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THE WASHINGTON TIMESe FIIIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012.
"., T-yV -
H BUSY SESSION
BEFORE A HOLIDAY
Good Volume of Business
Done Before Adjourn
ing to Monday.
The Washington Btock Exchange wMH
follow the example of Mew York and
hate no eeitton tomorrow In celebration
of Columbus Day,
In anticipation of a day oft the busl
tiesi today aeemed to suffice for both
days. At leait It was considerably
greater than the volume of any of the
past few days. Bonds were In demand)
and 16,000 of them at solid prices were
transferred. The Issues were Columbia
Railroad i's, Washington Railway and
Electric. Potomao Consolidated, and
The stock sales covered a nuxnoer
of Issues. Two hundred and twenty
shares of Washington Railway and
Electric preferred were sold In six lots,
all at M.
den. George If. Harries, former vice
president of the Washington Railway
and Electric Company, was elected
president of the American Electric
Railway Association at Its convention
in inicago yeaieraay.
Frank A. Vanderllp, president of the
National city Rank of New York, for
mer Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury, is week-ending with his former
Treasury associate, Milton E. Alles,
vice president of the Rises National
Bank. Both are enjoying the pleasures
hi country lire at tno nome of Mr.
Aiiea in iouaoun county, va,
. Most convincing evidence of Droster
Ity so far In 1912 Is presented by the
reoord that no less than fltty.two rail.
road. Industrial, publlo utilities and
mining corporations have raised their
dividends since the beginning of this
year. The greatest number of these
Increases has been among the publlo
utility corporations which have enjoy
ed remarkable development within the
last tew years.
It Is the consensus among people of
promlntnce and authority in the finan
cial district that whatever disturbance
may result to International finance or
to concerns In this country on account
of the Balkan difficulty will not be
serious. It Is a matter of common ob
serration that periods of great bus!
ness activity and of so-called "booms'
In trade and finance are not slmultan.
eous on both sides of the Atlantic, and
it would not be at all aurrjrtalne-. thorn.
fore, if In the era of renewed prosperity
upon which this country has Just en
tered a corresponding degree of trade
activity should not be witnessed in
Europe, The best positive evidence has
been presented, and It Is supported by
considerations of common sense natura.
that the nations of Europe are not In
any way aisposed to go to war with
each other over anything that has hap
pened or may happen In the contest be
tween me xiaiican states and Turkey.
Bid and Asked on
U. B. Reg. fa..' 100!
U. B. Coupon rs 100T
U. B. Reg. Ss 102?
U. 8. Coupon Ss 102)
IT. 8. Reg. t's iuq
U. 8. Coupon 4's 113
Wash. Gas E's 110
Cap. Traction It R. Ps 110
Anacostla ft Potomac E's.... Wt
Ana. ft Pot 6o Guar
City and Suburban 6's 103V4
Columbia It It 6's lofflt
Columbia It R. 6's 100M
Metropolitan R. It E's 107
Wash. Ry. ft Elec. 4's 83
Wash. Alex, ft Mt V. 5'e 92
Potomao Elec. Cons. I's 101
Potomac Elec. Lt S's 107
O. ft P. Telephone 6's
Amer.Tet ft Tel. 4's
D. C Pinr Mfav &'
N. 'ft W. Steamboat G's.
Rlgga Realty E's (long).
Rlggs Realty E's (short).
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 123M
Wash. Ry. ft Elec com E9T4
Wash. Ry. ft Elec pfd 90
Wash) Va. Ry. com 48
Wash. Va, Ry., com 73
N. ft W. Steamboat 206
Washington Gas KK
Georgetown Gas liau.
Eastern Light ft Fuel 122 ...
Amer. Ten ft Telga 142
' TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthlaer Linotype KSH 226
Lenston Monotype S3 12
Greene Cananea .'... 9 .
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American National Bank 172 173
uapiia! nai. uanx Z3
Columbia Nat. Bank 2&0
Commercial Nat. Bank 206
District Nat. Bank 14S
Far. ft Mech. Nat Bank..... loo
Lincoln National Bank 1M
Metropolitan Nat Bank 202
Rlggs Nat Bank 6S0
Second National Bank 160
at Bank of Wash 261
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
American Bee ft Trust 299
Union Trust iss
Wash. Loan ft Trust 235
United States Trust 1r
BAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Cttlsens sav. Bank 20
Home 8avlngs. , 32E
Union Savings 248
Bank of com. ft Sav. ...v...;. 12
East Wash. Sav. Bank i IS
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 14
Corcoran Fire Insurance SO
Firemen's Fire Insurance 19
Ger. American Fire Ins 260
Nat Union Fire Ins 7
Potomao Fire Insurance SO
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance.... E
Real Estate Title Ins M
D. C. Paper Mfg Co
Grapho Pfd i
Merch. Trans, ft Storage,,
Placed on Retired List.
Lieut Col. Graham D, Fitch, recently
In charge of river and hanbor works In
the vicinity of Montgomery, Ala., was
1 placed on the retired list today, at his
own request, after thirty-four years' ser
vice. Colonel Fltth Is from Illinois. He
graduated from West Point, and enter
ed the Corps of Engineer.
Heavy Loser, and Others Drop
SELLING IN PARIS AND BERLIN, WITH
TWO HOLIDAYS IN VIEW. . .
NEW. YORK, Oct U.-Selllng by
Paris and Berlin coupled with an tin-
-wllllngneas to hold stocks over two
holidays, and take chances on an un
favorable war developmont before Mon
day were probably the chief factors
In the break which the market experi
enced today. Canadian Paclllo bore the
full btunt of the depression, opening
nearly five points undor yesterday's
close. The exchanges will be closed all
day tomorrow on' account of Columbua
Reading, Union Pacific, and Steel all
sold down, though toward the noon
hour slight recoveries were noted.
There was still noticeable nervousness
regarding the war situation, for people
have not forgotten the bad streak last
year following rumors of war with Mo
rocco. Buying In Union Pacific has
never been better, but this and others
could not but feel the load of' selling
from Europe. It Is the opinion of many
that the worst Is over In Berlin and
From Washington comes the Informa
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotations (urntahed by W. B. Bibbs Co., members of New York Stock Ex
Chans. Wsahlngton Btock Exchange, and Chicago Boars' of Trade. Hlbba Building.
High. Lew, p.m. Close.
At. T. ft S. re.. comlMH 1MH HOW I HOW
Atlantic Coast Line.. lit lit HJ Hltt
Bal. Ohio, com.... 108 107H 107HI 1044
Brook. Rap. Tran... POM 90H MH I 1H
Canadian Pacific 270 M 207 I27JH
Ches. tc Ohio BH 2T M I MS
Chi. ft Q. W.. com.,.17H 17H ITU I 17 H
CM. M. ft St P., eoniSH 11IH tim I I12H
Chi. M. ASt P. pfd.,,141 141 lit
Chi. ft N. W., oora.atlH 141U 14IH ll42Vt
Del. ft Hudson 170 170 170 1171
Den. ft R. G. com 22V 22Vi Z2V4 1 22W
D. ft It Grande, pf. tOVi 40 40 I 40H
Erie, com NH Vi MM I MM
Erie, 1st pfd 63H M M I MH
Erie. 2d pfd 44 44 44 I UK
G, North, pfd 140M139M I40MU41
Illinois Central 129V4 12H 12BH I
Inter.Met.com MM 21M 21KI 21M
Inter. Met. pfd..-.. MM 65M MMI M
Kan C. 8., com 2SH MH 2SH 28M
Uhlgh Valley I76H 17M4 I7o I177M
M.K. T.com 29H 2H MI W
Mo.. K. ft Tex. pfd. C4M MM MM I JSM
MS P ft S 8 M. comlU I43M 144 14JH
Missouri Paclc 45M 44M 44MI 4JM
N. Y. Cent Hud. R..Uf J' I"?
Norfolk ft Western.. Jl W HW. JUM
Northern Paclllo 127M IMVi 1MM 127H
Pennsylvania J24M 1MM IM j
P.. C..ChL Btl.....aw 100 10 I108W
Rock Island com.,
Rock Island pfd...
South. Pac com..,
South. Rait com.,
South. Rait pfd..
..V177 " wove I "
,.27H MM 27 I 27M
Uf MM M I MM
..111H 110 111 1 118
.. MM 2M 28M I M
.. MM MM 42 43
.. 2M4 zHt SM i W
Texas ft pacinc.
ToL. St L. ft W. com. 14M 14 14M I
Tol.Bt.U W. Pfd... S2M SIM S2MI31H
Union Pac com I73M HIM 172 1 174
Union Pac pfd 80H S9M 8MI t9M
Wahuhnn 4k 444 444,1 &
Wabash pfd HM 14M MM I 1H
Western Maryland... w aa , oo i ,m
Nr.tu Vnrlr Purh MnrlfAt.
I Furnished to the Washington Times
by Harrlman ft Co., Mew lorn; u. o.
Chlpman. manager local branch, Colo
Anglo Am. Oil.... ,.,
Bay State Gas ,,
British Col, Copper,
La Rose Con
Standard Oil N. J
Tonopah Mng. of Nov..
Wholesale Produce Market
Ets Nearby froth, 2629o per doi.; South
Cheese New York, new, lla per lb.; flat,
16c per lb.
nutttr Elrln. print Mc Per lb.; tub,
liVio per lb.) process, ao per lb.; under
grade!, 24c per lb.
Dressed Poiil try Turkeys, too Per lb.; hens,
ICtrWo per 1U; ducks, lto per lb.; chickens,
IMtlfc) per lb.
Green Goods Orances, California, 44.260
4.76 per box: apples, I20J.U per bbl.: potatleo,
best, 12.00 per bbt: celery, !6o per dox.; kale.
60o per bbl.; carrots. 2So ped dos. bunches;
onions, llttl.M per 1M lb. sack; sweet pota
toea, ll.ttOl.W per bbl.; yams, tl.OOOl.K per
bbl.; lemona, 4,40CI'7.60 per box; cucumbers,
75o per baiket; tomatoes, 7So per crate; ert
plentt, 40OC00 per dot.; lima beam. So qt.
DtDDers. J1.0OO1.M ner bbl.: cabbare. 112.50a
IB 00 per ton; corn, nearbr. lOOZOo per dos.
tlvo .Btock heep, seiMe per lb.; eprtnc
lamb, tn7o per lb.; calves, choice, 9O10a per
lb.; medium, la per lb.
S A VINOS depositors
are reminded that
all patrotls of our
Savings Department, In
addition to receiving 3
compound .interest, also
obtain the unexcelled pro
tection afforded by the
Union . Trust Company
which maintains Capital
and Surplus of $2,300,000.(10
and 1b managed by men
well known for their In
tegrity and sound business
Capital and Surplus
tion that dlplomatlo negotiations are
under way to assist Turkey In her ap
plication for a war loan of $50,000,000.
but' It Is generally regarded that the
United States has no more money for
war than, has Europe, and that Turkey
can get all she wants on a peace basis.
Barring any serious i International
complications lu, the East the remark
able crop, Industrial, and railroad sit
uation In the United States -Ts expect
ed to clear the situation.
Private cables predict an advance
from 4 to S per cent in' the Bank of
England rate next week.
James J, Hill Is reported to be con
templating the organisation of a large
financial Institution In St PauL lie has
taken .over the Second National Bank
of that city.
President Delano, of the Wabash,
says that the road Is handling the
largest business of Its history. Gross
earnings for September were 14 per cent
In excess of those for. September, lilt.
General Electric ts expected to close
Its year In December with about til,
600,000 -In net earnings, available for
... . lltej Yes.
. , Itlsh. Lew. p.m Clooe.
Amat Copper (OH MH 6844 MM
Am. Beet Sugar com. n 71H 71 I 72H
Am. Can. com MH 45 46 I 46
Am. Can. nfd lau isu mu i tu
Am. c ft Fdy, comet to an I slu
Am.Loco.com 46 43 43 I 43
Am.8meltftRef.com. 87 64 MM I (7
Am.SUg.ft Ref.con...426 126 116 1 124H
A. Bug. ft Ref. pfd.... 126 m 123 114
Am. Tet ft Tel .'.,143 143 143 1 144
Anaconda Copper 45 44 44 I 45
Cent Leather com.... 31 31 31 I 12
Colo. Fuel ft Iron 42 41N 41 I 42
Con. Gas, N. Y 147 146 146 1 147
Corn Prod. Ret.com. 16 15 16 I 16
Distillers Security.... 20 SOS 30 I si
General Electric iat 162 163 1 163
Qreat North. Ore 49 46 48 I 49
inter. Harvester 123 122 123 1123
National Lead, com.. 65 65 65 I W
Pac Mall Strop 34 33 33 MH
Peoples Gas of Cbi... 121 120 itOV, j 121
Ry-. St Spgs., com.... 33 36 88 j 38
Rail Steel Spgs. pfd.. 100 100 100 1 101
Rep.LftS.com S3 33 S3 I 33
Re L ft 8., pfd 91 91 91 I
Tenn. Copper 44 43 44 44
U.S. R'lty ft Im. com. 84 84 84 I 84
U.S.Rubber, com a 52 52 I 54
U.S. Rubber pfd 109t4 10S 109 1 112
U.S. Steel, com.
..78 77 Tfl 79
U.S. Steel, pfd.
.413 114 115 1 115
64 63 64 I 64
Va. Car. Chem., ,con 48 46 48 I 44
West-house Elec M84H 84 84 I (3
West Union Tel K 0 80 81
Atch. Convert 4's.,.. 9T 97 97 I 97
B.R.T. Con. 4's 92 91 92 I 91
C.B. ft Q. Joint 4'S..... 96 66 96 I 96
WTJ W94 (-4 0079
Int Metro. 4's
Pa. Con. 2'a 1915.....
Sou. Ry. E's
U. Pac Con. 4's
U. 8. Steel 2d 6's
. 61 91 81 I 81
.97 96 96 I 97
.106 106 106 1 106
.109 106 103 1 103
402 102 102 1103
Sales Today on
The Local Exchange
Col. It It i's. n.ooot?ioo.
Washlngton Railway and Electric Vs,
Potomao Cons. rs. 1,000102, $1,03
Eleetrlo S's, 31,00001(7.
CaDltal Traction. 10aU4.
Washington Railway and Electric,
com., 2WJ70, 2SO70.
Washington Oas, 267, 23tT.
Union Trust 109121.
Qrapho, common, 164243.
After call Washington Railway and
Electric preferred, 20O31, 2S479t
Washington Railway and Electric pf.,
234191, G0O91, 26331, 769191.
Mergenthaler, l&JflM. lt?2Za. 10O226,
Lanston. 10C92, 104392. 10692.
Qraphophone com., 16943.
Whether Yea Had $10,060
or ten dollars to deposit you
would naturally consider SAFETY
Our resources of nearly ten mil
lions and our conservative policies,
give every depositor STRONG!
er SAME RATE of Interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
National Savings and
Car. ISU ua IT. Y. Are.
American Telephone ft Telegraph Co.
A dividend of Two Dollars per share will
be paid on Tuesday, October II, 1U, to
stockholders of record at the dose of busl
neea on Monday, September 10, 1112. ,
WILLIAM It. DRIVER, Treasurer.
f New York Stock Bxehans. t
u.mh.4 Waehtaelon Stark Bvohanea.
LCblcago Board of Trade.
Sugbt and sold on same
roimble terms as ws offer
for trading In New York
stocks' and winds.
The Safest Investments
Are tboee that do not fluctuate durtag die.
turbed conditions of ths money or stock mar
eta. First deed of trust notes (first mort
gagee), well secured en real estate In tbe
Dletrtet ot Columbia, cooetltute "gllt-edse"
Investments. They do not depend upon tbe
financial responsibility of Individuals or eor
borallsns for their liability, end are exempt
from taxation as personal property. We oas
supply such Investments In amounts from
Itoe upward. Send for booklet "Concerning
l-oene and Investmsnta."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
Ml UTU STREET N. W.
pf every, description, all the
latest patterns In Marble, Tile
or Wood, fire plaoo trimmings,
Oas Loss, Orates, eta. Sanitary
and . DecorstlTa TUIna. Baoalr-
"I ifAJ out- .A a, no 4kla
1104 tth st M. VT.
rUONB W. 7U.
Cut out thli ad., mall ia ninm'fiifru.
CO., 1U Florida ave. N. W., .and recelrs free
100 package of
DOLLY 'MADISON CANDIE8-4oa the lb.
A kind for every, taste. 720 llth st N. W,
Phono M. MM.
IlE8TimiNCI the aroulatlon of the Blood
and Nerve-Vital riuida of tha nadr.
CUIUE8 YOUR PAINFUL. DEB1UTATINO.
and BUhsustlng Ailments '(It Matters Not
What It Is) after YOU have been Denied
jveuei jueswners. iaiuk and ass he.
DOOKLET and OONSUtTATlON TUBS.
Hours, IS a. m. to 8 p. m.f Bundars, 11 to L
rnor. u. n. d. parkek. iou tb st N.W.
THE PRESSING QUESTION I)
Will be solved when you
WAsiiiNaif6N iLOBma cxd.,
Work Guaranteed. Ir!cea Reaaonabte.
rreeeing. Dyeing. Cleaning.
TOT and Delivered. 1
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, OCT. 9, 1112,
I will not bo responsible for say debts
contracted by my wife, Mary J. Thompson.
Blsned, J. W. THOMPSON. o
mi nil hm 11-11 i-i-n iii-i-
BOW IB TUK TIMD.
REMEMUEn TUB HOME OF
OOOD ICE CREAM
AMD ItTEfl. AT.Tl-Trr.AVniTfl.
451 AA Pr Oth rfi halt Oat I
We giro you the best
We Deliver Promptly.
GEO. H. AMItEIN,
ffl rir-iiTi 1 n n fT-iTi?Tiir
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
U now permanently located at 1TM Fa. are.
N. W.. where be will be pleased to receive
his eld patrons and ostends a cordial lavtta
Uon to all to Inspect hla new fall fabrics.
CHARCOAL Phona Main aUS.
Now is the time to order your CUARCOAIi
lOV IBO VlflWT,
M. I. OENBUERO. W MarrlaaVl ave. . W.
THE INSIDE OF MORMONISM
THE INSIDE OF MORMONISM
THE INSIDE OF MORMONISM
Thrilling addreeees by HANS P. FItEECE
Born In the Mormon Church; his father
a Mormon; his mother a plural wife. He
knows Mormonlam frpra tbe Inside. Hie
message haa stirred two continents. To
night, October 11, I p. m.
McKENDREE M. E. CHURCH,
Mass. Ave, Near Oth St. N. W.
Silver offering at the door.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST On Oct 8. Oold Bracelet oet with
solid row of small stones; engraved on in
side, u. r. J. u u u. J.. Christmas, 107.
Outside Initials. U B. J.I suitable reward
II returned to KM llth St. X .
LOST Male colllet tan and white:
Noble: tag (US. Return ill Florence st
r. js., rewaro. 1.
LOST Tueedav nlent at Union ataltaa
on Do -Bales et.,i a lady's epen-faoed gold
watch, attached to pin; inonosram on back;
til reward If returned to The Orafton Uotet
LOST Diamond nendant. nlatlnum at tuna.
pearl chain; on O at.. Monday afterpoon.
Lrge rswara at uei t;enn. ava, i
POUND 11 umbrellas. 6 boots, 1 valise. I
coats, 1 board, 2 pins, I packages, 2 photo.
eTaoha. 1 watch. 1 hata. l rauntaln naiL f
comb, 1 bill, 2 pocketbooka, 1 rasor, 1 pair
mwi,. Dair ikitw. i oowl I anil
case, i enawia. WASUlKUTON TEJUUNAXt
u.fn .. iJI.
manlcura. fan nmun
and scalp treatment. 1304 a st. N. W., Id
Hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
MTSS P.ATfM MANICUR1NO AND
JY1AOO UiltiN BCAtP TREATMENT.
tim im mi, n. w.. Api. i. I'a." atain 3tai x-
BEAUTY CULTURE TAUGHT. Try our ar-
time manicuring, sdentlOo hair dressing.
facial maaaage and chiropody. 110 F st, nw.
ORA FIELD E ""r"""!
m ID N. w.
, second floor.
MILUNEIt arUetlc. alrlUh, homo or out
moderate; leathers made, dyed, cleaned,
curled. Pa, Mala 7MI. 1010 Eye st N. W.
MISS WELLS SS8KSF n8!
A v.. Id floor front. Houra. ttol p. m.
YOUNG MAN wants work In garage or other
work from 7 p. m. to II p. m. Addrees
SOO U at. N. W. ie
FIREMAN wents employment.
2nd ot. N. E.
YOUNG MAN as nurse, thoroughly experi
enced neurotheutlo and nervouo prostration
caee. J. BEAT. The Alabama. e
STENOGRAPHER Lady, thoroughly com
petent, deetree poeltlon November leu
M1B8 OOODE. IM l'a. ave. N. W. e
Male and Female
LANTERN SLIDE' and transparency tinting
(water colors and oils): photo negative re
touching; Initructlon also given, ELLA M.
PLATT. 1101 K St. N. W. !
Aro secured for
sll graduates ot
COLLEGE. 1117 New York ave. N. W. Day
and evening seeelons all the year. Call
write, or pnone stain eia tor catalogue.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
.vests. Aply IU 11 it N. w.
COAT AND BKIRT HANDS Thoroughly ex
perienced. Apply JULIUS GARF1NKLE
A CO.. llth andV sta,r
COOK-Oood white; stay at night
st. N. W.
CHAMBERMAID, nuroe, cooks, general
workers; this city; also cooks, go North;
good wages; "EUREKA," 1011 New York
FIRST CCXjJt. alio" waltrees. white: rood
wagee; permanent poeltlons. Gallaudet
College, 71h and Fta. ava., N. B.
OIRL White, for light housework and as-
let in eioro. at tvt st. a. w, r
OIHL Colored, for general homework.
Bryant it N. W. i
OIRL Oood worker for general housework;
at oner; 1117 llth st. N. W.
OIRL Nest colored, for general housework,
1220 A st. B. E.
OIRL Colored, for general housework; must
be good cook; 120 per month. Iltl llth
st N. W.
ODtL For general housework; no washing;
reference. 719 7th et N. E.
GIRL For dining room and boarding bouse.
Inquire 117 UTH BT. .N. W. . 1
HELP tor men'o vests. Special for button.
holes. 1015 ITH BT. N. W. lj
BKIRT IIAND3, experienced; en tailored
skirts. BODE, 1211 Conn. ay. N. W. .,
MANICtmiBT, wWtel wanted at ones with
irience. Apply ine rownatan Jiyi
Shop, llth and Pa. are.
BLEEVB HAND and helpers. 1206 llth st.
TYTEwntTBR and multlirapb operatori
). k .b e - .aiudailiu anil rmtm
rvoesM. r no 4ttotloa pxld. AAitm BOX
fsjj vnisj sjuiib, m ,
teed flnlebers. 1M4
WAIST"1IANDS also an apprentice girt
im- u mu n. w.
WAIST and skirt hand and helpers. 1444
Ith st. N, W. , L.
LADIES, experienced coat and skirt X
nuai in our alteration room.
Apply to MIt OLABSEtt. Care
I1-1MI I -H- Ill-Mi II f l-H-1-
WAITRERS-Eiperlenced white; H per week.
Apply MANHATTAN LUNCH, til tth sL
N. W. .
WHITE Qlltt or settled women for general
housework, sa L, iL N. w. i-
WOMAN Neat settled colored, for general
im llth st N.W.
WOMAN Competent, to cook, wash and
iron. Apply arter s p. m., im svui si. n
WOMAN-Tboroughly experienced alteraUon
on gowns ana wrapps. Appiy u. isrie
bacber. in r it. N, W, '
YOUNO OIRL Cookl for family of three;
otay nignte. iajl at nil r au w. w. ..
HELP WANTED MALE
AUTOMOBILE BALESltAN-Must be Al and
one who has made good, 'no otbers need
apply! good Induelments will be offered to
the ngnt panr. DOX ids, Timea otnee. i
AMDITIOUS YOUNO MEN to become travel
ing salesmen, and earn while tneriearn.
Write for particulars. DRADBTBEET SYS
TEM, Rochester, N. Y.
BAKERS, second band. Apply at BORN-
MANN'S. 1111 II II. K. E. ..
HARDER for Saturday, 44 'guaranteed.
II et. N. B.
BARBER White; JJ.M for Saturday.
11 st. N. E.
BARBER White, for Saturday; 64 gnaraa
teed; suady Job, tgl kit. W. W. 1'
BOY about 14 years of age to learn the hard
ware bualneea: must have beat of refer
ences. D. DERZAV1TZ, 4U-U Ith st N. W,
BOT about II years old to work about
factory. COL. PAPER' BOX CO., 44 Han
over et N. W.
BOY Oood etrong; to learn paperhaagtng
and painting, ss W et N. W.
BUBHELMAN for men's clothing. Apply
Employment Office, Woodward Lothrop.
BUSHELMEN Two flret-claee; steady work;
good pay. Apply UEO. T. KEEN. INC.,
1110 F et. N. W.
BUSHELMAN-Oood pay; steady Job.
at once. ITO H N. E.
CAKE BAKER-At onoa. U. BOECKSTTN'B,
447 Florida ave. N. W,
COAT MAKER-Flrst-claaa, at
SOFEIt 2111 Pa. ave. N. W.
CORNICE HANDS, galvanised Iron; two. 441
Pa. ave. 8. B. ..
COLORED BOT to drive wagon
around store with reference.
2M B au
COLORED MAN Very etrong. ts rub and
maaaage an athlete and do other bard and
laborloua work; wages from II to 111 per
week according to muscle and strength. Ap-
plyatjitore, 414 " st.N. W. ..ki.
DRAmNG eompleU, Including matbensailoa,
at night Also englnesrtng mechlnlcel,
manufacturing, etructural. Bpeclflcatlon writ
ing. Classes now In progreaa. Addrees Dept
E. COLUMBIA BCllOOL OP DKXFTLNCJ.
MeLaohlen Bldg. mll
DOUBLE TEAM DRtVERS-aRACK COAL,
TARD. 4th and F eta. N. E. ;.
ENOINEER. second, tu. room and board;
third engineer. MO, room and board: baker.
141, room and board; counter men. FISHEK'8
AOENCY. 41 lWh ot. .
ELEVATOR OPERATOR Thoroughly ex
perienced colored: also colored men for
general work around store. Apply JULIUS
UAKFirK.L4S at iju.. m uu au
FINISHER on coats; good sewer; FUTXRAL
SILVERMAN. Nl F st N. W 2nd floor.
FINISHERS For cabinet work. Ap
plorment Office, WOODWARD A
HOUSE BOT Apply after 1p.m. 1221 Uth
et. N. W. 1..
m-m ii H'H-M'i-nii7-i-n-r
LANSBURGH & BRO.
FOR ALTERATION. ROOM.
One with Department Store experience. J.
Apple to MR. aLABSER. Cars 4
LANSBURGH & BRO.
141 t 1 II 1 II I I 1 11 MI I'M-1-
LADIES' TAILOR Flret-claaa, tor plain aad
fancy work, high salary, long seieon. ltdl
ltth st. N. W.
MANAOER for Henderoon'e Comedians; alio
performers. Aoarees uux lis. Times or-
MATTRESS MAKERS, at once; steady wsrk
all year. CAPITAL, BEDD1NO CO.. 1231
Ith N. W. 1..
ONE MAN, AT ONOE,
To learn the auto business. Excellent op.
Dortunlir for the right man.
THE NATIONAL, AUTO COLLEGE.
tth and O sta. N. W.
Open till p. m.
FlFERHANOER-JOHN T. 8HEID, 4a 7th
St. N. W. Phone M. 44T7. " !
at once, at 1244
Fla. ave. N. E.
PRE88ERS at once who thoroughly under
stand scouring and preeelng on ladlee' and
gent'e clothee; steady job; wages 111 week.
711 II et. N. E. e
A MERTZ. KM F SC
RANGE SETTER Experienced and stovs re
pairer. Apply 1220 II et. N. W. ..
SODA DISI'ENSER-Apply AFFLECK'S, Uth
ana jr ete. n. w. l
IK F St. N. W.
STABLE BOSS Only man well acquainted
with horses need apply; referencee required.
BOX 110. Tlrooa office.
TAILORS Expetienosd: wanted st
WM. BERENTBR. 427 tth at S. W.
TAILORS Thoroughly oxperleacod, aa wool-
en'o coats. Apply
1UUUS QAAFINKLB A CXX, llth aad F sta.
tinners-two. union, st
BROOKS, 111 D ST. N. W.
Apply I Ith ot N. E.
WHEEL BOy Colored. CALIFORNIA
FRUIT CO., 12M Q St. N. W. e
WANTED Reliable men to oell Chevy Chase
Real Estate, Easy payments. Automobile
fumlehed la show the property, Thoreagh
schooling free. It Inexperienced. Rapid pro
motion to producers. Learn the buslneee of
wonderful poaelbllltles. WM. II. RITCHIE,
Mgr., Colorado Bldg.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; only
few weeks required; wsgoe after Bret
month: steady poeltlon guaranteed; write for
catalogue. MOLE ITS BARBER COLLEGE,
207 Bowery. New York city. e
WHITE BOT8, over II years old, to run
errand! around store. Apply JULIUS
OARFINKU8 CO.. ltth and V its.
WHITE LABORERS aad COLORED LA
BORERS to work for tbe Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company. Apply BALTIMORE
A OHIO FREE LABOR BUREAU, II Defreea
court (between H and Eye sts. N. B.I 1
YOUNG MAN-Colored, ilogli. Apply be
tween t and I o'clock. 711, 4th St. N. W.
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
CANARIES, PARROTS. DOGS, RABBITS,
GUINEA PI08. OOU3F181I. SCUMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 llth at N. W. ,
STUDIO OF MUSIC, 100 Ere st N. W. In
dividual Instruction In vocal and Instrumen
tal musle by expert teacher, yhone M. IU1.
FOR RENT ROOMS
D ST. N. W., Ill-Nlcely fur. front rooms,
heusekeeplng or sleeping; splendid condi
tion I southern expoeure; cars paaa doori
beautiful location; reasonable. 1
Q ST. N. w., t&-Krcnt and back parlor
and other rooms, with or without house
!1BT. N. W., lOS-eecond door rooms with
hath, with n wlfhAiit himubi.rinr
4TH 8T, N. W 1104-Nlcely furnUhed
rooms', newly papered; all conveniences;
gentleman preferred; price reasonable.
N BT N. W., IKO-Newlr furnlebed rooms,
iront ana bees, or wnnoui board.
ITII BT. N. W., 71S-Larg0 comfortable
room; second noor.
H BT. N. W., M7 Two nice clean room,
wnwri open ov porcn; gooa Dosra. .
UTH BT N, W., ldOO-Two or throe adjoin
ing rooms, well heated, good bath; rea
ITH HT. N. W TJt-Comtortahlo rooms, V
to 112 per month; by week if desired;
gentlemen only -
NORTH CAPITOL, ST., 230-rine fumlehed
wins kjiu iwn tur m nouevseepina.
6TH ST. N. E., 122 Three handeomely com-
pietvir lurnianca looine, I. n. a.; nox
water neat; owner. !
ID ST. N. W.,04 One large front room
with kitchenette: complelelr fumlehed for
B N. E.. C-BAutlful flat for housekeeping;
hot-water beat: quiet home; Capitol Hill,
near Library; adults; private gangs. ,.
V BT. N. E., 207 fiecsnd floor, private, nice
ly fumlehed for couple; a. m. I.; near sta
tion and Gtpllol; rent resaonabla.
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W ISU-For boase
keeplng. I completely furnished front rooms;
gas range j t; adults.
a' ST. N. W., MS Newlr fumlehed Urge
and small rooms: single or en eultel trans
lenu accommodated. n O . N. W.
ID ST. N. W 214 Nicely fumUhed front'
room u.. ii. w: gents or oeuseaeesmg.
O ST. N;W., lMt-Seoond floor, nicely fur-
iiiaiivu iwn aor aeoucDivn, eouuiarn eapoe
NORTH CAROLINA AVE. 8. E., KS-Bteam
beated room, plenty not water, all conven-
tences. Call between I and 7 p. m., Apart L
PA. AVE., UU Three connecting, steam,
porch; elnk; sas range. Main Tltt. !
2ND ST. N. W U-Nicely furnished roome;
gentlemen: I. b. k., Il.ea, II. !
PA. AVE. N. W., UM-oppostts Ralilgh He-
lei; low relee to permanent; fine location
tor Oovemment employee; strictly modern.
II ST. N. E-. Ill Two rooms furnUhed for
housekeeping; 2d floor front: other rooms;
sll conveniences: price reasonable.
ITH ST. N. W laNtcely fumlehed room
on 1st floor; Hi 2d noor room, 10.75 week; all
convenlcncea; refertneea. .
OEOROIA AVE. N. W JC Three large
rooms; bath; separate entrance; 10 per
month tp deelrable tenant I
rooms for I
h. Ic; reeaonabl
ITH ST. N. E., M4 Flat of 4 rooms and
bath; Urge aaabed In rear; porch; hot-water
10TH BT. N.
W., UU-Three unfumlihed
able for couple, 17; L h. k.; single. 44, Ii.
PA. AVE. N. W., ittTar rent large unfur-
nlehed room, t n. k.. cheap. 1
ITH ST. N. W., ITU-Two communicating
rooms In private family.
K BT. N. E., 27 Two unfurnished rooms In
new bouse. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
Fnrnislied and UnfurmUhed
EYE ST. N. W., 2021-Drl.rtjt ul attraetlv
first uid ieoond floor room XuroUhod or
ROOMS AND BOARD
xNp ST. N. E., 725 Two communicating
rooms; gentleman preferred; very ales table.
1RD ST. N. W., 24-Room and board. It
22ND BT. N. W K-Front rooms with good
board: table board H-M per week.
UTH ST. N. W., Ilt-Nlcely furnished,
double rooms; lultabli for 4 students; with
WANTED-R00MS & BOARD
BLEEPINO PORCH, aoutberp exposure, con
valescent consumptlvs. northern city eub
urb, all conveniences. BOX N, Times ofDce."
WANTED By lady, well heated room fur
nlebed or unfurnished, near Rhods Island
ave. and 14tb St.; low rent. BOX HI, Times
C. T. HUNTER'S BANITART DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keepe the floors dssn and bright and gives
them a pollabed flnleh. Oood for your fur
niture. Try It oa gal., delivered. Ueed by
the U. 8. OoVt and over 2.009. families for the
last S years. 112 Pa. ava. N. W. M. MIL
LEARN PIANO TUNINO.
W. W. SAUNDERS, Teacher, 1414 Rock
creek en. na. rnone col. zux.
PIANO' TUNING, ILM1 POLISHING. tl.Ml
Allplayar-planoand organ work guaranteed.
Main IU, or drop portal to HERMAN'S
Flayer-piano shop, tue Pa. ava. n. w.
BEAUTIFUL rugs woven from old carpets;
workmanahtp the beet; eatieractlon guar
anteed. WASHINGTON RUG WEAVING
CO.. Ml Ith It N. W. Main 442.
ALBERT KAHLERT A CO.,
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
Ul Maryland ave. 5. V. Va. M. iaea.
RAIN & AUT0-C0AT MAKERS
I. GLASER & CO.
nun and auto coau for laaiee ana genuemen;
altera and repalro all klnda of rubber gar
ments and articles. Ph. Mala 2X1, KJ Kys
et. N. W.
ALBERT KAHLERT CO.,
Improved Steam Carpet Cleaners.
Ill Maryland avs. .8. W. Phone Main 2031.
WM. H. MANOGUE. J. E. PADGETT,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE D18
TR1CT OF COLUMBIA. Charles II. Becker
: Ths Unknown Heirs, Devisees and Alien
ees of Susanna Fowler et al. Equity No.
list The object of this suit Is to have the
Court declare by Its decree the plaintiff'!
title perfect by sdverse poieesalon, to certain
real eetate situate In the City of Washington,
Dlitrlct ot Columbia, known aa and being
the south thirty sn4 13-100 feet front on
Back street by the full depth and that width
of Lot tit and the north thlrty.nlno and 14-1M
feet front on Back street by the full depth
end tbst width of Lot SS0, In Payne and
Payne, trustees, subdivision ot Loti 249 and
III In Beatty and Hawklne' Addition to
Georgetown, now Square 1300 In the oald
City of Washington, as per plat recorded In
Book A. It 8., page 239, In the Surveyor!
Office of th said District On motion of
plaintiff It Is, by tbe Court thle Ith day ot
October, 1112, ordered that the defendant!,
the unknown helre, devlseee, and alienees ot
Suisnna Fowler, of Elliha Fowler, of Thomas
Fowler and of John Bridges cauie their ap
pearance to be entered herein on or before
the first nils day occurring after the ex
piration or one month from date hereof;
otherwise this cauee will be proceeded with
agalmt said unknown defendanta as In case
of default. Provided a copy of thle order
be publlehed onre a week for four succes
sive weeks prior to ssld ruls dsy. In Ths
Washington Ttmee and In the Washington
Law Reporter, other publication being dis
pensed with for good cauie shown. (Seal)
JOB BARNARD, Juitlce. A true copy. Teeti
J. R. YOUNO. Clerk. By F E. CUNNING
HAM, Asst perk. -
Lawrence's Piano Bargains.
U8RD UrilIOIlT, ttS,
AOtTAIlir.a ee nnmvd It
Id ORANT I'LACE.,NEAtt Tlt MAIN4III.
AVIH JEWma MACHINES. IU to to.
Cash, 120 to 14a, 1 weekly payments. IM to
w. wun iiovrai ajiowance ror old machine
sad terms to suit Sllshtly used machines,
ah makes, 61 to 110. rreo estlmau en re
pairs for all makes of machines.
9U STH BT. N. W. PHONE K. let.
UPRIGHT PIANO BARGAINS of the better
. kind selling very low prices' beautiful ma.
botany upright .slightly used, lit. Hand
some upright In dark mahogany, 1M; used
lees thsn one year. Fine upright, 2M. Ele
gant square plans, 146.
ORIMES PIANO STORES,
. 1B2 F ot N. W. .
POOL TABLES, 4Ux ft, 2. 171 each: all
for 1200; good condition. BOX 111, Times
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR, 709 G St N. W.
doing sood buelneaet o
family lienor store
on the best business
et, N. W. ; good reasons for - selling; price
right on quick sale. Address BOX 1(0. times
WHEN SELLING your household goods cou.
salt THE BQUABB DEAL, FURNITURE
CO.. Ml Eye st N. W. I-
BAROAIN8 IN PLATER-PIANOS
IM0 Autoplane lue
km e-ianoia ....
1171 Betnlng ...
UU Oelltan. '
-A..BH?lbr or bargains In' high-grade Up
O. J. DeMOLX, A CO..
ltth and O eta.
SQUARE PIANO, bargain, cash, fill cover,
stool Included. 171 Adorns it, N. W. ! .
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
ItS Droti T.,r R1n .
1111 Drop Head Singer....
140 Wheeler and Wilson..
11 down ahd 10c
new newing Machines,
weea. cleaning, soc
g. R. GIVEN. 421 Pa. ave. 8. E. Pnone.
FURNITURE of every deocrlpUon. Buy
through us aad savs one-third your money.
Call and tet ue explain our great eavlng way.
J FACTORY TO HOME ORDER Co!,
1211 O STREET N. W.
GOOD BUTTERMILK Sc GLASS
Nat eour milk kind. MS Center Market,
BE SURE OF THE RIOIIT PLACE IOC
JOHN It HOPKINa STAND LUO
BEST DUBTLESS Floor Oil. ge Mr nl
Tale and other keya duplicated. 20o each,
ENTERPRISE HARDWARE CO..
Phone Main MSI. KT Hi It K. W.
DAVIS BEW1NO MACHINES.
US to m; it down, iuperior for embroldsry
and plain aewlng. Repair eitlmatas free. Ill
Ith it. N. W. Pnone N. MM.
W'l'MUl'H'MllI 11 II1IM4
BEST BUTTER, !
32c Lb. ;
:; BEST 25c COFFEE,
ROASTE" WHILE YOU WAIT.
818 LA. AVE. N. W.
Phone At. 228.
T-l till nil 1 ri-MH-1-l-l-H-l-H-
M. MARLOWE, '
The Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant,
BTUDIO, 11 14TH 8T. N. W.
Truthful In her prediction, reliable In her
advice: without asking a question shs will
tell you the object of your call, giving aamca
of frlende, relatlveo. and actual facta con
cerning your life and drcumrtancea which
you know to bo absolutely true.
Tbe Madame will refues to accept any fee
unless shs glvee the utmost sat let action.
HOURS, II TO I Ml !
AN1JINA ANDEINI cJSnIvv
Natural clairvoyant and sols agent for the
femoue Egyptian Seale for runovlng spells
and accomplishing deelgns; crystal Instruction
by appointment. Phone tin. B4. . a
PROF. PRINCE, 1611 llthst nw.
My 20 years experience In fuUfllllng good
and evil Is at your command. If ou aro
burdened with troubtee or have unaucceeafui
MRS. HENKLE Exsert business medium:
best In the city; meats! and spiritual heal
lag a specialty; l to a, use. IMS. u Its S.B.
CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER.
FOR LADIES ONLY, 411 11T1I ST, N. W.
MME. WANDA, Talmlit and Card Reader.
Over Cigar Store. Open Sunday, lleuji
14:20 a. m. to 10: p. m. 1OT 7th st N. W,
n a omDn KM X St. N. w.
and tl.4. uaui"u Over Frjill Store
Paychlo Palmist. Qlves help in ail Lvs ana
Business Affairs. Satlilacllon guaranteed.
MADAU catukkinb. waaaiugion s savor- i l
Its Palmist and Card Reader. Located kera I
H years. Id Ith it. N. w. e
MRS. R. LUSBT.
LANaUAOB OF THE HAND AND CARDS
SYSTEMATICALLY READ. PARLORS FOR
UDIaa olt. as Kiw xunit.AVB. n.
W. CLOSED SUNDAY. 1140 U IM MI.
jime. zenita j?UnV,rbS"r..;
from 1221 tth st to 727 tth st N. W.
ORIGINAL, GYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 20c.
Open Nights. 1721 Ith et. N. VT.
MRS. HUNTER Reading dally 11 la I r.
m., meetings Tues. and Frt. I p. m.
Psychological diagnosis of all dlseaaes. Room
VS. Kenols Bldg.. llth end O. ie
MEETINGS Mon., Wed., Frt, 1p.m., shars.
a meeeage to each! dally readlnga, MRS.
MALTBY. K7 MU Vernon pt N. W. M. not
each Wad. and FrL
night Can be eeen privately every day,
720 ITH. ST. N. W.
SEANCE MEETINGS Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, 4 p. m. Readlnga dally. Ana
costla car. Mrs. K. ROTH. 700 Ith B. B.
MADAL1NE CURTIN, HEALER, 409 eth et.
N. E. Privets readings dally. Developing
clajati. Phone Lincoln 2117 M.
VACUUM CLBANER8 RENTED. 11. M DAT:
MACHINES DEUVI3RED AND CALLED
FOR. IM McOILL BLDG. PHONE M. Wt.
TTl"lW ABOUT DIRTY WINDOWS!
" " White Help. Moderate Prlcee.
LEON L. CAIIOON, Acme Window CUanlng
Co.. 121 G st N. W. Phone M. 714. -