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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY; 20, 1913.
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WASHINGTON AND NEW
EFFECT OF SENATE
Washington Utilities Man Does
Not Fear Anti-Merger Law.
Corporation Counsel Pleased
The promoters of the Washington
Utilities Company are not at all dis
turbed by the action of the Senate yes
terday In putting: a public utilities pro
vision and an antl-mercer provision in
to the District, appropriation bill.
One of the more prominent men con
nected with the J1SO.O0AO00 holdinR cor
poration said today that he did not ex
pect that either of the provisions Insert
ed by the Senate would become law, but
even if they should, their enactment
would in no wise embarrass the plans
of the company.
"We have said right Along," said the
financier, "that the Washington Utili
ties purposed to force nothing upon
anybody and to take no action that
would not be for the betterment not
only of the stockholders of the utilities
corporations, but of the public as well.
The enactment of the anti-merger pro
vision would be contrary to the plans
that we have in mind.
"As for the public utility commis
sion." he added, "ie have felt all along
that such a body would be created, and
we are prepared to show such a- com
mission, should it be created, that our
plane are for the best Interests of the
people of Washington."
"But I don't think either provision
will become a law,' he added.
On the other hand. Corporation Coun
sel Thomas feels elated over the Sen
ate's action and believes that the pro
posed law will, when put to a test in
the courts, effectually block the plans
of the big holding corporation.
Meantime, the plans of the company
are being held in statu quo.
Since the securities of the utilities
company have not yet bn listed on the
Washington Stock Exchange, there was
no .evidence of the effect of the Senate's
action dlscernable, but in the trading
today Washington Kail v. ay Issue sold
at firm prices and the quotations were
raised somewhat. These Issues were an
exception to the general tone of today's
prices on 'change. Many quotations
eased off. The trading was in fair
Prof. Charles A. Pouglas delivered
the third lecture of his series on the
law of negotiable instruments before
the Washington chapter, American In
stitute of Banking, last night.
A special meeting of the directors of
the Seaboard Air Line Railway was
held jesterday The met-ting ratified
the action of the finance committee In
the recent sale of $8,000,000 three-year
L per cent notes. Instead of following
the custom of negotiating with a sjn
dicate or a single banking house for
the purchase of these notes. Chairman
Wartleld Invited bids from leading bank
ing Interests at different monetary cen
ters. Sealed bids were received from
invitations extended to fourteen differ
ent sources, and the. notes were award
ed to the National City Bank, of New
York, wnose bid was on the lowest In
terest basis The Seaboard secured this
money on a better basis than it has
ever before been able to borrow on.
The Seaboard directory Includes men
prominently Identified with some of the
strongest and largest banking Institu
tions in tne country. Aiuton K. Aiies,
vice president of the Itglcs Nat'onal
Bank, Is a member of the board.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company'b statement of earnings and
expenses (exclusive of outside opera
tions) for the month of January, 1913.
and for the seven months of the fiscal
For January. 191 J. Inc t.r Dc.
Operatlnc rcnue.. .JS.4M.Ctt 11,823,543 Inc.
Opratlne xp., main.
of way l.KJ.KS 4E.3H Inc
Malnt. of equip 1.W3.TS3 21I.S05 Inc
Traffic exrxn.es 177.927 H.C2I Inc
TraniportaUnn rxp. ... 3,165. 70 406.JS9 inc
General exptnae 177.63? w dec
Total operating exp. ... 6,3a.J) 1.03I.0S6 Inc.
Nt operatlns rev I.I0O.O15 m.7S7 Inc.
I 'or Helen Month... ISIS. Inc. order.
operaiing revenue.. ..V
Operating exp.. main.
.$60.S53,343 07.3C0.S37 inc.
of way and ttr 8.304.EK
Malnt. of equip 10.S4S.947
Traffic expenses........ 1.1ID.643
Transportation exp.... H.460.4S5
General expen.es I.1C5.M0
Total opratlnr exp. ,. 473.100
Net operating rev.... . 18.i:i,2
949. 72 Inc
This docs not include outside opera
tions, which, as estimated, will show
a deficit In net. In January. 1913; of
3S5.O0O, as compared with deficit of
66,E09.18 for January, 1212.
;. 5. Her. r loort wm
L. S, Coupon 2'a lOOTi 101H
'-. Ji Hes. s'a ,. 1(HH 1
Jj. S. Coupon' T 14 1D3H
U. S. Rer. 4'a 113 lli
13. S. Coupon "4'a U3H 114
Georgetown Gaa Cert. Ind. S'a 108 ...
Georgetown Gas 5'a.... 10J
Wash. Gaa S'a 103 T10
Cap. Traction R. R., 6'a 110 111
Anacostla & Potomac S's 98
City & Surburban S's 103 104
i-o.umoi H. K. o'a ISO
Columbia R. R. 6s 101 ...
Metropolitan R, R. S's 104 105
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4'a 83S 84
Wash. Alex. & Mt. "V. 5's 97
Potomac Elec Cons. S's 101 101
Potomac Elec. it. 5'a 104 105
C. & P. Telephone 5 104 105
Affler. Tel. & Teleg. 4's 108
D. C. Paper Mfg. S'a V) 100
N. .& W. Steamboat S'a 104- 105
Riggs Realty S's (long).; 102 103
Kisgs itealty S's (short) loo liUS
PUBLIC TjTILITT STOCKS
Capital Traction 122 U3
Wash. Ry. & Elec Com 84H
Wash. Ry. Elec Pref. SS SSi
N. & W. Steamboat 201 209
Washington Gaa 85 86
Georgetown Gas 86 135
Eastern Light & Fuel 115 118
Amer. Tel. & Telga. 130
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mirganthaler Linotype 218 219
Lanston Monotype 86 87
Greene Canadea 7 ...
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 170 175
Capital Nat. Bank SO
Columbia Nat. Bank 250 2G8
Commercial Nat. Bank 200 202
District Nat. Bank 147 150
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 250
Lincoln Nat. Bank 1U
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 205 210
Riggs Nat. Bank SSO 605
Second National Bank 158 1CS
Naf. Bank of Washington.... 244 249
TRUST COilJ' ..M STOCKS
Amer Sec. & Trust 310
Nat. Savings & Trust 265 275
Union Trust 135 136
Wash. I.oan & Trust 238 25W
United States Trust 139 140
Citizens Sav. Bank 19 ...
Homo Savings 325
Union Savings lit ...
Bank of C,m & Sav 12 17
East Wash S.v Bank 15 17
vtnv. istiBAnn STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance ... IS 21
1 Corcoran Fire Insurance SO
Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 1 21
Franklin Fire Insurance 30
German American Fire Ins... 2C0
National Union Fire Ins 6 ...
Potomac Fire Insurance 30 ...
TITLK IVs. f E STOCKS
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Ins 95
- ,-.LANEOL'M STOCKd.
Chapin Sacks .-. 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho com 33
Grapho, pfd 80
Mer. Trans &. Stor 105 120
f-oeuriry Siorase 31"
Wholesale Produce Market
Uks- :can.j. ire.1.. :.ti2t'. iviulium. Mo
Cheeae New York. new. 2Sc lb ; flat. Si'ic
Butter Elgin print. 42c lb.: tub, 40c per
lb , pmres., 33c ib
IJe Poultry Hn.. 14HHHC Pr lb.: roos
ter.. lOftllc per lb.: turkeys. 1920c per lb.:
chicken., large. 1SW20C per lb.; medium, 20
4j22c pT Ib.
Iiresved Poultry Turkeys. 20Q24C per lb.:
hen.. 15C16c per lb : duck.. 17c per lb.:
per lb . chicken.. 22c per lb.
Green fruit. California orange.. 12.2031X30
per box. lemon., 14 M prr fox. pineapple, per
crate. t2 0083.30; Florida grapefruit. 14.20 per
box: tangennex. tz waz.ui per box; appie.
11 SOfiMXi per bbl.
Meat., Dre.ed I.lglim eight pork. 1043104c
per lb : heavlrr. HHc
Vegetables rotato'.. c ptr bu.: celery. 3Sc
per dozen; yam., f5cii1.40 per bbl.: on!o:n.
CCc per crate: cabbage. He per 100 lb.:
lettuce. SOcftlJ.OO pr baaket: beet.. 11.208
tl.S0 per 100 bunchee: iuorh. JL29 bbl.: irweet
potaiue. 11. i per bbl.. limn bean.. Uc par
qt ; cranberrle.. ISc: cuIlflouer. I1.00S2.10
Brokers Start Reform.
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. To suppress
"rich quick" schemes and tq reform
the stock exchanges throughout the
country. local brokers have formed the
International Association of Brokers.
My Om -BROMO QVNNaV b
Laxative Broao QvMm
YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Time.'a Direct Wire.)
High. Low. p.m. Cloea.
Amalgamated Coppi CSH ."67 -68H l 67H
American Can 40 40 40UI 40V4
Arter. C. & F. com. 50 SOU SOVi i 50
American Cotton Oil. 49 4'4 48 I 48
American Locomotivt 37 36 36 I 37
American Smelting... 70b. 69H 00K I 70
American Sugar & Rtllfl US no 1115
American Tel. & Tel.132 USVa 132H 1 132
American Tobacco... 254 251 254 (254
American Tobacco. puu3i !03i 1034 I 0j
Anaconda 25 35 ' 35 1 5
Atchison 101 101 101 1 101
Atlantic Coast Llne..I25H 125 125 1 127
Bait. & Ohio 101 100 101 M00
Bethlehem Steel 36 35 36 26
B.F.Goodrich 42tt 40 40 I 43
California Petrol 54H i3 -53 I 54
Calif. Petrol pf. SS 0 E0 S3
Canadian Pacific 31 SOW i I 30
Ores. & Ohio 72ft 71W 72 I 72
Chino Con. Copper.... 38 37 374 i 3tW
Chicago &G.W. 15 15 15V. I 15
Chi., Mil. & St. P.. ...108 106 I0S 1 106
C. Mil. & St. P. PI....140 140" 140 -1189
CoL Fuel & Iron 34 34 34 i 34
Consolidated Gaa 112ft 132 132 1132
Corn Products 1 . 13 J2 I .13
Del.. L.&Weat 400 4C0 400 I 40J
Distillers' Secur 17.5 17 47 I
Erie 2 2 29 I 29
Eile-lstpfd '. 44V 44 44 I 45H
GoldfleldCons 2 2 2 I S
Great North, pfd 126 126 126H I 126V4
General Electric U8 J3S I38ti 1 139
Inter. Metro 17 16 17 I 17
Inter. Metro, pfd 50 59Hi 59 I SSWi
Inter. Harvestea HKH 10S 108 1 10S
Kan. City & South.... 24H 24 24 I 24
Kan. City &S. pfd.... CO 60 CO I
Lehigh Valley '.57 155 155 1 156H
Loose-Wiles com 36 32 32 I 36
LouW. &Nash .132 132 132 1133
Mex. Petrol 71 :0 70 I 72
M.. K. & T 2W. 25 25 I 2JV4
Missouri Pacific 37 37 37 37H
National Biscuit coni17 IHVi 114. 118
Nevada Con. Copper. 16 16 loH I 16
N., Y. Central 105 105 105 1 105
N. Y., O. &W 30V4 :0 rOHi 30
Norfolk & Western... 107 107 10714 1 106
Northern Pacific 116 115 115H 116
People's Gas of Chi.. 110 I0J HO 1 110
Tenn. R. R H&Vi llb 118 i llo
pj es. S. Car com 31 :0 31 I
Ray Con. Copper 17 IT 17 I 16
Reading 159 157 15SH 1 15J vm
Rock Island 22H 12 2h, HH
Bock Island, pfd 39 39 39 I 39
Southern Pacific 101 1U0 100 I ICO'i
Tennessee Copper. . . 37V4 '-a 76 16
Union Pacific .15; I55H 156V 1157
U. S. Realty & Imp... 71 70 71 I 70
U. S. Rubber com :V4 10 ! I W
U. S. Rubber 1st pf.-105 105V 105 I
U. S. Steel I2i 'JH ! ' 81
TT. S. Steel pf 106M t(-7 107 ' 10S
Utah Copper 51 MV 51 : 51
Va.-Cnr. Chem: 31 31 31 I 3i
Wabash com 3 3 3 I 3H
Western Md 42V4 4214 42Kj I 42W
Westlnghouse Elec... 70 69 69 I 70
W. Union Tel 68 6JW 68V4. 1 CS
Woolworth 05 90H P2 I S5H
Atchison Convt. 4's.. .100 100K. 100 i 99
B. &. O. Gen. 4's.... t7 P7 87 I 97
C.. B. & Q. Joint 4'... f5U ?5 f5 14
C, R. I. & Pac. 4's.... u34 i3W 3V I 63
Inter. Met. 4's 79 71 71. I 70
North. Pac. 4's 97 07 97 I 97
U. Pac. Con. 4's i3 93 93 I 03
U. S. Steel 2d S's ICOH KOtt K(ft 1 100
New Candidate for
Senator Marcus Smith of Arizona has
announced the name of a new candidate
for Commissioner of the Land Office,
lie Is Lamar Cobb, a Georgian by birth,
and formerly In the fnterlor Depart
ment when Hoke Smith was head of It.
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Relieved In one minute. Money back quick
Kit doesn't. Get a 25 or 50 cent tube of
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for Cold In Head and Catarrh. Sore Nose,
Coughs, etc. Twenty years of success.
Why? No dope In KONDON'S. Samplo
free. Write quick. Address
HONpON MFG. CO., aOKHIAT BUS. afPK.
Approach of Decision Day Has
Deterrent Effect on the
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. Dullness per
vaded the New York Stock Exchange
today and prices -were Irregular, with a
majority of the list sTiowlng ' declines.
The approach'of another Supremo Court
decision day ,had its effect In restrict
ing; trading. Bu otne'busIness day in
tervenes between today and the next
meeting of the qpurt. Better prices
were seen in the London market, re
flecting a be'tter feeling" over the Balkan
situation, but this feeling was reflected
only in Canadian Pacific here. The
losses, however, were for the most, part
only fraction!. -A cable received' this
morning states that J. P. Morgan Is
continuing to improve In health.
January trade reports show the hea'
iest Import and expert business In the
history of the country.
The directors of the Chesapeake and
Ohio railroad Company will meet this
afternoon and probably take action on
the quarterly dividend. It has been ru
mored that the rate of 1 per cent
would be reduced.
The directors of the Calumet and
Hecla Mining Company today declared a
dividend of 810 a share. This Is a re
duction of S2 a share as compared with
the previous payment which was made
on December 20.
HEALTH BY BREATHINO
This wonderful new discovery Is revolutionizing medical science
bringing health to thousands who had given up hope.
Incipient TiiberculoalH, Anemia, .Xtnniin Dlsordera, Lsclc of Energy,
Conatlpatlon, Heart Trnnble, l)lrne of the Kidney, Liver,
anil Stomrcb, Insomnia
are remedied as If by magic.
Practically All Diseases Yield to Its Power
For "pure blood and disease are strangers" and OXYOLINE pumps, ster
ilizes, enriches the blood and thus sends new health to every troubled
OXYOLINE Is electrically generated Ozone forced through volatile
oils to remove the sting, and possesses it times the life giving, health
restoring qualities of ordinary air. It Is Nature's own remedy and has
demonstrated Kreater healing qualities than all the medicines ever dis
covered. The patient simply sits by the Oxyollne machine and Inhales the llfc
glving OXYOLINE for about a half hour once a day.
Washington Is fortunate In being among the first cities In the coun
try to posses one of these marvelous machines. It will be found In tho
Pr. Neel Oxvollne Parlors, Suite M0-S12, District National Bank Build
ing. 1406 G Street N. W.
The Manilnrd price of treatment with 4!iillne la 2. per month, but
for a abort time u
Special Introductory Price of $12 Per Month Is Being Made
PREE TRIAL TREATMENT
Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Sales Today on the
Washington Railway -and Electric
Com.. 2S4. 25684.
Washington Railway and Electric,
pref., 20S8. Kg89.
Washington Gas, S36; 10$6. 2SOK,
National Metropolitan Bank. .S306.
Riggs National Bank, SS600.
American Security and Trust, 59315.
Union Trust. 10(3136.
After call .
Capital Traction S'a. $laM091ttttr!1.0609
Washington Gaa S's. S50010B, SLOOO
New York Curb Market
PcnUabi to. To .Waaatngton Tusaa a
Harrtman Co.. Near Tork: O. B. OUatsaa
saaasg.i local branch. Colorado- Banaiar.
. Bid. Asked.
Anglo. Am. Oil. 17 18
Atlanta Goldfield IS 16
Bay State Gas
Bradcn Copper 8 . 8
British Col. Cop 3 I
Chicago Subway 2 -i
Cobalt Lake 45 CO
Glroux Mining .-,. 2 H
Greene-Cananca 7 8
iVcrr uoKC o jt
La Roqc Con ,.... 3 3
Manhattan Transit 1 1
McKlntly-Darrsgh ...: Ill 2
Niplsslne- Mine 8 9
i Ohio Copper
Porcupine Gold 21 24
Standard OH N. J -387 389
I Tonopah Belmont 7 7
Toncpah Mng. of Nevada .. S 0
1 Trl Bullion , A
united cigar stores io iuj
'United Cigar Stores, pr 115 118
Yukon Gold 3 3
MONTGOMERY. Ala., Feb. 20. With
a large and representative attendance
of farmers, the Alabama Live Stock As
sociation opened Its' annual meeting in
this city today. In his opening address
President C. A. Cary urged the farmers
to devote a portion of their time and
capital to 'the ralainc of live stock in
stead of all on the cotton crop. The
meeting will conclude its business tomorrow.
f xx we' GLAMce r ' X
CAM TELL U06AT A ( OOP- )-v
,-tof is-ivovm to V J H
l THe FfcACTfOA OF 7 ' fliWW
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3kaJ l J r -- rvM- Hie I
ON TWELFTH STREET
Section Near H Street Will
Be Built Up With New and
Extensive Improvements on six. pieces
of property on 'H street; ' between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, and
on Twelfth street, between G and II
streets northwest, ar planned by the
Washington Loan and Trust Company
trustees for -the - estates of -Henry G.
Dickson and J. H. Semmes.
Work has already started on one of
the properties, the contract has been '
let on another, bids are being received
OB two others, and as soon 'as these
contracts' are. let, attention' will be dl-
rected to the remaining pieces.
The lot where work is now under way '
Is at 1224 R. street. The old building
nas been -torn down, ana a. nanasome
new one Is under , construction, it has
CAPITA!, ... Sl.MC.ft0O
BURPLUS ,. C00O.OM
PENN. AVB..OPP. IT. B. TREASURT
CHARLES C. GLOVER.. President
M. E. AILES Vice President
WM. J. FLXTHER-Vlce President
LHENRY H. FLATHER Cashier
JOSHUA EVANS, Jr..
Special Department for Ladlea.
EARNED SURPLUS 11.000.000
Put Your Idle
Funds to Work
in this company's Bank
ing Department thereby
insuring the safety of your
money as well as adding to
INTEREST PAID ON de
posits subject to check.
Loan & Trust Company
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOT EDSON, President.
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not ituctuato durtne dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock mar
ket. First deed of trust notes drat mort
gages), well secured on real estate In the
DUtrlct of Columbia, constitute "gllt-edg"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of Individuals or cor-
F orations for their stability, and are exempt
rom taxation as personal property. We can
supply suah investments in amounts from
1100 upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning
Loans and Investments."
SWABTZELL, KHEEM &
XXI UTU STREET K. W.
been leased to Barnhart Bros. A gplnd
ler This is the property of the Dick
son estate, and the construction is being;
done by the' Davis Construction Com
pany. Walter B. .Averrvhs been awarded
the contract for remodeling the ''south
west corner of Twelfth' and H streets.
. This property,' which Is a part of the
Semmes estate,, is Improved with a sub
stantial three-story building; but it la
of an old type. Tne plans accepted by
the Washinston Loan and" Trust Com
pany call for a stucco front,' with large
show -windows and complete modernis
ing. ' f
'Lots 1206 and 1208 H street are the next
ones to receive the attention of the de
velopers. A 'new building; covering- the
large lot afforded byJoinlne the two
original pieces, will be erected.
.The trustees expect to build another
modern" "business' structure a't" 730 "and
733 Twelfth street. Flans for this are
still In formation, but the trustees will
work out the details as soon as the
other buildings are under headway.
The section In which these Improve
ments are to be made has remained In
an antiquated condition for many years.
Individual owners have hesitated to
make improvements because of the sur
roundings. By controlling- both the
Dickson and Semmes estates, the Wash
lngfon Loan and Trust. Company have
sufficient property to work with, ,they
believe, f to Justify moderalainr;tHaaec-
tion. This bellet Is strengthened by Im
provements' recently made on Thir
teenth street and In adjoining blocks
on H street.
Phone Main 5260
Total groae. Jan.. 13U LJMltM
Average grosa. Jan.. V03..-Z 4ft,7
ToUl ntx. Jan.. 111 J.0H.M1
Average net. Jan.. 1)S .3a,tn
Total grosa, Jan.. 1S13 : I7XSZI
Average gross. Jan.. 1U 43,01
Total net. Jan.. 1SU 1S0.M4
Average net. Jan.. 1313 17.BS
I solemnly swear that the aeeompaaytng
atatement represents the circulation of The
Washington Timea aa detailed, and that the
net figures represent, all return eliminated,
the number of coplea of The Times which are
sold, delivered, furnished, or mailed to bona
fid Durcbasera or subscribers.
E. a ROGERS,
District or Columbia, as:
Bubacribed and sworn to before m this
1st day of February. A. D. 1IU.
THOMAS a WILLIS,
(Sm1 Notary PubUa.
DIG INTO YOUR CLOSET
LAY OUT THE GARMENTS THAT
MIGHT BE DYED SOME OF THEM THOR
OUGHLY CLEANED ALL. OF THEM
FRESHENED UP AND PRESSED BT OUR
NEW METHOD. SPECIAL. MONTHLY
"LA JIODE PRESSING CLUB,"
UOS Eje st. N. W.
Phone Main 311S. and xagon will calL.
DOLLY MADISON CANDY for Washington's
Ulrthdny and every frstlvo occasion. Pure,
wholesome and all' varieties. 73) 11th .
I'hone M. 5134.
BARBER SHOPS All union shops will close
on Washington's Birthday. Feb. S, it 4
o'clock p. m General public and union shop
proprietory kindly tafte notice.
DISEASE CONQUERED AT I.AST BY
BLOOD CIRCULATION. I -earn all about
this ALL-IMPORTANT SYSTEM. A VAL
UABLE BOOKLET for INVALIDS and CON
SULTATION FREE. Lady assistant. Hours
10 a. m. to . p. m. Sunday. It to 1.
PROF. 11. N. D. PARKER.
102 Sth St. N. W.
READ MY BOOKLET.
IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.
Cooper's Art Shops,
13TI G St. and K30 New York Ave.
PICTURES ADD A CHARM TO
Alexander's Colored Photo
graphs Special Price $2.
1 WILL NOT bo responsible or debts coa
tracted bv anyone but myself, ALEXAN
-tlne: Latrolie furnace work Root Re
pairing. Md. aad SUU. a, W. sL aa,
County cf Waafetactoii. Dtotriet-ot Cetanbta.
teowm n4 dMlarallMl aa wit of orlateal
tot to Jbta fi. W. Borhy'a wbSvS
ef RMrtT owa neorded la Oar. MaajMrd
No. J. folJo 5. aarveyor-a CMBea. Dtoirtct of
CoJorabU. and Mar kaown u loU H u4
(7. In Browalaa'a aaMWIaioa of aald lot (.
toceUicr with tba lraprovMncat. Sabjaet to
a prtor dtcd of traat of aboot IW7.M.
TXRK8: Caaa oror abova traat. 'A depaaK
f tin wilt ba raqnlrcd at Urn of areapuaca
of bid; balaaca to fee'pald witatn U dara.
JOHN W. BSOWXINa
ON SATURDAT, IfARCH X HU. AT 1
O'CLOCK A. M.. In front or United SUtaa
Storaae Corapanra warthaoaa. 4U20- Mtt
at. N. W.. Waahlntton. D. C. thr wfll H
aold at Public Auction, to oaorca Haaa tar
ataraaa charfaa. ato. doa aad unpaid, ai
ood. furnttnra. nosaanold aad ptnonal cf
fecta on aiorafa.ln naoMa of P. A. Bawaa.
jr.. a L. Bowline. B. F. Warner. W. B.
WILLIAVB CO AueUoatort. United
Btataa muraa Comoaay. hie.
ON SATURDAY. MARCH, s, UU. at 1
o'clock a. m,. in front of Uoitod State
Storaae .Company's warehonaa. fis-uo inn
St. N. W., Waahlntton, D. C. thare win be
sold at public section, to iiifatra liens for
atorsxs chars, etc.. do aad unpaid, all
goad, furniture, household aad personal
effects on storage In names of i Hosier Artlast.
Robert Jackson.. W. W. Johnaon. D. W.
Btockstlll. E. B. Richmond. VT. B. WIL
LIAMS CO.. AUCTIONEERS. United
States Storage .Company. (Inc.).
PROPOHALB-DEPARTMEirr OT AGRICUL
TURE. OfSce of the Secretary, Washington,
D, C. February it. IMS. Sealed propoaela
will o received, until 2 p. ra.. Frldar. Xareb
14. inv for raaarfadag with macadam tsat
aactloe of the RockvWa Pl eateadlBr from
to booadary Uar of the DIatrScr of CoIbbi.
1U at.8taUoa 04-15 to Station 4-St at Brad
ley Las, and aoch other work aa la spacl
Oad la connection therewith: ran informa
tion win be furntabed oa apattcatlen. W, JC
HAYS. Acting Secretary. --
LOST AND FOUND
LOST S COM beads eacloaed ta yellow earel- ,m
ope and wrapped fit small waits toartt. w
probably In ahopping district; bonds payaWa
to Jfra. Caaa. B. Mora: negotiant J$a.
Reward If returned to 390 H. N. "W AptJlL
LOST Masonic pin; gold heart with Kasmle
amblem on front. Initials on back. Reward
If returned to ROSE L. REEVB8. 3H Q
at. N. W. y
uubt a cuoaa pooai pop wkb yauow asat t
on aaeh ear. Reward If retnraeai tn ne
Main are. 1
LOST Gold watch. Vemlo Dant oa ess.
Liberal reward, im North Capital at.
LOST-On rbnary IX betweeai PoHs Taea- -
ter and K Mass. are. nw pair of said
no glssaes la caaa. Return, to 4M Mass,
are. and sat reward. 1
FOUND Fountain pen. 1 paid abate. 1 sutt
caae. I comb. 4 pair rubbers, t package.
1 wallet. 2 pair glare. J bats, 1 basket. 4
umbrellas, 1 key, 1 Iron handle, l rotvi pair ,
glaaac. 1 book. WASHINOTON TBHMIXAU t
"LEXARD URIC ACID SOLVWrT."
A Dhrslclan'a reliable ramedr cure rh.u.
matlam. neuritia, kldnejr troubles, dropsy,
and uric add trouble: tT at druggttta. by
man orlMHit. N. W.. city.
JU.IOO KJXAJX SCALP TREATMHNT.
Tl 7th at. N. W .Ant. L Ph. Main Ta.
Fac and Scalp Spedaitat.
M Utb at. K. W. (Top floor.)
, -r mxh St. N. w.
KISS JAMRRON. Manicure, facer asaasaga.
and acalp treatment; 1364 o at. N. W- 2nd
floor front. Hours from 1 a. m. to p. m.
MISS WELLS xiSeS?,
Treatment MB N. T. ave Id flosr. Bra, to ft
Halt aatT Frnala.
THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. la
the standard medium for tha placing of
stmographJc Belp. When In need of a sten
ographer can M. 33ft or addreaa U4S n. t.
ave. N. W. !
-WOMAN White, wlabea position aa hoaae
keeper In a small family; references. BOX
62. Times office, J
BOOKKEEPER, -skilled accountant, wants
set of books to keep or- aodlf In spars
time: reasonable. BOX 44. Times offlca. 1
PAINTER, paparhanaer. plaatarer. waats '
work: rooms papered. CLM; painting. S;
city or country. .&. GOLDBLATT. Tat SM IV.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to learn French dreaaenttlng.
dressmaking, designmg: and nuiiaiery:
good positions furnished-after learning.. New
York Millinery Academy, tilt Q at. 1 .
APPRENTICE for ladle tailoring. H. MUL
LER. 11U 17th-at. N. W. "
CANVASSER Young woman, good taUcar. oa
proposition or onqaeaUonaM mnt; ex
perience not essential: straight salary, with
Increases guaranteed to good workers. Ad
dress BOX 50. Times offlca. - '
COOK White, good hours: 130 to SOD. Ap-
plr 714 Ttn st. M. -w. ,
FITTER Experienced en ladles suits. Steady
position. IU suKriutu;. ca iu &.
HAIRDRESSER Expert, who colors hair and
doea nalrdresstna at ner own rrsicro.
BOX M. Times office. IV.
HEAD WAITRESS, white. KO month.- GAL
LAUDET COLLEGE. Tth and Fla. are. n.
HEIJ ON SKIRTS And waista and an ap
prentice. DRESSMAKER, 1SB U St. N. W.
MANGLE GIRL. WEST END LAUNDRY,
ITU Pa. ave. N. W.
MILLINERY MAKERS Experienced. ALEX
FISHEL. T" Tth St. N. W.
SKIRT HANDS Ftrst-claaa. at ones. A. M.
KEEN. UK F St. N. W.
SKIRT HANDS First class. 14 14th st.
N. W. .
STENOGRAPHER Young lady; one who
also understands shorthand. Apply at
once. 104 C st, N. W. 1
TYPEWRITER operators: experienced. Apply
ltX U st. "N. W. .
TAILORESS First class.
1014 14th N. W.
WAIST DRAPER At once, first-class: als
experienced maker. 113 R. st. 1
497 Fa. ave. N. W.
WAITRESS White; at
CAFE. 401 G N. W.
WAITRESSES Good experienced white at
once. WALUS CAFE. 4;$ Kth St. N. W.
WAITRESS Experienced. IT week. TOLEDO
CAFE. CO Pa. ave. N. W.
WAITRESS Experienced white at once. Ap
ply CAIRO CAFE. Q St. bet. 16th and Htb
st. N. W.
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK No laundry.
stay or go nome nights; good wages.
Apply E4I IJth ST. X. W,
HELP WANTED MALE
AGENTS by company writing accident,
health and life Insurance; maximum commis
sion and fully equipped office to right man.
Apply Rsom M0. Sli Ufa at. N. W. 1-
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