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THiil WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 191 A
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SIGHT FOR THE BLIND
Element Enables Afflicted to
Hear What They Are Un
able to See.
Selenium I n nontnetalllo chemical
element, discovered noarly 100 years ago
y Borzcllus, and posscssInR among other
qualities that or ft peculiar sensitivity to
llRht; It la n conductor of electricity,
and Its conductivity Is Increased by light
This pcclillnrlty has made It tho Im
portant factor In a dev co that per
forms the miracle of making light aud
Iblc. so that the mind can hear what
they cannot sec. Dr. V. C. rwn. or
tho University of Iowa. U tho Inventor
of tho Instrument, which consists of a
lens placed at one end of n n oblww
liox. tho box contalnln selenium crys
tals so disposed that tho rays of light
concentrated by tho lens 'fall upon
them. An electric current
through tho selenium, the conductive
powt? of which varies according to the
FntenTlty of tho light. By means of the
current mus cal tones are produced . cor
TCipSSdlmr to Its variations occasioned
by tho changing conductivity of tna se
lenium. . .. .
When the box is passed over a
rrlntcd paKe. sothat tho lens Is re
lated to tho tyjio impression, each
letter produces Its own tone, nn-i
2KS ? bW -derC.
& lffTsa,lKa -&-'Sg
that blind persons sfter a ew trials
can .readily distinguish the Uffnt
letters, and somo aro able to spell out
wholo words. It Is believed that the
avcragoi student courd learn to read
with facility In two months' time.
The device Is yet In the MrlyRC
r rfovalnninitnt- TVmbtless It Will DC
imniifinri nrni perfected. Its Inventor
pees .great possibilities In Its .appll-
tntlnn Thar nnnnnra to bo nO reason
why, if It can bo used for the JdlD,
transmission or me pnmco. wu.
should not be used for the car-vlslon
of pictures or even of landscapes.
The world will welcome any Invention
that makes happier tho lot of the blind.
Never wero thero so many for whom
tho world has become a darkened room
as now. Tho war has multiplied tre
mendously the stgHtless. If through
liln nhnnnntlcon Dr. Brown can give
back to them some little of what they
tinvA lnnt lin will have nchloved moro
than any general who has captured a
Growing Demand to Have Rich
Help Bear More Burden of
LONDON, March H. There Is a vig
orous, growing demand throughout
England for higher, much higher,
taxes; not so much to 'raise more money
for tho war as to compel people to
economize. At any rato, this Is tho
way the movement's backers express It.
The argument la that even a man
who can afford to do so has no right
to consume tho country's sustcnonco
extravagantly at such a time. It In
charged that many of tho working
classes, whose wages havo been great
ly lnlated by the war. Insist on doing
it. Tho "higher taxes" advocates want
the government to compel labor to
Incidentally. It Is pointed out that In
creased taxation will enable England
to meet more of Its war bills as It
goes along, Instead of saddling them
onto posterity. A heavy tariff on tho
necessaries of 11 fo Is tho thing moqt
generally urged. It has been noticed
that, rather oddly, this program's sup
porters Aro mostly of the aristocratic,
capitalistic, conservative class. Prom
this fact tho following conclusion has
been drawn and freely expressed by
Worklngmen arc making so muoh
money at present that their standard of
living Is much higher than before the
war. After tho war there will be a re'
turn to old conditions. This will re
suit in bitter discontent. nncT-tho work
ers will object to a return to tho old
standard. If tho canltnllsts can make
the worklngman's taxes so heavy now
that his higher pay will do him no
good, ho will not llnd fault with a sub
sequent slump, correspondingly, to
lower wages and lower prices.
As for tho othor argument, theso same
radicals reason that nil the war bills
the workorn aro forced to pay for now
will be, by Just that much, a lighter
burden on the capitalists In the future.
Whether this Is a socialistic nrgument
or not. It Is much heard In England at
Says Grandpa Is Jealous;
Grandma Gets Divorce
LOS ANQKLES, March H.-Tha first
marrlace of Mrs. Annie h. Ilunco re
sulted In n family of thirteen children.
ASK HEAVY TAXES
As tho children becamo of marrlage
nblo hko they sotiRht homes of their
own. In tlmo Mrs. Bunco found hcr
nclf n grandmother many times oor.
In short, when sho Appeared In tho di
vorce, court tho other day, admitting to
sixty-nine years, hut nppcarlng no moro
than forty, she said thero wero thirty
Sho nought n decrco .from her second
husband, Wesley Iiuncc, whom bIio mar
ried In 1910, after n widowhood of eight
years It wuu not a happy union, al
though It would havo been If Mr I3unco
had not objoctcd to her going to uco her
children and grandchildren and having
them call at her home.
Thero was another objection which
she voiced. Mn Bunco did not feel ho
could support her In tho way sho had
been accustomed to live. Sho complained
of his ponurlouaness. Mr. Bunco did not
oppose tho tult. When ho left her In
1913 he mado a property settlement, It
was stated by Attorney II. M. Haskell.
Judge Wood granted the decree.
An Epitaph Made True.
, Andrew Carnegie said nt a luncheon
In his Fifth avontio mansion, accord
ing to tho Ketrolt Frceo PrcsBi
"The captain of Industry has disap
peared and a good Job. too.
"I refer, of cnitrso, to that type of
captain of Industry which Is lampoon
ed In the tombstone storv.
" 'Did you hear about tho horrible,
horrible dfuccmcnt that has happened
tc the tombslnno of tho cnntnln of In
dustry, poor old Trillions?' said tho
'No.' su'd his companion. 'What
did tho defacement consist of?'
' 'Home scoundrel added the Avord
"friends" to tho poor fellow's epitaph.'
"Yea? And what was the epltapht'
" lift vii, 'lit old hU best.
OUT THEIR WELCOME
Bird Lover of Los Angeles
Found His Generous Hospi
tality Was Imposed Upon.
LOS ANOE1.H3. March IS.-Albert
ltaymond, l'uente road ranchman, his
always been a lover of the seagull, but
he has decided that a pcrsori can love
not wisely, but too well.
Whenever Mr. ltaymond v'lted the
beach ho spent tho day niMlnt him
self with tho gull Others dabbled In
tho surf, watched tho Rh-l bathers,
illrted or. danced, but .Mr. TUyinoml
wth satisfied to watch Iho antics of his
favorite bird. He would teed them from
the lime he arrival until the hour of
leaving; and then bore his friends with
noticed a small flock, of strode .birds
sl -&,! .n Mo1? &
formed him 'they "were .eagulls. out
from the ocean nunung wjjnoiiiinK- w
oat. Mr. ltaymond shouted with Joy
and made haste to carry a box of
edibles to tho gully, who were brows ng
around In a freshly, plowed field. Dur
ing the day he made frequent trips to
tho field where the gulls wore, and each
time he brought something new in the
lino of "eats" which he thought would
tempt the appetites of his pots.
The next day tho rancher .watched
eagerly for his gulls, and was surprised
to find that the number was doubled
over that of tho day before. The feath
ered visitors received the samo hos
pitable treatment the second day as the
But when Raymond walked Into his
barn W tho third day he saw nothing
but seagulls. Ducks, chickens, turkeys,
and geeso were angrily voicing their In
dignation In the background, but the
Mr, Raymond Is going to make the
hMt of a bad baranln and will not do
anything to banish his sea friends, but
lie nopes mat ocean iooa ana ursvn
pickings" become plentiful again right
nnn. fnr hn fears that he may be com
pelled to act as host to every gull on
tho Pacltlc coast, as "gull" news seems
to travel by wireless.
NAME OF JOHNSON
LEFT OFF BALLOT
Californian Is Technical Aspi
rant for President in Minne
ST. PAUt.. March 14. Tho Progress
ive party technically had a candidate
for President of tho United States In
tho Held at tho Minnesota Presidential
prcfetonco primary today, but his name
didn't get on the ballot. The man woji
Hiram Johnson, governor of California,
whoso namo was nied by Minnesota
Minnesota law provides for seven
imii rielenatcB to the national Progress
ive convention. Just that number nied
for tho places, obviating a. contest.
Thero was only only Progressive Presi
dential candldnte. Hence, there being
no contest In the Progressive ranks, the
cnllte Progressive ticket was certified,
... i-fi rr thn tmllnt tniinv. The Presi
dential timber on mo oiinncsoiu. uonut
being used today follows:
Drmocratlc-For President, Woodrow
Republican Senator Albert Cummins,
Iowa; Henry D. Eastbrook, New York;
William Grant -Webster. Chicago.
Prohibitionist For President, William
Sulxcr. New York; Eugeno Koss, Massa
chusetts. For Vlco P.resldcnt. Kredorlek
T. Wheeler. California; Ben B. Lindeey,
Denver; Flndley T. HondrlcKson, Mary-
iiinn.nnta'a fint Presidential Differ
ence primary went through today only
after a nght In .the supreme cpur.t. Un
der the law, delegates to national con
ventions must pledge their support to
some officially recorded aspirant for the
Presidential nomination, many nu"
ncntly mentioned as Presidential timber
refused to permit their names to be
tiled on tho Minnesota ballot. This
eliminated any delegates who wanted to
go to tho national conventions for them.
It wbjs upon this point in the law that
the two supremo court attacks wero
Charlem E. .Hughes, New York; Theo
doro Roosevelt, Now York; Ellhu Root,
Mew YorK. ana Hiram .lonnson. Cali
fornia, declined to permit their names
to be used. Johnson's withdrawal got
here too late.
REGAINS HIS REASON
Grand Rapids Hotel Man Wanders
Until Sees Name in Paper.
GRAND RAPID8. Mich., March 14.
F. Taylor reck, a local hotel proprietor,
returned home after an absence of more
than a week, during which time he
lost nnd regained his reason,
Mr. Peck's mental doIso was restored
In New York whllo seated In n rnllwny
station. Ho noticed an advertisement
reading "Arpl, como home," Inserted by
rclntlves. Tho name "Arpl," ono of en
dearment which had been given him by
hlx wire, nerved to aispci his aberra
tion. Itoliert I.. Hliannlian, his ratner-in-law.
placed the advertisement In nearly
300 dolly newspapers throughout the
country xor six .
Mr. Peck left Grand Rapids on March
3 for Detroit. Ho registered at tho
Wtntlcr Hotel, then puichascd n ticket
to Windsor, Onturlo. Shortly afterward
Mr. Peck miffered a lapse of memory
which continued until Wunday. During
that time ho went to Philadelphia and
Now York, but cannot distinctly remem
ber n slnglo Incident of his experience.
tte recollects stopping nt various hotels,
and has a fleeting Impression of a malo
companion whom h cbellevcs accom
panied him on his singular Jaunt.
Lights Are Prohibited
STRATFORD-ON-AVON, March 1
(by mall), If William Shakespeare
lived today ho would not spend long
night hours penning literature for fu-
turo generations in nis noiuu an curat
ford's main thoroughfare.
Lights aro prohibited In Stratford.
The mayor's council has decided that
until the war 1s over Stratforders shall
go to bed with the chickens or spend
their evenings In darkness. The recent
VCeppclin raid on tho Midlands Is re
sponsible for the older.
In peace time tourists fr.om nil parts
of tho world caino. hero to see wheie
and how Bhakesqearo lived. Tho town
council Is simply taKlne precautions In
order that there will bo something left
tor tourUU to see after the war.
'Dutch' McDeVitt, Wanted
As Witness, Is Missing
W1LKE8BARRH, I'a., March 14.
Newspaper men, county employes and
politicians appeared beforo tho grand
Jury In tho special Investigation of tho
alleged political corruption In the elec
tions of 1911 and 1MB.
Republican Chairman C. D. Coughlln
mid Democratic Chairman W. H Mc
Lean presented their account of tho last
election for. inspection, but nothing of
startling nature was revealed. "Butch"
McDcvttt, onj'dny millionaire, Is mys
teriously missing from town. Ho la
wanted to tell about the $25,000 he Is
alleged to havo received for gotttng oft
the Democratla ticket In 1911, after ho
Tnadj been nomlnctqd for county treasurer.
Una. EMILY FRKCH IJARNBfl.
141 11th t N. E. Phone Line, 1TB.
Tuesday anil Frldavn. fti t -
MOVING. HAUKiNO. STORAGE
AUIOLUTBLr FirtH-moor 8TORAOZ.
UNITED BTATE3 STORAGE) CO.
Rooms, 11.00 n.l up. Moving, Packing,
Phone Main Ul. 411-410 18th if. N. W.
000 Itornge Rooms,
1.00 per no. op.
MOVING, PACKING t
Kxperts. Low Rates.
UNION STORAGE CO
14 3d at. Slala 4.174.
MOVINn TADDErj VANS
Phone M. 2010-Nll.
1221 II fltrMt N. W.
UTOTIAOK. PACK7NO. AND BItlPPINO.
Free tnaTlnsr for utor
RC. N. 3343 or N. S3i.
a STortAtin coM ma
N. Misht Pb. N. IMX
BTOIlAnE hauled free;. moving, packing.
and storing at lowest prices. PEOPLE'S
BTOHAOE CO., 1TJJ 7th St. N. W N. 2M0-M.
Mt Separate Locked Itoome, :.00 Monti) Tip.
WerdiasUNTraiufer and Storage Co. '
Main 0900. 920-022 E St. N. W.
CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos.
utimatea rneerruuy given. WKHCMIJCIVH,
(to Pa. -we. N.
W. Pt-ene slain UU.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST On HTIlAYED-BundAy afternoon.
March 5, from 1X4 Park rd.. tan and white
collie dog; answe-a to name of "Nick." Lib
eral reward If returned to aboe address.
HELP WANTED MALE
steady Job. 70S 9th t. N.
IiOV with bicycle to go errands and make
himself useful. 90H 12th at. V. W.
at N. E.
Apply at 211 14th
Must be neat, quick and willing to
work. Oood chance for advancement.
Apply IS Munsey IJulldlng.
PRESflKtl for women' clothes. Apply 909 U
St. N. W. 1
YOUNG MEN & BOYS.
1401 F ST.
WAITERS Colored; mess hall
S25. )j per
room nnd board, also cooks, m per
at and Pa.
DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY,
ave. N. w.
WAITER Experienced, white, reference.
piy oiu inn si. i. vv.
YOUNG MAN to help on men' coats; steady
work. 407 th St. 8. E. 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to leam French dresscuttlng.
dressmaking, designing, and millinery; good
position furnished after learning. NEW
YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 11U tl st. 1
Apply 2M llth t.
OIRL Eaperlented In linen room,
once, the RALEIGH HOTEL
8ALESI.ADY Thoroughly experienced In
gent' furnishing and dry goods store;
steady position and good wagea. Apply to
ANACOSTIA QUALITY 8IIOP, 100-ll Klch
ola ave. 8 E. MAX 6IMON. Prop.
WOMAN Setled, for general housework. Ap
ply IKS II at. N. E.
WOMAN White, for general housework; good
home: stay nights, an nth t. N. W. 1
Male and Female.
HOTEL HELP in all departments. ni'R
OE88 HOTEL AOENCT. 603 10th st. N. W.
PIANO PUPILS-Lessons given at pupil'
horn: beginner a specialty; reasonable.
HOX 1. Times office.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Q HT. N. W,. 716 Large back lrIor, ultable
for one or two, near Union Station, reason
a. ST., 1115. COR. i:th. Nice front room.
Dirge window, running water; both gas or
heat; 2nd Hour, gentlemen. 1
4th ST. N. W 718-Neatly furnished front
room; suitable for two. 1
II ST. N. W., 436 Two large connecting
rooms, with lavatory; 3d floor; I. h. k. and
h. w. h.; reasonable.
Sth ST. N. W.. 1210-One nicely furnished
front room, well heated nnd lighted; conven
ient to four car lines; strictly private fninlly;
no other roomers. Apply to ownir. 1310 Cth
st N. W.. rent reasonable.
Sth ST. N. W 803 Nicely furnished front
rooma; corner house; clean, well ventilated;
excellent downtown location; reasonable.
Ith BT. N W., 410-Warm room, bath euch
floor; central location; ll.W week upward.
II BT. N. W.. SIS Second floor fron. room;
bck room alao; central; reaaonable.
Ith ST. N. W.. lWO-Threo room, go, water
In kltrhen, 113.(0; adult.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished or Unfurnished.
Q HT N, W., 41-Iurnlshed or unlurnlshed
FOR RENT DESK ROOM
630-A SOUTHERN BLDO.-Offl: ilesk room:
phono Main 4131.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCUANGE-An elegant
farm of 10 mrcs between Baltimore and
Washington, the best tenant In the Slate on
It. Koi I reason nrfrrvd Inr sellliu. Adlr4
1'HAHl.Ed C. CI'U-EITER, Zi E. UUnglon
st. Baltimore, U4.
BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed information concerning tho following opportunities may
bo secured frco of charge upon application to
BUREAU OP INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING.
, KKY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED: BL&W Kreo board, lodging andiwanh
Ing. PM Per month. PV Per week. PD Per day. . Pit Per hour, BAL
Frco Board and lodging. IlOK&M Unfurnished house, garden, fuel and milk.
KH English speaking. Exp Experienced. Tr. Adv. Transportation may bo
advanced under favorable conditions.
Unless otherwlso stated, It will b understood that all opportunities aro of
a permnnont nature, and the help Is desired as soon as possible.
FARM LABORER APPLICATIONS
179 IMS. Montgomery Co. One boy (IS or 11
year! of ago) for general Jobbing around
farm home, milking, chopping wood, itc.
Prefer colored. Other ES. 2 cow. Erp.
7'. adv. from Washington. 7- I'M.
70417:. Baltimore Co. Ono gardener desired.
170-4WI. Elisabeth City Co. One single man
for general farm work. Any white K8. (-1
cows. Home cxp. Tr. adv. from Norfolk
and dodueUd. 115-IM PM. ll&L.
170 cits. Prlnco William Co. One (Ingle man
to work on truck, vegetable and poultry
farm. Any white En. Exp. or green, Tr.
adv. and deducted. Green, $1 PM. winter,
IS PM. summer. Exp., 110 PM winter,
111.50 I'M summer. I1I.AW. Summer ku
May 1 to November 1,
i70 IISS. Spottaylvnnla Co. Ons married
man, single It having mother or sister
to keep house, for general work on stock
farm. American, English, Danish, ur llel-
P0R SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOn BALE Pool table: fine order with lialls.
Credit or discounts for cash.
BAve Money. Duy at
Hopwood's, 8th and K.
FHI13 iJtdy will sacrifice hamUome set ot
furs; animal shnpe scarf with headi, tails;
large pillow muff; worth ISO; will take 110;
going south. 608 Maasachusetts nil. N. W. 1
FOK BALE Furniture, new and slightly
used. Easy terms If desired or Jlscounts
Bave Money, nuy at
Hopwood's, 8th and K.
TEAltINO DOWN COLUMUIA llOSl'lTAU
All kinds of building material for sale.
SIDNEY L. HECKINQEIt CO..
lith and C sto. N. W.
FOR BALE Oas range, side oven, latest
model; also very fine sideboard. Easy
terms If desired or discounts for cash.
Bave Money, lluy ut
Hopwood's, 8th and K.
CONTINUOUS poat bed. Iron aprlng and
mattress, complete outfit H 3. (New
goods only.) JOHNSON'S. 122 II St. N. E.
FOR HALE (0 stoves cheap. Easy terms If
desired or discounts for cash.
Have sioney. nuy at
Hopwood's, 8th and K.
IT)It HAI.K Boston terriers and Alrdate
puppies; thorougnoren. mi. u. t uuiin
1IE1M. 122K 10th st. N. W.
HIGHEST CASH price ptd for worn iloth-
will call. II. TAHS1IES. 1301 7th st. N. W.
... .i. .w jat 1
t'non! r.urm ... .
203 ICenols nidg.,
llth and Q sta.
Silver, Platinum. Dia
monds, and Jewelry ot
See Me First.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, oirpats. tp.
Phone M. 1212 for wagon, or hav us call.
"WESCIII-EH'S." 120 Pa. av. N W. 1
WANTED Furniture for cash. Bell your
goods to the man who gives tl moat
money. Be HOPWOOP. 1th and K. 1
FOR HALE On 7th st. pike, n-ar District
line: five acres and furnUhcil Imnxnlow; :X
fine fruit trees. jears old; berries and
grape of all kinds; 1V acres In pines; will
double In value In a few jears, owner .leeds
money: bargain for some one.
THOS. E. JARREL'L,
Rultn K9-40 Woodward DlilK. Main TM.
FOn 8AI.E Ml acree near the Patuxent
river cheap; can leave two-thirds on mort
gage. Addree CHARLES C CI'I.PEPPElt,
K E Islington st.. Ilultlmore. Md
DESIRA11I.E location for country store, con
taining & acres. Fronts on Italtlmora and
Washington boulevard, the Washington mid
ljiurel electric road, and the II. & O. etif.
tlon Is practically on tho premises. Address
17 Illltinore st N. W. 1
S and ( room, tiled bath, furnace and hot
PRICES. IS.IH0 AND W.SM.
Small Cash-J'syment. i
ItlVERDALE PARK CO.,
niVERDAI.E. MD. 1
HOW TO HE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
on tlOO cash and IIS month, at
CHEVT CHASE. For full particular drop
postal, telepbone, or call on WM. H.
RITCHIE. 1M1 Colo. bldg. Tel, M. IMS.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Uth ST. N. W.. W Furnished rooms, all
front; electricity; spacious closets; French
cooking; excellent service; also table board;
open under new management. Phone M. f?57,
PARK PLACE. 3101 Front room, overlooWng
park; modern conveniences: good board;
gentlemen pfd,: phone Col. 8318; reasonable.
ISth ST. N. W.. JCs Rooma and hoard, with
or without private bath; home cooking.
THE SHEPHERD, 10th and E 8TS. N. W.
Excellent meals; breakfast, 33c lunch, Mo;
dinner. 33c; 33. W per week.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FINE HORSE for sale. 173.
SOS Kth st. N. W
WORKINOMEN Vou don't want to delay It
much longer, coma around nnd scu where
value's found, we bark our say so and show
ou somo very slightly used coat nnd vest"
at 13 to 14 that are 1)1 valuo to the man
that buys; one price, JUSTII'S OLD
STAND. 619 D. 1
Mattresses and Box Springs.
SPECIAL Hair and felt mattressee made
over and renovated; all sixes, II only.
EAOLE HEDDINO CO., 1309 7lh St. N. W.
Pi N. BJ10.
BUFFALO A. I.. O. PAINTS
BOLD BY O. C. LANOI.EV PAINT CO.,
3413 M St. N. W. Phone West W7
tO (C a- piece In tapestry. Have your
tp.vJU furnltura reupholatcred where vou
get a guaranteed job. BALTIMORE UP
HOLHTERINCJ CO. 631 II at. N. B.
CARPETS THORO AND CAREFULLY
cleaned; rugs woven from old carpets, mat-
trosses renovated. Estimates furn, ALBERT
KAIH.ERT CO . 383 B St. H VV. M. 3036.
It. C. M. nURTON 8QN. Ill E N. W.
Hungerford Letter Co. ffi'SSe,
Ml Ileal Eatate Trust Bldg., llth & II.
Mice rnrnn Astrological Palmist,
laa LJC1IIUU rhycholoslst. n-a8lni;.
II, Have what nature haa written In your
hand Interpreted. 1313 L t. N. VV. M. '.-$.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
A TliijB u7ItOAIN-lit 3. block 4340. Ilia
Parle, for I3.3.i: must hnvo inonev. worth
double Hit amount Addrc: J.V3. W,
BLACK. i3 banta Barbara it.. tula Bar
bara. Cat. X'
glan. Other whlto ES. Some exp. 1-1 rows.
No objection to 1 or i children. Tr. adv.
and deducted. IZ I'M. HOPAM. For
single, IIS PM, 1J4L. Wanted March W.
170 11S4. Fauquier Co. One married man for
general farm work. Any E3. Exp. Chil
dren permitted. No Tr. IM por rear.
JIUF&M. Also 900 lbs ot meat. 1 btfl. of
flour. 23 bushels of meal per ar.
SD9 SI. Han Pranrlsco Co. Wanted ono
first-class machinist, Including lathe, shaper
planer, mtlltnr machine, boring machine,
grinder, and Jones & Tamson operators.
Any nationality. hours PD. fJ-M I'D.
167 314 Princess Anne Co.
woman (13 to 2S years old)
nouaeworn. no wosmn or
white Ea. American preferred,
and horn'). Tr adv.
FOR RENT HOUSES
RENTING A SPECIALTY
Mr. Prospective Renter; Look over my blr
For Itent List before you decide on your next
house. It It Is not on my list give me a de
scription of the property and what section
you want It In 1 will get It fnr you.
HARRY E. GLADMAN,
line. Ml. it Pa. Ave. 9. B I
1937 12th nw.. Cr.H2.C0,
1033 2nd w r..ll0.6O
437 2nd aw., or... u.M i:i E iir tr.... 10.CO
4M I. w J&r.b... lt.OO 910 Ird s., Jr.... 10.60
17 2nd aw., tr..., JS.S0 821 Sth nw.. tr.w 12.W
21( I. aw., tr.b... It M
TIIOH. P. nitOWN. 17 4V4 st. B. W.
2014 Portnsr place. I room and bath W0.
IU U st. nw., i room and bath 4241
1147 7lh at, 7 room and bath. t7.M
Heat and hot water Included In tne above.
Store, 2103 14th st. nw., with living quar. K.W
Apply A. P. Willis, the Portner. Uth U nw.
12X 7th ne 6 roonui, newly painted. .....I1I.M
132 7th ne ( rooma, newly painted 12.M
S09 D no,. E room. las nu
1107 I) ne I room, xaa u.M
KEYS at 216 Sth N. E.
TO RENT, for the summer,
.large, comfortable well fur
nished home and garage, out
16th street. Only twenty min
utes from Treasury, but fine ele
vation, trees and extensive
lawns, cool and secluded as if
miles in the country. Efficient
servants, also cow and chickens,
if desired. Phone Col 1733.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
1725 S St. N. W.
Rrand new houae. containing 15 room and
3 baths; all modern Improvements; complete
ly furnished throughout; located In Wanh
Ington'a most secluded neighborhoods. Itent
only 1110. Apply to owner. D. JI. ROLAND
DHUItr. 301 Southern bldg. lClh and II N.W.
APARTMENTS TO LET
llth HT. N. W.. 7J7-Four rooma and bath
or 2 room and bath: hot-water heat.
SIXTH ST. N. E.. lMO-If you want th
nicest, cleanest, and brightest B-rjom and
hath apt. In tho city for 113.00 per mo. cat
huav todav. Keys at TH Sth st. N. IB.
FOR SALE HOUSES
SEVERAL PROPERTIES FOR KALE at liar
galn prlics, which will net pur-hnsers large
and safe returns on amount Invteti-O
THOS. E. JARRELL.
Suite 139-40 Woodward Illdg. Main 7M.
OWNER leaving city will aell fLUO equity In
bntnd-new 8-room brick house built by Ken
nedy Ilros. , all modern conveniences: balance
duo on house, K.3L0. to be paid 113.03 month
ly, which Includes Intercat und larze pay
ment oft on principal; located at 811 Quebeo
rilnre N. W., one block east ot tla. ave. Can
io Inspected at any time. No reasonable offer
refilled, Col. 413.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
FIRST TIME OFFERED
Six rooma. attic, and bath; hot-water heat;
extra large sleeping porch, choice location In
Bloomlngdale. Urlce. fl.XO. Easy term.
Addrra BOX 1M. Time office.
A man on even moderate salary can BUY
A IIOME-wllh money he 1 now paying out
INSURE YOURSELF AOAINST
Hardship It' simply the eiercls of good
Judgment and foresight.
Be this beautiful six-room, rolonlal iteslgn.
Convenient to 3 car line, all government de-
partmnta. publlo school, churches and store.
PRICE ONLT I3.1J0.
Small cash payment, balance Ilk rent.
House, No. 1429 C St. N. E., Open
Take 13th and D st. car to llth and C its.
ne. Walk 1 aquarra east, or E. Capitol u
car to 14th St.. walk 3 square j orth.
LOOK THESE OVER I
COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL
On and One-halt Square From
On H4 St. N. E.. bU North Carolina av.
and C St. On of the most beautiful teem.
tlon In the city. I rooms, til bain. Urge
lot. porcn. All aodern Improvementa.
Only 1100 cash nd balance Uk rau
per mootn. IncludlnjMnterest and prtnclsol
open dally and Sunday until 1 o. m.
WE DO NOT BUILD HOUSES, but sell them
." tWjswsr ,a"' wu" "" nnJ
THOS. E. JARRELL,
Suite 833-40 Woodward Bldg. Main 766.
BIX ROOMS, bath. fur. house In vuitral
northwest; near departmenta nnd car line
good location for tnblo boardors. 3J0 cnh
House rent 33. Inquire gji 20th st. N. v.
Kcm.?,A.,Ts,a,e rl. "Oermany at War"
or na-htlmc tho Allies." Now fhowliiK at
Belasco Theater. Washington. D. C. Apply
to Theater or Hiinuel Cummins. 1176 BroaU
way. New Yoik city. j
riRHr-ClBS INVESTMENT Is offered In
active cement mfir. cornormliin mrnim. i.n,
satisfactory profit and largo ouslnes assured
In future: limited amount mHjipam fnw !
Kor full particulars address JOHN SENNETI'i
.wv,n ... ..muiim iiuilUHIH,
MME. ROSE Scalp Treatment and 1'aclal
massage. Combings beautifully made Into
switches. 11-15 M at, N, W. 1
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, SSffiJ,1'
Reading dally! seances Tues. A Thurs. evt' !
Krl,. 2 p.m. Ph. Line. 3018 J 15 N. .1. ave. S.B.
At 8 P. M Cents.
WJ llth st. N. W.
Mrs. C. Saunders, whllo under spirit control
glvfa mesfni.es 1
MPQ DrvT-TJIteadlng Dally. Seance
1V1I0. IW I llTues and Thur. ,ve
IMP th st. N. W Alyvi- .'.Ibrary.
Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D.,
Readings dally. i-vrhiliiti cls Monday
eveiilne. by appointment only .
Phon M, 6471. Mil llh SL N. W.
MUHLENHERO-jplIN CAMERON, UrlgS
dler General, United States Army, retired,
at his home, IMS Newton street northwest,
Sunday. March 12. Mf.
Services at hi late home on Wednesday.
March 15. 1111, 'at 11 o'clock a. in. Inter
ment at Arlington. 1
WELLER-At Providence Hospital, Monday,
??" ". --IAItM7T'B MCCARTHY Yt EI-
I.Kit, wife ot Joseph I, Weller,
lunr-iourin year or ner age
Ilmilrri meialaa Mflll tu. ...ltH4 ak. 0.
Malthw' Church, Ithod Island and Con
neotlc.t avenue en Wednesday. March It.
at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment private. Tho
ommlsalon of flower (specially requested.
PENTALPHA LODGE. NO. 21. F. A. A. M.
IIHAQAW A special communication of the
above lodge will be held In Masonic Temple
at 1:S p. m., Wednesday, March IS. tor the
Burpose of attending the funeral of Itev.
ro. CIIAHLE8 L. UIUOA.W. member cf
Hllhltrlian rl.. Un tin t n..l...iti lu
Funeral services will b held Irom the
residence of hi father at 11 O street north
west at 2:30 p. m.
......... A. n. n. ONTUN. Master.
ISAAC D. FIELD, Secretary.
IIENDniCKS-On Monday, March U, at 11:W
f. m.. at her residence, Kensldgton. ld.,
DA v., beloved wife of Arthur Hendricks,
In the sixty-fifth year of her g.
nonce oi runerai nereaner.
8LAYMAKER On ifondav. Marrh It. 1 01 1, a.1
ner nominee, ui xuaen treet nortnwesi,
llrvlt'lcMfeiM nvnitDiitv . u,.. .t,.i
Ham I. Slaymaker and daughter of the late
Edward F. and Virginia W. Alexander.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KIRDY-On Sunday, March 12, 1)11, at her
residence,-near Eaat Fall.' ' V., SARA1L
ALICE, widow of Jarae E. Klrby, la the
eventy-nlnlh year of her age.
Funeral will be held at Dulln Cbapl,
M. E. Church South, at Fall Church. Va..
on Wednesday, March IS, at 2 p. m. Inter
ment at Oakwood Cemetery.
ALLEN In loving memory of my heloved
wife, CAItHIE E8TELLE ALLEN, who de.
parted this- life one year ago, March 14, liU.
When I alt alone In the twilight, and the
past I am living o'er,
I can see the form of my darling gild In
at the open door;
With a gentle and noiseless footstep come
my oalnted wife divine.
Take the vacant choir bealde m. lay
her dear sweet hand In mine
A ah alt and gate at me with her deep
and tender eye. . .
Like the sura so deep and salnt-llke. look
ing downward from the axle.
My arm stretch out to embrace her, to
reach her they vainly try;
My heart tslrn and bleeding with anguish,
sadly "queatlops, whyT
Why Is UT When-people are happr. and
thlr Hvm with true love ta blast.
They work and live for each other and
their home I a haven ot rest.
That the cruel hand or fat should enter
emd In a aecond their pleaiiire deitroy.
And leave heart groaning with anguish
that once were o'erflowlng with loy.
Now the day la sad "and long dear. Tear
oft fill my eye:
I ml your sweet kiss ot welcome, I ml
your lend rooa-oyes.
By Her Devoted Husband.
(Notice for tils column or accepted at U
cents flatx either prose or poetry. In case no
tice doe not exceed ten line. And 10 cant
for each line In excess of ten.)
Joseph and Mabel Water, boy.
William A. and Ora Taylor, boy.
Peter and Vaslo, Shanos, boy.
Emldlo and Adelaide Mslatest. girl.
Joe and Mary Martini, girl.
David M. and Catherine Cookser, girl
l'asquale ana uarDara liaracaroia. girt.
Robert and Rosellne Blather, boy.
Ralph T. and Kathryn A. Bartlett, boy.
Robert L and Mary R. Barber, boy.
John O. and Lottie M. Benton, boy.
Nevell and Margaret Buckingham, girl.
Archie and Jennie vest, boy.
Hezeklah and Nettle Randolph, bor.
Thoma and Sophia Lyon, girl.
TDonui It. ana ueasie jacason, dot.
Benjamin and Emma Freeman, girl.
Samuel and Mary Day, boy.
Henry Roaaaway, Davis, K yn lCI K nw.
Catherine Qreen. 70 yrs.. 1401 tbast. nw,
James P. Hodge. 7S yrs., Oovt. no, insane.
Robert Mansfield. V yrs.. Govt Has. Insane.
William II. Morwland. 7S yr., 1301 Harvard
Charles Relnhardt, 87 yr.. JOS Ith it. nw.
Gustavus A. Brandt. 7: yr . 3l Md. ave. sw.
John R. Beatty, 71 yr.. 2H ith rt. a.
Mary O. Pries. 3 mo,, 47th and Yuma pi.
Elisabeth V. Reld. 4 mo.. MS Uth st. ne
Thomas Perry. S yr.. Wart. Asylum Ho.
Krank Rom. 60 yr.. Wah. Asylum Ho.
Edward Dlggs. 40 yr., rear of S Mo. ve.
Robert Harris, 80 yrs . rear of Kb llth L nw.
Dorothy Doton. 2 ir., 1 L t. nw.
James Croxton, 7S m.. Ill Ind L w.
Addle Br-ant. 61 yr., iwi J- si. nw.
Robert Orr.. 40 yr.. Freedmen IIopttaI
Hlllery Herled. 11 yr.. 164 B st. e.
Robert Oant, M t.. 13 Patterson t. ne.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
333 P Ave. N. W.
Telephone M. 1385. WASHINGTON.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
13.11 Ifllh SL N. W. Jfortsi 4T.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
:M34 M fit. X. W. Wrat M.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
t21t Wjiconln Aye. Wnl 8M.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,
1014 MajMacfcasetia Ave. Main 84S0.
200S Tn. Are. West B1 1B4.
ULRICH & BURDETTE,
IB2f WlaeonUn'AVe. WfitMO.
S. H. HINES & SON, INC.
1715 14th St. North 139ft.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
1503 14th Ht. Ncrth 381.
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
:onT-20U Nichols Ave S. E. Line.
GEORGE W. WISE, '
2000 M St. WtKt l.f.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
Sin II St. N. K. Line. 34414.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
7.') llth St. S. B. Line. 135t.
HERBERT- B. NEVIUS,
020 New York Ave. Main 2387.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
ItiS II Hf. IV. Bt. I.lnc. !KM.
GEO.P.ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc
301 F.nt Cnpllol St. .Line. 372.
W. R. SPEARE,
010 P St. Main 12804281.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
Ma 7tb Ht. M. AV. Mnlli 1ST II.
THOMAS M. HINDLE,
Sth nnd II Ht. ti. U Mnln r..1T.
O. B. JENKINS,
003 II St. IV. AV. Main 4804.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
1011 7th St. N. AV. Mnln 1080.
of every description modemtu prices.
1114 P Vt. N. W.
IVlUNtY WANicU & TO LOAN
TO LOAN on real .sia, lowrst
prior payment privilege, large
TYLER ft RUTHERFORD. MI Uth.
MONEY l-O LOAN-:JO to IMO.OW on 1). C.
real estato. .Several trust unds. 44 lo6
per cent. All transaction conducted with
economical consldeiatlon for Iwrrower.
WM. H, dAUNDCRS ia CO..
Southern BulMliiE. SuT'lllh fl N. W
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOAJVS AT
i an ( per cent: lino to 1,090; 011 resldeme,
apailiueui, or ln.slnesa picperty: tilghl
note or mvnthly pymtuU: Ln b aiiangea
In three data. l'AUL V. MITCHELL 4t CO..
Uli a sU N. W. t
SPECIAL MEETING oVl IiniCKUVYAHK'
UNION Thuroday. March 11, VI., Ty-
. narcn it. VH.i xyo-
urn jiaii, nsv in Raopi new .consniu
M. A. WOIJTE, Kfcordlng Kecrstary
' t , ir
10 to adopt new cohtltu-
us h. woLauiMtLtfciB hv.Ri7wi
T1US I ANNUAL MDKTINO Of stockholders
hu in ciecvion m wncer or the mitiotiai
Union Temple Association ,wllp be held -V?dirW.pI"iJl
"l.,t P Ja.. in roora.io.
JJf" 5!Uft Tnut ul?" "h ""a H at. N.
W.. Whlngten, b. C. OHAnLiJS F. '
HADEN, President. .
Modem Dentistry Afl Branchsl
-.tLn'f MeOds-iWasoaabla. prke. Work
auarantAit. na .hif..i i. WAi.r
st in treatment ot ltlggs Disease. ' Two nU
nces. ' .
y-i- DKNTAt.A880CrATION, 40t7th'N.AV
B. B. DENTAL ASSOCIATION, fl. E: $
llh ANn IB H If. ' ""
PAINLgea BXTTtACTIQN '
OFFICE OF THE
is UMUICt of
!S.Stlt2c.,,,u, "'. PWirloos'of'ii uwi
authorising changes In the im aV
! uiauwB7coais4nar intu, u,.'Afv
! 11.FU"II0 At No,r. aVwVed
ifh 4th. iu,. tu Commissioner rof Mi
District ef .Cofumbla will give k, puVUe
hearing In tn 'Board Room of ld CoJuiSi
lonar'Thurdy, March rj; Uls. iti'i.
tn., to all partlea tn:eeatd or ownlns; laela
M"!?.,"!1! JBnnlng,riJa btwtn Flfteeath
and U strut northtstt knd'tbe Aaolto
river. Plan of th proposed change Hn W
line of Denning road within tb bov llsagla
will be .displayed, and the CommlssloneV
Will consider any suggestloju orprotta.ca
eernlng the .proposed changes as shown
th above jn.ntioned ploar. ' OCIVSR
" HWHAir, IXJUIB J1ROWX4&OW.
CHAHLES W. K7JTZ. Commlaaloner.' D.'C.
DESIONINO, DItAPTINO, CUTTrNO, FIT
TINO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT.
Bring your own material, and make your
dress, suit or hot while learning. Individual
attention by expert teacher.
NIGHT SCHOOL '
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
7:30 P.M. , .
W mak a specialty of originating ' or
copying any designs from any Fashion' Book.
We make pattern to fit any flrur.
FROM 50c UP.
Entrace, 811'llth St. N.'W.'i
Phone M. 7629.
MISS WELLS Manlcurin and
uiioa fiii-w Treatment Hoa
Treatment. Hour t'to
I. MOit. N. W.. Apart, t. third floor,
I nitlCC nl AfCDMANICUtUNO.
LiUUIOL iTirallvlABoslB treauaeat,
ehlropody, hairdrentaut all brojvche usMt.
Oro Sua. SM KanoU Bldc Uth aV a."
AMY FI T 1 MANICOBXNO. BCAIIP
iVll CLLilO TREATMENT. . - i
n Uth St. N, W. Phone M. 7111.
MISS JAMERON. manicurist and chiropody:
hour. 1 a. m. to p. m. UU" NewiTPrk
ave. N. W.. econd floor.
Treatment. 4M O at, opp. U. H. l'enslon Off.
MARILDA WILLIAMS. Manicuring. Sham
ing, scalp treatment; 19 to 7. Apart. IL
Caroline. 701 llth st.
w. M. ew.
MRS. ORAL. FIELD 2g!D
Treatment; face and scalp. Her -tor a ahert
time only, lit II t. N. W.. 3Hd floor. '
M A S O A. O E Mecbano-therapr. Osteopathy.
Scion tl no Bwedlsn treatments at residences
by apotntment. Dally from 10 a. m. to S
p. m. Sunday until 3 p. m. lit Kenol bldg.
MIQQ' PATMManlcurtng and Scalp Treat
Apart. 1. Phone-Main 7125.
8. It. LAWBON. 1333 Columbia at, . 1
804 Seventeenth. Street
Over 30 Years'
Cor ot Chroh1c.'NreAis
and special Ol oases of Men ana.TVotneni,
Means Health to.You.If'You Su'fur
from Catarrh. Obesity. Rhumatjm. Coevitl
nation. Ptle. Throat. Lung. Brain. . Heart.
Blood and 8ldn Disease. NeiT-ou -tHbljlty,
Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcer
Private DUeasts Cured Tbr 'Ltf
tot. Bacteria vaccine and all tha.naw se
rum and antl-tezlns administered. 11
Charges Low. Medicine Furnlahad
Private Waiting Room' For Ladies.
Of flee Hours. 11 ta 1. to't. BondayT lb. to IL
ODR woven nur are attaraataed I
. carpet cleaned and aeetireo,. OLD
REL ECLIPSE, KO-JJl Uth St. S. W: .rjvone
Main --J.' - ' ' 7 j,x
Far Wre- ,;t
MAIN 7151 Day or'NItlttv;
'One mile, 6A3; ch additional1 mile, f!'
" AntomBt&ng eteMlrniy.'-' .'., '
CENTRAL CARRIAGE; -WAGOrf.
AND AUTO-WORKS '
B. 1( LOYD, Uaalagcr.
Truck ana Autemtbll Badle' ta Ordat.
BKAB OF t .IO U BTEBTREeTT, sfTiW.
MAIN 11(4. ,
FbIs.Ua: and Latterlhg a BpeotcJty.
AlWORJr aUARANTsH.' t
REFRIGERATORS & ICEBOXES
McCRAT nEFniOBRATOR COMPANY.
Refrigerators that are unequaled.
611 F 8T. N. W.
W Build and Repair. ne.frlcrator,,.
IP YOU ARE IN TROUBLE- LET
Celebrated Palmist and Clalrvorant. 1
Advise You How to Overcome Them. ,
Studio, 1318 J4th St. N.'W.'
HOURS: 10 A.'M. TO P. M. '
MME. CARLETTA .
Careful, painstaking aqd consclentlos
tll clearly Just what you wish tot know
without asking a question. Nothing to pky
unless you receive the Information and lad,
vice ypu-dealre. NO FEE IN ADVANCE.!.
When, who you marry If ever If sweet
heart, friend, husband, wife Is true or fajfe.
Past present, future. Business best 'salt
you. Succes In undertaking: SO years' ex
perience, mostly. In Washington. I a guar
antee of her reliability. Seea everyone, lire
pectlve of condition or color. Hours. 11 a.
m. to D p. in. In her own private residence.
705 EIGHTfi ST. N. W;
"PROF. D. B. BRUCE,
THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT,
Can be consulted on all affair. IWA vi-,
place a. tu. Iioura. IU ill. iu IV u. m..
Hunrlay. from 3 to 7 p. m
Ph. Line im.
CONSULT ZANCIG tfi$
RE.DINOS ONE DOI.IVR.
STUDIO, VH llth at. N. W. Phone M. 4411
MADAM FIELDW0"n V9U consult is
UlrtUrtiii iiluu consult th tst.
Reunites th eepsrateif. N. 1U4-J. IS1 Hh nW,
tal Scientist! can be seen st her old address,
J00 H st. N. W.. M floor. Phone M. Ml.
ioofilln -Reading 11-Mo. F)unltth
V.rfMlllU separated. Causes aidy Alar
rlaga. Remove all trouble. tlfatta,
Qt VJH.J. W.. Walk In. Hr. 11 t p.m.
ha returi.ed from England and will b
Pleased to s friend and patrons at M Its)
U N. W.