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TJTE WASirnS'GTON TTMES. TUESDAY, NOVTttmtfR 23. 101R. 17 T U.S.ARMVASAJOK Says It Is Trained to Travel on Pillow and That Patriotism Is Vanishing. NHW YDHK. Nov 21 -Henry Iteuter flahl. tho nrtlM. who enlnvs tho repu tation of on of pert on nnvv affnlra. ha an article In the Metrnpnlltnn Ma Tlne for Derombor. entitled "Arm or Purren- der." In which hn makes some stnrtllnKi ruwertlons regarillnir the defenseless con-1 dltlon of tho nation from a military point of view. II open with this sham arriPrnment of Amerlcinn' nMrlntlsm or lack of It: I "Our patriotism Is waning and drlft Ine nwav on the ebb tide of Indiffer ence, nnd as a nation our manhood la on the decline: notional conscience -el nave nor. no loncer can an American hold 'Hints head abroad. Our -'ace In the world Is tint of n. money has In Grmanv no are laughed at. despised bji spineless; vventdlnirs: our monev nlono Is feared England thlnka we are row arda and American life a commodity which can bo nnld for In cash. The French phrua; thHr 8h0uMcr." Tho Mexicans ridicule us, he says, and regard trs as a race of cowards "In Naco. Arli.." he says, "the rlnht arm or tho Government cnards not the lives of the Inhabitants. Barricades of nav bales before the wlndnwa keep Mex ican bullets from kllllnc them In their aleeo: In tho daytime they duck low and trust to luck." Invasion Easy. Invasion by a European power he re Rarda as rld'culously easy. "Rlshl before our very e"es." lie ftjs, "cur navy and army have deteriorated. Bo far. no one cites It has been dem onstrated nnd proved beyond argument that the American Navy la not strong enouch to maintain the command of tho sea and uphold tho Monroe doc-! trine. With the American fleet swent off the sea. the enemy's Invasion on I our soil becomes but n mntter of uteam-1 er schedule Twice this has been done In the war names of our own fleet. "The army cannot defend all Its forts." ho contln Jes. "It has no auto-, mobiles to transport all Its baRRaKc; Its shoes are for the parade wound nnd I will wear out under two months' march- I Ins: It has nineteen motor nmbulnnces I Tor Its wounded. Its supply satom cannot stand the strain of wnr. but will break down ns It did durlnr the Span ish war. It Is without nmmnnltlon trains, armored automobiles, nrmored railroad trains. havv mortars for fl Id work, has ammunition but for o oouplo of days' battle, and with less than one hour's supply for coast defense tuns, and has not sufficient Held artillery Tho mobile armv In the continental 1'nttoH stptoi 1. hi t l"lo I, th-in twice the New York police force and It! reserve counts some sixteen men It masters ten aeroplanes, all of which cannot fly Coast Guns Useless. "Practically all tho creat "les of coast defense are from the deslsn of tho Ordnance Department, and their dis appearing; carriages are the Invention of tho present bureau chief. Many are obsolete, and tho carriages of the heavy Runs have to bo remodeled. They per-' mlt only a limited degree of elevation. and through faulty design good gunsi are rendcied Inferior in range to those, of tho enemy's ships For want of foresight the bureau placed this hand!-1 cap on ceiy lurge-rallliered, direct-firing gun of our coast defense from Mulno to California, Ihc' pieces are now use-I less against the latest suporclrvuil-. naughts until this handicap Is removed. "The Inefficiency settled upon the army by Concress and the arm's un prepareduesfl for war Is lsuallzed by tho hopeless and pathetic statu of its 1 Aviation Corps. America Is the land of ' the aeroplane. Here It was born, but I the army has now but ten machines, one fell recently In the sea and killed Its aviator. That these machines can not fly cannot be the fault of Congress I Our loss In aviators has proportionately I been almost as Irrw ;m In the tiling' carps of the great armies now enguged In war. Trained To Travel On Pillow. "The American a-mv Is trained to travel on a pillow. Soldiers must go i to maneuvers In a tourist sleeper, of-' fleers In Pullmans At least that Is ' our peace method. To tho Texas maneuvers a regiment was ordered from Indlinapolls. It tould have pull ed out In s'x hours, reaching Its desti nation in thirty, tr.iclln' In bux curs as In Franco and Germany liut this reglrotnt had to wait thicc days for tourist slupers. The outers to movo I camo In February, not until four months later did the force teach ltK maximum strength, without regiment of light artillery, ambulances, field hospitals, engineer', and Blgn.il force. No ammunition nor udoquite supply trains nor transports existed, and tlicco regiments never reached proper war strength " 'What are ou going to do about It?' To which I answer, Trust the army, chuck politics sky high, again put the fear of Go.! In Congress, kill the graft uf the useless army pests, do away with the bureau atcm, and let tho fighting army run its own show, according to tho lines laid down by the genernl staff. They are trained for It, Congress Is not. Establish 11 council of national defense so that tho arnty may bo ropremnted on tho floor of Congrcsi and thu demands and opinions of the efficient soldier may bo heard throughout tho land, aive It a budget a) stem as exlMs in ecry country where defense means something." Passaic Pastor Given 30 Days in Workhouse NOT YOItK. Nov a. The rtev I.ud wlg Itabe, of Passaic, .V. J, plr.irlod guilty to disorderly conduct yesterday before Magistrate Marrh In the Tonths court. Ho wna sentenced to tho woiK house for thirty das. Ho la flft -eight, a widower, has two urown-up children and his been pastor of the Get man Baptist Church for nva years. "I hid been drinking ton much " sild the prencher In court. "Mi onicer set a trap for me Ho tempted me. and I sinned. I admit It. and I am norr I beseech our honor not to "end tne to Jail. It will kill 1110 I can pay any linn Imposed " The Rev Mr. Itabe left his hom tn Passaic Thursday to deliver an address at a meeting of women In n Baptist church In West Fortv-thlrd street Mis fnends nero alarmed wlan he did not return To clergmen from JMsale railed at tho Tombs prliou Intimating an eftort would be rrnde for a rehearing Hen, 22 Days Without Food or Water, Lives INDIANA. Pi . Nov M Twenty-two rtays without food or vvnter nml "till HvlnB Is the remarkable renin or n. Plymouth nock hen at (ieorgevllle On October !o some one put a hen In the back or .1. II Mevvart'a Iiubkv and closed the 11 ip Mr Htevwrt drove home, put the r, iir.-v inj and did not use It until twei -I'vo dn later vv hen he accidentally discovered the chicken The ton I, lediiKil to a skeleton, li re overlnj rapidly. 1 THE BROKEN COIN By FMEUSON HOUGH. , , . . I Pnnln....1 KAm Vn.tr.1v nun nltt ..! It . l . I. I KI..T TO AHIiUEVI ATIONH TTRPn! Ill' j&tlTr. hnfir1 1 nil In. Otlll Wfth u . .rv:r:. . ..;:::: ' r -;,;. niy"cut,or:-,;"eauor.1 v.; rrrc jM: ''kpi er. i--ho.. ur o iifi jim, nut tuni iiv r.v.. Ior m nnnt n movement ,.b ,-7 ;r """''. iwr.i iimurninneu nuusc, giirueii. iuri mm .,,,". to lay an Iron liuni) on tho shoulder of ..We, ',, ",V, " ,i,i hn "who'll i'8.,"""1'!1""1.' ,ln. Kxp-nxperlenc.il Tr. Adv.-Transportutlon may be nd- the cowcrlne man who wink back upon , n,it on tho .ocUlv na' linv? tlie valVw', u""1" favornble iimdltlons. his neat, "your ilay In lonc. I ilo not noSira wera total lo?B-Sml In am 11 . rm".,,.nV,'J.".Uo Mt' " w,m b underatooil that nil opportunities ie of say you were a party to tills I only ', ""?,, n nllaH ani an Ihm Ll.tTnl" .. ,rmunem nature, and the help I, des.ln.1 n noon tm possible. ctifnSSLiiT fe mSt" " 1 '" " rea.l "from "tholltt"."' o'b t"of "ARM LAIlOHEIt APPLICATIONS .., for househoU worK. 1I.I.MI. P- rhortm?hTp,iVl.ntmorlou'r0rea0m .!;,,'"' h8 cannot return to ,- ,. ".lyUnd. ST M'v .''deducted. " U mo uoor anu iiismniiy wr " .. i.nhin.i him nnv rmi . there ' outcast king. Within, before tliein nil, fronting litem nil, stood a man, stern and resolwd to nccept whatever re sponsibility now thirc was. "Gentlemen." tald he. "you hase m proof. I submit my rnso to ou nnd tho parliament. I submit myself to the law. As for that law. If It Is '"" to reign, always shall I uPl;t It. nn.i always shall It be my ambition to K to the people Hint liberty, that Justlco which I myself have learned to love. Still the silence, the tense electric si lence which thus far had held them all They stood thus for one moment. The ns with one common I""""1'0-"",,!"""1;, the same thought bad caught them at the same Inatont. inch of theso men Idlers nnd wasters or men of purpose nnd of prlnc'ple raised his hand. Theto rose In unison the old cry: "LONa uvr: the king." CHAPTER LXXX. Katharine. Two were alone onco more, two whom f.to had so strangely casi xoaew cr . . , such scenes. The tumult nas ceaocu. . r..iA n,! rftr tiow nhtalned within these ancient walls These two were I alone In tho great throne room of the kingdom, for tho nobleman hud signi fied that such was his wish Ho turned toward her now gravely and held out his hands. Sho placed hers In his. trembling. "Was It true?" sho whispered. "Did thev Indeed and indced-dld they call you the King? Oh. how can I be happy at thu" Now, I must go back 1 must leae you!" "You thill! never go!" said tho quiet olcn of the man who confronted her. ' You shall never lcac mo now, But how ? You aro the Klng7 It has been continued. The scripts were true what we thought was true." "I am tho King! Yes. but how shall I rule alone? You shall alt btslde me, for tls you hue taught me how a King should rule. 'kiDerty and Justice' thoso words weio strangers to mv ears until you spoke them. Think you J could go on In ths business now, this solemn un dertaking which I must assume, and miss your counsel In the future? You shall be an much Queen as I urn King In establishing those piluclples in this kingdom." "Hut I cannot! I am an unknown woman I am of no birth. I am not vour " Again ho laid his fingers upon licr lips lightly. "Cease!" said he; "do not sav that word. Michael, himself, my father, per haps was of no loftv lineage so far aa traced Kings could be named. He him self camo from where he grew ho seized the reins or power ana no gao the people such liberty and Justice as then was possible. Am I better than ho? Was hp better than vou-iim I? 8a v no more, think no more that wurd whle.. ou were about to mime " Aunln he held out to her his hands, nnd now. In spite of all she could lo, she could not withhold Iter own- could not withdraw them, so llrmly clasped were they now Treinblln,;, weepliiK, she looked up Into his eei "It Is all clear," said he to her at lenitth. "It wna Grahame, my un faithful liode,'uard, who tud tho knowledge of these things and who betrayed us by that knowledge lln Kot the coins from Ports ltolciu I nccord him but one Item of thanks It was through his treachery, that I lost the coin at the time thrt I wis In your country, on tho errand of the 'Irntihoffen loon Ho riole thM coin He must have lost or rlwned half of It, or sold It At leis., that Is how ou found It. So, I thank him for sn muoh aa that. "As for Itolenu the son Ht that faith ful servant of my father he shull bo honored by ua both In cnuso he has I Klvcn lovnltj. I meolf have grieved ' that once I was cruel to htm. even- after the old fashion of our rules here Not iiiutn shull that occur. Ttoleau, our friend, my irvTnt he shall bo captain of the Impel I.U fluard t hnve told him so much as that " hat n curse nttcuds thos- treis- ures' peo now. out of nil these who novo lit i-il auuui me, iwo Ilivo ijih-ii faithful the son of that in in win, was fntthful to our eirller ltlnc;, nnd miu' Vou fought me, es, but you fnuiiht filr. You kept vour word you honorerl our own parole you al ways will do so. I trust jour ivord na I tru-t the beating of nn own heatt lou then shall be you aro my queen!" She could not answer, and still he responsiblllt for toth nf us We serve for liberty anTl Justice." He led her itentlv to the irreit throne1 of Oretxhoffen. which stood before them now They bowed hefore It "I irlve ou my faith. Katharine." said he, simply. "Do vou love me" "I do " said she. so low ho could scarce catch the words , And even In these words spoken there the one to the other. In the silence of1 the irreat throne chamber nf the klnxdom. , tliolr nllk'hteil troth eeemed ne the words of the priest and the roar of the Rreat i orunn onrl the Inter npplaino of the n.in...i,i.i m,,ini,. ,h hoii-rt ,h.m as 8biont of the land He kuno her a hand now un the stepa to the creat throne Itself, and bowed to her ns alio dropped back unon the preat rent uf power. "flod do eo to mo nnd more also." nnld ho isolcmuly, "If ever I betray them or vou " L'KNVOI. t'nder the ea there eped from the little kingdom of Oretrhoffen to thn great republic of America a meisiKe carried In the electric spark which united the world It wan directed to the cltv editor of the Dully Btar In Kitty Oray's. Brother Tom Not Really Frightened He Didn't Know That Man he Found Sleeping On His Lawn Was Brother John. OKLAHOMA CITY, Not. 27.-j4'r, Mcl.luiiln chini! here iiom v'ullioimu In vl.'lt bin tirotlini , Thomas, vvliom he had not seen tor twenty ears JIavlnir ar rived In tho nlh'ht, hu had hla mother a lioiiso pointed nut to him, but did not uw aken tho lamllv John's accuBtnmcd to sleeping nut of doota, ao he la down oiittdijc on the aott llennuda ktiibi. pl,ii.ed Iub he.in on hlx hmdbaK and slept theio all niKht. lie prefcned It to a bed In tho limine. .... ...... . .... . . ...laf.VI.nH tO tliako .ll.rillnn. An hi...i. nil uioiutr nwivep on tie lawn lie jut' lint recoulillo him nllliouzli ho Icn.vv I his nnu Imr waa coming Irom t nliromia soon Whit arc ou dolnc here?" he de manded, not lecnsnlzlntc his brother 'lou inuut be a tlKhtwad to object to a man sleeping on utu terns, ' John retorted "Ihats all right, " said lorn, 'hut you'd better bo on your vvny now John rofusi.il to ko and wna handed over to a policeman Not until after thev hnn reached the police station did lie make iilmaeir known Then Tom nought two boxes of clKars for the po ll -"ttieeis to iiuiet tmli I'liiuhtei and "ild be winilil Ini) everv man a diiiK If the had not already closed tno noons. neirlnn itrni.iiinvnai. "ps;i!ia uraetlsjovonals tiik i;ni). Bites Man; to Have No Meat for 90 Days Prisoner Shows Teeth to- Court, Gets Off With Novel Punishment. ( WIMCns-IIAItHE. Pa.. Nov 3 -With tho undorsttndlng that he abstain from eating meat for a period of three months. Judge II. A. Fuller paroled lit link Mnrenskl. who had beer, ad judged guilty of assault and batteTy on Victor Duna. Die assault took place during a fight, and Duna charged that Mnrenskl bit a mouthful of flesh from nls body. No other damage was done. Judge Fuller was Inclined to treat tho tuuon -,. ., "n j a.ked Ma rones I to show his teeth In court This he did. aftnr which thn court ilcori oil that he could go froo If he promised not to tat meat for a perbjd of three mouths. Breaks Leg For Eighth Time in Ten Years BAI.TIMOni:. Nov 23.-For the eighth time within ten years Charles Burns, aon of Charles K. Ilurns. of Tow son, broke one of his legs by falling from the steps of his home Tho boy was nbout I to go walking with Ills father when his foot alloneil from one of the steps and he felt forward, The bov received tho first break when he was two jears old by falling from a stool 8eon months, ago ho fell while on his way from school, and for the seventh time one of his legs was broken. All tho breaks were from falls Knell leR has Ik on broken In dlf fcrent Pisces four times EDUCATIONAL STEWARD'S Bi;fll:e.SS eOI.t-EOR, IMi . P SIP. N Thorough course lo tihortnaiid. 1'ooakMpliia and civil Service Singing. Elocution MHO. EMI 1.1 HIKi II MAHNK-l. 113 lllh el. N C Phone Una 1711. TutBdata and Prldlys 1311 llth at N. VT ASSOCIATION INSTITPTK-l)a"y or Even Ins l'reparatory. Diaftlnr. (trade. Com mrrLlal Accountancv, ljinsunsea Haleaman. ,1 Ip V M C A 173 '. Bl N W WASHINGTON BUSINESS and CIVII. MlltW K ne'llKi1. 1117 N. Y. ave M 430 V, C l-nlest I'rln Mil MONIIOK. Tiachar of Piannturte Pupil of rJeorke P Itoyle, 1'ealiodv CjiiBerva,o- and IauIb Ilachmcr. Iter. In CUi.ii. Mon ed Thurs . Fat Ml II st N W 1 PIANO l.OMtlNH inonfl T) year' experl ence. IMI. 6SS Times oflhe 1 MOVING, PACKING, STpRAGE Kree inoBlnir for alor nav. V icilti or . a.ltl. Miiii'it" TitiNn:ii ,v. sroit vfii: ph. ins . M.lht Ph. .iPIC. MOV1NO PAUiii-.u iam AiUVXiMU KUIIMolla'tt rbona U Wl-IU. KRlr;;S KXP1.ESS, UU 11 HUaat N. W. rroRAGE. packinu Aim HiiirpiNa. I MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! adanced on atorage. UMTEU TriANSKE'l AND sTOHAOK (.O ltt nnd D xta nw ph. M MC LitlinilK on 1'm.kmg alii Shipping CLKAN, dry atorage for furniture and piano fctimif cneeriuuy giten. MCHLRIt ijtj !' v , n v l-hona Mnln 1ZI3 : , , Washington, Banmorc and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex press Company, 1017 H St N F Pn I inr 170 lVl ' " 3Xm n' B" r"' "nCj JaU' rroiiAUK II mo., nsuied in ire, all we a. compare our price to others, estimates cheerfully atven, central location, d.y. .iea .. .,?i.F5?t,?i,'T"' , - BJ;V-fiVtats HTonAof0cVni ,Mm.L irof'ind up ' Mon, Pa'ckla. Phene Vain l?7 n'-l.'fi 10 h st V W FIREPROOF STORAGE , ..., , .k.j Mum. . M M,K n 'Praia i.mj Kouin.. . w Month 7p Merchants' 1 ranifer & StoragcCo. Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W. LUbl'ANU FOUND LOST "Nipht of Nov. 18, prob ably near 9th and G Sts tan extension Sll'lt C.ISe ', IiamC. Thom- ,- , , ; , .IS Dolan, 3d, Philadelphia, Pa. on end; reward. Return to CONTINENTAL HOTEL. ?. 1 IN Mmdl, fo-ftet.mcnol ienter M at in llth st. car lo Noriujl Sihuol Apnrtnwnl 11. Ituiallon uoil I i. Mill- vvhllo. hetwcin llth anl llth su ,N , pink nose Llbii.ll rtivunl. 1-.' IC1I1 si S i QOI.ll AMI'Tin.ST It(lS.lt Jlrd Jtjl Wnr.lrr st .N W Llharal re ATi II -lldinlltun, Kul I chain and locket i.S'.Ii'Ar1' -' l'"'1' 'n lleomBlown II.WAl I iiLitm wiii Moni:.o nth and r. HbLH WAMfEU FEMALE COIIHLT MAKim- one who understands (,,"".IK ","1 1'i-ililni: THK IOI)i:i. (.Ol! HKT MIOI'. i mi, HAlll lttl.iss,l.i, KiK.rlencei mir who un. KraUnls h.llr vvolk .MISS ItVO.S. 4'i Iv enols II' lldlnp .,,, ,hn.. i, ., LT . 1 i" .' Tho "r tlwroufhly prlsncd JVLlUb OAUFINKI.E 4k CO HELP WANTED MALE nOIrl AM) VOl NO MRS Willi wheel. Jl f0 a dn Ai. at omo ;r. i.tli si N V COI.I.AH I'llIIHSBH l:,er.eme.l un old an. I now vvoik, bud I imy steuUy Job Call nl once 417 7lh ki 8 11. IlltIV pit-Cohired. for furniture, wagon Al Pl HOI'miOD'H llll anil K als N W UMII.MI HOY ul I U VI i l with iv het I (i 11 9 II l N V 'lIl'rlKG IO N(!M I'vpt iliiiced csfi fl trr s 1 1 Iper ur one eniilii)d hv jus coaipanv pi efern-.l Auiwer hj Idler imlj Till! NATIONAL OArJ f.oVKRNOK CO., Muns.y Dulldlac. BUCLh I UN Oh AVAILABLE urHUR I UinI I ibb Detailed information concerning the following opportunities may bo secured free of churrrc upon application to 1 uukkau UF INFORMATION, UNITED STATKS DEPARTMENT u LAUOR, 801 Virginia. I7&-T7J4 Norfolk Luunl On. Undo man fur . nrdenlnr and 0ulrln American (while) J cms. Kp :o pj, li&u Wst Virginia. ?0 Till. Nicholas County, Ons msrrloj man for neiiersl fsrni work Enallsh, Iri.h. (lermtn or lielnlan trrrrM. othr KS. J-4 cows. KH ntetoarr. Kip, No ablec tlon to children Inrit snouKn to work. Tr. dv , and deducted, Ui-ii PM. UU vases acrnrdlriK to ability COMMON LABOR. Virginia. lfs-1021 Dlnwlddls County. Wanted 10 insrrlfd or ilnile men, 10 for hanlling tosrdi and work about lumber vsrd. 10 for work In saw and planlni mills. Italian. Pr.nch or Oreeki. (No Ituulana ) Soms li SI Vd " uet1. It hours Pi) DOMESTICS. District of Columbia. , ITft-UO. Washington, 1). (J. Ons ilnsl HELP WANTEDMALE lOU.MJ MAN for stenokrapher'a poaltion. lata eiparianco and raiersncci Iieix tn Tllnea office. MICN and bura wo want bicycle lor work ing purpoMa, hlh arada, sliahtlr uaad loclea Irom II to II down and II per week. Northeast Dicycle Exchange, 506 H St. N. E. ICN to sell Jewelry on the lnitnlhn.nl plan In Alexandria. a. Hnlary and luminlssion Addrres lift) II ItAIUNU, HH Kltm rt Alexandria Va atKN lo learn Darbar trmdat few weeka la quired ateadr position for competant crad- uatei. uoiiderrul demand for barbera. rrea cataloa.ua. IVAUIII.NUION IIAHllblt Cell- l.i r laehlnalon ll C I (l.B TIN ItlKJKr.lt 07 h et N I'AI'UIIIIAMlUt Mood IM' .11. Bl N W Apply at ones 1 PKKiriMAN-i'yllnder, at once. Tlie UI.TI l'lli:HH. Alexandria. a. IIAIl I PnUIHi:il Kx.erlencpl. for ladlea' and rtn tlenien s sartnentN. soil pay and atea 1 work sit l.i. jit N N 1 HAI.KrfMGN lor household urtlrlee which till at It.' IO onl hlKh.tliiBB men will lie ton el terel Call H7 Munie IllilK nfler 7 p in SOI. I ITUIIH- 1 wo s'sid clutsined adver'ls Ink Applv 1 I . II si N W, between sn t to s m 1, .VI 11.11 white, elrrienred U1III1 M CAKK. 1721 Pa ave WANTLI- Men to leurn barber irale rew niathod wasts aftir nrat month dlpl iina awarded, steady .,Bltton guaralil.ed, vrlie for rlalo,ue Mol.l'.lt S IIAIIIIKIl 'ul.. Ijl.1 .V llowery New York lln FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. II HF .S V 4-0- rrimt apartmmt. 2nd nor, rnmplet 1 h k 112 CrO p r month I. HT .N W . tOMie fnnt room. w-II lewtid qnlit limiy 17 Pf month. th .1 IN U 110V laurge evcond floor lack rrim, weil hiaiel. aleo front ball room l nl$lo per month S J AVK N .. Ill Warm nlcelv fur- I nlNhed rouniH I, h k If dntre1, tranftlnt ai fitiii ulated. noar Vnlvn Station an 1 i'ohi ofllte I P rT N V , 13 I-argB heated riwni Cfmr fiont. rraaAnabln . .nd itli Mr . 7o NUilv funilHt.) I riiinia. I. M up. i,rntlenian preferred 1 VA K ST foora N . l33-Flret and aecond Kth ST N W C1J Front room. ul,abte lor two, Ji: pt-r month, hall room, to r-r month h nmxl ahed lur II KT N. W . 22 Two room- wit kltchn alio large front room furnUh light houh'tping I'A A B N W . 130ft-1 Opp. HaUUhl- U'artu aunny, hot water dall . no car lar raim . nivvlV ..rtd and n.lnf.l .l.clrlc IlKh a lllh oT 1111 -Wall funilshwl tx.ii . h lulh second fl Kir plioni r.2 Unfurninhed. 5tli HT V II 716 -T laritf roninn front hnt (tan tiwth nfwr ur j.n, 112 tnontli J FTht N K 1110 1 fir unTur room toit. En prUHtc bnth 111 to llu month 1 ll st is t; , 1u Two or iht- room ?conl fl or no clillflrfn Xurnibiiea and Uniurnwnrd. 6th ST N W . 3:i&-One good lej rom KUufVlS AND bUAhD B bT N W V15 (Mllllam llouael Uooma und board. 10 fl a in. breakfaat 1 k'rtTn W., Ul Ilooina with board cen tral, lioinu cooking, trnnalenta nccommo- late1 I. in til N M . "Oh Kina witn iw-Mecl ioara, attain heal, pri.aie imin, jrntoiiuum ri. WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD A ClinfcltrL'I. mldille-aird ladv wants Uwrd ! and a comfortable home In a refined private famllv Addre.B 11 M, llosslyn 1' o. -Uelerefic.B exchqnsed. 1 TABLE BOARD I. ST N W., SO Two rreala, 12 50, 3 menta 13 L FGR SALE MISCELLANEOUS C T lll'JvTUR'rl aanllary dust-kllllns; Poor oil keep. lh floors Iran anJ bright and Klvea main polished finish i.ool loi vour furniture Tr It. Onl oft- a g.vllon lellv ij H3 I'a ava N W Phone M Mt TII1K I'l'MI'. lever action, for sarasa, al.i heavy auto coat anu oanuuw iwi . .. II .t evening S to 7. USED PIANOS. IJ.S Huntington upright. i:ll Jacob llrua. Lprlght Ijsw Ijadaman upright , .. tut n IM uscu rLAicna. Ulo rahle-Nclaon. Il-nota player U I7J) v'eclllaii k-nota player HI I7EM Ant.lus, la-uota play.r i.1 JUELG PIANO CO., llth and O N W. ll.l.N 1IK1J spring, mattress, pair pillows, blanket und comfort, (.uniplete outfit, new, (9 75. JOIINt.OVa. UU II st N. i:. Open every nlglil elnway 812 11 tsquara), 123, les.otiB tree. N. W We Rent Reliable Underwood Tpawrltera, 12 CO l'er Month. Other machines al proiorllonately low rates. IIKNi:ilAl. Ill'IIVMHTUIl CO. Ill llth at. N W 1'hone M I6M. DON'T WASTi: '11MB writing by hand; renting an L MJUllWOOIJ and using It in our lorrespondmce inojns siv.lal attention liald lu )our litters. "lh. nincnine ou will eventually buy" I MlKltWOOD Til'ti W1I1TE!' CO IWI F st N. W WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIUIIi:&r l AHII prices paid lor worn vlotu. lug either ladlea' or nuns semi postal, will call 11 1'Alldlll.S, liuv Uh st. N, 1 hone North llt i IF Ol' HAU AN I'l UNIT. III. I send for L. Nun.H. .11 II st. N Main 4110. WANTBO- Furniture, plsnoa. carpets, etc Phone M 12 for waKon, or have us call. "WEgCHI.Eli B," 10 i'a ave, N TV. V A.'JTI.O-rurnltut. lol cu.h good, lo th. iiisn who sive Jl.H.eV l-.f HOi V OOii bid .nd e.ll 111. Iilu.l 1 ANfi:i-.iM lealher beds hy .anuary l.i, l?il. Nauare Ilenl Furultui. "0 .oi Rv st. N W. I'h U, M3I. n.st prices guar ant. .4. MILLS BUILDING. Virginfa. MT-im. Hoanoke ounly. One lnsl woman or mIiIoh lnr uMi.trnl liuu-ir. Any nn tlonslliv xceip EnslHli. KS ncesrv .No ehll.lnn Ksntl. Ci PM for i psfl need woman Uood liom. Tr. sdv. from Norfolk. 170-IN Dlnwlto'ie County. Ons cook and one Itundreis wanttd. Plnnlf. insriied II without children Hnsllsli. lllfln. Ojr inn. French, oi Irish. KniploMnenl for (island at 1125 PIl of II hours at lumber Mam. ' Cow 110 I'M; lunlre 4 I'M la all eren.. Tr. adv and delected. MISCELLANEOUS. Maryland. t;-!!00 llaltlmore County. Wanted two boys Ml or 11 ysars of ae) for aseembl room aeseinbllna cloeks. Americans. J hours I'D. M F'W more If worth It. Pennsylvania. Mt-tl Phlladciuhla County. Wanted I painters. Any naUonilUy. IU PW. llesu lar hours. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOItKINOMEN-We expect to sell mora and here'a where you ahould b Interested, wa buy so aa to site the beet chhIi saving alue to be had. but wn do not Bell at or below cost, we make a prom and so do vou. see lb for new 13 shoes; we sell at half, one price. Jl'HrH'H Ol.ll STAMP, 119 V. 1 Floors Waxed. 1'I.iji.iHH IVAXI.D. Mimlshcl stained or io nnlBlifil, low ratra to advertise work llOX U.'. Times office e Sowing Machinea. Tlllli:i: dropltat Mniters. ti. II. 17. repair Ins II up, 1 Iclorlal IteMew Patterns nt i!3 I'a ava, H I: I'h l.lnc :;l I Upholstery. FHK-I'lhei; Si 11 EH Uphosterel in tapeeirj, t up Free Del Her) "Ilulll" ly ciafteinen or unusual skill A CM J I 1'IIOUI KII1NI1 CO. J007 7th M t-37 Window CleanittR. HOW AUOb'T TIIOSK lllKTV WI.MKIWS' CAIIOON ACMK WINIXlW CI.KASINO FBIIVlrr :t O Hi N W Main TIM PaintB. nt'Pr-AIO A U O PMNT1 COM) lit (I C I.A.N(SI,i:Y IMINT CO 1411 t Si X W Phone West ' Wulcn and t lKk Hospital. TUB ECMI'aK Watch Repair Co IB n v;. clock anil Jewelry .. .. ... .. ..... -- -.--'r. ivepwir e,o ew n. vv urop posiai win send give estimate, wa have 13 vears eip. Dirdn and Animals. JITPT Kr.CC IV ED tinging ranarlea. parrnta, dog, cata rabMta aulnea pt goldnihea aquartumi, and remedlea far all kinds of peta aend lor catalogue Taxidermy In all Iti tranche. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM. "II llth et N. VV Antique Pn rnit tire. ItriNiirina and Pin, rinl.hlnf. lOeneral turnltua uork eapclally lnnntliua WASHINGTON ANTIQLK KL'RN! rUHIa hllOl 2121 I'a a.e. nw Hi. Weal ll MattrcttMCH and Box Spring. ilKMOVAI. NOTICK- -Mattreaa re no atl and re-inade equal to iew aa l"w aa fl 4'allfd for anl llvcred CAI'ITOI. HED PINO CO 441-4-t O at N W I'h M UU I bl'KLlAl. UK THI HUA.O.S-lIalr and I tell ii.attreaeea all elzaa remade and reno vated, tailed for and delivered. It only , EAOUK HCDDINO CO.. ICW 7th at. N. W I'hona N. L110 1 Vacuum Cleaners. Vacuum Cleaning, $3.50 Per Day. ' Mth ekuert operator, hard or electric clean- ( era for lent. II per day. NAT I- ACLLXI SALCH CX) . MAIN la tTII AND V HTW. V. W Typewriter.. ' J WDhHW OOD7r,,'V. 1" "", 4 12 a month. t T it. n I'h North .M& Carpet CloaniiiR. CAIII'inH THOHOUUIILY AND CAItE- ftUlv cleaned rue woan from old (arpta nialtrrasp novktetl. KallnvatM furnlahal AI.ll&l.l K.M1LXHT CO.. iU U at. W, U ZVI3D PERSONALS .OUISE AiAiER- HAIUrHtKShlNO Uanlcurlnc. Scaio treatment, chlrooodv. All branchea tauaht I llouia 9 to 7 bunday. t to 2. SOS Kenoli HUf llth and (1 ata M tin I I MtlI(L!M.A, taraaola re coered. repal.ed made to ordtr canei fitted ladlea material made up I-EO.N'ArU) RCUEU "12 llth n. SCAI-I' TltKATMKNT. facial treatmenv munlt urtnic hair dlnir bleaching Mils MAi: COHAN Koim 2)1 Kenola Hull lln MISS VCFI I S Manlcurlna and bcalp IIWOO "C!,u Tr.atm.nt Hours lo I 4. IU G t. N W. Apartment 2. third Doar. l MIS-I JAURRON. manleurlit nnd chiropody; hour. 10 a m to 6 p m 1J12 New York ave N V aerorul floor 1 MltS t)UA KIKM). Mairnettr ma-.Baite fare nnd acalp treatment in ii bt n w , so nxm i GEVTI.IIMnN and la 11... save vour hair fineclillilrK fekln ARoctlon I'tmnlea Acne CTironlc Kczemu Lupun SuierIicUI Cancera Wurxit Medlctnee riectrlc TreH'trpnt FUR GARMENTS ".'..''ff'iJiJ laten alylea Hnrgnn Ht3 lv ny. M IKl. 1 MANICURING and'.csTpTr'ealmenV 101 Kenola lllda. llth Q ata. N. W. MIQ; RARPR MANIPI III NO. 133 DrtDCK BHAMl'OOIMl. r-'A I P Treatment. 40 O at . op u . i-enei.m uu. MISS STURN .'iIVimdnt. 716 Hill si. N VV.. third lloor DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist Phone Main SOU ISO Pa ava M, w. Tl'-KA-HE 6PUCIA1.3-10C health htrtt inlj. tuie Jlc. tri-kaa, slop cough tlckiun beautv :, rare 1 throat. Hi., nair aium-i ... ... . povvd'V, inc. adinlrailon pt-rluine Kallh helb. Ic irIlh at. N W 4-H"HHH"H-l"l"l"I"H"l- h. "r.1? r-hn SPECIALIST. 1 ; : L) I. r n c u , go u utiieet. i '.'. The Most Important Advico ' ' (hat I can offer to any man or " vvuino.iv who In surturliin' from any ' aculc, (.nioiilu, or .pedal Ulseuao Is. " in luko umiinUuU' ttcus va UKT. .' ivi:i.L 6H, llav.terla vaccines. ., unci ail tlui now milling anil antl- . . toxins utinniiiiiv,'ri:u. uiouu lesis . . n,n.i.. Luborulory stocked with .. ..vanillin: the best In medli'liies ' Over 3i) yenra' pratclcu In treat. T . . . ,,kiii..h Inrlli, Mtltn i.. V 111. v.vi. ......,........, .u.f tlipatluu. Tiles. 'IhriMt. Limit. iiri.ii). Htnrt lilood. and &kln Die- ' ' caiiea. Hlicumutlmn, all staijes of J. ' ' Illood Polhonlim. Ntrvous and iJen-1 ii..l.llltt. r'liuri),. Ia' Ma.M. I . clnes Furnished u nc lluurs, 10 J , . to 1. to c. Sundays. 10 to U. 4-t-i"i-:-i-iH-:-i"i"t-HM-i-i..i i. : 1 1 it i hhrnibhiiMTuRS & ICE BOXES Medio prrninrnTon foMPANvT" HcfrigciiiinrM tb'ii ine uneiiUBlsd. Ill F .,T. N V W. llulld and ll.ualr Kalrls.ratore. come to the Kellauie HKln and ltalp I lie ,- .. . . n ..111, Ce TVI ' " " ' ",, ,w :i.y:.f.15, '-'""' Mli,a "A"-i SJuidw, ( 13 8 4t hSt. N.u. yjuuhed, Miss CAIN :;;,; & - p'Vii'hi ZtWZX "TrT SJ$A Apar, 1 I'hone'MSfi, k '" " S" WfJ-u gi' SrM .5-J $&"!! , noor., ,2, M snd ,2, M K., ., . A .. Hit NICHOLSON. ISX ll ST "'.'".. , n. nk.l elrcunnunca. whlcir . . . DtAlHS CAirKn-on Haturday. .m.mwr a i..;, .'itJIVh 1Ai!rV!iZ'T&3ts322Fl5i Hlanche Carier (neo'lirown). I.I'UI,OW-On rtunday, Nol ember 51. 115. at her home, I COS K aireet, stler an lllnes of several weekB, MltH. .NICOI.I. I.UUUJW. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wash ington Mclean I'uneral sen Ires will be held at the resi dence. Wednesday morning at 10 o'rnxk and Interineat will bo In Ilock Creek Cemelery. Tleaefilces will m prltata. 1 IN MEM0RIAM (Not tew for this column ar ecp.4 it M nl flit, lthr pro or poetry. In cu no lle do not aicffl nn lines. Add 10 eni for Mch lln In ireM of Ua ) FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNi f tvery descrlplloo-moderate price. OUDE, Hll V at. N. W. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, tNDEnfAKUn a uvEnr. 123 I'a ava N. W. Telephone M ;. WABItlSrtTON n Vital Records Births. Itcmroe V. and Kvilyft A. Htrout. boy. Norman c. and Nettl C. Ilodgfrt. lrl. Will tain J, c and iAVlnla U'lfrien. nirl. Tliomaa A. and Mildred O'Donnoll, girl. Jeremiah and Dora O'Connor, trl. June H. and Nina MclCnlgtit, lrl. Ilarry M. and Mary C. F. Kern, boy. William M. and Mamie II Ja.nr.wn, boy. Prank N. and Huth 1 1 ol for J. boy, lVa-lte K. and Ucrtlia U. Klllott. boy Half U. nnd Ant C Clinton, boy. KM and Mary Ilarnee. Klrl f!orae and Chrltina U, Alexander, boy, Charkfl and Mary Hhorti, boy. George and Lottie Tcnklrk. gtTl Carter and UnJora Jtownian, girl Deathi. Martin K. Ppencer. tl earn. The Conarti- flunal apartincnta. Aljlieo Torrle, 1 )tnrt ChUdrcn'a Hospital. Much el Honimer, 41 eara, nurtheast corner Twelfth and I atreeu toutheaat. Sarah huudt-r, (9 )era, Ueorsetown UnHer- Ity Hospital. Htella A Katabrook, 7 yeara, 731 Keventh strt-et routhcaat. Hannah Uayetr, 71 eara. 447 Illdga treat. KlrlQ . Held. IV yean. ZTH O street north- weit Marie U Norton. 11 month. 4L.0 Chappel lafllsC I). C. Kahaiorn Dlmlaa, 7 daya, 2114 Ftourteanth ttreet iiurthvtat. Clarencn Minor. u learn, rreedmen'a lloa I pltkl Ciirutma lloatun, 49 ara, Waahlngton Aiy luii. liot iial ltoy liuiiLMn. M veara. Denning., race trark. lasrul-u A Bcott, k0 yeara, U.'O Halt atreet ' .Anit.u. , - -...".. jBlah Kager. 70 leara. Washington Aavlum liuspttai. Allot- John tun, SI rars, fVerdmen's Hospital ilwn Curlli. o ara. Freed men a Huapltail. Jienrietia Mitchell vk ure, l.li O ltrict nortntseit Hlanche O. Arnold, h montha, 34S Feen- it-enth atfeet uorthHeat Mary K. Hill. 3 moutha, 2023 Mutton touri hiiriliueal Infant nl JtiiniH and Mamie Mathows 1 hour. Col urn t la Hospital. Intent of t-Yank and Gertrude Turner, 7 houm Columbia Huepltal Infant of Edward and ltoala Neal, 6 minutes 1W L xtret aouthcast. CLAIRVOYANTS MME. CARLETTA C I.AlIUlii ANT. 1 Al Midi. AIED ItCADEIt llr itftt met oj t l.o TKUIah Ol II NAMii. OliJLOl tl-s CAI.U -NAMK.S OK r'ltli:.M)rf, KNKMICM UIm Utter aJvic n.ure iitiaiMcilon. morn M.tourajrn.ent mor hUcttsa, than nny )ou hae r tonaultrl u a 705 Sth b 1 . N.W. ,;," ' ! THE LITTLE WHITE MOTHER. 730 8th St. N. W. Fhe In Jut a plain, ilmpl acntUwoman Telia )ou quietly and calmly of tho ery mutter and persona jou wlih to know about, 1.. I., ...! IbiIhkIIi avak u-1 1 1 UAa.il rvlelnra , Kiijnij amsiu uiiiiiv,t .. "in " mi u vivvwio our llf Hory No conilomratlon of garbled (itatementa vry utterance of lir linen ting talk Mth ou will te ao clear cuncife ana to in point mat vou m tor et-r reinmttr. Hha endeavora to irle ac curate Ueavrlptlona an J lull nniaa o( uersons ronnectaii with our i&t an4 present -or will L In the future-wliftt their thouanta inuntlons actions hae been are now ur will te Mine D Imk U tun-ulie-1 by ty i ! ol intbiiikence. . peraona wna can ui-v criminate between the icood anJ ilie bad. her work apical to cung anl old. ctlorei ani white, rich ani poor. Vou will be xla 1 to know that lime l)e aUng doea nol charge In advance, no Ive ttcceuted unleaa uj recttlvs the Information ad Ice and uaalatance jou require lUadlnpa one dollar (up) At home boura 10 am to p in. laocated ifntia'lv and permanently In her own prlMU real- d'n" 730 8th St. N. W. Note Hrlnr thl. adv Inr frw t2.ia bo ik "Puccy.s s.v r.la " 1 MADAM JEAN tSMr'n,-",J Clairvoyants ara born not mad Madam Jean ha. been one ilnce childhood, u. knovvledKed b ple.B and publ o lo be II. sreata.t clalrvoant In the world, can ijial. lively reunite iho eparaied. Cei a reading Irom this re.n.rklvbla woman. Will tell vou namea. dalea and facti without aiklnn vou a Blnfle auestlon. lou have a power of our ovvS either for ood or evil. Cultlvale th. rood D.valop It Use It Call and la convinced 1'rlvat. room., joii.ee. no ;na Headline arranged by phone N MM. 1 jr luun.nl location 117 U at N L M. SPENCER, The Ilmlnent I'alinlal and rialrvovant . ... . . . .it.niiiuli frue The Madame wilt refuie to accept snv fe tinl.ta he give. Ihe ulmn.l satlBfaellon 1 ..( n.i.ni.i T-lalr. iV.me. Db .MAIN v. int.' card Heavier; tells what you want to know Head Hun Ings 50c. test, luc iw a in . day I to I. Ill II h st NW ! '.lAriAM I.IIJI O hen vou consult nar .llAUAAl rlUIU you conl'llt the be.t Heunlts. th. separated N 1451 1KI i ..i.,tc i-ATiir.ittNr, Th. Celebrate I Kniillsh Palmist and Card Header, lovuud in years at lui nin vi N vv i- PAL1IISTUY AW rAHP HEAIH.SO MRS. R. LUSBY, uerenve.- I UR W. W. , tu ability. 1" CySTILL01V,,,,5s'5flC LOW FEE. Advice on all businrss and domtBtlc affairs, brings hnprlues. ind r. moves all troubles: satisfaction, located lor th. winter 3J F st.. cor. "th and 1' N. W. 1.1CKNHKH. Hours 10 a m to I p in SPIRITUALISM mrs. mamie steves, ;j:;;v,;;I'os dall) , seunces Tu,s .t 1.urs evenings Frl . ' p m PH I Inc 3018 U'. N J ave M i: Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D. Bplrlliml Medium, Heading! Dally, I p m tn I p. in , Circles M ed .' p. nv , Thurs . ip in IIJI Slh si N W J. MRv ROTH ll'"'llniTllllvsancs Mon , 1 p m 1(00 kill al nw , above Library HORSES AND VEHICLES I'VHl HALK good horsea and mareM also light ikllvary team for hire, .peclal rates b .lav Ol week llltll IIOTK1 4.0 I'll u e Hllllnh, jcon. for Inr" Iruiiitm d i t gl . anl pAddle hursts n speilaltv V or h lie ton elnule no tou whcod. 1 tirrea u run 1 ti,- i'n.m..ni Paliiilsi and rialrvovant ADADTMCMTC Tn I CT abuuti, top bufvy. nil E it, N, W. Special Iotkes paim.bkh rule LS Make Ua r-o PIII.NTIIH lisllUNM, 711 llth Bl. N W our Order Will U Smlllntlr lterelve.1 LurtL! COAL!! COAL!!! Kept under cover. Quick delivery Moler. ate rharses. Pull welkht a. HO lbs. to ton), l-hone XI. tlH. T. J. N'AHH. iU N. Y. ave SPKCIAI WHITE AHII STOVi;, 17.10. In 2-Ion lots er more, at IIUCK linos . too Florida ata. phoni: n :m PKUrMJaALS DEPAUTMK.NT OK J Hi; IMKiuUii .tdrc lnglon, Novemtwr 3. lili. healed piop.. ala Hill U received at tlua Depai-tincnt until I p. m . Katunlay. Deteinbrr 4, IU1S. and then ojened, for the furnishing nf mi labor and material, unleaa otlicrw apeiliWd, which ahall b required In lnsiullatlon tf plumbing and marble, tile and teiraxsi work In ltom S74 of the I'atent Office liulldlng. IVashmg ton, D C, In accordance with plana and specMcatlwia for the ork. of which coplea may be obtained on application to the chief clerk of thla Department. The right la re ei-r.ed to reject any and all bid or In ac cept or reject any part thereof In he d rretlon of th Department, I'rn.Mimls nhould be curely enelupd marked "rroponala for plumbing, marble, tile and (erraxxn work, lloom 14" and be addreaiel to llif Hecreia-y of the Interior, Ho Hweeney. Aitletunt Hc- retary. I FOR SALE HOUSES M-M-H-r- ,.;,.;.,i,.;, ...i..t.t -ri-I.-I-l-l .H- j PimvnitTii HAnoAiNs. $3,600 00 A PItBTTV COIXJNIAl. HOME i-HTour and ni:i.ivit I nooMH AM) IIATII. MOT-WATEIt IIliAT. WJUTHEHN BXrOHUllli. $3,850.00 A BEMI-DETACIIKD HOME. I'llKKHKD nmrK I ROOMS AMI IIATII, IIOT-WATEH . 1IKAT. EI.KCTHIC I.initTS Iti:CENTl.V HOI.II IXJIt II.COO. $4,250.00 A IIEAUTIFL'I. HOME. HEMI.IIETAf-IIKll. El.i:CTIlIC I.K1IITK. IIOT-WATEIt T III.Al. 9 IIUIIMH AM-I HATH -r nvpin rvvirix.fi rifiv, iiv.U'.tii, ,. J- I WAl. H.SAUNDERS & CO., 807 lftth ST. N W l-H-I"I"!"I"t"!-I-H"I-1-I-!-H-I-I-I-l-lM- iim -M-i mmii i-ww.-4 liLUK IB A Vt.HbkuCT liUUK , . tfom. til bath, larga lot. porch . . all mod at n Improvtmant onm aod mt av balf aquaraa from UNCULN PARK. , , On im at. . tX. het. North Carolina ana j at, una oi ir.j moil !. uiuj tocanona in roa cur. " ' Only IIM caah and balance III nt . Urn: J, ' I21.W par month, including lottr aoa principal. PRICE, $2,250 ' Opan dallr and Sundry undl ' m .'. T COME OUT TOtlAV . : i -i-i-i-i-i-i-i-r i-i-t-i-i-i-i-i-i-i ;- SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. NICE (-ROOM HO L SIT. I nice lota. Mth and healthy, on 6c car far. Tlc. Il.eou lerms Kb caah. bal ant. llfi month. a Nice, brand iievs 4-room btnsalow, 2 nice lota. hUh And health) li mln utta tu cara. 1'rlce. 11.600 Tar ma. tplenild small truck farm of acrea, near Concresa Heljhta, H mil from cara, on car fare an art uf cltj , -room houae. n.ce water, on' quarter mile on Llvinriton rsi t. 1'rire. 13 600 Termi. JlvO caah. b ance. fio month O. B. ZANTZINGER, 003 New York Ave. N. W. FOIt gt'lCK SALU-Uy owner. Urge uo aior brick etore and realdence witn i-ui.itrr lot iW by ItVO feet. wih alley in rt-Jr. 2 mllea aouthweat of the I', t Irfaajiv building In Alexandria count, near eiei no cara fine atand lor grocery and feed aio-e, w lied and coal ard and atorage purpoei, price M.UW Alao a beautiful Nacre tract near Clarendon. Alexandria count). onU i.0 per acre Addreaw HOX 690 Time cfflie ONK ACltK on electric track at Md . aurrounded by houaea, !6Ct) Perwn. Md llerwyn, BuX f:. how to he voyn own r-ANDLonu on 1100 caah and lift mouth, at C1IEV1 CUASi:. For full particular lroj poaut. talepbone or call on M. II. HITCHIE 117 Colorado Bldrf Tel. M 1231 FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 1I0.'4 D at. n. , suitable for small store III It 11U7.IIC9 I) at. lie , b rooms, water A Kas. 1. (11 US-110 th ne , 0 rooms, water A. rub It io All In dood LondMon Key at HI Maryland ave .V. E 1 FOR HENT Colored. 17IK heaton at. N V , 7 rooms, newly renovated, all Imnrova menta. SJOS0 I. M GOOUACUC. Owner. till University place N W. 1 Ulh HT, N W,. 903 Furnished apartment ff two rooms, ailJolnlnR bath, hot-woler hovl l-UK KbNI GArtAutS I OAHAOK Two story brick building. i'X with aunilionai apace lor wora uercn (waterl Hear of 404 Ith st. N. M MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN lfl'IMJlM L.OANH ANP HUCOM) IHIVi Money to loan at 0 per cent on Dlntrict Ileal KBiate. Any amount from 1.00 to 13ft0 on flnt or necond trust In trn.lKht note or monthly pa menta Takn onU three dto to tnakp them PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1113 fl ST N' VV MONtn Til I.D VN UN 1 VI i-l-l V L FRANCIS S. DUNIGAN, IU lllh t N v MONK TO LOAN on real ealate, low..l rates, prior payment privilege., arC amounta TYLER ,Vi Itl'TIir.HFOKD T3 1 th MONEY TO LOAN-IUO tn 1500 POO on U C. real estate heveral trust funds 414, lo I per caul. All transactions contlucte 1 vena economical consideration for tonow.rs. WM 11 rAL'NUi:llS CO. Southern Uulldllic lv ' i N VV AUTOMOBILES mom:v SAvnn MONEY UAIINED MOnRI. 1113 rilM.MEHS TOl HING i:.rni.i.i.Nr I'lisninoN IVHI hAl.n fllEAI' i:ika TIltKI HOX CV3. TIMES OITICIJ " For Hire FIMM'ASSEN'OKH tourlhR car. II par hour, .pedal lules for s'lonplng 1'HONE EST i:k CALL NORTH 2732 -., i-i per hr wpeclal raten by dav wMu rhn tltm rX)HI1 CAI18, 11 per lioi.r oi.Mhtry Hi c tv proper, "ic White . I luifir.irt. f Ol I'MIU M ll 1 rft lluL It one pHSMfuaiT ' to imo more paairnfitrti, day or niKht nrono I Sorih 8Ti0. a It. WAL.UL.lt. tti il ft nw.