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LEAVE ALEXANDU FOR FAIR AT DALLAS Department of Agriculture Exhibit Fills Five Cars, Mostly Models. DIVORCE LAWS INTRODUCED Alexandria. Va.. Jan. H Exhibits pre pared In this city for the National Com Exposition, which trill be held In Dallas, Tex.. February lO-II. which filled five cars, were today shipped to Dallas. The exhibits were prepared under the direc tion or i'ror. l. lamson scriDner. 01 ino Department of Agriculture, and Acent M. JI. Klein, of this city. Bureaus which will be represented In clude forestry, plant Industry, animal In dustry, soils, chemistry, entomology, weather bureau, the Federal office of good roads, and the division of dairying, of the bureau of animal Industry. These exhibits will be demonstrated in models, mounted plants, and bromides Forestry models will be demonstrated by means of transparencies. The weather bureau by a maD. and also scientific in struments used In connection with the work of that bureau. Mr. Klein will so to Dallas either Mon day or Tuesday to look after the work of placing the exhibits. A large crowd tonight attended the masked ball gien at the Elks' Home by the dancing committee of that or ganization. Stato Delegate J. Fred Birrell today In troduced in the State legislature five TRANS-ATLANTIC RATE WAR SEEMS INEVITABLE Hamburg-American Line Excluded from Conference, and Claims Are Rejected. Paris, Jan. 2i The delegates to the North Atlantic shipping conference re organized the combination today, leaving out the Hamburg-American line. A notice excluding that company, and de claring a state of war between It ana the other lines afterward was Issued. The declaration issued by the repre sentatives of the transatlantic shipping companies was textually as follows: "At the car.frrei.ee of the Continental lines Interested in the North Atlantic pas senger trade, held In Paris on January 3. the demands of the Hamburg-American line, which did not see nt to appear in order to explain Its Justification of its claim for an Increased proportion of the steerage passenger traffic, were fully con sidered. The lines were unanimously of opinion that neither past nor present con ditions warranted these demands put for ward by the Hamburg-American line, but that, on the conturj. thej were In fla grant contradiction with the position the Hamburg-American line has emphatically maintained in similar Instances toward other companies. The lines, therefore, refuse to recog nize these claims, and resoHe to carry out the existing agreement among them selves, but without the Hamburg-American line, with the object or upholding rn organization during the long period of twenty-two jears, and thus protecting the rectgnlzed position of the various i lines toward each other." nnltimnrean Tnke Over Gas Mock. Fairmont, W. Va., Jan. 52. Baltimore bankers represented by Jere II. Wheel wright, president of the Consolidation Coal Company, today took over the hold ings of the Fairmont Gas Company for JT50.CCO cash. I.ocal people were per mitted to subscribe for JKCCOO worth of stock. The Baltimore concerns In the deal are R. W. Garret & Sons, the Fi delltj Trust Company, and Hambleton & Co. The gas company owns 15,000 acres of gas land. Arrhnl of Ocean Stennmlilpn. JCcw York. Jan. EL Arrived: Cincin nati, Genoa. Berlin. Genoa; Perugia, Palermo. Matlillde, Sagus; Raum, Troiil ers; Arab, Shields. r-'THEH(i.'s OHE. THING (MflNSV . THB BOY PROM amO CAL.L. TKfe ' f'.fVaID ,IT ON BXERr To PAM FoK THese k , it.TURS THAT S qfREAT 3W4Hr ME SUMS AN.CAf V ?ccrol- w"' T5NIC IS THAT YOU -SAW .STARTED ON TNIC POOui SEND ME. UPi ' ANOTmT 13 IT'S HEALTH - vNlTtH-HAXEi- AnO ALCOHOL. I SMASHED MV J -gHoit-O TAK!j PHYSjtlAU c'TvftE. f (A. MICK6.LS VYORTrn BRINONC: QUAUTIES.' V I HAS' T CltT IT, MV r if FOOT VVITI4 THEj y i L6CJS AMi SO I l4 , NPRYP-TONIc' ' i LOOK WHAT A t-OT 'S ffiriiaS X VPUKIB -BEJU.y rSTiP. cAN'T MOVg Q- WE-JQWCJ bt .MONEj AM SMIHCt) S- AU-50RC , SO T VJ"0 ON DOCTOR BIU-S ANflj ( trlofn &XERcmy 'Qfe , -1 -- - I I ' ' i . i HOME WANTED ETA BAlYBy Dwif pST' - ' 1 ' ; ; ' i r t I companion bills to check the lax divorce laws now In operation. Mr. Birrell, who Is of this city, has been warmly sup ported In his efforts to curb the divorce evil in the State.' Judge I. C. Barley, in the Corporation Court, today appointed Dr. T. Marshall Jones as city coroner for a term of two years. Dr. Jones succeeded. Dr. H. a. Moore, who was not a candidate for "the omce. Dr. Moore has served In the ca paclty of city coroner for six years. REAL ESTATE TBAKSFEES. SqESIlt -BOSS. Win Actu Alice P to Geq D Cirroa JH Clh brt I i K Bj irt M &j SSJ It l-CABBOIXw Gn D it m Jtdi JI to Din'l W B S10 (Tth txt I t K 1U M) n Sq 313 ltj T J bit 3 nriiitirood Pk-CLATTOX. Wm It rt hi Annia E to Hut L & Claude D Clirum Wnt ttnaot J10 (8th i. EennedT t n Sq X31 It 19 n P1-DUVALK Will T to Qua E Corottt SU cmnint trust VJ.5W IS of rrimxton pi. W of fth tt ml hq 340 I It 11-EMACK. Mlrion to Frtdt A C- vell SU (tar nth t n x S3 SI It la Tl rU-ELZEr. Elizabeth E to m T DtiiiU 110 cornanu & Iron ou (S of nock Crtrk Cb id. E of Ga ate sir) II Sq 1801 It IT tl T Falrri Htt-GADSBT. J Eakin rt nx EUxabcth M to Cba C Ckncr JW cofe- naoti (3?th tc Macomb ti nnl 13 StJ 3U5 It 2 blk S rrtworb-HDSTON". Tin C la Alfrrd I' Lrjbum 1 tl- S3J0O (N of Randolph M. W of tb at ml Tl So; see it 75-HCSTOX. Bee O to Alfred I' Leibora t tr Jt0 3 M U ne) ft S) Tl It 1! blk 11 Mrri4ian Hill-JOnNSON. ' M rt nt Man F to Bieh'd E Palro J.O (ZZ3 Cbamplaln at nw) 13 Sq X It 107 l Droit Dc-KlNO. Chai W et ox Alice A to TtKK J Conrin (1 tr $3,000 tS bet SI . 3d U n) X Sq CT K ore It 11-KKANK. Matrrim rt ox iltrr to NdbQ Uarman I0 aub to rixht of vaj trot f tt & en Tth it aw) a Sq 3SS It 113 Uk S-KING, Aiiael Ettu Bertha E to Ed P rover $10 cotenanta k. tr (S of Ool rd. E of Sherman ate n) U bq 1031 It llt-KITE, IUitt A et nx Claire W to liter A Derble et ui Lottie R Joint tenants Getting a Start OFFICE CONDUCT (Copjniht, 1J1U NO matter what jour position, jou represent the business. Not many callers or custo mers come in direct contact with the members of the firm, and in Urge houses few people have per sona, interviews with the heads of departments. They meet the clerk, the salesman, the bookkeeper, or the stenographer, and sometimes they see only the office boy. If the employee who comes in contact with the customer doesn't properly represent his cmplojer and the policy of the business, injury is sire to result, not only to the busi ness itself, but to the representa Ce of it. Customers are made and held, not wholly because of the ability and in tegrity of the head of the firm, but because of the appearance' and ac tions of those under him, who stand between the proprietor and the pub lic Even in offices where, there are but one or two employees, a propor tion, and sometimes half, of the call ers, see an assistant or the office boy, because of the frequent ab sence of the proprietor. The public naturally and properly judges a business by those who represent it who work i' it As an employee jou will meet customers and callers alone, and the impression you give them stands for a profit or a loss. What you do when the boss is out counts for more than what jou do when he is in. You, with jour fellow-cmplojees. will be left behind ihc counter or alone in the office. A customer calls. If jou are busy, and one of THE 15lSHlNGTON IIS. menuBta & tfmt CJ3C IO bet 13th & llth ata Be) Sn 3S Ha M tS blk 3 Holmead Manot-LET- BUBS. Alfred P to Bea O Beaton 310 coreaaata (10th & Monroe att nw) T Sq S3 It H blk 35 Petworth-LETBDIW. Alfred P to CSiaa F Gerhardt Sift (X of Randolph-it, W of Ith rt nw) T3 Sq MS 11 n-LEXBUBN. Alfrrd P to Chaa T Gerhardt 111 ( M at ne) n The Vile pt deacrlbed-MORlXAND. TOa rt ox Sotanna A to Chaa O 3Iumr 310 33 Tlw Vale pt delcribed-Sanw to Edw B Jlarraj til Sq 2STf 1U 36 S & north pt ltU blk 9 Meridian MQl-MUBRAY. Chaa O et nx Ell J A Edw E et nx to Wm Morelaed 0 aSb to rlxht of var aa to Its 3S c 3, (Uth at bet Hartard at & Col rd n) 33 So 3ffl3Ma It. I fc 13 blc U Brooklaad-MeNA MARA. Marcaret M to Chaa A Walden $1 eot enanta (Eli A Otia ata Be) 3 So MB It tl blk Fairrlcv Hts-XEW TORK IJFE INS A TR Co to Chaa O Glorer alJJLW covenant (S of Maaa ate. E of Cd at nt.) 1 Sq 3 eaat H It a-PAIRO. Rkh"d T. et nx Hele Vf to Wm M Johnson et nx Mary F 310 (113 (1 at nw! K bq K It 1U-SHISS. Ceo C tr to Tnoa O'Connor rt nx Marj J Joint tenant 31,030 (tit Callan at ne) ? Sq 3061 It 13 Wk 1 TThitneT Clone-SIIAPIRO, Him'l rt nx Fannia to Bettia Leoma Dlcainaon 310 Unit ti.:oo (Irtinc A Warder U ml 3S Sq t9T It 33 to 3S-SMITI1SOX. Chaa T rt ux Alice J to Chaa G Smithton 33.(03 (AUer bet G A n. (4 A Kh .tl nw) 30 St t north I on It a-TATLOIt. J An tns i Wm II Sannderi tra to Chaa A Kdzwin S3J00 (tl Cth at nw) bq 33M It 130 Ji l 3nS It 31 Chltlim Cattle lit. -THK WA8H-N LAND A rO CO to A L Smith SJ.no. cot anta 63 (Milmanon at bet North Cap A lit ata nw A S of Kenned? it. E of North Can ne) Sq 10M t ore It 1 A north ct ore It 13-WILSOX. Edwin I. ct nx Ettle W, Jno I, Smith et nx Caribrl C A Rob't M Rich arda aorr ear to Dwiffat Anderaon SM (Uth bet A A B ata ne) 33 Salt to Test Coal Tax Larr. Harrisburg. Pa.. Jan. H Suit to test the constitutionality of the anthracite coal tax law was begun here today by the People's Coal Company, of Scranton. It Is charged that the tax Is confiscatory. By NATHAHIEL C. FOWLER jou stops his work to receive him courteously, while the others keep at work, a good impression is in ewtable. If, on the other hand, all of jou are chattine. smoking, gum chewing, and neglecting your work, the customer cannot aoid feeling that he will .not receive from that office, or from that store, the atten tion to which he is entitled, and he may move on to the next. The office, and the store, arc not places for social intercourse, but for business. I don't mean by this that jou haven't a right to pass the time of day with your fellows, or to make a pleasant remark, or cen to dis cuss current topics; but jou should attend to business first, and never allow personal -matters to interfere with jour duty. The air of attending to business produces the atmosphere of profit. Loafing during business hours is prima facie evidence that cither the business jou are in is not success ful or that jou are not faithful to jour cmplojer. You can keep busy, een when there appears to be noth ing to do. The trade and business papers are at jour command. The books can be re-inspected, the stock can be re-arranged, and there are a hundred and one little things which don't hae to be done, but which J can be done to advantage. The busy clerk, who keeps busy, and. without being told, finds work to do when the others are idle, will sooner or later be promoted. The loafer neer succeeds, and seldom retains a position. The era plojee who stops work at every op portunity, and hunts for an excuse to do so, docs not get anywhere and never stays anywhere. See Next' Sandav's HeraM EDEk KftHXt. FEDERAL AGENTS CHARGE REBATING Railroad and Packing Officials Under Investigation by Grand Jury in Chicago. Chicago, Jan. Ji A grand Jury Inquiry planning wholesale Indictments of high officials of Swift & Co., meat packers, heads -of half a dozen railroad organiza tions, and a number of big corporations and their officers under the criminal statutes of the antl-re bating laws was begun by the government today here. Government agents headed by E. E. Gann, of Washington, it Is declared. hae unearthed damaging evidence that will result In Indictments. Rebating that will total nearlv 3X0,000 has been discovered, It Is understood. Through the alleged rebates from the Ann Arbor Railroad, Swift & Co.. Is al leged to have profited to the extent t C0.000 on shipments from Chicago to Michigan points. This was accomplished, It Is declared, by obtaining carload rates when small miscellaneous shipments were made and distributed at many little towns along Die route. The Pennsylvania Railroad and Its of flcials. It is declared, have rebated to the Merrltt Co.. In Chicago, for the last ten years by making old and outlawed bills In switching charges stand as cur rent bills In support of refunds. These rebates. It Is said, may total 3,000. HT WANT, ALTHOUGH WEALTHY. WlnurliaBo Indiana NnnVrlnar, C not Get Money from Treasury, Suffering for the necessities of life, al though wealthy, 1,163 Winnebago Indians on the Federal reservation in Wisconsin will hae to live without government aid because of a peculiar construction of a Federal law. Their pitiful condition led Secretary of the Interior Lane to ask that 110,000 of SSIT.TIXCI held In the Treasury to their credit to be used to administer their af fairs and supply them with the Immedi ate necealstles of life. Comptroller of the Treasury Douey yesterday ruled that this sum could not be used. Secretary Lane probably will ask Congress for authority to change the present law. HERALD WANT ADS. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMAN OR MANUFACTURER'S aaent To represent us in exclusive territory sellins Tungsten Electric Motor Cjcie lliau'ignt and Auto specialties to jobbers and dealem Address M. S. KEN DALL CO, 1203 Majestic Uldg.. Detroit. Mich. HELP WANTED. HALE. UOTirE SCHOOL POSITIONS ALWAYS oren at big ware, day and night claiaes; key board and mechanical conre: finale and multlplo deck nachinea. Rare orrortnnitr to Ct youraelf for rncratlte rroteuton. COLUMBIA MMJTXrO SCHOOL. CM (1 at. nw. Waahirxton. D. O. WASHINGTON RAILWAY MAIL clerk examinations February ZL. sample question free. FRANKLIN INSTI TUTE, uept. K J. Rochester, N. Y. MEN TO LEARN LINOTYPE; tuition, $100; easy installments; day and nielit classes; competency Riiaraniecd. WASHINGTON LINOTYPE SCHOOL, 901 Eye St. N. V. Phone M. 3319. BOYS OVER IS AND TOUNO MEN WITH WHEELS CAN EARN JI UP PER DAY. WESTERN UNION TELE GRAPH CO, UTH AND F STS. FEMALE. CHAMRERMAID AND WAITRESS. Ap ply to ira 13th st. nw. uooa city reter ences required: stay nights. WALL PAPEE. PRAITICAI, I'AI'CaillNniMI. ALL THE lateat dealzna in rarer: nlimatea siren : aatlaractkn guaranteed. Callawir Eroa. SCD 20th nw. TeLW. SO. ItOOlIS P.U'EIIM), E AM B. TAIXTINa. L New iprins dralrna now readr. a B. THOMPSON & CO., S3) llth at. nw. rnona Col. STJ. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS. C emir. 7Secrion-for Full Para JANUARY ' 2SY l&f? HERALD WANT ADS. FOR SALE FABMS. 260 Acres , Fertile, high, rolling, watered loam; nine miles out on Baltimore boule vard; land it worth from $75 to $200 per acre; three large orchards of, about 2,000 trees and valuable crops; $5,000 wo:Ji of most excellent farm equip ment and splendid overseer." Very good 8-room home and elegant farm buildings; soil will bring 14 bbls. corn per acre; fruit worth $liOOO yearly; asparagus worth $1,000 yearly; mile and quarter to trolley and steam roads; $20,000 for all; third or more cash; balance on long terms. GEO. C. WALKER Knou Bldf. llth and G Stx. N. W. F011 SALE HOUSES. FOR 8ALE ATLANTIC CITY. NEW Jersey: beautiful prl ate home on most exclusive residential avenue In resort: fourteen large rooms, two baths, hand somely furnished, all modern Improve ments, nrst-class condition throughout: centrally located: less than one block from Boardwalk; sire of lot. (5xl3S, fac ing on two streets. For particulars ap ply to Mrs. GEORGE BEERS. 13S States ave. Atlantic City. N. J. FOE BENT HOUSES. FOR RENT TO A GOOD COLORED party. US T st. nw.. 9 rooms and bath, hot-water heat: only $33 a month. Apply to JAMES T. BURN, 1101 E St. ne. Phone Lincoln 3. FOR SENT FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT FURNISHED. TO GEN- tleman, large front alcove room. Private family. Hot water heat, phone. 13 Kenyon st, FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON second floor: all modern con enlences. w 'Georgia ave. n w. FOR SALE OR RENT. REAL USTATeS. QET OUR SALES AND RENT LISTS. I JU1UI F. DONOHOE & SONS. III Pa. Ave. 8 EL PERSONALS. WORKINGMEN-SUCH A THING SEL- dom or neer happens that there Is nothing to suit the critical bujer We have full dress suits. Tuxedo, fur-lined and plain overcoats. In new or slightly. useo at casn saving ngures: one price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 10 D. JfOTICEi rami Tickets Cashed. Second hand Diamonds and Jewelry boughL Login AHiksms, 815 O. opp. Pat. Offlcw. MIGC r AIW1A.,"CUm.NUAJD8CALP YllOO lir TREATMENT. Tls fth St aw Apartment L, Open cienfaigs. Pboa. slain TUa, MISS 'WELLS AND ASSISTANT. Uanlesrtsg and train treatment, tloara, u L f X. I. Ata. M boot treat AUTOMOBILES. Fan hire. FIVE-PASSENOER AUTO. JX0O per hour. Cars Heated. ATJTO HIRE CO.. Linen SSS. fOB, UlBK-e-r-assroger. CM; I passenger. CH per hour. Powhatan Hotel, llth A fa Main OOf. LTV 12 1TOBACK. LIVE STORAGE FOR LARGE COM. marclal trucks. HO to Sib cer month: touring cars to per month. W th at. se. BIRDS AND PETS. WnXCDTO BIRD AND PET STORE. AUAxUA Canarlea. parrots, dogs cats, rabbits, gomes, pigs. XX llth at. nw, Phoc CoL Its. af.tae Dakft jf the Van Laais. - t HERALD WANT ADS. TRUSTEES SALE. TBuamrs sale of the valuable hotel property known aa The ineiSiny Inn" st Coahtn, Rockbridge County, Thrinia. Br rbtne of certain deed ef troet from tn. AUefAartT Imtrorement Company. Incorporated, dated Joly H. !:. and dob; recorded la deed book 110 at pate ID et MO. of tha Land Seoordi of Keckbrldf Corratr. Stat ef Vrrrlnla. and at tia reqoeat of tb. partlaa aeenred thereto;, default hat lnstieen made In tb. payment cf certain of tie bonda aeenred hf laid deed of true th. nnder alfsed troate win tail at pablle anctlon. on to PnnUaet, at Goaben. Rocibrtdje Comity, la th. Stat, ef Virxlnla. all the property cranted to tb. aild traate. by tb. rrorlalona cf aald deed of traat, tb. aam. beta all tb. real eitat. holdlnn of tb. aid Alleghany ImprorenKnt Company. Ineorpcratad. ronaiatlra; of on. hundred and rwentx-foor acres of land, mar. cr leaa. and all tb. pencna uvtiqty of tb. aald corporation, mora rartlcnlajly dtseribed at fnmltnre, fixtures, hooaeaeeptnc supplies, china and flaaa. hnene. anrerware, ofnoa suppttea. storeroom auFPUea, winea and Dquore, daaia, and all and utnlar tb. contents of tb. hotel bolldlnz on aald Premiere, all wagons, anrreya. hortef, mnlea and He. stock of every deaerlption, barneaa. plows, c. on SATCHDAT. February H. 17M, at 11 m. Tb. unrrceements conatat of a modem tbree-atory hotel buildina: at ninety-two alecping room, and twenty-three bathnema, known as Tna AHegnany Inn? one fram. stable, garag. engine bouse, lass dry, lot bocae, summer nouaea, swimming pooL water tower, tank. Ac, ad In gnod repair. Terma of sal.: Twenty-flr. per cent cf tb. purcbata pric. la caan.4nd tb. balance 3 per cent crery atx montba. for which tb. note, or cbllgationa of tb. porcbaarr, bearing Interest at tb. rat. of ( per cent per annum from tb. data cf tale, may he taken, tb. aam. to ba aeenred by a deed cf trust on tb. prop erty sold, as required by terms cf said deed cf trust: or all casb. at the option cf tb. purchaser. A deposit cf flee thousand dollars 03.000) wl3 b. required at tb. time of sale. All eonreyandng and recorujng ww o. at u. cost or tb. porcnaaer. terma to b. complied with within fifteen dara from th. data of aale, tb. trustee naming the rigbt to resell at tb risk and coat of tb. defaulting purchaser after ten daya adrertbemrut of th. mala In tie Bock bridaw Ccunty News, a weekly newspaper, pnbuabd in uoexonag. uounty. Brat cf Virginia. For further Information addreea tb. undersigned. NATIONAL SAVINGS A.MrTRCSTCOMPANT. By FRANK STEISOS. Trust 02eer. Trust. Address Fifte-nth street sod Sew Totk amna northwest. tVsthlnfton, D. C. aea.a.ll.tz.lIJSJ.-jalJJ.U.U3jefet.T U.H FLOOR OH. C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-ETLliNG FLOOR OIL CONTAINS OLEUM AND WAX Keeps tb. JVjora clean aad brizbt and girea tbem a rtfaAed CnUi. Good for loar Furniture. Try It! Office. US I'esmn. tie. V. W. Telephone Main S5S BEWARE OF IMITATIONS LOANS. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE and Others rmem fhffte' nm n.im. cheap, rates, easy payments, confidential. WEILS K- CO. Room FS S3 tith fit. nw PIANO TUNING. PIANO TUMSO. JL: WOES OOARANTEED; SB years" cxpcrlenc In repair work. T. SOLVER. BOM. 11 North Carolina An. a. Ua. 3B9L MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN. MONEY '-O LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In small and larre sums. All transac tions conducted with economical consid eration for borrowers. WM. II. SAUN DERS & CO.. Southern Bide.. SOT ISth St. MCNBT TO LOAN on appt.iTed city real estate at lowest current rates: special rrlvlleires with respect to prior mjrnents. Tyler Rutherford. Ine 7tn isth St. CLOCK REPAIRING. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING. Called for and delivered anywhere. M. B. KORMAN. the Washlnaton expert. WH8t.ni Phnne Lincoln rffo. PALMISTRY. MADAM FREEDA Palmist and Card Reader. 1713 fth st nw Restores lo.e. iches luck, and reunites the separated. 25 cents. Open Sunda. MOVING, PACKING, STORING. 1REK 10 VINO FUR STOltAGE-Call N UU tor eUltnatea. a aeparste rooms. SMITH'S TRAN3- rts A STOBAOE CO.. tl 8 St. Night TeL X. 691 WINDOW SHADES & SCREENS. ComrirebtcalT aBsortmrcU in stock tod made to enScr ihadn, aseeci. aad !oori. Prica alwaja rtm acnabla. Eatisfaclkm rrantcl JKIeeMatfs "&" MATTRESS MAKING. HAVE joar mattrciMt rtaoTatrt at a rtUabl aad losf-estabUalwd plice. GUdly famUh eaUaata-. Capital Bed Co.. XS1 7th at. North UL 1, , . ?" 1 HERALD WANT ADS. TRUSTEES' SALES. TRUSTEES' SALE. Arlkgtei Hetel Slit, Froatiag Vemomt Ayeaue, H ud I Streets N. W. CoBtiiaUB Apprvx iaater 58,391 Square Feet, at PUBUC AUCTION, TnnrfJawf Jtanij Tweaty-Riatk, at 11 o'CIock A. M. Thomas J. Orrea Jt. som Aaetloaeers. 7 JttS?.'i ?,?1?J??r,.,' n"t tea Ad just Jf.Jlz, and .duly reccrded in Liber o 3M. '?'-? l.- 5 ? Uni records of th. Uiarrfel St Co!2m.tiji 'y1.1 " 'equest of th. raity secured by said deed of trust and party to a certain sgree-ES'-lii" Arlington Hotel Company, dated Au l'S."!1!.1!1 "corded on tb. asm. day In IJber i2?"lStl.i-ola- jnnlersLped trusters will !ri!j,.tP,bBe aucUon in front ofth. rremlsea on THDKSbAlt. li. twenty ninth day of Einary! A. l. int. at 11 o'clock a. ra, th. (oflo.ter oVicriced VSjSl3VSXS:"t,A,i?'i"' " Wablngtoo. 5inl,tJ5 Columbia, and designated aa and brtrg Syn&rSJST AII-.5SS IS: oSSeTaw'- " 'T iU- "" '" . A1J JtSztB't "ht "' hi said ajosr. two hundred act. contained within th. (cllowmg metes and bounds, ata.: Begtanlag lor tb. Mm. at tia oir'beaat corner of said lot. and running bene north twenty-eight (3) feet, cna-half (S) ..,.:... "TSV. .,2 eieien iiu. thenc. 75?.ntJLZZ?Jt?r. '-"TS. ?. t.entrirtt ttK to th poTot cf becmii.rf SfHSlS." S3. "SSS L?"' .:?. TEHMs: nsr- sur ti.- . ... be offered for sale aa a frhole. Of the - ----. -W, w nceraisg aeveai hundred thousand dollars (7oo,00O( or '. - ..tw.. mmj rrmaiai ss me proaerty, to be evldeaeed by the note or notes of the purchaser or parch... ;; sjw va r.neiore jamury 1. 11., TTlth laterewt art S per eemt from r or sale, payable aanl-aiannllT oa Jane 1 and December 1 of each year. nd secured by free and aaesmmbrrH Brat deed of trnat oa the properly sold. e balance of the parcbaae money to be paid la cash, ar the entire parcbaae price may be paid la eaab, at the op tion af Ih. ....-. . J a. ?2 cnb. bank draft, or eertlderl .- .mpisuic IO me Trnsieen nnn payable to their order, mill be required t the ttna nf ..1. f .. Ml .-j . day of sale. All eonveyaaelasr. record- Ibb- .... m am. a - .... v, urr;Nacr. ienai of aale to be compiled Tilth within 30 !'. Ttawsaaa .taw . AS .a a -- Blltra, ajlfslCTWtslfr IMP trnafers reaene the riht to resell the Hevstxitt an mr riu. .ma cvai oi lit defaaltlae parehaser. after lea dtTo ..-.-.. ...... s. , . h. . a .v.o.vu. aj. MUCH rarMala? alOWIW aeTrapaper or newspapers published In Washington. D. C. ALD1S B. BROWNE. 151S II St. N. W. FREDERICK E. CHAPIV, Hlbba nalldlnc. TRUSTEES. TRCSTEE3' SLE OF VALLA II LE UNISt ItotwI rnrerty. htinz three Jota. By itrtna of certain deed U traat dnly recwTJed fa Lttvr 35IT. folw OS et eq. of the land rerorda cf the District of Cohnncitj, and at the rqnm of the rarly se cured there tr, tb nndenfrned tnxsf-m will ae.1 at rvbbe anrTK oa the imnbei to the 3&TH IV OF JANU4KV. A. D CI, at 5 rk-k p. m.. th followine deaenbed land, ntnated in the County cf Washington. Dutrict of Oohnntia. and deatsnated at and being lot nnmhrred ooe (P. two C). ml three IJ), in block mimtertd ten OC. now known aa KTuare N. S9CtJ. in Consreta Iletshta aMin"im Nat of wbirti i dnly recorded in the office of the sarreror for the Dutrlct of Columbia, m county book 7 ro J?. Terma of oale to N ooe third caOi. llDce in one and tw jpv JOHN E. MELTON. CLKSIIAT B. IIILLIRD. Trnrteev jaWjaissjKjjg PUBUC STZN0GRAPHEH. MISS M. P. IIENAUL.T. PUBLIC stenoffrapher and copyist. Room 233, Woodward Building Phone If K3 SEWING .MACHINES. $60 DROr HtLW SINGER fine condition and com plete. S15. Repainnf, Tictorfal Review patterns. R K. HRR1S5. a Uth it. Thone N. UK. WINDOW CLEANING. PHONE M. T19 TO HAVE TOOK WINDOWS elean-d. Acme Window Cleaainc Co.. XI Q nw. TYPEWRITING MULTIGRAPHING Beat of Work Reasonable Ratri. 1VI II st. nw Phono M 1ST. 3 J '.MnBiA- WBB&&&!3a&&2ate& &&&8o&i r4t.ti&L"- - rssir'