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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. . MOIVDAV. JANUARY 7. 1918. , ,
One of Life's Little Jokes
Copyright, 1917, by E. A. Bwnely.
STORES ADOPT NEW
Feven department stor of Wash-
Inrton today put Into effect the one-
a-day delivery system, and the other
war-time delivery rules recommend
ed by the District council of national
defense to relieve freight congestion
In the Capital.
All srjeclal deliveries have been
abolished by there store, a deposit is
required on C. O. I), purchases and
a three-day limit is placed on the
return of merchandise. AH the stores
In Washington must follow the ex
ample of the department stores and
observe these rules, or drastic acton
wIlL be taken by the Government; ac
cording to a statement today by
Charles J. Columbus, secretary of the
Retail Merchants' Association.
"I am authorized, to state," said
Columbus." that these rules are to
be obeyed or the Government win
take tnora'drastlc action. These rules
were mode effective. It is my Impres
sion, In order to expedite the work
of the administrator of freight ana
drayacre of the District, whose ap
polntment may be expected at any
Senator Ellison D. Smith of South
Carolina waa today chosen chairman
of the .Senate Interstate Commerce
Committee. The Democratic steering
committee selected him for the place.
Senator Pomerena of Ohio was a can
didate, bat seniority governed, and
Senator Smith waa chosen.
Senator James of Kentucky waa
aiven the vacancy on-the committee.
Senator Smith -succeeds the late
Senator Kewlanda in this Important
chairmanship. Just now, there la
extremely Important railroad legisla
tion pending;. Senator Smith is
chairman of the Immigration Com
mlttee. and who will succeed him in
that place will be decided at a meet'
Ins of the steering committee tomor.
While the steerlnc committee ac
tion la la thAry subject to caucus
ratification, it will in all probability
SHOWS BIG EVENTS
Norfolk Fire'OneTeatSre oFBfcf-
The new year waa ushered in with
a rush of ble events. ,The first week
was fraught 'with happenings in
which you are interested. You read
about them in The Washington
Times. Photographers for the
Hearst-Pathe News films were here,
there and everywhere filming scenes
to show Just how they happened.
The Hearst-Pathe News film being
shown in Washington theaters this
week brings to Washington in pic
tures the biggest events of the past
Among the features of this week's
first release are:
The Norfolk. V- fire, believed to
have been started bya German plot
ter, which destroyed, two blocks.
The arrival at an Atlantic Port of
the fleet of thirty United States army
trucks after an overland Journey
A real, hair-raising Iiold-up at Camp
Funston of a thirty-horse team loaded
with Christmas gifts, and the rescue
by a band of army boys.
The great Hummer parade in Phil
adelphia with 10.000 participating.
The effect of the coal shortage In
Induction of Mayor Hylan and his
staff Into office In New York city.
Intimate scenes from the American
camps "over there." showing Just
what the boys are doing; the in
struction they are receiving and the
preparations being made before they
engage the Teutons.
TO REFORM METHODS OF
SHIPPING ARMY GOODS
A general shake-up of the methods
f shipping Government goods In the
quartermaster's corps of the army is
In prospect. Director General Wc
Adoo Intends .to Inquire fully Into the
methods followed and to Insist upon
Immediate reform. Discovery that
the array quartermaster's corps has '
been instrumental In aggravating the
car congestion and car shortage has
prompted Air. JIcAdoo to act.
Tteports to the director general
stato that thousands of cars are tied
up at the cantonments and army
camps, laden with coal and other
commodities. These cars are not only
preventing the movement of other
cars, but are holding coal and other
valuable goods of which there Is a
shortage out of use.
DECREASE IN DEATH
RATE IN U. S. CAMPS
The death rate In the National
Guard a"hd National Army camps in
the United States for the week end
ing Iecember 28 showed a marked
decrease over the preceding week,
according to the report of the di
vision of field sanitation to Surgeon
General Gorgas today. Of 10S deaths
in the National Guard camps during
the week, seventy-three were from
pneumonia. This nurdber compares
with 120 deaths during the week be
Sixty-six of ninety-cigrit deaths in
the National Army for the week were
from pneumonia. There were 118
deaths for the preceding-week.
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5c?Vs,KSrs- L - ws.Korisbr-re call. &&&, . --tWLm vdl LSlWSHf
AMfc rYiTSs TOMfc HcrreR
vooou Be" A uJrMaiaioR .tMEc
TO ICY STREETS
(Continued from First Page.)
thought to have been caused by the
dropping of a lighted cigar, crept
stealthily up the flue and soon were
raging full blast, filling corridors
with smoke and Imperiling tbe 110
A. C Washington, the Janitor, was
awakened In his bed In the base
ment by the fire and amok;. Im
mediately he ran through every hall
way banging on doors, add yelling
"Fire! Clear out quick."
-Meanwhile, engines were respond
ing to an alarm turned In by a
passerby. , Impeded by; the glass
Smooth streets. No. 0 engine raced
from its house on Massachusetts ave
nufi. northwesL. hetweenEouri
Fifth streets, arriving first and send'
tng In a second alarm at once. Then
the men set to work bringing out
Women Carried To Safety.
Mrs. Katherine Cantlne was taken,
HI and in a fainting condition, from
her apartment on the first floor, airs.
Mary Cadett, also helpless, was car
ried to safety' in the arms of fire
men after, the door of her suite. No.
11, second floor, had been broken
Four fire-escapes afforded a means
of descent. One crowded Iron stair
way was showered with glass broken
out by a man's foot and several per
sons were slightly cut.
Perhaps the closest call came to
De Witt Knickerbocker. Jr. He ran
out into a smoke-filled corridor on
the second floor and the door catch
locked him out. while inside bis
vuirr, moiner. ana snier prcDtrra lo I
go down the fire-escape. Attracted MUVINll, CAUMNli, SIORAGt
by his banging on the door, they ad- !
mftt4 film mn nY.aVIv . I.I.Jt. L. V. ftfOYINd OOv WM UnVB ACTr
Hfe. ' 1
Shivered In Scant Apparel.
Safe outside, the shivering crowd,
the most fully clothed of whom had
Ion nothing more than slippers, night
robes and wrappers and many In bare
feet autferlng from the cold, watched
the various companies battle the
flames under direction of First Bat
talion Chief Kellher. It waa 7:30
o'clock that they were extinguished.
Damage will amount to about $1,000.
The Stanhope, a brick structure with
concrete hallwa). is owned by Chris
Knglao Driver Kept Nerve.
No. 2 engine, damaged when It
skidded at the southeast corner of
Twelfth and II streets, smashed Into
v lamp post, which it demolished.
JThe driver, however, kept some con
trol over his 10,000-pound machine.
and It was brought about with little
Injury. The crew was unhurt. It
continued on Its way to the blaze,
and aided In subduing the flames.
Tramps, according to Washington.
the Janitor, have a habit of sleeping
In tna basement or the Stanhope,
whose outer doors always are un-
locked. He thinks it was one of these J
unwelcome guests woo last night
threw a lighted stump In some Waste
and caused the blaze.
BABY HURLED FROM CAR
WHEN AUTOS COLLIDE
Physicians at Soldiers' Home Hos
pital today regard aa marvelous the
escape from injury of the five-month-old
son of Itufus E. Griffin, 08 Rhode
Island avenue northwest, hurled from
the father's automobile when It was
truck last night at First and "W"
streets northwest by a. taxi.
The two cars, the taxi driven by
Frederick Savage, of 1133 New Hamp
shire avenue, and occupied by Major
G. R. Ahern, of 1431 Oirard street
northwest, came together aa the lat
ter skidded, and the child was thrown
several feet. Major Ahern sustained
a, alight cut on the forehead. He
and tbe child were rushed to the hos
pital In a Government ambulance.
Meanwhile the taxi, rebounding,
smashed into the machine of Mar
vin Wesley, standing in front of 2206
First street northwesL All three cars
Thomas Doirllnr; A Co- Auctioneers,
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FRAME DWELL
ING. NQ. 3CT TWENTY-FIFTH. STREET
NORTHEAST. . .
By vlrtut of a certain ded of trust, jecord
ed In lltwr No. xat, at folio Hi, ono or U
Lend Hreords for the District of Columbia
and at toe request of tbo party oecorod there
by, we will sell at pobllo auction In front of
me premises, on Tnunaay, January 10. nil.
at four o'clock p. ra.. tbe following described
land and premises, situate la tbo county of
Waeblnrtoo. Dietrlet of Columbia. kBown and
dUUnrulihfd as lot numbered threa (I), la
square numbered fortr-two hundred and
elcntr-eeveo (437). In Velth & Burted's sub-
aivwon, cauea "wm wooarwre." tocttber
with the Improvements thereon. Terms: All
caeb above an exletlnc first trust of t2.eoe.00.
MOO depoalt required at sale. All conrerano
tar. revenue stamps, and recordlnr at pur
F. A. LINGER, Trustee.
II. A. UNOER, Jr.. Trustee.
l-f31 len;.S T
FRENCH, ITALIAN, SPANISH LESSONS.
Cell eTentncs by appointment. 1-13 Mth st.
N- W- l.T
Proeners from SprnCosrersatlonat Meth-
oq. nepio A-rosrees. llome Lire oiar. si. wss.
A CIVIL 8KRVICE tutor and adviser wanted
to coach me for Federal flrst-crsde clerk ex
am.: one specialised la arithmetic preferred:
tood cosnDexuatlon to rlsbt rmrtv. if ,,
nun mewl. TtOX.liTImee-ofao 11
FINE & APPLIED ARTS
aUia KM KlIX UAIMT UOJ fa. Ira.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTION IN
lUlllON FOB ENTIRE COUR8. St.
TUB CJVII, SERVICE) FRKPARATOAT
CHOOL. B. E. CORNEK Ilth AND F N. Vf
TCLEPHONB rHANKLTN gSS. 1
YU A I Complete courses la
HI. If. Jl shorthand i50 mo.),
s Ills Vi "snookkcepUsr 1401.
ratline (tXOO), Preparatory C7-S0i.
Accountancy (C. P. A. and B. C S.
Course). Day and Evening. Bnlletlas
free. 1T3 O St. N. W.
Terms May B Begun At Any Tinea.
LAKE SCHOOL Bhorthand
UArvC 5WUUL ft Typewrlllns
Indlvldoal lnetmetloa. H Bonttwra Bids.
,, -,. ,. .
THINO. ANT TIME. ANT WHERE. TRIP
fO BALTIUORE WITII Am-O I. A Tnu
jJMi. PROP UTi CHORCH ST. N. W.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAOB.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.
Rooms, t: .00 sad up. Mount Pmcklns
Phone Main a. 1-US 10th et. M. W.
n .. T-LV
127S n O Itf v
fnnsnr: packinq and wwrppr-eri
CEAN. nr etorma for rjmltur and ptaxi
KaUmatee cheerruiir dvan. WESCHIJUl'
Its Pa . v w PWoo uam irrt
MiTH-a TTtajtarER akii storaub.
free soovloa to alor
aaa. Phone North SUf
w North 3344. Of See.
IS rat, aw. Itlaut
hsUday. fkaao s
1343. Long UUtaor
LOST AND FOUND
POCKETBOOK Contalnlnc CO. War Depart
ment peas; also card with addreea of owner
on 14th at car coin south, between Euclid
and New Yortc ave.. Monday about 8:30 a. m
Return to GLADYS 0"BRTEN 11 Euclid
Columbia His. 1
STARTING CRANK Kor Kins; car. Reward
if returnedrDr. COOKSEY, HOT It st. N. TV
COLLAR Hrown fox fur. Saturday mldnlfht,
14th st near i. Itowar-i If returned to :0M
Columbia rd . apart. 41. Phone North 3SS. IT
WATCK-Ladr'a Hamilton wrist; Initials 11.
B. N Liberal reward, return to 1312 Utb
at. N. W. M
BAO Rlack; velvet, contalnlns: checks and
money Return to 111! G N. YV . reward.?
TRAVELING BAG Lady'a black leather,
lined In red, contalnlns; taupe seorrette
crepe sreae. pair suppers ana otner articles
Jfawara. ui January i. 4'iuase return
Ml 11th st.. apart. J.
SILK UMBRELLA Cold mounted, enxravlns
Marie Czarra; left on HrattsrHIe-Waahlns;.
ton car Please return to tl K at. N. W.
VOX TERRIER Female, white and black.
Reward, M E St. N. W. M
POCKETROOK. brown leather, contents value
to owner, between Tennessee ave.. urn and
E. Capitol. Liberal reward If returned to 13
COLLIE Yellow and while, strayed from
residence Saturday nlcht. Liberal reward
It returned S4( T st. N. W. Answers name
Collie. . t
BILL FOLD POCKETnoOK-ContalnlnE 110
bill, pair torlolse-rold rim slaases: lost
about town or Strand Theater. Reward. MR.
COBB. Washlnston Times. 4
PURSE Small yellow, marked L. L. Doraey.
Return to FARRAGUT APARTMENTS
BUNCH KEYS-Return to K, BERBERICII.
Marine Barracks, ita and I sta. s. V. Re
OOLD WRIST WATCII-Lcat FrMay. Deo.
3. on the Speed, ay solnr from the Ps
American bulldlna around the. Speedway to
Paul Jones' St toe and then returned to Brit
ish Embassy. Liberal reward If returned to
British Embassy. 14
1 -. ma -$ trm - C-av
FACTE OFT fcs-STRCtfSA
rR UrXUMtGLOT 3ew T6
LOST AND ROUND
SWEATER Brieht jrreen,
sleeveless, on New Hampshire
ave. Kewara it returned to 405
Portsmouth. 1735 N. H. ave.
WATCH AND CHAIN-rGentlrman's. cold;
W. H. A. monorram and lad's picture In
back: In front of (is Park rd. or IMS II st.
N. TV. neward. Return to Dr. W. II. AT-
,LMti.-v. no M et. N. TV.
AOENTS Ladles and futlsmea. from I U
II now betns; eeanej by representatives.
Wli OorsUi sve. Call or write. I
WANTED Traveling and local represent
tires to rent Alms to motion picture tbea
ters: no experience secessaiy; Mr -commissions
paid; all or part time; write for rartlo-
i.l irtl7Alfr-t- nurvnTkn. a v ovum
CATK. 51 East 4aid et.. New York city. T
HELP WANTED MALE.
BOYS WANTED "
Live ambitious boys with and
without wheels. Good chance
for advancement. Report at
once to the Messenger' Service
U. S. Fuel Administration,
18th & C Sts. N. W.
APPRENTICE BOT Apply GEO. A. 81
MONDS & CX.. 892-10 F St. N. T.
BOT Experienced soda, fountain; reference:
at once. TASTT CANDY A LUNCH CO..
10 Pa, ave. N. W. S
BOYS Colored, to work around lunch room.
aisnwaaner. bus ij. etc. HERBERT'S,
Inc. 13 Jth at. 't
TWO BUS BOYS and two dish
washers; short hours and good
pay. Apply at once to 1713
Penn. ave. N. V. 1-5
Colored, with wb-.t. aa mewenteri,
$10 to $15 WEEKLY
and commission; also public or hlsh school
students, erenlnrs, 17 weekly. .Acolr J1I
12th et, N. W. n
A.A.A. WANTED: .
A BOY WITH
Excellent opportunity to
learn the newspaper busi
ness. Apply at once,
G. L KESLER,
BOYS Three, to carry Times routes. Hth and
V sts.: rood salary. Aprly to CIRCULA
TION DEPT Washlnxton Tlmea. a
COLLECTORS 2; excellent
opportunity for advancement
to right men. The Hub Furni
ture Co., 7th & D Sts. 7
WANNTED 1 all-around blacksmith. H car
penters (union men). JA while and fifty col
ored laborers. Apply J. F Do Lacrr. employ
ment masaser The Austin Co., S3 Jin st
CLERK In warehouse: also boy In coal of
flee. Applr M. B. TAYLOR, Her. te
nhaneon A Bro., Tth st. wharf. p7
CHAUFFEUR, mechanic, private
family; must have reference:
colored preferred. Franklin 153.
1515 16th st. N. W. 6
JHAUrrEURS for eltctrlcal vehicle, etartlnc
salary 170. aood prospects; early advance,
-nent. Applr K L st N. E. i.
CYLINDER FJIESS FEEDERS-Permanent
Vliuauon wujri avotfi scale. WAlilUMi.
TON PRINTING CO.. TIP Ulh at. N. W. i
DISHWASHERS T o colored; cood "exes;
short hours: anulr at once, capita?.
SEAFOOD CO., M7 Hth at N. W. l-
UAC1IINIST8, bolltnnaken, maehlntats'
helpers, bollermakars' belrmrs. derka.
meeaenaer boys, baczsse and man porters,
white women, for car cleaners: white and
rolored laborers. Apply ROOM tot. Union
Highest wages and steady
AND STORAGE CO.,
920 E St N. W.
FIREMEN Steady work and
good wages. 19 Pierce St.
N. W. 7
Apply 1M Monday, TJS-Kl 11th at. N. W.;
pine hours: C7J per day. SIDNEY L,
HBCRTNOER HOUSE WIUX'KINQ CO. 1-S
V sMs.slTsssTs- HM V W Y mT I es k A.. 'V JU 1 -a
HELP WANTED MALE
FIREUAN-At Sibley UeasltaL
Capitol st. '
SALESMEN Splendid opportu
nity on our wagon sales for sev
eral live wires; established routes;
salary, $18 and commission; must
be able to furnish real estate
bonds; 31 to 35 years of age;
married men preferred. Apply
Jewel -Tea Co., lifer 1712 14th
St. N. W. 7
ER. Ralclsh Hotel.
MAN Tomur colored, aa porter; one genes
ally useful about store and help on del. car;
apply after Tun. Til 7th st. 17
YOUNG MEN with motorcycles
or bicycles; excellent salary to
right parties.' Apply at once to
MR. PIERCE, 1401 F st. N. W.
MEN S active, to clean windows; salary nt.
ei jr u. a mbt. j
MK.V for dlstrlbutlns: H.S per day. O EN-
URAL LIVERY, rear 37 Pa, ave. N. W.. T
Pright. aggressive, anfl..D- ,
lie, aa ciassiaea aavertis
solicitor; preferably be-
log solicitor; preferably
tween IT and 23 ysarsof
A splendid opportunity for
the right man. Apply at onca,
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
PHARMACIST Ambitious; rood hours and
rood mlarr. Arolr NATTAN's nnrn
COMPANT, Howard and Franklin star; Bal
timore. JId. 7
PRESSER First class. Mertz
& Mertz. 906 F St N. W. 7
COLORED PRESSER 418 9th
St. N. W. 7
PORTER Mertz & Mertz. 906
F St. N. W. 7
Bright, intelligent messen
gers, over 16 years qf age.
Chance for advancement and
opportunity to learn newspa
Apply CITY ROOM,
NIGHT ENGINEER to work In caa hone
Address BOX 400 Times office. i
TAILOR to take "charxo of deanlnr and
presalny store. Apply after J a. ra.. (M E
TRUCKERS Warehouse; white
and colored; S2.75 per day.
Apply Timekeeper, Adams Ex-
press 10. second and Eye N. E.
.iiiz.ru1-uioreo, ana two bus boys. Ap-
CLUB, ltth and I sts. 7
HELP WANTED FEMALE
DEMONSTRATORS House-to-house: mule
team products; salary and commission: all
transportation raid: apply from 4 to I Won-
day; is to t Tuesday. MISS LINK, III c
It. N E.
WHITE EARLY CLEANERS and white bath
room sins Apply HALEIQII HOTEL
HOUSEKEEPER at once. s
GIRLS over IT for clerical work: pleasant
employment. Apply fth floor. UcKlm bids..
mi o st. J
YOUNG LADIES and women
18-30, to learn business of
large corporation; short period
schooling; pay while learning.
Apply manager's office, 1401 F
st. N. W., 10 a. m. 5
YOUNG LADY to assist in office
work, one that is quick and ac
curate at figures. Apply 2119
14th st. N. W. 5
YOUNO lady as cashier.
TLS PALACS LUNCH.
aOOI Hth St.. LIT-
Capable of aellins and turlna; phone:
salary; food chance for advancement.
Apply at once.
Qassified Advertising DepL
The Washington Times
LADIES to learn French dreaacuttlnr. dress
maatnar. deahrnlnr and millinery: rood po
sitions furnished. NEW YORK MILLINERY
ACADEMY. Ill Q st. M
NURSE Competent colored, two smalt chil
dren, dry references recurred. Aunly No.
$ apartment. SB N st, N TV. !
good wages. Apply Mr. MC
PHERSON, Adams Express, 2d
and Eye sts. N. E. 5
of -reads' is
HELP WANTED FEMALE
MATD-Colored. Apply ARLINGTON BOTKL.
from I to . to tbe Housekeeper. a
COOK Good, reliable: -must, be, honest and
have refs.: good salary sleep at home.
APT. M. The Ksneaaw. 7
SECOND COOK Must know
pastry.. SANDERS, 817 Fst
N. W. 5
OIRL At. once, for csfieral housework rn
small famllr: stay nlsbta; t2 per month.
1117 Irrtar st. apart. 4- J
HOUSEWORKER General ; (ood wares: ref
erences. Apply 4401 Conn, arc, cor. Tildes
st. Phone Cure. IBS. 1
WOMAN Colored, for tmersl bousework;
onnr rererencee. It Aaama ei. . w. -
Male and Female'
TWO PERSONS loin -small class shorthand.
trpewmuie;: uaiviauai xnsuuoion. sux
YU, Times ofBce. t
CIVIL SERVICE, PHOTO for e lamination.
Let us make yours bow.
METROPOLITAN 8TODIOJ1 SOT Pa. ave. irw,
- SITUATIONS WANTED
STENOGRAPHER Expert, abls to assume
reeponsrblllty and furnish best reference.
BOX 17, Times office. - 1
-chaasv for services aa Instructor or social
secretary: erenlnrs. BOX IT. Times oICce.7
EXPERT stecocrapner and typist desire
evening work. POX 1C; Times office. 1S
Second' Had detain r.
WOIUONOMEN. purely as a.bustness propo
sition it pays any man of moderato means
to know of this store; we have lots of
cants, shoes, suit cases, etc: these we bur
low and sell earn way: there'a also slightly.
used suits worth selllnc up. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND. CI D. 1-T
nrRS RXMOOELEO, LINED, STEAMED
AND CLEANED. UADS LIKJ3 NEW.
REASONABLE. WILL CALL FOR OR
DERS. CS Uth et. N. W.
WB DO NICKEL PLATINO RIQBT.
JOHN A. aoTTSUAN CO.,
U Were st. N. W. Phono yrank. MO.
OLD VIOLINS RXSTORaTO.
NEW VIOLINS CORRECTED.
C. CONDIE. 1111 O ST. K. TT.
GOOD aualltr ecatrae. BEST cmalltT of
fitted to your cc opaque: huns 7Cf.
window J-" freo ' J4
We sell wttn aampiea. Fa. una. ..
QLOVER'S. Ill tmd. prlv. lea. any hr Ke;
class Tueeoar. roar eves; uiest metnoa:
rcheetra: ballroom for rest. . W. 119. U
Class Tuaadur Ttnlax.
Uit Q tU W W. FrmnkJl
HORSES AND VEHICLES
, x e uth r. n. i
Borsea kind by aajr, wee
PBONB MAIN 1st
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
MRS. ORA FIELD.
Canaries for sale.
WS NEW YORK AVE. N. W. 1I
DR. KUHMERkKR. Surgeon Chiropodist.
INGROWING NAIL SPECIALIST
U lltb st. N. W bet. Ere and K. Main 10141
LOUISE MA1ER fgm?fe.'aMS
t-ud-J and calp. .0 0 ow. 6p?n Sun. l to
Hi-nttTarlnr. Facial asd Scalp TnatixMat.
We safc -tfc. -. aisiu was.
LV. Nicholson, 1305 H st N. W.
.. anil aKPIwerinls ll t I ea a.
4UVM SM v-a-a s s s a ... VI U4J SlTiri
blood and Dtnre- Ekln canoara tufty t-
movea; nocumass 24
MISS CAIN ifi?.""? V"? ?.Tt
a - -.a. ""Vl". ZI7- ,M IT
jLparv. u Mruaam ma t.
M1SSG. N. BERRY !& d
mg. isbs w ru, zna noveruae e Meaaman's
AMY FI I m Manlcurlns and Seal
UTU CLL13 Treatment. T14 nm -
N. W apartment X. I
DR. REED, SPECIALIST.
804 Seventeenth Street
Over 3D Yf?arS,uoc,'ul Practloe In the
lvcr JU I CUrSjy,. cjurla Nervous
and special Pis esses of Men and Women
means neaun to you n you suner
from Oatarrh. Obeattv. liMm,H . aam.
ettpatlon. Piles. Throat, Lungs. Brain.
Heart, Blood and Ekln Dteeaaea. Nervous
Debility, ruanev DUKases, uiaaoer Trouuee.
Bneclflo Blood Poisoning. Erustlona. Ulcara.
and All Print Diseases Cured for Life by
C4. Bacteria Vaednea. and all tbe new se
rums and antl'toxlns admlnlaterrd.
low. Medicine furnished.
Private WarUasr Room for 1 ail lee
Otaca hoursi 1 to Uta i. Bunetay. is ta li
You Do Not Find What You Want in TkesjColamnsi Phone Main
5260 and Ask for MANAGER
. m , a er. n a. r m.m. .iwf w
a. '-'- n v ,. .. A, v w- .
fur. rooms for mea only; h.-w a.: MM next
F SI. 8. E, M-Btmay front room, furauh-
'mA !.., hmn ji.ii, rMllt.RISA Onlv?
Ihrht, heat, hath. 2
JT ST. N. TV., 1U-Lan rornUoed room,
aid: floor; suitable for cvntlemeo. atnUe-"
mm pntr; errery cBaTouwiw. ,
Uh ST. N. tv.. 1117 Second floor hall room;
ntT month r all eonveaiences.
B ST. N. B mj-rurntshed rooms for two
or threa gentlemen la refined horns; brealt-
e., te JtMmtrm' wrtftA.i II- ,MnaMa.
O ST. 'N W lrs-Jront room, farnished;
.11 .., Jt. V..k M.I..VI. fn. . e i(K
ecu ttrmwj. m. aiutwM, m.. . v- .
- . 1-S
did ST. N. TV- ilt-Rooms for Hint bouse-
B ST. N. W. n Neap Capitol: In aa at
tractive modern come: on aouwe souta
front hay window roam: reasonable t
men. " 1
Hth ST. N. W.
-w' room sad
Furnished Room "With Board
antrgaT trr -v -or,
K ST. N. W.. lrW-Slnalo room, third floor;
I o'clock breakfast and ( o'clock dinner:
rood table: S3 month. i 7
G ST. N. E.. KT Room and board tor two
gentlemen; private family; new house;
phone In houee. 13
ENLISTED man seeks accommodations for
self. wife, and child: prefer rooms Usht
housekeeping- or small apartment: win
take rooms with board: Eire details. TJOX
in. Times office. IT
NICE LIGHT ROOM for two younr men:
run&lns; water or adjacent bathroom. BOX
1IJ, Times office.
MAN AND WIFE want two rooms for Usht
bousekeepms: any part of dry: permanent
if suited; stats terms. BOX 171, Times office.
TWO OR THREE ROOMS, luthr, heat. las
for L h. k.: two adults. F. a. Room 1044
Muneey Bulldlns. M
WILL PAT P tonltor chestnut or stora coal
delivered, lis LonaTeuow st. a'nono Co
lumbia SMI. (
WANTED Furnltoro for cash. Sell your
coods to the man who elves the most
money. See HOPWOOD. tth ana g.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, sta.
Phone If. 1211 for waron. or have us call
"WESCHLER." Kt Pa. ave. N. W.
CASH prices paid for worn dothtac. either
lames or xwa's; sena posxsa; wui cau. d.
T4.RHHE8. Vf 7th st. nw. Phoqe North 43S
$2, $3, $4, $5, and $6 paid
tor men's second-band suits. 1. LEVIN.
lU rt. B. W. Phone Franklin KIX. U
LARGE, deep storeroom on II st. N. E.;
ateam neat; ontr j.wo; ayw.casn. oaianc as
rent. se this bargain: now vacant. CON
WELL. HOP It at. N. W. M. US. n
U ST. N. W- 1400 Large deep store room
n II sL N. E.: steam neat: onir o.roo. two
cash. balsncR as-rent. See this bargain; now
NICE CIOAR STORE Business section. O00
required. 44 4th iL N. VT. !
RAISE CAPITAL: beat methods; corporations
organised everywhere: liberal terme; colleo-
tlons. U. 3. LEGAL CORP.. ltd H St. nw.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
DRESS Allco blue chiffon, acml-evenlnc.
ItM; worth ITS; worn once; very small size:
perfect for restaurant or theater. Phone N.
TWO DINING ROOM CHAIRS, "one rocker.
kitchen table and smalt tabler also three
piece mahogany set: call any time Sunday.
Kit R at, N. W.fial K. 17
ENCY. BRTrTANICA Uth edition; India pa
per: limp suede leather bindlnr. with ma
hogany case: volumes atlll In wrappers. 3S3
Garfield st. North 713 I
I. C. S. SUPPLIES, band books, few-dxawlar
boards and tables. 2 small sets. 1 largo set
Instruments: very special price. TECHNICAL
SUPPLT CO.. 73 Hth St. N. W. Tel. M. Jat.
FOR SALE- Clark gas machine, wllh regu
lators: 1 Sharp crown andv bridge outfit;
vuleanlzer. bracket steriliser: many other
dental articles. 3 I st. N. W. 1S
NEW full dress suit, medium, slie. 13: new
UI? Ford hood cover. P. Franklin UOJ. i
ILLUSTRATED leeture upon Raphael's work
and 'The Madonna," wllh lantern slides.
valued at SIM: will sell for ITS. 1717 Kll-
bourne pL N. W.
BOY3 suit and overcoat for sale; reason
able: for boy about li rears old. ttrittb
St. N. E. t
VICTOR VICTROLA. HW style, chesp for
cash or will exchange for piano; also new
7 atyle talking machine. Plays all makes
records. t3t 1-S
PIANO Estey upright, perfect condition:
wonderful tone, is; also uucxenns; square
piano; bux tone. K0. Sit Mass. ave. N. W.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
NINTrrr-ACUK farm. fir miles from Char
lottesville. Vs.: beautiful location: fine wa
ter: prerty wood; oo R. F. D.; will sail oa
easy tarma or exchange for D. CL snharbaa
property of not less than fire acres. Apply
tt I et. N. W. HI
OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.
"VTaated Booms asd. Board
! VAN. cood habits, wants board and room
I la private tamOr; tuu terms. BOX-IO.
Times office. ejs
BABT Grand CheTrtlet: la good ahapa: I40S
cash: reason for sellliur. leavlnr town. Ap
ply OARAGE, rear 173 JMh St. Telephone N
FORD 1911 delivery car. only need two
months. PS cash. Phone; Mam UH.
ONE DODGE demonstrator. with; orlalnal
suaranteo: sood as new; open Sunday.
SEMMES UOTORTCO J1I2 Conn.-are. N. W
MAXWELL lli tourlnr: Oakland HIT tear-
lnrr-O'.d ohlle roadsuc Ulf; newly patnt
ed: new up- , " - '
FORDS for eale.-l IJIf" tourlnr: J j toor;
lsr. ft. "V. Rtrrrn 0- fwni. ii 1 a
FORD 1117 tourlnr. MB. SHAFFER, llli 11th
-. . 4
RAUSCH-LANG electxia: Jn eaceUent condt
tlon: owner leaving eitr. Call North 74L
AUTO CLEARANCE SALE
Hudson Super-Six 1317, almost; new and.
In perfecrcondusin. iThls carearrlea
the orlrsaalTauaaLnteeavand he rmo ,-
sitra tire. ... .JL3H
Hudson Light Six till. In perfecfbM-fhanlc-
condition. Paint. In good
condition, battery sood. tires good..... ' 75
Hudson Light 81x mi. In perfect r
ensnlcsl condition. Paint Is O. K
hattery cood and tire a good .... tU
Hudson Four. Model X7. 111. In Al
condition, can bo bought for.......... 400
Chandler Touring 1117. almost, new.
with dorlc, cut-out. extra thw and '
Una. set of seat -oovo ............ li
Na-Jonal u. ills, touring- Car ta.nlca
condition and a bargain at ............. sM
Packard touring, lttJ, newly painted
and vary recently overbauled.aa fins
tires and nice seat cavers .............. T5
Uarmun Speedster. 1211. A snappy look
ins; cut down car that will make a
but hit ...,......... 40s
Oldsmoblle touring. 1)11, In aloa ooa
dltloo. cyltodc , good tires ...:..... H4
Dodge Roadster. Dll. In Al condition
as ta paint, battery and Urea tX
In addition to tbo above wa ha oin
cars for you to aelect fro -
We stand, directly behind our cars. What
wo say they are they are. you. caa depend
upon It. Come to see) ns.
SEMMES MOTOR COMPANY,.
W O 1C fl. W ' M, fTSft. Jo
KATXONAI RADU.TOR ft TENDER O0
Bxpert rrpalrtar of? auto ndlalora. H.
wTtL .fTy--. !"- tj. o- c. x. inj-w.
FOR '"- iinnvrr .q
BEST QUALITY. LOWEST PSIC3B.
Washington Auto Top Co,
1ST NEW TORg AVE.
OPEN and closed cars, iro model, tns Jos.
Tie andjl: per hour, tLS and l-)" basi
fnl white eaaagettrs. Ppons Ltncots .
LARGa etreet-fioor room. xtxM, for aata
TWO or three rooms, rum. for light bouse--S2p'2ir:?,u,"
8- W. or 8. E.; ref. fura.
BOX 177. Times office.
THREE-ROOM apartment Including- bath:
In Urtvje ie sbbb . . .
, iwvts. wa , xuat t-
" IT WILL PAT TOU
Ta Investigate at Once These Beautlral
Greater Capitol Heights Lob
ONX.T $20 BACH
SI CASn SI MONTzl
TAKE H ST. CAR. OCT OFjrJlsrST. at
X. OMB CUt FARE, s TIQKETS a
OFFICES. Mara Office. N. Tt avaTNe
W. On Grounds, list and C eta. N. a.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME IT FAT&
q B ZANTZINGER. 1 N. T ave, X. W.
CAB?N JOHN PABK.
ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOMXlL
J. 8. TOMUNSON. g Sooth. Bidx. M. JIM,
CONVENIENT bungalow. 10 minutes ta Gov.
oSlcea: HO per month. Mrs. BLACKBURN,
FOR SALE FARMS
FOR SALS FARM-Sf acres. IV, xolles frora
ear Una at Silver Spring. Md. Address
MRS. CAROLINE CT.ARK. BUvcr Spring,
MONEY WANTEDS TO LOAN
Of moot; lo Tm. Ddj of Tnut tftr
Utsrtxaccs) ea TCaahlaatoa. EL c RAl H"
tat alwaja rl tb Mil istanat prorqlwd.
axul IL return of all th prtaclpal vbca ts.
rc-srdlaa of the Tarylnc lscumaa and Tmiuar
of otHer ecuiitfa, and tbry ara oac aulv
ct to taxation Wa bar bcQ mvcctW3
AeyacMt Lo miking Uwaa tBTMtmaata -f r oat
cllanu for xcora tlian a qnarttr of a caotsrr.
infMQBMiu. lAt. .Vsuo u fis.vw as. a. ajM
I car cant now reatv Cor dsiliTatT ILartMa
WM. H. SAUNDEKS & CO.,,
SOUTHERN BUlLPrNO. 807 HTH. 8S.
MONET ta loan on fomirar an plane ta;
any sum trees K te UM. Address PBO-'
PLUS tku.tt CO.. Boasirn. va i-:
MONET VO LOAN on real aetata
rataa; nrlor narraent orlvllecei
amounts. TYLER. A fiUTBXBXOUVta 3
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