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V-C'a npyr-f & &'' ? t 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. 15 if-i&r. -THE BEST Photoplay Department in WASHINGTON Educational Value in Every Type of The Film Dramas. In connection with the argument that was presented here several days ago regarding the educational value of the motion picture In bringing the great mass of the people to a true realization of the drama, there is another phase of the Informative side of the business which must be considered. It has great importance In the general consideration of the educational value of the pictured play In Its broadest sense. Aside from the vast amount of informa tion that is to be gained from the travel or scenic pictures not only about odd corners of the world, but ordinary sights In foreign cities; aside also from the Intelligent ideas of cities and important centers in our own xountry that are given in the news films; there is a wonderful opportunity for educating the People in tho ordinary drama which the motion picture producers can utilize to great advantage. The Rev. father E. Boudinot Stockton. S. T. B.. who has written so much enter taining and instructive matter te garding the pictures, recently made an address before a club devoted to motion picture subjects in which he discussed this question. He referred to the educational picture, pure and simple, the pictures of birds and ani mals, and laboratory work, and to the ordinary thriller. Between these ,? sLmu,tltude of Pictures in many of which lies an educational value. u n?1 us take the cae of a real thriller, say ''The Villain Is Doom ed, is its title." states Father Stockton. . "?.nL advertscment describes it as a highly exciting melodrama, of in tense dramatic thrill and of great educational' value.' At first we are inclined to smile. But think a mo ment. Even straight melodrama "Jjy have an educational value. The old Idea that education meant stuf fing a man with all sorts of Informa tion was exploded long ago. The ucceeding, opposite idea that educa tion was simply getting out of a man what there was in him has also met a similar fate. Nowadays, the majority of educators hold that St. Paul's Idea is correct. Man has a body, a soul, and a spirit He feels; he thinks; he wills. Education means training a man to feel, think and will In the best possible manner. The picture, we are watching Is a straight melodrama. But virtue is rewarded and villainy punished. "We feel better. That Is as it should be. The hero or the heroine pass through all kinds of hardships and trials and come out of them a better and nobler man or woman. "We not only . feel better, but we see that the trials and hardships were what taught them their lesson or made them bet ter and stronger. We have done some thinking, and done It. too, along the right lines. The picture has a heart interest and punch that rrips us and makes us want to imi tate the characters we have seen. "We make up our minds we are going out and become heroes and heroines ourselves. "We have done some will ing, ana done It, too, to some good purpose. For the moment ve have been lifted out. of the old rut and been given a vision of the higher and better things of the new plane lo which we have been raised. Whether we stay on the new plane or not depends on other things than the photoplay, its mission is done. It has put us there.- It educated us out of the old Into the new and bet ter, and the educational element in it is the thing that has accomplished this. "Again, "The Villain Doomed' turns out to be not a straight melo drama, but a travesty on the old tank drama. It Is full of caustic -w it and satire and genuine humor. At first we watch it, slightly puzzled, until we get the proper point of view; but from then on v,e watch it laughing or chuckling or silently amused, according to our disposi tions, until the picture is out. Here w have the same educational ele ment as before; but it Is of a higher agree or order. There Is the same xercise of the feelings, the reason and the -will in the right direction, but it in more subtle in its working. We did our thinking and willing first, and them sat down to enjoy ourselves. At the start we had to know more, we had to think harder, and we had to decide not nn objec tive action, but a subjective Idea. In order to appreciate the point of the story we had to know about the 'tank drama, we had to analyze it and critlcls it, and then make up our minds that there was a funny side to it. Then we sat back and crave ourselves up to the enjoyment of that way of looking at it. The educational element was there. It appealed In the same way. But it appealed to a more educated spec tator, a moro developed Intelligence, a keener Jense of feeling, a better trained will "The tame is true of every form of photoplay. In all of them there la tho same appeal to the funda mental powers and capacities that every man has. and this appeal is educational just in so far as It calls those powers and capacities to exer HRe themselves in the right way. The odu-atlonal element in a photo play in its appeal to a man'i better elf; and its educational value is in proportion to th way in which it makes a man enjoy better, think more highly of and make up his mind to hang on fo and get after 'whatsoever things are true, what soever things are honest, whatso ever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things aro of Rood report." In other words, everv photoplay that impresses on a man t ie value and importance of tho good, the true, the beautiful, and make him want to pet up and go after and obtain them. hss an e5u rational value: and the element or factor that stives it that value is the f actor or element that does these things." W holesile Froduce Market EGOS Nearby fresh. SfiQSSc per doz.. bouUtern. ZiiiUc per dos. CHEESE New York. new. isc per lb.: rat. 16HC per lb. BUTTER Elgin print. C6c per lb.: tub. Cot per lb., process. 16&27c per lb. IrVE POULTRY (Quotations furnished by rer. Price U Co.) Hens. 13611c per lb : toetern. 10c per lb.; sprint chickens, 15yiGc t lb : live turkeys. l'&Uc per lb. LIVE STOCK Veal calves, best. 1'StiVic r lb.: heavy. SiilOc pr lb.- fat sheeD. tV, Ohc per lb : sprint? lambs. 839c per Pi. VEGETABLES (Quotations furnUh-d bv ' siylor Wade) Potatoes, new. J1.75 per bbl.: r'ilons. iOc per bushel: Jl ZZ per sack: cl- ce. fl per hundred lbs.: lettuce. 0e to 75c or banket: beets. S2.00 per 100 bunches R'eelpts of chickens and hen. In llrluur uDDly and demand better at increased rlc". Owlnr to the Maryland quarantine, the re Vlpts of veel calves, sheep, and lamb nre limited supply on the street, ami prices aw advanced from 1 to 2 tents. Choice lver. ilitiZH eents. T.Hh medium cr-ulf-f. mil cents Cholre Iambs. 9 cents: nullum fftts renin Dres.vd pork can be hlpid rom Maryland bj removlnr the ft These utruetlope come direct from the Pureau of Mi I nisi Industry. Drseed pork. I0W11 rents There is a very considerable Increase in ra !pts of poultry, and market is easv. PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPLAYERS By GARDNER MACK. 55HH8?l2'L'fcT! s3Psf 4KVrM PHhJF nBsv -n9r "Kl vVF r'EHKr vT PP '-iirB 3r initial U"-L loBi"-'"V " HeJ-'ilHI- 1' r'M" '' ''ifiB W'vStII HHL-bK - - ' 1B T l -f 'fjiL PJ fStT PEBflrv.'' V'' ' H""?j4fQsp'' ",,j wiyflBB SFrJf -" lfc .' Z. E r 'iff"1?- 'V '8J r' InVBB I iriH '' Miwfcg""',-tdf- wl Pr t L. v JKff'i 'j'- eJHVF i VV7" ffjJH jkkWpP' "v'Xr V hFl -"tHH WH J R HHHBwIliHriHK'iEicTslHllH F "' dBjlH MHVsQIHm'' cv-.?iiaE ;: 5jhX flLLHr1LBl'9lliLLLHIfLv m.Kb iittt to "VJJH AitH nuKSmTm WMWBWWWWBBBKMWBIK.nfr&.iiii'wJr'aiPWMWi 'Bmt , EFr MBjBIBHBIHBIBflflBflMHMflMflBBHflMB iV7 RC'' v Vi Scene from the biograph production of "The Fleur-de-Lis-Ring,"1 at the New Truxton today. Everything Is Worn At An Angle These Days By MARGARET MASON. "Is my hat on straight, dear?" You never more hear. For it's proper angle Is now on one ear. "Does my skirt bang straight, love?" Is also old stuff; If chic now it can't be Quite crooked enough. NEW YORK. Nov. 20. You've timply got to be a bit crooked If you arc going to bo fashionable. Th ery newest skirt models are cither short to the shoe tops in front and back, with a fall to the instep on cither side or they are up to the calf on each side and to the shoe tops at tront arrd'back. Some are cut in jagged points around the bottom and others are finished in scallops, while one daring model advo cates that erstwhile sloppy effect whereby the front barely touches the boottops and the back Just grazes the heels. Along these lines is a skirt whoso long tunic edged with fur hangs to the heels in back and just below the knees in front. Under it, only visible in the front, is an underskirt to the shoe tops. Another skirt shown at the recent New York fashion fete was so hung that tho length of the front was on a line with the tops of the band of fur edging in back. The effect of a front view then was that of two rews of fur with a pair of tootsies thrust between rows, for the back band of fur was set on the whole width of the fur band longer behind. I ine nppie sKiris are aiso very gooa I and. invariably fur finished. They are usually cut circular. Dut cut circular, but some arc shown shirred on a hip yoke or even at the "waist line. Never has fur been used so extensive ly as a dress trimming, and the lovely new Shades of putty and sand are ex quisite in combination with the rich brown of sable, skunk, -and the less ex pensive dyed squirrel. Sand and putty are thf exact shades their names sig nify, and the former shade esneciall should prove extremely popular, aside from its beauty, for it certainly does take sand these days to wear como or the styles. Black tulle overskirts and sleeves in black velvet gowns continue to be a favorite combination for smart after noon costumes gleaming here and there with ropes or buttons of Jet. Where a relief from such sombreness is desired the sand and putty shades arc com bined with the black with charming l esults. Th s color scheme has at last ousted from supreme favor tho black and whlt combinations so lone and so dearly belived. Black tulle over velvet or satin and heavily bedecked with jM continues the queen of pveninjj gownn. I also. Black lace has made a wild ef fort to supplant the tulle, but as a FINANCIAL f .Jl.000.000 EARNED SURPLUS. .41.000,000.. RESOURCES Of More Than Nine Millions of dollars protect the de positors of this bank. And in addition to this protection wc offer you the best service that a bank can render. itr SAME RATE of interest paid on both large and small accounts. National Savings and Trust Company Cornc 15th and N Y. Are. rnPTT-KTOTTTW YttAR. J) The Safest Investment Are thuse that do not fluctuate Jur.nc dis turbed conditions of the money or stock mar kets. First oeed ot truat notes (first niort 6 aces), well secured en real estate In lb ilnrict of Columbia. curiHtituu "(rilt-edxa Invest menu. The) do not depend upun th financial responslblllt or Individuals or cor porations for their stability, an J tie exompt from taxation as personal property. We ran supply cuch Investments in amounts flora KOO upward. Send for booklet. "Ccncemlaf Loans and Investments " SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., JJ7 UTH BTltEET . W. - W.B.Hibbs&Co. Hibbs Building I .vew York Stock Cxchmrt Members Washington Stock Exchani. ! I Ailcu no Board of Trade -4.- IjOCAI stocks buicht and Mold on a&ni fsvorable terms bb Vve offer for tradiux In New VorU I i 1 t 4 i T I 1 fclocks and bonds. smart fashion authority boldly an nounced that tho lace is inat to be worn by any woman under twenty-eight its chances for favor can be seen with half an eye are very slight. As an inev table outcome of the sleeveless fashion for evening has como the wristlets of fur with a fluff of tullo attached to fall over the hand. This dainty little conceit will undoubtedly play tho good Samaritan to many an ungainly hand, and ill-turned wrist this winter. There is an exciting new shoe, or boot, rather, which comes in white, gray, or blege buckskin and laces up tho inner side of the shoe Instead of the front. It is chastely plain and tight fitting. -sao for a saucv little pointed tip of black patent k!d stuck on the toe with an effect of piquancy for all the world like that of a beauty spot 'gainst the damask of milady's cheek. A dashing little debutante wore a pair of those startling boots in white buck skin at the Rltz the other day, and you brought up with a start from the tip of her prettv toes to the tip of her prettv nose only to find that It wa dalntllv dusted with rouge on Its re troussee end in the very latest mode. Another pair of .comjc opera boots sported on the same occasion were of all-over black patent kid. They laced ud the front to a height half-way of tho calf, where they ended In a swav- incr black silk tassel. Some of the quaintlest l'ttlo black patent kid dancing slippers have bright red heels. With this hectic touch to her pedal extremities and her nasal appendage milady is certainly going to extremes for her bit of color these days. 'Eh. what: i T , , MOdel Mail Writes lO A Mayoi' for a Wife PITTSBURGH. Pa., Nov. 20 Leroy Brayden. jr.. Mlllville, N. J., has writ ten Mayor Armstrong, asking him to find him a -wife. The qualifications are not severe, and the reward seems large. He writes as follows: "I want a wife. One between eight een and thirty yfar.s, one without means, good-looking or not, as it mat ters not po long as she will be tiue and try to make homp happy. "I own a forty-elght-acrf farm, a $300 team of packing horses, and an automobile car. I am twenty-six years old, five feet nine and one-half inches tall, blond-haired. Wife will receivo J2S.0OO at my death. Would like to be married as soon as possible. I do not drink, chew, or smoke, or belong to any clubs." FINANCIAL Is This the Kind of Bank You Want to Bank With? The Munsey Trust Company has a capital of J2.000.000. U started right, with lln capital fully paid in before it opened He doom for buaineaa. Capital enough to make it as solid aa the "Rock of Gibraltar." It pays 2 interest on checking accounts. It pays 3 interest on ordinary safings accounts. It pays 4 interest tn special sayings accounts. Interest compounded month ly (twelve times - year), n the 2 account and four times a jear on the Z ax counts; twice a year on the 4 riccountH. and interest so figured that the depositor ccta rt "Square Deal." Theie aio .o rules, no penalties, no subter fuges with us thJtt whittle down the rate of interest; and your money draws Intel est every day it ia in The Munsey Trust Com pany, however Ion or uhort tho time, and every businc?a day in the vcar is deposit day. The Munspy Trunt Compa.iy is a serious, substantial bank, conducted on sound ualnenj lines. Its method-, are cleun, clearcul and straightforward. It has no favorites, it treats all men the same -treats the big mem no better Mian the littlj man, and Meats all alike, with well considered courtesy. If this 13 the kind of bank that appeals to you, we should be plad to linvo you opn an account with us. Measured from every angle the interest we pay, and tho way we figure Interest, and the strength and aubstaritiality of The Muiihcv Ttust Company Is there any other bank anywhere whs. you can do as well? Think it over it id very much worth lour T7hlle. FRANK A. MUNSEY, President TODAY'S BEST FILMS. Selected by GARDNER MAC.. Dint!,, Kurnmn, in "The Virgin ia n," from the novel by tvcn AM ler (l.lsU), tli,? Ol.iiiiplo, 14:tlU wtrcet. Itber Warwick in "The 5I" ot the Hotir" (litaky), the Mrle, Four teenth, near Iriincr Jitrcei J. Wariren KcrriRKn, In "n,s Ilcnrt. HI Hand, tlU Swonl," """ of the "Terence O'Honrke" werlcn. Iij Loiiln Juaetih Vance (LnUer nl). the Dixie, UiKhtu and II treet northern!. Kcln JVe.slilt Thav nml her n. Itunnell Thaw, In "Thread of Den tiny" (Lubln), the Recent, Eight eenth and California ntreetM. CharlcH A. Stecns, in "Shore Acre" from the pla by the late .lnnie A. Ilerne CrnnilallV A'lntto nnrt K streets. -Nornin Talmnrigc and Antonio 3Ioreno In "Good-by Summer" O I tngranh) the Arcade, Fourteenth Ntnet anil Pfirk road, and the Ucl inont, Fourteenth, near V street. Arthur Mneklev nnd Howard r.mKc, In "The Miner' Peril" (Re liance), the Empire, 01." II atrect northeast. Mary TMekforri. in "The Dark Horne" (Imp, relaNiie), the Lafay ette, K, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth .lreetN. William Farniim, mipported by Knthlyn William, in "The Spoil cm," from the novel of Hex Beaah (Sella-), the Garden, -i-ill Ninth treet. Theodore Roberta In "The Circus Man' Lanky , the Strand, JVinth nntl I ntrcviw. Wallace leery, in "Sweeille I.enrna to STrlm" (ICnmminj ), the Orpheum, Fourth and C atrceta northeaat. Marin SaU. In "The Triton Stain'' (Knlem), the Apollo, O'H II atreet northeaat. Ifnbel Itae ami Alfred Pn jcet, in "The Flenr-de-Mi Ring," the New Truxton, North Capitol street and Florida enue. (Note: These selections are based on tho personality of the players and the producing company ond not per sonal inspection, except in special cases. G. M.) Southern Women Stage Plays to Help Cotton XKW YORK. Nov. 20. To buy cotton for the Hcd Cross in Europe and at the same time help the South. Southern women now in this city will hold a benefit performance this afternoon at a local theater. Three professional wom en's clubs the Gamut Club, Profes sional Woman's League, and the Twelfth Night Club will each present a one-act play. Wllla Holt Wakefield planned tho affair. Benefit Recital Tonight. A euchro party for tho benefit of the Red Cross will be given by Carnation Camp. Royal Xcighbors of America, at Flynn's Hall. Eighth and K streets northwest, tonight. Tho committee In charge is as follows: O. H. Coffin, chairman; Mrs. Jenn!e Iaux, vice chair man; Mrs. Ina Grimes Seniff, Miss Anna Walker. Miss Ella Gross, Miss Justlna Zerwes, Mrs. Nan Atchison, Mrs. Viola Thompson, Mrs. Eleanora A. Nolan. Miss Jeannie Wood, Miss Jennie Colman, Mrs. Idella Walker, Mrs. Lizzie Flood. Mrs. Minnie Baker, and Mrs. Anna B. Smith. LOS!' AND FOUND AUTOMOBILE RIGHT GLOVE-Return to C634 Georgia ave. Phone Columbia IMS Reward SETTER DOG Black and white, one brown spot on head: name Kid, tag No S48 Phone North MC3. or return to 1100 Michigan ave. N. E. BOSTON BULL TERRIER-Name. Ll,:zio; jellow leather collar, white and light brlndle; tag No. 7423. Reward at 496 Fort Stanton road. Anacostla. D. C. SILVER VANITY CASE-Hcart shaped: Initials "L. r. It " Reward. 1134 Colum bia road, or 1330 New York ave. ST. BERNARD PUPPY. Owner prove cljlm by appllng to 81fi 17th ht N W. BROOCH (diamond sunburst) In black el vet bow; between Uth and 15th. H and F sts Phone Mrs. Street, Cleve. 134, or leive with cashier. It. P. Andrews Paper Co. Re ward. WANTEDSALESMEN COME to the National Hotel and see the best kerosene oil lamp ever Invented. S00 candle power: burns 76 hours on one gallon oil. demonstration 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. A. N. CUMMINS. HELP WANTED MALE BUILDERS Attention' A couro In estimat ing and building materials will bcuetlt ou greatly; classes at night. Individual Instruc tion; dovote jour uparo time to thin meant) of advancement and reap tho reward, get par ticulars promptly. Columbia School of Diaft lng. Mcltchlen bldg . 10th and G tits . city. BOYS 1G car and ovrr. hours. 210 N at. S W. Inside work: short 1 I.OY with Wcycle for special delivery ser vice Apply at once to MR. ELGIN. Sl.lp plnjr Dept . GOLDBNBEHG'H Bui'S IJrlght, strong in toy factory. In rear 1341 W st N W. Ai ply 1 BUBHCLMAN Experienced, ono who under stands tailoring on now and old work; Rteadj Job -for the rlRht party. fc. GOOD MAN. Takoma Park I) C ! GARDENER White. 30 to 86 jtars of ape; pay JS.'. pr month, excellent nppoitunltv for steadv enerKftlr man Applvby letter only to J. A PLUMING, .loth and Broad Branch road j HOTEI--Four hicks, checkers and two bar ojhhlTS, also storr room nun. tcdav DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, lth nml Pa ave N W LABORERS Two. to mix concrete N. E Market. 12th and II N E . brinK shov.-lx LEARN to plav raKtliuc In 0 Ipfson Call or write for free booklet CHRIsTENSEN SCHOOL 2S01 N st N W II AN Experienced colored. in wholesale liquor store 21.77 K t N AV WANTI'D-Moii to barn lvirb r trad", new method, w.mi'H after flrt month, .stfaily K)sltlon Kuarantecii; wrlt' for (atalo;ii MOLER'S BARBER r-OLLIXSE. IVpt N. 207 Bow en . Now York cit HELP WANTED FEMALE COLLAR GIRI,-Experienced Apply WEST KM) LAUNDRY. l"l la ave Ft It riMMIER-ThoiuuKhlv iDerlem ei Apply at ome 11 I.I US GAHFINKLE L. CO . F Rt coi 13tli 1 Glltl Colored. loi K'netal houiuvvork at onu AddreHs IffCO II Ht. N I J Nl'RSE GIRL wliite. for lial one oar old Apply DK LIM) bt Elizabeth IloipltaJ WAIST DRAJ'EIt-Eperiencod at ome Conn me . nd lloor 112$ I WOMA N Respectablo ceneia) hou-eeveork ;unK lulored, tor l'175 ISth M N W YOUNG LADY Hlxh school Kradtate, tor clerical work Apply 314 Ttli t X. W. THAVER'S .SHOP. CO HELP WANTED Male and Feraile. vitin: motion iMcri'Rij rLrf. ""o t J100 p.nd roiT.iiondcnio course I nrn'i i" sarv: details fie Nevr WrlUrs. 1115 A IHoria Bld(t . Ht. Iui SITUATIONS WANTED M.i COLORED man from rmintM wni s-ead. Job. clthei mllki-r. driver, hi.iir'-uorl., i jut Ins 1W. 11th fc. N V 1 SITUATIONS WANTED Female TWO COLORED MAIDS dlre subuio place tojethei or eeneral houework in umall fninllv. lBJfi Col st. N W. FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS VKRY KJNE rubber-tiro stralsht and extcn- riisIUA.VJI; ."rouKnnnis. very cheap. Apply IKTROPOI.1S CLUU STABLES, bet. 23rd MV and LMth sts.. E and F STTIT Mim's nno custom made brown worsted. lzo 36. Coat tuid et but Uttle worn. S3. 38:o 9th stX. W. j One Worthington Steam Pump7 Size 4x2x4. 1 2-h. p. motor, alternating cur rent, 110 volts. 1 electric letter sealing machine. W. B. MOSES & SON. CELLO Mellow tone: lino for orchetra c-vf Vr rr.Si?r,,,ce ,or "ulcl1 s1- Apply BEN MADDEN. tare t-arKer. Briduet to. PAPERHANGERS, ATTENTION. Balance of Wallpapers, Ladders, Scaffolding, Tables, and Jacks. IN BULK OR SMALL LOTS. See MR. GRIFFITH, W. B. MOSES & SON. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS HI GUI, si c-VfaH prices paid for worn cloth inn: cither ladles' or centlemen's: ond pos tal; will call. B. TAHSHES. 1303 7th t. N W. Thone North 499. ' WANTED Purnlturo for casin. Sfll jour Rood In the man who Elves the most money. Fee HOPWOOD. 8th and K. t PERSONAL CHI ROPRAC?riC Treatment of the spine for chronlq and nervous diseases: one treat ment free had wonderful results: try it and get well. DR. L. R. STONE. Savony. 2S01 14th St. N. AV.. Apt. 15. i IDEAL BEAUTY PARLOR, MANICURING. HAIR DRESSING. SCALP TREATMENT. SHAMPOOING. FACIAL MASSAGE. APPOINTMENTS BY PHONE. 29 O ST. N. W. ,'Second Floor.) PHONE M. 6714. MISS WELLSJSSSffifH'SS.W S. S33 Q st. N. W.. Apart. 2. third noor. MISS CAIN. Manicuring and Scalp treat ment. 716 7th st. N. W.. Apt. 1. Evenlnzs bv appointment. Phone Main 742S. MRS. OR A-FIELD. Magnetic massage, face, and scalp treatment. S15 H ST. N. W.. 2d FLOOR. M-H-I-I-H-H-I-I-H-M-W-I-H-M"! n Hr RPPn SPECIALIST iiaiMi&r 804 ir STREET The Most Important Advice that I can offer to any man or woman who is suffering from any acuto chronic or special diseas la to take immediate steps to Get Well. COS, Bacteria Vaccines. JL and all the new serums and nntl-4 toxins administered. Blood testa 4 made. Laboratory stocked withT everything tho best In medicines. T Over SO years practice in treating T Catarrh. Indigestion. Constipation. T Piles. Throat. Lung. Brain. Hart T 3. Ulood. and Skin Diseases, Rheu- X T matism. all stages of Blood Poison- X X Ing, Nervous and General Debility. X X Charges Low. Medicines Furnished. X JL Office hours: 10 to 1; 3 to 6. Sun-.j. 4. daya. 10 to 12. 4. lTmTi iTmiTmT" I i-I"! "I T T T TTi... !.,., MISS JAKRBON, manicurist and chiropody; hours 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 1212 N. Y. avs. N. W., 2d floor. MRS. D. R. WHEELER. Mechano-Tberaplst. 1117 EYE BT. N. W. Phone Main S81 Dr. Wm. T. Baldus, Specialist. Brain, nervous and1 stomach diseases: Dr.'s service and medicine. 12.: se. cor. nth & F nw. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ph. M. 2C11 CANCER, Tubercular and Other Skin and Blood Diseases successfully treated; elec tricity In High-blood Pressure. Rheumatism, Sciatica, etc DR. NICHOLSON. 1303 H st. AUTOMOBILES' RUNABOUT At R. R. depot, factorv has new. ltpht up-to-date runabout: consignee financially unable to take ud draff rather than reshln will turn over to aulck buyer for 3S5. which is :h balance due- cash nrefer-r-d houch term might be nrraneed AT TORNEY 215 Ptewart bldg l STEVENS-DURYEA First-class condition; will demonstrate, sacrifice for qulk sale Apply No 4 Truck. N. Y. av-. and M nw. 7-PASSENGER touring car. tires and mglne In good condition- very reasonable M. 279. Expert auto repairing: Ford cars a specialty; all work guaranteed. W. L. FRAS51ER. rear 222 Mass. ave. N W. Phone M. 6644-M. N 0S8 Touring cars and limousines by ii. ujm ,lour day 0J. week standard Gar age P. L PAYLOR. Prop. 2121 14th nw. For Hire. G. W. JACKSON, North 4993-J. Five and seven-passenger autos for all oc casloni Reasonable rates. 2102 17th st. nw. 12 TO J2.75 PER HOUR-5 ana 7 Daaie.igsr touring cars: reasonable rates for country trips. Phone North S301. Night or day. 1 FIVE and seven-passenger touring cars and taxi cabs, reasonable and careful drivers, reasonable rates to reception parties my spe cialty. Phone M. 1672. CONTINENTAL AUTO CO. 6-PASSENGER. 12.50: 7-paaiener. $3 50 per hour. Powhatan Hotel. 13th and Pa. M. 8237 MOTORCYCLES BICYCLES. New bicycles. J5 cash, and 15 monthly. SAVE YOUR CAR FARE. T. N. MUDD. Jr.. INC.. 824 9th st. N. W. HORSES AND VEHICLES ONE BAY HORSE cheap: can be seen at DUIiEY'S STABLE, raar of 4i4 4th t N. " BROUGHAM Brewstir moke, rubber tlrGa; upholstered with morocco splendid condi tion: S75 W. T. UWTON t SONS. 2708 M st. N. W. FOR HIRE Jforses. carrtaices. warons. day. week or month: special prices. GEN LIVERY CO. INC. rear 337 Pa. ava U UK. CLAIRVOYANTS MME. CARLETTA, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT. CARD READER. 12 jeari' continuous piactice in Wnshlneton Without a question tells object of call, your rome iiame of friends and enemies ADV'lCE ON ill fclNESS. 1X E. COURT SHIP MAR RIVGEAM) DIVORCE Dallj-Sunday orM 705 8th St. N. W. 0;y AlARCIA.A,i,rolo,r"' I'almlst Clalrvovant. iM""Vlrl'nd Card Reader Houin 10 h m to 5 p in Evening by a;ipuiiitu.ent. ht'W.-irt Bldg . fcth K -iln nw Ph M "311. MME- FREDA. Fortune told thl week 23c Hi in this ad 417 Eve st N V I' I ir.GERM-D Noted Palmist und Double Seelnfc powers Future, courtship. m.tr- rl.tce. business, yiiarnnteed S14 Eje i-t n-. .MADAM FIAiRENC'E scleiitllli curd reader, advice on biislnch's and love affairs; l.ilmr tins slip and 2Jc this iek onlv 1J4 Sth tt N W 25c READINGS rM CASTILLO hrlps jou in but,ines and do mestic troubbs batlzfactlon cunranteod. Low lee f?i F PT X. W UPSTAIRS MADAM CATHERINE WnshlnKion'i Favor ite Palmlbt .md Card Header, tellable d vIcb on all affni-4 ! r.th nt N W SPIRITUALISM MADAME COUM.SII Noted npiritual med ium, ituds vour life foncitlj Kues , n ctfi reudinBs dallj .37, !rd M N E or I. near I mon Station, l.idlen onlv ' l MRS. MAMIE STEVES,lviedirum. Ite.idluxs Uallj . .ranrej luin .t. Thu r.n- hiKs l'h L.nrjQn 315 ' S E. MRS .1 E. MXLT1SV. Kenols ISldi . llthai..! ; N W . Room 40.S MeelltiKN Wed nnd 1 n i v " . in-SHaue to each Iilu- j 11 i ..,. p-cruHf nj ( leHninprH h. in. io iwo p m. Ph M f6l RS. C. ROTJL nNo pAii ,Y and Tliurs eve.: Anseostla car. 700 Gth st. 8. El FOR RENT ROOMS Fmrnlshed. THE CAIRO, Apart. 403-FurnIahed room; call 7 to 8 evenings, direct. 1 L ST. N. W.. S(G Large pleasant furnished room next mod ern bat- P ST. N. W.. 170S Rooms furnished. 12 week up: aUo basement floor cheap, unfurnlsh- ed; hot-wator heat, l 3rd ST N. W.. 604-One larse front room, with kitchenette ; completely fur.; 1. h. k. ! H ST. N. E.. A& (Apt. It) Ono large furnlsn el room: well heated 1 M ST. N. W.. 414 Furnished and unfurnished rooms; I. h. k. permitted: central location; reasonable. F ST. N. V.. l71-Two furnished rooms near departments and walking distance downtown. G ST. N. W.. 407 Iirge rooms, hot water In room; light housekeeping: 314 per month. 11 FT ,N- w" 5( Second floor7two unfur nlehed or three furnished: heat and gas. F ST. N. E.. 21S-Severnl nicely furnished comfortable rooms: gentlemen preferred: near Union Station. New Postofflco and Gov- ernmenc Printing Office. H. ,ST- N. W 436 Iarge front room with Kitchenette, 2nd floor: other rooms, for I. h. k. and h w. h. F. S1'' 'f- W" 2(yi6 Iirge and small rooms. In good location: close to dents. ! Unfurnished. u 12th ST. N. E.. 911 Three nice large second floor rooms. I. h. k.. heat. gas. bath on samw floor. $18. 11th ST. 8. W.. 303 Unfurnished rooms; boat. gas and bath: sink In kitchen. NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W.. 440-3 Iaigo nawly papered rooms; 1. h. k:; every con v.nnce: gpo-i location: all faclng'avenue. 4tn tr. s. E JOO Four bright rooms and kitchenette; excellent condition; corner property; adults only. 1 Furnished or Unfurnished. 18th ST. N. W.. 2104 Rooms unfurnished. turnlshed or ROOMS AND BOARD 8th ST. N. W., 824 Room and board J5 lireek; table board J3.60; 6 o'clock breakfa. ! WILLIAMS HOUSE, 913 E ST. N. W. Room and board. J5; home table. I3.S0: 6 a. m. breakfast: men onlv. 12th ST. N. W.. 80S Well furnished rooms, with or without private bath: home cock Ing. Phone Main 8037. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS Piano Tuning, $1 in Nov. Expert Work Guaranteed. Drop postal L. LARSEN. 644 So. Car. ave. S. E. Lon. 1635. 1 ASHES HAULED, yards and cellars kept cleaned by the month. Address MURRAY. COS 21st st.. rear. WORKINGMEN It Is a question whether a roan can do as well with same amount of cash, but there's a way to And out; look at all the best that's offered and then come here and spend your "mon;" slightly used overcoats. $3 to $10; one price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 019 D. 1 Birds, Dogs, Pets, Ztc. JUST RECEIVED nne lot singing canaries. parrots and dogs of several kinds. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th at. N. W. Window Cleaniag. HOUSEKEEPERS This week. ordinary windows expertly cleaned. 6c each. Floors waxed, polished, stained, varnished. House cleaning. ELLIOTT. 14C0 You st. N. W. Postal. Phone N. -3958. -ACME 921 O STREET. Ph. M. 7189. Window Shades. WE ALSO "8HADE" THE PRICE. Opaque shades fitted. Sue: oil opaque or do mestlo holland shades. 60c; duple:, cambric shades. 75c KLEEBLATT'S. 11th & H N. E. THE SHADE SHOP. 12th and H rts. N. W. Ph. M. 4763. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IF YOU WISH TO BUY a good paying busi ness at a reasonable price, jou cannot af ford to miss Inspecting these and. many other places offered for sale exclusively by us confectionery, light grocery grocery and market, drug, delicatessen, cigar, dry goods, etc. store, rooming and boarding' houses, barber fchop. dyeing and cleaning business, general merchandise business, hotel and bar. on Pike In Md.: poolrooms, lunchrooms, hotels, motion picture theatres, etc. All places personally inspected. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F. ilOVIB THEATER, heart of bus. section; opportunity for right man. POOL ROOM, choice location. 9th St.: leaso worth more than price asked. GROCERY, -cigar and candy store, well stocked and paying: 3 living rooms. $350. LUNCH ROOM, down-town: rent 15; if sold this week. $375. DINING ROOM near college and schools, caterlns to the best people only; 4 1 1 vine" rooms, new equipment; sacrifice at $250. ROOMING HOUSE, splendid furniture; owner levins city: sacrifice at $275; also month's rent free to desirable tenant. CAFE In apartment house: lease covers en tire building: asking; J2.000; Investigate this splendid proposition: Ions lease: rent. $130. MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. 013 N 1 ave. A BARGAIN AT $300. On account of other business, will sacrifice small, refined well-furnlshod boardlnir house; easv to manage: rent only 140: receipts $200; near Carnecle Library. BOX 200. Times of fice; 1 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE MOVING PADDED VANS 1Y1I V Vi KX FURNISHED Phone M. 2010-20U. KELEa'S EXPRESS, 1236 II Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPING. FREE MOVING FOR STORAGE. Call N. 4315 or N. 1840 for estimates. 200 separate rooms. SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. 912 S st. Night ph. N. 6092. STORAGE $1 mo.: hauled in free: all we ask. compare our prices to others: estimates cheerfully slven: central location, dry. clean Horace rooms, open for Inspection at Hny time. H Bium tz Son . 912 Pa. ave. M. 1234. GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely fire proof storaee. movlnc. packing. "UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. 412-20 10th st. N. W Phone M. 4:20. STORE YOUR FURNITURE, pianos, etc. at WESCHLER'S. 920 Pa. ave. N. W. Rates reasonable: estimates cheerfully clvcn. Phone 1282 APARTMENIS TO LET Unfurnished. 210 13th S. W.. 3r. and bath, heated J.'3 00 501 Maine ave.. 3 rooms 12 00 721 7th st. S. W.. 3 rooms l. 50 PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John Marshall place. FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT: hot-water heat, Imth. heat and light supplied, rent $33 50. Oivnci. 503 Alasw ave. N. K. FLAT FOR RENT COLORED. l'5'i H st. ne . 5 rooms and lUh S1S.50 FRANK T. RAWLINGS CO., Inc., 1425 New York Ave. N. W. 9tf l.'TH ST. N W Furnished apart, two rooms, adjoining bath, hot-water heat: run ning w iter, electric lights. 1 FLAT Four rooms and bath; hot-water luat 737 11th st. N. W.. 2nd floor. Furnished. THE DAMfaON. 1329 M St. N. W.. near Thomas Circle- Desirablv tur apartment of A rooms, with hath adjoining: Inrge. fino ronmF. all front, soutnern exposure, m-wly furnished, will rent separately or ns a v. hole Phone North ti"oll Wanted. APARTMENT Two rooms, with hath. Iy refined lady emplojed. close in. UOX 39. Ttmeb office 1 FOR RENT OFFICES WARDER BUILDING, ;rr rv Isise and "niall otllcos. some suitable fr :iannle iooin- ot Ilwht imnumctuii-ia Rea sonable rents Vpnlv t SiiKe-li.teitlMit FOR EXCHANGE -RILL TRADE a valuable Hini nttractl e home site for a B-pasfengr automobile: must He in good condition Phone M 74U DEATHS COOk-On Thursday. November 13,1314. at 8 a. m.. HENRIETTA COOK, at tho resi dence of her daughter. Mrs. McGinn. 460 i.ve street southwest Funeral at 2 p. m. on Saturday from i.plpnany chnpeL Interment at Ilock Creek. HIE il.Frl(1ay morning. November 20. 5.-Tai 16X7. K sect. VINNIE ItEAM HOXIE. Wife of 0n Rlihfr.i r. iri U S. A., retired. "y'w Funeral at St. John's Church. Monday. November 23. at 2:30 p. m. MIRICK-On Thursday. November IS. 19H. at liENKY D. MIRICK. aged seventy-nine ears.. beloved husband- of Charlotte B. Mlrlck and father of Carlos B. Mlrick. funeral private. Interment at Athens. Ohio. IN MEM0RIAM CURRY In memory of my husband and our father. CHARLES E. CURRY, who de parted this life four years ago today. No vember 20, 1910 BY JUS WIFE AND CHILDREN. (Notices for this column are accented at 50 cents Hat. either prose or poetry, in case no tice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents for each line in excess of ten.) Vital Records. Births. Uufus t and .Edith R wh!.... h.. cinley M and Belle S. Van Hoesen. girl. Clarence B. and Susie M. Thompson, girl. Joseph T. and Helen M. Tullls. girl. Charles W. and Nellie L. Sorg. boy. Louis X. and Annie Kroll. girl. Charles J. and Mabel V. Huppmann. boy. Alfred L. and EVlzabeth Z. Gibson, boy. Arthur L. and Catherine M. CaUaaan. boy. Alexander L. and Nellie Buscher. girl. William and Homrzell Ward. girl. Marriage Licenses. Clifton C. Pelton and Ada F. Richards. Wushlngton. John A. Johnson and Grace Callahan. Hills borough, Va. Charles R. Paxton and Laura E. Saaford. Washington. Harry L. White and Geraldlno PowelL Wash ington. Thomas J. Hill and Ella E. Carter. Port Royal, Va. Deaths. Luther E. Jones, 1 year, 1015 Third street southeast. Edward H. Van Housen, 43 years, 12 G street northwest. Elsie Hartley. 17 years. Georgetown Hospital JjSrryBeIste,n 40 years. GarHeld Hospital Ellen Yates. 63 years. 1230 Ninth street north west. William M. Larcombe. 43 years. 464 F ptreet southwest. . Raymond B. Norris, 15 years. Emergency Hospital. Aaron R. Hewett. 46 years. Georgetown Hos pital. Maria L. Brite. 48 years. Lomond. D. C. Elizabeth Connor. 45 years. Galllnger Hospi tal. Lulle McLane. 39 years. Freedmen's Hospital. Samuel C. Liverpool. 39 years. 144 M street southeast. Raymond Anderson. S months. 217 G street northwest. Winston Taylor. 2 years, Freedmen's Hos pital. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS. ef every description-moderate prices. GUDE. 1214 F STREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & XJVERT. 332 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 1385. WASHINGTON. D. C FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 733 6th st. nw.. 9 rooms and bath. S27. m 1230 D st. ne.. 6 rooms and bath 21.50 713 12th st. ne.. 6 rooms and bath 20.50 636 10th st. ne.. 8 rooms and bath 18.50 2018 2nd st. nw.. S rooms and bath...... 13.50 7SS Kenyon st. nw.. 6r and bath 16.50 COLORED. 2121 Newport pi. nw.. 6 rooms and bath.J23.S0 2325 E st. nw.. 6 rooms and bath 20.50 1130 D st. se.. 6 rooms and bath 16.50 74 P st. nw.. 6 rooms and bath 20 50 76 P st. nw., 6 rooms and bath .'. 20.58 2327 E st nw.. 6 rooms and bath 20.50 605 24th st nw.. 6 rooms and bath 20 50 503 22nd st. nw.. 6 rooms and bath 20 50 FRANK T. RA WLINGS CO, Inc., 1425 New York ave. N. W. 1823 Orecon ave.. llr.. hot-water heat $45.00 1503 Rohedale st. ne.. 6r.. range.. Iat... 16.10 1617 Rosedale st. ne.. 6r latrobe 12.00 1641 Rosedale st. ne.. 6r.. cellar, etc 17.00 BURTON MACAFEE. 533 15th St. N. W. 643 Rth STREET N. E. Four rooms brick house, gas, water, large yard; cheap rent. FOR RENT 2333 Ontario road nw.; 6 rooms and bath; furnace heat: white or colored $23.50 H. F. MANDLER CO.. Kenols bldn. 1 FOR RENT Ten-room brick, cood locality northwest; $23. OWNER. BOX 384. limes ofnee. 1 FOR RENT 2 Eye st. N. E.. fourteen Ot) rooms and bath: nicely adapted for room ing and boarding house: rent reduced to $33 50. Key at DRUG STORE. North Capi tol and Eve sts. 921 K st. nw., 6 rooms $15.50 925 K st. n S rooms $2060 1143 10th st. nw., 7 rooms, bath 25.S0 S. W. COCKRELL. 802 F st, N W. 1 FOR RENT GARAGES BETWEEN 1st AND 2nd. V AND W STS. N. AV. Private fireproof parages; electric lights and water freo. Rent. $0.50 per mo. Applv to FRANCIS A. BLUNDON. 707 O st. N. W. Call for Weekly Rent Bulletin FOR SALE HOUSES' FOR SALE Cheap, on easy terms. 1S23 Ore gon ave., 11 rooms, hot-water heat: very desirable: first class condition. BURTON MACAFEE. Attorney. 533 loth st. N. W. RARE BARGAIN Fine 10-room brick houso; bet location northwest, $4,000. OWNER. ROX ISo. Tunes office. 1 FOR SALE Five-room frame, on 13th st. N. E, between Fla. ave and I st.; rsnted at present: sacrifice for quick sale, inquiro 612 5th st. N E. 1 FOR SALE Modern 6 and S-room homes, on exception ally easy terms. PRICES. $2,330 AND lt0. $21.50 and $19 50 per month. Includes all In terest and payments on principal Comer 16th and C sts. S. E. Open and lighted dallv until 9 P. m. Representative on Premises. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN " SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at Ci on District Real Es tate Any amount from 4210 to Jo.ltO. on first or second trust. In straight note or monthly pivmcntB. Tal.es only three days to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO . x. 71S Uth st. N W. MONEY TO LOAN-On 1) C. real estate. I havo $13.0l"0 to loan on approved D C. real estate first trusts: tV4 Per cent und 6 itr ent interest. P J. "WALSHE. ua xeu York ave N W MONEY IO LUAN-r-50 to $J0O OtO on D. C. i'al estate Several trust funds 4'n to 3 ntr cent AH transactions conducted with iinnuiiuciil consideration fr borrowers. .M H SAUNDERS A. CO. Snnthein Bulldlnu S07 15th st N. W. MONEY TO I AAN on real estate: lowest rates, prior pavmeut privileges: iargs amounts TYLER & RUTHERFORD 728 Uth. M Special! Notices m-h .j .i .m-wm-1 IH-H' CADILLAC LADAULETTE ! T For rent, by month or season. Prl- y JT vate family preferred. Flve-passen- v I Jter. Electrically equipped. - 3! ,- WL J- McDONBLL. A f tiiormerlv chauffeur to the late- Mrs. JL T. . J- W. PInchoO. Ph. M. 8620. JL Best Grades or COAL at Low Prlee. R. J. & M. C. GRACE, hodTN. E. Pb. Line 212. PAINTS VARNISH YOUR FLOORS 7ht? fnSe l00" Varnish. Comes ready hi...? -r!?h.,drte" sickly and hard, has W. F. ANDREWS, 1804 14th STREET N. W lK XORTH 420. UNITED SHOE REPAIRING CO., 642 G St. New Management Finest electrically equipped machine shop la .. , . Washington. Men's Whole Soles and Hpels. $15 Wnrt -, ?'i"hlo Guaranteed. T..CUf'' For and Delivered Same Dir iwest Prices. Give H a. Trfrr' Courteous Service. Prompt Deliveries. C 0 A L THOMAS R. CLARK, 3rd & K N. W. Pir. r. fcx The U. S. UPHOLSTERING CO SS-tSisso five-p,eco D"ar,or ult Cn F st. N. Wj Ph. M. 7032 & M. 510. THE COECORAN GALLERY OF ART Z!!L i?8 1 tte PublIc fron Mond-y Eim& 2vtabeT unt Tuesday morn hPSiS" &1314' for th lnatalUti vnnfTFiI?JF.XHIBITIO?' OF CONTEM PORARY AMERICAN OIL PAINTINGS. F. B. McGUIRE, Director. S?t AIJ. XKDS MADE, altered, ar.i P SrtTjJ?.6-?08' satisfactory manner. HORGAN. 733 13TH ST. N. W. I THE PARTNERSHIP FORMERLX' EXIST. lag between A. W. Machen and II. V. Baines. known as Machen Audit Company, was dissolved October 3. 1914. by tho with drawal of H. P. Baines. The business will be conducted by A. W. Machen. under tb same name as before. H. P. BAINES. . A. W.-MACHBN. HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES 2W 'MwB!?!?. : 75c :: " Called for and dellvered'the'same day THE EAGLE BEDDING COM 1309 7th st. Ph. iff siuj .PRL-StJITE3 nphtvutersd la H?' up: vtrflvery: satlsfactloa: th Pieces are "built" by crurma of na- T w.!wm: d? -" ?S, GEO. H. BOYDSna,nir- . Metalllciad Roof PTn, AS'S .Z"g"j'i Ki.'l:tl0.WiioUco " Public. Th be i?9r5jSr ?taa5 .vergreea shrub! JJSJEl. . S-6 ng done for reasonable SHADES! Potal ?REINKERT far Su.' i. ti. prior worVmaaahin and aual Ity. Will call with nmr.i. rw .r -7rl SOc: best quality 50c 12C H st. N. K I4JaI THE RATIONALE OF- DIVORCE-PrnDi Attorney. Vi La, ave.. Washington. D. C. FLOWERS For All Occasions SHAFFER, New Location, 900 Nth StreeL PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS: BUSINESS SYSTEMATIZING A SPECIAL! TY. THE MACHEN AUDITING CoTIm! 43a Sbuthcxn Bldg. Ph. M. 8592. 1 KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. "Everything- for ths Kttch" Estab. 1352. Ph. M. Ill DuparqueL Hout & Monetua Co. Ranges, Refrigerators, CooOag Utensil. H. A. Trefethen. Mgr 1220 H 3L CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARR fully cleaned: rues woven from old carpets; mattresses renovated. Estimates furnish d. ALBERT KAHT.KRT & CO. 353 B st. i. M. 2036. MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS , t - Renovated. Bemad. R-Covered. CAPITOL BEDDING CO 1241 7th st. Ph N. 521. LEGAL NOTICES TURNAGE. AHALT & QUINN. Attorney. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding- an Equitv Court. James F. Hlgelns. plaintitf. vs. Eliza beth Hlgglns, otherwise known as Mary Nor ton, defendant. In equity. No. 3299. Th object of this suit is to secure a divorce J. vinculo matrimonii on the ground of dultery of the defendant. Elizabeth Higslns. other wise known as Mary Norton. On motion by the plaintiff, it is. this 19th day of November. A. D. 1914. ordered mat tne detenaant. Eliza beth Hlgglns. otherwise known as Mary Nor ton, cause her appearance to b entered herein on or befora the fortieth day. esclu slv of Sundays and legal holidays, oocurrinc after the day of the first publication of this order: otherwise tho cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of thN order be published once aweefc for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Times newspaptr before said day. By the Court, WALiER I. McCOY. Justice. A true copy Test tSeal). J. R. YOUNG. Clerk. By F E CUNNINGHAM. Assistant Claris. PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Novem ber 20. 1914. Sealed proposals will be re ceived at this office until 2 o'clock P. M.. Wednesday. December 16. 1914. for construct ln Repair Shops for the Water Department to be located on the south side of Bryant Street, west of 2nd Street. N. W.. Washing ton. D. C. Blank forms of proposals, speci fications, and all necessary Information roa -be obtained from tho Chief Clerk of the Engineer Department. Room 427. District. Building. Plans Issued to general contrac tors upon deposit of certified check for ten dollars. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. FRED ERICK L. SIDDONS. CHARLES W. 1CUTZ. Commissioners. D C U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE 303 SoutherS- Building. Wash.. D. C. Nov. IS. 191J Sealed proposals for renting a part of tho reclaimed area of Anacostla. Flats, for cultt votlon, will be received here until 12 M , December 7, 1914, and then publicly opened Information on application. H. C. NEW COMER. Lt. Col . Engrs SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. INVESTMENT THAT PAYS FOR liSULS" and jou retelve increased value. Now -room and bath detached Lottage. 'hcv v Chase. D. C. Lot 10.0CO square feet. Runted now at 530.00 to reliable party. Terms $3tr) cash and $60 CO monthly. FULTON R. GORDON. Owner. Colorado Bids., phone Main 5iU. COLORED PEOPLE See the extra large lets we are selling one sq from the Balto. tro' lev for $30; $i.50 monthly without Interest, high and healthy: store: school and church. Call, write or phone for details. MILLER CO. 12th & Pa ao. Opn Ralelsh HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on $100 cash and $13 month, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on WM II RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. Tel M 3231 1 For Rent. TWO nearby country homes: modern im provements; large grounds. outbulMlu'J. Ac. Inqulrn of owner. 310 12th st. nw.: phona Main 134 or Columbia 495S: 1 INVESTMENT PROPERTY INVESTMENTS. () PER CENT AND OVER. Rent. $430.00 per annum; price. KS-'O.OO Rent. $356 00 per annum, price. $3.nC0.C Rent. W44.C0 per annum; price. $2,330.0!) All steady renters. TEPPER & GUSACK. 325? 04 E St. N W. I ..- - u- J ..