THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914.
Photoplay Department in
Fight for Cleaner
Film Given a
There have been two Important
happenings this week in motion pic
turen that muBt have a decided ef
fect on those irresponsible producers
irho do not care what they produce
o long as they can find thoughtless
exhibitors to buy their film. The
first of these is the editorial an
nouncement by the Moving Picture
World of the fact that it has de
clined to accept advertising: matter
for and refused to review in its
columns two films that it regards as
highly objectionable. This boldly
published statement, which is in line
with the many progressive policies of
the same publication, strikes a new
and deeper blow at the improper film
than has ever been struck before and
opers an entirely .new field of what
we might call real social service.
Never before, so far as we know,
has a publication refused admission
to Its advertising columns of the an
nouncement of a book or a play or
a story that has features that are
objectionable to the editor from the
standpoint of their effect on morals.
There may be isolated Instances of
such happenings, but there have been
none that we can recall. While a
paper might decline to print the
atory. lta advertising columns have
usually been permitted to carry ad
vertlEing that was paid for.
The Moving Picture World, how
ever, puts Its whole heart and soul
into its crusade against unclean pic
tures and backs up its editorial pro
tent with a most practical demon
stration of Its ability to keep all its
columns clean. For this it should
be commended, and for setting a
precedent for other publications, not
only of moving picture matter but
of a more varied character, it is to
oe heartily congratulated. The sec
ond Important happening is the pub
lication in the same journal of an
article by the Rev. E. Boudinot Stock
ton, S. T. B., on the subject of such
pictures as he believes .are detri
mental to the morals of the com
munity. Father Boudinot is a mo
tion picture enthusiast He hab given
more thought and attention to the
film than many laymen, and is an
enthusiastic advocate both of its use
for -entertainment and for educational
purposes. In his article he states:
There is absolutely no excuse pos
sible for this kind of picture, but it
may bo argued with some apparent
plausibility that the vice and drug
and other pictures that are "'exposes
with a moral lesson" are very differ
ent and shoiild not be classed "with
them. These latter claim to b pro
duced and disseminated only for the
purpose of warning people of the
Krave and serious dangers to their
moral life with which they are sur
rounded and to be Intended to help
people to bo able to recognize and
escape these dangers. Even so, do
they do anything more than give us
a knowledge of the details, most of
tbem revolting and disgusting, of
the cancers and diseases that wreck
and destroy the life of some persons.
Not one of them teaches us how to
escape them or how to get cured
If we become a victim to them. All
that they can do is to scare us into
fits and panic over the Imminent?
and awfulness of the things to be
avoided and to deprive us of the
power of sane reasoning and ener
getic action that will preserve us
against the evil they expose. You
cannot teach a child how to keep
clean by showing him how he can
get dirty, but you can put Ideas
Into his head and make him want
to see how dirty be can get without
getting into trobule. You cannot
teach anybody how to live a godly,
eober and righteous life by showing
him the many different ways in
which he can become vicious. You
have got to show him what godli
ness, righteousness and sobriety
mean and why they will make him
better and happier and are desir
able. In other words, if you wish
to teach anybody anything, you do
not do it by teaching him what the
things arc not and how he can get
them, you do it by showing him
what the things are and how ho
can get them. The most you can
do with vice and drug pictures is
to drive hysterical and nervous per
sons into hysteria and panic and to
disgust stronger minded and saner
At the bottom and In the last
analysis, the "expose with a moral
lesson" is no whit better or dlf
erpnt from the frankly immoral
picture. Both deal in vice as a sub
1ct and both show you how vice
tries to make Itself attractive.
By four years of hard fighting
against the morbid and nasty pic
tuie, the American people have
shown plainly that they have no
aympathv with fore'gn moral or
rather Immoral standards, and that
they want clean, wholesome pictures
that will appeal to a man's better
frlf and will bring him more In touch
Ith the good, the true, the beauti
ful, in every community, however,
there are always individuals of a
warped nature, poisoned mentality
and seared moral force who not only
delight in foulness and fllthlness
themselves, but are also w'lllntr for
tho pake of gain to pandor to the
dpra'ed tastes and basr passions
of others, even when It involves the
f-orruption of Innocence and the de
struction of all that is pure and
noble and holy. Consequently, no
sooner have we begun to be success
ful In stemming the tide of frankly
Immoral pictures with which some
manufacturers have endeavored to
flood the market than we are con
fronted with the same kind of pic
tures In the gulFe of "moral preach
ers" who proclaim that their mis
sion Is "to save the innocent by ex
posing the evils with which they are
surrounded," and the so-called vice
and drug picture raises its snaky
Thanks to the clean-minded manu
facturers and the national board of
censoishlp. this sort of thing has
been practlcallv. although not alto
gether, eradicated from the ordinary
programs, but one after another,
during the past year, feature films
of four, five and six rells have been
put upon the market and extensively
advertised professing to teach a
great moral lesson by unmasking
the grave dangers to which children
and the young are exposed; and
within the past ten days there have
been exhibited three pictures, all of
them revolting, and one of them ab
solutely disgusting and scandalous
in its open advocacy of debauchery.
The American people have shown
that they want only clean pictures.
The decent and reputable manufac
turers have proved that they want
to produce only clean pictures. The
entrance into the market of the
filth and putridity that is being pro
duced under specious arguments
faces evervone in the business with
a serious danger and grave responsi
bility. What are we going to do
By GARDNER MACE.
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The stage star, who repeats his success in "Paid In Full," to be seen at the
Dear Annie Laurie:
I have been going with a very nice
voung man for about eight months.
He idolizes me. and I thought I loved
htm until I met his twin brother.
The brother is going with another
girl, but claims he likes me best.
What would be the best way to show
him I prefer his brother?
I yy H, FUJ0r.E, i-icKie: .me twin
1 I brother is as bad as you are,
J the only reason he likes you is
because you Deiong to ma
brother, or he thinks you do. The only
reason you like him Is because you
think he belongs to some other girl.
Somebodj- ought to pair you two off
together and give you each a touch of
your own medicine.
Tell the man who thinks you arc
worth loving that you don't love him.
That's the only fair way, and then you
and the twin go and be nice and miser
able together,,, for that's what you are
sure to be, and nobody on earth can
Dear Annie Laurie:
The other evening I went to a
social with my sister, and as soon as
TODAY'S BEST FILMS.
Selected by GARDNER MACK.
"The Miracle,' produced by Max
Relnhnrdt, the Strand, Ninth anil
The Laiv of the Iumlierjack.'
(Olson), the I-nfnjette, K street,
between Thirteenth and Four
Margarita Flwcher and Hnrry
Pollard In "Xlcdn,' (Bennt?), the
Empire, 015 II street northeast.
M'rotea the 2d," t oriel film
Corporation), the .Snioy, Four
teenth near Irilng street.
Antonio Moreno and Xormn Tall
xnndge in "The Peacemaker."
(Vltasrnph), the Apollo, (I'M II
"The Potter and the Clay," (Kn
j lem), the Orpheum, Third and C
Tully Marshall In "Paid In Full,'
n- ftugene alter, tne nejjent,
Eighteenth and California streets.
Virginia Pearson and Onrn
Moore in "The Vftcrmntli," (Fnni
ous 1'lnjers), the Oljmpio, l-i:n
"The Sk Monster," the Garden,
423 Ninth street.
n.thel Clayton in "ihc won,
Eugene IVnlter, Crnndnll's, Ninth
and D streets.
Antonio Moreno and Nornin Tnll
madire In "The Peacemaker' (Vlta
Kraph), the Ilojnl, Fourteenth near
"The Million Dollnr Mstery,"
Eighth Installment, (Tlinnhnuser),
the New Truiton, North Capitol
street and Florida acnue.
Mary Plckford In "The Two
Brothers," (Bloraph ), the Elite,
Fourteenth street near Hbode
(Note: These selections are based
on the personalltv of the play
ers and the producing company
md not personal Inspection except
In special cases. G. M.)
Wholesale Produce Market
EGGS Nearby, frebh. 2&330o per doz .
Souibern. Zbii'Sjc per doz.
CHEUdE New York. new. 1GV4C per lb .
flat. 16Vsc per lb.
CUTTER ElKln print. 34c per lb.: tup.
33Hc per lb., proceae, 2S27c per lb
LIVE POULTRY" (Quotations furnished by
Krey. Price & Co.) Menu. 15&16c per lb.;
roosters, lie per lb : turkeye. ISfoZOc per lb .
ducks, WtjUc per lb.; spring chickens. lC17c
LIVE STOCK Veal calves, best. HSJllHc
per lb ; heavy. Sfl&c per lb.; fat sheep (Bllic
per lb : spring lambs. Vn&c per lb.
VEGETAHLES (Quotations furnished by
Taylor Wade) Potatoes, new. tz CO per obi :
onions. fcOc per bushel; II per sack: cab
bage. 11 per hundred lbs ; lettuce. COc to
"Sc per basket; beets. J2.00 per 100 bunchei.
There is an Increase In supply of poultry
today and ordinary grades of chickens are
easy. Fat or plump stocks continue to brlnK
Chestnuts In heavy supplv and selling ZSt
3'4c por lb. for best Wormv stock without
value. Veal calves In ll(?ht supplv and with
cooler -weather are wanted at full quota
tion. KREY. PRICE A CO.
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i X ,SSSSSKmUk,.4. FiflnBk
to Girls 5
we got there two young men, one of
whom we knew, and his brother,
whom we did not know, came and
sat beside us and stayed with us all
the evening. They took us home, and
wanted us to kiss them good-night, '
but we wouldn't. Do you think we
should have let them kiss us? One
asked me for my picture. Do you
think it would have been proper to
give him one? What would you think
of a girl who flirts with boys she
doesn't know right out in public?
I think a girl who flirts with boys
I she does not know is a good deal of a
goose, unless she is something worse.
The boys you -met at the sociable must
have been rather crude young persons.
It was very insulting for them to at
tempt so much familiarity on such short
acquaintance. Do not give your picture
to any one until you know what you
Miss Lauile will weluuiim letters of
inquiry on subjects of feminine Inter
est from young women readers of this
paper and will reply to them In these
columns. They should be addressed to
her, care of this office.
Franklin said, "Would you
live with ease, do what you
ought, not what you please."
If for any reason you excuse
yourself from saving money
your capacity for all real prog
ress is dwarfed you are look
ing into the dark.
The DETERMINATION to
have a savings account with tli
Bank will change your outlook
completely, and thv larger your
balance grows, the brighter your
Our DETERMINATION to
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on your savings, should be an in
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Penna. Ave. and 10th St.
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Investment!) Thfj do not depend upon th
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A lomping "school act" will be pre
.senled by Shoen's "Rough House Kids"
at the Casino the last half of this week,
boginnlnp with the matinees today. Mu
sette, the violinist, has a repertoire of
selected compositions; Bert Mack com
bines monologue and melody; Marr and
Evans give a comedy acrobatic turn and
the Mimic Four have new songs and'
dances. The added attractions will in
clude the country stors, tonight and Sat
urday evening3 and the amateurs, a
special Casino attraction, Friday even,
ing. Sunday special concerts will pre
sent a fine orchestral program.
With Barlow's Comedy Circus and its
laugh-producing mule holding over for
the entire week, the Cosmos Theater
bill, which will be presented for the
first time at the matinees today, has
a galaxy of attractions. The Bradlee
Martln company, including Jessie. Jack,
and Jerry, in a one-act musical com
,cd, will be one of the newcomers.
Others will Include Mazle Rowlands,
who sings, whistles, and imitates all
sorts of sounds: the Great Sawtelle,
in an exhibition of strength and muscle
control: victorson-Forrest company In
"The District Attorney's Wife." and
Warren and Brockway. blackface In
strumentalists. An elaborate orches
tral program will be featured in the
The attractions secured for Moore's
Strand Theater next week Include on
of the greatest features In the realm of
the. silent drama, "Sealed Orders," to
be shown Monday, Tuesday. and
Wednesday. Unlike most films, no well
known stage star is exploited In this
film masterpiece, but every role -Is in
the hands of a trained pantomimic
player. Thursday and Friday Daniel V.
Arthur presents Wallace Eddlnger In
"The Great Diamond Robbery," a
visualization of the comedy-drama by
Edward M. Alfriend and A. C. Wheeler.
A notable cast appear In support of
Mr. Eddlnger, Including Charles J.
Ross. R. E. Graham. Ellta Proctor Otis,
Martin J. Alsop, Gail Kane, Stapleton
Kent. Percy Standing, and Purnell B.
Pratt. Special music appropriate to
each film production will be played by
the Strand Symphony Orchestra.
At Moore's Garden Theater next Mon
day and Tuesday the Shubcrts offer
their latest film attraction, "When
Broadway was A Trail," with Barbara
Tonnant in the leading role. This pro
duction treats of life In Xew
York when It was hardly more than
pasture lands as well- as of the modern
city. By special demand of local
theaters goers, a return engagement is
announced of Llna Cavalierl, in Abbe
Prevost's story, "Manon Lescaut," next
Wednesday and Thursday. So great
was the demand for seats at Moore's
Strand Theater where this feature was
recently shown a return engagement
was Imperative. Mr. Moore had to send
to London for a print of the film. The
Garden Symphony Orchestra will play
the original musical score of the opera
as an accompaniment to the picture.
Friday and Saturday the chief attrac
tion will be "The Prince of India,"
adapted from the widely read story of
the same title by Gen. Lew Wallace.
Ethel Barrymore will make her
Washington debut as a photoplayer
at Crandall's Theater next week
in "The Nightingale," a film
drama especially written for her by
Augustus Thomas. Miss Barrymore's
appearance on the screen is scheduled
for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The play Mr. Thomas has prepared has
been designed for the especial purpose
of giving her a character that will en
able her to display ler art to the fullest
extent. Her support Includes a com
pany of well-known Broadway favor
ites. The week's program at Crandall's
is exceptionally strong. Sundav's at
tractions will be headed by Klaw &
Erlanger's production of "The Road to
Yesterday." Monday the hcadllners ere
to be Alice Joyce In "The Lvnbrook
Tragedy" and Klaw & Erlanger's
"Men and Women." Tuesday, "The
Weight of a Crown," and Saturday.
"Garrison's Finish," from the popular
novel written by W. B. M. Ferguson.
Temple Baptist Church
Has 25th Anniversary
In observance of the twenty-fifth an
niversary of Temple Baptist Church,
Tenth and N streets northwest, there
will' be a reception to the Rev. J. J.
Mulr tomorrow night. Clergymen and
laymen will speak.
Charles X. Richards will act as mas
ter of ceremonies, while Miss Emma
Beall will be chairman of the refresh
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Seeing Powers. Future, courtship, mar
riage, business: guaranteed. 1017 Hth st. nw.
MME. OLGA. Clairvoyant. Card Reading;
gives names; this week only. 25c. Located
near Proldence Hospital; tako Anacostla
cars. 176 N. Carolina ave. S. E
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium.
Headings dally; seanccn Tues . Thur. even-
.ings. in, iuij juio iu i. j. Hve. o. c. -
MISS C. VOEGLER Vnu t'
ee. at S; private readings dally. 734 6th w
MADAME CORNISH Noted spiritual med
ium; reaas our life correctly, gles names,
facte: readings dally. 537 3rd st. N. D.. cor.
F. near Union Station; ladles only.
MRS. C. ROTH, noTuea-nd
Thurs. eve.: Anacostla car. 7C0 6th st. S. E.
MEETINGS at the home of Mrs. J. E. jlaltby
Wednesday and Friday. 8 pm. A message
to each. Dallv Readings. Ph. North S2W.
1608 First st, N. W.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILL-IXG
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax:
keeps the floors clean and bright end gives
them a polished finish: good for furniture.
Trj- It. 50c gal. delivered. 113 Pa. ave. X. "W.
M. 5453. On market over 25 years.
TWO MILLION BRICK .
and all material from C2 houses now being'
wrecked. Apply to Mr. Thomas on prom
ises, square between 17th and 18th. D and E
N. W.. or to
T. EDW. CLARK, Jr.,
Expert Wrecker and Builders' Supplies.
1305 X. J. ave. N. W. Day Phone N. 279.
Night X. 7141.
WOODEN TANK, lined with galvanized
Iron; watertight: dimensions 7 ft. long. 3
ft. 6 In. deep. 2 ft. 34 In. wide. Apply to
Manager Continental Hotel.
COW Fine Jersey. IGLEHART. 426 C st.
FOR SALE 1.32-2x1.2 16 Va. rough new.
3,000 ft. of dressed sheathing cut 16 on
center; 500 ft. 2x3 12 Va. dr. W. H. CHILDS.
408 Sth st. X. W. Phone Main 6367.
FCR SALE One 11-foot section of handsome
quartered oak store fixtures. 8 feet high:
both ends finished; shelves behind slass
doors; drawers and closets: sacrificed. HO.
Address BOX 308. Times office.
SODA FOUXTAIX-8 feet long; Circassian
walnut finish; german sliver: excellent con
dition; sacrifice. 1600 U st. N. W. Phone
RIXG Diamond solitaire. 4 carats, perfect.
J550; or will take smaller one In exchange.
NICK BOBY'S. 1115 7th X. W.
Dogs, Birds, and Pets.
JUST RECEIVED fine lot singing canaries.
parrots, dog of several kinds. SCHMID'ri
BIRD STORE. ?U 12th st. N. W.
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing; either ladles' or gentlemen's; send pos
tal; will call. B. TARSHES. 1308 7th at, X.
W. Phone North 499. 1
WATER TANK Second hand: two to twen
ty thousand gallons capacity; lowest price:
description must be full and complete. BOX
312. Times office. !
WANTED To purchase, second-hand motor
cycle side car. Address BOX 31L Times
WANTED Furniture fr cash, hell your
goods to the man who gives the most
money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. 1
SPECIAL Lunch room and oyster house;
receipts S25 day; only $250; cafe and room
ing house on Pa. ave.. $1,200; corner gro
cery' nw.; sales $20 day; cheap at $350. Cigar,
confectionery, soda, etc; location best; sell
with or without furniture of 11 rooms at
bargain. Many other places at right prices.
See us to buy or sell.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F.
FOR SALE Small grocery store. 1324 Har
rlson ave. S. E.. between C and D ats.
BILLIARD and poolroom, with cigar stand:
one of the best equipped, on prominent
street N. W. : price reasonable. Address BOX
310. Times office. - y
NINE rooms furnished in 12-room house,
used as rooming house: filled, some of
which have been in house eight years: pay
ing $40 over rent: good renting location: con
venient to 2 car lines: rent $40 per month:
contents. $150. BOX 314, Times office. I
WORKINGMEN Do not put yourself at any
trouble, come around at any time and tee
the hustle here selling hundreds of fine
slightly used overcoats $3 to $10: ready to
put on and defy the cold and save much
mon.; one price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND.
WE ALSO "SHADE" THE PRICE.
Opaque shades fitted. 33c; oil opaque or do
mestic holland shades. 60c : duplex, cambric
shades. 7Sc, KLEEBLATB. 11th H N. E.
Ph. M. 7139.
921 G STREET.
OVERLAND delivery, truck: thoroughly o er-
nauiea; exceneni conaiuon: i.to. .fnone
Main 947. 1316 G at. N. W. 1
Expert auto repairing; Ford cars a specialty:
all work guaranteed. W. L. FRAZIER,
rear 222 Mass. ave. N. W. Phone M. 664J-M.
N 5058 Touring cars and limousines by
hour, day or week. Standard Gar
age, P. L. PAYLOR. Prop. 2121 14th nw.
A BIG BARGAIN 6-cyllnder Stutz roadster:
Just overhauled and repainted: condition
guaranteed; 11.100 to quick buyer.
TILGHMAN & OWEN.
Agents for Stutz Cars. 1S2S L st.
FIVE AND SEVEN PASSENGER AUTO
$2.00 TO J3.00 PER HOUR.
AUTO HIRE COMPANY. Line. 2563.
5-PASSENGER. $2.50; 7-passenger. $3 50 per
hour. Powhatan Hotel. ISth and Pa. M. 8207
STORING AUTOS where they are safe
from Are and free from dust. You get
service here. And at a reasonable charge.
Repairs and accessories. SOUTH CAPITOL
GARAGE, sw cor. South Cap. and C sts.
Phone Line 756.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
TWO GOOD family horses, one Jellvery
wagon horse, one good horse for country.
623 N. Y. ave. 1
FOR SALE Uand-bullt delivery wagon, v.-lth
top; price reasonable. 1207 F st. N. W.
HORSES Se'eral pairs of good big work
horses; or will sell singly. GALLIHER
HUGUELY LUMBER YARD. 1st and N sts.
S. W. Phone Line. 1113.
FOR SALE Drl lng horse: 7 vears old; also
other horses. Call PEAKE'S LIVERY
STABLE. 643 New York ae. N. W.
FOR SALE Fine drllng mare: dark bay;
twelve years old; weighs 1.100 lbs.; city
Drone, ur. v.. ai. ukaui. tveniiwortn. u. C
FOR HIRE Horses, carriages, wagons. (.ay.
week or month; special prices. GEN.
LIVERY CO.. INC.. rear 337 Pa. ae. M. U7.
HORSES and vehicles for hire, by day. week
or month at special rates; boarding horses
a specialty. COGSWELL'S STABLES. 311
313 Missouri ae. N. W. Phone Main '006. f
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
FREE MOVING FOR STORAGE.
Call N. 4315 or X 1S40 for estimates. 200
separate rooms. SMITH'S TRAXSFER AND
STORAGE CO., 912 tf St. Xight ph. X. CS92.
MOVTNlT- pADDED VANS
1V1VJ V X1M U- FURNISHED
Phone M. 2010-J0U
1236 H Street N. W.
STORAGE. PACKING AXD SHIPPING.
STORAGE $1 mo.; hauled In free; all we ask,
compare our price to others; estimates
cheerfully given; central location, dry. clean
fctorago rooms, open for Inspection at any
time. H. Baum & Son . 912 I'a. ae. M. 1254
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely fire
proof storage, molng, packing. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO.. 412-J0 10th st N.
W. Phone M. 4229.
STORE YOUR FURNITURE, pianos, etc..
at WESCHLER'S. 920 Pa. ave. X. W.
Rates reasonable: estimates cheerfully given.
FREIGHT and baggage transferred. Offices
it all freight btatlons Phone West 737.
L1TTLEFIELD. ALVORD .t CO.. 140S Pa.
ave nw Opposite New Wlllard
FOR RENT HOUSES
O ST. S. W G-room house with a table:
mako good garage, hold two cars: $1150
per month. A. S CAY WOOD, 915 N. Y. ae.
42 DEFREES ST. N. W.
6 rooms and bath. .$17.50.
EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ. INC..
734 15th st. N. W.
645 Sth ST. N. E Four-room brick, newly
papered and painted; large ard. 1
622 MARION ST.. corner Q 7 rooms, bath,
cellar, yard: near schools, markets, ttc;
fine condition Apply 915 Rhode Island ave.
761 Kentucky ave se.. 6-rooma. oath. ...112.50
36 K st ne 4 rooms, bath 12.00
ALEX. S. CLARKE. Jr.. 6T.5 F st X. W. t
921 K st. nw.. 6 rooms 515.50
$25 K st. nw.. 8 rooms $20.60
1143 10th st. nw.. 7 rooms, bath $25 50
B. W. COCKRELL. $02 F st. N. W. 1
COCHKAN-On Tuesday. October 20. 1914. at
1:40 p. m., at her residence, the Cochran
Hotel. ROSA M.. widow of GeoKO W.
Funeral Friday, private. Kindly omit
GREEN At his residence. October 22. 4
a. m.. BERNARD R. GREEX.
Funeral at 1738 X street northwe3t. Sat
(Notices for this column are accepted at
60 cents flat, either proso or poetry. In case
notice does nut exceed ten lines. Add 10
cents for ach Use In excess of ten.)
George W. and Cora Wallace, boy.
John G. and MJfinie Wilson, boy.
John and Lillian Yvalker. boy.
Enoc and iattie ann. girl.
Charles L. and Altheaa bpangler, boy.
Michael J. and Lillian Sullivan, boy.
1'ltzhugh L. and Annie R. Rodgers. boy.
Charted H. and Nettle M. Robb. girl.
Jacob and Sara Mensh. boy.
Hugo and Nancy E. Loental, boy.
James and Margaret Kendall, girl.
Harry L. and Bernlce Hart. boy.
Charles E. B. and Edna M. Holland, girl.
John M. and Mae Henderson, girl.
John M. and Josepnlno B. Gartwell. boy.
Elmer V. and Lydla Griggs, girl.
Wllmer G. and Annie K. Farran. girl.
George V. and Clara G. W. Earnshaw. girl.
James and Anna Durity. girl.
Edmund Y. and Laura E. Barnes, boy.
Frederick A. and Marie F. Bobbin, boy.
John J. and Mamie E. Broderlck. boy.
Raymond E. and Christine H. Acton, girl.
Jerry and Mary Tyler, boy.
Maryland and Minnie Pedlford. boy.
Charles and Ella. Mallory, boy.
Harry G. and Pauline Lenard. boy.
Bennett and Ardel Lewis, girl.
William A. and Ida Kendall, girl.
Lefuel P. and Ida Keys. boy.
Rudfus T. and Emma Kenncy. girl.
Hamlet and Frances E. Gibson, girl.
George and Matilda Glanton. girl.
Ignatius and Annie Adams, girl.
Charles J. Seymoure and Mary E. Hall.
Sinclair Irvine. Detroit, and Margaret Irvine.
Peapack. X. J.
William Moore and Irene Black.burn. Wash
ington. Christian Debow and Bettle V. Fulton. Roan
Charles E. Edson and Rosebelle Powell.
Charles Korst. of Buffalo, and Lavenla
Hawken. of Rochester.
Horance G. Trumbauer. Allentown. Pa., and
Marlam Rushton. of Washington.
Charles F. Colbert and Nettle Posey. Wash
Edward B. Forsythe. 72 years. Washington
Joseph J. Nccker, 24 years. Government Hos
pital for the Insane.
Sarah S. Bassett. 71 years. 1412 Massachu
setts avenue northwest.
Elizabeth X. Montgomery. 46 years. 36 N
Eva C. Peed. 6 months. 637 E street south
west Daniel W. Burless. 2S cars, 1143 Twenty
third street northwest.
Sarah Johnson. 55 years. 1432 S street north
west. Rosa Stewart. 63 years. &C4 G street south
of every description moderate prices.
1214 F STREET.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER & LIVERY.
332 Pa. ave. X. W.
Telephone M. 1335, WASHINGTON. D C.
APARTMENTS TO LET
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
In thoroughly modern apartment house: con
veniently located: near Thomas Circle; eli
vator; private telephones; excellent service:
apartment will be decorated to suit tenant.
$55.00 PER MONTH.
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY.
140S NEW YORK AVENUE.
A splendid apartment for
Desirable Colored Tenants.
We furnish heat, hot water the year round.
337 Maryland ave. S. W. Rents reasonable.
1101 E st. N. W.
FLAT. 6 rooms, bath and attic, laundry
tubs; rent $27.50. OWNER. 2416 13th st,
SIX ROOMS, bath, newly papered, wide
parked avenue: second floor: reduced to
$17.60. H. D. GORDON. Bond Bldg.
AT 7th and H STS. S. W. Four and Ave
room flats In 1st class condition; on car
line. $15.50 up. PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John
FOUR ROOMS, bath and porch. 4th floor.
523 Hth st. Apply OLIVER METZEROTT.
1110 F st. N. W.
THE ALBEMARLE. Apart 101. 17th and T
sts. X. W.. two-room apartment: one large
room, kitchen and bath: all outside: rent
$35. Call at apartment or phone X. 5455. 1
$1 Cash. $1 Month.
Own Your Own Home.
Take H street car. get off at Sixty-first
street northeast. Agents on grounds dally
at office as you get off cars to tell you
how to do It.
one: pc car fare.
Don't Miss This Chance
of a Lifetime.
Take advantage of this greatest oppor
tunity to own REAL ESTATE ever offered
the Washington public for the small cash
payment of OXLY $1 and the balance OXLY
$1 month. Xo lnte-est and no taxes.
DO IT NOW.
DO NOT PUT OFF.
You never heard of such low prices. Taka
H street car, get off at Sixty-first street
OFFICE AS YOU GET OFF CARS.
AGENTS ON GROUNDS DAILY.
$1 Cash. $1 Month.
NEARLY' new 7-room peDble-dash house:
hot-water heat: lot 50x200: $2,500; easy
terms. OWNER. Box 191. Times office.
PLEASANT VIEW HEIOHTS A suburb of
delightful homes for colored folks. Houses
and lots on car line In D. C. Every advan-
tage. Terms like rent. TEPPER. 504 E st.
and you receive Increased value. Now S-
room and uuiu uciauicu uuLiaKc. uiievv
Chase. D. C. Lot 10.400 square feet. Rented
now at $50.00 to reliable party. Terms $30iJ
cash and $60 00 monthly
FULTON It. GORDON. Owner.
Colorado bldg. Phone Main 5231.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
on $100 cash and $15 month, at
CHEVY CHASE. For full partlculirs drop
postal, telephone, or call on WM. H.
RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg Tel M 523L 1
COLORED PEOPLE See the extra large lots
we are selling one sq. from the Balto. trol
ley tor $S0: $2 50 monthly without .merest:
high and healthy; store, school and ihurch
Call, write or phone for details.
MILLEIt-CO.. 12th & Pa. ave.. Opp. Raleigh.
BUNGALOW. No. 3 Eastern ave.. Kenll-
worth. Md.: six-room frume: rent. $12 a
month: 5c car fare to city. G. A. MADDOX.
Room 316, Columbian bldg . 416 3th st N. W .
u. . . rnone .viain aivi
CHESAPEAKE JUNCTION Two 4-rooiu
flats: electric lights, water in ard. store
2035 under each flat: cellar entire length of
store: flats rent for $12J&0: stores $20; good
location; at end of Dlstvt car line. Apply
TYREE & CO. 15th and CHI X. E.
Now btcvclcs. $5 cash, and $3 monthly.
SAVE YOUR CAR FARE.
T. N. MUDD. Jr.. INC..
Ci 9th at, N. W.
LAWRENCE VARNISH FLOOR PAINT
comes ready for the brush, dries quick and
hard, has a high gloss finish, stands sood
and water and looks bright and clean. It
reallr preserves the floors.
"IF IT'S GOOD PAIXT. WE HAVE IT."
W. F. ANDREWS,
1804 14th Street N. "W. .
PHONE NORTH 420.
GEO. H. BOY DTinn!nff- ".
Metalllcclad Roof Paint, ffj ffg."
N r?ni,er!.w,ilcan with amples, 155
x. Cap. st. Ph. N.29C9. Capital Awnln Co.
C Our Coal Is All It Is Cracked Up To Be."
We are a newly established firm. f
We, wnt buslness-and we want it W
Obad. Our sole efforts this year will ,
be dlrectetl toward building up a f)
, permanent patronage regardless of
'A ?"". Profits. You will benefit by r
t this policy. We will aim mly to J
L please our customers. Compare our
prices with otrrrs and give us a H
trial order. U
Full 2j240 lbs. to every ton. Lowest prlcrs.
Covering only cost and handling.,
t ? THOMAS R, CLARK Co!:
Ph. M. 6e93. 3d and K st.
MATJ.RSSES .RENOVATED and remade.
!., 23 cents off If you bring this ad
WHV.fS?Ta5'd-.Pron,,t deliveries. EAGLE
BEDDING CO.. 1309 7th st, nw. Ph. N.-5210.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
BUSINESS SYSTEMATIZING ASPECt,
TT. THE MACHEN AUDITING COT j
435 Southern Bldg. Ph. M. 8592. :
SHADES! Po;1 preinkert for hu.
i. w. . Wrlor Workmanship and dual.
Ity. Will call with samples. Opaque shade.
30c: best quality 60c. 1205 HitKEL 14121
For All Occasions
New Location, 900 14th Street.
Duparquet, Hout & Moneuse Co.
Kanges, Refrigerators, Cooking
. . Utensils.
H. A. Trefethen. Mgr., 1220 H St.
CnP,ETS THOROUGHLY AND C.UIE
fu lly cleaned: rugs woven from old carpeu:
AtBERT"Klm?Sk &Uate. turret'
M. 2036 "LERT & CO.. 352 B at. sw.
MATTRESSES AiiD BOX SPRIXGSii rlD
Renovated. Remade. Re-Covered1 UP
CAPITOL BEDDIXG CO.
1241 7th at. Ph. X. 56
OX SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24. lMf. at 10
s,kr&, m" ,a tr0at ot Wilted SutS
storage Company's warehouse. 41S-420 10th st
; A.,7Vash,nston- D- C- lIlcre will be sold
at public auction, to enforce- llena for stor
age charges, etc.. due-and.unpald. all goods.
furnKure. household and personal effects on
storage In names of Mrs. B. Craven, Mrs.
Xatherlne Flynn. Mrs. Rebecca Liverpool.
Pvth&y Hd&S-& co-' Auctioneers.
LMTED STATES STORAGE CO. (INC.)
DAVID XOTES; Auctioneer-On Saturday.
October- 1S14. at 10 o'clock a. m.. X will
sell at public auction at .Farmers' Produce'
Market, Hth and B sts. N. W., condemned
District horses Nos. 73. 197 and 3S6. Tvms
cash at time of sale. By order of the Cocn
mlssloners. D. C. 'M. g. HARGROVE. I', o.
f?,CI,9JLT5P COMMISSIONERS OF
nJ&S?1!?1 OF COLUMBIA. WASH
l' ?,?t0.ber W- "".-SEALED PRO
POSALS will be received at this office until
2 o clock, p. m.. October 23. 1914. for a site
lor a new Eastern High School in the eastern
section of the city. A certified check for one
hundred dollars, payable to the Collector of
.taxes. D. C. or a certificate of deposit of
said amount with said Collector, or a. bond
of an approved . surety conipany fr said
amount must accompany each proposal as a
guaranty of sale. The Commissioners reserve
the right to reject any and all proposals
OLIVER P XKnirjv TOmPDinf t"
SIDDONS. CHESTER HARDING. Commls
aiuners oi me uisirtct or Columbia.
OFFICE. COMMISSIOXERS. District of Co
lumbia, Washington. Oct. 16, 1914. Sealed
proposals will be received at the office of the
Secretary of the Board of Commissioners.
Room 509. District Building, until 2 o'clock
P. M.. Tuesday. November 17. 19H, for the
construction of a reinforced concrete arch
bridge across Rock Creek Valley. In the City
of Washington within the lines of Pennsyl
vania avenue. Forms of proposals, speci
fications and necessary Information may be
obtained from Chief Clerk. Engineer Depart
ment. Room 427 District Building. OLIVER
V NEWMAN. FREDERICK L. SIDDONS
CHESTER HARDING. Commissioners. I. C.
FOR SALE HOUSES
FINE HOME for $4,000, worth $7,000: good
locality In northwest: 10-room brick: mod
ern; good as new. OWNER. BOX 317.
Tlme3 office. i
!!: I l-K-K-M-I MM4 I-M I I !
$5,200 A Special Bargain.
Cost present owner over 57.000. On
lettered st. north of H st. nw.. and
near 14th St.. 11 r. and 2 baths, and In
BERT T. AMOS & CO..
Phone M. 1070. 737 15th st. N. W.
J 9 9 9 f . .9. 9 ,t.. .?.. .t 9 ..
ONLY $100 CASH.
GEORGETOWN BARGAINS AT $3,475.
Sample house. 1732 33d st.: 6 rooms: hot
water heat: tiled bath; hardwood trim: steel
beam construction: front entrance to cellar:
sleeping 'porch. Easy terms.
THRIFT BLDG. CO.. 709 Union Trust Bide
Modern 6 and S-rooax homes, on exceptloa
ally easy terms.
PRICES. $2.J50 AND $1,960.
$21.50 and $19 50 per month. Includes all In
terest and payments on principal.
Corner 16th and C sts. S. E. Opea and
lighted dally until 9 p. m.
Representative on Premises.
IF YOU HAVE A FARM or suburban home
to dispose of engage me to serve vou: I
have the'demand. J. JEROME L1GHTFOOT.
14C1 H st. X W.
FOR SALE GARAGES
METAL GARAGES. BUILT LIKE A FORD
car. combining low cost, neat appearancs
and durability: alo brick and hollow tile.
V. T. H. Bien. 1130 Lamont st. nw. Col. 1942.
FOR RENT STORES
CHESPEAKE JUXCTIOX Two stores 20x35:
cellar under entire lengtn oi store; -i-room
fiat over each store: water In yard: electric
lights: stores rent for $20; flats $12.50: good
location at end of District car line. Apply
TYREE fc CO. ne. cor ISth and H sts. X. E
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAX $250 to $500,000 on D. C.
real estate. Several trust funds 4j to
per cent. All transactions conducted wltk
oconomlcal consideration for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUXDERS & CO..
Southern Building. 507 13th st. N. W.
Money to loan at 6 on District Real Es
tate Anv amount from 4200 to $3,000. in fi-st
or second trust. In Btralght note or monthly
payments. Takes only three days tn ina!
them. pAUL y MITCHELL tz CO..
713 14th st. N W
MONEY TO LOAN on real eslats: lowest
rates; prior pament privileges: .?rxi
amounts. TYLER &. RUTHERFORD. "2S lata.
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