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WASHINGTON AND NEW
T
OP
The control of the Union Savings
Bank, the oldest savings bank In Wash
ington, and regarded as one of the bet
financial institutions In the city. Is now
the prize for which two groups of
financiers are engaged in a mighty
struggle.
A few months ago interests connect
ed with the Commercial National Bank
acquired a large block of stock In the
Union Savings, and Ashton C. Clapham.
president of the Commercial, was elect
ed president of the Union Savings. The,
Commercial National Bank has a sav
ings department of Its own, and as a
result some of the stockholders of the
Union Savings became dlsatisfled with
the present management and centered
upon Wade H. Cooper to lead the fight
of the opposition. Mr. Cooer is well
known as the president of the United
States Savings Bank, at Fourteenth and
U streets, is a director In the Conti
nental Trust Company, and with his
brothers is interested in a large number
ot other financial Institutions in the
South. . . ,
Since that time Mr. Cooper and his
friends have been quietly buying stock
in the Union Savings Bank, and it is
understood that some of the stock has
brought as high, as $260 a share.
The Union Savings Bank was organ
ized in 1S9L has one of the best loca
tions in the city, at 710 Fourteenth
street, and is occupying a nine-story
The bank has a capital of J200.OQ0 and ,
a surplus of $1000,00). with total re-'
sources of about $2,000,000. ,
Ph. ftirh rn 1a Trtl Id hpinp
watched with Interest In financial wlr
Ues. Both sides expressed themselves to
3ay as being absolutely confident that
they 'would be able to muster control
In the stockholders' meeting. President
Clapham. of the Commercial, saying
that there would be no change In the
management of the Union Savings,
-while President Cooper, of the United
States Savings, was equally sure that.
his friends would control me situation
at the next stockholders' meeting.
Capital Traction suffered a frac
tional loss, as compared with yester
day's price, and equalled the low of the
year on the Washington Stock Ex
change this afternoon, when thirty
shares sold for Jit After this sale the
stock was freely offered at U3T, which
really established a new low record for
the stock, although novsales were made
at that figure. The best bid at the time
was Ti. .
Mergentkal Kinotype continued
strong-, six shares selling: at 218.
Washington Gas changed hands, two
shares at 84 and ten shares at 54 V
Washington Railway and Electric
'preferred brought 89U for ten ahares,
and 8S for five.
Wholesale Produce Market
Eggs Nearby. fresh. 38340c per dot;
Southern. 364j3Sc pr dox.
Cheese New Tork. new, 16VSc per lb.; Bat.
ItHe per lb.
Butter EJgIn prints. S425c per lb.; tab.
33934c per lb.
Live Poultry Hen. 144215 per lb.; roos
ters. Mc per lb.: turkeys. lS20c per lb.;
spring chickens, 1516c per !.; ducks. 149
36c per lb.
Green Fruits California oranges. 25.00SSJ0
per box: peaches. Xi.iMti.1i Per crate: lemons.
35 60 per box; pineapples. per crate,
tXTJ; Florida grapefruit. J4.40 per box:
crapes. SL0081.76 per basket: apples, per
bbL. 113004 00: pears. tl.O21.S0 per bo:
grapes. J1.0031.JO per crate; plums, 30X350
per basket.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, COO per bbL;
onions, Texas. T5ctl.00 per crate; per
bbl.. C.S; cabbage. 33.00 per bbl.; let
tuce. JLSOfi'lOO per basket: beets. 31.0082.04
100 bunches; tomatoes, home grown. 50
per box: rhubarb. 33.00 per 100 bunches:
Vuns. SLWS'.OO: celerr. JLO&ai.30 per das.:
saussh. J2.oOS2.50 per bbL; lima beans. J1.M
per bu.: kale, per bbl.. Jl 0082.00.
Live Stock Veal calves, choice. HeHe per
lb.: medium. lOBlCVje per lb.: sheep. 434Vjc
per lb.: lambs. 7B7V4C per lb.
The greater part of the eggs now being
scTd In Washington are cold storage stock.
Receipts Eggs light and active demand:
Teal calves hate reached the highest point
they have brought In thirty jean.
Pimlico Entries
First Race.
For two-year-olds: six furlongs; Val
kyrie, 112; 'Humiliation. 112; Spearhead,
115; Martian. 112; Pomette Blue, 112;
Perth Rock. 115; Maxim's Choice, 105,
Ray o Light. 115; Harebell, 112; Fathom.
115; Flitaway. 112; Mater, 112; Hill
Stream, 112. Cassatt entry.
Second Race.
and up, six furlongs. Honey Bee, 109,
bAlthatnaha. IDS: bYt-How Ecs.
113; Joe Knight 113; Chemulpo. 109;
Loretta Dwycr, 103; Water Welles,
116; Moncrelf, 106; Deduction. 115;
Lady Llghtninp. 109; Phyllis Antoin
ette. 100; Star Gift 123.
bWiton entry.
Third Race.
Selling handslcap; two and three-year-olds,
seven furlongs. Strenuous,
106; Ralph Lloyd, 116; Early Light 105;
Arran. 114; Song of Valley, 99; Battery,
106; Gerrard, 105; Fairy Godmother. 110;
Ella Grane. 109; Spring Maid, 102; Lace,
115; Afterglow, 109.
Fourth Race.
Steeplechase handicap; four-year-olds
and up: two and a half miles. George
Eno, 152, O'Bear. 150; M. Cambon, Hi;
Turbine. 141; cThe Welkin, 163; cShannon
River. 138; Maltbie, 149; Relluf, 154;
L'Navarre, 148; Cactus Bud, 140; Yarlco,
123.
cParr entry .
Fifth Race.
Glenmore Handicap; three-year-clds
and upward: one and a quarter miles.
Ringllng, 107; Tale Carrier, 102; Buskin,
113- Ambrose, 98; Goldy, 93; Lochtel. 104:
"Kewessa, 90: Hatteras, 99; Alrey. 105; d
Lahore, 126; d-Bob R., 107; Star Gaze,
108; Barnegat 106.
dTalbot entry.
Sixth Race.
Maiden two-year-olds; five and a
half furlongs. Castara, 109; Ap
Dlauder, 109; The Goat 109: Buzz
Around. 109; Balfron. 109; J. B. May
low. 109: eMaster Joe, 109; Canto,
112: Single Stick. 109: Ha'penny, 112:
CapL Ben, 112: J. J. Llllls, 112; eChief
Magistrate, 109; Runway, 112; Golden
Prime, 109. I
eQulncy stable entry.
Seventh Ear.
Selling handicap; for three-year-olds
and up; one mile and seventy yards.
Altarnaha, 105 ; Yellow Eyes. 108 ; Prince
Ahmea7li3; Pardner, 115; MoUie B.. 112;
Boiling Stone,' 104: Nap'er, 109; Tactics.
.310; Cadeau, 105; Nonpareil, 102; My Fel
low; 105; Barnemt 109.
jKMther clei rack; fait,
FOR CONTROL
N
IIS
Washington Stocks.
GOVERNMENT BOXDB.
Bid. Asked.
U. S. Reg. 2"s Ss 37
U. S. Coupon 2's 96 9SH
U. S. Reg. ?s lOCH 103V4
U. S. Coupon 3's 102H 103H
. S. Keg. 4's 109 111
U. S. Coupon 4's 109?, 111K
GAS BONDa
Georgetown Gas 5's 107
Washington Gas 5's 107 108
RAILROAD BONDS.
Capital Traction R. R. 5's... 107?; 108
Columbia R. R. B's 99
Columbia R. R. 6's 100, -.
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 104 106
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's SO 81
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Potomac Elec. Cons.- 5's 89 9H
Potomac Elec Lt 5's 103
C. oi P. Telephone 5's 102 105
American Tel. & TeL 4's 90
American TeL & TeL 4&'s 90
Wash. Market 5's. liCT 103
Wash. Market 6's. 1947 103
W. M. Cold Storage 5's 103
N. & W. Steamboat B's 104 ...
Rlggs Realty 5's (long) 101H 102
Rlggs Realty B's (short) 103 103
i'l'HUC UTlUTx STOCKS. .
Capital Traction 113 113
Washington Ry. & Elec com. 92 95
Wash. Ry. & Elec pfd S9Vi 90
Wash. Va. Ry. com 51
N. & W. Steamboat. 1S7 200
Washlrwton Gas 84 S4H
Amer. Tel. & Telo 119
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Lansfon Monotype SO S33i
Mergenthaler Linotype 37 219
MINING STOCKS.
Greene Cananea 5
NATIONAL BANK STOCKa
American Nat Bank 158 170
Capital Nat. Bank 200
Columbia National Bank. 250
Commercial Nat Bank 196 210
District Nat Bank. 146 147
Far. & Mech, Nat Bank 226
Federal Nat Bank... 135
Lincoln Nat Bank 165
Metropolitan Nat Bank 190 ...
Rlggs National Bank 650 ?..
Second Nat Bank 151 170
Nat Bank of Wash 220 240
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Security & Trust 299 310
National Sav. & Trust 265
Union Trust 13254 ...
Wash. Loan & Trust 220 240
United States Trust 133 139
Continental Trust 115 116
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
H"mb Savings f. S75
Bank of Com & Sav U ...
East Wash. Savings Bank.... 16 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance.... 11 12
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 19 21
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins. 260 ...
Nat Union Fire Ins 5 ...
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 5 ...
Real Estate Tit' Insurance.. S5
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKa
D, C. Paper MTg-Co 134
Graphophone com. .... ., GO
Graph,ophone pf. SO
Merch. Trans. & Storage 10
Washington Market 17 ...
Sales Today on the
Local Exchange
Capital Traction 5's, $300107?i, $500
107.. $LOOOQ107. $5000107.
Capital Traction, $10114, 20114.
Washington Railway and Electric,
prerered. 10S9H. 5S9.
Washington Gas, 2384. 1084U.
Mergenthaler. 4218,2!ji21S.
Continental Trust 10116.
Real Estate Title, 3S8.
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to The Washington Times by A.
O. Plant & Co., 141S G St. N. W.
Wheat Open. High. Low. 1 p.m.
December h3 S5H So S3
May 90 S0V4 S9;i S9Ti
Corn
December 63U 69H 69 63
May 70,4 70?i 70 70
Army and Nary
ARMY.
The leave of absence cranted Major
KENSEY J. HAMPTON. Quarter
master Corps, is extended to Janu
ary 5, 1914.
The following named officers of the
Quartermaster Corps are relieved
from duty In the Philippine Depart
ment to take errect on or anoui
January 15, 1914. and will then pro
ceed to the United States, and upon
arrival report by telegraph to the
adjutant general of the army for
further orders:
Captain WILSON G. HEATOX and
Captain WILLIAM J. KENDRICK.
First Lieutenant RUSH B. LINCOLN.
Eighth Infantry, is transwerred to
the Third Infantry, to take effect
February 1, 1914. He will proceed
on or about February 15, 1914, to
join his regiment In the United
States.
First Lieutenant CHARLES C HER
MAN. JR.. Third Infantry. Is re
lieved from assignment to that
regiment, to take effect February
1. 1914.
The name of Colonel WALTER K.
WRIGHT. Infantry, Is placed on
the list of detached officers pub
lished in General Orders, No. 34,
March 11. 1S11, War Department
to take effect January 1, 1914. and
the name of Colonel SAMUEL W.
DUNNING, Infantry, is removed
therefrom, to take effect Decem
ber 31. 1913.
Captain G. ARTHUR HADSELL, Third
Infantry, is relieved from duty
with the organized militia of New
York as inspector-instructor and
will proceed to join his company.
NAVY.
Captain IL B. WILSON, detached com
mand North Dakota, to president
board of Inspections and survey for
ships.
Lieutenant Commander I. V. GILLIS,
detached assistant to the naval at
tache, Peking, China, to home, wait
orders.
Ensign D. E. KEMP, detached North
Carolina, to sick leave of absence.
Boatswain B. E. RIGG, detached Al
bany, to home, wait orders.
Chief Machinist CHARLES HAM
MOND, to Intrepid.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Buffalo, at Corinto; Rain
bow, at Olongapo.
Sailed Albany, from Honolulu for
San Francisco. Eagle, from
Chaiif-ston from Guantanamo; An-
for Santa Rosalia. Mcx'lca; New
Hampshire, irom xampico ior vera
Crua.
YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Times' Direct Wlrs.
1:30 Tea.
High. Low. p.m. innM.
Amalgamated Copper 70 C9H 70n I 6SH
Am. Beet Sugar com. 1314 23 23Vi I
American Can 29H 23S 2SH I 29H
American Can, pfd... so 89 S9V4 1 93
Am. a & F. 43 43 43 I 43
Am. Cotton Oil 31 31 3) I 3SH
Am. Smelting 2 KH Olf I 62
Am. Smelting, pfd.... 99W 3 MH'J
American Tobacco...230H aoH 33M 1 231
Am. Teleg. & TU....120? 120 120 1 121
Atchison on, jih m ( 9iiA
Anaconda 34 uh S4 I 3M
B. F. Goodrich jotf 20 20 I 20
Brook. Rap. Trn...S6tt MH M1 W
California Petrol.... 11 is 18 1
Canadian Pao 12114 sj S4WI223W
Central Leather..... 23fc JJH ioHl 22
Chea. A Ohio KM St IH
Chino'Cos. Cop 3S 3t S8H I 38
Chi, MIL St P....10CKISH 100 I tttt
ChL N. W. J261 IK '
Corn Products 9M 9sh IMI Vb
Corn Prod., pfd 66 6i 66
Consolidated Gas. . . J28H 129H 129 1 130
Erie . J0H 2SH J6H I 26
Great Northern pf...ll3 lt3 in 1 123
Interboro Met, 14U 14 14l 14
Interboro Met pf... S3 8 MH I 57H
Lehigh Valley 44 149Vt 4H I ISO
L. & N ISOH 130H 130H 1 131
Mex. Petrol 46 4iV 4iHI 45
Missouri Pao 27 26K 27H I 27
Nat Bis., com an 120 120 1 120
Nev. Con. Cop 15 14 I4T I 15
Norf. A West 102 102 102 1 103
N. Y O. W 2H 26fc 26 I 26H
N. X. N. H. H.... Sltt S0 80 I 61
North. Pae J07 107 107 1107
Pacific Mall 23 22H 23 I 22K
Pea Gas of Chi.. ..422 122U 122 1 122
Penna, R. R. 10 108H 10! i 108K
Ray' Con., Cop 1 17 17 I 18
Reading-. 159 159 ISfVs 1 169
Rep. Iron & Steel 1 1! 19 J
Rock Island 14H I4 14 i 14
Rock Island, pfd.....'. 22U 22 22 I 22
StL.&San F., 2d pfd.. 9 (U tl
Boutb. Pacific 86 65 86V I S5
Southern R. R. 21 2i 2 I 22
Tennerfe Copper..... H 28 28H 28
Union Pacific 149 148 149 : I4t
U. & Rubber, com.... 5TS 63 54 1 67
U. 8 Rubber. 1st pftl02 100 100 1 104
U 8. Steel 55- 54H 5t I 54
U. a Steel, pfd 104H 104 104H104
Utah Copper.. ....50 49H S0! SOU
Wtstlnchouse Electr 65H 65 6SH I 6ii
Wisconsin Central.... 44 44 44 I 44
Woolworth,........ 89 89 (9 I fO
BONDS
Atchison Con. 4's....
B. tc O Gen., 4'a
O, R. I. i Pac, 4's..
O, B. Q.. Jt. 4's..,
In tar. Met. 4's. .
N, Pac., 4's..... .....
Pa. Con., 3's. 1915..
South. R. 6's.
n. Fat Con.. 4's.....
..S3
..91
..53
..91
.. 75
..94
.. 07
n
90
52
94
75
94 V4
97
S3 .1 93
91 I 91
2! 53
94 I C4
75 I 75
Ml H
97' I 97
..103 101, 133 1103
.. H 90 90 I 80
U. S. Steel 2d 6's 100 99, 100 I
New.YorkCurb Market.
Furnished to The Washington Thnes 1 by
Harrlman & Co.. New Tork: G. B. Chloman.
Manager Local Branch. Colorado Building.
231(3. A8K60.
A,l irn OH 22 28
i.ti. rcnlriflAlrt ....... 12
14
Bay State Gas
Braden Copper 0
British CoL Copper 2H
International Rubber 6
Cobalt Lake 4o
Greene-Cananea
Ker LaXe j
La Rose Con I71
Manhattan Transit lft
McKinley-Darragh 1
Nlpisslng Mines 7
Ohio Copper -"
Standard Oil N. J . 375
Tonopah Belmont 7
Tonopah Mining of Nevada... 4
Tri Bullion J
I'nltert Clear Stores 86
6
2
7
&5 I
7
4 '
.9
378
7
4
KT
116
United Cigar Stores pfd HI
Yukon Gold -
Goldneld
Jim Butler
W
1
65
New York Cotton Market.
Furnished o The Washington Times br A.
G. Plant & Co.. 1415 O Bt. N. W.
Open. High. Low. 1 p.m.
January 13.15 13.38 13.11 13.37
December 13.32 13.51 13.27 13.51
FINANCIAL
?
jnltal 31.PKI.000
Earned Surplus LCOO.OW
Your Banking
Connections
reflect, to a great extent,
your business caliber.
Being identified with this
strong old bank indicates
sound business judgment.
In your nnme on our Hat of
01 er 31,000 depositors f
SAMR I14.TU of Interest paid
on both larire and Nmall accounts.
National Sayings and
Trait Company
Corner l.ttk anil N. Y. Ave.
FOWTY-ErcTTH TBAB. J)
The Safest Investments
Are those that de not fluctuate during dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock max.
ksts. First deed of trust notes tftrst mart,
gages), well secured on real estate is ,tb
District ef Columbia, constitute "gilt-edge"
Investments. They de not depend upon the
financial responsibility ot Individuals or cejr
poraUons for their stability, and are exempt
from taxation as psrsonal property. We oas
supply such Investments in amounts from
ISCO upward. Send for booklet. "CoucernUs
Leans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM $
HENSEY CO.,
117 1Mb BT. H. W.
54
First Mortgage
Notei For Sale
Amply secured on high doss real
estate. Why keep money In bank
drawing 11, when It will earn IWSt
Interest?
tyCall. write or phone.
Real Estate Trust Co.
UM Y ST. PbOM lUla iML
T
ON N. y. EXCHANGE
NEW YORK. Nov. 7. There was a
slight recovery after the first few
hours of trading today, from the se
vere slump of yesterday, it being de
clared that the remarks of Jacob Schiff,
in regard to a possible panic from the
lack of the right kind of a currency
measure, had been entirely misinter
preted. It was said today that it was
reports In regard to the remarks of
Mr. Schiff which caused the break yes
terday. Indicative of the difficulty which the
corporations are facing in financing
their needs is the apparent failure of
the city of Chicago to dispose of its
bonds, which it is offering over the
counter. Only $20,000 were sold on the
first day, out of u total of $1,880,000
which must be sold.
The date for subscriptions to the new
bonds of the New Haven, of whlc.
$67,500,000 are to be put out, has been
advanced from November 16 to Novem
ber 26. The bonds have been selling
at a smart premium "when issued."
One of the weakening effects on the
market today was the London copper
market In which the price of the metal
slumDed 10 shllBncs.
The offering by the United Statest
Rubsjer Co., of $9,422,000 of preferred
stock to Its stockholders at par caused
a big drop in the price of the common,
it slumping from 59i, at wMch it open
ed, the same as yesterday's close, to
55, recovering to one-half.
One of tho reports out today to ex
plain the drop of yesterday was that
Lawson was making a drive, and sell
ing thousands of shares of stock in
order to break the market
President Howard Elliott of the New
Haven railroad, today denied the re
port that the Stone and Webster people
would take over the trolley interests of
the New .Haven, either in whole or in
part
Missing Policeman Dropped.
Patrolman John S. Kuster, of the Sev
enth precinct, against whom a charge
of desertion was preferred by Captain
Schneider, was this morning removed
from the force by the police trial board.
The board., which was composed of
Captains Byrne and Elliott and Lieu
tenant Hodges, met. in tho Police Court
building to consider the charge against
KuBter. It was found that he had ab
sented himself without permission. Ku
ster has been missing since last Sun
day. CONSTIPATION
The Most
Ailmeatv. Ihe
Caase'of
.Almost AU
HkKss
If you are constipated, your blood is
full of Impurities : your kidneys arc over
worked: your skin rough and sallow:
your mind inactive: your liver full of
old Dlie; your muscies wean anu uauuy
MUNTON-S PAW-PAW PILLS arouse
the most sluggish liver. If you bloat
after eating, If you have belching of
wind, heartburn, water brash, sour
stomach. If you are nervous, if you aro
unable ao sleep, you need MUNYON"S
PAW-PAW PILLS. Your druggist has
them or can eet them for you. Every
bottle guaranteed to give satisfaction or
LIU
RECOVERY
JIMsssssssssssssI
l,your money reiunaea.
1 I Medical advice free if you writ Mun
l1? ' yon's Doctors, Philadelphia. Advt
The
Munsey Trust
Company
Capital, $2,000,000
Fully Paid In
3
4
per cent paid
on
Checking Account
per cent paid on
Savings Accounts
Interest figured on daily .balances'
the only square way to compute
interest, the only way that gives
the depositor full measure interest.
FRANK A. MUNSEY
Pjetident
Climes
Want
Columns
OCTOBER. CIItCULATION.
DAILY.
Total gross. October. 1913 1.512.s;j
Average gross. October. 1913 67.144
Total net. October. 1913 1.3SI.773
Average net. October, 1913 G0.0G6
SUNDAY.
Total gross, October. 1913 172.70u
Average gross. October. 1913 43.176
Total net. October. 1913 157.493
Average net. October. 1913 39.371
I solemnly swear that the accompanying
statement represents the circulation of The
Washington Times as detailed, and that th
net figures represent, all returns eliminated,
the number of copies of The Times which aro
sold, delivered, furnished, ur mailed to bona
fide purchasers or subscribers.
FRED A. WALKER. General Manager.
District of Columbia, ts:
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 1st
day or November, A. D. 1913.
(Seal.)
THOMAS C. WILLIS, Notary Public
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Gold lorgnette, engraved D. I. J . 1904.
Reward If returned to the Wilmington, 1S11
Wyoming ave.. Apart. 31.
LOST Lady's doublo case Bold watch,
Thursday afternoon. Reward, 235 P st.
N. W.
LOST Riding motorcycle, between War
Dept. and HyattsUUe, Md.; gold watch
fob and charm. Masonic emblem and B. E.
G. Reward for return to 1710 Pa. ave. 1
LOST Scotch collie, tag CU9. Liberal re
ward If returned 430 K st. N. W. 1
LOST Ring. Jj reward for return to 603 A
t. N. E.; plain gold ring engraved. "Lon
nlo to Mullle." 1
LOST Wednesday on Chevy Chase golf
links, brown' fur neck piece. Finder please
return to 1735 Eye st. N. W. Reward. 1
LOST Dog. white French poodle. October 12,
S10 reward If returned to ! C at. 8. E.
LOST Gold enameled pansy breastpin with
diamond center; reward If returned to 1933
S st N. W. 1
LOST Pin. cameo oval, on 17th between K
and De Sales or L between 17th and Conn,
ave.. or on Wisconsin ave. through car to
Tenleytown, about 11 p. in. Oct. 31: highly
valued as a gift from a loved one. Liberal
reward if returned: no questions asked. 1121
17th st.
LOST Tuesday, Oct. 23, on Lincoln Park
car or at 8th and F N. W.. gold eyeglasses
(lorgnette), with gold handle. Reward If
returned to 434 Pa. ave. N. W. 1
LOST Dog; SS reward will be paid for his
return to 1331 Uelmont St.. Apt. No. 1;
medium size collie, male: color golden sable,
with white collar, white feet, and Ut ot
tall: tag SKI; may have about 1 ft. ot chain
en .his collar. Return to above number and
get reward 1 .
FOUND Two hats. 3 coats. 1 toy. II um
brellas', 1 pair rubbers, r suit case, 3 pocket
books, 3 valises, 7 packages. 1 bunch keys. 3
pins. 1 box. 1 ring. 1 cane, 1 pair glasses,
1 pair gloes, 1 handbag. WASHINGTON
TERMINAL CO.. UNION STATION.
HELP WANTED MALE
ACTIVE MEN to clean windows. 625 10th
st. ."N. w.. room i,
BARBER Good, for Saturday, It. SIS 4ft
si. .
BOOKKEEPER Competent, young man with
experience In machine shop. 115 to rtart; i
.nj A n m -nH floor. 703 15th St. N. W.
mm f. .".. " -
BOYS Active colored, wanted with or with
out wheels, about 16 years old. LADIES'
rAPlTAL ILVT SHOP. SOS lltb St. N. W.,
3rd floor.
BOYS over 16 and young men
with bicycles can earn from $1
to $3 per day. Apply
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
COMPANY,
14th and F Sts. N. W.
i
BOV Colored, with bicycle, permanent por
tion and good opportunity for Industrious
boy; state age, reference and former em
ployment. BOX 116. Times office.
BOY Colored, to run errands. J. R. COS
TINETT. 1342 New York ave.
BOYS and young men with wheels, S1.E0 a
day; steady work guaranteed. Apply DIME
MESSENGER SERVICE. 717 12th St. N. W.
UUSHELMAN wanted. MERTZ & MEUTZ.
906 F St. N. W. 1
"BUTLER, colored, 2S; Phlllpplno or Japan
ese cook, private family, good wages;
presser for tailor, S3 to S3 week. EUREKA,
1011 New York ave.
DID YOU NOTICE
That thinly clad newsboy shivering
on the corner T
' YOU CAN HELP HIM I
It sou have any old boys' clothes.
shoes, stockings, and underwear,
drop postal to
THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
WE WILL CALL FOR THEM.
ENGINEER wanted. Apply at
once, CONGER LAUNDRY,
23d and N. Y. ave.
FURNITURE REPAIR MAN
wanted; position to right man.
STAR FURNITURE CO., 905
7th st.
GROCERY CLERK, flrst claw. Apply at
once. 3rd and E sts. N. E.
MAN. colored, experienced as hostler In
livery stable. Rear 1322 Eyo st. N. W.
MAN for grocery storn to tuko orders and
delher goods SCI M st. N. E.
MAN Reliable colored, to drhe 2-horac work
tram at Chevy Chase; permanent employ
ment. FULTON R. GORDON. Colorado
Building.
MEN for light delUery. Apply 7:30 a. m.,
MERCHANTS' TRANS. & STORAGE CO..
rd and B ts. S W. 1
MEN White, for counter and pantry; $10
to III per week. THE CROWN. 1417 New
York Ave. 1
PAPEHHANGEItS. 2, at once; J4 per day.
I'YKERD. 31" Sth St. N K 1
PAPERHANUKRS First-class at once. T.
D. OEORGK. SOSTthst. S. W. 1
PRESSER Flrst-claSH on ladles' and men's
garments; ateaj work and good pay. Geo.
Teihliky. 803 Eye st ,N. W 1
PRESSER First-class; good wages: steady
work 3112 Hth st N. W
PORTER with wheel, who thoroughly un
derstands house cleaning 914 F st. N. W
2S BHOVELERS and brick handlers. NA
TIONAL CI.AY PRODUCTS CO.. 28th and
W sts. N. E.. Ulaeniburg road.
TAII.OR Flint-class for old and new work.
1104 llh st N. W l
TINNER'S HEM'EH-Experlenced. D. J.
MURPHY. 1101 Connecticut axe.
Wanted G. U. Marble Setters by
George A. Fuller Company, Fa
yette National Bank Bldg., Lexing
ton, Kentucky. Wages $5.00 per
day. Job just starting and ap
proximately two months' work.
WANTED Man to learn barber trade; only S
wtrks required, wages after flrst month;
sttudy employment sunranteed; write for
catalogue MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE.
2j7 Ruwery. New York city. 1
WE can show you graduates ho are making
$'0 week, our auto cullcge teaches the short
method; small mat. 119 D N. W. (rear)
WANTED
100 LABORERS,
Pick and Shovel.
South Capitol & R Sts. S. E.
YOUNG MAN White, artlie. IS years of
age. with bicycle, to as&lsl complaint ilerk
Apply II SCHAI'll. GOI.DEMlEltOS
YOl'NG MAN for hotel night clerk with ex
perience. BOX 119. Times office. 1
HELP WANTED MALE
YOUNG MAN, 16 to 20 years In hardware,
paint and agricultural store, one having
some experience preferred: references.
EASTERN HARDWARE CO.. Uth and M
sts. 8. K. 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES To learn French dresscut
tlng. dressmaking, designing, and milli
nery; good positions furnished after learn
ing. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACAD
EMY. Ill G St. 1
BUYER OF SILK and knit underwear and
sweater department; only those with best
references regarding character and ability
need apply. BOX 110. Times office. 1
CANDY GIRL wanted: experienced. Apply
PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. 7th and K sts.
1
GIRL Colored, for general housework. 131S
7th st. N. W.
GIRL White, to assist in making grape
Juice. Apply 1223 Rhode Island ave. N.
W.. 11 a. m. or 7 p. m. 1
GIRL For general housework, at 903 7th st.
N. W.. Mrs. 8 .KAUFMAN. ' !
GIRL For general housework. CI D it
N. W. !
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. Apply 2207
Moss. ave.
KITCHEN MAID White; young, strong and
obllxtng. 1325 16th st. Call Friday bet.
12 and 2, Saturday 12 and 2. 1
LADY CASHIER and help for hotels. BUR
GESS HOTEL AGENCY. Etg 10th St.
RECORD CLERK in laundry office; salary
tS per week. BOX 112. Times office.
SALESGIRLS Experienced, cloak and suit
department. Apply YOUNG & CO., SM
7th st. N. W.
SALESWOMAN First class glove; one who
understands buying; only those with best
references regarding character and ability
need apply. BOX 111 Times office. 1
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter; good
business girl; steady position; immediately.
907 G st. N. W.. office basement.
WANTED Experienced sewers on furs'.
Apply before 10 a. m.'. JULIUS OAR
F1NKLE & CO.. 13th and F sts. 1
WOMAN for general housework. Apply 2731
P st. N. W.
WOMAN Colored, to cook, wash. Iron and
do general housework: good wages; phone
Col. 4G17. Apply 747 Quebec st. N. W.
WOMAN Colored, to do general housework.
witn rercrenoe. waii at wj x.jp i. h..
WOMAN Experienced for art department
and one who can give instructions In
needle work. Apply at once to Manager,
GOLDEXBERG'S, 7th and K sts.
WANTED EXPERIENCED
CLOAK AND SUIT SALES
WOMAN. Apply at
LAUMAN'S, 402 7th st. N. W.
WANTED Skirt hand, a coat helper. Apply
at once. 826 Hth st. N. W. DEL OR0330.
YOUNG LADIES Experi
enced, to operate power sew
ing machines; paid while
learning; steady work all year.
Apply 1225 Pa. ave., 3d floor.
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HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
WANTED:
Everybody and anybody that Is look
ing and wanting to, be Independent by
making themselves
SELF-SUPPORTING
This is open to all men. women, boys
and girls who want to make big
profits at once.
Good Locations Are Now Open
where jou can profitably put la your
time In selling Ihe Washington Times
in the city.
Come in today and ask for Mr. L
Swldler, CIRCULATION MANAGER.
and he will show you how you can
make One Dollar (11.00) the flrst day
and more the next, and still more as
jou go along.
WANTED SALESMEN
TRAVELING SALESMEN, experience mn
necetsary: learn while earning; position as
sured; hundreds opportunities now open.
Write for particulars. BRADSTREET SYS
TEM. Rochester. N. Y.. Dept. 35. 1
SITUATIONS WANTED
Male.
HOTEL NIGHT CLERK; experienced middle-aged,
settled; best references In city.
Address BOX 120. Times office.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
FISHER'S AGENCY. 419 10th St. N. W.
HELP SUPPIOED.
Da. week, or month.
Phone Main 2S13.
PERSONAL
MRS. MACE PARTRIDGE.
SPINOLOGIST.
2723 Hth St. N. W. Phone Col. 344L
T t TCQ n A TXT MANICURING AND
illiOO OiiXtN, tfCALP TREATMENT.
716 7th N. W.. Apt. 1. Open eves. Ph. M. 7123.
1
MISS JAMRRON. Manicure, face massage
and scalp treatment. 1304 G st. N. W.. 2nd
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
V
MISS ALLEN ftcTOcMS,.
ment: Manicurlug. 815 U st. nw.. 2nd floor.
MRS. D. R. WHEELER.
Mechano-Theraplst.
1U2 N. Y ave. N. W M. 3373. 1
DANCING
COULTER and LADY REYNOLDS, experts
In tho lattst dances 220 Eye st. N. W.
Classes Tuesdays. Phone Main ST97. 1
QUICK METHOD All latest dinces taught
prlate any hour, class lues. & Sat., 7.30 les
son Wo. 6 tor J.S0. PROF. WY.N'DHAM 811
12th nw. Lady assistant. Phone Main K79.
MISS CHAFPELEAH. 1312 Q st. N. W. Ph.
N. GSH. Fish Walk, newest tangees. one
step, and. all tho latest dances taught; pri
vate Unsons any hour: hall for rent.
ASSEMBLY DANCES. Tburs. & Sat. eves..
Nafl Rifles Armory. Davison's. Prof. A
Mrs.. 713 6th N. W. All dances Hesitation.
Boston. Tango, trot. 1-step. walk: any hour
with music Class & dance Tue. eve. M. 46H.
GLOVEK'S. 613 22nd ST. N. W.. Ph. W. 1123
Prt. lessons any hour. 50c Flshwalk. one
step. Boston. Tango, waltz. 2-step. Class &
dance. Tue.. Thur.. Sat. eves.. 50c Ladles free,
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING SCHOOL. 100 EYE ST. N. W.
Ph. Main 2S43. Dance Every Monday evening
PEAKE'S DANCING STUDIO Fish walk
taught In one lesson; Argentine Tango,
Dips long and short Boston, lessons any
hcur; social dance every Monday evening.
Levi! Hall. 1502 14th at. N. W. Select.
SELECT PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Tanco. Boston. Trotting. Dips. Hesitation.
rtc. Btlasco Theatre. 6th floor M. 6328-Y.
DANCELAND. tth and O sts. S. E. Dancing
Mon.. Wed.. & Sat. eves.. 8:30 to 12: schol
ars' class 7 to i Mon . Wed.. & Sat, eves.
HOUSE REPAIRING
PAPERHANGING. reduced rates; guarantied
roof repairing" and pointing LACEY
HOUSE REPAIR CO.. (07 N. Y. ave. VI. Kl.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Famisfced.
Noithwest Section.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES BOARD
ING AND ROOM DIRECTORY
CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE
FOUR SECTIONS OF THE CITY
FACILITATES EASY REFERENCE.
EYE ST. N. W.. 01-Large rooms, base.
ment. for light housekeeping; hot-water
heat; reasonable.
H ST. N. W., 421-One large furnished room
with kitchenette; well heated; reasonable.
H ST. N. W.. 113 Two furnished large
rooms. second floor front; southern
exnosure: for L h. lc: all amvMtlnrfla
and other rooms. !
F ST. N. W., 2004 Single rooms, 312 per mo.;
double lit. Phone West 1400.
O ST. X. W., 10 Two nicely fur. well
heated rooms, near bath; 1. h. k. per
mitted. Q ST. N. W 1202 Large front warm roems,
single and double.
VT. AVE. N. W., 1024 Newly fur. rooms,
with table board: transients: M. S573.
EYE ST. N. W.. Jl Two nicely fur. ran.
for couples; hot water heat; reasonable.
MASS. AVE., 455 Fur. rooms for l.h.lc:
heat and gas; 32.50 per week. 1
IND. AVE., N. W.. 214 Large sunny rooms,
front and back. 2nd and 3rd floors: bath
on 2nd floor; well heated. !
10th ST. it. W.. U07 -Nicely rur. 2nd floor
front rooms; heat, gas; transients; LhJc
FA. AVE. N. TV., 1208 Rates to permanenU
exceptionally low for; winter; strictly mod.
: 1
II ST. N. W., (222 rooms on second floor,
furnished for 1. h lr Slxi llrn tmnt
room. i
N. J. .AVE. N. W 7082 cheerful sunny
wiMt u. mr nouscKecping or otnerwise.
!
NICELY" furnlsned room; private family.
Phone' CoL ljgX. p
MASS. AVE. N. W., 14S3-Furnixhed rooms
... ...... .fc,t mwmj. mifc.wet, ieicpuoac
G ST. N. W., 427 Large front rooms, house
keeping: well heated: reasonable.
H ST. N. VT.. 4122nd floor, large front
room, dining room. kltchenett sink, gas
range, steam heat, porch. 320.
6th ST. N. W.. 715-Large front rm.; 2d floor;
also back room; running water; phone.
3rd 8T. N. TV., 604 Two large, bright, parlor
rooms; completely fur; for L h. k.; bed Ond
table linen; gas Included; also two rooms on
bathroom floor; all newly papered and
pointed.
Uth ST. N. W.. 1108Second and third story
front rooms; newly furisheed; steam
heat. , i
Slh ST. N. W.. 1316 Large bay window
room; 2d floor: 2 rooms; flrst floor; priv
ate famUjri i
N ST. N. W., SIS Parlor and bedroom com
municating; good board near by; and single
room. i
Uth ST. N. Wi, 7102 communicating rooms,
steam heat; all conveniences; gentlemen
preferred. xm
22nd ST. N. W.. U Richly rur. parlor bed
room. $3 wk.; other rms. 32 wk.; near depts.
. !
Uth ST. N. W.. 820 Furnished oroms for I.
h. k. i
O ST. N. W.t 12033 nicely fur. rooms; suit
able L h. k.; with good family rates.- mod
erate. !
3rd ST. & MASS. AVE. N. W. Two front
rooms; hot water heat; gas. bath; $4 per
week.
6th ST. N. W., 725H-One nicely fur. room
tor couple or gentleman: with reflned fam
ily. 1021 VERMONT AVE. Suite of rooms, with
bath: other front rooms; home table.
6th ST. N. W 1213 Desirable rooms for
1. h. k.: cheap. Call after 4:30.
6th ST. N. W 410 Blight airy .com. rooms;
steam heat, hot water all hours; modern
bath rooms. 31.50 per week and up. or by
day, week or month.
2nd ST. N. W.. 629 Four, richly fur. roetns
with private family; will rent for L h. k.
O ST. N. W.. 44 Two nicely fur. rooms for
gentlemen only 32.25 per week.
6th ST. N. W 715 Large room. L h. It: hot
water heat; 312 per month.
3rd ST. N. W.. 215 Beautiful bright sunny
south front rooms: nicely furnished: olio
other large and small well furnished rooms;
southern exposure. 1
EAST CAPITOL ST., 645 Large nicely fur.
southern rooms, adjoining bath; hot
water heat. 1
Uth ST. N. W.. ill Bedroom and kitchen
ette for light housekeeping; downtown sec
tion: 14 per week. 1
G ST. N. W., 417 Front and connecting
southern exposure; gentlemen or house
keeping: all conveniences.
INDIANA AVE. N. W.. 330 Comfortable.
well-kept rooms: near Union Station: op
posite Pension Office Park: hot-water heat;
continuous hot-water; phone Main 79S6. !
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W.. 1035 For house
keeping, three completely fur. warm, fr nt
rooms: gas range; CO per month. 1
I ST.. 2001 Elegant suite of 2 large connect
ing rooms; 2nd floor; so. front; adjoining
hot bath: one or both; phone 7177 M.
PA. AVE. N. W.. WIS Seta of 2 housekeep
ing, modern. 312 up Phone M. 7177.
Northeast Section.
Hth ST. N. E., 624 Two rooms, bath, gas
range; no children. Phene Line. 1373. 1
U ST. N. E., 332 rooms, kitchenette, back
porch, partly furnished for light house
keeping. 1
F ST. N. E.. 311 Large bright room; goed
neighborhood: private family. 1
7th ST. N. E., 633 Well furnished room ad
joining bath and porch, h. w. h: conven
ient to Union Station and Printing Offlce;
for gentleman: only 32.50 per week.
MD. AVE. N. E.. 301 Large furnished cor
ner room; very near Library and Capitol;
gentlemen only. 1
Southeast Section.
A ST. S. E.. 320 Rooms IS and CO: electric
lights, hot water heat. Phono -Line. 84.
ROOMS AND-BOARD
Northwest Section.
Uth ST. N. W.. SOS Furnished rooms, single
and double, with board; steam heat and
private bath. J
O ST. N. W 1214 Desirable rooms and
board with private family, homo comforts:
all conveniences. N. 5755. 1
15th ST. N. W 133a Room and board; pri
vate family: all conveniences. N. 152S-M.
GRANT PL. N. W If Beautifully furnished
rooms, with excellent board. 120 per month;
with two In a large room. A'
NICELY FUR. ROOM, southern expos
ure: Jewish family; German cooking. Ap
ply BOX 109. Times offlce. 1
Uth ST. N. W., Sll Furnished parlor with
home cooking: 145 per month for two. 1
tth ST. N. W 824 Front rooms, board. 15
week: table board. 33.50. 6 o'clock breakfast.
K ST. N..W.. U1S Select place to room and
board; warm rooms: excellent table; trans.
VT. AVE. N. W.. 1024 Newly fur. rooms.
with table board; transients. M. S373.
Northeast Section.
EAST CAPITOL ST. 154 Large room, well
heated and nicely fur.: with board: rea
sonable. 1
TABLE BOARD
THE ALABAMA. Hth ST.. COR. N Apt
105. neat, attractive dining room: borne
cooking; reasonable rates. l
FOR RENT ROOMS
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PHjJuADErLPHIA. X
NEW TORK. ?
Call, Write or Phone- t
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i The Washington Times, f
iimiiii t-MM tin tiniij:
Horthwest Section
10th ST. N. W.. 1112 3 rooms and bath: 2nd
floor; 322 month. je
H ST. K. W- 39-a unfur. rooms. Lh-fc.
i wfc. i?.uu. i
1st ST. N. W 124 Three unfurnished rooms
, heat, gas; L h. k.; private family: terms
reasonable. j
Hortheast Section.
Uth ST. N. E.. 6242 unfur. rooms, 291
floor, near bath; Til; heat, gas, phone.
Southeast Secties.
SOUTH CAP. 3162 rooms and bath; St; 1
room and both. 35 per mo.; near CopitoL
!
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished or UnfurniaaeC
Northwest Section.
5th ST. N. W.. ,720 Furnished and -unfurnished
rooms for housekeeping: also room
with board: hot-water heat: gas range and
sink; private IX required; special rate where
several go in one room. Coll at HUDSON'S
2nd ST. N. W.. US-Clean heated rooms;
single or together; furnished and unfur
nlshed: cheap. j
M ST., 3132 fur. or unfur. rooms, suitable
L h. It: hot-water beat; private family.
- !
H ST., HC Several rooms, fur. or unfur.:
suitable for painting or muslo studios;
Main 6671. 1
Business uur r unities
MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS,
913N.Y.Ave.N.W.
LUNCH ROOM, near 15th and New Tork
ave. nw.; splendid equipment; receipts S4&
per day; don't miss this opportunity
LIGHT GROCERY and cigar store; must be
sold; your price takes It; best location:
owner away.
ROOMING HOUSE. 12th at. near-Bye-nw..
beautiful new furniture. IS rooms: all
filled : asking 3325.
SEE US to buy pr sell 20 other rooming
houses: see our list before you buy; you
will eventually deal with us.' why not now?
MARSHALL BUS. -BROKERS,
913 New York ave.
SPECIAL BARGAINS:
CORNER rooming house S.'E. 1450
CIGAR, newsstand, etc.. N. W. 430
GROCERY. Balston. Va.; rent 310 503
DELICATESSEN STORE. N. W.: rooms 500
DELICATESSEN and fancy grocery;
14U1CT 49OO
GROCERY 8. E.: cheap rent.. ..1.100
MOTION PICTURE theater; 1-3 Interest 2.000
LUNCHROOM; business section 2,000
COAL and wood yard N. W. .C. 2.000
CIGAR, periodical store.... 2.509
FURNITURE, storage business 5.500
TO BUY OR SELL STORES SEE US.
NEW TORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1422 T.
FOR SALE Barber shop; 6 choirs taken:
week. 396. 3100. 310C. 3110. and 3120: cheap,
rent; long lease.. L owned this business tea
years; reason for sale, leaving for Greece.
Apply 205 4H st. N. WVtoear Pa. ave.) 1
NOTICE TO LADIES
FURS, scarfs, muffs, repaired, cleaned and
rellned; eipert furriers.. We also trim, hats
with furs. F. ROSGO. 312 14th nw. M. 5417.
1
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER LADIES
and gent's suits, pressing, cleaning, repair
ing and rest) ling: postal or phone M. 4376.
WASH. TAILORING CO.. 921 O st. N. W.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH- Free lec
tures tor women Wednesday. 3 p. m. Nat
ural non-surgical cloth bound 400-pags book
free. 916 Colorado Building.
WORKINGMAN'S WANTS
WORK1NGMEN There's no dickering or
persuading you to buy. the value sells our
goods, and cash saved brings you again,
new pants $1.50 to J3: slightly used good
suits and flne lot overcoats 33 to 310; one
price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D. 1
CLAIRVOYANTS
MADAM FIELD g-" .
separated. Satisfaction. Open Sundays
readings 50c and 11. 122S 7th st. nw. Every
thing repeal sd.
MADAME CATHERINE
PALMIST AND CARD READER.
Located Hero 14 years. 503 5th st. N. W.
- !
Consult Zenita 5? evxUa-
15S2 14 th st! N. W.
FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double
Seeing Powers. Future, courtship, mar
Mage, business: guaranteed. 1215 Eye st
N. W. !
FLORENCE
2Sc and 50c
716 7th St. N. W.
Late of Balto. Scientific Card Reader. Satis
faction guaranteed or money refunded. Apt. i.
SPIRITUALISM
MRC2 WHITP Will nae veance everj
iimo. wnnc Wednesday, Friday and
Sunday evening at S o'clock. Can be scene
dally. 715 22nd st. N. W.
MEETINGS Monday, Wednesday. Friday. I
p. m. sharp; a message to each; daily read.
ings. Mrs. J. E. Maltby. 507 Ml Vernon pL
nw.. back ot Carnegie Library Phone M. 37PS
MRS. MAMIE STEVES .nd
Instructor ot spiritual school; private reading
given dally. 315 N. J. ave. se. Ph. Line. 2013.
MADELINE CURTIN. Healer and lnstructoi
In Hlgh-Grade Holy Spiritual Work and
School Readings dally. 408 2nd st, N. E.
MRS. K. ROTH Seance meeting TuesdJ)
and Thursday eves.. S o'clock sharp; read
lngs daily: Anacostla cars. 700 6th St. S. E.
PALMISTRY
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 25c
Open Nights. 1723 Sth St. N. W.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
STORAGE BATTERIES otten need a lltil
attention; we have a man who knows tiox
to tak care of them. CARROLL ELK.
TlBCAL CO.. 514 12th st. N. W. M. TI20. 1
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