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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1914.
II
VIRGINIA PLANNING
TO HAVE FAST TEAM
f
Prospects of Winning Combination
Next Spring for Charlottesville Uni
versity Are Brightest in History.
YOU'LL SOON BE ABLE TO USE YOUR DO0 HOUSE FOR A GARlAGE.-B, Goldberg.
Copyright, 1014, by R. L. Goldberg.
" ' t tans c ikvatier -a. '
'
Charlottesville. Va.. Dec. 15. The an
nouncement of the baseball schedule by
Manager GMdings has set the Virginia
undergraduate tans to gossiping; regard
fine the outlook for the coming spring.
Prospects for a winning team look very
bright. Indeed, when it la considered that
only two better men of last year's squad
are lost by graduation Douglass NufT.
the hard-hitting shortstop, who is now
with the Nationals, and James, one of
the twirlers. who defeated Yale last sea
son, 8 to 3.
The members of last spring's varsity
team who will try for their positions
again this year are: Captain White, left
Held. Phillips, right field; Guy, center
feld; Word, Orst base; Paschall. second
base; Stickle)', third base; Green, eatca-
; Gammon and Galloway, pitchers;
Smith, utility.
With this nucleus to build from'snd
with the addition of some of the new
candidates, -V strong team should be
turned out and one that should give a
good account of itself. Other players on
Isst year's squad who v. ill fight hard
for regular berths the coming season
are: Flannagan, the former fcfferson
School star, who twirled such an excel
lent game against Cornell last April;
Krey. a backstop from Hampden-Sldney;
Gwathmcy and McCall, Luck and Evans,
who were ineligible last year, are also
likely candidates for jobs. Luck, who
came from Vanderbllt, will try for the
ixwltton made vacant by the departure
of Neff. He is rated as very fast.
Among the new men who showed up
well in fall practice are: Bowers, a
likely first baseman. Field, a southpaw
of note; Pidgeon, a first packer, and
Drummond, a promising slabbist. There
are said To be other good men in college
who failed to report for fall practice.
JUAREZ RESULTS.
FIRST BACE-Fixe and .t lialf fnrlonr'- Arurca,
10e (afottl. 12 to I. 5 to 1. - to 1. won; But jn-l.
103 (Martin t. 2 to 1. erf o , hcodiI; Bad kfroffjata,
106 (Breach.. 6 to 5. third. Time. .:. Brawar,
J Nolan, lanki. Yircinia So. Era adwick, Ooaaa.
Rocadalr. Vaafeoam, Iwtlroj. La Cadota. Ama
txent, and lec-t rowan also ran.
SECOND KACk-Ftre furlooca. Carrie On.
M7 (Carroll). 2 to I, mn, 3 to ;. n , Mi FatUitr,
108 (McCahri. etiij, 3 to 5. wrond : Helen Itay
btpnld. KB Martin). cVCB, tliirrl. Tirrr. 0:3)3-5.
Dad .Uric. Hc. Frukcadalr, Obutua, and Nobto-
luan alao ran.
THIRD LUCE-Fin: and a half hiriorcs-Orimar
- I- d. XS (F?eny. 5 to 2. 7 to . 2 lo 5. won; KosTp,
KB (McGraw), 7 to 1. 3 to 1, arennd ; John Munr,
MB (Bier), eves, third. Time. ll-5 Efcie Green.
Doll Boy, Dr. Keufer, Andrew O Day, Juds
Uheena, Am.oha.hf and Kenneth ilo ran.
FOCBTH BACE-Fire and a half fuilonja. Joe
Blair, 102 (Aetn. 4 tc 1. even, out. wraa; Graver
Hughea, 112 KJcutrM. I to 5. out, set-ond : iiTjmf
Love, 110 'Small', out, third. Time. 1:05. Fathom
and Blarney alao ran.
FIFTH ItACE Seven furlnnjt-. Hich Street. 106
((.reenl. 7 to 2. to 5. 1 lo 2. won: Delaneir, 110
to . i i won: wisaw. us. Christmas morning.
t; SS1! sirTL,. rty T- the Arm has under-
(Kjce).. even. 2 to
to i, third. Time
Conrad, Nttaaker, Frazzle, and Lady London alMj
am,
SIXTH BACE Mile Gen. Marchmont. HO
CiYNiinai, f to 5, 3 to S, out, wen; rlorln, K (Mott),
7 to 10. out. eeeond; Weyannke. Ill (Matthews-,
tut, third. Time. 1315. oladaj, jr. and Gor
dt Kutatll alao ran.
JUAKEZ ENTRIES.
FIRST RAi"E-fielliag: thrr jearolils nd up
ward: fire and une-half furlong. Rose Ring, 98;
'Dusky Ie. S; -Emm. KB: Parcel Post. 1(0:
Native Son. 1SS: fcani Coooor, MS; Charles J. Har
.. IIS: Bat llaat.iT.Tii. 10S: Amiu . US. Kid Nel
son, MS; La Caaadura. 11. Arurea. 1S8; Faraell
Girl MS: Auto ciir! 110: Compton. 111.
IX'ONl RACE ScUias; thrwr-vear oldt and uiv
ward; one n,i'e- Caro Nonae. S3; "Zuikano. NO.
'fcu.t.1 Wadca. :S0; 'I'lijluttina. 10r: "Lady Inno
cence. 105. T.-lla. 100; Qu:ca Tnp. ICC; Ban Hingo.
I'M; Dunn, MS; Fits- star. 105; Date MonujiinM-rv.
103; Kuril Dale. 10j. Ltiold, 105. urutiu. 106;
Tahoe, :C
THIRD RACB-Sellint: two-year-olda; 8t and
one-halt furlonsa. Vallalia. 1CS: Ben a Broth, r.
lt.2: al'iacowa. 105; Tpe. lag. Came Ormc. 108,
Biltr Joe US
FOURTH ItACE-Sellint: tlire-tarM)lda and up
ward: fire and one-batf fnraoo. "Wood Dove,
110. Tneodoriu. ISO: Mater. K-. Ada Anne. VA:
tl.ai-le. M6. Cl.anntiw-. 10j. llri, 1.1. Bulgie. US.
FIFTH RACaV-aVllina;; thiee jtar-olds and 1
aard: 6t and one half furlotura. "Auntie CavL W:
Marty I,u. SS. 'Auto Maid. 103: Bis Lianas.. 10J.
Haael h.. KX; Pied Drew. 103. California Jack.
1"6: Briton. 108: Kobby, If; Lone Htar, 1W; An
i.ial Interest. 108; ( uiiaiutht. lus: Lifilit Kniabt.
IS : Cak-iutn. Ill: Tight Boy. Ill
IXTH RACE-s.lhng; three jear-olda and un
r.ard Themaa Hare. M: Hard Ball. M; Dryad.
St; The llader. 100; 'Waveans. 103 -niigh Street,
MB; Braalo, 105; Bla.k Mate. 10s; Nannie McDee.
1M.
Arnrentice allovar.c? claimed
CHARLESTON RESULTS.
PIKST E.CE Sellii.2: fonr rrar-olda nd up
rj, nix furlongs. Amtiinis. IW (Corey). 4 to 1.
6 to 5 to 6. -ran; Priwnr, WS (Shelling). ! to I
4 to 5. 2 to 5. rt-n.1 : l'at GanooD, 113 (Oonnoni).
' 10 to 1. 4 to 1. 'i to 1. tlnnl Time. I J7. IdW-wrn.
JraqniD, Torddling. Travtl Light, Loon Shark.
Ii.ffrno Q-ictn, Lord Mjn'.iall. Muisant. I'tain Ann.
i -It thiur.pijii and J IJ Birr alM ran.
5BCOKD ItACE TycMHilan; and one
hnlf fnTlonr1. Dr r.inwn. 113 (LilM. T to 2.
even. t to 2D. woo; VaUt, 10" (Shilltns). 3 to 1.
m-n, 1 to 5, tcond: Boxer. 118 (NicUaii. eron,
2 l-y J. nut. third Time. Idt, Ann lEoae, Harle
num. ' 1-i Gnat Girl. Chance and Col. Tom Green
aim ran
THIItO RACE Selling; three-year-okla and np
vard; hi Itarlongt. Ynzliec, 111 (Pool'. 7 to S.
II to V. out. mon: Hig Dipper, Iff (Turner). Z
to 1. 11 to 39. cut. second. Coy. 113 (Hanover.
: to S. eren. 2 to 5 third. Time. 1:14 1-6. Frank
Hudson., York Lad and hartirr alao ran.
rOL'RTH RACK-Celling, tbrec-jcnr-olda; mile
Pujhy Head ;06 (Pool). to U. 2 to 5, out. won;
Saab, 105 (Lilly). 4 to 1. S to . 7 to 10. Beeond;
IvOdar. 99 (Mnny). 7 to 1. 5 to 2 eren. third.
1 ime. 1 :4c. Salvor. Balfron. Baynrrrv Candle ind
Mr. Mars alio ran
KIFTI1 RACE Selling; three year-oW . and up
ward; tix turloc-.c T nl. Green. 107 (Djgeytr).
IS to 6, 7 tc 5. T to 10. out; Baeumnnt Belie. 10t
rSanyth). 5 to 1, to 1. even, second; Ford Mat
3W (Mi.rphT,. 5 to 1. 2 to i, even, third. Tlma,
ft Minria. Ajax. Galaxy, alordecai. Font. Batwa.
S entor. llearthstonie, Quickailver and Dr. Dough
erty J',, ran. ,
SIXTH R A CB-S riling; three-year-olda and nn
trd ; mile and eTenty yarda. Coppcrtown. 10a
(Murphy). 5 to 1. 3 to 1. even, won; Pittj Regan,
(ureyer. to 1. T to 1. even, econd: Marmhon,
M fTurner). -5 to 1, ctrti. 1 to 2, third. Tlmn.
j (5 : 3 Wander. Mister Jim Milton B . Armor.
' Keoo. Col Hoiicvay and Banjo Jim also ran.
Bctky Lad fell
CHABLESTON ENTBIES.
TIR5T KACE-Purw. tM; thm- Taar-oMa and
itward: sailing: an furlont. l.Dt,tier. tM- Elae
h. IDS: Sisactoo. SI; Ethtlboni II. 1 Csoafar
'if: Billy Smart, ltt; Ortrx. IB; Jfaaia Louiaa
1(S; 8uirt. Ut: Inspect. Lastrada. lit; Sir Fret
ful. 114; Col Brown, !U; Wolt a Bath lit Kim
Radfortf. 114: bir MaHfu. IIT
bEmxl) RACE-Pnrtr. J3JS: thra-TraMlds and
trpwanl: arninff: srr fitrlonas Ktrrcaca. 1; Ada
Kcnofdr. 1: Tranainrmatinn. MS; Bttly CoHias.
1: rrrston Lynn. 1M); Daararaar. 112: Knlght
r Oaoaa. II: Botiomio. LI; -Frtd Lt. Ill; Spohn,
ltt; Criaco. 114: Vcneta Stroma. lll;AatrotcaBar
-; Tfrt L?4. 1H: Ben U)al. 117.
THIRD RACE Pnra. CO, an am: arflini.
I diidicap: fiw furlongs. Vilry. K; Sgoeelrr, IBS:
Dltar I'atit. 1C I'ndauntrtl. 107; Anron. MB; Tcca.
rUai pj. n s It. IB: Sbrrwood, 11. '
hilt'RTR RACE Pnrar. SJW: an aara; handicap;
aaaj mil- ami aeaentj yards Tactica. 100; Ivan Gard
ner. 100: Cliff Kirk). lot: Cross Bun, MS; Polly
H . TSt: Working Lad. 103: Republican. IIS.
FIFTH RACK-Purs. OS): thre-yar-olda and
lipsaard: ariling: saa anile. Master Joa. SS: Toot.
101 Bbq Around, 111; Btars and Strinea. US:
Mocaler. itC. 'Louis Paul. 104; Bob B. XK;
'Frank Rndaoa. IST; Billi. Baker. MS. Pertb Rock.
V: Petri;-. "0
SIXTH BACE-Pnrae. KM. teuiinr ; thnc-yrar oMs
and upward: six furlong, marea and Erldlngs. 'Diok'a
Pet, Ml: Caaooek. IS4: Dakota. MS; Holton. IS);
Miaa Barn Harbor. 109: "QneerL 109; Xliaa Jean.
1S: Humiliation. US; "Coreotnu. MS; Gold Cap.
114; Martre. 114; l.nria. 114: Birth Stone, til.
afrneaansand. Ill- Parlor Boy. VS.
Alfarentlce aP.oaaca claimed
Cubs' Mascot Most Die.
Dec 11 Because the female of the
I is more deadlr than the male. Clara Mtdnm
tho brown haar maacot of the Chicago Cobs, moat
Has ass crown to giant tsuvaauoa aad is in
to break knee at thaw Hcwoe Caen wul
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CARS stfqOLb CARRX A MAGxiVrXlKiS SS
WARMTH AT YULETDOE
WILL BE GIVEN NEEDY
Sales & Co. Will Present 100 Warm
Overcoats to Youngsters Will
Carry Out Usual Custom.
In accordance with a long-established
custom, the firm of Saks & Co., Seventh
street and Pennsylvania avenue north
west, will distribute 100 brand new over
coats to needy boys of Washington on
iaH.n 11119 i "imi iiduit' um ai hm- ,iiii-i-
mastide season, bringing comfort and
happiness to the homes of many whose
holiday would be one of sadness and suf
fering otherwise.
Officials of the company will be on hand
at the store Christmas morning to receive
applicants for overcoats determine their
worthiness as objects of charity and see
that perfect fits are provided. It Is ex
pected that early In the morning, long
before opening hour, ragged, tattered,
destitute little fellows will wend their
way to the store to stand in line and
make sure of their one Christmas gift.
Close Game to Fairlawn.
The Fairlawn Basket hall team defeated the Fair
mont life m the Friendship Housa gymnaaium laat
night by a rare of 31 to 29. The game waa nip
and tuck from the whlMle. the playing of both
teams featuring For Fawmont. Eaeman played a
rllar game. Taylor and Dana excelled for Fair
la wn. The wore:
Fairlawn Fairmont.
Flood R. P Etonian
Taylor U F WilUama
Potzler Center Bdmr..lon
Allen R. Q Mevrra
Hinvfnod L. G Pfi-lier
Suhautiition-Hutcfajnaon for Hinnood. Daris for
Talor, Ellit far Allen. Kline for Edmonton. Goal
from floor Flood (3i, Taylor (it. Dana 0, Potzler
3i. All.-n. Hut.hin.-on. Eieman ( . William (4).
Khn. Meyera (H. Welier. Free toaea-Flood.
Meyera. Beferte Mr. Bowen, R. A. ". Tuner
Mr. Cornell, B. A. C. Hcorer-Mr. Bachman
Skater M'Lean Reinstated.
Chicago. Dec J5. Official uf the Weatern Skat
ing Association today oferruled the declaian of the
Internationa) let Skating Axeoriat.cn, which Satur
day declared Robert G. McLean, of thia city, bolder
of ee.eral national championahlpa. a profesaionaL
A committee aa appointed to invesysate Mc
1 .in' amateur etatua. Today's action wnl permit
McLean to participate in the Weatern champion
hip eTenta hem January 17 to 24 Charges against
McLean were that be bad performed for money in
a local cafe ,
Pitt-Fedi Mter Paskert.
Haitian!. Ohio, law 15. Rrbrl Oakea. maaafftr
rf the I'.f.-bjrali Federal Leaaue club, tried hard
tudaj to tn Uodse I'acxert. of the PhUllra, U
iiTB3. to the outlawa. and a tile result of hia
airiroenta I'arkert is likely to serve hia ten-day
nu-.ico upon to rhllliea. Paaksrt hai a contract
that calli for hia sTvicea ith rhiladSl!hia antil
1535. t at aa it contains the ten-day clauae. Paakert
aaya he ia free to ramp after he baa aerred the
neesaarr ten days.
"1 like lloran. ' aara Paakert, "but the Teds
Till sire me much mora than the 'billies arc
pajicj."
French scientists have found the spect
roscope a valuable and speedy Instru
ment for analysing mineral waters.
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LILTS LETTEB.
Br DOROTHY DOIGLA".
(CotSTifkt, 114 )
The first week of Lily's vacation had
been most disappointing She had not
met a single attractive man during her
seven days at Sea CUM and so dull did
it seem that she was thinking- seriously
of returning to the city. At home she at
least had the society of the boarders who
shared her mother's comfortable hoapl
tality.
However, on the eighth day of her vaca
tion I.ily saw a young man, the very sight
of whom sent a wave of color Into her
rheeks. Lily waa young.
"It la positively wicked to be so good
looking, she told herself, as she watched
the young man dive from the spring
board at the end of the pier. "Now, why
can't a man like that elect to stop at the
same hotel I do there would be a ghost of
a chance of becoming acquainted then.
Lily smiled ruefully. "No such luck tor
me." ahe added, and watched the uncou
sclous swimmer with admiring eyes.
When another day or two had passed
Lily began to give up hope. Certainly her
vacation was the dullest she had ever
spent her hard-earned salary on. There
seemed no one at the hotel or the beach
who appealed to her as a possible friend
aave tho young man whom she watched
daily at his morning swim.
She never admitted, even to herself,
that she had deliberately let fall the let
ter that ahe had received from her mother
that morning. However. Lily did drcp
the letter and walked swiftly on without
daring to look back to ascertain Just who
had picked It up.
Fortunately it waa the wickedly hand
some young man who saw the letter fell,
and It was he who picked it up. He did
not run after the fast vanishing figure of
Lily in order to restore the property. In
stead, with masculine Intrigue working,
he took careful note of the name on the
envelope and also the address of the
sender which was written In the upper
corner.
When he had put both name and ad
dress In his note for further reference.
Jack Bassington enclosed the letter in
another envelope and sent It to Lily
Brayton at the Sea Cliff address.
If the girl was disappointed that hr
letter was returned by mail rather than
bv male she did not chow it. Someh
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her vacation was nearing an end. so It
mattered little now whether she met
new acquaintance or not. She sighed
wistfully, and when LilyaaMged it waa a
more or less serious eraanlon that had
moved her, for she aa not prone to
moping.
During the last two days of her va
cation she watched In vain for him who
had excited ker heart-beats to so alarm
ing an extenT That he had left the re
sort seemed a most doleful fact. Lily
rejoiced that she would not be remain
malnlng in the place that had been
robbed of his presence.
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In the meantime Jack Baaslngton's va
cation had come to an end and he had I
returned lo the city.
Being without a family and home in
the city Itself he waa free to live where
fancy and pocketbook dictated. He went
directly from the station-to the address
he had seen In the corner of the en
velope addressed to Lily Brayton. He
felt reasonably certain that he could find
a boarding house near that address and
perhaps, some wild chance would throw
her across his nath during th. winter
months. It would do no harm to Uve
near to her home since he would at
least see her from time to time If only
In passing. Basslngton's chin suggested
that he went straight for the things he
most desired In life. Lily Brayton. un
known to heraelf, had been the recipient
of many longing glances from young Bas
slngton's blue eyes.
WhSri he caught sight of the brown
stone front house that bore the num-
ber he had put carefully down In la
uetirbr,TeldIvBM',,r0n Whi,t"d "ft,y ""'
ueitgr,tedi.
Just under the nimber a small brass
plate Inform-d passersby that there
were vacant apartments within.
Basington bounded up the steps, two
at a time, with his heavy suit case and '
rang the bell The maid who answered ,
his ring led him Into the little ofllce and
there he made arrangements to occupy '
tne daintily furnirhed room on ihe third
floor.
Mrs. Brayton smiled when Bassington
went lip the stairs. She did not know
why she had taken in a stranger with
out any kind of reference, but ahe realis
ed that her new boarder was the kind
of man whom one Instinctively trusts.
She hoped Lily too. would have the same
feeling regarding him.
When Lily returned two days later Mrs.
Brayton sighed. Her daughter's eyes
were shadowed and her smile seemed
less frequent than of yore.
"Perhaps our new border will cheer
her up," the fond mother r-asoned "The
sight of his good-looking face ia sufficient
to chase smiles into any girl's lips."
Mrs. Brayton was not nreoared. how
ever, for the vivid rush of color Into
Liiyi cheeks when at the dinner table
Mr. Bassington was Introduced tr. her
The girl stammered a greeting and sat
swiitiy aown to eover her embarrasa
ment She hoped that no one had wlt
nssed her stsrt of surprise and the an
noying coir that had flamed into her
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Bassington was even more nervoua
wartjly. but outwardly bo was coolness
luelf. It was not often that he was so
completely mastered by a 1W's person
ality. His dinner was eaten mechani
cally, while all the time he listened to
every word that fell from the lips of tally
Brayton. 8hc having recovered herself,
realised that great good luck had pre
sented Itself to her and she waa happy
accordingly. She laughed and Joked and
waa the Lily that her mother had sighed
for. There waa no shadow In her eyes
now and Mrs. Brayton rejoiced.
It was not until after dinner and the
7Usts went up on the roof with steamt-r
chairs and rugs to enjoy a starry sKj
that Bassington confessed. He and LUr
found themselves separated slightly from
the group that was tlngine nerro metio-
dles to the accompaniment of the ham...
and Baaslngton sent a level glance strlgiit
Into Lily's shining eyes.
"I had watched you every day." he sasd
softly, "and wanted to know you more
than anything In the world. I aaket) on -ery
one I knew In Sea C1IH If they were
acquainted with a wonder girl, whos
hair waa like apun void and her eyes like
sapphires, but no one could help me out.
Convention Is a dreadful bore at times.
Isn't It?" he questioned, and waited tor
LJIt s answer.
"Tou seem to have managed even con
ventionally," she laughed.
"I wouldn't hare." Bassinrton said,
thoughtfully. "If you hadn't dropped that
letter. I kind of hoped that you'1
"I sun a perfectly conventional person."
Lily Informed him. with a subtle glance
from beneath her lashes.
DIPLOMAT DENIES PLOT.
Baron vo Sehalek Says He Did Not
7 Ship's Sappllre.
San Francisco, Dec 13. Federal au
thorities announced today that the man
wno purchased 1150,00 worth of sup
plies for the mysterious steamer Olsen
Mahoney, supposed to have been In
tended for Germany's Pacific fleet, .was
Baron von Schalck. the local German
consul.
Baron von Schalck, when told of the
charge, denied emphatically any con
nection with the purchase of supplies
for the Olsen Mahoney or that he knaw
anything of the vessel's mission.
C0TJBT TO TRY SPIES OPEN.
Gr
Tell. f Tryaaug to Cast.
sanleate with Foe.
Douglas. England, Dec. II A military
court opened hers today to try prisoners
of war who are charged with various
offenses. Otto Luxe pleaded guilty to th
charge of attempting to communicate
with the enemy, by writing to a perron in
Wurtemberg with Invisible ink, asking for
Information about the war.
Another prisoner named Bausch was
charged with trying to gtlr op disaffec
tion In the camp
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cwlaah.'fa'desd 1 THE WASHINGTON HERALD adktSt,
LOST.
LOST. HKTBEEN CONNETICl'T
avenue and M street and Tenth and F
street, a gold Waltham watch, with a
' rob; case marked in a diamond heart and
'he name Myra. Reward if returned to
' Rho '''"d avenue.
LOST-AIREDAI.E TERRIER, SEVEN
months old. brown and black: anawers
to nameyBob Reward If returned to 1440
Massa-hweits avu.je aw.
HELP WANTED &ALE.
WHITE HOYS WITH MOTORCYCLES;
or bicycles; good pay to right party, j
J12 14th st. nw.. I
crrrr a TTA WC TJ7 s ISTV Tt
OlIUAHOflb WAHTaaJJ.
FAMILY V, ASHDH, AT REAJJONABLS-
prices. Ask for price list. THE
TOLMAN LAl'NDKY. Man S1
HELP WAJTTED FEJlLALE
STKNOGRAPHERS WITH AT LEAST 4
years' experience. II" a week to begin
with and good hours. Addreaa Boa.
Herald office
W.ANTED MISCEHaAJTCOUS.
OOSVFJtT Vol It KIltMTI KK AXD KKATMKB
UH -mo cut MH IKE TiKAL IXEKITCBX
io.. Kie .-. nw. si jg
' S?
DOGS. BD1DS, PETS.
ji-st RPrtiVKh Pim Ta-yr attaorvn
canar.es. parrots, dogs of several kinds.
goats, Shetland ponies, and Mexk in bur
ros. SOHMID'S HIKD STORE. TU l-'th i
FOB SALE FUBNITUBE.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE. NEW AND':
slightly used: easy terms Save money .
Buv at HOI'WOOD lh and K.
MOVING. PACKING AND ST0BLNG
. . . .
ntKb M(.vim; wit -Tin: v.K -iwi . 4Si3 for '
r-timatw. a issuf.1." nnr.s. MIT11 S THAN--
F;r a stih i.: i ii "i: - . s-nt TaH. x. ctk.
FOB BENT APABTMENTS.
4 AND 413 P ST S TWDF.tMU.t
hon-.. anuaJ floor S room and lath, hot water
heat; motiiin: on!. iZ.
tv r NA-ii :r v
FOB CHBISTMAS.
USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Vaciiuxn i'Lanr-v i
WtuMng M-H-tin
Vfl rfi
Klrrtnr ltt
All Horn l.alnr a'i-
f HI
NATIONAL SAL
ES CO.,
Ph. Mtlai.
WANTED MONEY.
WANTED MAX WITH r.ono TO TAKE
half Interest in subuiban proposition.
HQX in. Herald office.
AUCTION SALE.
An nananal attractive auction aale on
TksBHalav ewe. - a(v . , , a .. 1 1 .
eua was f rnTIII ws- w- Js, , law-as. a SB es u pt
at 141 a. an. STlthla ear salesroom, -or.ee
Mb and D Sta . . l.mrme arlrt of
holiday good. ich deaka, dreanlac;
table, lirne ruit, plrtiirra, mirror,
and a boat 50 pair pi of portlerea ; id
conch rovrra, and lot f lace cnrtalna
from lOFll hnal Itt-esaaea a. nil Iritii liorl.
parloi plecea. lame coffee urfi, canb
rcicler, larse roil-mp dcak, andlrona.
faery rocker., Morrt. chair, one larae
mahogany beSreMsm suite, and a lot of
other netrful articles all to be aold to
the hlachret bidder; an uareatrlt'tlve
aale by order of nunrr
D. MOTES.
Awetloaeer.
SPEAIGHT GIVES "MICAWBER.
Dlekema Herlt.l Plra.r. Andlenre
at Belaaeo Theater.
"Micawber" was the subject of th
third Dickens recital siven yesterday
aucniuvn at tne tseiasco llieaiir "
Frank Spealght. famous as an interpreter
of tne cnaracter of the INt-kena novels.
It was a delightful experience to laugh
over his creations of the eccentric Mi
cawber. David Copprrtleld. and the
"villlan" Uriah Heep. The Micawber ot
Frank Spealght held the attention of
his audience with quiet amusement
There was evident a delightful appre
elation ot the recital that could mat-
real people of Micawber, David Copper- I
held. Uriah Heep and other characters
pt the story. The most Interesting in
cident seemed to be Mlcawbcr's great t
denunciation of Uriah Heep, brimful of I
refreshing humor.
Mr. Spealght will conclude his recitals
next Tuesday afternoon with "A Christ
mas Carol.'
Christmas Mail Breaks Record.
Report of the largest shipment of Eu
ropean mall ever sent from thia country
was made to the Postoffice Department
yesterday. It waa carried by the liner
St. Paul, and amounted to 300.000 rounds.
The bulk of It was Christmas gifts to
war sufferers.
Wairpapar made ot rubber Is an Eng
lish novelty.
sltpapai
I Hove
riV LAbY"
FKiexjbs
VMLL NOT
ItoMYTrVtCfT
off nVrW
tCj THeV
va&s asr J
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
CLAsS A.
IIHp Wanted
Wanted Agents
Situations Wanted
Lsoat and Found
Business Ops.
1c
PER
WORD
Minimum space
15 words.
On orders for saven time or mora,
minimum space. 12 words.
CLA9 B.
All cl.-issined advertising not list
ed under Class A or other class. flea
tfons) :
Per line
? times within a week.
.1 times within a week.
7 times consecutively .
15 tfmea consecutively .
30 times consecutively .
fiO times consecutively .
90 times conaecutively
1.000 time in one year...
.ir.
.u
.10
.07
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
KIRS HAXPSOMK, URGE. VALIA-t
ble set; sacrifice, 16; also beautiful long!
; rur coat; sacrince, u, leaving; countr .
nnr uantfil 907 I at ew.
.(IV... c,, ...vtwiuit r.-nfij
MINK SKT OF HANDSOME Fl RS ,
worth $l.-f; cacrlfice for $la. new. SC7 Ii
st. nw.
GENTLEMAN'S VERY VALUABLE
fur-lined overcoat: sacrifice. U; leaving,
' country; not wantea. WTisnw
A WONDERFUL FACB I'CivvDEB.
Fat Refined Colored Udaaa.
Oca dollar in taloe.
' JSr the bnx. Bent aDywher by mall
' locallr Seai! Z .-eit stamp tw aan pie package.
PUAS E BELL. tit.. f Sh St o.
CLALBVOYANTS.
MADAM FIELD
-1 a. aaa . "Mat -,. , ,
Wh- n rtu mr.Mi: bfT
-i :t tbt bevt It.'..
KNOW Y0UB FATE.
ralmUtrjr and by canla JaUiE. THEO
DORA. Uffl th st. nw.
MADAME STANLEY '"?
ljtb and H st ne. Houra. 2 to 9 pi m.
9f
READINGS. 60c and $1.
Prof. CASTILLO
WHI3TO PAY OH ITC PAI.MIT AND
AtIER. PHtifTi tra's iT-.irtit Ksftrtl -h a
n-!i- .'i I tmclnr nowrr. rinbh- l.tm in.'tin V
r-uni(sj) th? m-i j:H"1. caiksea cf i- mamar. and I
cTiaiariten out all (r jjam ard !.. cn , iTa't'-na.
, "? him; he can hrtp )nu. Low lf-r. oiTi- K
-t i'v... opposite amuo 'nieattT. II r. M a. ni.
LEGAL NOTICE.
IN THE SI I'KKME COCBT OP Till. DISTRICf
'.f Columbia. In re Samuel Kebeat. Thia ia to
Siee c a: e that I hare Sle.1 a twalataaai it: III. Sm.
1-remo Cimrt of the Oiatnct i I'olumbia. that the
pstrtsaej r:atrs in substance that I an a reaj-l nr - f
the Dinrt 4 tVlumbia: and that due to th.- fart
thai rarioua relatione throtichout the L'rutetl ta:ea
tare rliansed their i hum and in order to mairtain
iinifnnnitT in names and to terreiit emharraaainc
, ... m
""Uoca t aria, the petiti.wT prara and aaks the
mrt to paaia an order clianrinr. ne-iiionr a name
fr.ina Sanuel Kebeekjt to Samuel Ka. SVM1KI.
KEnK.-iiaV. alome H. K-muueVrs. attomev foe re
'"icn.T deI.S.14.
SEWI5G MACHINES.
A O-.mtma Uift mrrj
ekouaFboU nrl. What ia
amr aMawlatad than a ctx-I
teainir Mac. mo. I bate th m
frr'iii a To Si. in all makta.
with apTial .met m the
Sinaar, liir la-":iig tuai-him-of
tn a-iirlri. Call to Mt mo
rnrfoit? buin. or hat me call
to aea iou. Yonr nrdit
tC down and SOr a nwk. OIEWM.NO. 313
i'heme Ian
ta.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Specify MILLER'S
Mil I FaVS II -?(,t' Ri"'"C B'lHnrhaat if yen
g. aa
Mlf-fSrSlllg
eesesie SS Bill l ltie puuttv.i
with the R F AL tmetwheat
n naror. .hum oi nor.
DUGKWneil N tain-frown grain.
lAt sour groeera No corn imrm aupTHind.
B. B. EARN SHAW S BRO.
Wholesalers. 11th aad M Sta. 9. F.
APPLE CIDER-NEW TCRK STATg SWEET
apple elder, bait lo Washington; made from beet
New Tort State apple,. W, hare It la barrets
kess end hare. STANDARD BOTTLING WORKS,
'th aad O ne. Lincoln ISM.
" " "
Paper yonr hoeae for the feetire easai. 1 hare
Jnst purchased et
A Great Bargain,
5,000 rob of wall paper,
which 1 .111 sell et the following prices: He
ealue. Sc per roll: Jtt ralue. lor, 30c value, ISc;
- anlue 3c. TV value. 3Dc. All the late r
aagne. Mate yonr aeleellori NOW. heforasthey
are rteSed uv-r. ARTHIR J llnl lisWoN
CO.. lit: Conn are. Phone North SB
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Of Eiery I)t-acr1(Jn-Moderately Priced.
GUDE,
l'a. ar
I ft)AMr "pafifve rtrcQr
feu. iTOUfJC AM AttrLP-T
I'm A bawic
CtM JUST A
rs
PHCWEY Fltfl5-TO.1IS
PERSONALS.
WRING THE HOLIDAYS THERE IS
nothing as a beverage that will please
more than New York State Sweet Apple
t'ider. STANDARD BOTTLING WORKS.
L. A. FINN. Prop . 7th and G Sts. N. El
WORKINOMEN' AS TET WE ARE
not quite satisfied; we expect more
trade, and. by gosh, we are going to get
it. if low prices and square dealing count.
It's sure to bring some man to buy a pair
new pants at 11 " to S3. One price.
jrSTH'S OLD STAND. R19 D.
Dermatologist Institution.
Have you any objectionable feature on
your face? Ia your nose mishapen In any
waV Do your cheeks aag? Have you
b&guiness over or under your eyes? Are
your cheeks hollow? Have you freckles
or moles or other discoloration of the
skin? Any or all of these defect, which
are so annoying:, can be remedied
promptly by our painless method without
Inconvenience or loss of time. Call and
inveatigate for yourself. Office. 13 H at
nw. Phone M. 3.
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STBEET.
0VEB 30 YEARS- ZIJX?
d4 aSpteJel rijrav of Un utf W m-.ra.
Means Health to Ton If Ton Suffer
Ktom ('unb, Obesttv, RUumabsni. Constijtioat
Pilaa. Throat, Liar. Brim. Ilejrt, B.ocd ani Skin
IhsKsaJCA. Nfiriaii PsbOsff. Kidmrj Dimmcs. Blad
der Troobl. 8rci.c Rltrtl Posk'Siri.f. Erurtions.
t'str-TS. tod All .mi'e i'Uvtues Ooml fur Lit Ltj
Sail MtthouV
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FEZE.
Private Waiting Boom for Ladies.
Office Hour Jt to 1. 3 to i SoBtUr. 10 to IX
MAGNETIC MAM.'.GK.
Facr ai.d Scalp Tnatisaot.
lit H st. dw.. il Soot.
MISS WELLS """rmc scd Kcelp Treat-
miaa we.li.3 mnr Haul . u s. gi o
at. nw. ApartBent 2. uunl floor.
MISS CAIN slanlcurlnf and Scalj, Treat-
ment I Lveninae by appointment. Phone
Mam Tito.
.NOTICBi l-awra Tlekets CaakeaL Second
hand Diamonds and Jewelry honarht.
' - w-atejaiBW. a i .- it
Opp. Pat. OfflK
F.AIRIM AND PAPERHAHGING.
l'AI'KRHANOIM. I'TafTKHl.M: FMNTIMi
and decwat-ns It on-- t-tijere-t t"
N,at w,-i. h rval .i- wa,
Irn' a rani ..' eal:.
JETI-It a " . r F. nw.
WALL PAPER. 10. 15C. HC. AND 50C
Paper, 5c and lnt- nor plee,; rooms pa
pered $2 up I'lisit r:nit repaired without
tlirt LE PREI.'X. 3u7 P st nw. Phone N.
34M.
VIOLIN SCHOOL
A PROMIKT VIOLIN SCHOOL
Ia Sehalar.hlp Conleat.
Offer, a complete term of leseoo, with tree
riolina for home uae. Course. St. or can be
paid are per lesaam. Pbone Main Se-J.
VIOUS (.1 UutlL. 7S ineji at. nw.
i
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT.
PITBLIC; ACCOUNTANTS AaeD AUDI
tors; business svst. iu.it:zing a specialty.
THE MACHEN All'ITIN'T CO.. 434-433
Southern Bldg.. Phone M gat
TYPEWRITERS.
TTPEWKITFICS REPAIRED.
cleared and ap: in good eon. lit ion no
ie ay. no deaaanef action, t'nees riant.
Call ua any tune il. Set. We are al
ways aa tne lob. Typewriter Caaaring
a Bet.ir to . 1417 K St, N. V.
FLORISTS.
Flora House Flora
K lTlh st. nw.
Order vour Christmas flowers and deco
rations now. Prompt delivery. Phone
Main KSi
PROPOSALS.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Washington. December . 1914.
Sealed proposals in duplicate will be re
ceived at this Department until 2
p. m.. TUESDAY. January. 12. 1915, for
the fur-aishlng and Installing of new sky
lights on the Patent Ofllce Huilding.
Washington, D. C. in accordance with
plans and specifications for the work.
.-nines of whicli may be obtained on ap
plication to the thief clerk of the De-
parfment. The right is reserved to re-
Ject anyesai
and all bids, or to accept or re-
tr.. t anv nart thereof ut the discretion
of the Department. Proposals should be
Becurery enveloped, marked "Proposal 1
for skylights. Patent office Huilding, and
addressed to the Secretary of the In
terior. BO SWEENEY. Assistant Secre
tary. PIANO TUNING.
Piano Tuning. $1 in December.
Rxprrt Work lit.atanteed. Drop postal
L. LAlLStN. S44 tu Car. ate. ae. Un lest.
PIANO TUNING. $1.60; WORK GUAR
anteed: 30 years' experience in repair
work. T. HOLVERSON. 12: J North Car
olina avs. ns. Lin. J-JoS.
PI
?tesitcvrr Av C
aUlCT( AC ff- C
ocserVLse 1 vjsebTfifi-
rosTTbRiTKoAjey
J BUY My
bAOSKre s
JEURd?cAK
.VlKiC
3H
FOR JH SUBU1L.BAH,
A Perfect Beauty
5-room house, porch and fruit?
one car fare. Price, $1 ,000. Terms
$12 per month.
to
One 5-room bungalow, lot 60x100:
one carfare. Fruit, porches. Ftvsj
minutes to can. Price. $1200.
Terms, $12.00 monthly.
Will exchange beautiful, brand-nev)
Brookland home, all modern con.
veniences. large lot, 50x150, for
suburban or farm property.
0. B. ZANTZINGER,
9th St and N. Y. Arc N. W.
WANTED HOUSES.
WANTED - FVRNITURE; CONTENTS
of house: books and maznslnes. E.
HESSLEV, 1214 N T. ave. Main 7SM.
AUTOMOBILES.
THE DIFFERENCE
-hptwwn ih Twir- f . orilinrT new tiw sxd tr
AP.ACT.IH: TIUKS ill N. a .. me -rrJd.-ion
yow i hriacmaa i-i I'm.. -. We btav cski
LaiBliM m vml jjJ nsuAtie tin" f -tm:
3. is: .ih. -J'-i. W 3A. T-i,
"4x4. JBo.1. !,, E d,,1!. Mxl i. ; ri5. cei-'jH
' " '" HoYtBTa, eOt N at. n
r jit rarii.i i( - iriisprx irvir wtns.
I TIHE lu;i'IK!M..
ce.ntkal rirrer works
.101 3-6 E St, Si. W
KasaT 1'oll's Theater.
Bpedall-it. Ant r. ',: Tire Repairing
TLLEPHoNK MAIN JSU.
IF ITS HIRING
TTae our Fore-door OMsmobile and otlee"
(rood makes; and 7 passenger care;
reasonable rates
Pbone Vorth .tlftS.
& AND 7 PASSENGER AUTOS.
$2 and 13 per hour.
Nona Better.
AT'TO HIRE C Lincoln :;3.
ItiR IIIHB- .paaaenpr. CSS; r-passecarr tUS pal
h-..r. Pnwha'an He'. leth and fa. Mam Salt
FOR SALE OR RENT.
C.ET OCR BstsestB AXD RENT U9T8.
JtiUS F. IMlNCiHOE i SONS.
E4 Pa sea tr.
MONEY WANTED AND 10 LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE1
in .-.tuall and tarssg lumn. All transac
tin.s conducted with economical consid
eration for borrowers. WM. H. 8AUN
DER8 A CO., Southern RldB., S07 15th at.
MONEY TO LOAN on approved city real
estate aj lowest current rates; special
pri ilcees. it h r-&rect to prior paymenta.
Tler .-w Rutherford. Iwe.. Hb 15th st
WINDOW CLEANING.
I'lluNK M. :i39 TO HAVK YtH'R WIXTJOWsl
cie.ie.1. Acn... Wir.iow CTeaning lo.. 981 Q ESS.
RUG WEAVING.
WINTER TIME HUG TIME. DON'T
buy new rugr; w weave from your oht
carpet.-: carpets cleaned. WASH. RUG
WEAV1
Mi CO.
!Vi 5th ne
Ph M. 4g.
NON-MEDICAL HEALING.
SOM-M
IftTAN
ANT1LE PARALYSIS
Ilardeninc of the Artene. Locianotor Ataaba, Asth
ma. Heart Di-ea. awight'a Ifiaeaae, Paralvsts. Dwa
esaare of the M,tne. St.aiVh. etc.. cored withc.t
medicisV or -eugical rroc lure. Ro.'pt at'd coi..;l-
tauon ntcr.. e Bn. i.:. npxt -cndat.
I'ltlll . It. . II. I' VltKKIl.
nth st.
. . SA . Wawhlaartaa, D.
o. a
FTKR I
CORSETS.
M-BIIXE CORSET ItAt.txlN. lfJM H
at. aw.. In aass ope, for the fall sea-
eoa, alrevalaa a coaaalete liae or Kreaca
snodels talioreel to order orweta. One
tralaed eoraetlere valfl eall aad taka
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
OKPICBlaF TH1. JTniMl-ltiNRR up TlH
Iiuenct of Cos-muia. Waahingtoo, D C. Decean
her 14. leii -Ordered That th. -itles and teg-i'a,-tistia
aj the Ilftttct at CuiusiMa for Ihe uastBHatiraa
of wire, and sjaasasaesal ftv electric l.ght. heaj and
Power pttrrjeaes, aa amended hv tK- CoauniiOM. rg
nader date of Septeinter 3. 'lit. shall he effectire
on aad after Jen-tarr 1. ISrt. FKKIiFntlt'K U
BIDUUNS, CUAHLU-i tV KITZ,
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