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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1911.
DAILY COURT RECORD
(Monday, October O, ZOll.
Supreme Conrt of the United State.
Present The Chief JusUce. Mr. Jus
tice Harlan. Mr. Justice McKenna. Mr.
Justice Holmes. Mr. Justice- Lurton. Mr.
Justice Hughes, Mr. Justice Van De
vanter, and Mr Justice Lamar.
The chief Justice announced that, ow
ing to the absence from the city of the
President of the United States, the usual
visit to him would be omitted, that the
cotirf would receive motions noticed for
to-day that were ready for submission,
and that the call of the docket would
commence to-morrow, pursuant to the
twenty-sixth rule ,
C. I. Thomas, or aiusKogee, uttia.,
Fletcher Dobyns. o Chicago. HI : Abra
ham Israel, of Phlladelphi, Pa . William
Harrison, of Oklahoma Clt . Okla .
Charles J Murpiiv, of Washington, D
C: Arthur W Solover of Minneapolis.
Minn.. Roger Lewis of New Tork Citv;
William W Magruder. of Starkvllle.
Miss.; Roderlc Jones, of Newark. Ohio.
Atatthew E O'Brien, of Washington, D
C. W. C Caldwell, of Trenton, Tenn .
John M Gaut. of Nashville, Tenn.. Eu
gene R. Black of Atlanta. Ga.. Ben
jamin Griffith, cf Denver, Colo . Charles
M. Rice, of St. Louis, Mo . J T Sanders,
of Charlotte N C , J Howard Jones, of
Newark, Ohio. Edward W Hines, of
Louisville. Kj Oscar L. Horn, of -Los
Angeles. Cal . Ben D Rlngo. of Owens
boro. Ky . W V Hvams, of Tulsa.
Okla., Henry A Lindsle. or Denver,
Colo. Paul Dulanev of Washington I
C: Hugh H Obear of Washington, D
C , John E Carson of Los Angeles, Cal .
Russell H Robbln- of New York CItj .
Thomas S Feldi of Macon Ga., and
Walter M. Hopewell, of Tekamah, Nebr,,
were admitted to practice
No 624 Young How, sometimes known
as Yeung Chau, appellant, vs Hart H
North, United States. Commissioner of
Immigration &c et al Motion to dis
miss or affirm submitted b Mr Solicitor
General Lehmann and Mr Assistant At
torney General Harr for the appellees In
support of the motion ami bv Mr Car
roll Cook, Mr A A Blrnev. and Mr
H F Woodard, for the appellant In op
position thereto Motion for oral argu
ment on motion to dismiss or affirm and
to advance cause submitted bv Mr Car
roll Cook. Mr A A Blrnev and Mr
H F. Woodard for the appellant
No 735 The OeroKee Nauon and the
In! ted Stctes appellants vs Moses
A hltmire, trustee for the Freedmen of
the Cherokee Nation motion to advance
submitted bj Mr Sollcitoi General Leh
niRnn for the lppellants
No 3i4 Gabriel Diaz, plaintiff in error,
is The United States passed to be re
stored to the call undei the provisions of
section 9, of rule 2b, on motion of Mr
Solicitor General Lehmann. in behalf of
counsel for the plaintiff in error
No 23. P L. Sherman and D H Pin
nev. plaintiffs in error. v Libbej Good
win, appearance of Roger Sherman, as
successor in trust of P L Sherman
deceased filed and entered, on motion
of Mr Frederick W Lehmann in that
.No v (original ) The Stare of Ar
kansas, complainant The State of
Tenne'-.ee time to answer extended to
the first da of Januarv l91i on motion
of Mr J A Fowler in l-half of coun
sel for the defendant
No 6 Morris Canal and Banking
Companv et al plaintiffs in error, vs
David Baird et al , continued per stipu
lation, on motion of Mr Gilbert Col
lins for the plaintiffs in error
No 713 Elizabeth Cassldao et al
plaintiff in error, vs The People of the
State of Colorado on the relation of the
attornev general of Colorado motion to
dismiss or affirm submitted bv Mr Hen
tv -V. Llndslev Mr F D MiKennej.
and Mr George Q Richmond for the
defendants In error in support of same
and bj Mr Henrj J Hersev for the
plaintiff in error in opposition thereto
No SOB Oceanic Steam Navigation
Companj . petitioner, vs Edith Catkins
petition for a writ of certiomri to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
for the Second circuit submitted bj Mr
Frederic D McKennev in behalf of Mr
Charles C Burlinghani for the petitioner
No 130 John A Knott et al , Ac .
appellants vs The Chicago Burlington
and Quincv Railroad Companv and
No 134 The Chicago. Burlington and
Quincv Railroad Companv. appellant,
vs John A Knott et al &c. motion to
advance submitted bv Mr Elliott W
Major for Knott et al in support of the
motion and bv Mr Frank Hagerman .
fnn., hSSCer fr the ralIroad;
N"SPP54i Geo--e A Luria aonellant
vance submitted bv Sir Mer Cohen, In
if r' hn-A-rn'ofret a,
Itallroad and arehouse Commissioners
lltr uiinj uiira, tiuuuii iu au
et al appellants
Ban Francisco Railroad Compan
on appeals and cross-appeals motion to
.advance submitted bv Sir Frank Hager
man for the railroad companies in sup
port of same and bj Sir E W Slajor
and Sir S R Iadrt for Knott et al In
No 421 A illlam G Plested et al . ap
pellants vs Samuel A Abbev et al mo
tion to advance submitted b Sir Will
lam C Prentiss and Mr 'Jesse G North
cutt for the appellants, m support of the
motion and by Sir Solicitor General
Lehmann In opoosition thereto
No J04 J L. Siurphy. plaintiff in er
ror, vs The People of the State or Cali
fornia motion to advance submitted
by Sir John E Carson for the defend
ants in error in support of the motion
and bj Sir Lew Maver and Mr A S
Austrian for the plaintiff In error in op
No (3i 1 S Brjan appellant vs
Bliss-Cook Oak Companv et al
No G36 W S Brvan, appellant, s
Edwin S Lav man.
No 637 W S Bryan, appellant s
No 633 Slarcus G Rider, appellant. s 1
xubs-v ook vjaK v,ompaji et al , and
.no O.EJ i,. .vioser. appellant
jvuiuii i iiman mc
motions to dismiss ,
or anirm submitted bj Mr George B
Rose. Sir John B Jones Mr U SI RoRe
Mr W E Hpmlnrum onrl XT,- T tr
Joughborough. for the appellees in sup
port of the motions, and by Sir Julian
Laughlin for the appellants In opposition
No ui William J Hagadorn et al
petitioners vs street Grading District.
Ivo BO of Little Rrrk Ark petition for
5.iWT'.t X cPrlo-ri to thr I ulted States
Circuit Court of Appeals foi the Eight
circuit submitted bv Sir G B Rose
and Sir I SI Pose. Sir W E Hemlng-
Sa,w,amd Ml J L Loughborough for
Ji -.i.T11" Geore N Pierce Com
Wm petitioner vs Wclls-Fnrgo i
Co .petition for a writ of certiorari
to the United Slates Circuit Court of
Appeals fo. th Second circuit submitted
M,r .r!ol,n J Hamilton. Sir George
E Hamilton, and Sir John W. Yerkes
Jor the petitioner, and by Mr Charles
) Pierson and JJr William W. Green
lor the respondent
No 2S6 The Interstate Commerce
Commission, appellant, vs F H Poavy
& Co et al . and
No 2S7 Union Pacific Railwav Com
ranv appellant vs F H Peavv & Co
et al leave granted to file brief herein
ns amicus curiae on motion of srr.
Evans Browne, In behalf of Mr Robeit
No 526 Madora Water Works, appel
lant, vs City of Sladera et al.. motion
to advance submitted by Mr Evans.
Browne, in behalf of counsel
No 643 Charles E Hamilton, as re
ceiver. &c, petitioner, vs Ferdinand L.
. erJ p?.UtAon for a 'wrt of certiorari
to the t nited States Circuit Court or
Appeals for the Third circuit submitted
S.'....1 r- Frederick L. SIddons ror the
petitioner, and b Mr John G. Johnson
and Mr Abranam Israel for the re
spondent No 706. The People of the State of
New Tork. petitioners, vs. The Central
Trust Company of New York et at:
K.ti.0in "". a w.r,t of certiorari to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
IJT,.Jhe Second circuit submitted by Mr.
Hltam A McQuald for the petitioners,
uid by Mr. William D. Guthrie and Mr.
John M. Bowers for the respondents. -
No. 781. Jaob Yungbluth, petitioner,
vs John E. Slipper et at. petition for
a writ of certiorari td the United States
Circuit Court of Appbals for the Ninth
circuit submitted byV Mr Harry F.
Lerch, In behalf of Mr. E. C. Million
Tor the petitioner, and by Mr. Alfred L.
Black for the respondents.
No. SID. John M. Stone Cotton Mills.
Petitioner, vs. F. T. Fleitmann et al Ac
aetltlon for a writ of certiorari to the
united States Circuit Court of Appeals
tor the Flfta-clrcult, submitted by Mr.
tV. W. lagruder and Mr. Charlton H.
Uexander for the petitioner, and by Mr.
uarcellns Oreen and Mr. Arthur C.I
sounds ror tne respondents.
No. 523. Chicago, 8t Paul. Minneap
olis and Omaha. Railway Company, peti
tioner, vs. Bud R. Latta: motion to ad
ranee aubmltted by Mr. Walter M. Hope
irell for the respondent.
No 395. T. O. Helm ct a!., appellants,
t, J. H. Zarecor et at; advanced pur
suant to tbe thirty-second rale and sub
mitted by Mr. John M. Gaut and Mr.
Alexander P. Humphrey, for the appell
ants, "and by Mr. W. C. Caldwell for the
No 656. The American National Bank
of Nashville. Tin . plaintiff in error, vs.
A. L. Miller, agent, tc; motion for leave
to.supply sixteen copies of the record as
printed for use or the court below in
lieu of the twenty-five copies required by
the rule, submitted l?y Mr. John M. Gaut,
in behalf of counsel
No 792. Henry Helde, petitioner, vs.
Panontla VnnnilH!iH? netitlon for a Writ
I of certiorari to the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals for tjie second circuu.
submitted by Mr. George AVhitefleld
Betts. jr.. for the petitioner, and b Mr
Ferdinand E M. Bullosa for the re
spondent. No S19 The United State.? of America,
nlaintlff in error, is. American Druggist
Syndicate, in error to the Circuit Court J
of the United States for the t-astern
diHtrlct of New York, docketed and dis
miss on motion cf Mr. Charles' J Murph
for the defendant In error .
No 4S1 Edward B Jordan. Collector
of Internal Revenue, vs Jiunes A
No 482. Edward B Jordan. Collector
of Internal Revenue, is Charles' H and
William P Ross, petition for writ of
certiorari to brim? up the entire- record
and in cause submitted b Mr Charles
F Carui in benalf of Mr Howard P
AValden for Roj -h vt al , ith leave to
the Solicitor General to file brief In op
position on or before Fridav next.
No 66S Railroad Commission of Ixu
lslana et al , appellants. s Texa s and
Pacific Rallwaj Companj et al niotlon
to advance submitted bv Mi E Howard
McCaleb for the appellant
No TGI Cit of L.oulsllk- appelLmt.
s Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
Companv motion to advance .ubmltf'd
bj Mr C B Blakev for the appellant
No 237 Samuel Loeb plaintiff in et -
ror vs The State of Georgia, motion Ui
advance submitted bj Mr Thomas S
Felder for the .lefendant in error
vs The State of Georgia, motion to ad
.... u ..u. x'u. -.t . , uiaillLllL ll C I Ul ,
vance submitted bj Mr Thomas S Feldcr
for the defendant in error motion fo'
leave to proceed n forma piuperis sub
mitted bj Mr Thomas S Feldei. In be
half of counsel for the plaintiff in error
No 773 James J Hooker et al ic
appellants, vs Martin A Knapp. et al
as member of :nr Interstate Conimene
Commission, et al : and
No 774 The Eapu hite Load Com
panv et al . appellants, vs The Inter
state Commerce Commission et al . mo
tion to advance submitted b Mr Francis
B James for the appellants
No 2S0 The United States appellant
vs The Fldeht Trust Companv &.r .
passed to b resorted to call under the
provisions of -ection a of rule Jh, on mo
tion of Mr A R Serven for the ap--el!ee
No 804 Martha Brion petitioner vs
The United States, and
No s05 Ramonde Chaomel. petitioner
vs The United States, petition for writs
of certiorari to the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals for the Seventh circfiit
submltttsS b Mr Elijah N Zollne for
the petitioners, and bv Mr Assistant At
tornej General H irr fot the respondent
No 6J2. Charles Ilson it appellant,
vs The United States, motion to ad
vance and for stav pending appeal sub
mitted bj Mr Elijah N Zoline for the
No ZSt The Trov Bank of Trov Ind
et al appellants v s ; A Whitehead
&. Co advanced pursuant to the thirtj
second rule, and submitted bj Mr George
W Jollj for the appellants and l .Mr
Ben D Ringo for the appellees
No Original T1k State of Wvoming
complainant, vs The State of Colorado
et al time to pl-ad extended for nlnetv
davs from this da e per stipulation oi
counsel, and on motion of Mr J C Gun
ter foi the deiendants
No G70 The Prudential Insunnce
Companv of AniTici pemionei v s John
P Moore, administrator. &c petition foi
a writ of certiorari to the T nited States
Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth
circuit, submitted bj Mr Edward D
Duffleld for the petitioner and bv Mr
Minter Wimbeilev, Mr Jesse C Harris
and Mr Alexander Akerman, for the re
spondent No 7S4 Southern Pacific Companv et
al . appellants vs Thomas K Camp-
kpi'i t al mlr-.i,.i.w...,'
-notion to advanc. submitted bv Mr
MaxW e" ,Earts fcr the appi Hants, in
support of the motion and bv Mr A M
I " "' "?"" rnA '",?," VL,,cn s
('rattfnrrl nnrt lv mA Ti unhtcAn -
the s : LoS, and I Pf l.IU?,n or a m of "" ' "'
abCopaanid :i" Sour, of Appeals
.". ...v. ..vwiiu .iuii, iiijijiuitru u .ir
II Snow den. Siarshall for the petitioner
and bv Sir Roger Lewis and Sir Bron
son Winthrop for the respondent
No 4S7 Southern Railwa Companv
plaintiff in error v D L. Reed et ux
motion to advance to be heard with No
SO as one case submitted b Sir Alfred
P Thorn for the pIpintltT in error
No H The Illinois Central Railroad
4 ompan. plaintiff in error vs The
United States in error to the L nited
States Circuit Court of Appeals for the
SKth circuit, dismissed, on motion of
Sir Edmund F Trabue for the plaintiff
No- 663 The Title Guarant and Se
curit.i Companv petitioner vs The
United States to us of General Electrio
Uompmv, petition for a writ of cer
tiorari to the UniteJ States Circuit Court
of Appeals fo- the Third circuit, sub
mitted b Sir Russell H Robblns and
Sir James Russell Solej for the peti
tioner, and by Mr H B Gill for the re
spondent No 292. Salvartore L Rocc i, plaintiff
in error, vs George F Thompson
paed, to be restored under the pro
v lsions of section 9. nil 9R ,i
ot -Ir, Charles A. Conlpn, In behalf of
t-uuusei ior ine piaintirt in error
No 790 F A Garrlmone et al . peti
tioners, vs The United States petition
for a writ of certiorari to the United
States Court of Customs Appeals sub
mitted b Sir James L. Gerrj ror the
petitioners, and bj Mi. Solicitor General
Lehmann for the respondents
No ",a Slichael H Gleason et al
plaintiffs In error v J I Wood countv
treasurer, .c . et al motion to advance
submitted bv Sir Charles West for the
defendants in error
No 8CH George W Choate et al
plaintiffs in error, vs M E. Trapp i-ec-rttarj,
et al , motion to advance sub
mitted bv Sir Charles West for the de
fendants in error
No 623. Ben F Harrison, -sccretarv of
tate of the State of Oklahoma, appel
lant, vp St Louis and San Francisco
Railroad Company, motion to advance
submitted In Sir Charles West foi the
No 624 I.eo Sleyer, as auditor of the
State of Oklahoma, appellant, vs Wells
Fargo At Co , motion to advance sub
mitted by Sir. Charles .West for the ap
pellant No 709. Edward Rimmerman et al .
petitioners, vs The United States of
America, petition for a writ of certiorari
to the United States Circuit Court of
Appeals for the Eighth circuit submitted
by Sir Nathan A Gibson for the pe
titioners, and bj Sir Solicitor General
Lehmann for the respondent
No. 811 The Rubber Tire Wheel Com
pany et at, petitioners, vs The Good
year Tire and Rubber Company et al :
petition for a writ of certiorari to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
for the Sixth circuit submitted by Sir.'
Lawrence Slaxwell, Mr. Frederick P.
Fish. Mr. Paul A. Staley. Sir. Borden
Bowman, and Mr. Charles W. Stnnle-
ton for the petitioners, and by Sir. H.
A uouimin tor tne respondents.
No. 16 Cudahy Packing Comnanv.
clallltiff in error, vs C. E. Denton, as
secretary of the State of Kansas: In er
ror to, the Supreme Court of the State of
Kansas; dismissed, per stipulation of
No. Hi Grants Pass Land and Water
Company, appellant, vs. The City of Los
Angeiest appeakvtrom tne circuit court
of the United States for the Southern
district of California; dismissed per
stipulation or counsel.
No. 141 William A. Gunter. Jr.. plain
tiff In error, vs. Evans Hlnson. et at.; In
error to tn,e Supreme Court of the State
of Alabama: dismissed with costs on
motion of ctounsel for the plaintiff In er
No. 270. Herbert S. Hadley et al.. peti
tioners, vs. Arthur C. Huidekooer: on
writ of certiorari to the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth
circuit ;v(lismls8cdper stipulation ot coun-
No. 302. The Mhtual Benefit LIfp In
surance Company, piaintirt In error, vs.
ausan m. Morgan t at, as surviving
trustees. &c; in error to the Supreme
Court of the State of New York; dis
missed per stipulation of counsel,
Not 358. Jesse L. Qirlton et at. plain
tiffs in error, vs. Frank W. Rushing,
judge, &c et aL; lnerror to tbe Su-
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United States Commerce Conrt.
Present: Presiding Judge Knapp, and
Judges Archbald, Hunt Carland, and
The following attorneys were admitted
to practice: Frank H. Piatt of New
York: George W. Field. -of New York,
and H. H. Boles, of New York.
No. 49. Lehigh Valley Railroad Com
pany, petitioner, vs. United States, re
spondent; Interstate Commerce Com
mission and Henry E. Meeker, Inter
veners; to set 'aside an order of the
Interstate Commerce Commission reduc
ing the rates on anthracite coal from
the Wyoming coal region -of Pennsyl
vania to tidewater. Ordered: That Hen
rv E. Meeker, surviving partner of
Meeker & Co., be granted leave to in
tervene. The case was heard on the
application for a preliminary Injunction.'
Sir. Frank H. Piatt concluded his argu
ment In behalf of tho petitioners. Dr.
Charles W. Neeaham commenced in be
half of the Interstate Commerce Com
mission. At 4:30 p. m. court adjourned until
Tuesday, October 10, at 10.30 a, m,
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automobile business. New and modern
machinery, new cars, best quipped shops
South, good positions tor our graduates
CHARLOTTE AUTO SCHOOL. , Char
lotte. N C 290
AN INTELLUiENT PERSON 5IAT EAHN 1101
mmtuiy corresponding tor newipapera; no cn
Tiiim nd for mtlcolirs. TRESS SYVDI
C1TE Lwlrrort. N T -lT
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED WHITE OR COLORED GIRL
for general housework Appl No 3,
Vt E st nw
STENOGRAPHERS DESIRING Posi
tions register with the Oliver Typewrit
ing Company. 92S F st., and ?ecure a
well-paving position Services free and
no obligations of any kind entailed
A INTELLHSENT PERSON SIvI EAUN 11C0
monthly mrrwpcndint for cewipapcn: no etn
tuluc Srd for pittlreluu PRESS STNDI
C4.TE Lockport. S Y. 24Hj
MALE & FEMALE HELP WANTED
SPARE TIME IS YOUR UNESIPLOYED
capital Think of the idle- moments
von io-e at night that could he rrofitabl
spont taking a night oursp at DRAUGH
ON S PRACTICU, BUSINESS COL
LEGE BE A DOCTOR OF SPINOLOGY ' Sci
entific drugless healing hi spinal ad
justment) and earn $2f0 to $500 monthlv
working for joursplf Our unexcelled
course given eomplete In 100 nlghto
School opens October 16 sk for pros
pectus NATIONAL SCHOOL OF SPIN
OLOGY 601 District National Bank
mS(i COLORED SIEN AND WOMEN
at 2031 7th st nw . $3 to Jj per day
earned nsllv iTO-tt
H.DIES ND GIRLS-RELIABLE; ROME
work fcteadr cr crmlrg stamping rattfms, $1 $
dozen, work sinranterd. I-aly in attendance CU
Room as Kcnoli lildg . 11th ix! O. IEJ-U
8TI NO.RAPHL.nH-Mudy under proticl mrt
em cf long experience. SCCCES3 SHORTHAND
S( HOOF. 1415 O st Tboce M.ln 6373.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
rough drv 1339 S st nw
SIRS NOBBK CAN BE SEEN FOR
reidings dam Meetings even Thurs.
'av night "701 11th st nw Phone Uol
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Wc will grve a pair of treats to any of
the following theaters for any night or
coi.i Mm v
(Tickets at Once on Sale of Piano)
For the name and address of any famllj
in asulngton or the Huburbs who Is
abouf to buv a new piano
FREDERICK PIANO CO.,
l&JS F tatreet Northwest
STICKIEST STICKER EVER STUCK
Glues furniture, glass, china, books,
everything ROYAL GLUE. 10c. 40c 60c
Pints $1 Druggists'. &c tnyl6-tf
TO DISPOSE OF
416 9TH NW.
'PHONE SL 5171.
W A N T E D N O T E S' FURNITURE
Houe. S09 E st nw . pays the high
est prices In the city for furniture.
Phone M 8137 248-tf
SIOTOR TRUCKS AND AUTOMOBILES
WANTED FOR STORAGE.
AV B SIcBURNEY.
lino D Street Northwest
f 4W i3
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIASIONDS AND JEWELRY.
SIOVED TO S15 G ST. NW.
and repairs. Antique rur. reproauciu.
1243 20th t nw. Phoae N. SO.
WALL- PAPEB1NQ AND PAINTINQ-THE BEST
work: resooWe price. E. a. autnui, iu w
t nw. 'Phono Mala 7122.
fTrTAS H. POTTER & CO.. INC..
Loose Leaf Systems, rilank Book Slakers.
r'aper ituiera, anu xouivuiiiuci.
Transo labor Saving Envejope.
Phono SI. 3550. 510 12th st nw.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S 8UITS
made to order at lowest prices. Expert
cleaning, repairing, and dyeing. All work
guaranteed. "Work called for and de
livered. GOLDMAN, The Tailor, 609 13th
st nw. Slain 392. . 2S4-tu.th.Btf
RWAT.T. WORK" EXCLUSIVELY.
WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING)
YOXTLL WEAR BILLTKEN'S SMILE
If you have the "Acme" do your win
dow, office, and house cleaning: ACME
WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 821 O atnw.
Pione Mala. 71,. , 1&-K
FOR EENT APARTMENTS.
rOR RENT FOUR ROOSIS AND BATH
with porch, perfect condition: $27.50:
5 rooms and bath, all outside: east ex
posure. 2d floor. $05. The Princeton.
1430 V st. nw
J. JEROSIE LIGHTFOOT. 1401 H st nw.
THE DERBYSHIRE. 1761 COLUMBIA
road Very desirable apartments of
five und six outside rooms with bath,
porches and lawns both front and rear;
all rents reduced JOHN W. CHILDRESS,
1412 G st nw. 2S5
THE HENRY-LEE. NO. 5 R. L AVE.
nw. Four outside rooms and bath,
$31.50; gas. electric light, telephone. W.
H. WALKER, 723 ISth st. nw.
THE SIILTON. 4TH AND N. IT. AVE.
nw. 'Phone in every apartment; elec
tric elevator: 6 rooms and bath, front
$33.50: 4 rooms and bath, $23.50. SASIUEL
W. COCKRELL. S02 F st nw. 2Sl-tf
Fourteenth and Clifton Streets.
Five rooms and bath, with back
porch: exceptionally large rooms
RENT, $40 PER SIONTH
Other desirable apartments on
Fourteenth'street near U: five rooms
and bath each Rent $25 and $30.
BALLARD & LANHASI. INC..
f21 Thirteenth Street Northwest
12th st and STd ave w..
Rooms, $5 up
Heat and hot water.
3d and G sts. nw.
Rooms. $8 up.
Heat light, hot water,
Phone Line 1S61
931 H ST NW TO GBNTLBS1AN:
large room. nlcel furnished, reason
able terms 285
617 K ST NW TWO" .SECOND-STORY
rooms, moderate prices 2S9
439 9th st nw rooms 4. 5, 6. 2d
floor. 3 rooms . ...$.'4 00
902 9th st nw , 3d floor, bath; 3
rooms . . $2O.C0
Me K st nw . .1 rooms, 3d floor .. $15 00
215 4V st nw , 3 front rooms, 3d
floor . $14 00
1229S 7th st nw, 2d and 3d floors,
4 rooms . . . $12 50
U05 lit st nw . 3 rooms, 3d floor,
3 rooms $10 50
413 K st nw , Id floor. 2 rooms $6 00
2407 Snow s at nw . t rooms .. .. $5 50
337 V st nw . front room. 2d floor $3.00
A. . CYA OOD, 1,15 A. T. ave. nw.
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
J12 K ST NW FIRST-CLASS
and board, moderate rates
200 E ST NW ONE LARGE FRONT
room, neat Ij furnished, also single room
Table board $!" 2S4
FOR RENT HOUSES.
1702 R st. nw., 9r. & b $30.00
1704 R st. nw., 9r. & b 30.00
1706 R st. nw.. 9r. & b 30.00
1632 17th st. nw., 9r. & b. . . 35.50
1634 17th st. nw., 9r. & b. . .. 35.50
Thcs houses are In a splendid loca
tion, convenient to car. and have all
Improvement" Any reasonable repairs
will be made
H. R. H0WENSTEIN CO.,
1314 F ST. N. W.
936 M NW. 10 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS,
front over store $37 50. jr and b, $22.50,
lr and b , $1S 30 1143 10th nw., 7r. and b ,
$27 V Apply 1002 M nw 272-tf
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAI,E-A PHYSICIAN'S HOME
A corner 3-storv brick, northwest: 11
rooms and bath, good will free, great
bargain at $6 000 $2,000 cash required.
Pee me at once "CONWELL," 621 13th
t nw 285
A BARGAIN !
For an elegant residence on the south
side of Tairmont street, between 13th
and 14th streets This house has nine
large rooms (six bedrooms), a spacious
reception hall, and two baths The
house Is heated b hot water, has gas
lights with electrical attachments. It
is in perfect condition, and will be va-j
hrst of November .
Let us make an appointment for ou
to inspect it
Terms can be arranged
E. B. T0WNSEND & CO.,
1413 H st. N. W. 'Phone M. 1432.
LOOK AT THI9 HOTT3E IN BEST
square on Capitol Hill; houso 20 feeti
wide, pressed brick, brown stone trim-!
rrlngs; 13-Inch walls, 3 stories; 9 rooms,
pantry, nam; extra .vonei on oa noor; iu
closets; cellar under whole house; gas
and electric lights throughout, hot-water
heat, gas log, gas water neater for sum
mer; everything In first-class condition;
Immcdate posnesslon House, SOS Mafs
ave ne Owner, SOS 272-tf
NEW FOTTR-ROOM HOUSE ON TWO
lots In Anacostla. big bargain. Address
BOX li. Herald office 242-tf
FOR SALE OF RENT.
FOR RENT OR SALE ON MONTHLY
payments. 38 v nw., eight-room resi
dence: nearly new. perrect condition:
splendid furnace. OWNER, 42 V St.
FOR SALE FARMS.
870 ACRE FARM IN ANNE ARUNDEL
County. 1 mlls from Annapolis Junction,
on the B & O.; 5 miles from Odenton, on
the Pa. R. R-: fronting VA miles on the
W., B. & A. Ry.; 13-room dwelling, barn
for SO head of cattle, milk house, poultry
house, and other outbuildings; never fall
ing spring of water; one side of farm
borders on the Little Fatuxent River: ad
mirably adapted for stock farm, for truck
farm, or for subdivision Into building lots.
F. WILLIAM DOLGIANO,
SC6 Calvert Building, Baltimore. Md.
Virerina and MarvlAnrL
COUNTRT PROPERTY OF EVERY
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
j. iv LATiiAar.
1420 New York Ave.
FOR SALE LOTS.
BIG BARGAIN IF SOLD IMMEDI-
ateiy will sen line lot. -with water.
sewer, and gas; one square from car
I'ne; soutneast section: ten minutes to
navy yard: twelve minutes .to Capitol.
Address BOX 2L Herald office. 2S9
FOR EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE.
LET ME SEND YOU OUR BOOKLET
on desirable properties for exchange.
JAMES S. FRASER. 1220 New York ave.
MOVING, PACKING, & STORING.
FURNITURE, BAGGAGE. PIANOS, Ac,
moved with care: packing and shipping
a specialty. KRIEG'8 EXPRESS. 1224
H st. nw. -jenone aiain ano. IK-U
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTE-
ly fireproof storage, UNITED STATES
STORAGE CO.. 41W20 IfttU. st- BV.
THobi ilala . -. 1T7-U
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
ONLY fno CASH
ror new 6-room llojses.
Balance 20 monthly.
A number to choose from.
"COLLlNS. Clarendon. V.
I WILL FURNISH FUNDS AND
ground In northwest section of DlJ-
trlct for building of detached homes.
Address BUILDER, Box a. Herald office.
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE;
excellent location: $15 per month. B,
M. SSIITH. Arlington. Va. 280-tf
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT TYPEWRITERS REM
ingtons, Olivers, and Smith Premiers,
$1.50; latest Olivers and L. C. Smiths.
$3.23; Slonarchs, $250, and Underwoods,
$2.75 per month. Apply 35 Randolph
piace nw. z
3 flft WTLL RENT AN OLIVER
tPtJ.uu Typewriter for one month;
Convenient in the home. OLIVER TYPE
WRITER CO . 928 F nw. Main 769-. 265-tt
U. H. PHILP1TT. RELIABLE UMBRELLA AND
Firuol Siller. Repiln&c and re-eorerlnc CtT-
onur jioru. ind !. JL 801 E . nw iio-ua
REFRIGERATORS & ICEBOXES.
And Cooling Rooms are the best made.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
11 F st nw.
OLD FLOORS MADE NEW.
Old floors planed and scraped to smooth
surrace and made now. c. H. ADAMS,
1254 Girard st ne. 'Phone North 1721.
DR. SHADE,' SPECIALIST.
FORTY YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING
STOMACH AND NERVOUS DISEASES.
Special and private ailments of both
sexes cured promptly. Consultation free.
Hours. 10 to I and 3 to 5.30; Sundays. 10
to 11. 723 llth st. nw. 77-tf
DR FISK ELGIN. EXPERT IN
treatment of special diseases, chronic
and acute. Consultations confidential.
Medicine furnished Prices moderate.
Corner llth and Pa. ave. nw. 'PhonB
M. 7647 Office hours. 9 to 1. 3 to S.
N. B. Following schedule flram pabHsbed oolj
u information and are uot fuaranteed.
For Atlanta. Bfnninztum, Mobile. New Orleasa.
Aibnillf 9 a. ra. and 10 43 p. m. For Chattaaoog
and Menpfaia. 10-43 p. ra. dally. Dining can.
For Roanoke, Knotiille. Chattanooga. Birming
ham, Sew Orleana. 10 19 p. ra. Dining car.
Fat Roanoke. KnoirtHj, Chattanooga. Nashville.
Memphis. 4 10 t m. dally (Sleeping car open alter
10 p m ) Dining cars:
For Charlott. Spartanburg. Atlanta. Anniaton,
Birmingham. 4 IS p. m. dallj. Dining can.
For Greeniboro. Durham. Balelgb. Charlotte. Co
lumbia. Charleston. Aiken. Amruata, BaTannah.
JarkaosTille, asd Florida pnlnU. 6:3) p. m. dailr.
Dining can. L S. HROCTN. General Agent
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY.
1 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. L 1911.
Lear Washington. New Union Station.
I 1:00 a. m. DiDr All joints on Norfoft and West
ern. 1 10 10 p. m. Daily Roanoke, Bristol. Wlnston-Sa-i
lcm. Knoxrille. Chattanooga. Nuhrlll. New Or
leans. Through Sleeper. Dining Can.
I 4 JO a. m. For Bristol, KnoxTilla. Chattanoogs.
Nnhtllle. and Memphis, Waablngton-Meraphu
aleerr open 10 p. m.
I For Norfolk Leare Washington, 439 a m. daily,
arrira Norfolk. H2B a. m ; 12m noon daily, irrirt)
Norfolk. S3) p. m. wek days Lear Richmond
daily. 4 10 p m.. arrlre Norfolk, 7 JO p. ra Lert
Richmond 8 JO a. m. and ISO p. m. Sundays only.
4 10 p. ra Daily Berryrill. Lnray. Shenandoah.
Trains from th Southwest arrir C 45 a. m., 1021
p. m., and U:15 a. m.
All Information Fourteenth stmt and New Tork
arenns (Bond Bulldlrig).
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
Published mly as Icter-nation. not goannteed.
4:00 p. m. dally-C. 4 O SPECIAL. Solid tnin
to Cincinnati, with Pullman sleepers to Loulrrtlle.
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Chicago.
O & O dining car, eeme a la cart.
11 00 p. ra. daily-F F. V. LIMITED to th
Went. Southwnt. and Northwest. Pullman sleepers
to Vh-ginla Rot Springs. Cincinnati, and Louiarilla.
Cincinnati sleeper open for occupancy 10 p. ra.
C &. O. dining car. enice a la carte.
Ticket Offices. SU Pa. are., 1339 F et.. and Union
Station Tboces. Main 1066. 2D6, and TZX.
BALTIMORE & TJB30 RAILROAD.
LEAVE DMON rTTATION
ROTAL BLCE LINE.
"EVERT OTHER HOUR ON TnE ODD HOUR"
TO rniLADELPIHA AND NEW TORK.
NEW TORK TERMINALS. LIHERTT STREET
and W. TWENTi"-TIIIRD STREET.
7:00, t-O0 (Royal Sperial. 5 hours). J (Royal
Special). '11:00 a. m., 1V. 3aV (Royal Limited. I
hours). S:09. 'OX) p. m. and lias night, 13
a. ra. Diners and Parlor Cars on day trains.
Sleepers on 12.15 night open at 10:00 P. m.
PhUadelphia and Atlantic City, IT SO, tff), llfl
a. ., 'ISO. 3XD. IM p. ra.
"EVERT HOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week days. 7:00 a. ra. to 1090 p. m.)
232. 15OT, tJ0. n-OI. 7SD. T3S0. 8J0. 9).
tJ0. '10:00. 11ST0 a m.. '12S0 noon. 112:05, 1,
11J5. THO. 30, t33), O30, 14-00. 1 43, 5S0.
ISflJ. S20. ta. 630. 7S0. 8S0. HX. 10S0,
10 40, 1130. 12 J5 night.
CHICAGO. "9 10 a. m.. '1:25, sa) p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND L0UI3VILLE,
3 10 a m . 4a0 p. ra.. '12-10 night
PITTSnURG. "9J0 a. m.. las, 9J0 p. ra . 1310
night. (Sleeper ready 10 p. ra )
CLEVELAND. 9J0 p. m. COLUMBUS. SJJ
WHEELING. 10 a. m.. SJ0 p. ra.
Schedules of local trains at ticket oSets.
Dally. tEiept Sunday. tSunday only.
TELEPHONES at following Ticket Offices: 1(11
O st. nw.. Main 1591; 611 Fennaylranla are.. Main
t7; Union 8tation HBce. Main 138.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia, holding Probate Court. No. 1B31S. Ad
ministration This la to giro notice that tho sub
scribers, of the District of Columbia and the Stats of
Virginia, reapectlTely. hate obtained from the Pro
bate Court of the District of Columbia letters testa
mentary on th estate of Babetto Dreyfus, lata of
the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons
hasing claims against the deceased are, hereby
warned to exhibit tho same, with the Touchers
thereof, legally arthenticated. to the subscribers on
or before the 2CTH DAT OF AUGUST. A. D.
1312; otherwise they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Green under our hands
this 29th day of September. 1911. MAURICE
BAER. 2115 M street northwests ADOLTH SI.
BAER. 1145 51 street northwest; BENOIT BIER,
Alexandria. Va. Attest: (Seal.) JAMES TANNER,
Register of Will for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probata Court. SHUSTER A
BOUVE, Attorneys. oc3.10.1T
TREASURS DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF THE
Super-rising Architect. Washington. D. li. October
1 1911. Scaled proposals will be reeelrrd in this
offlce until 3 o'clock p. ra. on the 16TII DAT OV
NOVEMBER. 1911, and then opened, for (he con
struction, including roof and "ground surface drain
age system of a four-story, stone-faced, fireproof
building, of approximately 90.000 square feet of ground
area, for tbe Bureau of Engrarlng and Printing.
Washington. D. C. Drawings and specifications
mar be obtained at this offlce at the discretion of
ttve Superriainc Architect, but will not be ready for
detrrerr before October n. 19U. JAMES KNOX
TAILOR. Superrtslng Architect.
m LOAN SOCIETY.
patrons laat year, urcr a,n
ladles. Strictest prtraey. in
dorsed by leadltsj banks and
newscapera. Bonded to the
CllENTIAt. UI1N SOCIKTY.
VfctcrBldf . 7U Ninth 8t. N. W Cor. Urant ITae.
YtrterBldf. 7U Ninth St. N. - Cor. Urant rue.
Beau, ahes. PJgelpttia jfrsaas. IlHsllWs
I x per cent I
K to 3 pe eeati.
IF TOU ARE A "CARD 5IAN," A
union man. employed by the railroads,
the government, or a contractor, you can
secure in tho northwest section a flneJot,
and after One-half the cost of the lothaa
been paid In. a loan to build a COCO de
tached house trill bo made. This Is th
opportunity for the man seeking a home
to get one by monthly payments the
same as rent. Shall our representative
call If sc, where and when? Address
BOX 57. Herald office. 2S6
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WANTED USE OF $100 FOR SIX
months; private party, will pay each
month. Address BOX 18, Herald offlce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
In small and large sums. Several trust
funds to loan at' 44 to 5 per cent Inter
est on good business or residence prop
erty. All transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. "H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern
Bldg.. 807 15th st, nw. 344-tf
MONET TO LOAN ON APPROVED
city real estate at lowest current rates
of Interest: spocial privileges with respect
to prior payments, TTLER & RUTHER
FORD. Ine,. 7S0 ISth t nw. G-ti
BIRDS AND PETS.
Just received young singing canaries,
parrots, goldfish, rabbits, guinea pig.
and a fine lot of dogs, all kinds.
SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 718 12th st, nw.
To-day, Tuesday. October
10, at 10 a. m,, 615 La. ave.
For a party declining house
keeping. A large varietj of Furniture. ueh
is Brass Beds Dreers. Chiffoniers
Wardrobes. Tables. Bedding. lot
Carpets. Linoleums. Oilcloths, Rugs
Mattings, Ac All to be sold, without
reserve, to the highest bidder for
D NOTES. Auctioneer
Tso connection irltb any other sale.
TH03 J OWEN" & SON". Auctioce-rs.
TRUSTEES' SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF
SIXTY (Ml rXIMPROVED LOTS IS THE
SUBDIVISION' OF MAR8HALL. D C
By Tirtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
in liber No X3J, at folio 147. et seq . of the lard
records cf the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the parties ecured thereby, the under
signed trostes will sell, at putJio auction on tVe
premises on MONDAY, the 18th day of October
1911. at 4 o'clock p m. the following deteribed land
and premises, situate In the Dlmrt cf Col nn
bia. and known and daelgnatrd as and being alt
of block 11. In the subditlsioa known as Marshall.
a recorded in County Book No. 4. page 39, in the
suTTeyor's offle cf the DU'riet of Columbia aH
property consisting of thirty (30) unimprored kf.
And by Tirtue of that certain deed of truf du!
recorded in liber No. 3ZS. at folio 151. ct sea of
(he land records of the District of Columbia, ami
t the request of the parties ecured Iherrbr thi
undersigned trustees will also sell, at public auction,
en the rrembes on the same day at 4 JO oc!nc
p. m the following de-nbed land and preml'fs
situate in the District of Columbia, and known and
designated as and being, all cf block No IS. in the
snbdrrlsion known as Marshall, as recorded, in the
County Book o 6. at page 39. in the surrayor's
offlce of the District of Columbia the said property
consisting alo of thirty (30) rmimprOTed lots
Terms of sale Cash A deposit -f $30 on each
block will be required of the purchaser at the time
of sale. All conTeyandng. recording, and notarial
fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of tale to
be compiled with within fifteen days from date of
sale, otherwiaa the trust-es reserre the right to
resell the property at the risk and cost of the de
faulting purchaser sfter fire days' adieiUseuvent oi
such reale in some newspaper published in thi
dty of Washington. D. C
HARRY LAMSOV, Trustee
ERNEST SL HUNT. Trustee.
1Z33 Florida arsnue northeast.
TH09 J OWEN Se SON, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF
TWO HUNDRED IND FIFTY THREE tSSJJ
UNIMPROVED LOTS IN THE SUBDIVI
SION OF MARSHALL. D C
By rirtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
in liber No 3257. at folio 123. et seq.. one of the
land records of the District cf Columbia, and at
the leanest of the parties secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustees will sell, at public auctico. on the
premises on MONDAY, the 10th day of October,
1911. at 4J3 o'clock p. m . the following described
lands and premises, situate m the District of Co
lumbia, and known and designated as, and being
an of lots 1. i 3. and 4. in block ; also lots 7 to It.
indusire. and 15 to 19, lndustre, in said block 6.
all of blocks If and C lots 3 to 13. industre. and
3) to 30, indusiTe. in block 21; lots 1 to 14, in
clusiTe. snd It to 3. industre. In block 23. lots
7 to 14, industre. and H to 55. industre in block
23; lets 1 to 19. lneluatre. 16. 17. and 13. in
block 27. and lots 11 to 13. indusire. and 13 to
30. indusire, m block 29; all in subdrrHon known
as Marshall, as recorded m County Book 6. folio
Z3. of the surreyor's offlce. District of Columbia
the said piupeilj consisting of 164 nnhnprored lot.
And by Tirtue of that certain deed of trust duly
recorded in liber No. 32U. at folio 492. et seq , one
of the land records of the District of Columbia
and at the request of the parties secured thereby
tbe undersigned trustees will sell st public surtion
an the same day abore stated, at 4-4S" odock
p m , the following described land and premises
situate in the District of Columbia, and known
and designated as, and being, all cf blocks num
bered nine (f). thirteen (13). and eightheec (IS) ex
cept lot two CD. in Nock nine (9), in the subditi
sion called Marshall, as per plat recorded In the
office of the surreyor for the District of Columbia
In Liber County S. at folio 39, the said property
consisting of 3 unlmprored lots.
Terms cf sale Cash V deposit of one tiionrd
dollars (Jl 000) will be required of the purchaser
at the time of sale All conreyandng. recording
and notarial fees at the coot of tho purchaser
Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen
days from dafe of aale. otheiwise the trustee re
serre the right to resell tne property at. me n
and cost of the defaulting purchaser after Are days
adTTtlsement of such resale In some newspaper pub
lished In tho dty of Wah!ncton. D. C.
SAMUEL J MASTERS. Trustee
District Natli-nal Rank Bldg
JOHN B KINNEVR. Truilee.
seS-dd.exS District National Bank Bldg
MoJHY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
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INIORSED NOTE LOANS
From fS5 to tSO
To Government Clerks and others
holding pertnanent positions).
Lott rates. Easy monthly payments.
CITIZENS LOAN CO.
Xo. 406 Commercial Bank Bids;.
IT. TV. Cor. 14th & G. Fourth Floor.
Or Any On Earning a Salary Can Make Loans
$10 to $500
On 'any kind of security, personal and Indorsed
notes, furniture, pianos, Ac, without any red taps
whatrrer and absolutely no delay. As a special in
ducement during the next month wt will ask NO
PAYMENT ON PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST UN
TIL NOVEMBER. AND WILL GIVE YOU A
LOWER BATE AND EASIER PAYMENTS THAN
AJTY CONCERN IN THE CITY. We make a spe
LOANS TO LADIES
Wa hare a handsome suite of PRIVATE OF
FICES for their accommodation, and they will al
ways recehs the most prompt and courteous atten
tion. All loans arranged m payments is suit.
LOANS WITH OTHER CONCERNS PAID UP.
WE WANT THE PUBWU TO UNDERSTAND
this is not the offlce of a "loan shark or "curb
stone broker," but a first-class ofic. catering to
th terr best dais of people, and w charra only
what lntmgrat people will approre ot
National Loan and Investment Co.,
Thompson Building. 703 fifteenth Street N. W..
Opp. Treasury Between 'Q St. and N, Y. Art.
Second Floor Next to Drug Store.
ia LOANS AND UPWARD SECURED FOR 8AL-
arsea emntoya. owners at ramirare, ana others,
ARLINGTON ft CCv. 30 1th St. nw. Boos 40X
MOXET LOANED SALART2D PEOPLE.
Women. kteplifjjTooVe and others, with
out security. X3ffic.es la all principal
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