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THU WASHINGTON TDJES; FRIDAY, MARCH 24; 1916.
AMERICA IS MARKET
OP WORLD LUXURIES
Class of Articles About to Be
Denied to the British Is Be
ing Imported Here.
NEW YOnK, March 24. In striking
contrast to the forthcoming: additional
embargo by Great Britain on the Impor
tation of "luxuries" Is the situation
existing In tho United States. Records
of tho New York custom house reveal
that tbo high degree of prosperity
brought hero by foreign war order
Profits, bumper crops, and generally
stimulated trade conditions at home Is
being reflected In n vastly Increased
outlay by Americans for the cry class
es of luxuries nbout-to bo denied to the
British people, and which already havo
been greatly curtailed In all of the coun
tries now at war.
An official of the Bureau of Foreign
nd Domestic Commerce whoso duties
keep him ln close touch with both out
ward and Inward currents of trade told
yesterday of tho present ramifications
of the luxury trade. Ho1 said:
"At tho outbreak of the European war
there was a practical stoppage for the
time being of many lines of Imports In
what may be termed the luxury class,
owing to tho upset conditions prevail
ing ln the countries entering the war,
but later there was a resumption of
traffic In these goods. As hostilities pro-
-dressed and the need on tho otner side
of frugality becamo more emphasized,
dealers In precious stones, art goods,
toilet accessories, rich fabrics, and a
f treat variety of crude products cnter
ng Into the production of luxuries,
realized that the only market left for
these wares was the United States.
Situation Is Met.
"Fortunately for the European and
Oriental handlers, the new crop of 'war
millionaires' arising ln the United
States, coupled with the general pros
perity here, met the situation perfectly
from tho foreigners' point of view, as
Weil as of merchants In this country.
The result has been that during the past
eight months thero has been a very
notable Increase In tho movement of
all sorts of luxuries to this country."
Elsewhere It was pointed out that In
cases where certain foreign luxuries
could not ho had, duo to exhaustion or
non-production, Americans had turned
to domestic products to meet require
ments. In this connection, Amorlcan
made wines and champagnes wero
pointed out. While tho imports hero of
French champagne have been better
maintained than was generally ex
pected, prices -for the foreign product
noaied, and many UBcrs of both cham
pagne and other nines made the ac
quaintance of American products for the
first time. Much the same shlng hap
pened when German hosiery and l-'rench
cllk Imports slackened, and, as In the
esse of tho German hosiery, ran down
nlinost to the zero point. American
manufacturers aJoppcd ln and filled the
needs of the public ln a most satisfac
John R. ilecht, the Government ex
pert examiner of paintings at the ap
praiser's stores, said brush productions
of all kinds were Increasing, lie 'gave
It na his view that many fine collec
tions, now held ln Europe by wealthy
Individuals, might eventually find their
Wav hero owing to financial stringency
.Rbrnad or the Impairment of personal
According to Clnernce I Lersner, ex
miner of porcelains, bronzes, and other
nrt objects, the strong denand hero for
'nntlnuos" Is resulting In more or less
unsuccessful attempts to defraud Amer
Perhaps tho most striking example of
tho good times here Is that dealing with
the Importations of precious and semi
precious stones. Although tho Imports
of gems in 1913 wore phenomenal owing
to tho Imminence of a new tariff, with
higher rates of duty, llttlo trouble was
experltnced by dealers in working off
their stocks, particularly after payments
for war. orders began to be made. Pur
chases were made last year on a Tffar
tlcularly liberal scale, the twelve
months' Imports Into tho United States
eggreRatlng 126.621.339, or nearly J7.000.
CW In excess of 1914, when for one-half
of the year trade conditions of the
world wero normal.
Increase in Gems.
Hlnce the new year. Customs Examiner
William B. Treadwell, who inspects
practically all gem Importations enter
ing the country, has noted a big Jump in
nil classes of gems received, ln the
week of March 10 the custom house re
ported these imports as having a for
eign value of Jl.175,629. divided by classes
ns follows: Diamonds cut, but not set,
,55.7'Ul'-.l!nd uncut. $540,39:1; pearls not
act. tS8,938, and Imitation precious stones,
$19,121. Customs men said that If the
present ratio is maintained 1916 will be
a banner year for gem entries, due to
J.uropo s necessity of "unloading" stocks
here. Platinum now selling at 188 per
2ETSS' 8 com'ng In at the rate of 2,
0i 1,536 per annum.
American women last year, according
to the Government's figures, used for
.jF?.!'.?0 B,lk goods having a value of
JJfl.139.843. While this was I falling off
of about $1,000,000 compared with 1914
the American manufacturers were ablo'
to furnish tho deficiency. Toys, another
form of luxury, were Imported in 1915 to
the extent of $4,618,975. Just one-half of
the usual Bupply, but no dearth of play,
th ngs occurred, as natlvo ingenuity
nolvcd tho problem.
The demands of the automobile indus
try are responsible for the heaviest
importations of crude India and othor
rubber In the history of tho country.
Jajt week's imports at New York of
India rubber alone exceeded $1,000,000 ln
value, whllo the total receipts In this
country last year were 221,481.921 pounds,
valued at $111,031,144. In 1914 the im
i-Vroi Were "3,M5,m nounds. worth $70,-
19, He's Co-respondent;
Woman Files Cross Suit
NEW YOnif, March 24. Mrs.' Jessie
It. Bllllngham, of Lynbrook. Long inl
and, '8kcd flunreme Court Juatlcn Henri.
tier in Brooklyn yesterday to grant her
$35 (. week alimony and $760 counsel fees
', ( us a result of cross suits for dlvorco
Instituted by her and her husband,
J'-rank L. Bllllngham, an Instructor nt
the Manual Training High School,
Bllllngham accuses his wife of mis
conduct with Joseph D. 0'I,eHry, nine
teen years old. Mrs. Bllllngham denies
the charge and accuses as co-respondent
Miss Elsie May Thlel, who filed an af
fidavit that Bllllngham, weary of her,
threw her over.
A "spirit" of regret," Miss Thlcl de
clared, prompted her to Inform the court
of her relations .with Bllllngham. Deci
sion was reserved.
Haiselden to Fight
Expulsion by Doctors
V CHICAGO. March 24.-Dr. Harry J.
Haiselden declares lio will fight the
fiction of the Chicago Medical Society
in expelling him because of the pub
licity he received in connection with
the RollloRer baby case.
"I am going to tho top of tho heap
with this.' ho says. "Those men who
aro attacking me would glvo their eye
teeth to be In my hoots.". Dr, Haiselden
Is entitled to an Appeal, first to tho
Btate Medical Society, and. If this falls,
to tho American Medical Society, for
relnstatemtnt In the local organization.
SOLDIERS NO LONGER
DINE ON "HARDTACK"
To Carry One Day's food for All
Would Require Fully 115
KI'OKANE. Wash., March 21. To
carry food for one day for one nrniy.
which ln the United States comprises In
round numbers 103,014 officers nnd men,
would reni:iro HE army wagons each
with four-mule teamsn Capt. John B,
Fhuman of the Fourteenth infantry.
Fort Wright, told his Hearers nt tne
Chamber of Commerce,
Captain Hlimnan delivered a lecture
on "Army Regulations," one of a series
of talks by army officers tinder the aus
pices of tho .Military Affairs Commit
Captain fihtimnn exhibited ."ample,
menus of meals t-crved to the men In
his company to demonstrate that
"beans and hardstack" do not comprise
the soldier's diet nny longer. He ex
plained tho regulations pertaining to
enlistment, pay. discharge, the rations
and tho equipment needed In various
kinds of service.
He distributed a number of books and
articles on army matters nnd asked
those who took them away to distrib
ute them among their friends when
through with them.
"The' pay of the enlisted man ranges
from 116 a, month for tho private In
his first enlistment on home station,
to $108.80 for the chief musician of a
band on foreign service." said Captain
Bhuman. "For each enlistment tho ol
(.Mer gets an Increase of $1. $3 or 34 a
month, depending on the grado he Is
serving In." An Increase of pay Is also
authorized for excellence In marksman
ship. $2 for marksman, $3 for sharp
shooter and V fnr expert rifleman, paid
monthly from the dato of qualification
to the dato of discharge.
"A clothing account Js started for
the man the day ho enlists Tho
initial allowance amounts to $43.95.
Then for each sir months rervlce the
man completes hi- Is creditor with tho
semi-annual allowance of $12.63, a
total of $ J 44, OS for four years.
"Overcoats, and blankets are not
rharged to th clnthlnjr arrount. H
Is simply loaned these, white he buys
his clothing. Tho Rovlscd Statutes
prescribe punishment of one year's
imprisonment for the anldl.-r who
loses or sols any arttclo of his. cloth
ing or equipment and a fine of Sl.COO
for any person who buys or has In
his possession any article of army
uniform clothing or equipment.
"Tho parrlson ration weighs 4.4
pounds for each man each day. The
field ration weighs about three
rounds, nnd the tcseivc ration about
wo pounds. The present field wagon
can cary 2.700 pounds, or 600 garri
son, 300 field, and 1.S50 reserve ra
Captain Bhuman gave the following'
figures of units In the American army
Infantry company, three officers
nnd, altv-five enlisted men
Battalion, fifteen ofcers and 261 en
Regiment, fifty-one officers and SSO
In war there Is no Increase In tho
number of officers In on Infantry
company, battalion or regiment. The
company, though. Is Increased by two
sergonnts, four corporals, and eighty
privates, making a total of 1B0 men
to a company and a total of 1.87.6 men
for the regiment.
GERM OF EPILEPSY
FOUND, DOCTOR SAYS
Enters Body Through Stomach
ST, JORKPH. Mk March 24. Dr.
Charles A. U Heed, of Cincinnati, told
tho Medical Society of tho Missouri
Valley today that he had discovered tho
germ which causes epilepsy.
Like tho. lockjaw germ, ho said, it
probably exists ln the soil, and enters
the body through the stomach and In
testines, where It continues to live.
Dr. Reed contended that clogging of the
alimentary canal, always present In
epilepsy cases, forced the germ from
the Intestines into the blood.
"When this germ is taken from the
blood of epileptics and Injected Into the
veins of r.ibblts," he said. "It Cannes
them to have elllepsy, generally In
"Rabbits fed on food contaminated
with tho germ develop epilepsy."
Barber Vanishes After
Getting $62,000 Legacy
POIK1HKKEPSIE. X. T.. March 24.
Frcd I. Bosa. a barber, who when he
learned he had been left $51,000 from tha
estate of an aunt who died recently at
Batavln, N. Y,, threw his shears and
razors away with the declaration that
he would never work again, has disap
peared from this city.
He was to have appeared before a
committee of the local barbers' union,
oi which he formerly was secretary.
When he did not apjear and a search
was made for him It was learned that
ho had suddenly packed his baggage
Ilia wife is unable to explain his dis
appearance. Sign Song Stirs Cupid As
One Mute Charms Other
GREENE. Iowa. March 21. It was n
case of love nt first sight with Frank
B. Bobcrts, wealthy deaf muto of Bos
ton, when ho "henrd" Mrs. Nellie
Blrnoy-Ellls, of Greene, "sing" "Nearer,
Mv Clod, to Thee." in the sign language.
There followed a courtship of two
weeks and friends hero havo been noti
fied of the wedding, which took placo
at Lbs Angeles. It was at tho Ephphata
intBsion for the deaf nt Los Angeles
that Mr. Roberts "heard" Mrs. Ulrney-
The bridegroom is a Boston manufac
turer, a widower about nfty-flvo years
old. The bride Is tho daughter of Dr.
V. C. Blrney, of Greene, and the widow
of J. Ellis, who was killed two years
ago in a motorcyclo accident.
The wedding ceremony was conducted
in the sign language by the Rev. Clar
ence E. Webb, missionary to tho deaf.
Sixth of Same Family
Seeks to Get Divorce
DES MOINES, Iowa, March 24.-Mra.
Myrtle E. Zeman has filed suit, for dl
vorco from Joseph Zeman, wealthy
fanner, on a charge of cruelty, Mrs.
Zeman Is one of a family of six, all
of whom havo been divorced except
herself, and she Is In a fair way to
uphold the family reputation,
Her mother, Mrs. Frances wnllace,
has been divorced three times, her
two brothers onco each and her sister
once. Her stepfather, too, has been di
Proving Him Wrong.
"From vour bumps 1 should say you
aro a very quarrelsome fellow."
"Well. youVe a liar, sceT and If you
sny it again I'll amush ycr jaw.' Shark a
Commercial Spanish JZSSiH t.
tlOTt. R. Trust Rtdg., 14th and 11 N. Yr"
Mm. K. H. BIRVENT. Director. M. Hit.
air. i,uin iuvkha, Instructor.
M11B. EMILY FRKCII HAHNEH. '
i. atin hi. ,-.. r. i-nnne inc. f.
Tuesdaya and Fridays, 3314 nth it. N. W.
MOVING, PACKJNG, STORAGE
0 Separate Locked noomr$:.00 Month Up.
Mercbaats ir.Hifer & Storage Ce.
Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.VV.
ARFOU'TELY FIREPROOF RTOIIAOE.
UNITED HTATK3 BTOIUtlB CO.
Rooms, 12.00 ami up. Moving, Parkin.
l'hona Main 4223. 4114:0 toth nt. it. V?.
CLEAN, dry storaan for furnittir nn.i ,iitma
Estimates cheerfully glvin. WKNCUMSU'B,'
120 fa. ave. N. y. phono Main l."I.
Cuu Storage Itoonu,
1.00 per mo. np,
MOVING, PAUKINd by
Experts. Lair Rates.
UNION STOIIAOB CO,
414 3d it, Hals 4374.
MOVINH PADDED VANS
rhona M. MtO-tMl,
KREIG'S EXPRESS,' v
li2 II 8trt N. W.
BTOnAQB. PACKINO. AND SHIPTINQ.
Fre aaovlBar tor nlor
e. K. 8343 or N. 34,
at'onAfiB co- oia
. Nlht P. N. MIX,
LOST AND FOUND
BBAUJIUN VIUUOW MUKK-Klnra Palace
i" Miinn unroin l'aric car. lieiurn io
ian F at. N. W. ncwanl offered.
CMJRTKR JUNO of 7 diamond: batwten
home and O. P. o. Libarat reward. 1M4
lat at N. W. i
riX-Dlamond bar. March 1, between JW
Hlltmore at. and Rock Creek Tark. JJberal
reward offered. Call IBM llllunora at. N. W.
HELP WANTED WALE
BICYCLE REPAIR MAN White: must be a
nrat-cluas mechanic. Apply to IlOX lit.
Flrst-claaa for barber ahsp.
747 16th at. N. B.
DAWBON. "THE PHINTEItf" wnnta Job
press feeder at once. Apply W7 Jth at. nw.
KltAMB MAKERB-Two. J. CAREY KINU
CO.. INC.. St New York ave. N. E.
HOTEL, CASHIER, Inald atewardo. elevator
conductor!, laundry marker, bin boja, nleo
colored head waltera and aide altera. Ap
ply UICK'B HOTBt, AGENCY, 12th and Pa.
ae. N. W.
UARORERS Take Urookland or Boldlera'
Home cars. THOfl. BOMERVIUJ-3 CO..
National Terra Cotta Worka, Terro Cotta. D.
MAN Colored, to work In boiler room.
HOTEL IXKIAN. Iowa Circle, tor. lh at.
HHOU BALESMEN-Bxpertcnced. IIIKfill'B
RIO SHOE BTORE. lOy.-M 7th t. N. W. 1
BTUDENT Noon hour and evening. Apply
AMERICAN LUNCH, 410 9th at. X. W. 1
WHITE PRESSER Valet's Dtpt.. TUB
BATH ROOM GIRLS-White. Apply RA
LEIQH HOTEL, at once.
EMPLOYED people Increaee your Income S2S
to 160 par month without Interfering with
recular work, no aelllna;, no ramoMlnir, no
money or experience repaired, no work but
fun. THE COME-PACKT MERCHANDISE
CO.. Toledo, Ohio. !
HOUBH WORKERS, cook and chambermaid.
lint U at. X. W. !
MILLINERY APPRENTICE. Apply Mil
llnery Dept.. tod floor. OOLOBNHBRO'B. 1
SALESLADIES Experienced In dry roods
department. Apply at PAYNES. 1S31-M
BEWER8 Thoroughly experienced on o
men'a coata and aklrta. Apply before 10:10
a m. JULIUS GARFINKLE CO. 1
TAII.ORH on flrat-claaa coatt; must make
good buttonhole. Call Room 324 Corcoran
TYPEWRITER Experienced. Apply at
once, CEO. T. 1IILTEN, Hi John Marahall
TEN hotel waltreeeee. moldf. IU per month.
Apply DICK'S HOTEL AOENCY, 12lh and
I'm ae. .. yv
WAITRESSES Experienced, excellent poet
nun. Apply amuwuaa ii;;i;u, bio fin
at.. X. W. J
WOMEN wanted on men'a vests; ateady
ork. 4'.7 7th at. X. W. Room It.
Male and Female.
COAT, SKIRT & DRESS HANDS
Wanted at Once.
Must have department store ex
perience. Apply to iR. HOFF
MAN, Third Floor. LANSBURGH
& BRO, 42030 7th st. N. W.
OLD FALSE TEETH and old sold and all
er; fl to 110 paid for old, broken eia ui
falae teeth: hlgheet cash prices for old
Jewelry, uth hh rliiKB, watclwg, iah.ilt.3, pc
tuclea, etc , nny condition, nlxi gi.ld crown,
nnd brldso Hoik. Thin wcelc only. Drop
poktal. Will rail. Address BOX 160 Times
ONE STEAM TAHLK.
S I. Anciir.R, Alexandria. Va.
HUCKSTER'S horae, agon. and hxrneia;
cheap. 817 rxh at. X. E. Phone Line. sit.
IRON REDS. J1.C0 up, with prlnj and mat
treta, 1.; rerr.nanta oilcloth, :0c )d.: Felt
oltum, "0c yard; gat rancea, ;.U each;
barn-ilne In all klnda furniture. .1739 7th N'.W.
THE EASTERN DISI'ENHARY and Caaual
ty Hospital, wiio nave iurcha-d a motor
vehicle for ambulance work, dealro to eel I
two horaedrnwn ambulances, one unbulance
can be aeen at Smlth'a Lumber Yard, let
and Indiana ave. mv.. and the other one at
the hospital, 70S Mam. ae. ne.; aet of am
bulance harneea will be added to the am
bulance at the hospital. Hid on each or 1-oth
ambulances will be received by CLARENCE
DONOHOE. S14 Penna. ave. ae.
"No reasonable offer will bo
SOFA COUCH, bed complete, sideboard,
pictures, other furniture, northeast corner
of 11th and Irving ats. N. W. 1
TWO-INOII continuous post beds, fl.CO; Na
tlonal springs, 12.50; good mattress, S2.2S;
mattresses renovated. Johnson's, lit- II N. E.
TEARINO DOWN COLUMBIA HOSPITAL
All kinds of building material for tale,
SIDNEY L. IIECKIXOER CO.,
nth and C ats N. W.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, tarpcts, etc.
Phono M. l"Vi for wagon, or lime us call.
"WESCHLER'S," 0.0 I'. me. N. W. 1
WANTED Furniture for cash. Hell your
goods to tho iniin who gives tho most
money. See HOl'WOOD. th and K. 1
OLD FALSE TEETH.
Will pay mod prices. May be broken;
also, old gold, silver and Jewelry.
Room 203 Kenois Bldg., .
llth and O fits. N. W.
IIIOHEST CASH price paid for worn cloth
ing; either ladlea' or men'a; send postal;
will call. B. TARSHES. U01 7th iL N. W.
Phone North 4M. 1
hy sy f
BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed Information concerning tho following opportunities may
be secured freo of charge upon application tb
BUREAU OP INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
riT-1 r innn cm mit t n mm,
v iauH wvj. uuuo UUlLiUlSHji
in-Kn? T9 ABBREVIATIONS USED: ULAW Free board, lodging and wuh-w,.I&"-5r
"J0?"1' 1w Per r.. PP pr- day. I'llPer hour. JBI.-
k&-pv..i;.i Bnu i .ueln?: " uniurniynca house, garden, fuel ana miuc
tft'&SSZ'- Tn Advr.n.port.Uon may b.
XAun LABORER APPLICATIONS
i:o-iw ! .. . .. .
-.-r- wii u. viie single man lor gen
ten' YotV on "r",n "n(1 dliT trm- Any
iiSiJ co,i ''. - Kxp- " rM vrlnUr, f W PM
aurnmer. IUJ4W'. 6ummer wages March II
' ?.cembf r Ik
il!" B"li'ior Co. Two marTled men
to '"ters for truck farm work. Any
JSv. "JP; Children permitted. Tr, adv.
w thin Jfo mllen. 7 PV. IIO&F. Work tor
ives and children.
.iu !? barren Co. One married man, mid.
S.t;".r'd Vttttnti. to car -Tor garden.
? ".m oolena engine for pumping,
t!5i A"y Tfl" No objection to 1 child.
AS:rr'.y.tnm Washington and ne
flirted, IN PM, quarters and board fur
eVe'-t'.1; J'fe t0 " boohing and laundry at
t.'16.':j' Wanted April 1.
r i .'' Norfolk Co. One married and one
single man for mllltlnc and assisting with
general dairy work. Whlta American rre
ferred. other E8. II cows. Eo. ijhlldren
permitted. No. Tr. U PM, HU&F. For
.s'"ite :s rM' Dr
I70-2n. Norfolk Co. One married man for
general farm work. American, white. Other
E9. Eip. No objection to two or three
children. No Tr. US PM winter. M0 TM
FOR RENT ROOMS
Ith Rf. N. W 41 Purnlshed well heated
rooms; suitable for two. II week.
PA. AVE. N. W IMS Opp, Raleigh, warm,
sunny, hot water alwaya; no car fare; rates.
KART CAPITOU K-Four housekeeping
rooms, second door. III; 1 rooms 7rd floor,
pjrcn. iin'i neat. . lis.
,. ..... ...,, ...... .. .... .
tiBW JERBB1 AVE. N. W . Il6-Fnmt andJ
vw.n. imwij et mn llgnt. r. TTS1.
PA. AVE. N. W., Ill-Three large unfur
pnaen rooms, only io per month
Ith BT. B. E., Jll Two large unfurnished
rooms, heated; gaa and bath; very desir
Furnished or Unfurnished.
llth BT. N. W., 10M Large rooms, h. w. h.
Call after 5 p. m. 1
ROOMS AND BOARD
Ith BT. N. W.. 110-Irge nloely furnished
room; excellent board; home cooking; rea
MABB. AVE. N. W.. lm-Flrat-cUss table
board and rooms; ratea moderate; by day.
week, or month. Phone N. 1441.
SPECIAL IAJNOH-TM llth at. N W
Southern cooking, nlco home made deseert.
hot bread, cake and waffles, tlcketa M: ex
cellent table board. II. SO per week; quick ser
vice. TARI-K HOARD meals. W per wki t
meals. I1.K). to) L. at. N. W. !
17U n at, nw, Amer. & European plaru.
WORK1NOMHN Our claim for your trade I
you cannot buy lower, and are a lucky boy
to do near so well: could you use a very
good slightly used tailored suit at about WT
Well, we have a store full, pays to see us;
one price. JItBTH'H Ot.T) BTANP. tit D.
PROF. H. N. D. PARKER
Hours. 10 a. m. to I p. m. ; Runday, 3 to S,
OPFICE. T19-715 RONI) Rt'tl.OINO.
,. VinOINIA K. 1IOI.T.
IaT Assistant to Pror. t'arker.
Hour. 1 to k and by appointment.
Office and Residence. K15 N st. N W.
Full Dtcss Suits For Hire.
Pl'LI. DRESS AND TUXEDO BUIT8
M. T PIMRS. 100 7th at. N. W. Ph. M. mi.
flTEClAI. PRICKS of ll.M for J gallons of
floor oil. PI.A7.A AUTO SUPPLY CO.. 401
40S Msss. ave. N. W. Phone M, 5777.
Mattretc and Box Sprines.
SPECIAL lUlr and felt mattraesM made
over and renovated: all sites, II only.
EAGLE REDDING CO.. 1S0 Tth st. N. W.
Ph. N. 1210.
brown a co.. 47 h n. w. m. mis. win
do your minting, paperhanglnc. ccneral ra
palrlng; first-clan; reasonable. 1
THE If. B. INSECT DESTROYING CO.
Guarantees to kill nny bug or Insect. 4t
10th st. N W. Phone Main 818a.
CRAVEN & CO u!lJln- matar
... V-V-. als.. paints, oils
and glass. 15r7 Pa ate. nw. Main Ml!. 1
BUFFALO A.x L. O. PAINTS.
... E?'3 by QEO- M- CA8PER.
IW llth st. S. E. Phone Line. HI.
3t2 Of) ? p,.a ,n tapeatry. Have your
pi,.VJJ furniture reupholstered where you
F.U. 5-SVa.r"n,,ed ob- UALTIMOnE UP
HOLSTERING CO.. 1 II st. N. B3.
CARPETS THORO AND CAREPaLLY
cleaned; ruga woven from old carpets, mat
"V renoialed. Estlmstes furn. ALBERT
KAHLERT t: CO.. 157 II flt. B W. M. 2031.
R. a M. V.URTON A SON. ll B N. w.
Hungerford Letter Co. l?;
Ml Jteal Ksta'e Trust Hldg.. Hth it H.
For Sale. t
NEVER SAY IMPOSSIBLE
The Word Is Never Used In Our Office.
II you think It Impossible to secure a home
such as you desire, a call at this office, a
glance ocr my list of real bargains, will not
only sate you time and annoyance, but con
tlnco you that 1 can save ou money and
suit you In a purchase.
"AVE MANY DEHIRABLE BARGAINS.
PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT YOU.
IKJER A 1IUNGALOW, CHICKKN I'AHM.
LARGE IX)T. OR RIVER FRONT FARMS,
ASK MR. FOWLER,
SOU F ST. N. W.
HALFACRR and aero lots; convenient to
. n. M. 8MITH. Arlington, Va,, Ph.
Rossi n ?9.T. i
Only one car fare; with staole and-17,000
feel of land. Now vacant. House 8 rooms
and bath and cellar. Price U.dttO. Terms,
:C0 cash, and entire balance (33 per month,
prlnclpul and Intere-t,
James Morris Woodward,
723 'Oth at. N. W.
1 iOW TO HE YOUR OWN LANDI.ORD
on 1100 rash nnd 115 month, at
CHEVY CHASE, For full parttcultra drop
postal, telephone, or call on WM. II,
RITCHIE. 418419 Colo. hldg. Tel. M. 1041.
l-JO. PRIVILEGE of purchase, I.angdon. II.
4-room collage acre of cro'ind; poultry
facilities, largo lalng homes. Corning plan.
Apply Owner, Apartment I, The Columbia.
.. -. au hvwii h jyuoaiuiCi
summer, ItO&P. Summer wages April 1 to
7J-J7I. Gloucester Co. One married man
for general farm work and ! foreman It
competent. Any whit E8. except Italians.
1-S cowa. Exp, Children permitted.
Tr..adv.. and deducted. (23 "M. HQFAM,
Vt HM-n. naltlmore Co. Wanted! W rmv
chlnltta. round- house work; IK machinists
for erecting shop work: 10 machlnlata for
back afiop work. Car repairers aud car
bulldelt Machlnlsti:, l5o-3o Pit; car ret
Plrera and car bulldera, piecework. Tr.
adv. 10 hour TD, on Baturday.
District .of Columbia.
ir-tU", Washington. D. C. One colored
wrjman for cooking, helping to ilean Prl
days. Not lees than til PM nnd horn.
District of Columbia.
lit-ae. Washington. D. C. One stenographer,
must beaccurate, speedy and well educated.
nSSB;.'!Kfiwn5S5 '.?. m"'nt worlc VftmtA.
opportunity for advancment. Ul PM t
APARTMENTS TO LET
MM K 8T N. W.
1 4 rooms and bath
MASS. AVE. ft TIIOMAB nitCLB
T I rooms and hath
3 rooms and bath..
..Ii-Mi0 A ZJM ' '
Z The Fontanel HniirtQ
FOURTEENTH FAIRMONT NW.
3 rooms and bath tys"
3 rooms and bath ''.V'u"
w (vuiiib aim uatn.. ..,,.,,, ai.00
14M MERIDIAN ST. W v
..3 rooms and bath t"4 to T
.. 4 room and hath jtea T
Alt building-. In charge of competent
spec I ion, '
: : Swartzell, Rbeem & Henscy Co. t
111 Rftecnlh St. N.W.
-i-i-i-i i;ii .i..:-h4h.
2007 O St. N. W.
NEAR DI'PONT CIRCLE.
An unuauallv attractlte apa-tment of S
rooms and bath; elevator; rent $50. Apply to
P. J. WALSHE
7 llth Bt. N W.
Phsne Main C425.
FOR LLASE-Deslrable houaekeeplng apart..
.5 "I"0"1". h and porch. WIS Euclid at.
fj J! r,,nt- W"0- Inquire of Janitor and
1140 llth at. N. W. e
APARTMENT. 4 rooms and bath, hot-watsr
heat, all plumbing, clean and freah. In
Alexanrdla, one block to cars for Washing.
l??,trt'nt iB-fi S'AYMAKER'B CORP..
618 King at.. Ale.. Va. 1
ACr,L' fBnKBIHRE. I41J CIIAPIN BT.
.2a Y'T. Ti0??- ba,n' "ceptlon hall, gaa
and electric llghta; phone, awnings, acretns.
elevator, etc.; W per mrnth 1
IHB MT. PLEABANT ST.. APT. U-Care
paaa door; 2nd floor 6-room apt.; large perch:
all outside rooms; southern expoaura; aub-let
from Apr!! 1st until Oct. 1st for IM. Col. JIM
"L.l"1 "7 ? J' -Two front rooms sr.d
bath or for business. i
ARTISTICALLY frrnlshed twoS'foomaf pri
.,' fcath: reception hall; sleeVtnr txirl-h
JOS c'Ht' N W UW '0r SI c'"'w
VACANT PROI'KltTlES AND
APAHTMENTB TO RENT.
We cannot supply the demand for .-ood prop
erty. Let us list youra now.
PAUL V. MITCHELL & TOMPANY.
1IU 1 St. X W. 1
FOR RENT HOUSES
1318 B st. ne.. I rooms
H:J 'or"' cPKo st.. I rooms..;..!
1219 Pa. ave. ee rooms
V,V ".'.i1"" " room" '
30i3 Cnm irlrtr. nl nt. u M.
ftVM 7lh t. nw., I room
1307 c Bt. nw ft room
6.13 KlllOlt Bt. n - 4A flne J --..-.
M lth st. ne.. 2nd floor. 4 -noma..
i-l ?: J- "' t rooms, color d..
roj IJrooks ct. nw i rooms, colored
1011 P st. nw t rooms, colored....
1101 ESt. N. W.
U U 8T. X. E.-6 rooms, 41J.r.0; 1107 B St.
and 13. 7th st. nt.. t rooms, I13.W. Keys at
... nin ,. ,, i,.
2014 I'ortner place, I rooms and bath IJ0.W
UM V st. nw.. I rooms and hath 43.C0
1447 "th at.. 7 rooms and bath 37.50
Heat and hot water Included In the above
Store. 2102 Hth si. nw., with living uuar.li.O)
Apply A. II. Willis, the Tortner. ISth ft U nw.
7T5 FI.OR1DA AVE., 4 room house: water.
gas. 113. white tenants. Key 111 W. p
113 3rd St. X. W.-Brlck house. fle rooms
and yard. Key 114 3rd at. N. W.
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.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
Real Estate Loans
Easy Monthly Payments
ro unnecessary delays or
extra charges on District
Over 1120,000 In profits
for past year paid In cash
to members, including; bor
Washington Six Per Cent
Permanent Bldg. Assn.
UD V St. .N. U.
MU.NKl iu jjurtii on rcai esiaio; lowest
rates; prior payment nrivllrgos; larg'j
.,;,. Jnl. TYT.P.n AY RUTllEIlirnillv SI7 lf..h
MONEY TO LOAN-1350 to JMO.OOO on D. C.
real estate. Several trust funds, Vi to t
per cent. All transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borroners.
WM. II. HAUNDERB CO.,
Southern Building. 107 Hth st. X. W.
OUR noten rugs are guaranteed I yeais;
carpets cleaned and scoured. OLD LAU
REL ECUI'UE. M-Jll 101B St. A. W. M.324I-J
..I, f uf
DltOBMAN'-On Friday. March 24, lll, at 1
a. m., at her home, jj ti MrMt northwest,
CATHERINE AONErf IIROBMAN, wife Of
John Ilrosmanand daughter uf the late Wil
liam and Hanora Roche, In the slityflrst
year of her age, Bhe la survived by tne
following1 children! ,t, Ilrosman, Jr., Mra,
T, W. Ilrownhall, Mrs. Charles Vernon,
Mrs, J. J. McCarthy, and Misses Nellie and
Funeral Monday morning, March 27, 1111.
Requiem mass at Pt. Martln'a Church,
o'clock, Friends and relatives Invited,
FLOOD-On Thursday, March 21, 1H, at
Garfield Hospital, ANNA PORTER FI.OOD,
Infant daughter of Congressman and Mrs,
II. D, Flood.
Funeral Bunday, March 2. 1111, at Ap
Notices for this column are accepted at U
cants flat, either prose or poetry. In case no
lle does not exceed ten lines. And 10 cents
far each Una In excaaa of tea.)
Embalmem. Funeral Directors.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER A LIVERY.
fcj Pa Ave. .V. W..
Telephone M. 13M. WABHINOTOV. D. C.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
Xir 10h Bt. IV. W. North At.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
rto-u m at. rt. yv. Wrat n.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
IHI Wlaconaln Art. West Mi.
.MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,
1M4 MaxaacliMxrlta Ave. Mnln 8420.
ADOLPH j. SCHIPPERT,
2003 Pa. Are. IVeat 101 158.
ULRICH & BURDETTE,
1B20 Vlaconln Are. Heat PRO.
S. H. HINES & SON, INC.
1TI.1 14th St. North 1BBR.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
1533 14th Bt. Nrrth 2S1.
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
S00T-2OII Nlehola Art) ft. E. Line. 130,
GEORGE W. WISE.
2900 II flt. "Wrat l.'M.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
BIO II lit. IV. 13. Line. .1404.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
7710 llth St. 8. K. I.lnr. 13.1.
HERBERT B. NEVIUS,
20 We-T York Are. Slain S88T.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
40B II nt. N. E. Line. 534.
GEO.P.ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc
Q1 Knst Capitol flt. Mnc. 3T3.
W. R. SPEARE,
40 F St. Mnln 4380 1281.
P. A. TALTAVUI.L,
443 7th St. S. V. Mnln 187.
THOMAS M. HINDLE,
Oth nnd II Sts. N. W. Slnln H37.
O. B. JENKINS,
03 TI St. X. W. Main 4804.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
1011 7th St. IV. W. Main 1000.
of every description moderate prices.
1114 F St. N. W.
John M. and Maraaret Ijinrfls. Iwr.
John W. and Marjorie R. Hargett. boy.
John N and lxulse Towers. Imy.
Herbert U and Effle V. Weeks, girl.
Adam, a ml Jennie Luher. imv
Jacob and Dora Welsenburg, ' boy.
j-;imer r. and Mabel Wood. gtrl.
Ernest L. and Ixulie J. Jasper, girl.
Anton J. and Clara V. Maker, girl,
Carl B. and Fannie F. Snoggx. girl
Julius W. and Martha E. Dorsey, girl.
Ernest and Rose Russo. boy,
John J. and Ellen F. O'Connell, girl.
William and Elsie Campbell, boy.
Moees and Martha C, Retford, girl.
Ernest M. and Henrietta Carter, boy.
Robert and Vlney Cash, boy.
Eugene I). and Mary C. Hawkins, boy.
Lorenio O. and Evelyn M. Wlngfleld, boy.
.Wlnfleld and Annie Anderson, girl.
John and Carrie Hawkins, girl.
J "' Mr.k.rV.?d rm ' Vaun' b'
Iiv!e "rffli? Md" "nd V,rr,Ma Gr,fnn'
"wMhlngn. nd "el'n McCuIn- '" ot
Ue"J H"l" "! 'abel Slmms. both of
Maxwell J. Terr, of Ne York. N Y and
Jennie A. Itxkowltx, of Wlnthrop, Mass
S!T.,i.el TJlo?r,,on nd Mbl M. Mobley.
both of Washington. ".
Renjamln F. flhreve, H yrs., Oov. Ho. Ins.
Frederick 8. Topham. 41 yrs.. ise Summit
Katherlne Chewnlng. 4 yrs., 10 4th st. ne.
Oeo. Alexander Cook. 28 yrs.. J02 9lh st. nw,
Henry D. Huntemann-, 34 jts,, Emergency
Horace Hill Lockuood, 77 yrs., 5J Randolph
pl. nw. .
Thomas A. Garner. 64 yrs., Freedraen'i Hos.
Martin 11. Thorp, 71 yrs.. 1725 Corcoran st.
Leona L, Tobias, 15 rs.. mi o et, nw.
Mary M. Phelpe, CS 5Ta 724 Quelieck pl. nw.
William A. Rutteruorth, C3 yrs., 1311 Fair
mont at. nw.
Louisa 11, Plummer. 73 yrs., 213 T st. nw.
Margaret Dlkeman, 37 ,ra Oeo. Wash,
Annie Joseph, 73 yrs.. Garfield Hos.
Pauline Virginia Bteele, I rs 1300 6th st
nw , ,-
Anna M. Phelps, 73 jts., The Dresden.
William H. Buttln. 0 yrs., Providence Hos.
Mary Carletla Finn.. 71 yre., 33 Cedar at..
Takoma Park, D. C. ,
Marlon C. Blnims, 1 yr 1703 2nd st. i.w.
John Jacobs, S3 yrs , Gov, Hoi. Ins.
Ileverley Kennon, 1 jr., Children's Ho.
Infant of taiils II. anil Rertha Van Reuth
1 day. Georgetown lnl. Hos. '
Iewls Thomas, 3 yrn., rrrediuen's Hos
James Williams, 37 yrs.. Tuberculosis n'os.
Richard Kdlln, 60 yrs.. Tubercninsla Hos.
Louis Hmlth. 43 rs., Uardeld Hos.
Frank N. Ilronn. 63 yrs., Rowen road. Ana
Famuvl Rnlden, jrs.. 520 Groff court ne
Andrew Chambers, 49 jrs., 717 Jnl st. an.
Amanda Kenncy, 47 yrs,, 818 Mich, nc. ne
Mary Jane Htcwart, 35 )rs C V st. nw
Ambrnro Gross, 11 mo., Hummer road. Ana-
FOR RENT STORES
FOR RENT-714 II at. N. E a big bargain,
store and ( rooms and bath flat, etectrlo
llghta and modem show window; only a few
doors from Sth and H sts., crossing rar lines;
don't miss It only 150.
II, R. HOWENSTEIN CO.,
7th and If ats. N. E. or Ul F st. N. W.
FOR RENT GARAGE
r D HT. N. W. New brick garage. KxtO,
enter from 3rd at.. 115 per month. M. Wifit.
FOR SALE FARMS
TWO MORE GOOD 6NE8-38 arree on It. F
fc P. Va., this side of Quamlcn; litarlng
fruit, small liotue with bldgs., stream; tl.poo
rash; 4a. garden land, woven wire fencd,
100 bearing fruit trees, stream, well, spring,
near Kails Church, Va.. 11,100. Hce me for a
farm or suburban home. .1, JEROME
LiallTFOOT. 1404 H St. N, W.
9T.ee , KlTCmw lAi.WTr!r aT.on
r Mnl! ""&' .!.' BtA-KU ORIITVIN.
Phone W. 101. iom M st.
Ttff?d f'itKSTK'A'i" Troubles to
THE ANDERSON PRINTERV.
1407 NEW YORK AVE. Plloma UHH ,tM.
BPECIAL DOLLAR BALE IN JEWELRX
JULIUB If. WOLPE. llth a'h sts. N. VT.
Modem Dentistry All BiVnchea.
PaaJntstaiai Ualtie.rf..... a. a .. ...
rtiVrWntTII v,wwTr'"onDI price, worn
rices "" " iss uisaase. iwo
T; xsi?'i!vil' wonstf
A2I,15'-w.'li 2?ri.0c 5W "" oil sn
Call e .Vh7' 7, "A"?. "w W onlr.
P" s Wat J
Niff'!Li1rb..f'v ! tockhold.rs of
eoiimm i? "uiiumg company mat tho
vminy nvlng sold Its principal asset
ih.W,,V..,i,.s -""" Rulfdlng lale!l at
C : rtV.rl.?,u,f0llm.", Washington, 1),
theefn, "J".f ' ."i v?I""? o ". Proceeiis
iini.i.V. .'. "" mane among inn siock-
inii .r,.'inc .'" ,hlr respective hold
..rni. Z.i ' .T '""'" vanoua times, at tne
office of the .undersigned.
cmi...J. i. oi saiu commerce Rulldlng
elaTrSJ iynVh hfny r"fl'" o Present their
&hm5 .1 .,.h,.u.nJr,l.:nr- .jwmjn
h-....... i. .v.'i !:" JASftJi haiku,
.-.i.i.nnqiii lw aiunsey nuiidlng.
TO WHOM IT MAY mmns-t in .,
L.n r,p2.r;lb,e ' ny debts contracted hr
fany one but my self. MAURICE CONRADtJ
MISS WELLS MsJilcurlng and Bcalp
i . r, . " . .Treatment Hoars Is
4. t33 O at. N. W Apart. ?. third floor.
MIH8 JAMKRON, manicurist and chiropody:
... 0U!S' Ht m J p' m' UIJ N"r To'lt
---e a n a Btrvvnti iiovr.
AMY EI ', TQMANICURINO. SCALP
Si E1-,1-'1, TREATMICNT.
... m u i. ,y. yoone ai. lx.
WANTED To borrow I1S0; private person;
T,J.1?5r?'J10,'! K0' Interest. Address
i,vmiji a.li, limes oince.
MRS. ORA L. FIELD JJabsaoband
Treatment; face and scalp. Here tor a short
lima only, sia it at. n. w.. zna noor.
I nillQC .VIAII3DMANICURINO.
T, . i . ',""741lxScalp Treatment
chiropody, halrdresslng alt branches taughu
Open Bun. 308 Kenois Hldg., Hth A O. M.84I4
MISS BABER manicuring.
"ilJJ "noun, 8HAMPOOINO. CALP
Treatment. 403 O st.. opp U. 8. Parurien Off.
MARILDA WILLIAMR. Manicuring, hair.
dressing, scalp treatment; 10 to T. Apart.
31. The Caroline. 708 llth at. N. TV. M. f40
JOHN H. ARNOLD,
TJpholslerlng and Cabinet Work. M4 N N. W.
MISS CAINMnlcur'n5v,- Scalp Treat.
"IWJ '""1 raanl. 7lf 7th sL N. W.
Apart. 1. Phone Main TIM. e
804 Seventeenth Street
Over 30 Years' SucrrS,clirornVe!,fN.,rro,u;
and apeclal Diseases of Men and Women.
Mejms Health to You If You Suffer
from Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism. Consti
pation. Plies. Throat, Lungs, llrain. Heart.
Ulood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Dtblllty.
Kidney Dlaeases. Bladder Troubles. Bpeelrta
Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers aad AH
Prlvsta Diseases Cured for Life by Safe
(OS. Bacteria vaccines and all the new st
rums and antl-toilns administer).
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
Private Waiting Room For Ladies.
Office Hours. 10 to L 3 to 4. Sunday. 10 to IL
FOR- HIRE Phone North 1710; night or day
Ford car. reasonable.
MAIN 7151 Day or Night
One mile. tOe; each additional mite. Ke.
CENTRAL CARRIAOE, WAGON,
AND AUTO WORKS
. B. It LOYD. Manager.
Treek and Automobile Bodies to Order.
BXAR OF 443 TOilU DYB STREET NW
Painting and Lettering a Speclalt. '
ALL WORK OUARAHTEED. I
HORSES AND VEHICLES
GOOD SOUND MARE weighing about 1.100
pounds; 7 years old. Apply rear -3 New
York ave. N. W. j
MME. CARLETTA gtf JRvor.
Card Reader. 11 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Reads Your I -He aa an Open Book.
tib sin wTiir:r;T r. w.
MRS. GAYER JV'ST ocaV,4
oyant. Readings. 23c. Now 117 1st at. err.
IF YOU ARE IN TROTJRLE LET
Celebrated Palmist and Clairvoyant,
Advise You How to Overcome Them.
Studio, 1318 Hth St. N. W.
HOURS: 10 A. M. TO 8 P. 51,
ants. Card Readers; tell what you want to
know. Readings. 50c; test. 10c; I; a. m. to I
p. in. Sunday. 4 to . 813 7th at. N. W.
MADAM JEAN meu'm.uyc,uc
Clairvoyants are born, not made.' Madam
Jean has been one since childhood, aclcuml.
edged by press and public to ee the greatest
clairvoyant In the world, can positively re
unite the aeparated. Get a reading from this
remarkable woman. Will tell you Karnes.
datea. and facta without asking vou a simile
tuentlon. You have a power of vour own,
either for good or evil. Cultivate the sood.
Develop It. Use It. Call and be convinced.
Private rooms, you sea no one,
035 H St. N. W. Phone M. 8091.
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Tarot and Foreign Cards: East India Cnstal.
Now located second floor. 7.13 13th nw.
Ladles Only. Closed Sunday
Miss LaPoints JffiilJVtt'ii.T.
1143 ISth St. N. W.
racfilln -Readings, H-lOc. Rmnltes the
vaoliuu separated. Causes speedy mar
riage. Removes all troubles, batlsfactlon.
Ill y it. N, W Walk In. lire.. II la p.m.
MME. VERN ERS.irv.,lrS.,aW:
tal Scientist; can be seen at her old undress.
tOO II st. N. W 2d floor. .Phone 11. Silt.
Madame Catherine SiL"..,
back from England and will be pleassd to see
friends and patrons at 80S 5th st. N. W.
MADAM FIELDwhD ou consult rsr
mnunui riL.uu consult the best.
Reunites the separated. N. H.lt-J. 121 7th nw.
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, f1'
Readings dally; seancea Tues. & Thurs. eve's t
Frl.. p. m. l'h. Line. 3018. 318 N. .1. ave. 8.E.
MDC DrjTUReadlnB Dally. Seance
JVllAO. rVVJ 1 riTucs. and Thurs, ee
1030 tth st. N, W. Above Library.
MRS. WHITB. 715 22d at, N. W.-Sesnees
Wed.. Frl., t p m. Private reading ilally,
Sunday by appolnlinent. Phone W. H.Q.J.
MRS WANALI hriritu.vl medium.
Wed. and Frl. eves., Sundays by appoint
ment. Now at 132 Mass. me. N. W,
Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D.,
Readlnga dally. Developing claa, Monday
evening, by appointment only
Phone M. (070. 1037 th st. N. W.