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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, ' DECEMBER' t, 10X5.
17 JAMES HrRICKETTS -DIES HERE AT 97 ." V . Verveable Figure, Widely Known in SoutheasSection of City Succumbs. h Undine a remarkably active life of nlnety-aovsn years, death rams early this morning to Jnmei H. t'.lckotts, u( 638 G street fcottlheast. I'ntll a few yeara airo Mr. RlckeUg followed hl trade of bookbinding; and competed with men not one-half IiU at;. Ha rare retiring lust night the near-can-' tenarlan read, without the use of Mlaasos. yesterday's edition of Tim WaslikiRton TUnei. Ue hud never found It necessary to use eyeglasses. Mr. Hlckelt u-ns n familiar fle-ine In tho southeast teetlun of the rlty. lie. wore a beard tlill ty-eleht Inchex Ions. Of recent years this beard turned snowy whlti-. For many years Mr. ItlrKetts con ducted a booUblnillni; .stabllshmanL near West l'ojnt. on the Hudson. Ilo turned out a great deal of work for the Academy. For thirty yar lie was employed In the (Jovemment Printing; Offiv In this city Mr. Jllckctts hud one hobby In addi tion to his bookblndtnc work. He es pcrlmented in the product-' n of new varieties of cranes, and brr -ht out a number of new kinds. Includi, what Is known aa "Bacchus, the Goddess of Wine." He was born at Old Bridge. N. J., In 318. He married In 1K1. and Mr, and Mrs. rtlckett celebrated their golden wedding anniversary fourteen years arc. The wife lived to celebrate also the fifty-third wedding anniversary. Mr. Rlcketts leaves a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Talntor. and two sons. Kd ward I and Eugene IC llieketts. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence and wilt be In charge of the nev. Mil hum Itlker. a grandson of Mr. nlck etts. FIRST FIGHT IS DEAD Orlando B. Lester, Student ot History and Indian Lan guages, Succumbs at 68. Orlando n. Lester, aged sixty-eight ears. for forty years an employe of the Tatent und War offices, died yes terday at his residence. 2i3 Indiana ave nue northwest, following an Illness of more than i year. He was an authority on American history. He had made a study of Indian languages and dialects. Mr. Lester u born near Tuscola, 111., his parents being Virginians by hlrth and among the first settlers In Douglas countv. After he finished his education In the public schools he en tered the law department of the Uni versity of Michigan, from which he re- elved the decree. of bachelor of law In H70. He returned to Tuscola, where he entered the law office of Former Speak er Joseph O. Cannon. In whose first po litical campaign he took an active part. In 1171 he started on a F.uropcan trip und was abroad a rear, during which time he was in the German universities. On his return he resumed the practice of law and was appointed State's attor ney of Douglas county. Ho was editor of a Republican Newspaper for several years and In 1873 was appointed to a po sition In the Patent Office by 8ecretary of the Interior Delano, during the Grant Administration. From that time until his death he was a resident of Wash ington. , llo was a member of Tuscola Lodge, Sn. 332. F. A. A. M. Funeral services for Mr. Lester will be held at his late residence tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. The body will be taken to Ilerryvllle. Va., for Inter ment. Funerals Major George C. Wooley. Funersl services for Major George Cle eland Wooley, for years captain of the watch at the I'ostofflca Depart ment, who died Hunday at his residence, 1007 B street northeast, aged seventy- 1 v,".l- ,,.cre held todav at tho U chapel, the Hev. Lewis hi. Turdum. pas tor of Ingram Memorial Church, of ficiating. Interment with military hon ors was rnude In Arlington Cemeter. He Is survived by his wife. He was a member of the O. A. R.. Union Veteran Legion. Loyal Legion, nd Army and Navy Union. Mrs. Catherine Gleaton. Tuneral sen'lres for Mrs. Catherine Oltason, who died Hunday. were held at her late residence, US) Fifth street northeast, today thence lo St. Aloyslus' Church, where mass was celebrated. Francis De Sales Stone. Funeral settlers for Krancls De Sales Htone. alio tiled Monday at I'tovldence Hospital, aged thlrtv-one years, will he held tomorrow with Interment to be made In White Plains. .Mil., Raymond J. Webb. Funeral services for Raymond J. Webb, who died yesterday, at his resl dence, 1915 Fourth street northwest, will l held tomorrow at !) o'clock at St. Augustine's Chuich. Mrs. Kate E. Winters. Funeral sen Ices for Mis. Kate K. Winters, who died Monday at tho resi dence ofTier d-tughtrr, Mrs. C, F. Win e!rr..n. "SI Filth sticet Southend, -;i be held tomorrow st lii-OO o'clock. Private Interment will be made In Congressional Cemetery. Realty Transfers K atreet northeast. ttwern North Cspltul and I'lrat itreeta-Harah A Stearns to rtanford IL Htrarne, part lots 117 and 24V efiuare 171. ti (stamp 131. IrVilrlaviu Oscar C, Drothera. Jr., lo J. C Tvli-r, lot I, square Slot, lui Alley between North Capitol and First, H and Pierce streets northweet Sarah n. Miller, trustee, to National Laundry Com pany, lota 10s to 31, aquara 120, io tstampa 17.60). SU O street northenat Jamei Jackson lo Emma F Alaxonder, part original iota ; and t. square 7!. 110. IJnroln bame to same, iota II to IS, square MK: lot 10. square E1M. lot. 107 to III. Ill in IS4. Ill, II. III. Ill, 115," l. Ml, i:, 110. III. equare MM, I0. Roads Ask Increase. FT I.orif. Dec. L Western ra'lroads salting Increased rates on Implements, cotton piece goods and coal presented tectlmonv before an Interstate Com merce fonimlrslnn f preent'lve it to d's eeeii ft t leherlnr of the AIDE OF CANNON ALEXANDRIA a Tax bill mix-up May Result in Disfranchising Many Residents of Territory Recently Annexed. ALEXANDRIA. Dec. l.-A mix-up In the handling of the tag bills of the resi dents of the territory recently annexed to lhe cltv of Alexandria may result In the disfranchising of a large number of , voters In this territory unless prompt i action is taken by tnose interesicu. ics terdny was the Inst day for the pay ment of city and Htatc taxes of persons lesidlng In the annexed district, without incurring a penalty. Th nni riprtinn will I held on June f.. 1818, when cltv offUsfs and membors , of council will be elected. In order to participate In tills election pou taxes must be paid by December S. Cltv Tax Collector German today re celved bills for city taxes for residents of whit were formerly Ml. Vetnnti and Falls Church districts of Fairfax county. The greater port of the resi dents of these two districts, now In cluded In tho city of Alexandria, havn already paid noth Btate and county taxes to Fairfax county. Although the law provides Hint after today a penalty of 6 per cent shall be added. It will not bo enforced for ten days, on account of the delay In tho bills reaching his hands. There Is some riuestlon as to the right of tl'e cltv to collect city taxes on the pronertv, but the city council liss agreed lo protect any taxpayer in ess It Is afterward ascertained that Hie counties hive the rlclit to the taxes. The contribution of the Grand Lodge of Masons of Mnryland to the fund lor the erection In this cltv of that Masonic Memorial to Washington, the Mason, will amount to $10.09i according 'o ad vices received nv Charles II, CsJlthan, the secretary of the local committee, to day. At the meeting of the memorial sacoclatloit Mat February, (Icn. Thomas .1 fhryork, grand master of Masons In Maryland, announced that his grand loi'ge voiiId contribute 11.000. At a re cent communication of tho grand lodge the action of the grand master, was approved, and General Bhryock an nounced that. In addition to that contri bution, he had received $3,300 In personal contributions from Mason In Maryland, and that this additional fund would reach 13.000 by next February, when the association meets again In this city. The Odatir Lodge of Maeon of Aran sas has approved the memorial nlait. and has taken a life membership In the association. Funeral services for James Wallace Hooff. who died yesterday, aged ninety one, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow from St. Taul's Episcopal Church. Serv ices will be conducted by the Rev. 1 1. Phillips and tho Rev. K. W. Wal'.is. ly.t funeral of Mn Jsno E. Lincoln, who died In Staunton. Va.. will 1 o hel I tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, from St. Mary's Catholic Church. ANACOSTIA. The women of 8t. Teresa's Church are conducting a luncheon today, the proceeds to be used to reduca the debt on the parochlA school. Emmanuel church guild met yester day afternoon In the parish hall. A split la threatened by the action or tnu AnicDviift iiuru. nMw.i.Hwn in vollnLv lo uruiuuii uimueeiun ui .-I.. ....... l.., ...a. ,11 .ImA fnn- rcrimu iiceviuim tut , ,.,,,v. -.1..- bers feel that such a body should pet 1. k... ... ...... n..lnlnn. nl IUII IUVIII"Cin l. cn"l cm wjiiHiuiin v , ..... ..V.I.., r.t ..,, b1 IntAPB . ntkar mi? ruujci.L ic,,.iv t.. .... v...... man pnsicsi ucivcuucui ui wio ,,- uru. Anacostli Council, No. 1, Jr. O. V. A. M., met for degree work lust night. The men of Hmmanuel Church will meet on Friday night to consider financial plans of the parWi. HYATTSVILLE. A Joint committee from the mission ary societies of local churches and branch of the W. C. T. U. have ar ranged for a Joint missionary and tent peraice Institute to be held In the First 1'reabyterlan Church, on December 10. The speakers will be W. M. Danner, secretary of tho United States commlt te of the mission to the lepers, and Miss Christine I. Tinllng, of Kngland The young peoplo of Hyattsrilte will give a dance In the Masonic Hall on the evening of December 4. Wlllhlte and Bhaul, evangeltats. are conducting revival meetlnga this week at the Trinity Fourth Street Christian Church, In Mt. Rainier. The Twilight Social Club of Mt. Rainier w(ll give a dance in the Fire men's hall. Brentwood, tomorrow night. ROCKVILLE. Ueoiee Q. Hradlcy. Jr., and N. Hazel Mcttger, newly elected county commis sioners, iuallned before the clerk of the tii cult court hero yesterday and Immediately afterward the board, con sisting of Messrs. Ilradley. Metxger, John R. Iewls, Odorlon W. Robey. and Crittenden II. Walker, was reorgan ised. Mr. Lewis was chosen president In place of Hlchatd T. White; Home i. vnteis was chosen attorney; ami Herry H. (.'lark was re-elected cleik and county tieasiirer. Mr. t'lark Immedi ately announced the reappointment of his pieseut clerical mice Warner . Welsh, Kusene W. C'lssel, and Artnur .Mcrnuanti James II. Russell, colored, in ar rested In tbe circuit court room here es:erdy on a chnrge or perjury as a result of his testimony In the case or John Hutcnlnion, colored, who was on trial on a charge ar violating the local option law. A license to marry has been Issued to Philip Raymond Houder. of Wash ington, and Ml evtoiet B. llcall, ot lUmascus, this count. Soup Bone Makes -Nose for a Girl Samaritan Hospital Surgeon Fash ions Imitation in Grecian Style: l'HILADKM'HIA. Uec. 1. nose, which in lines and symmetry, compares fHvorably 'with the natural ailety, liss been manufactured from a soup bone bv surtrons at the Hamarltsn llospital fur a twelve-yenr-old girl. The girl was born without a nose, liar parents refrained from taking her out In public because ot the attention her deformity attracted. Hurgeotis at thn Samaritan Hospital decided that the girl could have u, noso like any other per son. III. W. Was no HabuKlt caned a nni-e diung Urevk Ihtfj fium a ui)i bone. An Inc slon tas made in the frontel bone of the skull, and the soupbone none srcutely llxed In position T.ien the flesh of the face was stretched so that it covered the soup bone. Nostrils Mere pierced In the flesh, and tho child was able to breMhe freely through the neu nose. In r few lss she will b able t(, lea'"! the Immlul Christmas SiaggbstJoos For yJiq&Va Xmas jr Gifts I Ornamental, Arllillc, and V'sefal. I.l.l-.CIHIC I, AMI'S Hoslc and Reading Lamps, Klertrollers. $1.23 to 125. All new, livery nalsh, UKH LAMPa.feoo TO gW.OO All styles, excellent for the student. nil. l.tMl". Ot every kind. Sep aiate shades and slobcs. All priced complete ready to light. Geo. F. Muth & Co. Formerly ltraeal'a 418 7th St f-H-I"M ! -M-H-W-I-M-H-M-H- 'i:V KTANOARH "WOODSTOCK" j- TVI'inVIMTl-.U I With all the very latest Impruva J. ments. Standard Keypoard. J. Back Snarer. Tabulator. Two- color Ribbon, Automatic Ribbon T Reverse, Light Touch, Unlimited T i Speed. X A 1100.00 TYl'lIWRITnil AT AN T INTHODCCTDRV IMtlCK OF T T ir.t.f.O CASH, (lit f51.Sn ON' T MONTHLY l'YMi:.VTS OF tl.00. T A, ' ome ana see It nr srnd for J. circular. t General Typewriter Co., 'X SIS MTII STHKiJT N. V. I'linno Main 0094. lK-W-H-r-H-H-!---M"W-Hl tVhy not a tnccl for the Ik or girl 1-irg-est stock In town to Mlect frbin. I'rliei lo Ilstrrord Ccl 'o . ;.1 10th N V Nesr I" t N W AN IDEAL XslAM IJIIT TIIF. llllti:K VM'UIM l'I.KA.KII. Somelhins gfod fcJerr flet Ml.r -1-i.nr now; upe It lu ilan. If thenr uliotild spiH'.ir the llghtt Imperfection ue will take It bavk tvltliom qticitloii slid ulthout ru.t t'l nvl. Hrnall igh Ji)inelit vpv monthly payments. K. C UTAH, JR MT 11 N W. EDUCATIONAL WM.M. GOODWIN, C.S. CHRIS II AN SCIENCE Tcacttcr, PractltlotiCT', Lecturer Only The Mother CliuiLti l.lteratura l'a 1 Over li ears In tbe hciUr praitlcs. Dtttrlrt National Ilink Kt.lljlna, K04 O st n STEWARD'S nvtunrs. rou.Koc i:h p sts. n.w Thorough cure In Saorthand. Itookkaaotng and Clrll Service Singing, Elocution I MHS. UMIi.1 FUK' II I1AHNE1. 1U llth at. N K. Phone Line Ui. Tuaadaya nd Prldoa. :Jll lli-t a. .N. 1 ASSOCIATION IN3TITUTK-DT r En itif I'rcpatAtory. I-Hftlnr. i.rd Ctim rnrriUl. Arcountkncy, lemuu3sca taletmtn tip. Y. M. C. A . 1731 O t. N. W. tin. MONHOC. T.achor f IMaj-ofortt. Tupll of Oorg V Boyle, 1'vaoodr Ouni?r,tofr, and LiouU !lchmr. Heriln. CiAMn Moo., Wa.. Thura. Hate H II -t. N v I MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE I'ree aantliin fwr slr Be, .. WII.1 er . IIJHI. PMITH'N TWA.VSFFH STOHifiK CO.. UIJ S. Mahl I'h. . '-'. MOVlTJa PAI)lhl VAN Phsne M mi-efU. KIUiWS J'lM'ltKSS, sVttl II etreetN. W. rrORAOE. lACKINU.'AUD HHtPPlNH. MONEY! MONEY: MONEY! sdtsoeed on etorase. r.NlTKU TltANSyRt AND BTOltAOE CO.. Ith ail l etc. Be, Pa. U. 41M. Estimates on Paoklns and Bhlpplal. CLEAN, dry etorase for furniture and planoa. Estimates cheertuUjr given. WKKCHLER'H. X Pa. at. N. VV. Phone Ualn 1M1. Washington, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex or ess Company, 1017 H St N. E. Ph. Line. 3970. rTOItAOh; II mo. hauled In free; all tve ees. compare our prices to others; esutuste cheerfully alv,n. centrsl location, dry. ln torase toouia. open for Inspection at aas Unw. II. b.um si Hon.. Ill Pa. a. U. 1A 'sAKF.Tr fikut:" ABSOLUTELY FinCPKOOf KTOnAOKI UNITED 8TATB3 STORAOB CO. Itoema. lit) ind uav llolns. Packing. Pnone Main l. 411-4-0 10.lt et. S. VF. FIREPROOF STORAGE U Separata Locked llootua. I.' uo Mtmrti Cs. Merchants' Iransfer &StorageCo. iViain 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W. LOST AND FOUND l.)hll.AHiiK8-!let!ii Ilrenl ftlioul and 005 II at fa I;, along 3rtt at lo l'a ae thence t.i tlt et nortlntaid to aboo named reeldcnce lleward, HAMIIIAO-Ijidy'e, crandall's Theater, containing rliango nnd note, vn l:iUllablo Purcbaelns Aeeoclallon SIS A t. HE. SNAP PL'HHF.-Hmall black leather, contain. Ins rliango and two foreign rolnr. dropped In llth and D et mr Rolnii raat about 1" p. for return of for. Inn ... .v..i..., ,,.M.imrr -.in riev.nrn onerea nine to omner ti e. N r. . nr Tlniee ! it't.t;, sis Katilml office. !OI.I) V Tlll slid fob marked A. M. n , loer brtueen I'nWn John en.1 CViPimnla reil Sunday aflernnun Heuard, Apart. II. 'The Octatla i KID OLOVEB-Ladv-a black. Monday at Hth and O rts N n l HI.At:K SILK PUHSI, Saturday evenlns In Keth' gallery Iteuard HI illatrlet Iflg, I. JL Till n M J3. 1 HELP WANtED MALE 1IOV anted, lithograph deiwrimrnl, ,.V UltllVV 11. UIMIIAM CO., lllli and 13 tts. j. HOY While, to wark In ilor ami run tr- -....I- t.l .i. Vrtrt. ... v. ... I,., Mm. ,-- ..-.. mviw .., v, . , WANTED BOYS For Messenger Service. AppI WESTERN UNION TEL. OFFiCri 1401 F St. N. W. CIIKCKUItH, hottl help. HUilOESH IIOTHI. AUKrtux, vu vnn si. pi. w. FIHEJIAN Eaiierlencsil uld colored man; vtsccs and board. BTAO HOTEL, 60a tin t. N. W. 1 MAN Young white, la dark In store, llth and A sis. N. l:. grscery MEN-our to drlv huckster wagons. AiiBly UltlTZ HOTEL. 4 l'a. ave. PAPEJHIANaBIlS-nvs. PKNNINOTON TAYLOIt. H H St. K. l;. 1 blUN I'AINTICltH wntd at onoe to work In our atiop. UNITED FILM 8EHVICB. MS E t. N. W. TAILOR Kiperlencrd, at once. Capitol t. 1M4 North WANTEI-Mfn to learn hartier trade, l.cir method; ira after first month: ateadv ponltlon guarantrsd, begin anytime; writs ror catalog!!. MOLBll'H llAlttlEK (,'OL I.EOE. a7 Hoiterr. New York city. YOUNO MAN to work In drug stor.j ref erences required: short hours; good pay. ItOUEUT W. BCI10LU Tenlsytovrn. D. cT HELP WANTED-FEMALE Al'l'ltENTICES ta learn French dresMUttlsg. drFmaklng. deitcnlng and mllllnerr: soo.1 Soltloni fumulie.1 after learning. New York HHInery Academy, lilt O at. COOK-Oood. Apnlv ! Srd St. N. W. Otitic tlood looking, for demonstrating. IMl'KltlAL TAIIXJH8. ;4 T at. N. W I'ltEHHER Thoroughly aipnruinoed, on ladl' suits. Apply ItOIIEltTP. HI r at. N W. SlimT nNIHHEIH-Apply lih and C N W TOLilA.V LAI'NDIIY EtVXRB to make attarattooa on eorsstst only thoes whs are thoroughly ipsrltnetg Ml apply bstwaan asd 10. M a. m, jt'Lius aAmriNKLB co. i WAITIIEHS-Enperlencfd hltt. M'NI'll, 14th t. N W. llth KT. WOMAN wanted to work on men's cuat.'m els. 421 ;th it N. W room II, Jrd floor. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. NitAT COLOIini) UIHL wmti nlc as irn- pra houtK-orker In imtll Until. I1c writ or run aii h t. . w, i.v nijinnLT woman. oic mia or tmitrfs. Apply to 411 Kye st N. W. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOHh'IN01!EN-Wir good clothe. Ilka tl,. rest of th proppefout "bcos" who dent Willi ue, the eah that t eaed Is all .our own. the suit, ellghlly used, are grnit altie at SJ and Hs sell cnougti hi kttnA what's hat one price. JL'STH'H OI.I BTANO. tl l. 1 Sowinjr Machine. THREE droplrar Slnsera. K. II. Hi repair Ins. II up: I'lrtnrlal ftevlew Pattarns at 111 l'a. era. H. E Ph. l.lnc lit. 1 Upholstery. I FIVE.I'IFX'E SUITES Upholatered In tapeetry. Is us Krae Dellvcr. "Dullt" by rraftemen of unusual aklll. ACME lU'llOLSTEltlNO CO. icot Tth. m tar Window Cleaning;. HOW AIIOUT TltOfE DIRTY WINDOWS? CA1IOON ACMK WINIMJW CIJIANINO SlfltVirK.,:! O St. N. XV Main ru Paperhgnging. PAI'KnilAM.INd and tl"tln I'HAS. It HYSON. Ill II at N. K . formerly of r Hail t'apltol et Write nr phone Lincoln TJTS nr Lincoln lUn for eitlmata Watch and Clock Hospital. THE Efl.IPSE-Wstch. clerk an1 Jewelry Repair Co . (IS O X. W Drun poeul will sand, give estimate; wa have U years eap. Print in ff. TIIK ANDKUHON I'MINrKUV. 1407 K. . aip N. W, mar first floor,, Hlrh-clan tnall urk. Birds and Animals. JUST RECEIVED atnslng canaries, parrots. dace, cats, rabbits, guinea piss, goldneaea. uanutna.' ana remeuiea iar B4i ainaa qt Is: send for catalogue. Tailderrsr to all aarlucna.' and remedlea far all k mis: nd ft its brrnchaa SCHMID3 PET EMPORIUM, 711 llth et N. w. Painta. nUFFAIO A. I O PAINTS FOLD UJ a. C. I-ANOLirr PAINT CO. Mil M Bt. N. W Phone Weet KT. Mattresses and Uox Springs. REMOVAL NOTICE Mattrea renovated aad re-mad eo.ua! t neve a low aa IL Called for and delllarad. CAPITOL RED DING CO . 441-41 O at. N. W. Ph. It. 1114. " SPECIAL FOB. THIS HEABON-ltalr and felt mattr.ee all slsea rented, and rno ated, called for and delivered. II only. EAOLE IlLUIIUNQ CO.. IN 7lh et. N. W. ptot.e N. til. Vacuum Cleaners. Vacuum Qeaning, $3.50 Per Day. With xprt operator! hand nr electrte clean. era for rent. It par day. NAT'L VACUUM SaLKH CO., MAIN iUM. TII AND D UTS. N. W. Floor Oil. WE SELL I'lXXJl; OIL 15o Ski mske sle krvs rtlc fSctt.-.Enterrrl.e Hardware Co . SKI Hh at. N. V. I'h U i41 Carpet Cleaning. CAHPETS TIIOIIOUUIILY AND' CARS fully cleaned; ruga tpotrn front aid carpets, s-atlrcasee renovated. Eitlmale furnlehel. AUIEAr KAHLKRT CO. lit U at. S. W. M. Kfl. Umbrellas and Parasols. ir.iiiiiifT r . o I,. 11 , am .. re.covered. repaired, made to order; ladles' &.un m.l.,1,1 t.icHa on VltTtlL. ..l vntl ....-I...... .....mt .,, .....fcfc ,4. im l.V, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED Co-operation lu advancing the lire ot net uuillury treatment for rllmln. atlns Irnm the svetcnt iiulaolie productive of rheutuatlu contlltlona IIOX 700, Titties office ' Dllt'U HTORn-Do'ng nrM-clses neighbor, hood buelneee; well worth Invretlfallng; oner lehea to leae cltv Adjrcaa DIIUU OIHT T. Uo CH. Times ofnee. e AUTOMOBILES For Hire. CALL NORTH 2732 ori. Ford per hri special rataa by day; white chaumura FIVE-PASSENOCIl touring cara. II nour; apclal rat for shopping. PHONE WEST 1124. FORD CARS. II per hour; anywhere la ally proper, 71c. White chauffeurs. COI.UMII1A IM. ROOMS AND BOARD Hth 8T. N W -lloonn with nelcct board steam heat, prltatr bath; riaeotmble iatj. 1 K ST N W HIS Roouia and hoardl een trsl. home cooking, transients uctoinnio dated , t TABLE BOARD I, T. N, W Ms Te meal. HMj meala, r. j. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. t HT. N. W., 4I7-T furnlehe.1 rr)nis. tent. )iih- ni. Ill a innnlh. a eo 3 tovni IH a monlh; t. h k. prrmltted. lh 8T. .V. W lOHt-Irae bright unftir- uifneii "innimunicaling nrst noor iwu'.i nelileVites; rheap. 1 O ftTj JJ. W 1.1ll-Bcond floor, a ll fur- nmned front room. ' . II HT. N. W., M-Kurnlehed rooms for gtn- ticitian or ugnt nouaaieeping. -.. llth Rt, N. W., Hit-Two sunny orattliy furnlahed homllk rooms In orlrats fm. Ily; hoard nearby. Thona North ltt-1. . IDEA!. APARTMENT CO.. Mot PENNA. AVE. Two-room spartrnants furnlahsd com pute, heat. hot. water, gaa, furnished free I aleo alngle rooms for h. k. ! pay weekly or monthly. MAIN Tin. i K BT. N. W IIIT-Nlealy furnished rooms reaeonalile; uae of phone. I llth BT. N. W 1102-Apart. t' clean nksly lurnisnsa rront room. i- Ith BT. N. W., UU-Comfortabls rooms,! lea- sonaois ia man and wua, or men omf ran evenings. I OltANT PLACE N. W lT-tavg warm !n4 Poor front, Ird floor rear; hot water In rooms 1 1A. AVB. N. W i:M-0p. lUlstgh) Warm aunny; hot-wattr daily; no car far; rates ! Ith HT. N. W., 401-Opposlte park! two-room Hat, front; I. h. k.; good heat. tth BT. N. K., ta Thraa completely .fur nished rooms, 1. h. hot-water heat. porcelain alnk; hark porch. O BT. N. W 104-Nloely tumlahad rooms second floor; running water; reasonable. Unfundakud. llth TT. N. K.. VIT-Twe largs unfumtsbad rooms, nell heat cd. ctklng gas. 111 month, vth BT. N. W., 1103-Thres unturnlahad rooms; "i ai mam, n.iw m nwiui. ' Farniahwd and uafurnlah-i. Ith RT N. W.. Ill-New furniture, paper; plenty haat and hot water all the time; light housekeeping. Rooms For Rent. ItOQMKlla, uke notice lunismhar It pays to rtflt lo la right location; try our plan; de lightful rooms, prltate bath; they meat every requirement. Colorado Rental Eschanga. 421 folo. llldg. Main 7t. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS KORTT WHITE W.OHOKN HENB; fins egg Sroducera; will aell cheap. WASHINOTON OL.TRT SUPPLY CO, SO 1! aU N. W. Phone ITli IRON I1ED, Iron aprlng. and good mattress; complata outfit, new, IS.7S. Mall orders filled anywhars. JOHNSON'S. 1M: II at. N. , USED PIANOS. IX Huntlegtan upright. ,, STtt Jaeok Drnau Lnrlalit- . fW I)t Uadamao upright .,... 3 ;..ai USED PLAYliRS. KM Cable-Nelson. U.nota player. isa in Csetltsn. ts-nou player ."..... 171 rrw Ansalua, al-oota player tit JUELG PIANO CO.. llth and O N W. SB roit HALE Jaa heater. 17 y i. jc. We Rent Reliable Underwood 7rp titers. JJ.W P,r Montll Other machines at proportionately low rataa. (IKNKRAL TVPUWIIITEPI CO. III llth et. N. W Phone M. MM. DON'T WAHTE TIMB writing by hand! renting an LNDKIIUOOD and ualcg It Irt ur corrripondenca ineana apeclal attention paid to vour 1-ltert. "The machine ou will f.:Si'.U?5r "" UNiiKinvoou rrvn wniTF" rn im r et n w WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS" I1KCORKH-AII kinds. Victor. Columblv Edi son. We pay tasti for good records, bring them to ue wrronn fathaniih. mi o ht. n. hv IIIOHKriT CArlll prices paid for worn cloth. Ins, either ladles' o men'a aend poatal. .Ill rail II. TAKrilllS, l-h Tth at. N, W. 1'hun- North I IF YOU 'HAVE ANY KUJtNlTCRE far aal send for L.NOTE1I. 114 V SL N. W. Phone Main llll. WANTED Furniture, plane, carpets, eto. Phone M. Ull (or wagon, or have us call. "WF."CHLER'H." KD Pa. ave. N W. a. WANTUD-Kurnitura for cash. Sail ysar goode to the man who gives the moat money, cee IIOI'VSOOD. Ith and K I WANTErv-iO) feather heda by January let. Mil. Square Deal furniture Co.. Ml Eye at N W Ph M. MM. Peat price" suaranteed PERSONALS. MANirURINf. hiiAMi-ooiNO. JUHlNIUrtinU bC.Au. TllEATMENT. llotiri. 'to I Ph It till 716 llth at n. w MISS CAIN Manicuring and Stalp Treat. 1 "JJ "", tnent. 7I Ttll It. N W Apart. 1 Phono Main TO. 1 LllIIISF. MAIRR. . HAimiKlJistho. slanlcurlng. scalp treatmci.t. chtropodf. All biancbe taushL Hours, to T. Hunday. . to :. Ml Kenole llldg , llth and a eta M M3I MISS WFI LS Manlcurlns ano walo IHiaa WOULO Tratmnt. Hour. to 4. IS O at. N. W. Apartment & third Soar. UISH JAMRRON. manlcurUt and chiropody; houra. 10 n. m to C p. nt. 1212 New York aie. N. W second floor. CANCKll OK THE FACE Or Kkln vhlle Ix-al I. rumble DR. NR'ltOLMIN. hinclallil. Bkln Affections. 1J05 II st N V. MRS ORA FIKMI. Magnetic n-.reuco, face and acalp trratmatu. JI5 II ST. N. W.. ID FLOOR. MANICURING ghampoeing, faolal and acaln treatmant. IM Kenala Hid, llth a O eta. N. W. DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist Phone Main toil. IIU Pa. ar. N. W. OIJ1 KI.OOILS made new, jour hoihI floors evraped iIovmi to natural voul anl reflti lhed In high polleh IS per room. C AtlAM, ?U Ulranl t. N K TU-RA.IIE SI'ECIALH-toc heaitn herb mu- ture 2Sc; tro-eaa, stop cough, lloltllaei throat, llic; hair aroser ponade. 10c: beauty Eoader, lOo; admiration uerfum. Xc; rmva ealth herb, te. UK Tth st. N W. 1 H-l-l-l-l-H"H-I-4-i-i-HH-K-HHH- T DR. REED.'so'aTjfnhT.i The Most Important Advice that I enn offer to any man or woman ulio ts stiff erlnu; from nnv acute, chronic, or snoclal dls. A, race Is to tnko Immetllate stepsi. to Ulvt r.i.i,. ouo, imcterin vnc-. clues and ull tho now scrlums and J. antl-toxltiH uilinlnlHtori'd. Uloo.l tests ninilc. Laboratory stocked with everything the best In med icines. Over 30 years' practlco In troatlnc: Catarrh. Indigestion. T Constlpntlon. l'lles, Throat. Lllntj. r Itrntu Heart, lllnon. nnrl Hklnl T DlsenseH, Hhouinatlsin, nil stugeiX i Ae t1,, Ail T'nlniinlrii' V.runtia m.A r C Xicneral Dcblllt) . Charges I,ow. J I tlurilclncs Kurnished. Office Horn a. J .L 10 to 1. 3 to 6. Hundnys. 10 to lt.A Vr-H-r-H-H-H-H---i-I"l''I 1 1 1 l..f.j. " SPIRITUALISM MRS. WHITE. :i,1 Wd ST. N. V,-Bence Hun., Wed., l"rl.. 8 P. in.; prhate readlnui dally. Hunday by appointment, I'h. W DJft-4 1" MRS. MAMIE STEVES, "goNiM dally; aeancoi Tiies A. Thnrs evening; Fr!., S p. m. I'h. Unc Stilt .r. N. J ate B. E. mrs. roth snlm.rz: Hon., I p. m, 11K0 Ith t. n.. abo Library, Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D. (tplrltual Medium. Reading! Pally. I p. m. to 4 p. rn., Clrolea Wed J p. ir Thtire., II p.'rn. tMT Ith it. N, w, DEATHS .KHTKH-On Tuesday, November 10, llll, at t P. m., OHIANIK) l. I.KHTKII. trlef aervlrea at residence, SI) Indiana avanua. at I p. m. Thursday, and tntarninit at Utrryrlllr Va., under auspices of Masonln Iwwlge. jMEMORIAM (Ntlos fee this column ar accepted at M HSta ilL. allhae mm. ., iir. I. .--. ..... lie hot sud tea lines. Add is cents Vital Records Blrtks. !mm."HA' i0.crf Warner, girl. i.!pi ?-' ,n3 I"" W. Bmitn. girl. . ,.rrn -ni Ellaauath MfrgaaT lr. John T. and Alice Kollay, boy. Thomas II. and lUnnaa T. Hodges, bay. Alfred and Klla . ii.i. .1.1 " ' John I', and Adelaide A. Oramllch, boy. Jack and Elliaueth ailder. boy Frederick L. and Catherine A. Church, boy. Charle K. and Puta Chaeonaa. boy ?wl"s. Ivan V. and Claire Cardoso, boy Ruben and Ida Aarsnaon, girl. James U and riorenre Watktns, boy Richard and Ruth Tucker, girl. William and Esther llobb. girl. Charles II. and Itoaa Jones, boy, Daniel and Mildred Jsckson, glrL William C, Jr., andBerlha M, Chaaa. girl. MarrUg. UttMea. Thorn A. Driver and EauUa Holland. Manly Braaddua. lr Roaeeke, Va,, and Dora E. Taylor, Newtown. Va. Oerald II. Warthen, aUnstagton, Ma., and Mary 8. Oradlay, Kenalngton. Zauranoa parrott and Busts OasldM, Jam W. MeKemmer and Nettle Johnson. WlllUm E. Brown. Culp-per, Va.. and Ctydl O. Uts. CulpefMr Va. D. Vincent Blroop and Martha Ttr. Davis. Dcatlu. Peter C. Heydrlck. It years, ij Umont street. DaJsy D. Evans, fl years. tts'H street nsrth- Rachol P. Davles, t years, IUILsRot place northwest. James A. AooTS, 1 year, ill Third atreet northweet. Rabacoa II. Adanta, I yeara, tSU M street nortnwaat. Prancia D. atone, M years, Provldano !( pltsl. Hester Hatcher, IS ysara, Harrwood rsad. P. C Jamea C. Oarrln, 71 'year, Government Hos pital fee the Insane. Catherine Oleaaon, 71 yeara, lilt fifth atreet northeast. Emily 1-ewli, a years. Casualty Hoepltml. Julia Offutt, 7 yeara, IS! Twsnty-thlrd attest northwest. Ivuther Smith, a years. Ill U street north west. Rebecca Burgess. U years. III Thirteenth atraet southaaat. Minnie Waters, 3 years. Tubercults Hot plul. Msrr Smith. 11 dan. Columbia Ilcwpttal. Thelma McDanlela. ,M hours. 101 F street aouthweet. CEMETERY LOTS Cedar Hill Cemetery Washington' fTeweet and Prettiest CEMETERY . ,' ron WHITE PEOPLE. Lata on sale and Mlltng rapldle. Buy new and mt HJ. For limited time, jots sr lllng 1 time cheapsr thsn any emuty In tb District at Colum- WLOTS 5.00 UP & Sne"lal rate to organlssttnns and -ctetloe. For further InlarmaUon ad ore JOS. J. CAYLOR, Trvaa.rf. T Ith -L &. IC "1-t1ni IJnc MS. Auto tervlcA. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGN3 t sry desert pUn moderat artcaa. OUDB. U14 r et. N. Tf. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A UVKJiT. Ul Pa eva. H. W. Telecbone M. 1U6. WAFH1NOTON. t). C. CLAIRVOYANTS MME. CARLETTA THE VEILED MYSTIC THE 8TRANQE J'iwERH of I hi Ilftrd lady ar without a parallel, t-he la wlthv'it a per In her profession. Oft limes you ar depreaeed. disheartened, ttlfCouraKd. overyr thing black and claudy-llt a blank, not worth the llvlng-tn lact YOU ARK I'NDKn A KI'ELI. HRK CARL1CTTA. RI1D CAN, fill. WILL lllll.! YOU. Without a quea tiitii fhr i,'ll uhject uf call, and although l 1 11 r met ou. TELLS YOU YOUR NAME, the NAM Hel OF ntllLMMi HNUMIES. hWEIlTHUART. HUHHAND. VIFE. IF TIlL'i: Oil FALSE. How to OVXRCOME YOl'It KNCMIES. Hon to obtain, how to retain and how lo retain THE 1XVE. THE AFri:CT10N, TUB KBTKUM of TJIK UKIi YOU IX1VK. In fact how to MAKH TUB ti.NB TOU LOVE LOVE TOU. Who and .hen jou lll marry If ever. CARLETTA may be tnsnlted on all matter of Interest to you-LOVE. COURTSHIP. MARRIAOE. IIIVOIICE. 1IIIS1NE8S ritORLBMS. REAL FSTATi:. BPIICULATION. INVESTMENTS, OtVl'I'ATION or PROFF.SSION you ar but ulled for-HUW TO OI1TAIN FUTURE SUCCESS. HOW TO WIN INLOVE. JIr SO ar'"xprlenc, fnoi"tl 1n TViih lnston. 1 a ruarmnt' of her rHtiM..ty, CAHH7TTA hn rr5 mow nople sinfj conipletr her work Hh more fttufactory rMultp in fhorift; Utnrn than anj- other rlalr x nyant anl broufbt mor happlnosa, hm li attPttM t- the thnunanila of MtlnrtM ctlcnta. ARIsFrrTA. PRB-KMINENTIA V 1! U ori:ati:st or ai.x c-imxrvoyants, MKDtl'MR AM) lMPRHfll?10NAI RBAD- i:ns. fir.r.A nvEitv one. wiixth and COIsOnnrj. NONK KUGHTEI. Feparat rH'iptlofi hrstlnr". 11 a. m. In S n m. Chart of Tour lUnrt Fr. with Earh P. I Inc. JCUMlsMlIKH NAMT; ANP M'MIICR. MME. CARLETTA, 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. Cut Out Kor Futura nfrnc. Mme. DELMAIN??- c lieasAirT; tells what ou ant to koow. Ra4 Intja. 60c j lent, 10'. 11 a m. to 9 p. m. dun day, ta 8. lit Tth at. N. W. 1 TUB I.ITTUK WIIITK tlUTlIEK. Wliliout knowInK whom jou ar or from ihent ou cttme ahe tclli jou hv not m tounJJngr facta concern ln the try tnatuia jou ulih to know of. Telia our nanis. namon of jour frlfix, eneinlr,, rhuta, per aona that ale or ulll b In jour Uf-. Infor mation. ti(hl(f, atftlatanco n.l uffalra. All work rompltHtM. within nine ilaya No fe In nil ant a. rtatisfartion guarantefO, Mme, DaLonjr, ma fVL-ry una. Lov. . Xioma 10 a m. tu t p ni, 7X0 fth at. N. W. MADAM FIELDS; wiuit her vou coneult the best. Reunite! th teparated. N. 1IS4. i::e 7th nvt. OIIIUINAL OYl-aY PAIAIIHT. VlTtol Fsriun Told. 15c. Opun Night. 101 C HT. N. YV MADAM JEAN .'EptuV3"0 (ilalrvyanta ar born, not made. Madam Jean ha bven one atnee childhood, a. knoMedged by pr.aa and publlo to be th. greatest clairvoyant In th vorld. can tel lltely reunite In separated. Uet a readlDg froi.i tltU remarkable woman. Will ttll oj namea. dates and facts without asking you a slngl question. You have a powr of our own ellhiT for good or evil. Cultivate th good, Deteloo II. Use It. Call and la convinced 1'rltata room. on aeo no on. Reftdlng arranged ny phona. N. SfiSl. Per mantnt location. MT R t, X, W. 1 tAUAMK CATI1K1UNB Cclebmted Uiigllih l'allntst and Header, lotuted Ifi icars at ion ith it. N. W. Csrd PALMISTRY AND CAIlll ItHAOINtj. MRS. R. LUSBY, Tsrot and Korelsn Cards: Ka.l India CrrataL Lailea only (UICKNKlil)l I'loaed Sunday, h.farenc. a. 737 J Jth N. W. ,b'c?n,a n,' to ahlllty, till 1.19p.m. Special. Notke5 t PAINIJ!Hfl PtllCES , U fo r?,'ATK" UAItUNO. JH llth 81. N, V.', Tour Order will b.' BouWi. ncelvd. ' CONSULT ZANCIG ! Phone Main ill For Anoointtnents' 1' COAL! COAL! I COAL!!! Kept unJr ejyr. Quick delivery. Moler. fpVOU SINOf CABTLE'B VOICE BUILD. 1NO exercUes Kill atrentthen and develop your vole use. atamp or ooln. Hatlafaetloti guararflaed. CABTLE I, CO.. tu Keaola blitg. AUCTION SALES DAVID" rTlrTKS, Aaetluneer. On Haturdav. Deeembee 1 mu . 1 o'clock a. m. I will aell at publlo auction a' Farmere Produce (Itaakall) Market, llth nl n sts. N. W.. condemned District horaes Ner K. (t, 6a. 11, ISI, KB. TRRMS CABH AT TIMK OP HALE. Ily order of CommlairOn era. V. C. M. CillAPonoVK. p. o. APARTMENTS TO LET UnfurnlahfJ. THI! BRUNSWICK. IS Ey St. V. W. S and 4 room and balb-(M.M and Ml.J. TIIE LONSDALE, , . . tin California SL N. W. ' I. I and I rooraa and bath-gM-oJ ul Ma.M THE FONTANET. llth and Fairmont Sts. N. W t rooms and bath HIM THE KEDIUClC' 1SS1 K U. N. W. rms and Ilih-tU M-MS e. TUB CAVENDISH, . WZ Columbia Road N. W. f. 1 aad J rooms and b.-IU. IM. and ttt.M. THE CUMI1ERUAND. Thoma Cirri. 1 aad rooms and b.-tu.M and tts.e. Swirtzell, Rheem & Hensey Co., m nth st. n. vf. The Toronto Mlh AND I' PT8. N. W I and raoma and bath. 110, IM. The Arg yle 17th AND PARK R04.D. I rooma and bath. HO. HIM. The Mt. Pleasant ' nil MT. PLEASANT ST. I rooms and bath. IO.09. The Har'ding llth AND GIRAIID BTC. 4 and S rooma and bath. IN to. V!l C. THE F. H. SMITH CO., 815 Fifteenth Street. Furnished or Unfurnished. THIIEE-ROOM FLAT, hot-viatrr heat. er reasonable. M! llth at. N. W. Wanted. WANTED For sis months, sn unfurnlhe.I tnre or four room and bath houeekeeplng apartment: .reasonable. UOX 312. Tlnwa ft nc. i- FOR RENT HOUSES Unfornlihejd. SIX ROOMS, prsaaed brick. Venetian blUlda reduced to e?.eo per montn. itv i at. o. t. FOR RENT Nearly new houe. 1C13 E .1. S. E.. I rooma and hath. I1I.W J. I' SHEA. Ml liulelana ave. .1 S-HOOM HOU8C cellar and etanle, to .! ored- cheap, o t H. a r. v.i WOOD. H New York ae. N W 111 HTH ST B. K, 3 en room brick, bnth. cellar, large yard to aney, im r.ir. heat. well. i:.w. tvey mil i-aei Cap! tot et FOR SALE HOUSES FOn BAIX on Montello ae N. E.. -rooni frame, hall, caller, rear alley. In road con dition; price. IL1M: l caah. balance on .a vssxv "iv saai..- tfAs iimr. uvv iva. iinn v..---. ft It all M-IJ-MH'mill1llllHr UKUe 18 A I'EltrECT IIOMB. f nu tti. kAtii. taraa tot. Derek. 4 all madam l-ieroveineat. aad oa. .j. LINCOLN PARK. On m. at. N. K. hat, North cartltna ' v. and C L On or th I tlful 4atlana la tka eier. nele tia email nd balaao ltr east. . ITLU per rwotk. tneiudlag iaUtest. and orlncipsl. PRICE, $2,250 Open tally aad Sundry until I COMB OUT TODAY. r I H 1 IM M I" I'M H MJ SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. NICB g-KOull HOUBE. atos Ms, hlsb and healthy, o Is car far. Price, 11,100. Term. Ill cash. bal. sac 111 rnontb. NIc brand new 4-roora bungalsw, I nlc lots, high and healthy S rola ulaa to care. Price. 11,400. Tanas. Bplutdld small truck farm ot I axrea, near Cngr Halihta. H mil from car, one car far. aay wart ot city; 7 .room Bouse, nice watw, ati.r.- mil n Llvlnsatan Price, H.I00. Terms. I1M caih. anc iw tnonin. 0. B. ZANTZINGiiR. 003 New York Ave. N. W. HOW TO BB TOUR OWN l-ANDLORU on UN caah and 11 mouth, at CHEVY CHASE. For rull panlcuUrs dro poitat. telephone or call on Wit. H. RITCHIE. Ill Coloimdo Uldg 11. M. Un. Z MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN IK'ILM.SO LOANS ANI JflXONII TRUHf. Money to loan at I per cent on HIstrici Real Katale. Any amount from l.w to !I,(M4 on flrat or eecond truet. In etralght not; or monthly uajmenis. Take unly tnre. dan "pAutv. MITCHELL & CO., llll O ST. K. TV. VIONBV TO LOAN-I0 to IMO.0W en P. Ca rial Istlt. Keveral truat fun la. IV. I I Mr cent. All tranaactlona conducted ! CooomlcVl n.ld.r.tlon f.r borrow.rs. wraa. ji, aw---'..' rxi ". bMithorn Ilulld InJt 1.7 "v l. SIONKT TO LOAN n ral tatt lMl rati- nrlor parmest prlTlUg; large .,',. Pi LKn' a nuTHfinfoiuta HtV "NONET TO MIAN ON RJWLKBTATE. FRANCIS a. uuniwrtn, 111 llth at. N. Vf . CLAIRVOYANTS CASTlLLOnu,50c IjOW KBE. Advice on all bualne and aotnaeilG aii.r. uiiiihe n.pi'inree n. mavee all trouble, eatl.lactlon, located, for the Inter (3 1' et. cor, Tth and r" N. V, Llcnta'iCD, Heui to a m. tu 4 u. tu, I