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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910.
Bj ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE.
Author of "llfc Flchter." "Caleb Conovar," ''flyrla Prom the Saddl." Wttv
Novelized from tfce Patha Photo Piny of the Same Name by Will M. Blicbty.
"pTlht. HI, bjr Albert Pajraon Terhuae.'i t
(Synopsis of Previous InstnllmenU.)
The hext morning, while on the porch,
thy see an organ grinder mistreating !!
monkey". June determine! to save the biiI
inal from further abuse.
A red clrclo comes and coes on the
hand of Juno Travis, who learn from her
nurie, Mary, that she U a member of
the supposedly extinct Rorden family of
crook. The iiecret la kept from Juno's
"mother." Detective Utntr, baffled by
June's benevolent crime, tralli Alma l.a
Halle, who under orders from "SmlllnfT
6am." a jewel fence, robs guesls. ul the
weach hotel ball, using a painted red
circle aa a blind. Juno herself 1 ws
tlm, losing a necklace.
While the man sleeps airaln.it a pile un-
der the pier, June, with a strap from hli
organ, taatena him to the pile nml cuts
the monkey loose. As she draws her hand
away, he sees the red circle. Mary un
fastens him and explains matters to the
policeman who has been attracted to the
scene by his cries.
(Continued from Yesterday.)
MOTIONING to Pletro, he started
on a run down the sand, the
other spectators following
closely. Alary looked after
the little pro up tearing down the beach,
and leaned against the pile, weak and
faint from the terrible stralnu. At her
feet waa the old battered hand organ
Suddenly she remembered that there
was a great deal of danger still to bo
surmounted. She must find June Imme
diately nnd warn her. The wlldnesa of
this particular prank worried her
cruelly. How far was this stain In the
girl's blood likely to go? She stumbled
through tho sand keeping a sharp Iook
oul Reaching the sidewalk, she hurried on,
watching for a glimpse of a pale plnK
frock and a white hat. Her heart
thumped In her breast and her throat
flt parched and feverish.
Bho fancied that every woman In light
clothes was June, until she came along
side. A desert mirage could not liavo
been more elusive than her quarry.
People turned to watch her with curious
At last a spot of pink against a
background of green came to her eyes.
She knew tho free, easy stride and the
line of the straight shoulders. It waa
June coming out of the park. .Mary
hurried up to her.
"You broke your word to mo" she
charged, indignantly, not waiting for
explanations. "There is no excuse for
what you have done. You have robbed
a poor man of Ws means of making a
"I haven't." Juno came back defiant
ly. "In the first place, I didn't promise
you anything. Mary. In the second,
there is an excuse forvhat I ve done.
I've saved a helpless animal from a
cruel master. As for depriving that
Italian of his means of making a living
that's a fine way for a great big.
husky man to make a living, lsn t It?
By grinding out wheezy tunes on a little
hand organ and kicking and beating a
"That doesn't make any difference."
argued Mary, stubbornly. "It waa none
of your business. You had no right to
Interfere. And no matter what excuses
you make you can't take away the
fact that It was robbery."
"Well, If It was robbery, I'm glad of
It, ' June said, sullenly.
"Let mo see your right hand." com
manded tho old woman.
June raised it listlessly. It was free
of the mark. S1Y6 threw her arms
nfntinrl Tarvti neftr In Nlirlltpn flhnmp.
"Dorv't be angry with me!" she plead-1
erl softly. "I can't nelp these things i
do. I don't want to worry you or
make you unhappy, dear: but this thing,
whatever It Is, gets the best of me.
Don't be angry, dear."
Mary's heart softened at the helpless
ness of the plea. She put her arms
around the girl and led her down a side
street toward the Travis home. On the
way June regained her high spirits.
When they reached the house the nurse
waa laughing heartily all fear and
Cnmlng along the walk, toward the
house. Juno broko awav from Mary and
ran up the steps to greet Mrs. Travis,
who had Just come through the doorway
to tlie porch.
"Where have you been, child?" asked
Mrs. Travis anxiously. "I've been un
easy about you. You and Mary go
wandering off and forget to come home,
fitay with me a little while, won't you?
I've hardly Been vou since we've been
nt Surfton. Don't you ever get tired
rushing about so. dear?"
"Yes. I do. I'm tired right now.
mother. Are we going to have lunch
soon? I'm starved!"
"It will be served In fifteen minutes
and wo're going to have something that
you like, too."
"Ire cream with marrnns."
"Correct. The very first time. Well,
well! What Is coming In here?"
Mrs. Travis looked toward the ob
servation porch. She seemed to be both
perplexed and amused. Marv turned,
nervously, and looked In the samo direc
tion. June knew, without looking.
Tearing down the path leading from
tho porch to tho main entrance waa a
squat, grensv flguro carrying a hand
organ and pursued bv a uniformed po
liceman. Yoma. the protesting butler.
brought ud the rear, hla excitement
malting him accelerate his accustomed
stately tread into a dog trot.
The Italian stumbled up the step,
tripping over IiIh hand organ; so the
patrolman reached tho llttlo group of
"Madam, I did not wish that tho
man beggar to annoy your honorable
self." panted Tama, greatly dlatrettsed.
"Now. that's all light, son that's
Just all rlRht for you," interrupted
the policeman. "All we want Is a llttlo
description from this lady and then
we're through. 1 had to bring Job
Lots hore with mo because he'i tho
guy who lost the monk, See? Now,
lady," addressing Mary, "if you
wouldn't mind I'd like a detailed de
scription of tho woman you saiv with
He took out an Important-looking
memorandum book and a pencil that
looked as 'Chough It had been sharp
ened with a hairpin. Mrs. Travis', all
at pea at this sudden Intrusion, looked
from one to tno other, seeking an ex-
flanatlon. June alone seemed calm,
ler mouth corners twitched suspi
ciously as if she were 'resisting a
laugh, or, rather, a mischievous gig
gle "Now, Miss Mary," repeated the of
ficer, pompously, "hair, eyes ?"
"This woman had bright red hnlr."
began Mary staring fixedly at June's
brown head, "and bluo eyes. Hut I
didn't see any clrclo on her hand, as
you talked of down on the beach and
as the Italian seemed to think."
"Well, no; of course not. That's eas
ily understood." Tho patrolman had
sleuth ambitions also. "Vou were too
far away from her. You didn't know
it was there, so you weren't looking
for It. And again the light may liavo
been so that you couldn't have seen it
even If you had looked. See? All
those things might have happened,"
he wound up. Importantly.
"Of course, they might." echoed June,
coming forward. "Your argument is
very logical, ottlcer.'
"Thank ou, miss." stammered tun
amateur crlmo specialist. "Good day.
Uoou tiav to you. nut tm."
lie swung around with almost a mili
tary manner and dragged the linlf-denn
Pletro off the porch. June wnlrhea
them go. a gayl disdainful smile on
her lips As the, disappeared irnm
rlew ehe swaved, calcium; at the uaon
Of a chati tor support
Uuaal larling. you re itat! Mrs.
Travis put her arm around her in
"taint? Yea. faint for want of food."
tho girl declared, laughing lorceaiy.
"Mary, will you come up with mo nnd
fix my wlnd-moppcd tresses boiro
Mrs. Travis wondered at tho exag
geratedly light tone, uut before one
had a chance to question further, Juno
blew her a kiss and disappeared up
the stairs, pulling the expostulating
nurse at tor her.
I'p in the bed room hor gaycty drop
ped from her suddenly. Bho pushed
the panting Mary into n chair ana
knelt on the tloor at her feet, leaning
her elbows In the old woman's lap. Her
chin In her hands, she looked out the
window over the sunlit ocean.
"I wonder what Mr. Lamar Is doing
In the city," she said, droamlly. "I
wonder if ho has caught tho Woman in
Tentative List Submitted to
Chairman of Local Highway
Walter C. Allen, Electrical Engineer
of the District, has submitted to Col
Uobert N. Hnrper, chairman of the
local Lincoln Highway Committee, the
street Intersections which have oeen
tentatively detei mined upon as the loca
tions for the signs to mark the course
of the Lincoln Highway teedor that will
pass through Washington. If the selec
tions prove satisfactory to the commit
tee the list will be presented to the
Commissioners for approval. The signs.
Mr. Allen says, will be affixed to lamp
posts. The Intersections designated are
Maryland avenue and Fifteenth street
northeast, Maryland avenue and Sixth
stieet northeast. Maryland avenue and
Fourth street northeast. Marvliind ave
nue and B street nprthea.it, first ana
streets norinwest, tirst street and
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Hpvpm
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, Seventeenth and O streets
northwest. Seventeenth and 11 streets
northwest. Sixteenth and H streets
northwest, Scott circle (two signs) Sher
idan circle (two signs), and Wisconsin
and Massachusetts avenues northwest.
Camera men are now engaged in mak
ing tho local pictures -which will be In
cluded In the motion picture, '"The
Patriotic- Honeymoon. ' which Is to bo
exhibited throughout the country, por
traying scenes alone the "feeder," as
an advertisement of the National Capi
tal. HOLMES DESCRIBES
Popular Lecturer Shows Wonders
of Panama Pacific Fair in
The Panama-Pacific Kxposltlon was
described at the National Theater yes
terday afternoon by Burton Holmes,
tho philosopher and friend of the slay-at-homes.
Mr. Holmes has made it a point to
secure views of the fair that would take
In the moBt Interesting features and at
the same time to get the most artistic
effects.. Somd of the pictures shown
yesterday were amonp; the best that
have ever been seen in a Holmes lec
ture, which is tantamount to descrin
Ing them ns tho best that could be
shown. All the architectural beauties
of tho buildings and their grouping
were brought out In artistic color pno
tography, with the usual motion pic
tures of the crowds nnd the various
features which can only be thus aae
The third and last of the Holmes
series will be given at the National The
ater next Tuesday afternoon on "Cali
fornia." GERMAN SOCIETIES
WILL HOLD BAZAAR
Affair at Odd Fellows' Hall Next
Month to Be for Re
To swell the relief funds to tvhlc'h
they have been contributing slnre tho
beginning of the war, the German so
cieties of the District will hold a ba
zaar in Odd Fellows' Hull Kebrunrv 14
to 18. The ladies' auxiliary to the tSer-man-Amorican
1914-1916 relief commit
tee, will be In direct churge of tho en
terprise, n feature of which will be
the booth of the Germanla Muenncr
chor, the singing society. It will be or
namented with plants, palms, and rotes,
in festoons hung with bird cagr-s nf
Hinging canaris, against A brilliant
buc-kground and color scheme.
The committee on nrraucrements met
Inst night to Dlan the affnlr. Martin
.... - . -" . . : . "
Wlecnna nreslfleil. iir. I.oliiwphof r
a Brief address on his experiences in
Russia at the outbreak of the war.
St. Andrew's Rector's Aid
To Give 2 Days' Luncheon
A two days' luncheon by tho Hector's
Aid, composed of women of Ht. An
drew's Episcopal Church, for the benellt
of the new church In course, of con
struction at New Hampshire avenue and
V street northwest, has been held' In the
old MaHonlc Temple, Ninth and !''
streets northwest hna been largely at
tended. Mrs. David Crockett, president of tho
Hector's Aid, was lu charjjo of tho
Shorthand ...13.00 mo. I V TVf i A
Drafting .. .. 3 00 no. I . IVl. As
rrcpsra'orv . i.no ro.
Single reurses. fl.OO up
22-w eek Spanish enure
MRS. EMILY FRECH RARNES.
143 Hth st. N. E. Phone Line. 1799.
Tuesdays and Frldaya 2314 18th st. N. W.
and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
1317 N. Y. ave. M. 1304. . C. Poteei, Prln
Pl'PILM WANTED-n MlssRernlce Miller."
teacher of piano, former pupil of Prof. J.
W Hill, of Roslnii N M99-J llet. huurs of
and 5 p. ni , .ir call at 1223 13ih N W. 1
ITM.IVS- l.l Ni-ll for ai nil fiiri'f re on
the nrt oltei r'1!''. hairs iou.it m mid I
Uur luriu.ure. L'ls 's. ave. N. W. '
IK LOCATIONS FOR
LINCOLN PI PICKED
MOVING, PACKING, JTORAQE
' ' ' u ' Jb
340 Bepsratc Locked Rooms, 2.oo Month t'p.
I Merchants Transfer and Storage Co.
mum uauu. vwvet. t oi. n. w.
ABBOI.PTELY FIREPROOF BTORAOE.
UNITED RTATK3 STORAtlK CO.
ttooms, $2.00 nnd up. Moving, Packing.
Phone Main 42J. 4IM20 10th t. N. W.
MOVING JWaW.8 '
Phone M. 2010-2011.
KREIG'S EXPRESS, '
1K II Street N. W.
BTOllAQE. FACKlNa,AND aillPriNO.
Washington, Baltimore" and Sub
1017 H St. N. E. Ph. Line. 3970.
BTORAOE 1 mo., hauled In free; all we ask;
compare our prices to others; sstlmates
cheerfully given;, central location, dry, clean
storage rooms, open for Inspection at any
time. II. Ilaiim & Hon. Si: I "a. ave. M. 12M.
MONEY! MOftEY! MONEY!
Advanced on storage. UNITED TRAN3FF.R
AND STORAGE CO., Sth and D sts. nw, Ph.
M. 6306, Estimates on Packing and Shipping.
H2LEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos.
Estimates cheerfully given. vvi'iaciii.isirB,
ae. N. W Phone Main Mil.
SMALL VAN LOAD, 3.10; large van load,
$4.60; storage, II van load; motor vans for
Ilaltlmore, Philadelphia and suburbs.
COLUMBIA TnANBKKn & STORAGE CO..
905 New York ave. Main 1I1&.
Free movluar for ..tor.
SRC N. 3343 or N. 3314.
SIOll.ttiK CO.. U1U
. Muht 11. N. M9-1.
LOST AND FOUND
OLDBMODILE 6-cyllniler. T-passneer, )lnt-
eu green with liincK striped renders and
trim, 1). C. Tug- 32429-Md. Tag lt71 Car
No. MM1 Engine No. U:li Model S3. Hll.er.
town Cord tiles 37x1 on rear wheels. Hir
Hllvertown tire in carrier, itenard for inlcr
matlon leading to recovery. ClLVHLEd K.
WOOD. .' fendall tlulldlng. Tel. Main 163a.
COLI.AII Black lynx, on Park road, beL
School and 14th sts Kenard If returned lo
MRS. F1HHDACK. 13H Park road. 1
WATER SPANIEL Female, black, white
spot under chin, alnu white tip on tall;
answers to the name of "Rags." Return to
17?J N. J. ave. and receive liberal reward.
IIROOCH PIN-Pearl-and-sapphlre; Kann's,
to 3d st and Pa. ave. H K. Reward, Mrs.
J. EVANS, Apt 2, the Mendota. 1
WATCH, gold and panzy diamond pin; pin
valued aa keepsake ot a departed sister.
Ko reward If returned to 1232 Marvland ae.
N. K. 1
HELP WANTED MALE
IIARDURS-Two, steady work.
Sth st. N. W.
W.. 3rd floor.
Colored. Apply 633 K St. X.
ERRAND HOY with
wheel. 912 F St. N.
STRONG HOY to make himself useful In
book bindery. Opportunity to learn a good
trsde. ANDREW H. URAHAM CO., Hth
and E sts N. W 1
JOB PRESS FEEDER, 827 14th
St. N. W, In basement.
SAKS i COMPANY want oung .olor.-d boy
with some experience In shoe department
putting on buttons, etc. Apply-to SIA.S-
Wanted Elevator Operators.
Young men between 18 and 25.
Must be neat and or good appear
ance.. Apply to Mr. HANNAN,
Munsey Building. ,
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade; wages
after first month, tools supplied; diplomas
awarded; steady position guaranteed. Write
for catalogue MOLER'S UARUER COL
LEGE. 207 Bowery, New York city.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ASSORTER or girl willing lo learn
STERLING LAINDRY, 207 7th St. S.
DRESSMAKERS AND UIRLS" to" learn
French dresscuttlng. dressmaking, design-
ing, and millinery, good posltlona furnished
after learning. NEW YORK MILLINERY
ACADEMY. 1115 O at
KLATWORK FEEDERS and catchers,
MAN LAUNDRY. 6th and C N. W.
LADIES Experlf need, for corset dept Ap
ply beiore 10. MODEL CORSET SHOP, k.3
llthat N.Jrt. 1
MIM.INERS-Experlenced. Address BOX J.
Times office. 1
COL1.AR OIRI-S-Experlenced. WEST END
LAUNDRY. i;23 Pa. ae. N. W.
DRESSMAKERS AND GIRLS to learn
French dresscuttlng, dressmnklng, design
Inc. and millinery; good positions furnished
after learning. NEW YORK. MILLINERY
ACADEMY. 111S O St.
WOMAN to cook, grncrnl housework, and
assist with chlldrei.. Apt. 2vT.. 1760 Euclid
st. Tel. Col. 630.
riANO pupils taught tn fourth grade
' SrlrnceTteler benneT'a ?&J,V.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
C. T. HINTERS sanitary duf. klllln lVir
oil Keeps me tloors i-leen mid bnsnt and
jrles them a polished flnlh tiood t"i- u,r
turnlture. Tr it. Onl iiOc h ksIIim. d---
lUered. 113 Pa. ae. N. W. Phone M. BIOS.
DON'T WASTE TIME wrltln; by hand;
renting an UNDERWOOD and t.suig It lu
'our correspondence means special litem lot
Paid to sour, letters, ll-.e machine ou will
' antnallu hni
WRITER CO.. 1206 F st. N. W.
THE REH11LT 'iM'KWIIITHR CO. UNO.).
717 l.in st. N. W. Main t.34.
Ruy, sell, rent and repair typewriter.
AWARDED tinERNMENT CON J It VU I'.
LET l.S K.-ji 11IATH on cleaning and repalr-
Ine your typewriter, all work K-uaran.ee i.
e also buy and sell second-hand inaciiiues
on commission. Kite us a trial, tall M. .:!0
or. .1"' .n-rviee. univeuhal iipe
WRITER REPAIR CO,. IIS F st. N. W.
MOLIN TOR SALE-Flne violin, excellent
tone,' with 2 good bowj an 1 line leather
case. Will sell oulllt cheap. Address "M,"
UOX 43, Times office.
WANTED- A rpeond-hand adding machine;
must lie In Kood londltlnu. Address J. W.
HIRI.1NHER. Takoma I'ark. Md.
HIOHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing, either ladies' or men's, stnd postal;
will call. II. TARSHES. 131S 7th st. N. W.
Phone North 499; i
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc.
Phone M. 12S2 for wagon, or have us call.
"WESCHLEICS," 920 Pa. ave. N. W. 1
WANTED-Furnlture' ror cash. Sell your
goods to the man who gives the most
money. See HOPWOOD. 8Ui and K. l
HIGHEST PRICES paid for all kinds of sec
ond hand clothing; ladles' and men: Crop
postal. M. HERMAN. 925 D St. N. W.
OLD ARTIFIcrAL TEETH-WIII pay good
prices; may be broken. FREEMAN, Room
203. Kenola Uldg., Hth and O. 1
ROOMS AND BOARD
WANTED rtooin and hnsi,1 llh home. like
siirrnunillnBs for widower wlm three rlili
dren. ages 1 II. and 8 vrars. must le rea
soluble A 'Ureas mi :,4 Times ofrb e 1
MV wauls baird und r-ou In
l-ri'sie ta mi. . ii.vo ur wcea
BOX U. limes otTlv.
BULLETIN OH AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
I)etallcl Information concerning the following opportuniUen may
be secured free of charRo uppn application to
BUREAU OP INFORMATION, UNITED STATES ' DEPARTMENT
OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING.
KEY TO AnBHUVlATjONB USiSl): I1L&W Krcv board, lodging and wash
ing. I'M I'er mouth. I'W-i'or week. PD-Pcr day. I'll I'or hour. U&L
l-roo, board and lodging. llUFAYM-Unftirnlshed house, uarden, fuel and milk.
EH English Hpcuklng. .Exp Experienced. Tr. Adv. Transportation may be
advanced umlor favorable conditions.
Unless othorwlso staled, It will beunderstood that all opportunities are of
a permanent nature, unu iuu nop in uesircd as soon as posBiDic.
S0 C.606. Somerset i,o. One married nun
for general Ini'iu work. Holland. r, lnl
Klans or Hwcdes, 1 cow, Krt nccjiwary.
tup. Tr. Adv., and deduced. $Ai PM,
house, garden and lud. If 'tire helps In
kitchen, 0UiJM, instead of l PM, and will
ITO-fCtS. Howard CO. One married man for
rarmlns: and dairying. Herman with ll'tlo
English. 10 cows. Home exp. Children re
mitted. Tr. adv., and ueducted. Green, 110
I'M; Exp. HMH PM, house, xnrden an.1
fuel. Will take single: Uree.l, (8 PM; rxp.
lit PM U&U Summer ray April 1 to De
cember 21. Wanted Feb. t.
870 tSTS. Fairfax Co. One married man for
dairy farm, to act as second man, Home
knatvlir at trucking. Scandinavians.
Poles, Belgians or Hollanders. 1U-13 cows,
Exp. No children permitted. tlO Tr. adv..
and deducted. -'S PU. I14U Wife to do
housework, cooking apd attend to poultry at
(10 PM. BU , ,
Fairfax Co. On single man for fun
eral farm work. J15-IM PM. U&U EE
immigrant accentable or American.
Montgomery Co. Man tn cut timber
and do some milking. Near city. M-5 I'W.
FOR RENT ROOMS
6th ST. N. E.. 822-Thre beautiful furnished
rooms, second floor; housekeeping; h. w. h.;
private home. '
P ST. N. W.. 1107 Comfortable middle room,
conveniently located, private family; rea-
Q ST.,- 1115 icor. Uthl iJirge. nice front
room, furnished, with all Improvements,
reasonable; one flight. 1
0th ST., lO.'2-Fuinlshed, thoroughly reno
vated rooms, central, near Carnegie Li
brary; hot- aterheat, boa rd. 1
ltiEAI. AIT. CO., 1S09 PA AVK. rooms,
recentlon and bath. fur. or unfur., tlo r n
large furnished room and kitchenette, nenr
bath, It, 1 large room, two beds, 3.00; one
hall room, tl W. Main 717T.
6th HT. N. W.. 10-Steam heated: bath each
floor; center location; II. SU a week upward.
M ST. N. W., 1315 Large front loom; well
heated; single room; southern exposure. N.
Hth ST. N. W.. HOJ-Apt. 1. Clean, warm, I
nicely furnished, trout room, suitable for
two. Call after 6.
PA. AVE. N. W.. llOS-tOpp. Raleigh)- i
Warm, sunny; hot-water always; no car
fare, rates j
r ST. n. w .
1203 Desirable rooms, over
Rooms For Rent.
COLORADO RENTAL. EXCHANGE. J. D.
ADKINS, Mgr. Choice rooms, all kinds.
every location. Free service to the roumeis.
421 Col. Uldg. Main 742. 14 Hi and U sis.
THE SHEPHERD. 10th and E sis. N. W.
Meals, breakfast, Za.. lunch. 2vi, dinner,
25c. 13.50 week.
12th ST. N. W., 06 Rooms with select b-ard;
steam heat; private bath, reaKondUle.
A CC A p W'lENTIKIC SWEDISH
t, iiin-yjr-Liji-t Scalp TreasTieiit. ile-
I chano-Therapy, OstoiHthy. t14 Kenols
Uldg, llti and G t. N. W. Appointments
at your home. 1
JVl. W 1LL1 AJVlO poolng, halrilressiug.
scalp treatment, lu lo
Caroline. 706 11th st. N.
W. M. 6610.
M1CC WFI l C Manicuring and Sralp
miOO WCULO Treatment. Hours 9 to
4. 2i O st. N. W, Apartment 2, third floor.
mMOUlLmilMJ HCAU treaimev:
Phone Main 7611. 716 Hth st. N. '.V.
MRS. ORA L. FIELD J3SNA$j(ANU
Treatment, face and scalp. Here for a khnrt
time onli Hi 11 N. W , 2nd floor
MISS JAMRRON, manicurist and chiropody;
hours, 10 a. m. to 6 p. in. 1212 New ork
ae. N. W . seennd floor.
I Till 1 CC C A DD SCAU' TREATMENT
. i11 VrviXIA FACIA U-. hours, lu tc
I Sunday. 11 to 2. 402 Kenols llulldliiK . !
DR. F1SK ELGIN, Specialist
rttoas Main 1011. 1211 Pa. av N v
LCJUIOC lYiAlcKbcai,, irtatn'ivi'!.
halrdressing all branches taught.
JOS Kenols Uldg., Hth & U. M.6634.
MISS CAIN Manicuring and Scalp Treat-
. .. ' "'f."'; '.. '"' kl w- W'
Apart. 1. Phone Main 7123,
. I . . . I '
f HD DCCn SPECIALIST.
J UK. KccU ;.oi n stp.kkt. J
The Most Important Advice
3. that 1 can offer to any man
J. wimnn who Is suffcrlnic irom
1 any ucute, chronic, or peclal '1ih-..
lo GKT WELL. 606. llucterla v.tc--!
clnes and till the new eui turns
v anti-toxins ndmlnlstcvcd. I'
! "-t- J"crh.n:na,,
, X "$ XVcUc'n j
IT lie-ill ng jaiBrri
T fonstlpatlon. Piles
f TBi- tin. Heart. HI
I X UifcOUSPH, ntuuitr.
lieitlnc Jatarrh. lndlKoslloii. T
es. Throat, Luim.4, f
Hlootl, and fc-kni Y
I .. UuruseH, IlluiilliMtlblil. nil staK-a J.
I J. of Hlootl I'tiHonlnff. rvervous and..
,1. fioncial Debility. l'liul'Kcs I,uv. .'.
t .1. M,rllcllies Furnished. Ultice Hour, j.
I .1. j0 to 1. 3 to b. Sundays. Ill to 12. T.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
MONEY TO IX) A.N on clt). suburban and
! larmliiK propel l. V M. tlURai'M.1 Elt. 2.3
Si. Paul St.. llRl'imore. Md.
MONEY TO IA3AN on real (state; lowest
; rates; prior paiusiii prlileKea; Urx
I amounts. TYLER ft Rl'THI.m-uKD. S17 Lin.
UoiL.ul.SU LOANbiA.NU o civ. OND THUHT.
Money to loan at 6 Par cent on District
Real Estate. Am amount Irom t.va to tj.tvt
on first oi seeond trust. In straight not or
monthly payments. Tskss only Ihrst ua
to make them.
PAUL V. MITCHELL 8 CO..
1413 O FT. N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN-I2M to 8J00.6M0 on D. c.
real estate.' Several trust lunda, 414 to I
per cent All transactions conducted wits
tcunuuucal consideration tur b.urowr.
WM. II. uAUNDEHS Si VX)..
Southern Ruildlng SO. liin st. N w
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, jdm a u
Readings dally; seances Tiles .t Thurt. eves.;
Frl., -' p. nt. Ph. Line. 3018. 315 N J. ae. bE.
TEST SEANCE tonight Mrs. C. Saunter
and her Indian guides will appear; com. at
I p. m.; 25 cents, children free; no stairs to
004 Hth St. N. W.
MRS. VOEGLER iS? wT&'S
a. 111. to I p. ill 604 F St. N, E.
Hon.. 2 P m 1030 sth si nw above Ubrary.
MR. HERBERT ,."."1:
l,rs best of Aarnlng. s'op hai slgMug,
shows our way clear, price, tl. U10 L N.W.
Including- boArd. Must be strong and of
8761360. Hudson Co. Blx Rood laborers lor
handling suit pork. Any EH. Married fcr
single. No. Tr. 16 :-3c to i0c PH.
876-MiO. Middlesex Co. 1'hlr'ty marrlod r.r
single men (or laboring work. Italians,
Hungarians or Poles, Roumanian or any.
good laborer acceptable. 10 Mr). l'i. i.c-ijc
Norfolk Co. One carpenter desired.
steady work year round, in PM, D&U.
District of Columbia.
Washington, D, C. Ono single woman for
general housework, mending and plain cov
ing;. Belgian, French, Swedish. Uanlsn,
Scotch or English. Wages according to
ability, aood home. Tr. adv.
667 203S. Norfolk Co. One companion to lit
tle girl aged 6 years. French nr llelulttn.
Knowledge of French required, ill I'M and
nil necessary attention and expenses. ClooJ
home. Tr. adv., and deducted.
WORKINQMEN There Is no limited time
buing from us, open all Ony and have
salesmen ready to wait on ou right, and nu
cannot go wrong, that's coming strong, see.
us for a slightly used suit or overcoat, vriv
low at 13 to J. one price. JL'BTH'B OLD
STAND, 619 D. 1
WM. J. McWHIRT, plain and decorative
pnlntlnir, graining and hardwood finishing.
II 6th st. N. W. Estimates cheerfully nhen.
HXVE YOL'll PAINTING done now. I can
save you money. We guarantee our ma
terial and workmanship lo tie the best.
James Rtevens, 1828 Fla. ave , Ph. North 2613.
WHY not save 20"i this month T Immediate
sen-Ice on painting. Line. 2793-J, R. C.
COOI.EY. 718 8th St. N. E 1
Mattresses and Box Springs.
SPECIAL-Halr nnd tut tnatttess's mad
over and renovated: all sixes, tl only.
KAULE REDDING CO.. 1309 7th St. N. W.
Ph. N. 8210.
Stenography and Typewriting.
EXPERIENCED public stenographer, fo
ly Continental Hotel, legal woik a
ROOM 45. 1416 F St. N. W.
PAPKHUANOING and printing. CHAB. R.
HYPAN, (18 II st. N. E . foimerly of 2f4
liast Cdpltol st Write ur iihone Lincoln 2.VJ.
Antique I-irnilure and Repairing.
bAVE 29-X on your antique furniture repair
ing, reflnlshlnK, upliolsterlug. M. 2711-J.
B J. UOliOWSKl, 12U8 Woter .t. S W.
Upholstering and Repairing.
DKI'ENDAIILU uph-jlslering, manufacturliifr
and repairing; furniture, mattresses cush
ions, aMilngs, etc., work done on your own
premises when dvslred. Ph. 1.. 1 702. J. F.
SMITH. 2103 Nichols ave.. Anacostlu.
IHFFALO A. I. O. PIN1f.
Sold bv (I El). A EMMONS.
21C6 Mt Pleasant st N. '.V.
HOW AHOLT THOSE DIRTY WINDOWS?
CAHOON ACMK' WINDOW ('I.EANINO
SERVICE. 21 C! ST. N. W. Main 71. J.
CARPETS THOHOLTSHLY AND t'UtE-
rull cleaned, rugs wuieu fiom old carpal'.
mattresxes tenotHted. Estlinaiis fuinit led.
ALIiERT KAHLEItr A CO.. Zi; U .. S. V .
M .-"OS. '
THE WORLDS MOST CKLEDRATED
PALMIST AND CLAIR t Ul A.ST.
Studio, 1318 Hth St. N. W.
CONSULT THIS lllFiLU LAD AND LE
'U.n l.S,iD i ullsuN.VLI. UK THE JION
LalY AND MMI.I1III uF HER WORIC
If ou are lu trouble of any kind, discon
tented, unliappy; hae had Had luck, or any
troubles thul auno ou, M. fapencel will tell
ou aoout them uud how to ovei-iouie ihent.
Her aavlce and asbisiaiue lme made thou
sands huppy. btlE HaS EAR.nESU.Y DE
U1EI) u till l.ltK 'jO IlilC. tAv-LUSIVE
STUDY UF 111.11 l'ROFriSSIUN. AND
blA.SDS TUOA1 WITHOI T AN KyU'AI. IN
HER WORK. She has masiriud eery se
iret pertaining to psi.hlc plienoiiii-na. and
has thorougln decloied uer phase of
mental meuiiimsliip. ALL WHO I UNSUTLT
I1KH ARE HLI1L TO OET THE UEST
THAT CAN HE HAD IN HER LINE, 'i he
. Madame will reruso to accept any !oe unless
he sues the utmost satisfaction. !
MAIlAM PIPI H when vou innsul her
mrturtiti ric.Luwm ronu,t the lMt
Reunites the separated. N. 14jj. L'S 7th nw.
l'Iairoants are liorn, not made. Madam
Jean bus been one since chlhlhoou, ncUao..!
edved by press and puollc to be tile gleanst
cla.rvoant in the world, can poltlel re
unite the uepnrnicd. Out a readlnK Irom this
remarkable iMiinan win ten oj numes,
' ,mts and facta without unking you a slmcio
' qu, silon. You hae a powei oi our own
eiteier tor Kood or evil. i iiltua.o the niMa.
... i. , . ... II .! .. .
Levntou It. Use It. vail nnd ne luiiini.eu,
I'm a. i' rooms, ou ne no one. 1'iitnle
leuklings arraiiKd b phone. N 2001. le
inaiient loi at.nn. 6li It St. N W.
READINGS ONE DOLLAR.
STUDIO. b4 1Kb st. N W I'houe M. 4111
THE LITTLE WHITE MOTHER
Mrs. lirace liray be Une dots nut in ce.it
u.iv la. In il.uti, ninl vnu will nnl lui li r
! one tent should ou lull to re.el.o ibe ln
i i' riiiHtlmi, Rdiie. and nssistiiiiLC vnu reuulrv,
. M.e biMa accurate dcjirip Ions, coirect loca
I Hon, full n Aim's, exact dutes, true laoti.
Word pli-tuies exery lm Idem nf our iiasi
piosrnt and luiure liie lalks ilovlv, flearlv.
,in..fl. un that win iii.i- f,.iiv nhpr . v rv
word. Tells of persons who have Ik en. tire
iio or will be In your life und whui their
thoughts, actions, intentions are lorn-eming-
win. Nn tiiiHi-enreseiitatlon Mine tie LoiiiTh
twenty ears ol Htittcsslul priti'tlce h. re Ih
guaranten that she will not take onr uiouev
for unsatisfactory inMsulliition. People vlutt
her who nrc able to dlM-rtminale hcivw-cn Ihe
ileeloieil and the undeveloped medium. oil
owe It to joursolf tn 8iv her 'lemre li i tov
,!"C NO HEE IN ADVANCE
Twenty scars In private leoideme.
Consulted bv llolh While and t nlolt-J.
AT HOME 10 A. V. To I. M.
730 STH ST. N. Y.
DELMAIN SISTERS J"
limits, i lair-
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ings, ; lest. ltn. 1- a. in. to p. in. Sun
day. 4 to tv. 6IS ilh st. N. V.
MRQ nAYFRrilc f'rp''t cmd
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ant. Readings, 2io up. Now IHjikt slS. W.
705 EIGHTH ST. N. W.
IMPRESSIONAL LIFE READER.
A Clairvoyant Misllc of Undoubted I'owers
TELLS YOUR NAME
Names of llioso you are most Interested In,
advising In full on nil subjects, business,
speculation, real estate, i'Iihimih, dlvoric.
love, courtship, when und who mt nmirv, if
ever, If swetheart nml friends are lalse or
true. Has reunited more stpaialeil tluin au
oilier rlalroant eei ever) iin- none
sIlRhtrd 11 a. in. to 9 p in "'nil todnv.
705 EIGHTH ST. N. W.
7I"MITA''ALMI8T. CARD IIF.ADEIt.
fd I.N I I 7-i. lllllllV 1V- ll.nn 1.1
the atparated, consult the best. 1224 itli nw. '
HltRT-On Monday, January .It, IM. t &
a. lit. at his resident, IS P street,
HENRY lltlltr, beloved husband of Ann.o
'Young Hurt, In the seventy-second Jti'f
of h!a age.
Funeral prhate, Wednesday, January :.
IHOIvEY-On Monday. January 21, JM6. at
Kill u. in., ni her residence. 1316 "lorhll
avenue noMhwest. MARY CATHERINE.
noioven uaugnicr or ilonora ana mo ium
John VV. Illckry.
Funeral from her late rcstleni'e. Thurs
day, January 27, 1916. at 1:30 n. m, Tlienco
to Ht. Paul's Church, Fifteenth and V
streets northwest, where, at t a. in., re
quiem high innss will lie sung for the re
pose of her soul. Friends and relatives are
invited to attend, '
(Notice for this column are accepted at (0
rents flat, either prose or poetry, In esse no
tice does not exceed ten Ilnis. And 10 tents
for each line In excess of ten.)
Embalmern. Funeral Directors.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER & LIVERY.
322 Pa. ave. N. W.
Telephone M. 13J5. WASHINGTON, D.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
Hid II Street N. I!. I.lnc. .1404.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
7.10 11th .Street S. E. Line. 13.10.
NEVIUS ft BROWN.
IK.0 New York Av. Mnln S587.
WILLIAM H. SARDO fit CO.,
40X irftreetN. B.Une. B4.
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S"SONS, Inc.
301 Knat Capitol .Street. Line. 372.
W. R. SPEARE.
04D F Street. Mnln 42S0-4281.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
443 7th Street S. V. Mnln 1H70.
THOMAS M. HINDLE,
Sth nml II 5ta. .V. v Mnln .1.17.
O. B. JENKINS,
P0.1 II St. X. W. Mnln 4804.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
Kill 7th St. N. U. Mnln 1000.
jOHN-R. WRIGHT CO..
1:1.17 lOJlt St. :. W. North 47.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
30.11 Bl St. X. V. Weat 00.
JAMES T. CLEA1ENTS' SONS,
1241 Wisconsin Ave. Went ROt.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO..
1014 .Mnasnchitsrlts Ae. Mnln S420.
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT,
-OOS l"n. Ave. West 1.11 15110.
ULRICW & BURDETTE.
1.1'JO W-Juconxln Air. Went OSO.
of every description moderate prices.
1214 F st N. W
Cedai Hill Cemetery
Washington's Newest and Prettiest
FOR WHITE PEOPLE
I.o: on sule and selllne rapidly. Buy
now and save 200. For limited time.
lots are sellitiK 2 times cheaper than
anv reinelery In the District of Colum
LOTS $5.00 UP-
Special rates to organizations and so
cieties. For further Information ad-
JOS. J. CAYLOR,
Treasurer. "03 Sth st. N. E
Telephone Line 9S1 Auto service.
I,ewia R. ami Edna V. Sieel. l-o.
Mlvestrl and Annina yujltroi I'K-iM. Klrl.
ChHrles A. und ltuili M. 1 crkins, Kirl.
i liarliH and Ida R. Olltf. bo.
Sam and Mtrali Missler, lo.
UiorKe .vl. and I'attlo M. Martin, Iniy.
Eugeiie 1'. and 1 (lorn-he E. Ldiane, Jr.. Rlrl.
baiiiui-i mid haunle Lidotf, Kill.
AbrHliam and Helen kalnlnsiN. Iwy.
Jonn J. and Elsie V. Horfinan, 1-ov
Anthony i. anu Emma M. ticract. loy.
t harles C. nnd Mar A Freer. Klrl.
Luiki and tiiazla Ercoll, wlrl.
Percv A. and Marsarel J. l)al. loy.
Milburti J. and Caiherlne T. .1 'onoliLe, ulrl.
hrantesco and l"tanfri-a Carhso, Loy.
llnrr . and Lillian M Ilrandt. Klrl.
Antonio und Collect ta Anastasla, bo.'
Julius and Renecia WjHtt. 1ki twins.
James A. and Rebecca SrlKKS. rlrl.
Thomas and Anna M. Miiiuis, .boy.
Lueene and Helen Smith. Ik .
William nnd Mary A. McSeill. girl.
Clatcnio O. and Rosa I j- li. islrl,
John II. nnd Rosa Hudnell, girl.
Lernard Hnd C'eltu llrlstol, plrl.
Uroy and Ueneiee Rets, boy twins.
Gcorcc D. Partons, !4 yearh, Emersency Hoe
pttal, Dora H. Murrav. 61 years, Georgetown Uni
John A t unuingham, f0 !ars, 1512 IT htrset
Annie E Cunningham. 03 enrs, 1011 K street
Jonn S inner, 69 years, Government Hospital
tor the Insane.
Victor M. Atuicrson, 49 years, l.overnmen.
HospilHl lor t.id Insane. i
Mnrv A. Happ. 7U cuis, 913 tflxlh street
Hi'iir.v Weizel. S3 jcars, 3271 P ttrect nortli-
Maigaret Di Mario, 00 cars. Emergency
Samuel K. Canln. 64 years, 104 Seventh
John F. u locker. 02 years, S V street r.orth-
Mai In U Reed, 76 )cars, 1UK! Monroe street
Frank Fomler, 77 ears, 407 It sirect north-
! Margaret siacnnii), .6 years,
' I1HI1 (lOillC IOT ASCll.
I Mary li Laid Un. 6j jears,
Mnrv NcrIoii, b cars. 1106 Horlda avenue
Mary C. Hlckey, 37 scars, 1316 Florida uvc-
Anna 1). Kerb', 61 scars, 317 C street bouth-
Sarah ,K. Turner. 83 yeurs, 17.'9 II street
Mary .1. Stafford, 74 jcars. 130S It street
EllialH'ih Onlden, 9 months 1919 Penns)-
Olive I.. 'Perkins, 3 das-, 719 (5 street sn-ilh-
Infant of David nnd Annie Kcppell, 10 inln-
io ''ol iiihla llnspltal.
Annie E. Harper, 60 years, 319 T street nonli.
Thomas J. Young, 46 years, Frcednien's
Emma' Harder, 44 j-cars, 229 V slreot north-
Charles Dognn, 33 sears, Frccdmen's Hos-
Samuel Illuc, 61 j-ears, Washlnqtnn sslum
Lcroy Taylor, 9 roonths, Knox Inne, tlar.leld,
Infant of Philip and Eva O. Hideout, 6
hours. Georgetown University Hospital.
Idella U. I.ee, 8 months, 811 Twents'-fourth
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Tarnt and Foreign Cards; East India Crvstsl.
Ladles only (LICENSED) Cloeed Himday.
Reference as 737 1 i.u M vf Second floor
to ability. ,JI ,IH1 " W'.j1V:.,pm.
THE ORiaiNAI. AND ONLY
DEBORAH' KKn OK AI'1' palm-
, LUUftAn IBTS AMI MEM'-llS
Lnough suld. At liume. 720 19th st. VV.
Srectel Notices 4
COAI. of bvst quant ill any quantity
Soedlal urle Jn imu-ioii iuls ur nior. o
M EpWARUt). 'iW 7l tL N. V' Plions
North J r I
DUnWC M nti for tire troubles, tn.
i mvsiil i vi sianlaneoiis service day
or nignt. All slxe Urea and tubes In hoik.
A1IIU SERVICE CO., Isl6 N. Hamp. nve.
IXlltl) touring car, lnH, lUlly equipped, self
slirter. PKHRLEHH 7-liassenser 'touring
car. MAXWGI.d 4-cyllnder l-pusssnger lour-
ln inr. v ill sell ciicap. i;au lit K st. N.
W. Main T03I. After 6 call North 7.27. P
COUIMIIIA LIMOUSINE, till model; good
condition; additional touring body. Phono
Main 1112. .
ROB & BARNET. Experts in all kinds of
auto repairing. Ford repairing a specialty.
We guarantee our service to be the beat in
town. Instantaneous service, day or night.
710 OBT. N. W. l
ACTON, m Hth at. N. W.
LI. lamps and radiators repaired.
Ool.m Jlule Shop. Ph M. 2f
Ford Valve Grioding, $2.25. 'il
Ws'Il save you 20 on all rour auto repair
Inc. All work 70c per hour.
W. B. KIKB A SON. 1311 R st. N. W.
MANUFACTURER of mud guards, hoods,
gasoline tanks, radiators, auto lamps.
Metal Art Shop. Ph. K, 23U3. 12W ltth iiw.
ONE FORD TOURING CAR in good running
order for sale reasonable. Apply nzu -.oih
St. N. W. 1
CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON,
AND AUTO WORKS
D. M. LOYD. Manager.
Truck and Automobile. Hodles to Order.
REAR OF 413 TO 451 EYE STREET N. W.
Pslntlnr and lettering a Specialty,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1
MAIN 7151 Dny or Nijht.
12 blocks, inc. City proper. 75c tl to 81 hur
1914 Merkle one-cylinder; excellent condition;
bargain, JCu. Ul North Carolina ave if. E.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
10 HEAD horses and marcs, out of work,
weight from 1.000 to 1,400 lbs.; must be sold
by the IPth ot Feb. Apply 11 CC Uth St. N. W.
SEVEN HORSES AND TWO tild MARES.
Sold for the want of -use. near U Pa.
ae. N. W. (north side).
FOR SALE Cheap, s good work norsss una
one well broken for children, near 1211 aoJ
1220 C st. 8 W.
APARTMENTS TO LET
DESIRABLE NEW APARTMENTS.
131i PARK ROAD N. W.
Apartments of 4 and b rooms, and bath, t-1
and HO, all outside rooms. Open for Inspec
tion. C. ELTON JAMES,
406 Southern Hide:. Phone Main 61
L ST. N. W., I04 Best li-room apartment In
the city for colored tenants; rent, only
l2i;Z; a. m. 1.. JESSE L. HE1SKELU HOJ
11 St. N. W. '
To Desirable Colored Tenants.
1900 ,1rd st. N. W attractive apartment nt
5 outside rooms and bath, porch, steam beat
and yood Janitor sen Ice. 125.00.
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
815 Fifteenth Street.
I'OR RENT 1036 6th N. E. (Uiy next uoori:
the best S-room apartment In city for I!.
per month. Apply JOS. J. CAYLOR. 723 oth
st. N. E.
FOR RENT HOUSES
'S! Fairmont st., J rooms and bath 'IJ.CO
jstO rl nt'., 6 rooms and bath :'0...O
323 F st lie.. 6 rooms and bath 22.IU
I 711 5th st. N. E , & rooms and bath I flat I. 22 It)
I 6i4 : st. ne. R rooms and bath Hla!) XI.'O
FRANCIS S. DUNIGAN
61S Hth at. N. W. Phone M. 6M.
FOR RENT MIX-ROOM URICK HOUSE,
largevrear ard; lias just been papered and
put In thorough repair, rent, 111.50. No1. &3
Morton st. nw Key In 631.
H. F. SAU'L CO., 834 N. Y. ave. nw. M. 271.
2014 l'ORTNER FU. 6Rr & a t30.&
1447 1 st. pn., 7 rooms and bath JT.iD
1C U st. nw.. 8 rooms and bath 412.50
Heat and hot water Included In the above.
2019 Portner pi.. 6 rooms and hath 23.39
2031 Portner pi., 6 rooms and bath 23.60
titore. 2102 Hth st. nw.. with living
quarters above . S3. 00
Apply Manager, the Portner. 10th and V nw.
DES1RAULE MODERN HOUSES FOR COL
609 10th st. ne., 7 rooms, bath, good order.20.0d
1411 p st , 0 large rooms, water H.;u
M N. II. ae . 6 roortis, bath, reduced.. 11. :0
And ariouH others, ranging In price Horn
17.50 up. Call for list.
THE F II. SMITH COMPANY.
813 Fifteenth Street.
FI.A. AVE. N. W.. &7I Four-room house;
water and gss; J13.00, whlio tenants. Key
at 916 W st. N. W.
FOR RENT STORES
STORE AND FLAT,
lairge modern store and 3 room and bath
Mat; cellar; rent, S25.50. U06 7th St. n. w.
II. F. SAUL CO.. 934 N..Y. ave. n w. Mnln
FOR SALE HOUSES
:: and 904 12th STREET N E.
)fl, seven and eight room homes
Extra Large Sleeping Porches
3,6O0 to $1,500.
i:00 Cash, balance monthly.
, Greatest Value in Homes
Open to 9 p. m. Dally. Come out.
H. R. HOWENSTE1N,
1314F st. N. E.. or 7W H st. N. E.
CNPRECEDENfEDHARGAlN IFSOLD IN
10 days, senil-octachrd house near Has.
Capitol si.; 10 light rooms; a. 111. 1., Ileal
home, line Investment, room lor gaiage. In
vestigate. W. U. WALKER. Phone M. i
LOOK THESE OVER!
COMPLETE IN EVERY LETA1L.
One and One half tfqi.a.-ea l-luia
On Htt t. N. E., but. North Carolina ave
and C at. On of the moat beautiful loca
tions tn the city. 6 rooms, tile bain, Uiss
lot, porch. All modern improvements,
only UOO iab and balance tike tsnt.
per mouth. Including luterest and principal
Open dallv and Bunday until In. -,
HOW TO HE YOUR OWN I.ANDI.OHD
on 1100 cash and 81 j month, at
CHEVY CHAKE. For full paitlculars dioa
postal, telephone, or call on WM. If.
RITCHIE. 317 Colorado Uldg. Tel. M. CJ31.
UEAUT'FUL 6-ROOM UUNOAIOW. fruit,
porches, 5c car fare; 3 nice lots; high snfl
healthy; one block from new 'public school.
PRICK ONLY, tl.6M; terms, flOO cash, Dal'.
Hi month. O. O. ZANTCHNZER. 9CJ New
York ave. N W.
" BTflRE AND DWELLING,
629 PA. AVE B. E Four living rooms,
lot 3xll0. 1'tesent tenant has been on piem.
Ises for over live stars For particulars ap
ply 10 C. W NF.WHlirsER. 421 East Capi
tol at Phone Line. 2CP8 1
dTOREROOM and dwelling. 'Ko II St. t I
Cheap. .BOX L Time olftoe. 1