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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915. 18 THE BEST Photoplay Department in WASHINGTON Picture Makers Take Active Part in the Civic Affairs of Los Angeies. One of theoe days the grave and reverend toicniors who Co tlio plain and fancy doi&iiIorJtis for the c.iy or Lou iVi.h' iu nii 8"-ve y mid tov erently itinuLo the present seal und sign of u iO city with a uevico wmoii will show u tiiJi.oit picture Ulicctor rampant on a liciti of koIi! with a camera In the middle distance and In the center a comcdla.i with one large suue llimly tlxed on the ground und the Other Just aB firmly placed ui,'.i"it tlie diaphragm of another uu.iioJIun who' is alum to become leuMutent! In otlier voids, the coat-of-uriiu of Los Alices will be chalnst-d to give tho motion pic ture tne center of Its stage, for the motion picture Is doing tor Los Angeles what the fruit and glorious climate of LaiUornU began. Some wceKu ago utatibtlcs were published snowing that about 60 per ient of the motion plctuus made in the vvorlu were made In or around the city of Loj Angeles. llicso statistics showed also that somo 15.000 ot the city's population earned their livinK In some pint of the manufacture of pictures. That would ordinarily bo enough to assure per sons who doubt the importance of the Industry to the city. The pictures are meaning some thing more than this, however something cntlrliy outside of the Picture industry itself. Uno of the biggest "booster" campaigns ever organised In this country has ic cently been launched b motion pic ture people under theMcadctahlp of Mack faennctt, the dlrcctor-ln-uhief of tho Kej stone Company. ihls campaign has nothing whatever to do with motion plctuics. it Is for the purpose of boosting Los An geles and that particular section of California as a great place to live. It tell3 about all the advantages of the p.acc and p,'uctK.iii noser mentions motion pictures. The "booster committee" Includes repre sentatives of all business interests but the motion picture people aie really running it, as'they aie sup plying the ideas und c.ining them out. In several other directions the mo tion picture men have worked for the benellt of tho city. For In stance Colonel Soils;, head of tho Sellg Polyscope Company, has fur nished the city of Los Angeles with a public park and a zoo The p.trk. of course, Is a p.ut of the zoo und the 700 Is a part of the business establishment of the Sellg Com pany, designed primarily to serve as ft stage for motion pictures. But It Is also part of the city. Our friend, Willard Howe, who has Just returned from a trip to Los An geles, Is enthusinstic over this phase of the motion plctuio bene fit to the city. "Ono of the first impressions a visitor receives In Los Anneles." Mr. Howe declares, "Is the manner In which the motion pLtuie toi porations ate assisting In municipal affairs entirely outside of their bustness Interests. ''A significant instnnce of this Is shown in the Sellg Jungle Zoo, which us:de from be ng a par', nt the Sellg picture plant Is also a pleasure park for the city of L03 Angolas. Lo-, 'cated.ln easy access, here is main tained a peimanent exhibit of ani mals, birds, reptiles, etc., to tho number of Z'O. "This zoo U a favorite resort of tho Los Angeles folks and Is considered by tTTe municipal officials as an Im portant acquisition to the city. While houpes, a gum g'v. , trees, bamboo jungles, dens, etc., aro scattered over the spac ous mounds, visitors to the zoo In no way inter fere with tho -midln work of tho playert. For the stages w 1th their sets anil scenes, the dressing rooms, froperty departments etc , are suf lclcntly removed from the paik as to be an institution in Itself. "Colonel Soils rnilnta'ns a corps of animal trainers who give public per formances at specified hours. There Is also a dancing pav Ulon for the use of patrons and music Is fur nished b a munlclptl band. The park Is well patrolled and rules of safety must be observed by public and players alike. During my visit there one of the actors was fined heavily for speeding In the park." TODAY'S BE3T FILMS By GARDNER MACK. Lottie P'ckford and rhnrlottc Bur ton In "Tho 1 Mainour! from the Hky," the $10,000 piizo plintopln by Hoy L, aicCnnlPll, Flltpnth Installment, thp jro!'lp, Fonrtconth street and Park road. Mnry l'lckfonl 'n "Little Fill." (Pninmnunt Prorrnm), Crandnll s, Ninth and H streets Louise filn'iin and Hpr?phnl Mnyall In "The Toast of Death " iMutual Master I'leture), the Oanleii, Hi Ninth street Frank Daniels In "Crnoky Scrucs," by Paul West. f"t n;raph), the Strand, Ninth am' D streelF "In Honor of Ol-l ninry," (World Film Corp 1 the lllnpodrome. Ninth street and Nov Yotl: avenue. Pauline rre'leriek n "Sold " fParn mnunt I'let'.r".-'). the Columbia Theater, Twelfth aid F streets "The Isie of Content" (I.ubln), the Revel e, C!eoinia avenue and Park road. Gertrude McCoy and Hobort Con ness In "June l-'rldn." (Kdlson). the Olympic, 1J.11 Vou street. Note These selpetions are made from program pveinred bv the man agers of the theaters concerned and no reponslbl!ltv Is assumed f"i" ar hltrarv ehanps without notice to The Times. Thev nre Insert on the personMI of the plavers and the productne company nnd not personal Inspection, except in special eases. O. M. EDUCATIONAL 47 til Ycur Oix-iin Oft. 1, OillO I'. SI. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (Evening Scfslons Hxcluslel). Standard courses, lending to degrees of Master and bachelor of Law The uiiilcrKruilitiitr roiirse ran)- be completed anil the i)t'j?rr- of Ilnrlirlnr of LunK ct'Ctircil at eiul itl Ht'ooitri jcur. For catalogue, application Hauls At , ad dress tho Dean, nt the Administration Office Southern RulMlnB. I'linne Main P. 17 or ufttr Sept 10 nt Nitloml Law School Uulldlns. S16-8IS 11th st N. W SU3IMr.lt SCHOOL Day Jrhool MKht School EMERSON INSTITUTE ESTA HUSHED 1852 NOW OPEN. 1740 P Mrcet .V. W. Steward's Business College 12th AND V STS N W. Washington's Leidlng R ilnes College. PREI'AIIMION for lolltke entrance and other eiumlnHtlons I- S. TII.TON, 1788 ""-h t N W I'hone North 7C08 1 PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPLAYERS By GARDNER . ; A V fit ?bbbbbbbbbbbbbbi8KbVv? JKfw aaiiiiiiiVft4 EDITH ADELE PIERCE, One of Miss Ruth PurccH'si rivals for beauty contest honors, who has just been engaged by the Lubin Company. w:r.irt v)Sj4Brrj RESORTS Atlantic City. Sptakina of Ox concrtt eaiutruetion of las BUnMm, ThJj;.Eii,ff; "It U lh coming conitruction for all artal buildint. It seeis'i eeite!, it won 8 ireo. and vou couldn't bunt it if vou tritd." fiHarlbotouob-JSlenbcim. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. , THE LEADING RCSORT HOUSE OF THE WORLD dapnclty 1100 American and European Plana The great essential of a retort hotel, s distinguished from a city hotel, is ample public space devoted to the ute of its guests, in the form ol bright and airy exchanges. Lobbies, Parlors, Galleries ancTSolariumt, affording pleastag vistas and beautiful promenade, the whole combining into a harmonious vision of grandeur and beauty, while replete with the cozy group seclusions of home, and yet affording full view of the pleasing panorama of the retort life. In this essential the JjUrlbnrnnrtll-Slmritim stands without an equal in Atlantic City or elsewhere. Its "Ownership Management," while accounting for its unique reputation, is a guaranty of the high character of. its patronage and the unexcelled quality of its service and cuisine. It employs only white service in both its American and a la carte dining rooms. It makes a specialty of its high-class music every evening throughout the year, with special Sunday night solo features. Romsni, the world's highest Tenor, of Venice, is engaged to sing at frequent intervals during July, August and September. Atlantic City, with Its only real competitor (Europe) this year impossible. Is off "ring unusual attrnctlon' and entertainments. Two firing boats are dally sources of Interest. Two trolf courses, the Yacht Club, the flshtnr fleet and tho wonderfal bithlnB- beach attract their respective devotees, while the pier amusements, the Boardwalk, the fire motor roids and the splendid hotels and restaurants, affora enjoyment to all. There is only one Atlantic City, and this summer It Is particu larly attractive. Write for Illustrated booklet and rates. JOSIAH WHITE SONS COMPANY Colonial Beach, Va. JOlSON HOUSE. On HoSnlwnlU. Rates 17 to 10 per weiU, special rates to large parties. be"er connections. P. O. Vox oi:o. n johnson itop ROOMS TOR RENT. 1. h k.; two squares from wharf Address MISS L. O. HU.NTT, Colonlnl Heach. Va. ! Ocean Vie-.v. I POCAHONTAS COTTAGE I Virginia lleat.il. S a ocean front; greatly en i larged; thoruuKhlv modern, line mble; for rates, etc.. uil'lr-ss Ms. a 1). WILLIAMS Ocean City. Md. , "THE GABLES' !;i,ye- t ixean; ecet. nutj j.ilcB. h. me- like, new mauaM ''eni ArniHtrnnn ft Trmlcr. Pen Mar. J iVit. Foire&t inn, , , 6i; enM eon tlchet Mir. Ne.v house. Lutli. .tclrliHd; largi porches, ex. table, m pirk. lilt!- Iir.i u: T S.TOI.ER Chesapeake Beach. High View Hotel Ji'.a TJSr. Iij dai tl.50. Itoom without uoard. large snl nln fiirnlslied. IS. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE .iUJ UNI FURNISHED. Phone M- 2010-2011. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, 1226 H Htreet N. W. BTORAGE. I'ACKlSd AND HHM'PINO MONr-ri MONEY! MONEY i Advsnced on storage. UNITED TRANSF'Ert AND STORAUR CO.. 8th and D sta. nw. Th. M iiiit Estimate on Packing and Shloulnz. STORAGE To fill our new warehouse we are offering special rates to our cumoiners. DISTRICT TRANSFER 483 C st N. W. Main ISM. Moving, Packing and Shipping. STORAGE Jl-mo., hauled In free; all we aek. compare our prices to others; estimates cheerfully given; central location, dry, clean storage rooms, open tor Infection at any time. 11 Daum & Son.. 912 IS. ave. M. 1254. STORAGE. Special rates for next few months; new, clean, dry stoiagn for furniture and pianos Estimates cheerfully given. Convenient lo. cation. WESCHLF.trS. WO Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main 1J2 SAFETY FIRST! Absolutely Fireproof Storage UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. alti-420 10 St. N. V. Phone Jl 42SB Private room. 92 I'rr May antl as) Moving Packing Shipping HACK. gs " I Atlantic City. Betterton, Md. U- .. f.11.-. 3 nun. to beach, excellent nome LOttage table;plent shade, lawn, porrh: ratm !; MRU M. ORKKNWOOU DANCING PROF. WnrNDHAM. 818 Uth N. W.. PK Main 647. Summer rates AH dances. Les son. 76c. LADY ASSISTANTS. I AiLLLKKS, Belasco Theater. Up-to-the-minute Dances Bummer rates. M JSIK-T OLOVER'R. 812 22nd, lighted lawn, class dances Tues., tOc; ladles freo. private lee- sods anv hour 60c; fox trot, one-step, )iilta- tlon. waltz. ;-step. latest methud Ph W. 112 LUST AND FOUND DLACK POCKETROOIC on car between ISth st. N. Vt. und 3rd st. S E. Reward, V It MARCHE. 363 Kan fa.il'ol. EYEOLASSE3 Pair; In blacK case with In- M,.rlnflnn ol llLljl.e t It o I .1 , 11. . nth Ami Ae S E. reward If returned to UK, WENZELL, Wash. Asjlum Hospital. l GOLD WATCH Iji.1) open fate, tnoiij aram. Reward If rettirne.i lo COLl'MllIA APARTMENTS. No 4 1 HfcLr vtf Art l cOiViALt BLACKSMITH and wheelwright; reliable, some one that can lepalr dump lUkuns, salary ' per week. Appl 2:09 F si N W BOY Young colored, as porter In shoe store. Apply at once. TRAVER'S, 314 7th at. CABINET MAKER, avenue. Apply 810 Pennsylvania 1 Fisher's Agency, 41 10th St. N. W. Help Supplied. Day, Week, or Month. . Phone Main 3.M8 MACHINIST Good, all around; workers 300 12th St. N. W. also brass 1 MAN Young white, to learn the lunch busi ness. THE CROWN, 1417 New York nve. MAN OR BOY (white) to milk cows and work around dairy. H. B. GATES, Col UO, Takoma Park PRESSER-Good st. Apply 2219 Mt Pleasant PRES3ER First-class at once 127 F st. N. W THE GOLD MEDALrthe highest award of the Panama Pacific In ternational Exposition awarded our proposition. We can place two salesmen In exceptional territory full Instructions given This Is the greatest seller In our business. W. WALTER DUNNE, 1 117 McGILL BUILDING. WILL PEDRO TERES call at apartment 303 Stonelelgh Court 1 WANTED Young man familiar In poultry k.?Vt'aSa V.'!?. wTy Boston Mar 1 BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES; Detailed Information conerntff tho following opportunitiea may be secured frM of charge upon pplication to BUREAU OP INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. KEY T ABBHKVIATIONB UPHD: BLAW - Free board. lodtn, na wnhln. PM Per month. PW-Pf r week. PD-Per day. PH -Per hfur. B&T Free board and lodging. HQFAM Unfurnlthed house, garden, fuel an milk. KS English speaking. Exp experienced. Tr. Adv. Transportation may be ad vanced under favorafile conditions. ITnloa athrrwlM t&td. It Mill -bt understood that all ornnrtunltles are of permanent nature, ana in nrip jb FARM LABOR, --.- i .. - .. '. -. deal red Maryland. 8TO-07. Caroline County. One tlncl clan for svneral farm work. Only Urmani. B8 not nccoteary. Tr. aav. and dJucted. U MI jor round. UlAW. , . ;tk-l(M4. giieen Anne County. One married man to do milking, attend to stock and do odd Joo. Any tS. Exp. M I'M. r.4.L. Wife can ralee cfilcktna. Hou, garden and fuel. Will take alnale man at NO'i'M, llU 8;o-TI38. Worcester county. One amgle man forjieneral farm work. Any K8. tap. Tr. adv. lis PM tear round, ULAW. I70-T1W. Harford County. One mairied man for general farm work and one tingle cook. Oerman or Bwede farm hand! cook. Oer mau. 8ede or American. E8 neceeaafy. Tr. adv. and deducted. For farm hand, fu J'M, Home, garden and milk. For cook, fit PM. UAL. . . . 170-UM Haltlmore County. One alngle ruan for general utility work, look after boree, etc. Any Efl. Prefer colored help. It. adv. lift I'M. BAL. 870-932. Somcritl 'County. Two tingle men (between 20 and 10 tears old) lor general A I farm work, Any E3. Ko tr. 10 I'M, nu.v. 870-78U. Queen Anne County. One married man fnr veneral farm work. German only. 2 cowt. Exp. No objection to one or two children. Tr. adv. and deducted. 114 P.H. Increaeo later. Work for wife yound houae. Pennsylvania. . 170090 Montgomery County. One married man for general farm work. Any Efl. No Polish. Exp. Children permitted. No Tr. 830 PM. HClFAM. n m 8701043. Delaware County, One married man for milking and general farm work. American. IS cows. Exp. Bmall temlly preferred. No. Tr. 886 TM. HOPAM. HELP WANTED FEMALE CHORUS GIRLS Immediately, also SING- KUH, steady engagement; ll to i-'J veek, transportation pa(,d. 901 G It. N. W., third tloor. COLLAR GIRL Experienced. ELECTRIC SANITARY LAUNDRY. 1335 H N. E. 1 MILLINERY WORKER Experienced; refer ences, waes, 18 per week. Apply at once, C37 JI t.N.E. WANTI1D A lady of business experience to call on parents In the Interests of the greatest educational offer ever made. We are DaUng an average of 110.00 dally to the two already employed. M. WALTER DUNNE, 117 McGIII Building. 1 WAITRESS Experienced, steady place to right oni. RADY'S CAFE. 808 Fa. ave. WOMAN PREBSKR on ladles' and gents' clothes Apply to TAVENNER'8, 71T 11th St. N. W. I PERSONALS LOUISE MAIER tw.RDBEMNOp treatment, chiropody; hrs. 9 to 7; Sun., 9 to 2. All branches taught: summer rates. 80 Kenols Bldg . lllh and O sta . M. M34 1 MRS JAMRRON. Manicurist and Chiro pody; hours. 10 a rn. to p. m. 1211 N. Y. ave N. W.. 2nd floor. ! AfTQQ WITT J Q Manicuring and Scalp JM lOO W HiJ-JIjO Treatment. Hours 9 to 4 933 G st N. W. Apartment 3. Third noor. 1 I Mil 1-H'l I 1 II 1 I I 1 l-I 111 ' inp Dcpn. specialist. ; ; . . - . rv C L. LV , m 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 . . ' to takd Immediate steps to OET . . : : WELL. 604. Bacteria vaccines, . . ..and all the new serums and antl- . . . . tpxlnu administered, illood testa . . . . made. L.aDoraiory stocaeu mm . . . . everything the best in medtelnsa. Over SO years' practice In treat- lug Catarrh, Indigestion, Con- ' stipation. Piles, Throat, Lung, ' Drain. Heart, illood. and Skin Dls- ' ' ' eases. Rheumatism, all stages of ' Ulood Poisoning, Nervous and Gen- " " " " eral Debility. Charges Low. Medl- ; " " cines Furnished. Office Hours: 10 . I : to 1. J to . Sundays. 10 to li ifo-H-t-H-H H"H"1-I"H"1"1' I II -i-H uHC S IjRN MANICURING. ,YVlOO OIUIM1, BCALP TREATMENT. 716 11th st. N. W.. third floor. 1 DR. DELLAiR. WHRELER, Mechano Therapist. Circulation and Nerve .'nr-til1.! HIT I at N. V Main Wl. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS TWO MALE thoroughbred -Hoslon terrier puppies, a bargain DR. DDRNIIEIN. 1329 10th st N. TV. USED PIANU5. ItSO rreston upright 8323 Conke upright 1275 Marshall A Wendell upright USED PLAYERS. 1700 ruclllm. r-S-note player i'.'.n Nmton ts-note player .81M . 1M : 78 .8158 . IM . Jit V,lu Uihnliifc. H.not player rEHMri ARILNOED. JUELG PIANO CO., Nth and O N. W. roit BALE One.hatf cost price, brant mw piano, neer been titken oS the Boa' of the store where l( was pur--eha.awl. Aliply 1620 Munsey Building. WAN TED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CA'iH price paid for worn cloth. Ins: either ladles' or men's, send postal; will call. 1! TAltSUKS. IJto 7lb st. N. W. Prone Vorth !"! WAN i'EU Furniture lor cash Sell your goods to the man who gltes the moat rronej. See HOI'WOOP. 8th and K. 1 CLAIRVOYANTS THE LITTLE WHITE MOTHER. MME. De LO.SH. Life Reader Adv Iter. itcirtH our lite. pnt. present, future, tells i all. it d 11 pal give', tifsiriywon:., names, In u mil dates.suri'e fncts Mi fee In ad vance, riatlntacttnn guaranted vt Hume, 10 A. M to ! I'. M. N Int'Tvlewi o'i he FalibtMi. READINGS ONE DOLLAR UP. 730 EIGHTH ST. N. W. NEAR II ST. Hring This Adv. OPP CHURCH For Free Book. T nillt,M A Excels ail others. lAtUVj&lA the separated. 1 Reunites the separated. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. 1840 7th st. N. W.. 2d floor. 1 Mine. Catherine Vdrer?np. Card Reader. Palmistry. Reliable advice on business and lovs affaire. LOCATED 18 TRS. AT 508 8TH8I. N. W. FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double Seeing Powers. Future, courtship, mar riage, business; guaranteed. Mi 12th st. nw. ! MAnAM F1FLD When ou consult her mAU.Hiu ncLu )ou conanlt th9 htit P.unlie the enrale'l N ! 12"8 7ih nw. SPIRITUALISM Mm Thplma ordained medium. iYime. ineuim, iEAii.sU daily. Circles, Wed. and Frl , 8 p m. There Is no death, come and be convinced of spirit com munlcatlon 310 Indiana ave N. W. 1 MRS WHITE, 715 22d ST. N. W. Seance Wed and Frl eves,, 8 o'clock; private readings dally. Phone West 93Q.J. l Mane A. Davidson, Ph. D. SPIRITUAL MEDIUM. Readlnga Dally, Circles Thursday. 8pm 1027 9th st. N. W. MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally; seances Tues. A Thurs. ,ven. Ings Ph Line. 3013 318 X. J. ave. 8. E. 1' MRS J. E. MALTBY. 1112 10th Bt. S. W. Meetings Wed. and Frl., 7:30 p. m a me sags to each. Dally readings. a. m. to 8:30 p m I'h North 828. HORSES AND VbnlGLtS SIX HORSES, 1 top wagon and harness. A ply rear of 478 Fa. ave. N. W, as soon as DocslbU. work for wife at 15 PM. Wanted Septem ber i. 8707354. Cheeter County. One alngle man fOr General farm nnrk. Anif.KS. pr Italian.) Exp. No Tr. IIS P U winter, zo fti summer. BIW. West Virginia. 8701371. Harrison County. One married man for general outside work around resi dence. Negro prflerred. 1-2 cowa. Exp. No children wanted. 123 Tr, adv. and de ducted. 840 PM, furnished house, garden, fuel and milk, TRADES. Maryland. 8022. Baltimore County. Wanted six or eight leadbumers Any nationality. Mar ried or single. 33-8 PD. 9 hours I'D. Tr. adv. within reasonable distance. Pennsylvania. 878808. Phlladelpniu coLnty. Wanted one lumber grader. Must know the grades ol hard and sod wood and know how to man age men and keep lumber yard in good or der. Polish or American. EB necessary. Married. No Tr. Wages not stated. 10 heura PD. SETTLERS. District of Columbia, 881801. (Farm In Virginia.) For sale or rent. J.00-J,000 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years, Interest 1st mortgage or deed of trust, or other acceptable arrangement. (Tenant ahouM hava awn team, tools and household furniture.) 141 acres In all. 65 cleared. For rent, A of any corn, oats, whest or grains and Vi of hay In stock. It any land retained for pasture privilege rent be peld In labor on place If desired. Lo cated In Prince William Co., Va. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. MT. VERNON PI., 803 Two large, cool looms, well-kept house; opposite library; a. m. I.; reasonable to gentlemen. MT. VERNON PL.. 808 Nicely furnished front and hall room; central; reasonable 12th ST. N. W, 914 Two front rooms, fur nished complete. I. h. k.; 115 month, other rooms, 11.(0 week up; transients, 50c das , square trom park. NEW JER8EY AVE. N. W.. 708 Furnlshofl room, light, cool, reasonable; all car lines. 6th 8r. N. E., SK Three beautiful furnishel rooms; complete for housekeeping; sink, range; back porch. UAONOLIA, .Apt. J, 1321 M N. W.-Large. airy room, southern exposure; excellent service. ! O 8T. K. W., 40 Front and back rowns; large, cool; 12 week up. ! BTC N. W. 615 Hall room. Id floor front; 8 rooms on 3d floor, with water !th ST. N. E., 723-Three large, cool, beau tiful rooms, furnished In the best of stile, complete for housekeeping, very reasonable Linen. 30f ! 8th 8T. N. E.. 821 Three large, bright, cool, nenly papered rooms, new house; hand somal) and completely furnished for house keeping, ever) thing new; beautiful 1 rasa beds; large porches; tiled bath; ry reason able. I 2006 1 N. Y. AVE . M Irge newly furnished front room. 11.60 to 82, transients received 1 14lh BT. N. V 1102-Apart. 1. Clean, nicely furnished iront rooms; hot water. Call after 6:80. 1 MT. VERNON PI. 811 (Opp. Llbrary)-Cool, comfortable front and back rooms; reason able. PA. AVE. N. V.'., 1208Opp. Raleigh, uleely furnished: In business, theatrical and Gov ernment districts, no car fare M ST. N. W 1J2J Large front room; south em exposure. Telephone N. M3. 1 16th ST. N. W., 817 Newly papered ana painted, entirely newly furnished, electno lights, and opposite park. 1 Unfurnished. 12th BTI. N. W 90S Pour-room flat. water heat, 818 50 per month. hOtr R BT. N. W., 803 Three nice rooms (the Id floor); private bell, bath ima floor; l.h.k. 1 Furnished or Unfurnished. 3d ST. N. W , 61S Two large rooms, bath same floor: private family; reasonable. 17th ST, N. IV., 1030 Two unfurnlahed rooms and bath, 3rd floor; also nicely furnished rooms; rreferably to joung gentleman. 1 K ST. N W 818. APART. 8-Li room next bath, 4 windows, water, suitable one or two ladles corner :y hot 1' Ulh 8r. N. V. snme floor; h 1021 One large room, water w h. Call after 5 p. m. Huuitio mIMU BOARD E ST. N. V., Mi Rooms and board, table board. 83. 8 a. m breakfast. 83; th N. W., 81S Fur. room, with board, 823 for one: 145 for two, table board, 813 for two meals: 816 for three; order from menu. 1- K PT. N. W., 120S Two large and one small nicely furnished rooms. Phone service. 1 K ST. N. W., 1208 Large, clean room; par lor floor; atb, porch; suitable two gentle. 8th ST. N. W 824 Single room end hoard. fi per week, tcble board. $3.50. l TABLE BOARD H 8T. N W. 473 Table board, excellent table; Virginia cooking, reasonable. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKINGMEN No one who has paid atten. tlon to our rny so, but knows that there a something doing here every day, the value draws trade. If )ou could buy the same grade new pants at $1.60 to $3 ou would pay Z' more, and that's sure, one price. JUSTH'S OI.U HTAM), 61 U. 1 Mattressca and Box oprln(?s. SPECIAL FOR THIS SEASON Hair and felt mattresses all slits remade and reno vated, called for and delivered, it only. EAGLE BEDDING CO.. 1509 7th at. N. W. Phone N 6210. 1 SUMMER SPECIAL l:riW'?.: made, equal to new, 81 Call for and Jellv. ered. Capitol Renovating Co.. 1241 7th. N. til Duplicate Letters. NATIONAL LETTB.H SERVICE. BUSINESS BUILDERS. C. JB. QR38EN. Mirr.. 403-4-S Munsev Building (Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE fully cleaned; rugs woven. from old carpets, mattresses, renovated. Estimates furnished. ALBERT UAHLERT 4 CO.. 55.' R st. sw. M. 2018 House Repair Work. CARPENTER REPAIR NUUtv. and house painting! special low prices for short time. fcLLIO IT. t400 U t. N W. N. 3S68. Window ShadcK. WE AtSO SHADE THE t-RICE. Opaque shkJts fitted. 3-'c; ell oque or do mestic hojlard shades. !0c. d'.iplex, cainbrlo (hades 76c KI.EF.TILATT'S llih and II N E. ol 0M0BILES HL'DSON 5-posenger. meilmnliallj jwrlevt, looks like new car, cheap No 2 rtar li.'l 17th st. . 1 3SON 5- WANTED ROADSTER or runabout, fully equipped In good condition, must be vheap. Address 433 O N. W. For Hire. CALL NORTH W6 Brand-new machines, 81 to 2 "per hour. Careful, reliable chauffeuij ! AMTO RinF? PHONE NORTH 3821 enger cars. 32 and 83.60 per hour. CALL NORTH 98 OR MAIN 807.1 da or night for a handtome 6-passenger touring car, 81 60 to 82 per hour. Special rates for shop- ping and touring trips CALL NORTH 643i. For a handsome new I-pasenger touring carl reasnnshle rates competent driver iiiti llllll.- i I1MIAN.V rtV V . .,.. .v-. .... 6 and 7-paasnger cars. 12 and 81 per hour. Kaim bttr. PHOND LINC. 34M. -- "rJ DEATHS l'EHLMS-On Friday, Auguxt )3, 1. t 4.10 a. m., at her residence. Chevy Cham, Md , ArtADEUUA CANFIEUD POSUM, wife of Chief Justice Stanton J. Teelle, retired. Funeral from her late residence Monday, Aurust 19, at 10 a. m. Interment private. (Indlan.ipolli and Cle eland papers pleas copy.) IN MEMORIAM (Notice for this column are accepted at 88 eenu flat, either prose or poetry. In case no tice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents for each line Ir excess of ten.) Vital Records Births. Raymond A. and Willie Thompson, girl. Howard F. and Pauline borg, gin. Dotnenlco and Wllhelmlna Rlnaldt. boy. Emll and Irene Petersln, girl. Inarwald C. sand Hose Olsen, boy. . Howard C. and May F. Manson. boy. Ueorge W. and Vera C. Laird, boy. Bernard J. and Minna M. Hurdle, girl. John and Catherine Mi Hans, boy. Other W. and Edith Heatwole, boy, Pierre M. and Ernestine A. nealer, boy. Robert M, and Helen L Baker, girl. Horry und Agnes Beach, boy. Roger a. and Carrie L. Thurston, girt. Amos and Marie C. Sharp, boy. Clcers A. and Mary A. Leo, boy. Francis and Sarah Johnson, girl. William and Sellar Ford, girl. Anderson and Mary Davis, boy. Samuel and Alice Bruce, girl. Samuel and Mabel Bright, boy. Marriage Licenses. John N. Peed, Jr., of Washington, and Bertha L. Hunter, ot Alexanrdla, Va. Thomas A. Scott and Lillle Prather. of Seat Pleasant. Md. Reuben J. Peterson and Mamie J. Dixon, of Fairfax county. Va. George E. Young and Minnie Mason. James U b'ommervllle'and Octavla E. Tay lor. Death. Delia O. McCambrldge, 6 years, 84E1 Hoi mead place northwest. Esther M. Hlchardson, 18 years. Providence iioanitai. Martha O Jones, 82 years, 142S Clifton, street northwest. James C. riansbury, 28 years. Providence Hoe Dltal. Ilebecca F. Foot, 71 years, 1707 I street north west. David M. Allen, 80 years, 663 Pennsylvania ncnuo southeaat. , Helen U Panholzer, 11 months, 63 Morton street northeast. Clarence W. Lewis, 10 months. S4 N street southwest. Charles II, Lattlmore, 1 month, 1357 H street northeaet. Infant of Howard F. and Pauline Sorg, 1 day. 806 8eenth street southnest. Ella Henn, 34 years, Freedmen's Hospital. William Henderson, 33 years, Freedmen's Hospital. Ida T. Wedge, 30 years, 408 It street -torth- west. Fannie Conway, 28 years, 24 Pomeroy road. Ellaa Bervant. 47 years. Emergency Hospital. Frances J. Thomaa, 24 years, 3520 P street northwest. George M. Gardner, 27 years. Tuberculosis Hospital FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS ef every description-moderate prises. QIJDE. 1H4 F BTREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER ft LIVERT. 813 Pa, ave. N. W. Telephone M. 2388. WASHINGTON. D. a FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. DO YOU "WANT TO RENT the cheapest 8 room house In Washington, with all mod. ern ImproiemenuT One Hh st., Petworth. all Mh st. cars pass the corner to and from eoldlers' Home; rent only 822.10, splendid lo cation. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOI'THERN BUILDING. A DESIRABLE HOME In Brookland, D. C, near the Catholic Unlrerslty; 8 rooms and bath; all modern Improvements. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 Southern building. 12M 10th at nw 816 10 381 McLean ave. aw., 6r, water 12.80 11 Bchotfs alley ne $.00 1210 13th st. nw j jo COLORED. 1306 Corcoran st. nw., 10 rooms, bath. .835 0 810 Fin. ave., store and dwelling j 25.50 1117 V st nw., 6 rooms 22.M 310 13Vi st. nw 7 rooms and bath 26 W 1233 10th st. nw , 5 rooms and water 16.30 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOUTHERN BUIt.niNO. 1210 C ST. S. W. For Desirable Colored Tenant. rooms and bath, excellent condition, con venient to Bureau Engraving and Printing, Department Agriculture, and Smithsonian Institute SEE TH10 TODAY. RENT FROM FRANCIS S. DUNIGAN, 615 14th St. N. W. PHONE M. 683. 83 T BT. N. W. Desirable residence. 8 rooms, bath, floored cellar; phone owner, M. G721. 1 COLORED 17: Seaton st. N W. Perfect gem, remodeled, reduced 820 60; fine condi tion. D. M. GOODACRE. 2816 Unlvrralty place N. W Wanted. WANTED at once, a 6, 7, or 8 room house in good location; reasonable rent; wll lease if neces sary; excellent reference. BOX 496, Times office. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. 1C00 VA AVE., 2nd FL.. 4R. AND B $1S fO 1800 I' st. nw , 4 rooms and bath 2".50 124S 20th st. nw ., 4 rooms, gas and water 10.7a COLORED. 1018 1st st. nw,, 6r and b, 1st floor 320 60 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOUTHERN BUILDING. Furnished and Unfurnished. FOR KENT IM 6th st. N. E.-The nicest, cleanest, and best 5-room and hath apart ment In the city for 81.' 60 per month, Kevs at 613 L N. i:.. or 72.1 5th N. E FOR RENT STORES 302 10th ST. N. W.. 850.00. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 SOUTHERN RL'ILDIN'l. FOR RENT OFFICES OFFKE ROOM lor rent, will suit a dentl.t or phjslclan, 2210 Ga. ave N. W ! FOR RENT GARAGES OARAGE, hold ten cars easily, CO-gallon lank' Hear C21-62S O st. N. W. Apply 413 It st N W. ! Iron iiAUt rAhMS liit ACRES, In upper Fairfax, near I.ees butg pike, 110 ocn under cultivation, bal ance In second-giowth limber, ilnelj watered by two rtrtains junnlng through place; gooj quality of soil, 30 acres in sod, IS acres to mow, piacticall) new 6-room house, wtn porch, large new basement bain, 30x40, corn house and wagon shed combined, possession ran be had at once, short drive to river, where theie Is line fishing an1 boiling Pries. Jj DCO If sold at on I I i halaits to suit Write us tor In'orma Ion or cil on Farm Dept . Wll It. SAUNDERS ft CO . I v Souths rn Building. l Special INoHices AUGUST, 10. HIS This Is to gv notice to all perso.i that I will not be responsible for any debts contractod by any one but myself after this date. THEODOllF. PUTT. l COSMOPOLITAN IS MAU Men's half.aoled, sewed too. Rubber heel?, all makes, 86c. Work railed for and deliver'. 82S 7th N W. KKAlJiMU UHEW1NO CU.'M U. 8 swodJM brand light and dark beers. 81 csm; ale and porters. 1,24 case. Uhlon beer. 'HOS. B. BEAVERS, UP 4Vtj st. fl. W. Ph. "at IHt PROPOSALS DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Wash ington, D. C, August 8, Jl&. Sealed pro. posals VII1 be received at this Department until 2 p. m., Tuesday, August 24, 1918, and then opened, for the furnishing of all labor and material required for rewiring basement rooms and corridors of the General Land Office Building, Waahlngton, D. C, in ac cordance with plana and specifications, copies of which may be obtained upon application to the chief clerk of the Department. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids, or to accopt or reject any part thereof in Ihe discretion of the Department. Proposals should be securely enveloped, marked "Pro posal for rewiring basement. General Land Office Building" and addressed to the Sec retary of the Interior. E. J. ATERS, Acting Assistant Secretary. I DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, U. B. A.. Washtna-ton. D. C. Aua-ust 12. 1916. Seated proposals will be received here until 11 A. M September 13, 1915, for furnishing and delivering Forage and straw at Wash ington, D. C. and posts In vicinity, during the period October 1, 1915, to June 80, 1918, Information on application., JAMES CANBT, Quartermaster. t FOR SALE HOUSES Here's the Best Offer You Have Ever Had. NO CASH REQUIRED As a first payment In making you tbe per. manent owner ot one of those delightful lit tle homes at lth AND MAS8. AVE. B. E. The small sum of 318.(0 (which Ineludes both Interest and principal) Is all you have to pay each month. Can you manage It 7 Cheaper than you can rent. ONLY ONE LEFT. 8 large rooms. Hot and cold water. Coat and gas ranges. Well finished throughout In a neat, attractive arrangement. Large yard. front and back. PRICE, $2,250 Also on this same liberal basis, 2 NEW 6-ROOM HOUSES. In the same location Can be bought with the payment of 817.50. INSPECT TODAY. Can be shown any time. PHONE COL. 4312. SIX ROOMS and bath, to colored party, Gresham place, near Georgia ave , moderate price, easy terms. Apply BERNSTEIN, 211 R St. N. W, ! FOR SALE. A nice little -room house, located tat Pet worth, with bath, gas, electric lights, hot' water heat, front and back porches; the house Is 20 feet wide, situated on a lot that faces on 2 streets. Price, 14,050. Rented for I30.SO per month. ORLAVUS JUVE, 1 122 Southern Bldg. H-l 1 M-H-I-I-I-M -I-I-I-I-l-I"! ! I Mr :: you Cai; own one of teese homes ! On 16th St. between C & D Sta. S,K. .. Bv Dcvlnar onlv dtrk'l tft nsr ? month (which InvaviXsUlf eludes both Interest and prlnctpaL :: PRICE, $2,35C 8 rooms, tile bath, deep lot, porch ' across entire iront. tieautiruuy located. GO OUT TODAY Open lor inspection dally and Sunday T . till 8 P. M. t M"1-1"H"1-H"I"I"1"!"1"I"1"H"I-1-I-I-K OWNER WILL SELL brand new 8-room nnd attic house, hardwood throughout, tiled bath, gas and electricity, hot-water heat, 1 large porches, in Bloomlngdale section, small cash payment, balance monthly. BOX 4(7. Times office 1 I ', HERE IB A rERFECT HOME. J . . rooms, tile bath, large lot. porch. ! ..all modem Improvements, one and ooe- .'. . . balf squares from 4. LINCOLN PARK. J. On 14H st. N. K.. bet. North Carolina 4 ..eve. and C St. One of tbe most beau- 4 . . tlful locations In the cur. . , Only 8100 cash and balance llks rent, , . 822.M per month, Including interest , , and principal. PRICE, $2250 , . Open dally and Sunday until t p. m. I t JfK VVJ A VSLJV i , ,Ja f ; I ! i"i-i-wi"i"i"i-i-i-:"i"i"W-i-i"W SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BE TOUR OWN LANDLORD. on 8100 caab and 818 month, at CHEVT CHASE. For full particulars dro postal, telephone, or call on W'll. H, RITCIirE. 217 Colorado bldg. Tel M. i.31. For Rent. ONLY 818 CO. Blx rooms. Large lot. Near the city, car fare. BOX 511. Times ofno. One 1 . FOR SALE LOTS $1 CASH. $ MONTH. GO AT ONCE TO GREATER CAPITOL HEIGHTS Where It Is cool and delightful. No Landlord. No Rent. No Building Restrictions. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. No Sleepless Nights. Pure Water. High Elevation. Perfectly Healthy. Beautiful Shade. LOTS ONLY $20 NO INTEREST. NO TAXES. 5c car fare. $1 CASH starts your Home. Come out SUNDAY or any day. Take II street cars to 61st st. ne. Agents on Grounds Dally. O. B. ZANTZINGER Offices: Main Of nee. 9th st. and N. Y. a On grounds, 61st and C sts ne. $1 CASH. SI MONTH. FOR SALE One acre In Takoma Park, water, sewer, gas, granolithic pavement, tine tprlng of water Price $l,2lo. terms to suit. Apply Owner. Room 1 Warder Bldg.. 9th and F fts. OUT OF TOWN PROPERTY For Sale or For Rent. BLTHANY BEACH. DEL. A Great Bargain. For sale or ren'. a bejiuttful furnished It room cottage, rent for season 1125, sale, cast.. 11.000 Chas M. Herman. Stone Harbor. N. J. FOR EXChMrtUE 13.500 BRICK HOUSE. Rented for J.'.'. 00 per month. For good automobile and some cash, BOX 510. Times office. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN bl'lLDIM' 1JOA.NS AND, SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at 6 per cent on Uisirlet Real Estate. Any amount trom UM to 38.M4 en first or second triui, lu stialghi note sr monthly pa) meats Takes only three das to waits them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO, 1413 U BT. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN 8260 to 8600 000 on D. 0. real estate. Several trust funds, 4Vi ts 8 per cent. All transactions conduced wits scenomlcal consideration for borrowers. WM. 11 SAUNDERS CO, southern Building 807 16th t N w. MONEY TO LOAN on real eetate; lowest rates; prior payment privileges, large amounts TYLER Rl'THKnFORD. T28 ttik.