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w THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1914. 11 THE BEST . Photoplay Department m WASHINGTON Ullian Walker Was a Model Before She Became a Comedienne Theic arc still people who believe that real comedy is not to be pic tured on the screen, and that the only tilings that the camera can fchow to create a laugh arc of slap &tick style that has done a lot to lower the general standard of mo tion picluru art. There is consider ably more to the motion pictuic than the .low comedy that has been a constant visitor at ail the photo play theaters, however. Light com edy was a long time in coming to tin film, but has arrived, and it is now recognized as among the crv best forms of screen enter tainment, aa it is among the best forms of entertainment on the dtage. One of the difficulties that was experienced in producing this Kind of material was the failure of bo many people who tried it to get a tors and actresses capable of ap preciating the finer points of the henarios and "making it possible io show them on the film so that the audience could not possibly fail to understand them. For a long lime Arthur Johnson was the only one who seemed to be capable of developing a light comedy style. There are others, now, however, and none of them is surer of getting the cry best results than the fair Lillian "Walker, of the Vitagraph Company. The history of Miss Walker, as it has been supplied us by Miss Edna Wright, is very in teresting, as the pretty young star is almost wholly a product of the screen, though she had some stage experience. Gillian Walker was torn in Brook lyn April 21. 1SSS. Her father was Andrew Wolk. of Svvcden. which was developed, by the English into Walker, and her mother was Caro line Peterson, also of Swedish de scent. Emigrating to America soon after their marriage, the parents set tled in New York. Miss Walker was educated in the Brooklyn public schools and Erasmus High School. After leaving high school, she started to earn her living in the business world by taking a position as telephone operator, but misfor tune came to her through the death of her father. Now, the main sup port of the family, she cast about for better employment, and it was owinc to her great beauty that she became engaged as a professional model? Desiring to try the stage. Mlj-s Walker appeared for the first time in "The Little Organ Grinder." Singularly enough, in the same cast with her were Maurice Costello, leading man. and "Mother'' Mary Maurice, both of whom are in the Vitagraph Company now. After leavlnc the "Little Organ Grinder" company, it was in 1910, that, upon returning to New York, "Dimples" secured an engagement with the "Follies." while later she went into vaudeville. Here, owing to her light voice, she scored only a mild suc cess, and it was because of this fact that she abandoned the stage. Again, adopting the calling of model, her face became very famil iar on calendars, and it was while engaged in this line of work that several of her photographs came to the attention of J. Stuart Blacton, one of the Vitagraph owners. He saw the possibilities in her for pic tures, and she was given a tryout, with the lesult of immediate suc cess. Blondes, with blue eyes, as a rule, find it verv dlficult to succeed before the camera, but this diffi culty did not hinder Miss Walker. Her talent for comedy parts was soon recognized, with the conse quence that she was cast for leads in iranv of the Vitagraph's biggest featuies. Miss Walker has never been with at.y other company, but that which served as her introduction into the "-llent" diama. She is ery fond of i " Mt-iO'indings. and believes Pint "a rolling stone gathers no mops." both of which aid in mak ing success. "Loe. Lm J. ind Gasolene." a, special feature which ran for some time at the Vitagraph Theater In NVw York. "The Wonderful Stat vi "Love's Quarantine.'" and "Cin derella s Slipper," are only a few of the many comedies in whih Lil lian Walker has played the leading roles. Perhaps met frequently seen opposite her are Wallv Van and John Bunny. The directors at the studio find no difficulty when asking Miss Walker to perform some daring act to add to the realism of a pict 1 nr. for she will gladly brave any "-tunt" for the success- of a film, f-'lie is a good swimmer, this being l.- favorite sport, a skillful rider, Hid during her course before the ameia. has made several trips in aeroplanes. TODAY'S BEST FILMS. Selected by GARDNER MACK. 'I he Million Dollnr .MjmterjV Tueno-firNt Installment (Thnn lmiif.Tl, tlir Ul'mplc. J4:tl )ou Mreel. W illlnni J'.-irnum nnil Kathlyn UilliiiniH In "The Spollera," by Kx Heath fSeiig.), tli v bardrii, 423 Ninth street northwest. Icln onIU Thnvt and Iirr hod, KiinkHI rJ'hn, In "Thread of De lln" (Luhin), CrandallM, .Mnth unci I. Htreet. Mit-e HollNter in "The Kale uarillun" (ivulem), tne Arcane, Pourteenlli Htreet nnil Park rood, nnl the I.litr, Fourteenth Htreet, near Itfaoile lulnnd meuiie. lloliart llomvorth In "The Od ie of the orth," by Jack Lon don, the .Stranil, Mnth and I) Mreet. Robert Hjirron, liar 'Mnrnh, and Huoul Aa!h. In "I'ald Wllb In lereM' ( Mnjet!c, the Umpire, 015 I Mtreet northeant. Mutt itoultert in "Inivernal IIo, tiie NrHslioy'ii I'riend" (Imp), the l.nfa;ette, i:, between Thir teenth and I'ourteenth wtreetn. I. -i wrier l OHtello in "l.oln, the ' KiiC CVItajjrnpli), the Apollo, 024 1 II treet northeast. I'lorenee Lee and Dave Motrin In "The Deadly Dispatch" (Blo ttrnphi, the f Truxton, North ( apitol Htreet and Kiorldn nenue. 'Note; These selections are based on the personality of the players and the producing company and not per gonal inspection, except in special on.hCB.-G. M.) Lecture by Dr. Maddox. The .spirit Theory in Early Medi cine will be the subject of a lecture by the Re. Di John Jye Maddox, naplaln. United States army, before the Anthropological Society of Wash ington thU evening at 8 o'clock in the vM study room of the Public Library. It will be the 47Cth nieetine of the HO 'iety, and the public is invited to at tend. A short board meeting will pre cede the open session. PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPEAYERS By GARDNER MACE. IJ- jRL! i-st" M16IHI " " MIIhmI , &$BSBPBBH1 1 lir " ' Scene from the twenty-first installment of "The Million-Dollar Mystary" at the Olympic this afternoon and evening. There Are Heroes of Peace As Well as of War By WINIFRED BLACK. MET her this morninst he heroine straight from the battlelields of F'eace. A middle-aced. woman with a sweet, wistful face, a laugh that did your heart good, a way of carrying her head that made you think of a sol dier in uniform with all the bands play ing and a smile that made your heart ache. A heroine without a medal. "Yes," she said, when I asked her; "yes, the girls have both done well. I managed to get them both through high school, somehow, and then they went to work downtown. In the evenings they went to business college and they got to be really very competent busi ness women. "Doiothy was making a hundred dol lais a month when she married, and Ros" was making $S0, with the pros pect of a raise. "Both the girls He near they're both just as happy can be. with good husbands own. Life has been pretty me, and as they of their kind to me, after all. She Went To Work. And she smiled and made ni heart ache, and looked at me keenly to see ! if 1 was remembering. 1 pretended that 1 wasn t but I was. Dear little woman what a soldier she is! What a gallant soldier' She was very pretty, they say, be fore her heart broke pretty and gay and full of fun and so fond of her home and so proud of her twin girls and so dead in love with her good-looking husband And then the husband went away on business and he wrote often at first and said ho was homesick and lonely and Mie must be sure not to let the girls forget him. Then the letters camo less often. And then not at all. Ann a friend wrote and said that the good-looking husband was dreadfully sorry. Ho ha1 tried to do his duty, but he had met someone else someone who really understood him and why keep up the miserable preteiuse any longer and wouldn't the little woman set him free? And the good-looking husband took the fieedom and kept it. And the other woman died in dishonor, after all And tho little woman as vei poor and verj anxious, but she held up her head and went to work. Let the Horrors Pass. No honor is high enough, no ri.nne sacred enough, and the little woman carries her head like a .soldier and has to this day a smile tnat makes your hcirt ache. All the great -victories are not won in war Did you notice her in the street this morning the young heroine no medal on her dress, no red cross upon her aleeve just a nice, fweet, little girl, eighteen or so, I should say, going down to tho citv to fight the old, old battle that the world thrusts upon every oung and unprotected woman? How about the boy there in the shop Just turned twenty-one and every dror of blood in his body crying out for life and fun and joy' He taks most of his money borne to his moth er and he's keeping litt'e sister in school so when she grown up she'll bo in Here Arc the Winners IN THE TIMES Movie Contest 1. Evelyn G. Cross, 2306 14th St. N. W. 2. A. S. Page, 2106 F St. N. W. 3. Edith S. Beck, 26 R. I. Ave. N. E. dependent and happy. Oil, es, he'd like to spend a good deal of that money on himself. Didn't you see him looking wistfully into the window where they are celling the "snappy" clothes for college boys. He lias quite a fancy for cravats. And hew he does hate his cheap, old-fashioned shoes. Never mind, in a year or so things will be different. "Don't you hear the fife a-callin'V "And the drum?" Hats off, gentlemen, stand aside, comrades, and let the heio and the heroine go by! (Com right by Newspaper Feature Service i Became Mine Sweeper To Reassure Mother LONDON. Oct. 2&. (Bv mail to Now York.) Meeting one of his foimer employes in a naval uniform, a Lon don merchant asked the young man why he hadn't joined the army in stead. "My mother wouldn't let me." re plied the vouth. "What, a big hulking fellow like you, and you sa our mother wouldn't let you"" "Ye.s," said the recruit, "so I volun teered foi mine sweeping." "Kut that is far more dangerous than fighting in the army," said the former employer, amazed. "I know it," the boy chuckled, "but mother doesn't." FINANCIAL Franklin Said: "It In common for man to Kive pretended reanon iantcuil of one real Idea' Are jou Klvlni; a pretended reu Non to yournelf for fulling' to Klnrt a nnvlngH account? There are no lioundarlrH to the financial future and nuccrnn of the man whit hn acquired the SAVING IIAIIIT, and without this -ery fen men. Indeed, make much progrrcMN totvord uttainlag; Independence. Tour KitvInRM account with uh menu more than money nard. It MtnntlM for character and am bition. We vinnt 7011 to feel nt home In till linnk and will Kive jou every poHNlhle anNintance and courteNj. Cultivate the SAVING IIAIIIT: Htnrt today. 3 Interest Allowed Franklin National Bank 10th St. and Pa. Ave. N.W. hrlHtmaN Saving Fund may he tilthdrnmi now, upon certain condition. The Safest Investments Are iliuee Uiat do nut fluctuate during dis turbed conditions of tho money or stock mar kets. I"irt deed of trust notes (first mort aKe.), well becured on real extato in th Ulbiiict of Columbia, constitute "ifllt-eds" Invfttmenta They do not depend upon tha finaiiLldl responslblllt of Individuals ir cor poratloiiK lor their wtablllty. and are exempt from taxation us personal property. We can supply ruch Investments in amounts flora K00 upuard. Hend for booklet. "Concernlna Loans and Investmente." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., in JJTH STREET N. W. The Munsey Trust Company Capital $2,000,000 Fully Paid In Frank A. Munsey, President ft hoLesiU Froduce Market EGGS N'carbi. frf.li. MUZoC per (Joz Southern. !i34c pLr doz CHEESE-New York. nen. 16Ho pel lb.: "at. I6M1C per lb. , , UUTTEIt-niBln print. 36c per lb.: tub. Sac Per lb.: process. I6JiJ7c per lb .... LIVE POULTRY-(Quotatluii'. furnUncd lv Krey. Price & Co.)-Hen. 13kl4c per lb.; roosters. 10c per lb.. t-piinK chickens. PittLc per lb.; live turkeys. ISIjOc per lb. LIVE STOCK Veal e.ilvcs. best. I2ffL"C per lb.: heavy. 9'ilCc per U. fJt s.heeo. 44 &.',c per lb.: sprlnc Iaiiibn. viilc per lb. VEGETABLES-(Quotatims f urnUhvl bv Taylor Wade) Potatoes, new. $1.75 per Mil.: onions. SOc per bushel. $1 -i vcr sock: cab base. $1 per hundred lbs ; lettuce. 50c to .c per basket-, beets. $2 CO per Kw bunches Nice bricht chestnuts in ilsht receipt and 111 command SiiCc per pound. Kousii. wormj" stock without demand Receipts of chickens and hens in HclUer supply and demand better at increased prices. Owing to the Maryland quarantine, tho re ceipts of eal calves, .sheep, and Hmbs are in limited supply on the street, and prices have ndanceU from J to 2 cents. Choice calves. 12fi2H cents, with medium grades 1(11 cents. Choice lambs, a cents, medium. SfiS cents. Dressed po:k can be shipped from Mnryiand by removing the feet. These instructions come direct from the Iiureau of Animal Industry. Dressed pork, llfit ' cents. Good fat chickens In limited supply and wanted at hlKheM quotations. Receipts of pork in light supply and wanted at once KREY. PRICE & CO. Pennsylvania Alumni Will Banquet Tonight The University of Pennsylvania Alumni Club will hold its fall dinner at .s o'clock this evening at the Uni versity Club. The annual business meeting and election of officers will be held following the dinner. Dr. Charles W. Richardson, president of the club, will preside. Dr. James G. McKay, president of the Associated Pennsylvania Clubs of the World, will report concerning the annual confer ence, which was held at Chicago last June. LOST AND FOUND GOUD MESH BAO. marked "A. P. W.." small lum of money: lost Friday. Reward 11 i-eiurnca 10 n a. iVALW at wasning ton Times. - 1 GOLD LORGNETTE, lost Saturday morning on or near Connecticut A-enue Bridge. Re ward If returned to A. DAWSON. Washing ton Times. x WATCH CHAIN-Gold. red stone, with three letters. T.lhoral rra'iril H(llrn tn "HIC IStll St. 1 HELP WANTED MALE BOY Xeat looking, with wheel, for dUiv- ertng oruers. atcj mn si. . w. BOY Some experience In grocery business. BOX3S2. Times office. BFSHEL.MAX And coatmaker. WATSON. 1S0S G st. N. W. CARD WRITER-Experienced. WILLIS SIGN CO.. 425 9th st N. V. 1 MESSENGER BOYS with blocles. WASH INOTON FRINT1NG CO. 730 13th st. nw. FRESSEU Colored. 921 F st X W TINNER WANTED 3111 14th st. X. W. WANTED Experienced operator on furs. Apply at once. JULIUS GARFINKLE i: CO.. F St.. cor. 13th. 1 WE NEED FOUR MEN AT ONCE to fill a class in repairing and ilrlMnx automobiles. Call today, white onlj open till 0 p. m. THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE. 9th and O sts. N. W. HELP WANTED FEMALE CANVASSERS Four ladles. 46a Bates st X. W. Call aftei 5 o'clotk K1NISHBH.S rim-clasu. for cuatom troua cr.M. 701 II .t. N . Kl'U riNI.SHEH -Thoroughly experienced Applv at once. .R'L,IUS OAItFINKLB &. fQ.. F st . cor 1.1th 1 GIRLS Young colored, for houseuork Auplj Ith reference. WT ISth at. N. V. LKARN to play raKtlme in 20 lessons. Call or write for free booklet. CHRISTENSEX SCHOOL 2W1 N 8t. N W. WOMEN Colored, for Kenerai housework 431 Irvine Ht. X. W HELP WANTED Male and Female. PMSCIAI. I'REI'ARATIO.V for Federal Te bervp Hoard examination. This exainlri.i tlon in lor both men and women. Addrens BOXfftl. Times office WANTED AGENTS AGENTS If jou are making- less than It a dav thiow auaj what you hno; nt sonidthin? that will .sell Catalog and sam ple tree THE HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTY CO . New Kensington. I'a. SITUATIONS WANTED Male. JJAIt PORTER, houseman or utility work, reliable ouiik colored man 1011 N Y. ae. PAINTER. paperhanRer. plasterer. kalsu inlnr wants work: room papered $3: paint ed. $.75. 1' GOLDHLATT. 626 22d st. N. W 1 " SITUATIONS WANTED Female. C-HAMHERMAID or nurse: aU first-claw cKjk. private family or boarding house. '1 recommended colored women. 1011 V. Y. ma. CLEANING Young colored woman wants part of dny or morning work: apartment work: stead 123.2 M st N XV. IJY RELIAHLE WOMAN, colored, wash and ironing to do at home or any kind of day's work 43i N st. N. XV. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOHIvINGMEN. mil be depended 011 to at tract the attention of some good man who Is wise 10 value and saving cash on slight ly used suits and overcoats such as w sell at 1 to J10, .)ii find vour size and save a lot of cash one price .11 STH'S OLD STAND. 61 ! I) 1 Piano Tuning, $ in Nov. Expert Work Guaranteed Drop postal L LVRSEN. GH So Car nve S. E. Lon. 1695. Birds, Dogs, Pets, Itc. Jt'ST RECEIVED fine lot singing canaries. parrots and dogH of several kinds. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th st. N. XV. Window Cleaniag. HOl'FEICEEPERS ThU week. ordinary windows expertly cleaned. 6c cacti. Floors waxed, polished, stained, varnished. House cleaning ELLIOTT. 1400 You st. X. XV. Postal. Phone X 3938 ACME Ph. M. 71E3. 921 O STREET. Window Shades. WE ALSO "SHADE" THE PRICE. Opaque shades fitted. 33c: oil ooaquo or do mestic holland shades. 30c: duple. cambric shades. 75c KLEKBIJi TT'S. llth & H X. E. THE SHADE SHOP. 12th and H at- X. XV. Ph M. 4763 For Exchange. THERE'S HARDLY A HOME IX WASH INGTON 'uheie there is not at least one old piece of furniture that tho owner yould like to exchange for new. If jou have ury thing at all that you would like to trado In us jmrt payment on new furniture, phono Main 3.76 and agent will call and explain our plan or drop postal "Exchange." 1023 7th t. X. W. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LITNCHHOOM Transfer Junction X. XV.; re ceipts $45 dav: give-uwav at $1,150. ALSO Cafe and Rooming House on Pa ave.: offer wanted. ROOMING HOUSE Near Pension Office: In attention cause selling for $323. half cash, balance monthly. SPECIAL -Poolroom at vour price; bar. ho tel, etc.. in Md.: nt less than cost: dry goods, notion, etc.. in District, and many other places at right prices. See us o buv or sell NEW YOrtIC BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F SMALL EUROPEAN HOTEL-Fully equip ped: heat and hot water furnished: leason able rent; in business center. UtS Pa. ave. X. XV.. D C. I FOR RENTROOMS Furnished- i 12th ST. N. 1.. 726 Handsome second "floor r . . '""'" "iwneneue and private toilet: L furnished nimnlntn I u i. ., . . i. . ...-n, .. .,. 4k- -iu vi .ilUIlkll, i ? i ""'N5"1''' 1 "0 week upward; transints TIIE GARLAND. Apt. 41. 131 A St. X. E -iMir. room, with use of bath. I F ST. X. AW. 2008 1-arge and small rooms. in good location: close to dptg. 1 8th ST. N. W.. 924 Nicely filr.. well-heated room.s: 1. h. k. permitted If desired. I ST X. IV.. 222-2 front rooms, furnished complete for I. h. k.: reasonable. 1st ST. X. V.. 225 Furnished, two rooms, for light housekeeping: heat. gas. bath: also rooms for gentlemen: convenient loca tion. . i I- bT. X. W 1.12 Two furnished looms near departments and walking distance downtown. G ST.. UK COR. 12th Xlce front" room fur nished: running water and gas: one I'.ight: gentlemen. 11th ST. X. W 1223 Second dtorv front room with board for two persons. UP. FA. AVE X. W.. 1909 Two roomw. pouth front, one flight, private bath, gas range. steam heat, lanltor. J25: also two rooms at S22 Phone Main 7177. FA. AVE. X. w'.. 12C8 BcauUfuf ivnrm. 8unn"; hot water always: rates for winter. Opp. Ralf-lnh. No car fare. ! EYE ST. X. Y.. 12 Xlcelv furnished rooms: well heated: gentlemen onlv; reasonable. Unfurnished. NEW YORK AVE.. 145 Two unfurnished roomH. 4th ST. S. E., 200 Four bright rooms and kitchenette; excellent condition; corner property; adulta only. ! Hth ST. N. W.. 17DC-COZV 4-room Hat. all conenences; second floor: hot-water heafij ou per month. Apply Wl H st. y E. Furnished or Unfurnished. 18th .ST. N. W.. 2101 Itooms furnislied or unfurnished. VERMONT AVE. N. W.. 1018 Newlv fur nlplied. larse lront rooms, well heated, best home rooking. M ST. N. W . H Furnished or unfurnished '"""' bne jiiFt ooened: your choice. ROOMS AND BOARD WILLIAMS HOUSE, 313 E ST. N. W. Room and board. $3; home table. $3.50: G a. m. breakfast: men only. ! 8th ST. N. W llOS-Nicelv furnished rooms: excellent board: home cooklnc: very rea sonable. Phone North 20S7. ' l 12th ST. N. XV.. SOS-Well furnished rooms, with or without private bath, home cock Ins. Phone Main S0.T7. TABLE BOARD L ST. N. XV.. DOS-Excellent table board. $3 Tcv week; home cooking and good service. 1 FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS C. T HUNTER'S SANITARY Lt sC-u.i. INO FLOOR OIL contains oliuni and i.mx; l.eri the tloors clean and bricht and k!v-i them a polished flnlxh: good for furniture. Try It. C0c gal. delivered. 113 I'a. ae. N XV. M. .VI38. On market over 2.1 years. SAVAGE RIFLE, first-clas-?. cheap. Call after 5:S0. COOPER. 122.1 N Y ae. N. W. 1 ITRNITI-RE New and slishtlv lined, for all parts of the house. eas terms if de sired, or discounts for cash. Sae iropcy. buv at HOPWOOD'S, STH AND K PAPERHANGERS. ATTENTION Balance of wallpaper ladder", scaffoldlnst. table?, tnd jacks In bulk cr small lots. See M IIRIF FITH. W. It Moses & Sons. ONE Worthington steam pump, size "a2-riXi. 1 2-h. i motor, alternating current. 110 volts: 1 'i-h. p. alternating current motor. 110 xolts 1 1-G-h p. generator. 6 volt". S.1 watts (these last two for piano plaver): 1 electric letter sealing machine W I! MOSES & SON CELLO Mellow lone: fine for orchestra work: will sacrifice for quick wile. Apply BEN MADDEN, care Parker. RHdget 1 o. SIDE HOARD, dining tajble. chairs, cierrv table. dlan. bed room furniture, other things. 1503 Belmont .st. OVERCOATS Three fur overcoats. 2 gen tlemen's and 1 ladles; also 1 heavy winter overcoat: all lze -12 and in good condition, will sell cheap. Call 3227 llth st. N. XV.. or Phone Col. 1103-J. GOOD slightly used mahogans" upright piano in first clas condition: make offer. S.'l 1th st. N. E. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cU th ing, either ladles' or gentlemen's send pos tal: will call. II TARSHES. 130S 7th st. N W Phone North 459 WANTED Furniture- for casn Sell our good to the man who gles the most money See HOPWOOD. Sth and K. 1 HOOKS Pay cash, state quantity and price will call. HON 379. Times office. CLAIRVOYANTS MADAM FLORENCE, scientific card reader adlco on business and love affairs, l.ilng this slip and 23c this Week onll. 9.M "th st N XV. MADAME MARCIA Atroioger and Clairvoyant, for merly 1009 H st. N. XV. Now located at Stewart Building. 6th and D sts. N W Phono Main 2131. j ' 23c READINGS Z0c CASTILLO helps you in business and do mestic troubles. Satisfaction guaranteed Ia fee C39 I- ST. N XV VPSTAIRS MME OLGA. Clairvoyant. Card Reading- if In trouble consult me. will bring hanolnt-ss and good luck to you located near Providence Hospital 17 y Cnrollnn ave S E " MME FRHDA. Fortunes told this week 23c Bring this ad 457 Eve st X W. 1" MADAM C'ATHBItlvn Washington's Favor Ite Palmist and Card Header, reliable ad vWr. on nil affairs SOS 5th st N W PALMISTRY famous madam field Scientific Palmist When vou consul: her you consult the beat 122- 7th Ht X W ' SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally, seances Tues A. Thurs evtn ings Ph. Line 3P18 313 N J ave S B. MRS. J E. MALTBY. Kenoin RIdg . llth ai d ,S' -N;- nw It"' m Meetings Wed and ItI.. .--0 p 111. a message to each IV.Ilv readings 9 a in to 3 SO p m rn u j. MRS. C. ROTH, ?e-N "-v 1 neanco rues and Thurs. eve : Anacostia car. 700 Cth st. S. E. MADAME CORNISH Noted spiritual med ium, reads vour life correctly, gives names. factH. re.idlngu dullv. UJ7 3rd st N I... cor" V neir Union Station; I idles onlv AUTOMOBILES 7-PASSCNGER tourlnK car. tirow nud rrxlne In Rood andltloii verv reasonable M .'79 1 Expert auto repairing; Ford cars n specialty nil work guaranteed W L. VRVABll rear 2J2 MasH ave N XV. Phono M Cfii4-M N 5058 T,,url"K c"M an, Hnmiislnes bv hour, dav or week Standard Gr- age P L PAY LOR. Prop 2121 llth nw. I'JU CHEVROLET roadster, electric htarter nnd llghti car driven onlv 3.W0 miles. J630 cas.li Apt. SM. The Northumberland. Phono North 32S0 1914 Six-cylinder 30 H. P. 7-pnssenger tour ing Gray. Davis starter and lighting svs tem: new slip cover, bumper, oxtra tire Northwest Oarage. 1222 12th t . rear For Hire. G. W. JACKSON, "North 4993-J. Five and seven-passenger auton for all oc caslons. Rca"onnblc rates 2102 17th st nw. 12 TO $2.73 PER HOUR-5 and 7 pasae.igr touring cars: reasonable rates for country trips. Phone Xorth S301. Night or dav. 1 FIVE and seven-passenger touring car and taxi cabs, reasonable and careful drivers, reasonable rates to reception parties mv spe cialty. Phone M. 167.. CONTINENTAL AUTO CO S-PASSENGKR. J2.BU; 7-piencer. $3 30 per hour. Powhatan Hotel, 18th and Pa. M. 8207 APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. ARTHUR CARR, 1101 E Street Northwest. HIS Emerson at. nc.. G rooms JW.oO 12V, H st. ne.. 6 room.s 2-f0 St It st. nw.. s rooms 21.10 1107 Gth st. nc. 6 room.s 13.00 1362 C st. sw 6 rooms .'.30 1317 Maryland avc. ne . 2d Iloor. 3 rooms. 13.00 1332 11th st. se.. 4 rooms 11.00 3521 7th st. nw., Xo 2. 3 rooms 17.30 13 K st. ne.. 3rd Iloor. 4 rooms 10.00 COLORED TENANTS. 519 Xcw Jersey ave. se.. 6 rooms J12.V) 207 Rrooks ct nw.. 4 rooms P.00 141S D st. ne. 6 rooms 16.&0 FOR REXT Apartment. 2418 14th st. X. W. 3 good-sized rooms and large bath: A4r". '-"- icuuceu to lt. IH.U31A3 !. PETTY. 14th and U sts. X. W 1 APARTMENT3. 1246 20th st. nw.. 4 rms. and water..Jll.7& LOITIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bldg. .1 'LAT of 4 rooms and bath: large yards. $U. 910 Sth st. N. E. SIX ROOMS and bath. J23.50. 1S14 llth st. N W. 210 13th S. XV.. 3r. and b.. heated 23.M) 3.10 John Marshall place. 5r. and b 27.00 JjOJ Maine ave.. 3 rooms 12.00 721 7th st. S. "W.. 5 rooms. 13.50 PHILLIPS CO.. .120 John Marshall plnce. SIX ROOMS and bath. $25.30. 18W Hth st. N W Furnished. THE -DAVISON. 1329 M st. X. W.. near Thomas Circle Desirably fur apartment of 4 rooms, with bath adjoining: Itfrge. fine rooms: all front; southern exposure: newly furnished; will rent separately or as a v.'hole. Phone North 6514 THE IROQUOIS. APART. 6C5 Newly fur nished and attractive apartments: phone Xorth 833. 1 FOR G months .or 1 year apartment of five rooms, furnished throughout in old ma hogany and rosewood furniture: delightfully situated: overlooking Conn. ave. bridge. The WOODWARD. Apt. 303. Phone X. 1S74 FOR RENT 0EF1C-ES WARDER BUILDING, & f. Large and small offices: some suitable for sample rooms or light manufacturing. Rea sonable rentsVpplytoSuperintendent FOR EXCHANGE WILL TRADE a valuable and attractive home site for- a 5-passenger automobile: must be in good condition. Phone M. 7443. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. INVESTMENT THAT PAY'S FOR ITSELF and you receive increased value. New 8 room and bath detached cottage. Chevy Chase. D. C. Lot 10.000 sauare feet. Rented now at $30.00 to reliable party. Terms $300 cash and $60.00 monthly. FULTON R. GORDON. Owner. Colorado Bldg.. phone Main 5JT.1 COLORED PEOPLE Se the extra large lota we are selling one sq from the Balto. trol ley for $&0: $-'.30 monthly without Interest: high and healthy: store: school and church. Call, write or phone for details. MILLER CO.. 12th & Pa. ave. Opd Ralelzh. HOW TO HE YOUR OWX LANDLORD on 5100 cash and $13 month, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars !mn postal, telephone, or call on WJI. H. RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. Tel. M. 3231 t For Rent. TWO nearby country homes: modern Im provements; large grounds, outbuildings. Ac Inquire of owner. 310 12th st. nw.: phone Main 134 or Columbia 4958. 1 BUSINESS PROPERTY for Sale or Rest FOR SALE OR RENT Xew whit.- I rii-lc bay-window store: H st. . A.: first Iloor store and two living rooms: three rooms m:d bath second Hoop; will build garage and out buildings adaptable to vour business. FLT1 TOX It. GORDON. Owner. Colorado bldg. Main 5231. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 6 SMALL INVESTMENT PROPERTIES, RENTED FOR S17.50 EACH, WHITE TENANTS. Sale price, $2,330. First trust of 1,230 each for residence clear or small first trust A. C. HOUGHTON COMPANY, C33 P ST. X XV. PERSONAL r .. Dccn specialist Ll.Il.L SOI 17 STKEET that I can offer to any man or woman who Is suffedns from any acute chronic or special disease la to take Immediate steps to Get "Well. G06, Bacteria Vaccines, and all the new serums and anti toxins adrninlstered. Elood tests made. Laboratory stocked with everything the best In medicines. Over 30 years practice ip treating Catarrh, Indigestion. Constipation, Piles, Throat. Lung. Brain, Heart, Blood, and Skin Diseases, Kheu matlsm. all stages of Blood Poison ing. Nervous and General Debility. Charges Low. Medicines Furnished. Office hours: 10 to 1; a to o". Sun days. Io to 1- I i. ! 4-H"K"K-H-KH-.--H- MRS. ORA FIELD. Matnietlc massaije, tace. and scalp treatment. SI3 H ST. X. XV.. 2d FLOOR IDEAL BEAUTV PARLOR. MANICURING. HAIR DRESSING. SUA LI TREATMENT.'. SHAMPOOING. TACIAL MASSAGE. Prompt Attention Given Phone Culls. PPOINTMENTs? BY PHONE 'X'J G ST. X XV (Second Floor ) PHOXE M 6714. MISS JAMRROX. manicurist and chiropody: hours 10 a. m. to S p. m. UU X. Y. ave. X W , :: floor. MISS WRLLgManicurinK and scalp XUJ.KJO XJiikj treatment Hours 9 to 5 933 G st. X. XV.. Apart. 2. third ftoo-. MISS CAIN. Manicuring and Scalp treat ment 71C 7th at. N. W.. Apt. 1. Evenings bv appointment Phone Main li'S MRS. D.R. WHEELER. Mechano-Therapist. 1117 EYE ST N W. Phone Main S.5S. Dr. Wm. T. Baldus, Specialist. Brain, nervous and stomach diseases; Dr.'s service and medicine. J2. : se. cor. Cth & F nw. Hours 10 a. jp. to p. m. Ph. M. 2516. CANCER. Tubercular and Other Skin"-and BIoou Diseases successfully treated; elec tricity in High-blood Pressure, Rheumatism, Sciatica, etc DR. NICHOLSON. 1303 II t. MOVING, HACKING, STORAGE MOVING Phone M. PADDED Va.b FURNISHED :010--011. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, 1236 H Street X. W. STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPING. FREE -MOVING FOR STORAGE. Cnll N 1313 or N 1S40 for estimates. 200 separate rooms SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO . 1'IJ S at Night ph X 6M STORAGE $1 mo . hauled In free all we ask. compare our prices to others, estimates ihoeifullv given, central lo'-ation. drv. ckau st rase rooms, open tor Inspection at itnv time II Hauin .. Son . 912 Pa tve M 1234. GET OUR ESTIMATES oil nbsolutelv tire proof storage moving, packing. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO . 412-20 10th st. N. XV Phone M. 1229 STORE- 1 0UR FURNITURE, pianos, etc.. at WESCHLER'S. 920 I'a. ave N W Rates reaMinable. estimates cheerfully given. Phone 122 FOR RENT STORES .1. II st. nw., "5x100; concrt-.e floor, 7 dwelling rooms above J38.60 LOUIS P SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Rids 1 i(il II st. nw., store and dv.lg 530.50 1,00 U t. nw 15.30 Xu 1st at. se. and dwelling Iteduced LOblS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern lildg. 1 DEATHS I5LAINE-On Sunday, at 12M P. m.. lAWTE ROTHWELU twin, daughter of C. D. and Lula E, Blaine (nee Pcake). aged three years and Ave months. Funeral frohi the residence' of her aunt. 28 XInth street northeast, on Wednesday. November IS. at 2:20 p m. Interment pri iate. IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for tliis column A.a coepted at CO cents flat, either prose o jtntrr. ta case o tlce docs not exceed tan &. AA 10 ctti ror eacn line in exenm of VV-fi KWW tin'W Vital Records. Births. John K. and Hazel I. Wedell. boy. Alva and Lola V. Sole. girl. Josepn a. and Irginia s:rrln., boy. illmni and Mary Parry. Klrl. Bartholamew und Julia Moore, bov. 1 Hans A. and Dorothy Jorss. boy. Brace II. and Ethel Hamilton. Loy. John H. ana Matilda Herman, boy. Joseph A. and Blanche A. Hall. 1.0 Harry A. and Bchsle R. Uehrmaim. girl. Jcnn and Bonnie Chrcins. toy. James T. and Carrie E. Prde. boy. Marriage Licenses. Louis J. Fascaldo and Catherine Ambnstio. Edward J. Lynch and Hannah M. Kelly. David T. Maloney and Maggie R. Cos. Rich mond. Va. Daniel J. deary and Alice 31. Benton Deaths." William Ash. 43 years. 345 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Lilly Wiiiiton. 20 years. Casualty Hospital. Louise Maudsley. 70 years. Providence HomjI tal Montlccilo Hays. C9 years. Providence Hos pital. Mary A. Holllster. S3 years. 1801 Connecticut avenue. Lewis M. Blessing. G3 years. 620 Third street northeast. Susan J. Hatch. S3 years. 900 D street south west. Mary E Smith.. 68 3-cars. 1007 Fourteenth street southeast. Dennis Barrett. 61 yeatr. Washington Asy lum Ho.suita.l- Henry C. Clarke. 73 years. 1732 X street. noriawest. Jessie Pcttit, 40 years. Xational Homeo pathetlc Hospital. Sarah E. Pulaski. 71 years. 732 Twenty-second street northwest. " : Ellen A. Bray. 63 years, inn Cambridge street. James B. Connolly. 49 years. 1064 Thirty first street northwest. John .1. Campbell. 561-ears. 337 Fourteenth street southeast. John Coinan. 70 vears. Prorldenci' Ilosnital. William Sheahan. 53 years. 701 Fstrect i.orth-' cast. Ruth Braase. C months. 1C33 II street north west. Infant of Gregory and Bernlce Tierney, 1 da Providence Hospital. Francis Scravpella. 22 days. Providence Hos pital. Estelle Howard. 26 years. 1271 Twenty-fifth street. Robert Asklns. 40 years. Washington Asylum Haspltal. v. Frances Davis. IS years. Galllnger Hospital. Spatswood Nicholas. 63 years, AVashlngton Asylum Hospital. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS. of every description moderate Drlces. GUDK. t 1214 F STREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UXDERTAKER & LIVERY 332 Pa av e X W Telephone 31. 13S5," WASHIXGTOX. D. C 1 F0R RENTHOUSES Unfurnished. 131S SECOND ST. X. TV. Five room." and bath, large yards, good neighborhood, convenient to schools. REXT. $17.30. A. C. HOUGHTOX COMPAXT. C3 F ST. X, XV. 8-ROOM HOUSE. GZ0 Eighth st. N. E.; nice neighborhood, con venient to Capitol. Library, L'uion Station, and Postofflce. Rent $27.30. A. C. HOUGHTOX COMPANY, C33 F ST. X. XV. NOTICE TO RENTERS. OX A $21.50 MONTHLY PAY31ENT Including payment or $13.60 on principal and all interest buys from us one of those hand some attractive 6-room and bath new brlcl, housea with large colonial porch. In the roo block of 114 st X. E. Sample house open all the time. Take East Capitol st. car to Hth st. X. EL. then walk Hi blocks north. . C HOUGHTOX. 633 F ST. X. V. 1 FOR RENT v 1360 Girard St. N W., . ' First floor: 5 rooms and bath: newly papered and painted. Rent Only $25.50 Per Month. EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ. IXC. 731 13th st. X: "W. FOR RENT t 5710 Georgia ave., 6 rms. and b...Reduced 415 Sth st. nw-. S rooms, bath 22.50 ui P fit. nw,, ii, b. .. oo0 COLORED. 330 Mo. ave. nw., 15r. 2b ,JJo.OO 359-Stil McLean ave. sw.. 5 rms. w. 13.50 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern IJdc 1 3101 14th ST. N. W. 10 rooms and bath; steam heat; cellar; hot and cold-water; coal and gas ranges, and toilet In yard; JG0. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern BldB. 1 i DEFREES ST. X. W. 6 rooms and bath. $17.50. EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ. IXC. 73 i loth st X. "W. FOR REXT 3 Eye st. X. E.. fourteen (14) rooms and bath: nieely adapted for room ing nnd boarding house: rent reduced to $33 IO Kev at DRUG STORE. Xorth Capi tol and Eve sts. 936 FLORIDA AVE. X. W. Four-room hoiae: gas. water: only $12.75: white tenants. Key 916 XV. 921 K st. nw, 6 rooms $15 30 123 K st. nw..' 8 rooms $20 U 1143 10th st. nw . 7 rooms, bath 2J 50 S. XV. COCKRELL SO F st. X W. J FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE Five-room frame, on 13th st. X. E.. between Fla. ave and I St.; rentd at present; sacrifice for quick sale. Inquire G12 Sth st. X. E. 1 XICE HOME. $1,930. to vvhlto or colored pur chaser: 6-room brick: mod. imps: fine condition- a bargain. Call 1007 Irving st. nw.. or telephone Col. 3130-W. 1 FOR SALE Modern 6 and 5-room homes, on exception ally easy terms. PRICES. $2,230 AXD $LK0. $21.50 and $19.50 per month. Includes all in terest and payments on principal Corner 16th and C sts. S. E. Open and lighted dallv until 9 P. m. Representative on Premises. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN SECOXD TRUST. Money to loan at 6 on District Real Es tate Anv amount from $2C0 to J3.C0O. on lirs or second trust, in straight note or monthly payments. Takes only three days to make them PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO 71S Hth st. X. XV. MOXEY TO LOAX On D C. real estate I have $13,000 to loan on approved D C "real estate: first trusts: IM per cent and 6 ter cent Interest. P J. WALSHE. 1333 vew York ave. X. "W. ' MONEY TO IjOAX i?. t !n nn .. r r real estate. Several trust funds H- to 3 per cent. AU transactions conducted with economical consideration for borrower WM. II SAUXDERS CO.. Southern Building. S07 13th st. X XV. MOXEY TO LOAX on real estate: lowest rates: prior payment privileges: larga amounts. TYLER RUTHERFORD. 728 llth. Special Notice -- ?? JF- - CADIIXAC LADACLETTB -J T For rent, by month or season. I'ri- y T vate ramfly preferred. Flve-passen- . T Kr Electrically equipped. V T . r - TH. J. McDONELI ,, f- v (Formerly chauffeur to the latn Mrs. - V J. wv Finchot). Fn. n. uiv. H-H-H-I- Bct prades ot COAL At . lxrw-Prie. A R. J. & M. C. GRACE, 4th nJ T y. E. Ph. line Stt. UNITED SHOE REPAIRINGCO., 642; G St. New Management. Finest electrically equipped machine shoo in ,, . Washington. Men's Whole Poles and Hools, $15. . . Workmanship Guaranteed. JVork Called For and Delivered Same TJr. Lowest Prlcea. Give us a Trln Courteous Service. rrompt Deliveries. C O A L THOMAS R. CLAEK 3K' if PH. M. M, 3rd &. K X. XV. The U. S. UPHOLSTERING CO. Will reupholstcr five-piece parlor suites In tapestry for JS.60. 31 F st. X. XV. Ph. 31. 7032 & 3f. 51W. TUB IDEAL. CEMENT PAINT la the Lawrence Interior Cement Paint It's waterproof-, dustproof, and oilproof. Pr- 1 ,' "-" ''- """ ai"3i (.nipping ana uumms' J Fof cement and concrete rtoors. walls, and IF IT'S" GOOD PAINT. WE HAVE IT." XV. i ANDREWS. IS04 14TH STREET X. XV. Phone Xorth 420. 1 . FURS OF ALI KIXDS MADE, altered, an-l repaired in the most satisfactory manner HQKGAX. 733 12TH ST. X. XV. 1 .1 WILL XOT BE RESPONSIBLE ror any bills or obligations contracted b mv son without mv authority in vrrltlng. Jl GEO. E. CHAMBEKAIX. r WEATHER STRIPPIXG of doors and t;ln dow5: carpenter work, largo or small. C D. COLUXS. 713 1STII X. XV. t . ! HAIR AXD FELT MATTRESSES Remade and Re-Covered "TF am Equal to Xew DC J Called for and delivered the aa r THE EAGLE BEDDING CO., ami 0 7t st. Ph. X. STIB. APIECE PARLOR SUITES upholstettd Isr . !f?try' np: freo delivery; satl-faetloa: the pieces are "built" by craftsmen of ua- .ywfH?- .i-0115 OT"OL CO.. 1C07 7ta w. AX. 6227. GEO..H. B O Y rTlnnln HwtidK. VeUlllclad Roof palnt 3 Z''i an'h ?5 'nformatlon reKardlny Uack i.t a, o0 stolen from Boyd' Dlrectorj" ju iwtannr. QHArtCCf PnfaJ rTrTrt.--T ,.. itv wilt ,n fl0r WwJwnaaahlp and qual. M ..- UVm. mV, X. - XV. . It. CJ. THE RATIOXALE OF DIVORCE-Pamohl-c ..vo . auiiituun. J. u. UC PUTROX. Attorney. 4SC La. ave.. Washington. P. q FLOWERS For AH Occasions SHAFFER, New Location, 900 14th Street. utJlU-ACCOUXTAXTS AXD AUDITORS 'BUSIXESS 8TSTEMATIZIXG A SPECtA- T'-c- ?" iJACHEX AinjITIXG CoZTOU Southern -Bldg. Ph. M. SOi. x KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. t.. !,Ev,e?i:nlnff for the Kitcha Estabj 1852. - Ph. M. lit Duparquet. Hout & Monetise C, Ranges. Refriscratora. Cookin TJtenll - II. A. Trefethen. Mgr.t 1220 'H 3L CARPETS THOROUGIiLV: aXD CAR-, fully cleaned: russ woven from old carpets: mattieasea renovated. Estimates furnlsbtd. -VLBERT KAHLERT & CO Sir B ml. sw. M. 0S MATTRESSES AXD BOX SPRINGS -. 1 1 Sr Renovated. Jtemade. Re-Covered. --' CAPITOL BEDDING CO.. J lill 7th st. Pb. X. Kf. AUCTION SALES THOsJ. J. OWEX &. SOX. Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. OX SAXTOX AVE.. AXA; COSTLY. D. C. ly virtue of a cerWln deed of trust duly recorded. In Liber Xo. 3611. Folio 2; et eq.. of. the land retrords or the District of Colum bia, and at the request of the party 5-Cure-J thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell. .at public auction, in the office of Thos. J. Often At Son. . Auctioneers. I33L G st. X. XV.. on itonday. the 23rd day of Xovember. A. D. CH:-at one o'clock P. M-. the lollowlng-de-fceribed. land .and Dremis-A. situate in th county otvWashmston. District of Columbia. iand designated ay and being part of lot 2 in section No. 2. " arry Farm." as per plat recorded in ' Rook 7,evy Court Xo 2. ar. i. hi the ur"eyor' Office for said District. described aa follows: Beginning for tli same-ata hub on the third line of "Chlchjs ter." said hub being the northeast bond cf fcald lot numbered 2. and running! thenen South 44 degrees 1. minutes West 23.S71 !: to." a hub In the center oc Staunton Avenu -(the Southeast bound ot said lot): tben: with- the center of said avenue 2 north St degrees 27 minutes West S.192 feetr theace O Xortbr it degrees 12 minutes East US.3 feet to a hub in "Chicheatpr" line and. tltenc i South 4S degrees 26 minutes East 7i.M fet to the place of beginning. "TERMS OF SALE: All Cash. A deposit of $30 vvlli.be required at "time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of rur chaser. Terms of saleto be complied ilth withln-13.(3avs from dav of sale. O. M. BRTAXT JOHN McILVEEX Trust e. PUBLIC NOTICES OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OT THE DISTRICT' OF COLUMGLV. October 21, 1914. Xotice la hereby given that In ac cordance with the provisions of an itsmr authorizing chanses In the permanent system & of hljhvvays contained in D. C Appropriation Act for the fiscal year ended June 30. 1314, (Public Act Xo. 433 approved March . 1913), the Commissioners of the District of Columbia will slve a public hearing- In th Board Room of said Commissioners Xovem ber 23th, 1914. at ten o'clock a. m.. to a.l parties interested or owning- land along Ben nlnjj Road from the Anacostia River to a point about 1,000 feet easterly aloiyj said road from Its Intersection with Minnesota Avenue, and along Minnesota Avenue trma Bennlng Road to a point about 1.000 f: northerly along; said avenue from said road. A plan of tha proposed changes In the Una of Bennlng Road and Minnesota Arenus within tho above limits will be displayed, and the Commissioners will consider any, sugges tion or protest concerning th proposed changes as shown on the above mentioned plan. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. HORSES AND VEHICLES HORSES Several good work horses. Acply Stables. Columbia Transfer and Storasa Co.. 472 Virginia ave. S. W. HORSE FOR SALE-S160: good condition. 1.200 lbs.; also 2 wagons. C. A. MUDDl- MAX & CO.. 616 12th st. 1 BROUGHAM Brewster make: rubber tirt. upholstered with morocco- splendid condi tion: $73. W T. LAWTOX & SOXS. 27W M st. X. W. rOR SALE OR EXCHAXGE One fine tand-ard-bred mre. suitable for farm: fine brood mare t Sth st. X. XV. TWO HORSES for sale, cheap. HOME ICE CO.. 12th and V sts. X. W HORSES Two. for sale: in good uorldn; condition, one double wagon, covered. Rear of 721 Sth X. E.. bet. 7 and S a. m.. or phone Lincoln 1354. M RE-Flne driving: dark bav: 12 years old. 1.100 pound: citv broke. Dr. Z. M. RRADY Ken llw orth. D. C PhoneLlnc. 2027. FOR SALE One line bav mare and colt S months old- M. Davidson. 43 U st. X. E 1 PONIES Two large, one medium-sire, well broken ponies for children: price reason aole. Apply 420 7th st. sw. M. S606. 1 FOR HIRE Horses, carriages, wagons, day. week or month: special prices. GEX. LI VERT CO.. IXC rear 337 Pa. ave. M. 1117. MOTORCYCLES SIOTORCTCLE One Hurley-Davidson: good condition: will sell reasonable. Inquire 2331 Virginia, ave. sw.. or shone West 372-J. T i,