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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1911.
NEW BUILDING HERE
Another Demonstration of
. Confidence in Washing
ton Realty Operations.
The confidence with which the most
icarcful lnesio-s of largo funds regard
the safety and earning power of Wash
ington leal estate and buildings, is il
lustrated again today bv a large loan
Vhich has Just ben made upon the
irifw Woodward buildins A deed of
trust for yoOOOO was recorded with the
District Reorder jesterdnv, showing
thit Samuel W. Woodward has seemed
that amount of money from the Trav
elers' Inburanca Company, of Hartford,
The moitgage covers the Woodward
huilding properij an-1 runs from one to
fve j ears, and t'ie interest is namort at
IS per cent. The Clt Bank, of Hart
ford, and h Qulwy Smith, of Washing
ton, are named as trustees.
Consldpnble hpevi'lation Pnd interest
in thtf financing of the Woodward build
ling has been evident ever tinre Mr
voodw aril s plans to erect a large of
llie building at the southwest corner of
Fifteenth and H streets northwest, were
icrst announced Rumors were afloat in
teal estate an.l financial droits thnt the
nnonev was forthcoming from Boston
and New York som -es. but there nevei
T.as anything definite.
The other new offic building directlv
opposite, the Southern building, aho
was financed chiefly br a large Insur--inre
compm, the Kquitalle. of New
York, which took $VK),(X of the first
jnortgago b-nds of the Southern Build
To Build Capital'City.
'. Australia is asking the architects of
the world to si.bmlt competitive designs
for a new capitnl city for that country,
and specifications have been received at
the British consulate. 17 State street,
New York The Australian government
has decided to build the capital in the
township of Dalgd.v, in the Bombala
district on the Snowy river, almost on
the border between Vew South Wales
and Victoria. Victoria is the present
It Is estimated that the new buildings
will cost $35,000,000. Three prizes to com
peting architects are offered, a flrst
prize of JS.W0. a second of J3,G30, and a
third of $2,423
Max Abel has purchased from Shan
non & Luchs the two-htory dwelling at
WR Perry street northwest for $5,000,
and will occuj-v it The house has Juht
been completed and contains six rooms.
Real Estate Transfers.
"Woodlcy Park Lea III11 to Joseph I Bris-
tow lot 35 block 18. 310
N street northwest, between Thlrt -fourth
and Thirty -flfth street -Thomas It Good
win et u to GvorKO W Estler. part lit
. 68, square 122S. 310
North Carolina avenue southeast, between
Flrt and Fecond street Florence D Mc-
Aullffe ct vi ts Joeiph L, and Viola. 11
, Barnard, lot K. square 7T5, J10
Tenth street northeast between C and D
streets -Herman It. HowenstMn et ux to
Edna M RI- and 'Will C Frrnch. lot Si.
quare t63, 110 Same to Leila Lee, 1 t
64, equare 9C3, $10
Pennsylvania avenue Foutheist between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth stret-ts ITerman
II Honensteln et ux to Howard It an 1
Fannie S Robe), part lot 11, square 1063
Hlllbrook Minnie n Collins et vlr Elmer.
to Mary A. Kundahl, lots 22 and 23, square
Fourteenth and S streets northwest William
B McKnlpht et ux to Nannie F Phillip",
part rljrlnal lot S, square 218, $10
C5 and 627 TMrteenth strwt northwest
Amanda J Thorn, trustee, to Edna L.
Clapp part lots 10 and 12, square 2OT
$109 000 Edna I. CKpp ennvvs same prop-
ertj to George U Hunting. $10
Estate of 'William Holrmad Charles W
King et ux to Max Onpcnhelmcr. lot 71.
The Vital Records.
Reginald O. and Susanah V. Carlisle,
Morgan J. and Kathcrlne Chewnlng,
James and Irvin C. Krlgbaum, boy.
John V. and Sophie M. Schmitt. boy.
John E and Minnie L. onder. boy.
Bertrand A. and Julia Clark, girl
Clarence B. and riorence Smith, girl.
Robert H. and Virginia Lake, twins,
boy and girl
Byron and Velma M McCandless, boy.
George W and Florence Moran, girl
Charles E. and Rebecca J. Palmer,
Daniel and Ann C. McFadden, girl.
George R. and Maude A Orton, girl.
Fred and Jessie M Hart, girl.
Lewis a,nd Ella M. Atkins, boy.
Aulden and Mildred Schey, girl.
Lafayette and Adam M. McNeill, jr.,
Robert and Rachel Phillip, girl.
William A. and Margaret R, Lee, boy.
Andrew and Bertha Ashton, girl.
Joseph and Villie Burke girl.
Dennis and Ethel Brlsco, boy.
Emanuel and Lizzie Smith, girl.
James R. and Pearl Bassll, boy.
James and Bertha Clark, girl
Frank and Lillian Hunter, girl
John and Cora Reed, boy.
Walter and Maud Hvt,on, girl.
Josnah and Rachael Johnson, boy.
Harry and Mamie Evans, boy.
Richard and Alice Smith, boy.
William and Elsie Campbell, boy.
William G. and Annie Smith boy.
Barry and Emma Hicks, girl.
Frank P. Voehl and Minnie .P. Caxrico,
both of Washington
James P Harris and Nellie Harris, both
of Frederick county, Md.
"William E Bragg and Octavla West
coot, both of Richmond. "Va.
John F Kirk and Alice C. Taylor, both
of Baltimore, Md
Marcantone D'TrapanI and Laudanl
A gala, both of Washington.
Albert G Young and Mary A. Ham
mond, both of Washington
William W Bolls and Dess M. Bowers,
both of Washington.
Alvern R Chrlsler, of Auburn, N. T ,
and Sophie R. Kloeber, of Washing
Wilfred Warren and Salllo Cobb, both
Isaac Graves and Lucy Palmer, both of
William L Burke and Margnerltta
Morris, both of Washington.
Edward Williams and Dora Helbext,
both of Washington.
Thomas Lowry, 85 years, 918 Fifteenth
Ida B. Kelley, 47 years, 73 Thirteenth
Bernard McCarthy, 65 yqars, Govern
ment Hospital for Insane.
Minnie V. Estcs, 28 years, 615 Sixth
Earah K. Huntington, 2 years, 625 Third
James B. Tipton, 3 months, 1259 Union
Elmont J Seymour. S years, 715 Six
teenth street northeast.
Leonard Avery. 8 dajs, 141 Bates street
Infant of William B. and Anne M. Ker-
Railway Common Showed
& Virginia Higher.
There was comparatively Httlebusl
ne&s transacted In the local market,
most of the bales being of small lots on
investment oiders. Values as a luic
weie steady and strong, especially for
bond1-, which attracted relatlvsly moie
attention than did the stocks
Railway common was weak at 44'.,
making a. locs of ncarlj a. point for the
week. The preferred vvaH sold In a
tiiall wav at fc9.
No transactions were recorded In
Capital Traction There are ho many
bargains on the list toU that pav
bettei returns on the Investment than
Capital Traction that It rarely allows
in the list of sales Washington &
Virginia common moved up to il.
about the highest on this turn.
Gas ."in at 109 110, Railway 4s
at So, and Consolidated Potomac 5s at
lOJJilOJVs were verj firm.
Cashier Worthlngton, of the Mer
chants & Mechanics Savings Bank, re
turned from Canada on Monday
Today's Sales on the
Washington Gas 5's, Jl.OOOffllO.
Washington Railway and Electric 4's,
ll.OjOfcN"), M.OOOiaSo, $1.000fi65
Potomac Cons. 5 s. S1,000(S102S. Jl.OOOa
Capital Traction, 7T130.
Washington Railway and Electric,
com, 2.V&44V. 25&-H4, SfflMW, r-MV,
Washington Rullway and Electric pre
ferred. 6fiK, MzS-. 3iiS4, 75fcfe9
Washington Gas &SW
Mergenthaler, YaA, 21HS3.
Washington-Virginia Railway, com
mon, 10 42.
After call Washington Gas 6's, $2,0003
Bid and Asked On
Reg. 2's 1004 JWi
Coupon 2's 1CW,4 10J
KtK 3-s 10m 102H
Coupon 3's 101H ...
Reg 4's 113V 114H
U. S Coupon 4"s 113, 114H
Georgetown Gas 5's 110
Washington Gas 5 s ICjTb HO
Capital Traction R. R. 6's.... 112
Anacostia & Potomac 5's 101
Anacostia & Pot. Trust 5's.. 101
Cltj & Suburban C's 102.
Columbia R. R. oh IUIVj
Metropolitan R R Es 10S
Wash R. & Elec i's S5
Wash. Alex. &. Mt. V. 5's W
MIb''M, VNEOtS IiOND-4.
Potomac Elec. Cons 5 s 102
Potomac Elec. Lt.. 5'b 108
C. & P Telephone 5 s
Amer Tel Telga. 4's 10S
Emerson Steam. Pump 6's .. 75
"Wash Market 6s. 1927 004 103
Wusn.. .MatKLt US, 147 JUlVi 1M
W. M. Cold Storage 5 s 100-Vg
N &. Steamboat 5's liH
Riggs Realty 5 s Iu2
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction IJSH 131
Aash. Rj. & Elec. com 44
Wash. Rj & Elec, pf KH
N & W Steamboat 21b.
Aashlngton Gab SSa4
Georgetown Gas 100
mer T"I. &. Telga 133
u 1 a via Dominion 60
Wash -Va, Ry , com 42 43
Wash-Va. R , pief 6S 75
TVPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotjpe 232 233
Lanston Monotpt 91 Sou
Greene Cananea 6 7
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American National Bank 1S5 200
Capital Nat. Bank 205 220
Columbia National Bank 250 280
Commercial Nat Bank 200 205
District National Bank 132ft 13374
rar. & Mech. Nat. Bank 260
Lincoln Nat Bank 141
Met. National Bank 216 ...
Riggs Nat. Bank TOO .711
Second Nat. Bank 16Q 1G5
national Bank of Wash 2G0
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec. & Trust 2S2
National Sav. & Trust 230
Union Trust 142 143
Wash Loan & Trust 222 225
United States Trust 120 125
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home Savings 800
Merch. Mech. Savings 170 200
Union Savings 240 260
Bank of Commerce 13
Lat Wash Savings Bank.... 12 ...
Provident Sav. Bank 9 10
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 30
Corcoran Flra Insurance St
Firemen's Fire Insurance 20 22
Tranklln Flro Insurance 37 40
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 260
Nat. Union Fire Ins K ...
Potomac Fire Insurance 32
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 4 ..
Real Estate Title Ins 90
Emerson Steam. Pump 11
Grapho , pf 20
Merch Trans. & Storage 117
Security Storage 2M
Washington Market 17
Jinks Had Mighty Poor
Memory, That's Certain
Senator Thompson was talking about
a recalcitrant witness who had appear
ed beforo one of tha many recent com
mittees of Investigation in Washington.
"The witness' memory," said Senator
Thompson, "was faulty, superlatively
faulty. But perhaps there was a reason
for its faultlness, though not so open
and plain a reason as In the case of
"Jinks, poor fellow, visited New York
during the hot spell, and for a week or
more frequented roof gardens, sitting
in the cool breezo of an electric fan,
a cigar always In ono hand, and an Iced
transparent, heady drink always In the
"Jinks, at midnight one hot evening:,
appeared at his favorite roof garden,
beckoned his favorite waiter, and said:
"Was hlc Blnks hero tonight?"
" 'Yes. sir: he dined here, sir,' the
" 'Was I,' said Jinks. was I hlc
with bjmj' "-Eishaage.
KBE AGAIN SLOW
Easier, Lessening Trading Radius
UNION PACIFIC LEADS IN ACTIVITY,
WITH IRREGULAR FLUCTUATIONS
BUT SLIGHT DECLINES.
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. The action of
the session centered very largely in
Union Pavlflo shaies. most of the room
traders devoting their operations entire
ly to this security, hence its Irregular
ity and range of 1 points with more or
less frequent changes within the limits
nled. The heaviest short Interest Is in
this. Reading and Steel, although the
operations of the bears have not been
rcstilcted but havo been widely scat
The sharp rallv vesterday afternoon
was not based on but favornblo action
whatsoever nothing more than the cov
ering of the extended short line. Lon
don came fractionally better, evidently
from buvlng orders placed from this
side of the AtlantK for effect, as Eng
land liiFt at this tlnio is In no position
to take advantage of the happenings
that go t depiess our maiket she has
troubles enough of her own to occupy
her attention ind jnsettle capital
The wise men of the street have the
Idea that the rlsos that come Into the
market now nnd then particularly the
boom late Monday, are Inspired bv a
desire to t'ette strong spots for liqui
dation pui poses Hcno th-v light shy
of following the rallies, urging the buy
Today s New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotations furnished by W D Hlbb s & To. members of New Tork fitock
Exchange, Washington Stock Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade, Hlbbi Uulldlng.
Hlrh. Low p in. Oon.
at.. Tp & S. Fe. com 108 105 105H 1 10oV
Atlantic Coast Line.l28H 123V4 123Vi 1 1224
Bait & Ohio. com...lu2 102 Vt 102V 1 102
Bait. & Ohio, pfd I 89H
Brooklyn Rap Tran 76V 76 76 I 76
Canadian pacific 2 237V4 238 I 239H
Chesapeake & Ohio. 75H 74H 75 I 75
C, Mil. & St. P. COHU6V4 Ui.W 115H 1 116
Ch. & Gt- West, com 20V .0W 20 I 20
Chic. & N. W.. com.ja 141V1 142 I 141
Denv. &. Rio G , pfd 63 3W 63 I 54
Erie common 80 80 EOtt I 80
Erie 1st pfd. 60 DO W I 60
Erie 2d pfd 40 40 4 I 49
Great Northern pfd 126 126 12 1 12o
Inter-Met. com 15 15 15 I 15
Inter-Met. pfd 43H 43 43H I 44
Lehigh Valley 167 16b iec 1 167
M.. K. & T. com 82 82 Si I S3
M.S P. & S S.M. com. 137 18b 137 I 135
Missouri Pacific 42 4iv4 42H I 42
N. Y. C. & Hud. R...104 1C3 103 I 104
N .Y. Ont. & West.. 0 40 40 I 40
Norfolk & Western. -.103 103 1C3 I 103
Northern Pacific 121 120 121 1121
Pennsylvania J2l 120 12m 1 121
Reading, com 146 145 146 I 146H
Rock Island, com 27 26 27Vi I 27
Rock Island, pfd .... 63 63 6J I 63
BtLiS.F, 2nd pfd 43 2 42 I 42
South. Par., com .... 116 114 115 I 116
Southern Ry , com ... 29 28V 28 I 28
Texas & Pacific 25 24 24 I 25
Third Avenue 8 8 I 8
Toledo. St L & W.. o 19 154 19 I 19V
Union Pa Inc. com... 173 172 173 1 174
Union Pacific, pfd.... 62 92 KV4 92
VAabash com 14 14 14 I 14
t abash pf 31 80 894 I 294
Wis Central com 64 64 M I 63
Western Md 68 63 68 I 67
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to Tha "VV-uhlngton Tlmra by
A f! Plant &. Co , 1415 Q street northwest
Wheat. Open High. Lew. 1 15
fcepUmber W 60S 90 5-0
December 94 95 04, 91t
May 100 IOOV4 100 lW-,
September 63 CI (3 61
December OH 61i OS 61
May C3 64 63 64
New York Cotton Market.
Furnished to Tho Washington Tim by
A. O. Plant &. Co . 1415 G street northwest.
Open High. Lew. 1 15
September 11.35 1150 1135 11 j
October 11.25 11 4". 11 23 1141
December 1131 1152 11.31 1144
November 1127 1144 11.23 ILK)
Little Hope Felt for
Aged Victim's Recovery
But little hope Is held out for the
recovery of Robert Townsond, seventy
five years old, who upset a lamp while
lying tn bed, at 313 Pennsylvania ave
nue, northwest, last night and was
severely burned. Ho Is at Casualty
Hopltal in a critical condition.
Tovvnsend Is supposed to have reached
for some article on a table which
stood beside his bed. In doing so, he
overturned the lamp and in an Instant
the bed clothing was aflame The
screams of the old man brought as
sistance, and he was dragged from the
burning bed and hurried to the hospi
tal W 1'
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Have you modernized
your business methods ?
Are you making use of
Western Union Day and
They are a part of
successful business and
TRE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
LmmAj: 1 ' .. "- - . . ,-:r.- .
ing of stocks on the weak spots and
tho liquidation on strength.
With the immediate, opening Union
PaclOo was dropped a point and then U
additional. Then followod a rally that
carried It back practically to within Yt
of yesterday's closing. Similar action
with lessened lluctuatlon followed In
practically everything and when the
bell tapped the advent of tho noon
hour, values were pressing close on the
flnal quotations of Monday. An excep
tion must be made on Lehigh Valley,
which was higher, Canadian Pacific
lYt lower, and a few otner stocKS in
which slight gains were scored.
During tho noon hour tho market lost
much of its activity and Union Pacific
again showed irregularity for a point
net loss. Steel, common, on the con
trary, was very Arm, turning a H net
gain, while the majority of securities
eased ofT fractionally only.
There was nothing in the news of tho
morning to cause any particular atten
tion Some observers declared mat me
urgent liquidation had run Its course,
and the market Is not high by any
means considering money rates, etc.
Tho Canadian Pacific showed a surplus
for the flsoal year. Hfter palng divi
dends of $11,873,242. which was carried
The market in the second hour of the
afternoon was decidedly dull.
High. Low. p m. Close.
Amal. Copper 6J C2 e2 I 63
Am. Beet 3ugar com 62 61 51 I 61
Am. Can com 9 9 9 I 9
Am. Can pf 83 83 83 I 83
Am. Car & Fdy com 62 61 62 61
Am. Cotton OH com. 64 64 64 I 65
Am. Lo. com I 86
Am. Sm & Ref. com. 71 71 71 I 72
Am. S. & Ref. com... 115 114 115 1 114
Am. TeL & Tel 131 134 134 I 134
Am. Tobacco, pfd.... 94 93 94 I 93
Col. F. & I. com SO SO 80 I 30
Con. Gas, N. Y 138 137 188 1 138V4
Distillers Securities, 82 32 82 I 82
Great Northern Ort 48 48 43 I 43
Goldfield Cons 6 5 6 1 6
Mackay Co.'s com... 83 S3 63 I 83
Pacific Mall S. a 29 29 29 I 29
People's Gas of Chl..J04 1044 104 1 104
Ry. Steel Spring, com 1 81 81 I 81
Rep 1 & 3 . com 26V4 25 26 I 26
Tenn. Cop 3J 33 33 83
O. S. Rub , com 37 37V4 87V4 I 38
U.B a C I. P., com. 1S 1 13 I 18
U. S. Steel, com 74 7SV 74 I 78
J. S. Steel, pfd 116 115 116 1 116
Utah Copper 45 45 45 I 45'
Va. Car Chem , com 56 55- 66 664
West. Union Tel.... 74 74 74 I 78
West. Elec. Man fct C6 66 1 66
Amer. Tobacco 4's.... 85 84 E5 85
Amer. Tobacco 6'b....105W 104 104 1 104
B. & O. General 4 s. ts 9d 93 I 98V.
Chi., Rock Is. & Pac. 72 72 72 I 72
Inter. Metro. 4's... 77 77 774 I 78
Union Pac Con. 4's. .104 1CJ 103 1 103
U. & Steel 2d 5's 105 104 104 1 105
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to Th Washington Times b
Harrlman Co.. New Tork; G. B Chlpman,
manager local brcneh. Colorado Bidldtns
Open.lilKh Low. Clo
Britlsh CoL Copper... 4 .4 4 4
Con. Axlz. Sm. (new). t
Florence lss IS IS IS
Giroux Mining G 5 5 5
Greene-Cananea 6 6 6S 6
Inspiration Copper.... 7 7 7 7
Kerr Lake Ml Ml Ml Mi
La Rose Con 3 3S 3S n
Mclvlnley-Darragh ... 1ft 1ft 1ft 1ft
Niplsslng Mines S 6 5 &
Aged Man Not Identified,
Asserts Hospital Head
Superintendent ZInkham, of the Wash
ington Asylum Hospital, today denied
the report that the aged man who was
brought to that Institution Sunday
morning after having been fount?
wondering about In the streets in a
demented condition had been positive
ly identified as J. L. Turner of Lon
It was reported that the man had
been Identified by a man named John
Overman who came to this city from
his home In Virginia. Mr. Zankham
said today that no one hab as el
been to the hospital to see tho man,
and that there was no change In his
Captain Boardman today received a
telegram from the police of Danville.
Va., where the old man Is supposed to
have relatives, stating that officers sta
tioned at the railroad station had seen
him board a train for this cfty early
Sunday morning. They stated, how
ever, that the man was a stranger to
them and that eo far they had failed
to find any one who knew of him.
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VMI CTII I M MLF To
OU MILL )V bar y
Purse He Picked Up
Everyone who loses their pocket
book does not have the Rood fortune
that Mrs Chase Palmer, of 1209 Nine
teenth street northwest, had yester
day when she dropped her hand bag
containing $35 and some trinkets out
of the window of a swiftly moving
street car near Delaware and Massa
chusetts avenues northeast. Mrs
Palmer had the car stopped and start
ed back for tho bag Before-she could
recover lt a man who was driving an
automobile stopped and picked U up
He then hurried away
Mrs Palmer returned to her home,
but before she had arrived there the
operator of the automobile had tele
phoned to the place several times in
nn effort to find the owner of the bag.
No one was at tho house to answer
the phone A few minutes later the
man brought tho hand bag to the
Girl Sleep Walker
Has Narrow Escape
Catherine Gates, seventeen years old,
of G55 Carolina avenue southeast, nar
rowly escaped being killed about 12:30
last night, when she fell out of a second-story
window at her home while
walking In her bleep That she escaped
with but a few bruises is considered
nothing less than miraculous
She was removed to Casualty Hospital,
where her Injuries were treated This
morning she was removed to her home.
Members of the girl's family told the
hospital officials that she hfid been
subject to sleepwalking for some time,
and that while she hnd met with slight
accidents she had never walked out of
a window before.
7th nnd V t.
Tirn aiorsn or laughs.
Well, We're Open !
Did you ever ee a clenner,
snappier, better shovr for 10c and
We only played to 3J5B1
Admissions yesterday, but
we may do better today
Get in Line Early
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is prepared to give the best
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The Washington Loan
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Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOT EDSON, President
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuate during dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (flrst mort
gages), well secured on real estate In the
District of Columbia, constitute "gilt edge"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of Individuals or cor
porations for their stability and are exempt
from taxation as personal property. "We can
supply such investments In amounts from
$500 upward. Send for booklet, "Concernlngr
Loans and Investments."
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST Brtndle and whltn bulldog (male) Re
ward If returned to $03 B st , or Informa
tion to whereabouts Phoiw Main 3272 !
LOST Brown collie (male), tag No. 2642
Reward If returned to lfa 10th et. 3 B '
LOST Lady's gold watch Finder please no
tify UK Clifton st Jf V 1'hoiw o
LOST OR STOLEN Gentleman's gold watch,
either going or comlnc from ball game.
Initials "K .N It Keturn to 22J& Ee at
N. W and receUe reward 1
LOST Autolat who found lady's bag on
Mass and Del aes , toda, may return
same to 1206 ISth st. N VS. and reoens
LOST Sunday evening on Cbey chase car
or near lMh st and Columbia n ad, pair
tortoise shell spectacle' Kindly return Room
431, Senate Office Uulldlmr Reward.
LOST Aug. 14, near th and N ave..
or on car, lady's hunting cane k'1J watch,
tinted dial. Old EtiK.lsh 'Vt engrad .,n
back and lad's picture in bock if case
Highly valued from associate n Reward If
returned to Apt 20, the Ednor. 2118 P st,
LOST Lady's black parasol, Rt Hecht s lace
counter Regard If returned to Miss
CROSSOX. SOS D N. E.
LOST Lady's pocketbook las' evening, own-
c m iiAiur, Jiis Jk. 1' Hi OSCCij, On m-
ilde Reward If returned tu HJS Q st. N W
Thone N 60
LOST Young lorkhIre or skje terrier dng
Reward If returned to 24".2 ISth N. V
FOUND S hats, 4 pins. I camera. 2 pocket- j
books, 2 pair cuff buttons. 1 handkerchief. 4 I
coats, eleven umbrellas 3 packages, 3 pair
eeglosses. 2 photographs, 1 sign board, I
paper roll, 1 cap. 1 mirror, 1 boo. 1 shaving
mug, 1 suit case WASHINGTON TER
EMERALD CHILL CURE For the relief
aad possible cure of all kinds of malaria.
Price 50c box. Mall orders soil Ueu EM- I
ERALD DRUG CO . 4th and Masj. ave. N
WANTED B joung white girl position as
waitress tn boarding house, start at onoe.
BOX 8. Times office
NIGHT WATCHMAN Position vtantej b
reliable man, 12 per week, referenda
KHOTZINOEK 1335 W st N W
WILL GIVE 125 CASH to secure me steady
posltion paving 112 to JL; keek. BOX 63.',
WANTED By young man position as trav
eling salesman. For Information applv to
E. L. McNEIL, Churchville, Va.
WANTED By ung eulored man. position
In boarding house Address 313 N. Y ave
Male and Female.
Epeclal Ins'ructions given those desiring ts
take civil servlca examinations. Bookkeep
ing, shorthand, and typewriting. The high
average always maintained by those we train
for these examinations is your best assur
ance of success.
BTRAYEU'3 BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Old Masonic Temple, cor. Sth F sts. N. W.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITINO-Com-
plete course Pitman. Barnes, and Gregg, :
with touch typewriting and machine at
home, S35, Syllabic, 326, Private Instruction. I
STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE. 31 Colorado 1
Bldg . Phone M. 1112.
BUTLER AND COOK Man and wife, col
ored: naval officer; $50. references re
quired. EUREKA. 1011 N. Y. ave. N. VT.
IMPROVE THE TIME ty taking a courts
that will fit you for a good position. Sum
mer sessions; day and evening. Reasonabls
rates. WOOD'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL,
til East Capitol St.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WOMAN Colored , Immediately, for general
housework; wash and iron, in family of
four adults. Apply SOS ISth St. N. W. 1
SEAMSTRESS. Apply TOLMAN
DRY. th and C sts. N. W
1.. WOMAN Settled, white, as matron,
quire LEADER THEATER, Sth St.
BE A TRAINED NURSE Study at home;
earn 325 weekly: thousands wanted; free
Information. ROCHESTER NURSES' IN
STITUTE, 1042. Rochester. N. Y.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. TOLEDO
CAFE. 620 Pa. ave X. W.
GIRL Experienced, In candy store,
st. N. W.
GIRL Neat, colored; waitress; good wages
for right one. 7 H st. N W.
GIRL Colored, neat, to assist at housework,
immediately. Apply 607 H st. N. W. ..
GIRLS Shirt and cellar department. The
ELITE LAUNDRY. 2119 Hth N. W.
LADIES AND GIRLS Reliable home work;
stamping patterns. Jl 50 dozen; work guar
anteed; lady in attendance. Call Room 215.
Kenois Bldg., 11th and O. 1
.rmr.T liriTTTT TATT.nTS- 910 S
Only scientific school this side of New York,
where manicuring is thoroughly taught; course
35; Hair Pressing. Shampooing. Chiropody.
NURSE to take care of two children. J. L.
GRANT, bb . "
SERVING, PANTRY WOMAN; help for ho
tels; today. BURGESS HOTEL AGENCY,
STENOGRAPHER Permanent position; 38
per week: promotion as earned. Address
BOX 12, Times omce.
WOMAN for general housework; no cooking.
203 D st. N. W. ..
WOMAN for general housework,
once, 315 C St. N. W.
WOMAN for general housework; accustomed
to children; no cooking. 41! K st. N. W. ..
497 Pa. ave.
YOUNG LADY with knowledge of general
office work, who can do bookkeeping; must
be accurate with figures and rapid; state
salary expected; experience If any; also
references. Address BOX E, Times office.
1 BARBER Steady work, fll guarantee. 521
HELP WANTED MALE
BR PORTER wanted at 2CS 7th street
BARTENDER-Good; 15 week. m 9tS
BO,V"7?x?r5; g001 teady. HOME CAFE.
145 G IS. W.
BOY-Energetic. In real estate office Brine
references. Apply H. F. WELCH. 71S 14th
X. W.. between 9 and 10 a. m. and 12 and 1
BOYS Two, stout, white, as tinners' helpers.
Apply at once. 625 Mth st U. W. IRON
CLAD ROOFING CO.
CLEANER AND PRESSER.J4U F streeT
COLLAR PRESSER-At OUceJtt N. H."
ave. N. W. ".ryfr -
20 MEN to distribute circulars. Apply Wed
nesday, 7 a. m., 1008 I'a. are, N. V. !
WOOD LATHER Experienced, at once. Call
at 1000 C st. S. W after S p m f
BOY to make himself generally useful In
automobile buslnevi, good chance to learn.
rOIOMAC AUTO CO . 1110 C st N JV. 1 .
BOIS with wheels, at once, guarantee 3
to J12 a week. DIME MEbSEXGER BER
V1CE. 1228 H st. N. W.
MAN Colored, In milk dairy, good wages
to right man. 15th and Irving sts. N. E.
BARBER First-class; 112 week guaarnteed.
11 Wisconsin ave. N W i
APPRENTICE One working with tools;
must be reliable and Industrious. Apply
by letter, giving full particulars. WILLIAM
KOCH. Plumber. Ull H st. N W.
BLACKSMITH'S HELPER. J. T. SPRINQ
MA.N SONS. 901 7th H W.
BRICKLAYER! Three, at once. Alley be
tween 6th and 7 sts. N E. Bring tools.
BOY In a plumbinjf establishment, to at
tend store, take orders, and make him
self generally useful, no trlders need apply.
Apply by letters, giving references, etc.,
V.V 1LXJAM KOCH. Ull H st, N W
BOl White, 17. or 13 ears old. In shoe
store, cno with some experience as stock
bo Apply HIRSH SHOE STORE, 10.6-:S
7th st -
BOYS over 15 yean eld. with bicycles. Ap
ply WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
uidce. 1401 F it,
COLLAR PRESSER First-class, at once. 904
D st. N. W
BELL BOl S Six, white, at once, must have
hotel experience. FISHER S AGENCY. 419
ENGINEER IJcensed, or good fireman Ap
ply VV A SIMPSON. 530 7th st.SE...
White and colored, at once, to prepare for
positions at 10 per week. See The NATION
AL AUTO COLLEGE 1341 9th N W
PLATE PRINTERS on bank note work. The
CHAS H. ELLIOTT CO. 17th st. and Le
high ave , Phlla.. Pa.
work 105 L st N
PLL MBERS Flrst-claes
ISth and Kllboum
EALESMAN Fur. first-class, must have best
references In regard to character and abil
ity Address BOX 670. Times office.
STABLEMAN wanted at ISO C street norta
STEADY JOB for experienced BARBER, at
once. 7L5 Sth S E.
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING CORPO
RATION delres local man to sell stock,
permanent position, liberal pay. 612 C lo
IOLNG MAN to draw soda water JOHN
R MAYOR. 716 7th st N W.
NOTICE TO LADIES
" " TRLNKS TRAVEL all over ths
world, but they always come back to
DE NEPHEWS. 905 9th N W, for repairs.
Drop postal, wnl call and give estimate.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH natural.
son-surglcal. cloth bound, 40O-pag btok
free. Apply by mall. 911 Colorado Building.
Free lecture for women Wednesday, 3.30 p.m.
ETlLKliT STICKER'thit ever stuck. Glue
furniture, glass, china, books, everything.
Royal Glue.2u.4Gc 60c Pints Jl Druszlsts. etc.
PROF WT.NDHA1I, SIS 12th nw ; lesson SOe.
Private lessons any hour, guaranteed all
scholars. M.6?9. all summer, electric fans.
DA ISONS, Prof. & Mrs , Academy. 71 Sth
st. N. W. Luuns any hour, class & danoe
Tue & Frl evgs. Pb. M i&M. Electric fans.
MIStaES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
Dancing Studio, 2U Eye it. .N W.. social
dance ev. lion, night at studio Phone iil-M
HAVE YOUR RLGS woven where work U
guaranteed, carpets cleaned by expert
weavers that know the nature of them, old
Eclipse. Laurel, Arm. FaLtury. ZE0 :0th t
E " Phone Main 32M M.
UEAL.T1FLL RLGS woven from old carpets
by the WASHINGTON RLG WEAVINO
CO . 831 5th st. N W. Main 4623
IF Ol have never seen rugs woven from
old carp s we will be pleased to show
ou. ALBERT KAHLERT & CO . 352
Maryland ave. S W. Improved Steam Car
pet Cleaners Phone M. 2036
HIGHEST CASH prices pala for worn cloth
ing, either ladles' or gentlemen's; send
postal, will calL B. TAitcllES, 13W 7th it.
N. W Phone North 4M.
WANTED To buy old feather btfis. Wnea
selling, why not drop postal to MARKS A
CO.? Old reliable firm. 422 10th. jpposlts
gas office, or phone Col Sa-M.
HIliIILST PRICES paid on all worn gar-
ments, send postal. I will cal S. KEUiS-
SK'i I20 7th st- Ph. N 3?d0 M.
WANTED Laundry drver. at once, must be
cheap for cash. Apply 1004 Sth N. W.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for all worn gar
ments. Send postal, will call. C LIVING
STON. '..T4 7th st N. W Phone N. 7304.
R NTED To buy a bicycle, must be In
good condition, not over 315
WANTED Furniture, for cash. Sell your
goods to the man who gives you ths most
money. See HOPWOOD. sth and K.
The Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant.
Parlors, 1125 Hth it. N W.
Truthful In her prediction, reliable In her
advice, without asking a question she will
tell you the object of your call, giving names
of friends, relatives, and actual facts con
cerning jour life and circumstances which
you know to be absolutely true.
The Madame will refuse to accept any fee
unless she gives the utmost satisfaction.
HOURS. 11 TO S P. M. 1..
MRS. R. LUBB1,
Palmistry and systematic card readings;
rsferences as to ability; positively ladles only.
XI s. m to .30 p. m. Closed Sundays.
S3 NEW YORK AVE. N. T.
PROF FITZGERALD, gifted palmist; double
sight' future and past: courtship, mar
riage, and business. 617 ISth at. N. W. 1
MADAM CATHERINE. '
Palmist and card reader, gives reliable ad
vice on all affairs; hours lltai, closed Sun
da) a. 608 Sth St. N. W.
ORIGrNAL GYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 20c
Open Digits. 1723 8th st. N. W.
MEETINGS Sunday, Monday. Thursday, t
p. m ; a message to each; daily readings.
Mrs. MALTBY. tU U it. N.W. Phone N. 2942.
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
JUST RECEIVED young singing canaries,
parrots, goldfish, rabbits, guinea pigs, ana
fin lot of dogs, all kinds. SCHMID-a
BIRD STORE. 712 UU- st. N. W.
ICE BOXES REPAIRED
REFRIGERATORS, colling rooms, sad los
boxes of all makes repaired at lowest cost.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO..
til V st. N. W. Phone Main 341.
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL, contains ollum and wax
Keeps the floors clean and bright and glv.
them a polished finish. Good for your fur
niture. Try It. 50c gal., delivered. Used
by the U.S. Gov't and over 5,000 families for
the last 25 years. 113 Pa. ave. N.W. M. 543S.
IRON AND WIRE WORK
IRON AND WIRE WORK Ornamental Iron
work st the lowest prices. SCHAEFER
NU.i W H IV Ji. .W. Plwts UHo.
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