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, THE WASHINGTON TIMES,1 SATURDAY,, JANUARY 18, 1913. ''"
, h 1 f M. V t' 7 V-SO V " s
MD 610 BALL HY '
President Wilson May Hold
Lever at the White House
(Continued from First Page.)
plans will be such as to make the com
ing; Inauguration fully as attractive and
splendid as previous ceremonies.
No curtailment or the parade will be
permitted. On the other hand, it will be
bigger and better than ever, and on
such a scale as to be a great drawing
card. Irrespective of other features.
Inaugural committe memoers today
expressed varying amounts of displeas
ure at the turn of affairs. While none
..would speak for publication, there was
a general agreement of feeling that
Governor Wilson should have an
nounced himself previously.
Breaking the precedent of many
years' standing, he has taken a step,
which Washlngtonlans frankly say is
not -pleasant. In fact, some say that
his radicalism is a mistake, even
, though on a social affair.
Chairman, of subcommittees, wltt
Chairman Eustls, are "up in the air
today, but they say that by Monday
morning a definite plan of procedure
will -be outlined. Just what their
views are today was shrouded In mora
or less mystery.
The central attitude, however. In-
, clinded toward elimination of both the
inaugural ball and the Capitol resep
tionv The committee will work on a plan
that' will make the Inauguration quite
as pleasant for the thousands of guests
, though the ball .were held. Governor
Wilson's views probably will enter in
to the plans, but as far as could be
learned this afternoon there was no at
tempt to present Washington's attitude
. en the ball to the President-elect. The
' spirit was to acquiesce completely, and
not attempt to alter the governor's
Chairman George E. Hamilton, of the
Legislative Committee, declined to voice
a .persona! opinion .on what the new
plans should be. but he will not at
tempt to force the ball plan.
Chairman Eustls declined to make
any statement of plans for the fu
ture, but indicated that there would
be no attempt to go counter to the
President-elect's wishes. He said
positively that the Inaugural parade
plans would not be curtailed, and
that there was no relation between
the income of an inaugural ball and
the expense of a parade.
Subscribers to -the guaranty fund
cannot lose more than one-fourth of
their subscriptions, it Is estimated
today. Plans will be made in such
form, thonjrh. that there will proba
bly be no Shortage. Visitors will not
have "to pay the freight," for present
Plans do not indicate any greater
costs than heretofore.
At Inaugural headauarters thla after
noon It was said there had been no
communication with Governor Wilson,
and that probablv none would be had
before the Monday morning meeting.
If anv Washlngtonlans see the "President-elect
In New York today It will
not be with the official sanction of the
.Jersey Colors To Rule.
Governor Wilson has declared In fa-
TOr of the New Jersey State colors
buff and gold for the Inaugural col
ore. These will undoubtedly figure
strongly in the decorations and illumi
nations now being arranged.
Col. George Armes. discussing the
Wilson letter today, said:
"1 think .Governor Wilson showed his
sense and good Judgment In his request
regarding the inaugural ball. It would
be a great expense to the Government
to lend the ePnsIon Office for such an
occasion and In addition thousands of
pensioners who depend on checks to pay
their bills, to a certain extent, would be
deprived and put to great Inconvenience
by the detav caused In sending them
their pensions Under the circumstan
ces, if It could be arranged. It would be
more satisfactory If the committee
could make arrangements for the use
of the Union Depot, should the ball be
held. It would be less expensive and
MaJ.-Gen Leonard Wood, chief mar
shal of the parade, announced this aft
ernoon that between 3.000 and 4,000 army
men wll ltake part In the parade, as
follows: Infantry Seenteenth Regi
ment from Fort McPherson. Georgia.
Artillery Regiments from Fort Myer
and Fort Monroe. Cavalry Fifteenth
Regiment from Fort Myer. Engineers
Corps from Washlntgon Barracks.
Press Committee Named.
Earl Godwin, chairman of the press
committee, today announced the fol
lowing list of members of his board:
Earl Godwin, chairman; Maurice
Splaln, first vice chairman. Theodore
H. Tiller, second vice chairman: Fred
A. Emery, secretary. John L.. Martin,
press agent; F. A. Walker, J. Hoopor
Caffee. Graham B. Nlchol, Frank T.
Coddrington. Stephen Partridge. Ira
E. Bennett. Brice Cleggett, E. S.
Rochester, Rudolph Kauffmann, E. F.
Ackerman. Howard L. Acton, Charles
S. Albert, Benjamin F. Allen, Henry J
Allen. Arthur R. Anderson, J. P. An
nln. Perry Arnold, Robert S. Barrett,
George Bartheltne. Henry B. Bolton,
Ira M. Bond. John Boyle. C. C. Braln
erd, William E. Brigham, George R.
Brown, Harry J. Brown, I Ames
Brown. H. 15. C. Bryant, Edward H.
Causey. Lnox C Chew. Edward B.
Clark. William B. Clark. John P. Coak
ley. Frank W. Connor. C. Fred Cook.
George M. Cook. John Corrlgan Donald
A. Craig. W. A. Crawford. John H.
Crown, Aubttn Cunningham, Sumner
M. Curtis, John M. Deponai. David
llavles. Thomas F. Dawson, Edward A.
Dickson. Arthur J. Dodge, Homer J.
Dodge. Carl Downing. Harry L. Dunlap,
Arthur W. Dunn. Francis John Dyer,
B. T. Early. Henry Eland. Horace
Epes. J. Fred Essary, F I. Fealy. Fer
gus P. Ferris, John W. Flenner. W
H. Furrest. Elting A. Fowler. Albert
W. Fox. Walter S. Gard. Gltson Gai fi
ner. Louis Garthc, Robert M. Gates,
John P. Gavlt, Bond P. Geddis,
Alfred L. Gelger. Francis B Goes
ner. Robert Jl. Ginter. Louis S.
Gottlieb. Isaac Gregg, Henry Hall,
H. C. Hallam, Edwin A- Haleey,
Charles Hamilton, Worth C Harder.
Dudley Harmon, Walter Harper. WcUb
F. Harvey, A. O. Hay ward, A. E. Heine,
Arthur S. Hennlng, George C. Hill.
Frank 8. Hlnrlchs. Edwin M. Hood,
James P. Hornaday, Charles P. Hunt.
V. Gllmore Iden. A. D. Jarobson. W.
W. Jermane. E. B. Johns. Gus J. Kar
ger. Gus D. Keller, Frank R. Kent.
Charles P. Keyser, Fred M. Kerby,
John Klrby, Fred C. Kelly, Ernest
Knorr. Louie Kopelln, Arthur B.
Krock. O. Owen Kuhn. Frank R.
Lamb, George B. Laughlln, George
8. Leonard. William A. Lockycr.
Thomas F. Logan. John Lorance. Frank
B. Lord, A. Maurice Low, Lewis Lud
low. D. Hastings MacAdam, Russell M.
MarLennan. C K. Clatchy, Jr., P. 1J.
McGowan, Hugh Mclsaac, Angus Mc
Sween, Robert N. McWade. Charles H.
Mann, W. Slnkler Manning, Guy Mason,
Jerry a. Mathews, N. O. Messenger,
Charles W. Metzger, Morton M. Milford.
George E. Miller, John H. Miller.
Hugh S. Miller. John E. Monk. Thomai
O. Monk, James Montague. Ray
mond, B. Morgan, G. A. Mossoart,
fr- j . t. 7. '
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
A DAUGHTER 2Um ARMADA
By Stephen Chalmers
"Copyright. 1S12. Frank A. Muniy Company.
Chapter X, (Continued.)
UT neither he nor I struck a
blow. The square form of the
chieftain of the Kyles appeared
In the doorway.
Black Archibald must have seen the
reflection of danger In my eyes, for he
w-heeled around even before he could
have heard my "Look out!" In sooth.
I doubt If he ever heard It, for Ronald
Macdonald made a spring and a sklent
with his claymore.
"Hey. Black. Is It yourself!" he roar
ed. With the words something "neavy
and round spun across the room, struck
the wall, and, leaving a great stain,
fell with a thump to the floor. Black
Archibald, if that can be named which
is a headless body, swayed on his heels,
then gently collapsed In a neap.
The Macdonald looked down on his
horrible work with a triumphant sneer.
"Hey. Archibald." said he. "It was
the grand dinner!"
Presently he looked at me, recogniz
ing me to my shame instantly. But
his eyes lingered only a second, then
traveled tn the door in the wall.
"What's yon?" he cried, above tho
din from below. "Hey! A passage?"
His eyes actualy twinkled is he
looked at the opening, and at the other
doors of the room. Besides the one by
which we had both entered, there was
another to the left. He opened It, and
Immediately from the gloom beyond
came the pandemonium of the fight in
sudden volume. The candle-light re
vealed a balcony, which I knew over
looked the great dining hall.
The Macdonald chuckled to himself,
and, making a dive for the head of
Black Archibald, with the other, hand
he seized the candle.
A horrified witness, I stood there
where the laird had cornered me. as the
chieftain of the Kyles stepped out on
the balcony. Looking down into that
pit of hell, he lifted the dripping head
by the hair, and putting the candle be
tween it and nis own iace, snouieu;
"Macdonalds! A head for the head of
mv father!" , ......
There was a sudden terrible hush then
a roar of mingled triumph and rage
shook the castle from tower to dungeon.
A pistol shot sounded and the candle
was snuffed out. The Macdonald sprang
Kafir tntrt thA room.
"Quick!" he whispered. He scrambled
across the bed on his elbows for he
carried the candle- and the head with
him and disappeared into the hole In
Knnwins how much more Impossible
my situation would be If I were found
there after that awful sight. I slipped
through the secret door and drew It
close behind roe. it snut witn a snap,
lust as there came the thunder of scores
of feet on the stircase and the upper
"Which way?" whispered the Mac
donald, In a pitchy blackness.
"I am as much in the dark as your
self." I said.
"Then." chuckled the Macdonald,
"we'll light the dip again."
By the dim candle-light a flight of
narrow stairs descended. I know now
that we were between a false and an
outer wall of the castle, in an escape
which descended to the foundation.
When we reached 'the bottom, a level
tunnel, partly of natural rock, ran out
ward for a considerable distance. It
ended abruptly In a pool of water which
I recognized presently as a natural
cavern called the Devil's Kitchen. It
was a place where. In summer, the lads
and lassies came to wish, for there was
a superstition about the pool. A flight
of rudely cut steps led up to the open
air. to a kind of bower in the castle
Here" we had time to draw breath
and consider our situation. The
sounds of strife within the castle
came to my ears as a dull rumble, for
the clearer conflict was -without the
castle, and it seemed fiercest on the
beach bs' the boats.
The Macdonald observing this. I
suppose, stayed not a moment. Throw
ing away the candle, he changed the
head -to his left hand. and. drawing
his red clavmore. dashed to the beach.
Presently I heard his voice above the
tumult, and I could picture Mm
ForeRdlnp dismay and triumph w'th
the head and his broadsword.
By and by a host or Campbells. lea
by "a man named Dirk Gower. rushed
throutrh the woods as If to fall hfick
on their comrades bv the castle door.
Close behind them came the Macdon
ald and his men.
As the cheftain passed my hiding
plree. he yelled to me:
'Come on. Campbell! Follow your
I turned awiiv. overcome with shame
and fatigue. The unroar of the) battle
boomed and crashed In mv brain. The
trees begaln to twist and interlace as
If to Imprison me. I staggered for
ward. Instinctively making 'or home.
When I arrived there, the ame
strarce trance found me laucrhlntr at
the flame which enveloped the farm
house from byre to attic. T remem
ber beln nleied to think that those
who had fired mv father's house had
turned out the horses and rows, for
thev were Minding- stunldlv about
the field a' T reeled across the long
pasture to Ihe burn mouth.
It was not until T came t the boat
lhat T fully realized what T wis about.
The bot wps emotv Mariposa wnS
cone' For that matter, so ra the
man railed Rob Even'thlnz wan
gone horn honor, ami Mariposa' T
hrd ever lost the Ixirro"!! ira-r.rd
I sat down on the cold stones and
Elmer Murphy. John E Murnhy.
K. Foster Murra. H. B. Nesbltt, George
T. Odell. T Stewart Price, J. C.
O'Laughlln. Ilarrv N. Price. R. V.
Oulahan. Robert 11. patchln. T. J.
Pence. Otto Praeger. James D. Pres
ton. W. W. Price. Ernest H. Pullman.
Raleigh Raines. Than V. Ranck. Perry
R. Rich. Mrs. George F. Richards. Lee
Lamar Robinson. Norborne Robinson,
Daniel Russell. John T Ryan. E. R.
Sartwell, Reginald Schroeder, Oswald F.
Schuette. Foster C. Scott, carl t). Shep
pard, John S. Shrlter. Arthur J. Sln
nott. John B. Smallwood, Earl H. Smith,
Hal H. Smith. Ralph Smith. Wm. W
Smith. John Snure, Edgar C Snvrter.
T. E. Spencer, Corrv M. Stadden. Fred
Starek, John K. Stauffer. Watterson
Stealey. Frederick W. Steckman, II .".
Steckman, II. C. Stevens. C. E. Stew
art. Wm. L. Stoddard, Alfred J. Stofer,
George W. Summers, John T. Suter, L.
Wm. Thavls, Percy Thomas. Charles
T. Thompson, M". F. Tlghe. Lawrence
Todd. H. O Towles, J. A. Truesdell,
Wm A. Van Benschoten, LoRoy T.
Vernon, Mercer Vernon, Ernest G.
Walker, Harry W. Walker. Robert H.
YTa1.1.. C a ItroHa Pnnl TVlf T C
WellUeri Frank I. Whitehead. Arthur'
WHIert. H. Parker Willis. J L. Wright. J
and Robert A. Zachary
Non Resident Members.
The non-resident members are
F I Thompson. J. X. Helskell, J. II.
San ford. T. M. Patterson. Alex. Troup,
James I.. McGovern Samuel Bancroft,
Jr., Frank I Mayes, W. R. Carter,
Clark Howell, J. R. Gra. H N. Pin
dell. John B. atoll. Royal Percell.
Ralph W. Cram, Louis Mutpliy. Har
rison Parkman, Bruce Halderman.
Grey Woodson, S. W. Hagcr, Leonard
Nicholson, Daniel D. Moore, J. B. Cou
ture, F. W. Plalstcd, Charles H Grasty.
John W. Avlrett, Grenvllle. S. Mac
Farland. James S. Drlscoll. F. F. Rowe,
A. C. Weiss, C. V. Salshbaugh, R H
Henry, H. 8. Jewell. R. R. Kllroy.
G. H. Hitchcock. R. U Mctcalf.
L. B. Tobln, Geotge D. ICIIburn,
Edward H. Gallagher, James I
Logan. Matt Ely. Robert Bremmer.
James Kerney. Felix Martinez. John
C. Tipton. Norman E. Mack. Martin G.
Oljnn, W. a Dowd, R. E. Beasley,
James H. Calne, E. J, Hale, J. E.
Thompson, F. A. Wllleon, E. S. Cam
eron, James . Cox, Roy Stafford, Wil
: . . e.-r-Af igfe.
curiously watched the ley waters con
gealing on the burn's edge. I have no
doubt the battle was still raging, but I
heard nothing and saw nothing, not
even the flames that burned my own
home, r was glad, though, that the
cows vere not suffering.
Presently I saw- Mariposa by the boat.
She was throwing things into It, and
seemed to be In a great hurry. I dimly
wondered at all this, until I remembered
that we had no home and that Cowal
was no place for either of us after that
night's work. By and by she roused me
and told me to get Into the boat. I
cbeved. She pushed off and rowed
stendllv and quietly until there seemed
to be nothing In the world but a calm,
-cold sea and the stars and us.
Mariposa drew in her oars and crept
to my side. I lay In the bottom of the
boat, too tired to think or care any
"Rorle. we did wrong." she whispered.
"No!" she cried vehemently. "We
did right. We did right!"
"Maybe." was all I could say.
She brought a heavy plaid, and, lay
ing herself beside me. drew It over us
"Where can we go?" she whispered.
I tried to think, but I had no answer
to give. So the boat drifted into the
loch and the night.
The Man on The Island.
WAS awakened by a cry of delight
from Mariposa. I sat up in the
boat and looked stupidly around
me. for after the mingled dreams
and realities of, the night, this awaken
ing confused my senses for a while.
The boat was drifting in a thin, calm
loch, between ranges of mountains that
rose almost straight from the water's
edge to the clear, cold sky of dawn.
Ahead of us were several rocky Islets,
beyond which the loch widened consid
erably. Mariposa stood' In the bow with
her hands clasped, and her eyes shining
"Rorle!" she cried, Is it not bonny?"
To me It was a ghostly country, per
haps because it was new to my eyes
and unexpected to my mind. The Islets
seemed falryllke and hung In the air:
the water around us was smooth and
black: and all -was so still that I could
hear Mariposa's breathing as the frosty
mist broke from her lips. There was no
sunlight when we were, the mountains
to the right hiding It from all'but the
tins of the hills. Awav over our heads
a shaft of rosy flame played on the
peaKs and maae tnem glow iwe ei
colors. Patches of snow and icicles
gleamed on bald crags, and -the warm
light crept downward -like a slow blush.
The air was keen; but as there was
no wind stirring, or even a ruffle on the
loch, the cold hurt us little. I was stiff
when I stood up, but mat soon passed,
and presently I had a longing to reach
land and run a league or two. All my
pains, all my sorrow, were gone in a
moment, as a "bad dream might disap
pear in sunshine. Here was peace and
a country that ,was as new to me as if
it had been America; the air touched
my veins like wine, yet cleared my
brain; the sky was cloudless and of a
pale opal which richly set off the crim
soning world; besides me was Mari
nnsn nnri T was na hunsrv as a wolf.
In that moment I wondered why I
should enjoy living so much, and why
the weary terrors of yesternight should
now appear so small. But there was
Mariposa, and there was the clear dawn,
and hunger's necessity awoke every
fiber to life.
"Mariposa," I said, "it Is splendid."
She said nothing, but her face flushed
with pleasure and she drew a deep
breath. Then. she dropped on her knees,
and, putting her chin on the edge of the
boat, stared into tne Diacx waier.
"Oh. Rorle!" she cried. "I can sea my
self as If It was you."
"I'm no so bonny," I asserted.
She turned ber head and eyeu me.
"But ye will improve, Rorle!" she said
I took one of the oars and began cant
ing the boat toward one of the Islets.
Mariposa cried "Stop!"
When I asked her what might be the
matter, she cried:
"Ye will have broken my looking
glass but I liked myself fine," she add
The boat wabbled nearer and nearer
to the islet. The waters became green,
and we could hear the soft, slow ripple
on the gravelly shore. Mariposa sat
looking at the now broken water with
thoughtful eyes. Presently she said:
"Rorle, 1 am not like other women."
At this unexpected remark, I stopped
canting. I assured her that she was like
no other woman on earth.
"But why are not all women alike?"
"I will no ken myself." I said, a bit
staggered. "Some, ye see, have straight
noses and rome has noses that turn
up. Many hae poor teeth If they have
good noses. Some, again, have red hair,
and, maybe, will be altogether hand
Fome, ye: not bonny."
"Is my nose turn-up. Rorle?"
"No. lass. It will be straight."
"My hair Is black Is It no?"
"Black as like yon deep water
"That's a bonny black," she Paid, re-
neciiveiy. "Are my eyes the same?"
"Aye no. Like the shallow water
Continuation of Thla Slor Will
Be Found In Tomorrow's
Inane of The Ttmea.
liam Stoker, C S Jackson, n F. Ir
vine, John P. Dwyer Joseph S. .Myers
George W Greene, W. E Gonzales. Rob
ert Latham, Tom Taubmnn, tjips g
'.ank6!r ('P ,J Moo"e. E B. Stahl
man, 1 H Loomy, C. P. Gelllsnle
a.7Pr nn- A R. McboIuYnw:
Masters, John Stewart Bryan. William
L. Cameron. Carter Glass. Albert Sid
ney Johnson. Fred Felcel. Henrv v
Hrflkfo Hy-H B' K"P?" AuSSndw
Hastle, Robert E. Ewlng. Frank I
Glas!- J M Qujnn. and W G. Brogan!
Too Many Saloons
Here, She Asserts
A conference of the District W. c.
T. V. was adjourned yesterrinv nft-
an all-day session In Eastern Presby-
.w. vHurt-.,. r Mary Holmes de
clared that the drink habit was the
cause of much degeneracy In the United
""". u"u was on the increase
Mrs Margaret Dye Ellis declared
there- are too man) saloons In Wash
ington for the number of inhabitants
High School Cadets
Will WsjtFort Myer
At the invitation of Col. Garrard the
high school regiment will attend the
special drill at Fort Myer the afternoon
of January 24. The cadets will not
march to the fort nor go In regimental
formation, owing to the hour at which
the drill Is held, and at which schools
dismiss. But they will be drawn up in
line when they reach the parade ground
of the post.
Two to Try Cure.
BERLIN. Jan. IS. J pre"cott Simp,
son, of riev eland, Ohio, nnd Dr. Ottu
Carl Stutz, of Opper Sandusky. Ohio,
arrived In Berlin today to ttnderso Dr.
Fredcrlch Friedman's purported cur
Mt?s t tiv. unvn.jtiSi'n,iiSSx J&-
Equity Court, No. x.
Mr. Justice Barnard.
Harris vs. Carter. Pro confesso made
absolute, and quieting title. Plaintiff's
attorneys, Carlisle, Luckett, & Howe.
Strider vs. Forrest. Order appointing J.
C. Mac Sherry and W. G. Gardiner,
trustees: bond. J25.O0O. Plaintiffs at
torney, E. B. Slater; defendant's at
torneys. -W. G. Gardiner & Edward
Selby vs. Swann. Order appointing M.
J. Rosenberg and F. P. Sheeny,- re
ceivers; bond, 2500. Plaintiff's attor
ney, M. D. Rosenberg; defendant's at
torneys, Sheehy & Sheehy. '
Oriental Esoteric Center Company vs.
Stokes. Order discharging rule.
Plaintiff's attorney's E. C. Brokmeyer
and L. J . Mather; defendant's attor
neys, Leckle, Cox, & Kratx.
Equity Court, No. a.
Mr. Justice Anderson.
Plerson vs. Conn. Receher authorized
to borrow money and employ counsel.
Plaintiffs, J. U. Gardiner: defendan't
attorneys. Baker ft Hogan.
In re lunacv of John McCorlsken. Au
ditor's report approved and committee
discharged. Attorney, F. A. Fennlng.
In re lunacy of William J. McNeil. Ac
count of committee referred to audi
tor. Attorney. F. A. Fennlng.
In re lunacy of Lawrence Banker. Ac
count of committee referred to audi
tor. Attorney, F. A. Fennlng.
Robertson vs. Robertson. Rule as to
maintenance returnable January 24.
Plaintiff's attorney. W. A. Coombe.
Circuit Court, No. x.
Chle'f Justice Clabaugh.
Williams 'vs. Murphy. Motion to quash
attachment overruled; exception noted
by defendant. Plaintlff'a attorney, E.
H. Jackson; defendant's attorney.
Ballard vs. John Hancock Mutual Life
Insurance Company. Order directing
deposit, oi runa in vvasningion Loan
and Trust Company. Plaintiff's attor
neys, H. B. Moulton and John' .Rldout:
defendant's attorneys. Archer ft
Oawell vs. Potomac Electric Power
Company, and Richardson vs. same.
Motion for new trial filed. Plaintiff's
attorneys, Kappler & Merlllat, M. N.
Circuit Court, No. a.
Mr. Justice Wright.
Simpson vs. Southern Railway Com
pany. Commission ordered to Issue.
Plaintiff's attorneys. C. L. Kelgwln.
T. L. Jeffords; defendant's attorneys.
Maddox & Gatley and Hamilton,
Yerkes & Hamilton.
Rucker vs. Lockwood. Motion for new
trial overruled and Judgment on ver
dict for plaintiff for $3,0453; appeal
noted; supersedeas bond, $12,000. plain
tlfTa attorneys, Poe. Putnam & Max
well; defendant's attorneys, C. A.
Kelgwln and W. H. Robeson.
Hlmebrlght vs. Washington and Vir
ginia Railway Company. Motion for
bill of particulars overruled. Plain
tiff's attorneys, L. J. Mather and J.
D. Carmody: defendant's attorneys,
Mackall & Boteler.
Criminal Court. No. t.
Mr. Justice Stafford.
United States vs. Joseph Van Jenney.
Mandate from CoUrt of Appeals filed.
United States vs. Alice Allen alias-Alice
Reed. Mandate from Court of Ap
Criminal Court, No. a.
Mr. Juselce Gould.
King vs. Delehunty. Reference to au
ditor. Plaintiff's attorney. E. A.
Jones; defendant's attorney. I. J. Cos
tigan. United States vs. Walter Singer. Grand
larceny; defendant and surety called:
recognizance, $300, forfeited against
defendant -and -surety, -n m ?
United States vs. Ottaway'Htll. 'Seduc
tion: nolle pros. Attorney, P. "W.
United States vs. Frank Green. House
breaking and larceny; plea, not guilty.
Attorney, J. A. O'Shea.
United States vs. Walter Hall and
George Heed. Housebreaking; sen
tenced to penitentiary for eighteen
months each; sentence suspended; re
turned to National Training School
for Boys. Attorney. W. E. Ambrose.
United States vs. George Merryman.
Forgery; plea, guilty; placed on pro
bation. Attorney, R. R. McMahon.
Cornell Wall Paper Company vs. Jones.
Judgment for plaintiff for $115. Plain
tiff's attorneys, Hallam & Hallam;
defendant's attorney. Charles Llnklns.
Mr Justice Anderson.
In re Charles Minor. Order appointing
Elizabeth Minor, guardian. Attorney,
P. W, FrMby.
Estate of Hannah Rea. Sale of real
estate ratified. Attorneys, E. F. Col-
loday and G. L. Tait.
Estate of Mary J. Wayne. Order dis
pensing with inventory ana appraise
ment. Attorney. John Rldout.
Estate of Margaret Cahlll. Petition for
probate of will filed. Attorney, L. C.
Will of Hugh Lyon. Will dated May 7.
1SS4. naming Karah iouise uyon as
In re Adelaide E. Cook. Petition ai to
aceptlnc offer of rent, and to pay coal
bills. Attorneys. Carlisle. Luckett &
Estate of William Mays. Petition for
probate of will and record of letters.
'Attorney. Ellen 8. Mussey.
Army and Navy
Major WILLIAM C. DAVIS, Coast Ar
tillery Corps, from Fort Wlnfleld
Scott. Cal., to Fort Rosecrans. Citl.,
nnd assume command of that post
and of thn artillery dltrict of Ban
Major JOHN W. JOYE8, Ordnance De
partment, from Philippine Islands, to
tho United States.
Captain WILLIAM T. PATTEN. Infan-
trv, will report to an array rrunng
board at San Francisco, Cal., for
Each of the following officers will re
nort to an armv retlrinsr board at
Washington. D. C. for examination:
Captain MORRELL M. MILLS.
Coast Artillery Corps; First Lieu
tenant FELIX W. MOTLOW. Coast
Captain ROBERT FIELD. Fifth Infan
try, to the Walter Jleed General
Hospital. District of Columbia, for
Ensign F. E. JOHNSON, detached, Den
ver; to Iris.
Ensign L. R FORD, detached Iris; to
Passed Assistant Surgeon T. G. FOS
TER, to Naval Hospital. Naval Dis
ciplinary Barracks. Port Royal, 8. C.
Passed Assistant Surgeon A. L. CLIF
TON, detached receiving ship at Bos
ton. Mass.: to Naval Hospital, New
York, N. Y.
Passed Assistant Surgeon F. E. SEL
LERS, to navy yard, Charleston,
Passed Assistant Surgeon J. M. M IN
TER, to receiving Bhlp at Boston.
Actin'fi- Assistant Dental Surgeon J. A
MAHONEY. to Naval Medical School,
Washington, D. C, under Instruction.
Acting Assistant Dental Surgeon J. M.
BROWN, to Naval Medical School.
Washington, D. C. under Instruction.
Gunner ARTHUR BOQUETT, to naval
station, Olongapo. Philippine Islands.
Gunner S. A. FARRELL. to receiving
ship at New York. N. T.
MARINE CORPS ORDERS.
Second Lieutenant W. C. MacCRONE.
detached headquarters to Marine Of.
fleers' School, Norfolk.
THOMAS DOWUNQ i'fco.. Auctioneers.
On Tuesday. January a. 112. at 10 o'clock
. m.. I will stil at public auction at tha
Wnolesala Producers' Market. 11th and B
atreets N. W, condemned Dlatrict 'horae No.
Ml. Hv order CotnmlMlonars, D. C. M. C
HAROROVE. Purchasing Officer. D. C.
:c. G. SLOA.V CO.. INC.. Aucta..Ji7 O St.
Catalogue Sale of Articles
Accumulated in the
Division of Dead Letters
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION WITHIN OUR
, ROOMS. 1W7 G ST. N. W.,
BY ORDER OJT THE POSTMASTER GEN
ERAL thta sale will begin -en MOS'DAT.
JANUARY TWENTIETH. 111. AND WILL
BE CONTINUED DAILY AT TBN A. M.
AND 7 P. M. until the whole U disposed of.
Terma: Caah on dellvary. --
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the capital itoelt
of Foltx Fuller, Inc. la 11,600, of which
tl.foO haa been paid In. There are no debts
other than running expanaca. E. K. FOLTZ.
EMMA a FOLTZ. TIERRE M. FOLTZ. ma
jority of Trustees. I do aolemnly swear that
the foregoing la true to the. beat of my knowl
edge and better. ntaiHu ai. fxiL.TZ, vice
President. Sworn to and aubacrlbed before
me thla ISth day of January. 1111. (Seal.)
BAM'L M. MARKS. Notary Public.
Phone Main 5260
Total aroaa. See., ltu. .tl,M
fwntn crass, uee., lau...
Total ntt, De., nu
Averax sat. Dec.. IBI...
Total cress. Uac. Uit aif
Avarate cross. IMe. 111. U,m
Total ntt. Dae.. MU Ua.NI
Averse oat. Dec., lflz. I7.1M
I aolemnly swear that the aocompaaylac
tutanaat repreoMts the ctrenlatlasi of Taa
Washington Times as detailed, and ttat taa
Bt nsuraa represent, mil. returns UcBlaatad,
the. number of copies at Taa Times which are
sola, delivered, runushad. or mailed w boa
ttd purchaser or aubfcribtrs.
FRED A. WA&KER. Qcnarsl lUniftr.
Dlatrict Columbia, as:
BubecrlBM sad sworn to before ma this
Cist day of Dacambtr. A. V. IfU.
THOafAS C WILLM. Ketarr PobUa.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST iMdr'M sold watch. Din attached.
marked C. E. Y.. Friday evenlnr. January
ii. in moinm irora it in ana .unoae liiandave.
through to Conn. ave. then to 20th and M ata.
and return by same route from theatre on
M St. Reward for return of watch or In
formation leading to recovery. 14S1 Q N. W.
LOST Going from 11th and F to 11th and
O at.. Friday-evening. 17. Will finder re
turn to sCi'Qulncy place ne..
LOST Lady'a gold open face watch and pin.
monoaram C. L. A,, on G at., between Jrd
and Penalon Office. Reward If returned to
W th . X. E.
LC3T Mink acarf. Liberal reward If re
turned to GARDEN THEATER. 43 2th St.
LOST Brown envelope. Jan.
valuable papers. Reward If returned to 1CJ
X. W. !
LOST 4th January,' code "book, between
Washington and Alexandria. Reward.. IN
Cheapslde. Baltimore. ICd. 1
L06T Eyeclaases with cold chain attached,
between' lunch room, near ftb and F sta.
and Lansburxh'a. Reward for return to (00
Maryland ave. B. W. !
LOST Tan oollle dor. male. Reward. Re
turn to 111J Randolph at.. Brookland.
FOUND Three packasjaa, 2 pair rubbers. 2
pair alaasea. n umbrellas. B eoata. 2 hum. l
air cuff buftons. 2 pocketbooka. 1 bar.
pair cloves. 1 vanity box. 1 box. 2 books,
1 rlnr. 1 bracelet. & ault casta. 1 watch.
1 shoe form, 1 odd rubber. 1 rauff. TVA8H
1NOTON TERMINAL. UNION STATION.
MISS WETjTjS AND ASSISTANT.
lUlOO UliUKO Manlcurlne and Scafn
Treatment. 30 N. T. ave., 2d floor. Hrs. I to i
HJK EXCHANGE To departmenU, Waab
Inrton. Not under 21.200. L. A. BACON.
General Delivery. El faao. Texas. !
101 12th at. X. W.
OADMAN Hair Specialties.
atanlcurlnjr. Masaace. 7:8 11th at. nw. If. m.
Buena Tonic Special Me.
MTSS fiATM MANICURING AND
1UJ.OO J2XJJM SCALP TREATMENT.
71S 7th at. N. W.. Apt. 1. Ph. Main 743.
MISS JAMRRON. Manicure, face meaaag.
and scalp treatment. 1204 G at. N.W.. aid
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to I p. m.
ORA FIELD Mcnetlc Manage. ITace
Uivil x JJJ1JL' and Scalp Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT 701 H at nw . M floor.
BT FIHST-CLASS carpenter. Job work and
all klnda of carpenter work. Addreas CAR
PENTER. S5 ICth at. N. E.
HOUSEMAN-Colored. with reference.
22r.d at. N. W.
IN THE LACE DEPART
MENT. APPLY TO THE
G and 11th N. W.
KPritENTICES to learn French dresseut
tlng, dressmaking, designing, and milli
ner'. Rood positions furnished after learn
ing New Vork Milliner)' Academy. 1116 Oat.
CHAMBERMAID White, at once. Apply at
CAIRO, Q. st.. bet. ISth and 17th. N. W.
CHAMBERMAIDS White. Apply
Hotel. HOl'8EKEEPER. at once.
GIRL Capable of filling In names on type
writer, addressing cneIopea. etc., salary $3
per week to start. nOX 19, Times office.
GIRL to assist In housework. Apply lis 2nd
st S. E. ..
GIRL For genoral housework; one to stay
at night preferred. Apply at once SOS
K st. N W
UIRI White, aa waitress, n't under 14 sears;
musi pa neat Apply in c si r. r. l-
NUR4F, t anted; alro girl to cook, waah
and Iron: bring references 1771 Lamont.
NURSE who can speik good German tn rare
for children: reference required. Call 2242
Mt. Pleasant st. N. W.
WAITRESSES Two white, experienced.
week. Apply 1H Hlh st. N. W.
WAITRESSES Three white, experienced.
Apply head waitress. Cairo Cafe. VI at. n
near lfth. '
WOMAN Settled, white, to dara.for Invalid
daring daytime and two nights a week;
references. Apply after 7 p. m. at 711 lh St.
WOMAN to do plain cooking; must be over
3t years of age.. honest and lndvatrlona:
food place for the rlht person. BILL'S
INN. Ill P'st. 8.W. !
WOMAN Battled, colored, to cook, wash, and
Iron; Immediately, W K it. .V. W.
WOMEN-10 colored, to baka cakes In wln-
&??, f,W9tk. MARTLAND QUICK
viin. nw ?m
t. N. W.
TO TAKE CHARGE OF
BOX 562, TIMES OFFICE.
i?I?0,Itlon: ' lnr W start, with
Increases baaed on actual -work produced:
experience not necessary, but appUceat must
be. asareaalTft and m. vrwwt iv A...!..
ST'im!" l and " " Hoom a wr i
A Big Proposition to
JJZX Et.1 ': ? fT do
Tju want to hare a paylnc buslaaaa
f your own after school hours T Da
you want to show rour father and
20ih-7bSLla(, sttxa you IS
made of T Than, start right now. .b
pttlng youraHf-a T!mesut Let's
talk It OTer at The Time after school
moat of oar greatest man started
Newspaper Business. "
' Btart today, saw t your arsataat
clranee. Call at tsa dmuaclMi De
partment of The Wasaautas Thnaa
today after scnoal.
The Vaahiacton Ttmea win flaaaos
you to stait. All the eaattal younead
U the wtuiafsaas to warfc -
BARBERS Twe, at anee; steady work: t
.K.'SI? aTiaraataed. TORNER'S. M B
at. N. W. " V
BOT to assist In housework. Apply m sod
St. S. E.
BOT-Oolored. to work around grocery store.
Apply at once. 727 Hat st. X. W.
BOYS AND PtUveriBff Metaagw
MEN EARN ter WetUm Ub-
tTa ttv W7- -?PV ??
Utk and 1-ata.N.W.
BOTS AND MEN. with wheels. 2LH day:
.jfT work- DIME MESSENGER SERV
ICB, TIT 12th at. N.. W.- 1
DELTVERTMEX Vive experienced city and
'suburban; mutt furnlah rood reference. Ap
ply In rearof 220 B at. V. W.
ERRAND BOT at once. Apply J. T. THOX
80X.42t Bth at. X. W.
GOVERNMENT r.UPTlVI?SWMt. rmr.
make money during; spare time worldng for
company aw years OKI. Apply VO. westory 110.
MAX Colored, handy with toohv muat be
strong and not afraid of hard work. Call
at store Ci r St. X. W. Brine references.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE
To learn a trade that win pay you 212 to 23
per week. We need 2 men at one.
NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
th and O 8ta. X. W.
. Open Until p. M.
Opportunity of Lifetime
We will teach you the automobile busi
ness, and eanploy you. wMIe. learning... Our
graduates secure positions at 2M to 22M a
month. Cal far particulars.
The AUTO EXOrXEERINO COLLEGE Of
120& 14TH ST. N. T.
Seven years In the training of WHITE
Rapid Transit Messenger Co., Inc.,
Desires the service of boys. IS year or
over, lth bicycles or motorcycles. THIS IS
AN OFFORTUNITT YOU HUSTLERS, and
the onea than can furnlah good reference to
PERMANENT POSITIONS AND
SCHOOL BOYS THAT
LIVE IN GEORGETOWN
Art you a success T Can you prove It
to your father and mother? Don't
grow up to manhood and say "I never
bad a thence."
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
Get Yourself A Times Route
Opportunity la knocking at jour door.
It only comes once In a lifetime. Call
today after school. Circulation Depart
ment. The Washington Times, and find
out bow to be a succeu.
Remember Edison got his greater
idea while be was a newsboy. Why
not be a second Edison and get great
Ideaa by aelUng THE WASHING
TON TIMES? Call today at Sub
station XXt M St. X. VT. and gtt an
Idea how eaay It Is to make from
SO centa to a dollar a day. Let's
talk It over today after school.
WHITE BOY about 17 for ahop work. HER
MAN BAUMGARTEN CO.. 411 10th N. W.
WHITE BOY Neat, for soda foontaln. An-
Rly at once, to Manager. GOLDEN BERG'S,
and K sts.
GOLDENBERG'S requires the services ot
a bright active young man In the white
goods department: unusual opportunity for
advancement and good salary to youth who
la willing and ambitious.
GOLDENBERG'S. 7th AND K.
WANTED Job and cylinder presafeeders.
JAS. X. BRADLEY. 210 N St. 8. W. ..
YOUNG MAN White, to make himself use
ful In wholesale house must know the city
(none others). ECHROT BROS.. Sll La. ae.
YOITNC ENGINEER for re-enforced con
crete dtalgnlng and detailing; state age.
experience, rducatlon, and salary expected.
BOX SB. Tlmee office. !
Male and Female.
WANTED Stenographers and bookkeepers
are In creat demand. The beat place to
"sFrayer'S business college,
TH AND P STS.
POSITIONS FOR GRADUATES.
Pbone, write, or call for catalogue.
SMALL WORK EXCLUSIVELY
ALBERT KAHLERT ft CO..
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning,
HI atanrUad ave. B. W. Pa. M. 204S.
t . s
FOR RENT ROOMS
THE WASHINGTON TIMES BOARD
ING AND ROOM DIRECTOBY
CLASSim&D ACCORDING TO THB
FOUR SECTIONS OF THE. CITY JA-
CILITATES EASY REFERENCE.
Jrd 8T. N. W.. H Nicely furnished front
reomt. ilm. ta.bG: rentlemetr or hoess-
lJTh ST: N. W.. 1100 Two nicely furnished
rooms, southern exposure: suitable for two
GRANT PU. N. Wi. -SmalI room, sta-
Honajy wsatuund ana ciosei; . omr
MASS. AVE., N. VT.. MU (Apt. )-Larr
sunny steam heated front room In prlrate
family; gentleman only, i 1
FAIRMONT ST.. ra-8msll housekecplas;
flat, 3 rooms and hall room, flO; first tlpor.
Jrd ST. N. W., 3 Rooms for housekeep
ing or sleeplnr. 1
Jrd BT, N. W US-Front rooms, aeparete
beds, if desired; centrally located. 1
Jtb ST. N. W.. Jn-Uedlum sized, nicely
furnished room: hot water heat: private
family; gentleman: IS month.
1 NEWTON ST. N. W.. 1M0-Lar dealrabla
rooms In well-appointed house.
FAIRMONT ST.- N. W.. 1234-Three large
rooms; phone same floor; suitable for
nurses or young men. Cot. tSSaX.
Q ST. N. W., 6-Front parlor; also flat
complete for L h. k.; reasonable.
2h ST. (Dupont Circle). H15-H square car
Ilna; larca room. 1st fl.; 2 win.; tu- and c
r. water; also small room: ex. board near.
ORAKT Fr.ACE if. W.. 20-In bus. center:
large and small roomer steam heat; ata.
waahstanda; 2 up trans, accommodated.
O ST. X. W.. 106 Nicely fur. rooms; well
heated: near G. P. O. and Pen. Office.
NORTH CAPITOL ST.. 800 Rooms In newly
papered and fua modern house r every con
venlence: gentlemen only: reasonable. 1
H ST. X. W (23 One nicely fur. front room;
light houeakeeplne;. 1
NEW JTORK AVE;. -Rooms for light
hoasakeaplas;: newly papered. 1
2and ST.. , HI Second floor jfroqt bedroom. 2
month; 29.U week; 72c day; toe new house.
ETE ST. JN. W.. St Nicely furnished larca
light warm room, aultabla for two. 28. 1
2nd ST. X. W.. m-Two-room Cats, front,
completely fumlahed for L h. k.; dlafaas,
linen, etc. water In flat, reasonable.
EUCLID ST. N. W., 12-Xica larca. brlabt
rooms: hot-water heat; near bath. Columbia
N. J. AVE. X. VT.. 502 Two front rooms. 2nd
floor, 1. b. k.: reasonable. ..
STH ST. X. W, 1248 Nicely furnished sec
ond floar near bath, well heated. 22. 1
trd ST, X. W.. HO-Averal large ntoaJr
fomlabed rooms, steam heat and bath; all
K N. W., 1224 Beautiful front room, small
comraraucatlpg room; steam beat: phone;
private family; gentleman. . L.
N. J. AVE. N. W.. 2W-Two large rooms.
2nd floor: gentlemen or L h. k. permitted:
well heated: reasonable. L.
N. J. AVE. N. W.. 7K Xlcely furnished
room: light and bath; wall heated; near all
car lines: reasonable. !
ETB N. W.. 1214 Larca southern room, next
to bath: nicely furalahed; well heated. IT
N, T. AVE. X. W- 242-2 rooms. 1. h. k.;
ball room.' welt heated and nicely furnished.
ONTARIO ROAD. 247 Large well furnished
room: New England'board. Phone CoUKC
G ST. Xi W.. 27-2 large. 2nd story front
rooms; well heated: all conveniences. 1
2rd 8T. X. W.. H2 Two Urge front rooms.
on, with private bath; well tested; reason-
MASS. AVE. X. WU tt7-BeautlfuI second
atory front: southern' expoanre: tor 2 gentle
men: alio other rooma: reasonable.
COLUMBIA ROAD, IMSLarge nicely fur
- lushed front room;. Jrd floor: private family:
STcam neat. r n..v-
th ST. X. W.. 1.773 Rooma, 27 al-S3aa.j
by week If desired; centlemenr transients. '
X. T. AVE. N. "W.. 1114 Verr tarn ..
deatr'e rooms; suitable for 2 or mors genu.
TLA. AVE.. S41-X!cely furaUhed front
rooms; private family. Phone North 7242.
1Mb ST. N. W.. 1402 Large fur. room; bath
on same floor: crlvata famliv: mmuM.
NEWTON ST. X. W.. lSn-Larae front
roam. 2 windows, southern exposure; hot
water heat. e
tth ST. N. W.. 712 Large second floor rooms,
southern, well hested; 22 month: gentlemen
Ilth ST. X. W.. M6-Two nicely furnished
rooma: fine location.
MASS AVE. X. E.. lJS-Comfortably fur
nished rooms, near Capitol. Library, and
122 EAST CAPITOU
Opposite Library, artistically furnished
roonia, en suite or single; ateam heat: private
family: gentlemen only. Pbone L. 1232
105.ST. X. E.. 704-Large nicely fur. front
room; board optional: well located; reason.
. .. u.. .n. H.. 212 Two or 2 large rooms;
heat, gas and bath.
H JT'-N- E- 4lTwo nicely furnished rooms:
2nd floor; a. m. I.: tl.io cer week. !
i ii o .' "arm fur. Toom; close to
uu.vu cuuvu, i ur i persons; reasonable.
7th ST. X. K. 13 Large nicely fur. front
bay-win. room; 2nd floor: L h. It. J12 mo.
2nd ST. N. E.. Mi-Front hall room:
game floor: 21.25 week;
N. Y. AVE. X. E.. SO-Famlly 2 adults havo
2 handsomely fur. rooms: gentlemen; rea
12th ST. X. E. Its-Overlooking Lincoln
Park: new house: hot-water heat: electrlo
lights; new furniture; only two tn family;
terme very reasonable.
Ird ST. 8. E., 207 Large front comfortably
fur. room, suitable for gentleman.
A ST. 8. E.. 314 Large well heated rocn.
2nB flcor, southern exposure: modern Im
provements, with board: 2 ladles preferred;
reference; private family. !
M ST. S. W.. 901 Large room, suitable for
two: single beds If desired: board optional.
11th ST. S. W-. 2092 nice furnished rooms,
single or en suite.
G ST. S. W., 415 Comfortable room, suitable
for two, near two car lints. i
U ST. 8. W.. $07 Large front room, southern
exposure: terms reasonable. !
Furnished or Unfurnished.
N N. W.. 2S0O-2 rooms and large hall. L h.
k. : ga range and water: splendid for two:
alto single rooms: very low rental. l
Sth 8T. N. W.. 725 Two suites rooma. com
plete for I. h. Ic: heat. gaa. also other
MD. AVE. N. E.. 502 Two large communi
cating moms, suitable for 1. h. Ic: gaa
range: bath. l..
WANTED By young lady, nicely furnished
room, on car line. Address BOX 412.
WANTED Nicely furnished room In quiet
northeast location, by elderly lad). Apply
nOX 4H. Times office
WANTED Nicely fur. room In aoutheast
s-ctlon by desirable tenant. Apply BOX
(12, Times office
I CAN RENT YOl'R ROOMS, with or with
out board, to congenial Southern people
during Inauguration week. Send full partic
ulars. Location, rates, and number you can
accommodate. S J. WAGGAMAX. Jr.. 10
South Uth st.. Richmond. Va. i
X ST. N. W., UP-NewIy papered, furalafcaA '
oaninunr lecataa: none coosJafr-treaalM il
aancaaua. . ie ,
Q ST. X. W.. 23-Two coHumarieattaa- rose? A ,
jur j. a. .; team-Beat; Mas; eaU.aft;' ;
H. J. AVE. N. W. m-t unfa. reoiBs:.
ETE ST. N. W.. Ms-jtbtm tare rooms.--!
WHIP1WMI 4W A U JC i JX SM BK
th.ST. N.W.. UK-tor- 3 .astfwBisaed
I. n. .; IBs-sacs eeat; ii
room, m: all oanvaaleacaa.
F ST. N,
W., 9-Tare tare roost) wttt
kitchenette, boataeas. club, or t ht. i7r ' ,
Is 2 rooms with kitchenette. U a. It. Ht V J
MASS. AVR X. E.. ira-UiifnnuBed,rooi3t i
second floor, closets, porch, bath, bet vatsr v-
neaz ana gas; reasonaDie. i
7th ST. N. E a Two large, brtatt .roema
for L h. k.; heat, a. bata;. ffliaranMiT
. : ' ' .1
Tt ST. V. FL 10ao1Tnti TfiAm arf hoA.-
furnished: S3, month: 3rd soar; .hniijji , -'J
good location. ' - v.S'i.l
Jrd ST. N. E., 01 Two larxe rooms; heat.
tas. and bath; all coavenleaces for 1. h. fci
J14 per month. ' i..
MD. AVE. ff. TV".. 472 Two" seosad Soar
rooms, nafuralabed; ilxht bousekeestae-f
gas. beat. l
ROOMS AND BOARD
mrnlabed Rcobis ,Wlth Tabl: BoaTi
Excellent furalahed' rooms with table sart
In prlrate family. Corner houae. hot water .
heat: atrictlr" flrat elaaa. 15tl Jtarvxnl or . ' i
PHONE NORTH 44S7-M-One or .two renUe-
men. to room ana board In private, family '
H ST. N. W.. aa-Newly furalahed rooms
with good board; reasonable.
H ST. X.W.. D7-Xicely far. -Oaa roeaw; -,
with or without board: reaswaaale. , V -'
L 8T. X. W lf Rooms wltar beard. Steam '
heat, bath la. each floor. ' -c j.i j,
CTH ST. N W.:a4-NKIy faraieMd, wa
heated rooma with beard; reasntiaM. I
K ST. X. -W. iru-Cantrally- located; ateelr
furnished, well heated room:, exceueat
board: tranalenta accomaiodatedt: !
fth ST. X. W,.. UKLarca nicely uratoeei
front room: free'ULaserrlcet haatetL. J..
14th ST. X. W.. 2nBantlfuI rooms, fleit.
claas board; b, w. Jieat; eleeslamtsL. Cat
1104 tTir ST. X. W. .
XEATLT FCRXISHED ROOMS.-'
EXCELLENT BOARD AND SERVICE
2th ST. X. W.;. SS4-Rooms and boardV
week: table-board. 23.M: 2 a'clock breekfaec
A ST. X. C SIT Pnml rOAirt lut Twttnt-iw
flnM ntrronnmiiBr nrivtt. fcme Mloku :
for gentleman. , , 2..
2th ST. X. E. at-Larca froat second Sear
room: heat and cxar 1l k. If dstmt or
board. - ..!
N. J.' AVE. S. E 212 Nicely fm.;Toasu.
wcii DMitQi. oea laoie Doara. u costsu
ences: reasonable. - . L.
X. J. AVE. . a -E.. fla-Foa&'comfortaMr
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37 X' X. W.-Excellent tabU board: Tie
home cooking: 24 week;. 215 mo. Ptt.' X. 3m.
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MDME. COULTER. (KVlt. X."W.-If yC
can wane i can teacar you towaaa Ltttm
any time, Sfc: classes' eery Tuesday era.
PROP-. WTNDHAM. US 12th St.
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HC for U.M- Prlv. any hour. Ph.- M-sRa,
DAVISON-Sv Prof.. Mrs. 21'ta.sUIC.W,
Latest dances taught- any. bour-jcUss- aa4
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dances Thars. at SaL eva., Nat. Rules Awa'y.
GLOVER'S. 412 3d St. N. W. PrL lessons.
60c: waltz & 2-step guar, tnr S lessens: elaaa
end dance Tue.. Thurso Sat. ave. tec;, ball
room for rent.- . Orchestnt Phone W. 112.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AXD ' COBBTa
DANCING SCHOOU 100 Eye st nw. Social
Dances Every Mon, at Arcade. Ph. M. 2442.
PRIVATE DAXCLVO SCHOOL.
Only On Taurbt at. a Tune.
Latest Dances. - Folk Dances.
Belasco Theater, top floor. Select. M. sss-T.
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