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MEMORIES OF
Cepysight. 191. by The NeCase Newos
Hal. Lad... AU rights reserved., a
eites et this article In whele or to
by speciai arrangemet with Th
WITH the passing of Arthur
Johnson, there closed in my
book of life a very tender
chapter, and unsteadily I write this
humble tribute because of the tears
that are in my eyes. He was one of
the most charming of men and the
-nost beloved of screen actors. With
that gracious, naive, whimsical hu
mor of the Irish, Arthur Johnson was
a lovable, grown-up boy and follow
ing in his wake there was always a
train of merry, smiling faces.
I met hint during those first days
of mine at the Biograph, when Mr.
Griffith made me his diminutive lead
ing woman. Billy Quirk, Arthur
Johnson and I were the triangle of
many two and one-reel comedies and
ramas. The best remembered of
these are "The Awakening," "The
Little School Teacher," "To Save Her
Soul," and "Twisted Trails."
None of these memories of yester
day is dinuned by veils of unrest or
d;econtent. We were a merry family
of children, as interested in the wel
THE
MOTOR GOSSIP
Ry ""W" RnOG AN.
If n , ar is not equipped with an
cutersion trouble lamp it is well to
: a,: among the accessories a pock
et 'ash amp. Io making repairs at
nrht' such an accessory is almost in
pensable. It Is not expensive, and
Ill pa) fr Itself many times over in
rice if much night driving is
necessary.
When the electric self-starting de
ve fails to start the engine after
r-sonnble time, the trouble- should
b iocated without delay. one cannot
expeCt too much from a small battery.
T lr-starter is not supposed to
ak he tgine indefinitely.
st me cars the brakes are Opel
a)ed cy able'. These cables should be
tspected frequently. At the points
h.-r- the cable makes angles strands
.f the cable will break. Very often
Shse point,, are not easily seen. After
S-'.mJ, r tw." of the cable has gone
t.e rest soon follow, with the result
to t the cable is liable to give way
w r.en most needed.
It nit infretently happens that
w hen an empty radiator is filled up and
L the car run a short distance the water
level will be found to have fallen con
siderably. though no overhauling has
occurrsl and no leak exists. The rea
Eon for this is that the water requires
enme little time to percolate through
the various restricted passages in the
coo:Ing .ystem, and a little "shaking
down" results in a falling of the level.
When a motor is hot care should be
taken not to pour cold water into the
cooling system too rapidly. When the
cold water strikes the overheated
y iinders it Is very apt to crack same.
due to the rapid contraction which
takes place.
When a car is newly painted care
hould be taken to remove any mud
or other foreign matter as quickly
as possible. If the mud is allowed
to stay on new paint overnight, it will
be difficult to remove the mud stain.
If these stains penetrate the varnish
it will be necessary to retouch such
places. After the varnish has become
thoroughly set there is not so much
danger.
A skid against a curb, or a quick
urn in a rut. may spring a wheel
out of true and result in a wabble
which will cause irreglar and rapid
wear on the tire. This will often ez
plain complaints of "a very poor
tire."
Any kind of paint Is not good tc
use for painting the cylinders. If yol
propose cleaning and painting the mo
tr. It is best to purchase and applya
spcal cylinder paint made for this
urpose. This can be obtained at mos
any supply store.
Spread common laundry soap on
arrow bandage of cloth and wral
he leaky pipe several thicknesses.
The inner tubes should never sticli
to the inside of the easing. If it does
so it means that not enough lubricant
has been used. Lnbricant Is fai
cheaper than good inner tubes.
Fred Prendergr'ast, next to his line al
Pierce ArrowS, loves baseball. The an
nouneeat that the season would ops
April 12 was gladsomn tidemg to hmE
The crack of the ash against the horse
hide i inusta to his ears.
The bue..t ..n in w--hngtS=. with
out a doubt, Is "'Dlck" Wheat,-'"***.*
oft the autoiBObie supply depatment c
Barber & Rose. When he Is net talkini
Stromberg earburaters he is salling
man anna ecesery.
Twg Dggd fro ha Ma3
ew York. Feb. 3-WIt twe death
lting froem the trI~oetrse that bat
the great liner ter' a week. tb
stehp New York deehed today fre
Livepool. Mfra. V. A. Wannae., et Wis
cheter, 2a.. wife et the secretary I
he General Eisetrie Cesepany, ws lean
dead ia her bulrthumi heart fLuru,
supwrtduced hy the waflewing of lb
-a.x_ -- a , .n m I I
YESTERDAY.
.Mr syadeate. matered at Statter
indng rights et tremelatle.. Pcubh
Fart le epreGay prohibted eseepi
a MeClure Newsaper yndliente.
fare and success of our fellow artists
as in our own planning, which met
with many stumbling blocks, I can
assure you. But as happiness within
is creative we radiated the joy of liv
ing so our neighbors could bask in
the sunshine which we gaily reflected.
Even at that, our days were often
April skied, and we sortowed because
of the empty chairs left by those who
would never return.
Great, jovial Bunny, who convulsed
the whole world with laughter, has
gone from our midst. Elmer Booth,
another gay comedian whom we all
loved dearly, was killed last sum
mer in an automobile accident in
California.
Called Back.
Many of the boys and girls I have
played with come no longer to the
studios, but we often see them when
an old film speeds on its course
again. You do not know how strange
it seems to us to see the merry antics
of a comedian upon the screen, to
hear the audience laugh around you
and applaud the humorous situations,
while over your own heart there lies
a pall of sorrow because you are
thinking of the actor's eternal silence.
That was the way we felt when we
went to see Elmer Booth in a picture
just a few days after his funeral. His
\UTO
Be court
H ERALE
CONTAINING THE NAMES AND
PLEASURE AUTOMG
Herald readers wo fail to find i thi
er dealers lted beliw wi
GASOLINE CARS.
ALLEN
MotOR TIRE R aIN 00..
1m 1th t.
Phoe K. Mr.
ARGO
alITH MOTOR BALE 00,.
MI7 Fourtemth .,
Photo North UE.
AUBURN
AUBURN SALES CO.
6 blaryland an. as.
Pha. Lincoln 1S.
CADILLAC
THE COOK & STODDARD 00..
113W Caneent am,
huone N. 1A,
C HAN DLER
WARRINGTON MOTOR CAR 00..
ul!S Fourteeth w.
Phone North 135.
CHALMERS
UNION GARAGE,
u bet. Sixth tad tseventh.
Phone Koi U
CHEVROLET
HILLER BRW.,
$I Pims m. n-.
Pheb Limain t
CROW-ELKHART- t
CROW MOTiR SALES CO
519 12th t. nw.
Phone Maim 1I
DORT
MILLER BROS..
a Ifree . me.
Phone Lincoln tM
EXPIRE
D. P. FTLE
utn Nartaith a .
Pham. North O1
FORD
FORD MOTOR 00..
Unim Oaag BunimaU,
Phse. Man M
FRANKLIN
DATID s. BENDRlCE C0.,
umeameistiset av.
Pham. Malis i
GRANT? S1
EDUEEN B3O. MOTOR 00..
V. J.uMc...., Mnae.
Mis 1th mt. Phas N.M.
BAYNE
-TEE BURGER MOTOR C0..
Un Fourteeth at.
Phase Nth IM.
BUFF~3ROOKS
cECAR A SALES 00.
ins FearteinRh m.
ibm us n
,sUPNODILE
guE BURG5E MOTOR CO..
na 1emteneh at
ibhase th M.
SMiTE MONO. 5A1 ..
UK Vsntmth at,
hem Nint sM
MAX wWEL&-.
3.3a. LRmAU. 3,.
SCERTECAE SALM cO
UK ramme we me*
Sb m Urs t
I-u- ha31an m -i m
mother came and dat there for many I
hours, a little psetic figure croched
in the comet, there on thescree
was ter boy and never could his
image be dimmed by seasons of
change.
We knew one mother whose boy
was killed before the picture was fin
ished. She, bought the film of the
company and a projecting machine.
,that she might have him with her, or
the silent ghost of him, as long as
she lived.
With the talking machine perfect
ed as it is today and the moving
pictures, which become more lifelike
as new mechanical devices are invent
ed, the wraiths of great artists will
ever haunt us. Booth and Barrett
will become history handed down
from one generation to another, but
our children's children will know and
study the art of Sarah Bernhardt.
The great argument in the warfare
waged between the theater and pic
tures is that our voices are mute and
the screen is stripped of the lure and
the charm of color. But there are so
many tributaries of our art which
reach into regions where there is lit
tIe known of the outside world, and
to these nooks and corners of the
earth we carry a great educational
message. We teach the people of the
high mountain country much of the
industry of the large cities. Those
of the large cities become acquainted
with the types and conditions of
those isolated in the mountains and
the far places.
And then, most tenderly personal
to us, are those memories I have
just written of.
Answers to Correspondents.
Josie M.-No, I have never used
my little bird, Billie, in a picture, but
I am going to have some still photo
graphs taken of him as he flies to me
and perches on my finger, looking out
of the corner of his eye at me as
saucy as you please.
IN. W)
eoos to police oficial-it pays.
1 AUTO DIR
ADDRESSES OF THE WASHINGTI
BIES, MOTOR TRUCKS, ACCESS0
1 festre what they des'. er whe want
reeive thbi i frsmatiem by sepping ami
GASOLINE CABS.
MOON-.
zu11 Kos rsca
Phone North ls.
OAlaLAND
sMITE-TREW 0.~
UK Fourteenth n
Phone N. as,
OLDSMOBIL-.
POIwCK CAR CoaPosATION,
101, Cnnect+ av.
Phone Main rEu.
PACKARD
THE LUTTRmL 00..
M New Hampuhe at.
Phone weft m
PAIGE-DETROIT
THE SELaY 0o.,
" Fouasrttat a
Phone North N.
PIERCE-ARROW
FOBs-jUGHES CO.,
1141 Connectient so.
Phae North sa
PREMIER
PREMIER SALES 00..
1311 H at. a,.
Phone Main -
PULLMAN-KING.
WM. BARNHART & 00.
1r7 Fourteenth it.
Phone North 1/,
REGAL
CAPITAL AUTO 5EXvlI" 00..
1m Founeewth .t.
Ph.e. North ML
REO
SMITH-TREw 00..
i3 Fourteenth U,
Phase N. Es,
sAXON
R;CORD AUTO 00..
0-3-5 Man. as. a..
Phone Main 3.
sTUDEBAKE
THE COMMERCIAL ADTo s~UPLS 0
s Fourteenth U,
Phaes Mai 3r4.
sFRINKX
BRina,
Itear a Jaes USU.
Phe
s'rUTz
TIW HMAN a ow.,
Phase Ne E.
sTEARNS
POTOMAC MOTOR CAN 00..
am Commeeneut av.
Phase North M
TRUMBUL
NATIONAL MOTORIPI'B Ass.
smibet eU. and Park orns.
Ph..e ma- asa
Herald Automobile Directory.
Please nmd me the follwing
...........................s.
..........e............e .....
Yr aesee~ee~~e
Your =4=*.........
FY
Eat Lea Meat and Take a Glae of
Salts to Flush Out Kidneys.
Drink Plenty Water.
Uric acid in meat excites the kl4nyiy,
they become overworked; get sluggish.
ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The
urine becomes cloudy; the bladder is ir
ritated. and you may be obliged to seek
relief two or three times during the
night. When the kidneys clog you must
help them flush off the body's urinous
waste or you'll be a real sick person
shortly. At first you feel a dull misery
in the kidney region, you suffer from
backache, sick headache. dizziness, stom
ach gets sour, tongue coated and you
feel rheumatic twinges when the weather
is bad.
Eat less meat, drink lots of water; also
get from the pharmacist--our ounces of
Jad Salta take a tablespoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will act fine. This fa
mous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
lithia. and has been used for generations
to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity, also to neutral
ise the acids in urine, so it no longer is
a source of irritation, thus ending blad
der weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive. cannot Injure;
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which everyone should take
now and then to keep the kidneys clean
and active. Druggists here say they sell
lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in
overcoming kidney trouble while It is
only a trouble.-Adv.
FOR SALE-AUTOS.
#oR &A1.t--FOOT EETENSION LADDNK.
Call 212 Ga. ave. ow.
FOR SALE--ORD TOURING OAR. 1914. IN A-1
ondition. Has all the aeeoaorie. ineldias
Master vibrator. IAvington radiator and seat akeirs.
Win sell for $1 cas. Telephone O. M.
FOR SALE-MOTORCYCIES.
FOR YALE-MOTORCTCLS; TWIN CYLINIDER.
2-.peed; Yale; 159 usel; been ued 2 months,
pod as new; all disa. Cell tear of 137 K a. ow,
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRTNG.
CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON AND AUTO
WORR8.
a. M. IOYD, Manger.
Tmtek and Automobile Bodis to Order. Rear of
4W to i le at. nw. Main 3146. Painting and Let,
tering a Sreci'J. All Work Guaranteed.
\SHIN'
'Si" Grogan.
ECTORY
)N DEALERS OF WELL-KNOWN
RIES AND SUPPLIES.
any ftrther ilfermaiee abet the car
lmaiibg the ceupas belew.
GASOLINE CARS.
VELIE
FOsa-iUGaB 00..
1141 Cfnneletcut an.
Phae North mU
ELECTRIC CABS.
SAKER-RAUCH.LANGE.
BURTRAM ELECTRIC GARAG,
130- New Hampiat ae, S- i sa
Phlse Went e46
DETROIT-.
EMERSON & ORME,
349 H IL
Phoe Mai Tm
MILBURN
MILBURN BALE 00.,
136 Coeaseticat aS.
Pham North UK
MOTOR TRUCKS.
HUDFORD TRUCKS
WASHINGTON HUDFORD 00..
Servie sation rear 131413 L a m.
Phose M. 7T Night pheae i. iR.
AUTOCAR
AUTOOAR SALEB & R. 00.
ImW Fourtaeth Ia
Phane North 1K
LITITL GIANT
MICAGO PSEUMATIO TOOl. 00
41 Mmurt a.
Phone M. Wi.
G. 1. C
NEVELLE MOTOR TRUCK 0.
Be"r 151 K
PBase M. ea
FLINT
MILLRR BROS..
41 Plas at. ae.
Phims Uns.a s.
DETROIT
MILLER I23O.,
StPsm Ut. ne.
t'his em N.
BESBEMER
31 Stath U.
VULCAN
COMMERCIAL GARAGA
s slks U.
FENDERS AND RADIATORS.
A. BRUMACER
Esser Radatr Reiarhis, ais Fm~ sees
Tasks, Mals. - -
am Fieaenh st Nrt
GUARANTED RADIATOR * LAMP CO.,
agdrs made te eWder.
1215 New Yark ava
METAL ART SROP
ManufactlUrer Med Osmith, 354ma1.. Gu as Tm
31 loth DB.
1q CWPON.
informatioR
V m U su m 1t~t~l omi n v1O H
mx0A?'at~. TM _Wd.
MANY TEA34 RW NWAY
asgies. New T1rk. T. ROLVEBBON, 1!B N.
Qrenna ae. uM, Pbse Ine. >. s-ae Pinyes
made to R
PA:Naaxe Axi PAPretsuOe.
WALL PAPR. ftO 1Ie, 35. AfD $1
ppr se and 1IN per ote.a: rasa pa
pensi Up Plasterin and painting of
all kinds, LE PREUX $7 P at. aW. _
Phone N. 415
LANVWls AND EV~lS CLEAN BY OD
Sses ethisbarmIia war. t Aur~GJ
Clars Qau~ PRYa o . . w.1
WINDOW CLUANIN.
. ~ ~ O/~s Chei .. II ismt
OViR. YdIm. aOO;LW.
preae meelin for ster.
oae. X. 3343 er N. 2544.
sm1Tt*RS TRANSFER .
STORAGE CO.. 112 I.
Nsht Pa. N. e.
PALMISTIT.
MISS DENTON an", 'l'u
.Hane what nature has writen m Tou hrad
aterpted(. 1213 L at. a. Phone Y. 7'. Refer
sae.
" EDUCATIOLAL.
W ASHINGTON BUSINESS
AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL
1311 N. Y. Ave. N. W. Main 001.
W. C. POTEET. Principal.
Wau agtsn Cdag. t.t Minie, lae.
13th Year.
Far.,ty of Twenty Imeludes
S. M. FABIAN ...................Piae..
FRANK NORRIS JONES ........Plae
EDGAR T. PAUL ................o e,
SLUNANNA OLDBERO ...........Vote*e
C. E. CIIRIitTIANI .-............Vielim
1147 comm. Ave. Phene for Year Reek.
Washington School
of Accountancy.
New weemter begins Feb. 4. Prepares for
C. P. A. ard T . Free bullin.
~* THOS. W. WALTON
T. H. C. A.. 17T G ST. Mtw.
3t-thand. * EXPERT MEN
Drafting. 0.0 month
Accountancy. Contract TEACHERS.
Pgrsat-y. $7. month V. M. C. A.
Bingle Cears $1. up 1736 G At.
SINGING. ELOCUTION.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES,
10 Eleventh Street Northeast. Phone Line. 17].
Thordays and Friday, 214 Eighteenth Street N. W.
GTON1
TIRES.
CHESLEY A HARVEYCUTTER
Kenly-pringed.
916 Fourteenth L4.
Main 4O.
DIAMOND TIRES
'Ie new tel-t -rbber.
National Electrical t0 pply fi.,
im New York ave. I'hon e M6.
FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER CO.
a miles Per delar.
12 Fuerteenth it.
Hain 318.
LIIBNEY MOTOR TRUCK TIRES-..
Day and night es'.ima
IT N at. ow.
North me.
GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBERt 0t..
wit Faurtnkth L4.
Haln 15%
LIVINGBTONE CO. - Goodyear Track
Tires--'Least cost per mie."
Main I2.
L. E. SULLIVAN TIRE CO...
127 H at.
Main 71,
LE ROY LIVINGSTON-.
Hood Tirn.
1(21 Fournth a.
North 131.
THE CHEW-GOUCHER CO
-We can iees you and we WuL."
Penoylana 'aeluam (Au,
1 Fourteenth. North -
MILLER TIREs.
Southern Auto Speciails Cs.
1735 Fourtvuth .
North ERm
SWINEHART TIRES
Pneumatie and solid. Our saes sag as.
tB New Jersey ave.
Lineoln 1A
WILSON-GOUCHER TIRE CO.-.
Tires and Repairg,
1706 Fourteenth St.
North 3IL
ACCESSORIES.
ZENITH CARBURETERS -FEDEA.
TIRES-.
FEDEltAl. AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
(7{ Penn. Are.
Phone H. 305.
DAVIS A CHILDS
Aeoelms, Automoale Hardwar.
1110 Fourteenth R.
North 341.
AUTO SERVICE CO.
"Suppflee of all kinds."
1944 New Hampshire ave.
North 41L
BARBER A ROUS
Stremaers caburmee.-0seamotn
eleventh and t. ea.
Main [email protected]
B. F. EIMMERMAN
; Eewart-WIarner dervieg Staa
1117% Fouirteenth st.
North 2D.
CAPITA L A UTO S UPPLY CO....
Automobile .znn- aina,
102 Fourteenth .
North 2&6
RAYFIELD CARBUHIETE
Seriece Staton, 1318 14th at.
In in I. Donohe.
Phone N. 27N.
MID es'rY AUTO SUPPLY HOUSE
tis..tine statha.
752 a 44e. ow.
MDERN AUTO SUPPLY CO A
The Niorthest scgoaary stag.
917 1 at. ne
Lincoln 39D.
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL: SUPPLy CO.
"Everything for the ear oner.
13M New York ave.
Phbone Main 50.
RUDOLPH & WEST CO...
1331 New York avg.
Main US.
IUECORD AUTO CO.-.
631-3- Mass. Ace.
Phone Main 23-U.
SOUTHERN AUTO SPECIAI/TY o
1721 SbnirtEeth 44..
North 5309.
UNION G4RAGE
DuplS-dal or aghr.
Gl at.. beweem SIxth and Seee
Maie @1
VUILCAN AUITOMOBILU
GOODS
14th and P st.
TOP5 AND HOOD) COVE.is.
ACUE AUTO TOP' CO..
, "Wamiestem's stumen Ante M Or "
iT PAYS
HERALD
NONmDICAL WAT.TWG.
Physicians of )
And the I
SHOULD KNOW THE
The Vac
The Deepat Pridtie of this Dragtis BeSat
Beste HeaSh is that it eud. the Blond. H
Eleeta, to thoe rrt. of the body that by Li
and the lements of Nr"e Nutrition ( I. Nr
to Functionate Proerly and Perform th Dutin
AND WHICH BY ITS I
Of the Ctreatmin of the Blood and Esetuial
lItiased Parta, Operates Efeotively as a Cure f<
LOCOMOTOi
All forms of Paraltye. Brlght a Diease. Eptlers
S(OMNIA. HARDENING gad tW4LEBOStS of th
ARTERIO CLEROSIS. VERTIGO. and the I
GESTION, CIRCULATORY. ard RltFPRtATO4
SYSTEM; NEURASTHENIA. NEURITIS. NEH%
CURVATURE of the SPINE. and the CHRt
which the Medical World haa No Remedy and 1
REFERENCES BY PICRMISUION.
THEY WILL TEE.l. IOU WHAT IT
HAS DONE.
HON. MARTIN DiODG(E (for ai lean diree
tor of Good icoeds. Itepartmit of Agrilettur.
U. .): reddene. 1130 t a..
Mt. J. J. NIUNAN. l'rrietor Virginia Thea
tar.
MR. It. M. BROWN. Wholem aod Retail
1'ant and his. 7th and N etc. aw.
MR. W. 7. SHOWS I)ER. Atartmett 11. The
Olympia, 14th and Euclid ra in.
MR. G. W. RI'KL7T. 1311 Dnerse!. at n-.
M". J. CLINT ROBINSON, U. . Treasm7.
MR. J. W. BOG.LEY. F'riendlhip Height., Md.
it. ilHAS. E. HARTMAN. Agat Mctropoii
ten i.fe lnamac Umpany; home, Io Upland
torra.. n..
CONSUI.TATION AND 72
Hlia. 10 a. M. to S p. ... Sunday
PROF. H. N. D. PARKER, "'t
B. C. MILLER, M. D., Un
SUITE 710-71:G BOND RUILI
Tis ed good for
LOST
LS-- MA.1 L BlyK 11. COINTAINVIN
eyregla eee., tn. enl amnont of mone. Reaad.
6b Faerrgut r0uar.
l.. nr Me ,ttAY ' FINING. tIN 14TH 0r.
fL m atomobile, "'i: rar. .ntaining lad..!
aparet. Heard for return. Address BOX 7.
Herald cfie.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
RATE t: .Ni n dEFRAXL HOUtSEhWORK:
to' eta, night": 117 p r m . Lt.e tot be tn-'
nrnmended inall fam+. 'all Kw3 Joelyn .,1
Chery (ha.e. D. r. I' cc e ('land 3 -J. Mra.
IILLIAM T. (ARPE.NTFA
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
MILiLINEItH ANTI9I-iJNl.Y THOR
oughly expertenced preparers need
apply. Ash, 1143 Connecticut avenue.
SPECIAL NOTICE
The most untuSral collection of its
kind In Washingtcn can be seen at
PETERSEN' S
Aatiqere-Hand-made Jer. -Rane Curor,
M2 F. ACRUSS FROM sIILLARD HOTEL
FOR RENT-HOUS'S.
INFI-RN1SIHED.
2224 6T11 ST. N. \V.. ABOVE M; 2
hathn; 10 rms.; wide front; large
rooms; garage ; bent of conlition and
repair; rent extremely lOw. Inquire
AYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N.
'. Ave.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
W SI ST. NW.-LARGE FRONT ROOM. FUR
nished; eam heat: goud looata; t.o young men
referred. Reasonablr.
Pa K ST. NW.-SINGLE ROOM. SECOND
floor frent: torth, bath, hot wator' eitt sml
roundingc; enisine the bet.
im K ST. NN..-LARGE. CLEAN ROOM. SIT
able for ter; porch. bath, hot water: siee s-m
tundinga; cuiine the best.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE
PRODUCE STAND
in best market in city.
ADDRESS BOX 10. Herald.
FOR SALE.
ti yALE,-ELN.M. ER Ti CRING IAR-LATIT
5-asenettr motel. lot..r a gind a neer -or
etter. Will aell for 11"s ed;: inct. alne is
worth ote than that. l.or b-and new Goodyear
non-.kid tires and fIt. inner tubes. all 34. Tele
--n 7ANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED
Vacant Properties and
Apartments to Rent.
We eanent aprly the demnand for gnad reotty
Let us lise youtr not. No charg.
Paul V. Mitchell & Company,
1413 G Ft. ow. Phonee Main TIl.
PERSONAI.
'.ORKINGMF N I HiLE A MAN I, Pt 1IN'
in eight hotte in solid wort he ahonid be thinkng
how to atetch the pay enelote. Here ho.: Bu)
from ut. No "reduction rales;" all Pay a pIot.
The new ranta at $2 to St are cash eanter. One
rer. JUMTH'S (itt STAND. nO Ii.
RADFORD DETECTIVE SERVICE,
ECOND FLOOtR. 80t THER 1 ^1 INGti\. fit
T1LENTH AND) H ksTREETS.
Eatalished 1885. Phone M. 2525.
:XERIT (!DNFIDIENTtAL. nI'RET sERVICE.
A-TiMjiHlLE REPIAIRINtG XXENNN
CENTRAL. CARIIAiE. wAGOtN AND AtuTO
11. Mt. LOlYt. MaInager.
Truckt and Automoliale thb.lr1 to ider. Hear of
44 to i Eyle s. n. Mainy tl4. l'atintinug and Let
tering a Stieciakty. All w'ok lurante.d.
1%e guarantee to cure paimples, acee
and ecsecna
PHONE MAIN R3".6
Factal Maeaage. Sealp Trenteat.
ERATO1.0GICAL. INSTITUTE,
718 Tenth Street N. W.
THE ALDERSON SYSTEM.
rektecs, Mle. and Wata Remved.
MISW I Manicuing and bascap
Treatent.716 7th at.
N.. W.. ApL. 1. Pb-me Main 7426.
DR. REED
SPECIALiST
V. 'i0 YEARS 7''IC ae'Y
mit Upedat Ehies et Mmn a Women.
Haans Realth to You If You Safet
W~LadAU rtr Ungem for Se p-S
Chres Low. Med8*ne Furnished.
COMEUaAilur FRE
Private Watan Roorua ter Ladies.
(e.g gig. t eg a o6 gags
60'1Mdi1 Aaesta teet a oocmde
h ani ""I- - d= and JaWelry
amma asaba sa aae oss'e
TO READ 4
CLASSIFI
ONmEDICAL HEAU.NG.
Ul Schools of Healing
Public Generally
GREAT VAIUE dAS A CURATIIE
AGENT) OF
uum Treatment
a of Aldine Nature to Eimioate Dtwmw and
idly LAden with O(late and Health Resonng
sease Have Breame Weakened sod med Blod.
Stronger Than Their Nervest to ewalde th
LASTERLY CONTROL
to lUfe sad Health-MIlds of the Budy to the
i ATAXIA
F. Heart Di,.es.. IthenmanLa. ASTHMA. IN
SPINAL C'lEMN. CORDU, sad ARTERIES.
leapvate Ailment. of the DIG0l-ETIVE. INDI
T the Thret Riemeo Lung.-sad NERVOUS
tUS LXHAUI.IN., and BREAKDW N
INIC INCURABLE (o-mlled DIEAhb oES I.
[on are tuead Relef Eerywhre Ebse.
MR RENi BLETHYN. Oatvactue and
Ruilder ImR Oreaeo aw.
MR. H. IJMMERMAN, AnAOgs Furnitura I
MR. W. F. HODGE. .ith Hente A Bevram.
90I 7th H. on.
MR. A. H. LINE; nedeeme. B S ov.; D.d
rt , MI B et. n.
MRS. SARAH MARRY. Teenallevtnn P. C.
MIL.. M. T. TEACIIM, l Lth H W.
MB. SAMUEL DAt IS, Milton Artment m.
A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERYBODY.
This Ad feod fo EATIN ATION
mad FIRT TREATNKNT. TE1OF
i'FFERING with any 4ILMEWIT
TH AT THEIR PHYSICIAS d. mat
Itelieve are Especially INVI'TED T(
PALL and LEARN SHAT WE CAN
D) FOR THEM.
PAt.I BOOk6LET FREE.
by Appeastmemt. Lady Aamistamt.
I 50 Years' Experemee.
est 12 tm Thin City.
t40 Years' Experlme as a EperialIat.
)1Nd. WAESHINGTON, D. C.
first treatment. W.B.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
ZANCIG'S
STUDIO
MEETINGS
NE'NDAY NIGHTS-Rplrttual melemee.
Dr. I.ttte Blamehard Brue 1
charge.
There s Ill b meg mersi. at ied5;
en a reaqmested to jots we.
Miale by the Berungs.
Tl E) 4Y ES ENIN(: AT R O'CLOCK
-I.ecture on psychte End actentific
mubjects. w Ith tests.
WEDNESDV isEENG AT A
OE'LO(K-Dr. Bree. will deliver
am addre. em health. demem
atrated by amatmleal charta.
THIRHDI E ENI'EtIG AT g
O'CLOCK-Drseeopt.g circle.
FRIDAY EVENING AT A O't. WK
-4 heracter reading by the scieece
of the hand. Prof. EamcIg.
For terms I. elames em psychology
and druagle healing apply to
I'HONE MAIN 4419.
ALL BOOKS PERTAINING TO THE
OCCULT CAN BE ORDERED.
ZaN I' U
CASTILLO READINGS,
Cane 8;andr Marriage. Rtemoves Al: TT bte.
Setidaction. 09 ' sr n. Walk In. Home. 11 to t.
P&LMIIsTitY-CARI, RIEADlINU.
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Taret and Fot Card. East India CreOaL
Iadie. ly. 1tCF38Elted Sunday.
.Ti;" u737 11th N. W. 1 g
M The reatest (rd Reeder
MRS. anYE l .d C.auroyat Readag
Be up. Now. 11' First -t. sw.
DELMAIN SISTERS ('",d-Red
what yon want to kno. Readtn. Be; teat. 1d.
12 a. m. to r p. m. Sunday. (to. 1 th .as.
TAXI SE:;\ I t'E. M 7151 DAT OR No;RT
Twel.r W . lace addmlonal Leelo. bi.s
. 5' s to 4.0 o.e hoer.
Hi; TOt)CRINt CAR.. ta PRa NU,
hit. ceauneurs. Phane Cet 51
ELECTRIC WIRING.
We specialize in residence wiring.
BORNER ELECTRICAL CO.,
421 Colorado Bldg. Main 7439
FOR SALE MISCE.LANEOUS
I-OR ttL.-IA~NO: HI'NTI\.TctN I'PRItHT
Petfeet nm. , e gan tone, aust be told W
endh 5: 'te at n.
FURNITURE,
New and lightly ued. See or stock and tt.rte
buefo buyon tasy teron or Discosnt for CaS.
tAVE MI't6.Y--BLY AT
HOP WOOD'S, 8th and K.
FOR RENT-STORES & DWEL.T.NG!
TRANSFER PUINT; COR. I4Til
and U Sts. N. W. -Large store;.
roomts; bath; ist fi; 8 rms,. bath oVer;
|cxcellent condition; large show wint
dows; se parate entrance to apartnient
best of business location. CAYWOO[
& GARRETT ~rN .Ae
MONEY TO 1OAN.
MONETYTOLAlN N APPRO TKD CITY 33AL
estate at lowest ocrent rates. :4 re
with respect to pro gaiYete.T
ERFORD. Inc... ?1? 15th et
hIUNEYr TO LtAS-E30 TO .R4 ON D. C
reat esist, Sereal tratt fends. 4% toE 6er cent.
All tranetn tondn~et ewih ecoo,in, en
erton for tforrower. wM. H. SAUNDERS d
CO., Saathen Buildang. Or lash at m..
SFOR sALE-3CET.L.A L OUS
'?KEW ANI BELAC'TIYUL.LY 'TEIY
tratd Life cf Dr. Booker */. Waab
I Agent outfit maled on receipt et 1
' ert In cover postage. Addrsm 3. 1
JOHlNiTlON. Ince.. 126 Pa. eee. aS,
Washitn~ton. D. C.
FUNFEtALT DESIGNS.
-FUNERAL FI'WER.
1)f Eaer) Dortiptu -Mdratey Pfuind.
GUDE,
AND USE
ED ADS
OPc OP fiOMMnIOlNNR U O Di
14t at Colmis, Fwnmor a wo latm r
be by stee dhat, in o antmsy te (b te ea4
it (nmtalisa a 'es of tsa. i eeate e red
taeerty n the ut etrhe of Clms.ia es taghe det
da of Jat, I . aie a aen.w.. esbysy to
mis. has is s priatd A cap, th.,..f w.I he
defle d to any aar.,.. spidrbg tamfe t tiwa
cafes os the Calleetne of las 4 th. Inanrt of
Columb. sad Y the Isy r aama dm. s
aeter with the pamits. and 'te ; esat ba*S
armeed thee..m.. shall not be taM prery t. the ner
tmred fer miak. mast. uE 14Th bAy (Or
MAZCH. 11. the prep.t iesiednd sit! . said
uader ear diredin at pur aenw at te ef
ise of the Colrler of Tamr of h e lsat at
saiMa. ammemn - the a eel Ieth ay of
Umarmh, i. , b etwem the bmrs of M a oes i tae
fewonaa aud 4 .'dmet in the afternews. and mat
taImie & holeetg day. &usdau sad all bet
do"n esempted. estla metl delham..o smrty is
mid OLIVE KS '. NtwisA, W Lt Ul iOtWNt
LOW. C. W. K UTZ, Lairammr of the tlneset
of Columbs
PKOPO6AI&
'Wtt 'fE ( 0MMIYON* OF TIE
ijsiaret of t'olamins Wadabten. Stiny a.
e91. Haled trogownes will be haeesd at this
oehs. Roem. . Distatet Dauidsa. ist I -des
V. m.. March :1. I4. far ftaming and do~ost"
.el. mes= = rsm. iasm. far use rn ah an
edbo ID, this eti. sanaeartlmn amd erm f g.
to-l may be dhainad is thae Ptalat.a ON=.
D. C.. Run >! DItstreet Raaa OUT P.
NEWMIAN, Intt It BfOiWNLOW, (BA3LE W.
K ITE. (nmlisdanem. D. Q
lIeitaett Ofcoimlb ysbrmar I. 1sis. baiman
tropami winl he tsedeed at the ee of h
eertar of the Bmerd of Ca-mmalwama. lia, Ii.
It state Bida., until 2 eiem-k I M. Muth A
ITA, far nsta1.n4 the piumbings Sodsu 3am
No. R, isoamd a los O Sad 41. E'se f Gae
eeU ams. bete" (duay ad Purtr . es3
thtoUema. We.atiua D C Biesmk fm ot
psnoomal. spertoratitos aad all ammry of ....
man be obtainad d the Ch (lest. w go
partmnt, 3am 47, DiatA Betiag. Wata..
I) C. A depsskt a.. da. win hsa me
t" is1w. the atra of pows ad --an.*a
OTHER P NEW3AN., LdUlIS BBOWMOW.
(RHARLEB W. KUTZ. f -l-a-- D. M.
DIED.
W -A K ER-The funeral of Dr. AL.TH
W Al-KER. who died at his resldemos.
21 Leroy place, pry Monday mor
Ing. will take from the Ter
Mont Avenue Christjan Church Wed
nesday afternoon at 2;1 o'clock. In
terment at Rock Creek Cemater The
church service. will be conducted b"
the Rec. Dr. Earle Wilfle., and will be
followed by Masonic rites. The minele
will be in charge of Mr Lous A. Pot
ter and Mrs Ruby Potter.
WA LKER- A eper la1 commniatioq
of Stansbury lodge. No 24. F A A
M.. will he held Wedneeday. Febru
any 23. 1914. 1 15 p. m., to attend the
funeral of the hsie Dr. ALLEN
W ALKER. Automobie..
By order of th'e master
H1. YOST. ;r. Secretar
BONNEY--n Monday. February 21
114, ISA BET. RONNFT. shster of Mrs
Artht;r A. Allison and Mrs. Annie M.
Turner.
Interment at Rock Creek Cemetary.
Funeral privata.
RPINGGAY-Sudden iy. Faturda Fib
roarv 19. :91( CRANJ ON
BUTt\GA. lie leaves to mourn a
sister. Sel'na. and three children.
Resse. Torothy and Joseph.
Funeral from James' undertaking par
lors. Wednesda). 2 o'clock. Ftiemds
Invited.
COSTIL/>-On Meoeday. Febrway 3M.
1914. at 2 a- m., at hie resldnce., O
New Jersey avenue northret. TTM
)TlfV J. 'OFTELT) son of the late
Rbert and M1a-v Costello.
Funral Wednesday. February 23. at
' o'clock. from St. Aloystue C'hurch.
where mas u ill be said for the re
f pose of his soul. Friends and relatives
n ytted.
CRFFCY-On Sunday. February 3.
1915. at 3 p Tm SARAH C FEN
WICK, wife of the late Charles Eaton
('reecy.
Funeral from her late residence. L'y
Rhode Island avenue no-thwest, at
9:3n a. m. Wednesday, February M.
mass at Ft. Matthew's Church. 10 a.
m. R1 elatihes anti frlend. Invited In
terment .prlvat( at Mount Olvet
C. nuI. r-v
C'LVE-;1 S).idetlty on Monday. Feb
roar . '"It. at ! r m . GEORFE
H., brlo .ed '.,'hand of ('arolina
oroll:y tver ree Gra'. aged 62
)ears
->neral from hI. late r.a fence 144
street northwest. at }.3n clI
Thursday. F. hrry. A. mass at St
Johns 'hrch. Forest ieor Mt '^ '
a rn R.:at1, and fnrnds In, ited
Interrnnt at 't J,' n i "'eimetery.
I ore-t ;ler. Ad Ibaltimore Ban
1 lease. e.
1-NT-- in Tusday. Forus-' ""19
at h sste es d. , (Jo Franklin
tt rest n. !t o .-et JI.HN F. belov.d
I: band of ln,.Ia a il Tint.
Notie of funeral hereafter.
Fi' \N<(}-(y-On Fe'.uoorr ' 191'. at
lamnl ttn. Va . : L1AM iFRAN'
a-ed C~ stars. hee-vel father of Annie
Mt F;aw h
Interrment at Hamonton FrMar. Feb-t
.. .a n tHladrlphla papers
HART-lins Monday, Fehrua-' ' !'t
at 4 4 n m h hoot. o I street
nurthwst. )EW N SITl FRAN''IS. ho
lovId Son of l1 a ' and the lat. Wi
iam, F Hart . :7d "'ears
t;.n-ral .edne.l i ot t- fran1 P
.\ovstus <'h'u 1. w hers mar. w;1 ha
sad for the re.s of}' Heul Inter
ment at M.-.rt . ' metery
JocF a11 Monnday. Vek"..s- 1. 151
,- 9.C. a - . t the rtden.e of ht.
1 ..n, ft roll h ,se 71K Ftghteenth
.!err! '-rttoest JA<'iH Jtt$, he
loved husband of Ida Jose, aged 77
Fnetal from t'.e aboe reeldence on
Werdne'dal . T'.Frary [ at 2 35 p 0m
Interment at Glenw ood Cemetery
LAM H-tin Mrooda' F. Iruar' 21. l.
FSTHER . .A.1\1. aged CA years
Funera' fromh chata I of George R
Wis. udertak" tW Mi street
northwest. on Wiednestlay. February
"w at 2 o'c k1 p. m Relatises and
friernds. reapestully InvIted Tnte'
mtent at Conigressuionai Cemetery.
Tindly omit flowers.
1.EONARIlN-Puddenly on Februtary 1'2.
19lI, MICHAEL, C. L.EONAHi' he
loved huasandl of Elisabeth Leonard,
sged tI yeara.
Funeral from 7Zurherta' 3ons' funeral
Wednesday. Febrary 23.t atl'ei p0
Friendo Invited to attend the ser' itae.
Remains will be remioved to sault at
Rock ('reek Cemetery.
McKNIGHT-On Tueeday. February E.
19K' F EIZABETHt W. McKNlGWT
miother of the wIfe of MaJ W. P \Van
Nasa.
Set-vice and irterment at Milwaukes.
Please omit finut era
OBRI EN--On Tuesday. February K.
1111, at 6.4t a. m . at her residene.
402 Recond street, northeast ELL EN
MIARIE. datghter of the late Michael
and Mary Kennedy O'Brien.
Notlie of funeral later.
SCHMIDT-On Tuesday. Feb-uary o
1916. atl3e. m,- at his residence. dal
W street norllhwest. AtGUST. beloved
hushand of Mete Schmidt
Peuneral from his late residence, Thure
4. Fe bruary 24, at 2 p. m. Inter
,t at Prospect Hill1 Cemetery.
VsON ENTRE88--After a lIngering U,
ness on Mdonday. Fcerary ft. 1NS,
1REDERICK A . ON' ENITRMf. be
loved huisbatnd of Vera vats Entress
and beloved son of the late Clara Vin
Fuoneral fromn the redencen of his mIS
ter, Mra. William Fr-an nti Wagtt
Thureday, at 2O p. ml Intenant ifi
Yate.
WATERS-On Monday. F'ebruaary U,
1914. at her resideeSl An .mm
-town. Nd.. LLA V. WATlERS. be
loved wife of Perria K Watmas.
Funeral fli take statte from her late
resdemosa on WenEhslul. M L.,m
-Interymet eat Neeltd
og~~ . *maLT. PUUUC uE66
-ain ene-ai see aa a -e 3e. s-.

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