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l"--. - - V"" sc v ; vsa -fH- -e- THE WASHINGTON ?&&&; "fthftSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24: 191'4. THREE fyiEN E5CAP E JAIL AT ROCKVILLE HEADS CHARITIES 3$aw Through Bars and Lower Themselves by Means of Blanket Rope. awinj: h( iron bars of their cell ".iow iuo colored men and a white h. nil hold on charges or larceny, oped farly today from the Montgom r rounty Jail at Rockvllle. The pris oners vre Isaac Gilmore. twenty-flve. 1 W lliam Gihhs, twentv-tle, both -- and "William Smith, sixteen. "'"he deliorv Is believed to have been . ffei ted with the aid of an accomplice, cot a saw to the prisoners some rr Aestcidui In some manner Smith a"- cked in the cell with the colored .-night It is believed he slipped their cell Just before" the Jailer took i risoners from the corridor and ' tvfd them in their cells last evening. f locks on the doors of both Smith's i the colored men's cells were se eiy fastened, while the bars in the b 'r couth's cell were Intact. There a no way for the bov to have sotten the Jailer said, unless he had been ked in the same cell with the other x poners. """he cell from which the trio escaped directly over the high stone wall ound the jail yard. Only two bars i to be saved to make an opening ge enough for the men to get cugh. An improvised rope had been ade from blankets, and with this the "toners let themselves to the ground r n the outside of the Jail wall. The "Washington police received de- riptions of the fugitives, and were asked to maintain a sharp lookout. A search is being made of the surround ing country by the county authorities .SE1bBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbW i ti '" """ i yt i i "1 isLPiisisM i "$&? Wc5a& KFsLH....V -t "'-v.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb) , "- SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ gt. ?-?-'!jV ? jOHbbbbbbbbbI I 0 DISCUSS VALUE OP ELECTRIC ROADS Convention of Railway Men at Atlantic City Will Be Attend ed by Washingtonians. CARDINAL GIBBONS. Who today begins his new term as honorary president of the National Conference of Catholic Charities, which yesterday closed its meeting at the Catholic University. Wife Joins Leper. "WII-KESBARRK, Pa.. Sept. 21. Mrs. Joe Norman persuaded the city health authorities to permit her to go home and live with her husband, who Is striken with loprosy, the woman de claring that she would rather run the risk of falling a victim to tne dread disease tha nleave him alone to his fate. Norman came to this country from yrla several years ago. The work of arriving nt a physical value of railways In the United States, Inaugurated by the Interstate Com merce Commission some time ago. finds a reflection in the program of the con vention of the American Electric Rail way Association to he held at Atlantic City October 12 to 16. and which, ac cording to W. V. Ham, vice president of the Washington Railway and Electric t'ompanv. will be attended by the fol loulng delegates from that road. C. P. King, president. C. S. Kimball. ,T. T. Moffett. W K. Clarke. S. R. Bowen. F. J Whitehead. L. B. Schloss. nnd E. S. Marlow. L. e. Sinclair, and J. I Mc Laughlin, of the Potomac Electric Pow er Company Three of the main addresses and the report of one of the committees deal with the question of valuation, which. railwa men believe, however, to be. overrated a a basis for tho making of rates. This is the view that Is shared by most of the progressive uttl lt commissions which have laid down the general rule that physical valua tion is but one of tho things to be taken into consideration in fixing tho rato of return. F. "IV Stevens, former chairman of the public service commission. Second district of New York State. Is to bo one of the speakers on this topic. A. T. Smith, assistant chief division of valu ation. Interstate Commerce Commission, is to be another, and H. C. Doneckcr. assistant general mnnager Public Serv ice Railway Company, is to be the third AH of these papers will be thoroughly discussed by practical railway men. and it Is expected that much light will he thrown upon a ery vexed subject. Valuation is' Imt omj of ver1 many subjects which the convention will con sider The asso'Htion has five hard las of v-ork cut out foi It The of ficers connoted with the various de partments of an electric railway etch have th-ir own organization and hold separate meeting, at which there are illscuss'd subjects pcitinent to their own work. Some four to five thousand visitor?! are expected. slde from the actual convention essIons the time of the delegates will be largely taken up with the Inspection of exhibits which will oc cupy some 70.000 square feet of llnor space on Young's million dollar pier, whore the convention Is to h held. More than 400 companies In the United States, Canaia, Central and Foutli m crlca are represented In the member trip of the association. Hit by Missile. While riding on a Seventh street car last night. Henry Hannon. thirty-seven years old, 1114 Trinldadl avenue northeast, was struck above the left eye by a mis sile thrown by an unidentified person standing at the corner of S street. Hnn non went to Casualty Hospital, where the in.'ury was dressed. AMUSEMENTS At 220 A 8i20. Emnaaaioday Sunday Positively I.ast 2 Performance ANMJTTE KELLERMAN, The Diving Venu The Perfect Woman In "SEPTCXE'S DAUGHTER," Prices 50c. 3.ic 2Se Dallv Matinee STx- NtXrWttK Prices 50c to I1.S0 (No Higher) Mats. Thur. and Sat . Sc to II Oftrnf tf the Replir Dramatic Seastn The New Era Producing Co. Presents THE RULE OF 3 BY GUY BOLTON. A Matrimonial Entanglement Served In Three Laughing Courses. Direct from Its run of 100 times in New York with Its brilliant cast. Including Katherlne Grey. c in Arcnie. charlotte Carter AMUSEMENTS NATIONAL Tonight at S:1S. Matinee Saturday. W CHARLOTTE V alkeK ELASCO Tnnicrhl at SOOi -- .r max. IV VAaOU Meaarn. Sflnjn A Co Production Charles Kir In Latest Tlay, "THE MONEYMAKERS" nrllllnnt cant Includes Alexandra CarlUle? and Emmet Corrlgan. NEXT WEEKScats Now THE FUNNIEST FARCE IN THE WORLD A PAIR OP SIXES Direct From One Year In New York With the Original Company. Batons Batumi and youthful color and beauty to trey or faded hair. Posltlrely remoTea dandruff proatotaa thick healthy trowth kaept hair soft and flour. not a dy. Tonr nrmtj bark If nM f atlafftetorj. s&dne A St. Jldtiltrlt fortrlala1wn910eatidtfaiir'BaiB torblllla7Si-JlllCo.Nwuk.N.J ,D B4. B RED CROSS mun F. KEITH S J5 j HalMsal tlnbr ...nw. ...n.w. THE BETTER WAY By EUGENE WALTER NEXT WEEK Seats Selling JOHN C FISHEK PRESENTS HAZEL DAWN In a New Musical Comedy. THE DEBUTANTE Book by Harry B. Smllh. Ltrlcs bv Rotxrt B Smith: Music bv Victor Herbert Victor Herbert will conduct the orchestra Monday night. Grand Concert for Benefit of he Mats . iSc. Eenlngs. :5c 10 1 GRACE LA RUE SAM & KITTY MORTON. CHRE T1ENNE LOUJ8ETTE. Diamond & Brennan. Ac. . NEXT WKCK IRENE FRANKLIN THE POPULAR POLI PLAYKR9 TWICE DAILY IN "The Squaw Man" XEXT WEEK "The Seien Slaters." SUNDAY EVENING Sept. ST. Sil.1 MILL ALICE NIELSEN Foprano. MR. RICCARD0 MARTIN Tenor From the Metropolitan Grand Optra. N. V.. And MR. RUDOLPH GANZ Pianist. Populnr Prlcrat $ I Jin, (1.00, 75c, SOc. Boxes. (15.00. Seals non on sale at box office of theater MBBBaBnVannaHsBHBBBnaBtBnTaaannnnnBntt ,J 1 Pat White Burlesqucrs Friday Nlgjht Country Store. Ladles' Matinee Ever' Day, 10c. Next Week The Great Dreamland Show. DANCING NATL RIFIES ARMORY Assembly dances open Sat. Ee.. Sept Z( Dancing Mon.. Thurs. and Sat. Eies Sft-U -T- 'TIMR' KftZT-BOOX LDIRECIORY .jrriO Pocket-Book Directory Containing Full Description of WASHINGTON APARTMENTS 7 oatrr-aow 1 UOIWCTOr Address No. of Rooms Rent Afent Description THE ONTARIO 16th St. and Ontario Rd. N, "W. I rooms and bath. KSC0. Real Estate Department McLachlen Banking Corporation, Tenth and G Sts N. W. Fireproof building; S electric elevators, largo grounds over looking Rock Creek valley and the city. Cafe. BRIGHTON 2123 California St. 1. 1 J rooms and bath, to 6 rooms and I baths Wt.50 to MI7.00. N, E. Sweet. I3 California st. North 34W iHlgh-claas apt hotel; unfur Inlshed suites, yearly lease I and fur suites any period. 1 Cafe THE DRESDEN Connecticut and Kalorama Ares i rooms A bath HO 00 Swartzell. Rheem & Ilensey Co.. TS7 16th st. N. W. Fireproof, high-class apart ment hiue. overlooking Rock Creek valley. Cafe. Folkstone & Fontanel" Courts 14th And Fairmont St. A. W. X . 5 rooms and b&th. Beautifully fur- nlshed aparts Mrs. N. B Tournler. on premises. Thone Col. 3M Housekeeplne and non-houS-keeplnE. Hnet apartment hous" In city; maid erlce; excellent cafe. THE BALFOUR 16th and U St. -V. W. 3 rooms & bath. h rooms & bath. 6 rooma & liath. Apply on premises. All lance ouulde rooms, fire proof bulldlnp. all-night tele phone and elevator service Herdle and trolley car servlca. ALBEaiAB.LE. CONCORD BALTIMORE. EXECL'flVE. CECIL. EXETER CHAMPLAIN FARRAGLT fT.IFFBOVRNE KELWOOD ll COLUMBIA RD LACLEDE Unfurnished and furnished, 1 room and bath to 7 rooms and bath. Reasonable rental Jesse L. Helskell. W03 H at. N. W Telephone. M-C6S. Excellent and convenient locations THE PLAZA r. Ave. and W ashlneton Circle. I. J. 4. and I rooms and bath. 13 00 to 150 00. Gaorc Henderson. 1UJ F st. N. TV. Lnrge. bright rsoms, spacious closets; aJI-nlcht elevator ' service. Telephone exchange. 1884 Columbia Road H.W. . 5 rooms and bath showers. THE LONSDALE 213S California St. X. W. 1. 3, E. 9 rooms and bath. WStO to 153.00. 1 A. C Houghton tc Co.. MS F St. N. TV. Practically a new apartment. !catlun icond to nine In the ilt. Klexator srlce. Address No. of Rooms Rent Agent Description THE CHRISTIANA I S2li California SI. N. W. 4 rooms and bath. $3150 to S3S.00. New Tork Real Estate Brokers. 1423 F st. N. W. High eleatlon. new and mod ern Apts. Gas and electric lights. Cheap for location. IDEAL APT. CO. Ofllce No. 1D00 Penna Ave. X. W. 5 rooms, rec. hall, bath. rrch 6 rooms, rec hall. bath. porch HO.M. 132.50 E. B. "WEBSTER. 10 Fa. ave. Tel. M. 71T7. New building, electricity, all outside roon.s. very larga; S mln. walk to Treasury. See mem. THE 0N0NDAG0 14D n SI. V. E. I rooms and bath. (34 oa. George. Truesdall. 1127 Lincoln road. Large brlgnt rooms, convenient to cars. Flrst-clatn condition Within walking distance of the new City Postofflce arid the Government Printing Office THE LURAY 1320 n SI. N. w. and S rooms and bath. US. SO to 130 SO. Francis A. Blundon. 707 G st. N. W. THE VERNON 1774 Ion (St. X. W. I rooms and bath. Very Reasonable. Owner. 91S Rhode Island ave. N. "W. Good central location, tor service. Janl- Flnt floor apartment, porch, front and back yards All outside rooms; Janitor service, convenient to cars THE EARLINGT0N 3033 18th St. X. TV. I. 4. 5 rooms and bath. t:s SO. 135. (X). (37.50. and 140 W Swartioll. Rheem & Hensey Co.. 727 15th st. N. W. High elevation, commanding Mew of Rock Crek Valley: one-half block from car line. Outside apartments. SIS 50. 130 00. 150.C0. Swartzell, Rheem & Hensey Co., 727 15th st. N TV. Located In the best residence section Well arranged apart ments, all outside, southern exposure THE BILTM0RE 1040 Iltltmore St. 4 and 5 rooms and bath. 150 00 to KS00. Slmpson-tftilllvan Co.. 1413 H st. Fire and sound proof, tleva tor. Hxtra large rooms Cold storage. No Ico to bov An up-to-date, high clap building. Porches Magnificent views THE CAIRO 16th nnil l Sta. N". W. 2 rooms & bath 4 rooms St bath. (31 to 145. US 60 to Robert H. Mulr. Manager W-&0 On premises. Inc. el It. 12-story fireproof building, beet service; larg.st and most pleasant apt. In Wash Bcautl rul cafe; excellent home table, 135 mo ; fur or unfur aula The Knickerbocker lO -Mlntvio.wl pinrr X. TV. 2 and 4 rooms and bath. 140 00 tS E.0 150 00. Thos J Fisher & Co . lnc . 73S ISth at N W Porchee excellent location, well kept building, elevator -erv Ice BENEDICK APARTMEWTS 1 SOS-10 i:je Street N". TV. 2 and 3 rooma and bath. 135 00 to 170.00 J. A. Carey. Resident Manager. Valet and room seivlc, lea nater. ehoe poll-hlng. all-night elevator and telephone sTvlo, shimming pool, showers, meal service to apartments. THE ASHLEY ISth and V Sts. N. TV. 5 rooms reception ball. porches and bath $47.50. Shannon A J.uchs. Renting Service. 7J3 14th St. N. W First-class building, excellent location All outside rooms: porches, gool condition: tele phone and elevator. THE TURIN 1024 17th St. X. TV. 4 rooms and bath. 130 50 (33 50. Wm. L. Browning. 410 Southern Bldr. Halt block from U st. car Un. Large reception hall all modern improvements. THE DAMARISCOTTA DIN ISth St. X. TV. 6 and t rooms and bath. (45 00. B. TV. Parksr. Woodward Bldg. Phone M. 11S3. Located In the best residence rectlon: convenient to all cars and all departments, perfectly heated and lighted: no dark rooms; south expo. THE C0BLENTZ X. Capitol SI. and Florida Ave. 5 large rooms, bath, reception hall. (E.S0 On the premises. Front rooms facing Truxtun Circle. Adjoining both ea lines. Kcat. hot water. Jani tor. Apartment remodeled to suit. THE ALZARAD0 70 Rhode Island Ave. X. TV. 4 and 5 rooms rec. hall and bath. 127.50 to (33 50. Thos. H. Melton. Owner. 11th and H Sts. THE NETHERLANDS 1m;o t olnmblil Itond. THE ALABAMA llh and V St. X. TV. 2. 4. and 5 rooms and bath. housekeeping. 140 00 to (75 00. '8Ix-tory fireproof housekeep N E Sweet. i lnc apartments, on two car I Ilr.-e 4 and S roonn. recep. hall and bath. (37 50 to 150 00. Wm. I Browning. 410 Southern Building Fireproof house, large recep tion halls, telephone serv'ee. all night elevator service. THE BRUNSWICK 1332 Kr St. N. TV. 4. 5. 7 rooms snd bath (30.00 142 50. (50 (). (COO Swartxell. Rhem & Ilensey Co. 727 ISth st N. W. Fireproof, high-class apart ment Electric light, elevator service, conveniently located to shopping district, clubs, theaters THE HADDINGTON lsJO Hlltmurr street V W. 4 rooms. reception hall and bath. Hi 00 and (50 00 Thos J. Fisher tc Co . Inc , 738 15th st N. W Well kept building, excellent Janitor and elevator servbe. large bright rooms The De Francis :12s I. st: N. t. 4 rooms reception hall, and bath 2nd floor (31 SO Gardiner A Uent, Inc . fl2 14th St N TV. Convenient downtown apt . nt-ar s'or-s and Government I df-pte I THE KIRKMAN JIIlS-lll-0 ISth St. X TV. 1. 3 and 5 rooms and bath 113 50 in 50 (33 50 I 11. Johnson Co.. Rental Agents. 133S 11 st N. W. Irge well lighted apartments, convenient to cars, excellent ffTvlpe. well heated and lighted ST. PAUL 1S22 15th SI. N. TT. 1 rooms snd bath 110 00 and 132 50 N L. Sansbury &. Co . 721 13th st N TV. M 6504 forne: building Fireproof All outside rooms, telrph.ne elprtrlriiv Ki ellent servlre THE CHEVY CHASE Chevy Chase Circle. "THE STAFFORD"- ( room, and bath. (50 00 to (52 50 Tbemas J Fisher & Co . Ino , 718 15th 3t. N. W. Deslranle apartments In Wash ington's most beautiful sub urb All outside rooms. ex cellent service Every room front, heat and hot water; electric lights, tel ephone and telegtaph service. Janitor en premises Make reservations now for Oct 1st The Oe Guarin SCHOOL OF MUSIC Now Open 1406 H Street Northwest Phone Main 6671 Will move Oct. 1st to 1710 Eye street, building of former Washington Club. One free, one partial scholarship in every branch. Examination held between Sept. 14 anci Oct. 1st. For par ticular's apply now. VIOLIN PIANO VOICE ENSEMBLE HAKMOr HISIUKY OK nUHJCJ The De Guerin School offers rare advantages to violin students, as individ ual tutoring is given by Miss Eugenie De Guerin, grad uate violinist of Klindworth Schwarwenka Conserva tory of Berlin. Thorough instruction is given in all branches, from the rudiments of music study to artistic finishing in recital, concert, and opera. Studios and hall for rent for teaching and recitals. GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY THE LAW SCHOOL Session of 1914-1315 begins. Oc tober l, 1311. Secretary's Office Open Dallr. For registration and consultation From a. m. to 6 p. m- Hugh J. Fegan. Secretary. GeoreetoTrn Lsw School Botldlac sixth nnd E streets X. TV. Telephone Mala 7383. THE MEDICAL and DENTAL SCHOOL Session cX 1914-191; Beslns Sep tember 25. 1SH. For further information apply to the Registrar. 920 H Street N. W. i GUNSTON HALL Tiir Mi A Boardlns and By School for Girl. I ................. ...m .ucu. cepi. .n-ui For Information Addre THE SECRETARY. 1506 Florida ar. j Teleobons North J1T1. The Arm miZ& . " ...., - y-uiirmem, unl Nary Preparatory School Universities. est .point and Aanapolla. Day and boarding atudenta. Special flats to enter West Point on certificate. Six new lmpresjlv a bulldlnxs, Gv-mnaitum and Athietie 4114 ftM.Au. & 222Z KiSS'S THE MORTON 1432 It St. X. TV. ;.! rooms and bath. 118 30 IK 50 13S01. and 7 50 Swartiell. Rheem i Ilensey Co . TT 15lh st. N. W. Wllhln -nalklng distance t-i center of cltv I'arnuet flnnn electric lights. sleep'ns porches' I National Cathedral School Home and Day School for Girls. Cor. TVIs. Ave. and Woodley Road. THE BISHOP OF WASHINGTON, President of Board of Trustees Fifteenth Year Begins October 1. Coach For Day Pupils .Leaves Dupont Circle S:25 a. m. and returns 5.30 p. m. JESSIE C. .IIcDO.VAI.D. Principal. HBLGV L. TVEBSTEIt, Academic Head. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL BEGINS ITS 50th YEAR .5C P. II.. SEPT. 30. Member of tns Association of American Law Schools, which requires strict standards for entrance and course. This ensures a trlect student body and maximum cradle from other law schools throughout Us United States for work done In the school. Instruction according to the moat widely approved methods .by professional teachers trained In the best modern law schools and by lawyers In active practice. Three-year course for LU B. degree: oas ear pott-graduate for LL. M. or M. P. 1 Graduates most successful In bar examlas tlons. Forenoon course. 9-t?. or afternoon. 1:S-:J8. Optional classes. 7:50-5:10 a, m. Secretary. Masonic Temple, rhone M. MJ. BERLITZ AL.I. I-ANGLAGES. Superior native teachers. Terms reasonable. Trial lesson free. VOICE CULTURE EL0COT1OS. Deep Breathing; The Best Method. Day and Even's Sessions. At School or Residence. Classes &. Prlv. Lessons. SIB Hlh St. X. TV. Phone Main 3217 New Classes Constantly Formlnc SCHOOL SINGING. Tone Production, lolce Placing. Car Training, light Singing. Physical Culture. Dlitlnct Enunciation, Dramatic .Art. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes 143 11th St. N. E. Phoaa Line. 131 IX3NSDALK. MENDOTA. NEW nEHNE. TORONTO Wvndell Maninn 1132 CONN. AV N W. 24IS Hth ST N W 14f L, ST. N W 1109 I. ST. N V 1K3 UMO.VT ST 18R9 WYOMINf. B 1.13 MSTNVV Unfurnlthedand furnlnhvd I room and bath to 7 roomi j and bath j Reasonable I renials. I Jeese I.. Helskell. 14(B H St. N V Telephone M-661 Kellent and convenient locations THE TULANE 2100 ISth SI. X. TV. 4 rooms and bath, porches. 5 rooms and bath, porches 130 Ml Hi 00. 140 00 Hi 60 Wm 1. BrownlnK. 410 Southern Building. Larue reception halls, porches, concrete floors. THE ROCHELLE 1803 U St. JV. TV. 1. 2. 1 rooms hall and bath. II 50 ISM ;r:.io C Houghton A Co , (3s r it n. w. Phone M. 70.16-7. All outside apartment! and equipped with telephone ex change. Included In price namea most modern I llASHINGTON j " College of Law i For Women and Men. T 1317 New York Avenue. ; - Three Tears' Course. LL. B. Prepares for Bar Examination. T Post Graduate Course i One Year. LL. M. i Opens September 30, at 7 P. M. Sessions 630 to 3 p. m. J Tuition. $60 per annum. I Office hours from 10 to 5:30. t Phone M. 45S5. 1 For Catalogues and information I apply to Dean. Washington Business iai r Civil Service SchcoK Cbealey Bide- 1317 X. Y. Ave. PnOXF, MAIX 4304. I Enroll at once. Day and nlxht I i school dott open. Addresii 5 v. C. rPTEET. Principal. Columbia Kindergarten Training School. 31S California sc Courses in Kin dergarten and Primary Methods. Playground Occupations. Re-opens October L MISSES L1PPINCOTT AND BAKER. Directors. THE MAURY lOtla and G Streets N. W. 2 rooms & bath. 4 rooms, rec. hall & bath. fi-6 rooms, tec hall A bath IS 00 to MUuO Thomts J. Fisher. A Co.. Inc . 73S 15th st N. W. Convenient to business sec tion; excellent condition, good janitor and electric elevator service THE VALT0N 1 I1C It St. .T. W. Z. 3. 4 rooms and bath. SIS .0 l;s &i 1K00 nnd 117 60 Snartiell, Rheem &. Ilensey Co. 15th al N. W. Within walking dlstan.-e to center of cltv Parquet floors, electric llshts, sleeping porches 17M I.unirr I'lnce X. W. 5 rooms end bath, porch. 6 rooms and bath, porch 145 10 U5M Wm L. Browning. 410 Southerrf Building. Concrete construction, all out sMf roims. convenient to ljlh car lines THE FULFORD LTilS 17lh t. V. TV. ASHTON HTM It St. . W. 6 rooms, recep tion hall, loth large concrete I porch J Owner on premise I I Take Ml Pleasant nr in 17th t and Columbia road All ut slde rfioms lare closet" l.gh I elevation, beautiful vlevc i. 3. 4 roomv and I ath US 50 to u; to THE F II SMITH CO . 140S New York Avenue New 4-story apartment, with in walking dlit.ince of down town section All Urge, bright rooms porches THE WIL'ION J:U 17th st. . v. 4 find ! ifOT.J and bath front and la.k to Real Katatr Trust Co , N E "or Uih &. H nn !r convi-niently located One I half block from ap I rac !ar lint and s h'jitHien frorr th Wash It R A KlM' Hues Excellent janitor eric. MELTON itli nnd New Vnrk e . IV. 4 room. nrl hstth p ( rooms and h.l i - IZ2 U) Eamuel W Cockrell. IIC F st. N XV Electric elevator Telephone In each apartment. Thi WARD 307 St. . E. 3 and 4 rtuma and bath. i::m and 117 M. B W Tarker Woodward Itldg Phone M 11S3. Klreprof building, convenient ' to tars comfortable and well I arranged apartments Janitor service THE 0REG0NIAN IMS ISth Street M. TV. 2 rooms and bath 4 rooms, rec. hall and bath US 50. Thomas J. Fisher IK 50 lnc . 177 50. 731 15th st. N. A Co , W. Very desirable apartments Convenient to car line Most reasonable priced apartments In this location THE LINBERN 13111 Termonl Ae. X. TV. 3 rooms and bath. 117 50 and 130 00. Ilert T Amos A Co . 717 15th st. N. TV. New and modem apartments within walking distance of shopping district and theaters THE NEWPORT 2104 I'lnrliln Avenue Northvrest. Near Massachusetts Avenue. 4r b.. front SB. 3r b . rear 4 fl (porchi 130 50 :S.50 Caywood A (larrett. 1J31 N. T. ave. N. W. Near fashionable Mass. Ave Heights; large bright rooms, awnings, electricity. gas. show er baths, porches, courteous Janitor service. 2 car lines. THE ATHERT0N 21 1'J K M. N. . 3 and 4 rooms and bath. IW 50 to 130 00. Francis A. niundon, 707 G st. N W. AH bright cheerful rooms Hardwood floors Electric lights Hot water and Janltur service THE LINVILLE IIO sixth SI. . K. 3 and 4 rooms and bath r.o 00. and 140 00 John F. Donohoe fc Sons. Inc . 314 Penna ave. S E .New building, one or the most modern equipped apartments In Washington Open for Inspection THE DANFORD 1423 Harvard SI. V. W. 4 rooms and li:h Wm 11 Sainders .1 Co ICO 00 Southern nulldinc S07 13th M N W Corner apartment side rooms All owt- THE ECKINGT0N 4th anil 'rnton V K. 915 20th St. N. W. 3. 4 and 6 rooms and bath :uoo tl 135 M H W Parker. Wocxlwanl lthlg Phone M 1153 Washington Seminary NI Lucia Gale-Barber sCHOOl! CONSOUDATED 3103-9 S ST Primarj. Preparatory and Academic Depart ments. College Preparatory. Post-Graduate Courses. Rhvthm for Health and Artistic De velopment. Normal Course and Studio Classes In Rhvthm. Culture Classes In English. Art and Current History Clvlca Parllamentao Music. Language". Home Making. Domestic Science N ANNETTE H P.M U President DELIV GHAEM5 SlIAbLWOOD. Principal MARY tlAI.E DAVIS. Principal CEl.VNDX WF.RNER 1XRH Aso Prln HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Iav and Night All subjects English to adults for business, social, or literary pur poses. Open NOW Phone Mnln 3STT. 221 K St. V. TT f AIRMONT Home and Day School For Girls Academic and Special Courses MUSIC. ART. EXPRESSION Reopens Wednesday, ept. 30. St. Margaret's Hoarding; and, Day School. Kindergarten Department Girls over 7 admitted to boarding department and boys under 11 to day school. Reopens September 30 3115 California st. SARA K LIPPINCOTT. SUSAN C BAKER. P-lnelDals. STEWARD'S Business College rcntano Building;. 12th & P Sts. X. W. This Is a high Grade, School for people who think for themselrss. Washington's Best Business School. SUDE TROMBONE and baritone success fully taught by MALCOLM HARTON. U th st S. E. 1 DANCING (Tnfinitnr tt inn Rrlth rheTf.il apartment. ei -.lent ' 3anltr rit e. fireproof buil.l In,: 4 rooms ami balti. tzsw F-nk T. Hawllnc9 Co . Inc . 1425 New York ae b trui floor front. Ml ou;ai.t rooms. Janitor wfM e. .l-ctiiL lighting and .a THE PRINCETON I I.'III V M. .T. V. 1412 15th St. N. W. fi rooms .t l'th t rooms ?fc lntli 4 rooms & Imih ulth porch $".0 J J Jerome I.lshtfoot. J27SO Southern an. I eastern v(-js uis. tonenint lo tioih u -itt lie Ml ttutPidi- to tins r room and tmth. h room it and hath tJtVSO The K 11 Smllh Cjtnpan I40S .New ork ae Mintrrii rtir-tor aiartin-t,i hoit- hnat-! in a uitivrnim: sot Hon nf i H Steam h.-H' ami jinltMr pct U t THE SEMINOLE H TV SI. X. V. I l-r m A lalh 1 3-r'ni X laid : 4-r'm A bath Washington Uan .t. Trust Cu. Phone Nurth HK. neur rcr ner lith nd . for particulars THE TIMES The Paper A.k for Classlned Adcertlslnc Hates Manager !cst Apartment Iireciorv Washlncton PROP WTNDHAM. SIS lth N IV.. hesita tion, one-step, also icalts and lo-stp tauuht children taught, guaranteed Phone Main -.79. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lesley Holt Profession teachers of all dances for chil dren and adults Studio the Pe Sota 13th and Mass. Ave. Apt 1 I'hone N 21JS Correct and Select. DANCING GLOVERS, ell Snd ST N. W Ph. XT. 11- PrI lessons any hour. EOc, Flshwalk. ens- step."Boston. Tango. Hesitation, ste. Class dance, Tue.. Thurs .Sat. .ves.lon Ladles frSL EXCURSIONS ROBEY PLEASURE TRIPS To STl llO UP MODERN DANSK i orner 14th and You N V N Ho3 Ml.-.-, . 11 PPEl.EAIt. 13L- i ST Hall and half. Brazilian -Maiive and ttin latest James taught I'hone N 4I Uelasc-o Theatre I'lJe.. '" jj.y iluiut.u". xe. uesiiaciw... - . . i. .lec I sup e.c lTIaie "" - TT. -o t,n,,p a MI1S 7 Sth ST- NW DA .SONS I not "''-....HSern dances l- leaciiers o .""' ...l ccHiti.s. U-x troi. un co-i I ie- Millers' '"i slep e.c ITIate unl DA ISON'S. PKOF i...h,rN ol authoni .up h..lllon . ! g Vrc ffl .Jl- O. 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