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THE WASHESTGTOy TIMES,' SATURDAY,' DECEMBER 6,! 1913. "
MYSTERY GIRL IS
I SUGGESTED THE
Princeton, Ind., Police Place
Fraud Charge Against Her.
Hearing is Continued.
(Continued from First Page-
Barnctt she plead with him to set her
free. "I am onlv a joung and tender
girl,"' she appealed to the Judge, her
eyes filling with tears. "Won't you
. please, please get me out or this trou
ble? I don't want to go back to that
', Detention Home, i have friends who
-vrill take care of me.''
Then she revealed her story on the
stand under the questlonin of Judge
After the hearinc she was given into
the custody of tiie matron, who took
her to the station wagon which was
waiting just outside the City Hall.
Neighbors Say Girl
Is Hidden For Years
PJUNCETCOX. Ind.. Dec C Louise
Kerri3 is the niece of Martin and Emma
Ferris, of this city, and is about
twenty-four years old. Her real name
is Mary. She lias always teen known
us their daughter. SInccshe was a young
er hool girl she has been confined at her
Jiomc by her parents as a recluse, and
neighbors who have lived close to the
I'erns home here say they have not
mg the fact that she has been at home
during this time.
Ferris and wife were indicted recently
by a Federal grand jury at Indianapolis
on a coarse 01 coiiuucuug a. jc
marriage bureau. Ferris is about sixty
live years old and his wife is sixty-two.
Several weeks ago Ferris visited
Washington and called on Senator
Xern. in reference to his indictment by
the postoffico authorities. At the same
time the niece disappeared and has not
Jieen seen about the home since.
In their matrimonial bureau opera
tions. It is alleged that the Ferris' se
cured considerable meney from men in
all parts of the United States who were
duped by them.
Ferris refuses to be seen. The Fer
i rises carried on their alleged matri-
znonlal bureau under various names,
Kmma Ferris, Susan Myers and Ora
.May Ferris. The first is the name of
IMrs. Ferris, the second was her maiden
name and the latter the name of
another daughter who does not live at
home. Ora May Ferris was arrested
J -with her parents and taken to Vin
cennes and arranged before Commis
sioner llouse some months ago, nut tiie
Federal grand jury failed to indict her.
T m SHOWS
Judge Advocate General Reports
Only 590 Trials in a Year,
' With 739 on Duty.
WALTEK L. HANSLEY,
Congressman From Missouri, Whose
Resolution Was Condemned In House
Knrrlsliurg, Pa. A man Identified
as Ml F. Rebert, of Gettysburg;, cut
the throat of Anna Henslnger. of
Lewisburg, and killed himself during
a quarrel In a cab.
StcnbenTllIc, Ohio. The first local
option election held in Ohio since the
liquor law became effective resulted
in Steubenvllle voting "dry" by 16C
majority. The election closed fifty
Kansas Cit. Mrs. Adele Trow
bridge Salisbury, wifo of Commodore
George R. Salisbury. U. S. N., retired.
Alley Jimith. of Pittsburgh, It was
granted a divorce here.
St. PruL 31 r. John A. Johnson,
widow of Governor Johnson, will be
mairied on Christmas day to William
Alley Smith, cf lPttsburgh, it was
Anti-Saloon League to Send
Delegation of 1,000 Mem
bers With Resolution.
Presentation will be made to Congress
Wednesday by a committee of 1,000 of
the resolution recently adopted by the"
Anti-Saloon League of America provid
inc for national prohibition. The ap
j.clntmcnt of the committee, which con
fc'&ts of the representatitves of all the
States, was authorized at the recent
biennial convention of the Anti-Saloon
league of America at Columbus, Ohio,
h' lection being made by the local
branches. The committee will meet
Wednesday morning at the Raleigh Ho
tel and march to the Capitol, where the
evolution will be received by Senator
Morris Sheppard on behalf of the Senate
nd Congressman Richmond Pearson
HcbEon. on behalf of the House.
Appointment of the committee of the
ollowlng local representatives was an
nounced by the Anti-Saloon League of
he District today: Andrew Wilson,
lames L. Kwin, Rev. Charles A. Butler,
Tier. George A. Miller, Rev. J. Milton
Waldron. Rev. A. W. Spooner, George
W Callahan. H. V Easterling, Edward
Tarring, A. E. Shoemaker. Rev. E. E.
Wiseman, Rev. W. A. Haggerty, Henry
" .Williams, Francis M. Bradley. James
K Fraser, Edward P. Taft, Jesse C.
ter. L. Cabell Williamson, Rev. Ed-
rtaru .. kicks, owen p. Kellar, Robert
. L. Smith. W. W. Millan. James L.
Hugh. Walter a. Johnston. William H.
tamsey. Dr. W. I. McKennj. Ijee D.
'uimer. Rev. W. R. Wedderspoon. Rev.
. C. Gallahcr. William Navare Crom-
ill. Dr. M. F. Thompson. Rev. J. A.
ampbell. Bexford L. Holmes, Robert
t'arr E. W. Oyster. James Trimble,
Matthew E. O'Brien. C. Clinton James
e -y S. Foster. Rev. George F. Dudle
"ror. C. W. Skinner. Rev. Eugene A.
Hannan. Rev. Charles Wood, Frederick
- rishback, Charles S Muir, Jacob H
ichhghtcr. William H Harris, Anson
Taylor. William Knowles Cooper
nd J T Petty.
An open meeting of the committee will
e held Wednesdaj night at Memorial
'ontinental Hall, at which addresses
ill be made by a number of prominent
empt ranee advocates. A business con
ference, followed by a luncheon, iill be
eld at Rauscher's the following day.
Efficiency To Rule
In Interior Offices
Competitive examinations and fffi-
lency are to be the basis for proiro-
on of employes of the Interior Depart
ment under a new policy determined
pon ijy Secretary Lane. The Secretary
ith Commissioner of Patents Ewmg,
lave given the new sjstem a trial in
'he Patent Office, and both officials are
much gratified at the result.
Three hundred asistatnt patent exam
iners were recently put thiouRh a com
petitive examination, being given piuc
Ucal questions and problems that they
are called upon to meet every dav in
iheir work. The examination waj iire
Bared bv four examiners In two parts,
ihe first for the first and :-econd as.?l;t
ant examiners, and the other for the
third and fourth assastant examiners.
The firsts had a general average of ?A
the seconds ;o. thirds 77. and foiirtns 70.
If it Is found to be expedient, S--cre-tary
Lane is determined to extend this
efficiency system throughout the depart
ment as a permanent policy.
Shipyards Strike Ends.
BOSTON. Dec 6. Two hundred em
ployes of the Fore river Shipbuilding
Company, who have been on strike, re
Humed work today, following a confer
ence with General Manager Smith.
Su5 Baltimore 'and Return, Baltimore
cnd"Ohlo. Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 A. M. train
Monday. Quick service and all trains
"b wnyft Advt.
Xcit York. The appellate dlllon
of the supreme court af Aimed an
interlocutory decree of divorce in
favor of Mrs. Lucy Dahlgren against
Eric B. Dahlgren. son of Rear Ad
miral Dahlgren, U. & N.
Chicago. Pardon Is being nought
for Joshua Tedford. who, with a
penitentiary sentence hanging over
him, has during the last nine years.
worked his way from discharged
policeman to superintendent of one
of the largest men's furnishings
stores in the world.
Chicago. Elizabeth. Hall and Lena
Douglas today began their duties as
the first and second hotel bell "hop
cttes" in the world. Jennie Scherer,
the world's third "hopette," was un
able to start because her uniform,
would not fit.
MoundBTille, AV. Vn. The Iter.
James A. Graham, aged sixty-seven,
who had been serving a life term
under the habitual criminal act, was
pardoned by Governor Hatfield. Gra
ham, an itinerant minister, had serv
ed three terms for horse stealing, and
on his fourth conviction was sen
tenced to a life term.
rtljthe, CcL Two men, auvpected of
robbing Palo Verde Valley Bank of
35,000 and killing Cashier Bowles
three days ago, were captured; $4,450
found on the prisoners.
Boston llayor Fitzgerald, who col
lapsed while inspecting a cheap
lodging house, was confined to his
bed, doctors order rest.
Kenoifca, Wis. Math las Were, a
Ker.osha tanner, who went to Japan
in the '70s at the request of Em
peror to teach American tanning
methods, announces retirement.
Pittsburgh. "g Pons Chew, vice
consul cf the Chinese Republic at
San Francisco, awarded honorary de
gree of doctor of letters by the Uni
versity of Pittsburgh.
Depending on the standard of com
parison selected, the conduct of the
soldiers stationed at Fort Myer, Va..
is either veYy good or very bad. Plac
ed beside the behavior chart -of the
enlisted men, say at Fort Bliss, Tex
the record of the men at Fort Slyer
looks like the school report of a
"mother's pet" on the day before
Christmas. Contrasted with the show
ing of the soldiers at Fort Armstrong,
Hawaii, or Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,
there Is nothing about the local sit
uation to call for an extra supply of
There's no going behind the figures.
The yare all set forth, with percent
ages computed. In the annual report
or tne judge advocate or tne army,
made public today. Take Fort Myer,
for example. There, during the last
year, an average enlisted strength of
739 men was .present on the last day
of each month. In that time, there
was a total of B90 trials by summary
courts for various offenses. In other
words, the percentage of trials for
offenses during the year at Fort
Myer was 80.
Many Trials at Fort Bliss.
At Fort Bliss, the percentage was
123, based on the fact that with an
average of 616 men on duty, there
were 761 trials. At Fort Armstrong,
the percentage was 3 with an average
of 84 men stationed at the post, and
at Jefferson Barracks there were 306
trials with an average of 1,050 sta
tioned at the barracks.
On the whole the deportment showing
of the army, according to the judge
advocate's report. Is not the worst in
the last five years, although the total
number of trials by summary court in
1913 was 4S per cent of the average
enlisted strength of the army, as
against 45 per cent in 1912, and 43 per
cent in 191L In 1910 the percentage was
57: in 1909. 64. and in 190S, 69.
One of the offenses causing most con
cern to the army, acording to the
Judge advocate, is committed by a class
of citizens which finds it more profit
able to beat the United States Govern
ment than to beat the railroads.
Fraud Is Prosecuted.
"A number of cases nave occurred In
the last few years," says the report,
"where applications for enlistment have
been made by men at recruiting stations
for the purpose of obtaining subsistence
and transportation to the recruiting de
pots, the applicant upon arrival nt such
depots declining to enlist. With a
view to breaking up this practice, men
have been prosecuted under section 5133
of the Revised Statutes (now section 36
of the criminal code of March 4. 1KO:
35 StaL. 1906). In a number of these
cases the efforts resulted in the convic
tion of the offender. But during the
last threo years' some courts have re
fused to convict on the ground that the
penal clause of section S6 in Indefinite
and uncertain. A proposed bill to cor
rect the defect has been presented to
Congress, and it is hoped that it will
soon become a law."
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Pr'' " Tl HB
BRYAN RETREATS US
Secretary's Address to Popular
Government League Is Cut
Short By Militants.
DESERTER FROM iT'DrVIUlf 110 CUllTPO
HUERTA RANKS ffl ntllllJL UN MllRllN
ARTHUR A. McLEAN,
Indicted Treasurer of New York State
HEADS IH WIRY
Harding to Resume Probe of
Extra Dividend Duration of
Three Weeks Likely.
To pursue a relentless war against or
ganized selfishness, entrenched behind
the bulwarks of statute and constitu
tional law. and to dislodge unjust privil
ege by giving the people easy means In
which to make effective their will In
regaurd to evory matter which effcett
their vital interests, is the -urpose for
which the National Popular Govern
ment League will be brought into ex
istence before the close of the vcon
ference now In progress at Memorial
rnntlnanHI Unit MA n .
vu.u4ii-tivui iiivii! iu:i:uriiinf to on nm-
quent speech delivered at the opening
session by Senator Robert L. Owen,
chairman of the committee of fifty
which took the initiative in calling the
"This conference of thn fi-ton nt
popular government," he explained, "has
been called inorder to organize the Na
tional Popular Government League. The
importance of this onranlzaHnn i h.
vous. Many statutes of the highest Im
portance to lower the cost of living, and
to equalize the oaportunitles of life, and
to conserve, protect, and develop human
Iuo and human energy are urgently
Newman Welcomes Delegates.
The delegates were welcomed to the
city by Oliver P. Newman, president of
the Board of Commissioners of the Dis
trict of Columbia, who took occasion to
speak of "Tho Present Crisis in the
Movement of Direct Legislation."
The suffragette movement injected it
self Into the proceedings of the conven-
""".' . unci vuuam jennincs
Bryan. America's premier Secretary of
State, began an eloquent address on
"The People's Rule; How to Make It a
Fact." Mr. Bryan had declared for
more human Justice, for less conservat
ism, and for a more flexible constitu
tional amendment system, when Miss
Helen Todd, of V California, leader of a
IN DISTRICT RULE
Prouty Bill Would Give City
Mayor and Council, With
New Tax Scheme.
Announcement was made today by the
Public Utilities Commission of the re
sumption on Tuesday of the investiga
tion Into the payment by the Washing
ton Railway and Electric Company of
an extra dividend of 1 per cent on its
common stock. SuA of Its officers and
representatives as are competent to
answer questions along the lines Indl
cated at the recent sessions were today
summoned to appear.
The investigation was Interrupted on
November 21, to permit of the ap
pearance of Commissioners before the
subcommittee of the House Approp
riations Committee in charge of the
District bupdget at the conferences on
the District appropriation bill. The
hearings will be resumed behind clos
ed doors before engineer commission
mission, aided by Corporation Couri
er Harding, chairman of the com
sel Syme and Capt. Julian L. Schley,
Upon the conclusion of the present
inquiry. Commissioner Harding will
submit a report to the commission, up
on which it will be decided whether
a public hearing will be held by the
full board. -
Commissioner Harding will venture
no prediction as to the length jf time
of the investigation. Indications are
that it Till cover a period of two or
SENATE WILL WORK
'-," V-.'L -v5 ''At
North Carolina District Attor
neys and Marshals Ousted
For Political Reasons.
Bryan's Speech Cut Short.
"How about justice for women?
You've talked about Justice, but haven't
mentioned women at all. How about
it. Mr. Bryan?"
Taken aback for u moment by this
ailacS.V the Secretary of State hesitat
ed. Then he advanced slowly to the
front of the platform, and with a de-
.J3?JlnJ:d set to nls law answered:
Madam, in all you have done. I
have no doubt that you have followed
J our Judgment and your conscience, as
Jyiow 1 hive done myself."
This squelched Miss Todd, but other
suffragettes took up tho cry. "You've
noi mentioned women." Bryan ap- PLYMOUTH. Dec. 6. The American
reared not to hear the further appeals. ' "ner Philadelphia arrived many hourse
lie retreated to the rear of the plat- late, owing to a terrific hurricane on the
form and talked with other conference Newfoundland banks,
leaders. " I
As one suffracette neur the nt-nrnm. I
continued the attack. Senator Robert
GEN. PASQUAL 0R0ZCO,
One of Seven Commanders Who Have
Quit the Federals.
Liner Delayed By Gale.
Because Attorney General McRey
nolds, at the instance of Senators Sim
mons and Overman, has swung the
patronage axe in North Carolina, sum
marily cutting off the heads of two dis
trict attorneys and two marshals, 'a fine
row in the Senate Is promised.
At the. behest of Senators Simmons
and Overman, who called on him Thurs
day, Attorney General McReynolds has
notified four Republican officeholders
In North Carolina that they must go.
So far aa has been developed, there Is
no reason for their removal except
politics and the desire of the Admin
istration to defer to the wishes of the
North Carolina Senators. v
S. F. Seawell and A. E. Holton, dis
trict attorneys, and Marshal Claudius
Dockery and-.Marshal .Logan are the
officials removed. They have been noti
fied .that their terms will end on De
cember 15. In the western district of
'North Carolina this will be right in the
middle of a term of court.
The Attorney General asked the offi
cials named to resign, but they de
clined, on the" ground that they had
been lawfully appointed for four years,
and their terms were not ended; also
that they had properly carried out all
instructions of the Department 'of Jus
tice. But Democratic political leaders In
MONEY IS SAFE IN
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 6.
"There is only one safe way for
a woman to cany her money
when .Christmas shopping, and
that is in her stocking," said T.
A. McQuaide, chief of police.
"Safety catches on pocket
books are all right enough in
their way, and so are some other
thing but when you come right
down to it, the way I advise in
mis instance I believe to be the
North- Carolina were anxious for the
Jobs, and Attorney General McReynolds
concluded to oust them. The plan is
to name Francis D. "Winston and'w. C.
Hammer as attorneys to succeed the
two attorneys who are removed and to
name W. T. Dortch and Charles A
Webb as marshals.
The action of the Department has
been taken despite the fact that cases
are set for hearing on December IS and
December 18. The inspector of the De
partment, who recently reported on
Dockery. commended his work. Ia high
Beach Resort Burned.
BOWERS BEACH, Del.. Dec. S.
Eighteen cottages, two stores, and sev
eral barns are in ashes and ten persons
are nursing severe burns today follow
ing a $100,000 fire which swept the resort.
AT ONCE "CALIF ORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"
Harmless "fruit laxative"
cleanses stomach, liver
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, it Is a sure sign that 70ur little
one's stomach, liver and bowels need a
gentle, thorough cleansing at once.
"When peevish, cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally, or
is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad,
has stomach ache, sore throat, diarr
hoea, full of cold, give a tcaspoonful
of "California Syrup of Figs." and in
just a few hours all the foul, consti
pated waste, undigested food and sour
bile gently moves out 'of Its little
bowels and you have a well, playful
Sou needn't coax sick children to
tako this harmless fruit laxative? they
love Its delicious taste and it always
makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a 50 cent bottle
of '.'California Syrup of Figs." which
has directions for Babies, children of
all ages, and for grown-ups plainly on
each bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sold here. Get the genuine, made by
"California Fig Syrup Company." Re
fuse any other kind with contempt.
Representative Prouty of Iowa, a
Republican member of the House Dls.
trlct Committee, is nearlng the com
pletion of his bill proposing a change
in the rorm of the District govern
ment. 3Ir. Prouty has been working
on the measure for a year or more.
and will have it ready for introduc
tion soon after the holidays.
Like several of its predecessors, the
bill will propose the wiping out, al
most in its entirety, of the existing
half-and-half fiscal arrangement be
tween the District and the Federal
Government. The Proutv nn-asure
however, gives the DlstrJct a form of
pelf-government by authorizing the'
election of a mayor and six commis
sioners for two-year terms. The mayor
would have no veto power, but every
ordinance, to be effective, would be
signed by the mayor or four council
men. One of the elective District officers
would be a delegate In Congress at a
salary of J7.C00. The bill also provides
yjr ine mutative, reierenuum, and re
call. A temporary election plan Is proposed
for putting into office the first council
but the council would then be permitted
to change the method of election-) di
rect primaries, however, must he main
tained for all offices.
The Federal Government would aid
the District In street Improvement anI
park protection, but otherwise the half-and-half
plan would go Into the dis
card. The District would rcelve a pei
pctual leai-p on tho waterworks In re-
film f"- frin usiHi 1 , n . 1. ",... ... a
nn.J rnmnri. of Ihr. -'" " -. MfweiKM rrillliuill.
zcr ?..;... v.r;.i 'ine.nowr " 'unc rtiiitim, com
."'... '., 'TrA. 1.V:.; I mission would l... Imcsti-d In t
Crdoa, Alaska Captain Peder-
son, of the lost schooner Elvira, and
Olaf Swenson, a seaman, with the
.-'tefansson expedition, arrived here
overland, and reported that the ex
plorer. Ernest Dekocern Leffingwell,
of Chicago, is safe in winter camp
at Flarman Island with members of
the Stefansson expedition.
Jluvrnu.- A minemcnt In on font
for the erection of a temporary
monument in tho yard Of Punta
Castle at the entrance to the harbor
in commemoration of the Maine disaster.
toi-kholm. Carl Werner, a Tiralthy
drowned in the sound, He had been
mining for nine days, and It is sup-
1'OspU tnat ho committed suicide b
cause of a love affair.
The Senate today adopted the Kern
resolution providing for day and night
sepslons until the currency bill Is pass
ed. The morning sessions aie to begin at
"10 and last until 6 In the" eevning, and
the night sessions are to last from 8
o'clock until H.
Adoption of this resolution, together
with a number of other developments,
indicates more than ever that the cur
rency bill will bo passed by the Senate
before the "holidays.
The resolution was adopted by a vote
of 41 to IS.
Nine Republicans votod with tho Dem
ocrats for tho resolution. They were
Senatois Uorali. Urady, Cummins, Ken
yon. La Folletle, Gronna, JCorrls, Per
kins, and fc'moot. '
Under the Kern resolution, as soon as
the Alaska railroad hill has been taken
up, Monday, considered and laid aside,
the debate on the currency will go on
unremittingly feir eleven hours h day
until the currency measure Is passed.
rue Kern resolution was brought up
for debate once more this morning.
Senator Townsrnd took the lloor, and ex
pressed his objections to It.
L. Owen, chairman, hastened to call
another speakerand then militancy sub
In the course of his scheduled address
"'J" viuuu oui squarely for "an I
lut-aiiy periect- plan for amendment of
ma reuqrai constitution.
Bryan Decries Conservatism
H declared that Oio t compromise
might come later, but that 'the league
should demand a big, broad system at
the start. He decried conservatism, al-
mougn ne admitted that it was neces
sary as a check on the ultra-rarHmi.
Then he defended the right and capac
ity ot tio people to rule, saying:
"I believe a government Is Htmn in
proportion as the neonle contrni ito.,.
I mm iney control, tne government is
He added an approval of the initia
tive and referendum, and- supported
President "Wilson's plan for presidential
Senator Jloses E. Clapp of Minnesota
fcpoie at length on the need of nonular
; government and concluded with th
statement that although tho cause al
ready had many champions on the floor
of the Senate that body could never be
expected to lead in reforms but must be
lead to them by the people.
Two of the most prominent figures at
Memorial Continental Hall, where the
sessions are being held today were J
W. Sullivan, who i.s credited w:ith being
the father of direct legislation, which
lie was tho first to publicly espouse;
and Herbert Quick, editor of an agri
cultural paper who in 1SOI offered us a
plank in the Iowa Mate platform the
proposition which has been elaborated
Into the present "Gatcwav amendment."
rile Cured in 3 to 14 Days
Draszlsta refund monev If I'AZO OINTMENT
fall to euro Itching, nilntl. nicedlnK. or Pro
trufllnrPIles. rirstaDslicatloa cites relief Ifc
And nil (listrexMcil eonclitiiiiix of
the Mtomacn rrnIll relict eil
10c TJMT ir,c
Ton ex up llir sj.strm.
SuliI Ilcr nlirrr.
city council or commlHsiun.
The forecast for the District of Co
lumbia Fair tonight; Sunday increasing
cloudines and warmer.
Tor Maryland Fair tonight; Sunday
Increasing cloudiness and warmer; light
to moderate north to east winds
For Virginia Fair tonight; warmer In
the interior and south portion tonight;
Sunday increasing cloudiness and warm
er; light to moderate north to cast
For Pennsylvania Partly cloudy to
night. Sunday Increasing cloudiness and
warmer; probably rain; light to moder
ate north to northeast winds.
For Delaware and New Jersey Fair
tonight; Sunday increasing cloudiness
and warmer; light to northeast winds.
The temperature today as registered
at the United States Weather Bureau
nu AinecK s.
here Is another provision that all .-m-
pointecs except l.iboruts in the District
service shall be under civil service rules
It is doubtful If any extended onsliler.i-
l tlon of the Prouty bill can be had at
tills session. TlKie m ;iIm0 the piopeet
that the Administration inav express a
desire to have things continue uh the
arc for awhile, with the new board of
Commissioners In charge, and this
would blork the Proutj measure.
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V. S. BUREAU.
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High tide 2:13 a. m. and 2:39 p. m.
Low tide 8:43 a. m. and 9:23 p. vn.
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"The Best Suburb of the
GRETY CHASE PROPERTIES
Cliery Chase Ctrcte
Main Office, Main 6830
Branch Office, Cleveland 98
In any line to maintain a posi
tion of leadership involves thought
and effort. The originator always
has imitators. For more than 20
years Chevy Chase has been the ad
mitted leader of Washington sub
urbs, but it has not maintained that
place through accident. The men
back of it planned it right and
developed it right. Today the
effect of such planning and de
veloping can be seen by even a cas
ual inspection. All we ask is that
you make such an inspection.
Make an appointment with the
main office or drop in at the branch
office at Chevy Chase Circle.
Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc.
General Sales Agent
738 15th Street N. W.
in JO ,Nf"'i'OT Tako any North Capitol Street CaT una get off at
JUioilc Inland avenue, walk 1' short squares east, and you aro right
at the properties. Open and ifghted until 9 p. in. daily. Including
Come out today, or phone Main 4191 and let us tako you there.
1430 K Street N. W.
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Pocket-Book Directory Containing Foil Description of
Fj WOCKtT-SOOK I
1I5 Unci hi St. X. W.
1736 T St. N. W.
Ne. fRMMsl Reat
C and 8 rooms
10th and a Ms. X. W.
1 room ft bath.
2 rcoma bath
rooms & bath.
James A. Cahlll.
7T4 11th st. N. TV.
Dodd & Co..
N. E. cor. 9th & C Sts. X. W.
Hack porches, outside rooms.
Convenient to Hth U car
line: excellent senlco: -nell
heated nd li;Med.
Good Janitor service.
as to sk.
BO to Hi.
5 to JSi
I 12-story Breproor bulldlas: best
1 terv Ice. larst and most pl.as
I ant apart, tn Warn. Beautiful
I cafe. Excellent home tab!.. JH
I mo.: tur. or unttuv apart..
I army navy trans ten ta.
330 John Marshall Place,
Ol! 31 St. X. W.
t and roms
The PhUllps Co..
Xi John JIarshall place.
Heated. Janitor service. Cen
trally located. In first-class
Joseph A. Ilajdcn.
ConvnU4it to business section:
cirri!, 'it cundltjon: perfect
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