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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,' 1915
n BjS-p- w i&Kil0r ys-BSWJL r . " ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE Founded 18761000 Students, 1914. -arrest rrivate Scfctol I Washington OytnnMtum, swimming Pool inSl'AltTMKNTR I W4telixtn Preparatory School Pro para for CoUoko or University. Ao credited Basis. ay or Evening. Washington School of Accountaaor 1 to 2H Year Courses. Prepares for Business and O. I'. A. Examination. Washington Commercial ScJiooH-Un-nxcelled Bookkeeping an Hteno-a-raphlo Courses. . Grndr School 38 boys made up lost erodes last year. ... Sprrlal Core I'raf tins (Mechani cal and Architectural). Publlq Speaking;, Spanish, Business ,Men s English, etc, THOS. W. WAI.THN. M. A.. Director. Y.M.CA, 1736 G St. N.'W. ACCOUNTANCY. Employed men may better, prepare for business without Interference with regu lar duties. Frevloua knowledge of book keeping not required, COURSES OFFERED 1. Fundamentals of Accountancy. t. Shorter Course In Accountancy. f. Business Administration. 4. Professional C. P. A. Course. gV Cost Accounting. . Law for Business Men. Call or write for free S6-page bulletin. T. W. WALTON Director. Washington School of Accountancy. Y. M..C. A.. 1738 O 8 N. W. ' Washington Business and CnrA Service School, 13 J T New York Ave. N. W. ITD Honest motives and genuine and UUI unselfish Interest In the students tmr" at the foundation of every Pill ICY truly great school or successtal wsV. teacher's career. We want the public to think well of us today, but we are more concerned about what they will think of va In the future. When you want advice concerning a course for yourself or those dependent on you, ronie to us tor our Impartial opinion, which will be given yotj whether It means an enroll ment for us or 'not. Get our circular for details. It Is free. Call, write or phone Main 4304 for It today. W. C. FOTEET, Principal. George Washington UniversityLawSchool Begins 61st J ear, 4:5 p. m., September 21. Member of Association or American I.aw schools, ensuring strict standards for en trance and course, a select student body and maximum credit from law schools throughout the United States tor work done. "Case Method" used; Instruction by pro fessional teachers atd lawyers In active practice. Twenty-two terminates wrote the Inst O. C. Bar Examination, and every one pn.crl, while 40 per cent of at nr eaiitlldntea fulled. Forenoon course, ta It, or afternoon, 4:43- f:zo. optional classes, i:50-.io a. m. Secretary, Masonic Temple, Phone M. 4540. NATIONAL CATHEDRAL SCHOOL Cer. IVIxronnln ave. nnil Wood ley rsl. Boarding and Day School Cor Ulrli. The Bishop of Washington. President o( the Board of Trustees. Street Cars Pass the Gate. School coach leaves Dupont Circle at 1:20 a. m. and returns at 5:30 p. m. Cathedral Close of 40 acres affords amols apace for out-door play under the super vision of trained teachers. Courses of Study: Intermediate. Academic and College Preparatory. Special Advantages In Music and Art. miss jessie c. Mcdonald, m. s.. Principal. TELEPHONE CLEVELAND SIS. Sidwells' Friends School 1811 Eye Street For Boya aad Glrla 834 Year Begclaa September 27 Thos. W. Sldvr ell, A. M., Principal. The National School of Domestic Arts and Science Open :0O to 6:00 Dally For Registration. 17EI Rhode Island ave. N. W.. Wash.. P. C. VOICE CULTURE SINGING. ELOCUTION. Deep breathing. Physical culture. Voice placing. Distinct enundattoa. Sight singing. Dramatic art. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes W Uth BL TV. B. Phone Line. 1711. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 2311 18th St N. W. FAIRMONT Home and Day School For Girls Seventeenth year begins Wednesday October the sixth Regular and Special Pourses Music. Art. Expression 47th Tear Opena Oct. 1. ..10 p. M. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW CEvenlng Sessions Exclusively). Standard courses, leading to degress of Master end Bachelor cf Law. The anderfcrnilaate ronrae may be completed and (he .dirre, of .nncfcelor of Luna aecurcil at end of acconil year. For catalogue, sppllwtion blanks, c., ad. dress the Dean, at the Administration Office, Southern Pending. Phone Main 6417 or after Sept. lu c National Law (School Building. kH-1Mth st N. W. THE PEARSON SCHOOL G at Twentieth Street Evening Classes. Preparatory Training For College and All Army nmt Navy Examinations. Eighth Year PoKlns October 4, 1915. For Catnlr-c Apply To EL G. JENNESS, A. B Master. Phone West .114. PREPARATION lor college entrance and other examinations.. U 3. T1LTON. 1741 Church st. N W. Phone North 70g 4 DRAFTING Specialize With Specialist columuia School of duaftinq McLachlen Bldg.. 10th O Bis. 1417 G St, N. W. Sle-opraphy, Civil TyperrrltliiK, ICucUsb, hervlce Phone Muln 35S, GEORGETOWN VJ UNIVERSITY The Law School Seaalon of lBlB-lSie feeftiMa Mmatay, October 4th, -5, at 696 . . l I IS Secretary's office open dally from a. m. to p. m. for registration und consultation. HUGH J. FEGArY, Secretary. Georgetown Law Schoo building. ta and. E sta. b.w. Telepfcoae M. The Medical and Dental School Sessions of 1)15-1916 begin September 27, 1P16. Por further Information apply to Um Rep.Utrar. 920 K Street N. W. CTD A VrDC BUSINESS COLLEGE Old Musonlc Tcmnlr. Itth and V Street WoKhlngton'a Lending Business School Thorough courses. Dav and Night. In Short hand (Pitman or Or egg). Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Accounting, English, Civil Service. Blktetn experienced teachers. Over 100 new typewriters. Graduates assisted to good positions, neserve desk and locker how. Write, call or phone Main 1430 for catalogue, Emerson Institute Established 1152. Affiliated With the Leading Universities. Classes Now Organising. fix distinct departments uncr lu following courses: COLLEGE D-PARTMENT-Preparea for all callages anu professional nrhoois. OOVKHNMINT ACADEMlISd-Preparea for West Polo", Annapolis, Coast Guard. U. 6. SERVICES Prepares lor Commissions . In Army, V. . Marine Corps. DIPLOMACY-Prepares for the U.-S Dlple- lomattc and Consular SerMcea. LATIN AMERICAN DEPARTMENT-Pre pares for business and professional Life la PATENT OFFICE Prepares for Assistant Examiner In U. 8. Patent Offloe. New Huildlngs. new lighting and heating plants. Increased laboratory and library fa :11ltles. Insure lh comfort of the student and effer opportunities In a manner adequate and thoroughly modern. For catalogues address WISSLOW IL HANUOLPU, ANGUS McD. CKAWFOKD, Pilnctpxia. UM P t. N. W.. Washington. D. C. THE VIAUD SCHOOL PRIVATE TUITION English Branches, Mathematics, Latin, French. Spanish. ro: Illllyer place N. W. Tel. North 1T33. Washington College of Law FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Twentieth J ear opens Oct. 1. 7 p. m. Thre- ears' course. LL. B. Ope year post graduate. Ll M. 8pecl.il course: Interstate and Foreign Com merce and Federal Trade Commission Law. tiesslons at either 4:50 or 6:30 p m. Tuition, Stt per annum. For Information or catalogue apply to the Dean, ornce hours: 10 to 5:30. 1317 New York Avenue I'hene Main 4SK. Miss M. R. Beuter's SCHOOL Shorthand (Pitman) and typewriting (touch). Speed dictation. clIl service; Individual In struction. Phone Col. 2113. 1421 Perry pi. N. W. J. H. BEUTER. Principal. ST. ALBANY Te National Cathedral School FOR BOYS Reopens September 21st. KU. Preparations for College, Business, West Point, and Annapolis. Bishop of Washington President of Board of Trustees. For information and catalogue address William H. Church. Headmaster. Wood's School 311 I14.8T flAPITOI, STHEET. BHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. BOOKKEEPING. CIVIL SERVICE. THIRTY YEARS OLD. P aul Institute r fhutitngton rtnlnTy Mm. KaaeMe B. Fssl. LUL XIOT rtt f. PHONE N. 220. French-English. Boarding and Day School for Girls. Kindergarten and Primary Department for both rlrls and boys. MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE , "SAFETY FIRST!" ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE! . UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. Rooms, tJ.OO anil up. Moving. Packing. Pho'ne Main 49. 41S-4.0 10th St. N. W. STORAGE 1 mo., hauled in free, all we ask. compare our prices to others; estlm. m cheerfully ghen; central location, dry. ilea, storage rooms, open for inspection at ny time. II. Kaum ft Son.. 12 Pa. ave. M. 12U. STOKAUK. Special rates for next few months; new. clem, dry storage for feynllur and planes. Kflfnuurs cheerfully glvsn. Convenient lo Blhjn. WKSCHLER'S. l. Pa. ave. N. W.. mm Main Ull. MOVING Sneclsl Rates For Long DittanM Moving. Merchants Transfer 6c Storage Co., MOVING padkd Vans Phone H 2010-MU. KRIBG'S EXPBESS, ' U H Street N. W. 6TORAGE. PACKING. AND gHIPPINO. MONEY! MONEY! MONEYT1 Adisncd on storaga. UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. Ith and D sts. nw. Ph. M. 4200. Estimates ou Packing -nd Shipping. BnHllV I DANCING MR. AND MRB. HARTLEY, formerly MISS COULTER. 1203 O N. W.: all dancing taught: private lessons. 60o. Phone N. 1184. PROF, WYNDHAM. lit Uth N. W.. Ph. Main 6171. Summer rates. All dances. Les ion, lie. LADY ASSISTANTS. 1 GLOVER'S, til 2Ind: class, dances Tues.. Thurs. ft Sat., too: ladles free; private les sons any hour 60c; fox trot, one-step, healta- Im urnll. 9.II.HI !. .h..4 ... Y1T 1.tt IIUII, n".l --...,-. ..- ..iv.MVU, .1. ... A.--, MILLERS, Bclasco Theater. Up-to-the-minute Dances. Bummer rates. M. UM-Y. LOST AND FOUND GOLD HROOCH Diamond csnleri lost Mon day night, between Uth and L its, N. W.( and th and 11 S. W. Reward It returned to 604 II st. H. W. HELP WANTED MALE DARllER-At once; itsady job. N. W. CO 12th it. 100 DOYS to sell: big money for right par ties. Call 1120 Mh at. N. W. 1 IlOY Colored, to work In drug store several evenings a week. 4V4; and P sti. s. W. " DUBHELMAN and coat maker. 180S Q at. N. W. WATSON. COOKS, waiters, porters and men tor all work; quick. EUREKA, loll New York-aye. DRIVER Competent white, cash deposit re quired. ELECTRIC SANITARY LAUN. DRY. 1135 H N. E. ERRAND BOY-Colored. lilt Uth St. N. . W. . FURNITURE PACKER Experienced. ply 411-420 10th St. N. W. Ap. HEAD WAITER White: help for hotels. BURGESS HOTEL1 AOENCY. 623 10th at. HELPERS Two experienced, to work at tin ning; call at 1 o'clock, or between & and t o'clock. JOHN J. CLEAHY, 2117 G st. N. W. HOTEL WAITERB-Colored, 100. tit a month, room and board: fares .paid out of city; at once. DICK'S HOTEL AUKNUX, iztn ana Pa. av. MAN that understands shoe machinery. mi 14th st. N. w. MAN Colored, to care for horse and cow and housework : must not smoke nor drink. 3017 Cambridge place. Georgetown. MAN Young, experienced In polishing and buffing. JOHN A. QOLLBMANN &. CO.., 150 Pierce St. N. W. MEN te iearn barber trade: few weeks re quired; steady position for competent grad uates: wonderful demand for barbers. Free catalogue. WASHINGTON BARBER COL LTCOE. Washington. D. C. 1 MESSENGER Bright white boy to work In my curio store. No cigarette smoker want ed. ALBERT J. OSGOOD, 16a II St. 1 MATTRESSMAKER Pober; steady work; geod pay; out of town. BOX kU, Times office. , PAINTER for automobile and coach shop; one varnish hand and one rough hand. Apply W. T. LAWTON & SONS, 2703 M St., N. W Washington. D. C. ! PAINTKR3 Iron. Radio. Va. RUDA8ILU I'RESSBR First-class; experienced on ladles' and cent's clothes, 1413 It st. N. K. PRESSER Good, experienced on ladles and gents' work: steady work. M Eye st. nw. SIIOEMAKER-Good, at once. S. W. lilt Uth st. SHOE SALESMAN Thoroughly experienced; permanent position and good salary, HIRSH'U SHOE STORES, I026--I 7th st. N. W. WANTED Men to lenrn barber trade: new method: tfps after first month; steady position positively guaranteed. Write for free catalogue. MULER'K BARBER COI lOE. .07 Howery. New York city. WALL SCRAPERS First-class. WHEAT CASADY. INC.. 707 12th St. N. W. . HELP WANTED FEMALE APPRENTICES to learn French dresscut tlng, dressmaking, designing and millinery; good positions furnished afrfcr Uarnlng. New York Millinery Academy, lilt O st CHAMBERMAIDS. waitresses. cleaners, nurses, general housenorkers, today EU REKA, 1011 New York ove COOK Washer and Ironcr girl. 1M1 W) oining a. N. wanted, W. white GIRL for cloak and suit YOl'NO & CO. Hit 7th st. N. department. W. Ol HI. Colored, for ueneral hounework. 13th st N. W. 1.114 GIRL White, ave. N. W. housework. 1841 Wyoming GIHL Colored, to work In a lunch .room. 1144 ih st. N. W.: wages H per week. 1' Gini. For general housework: reference re quired. um fnirnioni si. . v. MILLINERY body worker and apprentice. V. L. MUI.LER. 227 E Bt. N. W. PIANO PUPILS-By first-class teacher: be- elnners or advanced. 4204 Ith aN. W. 50c a lesson. 1 WAITRESSES Five experienced arm wait resses. PENNSYLVANIA CAKE, 47 Pa. ave. N. W. WAITRESSES Three experienced. CAFE. 60S Pa. ave. N. W. RADY'S WAITRESSES Experienced armwork. WALLIB. 4U1 12th St. WAITRESSES-nrst-cla-a at once, hours day. 1204 Pa. ave. N. W. WOMAN Colored, for general housework; permanent place for right party. 600 Q st. N. W. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. GIRL Vy reliable colored, situation us housemaid. Anplv 11-7 17th st. N. W. ! COLORED WOMAN wonts place as general hnuseworker. 2217 8th St. N. W. PERSONALS ATTENTION, LADIES! MADAME IRENE (formerly uth ac. N. Y'.). with her wonderful new Invention. "takes your Impression" and makes all of your gowns without any fittings Will also turn your old gowns into stunning new crea tions without any fittings. . Write the Mt. Vernon Apts., 9th st. and New York ae. WON'T SOME KIND PERSON help poor old lady who will be put out of house for nonpayment of rent. UOX" 690. Times o.'rtce. MRS. ORA FIELD. Magnetic massage, faco and scalp treatment. 815 H ST. N. W., 2D FLOOR. ! MISS WELLS 4. 933 G St. N. W. Manicuring and Sralp Treatment. Hours 9 to Apartment 2. third door. MISS JAMRRON, manicurist and chiropody: hours, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 1213 New York ave. ?, w weeond floor. te MANICURING Shampooing and ficaip .1 ,, ., treatment. Ladles and gentlemen, 5M Kenols lildg.. 11th &. Q nw. LOUISE MAIER rHAinohEssiNd" Manicuring. Scalp treatment, ihiropody, hrs. 9 to 7; Sun., t to 2. All branches taught; summer rates. 104 Kenols Uldg.. 11th and Q sts. M. 4431. -1-I-I I M-l-W DR RFFD specialist. :: . . U l. Il L. U , got l7 STItEET. . . ;: The Most Important Advice ;; . , that I can offer to any man or " ' ,, nuuiau who is sunering rroia any , , ncutf. chronic, or apodal disease Is ' ' .. to tp-co Immediate steps to GET ' . . WELL. 806. Bacteria vaccines '. . . and all Iho new crums and antl-. . . . to-lns administered. Blood tests . . made. Laboratory stocked with everything the best in madiclnes. . Over. 50 years' practice In treat- lng Catarrh Indication. Con- sUpatlon, Piles, Throat, Lung, ; Brain. Heart. Blood, and 6kln DiS ' eases. Rheumatism, all stages of Blb?nrK.Wn&NerV0US -nd Gen- ' ' . . eraPDeblllty Charges Low. Medl- ' ' . . clnes Furnished. Office Hours: 10 ' to I. 3 to 8. Sundays, 10 to U l'llllll'W-HliHM,I.I.L . S-DKLLA R- WHEELER. !1.WmS f- TUh Hh- I,aan herD remedy will help you when the ordinary medicine falls. Corns and be -convinced. 1724 7th st. N. W 1 "iB'1iftHMV """' children's ward- I Irving st. N. W. v um '"ov- "' List Your Vacant Rooms For G: A. R. THE Times will publish on September 25th and 26th a comprehensive list of the accommoda " tions available for visitors Jo the city during theVl'Qrand Army Encampment. This list will be widely circulated and is the only direct way to reach possible tenants. Convert that spare roomjnto cash! For full information, pho'ne Main 526o or, address Clatsified Advertising Manager FOR RENT-ROOMS Fsriftlied. IDEAL APART CO.. WOO PA. AVB.-Two-room apartment furnished for housekeep ing; steam, hot bath: gas range; janitors also single rooms, H per week up. Phone Main 7177. NOTICE for the d. A. R. Encampment. Spe cially fitted house, corner residence, .south ern exposure, nicely furnisnea rooms, iikuo lug brenkfant and dinner, 11.10 per day. 201 Eye st. N. W. Call II HT V W m-Deslrable front room, 2nd floor, gentlemen or couple: 1. h, A. IX KU- hired. . H ST. N. W ttt-Large (I bels), for t or 4; transients: central: 50c and 7ie a night. 1 ADAMS ST. N. W., 171 Nlcey fur.; single or married couple; convenient to two cars. I 10th ST. N. W 11M Nicely furnished large, well-kept rooms. 1 O ST. N. W.. 2117 Purnlshsd rooms, single or communicating; next to bath; phone privilege. N. J. AVE. N. W.. C Can furnish ac commodations to tour parties of five each for the O. A. R. Encampment) II a Piece per day for Ova days with privilege of staying ten without extra cost. Mth ST. N. W., 11 (Apt. 1)-Clean, nicely furnished front room; electrically lighted; hot water. th ST. N. E., Jl-Beautlful bright front rooms, newly furnished, not ami coia war, near 2 car lines; apart. 201, Olendower. NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE,. HIS, bet. Wash ington and Dupsnt circles Apt. furnished for housekeeping, to adults. 1 GRANT PLACE. U-Large and small room, students preferred, hot and cold water. tth ST. N. W 101 Large bsy-wlD9ow. front rooms steam heat; other rooms; board op tions!. . Unfurniahed. MASS. AVE. N. W, 22 unfurnished rooms, 2nd floor; 2 on !rd floor; 110 each; heat, gas; I. h. k. 1 NORTH CAROLINA AVE. S. E.. IllThree unfurnished rooms, heat, gas. and bath, lll.M. tth ST. N. W.. 1102 4-room flat. 2d floor, 1. h. k., running water In rooms. 1 Famished or Unfurnished. V ST. N. W.. 1203 Desirable rooms partly furnished or unfurnished; over Rice's Studio. Inquire In Studio. K ST. N. W., 4S2 Furnished and unfur nished, hot-water heat; central location: all conveniences. . Wanted. GENTLEMAN wishes room with family that v. II I cook his meals; Capitol Hill apart, preferred. Address BOX LSI, Tlrps oftlce.tl ROOMS AND BOARD 10th ST. N W.. 724 Large front room and board, reasonable and also table board, 1.1 a week. O BT. N. W., 1220-Destrable 2d floor front room, with board; quiet neighborhood; 123.00 per month for one, or 140.00 for two. 1 : CLAIRVOYANTS DELONG Different from all others. Excellence In clairvoyance attained. Ijaae located In Washington. Object! Satisfactory readings. No fee In advance. Gives each client 42-page book. 730 8th Street N. W. Palmistry. Systematic Card Reading. MRS. R. LUSBY Tarot and latest foreign cards; tests ulth East India crystal free; positively ladles only. Open till :3u7"l7 1 1 th N W sJlo Closed Sun. ' J ' ' l" y 2d floor. ORIGINAL OYPSY PALMIBT. Whole Fortune Told, 15c. Open Nights. 104 C ST. N. W. ! THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY DF R O R A H I'EER OF ALL PALM C D U I t n j(5TS AND MEDIUMS. Enough said. At home. 720 Itth St. N. W. MADAME CATHERINE The Celebrated English Palmist and Card Reader, located 16 years at 60S 5th st. N. W l Mme. CARLETTA IMPRESSIONAL LIFE READER. Advice of a clean, concise, readily compre hended nature, on all subjects of Interest to you. Advice that will aid and benefit you. 705 8th St. N. W. 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. I Doors North Q st. 1 MADAM JEAN p,yp!i!miu4'um- Clairvoyants are born, not made; Madam Jean has been one since childhood. Madam Jean will tell you names, dates, and facts. Acknowledged by press and public to be the f;reatit cl-lrvoiant in the world. First tlnis n your city. Call and be convinced. Qt a readlug from this remarkable woman, who will tell you all you want to know without asking a single question. We all have a God-given power, but we must cultivate, de velop, and use It. Let me help you. Parma, nent location. C H si. N. W. MADAM FIELD yr?on;S,teotr,b.hte.r Reunites the separated. N. 1454. 12M 7th nw. SPIRITUALISM MRS'. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally; seances Tues. Thurs. even in. "TT T-nc. SOU. ilS M. J- ave. 3. E. 1' ings. Ph. unc. w. " " - -" MRS WHITE. 715 !2d ST. N. W.-Seance Bun We. and Fri. ees 8 o'clock; prl--.'-'---ln-. dally Phone West H30.J. t MlSS VOEGLER yFerWyYSSav Dally readings. 604 F St. N. E. Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D. BPIHITUAL MEDIUM. Readings Rally. Circles Thursday, 8 P. m. 1 "in 9th St. N. W. is ir-DO r T?n'PTT READING DAILY. Mlto. J. 1H Aaj. Seance. Tues. and Thurs. eve. 1030 8th, ST. N. W. Near L St. 1 TJ Tl.-ltrm ORDAINED MEDIUM. Mme. Thelmfti heading daily. ite..?-' ', New J.rsev .v.. N W. TrZZ , MALTBY. UU 10th Bt N. W. MMtlns WsdV and Frl.. J:M p. m.. a mes- Id p. m. Ph. " ufc Week BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKtNaMEfJ Tou need but one visit, and then weMook for you again and expect yon to tell your friends, add so wo keep a hustle that mean's business. It you bay a pair new pants at (l.to to 13 It must mean the best value te be had. One pi Ice. JUBTH'B OLD STAND, 1 V. 1 Wall Paper. IMPERIAL Wall Paper Store, artistic gaper hanging and decorating; lowest prtoes; room moulding; drop postal. I. W. BOND. M7 CI st. N. W. Upholstery. I-PIECE suites upholstered In tapestry, tt up; free delivery; "Duiii" ny cransmen oi un- usual skill. Acme Uphol. -O., iw Jin. at.sai. Duplicate Lettew. NATIONAL LITTER SERVICE. BUSINESS BUILDERS. C . QREEN, Mgr., m-4- Munsey Belldlag. Mattresses and Box springs. SPECIAL FOR THIS BEASON-Halr and felt mattresses all sites remade and reno vated, called for and delivered. II only. EAOLE BEDDING CO.. 1209 7th St. N. W. Phone N. 5210. 1 Vacuum Cleaners. Vacuum Cleaning $3.50 Per Day. With expert operator; hand or electric clean er for rent, II per day. NATL VACUUM SALES CO., MAIN 41U. TH AND JO 8T8. N. W. Typewriters. IINnFRWODnr'),wrlter: " models: UUCHWUUlJ)ult ,rom factory: rent ed 12 a month, it T st. nw. Ph. North 74I. Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE fully cleaned; rug J woven from old carpets, mattresses renovated. Estimates furnished. ALBERT KAHLERT - CO.. JSI B SU sw. M. SOU. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS St WEEKLY FOR SQUARE PIANOS 25 Square Pianos to be Closed Out at $ 10 Up. $i Weekly Payments. P. G. SMITH PIANO CO., 1 2 1 7 F ST. FOR SALE Household and kitchen furni ture: lot of single mattresses and chairs. Call at E. R. KUELL CO.. WINN. W. USED PI AN 03. f&d Huntington upright 1274 Jacob Iiros. upright...., MM 10g use uncaman upright USED PLAYERS. KtO Cable-Nelson. U-note player , tTM CecllUn. M-note player , S7M Augeiua. SS-noteplayer JUELG PIANO CO, Itth and O .V. W. .est .nn C. T. HUNTER'S X-TERMINATOR-Large can Including sprayer. 2ic; guaranteed to kill bed bugs, mosqultles, and all Insects; aleo a reliable disinfectant. Known every where, ask anyone; free demonstration,. Office US Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main Uit. Prompt attention to mall orders. C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING FLOOR OIL, only fiOc gal. Known the world over. SPECIAL TILL TUESDAY, Sept. 2b, Cft. Flag and Pole and Holder. PRICE, $2.25. R. C. M. Burton & Co., 911 E St. N. W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED At once, all the aluminum I can buy at M cents per lb. A. LEVY. 413 K st N. W. Phone 7031. WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M. 118! for wagon, or nave us call. "WESCIILER'B," 9:0 Pa. ave. N. W. HIGHEST CARH priced paid for worn cloth ing; either ladies' or men's; send postal: will call. U. TARSI1ES. 1308 7th st. N. W Phone North 4. WANTED Furniture for cash. Bsll year goods to the man who gives the most ITWI.r. m " MUH-WOUL'. HU1 MOS I AUTOMOBILES FOR BALE One Ford touring car, fully equipped. 1914 model; lot of extra. A. LEVY. 411 K st. N. W. Phone M. 7031; after 6, N. 7527. M H';M I"M"H"I"M"M"1-M"t-M..l-H. WANT .U HULL YOUR AUTOMOBILE FOR CASH? ' Bring It To the Union Gar&re. i n err iii.Ttwix? ttu . tu m tIM'I'HI'Minil I'11MI'M4 For Hire. FOR HIRE Handsome new 1-cylinder car private party, best of service; very reason able rates. Phone Col. 1778-J. BEVEN-PAB3ENOER AUTO. 42 Per Hour: Ask for MR. MILLER, Cl Main 1132. FIVE-PA88ENGER touring cars, U per hour; special rates for shopping. Ph. West 1224. CALL NORTH 543S ime new 7-passenger for a handsome touring car; reasonable rates i competent driver. CALL NORTH 1154. New ears, 41.75 to 12.00 per hour; care ful, reliable chauffeurs; reduced taxi -rates. FORD TOURING CAR FOR HIRE. II Per Hour. White Chauffeurs. Phene Col. 194. 1 AUTO HIRE COMPANY. I sad 7-passsngsr cars, t: and 11 pet hsur. None better, j. PHONE LINC. 1641. MOTORCYCLES 1916 INDIAN Powerplus motor is here. OSBORM 8t LEISHEAR, 123 th St. N. W. IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for, this column are accepted at It, cents flat, either prose' or poetry, la ease no tice does net exceed ten line. Ada w coats for eao Has la eiceas of tea.) ' Vital feecorcfo - Mrth Wlllam and, Cora Warding, box. Panoa and Georgia Velles. girl. Warren W. and Annie Bhearer, boy. Walter C. and Lilly Smith, girl Philip J. and Arts J, 8ch warts, boy. ' Edrag R. and Maybell A. Robey. boy. Hahry L. and Eleanor Roosevelt, girl. Samuel M, and Emma M, Robinson, boy. Wlllard K. knd Irene C, Ross, girl. John and Mary X. Maler, girt. Charies D. and Julia A, McCaHby, girt, James M. and Hilda A,' Loekaams, girl. Francis D. and Lucy Xllmklearlee. tor. George 8, and LulaF. Herfurth, girl. Naaman L. and Mary . Oerman. 'girl. Arthur P. and Edna N; aranhelm. girl. William J. and. Mabel A. Dante, girt. Dominie and Elwela Cuotio, boy. Frederick W. arid Helen Anladon, bey, George and Nellie Walker, girl.. John, and Mary Teylerv girl. FTederlok and Sarah Sommervtlle. bey, Eugene and Bertha Puller, boy. Henry 'and Ruth.Penn, boy. Norman and Bv Lewis) boy. Thornton and Reels Jones, boy.. Robert and Rose Jackson. Arthur C. and Lola B. Botden, girl. Eugene and Chios-Johnson, boy, William and Verona Ford, boy. Marriage Ltciag. Raymond B. KebtAson and Bstelie B. No ion. . George MeDanlel and Isabella Waters. ' William Brent. Fairfax, Va.,. arid Minnie Taylor. Fairfax. Va. William H. Delaney and Amanda F. MoCall. Hannibal P. Rows. Olouceeter, Va.. and Lone B, Branch,. Wakefield. .Vs. Wlnfleld K. Renner, Richmond, Va., and Bottle O. Perdue, Richmond, Va. George Relther, Hickory, Pa., and Kathrya Kellv. Pittsburgh. Pa. Charles E. Groves and May Ft Luecomb. Manning E. LitchBord, Alexandria, Va., and Ida a. -immerman, Alexandria, ,vaa. gdgar W. Brownell and Sadie R. Kaapp. obert I. Maddox and Annie M. FTaln. Robert A, William and Dorothy Tinner. Deatluu George Snyder, 41 years, Tuberculosis Hos pital. Edmonla Hancock, 71 years. 7 Kentueky avenue southeast. Charles T, Sanderson, 75' years. 710 Seventh street southeast. Katherlne Laurer, 42 years. 1J Fifth street nor lowest. Mary t. Cook. M years. Ml L street south west, Gaerse Comnton. I yean. OarOeld Hospital Henry M. Dexter, 11 years, 221 Pennsylvania avenue nortnwest. Alonxo B. Eaton, 22 years, Casualty Hoe pltal. Wm Inlfred O'Conner, U years, Mt. Vernon apartments. Robert C. Cumberland, SO years, 107 Twenty- second street nortnwest. Catherine Inscoe, i months, HI D street northwest. Michael J. Urclplo. months, 2341 Eighth street northwest. Jamea E. Johnson.- tt years. Government Hospital for the Insane. Robert Smith, 2t years, 117 Twenty-first street northwest. Flora Taylor, 22 years, 70S Rook Creek Church road. James Simmons. It months, Freedmen's Hos pital. , FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS every ooerlst1en tausere'to grleea. QUO-, :ti4 r sTRanrr. UNDERTAKERS J. .WILLIAM LEE, CJtDBRTAKER UTBltT. 2 Pa. av. N. W. , Telephone M. UM. WABHINOTON. D. FOR RENTHOUSES U-f-ralaML HOUSES FOR RENT. DM Fairmont (furnished); Ur., bath.tlX.tt 2234 ave., ur ana i nains.... ut.ee 711 (th st. N. W.. 12r. and hati. (bawl. lag alleys and hall) 100.00 IU$ Kalorama road N. W. (furn lshed), Ur., bath 174 I-inier place, lOr. and bath 1UI Euclid street. Ur. and bath USe Fairmont s;rest, Ur. and bath.. 10 OUs st. N. W.. tT. and bath.... 7S6 Park road N. W.. 4r. and bath.... 1241 Md. ave. N. E., lOr. and bath 2411 14th st. N. W., r. and bath II D it 8. E., lor. and bath 17 D st. 8. E., lOr. and bath 40 Florida ave. N. W., 4r. and bath.. U24 Levis s- N. E., 4 rooms Garages. 222 3rd st. N. W.. rear KM 40,00 U.M 40.M U.M .H M.50 U.M S.U 22.50 il.SO 1.00 l.ee 444 M at. N. W., rear, .so Houses' for Rent (Colored). Hll Corcoran st. ICr. anl bath SU.M 1434 Corcoran at.. lOr. and bath 11.60 1WX Wylle st. N. E., . roet..j U.( Ml M it. N, W.i 4 rooms .. 1014 Uth at. B. .. 6 rooms U44 111 K IL 9. W., 6 rooms 10.M Apartments. Three r. and b. aparts. In The Carleton.f2S.04 mz iieiment roea -N. w., r., oatn, and porch; ur 10.00 13.2 Uth st. N. W., r., bath at floor). 45.00 13:: 14th st. N. W 6r., bath (Id floor). K.00 511 th st. N. W., 4r. and bath., 10.00 24fl 14th st. N. W., 4r, and bath M.M 518 4lh st. N. W., Ir. and bath........ 17.(0 Mt 14th 0. K. W., Ir, and bath 15.00 l Ith st. if. W.. 4r., bath M floor). .5.00 1534 N. J. ave. N. W Er. and bath... 23.80 Stores for Rent. 1215 13th St., store; 7r. and bath 147.50 2154 G a. ave., store: Ir. and bath 11.00 728 Columbia road N. W store 1.00 PERCY H. RUSSELL CO., Russell Corner, 9th and N. Y. ave. "Headquarters for Homeseekers." FOR RENT. 2110 1st st. nw., lPr. and b furnace 201 D at. nw., 10 rooms and bath 211 13th at. se., (r. and b furnace ,140.00 . 17.60 n.iu 22.60 20.60 1323 Eva its ne., ur. and b., furnace. 411 M st. ne., or. and nd b,... ., tr. an 608 Harvard st. nw and b., furnace 20.50 1611 D at. ae.. 6r. and b 17.50 442 9th st. ne., 4r. and w 15.60 FOR COLORED TENANTS. 214 K st. nw., 7r. and b 125.00 1415 11th st. nw 7r. and b.i 22.60 645 Acker at. ne., 7r. and b ,.... 11.50 MM Third st. nw., 4r, and b. (flat) 18.60 1235 Linden st. ne., r. and b 18.50 417 P at. nw., 6r. and w 18.50 1611 Ith st. nw.. 6r. and w,. 16.60 1237 Linden st. ne., 4r. and p. (flat) 14.00 27 Fsnton st. ne., 6r. and w, 11.60 2150 D st. nw., 6r. and w 12.60 2405 8th st. nw.. Ir. and w 12.60 Clifford A. Borden Co., Phone M. 2242. 604 5th st. N. W. SIX ROOMS, large front yard, large back yard, 113. 1221 N, J. ave. S. E. Apply next door. 1 APARTMENTS TO LET Furnighed. THE IROQUOIS. Apt. ML 1410 M st.-Coia-pletely furnished 6-room front apt.; player piano FOR SALE-FARMS 40 ACRES in Fairfax Co., convenient to both rati and electric line;, 13 acres in timber, balance under cultivation: well watered; large colonial house of 8 rooms in good shape, beautiful lawn and shade has pesn In one family for nearly 100 years; new barn and corn crib; all other necessary outbuildings; close to school and church. Price 13,200. Farm Dept. WM. H. BAUNDURS CO., Wash ington. D. C. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR BALB 6 horses and mares. 1 single farm wagon, 1 top wagons, l pair mules. Apply rear 472 Pa. ave. N. W. BEVEN HORSES, 2 big mare Pa. ave. N. W., north side. Rear 4S1 For Hire. WESTOVER STABLES, rear of lit 20th St. N. W. For hire, first-class saddle horses. I Special Notices MAM. IHtBWIKO CO.'S V. a SUfndarl !.braai MghT and dark peers, tSM: ale BiAVJckg. we 4U st. a. w. rur k. n2. AUCTION MLS . TiOHA.UOVv4X(J.A CM-AwatM.' 1 TVueteeeV sale o Valuable Improved, fesl eeute, belnt the two two-story brlok dwell lag . I aad Ui second; Street p. W. My virtue of e certain' Deed of Trust duly recorded n Liber No.' M7f, folio et esq., ef. the. Land Records of the District e)f Co lumbia, rnd at the -request of the partt secured theioby, the undersigned trustees will sell at poblrc aoetton. In front of the premises, on Tbursday. the 23rd day of Sep tember,, A. D. lilt, at half-pest four o'clock P. M., the following described land -and premises, situate In the Dlstrlot of Columbia, abd designated as aad being Let Fifty-three (11)1 the South one U) foot front by (the full1 depth thereof, ot Lot Flf ty-fottr , .(Ml and the North eeren (J) feet front, by the full depth thereof, of Lot Fifty-two (U lg James H. Marrs subdivision of Square Five hundred and ninety-seven (H7), as per plat recorded lu book 14, page IN, In the Bur. yoror's Office for said District. Terms of Sale:- One-third cash. A de. posit -of one hundred (1100) Dollars wilt be required at time of sale, balance in end and two ears, secured by first tryst oa the above described, property, or all cash at option 'of the purchaser. Trustees reserve the right to make terms more reasonable and announce the same at time of sale. Alt conveyancing, recording, eta", at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with. wlthla u, days from data of, sale, otherwise the trustees reserve 'the further right to re sell the property at the risk and cost of the fl planning pwehaaer, after days adver tisement of such resale In some newspaper ptthlUhed (n Washington, D. C. WALTER B. CARTER. JAKES H. WASHINGTON. Trustees, JON Uth St. N. W. asm p. MooRB, Attorney for garty secured, 1101 R SL M.W. PUBLIC NOTICE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash ington. D. C, September 21, 1911. Ordered: That the special regulations made under data ot September 14, lilt, for the preservation of public order and the protection of life and property on the occasion of the 41th Annual Encampment of the Grand Army ot the Re public. September 27 to October 2, WIS. In Washington, D. C, are hereby amended by repealing the second and third paragraphs of section of said regulations, and Inserting In leu thereof the following: "In the Interest, of preserving public order, and for the protection of life and property, the Major, and Superintendent of Police of the District of Columbia la hereby author ised to stop all vehicular and pedestrian traffic and travel along Pennsylvania Avenue, from the Peace Monument to 18th street, northwest, at the hour of 1:00 o'clock a. m and during the passage of the G.. A. R. Pn rede on Wednesday, the 2tth day 'of Septem ber, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and to stop all ordinary traffic and travel, Including the operation of street railroads along Penn sylvania Avenue, from the Peace Monument to Uth street, northwest, thirty minutes be fore the start, and during the passage of the parade. "No officer, agent or employe of any corpor ation operating street railway cars In the District of Columbia shall conduct or take any such car travelling westward from the Peace Monument or eastward from ISth street, northwest, thirty minutes before or durlntf the parade." O. P. NEWMAN. LOL'1.4 BROWNLOW. C. W. KUTZ. Commission ers, D. C. FOR SALE HOUSES i-i 1 1 iiiiimi Ml Ml OWN ,t..t-t-;-i;.j. :: YOU CAN OWN ONE :: OF THESE HOMES On 16th BL, between C & D Sts. S.E. by paying: only Jtot CA per ' '. month (which In vitX0J eludes- ' Vin4) V l4aes.Bfr t t hIhaI..1 m wvu iiitcicov ni ii titwiitat,f - ' I rooms, tile bath, deep lot. porch T across entire front. Beautifully located V GO OUT TODAY ' Open for Inspection dally and Eund:u V till P. M. JL HI MM MM IHlUHilW LOOK AT THESE!! HEAUTIFUL NEW- COLONIAL STYLE HOMES NOS. 612-514 PARK ROAD N. TV. s 4 SOLD 3 LEFT Six large rooms, full tiled bath, gas and electric light, hardwood trim, re-enfoivod concrete porches aad Iron balustrades (no rot); h. w. h. : gas range; built-in refrigera tor; wash tubs; cold storage and toilet in cellar; front and back (double) porches, irood slfed lot, with or without garage. ONLY $3,850 TERMS To Inspect These Charming Homes: Take ith st. cars, get oft at Park road. and walk one oiocx east. Sample House 618 Park road. Furnished h; W. B. Moses. E. H. GOTTWALS, OWNER AND BUILDER. 1123 Warder St. N. W. Phone Col. M. jhii mi n-i mm i imi i J. U IB JL. rftSVCti I1UA1J-, 1- l rooms, tile bath, larae lot. norch. all modern Improvements, one and one- half squares from LINCOLN PARK. Ob 14tt st. N. E-. bet. North Carolina 4- ave. and C st. One of the most beau tiful locations In the city. Only tlOO cash and balance like rent. 122.60 per month. Including interest and principal. PRICE, $2,250 Open daily and Sunday until 9 p. m COME OUT TODAY. Mill llllll! '.MM Ml I !! SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. H-Mmmn n; imimif COLORED HOME SEEK ERS, ATTENTION I $50.00 Lots Reduced One-Half Until Oct. 1st. On electric line. One car fare. No in terest. No taxes. Easy terms. We as- X slst you to build. Great opportunity. . T Call at our office. T HIGHLAND PARK IMPROVEMUNT , T Co.. 620 0th st. N. W. Phones M. 1868. M. K10. v'rvi" BUNGALOW MUST SACRIFICE Come out and make offer. Owner must !eae at once; 5 rooms and bath;' all city and .modern conveniences; beautiful view surrounding country; oak trees, fruit, ber ries, vegetables, flowers, lawn. Inspect any time. Owner. H. E. WATKINS, Thrlfton, Va, Great Falls line, one fare. 1 "OEM'' BARGAIN HUNGALOW Gas, elec tricity, bath; one fare xone. II. D. GO". DON. Bond llldg. FOR RENT OR SALE Very attractive cot ' tage, 7 rooms and bath, all modern im provements; large grounds, fruit and shade trees, chicken, house in yard; high eleat!on: rent l.60. 1640 W St. S. E.. Anncostla. LOT 60x250. Takoma Park. Md.. 1200. J. N. RY1.AND. Takoma l'ark. D. C. 1 HOW TO DE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on 1100 cash and 115 month, at CHEVY CHABE. For full particulars dro- costal, telephone, or call on WM. . H hlTCHIE. 117 Colorado bldg. Tel. M. i 1 MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN BUILDING .LOANS AND SECOND TltUST. Money to loan at I per cent on District Real Estate. Any amount from $.'W to 15,0(1 on first or second trust, in straight note or monthly payments. Takes only three dai to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1411 O ST. N. W. -t- MONEY TO LOAN-126 to 1500.000 en D. C. real estate. Several trust funds, i', tp I per cent. All transactions conducted uiu economical consideration for borrowers. WM. II. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Building. 107 Uth st. N. W. MONWT TO LOAN oa real estate lowest rateet prior payment privileges; large unts. TiJ u si uuTua-ttrviiUJ. ;-) mo.