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THE ' WASHINGTON HERALD, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, ,1915.
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THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
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BY GEORGE MINER
Special Correspondent of Tie WukiagtoB Herald.
(Coprrlgbt. 1815. br the BtcClarc Newspaper Syndicate.)
New Tort. Dec U. Speaklnr about
Christmas dinners, the most elaborately
slmcle dinner I ever ate was one which
Mr. Lucius M. Boomer gave In honor
of Mr. Roy M. Bishop, of San tran
clsco. In the green room of the McAlpin.
New York City, the other night. Mr.
Bishop is the manager of the Palace
and the Fairmont hotels in San Fran
cisco, and so Mr. Boomer was Just going
to show him a few things. That's why
the dinner was given. You know San
Francisco always brags about what won
derful food It has.
Hence sBoomer to the rescue of the
East, and to put a dent in Bishop's food
ideas. He did. He also took the pre
caution of haIng witnesses. He sum
moned a score of eclcures to the taDie
side. Including Mr. Hill, the president of
the American Tobacco Company, in case
any ouestion arose about the cigars.
Among the Missing-.
It was a man's dinner. There was no
sickly looking yellow grape fruit witn a
red. artificial cherry stuck in Its mid
dle like a bull's eye. You know those
maraschino cherries are all manufactur
ed. There were no sad. pale-gray oys
ters swimming in ice water. There was
no fllet of sole lying helpless and drown
ed under a white sauce that makes ex
cellent paste when it gets cold. No slices
of cold-storage spring lamb, oozing thaw-ed-out
blood and smelling like a butcher
shop. No pathetic little squab, lying on
a queer-looking piece of toast, with Its
bent knees pointing to heaven and which
turns out to consist of drled-up skin
and 1.746 tough little bones. Ne sherbet
that makes your teeth ache and is
neither ice cream nor real booze. No,
none of those things.
But there were four courses, and only
four. They were green turtle soup, with
the turtle in it. not Just consomme:
stewed terrapin that as mostly terrapin
and not mostly gravy and bones: breasts
of canvasbaek ducks with a salad of
asparagus, celery and truffles, and then
ice cream with hot cherries out of a
chafing dish. The cigars came out of tin
oases, not nooden boxes.
Mr. Bishop went to Washington the
next day. He did not say a nortf about
"sand dabs" or "Los Angeles melons.
Hotel Life In Stories.
The McAlpin Is making a stronK bid
for South American trade. To that end.
t . inctolu a telpnrinne operator and
bellboys who speak Spanish. Also, they
have a moving picture iiini mane
ing the operation of the hotel and a lit
tle of seeing New York to take the ad
vertising curse off. which l to be ex
hibited In various places in South Amer-
This idea impressed Mr. Bishop so
much that he proposes to have films
M...1.. ..e 1.1 ti.n Vrannsfn liotclft and ex
hibit them on the steamers when they
get to running around tnrougn me canai
again.
The war has given a lot of people on
Nbw-York-Day-By- Day
OOMSINTYRE.
Hi
Special Correspondent of The Washington Herald.
New York. Dec. -1- The Eden Musee
is now a thing of the past. The shutters
have been closed on the famous Twenty
third street wax palace. Heroic efforts
were made to keep the place going, but
only a few people visited each day and
not enough money was taken in to pay
the ticket chopper.
In New York the Musee was never the
institution that Mme. Tussaud's Is In
London, for the reason that Americans
evidently have not tne same veneration
for institutions that English people have.
The Eden Musee figures hae been sold
at auction. Col. Bill Barnes and CoL
T. Roosevelt have been put on the auc
tion block. It has been suggested by
some cruel Joker that they be exchanged
as Christmas gifts.
The wax figure of former Gov. Plain
Old Bill Sulzer was first to be auction
ed ofT. The person who bought him
got that long lock of hair, the famous
alapaca coat and all that is, except the
ever present cud of tobacco.
The polson-pcn experts are giving the
Secret Service men real work to do In
New York. For many months they have
been quite busy dashing off fiery epistles
to young debutantes about to take mates.
Their pens are dripping with sulphuric
acid, and several weddings have been
' postponed as a result.
l Many of the letters have been traced
to two inmates of the State Insane Asy
lum, but others are said to have come
from the fashionable Fifth avenue dis
trict. Th language used in the letters Is un
speakable, and the offenses charged are
such as. might disgust and horrify a
young girl about to be married beyond
exrireaaion.
The Thirteen Club those brave, hardy
spirit -who scorn at superstitions held
Its Annual banquet this week ml the
'M vcry, very J
SORRX To ttrvt
I ME.T YOU HOPE )
IT NEVER OCCURS
OgfflMsJ
the other side a chance to get square on
personal grievances. Charles Gould, who
landed from the Eapagne looking like a
sunburst, freely told me how he took
advantage of It. Gould comes from To
ronto, but for several years he has been
doing a banking business in Brussels.
Naturaly. his business stopped with the
war.
"There was a fellow In Brussels named
Becker who cheated me out of ten thou
sand dollars." said Mr. Gould. "I vowed
I'd get even with him. I knew that he
was a German and that his partner was
a German also. I had some business
with the English government soon after
the Germans captured Belgium, and went
to London. Imagine my surprise to find
Becker sitting in an anteroom of nte
home office. I asked him what he was
doing there, and he said. 'Oh, I'm a Bel
gian, you know. I'm a refugee.'
" 'Where's your partner? I asked.
"Otto? Oh, he's at The Hague."
, JMhI 4nra. Intlf. frtl- 1Y1A to OUt tWO
'and two together and smell a rat. I call
ed up the intelligence department and
told them what I wanted. Within two
hours Mr. Becker was In a- detention
camp and he has been Interned there
ever since, where he can't send any com
munication to Otto. I'll bet he will never
Cheat me out of J10.O00 again."
Mr. Gould says mat t-ans nan tui u-
to almost normal conditions again In
many respects. The theaters arc all open
and the cafes running as usual. It has
become used to the war, wnne jxnaon is
lust beginning to feel It and is now In the
sad. self-denial and gloomy stages.
Stationery Very Scarce.
I am told that one or the great lacks
ln Ta-I lttt nnv ta ntntloncrv supplies.
Paper, envelopes and pencils are getting
very scarce and high priced. It is im
possible to buy an indelible pencil there.
It was suggested that a live American
could make a lot of money by a quick
shipment of merchandise of this char
acter.
Mr tlorrtt Marftnrvie hjLK lost his $100
wrapper, it wasn't a wrapper to keep
him warm, but one ne useu 10 kccii a
.-.... .lt ne hilTs warm Mr. MarGsrvte
Is big. good natured. fond of a Joke and
afflicted America with the reproduction
of the Johnstown flood. The other night
he was pretending to be broke, and then
pulling out this roll of bills big enough
to choke TeVddy. with Its J100 wrapper on.
The next morning the wrapper was gone.
Mr MacGarvie used to live in Mexico
and the Southwest and contracted a
habit of always hiding part of his roll
when he went to bed not all of it. for
then a thief would know that It bad been
hidden and make a searcn.
........ .11 1.a ..a. PAmamli.i is Irtat tti,
other night it occurred to him that he
sould hide that $100 wrapper. To save
his soul he can't remember where he hid
I 11. Sine unAnt la-n itilVll TnofctniT In
every conceivable place and still It's not
discovered, res, ne looaea in nis sock.
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Hotel Majestic Thirteen scoffers sat at
each table and split salt with reckless
abandon. The toastmaster sat under a
ladder all evening and every known su
perstitions was defied that is. except by
one guest going home. It being 3 a. m.,
he took off his shoes before entering his
house. Still that may not have been su
perstltlon Just self-preservation.
A new sound-proof studio for musi
cians has been erected In West Sixty
seventh street. The building will have a
frontage of seventy-five feet, eight floors
and about twenty-four apartments. In
each apartment the occupant may beat
a helpless piano to shreds and tear nis
hair out by the roots afterward without
his neighbor suspecting an Innocent mur
der.
The guilders have agreed that they
will forfeit a sum of regular money If
a brass band, playing in one apartment.
can be heard in another. Ten blocks
lower downtown on Fifty-seventh street
a new dancing studio is being erected by
Louis H. Challf.
It will be of white marble and the
floors to be placed by a man who con
tracted to do It, not by the foot, but by
the square Inch. ,
No one knew there was a Scottish col
lege in America until the Scottish Home
Rule Society held its annual meeting
here this week. The Scottish College is
located in North Carolina and Is known
as the Flora McDonald College. Dr.
Charles C. Vardell. Its president, was the
guest of honor. After discovering the
Scottish College It was discovered that
no one knew of the plant for home rule
in Scotland. Life in New York Is Just
one discovery alter another. A promt
ncnt banker awakened the other morning
on his Long -Island estate to discover
that his wife was about three hours
away from home with the head butler
and going last.
LOST AND FOUND.
U.IT-AT UK NEAR WOODWARD AND LOTH
roV Thuradar noon. rwrfcage ctmUlning watch,
flirty raior box and twi articles bearing Kauri's
mark. In trarellng cur. Liberal reward. Lieut.
THrnBElt. Fort Mjer. Va.
LOST-WORKING UIIIL U13T POCKETBOOK
en lllli t. car, nooniins cf ler. Zi. I'kaar rrturn
t, 1344 Kiss at. nw.
M)U.S1-1'UUK: MMALI. HUM.
DOV. Bona Kids.
H. 1). liOlt-
LUST-PUX TKUUIKB. WHITC UlltE-HAIRt-J.
wft!i on blirk sit on back and black and tan
around cars: lait fn on Connecticut ate. and 31
tt. LIBKIML REWAnD FOIt ANY INFORMA
TION leading: to the iibturn of 0 tat
to 173 II at. nw.
HELP WANIED MALE.
WANTED BOYS
FOR MESSENGER SERVICE
Apply WESTERN UNION TEL.
OFFICE. 1401 F st. N. W.
FOE SALE AUTOMOBILES.
LSM CAItS Kit MS KOUl MONTHS' Till A 1.
br niir icla! Llan. .Ml 1311 and mode!. Special
bargain. 1913 llttdnoi Six. oferhinkd and painted.
JCO. ailLl.Ul IIIHiS J I'lwc. H. ne.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
10O Unas WANTED AT ONCE: MUST HAVE,
brcK Can mate from P to 10 per dir. HS
i:tb nw.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
CONSULT ZANCIO.
HE NEVER DISAPPOINTS TOU.
ADVICE C.1VKN ON ALL AKFA1RS IN LUX.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
COMPLETE READING ONE DOLLAR.
Test seance Tuesday nights at I sharp. Develop
ing circle Krlday night. AH books on palmistry,
dream cards and mind readliuc for eale.
ZAM'IU PAHLOnS.
04 14th St. K. V. Phone Mfcla 44tt).
CASTILLO RttWiffi 50c
LOW FKK. Adfioe on al! butinru and domatlo
iffiira; brings barriK od rrrnore all trouble;
ntlsfartion; locaUd fur ihr winter it W " -i
comer 7th and F aw. LICENSED. Ilmw, 10 a. m.
to p. in.
1R Uinr
sisSS1
Ford touhincj cabs, n res boob; wmiti
cxtaaffeun. Phoae CoL 3tL
SENATE CHIEF PAGES
GET CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Fourteen Boys Dined by Vice Presi
dent Marshall "Movies" of
Group Are Taken.
The fourteen pnRes of the Senate
presented the chief page?. Joseph U.
O'Toole and U. A. Halsey. with Christ
mas sifts on the Capitol steps Thurs
day afternoon, after they had par
taken or h Christmas dinner as the
ruests of Vice President Marshall In
the Senate restaurant.
To llr. OToole the youths present
ed a handsome leather brief case. Mr.
O'Toole expects soon to be graduated
from Georgetown Law School, and will
And his Gift useful and practical. Mr.
Halsey as given a fine walking stick,
and he lost no time in breakin it In.
The boys felt att proud as members
of Congress when they beheld a small
army of "movie" men awaiting them
as they emerged on the Capitol steps.
The pictures were taken with the Vice
President In the midst of the boys.
The Christmas Kve dinner has be
come a tradition with the jounc legis
lative mexsengers. Mr. Marshall wel
comed each boy to the table with i.
handshake and a "merry Christmas.
Holly and flowers adorned the walls.
The menu included turkey, cranberry
sauce and mince pie.
SHORTAGE OF SHAD
IS SERIOUS PROBLEM
Fisheries Report Says More Than
Four Billion Young Fish and
Eggs Were Turned Out.
The annual report of the Commissioner
of Fisheries to the Secretary of Com
merce shows the number of 11th produced
and distributed v. as greater, and the cost
of production tier million less, thau In
any previous year. Fifty permanent
hatcheries and feventy-six subhatcherlcs,
auxiliaries and egg-collecting stations
have been conducted, find the output dur
ing the fiscal year 19l5 was over 4.0O0.U00.
000 young fish and eggs, an Increase of
more than 2U.O0O.O0O over the previous
year.
The marked diminution of the shad pre
sents a serious problem, according to the
Commissioner's report. Shad are caught
in every coast State from Maine to
Florida, and have for many years formed
a substantial contribution to the food
supply. Now. because of Inadequate pro
tection afforded the fish on their way
from the sea to the spawning grounds,
the supply Is being rapidly depleted.
HOME CLUB GIVES PLAY.
"A rerplexlntr Sltasttlon" Msiurd by
iHenbers of Organisation.
A large audience tilled the ballroom
of the Home Club on Monday night to
witness "A Perplexing Situation," the
first tno-act performance of the Home
Club players. The play was staged
under the direction of George H. Pal
mer, of the Poll Players. Mrs. Olive D.
Jonas rendered piano selections. O. W.
Goodwin, treasurer of the Home Club
Dialers, furnished the fun of the cen-
ing as "Uncle Kp, from Way Up Ken
try." Others In the cast were: Mrs. J.
Yager Hamilton, John McMechan, Miss
Charlotte Crawford. Miss Elsie Lancas
ter. Miss Edna Crawford, Thomas Schu
ler, T. O. Louden, S. H. Moyer. Miss
Mary P. Thyson. and Albert Jonas.
GERMAN ORPHANS GET GIFTS.
American Women Made Many Pres
ent In Berlin.
Berlin (wireless to SayvlIIe). Dec. ZL
Christmas gifts were given to M0 chil
dren of dead German soldiers by the
Ladies' Union of the American Church
ot Berlin today. The ceremonies took
place at the Church in Motz strasse.
The gifts were prepared by the Ameri
can somen themselves. Mrs. Gerard,
wife of the United States Ambassador,
made several personal donations. Large
sums were given by Mrs. Jacques Mayer.
Permitted Gambling; Fined.
A fine of STS was Imposed upon Saxper
Harlan, an employe of the city post
offlce, when-he was brought before Judge
Pugh Thursday on the charge of permit
ting a gaming table to be set up at his
home. 700 E street southeast. Assistant
United States Attorney Ralph Given, who
prosecuted the case, informed Judge
Pugh that in the future he would ask a
Jail sentence in surJi cases lnataad oX a
AUCTION SALES.
THOS. J. OWEN SON, Auctionettm,
TBUSTEE'8 SALE OrTiLCABLr IMPROVED
real estate. No. MS Fourth afreet aortbrut. Br
virtue of a decrc of the Sapreme Court of the
District of Columbia, in rouitr cause No. 310. 1
will sell at public auction lu front of the praises
nn THURSDAY. THE, CTH DAT OP JANTJABT.
Kit. at 4 o'clock p. m.. lot SI In Thomas W. Smith
and James H. Marr's subdivision of lota hi square
13 in tbe atr of Washington. Diatrict of Colum
bia, as rr rlat recorded Is Liber No. It. folia U
of the records of the aorreior'a office of said Dis
trict, together with the Improvement! thereon, eon
klalltie; of a thrre-etorj brick dwelling.
Terms of sale: All In eieess of ineombrancs of
$1,800. with accumulated interest and taxes, sabject
to which the property kf to be sold, to be paid one
third cash. baUnos In one and two rears with In
terest at per cent per anomn. larable semi an
nually, secured upon the rropertr sold, or all cash
at purchsser's option. Deposit of 1100 required at
Vc. Terms to be compiled with in fifteen dsrs from
day of sale or property will be resold at risk and
cost of defaultinc purchsacr afar Ave dais' adrer-tis-meot.
Conveyancing and recording; at pur
chairr'a coat. Further particulars st time of sale.
W I.LI AM V. MILLAN. Trustee. Columbian Build
ins. d4dex-sah
DOGS. BIRDS, POULTRY.
Itmf fclCElVID-SlNOlNQ CAMAS1U. PAsV
rota. Dogs, Cats. IlabblU. Guinea P1s. OoUlss.
Aooarlusss ad remedies for all kinds of pets. Mat
tar catalogue. Taxidermy la U Its tcuckaa,
HCHU1U-3 PET EUPOBIDII.
tlS Twelfth street northwest
MOVING, PACKINO. ST0BI10.
stT. wssWwssiwa sfsstw tasfasea
sis, N. S34S or I.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
STORAGE CO 91 a.
Niikt pk. it. mm .
BUSINESS ANNOUtlCEMENTS
ICE BOXES AMD REVKIQERATORS.
McCRAY REFRIGERATORS
And Co!ln Room An Uaeejaalww.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
i en f st. n. w.
Vacuum Cleanine, 13.50 Per Day.
With expert operator. Band or tkctris desners
for rent. 11 per day.
NATIONAL VACUUM SALES CO..
MAIN S5. TH AND D STS. X. W.
rlANO TUNING.
CORRECT TUNING. SUB. WORK OUABAK
teed. Many scans at Weber and SUUwsy rasts
rles. New Tork. T. UOLVIESON. m NorU
CaroUns sve. DC Pbone Ua. 38HL
IIATTRESSEB AND BOX SPRINOS.
rtlAIOVAtTipECIAL.
llartress renovated and remade, equal to new. M
low ss U. Called foe and delivered. CAPITOL
BEDDING CO, 4U-U O sL n.w Phoae IL UU.
PAINTINU AND PAPERUANCINO.
WALL. PAPER. 10c 15c. 35c. AND 58e
paper, 5c and 10c per piece: rooms pa
pered II up. Plastering and patntina: of
all kinds. LB PREUX. 107 P at. nw.
Phona N. 4ST0.
WINDOW CLEANING.
PHONB M. IUS TO HAVE TOCU WINDOWS
cJeened. Acme Window CktsBlac Cow ssl O BV.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Th most unust'al collection of Its
kind In Washington can be rn t
PETERSEN'S
etjitiqiij-nnd mad Jiwclrr &ar Curio.
1121 F. ACROSS FROM WILLARD nOTCL.
THK ANNUAL MEETINO OP THE STOCK
hidera of tbe Wanhinfton Market Comrmny will
1 held in Oie office c the cumrwny. in tbe Seventh
street wine nf Center Market, in the City of Wash
inston. I. '.. at 12 o'clock Duon on the nilMT
MONDAY, brinz the 3rd day of January. !:. for
the etioire of thirteen directvs to serve the crmiuis
3esr and to art on any other subject within the
rover of the corporation that may be brouxht before
the meetins. FRANK G. WILKINS. 8ccreUry.
Washington. D. C ncrmber 15. UU.
HOLIDAY BREAKFASTS
MILLER'S I
SELF-RISING
BUCKWHEAT
are bound t te enjoyable meals
if the hot caste arc maJe ith
MILIiER'S FKI.F RISIMS
HU'KWHEAT. If CENUINB
borkw lit at-
At ;nTr- No Corsurom SorT-ifS
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
UhoUwIe .nfr 11th acd M Sty S. E.
CUT THIS OUT
This ad will t iw-I for a diaronnt of S vm cent
tu any one ha id; elrtrkal work dooe by m befort
December 1. 1913. (JoiM on one job enlj.
L C. LUCAS, JR.,
Electrical Con true or. OST H St. IV. W.
Nothing la oo Small cr Too Laric
hon Main 50t3 Day or Sight.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
DO.NT TUItoW lOUit OLD tKlXT) MAT
TnE.SriS AWAY. WE WIIA BUY THEM
FnOM OU AND PAT TOC A GOOD pmct
WE AL WANT FEATHER BKU3. WB1TS
OR PnO.NE TO THE SQDARE DEAL FUIWI
TCRB CO SCt ETE ST. NW. MAIN St
PERSONALS.
WUItKINUMEN-MERRY CHRISTMAg. AND
hor the "kids" remembered "Pap" in the food
old waj. WU1 look for )uu next vecs. One price.
JL'HTirS OUD STAND. (19 D.
DR. FISK ELGIN, SPECIALIST,
as ronoied bis offices to 1233 Pa. sie. B. tflt
Bss i
esmemeDts cslt sialn KH
XirSee sd. in Sudas's HaraM.
TlinVIIE SPECIALS: BXl HEALTH ntlll
I Mixture. 3c; Tro-kss. stop couth, ticklish tiros!.
loc. flair ureter romaar. ne; Jfcautj 1'ovaer. IM;
Admrratioo PnfoBt. 3c; Rare Healta Herbs, ts.
18 :th st aw.
MISS CAIN Mantcurlnc ana Seals
mioa Uttxn Treatment- 71 7th T
N. W, Apt. 1. Pbona Main 742S.
DR. REED
I SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH SIKEET.
flVFH ?0 YRA1W Socreasful Prartie in tbe
UIrL . " 7 .P"" o( "aonlc. Nerrooi
and Special Diseases of Men sad Women.
Means Health to Ton If Ton Suffer
ran Laiarrn. uoesiar linromauam. ConsUpstloa.
I IJIea. Throat, Lotus, Brain. Heart, BtoM and 3ki
I Diseases. Nerrou. Debtlltr, Kidnrj Diseases. Blsd-
car xrDDOies. apeasc Ulooa foisontaf Eruptwns.
Wcera sndAU Pniata Diseases Cured bar Life bj
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FBEE.
Private Waiting Boom for Ladies.
Of nee Hours. Mto t. Z to Sondar. M to B.
NOTICE! Artificial teeth and second-
hand Diamonds and Jewelry bought.
LanU Abrafcasaa. 815 C. Op. Pat. Ottless,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-PIANO BARflAIN. NEW. BEST
mske. Ss-note. 30 roles. Cost me 60. vlll ddirer
for (CO. Cub. Call M. 368. See it at once. Leasing
IT. CO.NWEtX. 1100 R st nw.
MONET TO LOAN.
SfONET TO LOAM ON REAL EST AT B
tm BcaU and larsT aumsV All transsjfi
tlons cvnducte.1 withoconomlcal consid
eration tor borrowers. WM. H. 8AUN
T1KTIB V .. Kouthern Bld- SOT llth it
MONK! TO LOAN on approved city raal
tat at lowest currant ratsa: spaeUl
prlvUeses with respect to prior paymsnta
Tylr A RutoTfor Inc. UJS M.
FOR BENT HOUSES.
a R. ST. VW.-SIX ItOOMS AND BATH.
N'En.T PAPERED ASD PAINTED:
nOT-WATETt HEAT. CONVENIENT TO
CAR IJNES. KSM. RENT TO COM
MENCE ON JANUARY U. WrS.
ARTHUR CARR.
1101 13 8T. NW.
O ST. NB.-rOUR ROOMS AND BATH. HOT I
mA snld ssUm: rani , fit llsa.Asisas. In issa
wS&BT
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
HECK. HOWAIlll a A CO..
Crrtilkd rnbile Accrnetssts.
Rises Bkls. Mils SB.
SlJllJ.S TII'PIJIMAN.
Certified Piillle AceounUnt,
130 th Bt. N. W. rost-OlBce Box 11C
WILLIAM CLARAUUH,
Bond BaiUinc
Slain
MACIIKN AUUIT) COIU'ANT,
ruWic ARumtarits. til; 8oathera BH.
Main
MABWICK. MITC1UXU PBAT A
Wcodirird BuiWirf.
Mala XX.
f
ADDLNQ MACHINES.
BURItllKJHli ADDING MACHINE.
(16 14th st. nw. Eo.nliible BuiViiag.
Mata rt.
ADDING & CALCULATING
MACHINES.
KLT "TARR3NTiiANUKACTURIMl ttt..
J. M. rurnss, Msoscer.
MS P st. nw. Mala SO.
ADDRESSING MACHINES.
ADDltESSOOKArn ooxpant.
701 lOtb jt, aw.
Malp ttOO-tSOI.
ADVERTISING AGENTS.
BENJAMIN'-RICKARD ADVERTISING CO,
Newaparer. Marasln. Afri. Msll Order AT.
BU N. T. ar.' aw. Mala ltU.
GARDNER JOHNSON.
"AdmtUers" Bertlra Btrrean. ErcBins Star BMa
Main 155. .
J. BALE POSTON. INC,
UU New Test it. nw.
Mast '.CM.
ADVERTISING NOVELTIES.
SIslMUNS-r'AL'ljT COMrANT.
Osleodars, Blotters. Fsna. Noeeltles.
J10 Keeoia Bids. Mala ftlt.
ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTORS.
K. M. KOSACK.
jWocd Oaner. CS lah sL aw.
Msia SStl.
ARTISTIC WIRE WORKS.
JOSEPH BARANEK.
O K sli aw.
Lhmln Cil.
artists and; painters
SUPPLIES.
UEOIIUE r. MLTH A CO.,
Ill Tth at nw.
Msia CM atd OR.
ASBESTOS PRODUCTS.
COLUMBIA COVEIUXR COMrANT.
KB Hth st nw.
North IKS.
AUTO HIRING COMPANIES.
CENTRAL AUTO KEKVICB COMPANY.
Rear 1ST O ft. nw.
North 3CJ0.
E 1! R M A N T R O C T.
UW Prrrr place.
Columbia to-
CArtTObTAXI hERVlCE.
US snd 1L51 hour.
KS E St. nw. Mala S999.
T U L O l O it e. ' r L I T T.
53 Q st. iw.
North no for Itstee.
AUCTIONEERS.
ADAM WEqULER.
C2 PennsyUsnis I are. nw.
Main JSt.
BEAUTT PAilLORS.
MRS. RUTH CUMBERS.
Scalp Treatment and Tarlal Masssse.
1S Von rt. North 5i
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
R. V. ANDREWS PAPER CO..
KT3J1 Wis St. nw.
Msln 3TO.
BOOK DEALERS.
B It K N T A N O ' S.
130 F a. nw.
Msln fU
BREWERS.
"THE Ut.IUl.lK iRKWINO CO,
1st snd II sts. sr.
tJsrolrl KX.
BRICK (FACE AND COMMON).
WASHINGTON MLllATB BRIOS CO.
tojonoo nuiMies
Main 75T'.
BRICK SETTING FOR BOILERS.
C. H. 1.UENDEB.
SIT 13th at. nw.
Main 51i
LULLDERS.
"BLTLEU LANUMADE tORPORATlON,
MoGill Building.
Mto ttO.
IV. K. REEVE,
tS 13th at. nw.
Main nn.
CARPET CLEANING.
DANHAKL A DAVIS.
Mattreia Matini and Storing.
S3 I st nw. Lin. 23TX
WILLlAJd W. FOWLER.
-t VlrglnU si. se.
Uncola Ml.
A. W. MOON.
Carpet Lejing. llil V st. aw.
North tflA
CABINET MAKING, ETC.
CARL
VioorY.
;130 Mount Pleasant at.
CotambU 54.
CONFECnONERT AND PASTRT.
BATTAGU.M A CO..
1TJ1 V at. nw.
North EI.
CORSET MANUFACTURERS.
PATNS'S COUBET SHOP.
rm o st. aw.
Main tXi
ROOMS FOB RENT.
rUHMSIIED.
iETem st. nw.-thri:e very desirable.
alcelr nimished rooms, ctnclrte for light bouse-
keeping.
CJ B ST. NE.-LARi:E. BE.1UTIFULLV FUR.
nished front room with slcore. southern exposure.
t:2: also, a middle and bark room. Hot-water best
and telephone. Rooms on second floor near bath.
ETa K ST. NW.-SINGLB ROOMS. IN WELL
bested home: plenty of hot water.
DIED.
MOL.KK Pentalpha l-odse. No. B. K. A.
A. M. A special communication is
called at Masonic Temple. Thirteenth
street and New York avenue north,
west, at 1:13 p. m.. Sunday. December
2S, ISIS, for the purpose or attending
the funeral of Brother HOWARD G.
MOLER.
Services will be held at 4$ New Tork
avenue northwest, at I p. m. A. R.
It. ONTUN, Master. I. B. FIELD,
Secretary.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS.
Of KratT DescrtptJon-Moderatel Pries
GUDE,
E
COAL AND WOOD.
It. J. fc 11- C UKACfc.
Wboletsle snd Retail, tth A F eta. ne.
Liacola SK
AlrrilUIt A. LITHUUW.
feed. Xa M si. se.
Main H
ALBERT E. NORTON,
IBM llth at. ae.
Uncola 473.
B. POWELL.
13B It at. nw.
North tO.
C REYNOLDS,
II II u. ne.
Lincoln 3913.
X
E. ROSE.
113 Tth It. ee.
Lincoln W0.
BINALD1 VUOTHER3,
ail Tth at aw.
North UU.
W. It.
HTONE.
to r st.- aw.
North HJ.
CONFECTIONERS.
FRED ALBRECHT.
Hi Pennjlisnia ae. se.
Lincoln CX
"BALsSELL'tl FINK HOMEMADE CANDY,
XX Itth at. nw.
CoIumbU T1.
U. J. A A. H.
BOYLE.
1000 U st. nw.
North TBI.
toANAB BHOTHEHS.
Itth A It St. aw.
North aex
MRS. M. BLAIR.
3X1) Itth at. nw.
Columbia UX
JOHN DOUNIM.
Ullxi llth st. nw.
N'rrth at
COSTUMERS.
It. F. BICKERTON.
Ill Hth it. nw.: eenmd Boor.
Main X9L
CHAUTAUQUA BUREAUS.
ItADCLlFF CHAIT.lL'qtA BUREAU.
Ereninc hlar Building.
Main Tias.
CHIROPODISTS.
DR. L. It. i-OLLAIID.
1330 llth st. nw.
North 3113.
DAIRIES.
JERSEY HAIRY.
HO K sU nw.
Main ICC
DECORATORS.
PAUL HARNETT.
Si n st. nw.
Unroln 319 J.
DELICATESSEN.
HOME CAl'K AND DELICATEthEN,
na 15th st. nw.
North 3C.
K. M. LILEa.
ZHS llth st. nw.
Columns 3361.
' HOR.lCt. E. I.KU3IAN.
Frwh Mratt. :KK llth at.
ColumbU 3ST7.
DENTISTS.
Hit. PATTtlN A DR. LUINARD.
IIT O st. nw Main 15.
Seonod Floe. Prices KeasonaMe.
THE ACJIE DENTISTS,
XT :th t. nw.
Main 3.A
b. B. JUIINlTUN.
Jih snd O ts; nw.
Main in.
DETECTIVES.
BRADI1HIDS DETECTIVE SERVICE.
boulhern Bids. ITone Main SS.
EKabll.bM orer thirtr rears.
BRADFORD". DKrt.lTll L bEIllllX,
Soutiera BWg. I"hoe Main 33. Retreeiatlrg Na
tional Retail Mcrchanta- ITolertUe Alliance.
llItAllrllllD Hl-rnTIVt. -"KRIICE.
Southern P.mkiiEg Plicne Mam S3.
The Mrtice that mats mere tit doea more.
IlR.lDFORD-. HETUTIl I. SERVICE.
Southern BWs. I'hone Slain SS. A a-Jprrioe "t
I., the ordinary intate- dtvtie agnrr gnaraniasq.
ttltADtDltll.s Di.Tl.lTIH. SERVICE.
Souttem Ituildinj. mooe Main --
freirn Trliate rnramttinj nxuns.
WILLIAM E. M.1TT1NGLY,
Tl.vwl tlnll.tinP.
Her. Main rtT: night. Uncoln 3P.
"R. H. ItEEIt IiCTLCWL AGENCY.
VA 5th st. nw.
Msm 6111
RULLU11 KtTTEITIlB AlJENCY.
Usihtogtcn Loan A Tnsrt Buildirg.
liar. Main ICI. night, llrst 35T.
DRESSMAKERS.
PROF. UllNUSTON.
Established 3) Years. 1113 U at. aw.
Main sTT.
DRT GOODS AND NOTIONS.
L. KEBOES.
Tsdor and Drff Supplies.
:l nth at. nw. Main llfl.
DUPnCATE KETS.
EDWARD U TURNER.
130T H at. nw.
Main 153.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND
ENGINEERS.
F. J LUSBY A CO..
Woodward Building.
Main T7K.
IZiECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
THE CARROLL ELECTRIC CO.,
Jobbers of Eleclriesl SnrpUes.
311 tah st. Main TXB.
EMPLOTMEET AGENCIES.
U. S. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
tth and E sts. nw.
Main 113.
ENGRAVERS.
MAURICE JOICE ENGRAVING CO..
Stir Building.
Main 3133.
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
vnl lYIniLa rillPANY.
Padded Vans. Prices reaionsble.
IBS 13th st. nw. North S3.
FLORISTS.
OEUItGK C SHAFFER,
900 llth at.
Main TI1C.
J. H. SMALL A bONrl. 13th and H Ma. nw.
Weldorf-Aetoria, and IIS3 Bmadwar. !. T.
Main lH 5.
FILM MANUFACTURERS.
ItlLO.MAI. FUJI COMPAAY.
Motion Pictures Made for Theaters.
C3 F at. nw. Room 109. Main Clt.
FILING AND LOOSE LEAF DEVICES
R. P. ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY.
T3-341 13th at. nw.
Main TflL
FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES.
WELLWO RTH'8.
110 llth rt. nw.
North ST3.
FRUITS.
"FLORIDA FBU1T COMPANY,
Fruits. Vegetables. Greens.
AressfmsUcM. CoL iCA
j j,
FL0RLSIS.
C. E. BROOKS.
OS !llb. snd llth and l'lrk road.
North HO and CoL Ci.
MltM. N. J. HODGE.
i E. Ca?. st.
Uncola 9E5T-W.
GRAF0N0LAS AND SEWING
MACHINES.
RICHAKD H. REAMY.
Columbia Crsfonolss snd Sewing Machine f pairing.
BJ Pa. se. se. Un. 3tTt
TAILORS.
VINCENT JUUA.NO CO..
Ipaitirg and Prcwing.
3)0 R. I. aie. nw. North Jeoj.
GARAGES.
C. H. STOCKTON.
na zui nw.
West IS and Residence N. TO.
bTEbLE tiAR.HJE.
Rrishing snd Morsgr.
Ot Ith st. nw. Msln MA
GARAGES AND REPAIRS.
.1. UNDEHUOOD.
Rear im llth at. nw.
Nrelb ac
SEWING MACHINE.
hlMJER iEINO MACHINES. C E. HARRIS.
Manager. New and Used Machines. Sale or Rest.
313 I'a. are. ee. Lis. ITS.
HAIR GOODS AND HAIR DRESSING.
iai-M. richo:
.V-ltl
tit llth It.
Msln 3
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
ENTERPRISE HARDWARE COMPANY.
Trj Our Floor Oil. Sc Gallon.
t? tth st. nw. Main 3Dfl.
HAIR DRESSING.
C U 31 it 1 N s.
las Con. Ate. North U0T.
1S5 I'onn. Are. Nurth S1T.
.Mls LI LA RUIN.
Rooms. K&G Kenobt Bldg.
3iin nrs.
HAT REPAIRING.
NATIONAL HAT SnOP.
rs tth st. nw.
.Main rXT-W.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
D. U. JOHNSON COMPANY.
Rent Howes. 13 H at.
Msm 1.-3.
ICE CREAM AND ICES.
MII.I.IAM II ItlibE.
103 at .t. rw.
t 3F?.
INSURANCE.
TlluMAS A. Ultr.KN.
Southern Bnllding.
tain 913.
JEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, AND
STATIONERS.
A. O. HUTTERLY.
sTJ llth st. nw.
Msln C36
BUtlit A witimoitc.
llth snd r . nw
Main C45.
It. IllRltl- A i O.
n Tth st. nw.
Main S3.
LAUNDRIES.
WEST END LAUNDRY tEstaWlsrted 18S5).
1733-S Prnnatlrania ale.
Main ST.
LOCKSMITHING AND BELL
HANGERS.
R E. KI'UILINR.
Sdal Price to Real Erfate Acenta.
al C Caintol itt. Un TZS.
MESSENGER COMPANIES.
A. B. C. MIX'-KNGEIl fcEltl ICE.
901 G st. nw.
Main SI33.
.00 MI.'-.-E.NGER SUIIILE.
SM F at. r.w.
Main STt.
M0T0RCTCLES AND BICTCLES.
HAVERIXIRD CYCLE CO.
S3 Itth st. nw.
Main 303.
MOVING, PACKING AND STORING.
SMITH'S TRANSFER.
SI J si at. nw.
North SW Night N (OS.
OFFICE FURNITURE AND
SUPPLIES.
II P. ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY.
TIT 30-3 13th sr. nw.
Main 3IJ5.
PAINTS, OILS, AND GLASS.
F ANDREWS.
1M llth ft.
North a-.
j j. cvniuiTH.
X I': . .
Main 1T9SJ.
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS.
U. P. ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY.
-331 13th rt. nw.
Main 235.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS.
ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY.
TS:v31 Kth at. nw.
Main :i35.
PAPER AND W00DENWARE.
FltEEDMAN SONS.
618 K st. nw
Main T33I.
PIANCS AND PHONOGRAPHS.
JUtXG PIANO COMPANY.
Plater-llanos. 13th and G its.
Main S36.
PLUMBERS AND GASFITTERS.
C.lSKt 4: CO
Plumbert. btcamntteis snd Ttoofrn.
32CT Hth at. CoL 135.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
3IODEL PIIINTINi; COMPANY.
Rook ami Job Printing.
1135 Yi t nw. Nnrth IOI.
PRINTUt DARLING tit. II I.
"Painless ITiees." "Sign i.f the DetiL"
TIC 1 th st Main 1T3.
REAL ESTATE.
JOHN F. DONOHOE A SON.
311 Pennsilianis aie. se.
Uncoln M.
JAMK- M. WOODWARD.
T3 9th at. aw.
Main Sett.
CHAS. 8. .MUIR A CO.. REAL ESTATE. LOANS
and Insunce. K,tatra csrcfoilr msnaged. M.
CIS. 1103 N. V. aie. nw,
JOHNSON'S FOREIGN AND A.'Ol ICA.N REAL
.bTATC t;.fJIIA:M,r.. TJb i'j. aie
M. 330.
RUG REPAIRERS.
E. A. BAUAN.
A'ortheut cor. 17th and O stA
startB att.
:oooooooooooooooooooooaoooc
"RADIATOR AND FENDER
REPAIRS)
ALBERT IHIUENSON.
Cth snd D sts. sw.
Main SET.
RESTAURANTS.
THE PURE FOOD 8HOP.
319 llth st. nw.
Columbia, SW.
SEA FOOD AND GAME.
E. TlIOMtORDT.
Center Msitet Onl.
Msln SOITI
SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS.
V. D. ROSEN.
Room 303 4 Kenois Bldg.
31. in 33
SKIN SPECIALISTS.
MRS. EUZAUETH DAV19.
3larixoello Sjftcm.
T33 llth st. Main Jill.
Mls- 3IARHARET SCHEETZE.
Elee. Violet Raja. Facial and Scalp Trcatmeat.
Hth and 13 its. nw. Mali ItC
SHOE MAKERS.
THE sllor. DOCTOIt.
Shoes 3lad to Order.
S13 E. Capitol at.
SPECIALISTS.
DR. HnK ELGIN.
1333 Pa are. nw.
Mam 80 A
DR. G. N. PATETTE.
Kenois BUg.. llth and G sts. a.
Msln SO. Ree. N. TTU.
STATI0NERT & OFFICE SUPPLTEc
C E. GOULD.
Colorado Boriii'g.
Main 1I
STONE & GENERAL CONTRACTORS
l. U CllRKE.
3IIS Proepect ate. nw.
llrst 1010.
LADIES' AS GEXTE' TAILORS.
GEO. B. HUNT.
Irjeirg. lVanto and Retvir.rg.
Crenr Vermont are. and U at.
P. IS. GIBSON.
Iieiog. Cleaning. Altermg.
TIJ T a. nw. North 13ST-1V.
A. GOLDMAN.
Cleaning. I'renMng and Altering.
K3 B st. se. Un. IM-W.
TATARS AND LMPOKTERS.
s. J. SHEERS.
Skirts Made to Order. -. EiperL
CIS G st. Main He.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
TERRY BROS..
We Sieiabze in Alterations.
tth and E. fapittl ett In CS.
TAXICABS.
iEL'EUAL TAXICAB COMPANY.
S3 13th n. nw.
Mali aim.
UNDERTAKERS AND EaTBALMERS.
FLOlD SMITH.
Washington's Progresire Undertakrr.
33 H it nw. Lin. TIL
w i. It A 1 s o N.
Embalming a Specialty.
SO FWide se. n. N. 4SU
UAIt.NEs' L.NDEltTAKI.NG Est ABUSUMLN C.
Ill IS ft. sw.
Main 3300.
ttOliEKT CAMPBELL.
OS 3d at. iw.
Main 3U.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS SONS.
1311 Wisconsin are. nw.
West 9M.
Mlas RLTH 1MHNET.
Llery for Hire.
VJZ 3rd st. nw Mam 1T2
K. F. HlltlEl SONS.
1333 llth fct. nw.
North SSL
JOHN T. R11INES A CO.
Virgints Licen-e.
901 3rd it sw Main. 194.
W.lllll A THOMAS.
8X 3rd st. ..
M.m ;;?.
JOHN T STEWART.
30 H E ne.
Lincoln 33 ,
VACUUJI APPARATUS.
NATIONAL VACUUM l-ALKS COMPANY.
6th atyl D -4 nw.
Main 11V-
VACUUM CLEANERS.
I Act N.l MLE-. CO..
lire I'th -t rw.
North MO.
WAGON BUILDERS.
ACME W.li.o.N COMPANY.
Mrel Bottom Pumii Wag-xia.
310 1innflTaais aie. nw. Main 13T3.
WINDOW CLEANING.
ACME WINImiW CLL.1.N1.NG CO.
731 G st nw.
Mai- T191
WINDOW SHADES.
KLLEBLATT S.
Nonheart Comer of llth and n sts. ne.
Uco,n 33-W.
THE HADE SHOP.
'3111 -t
Mam 1STI.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
John morris,
WO I St. nw.
Nmh XIT
M MORRIS.
StX M v. nw.
West CO"
A. COLLI N.s.
Famile Trade a SpecLiHT
2t llth It. nw N. (31.
M. J MrHolliH.
Slclaltr. Mrlbrook R)e Whiilej.
1303 It n. ne. Un. iCX
O'H.INLON A 3ILRBAY.
I3S1 Tth t. nw.
North TO.
A. E. IIEITZEI
TXT
ro nth st.
Main 751.
WILLIAM CANNON."
1333T Tth rt. nw.
N'crth 533.
COSTELLO'3.
tth and G sts. nv.
Main 6333.
WILLIAM HALAM.
Groceries
133T 13d st. West Ttt.
MRS. N. Al. HAWKINS.
1310 til st. nw.
West TC.
&AMUEL W. HENRY.
I9T 1". aie. nw.
Main 1081.
HISTORIC iSlloollAKER'Sl. ESTTABLISHEC
ISol. THE bUOOSIAKER COMPANY. 1311 I
St. 31am ill?.
DENNIS J McCMlTHY.
Erana Ruddliig.,
1121 N. Y. aie. nw. Msia St:
l. Mccormick.
33T Pa. me. r.
Uncola 310.
M. V. MORANT
J)l I M it. nw.t
West 111.
P. F. NELLH
AST
1X3 llth St. nw.
North 13 and S3.
i: l:ir-E.NFEU.
SS li st. sw.
Msln gzjo.
XANDER A PLOUGET
131T Tth at nar.
jterta t
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