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Washington CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY Herald READ FOR PROFITS USE FOR RESULTS THE2SB6HERALD Published ewery day in the year by The Wash i net on H^rxid Company at Eleventh street, Washington. D. C. THn*v?>e Ikchang*?Call Mai<* SCO (For elaanfled adTer*?s?nenta wk for Branch I). Member Audit Bnrcau ot Circulation. ^ CLASSIFIED RATES Wknted Help 1 ONE Wutcd Situations I CENT' Wanted Rooms and Board - ^ WORD For Rent Rooms? I Minimnm Lost and Found j Charge. 23c-) Four lines or lew. one time, 36c. Same ad. three consecutire time*, 50c. ALL OTHER CI.AH8IF1CATION9 PER LINE 1 time.. 15 cent* 2 times consecutive!.* 12 cents 3 tunes coosenittTeh 1? cmta T times conmcut ivelv 9 cenU Contract Rates Chi Request. Minimum Two Lines. FOIUSGN KVBBCiTATIVbS. THE 8. C. BECK WITH SPECIAL AGENCY. New Tor* Otnee Tribune Bid?. ChJc??o Omee Tribune Bldgp Detroit Office *29 Ford Bid*. St. Louis Office. Third National Bank Bldg. LOST. LOfIT?DtAMON'D RING WEDNESDAY, "5I> twera 7th and Pa. are. and Brookland. Re turn to 19? Summit ne.. or phone Main 3K"0, War Department. Branch 43D3. Reward. felS-at | LOGT-MUSKRAT FUR GLOVE REWARD1 if returned to C. K. MORTON. 918 lfth si. Phone Franklin t9f7. felVlOt LOST-SMALL PURSE CONTAINING ?.*; also an Eastern Star pin j liberal reward. 1410 Irving st. nw. CoL i000. fel5-7t LOST-I'OLLIE DOG: COLOR. &ABL.E AN?? white; snsaers to name "Loch." Reward will be paid for his return to the owne#at 1UJ Belmont. Telephone Col. 4s29. fel3-> LOST-NEAR PETWORTB. tfOOK OF HER aid recei?.*s. Please return to Herald office CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT de5-ti HELP WANTLD-MALL PHARMACIST ? REGISTERED; steady, reliable man, for perma nent position; with good hours and good pay. Apply to MR. SIMP SON. at Tl REE & CO.. 15th and H sts. ne. f? 15-3t BOOT AND Sill HE REPAIRMEN. BOTH machine and ben rh men. at ,'2fX> per annum. Grnerr ment saltagp plant. Apply in person CHIEF i-LERK, Zone SupiWy Officer. 17th and F ?t*. nw. fe.I-St SI!.KND1I> OPENING FOR A white boy for office work in large mercantile establishment; must be 16 y^arg old. with fair education and furnish good references as to char acter. Apply BOX 536, Herald of fice. MEAT CUTTER?TWO MEAT salesmen; I vegetable clerk: good wages. Apply WHITE FRONT MARKET. 1117 H st. ne. fei3-7t; ?T?WK SAIJWMAN. EXPERIENCE!*. WITH j e'ean record, tor a 10?, preferred stock in j tanning institution, leads, co-operation and j ?s-g^ rommutaiou for a man who measr-res up I ?o chit standard: state qualifications and rec ord in fiist letter, at once. INTEGRITY FI NANCE CO., 1304 Finance Bldg., Philadelphia. [ Pa. felMt JOB PRESS FEEDERS ~ M 2 WANTED AT ONCE For steady employment of two good men. THE ANDERSON PRINTERY, j 1407 N. Y. Ave. N. W. tr 13-St MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS. white and colored laborers. Ap- j ply Ivy City Shops. ja7-tf P H T SI CI A N-HEDISTKRED IN MARY land. Advertising offire treating chronic dis 'a.-we of both men and women. Position per manent and an excellent opportunity tor lite, j wide-awake man. Experience imneces|ary. but I must be sobrr, honest and p?>?e-v* highest mural qualifications. State age and whether married j or singlu in first letter. BOX 5C7. Hi-raid of tee. fel5-17,?.3D.2 ! EX-SERVICE MEN WANTED FOR ULT-I wde work; grind j***nr*ition for hard workers ! Apply Mr. BUCK. Herald office. fell-6t ROLTE BOYS WANTED TO DE liver Herald in northeast section. Apply 1018 K St. ne. fe!3-6t STRONG BOYS?SIX. OVER 16. f- to learn trade; $8.00 per week . to start. Apply Mr. Miller, WASH 1 INGTON SHOW CASE EX CHANGE. 13th st. and Ohio ave. nw. fc&-7t STRONG BOY TO SERVE HERALDS; TWO hoars work; *15. ApjHy H. E. SMITH. 803! O st. fw ? felS-tf GOOD POSITIONS OPEN AS CONDUCTORS AND MOTORMEN PERMANENT WORK GOOD PAY Special consideration given appli- i cations of ex-soldiers and men hav- ! ing previous experience. Apply Monday, Wednesday and Friday j ^ 9 to 12 A. M.* Instruction Department. 1 Washington ifkilway and Electric! Company, 14th and East Capitol sts. fe2-14t HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WOMEN?WHITE AND COLr ored; experienced and learners j to sew on power machines or take i work home, delivered and called < for. Bring references. Apply CAPITOL APRON MFG. CO.. 1622 7th st nw. fel4-IOt WA N T E D?ASSISTANT MIL-" linery trimmer; splendid oppor tunity for the right person. Apply I BOX 535, Herald office, fe 13-tf fetLUNril MAKKK A.Nli I-RtrXStiiS^ goud wa#r*. LADIES' CAPITAL HAT ||t?P. SW '1th st. nw. KX~PKRlMt-ED; GOOD. i?t. LADIES* CAPITAL *iAT SHOP '? HELP WANTED?FEMALE. A NUMBER OF P. B. X. op erators at a camp near Washing ton. Surroundings pleasant and at tractive. Good salary, with room and board. Operators are under the supervision of a House Mother. Apply CHESAPEAKE AND PO TOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY. 725 13th st. nw? 8th floor. fc!3-4t aTHIGH-CLASS SPECIALTY store requires the services of an expert fitter on women's dresses. Apply BOX 534. Herald office. fel 3-tf WANTH>-U1KL TO ? 1>18HE-5-T wejes. Winne North fW>i'* - WANTKb AT <?M-K -tilRL TAIU>BKMt; p??l ?Ibt Apply 1CW lt'h at. n?. Icl-m HELP WANTED?Male and Female nil/VtAC for identification IlUJIUS PurPoseL,Ji' Finished promptly. BROOKS, ' I32Q F st. nw. j?28_20t_ WANTED?AGENTS. SALESMEN AND AOSNTS WA.NTH.) tV/ lell our tea?, coffee. aptcea and extracts to oar old on established rw,,F* ,? I enrntnueion and *1*7. ?"<'<?' .B?T I sit ion ?nd aatnples. L. STAPLES I Dept. 11. Clinton. lo??. _____ FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT HOW TO RENT YOUR ROOM! Do you want to rent your room? You can do so by call ing up the Real Estate Dept. of The Washington Herald. Phone Main 3300. '.NEATLY fl-UNISHEK U'lOM FUtt **>>? | 12DI <? ??. nw.. Ai?rtm^nt ^ _ ; UTIS 8T. N. w . ?3?-LAKUB well rim ! iiished trout room nea* to bath; a. m Pb.me Col. 63S* i*'11" - 1207 G1RARD N. W.- DOUBLE I room, twin beds, electric lights, ! steam heat; two gentlemen. Co , lumbia 921. fel2-7t i MONROE Sr NW.. 1349?NICE ly furnished front room, adjoin | ing bath; second floor; private home; one or two gentlemen, reasonable. Col. 4705-J. fe9-Jt |~;t i, sT N W.-COMKOBTABLB KOOfl I adjoining bat:., lor two:*<*<" "7'J1"? tance from deirtw. Call bet. o and p. ? Phone Wert 5M-J. ^ LXUY MAY~.LT 1? H HI AND ?OAItL> in pri.a e family. in Jicinitj Lincoln I Park it wil ing to occupy room with youu* married ladv. ?ho? hnabaml. ia in Kr?nr^ HOOO per month. Addresa ?. ?-? L"" Herald nffie-. . " ?il 1 ljUl -T NW. I1NE LA not HIO.NT rutin. silKle K-la. aoitable loc two *oUetnen. WANTED?APARTMENTS. FlBMSUKi:. housekeeping apabtoent. nvo o* threo run. bath and kitchenette, who.ly or partly furnished; ?a!?in? duUaea or ^b'enient to car line. Write all particular*. B<>* Herald rfi.-> d;a " FOR SALE?HOUSES. FINE RESIDENCE, CHEVY Chase, for sale by owner; 6 bed rooms; 2 additional bedrooms for servants on third floor; large re ception hall, living room, library, dining room, pantry, kitchen and laundry on first floor; all modern I improvements; splendid porches, tennis court; grapevines; fruit i trees; located on ceme?it street, ' granolithic (sidewalks; one square ; from Chevy Chase car line. Owner ; leaving city. Call at 12 Raymond ' st, or telephone Cleve. 507. fel4-3t HOME FOR SALE IN CLEVELAND PARK. ! Army officer leaving town must dis pose of new, attractive, detached i house; never occupied; complete jin every detail; 9 rooms, 3 baths, | front porch, sleeping porch, break ; fast porch; desirable location; not I far from car line; easy terms. 'Telephone Cleveland 1303. fel4-3t ! STORE; SEVEN ROOMS AND bath; steam heat, electric lights. $3,500. Owner. M. 3767. fel 4-3t BRICK HOUSE; WELL, BUILT ?substantial; six large rooms, bath concrete cellar, furnace beat, cas porchcs; southern exposure; white neighborhood; bargain; reasonable for quick sale. 1346 St. NT. E. Line. 2237; 'el3'3t CHEVY CHASE. D. C. . OWNER LEAVIJt'i WASHINGTON. I** ached ho'wc. on? block iron, mete. and atom., 1" larffe. ?unn> room*. breakfarf room and maid', room; 2 ?<?? -luippcd bath r?m?. 2 oveu ideal. coni.*eti- hoiw. Cement floor 8?rase Lot a, 1*: liiich sround. Immediate^ Price. WMK; J=.0re cash. TVleplione oner. V. M. FAYE, Franklin TT3I: Llers-.aiid WANTED?HOUSES. A-\Wj5eKN UNFVRNISHED XIVB TO BIGHT-ROOM detached h??c in northwest, will lea* for one year; ??? ^ ln KO?d.I.(^n* dftion Tel. Co!umltia 2YT .? yKsTKL a byjlfc. PBfctKKABLV oy eight rocma. in the northwest section. AddreHt Dr J W. CKOWL. 1128 Park road nw. Co lumbia M13 ** U _ REAL ESTATE Some a Home o? ln??nneDT at CABIN JOHN PARK! WBT SOT TODAY? For plmta. iUnitmted No*, aod foil part'en U? about Uieae dttle larma. aitractite boma ?itea. and low priced ?f or write V S. TOMLINSON. S4 dOCTHEBN BLlJIi MAIN Mi il> n*w nouiw md bun?a'??? te?d? (? l? apectv n. r * >o C.SM 6aaj ter?a WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. n/nv Throw a??y >our i I?l rtotBaa. VVc pay TTill >0u fancy prlc*. v\iii call for good*. M. TKNULkeH. ?13 D *t. nw. I,ltanklin 37B J. LIBERTY BONDS arid ? WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ' BOUGHT We Will Also Buy Partial Payment Cards. Central Building, Room 11 ?Cor. 9th and Pa. Ave. r LOOK WHAT WE'VE JUST RECEIVED?A special lot of NEW, CLEAN. FRESH Tires. Every one a GENUINE FIRST with their name and serial number on them. We cannot mention the name because we are slashing the prices in half. 28x3 Nonskid.. 30x3 Nonskid.. 30x3J/2 Nonskid 32x3!/2 Nonskid $! 1.90 3 U4 Nonskid 11.85 32x4 Nonskid 14.35 33x4 Nonskid 16.85 34x4 Nonskid .$19.80 . 20.60 , 22.90 . 23.60 WE SPECIALIZE ON ODD SIZES. YOU CAN FIND YOUR SIZE HERE ALWAYS. We have 18 makes of Standard Tires to choose from. Every one sold at cheaper than the cheapest prices. When you want a good tire cheap think of us. CHAS. E. MILLER, Inc. 812 14th St. N. W. 4 Doors North of H St. WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS^ j WANTED ? TWO-TON TRUCK ice wagon, to be in perfect con dition; reasonable. Call Colum bia 1315. Febl2-5t j FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 1?, WHEN YOU WANT TO SELL SOU ETllING Oil IF Yiii; WANT TO BUY SOMETHING. AN Al> ARRANGED BY US IN A WAY THAT CANT M1S8 WILL TURN THB THING FOR YOU. PHONE MAIN 2X0. Fi Hi SALE ONV. GOOD TWO HOIWB L?'M lw>r or larni wagon. Inquire A. It. ALLEN, j East Falls Church, *Ya., known a.s "Old Conk | 1 in Farm." fel5-3t j For ?ALEr-TAILOR HHOP OU'lTIT; ALL I in first clam <*dcr. KING BUILDING. U. j S. S. Home. City. fel*-3t | TINNER'S TOOLS AND 8MALL 8TOCK; A : good chance for a tinner and plumber; cheap i rent. Call between 9 JO and 12. M&i O st. n*. fe!2 Jt WANTED TO BUY. ARE l ATS WORTH WHAT THEY" COSTr If not. ydtar men's worn blue nergc rniiL in worth up to $12. and nam#* applies to overcoats and j>n>portionate prices for pant* and men's *ho??9 are valuable to us and we i>ay a good big price and you should pii'*ie tis. JUSTU S OLD STAND. G19 D st. fcl.Vlt j WlI.L <'ALL IN MY UNLETTERED AUTO 1 mobile, city ><r suburban, and pay you highest ! prices tor Indies', gentlemen'*, children's <li? i cardr?l clothing, of all descriptions. Address i mill or |4wa.: I Mill nil. R. BICE. ICC--* 7Ih J st. n\> N. lTjrl. tr BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR CO. Our SOLE aim is save you money. Electric ma 1 chinery does | the work while : you wait. 1029 Seventh Street N. W. SKIllTS. Great Reduction Sale on All Tailor-made Skirts All latest styles and designs. We have a large variety of sam ples and styles to choose from. If you are looking for a neat, classy, stylish and inexpensive skirt we can suit you admirably. S. F AIN M A N. *12 II St. N. E. PHOTOS. ALL KINDS OF PHOTOS MADE FOR j identification purjxwes while you wait; V2 doz.. j 73c. LINCOLN PHOTO STUDIO, 1528 "th st. I nw. Film* developed and printed; 2t-hour I service. fe!3-Wt MUSIC, 1 i>l.b VIOLINS ItKSToKKI); NtW, VIOLINS ' rr*rfct?l; expert tx.w . J. M. HUf | I.KH. UH ?t. ft*8* RLFCTRICAL. J. G. GEORGIOU, Consulting Electrical Engineer. Contract ing, repairing, etc. 1712 I* a. ave. nw. Phone Franklin 3008. feMOt CANDY "CARLISLE EXCHANGE Best Candles Exclusive Agents for MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES x Try Our Goodies Mrs. M. Blair. iOQ6 14th st. PRINTING. FOR SATISFACTORY PRINTING. REABOli able prices, call O. K. PRINTING CO.; | Drcmpt service. Franklin 7471. A35 fch st. nw. jalO-Wt BUSINESS CARDS. 100 CALLING CARDS. 35c; 100 BUSINESS , caids. 65c. CARLE WAYNE. 60G H st. nw. jaS-tf WINDOW SHA43KS. i HKHT 11.4 QUALITY OIL OPAQUE WIN" | d'-w shadon. Hartshorn rollers, measured, n?ad>' I and huaf by factory experts. Tor $1. THE I Mi A Lib sHur. 533 12tb it. I'to. M. UTt. t BUSINESS^ ANNOUNCEMENTS.^ liKMiHAI. HOCDB REPAIRING* Carpenter and Contractor Alterations and work doac for reasonable price*. Apply ?12 M st. nw. 1'bonr NorU?? *kO-J ?aZ*<*K EXTERML\ATOItS. Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! 20th Century Insecticide Will no your borne uf roaches, ant*, water bugs and bedbugs, i will call and citan your home of roaches. guarantee for one year to* $2.50, or refund your motiey. hold by druggist* or A. M C.. CO.. ?U N. Y. ate. Main 206? i?17 *#S IMPORTED LACKS PALM BEACH LACE SHOP In:porter of Kilet, Venetian and Madeira cut work, and ail kind.* of lnuK/rted good?. Big bargains in Jupauexe Kimonas, Georgette and Crepj de Chine Wauts. Phone Franklin 3KC. *3 9th fct. nw. fe2 90t PLUMBING. ~A7W. HAGERMAN"" JOBBING UEMUDELINO QUALITY FIRST. Franklin 4J32 112 i&th at. nw. ja!2-90t AUTOMOBILES Washington Auto Exchange Repairs, Trucks. Trailer*. St*r ?gf. Taxi*. Auto f;laaa. Ga ragfa. Batteries. Ete. TROUBLE >Mir Batteries essi'y remedied by our per>?onsl }wr?tc??. We'll keep your Batteries in i*rfect condition TESTING FREE. Recharging. THE BATTERY SPECIALISTS E. H. BAUER CO.. 636 C? St. Main 9183. ^ITOS FOR IIIRK. VIM" TRUCKS By hour, day week or month. See me for reasonable prices. Phone hrankLn IM6-W A. HITK. !3 M ?* defl-tI FOR SALE?AITOMOUILES. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. 'Mi N. Uroad ft., Philadelphia. Pa. l.OW) cars to select from?1918, 1917, 1916 models, in all make*. fZO up. Catalogue free on re quest. FORI> TOURING, 1913 M~<>I>EL; EXCELLENT condition; many accessaries; bargain at $400. BESS ELL, 1133 Morse st. ne. Lincoln 6117-J. felJ-3t 1918 FORD CAR. EQUIPPED with I-ton Smith Form-a-Truck attachment; in first class conditioi; will sell reasonable and on easy terms. Call RECORD AUTO CO., 133 Penn. ave. Main 23. ja22-tf Afro ACCESSORIES. I Repairing YOU, MOTORIST, STOP TIRE WASTAGE! SAVE TIME. TEMPER AND TIRES! DON'T THROW away your old tir? bring them to us. rc-trend them with VULCANIZING i>rocess and give ft WOO ad ditional miles of trouble-free, puncture-proof and noo-skid service. Get Our Prices and Proposition. Stop in or drop lis a line. Telephone pending. Speedway Tire Re-treading Co. 1109 Ninth St. N. W. Phone N. 6463. E"^T^^UTd_suppi^"ca Owing to the steady return to pre-war prices we are able to I give you a full and complete line of j Auto Accessaries and Ajax Tires. ! HARRY BUELL, 522 8th St. S. E. RETREADING" Retreading pays If It 1s done right. Let us do it for you. GIBSON TIRE SALES CO.. 33 H St. N. W. AITOREPAIRIIYG. CENTRAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. 1004 PA. AVE. MAIN 478< | Our reputation. known to . thousands, has created known j satisfaction for thf service we ? offer. Are we serving yoiu^car? 1 AUTOMOBILES. AUTO REPAIHIXG. ACME WAGON CO. iio I'A. AVE. N. w. Truck Bodies to fit all iiwikr? of rata. Satt* facUOOftittkbtfttd. Immediate service our aim. AUTO PA1MTIX?. AUTO PAINT SHOP 4)4 Ul?. IW. 0?. 4 J H. HuUUt. Prop. d DAW & PHELPS 1362 I> ST. N. W. Phone Franklin 7231. GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Carbon Removed, 50c a Cylinder \IA<II1MSTS. MACHINE SHOP. Autoaaobilea repaired and overhauled. Repairs to rtlngeratiun pumps and gt?am forcc puapa. J. L. ONEY & SON. Franklin 8775. 383 13th at. nw. . _U JaM* PERSONALS. MAKING WINE AND BEER AT HOME Simple and Kxpliclt rt?cipe. (Copyrighted.) Coat of rnuking two gallon* of beer, 75 cent*. Not over 0 per cent of alcohol. Can used to two week*. Fbr recipe n*>nd fl to The American Joy Kitchen Co. 2603 \fbzart Place. (Phone, Col. 27?3.) Skin Affections a Specialty i Eczema. sone, pimples, lupus, etc. Local tu mors at d cancers; no cutting. Dr. NICHOL I SON. i:* II st. nw. 10 to 1; 3 to T. >sl4-90t DR. "GRAHAM " < HIROt'KACTOR Warder Building. 5S3 "Vth at. nv, Office bours. 9 12 16 DIVORCES 1 am a ?hill-"d investigator in all tranches cf DETECTIVE WORK. Dnofcr? are my Jalty. Linguist; sbfcolute sectecy tnain tsund. also ciyil. criminal aud lurtipi trs?el work elicited. MADAME ENA MEO 17*3 R at. u?. Call Day or Night. MADAM PARKER | Gifted Palmist and Clairvoyant, gives advice I on al' atrairs ol life. She sake no question*, but 1 will tell you what >ou want to know. You will I bo wiser and happier alter acting her. SaUa I I act i >o or no chars'1*. Readings, Sl.Ou. HOIRS 10 A. M. TO 9 IV M. 1211 E at. nw., betvlten lab and 13th sts. j FLpRA~ MAtT ' Manicuring, scalp treat icei.t. shampooing ami fapal maarfge. ! 1418 W St. N. W.. Apt. 3i: i?2H0t 1MISS~ARNEBERG~~ 1 MAN1CURI.no AND SCAL1' TREATMENT. Ilcura 10 a.m. u> 4 p m, ' W M at. lu. - N. ?M ?a*ft LIBERTY ? BONDS!! ? BONDS!! Bought for Cash BY PRIVATE PARTY. WRITE ME AND I WILL CALL. P0ST0FFICE ' BOX 1719. LOCAL. m m Dr. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 \LARS ; NervtAis and Special Diwiwt of Men %n.-? W j?#a. Means Health to You If You Suffer Kmc Catarrh. Obesity, Ubeixuariaib. ?.oti*ups Ucn. I'ik-a. Thn>st. Lungs Bran.. Heart. Bi-joa ? od Skin Vlaaqpea, Nerve us Dtmlity. Kulaay Disease?. Blgddev Trouble. 8peel3c Flood Pa4 ?ooirf. Eruptions, Clc?ra. ami Ail i'rlvste Lh? tt.v> Cured for Life by ?afs tlrthoda. Charges Low Medicine Furmshed. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room toi Ladiel Offlcs Roura. 10 to 1. 3 U? L ftuadara. If U> JL . DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY Bought tor cash lrom private parties and estates. 216 Washington Loan and Truat Building, tftb and I- eta nw. ;aS?90t Old-Fashioned Herbs The berb is purely a vegetable product and caa have no bad effect upon the system. It purifies tus biood, tones up tha sys tem, replenishes the ki<l aeya. thereby relieving Blight's Disease, Gravel. '^5 Rheunatiam. Sciatic., r Lumbago. Coughs and Colds. M. A. LOUIS & SONS The Herb Specialists. 22? G st, nw. , THE A fMENTS I'm: VARIOUS A1LME.VR1 NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP '006 F st. nw. I'hone Frsnklin i362. Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop 1513 18th st- nw. Phone North W73-J Hours- 9JO a. ni. to 7 p. ?. Strictly Sanitary. Coder a Professional Nurse. d?6^Wl Economize on Your Moving For reliable auick aerrice on local and long distance moving call on A. BITE, 335 M st sw. Phone Franklin fc?5-W detl-tf AUCTION SALES. Thox. J. Ouen <& Son, Auctioneer*. TRVSTEES' SALE OF POUV BRICK dwellings, 131, EJlVi. 13 and 135 N street south east. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 3978, Frr'io 306 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, st public auc tion in the office of TTios. J. Owen & Son, 1331 O st, nw.. on Wedn?-*lay. the 36th day of Feb ruary. A.D.. l?>iat at 3 o'clock p. m.. Uie fol lowing-described laud and premiss, situate in the I>i<<ri?i of Columbia, arid designated as and beln? Lots numbered 117, 118 and 119 in Stjuare 744 as per plat recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 17, fo'.i* 111. Terms of sale: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust far $2,fOO due January. 1900, the amount, over said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of (103 required at time (A sale and pur chaser allowed 15 days to compete the p'trbane. PAUL L. WRIGHT. EUGENE K OADDIK Trust?. fHS,*8,?.22.ai.25 WRECKERS ANP BUILDERS. W~B WRECK ALL K~1NDS OF BL1LD1NG8. A. K. TO MP SON. 1237 E su a?. noZTwfa 11 LIBERTY BONDS We advise you not to sell your liberty bonds unless abso lutely necessary. If you must sell we will pay you the follow ing prices for $50 bonds: Hours: Daily, 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.; Sunday, 10 A. M. to i P. M. ' NO DEDUCTION FROM THESE PRICES 3/2s $49.00 1st 4s $45.92 2d 4s $45.76 1st 4Y4s $46.80 2d 4!4s ' $46.50 3d 4!4s., $47.00 4th 4V4s. $46.44 We Also Buy Coupon Books and Partly Paid Bonds. LIBERTY INVESTMENT CO. 928-930 F St. N. W. First Floor, Room 3 SPIRITUALISM. Licensed Ly the Dmtn?t of OolumbiaT" 1'vchic and Vocational Expert. Dr. Charlotta Jeanne WHY NOT CONSULT ONE OF AMER ICA'S mot correct medium*? Adrtce ?n regard to health, *urceas and hspptness. If you are ill or dmcoursged arv analysis of yonr case will help you immediately. Of fice hours 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. 1402 fc^ye it, iiw. Room 1. Prsnklin 7617-J. PALMISTRY. MR. ARTHAN. Noted platform teat medium. Readings daily on all affair. at life; taUs everything. bast art I Tiaer; new him. you will maks do mi*ak*>. Studios. 509 U St. nw. ******* j PROF. WRIGH1 Falmiat and Clsirroysnt. ! Private reading daily; satisfaction guaranteed. , Hours. 11 a. m. to I p. m. hoot* Main 14*. I 612 y ?t nw. , a>Mtw . HKl^MOXT? Scientific palmist and clairvoyant. can be eon Milted on all affairs of life. Resdlnga, fl mi > New York a*e. nw., between l2lh and 13th sta. i Iiours. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. . j PALMISTRY i* a recognised science, aod r1zpah ELDON is known s# one of its greatest exponents. Hun dreds Tiait this remsrksble ?<?in daily. Coo ! piste readings, with sccurate description of what 1 jour hand foretells, only fl. Reception parlor* i N. E. corner of Ith sc O nw.. entrance *b at Hours 10 a. m. to .0 p m. del3-m [ SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. I krTnK THEODORE ALLEN, DIRECTOR. Astrological K<*?arch Society. ing*. by ai-pointmcnt only. J2- T.pewntten I Pbrecmsta. In msil *> up Expert \ocationsl Ad ?iscr. 113 E st. nw. Phone Pranklin ?? ;a*5-9K HOTELS AND CAFES. SHEPHERD HOUSE CORNER 10th snd K STS. NW. Room snd Bosrd. Table bosrd. fl 00 a Day. DON'T FAiL TO VlSfT IT | i The liar.dbcmcfct Restaurant in Waabingum. the republic I | -AKar? 'ESS? pneea. frnra 11 s. m. to 2 a ?. liesenation by telephony Pranklin rr* ?10 P ?treet rorthwest. SECOND FLOOR del* 3ttortcniquc Restaurant uhjuj. cents; luncheoo. ? cecta. Special Sunday Dinners Southern Home Cooking Can Accomodate s Pew MoreTsSe Bosrders 2111 Ps. s*e. nw. Ready Reference Telep' ^ne Directory. book dealers. ? BRENT A NO'S. ISO * m. ow. Pbon* Hain ML ! PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS. iTaywoutii PU1II.ISHIWO HorsE. (ienrral Printer* mid I'uhll.brr., 6J7-?^W *t. N. Phone Mntn 1062. | ANDERSON TRINTERI TH*. nm (kmc 'ear .Wr st* Tors at%- o? Pbon? Main ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS^ ABTB I'B LOW*. t K _ ICtetnal Contf.no.. TOO I ton. I> C F.et^ini El?rtn^_ 1^-n.i.. >-umUn?d ? ? "*? refrigerators. ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NE1-S0N REFRIGERATOR CO.. We build to order any ?!*? r.-frlRerator or cooling ro2!IV, 611 F St. N. W. Frank.!in 2757. PROPOSALS. OKFit-K OK THE COMMISSION iTcret.r, to tho Board of 511. Pirtnct Bu.ld.ra:. until t t.clnrt ?. tr r mt*UB*. kutk. Comia-on^ S: t^Sr^zl mfv information may t* D ?<? | Chief CUa^,.f,I"TolIMsr" BHOWSl<uW. W District Building. J'01,, i?LES \V KUTZ. OWTSN OAW.1NB8. < Commissioners. U. 1 ? ; bLALED ibf a25 ^ o'm?. and ing office funuture ' J. JL. docfa o.*n-.?fn>. t of Cnm n.?cl?l (f)r^p, count*-. Blank. .V^?Uoo.v ?" * "" l>??un?t ol OommcTvn. lel?J..lf MOVING. PACKING. STORING CENTRAL TRANSFER CO. 1331 H St. N. W. Baggage and Light Hauling Wro. W. Danenhowpr, Jr.. Frnnklln Mgr 75S Night call: M. 7??3. Our Mnuo?"Sprvic"?Our Motto SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO NORTH 3341. N 3343. fc? N. 3344. Night or Holl-| d?y. Franklin 3311. ' _ t-ONG- DISTANCE MOVING. SAFETY FIRSl. ABSOLLTU.? ? iht KRinjt ?TOIL?<t?. Room# O a do op. Monoi im) i'lr.1IU LMTED MTATE* vTmRaGI CO ?>-* rou *? ?? Ptot* M <23 and rrmnklta UM U MOVING" fT? fnrnl*; larjr padded vana iod otnfri r?.~ to handle your good* PACK EHS of furWtDrt. iii&nm gjiot, bar, etc bm only. SHIPPING to ail part* ot the wtr-id. 8T0RA<!F far 'umitae. piaooi hold ford* KRIEG'S EXPRESS MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN?1200 TO $500,000 on D. C. real estate. Several trust funds. All transactions conducted witii economical tuna. J rration tor borrower*. **M. H. SACNDLRS 4 CO.. boutberu Buildiug. W 15th fit. X. Wf. fe2tOL MONfcl T*> LUA.-. vJ> AI I'buV EL? CITt ??tau at l(?n current rate* anuria, pnnlests with r?apec< to i-n? TYLER A RI'TH ERFORD Ipc, *a? at ? SPECIAL NOTICE. SI.50 Window Shades. $L00 Out bir apecial-Plneat J1 SO Oil Opaque tt in- | daw Shades. Hartshorn roller*; nt-asured, maue and hung by factory e*i?rta. Only $1. ' uruer at onie. Fhe Shade Shop. ? [?"*! W STOKES SAMUOkS. lYonrt?ti?. f?l-? PUni.IC STENOGRAPHER MISS LOUISE PAGE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL ?t t at, am. I'hooe Franklin TTTg. In After ? p. m. jaSII FUNERAL designs. Appropriate Floral Tokenj. -Ux i;e Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street Prompt auto delivery FUNERAL DIRECTORS JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS" Mgoibei^ cj invitation Nati<uai teiectec Mor Uaana semoea rendered m all parr# at um tinted r-1?; e* hy apeaai repreaema t.-v?* Telephone xk fc^tabi.a**! la* Slain 5512-6613 a" Cbtpel L-ady Avenue. 17X0-32 Pa. A.*?,tant DIED. MAJ. JOSEPH J. KINYOUN?On Friday. February 14th. at p.m. Services from his late residence, 1423 Clifton street northwest, today. February 15th. at 1:30 p. m. Interment Warrensburg, Mo. Friends invited. TOWERS?On Thursday, Feb. 13, at th?? home of her daughter, in Passaic. X. J.. AGNES VIRGINIA IRVING, widow of William H. Towers, in the Slat vear of her age. Funeral services will beheld from St. Patrick':# Church, ?this city, at 9 o'clock a. m., Monday, Feb ruary 17. DEATH RECORD. WHITE Effi?* f*?e 1>inlv. 15 yewa. 25 R jit. nc. Mary E. Welch. (A. <66 K rt. ne. Edmund I*. Cook. .'-3. Tiih^tpulosi# Hospital. Charles Leadmtfiain. 45. St. t?isaVtlw' Richard J. Btiru.N. 1. 123 Columbia road. Ken est C. Rearer*. ."-3. linerprncy Ho->intal. TV*na* Holehan. 52. Providence H<?M'i.'aI. Wm. K. I'mrlton. 79, SibJe> H<?pUal. s?* J. Fean>ow. ?8. Emergency Hoapital. Edith P. Xeiiile. 1246 Md. ave. i,e. Arthur Elinor*. ?*. GcorpUcmn Hospital Walter-*. Wan nail, TV 1#C1 Kracwr place nr. H.-rl-ert KHlen. M, Wash, Afqrlum Ho^itai. Ccwk" Murphy. W. Walter He^l H.?jvtal. Emma E. Ouyton 10. 1330 Mam. a*e. nvr COLOKtU Janice A. WiinoT., 15, 1143 *th ?. nc. George WiKis. 19. Va*h. Avium Hcapttal. Jchn Ojlwn, ?. ar^Niehol* a?c., AnaovUa. Thomas Ourlcy, 51, Utf Zlht pL. M?r> Brown, 2. 2?^7 SteTcng court nw Jn?ta D<w>. C. f<? SUut<m n*d, Anattk-tia J'V|i H. Le- 1*. 12IT T at. n#. J-xl?mr Mima. 22. Waiter ReeJ Ho?ital. Lilbe M. Bott*, 17 mon., Fnrdmen'a Hospital. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE Pomenico and Blhelmina M. Rinakll. firl. Tlioma* Q and Mae tJ Beealej. giH. J*y H. and EUzabeth B Ke ler girl. Wtflard O. and Lucile Y. Johnson, girl. Robert D. and Annie T. Smith, loj. William W. and Gertrude R Smith! bnj. Thcwno? Mcl>. and Eleanor P. Rhea. girl. Ofcri F. and Vera Stuhler. girl. Abraham D. and Agne? R. Butz. girl. Andrew J. and Tlllie PhKlir*. bov. Jerorre E. and Margery B. Poor. boy. miarle* F. and Miriam E. girl. Thomaa P. and Grace L. Ricketta, boy. John and Florence S. Briar, bo>. John E and Edna I. Elliwn. bi?>. Xathon-^ind Roaie Maaer. girl. <?uy F. and Amy <;lr??brenner, firl. Franlj and Mary Memineo. bov. Charlea 1. and Mable Wood. girl. Raymond and Evelyn Kraft, girl. Claj-tnn O. and Ida Kakle. boy John L. and Mollic S. L?oare, girl Rufua A. and Verr.c *. Wot*, girl OOIX>REI?. I+Fsei ind Nellie J. MaDnii. girl. J tunc* H. and Helen Gra>. to> PVtnk and Ma?r?'? A Rv?"l?n-.. gjrL Mc^a and lib nth p.?rt?r. U^. Jeafce and Saab Montgomery, boy. I Henjanm, and Ao?ir Brest. g&\. John and H?n U. Uortluastar fir'. John and Matilda llama gv\ iMmH f. and Mtj I> Kn. bo> marriage licenses. WHITE Wilttaa T. Turn*.'. 2Z. Potnanac. Va, ??d tifrr V KWd ? \* a?.ua?toa Iter B T. NHvtar W Farrar. ?. and Ldna K J. lire** n. both of WaaluncttNi. Ue> K. J Wlster Andrrw L. I'urtl. 38. QuaU? V? aal Hsl-n L. Comarll, Jt. Hotduv* kai. Ka* 8. K. Roar /s~ . Victor H Joar>. Si. and Violet W Haoafc* 14. b-ith of V\a?.in?ton U*v ft. T Kttfcoia^ r<rr.rm I'. Willatta. SL l*mgt.a?au? K. Vj anl A Taylor, SI Bruafcfcn > f lUr J W AiMtte. Kali* J. IV UVfffsc. S and Ida X VVws. X. t?Oi of Waa*nn?vw> It#* K. D Matow* Kohrft r JUxui* a. and Lillio M 1? l*<h of Waa'iintfton Be*. J T- Huddk ChaiVa t ftahafer. C. and Pauline M B* riaft. If. both of Maahinctob Brr J. A. -A. Bmklmai. Htfpiiea W. Hull Kan, 2" Washington. ant Una L. Itj. o. fboaeix Ana Bet H H. WrUu Ju:(fa J Kaaa -. S. aad Kltar. O Kc*e. 34 both of Washington. Rrr 6. T Lee. Wataon P. Shepherd. H, Waa^ melon. arH Alma L. Klliou. ?. Granflrtd Ohio Rr* B V. HiUm. Bd?ard E Bff? 9. Washington aa|, Brrerlj- B. Parke. %, Atlanta. Oa. B?-? H., F. Doant COKABKO. Bmjaznina F. Naal. ST, and Bos* Paxl.rtoa, 38. both of Waahinc*oo fee*. J. Birfcard , Doutfaa Ward, TL Rocky Mount N C.. aaC Jaurt B CLilda. %. W?Uabarf. W Va Ho*. A. &a? lea Southeast Washington i Personal News Notes * t] c* - b Evangelist Charlie Tillman, and hia. assistant. Mr. Twilley. of Atlanta, ria.. will arrive this morning in the a city, and immediately begin prepara tion* for the series of revival serv ices they are to conduct at the NoriH Carolina Avenue Methodist Protestant ?'hurch. beginning tomorrow -night and continuing for two week*. He v. J. Praiiklftn Bryan. pastor of the church, announced yesterday that tlie morning service tomorrow will be de voted chiefly to the introduction to the congregation of these two gentle men, both of whom will make brief addresses. The pastor will also de liver a brief sermon on the revival. Mrs. C. R. Wallace er>?ertained tha members of the Friendly I>^apue at her home In Maple View avenue y?-s terday afternoon. During the trans action of the business, it was report*, od that the petition of the citiser.s foe better street car service had beeif presented to the railway officiate and Utilities Commission. A social hour f**lowed and r?. freshments were serv - ed. An attempt will be made to hare the work of improving the reclaimed area of the Ana cost la flats bet ween Poplar Point and the Anacosflsi bridge, started at an early date. Tt was learned recently that a fund f?r this pmamse is available, it haviwC been made so because of the fact that the money appropriated for the wort beyond the bridge was not all es |M*nded and the unexpended balanoa. with the approval of Congress, is ?? , be used for this purpose. Members of the c-ongregation of Em manuel Episcopal Church enjoyed & vakntine social last evening in tl?e parish hall of the church in V treat southeast, and a large numbe - wena 1 present. A company of your?g peopl* , from the Church of the Advent were ; in attendance and presented a Play entitled "The M%?i of Today.- Tb*~ I children also presenteO la*i ov<?oit?C | their spe cial offering to be used.vfo* ] the relief of suffering child.*cn in tfea Holy I>and. Troop 34 of Girl gicouts and Troop IS of noy scouts of the Southeast aim. 1 to give an entertainment in th?? Ma- *! 12onic hall. Fourteenth and U ftnell Ion Wedne5da\ evening next Visa I Vera Uawrence. captain of th" tii'l Scout Troop, is in charge of the ar i rar.gements. I A change in the car stops on Nichols avenue southeast is desired by Um iCitisens' Association of that eoin j munitv and an effort will be made to 1 have this accomplished. It is desired Ithit the stop at staple View sveuna be moved to Morris road and an ad ditional stop be placed at W street. Mlneola Tribe No. 14. Improved Or der of Red Men met last night in IU lod?e room in the Southeast. Past Great Sachem W. C White was pres ent and addressed the members. De gree work was accomplished, and plans for the future outlined. From reports the tribe expects to have a pood representation in the welcome home parade, attired in f|ill repalla. A "Rainbow * social was given la?t night under the auspices of the Chris tian Endeavor Society of the h lrst M. E. Church, at the church. ia i Fourth street, for the membera of thr I congregation. Some of the membra | were attired to represent various prominent characters. This featuca 'attracted much attention and provlfr-? j cd unusual enjoyment. Games of va j rious kinds were enjoyed and refreah ments served. Miss Eunice Hartler I is president of the society, while li?r i ma Welch and Mrs. W. J Brewer I wete in charge of the program last t night. I Several street l.ght poles on the *!? I prtmch to the Anacostla Brklte h?'? , been demolished within the past wt I ei~al wfeks. snd to date ha*e not been : replaced. A i-equest will be made that | the work of replacine th.' poats and light* be done at an early date I Rev. l^eslie L, Bowers. j?a?tor of th? Fifteenth street t 'hnst Ian rhuirh, r?. j turned to hte home yeaterUay. follow ! inp a Visit of several days to hi* ' former home at Frederick. Md . will resume hla duties tomorrow Hitchcock hall at the (iovmimmt Hospital for the Inaane ??? tti* rceno of a larpe iratiierinB la?t | nipht. when the entertainment tor I the patients was conducted, motion pictures forming the principal | amusement. Mrs. Katie Powell, of 11?? K atreet. has reported to the pollea the loss of a diamond Tins, whie* I she valuea trery highly. The Home and School Association I or Kast Washington met laat right I in the assembly hall at Eastern High School, with a large numbet I in attendance. Work be ink' done far ! a closer relation between the I schools and the parents was dn> cussed In general, and its result hat been very gratifying. ' V. re. Elisabeth B Kawcett. of !?> I Massachusetts arenue. has reported to the fifth precinct that while via. I Itinc on Thursday sh' lost a satchel kontaimne a 'mall ? "m of monej I ?i..i a watch and -CSain.