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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEJIBER 24, 1914. THE BEST Photoplay Department in WASHINGTON Improved Acting Due To Better Plays Now Written For Film. The great lack of the motion pic tures, according to the makers there of. Is plays. The day has passed, according to these experts, when an old scenario can be produced with any degree of success. The old scheme of getting a lot of actois and actresses together and writing a play around an acciden' that might befall one of them ha been left way behind. The result is that the producing companies are now hard put to get real plays. They hae seen the folly of producing the catch penny ideas that were formerly used for fillers in between big stories and have decided that hereafter every play must have a big punch whether it is a split reel comedy or a six-reel production of the big dramatized novel. Several of the larger producers are now at work producing plays by recognized authors of fiction. It will be noticed that when such work is commenced in the studios that the general standard of the whole product improves. Something of this sort was noticeable in the Es sanay product and when Francis Bushman was in Washington early this week I took occasion to ask him what had happened to bring about such a decided improvement in every line of Ussanay endeavor. He said very promptly that it was due to the improved quality of the plays. Mr. Bushman is one of the actors for the screen who has done n great deal personally to improve the quality of acting before tne camera and his Influence has had a most decided effect on his fellow players. In discussing the matter Mr. Hush man said that one of the reasons better plaj'3 have an uplifting tf foct on the entire product is that actors and actresses take more cara in the development of the characters in the good plays that have some character to them and the drilllnc: they get in this is naturally com municated to their work in plays of lesser value. The work of the di rector is better in quality in the good play than the bad because ho is not called upon to invent so much of the action. The statements of Mr. Uushnrm are more than confirmed bv the ex perience of Horace G. Plimpton, general director of the Edison Com pany. It seems strange," Mr Plimpton Mates, "that it has taken almost five ears for tbv'producors genially to realize the 3ue 3f utilizing promi rcnt current fiction for motion pic lures. "If the motion picture play holds its popularity in its present form, the development will be in the line of better plots," he says. tVe cannot im prove the acting for we have obtain ed the very best. Present-day photog raphy cannot be improved upon. But we can have better stories. Of course, in the five years I have been connected with the motion picture business I have seen a great many changes, and I wouldn't dare go on record as saying the motion picture Play has reached its zenith. Rather, 1 prefer to believe that the future holds a great many changes. I am not certain about the permanency of the present picture, and perhaps something may happen to revolution ize the artperhaps the talking pic tare will come next. "Who knows? In the next five or ten years it may be possible to give an evening's en tertainment with the talking pic tures, presenting In five or six reels ome well-known play. ' The picture director.' says Mr. Plimpton, "is supreme in his do main. With the rapidity necessary to the production of a certain num ber of pictures weekly the motion pl'ture director must be allowed to do his work unhampered, and as he sees fit. allowing, of course, that duo attention has been given the scenario prior to its being turned over to the director I believe the scenario w-riter should be taken into consul tation in a measure by the director twfme thf picture is produced, and at the Edison studio I try to assim ilate the position of the scenario writer It is impossible for us to hav the author of a script on the grounds, since we buy scenarios from all over the country." TODAY'S BEST FILMS. Selected by GARDNER MACK. Oljmplc Theater, 1431 You street, William Coutlelgh In "The Better Man," a Famous Plajcr Production. "The House rxt IJoor," by J Hartley Manners, Crandall's, Ninth and E utreets. "Vrptune's Daughter," Univers al), the Columbia, K near Twelfth Mrert. Kntplre Tlieatrr, air. II street northeast, 'The Cruise of the Molly Anne." The Ho? a I, Fourteenth and Irr Inir streets. "When Youth Meets outh.- (Note These elections are based on the personality of the play- rs and the producing company and not personal inspection except in special cases. G. M.) WHITE HOUSE CALLERS u 10 3it a. m Henry Borton. ' J3 a m Senator Thompson of Kan fas id i i a. m. Congressman Cline of In diana 10 43 a m. Congressmen Fltzhenry and O'Hair of Illinois. U a. m. Senator Stone of Missouri. '1 30 a. m. The Attorney General. 2 m Congressman Henry and cotton delegation. i- !j p. m. Edward F. McSweaney. 2 CO p m. Former Governor General 1-orbes of the Philippines. - 30 p. m Washington correspondents. Realty Transfers 05 Ci street touthueft C. K Crump, uls lee. to Emanuel hptlch. lot 1&. kquare 41.:. J1W 1171 Hlxlh street northeast Harry Crawford, lot 0. square SK, JI.iTo Senth nd V tlreem no'thc'i.st William Slurjiln fl ux to Clara J! 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WILLIAM COURTLEIGH, The well-known actor, who appears at the Olympic in "The Better Man" today. CLAYTONBILLNOW E Sharp Debates Over Report When the Senate Takes Up the Issue Today. Senator Culberson, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and head of the conference committee on the Clayton bill, has reported the bill back from conferenco to the Senate. It is expected that a sharp and protracted debate on the conferenco report will be begun todiy. The charge is rrcely made that the bill has been emasculated and that it com ports badly with the many campaign promises of tho Democrats to take dras tic measures with the trusts when once they got into power. The tendency of the conferees has been to tone down tho bill and either strike out penalties or soften them. This fact, taken in connection with the charge that lobbyists of biff special in terests have been active about Congress of late, has stirred up much feeling. Talk of a demand for a lobby investi gation continues Senator Red is much dissatisfied with the way the bill has Been emasculated, and especially over the fact that his amendment provid ing for receiverships for concerns found to bo monopolies has been entirely elim inated. Critics of the bill say that the way it has been written Is calculated to enable an offending corporation or combination in restraint of trado to take refuge In protracted litigation. One of the pro visions in the hill which has been the subject of much dispute Is the Walsh amendment to prevent "tying con tracts." As this provision now stands. It is minus the. penalty provisions. Epitaph Boasts He Died Single MYRTLE POINT, Ore.. Sept. 24. "To an independent, pood-looking old bachelor, who in his younger days Preferred to live a single life rather then get married and be ruled by a pettlroat boss through this life, and perhaps in eternity." A graniie monument bearing Oils unique epitaph and surmounted by the rather heroic effigy of a bache lor standing on one side of the River Jordan, with thrt-. old maids on the other, beckonlnp him to cross, today marks the crave of V. R Whitf. an eccentric resident of Myrtle- Point, v.ho died recently at an advanced age after a life of single blessedness. In his will Hartley left explicit directions for the hewing of the monument, and Inscription it should bear. Wholesale Produce Market EGGS Nearby, fresh. 2U30o per doz.. Southern. itiii:Sc per doz CHEESE New lor1- mw, 16Vic per lb.; fist. 16Vic per lb. BL'TTEU ElKin print. 33c per lb . tub, S2'c PT lb process l'ti27c per lb LIVE POL'IJ'KY tguoiatlom, furnished by Krey. Price & Co I -Hen!-. 16- per lb , roosters, lie per lb ; turkeys. liUISc !er lb.; ducks. Uftllo per lb . spring dilekens, lMl 17c per lb LIVE STOCK Veal mixes, best. KKIlOc per lb , beay. SfrV per lb., tat sheep, trjl'c ler lb . spring lambh. 7WM; per lit VEGETAHI.ES-tUuotatlons furnished by Taylor V,'adt -Potatoes, new, jr.75 bbl , onions. Jl 0 per bushel $1 to jer xa k. al ba;e. 11 1', per hundred ILs l.'tture 1 V))i 17 to pfr basket, beets, f t -,- r'i bunches WOUl. 'O-oldtl"!! urnlaliei. bv irej I rice &. t. i Lnnwshru, fice from bens. -'3: per lb We do exclusively a. commission business and quote prices at which we are tcIUnp foods of that date. Krey. Price & Co. OUT OF CONFERENC FINANCIAL CAPITAL, Sl.000.000 EARNED SURPLUS.... tl.0W.00t An Executor Whose Life Is Perpetual The service of an individual executor can be terminated by death. The life of this company is PERPETUAL. Flacimr vout estate in the hands of our Trust Dept. will insure having tho service of a dependable executor for ALL TIME. -?"Personal conference and cor respondence invited. The Washington Loan & Trust Company Cor. 9th and F Sts. JOHN .TOT EDSON President. The Safest Investments Ars ihote that do not fluctuate durlnc dis turbed condlUons of the money or stock mar kets. First deed of trust notes (first niort mtl), well recured on real eillte in the District of Columbia, constitute "lllt-edle" Investments. They do not depend upon ths financial responsibility of Individuals or cor porations tor their stablll'y, and are exempt Irsm taxation as personal property. Ws cam supply such investments In amounts from HC0 upward Send for booklet. "Concernln Loons and Investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., 7a uth arr. n. w. The Munsey Trust Company Capital $2,000,000 Fully Paid I Frank A. Munsey, President LOST AND FOUND ROUND MOSAIC PIN. Wednesday night, Bllmiore. 27th. Garfield sts.. Connecticut ae, VVoodley lane, or Calvert ut bridge. Itenard for return to 1M3 Blltmore st. nw. GOL.D MEDAI. &. UKEASTPIX, last night. Iteward. 311 K st N V 1'OOUIJS. white, long hair streaked light broun ears and tall, on Sunday. Sept. 13. Heturn to 513 SI st S. V . reward Bt'I.I. UOG English brlndle. named "Pit land," crie a good deal. Reward. 171& Rlggs place N. W UllV'fi PIIN GOIJJ WATCH, silk fob with Si. Mark's Church pin. 1310. on 7th st N. v.. between I. and It. JENNIE I.. EMMONS. HIS 7th st. N V. WHITE SPANISH I'OUDI.K Yellow on ears. named Tito, female. J 15 1736 Q st ClIHAN POODLE -White, with right e Pink Named "Buster " 1S47 Uth st. ,H. E. 1 GILT IIAI.!-Lnt on Chew Chase car or road from "Heacon" to "Ontario." a gilt ball belonging to antique clock. Return to office at Ontario, reward. I HELP WANTED Male and Female. in K K:r - Ijh ami -in experienced chain. bermald and on' gisod waiter or walirr-s. fiom November unul March at Southern le- sort. KRANK BOID, Buks. North Carolina. HELP WANTED MALE BAKER'S HELPER, while or colored A p. ply 16-.1) TIM SI .N W 1 BOYS HOYS HOYS Earn a pair ol ball-liearing roller ! skates for one hour's work after school or Saturday Ao7 Col orado Building. BOY for uilor shop with wheel, sood pay and steady work. Apply at once, 1511 Con necticut ac " BOYS Several colored to work around lunch room irom 11.30 until 3 o'clock dalb. Ap ply HERBERT'S. INC.. 411 Uth at N. XX'. 1" BOY wanted with biocle Apply J. U HUSKE. 61u 14th at N. W 1 BLTIEIl Colored. 1st class, references, ai once. KISHEK S AGE.NCY, 113 ll'lli at. N. V. EltUAND BOY-Colored. with wheel, with reference. 11W nth st. N. W. FOltEMAN to take entire charse of our al teration room, must be thoroughly experi enced In dept. tftore work, and lurnUh ief erences, permanent position to right man. Apply to 1H. 11EMIY I.VNSIIUHGH. of LANSBUItOU &. Bltos.. betore 10 a. in. GROCEKY CLEItK. Call 1107 1st si. X. V'.. after6p. in eienlnss 1 GROCEKY CLERK lbOl II t. X E. GENERAL BLACKSMI'1 1I-A. S. SMITH. Benninfr. V. C. L.VDIES OR GEXTI.EMEX who would like to turn easy money outside of their regu lar employment will find It ery profitable to call ai ROOM 3i'U. Corcoran llimdmrf, Mon day, between 9 and 1 noon. 1 to a p. m. Or drop jKstal lur particulais, urresoond ence lonridentlal. a tuoroulil diguuJ proposition 1 1'ArERHAXUERS Either piece or dsy's work. Apply E. f MA, SuOS Georgia aw; X W 1 I'A11:RHAx'gER8 Good wages. 312 Cth t. X. E. 1 I'RESSER Mrst-class, ladles' and cent's garments. Call at once, r.'t Xorth Capi tol st. X. W. I'RESSER Experienced, steady Job. Wisconsin ae . Georgetown. CS I'RESSEIt EApirieni.ed at once. BELOFK. KK 11th at. X. W. 1'RESSEit wanted at once. Apply 60.1 B st. X . 1 l'RCSSEK for ladies' and gent's garments at once. K16 11th si. X. W. e. , PRESSER First-class, tor ladles' and gent's garments, good pa and steady work. l..li 31bt st X W &.M,UbMCN Experienced In furniture store, 613 LouUlana ae. N. W SKIRT MAKER-B. KRITT. 3147 T st. N. W 1 TEACHER of lHtlltlcal econom . spare time work BOX in. Times nfrtce LNDEIt PREE'aER Experienced mi men's coats. t,ta Tth st. N . room 5 WANTED-Help in all departim nl lll'll fSESS HUThl. AUKm'T. CJJ Prtti st ll 1 WINDOW l'!.H.Elb-Ittuuj for wo.k ,'Ci 10th 1 N YOkNt: M,l. BOX li. .hi salao. , i lo u'i folleiltng Address '-nice, stating experience. . ,i. . ! HELP WAN TED FEMALE APPRENTICE To learn French dresscut- ting. dres&makinR. iKslgnlng, and mllllneo. good positions furnished alter learning. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 1115 G St. EMBROIDERESS Wanted loung lady thor oughly familiar with high-class work. Ap ply I'liE EMBROIDERY SHOP. Uth st. N. W 1 EXPERIENCED HELP wanted on papsr boxes. Apply 132 Pcnna. ae N. W. 1 GIRLS Ten to secure good patlng positions after few months free practical business schooling H38 U st. N. N 1 GIRL for housework. 312 6th st. N E 1 STENOGRAPHER Familiar with patent work, state experience. $20 month; good chance for promotion. Address BOX 17S, Times office. SEWERS On women's coats; only those who are thoroughly experienced need appl), be fore lU.:f a. m. JULIUS GARF1NKLE & CO. TELEPHONE OPERATOR Competent switch board, experienced In use of typewriter. CHAS. G. STOTT & CO. INC.. 1310 New York ave. N. W. 1 WAITRESSES Three first-class experienced; good salary. 1206 Pa. ate N. W. 1 YOUNG I.ADY for our hosiery department. Apply at the FAMILY SHOE STOKC 3W 7th st. SITUATIONS WANTED Male. MAN wants position as blacksmith's helper; willing to work hard. Address 710 3rd st. S W. 1 CLAIRVOYANTS MADAME STANLEY g vti of tha hand, hatisfactlon guaranteed; He v a call 13th and II sts X K Hrs 2 to 9 p. m. MME. CARLETTA, PALillST. CLAIRVOYANT. CARD READER. 12 years' continuous practice In Washington Without asking a question tells ou oblect of our call, names of friends and enemies. When you consult Mme Cartetta you consult the best.. Open Sundavs. 70S Sth st N. W Madame Ogle, I'schacn'Q?1fm,;adlns' 176 North Carolina Ave. S E FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double Seeing powers. Future, courtship, mar riage, business, guaranteed. 1017 11th st. nw. Closed Sundays. For Ladles Only. MRS. R. LUSBY. Palmistry and Card Readings. Latest Fata Cards and Charts Used. Clairvoyant. 33 New York ave. N. W. 1 SPIRITUALISM MISS C. VOEGLER - - eve at 8. private readings dally 73 etth N W MADAME CORNISH -Noted spiritual med ium, reads our life correctly, gives names, facts; readings dallv i37 3rd st N. E . cor. F. near Union Station, ladles only MRS. MAMIE STEVES, $- structor of spiritual school; private readings given dslly. 31S N J ave. S. E. Llnc. 3018. MEETINGS at the home of Mrs J. E. Maltbr Wednesday and Friday, 1p.m. A messags to each. Dally Readings. Ph. North U31 IMS First st. H. W. MRS WHITE. TIB 22d ST N W -Seanre Sundav Wednesday and Friday evcnlnss. private readlncs dallv 1 HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALIi Young horse, sound and active. good for delivery wagon, cood worker Rear 23IS K st VV 1" BLACK HORSE MM lbs. .heap. JiO. J Eth st N W 1 FOR HIRE Horses, carriage, wagon. dy. week or month, sfieclal prices GUN LIVERY CO.. INC. rear 337 Paave.MI!7 HORSES and vehicles for hire, by daj. week or month at sptcial rates. Itoariilng horsei a specialty COGSWELL'S STABLES. 311 313 Missouri ave N W Phone Main I'M 1 MuVllMG, HACKING STORAGE MOVING Sie Pbona M. 2Ulu-:i)ll. KRIEG'S EXPltESS, 1236 II fctreel N W STORAGE. PACKING .'.!) SliII'riNO. EXCURSION WAGON and onuitouse.1 for picnics, etc W 737. '.I ITI.KFIE1.D. AL- VORD tt lC, 140S Pu. ave N W . opposite NewWlllard GET OUR ESTIMATES on abwlulely fire- iroof storage, moving. ioklng UNITED STATES SIORAGi; CO. -H3-20 10th sf. N. W I 'hone M I.'2-J STORE YOUR FURNITURE, pianos, etc. at WESCIILER'S. a.'O Pa. avo. N. W. Rates reahonable; estimates cheerfully given Phone 122 STORAGE !1 n.o . llJUlid 111 Iree. all we ask. compare our prUe H. uihl esllrnaiej cheerlull given, ccntial location dry c.eau storage rooms, open tor inspection at ny Um. H. Baum & Son.. 212 Pa. av. 1L 125. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. GIRARD ST. l.'lv 1,-irge nttrartlve f'onl loom near Inth. phone, rtas-maul.' l-il. ST N w , 110s-Third tloT.r front hall room. ticel furnlshehd. steam htai l 0th hi N w.. l3.'3-Coz room adjoining ain. sieam neat. . Rood toard next door. COM'MIIIA ROAD. 1127-becond tloor 0nt sons twin beds, bath same floor, electric llaht. hot-water heat Col j0. VERNON ST N. W.. 1S43 (bet. ISth and llfth sis.) Larce. brlcht. southern fur. rooms. private home: meals if desired. N. 77ti6. 1.AMON1. lbjl Very reasonable to perma nent tenant, adlacent front rooms: brand now house; family of I. 1 NORTHUMBERLAND. Apt 106 A lady, alone. In handsome fur. apt. would like to rent one or two double rooms with boa-d; reierences exchanged Virginia cook. MT. VERNON PLACE. SC-Second and third noor iront room; facing Public Library PA A E. N. W.. I20& Beautiful rooms, mod ern, rates for winter, opposite Raleigh Ho tel; no car fare. Sth ST. N. W.. 709 Furnished airy rooms. central; hot-water heated: 2nd and 3d floor. Unlurmshed. K ST. N. E.. 1 Two front rooms and Kltcncn, houseketping. steel cars handy. uw latcb. ih ST. S. E.. 313 Two unfurnished rooms. neat, gas and bath. $12 10th ST. N. W.. 1C2J Two hue hgnt house keeping room. hot and cola water, sitam heat, cocking gas A ST. N. E.. 312 Two unfurnished rooms. light housekeeping, heat and gas. ;i2.3d. lh Sf S. E.. 200 Three rooms and kitch enette, lorner Pi open j. modern heating id plumbing. l ROOMS AND BOARD Sth ST. N. W.. 721-Rooms and board. JC, rooms 2 In a room il each. 6 a. m. ureak- fast. lulS Jt'tn ST. N. S. Large sun parlor, double ana single rooms, larke caruen. special at tention pj.ld to diet. West lwl. 1 COLUMBIA RD.. 1426 Elegant home, ihicst laoie. tiec. aajacentto bothcars.l.ol:u.. VERMONT AVE. N. W.. 10Is-lu.".' Newly lunushed rooms and toard. phone Main H. KENYON ST. N. W.. 1220 Nicely furnihed room in private lumlly. Phone Col. Jan. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DRY GOODS STORE. 7th st. N. W. Large xiock an new goous. men s fumlsmnas ij to tile minute; cneap rem lor lo-aiioa. ask ing ti.W). GENER.VL STORE, suburban. large clean C -. .. . .... .... ..... ii.... iw-( icceipis auoul 4V per ud)i itiA rooms, also grocery S. W., sooa corner, rent J5. asking S3V. MOVIE THEATER, 4t seals, beautiful piace wen equipped; rent J7o. I'w. aiso new movie theater lor rent at 150. ROOMING HOUSE, heat furnished free: tost il,40u to furnish; must be sold. Price &0. ROOMING HOUSE. K st.. 16r.. hwh.. J3W. ROOMING HOUSE. Mass. ae.. near lOth.JOU). uuuai.Mi HOUSE, near sth and iv.. izr.. m.. ROOMING HOUSE. 6th St., near E at.. 1W. MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. 913 N. Y. ave. NOTICE We cannot supply the demand In business places. We have cash buers for cigar stores, small groceries, hotels and Elures of all kinds. Yoar place advertised un til sold, all business conlldentlai. u you want to sell list now. MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. S13 N. Y ave. ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS for quick tales. CIGARS, magazines. 7th st. nw J2J CIGARS, magazines. 11th st. nw II.-W GROCERY S. E.. good cash business . ..MW GROCERY S. E.. living rooms, sacrifice.. SUM LLNCH ROOM, good cstab. bus.. nap....J2W ROOMING HOUSE, bth and B sts , nw ..27i MOVIE Theater. &K cap., quick sale....2.H) LIST WITH US for a quick sale. Places treated confidentially and advertised until sold. 1N1ERSTATE BUS BROKERS. 635 F st, WE GET RESULTS for others, why not for you; see us If you wish to go In or out of business. We are known by the business people of this city for the past IS jears. CONFECTIONERY, fruit, cigar, soda, etc .....!...... ..1,4 ..,,.,..4 An la Al .larifl? $150 month; make price anil terms right. ROOMING HOUSE on Grant place N. W. lent 5W. cheap at M. also, house near 6th and F for $C50. on terms NEW YORK BUSINESS' BROKERS, na r. ROOMING HOUSE. 12 rooms 1500 .........n,' c-f-Vr,. ...1,1. r -,.,., tl IjJtUC .111 SlOHb Illl tyjnim .. - GROCERY STORE, tilled with stock. $00 or invoice. LI NCH ROOM near Government building, for quick sale. $300. ... t. nt.II 1 TOT- TlC-trrVT7C TlI'VIVlZ lK.l UCH Uia uumi.u u.. EQUITY BUS. BROKERS. 1227 N Y Ave. I WISH to rent some very handsome dining end bedroom furniture to a reliable parly in Washington at a moderate price for good care, references required. Address BOA 180. Times office. PERSONAL i-h-i-i-'I : i '! i-i-w bPEOALlST J. Jl. lL LLJ tot 17 STREET 4- The Most Important Advice T that I can offer to any man or T. woman who is sufferinc from any J- acute chronic or special dlbeasa J. Is to take Immediate steps to ' Get Well, 606, Bacteria Vaccines. T and all the new serums and anti "" toxins administered. IJlood tests T made. Laboratory stocked with everything the best in medicines. Over 30 ears practice Iti treat ins Catarrh, Indigestion. Consti pation, Piles, 'throat. Lungr. Drain, Heart, Blood, und Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, all stages of Blood Pnlannlnir. Nervous and General ! Debility. Charges Low. Medicines Furnished T Office Hours. 10 to 1; 3 to 6. Sun 3. diiya. 10 to 12. ;-I"H-X-;-H--:H-K-H MIPS CAIN, manicuring and Scalp Trcat inent. 71S ;th st N W Apt 1 Evenings bv apiMilntment Phone Main 741 MISS WELLS. PROFESSIONAL Manicuring und scalp treatment. Hours. 3 to & 932 G st N W . Apart. 2 ;PFrlAI 1ST U'SEASES OF THE SKIN Blemishes, Eczema, Lupus. Skin Cancers. Bronchial Asthma. All are Curable. Elec trict Treatment. DR. NICHOLSON. 1205 H Street N W MISS WELI.S. PROFESSIONAL Manicuring and scalp treatment Hours S lo f, 33 mi N W . Apart 1 MISS CAIN, manicuring an.l Scalp Treat ment, 71h 7th st N w. Ant I Evenings by appointment Phone Main 742 DR. S. A. CZARRA 732 13th St. N. V Waahintton, D. G TrratlnC Cht-onlc and .So-called Incurable Dleaefl. STKCIAITY Abdominal Coiupli tatlons. Kidney, IJladder. Stricture. It u inure, and J'tUs without operation Ultxxl I'oiscjn. Eruption. 1'rtkuto DUcae. etc., etc. Electric Treatment for Nr outness and Gtntral Debility Olflce houiM (rovn 'j a tn. tu t l m You ha htreti this firm name before. Souihern building, l.th and H s I'liun Mam JJ. Kounded lv- Kxpert s-trei aerx Ke traribicl.d In all sections, rmair.tonsul irttlun looiiib 1M 10ji;AIll iltniu.i.sr.ti on and fONM IA'IIO.NS wlllmut -hart,-, tn nir nfliiis MUltOAN UK UKui;t. .i . I'rlmlpal. lule ? ;'t i-erlt IKpiucI and landed WAI'i: UBI.U (Jen Mn aer. lato 1" S (in t eiNtce Licensed mil bonded MISS -lMKU)N. numlt uriiiK -ind bifpd ho mm l' a m to 6 p in lJl N V. ave ' M ftor 1 BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS OKKlNtl.MEN 'peculating on a sure thin; means av inone in die man who knows vilire t" Invest in advantage, see this Ini slightly usil cofils and vi-jts. $2 lo SI bu big value .ml mis lasli to the man v. Ia IK.-.1S It. one prhe .IISTH'S OLD SIAN1), Sl 1) i o. YouNonn. Peiterhanglng and Painting. 1421 Perry place N V I'hiUie Col 11,24 vw. Jl VI on vur. li'.r. 1'im.t. . npsoue shades Mien ,.e. oil o.eque or no- mesne hahand shades, luc: dup.ei. cambrla (hades. 71c. KiEEiJlATT 5. uth JJc H K. ML. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS LAWRENCE'S PIANO SAI.K j Kimball Upright Piano, $105. , ORGANS., ii. SQIARE PIANOS. K. $10 F. C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING FLOOR OIL contains olium and wax. keeps the floors clean and bright and gi es them a polished tinlsh. good for furniture. Tiy it. 5Cc gal. delivered 113 Pa. ave. N. W. M. MSS On market over 25 years. FOR SALE Show case. 3 ft. with 2 adjust able glass shelves, perfect condition. Call 3Ki 11th st N W 24 DAIRY LUNCH CHAIRS slightly used: one register; one new broiler. 22 Uth st. N. W Dogs, Birds, and Pets. Jl'ST RECEIVED tine lot singing canaries, parrots, dogs of several kinds. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th st N. W WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing: either ladles' or gentlemen's: send pos tal, will call. B. TAItSHES. 1308 Tth St. N. W Phone North 4. WANTED Furniture for cash Sell your goods to the man who gives the most monev. See HOP WOOD. S'h and K. 1 AUTOMOBILES COLIMHIA TOLUINCSeven-passenger; al most new; has been In storage high-class bargain. Phone M. 3KS 710 Southern build ing FOR SALE Cheap, one gasoline automobile delivery wagon, will demom-trate. Apply jas. Mclaughlin, care r. p. andrews PAPER CO.. 727 13th st. N. W. 1 FOR SALE Model "F" Ilulck. perfect run ning order, cheap for cash; make offer 2ii:h and Ash sts., Mt. Rainier. Md. Phone Ilvnttivllle 230. COLUMBIA ELECTRIC Excellent cundlllon; solid tires; will sell for J230. A. S. Cay wood. 315 N. Y. ave. nw. Main 710 Strictly Fireproof Garage. Expeit Repair Man Courteous Service. Five and Seven-Passenger Machines KorJIIre. J Jos. Kennelly. S. Cap. Garage. 301 Sv Cap. Expert auto repairing; Ford cars a specially; all work guaranteed. W. L. FRAZIER, rear 222 Mass. ave. N W. Phone M. C644-M. Foi Hire. FIVE AND SEVEN PASSENGER AUTO 12.00 TO J3.00 PER HOUR. None Better. AUTO HIRE COMPANY. Line. 22K. .-PASSENGER. J2.J0; 7-passenger. .50 per hour. Powhatan Hotel. ISth and pa. M S207 MOTORCYCLES .NEW 1315 POPE. 7 h. p . Z-ftpeed twin, with pi.Ar l& ni ntj o.t i l. iiokij-uiic tii ii iv vm oui taiii. o lew art tr--riom(er nnrl hrtrn? run 1f mllo .nr,l S24 Sth st. N W. " i APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. FOR RENT lor six months 5-room furnished apartment. No. 1 Audoun. 1102 14th St.. J63 per month. Inquire of Janitor. ISIS ISth ST. N. W.. J rooms and bath: front and rear porches. Rent $20.56. ALEX. S. CLARKE. JR.. 633 F St. N. W. FOURTH ST. N. E.. 223 3 outside rooms ana bath, with porch; hot-water heat: no chil dren. 2832 ONTARIO ROAD Two especially at tractive apartments; one first and one third door; 6 large light rooms and bath: janitor and telephone: no children: 550 from Oct. 1. Apply to Janitor or to G. F. EOWERMAN. Public Library. Main 6776. KOU LEASE FIRST OF OCTOBR-1333 Eu clid St., Apartment No. 1. first iloor, 6 rooms and bath, south frjnt. rent 113 per month. Inquire of Janitor. FOR COLORED TENANTS. 2422 and 2424 17th st. N W. For rent, beautiful 4 rooms and bath apartments. J16.50. $16.00 anj J15. Large yard for drying clothes, locker and public laundry; near Mt. Pleas ant car line In section where help Is In good demand. Call soon If uu want one. Apply G G. BAILEY. 1335 F st. N. W. AT 7lh and 11 13TS. S. W. Four and five rcoui flats in 1st class condition; on tar line, JI1.W up. PHILLIPS CO.. 3 John Marshall piac 1 Furnished. FOR RENT Furnished apartment; 4 rooms and bath; southern exposure, all outside rooms, J45 per month. 1720 H st. N. W. Phone M 265S. Wan tej YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE want 3 or 4 rooms. Mt. Pleasant section, not over J27 50. BOX 181. Times office. ! SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. SI Cash. $1 Month. Uwn Your Own Home. AT GREATER CAPITOL HEIGHTS. Take H street car. get of! at Slitj-flrst street northeast. Agents on grounds dally at office as you get o!T cars to tU yau how to do It. ONE 6c CAR FARE. Don't MIbs This Chanca of a Lifetime. Take advantage of this greatest oppor tunity tu own REAL ESTATE ever offered tho Washington public for the small casa pa) men t of ONLY II ana the balance ONL1" II aiuuia. No interest and no taxes. DO IT NOW. DO NOT PUT OFF. INVESTIGATE. You never beard o7 such lov prices. Take H street car. get olf at Mxty-orst street northeast. OFFICE AS YOU GET OFF CARS. AGENTS ON ciKOU.NDa DAILY Si Cash. SI Month, VERY PLAIN 4-room house, but beautiful grounds, 4 large lots, shade, garden, llow ers and chickens, a home for a. plain, honest family, no modern Imps Also plain o-room cottage, gas and stove in house with very large lot., 23th and 3Cth sts . Mt Rainier. Mu , 1 car tare and tth places bargains. S.i") osh balance monthl J C ROGEltS. Ml Rainier Sta 31st and It. 1. ave. N. E. 1 MONlHL. no cash needed. 6 room house vtlth bath and all modern conven iences., lurge Cry cellar, lot on corner. 150 12u, cnlcken house und run,, some shaje and shrubbery. Price. JJ.4U0. CLAL'DH WARREN. Rlverdale. Md. A SNAP 0-room house, gas. 6 lots, fruit. grape. icullry houses and runs, fenced. IJ.cM.'. easy terms, one faie. Several for J. M EARNEST. Mt. Rainier. Md Si, 800; EASY TERMS. S-room concrete house. garae. servants' house, nevv . lot 1-3 acre. East Hattsvllle. I block fiom lnterurban It. K . 12.010 10 lots. 6 room dwelling, barn and other outhouses, well, corner lots, nne order, 'lux (ilo, Jl 1W. M MtlON nl'l'ICETT A SON. 611 F at X W j-OK SALE WuO CASH. UALANl E AS RENT, new tlelached s-room and bath cot tage lol 012o to alle . will b'ulld garage. hevs elms.-. I) C FULTON P UORDu.S. 0ner Colorado lllds Main 3231 COLORED PEOPLE See the extra large lot. w. art selling one sq. from the Ualio. trol. ley fur P0. !.'.i0 monthly without interest, high and healthy, store, school and church Call, vi rite or phone fdr details. (il.LEK 'l) . l.th Pa ave 0p jlalelg.l PLEASANT MEW HEIGHTS A suburb et delightful homes for colored folks Houses and lots on car line In D. C Every advan- Mge Terms like rent. TEI'PKU. 304 K t HOW TO UE YOUR OWN L.ADLORD on COO cash and 115 month, at CHEV1 CHASE For lull particu.ars Jro postal. telephone, or call on M H. HI r HIi: J"' olorido bldr ll M .231 1 Fnr Sale cr Rent. NINE-ROOM llt'l Si:, attain heal. large grounds. Iinvvn Height'. Mil A fine home at a sl.al bargain. SIX ROOM houte. concrete cellar under en tire house, beautiful locallim, see these propertlis hi mice. John J. Kleiner & Co., Owners, 12 6lh t N W. 1 . ... ., .., .,. Jt ... . ,..T ,.,, , -" ..... ...... .. .. ...... 7 loom house, hot-water beat, suburban. eu !. i.i";. uiic. DEATHS ADAMS On "Wednesday, September 23. 1S14. at 10:35 p. m.. at his late residence. 19 S street northwest. ROBERT ADAMS, in the siity-ninth ear of his age. beloved hus band of Martha Wells Adams. Funeral services will be held at his late reildence on Saturday, September 26. 114. at 10 a m. Friends invited Interment at Arlington Cemetery, prlvxte. FENTON Suddenly, on Wednesday. Septem ber 23. 1914. MATTHEW D. FENTON, be loved husband of Elizabeth V. Fenton (nee Lynch). Funeral from his late residence. US Mass achusetts "avenue northwest, on Friday morning. Requiem mass at St. Patrick's Church at 9:30. Relatives and friends In vited to attend. LEECH On Tuesday. September 22. 13H. at West Point, N. Y.. MARGARETTA PARK, wife of John Frederick Leech. Funeral services will be held at -her late residence, 1731 Massachusetts avenue. Wash ington, D. C, on Friday, September 23. at 2:30 p. m. STALTER-On Sunday. September 20. 1911. al Philadelphia. ELIZA GADDIS. wire of Charles E. Stalter. and daughter of Mrs. Maggie Gaddls and the late William Gad dls. of Helena. Mont. Funeral Friday. September 25. at 3 p. m.. from the Tesidence of Maurice Otterbach. 411 Tenth street southeast. Interment in Congressional Cemetery. SPAULDING Washington Lodge. No. 13. B. P, O Elk's, the lodge will convene in' spe cial session at a. m.. Friday. September 25. 1911. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. JAMES J. SPAULDING Signed EDW J. MURPHY, Exalted Ruler WJI S. SHELBT. Sec retary. 1 IN MEM0RIAM -MARTELL In sad and Invinir remembrance of my dear wile. ALICE E. MARTELL. who departed this life lour years ago. Sep tember 24. 1010. Just four years ago today Since my dear w lfe passed away. And while she lies In peaceful sleep Her sacred memory I shall kiep. By Her Loving Husband. (Notices for this column are accepted at SO cents flat, either prose or p-try. In case notice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents for each line In execs. f ten. Vital Records. Births. Julius and Catherine Wenig, girl. Herman and Florence Walker, girl. Harnett and Clara Shapiro, girl. Nathan and Rebecca Slav sky. girl. Morris and Luclle Sheppard. girl. George and Marie Sebastian, girl. William H. and Edith Recksiek. boy. Richard and Flora Koszel. boy. William S.. Jr.. and Katheleen Rogers, boy. Jobn A. and Vivian E. Quinn. boy. Percy and Elsie LeDuc. girl Frank A. and Hattie Kliendlenst. boy. John L. and Susan E. Jones, girl. Joseph and Etta Joscphson. girl. Anthony and mzauetn rioimeaa.- Doy. Louis and Rebecca Epstein, boy. William and Mazle L. Domdera, girl. Arthur J. and LilU Dlvver. boy. Charles L. and Bessie Cook. girl. Corleton and Flora E. Bates, girl. William W. and Brace 5. Brooke, girl. Louis and Annie M. Aldo. boy. Charles T. and Nettle Anderson, boy. Henry B. and Theodocia Armes, girl. Levi and Emma L. Scott, girl. George and Evangellna Pern', boy. George and Fannie Chappelle. boy. Marriage License. Edward S. Morris and Duane Knight, of jiarcui uiccu imm.j. . ... Milton B. Huntt and Vlrgie Scott, of 'Wash ington. Harry L. Ogle and Elizabeth L. Bowman, of Washington. William F. Morris and Ellen B. VS ampler. of March Green county. Va. Death. Harry M. Alber. 32 years. 303 Tenth street northeast. Robert W. Flllus. 23 ears. Emergency Hos- r,..i e c.i.k. rr ,.r riarffeM tin.nital Elizabeth Gibson. 0 years, Xa McLean ave nue southwest. . William Kenealy. 9 das. 317 W street north Mary." S. Leavitt! 70 years. Providence Hos- Rowland Anderson. IS years. 600 Fairmont street. Lavinia Smallwood. 0 years. Freedmen s Hospital. Rachel E. Harper. 3 years. 36H P street northwest. , Charles Fleet. 2 years. Emergency Hospital. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESINGS of every description moderate price GUDE. 1211 F STREET UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A LIVERT. 332 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13S5. WASHINGTON. D. .C FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. FOR RENT 538 WTH ST. X. W. ci .... ..,. ..h Jmn, rnrv.h FWV.1 six luviua ,,u waui, ..wu. v.w... r..-.. vards. rent reduced to $30.50. to a good col ored tenant. MOORE A MILL. irC. HJl-JJ iv Jl. vv . 1303 M ST. N. W.. near Thomaa Circle, i rooms and bath, white tenant. H8.S0. PAKTLY- FUR. HOUSE. 1S15 F st. X. W well paying roomers and boarders; reter- ences exchanged. Phone M. SO. 1 3625 N. H. AVE N. W. Attractive 6-room and bath, modern dwelling: electric lights: hot-water heat. Rent. JI0 per month. 62S L st ne. 2-story. 6-room and bath brick; furnace heat. 21 60 per month. A. C. ilOUGHTOX & CO.. 635 F 3t, nw. 122 F ST. N. W. Six rooms and bath, bay window brick. OWNER. 500 1th st. N. W. SPECIAL BARGAINS Six large rooms, re ception hall and bath, very large stable, nearly new property. 327.60. 12H O ne.. 6r. Dath f30.50 1363 E ne.. 6r. b OM Both in nice condition. D. D. THOMPSON Jt CO.. 1335 F St. N. W. COLORED TENANT. 60S 20th st nw., . room brick, papered and repaired through out Rent 7. Alex. S. Clarke, jr . 835 F . tn,. kn.. ?, ami Tavlnr t V K 115 per month. BURNSIDE. 1136 U N. W. FOR RENT at Takoma Park, house. 6 rooms ana oam, iaia , .... v..v ...... station No. 7 Maple st.. ill.50 per month . BEAUTIFUL detached Sr. and b. fur. house In Cleveland Park, a m. 1 . one squire from Chev y Chase cars. Ph Own-ir. Clev- 710 Furnished or Unfurnished. FOR RENT HOUSES and apartmes Unfurnished anl furnished, all sizes. d sirable locations, renters should call in per son or get my rent list for particulars, prompt, efficient. "Personal attention to all applicants. JESSE L. HEISKELU 1403 H ST. N- W. PHONE MAIN 663. FOR RENT OFFICES FOR RENT Part ot offlce. 133S G st N W . , . .. .... t..i, .I.i.irl Hi-hi. nmt lanlt.tr service .... i ! LARGE OFFICES and stores in business action, electric lights, el.vatur. .Lata. janitor. fl2 to IS Denial cinces. 116 to S3. VICTOR h'LIXJ . ih and .mnt pL Call tta floor. FOR SALE STORES GROCERY, meat and pnivlslon 'tore Apply m and C sts S XV. V J Mir ' SALE OR RENT STORES. c,nri, c looms an.i Dam Corner btore, , ,,. s. e. C looms and bath. Apply FOR SALE FARMS TXX'l) OF MANY FARM OPPORTUNITIES OF MINE ICc- Montg. Co . Md.. 2 miles of l C . high class neighborhood, good land ma. Iri till . l'age fenced, spring, stream, kin) bearing apple uecs. Sr h"use i 't Hiik barn stone ilalrv en- xhade and vie Jl too Va on 11 Xa . r ii Inn s r. . 3 r'leared. good 7r house lio fru-t trees, turn siream. H.Mk J. JEROME ldUUrXX)T liOt H t. K. W. , 1 pecial Notices PAINTS LAWRENCE iNTERIOR OR EXTERIOR CEMENT PAINT la waterproof and present a ..I..JM annAnvan Tft la III. nT)lv Mill. tary, durable cement coating made. Adapted ror walls, floors ana ceilings, iusiprooi, waterproof, ollproof. "IF ITS GOOD PAINT. WE HAVE IT " W. F. Andrews, 1804 14th St. N. W. FLOWERS For All Occasions SHAFFER. New Location, 900 14th Street HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES He-made equal to new. 2jc off If thU coupon ! pro- O-t fJS sented ,. OXmlO EAGLE BEDDINQ CO.. 1S09 7th St. Phone North JHO. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES ALL ROLL FIIJ1S developed free during September. Complete line of Photo Sup plies, o. u HL'SKE OPT. CO.. 10 Uth st KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. "Everything or the Kitchen" Estab. 1X..2. Ph. M. Slf rjupaniuet. Hout & Moneuss Co. Kanse. Kefrlgerators. Cookln'r Utensils. H. A. Trefethej. Mlt.. 1220 U 3L CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARJJ- u.ij- cieaneu; rus wuv-en irom oia carpets. maiuessea renovated. Estimates furolshedw Ai.uc.xci. JCVDllll Ac cu.. dj a su w M. 2616. Umbrellas Re-Covered av$J'?X!tL Cravenettc, glcirlq. & silk. Jl. 904 u'nw Vlx'r'nLh.satia A.VU tsyjx. sriuVMB vi ..u Renovated. hmart ni'Ar.,.-i " CAPITOL BEDDING CO. 1M1 -.TJ st. Pn. N. Uf. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS; HlNl Vtsvl sWIint Ift'tV' a Uf-iEit t t . T THE UACili: AUDIT COMPANY. - cef ooumira mam, fa jo. ook, i PUBLIC NOTICES , C. H. SYME it JAS. FRANCIS SiUTH. Attorneys. IN THE SUPREME WuKT OF THE DIS TRICT OF CULUAlBLl. Hold.nl- a. lllstrtnt Court. IN RE: The condemnation of Square S3cJ. lor hlgnway and park purposes along inj Anacosiia Jtlver. m the District of Co lumbia. District Court No. 1121. Upon con sideration of the petition of the Commission er oi tne District of Columbia. Hied Is the aoov e-entltled cause, and on motion of coun sel for the said Commissioners. It la ojr ta Court this 22nd day ot September. A. D. mt. Ordered: That thn Clerk of the Court us.ue a citation to Harry Ev Gladman and Lilzabeth S'. Gladman. 3U Pennsrlvanla. Ave-' nue. Southeast; Arthur E. Randle. 25Z Penn sylvania Avenue. Soutbeast; Matilda U. James. (Care of Col. Henry Naylor. Asses sor's Office): Mary S. Nalur. (Care of Col. Henry Naylor. Assessor's of- nee): Thomas Keely. No. 612 node Creek Road. Northwest; Otho XV. Hammond. No. 723 sth Street. Northwest: George J. Bradbury. No. 22$ Pennsylvania Avenue. Southeast: Michael I. XXeiler. No. 312 Penn. Ave. Southeast. Margaret A. Patch. No. U Q Street, Northwest: German American Realty Company. Inc.. No. 222S Penn. Ave nue. Southeast; Albert Carry, Tr.. No. 135 12th Street, Southeast: Bessie M. Roberts. No. 11 1st Street, N. W.. to appear la this Court on the Sth day of October. A. D. 13H. at ten o'clock. A M.. to answer the said petition and to show cause why the prayers thereof should not be granted, and why the land, more particularly described In the pe tition filed herein, should not be condemned for highway and park purposes along the Anacostla. River. It is further ordered. That a copy of said citation be served by ths L nlted states iiarsnai tor tee -District oi Columbia upon such owners of the land sought to be condemned herein, and such per sons Interested therein, as may be found by Hi- said Marshal, or his deputies within the District of Columbia; and It Is further or dered. That all persons having any Interest in these proceedings be. ana tney are nereoy. warned and required to appear In this Court on or before the said 6th day of October. A. I) 1911. to answer the said Petition and to continue In attendance until the Court shall have made Its flnal order, ratifying ana con firming the award and report of the Commis sioners to be appointed by the Court to ap praise the value or the respective Interest of all persons concerned in the land and premises mentioned and described In th afortsaid petition. It Is further ordered t That a copy of this order be published once In the Washington Law Reporter, and twice) a- week for two successive weeks In ths Waah lnzton Evening Star, the Washington Herald and The XX'aahington Times, newspapers pub lished in the said District, belore tn said Sth day of October. A. D. Mil. By the Court, X ENDELL P. STAFFORD. Justice. A true copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG. Clerk. Br F. E. CUNNINGHAM. Aast. Clerk. 1 PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OB" THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washing ton. September 23. 1914 Sealed proposals will be received at this otnee. Room 5U9. District Bulldinir. until two o clock p. m.. October 1. 1011. for furnishing and delivering at Engine House No. 16. this city, one cast iron boiler, with fittings, one hundred and seventy-two square feet of heaters and one pressure fan. SDclncatlons and form of proposal may be obtained from the Purchasing Officer. D. C Room 320. District Building. ULJVi.it. f. CHESTER HARDING. Commissioners. D. C. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. XXasn Ington. September 22. 19H. Sealed proposals will be received at this offlce. Room 509. J District Building, until two o'clock P. M. October 5. 1311. for furnishing and delivering cast Iron lintels for the- windows and steel lintels for the east and west entrances, at the Bryan School Building. B street, between 13lh and 14th streets. S E.. this city. Speci fications and form of proposal may be ob- tainetf from tne i'urcnasing umcer. u. c. Room 320. District Building. OLIVER P. VCU-MIV FREDERICK L. SIDDON'?. CHESTER HARDING. Commissioners. D C FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SAJ.E A GENUINE BARGAIN. To colored buyer or as investment, two fine dwellings, one on 15th between T and You sts nw . 9 rooms and bath, rented 335.50. other c e on Rlggs st between 13th and 14lh nw . 10 rooms and bath, rent 335.50. The owner of these houses has Instructed us to get the best offer we can and submit it. This Is a real opportunity to buy a good home or investment at a low figure. Let us show vou the property. you u i HOWENSTEIN CO.. 1314 F st. N. W.. or 7th and H sts. N. SL ON RENTAL BASIS: VERr COZT t-ROOM: and bath brick residence, with both gas and coal cooking ranges in the kitchen, nicely finished throughout. Pricw $2,250: 1150 cash and J21. monthly, covering interest In first and second trusts and payment on principal. A. C HOUGHTON & CO.. 635 F ST. N. W. FOR SALE Modern s and J-room homes, on exception all easy terms. PRICES. J2.S50 AND H.S0. $21.50 and $19 50 per month. Includes all la. trrest and payments on principal. Corner 16th and C sts. S. E. Open anl lighted daily until 9 p. m. Representative on Premises. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN $250 to $500,000 on D. C real estate. Several trust funds 1)4 to i pi vent. All transactions conducted wltb economical consideration for borrowers. XVM H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building. S07 15th st. N. W. SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at 6 on District Real Es tate. Any amount from $200 to $5,000, on first or second trust. In straight note or .monthly Pimeiiu. Takes only three days to maks ,"n" PAUL V. MITCHELL CO.. 71 Uth st N. W 1 MONET TO LOAN on real estate: lowest rates, prior payment prlvii.sss; large IBHUU. TTUSR RUTUJUUrOgSs Of UUs.