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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1914. 13 THE BEST Photoplay-Department in WASHINGTON South American Film To Be Feature of Program in Future. It is not unlikely that for several years to come the destruction of tho old landmarks of Europe in the war will bring prominently before tho people of this country a hither to unknown continent South Amer ica, and that the cities and scenery of that continent will form an Im portant part of motion picture pfo Krams. it has also been overlooked as tho setting; for picture plays, but there Is every reason to believe that before very long there will be a number of South American plays pro duced. The reason for this Is that the film manufacturers are begin ning: to realize what a big oppor tunity is offered them to do business with their films in South America by the shutting down of the Euro pean film concerns: Several of the largest companies already have men on the May to the big cities on the Southern continent for tho pur pose of building up business and es tablishing agencies. Arrangements are also being mdao to produce plays with, South Ameri can settings. European manufac turers did not do this and it is one of the ways in which the American film makers hope to influence the trade. In this connection a set of films has recently been received in this country that should be of great interest to all motion picture enthu siasts. These depict scenes on a trip through the country that was com pleted but a short time ago by Capt. J. Campbell Besley, an Englishman, "who made a journey similar to that of Colonel Roosevelt, but has in cluded in his picture not only scenic views, but a number of films of city and country life which will be in teresting. In discussing his trip Captain Besley said: "About our trip? Why, from Buenos Aires we went up the Parana river to the Iqu Zu Falls. Then through Paraguay and Uruguay we returned to Buenos Aires and took tho train to Mendoza, and then with a special snowplow to Punta del Inca where we remained two or three days. Then with ten Indians wo started out through the snow on a trip of adventure. "We were anxious to learn conditions as they were In regions the railroad could not penetrate. Wo were then at 11, 000 feet elevation. You know the now line in the southern part of Chile in July is about 5,000 feet, whereas in Ecuador, up by the equa tor, it Is thirteen or fourteen thou sand feet. Every one tried to dis courage us, on account of the land slides. "We went on down the side until w struck Juncal. Here we had a novel slide for 1,500 feet, sitting on a stick a la Mother Goose. We got a lift on a handcar that had been sent tip to us. You understand the rail road can be used here only six months in the year. We did encoun ter one landslide on our cross-mountain Journey, resulting in the death of one of our dogs. From Los Andes we went to Valparaiso and Santiago, Chile Then we went to Lake Tit Icaca. We took a .trip to the Island of the Moon, one of the most histori cal spots In South America. This Is a wonderful country, this Titicaca. somewhere about 12.000 feet eleva tion. Tho magnificent body of water, containing thousands of square miles, is studded with islands. "We have got some good stuff, and we think some thrilling hits. too. as well as a mass of most informing and educational matters. We have got pictures of wi"d beasts and snakes, but try your best you can't get your narrowest escapes on the film. If you knew when danger lurked, if your sun v. a.s shining and no trees intervened, and all the thou sand and one essentials were in har mony it might be easier to put over the real big stuff. But come over anyway and see what we have to show ou. I believe it is the best that lias as yet been accomplished in the exnloring and adventure line yes, and educational, too." TODAY'S BEST FILMS. Selected by GARDNER MAC- !hc "Wolf.'' from the piny by Hncrnr W nltt'r (Luliln), the Snioy, Fourteenth, nenr Irving street. "The Old Flute IMajer" (Vlta g;rn,yh, (hr .Nfir Truxtnn, North Capitol utreet nod Florida nvenuc. Frnriilw X. Ilunhmnu, In "The Prl vnfe Officer (Ksxnnay), the Or pbeuni. Third and C ntreets north cant. rflnir Mnekley, In "The AVIdovr'n Children' (Itcllniiec). the Umpire, 015 II nticet northennt. J. Wurren Kerrlcan. In "DIhIIIu- toneil" Victor). 'the Lafajette. n. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth mtrrrt. Man l"n II er. In "The I'hnntom f raeKfcmnn (Victor), the Dixie, Eighth mid II street northeast. Wallace Ueerj. In "Mrcedle Learns to STtliti" (i:Mnnny). the Itclmont, Fourteenth, nrnr V ntrect. , Dunlin Farmim. In "The Vlrsrln Inn" (Lnk), the Lrlc, Four teenth, nrnr Irvine ntreet. Mnrtnierlte Cliirfju In "Wild Flow er" (Pnniou IMnjern), the .Strand, JVInth nnd If street. Antlmn A o el 1 1, In "Julius Cne ar' Klelne-Plnes). the Garden, 423 Ninth Mtreet. flcntriz Mlchclena, In "Salomy Jnile," front the wtory by lire't Hurt", Crandall's, Mnth and E street. Henrietta Criimnn, n Tbe tn Tteli'otne Mr. Ilntch" (Famous IMhjerN), the Obninlc, 1431 ! street. Hiil Mnrhnll and Itene Farrlnc tnn. In "The Rnlnnce of Power" (I'rlncest). the Niagara, 710 .Sev enth Mrect. I (Not" These selections are based j on the jxTsonallty of the players and the prodtic ng company nnd not per I sonal insiectron, except in special 1 cases G. M.) 'Night Watchwoman, Now Rival of Policewoman NEW YORK. Nov. 27 Having pro duced a public school fircwoman. New VnrU tmkv Jiroiipht nut Us onlv "night watch woman." She Is Mrs. Eethel Ryan of Brooklyn, and so attractive mat Megistrate House couldn't help gasping slightly when she appeared against (i iro Barrls and said he ran away from her. Mrs. Ryan is night watchwoman for the Washington Street produce Dealers. che doesn't carry a revolver not even flight stick. PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPLAYERS By GARDNER MACK. MBS, V" MHHMHHaBHHaHagg BBB y .H f BBB&BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVSBBBBB SSSSSSSBMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSKiSrSSFSv ?SSSSSSSSSSSI!lPMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSVt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMSBBBBBVbtBnBVNsT sVVMMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBvSVlHSSV " BVSBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrTT S TKg&R? Nlliiif .' FVBmBBrVBBBBBHBBBBBslH BhhVhVhhhW' .MRBidQSmtarA "" Vr&UBMaLf BW. jSBBBBBBBBBBBBSSl BHBhPH'.JWI' W T WM." 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Even our cheapest tenements are fitted with the humble porcelain tub (although they do say some of tho emigrants use it for coal storage!) ana the direc tor of very ex tensive sani taria and ex pensive country clubs, remarked at a meeting the other day the great change in the demand for more bathtubs. Ten years ago it was excep tional for even the best fitted rooms to have a private bath. Now the request is almost universal for a bath room with every suite. In ancient Rome and Greece a man's financial status was esti mated by the number of baths Ms house contained. There was. Indeed, a "bathtub class" of a few Yery wealthy people. Today we have ex tended the "bathtub class" and given it universal suffrage. If we have the means, the most efficient shape of bathtub is the square model in which the bae directly loins the fl6or, so that there is no space between tub and floor for the accumulation of dust, a space which is also most difficult to clean. Modern skill in the produc tion of porcelain tr vitrified sur faces has progressed wondrously. New York Styles for Little Folks. By MARGARET MASON. XEW YORK. Nov. 27. With their ' skirts up to their shoetops and the'r frocks hanging loose and -naistless from their shoulders like a six-year-old, all the bijr pirls seem to be stealing their fashion ideas from the little girls these days. Naturally, then. It is up to the little irls to be very well dressed, in- 1 deed, since the- become miniature ! models a la mode for the grown-ups. ' At the recent fashion fete models for an American-made maid of tender jesirs were as important a feature of the 'exhibit as were any of those for the I older members of the' American beauty family. I One lovely little model of softest old rose velvet was cut in one pW-e and hung straight from the little, low, round neck to the knees. Hand i-mbroidi-f y in different shades of rose silk bordered the neck and sleeves, which were elbow length, and also was carried out down the front of the dress in a panel effect. Tho other little dress of knife-pleated white chiffon hung from the round baby tr in ,. innrr blouse effect to the h ps, where it was girded in by a Sriand of tinv Pink ribbon rosebuds These finished the short sleeves and the neck "Embroidered net over fiesh-coloi ed silk makes a party frock to bring de light to the heart of any little woman. Let three tiny ruffles, of the net outline the short waist, the elbows, and the sleeves, and live on the short, full skirt, and her cup will brim over with joy even as her frock Huffs ocr with rouaint long-wastcd kindergarten and nlav frocks of tan or blue linen em broidered in bright reds, greens, and blues on the little turnover collar, tum 1 ack cuffs, and low. wide belt which holds in the box pleats of the frock, aie very charming. Little white dresses hnnL'inr full from yokes smocked in pink or blue are also artistic and pie-1 LUi C3U. Woman Sues Astor for $25,000 for Her Child LONDON. Nov. 27. William Waldorf Afitor Is defendant In an action brought bv Mrs. Alice Alexandra Falcke, of Warwickshire, who sought to recover payments In arrears under an alleged agreement entered Into between Mr. Astor and herself for the support of her child, of which Mrs. Falcke claims th- expatriated American millionaire Is the lather. It Is alleged that about five years ago Mr. Astor became acquainted with tho plaintiff, who was a beautiful young woman, thn unmarried. A child was born to M Falcke and Astor, It Is alleged, agreed to pay her $10,000 a year in quarterly payments. Since then tho young woman has married, and payments ceaaed. Hence the suit to recover $25,000 arrears. and today a bathtub of well made baked enamel is not too expensive. Similarly we have the handbowl, either wall or pedestal models, which are as truly beautiful as any of tn. fountain bowls of the ancients. The important detail in all bathroom fittings is the quality of the nickel trimmings. Unless these are of the best quality, they tarnish easily and look unattractive. Nickeled brass is the most satisfactory and durable, although many of the smaller pieces of the bathroom are now being made in white enamel or porcelain. Indeed, it is the accessories of the modern bathroom which make it the comfort it really is. Sponge baskets come with a place for both sponge and soap. Various combina tions of tooth brush, soap box, and glass holder are efficient in having three articles placed together. Glass or opalescent glass shelves are more sanitary than wood for holding var ious toilet preparations. The towel bar must not be omitted, and this present bar is very far removed from its progenitor, the wooden towel rack. It may be of glass; some peoplo use white enamel curtain rods as inexpensive substitutes for the more costly glass bars. Then there is the medicine closet today of white steel Instead of wood, and, if possible, built into the wall instead of hanging out from it In this way there is no case to bump one's head into, and the appearance of the wall is more attractive with the inset case than the old-time style. Hooks for garments or towels, basket for soiled linen, all of the minor equipment should be nickel and thus sanitary and rust-proof. Wh'le the lighting of the bathroom is a subject by itself, nowhere should there be such good direct wall light as here. Then the color ing of the walls, not chilly green or cold blues, but warm buffs or shades that will not be dark but still will give a glow of comfort to the room. Bath mats, long-handled bath brushes, the Invigorating show er, the tiled or impervious floor these combine to the glory of the great American bath. Childhood) is coated this year prefer- ably in velvet or corduroy. IJke the grown - ups ana wnether they took it from the giown-uns or Ice versa i.s a muni tion Hand and putty color velvet or corduroy i.s very popular and pretty es pecially when collared, cuffed and belted in brown fur. The long waisted side belttd models prevail above all others for the faored coats. Ilrown Is another popular shade and black velvet trimmed in tailless ermine is very chic indeed for .Mips Six Year Old. Little imerted bowl shaped hats of veUet with a band of fur to match that on the coat or a curling ostrich feath er .-'round the grown are vastly becom ing to small heyds. One Fifth avenue ship ih show inn adorable little scuttle hh.ipf.l' bonnets of pale blue, pale pink oi white chiffon velvet with Just a nose gay of tinv pink rosebuds and foriret- inc-kiuitH on one side. A Paris creation of the bowl-shaped variety has a brim of chinihilla fur and the round crown is of the palest blue inch-wide moire ribbon overlapping in longitudinal tuck ed effect. A tiny rosette of the ribbon finished the ery top of the crown, where the ribbon ends converge. Little brother isn't to be put down either, any more, with hand-me-downs or suits de luxe evolved from father s ast off trousers. David Copperfield and Oliver Twist effects still continue good for younn hopefuls, only the win ter models are fashioned mostly with niigni-nueu corduroy trousers and white ch n.i silk waists. Some of these have little separate coats of corduroy to match, a quaint little old-fashioned new-fashioned suit has a funny little jacket of bright plaid wool with nold buttons and three-quarter length trous ers of black vehet. For all the world like -when crandpa was a boy." Lone trousered sailor suits in either white flannel or blue .serge are always sJn.arV...To1' coats of Sray or brown chinchilla are shown in belted inodelt. and a cunning flaring box model with raglan sleeves of English mixture is as exact a copy of father's lM4 model top coat as to make a small boy fairly ""uu" " gice as its prouu possessor, Boys Have Convention Of Their Own on Coast McMINNVlLT.E. Oro.. Nov. 27.-To develop boy leaders throughout the State, the Oregon Older Roys' annual contt rente convened here today for a tluee days' FesHlon. Each high school, bojs' department of the V. M. C. A., organ 'zed Sunday school classes with ii majority of ctudents over fifteen jearb of age, and Roy Scouts were en tilled to two delegates each, and about 200 bovs were In attendance. 1'aixrs on religious instruction, ath letics, lioy Scout activities, and many other Mtbjeeth were bpinr' lead b th' yoiithlul delegate j,. Many men prominent in church, ath letics, educational, and buslnesa world were scheduled to address the boys. Couples Are Married By Lottery System BENTON HARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 27. Marriages al the flying roller colony here are. according to a bill of com plaint filed in the circuit court by Augusta E. Holllday. a twenty-year-olr. girl, against Allan Holliday, being negotiated udcr a system that ap- ffjuciicH a lottery Mrs. Hollldav nv. mnrrlntres In the colonv wer nnnt, V: thrBnhftn:,;SSB"ccwnB- ureat bargain. Phono Line. The girls and men wore led into dlf ferent rooms anrl thon InstrnrtAd to write on slips of paper the mates they desired. All did so, only Mrs. Holllday says she did not get the mate she wanted. Two other girls wanted him. In such cases the couples were matched without any special regard to love. After marriage Mrs. Holliday quit the colony and now wants the mar tlage set aside. His Wife Elopes While He Prays in Church BARTL.ESVILLE, Okln,. Nov. 27.-"I have gone away with a man who loves mc more than you do good-by," was contained in a note written to William Green by his wife. Green attended church the first time in many years. He asked his wife to go along, but she said she was feeling 111. Ho found the note on his return home. LOST AND FOUND STiiSCPINTTT!i,r8!ay: S,(1 love-knot set l'OCKETBOOK-Small. containing HO and PJ I.0 Pe. between First st. N. W. and tho Munsey bulldlnff. In H at.' car "or down Fourteenth at. Reward. Return to 814 l'ir8t st. N. W. MALTESEJ POODLE-Small white, female, on Tuesday. Nov. 24: hod on collar un marked, and dog tag No. 7636. Finder plcaso return to Connecticut Apartment. Generous reward. . WEDDING RING Plain gold, with Initials and date: also small guard r!nr. set with SJ.eTJS,?i1 d.,anionds. Reward If returned to SUITE 65. the Dresden. 2236 Conn..avo. N.W. WEDDING RING Plain cold, with initials and date; also small jruard rlnjr set with five small diamonds. Reward If returned to SUITE 53. tho Dresden. 2226 Connecticut avenue X. W. i FUR PIECE Mink, between 11th and H sts. N. E. and 12th and Fla. ae N-. E.: re ward. M. E. EVANS. 1236 Florida ave. N. E. 1 LOST Diamond brooch. In shopplnc district: reward. Phone N. 4581. K Channlnc st. 1 HELP WANTED MALE BOY Colored, for grocery store. Apply 30 is st. r. w. ERRAND BOY durlnu holiday season; white. 1G25 H st. N. W. FIVE COOKS, four dishwashers, countermen; white boys for buses; cake baker for window; also bakers at Washington's newest and greatest lunch room THE AMERICAN, 610 9th N. W. 1 JOB PRESS FEEDER-At once, experience required. DAWSON. 'The Primer.- 407 9th at. N W. PJJiESEE?perlenced- APP'l' at ncc. THE MODE Fjindllthsts. WANTED An enersetlc ambitious active man to establish permanent bu-iinebs. Health and accident insurance. Imme'liHic cash returns and future. Address NATIONAL CASt'ALTY COMPANY. Detroit. Mich ' HELP WANTED FEMALE FUR FINISHER Thoroucnlv exDerlenced. Applv at once. JULIUS..GARFINKLE StA CO.. F st.. cor.' 13th. jl GIRL To cook. wash, and Iron: small fam lly. 145 R. I. ae N. W. a HOUSEWORK White Klrl. German prefer red. 1S06 Wyoming ae. N. W. LADY YounK. in stationery store. COPEN HAVER. 15-'l Conn ave. TWENTY WAITRESSES. Positively must be experienced Washington's newest and greatest Lunchroom THE AMERICAN, 610 9th St. N. W. wases LjC per hour: 8 hours tl 10. Bibt in city. i WAITRESS Experienced 47 Pcnn. WAITRESSES Pull time and lunch hour, experienced. 1008 l'a. a-e. l SITUATIONS WANTED Female. GIRL oung colored, wants a position for general housework: stay nights 920 Kla ap. N W j ' LAUNDRESS First claj-M. washes tnkou nut or lon. at home. CORNEALIA ELLIS. C19 L wt N W FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS r T HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING FLOOK OIL contains oliuin nnd wax; keeps the floors clean unci bright unil glrR them a pollnhol finish; good for furniture Try it. Mc gal delivered 11.1 Pn no. N W. M 54".S On market oer 2.1 vears WnSIINGHOUhi: electrie rharglng board, ten circuit, complete with rheostat, leads plugs, etc . lnrluijed an two No 150 rheostatx for charg ing Kdihon batteries W H MOSEb. i SON. FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, N$65. lieautiful. Splendid Tone. Perfect Cost S.C0 SQUARE 1'IANOS. 6. ORGANS. 5 LAWRENCE'S. 810 V. TUNING. 51 f.O WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHES'l CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing. clthr ladles' or gentlemen's, send pos tal, will call II TARSHES. UU8 7th M. N W Phon- North 4D9 1 WANTED Furniture for catm. Sell vour goodr to the man who gives tlio most money See HOP WOOD. Sth and K. I CAMERA -Film not larger than postcard, good lens. BOX 40). Times ofllce BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WURKINGMEN And In overv tse that we sell a slightly utsed overcoat. $3 to $10. de look for a recommended eustomer. aa no tuch value can be found. Our trade say ho. and thev surely know, as we expect them to buy 1,'JOO that wo have. Ono price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D 1 Piano Tuning, $1 in Nov. Expert Work Guaranteed. Drop postal. L. L RISEN. 644 So. Car avo. 8. E. Lon. 1693. 1 Birds, Dogs, Pets, Itc JUST RECEIVED flno lot singing canaries. parrots and docs of several kinds. SCHMID'R niRD STORE. 712 12th st. N W. Window Cleaniaf. HOUSEKEEPERS This week. ordinary windows expertly cleaned. 6c cacti. Floors waxed, polished, stained, varnished. House cleaning. ELLIOTT. 1400 You st. N. W. Postal. Phone N 39&3 ACME- Ph. M. 7153. 0:i O STREET Window Sljadea. WE ALSO "SHADE" THE PRICE. Opmitie shades fitted. 3c: oil onaque or do mestic hollund hIiiuIcs. S0c: duple... larnbrlc shades. 75c 'KLEEHLATT'S. llth .. II N E. THE SHADESHOP 1 Uth nd U U. N. W. Ph. M. i7U. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. P' JEHSEV .WE X. W.. 1025-FOr Uousekieplnk'. 3 completely fur. warm front rooniw; gas rniiKc AdultH PE.N. AVE. N. W. 1M-Ideal Apt. Co. "' or 3 slnKe rooms, nteam heat. $0.00 l"oOUP' " t"room houBekecplaj; apt. 6tli ST. N. E.. K.'S-nxccfcdlnKlv handsome 3- room apartment, new house: hot water heat. tile natll. statlonnrv tnhs nnnn. r.iic- I u',h5d. n th beat of style, complete for 3005 MT. VERNON PLACE N. W. 8C-Two com munncatlng front and hall rooms for rent: well heated: very reasonable. H S- N w- C7 Two lar&o fur. rooms: southern exposure; $5 per week. 13th ST. X. Yy-.. 720 Nicely" furnished well Kept nan room; steam heated apartment: 3rd floor. AETJINSTER ST- N- W 90S (bet. rfth and 10th. S and T) Several comfortablo rooms on second floor: strictly white nelKhborhood. EYE ST. N. W.. 915 Basement rooms. 1. h. K.: southern exposure: perfectly dry: cen- tral locality. 6U'rStT- N: w- 4M Communicating rooms. 3d floor: 1. h. k.: sink: hot-water host. ! 10.!L,ST'.N-.W" 1323-Warm cozy room in .....- Vl reiineu people: steam heat. S3. ! PAvAVE-.N. W.. 207-CaroIlna House, rooms witn or without board: 6 o'clock breakfast. FA. AVE. N. W.. 1208 Beautiful warm, sunny; hot water always: rated for wlntor. OppRaIelRh. No car fare. l Unfurnished.. DTB'ST. N TV.. 222-Two lare front 'rooms, well heated, next bath, for 1. h. k.: rea Bonaole. j B iST'.N-E- 612 Three rooms and bath and sleeping porch; reasonable 118.00. 1 - S. CAPITOL. ST.. 31S-V large rooms, bath, housekeeping; rent reasonable: near Canl toi: 3 car lines. i ti7: ? W: 92 One or two largo rooms. ugnt housekeeping: tob and heat. ' 12.STN- E- 7-Three nice. rooms. hot water heat, iraa. and bath. Owner E SiT w' 513-3 large rooms on 3d floor, with bath: reasonable Furnished'or Unfurnished. llth ST N. W.. 1021 One large room, fecond floor: hot-water heat. ! ROOMS AND BOARD 8th ST N W.. 1103-NIcely furnished rooms: excellent board: homo cooking; very rea sonable. Phone North 20S7. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IP YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL a busi ness place consult tho office with the larc- .ASf I for i rwl vA. 1. . - ... . i V . "S.r uuers worm wmie are to be found. Through quick, successful, service, and squaro dealing we have gain ed the conflden-o of the public MARSHALL IJUS. BROKERS. S13 N. Y. AV. PICTURE THEATER, about 400 capacity: well equipped: crowded to the aoors; Rood reason for selling. Asking ji.200 TAILORING business, downtown, establish ed twenty years; exclusive and paying rcnt -3 ; $S50 CIGAR STORE on best business street: re ceipts J30 to $10 per day. Asking $1,000 SPECIAL Pool room, cost $2,500 to pquip. central location: owner retiring; will sac rifice to quick buyer at $S00 ROOMING HOrSE. nice home: worth $'50: owner leaving city $i;o Other rooming houses at all prices. MARSHALL BUS. BROKERS. 913 N Y. AV. WASHING 50c doren up. at home. MURRAY. 1154 19th st. N. W. Write E. 1 FOR SALE Grocery property, stock, fix tures, and business. 1S08 ISth st. N. W. ! PERSONAL I-I I"! 1"I"H-H-1"I I M-K-M ! I XI I -j f Dr RPFH specialist j. Ul.lVLLU gal 17 sTKEET JThe Most .Important Advice -j- ..Uw i vn unui io aijy man or f woman who is suffering from any" acute chronic or special disease lav V to take immediate steps to 4 T Get Well, 60C, Bacteria Vaccines,! 4 and all the new serums and antl- 4 toxins administered. Blood teats y made. Laboratory stocked with T f everything tho best In medicines. 4 r Over 2o years pracUce In treating 4 Z o?,tarr IndJsestion, ConstipaUon. f Z Slesi Thr0t. Lung. Bratn. Heart. T T Blood, and Skin Diseases. Rheu- T t matism, all stages of Blood Poison- X J. lng, iServous and General Debility T 4 Srse Low- Medicines Furnished! X J. Office hours: 10 to 1; 3 to (J. Sun-3. 4- days. 10 to li J. .HH..hH.HHcthv MRS. D. R. WHEELER. uecnano-inerapist. 1117 EVE ST. N. W -nono aialn X6S. 1 MISS WELLS?'?'? n1 cal. , . lrcatnient Hours 9 t 6. 923 G st. N. W.. Apart. 2. third floor. CHIROPRACTIC Treatment oi the spino for chronic and nervous diseases, one tieat ment tree had wonderful results; try 1' and get well. DR. L. R. STONE. Savoy." 2S04 Hth st N. W. Apt. IS. " $ MISS JAMRRON. manicurist and chiropody hours 10 a. in. to 6 p. in. 1212 N. Y uve' N W . second lloor. " j ' MRS. ORA FIELD. Magnetic ma&sige. face, and scalp treatment S15 II ST N. W.. 2d FI.OOR CANCER SI HJIX.TS INVESTIGATE THIS DR NICHOLSON. 13u5 II St . specializing in -iiwii .'.Lt;.iiuiia, iituj aeverai cases of fuclal cancers under treatment, all rapldlv healing. MIES CAIN. Manicuring and Scalp treat ment 71B 7th st. N W.. Ant. 1 Evenings bv appointment Phone Main 7425 Dr. Wm. T. Baldus, Specialist. Brain, nervous and stomach diseases- Dr 's service and medicine. S2 . Be cor. iith &P nw. Hours 10 a m to 9 p in Ph M "518 AUTOMOBILES A BIG BARGAIN C-cv Under Stutz KoadMcr; just overhauled and r. painted, condition guaranteed. $1 100 to (julck liuver. TILGHMAN & OWEN, Agents for Stutz Cars, 1529 M St. Expert auto repairing: Ford cars a specialty all work guarantied. W. L PR IER rear 221 Mail ave N W. Plione M "66J4-M' N 5058 Tt'ur"K cars and limousines by hour, dav or week Standard Gmr- age P I. PAYI.OR Prop 2i:i llth nw. For Hire. G. W. JACKSON, North 4993-J. Five and seven-passenger autus for all oc cuhIoiir Reasonable rates 2102 17th st nw 12 TO $2.75 PER HOUR- ana 7 passe igOT touring tars, reasonable, ratei for enuntrv trips Phone North S3U1 Night or dnv. 1 FIVE and sevtn-passcnger touring cars and taxi cabs, reasonable and careful drivers. reasonable rates to reception parties my sua- clalty. Phono 11. 167J. CONTINENTAL I-PASSENGER. $2 50; 7-pafsenger. $3 50 per hour Powhatan Hotel. 18th and Pa. M 8207 (V1UVING, PACKING, STORAGE MOVING Phono M. PADDED VANS I'l'RNIbllED UlU-L'OH. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, iijo ii mrect w w STORAGE. PACKING AND hHIPPfXn KREC MOVING FOR STORAC.R Call N 4315 or N. 1MU for estlmatis separate rooms SMITH'S TRANSFER AND .STORAGE CO . '.j!-' H tt Nlglu ph. N M STORAGE Jl mo : hauled In free- all wo ask. comparo our pricea tu othera; estima'os cheerfully given, central location, dry. clean storage rooms, open for Inspection lit any time H. Umim Ag Son. 912 Pn ave. M 125. GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely fire proof storage moving, packing UNITED STATES .STORAGE CO 41-'0 10th st N Phone Al 4 ' 'J STORE YOril Fl P.Nl'l L'RE. pianiw eTc" at WESCHLER'S. H20 Pa ave. N W Rates reasonable: estimates cheerfully given 00 APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. "THE KENYON," 1372 Kenyon-St. N. W. Four rooms and bath; second floor: lam oorch; steam heat: hot water furnished ear round: rent only $35.00 ALSO 414 R ST. N. W. C rooms and bath. 3rd floor, all outside rooms, hot-water heat $25.00 CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., PHONE MAIN 2242. . 604 Sth ST. N. W. 428-32-13th ST. N. E.; NEAR NORTHEAST cap barns: THOROUGHLY MODERN APART MENTS OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH, In excellent order. $14.50 THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. 1403 NEW YORK AVENUE. APARTMENTS. 1246 20th st nw., 4 rms. and water..J10.75 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bldg. ONE MONTH'S RENT FREE White tenants 1427 E St. N. E. 4 rooms and bath. J12.50 month. McLACHLEN BANKING CORPORATION, 10th & G Sts. N. W. 1 3116 14th ST. N. W. 5 rooms and bath; back porch: hot-water'heat: J22.50. THE MANCHESTER (Colored) 1620 Corcoran St, N. W. 6rooma and bnth. J2350. McLACHLEN BANKING CORPOR ATION. 10th & Q N W.T 1 THE TERRACE. 3241 N St. N. W. Apart ments two and-three rooms, kitchenette and bath, porches. 18and $20, See Janitor. ! 210 13th S. W.. 3r. andbatn.' heated $23.00 2Malne- ave.-, 3 rooms "..: 12.00 iZ IV1 8kl5' w fi rooms '15.60 PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John" Marshall place. Furnished. IROQUOIS. Apt. 601-6 rooms and ' bath: piano, linen, and silverware. Phone Main" 5722. ' X" FOR RENTHOUSES - Unfurnished. 838 R. I. ave. N. W.. 9r. &-2b. hot- ' water heathur $35.50 1030 8th ot. N. W.. 8r. & b 32.50 4o8 P ot N. W.. ftr. & b 25.50 2833 12th at. N. E.. 7r. & b 22.50 1608 6th rat. N. W.. 6r. & b 22.60 23 8th st. N. E.. Br. & b... .. 19.50 .. 1S.60 .. 17.50 .. 15.50 528 Tenn. avo. N. E.. 6r. & b.... 1603 C st. S. B. 6r. & b 714 R. I. ave. N. W.. 6r. & w.... FOR COLORED. 512 T st. N W.. 6r. & b 1800 4th st. N. W.. 6r. & b 645 Acker st. N. E.. 7r. & b 417 P st. N. W.. 6r & w 81S O st. N. W.. 5r. & w 308 15th st. St E.. 6r. & b 1108 D st. Sv R. 5r. & w 1247 25th st. N. W.. 6r. & w 15 F st. N. W.. 4r. & w 123? Linden st. N. E.. 6r & w 2J51 Sth st. N. W.. 6r. & w 28.50 2C.50 20.50 18.50 18.50 15.00 15.00 12.50 12.60 12.60 10.60 204 N st. S. W.. 3r. & w .... 6.50 CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., Phone M. 2242. 604 5th st. N. W. 4215 and 4217 8th street N. W.. th cheapest 8-room houses In the city. All sth street cars pass them; all modern Improvements. Rcnt only J22.50. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 Southern Building. 3101 14th ST. N. W. 10 rooms and hath; steam heat; cellar; hot and cold water; coal and gas ranges, and toilet In yard; 60. LOUIS' P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bids. FOR RENT 6710 Georgia ave., 6 rms. and b...Reduced lolfif L) Bt, nw.,. XO.OO 34 P st. nw., 7r. b 35.50 3bl ilcLean ave. sw., 5 rms., w.... 13.50 COLORED. 330 Mo. ave. nw.. 15r. 2b $35.00 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bldg. D ST. N. E.. 814 Six r. and b.; good con dition: nice neighborhood: convenient to all cars: easily heated; walking distance of new city P. O. $22.60. OWNER. S31 B st. N. W. TO DESIRABLE COLORED TENANT 1417 Hopkins at. N. W.: desirable location, between 21st. 22d. O and P sts.: G rooms;" large yard: good order. REDUCED TO $18.50. THE F. H SMITH COMPANY. 1408 NEW YORK AVENUE. FOR RENT 160 II st. N. W.. comfortable 6-room bay-window brick: very central: modorn improvements; reasonable rent: key at 807 5th st. N. W.. cigar store. Owner. 1 FLORIDA AVE.. N. W.. 968 - Four-room house: gas. water: only $12.75; whits ten ant. Key 915 W. ! 144 llth ST. S. E.. near Lincoln Park 10 room and bath brick: cellar, large yard to allev: 7 bedrooms: heats well: good condl tlon. $28 60. Key 1017 Cast Capitol st. 1 921 K st. nw.. 6 rooms 515.60 K5 K st. nw.. 8 rooms $20 60 1143 10th st. nw.. 7 rooms, bath 25 SO S. W. COCKRELL. 802 F st N W t FOR RENT OFFICES WARDER BUILDING, & & f Large and small offices; some suitable for sample rooms or light manufacturing. Rea sonable rents. Apply to Superintendent. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOUSES 8 rooms. J2.6C0; 4 rooms. $500: Ta koma Park. Md.: lot $150. BOX 397. Times i COLORED PEOPLE See the extra, large lots we are selling one sq from the Balto. trol ley for $S0; $2.50 monthly without Interest: high and healthy: stoie; school and church. Call, write or phon tor details. MILLER CO.. 12th Pa ave. Opp Raleigh HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on $100 cash and $15 month, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on WM. H RITr-HIE. 317 Colorado bldg Tel. M. 523L i Furnished. FOR SALE S-room fur cottage at North Chesapeake Heach. BOX 393 Times office 1 CLAIRVOYANTS MA1E. CARLETTA. CLAIRVOYANT. PALMIST. CARD'READER Without knowing who ou aro TELLS NAME. OBJECT OF CALL. NAMES OP FRIENDS. ENEMIES. Gives better advice, more batlsfactlon. more encouragement, more success, than any jou have ever consulted hours 705 Sth St. N. W. 9 MADAM FIELD vou conwlt her you consult tho best. Reunites tho yeparated. 1226 7th st. N W '.1ARCIA Astrologer. Palmist. Clairvoyant. m to B p. m. Evenings by appointment. Stewart Kldg . 6th A D sts nw. Ph M 2931. MME OLGA "LADINGS 25c. Reunites mmc KJL.jr the separated brings hap piness and luck: near Providence Hospital. 176 N Cnrollna nve. S E. MADAM CATHERINE Washington's Favor ite Palmist and Card Reader: reliable ad vice on all affairs Sqs Sth st N W SPIRITUALISM MVDAMIJ CORNISH Noted spiritual med ium: reads your Ilfo correctly, gives names, facts: readings daily. C37 3rd St. N. D.. cor. F. near Union Station; ladles onlv. Mrs. THELMA RICHARDS (RETURNED) Ordained spiritual medium: readings daily. Circles Wednesday. S p ni 437 H St. N W AIRS O ROTH "FADING DAILY. lUttO. J. JX.l, seance Tues. and Tliur.s eve.: Anacostla car. "CO 6th st. S. E. MRS. WHITE. 715 CL'nd ST. N. W. Seanco Suinlii. Wednesday nnil Friday evenings; private readings dally Phone West 930 .1 MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally: seances Tues & Thurs. ccn lngs Ph Line 3Q1S ,M5 N J ave S. K MRS. J. E. MALTBY. Kenols Bldg.. llth and G N. W . Room 403 Meetings Wed. and Fri.. 7:30 p m.. a message to each Dally readings 9 a m to 5:30 j in Ph M S6. HORSES AND VEHICLES IWiKhEM-lvvo small. lur sale. HOME ICE CO FOR HIRE Horses, carriages, wagons. Cay, t&VBRX CO.. INC rex 337 Pa. ,v. M, 11M. ' weeK or monm; special prices. UKN, DEATHS CONNOR On Thursday. November 26. 1314. after lingering Illness. DANIEL J., beloved son of Patrick and the late Bridget Con nor, nee Sullivan, aged twenty year. Funeral from Nalley's undertaking par lors. 1231 Eleventh street southeast, on Monday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, then to Teresa's Church, where reauiem mass will be said Interment In Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends and relatives Invited. SIEBERT On Thursday. November 26. ID14. at his residence. 1325 Eighteenth street.' COL. LOUI8 P. SIEBERT. In. the elghty- uuru year oi nis afce. Funeral services at his residence. Satur day, at 10:30 a. m. Interment at Arling ton; j IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for this column aro accented at 60 cenu flat, either prose or poetry, in cam no tice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents for each line In excess of ten.) Vital Records. Birtis. Carl Clyde and Marguerite A. Atkins, boy. Adolf and Catherine A. Bode. girl. j-co ana .Annie uarner. Doy. Erskine Ralph and Mary Miller, girl. George W.'and Elslo Sellers, girl. Harry A. and Annie M. Sullivan, girl. Marriage Licenses. Geoffrey Keyes. of Texas City. Texas, and Leila Harrison, of Washington. John J. Richard and Ada M. Gleaaon. of Cumberland. Md. Walter L. Alexander, of Charlotte. N. C. and Ernestine H. Bridges, of Wumlngtv N. C. Fritz W. Mlntzell and Mabel Coruson. of jfr-airrax. Va. Berry C. Brown and Elizabeth Carroll, of Washington. Deaths. Anna Loulso Young. S4 years. 3435 Thirty fourth place. Cleveland Park. Thomas W. Baldwin. 76 years. Government Hospital for Insane. Henry P. Dwyer. 76 years. 2115 H rtreet northwest. Maria Gibson. 75 years. Third and H atreata Dortheast. Joseph Mason. 76 years. Hospital United States Soldiers' Home. Mrs. Milton T. Moore. 21 years. Georgetown Hospital. Katherlne Toler. 24 years. 3110 Sherman avenue northwest. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS. f every description moderate prices. CUDH. 1214 F 8TREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & LIVERY. 332 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13S5. WASHINGTON. D. a FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE- Modern 6 and C-room homes, on exception ally Misy terms. PRICES. S2.350 AND tt.96 (21.60 and $19.60 per month. Includes an In terest and payments on principal. Corner 16th and C sts. 8. B. Own and lighted dally until 8 d. m. Ma RapresenuUv oa Premises. FOR RENTSTORES 212 3 st. nw., 25x100; concrete floor. i uvvuuiinj rooms aoovo S38LsO LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Rid. lsS,u.si: nw i 15.50 520 1st st. se., and dwelling Reduced w., . . .jamjjmiv&n. ajj aouuern ol dg. FOR RENT GARAGES 210 E ST. N. W. 3 squares from new post office, fine brick building for garage- $10 per month : responsible party only. " i MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at 6 on District Real Es. tale. Any amount from $200 to $5,000. on first or second trust. In straight note or monthly payments. Takes only three days to maks PAUL V. MITCHELL &' CO.. 718 Hth st, N. W. MONEY TO LOAN-On D C. real etta I have $13,000 to loan on approved D o ri estate: first trusts; 5H per cent and er cent interest. P J. WALSHE. 1336 NaW York ave. N. W. Iiow MONEY TO LOAN-$S50 to $500,000 on D a real estate Several trust funds iL to S per cent. All transactions conducted wtth economical consideration for borrowed WM. H SAUNDERS & CO Southem Building. 807 15th st. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN on reat estate: luwest rates: prior payment privileges- 1ai-. amounts. TYLER &UTHERFORD. 73S Si huoi.li; foul ices -ONRAD 1:?:M- JAMES faMITH. Attornejs. FRANCIS DwKnTA. .HOLDLNG A a minor street through Square "669 la tension of Glrard street. irTthe District of Lolunibia. District Court No. Jia jfotte. Is hereby given that the ComraisTionirs of the District of Columbia, pursuant to the provisions of section 160S to section 160S 1 nclusive. of the Code pf Law for the Lis trict of Columbia, have" filed apetltfon in this court praving the condemnation of the land netessary for the cpenlns of a minor street through square 2669. in extension of Glrard street, in the District of Columbia, aa shown on a Dlat nr mn i.j i.i. JiT. said petition as part thereof, and praying also that a Jury of five- judicious, disinter ested men. not related to any person inter ested in these proceedings and not In the service or employment of the District of Co lumbia or of the United States, be summoned bv the United States marshal for the District of Columbia to assess the damages each owner of land to be taken may sustain by reason of tho opening of said minor street, and the condemnation of the land necessary for the purposes thereof, and to assess as benefits resulting therefrom the entire amount of said damages. Including the ex penses of theso proceedings, upon each lot or part of lot or parcel of land in the square or block in which said minor street Is to be opened, nnd upon each lot. part of lot or parcel of ground in the squares or blocks confronting the square In which said minor street is to be opened, as pro vided for in and by the aforesaid code of law. It Is. by the court, this 24th dav of November. A. v. 1314. ORDERED. That all persons having anv interest in these pro ceedings be. and thev are hereby, warned and commanded to appear In this court on or before tho llth dav of December. A. D. 19H. at Ten o'clock A. M.. and continue In attendance until the court shall have made Its final order ratlfing and confirming the award of damages nnd tho assessment of benefits of the Jury to be '.npaneled and sworn herein: and it Is further ordered that a copy of this notice and order be published twico a week for two successive weeks In the Washington Evening Star, tho Washing ton Post, and The Washington Times, news papers published in the said District, oefore the said ilth dav of December. A D 19H. It Is further ordered that a copy- of this notice and order be served bv the United States marshal, or his deputies, upon each of the owners of tho fee of the land to be con demned herein as mtv- be found bv the ald marshal, or his deputies, within the District of Columbia before the Slid llth ihv of December A D 19U Rv the court THO" II ANHFRS'ON. Tustlce A true com- Test J. R YOUNG Clerk, by r E CUNNING HAM. Asst Clerk. i PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash lngton. November 24. 1514. Sealed proposals will be received at this office. Room 509. Dis trict Building, until two o'clock u m December T 1911. for reproducing bv plan ograplung or similar process Reinirt of Valu ation. Public Utilities Commission. D C Specifications nnd form of proposal mav be obtained from the Purchasing Officer. D C Room 320. District Uulldlng. OLIVER I" NEWMAN. FREDERICK L. SIDDONS. CHARLES W. XUTZ. Commbwiontrs. D. a special Notices Best Grades of COAL at Low Price. R. Jk& Al. C. GRACE, 4th and T N. E. Ph. ZJnc 233 PAINTS THE PERFECT FLOOR FINISH. I EJaatica Floor Finish. It la absolutely waterproof, does not scratch white or be come brittle. It stands the wear. "IF IT'S GOOD PAINT. WE HAVE IT." W. -F. ANDREWS, ISM 14th Street N. W. PHONE NORTH 420. Com-teouj Service. Promut Dellverlts. C-O-A L THOMAS R. CLARK, 3rd & K N. W. PH. M. 6C3i HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES TIJE EAGLE BEDDING CO.. J"""" " Pa. N K9 1!5e.PIlt'0I$ SUITE3 ttpholstered ,3 n? w.?kM: sr?"2 VPHOU w SIMON TIPPERMAN Certified Public Accountant fmml &$ and Balancing otn at. J. w. Correspondence Invited. GEO. H. B O Y DI,nnta. Hin. MetalUcclad Rqq, Pafa Ceeral Repairter. rr a tt-tto.- . : ttoe U&tiESP to pubUc- aejSSSSliglffS THE RATIONALE OF DIVORrp T.m.vi " free on application: J. a DBTOTOov Attorney. 4St La..affe,t WatagTC? FLOWERS - - For All Occasions SHAFFER, - New Location, 900 1 4th Street. ' KITCHEN EOUIPMENT. "Vout & Monetae Ca Bangea, Refrigerators, Cooklnji Otensil. H. A. Trefethen. Mgr, 1320 H St 2g aj?s?8Sfis8i s: MATTRiSasEa AND BOX SPKINOB i I I . Renovated. Remade. Re-CovredV '?i Ur CAPITOL BEDDING COl. 12U 7th st. Pto. N. it AUCTION SALES ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auctioneer. BJ.,.VmTn? of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber Vo 5u ir Sstrfe', A?f Sl KeS&aoSS; XIstrict dr Columoia. ana at the request of otnc, of Adam- A." WescSeK U Pennayl ?i!?4.AX" .Washington. D. c!. i Jt .; il" ,the Allowing described land and premises situated tn the City of Wash ington. District of CoIumbU: Lou numbered twenty-seven (27) and twenty-elgnt iffl) id '30e??t3Vd """MWfi hundred ana three (37J). in the subdivision known as ?L .lYSblA lnB?ok Paee u- Teraw-une-talrd cash, balance in equal installmentji at one and two years, with interest at 6 per centum per annum, payable seml-annually from the day of sale, and secured ov deed of trust on tho property sold, or all cash, at the purchaser's opUon. A deposit of $'W.W will be required at the time of sale. All con veyancing and recording will be at the pur chaser s cost. Terms to be complied with within ten day3. otherwise the trustee re serves the right to resell at the risk and cost 2.vA?Jlefau,tlnc Purchaser. CONTINENTAL S5HSLFIPA-VY- Trustee. By FRANK S. BRIGHT. Trust Officer. ADAM A. WESCHLER, Auctioneer. BY VIRTU3 of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. S541. at folio 289. et seq.. of the Land Records of the District of Columbia, and at the request o. the parties secured thereby, the undersigned Trustee will sell at Public Auction at the offices of Adam A, Weschler. ftM Pennsyl vania Ave.. Washington. D. C. on Tuesday the eighth day of December. 1914. at fifteen minutes past three o'clock P. M.. the fol lowing described laud and premises situated In the City of Washington. District of Co lumbia: Lot numbered fifty (50). In square numbered thirty-three hundred and ninety (30). in the subdivision known as Chilium Castle Heights, as per plat recorded In the office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia, In Book 41 page 14. Terms-One-third cash, balance In equal Installments at one and two years, with interest at 6 per centum per annum, payable seml-annuall from the day of sale, and secured by deed o trust on the property sold, or all cash, at th purchaser's option A deposit of $00.00 wli be required at the time of sale. AH convey ancing and recording will be at the ourchas er's cost. Terms to be complied with wltlilr ten days, otherwise the trustee reserves th right to resell at the risk and cost of th defaulting purchaser. CONTINENTA' TRUST COMPANY". Trustee. By FRANK t BRIOHT. Trust Officer. ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auctioneer BY VIRTUE of a certain deed of triUi duly recorded in Liber No. 3642. at foli 55. et seq. of the Land Records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and at the request of th parties secured thereby, the undersigned Trustee will sell at Public Auction, at the offices of Adam A. Weschler. 920 Pennsyl vania Ave.. Washington. D. C. on Tuesdav the eighth dav of December. 1914. at half past three o'clock P M.. the following de scribed land and premises situated In the City of Washington. District of Columbia Lota numbered thirty-five (35). thlrtv-sls (36). thirty-nine (39). and forty (40). in qua numbered thirty-seven hundred and three (3703). In the subdivision known as ChlUun' Castle Heights, as Per plat recorded In the office of tho Surveyor for the District o' Columbia In Book 42. page 14. Terms One third cash, balance In equal installments a! ono and two ears. with Interest at C per centum per annum, payable seml-annuallv from the dav of sale, and secured bv OeeO of trust on the property sold, or all cash at the purchaser's option. A deposit of ?200'C will be required at the time of sale AV. conveyancing and recording will be at th purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied wiifc within 'en davs. otherwise the trustee re serves the right to resell at the risk anil csr of the defaulting purchaser. CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY. Trustee. Bv FRANK S BRIGHT. Trust Officer. LEGAL NOTICES TURNAGE. AH ALT & QUINN, Attornejs. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding an Equity Court. James F. Higglns. plaintiff, vs. Eliza beth Higglns. otherwise known as Mary Nor ton, defendant. In equity. No. 32996. Tb object of this suit Is to secure a divorce 2 vinculo matrimonii on the ground of udu.terr ot tho dtfendant. Elizabeth Higglns. other wise known as Mary Norton. On motion ! iho plaintlft. it is. this l'Jth day or N'ovunber A. D. 1914. ordered that the defendant. Eliza beth Higgins. otherwise known as Mary Ni ton, cause her uppearance to be entered uereln on or before the fortieth day. esclu slv of Sundajs and legal holidays, occurring after tho day ot the first publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as 'n case oC default. Provided, a cop of this order bo published once a week for three successive weeks in tho Washington Law Reporter and Tho Washington Times newspaper before said day. By the Court WALTER I. McCOY. Justice. A true copy Test: (Seal). J. K, YOUNG. CierK. By IT. E. CUNNINGHAM. Assistant Cleric