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enom MOR "ALE
JOHN F. DON
set St. x. . raw New Terk ave.
~ub~mi~ru.bote house. tea
O blWas to sall.
643 East iapitel st. A thoroughly
maders, twelve-reem brckh bowe; two
Ile baths; electric lights. bot-water
bet; In perfect aies. At 19
feet 4 by 1I2. to a Wi-eet paved alloy;
M for at leaet three garages. One
of1t beat bar& in this motto. Satie
fastory terms cam be arranged ad
pneslOs gives when transfer to
tHs St. es.. noeth of Pennsylvania
ave. A twelve-room. modern. brick
house with good lot to paved alley.
Modera heating plant. Thie house Is
in perfoet condition and Is laIn a sctilon
when the house could be made to pay
for Itself by renting rooms to desirable
tosta. A very reasonable cash pay.
mest will be takes and the balance
JOHN F. DON
Is6 Eye Street.
Detached home of eight rooms and
bath: electric lights, hardwood doors.
open fireplace; attractive lighting fIl
tiee; front and rear porches; very
good buy at above price. 11,000 initial
McKEEVER & GOBS.
1406 Eye St. Main 4762.
Dandy little bungalow on large lot:
tve bright, sunny rooms and bath; all
Modern improvements; electric lights.
etc.; garage space. $1.000 initial pay
McKEEVER A 008,
1406 Eye St. Main 4712.
1405 Eye Street.
Overlooking Soldiers' Home Grounds
North of PAl-k rd. A colonial brick,
newly vapsed and painted; 6 rooms.
til @OAP&; hot-water heat. VACANT.
Near Soldiers' Home.
:-story and cellar brick. colonial
porch; 6 rooms and bath: heated by
furnace; lighted by electricity; located
en paved utreet.
John Marshall Place.
2-story and cellar press-brick build
ing, suitable for offices or residence.
Heated by hot water. Located within
half square of courthouse. Attractive
2-Family Apartment House.
Located on N at. N. W., 6 rooms and
bath on each floor; separate heating
Located on wide avenue; a 2-story
solonial brick; contains 6 rooms and
bath; heated by hot water; electric
lIghts, hardwood trim. Owner occu
pant will give IMMEDIATE POSSES
WM. H. SAU
Frame dwelling in 16th at. near Easl
Capitol at. Lot 26xA0 feet. Water anc
sewer. Now occupied by colored tenant
Could be made into cozy home for whitt
MAHORNY & SULLIVAN.
Well-built brick dwelling in Emerson at
'Two-story and cellar. Six rooms and bath
Lot 16x64 feet to alley. Good home or in.
MAHORNEY & SULLIVAN.
Near Sth and M st. N. E. Six rooms and
bath. Deet lt to alley. Building on reas
suitable for garage or worKshop. Posses
sion with deed.
MAHltNEY & SULLIVAN.
Modern home. near and sat. and Rhode
Island ale. N. E. 811 rooms and tiled bath.
Hardwood floors. hot-water heat. Elec
tric lights. Newly papered. May consider
low offer for cash sale
MAHIORNEY & SULLIVAN.
BROOKLAND, D. C.
Detace home. w ith lot 1 ,' et wide
Seven rooms and bath. Hot-water heat
Large porches, attie and cellar. Reason
able terms. Possession wIth deed or hat
tenant at $75 per month.
MA HORNET & SULLIVAN.
Forty-three acres with large frontage oi
Daltimore pike, near Derwyn, Md. Dwell.
lag. eutbutidings, etc. Suitable for farn
er embdivision purposes.
MAHORNEY & SULLIVAN,
1527 Eye at. N. W. Tel. Main 7821,
"See Mahorney & SulliVan
They Know Washington."
NEAR ISTH ANiD Q. opposite the Cairo
A good home of S rooms andl bath, on
leors; 20 feet wide, rtng bsekl to paved
Iley; vacant and a bargain at 56.00;
erms. MclACHlMN BANKINU CORP'N,
Real Esteate Dept., 10th and U. Main 431
WASHINUTON REAIL ENlTATK VAL.UEId
NO OVERPRODU'tTION 1IERE.
Don't fail to obtain lint of diesrable
homes from 36,000 to 516.000 that we now
offer at figures that appral to the buying
deserel of the owners have planned te
leave Washingiton, and others desire to par.
chase more expenaive homer. These are
seome of the reaons for seiling. lmmediate
poweesion and easy terms are obtainable is
the e cial cases.
Cali immediately for particularS.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 142 New York awe.
SemI-detached house on lilinois avenue:;
reems sod bath, hot-water heat, electric
lighta. Newly papered and painted. Price,
Ground Floor, Southern Bldg.
Well arranged home for 2 familice se m.
estached. all outside iight and ventilaton.
* r, and h'. on firat floor. 6 t-. anti b. on 2nd,
double back porches. Ifnuse nearly
22 FEET WIDE
and right at inoln P ek. Tern,.
$500 OR MORE CASH,
balance easy payments i.- in ,,ne Bat
and gt good income from the oither. ROX
211. Tmes oite.*
i t NOMNES A NDi I NV'8T lE~NTS
"See NA HORNEYt n st.I VAN
Ui PS4 SALE
0108 & SONS,
is Avenue . E.
tb at. N. i.. near Messcbusette
age. A ai-room. moders. brisk hoses
with lot I by s. to paved alley.
Terma, $8100 asb. balance $40 per
meath. ImcludleS interest &ad primOl.
Sib at. N. N.. met far from Mary.
lead ave. 4 als-room modern house
with Cller; furnace hesat; od@ eand
Poor alley; resm for garage. i splen
did cuatitiae. Ressaable terms.
o St. . X.. Near Pensyilvaia av.
A six-reMo. moders. eeleeaml house;
farnae beat: sod 16A. Po1eion10 CaN
be given immediately. Terms.
Eye at. N. 1., runniag through to
1ierida eve. A Sevean-reom. modern.
brick house; tot 31 by 1". Terms.
l,00 caso. balance In methly pcY
OHOE & SONS,
ia Avenue . E.
Attractive home, one of the prettiest
in northeast section; seven bright rooms
and bath, atorage rooms and linen
cloaeta; house is finished in turned oak
and white enamel; built-in book came;
furniture to match; all modern im
provemente; open lireplace; front
porch; screemed-ia sleeping porch; a
McXEEVER & 001.
1406 Eye at. Main 4762.
Dandy little colonial type home of
six rooms and bath; front and double
sar perch" ; all modern convenience@;
hot-water beat. electric lights, hard
wood doors and trim; laundry trays.
$1,500 inltial payment.
McKEXVUR & 0081.
14065 ye st. Main 4752.
R & GOS.
On M St N E.
Well-built 2-family apartment house.
Pour rooms and bath on each floor.
Separaate entrances. deparaate yards.
Very attractive bungalow, rooma
and bath; heated by furnace; u. n. i.;
including electric lights and running
water; house in excellent condition. 14
minutes from 12th at. and Pa. ave. Car
fare only 12c round trip. splendid
view of Washington.
2-story and cellar brick residence: 5
rooms and bath; concrete cellar; very
deep lot to paved alley; southern ex
South of D at.. went of 1t Ih at. Very
attractive 6-roon and bath brick
home; heated by hot water; room for
garage. Possession December 1.
Near 12th St. and Fla. Ave. N. E.
Colonial brick residence. 6 rooms
and bath! hot-water heat. OWNER
NDERS & CO.,
St. N. W.
15.500--HIARVARD ST. N. W.; six rooms
and bath; colonial brick: immediate pos
session; 1760 cash.
$7,750-TAKOMA PARK: six rooms; new
detached; every convenience; large lot:
garage; small cash payment; immediate
$6.750-DOWNTOWN; 1. ronms and bath.
in good condition; a bargain.
NATIONAL REALTY CO.,
MAIN 7807. 920 NEW 'YORK AVE.
Near 15th and Pennsylvania
Adenue, on unusually broad
street, in neighborhood with
$8,500 homes. Four rooms and
modern bath. Beautiful lawn in
front. Good-sized back yard to
alley. Vacant. $3,000.00; only
$500.00 cash required; balarge
can be paid in srnall mnonthly
WAGGAMAN & BRA WNER, INC.
141th STREET N. W.
1303 N ST. N. W.
14 rooms, a baths, price 813.500. Slee
your broker, or G2. A. RObINsON. Pradki.
WOODRII)(IE-Modern bungalQw with over
% acre of grourd; 96-ft. frontage; 170 ft.
deep; an eacellent lac' for poultry raising.
.;5 bearing fruit trees, 20 grapevinem: *asp
berries, currants. etc. , 'arer'p of flewer,
and abrubl.-ry. gardge; poultry house, in
eloaedt poultry yard. an investment and
home. S7.500. 3l..000 caah. Mel.ACHLEN
UANKIN'I (ollN. It..al Estate Itept.,
10th and U. Main 432. evening. North
BY cIWNER 'esnna bad
new S-room house; verandah, all conven
lence.; juet compli.-tedi by arct.itect-builder
for own usme; doubi.. floo~red. double aided,
tiled bath. show. r. emple is-tm, American
Ideal hot-water 'yatem, *eetrieity. incld
ing latest fiature, and new iFederal electric
wascher; laundry in . eliar; garage; all
Walkis. front, rear steps, cella. and garage
flours concrete, lot ;,Oal1:15, graded; ideal
location, in beautiful l'etomar. Heights; car
lIne. pass door; direct through c.-ntral city
to Capitol; frequent service, for eatraordi
nary opportunity to secure reel home at
rar,. bar aim on terms write W. t. i.P1,tIE
GER. 37A at. N. E.. or call any eveting
after 7. a
S3.06S-MMEDIATU POSSEmZON. new
. bungalow, five reem.. Cars three
elo sa.e. tarn. Two large Iota,
54.IH0-MM3DIATU POUUUI8tON. reb
urban new ala reom bouse, collar,
geeteo light. and furnace bees.
Twa large iota. 6500 cah.
64.3W0-North of Tou. Weet of 10th St..
ams roome. modern bath. H. W.HM.
ad garage. 600 eab.
IRVIN & SHANK.
MAIN 1005. __ 410 il 0 fiT. N. W.
NATIONAL REALTY CO.,
'it y and Suburban htomes
"A home far every family." e
Sin2 Now York ave. Main 78?7.
iAN EXCELLENT HOME
enbe aecured by statinF what you want
isaTimee Want Ad Pbone it to Main
6U$0. as esperlenced epereor will help you
wet eas bil wim Lea. be ..... a
HOMES FOR SALE FROM
*S,6.0--4-re s detached beaum; large
let; hot-water Ieat; eilntric ligat; large
ruesa, and the entire property In very
good Condition; culaveasIent to The eargot
care and sertbeast location. Ouly $;#I
U61111. Vacat 1111 liediate possesion.
$6,660- Sarge reas in an eaceltlnt
wsrthwest locatin. near tbe Mt. Pieasaat
street gare; mOdere beeted; electric lights,
gas; well coastructed large brie. This
property couldn't be duplicated at present
tiMe for les the about 113.000. miAedI.
610000-IS large rooms; bot-water beat
ed; electrie lights, gas; just an 14th and
near 16th street; In one at the best north
west locations. ThIs hums@ is a detacbed
home on a very large let. with double gar
age 1oldlg 3 cals. If you want a real
real boe. Be this property before you
A bout 13,S" cosh
b500 has been the price; the owner Is
sell. and wall sell at the bet prite
ha ecan got. Use this property and
make al eer; you can surely get a bar.
gala; 6 rooms, het-water bet. large lot
end colonial design.
J. D. GARMAN,
District National Bank Bldg.
Wee afe Rest.
4;iMP1E NVKu il., lIya&ttavill. Md.-M-even
rooms and bath, h..w. i., electric lights
arid g"s; immediate possession; 660 per
month. laquiru 10 3rd at. a. K. Phone
SBURRAN FOR SALE
MT. RAINIBR-One fare; large 1-room
house; all kinds outbuildlnins; 4 lot;
360zl6S (worth 1600 each); elegantly
fenced; also poultry fenelng; ennalderable
fruit, berriem, rhubarb. asparagus; land
very ferti o; gas, elec.; $3,100; 5860 cash.
$86 monthly; Immediate possession. UGO.
'. WALKR.K reege Bldg., lItth and U via.
BNAUTIFULLY oituated bungalow (new);
living room with built-ian china closet; 3
bedroomt. bath, kitchen, reakfast alcove.
eleeping parch, front an back porches;
cellar under entire house; ipeless furnasc;
electricity; on car line; h minutes fromt
Treasury; terms. 0500 cash, balance month.
ly. Phone C. J. URA). Hyatteville 45-R.
25 Per Cent on Investment of
Brick apartment house, in fine.,
condition, eight apartments, gas
and electricity. Price only
$25,000. Investigate this at
W. B. SHARP,
421 15t~h st. N. W.
Phone Main 6'713.
FARMS FOR hALE
98 ACRES fertile loam. 70 under cultiva
tion; good home, tenant house. large farm
buildings, three wells and stream; haif
mile frum trolley ant steam stationa; 1:A
miles out Italtimore boulevard; beautiful
high, rolling land. in good section: $10.-)00,;
Immediate possession. GEO. C. WALKEIt,
Kreage Bldg., lith and 0.
WANTED-HOMES TO SELL.
We have a long 4ist of buyers requiring
modern homes at prices ranging from
54.000 to $10.000. Personal attention given,
quick action assured.
IRVIN & SHANK.
1410 0 St. N. W. Main 2006.
WE CAN SELL your property
in 7 days. The W. F. OGLE
CO., Inc.. 347-S Munsey bldg.
JOHN F. DONUJIU & SUN. INC,
314 Pennsylvania Ave. S. X.
Let Us Submit Ou.- List of Homes and
Investm.int Before You Purchase.
%'X WANT J40HE HOUSES FOl SALE.
Owners of property desiring to make
quick sale. should list proyerty with us
Wit P NonMnYEr, r10 ' qt N. W
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FIRST MORTGA(I.E REAL ESTATE NOTIS
bearing 7% interest for saiv. LVenomina
tion of 8250 up.
GARDINER & DENT, Inc.
717 14th st. N. W.
MONEY to loan in small amounts. OSCAR
C. TIIOIAS. 210 National Metropolitan
MONEY TO LOAN-9250 to $500,400 on D.
C. real estat". Several trust funds. All
transactions conducted with economical
eonalderation for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
nothern, Building. 907 15th mt. N. W.
OFFlCE OF THE COMMllSSIONRIS. 18
TRICT OF C7Otl'MI11A. December 3.
1920.-SEALElD PRtOTtSALS will be r"
oelved at the Office of the Secretary of the
Board of Cummissioners, room 509. District
building. until 2 o'clock p. m.. December
17. 1920. for the construction of an eIght
room addition to the Takoma School. No.
118, located at Piney 1Branch road and
Iahi a street Takoia Park, 1). C. 'ilank
forme of proposal, sp~ectfications. plans and
all other necessary inrormation may b. ob
tained from the Chief Clerk. Engin..er Dle
partoent. room 427, District building.
Washington. I. ' A lposit of five dol
larq will t- requiret from bidder- to inet
th- return of th,- plan. and Npecifieatiois.
. TiIIIAIAN ltINPRI4CK. C'lfAlt.E1 W.
KUTZ. MIAIIEI, T. BtOAlt1DIAN, Commin
sioners, It. C.
Licenaed by the District of Colunmbia
50e MA DAM A LLEN 50c
CLAIRVOYANT AND PAL3tIST.
Guarantee. to read your entire life-past.
p resent and future; glvei true advc on
busincess, love, health and lamnily affairs.
SpecIal readings. 60c. Bet ween 8th and 5th.
512 F ST. N. W DAILY AND SUNDAY.
Gifted Clairvoyaint and Medium, can tell
you anythIng you wish to know in boil
ness, health or family affair.. When and
whom you will mirry, what to do to be.
successful In Iifr, and how to witn and hol.l
the one of your "hole.. Satisfaction or no
chIarges. 12l1 E st. N. WV., bet. 12th andt
This gIfted palmist and! liairvoyant has
an iraight of womaWiA nature and horn
with ati natural gift I'o ili your pat, tree
ent ant future famtiily nflairs. buisiness and
love: tells the namei. of t he one you will
matrry anl when; r.mon..' evil inifluenes
anid bringa the sepairuated together; she
ha. he'lpedm others and ian help, you. Iig
special reding, fit c'ent.s
309 7th at. N. W.*
3@TPTIAN PALMIST & CLAIRV'OYANT
To convince the pubite of her natural
gft t to advime you In businesa, health, tam.
ly and love affair.. BrIngs separated to
gether. Tell. the name of who you wInl
marry and when. Remove. evil Influences,
tglia how to wIn and hold the one of your
choice; bring. seuparated together. One
visit to Madame Sparrow Will pay you for
many dIsappoIntments In othmtm.
1201 7th'st. N. W. (Cor. Mf.) e
Noted ('lairvoyant and l'almist, nan read
your lIfe by the linem In 'your pals. Whleh
are the record of your life. Being a grad.
aste of two colleges of palmistry, and hle
wonderful gift of seeond sight enables hIm
te lift the veil of mnystery and reveal to
yoeu important matters of your future life.
lives advice on businema matters. love,
health and family affairs; tells nlame et
your future humband or wIfe: tells if one
you love te true or falme; what part sf the
country Is luchiest to you; what to do tn
be mueceeseful In lIfe; removeS troubls of
all nature; brIngs the separated together;
tells the ecret of having persneI infi.
aee wIth your asmoelaten. Prof. Belmont
le a Pay.ehologist of World Renown. Read.
intgs, $I. 1216 New York ave. N. W., st
door to MannIn Wmple.
(L.AIRvOTANT CR TNTAI, OAEER AND
Thia gifted lady wlla tell your fortune en
love, mrtri age, dIvnrce, change., reunltea
the repairated,. hel pa you to win bach leet
love. happiness and busines F'rank: 634
UIPRCIAI, RNAIIaNOS, 61.00.
733 13th, Iletween GI and H.
IeeNed b te ba DLeerd. 91C. M
Mi itAAMS LIA
Ugyptlsa Pole and MmIh
eves leto advicetra y a "d em Sa
love. healt a a
"0isaeo future hushaas er=
and OR@ wasa s o lave; =a&he"
p lovers' euarrels or famiWly troubl 110
unites the eparated and make hau
is your has; tells what buel-aae l
I"Isdet fr you &ad Now to gain sese*
Is earth yo lake ia baud. If yor
botlag :IuInch of trouble sunallMe.
Sells; am e belp Po; estifatbtae ~_r
asad. Phone F ulia 3s.-J. Readinge
daily and seaday. III Ilk at. N. W.. sent
SPECIAL READING8, 609.
TWO WasKU ONLY.
UIrTED CLAlltOVATNT AND PALNIST.
Consult the madame &bet your lek.
helalk sad love :ad family &Waitr. Tells
what yeu Wil to how. All readings Pil
vate. tiiltactio guaranteed. Permassetly
.eated private parlors. Iis Ith a).N.W.
PALMICT AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Tells you aythilag you wish to know
about your pst. pre-eat and futore. ul
yout luck. love business. health and ftrn.
lay asals. ?:.7 ith at. N. W. (Near isalto).
______ opm - sumiam
PRIVAT1EADIsals GIVEN D)AILV./
MRS. LILLIAN GREEN,
143 wlt at. N. W. lh-in. N 6144.
Dr. Mylue. Pasychie & Healer.
Vocational. paoychic anl anental healer.
helps students. "heals the hk." enrrect1
habits. cultivates nieraory; dilly. 700 6th
hew Tok Vielinist.
Mmoem Dbirector. Temeher.
.it.i.. Tia ..t.hbridE. Tol. Cel..,47
1416 (hapl. at. N. W. t'l. al4
The Young Women's
a31 r stre. W. W.
414 H 5tane N. W%.
Classee effewed In all ebleems.
Gymnaslum and swimming peel.
CI'realarm ai-1hfornatioin rer.t
Roy C. Claflin, Pres.
14th & T Steets North 272
Night Classes-Day Classes
Courses in 3 to 9 Months
1'all or V'rite for I.atesl ( stalgtue
ENTER ANY TIME
Opel to 11oie n
ff rc mplet- '. .'ning cour x In SO tif
er.ent ,uil Is. ii i r, . a I hm ir
.ourse,.I Am outn I r i aretry 'nmr
.ElI r., P ng. l'utIj sp . m Idaguag .
Ac I li h h '' I ubh.
Ale. Iar ci," for Ito%%.
Write or Call, 1736 G St. N. W.
Spanish School of Washington
Prof. fron4 '4pain 14214: 4; W' N.W M. 56i:
STENO.RAPHY AND TYPEWRITIN(i
Best Courvei--Individual Instruction.
417-19 Amoghera idy.Ph... Mai 7I5I.
MOVING, PACKING & STORAGE
We Have Experienced
Packers and Careful Mov
ers. Local and Long Dis
tance Moving at Short
Corner ltIh anl. I'a. A. N. W.
Terleph''ne lMain Aflf.
SEPARAl :. ROOMS, $1 ,""f
loceal tend est-e-towa MOVINeI
By E:areful Mieu. Rate. Rteaemae.
P'hone 10 P'A4'KlN4i NY hZi1'itT
North U 10s-4 Pla. Ace. 4.W'.
*HA'L.INii AND MEF1NGI
15lN.tli o.Ia ET.. o'
IITIAI~iD.AIlORD) & C'O..
.4 W. 'ornr 15tdh at'I Pa. ave.. N W
For Foraltarti to Ainy Point.
TIfF Iaargeat In the City
WORE lMennnuca l and slsfac(~tnry
Than bhi ppinh by~ Hati.
INiII 'R!)lf ree. Aguinst Ire.' and [Dam.
sTMATEit Glady (hlveg.
The Big 4 Transfer Co.
144 144 I9M3t Pt. N. W.
PHONE W~EPT 1141.
THE ROYAL EXPRESS.
General aiovlingeand haulIng; goods de
lIvered w th care.
143T 9th mt. N. W. Phene NortS 18gT.
PADDED VANS FURNISHb
Phone Mt. 3010-2011.
KR EIG'8 EXPR ESS
1131 II Pt. N. W.
PTORACR. PAE1' SNO AND siIIPPiN.
I.EAN dry ,toraae for furituttre and
nna 5.timateS c'heerfully gIven.
W )eN(fA~R'P. 920 Pm. ave. N. W. P'home
MAIN 102 _______
A LLEN TRA FER CO.
Mtainur, p vking. ehipping; anythlns.
i- awher.' Pui.d truache for bad weather.
luarante'.4 'I El' rl.vcr
netfrO sIa U asts. .V
Crookedness Unearthed in War
Risk Bweau by C
Maimed soldiers have been swiB
died by the thofaads. millions of
dollars have been thrown away in
overpayment of soldiers' allotments,
and other millions have been wasted
on at least 1,000 surplus employee
for whou no work could be found,
according to an investigatiou of
the Bureau of War Risk Insurance,
now being conducted by a Comgres
NAY SURPASS SiP St'ANDAL.
"The revelations of graft, waste
and inefficiency in our report Waill
equal. if they do nut. surpaha the
scandal bared in the United tMatew
shipping Board operations,'" -aid
Congressman J. T. Itegg. of Onlo.
ranking member of the co.nmittee.
An idea of the stupendous business
done by the War itisk insurance bu
reau can be gained when it Is ri al
lxed that It has handled a total of
4.640.040 policies, covering Indiranc"
to the total amount of $4,331,04,04.0.
CALLS FRAUD WUOLNSALE.
"It is difficult to speak calmly of
the cases of wholesale fraud dis
covered in the bureau." said Mr. Degs,
"when thousands of one-legged. one
armed and blinded soldiers were
kept waiting for weeks in ante-rooms.
finally to be button-holed avith the
suggestion from one insurance ex
aminer or another that his claim for
insurance was worthless, but he
would 'see what he could do for him'
if the insured would give him half
the premium reecived.
"Many a poor fellow submitted to
this outrageous extortion rath r
than lose all hope of collecting his
insurance. Sich practices are be
reath the dignity of a common tbtif,
and it is to be hoped that, when the
eleven men who were indicted in
cnnection with this fraud come be
fcoe a jury. theY will receive pun
ishment calculated to discourage
$11,000,000 IN OVERPAYENWT.
"'tcstimony given by It. G. Chol
rreley-Jones. director of the bureau,
and heads of various departments
before the committee revealed the
fact that at one time the bureau em
pliyed a total of 17,00 persons. At
the rame time the head of one large
branch of the work admitted that
tier.e was only work enough to keep
isn employes busy eelven days out
L.f *ery twenty-six.
'it is impos'.ib5tile to estimate what
thit lss was on surplus etnploye. but
n h*.u it i.4 remenbered that they
were paid An averagre of $1,5 00 apiecte
it it clear that t he loss runs Itto
"it adfditioi t,, thbr. th lose has
already ten discovered of $11,000.
it, in overpaynlts of allotniitts.
This was due, lit large part to thi
extremely bi4I co-opetatiotn be
tween tie War Department and the
burtau. ]it .-me cases allotments
sintitinued to b. paid many months
after a man had been discharged.
WVhen'tt the cases uere finally discov
-ied attempts were made to collect
from poor families who had accepted
the checks in good faith. but in most
igi ces without result. This policy
often worked untold hardship."
DIsCOVERY OF FRAUD.
Representative Dale. of Vermont, is
chairman of the committee investigat
ing the war risk scandal. lie is ex
pected to arrive in Washington Mon
day and to call for resumption of
Discovery of frauds practiced on
maimed soldiers in the Bureau of
War ltisk Insurance was first made
(it July 29 last. (In that date three
aaminers were arrested and held in
10.0001 bail. They are William F.
Salisbury. of Buffalo, N. Y.: Patrick
o'lrtuen, of les Moines. Iowa, and
l)ivid Griswold, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
sater George W. Seitz. of Washing
t, ,; lianiel O'Kefe, atn attorney, of
Waishington, and Alexander Young, of
'' nsh tit., were' arrssted and held
for the rrand jury on similar charges.
'lse men hanve not yet been tried.
'it, frauds eunme to light when a
maiameds soldier from Arizona appeal
mt to Menator Ashturst. of that State,.
bor protection against war risk em-1
ployes whos were t rying to rob him
if the p:reate'r p'trt of his. compea
22 GOVERORS WITNEss
rTY HALL EXRCSFs
CH ItsTER, Pa,., D'ec. 4.-Governors
of twenty-two States, inclutding Vice
President-elect ('alvin Coolidge. today
wltnesseds the exercises attending the
nresentatitn to this city o.f the city.
hail, by Governor Sproutl of Pettnsyl
vanln, at whose expense it uas re
stored to its colqnial splendor. and
is htis .ift to his home city. Thi4 isi
toie shrine antedates both thte in
epeden(ce hall in Phlindelipha~ and
atettil hall. Btostonl
lAter today the governora wall wit
ness the first ship laumnchintg of the
san Shitblttldintg Company. followin'g
which they will attend the lang of
the cornetr stotne of the $5t0,000 Ma
Suspect la Released.
Romragnas', who we ~.s arrested her,' ont
representations from the .\mirican
consul, wihl en route' for Me..'s City
to consult l'resident Obregont concemn
ing the formation oft a baninti insti
tution with hranches throughoutt tie
republic, was set at liberty *.u ac
cont of insufficient eidence against
MISS MARJORIE CORCORAN,
Ftludie 410 3rd at. N. W.
r9'am IA to IS p. mn., refined ballroom
dancing. FRANKLIN 7630.
0~l,0V~t li 013?1:piv. lessons anr time,
Ifc; e'lns Tuesdaye and Fridars. W. Il29.
MOVING. PACKING & STORAGE
XPURT PIANO NOVURS-Hoistlug bes
ing, shirpng; recommended 3JSij
ane dealer M. 6346. BRAN.
RUUU CO., 63 K st. N. W.
UNITED STATES STORAGE Co
413-20 10th St. N. W.
Pese Usa 4335 er Preabe. 5465,
"Help save a life" Is the k
will be In the hands of every tai
Washington Monday. - The circ
driving, which all hackers will I
The circular was drawn up by a
sommsittee of representatives of tihe
taxicab companies and adopted by the
District of Columbia Safety Council.
of which Major Harty Gessford.
superintendent of police. is chairman.
Jack J. Boobar. president of the
Kiwanis Club and chairman of the
Public Vehicles Committee of the
council. will be in charge of the dis
tribution of the circulars to the
drivers and backers. Major Geisford
agreed to have every backer who
secured a license read and sign one
of the pledges.
The text of the circular follows:
HELP UAVU A LIFE.
Observe strictly the following rules
for safe driving, anod you will avoid
accidents and damage to persons and
Itemembmr. that negligence Is driv
ing resulting in the death of a person.
is punishable as manslaughter, and
in all cases of accidents drivers are
charged with the duty of stopping
and rendering all possible ansistsiace.
ONSUEVU THU VOLLOWINGs
before leaving the garage examine
your car and see that the brakes and
steering gear are properly adjusted
to suit you.
If rainine or snowing or streets are
wet. see that skid chains are on rear
Enter and leave tihe garage slewly.
At street intersections always give
the vehicle on the right the right of
way, an4 all others, if necessary.
Slow down and exercise great care
at street intersections; and when
turning corners; and when passing
D)o not pass or atirroach within fif
teen feet of any street car going in
the same direction that has stopped
D. C. Will i
The Reform Sclhool for Bc
residential neighborhood of Wisc
and steps will soon be taken to h
asked for real estate in the Dis
time probably will be the motiv
Maryland or Virginia. The new
it is estmated.
Although no sanction for the re
njoval is exiected from Corgress at
this time. according to officials of
tie District Governnent. an effort
will be made aot this pessionm of Con
gress to have the project pturted, or
at least pave the way, for the re
moval in the near future.
George S. Wilson, secretai y of the
Board of Charities, today cited prece
dents in the relocation of the He
formatory at Occoquan. The land at
ccoquan was bought for about $20
an acre, and was a good investment
for the District Government. The
Home for the Aged and Infirm at
Blue Plains, 1D. '., is another indi
cation that the Ditsrict Government
acted wisely in purchasing property
in the outlying sections of the city
for its buildings. This property was
bought for about 1150 an acre. and
on condemnation proceedings recent
ly land adjoining it was sold for
$1,000 an acre.
The property of the Reform School
for Boys on Wisconsin avenue -con
tains about fourteen acres, and is too
small for the purposes for which the
school is maintained. Mr. Wilson also
thinks that its location in some other
place. where it would not be so pub
lic, would also help the institution.
The District government would not
lose money on the proposed move.
Mr. Wilson believes, because the prop
erty now occupied by the school could
ESTATE OF FAIRFAX
LEFT TORELA TIES
Arthur W. Fairfax. by his will
dated March 14. 1917. filed for probate
today bequests to his daughter, Rosa
Tansell Fairfax. premises at 2022 Eye
street northwest, ihis household furni
ture and vn'sh in hankt and building
assoiations, as we ll :as one half
interest in premises 2l1 i 1 street
northwest ;(one-half interest in prem
ise's 91:1 I sitteet. northwest; the other
one-half interest in the-se two prop
erties to goe to time soen ('harles WV.
Fairfax. The son aind the daughter
are named as execuators.,
The will of Edith lloyer, dated
March 19. 19)01 leaves to .Julia Rum
s y, dasughater of hir. .James lIumnsey.
of Fishikill, N. V., $6,000, andi devises
he rest of the estate to Miss Ed
monia t'rawford of thmis city aind in
"mase of her death to E.thel'Morse, tihe
niee of Alexatnder Porter Morse of
tl.is city. Testator's c'ousin Samuel
erplanck, of F.ishk ill, N. V.. Is made
eacutor and in case of death the
Washington loan: & Trust Company
is to act in his place.
Laura Bell Gordon is to haves tests
tor's real estate property in Saginaw.
Wis.; her persobal property as well
as the rest of the estate of Elisabeth
Gordon. whose will, dated June 5,
10,, was filed today for probate. She
is also named executrix. Alexandra
Stuart Gordon is to receive $100,
which is to be placed in the bank, ad
which is to be paid out to her with
accrued interest when she is eighteen
Martha Tallalulah Blake, by her
will dated November 12, 1920, namee
her daughter, Irma Isabel Blake, as
sole beneficiary and executrix.
DEBATE CABLES MONDAY.
The international Communicatione
Conference will hold a sepsion Mon
day at which it is hoped that some
satisfactory agreement may be reach
ed for the disposition of the German
rabis taken ever by the Allies during
,ynote of a "safety code" which
dcab driver and public backer In
ular will coutain rules for safe
ie required to pledge themselves
or is about to stop to take eS OW let
Never change the direction Of9y 70
vehicle without giving a definite Sig
nal to indicate your movement
Do not back your car without first
looking behind you.
Never stop your car suddenly or
without giving a signal.
Never cross a steam railroad track
without first coming to a full stop.
LDo not pass to the right of a Ve
hicel going in the same direction.
Lo not pass another vehicle unless
the road ahead is clear.
Look where you are driving and
keep your eyes to the front.
.,ook out for persons dodging from
behind a street car or vehicle which
is standing or which may be approach
ing from the opposite direction.
Look out for the "jay w.tlker" or
children playing in theA striets. You
will find them.where least cxpected.
Look out for children hangant on
the rear of cars ahead of you.
Iook out for children at play on
the curb. They caft start quicker
than you can stop.
Do not permit children to steal
rides or hang on your car.
I Ihok out for pedestrians who try to
cros, ahead of you after you have
received traffice officer's signal to go
Keep your winishield open for a
clear vision in rain or snow.
Set emergency brake and turn front
wheels to curb in such manner as to
block car when parking on an incline.
See that your lights are properly
lighted at night.
Observe all yellow traffic signs:
"Right Hand Turn Only." "S1o."
"Danger." "One Way Street," "Zone of
Quiet." "School," etc.
ys is proving a detriment to the
onsin avenue near Massachusetts,
ve it relocated. The high prices
trict of Columbia at the present
z for locating it etilier in nearby
tract will have about 100 acres,
be sold for almost as much as it
would cost for the land and ouild
ings at the new location. The prop
erty adjoins the Observatory. anJ
about half of it is in wha. is known
as the' Observatory Circle. which is a
radius met part by Congreas several
yvars ago to protect the telescope at
the naval station.
The part within the observatory
ircle would be given to the Federal
tiovernment. but even with this Mr.
Wilson thinks that a big sum could
be realised by the sale of the land
fronting opWisconsin avenue.
MAY TAUE TWO YEARS.
The inmates of the school are not
changed as often as are the inmates
of the reformatory at Occoquan. and
this would answer any criticism for
locating it in either Maryland or Vir.
ginia. There is plenty of land near
Washington. he asserts, that would
make an ideal spot for the reform
school, and it could be bought
Mr. Wilson. however, thinks that
little will be done at this session of
Congress because of the announced
policy of omitting any expenditure
that is not necessary. Even if Con.
arress does appropriate at this ses.
sion. It will be at least two years be
fore the Reform School is moved be.
cause it wmild take that length of
time to erect the new building and
the District has no place to keep the
boys until another place is built.
41 INDICTED FOR FRAUD
I PIThSBURGH PRIMARY
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 4-When the
Federal grand jury resumes next
Tusday It will continue its Investi
gation of events precedIng and also
taking place on the day of the pri
mary last May.
ILate yesterday fnrty-one Indict
ments were handed up to Judge C. P.
Orr. of the United States district
court. All the indicted were promi
nent politicians or electinn officials
of the lower section of the city
knowun as "the strip," famel for years
for rough polities and an occasional
WISKEY FOR SHANGHAI
MEREL COLORED WATER
S4AN lFRAN~4%'lsto. Dec. 4.--Inves
tigatio n by customs authorities of a
shipment of.- whiskey billed at ap
proxmtely PSM.000t from this city to
Shanghal .revealedI the fact that the
barrels were filled with colored
The ishipment was being loaded
when the unvernment offevials halt
ed It and examined each et the twen
ty.seven barrels In the lot.
AGENTS MAKE DRY RAID
UPON FORD'S REQUEFST
DETnoIT. Den, 4.--At the regaaet
of Henry Ford agents of the State
food and drug' commission taided the
home of Thomas Moore, 12 Dearborn
road, RIver Rouge..
They also made five other raids In
River Rouge and Upringwells town.
ship, arrestIng In all six men. L~iquer.
mash and stills were seined.
FUND A. PLA14T.
Funeral servIces for Fred A. Plant,
who dIed Tuesday in a Chicago hos
pital, will be held from the home 'of
his brother, Joseph Plant, 59 Irving
street northeast, this afternoon. In
WEEF. ?ATE KI
Fl0ED m irm -
Was Confqderate Veteran anm
Sen of Noted Va. FamIy.
Funeral servie,-m ftor Joseph P
Payne. veteran of the civil V"j
who died Thursday after an eatendes
Wasea. were hold at 11 o'clock this
moarniag from the home (if his son
lia-lad, Quiref Harlan. 707 She phere
street morthwest. interuent was is
Mr. Payne was born in taf ore
celaty. Va.. July 12. 1545. H. was 8
member of a uld and promneani
Virginia family. At the outbreak e:
Ute war he ealisted with Stuart"
Black Morse Cavalry. He wag
wounded twice. iuring the coalliut
Ie had sixteen horses shot from undes
In 188, he came to Washlngton t4
live. He Is survived by his wife. Mrs
Sallie B. Payne. and three daughters
-Mrs. S. U. Miles, Mrs. Emma B
Harlan and Mrs. Roger C. Lugenbeel
A son. Howard Payne. was killed is
a street car collision at Thirtieth and
T streets last August.
THOMAS CIARK UROWN.
Thomas Clark Brown. prominem
Buffalo. N. Y.. business man, and hu,
band of Mrs. Marjorie Wheeler Brows
formerly of Washington. will be
hurled this afternoon In the famill
burying ground in Buffalo. Me died
Thursday at his home.
3or. Brown ia survived by his wife
and one daughter. Mary Winifred
Funeral services for Thomas Miller
a machinist, of 1929 Jackson street
northeast, will be held from his home
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment will be in Glenwood Cem
terv. Mr. Jackson died Thursday
He In survived by his wife, Mrs. LiI
lia Mattell Jackson.
MRS. BERTHA JUDGE.
Mrs. Bertha Judge, wife of Capt
Thomas Judge, of the Tenth Precinct
died last night at her home, 141:
Euclid street northwest. She had bos
an invalid for several month*. She
is survived by her husband and a
daughter. Solemn high requiem masr
will be celebrated Monday morning at
St. Paul's Church. Interment will be
in Rock Creek Cemetery.
MILLARD FILLMORE REEVE.
Millard Fillmore Reeve, Veteratn po
lice reporter of the Philadelphia Pub
lic Letiger. and father of Mrs. J.-e'
0. Pratt. of 320 Taylor street. ':'I
city. died yesterday at his hom- Ir
Rutledge, Pa. Mrs. Pratt has gor'
to her father's home to attemd the
Mr. Reeve was a reporter of tie old
school. Ie was for fifty-two years .. r
active newspaperman. retiring 'kc
years ago on account of failia.g
health. Beides Mrs. Pratt, he is ir.
vived by two daughters, Miss KatIm
ine Iteeve and Miss Estelle Reeve.
MRS. MARY E. MADDOX.
Mrs. Mary E. Maddox, long a r-.
dent of this city, died yesterday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. 1. D
Harlee, in Florence, S. C.. after a brted
illness. The body will be sent to this
city. Funeral services will be held
from Deal's undertaking parlors, bit
If treet northeast, Monday morning
at 11 o'cluck.
"OOE-iaude and Mliiie. girl.
14RENNAN--John F. and Agnes G.. Vit.
HJioWN--Thonas and Annabelle. girl.
ItiOW N-Thonas and lDelsie. girl.
CLEMENTS-Graham R. and Katharia
'RAWFORI)--James and Louise. girl.
IIET7,--Albert E. and Helen. boy.
FRNST-Charles W. and Pauline, boy.
IH EN .RICKS- Herman and Addle, girL
II- -Washington B. and Alice, girL
JAIES-Elwin C. and Marie. girL
MICKEY-Thomas and Ida. girl.
PEARISALI,-Herman and Warna, girl.
RUYNOLDS-Alezander and Bertha, girl.
ROMANO-Pasquali and Serm girl.
WARREN-Joseph and Mary, girl.
DAWLEY-MeLEAN--George lre.. 28; Edo$
Rose,. The Rev. J. E. Briggo. -
SAENGER.8MOYR-William J. 23; Mad
olyn S.. 21. The Rev. J. H. Dunham.
BuLT-8ITH-George L. 22; MaBeile. I
Rev. H. Schroeder.
MORRIS-PUGH-Robert. 27, of Philadee
phia, Pa.; Hasel. 27. MeIrcee, Wis. Tht
Rev. I. Fealy.
SHENTS-8s'EVeNS-Ernest U., 15; Hettla
19. Mount Solon, Vs. The Rev. T. .
NELBO.-MU'TIT-Fred A.. 37, North. Va.
Ethel 8, 21. Baltimore. Md. The Rev. C
BOSTON-HILL-J. Armistead. S1, Claren
eon. Va.; Edith Margaret. 26. Hagers.
town. Md. The Rev. K. B. Jackson.
BODIMER-CONROW - Rudolph J., 48
Amelie W. P., 3l. The Rev. T. E. Davia
LYERLY-GAMBLE-William H., 24; Susie
1..22. La Plata. Md. The Rev. T. .
Blt'RIIETTE-BARNETT-Elmner A., 20.
Mary. 20. The Rev. J. J1. Barrett.
Pill1lLIPS-ASTLEK-William Harold. 21'
Hlihired 1., 20. The - Rev. Williarm J.
GAY-CAREY--James B.. 17, Pittsbmwh,
Pa.; Dorothy ta, 21. The Rev. O.M
M.ORAN-HAMBT-PaUI Covington, :s:
Mary Eliaabeth 22. the Rev. J. W. Au.
Ar'eAMSWHITE-Cliftonl. 30, Richmond,
Va.: Maggie H.. 29, King William, \a.
The Rev. 7. Bryan.
TMMINS-HALL-FaciU M. 26; Miary C.,
22. Richmond. Va. Tbe Rev. J. P.
DA RRY-Williaml 50 yrs.. 1116 Sth st nw.
RIECKERMA.N-Mollie, 34 yre., en mneute
EmergenlCy H op.
IlIRCH-Maggie, 60 yrs., '151 Van st. se
CITAPMAN-Martha. E., 61 yrs., 1441 Moe
('I8ELr-Frank A.. 50 yrs.. 9i07 I .t. co.
DeANGLES.-JameU, 35 yraM., Emergenes
DIEHI t,-Sarah, 05 yrs.. 2206 1 st. nW.
EASTON-Robert, 3 yr.,. Children's Hoev
PARRELL-Edward. 44 yr.., 200 0 st. n'
FIELD-Jamles W., 7I yr., Washlingtos
JAMES-.-Harvey, 32 yes., 23 Oakdale, l.
JAMN80N-,7amee C.. 12 yrs., Providenne
JONES'-Frank M., 13 yrs., 3OIS Dent pL.
KING--Anale Ellsabeth, 60 yrs., 130? C st.
KNITS-Slsabetb, 3 yrs.. St. Elisabeth's
i TTS RE-Brah1., 75 yrn.. 1632 T t
MILER--Thomas, 43 yr.., 193 Jackifne
PA 'YNY-Joeph V., 75 irs., 157 Shepherd
P1T--Leefe 3., 3 yrs., 1210 C' t. sq.
PYNE-3-Elisa G., 73 yrs., the Corde.
SINGL.UTON-Ley Blasehe. 04 irs.. 10M
T'ASUW--Mfl T., YB ys,,. 412 4th1 st. 3W
TH4OMP1SON- inia A., 13 yta., 1302 -
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