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THE WASTTTVftTOX TDIES. TUESDAY; JAJsTJARY 8," 1918.
QUESTION PUT UP
TO COMPANY IN
Edward E. Clement, attorney for
the Board of Trade, today Desan his
cross-exarnlnalton of T. T. SyWan.
representlnc the Eastern croup of
telephone companies, when the tele
phone rate hearing- before the Public
Utilities Commission reopened.
Mr. Clement delved Into the ques
tion of automatic telephones to show
that installation of modern devices
here as used in Detroit would ac
complish the same purpose in reliev
ing pressure oa the company"ovopera
'orsas -would reducing traffic by the
abolition of he flat rate residence
telephone, and rate increases.
Particular stress was laid on the
Mirccss of the automatic system in
tailed in the Tostofflce Depurtment
last September By means of this
sstem the person using the tele
phone by manipulating a. disc at the
base of the instrument gets nis
number without an operator unless
ho Is calling outside the department.
This system could well be applied to
the entire city, is the contention of
Groundwork for Mr. Clement's
questions along this line was laid
at the afternoon session yesterday by
Jesse P Crawford, of the Pederation
of Citlrens' Associations, who asked
Mr. Sylvan vhy it was, when the
telephone company wad commandeer
ing equipment for other cities o bring
to -Washington to meet the present
emergency, that the automatic ap
pliances Intended for Detroit were not
diverted here. Mr. Sylvan replied that
in the Judgment of the-tfompany's en
gineers the plan was not practical,
as in the present state of develop
ment of this apparatus complete In
stallation would take a number of
)cars, without a complete breakdown
of tho present standardization equip
ment. With the pressure of traffic
such as it has been in recent months,
Mr. Sylvan said, no revolutionary
move could be made Immediately
without making service even worse
than jt admittedly is now.
Company Fell Down.
Examination of Mr. Crawford
brought out the admission that al
though the telephone company ha.d
anticipated a large growth of busi
ness. It had fallen down when called
upon to meet the crisis resulting
from the country's entry Into the
war. Mr. Crawford pointed out that
4t was another case of the failure of
public utility in a crisis. While no
mention of Government ownership
w3 niade, it was apparent to repre
sentatives of the telephone company
and others present that arguments
for such ownership were being made
to the commission.
After asserting, as he had many
times during the hearing, that Im
mediate relief from the heavy traffic
conditions now existing would hae
to be afforded if service Is to be Im
proved upon. Mr. Sylvan admitted
.under Mr. Crawford's questions that
in the past the telephone company
had educated the public to depend on
the telephone on every occasion. He
said it was most unfortunate in the
present situation that the company
had fostered the practice on the part
of the public to depend almost en
tirely on the telephone.
The kerosene famine In Washington
was put squarely up to the railroads
today by John Z. Walker, local agent
of the Standard Oil Compsny.
He said he had eight tank cars
loaded with kerosene between here
nd Baltimore, and that If he could
a-et cars regularly there would be no
famine. Tw of the kerosene cars, he
said, had been shipped from Baltimore
on December 2S. Sq far they have
not arrived in Washington
"When we do get the kerosene I
have no expectation of seeing the
wholesale price of 9& cents a gallon
changed, regardless of whut the small
dealer sells It for," he i-ald. "What
he sells it for is bis business, not
The Penn Oil Oo. today received
20.000 galloons of the fuel. The com
pany expects to receive 20,000 more
gallons later today. They Also an
nounced that they would sell kero
sene In quantities of from one to
twenty five gallons at 10 tj cents a
gallon, the wholesale price, and a rise
of a cent over the previous quoted
wholesale price. This rise of a rnt.
toey said, was because the oil was of
a higher grade and "smokeless
COL HOUSE'S REPORT !
CHEERING TO ALLIES;
PARTS, Jan. 7. Colonel House's re- ,
sort on what the American mission I
accomplished In Europe has had a
heartening effect aa the allies, ac
cording to the press here. According
to La Rappel:
Tt wipes out completely the idea
that President Wilson, and the
American nation, face with Indiffer
no the greatness and the difficulties
ef the task before them Tie military
effort which Is indispensable for lc.
tory will be made by America, no
matter how formidable that Effort
COURSE FOR 25 BOYS
SEW TORK. Jan. 8. Twenty flxe
boys from 0 to 12 years old, hd
hare volunteered aa food scouts, be
a-ln a. three, months' nutrition clinic
here tomorrow. At the school which
thy attend they will be fed scientifi
cally prepared lunches, and results
will be carefully watched.
AH the volunteers are under weight
In this manner. It la believed that a
standard lunch for school children
will be developed. Milk will be an
Important rtrt of 1L
STANDARD OIL MAN
BLAMES RA LWAYS
I 'PRfClCrT -TtfA-C IM A
' WILL OfjlX fee soofc -FoQ.
PICKIMG KPvlfc-PlMS OFF "TttG"
Floor. aj CfVrcHirJG -rHe-
iHefXSLes. PROK THt?
TO ORGANIZE AT
Grade school teachers of the Dt
trlct today are taking practical steps
to organize for higher wages and
better working conditions.
A. meeting will be held this after
noon in the Central High School au
ditorium to formally organize th
District local of the "Grade School
Teachers' Union.", I V. Lampson.
national organizer of the American
Federation of Teachers and a mem
ber of the faculty of Central High
School, will conduct the meeting
Mr. Lampson. who has dne all of
the preliminary work In organizing
this association, recently sent letters
to over 800 grade school teachers of
the city informing them of the pur
pose and plans of the proposed union
Enough replies have already been re
ceived to assure the success of the
move, and the enthusiasm of tbu
writers was so evident that the meet-;
ing was called for this afternoon
Immediately after the organization
today the officers of the new union
will apply for membership in the
American Federation of Teachers, ac
cording to Mr. Lampson. This body
Is affiliated with the American Keel
eration of Labor. Plans will be
made after affiliation with the larger
body for the presentation to Con
gress of their claims for higher
Mr Lampsun was vtrj enthusias-
fls VAsfarrlnw In snaslflnn1 ftf Vila nail
.. ., .,......, .,-o.... . .o .
est project. "The replies recehed,
irom the circular letter already as
sure the success of the move," he
said. 'There Is talk nnvr nt nrrrnnlT.
Ins the kindergarten teachers when
the crude schnnl tearhem nrrnni.1
. . scno' teacners oreanu-
lion jias oecn prrieciea. lais will
undoubtedly be done and will make
lour sucri bodies In Washington
th(e already being-a hlch school and
a manual training teachers' union
These will then be federated fnto a
local chapter of the school erher J
uiituu. - f
ATLANTIC GALES COMING
la dUKsuAU WAKllINulWATC'1 ANlf fAlN -Ofiillenwii . EO'cJ
W II A monocram and Jadj f picture lit
i back in front of 1 Park id. or I4c jj t.
vlMI, Tnn.. T c ... ,N W- Henl Itettim to Vr J AT-
Ntn iORK, Jan s arnJnca of Kl.N'fliv, nee M n n w i
i?tronfr northwest wiqds along- the;
Atlantic coapt from Sandy Hook to
Nantucket uire nrderetl hoisted today
by the Weather Rurr-au
The winds lll pall this
noon and tonleht, it u stated. !
FRENCH. ITAI.IAN. PPANISII LESSONS
Call evenings by sppolntmei.t. 121J nth t
N. f it
Proftuora from Spain -Comermatlonal Meth- :
od lUpldProrrew Home Life bid U IVA
A CIVIL. fiKHVICK tutor and advlaer wanted
to coach m for Federal flnt trad clerk ex
am . one RecUllzed Is arithmetic pn ferred,
rood com pen 1 1 on to right party, If aucceaa
guaranteed BOX Tim office. ii
NATIONAL SCHOOL I
FINE & APPLIED ARTS
aisiiWta HIIX MAHMT .UOS Ti. .
tPEClAL INBTKUCTlO.t IN
TUITION "OR ENTIRE COL'RBE. St. I
THE CIVIL EERVICE PREPARATO
WMVf.,S'SxiSt. I. 9 N-1 I
.nrnvjnmi e tJLJte.i.tJ jeSS 1
Yll A Complete eeniwi la
Ifle ll. H shorthand (S3JO mo.)
Ilia Wi aBokkr,pnK M-00;
raftlnc ((3.001, Preparatory (17 All.
Accountancy (C. P. A. and B. C S.
Canrac). Day and Erenlna;. Bulletins
free. 1738 G St. JV. W.
h mi. w. w
Tenets May Be Bqtisj At Any Tlsae.
irrgi?wuu aiAsJVs-u cu pb. iji aoqiarr nwg.
T.U. V. MOVINO OO.-WE alOTB ANT
TBtNO. ANT TIME. ANT WnERE. TRIPS
TO BALTIMORE WITH AtTO. L. A. TOet
UN. PKOr . !l OIUKCH KT N W.
SEE MB for best prices and satisfactory .
senlre Till! P1XIPLVS STORAQlf AND
EXPRESS VS .th .1 .S W J
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
ABSOL,OTEl.T FIREPROOF STORAGE.
UNITED STATES STOIiAOE CO.
Rooms. 12 00 and up. Morlcai Packing.
Phon. Ualn i?Z. 41S-IM 10th it. H. W.
rvmtw . Miv-zsu.
in H Blmt N. W.
rrowAQg. packiwq awp sirrppmo.
CLEAN err toracs tar nirnltnr and pluea,
EtlmatM ebotrrully rlrto WESCUUCS'a
Bv P v v W Ptane stain UO.
niTirS TTtANsVER AMU aTTORAUas?
rrrr orlni la ater
en. Paeer Jtertk 3344
er North 3344. OtOre,
IS S . aw. Klsbt
kellday. faieae .
3343. Vnm UUlun
LOST AND FOUND
MKMOHANDlM HOOK Grn leather, con
laRilne check, lost Sdndar at Soldiers
Home Lake, at or near Park road rate: .suit
able reward lor return tQ 41CS ,w Hamp
IOCKETBQOK Brown leather contalnlnr
nibn car ticket and cards ana lumn;
lost on Capital Tract hm car Iteward If re
turned to MRS THOMAS. lZl S st. N. IV
N o; 8
CHOW IX)( J-11 lack female. Mi tray tall.
harnens hut no collar on. lost JRn , from
3110 3Cth nl N A Itewitrd for Information
leadlnt; to return of dot;. Phone Cleve 1121. S
BAG Brown silk containing two 1 notei
and key. letween Monro' st reservoir and
It W t. N W Uberal reward If returned
to 1 W rt N. W
MUFF Blacfc lynx.
Kindly notify Col.
bKL'NK FCU llfrt" Mondat. on llth t.
car alfout yam Return to Room 431.
New Interior Department. lvtb and F sts.
PURSE Small LlaiL. tontalnlui; a sum of
niont , lort oil Connecticut ate . between t$
and Q RewarU lfreturnl to MIS g 1 ,
67jLDOi;NTA:N"pKNLoft betvieen Union
Elation ami i apitot rtamruay afternoon.
Return to 1403 11 st. N W.
STARTING CltANK For KInic"i"iir lte
If returned. Dr. COOKSEY. 14fS I. et. N.
WATCH Lady's Hamilton -mint. Initials If.
E N Liberal reward, rtluni to 121: ILtb
rt Jf W 1 7
,. ntUrn to m o N w . reuard.7
toaveMNG I1A;-Uidy's b!a.k leather,
lined In red contalnlnc taut ers'tte
.crepe oress. pair iippr ana otner aniriei
. t Howard iviet January 1
Pltae- return to
Ml Hth t apart Z.
PILK UMHHELLA-G..1J mounted encratinc
Marls t-iarra. left un Hatts1Ie Waslillic-
n nr Wmu, riturn to mi K t N w '6
rtCKt:TlHOK brown IcathiT, t-ontents alue
Ia ava- ria4wali 'TAtriviAaaa uiai Itsl asi
k capltol Liberal reward If relumed to 13
Tennessee are s
o'LI.IK leilu. ami white, ttrayni from
residence !turda nlfht Liberal reward
" returned 3U T .-. . Answers name
OOLL WHIST WATtll-IMt Frldaj, Iec"
3 on lh Hptdmiy tolnp from tlie !.,
Amenctn outiaitK Bmuna in sfd
Paul Jon Statue nd thvn rtum-d to Brit
Uh Embannv Literal regard it leturntd tu
I AGENTt-utdles and guiUemen. from t to
I t now belns earned by repruentauvee
after-IL" " . .,"Jtw '-
HELP WANTED MALP
APPItENTICK Dii Apply rir-
MONDri St O tr. ID F it, S. H
ColorM. -v-itli hefl, ps mrMenger.
$10 lo SI 5 WEEKLY
snd commlf lon . altd publlf or ItlKh eoliool '
etudents eenlnuf ;7 Weekly. ALDly 717 1
12th it N W M
A.A.A. WANTED: "
A BOY WITH .
Excellent opportunity to '
learn the newspaper busi- '
nebs. Apply at once, '
U. L. KESLER,
The Washington Times.
BUY- Colored for Tk In ature 3111 M t
I BO to n.nke'liliithrlf ti.fful aroutid
riottt HJ K nt N
ITOV to do errands for la nfflc must lw
lionwt and nilck '- UVi"iory DIdc 8
BOYS Thn to carry Tlma route., Hth 'and
U ata , ttood alary Apply to C1X5CULJV
TION DKPT . Wanhlngton Tlmt. zt
HOTS and youmr men ant&1 In ht inrtal
, workera h'p. opportunity tu learn good
.trade, steady ni lornienl, kocmI wages At
, pl3 12J H at NV x
t CAIIPKNTKKH and lal-orvr -for wuTitTon
Key nate acrnm iotonfc river pr,ly
FIELD orKlCi:. foot of Xth nt. g
CIIAUKFEl'll llefereltee required
i CLERK In narehourc. aleo boy
flee AlTly M K TAYIlK
nhsneon At llro Tl It et wlnrf
In coal of
COLLECTORS 2 ; excellent
opportunih for advancement
to HRM 111C11. IllC Huh I-Urill-
lrn rn 7, C. l dc -i
lllTC Ll., Ill CC 1 IS.
the Tuesday Ladies9 Club
Te LAtlS lMlTe
A UJoHrVu- LeTTCR.
cftfcjae to Tec.(
TnEM Op Ttte
CSEAT UDORfr UtottCTvJ
Kfc liOlrJG IO '
Mexj S- JOBS.
HELP WANTED MALE-
BOOKKEEPER C o m p e t ent
ledger man; must be capable,
of taking charge of sales ledgers,
trial balance, monthly state
ments: man past draft age pre
ferred. Apply BOX 183 Times
WARREN MOORE CO.,
1 lth & Water Sts.S.W.
WANNThD 1 all-around, bUrkimlth. S car
penters (union men). XA nl:o and fifty erj
ored labonra Apply J V ! Iicey. employ
ment manager Tho Austin Co.. 9ZZ Stb st
8 K 7
CHAUFFEURS for electrical venlcls. startlnr
rniary : aooa prospecis: eariy aaranco
ment. Apply Ct L st. N. E.
MACHINISTS. boriermakers. machlnlsu'
nelpers. bollrrmaksrs' halpers, clorks.
imiiurr boy", bacxax and malt portsri
wblto woman for car cleaners: white and
co'ored laborers. Apply ROOK SS. Colon
Highest wages and steady,
AND STORAGE CO.,
920 E St. N. W.
FIREMEN Stead work
good wages. 19 Pierce
SALESMEN Splendid opportu -
nitv on our wagon sales for sev-'
eral live wires; established routes;
salary, S18 and commission; must1
UC 3DIC IU lUrillMl real CMillC
ri I ii .ii. .i. i.i i i iiiiiihii i i " "M I 1
tcz t rrvfert? I i i ii I . aB V " I ee.
i secede reesbeMT ) l-4 I Wk, ( how NUtt toXooV. mmfofte
bonds; 31 to 35 years of age;YOUNU i.dy
married men preferred. Apply
Jewel Tea Co., Inc., 1712 14th
St. N. W. 7
UOTRL UAKIZR storeroiim man. help fur
hotei nrnois iiotkl aoi:ncv. :
10lh .t N l H
Kit lUIelsh Hotel
rf.i i.f it r-T xt . t
YOUNG MhN with motorcycles'.
or bicycle.; excellent salary to,
right parties. Apply at once to
MR. PIERCE, 1401 F il. N. W.
lorNO MAN In siw.r etore good
OPl'KNIIBIMKK --l h et N W
m Nt MAN to run Ford and help In Mar
ket -32 IVnter Market !!
MVN outig c oreti, as lorter: on. gener-
nliy useful about stole ale! hrlp on dt-I
car Apply after I p. ni 711 7th . S I
MKN'-S actlte to clean ulndons. salary IU
yll K el 2nd floor 7
MIIN for distributing. 22 2; ir da. oEN
im.aI ItVkllV rur 237 I'll Mfc. V ?
iam "LiniuniUiv, Aaams n.xpress,
Drlght. acereasive, and en
ergetic, aa classified advertis
ing sulicltor; preferably be
tween IT and 23 ;-cars of ute
A splendid opportunity for
the rluht man Apply at oaca.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
-AmMUouji cool liuurn an I
arraftd M!ar APPlv NArTNK UlCt'iS !
COMPANY. Howanl and Kranklln Mb lul- ;
1 1 1 more. lid. "
rims Mrf 7 t
& Mcrtz. ooo F St. N. V. 7
COLORED PRESSLR 418 lth
St. N. y. 7
PORTER Mertz & Mertz. )o6
F St. N. W. 7
Bright, intelligent messen
gers, over 16 years of age.
Chance for advancement and
opportunity to learn newspa
Apply CITY ROOM,
I'M Mill It or iMuiiri appr-im ppi
Us ii ft S W in
TAlLolt 'o tHkc . lujite of . h-anim. and
preKitij; .re Appl af 'an ' i
i N U C
MC QaOSIM uJouLfc.
MfWce V FINE
HELP WANTED MALE
TRUCKERS Warehouse; white
j t j 1 1, . I
and COlOred; $2.75 per day.!
l.. Ti.l...... u. ci
Apply Timekeeper, Adams Ex
press Co. Second and Eye N. E,
WAITKRS Colored, and two bos boys. Ap
ply, with references, ARMY AND NAVY
CLUB. ITtn and I rt, 7
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CORSET SALESLADY King's
Palace requires a thoroughly
capable and experienced sales
lady fpr corset department; one
who understands fitting as welj as
merchandise and selling; attrac
tive salary. 810 7th st. 1-8
474 C ST. N. W.
OKKICB ttlltl One tan do rewtne. V
PL'LLO it tl) . 12th st. N. W. !
1 1 uuixu liu i to aiiibi in oincc
1 work, one that is quick and ac-
i - "rate at figures. Apply 2119
th s N. L . 5
tI'I'OrtTl"NITlKS at the
KUTK LAUNUHT. ai llth ;. 1
for CUIUS who vast
to LKARN to keep
, th. NATION clean II
as rainier. 2001 llth st . LIT-
TI.U P.VLACB M.NCH.
Capable of aellmc and uslnr phone,
falary. Rood chance for adTaacemsnt.
Appljr at once.
Clsssitied Advertising Dept.
The Washington Times
l.ALMl:x to learn Trench dresscuttlng. dress
making neitignina ana ntiiiinery-; gooa po
nion. fumthe.i nkw york millinerv
'. wa'Tji'g i n.
mnklnir dili:nins; ana mininerr; 0od po
bl ENOGRAPHER APPLY
935 Pa. Ave. N. VV. 1-8
NI'RHhi-t'oinietent colored, two small chll
dren. city referenees required. Apply No
I 5 inrtmeiit 2102 N tt N W
jjnocl wajres. Apply Mr. Mc-
rt t t-n.MI a J . f
and Eye its. N. E. 5
PANTRY WOMEN White, 535 :
ner month; experience un
necessary. Apply Steward, Stone-I
leitrh Court, Conn. ave. and I. st.
."TI-.N'nillAI'llliH-tloo.I lli per month,
liour tw & 'M, Milling tu sis) Inter when
tudkelft rami Iresei Ittaar AfNtta IV aelnev
Iliw-i -rvii iMtis, v seec --w ivtPlt'i
. t.tiltr S
WOMAN -Ioo.l reliable, or girl lo work. In
Mpall famll CC Hth si. N. W t
AI.I:sUOIKN K In our eo and ".UH
t ! sni line-in , nniHiiiiti nainiirn t is
rlit partlre. nilLKHACHEIfS. 1210 K N
lul Ml UOMVN Wliite. a..1,t sneral
u..rk llotirt !W . HAIIIY LL'NCH, l"i:
WAill WllMAN-TU II t N. H.
VAITUHH--Xi Jlda or night
1U7 New Ytrk ar.
GHtL At ottce, for aenrtttl luttteeaork In,
mail family, slay nleht IS per month
17 Irvine ft niart 4 I
iiousEWOHKKK-fhirerai ood wests ref
erri.cei. lpl vtJl Conn ue., cor. Tlluen
t I'bulte Ctele 59 7
for Keneral house ,
t.rk "111 M n N U
Male and Female.
TWO I'l.HMlNK Join imall class shorthand
il-"wrllln5 ItidUltlitsI Instrttrtlon lto
I I Tim. - olllr. '
t'UIL al.UMlK 1'IIOTO for essmUiallons
It its make Jom nor-
MbinitltlUTU oTlWU, U At. Itw
Copyright, 1917, by E. A. Rumely.
f ujuet-r U3A
, .i.-r-u rn-art-
STENOGRAPHER Expert, ablo to assume, j
responsibility. and rnrnUh best reference.
BOX fi. Times office. ! I
UNIVERSITY sradaata desires hom In ex
I chanxa for aerrices as Instruetoe or social
secretary: erenlnss BOX in. Tlmea office T
CHAItLET LEC bousht Charier C3Hn Elnr.
Ohueao Iiundrr. (o It st. N. W. ClIAIt.
LET CUDI 8INO will pay creditors at 12
gtccttd Had Oothfag.
WOKICI Otfcr, we want all our trade to be
happy a&l satlsSed: can be If you buy from
us, aa you can ssts mossy, and that's worth
eonsldartnst so tbe, pants wo sell at J), com
pare tbam with $$ r H pants In nne stores:'
pt n UU4 cash saTtd. JUSTU'S OLD
HTAND. fl D. I-I
rtnta KKMODELED, LINED, UTEJtMED
AND CLEANED. UADS LIKE NEW.
BEABONABLK. WHO. CALL FOB OB
DER&. SM 12th St. N. W.
TTE DO NICKEL PLATINQ KiaUT.
JOHN A. COTT&UAN CO..
14 Pierce, st. K. W. Phone Frank. Ua.
OLD VIOLINS RESTORED.
NEW VIOLINS CORRECTED.
o. QONDiE. m a trr. n. w.
GOOD quality opaque. BEST quality ot
flutd to your : cr opaqus: banc Tir
window JJU free '"
We sell with saaplea. PH. Una. m.
K 1 iEEB I , A'rr S urkANUj?
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
AUTO CLEARANCE SALE
Chalmers cabriolet. 19K: S win wheeLi
and one extra tire; fully equipped
and a bargain at
Hudson Light Six UH. in perfect me
chanical condition, runt In good
condition, battery good, tires good TJt
Hudson Light Six Mil. In perfect me
chanical condition. Paint Is O. K-.
battery good and tires good Ct
Hudson Four. Model Tl. lfU. la Al
condition, can be, bought for 430
Chandler Touring 1117. almoet new.
with clock, cut-out. extra tlra and
fine set of seat coers . 1.23
National 12. UK. touring. Car In nice
condition and a bargain at TM
Packard touring. 1)11, newly painted
and very recently oterbauled has fine
tires and nice seat covers ISO
Locomobile llraouelne. 1911. In Perfect
t mmllMMf lmtn fr TJ
, ............... ...... -. . .. ,
uoage louring, uh. ai conaition . . Ul
OldamobUe touring. Mil. m nice con-
dltlon, 4 cyllndtrs. good tires 50
Dodge Roadster. 111. In Al condition
aa tn paint, battery and tires I2S
In sddltlon to tbe aboro ws cars other
cars for 2ou to eelect front
We stand directly behind our cars. What
w say thy are tbey are. you can depend
uprn It. Come to see. us.
ScMMES MOTOR COMPANY,
(12 O st N. W. II. 7S0. V)
BABY Grand Chevrolet. In good shape: 1400
cash, reason for selling, leaving town Ap
ply GAltAUE, rear 173) Ulh st. Telephone N
rXIKD 19H delivery
montlts, 1322 cash.
car only need
Phone Main 1J.
ONE IXlDGi: driuonatrator. with original
guarantee: good as new. open Sunday
SKMMCS MOTOR CO . 1123 Conn. ave. N. V.
KORD 117 touring
st N. JTi
MR. SHAFFER, 1JU llth
t f tCfll.T. A Vn .I.eirii In eiwestfte wutJi
tlon: owner leatlnc cltv Call North 7441
ENGINE HOOD COVERS
FOR ALL MODELS.
mei7umEXv... a. .lifSS?"3
,t wm,iSlu nuiu iuv,.,
Oil jtbn IUIt& sb
For Hire Automobiles.
OPEN and closed cars llu model uip. lee.
Tuj snd 11. per hour. 11 2S and JlJo. care.
iui wntte cnauneura. fnoni luncoin x&. t
t-ARQC street floor room.
Iumiii ( rttir luini "im jt mymc
ssUiU.J ifi..as Uiili -eV , 111.11 ! (.lw
hUR TLt MISLbLLANtOUb
721 llth st. N.W
in rrAif iiwur. inr Knr mi inuuin
lit FKALO ROUK for sate largeet IndUn
tanned buffalo robe In esleteme. 11EIT
MfLLEU ART CV 1WT Kthst S
SHOWl'AKI--LprlcItt for InUde use. suitable
f.ir dellrateneen and grocery store, length
3 ft. 1128 Tth t N W. lt
MAHOOANY foor lamp Will sell toraplete
for tV H2 Buchanan t N W. I S
DItlS Alice blue chiffon, veml eventnr.
$220. worth 17 uprn once. ery small alze.
perfect for reetaurant er theater Phone N
two iiiMMi iiimim i iiAiui. one rotker,
kitchen table and .mall table, a leu tbree-
pl-e nialioirsn set. mil auy tin Sunday
Hit R st N IV flat 1. IJ
I C 3 SUPPLIRK. hand book., few drawing
Loards and tables, 2 small sets. 1 larre set
Instruments. ery apeclal price TFCHNICAL
SUITLT CO . T2S Hth St. N. W Tel M JO
- - -
NEW full drem. rult niedtu-n also tS new
llTKonl hood er P Franklin Vi i
VICTOR VKTIlOIJk Ills ntyle. cheap for
cash or will evchanue for piato. also new
f; ,tyle talklne ntacltlne I'btys all makea
records, 3 1
iTifSrSJa - "
ttprlKht; perfect condition. ,
S&; aleo cmckerlnr aqusre i
pUno. big tone. J-1) 111 Haas as N. W. '
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
i tncvv .. . Mrf
I t--ii-n 111 IV? HStthel n w.
' OOLD. RILVEK " l " niAMDMUS
Twe tClh LOHO STAMPS AT TrTr
fOOT OF-ThTe- HUE" AsJfci BeJS
PiVS KrJGETS fcOrUMG Trt"
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ROOMS AND BOARD
You Qo Not Find What Yoa Want in These Columns, Phone Main
5260 and Ask for MANAGER OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.
ilh er v r 420-Nice largo front room, US:.
A?;,l'"si;rs,mr c,p,to1 r
-?: -.. .-- 7rrwr-t
iitn in. . .. . aw "zlil 1
large furnished room to two reunea swu
men: steam heat. elec. and hot water. s
L ST. N. 'W., 12J Two rooms and bath, with
O ST. N. W.. 122Larg front rpejavwell.
heated: bath. 12 per week. , 1
N ST. N. W 122S One large room on see
ond floor: southsrn exposure.
IIJJNOIS AVE. N. "TV.. tM-Xf1 S
nUhed 2d-floor. front room: suitable ,,
I men: also small communicating sitting
room. Phone CoL WW, M
1st W. N W.. 2108 One largo pleasant room,
tittabla for two persons, always warm and
clean: board if desired. v
lth ST S. K.. K5 Furnished room for rent.
Call after 'Wednesday.
...nv. . xrr. ivf m i C3 Two newly
fur. rooms for men only: h.-w h.. one next
... . -
P ST 8. E.l3-eunny front room, furnish-
" . a Avv1eatTST AA1T!
ed: private tamuy: imun, fc" .
light, beat, bath. . T.1
V ST. N. tV ills targe rurnuneo room,
2nd floor; suitable for S gentlemen; genUe-
men only: every convenience.
Kth ST. N. W.ni2T Second floor hail room.
17 per roontn. an conTtnignCT..
B ST..N. W.. El-Near W: -j '-
-pf nauni aomc. ue mw .
front bay window room,
llth ST. N. W.
Fnrnlshed Booms With Boxd
N. XT . S3T Roama
NICK LIGHT BOOM for two young men:
running water or atuacrat "" "y.
ITS. Times ofnee
MAN AND WlfE want two rooms for light
housekeeping, anyarx ot wu; iiw...M.
If suited, state tertnsT BOX in. Times otnee.
!.. n mrac-v Ttrwtwa lleht. heat, ras
I " w WAV ... 'jrr. V. t . .AJJ
f I h V IWO aUUllS. X. JWWi. vi.
' "'""" """"'
WANTED rumltara for cash. Sell yoq
mods to the man who gives tha most
money See HOPWOOP. lth and Bt.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, eta.
Phone M 1212 for wagon, or have us call
WESCHLER." 20 Pa. ave N. W.
CASH prices paid for worn clothing, either
ladles or men's; send postal: will call B
TABSHE3. 1201 Tth st. nw Phone North 42s
S2, S3, $4, $5, and $6 paid
nr men's second-hand suits. J. LEVIN, e.l
m et. 8, W. Phone Franklin mi. t
MRS OKA FIBLD,
Canaries tor eale
X3 NEW TORK AN'E N.
. Ull. KOHMKRKER. Surgeon CropodUL
INGROwINU IN Alb bftciALibl
jlj nth st. N. W-. bet. Eye and K. Main 10U1
LOUISE MAIER 2n"5!LBMSr
I fEClal and scalp. MOnw Open Sun
Manleurlns Facial ana8calp Treatment.
",',5h"Vr anari " J. Main 61U
'" tl " '' J"a '"
I Dr. Nicholson, 1305 H st N. W.
Acute and chronic dleea. a of the skin.
olooa ana nr"-. o. wi mitij r-
snoTea; no w .....
. . . , j-a a t tLf.-t.... J a
MISS CAIN JS1.?.. f?':
Apart t.jhon.uin .
u vvt, rw MhKKT eaciai and Scats
Ing lOOt F at . 2nd fl.. QTer Rlfc A Hegeman'e
N. W.. apartmant a.
DR. REED, SPECIALIST,
804 Seventeenth Street
Dvr lO Years,uccful practice tn the
I etui aDedal Ulseaeea of Men and Woman
i Mannc health to ou if vou suffer
"'""a I1M111I IU juu II JfUU UHCr
from Catarrh. Obeal'.y. Rheumatism. Con
stipation, Pllee, Throat. Lusts. Brain,
Heart tllood and fcUln Diseases. Nenrsus
Debility. Kidney Die-sees. Bladder Troubles.
Srvclfia blood Polsonlnc. Eruptions. Ulcers,
and All Prttate Dueases Cured tor Ufa by
(t4. Ihtcterla Vacclnee, and all the new se
rums and antl toxins administered.
Charges low. Medlclre furnished.
PrlTste Walttnr Room for Ladles.
Oroce noure to to 1 1 1 le I Hunltt, IS sa tl.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
2 HORSES for sale. J. G.
SCHUERGER, 218 9th st. S.E.
llf utn ST. N. W
Siereee hired by day, wees we meeta jm
PHONE MAIN Istt.
Wasted Rooms and Board
REJIJlE5. COUPIX desire wlrm mo4.ern
Dii1T.P.EsniABI'E a?noN8 of crrr
AND SUBURBS-BT 8EABON OR TEAR.
John W. Thompson & Company,
T21 ISth su Phone nS2 VUJn.
BWT-t furntahed house; prefer In suborns.
irom anoat April 1st. BOX 122. Times of-
WANTED by army officer and wife, two bed
Z2 tato' -UteHeoatts. weU furnished- m
ri?-!?" Cfjtral residential section. BOX
HO. Times office. ie.
WANTED by yoana- couple, small apartment
rnmlabed or tmrumlahed ot- larze room In
apartment house. Box 1SL Times offlce; lit
ntiatijj-cimui rumianed or unfornlsbetl
THREE-ROOM apartment Iscludlna- hcth
dose in; references. BOX 174. limes Si
Borne Day a Homo or InTcstment at
CABIN JOHN PARK!
For put. Ulustrated books, and fall par.
titulars about these little farms. attraett
Bom. sites and low priced JSTwu ""
J. S. TOMLINSON,
t24 SOUTHERN BUDQ. $LAIX "MsL
IT WILL vnr
To lareetltste at Once These Beanttfal
Greater Capitol Heights Lots
CASH A I senw
TaKBH ST. CAK. OET OrV"lst ST..
JE. ONE CAR FARE. TICKET! IU
5,cS-r.a,,l5 0fn5-" JTrTa;! .
W. Ob O rounds, list and c sts. N. V
OWN TOUR OWN HOME IT PATal
O B. 2ANTZINCER. lit N. T. are. N. W.
CONVENIENT buntaloir. 28 minutes to Oo,
offices: 120 per month, Mrs. BLACKBURN?
FOR SALE r'ARM s acres, m miles from
car line at surer Fprlnr. Md Adilrer
MRS. CAROLINE CLARK. Sliver Sprin;
MONEY WANTED & TOTDAN
WE HAVE MONET for flrit trust loans o-l
V. u. real estate
Lowest rates and expeneee,
LOUIS P. 8HOKMAKER '
1107 New York are. N. W Ph. Mala Lit '
alOKy t loan oa xumiturs and ptane,
ur sum Xrwm lis to siool idjm, t.
i oa furniture and piano, ieJ
Pixa TKUar Co. Ruejta. - i-n
MONEY TO LOAN-J30 to KCO.0CO m D. Ii.
real estate. 8eesral trust funds All itum
actions conducted with economical mneliler.
tlon for borrowers,
WM. H. LAUNDERS A CO.,
Southern Building. 107 UU st. X. ty J
MONET VO LOAN on real aetata, tontc.
rates; prior payment petTlIe;rs Uru"
antouot. TYLKB RtrTH!i.r.l)Hn tr Us
NLNETT-ACRE farm, flv oillts from ttr
lottTtl!. a.; bauttful location: Una wrC
trr; plcrty wood, on B V D. will hI aif
tmsj terma or exchass tor D. C aaburb-i-proMrtjr
of cot Uaa thaa flva acraa. Apply!
fa lt. N, w. .
CLOVER'S. (12 22nd. prtr lea. any hr, 0e
class Tueeder. mday eree; latest method:
orchestra, ballroom for rest. U W 1122- 1
Claaa Toaaday avaaluct.
111! Q .t. N W Ktmnkltn ly
LARGE, deep storeroom on II at. N E.J
steam heat, only 2 000, lio caah. balance aa
rent: see this bargain now vacant. COX
WbLL. HM H et N W M W -TJ
RAISE CAPITAL, best methods: corporations
organized ercryahere. liberal terms: coUsc
tlona. U 8, LEGAL COR1 H02 H at nwi
TriZASURT DEPARTMENT. Ruperslslna;
Architect's Office, Wsshtnstrn. TJ. C. Jsn
uary T. 1J1V-PEA1.F.D rKOPOSALS will be
received at thH office until 3 p. m January
li. 111!, and then opened for a metal renins;
oer a portion of the drylnir room In th
ltitreatt of Ensralng snd rrlnttnr. Laundry
Wasltlnstoii l V In acconUnco with draft
ing and neclBcatlon. e--l-s of which may be
had at thle office JAS A WBTMORE, Act
ing SupervlatDg Archlteit. S