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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28; 1915.
13 CTE RED CIRCLE By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE. Author of "The Fighter." "Caleb Conover," "Syria From the Saddle," Etc. Novelized from the Pathe Photo Play of the Bame Name by Wilt J. Jlltchey. (Copyright, 1913, by Albert Payson Tcrhun4.) (Synopsis of Previous Installments.) Max lniar, crime specialist, receives note frdm Chief df Police Allen In forming him of the release of "Circle" Jim Borden, a uotorlou criminal, and asking him to keep a lookout lor the man and hi tuture activities. The name "Circle" come irom the hereditary "led circle" which appears on the right naud In each generation ot the Uordem. June Travis and her mother, interested In the reform of ex-convlcta, are awaiting Borden's release. Borden rMusea . their aid, and la about to strike the persisted June, when Laniar comes Alp and detera him, Borden's non Ted, a good-for-nothing, loses his position, and, desperate Tor want of nione) , Is about to ' steal a man a watch, when his father cornea-upon mm and pulls him awayj the man raising a cry of thief. ' . Pursued by a large crowd, I-amar auiongi them, Ilorden and his hon reach a ecret passageway to his rooms. Ij mar learns irom a bpy playing nearbv Its exlrct, location, and, sending the ltd for aid, start through the subterranean way. Old Borden, brooding over - the degra dation of his son, seajslhe room In which the boy Is asleep and .turns on the gas. 1-amar reaches ihe,roofti. but his revolver la wrested from him by Borden, who tells Lamar he Will aunlhllata the Borden family after he has killed the detective. Lamar escapes death at the hands or the fanatical Borden by the timely arrival of the police. Borden kills himself. The gas has asphyxiated the son. Thinking that Jhe circle-banded family,! ext net, Lamar is surprised to see the Bed Circle on the hand of a woman In a swiftly moving automobile. Ha manages to gel pie license number. , , . . . Grnnt, a notorious loan shark. Is In Ms vault and a batch of valuable notes ara" stolen. . , .Hastening to rotlfy the police, " hi chauffeur and car to be missing. He reaches the poirce headquarters In a taxlcab. and trlls. Chief of police Alen of his loss. Lamar Is present. As they peskfl the '.''" "f"Iri. in" passlng-he same one that Lamar Is In- rested In. They v&hVh.ir5Sr' occupant has gone. The ' hauT?uI shows a. Mrged' ojder for the '" woman lit bladif slinks l2l?i.a .'" park ana turns her coat in1,?." out' x posing a Atom and hLot " . The wvman In black Is no other than June Travis. At home, she writes letters anSnVmTuMy Informing Grant', clientele of th destruction of the notes. il! her oUwurse.'flnda a Piece of on of the noi!?' ... .ii..i. at the office and shoThlm The fetters the.y jgZ thus freeing thent-from t2M,?Si," A" . . .. . uH.Mnl," HUH Vllll'IIO nw. " i" THIRD INSTALLMENT. ' (Continued from Yesterday.) AAho Eot'uoJrorrTlhe bench the old worrin leaned hcavllrhyoun arm beside her for support. -She fed eg tlouslV toward tho house and then In the onnosllo direction. With tho sam nerv oSrSaVahe Zed into the ihrubbcry mtrUundln them, then sank back onto tho "bench, her lips movlnB as If In silent P'"mafraidrrm afraid." she repeated wejfRjFjr; v. Teii me." "G0il1tnow8i',ve kept tho secret so far -ahe nbver knew nomine about lt-your niothor-and nobody! There isn t any thing you con keep a secret forever Hut if I could 'a' protected vou from It Sff ni awonty year. It was -fltesfflfH1 Juno Kcnt,y pattfnS her wrltWnbands. ,..:.""""- '...rAwHh Mr Travis." Twenty y' ;."'m" u - id x)"i .rk,n laoldly. as If forclnu each word. "I went alonu-1 wai Uw inali It was a tcrriblo rjace. out West S Hi tho" Hays. AnlTtho Place we wSil t" "as a mlnlne town where , thore wS-itolhlnK but shacks and nalooM ; and loUgli-looktiiR men and half-dead look- '"Fenond of the trW Mrs, Ttavls vuV pretty ncur spent, oho ourJUh t to havo been ttuvellm; at such a Urn.-. But she Just would insist ,m comlnu aloTMT. I remember Mr. Travis and m liaU to pretty near carry her into tho place where we were Kolnjr to stay while we were there. It wasn t a reg ular Tiotel the slBn said 'Ciem Saloon. Also i:oonis.' 'Jalto' was the name of t!e man who Kept Jt, and downstairs, when we wont In, was nothinK but a baiTocm all flUetUvlth tobaocp wnoke and smell of hqpor. Trtere was .table with men drinking and gambllnR and thoy stared at us like wo were htranpe anlmoJs. . Jake led the way up the Malrs and Mi, Travis and me put our anna around poor Mte. Iravls and Just 11ft rd her up that rickety staircase ntu tho bedroom on the second floor. Marv-'s eyes stared dully, barl through the mist of twenty years. Ilnr voice laltcred and stopped. "The bedroom on the second floor, lepeatcd June, "and then'' "And thenwe put her to bed, be tween us. Mi. Travis ana mo. He had t Ra down and dreak to some men, on business. Ho had gone out West i n some business about a Kold mlno h was IntereHled In, you know. And tho reason Mrs. Travis went along vis because he Was so ftlck and nervous. sh6 said it would 'a' IMUed lier to stay behind. And then, that afternoon. Mr. Travis and most all the men In tho tewn went into the mountains to see a new gold claim. "They wcie tho roughest looking lot. anr there was one. it big, powerful fe'low, a gambler 'Jim Borden' they railed him." . ,., , .llm Borden!" cried June. "Why'.' "And he was rougher oven than the rst of 'em. but they all minded what he said. They wunt off riding on hoises and mules with packs and guns slung on their baeks and I re member I lifted Mrs. Travis out of bed and Into u rickety, old rocklnr eh air near the window so s he could wive her hand good-by and throw a llnR to Mr. Travis. "Tnat night her little baby wm born I was all alone there and it wnt nwful wlth.her I thought she was dvlng. Aftftt a little while I called Jake and I told him about tho baby. He said it was fine and hod send ono of the boys out to the mine to Mr. Travis with a note and toll him about the good news. "Then. Just as he was going down the stairs ngatn he turned around and said he'd have to make It a dou ble note; because .Tim Borden's wfe bad Just had a baby an hour before and JJm would, want to know, too.: A sharp little breeze that sprang from' nowhere rustled the branches of the trees, and moved the low bushes with a sudden wild touch. The old nurse Jumped to her feet, dragging frantically at June's and. Tho unexpected break In the tension that had held her, tortured the glr!"- nerves. It waV with difficulty -die. stifled tho shriek that rose to her lloo. "It -was Just the wind," -she -heard herself saying as. she pUJled Marv down -on the bench beside her, Jiint the wind, Jt startled me. .And Jako sent the note to "father. and Jim Bor den, you were saying?" "Yes, he sent the note. Oh, tro night -was long! Mrs. Travis was ur- , Kfinncinns. And every minute of tho time when I wasn't trying to bring her to, I waiwea xno iioor wiin tins mite of a .baby of hers trying to save "The nt&t morning early, JU aeens outlaws butslde the town weard thit a big shipment of gold- was In Ilia roadiiouR wailing to.. go puu ,j.ni knew nitni; 'MlC njn worfe ku'ay the rniif. to thw attacUjptl (U-)' :e. I'll never foie;-r .lie inttute I ; or at s4a.ee, l! heard the first firing. Short and sharp m.ostly revolver shot, ','AJl of a sudden, Jake and, another man run out and .started lo gather up the women and chlldron from tVo shacks and bring1 them over to the roadhouse. I watched from the win dow, with the baby In my arms. And, I saw Jake and one of tho miners named Joe, carrying- a woman In wrapper frtfm ono of the shacks n Soor, white thins, sho was and rlfffct ehlnd them ran another woman with a little bundle wrapped in a shawl In her arms. "I could hear the women and child ren herdlnjr, In, In the barroom down stairs. I could hear 'em calling, fright ened, for their husband that wasn t there. Then I heard the doors slam ming; and the bolts shot Into place. And In the midst of It all tho door of the- bedroom flung open and Joe and Jako came In dragging the sick worn, an' between 'cm. " 'This Is Jim Borden's wife,' says Jake to me, 'and here's Mrs. Toole carrying Jim's baby you an' her'll take care of the two slak women and tho babies, won't you? And we said yes.' "Mrs, Toolo put Jim's baby down on the bed next tp Mrs. Travis It was ono of them narrow, no 'count beds and went to fussing over Mrs. Ilorden. And I Just walked the floor with the other baby and prayed. Tho fight wan awful! Kvery now and again some woman downstairs would scream and a child would crp for Its father. Above tho shooting I could hear the men swearing and yelling. 'The women were loading the guns for 'em and helping cm all they could but they weren't like men. (Continued Tomorrow.) Answers Revivalists Who Seek to Convert Him For a Sen sible Sunday. ATLANTIC ClT;y -Dec. 28-Prayer meetings for Mayor Willlarrt Riddle are being held dally in the' 'Young Men's Christian Association and In Hie thir teen Protestant churches which will participate In tho Stough revival cam paign, opening here Sunday. Tho mayor says he appreciates the attention. "Tho fact that so many people are praying for me," ho snld, "Is received by me with humility and gratitude, t never knew before that thev eared 'JOT much for mc." v vJ "For Sensible Sunday." Mayor Riddle was asked If he had been correctly quoted In saying that he was In favor of a "wide open Atlantic City." "I favor a sane but sensible Sunday," he said. "The saloons should .be' al lowed to be open at 1 o'clock- Sunday afternoon. The c.itlx6i' Should havo havo the afternoon. "I have been correctly quoted In some of tho things I have said, but there ha.i been a great deal written that, was false. In one account the word 'hell' and 'nigger' were purposely Interpolated to hurt my good name. "I said I had Just learned to play craps. The negroes who come lntoony office have taught me, and I find It a very interesting game. For 25 Per Cent Good Booze. 'Then my remark about booze being 23 per cent of life was all twisted. I said that life should be 50 per cent homo happiness, 25 per cent music, aud 23 per cent good booze, If your stomach will stand for it. I made that state ment in a public address, but I wish I had said something about good books. Still, I guess they arc Included in home hepplness." "Vhurcli people Identified with the evangelist campaign feel that Mayor Riddle is the chief obstacle to a, sweep ing success. For this reason It has been decided that the mayor must bo con verted at any cost. Race Segregation Is Topic of Address ., i , "The Sex Question and Race Segre gation" was the topic of the opening address of A. H. Orlmke, president of tho American Negro Academy, before tho nineteenth annual meeting of tho organization In the Twelfth street branch of the colored Y. M, C. A. to day. The President's address and the reading of tho reports from the various officers took up most of the morning session. There will be an evei.4ng session, be ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The following addresses are scheduled: "The Message of the Santo Domingo Negro to the Negro Race," by Theophllus O. Stew ard, of Wllberforco University, Ohio: "Negro Citizenship Prior to tho Civil War Historically Considered' by Ia fayette M. Hershaw, and "American Negro Bibliography of the Year," by J. W. Cromwell. Mrs. Craft Will Explain Need of Christianity The third lecture In the popular course for leaders of study-classes and the areneral public, bolnff held under the auspices of the Woman's Inter-denornl-national Missionary Union In the public Library, win be hew Kriuay afternoon at 2 o'clock:, when the lecturer, Mrs. "Wilbur F. Crafts, of the International Reform Bureau, will have for her sud Ject "China." The aim Is to present Christian education as the outstanding agency by which China's need for Christian leader In tho present unprece dented crisis in Iter national lire is to bo tnetj to show the need and oppor tunities of female education;- to show the varied forms of Christian Influence In social reform, and to Indicate the un escapablo obligation - of the Church, of Christ, . , These lectures are Blven the last Friday of each month, the last one will bo held Friday, January 58, when the subject will be "Korea-Japan." To Show Mt. Ranier Films Before Two Local Clubs 1 Motion pictures depleting; tho-beautiful scenery surroundlnjr Mt- Ilanler, In National Park, .were, efchlblted at' the National Press Club last night by T. H. Martin, secretary of the Tacoma. Wash., chamber of commerce. Three reels of tho film were devoted to nn excltlnc race between a passen ger train and automobiles, In which the course lay from Tacoma to ML Ranier. 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Advice on all business and domestic affairs: brings happiness and re moves all troubles; satisfaction ; located lor tha winter J F St.. cor. 7Ui and F N. W. 1JCENHISD. Hours 10 a. m. to o. m. PERSONALS. MRS. ORA FIELD. Magnetic massage, face and scalp treatment. 815 II ST. N. W.. 2D FLOOR. 8CALP TREATMENT, facial treatment, manicuring, hair dyelng-bleachlng. MRS. MAE COHAN, Room 212 Kenols Building. . MISS WELLS Mffi and Scatri Hoursf'vto 8ta 4. 133 O st. N. W. Apartment J. thlr .floor MISS JAMRRON, manicurist and chiropody; hours, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 1212 New York ave. N. W.. second floor. - MT-2. PA IN Manicuring and Scalp-Treat- miss iiimenti 716 7th gt ( w. Anart. 1. Phone Main 7428. MANICURING "peTtment Phone Main 7511. 718 11th st. N. W. - LOUISE MAIER- g5gfii2& i!ourrs.y.A9a tWa ffisa Bldg.. Uth and O ats. M. 8834. "DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist Phone Main 8813. 1233 Pa. ave. tt. W. TU-RA-HE BPECIALS COo healtn herb mis ture 26c: tro-kAs, stop cough. tlckJsb throat. Itw: hair grower pomade, lOo: beauty aawdcr. 10o: admiration perfume. 35c: rare Kalth herbal te. 1723 7th at. N. W t . M-M"l-MiI'l"l"H-I"H- ; DR. R t - L) ,801 17 STRJS.fcT. '.'. The Most Important Advice that I can oner to any man or woman who Is suffering; from anv acute, chronic, or special dl T eaBo Is to take Immedtato step to UISX wkui, out, rsacteria vac cines and all the new serlurng and antl-toxlns administered. BloaX J. tests made. Lahoratory stookeu With everytninjc ine oest in med icines. Over StKyears' practice in 4- treating; Catarrh, Indigestion. 4 Constipation, Piles, Throat, Lain?. llrain, tt.ta.zi, uiooa, ana twin jjlseasos, rheumatism, all sUffoi of Blood Poisoning;. Nervous and Ueneral Debility. Charges Loiv. J. Vledtclties Vurnlshad. Of flue Hours. 4. 10 to 1, 3 to 6. Sundays, .0 to 1 1. 44.i-j-mh4hshh:h:-ih REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES UcCRAY REFRIOERATOH COUPANX. Refrigerators that are uoequaled. ttl F BT. N. W. e Build kb4 Repair ReirlssraUra. ucsirea as goon as poseiDl. CroaUan. Piece work. Will ',.? make from U PD to $JPD. N6 Tr. 10-12 bra. PD, TRADES. '' Pennsylvania. M1-J0. Philadelphia Co. Wanted cabinet makers and helpers. Marrjed or mtf. Itallar.i or any nationality. Cabinet mak srs, W to Uo Pill Helpers lfio to Ko PH. No Tr. 10H hrs. Pp. DOMESTICS. Diatrict of Columbia. M7-1TM. Washington. Ona single woman for Reneral housework, Including cooking, po emlan, Moravian or Scandinavian. flt-M PM and home, according to ability. Tr. adv. ; ISOt. Washington. One single or mar ried woman for general housework. Scotch,' Irjsh or English. 110 PM for womsn. Work cquld be found for husband. Tr. adv. from New Tork. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKINQUEN-A 110 nota looks good to lots of men It they find they buy good grado suits, new and stylish, made by best tailors, but most see what's here at ft to fls. the other man saved. on a slightly used suit, at t, one price. JU8TH-8 OLD STAND, Cl D. Mattresses and Box Spring. SPECIAL Hair and felt mattresses mads nvah snr1 roriAvaiarl all lv tl otilv EAOLE BEDDINQ CO., 130 fthSt.. N, W.' in, n, wiu. REMOVAL NOTICE Mattress renovated and re-made equal to new aa low as IL Called' for and delivered. CAPITOL JJED DINO CO., 441-11 a St. N. W. Ph. M. Till. Papcrhangtag. PAPERHAK0:N0 and painting. C1IAS. 11. HY8AN, tU II st. N. E.. formerly of 204 East Capitol st. Writ or phone Lincoln Z2S er Lincoln 1U0 for estimate. Paints. , BUFFALO A. I O. PAINTS SOLD Bi O. C. LANOLEY PAINT CO.. Kit M St. N, W. Phone West XT. Birds and Animals. JUST RECEIVED singing canaries, parrots, -dogs, cabi, rabbits, guinea pigs, goldfishes, aquariums, and remedies for all kinds ot pets; send for catalogue. Taxidermy In all Its branches. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM. . 711 12th at. N. W. Window Cleaning. HOW ABOUT THOSE DIRTY WINDOWS! CAIIOON ACME WINDOW CLEANINO SERVICE. IZI a BT. N. W. Main ?1S. Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE- (fully cleaned ; rugs woven from old carpeia, Mattresses renovated. Estimates' furnished. ALUERT KAHLERT & CO.. Si: U St. ti. W. u. vat. Umbrellas and 'Parasols. UMURELLAS PAHAtfOUi Re-covered, repalted, made In order; ladles' awn malarial made up. HUUEL. Ti! Uth n. FOR SALE MiSCELLAJ.E0US eltfALL PRINTING PRESS endiiu!nioenL MRS. A. C. HINDS. HW Columbia road 1 THREE-PIECE PARLOR SUIT. 110. worth IS; morris chair, 22.1.0; Iientwood chairs, 140. cost price; Jardlnlers from lOo tu CJc; rugs. 9x12, 14 H; sideboards. H.V). 1011 tth st.N. XV. LET US ESTIMATE on cleaning and repair ing our typewriter; all work guaranteed. We also- Lur and sell second-hai.d machines .lon'.commlsalan, give us a. trial ' Call M. iM "WnirER REPAIR CO.. ir V st, N. ,v. hu.vm .ci , ivc. ii tinnAU XAJCI-- USED PIANOS. -. $400 used Bradbury upright. .,SS . 1M 3200 used Nenton umicht USfcD PLAYERS. $350 used Kurtzmsnn tdayer $550 used Kryder player , ., 3(00 used Armstrong Dlsier 30) 374 SM 27i 3700 used Stuytesant Pianola JUELG PIANO CO., 13th and O N. W. We Rent Reliable Underwood Typewriters. 32.50 Per Month. Other machines at proportionately low rates. GENERAL TYPEWRITER CO. 118 ltth st. N. W. Phone IL W94. DON'T WASTE TIME writing by hano. renting an UNDERWOOD aud using It Jo your corrcspondenca means special attention paid to vour letters. "The machine lou lll aVentuaUy buy." UNDERWOOD TVPE- VV11E.H JJ.. UCOt K St. N. W. THE REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO: tINCi. 717 12th st. N. W. Main (534. Buy. sell, rent and repair typewriters. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. PUBLIC NOTICE Conrad II. S me, James Frauds Smith, Attorney. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS T1UCT OH COLUMBIA. HOLDING A 1J1S TJ11CT CODRT,-ln re. Uhe widening of Minnesota, avenue northeast, from Bennlng road to Uault place, in the District of Co lumbia. District Court, No. W4!. Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of the District of Columbia (pursuant to a certain provision of tho Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1913, entitled. "An Act making ap propriations for the expenses of the govern ment of the District ot Columbia, ior the fiscal ear ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other pur pses," whereby .they are uuthorlted to open, extend or widen1 any street, avenue, oad or mgnway io coniorm with the plan of the permanent system of hlghwavs lu that por tion or. tha District of Columbia outside of the, cities of Washington and Georgetown, adopted' under the Act of Cougresa approved March 2. 1833. aa umendrrl l.v ih Ant r.t vCorlgress approved June 28, 1398, by con- ttBuiiwiiua upaer ine provisions or subchap ter one of chapter fifteen of the Code of Law of the District of Columbia,) have tiled a pe tition In this ceurt praying the condemnation of the land necessary tor the widening of Minnesota avenue northeast, from Bennlng road to Gault Dlaer. in th ni.tpi-, , ivx. ;lumb!a, as shown qn a plat or map tiled w ith luo sitiu tisiuiuu, am part inercoi, and pray ing also that a jury of Ave Judicious, ex perlenced, disinterested men. vho shall fce freeholders within the District of Columbia, not related to any person Interested in these proceedings, and not In the service or em ployment of the District of Columbia or ot the United States, be summoned by tho United States marshal for the District of Columbia to assess the damages each-owner of land to be taken may aUstaln by reason of the :sald widening of Minnesota avenue. as- atoreiald. In the District of Columoia, and the condemnation of the laud necessary for the purposes thereof, and to assess as benefits resulting therefrom the entire amount of said damaitee. including th. ... senses of these "proceedings upon any 1-iuJs which the Jury may find will be benedted. aa provided for In and by the aforesaid Act of Congress. It Is, by the Court, this 17th day of December, A. D. 1516, ORDERED, That all persons having any Interest In tlioie proceedings be, and they are hereby warned and commanded to appear In this Court on or before the 14th day of January, A. XT. 1916, at ten o'clock a. m and continue in attend ance until the court shall have mado Its final order ratifying and confirming the award of damages and the. assessment of benefits .of the Jury .tp be empaneled and sworn herelni and it Is further ORDERED, That a copy of this notice and order be pub lished .twlcea, week for three successive weeks In the' Washington Evening Star, tha "Washington Post, and The Washington Times, newspapers published in the said District, commencing at least twenty days before the aald Uth- day of January, A. D. 1918. It Is further ORDERED. That a copy of this notice and order be served by thn United States marshal, or hli ilnutli. upon each of the owners of the fee of the land to be condemned herein, and upon the tenants and occupants of the same, as my be found by the said marshal, or hs depu, ties, within the District ot Columbia before the said Mth day of January, A D 1916. By tho court, f . i,. aiuuunit, justice. (H(al.i A true copy. iwi. j. iv. i uu.mi, ""Jier.c, yy F. B. CU.NNINOHAM. Assistant Clerk. MASSAGE ANNA B. JOHNSON, 1(14 Uth St. N. W. Maassge, all branches: rhsumatism, uooi circulation; nervousness, appolutnitnts M.tlta, DEATHS r " 1 : r fa, ., i - liiwivij-un Hunday, December M. HIS, at MJ o'clock a. m CLARA K, EMERY, widow of the late Oen. S. B. Hentle; dnugh Iff"1 ,ho Matthew ault and Juliet Wenion Emery. Kuneral services at 1ier lale residence. 7 itr'et. "arthwest. Wednesday. December . at 1 o'clock. Interment private. IN MEM0RIAM ,T21 Htu Itn' PTose or poetry, lo ease no ior each line in axe s of tea.) Vital Records Birlha. i'fR!?ln? Violet Turner, boy. fi22&& -? fwa II. Crrls Harry E. and it.Twf.-"" .?" es v. aAfi MBMrat ., imi.l ,., wn?.i',"n'1 Jiel"6 McDonnell, alrlf Xh5UiM: "?.". Watklns, boy. John E and Carollno. P. IJell. boy. Lewis A. and Martha T. Asblon, boy. "h1.?. I1' an.a. iil,uS E- Hmltit, girl, acharlck and Mary C. Carrlck. girl Ren and Frances Turl. boy. 1! William and Pauline Folden, JlH. James and Mattle Slmp'son. boy. Edward II. and Daisy O, Hurke, boy. Charles and Fannie O. West, boy Eugena and Mary .Brlttenham, girl, Clarence and Mary Green, girl. Herman and Ccleatlne Urannum, girl. Samuel N, and Mary L. Delaney, boy. Harry E. and Llzsle V. Johnson, boy. Marriage Licenses. Charles A Brown "and Nannie R, Pearson, .both of Richmond, Va. i. Milton Baum and Celesta Goodman. Clyde D. Luckado, Sunny Side, .Va., and, Ed monJa, C. Uracr. Charlntfvnii v. w.l.1.,!"nl, InTm fnPb" and Carolina Ma tilda Rennlnr 1 irtln James R. Clark and.Goldlo nedman. Jatncs II. Wilson, J'tiUadelphla, and Mary E. VltlllV ravllltt ... Moses Murray and mile L Judge. Deaths. Julia McKeever. 81 years. 1223 R street south vast. Agntsa D. Adams, 76 years. Ul riorlda avenuo northwest, Hannah Josephine Varncy, 'TI years, West tuotoland apurtment.. John it. Niciiuls, "w years, Georgetown Unl vurmtyiioi)itul. Tbeoplnlcrs joiuinon, 9 years, 1713 Newton strbt nortliwttt. Mary E. Cady. tu years, 1235 Maryland avenue jtoruicajii, Lillian Wggln, id years. The Buqklnghaai apartment. Alexander Lenlcor, Zi years. United States rJoldters' Home Hospital. Edward U. Manp, M jears, 43 Randolph street northwest. Mary Gatti, M years. Government Hospital lor the Insane. Intant of Marsha and George Stewart, 1 day, CM Virginia avenue edutheast. Dorothy Ukawoii, l day, 7tw Jb' street south west. Mary M. Tolson, 7 ears, Providence Hos pital. Helen L. Grimes, 19 years, 2i24 Georgia ave nue northwest. llanmer D. , Weaver, 71 years, 125 F street northwest Edward liuggarty, 44 yearai Emergency Hos pital. James L, Aspril. 4S years. Government Hos pital for tho Insane. Henry Parker. U years. Freedmen's Hospl ul. WlllUm It, Patton, 25 years. Tuberculosis Hospital. , Mary Vox, 33 years, Washington Asylum. Hospital. Robert Strothcrs, 43 years, Georgetown Uni versity Hospital. Infant of Lavlna and John Swan. 1 day, 433 V 'street -northwats. lilwunl U, Ic. 13 , J ears. 233 Cliamplaln " 'street northwest. Goorglana" Stone. X years, Clia Carrolbnre street southwest. llenjamln Uevcrly, 50 years, Freedmen s Hoi- John ii. Allen, 28 years. Tuberculosis Hos pital. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS t every description moderate price. OUDE. mi F at. N. W UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A LIVERT. 323 Pa. avt. N. W. Telephone M. 1355. WASHINGTON. D. C WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid tor worn cloth ing; either ladles or men's: send postal; will call. ii. TARSHE.8. UfH 7th au A. W. Phone North 4 1 WANTED Furniture, planes, carpets, eta. Phone M. 12S3 for wagon, or have us calL "WKSCHLeiVB." 920 Pa. ave. N. W. WANTED Furniture for caan. Sell rout goods to the maa who gives tha most money, bee HO 1 "WOOD. 8th and K. I WANTED 500 feather beds by January 1st. 11I. Square Deal Furniture Co.. (01 Eye St. N. W. Ph. M. 636. Best prices guaranteed. PUBLIC NOTICE Coirnl II, Sytuc, Jnntea Kronrla Smith, Attornrva. IN THE SUPREME COLRT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA, HOLDING A DIS TRICT COURT.-In re; Condemnation Ot land for small parks- In squares 5374, 5573. west of 393, J003, 9J4. 237. ITU. 1503. 1554, &551t and 4.47, In the District of Columbia. District Court, No. 1257 Notice Is hereby given thut the Comiplsaloners of the District of Columbia (pursuant to certain provbii.ns of the Act ot Congress, approved March 4, 1313. entitled, "An Act maklnc anurourla.. tlons to provide for the expenses of 'tile gov ernment ot the District of Columbia for the fiscal vear ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other pur posvs," under the caption "Small Parks," have filed a petition in this court pravlng the condemnation of the land necessary lor park purposes In squares 5574, bounded by Minnesota avenue and Twenty-second street east, and Q street south, west of ?923, bounded by Michigan avenue, Randolph street, and Twelfth street cast, squaro SUV), bounded by Ninth street west, Gallatin street, and Illinois avenue, iquare l"4, bounded by Thirteenth street west, Emerson street, and Arkansas avenue, square 1.7, bounded by Georgia avenue, Farragut street, and Arkansas avenue; square 1725, Bounded by Van Ness street and Forty-second ctreet west, and Nebraska avenue, square 1353, bounded by Thirty-eighth street east, Hunt ington street and Reno road, tquaro IbM. bounded by Thirty-ninth strtet east, Jeni fer atreet and Reno road, square t,55l, bound ed by O street south. Twenty-eighth Mrojt east, and Pennsylvania avenue, square 4317. bounded by Twenty-fourth street east. South Dakota avenue, and Rhode Island avenue, lu the District of Columbia, as shown on plats or maps filed with the said petition, un part thereof, and praying also that a Jury of five Judicious, experienced, disinterested men, who shall be freeholders within the District of Columbia, not related to any person In terested In these proceedings, and not in the service or employment of the District of Columbia or of the United States, bo turn moned by the United States marshal for the District ot .oiumui& io assess mo oamuzes each owner ot land to be taken may sustain by reason of the condemnation of the laud necessary for the said park purposes, In the squares aforesaid, and to assess as benefits resulting therefrom not less than one-half of the amount of said damages. Including the expenses ot these proceedings, upon the lots, nieces and parcels of land which the Jury maynna will uy uvuvmcu uy ma amu uarKS, as provided for In and by tho aforesaid Act of CongrcsC It Is, by the Court, this 17th day of December, A. D. 1915, ORDERED, That all persons having any Interest In those proceedings be, and. thsy are .hereby, warned and "commanded ,.tz. appear In this court on or before the ltth day of January, A, D 1918, ,at teu o'clock a. tn and continue In attend ance until the court shall have made its final order ratifying and confirming the award of damages and the assessment of benefits by the Jury to be empaneled and svvorh herein, and It Is further ORDERED, That a Copy of this notice and order be published twice a week for three successive weeks In the Washington Evening Star, Tha Washington Times, and the Washington Herald, newspapers published In the said District, commencing at least twenty days before the said ltth day of January, A. D. 1910. It Is further ORDERED. That a iopy of this notice and order be served by the t'plted States marshal, or his deputies, upon each of tha owners' of the fee or the land io be condemned herein, ami upon the ten anta.and ocpujpants of tho same, as may ne lounil U) ine um innrniini. ur fun Q.a IWfH, within the Dlstrlit of Columbia, before the said llth day ot .lanuarj a I 1915 lly the Court, F U MUDO.SS. Justice (Seal ) A true topy- T'st J It YOUNG, clerk. By r. E. CUNNINGHAM. AsiUtani Clark. "aw. Jr.. boy. irirr ti' ""? "onarcnina Julseppe. ber. ri S?. and Cecelia .O, ValentlneT girl! H.rVVJ,i,nd lh "I'na'willlinlson. gbl. Harry and Jennie liuhin -ii ' " uiiri Spec-aJ v IMotJces COAL! CQALH COALU1 Wa share (h proflu with the lonsumer. Phone your order North im. Profit Sharing Coal Co.. KtKirr, n. w. COAL 1IE8T gUALlTY. ANY QUANTITY. 5QcDiscount & UUIL.U1NU SUPPLIES. C. M. DWARDS, ITU ST. N. W. PHONK N. ta 8AV? MONEY ON YOUR COAL-Tha best CIUtR?.VAhK? ASPS. ?" K8ERX i- 1505-7 sh.rin.'n .. "i'r " tJtnce anu yar.i w wisrman .ve. ph. day ornlxat. coi.'-onf vZ?yJmnia; Law. SStjco 1.1 KrV gtve'thaf'th0.1 a Dlrec?or2.ll.hn ComP"y tot the election of buSS".'or J.h" 5" ttT :h other ing Will iT h.i.. .I""".111 oerora tha meet sSfh Hr,i 5? S.e d " i.h 0,nc8 of " Company. onee:.W.''.iVa.hlngton,.Dr4: ufer sciiai st trom u rciock m- Tr"EfANhNUiA.L' MECTtNO " " stockhMa ers of the Washington Railway A EleptMo Company for the purpose ot electing a 5oaVd of Directors to aervo for the ensuing yearand l?li-rSSf-V!f,ch .$" bulnes. aa may prop thim ?'" ,hB mnUn'- Wl" bo held it, tha office- of the company, 14th and C street N. W Washington, D. o on Saturday. January 15, 1918. at 12;0O o'ciock" ntSri. ri.?onn5!"?n ,tbfwh. tho booka for the J ?KfeL.f ,UKk .1 said .company tpurauant to the by-taws) will be closed from the cluee or business on December 3L lii, to tha opening of business on January (, 1918. 1 S. R. ROWEN. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETINO'df the atockhold f.0' ,h, city Suburban Railway of Washington for the purpose of electing a - I, " ntuictai jrt iu u uireviors to serve tor tno ensuing year and to transact such other business is may properly come before the -meeting, vrtl be held at the otflco of the Company, 14tU and C Streets N. W., Washington, D, C, on haturday, January 15, me, at 12:00 o'clock, noon. In connection therewith, theVooks for the transfer of stock of said company (pursuant to the by-laws) will be closed from the close of business on December 31, 1915, to the open ing of business on January 8, '916. 1 8. It. BOWEN. Secretary., 'HE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the Georgetown A Tcnnallytown Railway Company for the purpose of electing a Hoard of Directors to serve for the ensuing itar and to transact such other business as may prop erly come before the meeting, will b held at the office of the company, ltth and C Streets N. W.. Washington, D. C. on Saturday. January IS, 1918, at 12:00 o'clock, noon. In connection therewith, the books for the transfer of stock of said company (pursuant to the by-laws) will be closed from the close of business on December 31. 1915. to tho opening of business nn January 6. 191$. l B. It. iiowen, secretary. AUCTION SALES Thos. J. Ovsen & Soon, Ant-tloaepra TRUSTEES' BALE OF VaLuaoi.l. n,.t'i, ESTATE, BEINO PREMISES NO. 241'" FOURTH STREET. N. E. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded in Liber No. S52L folio 458, land records 6f District of Columbia, and at request 'Of party secured thereby, undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. In front of premises. DECEMBER TWENTY-SEVENTH. 1915. AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.. the fol lowing described land and premlsea In the District of Columbia. Lot No. 33 lu the Thrift Building Company's subdivision of lots In block No. 20, "Center Ecklngton," as per plat recorded In tho Office of the fiuryev or for the District of ColumblaMn Liber 53 at folio SO. Terms of sale: Sold subject to a Trior deed of trust for 32.100. and the amount over and above said trust to be paid In cash. A de posit of 3100 required at time of sale. Con veyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to bo compiled wits, within fifteen days from sale, otherwise tttaw tees reserve the right to resell the propertj at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, alter five days' advertlement In some news IMiper published in Washington. D. C. BRUCE CLEVELAND,, HARRY K. H033. The'abbve sale Is postponed until Thursday December 30th, 1915, same hour and place By order of tha Trustees. - FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. FOR RENT- , In the heart of tha city. "15 II st. S "A a modern new house of 13 rooms and I baths. Very handsomely papered, gas and electric lights, hot-water heat, kitchen and bath rooms covered with best quality of linoleum will lease to good tenant for 355 per month Apply to P. J. NEE. 7th and H Sts. K. W. FOR GOOD COLORED TENANT. 41 S BT. N. E.. Urge rooms, bath, pan try, newly papered, new cook stove, new gas range and hot-water heater. Only 31S-0. J. C. WEEDON A CO.. SME.Capltol.J. -w ot- v tr 49ii7ivA-rrMvnv brick: all mod ern improvements; good neighborhood; 315.50 per month. -- FOUR-ROOM IIOUBES. S74 Florida ave N W 313, and 2143 10th st, . N. W.. OlM water, gas: white tennanU. Key 91 W N. W h BT, 8. E . 608-81X rooms and bath; rent 320.50. Call on owner. 1003 Eye sL s APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. NEAR LINCOLN PARK Choice E rooms. bath, f urVuTce. 320.50. H. C. COLERIDER CO.. 130S A St. S. B. 1 FOR SALE HOUSES A COMPLETE LITTLE HOME. THE BEST XMAS PRESENT YOU COULD BUY FOR YOURSELF. Take part ot this year's Xroaa money anl make a first payment on one of those DE LIGHTFUL LITTLE HOMES one and ons halt square, ftm pAjm On 1H st. N. E.. bet. North Carolina ave and C st. One of the most beautiful loca tions In the city. rooms, tile bath, large lot. porch. All modern Improvements. Only 1100 cash and balance like rent, 321.51 Der month. Including Interest and principal. PRICE, $2,250. Open dally and Sunday until 9 p. Tl SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BE YOUR OWN INDLORD on 31(3 cash and 315 mouth, at CHEVY CHASE. For full psrtlculara dros postal.' telephone Or call on WM, H. RITCHIE. 317 Colomdo Bldg Tl. It. 533L For Rent. COTTAGE, Mt. KainierJ," Half acre; newly papered. 203 13th N. E umiMtr WANIhO & TO LOAN BUILDING LOANb AND tSKl.O.ND HtUHT. Money lo loan at ( per cent on District Real Estate. Any amount from 3.00 to 35.001 en first or second trust. In stialKht note sr monthly payments. Takss only three days to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1413 O BT. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN-3250 to 3500,000 on D, CL real estate. Several trust funds. 4V4 to per cent All transactions conducted wltt) economical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building, 307 15th st. N. W MONEY TO LOAN on real estate) leweat rates; prior payment privileges: large amounts TYLER A RUTH KRFOP.D. 721 Mt. AUTOMOBILES USED CARS Free, four months' trial by our special plan. All tpes and models. Spe cial bargains. ftuS Maxwell runabout; good running order. 3(5, MILLER BROS . (1 Pietce at N. -K 1 1915 FORD, Streamline, nearly new, lion, MILLER BROS., Autqmobllo and Suui'lv House. 1st and Pierce, st. N E ' For Hire. MAIN 7151 Day or .Night. 12 blocks 50c. City proper. 75c tl to 33,'htuT FIVE-PASSENGER touring cars. hour; special rates for shopping. PHONE -WEST lfi. 31 PUT