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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY l; 1913.
CLOSES BEST YEAR
OF ITS DISHY
Report of Washington Railway
and Electric Company Shows
Surplus of Over a Million.
Bearing out the statement made earl
ier this week exclusively in The Times
that the report of the Washington Rail
way and Electric Company when Issued
would show a surplus of over a mil---
lion dollars for the year 1911. the an
nual report to the stockholders issued
today shown a. surplus income of fl.ftS.
73S.ii, making, it is asserted by the offi
cers, the banner year in the company's
history. The report includes the earn
ings of the Potomac Electric Power
Company and other subsidiaries. '
This means that the company has
earned at the rate of 6.S3 per cent upon
a total capitalization of J15.000.000 of
btock after paying: fixed charges of
JU07,6Q7.1g on funded indebtedness. If
lt-rured as available for dividends on
the- common stock, after paying 5 per
cent on the preferred issue of 8.500,000.
the surplus would give between D and
10 per cent to the common. This fea
ture was also brought out In The Times
several days ago.
But the directors wrote off the books
In distribution to conductors and motor
men, depreciation, fire loss and other
losses, sinking fund requirements of
the Potomac Electric Power Company
and losses on equipment of that com
pany and other items, a total of 13.
JJ5.ni. Upon this basis, after paying the divi
dend on the preferred and after all
other charges are deducted, the com
pany earned at the rate of 5.98 per cent
for the common, or 5.43 per cent on the
entire capitalization of $15,0)0,000. The
dividends actually paid durlng.the year
were 5 per cent on the preferred. $113.
COO. ana -4 per cent on the common
stock. 6a000, a total of $65,000 In divi
dends. Dividends To Be Paid.
On March 1 the next quarterlj divi
dend of 1 per cent on the common will
be paid and 1V per cent on the pre
ferred. The gross earnings from opera
tion were $4,648,328.0 an increase
of J3U.80S.E3 over the last year. The
surplus income shows an Increase of
tm.S2.57 over that of 1911.
Tho figures arc not separated as to
the affairs of the constituent com
panies, including the Potomac Electric
Power Company, the chief subsidiary,
from an earning standpoint. All of the
$10,000,000 of stock of that company is
owned by the 'Washington Railway and
Electric Company. That stock was in
creased from $3,000,000 to $10,000,000 last
January. But, according to the report
of the Potomac for 1911 given last year
to Congress. Its gross revenues alone
amounted to $1,670,181.69. with operating
expenses of Ices than half that amount,
or. exactly. J742.202.S7. To this amount
was added Interest of $311,556.96 and
other chorees brlnrlne the total un to
$1,153.5:1.69, and leaving a clear surplus
of $516,654. The corresponding figures
for 1S12. undoubtedly making an even
better showing, are due to ie filed with
Congress today. '.u
The figures .of the Washington Ratl
wari company -make an interesting com
parison with- thoEe of the Capital Trac
tion' Company, made public earlier this
months The chief item of difference
Is .shown In the Items written oft.
mounting to J218.12S.31 by the railway
company as compared with a, surplus
for the year of $47,125.79 for the Capital
Traction Company after the Items of
operating expenses, taxes and Interest,
and dividends only had seen deducted
from the total operating revenue of
$2,265,213.74. The Item of dividends of
the Capital Traction Company was 6
Vtr rent on $12,000,000 of stock, amount
ing to $720,000.
The statement as Issued bv th Wash
ington Railway and Electric Company
to the stockholders is as follow9:
INCOME ACCOUNT FOR THE TEAR lSli.
A summary of the results from the opera
tion of all companies after excluding- all
offsetting transactions. Is as follons
Grosa. earnings from 131? oer 1J11
operation t4.C4&3.0S Bll.SOS.JS
(ratals, etc.) 12,3.46 'im.!!
Cross Income J(,W1,K1.0
Operating expenses, In
cluding expenses and
taxes iHMT Si
Gross income, less op
erative expenses and
Fixed charges. Interest
on bonds, etc. 1.107.C07.1S
. .$i.cr;.7:o s it4.ss;t
DISPOSITION OF SURPLUS.
After .providing for Qxed chsrecs. ths sur
plus income was applied as follow a-
Surplus income T1.02S.7S0.4S
Add profit on lnveit-
meats (Interest) . . l.IOT.U
rayjnent of Z dividend
on preferred stock H2J.G00 00
Pajxoent of dividend
on common stock. ... :$0.WO CO 6VJ.C0O to
Distribution to conduc
tors and motormen.
under profit sharing
Depreciation on equip
Charged oC. account
Glen Echo Park
nre loss. JJth and D
sts.. car bouse
Sinking fund requtie-
trents Potomac Elec
tric Power Companj
laors due to abandon
ment of street light
ing eauipmeat Poto
mac Electric Poer
Loss on other equip
ment sold or dwman
tied during the ejr
Potomac Electric Pow
il 9.1:2 r.
zz.iz j:ii.il :lI
Credited to profit and
After closing toe accounts fcr the yr the
profit and losr suliplur of the Washington
Rallar and Electric Compan oh Januar,
l. ma. u si.oa.iis.es.
The report Is regarded as extrcmelj
craUfylng by the directors and they are
rrmcratviating President Clarence J
KlKK for the showing after two years'
Declares Women Will
Aid Peace Movement
Declaring that the "world is wearv of
Armageddon." that "th Lord can flgnt
his own battles," and that the day will
come when the millions of dollars "pent
for the army and navy will li utillzd
for the real constructive work of peace.
Dr. Alexander Aaronsohn traced the de
velopment of what he characterized as
The New Democracy" before members
of the District section of tho "Woman's
National Democratic League last nlgnt.
"Wom Is destined to take part in the
development and shaping of this de
mocracy," declared the speaker. He
.TV...., l.a,i Almtlnnllnn ftefuen fii re.
Bolta of war and peace, and emphasized
the influence of women In the politics of
SAVAGE DOG BITES
Anacostia Boy Attacked by Animal Which Had Escaped From
Owner's Yard Baptists of Suburb Will Open
Portable Church Tomorrow.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU,
ANACOSTIA. D. C. FEB. 1
Berkeley Inge, a ten-j ear-old son of
Park Policeman Inge, was attacked by
a savage dog while walking along Six
teenth street, between U and V streets,
last evening. The dog. a large black
animal. leaped on the boy without warn
ing, bitlnz him In several places about
the face and bodj. The screams of the
little fellow attracted citizens, and the
dog was frightened off.
Three policemen were hurried to the
scene from the Eleventh precinct with
orders to shoot the dog, but the animal
had disappeared. Young Inge was
treated by Dr. R. A. Pyles.
The police learned that the dog was
owned by William Smith, of 1914 Six
teenth street. The animal, they were
told had been tied with a chain In the
yard, and the owner was unable to ac
count for his escape. The wounded boy
lives at 1CH V street.
The Baptists of Congress Heights will
open their portable church for regular
services tomorrow. Dr. Edward E.
Richardson, who has been called to the
pastorate from Washington, will fill
the pulpit. lie will remove to Congress
Heights soon from southwest Washing
ton with his family. Dr. Richardson,
well known for a long time as a practic
ing physician in the city, and connected
with the Cavalry Baptist Church Sun
day school, is a craduatc of tho Crozier
Theological seminary, in Pennsylvania.
He has been a leader In Baptist Church
circles in the city for a long time.
The board of trustees has announced
the schedule of services as folio . a:
"Sunday school each Sunday morning
at 9:30 o'clock: main service with ser
mon. 11 o'clock; evening service, 7:30
o'clock, and praver meeting each
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The building committee under the di
rection of which the portaolc church
has been put up is constituted of
Charles F. Purdy, chairman;. Mrs. It.
F. Jones, and Mrs. William Xally.
The new church makes the fourth
one In Congress Heights. It stands at
Brothers and Esther places on a plot
of ground 106 by 60 feet.
Friends here or Miss Mary Ruth
Swarm, who have received the last an
nual report of the State Hospital, at
Lincoln. Neb., have noted with inter
est the announcement of her appoint
ment as the chief of the training school
in that institution. Miss Swann began
her career as a nurse at St. Elizabeth's,
later went to the Children's Hospital
and the Emergency Hospital inWa2h
ington, and then to an Institution In
Pennsylvania. Her appointment to the
Arc Left For Sale
One of the most remarkable building operations any city has ever
seen. We began by offering the most remarkable home value ever
j constructed for the price and terms.
ating the most buying activity ever
Six rooms and bath completely equipped with all modern con
veniences. Handsome exteriors attractively planned interiors. A
value that you cannot begin to duplicate elsewhere and in a location
that adds at least a thousand dollars on the investment value.
TO INSPKCT Take an) 11th sticel car Kolng northwest, get oft at
Columbia roail, and walk one square c.int. or miy llth street car KOlnic
northwest, get off ut Columbia ro.nl, nnil walk 'three miuuies east, or
an Ninth street cai going northwest, get oft at Columbia load and walk
one tquare wet.
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N.W..
Look for Our Green and White Sign '
Lincoln. Neb., institution was made a
short time as.
The Altar Society of' St. Teresa's
Church. Mrs. U. S. Howser. president.
Is receiving congratulations today on
the most successful supper ever given
In St. Tertsa's parish. The returns to
dav showed that over $500 was cleared.
Graduation exercises were held yes
terdav by the i'ahth grades in the lo
cal school division In tho Brvan school,
in Southeast Washington. Tho -promotions
from the Anacostia schools to
the high schools Include the following
Hettv Masson. Walter Mathleson,
Ella Hoffman. Ella Field. HHdR Hen
nlnFs. and Walter Hanraty. With the
exception of Miss Masson, who will go
to tho Eastern High School, all will at
tend the Business High School.
Operetta and Farce
Played tjy Amateurs
The Sleeping Beauty." a two-act
nnorotli. and n farce called "A Box of
Monkeys," were played by amateurs
under the direction or it is. imsk. in
Trinity parish, hall. Third and C htrcets
northwest last evening.
The principals were Allen Cowlcs,
illrs. Edwin T. Miller. Miss Audrey Har
vey. Todd Ashby, George 'Whitmorc.
William Newhall, Lewis Conway, Miss
Beth L. McFatc. MIsb Daphne Steb
blns. Miss Vera Bedell. Miss Evelyn
Penn, Mrs. Grace Denhardt Sldny
Wlshert Wallace. Oscar V. ComstocK.
Mrs. Elizabeth Walbrldge, Miss Mary
E. Van Fossen, Miss Eveljn Mills, and
Miss Selina Hadden.
Baseball Team Will
Have Benefit Dance
An entertainment and dance for the
benefit of Clarendon athletic baseball
team will be given Monday evening at
S o'clock at Ives Hall by the Clarendon
Athletic Association, Clarendon, Va.
On the committee are W. W. Malone.
W. W. Whcclock. W. W- Canton, James
Turner, Frank Snyder, anil W. Lane.
The program Include selections by
association quartet, song and dance.
Miss Eunice Wilson; Grlfuno, vocal
Imitator and whistler; baritone solo, S.
Lout; clog dance. Harry Wright; song
and dance. Miss Lena Callan; song.
Miss Genevieva Pyle; tenor solo, Joseph
Slav en; sailor hornpipe. Mis 'Edith
Roby; ragtime songs, Joseph Griffeth;
Highland fling. Miss Eunice Wilson:
saxaphone polo, Earle Smith; national
dance, Marlon Frlsble: song. Phil
Osthaus; exhibition wrestling, J.
Turner and Frank Snjder.
The public responded by cre
created. And now but three remain.
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PLACED ON BILL FOR
President Approves Measure
for Greek Temple in Po
President Taft today 'approved the
Joint resoluUon providing for the erec
tion of a memorial (o Abraham Lincoln
In Washington after the plan of Henry
Bacon, of New York.
Tho resolution was signed In the pres
ence 'of the Lincoln memorial commis
sion and members of the Fine Arts
Commission, which decided upon the
Greek temple plan, thereby arousing
two days of spirited debate in the Houso
Uses Eagle Quill.
In affixing his name to the resolu
tion President Taft used tho great
eagle quill with which the national
copyright law was signed, as well as
other notable measures, and which is
the property of Robert Underwood
The act of the President this morn
ing was the last one necessary In
completing tho preliminary work to
ward the beginning of tho great mar-
Die structure to bo erected In tho west
end of the. Mall to commemorate the
great war President. The Lincoln Me
morial Commission comprises William
Howard Taft, not as President of the
United States, but as Mr. Taft; Sen
ator Wetmore, Senator Martin, who
was appointed to succeed the late
Senator Fernando D. Money"; Speaker
Clark, former Speaker Cannon, and
Congressman McCall. Col. Spencer
Cosby, of the -Fine Arts Commission,
also witnessed the signing.
All Are Pleased.
Had a Republican Administration
been successful In Us attempt for re
election. Colonel Cosby would have
practically had charge during the
next four years of the construction of
Of all the members of the commis
If you're in the landlord's
grip, here's the way out
sion who watched tho eaglo quill
move across the paper none was so
pleased as Senator Cullom. whosa
dearest hope It has been to be assurc-1
before ho retired from the Senate,
Maich 4. that the memorial for which
ho has labored thirty-six years, would
he erected. Ho is the only living mem
ber of the original Lincoln commission,
appointed in 1S76.
Bitter as was hta sense of defeat for
re-election, the aged Senator feels that
the passage of the Lincoln Memorial
appropriation and resolution Is a fitting
close to .t half century of public set
vice. The $2,000,000 to be expended for the
memorial has not been appropriated,
but the plans have been completed.
Advertisements for bids and the letting
of contracts will be accomplished short
ly. Mississippi Choctaw
Indians Seek Rights
One of the most bitter fights In Con
gress over Indian administrative af
fairs Is Impending in the Houso over
the question as to whether between
.000 and 3,000 Choctaw Indians resid
ing In Mississippi shall be "covered in
to" tho Choctaw tribe.
It was learned today that a subcom
mittee of the House Indian Affairs
Commltte has favorably reported the
Harrison bill to give the Mississippi
Choctaws full tribal membership and
rights. This means that each Mississip
pi Choctaw Is entitled to a share of
the Choctaw nation's wealth, about
Congressman Carter of Oklahoma is
flehtlng the bill on behalf of the Okla
homa Choctaw3. They are opposed to
division of their wealth with the Mis
sissippi Indians. The latter, however,
are supported on the ground that they
were Ignorant of their rights years aco
and did not know they were required
to go to Indian Territory to share in
tho allotments of land and Govern
A final vote will be taken next Fri
day by the committee.
Robbed by Hold-up Men
William R. Sands, a clerk in the quar
termaster's department of the Marine
Corps, reported to the police of the
Eleventh precinct that he was robbed
bv two men of $74. his month's pay.
while at Sixteenth and W streets south
west, early today. He was unable to
give the police a description of his as
sailants. Sands was on his way home, 1614 Ga
len street southeast, at the time. The
police are making an Investigation.
You can buy one as easily
as paying rent and get out
of the landlord's grip forever
These homes are located in the choice northwest and are designed and built to
give people of moderate means homes of character suitable to the locality. They will
compare most favorably with others selling for $3,750 in this section. We are only
quoting from expressions heard every day when we say that
"They Are Truly Astounding Values"
Georgia Ave. and Gresham St. N. W.
Take any Ninth Street car and get off at Georgia Avenue and Gresham Street. Convenient to
two car lines Ninth Street and Eleventh Street 15 minutes to Ninth and F Streets.
When you arrive at the properties you will find yourself in one of the highest
elevations in the northwest, overlooking the entire city and within short walking dis
tance of beautiful Soldiers' Home Park.
There are many distinctive features about these homes, a few of which we enu
Large colonial porches.
Pressed brick fronts.
Steel beam construction.
Two rear porches, making three
Handsome gas fixtures, with
electric lighting attachments.
Nominal terms; every salaried person can buy one for either a home or investment.
PRICES AND TERMS
$2,250 $2,550 $2,950
Cash $200 Cash $?00 Cash $250
Balance $20.73 Monthly Balance $23.33 Monthly Balance $27.50 Monthly
i.M'i.i niM. .li, ivn:iii:.vr. im-mdim; u.i. i.vrrunvr. imi.lhi.no all, ivrcnisyr.
Inspect Sunday Open, Heated and Lighted Daily Until 9 P. M,
Sample Houses, 621, 631 and 626 Gresham Street N.W.
Police Prepare to Spend Next
Week Teaching Regulations
Tho new traffic regulation went into
effect today, and in accordance with in
structions issued by Major Sylvester,
superintendent of Police, to the cap
tains of the various precincts, will be
enforced "wllh the least possible fric
tion." For the first week tho police
will do no more than direct attention to
errors and violations. After that ar
rests will bo made.
It Is the opinion of District officials
that traffic win soon adjust Itself to
mcei me new regulations, and that
many objectionable conditions will be
Principal among the regulations ara
Pedestrians shall have ths right of
way oniy at street crossings.
No vehicle shall approach within fif
teen feet of a street -ar that has
Mopped to take on or let oft passeng
Towing of one whlcle by another,
unless In ciao of emergency, is for
bidden. Drtvtrs shall give warning when
tacking, turning or greatly reducing
petd of vpilelf.
Automobile bonis shall he blown only
to hive warning to pedestrians and
A requrs 'hat a public hearing he
held on thi -V rr-KUlattuns was made
by the Hoard of Trade, but was .lot
"greed to by the t'ommlsolnefn. In or
der to ascertain the sentiment of the
general public th special traffic com
mittee of the board will hold a series of
heatings in the Hoard of Trade room
the first of which will Ife held Tuesday,
February at t p. m. Persons inter
ested In modifications of the new regu
lations are Invited to attend. It Is con
tended bv members of the Boart of
Trade that certain of the regulations
are impracticable, and that as a whole
thev are so voluminous and diffuse aa to
render a clear understanding of them
by anvers ana teamsters impossible.
13 sold in 7 days
The highest elevation in Colum
Convenient to two car lines.
CflNGRESS SET SEES
SPECIAL DRILL OE
FORT MYER TROOP
Prussian Countess and Indian
Chiefs Guests at Exhibition
Washington society, especially that
wing of it know a the Congressional
set, turned out in large numbers despite
tho rain last night, to attend the special
exhibition caalry drill given by the
crack troops of the army at Fort Myer.
Limousines lined the roadways adjoin
ing tho drill hall and the galleries of the
hall were crowded, to-their capacity.
Every moment of the-drllL which was
given especially for members "of Con
gress and their families alia friends was
Interesting. The Flf teent JiUnlted States
Cavalry Band furnished the music and
played almost Incessantly from the outset-Many
parties were given at the fort
and In town following the exhibition,
many of the society folk who attended
coming to the city later to the party
given by Miss Ruth Hitchcock,- daugh
ter of Senator Hitchcock. Capt. Warren
Dean, of the Fifteenth Cavalry, enter
tained about twenty- couple In his home
at the fort after the exhibition.
Tho regular drill given at Jthe fort
yesterday afternoon was also witnessed
by a distinguished assemblage. Includ
ing Secretary of War Stlmson and many
others high in the official and social
life of the Capltal.
Among the women present during the
afternoon was Dr. Susanna Harris, for
merly a Prussian countess and her
hostess. Mrs. Belva Lockwood. Dr.
Harris Is the widow of a wealthy Ameri
can and rouowing (ho drill, declared
that tho American cavalry Is better
than either German or Prussian.
Accompanied bv Col. "Dick" Plunkett.
a former Wyoming sheriff, six Indian
chiefs, who are In the East to attend
the Inauguration, also witnessed the
drill. The party were the guests of
lieutenant i;oionei Aiien. xne Indians,
In their buckskins and feathers, were
very enthusiastic over the Jumping
events of the drill.
15 minutes on car to heart of
Nearness to Soldiers' Home
Bathroom has communicating
door to front bedroom giving
a private bathroom when desired.
Annual Examinations Are Held
oday for Appointments in
Candidates for appointment to the
clerical register of the Federal Govern
ment service In Washington, are un
dergoing 'examination today in more
than one hundred cities throughout the
country, and at Civil Service Commis
sion headquarters here.
Today's examination Is the annual
competitive test for clerical positions
In the departments. All those who pasn.
win do put. upon tne eugiDie roster Jn
the order of standing:
A second examination is. beinsr held
today tor fill vacancies In the Customs.
Service and the internal revenue divi
sion of the Treasury Department.
A test for watchmen, skilled laborers,
messengers, and other similar em
ployes will also bo given.
I Will Refund Your Money if My
Cold Remedy Fails to Cure.
I know that my Cold -Rcmedr ttHI re
llerc the head, nose, throat and tunc
almost Immediately-, and prevent Pne-
TDonla, Bronchitis, Grippe and other dis
eases. Get a 23 cent bottle ef these Httlc pel
lets today nnd if yon are not pcrfeetljr
satUfled with results I will Tefond jonf
If your blood Is Impure, or It Ton are
constipated, or if yon have Dyspepsia, or
any liver or stomach trouble, don't fall
to use Munyon's Patr-Paw PIHs. Tfcey
kelp In curlns a cold. MUNYOX-
THE ST. JAMES HOTEL
TABLE D'HOTE D1SNEK.
THE ST. JAMES HOTEL
S. E. COK. Ttt AND PA. AVE. X. W.
CAXDT that la candy DOLLY MADKO.S.
Purnt insrcdlenta. expert manufacture Kc
lb. TO) llth st. K. W. Pboae JL iXU. Opj
OTF1CE OS THE WASHINGTON GAS
LIGHT 'COMPANY: Waahlncton. D. C
January It. UI2. Tn annnaj raesttas or
the shareholders of tna Washington. Qu
Light Company far the- election of Directors
and for such other bosiness u may property
eom before said meeting vrtlt b held at ta.
o-'flos of the Company. No. 4U-UJ Mia
street n. w MONDAY. February 3. UU. at
IS o'clock; noon. The polls win be open fro.n
U o'clock soon to 1 o'clock P. M.
I WTT.T.TAM B. ORME. Secretary.
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LADIES & GENTLEMEN.
Stop In and try one of oar FAMOC3
LUNCHES. 12 to 2:3) -p. m. DELI
CIOUS DINNERS, S to 7 JO p. m.
Restaurant JL LA CARTE from 7 to
THE LINCOLN CAFE.
Cor. 2GTH Jt H St. N. W.
WINDOWS TO VD3W INAUGURAL PA
RADE: -we- havtt ithem to- letn ner better:
lith-st. facing Pa. are; IK VT.i ApaVr
GEO.- .WASHC-CTON' .HOTEL'OtTICE.
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sim ttss&KGi mm
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THE VHEKCHANTS'' TJtASSEER ft
v STORA3B .CO.
, Special rates, to Merchants. Prompt
service. Reliable, raeesensers. Courted
A TRIAL IS ALB -WE ASK." "
Hue. Km ON'- 920-22 1 SI H.W.
A BOOKLET ON DRtJGLESS HEAUNG
READING IT will discover TO YOU that
Locomotor-Ataxia. Paralysis. Rheumatism.
Insomnia. Asthma. Arterial Sclerosis. Neu
rasthenia. Nervous Exhaustion, and the seri
ous Incurable (so-called) Diseases, can b
cored without Medicine or Surgical Pro
cedure. Information. Booklet, and CONSUL
TATION PREE. LADY ASSISTANT. Hours.
10-S p. m. Sunday. 11 to L
Prof.-H. N. D. Parker,
VOZ Jth st. N. W.
A PORCH capable of seating: 15. also sleeplne
accommodation for 15 at 10S Pa. ave. N
W. Also G larfe windows at H10. Apply
after p. m, at H0S Pa. ae. N. W. 1
-Stove: Latrobe furnace work,
palrins. Md. and Sixth S. W.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
fDICf'C PACK. .STORE.
RKlcLx O MOVE. OR SHIC
QUICKLY. SAFELY. CHEAPLY.
1X6 If St. N. W. Phone M. MW.
PADDED vsnj.H$51l.::-b, waion. S3 Id.
Phone Main 1313-13K.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
tOu N. Y. Ave. N. W. ,
PacklncT and Shlpplns; Htorase. Cvxn load.
SET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely Or
proof sorace. mavtat, packing. UNITJEO
ETATEM BTOltAUE COL. !- ltlth St. N. W.
Phone X. 4S9. 1
WE DO PACKINO Household roods for
shipment: storsr. ta private apartments.
Free hauling ta our atone. LITTLEnSIA
ALVORD& CO . 601 llth St. 8. . -
813 10th St. N. IV.
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