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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, i013.
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BY PRESIDENT TAFT
Eager Crowd Pours Into Hall to
View Display of 1913 Mod
els of Automobiles.
By HARRY WARD.
Automobile history was made last
night when President Taft, at the
White House, pressed a button that
switched on the lights at Convention
Hall, officially opening the annual
motor car exhibition. The ceremony
took place at 8 o'clock. As the lights
xlared up, a huge American Hag dropped
from the celling of the hall, while the
Marine Band, under the direction of
Lltut- V. H. Canteimann, played "The
It was the first time In the history of
the automobile industry that the Presi
dent of the United States had officially
opened a motor car show, and the
Washington automobile dealers are
elated that they were the first to be so
Never before In the history of Wash
ington has the automobile, been greeted
by so eager a crowd as the one that
poured into Convention Hall last night'
to view the big display of 1913 models.
Visitors showered congratulations on
Chairman T. Oliver Probey, of the
show committee, on the beauty of the
decorations and the variety of the ex
hibits. Many Self.Starters.
The keynote of the show is undoubt
edly the self-starters. Where a year
ago the self-starter was Unusual, prac
tically all the automobiles this year-Include
this device with the equipment.
At nearly every exhibition can be seen
cars which, as particular features, boast
self-starting devices of some kind.
Between the price extremes shown
there is a variety of models this year
that Is calculated to suit the purse and
taste of anyone who pna decided that
he needs a motor car. Runabouts,
.roadsters, small touring cars, coupes,
berlines, limousines, and cars of spe
- ciai design comprise the big array of
cars on exhibition.
The show has a week to run, being
open each day from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Concerts will be given each afternoon
and evening by the Marine Band.
The Potomac Motor Car Company
displays a Woods' elec.ric, five-passenger
car, and Woods electric
brougham, a Maxmon "Six" touring
car, Marmon ".Six'' limousine, and a
Marmon "32" touring car In attend
ance are Arthur Foraker, J. C. Hen
derson, T." Randolph Bourne, Ernest
J. Mudd, Joe Dawson, apd A. R Wag
ner. Henderson & Rowe Auto Company
have & representative exhibit, con
sisting of a Chevrolet "six'' chas.s.
Chervolet "six" touring car. two Little
"six" touring cars, Little "six '
chassis, two Little "fours," and
a PullmAn roadtter. In attendance
are L J. Henderson. P. E. Rowe, Wil
liam Brayshaw, and W. D. Cronkhlt
Eastern sales manager of the Re
public Motor Company.
The Probey Company's exhibit is
eight Mich. Kan cars, including a 'MO"
roadster, six "10'' touring cars and
a "40" chassis. T. Oliver Probey.
chairman of the show commltrt, was
in 'charge of the exhibit, assisted by
F. C. Slbbald. and S. Q. Powell.
Show Eleven Cais,
Emerson & Orme show four Apperson
cars, and seven Detroit electrics In
various models. Those in attendance
at the booth are W. R. Emerson, J. W.
Orme, James W. Orme, Gardner Orme,
Bruce Emerson, Edgar Orme, and C E.
Erkroan, Eastern sales manager of the
Anderson Electric Carnage Company.
The congressional Garage Company
has a fine exhibit of Wilcox trucks, in
cluding a tuo-ton oump wagon, a inree
ton chassis, a lfe-ion cnassis, a ls-un
take Dody true, and a 1-ion panel
body trucic Charles Semtnes headed
the delegation in cnarge of the booth,
the others being Kapaei beramet, Jonn
H. Shields, general manager of Wilcox
factory; J. T. Khanstein. and Frank K.
The Imperial Motor Company has a
large booth at the end of the hall in
winch Is exhibited an electric car equip
ped with ilou tires. E. A. UariucK,
president of the company, was assisted
in entertanlng i visitors by M. T. Wig
gins and F. U. Geragnt.
John H. Earle &. -o. exnlblt two oak
land "tT" touring cars, and a "b0 ' tour
ing car. J. H. tUrle. R. C- Wilson, ii.
Mullln, and Lawrence AtcKeever are In
charge of the exnlblt.
The Miller Company ihows for the
first time In Wasu.ngton, tne Slutz car,
made in Indianapolis. The exhloit com
prises a chassis two roadsters, a tout
ing car and a coupe. J. II. Miller, Fred
Miller. Charies 1L Miller, George 'J.
Wehr. and Robert L. Miller are in
charge of the exhibit.
At the booth of the G. R. Cowie
Company is shewn a large and var.ed
collection of Cole cars, mc.uding tvio
of the Cole machines exhibited at N-w
York. Assisting Gordon R. Cowie .n
entertaining visitors are Robert Israel
and Cleveland Campbell.
The Locomobile Company ol America
exhibit an opera beriine, finished :n
gray wnipcoro; a umoubine, umshed n
blue broadcioth; a little "six" touring,
a big "six" touring, and a five-tun
truck, the largest truck ever shown in
Washington. F. W. Robartes, manager
of the Washington branch, is ass.btei
-n explaining Locomobile features by
J. P. Oeyer, of the Locomobile truck
department: E. M. King and Robert
The exhibit of the White Automobl'e
Company consists of a White beriine
Umoubine, a 10-horsepower. seven pas
senger touring car. a C0-horepo er.
seven passenger touring car, and a :f
hor3epower coupe. J. M. R. Dickson,
J. E. Chapman, and Martin Demph are
In charge of the exhibit.
Irvln T. Donohoe has a representa
tive exhibit of automobile accessories
and supplies, including J. M. shock ab
sorbers, Itatavla tires, Jesco soaps, and
Invader oils. Mr. Donohoe Is assisted
at the booth by J. T. Rose, Washing
ton manager of the Invader Oil Com
pany: Charles Flckllng, and George
Pathfinder a Feature.
A feature of the show is the Path
finder "cruiser" exhibited by Berry
man & Williams. This machine was
one of the sensations of the New York
how. A Pathfinder touring car
chassis and several Harley-Davldson
motorcycles comprise the rest of the
Washington Auto Service Company
exhibits a Hupmoblle four-passenger
touring car and a roadster. Those in
charge of the exhibit are Charles
Kloppmeyer and F B. Aubert.
Matheson Motor Car Company exhibit
a Henderson roadster, equipped with
wire wheels and a Premier touring
car. Elliott P Hough Is in charge oi
the exhibit, assisted by Arthur Fox.
W G. Fairbanks, and S. C. Turkcn
koph. Occupying a good position near the
entrance, the exhibit of the A. Loffler
Company attracts much attention. A
Speedwell "Six" touring car, a Speed
well truck, a Rezal roadster, and a
Regal tourine car comprise the exhibit.
Andrew Loftier. W. D. Arrison. Charles
IL Schaffner, and W. R. Wheeler are
Other exhibitors Include Haverford
Cycle Company, international Harves
ter Company, Barber & Ross, Leroy
Mark and Burr Brothers.
WASHINGTON AND NEW
TRADING IS" DULL
ON LOCAL 'CHANGE
IN SESSION TODAY
Wasliington Gas Remains
Steady at 85 Rights to
New Bonds Quoted.
Washington -Gas seemed to be unaf -
fwtri hr th fomrahi. -,.-. nr rod
jdent Le'ter yesterday, for the shares
, were steady at S5 on the Washington
fciocK exchange today. The report had
been discounted. The trading today
was very meager. The largest sale was
of 17.000 of Washington Railway 4's at
'81. The only other bond sale was
11.000 Telephone 5's at 105. The stock
transactions were of a smaller ord.?r.
American Telephone and Telegraph'
ngnts to the new 4 per cent convert -
lble bonds-were quoted at -?.
The National Assurance Company, of
Wa.hlllPtnn TV f a tfintan tntoroet
Iwlth offices' in the 'building of the Real
estate Trust company, has applied tor
a license to begin business this month.
&B ?2X J.8 9SW "
has' bVen organized w1h a" capita, of I r' h. n2u 'jtank'
X200.000 and tl25,000 net surplus. j fnrc0 toSk..?.!:
All the directors of the Mutual FlreU1,'1?" Bank-
Insurance Company of the District of Second Nac Bank
Columbia have been re-elected by the v,?t i? r wl?!
.(nxthnM. ti,. .,i ..; iat. Bank of v ash
1912 shows receipts of JS7.54027 and pay-
ments to policy holders for losses $9,-I
410.02. After paying for surrendered pol -
lcles, sa-lngs returned and premiums
returned, and expenses, and making ten
loans of $15,000 on real estate, there was
a cash balance of tl8.836.63.
President Georce T. BUhoD. Vice
President Frank H. Glnn, and Vice
President George A. Craig, of the
Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis
line, reached Baltimore yesterday from
Cleveland. They will attend a meeting
of the executive committee today In
which the question of taking over the
Annapolis Gas and Electric Company
by the railroad company will be consid
ered. The company has had an option
on the property since January 23. and
lt is believed It will be exercised at to
day's meeting. The railway company Is
In excellent position to operate the An
napolis plant, though it is In no way de
pendent on lt for current. The officials
of the Washington. Baltimore and An
napolis report an excellent business on
Its lines. They expect the January re
port, which will be audited in a few
days, to show substantial gains in both
gross and net.
. . -
The Maryland public service commis
sion passed an order yesterday granting
to the Hagerstown, Mercersburg. and
Greencastle Railway Company, of
Maryland, authority to issue capital
stock to the amount of $150,000, of which
ji,xj is to be paid to the Hagerstown,
Vrrirr ..- - JT"1" "-. ."1i" ""
t "4BUU,B a."u ''UU'UI! railway.! L, Poultry-Hena, 16c per lb.; roosters. 10
of Pennsylvania, for the construction gionc per 1U. turkeys. ugMcper lb.: chlck
or the road in Maryland. The line is to ens. large. 20eSc per lb.: medium. la:0c
extend from Hagerstown, Md.. to Mer- per lb.
cersburs. Pa., twenty-two miles, of .. Dressed Poultry-Tnrkeyf. nftpc per lb.;
which six and a half miles will be In h""- ui,l Pr ,Lb-: iuck"- 1,c P1" lb-:
Mm-vlnnil .chickens, ac per lb.
juaryiano. .i,. .u Green frults-Callfomla oranges. K.!0t.V)
The financial plan contemplates the'prr box: lemens. S.SS per box; pineapples, per
construction by the Pennsylvania oor-, crate, JMOOS.a); Florido grapefruit, .J5 per
poratlon of the road In Maryland, for box; tangerines. C-OOU2.40 per box: apples,
which It Is to receive all the stock ex-1 tiMes.w per bbl. i
cept three shares, reserved for organi
zation purposes. The Pennsylvania
company has a capital stock of $600,000)
nuu jruueca iu ibsue uunua lor a llKe
amount, the mortgage to cover the fif
teen and a half miles in Pennsylvania
and the stock of the Maryland company.
The mortgage will not be a lien on the
property of the Maryland company.
ASKS FUR ANOTHER
I neid in wasiunBion in uciuwr, ji. uie
I House Foreign Affairs Committee, has
-. -xnii x ' Incorporated th- item In the diplomatic
Former Convict Wants to Bound con.-uiar appropriation bin. con-
VERONA N J.. Feb. 4. Twelve men
In brown uniforms, on the collars of
which were inscribed the letters. "E.
C. P.," at uork In Bloomfield avenue,
between here and Calduell. attracted
little more than casual attention. Tho
presence of a blue-coated keeper, how
ever, revealed the fact that the In
dustrious workers were convicts from
Several county officials watched the
experiment with Interest. The employ
ment of convlcth on the roads In uni
forms that do not make them conspicu
ous Is due to Warden Hosp. who has
Introduced several reforrrm In the penitentiary-
His administration has made the pen
itentiary so attractive mat one prison
er, who was discharged recentl, has
sent .to the warden a letter asking to
be pwmltted to return to the Insti
tution for another year.
"While I was :n the Penitentiary,"
he wrote, "I felt happv and contented,
for 1 had no chance to get liquor. I
am sun that In one more year I can
kill m desire for dr.nk." He askfd
for the Job of attending cows kept by
If you decide to hoid this Job open
for me." the. man dded, "you will have
a good man out there. I do not Intend
to praise myself, but I will say that lt
was I who put tho.e cows in good con
dition, and I guarantee mat every day
I am with you again they will remain
"I have in my different terms at the
penitentiary seen cowmen mistreat the
animals, but I find it Is Just as easy
to pet the cows at to strike them, and
It Is far better, for thev become tame
and easv to handle. You will never
get another man who, besides feeding
the cows, will make himself useful
otherwise about the penitentiary."
"Food for Cats-$30" Is
Cause of Canadian Row
OTTAWA. Ontario, Feb. 4. "Food for
cats $30, an obscure Item in the audi
tor general's report, threw the house of
commons Into a turmoil today. Oliver
Wilcox, member from North Essex, de
manded a complete revelation of the
facta governing the admission to civil
fcervlce of these mysterious feline.
Wilcox demanded all papers tending
to show whose cats were thus fed at
public expense; what was their bill
of fare; whether they were w-ild or do
mestic; Just what was their function In
the government service, and whether
they were married or alngla.
U. S. Reg. !'s 100 101H
U. S. Coupon 2s lOOTi 101H
U. S. Reg. 3's 1CCH 1031
U. S. Coupon 3'a 102H 1031
U. S. Rej. 4's USX H
U. S. Coupon 4's 113H IMS
Georgetown Gas Cert. Ind. 6's 108
Georgetown Gas 5's l'O
Wash. Gas. 5's 110 110
r. ULROVO BONUS
Cap. Traction R. R. 5s 110 111
Columbia R. R. 5's 100
Columbia H. R. s 101
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 104 103
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's 84 84VS
Wash. Alex. & Mt.V. 5's 97
Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's 101S 10214
Potomac Elec. Lt. 5's "lO-PA ...
C. & P. Telephone 5's 104 106
Amer. Tel. & Teleg. 4's 10S
' D. C Paper Mfg. 5's 90 100
' r. & Steamboat 5's 104U 105
jg ft;"" ,
J PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
Capltai Traction 123 '26
Wash. Ry. & Elec com , 86 8S
Wash.. Ry. & Elec Dfd 90 SOU
Jf; & W. Steamboat 205 303
YmseSon,a . 4 K
Arnlncan Tei ' & Tel R.s m "V
. Araeniel- Tel Rts...... 2-
w EJ'Vi ril.IiSK slov;S-, ...
. j ?.",. ""'" - "
jLanston Monotype 88
Greene Cancnea s
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank
.. 170 175
. 250 268
. 201 .210
. 146 150
." 152 .".'.'
. 205 215
. 580 COO
. 245 254
cnpuai Nat. Bank.
' Commerclal-aT Bank
Columbia Nat. Bank....
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec & Trust 310
I -xatlonal Saw & Trust 287 C75
Vnlon Trust 13G 137
Wash. Loan & Trust 23S 2J0
United States Trust 140 145
I IJfGJ, BAJfK STOCKg,
I i-'"zen!L oa.v- isanK .i?
Home Savings 323
Union Savings 246
Bank of Com. & Sav 12 17
East Wash. Sav. Bank 15 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance ... 16 21
Firemen's Fire Insurance.... SO
Franklin Fire Insurance 30
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 255
Nat. Union Fire Ins 61 ...
Potomac Fire Insurance 30
T1TLK INSLrt NCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Ins 5
Chapln Sacks 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho. com 40 CO
'Grapho Pref'd 73 S3
Merch. Trans. & Star 105 120
Security Storage 210
Washington Market. 17 ...
Who.tsale Froduce Market
Eegs Nearby, treth. Zlfie: Southern, at
Cheese New York. new. 24c lb.: flat, flc
Butter Elgin print. 40c lb.; tub. 22c per
I lb.-, nrocess. 30c lb.
Meats. Dressed Lightweight
Der lb.: heavier. 10c.
ptr dozen, yams. S1.00l.2S per bbl.: onions.
vegetaoies x-ouuoes. soc per du.; celery. dc
60c per crate; cabbage, 95c per 100 lbs.;
lettuce. SOctitrOO per basket, beets, Jl.IOfr
$1.30 per 100 bunches, fcquash. c bbl.: sweet
potato.s. J1.45 per bbl.; lima beans, ISc per
qt.; cranberries. 15c; cauliflower. I1.OOS2.10
Plan to Obtain Funds
For Scientific Congress
In order to assure an appropriation
by the Government of $50.00u for thr- en
tertainment of tho second Pan-American
scientific congress, which Is to be
sluerauon or wnicn tne committee com-
Under the provision the Government
will pay the expenses of printing the
proceedings of the congress in Spanish
and English, and other Incidental ex
penses, such is rent. The next Secre
tary of State, whoever ne may be. will
have charge of expending tho money,
and he is also cmowered to invite the
governments of the American republics
to be represented by deelgates.
Army and Navy
Major EDWIN M. SUPLEE, Four
teenth Caalry. to an army retiring
board at Washington, D. C, for ex
Paymaster G. P. AUI.D. detached '
Washington, to navj yard, Boston,
Pavmaster n V. f'HADWICK. detach
ed navv yard. Norfolk. Va.. Febru-
ary 24. 1913. to Bureau of Supplies '
and Accounts. Nav Department.
Pasel AsMMaiit aymasier W. D. '
SHARP, detached navy yard. Bos-
ton. Mass.. February 20. 1913: to
navy yard. Norfolk. Va
Passed Assistant Paymaster II. II.
AI.KIItl.. detached l'acitlc Reserve
Fleet. Marrh l. 1S13. to navy yard.
Puget Sound, Wash.
Parsed Asslbtunt Paymaster It. II.
JOHNSTON, detached Naval DIs
clpllnar; Barracks, Port Royal, s.
C, to wait orders.
Pasned AssUtant Paymaster H. L.
BEACH, detache,! navy yard. New
York. N. Y.. to Washington.
Assistant Paymaster i; R ZIVNL'SKA.
to St. Louis. March 1, 1913.
AsslHtant Paymaster D. W. ROSE, to
Naval DIscllpllnarv Barrack. Port
Royal, S. c, February 15. 1913.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Dcs Moines, Celtic, Virginia,
Georgia. Nebraska. I'ncas, at Guan
tanumo, Pontlac. E-2, at New York
yard. Sterling at Port Royal, S. C;
Caesar, at Newport News; Arc
thusa. at Port Arthur, Tex.. May
Mower, at Washington. Justin. Iro
quois, at Mare Island, Tonopah, Caa
tlne. D-l, D-2, D-3, E-l. ut Nuevltaa
Sailed Pdtfrson from Guantanamo for
Guacanayabo bay; Hopkins from
Mare Island for cruise In San Pablo
ECZEMA CimUI) I.N 10 TO 30 DAIS
The Paris Medicine Co.. :61l Pine Street. St.
Louis. Mo., manufacturers of Laxative Drams
Quinine. hae a new and nonierful discovery
GROVE'S SA-NARE CUTIS, which tuc
guarantee to cure any case of ECZEMA, n.
matter of how long standing. In 10 to K
days, snd will refund money If It falls.
GROVE'S SA-NARE CUTIS Is perfectly clean
and 3oi not stain. If your druggist hasn't
It. send ua tec aad lt will b atat by tM,
YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Time' Direct Wlra.
1:SC 1m. j
fijxn. low, p.m. nut
mal. Copper. -.. 73H 72H 73 73
American Can 41 59 40 I 40i
American Can pfd....l27 126 126k I I26M
Amer. C. & F. pfd....J16 116 116 I
American Cotton Oil. MM 51 51 I 51
Amer. Smelting 73 73 73 I 73
AL T.l. & Tel 132 131 131 1 132
Aith 4UU a.,.,,
.282 2-0 2M 1 232
. 38 37- 33 I 37
.104 103 103 1 194
Am. Writ Pa., pfd. 31 3IH 31 I
B. & O. 10! 102 102 1 102
Br'kl'n Rpd Trnt.. KHi po KW I 91
B. F. Goodrich 63 63 63 I f3
CaL Petrol 58 55 55 I 55
Can Pacific 2(4 '.3Si :39 1240
Central Leuther....... 20 28U 28 I 9
Chlno Con. Cor 42 42 42 I 42
Chi. & Great W 17 16 17 I
Chi.. M. & St P 114K 113 111 1 113
Col. & South com 31 31 31 I
Cot Fuel & Iron.... 40 3W 33 I :0H
Com Products 15 14 litt I 15
Distiller' Securities ish 18 16 I 18
Erie 31 31 Ml 31
Erie lat pfd. 43 48 48 I
General Electrics.... 143
143 143 I142W
GoMfifld Cons 2 2tt 2tt I 2
Great Northern pfd. 12S 123 123 1 128
Great North. Ore.... 39W 39 30 1 39
Interboro Met ISH 18 li I 19
Interboro Met. pfd,. 63 62Vt 63 I 64K
International Harvetus 113 113 1 113
Lehigh Valley. 163 161 162 1161
Lob. & Nash 139 139K 139 I
Loose-Wiles, com 39 39 39 I 39
Mex-Petrol 73 7d 76 I 76
Missouri Pacific 41 41 41 I 41
M.. Bt P. & S. a M...140H 1404 140 1 140
Nev. Con.Copper. 18 18W 13
N. Y. Central 109 109 109 108
N. T.. O. 4 W. 32 31 31 I
Norfolk & West 110 HOVfc 110H 1 110
Northern Pacific 120 Uni 119 1 119
Penns. R. R. r21 121 121 1 122
Ray Consol Coppar.. 19 19 19Vt I 19
Rep. Iron & Steel 27 27 27 I 27
Readlnr 166 165H 165 1165
Rock Island 241. .24 24 I 24K,
Rock Island pf 43H 42 43. I 43
South. Pacific 107 105 105 1 106
Tennessee Copper.... 34 34 S4l 3d
Texas & Pacific 20 20 204 I
Union Pacific... ,...vllH I60H 160 1 161
U. S Rubber, com 66 65 66 I 66M
V. S. Steel 65 64 64 I 64H
Utah Copper 54 54 54 t 54
Western Maryland.. 44 44 44 I 44
West Union Tel.... 72 72 72 I 72
Woolworth 104 104 104 1103
Atch. Convert 4'..
B. R. T. Con. 4'a...
C.B- & Q. olnt 4'rf..
C.R.L & Pac 4'...
Int. Metro. 4's
tiou. Ry. 5's
U. Pac. Con. 4'a
U. a Steel 2d 5's...
102 102 102 1 102
, 90 OOVi fOVi I 91
C5H v ! I- P5
15 C5 65 I 65
S0H KW. (OH I 61
10JH 10G. 106 1 10GH
96 T6 Oottt 98V
101H Kil ItlH 1 101
Sales Today on the
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone
Capltai Traction. 1125.
"Washington .Railway and Electric uro
t erred. 1049H4. 290, 2690.
WashWE-OT Gas. 10SS5. 5555, ,10S5Vi.
Mergenthaler. 1&0218. .....
Farmers' and Mechanics' National
After call-Capltal Traction. 10124.
Washington Railway and Electric 4 ,
REV. J. B. CRAIGH1LL.
.fter a brief Illness, the Rev, James
B. Cralghlll died at 8 o'clock this morn
ing at his residence, 3062 Q street north
west. He was one of the best-Jcnown
Confederate veterans in Washington.
and his death is a shock to friends
among the clergy and the laity.
Mr. Craighlll was born In Charles '
Town. West Virginia, on July 28, U38. !
and entered the Virginia Theological
Scmlmry in 1S61. He enlisted In the
Confederate aimy and served through-
cut the war In Stonewall Jackson's brl-
gade and later as ordnance officer or '
Nelson's battery of artillery. He was 1
nrdalned deacon In lSOs and a priest a
year later. He has been pastor of Epis-
copal churches In Eastville, Va.. M'.ys-
vllle. Ky.; Suffolk. Va., nnd Bel Air.
Maryland. He was appointed In 1903
'! ?i"Er?..n "(oV'a.8,in5t.on. he-
Oiai. wnn OUU i "- .-.. i"""-"'
He is survived by his wife and three
,n the Hcv. P. H. Craighlll. of
Wythevllle, Va.: James R. Craighlll. of
SW ISfc.an : Sair'wnf
i. l.ij cr AlhitnH nt a n clock to- I
. i. i,i,i at St. Albn' at 3 o'clock to
i morrow afternoon. Interment will be
at Eastville, Va, Thursday.
MISS KATHERINE LAWN.
The funeral of Mls Katherlne Lawn.
who died Sunaay. was conui
afternoon from her home "41 U street
northwest. Interment a pilvate. Miss
Lawn leave" two
GEORGE H .DARRELL.
ti, .meral of George H. Darrcll. who
,. T.8tcrdav will be held tomorrow
u'ea ,'" ,i hnme -f Seventh
afternoon from M" h"' ft-, .f",
"trect s"u',tt' nT.hHSrv ved bv hH
private. Cvlr. Darrell bisum eu ry nis
wile. .io. jii ..
HARRY A. ROWE.
Funeral services for Harry A. Howe,
who died In Baltimore on Sundny. will
be conducted tomorrow morning from
his home, 322 C street southeast. In
terment will be at the Congressional
Cemetery. Mr. Rowe is survived by lr
wife, Mrs. Alice V. How.
SAMUEL A. GEE.
The. funeral of 8amucl A Gee. elghu
three' ycuri old. was held this aftei
noon at the Gunton-Templc Chun h
The Interment was private, at ItoiU
PENNINGTON H. HALSTED.
Funeral services for Pennington H
Hulsted were conducted this afternoon
from the New Church, Sixteenth strte
and Corcoran avenue. The burial wat
OtlyOM "BROMO QUINlNaNtsit it
Lauative Broino OitaBine
i a toM m Om Day, Crt ta 3 Dyg
STANDARD OIL ARE
Continental Oil Reaches New
High of 2,000, Rising 150
Points Over Night.
NEW YORK.- Feb. 4. The New York
Stock Exchange wan dull npaln and
many Issues, were not touched. South
ern Pacific tended downward while
Union calned fractionally. On the
.whole the stocks dealt In showed
small advances, though the rule waa
not nt nil o-rtnnrnt- fTnlnrarln T?nll
I turne(j downward, losing three-quar
ters and Pennsylvania was off frac
tionally. Lehigh Valley, on the other
hand gained a point and the North
western roads were fairly strong.
The Standard Oil Company's former
subsidiaries were features on the curb
market -today through the strength
and actlvltiy shown by their secur
ities. Continental Oil touched a new
high price of 2,'00Q a rise of 150
polnts over night and S00 pplnts in a
few weeks. Standard Oil of Kentucky
sold at 525 after opening at 190 and
Atlantic Refining changed hands at
720 after opening at 700. Standard
Oil of New Jersey went to 43fr, 4
points rise over yesterday's close,
noon after the market opened.
The directors of tho Union and South
ern Pacific companies have come to an
agreement regarding the dissolution of j
the two companies in accordance with
the decision of the Supreme Court. It
Is understood that the Attorney Gen
eral Is thoroughly Is "accord with the
plan which will probably be announced
shortly. The Central Pacific system ls-
to be taken over by the Union Pacific
'and paid for In cash. The Southern
Pacific stock now held In the treasury
of the Union Pacific Is to be underwrit
ten by a syndicate and will be offered to
stockholders of both Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific at a price around, par.
A syndicate to underwrite the entire
Issue of stock Is now in course of form
ation, as was stated a few days ago.
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the American Can Company today
the issue of Jl3.000.000 debenture bonds
was ratified. The retiring directors were
re-elected. The company reports for
fiscal year ended December 31 net earn
ings of 17.522.932; deduction for improve
ments, depreciation, etc., J9S3.SS6; bal
ance. $6,539,0161 This balance would be
sufficient to cover 'all requirements In
connection with the preferred stock
dividends and the services of the new
bonds as follows: Balance of profits,
t6.539.0M: preferred stock. 7 oer cent.
?13fiTC1. fntnra.t nn t-llVYIiVYi Knto
J700.000; sinking fund. $500,000. Total, 11
i.v.-o,jj. surplus ior common siock,
$2,452,175. This surplus would be equiva
lent to 5.94 per cent on the Jil.C.COO
common outstanding. If from the year's
balance of --profit only the preferred,
stock dividends were deducted, there
would be left f3.G52,715( or 8.85 per cent
on the common stock.
Prices of all grades of Pennsylvania
crude oil made, by the Standard OH
Companv at the wells was advanced 7
cents a barrel today, and Somerset was
advanced 3 cents a barrel.
The subtreosury gamed $920,000 from
the banks yesterdav. and since Friday
has galnea $3,710,000.
New York Curb Market.
Furnlshel to The Washlnston Times bj
Harrimin & Co.. New Tork: O. B. Chipmaa
manager local branch. Colorado Uulldlnr.
Anglo-American OH 184
Bay gTae Gas.....:::::""::::
rjraden Copper 9Vi
British Columbia Copper 4V
International Rubber Shi
Glr0U3C Mining'::::":::::::::: 3
Kerr Lake 3V4
$ ? l"-",: J
"tonjntnstt ......... If.
NiPissjng Jilnea 8Ti
Ohio Copper ;
Aiiama-ijoianeiu ..., 15
Porcupine Gold ... ......
f '"" 'L00f' J""
InPaP SS'1?' ':'"
?2ineIloSlnlnB of Nev
ITnlt.wl rit.ar Rlnr.. f
niu-a -igar stores pt lis
Yukon Gold 3
Red, White, and Blue
Quilt for President
President Taft today received from S,
H. Read, of Merna, Neb., a quilt of red,
white, and blue patches, in recognition
of wnat thp Presldent ha8 Oone for
M,,,1(.rs Kea(t ,3 a ch. veteran
,, ,3 netvry eighty-two years old He
made tho nullt himself.
Asks $1,100,000 Refuge
For Shipwreck Victims
An uproprlatlon of Jl.100,000 for the
construction of a refuse for shlp
w recked persons nt Ciipe Lookout.
North C'Hiollna, wus proposed in a bill
Introduced In the Senate by Senator
RAILROAD IAN DIEu ,
AT ADVANCED AGE
Charles Wendell Porter, Oldest
Alumnui of Bowdoin Here,
Retired in 1900.
:iinrlB We-ndolf Porter, a rellrd law
yer ai! railroad man, sued elKiity.nine,
(llpd suddenly lat nlKht at hi home,
17m q utrcflt north wfit,
Mr. 1'orlt-r wux born In Mac'ilsa, M
In 1(2$, ja wan actively rngage1 In
tnllroad work until 1500, when h retired
and moved with Ms fumlly to Washing
ton. Ho wun a graduat of Bowdoin
College, and wh the oldest alumnus of
that institution In this city, " Hhortly
after coming heru ho became a member
of tho University Club, but resigned two
years ago on account of III health.
.Mr. Porter w a member of tha
Unitarian Church. The funeral will txs
held on Thursday, the Rev. V. Q. B.
Pierce, chaplain of the United State
Senate, officiating. The complete de
tails have nqt yet been arranged.
Mr. Porter Is survived by bla wife and
StUbot PUyw Pmms ami P'im
WE BKNT PLAYER-PIAXOS
FOR $25 PER QUAKrER,
We manufacture and save you all
agent's profits and expense.- You get a
factory ruararOeo for anunllmltcd time,
which means a new one If yours Is not
nayer riams, s rer mmhd
The Schubert la the beat the prices
are the lowest and the terms are the
easiest. The guarantee la the longest
'and you get the squarest deal at Chase's.
See ua flrat. '
MH. 1V9T. MDRHAT, ' EX
PERT TUNER' ANI l'UYDt
3IAX..IIA8 CHABGE OK THAT
DEPA11TMEST IX THIS
STORE. YOU ARE ASSURED
Joseph Hall Chase ?m Co.
1 307 G Street .N. W.
Remember. North Side of G St.
Betirrea ISlk aaalMtav Ma. .,.
1628 7th Street N.W.
O St. Open Until J0 Saturday Nights. I
th St Own .Until, t-Jt Syery Night. I
EARNED SURPLUS Ji.CCO.000
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
enables us to manage the
property of our customers
efficiently and economically.
Those desiring satisfac
tory service are invited to
confer with us. ,
Loan & Trust Company
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY EDSON. President.
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuato during dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock mar
kets. Finn deed of trust notes (flrxt mart.
gages), well secured on real estate In the
District or Columbia, constitute "gllt-edte"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of individuals or cor
porations for tbeir stability, and are exempt
from taxation as personal property. We can
supply suah Investments In amounts from
tiOO upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
7ZJ liTU STREET N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Gauntlet glove with name Inside, be
tween 10th and Pa. ave. and 7th. Pleas
return to De ATLEY'S HOTEL, will be paid
for troublf FRED R. V REII.
LOST Doy, yellow and white, bob tall; name
anrt address of onner on collar: reward.
Dr. ltauterberg.34 Oakwood terrace. Col. 3322
LOST Watch, on 13th and D st cars or west
side uf th it to the Academy Theater.
Reward. 800 F at. . E.
LOST Miniature. February 1. on F st. car.
or Vermont ave.. bet. H nnd L sts.: child's
.dure, silver frame. Reward if returned
o MT.. The Cecil.
X)ST Ds. white, brown spots, name Hill.
Tag numlK-r S6. Reward 311 3d N W. 1
.OST Neckpiece, raccoon, on Conn ave., be
tween R and I'je sts. Reward If returned
to 10 the Du Pont. Tel. N. 4ftS. L.
OST On January 2. a brown muff (mink).
In front or rear of own residence, 26C3 Gar
1eld St.. Woodley Park. Suitable reward If
LOST Kjeglassrs, short chain and ear hook.
Etx case Reward. C E. BRIGHT. CM
D N. W
LOST On Lincoln Park cur. Culumbla Thea
ter, or F St., card casu containing sum
of money, name cards, and newspaper clip
pings. Reword If returned to Mrs. W. II.
MEEI.Y. 13 3rd St. g. E.
LOST Saturday, small Bold watch and pin.
engraved Inside case, "E. A. II. to D. L.
E." Return 26.'3 Uth st. Reward. Phone
FOUND One-half ejegluss. 1 book, 1 pjlr
rubbers. 1 pair gloves. 2 bottles. 1 neck
chain, several odd gloves. 1 veil. I cane. 7
umbrellas. 1 pin. 1 inuiT. 3 packages. 1 cigar
esse, 4 coats. 1 valise. 1 purse. 3 suit cases.
WASHINGTON TERMINAL. UNION STA
TION; LOST Small chinchilla fur neckpiece, from
Co'umbla Theater to O st. or vicinity. Re
ward if returned to Apt. 563, Westmoreland.
JoscmHAuAe TO JAVt
m W BEPORt '
I YOU aHJYr-
.-. y -
ADAH A. WESniLER. AuttleflMi-.
VALUAHI.E BAK FIXTUKUS, WALL. U1K-
IIUKB, WAU, CAKES. U11A11U5. TAJJUM.
ETC., CONTAINED IN 1M PA. AVE. S. W.
BY AUCTION IN DETAIL.
On Thursday, F.bruan 1, WJ, eommene
ln at 100 o'clock A. M.. .1 wflt sell by
public auction In detail within the abova
pretnlaes bandtom. pak bar fixture, wall ralr
rora, wall caaea, clear eaae. Iron t rained chairs
and tables, mlMlon tablea. cuspidors, lloul
um, glaHware, hot water urn. foldhu;
chairs, etc.. etc. Terms cash. ADAM A.
WEKCHLER. Aoctlonecr.- 1
ADAH A, yVKSCHLKR, Auctioneer.
Itevlaa; discontinued th dairy 4parusst
of our buslnss w will viler for sal at tn
rtr of JMI Fouiueath st. N. W.. WajBlao
(on, T). C. Ctnur from V cUct) oa Wadnea-
Hr. Feb, . at I o'clock p. n tilt foilowlnaT
articles; I Fsxiinaxon faauurlur, CAnnpUtt:
1 milk txxtla filler: 1 JsiJk boul waaorr. i
09 La Val eeparator, I Babcock lemur. 1
can wshr. i tit door delivery r(ssv t
open root wagons. laru milk can tasks.
t-s. milk cans, i (ilk bouU truck. 1
hand fhuro, etc
BELMONT PATBT CO.. IVC.
U. PBHCY MrCHiKf Attorney
IK THE BVPRBUE COURT OF THE DU-
TniCT OK COLUMBIA, holding MO SqaKr
Court, Nelll J. Kfauvr, t at., complain-
ants, vs. ,CkMrU C HulUlt, et aL. lren4-
ania. jjtniy no, nsz. Tna osct f
suit is to rsaka oartltloo by. aula of
real estax la tha Otr of WaaWcgton, P. C.
known aa Lot n In WlllUm Jl. iiaura's Subdivision-
of iota la Bquara M. aa per plat ra
enrded la thm Otflcm ot the Surveyor of th
OUtrlct of ColombU In Liber R. L. H. folio
M, also part of Lot t. In Square 2X. do
scribed aa follows : berlnnlnr tor tn same
t a point en the line of C Streat South dis
tant 12 feat East from tba Southwest corner
of said lot. and routing these North IS)
feet, Usanea East tJ feet, thenfe South 109
irei, ana inence west u lei to tn oegm
nlnr. and to rconlra an aeoouatlna of tba
defendant. John O. Hnllett, for the rents of
said property collected by him. On motion at
ina complainants, 11 is wis jro. oar or
Vebruary. lttl. ordered that the defendants
Charles C. Huliett. Arthur 3. Hullett. Rob
ert J. Hullett. Wllmer C. Hullett. David
Hullett, WlllUm Hullett. James Hullett. a
lunatic, Sarah C. Hullett. Lola B. SabaaUan.
Franklin 8. Hullett. AIlc B. HoUett. Robert
C. Hullett. Howard XL. Hnuett. and Jonn a.
Hullett, cause their appearance to b en
tered herein un or before the. fortieth day.
exclusive of Stmdara and legal bolldaya. oc
curring after the day of the first publication
of this order; otherwise the cause, will be
proceeded with 'as in case of default. This
order ahall be published once a weak for
thres neceaalva weeks In the Waahlnatoa
Law Reporter and The -.Washington Tima
Deiora aaia -asy. itteai.i juu iiiuunu,
Justice. A troo copy. Teat: J. R. TOUNO.
Clerk. By F. E. CUNNrNOIIAM, Aast. Oerk.
Phone Main 5260
- -DAILY. -
Total gross. Jan.. 1312 L230.5I4
Average; gross. Jan., 1JU..-. ;....!.. 45.E7S
Total net. Jan. uiz .-. .1.K3.501
Average ctt. Jan., -113 3S.0U
Total gross. Jan.. 11U 172J2T
Averags gross. Jan.. 1111 41.083
Total net. JaiL. 1SU 1S0.39S
Averaga net, Jan., 1313...... Tt.Sm
I solemnly swear that the accompanying
statement represents the circulation of Tho
Washington Time aa detailed, aad that the
net flgurea represent, all returns eliminated,
tbo number or copies of The Times which are
sold, delivered, furnished, or mailed to boa
Ada Durchaaera or subscribers. I
E. C. ROGERS.
- Advertlaiag asaaagar.
District of Columbia,, ar - i---Subscrlbed
and -sworn ' to before ma this
Ut, day of February. A. D. UlX
(Baal) - Notary Pttblle.
WE HAVE LENT OVER THIRTY-SIX
million dollars, and hare more to land; all
to District people, on District real estate;
No commission, bonus, premium, entrance
fee or back dues. For each hundred dollars
lent the monthly charge la SO cents for in
terest and SO cents for repayment of the
loan, and the whole debt may be discharged
at Ihla rate if the borrower chooses.
All repaymenta get their shire of net
profit at tha same rate as savings accounts,
which means a further reduction In the. ac
tual coat of a loan. Additional repayments
may be made at any time in any amount.
This la our long-time, easy-payment, non
expensive loan system. Call or write for
TERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
Uth and E sts. N. W.
DISEASE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
SKIN AND RHEUMATISM. Satisfaction
guaranteed In every case treated. Sciatica
cured by electricity alone.
DR. NICHOLSON. Specialist. Office Practice.
1301 H aL Hours 9-13 and 3-7.
MISS flATTvJ MAN1CURINO AND
1UJ.OO U.O-U feCALP TREATMENT.
71S 7th st. N. W.. Apt L Pa. Main 7431.
SISTER JULIA Inquires whereabouts ot El
lea Mllllchamp. married in 1333 ta James
Murphy. Information thankfully received.
Address W. H. ELLIS. 310 Uth at. N. W. 1
OR A H'TrV.I ,nMagneUc Massage. Fact
Ulua. XEJ1U7 ,n0 Selp Treatment
AND ASSISTANT. 7CH H at. nw 3d floss
MISS WELLS &8fi2?h
Treatment. 330 N. Y. ave.. 3d floor. Hrs. ttoi
tot 11th st. N. W.
MISS JAMJtRON, Manicure, face massage.
and scalp treatment. 1304 U at. N. W.. 3nd
door front. Hours from 10 a. ra. to ( p. m.
ONE OF the beat known violin schools In
city, to discover talented pupils for scholar
ships, mikes reduced rate of 35 for entire
term (can be paid Wc per lesson). Violins
and music furnished free. Box 7, Times ofbee.
CADMAN Hair Specialties.
Manicuring. Massage. 7?S Uth st. nw. M. 731.
Gold Seal Cream for face. SOc.
STRICTLY SOBER wine cooper. German, for
retail and wholesale business wbu under
stands his business thoroughly wishes steady
rltlon; best references. A. FISCHER. CO
ttnd st.: New York city
WANTED Position aa pastry chef or bread
and cake baker: city or out: references
Iven. Address ALBERT METZGEH. CC9 N.
paperhanger. plasterer, wants
work . rooms papered. tt-SO: painting. 13:
Shone Main SS4S M.; city or country. S.
OLLBLAT.r. 30( 4H at. B. W.
COUGAR ST'AHCHBrR-BaarKftC ,VTBBT
...... fcw...... Alf mm .!,
17 New Jwwr av. it. 'W: .w .T
DUtL-Whlte. sot tattler M. "wajtrwr te
tonch room. W E , N. B. '
OlRL. for gtneral houaework. Apply Mfl u
GIRL- to cook aad waa aad assist la. csa.
eral touaewort Anlj at oaea at- jw
Qlfton sc X.-W.
OIRL. to oopk. was and beoi refaroscea.
GIRL Neat appeariaar coreeV or. woman. T
cook and bousrwork: famy of J; n to.
i mntrrinnin.-. as oa iaro aiTea. SUHJHKA.
ennsriranta: SB aae
leu K. T, r. y. T.
GtRI from 12 to 14 for L n. work,
ttth ml. it. W.
OIRL for general housework and cook, la
asartmest; German preferred, tllllth aw.
. - V m
ClKi. tor general house work; nor washlog
mMj njsjnisi reteTvscv rcqinrm. jms uar
vard at. K. W. (
GIRLS to cut thread on boy's paata,' HK
Pa. ave. N. W. MRS. H. WOOD
PANTRY OIRLS Five, at one. BUROH8S
HOTEL -A.OEXCT, W lh at. X. W.
MnXLVERY AND PRESS CDTTIXa.
NEW TORK PATTERN PARLOR
OF FRENCH DRBeWCCTTINO-
DRE98MAKLVO. DH6IONINC. LADIBg-
WNISHINO. AND MILLINEIVt SCHOOL. ,
im a STREET. I
BALE8LADIBS Thoroughly experienced" far
gown and suits. Apply BOX f. Time
SKIRT HANDSa-Eiperienced. 1497 L strut
STENOGRAPHER asd trTCWTltcr; youar;
ladr in offlca of retail store: rectdar flora
hours: salary S3 weekly at start: aire age,
czperlaaca aad referescea. BOX. 689. rimes
STENOORAPHER. R per week, at one.
FISHER'S AGENCY. 415 18th t- N. "W.
TAILORESS Experienced oa men's coats:
steady place; good pay.. A., GOODMAN, aw
Tth st. S. W. .
TAILORESS First class on coats, at trees.
t 12th St. N. W. 1
TAILORESS Experienced. Ml F at. ncrlS
WAIST HANDS-Experlenced. Apply BODE.'
lat Conn, ave. N. W. 1
WAITRESSES White, at once. 430 Kh at.
N. W. I
WANTED Female help of all kinds at once.
WATSON'S jatPLOYMENT AGENCY. t4
F at. N. W.
WOMAN Colored, to clean and do band'
Trashing-. WEST END LAUNDRY,- 173
Pa. ave. M
WOMAN-Cblored. to bake cases. MARY'
iAND LCNCH. CO th at. N. W.
WOMAN or girl; good, for general, house,
work at once. Ill Uth at. N.W.
WOMAN for general housework Is apajt
ment. Apply at let EucUd st. N. W. ,
WOMAN Colored, to bake cakes la window
aa Aunt Jamlma, CM 9th at. 1
WOMAN Competent, for cook aad assist
with washing: references required. Apply
an O st. N. W " 1
WOMAN White, houaekeeper, experleacedU
unencumbered, beat references: "good- pay
Address T. P. GRAY. Xanhara. Md. -
WOMAN Middle-aged white, general heuss
work for elderly couple: stay nights; per
manent; wages moderate. 2107 B at. N. W.
HELP WANTED HALE
A Big Proposition to ""
School Boys. -
Are yon orar tea years of aast Da
yen want to bar a paying buatatea
at your own after school boonT Da
you want to show your father. aa4 -mother
what kind of stuff yon .art
made of T Then start right new,' by
getting yourself a Times routsv Ltfa
talk ICtrver at Tha Time on Saturday. ,
Start wbera moat of our greatest sua I
NewspaperBusinesss -, f
. '.z i
atari tads, saw l van
tliance. -Call' at the Circuit
partmem of Tba Waanlagtoa Tlrw,
Saturday morning at 1:30.
lorn wssrungton limea wiu rnin-rr
you to statu au ua capltai you, tared
All tha captt
aa to work.
is, us wiumgni
BOYS Wanted, ten bright, heneat white boyi
(no cigarette nendsl. IS years or over, foe
special messenger service: must have bteydes
and best of referanca; good pay. Apply.
Merchants Transfer & Storage Company,
F. T. Gary, rear M E at.
BOY With, wheel. Apply 17 L street north'
BOY Colored, to run errands and bets
around store. 741 15th at. N. ,W.
BOY Colored, with -bicycle, for delivery de
partment. Apply at once to MR. ELGIN,
Delivery DepL. GOLDENBERCS. Tth ana
K N. W.
S BOYS AND ME. with wheals. Q. day:
steaay work. DIME MESaENUER SERV
ICE. H7 12th st. N. W J
CAKE BAKER Experienced wanted. U
BOECKSTYN'S, 447 Florida ave. N. W. -
COLLECTOR Experienced, with bond; XU
other need apply. 143 7th at. N. W.
EMPLOYES White. can
make money during spare time, working tot
una wurung tot
Ua. Weatory Bid.
company to years old. Apply
GROCERY CLERK Reliable, at once.
ISth st. N. Wi
MACHINISTS who want to advance In aalarj
and poaltloc should study machine de&lgt
at night at the COLUMBIA SCHOOL OB
DRAFTING. 10th and O at N. W. WrlU
at ones for catalogue "M."
MALE BUNDLE WRAPPER: good openlni
for ambitious boy. HAHN. 7th and K.
MEN White, to distribute advertising. 7 a,
m.. 3 Orant .place.. baaemenL
YOUNG. MAN to set type and run Job preaa
experience absolutely necessary and must
come well recommended. The A. B. QRA.
HAM COMPANY. Uth and E sts. N. W.
WANTED Men wishing positions as Bremen,
brakemen. motormen. or colored train por.
tera on Orst class Maryland roids: write tnv
roedlauly: no experience. necessary i H3 "M
tUO month start on: no strike: name posltlos.
wanted: inclose stamp. INTER, RAILWAY.
BOX KA. Times office. '
MEN Business bouses pay 31S to lit weekly!
private families . about C5 week.' to auto
mobile drivers and repair men; you can lean
the business with ua In a short Una. Wi
teach operating and repairing all wain
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 1 D N. W.
SECOND HAND BAKER on bread and caka
Apply OTTENBERG'S. 1I1J 7th at. N. W
SCHOOL BOYS THAT
LIVE IN GEORGETOWN
An you a success; Can you prove It
to yocr father and mother I Don't
grew up to manhood and say "I navar
had a chanca."
NOW IS YOUE CHANCE.
Get Yourself A Times Route
Opportunity la knocking at your doer
lt only cornea one in-a lifetime. Call
tclay after achooi. Circulation Depart,
xne&t. Tha Washington TUnta, and ttad
.ui how to be a success.
TWO MEN AT ONCE
To learn the Auto business. Your oppor
tunlty to be prepared for a good spring port
tlon. Cost of course very reasonable. Yol
can't afford to let this opportunity slio b
Call at once. '
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
th and 6 Mia. N. W. Open till 9 p. m
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; nei
method; few weeks required; Vicgcs wbtt
learning; steady position guaranteed. Writi
for catalogue. MOLER'S BARBER COL
LEGE. XI Bowy. New York City. !
LAUNDRESS wanta work: to take home or
s w. jtwu am mz. i
SITUATION In private family, aged 17. frot
country. Address 1133 Srd at. Nt w. X
a -V - - i.- .. J55Hc.,j3y ..it. ",vif
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