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r wryg-vr-" '"y5' fZW WW-1-tRw - !-' THE WASHINGTON HERAlX). AVEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 14. 1912. 01 JAMES H. SMITH .ON TRIAL TO-BAY Alleged Assailant of Horn Sennet Faces Chargesof Attempt to Ell and Rotbery. Junes II. Smith. Indicted for assault with a dangerous weapon with Intent to kill Morris Sennet. November 20 last will be placed on trial this moraine be fore a Jury in Justice Anderson's court. Tho assault upon Bennet -who la a mer chant at Fairmont Heights, aid., was commuted at & lonely spot in the public road near Bennlng. Smith Is twenty-elf bt ,years old. and & rover irom ntanaxa. who is Known to many residents of the section which Bennet was attacked with hatchet by the prisoner. Bennet wis taken, to Casualty Hospital, where it was stated that Ms skull nad Been rrac tured in several places. His left eye was knocked out by an angular gash Deem' nlns over tho left temple and extending across the optic. The slsht of the other eye was also destroyed for the tune being, Smith was arrested by William Walker, PRIMARrSYSTEM , KNOT FAYORED Enactment fit Such, a Law in Dis trict Would Be Useless, Says Commissioner Rudolph. after the occurrence. He protested his Innocence, even after collapsing in the presence of the tlctlm at the hospital, and also after a for-terrier which was In th wagon when he was attacked, had sniffed at him. and had run from Smith'b cell In the Ninth precinct station the night of his arrest The Indictment against Smith Is In four counts. The first charges Smith with making an assault on Bennet with In tent to kill In the second count the Intent is omitted and the charge Is made or an assault with a hatchet, which Is described as a dangerous weapon. The injuries' inflicted, according to this count, comprised a cut on the upper back part of the head, another on the upper right side of the head, another upon the loner right sldo of the face, and still another on the upper" left side of the face. The third count is identical with the second, except the weapon used Is not called a hatchet but is described as a ' hard, blunt Instrument a more par ticular description of which is to the grand Jurors unknown." Bobbery Is the charge contained In the fourth count By this Smith Is said to have stolen irom the person of Bennet one watch, alucd at jlS. and JIM in cash The Brlstorr bill providing for the es tablishment of a system -of primaries-in the District is not looked upon with favor by the Commissioners. They have formu lated an adverse report on the measure. Cuno H. Rudolph, president of the Board of Commissioners, -yesterday stated thai ha was" decidedly opposed to the Dis trict primary bill. "The enactment of such a primary law In the District Is absolutely useless," said Commissioner Rudolph yesterday. "It would not benefit the District If there were a regular system of primaries here. The people would cast their vote and send a delegate to the national conven tion, -and that would be the. end of It I fail to see how any good could come from such primaries." "What do you think of the.present sys tem ci primaries-- commissioner Bu dolph was asked. "I didn't know we had any system." repnea me commissioner. VEST POCKET ESSAYS CABBAGES ty. GEORGE FITCH Author of'At Good Old Slwosh" ?in5 ".1 CT"tht3;,'?"Ln..n'r Saturday, but there didn't seem to be much system to 1. It was so far from being a real primary that I didn't deem It worth while to cast my rote. I un derstand that the Democratic primaries nave some signs or system. At any rats such cannot be said of the Republican primaries in tho District" The. Commissioners have prepared an unfavorable report on the primary bill, but it has not yet been submitted to Congress. Last May a similar bill was before Congress, and the House District Committee requested tho Commissioners to submit a report on the measure. The District officials on June 6 last sent an unfavorable report on tho bill to the House. The Commissioners stated that they did not fed justified In recommending the enactment of such a primary bill, when by act of Congress the suffrage has been taken away from the people of the Dis trict The District officials said that the District question, and therefore declined to Indorse the measure. MBS. SARAH W. VALE DEAD. - Widow of Former Publisher Passes Anny at Ase of Klu-lity-one. Mrs Sarah Webster Vale, widow of Judge Lewis W Vale, died jesterday at 4:30 p m , after a short Illness, at the home of her son. Henry A. Vale, 250 Cathedral aenue. Mrs Vale was In her eighty-flrst year. She spent a good deal or her time at Bolltar Heights. W. Va., where Judge Vail owned an estate. Judge Lents Vale was the publisher of the Wasnlngton Dally Chronicle, newspaper of thirty-five years ago. Mrs. Vale was a member of the Society of Friends. She leaves two daughters and two sons Mrs. Owen K. Truitt Louise M. Vale. Hemy A. and William P Vale all of Washington. The funeral services will bo held from her late residence, 1350 Cathedral ave nue, to-morrow at ! p m. ANACOSTIA. I nder the ausp'ces of the local com mittee of the Men and Religion Forward Movement the first special meeting for men of a series of four was held last evening in the parish hall of the Ana costla Methodist Kpiscopal Church, and a large number were present Rev W. G Daenport rector of Emmanuel Epis copal Church, presided, being the oldest re tor In point of serIce in this com munit The speaker of the evening was I, man L. Pierce, and his subject was Missions.' This eenlng Robert M. Hopkins will speak on "Bible Study" To-morrow night Frederick Almy will speak on "Social service," and Friday iSM Dr Arthur L. Smith will speak on t- -. angellsm " Rev. Samuel W Grafflln. haimian of the local committee, expects lo hold a rally service In each of the churches represented In this movement beginning probably the first of March The r-bruary meeting of the Anacostia Citizens' Association will be held this evening in the meeting rooms in Nichols aienue and It is expected much busi ness of importance will be transacted. Following the business, officers for the coming year will be elected. nacostia Chapter, No. 12, Royal Arch Masons, annojneed yesterday the names of its officers for the present jear. In addition to Franklin S. Glcker, who was chosen high priest They are Wilbur H Lawrence king; Eugene E. Thompson, scribe Donald F It McGregor, captain of the host Samuel T. Hind, principal sojourner. Charles E Entwlsle, royal arch captain. Wilbur S Dodge, secre tarj . Alexander B. Garden, treasurer: Robert T., Ilennlng. master third vail; Rimer I Krickron, master second -vail: Raymond D Fillius. master first tall; Henry W Eno. sentinel. Past High Frlet-t Charles Walsh was presented with the Jewel of his position. The Fcbruarj dance of the Young Men's Club of St Teresa's Church will be held to-morrow evening in the as sembly hall of the parochial school, in A' street Charles F. Roberts, grand patron of the grand chapter, O E. S of the Dls ti let, was the guest of honor at a recep tion tendered him last evening in Ana costia Masonic Hall, under the direction o? Electa Chapter, No. Z, of which he is a member. Anacostia Council. No. 16. Junior Order of 1'nlted American Mechanics, met last eicnlng In Masonic Hall, with James W. Cranford, councilor. In the chair. SEWERAGE SYSTEM PROPOSED. Maryland and District Officials to Sleet Here February S-t. Health Officer Woodward. Chief Engi neer Phillips, of the District sewerage system, and Dr. James Dudley Morgan called on Commissioner Rudolph yester day to ask for the use of the Commis sioners' board room on Saturday, Febru ary 24, for a joint meeting of the commis sioners of the State board of health of Maryland, of Prince George County Montgomery County, and the officials of the District The meeting Is for the purpoe of con sidering a plan for a metropolitan sew erage sjstem that will allow the sewers of the Mar land communities contiguous to the district to connect up with the Washington sewerage system. It Is un derstood that the Commissioners favor the plan as It will mean a great Improve ment In sanitary conditions In the terri tory from which Washington draws much of, Its food supply. The cabbage is a lonely and humble vecatable, which grows fluently and can be ra'sod ty : mere amateur without the use of agricultural reports or im ported solL It consists of a Jong, thick root which Is used as a lunch club by cut-worms, and head which varies In size from 51-S to 83-4. Contrary to con ditions In other heads, the more swelled the cabbage head becomes and the soft er It Is In the middle the more useful it Is to the human race. Cabbages are raised by sowing a uuan- tlty of seed In a moist, warm place. When the Infant, cabbage has amassed a couple of leures It Is taken out of the nursery and planted in the garden. One man can successfully bring up IM cab bages in his spare moments. Thn punt grows slowly, and when it reaches ma turity, can be harvested by a quick Jerk. It is ready to be transformed Into food. To prepare a cabbage for the table In the most successful manner, nrst lease a forty-acre farm a little distance from town. Then set a cookjstovo in the mid dle of the Held and turn the wind gently away from the town. Select a cabbage with good frontal development and place It In. a kettle of water. Then light tho flreand retire swiftly. At the end .of tvo hours cat a small piece of two-horse-power cheese. In order to neutralize the atmosphere around the cook stoie and remove the cabbage. Wring1 the smell out of it, season to taste, and de vour It You will find it delicious. While being cooked the cabbage defends itself much as does the celebrated Polish cat. but when It Is finally oercome U la sweet and toothsome. In the fall a fine dish can ne maae iiy In a barrel. During- the winter batches of thla preparation can be boiled from time to time In a SKiuet ana the result ts that sublime delicacy known as "saur-kraut" It Is not necessary to ad vertise to the nelghbornood that you are going to hate kraut for dinner. The cabbage head la a great lesson to man. It does not swear, nor boast nor stuff itstlf full of unsavory facts. Tbera LOST AND FOUND. LOST C1X TUESIiAV AFTERNOON lady's solid gold watch snd fob; Ini tials "A. B. S." on uafrh and nlcture of gentleman Inside of case and Initials .. a. it" on too; either in snoppmg district or going from and returning to inn st se. Good reward ir returned to Mr. H. A HOWE, KH Ilth st se. ' LOST SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, one large, flat "pointed fox" muff; two heads on dne side and S or 10 tails on the other: If returned th the ofllee of Arlington Hotel, suitable, reward will be Jjaiu. LOoT AT NOON, AT PALAIS ROYAL, black pocketbook. containing cash, check on a Georgia bank, papers, and two orchestra scats lo Sothern-Marlowe performance for Thursday evening. Finder will be properly -rewarded by communicating with teleDhone. Columbia QO. LOST FROM 1309 M STREET. LIVER and white' pointer (female), eighteen months old. Please return. LOST-ON SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 11, Alpha Delta Phi fraternity Din: cold and enamel design, with star and cres cent Reward if returned in DITANE E. FOX. Washington Loan and Trust Building. LOST-SUNDAY. FEB. 11, A CROWN shaDed cold Din. set with pearls and turquoise, between residence and St Al ban's Church. Liberal reward. HAR OLD DAVIS. S01 Lowell st nw. FOE RENT APARTMENTS. KENESAW APARTMENT HOUSE. Mth. career Into st m. Special ntrs for balance et leasing year on th few apt, now araUabl high class; Srrproof: S tteratoni tU rooms, outride! -t sod rraaj: highest point ta city; both eu uses: Ttacbelor and housekeeping- MH furnished; excellent eef it sMtsts rate, ln-cmlra cr "-phone. taraMes wd- amtd. S. R BRIAST. Muuxtr. FURNISHED ROOKS. 1014 MASS. AVE. NWV-SINGLE OR double room, adjoining bath, facing parklnst xn three car lines; with or iuipm excellent taDie noara. FOR SALE SOUSES. FOR COLORED-NEW 4 AND (-ROOM houses, northwest colonial porch, largs rd; porcelain baths, &c; range. J3.1M: too cash, Jli monthly. Address UP TO DATE. Herald office. NO CASH .PAYMENT; MODERN -. room .ortrkt both hot hot tester and heat; on TlUghta "nvr 2 blocks to cars; W2.50 moathly pars interest and princi pal. Addrfas LCCKY, Herald office. FOR COLORED: NORTHEAST: NEW modern brick, t rooms and bath, furnace- heat; strictly white neighborhood: dOO monthly pavs Interest and princi pal. Address UNUSUAL. Herald office. FURNISHED. 10O FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FRAME bouse, with stable; large yard; un . .., ,ou ui, 3'K vtu:. at" ..ivufc i.3u. Aauress j. i. iteraia omce. TO RENT SIX-ItOOM AND BATH brick house on the heights, close to cars; aii modem improvements; gas ranee, hot .water hear, lsrrs rooms and cellar: can be rented XXiio. with purchase privilege on rental trail. Address T. J. MORGAN. ITS ISth st PERSONALS. si: . MRS. ORA FIELDS, ' CANARIES, ! II ST. NW. (TOP FLOOR.) has been some talk of substituting cab bage heads in many department positions In Washington, on the theory that they could do the work perfectly and could be eaten in their old age. Instead of pensioned, but nothing has come of this chopping a hundred heads of cabbage as yet Reforms movo wondrous slowly into shoe-strings, and mirying me wnoio uw tviuunj. AIR INSPECTION IN CARS PLANNED SKIT ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE. Ilia Secretary," by Mrs. A. S. Bnr. Icson to Be Given ut Playhouse. "His Secretary," the drama which will be presented at the Playhouse on Febru ary 19, at 4.39 o'clock, was written by Mrs. Albert S. Burleson and will amuse a Washington audience. It Is given for the benefit of woman suffrage. There will also be musical numbers and dancing by young girls. This one-act play will later be followed by three lectures on the enfranchisement of women. In the same series, for which Mrs. A I. Barber. Mrs. Arthur J. Par sons and Mrs. J. B. Henderson have loaned their drawing rooms. The dates are March 1. S and 15, Friday mornings, at 11 o'clock. Interstate Commerce Commission Overrules Protests of Com panies Against Tests. Within several days inspectors of the District health department will begin a set of experiments to determine the quality of air In street railway care operating In the city. The Washington Virginia Railway Company has glen the inspectors permission to conduct the ex periments upon the cars operated by the corporation. The Washington Railway and Electric and the Capital Traction companies, in answer to requests from tho health de partment for permission to conduct the tests on their cars, replied that the ex periments would undoubtedly Interfere with the operation of the cars, and con sequently declined to grant the desired permission. The health officials appealed to the Inten ato Commerce Commission for a derision in the matter. The com mission has authorized the health de partment to proceed with tho tests re gardless of the protest of the railway companies. The tests will consume a large amount of time. It will be. necessary to get sam ples of the air In cars under various MEN OF STANDARDS MEET TO-MORROW SecretarjNagel, of Commerce and Laoor, Will Welcome Dele gates to Conference. Tho soenth annual conferenes on weights and measures will be held at the Bureau of Standards to-morrow and Friday. Delegates to the confer ence are superintendents of weights and measures -of the various States and large cities of the country. Tho conference will be opened with an address by Secretary Nagel. cf the Department of Commerce and Labor. An address of welcome will be deliv ered by 8. W. stratton. president of the organization. A report on legislation procured during the year will be read by F 3. Ilolbrook, of the Bureau of Standards. "The method of keeping city sealers records," Vrlil be the sub ject of a discussion by W. F. Cluett chief deputy city sealer of weights and measures, of Chicago. D. C Palmer. chairman of the commission of weights and measures of Massachusetts, will report for the committee on tolerances and specifications. "Platform scales' will be the subject of a paper by C A. Brlggs. of the Bureau of Standards The downtown headquarters will be WORKINOMEN AND THAT'S AN- otner ace In the hole, snd the savlnn buy the coal; slightly used suits and ovsreoata, S3 to S10: that's the toll: call the roll. One price. JUSTH'S OLD BTAND. SIS D. RHEUMATISM. STOMACH TROUBLE, and Constipation cured by my special ueaimem; consultation rree. ANNA K. SMITH. M. V T. OS Y st nw. YOUR PORTRAIT HAND PAINTED IN oil from life: references given. Address ijua s. Herald omce. M1S8 KATIE CAIN AND ASSISTANT manicuring. 718 Tth st nw Apt L MIES WELLS AND ASSIBTANT. MAN- Icurists. as D st nw.. Apt Z. Hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. HELP WANTED MALE. FREE LESSONS IN TOUCH TYPEWRITING AND PENMANSHIP Free lessons will be civen a limited number of ambitious vountr men now at tending me eigntn graae and nign scnoois. j nese interested snouwi apply at once to 8TRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Phone Main 3430. Ninth and F sts. nw. IF YOU ARE AN AUTOMOBILE EX rert vou im never out of a Inh. Good men are In demand all over the United pire you. Pars more titan government lobs, and EMPLOYMENT Is SURE. Think It ever and come and talk to us about terms. TUB AUTOMOBILE COL LEGE OF WASHINGTON. INC 1905 llth st nw. "For white students only." AN INTEU.IOE.Tr PEK80N MAY EARN tat ooouur correipoDdisc for BrwcrapTi: do cut mine. Crad for nrtlcului. CBE3S SYNDI CATE. Lcetport. N. Y. HELP WANTED FEMALE. At once, at 341 Connecticut ate nw. conditions. Home dlfflcuty will probably at the New Raleigh, where a banquet bo experienced by the Inspectors In con-1 will bo held to-morrow night Ar ductlnc the tests, as It desires to con-! rangements are being made to have the duct the experiments when the cars are President recelvo the members of the crowded. The Inspectors will board the I conference at the White House on Frt- cars with two bottles, one empty and . aay. the other containing water. When In the j car the water will be poured Into the W '" iM la Aden. AnHa, U lumped from empty bottle, the air of the car rushing " '. "" "r Wiillrd tcr ta drtlwre! into the bottle originally containing the , ,"? ,Dd t,rtUuir n WrT " mU tot fluid. Tho bottle of air will then be . - radically sealed and carried to the health department laboratory for analysis. One of the newer weapons for use against flies, a Mlssourian's intention, la a frame with a long handle to hold fly paper, with which the Insects may be pursued. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. Tele" Shore's Cose Postponed. . barged with assaulting William Will iam!' a printer, of SO Tenth street south vest, with a knife early last week Peter whore was arraigned. In the Police Court irsieraa xne case was (uauuura uuut Foiruary 3X Shore has been released n JX bond. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Saturday, Feb. 24 PRINZ FRIEDRICH WILHELM. THURS. - MAR. 7 KRONPRINZ WILHELM. TUESDAY - MARCH 12 LONDON-PARIS-BREMEN Special Sailings of the P1INZESS IRE" MARCH 16 FOR MADEIRA, GIBRALTAR, AL8IERS, MAPLES, GENOA Connections from Genoa or Naples for KGYPT, INDIA, CHINA. JAPAN, AUS TrULIt, and the PHILIPPINES by North German Lloyd Imperial Mall Steamers. Cruise to Blark .sea and Caucasus, from Genoa April Sft to May SO (300 up. Cruise to Polar Regions from Bremen. July IS to Aucuit 15 SI'S up. Baltimore-Bremen Direct, One Class (II) Cabin l'ai nencerm, Wednesday. Travelers fheplrc ClnnA All Over lhA World INDEPENDENT AROUND THE WORLD TOURS, 8. OELRICHS & CO., Gen. Agts., 5 Broadway, New York Washington Office, 71S Fourteenth SL N. W. 'Phone Main 7366. E. F. DROOP & SONS CO., Agents, 13th and O Sts. K.W. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. OVER 400 SHIPS 1,210,000 TONS ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. m ttrfttl Slnmkli Cnmi Is Its WtrU. M m Atlantic Somes lo M I.U.NDOV PARI IIOMURG I'HKS. GRA!VTFeb. SS, 1 1A.M. H A.N IVTEtUr.E.Vr 1'EItSOK MAY EARN KM montNr cormcandinff far amptren: no eto- nnicc. Brod far rrtiailir. PBE33 8YKDI CATE, tort pat. N Y FOE RENT STABLES. FOE BENT SUBURBAN. FRIENDSHIP. MARYLAND-ONE CAR fare; less than block of cars: nine rooms and bath: concrete cellar ana HI Uth st. nw. FOR RENT BUSINESS PURPOSES. FOR RENT-DESIRABLE OFFICE and storace bnlldlnc: convenient to Cap itol. Union Station. Senate Offlce Build Ins; brick building In splendid condition, passenger and freleht elevators, licht on all sides of building; convenient to all street car lines; occupancy can be civen iarcn 21. uu; now occupied oy ue Census Bureau; Nos. SS. SO, and 23 1st st nw.- 1,000 square feet of floor space; rcasonaDie rental zor ions term lease. JOSEPH L WELLER, Realty Broker. TO F st nw.. "Washington. D. C TO COLORED-FIVE-ROOM FRAMB house; water, .toilet stable, larsa yard to alley; -white neighborhood, oa the Heights: en car line; will exchaaga- Ad dress KISMET. Herald ettce. FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE. MODERN eight-room detached frame dwelling, en two large lots: northwest section: big bargain : easy terms. Address BOX SI HeraH office. FOR EXCHANGE. I WILL TRADE MY EQUITT IN DJ slrable northwest city lots for axvenulty In small sir or seven room bo&Se. BOX It. Herald offlce. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WANTED-PATENT ATTORNEY WHO- f WCII KlIUWH IV fell ." ,, .-...,. th me that xll! net thousands of dol lars a year and build his patent law business up o an enormous amount be sides. This business can be carried on Ln connection with present patent law nraetlre. Treatment of less than SLO) each, money to be handled by yourself. tor interview, address .UUA. S3, neram ofllce. FOR SALE-A DINING-ROOM, DOttCG a business of HO per day; centrally located on one or the best streets ln city; three good living rooms. BOX II. Herald office. CASH FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR real estate I bring buyers and seller together No matter where located. It you want to buy sell, or exchange any kind of business or nrooertr anywhere at any price, write me. Established 1SL FKAAK 1". CLCVKLAAU, AlO AIUH9 Express Building. Chicago, IIL MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In small and large sums. Several trust funds to loan at 414 to & cer cent Inter est on good business or residence prop erty, aii transactions conauciea wun economical consideration for borrowers. WM. IL SAUNDERS & CO, Southern Building. S07 lith st nw. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED city real estate at lowest current rates of Interest; special prl lieges with respect to prior payments. TYLER & RUTHER- jojuij. inc. 73n uth st nw. PETS AND BIRDS. MALE & FEMALE HELP WANTED. STRAXGER (ENTERING BANK): "Can lou tell me where Draushon's Burlness College Isr "Yes. sir; It Is at 1317 N. Y ave. nw. If you desire any information, ask our clerks. They are an irom ukauuiiu.n b. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. r:.75c Ohio Port, ghcrnr. OUwU. ec WIN Lb and BUrMxrrr. I nlkm. . - IJEAVEU'a. O III it. n Main SIX!. AUTOMOBILES. BARGAIN PRICES FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. 1 Rtoddard-Dayton SO-hp.. E-pazsesger, 1311 Touring Car. fully equipped. 1 White Steamer. H10 Model OO, 5-pas-senger car. Apply EARLE & ALLEN. 121 ISth St. Facing Connecticut ave. TeL North 1542. AVI 1 1 Preach nt St. Mark's. It -William Wilkinson, cf Trinity parish. New York. Is to preach ln St Marks Church next Sunday at 11 a. m, M Wilkinson ts widely known as the wall street preacher" because he holds ten Ices at Wall and Broad streets every ioon He has a wonderful gift of appeal- as to men and boys. -. Lite-savers Report Made. Tho enactment of legislation providing retirement pay for members of llfe-sav-inc crews and certain officers of the service ho may be Incapacitated for duty a urged ln the report for 1J11 of the general superintendent of the Life saving Service. Gompers on Stand To-day. The hearing in the contempt proceed ings against Samuel Gompers, John Mitchell, and Frank Morrison, ofneers of the American Federation of Labor, will be continued this morning at 10 o'clock before Justice Wright when Attorney J. J Darlington, of counsel for the com mittee of prosecutors, will resume the cross-examination of Samuel Gompers. 1 ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY Its wonderful climate, its superb hotels, celebrated Boardwalk, its dose proximity to New York and Philadelphia, and magnifi cent train service has made it the peeT- of the world . resorts. Leading hotels always open. TRAYMORE CHALFONTE' HADDON HALL ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. HOTEL JACKSON. m Uoftoiiscted occ-o Tier, Americui and Eoropera 11-1, Unite. Opra til .r. X. IT. GO It 11 LET, HOTEL DE VILLE, ?!" M susasrmeaL ElnaUrs to atnet IcnL IM. Tits uaua, liootoa satis or en sou. Good awla. Boot coffee. Booklet ACSTUi & AUSTIN. H0TEL -"--ATCAKTIO CITY. JiVJ. Open tarwaghout the Year. Famous as the hotel with every mod ern roavenleaee and all comforts sf home. TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY, Ou. O. Mawnwtte. Mrr. D. a. White. Frta. GRAND ATLANTIC Ylrartnfm Ae. atap B,a,h. !, t r ltoama en cmta vita cot and cold an aler bau JJttjtnr tnjn atreet lextL JMO datlr and S Mimial vecklr ratrs. Auto coach meets Ininj. EXCURSIONS. Rarfolk & WuluBgioi Sfetstat Compaaj. Modern Steel Palace Steamer HORTMUM ANI SO-TMLAII daIlt :ts p. m; Special Saturt'ay-Menway ExevrsriBs TO IM PttBt Cwftri an. Ktrfttk MIMl-$3.50-TIP T1dtrU ee sal Satar js, food Jo return kartai KcrfbU Bandar. TnTOun tickets on aals ta ail prists tooth with atoportr st Old Foist Confer! udjfocfallc. i reti-nd Ucttfa. tnetadlnx aeconuaodaUaes at ChamnerUo Hotel Old Point Comfort -r-, j. City Ticket OScr. Bood BUs. lath- asdJBew Tort art Thona Uaia IS Wharf foot of Seaaaia itntt aoctavnt . ttrfttl Slnatila Cra-iti la Its larli. Atlantic Service lo i.o.ndov paiui noinuna I'HES. C3RAM.Feb. SS.11 A.M. PE.VNS'lLVA.NH, Feb. SU.Jr.lt AMRRIKA.. .March 7, 10 A.M. PnES.LlNCOLX, Mch. It, i I'.U. Hamburg direct M cabin owl). MEUITERRANEAN , SERVICE TO GIBRALTAR, ALGIERS, XAPLCS, GKNOA. S. S. HAMBURG (;?) iin.i FEB. 28(,') WEST INDIES CRUISES Br the Tsin-ijcTtw Bteamera MOLTKI-, Feb. S4, 0 A. 3f. OUS siso and up. Sleh. 29, IS Oars. SS3 and up. VICTORIA LBISE rri Marrh 7. 11 A. M. ainti' I aiTrt and up TWO IDlltL CHUISL3 AROUKD THE WORLD Kov.IS.lRi3 I Peli. 37, 1013 From New York From San Ft'iIko Si VICTORIA LilSE -gff, DDIIIUI IICI CIDrtE I COST no em 1 ssso-jb indadlce all neceaur expeaaea aboaid and aiOore. SUMMER CRUISES To the LAND OF TUB MID XI GUT SUA". Hist delltntful ennaea drninz Jnne. Jalx, aad Auirnnt, from Ilamhura, duration II to 36 daja. Cost, MSO and np. Srlendld aenic. larz fftramahlrs '"VICTOItlA UCISE." -KBON' Wll.V- 1 J33JSI.V CEClUt!" and "METEOR." 1911 WHITE STEAMER. MODEL OO. 5 passenrer Toorina; Car, Just from the factory: has sever been run; list price, n.000; -rill sell for tLOOO. EARLE & ALLEN. 131 ISth st. Facing Connecticut ave. TeL North 1M2. SPECIAL BAROAINS-1S10 WASHING- ton Car, 50. Other makes of cars. O30 and upward. Open evenlnes. CARTER MOTOR CAR CORPORATION. IG3 llth st nw. MEDICAL. DE. FISH ELGIN Treats special diseases, chronic and acute, consultation connaentlai: med. furnished; prices moderate, if. E. cor. 7th and G TeL M. 7M7. Will call. FOR SALE "FAULTLESS- HOUDAN& Thla strain has been esg-bred from trap-nest; records since April. 130. I have bred them years for great lay ers and 12 jears tor larse-size, chalk white ergs. These fowls are extremely hardy, have neither down nor wattle to freeze, and are the best of all winter layers In opn-front coops. "Faultless" strain Iloudans have won everv bine rib bon at New York. Bostqn. Chicago, and Philadelphia shows for past six years. Eggs and stock lold on honor. Send 10c for the largest Illustrated poultry cata logue ever issued. It tells you how to breed these fowl, which average 0 eggs a year apiece, it tells you how to net n.000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. MAC AVOT. Secretary Houdan Club. Cam bridge. N.TT. MALE AND FEMALE CANARIES, breeding cages, fancy poultry and in cubators, dogs, rabbits, Guinea pigs, white rats and mice, gold fishes. Ac SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM. TU th st nw. LEGAL NOTICES. PAWNBROKERS. MONET TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRT. LOUIS ABRAHAMS. MOVED TO SIS G- ST NW. UPHOLSTEBLNG. UPHOLSTERING. CABINETMAKINO, and repairs. Antiqne,tur. reproducing. JEAN AHrfANO. at7 P st nw 'Phone N. K3. SPIN0L0GY. FREE SPINAL CLINIC For tptnal, nerrona, and chronic dJseaan of men. women, and chlMira. Can 8H Diatrlct National Bank Bldgv after I n. m. Write for booklet et 1117 ftule HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE 41-Ct nroadrrT. V.1: - Or E. F. Draop & tfocn Co.. nt av o ata; nw.; tleo. n. iiem. sir inn U-, nanunzton. v. u CopjTiiat. m LonOMVbi r.K llctaacd iaxieaba anj ,io5 ?I Bermuda BY FASTESTSTEAMER urcora inp ntroa b nmt, BT XEWEST STEAMER fBaHt 1M1. Dy onlr Steamer Lanalaa; I'asseafers aad Bamce Directly cm laa nf.ii uaniiiva niuivii iraaaier, Jt S. S. B1RMUDIAN? Twin Scrtw, M.SIS -tons diaplaonscnt JBaii telv Donble Bottom, Wlreleal Tetesiar. -v SUITES DK LUXE. WITH PllTVATB BATH. lincHEsrnA. SEcuntr 'sTATEBooiia kow for jAMUAnr. rEBituanr. -on jubch HMIXSGS. Per illnihited ampolel, rplT lo A. E. Outer Imdca & Co., Acenu, Qnebn 8. 8, Qx, ltd., St Xroadvar. Until It M. HICKS, JM F at hw i GEO. XT. MOSS. 517 fath at Bwn or anj TJcttt Aseut or QUEBEC B. B. CO. Ltd., Qaaeac PIANO TUNING. PIANO TUNING. JLM; WORK OUAR- SPIRITUALISM. MRS. WHITE WILL HOLD SEANCE every Wednesday and Friday, at 8 p. m. sharp r to be seen privately every day. 720 tth st. nw. RUG WEAVING. BEAUTIFUL RUQ8 W07en from old carpets by the WASHINGTON RUO WEAVING CO.. 931 6th st nw. Main 463. HOyiNQ, PACKING, & STORING. MOVING, PACKING. AND 8TOIUNQ A SPtV elaitr. Get car minute; ut tnooei and wort. PEOPLE'S 6TOKAOE A.SD EXPItlS CC. WO Tth at nw. 'Pliooa Morta asMt FURNITURE, BAGGAGE, PIANOS. c- moved ith care; packing- and shipping a specialty. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, li H st nw. 'Phone Main 30, GET OUR ESTIMATES Off ABSOLUTE- ly fireproof storage. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO , W 10th: t n. 'Phone U1 JM. One of the results of the revivals In the Uoer prison camps d urine the South African war- was the foundation of the Boer missionary Institute at Worcester, tsoutn Arrica. In an automobile trhrleaa octst bnOt for the Anvtriaa srmr, the motor wed to propel tho car jnir alto bo ntiuted to drin the electric gescra. IX TOB 8UPRE31B COURT OF TUB DISTRICT of Columbia, holding a District Court In re Ontntns and videnins of aUera in aqnaro KZ1 in the District f CohioMa. District Court. No. 10Cft.Notloa b berets ciTen that the Coinmiionera of the District cf Cohnnbta. pennant to the pro. Tisiona of aectk-ns 1S6 et rq. of the Coda of L of th Dbtrict of Cottnnbia. hare filed a TvUtion ia this court trajlna; the coademnatk-n of the land Deccsaazy for the c-ceninsT and videning certain mule alien la acmare lumbered aert (hounded b-r Oak atrvet Herrateenui atrect Newton street and Brora street), in Ibe District of Columbia, aa abo-arn on a plat or map sled vtth tho aakl petition, aa part thereof, and rearing also that a J-qt et (lie Judk-k-oa. dldnttrcstcd men. not related to anr rjeraon interested in theme proored mes ana nor, m tne aerncv or empiorment or tn District of Cchunbia re of the United States, be sinrmoned br the United States maniha for th District of Columbia to assess the damas-e each owner of land to be taken mar sostain br reason of the crenrng and irkienina; of aakl alter and th ccndemnatlen of the land nec-R-sarr for the imixial"a tserecr, and to assesa the benenu reeultlnr thtre- rrom. Incloalns the trxr-enscs of tnesr vcrxeedlrt-es. a rrotided for in and br the aforesaid Cod of Laws. It j br th court thla tth dar or Frbrnarr. D. 1 ordered, that all reraona harins an-r nftere4 In the-et reoccedlnfi be and they are beTY-faT. -aamed and enccmanded ta appear in this er-nrt on or before the 37TH UAT OF FEB RUART. A. D. ,9. at 11) o'clock a m and cctitinu in attandance until the court ahali bar made ita final order ratlf-rinx and conflrmrne- the anrd of damarea and the ae-essmeet ca beoeflu ot the Jury to be Impaneled and nrcrn herein, and it la further or-ie-red, that a. CTTT ot thla notice and orderbe T-nblished once in the Washington Taw Rercrter and once in the Washls-rtrm Evening Star, Tha Washln-rtoa nerald, the Washington Ttmcv and the Washington Peat, newrpapers xnb lished fat th said Dbtrict. before the aakl Xts day cf February. A D. ! It b further ordered, that s copy of thla nolle! and order be -erred by th United State mat-thai, cr hla deputies, upon such t-f the ownera of th fee of th land to b con demned berrin aa m-ty be fonnd by the said mar shal, or hla Jcpc-tle. within the Di-trir. of Colmn bia. brtcce the raid 9th day of Fetruary, A D Wi By th Court: 40B HARVARD. Jnstice. A troe eopr-Test! (Seal) J It YOUNG. Oerk. By F. E. CUXMN'OHAlf. Assistant Clerk. E. H. THOU4S and "P It MARSHALL. Altor nejs for retltioncra. IX.THE SUPREME COURT OF TUB DISTRICT of Columbia, holdinc a District Court In re Opening and widening of an alley in aquare SS (block 3, llount rieasant). ta tha District cf ColnmUa. District Court No. ICCA-Xotlce Is henhr siren that the Cca-sslaalonen of th Dis. U-Kt of Columbia, puranant to the pi-orisiona of st-ctlona IKS et aeu. cf tha Cod of Laws for th District ot Columbia, ban filed a retltk-n in thla court praying the eondemnatioa of the land nccea aary tor th openins and widening cf an alley ln ao.ua --xs iuccs i. mount ntasant). bounded by Girard atrtet Geor-rls ai-emte. Fairmont street. and Sherman areirne, in tha Distrit-t of Cblumbia. as shown ion a plat or map filed with the said petition, aa part them-, and praying also that m -ry of fir idickij-t, diedntereated men. not related to any prraoa interested In these- pnceedingi and not in th scrr!ce or employment of th Diatrlct ot Uol-nnt-La cr or th United States, be r-minoned It th United Stale marshal for the District of CclnmbU to assesa the damage each owner of land to b taken may sustain by- reason of the-cpening and widening of aatd aOey and tha t-ccdenmation of th land accessary for the uuriiuats thereof, and to ataen the beceflta resulting HH-rrft-om. tndndinc th expenses of these ta-ce-ecdiE-, as prorided for h. .nA w ,iu .e .n a. - r... r,. ta coart this Jth. day of ret-raary, A. D. lJli. o-dered. that all perscm, hating any tnteRat in tbeso i-re-ceedinn be and they are hereby, jrarned and coBusanded ta ar-pear in this eonrt m nr T fore the tSTU DAV OV FEBRCART. A. D. Bli at M o'clock a. m.. and contiin in atUndanc ontil th court shall bare made its final order rahtring and crnflrmlnc th award of damages ana tot aases-anein u nencats of the Jure in h imx-u-elcd and svoro herein t snd it b further ordered, that a eopy of thla notice and order b paMished ocee In th Washiscten Law Reporter and one la th Wasfclna-toa Erentsg Star, Th Wathinxtcn Husld. th Waabdns-te-n Times, ml to Washinctcn Ptat Mwspapen puhlbbed In the said L-utnct, ccror u sua ssui day of Febmarr. A. D. Bli It to further ordered, that a ones of this notice and a-dcr be strrerf by th United Bute marsfcaL or hH dei-otie. tmon aach rf tha owner c the fr of th land to t nnWui herein aa nor be found by th Mid E-arthal. or kit derntie-i. within th District of Columbia, befora tn wa -stn oai or ree-raary. A. J. im n-, the Court: JOB BARNARD. Justice: A tmecor-r-Te-f. (SeaU J, R. lOITSK Cltrk. Br P. E. CDNXIMSHAM. AwS-lanl Oetk. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITTTTAILOR'S store or tools for sale. Apply 1 u st nw. WINDOW & HOUSE CLEANING. YOU'LL WEAR BILLTKENS SMILE If you have the "Acme" do your -window, office, and house cleaning-. ACME .VTNDOW CLEANING CO.. 3 G st nw. 'Phone "Main T153. RAILROADS. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. TREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOOTH. K. B.-.FoUowiag achedule figures pn Wished osly aa information and are not guaranteed. For Atlanta. Birmingham, Mobil. New Orleans. Ashe-tiBe, S a. nu --t KU IV m. Fcr Chattanooga and "Uemphia, W p. m., dally. Dining cars. For Talladega. Calexs. Selxna. Unlontows. Demo--' lie. 9 a. m. dally. For Roanoke, Knerxrille. C"atta-toco. Birmlng hsm. New Orleans. 10 JO p. m Dining cira. Foe Rcatnoke. KnorTille. ChatUrioDga. NaahTHle. Uemphia. 4 JO a. m. daily (Slerriug or open after 10 tx. m.) Dirung cars. For Charlotte. Spartanburg, Atlanta. Am-lalrm, Bh-o-dngham. 4-1S p. m. daily. Dining can. For AshniUe. Charlotte, Columbia. Charleston. Aiken. Ancusta. Sarannah, JaeksoniiTJe. and Florida pctsta, O p. m . dally. Dining cars. L. 8. BROWN. GenerU Agent NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. . Hit Lear Washir-gton. New TJnlon Station. M a. m. DiHy All points on Norfbta: and West ern. MJ9 p. m. Daily Roanoke. Bristol. Wisfon Balem. K-x-XTiDe. Qiattanooa-a. NaahTiUe. he-r Orkan-L Thiongh Sleeper. Dining Can. , 3a a. m. For Bristol. xoxnu. c-ultanoogs. Nash-rQIs. and Memphis. Washtn--too-llemphls aleepcr open at IS p. m. For orfou Lear w as&logton. f3 a. m. dally, arrlr Norfolk. 1120 a. m.: 1391 noon daQy, airiia Norfolk. 5- p. m. daily. Parlor Chra LeTR-ttT--mond dafiy. 4J9 ix m.. arris Norfolk. 730 p. m. I Jo pl n-L Dally BenyriUe. Lursy. boe-Mpao.it-Tnlns from the Southwest airii t.-B a. m.; 10B pi m.. and X2J5 a. m. An Infonnatian ronrtienu street; ana new ion avenue (Bond Bonding). CHESAPEAKE & OHIO UNES. 4IO p. m. cUily-C. A a SPECIAL Solid train to Clncisnati. with Pulhaan abe-rcn to Lc-ubviQe. Ctncbmatt Indianapolis. St tools, and Chicago. njo p. m. aatiy a. t. v. uiinoi to ta West Southwest and Northwest Pullman steepen to Virginia Hot Spring-', Cincinnati, and Louts-rill. Clndnnati sleeper open lor occupancy 10 p. ta. C,tO dining car. aerrice a la carta. OOces. 5U Pa. ate.. UB F st. and Union Station. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. LEAVE UNION STATION. ROYAL BLUE LINE. "EVERT OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR" TO PHILADELPHIA and NEW TORK. NEW TORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY STREET and W. TWENTT-THIRD STREET. IS). ri- (Royal Sprrisl. S hours). J9-0 (Royal Pceciil). -U0 a. m-. l-0. lot (Royal Limited. S hours). S-CO. 1S1 p. m.. and fltJS night IB a. m. Diners and Parlor Can on day trains. Steepen on 13M night open at H p. cu Philadelphia and Atlantic City. 17. -3-0B. 11-M a. t-L. 110. tfl) tl- p. m. TO BALTIMORE. -EVERT HOUR ON THE H0Ua (Week days. Tan a. a. to DHD p. m.) :-, nto. m-30. Tflo. fan. no. tco. -. fl-JO: 1so. UiCD a. ntu. Vim kjob. t . l-. 1115. tt-J. 1J. . U-30. . IttSw tlH ts-ta. ia). itai. im. n. . t-oo. i--. -, maoi jj night WESTWARD. CHICAGO, tit a. m.. IS, t p. m. CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND LOUISVILLE. 5:10 a. . "iJO p. m, 12M sight WTTSBCRO. IdO ajn IS. "J0 p. m., night (Sleeper ready 14 P- m. ) CLEVELAND. p. BL. O0LCMBC3. 530 Dally. tExet-pt Sunday. ISonday only. TELEPHONES at following ticket Offices: 1DI O at nw.. Main 1SS1: SO Pensaxlnnis an.. Itata Union Stattod, cOce. Main "530. MONEY TO LOAN. One of the newest -musical Instruments. operated by electricity,, reproduces the notes of fortr-flve orchejlra pertonners. On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, &c. Cscttal, C0CH.ca, Orern.ol S Irons last year. Orer I,- Ilea. Strictest priiscy. In dcnd by laading banks and Why Pay Slonl District PRUDENTIAL LOAN BOC1ETT. Fletor-Bldg, nt Ninth SLN.W, Cor. Grant Pla- Hem ceBc. Philadelphia. Branchaa Batttaora. aid,; Plttsfc-n-c Bot-heater. Btrglln. M0NEjt I lpereeat I to Z per eeatl Ixa Extras. M LOAN COMPANIES. $10 to $500 On any kind of security, personal and Indorsed notes, furniture, plane Ae. without any red up nbaterer, and absolutely no daisy. Aa a spc-sal iadneement during thla month, w wilt aak NO PATMEXT ON PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST UN TIL APRIL AND WILL GIVE YOU" A LOWER BATE AND EASIER PAYMENTS THAN ANY COMPANY IN THE CITY. W naaa a apet-uity " LOANS TO LADIES W hare a harts-m suit ot PRIVATE OF FICES for their acn-amedation. and tier will al- wajm xecei- th most ttompt and eouzteous itten- uoo. au loans arranged la payments to aut LOANS WITH OTHER COMPANIES PAID CP. WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO UNDERSTAND that thla ta a flnlclaje cfSce. t-ateritur to tha fen- bat class ot people, and w ctai-p only what Istal Ugtat peel's will apjrc-e ot itaA Ay? WVltSTWyT) Thompsoa BaUdlas. T03 ISth St. If. tV, Opj, Tr-eaaarr. Bet. Q at aad N. X. ave. next to rjrn-g 3 tore. S tOANS AND UPWARD SECURES FOIL SAL- anea empuyta. ownera ot nmit-m. aad thsEs AEUNQTON CO, ta tth st aa. Rooaa ML jtONEY LOANED SALAKIED PEOPLli Women keeping house aad others, with out sCUritv OSeeat In all nelmelcif mes. Ia. 8, Talma, KHtWUtta. lAitv- SxAMJixmg&itifcxki ,'MZLfe atf-jVaae..-.