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V.Wi. .... S--..-f-.- N V ' I S. SHIPS GREAT T Mosquitoes Big as Eagles, Fleas Big as Dogs, to Be Shown at Panama Fair. v Mosquitoes ns big ns caRles, and fleas ns big as dogs, arc features ' of the exhibit of the Public Health Sorvlco to bo shawn aI the Pannma-Pnclfic Ex position nt fanama. This exhibit, now on the way to the Pacific coast in tho navy licet auxiliary Caesar, Is pno, of the most unique ever prepared by the Government. It shows In srranhlc form how cnntnclnnn din. "awns , are Bprcad, and the best means of, prevention. . ! One exhibit Is a small theater In j 'which win be Bhow'n by means of paint- i msB ino story or a typhoid bacillus carrier, and how she Innocently spread lyphold fever and brought sorrow and death to many homes. Shows Every Detail. Other models show how the same disease Is spread by files, oysters, and Mater, and still other models show tho Influence of the Improvement of public water sujipllcs on the spread of the disease. There are mosquitoes In this Btrango cargo, mosquitoes as large as eagles, Hfelc&s to be sure, yet showing in every detail the life history of this ti'seaso-carrylng insect from the egg to tho. adult mosqultohood. There are- fleas which would strike ter ior to the heart of any man; lleas big flogs, ho exhibited ns to demonstrate jne manner In which they carry plague irim rats to man. A ratless ship Is shown. In which no lodent Is permitted to take passage, nd In order further to discourage this ubiquitous enemy of man, tho exhibit Kraphlcally shows the various methods Oi ,ch ilay be employed In Its destruc tlon. There Is a model showing the pocke.t every year to pay tho b'lls for v holly preventable diseases; more EXH1B1 ON HYGIEN .....,iy, wiun iiur(;aii iook in nis famous sacking of Panama, a sum far greater tnn the total amount of his lootings. To Exhibit Municipal Laboratory. When this exhibit Is Installed at San Tranclsco It will Include a model municipal laboratory which will bo en gaged In the examination of water fur ; TitshPcl by common carriers to pas sengers in interstate traffic. There will he models and charts and drawings to Illustrate the ravages cause by yellow fever, smallpox, tuberculosis, rablrs, itocky .Mountain spotted fever, tvphus lever, and diphtheria, and moving plc i tires will show the various methods employed by the Public Health Service In protecting the health of the citizens of the I'nited States. Th's N tho most extensive exhibit on hyglone and sanitation ever created in the United States, and is expected to play a vital part In the dissemina tion of knowledge which the average cltUen can utilize as a health asset. Alexander, Graham Bell To Lecture at Y. M. C. A. 'lr. Alexander Graham Bell, sometimes 'Known as the "godfather of eugenics," will open a series of addresses on he redity and eugenics at the Y. M. C. A. on Thursday. ''.Marriage" is given as the general subject of Dr. Bell's address. Tho course will be given each Thursday eve ning for ten weeks. Among other lec turers announced for the cour.se are G. N, Collins, of the ' Bureau of Plant , Industry; Roswell II. Johnson, of the j Vnivcrplty of Pittsburgh; Alexander Johnson, of VIncland, N. J.; Daniel J-'olkmar, of the Btnwau of the Cenjuc; Dr. Klnora Kolkmar, and Paul Popenoc, editor of "Heredity." Admission to the lectures will be free, but course tickets must be ob tained rrom Thomas Walton, at the V. Al. C. A. Many of the talks will be Illustrated by lantern slide. Police to Provide Zone Of Quiet Near Hospitals An order providing for a zone of quiet In the neighborhood of hospitals and slums is In preparation by the Com missioners, and will be foimallv pub Ilsheil as an additional paragraph to the Polke regulations within the next few days. The order Is similar to those pre vailing In other cities. The oiily ques tion that Is not definitely determined upon is the distance on either side of a Hospital in which tho blowing of horn, tlie sounding of gongs, or the making of unnecessary noises will be prohibited. The original draft provided for a dis tance of '2'yO feet, but a letter has been received from the president of the Co lumbia Hospital for Women asking that the distunce be made one block. h n f II Pnoinaorc HaU Annual Dinner Tomorrow The Engineering' Society of the George Washington University will hold Its annual banquet at the Con tinental tomorrow evening. AmoiiK the uponkers will be -Renr Admiral Chuiles Herbert Stockton, l'. 8. N retired, president of the univer sity; Dr. Samuel W. Stratton. director of tlieBureau of Standards; Dean HodRklns, of the Engineering' School t George Washington, and Dean Mon roe, of the College of Graduate Studies. Pierce Makes Vigorous Defense of Socialism A vigorous defense of socialism was made by Julian Pierce beforo the Secu lar League in Pthlan Temple yester day. .Soclulists weie quoted to prove (uiti-froclullatli' arguments and untl AoclallstH weie used as proof of social ImIi ptopagaiida. IttpiuiuJng to tho argument recently made lier by an nntl-soclallst speaker tliht sot'iitlism meant fien love, .Mr 1'leiie said that a socialist In debate with an exoouen' of this urgumont ncd oi lj tay "You aro a liar" and sit down. Single Tax for Capital, H. J. Browne's Theme "Why Washington Needs the Single Tax" will be the subject of nn address to lie delivered bv Herbert J. Hrowne before the. Noitli Washington Citizens' Association tonight In the parish hall of the hurch of tho Advent, Second and T streets northwest. ' Members of the association have open jequ'-t to bring members of their families. Suffragists' Next Move. "M li.U Stiff racists Should bo NoM " Mill be iil-tiiMt.,, i U Mrs Clara Uewlck t olby tomoi ro at 8 15 p m In the tu'eiilil I nl rsit I'ourteenth and hnp'n trt-i iicniliur.it The pubil.-- is law ted I I'ailor HuneWe Syndicated Strmcne aentar snanirf(i ffh i?mnA iu ...... ...-,.-. S ' - ---".-""". vanaaa, ureal 4J main, aQIMA AfTICS. Avnrflfia otHiiiii, ins four language: Metropolitan ettiti r net eontrcllei by th Syndicate, hence art permtltedl lo publieh then initruettet eermtmt in the leadint nrutnsnsri. ttmitne therefor at adeeming ratei.l !. INTERNATIONAL BIBLK STUDENTS ASSOCIATION SJ Precious Jewels Sought. by a King , DIAMONDS OF THE FIRST WATER, POLISHED BY THE DIVINE HAND a ' The World of Mankind the Mine Rough Diamonds in the Miry pay Washed in Blood Most Precious Cut on the Wheel of Discipline Polished by a Famous Lapidarist Reflecting and Refracting the Light of the Divine Character Set in a Royal Diadem. TORONTO, Ont., Jan. 31. Pastor rtuteell Is here to day. We report hla discourse on tho text: "They shall be Mine, sa'.th the Lord of Hosts, In that Day when I make up My Jewels." (Ma- In part: Our text points to the close of the Gospel Ago. and not only tells us that the Lord will not sathel- His Jewels sooner, but also Implies that the only class to be gathered -at that time will ba the Jewel class He comes to make up His Jewels. We have here a contradiction of the ordinary thoughts on this sub ject: (1) That He has been gathering His Jewels all along for the past six thousand years, evidently an erroneous thought, since He has appointed a Day, In the end of the Ago. In which Ho will gather, or make up, His Jewels; and (2) That everybody who Is re spectable, half-way decent, is to be gathered to tho Lord and share In His Kingdom. Our text d'stlnctly points out the fact that only a very excep tional class will be sought for and gathered. The class here described, as Jewels Is contrasted In the context with othor classes "the proud," who have much of the success of the present time; and "the workers of wickedness," who tempt God and are not enreful to pleaso nnd serve Him. Such evidently are the majority of mankind. Tho Jewel class Is described as "they that feared Je hovah" that reverenced Him "and that thought upon H's Word." Seeking the Jewels. But, we Inquire, where are Jewels usually found? Tho answer Is that they may be found In very unexpected places. For Instance, the diamonds of South Africa are sometimes mingled with the KsHfcM'9 LsLHK'VH Hv -.v , assV sssn. ' 1 aLLLLK 'rLLI ordinary gravel and sometimes lmbedd- J cutting and polishing; for even the nl ed In bluish-black clay. They all require J':a1r flnlsl'ed facets nre smeared with to be searched after and to be washed from the mlre, before being prepared to reflect nnd refract the light. So some of these Jewels that the Lord Is now seeking out from the world are to bo found In tho ordinary walks of life, and some came from deep down In tho mire. In tho world of mankind tho Lord does not expect to And the Jewels In perfect order shaped, cut, polished and ready for the setting In glory. On the contrary, by one class of His servants He lifts them out of the mlro of sin and the horrible pit. cleanses them through the, merit of His own precious blood and through His Word; and then, through other servants. Ho polishes them with Divine skill. In order that they may re flect and refract the light of the glory of God tho Divine character Justice, Wisdom, Love. As the diamond in Its rough state, uncut, unpolished, would have no more value than a common stone for ordinary pui poses, so those whom the Lord Is selecting and preparing as His jewels are to tleilvc their ultimate value from the cutting, shaping, polishing, of their characters under WJvlne Providence. As it is written. "We are His workman ship." We ennnot suppose the illustra tion to be perfect In every particular; yet r rnay leadlly see that while Di vine Grace Is to be credited with the en tire outcome-the beauty of the finished jewel nevertheless Divine Grace oper ates according to principles and condi tions, under Divine Law. As the ex perienced diamond miners reject tho soft clay and arlous of the hard stones in seekluu for those of the desirable kind, .o the great Jewel Gatherer oper ates according to a principle In seeking for Ills jewel. "As Many As the Lord Shall Call." The hardness of the diamond may bo used to represent character, and wo aro to rsmember that character belongs to the individual. Kach must have his own charadei. and onl In proportion us each has it can he hope to be ac cepted finally as a jewel; for those without it will not endure the neces sary tests. As tho diamond-seeker lays hold upon everything In his path that gives evi dence of having the diamond quality, so Divine Grace, operating In the dia mond Held ol the world, lays hold upon all who have anything resembling character. The sott, tha pliable, the uncrystalllzed, are not being sought now,-and coming in contact with Di vine Grace ns passed by. Only such as give cldcnce ot character are thought worthy ot even washing and testing. The hard crystallization of tho dia mond corresponds to willingness toward ilghteousness In the Individual; and un less theic be such willingness toward God and righteousness there Is none or the jewel quality which the lyard Is now seeking. Thosa whose wills are formed, crystallized, set, determined for righteousness are those whom the Lord seeks. Hut the great Jewel-Soaker ac cepts some In whom the crystallizing process Is Incomplete, and helps their mummies, aeveiopnig in mem by His providence the qurillty of rlrmnees for rlqliteousnesa, at the amo time pollsri- IIIK llll'lll. a But even when the rough diamond has been found, it would be of no value ex cept os It could be cut; Indeed, It would be of less, value for many purposes than are other stones. So It Is with those whom Divine Grace finds In the mlre of sin, having nevertheless will or charac ter desiring righteousness, truth, good ness, lustlce the great Lapidarist must reallv give them all their value bv His skill tn shaping, cutting and polishing them. Yet, on the other hand, He could not cut, shape, and polish that which had not the quality or character, the will for righteousness, essential to the receiving of such a polishing. Those who are in the hands nf the great Lapidarist and who are undergo ing His polishing process, must first have passed through the previous expe riences of having been found of the Lord Jesus Christ, must have been washed, and must have been accepted as having wills desirous of harmony with the Divine mind., Therefore they may take pleasure in all the trying ex periences and difficulties through which our Lord Jonus Christ causes them to pass as various parts of the procest necessary to their completion as Jeho vah'sjcwels, to be made up by the clost teeeklu in Meieartmolalv tlftten hundred newt- .. .... . Tf . .- . .wrf -W--W-- -, ---- - - M of the Gospel Age and to be set In tho srold of the Divine nature, to reflect tho beauties of the Divine character. It Is In harmony with this thought that the Apostle encourages us to re joice In tribulation, knowing that k Is working out for us patience', experience, hope, brotherly kipdneas and love the facts essential to the 1ewcl In the eyes 6f Him who Is shortly tn gather His Jewels. The Apostle again speaks of even the most trying experiences of the Christian life ns "light afflictions" and of the present life as hut "n mnmont laehl 3-17. He aldTT . "' ur "K"1 ":uon, wnicil 18 incm d.ll.J no "",u I hilt tnr l mninnnf .rI...U .. more exceeding and eternal weight of glory." 2 Corinthians 4:17. The Wheel of Discipline. The earthly lapidarist takes firm hold upon he Jewel which he has nlrendy tested and proved to have the requisite Jewel quality, and Incasing It In a suit able Instrument, ho presses It against a lap wheel with just the required amount of pressure to.effect the necessary shap ing and polishing. The process requires great skill; hence only skilled workmen aro employed In this department. So with the Lord's Jewels; their value depends much on proper cutting, and this work Is entrusted only to the sklllled hands of our Lord Jesus, of whom we ar assured that He Himself pasied through similar experiences of testing at the Father's hands. He knows Just what we need to perfect us. that we shall be pleasing and acceptable to tho . ..f1"' : rc,,cct nrd refract the l.ght of His glory when It shall fall upon us in our finished state. A.Part of our Iwon la to have faith in this great Master-Workman, whom the Father hus appointed to shape nnd polish us. We muy requlro much more trimming on some sides of our charac ter than on others; and often the dls posltlop is to draw back, to be not fully submissive, to fear that tho Lord has abandoned us to trial. Hut Infinite Wisdom assures us that thlH Is not' so, and that to draw back would leave us "unfit for the Kingdom." The world has seen tho wheel of dis cipline, which has been cutting the Lord's Jewels for centuries, but It hns not Understood the neceaaltv nnri tho ...... .... nwmviii lur UB B. lr value of the process. It may have even i.iw i ui.vnniuimi glimpse Or XnO Jewels, but not to any advantage not so as to be able to know the real merit of their characters or the viii. nt ihn the cement and slime from the. crlnrf wheel. But tho great, loving Lapidarist knows and has explained It all to the Jewels; and they know in part now, npd D-v 'a'th are trusting all the remainder. Tho Lord knows Just how much pressuro to apply-Just how ' much friction it necessary and will not cause tribulation which He cannot and will not overrule tnr m,,. nA Being thus assured that all things are working together fot good to them that love God, Is - living jewels can rejoice in tribulation, knowing thaflt Is working out In them "tho peaceable fruits of righteousness" meekness, pa tience, gentleness, brotherly kindness, and love; that such experiences are es sontlal, and that without those thev could never be amongst the gathered Jewels. "The Time Is at Hand." We are not to suppose that those who are now pressed against the vheel of tribulation are thereby made miserable. On the contrary, they real ize a Joy and peace which the world can neither give nor take away. And whfen we remember that -their severe experiences and pollsl'lngs are "but for a moment," as compared with tho longer discipline of those who will be dtalt with during the Millennial Age. and that in proportion to their trials they aro granted moro grace and will receive a. reward exceedingly abun ?ia.nt.' m.0r8 tnan they could ask or . Ji-t en Wk . can flee ,nat these Jewels now being prepared by tho Lord are highly favored Pbove all men. i rhc. Profe. f eekln- and polish ing the Jewels has already been In progress for more than eighteen cen turies, and the Scriptures Indicate that now the end of the Age is upon UKthe time for gathering these Jewels end setting them in the glory of tho D.vlne nature. The signs of the times clearly Indicate that tha great Timo of Trouble with which the Gospel Age Is to end Is even at tho door, to prepare the world for tho coming blessings of Messiah's Kingdom. Hence if we aro to be amongst the acceptable Jewels we hae need to give diligence and to co operate with tho greut .Master-Workman that the shaping and polishing of our hearts, our wills,, n.a,. y .,...,?,., quickly, and that we may be ready to ohflrn o o-lnfliMia nn h . 1 - . ' -...,. ,., ,,i mien lie comes to make up His Jewels Through the Prophet the l-nrH id eates that as soon as His jewels shall have bten gathered, there will be v general change in His dealings with the world. Our "ontext shows how It Is at the present time, while the polishing of the Jewels progresses. Frequently the unfaithful and ths worldly seem to have the advantage; but after tho polishing of the Jewels Is completed, and they have been set In the crown of rejoicing at the end of this Aue, "Then t,hall ye return, end discern between the righte ous and the wicked, between him that serveth God and him that serveth Him not."-Ma!achl 3:1$. Now, while evil predominates, It would be difficult by outward evidences to Judge who are the Lord's favored ones. Indeed, His living Jewels scorn to be less favored and to have more trials and aiincumea man oo oiners. Const- quently amonBat them aro not found many great, rich or wife, but chiefly "tiie poor or tnis worm, ncn in faith." But when these shall have been slotl-fl-d with their Lord In the Kingdom, there will be a general change. No longer will the wicked and those who tempt God be found in power, influence and prosperity. On the contrary, of Christ's Millennial Kingdom, it Is. de clared prophetically, "In Ills Dav shall the righteous flourish," and "evil-doers shall be cut oft." Psalm 72:7; 37:9. VALUABLE COUPON Trusting that you have been aroflted by the reading of the above sermon, we mention i'aator iiuaaeua wiaeiy reau book. "THE DIVINE PI-AN." alao known as "MILLENNIAL DAWN." published In nineteen languages, with a circulation exceeding 4,o00,00v. Its comprehensive chsrt of the Ages gives the mental eje a sweeping, hlatorical view nf human ity's progress past, present and a thou, sand years Into the future from the Bible standpoint. A 60c souvenir edition (440 pageal, containing an Illustrated chapter on the Great Pyramid of Egypt and Ita historical, rellglo-sclentlflc relationship to the Divine Program, will be mailed on promptly upon receipt of 25e with this coupon Can ou afford to miss this lit erary treat Addreaa International Bible Students Association. Brooklyn. N Y. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, EDUCATIONAL Emerson Institute l-'ouBilrri JSSIC. DAY SCIIOOI.' NIGHT SCHOOL NEW TERM BEGINS FEB. 1. Prepares for all colleges, univers ities, professional scliools, govern ment academies, etc. , Office hours Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays: 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. For catalogue address W. H. RANDOLPH. A. M. CRAWFORD, Principals. Special Evening Course Wftre and Wireless TELEGrtAPH OPKKATINO Opens Feb. I. Cloies Juna :-!l BLISS ELECTRICAL. SCHOOL ZIT Takoma ve.. Waihlnetnn. O C Thoroughly capable operators are In rtemnnd First-clans Equipment. Experienced Inntruc tor. Catalogue on reqtiput Plione Col ."025 Both men and women admitted. TRESSI STUDIO Voice Culture and Singing OPERATIC CLASSES Students prepared fur toncert und nperatla 'iiADIKS AND :ENTL,EIR! with, Rood volcea reo-Jlred for early prod tie tlona of opera Voice trial. For tertna and particular! apply paraoasllr at eturilo. 1407 Massavhtiaettsj Ave. S. W. Telephone Mirth (102. Betterment House, 1022 17th St. N.W. Saturday Mornlnar aliiale School. GEORGE HKKItY HuWAHU. A. M.. Mua. Doc, Children's l'lano Claas a Specialty; new featurea. Mr Howard and aaalatanta teach. Persona under ose muet be uccom- fianled. Charges ncconlltir to time. Exam nations. Hlnitle lemon. Queatlona and answers. Ads Ice. any mimical eiibject taken up natlefoctorlly, it to l: Haturda). BERLITZ 1' ittO.NCIt OKKMAN SPANISH ITALIAN, etc., . Tho Beat Method. Day and Even'g Ses sions. At School or Residence. Classes and Prlv. Lessons SCHOOL II 14lh St. N. TV. 1'hoar Mnlu a-U. New Claatea Conatantly KormlDC. HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Day. night. Coureen to graduation: certlf, admits to college: ml8wl gradea made up; adults aneclallzeil. Catalogue. 221 E St. N. W. Phone M. 3S77. L. A. CALLAN, . INSTRITTION 11ANJO. MANDOLIN. OtTf TAH. -.0 4th N K I'HONE I.INC ISli WIRELESS COURSES NSrTIONAL RADIO sniooi. HOT, li ST N. W. PHONE NORTH '111 Steward's Business College 12th AND F RTF. N. W. Waahlngton'a leading Ruslness Colleae. SINGIXG. KLOCUTIU. MRS. KMILY FHtCli HAn.VEH, 141 11th St. N. B l.lar. 17tm MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE MONEY! MONEY! MONEY ADVANCED ON STORAGE IF WANTED. UNITED TRANSFER AND BTORAOE CO.. OFFICE 810 F ST. N. V. J'HOXB M. 63C0. ESTIMATES ON PACKING AND SHIPPING WHAT IT TAKES TO MOVE IT WB HAVE GOT IT JACOI1S TRANSFER CO.. Florida air . K I'hone North rift. Fireproof Storage AT sMlaata ruroished. Merchant's Transfer & Storage Co. I-II2 B Street N. W. CET Ol'R J-iTlMATES on absolutely fire proof etorais, inovtng, packing UNITED E1A1ES STCUACJE CO. :-. 10th at. N. W Pnone M. 422. AfOVIMfr ''ADDED ANS ilIED I'hone m. -.oio-:oii. KBIEG'S EXPRESS. 1K6 H Street N. W STORAGE. PACKING AND HHIPPINO. STORAGE II mo.; hauled In free; all we atk. compare our f.'lcea to ethers: atlmatea eheerfully glen; central location, drt. clean atorage rooms, open (or Inspection at nay time. H. I'aum & ho.. VI.' Pa. ave. M. 1J64. TORE YOUR FUKMTUKB. planoa. ero.. at WEHCHIJ-.P.'B. W Pa. ave. N. W. Rates reaauuable. eatlmatea cheeilully given. Phone i:tt. LOST AND FOUND HROOC1I Papphlre and diamond horsi-shne; lost at the litn st. entrunc of tho Shore ham Hotel, Saturday evening, January 30, about C:15 o'clock. Finder, who vaa e-n to pick it up, will be reWHrded by leavlaj It at Klioreham Hotel office at once. GOLD PENCIL and chain; valued for the aHuoctatloiiN, loHt on M m , between "3rd and Conn. nve. N. W. Liberal reward If re turned to 1215 Connecticut ave. POCKETHOOK Saturda night, on Tth t H. E.. bet. C et. H. E. and Acker at. S E. Reward If returned to 60S Acker at. S. E. 1 HOUND PUPPY Jet black, brown spits oxer eyes and under mouth; long eai. verv fleshy, about 2 months; Sunday morning. Reward of J5 DK. ROSS. .'11? Chnniulaln at. FRENCH POODLE-Male; lost or btrayd from MRS. I.YRRAND'S. i:i &th st. N. E. Reward li returned tci aboie aildiexs. GOLD LOCKET WATCH FOR. .Ian. 13; Initials, G. E. C Liberal reward If re turned to 137 V at. N. XV . Phone N. SOU. HELP WANTED MALE BOY White, to work in Jewelry 11th at. N. XV. shop. 121 MAN Young colored, to work In clothing more and deliver bundles. DODEK'.S, &2 7th st. N. XV. MAN Young white to wait and make him self generally useful; small cafe. 2b 10 lull at. N. W. ' MEN to distribute advertising, 7 a. in. Ti.es daV; M7 10th st. N. XV. ' WANTED Men to learn barber trade: new method; wages after first month. ttcndy position guaranteed, write for catalogue. Molcr's Barber College, Dept. N, 207 Bowery, New York city HELP WANTED FEMALE EXPERIENCED FINISHERS on trousirs. . Applv CHAS. PBAICE. 605 7th nt. N. W , I room 12. ! GENERAL HOI'SEWOIIKER, colored vo- man. S00 6tl at. N; E. HELPER First-class on ladles' other need npplv. 1720 M st. X coats, W LADY SOLICITORS Two. good talkers. Call after 5 p. in. PALAQE LAUNDRY CLUB, 731 lh st. N. W. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. FASHIONABLE dressmaker wants position bv the week; 10 scars' experience. Address BOX 27. Tlmee office. ! SITUATIONS WANTED Male and Female. BY COI.ORKD MAN and wife, place on a gentleman's farm, good cltv references. Address U.7 Oregon avs. N. W. JBBKE9D MONDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1915. FOR RENT ROOiv.S Furnished. ' 13th BT. N. W 720-I,arite front room; lur nlntifd; stMiin lufttliin: electric llKhti. L ST. N. VV. . fcJ-One furnlVhed" front hall I llet houee, 5 mo. 1 room. In qui L ST. N. W., KOJ-lleautlful first floor aouth front furnlahed room. 9th BT. N. R.. 7I Two small rooms near two car lines- reasonable. 3rd BT. N. W 422-Furnlihed houaekeeplns or aleenlng. rooms for Q BT, N. V :$-Two bright warm nwmi adjoining bath, electric light, hot-water hent: telcphono tervice; must have reference. I'hone X. 1040. PA. AVE. N. W 1609-Two-room apart ments, furulehed rnmplete; modern private bnth: aim iiltmlc roma: phone Main 7177. Jl HT. N. V, Kl One large neatly furnlahed room, suitable fur on e or two gentleman; prlMtte family: reasonable. 3rd ST. N. K adjolnlnc hath; k3i Furnlahed front ro.m: private family. PA. AVE. N. V 120V-Reautlful v. arm, aunny: hot water alwava; rates' for winter. Opp. Halelgh. No car fare. Unfurnished. KYE ST. N. W XI Two front communl catlnr rooma, second floor; well heated; I. h. k, : reasonable. - ROOMS AND BOARD 1 fT. N. W.. 611 Lnm front room with home table; l or 2 neutlemen, 120 ft-T one, $34 for two. ItOOM AND BOARD Private family, to sen lleman with reference. Phona Col. lit:. 1 WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD 1II.1ND LADY desires room and board In email private family: centrally located: rroteatnnt preferred; has visiting compan ion; u Teesiy 'ror poara. Aaareak mu Glrard at. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS TOR BALE Office fixtures, large roll top desk, 3 flat top desks, 2 typewriter deaka. 3 revolWng office i hairs, 1 Iron safe, large Hllnc cuae, 2 amall roll top desks, 1 plate Klaus show cane (floor), t library table, coun ter show canes, ice bozea for grocery ' atorea and lunch rooms, No. 8 Haltlmore range with water bock. Etaey terms If dealred, discount for ranh. Save money, buy at HOPWOOD'S, Mh and K ata. N. W. HAVING DECIDED TO CHANGE Ol'R PRESENT' FURNITURE HU8INE8B Into atore nnd office fixture specialties we are going to CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT ONCE. Vlrt rt (ill .' are srnlnr Ia rnt .n mi RED DEPARTMENT. We have ibout ti high grade brass beds. They must be closed out thin week. Price la no object. If )ou need one, better hurry. D. NOTES, Corner 8th & D nw. NATIONAL CASH REGISTER: throna check from Ic up, electric, looks like brand new; guaranteed. Cnll 6'."j Ixiiilslana ave. nw., or Vihone Main 230. FOR SALE Furniture, new and slightly used, for all parts of the house. Easy terms if desired or discounts for cash. Save Money, Buy at HOPWOOD'S, 8th and K. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS I1EFORE SELLIN'6 YOUR FURNITURE Drop postal or phone Main 4110 to NOTES' FURNITURE HOUSE. 114 E at. w.. where you will net a square deal. WANTED Furniture tor laah. Bell goods to the man who glvea tha miiney. Bee HOl'WOOD. th and K. your moat 1 HIGHEST CASH prices paid tor worn cloth ing; either ladles' or gentlemen's; send pos tal; w 111 call. U. TARbllKS. 1M Tth at, N. W. Phone North t. l PERSONAL ------ n-rrrrrrrrriTTTTTTW $DR RFED BPECIAUST t T L-'1X" IM-i-l-' 0i 17 8TKEET The Most Important Advic 4 T L that 1 can offer to any man or ', t. ainan woo is aunering rrom any 4. acuto chronic or special disease u j-"lo take Immediate steps to Y Get Well, M. Bacteria Vaccines. T and all the new svkuma) and antl- V toxins administered. Blood testa J made. Laboratory, stocked wlto i,uH,t uv uvai in meuiciaea. uvei m j ears practice tn treating LaiurrO, Indigestion, Constipation, Files, Throat, Lung, Brain, Heart. Blood, and Skin Diseases, Kb.au. matlam, all stages or Blood Poison ing. Nervous and General .Debility. Charges Low. -Medicines j-'urmsOed. j. uiuto oours: lu to i; i to u. auu. JL UrllS, lu to li T i-HIK!-iWHW;KI'4"J";"i,,J'v' MISS WELLS Manicuring and S.lt iiw it k,L,ii Treatment. Hours. i to 5. W3 G at. nw , Apartment i. Third iioor. MISS CAIN, Manicuring and Scalp Treat ment. 716 7th t. N. VS. Apt. 1. Even ings by appointment. Phone Main 7423. IDEAL BEAUTY PARLORS Halrdres.al.vg. nianicurim.'. laclal mansutr; all scalp dla thve treated, blacklieaua removed. :C3 O St. N. XV. MRS. ORA FIELD, Magnetic massage, face and tcalp treatment. XU 11 faT. N. XV.. Id FLOOR. AFFAIRS AND MISSIONS SOLICITED 102.' 17th N. W IMS a, m., 2-4 p. m. Telephone for appointment; charges accord ing to time and expenses; consultation free. CAROLINE LATHROP HOWARD. 1 MISS STURN SkTigS TMENT. 716 11th st. N. W third floor. MISS JAMRRON, manicurist and chiropody; hours. 10 a. in. to 6 p. in. l'JU K. Y. ave. N. XV . "nd floor ! LADIES TOO faTOUT FOR FASHION'S latest decree, should take up the scientific "Irene Satem" of reduction introduced by MHK irvK. mh. iroquois. t CHIROPRACTOR .P7aeUnern0,r of tha for chreilc and nervous dlseaaes. Consultation tree. DR. STONE. 2S04 14th at. N. XV. Col. 7S0. Rats! Rats! If troubled with them phone for our ferrets, u. 24-e2If. Barclay 4k Leather! and. .M Pa. avs, 1 Dermatologist Institution. Face corrector, all blemishes removed from the face; Imperfect leatuna. birth or acci dent, correcteu, rumen and coaree porta smoothed, and skin reilned; complexion cleared: hollons snd wrinkle lemuveJ. lljj H at. Plione M. M. i CH1KOPRACT1C A. CORA MANLY, Phone MECHANO THERAPY. I42S Que su N. XV Nonh 1W0 Dr. Wm, T. Baldus, Specialist. Brain, nervous and stomach diseases; Dr.'a aervlce and mi-dlcine. :: i. cor. ith and V ow. Hours 10 a. m. to p m. Ph. M Zill. Watch and Jewelry Repairinir. IS YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK OUT OF ORDER? Call me ug and let me llx It. JL'LU'.S H. WOLPE. Hth and R ata. N. A . NON-MEDICAL HEALING THE VACUUM TREATMENT RESTORES the CIRCULATION of the BLOOD and ESSENTIALS of NERVE NUTRITION to the DISEASED PART and ELIMINATES DISEASE. BOOKLET AND ;ONSl LTATION FREE Hours a m. to I p. tn PROF. H N. D. PARKER. 710-715 UQSli UUILD1NO. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOllKINOMKN-There's lots nf jounn Mv- Huh men who are known as swell dreaners. and quite a few may be what In rnnxldere.l triion liuiera In thin Ktnre ... t, r. ..iinhitt. AJ52,U eg"1"' one pr,ce- -"JSTIPH , ' ' Linotype School. YOtJNCl MEN To team linotype; beat op portunlty ever offered to maater this well paid trad; competency guaranteed; open exenlnga. WASHINGTON 1. 1 N O T Y iE BCHOOU MM I st.i phone Main 3319. Paper Hanging. WE DO PAPEiUIAXrJlKQ und general houaa repair work: rooma papered, U up; work guaranteed: eatlmatea clieerfully given. R. A. I.KW1E. 1022 lat at. N. W.. Main I70S. Steam and Hot-water Heating. STEAM AND HOT-WATErt HEATING, furnace, range, and latrobe repairing. Roofa repaired ajl painted. 11. R. KINO, Room 8H Corcoran Uldg. Phona Main li3. Tinning and Heating, FOR A GOOD JOU OP TINNINO, HEAT- ING. OR ROOF PAINTING PHONE N.27. CHR. & WM. A. GEIIICKE. 1M8 2nd at. nw. Range Manufacturers. OERGER BROTHERS. Manufacturer of French Steel-plate Ranges and Hlgh-arade Cooking Apparatus. Coppersmiths. l.'U K at. N. W Phone Main lOli. Duplicate Letters. YOU are particular about TOUR multi graph letters? The apeclal prpceaa used by THE FOLDING SHOP will rrteet your moat exacting requirements. LET US PROVE IT. CSll Main -4.r,l TODAY. CO Houthern lildg. KEEP IN TOUCH with your .cuatomers- Dupllcate typewritten letters will do the work. Call Us up about It today. Main 4642. National l-ett.-r Service. Sl-S20 Munaey lildg. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE if you lis clr cular letters: wt make them. The Letter- kraft Bhoo. IW Real Estate Truat bldg. M.2981 Carriage, Wagon ft Auto Repairing. C. B. STEWART, formtrly 1625 L at. now loe. ae. cor. 14th and D. opp. District bldg. Carriage, wagon, auto repair, painting. M.1U4 General House Repairing. WE REPAIR YOUR HOUSE-lnalde and out and anything tn It. Bend for ua 'now. Don t watt until we're busy. IIROWN. I1ROWN & BROWN, 477 Bve t. N. y. lhone Main 400J. Musical Instruments. IOLI.N8 and other string Instruments re paired by expert workmen: prompt and ef ficient service. Ws carry a full line of small instrument acceiaorles. T. EDOAR ROBIN BON. 13 Q .t. N W. Phone M. tat. 1 Stove and Roof Repairing-. ROOKH PAINTED 'AND REPAIRED. rTrOVEH REPAIRED. GEO. M. YE ATM AN. t Tth at. 8. W. Phone Main ! Wood, Coal and Coke. COAL-REST QUALITY AND QUANTITY RED AtTH. 17.:. PEA. KM. WHITE ABH, 17.06. EOG. M.74. C. M. EDWARDS. 3 7th at. N. W. I'hone North HI. Mattreaaea and Box Springe. R E.N OVA KUADE R.fYlVl ATED MADE $1.00 E-COVBRED and up. CAP. BEDDING CO. 1141 7th at. North t;i Piano Tuning-. UPRIGHT Pianos tuned and repaired. l up. Old Reliable Expert. Drcp Postal. L LAIlrtEN. Bo. Car. ave. 8 E. Ph. L IMS. Window Shades. WB ALSO SHADE THE PRICS. Opaque shades fitted, tie; oil opaque or do. aseatlo holland ahadea, 60c; duplM. cuobiio Shades. 7(c. KIEKLATTH. Uth H N. B. AUTOMOBILES TIRE RIX)WOUTS AND CUT8 repaired. 12. New auto tire compound and fabric; all repair work guaranteed I.OOO mile's. AKRON TIRE RUILDERS. 4CS 14th at. 1 AUTOMOBILES VARNISHED FREE for SO days on all orders for top recovering or slip covers, aa an Introductory to our new painting dept. Ford allp covers 114. Includ ing free varnishing. STANDARD AUTO TOP CO.. 1314 Pa. ave. 1 For Hire. -PA8BE.'GER. 1U; T-paaaenger. fS.M pe kaur. Powhatan Hotel, lath and Pa M M7 MOTORCYCLES 1 1J HENDERSON, 2-apeed 1 1U Henderson 1 11S Excelsior twin, chain drive 1 1911 Excelsior twin, belt drive 1 111 Excelsior, single, chain drive.. . OSBORN A LEISHEAR. S3 tth at. N. W. Main ...$173 .. 16S ... 12S ... 110 .. 10O ;oe. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE One large black horao and wagon, harneaa. cheap. 423 Mh at. S. XV FOR HIRE Horses, carriage wagons, day. week or month, i-clai prices GEN. LI ERY CO.. INC.. rear 237 Pa ave al U7. TYPEWRITERS REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO.. Tit Uth. Visible machines rented, 12.60 per month and sold at from H to S Mfg. prices. REBUILDING AND REPAIRING. CLAIRVOYANTS MME. CARLETTA, CLAIRVOYANT, PAL-MIST. CARD READ ER. Hhe never met ou, yet she TKLI S YOUR NAME. OBJECT OF CALI, NAMES OF FRIENDS. ENEMIES. Give? occupa tions, where they live, If true or false. Phe does what she aas. Sundays 2 to 7 u m m.. 705 8th St. N. W. ,to-m; MME. OLGA K?gSZ Idence Hospital. 176 X. Carolina ave. S. 11. ZEN IT A Clairvoyant. Card Reader. JXJi,'',--L-'1- Glvea names. During Jinu ary all tl readltiga. SOe, 127 14th at. ESSIE DELMAlN-Palmlst. clairvoyant, card reader, tst reading, lu cents, palmlMr, 35 cents, lite rcadinR, 10 lenu, card reading, bQ cents, 10 a, m. to 9 p. m 613 7th it. nw. WANDA PALMIST I 1226 and Tth CARD READER. IN. W. FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double Seeing powers. Future, courtship, mar riage, uuslnesa: guaranteed. 614 Eye 't. uw. MADAM FIELD W hen you consult her jou tonsult the txst. Reunites the separated. l-'-O 7th at. X. W. MADAME FLORENCE-Sclentlflc card lead er; satisfaction guaranteed or money re funded, 2oc and &0c. H Sth al. N. XV. 1 MME. FREEDA 25c CARDS .'5c Thla Week Only. Bring thla notice to 417 Eye at. N. W. MADAME CATHERINE Washington's favorite palmist Reader. Located here 16 yeara. and Card la 3th n w. SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally; seances Tues. & Thurs. even Initt. I'h. Line. atiU. 31j .S. J. ave. 3. K. MADAME CORNISH Noted spiritual med I -um; leads jour life correctly; gives names, facta; readings dally, 137 3d at. N. E cor. V, near Union Station; ladles only. l Mrs. THELMA RICHARDS Ordained spiritual medium, readings dally. Circles Weanesday, p. in. 447 U at. N, V. HAVE AN INTERVIEW WITH KEELER, moat noted slute-wrlter In the world. Dally, for short time, 132 1'arkvvood place; Hth nt. car. I'hone Columbia 2270. MRS. C. ROTH SSI?llfa Thurs. eve. Ansioatla car. 7W) 6th st. 8. E. 1' . I UR JTrl IIRU. J. E. UALTBY. Kenela Bldg.. Hth and X. w.. rvoum m. Mrciinga vv eo. ana. Frl.. 7:20 p. m.. s message to each. Daily reading!. a. m. to 6;50 v. in. Ph. M. $643. DEATHS IllNNIX-On Hunday. January 31, at f:30 p. in.. TIIOMAH W. RINNIX, beloved con of Edward and Jenny Itlnnlx. Funeral from residence. WS Bexcnth atieet souttin-est, Wolneedny, February 1. to the Hlxth I'realjj-terlan Church, Blxth tnd C streets noutluvtat. Bervlcea nt 2 p. m. In terment CongrenHlonal Cemetery. Relatives and friends respectfully Invited to attend. IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for thla column are accepfed, at St ftnta flat, either proae1 or poetry. In caat no tice doea not exceed ten linn. Add It cants for each line In exceaa of ten.i Vital Records. Births. William and Sarah Ten. girl. Harry and Ida Turner, boy. Max R. and Grace O Poynton. girl Charlea O. and Vlrtle F. Miller, girl. -Maurice M. and Dorothy G. Mendelsohn, girl, Samuel and LCha Kessler, girl. William J. and Mary V. Hart. boy. Harry and Anna Horowitz, girl. Fritz and Eva Hoffman, boy. Walter H. and Lenora Hawkins, boy. Charlea W. and Eleanor V.' Oosnell, boy, Arthur J. and Mable Dinger, girl. Bernard F. and Frances B. Day, girl. Turner A. and Ida J. Dulaney, boy, Thomaa O. and Helen P. Davie, girl. . Edward W. and Julia P. Alnsmith, girl. Samuel and Patrlna Arlco, boy, Loula and Nellie Sheppard, girl. Eugene T. and Catherine A. McCarthy, boy. George and Maud Myers, boy. T. Frank and Freda E. Murray, boy. ' George C. and Mary Kenyon, boy. Walter B. and Flossie Ktlllan. girl twins. Thomaa P. and Anna fl. Jonea, girl. Robert L. and Sophia M. Greenwell. boy. Carroll and Hattle George, girl. Edwin and Ann P. French, girl. John J, and Busle M. Coxhead. boy. John and Mable C. Geter, boy. Jessie L. and Rebecca Jackson, boy! Eugene W. and Alverda Gatea. girl. Richard and Mary Branford, boy. William F. and Resale C. McAbee. boy. Robert and Elsie Corbln, girl. Marriage Licenses. ' Ernst Welgle, of Washington, and Rcglna Von Vrenter, of Bnllston, Va. Grafton S. Duvall and Jennie M. Bowie, ef Washington. Charles S. Jenkins and Lilly I. Sullivan, of Crew, Vs. Deaths. Elizabeth A. Como, 'I years, 207 Ninth street southeast. Lulse H, Schinltt S3 yeara, ml Twenty- fourth atreet northeast. John Grlnstead, 73 yeara. 115 Kentucky ave nue southeast. ' Mary E. Blalsdell. D7 yeara, 120 Sixteenth atreet northeast. Lillian L. Cisaell, 29 years, Galllnger Hos pital. Ruth Sokolove, 20 months. Garfield Hospital. Infant of Joseph nnd Itose Bodlne, 2 davs. 6.13 Fourteenth atreet northeast. Archibald McDonald, 05 years, 203 Goat alley northweat. Johanna Delaney, 40 years, Sibley Hospital. Michael Bocosky. 40 yeara, United States Soldiers' Home Hospital. Sophronla E. Wlnser. 67 yeara. 1122 Four-and-a-half atreet aouthweat. James L. Prescott, S6 years, Takoma Tark, D. C, Samuel C. Godman. 67 years. 1129 Four-and-a-half atreet aouthweat. Thomaa Htnnlx, C9 years, George Washing ton Unlveralty Hospital. Maude Johnson, 32 yeara, 2214 Ninth street northwest. Margaret Smith, 60 yeara, 1S23 S street north west, Henrr M. Mlddletpn, S2 J ears, .128 Sixth atreet aoutnneai. Robert Johnson. 38 yeara, 1427 First street northweat. Margaret Gentry, 62 years. 938 Twenty-eec-ond atreet nurthvvest. Laura E. Lynch. 28 yeara. Be'nnlng. D. C. Mary Southwood. 42 ears. 475 Missouri uvs nue northwest Hattle Carr. 44 eare, 202 Maasachuaetta avenue northwest. Leonldae Coners. 19 months, Freedmen'a Hospital. Infant of George and Nellie Bernard. 5 hours. Takoma Park. D. C Jamea Davis, 29 jeara, Galllnger Hospital. barah Burns, t9 ears. S42 L street north west. Martha Eekrldge. 62 years, Angle place," Gar field. D. C. Pearl A Jackson. 2.1 months. 1239 Thirty seventh street northwest Jeanette Washington. 2 jears. 916 E street aouthweat. . FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS f every description moderate prices. GUDE. 1H4 F STREET. UNDERTAKERS THOMAS F. MURRAY & SON. Funeral Directors aS3 Embalmers. 401 F.aat Capitol St. Phone Line. 4271. 1007-11 Nichols ave. S. E Phone Line 126. J. WILLIAM LEE. UNDERTAKER LIVERT. 132 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13SS. WASHINGTON. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. MODERN APARTMENT, all Improvem-nta. 3 rooms and bath. 620.50. 17U S st. N. W. L ST N. l:.. bet. Cth and 7th: 6 large rooms, bath; 2nd floor; porch; J15.&0. CAYWOOD & GARRET, 1231 N. Y. AVE. N. W. FOR HENT Unusually attractive c-room and bath apaitmrnt, convenient to Senate Office Bldg. and Southern R It Bldg. 116 C at. ne. Also 4-room apartment: reference. DO Uth S. W . M4 Muine ave. Jr. and bath, heated I22.M 3 rooms i;.of , t rooms 17.M . 120 John Marshall place til 1th at. S W PHILLIPS f-O THE MANCHESTER (Colored) No. 2, 6 rooms and bath S20.50 No. 4, 6 rooms and bath 2.1.50 McLACHLEN BANKING CORPORATION. 10th and G stt. N W. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 1427 N. Cap. 5r . tW f.u 32 K nw.. 6r J31.50 23(3 17th nw.. 5r. .'6.61' Tl N.Y. ave.. rr.. 2... Ml J341 Uth nw.. 6r.. 20.50 ISM Kalorama ir. 20 f0 not I. nw 21.50 2(3 XV st. nw., Sr. 15. M) 120 V n. e., 8r.... 25.5C 2326 G nw.. 7r. . 20.50 40S V nw.. 4r. . 20 W 203 Hth iw 6r... 15. 5C 314 13th sw.. Sr... 12.5C r,24 13th se.. 5r... 12.51 909 Golden aw.lr. 9.50 620 Gordon ne.. (r !..'.' 713 Pleasant sw. li 7 5( 156 Francis av. (r ;.'. (45 Wash, nw 6r. 13.50 13(5 C te.. 7r 12.00 (OG Illunil nl.. 5r. 9.00 (S Blagdens nw,(r 5.60 129 Seaton ne, 2r. 6 50 1221 1st s.. 4r. . 6.0J STABLES Rr. C09 2nd ne ... $15,001 Rr. 232 13th sw,2r 12.00 Rr. 1506 R nw. .. 1-.00 llr. 907 1 nw 10.00 Rr. 629W Md. cvv. 5 5tltr. 1316 Cth nw... 8.00 A. S. CAYWOOD. 915 N. Y. ave. nw. :S 710. 1 FOR RENT In conveti.ent tlon. b rooms und bath northeast loca Lrick dwelling, $lb.50, In good condition CAYWOOD & GARRET, 1231, N. Y. AVE. X. XV. N. E NEAR 6th AND II: convenient car; flrm-cUm location: 6 r. b. , oulv (-1 eM-ellent condition. CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N Y. AVE. X. W. COLORBD TENANTS. CAPITOL HILL. Five rooms and buih; rent $20.50. TYLER .V: Rl'THERFORD, IXC , 723 15th at. X. W. 647 klh ST. X. E 4-roum brick house: na and water; cheap rent. TO DESIRABLE COLORED TENANTS'. HO.'-1 Valley at. nw., between 12th and 12th, S and T tv two very attractive little houses of 5 rooms, water: In tip-top condition; open for Inspection; $i;.50 per month. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. KM New York avenue. 1 1123 4th ST N. W., 6 rooms ana bath, mod ern Improvemen'ai splendid condition, $2.i0. J It MITCHELL. 1711 Uth at. .v W H. 2H5-J. t 9 .-S.IXlJ Spedal Notices The Corcoran Gallery of Art. The permanent collection has been rc-installcd, and the Gallery is again open to the public. The . hours of opening are: Mondays from 12:00 M. to 4:00 P. M.; other week days from 9:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. ; Sundays from 1 :30 to 4 :30 P. M. F. B. McGUIRE, Director. JOSEPH L. MARTIN. ' Bucceaaor to JOHN MORA o PLUMBINO-HEATING, .... n,.ace?- 'strobes. Tin Hoofing - PA, AVE. TEL. W-319 FLOWERS For All Occasions I SHAFFER. New Location, 900 14th Street. !iR Z5 ,lpa,Der Tee. costing up to 12.50 per ln- i,,J,v ,,,?r'fe th actual coat or lung AH:rltlInln,anf!,lD.R,", materials guaranteed: M ,RW:,II,?uollTON. decorator. 1'l.ons " rc63- 1147 Conn. ave. N, W. SHADES !,,0al PREINKERT fer So. It Win iP'I'.'X' worl"nnahlp and dual lie' ki.S ,KS. samples. Opaque shade pc. best quality 60c. 1206 H at. N. E. L I2. SSldr2,,2lttolll?.lr,M,$l -50 ONLY ,.I3A.aLE BEDDING CO.. 309 7th at. N. W. Ph. N. 1216. COAL) AT RIGHT PRICES. bun. 609 New lork ave. Phone Main 144. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT"! P.,.uEv15:th,nf t0T "e Kitchen." EsUb. U5Z. pn M nt Iiparquet, Hout & Monetise Co. Ranxes. Ilefrlgerators. Cooking . Utensils. H. A. Trefethen, Mpr.. 1220 H St CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE- fu lly cleaned; rug. woven from old rarpetl A?BPH"ifanuY"iJSt .E't'tss furnished. jfTtOM KAHLRT i, CO.. K2 B at. aw PUBIJC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS T?UBI4ESS8Y5-rEMATI2INOASpECIAL. TiT'o lilB ?ACriBN AUDITING CO.. 4JI 1& Southern Bldg. Ph. M. Kit. LEGAL NOTICES 1HU1-IGB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON January 18. 1913. a petition waa filed In the Suureme Court of the Dlttrlct of Columbia !".Amrlcnn.Un,on -Mlniiiu Company, t corporation organized under the laws ot Un united Mates Congress lor District ef Co lumbla, stating that on account of a cliangt of the Cortipany's bualness. its ato-KhoMerf and directors desire a niune more adaptable descriptive of ita bualnesa. objects. tc , und ror the benefit of all concerned a change of name of said company to "I'nited Indian In vestment & Development Company" Is ilo aired, and a decree to that effect praved inr 'n aa.ld petition. AMERICAN 1'NION i, ., . v-u'ft1' J,v A. M. WALKER President. .FRED C. GEIUER. Detltlunr s attorney. oALE HOUSES R NORTHEAST AND DWELLING, rooms and bath, d 131.00 month. 1 I . $3,750 SOUTHEAST Cui?.M v ". FOR STORE ma and li-itli. $2,500 Wm. SOUTH I. nders & Co. $07 15TH ST. N W EXTRA iNARY OPPORTUN ITY FOR COLORED BUYER. 1500 cash nnd $1,000, payable monthly win buy. handsome 12r. and 2b. brick; heated I v steam; original (oit nearly $10,000. Hmr.ll family can pay for house out of room idi Apply at once to ALLAN E WALKER & CO.. INC.. 13.-.S i. ARLINGTON, VA. Six rooms, bath, lot 60 200; 5c fare to Georgetown; small amount down, balance $15 monthly. C. B MUNSON, 1326 N. Y. ave N. W 1 FOR SALE Bargain in Petworth. substan tial, colonial S-ronm brick duelling; Jth ft. nw., near to car lines, price $2,950 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern bl tp FOR SALE SPECIAL Four 6-room bricks located on good street S. XV. Rent $G, price. $6.2lO; two dwellings. 12lh near Fla. ave. N. W. Rent. $27 50. Price. $2.4".0. THOS. P. BROWN. 617 4j st. sw. Pli M 617 SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. AT MT. RAINIER. 1 car fare and finest car aervlce about Waahlnutun, just In Md line, low taxes and citizenship, a plain, rominrt able 5-room cottage with vtry large Kioumls. completely fented, gus but nf other fnt'd. Imps., small cash pamcnt. balance injnthl.s: also beautiful bungalow In Rogers' '.feihtf. large lots, tine shade, chicken run. will tell cheap and on easy terms. Apply- J. C. ROGERS. Owner. District Line Sta.. or Ibattavllle. Md. : COLORED PEOn: See the extra large lots we are selling one aq. Irom the Balto. trol ley for ISO; ;.60 monthly without interest, high and healthy; store; school and vhurcn. Call, write or phone for details. MILLER CO.. mh & Pa. ave. Opp. Ralelm HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on $100 cash and $15 month, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on M. H. RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg Tel. M 62tl For Rent. THE FOLLOWING arc neat ana comfortable homes for senMble people at low rente's Theec are not tine houses and have no tw age und running water and utilv HenIMe peo ple who can pay their lent need applv. 1 5-rni. lotwge, neatly papered, was and Hoves, 2 veiy laige lots all fenced, tine soil. JU a month 6-rm. bunicalow, neatly papered, gas. water In kitchen, large lot. $10 a month. 1 very plain 3-rm. house with eellar rum, In row. 1 minute's walk from station, $' Applv J. C. ROGERS, owner. Pitt. Line, fc'ta . Mt Rainier, or Hvattsvllle. Md FOR SALE LOTS FOR SALE at a bargain if taken at O'ice. lot 2 block 42(0. Villa I'nrk. D C. tor $(..0 JAS W. BIACK Goleta. Calif MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN CAREFUL "INVESTMENTS Of money In First Deeds of Truat (First Mortgages) on Washington, D. C. Real Es tate alwaya give the full Interest promised, snd the return of all the principal when due, regardless of the varing Incomes and values of other securities, and they are nut sub ject to taxation We have been successfully engaged 111 making these Investments for our clients tor more than a quarter of a century Investments. $.'0, $500 to $10.OCO at 6, 5,. nd I per cent now ready for delivery. Larger Investments made, Wm. H. Saunders & Co., SOUTHERN III 1LD1NG S07 1ST1I ST. MONhY TO I.OAN $250 to $500,000 nn D. C real estate. Several trust lunds, 14 o 5 per cent All transactions louductt'il wltii vcoliumlcul couvldiiatlon tnr burrow ei a WM II SAUNDERS A; CO., Southern Huildlnn, SU7 15th st. N y. BUILDING LOANS AND SECOND TRUsC Money to loin at 6 per cent on Dlstrial Real Estate. Any amount from $200 to f(K on first or seiond trust. In straight note or monthly pajments. Takta only three days to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 718 Klh ST. X. W MONEY' MONEY' MONEY Advanced on Storage. I'NITED TRANSKF.lt AND STOR VGU fu . office HO F t X l'hnne M C' Ktumaies fumU'ied. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. loe- rates, prior payment prt-llcis. lark amounts TVLER 4. Rl. illHItl uKU. ,. liu.