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WASHINGTON. 1?. C-. Nov. 22, liilG.
To whom it may omcorn: This is to give
notice that the partnership heretofore existing
between James Hurt); and \Vm. H. Smith, under
the style ??f Smith & Hardy, is this day dissolved
l?y mutual consent. Mr. Smith will cont
ill tie said business at the same place. 018 K
st. n.w., and will assume anil pay the debts of
said partnership. All sums due to said partnership
are payable to Mr. Smith. Respectfully.
Write ?.r telephone.
213 1, st. s. w. Mai a 4881.
Washington. i?. <., '.mivi:mV;kic i?i lwo.?
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Columbia Title Insurance Company of the I?istrict
of roltimbia, for the piiriawe of electing
fifteen trustees of the company i"-?r the ensuing
year, will l?e held at the office of the company.
No. 30o 3th sr. n.w.. on Monday. I>eeemi>er is.
lflrt. The polls will bo op. n between the hours
of 2 ami 4 o'clock p.m. The transfer books will
lie closed ten days lwfore said meeting. GEORGE
G McELWEE. Secretary
' > tne Co ii mi run I'olyrpcumc institute u>r m?Blind.
which arc usually printed ai that in
stitution. will l?> purchased from other sources
and sold for the henetit of this institution.
This is ,lue to the far; that mills eannot supply
post card stock t?- us at present.
II. li. W. MILES, President.
Hooks of Fiction. Drama. History. Poetry and
1 he always acceptable Hi hies; also Cards, Booklets.
'lift Stationery, etc.
C - Pursell. "^r":;.r?""8o7 G St.
?has a
Modern Optical
Factory and
Makes All
Eyeglasses to Order.
M. A. LEE^r 27KV*1
At 50c a Hundred Pounds!
Every household needs the PRINCESS WASTE i
PAPER l'.AI.KK. Make money from your wHste
paper. Complete, with wire Jir?.?H> i
We'll d? nioiistrate. Call or write. i
\OHLK MKltl H\ND17i\c, Co.. ??i pa. nr.*.
Nothing Like :'Oraftonic"
poor PAINT for petting new life into old j
in:; T?r? Maturely old. I.?*r us ,v?n an e-ti- j
iiiht * f< r putting v.tur roof under guarantee. |
Grafton & Son, !
I'l.Qiiv M. Tgg. I
S Wi print Iji wyers* Rriefs and
M iTions promptly, neatly and a<rii
J'jdd & ESetweifier, Inc.,
THK HIP PR1NT SHOP. 420-422 11th. _
V To the tra.le?We have a very large stock
of rernirs for all kinds of furnaces, hot-water
and fcteam boilers, ranges and la'robes. Orders
received now will be delivered immeRUDOLPH
1332 N\ Y. are. n.w.
?and keep busy if you use good printing?
Ad:nn? Printing?to promote your business.
Window Shades Made and
Hung by Experts 'uv''Z'?rr
The Shade g'.toig, jg
Christmas Announcements
Printed in First-Class Style.
Color Work a Specialty.
National Casital Press
Mi 11 tit St. Piiop- M. ?r?o ci trunk line*!.
Always. Ready to Supply
Doors, Sash, Trim, Blirscs
'>49 X. V. Ave.?1517 7th St.
, Rubber Coat Repairs.
1. < ilaser. 929 I NAY. Main 222G.
KII>l.\<i ASH I>l:l\i.\i; HoKSES FOR HIKE I
by day. week or month. Special rates for business 1
purposes. Ivrsonal attention gi\ru to boarders. I
ill! I> n.w. Main KC.s J. M. IVake. Prop. |
p.ofuro winter sets in have the Iron- (
t-lad Roofers make things snug and |
right. ?>nr thorough repairs -will be a 1
safeguard against ruined plaster ar.d
paper. Call us up TODAY.
and remodeled to the very latest style*. Iatdie*'
s:.ts a specialty. II. KLAHEN. Tailor ami Furri-r.
1*134 14tli st. n.w. Phone North 19H6-J.
the well known seieutifie palmist.
ReadiDzs. ?1. only by appoint me at.
inoin- .>"nn II.W. l"-'- vr 'vw
111^ lot!: >t. a.u. Wed.. 2 p.m.. an<!
! r:.. ~ '.Vi p.m.. UT?f. A message- to ea< h. Daily
readiug?. $1. Xort !i 8LD3.
Thinks Sensational Submarine
Stories Originate in This Country.
Before his departure for New York
city last evening. Secretary Lansing
made the following statement regarding
recent sensational reports of th'submarine
"I do not know the origin of stories
regarding the submarine .situation, but
I have the impression that they are
emanating from some source in this
Jt was made clear tiiat the situation
was unchanged.
i| Your Last (
! ?This is the la
i available in \
I building operati<
1 Chase Section.
1 I J L i..i w
67Z6 Jo
I The Price (
This is an ideal hom
that will promote comfort
heart of the best of Washi
see this home you will adi
This home has six la
and bath. Double floors
Hot-water heat and a Pitt
and gas light.
THERE / cut A
1430 K
Phone 1
< ,
Protocol Signed by Joint Commission
for Control of Conditions
on the Border.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J., November !
?A protocol providing fur the con- j
j ditionul withdrawal of the American
troops now in Mexico, and for the
military control of the border, bur with
the stipulation that United States
troops shall be sunt into Mexico in pursuit
of bandits at any time the American
government deems it necessary,
was signed here yesterday by the mem- j n
j bers of the Mexican-American joint j *
commission. j j.
; One of the official copies was taken!,
i l>y Alberto J. Pani of the Mexican '
I commission, who left here for New
York, whence he will start Monday for j
Queretaro, where lie will submit it to \
j (Jen. Venustiano Carranza for his ap- | I
proval. The other copy will be tie- j
j livered to the American government j ?
i by Secretary of the Interior Franklin ! t
! K. I.ane, chairman of the American I f
{commission, who left here yesterday t
J for Washington. s
If the protocol is ratified by the two |
I governments, the commission will con- i X
| vene again December 8. to resume the |
| discussion of other questions affecti
ing the two countries, especially those f
related to the protection of the life
| and property of Americans and other
j foreigners in Mexico. If ratification ! v
by either government is withheld, the j b
work of the conference will be declared j
| at an end. |
Where the adjourned sessions of the i ?
commission will be held was not deter- i a
mined when the conference was fin- j 11
ished. The question was left to Sec-re- 0
tary of State Dansing and Ambassador *
Designate Arredondo. Following is a I r
paraphrase of the agreement, to which ' A
the last signature was affixed at 3:49 j
o'clock yesterday afternoon: j ^
Paraphrase of Agreement. jj
"First-?The American troops n
now in Chihuahua, commanded t
by Gen. John J. Pershing, shall ii
be withdrawn within forty days e
from the protocol by the respec- ?
tive governments, provided that q
within that time the conditions d
in that part of Mexico have not ^
become such as to endanger the t]
American border. In such event o
the time shall be extended.
"Second?The Mexican army J!
shall patrol the Mexican side of
the border and the American J
army the American side, but this ['
shall not preclude co-operation !
between the two forces to preserve
peace upon the border. c
"Third?It shall be left to the
commanding officers of the armies
on the border of both nations to
enter into such arrangements for
co-operation in opera tions
against bandits whenever it is
"Fourth?The American government
reserves the right to pursue "
into Mexico marauders coming rr
from Mexico into the United rr
Elates so long as conditions in ?
northern Mexico are in their pres- *"<
ent abnormal state." M
ine agreement as signed is not wnat tc
the Mexicans wanted. It contains the ti
article providing for the unrestricted r?
pursuit into Mexico by American ti
troops of bandits who may cross the
boundary. It was the determination of
the American commissioners to get u
that provision into the agreement a
which caused days of debate and the j c?
visit of Secretary l.ane to President j lc
Wilson, who assured him that he had i b
i his full support. It was not until yes- ^
| terday afternoon that the Mexicans!'*
j gave up their fight and decided to sign j ^
i the document. i !*
Mexicans Sought Hecess. "
| It became known yesterday that the a
I first request of the Mexicans for a re- ^
! cess was made several days ago. They L
I desired to submit to Gen. Carranza all j
[ the facts in the case and to obtain
from him advice as to the course they ?
I should take. The Americans opposed *
; such action, contending that further a
! delay was inadvisable. Finally the in- ?
sistence of tlie Mexicans resulted in I *
consideration of the suggestion, and (
yesterday the discussion was resumed, j
with all members of the commission i
The Mexicans were not yet willing j |
to sign, but the Americans succeeded!
i in convincing them that inasmuch as j
j the correspondence which had led to
j the creation of the commission proj
vided for the submission of the agree- C
I ment to their respective governments g
for approval, valuable time could be
'saved by taking the signed protocol to c
Carranza. c
The clause providing for the with- v
drawal of Gen. Pershing's forces states ,
that should the bandits in Chihuahua |
appear near the border in such force I f
as to prove a menace, the American I r
troops, acting independently or in con- j
j junction with the Mexican forces, may : p
i r.' in' in. .^uvii < af iim, mil'
'for th?*ir withdrawal shall he extends! I o
i to such time as made necessary by the ! c
1 developments. J t
' The Mexican commissioners agreed J
, that, as til** American troops are with-j
j drawn, Mexican troops shall be moved J f
| forward to occupy the territory vacu- ^
j ated. The disposition of th?- Mexican*,,
troops shall be b-ft to the Mexican i *
? !:
ist 6-ruom house ;
Vardman's large j
>ns in the Chevy !
celyn St.
$6,750 i
e?containing every feature
and convenience?and in the ]
ngton's suburbs. When you
nire it?you will want it. i
rge, bright, cheerful rooms
both up and down stairs. |
sburgh Gas Heater, electric
? I
bevy Chase Car to Connectivenue
and Jocelyn Street.
St. N.W.
Main 4191
Sales Manager
Abe Martin Says:
"1 seen a shootin' star last
light." said Miss Fawn Lippincut,
an' it left a beautiful trail o' tire
n its wake an' lasted almost as
iig as a movie kiss."
( ' ?u\i .rtnnitf ie I
\_> i'l"'1 l-y 10 Hl\t r".'! I I V- V.IUK 1.1
it alius seems t' know when |
ou're out.
omraand''!'. Gen. Pershing: is to have
hargre of the plan of withdrawal and
he right to use the railroad to Juarez
or the transportation of his troops and
he movement of his supplies it" he deires.
tinted States Opposes Limitations.
The Mexicans contended earnestly
or the incorporation in the protocol
f a clause providing- that" if troops
irere sent across the line in pursuit of
audits they should be moved only to
ertain distances; that they should
omprise only certain arms of service
nd include only a specified number of
len; that they should be kept in the
ountrv only a certain time, and that
hey must be moved only in certain
egions. To all these arguments the I
.mericans were firm in their insistence i
hat there must be no limitations.
The article providing for the mili- I
nry control of the border was 0011ensed
from elaborate and intricate
lans, whose consideration has taken
inch of the time of the commission.
The Mexicans have been insistent that
here should be defined a neutral zone,
n which the armies of the two govrnments
might operate, but since the
onsideration of that point invariably
rought the commissioners back to the
uestion of limited pursuit, it was
efinitely rejected by the Americans,
s was the suggestion for co-operation.
i which American troops might find
hemselves commanded by Mexican
The Mexican commissioners are non- !
ommitral as to their hope of ratifica011
by their first chief. The Ameri- I
ins "hoped" Gen. Carranza would ap- i
rove the acts of his representatives, j
ut it was manifest they were not un- i
uly optimistic. J
Throughout the conference that began
eptember i the Mexicans have insisted \
le first chief and his official family |
ould not agree to any violation of ;
(exican territory.
Other Questions Unsettled.
If the agreement is ratified, there will
egin long consideration of the retaining
questions that the American
overnment regards as vital to the full
Bstoration of friendly relations with
lexico. These include taxes, threats
> confiscate property, sanitary condi ons
and claims. Such problems are
garded by the Americans as essenallv
basic and necessary to an under:n
nding. ,
Within a few minutes after the protocol
as signed the exodus of commissioners
nd attaches began. All the American
ommissioners were on trains leaving here
mg before dark, and Mr. Pani. with the
eribboned document, was on his way to
lew York. Mrs. Pani and their children
'ill sj>end the recess here. Mr. and Mrs.
gnacio Bonillas and their daughters will
:ave for Sew York and perhaps Boston
i a few days, and Puis Cabrera, chairian
of the Mexican commission, will
perid his time in Philadelphia, New York
nil \V:?.?h iMr I'ani t<? ur.
ive at Queretaro within six days, going i
y way of St. Louis, Sari Antonio and |
tix redo.
After the j>rotocol was signed Secretary
an'- issued a statement, defining to a
ertain extent the policy of the United ]
tates government toward Mexico. He j
tated that he believed Gen. ' 'arranza a!
trong man and that he should he given j
"full chance," adding that "Mexico will {
ither do right without our help or with it. >
'his is her choice."
teeded to Eradicate a Deadly Disease
Among1 Cattle.
Common toads are wanted by the'
rovernor of Guam, and ('apt. Kay C. j
mith, I". S. X., in an effort to eradi- J
ate a deadly disease prevalent among I
attle of the island possession. Toads '
irith ravenous appetites and particu- i
arly fond of snails are especially preerred,
as, the captain says, snails are
esponsible for the disease.
Capt. Smith appealed to the Navy Deartment,
urging that an immediate
hiprnent of toads be sent him. Navy
fficials confess they are unable to
omply and will forward the request
o the Department of Agriculture.
The Western < 'ollege for Women, at
>xford, Ohio, and the Oxford College for
Vomen. will be merged into one college
irider the name of the Western Oxford
'ollege for Women.
j If You Are Able tc
j Able to Pay Mont
Get Somethi
p 1 u m b i n g;
v Sample House, N
1409 N. \
! November 23, via Radio to Columbus,
I N. M., November 25.?That Margarita
I Acosta. one of the three women exe|
cuted Wednesday morning at El Valle
for alleged plotting against the life of
Col. Gonzales Diaz, was at one time in
the employ of Villa, is asserted here.
Letters and papers found on her, it is
said, indicated this. She also is said,
by the Carranza officers, to have carried
papers signed by Gen. Trevino.
I Suspicions were aroused, it was said,
by the woman's actions, and an officer
was detailed to make an investigation.
She is said to have revealed a plot
which. Carranza officers claim, listed
Col. Diaz and others for assassination.
The El Valle garrison, it was said, was
to be turned over to Villa.
The, woman was called before Col.
Diaz Tuesday. She was followed by
her sister, Maria Castilla. and servant.
Maria Reis. She attempted to brazen
out the situation, the Carranza officers
said. A search of her person is said
to have followed and papers, a dirk
and a pistol were taken from her, according
to the odicers.
Early next morning the women were
shot, dying bravelv, the otlicers declared.
; ^ |
Fond friends will |
But it is of utmosi
whether mansion, 1
start by founding i
The overwhelming testimor
will outwear your building
make endless housework an
The greatest rr
Property outfitted with IDEAL 1
for the outfit; or 15% higher rental
Whether you're & new or long-ti
(free) book 44 Ideal Heating." ?
outfit today. Phone or write foi
j _____ An
j W You shouk
/?\ Cleaner, for
, ; to each floo
> radiator he;
<? ?
Sold by all dealers. I\ 1\
No exclusive agents. jL JL wm
Public showrooms st Chicago, New Y<
Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, C
San Francisco, Los
| ?#** *?**
Pay Rent You Are
:hly Payments And
ng in Return.
S trice,
including ino.
328 13th St S.E.
r. Ave. N.W.
tor New Homes
Count Shows 112.186 Voting foi
Wilson: 49.827 for Hughes.
LITTI.E lUX'K. Ark.. November 23.?
j The official vote of Arkansas in the rej
rent general election has been announced
by the secretary of state as
For 1'resident Wilson, democrat. 112.186;
Hughes. republican, 49,827; Benton.
socialist, 6 999. and Hanley, prohibitionist.
For United States senator?Kirhy,
lemocrat, 110.292; Remind, republican,
For governor ? Brougli. democrat.
Lonely? Join Us
Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday, 5 P.M.
Homo Cooking,
Homo Fun,
Old-fashioned Games.
Tickets Are Fifty Cents.
On Sale Now at the Office.
iuunu initio hah
C.lft Fourt<-?*ut)? Street N.W.
I'hono M. bii87.
id warmt
/ A ^
^rant the newlyweds mj
t importance that the h
nimblest cottage or smal
t upon the cosy, cleanly,
in x Ideal
ly. of a million users at home and al
. No leakages of ash-dust and cc
d spoil furnishings.
ioney saver in a building
Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators sells q
L Fully guaranteed, yet cost no more than o
ime bride or groom, you will get a big fui
lon't pay further the price of postponenvr
it immediately, or call at any of our >ho\
unfailing, stationary V?
i also know about our ARCO V
dustless, complete cleaning through
r. Fully GUARANTEED. Lasts,
iting. In sizes at $150 up. Send 1
ork, Boston, Providence, Worcester, Philadelphia
incinnati, Atlanta. Birmingham, Nr.w Orleans. Mil
Angeles Seattle, Spokane, Portland, Toronto, B:
| Special
| Notice
To Home Buyers?Don't miss
tt reading our advertisement 011 the
first page of supplement?part 2?
5 today's .Star.
t The properties referred to
represent our very best efforts.
Note carefully how neatly
and well constructed our
homes are, the planning of
every room was carefully studied
and arranged to the best advantage.
Examine the interior finish
and decorating. You'll find a distinctive
air of refinement.
Then make inquiries from a
few of our home owners who
have availed themselves of
the P. & S. service for buying
homes. It means PERFECT
SATISFACTION to every purchaser
of our Homes.
; Why not let us explain, and
H make your home buying as easy
as paying your monthly rent.
| Phillips & Sager.
122,041 Townsend, republican, 43,963; the present state-wide prohibition law,
Davis, socialist, 9,730. was defeated, 58,064 for and 109,697
Act Xo. 2, which would have repealed against.
' '.'i __
Every Methodist in Washington
i| And Every Other Patriot Is Expected to Be at ? |
i| Poli's Theater Tomorrow (Sunday) |
if Afternoon at 2:30
DR. CLARENCE TRUE WILSON, general secretary ui the *
^ Methodist Board of Temperance, which officially represents 4,000.- ;?
000 Methodists, will present startling evidence of the way in which #
X certain liquor mail-order houses are using the mails to debauch ^
children, instigate law violation and TKAUE IN MURDER AND
Subject: "MURDERS AT 2c EACH"
Will You Help to Stop It? Then Come! g
-v- Music by the Petworth Vested Choir.
The Bishops Will Be There.
1-. The meeting will close at 4:30, promptly on the tick of tiie clock.
i ? ~ ;
Everybody Welcome and Wanted.
h make the home
k itei?j! ?.IJ| I)
?From original drawing made by H?ary Hutt lor American Radiator Company
my years to become famous and prosperous.
iome to which the groom takes his bride ?
lest apartment ? shall be given the only right
healthful heating produced by
These now ouicklv installed outfits
change houses into homes for new
(or long-time) brides. Call up your
local dealer today!
Droad prove the fuel economy. These outfits need no repairs?
lal-gases into living rooms, as in stoves and hot-air furnaces, to
* is ideal heating
nicker and you get full money back
rdinary makes! Accept no substitute. ItJ-UIfcffTi
nd of heating information from our
,nt but buv an IDEAL-AMERICAN
icuum Cleaner I
rr41kT_ _ __ S A No. 5-22-W IDEAL Boiler and 400 ft.of
l/AND Stationary Vacuum \ 38-in. American radiators, costing the
( owner $235 were used to heat this cottage.
L an iron suction pipe running < At this price the goods can be bought of any
as long as the building?like \ rc^Jblc- competent Fitter. This did not
P . 3 < include cost of labor, pipe, valves, freigh-,
for Catalog. s etc.. which vary according to climatic and
other conditions.
, Wilkesbarre, Baltimore, Washington, Buffalo, Rochester. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit,
Iwaukee, Minneapolis, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas City, Des Moines, Omaha, Denver,
antford (Oat.), London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin. Cologne. Vienna, Milan
H <
| Located in the Highest, Healthiest, f
1 Section in the Citv. 1
I Just One of ^ 9'h S'' !
. , J| iS| IHl |V Car to Park f
1 hrce Lett . Ktuw.|yBW!Bwwwp?^ *
ii ww"'n}^rff R?a<1, ?
Price, ij jg[ |n |Sm 'j f ^ast to Warder I
$3,850 j jjj| stt'^en?^th|
? K. Home Marked_
Side Light | |g Open
Beautiful, high, healthy location. 6 rooms and bath,
electric lights, hot-water heat, cement porches, hardwood
floors?a real modern home at a moderate price.
1409 New York Ave.
Headquarters for New Homes
! |
It's a new kind of home?
planned, designed and built for
your comfort, ease, convenience i
and pride?and these things.
together with its location (west
of 14th st.) and the remarkable
| low price, "will sell itself to
! you."
6-Room Plan $5,850
7-Room Plan...... .$5,900
If it is not convenient for
you to take a 14th street car to i
Webster st. and walk one block
west?phone Col. 5869 or Main
2345 and we will send one of
our autos for you.
Shannon & Luchs
713 14th Street
6 ag-a saaa-a g.g a m a Bcsaeoe
| Business Properties |
FOR SALE?$30,000; leased 5 K
years at $2,400 jTSear; on impor- &
^ taut street; ground alone valued ?;
by the assessor at $24,000.
:1c FOR SALE?Paying six *6) per yr
X. cent net. long leases; tenants X
X paying taxes and repairs. We 3'Z
X offer several such properties on
? most important streets.
j y FOR SALE?Leased to one teny
ant paying: $1,800 a year. Less
y than $20,000 will buy it. Nearly y
st new store building, west of 10th ' ?
y street. . *;?
FOR SALE?$25,000?leased to
one tenant at $1,920 a year; 7th
y street business property; 25x100; \[tine
y $27,000?Leased one tenant $2,*: ;
100 a year; near 13th and F sts.; -jf
y handsome building. y
'JC *21,000?Leased one tenant $1." it
y 500 a year; 14th St.; 25x120.
V FOR SALE?915 "E" St. n.w.? y
y Lot 24x159; 30-ft. alley; 4-story
y building. Note the width of the 1C
y alley. .Very necessary for a large
y. business. ^j
& FOR SALE?Business Property y
in All Sections.?You cannot af- y.
ford to make a purchase of a y
j y piece of business property with- y
I y out first investigating the proper- y.
J y ties we offer for sale. JC
j ~y We make a specialty of busiI
y ness properties and are in touch y
3C with almost all the owners. >;i
y If for any reason the owner is =;c
2;: anxious to sell and offers his if
property at a tempting price, we y
y are at once informed, and are in y
position to give our clients the y
y opportunity of this excellent y
y service. y
y t?>end for list. y
Stone & Fairfax
j| Come Out Tonight
and Inspect
t These Sample Homes
t Nn JtWU nth St. N.W. T
- T
j A The choicest six - room 2
jX house 011 Columbia Heights, X
j|_ Price. $4,350 X
' ? See tliese beautiful homes I
i j- with the largest lot in the X
| X city. ?
:+No. 3106 Warder St. N.W.J
Price, $3,675
J On Easy Terms. J
X Take 9th st. cars, get off J
! ' Kenyon st.. walk east to X
IT Warder st. X
;?No. 1915 Kenyon St. N.W.x
| j These homes face beauti- v
11 ful Rock Creek Park, hav- X
j J ing six large, all outsfde J
iT rooms, attic, open fireplace j;
y and two baths.
| Special X
J '1 here is one 8-rootn cor- -f
X iter, with center entrance X
T hall. Be sure you see this y
; i X one. <f
| J 12th & Rhode Island Ave. ?
t N.E. :i:
| The bungalow section that y
!jl all Washington is talking Ijl
X about. x
-j- Take Laurel, Berwyn or -{5
Riverdale cars, get off Rhode X
X Island ave. and 12th st. N.E. ?
| Price, $3,975 and Up X
r Easy Terms. T
| 1
X Tennessee Ave. Between 3."
X B and C Sts. N.E. X
f These new homes, iust 3'
-f- completed, have individual J
2 garages. The garden spot 2
X of all northeast. _ T
$ Price, $4,375 X
X On Easy Terms. 3
i Phillips & Sager, |
x Headquarters for New V
? Homes, T
t 1409 New York Ave. ?
^ Phone Main 97 for Auto i
X Service. X
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