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r-rie j .----c - --rjtV-vVT-'; ' "" .-e- --h. THE WASHINGTON HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1915. 15 FATHER WAS RIGHT By Goldberg Copyright, 1015, by R. L. Goldberg. IT PAYS TO READ AND USE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS " "- t ' f FMH,T bceSM'T MAKE ) - - Vr- " . . AMY blFF&eKiOE MOVM p- BUT lOVcef 2)- Y LL OMLY fast vjG go - Yob Afce ss- ,v, vlcr wopSLVtMS ) (; stop rx fnj rovre amis Ygs o Aub cp,rr.y MUCu oirr se(og 1 : TV L5 I3g J w e -"ayvasaaaaanaaswaaaaanajca..wn awnasawaaaj mjs" --v. -j- ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE Founded 1S7N 1,000 Student., 1014. lrpet I'rltatr .School In Washington Gymnasium, Swimming I ooL iji:iaktmi:nt.s: nftlilnton I'repnratory School Pre pares for College or University. Ac credited Baste. Day or Evening". fiMhinulon SchiMil of Accountancy 1 to ::-- -Year ('otiises. I repares ror "itsinebs and C I' A Examinations. -S.-c- tue adjoining1 advertisement. M!ilncton f'ommerrlnl School- Un x eli -1 Rookkecpins and Steno . oraplnr Courses lirnde school ?.S l.nys made up lost trades last var r-rlnl Cn.ir--" Prnftintr fMrhnni " nnd Arriit"CTiirnl P.-htlc Speak- x irtr Pn?n.-r rnslnc' Men" rncli"sh TIIOV V. WVLIOV, M. A., Director. Y M. C. A. 1734 G St. N. W. ' ACCOUNTANCY l.mploed men may better prepare 1 r business witneml lnlerfcrcr.ee with r pillar duties Previous knowledge of lxiokkefp'np not r rjulred COl KSi:s OKKKUKD 1 r t nelauie 1t.1l ui At K'uniancy . Manner e'ei be in Ac militancy. 3 It sines:. dmliiittatiiin M Profe-sipn-il C I A. Course fit ce minting L l for Fuf'e:s Mon Call or win for flee bulletin. T1KMVS W U'U.TON' fir.ctor. Washlnvtor School ot At count tr.cy. V M C A 113 J U SI N. W Lucia Gais-B-rLicr Schocl OP !lfiihni m l rre!nfed rt I V ituir ' r- hoil pk pj.Jr .r a 1 .eoal Courae. Normal Trtlnirc aril - ' ' uw iu II 'Tthmic Ezpret- Pltfi M i.ic I j .ip i tru! Arts Catalog. ' 31m. 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Septem.--eT T3. j Muulr uf A-xi-ition of in ncan I-aw -lin.. nintis Ktn. t ftan'iami for rniraocr J anJ ouie a mImj iiiricnt l-idy anl miximum it tii mi la, wl.ool throughout Sio LmUfJ . r 11 iir ioik done I "a Xlrth xl tipd, lnstni1ion pr profw- mjii' tea-h rs bu lawyrrs in actue rractice. 'I'uentj-tuo jsraduuten nroie thr lnt I), c. Unr Hatiitnati(in ' nntl cerj oue paNMcd. lille (0 er cent of other caiididntra lulled. 1 LieiitAjn tsc, 9 to 12. or afteriioon. lMtfi. llin ial c!af 750-80 a. m. Titan- Uonic Tn)j 1i', Phone M. 4540. (Tlh Irnr. Open Met. 1, 6:30 P. M. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW iKtcnin? Sess-ions Kxclusively.; Standird courses, leadini to degrees of Master and Hat hclor f.f Liws. The unilrrsrmliinte riure may lie completed mid tbe decree if Ilochelur I f Lniii weciircd nt enil if second jenr. J or rauiUn1" i 'iii at lull oiaiiHS, ctr., address the De in, at the Adminis tration Office. Si'ithern P.uilding Phone Main Gfil", or attcr Septemher 10 at National Ijw School UuiIdinR, SIS MS IStli st. nw The Chevy Chase Seminary Washington's unique boarding school for girls and young- women. Situated in the cit's most beautiful suburb. opi:.vs m:iti:miii:k so. Interested parties are cordially in ited to make a personal inspection Take Chevy Chae car at corner of 13th street and New York avenue. THE MILTON SCHOOL N V. Tor. l!lh anl X. Y Air I'bnne M. VL ellOUTHAMi. TlTKWniTIXG. ENGUSU. SELECTING Educational Bureau rates ana literature concerning schools GIRLS Preparatory, Seminary, Musical, Commercial. Social Instruction. Domestic Arts. Religious. Law, Medical. .WWMrV.Ai.aAVk' Emerson Institute In 1914-1915 successfully prepared men for the l"nicrsities of Pennsylvania. Illinois. Michitrin. Cornell, Ddrtmoutli. 'Wiscon sin. Vircinia. I" S. Diplomatic Corps, (leorge WashinKton. Gcorcia, I. S. Mll Itnrv Academj. Georgetown. I". S. Naval Acs-dem:. 1 . S Patent Office, I'nHcrsity or New York, Nebraska. Harvard, anil Princeton. Classes now forming. Office hours: n . y. iiisw l". ,M. Moniln?. WciInrndnyN Friday. II . !. T. II. Tuexilni, Thiirilr. STENOGRAPHY TYPEWRITING ENGLISH CIVIL SERVICE Tr:ilrin.- for Commcrclil and Civil Service Pcsitlons. 1417 G Street N. W. P1IOVR MAIN" .T2T.S. The Pearson School 1:1 i:m.nc; ci.isks. i:ir;in'ii ykvii. o-i'nni:it 4. 1013. I tnni CTlll'PT WALTER T. HOLT, Scbiol uf Jlandnlm, Guitar and Banjo. EaNi-hed 1ESI. Wetkly n'T't'' wth the Nwdica Claba. T 1t bore Cornectionx S'nru r.'te Cor. 1UU and G iff nw. WOOD'S SCHOOL 311 Kniit Cnp. St. All commercial branches. 31st vear. Six lnntli Kerning Sewnlon. 92Z. C E0RGET0WN vJ UNIVERSITY The Law School Lan School 'Will Iteopen SIondaTi October roiIlTH, 1D15, at 6:30 I. 31. Secretary's office open daily from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. lor registration and consultation. lit (ill J. FECAS, Secretary. Georgetown Law School Building, 0th mid K Sin. X. V. Tel. 31. 703. ST. 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HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS Turk Atrocities On Armenians Worst in 1 ,000 Years, Is Charge Committee of Well Known Men Publishes Report On Horrors Which Beggar Description Funds Asked in Response to Appeal of Ambassador Morgenthau. j "The crimes now bcins perpetrated I upon the Armenian people surpass in 1 their horror and cruelty anything that history has recorded during the past thousand cars." In these words, the committee on Ar menian atrocities sum. up a statement issued last niBht concerning alleged horrori beinc committed in Turkey. The committee "has decided to make a wide appeal for funds in response to the ur pent apjieal of American Ambassador .MorRenthau at Constantinople." Conccallnc the identity of its various informants for fear the informants will suffer if known, the committee published a lengthy report on aliened atrocities acalnst the Armenians, of which the fol lowing are abstracts: "In manv cases the men were fthoe of military ace were nearly all in the army) bound tishtly together with ropes or chains. Women with little children in their arms, or about to become notheis. were driven alone under the whip Ilkn cattle. Three different cases came under rm knowledge where the woman was delivered on the road, and because her brutal driver hurried her along she died of hemorrhage. Some women became so completely worn out and hopeless that they left their infants beside the road. Many women and girls hae been outraged. At one place the commander of gendarmerie openly told the men to whom he consigned a large company that they were at liberty to do CAPITAL Ji.aooco EARNED SlBrLCS Sl.OOO.GM IT STANDS TO REASON that a company such as this, with complete facilities and spe cially trained men, is better fitted than an- individual for handling estates. I-rllave us prepare '-our will and act as executor or trustee, thereunder. The Washington Loan&TrustCompany Cor. 9th and F sts. JOHN JUY EDSO.V. rretidrnt. The Safest Investments lLe that do not lluctuale during 6ia ttubrd cmditiona of the mooey or stock roar acta. Knit deed of trutt notes (flrat raort ftgtf), ell secured on real estate in th Dia trict ot Columbia, eucatltute gUt-edfa" la trttmenta, Thej do not depend upon tha financial reairoaibilitj of tndinduala or cor poration lor their stability, and ax exempt from taxation aa personal property. We can aupply kcd nnesttnenta in amounta front QM apmrd. bend for booklet, "Concerning i-pt and Investmenta." Swartzell, Rheera & Hensey Co., 727 Fifteenth Street Northwest. W. B, Hibbs & Co. f New Irak stock Erehani. Iten-bera J N" Ior Cotton Exchanf. -(Cblcato Board of Tra4. Waihisfton Stock fi-fc.wi LOCAI. SECURITIES bought and aold on same fsworabla tarms as wc oflar Xor trading 1c Naw York atocka and bonda. Hibbs Building English-French New Giyemntit Lmi Prie98 Y laid 5.47 Bonds Sioo S500 $ix Write immediately Claranca Cone & Co. S Broadway. jr, Yar. what they chose with the women and girls." "The prisoner is put in a room (similar to the time of the Homans). Gendarmes standing in twos at both sides and two at the enil of the rnnm ndminlster .nch I in their turn, bastinadoes as long as mo nave rnougn xorcc in mem. At me times of the Homans. forty strokes were administered at the very most: In this place, however. 300. 30"). MO. even $00 strokes aro administered. The foot swells up, then bursts open, due to the numer ous blows, and thus the blood spurts out. The prisoner Is then carried back Into prison and brought to bed by the rest of the prisoners. The prisoners who become unconscious after their blows are revived through the means of some cold water, which Is thrown on their he.uls. On the next day, or more ex actly, during the night, as all ill-treatments are carried on at night in , as well as in . the whole bastinadoing is being carried on again in spite of swollen feet and their wounds. I was then in . but In that prison there were also thirty prisoners In number, and all had their feet in such a state that they begun to burn and had to be amputated, or were already taken off. A young man was beaten to death within the space of five minutes. Apart from the bastonadoing, other methods were employed, too, such as putting hot Irons on the chest. A forger, who was sus pected to have forged the shells of the bombs, was let free only after his toes were burned off with sulphur (called Kcrab). I have seen the wounds. Four weeks ago we received news that the Caimakam of had had ten to eighteen people shot In a district between and . Shortly after this had happened an order was promulgated which con cerned the Christians of . and which demanded that they all leave the place within three-quarters of an hour. Among these were several women who gave birth to children on the way, and which they, in their desperation, threw Into the water. Many men were recalled, and It Is impossible to say how many were secretly murdered and how many will still be butchered." "The panic in the city was terrible. The people felt that the government was de termined to exterminate the Armenian race, and they were powerless to resist. The people were sure that the men were being killed and the women kidnapped. Many of the convicts in the prison had been released, and the mountains around were full of bands of outlaws. It was feared that the women and children were taken some distance from the city and left to the mercy of these men. However that may be, there are provable cases of the kidnapping of attractive young girls by the Turkish officials of . One Moslem reported that a gendarme had of fered to sell him two girls for a meji dieh. The women believed that they were going to worse than death, and many carried poison In their pockets to use if necessary. Some carried picks and shovels to bury those they knew would die by the wayside." " . a village about two hours from , is inhabited by Gregorian and Cath olic Armenians and Turks. A wealthy and influential Armenian, together with his two sons, according to a reliable wit ness, were placed one behind the other and shot through. Forty-five men and women were taken a short distance from the village Into a valley. The women were first outraged by the officers of the gendarmerie, and then turned over to the gendarmes to dispose of. According to this witness a child was killed by beating its brains out on a rock. The men were all killed, and not a single per son survived from this group of forty five." "The gendarmerie department seems to have full control of affairs and the Mutessarlf upholds them. They are now holding about 100 of the best citizens of the city In prison, and today the gen darmerie chief called the Armenian bishop and told him that unless the Ar menians deliver their arms and the revo lutionists among them, that he has or ders to exits the entire Armenian popu lation of . as they did the people of . . We know how the latter were treated, for hundreds of them have been dragged through on their way to the desert whither they have been exiled. These poor exiles wer mostly women, children and old men. and they were clubbed and beaten and lashed along as though they had been wild animals, and their women and girls were daily crim inally outraged, both by their guards and the ruffians of every 'village, through which tiey aused, aa tha former allowed HELP WANTED MALE. CLKItK IX .MEAT AND PROVISION STOBE AprJy I31 Wisconsin ate. WANTED 2 YOUNG MEN to learn advertising busi ness; permanent positions to right parties; good commis sion. BOX 100 '.Herald Of fice. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. Ith.t.lsTKU'-.ll ntAiniAriVr WANTS UELlEf work. Aildra" IltlX 6. Herald office. 3US1NES5 ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHOi; HUPAIKIMG. Half soles and hfel. 75c: ladies' ahoe halt soli and heels, SOc; ladies' heels. 15c; whole nole and rubber hetln. CI 00: mn's sewed -on aoles. 3Ac UNITED. SHOE REPAIR CO., ec tj ST. NW. WANTED-VIOL1N AND PIANO l'L'1'IUS BY oxpcrlmrM lejilier. reasonable terms. UOK 19, ilrrald office. ACLf.tI LLEAM.Mi. 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WALL, TAPER. 10c, 16c, Se. 7D tA, paper. 6c and 10c per piece; rooms pa pered 12 up. Plaaterinie and palntlns of all kinds. LE I'KKUX. 897 P at. nw. Pbon. N. 8tSL PAINTS, VARNISHES. AND STAINS. THE DIP ABLE HOME Ready mixed paints and stains, per pa led fct J J03. CATnLOTH. XS It. st, n. M. S J. SPECIAL NOTICE. Housewives Are Ordering MILLER'S -M","'!, ,"1'-R-""- a--- se . . wheat. Wide-awake grocers Oell-KlSing should lay in an ample s..pri- D...1.. L of ""' n"t Buckwheat. Wnte DUCKWneat.i or Ihoneu. today. xv Ml CON-l'Mi:itS hUPPLIED. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Wholi-site i;it-eTii "tb si.d l bin. r. E. The Corcoran School of Art The day and night classes of the Corcoran School of Art will reopen for student on Monday. October 4th. C L I I ! I f . I ocnooi circular mauea on application. DANCING. THE DANSE IVTEST DANCE-. TAUGHT. Monday, Nednt-'lay. Friday. '3 0 (i st. nw. Mnlr under directum of Mr. Jack XewUnd. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL, ESTATE In small and lareo sums. All transac tions ccnducte.1 witheconomical consid eration lor borrowers. VVM, H. SAUN DERS ft CO.. Southern Bid.. SOT 15th at. ilONEl" TO LOAN on approved city real estate at Ion est current rates; special prlvlleeca with respect to prior payments. Tyler & Rutherford. Inc... 730 IStn st. DOGS, BIRDS, POULTRY. JLsT Khl ElEI-nl.MilM; CANARIES. PAlt- rota. Dogs, tat. KaHits. Guinea Ig. Goldnsli. Aiiuriums and remedies for all kinds of lieu. Send for catalogue Taxidermy in all Us branetics. .-CHMID'J) I'lrr EMPORIUM. 712 Twel'lh street nwthwen. FUNERAL DESIGNS. FUNERAL FLOWERS Of Erery Description Moderately Prlcad, GUDE, yiasral Deaagaa. roneril Desissa. the latter to enter the camp of the exiles at night, and even distributed the slrls among the villagers for the night. These poor victims of their oppressors' lust and hate might better hae died by the bullet In their mountain home than be dragged about the country In this way. About 2,000 or them have passed through , all more dead than alive; many hundreds have died from starvation and abuse along the roadside, and nearly all are dying of starvation, thirst, of being kid napped by the Anaza Arnbs In the desert where they have been taken. We know how they are being treated because our exiles are In the same place, and one young Armenian doctor, who was there making medical examinations of soldiers for the government, has return ed and told us." "At all the churches and schools are full of exiled Armenians. Rich and poor, teachers and pupils, all are broth ers there, victims of the same blow. The inhabitants of the city do their utmost to alleviate the suffering. Those that are deported women, old men. children are obliged to cross the deserts on foot, un der the burning sun. often deprived of food and water. The most modest com plaint is stifled by the most barbarous threats. Overpowered by fatigue, ex haused by hunger, mothers in despair leave on the way their newborn children, often one-half year old. and continue their Journey. Even in this de plorable state rapes and violent acts are every-day occurrences. The Ar menians deported from could not be recognized as a result of their trip of twelve days." The committee on Armenian atrocities Is composed of Charles R. Crane. Samuel T. Outton. Cleveland H. Dodge. Arthur C. James. Stephen S. Wise. Frank Ma son North. John R. Mott, Stanley White. James L. Barton, 'William Sloane, Will iam I. Haven. George A. Plimpton. Karl Davis Robinson, Frederick Lynch. Nor man Hapgood. Edward Lincoln Smith. Bishop David H. Greer, William W. Rockwell, Oscar . oirau. aula outers representing Amsrican Interests In the Turkish Empire. "Fnnds will be forwarded to Ambassa dor Morgenthau as fast as received." ays the committee. "Donations should be sent to the treasurer. Charles B. Crsae, 70 Fifth .venua, Ntw Tor Cttar." FOR RENT HOUSES. HOUSES. CS0 No, 313 I ft. nw.; 8 room and bath. $32.50 No. luCJ 3d st. nu) : 7 room and tath. KT.tO No. InA Usleside Terrace; 10 rooms, hath. K7J50 No. 1325 Fforida aie.; 7 rooma and bath. 3.50 No. Z-iZe Oeorsta are. nw. ; 6 rooms and bath. J. LEO K0LB, lMuine II. .-i07. GBT OUR I.I.ST. FOR SALE HOUSES. LOOK AT THESE ! ! BEAUTIFI'I. NKW COLONIAL STYLE HOMES NO. SiS-i-'l PARK ROAD X. V. 4 SOLD 3 LEFT Six Iircc rooms, full tikd lath, sas and elwtric light, hardT od tiim, re-enforced concrete I rihi and iron tMliiMradn. (no rot, b. w. h.: gas range: built-in refrisentor, waJi tur-a; cold Ura2e and toilet in cellar; front and bark (double) ,iriht-, coud-eized ht with or without grgr. ONLY $3,850 TERMS To in-rtt tltev chinning limits take Ninth street ia. set off at l'ark road, and walk one Hoik cast. sample tlo.ise. 5!3 Park rnad. Fiiranhcd br Y. 18 w.i-f.. E. H. G0TTWALS. O'.VN'KR AND Iil'lLlJEK. 31.5 Wanl-r St. n. llione CcL 91. CHANCE TO rif-K UP GOOD IXVESTMEXT No. 30 Patterson t. n. e.. bet. L and M. X. Cap. and 1st. truli rented JI5 50 ir month. To be oM at anctfen Oct. 5. ee "Auction hales" in Star. KOIC SALE-TO QUICK IIUVEK. ONE 5-ROOM home in "aid ma Park, with bath awl water; 4 acre cTwnd. with S tniit trees and large stable. ILSO eash ; .) minutes' walk from Wahinjlon It. R. to.. Capital Traction Co., tod B. tc O. It. R.; no corporation :ji. Addre EOX 10, Wuhinston Herald. FOE RENT APARTMENTS THE FAIRMONT, till AND X. Y. AVE. NW.- 6 ROOMS AND BATH. FnoNT SMJO 4 ROOMS AND HATH 350 ILEC. ELEVATOR. PHONE EACH APART. 5 ROOMS. NEW CONDITION. SIS: WELL Lo cated; coTtrcd porch- worth inspecting. Particu lars, BOX Herald office. SiroS fPR WIQI- TO GETTYSBURG 4 laHrnf;er. Ultlnir All PolntK. cf mtere-t and llattlefield. Ccmfortable car. Hi pert uide. $6 rer ranercfr for entire trip. Call CoL 53. ABSOLUTELY NEW 1916 MODEL TOURINU CARS. CAREFUL DRIVERS. J1J5. $1J0 and J3 00 Ter Hour, rhone X. r. btccial Rates for Tms. i. KlHD TOU1I1MJ CAlth. Jl PER HOUR: WHITE icauffeurs. Phone Col. 3H. ANYWHERE. ANY TIME; NEW. CLASSY cars. SL5 and CuO lr hour Phone X. 323. j 5 fOIlD 5. DODGE CAR8. $:.M A (2.00 per bcur: special rates by tne day or wsek. Pbon North 2626. CALL NORTH M3S For a handsorns 7-passecger touncg car: careful drtter; tourios rueeialty; priiaU pans. FOR HIRE. 5-PAlsSENGEls CAK. CJs PB hour; 7-passenger. S3J0 per hour. POWHATaVK HOTEL, llth st. and Ta. are. Phone Mala fXS. EXCELSIOR AUTO HIRE CO. Beratifullj appolnttd can tram HOO to t3J per hour. 1122 UTH ST. (rear). Pbon N. 393L .1EIV FORD TOURING CAB, IS15 modal asaperiencad .bita chaulfeiB. S12 per bcur Phone Cleie. sua. LIGHTNING AUTO SERVICE, tut PER HOUB and up. Cars driien by OWNERS. Call CoL SU. Any section ul dty readied in few minutea. Vary special rates to partis. MW 131i CAK3-CABKFUL WHITE CHACF- faura. IJ50 per hour. Special ratea (or trlpa and fanulj parties. Phone ILiac. iML ALWAYS CALL FOR PITTS CARS AND BK aure of a fine madilns, splesdid senUs: Pierre Arrow and other cars. S3 U &50 per houx. Phons CoL 5:ss. UPERATOR-OWXER will hire his new Marwell for $2 par boor, or $1.50 per boor If lemjer than two bours: special ahoppinf rates of U pal hour if Icnfer than two bours. Special ratea for trips. Line. OS. 2 2 eth at- raw AUTO HIRE COMPANY FIVB AND seven passenger cars; $2 and 33 par hour: none better. L. 25CS ROOMS FOR RENT. FtRMMIKD. 519 MAS'. AB. NW ELEGANT. EARl.E front room, suitable for two, facing rrk, hot vater heat. Phone Main 131?. IKK CAIAEKT iT 3 KUK. IMWJh KDIt L. H. k. . private bath and unlimited rhone. CoL SJC J01 T1I VT. NE.-1E1.H;HTKUL FRONT l.OOM; conrtnunt to both car lice; near Caintol and Li brary. Til II VT NU . LAI.ISK KTtO.NT KOOMS, uthen. exposure centrally located; near Tension and Patent offices. 915 N iT NW.-WMrO..TAIlLE rTKNIhllED room. $ and $10 ir n-o. Hot-water heat. i;il F M NW.-UKIX FUKMMIKIl FKONT and other looms. Near all departments and V. M C. A 1728 F ST NW-2 LAltfJE ICOOMS, FUIlNIbll- ed: reannablv 1J3 6TH VT. NU.-2 OK 3 LAItOE. WARM, bright roonn; comrletcly furnished for 1. h k.; priTate entrance and heme; a. m. i.; aplendid loca tion; $16 for tno, $19 for three. Apply after 5 o'clock. 1309 t'OU KD.-3 MKCK KOOMS. U ITH DOI1 ble bttla; southern expoMirc; pnrate bath; reaaon able. TO) EUCLID ST. NW.-3D FLOOU FRONT room; electricity; hot-water heat; gas; north and south exposure; rent reasonable. Phone CoL 5V9. 1311 MONKOE ST NW UUIEING G. A. It. bN- camrrnfnt: 3 rooms. inTate family. CoL 2351. 1030 17TH ST. NW.-bEVKKAL LARGE, COOL, bright rooms; front and back; a. m. .; nicely furnished, private, refined home; splendid Iication; near all soTcnunent derailments; reasonabk M. 3056-J. ROOMS AND BOARD. 133 HARVARD ST.-XICELY FL'R. ROOMS and Rood taMe rn.rd: reasonable. Phone t'ot C103. 120 O ST. XW.-IIE-SIRAIILE t,Et-OM I'Ullll! front room, with loanl; 15 (er month fur one, (40 for two. UI A C.T. ME.-MCLLV I'UUMMIEO ROOMS. ainsle or en suite, with talle beard dcslrel. Rest Southern home rookirs. S3 K ST. W.-(iOOD MltOI.MA lOOKlXt!; &S0 week for two meals a da;; $3 per week fcr three meals a da;: sire us a triaL 13M K MT. NW.-2 BEAEriKUL ROOMS. 3EC ond fioor; sultsble fcr two or three gentlemen. SB K ST. .NW.-BEACTJFUt. LAROE rBO.TT room soitacla tor two sentkmeR. TABLE BOARD. LINCOLN CAFE. VJ?IZJ S& Rerjlar dinners. 3be and 50c YeutabU dinaer, Sc Draner hours, i to 730 p. ia. Lnnch. li to I p. m, Xc Hreaklsat, l to 10 a. nu. isc A la carta ferricr 1 a. m. to 133 p. m Rooms at aaaa sat ratea. Try our 3c and Zie Uub ttrrUUit sx4 i Men s low's. AUTOS FOR SALE. Portable Steel Garaarra, All Slsea. FORD SPECIAL. $75.00. fCreded with cement floor complete. HIM.. S4Q3 O St. X. W. Phone W. 83 831. WANT TO SELL YOUR AUTOMOBILE FOR CASH? BRIKO IT TO TBE UXION OARAGE. G ST.. BETWEEN CTH & TTH N. W. M07TNQ. PACJaJLtia. DWHUICt. frr marlif (or ator asr. N. 3343 or M. 3344. SMITH'S TRANSFER A STORAGE CO, 0tt S. Hiskt Fk. w. mn. t&mSS&k dm AUCTION SALES. THOS. J. OU EN & SON. Ailctioneera. trustees' sale or pi(emies no co ben nin(s l:oad and an unimproved loi adjoinim; same. B nrtue id certain u'eI o: trust, (inly recorded m Liber 3TT. folio 79. and at the reined of the rarty secure thereby, the undersigned trustees will ell at nithc auction within the onVc of Tlma. J. Owen & Son. 1X1 (; rtieet northw.st. on UKDNE UAY. THE 13T1C DAY Or OCTOUI.lt. 1S13 at I o'clock p. m.. the followin; described land and primweii Mtaate in the Distnct of Coltrmbia. tc wit: Part of lot numbered one m Marr E Btiik nej's Subdm'Mtn of lart of Fortune Enlarstxl a, ter plat therd-f. recorde.1 m )unt Hook C r-s 13i of the Ii-imd, cf ihe Office of the -uneyor of aid District. L.cinnin; co the northerlv lin of llennine ltnad it the sontliwr-t comer of raid lot and ninninc thence soi-theasterly along said line ot said read J f-et t inchc. thence northeasterly to lnterect the nottherly line of iid lot at a point distant 33 feet I inche from the northwes- corner if oald lot. thence northwesterly along said rear line 33 feet I inches to said northuot corner of said lot. theme sni.t!iweierl along the westerly line of tjid lot -Sf:l l.et. mere or h. to the beginning. known as r.rptni Vn m n.-t- . .i ...t. . - ----- - - . . auiu, iuu, eijojecc ia two nor Jce.Ii of trust aagregatirg sbont JlJ.n. . ,!s.l tl.M In, ..Iu.. ...J I ... ...t . -.,k..w,u mki irenuis I3imelutele on the ea. aid lot liaring a frontage cf 3 feet on llernhig road, ly a Jep;h of :IS feet, more or le. Mibjnt. honeur. to an agierinent to purchase the .'.--iil1 -'""" " "'', a"nieot tng about Jt-OT. Th- s.ud proorrty being described on books ofHie 3'-rz fcr taiation ruiroses as IvU EJ and IS. in sprare M'JT. Trrrra. talc: AH cash orer and abore said prior encnmlrance.. full lartiCTilars of which will b stated at he time of mle. One hundred dollars depc.it re.iuu-d ujon acceptance of bid. and al to b cloed within fifteen days from day of sale, otnerwue uei.sit forfeti. THOMAS WALKER. or I . II 11 "" A. JOHNSON. oc.t.s.g II 13 Tnwees. THOS. J. OWEX SOX. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE oF VALUABLE UMM- 01AslDD.KcfAL CVI By ittne of a certain deed of tnist duly recorded in liter No. 3311. folio ta et sea... of the. land records of the Distnct of Columbia, and at tha request of too rrty fecnrol thereby, the, under signed trustee wil! sell, at pubic suction, within the ofrle. of The. J. Owen & Son. 1331 G str-et northwest, on TUESDAY, the 5th day of Octob-r. ' ',1?13', l "do P- m-. the flowing. described land aid prenases. stoat rn the District of Comrtbia. and designated as and brrcg lots (I) and (3) in svicie No. (2ii u, Fulton R. Gordon's subdittsion cf part of a tract of larI called 'Cliery Chaso Omie." "nesuney en New Seat," "VI." "d "Fellowship." as said subdmsion is recorded in tho cfSce cf tie Surreycr of tts Dis trict of Columbia, in bock Xo. C. page No. 2L TERMS OF SALE: All cash A deposit of JVU will be required at time of ale. All cenTfjandrc . luwuiDs. etc. at co-i u ptrrcnavT. ierm cf sale ! to be complied with vnthm fifteen dass from Art - sale, otherwise the trustee rc-srrres the nght to rwll the property at the nsk and cost of default ing purchaser, after lira days' adrertlvrnert cf snch resalo In some new sparer r-lbl!W in Washington. D. C. II. D. GORDON. Trusts.. e23-dl0t PROPOSALS. OKFICB IU TIIB COMMIMONR I. C. October 2. 13.3 Seilpd -rroporals mil be re ceited at thi ofiire, flonm S-""9. Dwtrict Buildtnc. until 2 o'clcck p. m.. on OCTOBKIt 12. 1913. for the ron-tnif tin of hection 3, Anacontia Mam Tnter iTi-tor 'ii the Ih-trirt of Columbia. inTnliinjc the constnirticn of 1JC0 hncar feet of 6"xV0" e.er Korma f prrpo-al, Fpecirtcation ainl nece-nrr Infnrniatio-i rcajr be obtained firm tlV 1'hiff Clerk. Engineer Ocrartment. llrnm -C7, ritrirt Jtuil'Im:. Washington. ! C OLIVKR V. NEWMAN Wins niEOWNLOW, CHAULEH W. KUTC. ('cmmiMiiets. I. C UFK1CE lit THE COMMIIONEi:r, OF THE lMMrict f Columbia, Mahinston, Jvitenitrr J7. 1713- Si?aTed ril-wla will be rtcriird at this office. Itoora 50?. Iwt'irt BriMtne. until 1 o'clock r. m . OCTOBER 11. 1515, frr funiihlnff and fleli.ctms fofir antomol-ile tnwk". for ii-- in the Wit. r iHi-n-rcent. thw -.t. pici!1ration and form t-t n- I po'fl mav If obtained from th Iurchiinz ii(Ti-- P. I. Boom jJ). IHsirift BiiiM-ig. OLIVKIC I'. NEWM.W U!I.S nKMN.NI.OW. CHABlES W KITZ. Com-ii'ionfrs. I J. C. -ARTMENTS TO LEI. Alonzo 0. Bliss PropeJties One hundred vacant apart mrnta, all In excellent condition. any alzr. any iHce any location. rnd for printed Ht. BLISS BUILDING 35 B St N. W. Plione L. I860. BUSINESS 0PP0RTTJNTIES Watch for our advertlements In rtuslnes Opportunities in tho Evenlna; Star. Ilarxhall Bus. Broker". fl!3 N. V. Ave. We want roomlns houts downtown and stores any location. We make a specialty of selling business places, ind have met with great success. At the present time we cannot supply the ilemand. We believe In square dealing1. No overcharges. All business confiden tial. This office not connected with any other. If you are thinking' of sell in?, see us. Hundreds of stores and rooming houses are sold through this office. We hae cooel investments In roal estate to trade for business places. Marshall Baa. Broker.. 1)13 . V. Ave. TOR SALEr-MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE. NEW AXD SMG1ITLT USED. Easr Terms J Desired or Discounts for Cash. FREE-Aa Extra Fins S-Dar Time and Alarm Clock with every purchase of 3 er mora. . CASH on CHEDIT. SAVE MONET-BBT AT HOPWOOD'S 8th and K Streets. PERSONALS. UORKINiiMEX. WHAT WE HAVE TO SAT. we ar it jiiil whtn a slightly naed suit at $3 to $10 i adteni-wd, it meanH that we hare a lanpy stc He, and the same can Is said of the new panta at $l-j) to S on S rer cent more tr mateti tbein. One trier. JTTirS OLD STAXD. 61 D. OO CutThisOut -or mention "Herald" and we win fit joo Glasses or Spectacles TO ORDER for MIX GIEENBERGI$1-00 or 1 SIO E X. W. D. Setal (Opt,). Est, It Tears. DR. FISK ELGIN, SPECIALIST, Ua removed hi office to LS5 Ta. ate. nw. For cnvaznctit tall Main (416. j7STe d in M.ndaj's. Herald. ILL SIMK KIND I'Mt&ON HELI A POOR old vtmun abcut to be diipcc9i for noo rajmfnt cf rent Any amount, no matter how fnnB. wHl help. VOX . Herald office. xttcc PATW Manicuring and Scalri mioa 1A1I Treatment. 716 Tth at. N. IV.. Apt. 1. Phone Main 742.1. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVEKTExa.A; siREET. OVER 30 TEARS' 57Tb5grSX& and Special Diseases of Urn and Wnmet. Means Health to You If Xou Saaet troni Catarrh. Obcsltr. stbeumausa. Ccawtlpatloa. piles. Throat. Lanes Brain Uran. Blood and 3xl Dswaaes. .Senous LTtahtj. Kldntj Dlarasat, Blail cer Trembles, "neon.- Blood Pausoiiuis. KrupUcua, Llerrs sn4 Ab Pritata Inacasas Cttrad far Ufa or Eats Methods. . Charges Low. aLed'cme ilinuited. COKSULTAl'iOXi isiEE, Private Waiting Boom for Ladles. Utile. Hoara, to T. to a. Hnrdaj. 11 to Lt MISS WiJaLS ESr8J?" Tn fc nv. S3 q s an. ADaTDavaat t. thirg aSotv. NOTICES ArtUUlai tawOa srid eoomeW Band Disaionas aaa jeweiry oanmi Cb . riss. i v . - . r aaiatea .K lZ2k&M$mg&i a.iwSsatwij &..? a. -VZi Tw? 'J,".'war4i-J-. sS14r IS TV?