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THE WASHINGTON TDfES: TUESDAY: JULY 28, 1914.
LOCAL AND N. Y. FINANCIAL NEWS
ACTIVITY SHOWN IN
Although today's trading on the
Washington Stock Exchange was very
narrow, there was uusual activity
manifested In the issues traded in. and
harp changes occurred in the price
levels of the two principal stocks.
' "Washington Railway and Electric pre
ferred was in good demand, and under
the sale of 23S shares advanced from
S2V4 to S3H. The bid price was then
raised a full point from 82 to S3.
Washington Gas. the other active
stock, in contrast, was proportionately
weak. The flrst quotation lot disposed
r mnfrht 76i. or H of a point less
than the last sale recorded. The selling
broker then quickly unioaaea uu snares
at 76. and an additional quotation lot
at 75. There was apparently little
support even on this scale-down selling,
ind the bid and asked figures were
, changed from 76 to "5, and to 75.
respectively. The only other sale re
corded consisted of ten shares of Wash
ington Loan and Trust Company stock
The Georgetown Gas Tight Company
hag declared a dividend of $",:3 icr
chare, payable August 15 to stockholders
of record July 31.
The regular quarterly dividend of 2.
per cent, and an extra dividend of one
half of 1 per cent, has been declared by
the Mergenthaler Linotype Company,
payable on and after September 30 to
shoreholders of record at 1 p. m. on
. Washington Stocks.
U. 8. Reg. 2's.
TJ. 8. Coupon 2's
u. S. Reg. 's.......s........
TJ. S. Coupon 3s
U. S. Reg. 4's
TJ. S. Coupon 4's
Geo. Gas Cert. Ind. 5"s
Georgetown Gas 5's
"Wash. Gas 5's
Col. Gas & Elec 5's
Col. Gas &. Elec. Deb. 5's... 10
Cap. Traction R. R- 5's 107
City and Suourban 5's 102
Columbia R. R. 5's 100
Columbia R. R. 5's 100
Metropolitan R. R. 5's...
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's....
Wash. Alex. & ML V. 5's
Wash. Balto. & An. ...
Potomac Elec Cons. 5s 100H 1H
Potomac Elec Lt. 5's 105 105
C. & P. Telephone 5's 103
Amer. Tel. & TeL 4's S5
Amer. Tel. & TeL 4's '.. 93
3C, & W. Steamboat 5's 103 ..
Biggs Realty 5's Cong) 102
Biggs Realty 5's (short) 101 ..
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 99H 100
Wash. Ry. & Elec com....
"Wash. Ry. & Elec pf.
Wash.-Va- Ry. com
Wash.-Va. Ry. pf.
Wash., Balto. & An. com...
Wash., Balto. & An., pfd..
Columbia Gas & Elec
Amer. TeL & Telga
TrPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 215
"Ganston. .Monotype -.r .... -i. -19
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank- 137
Capital National Bank 200
Columbia Nat. Bank 230
Commercial Nat. Bank 18S
District Nat. Bank 110
Farm, k Mech. Nat Bank.... 235
Federal Nat. Bank
Lincoln Nat. Bank
Metropolitan Nat. Bank...
Biggs Nat, Bank
national .Bank of wasn
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
'Amer. Sec & Trust 270
National Savings & Trust ..267
i'nlon Trust 133
Wash. Loan & Trust 23)
Continental Trust H8 122
SAVINGS BANK SHOCKS.
Home Savings 35
Union Sax-legs 130
Bank of Com. & Sav 11
East Wash. Sav. Bank 13
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 13
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire insurance... . 19 21
Ger.-Amer. Fire Insurance 2W . .
Nat. Union Fire Ins 6 9
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS
Real Estate Title Ins 35
Chapln Sacks 1W 230
D C Paper Mfg. Co 110
Merch. Trans. & Storage 107
Security Storage art 23U
Today's Sales on
The Local Exchange
r;7c ;rc tv?,-.e. K.art.
After call Washington Loan and
Trust Companj. I0ti230
New York Cotton.
Fumlfhed to The TVathlngton Time- by
X G Plant A Co H15 G iitret northueat
Open High Low 2 15
January 12.19 12 19 12.13 12 19
October 12.05 12.0S IKfii U 0
Wholesale Produce Market
EGGS Nearby. treh. royilc pr dox.:
Eoutbern. lSe per doz.
CHEESE New York. new. HVic per lb :
Tat. m,c per lb.
BlTTETt Elgin print. pr lb . tub
a per lb., process. S&r5c per It.
UVE POLLTR1 (Quotations furnished br
Krey. Price & Co ) Hens. KUl'c per lb .
rocster. lie per lb . turkes. lSS13c per lb ,
duck, Hg lie ir lb., sprlns chickens, USi.c
LIVE ETOCK Veal cahes. S94c per lb .
fat cheep, 4blVc per lb , spring lambs, Sfi&o
VEGETABLES (Quotations furnished by
Taylor Wade) Potatoes, new. t; 75 bbl ;
old. Ji.CO per tack onions. !2 CO per bushel.
(1.60 per sack, tsbbaie. Jl (X) per 100 lbs .
ltituce. il SO per basket: teets. JJ 00 per 100
troOt (Quotations furnished by Krey.
Price Co Un ashed, free from burrs. Ue
The demand for choice chickens welcnlnc
around 3 to 1 lbs. to the pair Is actlie at f.c
lit. Pleasant Da Id llclnroy to IJzzle Mc
Inroy, Jot 176. 110.
E street southwest, between First and Sec
ond streets George C Gertman and Charles
H Bauman. trustees, to G Maltland, part
original lot 15. square EM. nil
Oak View The Newlands Co . to Harriet A.
Denlson. part lots 1 and 5, block 1. 10
908 O street northwest Franklin V Killlan.
trustee, to Felix Fo reel la, lot 61, siuare SC7,
It- street northwest, between Twenty-tblrd
and Twentyfourth streets George E. Ham
lion and Edwin Forrest, trustees, to Edward
KL Dulln. lot 17. square SS, U.C50
Whitney Close Albert Foer et ux. to August
Kleeblatt, lot Zt, block 2, .
Chlllum Castle Heights. North Addition
Washington Land and Mortgage Company
M Pirjsy Bice, lot U, tymtt S3, 33.
va-hIncton Railwar preferred, "Sit
K 1082. 25JS2. 2!fiS2'... 25'nS2U. Zt
f3 25JTS3. 25AS3. 25'&S3. 237 3. TSr S3V
TVashlnptriM Has "Vp;Tri- OCffi'-c os-c
New York Market.
Quotations received by W. B. HIbbs & Co..
rrembers New Tork Stock Exchange, 'Wash
ington Stock Exchange and Chicago Board
of Trade, Hlbbs Building.
High. Low. p.m. Close.
Amel. Copper m eiH 0I.i c5
Am. Beet.Sug.com.... ii i n J ii
Am. Can., pfd S9K 89H 8"K I 89
Am. C. &. F 47 4Bn 46' W
Am. Cotton Oil..... 37K S! S8M I S3
Am Ice Sec i... is n 23 I VX
Am. Locomotive r:H iSM I5K I SS
Am. Smelting 63 e0J' eoji el
Am. Smelt., pfd .101 101 101 I lOOK
Am. T. & Tel mu. uiii nsMlilsh
Am Tobacco .- Si M
Am.Tob.pfd. new 107 I0J 106 MX
Anaconda is 17 IT I 3H
Atchison BSH bih Mi esjf
Atlantic Coast Line. IIS 116 118 1117'.
Balti. & Ohio 77 75 75KI 77X
Brook. Rapid Trans. 89H UH EflH I MX
B. F. Goodrich :iK r3'i I3 I aw
Bethlehem Stel 37X 35H 2$X I 37
California Petrol.... 19H leH leM I 10
Canadian Pacific 176 163 IKK I I75K
Central Leather siH MX OX I JtK
Central Leather.pfd.. 87i 87X 87X 1 100
Chesapeake Ohio 15H 3X 43)4 j 45,'i
ChL Con. Copper.... S8H 37 37 I 3854
Chi. & Great West.. JX UK Mil 1IX
C M. & St. P B5M B3 83 I OS
Con. Gas IBM 111 UilXii
Corn Products 8 'H 7s I 8
Distillers' Sec H 13X 13X" 13M
Erie I3K IS SS I UU
Erie 1st pf 35H 31 31 I 3SX
General Electrics.... Hi H3 113 I HIH
Grat North, pf 1I0H 1I7X 1I7X 1 1H
Great North. Oro... S3 18 16 I S8h
Illinois Central U0H 110J4 UOH 1 1105
Inter. Metropolitan.. 13X 13 13 I Ms
Inter. Met., pfd...... 81 M SiH I elft
Inter'al Harvcster...:01 101K 101 I I0SK
Kan. Oty & South... HH I3 S3H I h
Kan. City S.. pfd 53 58 53 159
Lehigh Valley 133 lilK 13IH 1 131X
Louisville &Nashvllll3lH 130t 130hll30H
Mex.Petrol ti'A 63 63 I 65
M.. K & T 10 10X 10HI 11
M., St. P. & S. S. M.116K U5 115 1 118
Missouri Pacific 10 tf H 1 10
Montana Power 15H 1554 1S54 I 16
Na.Biscult.com IS lt9 129 1131
Nev Con Copper.... 13H UJ 1J I
N. Y.. N. H. & H... Mi 5I 51 I 53H
N Y. Central 81 a 81 I 83h
North. Pacific 105JS 103 103 I w
Nor. & West lOln 101 103H 1 103H
Penri. Railroad ...aosH 10fcH M8J I
Peo. Gas of Chl....lUX l '
Press. S. Car. com.. 10X 39 39 I 10K
Kay. Con. Cop 1JX UH l "h
RTvy. S. Sprgs.. com.. Ii sM -
Reading 159H 15lH 155 lX
Rock Island '
Rep. Iron & Steel M SO 20 SIX
South. Pacific X
Southern l:y., "
1 South. Ry. pfd -"
Tenn. Copper 3i;s w '-'-
Union Pacific K 1K JJ
Union rac, pfd 80X 83 MH M
U.S. Rubber H . "
U S. Steel 58H x Mh "
Utah Copper -3i ;-
Va.-Car. Chcm K Uh S
West. Manland UK Uh UHl h
West. U. Tries.... 57, 55n .
West. Electric MJi I
Woolworth 5 5 95 98
Wisconsin Central.... 35 T8 38 I 36M
Atch. Con. 4's 91K
C. B. & Q. Jt- '' '
C. R. I. & ' ' Sl
Inter. MeU 4's ...75
North. Pac 4's 9U
91 I CSVi
ten I fK
MX I 8H
Pi. Con. 3's. 1915.89
Un. Pac Con. 1's
U. S. Steel -M 5's...lOSS 10SH 10S 1 1M
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnl-hed to The Waahlngton Timet T
A G Plant i Co.. 1115 G i-trt -orthweit.
AWheat- Open. High Lw.Clog.
September S3 S3 g 83
September 0 69 u
SeCp?Snper B JO 69 70
December 53", o9o9v -i
G, 0. P. CANDIDATE
ALEXANDRIA. July 2S -Ttv Repub
licans In the Eighth ConrfasIonnl dis
trict of Virginia, whkh includes Alex
andria and ten surrounding counties,
will comene in this city on September
Q In ealnir n nnndfrlntn to CDDOSe
Charles C. Carlln. the Democratii. noml-4
nee. At th meeting or tnc executive
committee of the district In this city
fstrrday. II P. Dodgr, distr'ct chair
man, presided, and P H fagcr. of
Herndon. acted as secrcta't Delegates
from Alexandria City were .1 A. Kgg
born. Joseph L. Crupper, and Harry 13
No names have been rnnMoned of
piosnectlvp candidates, but it l de
clared that a number of leading i:-ptib-llcans
arc nllline to enter the light.
The Eighth district if strongly Demo
cratic, and there has bwn no Ilppubiic
an candidate against Mr Carlln since
the defeat of J W. G'egir In IT. It is
.said that the State executive committee
nart urinititiiru ivr (av mill; uair.i lUi
Congress in ecry district in the State.
Filmonena Caporalettl. the eleven-month-old
yon of Mr and Mrs Do-
J menico Caporalettl. died at the resi
dence of his parent. 22 North Colum
ibifs treet, this morning The funeral
lll be tomorrow
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Luth
eran Church will gie a garden party
at Alfred and Cameron streets tomor
Columbia steam fire engine company
last night arranged to attend the State
convention of the volunteer firemen of
Virginia, In Portsmouth. Va . next
month The following delegates .ere
elected: Charles Duffey, Lucien Duffey.
William Craven, Henry Slsson. E. J
McDermott. H B Phillips. Jr. and
Frank Pettlt. Alternates Owen Evans.
Thomas S Hunter. Andrev Drew. Al
bert Krichner. Elmer Mcintosh. Will
lam Webster, and Edward Williams.
John Leadbeater was elected repre
sentative vice president, w. A. Smoot.
sr , presided.
a Ktnln . b Hv.n nn fhtfk nht1trn
j liiutib woo .." " .. .... . .......
playgrounds today by the young people.
. " l - .lt1 K. l. .... ....
An open-air uuuci i ...j w. ,.;ii un
the grounds tonight by lhe American
Indian Guards Band, under the leader
ship of Director F. L. Plltt. at which
time the following program will be ren
dered March. "Mathadin:" mazurka.
T i,Ia r.,t rnrnfft KOln! ttaltz
"Cecilia;" baritone solo. "Sweetest of
the Swet:" march, "Flagship Connecti
cut;'Jfeuie." A lawn' fete will be given tonight at
Del Ray. under the auspices of St.
Rita's Catholic Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Smith have
foa to We&i Virginia.
ILL STREET IN
NEW TORK. July 2S Conflicting re
ports as to the Austro-Servlan situa
tion and the prospects of a general
European war kept the stock market
thia mnrnnc in sl fttntfi nf dprtression
accompanied by comparatively heavy
liquidation from roreign sources.
In view of the erratic market condi
tions, arbitrage operations between
London and New York viere practically
at a standstill; therefore, the London
quotations, which were down from 1
to more than 3 points, had much less ef
fect at the opening here than would or
dinarily have been the case. During
the second hour, however, the issues
held largely abroad dropped to levels
approaching those which prevailed in
Canadian Pacific continued to be the
weakest of the stocks, selling down be
fore noon to 172U. for a loss of 1
points. Union Pacific, which was off 3
points In London, receded to 122U. or
2Vi points below yesterday's close. Min
neapolis. At. Paul; and Sault St. Marie
and the Mkckay Companies were among
the softest spots, each losing 3 or more
points In he early trading.
United litates Steel. Amalgamated
Copper, and American Smelting and Re
fining, the most active of the industrials,
dropped between 1 and 1 points.
Louisville and Nashville was one of the
strongest Issues In the list, recording a
gain of 1 points.
Last night an Ipquest was held in
the office of Justice of the Peace L.
O. Wlssman over the body of Michael
J. Fleshman, a eateman on the Bal
timore and Ohio crossing over the
Washington and Baltimore boulevard,
who was killed yesterday by a freight
train which had temporarily parted to
allow automobiles and wagons to pass.
Mr. Fleshman, In thirty years as gate
man and flagman, saved a number of
lits at this crossing, lie was sixty
five years old. and leaves a wife and
five children. The jury held that death
was accidental. t
On account of the absence of Dr.
Guy W. Latimer and Councilman John
Talnter, of the lrst ward, and Edward
Devlin, or the second ward, the regular
monthly meeting of the council was
postponed until tomorrow evening.
Cnpt, O. A. Greager, before leaving
with his mllltlat company-, expressed
confidence that the local company again
will win the Dupont trophy While at
the range officers and enlisted men
will be required to prepare their owr
meals over log fires.
The ladies of the M. E. Church South
will give a lawn party on the corner of
Johnson and Wine avenues, Friday even
ing. Fire Chief Soules reports that the con
dition of Howard D. Orr. who was in
jured whilo returning from a fire last
week. Is much Improved. Dr. H. T. Wil
lis, the department's surgeon, says no
signs of blood poisoning nave appeared.
Mrs L. J. Smith Is visiting friends
In Ohio, for the citmnier.
Miss Mar-Jorlc Haine3 is passing her
vacation at North Chesapeake Beach,
Tim Rev O. LRoy White, of the
Anacostla M. E. ChJr.-h. Is on a yacht
ing trip on the lowtr Potomac.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bury, have re
turned from a tno weeks' vacation
trip to Plney Point.
Frank Blum, of Talbcrt street, is en
a three weel.-s' vacation. Before re
turning he will visit Nova Scotia and
Mrs. George F. Pyles has left Ana
costla for Chautauqua, where she will
Join Mrs. Cornish and Mrs. Alvin for
a summer trip.
Wllbert P.. Sanford. thirty-two. o
Giesboro Point, fell from hi wagon,
yesterday at Pleasant street ap
NIchol avenue. H. wan Injured aboii
the had and face, and was treat
by Dr. Watson.
EARNED SURPLUS.. ..31.000.OX)
For as Little as
$3 Per Year
You can rent a SAFE
DEPOSIT BOX in the
modern vaults of this bank.
Before leaving the city
secure the protection of
one of these "strong
boxes" for your valuable
papers, jewels, etc.
Loan & Trust Ctmpany,
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOT EDSON President,
The Safest Investments
Are those that do nut nuctuai .urine dis
turbed conditions uf th money or (lock mar
kts. First deed of trust notes first roorl
(aits), well securtd on real estate In tbs
District ot Columbia, constitute V'll-J(e"
Investments. They do not depend ujicn the
financial responslblllt) uf Individuals or cor
porations for their stabi.'ty. and ir exempt
from taxation as pertonal property. We can
tippljr such Investment In mnojnts from
UM upward Bend tor booklet. "Cuucernlng
I.oans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
Ill Uth ST. N. W.
Fully Paid In
Frank A. Munsey, President
Police Court Record
I-nliert Stateii Branch. Judce Puth Richard
Hunt, housebreaking. S0O bond; James Wash
lncton, larceny. 7 months; .Howard Washing
ton, assault, personal bond. John Douglas,
Theodore Jackson, larceny, personal bond.
John Allen, carrying deadly weapons. tlQ or
30 dajs; Itamond Wilson, assault. . or CO
das; Hamond Wilson, profanity and disor
derly conduct. 15 or IS das. Katherlne t)n
sourl. larceny, personal bond; Frank Lwls.
Clarence McKenzle. housebreaking. Jl.WI
bond. Max Kamber, gambling. $10. John
Dugan. assault. 10. Wallace fccott. assauu
wlih a dangerous weapon, continued, J.ouls
Talbcrt. assault, continued
District Court, Judge Push William inurs
ton. Grace Johnson. Mabel Washington. Julia
MrCnv nrnfanltv and rtlsnrdeWv conduct. $10
or 30 da) a. lilljah Jordan, profanity and dis
orderly conduct, dismissed. James II 'er-
miia, welsey wasnington. jomes ugni,
lolatlon of police regulation, personal bond;
Annie Thomas, Annie Washington, James
Stewart, profanity nnd disorderly conduct,
collateral forfeited; Henry Williams, un
licensed bar. dismissed. I 'earl Goodell. Maude
Johnson, profanity, dismissed; William Jonei.
Florence Crawford, profanity and disorderly
conduct, $3 or IS days; Mary Porter, agran
cy. 90 days; Jesse Hallock. G. W Esters.
lolatlon of police regulation. $5; Michael Gor
man. James Rodbert. William Fitzgerald, A.
H. Mitchell. Walter Smith. Pearl Goodal.
Harry Ferguson. Jennie Watklns. Joseph Wil
liams, James Hope. William weicn, intoxi
cation. $10 or 30 days; John R. Clark. Alfred
Nelson, Intoxication, personal bond.
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to The Washington Times by
Harriman & Co . New York; O. P. Chlpman.
Manager Local Branch. Colorado Rulldlnr
Anglo Am. OH 14T4 15H
Atlanta Goldfleld 14 IS
Bay State Gas H H
Braden Copper " "tVi
British Col. Copper 1H 1
Goldfleld 1H VA
Greenc-Canasea 29 S0
Kerr Lake EH i
La Rose Con si H
Manhattan Transit ?i
McKinley-Darragh 50 62
Nlplsslns Mines BV4 W
RIker & Hegeman STs 9H
Standard Oil N. J 3K 39-1
Tonopah Belmont 6'i CA
Tonopah Mng, of Nev 624 ot
United Cigar Stores S9 90
Yukon Gold 2 2U
LOST AND FOUND
BOSTON BRINDLE BULL: female, white
breast and white spots on head and feet.
Answers to the name of Dot. Reward if re
turned to 701 M st. N. W
CLASP PIN England Crown: lost on ride
walk at 12S D st. nr at 11:30 o'clock Mon
day; picked up by white man wearing blue
serge suit and straw bat. Will gentleman
please return pin to US D st. N. W. MIS3
RINGS One wedding and one signet, on
shelf In ladles' waiting room at Marshall
Hall. Reward if returned to 75 P st. N. E.
Initials on both.
LADY'S RING Lost near or in Lansburgh'a.
set with 5 diamonds. Liberal reward.
FRANK J. VOLKMAN, basement, 713 Hth
GREAT DANB-Female, yellow, strayed from
No. 2 Temple Court, between Sth and 10th.
D and E sts. X. W.. on Friday, the Hth; tag
No. 32, and she Is very thin, $5 reward for
return to 16 Sth st. N. W !
VANITY CASE; iIKer; lost Sunday at colored
camp meeting near Cabin John Bridge. II in
graved on one side and monogram N. W. 11.
on other; also pair of lone white gloves.
Liberal reward If returned to Castelberg's. 1
WHITE POODLE .Nirae Buster."
3(0 Hth St. S. E.
DOG Black and white wire-haired fox ter
rier: male; named "Jeff;" tag No. 10S1
Renard. 13 V at. N. W.
HELP WANTED MALE
ANTIQUE FURNITURE MAN-Good, and
cabinet maker. Apply at once, 4SS La. ate.
BOY Inteilgent, strong, preferably with
some mechanical training, for toy factor)'.
Rear 1341 W st. N. W.
BOY to make himself generally useful about
store; must hate references. NEUMAN'S,
1421 New York ae
nor with experience In a bakery,
st. N. E.
DRIVER for grocery wagon,
st N. W.
Apply 3C Uth
FINISHERS First-class, on trousers nnd
breeches. 701 II at. N. W
GOOD TALKER for outside work. Call be
fore or after 5. PALACE LAUNDRY, 731
Sth su N. W
JOB PRESS FEEDER CHARLES H. POT
TER & CO . 431 Hth st. N. W.
LICENSED FIREMAN Apply TOLMAN
LAUNDRY, 6th and C N. W. 1
MAN Young white, to wash bottles and drive
milk wagon. Apply 453 O st. J. w
MAN Middle-aged, for night clerk STAG
HOTEL. H Sth st . wages 19 per week,
bring references 1
WE need three men to learn to repair and
drlte to fill a new class. caH at once,
white only. Open till 9 pm. THE NA
TIONAL AUTO COLLEGE. Sth and O at.
MEN Tno able-bodied as farm bands on
farm miles from this c!t. Call 418 Sth
st N. W 1
YOUNG MAN Good reliable, to assist In
dining room, will pay good wages to ilghtj
party Call 201 I st. N. w
YOUNG MAN for shipping department In film
exchange, about IS jears old Apply nt
once. 420 6th st X W 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to learn French dresscuttlng.
dressmaking, designing and millinery, goou
positions furnished after learning New 1 ork
Millinery Academv lllSGst '
GIRL Colored, for general housework Ap-
pl to 1211 c st w -
GIRI Neat colored, for cafe
1S21 7th st
GIRLS J colored to work In a lunch room.
1161 20th st N W
MOTHER S HELPER, gcod home and salary
Annl at 233 27th ft N (Chew iiae
enri, Wednesday evening r any time Thiirs
dm PERMANENT POSITIONS (or bright young
Indies between the ages of IS and 21: appll
cants must be at least (He feet four Inches
tall Appll to THE TELEPHONE SCHOUU
722 12th st N W
WAITRI-S-GHl-looklng girl ml knoit her
builneMi all at 10 o'clock a in . 527 TSlIi
N W TitEASI RY LUNCH 1
I WANT two good salesmen for Virginia and
MjrjUn.l to w the best ronl oil light er
put on the market. afotiilmt.!it In Washing
Ington. I l" b letter. A W. CUMMINS.
DR. S. A. CZARRA
732 13th St. X. W, Washington, D. C
Treating Chronic and ho-talled incurable
Diseases SPECIALITY Abdominal Compli
cations, Kidney. Bladder. Mrlnure, Rupture,
and Piles cured without operation lilood
1'oUon Eruption. Prlvaie Diseases, etc. etc
Electric treatment for Nervousness un I
General Deblllt Olflce hours from 9 a m.
to S p in .
NEROUS. Skin and Blood Disease pt the
most ihronlc or serious character Surfaio
cancers and tumors are curable DR. NIC1I-
OI.SON 16 II st. N W
MISS JAMIUION. manicuring and chiropody,
hours 10 a in to 6 p m 737 llthstl
MANICURING UJM Tl.
m Apart 1. 72S I21h st. . W
LOUISE MAIElt-School of manicuring, scalp
treatment, chiropod), facial massage, sum
mer rates, Sunday 9 to 1. eve till P m.
Room 3i Kem.Is bldg . 11th and a. Ph W12.
OATQI PATQI If troubled with Rats I
-rtlO. rtrtio. liae the ,hln(. to get
them All work given personal and prompt
attention Ph. Main 6257-2924 t-03 Pa. ave nw.
MISS WELLS. PROFESSIONAL
Manicuring and scalp treatment. Hours.
to 5 S30 N. Y ave . third noor
MISS STURN "Aa'tnentf iS'll??
N W. third floor
Confidential Investigations Object
About an body, at any place, efficiency and
reliability guaranteed. 10 Md. Building.
FOR RENT ROOMS
5th ST N. E . 722-Beautltul. cool, newly
papered 2 and 3 room apartments; elegantly
and completely furnished for housekeeping.
E ST. N. W. 131 Two large furnished rooms
with alcove, housekeeping; adjoining bath;
?5 week. l
II 8T N. W.. 420 Front apartment ot com
municating rooms; I. h. k.. $17 month 1
GEORGIA AVE. N. W, 3223 Three unfur
nished rooms on second floor; all modern
conveniences; reasonable. 1
L ST. N. E., 821 Furnished loom with use of
bath : very reasonable.
N ST. N. W.. 915 Double parlors for rent,
complete for light housekeeping; reasonable.
CrJ ST. N. W 738 Cheerful front rooms with
business section. 1
13th ST. N. W.. 11W Second floor front
room newly papered and furnished.
13th ST. N. W., 720-NIcely furnished clean
rooms; reasonable. Third floor I
MASS. AVE. N. W . UlO-Double parlors;
other rooms en suite or single: housekeep
E ST. N. W S40 Pleasant rooms, business
section, reduced rates; transient accommo
dation by day or week. 1
3rd ST. N. W., 409 Two unfurnished rooms
with large porch; heat and gas. 1
NORTH CAROLINA AVE. S. E., 913 Three
unfurnished rooms, beat, gas and bath,
E ST. N. W.. BIS Three-room flat. 2nd floor,
reduced to J12.W.
12th ST. N. W 9083 large rooms, on second
floor; newly papered and painted; front
porch; bath same floor; gas and heat; rea
sonable. Furnished or Unfurnished.
FURNISHED or unfurnished; snug home and
grounds; occupant leaving city: reasonable
to satisfactory party. 2337 Georgia, ave.
BEATON PLACE N. E.. 314 Three rooms and
bath: 1. h. It: hot-water heat. 1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTRIC FANS General electric, direct
current. 9 In. fans, in perfect condition at
bargain prices; alto one very elaborate cell
ing fan with four electric lights, original cost
t: will sell for $35. Can be seen at COG 15th
st. N. W. 1
rOR SALD Bicycle, almost new, coaster
brake, lamp and pump, $15. E1S C st. N. E.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale, cheap.
Apartment 301, THE GLENDOWER, 19 Cth
St. N. E.
FOR SALE Furniture, new and slightly
used, for ail parts of the house; easy
terms If desired; dlscotnts for cash. Buy
at IIOPWOOD'S. Sth and K.
HOUSEHOLD furniture and tools. 331 7th
st. S. E.
STOP BUYING ICE S"fS3it?&w
"ECONOMYJCE BLANKET," 10c
ALL O'DONNELL DRUG STORES.
CHAIRS. 26c; Iron beds. $1: Boston couch,
$LM; Iron springs, $1.50. HOFF. 422 lOth nw.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Sth ST. N. W 721 Rooms and board $3;
transients $1 day; 6 a. m. breakfast.
GRANT PLACE, N. W.. 17 Neatly furnished
rooms with table board. $6 per week.
VERMONT AVE.. 1018 Cool large and small
rooms; summer rates. Phone Main 3214. I
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing: either ladles' or gentlemen's; send pos
tal, will call. B. TARSHES. 1303 7th it. N.
W. Phone North 499.
WANTED Furniture for cah. Sell your
goods to the man who gives the most
money. See HOPWOOD. Sth and K. 1
WANTED FURNITURE AND OFFICE
FIXTURES FOR CASH. KRUF3HAW
BROS.. 712 K ST.- N. W. TEL. M. 170S.
FAMOUS MADAME FIELD, scientific palm
ist and card reader, born with veil, re
teals everything, reunites separated. 122$
7th st. N. W.
FITZGEKALD-Noted Palmist and Double
Seeing Powers. Future, courtships, mar
riage, business, guaranteed 1017 Hth st. nw.
VR'NTTA Clairvoyant. Card Reader
ZJi-iltJ.-i.i controls events, never falls.
1927 Hth st. N. W.
PROF. CASTILLO gives reliable readings.
60c; removes all troubles; reunites the sep
arated; s-tlsfactlon guaranteed. located tor
the summer at Chain Bridge Park; take F st.
cars going West, one fare. 11 a. m. to p. m.
Palmist and Card Reader. 508 Cth st. N.
W Located here 15 years. Main S1S0.
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, $,"!
tructor of spiritual school; private readings
git en dally. 315 N. J. av e. 3. E Ph Line. 3015.
MRS C ROTH KnAiNQ uaily
iH.X0. J. lVUill, Seance lues and
Thurs. eve ; Anacostla car 7CO 6th st S E
MADAME CORNISH Noted spiritual med
ium; reads our life correctly. glvi9 names,
facts, readings dally 537 3rd st N E.. cor.
F iienr I nlon Mation. ladles fmlv
MISS C. VOEGLER VhJtSZ?
r r at 8. prlvaie readings dally 731 Cth nw.
PAPERHANGING & PAINTING
IIOVS AND GIRLS write nnd find out bow
easily ou can make some spending money
C T VOl'NGER. Paperhanger and Painter,
1424 Perry pi N W Ph Col 1S24
PAPERHANaiNG BY AN EXPERT.
Lowest Estimates Aiwa)
I W HOND. 407 O st I'll M 5467.
AUTOS-Have sour car repaired or painted
by extorts, must conscientious charges In I
town, carbon removed by ogcn. 75c c)lln-l
uer, tar wuaneu ami pousnea during oaj. 7c
MITCHELL SERVICE STATION.
1210 D st
Strictlj' Fireproof Garage.
Expert Hipulr Man Cuurteous Scrvke.
Five and Seven-Passenger Machines tor Hire.
J. Jos. Kennell), S. Cap Garage, 201 S Cap.
LIVE STORAGE $5 a month, expert auto
rrpalrlng. laihu work, test auto olio 10c a
quart. Hear 5:7 Sth S a I'.i Line 630.
Expert auto repairing. Ford cars a specialty,
all work guaranteed W L F1.A7.1E11.
rear 22i Mans uve. N W l'hune M Gul4-M
I WILL EXCHANGE unimproved city luls
for slightly used unto Apl o 11 ZAN1
y.i.NCEH. 9th ami New York ave N W. 1
FIVE AND bEVEN PASSENGER AUTO
J2UO 'JO $3 50 PER HOUR.
AUTO HIRE COMPANY". Line 2563
NEW CARS, cureful drivers, quirk service
lowest rates; $2 hr . hundav, j; ;o
JACK IllNES. Col ttyj.
L1MOL.SI.SES and touring tars rented by
the hour, day, week, ur luuntli, repairing Iu
all its branches. 1' L. PAY Lull, hiunuard
Garage. 2121 14lh st N W 'lei N tUOS 1
-PAS.Si:NGI.Il. $2t0; 7-paengr. $3 50 per
hour. Powhatan Hotel. IMh and I'a M. uv7
CHEAPEST and most comfortable 7-pusscn-ger
nutus in the -!t) . It 50 per hour, tjje
clal rates, shopping, theaters, receptions, etc.
Phone North b237 l
HORSES AND VEHICLES
7 HORSES, 1 mare In foal, fur sale for the
want of use Rear of 410 Pa. ave N. W
FOR HIRE Horses, carriages, wagons, .lay,
week or month; special prices. GEN
LIVERY CO . INC. rear 337 Pa ave M 11M.
HORSES and vehicles for hire, by day. week
or month at special rales, boarding horses
a specialty. COGSWELL'S STAULES. 311
313 Missouri av N W Phone Main 40wS 1
BUGGIES. WAGONS. HARNESS.
It costs ou nothing to look See II. G.
LEARY' before ou buy. 310 Pa. ave. Tel
ephone Main 8140.
SADDLE, driving and wagon horses for
hire: Westover board Lnr and livery stables.
1 IMJ of 1124 20th itrctt, Phone N. 1UL
ALL ROLL FILMS developed free lurin
July and August. Complete line ot.ot?
Supplies. O. L. HUSKE OPT. CO . C10 Hth at.
THE COMING STORMS BEQU1RE nOOFS
to be nrlnd and leak proof. Drop postal for
an estimate, on durable repairing and paint
ing. II. O.CKERT. 1C08 4th at. N. W. 1 .
MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS gl UP
Kenovited. Remade. Re-Covered.
CAPITOL BEDDING CO .
1241 7U st. Ph. N. 82$. ' .
Cravenette. gloria, fc 811k. $L 803 E N. W.
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS of the
Code of Law of the District of Columbia,
The Arlington Bottling Company, Inc. a
corporation duly lormed and existing under
and by virtue of the law ot the District
of Columbia, wherein It is engaged In the
manufacture and is a vendor of beverages
allowed by law to be sold la bottles, does
hereby tile with the Clerk of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia a descrip
tion of such bottles and the names and marks
thereon used by It In the conduct of the said
business, tor the purpose of protecting the
same under the provisions ot the said Code
ot Law. The said bottles are marked as
lollows: Large, medium, and small brown,
white and green bottles for beer, ginger ale
or other beverages, with the following in
scription blown In the glass In a circular
form on the neck of said bottle: "Arlington
Bottling Co.. Washington, D. C. Trade A. B.
Co. Mark Registered." With and without
on other side the following figures and let
ters: On large bottles "22 ox." On smalt
bottle:: "S ox." On medium bottles: "12H
ox." Syphon bottles having Impressed on the
metal cap thereof the words: "The Arling
ton Bottling Co.," and with the following
Inscription blown or etched In the glass In a
circular form on the body thereof: "Arling
ton Bottling Co.. Washington. S. C Trade
Mark A. B. Co.. Registered." All persons
are notified and cautioned not to fill with
liquor, beer, ginger ale. soda or other bev
erages any bottles and syphons so marked
or to sell, use. dispose of. buy or traffic In
the same; otherwise they will be prosecuted
according to law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF
the said Arlington Bottling Company, Inc.,
has caused these presents Yo be signed In
its corporate name by Charles Jacobsen. Its
president, attested by Amandus F. Jorss.
IU secretary, and Its corporate seal to be
hereto affixed, this ISth day of July, 1314.
ARLINGTON BOTTLING CO. (Seal.) By
CHARLES JACOBSEN. President. Attest:
A. F. JORSS. Secretary. A True Copy.
Test: J. R. YOUNG. Clerk. (Sal.) By
W E. WILLIAMS. Aist. Clerk.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
HOUSES IX ALL SECTIONS OF
OIIE CITY WHICH WE SHOULD
LE PLEASED TO RENT TO COL
A list with Information concerning rents,
etc.. may be had by calling at our office, or
call M. 6465 and we will mall you one.
THE F. II. SMITH COMPANY,
140S NEW YORK AVENUE.
3 very desirable bouses on 14th at, extended:
both In excellent condlt'on.
4017 Hth STREET.
8 large rooms, bath. h. w. h JI0.W
1363 SPRING ROAD.
6 rooms and bath. h. w. h $33 10
Call M. 6454 and we will send keys for any
of our properties.
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
140S NEW YORK AVENUE.
703 QUINCY N. W., 8 rooms, bath. STEAM
heat; front and rear porch. Put In order.
505 13TH ST. 12 rooms, bath, HOT-WATER
heat, good condition. Faces Park.
SEVERAL downtown properties. IJth et,; X.
st., n St., etc acB OUR LIST.
.N. L. SANSBURY CO.. INC., 721 11th et.
New Two Family Flat.
Within walking distance ot Government
Printing Office; 4 rooms and bath; wide halls,
separata entrance: yard.
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
723 20th St. N. W.
FURNISHED or unfurnished; snus; home and
grounds; occupant leaving city; reasonable
to satisfactory party. 2527 Georgia ave. 1
FOR SALE or rent by owner. In the West,
108 R st. N. n. 7 rooms, bath, hot-water
heat, side yard, side light, new garage, fur
ther Information 24 R. I. ave. N. E.
2233 10th ST. N. W. Four-room house, gas.
$12.75; white tenants. Key 918 W. .
WE HAVE A CUENT,
WHO DESIRES TO RENT HOUSE ON
between Hth and 16th and north of Euclid at.
Must have 10 rooms. Send full particulars to
EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ, INC,
734 15th st. N. W.
WANTED Furnished house until September
16; rooms and bath. W. D. CUTTER, 1203
Clifton st. i
WE ADVANCE RENTS on houses vacant or
occupied; list them with us and receive
jour lent today; only 5 for collection, REN
TAL REALTY COMPANY. 222 Woodward
Hide. 15th and II ats. N. AV. 1
IF lOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL consult
this office, the large number ot places sold
weekly and our choice list ot paying places
listed proves to jou our success. Inquire
MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. 913 N. Y. ave.
CONFECTIONERY, soda and candy store,
Oih st. near F. This choice store will be
sold at sacrifice this week.
GROCERY N. W.. one of the best: large
stock first-class fixtures; receipts $3,500 per
LIGHT GROCERY.x living rooms; rent $22.
CAFE uptown, exclusive and paying; owner
leaving city will sacrifice.
LI Nt 11 ROOM near railroad station; receipts
$15 per da . asking $1,600.
ROOMING HOt'bE. 15 rooms, beautiful fur
niture, owner leaving city will sacrifice
.MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. S13 N. Y. ave.
CIGARS, periodicals, transfer point, $900.
LI Neil ROOM, good business, colored. $150.
r'HOESHlNB and tailor shop. Pa. ave. !6u.
ROOMING HOUSE, 16 rooms, sacrifice. $175.
INTERSTATE BUSINESS BROKERS.
625 F st. N Phone Main 1791.
FOR RENT Best retail grocer business cor
ner in Alexandria, South Columbus st. C.
M ADAMS. 411 King st . Alexandria, Va.
NOTICE Dancing teachers! Will rent hall or
let un lOinmlsslon, good prices and trade
Addreiut CENTRAL BOX 54. Times office
FOR SALE Drug store at Alexandria. Va..
on the muln street, ifcing a good business,
finest sodu fountain In town; can be bought
lieu" or will sell stock nnd fixtures. goxl
riaon fur selling Apply 322 King st . Alex
andria. Va. 1
TAILORING- business, downtown location;
guod business, sacrifice. $750.
CONFECTIONER!. iandy. etc ; N E loca
tion, living rooms, dallj sale, !.0. take 1600.
GROCERY STANDS, best market In city;
uner going South will sacrifice at $JC0,
cheap rent, good trade
CALL AND GET our list of rooming houses;
groceries, lunch rooms and barber shop,
rink bottom prices.
NEW lOUIC BUSINESS BROKERS.
1423 F st N W.
FOR" SALE Reautlful It-room house. 1300
block L at . filled with good pajlng roomers,
clearing $W. owner leaving city: $700, half
ca h accepted BON 55. Times office.
LMtGE ENCLOSED YARD and ofllce In
N W ; neaGeorgetown: suitable for Junk
dealer, storage yard, or barrel dealer, etc;
low rent CONNOR 4 SON. 2Cth and I'a.
ave N W
WANTED Partner in established business,
with $500 and office ability; male or female.
UtJ.1 Z. 1II1ICJ mic
STORE Confectionery, fully equipped with
soda fountain, pop-corn machine, etc S27
9th st. N. W. 1
WE ALSO "SHADE" THE PRICE.
Opaque shades fitted. Ste: oil opaque or de
mesne hollanj. shades. 10c; duplsx. cambrls
shades. V. MUmttiJJTB. Uth tad U NJ,
APARTMENTS TO LET
Near War Department.
1727 F N, W.. 10 rooms, hot air furnace.
electricity. In perfect order. Low rent to
725 20th st. N. W.. 10 rooms and bath, Htrobe
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
721 20th at. N. W. .
POTOMAC APAP.TMENTS. 2233 N 8T. N. W.
Four rooms and bath; excellent location.
Rent $18.50 to $200.
See these without delay.
AVON ..PLACE APARTMENTS.
t and t rooms each. Hot water htat.
Bent $14 and J1J.W each. .
J. MeKENNEY BERRY.
1163 Wisconsin Ave. N. W. X
18th and Ontario road.
One 2 rooms and bath $33.00
One 4 rooms and bath 60.00
Inquire at the Ontario or
McLACHLEN BANKING CORPORATION.
10th and Q sts. N. W.
20th and Kaloraraa, road.
One f rooms and bath apartment, $68.00.
Apply at the Mendota or
McLACHLEN BANKING CORPORATION.
10th and G sts. N. W.
121J H ST. N. E.
Sir rooms and bath, gas range, new plumb
ing; third floor; $14.50; second floor; $15.50.
MOORE & HILL. INC.. 1120-23 H St.
AT 7th and H STS. S. W. Four and five
room fiats In 1st class condition: on car
line. $14.50 up. PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John
Marshall place. 1
1032 Ith st. N. E.. B rooms and bath $11.00
1028 8th N. E.. 6 rooms and bath .-12.53
15 L N. E.. 6 'rooms and bath, hot
Wftlcr OCAt SQ.M
Keys at Qrocerr 1033 Cth st N. E.
4 ROOMS and Ltth. $22.50; S rooms and bath,
front. 830.50; t rooms and bath, front.
$22.50; electric elevator; telephone each apart.
THE MELTON. 4th'and N. Y. ave. N. W.
FOR SALE HOUSES
TERMS Ip. DESIRED
Nine rooms and bath brick, newly papered
WEST OF 14TH STREET
This Is a very substantial house, cost con.
slderablr more to build thsn the price we are
now asking for the entire property.
KEYS AT OFFICE.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
Southern Bldg. $07 lith at. N. W.
FOR SALE A Home and great bargain
IN ST. ALOYSIUS PARISH
7 rooms and bath; press brick front; bay win
dow: large front and rear yards.
MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST I.
EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ. Inc. 734 15th nw.
I PRICE, $3,750 '-I
MUST BE SOLD 3
I PETWORTH j
Semi-detached brick, containing I
m bright rooms and bath, newly painted
and papered throughout; large lot to
public alley. This Is a real bargain.
built to sell for $1,350.
EASY TERMS IF DESIRED.
IWM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., I
Southern Bldg. $07 15th at. N. W.
ii T-t-TnT-T t ?i . T ' !rii-TiM
"n n i i i n i i i n nvi
Six. Rooms and Bath.
Nearly new and In fine condition.
In select white neighborhood.
Will sell to white or colored.
Address BOX 48.
Washington Times Office. 1
and balance like rent will buy a new 8-roora
tiled bath and cellar brick house with HOT
WATER HEAT: 3 blocks from H st and
Florida ave. car lines. Good location. Price
only $2.S50. No agents. Address OWNER.
BOX 13. Times office. !
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
GREATER CAPITOL HEIGHTS.
$1.00 Down. $1.00 per Month.
WILL PAT FOR IT.
NO INTEREST. NO TAXES.
Look into and investigate this; lt will pay
ou to do so. The greatest real estate bar
gain and terms in the District, Don't put
off; take advantage ot this lifetime oppor
tunity and commence a homo for yourself
Take "H" St. Car Any Time Sunday,
Get Oil at 61st St. N. R,
Where the Agent will present to you the
greatest real estate investment in the Dis
trict. O. B. ZANTZINGER. 903 N. Y. ave.
$50 CASH. $15 50 MONTH.
-.n. ?-r,wm hnn hnt.UOl.r hftt lirr.
... . i. c m.1. , -? t
loi. Jiupijr o., .vui at. ... i. . a
HOUSE, halt acre, 2 car lines; i rooms; rood
hedge trees; cement walk; water, gas; bar
galn. new school house. 636 2nd ST. N. B.
FOR COLORED PEOPLE Lots 50x170: aq
from cars, high and healthy; school, church
and store within 3 sqs.; price $70 to $90: terms
$2.50 mo. without int. THE MILLER CO..
12th and Pa. ave. N. W. Opp. Raleigh. 1
PLEASANT VIEW HEIGHTSA suburb ot
delightful homes for colored folks. Houses
and lota on car line In D. C. Every ad van
tage. Terms like rent. TEPPER & GUSACK.
504 E St Ph. M. 3238.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
on tlOO cash and $15 month, at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop
postal, telephone, or call on WM. IL
RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. Tel. M. 523L 1
FOR RENT New detached S-room and bath
house. Chevy Chase. D. C. $55 (lease).
FULTON R. GORDON. Colorado bldg.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
ttJ InU FURNISHED
Thone M. 2010-201L
Ui! 11 Street N. W.
STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPINQ.
MOVING PACKING SHIPPING Oet our es
timates on moving your household furni
ture, satisfaction guaranteed. S. D. F. Co..
501 Eye st. N. W. Ph. M. 5636 I
EXCURSION WAGON and omnibuses tor
picnics, etc. W. 737. LITTLEF1ELD. AL
VORD & CO.. 1408 Pa, ae. N. W- opposite
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely fire
proof storage, moving, packing. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO.. 412-20 10th St. N.
W. Phone M. 4229.
STORE YOUR FURNITURE, pianos, etc.. at
WESCHLER'S. K0 Pa. ave. N. W. Rates
reasonable; estimates cheertuUjr given.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
WE pay best cash price for used motorcycles
T. N MUDD. Jr.. Inc..
824 Sth st. N W..
Agent Pope Motorcjcles. Reading Standard
Motorcycles, ana uicycies I
USED MOTORCYCLES Reading Standard.
$75 CO. Indian. $30.00. Indian Twin, -475 10.
Indian Maid, sidecar. $60.00; 1912 Indian
Twin. Terms reasonable.
T. N MUDD. Jr.. Inc..
m sth u. x. w. i
- Birtttu r j.
George W. and Ida Thomas, boy.
A. W. and Florence Scruggs, boy.
William B. and Charlotte C Rudd, boy.
George J. and Alice Qulnn. boy.
Louis -C and Ruth M. Newman, boy.
Benjamin G. and Anna G. Murphy, boy.
John T. and Minnie Lash, boy.
Cornelius and Nettie Lee., girl.
William and Alice R, Kline, girl.
Solomon N. and Freeda. Gordon, boy.
John W. H and Florence A. Gross, girl.
Charles H. and Nora Garrison, boy. .
Bruce G, and Edna Frick, girl. .,
W. Hayden and Adrlenne Collins, girl.
Joseph P. and Agnes M. Callanan. girl.
Woodley F. and Sarah A. Abell. girl.
Abraham and Faslnatlon Smith, boy.
Richard and Henrietta Holland, girl twins.
Benjamin and Lillian E. Hutchinson, girj,
Arthur and Stella Farmer. glrL
John and Florence Curtis, boy.
William and Jennie Anderson, boy.
Barney R. Simons, of Philadelphia,
Mlgnon E. Dickens, of Mattoon. III.
Howard F. Hawkins and Ruby L. Brooke, of
Reginald C. Moneymaker, of Clifton Forge.
Va., and Opal F. Baker., of Covington. Va.
Joseph C Wedding; 48 years, Tremont Hotel.
Catherine V. Flynn. X years. 42S New York;;
Upton S. Brumbaugh, 65 years. Atlantic Ho-"
Augustus Smith. 98 years. 173 Euclid street
Annie B. Cornwell. 39 years. 1 Fox Hall road. -D.
Bertha Dean, 3 months. Baby Hospital Camp..,
Louisa Bell. 72 years. 1225 C street sonthwesL"
Charles Maynard, 41 years, Washington Asy
ElrHha Ghee. S years, 151$ B street northeast.'
Thomas Hlnson. ES years. Washington Asy
lum Hospital. '
Lena Johnson. IS years, 1112 New Jersey ave-
Emmett Dixon, 1 year, Freedmen's Hospital. r
Henry Jones. 70 years, 131 SU-and-a-half,
James Nalle, 42 years, Washington Asylum,
Herbert C Morris, months, 2007 Ninth
Martha Jones. 45 years. Freedmen's Hospital.
,f eJTtry description moderate price
1214 I STREET.
J. WILLIAM LEE.
SB Pa. ave. N. V?.
Telephone M. 135. WASHINGTON. D. a
NDREW'S PAINT SHOP
Acts far lejuvrescc
"PAINTS FOR ALL PURPOSES"
Fa-Boa for Their Per-ajtaeaey
1804 14Lh St- Ph. N. 420-421
EDROOM SUIT Di
Wtshsta9I -tad ia qq
Eau-.el Bed . . . li90
89c at Week
Kraft Bros. Co., 81 1 7lh St. ft W.
818 18 th ST. IT. W.
OIV'T LOAF TOUR
Entire future away. Be of some use
to others and yourself. TV cfTer
four complete courses Commercial.
Stenographic. High School. Language.
.Mercantile Bnnk nidc;.,
TT1 10th N. W.
RID IRON CLUBx
Phone Lincoln 133.1
I- A. FINN, 7th and G N. E.
AIR AND FELT MATTRESSES
Hewr-ade equal to 4 nr
ntw. 25c off if I .J
this coupon Is presented
Eazle Beddlnsr Co-
1323 7th St. Phone M. 0310.
-Everything for xae Kitchen
Estab. 18S3 Ph. M. IK
Dupa.-quet, Ho at 4k Moneuse Co.
rUcse. Refrigerators. Cooking
n.A.Trfethen,aiarr.. 1330 H ..
OTOKCYCLES Boazht & Sold
vr vay best cash prices for isetl
Imojorcycles. tVe have some good
bsgalns in slightly used machines
lp easy terms. Indian. 130; Indian
.In. 175. also 1313 Indian twin and
bide car. reasonable.
T.N.MUDD Jr.. Inc.. 824 Oth St. NVW
Dick seryice stenographers
301-30O WOODWAIID DLDO.
FOR SALE STORES
CON'FECTIONERT STORE for sale, must be.
sold by 'Wednesday evening. 1101 East Cap
FOR EXCHANGE-tl.OOO to JSCO.C0O In clear
.. -J. PMnAAtlun .antlM ml Tfith strtf
extended; for desirable income property.
Fulton R. Gordon. Owner, Colorado BuiUinr.
Alain oZii. uroKcrs, .i.'-4.-j.
TWO-STORY BRICK STABLE. 10 stalls. SO;
foot alley; modern lmpro ements. 430 K
st. N. W
FOR RENT STORES
FOR RENT Corner store. 6 rooms and bath.
Apply St 11th st. S. E.
FOR RENT OFFICES
LARGE OFFICES and stores In buslnO
section, electric lights, cletator. steanci
lanltor. Ill ta CS. Cental otnees. J3 to J"i.
VICTOR IlLDC:.. th and Grant sL Call Its
MONEY WANTED & TO L0AN;
1IONEV TO LOAJ. CM to JJOO.000 on D. a.
real estate. .Several trust funds 4i to S.
per cent. All transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. IL SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. SOT 15th st. r. XT.
Money to loan at t, on District Real j.
tate Any amount from (SCO to K.0O9. on first
or second trust. In straight note or monthly
payments. Takes only three days to malis'
PAUL V. MITCHELL CO,
H 14th st. X. w. t
MONEY TO LOAN oa real estate; lowest
rates: prior payment privileges: Ursa
amounts. TYLER ft RUTHERI'ORD. 73 IStX