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THE WA&JULiMiluN TIMES. MONDAY, MAiT 26, 1913.
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HAS POOR RESULTS
Ninety Per Cent Unimproved,
Many Show More Disease
Than When Inoculated.
NEW TORK. May 25-NlncV ner cent
of the tuberculosis patients New
Tork hospitals who have submitted to
Dr. Frledrlch Frledmann's turtle germ
cure during the last three months are
worse, and In .only one case Is there any
such Improvement as would support the
German -specialist's claims, according to
physicians who have been watching the
These results are not" the offhand
opinions of casual observers, it was
stated, but are .borne out by the offi
cial records showing the results of
clinical examinations by numerous ex
perts in tuberculosis.
In Bellevue Hospital, out of thirty
three patients treated at various times,
only three axe said to have shown out
ward signs of Improvement together
with clinical signs of betterment such
as to indicate an arresting of the dis
ease. The other thirty cases all show,
"whatever outward signs of improve
ment may appear, that there has been
a steady advance In the disease.
A number of the cases are in bad
condition, so much so that some of the
Bellevue physicians go as far as to lay
that the' turtle vaccine has been a
Raker Says Caminetti
Is "Safe" in Senate
"l do not believe there Is anything In
this talk that the nomination of Mr.
Caralnettl will, be opposed In the Sen
ate'," Hid Congressman John E-r Raker
of California, an ardent supporter of
Caminetti for the position of General
J of Immigration.
, According to gossip, representatives of
Chinese and Japanese interests are
against Caminetti because 'he is an'
Asiatic exeluslonlst. It Is said attorneys
- will 'Me letters of protest with the
"President and various Senators, but no
" proof of this statement is forthcoming.
"Caminetti Is a member of the Cali
fornia State senate," said Mr. Raker to
day. ''He voted to amend the Webb
bill In accordance with the wishes of
. the President and Secretary Bryan, but
when the amendment failed he voted
i for the bill as It stood. J do not be
atttva either California Senator will op
pose his confirmation."
; Senator Norn's Says
He Has Love for Dogs
Senator. Norris, suddenly famous be
' cause of his utterance on the -subject
ef "poodles," declares that ha loves
Further he explains that his denun
ciation -of women, who carry lapdogs,
was a criticism of the apparent disposi
tion of some folks to substitute canine
tor human fellowship.
, -"Love a dog as a dog." says the Sen
ator, "and treat him as such Hog fel
lowship is a splendid corollary for hu
man fellowship, but It is no substi
tute." Girl Gets New Chin.
BALTIMORE, May S6. Surgeons at
Johns Hopkins Hospital have given a
little girl a new chin, "built" from akin
from her own abdomen. The original
was practically burned off at a gas
Army and Navy
The following transfers of veterinarians
are made to take effect this date:
Veterinarian ROBERT C. MU8SER,
from the Fourteenth Cavalry to the
Veterinarian DANIEL TJ. LEININGER,
from the Tweirth Cavalry to the
Charjlaln EDWARD J. VATTMANN.
United States Army, retired, at his
own request Is relieved from duty In
the Bureau of Insular Affairs. War
Department. June 30, 1913, and will
proceed to nis nome.
2ommander J. B. PATTON
navy yard, . Norfolk. Va.,
Commander PHILIP WILIAMS.
tached command Tallahassee,
Naval War College.
Lieutenant Commander C. C. BLOCH.
detached Delaware, to Bureau of
Ordnance. Navy DepartmenL
TJeutenant Commander W. T. TAR
RANT, detached Michigan, to home,
Lieutenant A. B. REED, detached Den
ver, to Iris as executive officer and
Lieutenant J. S. DOWELL, jjr.. de
tached Berlin. Germany, to duty
connection fitting out Cassin and on
board when commissioned.
Lieutenant A. L. BRISTOL, Jr., de
tached Berlin, German, to duty con
nection fitting out Cummlngs and
on board when commissioned.
Lieutenant J. W. HATWARD, to com
mand Reserve Torpedo Group,
Charleston, g. C, and Olympia.
lieutenant C. A. BLAKELY, detached
Reserve Torpedo Group. Charles
ton, S. C. to Michigan as senior en
lieutenant (Junior grade) J. S. BAR
LEON, detached Louisiana, to home,
lieutenant (Junior grade) H. V. McKIT
TRICK. detached Louisiana, to
home, wait orders.
Surgeon R. E. HOYT, to Atlantic Re
Passed Assistant Surgeon D. C. GATH
ER, to Naval Hospital, Philadel
Colonel F. L. DENNY, quartermaster,
detached headquarters and ordered
to his home.
Tlrst Lieutenant ARTHUR STOKES,
detached Marine Recruiting Office,
Pittsburgh, to Marine Recruiting
First Lieutenant L. W. HOYT, detach
ed South Dakota, to Marine Bar
racks, Puget Sound.
Second Lieutenant Richmond BRYANT,
detached Marine Barracks, puget
Sound, to South Dakota.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Wyoming, Florida, Delaware,
North Dakota, New Hampshire. Vir
ginia, Georgia. New Jersey, Rhode
Island, Kansas at Newport. Rocket
at Norfolk yard. Petrel at New Or
leans. Samar at Kouklang, Des
Molnea at Portsmouth, N. H.. Ten
nessee at Hampton Roads. Aretbusa,
Sailed Culgoa from Guantanamo for
New "York yard; Paducah from
Guantanamo 'for survey grounds;
Arkansas from New York yard for
Newport and -Rockland, Lebanon
from Newport for Block Island
Souad and New Tork. ,
WASHINGTON AND NEW
WEAK ON 'CHANCE
Stock Is for Sale and Price Re
cedes Mergenthaler Type
Machine Stock Advances.
Washington Gas was weak again to
day on the local stock exchange, and
sold down to 81. This price was paid
after call for fifty shares, though on
call thirty shares sold at S1&.
Mergenthaler was strong and in de
mand, advancing from 217?4. the price of
the first twenty shares sold, to 218H.
at which the last quotation lot was re
There was little other trading, five
shares of Railway preferred at P0V4 and
twenty-five at 90. In the bond list J1.003
of Washington Railway 4's sold at S3U:
$400 of Washington Gas 5's at 106, and
11,000 of Telephone 5's at 103.
Upon motion of A- K. Parrls the isx
change today adopted a resolution of
sympathy with W. B. Hlbbs. whose
father, John Wesley Hlbbs, died yes
terday at Ann Arbor, Mich.
The exchange adopted a motion made
by Charles J. Bell that when the ex
change adjourn on Thursday it be until
the following Monday.
The Southern Railway's operating
revenue Jncreaaea JS7.5CS In April. The
net operating revenue decreased $131,493.
and the operating Income decreased
MAY ACT ON PUBLIC
Report on Progress of Scheme
Will Be Presented to the
Committee This Week.
Definite action regarding the public
golf course In Potomac Park is expected
this week, when, lt Is thought, the
Chamber of Commerce committee will
-pass on a. plan for a nine-hole course.
For several weeks a professional has
been working on the scheme under the
direction of R. p: Andrews, chairman of
the committee, who expects to have the
matter ready to present to the commit
tee Wednesday or Thursday.
Of the 326 acres available to the south
and west of the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing, fifty acres have been set
aside by Col. Spencer Co3by, Superin
tendent of Public Buildings and
Grounds, for the District for sports,
including baseball, tennis, and tfolf. By
properly laying out the course, Mr. An
drews believes that nine very satisfac
tory greens may be constructed.
"We are not going- to have a very
sporty' course," said Mr. Andrews, "as
the less difficult the hazards are the
faster the players can move and the
more can be accommodated. But we will
have enough bunkers and sand pits to
give the average golfer all the trouble
he desires, and I don't anticipate that
anybody will call the course too easy.
"I have planned to have at least one
water hazard and think that a small
artificial lake may be constructed on
one of the greens at a small cosl Tnere
Is something about a water hole that
strikes a chill to the heart of most golf
ers, ena it aaaa a great aeai or spice
to the game. As the ground has only
recently been reclaimed from the river
it is very flat, so noceiuutrilv w will
hare no natural htrarda."
President at Service
In Central Presbyterian
President Wilson, with Mrs. Wilson,
Miss Eleanor Wilson, and Miss Helen
Woodrow Bones attended divine wor
ship at the Central Presbyterian Church
yesterday. The Presidential calendar
Included no other engagements for the
The President has now settled down
to steady church attendance at the Cen
tral and will continue to go there so
long as his presence there does not bring
Three Stowaways Will
Be Sent Back Home
XEW YORK, Mav 26 Three stow
aways arrived In port today, two on
the BL Paul and one on the La Lor
raine. They were taken to EHls Island
and will be returned the flrst two to
England and the third to Franco on the
next available steamer. All three are
young men. They hid In the hold until
hunger forced them on deck. They
were put to work passing coal and
His Crest on Eggs.
NEW YORK, May 26. Prince Plgna-
telli, who has a chicken farm on Long
Island, says he will stamp eggs with
his crest and sell them.
1S17 T street north est David N Hust. lr .
et ux. to Isaac It. Dodfon, lot IS. rouare
Third street northeast, between I) and E
streets II. Claude Cryer to Grafton ll. !
Bailey, lot K. square 758. 110.
1226 Fifteenth street northwest Reuben II
Clark et ux to Lee S Ha cert y. part lot
2. square IK. $10.
Ecklngton Emmett I.. Pettlt t ux. to Jacob
S. Gruter. lots 17. 1. VJ. block 4. $10.
Granby Elmer Dodeon to Bessie Corderv
Dodson. lots 30 to 31. tquarc 4301. lots IS
to 22, square 4227. and lots 2 and 29. square
Bennlng Heights Edgar Stlnson et ux to
Milton C. Powell, lot 70. block 5083; lots U.
71. 71. in. block 50M; lots K. 6). block UK.
lots 8 to IS. K. (7. M. block 5W7: lip
411 Eleventh street southwest Hattle L. Bris
coe et al. to Henrietta Kchlemann, parts
lots ( and 7. square 2il. $10.
Whlteha en Marshall a Dyer et ux. to
Enoch Barnes, lot 64. square 1115. $10.
Brightwood Park Dlller F Oroff et ux. tu
Louis; K. Willis, lot is. square 3001. (10.
I street southeast, between Tenth and Elev
enth streets George V. Barkman et ux.
to Joseph J. Senge. pirt original lot 8.
guars 97S. $10.
West Holmead Manor Harry Wardman tt
al. to Edward O. and Katherint A. Zlegler.
let a, block X (10,
GOLF COURSE N
U. S. Reg. 2's W 100H
U. S. Pounnn 5'a S9T4
U. S. Reg. 3's 102i lW
U. S. Coupon 3's 102 103H
U. S. Reg. s U3S 1H
u. s. Coupon 4 s my
Georgetown Gas 5's 107
Wash. Gas 5"s 107H 1&3
Capital Traction R. R. 5's.... 1C34 l!i
Anacostia & Potomac 5's 9S
City & Suburban 5's 101
Columbia R. R. 5's 100
Columbia R. R. 6's 101
MetroDoIitan R. R. 6's 103 105
Wnsh. Ry. & Klec. 4's S3 S3H
AVash., Alex. & ML V. 5's 3
Potomac Elcc Cons. 5'a 101li 101H
Potomac Elcc. Lt. 5's 104H ...
C. & P. Telephone 5's 103 103
Amer. Tel. & Telga. 4's 100
Wash. Market 5's, 1927 8S 104
Wash. Market 5's. 1917 98 104
W. M. Cold Storage 5's P3 104
N. & W. Steamboat 5's 1M 105
Rlggs Realty 5's (long) 102H 103
RIees Realty 5's (short) 101
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCK".
'Wash. Ry. & Elec. com....
Wash. Ry. & Elec. pf.
Wash. Va. Ry. com
Wash, Va. Ry. pfd
N. & W. Steamboat
Eastern Light & Fuel
Amer. Tel. & Tel
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 218
Lanston Monotype 83
Greene Cananea 6
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American NaL Bank....
Capital Nat. Hank
Columbia Nat. Bank
Commercial NaL Bank...
District NaL Bank
Lincoln NaL Btnk
Metropolitan NaL Bank..
Riggs NaL Bank
Second National Bank....
Nat. Bank of Wash
federal .......................... ...
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Security & Trust 298
national Sav. & Trust
Wash. Loan & Trust
United States Trust
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens' Savings Bank 18
Home Savings Bank 325
Union Savings Bank 246
Bank of Com. & Sav 13
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 13
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance 19M
Franklin Fire Insurance
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 270
NaL Union Fire Ins EH ,
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6
Real Estate Title Ins 30
Chapln Sacks 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho. com. . ... ... 59
Grapho pfd.... ... SO
Merch. Trans. & Storage.... 106
Security Storage 210
Washington Market 17U ...
Sales Today on the
Washington Gas S's. to000g.
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone 5's.
Washington Railway and Electric pre
ferred. 5-890. 2SQ90.
Washington Gas. 23QS114. 5fiS4.
Mergenthaler. l2lStf. 108217,, lOtf
2174. 2217V4. 1O021S. 10218.
After call Washington Railway and
Electric 4's. Jl,O0OSS3l.
Washington Gas, 25S4K. 2S81X-
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to The Washington Tints j
A. G. Plant ft Co.. Itli G street rtonhwatt.
Wheat Open. High. Low. 1 p.m.
September 90 90ii
July 91U 9m
September 5SH SSH
July 5TH SS
WholestU Product iUrfJ?
Eggs Nearby, fresh, 20c per dozen; South
ern. 19c per dor.
Cheese New York. new. l4c per lb.; flat,
l&fec per lb.
Butter Elgin prints. S2'4c per lb.; tub. 31Hc
per lb.; process. 2Sc per lb.
Live Poultry liens. 17c per lb.; rosters. 10c
per lb.: turkeys. 13Q17c per lb.; winter
chickens, SiSISc per lb.; spring; chickens. ;SO
32c per lb; ducks. U81Sc per lb.
Dressed Poultry Turkes. 15320c per lb.;
hens. SSc per lb., ducks. ISc per lb ,
winter chickens. 30fi3:c per lb.; spring. 35c
Green Fruits California oranges. J2.50a3.2S
per box; lemons. J1.WB5 00 per box: plneap
plea, per crate. W.WS4.00: strawberries. 15c
per box: Florida grapefruit. !2.Ot.C0 per
box; apples, per hbl.. J1.503 SO.
Dressed Meats Lightweight pork. 10t311c
per lb . healcr. 9&10c per lb.
Vegetables Potatoes. "OOSOe per bu.; celery.
ll.0Ofll.J5 per dor.; yams. Il.00ffl.60 per bbl .
onions. Xic per crate; cabbage. 11.7532. 24 ptr
lfcO lbs.: lettuce. T5cflJ1.3 per basket: beets.
Jl.iOSl.tO per 100 bunches; squash. 11.0032. )
bbl.: aweet potatoes. .WS4 00 per bu.: lima
beans. 15816c per qt.: tomatoes, crate. J2.003
U 0; rhubarb, $1 0031.00 per 100 bunches:
kale, per bbl.. tl.t3ZM.
RESOUROE8 OVER.. $16.000.000
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to the enjoyment of your
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CHECKS and LETTERS
of CREDIT, which are
usable the world over.
We take excellent care
of our customers' invest
ments during their ab
sence. flTForelgn Drafts issued on
principal cities of the world.'
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YORK PINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
TIsjhs's Direct Wrr.
High. Low. era. Clos
Amalgamated Copp ;&s 75 5Ki i ri
American Can 3iVi 33H 34Vi i 34
American Can. pr... 94U P3K f3Vl Wti
Alter. C. & F. conMSH 4 48 I
American Ice Securlt :t4 2tv 2l I
American Locomotlvt 33H 32H 32V 33H
American Smelting... 69 6SH foU ' ?
American Sugar & R.imi ill. lir I u:H
American Tel. & Tel. J29H 120 12 Btt
Atchison loo 9S ?y4 1 :
Anai-onda n 31, av 38
Brooklyn R. T. 9IH 9lm 92H I KH
Halt. 4 Ohio 90 W K I CS4
Bethlehem Steel 33 33 33 I 33Vi
California Petrol 3SU 3:W 3SW 3?H
Cknadlan Pacific 237 -.34vti ;35W I 237
Central Leather ij sj 13 I
Cen. Leather pf. j3 i3 f3 ! 92
Chlno Con. Copper... 41 40 40! ' 41H
Chicago & G. W...
Chi.. Mil. & SL P.,
C, MIL SL P. pf .
C5H t5 6i 1
13 134 I3M li1
. ios' iosh 1MH 1 iosn
..13 1SJ 13 H3i
. 120 K0 130 ' IKV
Chicago & N. W,
Consolidated Gaa....l33 1MH 133H 1 133W
Great North, pfd...
Inter. Metro, pfd...
Kan. City & South.
.. 29 28H 28S ' 5
l-mi 139v I33H i HOW
.2 2 2 I -,.
17 127U 1274 1 1274
.. I4H I4i HH I 14S
..S1U 51 11 I ll
..23 23H 23HI M
..ISSV4 147 )i" I l"H
..135V4 13i 135VI I I35V
Loose-Wiles com 31 31 31 I 31
Mex. Petrol t5 64M v
M., K. T SN 234 234! 23H
Missouri Pacific 35Vi :5 :6IS5H
Nevada Con. Copper 17 I6H 17 I 16
National Biscuit comus I14W ill I
S. T. Central 100M 10JW 1C0V4 1 100H
N. Y., N. H. H 10W IW K I lOoW
Northern Pacinc ItSH 1UH ns4 1 iun
Norfolk & Western... I06U Kv loew 1 iw
"ton. K. R
Ray Con. Copper...
Rep. Iron & Steel. . .
Rock Island, pfd'..
. 110S I10H 110K, 1 10SW
1BH 19 18HI i'1
.163 1621614 1162
. 33H 23H 23HI 23
. 18H 17 17Hi 1H
. 22 3Uw 31W I 32W
WH CSH PSVI WV
. 25W a 3 IS
..n 77 77 I
.35 35 $ I
So. Rwy pf.. .......
. 1J5H liSH 1MH : 1&2H
. C3U 62H C2H . e2H
.105 105 105 I104'
. 61Mi 63H 63K I 60
. 106H ICtiH lOuH 1 10oK
. &IW SI 51 I 51
U. 6. Rubber com...
U. & Rubber 1st pf .
IT. S. fitsel..........
U. S. Steel pf
W. Union Tel
7i 7i 7; i ;h
C6 li l ,C!
C2W C2H 62V 62H
93H (2 K 1 93
Atchison Convt-4's... 69H Ki Ki ' MS
B. ft. a Gen. 4's...
B- R- Tran. Con. 4's
C, B. & Q. Joint 4'r.
C. R. L Pac 4's...
North. Pac. 4's
Sou. Railway Ss
KU P2H 92HI C2H
SI POVi 90H: 90H
f4U riS f4Ut f4H
5SS bi, SS. I 58Vi
. 75H 7i 7JHI 75.
,. 94H 94 94 I MH
..104 104 134
..92 92 92
. lOOVn VC 100
U. Pae Con. 4's..
U.S. Steal 2d 6's..
New York Curb Market.
FnraUhad to Ths Washlngtea Tlmas b
Uarrlmaa ft Co., New Tork: J. B. Ctlomaa.
Uasagar local Braocb. Colorado Building
Anglo-American Oil 19 13V4
Atlanta-Goldfleld 15 IS
Bay State Gas U ?s
Braden Copper 6" 7Vi
British Columbia Copper 2Ts 3
International Rubber 9 10
Chicago Subway 2 4
Cobalt Lake & 75
Glroux Mining 1T4 2
Greene-Cananea 6Vi 6
Kerr Lake 3V. 3H
1 Rose Con 2S 24
Manhattan Transit 1V4 1H
McKlnley-Darragh l7s 2
Ohio Copper "4
Standard Oil of N. J 363 366
Tonopah Belmont 6 6T
Tonopah Mining of Nev 5 S1.
Trl Bullion i
United Cigar Stores 90V 91
United Clfrar Stores pf 110 114
Yukon Gold 2S 2
Jim Butler SI 87
Earned Surplus 1,000,000
Deposits Qer 7.000.000
WITH resources of near
ly ten million dol
lars, sound policies,
and nearly fifty years of ex
perience, this bank offers the
highest degree of SECURITY
to depositors. Accounts of
every size invited.
X-TSame rate of Interest paid on
both large and small accounts.
National Savings and
Corner 1 5th and N. Y. Ave,
I New York Stock Exehanga.
Uembers "S Washington Stock Exchange.
IChlcaco Board of Trad.
bought and cold on ssma
fsvorable terms as e offer
for trading In New Tork
stocks and bonds.
The Safest Investments
Are those that du not fluctuate during dis
turbed rundttions of the money or stock mar
kets. Klrst deed of trust n tes flrt mort
csgesl. well secured on real estate In th
District of Columbia. cuntltu'.e glll-tdgo"
Investments. They do iot dei-end Lpon thi
financial rrKnblbUlly of Indltlduals or cor
porations for their stability, ant ar exempt
from taxstlon as personal property We can
supply such investments In amounts from
'i00 upward Send fir booklet. Concerning
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
7n 13th ST. K. W.
Court Decisions Expected and
Stocks Mark Time Cana
dian Pacific Weak.
IN STOCK MARK
NEW YORK. May 26.-The usual Men-! """ "" v,nx.
day morning hesitation was evident on!ur li3 Cents for 1 insertion 3 Of
the stock market today and price
changes were unimportant. The sa'ea
to noon totaled 131,000 snares. The
tendency of prices was slightly down
ward, though there were many stocks
that held even and a number "that ad
vanced. Opening prices were, strong,
but recessions followed and a rally came
at noon that made the losses small.
., .1 ,.. ., .
oivei men waa oniy u iracuon ore; , n. phii.r lii " "
I'nlon 14. Readlnir a;, and Southern li- SS ?5TS? .? ?- .
clflc T- Rock Island was weak again,
losing a full point. Canadian Pacitlc
also continued-downward, losing 1H.
Mexican Petroleum was also a weak
spot, losing IVi- Among the stocks mat
showed gains were Kansas City &
Southern, Interborough. Denver, Gas,
Anaconda, Northwestern, St, Paul pre
ferred, Pittsburgh Coal preferred, Beth
lehem Steel preferred, and California
Brooklyn Rapid Transit has declared
a dividend of 1 per cent, placing the
stock on a 6 per cent basis.
An Increase of S53U,734 in operat
ing revenue 1m shown in the April
statement of the Chicago and North
western. The net income shows a
decrease of $115,503.
The Ray Consolidated directors are
Planning to begin dividends in July.
The stock has an estimated ore value
The Suhtreasury gained 31,516,000
from the banks on Saturday and
$2,474,000 since Friday.
The United States Realty company
reports 9.16 per cent on Its capital
stock for 1913 as compared with 8.27
per cent in 1912.
The French cabinet has approved
a $200,000,000 loan to meet military
Governor Sulzer has signed the bill
authorizing the comptroller to issue
bills or notes at not exceeding 5 per
cent interest, maturing within a year
In anticipation of sale of bonds.
New York Cotton Market.
furnished to The Washington Timet by
A. Q. Plant Co. H15 G rrreet northwest.
Open. High. Low. 1 p.m.
July 11.65 11.67 11.60 1LG0
October 1L14 1L14 11.07 11.07
December 11.15 11.16 11.09 11.09
Osborn Denies Trouble
In State Department
Vigorous denial Is made at the State
Department of reports that serious fric
tion has arisen by reason of the fact
that John Bassett Moore, counselor of
the department, and not John E. Os
born, Assistant Secretary of State, has
been acting as chief during Mr. Bryan's
absence. Assistant Secretary Osborn
Is said to have resented the elevation
of the counselor to the acting secre
taryship when, as a usual thing, the as
sistant acts aa head of the department
during the absence of the Secretary.
Mr. Osborn, however, denies that there
"There Is no disagreement," he said.
"Mr. Moore'.M reputation and abilities
as a great international lawyer make It
natural that he should confer with am
bassadors and ministers on especially
important matters. The arrangement
whereby he is Acting Secretary in Mr.
Bryan's absence was made between the
President and Mr. Bryan. I prefer that
Mr. Moore should be Acting Secretary."
vuuuzriur .uuure Btrveu ouring L-ieve-land's
administration as an Assistant
secretary or state.
Faces Three Deaths.
TRENTON. May 26.-After drinking
'audanum, Anthony Morris Jumped from
the Stone bridge to the railroad tracks,
dropped about thirty feet, and escaped
being hit by a train, only to land In the
police station as an ordinary "drunk."
SUPREME COURT OP THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA, holding Probate Court. Estate
of Stflngrlmur Stefansson. deceased. No
1MG6. Administration docket Application
having been made herein for probate of the
last will and testament of said deceased, and
for letters testamentary on said estate, bv
Charles Martel. the executor named In said
will. It Is ordered this Mth day of May. A
V. IMS. that Gudrun Stefansdotter. the wife
of Torateln Magnusson. and Oudland Ste
fansdotter. and any unknown next of kin of
said testator, and all others concerned, ap
pear In said Court on Monday, the 30th day
of June. A D: 1313. at 10 o'clock a m to
show cause why such application should not
b granted Let notice hereof be published
in the "Washington I.aw Reporter" and The
Washington Times once In each of three sue
cesslvo neek before the return day herein
mentioned, the Urn publication to be not leu
than thirty days before said return day
TIIOS II ANDERSON. Justice (Sesl. At
test JAMBS TANNER. Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. I'lerk of the Pro
bate Court. WM. H MANOGUE & J. E.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash
ington. May a, 1913. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office. Room WJ. District
Building, until two o'clock, p. m June 5.
1913. for furnishing and delUerlng during the
fiscal ear ending June 30. 19H, forty-eight
horses, more or lesi. for use in the Fire
Department, this t It) Specifications and
form of proposal ma be obtained front the
purchasing Officer. I (.' , Rm 3:0 District
TiuIl'Hn? Cl'XCi 11 RUDOLPH JOHN A
JOHNSTON. CHESTER HARDING. Co-n-mlsuloners
U .,?, E:?IXEEn OFFICE. 306 Southern
Bulldlnc. naslilngton. I ('.May 14 1913.
Fealed proposals for furnlhlng and "deliver
ing about If") tons Sulphate of Alumina will
be received here until II M June 9 1913
and then puhllclv openM Information on
implication. W. c IN(5FITT. Lieut. Col..
LOST AND FOUND
LOPT-,;M watrh udi's. Waltham mm..
ment. Saturilay rtrrn..on. coming from I'o
tomac drlxe concert to l.ln'nn I'ark Suit
able reward If returnfl tn Ant T Th Fir.
lax. KfO Kin t'apltol st
U)STrMav 33. "at lth and WomlnT'" aTT
lndy s watch and fob Initial M M F
Return Aport ! The StH), rw.i'nl '
I3ST-r-llver knives In cotton case, lost
from carriage. . at near Hth Kinder
klndl return t.. 1H0 Uth st N w no Ques
tion aked. literal reward '
LOST l'o-ketbook. small black en r it b
tween 6th and Tth Reward W3 it n! W
I1ST -Pin. old-fashlon'd pearl-ret nln iroll
fringed . InllUI. "S U I..- newfrt VoiO
1Mb st N. MZ j
IX)ST-Dog wire-haired fox terrier, on F
M in front Itrentano a. small round leather
etrip collar with plnte enxra.ed "C A
Munn. Scott Circle " Reward return 101
FOUND Eight coils. IS umbrellas 5 pack
ages. I pair glasses. I batk't l tin l ,Ut
cur. 1 ,a";r-,1 rtrum. 1 hammer. 1 snvp box.
1 hsndkerchlef. 1 ring. 1 hat. I po-ketbnoks
1 blanket. 1 camera. 1 set post cards 1 tviir
shoes. WASHINGTON TERMINAL VnIoN
Phone Main 5260
WANT AD BRANCH AGENCIES.
In (ending your ad ertlwments to Th
Times Ihrouih any of thcxe BRANCH
! AGENCIES you can set the rccular rat of
ic per worn, ai at tna Main ornce. jou win
find a Branch Agency Just around tn corner.
ONE CENT A WORD
WITTJ ItitTtwTTw iti.T.r-.
j more times minimum charge, 13
cenis per insertion.
TALK TO THE TOWN .
1HKOUGH THE TIMES
A.m,i.),. k NORTHWEST.
Bachrach jhannacy"; Sth and Eya
. cenera Pnirmirv k. .
Bronaua-h Phmrm. . ,j 7
r-VSfW; v Dnlop. 14t and GlrarA.
Chrlstlanl Pharmacy. 7th & SC
Concord Pharmacy. Ult N. H. are,
Daw'a Pharmacy. 3d and H.
Day A Co.. Sth and G.
5lt,5r.il..Phi,ncy- ll0t 1 p' roa.
SSS!! 5ey. 4Ui and Mass. ava.
Goldenberg-s pept. Store. 7th and K.
Htnard Pharmacy, nth and Harvard.
Henry Pharmacy 22nd and N.
Hrnes Pharmacy, raw Jersey ave. Q.
Hutton it Hilton. Sod and ii """'
Kann. 8. Sons Co.. DepC 8tort. tth
Kota Pharmacy. 7th and Florida ar.
jiaiioy-a inarmacy. 1$7 Calvert at.
Mattlngly'a Pharnutcy. lth and
ataiungira Pharmacy, lth and L.
Mayera Pharmacy. Fla. ave. and Ma.
Mend Pharmacy. 1Mb and Pa. iva.
v iuuAeit s .rnarmacy. stn ana r,
Reh'a Pharmacy. 7th and E.
Rhedt Island Pharmacy. 1st and R. I. art,
Robty's Pharmacy. North Cap. and H.
8lmpaon'a Pharmacy. 7th and R. L ava
Timet Sub. Station. 4SH H.
Times Sub. Sutton. IMS T.
Van Sant Pharmacy, sth and P.
Veltch's Pharmacy. Mth and M.
Wagner's Pharmacy. 1st and H.
Union Station (Christian! Pharmacy.)
Blumer's Pharmacy. N. Cap. and R.
Columbia Pharmacy, llth and H.
Furbman Pharmacy. Sth and E. Cap.
Gelger Pharmacy. Ith and B.
Ldddon't Pharmacy. 1200 Fla. ays.
Model Pharmacy. Ith and H.
UcChetney & Joachim. Jth and P.
McChesney at Joachim. 2nd and E.
New Tork Ave. Pharmacy. N. Cap. and N.
Powell. A. E.. Ith and E. Cap.
Sprucebank. H. E. A Co.. tth and E. Caa.
Taylor & Lamb, llth and E. Cap.
Tyree Pharmacy. 15th and H.
Times Sub. Station: 631 H.
Artb & Co . KI Pa. ave.
Hawkins' Pharmacy. 4th and Va arc
Ney & Co.. Pa. ae. and Sth.
O'Donnell'a Pharmacy. 3rd and Pa. ave.
I'yweu rjisrmacy. mn ana -K.
weller's. ttb and Ee,
Times Sub. Station, tth and K.
Timet Sub. Station. HI B.
Fuller. W. C. Ml 1st.
Harris Pharmacy. 3rd and F.
Lynham's Pharmacy. 1313 4H st.
Timet Sub. Station. 41 H st.
Koetttr Pharmacy. 33rd and M.
Daniel H. Smith Pharmacy. 2Sth and Dua-
Morgan'a Pharmacy. 3001 P st
Times Sub. Station. K0S M.
Weller's Pharmacy. 3334 M.
Cury's Pharmacy. Nichols art. & W.
Timet Sub. Station. 307 Nichols ave.
Linton aV Kelson. Brookland. D. C
J. R. Caton. Prlnos and RoyaL
Total arosa. April. 13U UU.444
Average gross. April. UU 10.441
Total set. April. U13 1.in.m
Arag net. April. 1113 43.114
Total cross. April. 11U iss,sM
Attragt grots, April. 1313 47.
Total nat. April. 113 a70.ru
Average net. April. 1313 41.0
I solemnly swear that the accompanying
statement represtnxa the circulation of Ths
Washington Times at detailed, and that ths
ntt figures represent, all returns eliminated,
the cumber of conies of The Times which m
told, delivered, furnished, or mailed to bona
not purcnasert or subscribers.
V. A. WALKEK. General lliunr.
District of Columbia, at:
BUMcriDM ana sworn to Mfero ms. this
U day of Maj. A. D. 1313.
(Seal.) THOMAS C WILLIS.
HAIR WORK, shampooing, and facial mas
sage; manicuring at our home evenings
ana sunaays. wo fiye . v. 1'
ANOTHER DOLLY MADISON Candy Store
is now at tz in st. N. w a branch of
7:o llth. Ssme Qualitr. Same Service. 1
Don't waste time crawling about
nlth pots and pans trying to catch
the drip. Send for us: we stop the
leaka promptly and permanently.
It Is our business. We know how!
TRONflLAD Roong 5J$ I3th st. Nw
jn,wivi-jAX7 Com.y Phone Maln u
WINDOW SHADES to order our specialty.
The Dependable Kind. Guaranteed. Phone
Main itti. WM. T. PAIR. 163 llth at. N. W.
THE delicate mechanism of your wstch or
clock needs an expert's attention. Consult
WM. NORDHOFF. 910 14th St. nw. M. 4KS-Y.
OFFICE OF THE
GEORGETOWN GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
Wisconsin A Dumbarton Aves.. N. W
Washington. D. C.
A meeting or the stockholders of this
Company, for the election of seven directors,
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before this meeting, will
be held at this office on Monday. June 2nd.
1913. at 12 m. Polls open I! m.. close 1 p. ra
Books for transfer of stock will be closed
from May 19th to June 2nd. 1913. Inclusive.
CHAS. P. WILLIAMS.
E. P. SUPER,
MACHINIST AND ENGINEER.
T39 FIRST STREET N. W.
Factory exp. with the Buffalo Gasoline Motor
Co . on marln and automobile engines.
MOTHS ruin our piano. Better have us
clean It out now; prompt service, small
charge. DROOP'8. 130& G. Phone Main 1109.
STORAGE FREE Pictures and mirrors left
with us to be regilded or repaired, stored
until fall without charge. Literal reductions
on all work during the summer. J. N. NIE
POLD SON. Art Dealer. 903 E st. N. W.
Pictures and mirrors framed
PAPERHANGING PAINTING Highest
quilltv of work at reasonable prices.
LUTHER I- DERRICK. S1J 15th st- N. W
Tel M 1M9. I
THE SALVATION ARMY
NEEDS YOUR OLD CLOTHING.
Furniture. Books, and Paper
Phone Main 1562. or send postal.
121 Pa. ave. N. W.
MTCC3 PATV ard Assistant Manlcur
.tl IvU v-.Tii'
Ing and Scalp Treatment
Apt 1. Phone Main 7423.
Tl Tth st N. W.
MRP. MACE G PARTRIDGE.
ITU llth st N W.
phone Columbia 3411
FOR ADOPTION -Fine white male Infant. 2
montrs old. mother unable to care for It.
nurres bottle BOX R. Tlme offlc 1
MRS BROWN VAN MJ-S.
Manicuring and Shampooing
I0 O ST. N. W, PH. N-
30 vesrs' praijlce treatlns th Stomach
and Nervous Conditions. Skin and Blood
UlJeaHo1ur :S0 to I .to. and 1:00 to 5:00.
71 13th st. N' W.
55 i?i"52.-,B.,x3.red iris mw"Ymi
I floor front. Hour, from 10 s. m. W p. a.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVASSERS Ladles: lalarr and commit
Ion; easy and Mr teller. Velvet Cleanser
Co.. Inc.. h and Water ta. 8. W.
COOKS for families. SIS. t. S2S. JJO: aluo
chambermaids, waitresses. nuras. house
maids', general houseworkers. etc.. for city,
suburbs, and away.
LADIES' EXCHANGE. S07 Vermont ave
FINISHERS on pants.
W.. Room n.
Call SU 7th at. N
FUR SALESWOMAN One who understands
taking orders for remodeling and repairing
garments. Apply before 10:. JUUUS GAR
FINKLE & CO.. th and F sts.
GIRL White, for light housework In small
family, good home for a good girl. Apply
at once. 3JS Sth st. N. W.
GIRL for general housework.
230 E street
GIRL for general housework: no washing,
good pay; must have reference. 1 Sth st.
GIRLS to assort post cants. Apply SCHROT
BROS.. Ml La. ave. N. W.
GIRL for general housework: will to leave
city: private iamll. 41 7th sL 8. W.
GIRLS to run power sewing machine's: steady
worn; gooa psy. tos nth it. N. W.
GLOVE SALESWOMAN Thoroughly sjptrl-
enced; prefer ocs who has had experience,
In tn selecting of gloves, but must have
best references. Address BOX MS. Tlrosi
HOTEL CHECKERS for Philadelphia. 0.
at once. FISHER'S AGENCY. 41 loth. at.
LADIES to leorn hair dressing, shampooing.
J??i rassare and manicuring. Apply
MADAME RANDALL. Hair Goods Depart
ment, balcony. PALAIS ROVAL. G and llth.
LADIES (several) to take up Splrella corsjt
work; profession taught free; life positions
to the right persons. Apply to M. C Trlbby.
43 C tt. S. E.
OPERATORS on power machines on ladles'
d.rSf.t. ,nd k'rts: paid while learning.
WASHINGTON OARMENT CO.. 12 H N. f.
SALESWOMAN-Cloak and ault: only those
with best references aa regards character
and ability need apply. Address BOX ill.
SALESWOMAN Experienced In veiling de-pVHn'nt-
AP1 before 10 a. ra. JULIUS
OARFINKLE aV CO.. 13th and 7 sts.
SKAMSTRESS to operate power machine on
repair work; settled person, steady employment-Apply
HOS N st. N'. W.
Ki 10th at. N. W
STOREROOM GIRLS Five, for resort,
303 10th St. N.. W.
WAITRESS Experienced. 91S 9th N. W.,
THE MANHATTAN LUNCH. !
413 13th st. N. W
WANTED Bright, Neat Girls, 16 vears
of age, as Floor Messengers; clean
work and splendid chance for promo
tion. Apply to H. W. SCHAUB, with
Goldenberg's, 7th & K Sts.
WHITE GIRL for housework: no washing, no
Ironing; stay at nights. H. P. FREUND.
MJ 10th st. K. W.
WANTED Expert sewers on worn
en's gowns. Apply before 10 a. m.,
JULIUS GARFIXKLE i CO., 13th and
WOMAN Neat and Intelligent, widow pre
ferred, to label hnttlf, .tr, at t.nm. .
perlence no matter. Address BEDRICK.
BOX T0. Times office.
WOMAN Good, colored, to cook. wash, and
Inin for a small famllv: to go home nights.
Apply 1S04 17th St. X. W.
WOMAN, silver washer, at once.
AGENCY. S03 ICth St. N. W.
WOMAN for general housework In aptrt
ment. Apply No. 41- 341 Wyoming ir. 1
YOUNG LADY to work In drug store. W. H
RICHARDSON & CO.. Tth and Q sts. N.W
YOUNG 'LADY' about 14. for general drug
store work. BOX 5S3. Times office.
TOUNG LADY. CLERK for confectionery
Store. Apply 310 tth st. N. W.
YOUNG LADY aa bookkeeper and cashier.
with torn experience: not over Tl years of
age: state experience, references, and salary
expected to start. Address BOX ott. Tim -s
YOUNG LADY for cashier. THE MODE. F
and llth sts. Apply at once.
HELP WANTED MALE
BARBER Steady work. 312 week guaranteed
KU 4S st S. W !
at Tt: llth st. N. W..
BARBER White, steady. 310.30 week.
44 st. N. W.. near Pa. ave.
BOOKKEEPER for general office work;
must be over n years of age and good at
figures: opportunity for a hustler.
APPLY BOX STL TIMES OFFICE.
BRIGHT YOUNG MAN. 1 to 10 years, as
assistant In delivery department, one fa
miliar with cltv. Applv MR. ELGIN. De
livery Dept.. GOLDENBERG'S. Tth st.
BOY Bright. Industrious, at occe. In plumb
ing establishment, to make himself gener
ally useful: bring references. WM. KOCH,
1445 P st.
BOY Colored, with wheel: references re
quired; short hours. LAMB & TILDEN.
TI5 13th St. ;;;
BOY To attend horses and work In grocery,
references. PORTON'S MARKET. 15th and
Md. ave. N. E.
BOY Colored, for porter In drug store M
H. RICHARDSON & CO.. Tth and Q sts.
N. W. -
BOY Colored, to run errands and make him
self generally useful, references require 1
BOX 5J3. Times office
BOY age 15 can secure home and employ
ment with business man. tine chance for
right boy. Address BOX 549. Times office.
BOY Colored, with wheel, as porter In store
F. ROSE. 1113 F st. N W '
BOYS and young men with bicycles for hlgh
clats trade. CAPITAL CO.. llOT HN. V
BUSHELMAN wanted on ladles' and gent'
garments: pay 33 per day. Apply at once
1511 Cor.n ave.
CARPENTERS Irving St..
lTth N. W
between I6th and
and superintendent for
electrical construction; all
correspondence strictly con
KAHN ELECTRIC CO.,
Electrical Contractors, 505
N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
ENGINEER Reliable, colored, for statlonary
plant. steadv- Job: best of reference re
quired POX WT, Times oitlce
ERRAND BOY Colored, with bicycle, at
once. 413 llth st. N W
FINISHERS on pants
W.. room 21.
Apply 329 Tth St. N
JOB PRESSMAN wanted.
must have good references.
G1TT1NGS & ROGERS, 300
Courtland St., Baltimore, Md.
MAN Good, to work on farm near city.
A STABLER. 941 B N W.
PAPERHANGER wanted Apply after 5 p
m or before T a. in. 03 5lh N W.
PRESSER -Good Call at 3U llth at. N.
W.. Monday morning. S a. m.
GOLDMAN. 1413 H st
PRESSER on ladles' and S'nt'a raiments;
gooil pay and steady work. A4p.v Jt once.
1511 Conn. ave.
PORTER for drug store. Apply
ROGERS. I3th and G sts. N W.
TILE SETTERS-At ence.
Applv SCI M St.
Marlut spac N. W.
Apply at ICoO West
100 MEN, FREIGHT HAND
LERS' WAGES; 20c PER
HOUR DAYWORK, 25c PER
HOUR SUNDAY WORK.
PLENTY OF WORK. AP
MERCHANTS & MINERS
PIER 3, PRATT ST.,
WANTED Men to learn barber l:adt; eoly
few weeks required: wages after flrst
month; steady position cuarjete-!. Wrlto
for catalogue. MOLER'S IIAl'.P.ER COL-
uiMii. jit Bowery. New Vor.t City.
WANTED Solicitors for daily J
newspaper. i?'redenck Uity
and County; good pay for ex
perienced men. Address Post
office Box 128, Frederick, Md.,
stating reference, age, and ex
perience. The Frederick Post.
WE NEED TWO MEN
A One opportunity la open to be Brenarad
for S??5 Position. Call at once. Whlta only.
THE NATIONAL AUTO COrGE.
Open till p. m. th and O N. W.
WHITE BOYS over 1J years old to run r-
F&nK ? P 1Urv Jnv; A.P5!y JUL1US OAR
FiNKLE tc CO.. 13th and F sts.
TOUNG MAN-Brlght- active, aa soda dla-
- t.. S.-V1IS1UI, uvUaCMlUCtlU J. JUl aM &
TOUNG ME.V-3. with bicycles: msrsntl
33 a day. Reply at once. DIMS MES
SENGER SERVICE. 717 12xh tt. kJwT ituli
BT COLORED WOMAN, just from tb coun
try, wants place In private family. 311
w st. ?:. w. o
SALESMAN, first-class, desires position with
oAv-'Yi!" J.""' can. furola et references.
BOX 530. Times offlcf. je
PROF. WYNDHAM. 31 lith N. W teach
all dances: lady assistant. lesson. Mc:
prlv. any hour: cuarantet all pupils. M. M71.
MISS CHAPPELEAR. 1311 Q tt. N. W.
phone N. 44. Aator Whirl. Tango, tna
Fish Dance, and all the latest dances
taught: private any hour: hall to rent.
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dances. Argentine Tango.
Belasco Theater, top floor. Select. M. i!tJ-T.
DANCELAND DANCING ACADEMY. Ith
G sts. S. E. Assembly dancing every Wed.
& Sat. eves.. 3:30 to II; special attention to
scholars. Prof. Rock. Instructor: hall for rent.
DAVISON'S, Prof. & Mrs.. 71J tth at. X. W.
Latest dances taught anv hour; class and
dances. Tue.. eves. Ph. M. 4634. Assembly
dances Thurs..fc Sat. ate.. Nat. Rifles Arm'y.
GLOVER'S. 13 rnd st. N. W. Phone W. 113.
Private lessons any hour 30c. waltz, :-stsp.
Boston. Tango, and all new dances guar.;
class and dance Tues.. Thurs.. Sat, eves.. Me.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING SCHOOL. ICO Eye St. nw. Social
Dances every Mon- at Arcade. Ph. M. 3M3.
HOUSEKEEPERS This week, ordinary win.
dows expertly cleaned i cents each. Floors
waxed, polished, varnished.
ELLIOT. 1400 U st. N. W. PostaL PB.N.335J.
WANTED Furniture, piano, carpets. go
Phone M. 1233 for wagon, or have ua caX.
"WESCHLER'S." X9 Pa. av. X. W.
WANTED Furniture for cash- Sell your goods
to the man who gives you tha aoat
troncr. See HOP WOOD. 3th and K. 1
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn clotnbu:
either ladies or gentlemen' send pottal;
will call. B. TARSHES. IMS Tth St. N. W.
Phone North 493.
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the flcora clean and bright and gives
them a polished flnlvh. Uuud for your furni
ture. Try It: ZOa sal., delivered. Used by
the U. S. Gov't, and over 10.0&0 families for
the last ii jears. 113 Pa. ave. N. W.. M. 433.
ROOMS PAPERED FOR 31.50 up. all work
guaranteed. latest designs. IMPERIAL.
WALL PAPER CO.. 4T G N.W.. Ph. M. T304.
PAPERHANGING. 10 lets than other Crma.
Phone Line TSa. or drop postal for esti
mate. CHAS. R. HYSAN. 104 E. Cap. St.
WE WANT to hear from the man who as
pects his Form Letters to look as well aa a
typewritten letter. Call M. 4C40.
F. J. FREA. 315 14th st N. W. 1
BEAUTIFUL RUGS WOVEN
from old carpets by tha
WASHINGTON RUG WEAVING CXX.
931 tth st N. W. Main 4329.
ALBERT KAHLERT & CO..
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
3JI Maryland ave. S W Ph. M. IQM.
FIVE-PIECE parlor suites upholsterod la
taptstry. J? up. free delivery, satisfaction
guaranteed Acme Uphol Co 5T H st N W
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
HIGHEST PRICES paid for old gold, silver
and diamonds FOR MANUFACTURING
PURPOSES. . , m.
SAKS OPTICAL, CO.. TCS Tth st. N. W.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to lawns. rosea.
etc . during summer, moderate prices: guar
anteed: we supply privet hedges, evergreens,
etc Wash. Bulb Co 724 22d Ph. W. 1353.
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dress and tuxodo
suits for hire. M. T. PIMES. Merchant
Tailor. IOC'S Tth st. N. W. Phone, Main 5214.
VACUUM CLEANERS RENTED. 31.50 PER
dav. House, carpet, and window cleaning.
Vacuum Co.. 303 McGlIl Bids. Phons M. 3373.
GENERAL HOUSE REPAIRS
DROP POSTAL for estimates on brick work
and cement work, repairing a specialty.
F. H. FITZSIMMONS. MS 3d N. W. M. 82SJ.
CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
II A MONTH TO PRESS TOUR CLOTHES;
four services: work called for and delivered.
Ladles' Suits. 325 up. JOS. L. MAGGIO. IBS
R st N W. Phone N. U3S. --
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. Tn 10
tures for women Wednesday. 3 p. ra. Nat
ural non-surgical cloth bound 400-paga book
free 91 Colorado Building.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES
And Cooling Rooms Hav No Equal.
MeCRAY REFJUGEATOR gj i R ,-