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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1913.
ft-s S S
over 185,000 sr&asTr:
vertising Has Been Gained by The Tune
to Date This Year as Compared with 1912.
SUCCESS DENOTES VALUE
THE TIMES ii Wahington'i Fastest Grow
ing Classified Advertising Medium.
LOST AND FOUND HELP WANTED
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ROOMS TO LET WATCH THIS GROW.
i i. IISISISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSISSSSSSSS'SSSItllsa I I I I t I W
Army and Navy
The resignation v. .-plain ANDREW
C. aiUltflii. rnn neid Artinerj,
has Deen accepted by tne Pres.dent,
lu iah. eliet-v oeiiteuiut-i , u-o.
Captain AJiLhL 15. PiwifcuN, quar
tennaaivi cuipt, m pio.ceu to
outh crou Livek. .vliuuie i-row
crciv, Noun crow cieeit, tJam.uid
creek, branch cieK, anu I'oie moun
tain maneuver reservation in the
orilir lull id uest bulled to the pur
port, wuli a View to ool-inint icr
Uiia iit.uiu ul lebaiiiilio Pole
Eiouiita.n mnt'uei rteiia.ion and
li.t .iujuuiu v. aersnel, aim upon
Hit iTm,nel.on ut ins uutj mil rt
tuin lu ii s pioper bialion.
By director! 01 uie i'le.uent. o much
of paragraph s. fpnMI oruers, No.
101. Ma I. iJl3. Nai uepaiiment, ab
iclievet (.uptain (jbUliUr, C .MAn
Tl.N. Liutcti ttates. Anus, rttired,
fiom dun at the MssJchmetts
Ailculiural tnlle, e, is amended fo
ab to dntit Laptain MAiviiN. vvitn
hi.s onsent. to remain on lut ai
tnat college until the ai rival llien.it
of an off ter to relieve him
The following-named officer.- v ill pro
ceed to the tavalrv camp of msMi"
Uon near Winchester. Va., for dut)
M obbtivery: Alaooi ItOHEKT li
PAXTON. nuartermaster o-ps.
Major SAMUEL G. JONES, rwi.m
staff Captain POWELL CLAYTO.A.
Jr. general btaff: Captain HENRY
C. SMITHER. general staff. Captain
FRANK R. McCOY, general staff.
First Lieutenant JOSEPH H. BAR
NARD. Fifth Cavalry, will procetd
to Hot Springs. rk , and report to
the commanding officer of the Aim
and Navy General Hospital for ob
servat'on and treatment
Leave of absence for twentv dajs i .
rrnrted Captain ROBERT E. GRIN
Captain LINWOOD E HANSON. Ninth
Infantry, unon the comnletion of his
duties at Camn Perry Ohio, will re
turn to his proner station
Leave o' absence for thiee months, vvith
permission to en bevond the sea is
-ranted Mator WILLIAM K JONES
Quartermaster Corps to take effect
upon his relief from nib present
The following transfers of officers of
the In'antr" arm are ordered, to
tak effect 'VcembT 1. 19H:
Coloiel rOPERT H R LOUGHBOR
OUGH from the Thirteenth Infantry
to the Twentieth Infantrv.
Colonel HMn? A IRONS from the
Tvent!eh Infantry to the Thirteenth
Malor Mm viLt E S 'ARVIS from the
Tuentv-fo.irth Infantry to the
Twe-f second Tn'fitrv.
Ma lor fMMI'EI F SMILEY from the
Tentj-f-rf! infantry to the Twenty
Major HARrv t HIRSCH from the
Flghth Irfantn to the Eleventh In
fantrv By d'-eetln- f the President. Malor
WILLIAM K JONES, nuartermaster
eotps. Is relieved f-om detail in that
wmr o aVe effect November 23.
W He 's assln'l tt the Flghth
I"fantr. to take effect December 1.
Ceptafn MICHAEL H BARRV unas
slgne'' s PFSigned to the Tv ntv -fljst
Companv rvast. Art'Merv Co-ps
FlRt ""t RVEV PAYVF Coast
Art'llerv Corps is relevej rom as
5'crmept o the Fortieth Comnanv.
Cni.F Ar'il'erv Corps -met Is placed
on tv iir-qspiiert list Lieutenant
PM'V" "ill rt to the c-"Tiand-Irr
offe Fo-t T'n-v.ird Md . foe
A'i op r k" of tu 'ommanitlpir
"'"r of the foaet defenses of Bal
Lieutenant n i? STFELE detached
navv recruiting oartv. Great Lakes,
to wait orders
EnFlcn M I TOl.v; Hetahed New
Jersey to Marblehead Mass.. for
Chanlaln T P Tnn.MP?ON detached
Wisconsin to Vermont
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Buffalo at Mare Island; Poto
mac at Norfolk. Yorktown at Han
Pedro: Wheeling at Vera Cruz; Pres
ton at New London. Beale at
Gardlners bav . Dravton at Newport;
Nanshan at Topolobampo, and
Aberenda at Shanghai
Sailed Arethusa from Norfolk for Port
. Goes; Fall Is Here
Bummer went out vesterday In a flood
and autumn is here
The equinoctial storms arrived as per
Now will come the real theater sea
son, world series baeball football, fall
ing leaves, and snow
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Strajed or stolen fox terrier doe
with burned scar on one hip; had muzzle
and tag No 3040 Reward will be giien If
returned to IJvtr Stable, rear 1K3 Ee t
LOST A Metropolitan police badge. No S03
If founo klndlv return to J I PETERSON.
Police Headquartfr. D C . building, city
LOST At Kelth'a Theater. Thurxday matinee.
& gold and pearl handle umbrella with
Initials I. H. M Liberal reward If returned
10 Apartment 13. 1223 Vermont ave N V
LOST Sept. 11, lady's gold open-face watch
with flat ribbon attachment. In Arcade
Market. Zool Gardens 1337 Park road
FOUND Kour valltrs. 6 hats. ; package
34 umbrellas, 2 pair gloves, water gauge
1 shawl, 1 necklace. 1 dress. 1 hopping bag
1 pocltetbnok. 4 suitcase, false teeth. 3 coats.
1 books, card case. 1 ring, 1 chain, comb
and brush, eyeglass case, pair ioes. 1 pipe.
2 combs, 4 canes. 2 hatpins, 1 knife, 1 class
pin, 1 fountain pen. pair glasses, pair of
clssors Address WASHINGTON TERMI
NAL CO. UNION STATION
LOST Heavy gold 1913 class ring, in Pull
man ladles' dressing room Sunday night,
from New York, name. Lillian Blrelly.' in
aide. Phone Cleveland 777 and receive large
LOST Locket, set with diamond; W. C K.
engraved on back, lost In June. Liberal re
ward. 1704 Lamont st.
WHITE POINTER, with brown spota; tag
number SSI. Reward If returned to 113
Franklin st , South Brookland. 1
TOO OLD TO Bt 1
vm doM't voo
SELL OOT AND
TAKE IT EASY
Ads under the foilowing classi
fications when left at any of the
below branch agencies will be re
received at lc per word:
Lost and Found.
Or any ad of a personal nature.
Any ad pertaining to rooms for
rent, table board, etc., will be re
ceived at our special rate of 4c per
Out of District advertising for
Help Wanted, 8c per line. All
otner classification, 10c per line.
(Count 6 words to line.)
WANT AD URANCII AGENCIES.
A-qullh's Pharmacj. ISIS Hth St.
Astoria Pharmac), Ird and G.
Hachrach I'harmao. 8th and Ee.
Heller's Pharmacy. Sth and O.
Bojd Pharmacy. 3301 Georgia ave.
hronaugh Pharmacy, 7th and P.
Carpenter &. Dunlop. 14h and Girard.
Chnstlanl Pharmacy. Jth and M
Concord Pharmacy. ISIS N. H. ave.
Daw's I'hannacj. :3d and H.
Day & Co , Sth and G.
Dav's Pharmacy, 11th and Park road.
Smith's Pharmacy, SSld and Pa. ave.
Emerald Pharmacy, 4th and Mass. ave.
Goldenberp's Dept. Store. 7th and K.
Harvard Pharmacy. 11th and Harvard.
Heurj Pharmacy, :2nd and N.
Hlnes' Pharmacy. New Jersey ave. Q.
Mutton S. Hilton. 22nd and L.
Kann. S. Sons & Co . Dept. Store. Stb and
Koss Pharmacy, 7th and Florida ave.
Maltbv's Pharmacy. 1S67 Calvert at.
Mattlngly's Pharmacy. 14th and L.
Maver's Pharmacy. Fla. ave. and 5th.
NIchol'B Pharmacy, 19th and Pa. ave
O'Donnell's Pharmacy. Sth and F.
People's Pharmacy. 7th and E.
Rhode Island Pharmacy. 1st and R. I. ave.
Robey's Pharmacy. North Cap. and H.
Simpson's Pharmacj. 7th and R. I. av.
Times Sub. Station. 4S H.
Times Sub. Station. 1403 T.
Van Sant Pharmacv. 9th and P.
Veltch's Pharmacy, :0th and M.
Wagner's Pharmaiy. 1ft and H.
Union Station (Chrlstlanl Pharmacy).
Blumer's Pharmacv. N Cap. and R.
Columbia Pharmacj. 14th and H.
Ftrhman Pharmacy, eth and E. Cap.
Ge.'ger Pharmacv. 6th and B.
La (1 don's Pharmacj . 1200 Fla. av
Senay Pharmacy, 6th and H.
McChesney & Joachim. Sth and F.
McChesney & Joachim, 2nd and E
New- Tork Ave Pharmacj. N. Cap and N.
Arth . Co . 6S3 Pa. ava.
Hawkins' Pharmacy. 4th and Va. ave.
Nev & Co . Pa. ave. and Sth.
O'Donnell's Pharmacj, 3rd and Pa. ave.
Pvwrll Pharmacv. Hth and K
Fprurebank. H E. CO . 5th and E. Cap.
Times Sub. Station. Sth and K
Times Sub Station. 143 B.
Weller's Sth and Eje
Fuller. C . 601 lat
Harris Pharmacv. 3rd and F.
Lvnham's Pharmacy. 1213 iVi tt
Times Sub Station. 207 Nichols ave.
1.'iuciar Ph-irmam 23 rH ntir! M.
Daniel H Smith Pharmacy. 28th and Dum
Morgan's Pharmaoy, 3001 P st.
Times Sub Station. 220S M st.
Weller's Pharmacy. 3S34 M
Rurj'!' Pharmacv. Nichols ave and W.
Times Sub Etatlon 307 Nichols ave.
Linton 4 N'lson ISro-ikUnd. D C.
J R Caton. Prince and Royal
Total gros. August. 1913 1.410.1S5
Average gross. August. 1913 .H-H5
Total net. August. 1913 Ln!'
Average net. August. 1918 46,833
Total gross. August. 1913 a'V,.
Average grosi-. August 1913 .li'V.
Total net. August. 1913 's-JIJ
Average net. August. 1913 29.069
I sdemnly swear that the accompanying
statement represents the circulation of The
Washington Times as detailed, and that the
net figures represent, all returns eliminated,
the number of copies of The Times which are
rold delivered, furnished or mailed to bona
flde purchasers or subscribers
F A WALKER. General Manager.
District of Columbia, ss ...
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lat
cav of September. A D. 1913
THOMAS C WILLIS Notary Public.
HELP WANTED MALE
BARBER First-class white. $12 guaranteed
and percentage. Mead position to right
man 2123 Pa. ave N 1
FREIGHT WAGON DRIVERS Apply to Mr.
Bajllss, Knox htaMes 2nd Rnd U sts N
W . 4 p m or 6 a. to
BRIGHT BOY with bicjrle 410 G rt N
BELL HOY Colored, at HOTEL STRAT
FORD Hth and Monroe sts
BOYS 16 years of age and
over as bundle wrappers
and store messengers; excel
lent opportunities for capable
boys. Apply to C- O. Norris,
LANSBURGH & BRO.
BOYS Several neat-apparlng bojs Apply
Monday morning, THE CAPITOL CO.
712 20th st N W
BOY with wheel, around store 636 F st
BOYS over 16 and young men
with bicycles can earn from $1
to $3 per day. Apply
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
14th and F Sts. N. W.
15 I'M GETTING
LJ ( V J
rzsri Ci 3i I
0LP AND STIFF
oiv- i -aijv
v: j3 r ik
ANX OflC. TO
RviV "THE BOSKie
HELP WANTED MALE
BOYS Cash and floor mes
sengers; permanent posi
tions; promotion to those
showing ability. Apply a I
once to Supt., Hecht & Co..
511-17 7th st. n.wV
To rell THE WASHINGTON TIMES
In everj town In Virginia. West VIr
glnla and Mir) land Write for partic
ulars at once to the "Country Circula
tion Manager." Washington Times.
Watnlngton I) C.
BOYS 16 to 18 years of
age, for general store work.
Apply to Superintendent,
BOY Is )ears old. for all around work 1115
Hth st N. W 1
BOYS Two, with wheels: good pay 712 20th
st N. W. 1
Are you over ten years of age?
Do you want to have a paying
business of your own after school
hours? Do you want to show
your father and mother whit kind
of stuff you are made of? Then
start right now, by getting your
self a Times routa. Lefs talk It
over at The Times today. Start
where most of our greatest men
Start today, now is your greatest
chance. Call at the Circulation
Department of The Washington
The Washington Times will
finance you to start AP the capi
tal you need is the willingness to
BOOTBLACK for barber shop Sos 13th irt
CLEANER AND PREISER Experienced
Apply COLUMBIA CLEANING AND
PRESSING CO, IK", th st N W -
COLORED BOYS With bi
cycles, for special delivery
service. Apply at once, Mr.
Elgin, Delivery Dept., Gold
enberg's, 7th & K.
COLOKED MAN for general work around
store; onlj those with ttfst references re
garding character need apply before 10 a, m
537 13th ut
ERRAND BOY wanted at 704 Hth at N. W.
ERRAND BOY Colored, with hlcvcie7at
m - n. llin st . v
ELEVATOR BOY Cumberland Apartment
"vup. in anu jmp ave
GLOVE FITTER Experienced Apply Em
ployment Office, seventh floor. WOOD
WARD & IXTHROP.
HOTEL HELP In all departments BUR
GESS AGENCY, i-Ci 10th st. N W.
LATROBE HAND and two helpers. Apply
J 8 CALLAK. 10S Sth st N B
MAN to work, meet me at Times office at 7
n't lock In morning
12"5 7th st N W
PAPERHAN'Onit Tall at 1R10 Sth it. N. W
between i and 6 o'clock p m
PAPERHANGERS and wall 7rapers at oncT;
Meady work 3120 Hth st N W.
PRESSER wanted, also bushelman Apply
at once 603 B st N W
FLUMRER-Jnbhlng hand, stats experience.
BOX 115. Times office l
PORTER In store
st N W
WEYMAN'S. 3040 14th
ONE BOY WANTED.
At once to servo a Times Route
already established in the neighbor
hood of Mt. i'leawint and Hth
Route in paying now from $10.00
to $15.00 per month. (Ioh1 chance
for j on to put in your spare time
after school hours.
Come in today and ask for Cir
culation Manager of The Washing
SALESMAN An experlcned men's furnish
lngs goods U1 I- H1RVH ai2F.
SOLICITORS for bank deposits. Immediate
work for experienced men Inexperienced
ones taught free Address UAMvKRS' AUX
ILIARY BUREAU 200 2d stN. W 1
SHEET METAL WORKERS and helpers P
F BRAN'DhTEDT, 222 John Marshall place
Arplj 1524 North Capitol
TAIIOR rirst-rlass ladles' only experi
enced need apply M PASTERNAK. 1232
Hth st N W
TAII.OR First-class for old and new work
1104 Hth st N W 1
WANTED Glove buver. best reference re
quired regarding ability jnd reputation
Address BOX 13S. Times office
Adventures of Adkin, the Want Ad Scout The Adventure With the Tradesman,
TRY TO 5ELL
HELP WANTED MALE
E WANT TWO MEN AT ONUE
to begin our lourse. ee us before It's too
T1IF NATIONAL AI TO COLLEGE.
th nnd O sts N A' Open Till 9pm
WE etn show jou sraduates who ale makln: J
120 week, our auto colli ge teaches the xliort i
method: small vost 111 D N W (rean 1 I
YOUNG MAN in the twensles of good ad
ilrees and Iwsi of references for special
work outside on a wheel .second floor front. I
1329 O st. N W. I
VOUNG MEN 2B. with blcvcles guaranteed
$2 a (lav. K'pb at once DIAIC MES-
SENGER SERA ICE. 717 12th st NW M SI 20
YOUNG MAN who has knowledgp 6r high
diss advertising Address BOX 136. Times
YOUNG MAN 1 6 or 18 for
collector; Apply between
4 and 5 o'clock WASHING
HELP WANTED FEMALE
BRIGHT YOUNG LADY
In advertising department of
The Washington Times. Must
be neat, attractive and wilting
to work. Apply between 6
and 7 this evening at Room
425 Alunsey Building.
BOOKKEEPER DoubJ. entry: state experi
ence and salary. BOX 116. Times office.
BUYER for knit underwear and sweater
department, only thoe with best refer
ences regirdlng character and ability need
apply Address BOX 131. Times office.
COAT HANDS Several firvt-class. at once
H. NULLER. lilt 17th st N. W.
GIRL Colored, for general housework; stay
nights. 1311 21 st st
GIRL to wait In cafe; good hours. Apply
after 6 p. m.. 714 7th st N. W.
GIRL to address envelopes Apply 912 Hth
St. -no. iioor. jionoay morning.
HOTEL HEAD CLEANER, chambermaids.
waitresses, checkers, at once. FISHER'S
AGENCY. 419 10th St.
LADY COLI.ECTOR One familiar with city
Apply Room MS. S33 15th st N AY.
Experienced in China and
Glassware. Apply Employ
ment Office, Seventh Floor,
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Apply at once. KING'S PALACE.
SALESI-ADA" Experienced VELATI'8. 609
14 th St. N AV.
WAIST DRAPERS; also apprentices. 1305
Eye St. N. AA-.
WHITE EARLY CLEANERS-Apply RA
LEIGH HOTEL. Housekeeper
WANTED Experienced millin
ery apprentices and preparer.
Apply, King's Palace, 810 7th
WA NTED Homely young women with good
figures as live models In National btjla
Show, October 1. 2 and 3 Address by letter
only MODEL MISTRESS. Rauscher's. Conn,
ave and L st N AA"
WANTED Capable and well dressed demon
strators for National Stjle Show, October
1, 2 and 3 Address by letter only DIREC
TOR. Rauscher's Conn ave. and L st -
AAOHKIN'G GIRL Good for general house
work 1212 Q st 1." AV
AA OMAN Settled, for general housework,
small family, slay nights 616 M st N. EL
YOUNG LA DA' about 22 jears old to work In
drug store F R. RICHARDSON & CO,
3rd and Pa. ave. N W
WELL MO OflE
AM0 MADE ME
Male and Female.
Kverjbodj ard anybody that la look
ing and wanting to be Independent by
fhls Is open to all men. women, bova
end slrl who want to make big
prolts Ht onci.
Good Locations Are Now Open
where jo. i ran prniltabls put In vour
i iin In sclllns The Washlngtci Times
In the ill)
nine in todav and ask for Mr. L
MldlT. I'IRi'ULATION MANAQJ2R.
and he will show jou how vou cm
make On- Dollar (Jl Oi the first day
and more the n-xt. and still more as
jou go alone.
BUTLER ami cook (coloredi man and wife,
lee rit. 4". two recommended men.
cooking mil housework. Columbus, Ohio 110,
farts given El ItEKA. 1011 New York ave
AGENTS Bj tompany writing life, accident
and health Insurance; excellent commission;
fuilj Kjulpped office to right men Apply
C A' WRIGHT. 316 Hth st N AV.
WAN 1 1 J SALESMEN
SALEMEN wanted; profitable Bide line not
requiring samples, for salesmen making
dmall t'wn and country stores In Maryland,
Virginia and Carnllnas. AA'rlic Manager. 605
SIS 14th st V AV . Washington. D. C.
YOUNG MAN. former timekeeper, rapid at
figures, wishes clerical position or collec
ts. ROX 112. Times office.
GARDENER. German, married, wants posi
tion on estate near AVashlngton; best of
references HOX 13S. Times office.
CONFECTIONERY, old established and on
business st , nice house, cheap rent; sell
fur half value.
GROCERY, one beat pajlng stands In city
at price asked; cheap rent; see It at once.
ROOMING HOUSE near Carnegie Library;
cheap rtnt. nicely furnished; quick sale
Delicatessen store nw.; owner must sell this
week, paying well, want offer.
LUNCH ROOM and cafe: near Junction of
several car lines, receipts 327 day; best
bargain In city at $500
CORNER notion, confectionery and light
groctry opposite school: Just stand fur
lady, price $275, rent $25: 7 rooms.
NEAV YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1423 F.
GROCERA. S AA' ; best location, will sac
rifice on account of sickness. Receipts over
$30 per daj Rent $3. this Is a first-class
place; Uting rooms.
SPECIAL BARGAIN, grocery N E : must
be sold Rent $21 Price $175, worth $300
ROOMING house. Eye St., 14 r.; rent 165. $550.
ROOMING house. K st , 12 r ; rent $55. $400.
ROOMING house. N. A", ave . 12 r ; rent $50.
ROOMING house. Eve st., 11 r : rent $55. $350.
ROOMING house. 10th st . 11 r.. rent $35, $250.
ROOMING house, N Y. ave., u r.; rent $70.
ROOMING house. 13th st , 11 r . rent $51. $175.
ROOMING house, 6th st . 16r . rent 165. $500.
ROOMING house. If st-. 19 r , rent $65. $250.
ROOMING house. F st , near 16th. 12 r.; fine
furniture; rent $10, price right.
ROOMING house, near Union Station; cafe
first floor. 12 r : rent $40. see this.
All the above houses best nw locations.
MARSHALL BUS BROKERS. 913 N. Y. ave.
ROOMING HOUhE 13th St.. near Iowa
Circle, price, $26". on terms We advertise
rooming houses free Get our list before
EQUITY BUS. GROKERS. 1227 N. T. ave.
OYSTER BUSINESS, bargain If sold linme
dlatelj'. 804 4th st. N IS
FOR SALE Grocery store, reasonable quick
bujer. excellent opportunity. 632 II st. sw.
STORE 5c and 10c store: no opposition: fine
location and cneap uux 96. Times o:nce.
tvAD C? T C ? Aj4n stnrd dlr as (rrwirf Vl.tfll.
r rv tr-a-n-a. '-""".tij rtuai.. uwit-r. ---v -
ne9. poor health came of telling. 2-C6 9th
et N W. .
a T HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
keeps the doors clean and bright, and gives
them a polished finish. Good for your furni
ture. Trj It. 50c gal . delivered. Used by
tho U. S Gov't, and over 10,000 families for
the last 25 years. 113 Pa ave N. W, M. 5158.
Saturday, Sept. 20th
CLCbtyu Uo CaAAasvt'
AN AD IN
IT WILL 0RIN&
FOR RENT ROOMS
THE WASHINGTON TIMLi. HOARD
ING AND ROOM DIRECTORY
CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE
FOUR SECTIONS OF THE CITY
FACfLITATES EASY REFERENCE.
ird ST. N W.. 42o N'lcely furnished hall
room ana ironi room, i. n ... " "
PA. AVE. N. W.. I13-Two housekeeping.
gas ranges, steam, 114 up. single roomie Js
to flO month, l'hone Main 7177.
H ST. N. AA'., D1J I-irge sunny bright room:
well furnished: 10 per month. ;
G ST N.AA., 311 Two"beautiful large rooms,
with porch and water, heat, nousekeeplng:
NEW JERSET AVE, N. AV . lC3For house
keeping. 3 completely furnished warm front
rooms: tJO month.
3d ST. N. W.. MS targe and small nicely
fur. rooms: ladies, gentlemen, or L h. k. If
13th ST. N..W., I22 Large, well turnUhad.
second door front room, hot-water heat.
MT. VERNON PL.. 809-Nlc.ely fur. front and
back parlor, desir. office doctor or lawyer:
nicely lurnlshed rooms. .
Eth bT. N. AV.. 712 Nice rooms, hot-water
beat. I. h.k.:J12 per month.
3rd ST. N. W.. 6C4-Large front room with
kitchenette, completely lurnlshed tor I. h. k.
i:th ST. N. AV.. 1319-Large L h k room.
112; parlor, kitchenette. vlobet.tlS M
IND. AVE. N. W.. 330-One small third
floor room, next to bath; large closet; well
lighted; private home. Fhone Main 79S6.
IND. AVE. N. AV.. 330 Comfortable, well
kept rooms, near Union Station? opposite
Pension Office park; hot water heat. Phone
20th. ST. N. W.. 712 Southern exposed well
fur. room; close to Y. M. C. A.: reason
able; free phone and pool table.
717 lith at. N. W.
$3.50 to $4.00 per week
Rooms by day orwek.
3rd bT. N. W., 619 Hall room; convenient
location. Also young man w-mcu vo sums
room with party from A'lrglnla.
F ST. N. W-. 173$ 2 southern exposure nna.;
hot water heat; homelike. Transients.
6th ST. N. W., 6142 communicating rooms.
2nd floor; furnished.
Jth ST. N. W.. 723 Furnished rooms, $7 per
month; by week If desired.
H ST. N. W.. 91 Several nicely fur. rooms;
1. 2 or 3 gentlemn; transients.
R bT. N. AV.. 1706 One large and 3 ball
13th ST. N. W., 918 The Damarascota;
nicely furn. room. Phone 246S. !
O ST. N. AV., 803 Nicely furnished room,
$3 00 per week; suitable for two gentlemen.
T ST. N. W., 1777 Attractively furn. rms.;
bj clay, week or montn; 1. h. k. allowed.
EYE ST. N. W.. 810 Neatly furnished
room, $12 per month; gentlemen preferred.
10th ST. N. W... 122S-A homelike room with
a good clean bed: steam heat.
K ST. N. W., 709 Well furnished rooms;
bath, hot and cold water; conveniences.
L ST. N.-W.. 6344-NIceIy fur. rms. for I.h.
k.; any floor; kitchenette, reasonable.
G ST. N. W 415 Several nicely fur. rooms,
suitable I or 2, newly papered and painted;
I9tJ?.fJT' N' w- '"-Attractive rooms, with or
without private bath; near two car lines
till nanlsi hn tw ..J
...... y.P. htwjt in.reu ana painted I
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 941-2. a. or 4 fur. r
im. iwuui nam ana not-water. 1'
PA. AAE. N. W., 1208-Opp. Raleigh HoteL
Rates to Govt, employes exceptionally low
for winter; strictly modern. HOTEL WEST
THE HORTON. Apart. 2. 2217 llth-Elegant
suite 4 rooms, bath and kitchenette, also
other rooms. N 7452. i"
8th ST. N. AA'.. 1236-Nlcely furnished rooms
In private family; well heated, reasonable.
12th ST. N W.. 2821-DealrabIe rooms, single !
nr en autre- hath m- n.. ..-. ... f f
Hy: very reasonable, convenient to cars. 1
IOAA'A CIRCLE. 12 Medium-sized 2nd floor
front room: also very large back room: prl
vate fan lb. s
II ST. N. AA'.. 1213 Large nicely fur. rooms;
bath; central location, reasonable rates.
4th ST. N. W.. 70S Nicely fur. front roo-n.
suitable for 2: reasonable rates.
2nd ST. Jf. W.. 522 Large two-room, bay
window flats, front; steam heat, also small
flats, reasonable. 1
D ST. N. W. 121 Nicely furnished flrst
and second-floor large front room, suitable
for two or more students. !
14th ST. N. AV . SC-N'lcely fur. room; run
ning water; brass beds; 3 mlnutoa from
Sth ST.. 110S Nicely fur. rooms, adjoining
bath, suitable for 2; with good home table
board, also hall rooms. 1
6th ST. Jf. W.. 7243 fine communicating
rooms. In private family; hot-water, gas.
4th ST. N. E . 4262 large nlcel) furnished
rooms, suitable for 1. h. k.. convenient to
B faT. N. E. 1011 Entire top floor of two-
etory house, three rooms, bath, heat; $21 50
Sth ST N. E . 1020W Nicely fur room In
apartment, refined family, reasonable. '
3rd ST. N. E . 411 Neatly fur rooms. In
private familj, near Union Station, colored.
3rd ST. N. E.. 511 Lirge nicely furnished
room, suitable for one or more gentlemen
MARYLAND AVE. N. E.. 320-Nlcely fur
nished rooms near Capitol and Library,
suitable for 2 1
6th ST, N E , 825 Three beautiful fur. rooms
second floor, beautiful brass bed. hot-water
heat. 1 h k 1
MD AAE N. E.. 12402 fur. rms . gentlemen;
hot water heat, board opt. Phone Line. 2U23.
A'IRGINIA AA'E S. E., 714 Large 2nd floor
room: sultabIefor 2 gentlemen
6th ST S E., 327 Two comfortable rooms,
flrst floor, sink In one, hot water heat,
furnished, housekeeping. !
PA AVE. S E., 1016 Nicely furnished front
room, southern exposure: second floor.
D 8T. S. W., 714 Two large rooms, second
fl'or: heat, gas and bath. $14
K ST S E . t20-Excellent table board by
the day. week or month.
j$ lV l ! I
FOR RENT ROOMS
Jrd ST N. W, 919 Tw nice unfurnished
rooms: cheap. 1
9th ST. N. W . 727 Three unfurnished roomi!
light, heat and bath; I1S.W month.
Sth ST. N. W.C 707 A'ery large front room,
southern expovure: heat and gas.
PV. AVE. N W.. Wre-J rmi. 2d floor, l.h.k-:
hot water heat, gas bath; all convenlnces.
13th ST.. UC4 Two 2d story rooms, next to
bath, private family, reasonable.
Sth ST N W.. 1414 Four rooms; heat. gas.
bath; front and back porch; h. k.; $11 mo.
Sth ST N W.. 1525 Three large unfurnished
reoiis: ga: h. w. hrat. 1
K ST. N. E.. 49 Three fine unfurnished
rooms nn second door near bath; reason
able. D ST. N. E . 130 Three unfurnished rooms;
1 h. k.. second floor, heat and gas.
th ST. N. E., 123 Two unfur. front rooms;
second floor; heat and gas.
E ST. N. E.. "0 Kor rent. 3 unfurnished
rooms: 2nd floor: no children. I
H ST. N. E.. 920-3 roonu partially fur. or
unfur.. heat and gas; 1. h. k . $15. 1
A ST N E.. C3 2d floor. 3 rooms, kitchen
ette, bath. sink, reasonable: no children. 1
G ST. S. E.. 4C5 Three large light unfur
nished rooms: second floor: gas: on car line;
reasonable: suitable for 1. h. k.
9th ST. 8.- E.. 220 Two front rooms; new
house; hot-water heat; large closets: porch;
3 car lines: very desirable. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
Famished or Unfurnished.
CORCORAN ST.. 1512 Communicating or
single rooms, with or without board. '
Hth ST. N. AA'.. 1246 Rooms for rant: fur.
or unfur; rent reasonable.
Uth ST. N. W 1021 Furnished or un
furnished; very desirable rooms; flrst and
second floor; hot water heat. Call after
5 on Sundaj-, 1
K ST. N. E.. 23 House of 11 rooms and
bath: near Pension Office.
EYE ST. N. E . IS Three fur. or unfur.
rooms near G. P. O.
2nd ST. N. E.. 2t Two. throe, or four
bright, comfortable rooms, near all cars.
Cap, and Union Station: housekeeping. 1
MD. AVE. N. E.. 6U Nicely furnished or
unfurnished rooms: 3rd floor; steam gas.
ROOMS AND BOARD
MT. A'ERNON PLACEl 8(8 Facta Carnegie
Library: south front room: suitable for 3
or 3; $1S per month each, with excellent
3rd ST. Jf. E.. 513 Large front rooms, with
or without board, reasonable.
N ST. N. W... 937 Good home cooking; Tery
reasonable: early breakfast IX desired. N.
15th ST. N. W.. 1404 Attractive double and
single rooms with board; excellent table.
9th ST. N. W.. 1022 Nicely fur. steam-heated
rooms: large bay window; front, hall and
back rooms modern house and bath; plenty
hot water: for rent at moderate prices; best
table board. $3 50 per week; centrally located.
R. I. AVE., 1416 Front room, attractively
furnished, with board, for two. $60 per
month; also hall room.
9th ST. N. W.. 815 Third floor front," lafeo
well fur., hot-water heat: with fine table
board, other rooms, reasonable.
K ST. N. AV.. 1113Select place centrally lo
cated: large and small rooms.
L ST. N. W.. 1337 Elegant furn. rms. with
board; prlv. baths If desirable; transients.
K ST. N. W.. 1223 Large rooms with or
without board. Reasonable rates.
MT. VERNON PL. N. W.. 713 Large south
front room; bath: excel, board; transients.
9th ST. N. AV.. 733 Rooms and board. $5 00;
table. $150; I a. m. breakfast. 1
MT. VERNON PL.. 813-Furnlshed roams;
home table oard: hot-waur heat: con
A ST. N. E . 643 Rooms for rent In a-small
With or without board. 1
6th ST. N. E . 2 Corner house: two com
municating front rooms: private bath; suit
able for thrn gentlemen: excellent table;
MRS. MACE PARTRIDGE.
2723 Hth st Jf. W. Phone CoL 346L
BRADFORD S DETECTIA'E SERVICE.
COLORADO BUILDING. 14th and G. Phone
Main 2525. Licensed. Bonded. Founded 1S5.
Fxpert secret service Any cause, all sec
tions. Night phone Columbia 1924. 1
MRS D. R. WHEELER.
Mechano-Theraplst. Scientific Massage.
1112 N Y ave N AV. M. 8373.
TUBER'-UI.OSIS can be cured: a new
meth.xl. will call bj appointment. For par
ttrtjars. addres? DOCTOR. Box 12L Times
lAlTS f-MTvT MANICURE AND
iUJOO VjYJ.1N f,OALP treatment.
716 7th nw . Apt 1 Opn eves. Ph. M. 7425.
MISS JAAIRRON. Manicure, face massage.
and scalp treatment 1304 G. st. N. AA".. 2nd
floor front Hours from 10 il. m. to 4 p. m
DR. SHADE- &&&
30 j tars' practice treating the stomach.
skin, blood and nervous diseases. Medicines
AVHY NURSE Chronic Constipation. Rheu
natim. Diseases of the jervous sjstem.
Poor Circulation of the Blood, etc.. when
MECHANO-THERAPY anl A' A C U U M
TREATMENT will give )OJ health by re
storing the circulation J. F. Brauer, M. T.
Ph M 3SS8 1115 AVoodwan Bldg 1
DR. NICHOLSON--' w.
DISEASE of the NERVOUS SYSTEM.
SKIN. ECZEMA LUPUS. .,. .
SKIN CANCERS. MEPIOLnES SUPPLIED
fTCJC3 vrnrT fo and assistant.
iVllOO A Jlii-J-O Usnlcure and bcalp
Treatment. 930 N. Y. avs.. 3d floor. Hrs. 9 to 5.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES
And Cooling Rooms Have No Equsi
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.. 611 F S. W
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES;
115 up; easy payments: $12 up. cash.
Free repair estimates. 913 9th nw. Ph. M. js
A SMALL STOCK of groceries and store
fixtures for sale at a sacrifice; hours; 10-4
Tuesday and AA'ednesday. 41 II st. 8. E.
FEATHER BEDS Good condition; walnut
hall racks and miscellaneous articles: rra
sonable. 428 4th at. N. E.
FOR HALE An entire set of slightly used
flrst semlster B. H. S. books. Call after i
P. m.. 627 Q st. N. W. !
FOR SALE Book csss and desk combined,
very handsome. $23.50. cost about $60
Easy Terms If Desired
Sav Money. Buy at
EIGHTH AND K. -
DROPHEAD NO. 9. Wheeler & Wilson Sew
ing; Machine; all attachments. $11: Dai
drophead Singer, practically new. $15.50. E.
E. HARRIS. 2109 Hth st. N. 1365. 1-
131$ 13th ST. N. W.. Bradbury upright piano.
$100; Oliver typewriter, visible. $27.50; len
FOR SALE Large buffet, suitable for lunch
rewm. hotel, boarding house or back bar.
$S5. cost about $250.
Easy Terms If Desired
Sav Mcney. Buy at
EIGHTH AND K. ,
CASH, upright piano, mahog
any case, brand new. Address
BOX m. TIMES OFFICE.
FOR SALE Furniture, cheap; leaving eltr.
123 New Jersey ave. N. W
GOOD BUTTERMILK, tc glass:' not sour
J. B. HOPKINS. Stand 19S. Center Market.
FOR SALE-Piano: upright; slightly
$SS. cost about $2.
Easy Terms If Desired
Save Money. Bay at
EIGHTH AND K
SECOND-HAND bricks, lumber, mantels,
doors, sash, windows, etc; will buy bouse
complete- IL J. PHILLIPS. 210 North Cap
itol at. I
COWS2 Jersey. 1 Durham, fresh; In excellent
condition; reasonable. Write O. W. DAVIS.
Takoma Park. D. C. or phone CoL 338L
SHADES Good quality opaque shades, fitted
to your windows, only 35c; the best qual
ity oil opaque shades, 50c; hung free. W
call with samples.
KLEEBLATT-8. Uth A H sts. N. E.
FOR SALE Iron safe; large file .case; lc
box: cashier's desk: 20 show cases: all'slzej.
Easy Terms If Desired
Save Money. Bay at
EIGHTH AND K.
ENTIRE stock of store fixtures to be closed
out regardless of value, consisting-of On
wall cases, counters, outside showcases, larga
marble slabs, oak shelving; cash, registers.
Iron safe, etc
COOK, BATJM & CO., '
STH AND D STS. N. W.
FOR SALE ALL BUILDING MATERIAL.
' INCLUDING CABINET MANTELS. AT
NOS. 5. 7. 9. 11 C at. N. E. Apply on prem
FOR SALE Furniture, new and slightly
used: almost anything; you need.
Terms If Desired
Save Money. Buy at
. EIGHTH AJTOlK. -
PLAYER-PIANO (88-note). bought for W75:
I rand-new. never been used; wllf sacrifice
U.T $223. BOX 100. Times offlcee. 1
FOR SALE 23-foot motor boat, complete
with 20-h. p. engine: a bargain: cash or
E. A. OARLOCK. 1U2 Conn. ave.
FOR SALE Hall rack, golden oak: good aa
new. $16.50. cost about $30.
Easy Terms If Desired
Save Money. Buy at
EIGHTH AND K.
GO TO MAX WITKINS for highest prices
piM for second-hand furniture; will call
from card or phone. 2100 14th at. N 2964.
AA'E pay the highest prices for second-hand
furniture, consult us. SQUARE DEAL
FL R. CO.. 5C1 Eye st. Jf. W. Phone M. 5634.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for old goid. silver
and diamonds FOR MANUFACTURING
SAKS OPTICAL CO. 70S 7th at. N. W.
COOPER HAS the demand for the better
kind of furniture and art objects, and wilt
give jou a splendid cash figure for what you
don't want. 814 F st. N. AA'. Ph. Main 7292.
HIGHEST CASH price paid forworn clothing;
either ladles or gentlemen's: send postal,
will call. B. TARSHES. 130$ 7th St. N. W.
Phone North 499.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets. te.
Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have us calL
"WESCHLER'S." 920 Pa. ave. N. W.
WANTED Furniture for cash Sell your
goods to the man who gives you the most
money. See HOPWOOD. Sth and K. 1
I WANT TO BUT all the old gold, silve'.
and diamonds you have no use for I pa
highest prices for same.
&05i Hth st. NW.
CANDIES AND DAINTIES
DOZENS of new dsse made with AVhlt
man's marhmallo.v whip.
REX CANDY TALACE. 910 G N. W
WORKINGMEN Big Jobbers that handle
good pants like to sell to a man who cat
use SCO or more pairs, and we can. that's
why we save you 25- and much more money
on slightly used suits. $3 to $10. one. price.
JUSIH'S OLD STAND. 619 D 1
SPECIAL OFFER Suits of own ma- CJ1 (T
terlal. including findings .. iSXO
JOS. HOFFMAN CO . Ladles' Tailors and
Furriers. 717 Hth st. N AV 1
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. Free lec
tures for women Wednesdaj. 3 p. m. Nat
ural non-surgical cloth bound ICO-page book
free. 916 Colorado Building
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
HOUSE REPAIRING and jobbing of all
kinds, estimate and plan free F I
THOMPSON. Col 3212. Shop. Col. 67$. 1621
Park road. I
Nearly Every Drug
Store in Washington
is a TIMES Branch
Agency. Leave Your
Wants With Them