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7T& "'"tr-vwimm r THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1915. 13 THE RED CIRCLE By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE. Author of "The Fighter," "Caleb Conover," "Syria Prom the BaddU," Kto. Novelised from the Pathe Photo Play of the. Same Name by Will M. Rltchoy. (Copyrlght.lllS, by Albert Payson Terhune.) (Synopsis of Previous Installments.) Max Lamar, crime specialist, receive a note from Chief of Police Allen In forming him of the release of -"Circle" Jim Borden, a notorious criminal, und asking him to keep a lookout for the men and hie future activities. 'J he name "Circle" come from the hereditary "led circle" which appear on the right hand In each generation of the Bordens. June Travie and her mother, tcreted lu the reform of ex-convlcti, are awaiting Borden' release, llorden rifue their aid, and I about to atrlke the persistent June, when Lamar come up and deter him. , Borden s eon Ted, a good-for-nothing, lose hi poiltlon, and, dtaperate for want f money, I about to ileal a mat)' watch, when his father come upon hltn and pull him away; the man raltln; a cry of thief. Pursued by a (large crowd, Lamar among them, Borden and hi hon reach a aeeret passageway to hi room. 1-a-mar learn from a boy playing- nearby IU exact location, and, sending the id for aid, itarta through the subterranean way. Old Borden, brooding over the degra dation of his son, seal the room In which the boy Is asleep and turn on the gns. Umar reaches the room, but hi revolver Is wrested from him by Borden, who tell Lamar he will annihilate the Borden family arter he ha killed the detects . Lamar escape death at the hand of the fanatical Borden by the timely arrival of the police. Borden kill himself. The ga ha asphyxiated the son. Thinking that the circle-banded family la extinct, Lamar 1 surprised to see the Red Circle en the hand of a woman In a swiftly moving automobile, lie manage to gel the license number. Grant, a notorious loan shark. I locked In hi vault and a batch of valuable note are stolen. Hastening to rotlfy the police, he find Ms chauffeur and car to be missing. He reaches the police headquarter In a taxlcab. and trll Chief of Police Allen of his loss. Lamar Is present. ,, A they apeakf! the missing car la seen passing the same one that Lamar Is In terested In. They overtake the rar, but occupant ha gone. The i-hauffeur how a forged order for the car. The woman In black allnka Into a nearby park ana turn her coat lnld out, ex posing . dress and hat of white. The woman In black 1 no other than June Travis. At home. he write letter anonymously Informing Grant' clientele ef th destruction of the notes. Mary, her old nune, flnda a piece of one of the notes. ' Drant'a client torm the office and how him the letter they have received thu freeing them from all obligation to him. Mary confront June with the not. June confee what she ha done to Mary and the old servant la overcome. The girl' tatement about the rd circle cause the nurse to give an exclamat on that arouse June' curiosity and he in tst that Mary tell her all he know. Mary began the recital of a wild nlWt In a Western mining camp when June wa but a fewdays old (Continued from Yesterday.) "The shooting lasted all morning- our men were getting near the end of their bullets and their strength: and Slim Bob,' the head of the outla-ws, was firing at the saloon door that near was he when he heard a shot from a different direction and we saw 8llm Bob' duck and dodge away, linking alongside a high wood fence; and at the same time one of the three men that was carrying a big timber that they were going to use to batter In the saloon door, dropped dead fn his tracks! "Away off In the road at the edge of tho town wo saw galloping horses, and then men scrambling of "horses' backs and running toward, us. They was the men back from the mines! They fired as they ran and the out laws turned tall, trying to escape- all except a few 'Slim Bob' was one i of 'em. I saw Mr. Travis make for him and then I made up my mind I'd go downstairs and call Mr. Travis to come straight up to his poor, uncon scious wife. "On the table was Mrs. Travis' open grip, just as I'd left It when the baby was born. It had a lot of soft, white, woolly things In It. So I laid the baby on them when I ran downstairs It was safer than the bed. It was safer than the bed I thought It was safer than the bed," she repeated Incoherently. "Mary Mary!" June shook her slightly. "Don't forget any of It now yon mustn't; do you hear? You mustn't' You left oft where you went downstairs." "And when I was going out of the room," continued the old woman, talk ing as If she were In a trance, "Mrs. Borden must 'a' heard her Jim's voice downstairs, 'cause she klnda tried to pull up out of the chair and then when I was halfway down the steps I heard a shot and something falling. ' Downstairs, in the barroom It was nil shouting men, with women crying on their shoulders and little children hanging fritntened to their mothers. And I heard big Jim Borden asking Jake about his missus and then Jumping up the steps three at a time with a look like the smile of heaven on his stone-cut face. "But in all the crowd I couldn't see Mr. Travli. and I began to be afiald, thinking of that woman who loved him ho. laying unconscious In bed upstairs and tho baby. So, when no one was looking. I ran out on the street and there I found him Mr. Travis shot through the heart1" "My father! My own poor father, who never even held mo In his arms," murmured June, her eyes filling with tears "I don't know how long I was there beside him on mv knees." the nurse went on. wining her eves. "I remember while I was there 1 heard some one come out. heavy, on the porch pf the road house and kind of stacger across the road. He must 'a' Passed close, because It seemed to me I heard the weak, little wall of a newborn child. But I didn't notice much Just then. "I lust wandered back Into the saloon like I was In a nightmare, and stumbled up th steps, falling over mv skirts and nicking myself up. until I got Into the bedroom. There. In the middle of the .bedroom, hanging over the table, with her eyeg glassy starlne: and her chin dropped, was Jim Borden's wife dead! Over in the bed laid Mrs. TravlB, still unconscious, with a babv beside her." June slipped acraln to her knees beside Mary, her eyes fixed on the old woman's face, her hands so tlchtly clasped that the knuckles were white and livid. "It was hours before I got the strength to get up from the chair again. It was only when I remembered how queer It was that the babv In the grip didn't crv that I Jumped up sudden and went to get It. It was gone! The grin was emntv. There was nothing but the dcrtt Its little body had made In the soft, woolly things and oVer on the bed wait tho other one Jim Borden's a girl It was. and ours had been a boy." Her voice broke off with a sudden drv gurgle In her throat. As June shrank away from her a dawning horror. In her eyes she stretched out two worn, trem bling hands In an effort to draw the girl back. "You see. It must have been like this: Jim Borden had leaped Into that room with his heart all burstinir with love an pride, and he found his wife dead before him, lying near the babv In the irrlp. and, looking over he saw the other wom an on the bed wit) her baby beside her. He took the babv he thought was his own and went awav where, no one knew and I never found out till too late " Kor a moment t'tere was n silence more compelling than homihI.. Suilrlpnlv. Hinging her arms wide, June cried hjs terlrally: "What does II mean? Don't ntnnl there. Go on' in on' What are jou trying lo make .Tin bellevr""' 'i did as I thougnt best at the time," Mary went on tonelessly, weary In heart and body from Mie purgatory ordeal. "Mr. Travis was dead. When Mrs. Travis came to, what could I tell her. A baby was there. No ono but me knew It wasn't hers. Jt would 'a killed her to tell her. I never told. She didn't know she doesn't know no one knows." "And I I am " Juno gasped out the words. Mary looked steadily Into her terrified eyes and gripped her hands firmly. "On the back of Jim Borden's right hand," alio said heavily, "there was a queer Red Circle they called him 'Cir cle' Jim out thero. Just, as later, they " "No! No! I don't believe ItI'm not I'm not " June crumpled Into a sob bing heap at Mary's feet. Very gently the old woman lifted her and held her close. "You are Jim Borden's daughter!" she declared with a solemnity that brooked no dispute. "Marked with the crime curse. But we must guard the secret. 8he must never know' She motioned vaguely toward the house. With great fear and hesitation June raised her eyes. They fell on tho stately home, the beautiful goods all that she had felt, up to now, was her legitimate portion In life. An Impostor! Low born! Stigmatized for life with the Red Circle of crime! It was too hor ribletoo unreal! It numbed her very soul. Sho clung to the arm of the older woman with a helplessness and despair that was pitiful, and allowed herself to bo led up the path toward the house. ef K"'K m Keep me secret, aren't we. Iamb?" Mary was saylrg. "Nobody knows nobody will evsr neeu to Know. Ana men " "Look I" June broke in with grt agitation. "That mail standing on the walk, staring up at the house!" (Continued Tomorrow.) D. c. ITTersbefore Resolutions opposing tho proposed transfer of tho admlnlstr.it Inn nf hn schools from the Board of Education to the Commissioners were adopted at a meeting of tho North Car-ltol and Kck Ington Citizens' Association last nlgnt. A. Coulter Wells, author or the resolu tion, said that beforn miik-lntr nnv mh drastic change, residents of tho District snouid De allowed bv vote to express their opinion concernlrtg It. A report on the resolution will be sub mitted by the executive committee at the nest meeting. TIlA mmnnflntlrtn araa, -.. a ,. - --.m.j,i ncm uii irtoni us in dorsing the efforts of tho Retail Mer- j . ,-rta-ciui!on ip prevent ".fa He" idvertlsInK. JlP&ollltlnna f nt i-i.1ii.a.. l... Tff.ti. wero adopted urging the onactment by -..TOy. au.ui.ui.iumnK tne opera tion of "fake" auction houses in the District. On nn atntnilm.nt ner.....i t... ir r. - -- ...... .u.., b,iL , uHnpu u.v jj. r. ?5?.,nam- a. ""olutlon advocating pro hibition In the District wus referred to ii.i uAttuuve committee ror report at tho next meeting. The committee on streets, sidewalks, and lights -was directed to take up with the Commissioners tlie repair ol the sldewullc on the noitheast corner of Rhode Island avenue and Lincoln road nnd the resurfijlng of R utrcet from Florida avenue northwest to Third street northeari. Selden M. Ely sugtresled that the surface dWlslas, of the District En gineer Department be urged to make nrQ.m.Pt rexslrs where excavations have been mads for sewer and water im provements Danjrcrous conditions, he said, are created by such holes. It was announced that Edward F. Coiladav. Kresldcnt of the Federation Of Citizens' Associations, will address the association at Its January meeting on tho nuestlon of electing fc. delegate to the federation. Funerals Francis X Costcllo. Funeral services for Francis Xavle. Costello, who died Monday, were held today at the residence, 919 Fourth street northeast. Interment was made In Su Mary's Cemetery. Frederick M. Dawes. Funeral services for Frederick M. Dawes, who died Monday at his resi dence, 1417 Duncan Btreet northeast, will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at Cal vary Episcopal i hurch, Eleventh and Q streets northeast. Mrs. Julia McKeever. Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Mc Keever. who AirA Mnnrfnv nl hoi- nil. dence, 1225 R atreet, aged eighty nrtA x'onro will Vtn Visa 1,4 -.-. .-. ,-.., dence. 122d R atreet, aged eighty- one years, will be held tomorrow! at Holy Comforter Church. where ' at Holy Comforter Church. where ' requiem mass jvlll be celebrated at i n'.al,lr Intnrmant a.ll Ku a-a.,.1.. .. a. .. ...... a. ...a a.iv. ,,(. a. ... w .null Baltimore. at IMrs. Rose A. Quigley. Funeral services for Mrs. Roe A. QulRley, who cited Monday, will be held at the residence. 13S F street southeaat, tomorrow at 8:30 o'clock, thence to SI. Peter's Church, where requiem mass will be celebrated at ! o'clock. Inter ment will be made In Mt. Olivet Ceme tery. William W. Smith. Funeral servlc.s for William W. Smith, who died In Philadelphia on Mon day, will be held at St. John's Bantlat Church. Arlington, tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Richard J. Ward. j Funeral services 'or Richard J. "Ward, a former machinist in the Washington' Navy Yard, who died Sunday, wore held tit flt. .Tnlln'a Ttf nnncttna... TlnliUn.. , day. He Is survived by' his wldow'and two daughters. Charles E. Bcrnhard. Funeral services for Chatles T3. Bern hard, who tiled Monday, will he held at the residence. 917 D street northweet to morrow at 2 o'clock. Thomas J. Sheehan. Funeral services lor Thomas J. Shee han. known In religion as Brother Do sttheus, who died yesterday In Balti more, will be held at Ammendale. Md.. tomorrow, at 9:30 o'clock. Allen E. Hill. Funeral services for Allen K. Hill, who uiea -Ai chapel morrow will Marion K. Catter. Fiiiiprul service.-: for Mnrlon K rr trr. ison nf John I nml A l uniiu n ter who illrd xesterdny. will l hoM -. iiif mum ,m uirniu.v, Will ll I1PI( 'V' '"'I ".V.. , "". mr.v' '"' .'"Hr: e rt-slflencp -t Ills parentH. Ml Four. ''.Z.J1 . ".".'"" """r.'.. "rrn ill . CITIZENS MEETING '0.li-5'w".1 ',e nela al the WrlKht, 'V.-Jj -i'"K"- uppy. near Mas. ae. and . Iw3i Tenth street northwest, to-' a"1" ' blue and gray suiter and iv at 3 o'clock. Private Interment name. Iteward If returned to 706. The Al. be made In Olenwood Cemetery. I Dfl"r"1' "'" ana T .- ! ,K ":....?ie.,a wm ue maae lniOrra Return to Cashier. Hotel, and re UlenwouU Cemetery. .LABOR LEGISLATION BODY HEARS GORGAS Eminent American Authorities Speak On Industrial Hygiene and Sanitation. Willi William C aortas, Surgeon General, V, S. A., In the chair, the dele, gales to tho American Association for I..abor Legislation this afternoon heard addresses on lndustilal hygiene nnd sanitation. David L. Edsall, of Harvard Medical BcTlool, and Manserbo Cadis, professor of hygleno In the Medical' Scnool of Chile, talked on "Dangerous Trades and tho Bearl'igs of Industry Upon Medi cine." ' Owen R. LoveJny, general secretary national child labor committee, nnd V. Guevara Rojas, University of Caracas, Venezuela, poko on "Child Labor," "Legal Piotectlon of Female Wago Earners wus to bo discussed by John B. Andrews, secretary of the American Association for Labor Legislation, nnd "tactory Sanitation" was the topic as- nrnrrl .-.f hrnltl, n.1 rn..i- ci. -i. u- ..v..,.., ,,,.u vuhuo muibL'u, yiu- ivoBur 01 inauHirmi cnemistry, unlvcr- 0h? Ui IIIIIO. Election of officers yesterday aftcr- norn rnRiiltrtl In Mia nk.niA . -n Irving Fisher, of Yale, as prejldoi.t. to o..vii.cv:u ur. jinny ji. Bcager, or L.O- lllmblfl. rPnlfTtlArl T Qnnn-An .. ..,... cd vice president, and others elected to that office wcio Ptesldont Wilson, dnno Addams. Louis D. Iirandels, William H. Chllds. J. Llonberger Dais, Robert Do Forest, Morton D. Hull. Felix M. Warburg, Theodore Mat but g. and Ste phen S. Wise. John R. Anilrxu-n nf Mm.. Vn.i, ....... re-elected serretary, and Irene Osgood . : i """ ,lu'Pn i.ewisnon, uotli of New Yprk. were re-elected assistant ccretary and treasurer, respectively. The new seaman's law, which became operatlvo last November, was praised and defended before the session late yesterday. Prof. H. U Farnham, of laic, said the numbor of lives lost on water had gone up appreciably and declared: "The leading thought of tho seaman's act is that It lays stress on the humnn element ns distinguished rrom mechanical contrivances." William B. Wilson, Secretary or La bor, presided. Other speakers were An drew Furuseth. president of the In ternational Seaman's mion of Amer Ica; Frederick L. Hoffman, statistician of the Prudential Insurance Company. SU! TScrnnr.d, Bk"-. of Baltimore and Ldwln H. Duft. of Washington, rep- Asonci ti" th Amerlcan Steamship Realty Transfers i.?rnwi JI"a",p"n,re aenue northwst- lim -t i,T ?a'Tr et IU- "" William A. I. ".-. .to namond Toiilinln. lot II, square 171, (10 (stamps tKO. w-r9r. C Hcnr "l "" l Kdwrd Iienr. lot 11? mh.,. r.tn. a Mt Pleasant llyman Dlener et ux. to Harry """" nu jonn II cnaney. lot 151. equare MS8, 10 tstamps 50 cental. l:S ..a .,,r"l northeast -Marv Feeney to Felix J and Harriet E Holalr. lot 3J. square 1003, 10 (stamps t'.Ml 114 Fifth street southeast Annie K. Ward et al., executors, to George and Mary E. Johnson, lot 15, square f. Ilir.O Will Entertain Poor Who Live in Alleys lender the nuaplcea of the A11V Ira- .w....a...v ..onv l.livili n IIIIDUIItta i I I.T1 I eiiicriuiiunent ior poor rnunren nnaiuthKT N men inuiucrx, wno uvo in ine conriB. back streets And nlleva will he Riven In Bhlloh Bnptlat Church thlH e.venlnc. EDUCATIONAL STEWARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Kth k F BTS. N.W. Thorough course tn Shorthand. Bookkeeping and Civil Penlc. Singing, Elocution MRS. EUK.V KIl-C II tMKNCA, 1 Uth ft. N K Phone Una. 1711. Tuesdays and Frldsis 21H llth et. N. vr WM. M. GOODWIN, C. S. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Teacher, Practitioner, Lecturer Only The Mother Church Literature Used. fK e 11 v.an In 4ti- ..Hi- .... iw . -w .ww.w ... ana .k.1,1. II-LIUB, District National Bunk Building. M06O st. nw MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE Free niovlnc forotor- aaw.a la. l,'l ... -J aa . . ; . a-, aa wo- r 1-a a t-J. -I SMITH'S TKANSFKn SToitAfii. co., ma . M8ht I'll. IV. COQ'J. bMALL VAN LOAD. 3.0. larc van lod. IJ.10. storage. 12 an load: motor van for Baltimore, Philadelphia and suburb CO- New York ave. Main 1115. MDNRY! MniMFYH inriMBvi ... . --. Jini51,n. irage' UNITED TRANSFER iN5JTt??AaB.co" th and D ' nw Ph- N?,,5T(?r"E. co" lh nd D " Ph. M- " Estimates on Packing and Shipping. .Pf P1M 4nf In u . ... .... .. m . CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos r.Biiuiaic. wiicoiiuuy given. WC.BCI1 130 Pa. ave. N W. Phone Main 1212. FIREPROOF STORAGE 140 Separate, Locked Rooms, l.'.OO Month fp. Mer chants' Transfer &StorageCo. Main 6900. 920-022 E St. N.W. "SAFETY FIRST." ABSOLUTELY TIRBPROOF STORAGE. UNITED STATES STORAGE I CO . Sh'.?2.00 Mi- up Moving. Packing. Phone Main 4221. 411.420 10ih it. N w. MOVINfJ I'AnDBD VANS ;L1NVJ FURNISHED. Phone M. 2010-2011. KRIEG'S EXPRESS, 1221 II Btreet N. W. STORAOE. PACjCINq AND SHIPPIiYg. Washington, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex Dress Comoanv. 1017 H St N. E. Ph. Line. 3970. a?.01 " mo'L lluld In free; (11 we ask. ehafJERSi; .ur Prtce. to other) estimate I&,f."?-."men' crntra' 'oration, dry. ilean !im?gnrm"' PS tor lnpectlcn at any time. H. Baum t: Bon. 812 p. ave. M. 12.1. LOST AND FOUND DOQ Small, while, resemlillne ulre.h-ir terrier, name "Pnookums." Kowdrd, HO. l.ltl dt N it JAIRDALB TERRIKU-Near Chain Urld.e. Ilnliiln Irt ft.it Iiihu... U..II.II, . . fc ' ' V. " V....,v,r,,?.",,a. ",'ler locker. riten N Willaii. llotrl ni,- p,t .; , ,.,,. ., " ainmill liou-l all. I 1H1 Aillerlc.ill murki-d AnJr.'s celt reword. waVaUwawwTl " "- i i BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed information concerning the following opportunities may bo ec-cured frco of char&e upori application tb BUREAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. inirKvIfTS ABBREVIATIONS UBKD. BLAW-Fre ooard, lodging, and wash. K, T?er m?nin- PW-Per week. PD-Per .Ja PH-Per hour. BAI-ES-Fn!r.iBt,l fltol- , HGF&M-Un furnished hou.e. garden, fuel nnd milk. vaW T, Adv.-TranWut,on may be ad- a ?mTn.nh? -W ? ??.??'.. ot --- ----SP- vvmiuuiM LA1IUU. Georgia. I-1I1. CTiatnm Co. Wantsd 75 marrll 2r.ii !J.en to work n lock and k- in loading and unloading cal. MS. li'ie r?I colore,, No Tr' -w ,,r' rD- Ohio. i;C-l0. Columbiana Co, Wanted JO Ungl 'J?'n or. Jrd vrork. Italian. No Tr. 10 hr. PD. l.0 I'D, Willi polt)le Increase to tJ.SS PD. Pennsylvania. ,,!r,i,!f Mn'nery Co. Wanted 12-H men for quarry nork, Italians preferred. . ny """onallty accepUble. Tr. adv. 10 lirs. I'D. 17'4c PH. Ohio K-37. Ijraln Co. Wanted 100 lrn mold ers. Gray-Iron molding (manufacturo of ;toB plate). Married or single. SlavUh, 1'ollsh. Hungarian, nuislan. asrman or HELP WANTED MALE CASIIIRn on Nation! ch rflnter. nUo ft eIentor conductom Icxfav iirlfK nr .. - ,VVrWjs-V ,r r ' v.4. a j ii-iii i.tis i , run ana ia. a.ve. ME83 HAI.I, WAITEna-100 colored, 30 auu :r uiunwi, room ana board. Apply DICK'S HOTEL AdENRV. ith ., W le. .- SHOEMAKKIl-aood. steady lob; will pay IU or more 1318 Hth at. N. W. WINDOW Cf.KANKns reJly for work. 10th t. N W.. room 6. L2i HELP WANTED FEMALE BATH noOM Oini-Whlte. 1.K1QH HOTEL. ' Apply HA- CHAMOERMAIDS-WAITnESSES (J white). $16 for Institution; also general hounenork ?.r;.r1.0.lor.ed.: nill family, good nages. Jjl). HEKA, 10U NewYork ave. c"AMntBK1,AlD-Whlte. Apply KAMSIQH HUT 13 1, GOWN ALTERATION HANDB-Expert. once. EltLKUACHEnS, 4110 F t. Nw. 1 WOMAN Bettled colored, general housework; imiiuy oi mo; siay incuts; references le qulred. JOYCE, th and Ah t.. Mt. Rainier. Md i SITUATIONS WAN I tl) Male. PAINTER, PAPERHANQER. pla.terer. kalsomlner wants work, room papered IS palmed, J2.J0. P. OOLDIJLATT. 1039 joth t. J W j Female. CHAMIIERMAID or nurse, several colored KOtllffl. IllBhlv r.nit1,llatl.lArl aaa ...- cook, white, private family preferred. KC REKA. 1011 Ne York ae. FOR RENTROOMS Furnished. H feT. J, W., 412-Second floor front and Imtk rooms, oer store, h. w, h m range, sink, iiorch. IU 00. MT VERNON PIAt'K. IK .,tjr.. rooms. I. h. k. optional, hot water: central, reasonable. MT. VERNON PI-ACE (opp. Carnegie Li bra r. I. 803 Front rooms, 1st and 2nd Moors, reasonable. EYE ST N. W.. SOt-Irge front rooms, 2nd and 2rn tlanra. t.ll li.nt.a h. w-a. dau :cemrallylocatel. ' II ST. N. W 913-To large ront room, strain heat, centrally located 1211 EYE HT. N. W. For rent, clean and neatly furnished room. 19. Apartment X. 1 Uth HT. N. W 717 Four rooms and bath: lipt.water heat. IM to. L .ST. N. W.. 927 Well heated second tlnnr room. S month , also t room Cth RT. N. W . 412-Furnl!ed medium lxe warm rooms, II SO week, also Iront rooinx, h. k.. 12 7. and WW) werk II. ft.. K Tlira. Anmnl.,.1.. ..... -- --- -- --.. - - .v VVIIiyiGI., 1 VII - uiaiiru ruajuis on second noor, I n. K. , hot water heat, back, porch. II ST h k N W.. MI9-2 rooms, heat and gas second koor; 1. 12th .ST N W . oil-Two furnished Iront rooms, housekeeping, 111 month, also hall room K month. IDEAL APARTMENT CO. 10 Pa. ae.-2 room apartment, furnished complete, hot water heat, hot water, gas furnished Lee; 120 per month. Main 7177. M ST. N. W., 821 Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, water In rooms 1 Ith BT. N. W., s.4 Front room, suitable for two, room and board. i W week, table board. 3.W. a. m. breakfast 1 3d ST. N. W., 425 Second Hoor front rooms, housekeeping. 11 per month H HT N. W.. 1S-Furnlshed rooms. 12.M to 12 50 week, heat, hot water, and telephone. 1 Unfurnished. Q ST. N. W HO-Three unfurnished rooms with beat and gas, newly papered D ST. 3 W . MS Three large rooms, lit floor lit f.0 per month. ""unfurnished 1 dih t. .s. K., II- Three nice rooms, second Door, hot-water heat, gas. bath, I. h k., IK, or entire Hat 4 rooms 121 month. 1 FAIRMONT 8T. 715 Three clean house-eep. lng rooms, bath and nice yard, (II month. Rooms For Rent. ROOMERS FREE SERVICE-Call Main 713. Colorado Rental Exchange, Colorado bldg,, Hth and O at., delightful rooms, prl bath, personal!) Investigate, city -and suburban. ROOMS AND BOARD 10th bT N W . 721 Large second floor rront room and board, l.'o a month, also one for 111. V N W. COR, CLIFTON AND t'NIVER8ITY - -. Ulnol. !,. till. II.I.Ul .... I !-.. una uiwiv nci, 4ii.il -uriK lilt auiuiy rooma. neuly furnished, excellent home table. Columbia A269. I TABLE BOARD L hT N W meals. 13 00.' OW-Two meals, 12.60, three l-th HT N. W . 80S Rooms, with lect board, steam heat; private bath, reasonable rates. THE SHEPHERD, 10th and K its. N W. Excellent meals, breakfast, -ic, lunch, 2Pc, dinner. :.. 1.1.50 week. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH price paid tor norn cloth. !ng; either ladles' or men's; send postal: Mil cU, B. TARSHFS. lit JUi SU N. wl r.. N'Tth 499 i WrntrSrvtTiM-sre, plane, carpeu. etc, for wacon. or have ue calL Vl'S." 120 Pa. ave. N. W. WANTED Furniture for caan. dell your good to tb man who gives the most money. Bee HOPWOOD, Ith and K. t WANTED 500 feather bed by January 1st. ltll. Square Deal Furniture Co., J01 Eye st. N W Ph M. tell. Pest prloes guaranteed AUTOMOBILES STl'DEUAKER, 4-cyllnder tourlne, good tun- nine order. 1100 MILLER lIHO.i . Autuino. bile and Supply House 1st and Pierce its re USED CARS Free, four month' trial oy our special plan. All types and model. Special bargains. 1P13 Marlon roadster. AL 310 MILLER IIHOB. 61 Pierce st N. K 1 For Hire. MAIN 7151 Day or Night. 12 block. 50c. City proper, 75c I) to S3 hour FIVE-PAS8ENQER touring car. hour, special ratei for shopplnir .'Miivi- WEST l.2. II Vlt MASSAGE ANNA P. JOHNSON. 1114 l.th st N W Massage, all branches, rheuinatiam. poof elrcuUtlon. nervousness, ajpolntmtnta N.tni. -.... m IWUII UD PUBIIUIO Crcjatlan. I'l.. .. n-i. urttl .- mMm fn make from $3 I'D to 5PD. No Tr. 10-12 nrs, PD. TRADES. Pennsylvania. Mt-SO. Philadelphia Co. Wanted cabinet maker and helpers. Married or Jingle. Itallar.a or any nationality. Cabinet mak V'.? ,0 JC! W: helpei ltc to Ko VU. No Tr. lOVi ir. PD. DOMESTICS. District of Columbia. M7 ITM. Washington. On single woman for general housework. Inplmllnir ravnVlnv. ltn. Iiemlau. Moravian or Rcninavin. lll.is I'M and home, according to abTlltv, adv. l Tr. M7-1S01. Washington. One single or mar ried woman for general housework. Scotch, lrlrh or English. lit I'M for woman. Vtork could be found for husband. Tr. adv. from New Tork. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS pVOIliaNaMEN-Our object Is to build this I bun In as sreatfr. hut m.it -.v- .. ,. .n i, .JZZ "I.'. :"-"-'." ". "" . a - """' " " new suns ana pants at low flgure will do, we look for you: tbera' a. small lot slightly used overcoat SI to W; one price. JIIBTH'B OfD BTAND. lit D. 1 MattrcsBcg and Box Spring-t. BPECIAL-Halr and felt mattresse mads over and renovated: all alxe, II only. EAGLE IICDDINO CO.. 1S0 7th t, N. W. Ph. N. I0. REMOVAL NOTICK-Mattrei renovated and re-mad equal to new a low a II. Called for and delivered. CAPITOL UED. PINO CO.. ! Q st. N. W. Ph. M 111.. Papcrhanglng. PAPEnilANOINO and painting. CHAS. R. HYSAN, 111 II t. N. E., formerly ot 101 East Capitol U Writ or phone Lincoln 123 ar Lincoln IMP for estimate. Birds and Animals. JUBT RECEIVED singing canaries, parrot. Hogs. cU, tAbblts, guinea pigs, goldDshea. Aquariums, and remedies for all klndj of tatai! Kaknit tnr Ml.l.aiu V..M.L.I... a Its branches. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM, 711 lth t. N. W. Paiats. BUFFALO A. L. O. PAINTB. Bold by OEO. A. EMMONS. I1CI Mt. Pleasant st. N. W. Window Clranlns. HOW AliOUT THOSE DIRTY WINDOWS! CAHOON ACME WINDOW CLEAN I. SO SERVICE, in n BT. N. W. Main JUL Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE, fully cleaned; rug wo.en from old carpet, mattrease renoated. Estimate furnltbed. ALOEIVT KAHLERT & CO.. Utliit.il. W. M. 2031. Floor Oil, ENTERPRISE HARDWARE CO.. floor oil 3!c gal. Keys made 20.. 927 -tn at., near rorner New York ave. Umbrellas and Parasols. UMBRELLA S-PAHAUOLS R-coered. repaled. made to order: ladle own memrlal made up. RUUEL. 732 llih nw. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE Credit, or discount for cash. Save money?" Buy at HOPWOOD'S, 8th and K. THE REST NEW YEAR UIFT. a drophead Singer hewing Machine, like ne. J15. E E. HAIUtlS. .1. Pa. ate H E.. Un" 27. SMALL PRINTING PRESS and equipment MRS. A. C HINDS. 10 Columbia road ! THREE-PIECE PARLOR SUIT, 110. w.rth IS; morrl chair, $2 50; ISentwood chain. HO. cot price, Jardlnlera from 10o to Ko: rug. 9x12. t S. ildelwards, 11.50, 1011 Hb L N. W. LET US EBT1MATE on cleaning and repair Inr your typewriter; all work guaranteed. V Blan titiv .nfl ..It ...!. I.. . t., ' - ... w j -.u w-.a aarvvatu"iiiiu Hiarillliei on commission; gl.e us a trial. Call M. ?.. . "U'C service. UNIVERSAL TYPE WRirER REPAIR CO.. Ml F st N. W USED PIANOS. MM used Bradbury upright ijj 1300 used Newton upright iw ' USED PLAYERS. IIU used Kurtimann player. moo Iol0uxtd Kryder player 7s U00 used Armstrong player jjj 1700 uaed Stuyvesant Pianola 27. JUELG PIANO CO., llth and O N. W. We Rent Reliable Underwood Typewriter. 12 50 Per Month. Other machine at proportionately low rata. GENERAL TYPEWRITER CO. Ill Hth at. N. W Phone M. KM. DON'T WASTE TIME writing by hand; renting an UNDERWOOD aud ualnr it In your correspondence mean special attention paid to your letter. "The machine you will Ktn,Uft5?r.-Jlul. . UNDERWOOD TVPE. WRITER CO.. 1201 F St. N. W. TUB REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO. (INC.I. 717 12th t. N. W. Main 1534. Buy. sell, rent and repair typewriter. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. PERSONALS. MISS CAIN",n'cu$12-:,n1 S.P Treat ment. 711 7th t. N W. Apart. 1. Phone Main 7425. p MRS. ORA FIELD. Magnetic massage, fate and scalp treatment 115 II ST. N. W. 2D FLOOR. " MISS WELLS atm-'n",' &M B."fp w Treatment. Hour I to 4. 131 O it. N. W. Apartment I, third floor. MISS JAMRRON, manicurist and chlropodv". hours, 10 a. in to I p. m. 2U New York ave N. W sfiond floor. MANICURING shampooing. mftniiwunimj bcalp treatment. Phone wain 7011 Tie mn st. N. w. ! OIIISF MAIER hairdressino, l.UUISt.mAIC.1. Manicuring. Scalp treatment, chiropody Alt branches taught. Hours, to 7. Sunday, t to 2. SOS Kenolj U id r . . llth and O st. M. 1134 DR. F1SK ELGIN, Specialist Phone Main 1111. 13 Pa. ave N. W. Ttl.Hl.HE SPECIAUB Uta healln h.rb mix. ture -to; tro-kia. stop cough, tlck.lsh throat. 10c; hair grower pomade. 10c; beauty towder, lie; admiration perfume. 35c; rare talth herb, tr. lit 7th st. N. W 1 -W-H-M-M-hH-H-H-H-J-:--SH":--:' tn R R F P n SI'ECIALIST. S U K.lnCU,,04 17 stjieIstA 'I The Most Important Advice " that I can offer to any man orT woman wiiu ib unoiiu iru.nj " any acute, chronic, or special dli 1 ease Is to take Immediate -tepvj ..to u.i vv.i-aj. -vii, jjucieria vac-J . . cine and all the new erlum and. -iili.lna In. al ,1 tn I II I u f ur. Uln. . I .. a.uva-.a"a.. a.... ....... -a.. uiu.a .. teat made. Laboratory stocked .. with every thine the best In med .. lclnes. Over 30 years' tirautica an treating Catarrh, ludlgcstlofi." Cons'.lpatlon, I'lles, Throat, Lun-.. Uraln. Ilea.-t. Blood, and SWIn" Utseaxux, Hheuiiiali.in, all Mlas.) ui -jiwuu uivuiiiuk, nervous .nq.. ' oe.ieral Debility. Charced Low .(. ., Vledlvlncs Kuriil.iheil. Ulll.. ilour -C .. IV VU ., al VU V, OUNJdjt, ,U 10 I I, a . i-I-M- 1"I"H"I" 'i"hH-H-H"W-"I-r l-h IN MEM0RIAM rm2? 'u11"" "I""" ccepted n II fi ??'-! ,hr "r.08 or WHtrr. In ca no for each line In excess of tn. Vital Records Births." Lrnest I. n,i ir. .i..., ... AHl-r O and M'c. BraX"' Zl W am P. and Minnie M. Miller, girl Edw.,,0',"1'1 l,er,u,, u aford, girl, fcdward L. ond filIll u D.v, " '" tdward M. and Bl.lt 8. uii. boy. tlT't "nd r"ny oll-leln, girl m-. W. and Ainerk IlaXrC' John J. and El.lo a,ea.0, ,,r,. Luciano ami '.,..... .... L,. " --v..m a. -jancuso, girl. . -..L, iBrx aeioy, boy, Deatha. arSihwS5.ry "enk,e' " ". W I ,re.t "M?e"ertdnr,hSwae.lta,r' W yM"' "cSi,1;.1.?!!!? a- year. li ... ".dl'UvSnS nAorfn?.i " '""' Vfti2XlX& m,Um- " e". Emergency ChnV,V,opf!;r.xI! "" Q-vernment Ho- --"" - "'w 'iin4ic 'hoM fo'rTh'en.in.."""- et J u? oV" " -"' Government Ho.pl- WJSil'n? ytar' a "O'Plt-l ""...r.."' nou- Potomac Infant of Carl and' Anna Fanna, S hour, 70S Massachusetts avenue northeast. r.CH,h Siubold- 3 dy' 8'bIeJ, Hospital. Delilah C. Thompson, 62 years, 1331 E street southeast. Laura P. Waddey, 12 years, 701 Maryland avenue northeast. Thomaa Smith, ti year. Freedmen' Hoapl- Bcuj'mln Ilrooks, M years, 911 Creens court northwest. Grade King, .1 year. 2215 D treet north west. Mamie Rollins, 2 year. Fourteenth and N afreets norths est. Louise Dixon, 21 years, Tuberculosis Ho pltal. Elma Dlckeraon, 10 year, Washington Asy lum Hospital. Laura Jenkins, 65 years, 741 JJay rlace southeast. CEMETERY LOTS Cedar Hill Cemetery Washington' Newest and Prettiest CEMETERY FOR WHITE PEOPLE Lots on sale and setting rapidly. Buy now and ae 200. For limited lime, lota are selling . time cheaper than any -emetery In the District of Colum bia LOTS $5.00 UP ;m.. Special rate to organizations and so cieties. For further Information ad dress JOS. J. CAYLOR, Treasurer. 723 6th st. N. E Telephone Line 982 Auto service. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS ef every description moderate price. QUDE. JH4 F C N. W UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & LIVERT. 323 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. I-M. WASHiNOTON. D. O. CLAlKVurANTS 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MME. CARLETTA. 30 Years' Experience. Mostly in Wasnlngton. WHO NEVER MET YOU. If ou are In trouble, and deypalr ever again or being happ, call and fee MME. CARLETTA, the EILED MYSTIC. fche CAN, SHE WILL help ou, no matter what the cause, names ot friends, enemies, sweet heart, husband, ulfo If true or false. Tells caiue of unhapplnes and hoiv to overcome It, TELLS YOUR NAME Reunites separated She will tell ou how to WIN In love, courtship marriage, divorce, business, speculation, and real estate leals, change In business, position and residence, when and who you will marry. If ever. Carletta oaks no fee In advance. Give per fect satisfaction. 11 a. m to 9 p m. lee every one white or colored separate recep tion parlors 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MADAM JEAN MK8Ycmc Clairvoyant ore barn, not made. Madam Jean has been one since childhood, ac knowledged by pre and public to be the greatest clairvoyant In the world, can posi tively reunite the separated. Uet a reading from this remarkable woman, will tell you names, dates and fact without asking you a Ingle question. You have a power of your onn either for good or evil. Cultivate the good Develop It. Use it. Call and be convinced. Private rooms, jou see no one. Headings arranged by phone. N. ZSS1. Per manent location. H7 R st. N. W. MADAM FIPT Fl wben you nonsuit her ,lftUftm riCLLI JOU coniuIt Ul. LeJt Reunite the separated. N. 1461. 1221 7th nw. THE LITTLE WHITE MOTHER 730 8th St. N. W. She Is just a plain, simple gentlewoman. Tells jou quietlv and calmly of the very matters and person jou wish to know about, slowly and distinctly she will word picture jour life story. Accurate description and full names of persons connected with vour past, present, future what their thought. Intentions, actions have been, ore now or will be. Mine De Long I consulted by peo ple of Intelligence, persons who can dis criminate between the good and the bad; ber work appeals to oung and old, colored and white, rich and poor. You will be glad to know that Mine. De Long does not charge In advance, no fee accepted unlers jou receive the Information, advice and assistance juu require. Reading one dollar tup). At home hour 10 a ni. to $ p. m. Located centrally and permanently In lit r own prlvaje lest dence. 730 8th SI. N. W. Note Bring this adv. for free 12-page book, "Success Secret." i CONSULT ZANCIG J HEADINGS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO. 904 14th t. N. W Phone M. 4411. M. SPENCER, The World Most Celebrated Palmist and il-.lrvojant. Consult this gifted lady and know what 1915 has In store fur vou Also lead "onje of 1915 personal lecommendatloiis of her wonderful ability Studio, 131S Hth St. N. W. Truthful In her prediction, reliable In lur advice, without asking a quest ton she will tell vou the object of jdur rail, giving rumen of friends, lelatlve-, and aitual facts con cerning j'our life and circumstance which j on know to be nbeolutelj true (.The Madainu will refuse to a.ct'pt unj fee unless she give the -utmost satlnfactloii' Hours it to 8. i MRS. LUSBY Palmistry. Card ItMildlnir l-ln.A1 Euudaj. Ladle only. 737 llth nw Open even'. i- Mme. DELMAIN- rd Reader, tells what jou want to Know. Read-in.-. mw lest. 10c. 12 a m to 9 n. m. Sun day. 4 to 8. 613 7th vt N. W ! MRS. GEYER It "(IcramlClalrvo1) unt Readings. 25 WK Now 117 1st '.w CAS'l II.L(Wra50c T.OW FEE. Advice on all business and doinetnlr affair, brings happiness and re moves all troubles, tailslacllou. Iix'awo lor the winter CI9 K st.. cor. 71). and F N. W. LiCEN-EU. Hour 10 u. tn, lo I p. m. SpecilaJ Notices COAL! COAL!! COALIll W. share the print with the consumer. Prion your order North .Ml. Profit Sharing Coal Co., m N ST. u. w. erf or !AMHBT,Na ot ' -tockhold" tho beventh treet nine of Center Market In the City of Wa.hlngton. D. c". at lS o'ckck noon on xho Flits r MONDAY belna? ih Srd ?an0df.ri??lri'' ""' tol 'Choice Of 1 1hU-t of ,ho cor.,v.t "tss ssa.s. GSH ' the meetlns. fhan-k- ii 'tn vYiTS Sli.L" ry. Wathlncton, D. C. Dccentber 15.' MI5. Ti ANNUAMIBBTINa of tho tockbold ? i .ot The Munsey Trust Company of Si"l,',on,.D' - w111 nld at Aa tank Ln teu,.I!!?f . . TuMda JaS8- iiiaJ. -' ."'.t " " lor lne -lecuon o: hiiIfSi2?.na ,he tranctlon ' ""ch -tor n.J-,i-J r. .7 wW-jmnjr come ueror tn S'oo i Sf ' open om U:W A' M unUl WH-QN J. LAMBERT. Secretary. COAL HKRT nitlllTV ANY QUANTITY 50c Discount nor.u UUllwUINfl HITPTJT.TD'a C M. EDWARDS, -W 7TH 8T. N. W. raONB N. 5H BA m?iJEON VOUIt WAL-Th. best ham ., ,,.'.. , ""' --"verea airect o your cun?.Uhv? Jj!.i. .lt-STKR I-, K0S.r Hh-V;.' . ' S? novl. "ince an. yara --0--7 Sherman qy. Ph. tuy or nlht. Col. .HI. KriTinxfi na- , M,,,,,. ..'irrr p..;;,T.v.-r w .""UA . m-sjstin. .. Lit. T.i . "1"0 -u'UCle IX. of By- -.i,JTiVr . " iiw -iucjuioiaeTa or too ii?SiM?5r"Hln Company, for the election ol biln. ..'"" ,i.j Ki ? "en.omer "Mt,.:.!y.''..vw'v?: -JtW&ioV" oTa from u O'clock M- J -J. CRAMJTQN, SecrUry. LEGAL NOTICES .. ..n,1Pe,T Wllaon, .tttomer. IN THE SUPREME COUHT OFTHE DM TRICT OF COLUMI1IA Ifflffin i QEOROB M. HTERNBERO. rXceV.ed Admin' titration No. 2-M. Application hs S?1m 5JS, ana testament of said deceased, and for let- Zm.r:Pl.b ! Charle.UltI.sty- hirS' ib a..Zil""nl!-J. wtitiam A. Btem- i. al -""""-. jvawsra is. aternuerg. II. S. Humlong, a. A. Humlong. MariarJt ' llumlong Derma P. Garrett. GeoVge M. i'fr.'ank W' PniIp - Lter and all other concerned, appear in said court on Tuesday the 1st day of J-tbruary. A. D. lilV. , at 10 o clock am., to show cause why such application shall not be granted. .Let notice hereof be published In the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Time one In each of three successive week before b return day herein mentloned-the first pubp. llcatlon to be not less than thirty day be fore said return das WALTER I. McCOY". Justice. (Seal). Attest. JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills for the District of Colunv? Pla. j ' AUCTION SALES Titos. J. Otven & Sons, Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OK VALUAULE 1U-AI. E8TATE. ISEINO PREMISES NO. 3117 FOURTH 8TREET. N. E. liy virtue of a deed of trust, recorded In Liber No 3821, folio 4SS, land record ot District of Columbia, and at request of party secured thereby, undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. In front of premise. DECEMBER TWENTY-SEVENTH. 11. AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK, I'. M tho fol lowing described land and premise in the District of Columbia. Lot No. SI In the , Thrift Rulldlng Company's ybdlvlslon ot lot' In block Ho. it). "Center Ecklngton," as per plat recorded In the Office of the Eurvrror for the District of Columbia In Liber .2 at folio 99. Terms ot sale. Sold subject to a rrior deed of trust for 12.100. and the amount over and above said trust to be paid In casn. A de posit or liuo required at time of sale con vevanclng. Recording, etc.. at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen dajs rrom sale, otherwise tins tecs reserve the rlcht to resell the property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five day' advertlment In some .ien-paper- published In Washington, D. C. IIKUCB CLEVELAND. HARRY K. HOS3. Trustees The above sale I postponed until Thurcda., December 10th, ill' ia--fo hour and place. By order of the Trustee. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfrnif.hl. for rent , . . l In the heart of the city. 71 HL IS. W., a modern new house of 11 room and 2 bath. , Very handomely papered, gas and eleetrlo lights, hot-water heat, kitchen and bath ' room covered with best quality of linoleum, will lease to good tenant for lis per month Apply to V. I NEE. 7th and II SU. N. W. 7th ST. N. E.. 221-Five-room brick, all me-J. ern Improvements, good neighborhood: Dl.t per month. FOUR-ROOM HOUSES. 974 Florida ave. N. W.. 111. and 224S 10th t- N. W . tUl.ts. water, ga . white tennant. Key 911 W N. W APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. NEAR LINCOLN PARK Choice 5 looms, bath, furnace. 120.50. H. C COLERIDEU CO., 1308 A at. S. E. 1 FOR SALE HOUSES A COMPLETE LITTLE HOME. THE BEST XMAS PRESENT YOU COULD BUY FOR YOURSELF. Take part ot this year's Xmaa money an. make a first payment on on of those DK IJQHTirUL LITTLE HOMES one and one halt squares from LINCOLN PARK. On Ui st. N. E.. bet. North Carolina ave and C at. One ot the most beautiful Iocs, tlons In the city I rooms, tile bath, large lot, porch. All modern Improvements. Only 1100 cash and balance like rent. Ill CI per month. Including Interest and principal, PRICE, $2,250. Open dally and Sunday until 9 p, tn. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BB YOUR OWN LANDLORD ea 110 cash and IIS mouth, at CHEVY. CHASE. For full particulars dre postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RITriUE. 117 Coloimdo Bids. TeL M. UIL For Rent. COTTAGE, Mt. Rainier J. "ooub Halt acre; newly papered. 203 13th M E.' I 8) MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN BUILDINQ LOANb AND SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at I per cent on District Real Estate. Any amount from l.tro to t.,001 on flrat or second trust. In straight not or monthly pajment. Takes only three dajs to make them. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1413 a ST. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN-1250 to 1904,000 on D, a real estate. Several trust funds, 4H t ve per cent All transactions conducted wit., economical consideration fur borrower. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building. 107 Uth at. N. W. . MONET TO LOAN on real estate s lowest ratea; prior payment privilege; large amount TILER A RUTHERFORD. 721 UtL SPIRITUALISM MRS MAMIE STEVES, $$$,, dally; seances Tu-s. & Thurs evculng. Frt.. 2 p. m. Ph. Line. 3011. 3). N. J ave. B K. JIUS. WHITE. 715 22d ST. N. W - Seances Hun , Wed , Frl . 8 p. m , private reailiijti dally Sunday bj appointment. Pli W V I ! Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D. spiritual Medium. Readings Dallj 1 p. in to i) p in . Circles Wed , 2 p. m Thur., I p. nt. 1017 9th it. N. W,