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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1015.
II U t LOCAL COOPER AGAIN H ONION SINGS NK Succeeds Tuckerman, -Who Re signed Yesterday to Devote Time to Private Interests. i "Wade tt. Cooper todciy returned to the presidency of the Union Savings Bank, succeeding In turn Walter ,R. Tuckerman, who was elected to that .office about a month ago whon Mr. Cooper severed his official connections f 1th the Institution to devote his time Jo the business of the United States Savings Bank, of which he also was president. ' Having found that It was Impossible to spare, from his real estate and other business Interests, tho time that the bank duties required, Mr. Tuckerman. at a meeting late vesterdav afternoon, submitted to the directors of the bank his resignation. Immediately after Its acceptance the directors proceeded to the election of r new president, and Mr. Cooper was selected by a unanimous te. Frank P. Mllburn was added to the rtliectoratc, and It Is understood that nt a meeting to be held in the near future Kile Sheets. Charles A. Oold hmlth. August Plugge, Qua W. Brahler, nnd Col. Arthur K. Handle will also be placed upon tho directorate. Mr. Tuckerman will again associate himself with tho Real Estate Investment of which he whs treasurer at the time of his election to the hanK presmency. Upon retiring from that latter office he issued the following staiciiiuiu; "I have resigned as president of the Vnlon Savings Bank, bceause I find it Impossible to spare the time from my real estat eand other business. "I return to my former connection with the Real Estate Investment Company. "I leave the bank with tho good will and confidence of all itnerests. "The Union Savings Bank is the oldest savings Institution In Wash ington and has a splendid future." The National Metropolitan Bank of Washington was today authorized by the Federal reserve board to act as a trustee, executor, administrator, and registrar of stocks and bonds. This bank Is the first national bank In tho country given this authoriza tion under the provisions of the new law. Similar authorisations will be Issued to other national banks In the, near future. While the volume of trading on the Washington Stock Exchange today was much larger than on yesterday, prices tpnded to decline. Washington Gas was the weakest feature selling down to the minimum price of 72. Both of the stocks of the Washington Railway and Elec tric Company were also slightly under icrent levels. After two shares of Gas had been dis posed of at 72, neveral odd lots totaling 27 shares were sold at 72V4, and an ad ditional block of 60 shares commanded the lowest price possible under trading conditions, being struck off at 72. The quotations were then established at 72 bid and 72U asked. The other stock sales were confined nfltta.l '......u at 88, to :iu snares or Railway common at s. , w ... ... - A. A J ana ponies ui preierreu kv bv The bond sales Included 82.000 worth of r Washington Gas 5's at l0im0lSSOiiSlS&M9tM ptr $2,000 worth of Potomac Electric Pow- rr Sonsulidat: 5's at 991; a $500 Capi tal Traction 5's at 105. and a $500 Washington Railway and Electric 4's at 81i J. Upshur Moorhead and A. Robert El more have formed a copartnership to conduct a general brokerage business In Ktocks and bonds under the firm name of Moorhead & Eljnore. The new firm lias opened offices 'at 729 Fifteenth street northwest. The partnership will ileal In all local securities and the stocks and bonds listed on"tho New York ex change. The firm will be the Washing ton correspondents of A. B. Leach & Co., dealers In Investment securities of New York. Local Sales. Washington Gas 5's, $l.no0l04i. Capital Traction 5's, 500igl05H. Washington Railway 4's, ISOOfmu. Potomac Electric Cons. 5's, $l,U00t&9!, $l.nrKy&99i. Washington Railway Com., 1088, 25 S8. Washington Gas. Ml 73. 173, iO&l-'A. C'?72t4, 2Cfi7-Vi. 25tT72. 25872. After call Washington Gas 5's, $l,tXK) 104. Washington Railway pfd., C684. Realty Transfers 1805 Vermont avenue northwest Carrie H. Lewis to James II. Wilder, lot 103, square ftl. 11.400. 1410 V street southeast Alexzner Dunnlnrton to Daniel A. and Clara M. Kelly, lot SO.'. square 0773. Anacostla. $10 (t(tainp 60 cents). Iropect Hill Bernard O. Drown et ux. to Kurnlo I. Wood, part of parcel 183 oier '.9, 110. 1215 Tenth stioet northwest Mary K C!are et vir, t'llnton, to Frances (5. Carroll, lots 135 and 126. Ktiuaro S6S. $10 (stamp til. County Walter A Hell et ux. to William Hicks, panels 2'J over 17. and 228 ner 71, 110. Xli and 20H P Btreot nortlin eat Walter A, Usll et ux to Hurry U. Hell, tot 62. square 1262: and parcel at over 64, 110. County William Hicks to Emma O. Bell. parcels 22J oxer 17, and 2JS over 71, 510. Deanwood Helehta Ida M. Smith et vir. William to Frank Carter, lots 13 and It. block 16. 110. Steamer Sails With 800 Horses for British Army nORTON. Fob. 25. The T.eyland liner Tlohemlnn sailed for Liverpool today with an immense rargo of army supplies nnd about 800 hoines for the British iirmy aboard. The horses came from the West, and will be cared for bv sixty hostlers, mostly American citizens. FINANCIAL The Safest Investments Are those that do not fluctuate during dis turbed conditions of the money or stook roar gets. First deed ot trust note (Brat mart. Bagea). well secured en real eatau la the Utrlct of Columbia, constitute "gilt -edge" loveatmants. Tbev do not depend upon the financial rnponalbiuty ot Individuals or cor. flotations lor their lability, and are eternal rom taxation aa personal property. We eaa upply such Uiveatmenta In amount froa titto upward. Send for book.. "Cuuoarala Loan and lnvtitmenu." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO.. ta U'iU STRUCT w. MONEY TO LOAN -J- ON :dol trmt. REAL ESTATE tZlU JOSEPH I. WELLER,8ao"B!:?: n'A". AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS Local Market. GOVERNMENT BONDS, Bid. Asked. U. S. Reg. 2's U. 8. Coupon 2s U. B. RC(1. U. 8. Coupon 3's U. S. Reg. 4's U. S. Coupon v4'a , QAS BONOS. Washington Gas O's Col. Una & Elec. 6's. 9Si 99',s VJtk , 98V4 101 , 101 109 110 101 70 101 RAlLROAli Rriwna J0GT 99V4 Capital Traction R. R. 5's.... 103 .". rot. auar. S'a Anacostla & Potomac ffa. EU.y Suburban 6's Metropolitan R. R. 6's...., Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4'a Vk ash.. Alex. & Mt. V. Bs.. W., B. & A. B'a J9 99V4 101 104. 80V4 87V 80 MISCELLANEOUS BONDS, Potomac Elec. Cons. 6's 894 uiuiiiuu .ciec. v.ons. t otomac Elec Lt. 6's. L. & P. '.telephone B'a 104K I 103 105 Amer. Tel. tt Telga. 4'a.. Amer. Tel. & Telga. i'n.. X. C. Paper Mfg. 5'a"... Wash. Market 5's, 1927 Wash. Market 6's, 1947.... IV. M. Cold Storage 5's.... N. & W. Steamboat 6's... ggs Realty (long) 6'.. Kiggs Realty (short) 6's.. 89(4 MM M 9-.') IKi 95 103 100 100 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction 95 1 8U Wash. Ry. & Elec. com.. Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd Wash.. Balto. An nf.l 88 84U 30 72 Washington Oas Amer. Tel. & Tela 118 TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype 173 , MINING STOCK. Greene Canunea 23 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. American Nat. Bank 160 Capital Nat. Bank 200 Columbia Nat. Bank Commercial Nat. Bank..:.... 190 District Nat Bank : IK Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 243 Federal Nat. Bank 138 Lincoln Nat. Bank 160 173V4 170 255 210 Metropolitan Nat. Bank 10 200 b70 150 rA 300 280- 128 2i'i L'O Kiggs in at. Bank Second National Bank mat. Bank of Wash TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. tc Trust 276 National Savings tt Trust.... 25 Union Trust Wash. Loan & Trust 225 Continental Trust UK SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 376 Bank of Com. Jfc Sa" 13 East Wash. Sav. Bank 13 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Corcoran Fire Insurance SO Firemen's Flro insurance.... IS Ger.-Amer. Flro Ins 360 Nat. Union Fire Ins g TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS Columbia Title Insurance.... b MISCELLANEOUS STOCK.. Chacln Sacks 2sn Qrapho. com 35'i 37 Grapho. pfd 73 Morch. Trans. ,i Stoiage JK . . Washington Market 17ft ... Wholesale Produce Market EGGS Nearby fresh. 23824c per doz. Southern. 23o Der doz. utiu&s ew lork. new 16Wc per lb.; nat. jcttc per id uux i&tt-iiEin print. 3tc nr TTEK lb.; tub. 33a per lb.; process 2327c per to, uivu ruubTKY-Hens, lSjiMo per lb,; roosters, lOo per lb.; spring oiilckens. 17QlSc per id ; live lurseys. 1718c per lb. LIVE STOCK Veal calvex h-.t a(.it ., lb.: heavy. SiiSUc per lb.: fi hnn ji-'... r.rt n. Ik . ...iM ,...., .. ..' ' " U hc ,u. , nfiiiiH iMiiius, ivuiu per 10, VKOETABLES (Quotations lurnish vkubtabi.is3-flotations furnished by 1n 1rt. H'aa1 Tn. i. .. - . I " i-.-i ui ra, w per narrei.. I SPJS1 .P5'?u. J L50 per sack: i-abbaw. DRESSED PORK Small. 8c per lb -medium, 8V49o. per lb.; heavy, 8HSljc er lb Receipts of eggs more plentiful, market easier. Receipts of calves heavier and market uicr. KRET. PRICE ft CO. Austria Seizes Grain. VIENNA. Feb. 25. The government has taken over all stocks of rye, barley, maize, and flour products. The distribu tion of bread will be undertaken in va rious districts. FINANCIAL CAPITAL S750.000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits Over S5 38, 006.00 Resources Over S9,ooo,ooo.oo What a Bank Can Do For Its Customers depends upon its policy, its resources and equipment. Identification with this strong, liberally-inclined bank will secure for you every advantage that approved modern banking can offer. flYour business, personal or savings account will' be appreciated. fQf Intcrtit Paid on Daily Balances 09 O 0 in Our Savings Dapartment O O . Thi Commercial National Bank THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Corner Fourteenth and Q Streets ,THE MUNSEY TRUST CO. TWO OFFICES "Munsey Bldg." and 15th and H Sts. This Bank Pays 00pv Interest on Checking "AJ Accounts Ittv Interest on Ordinary J L Savings Accounts AQf Interest on Special u Savings Accounts Figured on Daily Balances New York Stocks. Quotations furnished by W. H. Hlbbs ft Co.. members of New York Stock Exchange. lllbbs Building. 1:30 Yes. High Low. p.m. Close. Alaska Gold Amal. Copper Am.Bect.Bug.com. American Can Am. Can., pfd Am. C. & F. ....... Am. C. tt F., pfd., Am. Cotton Oil.... Am. Ico Sec Am. Smelting Amer. Sugar & R.. 37H !7li S74 I S714 , f2H MVi 62Vi I 81 37H 37 37? f 38V4 20i 10 26 93 40 16 58 S3 93 40 I 40 ...HSU 1I2K llttt! .. 45 45 45, 44 .. MM I5T 35H I 15 W .. et eo eo I &e ..ioii iom lomiiooH Am. Telg. & Tel 118V4 II8V4 II8V4I118 Am. Tobbnco 223 22IU SStlfc I 220 Am. Tob. pfd, new.... 105 10514 I05H 1 105 Anaconda 25 24 25Vi ti 94 P3V4 94. I 9H 99 90 60 WW Atchison Atlantic Coast Line. Baltl. & Ohio Bethlehem Steel California Petrol.... California Pet. pfd. 64i 63 84H 05 m 64V4 55 64H I8V4 17 17H I I7V4 53 63 53 50H I57K IS0K 157 I IDAH 81 3IH 34 I 34 40 40 40 S5 34 35 I 35 131 124 124 I MVi '84 MVi I 83 123V4 I23V4 I33j I 133V1 Canadian Pacific... Central Leather Chesapeake Ohio.... Cni. Con, Copper... Chicago & N. W.... C., M. & St. P C, M. & St. P. prd. Corn Products Corn Product pfd... .. 9!i 9Vi OK, I 0 . . 65 65 ft.) I ..144 144 144 I 147 . 10 10 10VI.I 10 Dela. & Hudson.... Distillers' Sec sw Erie 1st pfd General Motors Co.. Great North, pfd.., Great North. Ore.. Ipsplr. Con. Cop Inter. Met. pfd Kan. City & Sou.th.. Lehigh Vallev . Zl 20 30 row . 33 33 33 I 33 . 7 HnH 86 I 87 .113 113 113 I 113 .. SOW 30W 30 I 39 . 1IH 1I8W-II8 I IIH .56 55 55 I 64 ..21 21 21 I 20 133 131 133 I 130 LouiBVllle&Nashvllle 112 113 113 I 113 Loose-Wiles com.. Mex. Petrol. i Miami Copper Missouri pacific... Montana power.... Nev. Con. Copper.. N. Y Central 16 16 16 I 67 65 67 I 65V4 10 18 I0W 10 48 48 12 12 19 I 18 10 I 10 48 I 43 13 I 11 63 82 8.' 82 , 44 43 43 I 45 22 22 22 I 22 101 101 101 I 100 101 100 101 100 101 104 104 I 104 , 16 IC 16 I 16 74 71 74 I 73- 142 141 142 141 83 t3 mi I 8.1 13 13 13 13 43 43 43 I 27 27 37 I 36 46 45 45 I 44 I1R 117 118 I 117 81 81 81 I 81 ' 53 53 63 53 41 41!' 41 I 41 103 103 103 I 103 51 MM 50 49 1 1 ll 1 16 16 16 I 16 61 61 61 I 61 65 t&',i 65 I 65 N. Y.. N. II. AIL.., N. T., O. & W Nor. & West North. Pacific Penn. Railroad...., Ray. Con. Cop Rep. I. & S. pfd.... Reading South. Pacific Southern Rv South. Ry. pfd Tenn. Copper Third Ave R. R.. Union Pacific Union Pac. pfd.... U. S. Rubber U. S Steel U. S. Steel, pfd... Utah Copper Wabash, pfd West. Maryland West. U. Teleg West. Electric Bonds. 1:30 Yet HUh Low. p m Clone. Atchison Con. 4's 1916 K1 0314 mli 93 Am. T. ft T. cvt. 4's. 7 97 V7'A I 97 Brooklyn R. T. 5's... 09- C. B. & Q. Jt. 4's... Boli C. R. I. & P. 4's.... VOW Inter. Met. 4's 75 N. Y. Railways Co. i 51 9BH 09 I 99H 65V. BSVt I 9$Vi 2tH4 20V, I 2IU 7IH 74"n I 74 5:i' M I 54Vi North. Pacific 3's 62 6J 62 62Vi 83 rorth. Paclllc 4's.... 831, 83 8 Pa, Con. 3tt's, 1915.. Iteadinp 4's So. Pac. Con. 4's.., 80. Pac. Con. 6's... 100 100 100 I 10) 01 W 9IS 91 HI BIH , B0". MH 1W I 80W 09j B5i 08'4 I ojiji Southern Kailway 4's eau e:ti tMVj I 63W -outn. iiy. . 99 osi 99 1 B)v Union Pac. 4's Ms n9, wi I 89 U. 8. 8tcel Jd 5's 100i 99H 100 I 100 FINANCIAL Capital $2,000,000 Fully Paid In The Munsey Trust Com pany is conducted on sound business lines. Its methods are. clean and straightfor ward. It has no favorites trealB the big man no better than the little man, but both with well considered courtesy. Interest compounded month ly on the 2 accounts and four times a year on the 3 accounts; twice a year on 4 accounts. FRANK A. MUNSEY, President SHARP ADVANCE ON T Less Activity After Rise at Opening, Although Prices . Remain Steady. NEW YORK, Feb.- 25.-After enjoy ing a sharp advance at the opening, the stock market this mornlnKbecame less active, but remained steady, If not strong. Announcement that President Wilson Is Inclined to reconsider his determina tion not to call an extra session of CoriKrcss caused operators to take an unfavorable view of the future, and the prospects of higher insurance upon for eign cargoes had a depressing effect. London announced that the rates on cargoes of 'American liners crossing the Atlantic have been raised to the same level as those demanded from British liners. Thlh Is about 1 per cent. Here tofore, cargoes In American vessels were nsuted at half tho rate charged Brit ish ships. it! 7 tnoearLy fading Cunndlan. Pacific, I'nlpn Pacific and Reading each re corded an advance of practically a full point. Mexican Petroleum continued to hi i' flelll,,K P 2 Pnts to 67. and Haltlmoie and Ohio, after opening at tiuir ,.ab?V0, ,nc n9w minimum es tablished yesterday, sold up to 64. Sct'atary McAdoo's suggestion, call ing for an appropriation of 150,000 to conr expenses of a proposed confer ence of all the finance ministers and representative tankers of all the con tinental cmmtrloM nt th u'n-!,, n. ispherp, except Mexico, was yesterday incorporated In the diplomatic and con sular pin through an amendment at tached bv tho Senate. Since the outbreak of the European .. n, iinr mm Dern a aemana ror an increase In American trade with Latin America to take up the slack Incident to the diversion of European capital. Speaking before the American Man ufacturers' Export Association yester day, Prof Stephen Panaretoff, mlnls 1,cr?f ""'Parla the United States; J. W. Brown, secretary of the Ameri can chamber of commerce at Constan tinople, and Clayton Rockhill. consul general In thl country N for Bulgaria, told of the trade opportunities that await America in Bulgaria, and urged the need of establishment of American bnnks in the near East. Prof. Panaretoff declared that honesty among Bulgarian tradesmen Is such an established fact that tho American manufacturer could well afford to ex tend credit to the merchants of his country. Agricultural implements, wood nnd Its products, nnd boots nnd shoes ore the articles, he added, which uuuiu iinu most ready sale. FINANCIAL rr CAPITAL EARNED SURPLUS... ..11,000.000 ..11.000.000 Even the Most Capable individual executor may be incapacitated by sickness or removed by death. The fiduciary service ren dered by this company is in variably efficient and its life is PERPETUAL. XV Personal confer nc and eor rcHpondohco on trust matters In vited. The Washington Loan & Trust Company Cor. 9th and F Sts. JOHN JOT EDBON. President. LOST AND FOUND V ILI, PKIISON uho found handbag Mundav IiIcbki- mall p,iHrs tl!fei inmipj ) to MltS M. ('.UNA I'. 10.'7 North Capitol tt. IVDV.S OOLIJ WATCH, lost belVn lltli and lith at. N V. Finder return to lsi: lltli at .S. w. and racthc liberal reward Ol'KRA GL.VSSES In chamula uag. pulr li.nif kid gloNot: lot on South bound Brentwood cr arl' Friday mornlns. Liberal reward. 80 I. H. N. V HELP WANTED MALE HEU'EK for blaokumltli In carriage hop; . i"J!'.J" J.'arn trale preferred. Apply W. T. I.AWTOX & HO.NS. j;os'M at N v. ' MAN Vouna whltp. for laundry wagim 7n lly Ul'I'ONT LAl'NKHV. JJ3i .Slu-rman ar. Agk for Mil, WILLIAMS. MAHKKR Rnd anorter, competent to take Tl"te? ?f,xU.eW",ent- KLLCmiC WANl TAR LU'N'DIIY, IX, H at. N g WANTK11 Colored men prepare as Sleeping lar and Train porters. Riperlence not necesaarj. RASTER RAILROADS, unl- f,?r";8 -i',rn,,,n?.(1- Wr,, 'NTER RAILWAY. Dnit :04. lndjananolls.Ind jv YOI'NO MnN to linrn linotype; exceptional opportunity: tuition t? no n i.w.r,n,' ...,.., exenlngs. WASH LINOTYPB SCHOOL 9M Kye it. N. W. M. 331. HELP WANTED FEMALE EXPERT HAIR DREHSERS nnd manicur ists wuntecl MARGARET E. dUHEBTZE, Kenuls Bulldlntf. 11th and G sts. N. W room 20?. " FITTER AND DRAPER-Expetlenced. Connecticut ave.. 2nd floor. 1128 1 GIRL-Colored. neat and Intelligent, to help with housework and help In a confectionery store; a country ulrl Is preferred. Apply at 1251 Walter place 3 E. GIRI Experienced on ladles' coata and skirt. Apply nt once. 713 D st N. E 1 WOMAN for ave. N W. housework. Apply 1002 Pa. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. REPINED BNGI.IHH WOMAN wishes .1 Hon as companion or maid to elderly lady. AJdress BOX 90. Times office. WORK, with private family or In hmall cafe Address M. u T. 1. 514 10th at. mv. SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally: seances Tues. & Ihurs. eve nlngs. Ph. Line. W8. sit N. .J. ae. 3. E. MRS WHITE. 7IS 22nd ST. N. W."-iseaTca Wedmsday and Friday evenings, private readings dally. Phone West 30 J. V MISS C. VOEGLER, I."0? "ry Tues. anil T hit. eve, at 8; private readings dally. lt th nvv. HAVE AN INTERVIEW WITH ICEULER mot noted slate-writer In the world Hailj for short time 1362 Parkwooj place; 14lh st car Phone Columbia 2270 MADAME CUKNIbH Noted spiritual mecli. urn; read vour lire correctly; glvea names, facts, rer.cngs dally. &37 8d st. N. E.. cor. F. near t njon nation, ladles only i MRS J. K MALTny. Kenols Bldg. 11th and J N. V , Room WS. Meedngs Wed. and rii., iv p. m. a iiiessagv to each. Dally readings. V n m to a:ju p. in. rn. it. 16U MRS. C. ROTH S"?,, i'L Tburs. eve.: AoacosUa car. IM Itk su' a. O. w YORK MARKE FOR HZNT ROOMS Furnished. 1A. AVi:. N, W 1206-Heautlftil warm si'nnv room; hot water nlwas; rates for n Inter, tipp. Hale Ixli ; no rar far. LA (IKANI)K, APAIIT. 8. C07 4th W. .Mceiy iurnlher room near bath! ,rlafo family, reasonable. L HT, N. W., i27-Clean nicely furnlnhed 2nrl door room next bftthi js ,0IltIl. H con. 1 venlence. tth ST. N. W 813-Nlcely furnished front room for two; also tingle room; quiet, con venient horns N. Y, AVE., its-Baits of rooms, iu!Ubh for dentist or doctor's office. V imODK lSIAND AVK. N. W.. 9-Irlvate family, 2 adults; nicely fur. rooms for gen tlemen; all conveniences; aood location; sly. Ilah. well kept; nhone N. 5165. O HT. N. W., WS-Ijirge front 2nd lloor room, aultablo for 2; bath same floor; ita vonable. 11 ST. N. w 4l2-Flrt floor, two communl tatlng rooma. 88: good place for chlldivii. Sth ST. N. E 716 Nice small room; near two car Hues; aultabl for ladyVir gentle- L,BT, N. W SOJ-Ileautlful first floor aouth iront furnlahed room; convenience. i II ST. X. w Oil-Warm clean roomn. 11.50 up; central; tranMcntu accommodated. 1 Bth N, W 712 ltooma furnlahed reasonable; h. w. h.; plenty hot water; convenience!. K ST- N. W 1115 Front room second lioor; team heat; near bath; reasonable. 622 N. J.AVE. N. W. near Union Station; nicely ftfrnlahed roma and bath; tranilent accommodated. Phone. It ST. N. K 41-xceedlngly handaome nely papered well heated 2, 3. and l-room apartments; furnlahed In beat of atyle. com P'r'. l"r housekeeping; everything new; 17.t.0 122.50 and 127.60. 13th ST. N. W., llOS-Second story front room ni-wlv furnlahed: ate am heat; telephone. ! aillARp 8T.ti:44-Two nicely furnlihed and well heated rooms. Tel. Col. MH.J. PA; ,A.VE; N. W.. 1609-Two-room. apt., rom. pletelv fur. for h. k.; modern, gea range: low rent: alao alngle rooms. M. 717T. th HT. N. W.. 0t-Well furnished rooma with or without prtvata bath; noma chok ing. i Unfurnished. 4th ST. N W 740-Flrat floor. 1 communl eating rooma, (Hi second floor, 4 rooms, 116; 3rd floor. 3 rooms, 19. for colored. ' Furnlahed Or Unfurniahed "ILT' .?' .w' 12-Tvo communicating rooms, furnlahed or unfurnished' I. h k ; reaaonable: excellent neighborhood: transient! accommodated! t. ROOMS AND BOARD iN HT. N. W., 837 Large room. 2nd Poor, near tmlht for one or two persons; excel Jent table. OC,TyjiA CAFE, Col. road. bet. 16th and 17th Two furnlahed rooma. excellent toblo board. Phone Col. 61. 2nd HT. N. E.. 101 Large bright newly fur. rooms, near Capitol; splendid location; r fined family. OIRARD ST. N. W HSi-N.wy fiwnlshed. home cooking; excellent table, all modern ern conveniences, piano. II HT N. W SlO-Front parlor, aultable for 2; alio Ingle room, excellent mm. t". week .ch ith N W , 2i-IUMti and board. 15 tier week: 6 o'rloc k braakfat. table board. 1 3 0. GRANT PI.ACE. N. W -Eaoi cant slnsla table. ana aoUDie front rooms; redned houxe. 15 week. excellent MONROE ST.. 13tT-Two rooms with board, private family; all convenlencea Col ti.;. TABLE BOARD ISth & CONN. AVE.. UO-J-Exrollent tabic board aid aervlce, also elegant rooms. 1'nnne- n ima MONROE ST N. W.. UHl Excellent board, home cooking; hot bread dally. Col. ?:77 L HT N W 90-Excellent home cooking; $3 week. table board. PERSONAL THE VACl'L'M TREATMENT RESTORES the ClRCl-LATION of the RLOOO iTul EHSENT1ALS of NERVB NfTRITKJN to he DISEASED PART and ELIMINATES DISH K S b, BOOKLET AND CONSULTATION FREE. Hour 9 a m to 8 p in PROF II. N D. PARKER. 710-715 BOND RCILUING. MISS WELLS M"'"-,n, "" Healp rreatment Hours,' to 5 933 O at. iiw.. Apartment ;. Third 1 1 no r. Dermatologist Institution. Kace corrector, all Mamlahea removed from the face: Imperfect feature), birth or acci dent, corrected, rough and -coaree pores tmoothrd. and akin refined: complexion cleared; hollows and wrinkles removed. U22 li si. i nuns jm, 6M. MISS STURN MANICURING. mioo o tun ix gcup treatment. Til 11th st. N. W.. third floor. MISH JAMRRON. manicurist and chiropody, hours, 10 a- m. to 6 P. m. 1212 N. Y. ave N. W.. 2nd floor. ' j M'VTiJ-iJ 'I 'I i. ijiijul . 'I I I I--I-I--I--1 I-I--X--I- ;;DR. REED 804 17 STREET ! '. The Most Important Advice that I can offer to any man or woman who Is suffering from any acute, chronic or special disease Is - - iu lose iimueuiaio sicpsj to Got Well, 606, Bacteria Vaccines. unu an mo new serums and antl " toxins administered. Blood teas "mado. Laboratory stocked wiOt iiu;iuiu( iiio oest in medicines ..Xv?r 32 J',ear8 Prctlce In treating ufiUrrS.'v. Ind'K?l'o". Constipation. i Hies Throat Lun, Brain, Heart. .riilood, and Skin Diseases, nheul inausm, all stages of Blood Polson- i. UK, xservous and Ueneral Debility !n?rTC?.1'ovv'' Medicines tarnished! .Office Houib: 10 to 1: S to 6. BurTl aays, 10 to 03. i Dr. Wm. T. Baltfus, Specialist I J rain, nervous and stomach dlsesVg- nr . pervlco and medicine, 12; se. cor. dih and K ,,w. .wu. w w. ,. m w y. ill. n. M. Z51B. MISS CAIN, Manicuring sod Scalo Trsai. ment. 716 7th st. N. W.. Apt. 1. Myi. nlnga by appointment. Phone Main 7125. 1I4 TEETH WITHOUT PLATES FEEL lJOK and seem like natural ones. DR. J. K. NORTHWOOD, Evana bids;.. 1420 N. . ave. Tel. SSS1 LADIES TOO 8TOUT FOR FAsin6N-n latest decree, shoul ild take' up the eclantlAc "Irene System" of reduction Introduced bv MRS. LANE. 601, Iroquois. EXQUISITE! "M AND C MASSAGE CREAM. At department and drug stores Ue sure to ask for It. AUTOMOBILES oa c -.irt.wk iciicry car, goou ci o,-xt-.i . t-rr v..,,. .. tlon: sell reasonable aulck buver. Mnnv 1NG bTAB BAKERY. 1230 C N. E. Ill DSON 4-d(Sor touring car; mec'ianlcally rfoou as new; new tires; new top; looks Loot -ind is KOod, 8400. MARION, 191J touring car; Al condition cheap. OVERLAND touring car, 4-door. 112 model $2M). A BARGAIN. SMITH-TREW MOTOR CO, S2J 14th st. N. W. Phone Main 4J07. 1 For Hire. 5-PASSENGER. 12.60; 7-passenger. (160 per hour. Powhatan Hotel. ISth and I'a M. 6'.V7. M0T0RCYCLEtrSr BICYCLES MOTORCYCLES and blcsclcs. new nnT'Jeo'- ond hand, bought, sold ami exclinnucj. If vou want to sell CCC lib it ou want to buy OI-'L' UO. We nandle all makes Terms to uit New blouses 8"' afch Hnd 86 montlilj "Do it Today " Tel Jl 26( T. N MUDD. Jr. Inc., (.2) tih HARI.EY DAVIDSON. 19H twin, londltl-.n AI, Haverford. first-class, J.5 RepHlrlnx .u.d Hcenrle9. J. S. BERRV.M N. 1013 Mli si MorURClV'l-K Excelsior, twin sell cneap for caih Call after & , m K MAflK WARD. lvor and Henry at. Ureniwoi.d. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS Piano Tuning. NEW olono riM.nlr ihn,, i . .11 ,.,... 1. .... anteed; planoa tuned.' U.w'; plionoxranha organ., pianos repaired, let Infshed. Jtored. Uphblatering. (PIECE PAItLOIt BU1TD UPHOITlIUEIi. INO CO., 1007 7th at. nw.i M. C237. Duplicate Letters. NATIONAL. I.ETTEB fiKHVICK. BUSINESS BLnLDERS C. g. OnBEN. Mgr.. S19-;o Munaey Itulldlng. Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. "Have It done right. Get Caaev." Prices on all work reduced for a ahort time only. Let us glve you an estimate on yuur plumbing, rooting and stove repairing. CASBV & CO . 07 ltth st. Col. 15J. FOIt A OUARANTEEU JOH of loof repair .lnA, Painting, or heating sen (jm. II. IIOYD. 10 H t. ne. Phone I.lnr. 973. Mattrrtujea and Boa Springs. REN.?VATBD an(1 m, over hair and felt mattrjaaea, 11 50 for double alee bed. .-SACJUE HEDDINO COMl'ANT. IW 7th St. N. W. Phons North f.210. RENOVATED EMADHI K-covEmisrj CAP. BKODINO CO. $1.00 and up. 141 7th St. North (21 Translators. TRANSLATION JIUREAU-Tranalatlon In . , ."auagos promptly executed; commer cial tranalaUona a apeclalty. 401 District Na. tlonal Itank Hldg. Window Shades. WE ALSO SHALIE THE PRICE. Opaflue shadoa fitted. 35c: oil opaque or, do maatlo Holland shades, EOc; duplex, cimbrlc shad. 7tc. KLEEBLA'IT'H. 11th & II N. E. Awnings. Win WAIT AND PAY MORE? Order your awnings now and get tho reduced price. W Indow Shades and Screens. R. C. M. 11UR TON A PON. 911 E at. Mechanical Engineering. GUSTAV E. HAAR, Mechanical Engineer. Deelgnlng. drafting. KihK. "k""- mlil-wrlglitlng. gene?ij machine work: repairs promptly attended to 12 Ooud Hoiie ltd . Anacoatla. Line. 3903 Carriage, Wagon & Auto Rspairmg. C. B. STEWART, formerly 18tt L, at., now r-lli.' cor 14th nl D- PP- District bids Carriage, wagon auto repair, painting M lill General House Repairing. WE REPAIR YOUR HOUSE Inside, nnd out and anything ln It. Send for ua now. Don t wait until we're busy. , r- BROWN. BROWN BROWN, 77JSya at. N. VV. Phone Main 40O. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS PIANO EXCHANGE 1237 G N. W. PIANOS BOUGHT & SOLD. BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND I'lANOd KOR THE CASH BUYERS. At prsve'nt, $350 Hallet & Davis upright $75 $300 Harvard mahogany up., $90 400 Bnggs upright $60 $350 Gilbert mahogany up., $85 $600 Cecilian Player Piano, $150 C T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILL-ISO FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax; keeps the floors clean and bright and rives them a polished finish : ooJ for furniture Irv It. 5ic xal . delivered 113 Pa. ave N W. M 5451. On Market over 25 vtjrs ' I HAVE A PAID UP TUITION for a full .uurise in .auonai Automobile School, not having time to continue with course will sell same at a sacrifice. FRANK TYLER. 527 7th st 1 GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, $65. SQUARE PIANOB. ti. ORGANS, fj. LAWRENCE'S. S10 F TUNING, U 50. 25.(00 HARD BRIi'KS and lumber from four frame houses, very cheap, quick, oth at S. E . bet. O and Virginia ave ' Hot bed sash, unglazed, 3x6. f7sr made In Washtnicton, each.... fDC THOMAS W. SMITH, Jon. island BABY CARRIAGE for sale, large: in condition, K. 71S Talor st N W. ;ood HRAK.s RED, spring, mattress, ihalrs. also small refrtnerator. cheap. 71K Talor st. nvv WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell jour sroods to the man uho gives the most money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. 1 HIGHEST pASH prices paid for worn cloth Ing: either ladles' or gentlemen's; send pos tal; will call H. TARtSHEtr. 13C 7th . N. W. Thone North 4 1 BEFORE SELLING YOUR FURNITURE Drop postal or phone Main 4110 to NOTES' FURNITURE HOUSE. 814 E at. nw wnere you wm get a square deal. SEE U8 BEFORE SELLING YOUR HOUSE. HOLD FURNITURU CARPETS. PIANO& ETC. DIG PRICES PAID. EDGAR BAUM. 422 E St. N. W. Phone M. 74-M CLAIRVOYANTS PROF. D. B. BRUCE, THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN. Palmist and Clairvoyant He is acknowledged by the Europm and American press to be the greatest bonder of the Holence of Mvsterlea He Is Inf.iillblo Ittthls line of business. The wntld has ncer aeen his equal. Can be consulted on nil affairs. 1213A Walter place rf 1:. Hours a. m to 10 p in. Sunday from . to 7 p m. Phone Line. 1061-W. N. U. No letters will receive any attention Cut this adv out: It will not appear dally Take Lincoln Park car and get oft at Thirteenth Ej. E. Office between 11 and C sts. ZENITA Clalrvojant. uuJ.j.u gives names; 14th St. to 1234 Jth st. .. W. Card Reader; moved from 1927 ESSIE DELMAIN Palmist, clalrvoant, card reader, test reading. 10 icntn. palmistry. SS centi- life reading, iO cents; card leading 60 cents. 11 a m to 9 p. in. C13 7th at ,iw ! WANDA PALMIST and CARD READER. 7th N. W. MME. VERNER, NOTED PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT, Has removed her of lice to Uw 11 st. N. W. FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double Selng poera. Future, courtship, niarrl- age. business, guaranteed SU Eve st. N V MME. OARLE'lxA, CLMRVOYANT. IMPREShlONAL CARD READER. PAI.M1ST. inner met vou vet TEI-li YOl'ltAMK. OltJEiT OF CALL NAMES OF FRIENDS. ENEMIES, occupu tlonk. where they live, if true oi false, means hat she sav. Dallv ami Siindav noL'its 705 8th St. N. W. , ,TUM PALMISTRY AND CARD READINGS. Mrs. R. LUSBY, Latest Fate Cards and Charts Usd. Closed Sundays 938 N Y. ave. for ladles only Mine. Catherine, 50cs 5th N. W. Palmist and Card 1.. vice on business ,l.: Jer Gives reliable nd .ove atMlrs. ! HORSES AND VEHICLES HORSES-Two good cheap. t0 lj sore m.irts two Biiod joung horses 421 Sth n FOR HIRE lloises, carriages vvsKona, dn, week or month; special pines GEN I i". ERY CO. INC.. rear 337 l'.t ai M tiv7 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO, 711 l"th islhle machines rented J2 60 per n onlh and l'l at Irom to ' ; M'c frlns REBU1LD1NO AND RErAUUNa. Voend vVN.7,t fh,'U ..",,k. K("0 llmm- "HTS-On Thurnlay. Kebruarv 23. 1SH. at anTao ,. 'i '".L1" rl,y' '"IV .lro!n i'"' y ?. '" nl "e resident of hln r.ar.'nt. flke IMS of nihS.n1"1 Vnr KO'1. ''"n-" ;-J, Kentucky avenue aoutheait. JOBKl'll unored ault.Qiorr.f.elil.0W".'lt,;i.,""n'' ,,UV "ew. "KT7" ln ,c '' "" of ''In ajie. beloved with n sTlJhTll .!? in.l"!1 other" re nle,J on of Krancc.ka and Andrew Metx. jTi'btip HEW " .1,.wt,V "j :LW,W- . J""lc- ur "-"" ner. 1 DEATHS 1 aoi.un.V-On Wednenday, Tebruary '4. at 5 west, HOUKIIT A, OOI.DEN, In til . in,, ai mi resiaenre. 111 11 atreeuanutn- enty.eenth yriar of Ilia ate. I .,Flln"l private from his residence. .114 II ,rcet southwest. Friday at 2 p. m. ' 1IARIIECK On Monday. February 2, ISIS, hi o " ciock p. m nt her residence, It street northeait, 1LEI.EN 1XJUISE, 1116 l.e aged loyd wire of Theodora liar beck, loriv-nine venra I Iuneral from her late residence. Friday, February 26. 1916, at 2 o'clock. Friends and relatives Inxlted to attfnd. 1 IN MEM0RIAM (Notlcea for this column aro accepted at 60 cents flat, either pros or poetry. In case no tlce doea not exceed tan lines. Add 10 cents for each line In excess Of ten.) Vital Records Births. John M. nnd Catherine A'. Regeon, girl. Thomas J. and Rachel 'Tucker, girl. John and 1-ella Harris, boy. Thcnms and Edith Halsllp, girl. T. Smith and Nellie Oarges. bo. Arthur C. and Lrlla M. Fisher, boy. John S. and Ella Iirury. girl. .(nines and Mary Dawson, girl. Jamea P. and Mabel H. Marker, boy C.arv and Elenora Wllnon. boy. John w. and Ellxabeth Mudd, ulrl Ilnca dnd Adelc Ulake. boy. Marriage Licenses. William J. II. Miller and Elian E. Mortimer. Willie O. Oram and Willie Long, of JUr- rleonburir, Vh Jumes ('. Amiss and Elizabeth I. Heel:. Deaths. Sunaii C, Moran, 70 years. Garfield Iloaoltal Helen u Harbeck, ears, 1116 11 dtreat northpant. !,.. t, .1 -. . -. ".....'. " "er. vrs. aw n smart northwest. Thomas F. Herbert atreet. 82 years. 33: Lowell Harold C. Truman. K Vears. 50C Tenth street southeast Joseph Battell, 75 years. Georgetown. Unlver- altv HoBpltul. Murtha A. Gruson. V, xara. 1109 Sixth street northeast. Rosa A. Bond. 67 years. 1130 Eighth street northwest. Martha Burroughs, 32 eara. 4S9 M1 street , southwest. Andrew J Barker, 72 Jears. J12 C street northwest 'V. Almlra Lowe, S3 jcars, 463 M street north- west. Robert A.. Golden. 77 yeara. 814 B Mrcet southwest. Henry J. Trode. 55 years. George Washing ton Unherslty Hospital Grac L. Benton. 16 years. 1236 Glraral street northwest. Sophia Volght, 79 years, 5239 Wisconsin aenue northwest Mnry A. Thomas. 32 years, 303 Ninth street southwest Mildred A Held. 1 month. Sibley Hospital. lola Marshall. 20 jears. Washington Asylum HoKpltal. Alidionso Woddwn. 40 years, 2241 Twelfth street northwest. Solomon Brooks, b9 years. 1523 Tenth street northwest. Annie Waters, 20 years. Golllnger Hospital. Theodore Grant, jr., 15 years. 1913 Templo avenue northwest. Mary Bell. 3S years. 1618 Covington street northwest. , DouglasH Diggy. W) jears, Washlngtorf Asy lum Hospital A,r,hur JifJ-'""' " 'eB. Casualty Hospital. Fannie White. 31 years. 1414 C street south cast riiHrles Harris. 42 ears. Providence Hospital. Marv Montague, 55 years, 429 New York avenue FLORAL, DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS of every description-moderate prices. FOUDE. ui 1214 F STREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & LIVERY. S52 Pa. ave. N ' Telephone M 1383. WABHTNGTON. D C. THOMAS F. MURRAY & SON . Fun'r"l Directors and Embaltners. ?JUEast fapltol st. Phone Line. 71. 2007-11 Nichols ave. 3. E. Phone Lino. 12J. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ANY ONE WISHING to rent a 7-room room inn huiise, furnished, every room occupied near Y. M C. A., write me. UOX W. Times office i - FOR KALE First-class pool room, rlsars and tobacco established 15 vears; centrally lo cated, good business: rare opportunity: con sidered best stand In Washington; -viu be sacrificed on account of other businesa Ad dress, UOX M. Times office. POULTRY SUPPLIES ,-iE&-?A.-nERif.or b1b.y ?nlck8' tone's RED ..,..?? DhP- WJ" Positively prevent and cure "White Diarrhoea" In little chicks or money baLk. eversthlnir for poultrmen. WASHINGTON POULTRY SUPPLY HOUSE S16 !nh st. N. W REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES McCRAY REFRIGETRATOR COMTANT Refrigerators that are uneaualed. m , 611 F ST. N. W, We Build and Repair Refrigerators. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. RENTS REDUCED-1406 Harvard mr, nr , H5. 17 2nd st ne.. 7r. b. IJSM; a K it nw. 7r. bath. J.1 60 R. M MORRISON. 010 F st N W. FOR RENT Arlington. vT! 6H acres 12 rooms, water In kitchen; outbuildings: naxt w Ireless Station 125; do better on lease; make good boarding house, (.lose to cara. CHAS. n. ML'NBEN. ,M2 N.-T. ave. FOR RENT Houses: colored tenants. 839 11th st. S. E . Sr and bath; large back vard, 116, iheap. OWNER. 526 6th at. S. E. 1010 4th ST. N. W Ten rooma anefbath; furnace heat. "125.50 t J. L. KOLB. Arent. S23 New York ave 1287 Wisconsin ave. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. HSHHH-!M-I-M"I-HH-M-H-i' I APARTMENT. !. v . Desirable, 6-nfcin and bath apart-.4. """It JU-t, ttllAIKUt lUVttlVU IH ' I llJUl si N W . Jn The Wallraff Apart. Iivnllt lite inn ,t 1AAn.I . Ae 1?IU "S" X W. .1. PILLING, 1416 F Street N. W. r 5"5H-r-r-HIH"W" riVE-ROO.M BATH APART.. 2nd lloor, h. w heat. $.'7.60 month Vacant March 1st. 6th hi N W Inquire Janitor. S ROOMS and bath, front. Ui 60. 5 roomi and bath, front. 132 60, 4 rms, bath, f.'2.60; electric elevator, telephone eaoti apartment. The Falrniuiit, 318 New York ave. N. W. S W COc KRELL. 02 F St. N. W. llth ST N. W . 737 Four rooms, and bath, for of lice or Hat: modern Improvements. Furnished. 12th SI", N. W. W.' Furnished apartment of two moms and bnth, running water, hot water heat, electric lights l MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN MONEY TO IX) AN on real estate; lowest rates, prior payment privileges; large mounts '1 LEP A RUTHERFORD, 723 l" al MONEY TO LOAN 1260 to I4O0.000 on D. C real estate. Several trust funds. 4V4 o i per cent All transactions conducted with ecuiiouiual consideration for borrowers WM 11 SAUNDERS a: CO.. Southern lluildlng U7 16th st. ,V, w BUILDING LOANS AND SECOND TRUST. lli.nev to loan at 6 per cent on District Ileal Lstate. Any amount truin J.'W to JJ.OCO. en llrst or second tr Jsi, in straight note or iiioiuhb paincnu. 'lakes onl thru das te make them, - PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO.. Ill 14th ST. N. W. Special Notices T1IB ST. JA.MKS IIOTKL PAINT1NOH Our attentluti In callcil to iiubllcutlons ! jug notoriety to our tmlntlni; called 'llaM.-u ' by the Inte Marnpll l;c I.aim, ivliono limplr-' atlon wan from llyron'a lion Juan. Catilii 1J, niHCII inrilieriV ttrariA tmr llu,i Iml - JSSm nf ill ai" i""" K e" ru"m '" t,,p hnr room or the Kt. Jatnee Hotel. This painting' 1)7 r"jclnlng female dlaphanoinly elld In fods from n waist 'down. In the ,-ealni ot crttlclain there Is no fixed standard to which 5!'" n appeal, but If this painting wero & by. t' 'e "f works of art In thn wfirtrain ASl a"y and llko gatherings. It Wi?.2 . .,a,",d 1" -ut modest, and any tsUtlc confrary would be taljed fan- i,A!l X2 ol,r l"cn,l Picture, It la nothlpa mora than a sea nymph or mermaid. ' - H T. WHEELER. ManaKer. PAINTS. UtbTi'.CA ,F,'oon .FINISH l afteti Iml ioC SSL .F'ASr .??. . One gallon1' Wll III waterproof n,t un ... . It's "IF IT'S OOOD PAINT, WE KAV&4T.' W. F. ANDREWS, 1.M4 Hth et. N. W. PHONE NORTH 4?0 OIIIROPR ACTIO eu "" iiMrl t.,.1 1. u..- .A from Headache" UZliFJXutl- Si1" J,,lliB- Pnralisla? I n KiIT Mnllv re"ve JoiMwIth llttl.. n no Vvn'qriM kf. "V ,,rov' ' JO.SBF EARI. WIUSON, Doctor of Chiropractic. 601 Sth Kt . K- Phone I .INC. 360-J SHADES! ''"(ai r;nEi.NKi:rtT for su. Ity. Will r.ti V.r.::r,KAn"nr''P .indntiai 10c t quality 50c. I2,i ' Upanuo nhad at. N. E 1.41J5. COAL AT RIGHT PRICES" 0ON;eM NewYork ave. Phone Main I4 KITCHEN EQUIPM'ENTT DHSS-,e,A V?ut Moneuso Co"4' Ranges, RefrlBerators, CookinK n. A. Trefethcn. Mtr- ii-m n a . I . . ' i-akpets thorouohi.v nil S ? - 5 ALBBRT'KTlV.Wt J .urnlshed: I.t..... " " "ssp r Pta. M. 2036. " "-" ' " tt. aw. PBukgEC2xHS.MTS AND ACmrORH. TY. TlTn UAriK" i ft .,''AJ.' TiinuirArr f ft1.?". A, "'K'-'Air ii", fioutheTn ,r'""S. .n?.uii' -.. 44- " " "MS. Ph. M. 85M. COAL? .?E8T QUAL1TY-2-TON LOT3 Subject to wtb.r and deVt'lnatio"" 7,1, BtC-NMWEDW s. M, allI5"i.!i0,,L.room PPered. U up; work A L$wib! ,'rSl!l?te 'rfully alvea. R? A. LBVIB. m 1st at. N. W.. tag (;hl b .WALL PAPER FREE! .tn .0,t up to 2M Pr roll. Investliai. ' offer. ARTHUR J HOJGHTON ' H4f Conn, ave.. Fhona N. 2363 "uu"iurt- " Typewriter Repairing. Typewriter Cleaning &. RenalrlnaVn lit? y. RiTLN01?0 0N,?KD vjgii. Jo H J. . Phone Line. 21 23. J. LEGAL NOTICES RICHARD M. THOMAS. Attorney. I THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS- ZtSiSlflf y hI nexl 'rlnd. Irene Appier, plaintiff, vs Charles H. Flckllns et ai . r't- tMthfi.t:i?0,- 3,a'Ey Doc.h The obeft finir ,?i,"ulit U. ,0 .obtaln an absolute dlvorte JS5m. '"".Jjonds of matrlmon) now existing between the petHloner, Kathvine pper Anni"lf!;fnaIJ? Charl" " I'"'"""'", namlni f 25i. rnalla" c-rel'ondtnt on the (jround fL? tJH1" V- 1 '"Ot'on of the plaintiff. It Is K -Jl1 .day. r Februar. 1913. ordered that She co-defendant Anna Purnall cause Iier ap pearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth dav, exclusive of .sundavs and le gal holidays, occurring after the day of th first publication of this order, utherwlso th cause will be proceeded with as In rase of default. Provided, a copy of this -rder be published once a week for three suctsssh.) weeks In the WashlnKton Law Reporter, and 7tleia,hln?t0" Times before ald day F. L. SIDDON.-,. Justice. (Seal). A truu op T it : J R. YOUNG. Clerk? 13y F. K t'UN NINGHAM. Asst Clerk. AUCTION SALES ON SATURDAY. March 6. 1215. at 10 o'clock a. in . In front of United States MuraK Company's warehouse. 4IS-420 10th st N Washington. D C. there will be Mild at Public Auction, to enforce lien- for ho-rm charges, etc.. due and tinnatd. ill ir,.n,u mr. tnlture, household and peisonal effects 011 tnrnv. In noniA. nt L 1, ,,.. ln.. . i. , F. Prevent, hll is Smith. .Mrs Mltile War. W II. WILLIAMS &. Cjp.. Amtioneers United States Storage Conipanj (ln. i ON SATURDAY. March 13. 1916. at 10 nVIo, k A. M., ln front of United States Btoras Company's warehouse. 41S-420 10th st N". W . Washington. D. C there will be sold nt Public Auction, to enforce liens for Horace charites, etc.. due and unimld. all Goods Furniture, Household Hnd Personal Ufiu. M on storage ln names of R. w and Hello Briscoe. Mrs Hook. Cornelia Johnson, i torla E. McClellan. William Middleton. I.ei- uard A. Short. W. B WILLIAMS A. co. A i 'tjon.eeis. PIi7, (Inc.! United States Storage Con 12 R roo moii . furnli OWN' AND BATH, best location for uing In southeast- netting K5 per 'vol.l at once, Ji.SCO for lioute and or $6,600 for hutise Vddrosv Gi-neral I'ostofflce Lock Bov. J237 1524 OLIVE ST.. KENILWORTH. D. U-7-room house: water and sewer connection: at $16 per mo. Inquire of or phone to W. B SHAW. Kenllworth. D. C. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Snle. AT MT. RAINIER. 1 car fare nnd finest cai sen Ico about Washington, Juct ln Mil line low taxes and citizenship, a plain, mmlo.-t-able 5-room cottago with ver large rroumls. completely fenced, gas but no other mod Imps. Mnall cash puvment, balance month' also beautiful bdngalow In Rotters' llelnh's large lots. line shade, chicken run will m'1 cheap and on easy terms AppU I c ROGERS. Owner. District Line Stn iv Ilyntlbv llle. Md. FOR PALE New" house. J-rooms, furnie. lot 100130; more ground If desired, fine. ve,ll of water! chicken house, on v,nr jfe, 5c ian to 16th and H N. E. Price and tefiiiB reanou able Applv BOX 01. Times office ! FOR SALE One cent per square foot bu acreage In sight of Capitol Building, near two electric lines In beautiful reMdcmlal se -tlon. fronting Government main'almd high wa; easy pavments; 10 per munth l,ti 60-acie truck farm within hour's run of city by auto on State load; exceptional oppor tune Call, phone or write. Johnson's American & Foreign Roal Estate Excbange. V2C Pa. ave.. Wash. ' C BEAI TIFUL 6-rm. stucco bungalow, acies ground, all fenced foi chickens., cabinet mantels, gas. very line gas range, water In. kitchen, handsomely pupired and S mimitei walk from Rlverdale cars, com rates ft . per month, house double floored, doublo Bheuthed and papered, l00 cash (.'., per i i". or 1600 cash nnd S.'O pt mo Applv J ROGERS, imtiir. residence HvaisvllU, Mm p h on e Hv 66-W HOW TO HE YOUR OWN LvNDLORD on $100 cash nnd $16 month, ut CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars dro postal, telephone, or lall on WM II. RITCHIE, 317 Colorado l.ldg Tl M fi1 For Rent. THE FOLLOWING are mat and khiiIhi tuliiu homes for sensible people at low t uuix These are not fine houses and hie no cw age and running water and onl sensible peo ple who enn pay their rent need applv 1 5-rm. cottage. neail idpcre,l a nnd stoves, i verv larKe lots ull leimd fine soil $12 a month ,.rin bungalow, ncatlv paixied, lib watei In kitchen, lurgo lot, $10 a inontli 1 very plain 3-rm house with cellar khhii In ro. 1 minute's walk from station $v ApipIv J C ROGERS, owner. Din Line Sta Mt Rulnler. or HvattsviHi- Mil TWO I.AKGE 6-room houses, cltv water, Hush closets, Iatrobe heat, range m Kit It i, ' lare isirch, good shade, $12 50 per month Applv J. W BRASHEARS. 22nd and Queens Chapel nl, langdon. 1 c 1 LARGE 4. ROOM mod. Imp , attic, nrookland, lit 6" jorU lull. HOUSE b"hadv ground", porches, 13th and li'vlii. Owner, 2i) 7ih N. aV