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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY V 1913.
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WILSON
URGES
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ATTEND SWOKER
Asks Members of Princeton 79
to Assemble Here on Night
Before Inauguration.
(Continued from First Pase.)
clnnati. 300: Woodrow Vil30n Club, of
Princeton, 100: Minute Men Associa
tion, of .Lexington, Mass., 100 ; Reading,
Pa., Club, 300 and band; Gottfried
Kreuger Association. Princeton, 22G;
Jefferson Club, of Philadelphia, 300;
Princeton Club, Princeton, 1,200: Wood
row Wilson Club, of Trenton, 300, and
band; Mose Green Club, of Louisville,
200 ; Tenth Ward Democratic Club. WU
mington, Dela 160 and band; United
Fox Hunt Clubs of America, Democratic
Club of Seat Pleasant. Md 250; Tounu
Men's Democratic Club, of Washington,
.260; District of Columbia civic organl
taUonB' Junior Order of United Ameri
can Mechanics, which has 63,000 mem
bers In New Jersey: Tammany, Tem
perance Corps of Bethlehem and other
H civic organizations.
- Seasons for Killing Ball.
.Definite statement of President-elect
Wilson's "Inside"' reasons forJiilllng the
eJnaugural ball came to light this after
noon from a man In close touch with
"affairs. He declares the inaugural com
mittee never took the trouble, until too
late, to let him know the nature of the
balL plans, and the fact that It was the
J only feasible social function and witbal
. the most democratic possible. After
'reading sensational reports In out-of
town papers, describing the ball cs a
"sort of bacchanalian orgy, with women
.,too scantily attired doing turkey trots
and the like. President-elect Wilson de
cided that these features ought not to
, .mark his Inauguration, especially- in
view of the report of Secretary Flshsr
-that it would cost the Government con
siderable money. This last considera
tion nailed his views.
The' Princeton students, who are com
bing as president-elect Wilson's personal
escort to Washington.- will be barred
from the Princeton smoker because of
their great' numbers and the fact that
the affair is a graduate event.
The Department of Agriculture has
psslsted In Inaugural plans. By scaring
lbj Virginia farmers with a bulletin
'tlAr?e:ar rust will kill their apple or
ciTt. the department has made all
the agriculturists more than willing
to give up their fine 100-year-old cedar
trees to adorn the court of honor at
Inauguration.
West Responds to P4ans.
The scct'on west of the Mississippi
river Is awaking to the fact that the
biggest Inauguration In history will be
"held here March 4. The first applica
tion for a place In the inaugural pa
rade, from a State organlzat'on west of
the river, came in today, when Gov.
John H. Morehead, of Nebraska, an-
"nounccd that he and his staff of twen-ty-flve
men would ride in the proces
sion. Another notice came from the
Minnesota First Infantry, of Minneap
olis, which will send 400 men and a
band.
Boarding house and hotel proprietors
arc Interested In today's announce
ment from Chairman A. M. Keppel. of
the 'railroad terminal facilities commit
tee, that no trains will be parked at
the Union Station. This means that
about 2,000 inaugural guests heretofore
accommodated in the sleeplnc cars at
the depot, will have to seek lodgings at
the hotels and boarding houses. Ample
accommodations arc assured, however,
through the efforts of Chairman M. I.
Wellcr and his public comfort commit
teemen. To Discuss Lighting Plans.
The Illuminations committee at 4
o'clock this afternoon will discuss plans
for lighting streets, the court .of honor,
stores, and houses, during inaugural
week. The contracts for the work may
be awarded at this meeting.
In order to boom the sale of seats for
the Inaugural reviewing stands, Will
iam S. Riley, the contractor, has ob
tained the services of A. Forrest De
vereux. a professional ticket seller,
from the Pacific coast. He has bad
long experience In disposing of seats
for large events, and It Is expected that
long before Inauguration day he will
have sold all the available seats. It
Is estimated that the profit to Mr. Riley
on his COM Inaugural stands' conces
Ion will be in the neighborhood of 125.
oro. with an additional amoun: for his
share In the pageant day receipts.
Handsome Mount for Sulrer.
Cotter T. Bride, with whom Governor
Sulrer of New York lived while 'n
Washington, has reserved the biggest
and handsomest sorrel horse In the city
for the governor s mount in the in
augural parade. Sixteen other fine
mounts have been obtained by Mr.
Bride for the governor's staff.
The 'Inaugural committee, at Its next
meeting, is likely to consider a propo
sition for setting aside a -special section
of seiits for members of the Senate and
House press gallery. It has leaked out
that the press representatives threaten
ed to tack a, rider onto the Sheppard
resolution unless they obtained the
special section. Local writers arc not
taken care of in the proposed special
section.
Army and Navy
ARMY.
The retirement of Colonel WILLIAM H.
MILLER, Quartermaster Corps,
from active service on January 31.
1S13. Is announced. Colonel MILLER
v. Ill proceed to his home
NAVY.
Rear Admiral A. M. KNIGHT, detached
commander-in-chief, special service
squadron; to commander-in-chief,
Atlantic reserve fleet.
"Lieutenant Commander f. D. KARNS.
detacher fleet engineer, special serv
ice squadron; to fleet engineer, At
lantic reserve fleet.
Ueutenant Commander C'HAUXCEY
SHACKFORD, detached aide en
staff, specie) service squadron; to
aide on staff. Atlantic reserve fleet.
Lleutonant W. L. PRYOR. detaeh-d
aide on htaff. commander-in-chief.
special service squadron; to aide on
I Staff. Atlantic reserve fleet.
LItutenant E. L. McSHEEHY. to Ta-
coma as navigator
Xnslgn L. E. LINDSAY, detached
Prairie: to Louisiana.
Ensign K. A. LaROCHE. detached
Louisiana: to Prairie,
Parsed Assistant Paymaster F. W.
HOLT, detached naval station. Key
Wct, Fla.; to navy yard, New York,
N. Y.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Nashville, at New Orleans; Cel
tic, at Guacanayabo bay, Vlcksbunr.
at Bremertonr Saratoga, at Manila.
, Sailed Des Moines, from Monte Chrtstl
for Santo Domingo City; Virginia.
Ovbrcla. and Nebraska, from Ctis-
' tobal for GuanUnamo: Paulding.
from Guacanayabo bay for Guanta-
. r namo; Abarenda, from Shanghai for
Nagasaki.
AalelgtiCTasaWJi
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IN VALUATION OF
Shippers Urge Congress to Pass
Measure Which May Check
Rate Increases.
Millions of dollars to the shippers of
the United States are Involuved In the
question of whether Congress at this
session or In the near future shall pass
the bill for the physical valuation of
railroads. The Senate interstate Com
merce Committee has determined to
make a favorable report on this bill. A
similar measure is pending In the
House, and railroad men and shippers
all over the United States are keenly
interested to know whether the bill will
be passed this session.
The special and extreme importance
from the matter at this particular time
arises from the constantly accumulating
evidence that the railroads have de
termined on general rate advances,
amounting to many millions of dollars.
What the magnitude of such advances
may be Judged In come measure by the
fact that it was estimated the last at
tempted general advance of rates by
the roads would have meant 0.000,000 a
year to the shippers.
Sate Increases Planned.
For many months, 'In fact ever since
they were defeated In the last effort
to make a general advance, the rail
roads have been planning to renew the
attempt. Information here is quite defi
nite that they are about ready to make
the increases. In fact, they are even
now making them. Stories are afloat
that the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has consented to them, but this
lacks confirmation, and Is unbelievable.
In fact, for the commission to give
consent to increases of a general na
ture until a showing had been made as
to their reasonableness would prove the
commission no longer a fit body to hold
public office. About all the commission
could properly do would be to say that,
if the roads showed Increases -were ins
tilled, they would be granted. This
would, of course, be strictly within the
law.
Now. with general rate increases at
hand, it wll be highly Important wheth
er the Government has a valuation of
the railroads of its own or not. If the
bill should be passed, the commission
would at cuce set out to value the
roads. Even if this enormous task had
rot been completed when it was need
ful tp pass on the advances lnrates.
there Is little question that data of
great value would he accumulated.
Railroads Prepare Figures.
The railroads themselves have been
making valuations In the last two or
three years. Neither the commission
nor the shippers of the country will
ever consent to accept these valua
tions blindly as a guide in adjusting
rates.
Billions of dollars one way or an-
other are involved in the question
wneincr one principle or anouier is fol
lowed in making valuations; Obvious
ly, much depends on whether the com
mission ,map8 out the principles to be
followed or whether the railroads do
it and resolve all disputed points In
tlietry favor.
It Is doubtful whether a physical val
uation bill can be passed at this session.
The reason. In Dart, Is that Democratic
leaders want to hold back all Impor
tant legislation as far as possible un
til the new Administration. They have
a curious theory they will get more
credit out of It. It Is doubtful, how
ever. If the shippers of the country.
tU:o are clamorous for a physical val
uation of the roads, will sec it in this
light.
Want Legislation Deferred.
The railroads, under the existing cir
cumstances, with plans made for large
rate Increases, will find It distinctly to
their advantage If the proposed legls-
latlcn is deferred and their influence
will be exerted In that direction. The
situation Is such that the holding baci:
of the bill Is likely to do the Democrats
far more harm than It will ao them
good to wait and pass it In their regime.
Railroad Commissioner Thorne. of
Iowa, who has been here for the last
few days, is hopeful the bill will pass
this session. Mr. Thorne Is convinced
the railroads, on the plea that they need
more revenue for wages, dividends, and
the like, are planning general rate In
creases. He says (Congress should not
delay the valuation bill under such cir
cumstances and that It is specially Im
portant to have It passed at once. The
same reeling is understood to do wiaeiy
entertained by shippers' organizations.
Monday's Entries
At Charleston Track
CHARLESTON. S. C. Feb. 1 En
tries for Monday February 3.
First race Purse, J300; Tvvo-year-clds.
on quarter of a mile. Smiling
Fuce. 112: Wooden Shoes. 112: a-Itcd
Rajah. 112; H-Ave. 112; Ildn C00K.
112. b-Calvadora. 115; li-rUlvatlon
Rev. 115; Please Welles. 112: c-Ruby
Hams. 112: t-Teddv KoernT. 112.
Dicks Pet, 112; Gordon, 113, Scardule,
115; Harwood, 115.
Second race-i Purse. $300: four-year-olds
and up: celling, five and a half
furlopgn. 'Chilton Squaw. 91; Dlp
Ptr. 100; Abrasion. 104. Miss Primi
tive. 10: Fclr Atalanta. 104: Bertls.
104. Sheriff Gruenlnger. 105; New
Haven. 106; Madman. 109" Tolson
D'Or. 111.
Thlid race Purse. J300: three-year-olds;
pelilruc; flve and a half
furlongs. Fuchla, 107 1211a draw.
107. Terra Blanco, 112: Ancon, J 14:
Pilncc Fonso. 114: Kelly. Ill: Polly
Worth 117; Willis. 117; Frank IlL.d
bon. 117.
Fourth race Purte, $311). three-year-old
and up; gelling; six furlongfc. Tarts.
101; 'Edith Inez. 10C: 'Fatherola. 1IW;
Colonel Ashmeade, 112; "Right Easy,
113: Wander, 113; Atnoret. 117.
Fifth iare Purse. S300; four-year-olds
and up; selling: five and a half furlongs.
Inbplrcd. 53: Grace Mo.. 100: 'Bell Prior.
101. Ttnv Tim. '101: BInnclio Frances
104: Wild Weed. 104: Concurran. 10G;
Maurice Reed. 106; Harcourt. IK; Cy
nosure, 107; Americus, 103.
Sixth rare Purse. $300: fotir-j ear-olds
and up: selling; mile and seventy yardi".
Swarfs Hill. 94; 'Pendant. 33; 'Ban
orella. K: 'Henock. 97; Edna Collins.
104: Spellbound. W; Carlton Club, 101:
Pliant, lifi: Outlan. 104: Irish Kid. 105:
Heretic. 105; Camel. 107.
To Discuss Reforms.
PLAINFIKLD, N. J.. Feb. 1. Many
problems of social reform arc to h
discussed by experts t the annual
meeting of the New Jersey conference
qf charities and correction, which will
begin a three days' session hero tomor
row. Among the officers and prominent
members of the rpnfercnco are President-elect
Woodrow Wilson. ex'Gov. J.
.Franklin Fort, ex-Gov. Franklin Mur
phy, and Bishops McFaul and Lines.
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TO STIR OP
HOUSECOMMITTEE
Mrs. Mary Armor Will Lead
Forces of District in Fight to
Get Excise Bill Passed.
In the Interest of the Jones-Works ex
cise bill, Mrs. Mary Harris Armor, the
"Georgia C clone," 'Is coming to Wash
ington tomorrow to appear at the first
of a scries of temperance meetings, a.nd
later to go before the House District
Committee. Mrs. Armor will co-operate
with the W. C. T. U in Its efforts to
have the proposed liquor regulations for
the District enacted.
Mrs. Armor has made several appear
ances before Congressional committees
ir. favor of anti-liquor legislation. The
last time she was hetc Jhe argued be
fore the Senate'JudlcIary Committee for
a favorable report on the bill against
the interstate shipment of liquors.
Seeks to Force Action.
The first meeting will be held tomor
row afternoon, at 3 o'clock In the First
Congregational Church, at Tenth and G
streets northwest. At . this time the
members of the W. C. T. U. -Rill be
urged to get together to force action
from tho District Committee.
The Jones-Works bill, which means
practical prohibition, has been opposed
in the District Commltteo by Congress
man Cary of Wisconsin and others,
nd has never been allowed to come up
for discussion at a meeting of the com
mittee. It is believed that the "Georgia
Cyclone'' will force the opposition on
the committee to show its hands.
Schedule of Meetings.
Other meetings at which Mrs. Armor
will speak are:
Sunday, Fifth Baptist Church, E
street southwest. 8 P. m.: Monday, S p.
m., Immanucl Baptist Church, Colum
bia road and Sixteenth street: Tuesday,
8 p. m., Petworth M- E. Church. Eighth
and Shepherd streets northwest: Wed
nesday, 8 p. ra Douglas .M. E. Church,
Eleventh and H streets northeast:
Thursday, 8 p. m.. West Washington
Baptist Church. Thirty-first and N
j streets northwest; Friday, 8 P. in..
-ounury ai. is. unurcn. Bixieenin ana
Church streets northwest; Saturday, 8
p. m., Memorial United Brethren
Church, North Capitol and R streets
northwest; Sunday. February 9, 3 p. m..
New National Theater:, Sunday, Febru
ary 9. S p. m.. W. C. T. U., No. 2, Fif
teenth street Presbyterian Church.
Twelfth street, between I and K
Btreets;: Monday. February, 10, 8 p. m.,
Anacostla m. E. Church. Fourteenth
and U streets. Anacostla.
CAPITAL ARTIST IS
IN m HOSPITAL
Interior Decorator of Mansion
Under McKinley, Is Victim of
Automobile.
In the days of William McKinley in
the White House, Peter Gallagher, a
clever half-artist, half-wanderer, with
an eye for color effects, was Interior
decorator at the Executive Mansion. In
1901 he disappeared, and Washington did
not hear of him again.
Word has reached here that lie is now
in the free ward of a hospital in Hous
ton, Tex., pennllesB and without friends
save those whom his wit and good cheer
bring to him. He was picked up In one
of the streets unconscious, with serious
cuts and bruises, and it is believed he
was run over by an automobile. He
was going home from a theater when
knocked down, and he lay in the street
five hours. It is believed he will re
cover. Gallagher, who Is fifty-live years old,
says he was a newspaper man in other
days, and claims to have been left a
fortune of hair a million dollars at one
time. He says he was formerly a man
aging editor of the Elmira (N. y.) Tele
gram, and circulation manager of the
New York World.
He was trained In youth as an interior
decorator, and old employes of the
White House remember his career there
well.
GERMANIA CLUB 10
AT
Musicale Will Precede Ball of
Washington Members on
"Jahresfest."
Members of the Orrmanla Club of
WashlnBtoii and their nuests will gath
er Ht the New Willard HotPl Tuesday
nlsht at ! o'clock for a musicale nnd
danei. plans for which have been un
der preparation for several weeks by
the orBiuilzatlfin In the language of the
Germans, the affair will be a Datncn
Abend Iiil .iHhresfOBt
An elaborate musical program will be
given prior to the dancing. Those billed
to take part In the program are SIlsi
Anita Sehade. Miss Olhela Glotzner.
Charles Trowbridge Tillman, and Dr
Anton Glotzner. A buffet luncheon
will be served.
Sues B.&O. for $1,000
For Death of Horse
Recausc of tho alleged delay In the
shipment of a carload of horses from
Martlngsburg. W. Va.. to Washington
In November, Hlcliard McHenry today
filed suit for ?1,000 damages in the Dis
trict Supreme Court against tho Ualtl
rnoro and Ohio Railroad Company. It
Is charged that one of the hones died
after reaching Washington as a result
of alleged Improper treatment.
The suit Is thn flrkt brought In the
District undtr th- provisions of the Fed
eral tn etily-pRlit hour low. This law
requires railroads to feed, rent and
water livestock at least once In every
twenty-eight hours. Attorneys Alvln U
Newmyer and Hejibury G. Qulnn repre
sent tho plaintiff.
GEORGIA
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WILL
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PRESIDENT BIN ON
81H3GET MESSAGE
FOB NEXT WEEK
Efficiency and Economy Board
Has Been Working Nights to
Prepare Figures.
President Taft worked for some time
yesterday on the budget message which
will go to Congress next week. In prep
aration for this message, which, because
of the novelty of the subject matter, has
required much Investigation In the de
partment, the President's Efficiency
and Economy Commission has been
working nights for three weeks.
The message will probably be about
6,000 words in length, exceeding the
length of any of tho messages so far
sent to Congress.
A part ot the document will be de
voted to a careful explanation ot the
purposes of a budget, as the country,
the President feels, must be educated
to a correct understanding of the policy
proposed.
President Made Responsible.
"The plan would center responsibility
In the administration, and would relieve
Congress ot some of the responsibility
It must now assume In shaping appro
priations. At the beginning ot each ses
sion, the President would send to Con
gress a statement showing all expendi
tures during the previous years in all
departments, and the requirements for
the ensuing year, together with a state
ment of tne balance In the Treasury
and the condition of a proposed sinking
fund whereby the indebtedness of the
Government will be accounted for and
liquidated.
The sinking fund question has occu
pied much of the President's time, and
will be given considerable space in the
message.
Up To Administration.
Under the proposed plan the depart
ments would send their estimates to the
President Instead of to Congress. The
whole financial program ot the Ad
ministration would then emanate from
the WJiite House. It is cla'lmed for
the budget plan that it would render
more distinct the lines between the
executive and the legislative branches
and would tend to center on tho Ad
ministration the responsibility for a
program.
It points to an adoption of the gen
eral system in vogue In continental
countries, where a prime minister per
forms many of the functions which are
naturally Included in the office of Presi
dent, but which arc difficult to perform
because of a lack of co-ordination be
tween the departments and the White
House.
An extended message on the subject
was sent to Congress last year. Some
new material has found slnee then la
support of the plan
MlKKii
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Senate Committee Holds Dan
ger Is Worth Only 20 Per
Cent Raise in Pay. .
The Senate Committee on Military Af
fairs Is not In favor of the 100 per cent
Increase In the pay of officers in the
aviation corps of the army and navy,
which was granted In a bill passed by
the House. The Senate Committee has
decided to recommend an Increase of
only 20 per cent and this will apply
only to officers below the rank of cap
tain. The Senate Committee gave little heed
to the dangers of the service and the
fact that the officers who go Into It
take their lives In their hands and fre
quently lose them, and based Its conclu
sion on the Idea that more officers vol
unteered for the service than could be
used.
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PERSONAL
MICC nATN MANICURINO A.ND
Ui-LOO J1V1JX ,-, M- TUBATMKNT.
Tl Ith st. N.W.. Apt. 1. Ph. Msln ";
SlSTtR JUIIA Inaulien nhereabouts of El
Itn Mllllclminp, msnled In ISSi to James
Murphy. lnturmatlon thankfully rerrte-j.
Addrees W. II E1.I.IH. 310 Kth t. N. W.
UiWV V 1 ill UU knd bcap Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT. :0l H at. nw . :d fluar.
MIt-'S JAllItUON. Manicure, fair rnasaajr,
anil tvalp treatment. 1364 U st. N. V'.. 2nl
floor front, liouis from 10 a. m. lu C p. in.
MISS WELLS eiSi'IJcaip
Tieatment. SZ9 N. Y. ave.. 3a floor. Mrs. 3 10 5.
MISS STURN
Manteurtnc ana
Scalp Treatment.
'01 11th U M. W.
CADMAN Hair Specialties.
Utolcurlnr, Matisse. 7:1 11th at. nw. M. JJ1.
Buena Tonic. 8ptclal toe.
SITUATIONS-WANTED
Female
WANTED Ity reliable eolored woman, place
as nurse or chsmbermaltl, reference Hta
1st st. N W
COOKi-Klrst-class. colored, desires petition
In boarding house, or lunch room. CI K
at. N. TV.
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AUCTION' SALES
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"You Can Rely on What We Say.
Big Sale
MONDAY
Reliable Horse and Mule Co.
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, -
212-14 11th St. N.W.
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Horses and Mules
Wagons and
Harness
carloads of fine ones by the
" McHenry Bros. 30 head of
Virginia shippers and about 3o
head by private parties, including
30 head of big, fine dapple grays,
20 head of big, strong draft horses,
and an assortment of good ones for
any purpose. We gladly refund
your money if horses are not as we
say. Horses on inspection Sunday.
Reliable Horse and Mule Co.
ADAM A. WESCHLER,
SM Pa. ave. V. IV.
Sale of personal effects and household goods
for. 'atorace t charges.
Notice la hereby given that on Saturday,
February Sth, 1913. at balf-past nine a. m..
there will be told at public auction In the
rooms of Adam A. Weachler. M0 Pa. ave.
N. V.. Washington, D. C, to enforce llena
for storage charges, etc., due and unpaid,
all jfoods, furniture, household and personal
efTccta on atorage with TV. B. Moses is Sons,
(Inc).. In the names of Mrs. N. Belt. Mrs.
Prlcilla mack, Mr. Mary E, Dow. P. J.
Fay, Mm. Mary Jackson, Mrs. Roxie Luns
ford. Mrs. Llzzlo Ncal. J. J. Thompson. Mrs.
mile Skinner, and MIm Emma. Smith.
W. B. MOSES & SONS. INC.
ADAH A. WESCHLEn. Auctioneer,
llavlnt discontinued the dairy department
of our buslnera'we will offer for sale at the
rear of 201 Fourteenth st. N. V., Washing
ton. D. C. (enter from V street) on Wednes
day. Feb. 5. at I o'clock p. m.. the following
articles: 1 Farrinnon Pasteuriser, complete;
1 milk bottle filler: 1 milk bottle washer 1
De La. Vsl Separator. 1 Babcock tester, 1
can washer. 4 side door -delivery wagon. S
open front wagons. 3 Isrcn milk can tank.
23 10-gal. milk cans. 6 filk bottle trucks. 1
band churn, etc.
BELMONT DAIRY CO.. INC.
LEGAL NOTICES
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA, holding Probate Court. Estate.
of Agne O'Donnoghue, deceased. No. 1S5I7.
Administration Docket. Application having
been made herein for probate of the laat will
and testament of slid deceased, and for let
ters testamentary on said estate, bv Paul
Griffith, It Is ordered this 3Cth day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1912. that Thomas O'Donnoghue
and Patrick O'Donnoghue. their heirs at law
and next of kin. and all others concerned,
appear In said Court on Tuesday, the 11th
day of March. A. D. 1313. at 10 o'clock a. in
to thow caune nhy such sppl I ration should
nit be granted. Let notice hereof be pub
lished In the "Washington Law Reporter"
and The Washington Time once In each of
three successive weeks before the return day
herein mentlon'd, the first publication to be
not lees than thirty dara before aald return
day. THOS. H. ANDERSON. Justice.' Seal.)
Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk of th;
Probate. Court.
llOIIKUT K. 3IeXAMAIt.V, Attorney.
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST Necklace, blue and white crystal
beads, Friday, bet. St. Elizabeth's and
Wooianrd & Lothrop's. Reward, Dr.
FRANZ. 8t. Elizabeth's.
LOST Final I chinchilla fur neckpiece, from
Co'umbla Theater to G st. or vicinity. Re
ward If returned to Apt C. Westmoreland.
LOST Friday night, near Hth and Irv
ing sts.. small black purse, containing
rings, keys, and mone. Return to It.
GRAY. Apt. X'i. 113 Columbia road. IJb
eral reward.
LOST Friday afternoon, brown fur neck
piece, between K. It New Hamp. a..
Dupont Circle. Return nil K N W. Re
ward. IST Wednesday, gold natch, hunting esse,
Elgin movement: monogiam. Liberal re
ward, return Mrs. C. T. HARTMAN, Brent
Wood. Md. !
LOST Bunch ke. between Sth. l"th. O and
R I. ave. Liberal reward. J. W COMP
TON. 13J4 N Y ave. N. W.
LOST Mislaid sample C5se. "Calendars "
Liberal reward if left KLLIOTTH. I'M 7th
t. N. W,
LOST Straed or stolen from I0SJ M st.
N. W.. January I'S. 113. white A lemnii
pointer femule dog. Reward If returned to
uner. 3063 M st. N. W. Tag No. .KS3.
Answers to name Bess. "
LOST Will party that picked ud cigarette
l-aae. Initials C. O. I. on right side. In
I.OIUM1UIM lllClt- Kfl-lir.wa iJiru.u IVlUSd W
7W. Farragut apartment. Reward. 1
LOST Large fox terrier. Reward If re
turned to 1SS7 Columbia road. I
FOUND It utnbrellss.2 pins. 1 bill. 1 stone.
packages. 1 toy. 2 muffs. 3 books. 3 pair rub.
bera. 3 pair gloves. 1 bug. collar unci ties.
1 valise. -I watch chsnn. WASHINGTON
TERMINAL. UNION STATION.
SITUATIONS WANTED
CHAfFFKLR (colored), bells or eleiator-
man, anil mornings-evening work for stu
dent "EUREKA " 1011 N. Y ate
BOOKKEEPING, typewriting, general office
work; 4 years' experience by jonnc min;
good penman; best reierencee. J3S l'e st
N. W. 1
MAN Colored, would like position as night
cr day watchman. 31 1st st. N. E.
PAINTER, pnperhanger. plasterer, wants
work . rooms papereJ. 32.0: painting. II:
phone Main 6Se" M.; cltv or country. 3.
GOL'.BLATT. 3M H st. S. W.
JiEkP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICE GIHI-S-To learn dre-tmak-
Ing. pay while Irarnliig. REED. 13M EYE
N. W.
APPRENTICES net over 1J veara; learn la
dles' tailoring, paid vvhllo learning. P.MTI.
I.EIBEU 1210 O st. N W 1
COOKS AND CHAMRERMAIIW WAIT
RESSES (ft htte and x-olerol), this city and
Pennsylvania. 1011 N. Y. ave.
k... wrjfHnvwinrnKiw kh
I .TEVT. -; ,- M OTTTIViHaUiV
"yiwyj ,Jwxn
''.If
mk , -. a.--.y".y ,ifr-J.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
FLAT WORKEIl. marker, and uaorter: ex
perienced. EUTE LAUNDRY, ;UJ nth,
si. .-. w.
GIRL, for general housework MRS. WALKER.
iwv ism ( .. v.
GIRL (o do nqurcwork and cook. Apply ltZ)
New Hampshire ve. N. W. i
AIU.IJNnnY- .SALESLADIES Experienced;
good payieady work. 7i3 7th at. N'. W.
MANAGER for' loach roam, ' J10 a, week;
housekeeper. 23: waitress, l a week:
chambermaids and cleaners. FISHER'S
AGENCY. S ICth sL
TAILORS Fim-class. to baste on men's
veitg. 'Apply j 11 at. X. W.
THE COLUMBIA POLYTECHNIC INSTI
TUTE FOR THE BLIND. 1US H at. N.
W.. has need of a lady to tollclt fur a
household" article, which will be found a
ready seller. Apply, at oncet. as only 1 or 2
solicitors can be used.
WAITRESS Experienced, white: at once;
iteadr- employment. ZZI NIW JBtUjux
AVENUES. W.
WAITRESSES Several experienced; ihort
hours; good pay: with cverv 10th day oft with
pay. JIARYLAND QUICK LUNCH. 0 9th
et. A. w
WANTED LMy manager for lunchroom;
experience and relercnce. WAT0u.11 "
PLOTIIENT. 0i F at. N. W.
WANTED Experienced cloalc and auit aalca
womeo: only those with, best references
need apply.-. BOX 67. Tlmear offlce. t
;TVANTED-HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER.
BURGESS HOTEL. AGENCY.
6(0 10th t. Jf. TV.
WOMAN' for general housework: reference.
Call after 7 p. m.. TlS.Tth at. N. E. 1
YOUNG LADY for office work Apply EOK
;, Times: of lice. 1
YOUNO LADY for general work around drug
store: must be from S to 23: experience un
necessary. BOX 673. Times office.
HELP WANTED MALE.
A Big Proposition to
z School Boys.
Am you ever tea year of age? De
yon want to h.re a paying business'
ef your own after school hours? De
you want to show your father aad
mother what kind of stuff you are
made off Then start right new. by
getting yonneir a Tlraes rout. Let's
talk It oyer, at The Times. en Saturday.
Start where most of our greatest men
started from
Newspaper Business.
etart today, now 4 your areatast
chance. Can at the Circulation De
partment of Tb Washington Tires
Saturday morning at t'M.
The Washington Times will flnaaca
yeu to atait. All ths capital yon need
U the willingness to work.
BOY Active white boy who Is not afraid of
work and .who Is willing to make himself
valuable. Will start as cfhc boy at a small
salary, be given unusual opportunity to learn
a profitable business-and be advanced aa his
work merits It. State age. reference and for
mer employment. BOX 673. Times office.
BOY to run marking machine. ELITE
LAUNDRY. 317 Htn at. N. TV.
BOY Neat white as soda dispenser. Apply
snd K rts. Jf. W.
,BOY For offlce. Neat, energetic careful.
salary, )i. Apply to aim. uirrcat, limes
office.
a BOYS AND MEN. wtth wheels. ILM day;
steady work. DIME J1ES3ENGER SERV
ICE. 717 lh st. N. W.' I
CARPENTERS and engineers -may learn es
timating and reading of drawings at night.
This prepares you for "advancement "In posi
tion and salary. Start now. Writo at unci
for rates and catalogue. Dept. E. Colum
bia School of Drafting. 10th and O sts. N. W.
CLEANERS and porters; colored; good
wages. "EUREKA." 1011 N. T. ave.
COUNTER MAN White. In lunch room; no
Sundays. Call 1711 Pa. ave. N. W.
DOOR MAN. VIRGINIA THEATER. 8 th
st. --
GOVERNMENT ' . EMPLOYES-Whlte.- can
make money during spare-time working for
company CO years old. Apply HI Westory Bid.
MEN WANTED to sell trees and plants:
highest commissions, payable weekly. Write
for free outfit. PERRY NURSERIES.
Rochester. N. Y.'
1IEN Business-houses pay US to lis weekly:
prlrate families about t week to auto
mobile drivers and repair men: you can tears
the business with us In a short time. We
teach 'operating and repairing all whits
students.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 11 D N. W.
PRESSER and cleaner; must be first class.
km rz. IVITNOV.
NIGHT CLERK-STAG HOTEL. Apply 410
ttlk ml K l 1
.l, . ... ...
SOLICITORS Two experienced advertlxlng:
good proposition. Room 4. veiati niog,
TAILORS S EVEBAL
TAILORS TO WORK ON
GOATS. APPLY ALTERA
TION DEPARTMENT. 5TH
FLOOR, PALAIS ROYAL,-O
AND 11TH STS.
SCHOOL BOYS TrfAT
LIVE IN GEORGETOWN
Are you a success? Can yeu prove It
to yot-r father and mother? Don't
grow up to manhood and say "I nersr
bad a chance."
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.'
Get Yourself A Time3 Route
Opportunity Is knocking at our doer.
It only comes once In a lifetime. Call
today after school, circulation Depart.
mtt. The Washington Times, and Oni
cut how to be a succcjs.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; new
method; few weeks required; Mages while
learning, steady poxltlon guaranteed. Write
for calalogue. MOLER'S BARKER COL
LEGE. -V7 lloxery. New York City. 1
YOUNG MAN White, to drive vagon and
attend hors-. Apply after 7 p. m , at 1121
7th st. N E.
YOL'S'CS MAN, If you are making le:a
than I1W per month we can Increase
your salary. Our students are In de
mand. THE AITOMOBILE ENGINEERING
' COLLEGE OF WASHINGTON.
The Place to Learn
1V01 HTH ST. N. W.
YOl'NO MAN to collect newspaper route.
with experience. an &3 coi. roan, after
6 p. 111. "
YOUNG MAN to run auto delivery. Apply
1790 Columbia road N. W. 1
YOUNG JIX- Soda fountain, experienced.
S ek and board: no Sunlay vork;
chauffeur. l.ircd. J2( and boar. I. FISHER'S
AOKNl'V 41'J i"' '
YOUNG MEN
We had S nr 10 more calls for competent men
last spring than we could supply at salaries
of J1S and I-"' Pr week. Wo need you at
nCfTHE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE.
Cor. Sth and O Sta. N. W.
Open Until P. M.
HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
WANTKt--Slenonphers and bookkeepers
are In (.irat dr.nand. The best place to
"sTKAYKR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
9TII AND F STS.
POSITIONS FOR GRADUATES.
Phone, 'vrlle, or call lor ratslogue.
AT THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
Employment Department a cordial welcome
an alts the stenographer In rearch of a peel,
tlon: there are no fees to pay. REMING
TON TYPEWRITER CO.. IMS New York ave.
- ,a. sT - V. X"vO'H-?s'
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
CHASE'S
PIANO. BARGAINS.
W7S Player JUn. Itented" Short Tbn.
Perfect Condition, ttfrn Per. Month.,
Handsome Netr Upright. CM Cub.
Hindsom New. Upright, S1S6-IS Per Month.
1307 G St. N. W.
DIAMOND RING, perfect, ; carat: Jnrt
. pawned 37: ticket m If sold quickly. W8
TV. at. N. TV.
OVERCOAT: new black silk faced: also gntt
and .ladles' chinchilla coat; size St. 70S M
at.Jft TV... ... -
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO $97
CHICXERINO MAKE. EASY TERMS
$350 UPRIGHT PIANO $275
CHASE BROS. MAKE EASY TERMS.
Good Upright HI. Squares 17. Organ 3.
LAWRENCE'S. SOS F. Tuning 31.M. !
FOR SALE Fine oak flat and roil top desks:
office chairs, and linoleum floor covering;
offlce partition; all in good order; price rea
ronable. Address BOX Ml. Times offlca.
'NEW SAMPLE
' FURNITURE
And Hlgh-Grada
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
, AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR. 709 G SLU. V.
BAR MIRROR If ft. beveled nl.f.
back bar mirror: mahonnv tramud: are
top, with electric lights .arranged la arch:
cheap. Apply to Hygelan Pharmacy., cor.
Mass. ave. and 2nd rt. nw.. between the
hours of 10 a. m. and tp. a. e
CHICKENSI barred rock cockerels. X745
Lanier place. Tel. CoL 112.
MARBLE SANITARY COUNTER,
your own price; must be sold at
once. 1008 Pa: ave. N. W.
1
SINGER SEWING MACHINES 2 zxr swath,
practically new. Machines H9. 112. SM. fU.
and up. Guaranteed for 5 years. Keating;
and repairing. G. C SMITH, 2U Pa. atva.
S. E Phone U. 44.
COCKERELS For sale, few mora white Or
pington cockerels, worthy to ester th show;
cheap. fliVarnum St.. TL-1H.
DANCING
WASHINGTON'S new dancing studio.
Chappellear. 1212 Q n. w. Phono N. 1844.
Assembly dance every Thura. eve. Tang.
Boston & tat. dances taught. Priv. any hour.
DANCELAND now- open. Mb. aad O sts. 8.
E., assembly dancea Wednesday and Satur
day evenings. Adrals.. genu He; ladlea frac.
MDME. COULTER. iX M at. H. W.-If yon
can .walk I can. teach, you to waits. Leaasns
any time, EOc; classes every Tuesday eve.
PR07. WTNDHAH, SI LRh K. W.
Tna. and Bat., 11B. Cindu. ad. L
Me. f far. t24( Pnr. any haw. Ph. M. MS.
1
THE ARCADE BILLIARD PARLOR.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Kth and Park
road. Special for ladle, daily is to :2f n. m.
.Free instructions. Reasonable Rates.
t. -c-ii-Niuiix, proprietor. CoL Kg.
: fc-
DAVISON-H. Prof, 4k Mrs.. Tlf ttk SC X. -W.
Latest dances taught say" hour: class im
sasees. Tne. era. Ph.'M. 444. Aseseakly
aances Thors. Sat, ere- Wat. Rises Arm'y.
GLOVER'S. Q3 Z2d f N. W, Pit.
Mc: waltz sc 2-stao snar. In laaaai
and dance Tue.. Thura Sat. v. We; bail
rsou 1 or nai as. urcaestra. non st. uss.
MISSES CHAMRERXAGt AND
DANCING SCHOOL. IW.Xya as. W.
Saocca Erery Mosk. at Arcade. Pa. 1
PRIVATE DANdNQ SCHOOL.
Onlr One Tanrht. ax a. Tlaaa.
atest Dancea. Folk EM
Belasco Taeater. tep Soar. 'Sdecv M. tos-r.
CUIRV0YANTS
a-J9c f!ASTT?0' 'K"8t i.'W.
snd ilM. VAtUOAIkW Opposite Library.
-Palmist and 'Medium Honest Dredletloas.
truthful adrioe. ills wonderful Insight ef,
mc luiuo;, KL(eu vviu , mf sutjixs; ajuuc
Power, enables hint " to- remoVe and explain
the cause of your unhapplness or treobte.
He will help you In your affairs no matter
what they may be. Success guaranteed In
atl.csiex. or I do not 'want, your money. "My
charges are within the reach ot all. Prints
waiting rooms. Lady attendant. Hours, IS
a. nC to" S p. tn. Over fruit store.
-r DAV AMERICA'S Leading Palmist
Jt. tuii ,nd jg jjg, consult this
girted clairvoyant on business, lore, mar
riage, changes, speculation. 131 New York;
ave. N. W. Closed on Sunday. Basement.
!
211 P ST. N. W. MADAM" FIELD.
25c and SOc. BUSINESS. LOVE, MARRIAGE.
x - ItEMOVES EVIL INFLUENCE.
FLORENTINE fe.
Lau ef Baltimore. Scientific Card Jteadar.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money rsfuadedt,
A. AGNES WARRINGTON, new -thought
clairvoyant, mental and spiritual teacher
and healer; consultations on personal prob
lems: classes daily, lie 4th at. N. E. Phone
L. 2243. 1..
WHAT IF I AM A NEGRO T
Does It appeal to you that I. having been
raised In the Southland, born with a suserler
Inherttual power, educated by a father, mas
ter in the art and practice of magician. I
should be consulted first In alf love affairs
and business difficulties. No faklam Indulged.
Consultstlons free.
PROF. PRINCE. Hll 11TO ST. N. W.
Washington. D. C
CARETA.
Formerly of Glen Echo Park. Palmist and
Card Reader. gOJthst. N. W.
PROF. FITZGERALD. Noted Clairvoyant,
ualmlst: future, courtship, marriage, and
business; satisfaction guaranteed. 711 Eye nw.
1'
2Jc soc. f! ASTRO ! k st.. n. w.
and Jl.00. w.-.-w OTer irrult store.
Psixhlc Palmist. Gives help In all Love and
Business Affairs. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ORIGINAL. OTPST PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 20c
Oren Nights 1723 Ith St. N. W.
SPIRITUALISM
MRS IIENKLE Try this gifted medium e
love snd business affairs, mental and spirit
ual healing. lira. 1 10 t, ll ith su se. U :M.
MADALINE CURTIN. 432 4th St. N. K.
Readings dally; healer: developing- school;
Wednesday circle, t p. m. Ph. Line 2317 M.
SEANCE Tue. snd Tours, eves.. I p. m.;
readings dally; reads for entertalnmeats.
Anacostla cars. Mrs. K. Roth. TOO fth S. X.
HOLT SPIRITUAL CHURCH meets 2nd floor
Sunday evening. 7:38. Pythian Temple. 1012
Ith it N. w. MAUAtutt; uuttuni.
VJKS. O'BRIEN. Medium: reading It ceau;
hours trum 1 to s o'clock evenings. 111 its
tt. S. E.
MEETINGS Mon.. Wed.. FrL. p. m. sharp;
a message to each: dally readings. MM.
MALTBY Uft Mt. Vtrron pi. N. W. M. KH.
PALMISTRY
MRS. CLEMENT8. ScientiQc Palmist. Chil
dren's palms read. 25c; adults. H. 211
ICenols Bldg.. Hth & G. Open until S p. tn.
FLOOR OILS
TRY ME FOR WORK.
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITART DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps tho floors clean and bright and elves
them a pollshedr finish. Oood for your fur.
niture. Try It. SOc gaU delivered. Used by
the U. B. Gov't and over 2.CCO fainllles for the
last 25 years. 112 Pa. ave. N. W. M. (4U.
Wanted, agents for suburbs. Write.
RUG WEAVING
ALBERT KAHLERT t CO.
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet eleaatas,
Ht Maryland ave. 3. W. Ph. M. 2bC
DOGS. PETS, ETC.
BOSTON HULL puppies, registered: beautl
lully marked: screw tails. 13it Glrard nw.
hl5jSS
BUSINESS-OPrORTUMTIES
TWO BOOMLVS SOUSBS. fatal rest. IN;
11 rooms each; iaAoaie W. wWl far.
nlsbedr'win sell both fef tatft.
"CAN YOU BEAT1T.''
COMMERCIAL-EXCHANGE;
T ST. X W.. , . BOOM jaj.m
' WU HAVE THKPLACBB. SBB THsbmT
FOUR-CHAIR barber aftop; tate I a saa at
tmt; terms considered: IB-beaKa claal 3
selling; dowstowa section. Alao 3-charr aftep
BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP; price 3SSo: eletr-
Ing about 33SO year! rent HO; eatabHased
.1 years.
LIGHT GROCERY: well located H. E.: cask
dally sale M: rest f; .5 noma; cam
. at 0.
CANDY; notion aad cigar store; no oppose.
Mob; on corner "X. E. near school: rta
cieap; pica hooae; price MM. w
ROOMING "HOCS3W: It noma: on "K" tU
near loth: price HtO; also nice ones) at 3L
He, aad HM.
To Buy, Sn or Trade Store See Ta.
NEW YORK BUSINS86 BROKERS. 1C3 V
I
FOR SALE General merchandise tmilncss
and country store, groceries, prortoteas; drr
goods, etc.. with I acrs of land: S-roos dwell
lng. poatofnee right on trolley In tkrlvtac
town. 10 mile from Washington. "feanialzL
Will trade free and'clear for a m
BOOTH'S BUSINESS BROKERS. 7W Mttsnr.
FOR SALE Established flsh busteeaf ; Mod.
bargain: now la the beginning of flsh, sea
son; good reason for selling. Address. 'BOX
td. Times office.
WANTED Party who. can take two-third in
terest In Js.M6-ecre sugar cane proposition.
In Cuba; tl,O80 required. For person! fa,
terrlsw and partlculaa addes' BOX 374,
Times offlce.
ROOMING HOUSE at asertSee: Vrw rest: H
rooms; price. I7J0:, nicely furnished: most
be sold at, once. Apply S Eye at. Jt w.
A GOOD PARTNER wanted lh the oratr
business; good locality aad well estate
llshed; colored. BOX mi. Times oface. 1
RAISE CAPtTAI-Best methods; corpora
tions organized and promoted r mTlrrtlniw
V. a LBOaL CORP.. M Bond BMg. -u -
PAYING rooming house,. II rooms. fKS. CaX
any time. Teg Mt, Vernon pi. '. W.. fee
lng Carnegie IXbrary, '
FURNISHED rooming house. S rooms ;-a
rented; northwest. BOX (77. Times efSee.
!
RESTAURANT CAFE: rare trustees eefer
tonity; excellent location for tnaagrittoa; r
sen on its melU; living apartments eoa-, (
nected; poaeessJoa Immedsttely: lew nst. I,
particulars,. BOX 7X Ttases offlce. . l
HORSES ANP VEHICLES
BIG FIRE SALE.
Delivery Wagons tUfntty damaged by wafer.
Must be sold resirillses of cost.
ITU. LXART.
Bocceesor to 8001. L. Waters.
JM PA. AVE. K W.
SINGLE HARNH8B, suitable for deHtery or
sTprrss. ur aooBie.camase. names, wn.
USIUtUlLLkKS
HARNBSS FACTORT. Ml
Lonlslsns are.
l
FOR SALE 3. horses, mares and males; aM
kinds In this let. 1444 P-st. N. W.
FOR 8AUC Fine famlry carrUge tn good ceo-
dltloa: cheap: at Plsskert's StaeTe. 42' H
st. X. W. JOHN W. MORRIS, aifit.
?. w owner.
FOR 8AL-Ta ood Besses aad. mares:
owner harta no further ass for them wist
bartM
IS.. 471
sell cheap.
Pa. sts.
AKTZ has M car lease
essam eavjt T 4sBBBs4maW IflsM
or
nmm
reys. aad ssrla wissss, WW a
USS'U SC A. W.
WANTED-MISCELLAWEOUS
WE WILL pay the highest prlsafer seoewi
haad furnitures consult' lis- S4KTARE
DEAL. FURNITURE CO-. Sth- sad. ..
1
WANTHD Furniture for cash. Sell year
goods to ths man who sires yos-tlst nest
money. See HOFWOOD. sth end K. 1 .
JJL.CS CCRTAINS-Gt ready for JaaBgwa-
Uon guest -aad hare your certams MB-
dared eaual tn nwv 3c pair. 112 F stN. K.
UIQHfiST- CASH pries paid for worn dott
ing: eimer laoios or sssiuemes w: scaa
"WAKTsHV-FuTBiture. pfama. osrpeta, etc.
sMSM'sa. aasrier wagns. or Dare oa csa.
WB8CRXXRS." fss Pa. axe. N.-W. 1-
WALL PAPER
PAPERHANGING. 20 less than other Erras.
Pheoe Line. 229. or drop postal for esti
mate. CHAS. R. HYSAN. 264 E. Cap. sL
ROOMS PAPSRED for KM up: all wuk
guaranteed; latsst design. IMPERIAL.
WALL PAPER CO. 447 O N. W. Ph. M. 7341
LATEST DESIGNS Large rooms- -papered
fg.ML H. E. REYNOLDS M Fs. ave.
X. W. Phone iUin T7R. 1
FOR RENT-PIANOS
PIANOel FOR RXNT.
Htsh-4rraeVe PtsoMS at spiels; urtcesV MM
Mayaard. 7 Hts JCoUes eWCaapbeU. ;
Cesetainwar. Use. sttjbtly use ufttlfM. lea,
eitfhi
tea.
ST9t-'
HUGO. WOK'
XX a SL
1
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATS" full dress and tuxedo
autu for hire. M. T. PIMES. Merchant
TallSr. 1W 7th st. N. W.. Phoas Mala CC4.
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Alford'
Typewritten Letters
Look exactly like individual
typewriting. You can fill tfcsat
in yourself to match perfectly.
Ask for samples. Main 7506.
AlfortJ Letter. Co.
60?'15taSt.N.W.
NOTICE TO UDIES
YIAVl SCIENCE OF "MXAX.TB: natsrsk
.awn-eurgioai. cloth-bouad 44e.page be
free. Apply by mall. Ot Colorado BsOdlag.
Free lecture far wecsesi Wednesdays at 2a.
WORKINGMAN'S WANTS
WORXINQMEN-Ia It true that eorae are
spending a lot or money tnat parciu "
could be saved If spent wtth us: our-low ex
penses are , the 'reason why you ran bur a
slightly used .tailored eult or overcoat te
210; worth-.seetng; one price. JUSTHIS OLD
STAND. Sl D. ' .
PRINTING
SMALL WORK EXCLUSIVELY
I1UTU.
PIANO TUNING'
TUNING. S2.Ce. ' Player Piano and Orgas
work guaranteed, M. aa. or drop postal.
HERMANS PIANO SHOP? 1420 pXVB.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Fnrsished or Unfurnished.
Harthweat SocUo.
XTE ST. H. W.. 43o-Laxge. well heated
room, au conveniences ior i. n. a.; very
caeonable.
F ST. K. W.. 122-Nlcely furnished well
heated room; also room. for L h. k.: conven
iences: 'reestmable. ' - .. .
(th ST. N. W.. ltM-Two Urge well heated
' front rooms: Lh.lt. permitted; bath; rea
sonable. - I
WANTED ROOMS
YOUNO COUPLE and two children, 2 .rooms !
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