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Washington
Herald
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
READ FOR PROFITS USE FOR RESULTS
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tion
CLASSIFIED RATES
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foreig?i refrese^ta mrt?
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Tort Off** fnbnne Bid*.
lhiea?r <~*?ae Tribon* RkU.
?>??*1 0?e? O FcwtJ
?t. Loste o?V? Third Nen^eiA<B*nlBM?
WANTED?AGENTS.
ROOSBVBT.T MEMORIAL llOOK HXC&
trmtrd. World W?r UMory. Ptetarial. nw?
Imoto turlnc rwinnciM ??>?. Our asent* dolm
(??Mt busnow Get with llte? hou??. But
I.TTM. Otita? ft*. R. U PHILLIPS PL'H
USHlNii CO.. Ctiicw. 111.. Philadelr-hi*. P?-.
Atlanta, G*.. Waco. Tex.. Denver. CcL, Butte,
MMt \ditf-a iiMfWt office. f-CS-A
HELP WANTED?MALL
RoCTE BOY T" MERVB HERALD. APPLY
SANLEY TRAVIS. Sl? 3rd ?. n?
RUAUMAN WANTED nut C1ROCLATION
work. Apply Mr. BUCK, Washington Her
?W. M4t
WANTED?FOR INSTALLATION
of two-shift system, able-bodied
men for the
FIRE DEPARTMENT .
Of the District of Columbia.
Bet. the ages of 21 and 37 years.
Advantages of employment:
Permanent employment; 20 days'
annual leave with pay: free medi
cal a'tention: sick leave with pay;
free street R. R. transportation;
pension system.
For further information apply at
U. S. Employment Service Bureau.
1410 Pa. ave. nw., Washington.
D. C. Fe4,6,8,10
GOOD POSITIONS OPEN
. AS
CONDUCTORS AND MOTORMEN
PERMANENT WORK
GOOD PAY
Special consideration given appli
cations of ex-soldiers and men hav
ing previous experience.
Apply
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
9 to 12 A. M.
Instruction Department,
Washington Railway and Electric
Company,
14th and East Capitol sts.
fe2-14t
JANrfOR WHO UNDERSTANDS
care of down draft boiler. Ap
ply Manager Knickerbocker Thea
ter, 18th ar.d Col. rd. ja.l9-tf
MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS.
track men, white and colored la
borers. Apply ROOM 308, Union
Station. ja7-tf
HELP WANTED? FEMALE.
GIRL* TO I.KAttN PRESS FEEDING. AP
ilj BREWOOD, 519 lJrh ?t. ??. fi^lt
WANTED?GIRL. FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: S6 a week; no Sunday work. E. V.
MoSCRH ?3T H nc. fe&Zt
NEAT COMPETENT iTTrU OR WOMANi
to cook arwl jjweral houaework; leaie city.
1401 Col. road.. APT. 26. fc6-lt
W A.VTEK-AT rrv*E! I1IRL TA1LORESS;
srood aalary. Apply 16? 17th at. nw. fe5-3t
HODSKKEEfKB AND C<xjK. KluLiABLET.
10 a. re. to 7 p. m. week daya. 3 a. m. to 3
r m. Sondaja. Main 45JT. Mr*. IHJKK. be
fore i. f?5-3t
w.anted waitress!-whiter
permanent position. GALLAU
DET COLLEGE, 7th and Florida
ave. ne. Phone Lincoln 2450.
fe5-2t
WANTED?A GIRL FOR CLER
ical work. Apply 611 7th st.
nw, fe2-7t
HELP WANTED?Male and Female
PHOTOS
Finished promptly. BROOKS,
I32oj^t_nw^____|__ja28^ot_
FOR RENT-ROOMS.
IK* JTH ST. NW -NEATL* PI RNISHED
(root roitn ?uitaMe for ge-ntln?an. $3.00 per
week; board if desired; roocn and board $35 per |
month. I'bone terrioe fe6-*
(iKNTLLMA N-MoDtKN ROOM; MT\ ,
I'leaaant car line; near Keneaaw (Ve. Phone I
Co^ 13?*W. f?*3t J
14M PA AVfc. NW . BET llTH AND 15TH
at* - Nicely furnished front room, next to bath.
Phooe Franklin TOT fe6-7t
IN "EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE "HOME
Apt. for refined couple or gentleman; two J
annny rooma; handaomely furniahed; A. M. 1.;
electricity; maid ?ervice, reaaonable. 1611 3Btn |
at. W. *. fei-3t |
IN BAKDSOME PRIVATE HOME; UE.Nri.K
man preferred; one room and private bath;]
breakfaat if deaired. dereiand 1434. fe4-3t i
LARllt BAY WINLHIVS , HOST BOOM.
nicely furnished; witable for couple or three
ladies; vicinity N. Capitol and R sta. Pbona
North f?Mt
LARGE BEAUTIFULLY FUR
nished front room with private
bath; five windows; in exclusive
neighborhood; $60 per month.
Call North 5019. jaJ9-tf
Help Wanted?Male and Female. Help Wanted?Male and Female.
LIBERTY BONDS
and
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
BOUGHT
We Will Also Buy Partial Payment
Cards.
Central Building, Room 11 ?Cor. 9th and Pa, Ave.
FURNISHED ROOMSJOR RENT
B ST. N. E., 318?A two-room
suite, suitable ? for 3 gentle
men, near bath; reasonable.
Lane. 4480-J. 2-7
610 LA.MONT ST. NW.?COM
fortably furnished room, 2d
floor front; plenty heat, hot water,
srood Hnht. Ph. N. 9104. j?3l-7t
WANTED?APARTMENTS.
TWO OR THREB-ROOM APAJVTMKNT;
will buy furniture to obtain lease. Main 4M5.
, between 9 and 5. BOX 33. Herald office.
f<*?
11' HACK 57 KKK1NKK COl't'LE; NO
children; bedroom. Kitting room and kitchenet
te; near Mt. Pleasant car line nw. UoX 331,
Herald office or M. 3300 br. 1. fe4-3t
Kl'HMSIIKU.
HOTSEKKEP 1NG APARTMENT. TWO OR
three room*, bath and kitchenette, wholly or
partly furnished; walking duuaea or convenient
to car line. Write all particulars. BOX 331.
Icrald office deSl-tf
WANTED?ROOMS.
BY YOWfl'COlTLR SMALL FURNHHKO
apartment or mom with or near to food board.
BOX <BJ, Herald office ? fefrX
WASTE* OS" oil "BFJoRE FXB. 1J-BT
refined employed couple. 1 or 2 unfur. rooms,
doee iu preferred. References. Write CHA9. O.
OLA 08. en 12th at. nw. ur BOX 329 Herald
office. te2 6t
WANTED?HOUSES.
| DESIRE A HOME. PREFERABLY OV
eight rooms, in the northwest section. Addrtws
Dr. J. W. CROWL. 1128 Park road nw Co
lumbia 5813. JaZl-tf
REAL ESTATE.
Some Day a H ?me oi iD'ntmenr at
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WHY NOT TODAY?
Pot plats, illustrated book*. and full parttcu
I Isrs about these little farms, attractire boms
| litea, and low prices, see ot write
J. S. TOMUNSON,
?4 SOUTHERN BLDU. MAIN TH?.
Six n?w hoc.ve and bungaiowa ready foe la
| iyecticn, r.,3? to f2.2Cd fc>say terms.
?od-tf
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOME9.
J. S. TOMUNSON. 324 SO. BLDG. M 1445.
Six new houses snd bungalows rcsdy for in
spection. II to 8 M0. Eaay t?rms nnff t/
LOST.
Loar-arERbiNo silver aviati o n
wing*. Sunday evening; probably in Palace
Theater. i' lOtj* Ool. ? ? i*r3t
ITJ.vT OR MISUMlV-i'OlJCY NO, 8307994
issued by Tlie Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Company, on tlie life of (Jrace L. Hurd. The
. finder will pIee?o return it to the undersigned.
I An application ha* been made for the issuing of
a d?;>Ueate. GRACE L. HURD. 903 Woodward
I BaiMing. j?31tl?
lLOST-AT SOUTHERN RELIEF BALL. NEW
WUlard Hotel. Monday f toning, February S, a
, gold and platinum bar pin set with a row of
pearls and three amythesta. Reward if returned
to F. W. SCOTT*ITS Eye at. nw. f?5-lt
LoST-AIItEUALb TEKR1KK. BLACK A NO
tan; 6 mouth* old; answers to name of "Ruff;"
license JSo. 7469. Reward if returned to 1908
Belmont road qw. I'hone North 6917'. fe6-7t
LOAT?BLACK VELVET Bai.. OO.STAlNlMi
money, purse, etc.. Sunday e?emng. vicinity of
loth and U ?ta. nw. ? Phone N. 6C36 cr return to
! 1321 C st. nw. Libera' reward. fe6-3t
LOST ? DIAMOND"" BARPIN,
probably at Southern Relief Ball,
Feb. 3. Valued because of associ
ation. Largest possible reward if
returned to Mrs. N., 1761 N St.
Phone Franklin 4278. fe5-3t
rOST^ANTlQUT EARRING;
banjo shape set with pearls. Lib
eral reward if returned to 614
4j/2 st. sw. ja3l-IOt
LOST-NEAR PETWORTH. BOOK ofHElf
I sld receive. Plea** return to Herald office
(CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT de5-tf
FOUND.
iKiCND iHXi. REDDISH-BROWN MALh
shepherd dog. Apply ANIMAL, REriCUE
LE \i;UE. 349 M ? .if. SW. f"6-3t
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
REMIN?iT*?N VISIBLE NO..M; $37.50; LAT
ent imprm^pient*; .splendid condition; does ex
cellent work. 1813 Kalorama road. (Mt. I'leas
*!?? cars!; North 975:* fo6-3t
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
OUR TASK WAS COMPARATIVELY EASY
to buy the stock of men's worn suite, OTer
coata, pants, etc.. that wo now own, and the
stock to be bought is to be paid for we know,
and ka?e prepared a good bi$ bunch of cash
all for you and other g-x>l dressers. Phone us
to call. JUSTH'S i >LD STAND. 6fl D. fe6-lt
n/UV Throw away your old rtotbes. We psy
VYIII you fancy i>rices. Will call for goods.
M. TENDLAtt,
813 D st. nw. Franklin TT6&-J. )a23-90t
PERSONALS.
LIBERTY
? BONDS!!
? BONDS!!
~j Bought for Cash
|R| BY PRIVATE PARTY.
S WRITE ME AND
I WILL CALL,
r?, POSTOFF1CE
LLI BOX 1719, LOCAL
MADAME LA BLANC
Electrical Massaging and Scalp Treatment.
Manicuring, il a. m. to ? p. m.. except Sun
day
APT. 4, 2D H ST. NW.
fris-m
NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP
008 F at. nw Phone Pranklin 2J02.
Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop
U13 1Kb at. nw. Phone North ?T>J.
Hours- 9 JO a. m. to 7 p m.
Strictly Sanitary.
Under a Pro*reasons* None. fa?m
PERSONAL.
Making Wine and Beer at Home
Simple and eiptidt recipe. (Copyrighted).
Host of making two gallons of beer 73 cent*.
Not over of alcohol. Can used in
two weeks. For recipe send $1 to
THE AMERICAN JOY KITCHEN CO.
3603 Moaart Place.
(Phone. Col. XKJ.) fe6-7t
DIVORCES
1 am a skilled in?estigator in all branches
of DETECTIVE WORK. Dirorces are my
spedalty. Linguist, absolute secrecy main
tained, alao ciyiL criminal and foreign
tratel work solicited.
MADAME ENA MEO
1TB B ?t. ow. Call D?j or Niftit
DR. GRAHAM
CHIROPRACTOR
Warder Building, 533 *th st. nw.
Office hours. 9-1114.
AMY ELLIS
Manicuring and scalp treatment. Hours, 10 to
7. Open Sundays. 7IS list, nw.. Apt. 2. ja30-90t |
MADAM PARKER
Gi(ted Palmist and Hairvoyant, gives advice ,
on all affairs of life. She asks no questions, but
will tell you what you want to know. You will
be wiaer and hapi>ier after seeing her. Satis
faction or no charges. Headings, $1.00. i
HOURS 10 A. M. TO S P. M.
1211 E st. nw.. between 12th and 13th its I
ja?-90t ;
DIAMONDS,
AND JEWLlKY
Bought for cash from prirate parties and estates. ?
316 Washington Loan and Trust Building. 9th 1
and F ats. nw. ja29-90t
Old-Fashioned Herbs !
The barb ts purely a
vegetable product and can
hate no bad effect upon
the svatem It purities the
b.ood. tones op tb? sys
tem, replenishes the kid
I MfL thereby relieving
Ly B right's Disease. Gravel.
vff Rbeuiratiam. Sciatic-.
Lumbago. Coughs and
Colds.
M.'A. LOUIS & SONS
The Herb Specialists, 229 (i st. nw.
TREATMENTS rOK VARIOUS AILMENTS.
?WK |
Economize on Your Moving
For reliable Quick service on local and long
distance moring call on A. H1TE. 332 M it vw. 1
Phone Franklin 1545-W. defl-tf j
flora Mae
Manicuring, scalp treatment, shampooing and;
facial massage. .
1418 W St. N. W.. Apt. 31.
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS ,?????
Nertcais and Special Diseases at Men an* TT-nsfi.
Means Health to You If You SuMer
Frsrn Catarrh, Obesity. Rheumatism, t.uosupa
Uoo, Piles. Throat. Lungs Brsin, He^rt. Blood
sod Skin Diseases. Nervout Debility. Kktasg
L>ia<*a?e?. Bladder Trouble Spedflc Blood Poi
soning. Eruptions. Clears, and All Private Die
ea-s^s Cored for life by Safe Vlrthoda
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room tot Ladiel
Office Hours. 10 to 1. 3 t*> 4. Suodaxs. 11 to IX
Skin Affections a Specialty
Eczema, acne, pimples, lupus, etc. Local tu
mors and cancers; no cutting. Dr. NICHOL
SON. 130i H st. nw. 10 to 1; 3 to 7. jal4-90t
MlSS~ARNEBERG
MANICURING AND SCALP TREATMENT.
Hours. 10 a.m. to I p.m.
316 M ?t. nw. N. 4?
jal2-90t
SPIRITUALISM.
Licensed by the District of Columbia.
Psychic and Vocational Fix pert.
Dr. Charlolta Jeanne
WHY NOT CONSULT ONE OF AMER
ICA'S most correct mediums. Advice in re
gsrd to health, success and liappineak If
you are ill or discouraged an analysis of
your esse will help you immediately. Office
hours 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. 1402 Eye st. nw..
Room 1. Franklin 7617-J. jaS 9tt
PALMISTRY.
PALMISTRY la a recognized science, and
R1ZPAH ELDON
Is known as one of its greatest exponents. Hun
dreda viait this remarkable woman daily. Con- ,
plete readings, with accurate description of what '
your hand foretells, only $1. Reception parlors '
N. E. corner of ?th & O nw., entrance 6th st
Pours 10 a. m. to 10 p m. del3-Mt
PROF. WRIGHT
Palmist and Clairvoyant.
Private reading daily; satisfaction guaranteed.
Hours, Jl a. m. to 8 p. m. Phone Main 143T.
513 F at nw. delft,*
BELMONT
Scientiflc palmist and clairvoyant, can be con
sulted on all affairs of life. Readings, fl. 1211
New York a?e nw., between 12th and 13th sta.
Honrs, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. deZT-SOt
MR. ARTHAN. ' . 1
Noted platform teat medium. Readings daily
on all affair* of life; tells eTerything; best ait- '
viser; see him. you will make no mistakh. j
Studios. 500 G st. nw. dell-Ht
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. !
FRANK THEODORE ALLEN. SCIENTTPiO!
astrologer (director. Astrological Research So- j
dety). Private readings, by appointment only,
12. Typewritten readings, by mail, v|6 and up. i
115 E st. nw. Phone Franklin 6822. Jal5-90t '
' " ' 1
SPECIAL NOTICE.
$ 1.50 Window Shades, $1.00
Our big apedal?Flne*t 8.50 Oil Opaque Win- j
dow Shades, Hartuhom rollers; meaaured, made
and hung by factory experts. Only $li Older |
at once.
The Shade Shop, ff jJ?J*
W. STOKE8 SAMMONS, Proprietor.
fei-90
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
MISS LOUISE PAGE
NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL
93) V at, nw. Phone Franklin 7770.
In After ? p. m. ja24-90t
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
SHOE REPAIRING.
AMERICAN SHOE
REPAIR CO.
Our SOLE aim is to
you money.
Electric
ohlnery d o ? a
the work while
you wait.
1029 Scventl
GENERAL HOFgE REPAIRING.
Carpenter and Contractor
Alterations tad new work done for reasonable
prices Ap^ly 613 M st. nw. Phone North
401*J. Ja25-9Ot
extersunators.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
Will no your homo of roaches. anta. water
buss and bedbugs. 1 will call and clean yonr
home of roaches, guarantee for one year tur
*2.50, or refund your money. Sold by druggists
or A. M C.. CO.. Ml N. Y. are. Main
2K 2. Jal7-?t
IMPORTED LACES
CARLISLE EXCHANGE
Host Candies
Exclusive Agents for
MARTHA WASHINGTON
CANDIES
Try Our Goodies
Mrs. M. Blair, 3008 14th st.
TOOLS AND KNIVES SHARPENED.
\TT SHOP IS THE ONLY ONE IN THE
city thoroughly equipped for all kinda of knife
and tool sharpening and repairing. 1 solicit
especially the trade of farmers, butchers, car
penters. manufacturers, etc. All work guar
anteed to be of highest quslity. Don't forget
that lawn mower! J. V. HLTCHIN3 A ?*>?.
Id O It DW Main m. Jail-ate
PRINTING.
FOR SATISFACTORY I'HINffNOTMASOrf
atle prices. caU O. K. PRINTING CO.;
prompt service. Franklin 7<T1. 435 6th st. nw.
jalOtOt
BUSINESS CARDS.
1? CALLING CARDS. 39C.; 100 BUS1NE8S
cards, ?c Card case free. EARLE WAYNB.
606 H * nw., Washington. D. Q. Ja?tl
PLASTERING.
Let Me Do Your
PLASTERING
1 Do Jobe of All Kinda
Franklla J740-W, (12 1 St. nw. W. H. FAIR ALL.
****__
I'lJlMBING.
A. W. HAGERMAN
JOBBING REMODELING
QUALITY FIRST.
Franklin ?132 1133 l?h st. nw.
Ja 12-901
ELECTRICAL.
HHWIRING
IS YOUR HOUSE WIRED?
If not ask us to give you the
complete cost.
FRANK GLASCOX
ELECTRIC CO..
1405 14th St N. \V. Main 120
Bare Your El*ctrical Wiring Installed By
F. L. CLARKE
EJectncal Contractor?Supplies,
MT. M Street Northwest.
Lights, Bella. Fans, Motors, Repairing.
AUCTION SALES.
Tho*. J. Owen A Son, Auctioneer*, j
Trustree' sale of valuable two-story brick dwell
ing. 2303 I7th st. nw. By Tirtue of a certain
deed of trnat duly recorded in Liber No. 40K, !
Folio 386. et seq.. of the land records of the |
District of Columbia, and at the request of the
I>arty secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction, in the office of Tbom- [
?*s J. Oweu <& Son, Auctio^ers, 1231 (J st. nw.,
on iSiday. the 7th.day of February, A.D.. 1919,
at 4 o'clock p. m.. the following described land j
and premises, situate in the District of Colum
bia, and designated as ami being lot numbered I
Fifty-two (52), in Margaret Ogle's subdivision [
of part of lot numbered Ten (10), in Block num
bered six (61, "Meridian Hill," an per plat re
corded in Book 44. j ege 106, in the Surveyor's j
Office of the District of Columbia. Terms of
sale: Sold subject to Two prior deeds of trust
amounting to about $1,800. and the amount over
and above said trusts to be paid in cash. A de
posit of $100 required at time of sale and the
i purchaser allowed fifteen days to complete the
purchase. Further particulars at time of ?le.
FREEMAN GEORGE FOWLER. CLARENCE
M. DeVElLE, Trustee*. fel.S.M.7
PROPOSALS.
-t
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON,
D. C., February 5. 1919. Sealed proposals will
be received by the General Supply (Vmimittee at
Its office in Washington, D. O., until 2 o'clock
p. m.. Wednesday, March 12, 1919, and then
publicly opened, foe furnishing, as may be or
dered from time to time during the fiscal year i
beginning July 1. 1919, and ending June 30. 19"J0.
materials, supplies, and equipment described in
class 1. stationery and drafting supplies; class 2.
hardware, metals, leather and saddlery; class 3,,
dry gotida, clothing, boots and shoe*. cloth bags,
flags, wearing apparel, window shades, ami cor
dage; class 4, drugs and medicines, and chemi
cal*; cla*>5, laboratory apparatus, and hospital ap
pliances and surgical instruments; clan* 6, elec
trical. engineering, and plumbing supplies; class
8, brushes, glass, luWHcants, painters' supplies,
and paints; class 10, groceries and provisions,
meat. and meat products, fish, and household
supplies; clan 12, photographic supplies, meteoro
logical instruments, towers, etc., and meat-in
spection supplies; class 13, engraving. printing,
and lithographic supplies (excluding supplies for
the Government Printing Office and the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing); class 15, incan
descent electric lamps; class 16, incandescent
gas lamp supplies; claas 17, motor trucks; class
18, machines: Addressing, eorop-.iting, duplies^
ing, folding, sealing, ani typewriting; supplies
for addressing machines; typewriter exchange al
lowances; and typewriter equipment and repair
part a, of the General Schedule of Supplies, for
use by the Ex ecu tire Departments and other
establishments of the Government. of the United
States of America in Washington, D. O., anjl
foe use by such field services ss are included in
the specifications for the various classes of sup
plies, and for direct delivery from contractor's
shipping point on government Ull of lading in
accordance "with paragraph. 12 of Form A. Pro
posals must be executed in accordance with in
structions arid on blanks which will be furnish
ed upon application to the General Supply Com
mittee, The Auditors' Building, Fourteenth and
B sts. sw., Washington, D. CL CARTER
GLASS, Secretary of the Treasury. fe6.13
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. O.,
Washington. D. O., February 4, 1919. Sealed
proposals will be received at thia office, Room
511 District Building, until 2 o'clock p. m., Feb
ruary 25, 1919, foe furnishing and delivering F.
O. B. point of shipment. 500 green elm double
press racks, for use in hydraulic garbage press,
at the Garbage Reduction Plant, Cherry Hill.
Va. Form of proposal may be obtained upon
application to the Purchasing Officer, D. O..
Room 330 District Building. LOUIS BROWN
LOW, W. GWYNN GARDINER, CHAS. W.
KUTZ, Comtaissionera. D. C. te&-3t
WRECKERS AND BUILDERS?
WE WRECK ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS,
A. B? T0MP80N. 1337 Kii.se. noffwfMf
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchang*
Tim, AC
Repairs. Traelu. T*tll??? it#e?
BC?* TaxU. lata Glass. Ga
rages. Batteries. Bta.
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES.
|I9I8 FORD CAR. EQUIPPED
with I-ton Smith Form-a-Truck
attachment; in first class condition;
will sell reasonable and on easy
terms. Call RECORD AUTO CO..
133 Penn. ave. Main 23. ja22-tf
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
VIM TRUCKS
By boar, daj week or month. Sm me tat
reasonable prices. Phone Franklin IM-W
A. BITE. ? M it pr,
AUTO PAINTING
DAWN & PHELPS
1362 D ST. N. \V.
Phone Franklin 7231.
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Carbon Removed. 50c a Cylinder
AUTO PAINT SHOP
414 JkU.-.n. air. n?.
J. H. HUHDH. Prop.
dfg-aai
PAINTING AND REPAIRING.
IF IN TROI BIK CALL FOR
CHARLES GISIN
Used cars bought and told.
S71I Prospect ave. dw. W. 7T1. ,
!??-?*
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
CAR OWNERS. ATTENTION
We derive our name from our central location for
your convenience. The manner we aerve and the
quality given bu met with great favor among
our many cuatcmers. satisfaction is our aim.
Central Auto Supply Co.
10M Pa. ave. nw.
Triple Traction Treads
Don't throw swty old tires. Brine
them to us. We retread them with
vulcanizing procese and give 5 ODD
additional miles of trouble-free, punc
ture proof, non-ekid service.
(Jet our price* and rrraaition.
Speedway Tire Retreading
Company,
JlOB Ninth Mrrfl Jr. \V.
RETREADING I
Retreading pays If it is done
right. Let us do it for you.
GIBSON TIRE SALES CO..
33 H St. N. W.
MACHINISTS.
MACHINE SHOP?
Automobiles repaired and overhauled. Repairs
to refrigeration pumps snd steam force F"T*
J. L. ONEY & SON.
Franklin <775, 303 12th st? nw.
JaMtt
FOR SALE? FURNITURE.
credit Furniture credit
HOPWOOD'S
Popular Price Furniture and Stove
Store, 8th and K Sts. N". W.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
refrigerators";
That Are Superior
NEI^SON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any sise
refrigerator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
? 1
I
MONET TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN??SM TO ?S0?.00?
?D.&wl mtat* Bersral tmt f uad* > All
transactions conducted with saoeanical toosi
eratloc lor borrower>.
WM H SACNDIRB * CX)..
Southern Bui kite* MTlfth ?t. K. W.
LOAff OH
r*al MdU at
urttlhia with
TYLER A Bl'TH ERFOBD
HOTELS iAND CAFES.
THE CAIRO HOTEL
Que it., next door 16th nw., mod
ern it eel fireproof structure; room>
with bath. $3.50 per day; roomi
with running hot and cold water.
$2.50 per day. Special rate* by
the month. ja4-tf
DONT FAIL TO VISIT IT
The Handsomest Restaurant vo Washington
THE REPUBLIC
Oriental, Chines nd Am wean Dub*
The beat the market can afford at mmaiBH
prirea.
Opes from 11 a. m. to S a. m.
Reservation by telephone. Krantbo 77W.
WO F itreet northwest.
SECOND FLOOR del-Hi
322ortonlque Restaurant
Oliioct. Iu cents; luncheon. 10 cent*
special Sunday Dinner*
bo u thern Home Cooking
Can Accommodate a Few More Table Boardan
fill Pa. ata. o?.
SHEPHERD HOUSE
CORNER 10th and E STB. NW.
Room and Board.
Table board. SI 00 a Day.
1?4
EDUCATIONAL.
FIRST GRADE CIVIL SERVICE EXAM I
| n&Uona for Feb. 18. 36 and March ?. TuiUoo
for entire oourse for these examination*. IR. The
CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
re. oor. 12th and F sts. Franklin ?<0 Ja?-9&t
Learn
LANGUAGES
|^e Berlitz School
816 14th Street N. W.
By the Berlitz Method student?
'earn not only to read and write,
hot also to lTNDKRSTAKT> and to
SPEAK the foreign languages.
TRIAL LKSSOX FREE.
Terms may be begun at any tima.
MRS. DANIEL
Voice Builder. Teacher of 8inglng.
IS* ?; STREET V " 1-1
"LEGAL NOTICES?
IN THE Sll'KEMt OOl'BT OK THE tfT?
trict of Columbia. Mary G. Hoover, et aL.
n. Jane L. Hem HI or ber unknown heira. de
visees or alienees. et al. Equity No. 3W74. The
1 object of this suit it to estsbllsh the tit> of
. the complainants to the real estate d?;scribed in
the Bill of (Vanplaint herein, filed, known aa the
west 22 43 feet of lot numbered two (2), by tha
full d*pth thereof, in square numbered eight
hundrrd an J ninety-eight (??. In the City ot
Washington, District of Oolumbia, to be good
and indefeasible in fee simple by adverse poa
! vision in the c-xnplainanta, and to make the
said titU- of complainants a matter of record, and
I to iierpetually enjoin the defendants from as
serting any right, title or interest in aaid roal
estate. On motion of the complainants, it is
this 5th day at February. 1?19. ordered that the
! defendanta. Jane L* Howell, if living, or, if
dead, her unknown heirs, denser* or alieuees.
Samuel H. Howell, if living, or. if dead, his un
I known heirs, devisees or alieneea, and the un
known heirs, devisees or alienee* of James
Oreenleaf, Henry Pratt, Thomas Willing Francia.
John Miller. Junior. John Ashle>. Jacob Baker.
Gillies Groeneveldt, Rudolph Meas, and Pieter
Vander Waller Van Voilenhoeen, cause their
awvanca to be entered herein on or before
| the first rule day occurring after the expiration of
I three months from the day of the first publica
tion of this order, otherwise the cause wi 1 tie
I proceeded with as in case of default. Provided,
t a copy of this order be published twice a month
for three months in the Washington Law Re
porter. and in "Hie Washington Herald, before
said day. WILLIAM HITZ. Justice. A true
copy. Test: tSesl) J. R. YOUNG, Clerk; by F.
E. CUNNINGHAM, A?u Cletk.
L. Cabell Williamson ard
I <"harlcs J. Murphy.
I Attorneys for Plaintiff*. fe&9,mh? 3) ap'.O.Ct
MOVING. PACKING. STORING
SMITH'S 7RAN8FER
AND STORAGE CO
NORTH SI41. N. 1141,
N 1144. Night or Holi
day. Franklin ItlL
LONU-DISTAWCE MOVINO.
SAFETY FIRST.
*SftOLCTIL? flfcrPROOl fTOfcAOfc
Booma O im 0|?. Motid? tod i'irtia|
IMTLD 8TATE* ?TnRA<*t CO U? * tM
?L ?* Phoo? U (S ud rtmaklla MS a
MOVING
W? fnrnlat luf* p?<ttad *a? oarvfmj M
U h?n<Jl? r'?r #a?fc
PACKERS of foraitwa c*do% <uim fcrtaa
fcm. rtc txpmenwi b?b ??!?
BHIPP1NU ?? al) parta at tb* wM.
BTORaOI for 'txrmltjr*. (mm ud ho?
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
| rRFTDTT Furniture credit
HOPWOOD'S Popular Price Furni
ture and Stove St^re. fth A K Sta.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Token*.
ArV*uc?cxprwarr?Inrxpenev*.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
Prompt auto Atlirtrf ?? ? im.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
try itnutfcii smon e*i?ct?a Mor
uciaq* lxmc*i roodcmj m ail pan* d lm
Luted Mates bj ?proa- rrprawouuvm
Telephone u?
Main IHi-Wll l-ady
1710-32 Pa. Assistant
Avenua. ^EB: Chaptl
TODAY'S CASUALTY LIST
WaudH.
PRIVATES.
JOSEPH E. DYER. ?/M THIR
TEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
| WASHINGTON. D. C.
I Harry Schuppner. Baltimore, Md.
Martin Finn, Baltimore. Md.
William T. Frantom, Hampden. Md.
Joseph I^orenren. Roanoke. Vi.
James E. Thompson, dinchport. Va.
Carry J. Hodge. Pocahontas. Va.
I Milton R. Kuehne. Baltimore. Md.
t Roley Lee. Grundy, Va.
George C. Fletcher. Gaithersburg. Md.
John H. Herbert. Raspeburg.. Md.
Russell Hupp, New Market. Va.
Woandrd Slightly.
Lieut. H. F. Wilson, Catonsville. Md.
Sergt. Eugene Wood. Bowie. Md.
CORPORALS.
Charles R. Gladwell. Staunton. Va.
j Albert C. Herbert, W**erly. Va.
C. G. Hughes, Northumberland Coun
ty. Va.
j Luther W. Patterson. Raiison*. Va.
Henry F. Segelken. Baltimore. Md.
PRIVATES
I Jame? F. Rucker, Pond Cap. Va.
(Robert G. Hemdon. Greenlee. Va.
! Edward F. Lelsman, Baltimore. Md.
J Boston Sivels, Hickory, Va.
j Benjamin J. Bernard. Danville. Va
| Raymond L. Davis. Annapolis. Md.
; Henry I. Hickman. Timber Ridge. Va.
! Walter D. Carroll. Norfolk. Va.
George W. Frey. Hagerstown. Md.
j Pandelis Gargoulakis. Hopewell. Va.
Thos. A. Hereford. Cumberland. Md.
' Charles E. Knicely. Dayton. Va.
j Lacy G. Smith. Harrisonburg. Va.
Wonndrd Severely.
? Sergt. Louis K. Williams, Baltimore.
Md.
! RAYMOND S. JENKINS. MISS NK
I VILLE M. JENKINS. 1714 CONN,
j AVE.. N. W.. WASHINGTON. D. C.
B =-? =
That Rookie from the 13th Squad By P. L. Crosby
SfijiciK oh
an OFtiFvcem
Will of Julius Sandheifcier
Leaves Business to Hi?
Son, Irwin. "?*
Irvin Sondhelmer. son of JWfna
Sondhelmer. prominent merchant of
Southwest Wuhlmcttn. who died
February l. la to inherit hla fatigr*a
business at 6^11 SeVenth street south
west. according to the terras of
! elder Sondhelmer's wilt filed for pro
bate yesterday.
Thelka Rosenthal, a daughter, U
queathed $S.OOo caah and the pren\lnaa
at 1607 L street and 431 P street narth
W6St
Another daughter. Hortenae OoM*'
berg. la willed $8.0np oash an^rb?
preralaea at 619 M street l*fl Maflwn
atreet and ?10 L street northweat
j Lawrence Sonheimer, a aon. if to In
herit the promta^a at S13 and KL2H ?s*
enth atreet southwest and at Twrr
and-a-half and K atreeta aouthrwest.
He la also willed S&.000 caah.
Clara K. Roaenthal. a granddangh
ter. la bequeathed J1.O00 A niece.
Nanette Sondhelmer, la bequeathed
1300
IBniaftt ta ('??frcfatlsa.
The Washington Hebrew Congm^*
tion is willed $500 for the care of a
lot in the Jewish Cemetery and for a
tablet In the temple in memory of the
wife of the deceased.
, The United Hebrew Charitlaa la
! willed $100 The Jewiah Foater Hove
I is to receive $50. The Jewiah Orphan
Asylum at Atlanta. Ga_. la to receive
$100. The Jewiah Consumptivea' Re
lief Association and the National Jew
? ish Hospital for Consumptives, both
1 located at Denver, are each willed $25.
I The balance of the estate la to be
' divided among the four children The
' sons. Lawrence and Irvin Sondhelmer.
and Maurice D. Rosenberg are named
' executors.
j The husband, daughter and grand
daughter of Mrs. Margaret Riley.
who died recently, are named b*>na
ficlariea In the will of Mra. Riley.
The will directa that the premlaea
at 1720 New Jersey avenue north
west. be sold and the proceeds to
gether with what Mrs. Riley had in
bank b? divided Into three parts
One part is to go to Nicholas Riley,
the husband, another part to Ui?
daughter. Mrs. Mary A. Gunning,
and the third part to the grand
daughter. Miss Elisabeth A. Gun
ning.
Will ef Mr*. Tnrtle Filed.
The will of Mrs. Virginia L. Tur
tle. who died February 3. directs
that a son. Lieut. Col. Turtle. United
States Coast Artillery. receive
$1,000. A sister of Mrs. Turtle's.
Hilda Lewis, is wlll<-d $300 F.dmard
Dawson. jr.. is also willed $300.
The balance of the estate to to be
divided equally between two daajrtx*
ters. Mrs. Edward M. Dawson and
Mrs. W. D. Wheeler.
Tfie will of Mrs. Anna F. Ken
nedy. who died January 26. names
the daughter. Mrs. Mae F. Nelson,
as heir to the premises at 761 Que
bec street northwest. Mrs. Ken
nedy's piano. Jewelry, books and
pictures and similar personal prop
erty is bequeathed to a grand
daughter. Lorina Nelson. The bal
ance of the estate is bequeathed to
. th*? daughter. Mrs. Mae F. NelKMC
1 who is also named executrix.
MRS. WARFIELD LODGE,
OLD RESIDENT, DEAD
Widow of Clergyman Formerly
Lived in Georgetown.
Mrs. Alioe Virginia Ward aid Lodg*.
widow of Rev. Dr. Jnmes Llewellyn
Lodge, who for many years had nerv
ed as pastor at several of the Raptist
parishes of the city, died yesterda>
at her home at Gaithersburg. Md.
Mrs. lx>dge. who was seventy-one
, years aid. lived in Washington dur
! Ing the ministry of her husband with
i the Columbia Baptist Church, now the
Bethany Baptist Church, and the old
Georgetown Baptist Church, which
later became the West Washington
Baptist Church.
Three sons and a daughter survive
They are Dr. Lee Davis Lodge, presi
dent of Limestone College. South
Carolina; Capt. Sidney J I^odge, prin
cipal of Briarley Hall Military Aca
demy, Md . James Edwin Lodge, prin
cipal of the public schools of Wood
side. Md.. and Miss Lillian Lodge.
The funeral services will be held
at the family home this morning at
10 o'clock. Interment will be made
Darnestown, Md.
Former Queen of Bit ana Dead
Copenhag? n. FeB. E.? Maria Ther
esa. former Queen of Bavaria "and
widow of "Mad King Otto" is dtad.
according to a dispatch received
from Munich today.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Shirley M. Walter. 22. and Hilda L Hudnell,
19 hoc U of Linden, Va. Re?. B. V. Switaer
Harry K.Wileo*. 29. of Suffers. X. Y.. an4
Bur^nie K. Smith, 2!, of Washington Re*. J
T. Eellej
Robert O. O.raiam. 96. of Detroit. Mirh.. and
Mary E. Barnette. 31, of Washington. Rev. W.
A. Ha???rtv
William N. Parker 72. and Marr A. IW?,
S3, bnth of Washington. Re? H. F. IVfnis.
Oti? O. Owent, 21. of Wyllteaburg. Va.. and
Katherine B Jordan, 21, of Front Royal. Va\
Rev. A. <lary. |
Richard t. Blankenahip. 21. and EUtaf I o
(U, 19. both of Roanoka. Va. R^. 8| 41. .
15 rrew.
Ham S. IWU. 21. and Miidrvd ft Warh. *19.
both of Wa?hinftoo. R^?. F. X. BtachofT
Caxj?-r U Noui*. 34. m Luray. Va.. and J?w
vie B Benerect. 90. ?f Waalnnfton. Re* K. M.
naapa.
Floyd F. Kmhiine. 21. of Detrott, Mich., and
Carrie L Miller, 21 of Rochester, lnd. Iter.
H. ft. Cobej
Heiir* A. Stroud. 26. of Manoheater. 1> .n?
and Lillian C. Kidd, 15. of Wa4uu?tuc. IM
H. F Down*.
COLORED.
William R. ttaMnaoa. 29. and Tlary M en*.
24. l?oth of Waahlufton. R*?. W. G. RoUmjii.
Glustar Whitlnek. 19. and Hattis Cloun<-> j|.
both of Washington Re?. M. W Clair.
William A. M??re. 21. ainl Edith INw,, |L
both of Waahinrun. Ret W. J Howard ?
?\ and Edith iWano. S. both of Waahinflor
Re*. W. J Howard.
b*muel L Fraaw. jr.. S. and MolUe ?S
iama. S3. both of Waahinrt-i Rev. J L Vwn.
TVotna* a kei?e?. 0. and Faame A
21. both of Waahinctoa Re? W. A
ASTHMA
Tt?r. 1. so "
bo c?r.
NEW PRICES?30c. aOc. )) Jt

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