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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20: 1914.
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AD
SHOW WINS
ME OF PRAISE
Managers of Exhibition at Con
vention Hall Are Congratu
lated Today.
By HAE3Y WARD.
Members of the "Washington Auto
mobile Dealers' Association today are
being congratulated on the successful
opening of their show Monday night.
While thousands of people stood fit
attention In Convention Hall, President
Wilson, at his office n the "White
House, at 8 o'clock, touched a button
establishing an electrical connection
-h!ch switched on thousands of elec
tric lights, rang chimes about tho hall
and unfurled an immense American
lias.
A3 the national colors unfolded the
Marine Band played "The Star-Spangled
Banner," while the show visitors
entered. It was said to be the most im
pressive opening of an automobile show
that has ever taken plate. .
The display of cars Is imposing, ajid
ranges from the natty little roadters
to the powerful seven-passenger limou
sines. More than seventy-five cars are
en exhibition, representing thirty dif
ferent makes. There is also a display
of trucks, while tho thousand-and-one
things that add to pleasure and com
fort are exhibited
Lighting Effects Good.
Never before have the decorations
and llshting effects been as beautiful as
at the present show. The color scheme
is cold and white. The entire ceiling of
Convention Hall Is canopied in these
colors, and the same effect is carried
out on tho sido walls.
Tho floors are carpeted with crecn
burlap. Each stand is marked by wnlte
pillars with sido arms and surmounted
by an electric globe. Trailing smllax
and wreaths aro used to advantage.
The crowd last night is said to be
the largest that has ever attended am
previous event of tho kind here. It
Is estimated C,OCiO people were in the
hall during tho evening.
Aside from the fine display of cars
and accessories tho concert given by
the Jilarine Band, under tho leadership
of Lieut. "W. H. Santolmenn, was one
cf the features of the evening. The
show will be open each day from 10:30
o'clock in the momfnsr until 10:50 at
nlcht, and there will be concerts by
the band every afternoon and evening.
Sold First Car.
There was rivaJry among the dealers
as to who would make the first sale
at the show. It was a close race be
tween the Hudson Automobilo Com
pany and the Probey-Hayncs Companj
but It appears the honors "went to the
former. The rale was a jlx-cyllnder
Huflron cabriolet, the buyer being Mrs.
R. S. Downs, wife of the manager of
the Shorcham Hotel. Imnr.ediately fol
lowing the announcement ot this salr
came -word from the Haynes booth that
Louis S. Kann had curcnascd a fiie
paasencer. clx-cy Under touring cai.
-Ainong those attending the opening
were Joseph I. Saks, Dr. John R. Sharp,
Dr. TV. A. Warfield, of Alexandria, Sol
Lansburgh, H. C. C. Stiles, J. J. Haas,
A. G. Batchelder. chajrman of the
executive committee of the American
Automobile Association. S. A, Luttrell,
W. p. Richard, Frank P. Martin, Johns
town, Pa Lester D. Moore, Capt, J. T
Rose, E. K. Fox. Gardner Orme,
Charles Orme. Capt. John T. Crossley.
Among the factory representatives at
tending the show aro George II. Strout,
general sales manager of the Haynes
utomoblle Cornpans'. Kokomo, Ind..
and John Guy Monlhan. of the Cole
Motor Car Company. Indianapolis Both
attended the New York and Philadel
phia shows, and next week they will be
at the Chicago show.
The "Washington show is one Of the
best I have nor .-ecu said Mr. Strout,
and the promoters are to be congratu
lated on the wm in which thev have
staged the exhibition The decorations
and lights are partli ul.irl effective
Automobile Show Notes.
Duplicating his performance at last
Star's show. Bruce Emerson yestenl.iv
drovo a Detroit electric up the incline
that runs into Convention Hill This
Incline has a rise of about sixty degrees,
and Emerson sent the machine up at a
good clip. Ho carried two passengers.
Lieutenant Santlmann has arranged
h particularly attractive musical pro
cram for Thursday which will be
J1?? J.8.,."81613' Dav-" Imitations
to attend the show that night have been
fc'nt to President and Mrs. Wilson.
Members of the Cabinet. Senators, Con
creesman. and other prominent In of
ficial and social life.
One of the novelties av the show is a
foot-rest heater, a po. lion of the
heated gases from the exhati3t of the
car pass through flexible metallic tub
ing on the side nearest rhe exhaust and
pass off as cold air on the other.
R. S. Woodhull. sales manager of the
Ohio Electric Car Com.iany. is in
charge of the companv's exhibit at the
how He expects to p!a;e ,-n agency
'or the car during the, ,vck.
W D Arribon, who participated In
to two Munscv tours several jears
ago. has been appointed sa'es manager
of the Flory & Sanford Co Mitchell
agents, and has cliarge of the com
pany's exhibit of Mitchell ca.-s at the
show.
Browne Funeral Awaits
Word From His Son
Awaiting a reply from th little
boy "who a-atited his father to be
Proud of him," Congressman William
vent of California and labor leaders
"tvho have Interested Uiemselveii in
insuring a suitable burial for ?arl
Hrowne, have agreed that If no word
Is received by tomorrow morning, the
body will be buried in Glenvvood
I'eruetery
Funeral arrangements neily had
been completed vesttrdav when a let
r from ten-year-old Ollbert Drovrae
-as received at the "labor knight's"
rrmr address. It was postmarked
Oakland. Cal. and telegrams were
sent to that city in an effort to gsl
Into communication with the boy
Changes Announced in
Department of Commerce
The temporary appointment of Miss
Wlr-ileth Prender as clerk at T30O in
the bureau of foreign and domestic
cr-mmerce. Department of Commerce,
i.as teen extended.
:tra. Mary O. Harding, clerk at $1,000.
'n tho bureau of the census, lias re-
Il-TtCd.
In the bureau of standards, Emery L.
-asler, laboratorv assistant, has been
promoted to JlOO. and Albert V LIufrlo
lias been promoted to laboratory assis
tant at ssoa
LOST AND FOUND
525 REWARD!
l-onlcs' platinum ring, set with 3 small
diamond' and 2 rubles Dropped on floor
liclasco Thejier Morulas evenlnB or oi street
nf(r pufcrmance rindcr notliv orTIcc at
llotlWIlard
BILL HOLDER Gentleman s folding, Sat
urlaj , containing inone and check, ninic
printed or folder Reward f returned t.,
J. N. WELCH. IX 17th et. X. W.
HEAVY GOLD CHAIN with locket attached.
on Saturday. January 17. Reward at JO
Oak wood Terrace;
MESH P.G Silver Return with key to
J03 FalLstone Courts. Keep money for
reward 1
Pl'RSE Mack leather, on Tth at. car of
r st-. Mcnrtav Finder please return to
"i W C A.. J56 F N. TV. Reward 1
SIGNET RING "L V. 8" Return to 4W
3d st N W. LlVrat reward
SILT ER CHA11M or brooch, on January 13
on Mt. Pleasant car; good reward If ro-
turned to 16M Euclid st.
SKTE TERRIER White hair back of neck;
squirrel talL Reward. Apply Supt.. Jen
ifer Hide . Tth and D 1
HELP WANTED MALE
BOYS Colored, with bicycles for special d
llterv service. Apply at once. MR EL
GIN, phipplnc Department. GOLDENBERO.
HOT White with wheel, to run errands. M3
.Irnol btdc
E)P Ten. with wheels, sood p5 and
chance for advancement. Apply rear 920 E at,
DRIVER Wagon; must know clti well and
brlnjr best refs Apply P K. CIIAPO
NON CO
GOVERNMENT CLERKS to read Civil Ssr.
vie j Weekly. Civil Service Macaalne. all
newsstands. I
WANTED Colored men wishing positions as
sleeping car porters or train porter on
first-class roade near Washington, write
headquarters for application blank, no ex-perirdt-e
necessary Railroad pa-ses ana
uniforms arranced for. Steady work, ftt
to lt) month INTER RAILWAY, Dey
:c4 Indianapolis, Ind. 1
SALESMEN Several good; good proposition
for hustlers. J. W. GRIMSBY. 1S53 Sth st.
NJJ 1
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, only
few weeks required; wages after first
month; steady position guaranteed: writ for
catalogue.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE.
207 Bowery. New York city.
YOUNG MAN about 14. to collect: must ride
wheel: good future offered right man. BOX
KS. Tinea office.
YOl NQ MAJJ with good education for office
work who can Invest JI50; agreeable work
and excellent future. Call 910 Washington
Loan and Trust Bldg.
Y'OVNO MAN. 17 jears of age. as collector,
w ith wheel. Apply at once. 610 Bond bide.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to learn French druscut-
ting, dressmaKlng, designing, and millinery;
good positions furnished after learnlqr.
New York Millinery Academy, 111S O st. 1
BOOKKEEPER and girl to stay In store.
DRY CLEAN & DYEING. ja Mt. Pleas
ant st
CUTTER Experienced, for ladles' and chtl-dn-ii
e regulation work. Call 1623 II t.
I VV vrmy and Navy Co.
GLOVES SALESWOMAN Flra-clus; one
who understands buying; only these with
best reference regarding character and
abllltt ncd apply. BOX SO. Tlmea office. I
1' LNG LADY White, assistant waitress
aid general work. Hours 7:30 tov.5. DAIRY
LUNCH Id and C sts N W
MILLINER Experienced. Apptj BOX t53.
Times oftice. 1
WOMAN Neat colored, for ecrubblng 31
l"a. avc N. W.
HELP WANTED
Mole and Female.
WANTELV-Bnyer for - silk and
knit underwear and sweater dc
partment Only those with best
references regarding character and
ability need apply. Box 177,
Times Office.
WANTED Hotel help for all departmente.
Bl'RGESS' HOTEL AGENCY. SOS 10th.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Male.
WANTED-BY TAST TTPIST
EVENING WORK.
t'ndcrwood typewriter.
Experienced
BOX 430. TIMES OrFICE
!
TINNER Experienced sheet metal orVert
steadv position in good Job shop. S3 per day.
TINNER, General Delivery, Brentwood, M.t.
HOUSE l'AINTER. paperhanger. plasterer,
kaltoir.iner wants norK. room papered, (3;
paiiitec!. $2.75. I. GOLDBLATT. SOS 2Ind nw
B RBER Colored, In first-class shop. 401
II t. N. W.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Female
STENOGRAPHER Competent woman wants
position, or In hotel or boarding house.
BOX 434. Times office !
FOR RENT ROOMS
Famished.
G ST N W , M7 Large furnished rooms;
tam hit dll conveniences, to couple or
Eentieman inquire Meienger Office
id ST N w m $1 week, attractive sullo
of two communicating parlors, light house
keeping, adults
D ST N W , 311 Large wnrm ,nnt room,
southern ixponurc, housekeeping, reason
able. Jth ST X E . IT. Exoeelinglj handsome
nwlv papre4 n-ll hat-l two .ind three
loom flats eifgantly and mii"l''tely fur
nished for horn KerpWe very rionable
Sth ST . 73--Rooms J7 and 110 rr mo . by
ve'k if desired. ccntrjll Ijcated. tran
iilentt H ST N t . U Large heated room. SS per
month i
L SI N w !ie Fur ltan room. In quiet
horre, c a month i
II ST N . Sl Fur rtMlnv In qult
heal and hot-water i
NEW JERCEV AVE N W. 7r.,-To fur
K-nd Hour room!, well liat-i. IBht
houfe, kcpfnic
Sid hT . 1K3 Nlra-ly fur llat. 3 rooms, neir
luth If desired. rrHFonible
OREGON AVE. N. . ISOI-Funuthfd ,0gin,
tl V Per week, h li Apartment 3
K ST N W . IS Nicely furnished rooms;
sinaie ana uuuuie noi-water heat
lL.li ST N W . 1333-One email room, de
Klrable home ami
FA AVE N. W . 131S-S!ncIe reoirut. steam
lieat. K up. Phone M 7177
FOR RENT ROOMS
Unfurnished.
md ST N E 18-Three unfurnished rooms
m! floor. L h. k . near CapltoL Llbrarj .
reasonable
1R00MS AND BOARD
M ST N W. 511 Hrst-class table board;
men oiy. teiw. .giy iciiaunauie J
A ST N E . lZ One largo front room,
touthern exposure, good table j
ila ST N W.. S:4 Room and board, 13 per
neck, table board n.50, $ o clock breakfast
Utli ST., 2107 C fur. rooma; two large frost;
side; hot-water beat, private family;
with or vtthout board. i
VAC-CLOTHES WASHERS.
innn m'Kcial. sau;.
XUUU jjomestU Utilities Vacuum
r!Aflia WamhArs whtli fhA last in.. A-l..
first prlre hand !Hc vacuum washer Orig
inal price. j.4u
HOAUi tiOSt-btlllta, im u st. N W
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ROIAL LIULDLE ELECTRIC COF
FEE MILL. Direct current: j horse
power. Good as new
Apply SUPT HECUT CO
DAYTON COMPUTINGME-VTSCAU:.
Has glass platform; 30-lb. capacit).
Computes accurately from 4c to 3uc.
Applj SUIT. HECHT & CO.
SALVAGE left from our recent
fire; stock can be seen from 9 till
3 Wednesday, and estimates re
ceived. AMERICAN 5 AND 10C STORES.
HOKF FURNITURE CO.
CHAIRS, ric. iron beds $1, bureaus. J3; chif
foniers, J3; wash Hands. 60c; sideboards.
JI..U, iron springs, J1.S0; pillows, :Jc; Boston
couches. Jl.M, mattreeses, crockery, matting,
ever thing cheap. IS 10th at. N. W.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
Blue-white diamond; 1-3 karat; will sac
rifice for $23.
L'lue-whlto diamond, about 3-4 karat; will
satrilice tor fsu.
Call at A KAIIN'S. 935 F N. W.
CONTENTS of t-room apt , cheap; apt. for
rent; leaving citj. "!7S Tth st.
S100
$175
CASH UI'KIGHl PIANO, used
one month.
CASH, STANDARD UP.UIGHT.
brand new.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO..
1307 G Street.
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DCST-KILL-
;G FLOOR OH. keeps the floors clean
and bright and gives them a polished fla-
lsh.
60s OAU, DELIVERED.
113 PA. AVE. N. W. PHONE M. 5CS
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER Nearly new:
three n-onths for : or will sell cheap on
easy monthly payments. 29 T st. N. W.
Phone North 7WS
FOR SALE or rent, fine-toned upright piano.
Room 17. 1336 New York ave.
fl2S CASH Upright Piano; used 3 months;
cost ftw, la perfect condition. BOX 275.
Time onlce. 1
WAN I ED MISCELLANEOUS
WAMtu-Furniture or casli. Sell jour
coods to the man who give: you tha moat
money. Sea HOfWOOD tth and K. 1
HIGHEST l'JULlia pa.4 tor oia gold, silver
and diamonds FOR MANUFACTURING
PUia'ObES.
SAKS OITICAL CO. 708 7th St. N. W.
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn clothing,
either Ladles or gentlcmcc's; send postal,
will talL B. TARSHES. 13V3 7th su N. W.
Fhone North Ui.
tLOa
All kinds of sewing machines repaired and
warranted. I'bone or postal.
UPI'ENUUlMEK'S.
800 E st. N. W. 1
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
GROCERY Best N W section, an exclusive
and paying place, rent 13, do not buy be
fore seeing this place. Listed Jan. IV.
CIGAR STORE Carrying a fresh stock of
goods, modern fixtures, Z thing; rooms; rent
115 Listed Jan IS
DIMNG ROOM In apt lioue: rent (15.
large business, price 1175.
ALSO Rooming House near Capitol and Li
brary; rent J5. price IM.
ROOMING HOUSE Central N. W ; nlco
furniture, asking $300.
ROOMING HOLSE ISth st . near F. 15
rooms, 6 baths, give away at 6W
ROOMING HOUSE Same location, income
Jill; per month
SEE US TO BL"1 OR SELL, rive places
listed esterday Get our large list of ex
clusive bargains All paid listings
MARSHALL BUS BROKERS. M3 N V. ave.
INEPECT our -choice exclusive list of room
ing and boarding house, lunch rooms,
llQuor, grocery, drug and cigar stores, pool
roome, etc Our offices are headquarters
for business places
LIGHT GROCERY, central nw . rent IIS,
E-rooms; gtvo aa at , grocery in Lau
rel, Md., at atractlve price or Invoice, cor
ner grocery nw , cist prisent owner 11,150,
want offer about 1575. rent 135.
WANTED hardware storo. millinery buffl
ncex and moving picture theater for casli
clients, nlso want grocery or clgir stores to
trade tor good property well rented, subject
to small trust.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. H23 T
FOR SALE-
Eleven-room house for sale, one bio k eat
of Llbrery. must be sold JC i'V furnished.
Worth fS.000.
WORTH INVESTIGATING
3 Jr.l bT s K
FOR SALE One of the best photograph gal
leries in Atlantic Clt , fluent bcich front
location, big business, bargain A LIN
COLN MYERS. Atlantic C1H N -T
HAVE A BUSINESS PROPdSITION Need
some money, or party, lad or gcntluruu
with aliillly. to get the nioiej Prospects
enormous and right hen Tor details and
personal Interview, adilress BOX 42 Times
oftlcc.
WANT a man to take active prt In a grow
ing manufacturing drug specialty burluess
in Baltimore, n chance in lifetime, must In
vest from J,W1 to S5.CO0, only thote who
mean business need, appl BOX 3T7. Times
office.
VALl'ABLF. BLSIM.S.- 'OR a Iwr-al l
if sold immedlatelx OWNER, dl Oth st.
N E '
PARTNER with J75 to take half Inter, nt In
good paving club, qukk Apply IltJK 4J5.
Tin office
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
We arc continually
adding
new tle faes and onitiu- .'.
atiiiK clever Ideas for otir .'.
benotit Know what you warn ;
t
V
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v
l
and Blve It to ou ncn oit :
I want It.
"Small work exclu- :
I sivclv.
Lewis M. Thayer,
Printer, 507 13 Hi St.
2-H-H-H-
BUltCLAR protection, night wjtih burglar
alarms guarantee protection against burg
lars, fires, blank cartridge put on. doors o i
window-., price 50c. .Storn 13)7 It t .N W 1'
WORKINGMEN Some method should be
found ho that moncv would but mora, ne
are trying our way. and It works very fair.
surely la saving casn to somi men on slight
ly used suits and oeicoats $3 to $10. see us.
one price JfSTH s OLD STAND. 61 D 1
-CARPET CLEANING, sanitary process, also
rug wen-line jiu erYLiie,i. i-ce.ir'et.,
C-I11 10th st S W Main 2W4-M. 1
RUGS WOVEN like new. guaranteed 5 years;
carpet cleaning. OLD LAUREL ECLIPSE.
JC9-311 10th rU b. W Main K54-M
l"OR RENT Llectric and hand vacuum
. .-. e, m.k .fdu tin Tffl. k.' 1 Vinv i l
phon.) Main 4155.
I-PIECE parlor suites upholstered in tapes
try, $ up. Free deliver satisfaction. Acme
Uphol t-a. 57 H st. N. W Line. iaiS-M.
ONLY up-to-date full drcu and tuxedo suit
for hire. M T. PIMES. Merchunt Tailor,
IKK 7tn st. N. W. Phone Main 211.
SPECIAL NOTICES
OFKICI, OF TIIU WASHINGTON GAS
LIGHT COMPANi. WaMiinnion. D C.
January I6tli. 1311 In accordance with Sec-
' ,!.... ... .1. ... . .. I ....!.. .
,vM o ui uio i niirier me innuti iiivuiuih
tlie shareholders or ihc Washington Ua
Llcht Company for tlie eltrtlun of Dlre ton
unit for such othei bUKlms as may properly
iomio before said .rncctlnc; will ! held nt tho
office of the luinpaii, Nus tl3-117 llHh St.
N. W. MONDAY. February 2nd. 1311. at K
o'clock noon Tho polls will bo open from
IS o'clock noon to 1 o'clock I M.
1 WILLIAM If. ORME. Secretary.
ARTHUR J. HOUGHTON
Willi give personal attention to mall orders
for remaking mattresses, repairing furniture,
painting Interior or exterior.
PHONE M. 7537. 635 F ST. N. W.
1
AUCTION SALES
TRUSTEES' SALE
Arlington Hotel Site,
Fronting Vermont Avenue, H
and .1 Streets N. W. Contain
ing Approximately 58,391
Square F-eet, at
PUBLIC AUCTION,
Thursday, January Twenty-ninth
at 11 -o'Clock A. M.
Thomas J. Olvcn A. hon. Auctioneers.
By virtue o a certain deed of trust dated
August :'C. lvn and duly recorded in Liber
No. ZHjs, ioIIo et set)., of tbe land records
of tho District ot Columbia, and at the ra
nkest of tho party seeured by tali deed ot
trust, and party to a certain agreement with
the Arlington Hotel Company, dated August
SO. 1V12. and recorded on the some day in
Liber No. 2563, ioIIo 1 et stq , of the land rc
ords of tbe District of Columbia, tbe under
signed trustees will sell at puDlic auction In
front ot the premises on 1HUR3DAY. the
twcntj-nlnth day of January. A. D. 1S14. at
11 o'clock a. m., the following described land
and premises, situate in the city or Washing
ton. District of Columbia, and designated as
una being all of original lots one (1). eleven
(11). tuelve (13), thirteen (13). fourteen (14).
til teen (15). sixteen (Ja). seventeen (17. and
eighteen (13). in sguare tuo hundred COO).
Also part of original lot eight (S), In said
square two hundred COO), contained within
the following metes and bounds, viz: Be
ginning for tho same at Ihu southeast corner
of said lot, and running thence north twenty
eight CS) feet, one-half (',) of An ineh. to
a i'ncr of' said lot eleven (U), thenco west
twenty-nvc (15) feet; thence south twenty
eight (78) feet, one-half (,) of an Inch, to
the south lino ot said lot eight (S), thence
east twenty-live G5) feet, to the point of be
ginning. The said original lot fourteen (14). alio be
ing designated as and embraced In lots nine
teen (IS) to twenty-two (Z2). both Inclusive.
In Z. M. P. King's Subdlrlsion Is said square
two hundred C0), as per plat recorded In
IJbcr W. K.. folio 18714, of the records of the
Office of the Surveyor of tbe Distrlit of Co
lumbia. TKRMS OF SALE The property tIH
bi offered for salo as a whole. Of the
purchase money, not exceeding tievcn
hundred thousand dollars (?7W,000) or
any part thereof, may remain on the
property, to bo evidenced by the note
or notes of tho purchaser or purchas
ers, payable on or before January l,
3917. vvlUi Interest at 5 per cent frol.t
tho day of sale, payable scmlinnually
on 'Juno 1 and December 1 of each year,
and secured by free and unencumbered
first deed of trust on the property sold,
the balance of the purcn-isi money to
be paid in cash, or the entire purchase
price may be paid in cash, at the Option
of the purchaser, a deposit of JoO.WJ
in cash, bank draft or certified check
acceptable to tho trustees and payable
to their order, will be required nt tno
timo of sale. Taxes udju-tte-d to day or
sale. AH conveyitncinK. reconiins. &c
at cost or purchaser Terms of sale to
bo complied with within So davs from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees re
serve the rijrht to resell tho property,
at tho risk and cost of the defaulting
ntfrchaser. after ten days' advertise
ment of such resalo In some newspaper
or newspapers published in Washing
ton. D. C.
ALDls is. BnOVXE.
1311 II SL N. TV.
FIlEDUniCK K. CHAP1N.
Hibb Building.
TrtUSTHES.
THOts. J. OWEN . fcON. Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SAI.B OF A1.LAULE LMM-
I'ROVED HEAL I2T1AT1:. ON I.
bTHEKT. UKTU'EHN SIXTH AND
hEVKNTH STlthlVlH .SOUTHEAST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recoroed. In Liber No 3170. folio 204. et seq
of the Und records or the District of Co
lumbia, and at the request oi the part se
eured thereby, the underslgne-d trustee will
rell. at publti auction, in tiont ot the prem
ises, on Friday, the thirtieth day of Januarv.
A. D. INI, at four o i lock p in, the follow
ing described land and premises, situate in
the' city ot ashlngiou. Dintrict of Columbia,
and designated at and U-ing Pnrt uf lot 1
In square 8S1. described as follows Resin
ning at the southwest corner of said lot -I,
thnre east on L street southeast 25 S3 feet;
thence north 102 feet 6 Inches, thence weal
15.83 feet, thenco south 2 feet, thence west
23 feet; thence south 2 ftrl 6 Inches to the
place of beginning, tn-lng tlm same property
conveved to 1 II Olirlstmuti by F (' S
Hurler by deed recorded ortobcr 13. IS1.
Trins of uale All tish A dcpolt of
tlOO 0u will be rcqulrt-1 ut time of sale All
co.iv -yanclnK. recording. te at eost of pur
cruer HOWARD K CHI U. 'T.MAN. Trustee
THOS. J. OWEN fi. WIN. Auctioneers
ti.i brans' sall of vai.i ulu twu-
STORV BRICK DWELLINU. NO 1315 I"o
TOMAC AVLV S K Hv virtue of a certain
deed of trust duly recorder! in l.lbrr No 2ii
Folio 330 et srq . or the Innd rifrds of the
District ot Columbia, and at tlio rMucst of
tho party secured thereto, the undersigned
truMces Will sell, at public auction. In tront
of the premises, on edni-dai the 2Sth day
of January. A. D 13H, at 4 o'clock P. M.,
the following-described land and premlsci.
situate in the District of Columbia, and des
ignated as and beln lot 1UU tn Anbury K.
Taj lor V- subdivision of part of Square 1015
as per plat recorded In labor 37, folio 44. ot
the Records of the Office of the Survcjor uf
tho nixtrict of Columbia, together with the
improvements. Ternw of Sale old subject
to a prior deed of trust for IJ.J50 und balance
cash A deposit of J100 will be required at
timo of sale. All convcvancliig. rrcoi dlnj,.
etc at eot of purchaser Terms of sale to
be cotiiplii-d with within 15 days from da of
euU, otherwise the deposit villi Ik. forfeited
WILICEH PR.VTHER. WILLIAM b
ItYON, Trustees
PERSONAL
DENTISTR1 Teeth without plates, firm.
om.'ortatile. durable, beautiful, no evtrnct
iug, nu rln shrunken faces niatle nurmal.
painlci Illllii!,. DR. J U WILON. 1213
1' st N W.
Jll.S J VMRRON. Manicure, ruec ma-uiuge.
and scalp tieatnunt 1304 'J pt. N. W., 2nd
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to t, p. in.
MIQ9 VY'l-I I " and assistant, maiilcurlnt
i'"OJ " L.L.L.O .j fcuuu tr.atment. hra.
i to o 10 7. Y jne. 3d lloir front !
JIIa JH1S, ealp bpeclallt.
IK 'I it, 10 in TO 7
;tj inn 3T. roi- riioois "
!
MRS. MCi: rAKntlDGE.
SPINOLO'JlST.
I.ip rl Main 37M
1117
MRS D It WHURLEH.
Mcchauu-lnerapist.
HIT Lye n N w Phone Main 5251
Wilhelmina Foot Treatment.
1(51 Harvard st. Plion Col 153).
DANCING
MISS 'Il U'l'ULHAR. WI2 ybl' N W.
I'ariMan tango, llrazlllan niaxlxe.
And all Of latifat djmn tauglit
i'hone .Sorili CMt
NAI)LR- DA.M'INO hTtiDlO. latest dan
rln taught 1J1I I1 st N W 1 to 'j p ni
JtADAMK COULTER
and Iidy Reynolds,
1313 North Capitol kt .
dances at popular prke
leaching all lutedt
U1J EP.S 13 22nd bl N W . Ph W. 1129
Prl lesions anv I om Jk IiihwalK. one
step lioHtuu Tango. Wultz. J.htep last .c
datKM Tut . Thur at evts . fiin l.adlM fee
MISbEh C1IA.MIIKRLAIN AMI OB If ft
UAM'INO hi llUU'. IU'i:i: bT N W
Ph Main 2vt. Iiano !Cer Monday evening
PROF. WYNDHAM. tl 12th N latest
.lane, v. prliitc au itour. licsitatiun ua,tA
one-sit l tlsh walk, las ba 7 "A M 0
SELECT PRIVTL DANclNU bcIIOOL.
Only One "nccht at a 7 line
Tango. Bovtoii Mjrlvc. LUps. Iltsuation
etc Helaseo Iheatre nil H..qi 51 isjs Y
DANCLb NAT'L K1FI.LH l;MUIt -. on
tinuous darning s .0 to 12 every Th irs ml
Sat eves l)a!kum l'rcf nud M til' Ci
N U All cum is iireitullou liostun, Tango,
trot 1-step, walk, alu hour, with music
Class and dance Tue. eve. M. tin. 1
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished.
2141 WYOMING AVE. N. W.
Ond Of tho mm v,littjtuA lAlvlthnrhnA.-lS
j in Washington, for rent on tenant's account.
An apartment u( six large rooms, rectpllon
" o oains. i;car porcnes. jvii
ouUldo rooms overlooking Rock Creek rark.
Electric ele-vator. Good service ImmodUM
pcesetrjon may be secured. Rent only 331
per month Apply to Janitor. -r
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. Inc..
73S 15th at 14. W.
NEW APARTMENTS
153! Uth Street (Near Scott Circle).
. .VOW READY FOR INSPECTION.
Exquisite apartments of two large
rooms, with kitchen, foyer, and bats;
elegantly appointed throughout.
RENTS FROM tK.60 TO J35.00.
Building Is modern, strictly fireproof,
and soundproof; located In the heart ot
Washington's most elite residential
section
See these apartments today.
A. F. FOX CO., Exclusive Agents,
13U K HTREB7T N. W.
13h and B its. iw., 5r. and bath $27.58
IOCS :6th nw., (r and bath 13-50
72S 7th st. aw., 5r. and bath 1C.75
COt Maine ave., Jr. and bath 12-00
THE PHILLIPS CO., 220 John Marshall pU
20th ST.. Ml I rooms and bath housekeeping
opt., comer of 20th and I sts
Furnished.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Will sublet noivly furnished 3-roooi apart
ment and bath to responsible party; 7-story
modern apartment Kdg. In best residential
section. Only (55. Inquire at Wfl G at.
FOR SALt HOUSES
FOR SA.LE A beautiful new home,
convenient to Union
Station and now Post
office Buildings Six
largo rooms and tlio
bath; cellar; hot-water
heat; hardwood lloorv.
hardwood finish. Price,
only Si,2S0; easy terms.
II. JL HOWENSTEIN CO r
1314 F ST. N. W., or
7TH AND H STS. N E.
DOWNTOWN BARGAIN.
Near corner of 6th and M sts. N. W.
3-story, ii-room, and bath, brick residence.
Price. 13,950. nrst trust, S3.2U0, 3 jears to run.
A. C. HOUGHTON & CO.,
635 F St. N. W.
FOR RENTOFFICES
TWO large rooms, suitable for architect,
patent attornej, or pnotographer; also sev
eral nruiller rooms, buildings arc moaern
and central, and rents are reasonable. Ap
ply OLIVER METZEROTT. 1110-1112 F st. 1
MONEY Wan leu & iu lumpj
INVESTMENTS-Real estate first trust
loans are the satcst and best Investments;
6 per cent Interest payable seinl-annuuJI.
All loans secured on real estate worth from
50 to UV per cen i In excess of loan
J I. C MACKALL & CO..
Room 203. Metropolitan Hank Hide
MONEY TO LOAN-1250 to J500.000 on D. C.
real estate. Several trust funds 4Vi to o
per cent. AH transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers.
NM. II. tAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building S0Z 13th st N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN on real citato, lowest
rates, prior payment privileges: large
amounts. TYLER X. RUTHERFORD, 728 15tn.
SECOND TRUST.
Money to Ivan at 6' on District Real Es
tate. Any amount from I20U to 15.000 on hrst
or second trust. In stratgnt nolo or monthly
pejments. lakes only three Usyn to niaks
them.
PALL V. MITCHELL k CO.
71S 14th St. N. W.
MONEY TO 1XJAN -en Maryland property.
1-1.. mnrlrnff (mil Hll!inV ni.f. ei
& bON Sll v l. N. W
CLAIRV0YAN1S
ORIOINAl. UYPsY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told, 25c.
Open Nights 1723 Sth st. N. W
TKUF. D. B. BliUCE,
Tho jreat Australian l luiroant. the
American und Europeun presa say ho is tha
greatest wonder of thu ni)stery of sciences,
the world has never seen his equal. Can be
couulted on all affals.
HOURS a A. M TO 10 P. Jf.
SUNDAYS 2 TO 7 P M.
No letters receive any attention Takt II
st. car, (,et off ut 61it st N E . walk up
tlst st. to the boulevard to corner of Clark
ave I'tourth house from corner of Clark
ave. and Boulevard. Fairmont Heights. Md
!'
MME. FLORENCE. Scientific card reader.
Advlco on business and love affairs lioux.i
11 to 6. 716 7th st N W Apart 2
FITZGERALD Noted 1 'aim 1st and Doublo
Seeing Powers. Future. courtsSlp. mar
riage, business, guaranteed 1215 Eye st,
N. W j.
SPECIAL 10-dy e&er. ail readings 25c. 10c,
and 11; I give cor.ect advice in all ov and
business analrs. 1 help you to speedy mar
riage, reunite the separated and remove all
trouble, (satisfaction guaranteed.
PROF. CASTILLO.
S04 Kit N. W
MADAME CATHERINE, palmist and carJ
leader, givey reliable advice on business
and love affairs, housu It) u. m to S p. m
DOS tth St. N. W. Main SI SO. Located hare
14 rears
SPIRITUALISM
MRS. MAMIE STEVES I&nd
Inrtiuctor of spiritual school, private readings
given dally. .15 N J ave S. E Ph Line 20l
bKANC'L .MEETlMiS TiuvUv uud Iliursdav
evenings. ! in tdiarp readings dallj .
Coiigre-is Ills ear Mrs K Roth. 7W 6th SE
MLETIM.S Momluj Wednesday. Friday. S
p ni slisrp, a inensagc to euch; dall read
ings. Mrs J II. M iltbv i07 Mt. Vernon pi.
nw . liaLk of Carnegie Llbniry Phong M 2704
AUTOMOBILES
FOR ."ALE M 1H K. 1"'1' LulcU louring ear
in gool otidltlon ils,j 5-tun hltf trut k.
elKaii lo a.h purrhour I" O LO 13J. bta
tiull II. Wafchllllitoll. D '
FOR &.VLI. 1 l-ord. Model 'I. Ial3. radiator.
1 l'ord. Model 1 1''12 radiator, l E il-r 2tt
radiator; e,uarnt etl giod eondltion t in
be axil at l.l" IRANThr. ILVDlA'lOlt AND
LAMP CO 1L15 New Vork live N W 1
M i I.INl'Elt ,-iMrsenger Lozicr with
line llmouslm bmlv. thoruughly overltaulcd.
go,d tires, demountable rim A big bargain
lor tulik ar lli) 115 lliiw ofllcr. 1
UOODS ELECTRIC VICTORIA. Willi nevy
batter, eusli or teruiH. Also autoniatiu
rliurkliu Loird. E A, OARLOCK. HI:
linn
ave
For Hire.
LIVOLSINCb and touring iars rented by the
hour, day. wick, or month, repairing in all
Its brunclitr. 1' I I' VYIJ 'It Mandard Ga
rage. 2121 lllli st N W. Tel N 5058. I
FIVL-PASHCMjER AUTO
S2 ou Per Hour.
curs Healed
AUTO HIRE COMPANY. IJnr 23
5-PASSENOER. J. 50. 7-pasiengcr. W 50 per
hour Powhatan lintel 1Mb and la. M S2C7
MOTORCYCLES
SEC'O.ND-ILVND MOTORC1CLES.
A 1"EW l.l AllVN'l EIID bLIOIiri.Y USED
MVCHINLS LEtT WHICH CAN
BE UOL OUT AT BAROAINS.
Indian Twin 1-.12 JI09
Inciaii. slnsli-. 2-ypeed l
llailty-Davidsuu. all models.
Ec Isiors. all models
Huvriford. lllll 1)
Plunders. 1912 JSJ
J2- TO 550 . bll 11AIJVMU5 TO SUIT.
JOHN S. BEPjnMAN.
Main 4ISC Hi yih bt N W.
Win PAY evil K'JUi'
Wo will sell ou a new bley.h for J5 down
and S per mouth Think it over
T N Mt'DP 321 Oth st. N W
HORSES AND VEHICLES
TWO iargi bl.uk loureh botn witb foa
will nil oi xli.tni for two hois t .
Mh si N W
M" I.N 'to r
one big mare Iu
Iteur 170 I a a
11
sold lo
W
HJI" MH 'fen head ot Itorsr- and mar -right
out ot hard work ono mire In oul
Call north side ot Pa avt., rear 413.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Unfurnished.
J51S It STREET NORTHWEST.
Attractive house of 13 largo rooms
and two baths; down-town but In a
very good neighborhood. Possession
can bo had Immediately. Rent rea
sonabU. Apply to
THOMAS J. KISIIEU A CO.. INC.,
72S 15th street N. W.
1C22 CHURCH STREET N. W.
, SEMI-DETACHED.
To bs rented' to a desirable col- .
ored tenant. Six rooms and hath.
In very good conilltloa. Rent Just
reduced to (22.50 a month.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.
75S loth St. JJ. W.
FOR RENT
A nice residence near 17th and F N". W.;
10 rooms and bath; gas nnd electricity; in
perfect order throughout.
Partly Furnished, $65.
JAMES .MORRIS WOODWARD,
723 20th St. N. W
FOR RENT
A fine house, which can be rented to gooa
colored tenants; 9 rooms. 2 bath rooms, hot
air furnace. .Sear llth and P r7. W.
$42.50.
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
73 20th at. N. Vf.
ltll t, ST. SE. 4-rDom and bath apt.; i per
month; recently painted and papered
throughout, and in excellent condition.
23 ELLIOTT ST. NE. 6 rooms and bath;
furnace heat; 320.50.
1215 STH ST. NW. rooms and bath, with
2-story brick garage: 115.50.
A. C. HOUGHTON & COMPANY,
635 F St. N. W.
333 E ST. S. E.
Six rooms and bath; side light; on car line.
$22.50
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD,
723 20th St. N. W.
I Have a Number of Good Houses for
COLORED TENANTS
From $42.50 to 7.50 Rent.
Call or Send for List.
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD,
723 20th St. N. W.
, PHONE M. 660S.
FOR RENT-330 EiLM ST. Jf. W.
t rooms and bath; In good condition; rent
120.59 to a deslrablo colored tenant,
MOORE HILL. INC.. 1420-22 H ST. N. W.
FOR RENT 314 E st- N. E.; 2-tory brick
dwelling: modern plumbing, 10 rooms and
bath; within a few blocks of Union Station,
Gov't Printing Office, now P. O . Congres
sional Library, and House Office Bids. Bent
530.60. Apply Jo J. -Y. PILLING. 14i F
L N. W.
COLORED
TENANTS.
221 Mo. av-.,17,b.J45.00
1157 Mh nw., Cr.-IGGO
40 a nw.. 6r 1.50
533 N.J. av nw.Cr.15.S3
2027 Vt av nw,6r..l5.0u
1013 7th so. r.. .12.00
liSS Mon'lo ar ne.lLSO
2S G ne 14.00
142S Jackson no..l0.5O
1241 2d se.. fir 9.50
1131 Reeds ct. nw.S.50
RTZ, 524 "F" N. TV.
37 Mo. av, 10r,b.40.00
1726 Sth rw,Sr,b..27.50
sto 10th nw,r,b..S.5C
10 I no, llr.b 2Siv
71 4tli nw, 7r,b..r..&.
1233 S nw, Cr.b....22J
1703 4th nw, 6r ...19.5
15 L nu. fcr.b. ..ia.
741 2d nw , Sr IS
244 Bryant (1st n17i,
EDWARD P SCIIW
5C0 D N. E. 5 rooms, gas, partly furnished;
Inspect nnd ou'll take It; J1G.50 month.
Kejs S14 Md. ave. If. K !
FOR RENT STORES
WEIJ. EQL'IPPED BAKERY for rent in a
town of 1400 population. Address P. O.
BOX 30L Woodstock, va.
FOR RENT GARAGES
ON TUB THOROUGHFARE between the
North and South, in the valley of Vir
irinla. Address P. O. BOX 301, WoodslocK.
Va.
A OAIIAOE, with or without chauffeur quar-
fcra, lui. v .i. A-i,v v... . ... ...
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
FOR SALE New modem S-room
and bath detached house, largo
verandas, slecplns porch, lot un
usually large S0xl30. r 10.400
square feet), flno cvcrjrrcon shrub
bcr nnd hedging The heart of
Chevy Chase, In tha District, with
in about a square and a half of
school (on account of the retlnd
nelshborhood the most stlect public
school in this cit. the as.o, latlon
being equal to a prl.ate seminar ),
and amo distance from Connecti
cut avenuo car :ine, one fare. The
land will some dav be north more
than thu price asked, as values
nre increasing very rapidly in this
localltv, as shown by recent ip
pralsement of tho District asses
sors. FULTON R CORDON,
Owner. Specialist Suburbin Reilty,
Colorado nuildinir. Main 5221.
Brokers. Attention'
FOR SALE House of seven rooms,
flftv acres, lontainins two hundred
fruit trees, all receary outbuildlnc.
havlni; fronlase of three thousand
fret on Electric Car IJno and Boule
vard CHEVP IF SOLD WITHIN THIRTT
DVTS.
Address R
Room 10 Kellogg Bide.
1
FOR SALE:
Sixty acres on car line, -nac.ail.im road,
within f"it-five minutes of Washington
ideal gentleman's country home orchard and
other iniptovemcut", with tjoo-l teven-rcom
house
RIGHT PRICE FOR
QUICK SALE.
Address L. M., 1702 P St. N. W.
i
6-ROOM cottaee. sas and coal ranges, largo
lot, poultr houses and runs, excellent lo
cation, one fare easy term"! severn! for
rent. J M E XRNEbT. Ml Italnler. Md
X)R COLORED BUVER Lots 50x170 'est, 3
squares from Wash & Balto. electric line;
25 minutes lu T-avur. covered with timber.
prle SU. . month
THE MILLER CO . Sth and G sts. S. E.
1
HOW TO BE Olll OUN LANDLORD
on 5100 vash and tl5 monthlv. at
niE Y CHASE For full particulars drop
Iiostal. telephone or call on WJI H.
RITCHIE. 217 Colorado Bldg Tel M 5221.
WANTED FARMS
WANTED Farm ot 20 or 50 acres on Chesa
peal.o Hea li R It , good buildlnis BOX
i"l. Times office
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FINE MODERN RESIDENCE
In sood location In Geo'etovvti. lo rooms,
bath luinace Lot MxlOO to alley Trust
S3.eCt 5'. price Jj.C0O Will sell on easy termc
or trade equity for mailer nrpim
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
723 20th St. N. W.
.INVESTMENT PROPERTY
MICE little home or Investment, southeast:
8-room frame' house; rent, 514 per month.
Price. Jl.300.
A. Q HOUGHTON & CO.,
635 F St. N. W.
FOR SALE LOTS
ISO FEET on W. B. & A. electric line: worth
3350: will sacrifice for 3150. TUB MILLER
CO.. Jth and G sts. S. E.
FOR EXCHANGE
FINE SUBURBAN HOME, conveniences, for
small city house. BOX SI, Mt. Rainier, Md.
EXCHANGE your farm for a city home.
JOHN O. SLATER.
mo Oft. N.W
LOAN COMPANIES
Loans of $10 or More.
Without publicity, fuss or annoyance.
CALL. WRITE. OR PHONE.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
1326 New York Ave. N. W.
Second Floor Front. Phone M. SUfe.
M-I-I-I-M-I-H-I-I-I-H-I-X-I-I-W-M-I-
BORROWERS, ?
X ATTPlMTinNlX
JL. ' Jf . . ItX "4.
LUAP4& 51U UK iuUKE, .
Our new system of meet n v
this demand Is tho most relia- v
ble the best safest fairest yet T
devised. We act entirely as your T
agent, your promise to pa Is i
our guarantee. T
"Wo.-srtU tefl you Just to tha
penny what the accommodation T
will cost you, and if this is sat- Jf.
isfactory to you the understand- .
Ins is perfect and you set the J.
money. JL.
All our transactions aro made JL
In a clean, stralshtforward man- 4
ner. JL
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
700 NINTH ST. N. W. 2
Phono M. 1571! Second Floor. 4.
LOANS TO ANYONE
KEEPING HOUSE.
$10 TO $100 TODAY.
Just till us how much you need and we
will arrange a loan for you. Ulmply con
vince us of your honesty and good Intention
and you can set tho money at once, without
publicity, fuss or annoyance. Th rates are
as reasonable as can be bad in Washington.
Why not call to seo us today? Estab
lished 25 years. Phone M. 2529.
THE FAIR CONCERN."
COLUMBIA LOAN CO.,
613 F St. N. W.
LOANS on
DIAMONDS.
WATCHES,
JEWELRY, ETC.
SEE
HORNING,
N.E. cor. 3th A D.
$10 LOAN.
and upward to owners of furniture. ..i.,
employes, and others without security.
NEW COMPANY.
NEW RATES.
NEW PLANS.
Organlred by citizens for tbe purpose of
loaning money at reasonahla rates to man
and women, whom banks will sot accommo
date. 115 S payments. 12.45 I 135 payments. IH
125 S payments J2. I 550 S payments. 17.43
If you have s loan elsewhere bring In your
receipts and we will show you bow much yon
can save by borrowlnr from us. Harlng
loans elsewhera does not. prevent your settlor
leans here.
Credit once established with us Is as good
ts a bank account Jn time of need.
Our rates and plans have proved to be tbe
best because our customers are clad to com
again. CALL. WRITE. OR TELEPHONE.
ARLINGTON & CO., .
HA JENIFER BLDG . 400 TTH ST. S. W.
Hours to-: Saturday. 3 to S.
I-I-H-M I"S"I"I"H-I-H-1-I-H"I-H-I-H-
t
SPECLAL NOTICE I
TO BORROWERS t
LOANS OF $10 OR MORE ?
TO ANY ONE. i
We want no advantage, promise V
fatlsfactlon. and guarantee a square
deal
JL convince us of your ability and honest JL
JL lntintton to live up to your agreement. JL
J, and we will make you a loan. JL
H;We Take Your Promise to Pay J
POTOMAC FINANCIAL C0.,i
Z 1329 G St. N. W..
T Second Floor. Phone Slain tt). jT
H44H-;"H-:-H-H-:-i-r 1 1 1 :-:
LOANS.
Decide for yourself where you will borrow
rntney. but investigate carefully before you
decide. A company established twenty-uvs
years and doing tbe largest business should
be the best to deal with.
CAPITAL LOAN CO.,
602 F stN. W. Phone M. 2063.
Of nee hours, 1a.m. until S p. m.
Saturdays until 6 p. m. l
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
WASHINGTON LOAN CO.,
927 F St. N. W., Second Floor.
YOU CAN IIOIIROW J10 to J100 through
us It you keep house and we will give you
plenty of time to pay us back in small
inonthljr payments.
2i YKAItS 12ST VBI.ISHED means we
ate a RKl.IAULE companj you will find
uur charges aro fair and reasonable and our
uttns of payuunt easy.
KVEN IF YOU HAE A LOaN NOW.
SHE US ANYHOW, as tho chances are ws
can arrange a loan lor lou at a cheaper rate
and usler terms.
CAI.U Wr.lTE. or PIIONB MAIN 2fci
Office hours, s a m. to 6 p. m.
.H-I-I'h-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-H-i-M-M-M-K-I-fr
READ THIS
4-
V WE W1LI. AID ANT j
' MAN Oil WOMAN lO J
JL tiicuia: &MAU. J
?LOANS, $10 OR-MORE
x
ifil us now uiucn uuuey you wan .
and if our ciuxn lorMh acoonuaoda- .
tlea U satiaiactury li you. you get .
the money. .
We loan you the money on TOUH
OWN ULAKANTEE. No hardship ts
repay lu U.IM or I2.M
A WEEK WILL HEPAT A LOA.V.
We hava acquired our prasent ea- .
viable reputation by benut. stralcht-
forward iniliodj. and ne intena ts .
X
Y inatntaiu this policy. .
Lmion Loan & Trust Co.,:
810FSt.N.W. :
JL PHONE ZXH.
KOOM .
U
LOANS TO
HOUSEKEEPERS
$10 AND UPWARDS TO $100
Call at Office or I'hone Main SOS.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED"
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
616 F
X. tt
N'H FI3QR.
MONEY TOR SALA1SIED TEOPL&
and others upon their own names. M:hcap
rates, easy payments, rontljcntlul
WEH5 & CO It BP6-1TI r.ih st V W
DEATHS
BRANDT-On Monday. January W, 1914, a
11:50 p. m.. LOUIS BRANDT, jr.. beloved
soa of Louis and the late Minnie Brandt.
agnl twenty-nine years and four months.
Funeral from the chipel of Frank Celer
Pon. Ill J Seventh street, northwest. Oct
Thursday. January 22. at 2 o'clock p. m
Relatives and friends Invited. Interment
at Prospect Hill Cemetery.
(Baltimore papers please copy.)
CAUFFMAN Departed on Monday.. January
19. 1914. 'at :4S a. m.. JAMES J. CAUFF
MAN. beloved husband of Annie B. Cautf
raan, 7C9H C street northwest.
Fnneral services will be held at the
chapel at Cbncrenlonal Cemetery at S p.
m.. 'Wednesday, January 3. Friends aadt
relatives cordially Invited to attend.
ETLER On Tuesday. January 20. 1914. at her
residence. 334 E street northeast. ANN S..
beloved wife of the late Capt. S. Q. Eyler.
Funeral from her late residence, on,
Thursday. January 22. at 2 p. m. Relatives
and friends Invited. Interment at Olen
wood Cemetery.
(Frederick and Baltimore papers please copy
HANDWORKER On Monday. January .
1911. FRANK, beloved ton of Drnsuln and
the late Fred Handworker, In the nlneuenui
year of his ase.
Fnneral from his late residence. Gi R
street southwest, Wednesday. January 3.
at S.tO o'clock a. m.f thence to- Bt. Dom
inic's Church, where requiem mass will t
mans for the repose of his souL Relative
and friends Invited to attend.
PARKER On Sunday, January" IS. Mil at
:45 p. m., GEORGE W.. husband of Elis
abeth Parker.
Funeral services at his late residence,
1325 Rigs street, at 10 a. m., Wednetday,
January 21. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment private.
PATTERSON On Tuesday, January 29, 1311;
at 12.20 a. m., at her residence, t2 K
street northwest, ANN EL, beloved wife ot
John B. Patterson, In the seventieth year
of her age.
Fnneral prirate) Thursday.
Vital Records.
Births.
Clarence P. and Mary L. Wilson, jrlri.
James T. and Mattte L. "WafrinaT. Boy.
Ernest J. and Lena J. Swope, WCoy.
Simon and Esther Stein, boy.
Nama and Jula Shehld. glr!.
Cleon R. and Mattley Nixon, boy.
James and Mable lleetre, drt.
Charles W. and Ola. B. McOuire, boy.
John D. and Viola M. Ingalls, boy.
EDDa H. and Mav A. TTanrlhaelr Knv
razer C and Janey HHder. boy.
a nomas li. ana uouie E. UiDDons, boy
Ellas and Francis GeJman, girl.
John" P. and Addle A. Gramllcn, ir
boj-.
Thadeus C and Lillian M. Qreen, boy.
Frederick; W. and Alice J. Dtrvall. bov.
Nobio C. and Vie Harriett Donaldson,
Ctrl.
Domonick D. and Estelle Crrovo, boy.
Frederick 31. and Mamie Coxen, girl.
Louis F. and Margaret A. Beck, boy.
Horace M. and Hazel R. Anool jwv-
Moy Gon and Mayme Cfaln Ctaee. girl.
jonn vv. ana Bailie at. citocKfon, glrL
John H. and Leola Boblnson, boy.
James A. and Emma Nelson, boy.
Samuel H. and Pearl M. Lucas, boy.
Jackson and Temple A. Javlns, girl.
John L. and Ida L. Jackson, boy.
William T. and Louisa Harris, boy
Hunter and Hester Green, boy.
Clarence W. and Amy L. Bantam, girl.
Joseph and Settle Blankhelm. boy.
Marriage Licenses.
John Wilson and .iSthel Jenkins, ot
Washington.
Charles H. Daugherty and Margaretta
Riddlck. or Richmond. Va.
"WlUlam T. Lohr and Edith A. Corn
well, of Washington.
Thomas L. Malone, of Rochester, X.
vT., and Grace M. Bark-jr, cf Wash
ington. Deaths.
Annie L. Gibba, &t years. Georgetown
Hospital.
Richard Rose, G years, Georgetown
Hospital.
George T. Weaber, years. Govern
ment Hospital for the Insane.
John Jacobs 7$ years. Government Hos
pital for the Insane.
George W. Parker, 75 years, 125 Rigga
street northwest.
Emll Heltmullcr. 53 years, Emergency
Hospital ambulance.
Ella D. Bogan. 55 years, Geqrsetcrom,
University Hospital.
James J. Cauffman, 66 years, Garfield!
Hospital.
Elnor E. Smith, 59 years. 302 East Cap-"
itol .street.
William R. Stewart, 71 years. 1M
Twen, Twenty-sixth, street northwest.
John B. Bruce, 21 years. 11W W street
northwest.
Evan O. Mtlstead. 12 years. Bennings
Heights. D. C
Jacob Stein. 2 days, 366 Twenty-second
street northwest.
Louisa Johnson. 71 years, H2 Ninth,
street soutnwest.
Margaret V. Newman. 31 years, ESI
Twenty-first street northwest.
George E. Tossltt, U years. TH How
ard road southeast.
Lena Norton. 27 years, Columbia Hos
pital. John Watkins. 73 years, Freedmen'o
Hospital.
Eleanor Hot, 23 years, Freedmen's Hos
pital. Marie McKcnny. 30 years, 20 Logan
place northwest.
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FLORIST.
Cat Cowers and Funeral Designs.
Cor. 14th and II sts. N. W.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
of every description moderate prlcts
GUDU
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FLOIUSTS.
Washlnston. New Tort.
15th and H nw. 11M D'way Waldorf-Astoria.
UNDERTAKEN
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301 East Capitol St.
Established 1S57 T)as. 8. Zurhorst. Msr
J. WILLIAM LEE.
UNDERTAKER i LIVERT.
.KE Pa. ave. N W
Telephone M. IKS. Washington. D. C
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shipment to other cities; We supply expert
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STORAGE. MOVING. SHIPPING
Merchants Transfer & Storage Co.
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STORAGE HAULED IN FREE.
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the city; Ut lis Blve you an estimate fat
your storase. haullns and packing and coxa,
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PROPOSALS
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Supervlslnr
Architect's Office. Washlnston. D. C.. Jan
uary S, 1911. Scaled proposals will be opened
In this office at 3 p. in., January . 1911. fo.
the sodding and seeding; ot the srotinde as
the new bulldlns lor tbe Bureau of Enjrc.
ins and Printlns; Washlnston. D. C Draw
ings nnd ipeclncatlons for the uort may
bo obtained at this oftice. la t!u discretion
et tbe Supervising Architect. O. Wenderoth,
Supervislnc Architect 1
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