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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. 'TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1912.'
II' l m ALCOHOL J per r.VHT- AVEeeUeBrpan&nlids- auuudiui UElOTaBUtSglKr IflBSBllJCfKtSCf TroiaotesDi&saonT&GEil ngss and Rest ITrmtalntirisaT OrmmLMorahinc arMataL NOTyARCOTICV 1 ApttrW . JkUTtbO- I Ztvrtmf I Yi Apcto Remedy for ConsSp-, nnn.7nur:nnEiTn.iJi2iiiaAa WoniarcHwidaaiB Jtnwidt ! TIESSaidLOSSOPSlEEP. I m ftcSinsle Sijaeiure oT .NEW YORK. J Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMMITTEE WANTS THREE HOSPITALS Advocates Big Appropriations for Emergency, Columbia, and a Municipal Institution. A report urging the continuation of both Columbia and Emergency hospitals and an appropriation of 90,000 for a municipal' hospital for the treatment of the. city's Indigent sick was adopted by the charities and correction committee of the Board of Trade jesterday, The reDort will be submit!! to the board at m km unguics m I i a meeting to be held Thursday. February 29, at which the British Ambassador, James Brvce, will be the guest of honor. The report, which was prepared by Walter C Clephane, chairman, waa adopted after considerable discussion. It urges the appropriation of S200.000 for the erection of a new Columbia Hospital and 100.000 for a new Emergency Hos pital. The report also urges the con tinuation of the present annual appro priations for the maintenance of botb Institutions At the meeting of the commttee held last Friday it developed that there were several members who favored the plan of the Board of Charities, which' advo cates the separation of private and pub-11- charities and the erection of a mu nicipal hospital. These members yester day submitted a minority report, which may be brought before the entire board at Its next meeting. It Is substantially as follows "We believe In the ultimate divorce ment of public and private charities In the District of Columbia. We believe, that the District of Co lumbia should build and equip a strictly municipal hospital to care exclusively for the city's Indigent sick. We believe that no more revenues of the District of Columbia should be used for additions to or for new hospital buildings under the exclusive control of private corporations or associations "We believe until the District of Co lumbia possesses a modern and thorough ly equipped hospital of Its own, that spe cific appropriations should be continued by Congress for the support of the Indi gent sick at both Columbia and Emer gency hospitals." The committee was Informed yesterday that the District committee of the Sen ate will hold a hearing on the local hos pital station this morning at 10.30. A delegation from the committee will at tend the hearing. It Is also understood! VEST POCKET ESSAYS FEBRUARY The. nicest things about February are the thirtieth and thlrty-tlrst days of the month, from which we are perpetually excused, and the twenty-ninth day, which comes only once In four years. February comes along when every one la tired of winter, and la about as wel come as a ninth piece of pie or a sec ond attack of mumps. February la just like January, only more so at times, but the calendar Isn't hard-hearted enough to compel mankind to serve out all of the usual thirty-day sentence. Brevity is the sole cause of Februarys popularity, and this should be a lesson 10 every lecturer. In February the days grow longer, but this pleasure is offset by the annoyance of receiving telegrams and souvenir cards from friends who are sitting in tee sun shine in southern California ana exag gerating the climate in perfect safety. More than one man has risen In the mid dle of an Illinois February night and has accumulated nfty miles of north wind under his nightshirt while be stood at his front door and receipted for a tele gram from his wife in Pasadena telling him that roses are perrutmng tne air as she sets on the hotel, porch without wraps. . Altnougn reDruary contains only twenty-eight days, it Is our most event ful month. Its greatest feat has been the production of both Washington and Lin coln. Tbis grateful nation makes nou aays ot tiotn birtnaays, tnus reducing tne working days In jreDrnary to twenty two, and making it enormously popular with bank clerks and government em- Ploj es. in jreoruary aiso c valentine day occurs. This is a nne aay on wmen to get even with some enemy who is too large to lick by sending him a beau tiful tinted portrait of a fat man with a "-lata' nose and large Xuxzy cars and CASTORIA Jor Infanta and Children., The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA that a similar delegation from the Chamber of Commerce will be present. At the meeting of the Board of Trade to be held a week from next Thursday night Ambassador Bryce will make an address, the nature of which has not Set been announced. The Board will con slder several important matters at that time. Including reports of the committees on municipal art, parks and reserva tions, private schools, public order, and streets and avenues. The meeting will be held at the New Wlllard. POSTED OH CONGRESS AFFAIRS? GET A HISTORY Volume Offered by The Herald In' valuable to All Who Need Information. tine present session or congress promises to be one of tne most interest ing ana important In recent years. Are you sure jou understand tne issues that are Deing discussed tms winttrr cros cups united states History, wmen Tne Herald Is offering its readers. Is full of just the sort of Information you need on these questions. Take- the President's Ideas on the trusts, for Instance. Croscup's History tells about the passage of the Sherman law in 1SW, the growth of the trusts and the efforts during recent years to regu late them. Then there Is the matter of our foreign relations. The history tells about our foreign re lations, not only years ago, as other his tories do, but our recent relations also. A bitter debate on the tariff Is going on. A whole section of this history deals with the evolution of our tariff from the beginning under Alexander Hamilton right down to the Payne bill and the de mand for further revision. Croscup's History will tell you about the building of railroads, the efforts to regulate them, the first interstate com' merce act of 1SS7, the amended act of 1906, the Interstate Commerce Commis sion, the Commerce Court, rates, re bates, .c Laws regulating the Panama Canal will be debated. This book tells the his tory of the building of the canal and how It Is being built. Cut out the coupon printed on page 2 and send It In to-day. Tannic Over Taxless Vehicles. For failure to display license tags on their vehicles, six drivers were arrested yesterday, being permitted -to deposit SI collateral for appearance In Police Court this morning All protested vigorously against their arrest, contending that they had made repeated trips to the District building to obtain tags, but had been notified each time that the supply was exhausted After a delay of more than six months, the togs reached the permit clerk about two weeks ago. Ey GEORGE FITCH Author of "At Good Old Slwath" writing his name underneath so he will catch the resemblance. But February is chiefly noted for its twenty-ninth day, which occurs once In four years, thus producing what known as leap year." This name Is derived from the tact that in this year unmarried 'young women are supposed t leap ferocldusly upon eligible young men and drag them shrieking to the altar. The open season lasts ail year and is of great assistance in ridding the world of bachelors. An extra day every four years is a great boon even It It Is In February, ana thus far little use of It seems to have been made, tt might be a good Plan to preserve February 2 as the day on wmen to read' tne gold mining ana conee plantation circulars which have accu mulated during the preceding tour years. lOssjittU, no, fcrGcoro lutthts AoiBi.) . AAiF McCUE HEIRS LOSE . IHS0R1NGE BIGHT Highest Court Against Paying Policy-on Maa Hashed for Murder. ' The fight of the heirs of ?. Bamueh McCue, nne mayor of Charlottesville, Vs., who was hanged in February, 1305, for the murder of his wife, to collect 115,000 on a Ute Insurance policy which be held In the Northwestern Mutual Ufa Insurance Company was lost yesterday by a decision of the United States Supreme Court. The case was reversed and re manded. . Soon after McCue was hanged, his son. J. William McCue, on behalf of himself and the rest ot the children, presented a policy, which had been taken out on aelr father, to the Northwestern Mutual fo Insurance Company for payment. The Insurance company refused payment and the McCue family brought the mat ter to court. The contention of the- insurance com pany that It Is not obliged to pay a claim of thls-jahiracter was upheld by the United State Circuit Court for the Western district of Virginia, This Judgment Vaa reversed by the Circuit Court ot Appeals, but the order was stayed pending an appeal to the Bupreme Court ot the United States. Before the hanging McCue confessed his guilt Shortly after the execution the executors of his will, presented their claim to the Insurance company, flung, as a part of the proof of McCue's death, a sworn statement ot the physician that he had died 'after an Illness ot eighteen minutes' duration, and not from any dis ease, but from suffocation 'by hanging.' " The case was taken to the courts, finally being carried to the United States Su preme Court The insurance company contended that there could not be a recovery on the policy In a case In which the holder had been hanged for capital crime. The court held, however, that the insurance policy was a WIsconsn contract the laws of which allowed recovery. The com pany argued that the policy was not a "Wisconsin contract but a Virginia con tract that the laws of Virginia prohibit a recovery In case of this kind, and that regardless of the. State where the contract of Insurance is made, the gen eral commercial law Is applied in the courts of the United States, and that under this law it is against the public policy to allow recovery to be made In cases ot this character. COULDN'T STAND SITTING. Eratirhlle 'Phone Boy Mnet Return to Ills Lelioni. Dressed neatly In a suit ot the latest cut his buttoned shoes shining, and twirling a stilish hat I Boy Huth. twelve years old. of 319 Sixth street southwest was arraigned before Judge De Lacy in the Juvenile Court yesterday, charged with Incorrigibility. L Frederick C. Huth. the father, said the youngster had assumed an Independence beyond control, having stopped school upon his own initiative, and obtained a position as telephone operator In an office building. "Are you working yet?" asked the court "No. sir," replied Le Boy. "I had to alt so long that I couldn't stand It" The father said his son frequently re mained our all night Le Roy explained this by saying that when he returned home In the small hours ot the morning he found It Impossible to awaken his father. Judge De Lacy ordered Le Boy to re turn to school this morning. He wss placed on probation for a year. ROBERT A. PHILLIPS BURIED. Funeral Services Held for Old and Esteemed Ilesldent. Funeral services for Robert A. Phillips, one of Washington's most progressive citizens, were held at his residence, 1707 Twenty-first street northwest yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Hev. Wallace Radcllffe, pastor of .New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, and a close friend of the deceased, officiated. Interment was In Oak Hill Cemetery. The honorary pallbearers were Gen. Henry M. Baker, Henry B. F. Macfar land, Capt James F. Oyster, Allan Far ouhar. Judge C. E. Nlchol. Washington Topham, and Dr Benjamin W. Summey, the last two representing tne Association of Oldest Inhabitants. The active pallbearers were William C. Miller, William J. Turkenton. M. 8. Farmer. Jr Le Compte Ford, Richard Daniels, and Freeland C. Lyman. Mr. Phillies had been Identified with business interests, social and fraternal organizations In the National Capital for many years. He was on active worker of the Board of Trade, a devout mem ber of the New Tork Avenue Presby terian Church, a Mason or mgn degree, and for years a member of the National Geographic Society. He leaves a widow. Mary Imogene Phillips: two daughters, Mrs. Sherman E. Burroughs, of Manchester, N. H., and Mrs. Roy Lyman Ncuuauser, ot inis city, and three sons. L. E. Phillips, of Oak land. CaL: R. Henry Phillips and Asa E. Phillips, both of this city. DISTRICT SHOE PINCHES. Thirteen Night Schools Closed for Lack of Fnrids. Because of lack ot funds, an order was Issued at the Franklin School yes terday discontinuing thirteen of the night schools. The teachers are urged to send ns many pupils as possible to the six schools which wiu oe continued during March. The schools to be closed are the Gales. Jefferson, Wallach, Brent Takoma, Ste vens, Garfield, Lovejoy, Phillips. Btrney. Randall. Lincoln and Deanwood. The schools to be continued will be able to accommodate about 2,000 pupils. It will be necessary to operato these schools on a two-night schedule ana to reduce m teaching force materially. Liquid Asphalt on HUhtray. Upon the recommendation ot U K. Grablll, assistant engineer in charge of Rnrlr rvreV Park, the District Commis sioners yesterday approved? the plan of' treating Morrow road. In the reserva tion, with liquid asphalt This will make the highway one ot tne dcsi m tne nark. The stlmated cost ot the im provement will be about S325. Army Flyers Return April 1. It was announced yesterday that the army aviation squad, now In winter quarters at Macon, Ga-. will return to this city on April t two weeks earlier than was originally planned. Ji was also announcer by Brig' Gen. James Allen, head of e aerial corps; that a hangar is now being built at Fort Leavenworth. Aaka f 10,000 for Death. Ten thousand dollars' damages are sked In a suit filed yesterday by Pat- tie F. Anderson, administratrix ot the estate of W. T. Anderson, against Lewis Holmes, trading as Holmes. & "on. It Is alleged that Anderson -was run down and killed by the defendant's automo bile ADrtl $ Use ' PINKERTOH-S MAH ADMITS FRAME-DP , i Detective Says He Understood that Brandt Was to Be Given Money and Sent Abroad. New Tork, Feb. 19.-John Rogers, the Plnkerton detective employed five years ago by Mortimer L. Schlff. to aid in the prosecution of Foulke E. Brandt the former Schlff valet, who was given a prison sentence of thirty years for al leged burglary,, told the grand jury to dan in Its Investigation of the case, that It was his understanding at the time ot the arrest that Brandt was not to be sent to jalL but was to be given "a chunk of money" and sent out ot the country. Rogers was the principal witness ot the day. Ho was present In Mr. Benin's office the Monday following the encoun ter at the Schlff bouse, when Brandt ap peared, presumably to be given money to leavo town. Rogers testified that the alienists. Drs. lUnon ana oicDonald. were there and put Brandt through all the regular tests to determine nts san ity. Falling to declare their man in sane. Rogers said those having the mat ter in charge then banded Brandt a confession that had been written for him and made Brandt sign It Refusal meant that he would not get a cent The detective then made the startling statement that ha knew the "confession was a frame-up. but said he -supposed Brandt knew It also. No one was more surprised than I when I was told to have him arrested for burglary," the witness is reported to have testified. thought Mr. Schlff was going to take care or him." Corroborates Brandt's Story. This testimony by Rogers corroborates the statements of Brandt who long ago told hla attorneys and District Attorney Whitman that the day ha was In Schlffs office he was forced to sign a. confession ot robbery, and on this he was railroaded to prison. Another important witness before the grand Jury was Leonard Bourne, a for mer servant In the Schlff home. Bourne was the "third man" In the Schlrt menage at the time of the Brandt epi sode. Bourne stated that he did not know how Brandt got Into the Schlff home the night of the alleged robbery and assault and aald further that he did not know he was there. He could not remember finding the former valet's shoes In the basement and swore that he knew nothing of Brandt's movements the day and nlghf of the robbery. Ha admitted, however, that Mr. Schlff had come downstairs and told him that a man had hit him on the head, but did not name the roan- Bourne waa brought here from Boston by Mr. Schlfrs attorneys to testify. MRS. SINCLAIR HAS ANOTHER SODLMATE Kansas Poet Told He Cannot Call on Her as There Is a Second Affinity. New York. Feb. 1. Mrs. Upton Sin clalr has deserted Harry Kemp, the Kan sas poet for another soulmate. She broke the news to the Kansas poet to day when he came from his New Jer sey bungalow to call on her at the home of her father, W. M. Fuller, where ahe has been staying since December 3. when she tired of life In the Kemp bun galow. The poet called Mrs. Sinclair on the telephone to tell her that he had fin ished a play and waa going to see some publishers In regard to a book ot poems, and wanted to talk It over with her. "No," came the answer, "I cannot ever see jou again." "But why!" asked the astonished poet "I thought ours was to be an Ideal ro mance." "Ideala, Harry," she said, "have to be nurtured by wholesome food and warm clothing and a house that keeps out the rain. But you told me that If I ever found a man I loved more than jou you would not keep me from going to him. You said Upton was inconsist ent when be objected to my leaving him for vou." "Then there is another man?" Kemp asked. "Yes." "All right All right" ,he said. "Ot course, that's what we believed that you should be free to go whenever you choose, but" the tears streamed down hla cheeks "I didn't think you ever would choose to go. The painful conversation ended, Kemp, who was telephoning from a friend's room, sank Into a chair. "Poor Upton, poor Upton." he groaned. "Now I know how he felt when Meta went away with me. "I know now that Upton was my best friend "He warned me." Sinclair is abroad now with his ten-year-old son David. Kemp will stay In New York for the present He hopes to go abroad in a month or two. Ho will work his way across and may see Sinclair In Europe. Kemp Is twenty-eight years old. Mrs. Sinclair is two or three years older. JIM FISH'S WIDOW DEAD. Celebrated Trajredy of Forty Years Ajro la Recalled. Boston, Feb. 13 The celebrated tragedy of forty years ago, when James Flsk, Jr., was killed In the Broadway Central Ho tel, in New York, by Edward 3. Stokes, following a quarrel over the favor of Josle Mansfield, whom Stokes had won away from Flsk. was recalled to-day by the death of Flsk's widow. She-was seventy-six years old, and died in the home ot Fred E. Bowker, In South Boa ton. Mrs. Flsk died almost in poverty: At her husband's death. In the height ot his meteoric career In Wall street it was believed that she would get 2,000,000 from .the estate, but lawsuits over the settle ment of the estate left her only enough to live in bumble fashion. The Mans field woman died in the West about a year ago. Ftor Umplng bricks or ptrlss titocks or erea esrth weti a trench is filled there has bc& la vested a saotordxiTea machine that deliren from fifty to sixty bim a toitrau. The Perfect Shortening f Cottolene is made from the finest vegetable oil as pare and -wholesome as olive oil. Lard, on the contrary, is made from the fat of the hog, some times impure, often indigestible. Cotto lene makes things taste tetter, makes them digest better. It gives yon butter results at less than the price of lard. There is no indigestion sold with Cotto lene. Cottolene is economical because you nser one-third lose, 10ST AND FOUND. LOST LEATHER POCKBTBOOK. Monday, 1 JO p. m.. in or near American Security and Trust Co., containing a sum of money. Finder return to F. C. WEHPP T3ifat f ftiu.UlM mil - celve reward. PERSONALS'. WORKINOMEN WORDS QUOTED are definitions ot what you would do It porterhouse steak was o pound; slightly used suits, S3 to S10; why not come around. One price. JtJSTU'S OLD STAND. W D. SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE & PHYSICAL CULTURE treatments for chronic dis eases. Hours, 8 to S p. m., or by appoint ment DR. HUNTER. Mechano-Therap-lst m 13th st se. CHIROPODY (Both Feet), 50o. Hth st and IT. Y. ave. (Oxford Bldg. RHEUMATISM. STOMACH TROUBLE, and Constipation cured by my special treatment; consultation free. ANNA K. SMITH. M. V. T.. 815 F st nw. MRS. ORA FIELDS, CANARIES, MS H ST. NW. (TOP FLOOR.) YOUR PORTRAIT HAND PAINTED IN . oji rrom life: rerewnees given. Address BOX g. Herald office. MISS, WELLS AND ASSISTANT, MAN leurlata. an D it. tiw.. im. . Houn. S a. m. to S p. m. HELP WANTED MALE. TJlflVfrtri rBWTflr rv . wheeL WASHINGTON SOCIETY. IM niDDs Building. RAGTIME PIANO PLAYING TAUGHT in aj lessons. write xor oooaiei. CHRISTENSEN SCHOOLS, ITS L It. nw. and 2250 Ontario road nw. FREE LESSONS IN TOUCH TYPEWRITING AND PENMANSHIP Free lesson will ha riven a limited number of ambitious young men now aa- icnmng me eignin grade and nign aenoois. Those Interested should applv at once to .STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 'Phone Main 3430. Ninth and F ats. nw. IF YOU ARE AN AUTOSIOBILE EX pert you are never out of a job. Good men are tn demand all over the United Statea. Our day or night course will pre pare, you. Pars more, than government Jobs, and EMPLOYMENT la SURE. Think tt ever and come and talk to us aboot terms. THK AUTOMOBILE COL LEGE OF WASHINGTON. INC 190S Hth at nw. "For white students only." AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAT, EARN tUI Bonthly eorrapoodtec for uwiuiwi; no eaa 'bit 84 for jvrbVulan. TSES3 HINDI CATE. Lorkrot N. T. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED FIRST - CLASS SKIRT hand, at once. IL MILLER, 1111 17th RAGTIME PIANO PLATTNO TAUGHT In 20 lesions. Write, for booklet CHRISTENSEN SCHOOLS. 1325 L st nw and 2250 Ontario road nw AV INTELLIGENT PERSOJJ MAT EARN 0 Rxmthlr ccrmpoodlnr for bcwiuhw; no can. TtHinc Send for pirurillan. TOESS SYNDI CATE. Lockpot. N T MALE & FEMALE HELP WANTED. POSITIONS SECURED UNDER REA sonable conditions or money for tuition reiunaea. rree catalogue. DRAUGHON'S. 1317 N. Y ave. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. AUCTION SALES. C a. SLOAN & CO., 1M7 O ST. NW., will sell MARCH 9. 1312, goods stored with the People's Storage and Express Co In the names of Mama Thomas. Rena Barton. Mrs. B. Whiting. Lizzie De van, and Airs. tz. vviuiams. consuunr or household goods, trunk, boxes, Ac THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE & EX. CO.GR. Clifford & Co., 15t0 7th at nw., Wash ington. D. C FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. MAGNIFICENT black for set SIS; nhn W: lat est Nev York rode!: nervr used: iQ ba scot at mj expeow to anr addma for hre crwitnitlca. ttaod letter to BOX I. Carry Chase. Mil, No pos tals, pleur. feSVJt SPIN0L0QY. FREE SPINAL CLINIC For gjlral. sernms. ud chronic dlmm d tarn, women, id cSmXrvo. CfcU AM District Xitloe&l Bask BWx.. after 130 ix m. MEDICAL. DR. FISK ELGIN Treats special diseases, chronic and acute: consultation confidential, med. furnished; prices moderate. N. E. cor. 7th and G. TeL M. 7U7. Will calL REFRIGERATORS & ICEBOXES. SleCIlAY REFRIGERATORS And Cooling Rooms are Unequaled. MeCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO, (11 F tL nw. LIFE TERMS FOR JUDGES. Amendment Would Give Mullowny and Push Lifelong; Jobs. Police Court Judges Pugh and Mullow ny may hold their Jobs so long as they are able to totter Into the court room. If an amendment to the District appropria tion bill, proposed in the Senate yester day by Senator Johnson, is adopted. The amendment would make the term of of fice of Police Court judges for lite, and a paragraph provides that the incum bents shaU serve under the orders of the amendment, meaning until their death. At present the Police Court judges serve for terms of six years. They are appointed by the President The amend ment continues the appointive power vested In the President stating that It Is the Intention to make the terms coin lnelde with those ot judges of the Su preme Court of the district. OBJECTS TO TITLE "PRINCE." Polish Patriot Has Photonrapha ot Monument! Taken. Being proud ot his nationality and of Kosciusko and Pulaski, the Polish gen erals who aided so materially in the success of the American revolution, C. "?&. de Guetko-Wydiga, a member of the, ancient Polish nobility, who la at the Arlington, yesterday had large photo graphs taken of the Kosciusko and Pu laski monuments in this city with him standing at the foot of the Lafayette Square monument as a souvenir of his visit to the United States. Although tracing hla patent of nobility back to 1225, M- de Guetko seriously ob jects to the title of "prince," saying that as a member of the Polish nobility and as an uncompromising Polish patriot be could not have the title ot "prince." Commissioners Mean Business. The Commissioners yesterday afternoon In a report notified the Senate District Committee that unless Congress more faithfully meets' its obligation assumed In accepting the Takoma branch library and promising to provide for its partial maintenance they will not favor the Galllnger bill providing tor the accept ance of a gift of S30.000 from Andrew Carnegie for the erection of a. branch library in Congress Heights. A new sarmeat for motorists' mar In rtoRor weatbtr If a combined coat and kae troiuers, mad of nteroroot p.ttrfiij hat caa b denned otst ether (toUiioc 70S XXKT APAITXENTS. APARTMENT, 4 ROOMS, JOTCHEN, and bath. In modem new apartment bouse; hot water -year1 round; steam heat: janitor service; S30. Apply at Apt , 511 id st nw. FOR 'RENT-APARTMENT. 4 ROOMS and bath; half square from Pa. ave-t ten minutes' walk from War Depart ment; only d&O Apply to Janitor, IIS 20th st nw., or Owner, JAMES D. BURN, 1101 E st ne. 'Phone Lincoln 233. 101S 1st st. nw., apt Sd fU b 7 r....C-M 63 Sth st nw apt 1st ft, 2 r 1XS0 2820 6th st nw., apt 2d ft, b.. 4 r.... 100 1120 Sth st nw, apt 2. 2d fi.. b.. S r. 2MK) A. S. CAYW00D, 915 N. Y. ave. nw. FURNISHED ROOMS. 708 STH ST. NW.-FURNISHED ROOMS; neat ana light; tapie poarq n qesirea. FURNISHED. 10C9 FOR BENT HOUSES. ITOR HENT-110C8E3. SJt, Bland al nw. tt Jlt ff:. OLH.tr .. UJOlti B! tarns al nw"i J.M H2u Ball tw. ST-.... a 1238 Canal tw. IMS CraadiU row 1 fiordon st nf. ir.. s. HB Ire at aw. tr.... 7. IT? Bin rt n If SIM nbl Stf Drapers .aliw.tr T.) U .. nu uaenon no, o. - fc -iraaanr, u tw A. S. CAYWOOD, 015 X. f. ave. nvr. FOR RENT TO FIRST-CLASS COL- ored tenant 9 r. n brick nouae, in good condition and convenient location; lSS7Vt ave. nw. CAYWOOD & GAR RETT. 1231 N. Y. ave. nw. FOR RENT-TO FIRST-CLASS COL ored tenant 5-room house, in central location: SU R. I- ave. nw. CAYWOOD & GARRETT. 1231 N. Y. ave. nw. FOR RENT IN A NO. 1 CONDITION, 7 r- b., reception halt hot-water heated house, in convenient northwest- location. CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N. T. ave. nw. FOR RENT NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE, CAYWOOD & GARRETT, ITU N. Y. rua uNT-uouses-u.Nt-ua.MiuisUj BEDDCEO BENT LIST. Newtr papered and painted, 10 rooms and por- retain hath, No. Jd t n. nst.-...-...PU0 Apiranonti of raxna and touet. newlrrmo- rated. No. 1319 llth at na......-.8J and D-M FOB DESIRABLE COLORED TENANTS. Kit M nw.. (r la mrrf rmlltion: on Tart-TAJa 90 Drcrees at nw or honae: food cooMUon. 1US 1ES SUi nw , le nooat: rood eondlUn... U- Et E . aw.. 9r tax; rocd condlrjcn.......... 15.S) DFn. aw.. Sr honw; sood eonduion...... H 12S Witla at ne.. Sr hocrw: sood eondiuoa..... c AtartmeatJ of 1 rooms and bath. No. 11 IU E. ., SUJ0 and IT.S0 Eubsrban eottajv at 60S Georgia tt, Tr. larf yard, hot-rlr heat porcelain, ptambtss. rptrn- ud conation............... ..........-.. . sue Apply E. W. MelNTIRE. 23 O ft nw aid en trant, between t and 13 a. nu. or pbos M. Ka7, ama boora. FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FRAME house, with stable; large yard; on Helshts; near cars: grape vine. Ac.; rent S12.M. Address L J. T.. Herald office. TO RENT-SIX-ROOM AND BATH brick house on the heights, close to cars; all modem Improvements; gas range, hot water heat large rooms and cellar: can be rented J3L50, with purchase Erivtlege on rental basis. Address T. J. ORGAN. 122S 15th st FOR RENT BUSINESS PURPOSES. FOR RENT DESIRABLE OFFICE and storage building: convenient to Cap- ItoL Union Station. Senate Office Build ing; brick building In splendid condition, passenger and freight elevators, light on all aides of building; convenient to aU atreet car lines; occupancy can De given March 31. 1312; now occupied by the Census Bureau: Nos. 22S. 230, and 232 1st st nw. 41.000 seroare feet of floor apace; reasonable rental for long term lease. JOSEPH L WRITER, Realt Broker. COI F st nw.. Washington. D. C FOR EXCHANGE. I WILL TRADE MY EQUITY IN DE. irhi neii-rhwct etrw lota far an eaultr In small six or seven room house. BOX si. Herald office AUTOMOBILES. REBUILT USED. FOR SALE 1907 PEERLESS B-PAS-senger touring car. fuUy equipped and In perfect running order: will sell cheap for cash. EARLE ALLEN, 1211 ISth st nw. 'Phone North 1SI2. BARGAIN PRICES FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. 1 Stoddard-Dayton 30-hp.. 5-passenger. Ml Touring Car. fully equipped. 1 White Steamer, 1910 Model OO, S-pas-senger car. Apply EARLE A ALLEN. 1214 ISth st. Facing Connecticut ave. TeL North 192. ' 1912 WHITE STEAMER. MODEL OO. S passenger Tojrlng Car, just from the factory: has never been run; list price. Cox. will sen for JLOCO. EARLE & ALLEN. 121 ISth St. Facing Connecticut ave. TeL North ISC. WINDOW & HOUSE CLEANING. YOU'LL WEAR BTLLIKEN'S SMILE If vou have the "Acme" do your win dow, office, and house cleaning. ACME .Vl.NLHJV. CLKAM.NU (U., QUtl nw. Phone Main 7159. UPHOLSTERING. UPHOLSTERING, CABINETMAKINO, and repairs. Antique xur. reproducing. JEAN AHRANO. 2117 P st nw. "Phone N. 2S2J- PAWNBROKERS. MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY? LOUIS ABRAHAMS. MOVED TO SIS Q ST. NW. PIANO TUNING. PIANO TUNING, a SO; WORK GUAR anteed: aver 25 veara experience. Drop poataL T. HALVERSEN. 1221 East Cap itol at " PETS AND .BIRDS. FOR BALE "FAULTLESS" HOUDANa This strain has been egg-bred from rran-nest: recorda alnce AoriL 1S30. I have bred them Zl years for great lay ers and 12 years for large-size, chalk white eggs. These fowls are extremely hardy, have neither down nor wattle to freeze, and are the best of all winter layers In open-front coops. Taultless" strain Houdans have won every bloe rib bon at New York, Boston. Chicago, and Philadelphia shows for past six years. Eggs ana atock soia on nonor. ttena ioc for the largest illustrated poultry cata- lnwiiA ever Issued. It tells TOO now to. breed these fowl, which average 250 eggs a year apiece; it tells you how to net S3 000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. MAC AVOY. Secretary Houdan Club. Cam bridge, N. Y.. . MALE AND FEMALE CANARIES. breeding cages, fancy poultry and In- f-ubatara. doa-a. rahhlta. Guinea drs. white rats and mice, gold fishes. Ac bUHMiuu rcrc ttairuKiuu, ro iztn st nw. MOVING, PACKING, & STORING. MOVING. PACKING, AND STOBINO A 8Pp dalty. Get oar canmatri; ran aoory and worry. PEOPLE'S 8T0BAGE AKD EXPBEiS CO- IMS rth at aw. 'PboM North 99SML FURNITURE, BAGGAGE, PIANOS. Ac moved with care; packing and shipping a specialty. KRJEO'S EXPRESS. 1224 H st nw. 'Phone Main 2011 GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTE-ly- fireproof storage. UNITED- STATES STORAGE CO., tlS-CO 10th at HW. 'Phone Main 4239. JTOX ULI BOUSES. FOR COLORED: NORTHEAST: NEW modern brick, 6 rooms and bath, fur nace heat; strictly white neighborhood: 30.00 monthly pays Interest and princi pal. Address UNUSUAL. Herald office. NO CASH PAYMENT: MODERN -room brick: both hot hot water and heat; on Heights nw.. 2 blocks to cars; HUB monthly pays interest and principal- Address LUCKY, Herald office. TO COLORED FIVE-ROOM FRAME house; water, toilet stable, large Tard to alley; white neighborhood, on the Heights: on car line: win exchange. Ad. dress KISMET, Herald office. FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE, MODERN eight-room detached frame dwelling, on two large lots; northwest section: big bargain: easy terms. Address BOX Herald office. FOR SAlit STJ1TJRBAN. ELEGANT T-ROOM HOME; LARGE, stable; hennery for L000 hens; other out buildings: 4 acres rich truck land; 'two bloeks to trolley: near Hyattsvine, Md.; 23.250; SL2S0 for deed. GEO. C. WALKER. Sth and O sts. nw. FOR SALE FARMS. ACRES RICH FARM LAND.. READY for crops, but five acres In timber; good 7-room bouse and barns; much fruit: fields watered from good springs on place: tmiotby sod; land limed; nine miles out on Balto. Boulevard. 1 mile to trolley: JI.2M. 35 acres rich truck land, all ready for plow; valuable large orchard; small 6 room house and barn; H miles to Balto.; trolley 8 miles to msrket; S4.000. GEO. C WALKER, Cth and G sts. nw. FOR SALE. VILLA SITES AND ACREAGE. FINE VTLLA SITES. HALF TO 1 arrea. beautiful Prosceot HI1L Va.t 40 mln. 9c fare from White House: highest, healthiest prettiest section within 39 miles: fine neighborhood; beautiful homes; no negroes; no mosquitoes. Own er. M. P. HANLEY. SOS Evans Bldg. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In small and large soma. Several trust funds to loan at fit to t per cent Inter est on good business or residence prop erty. All transactions conauciea wun economical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO, Southern Building. 807 ISth at nw. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED city real estate at lowest current rates Of Interest: special privileges with respect to prior payments. TYLER A RUTHER- FQRD. INC.. 73" ISth st nw. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOR SALE A DINING-ROOM. DOING huxlnris of W0 cer da v: centrally located on one ot the best streets In elty: three good living rooms. BOX 43. Herald office. RAILROADS. NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. S. BtL Lraro Washington, New Union Station. 9s0 a. m. Dauy All points on Norfolk and West- em. MS p. m, DaHy Boancn. Bruuf. vnaston Balra. KncxTO. Chattxnoocx. NahrD. Wrw Orleans. Thronsh Slnsa. Dlntes Can. 430 a. m. For BrlruX. anorruie. Ulillanoora. Naahrfile. and V T Washington-Memphis sleeper open at 10 p. m. For KorfoIi-LMTa Waihlnrton. I9att dally, anira Norfolk. 1130 a. m.: HOT noon danr. antra Norfolk, laaa dany. Parlor Cars. Larr BJeh- mond dally. 130 n, IX. amra luxicu. lao p. m. 420 p, nw DaHy Bcrrjnue. uerar. nwmiwin. Trains from tin Sonthvot anira :C a. m.; us . m, and BdS a. m. An information rwuUuith street and New Xork arcana (Bond BnfirtTncl. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES. ISO p, m. dafiy-C A a SPECIAL. Solid train. U " . with FoBsaa slerpsrs to. LodrrJISr. Clnemnatt IndlanapoIlJ, St Lords, and Cblcaxo. 1130 iL-m. dally F. F. V. LIMITED to the. Weat Soothwrat and Northwest PsBman steepen to Vlnlnla Rot Serins, fTnrlrmatL and LodirlUa. dndnnatl sleeper open for ocenpancy 10 p. m. C. A O. dining- car. amies a la carta. OSeea. SU IX are, 1S9 F at. scd Cniaa Station, BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. LEAVE UNION STATION. BOTAL BLUE LINE. "tVEB-t OTHER BOCR ON TIPS ODD HOUR" TO PHILADELPHIA and HEW IOEK. NEW TOBK TERMINALS. LIBXRTT 8TBETT and W. TWENTY-THIRD STREET. HI tliD IBoral SnreiaL S noon). Dfl) mora! Sprdarj, niffl a. m, 190. "3 moral MmttM. 1 boon), -503. "IS) p, sl. and I12JS sight 3-t1 a. m. Diners and Parlor Can on day trains. Steepen on UdS night acea at 1)10 p. ra. Philadelphia and Atlantic City. 17:00. la, Qxa a. xx. ISO. "Snl II m p. m. Ill liAl?LUUIll "EVERT HOUR ON THE HOUR.- (Weak days. ISO a. m. to MM p. m.) Fa. mm. KM. ISO. ia rue. :. . Ttao; "10110. H3 a. m 12:00 noon. TB&. lao. naJ. Wt Jo. 3. . '". sits, IB ma. 5a. ao. nao. nso. ta. r, aas. :, nao, aasjdjht WfcairtJLKU. CHICAGO. 13 a. bl. 13. -MO p. m. CINCINNATI- ST. LOOTS. AND LOUISVILLE, 930 a. na, 133 p. rx. EJ0 mcht P1TTS8CB0. 140 ua, 12S. las p. m.. 12-41 sight (Sleeper ready 10 p. m.) nrvri.ixn vajg p. BU. UULKJunua, "JJi . m. fk WHEETJNO. 39 a. m, 130 p..m. Schedules local trains at ticket cficra. Dally. tEieept Sunday. ISonday only. TELEPHONES at fotlowtng Octet OOceat HIT O at nw Slain US1: lit Pennnlranla are.. Uaia m; Union Station ofica. Slam VSB. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. PREMIER CABBint OF THE SOUTH. K. B.-FoOowbic achadnlf ngm-ra pnb&Vd onl) i information and are not guaranteed. Fir Atunta. wniBim JiocO. New Orleans, Aahertne, a. m. o-l WHS o. m. For Chattanooga and Memphis, 10 -O p. m dally. Dining cars. For TaBadega. Calera. Sdma, Uniontows, Demo oua. a. m. daily. For Roanokt. Ksaxrine, Chattanooga, rnrmtng. ham. New Orleans. 1920 p. m. Dintec can. For Boanote, KnorrliV. Chattanooga. Kaahmia, Memphis. 4S a. a. dafiy. (Serptsg car opas alter a p. m.) Dining can. For Charlotta .Spartatbcrz. Atlanta, IrmWtnn, Birmingham, 4dS p. to. daily. Dining can. For Athrrille. Charlotte, Corambia. Charleston. Alxra. Angsata. 8arannah. Jaetaonrllle, and Florida points. 420 p. su dally. Dining ran. I a. IMitii.. unnM au... MONEY TO LOAN. On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, &c. CacttaL rJ.OM.000. OraSUei patrons laat year. Crrr 10 ladlra. Strictest prrraey. In dorsed by leading banks sad Mintaia Bonded to the rThy Pay Mont Dbtrict pRrmrr-miT. rnaif RorarrT. Victor Bldg.. Til Ninth ft. N. W Cor. Orant Ptaea, Hem oOce. Philadelphia. Brasenas-tuiumon. Md,: Ptttabsrg. Rochester. Buffalo. LOAN COMPANIES. $10 to $500 On any kind of reemtty. personal and Indorsed notes, furniture, pianos. &. without any red taps whaterer, and abromttiy bo delay. Aa a apodal Inducement during this month, we win aax au PAYMENT ON PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST UN TIL APRIL. AbD WILL OIVE TOU A LOWER BATE AND EASIER PAYMENTS THAX ANT COMPACT IN" THE COT. LOANS WITH OTHER C011PAN1X3 PAID- UP. M U22L iwestmcmt) Thompson Building, 703 13th St X. W. Opp. Treasury, Bet. G at. and Jf. Y. ave. iexs so urns; aiore. B LOANS AND UPWARD SECURED FOR SAL aried cmploraa. ovatn of fsraltara. and -atacm. ARLINGTON CO, aTUK-w. Boon US, jiONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, women-Keeping nouae ana otnere, wiin ont security. Offices In all DrladBar Jtietv V. U. Totoaa, HtWUUii, f HONEY I 1 per cent 1 B to 3 per cent J Ao. Extra. KrvVM ANB IE WK J i w - . J.