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Troop I has organised another first aid team. composed of Winnie Bomar. Erma Meyers, Frances Weedon. Louise Mer chant, and Dorothy HacketL At the last meeting, held at the home of the Visiting Nures, Mrs. Rafter, who had been away from the city for more than two weeks, came In and surprised the girls. Miss FoX gave a very interesting lesson on "Fractures." The next two les sons will be on "The Care of a Baby." On Friday. March 17, the Girl Scouts of Troop 4 met at Noel House. After the regular program had been Tellowed, Annie Xyle and Blanche Dolbear took their tenderfoot tests. Troop 6 is to celebrate its second birth day party this week. The committees in charge are: Ways and means commit tee. Eunice Haden. chairman. Helen Daly, and Helen Gleason; refreshment committee, Ruth Haynes. chairman Margaret Coffee. Isabelle Smith. ad Miriam Eastburn; Invitation committee. chairman. Kathleen Culverwell. and Mary Mikeselle. The ushers will be Hope Nichols. Katherine Davis. Thursa Suter, doorkeeper, and Elisabeth Rice. The play committee is compoSed of Mary Mikeselle, Melba Jones and Gertrude Coon. These officers have been elected: Patrol Leader. No. 1. Isabelle Cote; assistant patrol leader. No. 1. Helen Daly; patrol leader. No. 2, Ruth Haynes; assistant patrol leader, No. 2. Rita Eastburn: and Mary Mikeselle, tre-elected) secretary. Troop 7 will hold a tenderfoot cere mony on Friday evening. Chester Pyles. r., has been officially adopted as the troop mascot. Ls.t Monday afternoon Troop 10) held a reception and a tea for its friends. Mrs. H. T. Rainey presented the entire troop of fourteen with their tenderfoot pins. Miss Neal, national secretary. gave a brief talk. In addition to all of the mothers, Mrs. J. F. Callbreath, see retary-treasurar of the executive board. was present. At the last meeting of Troop 10 the "ason was on burns and the prorer thing t,, io in case of fire. The scouts also earned the Morse alphabet. At the next mteiting the lesson will be on snake bites. Agatha Peak will take her bicycling ast. Atter the reg lar routine of business at ine last meeting, the girls of Troop 11 d.ided themselves into sides and the captain refreshed their minds on the ten derfoot examination by asking the ex amination questions in the form of a spelling match, to see which side could stand up the longer. Plans are being mad- for hikes as soon as war weather comes. At the last meeting of Troop 19 the girls enjoyed the first of a series of talks by 1r. Mary Holmes on medical and surgi al subjects, such as the Girl Scouts need in their training. On Saturday the troop sited the French surgical committec here and learned to make - ch dress :ngs as are used on the battlefield. Troon 1) held their last meeting at the home of Gladys oveless. Medora Miller took her tenderfoot test, passing with 4 per cent. Each girl told what she thought the first of the ten scout laws meant. It was decided that each girl should write a composition of not less than twenty-five words on this law and bring it to the next meeting, which will be at the home of Hester Gulick. Troop J10 held its regular meeting Thurs Qay at Waugh M, E. Church. A demon stration of first aid was given by Field 'executive H. L. Taylor, Boy Scout Mar tin Abbott, assistant scoutmaster of Troop 5d, and three boy scouts. The roll call Is now following a new pan. While still in patrols the roll Is *a~led and each girl steps forward, sa i ;tes the captain. and repeats one of the ten scout laws which she has observed tnat week. The idea seems to appeal to the girls and also to several of the vis itors who ha-.e witnessed the meetings lately. Troop :s rul.. of the latest troops to !e registered. It has held three meet ings, and is 'er. proud of a membership of twenty-six .Irts [its meetings are held i the Walaci School. Eighth street and Pennsylvania avenue southeast. where tie scouts .ise the art rooms, and through the kindness of the principal. Miss Raw :Imgs, ha'e the piivtiege of using any part of the buildiig they may need. The troop consist. of the following members Pat: ol No 1-Grace Royail. teader. Me -t Baxter, orporal: G;race Swan. Louise Shuman. laud Gosnell. serine: ''lara Grimes. treasurer: Lottie Hardy and Addle Harker. Patrol No. 2 Vta Chaffee. patrol leader: Emmta Bra unier. corporal: Bernadeta Kalstrom, leanette Miller. Ari-le Coran. Florence s-Penner. I.rgart T ler, and Jar:na Ad -as. Patrol No ,-Mae Davy.. ipatrol leader: Midred Frernan. corporal: Ezhe: Y- ung. Heien lia're, flag hearer; Mary 11 re. Mary larker. Edith Smith, I orr :e ileslati Verna Smith, and Clara il saves. secretary The octs . Troop , he'd t.m.r riu m-t nr .sturda:.. Mar h I. wihen c.. r.bswel eleven girls present. .v -v:.- ,d tle lhas an, rad their j-! t-rns. Mrs PIii asked all of the u.stior- the are to kn w for their zt-tond-class test. (- - ' the scouts sug. K.stel that t- 1:o-,p have a question b-a. whicl i w a.as alow.-d The new was --.ut- I M 1,n aave the a talk on Tii. vs.- tefo' ai c -rmiing Is aris .ve the s ,-A yell an] th- tr)op -11l MAMMOTH BAND OF 300 PIECES PLAYS TONIGHT Patrick J. Conway. Composer and Soloist. Arrives for Rehearsal for Big Concert. Pa::-i. J iConway. the wel!l-k.on o'mposer 30o-m' and band co-ductor, a -ived p Waishir.-t.n 3esterday for s-.ecti rehearsal of the- nimammot hand olo. a;'s;icians which wsil appear in careert ton:ght at Convention Hail. Mr. onway occupie. a uninue positIon In Ihe musical ao-ld. -He always shows5 an nterest in real musicians when they are attemptong to do simethmng big. Miore than 100 musicians, members of the Musicians' Protective Union. No. lil. of this city, have been rehearsing for several weeks for this big event. Some of the older members have long air ce retired from active band work, hut the idea of having a home for their declin ing years has csaused them to get out their Instruments and do their utmost tos make the concert a success. The rehearsals for the past several weeks have been under direction of A. eifo, who composed a march for the last conceert, Mrs. A. Julian Brytawski, who was so well received at the last comeert, will appear as a soloist. Arehaeologists Meet. The Washington Society of the Archaeological Institute of America held Its, sIxty-seventh regular meet ing at the residence of Mrs. Henry F Dimock. 1301 Bixteen-th street last es ening. Dr. Chafi,.s D. Walcott, the president, wras In the chaIr. The guest of the evening wras Prof. Charles U. Clark. of Yale University. recently ap pointed director of the school classical studIes In the American Academy at Rome. Prof. Clark gave an iUustrated lecture on "'Wlth Roaa and M in WILLIAM PITT, EARL OF CHATHAM By Savoyard. The decadence in our country of that quality of public speaking that is called eloquence. oratory, elocution, declama tion. moved me to write some very de fective and rather lame stuff about Tom Marshall. S. S. Prentiss and Ed Marshall. And that brings the speculation as to what would be the effect of their rhetoric if fired at an American audience of this generation. I think Tom Marshall would stand the test, but it is extremely doubt ful if the others would, though Ed Marshall most assuredly would Con vulse his hearers with laughter by his powers of ridicule and his re markable gifts as an actor. When asked to deflne oratory De mosthenes said it was manner, man ner, always manner. Danton said it was audacity, audacity. always, au dacity. Charles James Fox. whom Edmund Burke declared to be the greatest parliamentary debater the world ever saw. said oratory was "rea son redhot." Manner. audacity and reason are all elements that the pop ular orator must have at his com mand, but there are many other qual ties that should supplement these. The English actress. Mrs. Pritchard. illustrated the effect of manner on an audience. She was a handsome and magnetic woman, gifted with a superb voice and commanding presence. But she was hopelessly ignorant and ridiculously illiterate. Dr. Johnson pronounced her 'an inspired idio.L Vntil Mrs. Siddons appeared Pritchard was the greatest Lady Macbeth the stage had ever known, and yet she did not know what the play was about; she did not know who wrote it; she had never read a line of it except her part; but when she played the char acter she thrilled her audience as no other actress up to that time had ever succeeded in doing. I never recall a certain great ora tion about a cross of gold and a crown of thorns without thinking of Mrs. Pritchard. Oratory without thought is like hospitality without food. if I may steal the expression from Balsac. The first William Pitt, in a different way, illustrated the power of manner whet he employed it as a weapon of debate. The most virile minister Eng land has produced since Cromwell, he brought as much glory to the English Rag as Marlborough before him or Nelson after him. He saved Prussia from the clutch of her enemies and humbled the House of Bourbon to the dust. He was a lordly and lofty man, the Richelieu of England. He had been instrumental in deposing Sir Robert Walpole from the head of the British cabinet and certainly that powerful minister's son. Horace Wal pole, had no love for him but that son, after hearing Pitt's excoriation of Hume Campbell, the head demagogue of his day, wrote some verses, which I regret that I have not at hand, in which he declared that when nature formed Pitt she had to combine De mosthenes and Cicero. Except that he was familiar with the Latin classics Pitt was an ignorant man, and ac septed Defoe's novel, "The Cavalier." as authentic English history. and few who have read it will quarrel with him about that. To show what effect Pitt's "man ner" had on his hearers. a good story is told. That William Murray. who later, as Lord Mansfield, became the most eminent judge the English bench ever knew, was solicitor general in the cabinet of the Duke of Newcastle. He had a much finer intellect than Pitt; his learning surpassed that of any of his contemporaries; he was recognized as the most powerful logi cian in Parliament; he was a lawyer of the highest rank and a statesman of the first order, the pride and the [hope of the Tory party. One day Pitt was assailing the min istry as only he was capable of as sault, and after a time he halted in his torrent of insective and drawing himself to his full height, batt in his eye and terror on his br he exclaimed: "And now I have some woJ.Ir Mr Solicitor General, and I promi im they shall be daggers!' Then le stood gazing at his victim, who shrank from the contest, while the whole house was frozen in awe. For a full minute lie fascinated his prey. who was in azony, and then allowing his voice to fall, the orator closed in these words. low and distinct: -Felix trembles-Ill def'r what I had to say to a futire Occasion.' Intellectually Murray was as superior to Pitt as morally Pitt was superior to him. Muriay could not stand the racket, and he for. ed the ininistry to give him the chief justiceship and thus he was C I THE ZANCIi 902 l4a St. N. W. Ilcre is all thet cxetenient of fort ule. t element. The nato ZA~cite is sufficient trn'-thfulncss of his staff or pSYgi-tI ERS and CRYSTAL GAZERPS We do not take advantage of su are toor or rich. It. matters not wl condition you are ini. ONE DOLLAR WE~ CAN AN WILL HELIP YO PAY. OPFICE HOURS FROMI 8 A. M.1 1100 to any one who can prove Test seance every night, except .,csnts. if we fail to tell your full ntarre. firing this announcement and 25 It will admit you to any of question answered free. This co veloping night. THU7RNDAY EVENING ZANCIG'S TEMPLE, 902 14t FREE C Spiritual sean< tut messatges: ounes. Music and except Mond-1y a Special Announc The above coupon, as published DOES 30T ENTITLE THE BEAREE title them to free mesages from th. every night except MONDAY AND| THE ZANCIG'S TEMPLE, Ph..e 3 ADRIns amOa == EN.m. NTS F TIE UNS Superintendent Ernest L. Thurston spoke on "A Year of Thrift" before the young teachers of the Wilson Nohual School Friday afternoon. He told how intelligent use of the school gardens, of domestic arts and sciences, of vocational and scientific specialties could become avenues of thrift and economy. The Shakespearean Dagent to be pre sented by the five white high schools sonie time in May may be staged on the White Lot. though both place and date tre as yet undecided. Eastern and West ern will present "Mid-Summer Night's Dream" together; Central will offer "The Tempest;" Business will be seen in 'Twelfth Night," and Tech in "The Tam ing of the Shrey." Ms. All4n- Davis, wife of the princl pal of Business High School, has been elected president of the newly organ ized Cranch-Tyler Home and School As sociation. Other officers are Miss A. B. Goodwin, vice president, and E. S. Green, secretary. An "April fool party." scheduled to be teeming with surprises, will be given by the Sixth Semester class at Tech next Saturday evening. Novelties in dancing and refreshments are to be features of the evening. At the union meeting of the four parent teacher organizations of the Fourth D) vision, held at Technical High assembly hall last Wednesday night. Fred L. Fish. back gave his lecture on "Washington City." Miss Edna Morgan gave a group of songs and Miss Freida Ring several vocal numbers. Nature study, school gardens and out door athletics are much in evidence with the coming of spring weather. Seeds have been distributed among the chil dren. and Miss S. B. Sipe Is giving in structions for their planting and culti vation. "The Childhood of Hiawatha," a musi cal drama, has been selected as a spring play by the dramatic society of Western High School. The Columbia Heights Boys' Club made a hit with a large audience at Wilson Noria School Friday night in their presentation of 'A Study in Black and White," a cleverly workfd-up minstrel show. Between scenes there were fancy dances in costume, and well-lighted tab leaux. "Busby's Corner," a human in terest farce. closed the program. Edwin Muth directed both the farce-and the minstrel show. "Home Study" is to be the subject of the meeting which Superintendent Thurs ton will hold with his general officers, at the Franklin School, Tuesday evening. The Congress Heights Association pre sented the school with a victrola last week. Company R gave a dance at Mrs. Dyer's Friday night. The junior inas querade will be held at the Portner, April 7. Company H1 holds its dance at Mrs. Dyer's next Friday evening. Children of the American Revolution. Mrs. Clayton Emig. president, entertained the little ones from the Washington Or phan Asylum, yesterday afternoon at the Normal School, with a choice program of music, plays and rhythmic dances directed by Mrs. Flora Hansen. Among those taking part were Donald Hipkins, Harold Van Buren, Malvern Nettleton, Baldwin Hardy, Elizabeth Bourne, Vir ginia Warren, Constance Towner and Ly man Wolf. transferred to the house of lords, where he was free from the scorpion tongue of his more virile adversary. Subsequently Pitt coalesced with that same Newcastle; but he was the real ruler of England. and lie made the last seven years of the reign of George It as glorious as any other epoch in English history. It was well said of him that "he loved England as an Athenian loved the city of the Violet Crown-as a Roman loved the maxima rerum Roma." The impression that Pitt was a madman has been shrewdly debated by more than one able writer, and perhaps he was, along with many mighty geniuses-soldiers, statesmen. poets, and orators. Mirabeau was much like Pitt. and there is little doubt that he was mad. A thoroughly sane man is rare. In our country we have had Jefferson and Franklin, Abraham Lincoln. and Woodrow Wil son, all exquisitely balanced minds. There are mighty few of them. It would be worth going far to witness-the presence of a real first class orator in either house of the American congresN. Our country has produced but one. and his name was Patrick Henry. However, we have got along very well without them. .NG, 3'S TEMPLE one telling without arny of its frauri >roof as r' guarantee of honesty and CS, CLAIRVOY~ANTS, CARD READ perstition or ignorance, whether youi at your troubles are or how bad a IS ALL TOU PAY, L. IF' NOT SATIhFIED, YOU DON'T 'Os8 P. M. ur work is not genuine. Monday and Saturday, at 8 p. rn vwill give you 35 00. Try us. the Seances or meetings, and your IPon is not good on Thursdays, de DEVELOPING CIRCLE. ALL MEETIN!US 25 CENTS. St. N. W. Phase Maiu 4419. OUPON. g igy Spir rom your loved son evec night nd Saturday emenRt-Read Ji in Frida~y and Saturday HERALD. to free ADMISSION, 31UT does en sir loved ones. Also music and song BATURDAY. S FOURT.ENTHI STREET ?. W. anasasa- n em.m Cured liis RUPTUE I ee badly reptered while Mittg ab pe eal yam age, Doctors esil umy ony bepe e ar was an op0rmtid. Thosse d 8" d.'. ""l a I sat, held of uomething that guickly and a plately sond me. Years bae passed and the rap. tuo has neer returned. althiough I am doing hard wark as a Carpenter. There was nI operation, so t time, no trouble. I bhem nothing to sell, but 1ogi.e oll information abmt htw yon mnar ned a mplete care withut opratie. if you write to me. Eugene '. Pallee. Carpenter, M-. dateltus Avenne,. Manasquan. N, J. Better ent out this notice and how it to any who are rep ture-you may save 1 :e stop the mie ry et rupture and the wmiY daer of an R ote Beretto nemdwsy, aSS te 86tih se. - RVW YOR argest and meet tranetlit Trneat Hetel Vdh ite. umi.a..l ihe etser e h..en.. A..... amaris..1 t-r.-. .1,.w a.n. ikami aptivEmaq kits quidt -- em. wibh kaei ALL THU COMFORTS OF NEW YORK CT" BUT NOTUS AT ONE.THW.D LMS MICL Esubssa sim 2 ra Sw8t.htsts. Constipation at. Dr. Chase's Liver Tablets *00 the. I-s aeie eses~n a ihu mler afegr. purify the blod and clear the onmplesion. tIny gems. Omme.q . i as am . 3ie. Dr. Chme C... U4 N. 16th St.. PhiIa i1e.. Pa. EDUCAnIom,& Washington School of Accountancy. New saneter begin, Feb. 4. Prelare. far C. P. A. ard trirm. ee ulletin. Ttog. W WALTO'4 T. I. . A., 173 G ST. 1W. Shorthand. 350 month EXPERT MEN Drafting, l3.,Q monhI Acmu., con TEACHERS. Preiaratory. 17.50 mouth Y. M. C. A. Mingle Courace. $1.3 up 1738 G St. SINGING. ELOCUTION. MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES. 10 EleVrnth Street Northeast. lhone Line. 173. Thursday& and oidaa 2314 Eighteeoth Street N. W. S90 REAL ESTATE TItUST BLDC. 14th and It Stree N. W. MRS. E. It. SIRVENT. Director. MR. 11' IS RIV ERA. Instructor. Old Point Comfort, Norfolk,Vae POUTHERN WINTER REbORTS. Epecial Tours to Famous Hotel Chamber"i Daily hervice. M La 0 el Siteamera. CInk liCk.'Ttrh'E. El .TU OX. OW. (Woodward liidnagl. XORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. The House Electric Chatham Courts, 1731 Columbia Read. -Exhibit of Ele-trical Appliances and Iract icl de monstrailns, u t he usc of Electricit in Cookint. ,of ili:. Clerantig, tC'. 1 to 10 E'. M. Daily and Sunday Until April 25. Music Ea-ry Eieninsg. Adisolamsen Free. SPECIAL NOTICE. The most unusta! collection of Its kind in Washington can be peen at PETERSEN'S Atlq-eHand-made Jewelry-Rare Caroe. 243 F. ACLrUSS FROMd WILLARD 90TE. N . lO1-TllIC.%t it lWPAbTMIKINT -OFICE ot the- i omuitller ,t thne 4'ioen . Whincgton, D c.. February 10.l1o % Wherea by satisfactory e n w i-seetedl to the undertina, it has been wade to . rtha "IThe liu -t Natiosal tnuk of %a4hington." tm the ci of Vashington., Diatrict of 'mit hasi coma wfithi all the perions of the -tamteo the , 'nidI - tate,- - rpird to be comlied wil, , tore in iadcx-lt~oiosal be author. ized to comurn-ce th ie.. of Itanking: now, therefo 1. Thomas P. Kae. Acting Comptn.lIr of th. 4'imcten, do h-rh> certify that The Duiont National Hank of WA hinton -i the (it, of .ashington. h. i'iet f olimbtia. is uth i d to cmmtence the t. ;,. 1 I Bantog ai -r-ided in Fliji it!-, .-e Ii id-d and sot)-nine -4 the enIed stato its of th Inated mtates. In tefimty whereof witne, mvo hand and meal of office this unth day of Fehirar 1916 T. P. KANE. Acting connjitro lee of tfe PoieT. MATTRESSES. Hair and Felt Mat tresses Made Over And renooated lall -izes3 .1eal to n-w $1.00 on - 1 W.ork guarantN- talhid for arol delvered tri-C das. W.e also ,taake tir Boo Mprings,. Eagle Bedding Co.. 1309 7th St. N. W. Ph..e N. 5210. pertence. andl aod era eanitary mreth e end mnachin ery for renovet i n g masttrieses, hex springs, etc., are at year sern lce. Mattresse Renovated $1.00 CAPITOL BEDDING CO., 4d3 Street N. W. Phoae K. 111d. VACUUM TEEATNENT. PROF. H. N. D. PARKER. Hont I .nf5 8pm ai. 5.to VIRGINIA K. JIOLT. Taste Aissistant to P'rof. Parkcr. Hotr', 1 to 5, and by approintnoent. Oi11ce and Residence. 1425 N st. ci. BLUTRRAN LANDS . OME.DAY A LiOME 0lt INVh*TMEcNV AT CABIN JOHN PARK WHY N'.)r TODAY? """ '"at '. ' Trat oos. ans o ilp clr SEoutthee sk.g. M. T4M, Roller Skating 2"'P IT I H E, 10BT. L4PMT-lN VICINITY OF K HTREEr MARKET. coin li. conitaining chect on Ul,e fruo Co.. SM gold piece, and ha.g. lLenard if returned to ltft K st. anw. LOHIT-ILtaCK 9tOl.,itoKd CONTAINIit. articte. ot vaine to orner. t, 00 rvnard. etmun it telhcne or,o ithe Wyom1ing. HELP WANTED-MALL .3N4C % ANTIdi Ti viiltHI~LIK ADVE4LTa lag matt!r. A. Ily COO a. m., rear of 33 Pa. ae. nlw. I VsA - 'AY ANY H-.kST AN I-P TO 550 montbly for tirt of apar time. No cavava. No caplital. Write todat. VoUJRHiE, De 12. Omaha. Nebr. dtIiNI ENT ltriNIfIvvNC NOW dIJPN E irting examinatios vv. k .a vic. hu:ainev. *aleivenaahil- c""' thr rug thlght by mail; an rolInmant fee. $5 tAiion fre. Addres, CAhINE~it vCOLLEGE. Rvgrs. Ohi-o. WRItTE HiiTOlPLAYK. V_ 't- 6$A EA'Hi EX Iieu fe nncal, ry :, infrmation fri-e to Igin nere HOWARD Pj. CO., 4611 Dr)ados M.. NwOrleans,. I.. WAtA, SCHAI'EVl-k LkE:.t. AT ('L. It. W. HENDIRAtN., If~ " "t w.r Will, WIIIKAWAK O ikIo.V\tN vAN EASai~ I-u the Civil -rh-ia ai arion- b-lki yoo fr rarlwa iMail 'rk. ism-l varir gisfice est delortmuenta lhk, base, 1STn AW gra1sre An expe ,jiv.no is rnnvns-vary when rou e. aecure ot r! vt. tvapf.t. w f.r 1 (O. sinio ha is rvrmtital.-v Partiedtars free. ,1 '. SlivFit WOOl), tel. I. C. 1'10 "'ascen. Fort Wayn", Ind. AlLESAICfiN fliST BE AE.LINI Iil G. 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SAL EMAA N I Y AIVIL ST- EXPELTI enrd in rnY ine. to at Zo trade In Dia trit ,f -olium,, . cril d .vevdxfty fv- ataistn; commreron morct; -: .tO weely for vexpet - CONTIN ENTAL JEWLL Y t), W7 13 Continental Bldgj , eelandl Ohi. VANTED \IAG0NETIC SPECILALTY SALESNIEN --oerfil, corvreng talker. to lil and tr saleilmenv. E'oi M.6 with 1, rl adan. VPE CIALTY. 106 hrler ig.. v'hksg-. II rNLEMvOIEN TO vELvI.L UE-STAildliHELI)NE OF laiots, roating chenai.. dmnfetanTits. ad ape e-al v tr m us..mer fttriv a a iroite, faii e r . , r -a l , a y ' t c 5,- t- 'it We e k I. V i H T.X 31FG. (.) -l-e;r'ai vIhr,-. 'NIi')IllTERI f-I 0-aMEN ANII IEI'AllUil' increase ourr inman by taking onrers fir -1r ashion speed keys t rf50 I-r set in calctil re vvir-l: eavy anony Foe ertirrlars address IlIl. HLAL 31F.. CO. 21 Waingto It., Newark,. N J. WANTED-AGENTS. Mt'Xj,,AN IMAONTY-SEXier-Y lei-SE31Hiik gerin; asMe raiubrw fIr. staa t iats. el a* vaght; lhe at wanted: -1rnt. weekI, a-t rrp": wite ick for o saraple c-re odtr free MdEXl OAN DIAMOfN) IMI'ORTINi CO., Bo1.x A 3 La. Crunr. N. Me. MIEN AND WMIEN T, Tl ltAVEL. DF..liN rste, avid retllairtler o real m nt. nIt -I visi.. lvi i friual nasautii vlay in demnana FIAt Viitv li., --aha. N. bi. AG ENT o KE5 5 1 3 AILY. No EX-E-:1 earce; fre, rtakog andl sam-le: nrew g-rus: r- r-. ile,: lag -ruti . irl hvseata. CLI El Ir J..k.ve ard I amtalI . cage. t l. A 't ANT E CIv Al.TICLE W~li i no l:leife canresist. Sale Made at e-.r1 h.vs J. W. lc3%IURPHY. 53= ee-h St. N-an -heat-. N. I. AiENtI6 WANTED-irT I 1 SENE . 'AN I nI li - heririon.e. WrvIte is q-ick N . -Mt ill. 3M Vainwryght Ildi., ot. l Nin. tfn IIl IRY ArlENTO: v;T Till, MONEY1iKElt. Sei on dght: Ii '-iS: fill parfir ar. lt-ev CA1.N COIN HOLDER It 'i. Painesrilb %lI 0W PLtli Ltal ALIDiWElw Di.rTrrlil 1i : free voapr sampre. PW(EET SOAP Cl.. 1, -a.onr. N. Hi. Av T QU~ L-e AliT l'fribEl r;.Astiil\ i Grr ing Sr. el GAsl-TrN1*': eu. svl:n- r . a iotlrtn. El iirarev -aln. IN a, an imm iv-rft. Sai iarate 1. WillE N11I- 4-i. Dept 1l, vina ai. wool wi AOENTi WANTEIl FOi i-T .EiLIINC hrr-rha ldi sIrealli.s o, earth. 4oly- lite - e rwei erit. anaire Iie. l- I;UIRE & 3ENZ, 30M6 Detr r se.. 11rr. Nw Yrk AGi. -.- A'TOiiATl, TELEPH N A TACH) mit. hIds rmriter v -yur er -feng lake ius.e of broth hand.; fair- :--, a r rIti. iafi-le pist aid 2L2. SL iSLELLAND CO. 'Ire-ele-- higj., - ani Fr rcdsco. AGENITS- OTH SEXE-;,1916 )ONANZA; P"I up your wn goodv. N\W-er pp in l. -; iala, a-bet and conitainrer uner or narei-. Nre miney make.: all reiters. t-afalogue a-ind eetiiona offer fr- MOORE SNMlOIALTY C , 4"7 trri a.. -iron, New York. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. ADVEl;TIE--b Wlti % IN lio MsONTiEi.l 1: t0 ZeOlies E.iO: '0 Sunday raxdm, $5; inl all $. C)NE AigENCY. _t Lontn. IN 3I ilt WANTk~lr rO pl:T I I03ii glc at it.0 aiery i-r growing b -inenb . .14-e: ieletd for expansaan. iR I hi 3. 4A 5th ft r - BUY fIll, ?,Tit-K IN lRODiCI\vr 0lX1PvJClAY Sirecial I-e price for mv dr-ring ra-n r don- 16 I -eli.: rinny , ir p-r ducting wtil raid - dividida. Wte; fr, irfrnnaion ANIAIAANATED 0IlL il)., 104 Colcord Bldg. Oklahoma. (Okla. A eEW TF.N-DOPLLAR SHARE-. IN OUR HUM ble oil Wells ma\ Mahe "r nerih. Otri-rs hav made $30 on one shalre, in %is moth. Fra latii larm write lIOROAN SIVIA, Hovon. Tex. AAVERlTIS-1 WOl~Rl IN IS SioNTHLIEI. SI 161 weeklies. 12.50; :1 tvSuday psaras. 50: in all *6 fOPE AGENCY. Mt. Louris. YACTORY NOJTilF LFREE INI'-CE3I ENTi, OF ferd youn to locate in lad. O., 'flich. or Ilt ;g -ije,. Ivvtigat-. BEORT v.A1SE. lkhsr artnd MONEY INVESTED ln ner trading and tusp-'ortfation busvrie in the IRevublic of Colinia vill doublre itself anualr Aiddes . U . IENSiIARK, Boxs 04, Aneu. Canal Zone. fletivbhe of Parvara. SAFE, CONSERVATIVE GROUND. FLOOR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. Wuill rarn ouit 40 per, cent net. No spuecrlarlor; high-clase vlantatiaon prpriton; proten aid in, darsed by dvaamers af cevreaav, growerr' asii tirtn. and goevernment e-,perimenvt staionsv. PA!AI DuELOP'uulENT CO., P'enaccia. Fila. FOR SAIF.-B00ES. NEW AND BEAUTIFULLY illustrated Life of Dr. Booker T. Washington. Books ready for delivery. Agents' outfit mailed on receipt of 10 cents to cover postage. Address B. F. JOHNSTON, Inc., 926 Pa. Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C. 301YO EENT-TYPEW-RTERS TYPEWRITER RENTAL gRv-Kle North~ USL USE 1t at. nw.. formerly I Randolpi place. Afonurebs rented *i.ts p.r moath.; s mnthsa 10.30; 4 months, SLE0; No. 6 Remsingtona, SI; L. C Smiths. #5 and St-U: Underwood.. Remingtons $3p Redaetions If paid 3 or mlnhs a advane Babeui '9,sns fe. st 1AYS TO R ZALD CLA FOR SALE-HOUSES. $2,295. $100 cash, balance $20 monthly, including all in terest Until ALL is paid. ONLY 4 Left. 6 rooms, bath, porches, front and back yards, modern im provements, combination gas and coal range. 539, 541, 543 and 545 15th St. N. E. One square from 15th and H N. E. Sample house open Sunday until 9 P. M. 5 Sold 4 Left 0. B. ZANTZINGER, 903 New York Ave. N. W. REAL ESTATE. Tl .I E1'NT 4i- I'li it, H \1 libr I II. dilan. < . *i. Ja . e t F '0 hab,. ,d 1s. '.. .:. abr,,- ... hl.- I ear to n,, e ii .. ir. N. - ibr-.. .i 4 , b tharb :i-e. ,im *- -. i. At'. a Jt)W.r '.. hamIr .' I4 .r- .. oru I. bliHT NiLI1 1,,ii ag1, m4 . f 4a4ns iib 141r fo nr t i pr MI'NT '.Jai mu . : Illt 1 .1 4d ' 4ll.t 4 , A it g.Z01 44HA.x lol \.1 K. It ' i ii 4 . . 4 FOR SALF-LOTS. ZXI - l\ 'N 1,H f - tE T -EX TEN I Ll IA I T " l \ b ' 1A4ua fn t arTI' ,' r, k lar-. an a. c r ii i An..e Pr :p ertgies a - p r bient - lto I h e f 4rs i . I f i - r t o 4 ,1e . - -WANTED-REAL ESTATE. \av l 'Vj Michl il any ni ,y Gru. 'in l. . iI. A \1 -1 n , : frim 4'a. n eor n a~i t -. . O 7 : . . ld. i . N ain 74 mClang Properties aD Apartments to Rent. 1..-i i ,d - .4 rl MeJt Paul V. Mitchell &Cmay N A____ _I v __I'_ _ A V . ELECTI WIRG. BORNER SELETFRCALS., 42 1 I Claod r A1 in 743 .5.'_T.;,1101A.. .111 4 =1 N. L; . X3. 4,t PA5INE AND WCAICEMNS. Vacuum Cleaning, $3.50 Per Day. fo r e l nte 5, per a d a ini NAT1 uNAL 1I4X M4 LE CO. - AIN 4415. 6Th AND T. N. UT. ,IANO TI hNINis. MANY YEA AT9 \VEBI:H R AND TiN\pwVal faleaDO An m .w ri. T H 0.\ ERhON. M N 1:mn:. u. 110 Kb. i nie Lar c. 36. GLQSr.ot .a,.rr P'AINTIAt. A%1D PAPERHA4IW(. WALL. PAPFR. 10c 15o. 2S:. AND 50c. Ipa per. 6oc and 10c per piece; roorn. pa pere d $2 r09. Plastering and painting oft all kinds. !LE PREUX. 0 lt. NGHT Ph1e N. 470. MiHP~1i~AND R L-GS CLEANED BY lUM pree str. lrae har~nnes way tc~npressed Att carpet Cearina Co. ml C st.* Pho____ M._I_. asINDOW CL~*E(ale. PHONE4 M. 710 TO NAVE fOrR WINDO.'WS eane. Acme. Widow Clearbing Co.. U 6 wv OAXe bEm.1 . 4 AYUt .~ FOR HuiRE--AUTrrMdBliLE. 51 PEll HIJLI. 4Ie-ranner 'ouring cari. chas cars a.ud p.rumpt servier guaratured. lhens ijnnlr, 364:. EORD T'OCRING CARS. 115 PER Boua, whites chaufheum Phone CoL. Ut RiOOMS AND BOARD. I!~K .i'LWWMINGIY tou S ECdND Bloer fra.: poreb. hat, ha 5ater select m51 Ioundings; cuisine the best. 1 K ort N4.-LARG;E. CL.EAN sonU~tl able for to; roych, bat~h. ho'. water; seec sul. isundinw; ectisine the best FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS F4)R BALE-- 14A1RG AlN :ii B l L A 4',i MlrIlT Gicle lmerss: og ,ieab :C rell <.--abi-ed trao, have tr hoe N -dte NMliE I-110r.. 7419 M41b1O)IIYIIES AND' Bi4Y1L4 W.> ANTED. and for- .al.. New snd neled hberie, 11 ai., up4. and 4a4asS-nrrbi de i -lan.4 motr4des, ta Ini. MUNGER~i 11R14S' EXC'HANI.;. Eli 9th at , 11 Nortih Casa.j FURBNITURE ! NEW AND SLIGHTLY USED. From Some of the Best Homes in the City. Cash or Credit. Save Money Buy at HOP WOOD'S 8th and KSts. NEW AND BEAUTlFCt.L1 ILLU"i trated Life tf Dr. hooker 7. Wash. Ington. Books ready for delivery. Agents' outfit mailed on rece.pt of 3e cents to cove? poatape. Addre-s B. P. OUmNSTnN. S .Q Pa. nea. nuy.. EAD AND .SSIFIED J CLAIRVOYANTS. I'AI.MIXTItY AND ( All[, H EA 01\I. MRS. R. LUSBY, Tarot and 111- ign Ilar , E . d A a 733 12th N. W. ; A, I- 1a 1,,Le Mrs l~al f u.he a a.r; R .a .n.0d to 1a-.1rs t...4 Lt: ~ 2 f.n Af~ .>lf And b ar. tO. 0 tate f o a m. -'. so N UA :i t r r 7Mi . _r At;1 A, IT!' -T NW.. na" I as schtnt a g: at .a -e . 0,1: t or m e ar the1, I I A I1 1(Oaf ta ST 01i E atnlI cUiEl I ft l' 4 MRS. R. LUSBY, - - T. r : La. IA' . a 733 12th N. W. CONSULT THE ZANCIGS imAIl N ' INEi' E-Al YM Te Geatst ardRede - tI a nd 4la n Redig rMRS. GAYER 'hd Ehe up. Ace 11 First21.1%. DELMAIN SISTERS -Re, ""l Ohat ,tn wGnt to know rIeadi,.g. 5oe. te. 10L a. m. w P. m. Sday, 4 to . 61i ith L oW. PERSONALS Good I-k. Happi cess Adan ce ehnt . too ae. . t,r to cr a t o '-e - eI hath and goed par *aer, and good .ucI . Lae on va!Oc. 191C in a E f yar inr h TI RAH Herb liu. tne. '. mate a ra or anmie free r.1w b - ft .. c. 1e TU-ELA-HE Lmoad Medoe g-i f. Lat cis you a . TU RA HE Hen Tat to .a atin. Iadie on, beer and khne' U and e T( RA- HE Tab.et for oTr. Fa. as-- 1-r. TV R.A HE LInent. 15c. TI RA HI. 'ough hp.e TL-ILA HE I-wenge. Wf. T1 RA U1i F tthelp Powd.r. 1e TI KA HE I"r- Ta ':' H;y . T' RA HE iaee Powoer, it. TI-RA HE Prfue, 10., 25 ad Ie. TI: HA RIE H&lT and Mramp Pcoade. 1Wr 'T RA HE Taicuma P. - der tor. TI' LA H E Herb.l nh. ' - . Ti RA H E a. Ve.tl Cr.a. 10e TI IA-HE HealtA 'ancy bherth, .nd, =u14 c'.terr. saaa'tas ax~ svar .W. a I, la. I HA HL M -a 1 Z:1. Kida noakte.. a1d. ar.d feet n, s. T- ILA HE I. -an Dolls. 5c. TU RA ]IE Pe. '--, . ., I seas ' be apprecaIted, c P'lo'-da Snre S 4ar C'o. ke and .f A arg, "'aefi Uf Id '" " e g herdl sad mals. tmeraml. quarat.t and yn. ' ladia Wigwam Herb Remedy Establishmeut 172%rvne.eth %treet 1. 1. Bat. R. and a. Waahiaton, D. 4. - a . ar ft ' e - Jt TH ', OTICE: ArlifInal teeth ani sectnd hnd 2-onde and Jele', bough -1ola Abrahams. 1415 G. Op. Pat. Offee. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET OVER 30 YEARS',I . ' aft.u *'r a 1 4mese-s of1 It, : ad S . ; Means Health to You If You Sufer tflm fcat h I 1-7. Ite'.oc: r 4 co , .14 P~ ~ ~ ~ I -> l' t sW -- .-Ir s It.r' atd Al t.a'e Daasa L~r tor LIf by Charges Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room for ladies. U'a H, a I. t 1.: o . 0m , Ict MONEY TO LOAh. ISONET TO LOAN oN APPROVED CITTY EAL eat at c..est narr t ta. ea. flanIel with ?eexect to-l p o TLERK A al. E '11:t. 1 r.. 1 th SL \N~tNi IU L'AN -SZ.-T3 TO 5A.A tN D.C tr . -t r.ds. 4-, 'e Per n A:. "l:aai unh e-- -orimat road er:':- ter eo: .e tW\1 H. t'At DELRS 1 I. , 'im Iuidmg ft 15th at. n.s. LOANS. LOANS HORNING 0antih lad of Hih a Bridge. FREE AUTOS i-rom. Dth ad D St. N. W. __SPIRITUALISM. Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D., Spiritualist Medium. \Ira Daawton is s''ai0d art ronrlmiled 1n titt inrteligenc. and while 'rmder these one tiole can atnd dieem it the. ati-yl acif o I -o1t. tre aet: an of nin w hi de.,.'r.e n [i e.d dadaio. .fad t ae-ma, tdeed. that n Mamig mut cme romthat mstnous . rld lWa wr neld know 'e. 'mgn. cm no.t fead t'.he oS. tar ana, ileo thea maa tenlout lito,t he -great bind. -am thre lark e'iaan uhle, eptart the bUnat bodS: rett th , titir- t e t -l '0 to ti o 4. t hat '~ t'ir o a i stt and are r thes - /~ Z a lIi. . - XIII . IIear t r n eks; tnend - . ileitumaship taet hr I t I nattuni bWe hot ask to t em ni 0 t to ur ton-ir, and *ineen,-l 1027 9th St. N. W. Phone Main 607@. AUTOMOBILE REPATRING. CEATitLIL LAISitSI .(1 i40f AILeD A~JT I WOitkb. Treek and Automnoldb e dies to Order. Degr.e mS .. SI IL . . u e m ._ USE r DS. NON-JMMiAL AvertngPraate Death R i um S d.mg. Redrng al. Saving Li. il lI:THi I. op RFL IIN THE 41tEU LATJON (.r 7Tt. U1JANIj ,nd LNsI.\TIAI. HAlHA LALI, VAR; a m ab.1nt 1"to The Vacuum Treatment T-'it Al AX IA I- I I - Lgl IL en .iGHT Di' i t A l If ; uATh..,. 11 %II SIA. ; 11I - ' ATE1 I L ARTERo R) i .RMRTI), a. wt ob top. H'iATE kil.MLN-1 - . NIg~gl\-I I',Mg .Al. A.. -T\ HI T I 'I 4, I n L PROF. H. N. D. PARKER. 1.. 4- 1.lao-. - ,,r ,t 'IuAS L tee L T tl IL . -:5 Ill\r 14IIl j,. -H AnINGToN I, ING11% A k6. 11@L-1. \ 'I . I T J .T i . ..e d b ,4 \ A IA WAIFTE-MISSCETANEOUS _IA\ AN\I 4LI -I 'LM TEETH Ar. ro eM a . _ee 16 IJA I- s w f w -M~ * e 1 0 g e .ines ..l ! aas n . . osm= eag t hre-, ..-te . .. uadio aI. o . o en- 'n. as and b-alg.4% *Ti. se dse .-A - rI', 'ma WW c. 114 X H kier.ld (hr l G% POE.3 - Ri ANTFl 1 -I A 71- H ':T n. - 1 - * ' t-A - .N - - -I 'I I - - I'l i REt4 OF .)l NFE. T.'jtgh \oFT Ot A . Ar1 - e A1- BO. A. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS l i lt It o-I' I - I n I' hi u' l.A., MOVING. PACKING. STORING. F'r e. *lu for otew ge . 3343 e 1. 2344. %IITH% TRANeER A ITOR 4.F- to.. 912 9. ight Ph,, . 2m ______- _SIGNS Mr. Merchant! AN ATTRACTIVE SIGN IS A MIGHTY GOOD BUSINESS A GETTER v We Make the Better Kind of Siga at Quite a Good Deal Les Cost. ~GARNER-AV/PPEfRT Co/ M. 5795. ELECTRICAL PT n T -o es fo r le t ,C l " N matter hwa e ah orate y o,.r d tion.. wali Pae- Or flooring msy IeI can rtet em.& d our elpern '. ctan wil; no IF c' defaic 'hem' .2'h .i'r. Iegre TC h a1e' r #t backed tF 4.1ARANTE F. J. Lusby & CO. ElcrclContractors & Engineers Weedward Building. ___ DIED B IRI)IN.\N6 .John H-n-' in - - the 61t ear '. t ing children J .J - T WA BIramh' -I non.1 Mrs M - h' mAt *Nel'ie and Puners' Mau Reousemr m - i at I'nw MEVERI- II m*14 h 're I.... - 8. + northwe *' \ : t I ' 1 ,., 2 * F,,neral .jiI#n 1. N ' I'.\TRI<'-N- tm ui h'. at Ithe II Shn,. -* - *0 eId. IfI FUERAI DESIGNS. I PPROPRATE FLORAL TOKENS c~ud. DmCo. 1214 F4i.a.