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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 191(5.
19 BURKE SAYS DEFICIT T Treasurer Asserts 'Liberal' War Taxes Did Not Make Good Reductions in Customs. Falling: oft of Importations wan tVo principal renaon plwn today In Treas urer Burke's annual report fr the Treasury deficit. He said the "liberal" war taxen had not made goil the re duction In customs recelplsT Necessity for more smaller pnper cur rency was cited liy Burke. He rocom mended repeal of laws limiting: Issue by banks of 5 bills to only one-third of their circulation. Burko said ordinary revenue last year atrsTCRnted J697,!'10.C00 and expendi tures $731,399,000. Tho decrease In custom3 revenues was S2,E33.:U2.30. and the Treasury deficit was J33.488.931.53 on June 30, "ar.alnst a surplus of $34,418,677 In 1M4. "The financial transactions of the Government hav been serlouflv affect ed by the Europenn war," says the- re port. "This condition was anticipated at the Beginning of the fiscal year, and to offset Us effect upon the Income the emergency revi-nue act was oasred, out even the liberal provisions of ithat measure" have not mode rood the re duction In receipts due ma'nly to the falllnK off In Importations." Revenue For Year. The ordinary revenues for the year were $07,910,827.58. Increased receipts from Internal revenue, corporations, and Income tax and miscellaneous sources totaled J45.771.003.17. The net decrease from all sources, continues the report, was $36,702,339.13. Total ordinary disbursements wero $731,399,759.11- net Increase In the total of civil and miscellaneous accounts, the naval establishment, the Indian serv ice and Interest on the public debt, and a net decrease In the military establsh ment and on account of ppnslons. The deficit on ordinary transactions for the year was $33,488,931.53. Receipts were: Customs. $209,786,672.21. decrease of $82. 533.342.30: Internal revenue, ordinary, $335,467,887.14. Increase of $26,808,154.58; Internal revenue. Income and corpora tion tax, $80,201,758.86: Increase of $8,820, 484.12; lands, $2,167,136.47. decrease of $404. (38.30: miscellaneous, $59.441,SO0.12, In crease of $8,683,858.88: District of Colum bia. $9,790,474.18, increase of $1,037,537.07. The Disbursements. Total disbursements were $731,399,759.11, as follows: Legislative, 113,577,399.19, Increase of $108,571.53; executive, $3,066,880.50, Increase of $2,501,746.14; State Department, $4,908,- dw.iv. decrease oi uu,h,89; treasury, $71,107,291.69, Increase of $10,967,434.81; War Department, civil, z,zi5,&3j.iy, decrease of $21,534.18; Navy Department, civil, $885,870.15, increase of $24,997.13; Interior, tlvil. I."r069,6l?.99, Horase of $",4!3.."12.17; 1'ostonice Department proper, ji.km, 873.64, decrease of J341.32.X.60; postal de ficiencies. $6,636,592.60, Increase same; Agriculture, $29,131,112.07, an Increase of $6,922,970.95: Commerce. $11,499,098.76. an increase of $540,216.36; Labor, $3,783,611.86, Jncrcase-of $14,707.81; Justice, $10,434,871.97, increase of $246,720.71; independent of lice, $5,738,773.78, Increase of $2,506,594 17; District 'of Columbia, $13,220,662.97. In crease of $463,691.79; military establish ment. Including: rivers and harbors, $172,973,091.73, a decrease of $349,712.47: naval catabllslrmintr JJtTS35,153:5S. In crease of $2,153,4G7.0; Indian service, $22, 130,350.70, Increase bf $1,915,274.74; pen sions, $164,387,941.61, decrease of $9,052, 289.51; -Interest on public debt, $22,902 MI7 04. Increase of $38,940.34. Expenses of the Panama Canal, paid from the general fund of the Treasury, nmountedvfo $29,187,042.22. Would Go Into Automobile Busi nessSuggests Trades for Each of His Family. LONDON, Dec- 2- (by mall).--The Prince of Wales Is not at all alarmed bv the views qf many onlookers that Great Britain will become a republic after the war. On one of his recent flying visits to London from the front he was discuss ing the question of what would happen if such a change came about. lie Is quoted as saying he would not be at all surprised If a republic should follow from tho Inevitable social and political upheaval which every one recognizes must follow the war. A sited what ho would do If the mon archy went by ihe hoard, the prince re plied that for his 'iwn part he was .per fects prepared to become a motor me chanic and go nto the automobile busi ness Me suggcittMl that his brother. Prince Henry, should become a carpen ter, the King a master mariner, and Princess Mary-of-all-trades a horse breaker King Kdward, discussing a similar possibility, once declared that he would ask Sir Thomas Llpton to take him Into partnership. Funerals Mrs. R. A. Buechlcr. Funeral services for Mrs. R. A. Uuechler, who died yesterday, -will bo held at the residence, 2U5V4 H street northwest tomorrow at 3 o'clock, in terment will be private. Charles I. Cragin. Funeral services for Charles I. Cragin, who died Wednesday, will be held at Holy Trinity Church. Philadelphia, to morrow at 10:S0 o'clock. Interment will be made in thly city. DUE 0 IMPORT DROP I KNOT RD OP BRITISH REPUBLIC Rcnjamin F. Hipsley. Funeral services for Uenjamlu K Hipsley. who died Thursday at the home of his brother. Evdu Hipsley. near Florence. Jld., In the eventy-sev- nth year of his age, will be held Sun day at 12 noon at Salem M. K. Church. Hiookvlllc, Md. Interment will be made in the Br'ookvllle Cemetery. Alfred A. Mortimer. Funeral servlecs for Alfred A. Morti mer who died Thursday, wilt be held nt the residence, 501 k street northeast, tomorrow nt 2 o'clock. Private Inter ment will be made In Prospect Hill cemetery. Warder Vojflrhecs. I unrral services for Warder Voor- iieea, an attorney, who resided In this for more than twent years and tu d'ed on December fi. were held tn HiUiiiore 011 December 8. Next Week's Films Julia Dean, well known to Washing tonlans by reason of her association wlth local stock companies, will head the Triangle program at Moore's Gar den Theater on Sunday, Monday, Tues day, and Wednesday. In Thomas lncc's latest photoplay, "Matrimony." Julia Dean will be seen In the role of the wife, and In her support are many or the favorites of theWncevlllo studio. The second feature will be headed by Raymond Hitchcock In a Keystone farce. "Stolen Magic," that depicts the ndvcnturcH of an Inebriated Amorlcaii who has the temerity to steal a sacred parchment from a Hindoo temple. lie Is assisted by Msbol Normond. Mack Bennett, Charles Murray. Phyllis 'Allen and other Keystone funmakers. Tully Marshall, ' remembered for nls work on the stage In "Paid In Full" and "The City," will head the program with Thomas Jefferson Thursday, Friday and Saturday In D. W. Griffith's photo drama, "Bnble Lorclia." full,, Afr-.Vinlt nnrtt-AVM S rotten young denizen of Chinatown, and Mr. Jefferson is seen to advantage as the leader of the tongs. The auxiliary at traction will bring back Ford Sterling, who heads Mack Sennetfs Keystone farce comedy, "His Father's Footsteps. The program arranged for tho Strand Theater Sunday, Monday and Tuesday will be headed by Robert Edeson in "The Caveman." Aimed from Qellett nnnr.ai' whimsical story, wherein a Caveman is lifted to tho highest piano of respectable socloty. The added at traction will be Gladys Hullctt In "His Majesty, the King," described as a virile drama of today. Wednesday and Thursday, Tyrone Power and Kathlyn Williams' will be An tnsrplhor In a film version of Charle Major's story, "Sweet Alyssum." Mr. Power appears to aavantago as ma father, and Miss Williams Is the heroine. Crane Wilbur In "The Mys tery of Carter Breene," a baffling do tectlve story, will be the extra attrac tion on these days, Lionel Ertirymore and Irene Hawley will be featured Friday and Saturday In a Western .drama, "The Yellow Streak " The added attraction will be a novel comedy, "The Law of Success,' with Olga Grey In the stellar role. Next week's program of photoplays at Crandall's begins Sunday with a re turn engagement of the William Fox production. "Her Mother' Secret," by Martha Woodrow, featuring Ralph Kel lard supported by Dorothy Green and an excellent cast. From Monday to Wednesday, William Fox uresents William Farnum and Dorothy Bernard with a large cast of notable players In "A Soldier's Oath," a story of war, love, and vengeance. In realism and strength of appeal, "A Sol dier's Oath" Is said to .surpass any photoplay ever presented at Crandall's. Thursday the Lubln Film Company will 'Offer the first unit photoplay en titled "Heartache," and for Friday and Saturday tho first Vltagr.iph unit pic ture, "On Her Wedding N'lght." will be presented featuring Antonio Maronlo and Edith Storey. "Trllbv." with Clara Kimball Young and Wilton Lackave. will be seen at tho Leader Theater again Sunday as the first of next week's attractions. In ad dition to Miss Young and Mr. Lackaye Paul McAllister, former local stock actor, and Chester Barnett arc seen In Important roles. Blanche nine will be the star In "The Yankee Girl." her musical comedy hit of a season or so ago, on Monday and Tuesday, Special music has been writ ten for the niece and will be used throughout the play by the Leader or chestra. Donald Brian, who originated the role of Prince Danllo In "The Merry Wid ows," will bo starred in a ptcturization of Harold MucGrath's real novel, en titled. "The Voice In the Kog," as the main attraction for Wednesday and Thursday. Friday and Saturday Pauline Fred erick will be nresented In "Sold," a drama based, on a woman's devotion, adaDted from the Russian of. George Trastov. The Leader orchestra will accompany all pictures with appropriate music. New Swiss President. BK.RNE. Switzerland fvla Paris), Doc, IT --Camilla de Coppet was elected President of the Swiss republic and Ed mund Schulthess, Vice President. M. de Coppet Is a former minister of Justice and the present Vice President of tho repuolle. The elections were held at oimila 1 aasilAn rf t liaa tta 1 1 i lit a 1 a BDAnihh' ' riM Liai .bhmi mic iiiiwiiui iirprinui,' EDUCATIONAL STEWARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Ktb & F STB. N.W. Thorough course In Shorthand. Bookkeeping and Civil Service. Slnging, Elocution MRS. EML.V iTRL( II BARNES. 143 11th st. N. K, I'bone Line. lilt. Tuesdays and FrldMs KU4 llih st V. w MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE Free niOTlng for tor nKi', . 3343 or V. 3344. SSHTIl'S TH.tXSI'liU a STon.(if; co.. nia S. Mtfht Pit. .V. 6092. SMALL VAN LOAD. XW. large van load. 34.60; fiord ge, 1: van load; motor vans for Baltimore, Philadelphia and suburbs. CO LUMBIA TRANSFER S'lORAGE CO., HA New York ave. Main 1315. FIREPROOF STORAGE 140 Separate Locked Ruoms, 12.00 Month ('p. Merchants' Tram fer & Storage Co. Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N. W. "SAFElV FIRST." ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE. UNITED nTATES STORAGE CO. Rooms, 12.00 and up. Movluc, Pscktnc. Phone Main i-M. 41-4'JO lO'.hst. S". W. MOVING i;tN?ai,EV.N'3 Phone M. ;H0-20tl. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, 1221 II Street N. W. 8TORAOE. PACKING, AND -SHIPPING. Washington, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex press Company, 1017 H St. N. E. Pa. Line. 3970. 8TORAGE tl mo hauled In free; all we aik, compara our prices to otheia; estimates cheerfully slven; central location, dry. clean storage rooms, dpen for Inspection at any time. II. Rauin & Son. 512 Pa. nve. M. 1M4. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! Advanced on storage. UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO., Ith und D ets. nw. Ph M. 6JCJ. Estimates on Packing and Shipping. CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'S. 920 Pa. ave. N. W. Phon Main 122. MASSAGE ANNA B. JOHNSON. W14 15th it. N. W. Massage, all branches, rheumatism. mor circulation, nervousness, appointments N.4lt, .Sib25" fifflEMHBH ChiTaStiinias . Siaggestlomis 0 j Happy Xmas fr the Young Folki If You Give Rtller Skates SPECIAL $2.00 Union Hardware (PI (in Ball-Bearing Skates.. tDl.uU WA&FORD'S O0 Pa. Are. N.W. Xmas W 5S Gifts ( Ornnntental, Artistic, and Useful. ELECTRIC LAMPS . Desk and Beading' Lamps, electroliers, $3.25 to $25. AH new. Every finish. GAS .LAMPS, $2.00 TO 123.00 All styles. Excellent for the student OIL LABI PS Of every kind. Sep arate shades and globes. All priced complete ready to light Geo. F. Mutli & Co. KSST 418 7th St The most health ful and 'useful Xmas gift for the Imy or gill Is a Bicycle. I a rgeit fetock lo select from 3)17.50 up. Take advantage of the reduction and select now. Haverford Cycle Co. D23 10th St.. Near r. A Timely Suggestion For Your Christmas Dinner Krult, Cake Thoroughly Aged Pumpkin Pie Fresh Dally AMREIN Your Baiter and Confectioner. 1009 New York Ave. Phone Orders receive prompt attention Phone Main 22X8. BEST NUTS AND PEANUTS New crop. A carload Just arrived. Do not place your order before you get ur prices. Mb Pleasant Nut House, 3022 I4(k .Street. XH4S SPKCIAI. Port, Sherry, Sweet rntawbn nnil Dlnelc lierry Wine, 91.00. S1.23 And 1."0 per irnllon. Delivery. I'romptly Pilled. Phone 91. SI02. DEAVKIt WIIISKKV SOc Quart (Oottled In nond) ltendliifc Ilrrwery Co. I'. S. Sttiiidnrd Mht and IJnrU Ilrrr, Sl.OO per Ale and 1'ortfr fl.25 per THOMAS 11. HKAA'nilS, 020 4V, St. S. W. NUTS AND PEANUTS NEW CROP Carload just arrlvod. You can buy mem at iowcii prices it THE O. K. PEANUT CO., 1111 7th St. N. W. Phone N. lfS7. Candies For the Million BUCKINGHAM'S Great Reduction In Choice CANDIES Orders received now to be delivered when wanted by parcel post or In city. Sunday School orders solicited. Prli.es 16c, 2Gc, 30c, 40c, and 60c per lb, 231 Pa. Ave. S. E. Phone L. 2-.SH. XMAS NUTS Wslniite, 16c, Mc, 25c. BraslH, 20c. Al monds, Ne Plus, 224. Maple Filberts, lie. Paptr and Soft-Shell Pecans, lie and 25c. All IjU ctop AMERICAN COFFEE CO.. COFFEE AND PEANUT ROA8TER8, 112 H ST. N. E.. PHONE LINC. 757. LOST AND FOUND BARRING Garnet pMidsnt, somewhere In shoppliiK district. Reward If returned to S1INEMETZ. 1201 F at. FRATERNITY PIN. Kappa SlRiua.Mictuen New Ebhitt and 14th and Harvnrd sts. Re ward, room 21J Senate Office Ilulldlim. BROOCH Star shaped, studded with pearls, Wednesday afternoon. Reward 1829 Mini wood place GOLD BROOCH with a pearl, on Tuesday. Suitable reward If returned to .019 Q iw. GIX1VE One black fur, bet. Walter Reed Hospital garage and 6th anil Butternut ti. Reward for return to CAPT. L. P. WIL- I.IAMSON, 6900 5th. 1 POODLE DOG White, with pink nose, on 10th of Dec, Llberai reward. 1722 13th at. 1 FOX TERRIER, white wire-haired, with on black spot on bark and black and tan around rare; last seen on Connecticut ave. and M st. LIBERAL REWARD FOR ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE RE TURN of the dog to 1721 II at. N. W . SITUAilONS VvANlbO Male. I'AINTKR, paperlmnser plasterer kalsomlner wanls work room papered, 3. painted, 2 M r. GOLDULATT, 1031 10 th si. N. W. 1' ense. i-iiar. I BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed Information concerning iho following opportunities may bo secured, frco of charge upon application to BUREAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT ' OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED: BL&W-Fre board, lodging, and wash ing. PM Per month. PW Per week. PD Per day. PH Per hour. BL Frco board and 'edging. HGF&M Un furnished house, garden, fuel and milk. KB English speajtlng. Exp Experlenet d. Tr. Adv. Transportation may be ad vanced under favorable conditions. Unless otherwise stated, it Willi be understood that nil opportunities are of a permanent nature, and the beln Is desired as soon ns Dosslbls. FAKM LAUOKER APPLICATIONS Maryland. 870 7ST2. Prince Georges Co. Ont married or tingle nun for general farm work. Any white E8. Exp. Wages according to abil ity. HO&F. West Virginia. 1707110. Marlon Co. One married man for general farm work. American Swede or German accepted. Home exp. Other EH. No children desired. Oreen, IIS I'M; Exp. )25 I'M. Live with employer. Wife to do home work and washing at $3 PW. (Wish to cor respond with party). , COMMON LABOR. New Jersey. 8711304. Warren Co. Wanted 20 unskilled and 20 semi-skilled laborers, Alio 2 moulds era. Any nationality. Married or single. 32.50 Tr. adv, and deducted. 10 hour I'D. . Unskilled at 17Wo I'll, semi-skilled at 20c I'll and moulder average 13.23 PD, Pennsylvania. 69143." Somerset Co. Wanted .10 married or Ingle men to mine bttumlnoua coal. Aus trlans and Hungarians. 10 houra PD. (So per ton for mining and loading. r7t-1306. Philadelphia Co. 5 laborers in storage warehouse desired, Americana. Mar ried or single, No Tr. Usual hours. tlO PW. Ml 60. Lackawanna Co. 10 laborers desired to work In coal mines. Italians, Polish or Hungarians. Married or-slnsle. No. Tr. hours I'D, Piecework, varies from $30 to. 1M Tl. - ..w r&a HELP WANTED MALE AOENTS to sell goods on railroad trains: must have til In cash and a blue ault of clothes. Apply Office, UNION NEWS OO., Union Station. WANTED BOYS FOR MESSENGER SERVICE! Apply WESTERN UNION TEL. OFFICE, 1401 F st. N. W. UOY to work In drug atore. IIM'MEH'H PHARMACY. North Capitol and R it. ! BOY Neat white, li or over, to make him self generally uarful around store; refer ence required. ARTHUR NEUMAN, lt:i New York ave. BUS BOY White; no Greek; for cafe. Hth N. W. 2110 1 ERRAND BOY with wheel. Apply G. U HUKKE OPTICAL. CO. 14."9 II St. N. W. PRESSER for ladles' and gent's garments; good axperlencud, steady work; good pay, 00 Eye St. N. W. TAILOR at once; steady position to right man. WM. I.. llEnENTEH. 437 7tH at. yw. HELP WANTEDFEMALE BATH ROOM WOMEN. Apply RALEIGH HOTEU at once. DRESSMAKER First class, at once. Apply 1JO0 Fairmont at. N W. GIRU-Whlte, stay nights, good home, per manent place: good usees, 2314 13th st. N. W. HOTEL MAIDS and waitresses today. DIC1CH HOTEL AGENCY, 12th and Pa. ave. N W. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS THREE-PIECE PARLOR SUIT, HO, worth 2j, morris chair, 1.W; lientuood chairs, 340, cost price, J&rdlnlers from 10c to eic; rugs. 9xi:, 34.72. sideboards, 4.&0. 1011 th St. N. W TWO THOROUGHBRED Boston terrier doss for sale. Apply 13:9 10th t N. W. FOR SALE Uadles' gold watch and pin, 33. Address HOX 2, Tl ines otnee. THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT, a drophei.1 Singer He wine MtTchlne, like' hew. J1J. K. E. HARRIS. 31J I'a. ave. S. E. l.lnc. 37B. FOR SALE Mahogany music box lth 35 discs. In good order, coaling 4100; will sell cheap. Sit Maryland ave. N. E. ' 1 LET t'H ESTIMATE on cleaning and repair ing your Dpewrlter; all work guaranteed. We also buy and sell second-hand marhlnex on coniinUsloii, (h us a trial. Call M 39.0 for quick service. UNIVERSAL. TVPE. WRITER REJ'AlR CO.. 911 P t N. W. USED PIANOS. HM used Bradbury upright 3U 13W used Newton upright 1W USED PLAYERS. 3(50 used Kurtimann player MOD Su60 used Kryder player 3,5 t00 used Armstrong plaer 3& JT0U used etuyvraant l'lanola 355 JUELG PIANO CO., 13th and G N. W. We Rent Reliable Underwood Typewrltera. 32.S0 Per Month. Other machines at proporUonately low rates, GENERAL TYPEWRITER CO. 611 14tb at. N. W. Phone M. KU. CONTINUOUS POST BED8, U.lt- National Springs. lilQ; felt mattresses. 34.75. Mall or ders Ailed. JOHNSON'S. 1343 It st..N. E. DON'T WASTE TIME vvntlnc by hand: renting an UNDERWOOD and using It In jour correspondence means special attention paid to your letters. "The machine you ivill eventuaSy buy." UNDERWOOD TYPE WRITER CO.. 120 F st. N. W THE REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO. UNCI. 717 12th St. N. W. Main M14. Buy. sell, rent and repair typewriters. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKINCIMEN-Santa Claus spells "ou," but as long as we can save a bunch of cash for you, why worry, see us In a Lurry and eo have a pick that s a picnic to see- the very slightly ued suit and overcoats XI and higher, one price JUHTH'8 OLD STAND. IS D. Floor OU. ENTERPRISE HARDWARE CO.. floor oil ,15c gal. Keys made 20c. 927 Ha St., near corner New York ave. Mattresses and liox Springs. REMOVAL NOTICE Mattress renovated and re-made equal to new as low as $1. Called for and delivered. CAPITOL BED DING CO.. 441-43 O St. N. W. Ph. M. 1114. SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS-Halr and felt mattresses made over and renovated; all sizes. U only. EAGLE BEDDING t.O 130 7lll st. N. W. Ph. N. CS10. . Painti. BUFFAIX) A. L. O. PAINTS. Sold by GEO. M. CASPER. 105 llth st, S. E, 1'hone Line. lf. Papcrhangins. PAPERHANGING and painting. C1IA8. R. HYSAN, 818 H at. N. E.. formerly of 204 East Capitol at. Write or phon Lincoln 2139 or Lincoln 1309 for estimate. Birds and Animals. JUST RECEIVED singing canaries, parrots, dogs, raU, rabbits, guinea pigs, goldtlshca, aquariums, and remedies for all kinds of pets; send for catalogue. Taxldemy In all Its branches. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM, 712 12th st. N. W. Window Cleaning.. HOW ABOUT THOSE DIRTY WINDOWS? CA1IOON ACME WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. 921 G ST. N. W. Main 7159. Watch and Clock Hospital. THE ECLIPSE Watch, clock und Jewelry Repair Co.. (33 G N. W. Drop postal will send, give estimate; we have 3 years' ip. Vacuum Cleaners. Vacuum Cleaning, $3.50 Per Day With expert operator; hand or clectrlo cleau- ers for rent, tl Per day. NAT'L VACUUM SALES CO.. MAIN 4155. 6TH AND D ST3 N. W. Carpel Cieaniuc. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE. fully cleaned; rugs woven from old carpets, mattress's renovated. Estimates furnished ALBERT KAHLERT & CO . 353 U sU S. W. M. 2U3 Umbrellas and Parasols, UMBRELLAS 1'AltASOI.rt fla i akaafe41 fAnB t r am. I ffl 1 s4J M t A Ala.at 1'. IIICIVI t " u. wr VIVII , BI wa wcuulat mad up. UU1U.L. 1U UiA i". TRADES. Pennsylvania. 754-11. Philadelphia Co. One bottom worker In aho factory desired. Any nationality. Married or single. Wages not stated. 8 17. Allegheny Co. Wanted machinists and toolmaker. Americana, German, Aus trian or English. Other KH or German ac ceptable. Married or alngla. No Tr. Vi houra I'D for 6 days; 4M hours Saturday. For machlnlats: 20c PH to 40c, PH accord ing to work performed. Fur tool makers: 35c to 420 PH, according to character of work performed. A .premium In paid to the machinUts but not the tool makers. M374. Butler Co. Wanted four machlnlats 'and tool makers or die alnkers. Anv na tionality. Married or single. No Tr. 10 houra TD. 30c to 3c PH for machinists; 40c to COc PH for tool makers. DOMESTICS. District of Columbia. 1171730. Washington, D. C. One Inarrled or single woman for general homework. Ger man. Bcotch or Irleh. No objection to a very small child, but prefer without. $10 PM. Good home, light work. Tr. adv. from New York and deducted. Virginia. 17 1740. Taiewall Co. One single or mar ried woman for general housework, U. 8. colored or foreign. No children wanted. Could give hueband farm work to do. 33 PW and home. Tr. adv. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. EYE BT. N. W., 804-Large front room. 2nd floor; 2 dresaera and double bed and couch; nicely furnished. 1 13th ST. N. W 720-Small furnished room; hot-water heat; for gentlemen only. 1' H BT. N. W., (23 Two well healed rooms on sreond floor: also large front room; light housekeeping. 1 IDEAL Al'ARTMENT CO . 1M9 Pa. Ave. Two-room apartment, furnished complete, hot-water heat, hot water, gas furnished free; also single rooms for h. k. Main 7177. 34 ST. N. W., 436-2 cheerful front rooms, second floor, US. 00 per month; well heated and gsa; sink at door. 1' II HT, N W., 6IX Two front communicating rooms; well heated; 1. h. k. permitted. 1 Sth ST. N W., 74414 Furnished room, neat and clean in well-kept house; one or two gdntleraen. Call before 3:30 a. m. or atter t p. m. r R ST, N. W., 1704-Threa well-heated I. h. k. rooms, gas. 318. O ST. N. W., 1331-A well furnished room; southern exposure. 2nd floor. H RT. N. W 913 ComforUbly furnlfhed rooms; well heated, tl 25 up; excellent loca tion, nearCarnesla Library. ,3 rA. AVE. N. W 1303 (opp. Raleigh) Warm, sunny; liol ater dally; no car fare; -ates. Unfurnished. A ST. N. E., (37 Second floor, 3 bright warm rooms, kitchenette and bath; adulta; good location, 330. 1 1st ST.' S. W 117 Two unfurnished front rooms with heat and gas; everything con- Tenlcnt. (th ST, N. E., It Three nice rooms, second floor, hot-water heat, gas, bath; 1. h. .; U. 1 Rooms For Rent. ROOMERS FREE SERVICE For jour con venience call Main 7439 Colorado Rental Ex change. Colorado lildg., 14th and G sis.; de lightful rooms, prtv. bath; personally Inves tigated; cltv and suburban. Wanted. WANTED the use of several furnlMied par lorn In different locations to hold spiritual ist seances In at least once per week, will pay good for use of same. Apply by letter only. HERBERT O. BREEDLOVE, 1U K st. N. W. I ROOMS AND BOARD Williams House, 915 E St. N. W. Rooms and Board, Jj. 6 a. in. Breakfast. V K BT. N. W., 1119 Rooms and board; single, double, or en suite; home cooking; rea sonable, l TABLE BOARD 12th ST. N. W., 803-Rooms, with select board; steam beat, private bath, reasonable rates. ' i K ST. N. W.. WB Good Virginia cooking; 33.10 week for two meals a day; 33 per week for three meals a day; give us a trial. THE SHEPHERD, 10th and E sta. N. W. Excellint meals, breakfast, iic lunch, ;0c. dlmur. ZLc: 33. to week WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid tor worn cloth, log, either ladles' or men's, send postal; will call. II. TAItSHh'S. 130 7th su N. W. Phone North 4 1 WANTED-Furnlture. plans, carpets, etc. Phone M. 12 for wapon. or have us calL "WESCHLr.R'S," S:o pa. ave. N. W. WANTED yurniture lor casn. Hll your goods to the nisn who gives the most money, be HOIWOOD. Ith and K. 1 WANTED COO feather beds by January 1st. 11(. Bquaro Deal Furniture Co.. (01 Eye at. N W. Ph. M. X.6. Rest prices auaranteed PERSONALS. M1? nAINMa'curlng and Scalp Treat. Apart. 1. Phone Main 742S. 1 mMINlt-.UriinJ SCAU TREATMENT Phone Main 7511 714 llth t. N. W. MICC RARER MANICURING. K1IOO DtDCl SHAMPOOING. SCALP Treatment. 409 G St.. opp. U. 3. Pension Off. Mice MAYS Manicuring, SclD Traat iUlOS mt 1 o mrnti Facials. 10 to 7. 02 Kenols Building. MRS. OR A FIELD. Magnetic massage, face and scalp treatment. 115 H ST. N. W.. 2D FLOOR. MISSJAMlUtON. manicurist Und chiropody; hours, 10 a m. to 6 p. m. 1212 -Sew York ave. N. W , second floor. MICC WP1 1 , Manicuring and Scalp iYllOd WCbW Treatment. Hours S to 4. 933 G st. N W. Apartment 2. third lloor. : -UUCP MAIFR hairdressing, iAJUlofc.lYlAlE.I ManUiiring. Scalp treatment, chlropodj. All brunches taught. Hours, 9 to 7. fcunaay, a to ; lll.lg., llth and O sts. M. 63l 303 Ki'tiols MAN1CU KING :nd,.?,7p",,Crea,mCot W Kenols "" ' N- w- DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist Phone Main tl. 1233 Pa. av N. W. TU.RA-HE SPEC1A1.S 40c nealtn herb mix lur 2c: tro-kas. stop cough, ticklish throau 10c; hair grower pomade. 10c; beauty nowder. 10o; admiration perfume. 2jc. rare Erith herbs' 5-s 1721 7th st. N W 1 . n r-. r- r-! r SPRCfALtST 3l i L)K. KCCL'804 17 STRKKT..'. The Most Important Advice il.i i nn offer to any man or ,.,maii who i suffurinK fro.nT any acute, chronic, or special dli-T ease Is to take immediate 8UpJL ,n r.KT WELL. 00, Bacteria vac !.. ami all the new serlutns and f anti-tosms adminlstored. Hloi.i I ...... tnnrtM. LaUUIHlU BLUUHeal i- " "--. .1.1 v. i,.: i . wltll everyiim't. " ' lclncs. over 30 years' practlco .r. . ..o.il- Catarrh. Indigestion. Constipation. I'lles, Throut, Lun;. VC. ' if.o-t ninnil. mil SWln T Uls-',c8- IllmuniHilain, all staSk,i" T of lliooa -oib"hhi, nenuua ana. T Uencral "Debility. Charge Low. . . Y UcUlclnea t urnlHlicU,TJllli.o Uuurt . IT in tn l. 3 to 6. tJunJays. .0 to U.- Xw.t.i--;"t;-r-Ki-r--H-,r4-H-l-t"H"-l' IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for this column are accepted at 54) cants flat, either jiros or poetry, In cast no tic does not exceed ten llnea. And 10 cents for each line In exorae of ten.l Vital Records Birth. Randall H. nd Margarita C. Hagner, boy. Lee Hoy and Myrtle Covert, boy. ii!Sr8i? D ""."J Mvrtlo U Mtlierland, girl. Uen II. and Katherlne U Simmons, boy. bo"'" nd K"Xttbeth Waahlngton, James C, and Fttnnle U King. boy. n-. Harry and Annie 1. Hurn, girl. JiP.mrt J; nd Anna M. Qulnn, girl. William II. and Kaiberlne E. Hilton, girl. Edmund and Ulaucha Jackson, boy. Deaths. Smtna Itousseati, 38 years, Walter Heed Oen erel lloapltal. Nannie Owen l'oole, 41 years, 2504 Wisconsin avenue northwest. Edith Catherlno IColb, 27 sears, GaMeld Memorial Hospital, Mary Young, 40 years, Casualty Hospital. Anna Blckle, 30 years. Providence Hospital. Edmond Silence, 8 years, Government Hos pital for the Insane, Bridget Mella, 70 years, Little Slaters of the Poor. Annlo Garnet Ci years, 304 I. atreet south west. George Johnson, 33 yean, Freedmen's Hospi tal. I George Smith, 37 years, 615 W street north west. Sudan Smith, 60 years, UZ3 Twelfth street northwest. Edward Day, DO years, Freedmen' Uopltal, Jennetta Hoots, 6 months, 7 Eye street northeast. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS ef every description moderate prices. QUDE. 1214 F at. N. W. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, ' UNDEnTAKF.R & LIVERT. 323 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M, 13SS. WABIHNOTON. D. CLAIRVOYANTS PALMISTRT AND CARD READINtf. MRS. R. LUSBY, Tarot and Foreign Cards; East India Crystal. Indies only (LICENSED) Closed Sundav. Reference aa "737 1 1th N W Hecontl noor 10 auiiivy. ,wu.iii. The Little White Mother MME. DE LONG. 730 8th ST. N. W. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. NO FEE IN ADVANCE. MR 9 rjFYPR Tba Greatest Card mrvo. VJE I EK Reader and Clslrvov. ant. Now 117 1st st. 8. W. lira 9 am. to It pin. CONSULT ZANCIG PAnuT. READINGS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO, 904 14th st. N. W. Phone M. 4119. 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MME. CARLETTA, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT. LIFE READER; 30 years' continuous practice mostly In Washington. She never met you, ret she TELLS YOl R NAME. NAMES OF FRIENDS ai.d ENEMIES. ADVICE ON BUSINESS. LOVE. COl'RTSHIP. MARRIAGE AND DI VORCE. Sees everyone NO FEE IN AD VANCE. Hours, 11 a. m. to 9 p. m. 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. CONSULT ZANCIG Jraifc' READINGS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO, 104 llth St. S. V. Vhona M. 4419. ORIGINAL GYPSr PALMIST. Whole Fortune Told. lie. Open Nights, 1W C ST. N. W. MADAM FIF1 D when you consult her mfturtin ncLu ou conilllIt th8 bMt Reunites thu separated. N. 14i(. 22i "lb i-w. CONSULT ZANCIG vcin?' READINGS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO, 901 14th st. N. W. Phone M 4419. MADAMJEAN SSgn?nf"CH, Clslrvoj-ants are born, not roads. Madam immn haa h.tl Oil. SlnC ChlldltOOd. StS. knowledged by press and publlo to be th greatest clairvoyant in tne worm, can pusi- iv.iv rvinit the seiiarated. Gel a reading from this re.narkable woman. Will tell yu names, dativ and facts without asking you a single question. You have a power of your own either for good or evil. Cultivate th good Develop It. Use It. Call and b convinced. Private rooms, you see no one. Reading arranged by phon. N. 25aL Per manent location. 47 R st. N W. P Mme. DELMAIN? Palmist. Clatr- oj ant. Card n. ....... in. v.i.i von want to snow. Read ings,, 60c; test. 10C 11 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sun day. I to.g. 13 7th St. N. W. P C A S T I L L OKof 50C LOW PEE. Advlc on all business and domeatlo affairs: brings happiness and re moves all troubles; satisfaction, located (or the winter OS F st.. cor. 7th and F N. W. LICENSED. Houra 10 a. in. tu t o. m. CONSULT ZANCIG Ift) READINGS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO, S04 14th St. N. W Phone M. 4419. SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, ??as dally; seances Tues. & Thurs. evenings; Frl.. 2 p. in. Ph. I .Inc. 3018, 315 N. J. ave. S. E. UDC ROTH Reading Dally. Seance iTlrvo. lKJ I n Tu and -rhur. ev.. Mon.. 2pm 1030 th at. nw.. above Library. MRS WHITE. 715 22d ST. N W. -Seances Sun , Wed , Frl.. S p. in . private reading dally. Sunday by appointment. Ph W. S30-J. Marie A. Davidson, Ph, D. Spiritual Medium Readings Dally. 1 p. in. to 5 p. in.. Circles Wed.. 2 p. m., Thurs.. I p. m. 1027 9th si. N. W. 1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LIVERY and club stables, onnei retiring. ROOMING houe. 10 rooms, Income tl"0. $200. W HUl.ESALE potato chip nils, tuny niuui- pcd. cheap. DINING loom In larse upurt. house, Km. UltOCERY und market, llth hi , Mt. Pleas- RltilER SHOP, up-to-dale. flrnt tlass, ISM. HVERYUODY lll'SINESS BROKERS. !'Q4 llth st. N w. M.OOO-Cash groiery. paying ""''.Jow.renU living rooms connected. See vVl-.NM.lt, n.3 l.H. nve. N. W. ITALIAN lunchroom for sale; gooO butl ne; only on In city. Call 1218 Penn. ave. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE a lurgnln. Pierce Arrow. 7 liassenger car. In perfect condition, with limousine and louring ml. Inquire Muhs. ave. N W. 1723 For Hire. MAIN 7151 Day or Night. Limousine 11 -S to VI 0 per hour. FIVE-PASSENGER touring cars, hour, special rates for shopping. PHONE WEST 1226. II per FORD CARS. Jl per hour: anywher In city proper. 75c. White chauffeuera COLUMBIA 391 FOR RENT HALL OR STUDIO Ml'hli' STUDIO for rent, whole or part tlnic. furnished or unfurnished: downtown. I'.OX 720, Times oltlre FOR RENT GARAGES GAItAi.i: mil RENT Jan 1st. In rear of St. N. W. 13IC O st , mm lor J inavninaa, akihit isis Special' Notices POAF BE8T QUALITY. - ,KJJL. aY QUANTITY. ft 5oc Discount Mo1 BUILDING fJUPPLIES. C M. EDWARDS, am nn ST. N. AV. PUONK N. Ul . EKi?&8 WUmAk FIHK INSURANCE " n '.0i".A'N1 or tne D,strlct of Columbia, ST' ,h..!trMt "nd Nw Vork v- Decern- U" 17a 119, Policy holdara are notified that policies x Fii?.Sr. ,hWl iInnly n December (27th instant) and the I ate of renewal Jor 1111 U one per centum on tho premium notes. Th Managers have ordered paid to the polloy holdera a Return of Savings according to the value of each policy on tho thlrtyflrst day of lJSLSS?ber' POUCIB8 MUST BE PMB- HENTED for endorsement of the payments, ' except where held In connection lth loaned Id which case they should be brought la o .?," i n?J. """Plicate payment, entered." PI.EA8B ATTEND EAni.Y AND AVOID '1 THE CROWD, U PIERCE BOTELEH, Sec- , retary. I . c.n COAL! COAL!! COAL!ll Ws share the proOts 'With tba consumer. ' r Phons your order North ittl. Profit Sharing Coal Co., Z 026 N ST. N. W. ?f , , FOR THE XMAS. ;l Strictly fresh uffa Hatlv ,iinrflnl..H na day old. SOUTHERN POULTItY BUPPM', w 909 II st. N. W. lrf SAVE MONEV ON TOUH COALTha best coal money can buy delivered direct to your homo at the lowest prices. LESTER L. . I CHARLTON. Poal anil Wim nrdM.nri varrf 2JO&-7 Sherman ave. Ph. day or night. Col. 34C TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN-I will not' bo responsible lor any debts contracted by yuyRirr.Lurw.,py'"- joiu1- CHURCH NOTICES Baptist . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. lth AND O STREETS N. W. REV. WM. M. McMAUTER, D. D.. Pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. on Sundays. Weekly praise service, 8 p. m. Thursday evening. Bible school, :J0 a. m. Sunday. Strangers are cordially Invited to com to all services. This advertisement appears every day In the week to remind the unidentified Chris tians. and, In (act, all classes (believers and unbelievers) that they will Cnd with us a nearly welcome. AUCTION SALES Tbos. J. Owen A Sons. Aatffloneera. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALLAULE llbAL ESTATE, BEING PREMISES XvO. 21W ' FOURTH STREET, N, E. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded In ij Liber No. 3821, folio 4i6, land records of n. District of Columbia, and at request of party secured thereby, undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. In front of premise, DECEMBER TWENTY-SEVENTH. 1U. AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.. the fol- T lowing described land and premises In th I District of Columbia: Lot No. U in the Thrift Building Company's subdivision of lots In block No. 20, "Center Ecktngton," as per plat recorded In th Office of the Bunayor ror the District of Columbia In Liber ti avt folio . Terms of sale Sold subject to a prior dead of trust for 12.100, and the amount over and above said trust to be paid In cash. A de- posit of 1100 required at time of sal. Con- . veyanclng, recording, etc., at cost of pur- . chaser. Terms of sal to be complied with within fifteen days from sale, otherwise trus- r tees reserve the right to resell the property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after Ave days' advertisement In some news paper published In Washington, D. C. BRUCE CLEVELAND, HAUKY K. B03S, Trustees. . PROPOSALS TREA8URY DEPARTMENT. Ofnce of Ihe Supervising Architect, Washington. D. C. December 13. lSli. SEALED PROPOSALS will b- opened In this office at 10 a. in , Jan uary E, 1110, for bronze lamp-standards lur the United Stales Custom House at San Francisco, California, and the United Staivs Post Office at Stamford, Conn., und lor other buildings under the control of the Trcaau. Department, In accordance with th specltl catlqii and drawing, copies of which may l had at this otflce. in tho discretion ut t Supervising Architect. Ja. A. Wetraore, Act ing Supervising Architect. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. EYE ST. S. E 101S Four rooms and bath. baok porch, tit. 1 Furnished or Unfurnished. THREE BUNNY" nOOMB bath, kitchenette. porch, h. w. h. ; will lumisn new- inroujn ut; near Capitol, suiubla M, C: teferemes out 3Uu C St. N W. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 1107-9 D St. ne., 3r.. reduced to lJ'? 1105H 1 ne.. tr.j can b used for small store. JH.60; all In good repair. 128 7th st. ne., r ' 130 7th st. ne., 5c J-fJJ 509 D st. ne 6r... i,'"A" l Apply 914 Maryland ave. N. E. WANTED HOUSES WANTED To rent furnished house at low rent, subject to purchase; sultsble for se lect old fol kshotnBOJCJijnmifDce FOR SALE HOUSES A COMPLETE LITTLE HOME. THE BEST XMA8 PRESENT YOU COULD BUY FOR YOURSELF". Take part of this year's Xmas money and make a first payment on one of those Dr. LiailTFUL LITTLE HOMES one and ont halt square, fg pARK On 14 st N. E.. bet. North Carolina nve. and C at One of the most beautiful loca ls In the city. room,, tile hath, large lot. porch. All modern improvements Only 1100 cash and .balance Ike rent ? per montn, inciuumK '""';;"' """ r ' PKlUfc, ,4iOU. Open dalfy and Sunday "J"1 "' '" VUaUU VLJ A "" ' ' WOMEN'S RIGHTS! ! have the right of selecting the place wher. she Is going to llv. Jameson's Model Homes Are all that a woman can desire cheerful, comfortable and convenient, price, 13.975. Only $300 Cash. Balance Monthly, Like Rent. Six rooms, bath, cellar, and attic. Bull! with every modern convenience. An exce tlonal location, 11 to 17 Gtrard st. N E. Call N. 403S ror free auto service, or addrest BOX 710, Times office. I FOR SALE Fine, single house at 1010 llth St., N. E., containing 6 rooms with all Im provements. Price, 11.200. SIEtlF.L'8 KKA! TY COMPANY, Connell Building. Scrauton. Pa. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. -i HOW TO BE YOUR OWN I.ANDI.OUD on 9100 cash and Hi mouth, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars dro postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RlTflUE. 217 Ooloiado Bldg Tl. M. 5221. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN BUILDING LOANS AND SEiXJND TRUST. Money to loan ai 6 per cent on District Real EHtate. Any amount from S.oO lo Si.004 -on IU i or second iiuat. in straight not or monthly payments. Takes only threu da ' to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1413 Q ST. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN-5210 to 100.0"0 on D. C. real estate. Several trust ruixls. 4i to 4 per cent All transactions londijited vwth economical cunalderatlon for biiroi WM. II. SAUNDKItS Ai ill.. Southern Building. 07ljh hi. N W 7oNEYTO LOAN en rai estate, lowest nlMI l"lr lrnil prlvlUses. iaist iSASUBU. T1UH UVT!UHKtruHO.it UXM.4