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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 5.-1916.
1 9 r MORGAN PARTNER'S SON ASKS DIVORCE Rich Boy-Poor Girl Romance Is Wreoked in Court Year After i Marriage. NEW YOniC. Fob. 5. Here'a Cupid agriln bawling his lungs out again at the portal of a dlvorco court. Ray mond AVInthrop Bowdoln has sued for a dlvorco from Elizabeth Moloney JDowdoin, whom he married In Jersey City, Dec. 2, 1814. Each Is twenty yearn old. Master Raymond Wlnthrop Bow doln 1b tho non of James, Sullivan Bowdoln. who Is connected with tho firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. He was a cousin of tho Into George 8. Bowdoln who was one of the most prominent partners In tho Morgan concern as was Qcorftc S. Bowrtoln'a son, Temple, who died December S, 1914. Both James Sullivan Bowdoln and young Raymond are wealthy. Tho family of Mrs. Elizabeth Ma loney Bowdoln Is not wealthy, one would judgo from their very modest home In an upper east side flathouse, TjMth faded carpets and dim gaslights In tho hallways, and with two fam ilies to a floor. Met Her At Ounce. But tho girl Is very pretty. She has clustering tawny hair, blue eyes In rather narrow lids, set fetchingly oblique, her youthful form slim but with sinuously rounded lines. Sho Is said also to have received consider able of an education, to have wit and personality. , Not everything could be learned of the romance that la now stranded on divorce court shoals. But ' It was, at any rato In so far ns the Bowdoln family knows, quite In tho same way of the rich boy-poor Klrl affair, an elope ment. The youthful Bowdoln had met hor at several dances. Tho marrJoge license, obtained In Veehawkcn a week beforo the cere mony, described young Bowdoln as being twenty-three years old. Set Up Own Home. Tho following morning Master Ray mond presented his bride at his own luxurious home In West End avenue. It is said that she and her husband re mained thero several days until they let up a home of their own. It Is further known that they sepa rated last Juno for what cause la not known. The greatest secrecy was ob oerved In filing the dlvorco papers, nnd although they have been on rec ord since January 1, tho dlvorco action did not becomo knovn until yesterday, when Supremo Court Justice Nowberger was askod to appoint guardians for Bowdoln and his wife. Under the namo of Bessie Bowdoln young Bowdoin's wife Is In the chorus of "Around tho Town" which Is now playing in Philadelphia. Defense Mass Meeting to Be Held at Chevy Chase A mass meeting in the interest of military .preparedness will be held In tho library building at Chevy Chaso at 8 o'clock Thursday night. Congressman Venablo of Mississippi will make tho principal address. Stanton J. Peelle. former chief Justice of the Court of Claims, will preside. It is planned to have the officers of Company K, First Infantry, Maryland National Guard, In attendance In uni form. Invitations have beon sent to General Galther, commanding the M. N. G-. and to Col. Charles S. Little, commanding the First Infantry, of the M. N. G. Old Guard to Take Part in G. A. R. Department Camp Final preparations have been made by tho Old Guard. G. A. R., for participa tion in the department encampment of the Department of the Potomac to be held next week at G. A. R. Hall. Cap tain Mlddleton has been appointed of-ncer-of-the-day and Lieut. R. H. Cook otflcer-of-thc-guard for the encamp ment. The Old Guard will receive and escort the department commander. An nouncement was made at the last meet U'K,.?f the old Guard 0r. the death, lu Baltimore, of former Lieut. Thomas T. Tittle. Lecture to Be Given On Capital Charities "Washington's Charity Organisations" will be tho subject of an address by "Walter S. Ufford, secretary of the As sociated Charities, at the Church of tho Reformation tomorrow evening. The lecture will be illustrated. This la the second -in a scries of talks upon various municipal agencies In ashfngton. E. L. Thurston, superin tendent of schools, will tell of the school system and Major Raymond V. Pull man will tell of his department in sub sequent lectures. North Citizens to Meet Monday at Gage School Special attention of the members of the North Washington Citizens' Asso ciation is called to the-fact that the meetltiR of tho association t be next Monday ovcntnir will be at the Gaco 6chool. Second street northwest, near Notices of the meeMnsr have'boen sent to citizens throuKhout the territory cov fed by lt with invitations to attend the iheotin and participate In the work of tho fisBoclalon. Motor Rural Carrier Wanted for Maryland A civil service examination will be held In Washington and Annapolte, March 11, to obtain ellglbles for ap pointment as motor rural carrier In Anne Arundel county, Md. The salary on motor routes runs from Sl.DOO to $1,800 a year. The successful applicant will be r) quired to furnish und operate liln own motor vehicle. Only those living in ;he territory served will be eligible for ap pointment. Civic Pride Subject of Shoemaker's Address rians to niaho the current year a banner period In the history of the Connecticut Avenue CltUens' Associa tion will be discussed In the assembly hull of tho Army and Navy Prepara tory School on Wednesday evening. An address on civic pride will probably be made by I.nuls p. Shoemaker, president ut the UiisMwood Citizens' Association. FollowinR the business meeting a buffet luncheon will be served. SMOKE IN T RESULTS IN FLURRY A temporary flurry was caused at tho Capitol late yesterday afternoon when the odor of smoke drifted through one of the lower corridors. Because of tho Ottawa fire, excite ment was Intense for a few minutes. A .small fire In a closet on tho ground floor in a corridor adjacent to tho Senate Committee on Rules was discovered. Two buckets of water thrown on the flames by Charles "West, one of the colored men on duty In the vicinity, extinguished the blaze. It is supposed spontaneous combustion caused the fire. Because of tho Ottawa fire, special precautions are bolng taken both with respect to watchfulness tigalnst 8 eligibility of flro and guarding the apltol from cranks. Urges Socialist for Possible Tariff Board Appointment of a Socialist, a Progres sive, a Republican, and two Democrats as the personnel of the' proposed tariff commission was urged today by Con gressman London, Socialist. He eald each party polling, over 600,000 votes should have representation. "It Is utterly absurd," said London, "to seek In the tariff a proper subject of division along political lines. When selfish Interests make protection desir able, political affiliations have been un hesltatlnuly disregarded. Tho people can hardly get a fair chance at revising tho tariff downward, a problem with which political parties have been play ing football a hundred years." Car Strikes Wagon. A Washington Railway and Electric Company car at Fourteenth street and Rhode Island avenue northeast did $25 damage to tho wagon of tho House of Detention by striking It yesterday. Thomas J. Dawson, in chargo of the vehicle, and H. E. Thompson, the driv er, escaped Injury. EDUCATIONAL Washington School of Accountancy New semester begins Fell. 4. Prepares for C. P. A. and business. Freo bulletin. THOS. YVv WA1.TO.V. V. M. C. A 17311 G St. N. W. WASHINGTON BUSINESS and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 1817 N, Y. ave. M. 4804. W. C. Potaet, Frln. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE BOO Storage Rooms, 91.00 per mo. up. MOVING, PACKING by Kzperts. J.ow Rates. UNION STORAGE CO., 414 3d at. Main 4374. . MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! Advanced On storage. UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAGES CO.. 8th nnd D t. nw. Ph. M. 6308. Estimates on Packing nnd Shipping. FIREPROOF STORAGE 140 Separate Locked Itoomi, $2.00 Month Tip. Merchants' Transfer and Storage Co. Main 0900. 920-922 E St. N..W. "SAFETY FinST." ABSOLT'TELr FIREPROOF STORAGE. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. Rooms, 12.00 and up. Moving, Packing. Phone Main 4328. 4U-420 10th ut. N. W. Washington, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex press Company, 1017 H St. N. E. Ph. Line. 3970. Fre moTlncr for ator Nice. N. 3343 or N. 3344, SMITH'S TII.VN8FKK ft storage: co.. oia S. Wight Ph. N. 809a, MOVING fiiKd-.8 Phone M 2010-2011. KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1238 II Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKING. AND 3HIPPINO. CLEAN, dry atorafce for turnlture and piano. Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'S, 820 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main 1282. LOST AND FOUND STRING OP PEARL HEADS with r'llnestone clasp; lost Friday afternoon. Reward. MRS. M. R. BOURNE, Apt. 406, the Argyle. 3220 17th st. N. V. - GOLD MEDAL-W. C. T. L. with name. D. F. FIHIIER." on back. Reward. 1223 Glrard at. X. K.. North 717-W. 1 EYEGLASSES with automatic pufattaohed. Liberal reward If returned to MRS, SIMP BON. 475 II st. N. W. HOl'ND Female, brack and tan; long ears; family pet; J10 reward. l22 j3th st. N. V. HELP WANTED MALE HARHKR-Flrst-class, steady work. 1211 QooJ Hope road, Anacostla, D. C. 1 ELEVATOR CONDUCTORSSlx. Apply to Head RUman. Raleigh Hotel. GROCERY CLERK. Apply i'402 11th at. N. W. HOTEL WAITERS. 830; bus boys. 825; help's hall wa(tenr. 30; white at once. FISHER'S AGENCY, 419 10th St. N. W. HOTEL NIGHT CLERK, S60. loom nnd board; out of city. DICKS HOTEL AGEXCT. LINOTYPE OPERATORS KELLY PRINT I NO CO.. 707-15 Grant pi. N. W. MAN At once, that can paint and Is handy around apartment house, also man to deal up. 327 2nd ht. X. E: NIGHT WATCHMAX-RITRGBSS HOTEL AGENCY. 603 10th st. X. W. WHITE MAN Competent, for driver: cash deposit required. ELECTRIC SANITARY LAL'NDHY. 133T, H st. N. E. YOUNG MAN about 18 to to learn trade. Apply 412 Rcrry & Whltmore Bldg. 1 YOUNG MEN FOR locomotive firemen Experience unnecessary. Give age. . BOX 08. Times office. HELP WANTED FEMALE FINISHER and buttonhole maker on men's custom vests. 437 7th st. N. W., 3rd floor, room H'. GIRL wanted for general ho iseivurk to go home ut nights. 312S M st. N. W. GIRL for general 'housework; no washing. JgiU Ij st. r. w. ilOTEL AVAlTtt ESSES, JS week and board; also maids, 117 to 125 month; all white. Apply DICKS HOTEL AGENCY, 12th and Pa. ave. N. W. LAUNDRY MARKER-Experlenced, and ex per enced assorter; also an experienced bundle wrapper. PALACE LAUNDRY, 731 Jthst i MILLINERY TRIMMERS and makers; ex- i'""""' .ftiiy iiua m. times ortli'e. WAITRESSES Experienced, u anted at oner. Hieadv work. Applj CONGRESS LUNCH. 204 1st St S. E. HMrtMBWIgffiMt ftjWswfl I HELP WANTED Male and Female. HOLICITORS-Thrce, hustling; men or "worn en, who possess ability and energy, tq work on a salary or commission. Apply to hm r st. N. w. i FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished E ST. N. W 181 Two largo furnished rooms for housekeeping; second floor; adjoining bath. 11 ST, N. W., 818 Furnished rooms, J1.C0 up; large frontj central; reasonable. p LAMONT ST. N. W 1211 One or two 2nd floor furnished rooms. Col. 2808. IDEAL APT. CO., 1803 Ta. ave. Two rooms, front, completely furnished, (20 month; large room, 2 beds, electric lights, (3.60 week ly. Phone M. 7177. 6th ST. K. W., 1022 In private Oerman fam ily; steam heat, bath. Phone. Suitable ene or two, 85. i 8th BT. X. V 607 Largo front second floor room, steam heated, reasonable. p 6th ST. N. W., 408 Newly papered fiont baaeroent; h. k.; other rooms, 61.23 and 81.60. th ST. N. W.. 412 Furnished Urge recond lloor front; h. k. ; other warm rooms. 81. DO nnd 82. Sin ST. N. IS., 822-Three beautiful furnished rooms, second floor; housekeeping; n. w. h.. private home. N. CAPITOL ST.. 1523-Neatly furnished moms for gentlemen. 1 Unfurnished. 341R PROSPECT AVE.-Three unfurnished rooms) heat, gaa and uso of telephone: 118 per month. West 1010. IDEAL APART. CO., 1S09 Pa. avs.-Four rooms, reception hall and batb; steam, Janitor. 82k Main 7177. OVER RICB'B BTUDIO-Deslrable rooma. Inquire at Btudlo, 1203 F st. ! Furnished or Unfurnished. M 8T. N. W., 405 Furnished and unfur- ni3um rooms, an mouern improvements; lates reasonable. i M ST. N. V.. 414Furnlshed- and unfuT. rooms; cheap, Apply after . ! Wanted. TWO ADULTS WANT two or three I. h. k. rufmis, nortmvcai; must dc reasonaDie, i.ti.x 71. Times office. l ROOMS AND BOARD 2148 PA. AVE. N. W.. Tho Auburn-All bright, sunny, beautifully furnished rooms, with hot nnd cold running wator, etram heat; direct car dpi-i'Ipa: mnJnraln rate. Phim. West 1316-W. TABLE BOARD THE SHEPHERD, 10th and K sts. N. -Y. Excellent meals; breakfast, 2Dc; lun;'ii, 2Cc; dinner. 23c; 83.50 week. L ST. N. V 809 Two meals, T2.60; 3 meals, 3J.M. K ST. N. W., 945 Good Virginia cooking; 2.G0 week for two meals a day. 12 per week for three meals a day; give us a trlnl, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS DON'T WASTE TIME writing by hand: renting an UNDERWOOD and using, it In your correspondence means special' attention pold to your letters. "The machine you will eventually buy." UNDERWOOD TYPE. WRITER CO.. 1208 F st. N. W. REAHONABIJE to Immediate purchaser, baby carriage, go-cart, crib, nursery chair. 616 Randolph pi. N. W. THE EHUILT TYPEWRITER CO. (INC.), 717 12th St. N. W. Main K34. Buy, sell, rent and repair typewriters. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. LET US ESTIMATE on cleaning and repair ing your typewriter; all work guaranteed. We also buy and sell second-hand machines on commission; give us a trial. Call M. 2980 for quick aervice. UNIVERSAL TYPE WRITER REPAIR, CO.. 818 F St. N. W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS "WANTED-DIAMONDS. ALL SIZES. FOR SPOT CASH. KAHX OPTICAL CO., 625 7th St. N. W. HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing; either ladlea" or men's; send postal; Will call. B. TARSUES, 1308 7U at, X. W. Phone North 489. i WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M! 1282 for wagon, or have us call. "WESCHLER'S," 920 Pa. ave. X. W. 1 IIR1NO US YOUR Old Gold and Broken Jewelry. also diamonds. AS WE NEED IT FOn MANIFACTUP.JNG PURPOSES, HIGHEST PRICES PAID. A. KAHN, MS F ST. N. W. WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your goods to the man who gives the most money. See HOPWOOD. 8th nnd It 1 HIGHEST PRICKS paid for all kinds of sec ond hand clothing; ladles' and men; drop postal. M. BERMAN, 925 D St. N. W. OLD ARTIFICIAL TEETH-WIU pay good prices; may b broken, FREEMAN, Room 101. Kenols Bldg.. 11th and G. I PERSONALS MRS. COHEN Sr. Sham- rial Treatment, Body Masnagc. and nther branches, at oir home 212 Kenols Bldg.. mn ana ii. upen wunuay. Plume col S72-.I LOUISE MAIERS;. chiropody, halrdresslnir all branches m.iirhv Open Sun. SOS Kenols Bldg., 11th b a. M.CS.T4. ! lv1A9(sAr,F-s,'1BN'T1TO Swedish mn.OOrt.VJl scaip Treatment. Me. chsno-Therapy. Osteopathy, appointment at your nonie. mi nenols uing. A'ISS CAIN Manicuring and Pralp Treat- Apart. 1. Phone Main 7425. 1 MISS JAMERON, manicurist Jii.l chiropody; hours. 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 1212 New York ave. N. W.. second floor. i MISS WELLS Manicuring and sTaTii "uo """" Treatment. Hours to 4. SS3 O st. N. W. Apartment 2. third Moor. ! MRS.ORA L. FIELD "ob Treatment; face and scalp. Here for 4 short time only. 815 II N. W.. 2nd floor. MANICURING. SCALP TREATMENT. , PHONE MAIN 7311. 710 11th ST. N. W. MISS RABFR uanicuhinoj 1,1103 OADCn ShAMi.001NJ. SC.Vf.P ireaiinnit. ua u St.. opp. i . H. l'eiislu,i uit, MARILDA WILLIAMS. Manicuring, Shiun. pooing. hnlrdresslng. tcalp treatment; 10 to 7. Apart. 21, The Caroline, 708 11th St. X. W. M. 6640. ! DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist Foods Main SOU. 1283 Pa. ave N. T. IHR RPPH SPKCIALIST. T LI. ICCU 104 17 STRKKT. V ? The Most Important Advice f J. that I can offer to any man tr X J. wiman who Is suffering from.'. J. nnv nelltA plirnnln .t sna.lal il. I . eaxo Is to take Immediate steps -! lo okt WELL 606. Bacteria vac- clnes and all tht now ceriums and -! 1 antl-toxlns adnilnlsteicd. lilood;-- icaiB iiiuud. i.iiuuruiory etocKod v with everything the best In medi- v :meo. uver m yeurd practice In T 1 treating Catarrh, Indigestion, ! Constipation, PJles, Throat, Luna Brain, Heart, Hlood, and Bkln T Diseases, Rheumatism, all stacks V of Blood Poisoning, Nervous dndT General ueninty. Charges Low. T v ; ri"v a "a., j 7.rr' . J ."' MMHPlflPH niirniviisiM llTllpn unt. i aw w m v v ouiiuttj'o, iu to '12, H!rh FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WILL SELL MY tl.500 EQIITY IN NEW 35.000 house. Mt. Pleasant. fc bloi k from 14th ft., or exchange for small house or de slrablr building lot In Takoma Park. 11 K Dean. H16 tilj sl Tikouia 1'ark, Telephone isOlfl t)lB2 I BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed Information concerning tho following opportunities may bo secured frco of charpo upon application to BUREAU OP INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OP LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. KEY TO AfeDREVIATiONB USED: BL&W-Frea board, lodging and wash. In. PM-Per month. PWPer week. PD-Por day. PH Psr hour, n&tr Freo board and lodging. HQF&M-Un furnished house. Barden. fuel and milk. EB-Eng Ish speaking. Exp-Exnerlenced. Tr. Adv.-Transportatlon may b advanced under favorable conditions. Unless otherwise, tated, It will bunderatood that all opportunities r of a permanent nature, and tho help Is dtslrcd as soon as possible. FARM LAUUUEK. Maryland. 870 MM. Baltimore Co. One married man for general farm work. Any ES. I cows. Eip. Children permitted. ISO PM year round, house, garden, fuel and milk. Wife to help at washing. Virginia. 8703597. Orange Co. One married man for milking, gardening, etc. lletglsn, Nor wegian or Oerman. Other whlto EH. Kxp. or BTten. Children permitted. It ery small. No Tr. 1100 per annum at first, board and fuel, Connecticut. (707017. Connecticut. Near Hartford. Conn. Wanted about I0J Negro farm laborer for tobacco culture. Etperlenced men 82.25 per day, others 11.75 I'D, unfurnished house, garden and fuel free. Some work for women at cooking and laundry work. Hoth married and single wanted. Wanted about April 1. District of Columbia. Ffcrm near Washington, married man wanted at 820 per month. Including unfurnished house, gardsn. fuel and vegetables. Must have some exp, COMMON LABOR. Maryland. 878 14S4. naltlmore Co. Wanted ten or twelve boys about sixteen years of nge to break ends oft blowers pipes semi-rough work. 14 PW to start. When proficient v. Ill cam 87 to 87.00 PW. Pennsylvania. Ml 53. Fayette Co. Unlimited number . of machine miners and coke drawers desired. Austrlans and any others. Married or single. 4oc, 48c and Me for 42-buahel wagon. Drawing coke at 11.05 and 11.15 per oven. No Tr. 451-54. Payette Co. Unlimited number of coal miners and coke drawers wanted. Polish preferred any others. Married or single. 4V: and hie for 0-buihel wagon; coke drawing $1.10 and J1.0J per oven. No Tr. CT1 53. Centre Co. Wanted TM miners and mine loaders. Slavonian. Married or sin gle. Pick miners 72c per ton, loaders 4?c per ton 8 hours PD. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. 14M 50th BT. K.,W 4r. gas. water.... 810.71 LOUI5AP. SHOEMAKbK, 220 FOUTIIERN IiriLDINO. 1032 0th st. n. ., 5 rooms and bath 12.50 am. .. . . a .1. - M in. Dili si. Tl. p.. u room mm nam i...v I il(-i"i' uir mi' uiii-nt, liihti uuu .i. apartments In the city for the money. Keys at 723 .'ith St. N. K. . TltR IORTNEn. 15th and U Ml N. W. Unusual opportunity to -cure choice location 6 rooms, b of which are front WW E rooma 4.1.00 6 rooms, to sublet 42.80 Light Included In rent. Kvery'.hlng first rlns. Dining room. Bellboy. All-night dfMitors. Itcslilcnt nanttter. 11th ST. N. W.. 7.17 Four rooms and bath; lint-water h:.t J.T0.M. . Bachelor's Apartments. 16th AND I STS. (The Hnlfour. Apt. 2)- Two rooms: built-in shower In bathroom; large closet with window, apartment newly naDered and painted throughout: western ex posure: .sixth floor) electric lights cr (hi; tele phone in apartment; uii-nigiit elevator serv ice; alet and maid senlco avallnSlo In building; Immediate occupancy. FOR SALE HOUSES - ONLY 82M CASlf RnQ.UI.lEI TO BUY good brick house nenr 18th and U sts. nw. Prlcp, $2,500. Will make good home for col ored purchaser. James M. Woodward, 723 20th st. N. W. IX) II SALE Colonial house, substantial peh bledssh and brick with stone trimming. S510 New Hampshire ave. N. W. near 2 car lines; 7 rooms, pantry and tiled bath, large closets, dressers In kitchen and pantry, weatherstrips throughout, comfortable home or good In vestment; owner having left city olTers house at low price. Keys at ISSt Oak St. N. W. 1 LOOK THESE OVER! , HEFOnK BUYING. COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL On and One-bait Squares From UNCOIL rAIUC. On 11H st. N. E.. bt. North Carolina avs. and C st. One of the most beautiful loca tions In the city. 8 rooms, tile bath, largt lot. porch. All modern Improvements. Ouly 8100 cash and balance tills rent. $21.50 per month. Including Interest and principal. PRICE, $2,250. Open dally and Sunday until o. m. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOUK1NGMEN The careful man has cash to burn, and dcesn't give a dern, and we know thl- Is so, as they buy from us. and so save about 26 per cent on new pants, and dollars on slightly used suits: 13 buys big valu; one price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 815 D. 1 Paperhanging. PAPEIHIANGING and painting In all Its branches. CIIAS. It. IITBAN, 818 11 st. N E Phone Lincoln 2238. Mattresses and Box Springs. SPECIAL Hair and tut mattresses mads over and renovnted: all sixes, 81 only. EAUI.E BEDDING CO.. 136 Ith St. N. W. Ph. N. 6210. Painting. WM. J. McWHIRT, Plain and decorative painting, graining and h.rdwood finishing. 711 Cth it. N. W. Kitlmates cheerfully glvn. 1IXVF. YOUR PAINTING done now. I can save you money. Wo guaranteo our ma terial and workmanship to be the best. James Stevens, 18'S Flu. ave.. Ph North 2618. Paints. 11LFFAIX) A. h. O. PAINTS SOLD HY GEO. It. GILL 642 Ta. live. S. E . Phone Uiu- 1S7S. Antique Furniture and Repairing. SAVE 20 on your antique furnltura repair ing, rennlshlnp. upholsturln.. M. 27U-J, S. J. EOROWSIvl. 120 Water st. 3. W. Window Cleaning. HOW ABOUT THOSE DIRTY WINDOWS? CAIIOON ACME WINDOW CI-fiANINO SERVICE. 421 G ST. N. W. Main 7159. Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE- fully clcuned. rugs woven from old carpets. mattressni renovated. Estimates furnlslie.l. ALBERT KAHLERT & CO.. 252 B St. S W. M. 2(20. AUTOMOBILES FORD VALVE GRINDING. 8J.MAVe'U auve you 20 on all your auto repairing. All worts 70o per hour. W. S- Klea A- Hon. 1841 It. n. w. COLUMBIA LIMOUSINE, 1911 model; Rood I ,..-. flrflllfinal tniirln tvi.1' Phnn. UUI1UU1UII, nuumwH" .-.... v, .,w. Main 1112. BOB & BARNEY, Experts In all kinds of auto repairing. Ford repairing a specialty. We euuraniee our service to be the best In town. Instantaneous service, day or night. 710 O ST. N. W. ' 1 CTON. 408 Hth st. N. W. LLI. lamps and radiators repaired. 1 Golden Rule Shop. Ph. M. 1421. Automobile Repairing. CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON, AND AUTO WORKS a. M. LOYD. Man.ger. Truik nnd Automobile Bodies to Order. REAR OF 40 TO 451 EYE STREET N. W. MAIN 314.,. Palntlnc and lettering a Specialty. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1 TRADES. Indiana. (133. Lake Co. Fifteen squeeser moldere desired. Married or single. 84-15 PD. Michigan. 878 1&0J. Chippewa Co. Twenty-five experi enced ctnvnn glove makers Wanted. Mar ried or single. Women and girls preferred, men accepted. Wages depend on ability. 10 hrs. PD. No Tr. Now York. 88882. Erie Co. Machinists and assemblers wanted when positions are open. Any na tionality. Married or single. Machinists Z7Hc to JSc VIU Assemblers 30c to Oc PH. 9 to H hr. PD. N6 Tr. 8781448. Erie Co. Unlimited number of ma chine shop hands, assemblers, tic. Any EH. Married or single. S2Uc Pit and up. No Tr. 9 hrs. TD. Philadelphia. 2S8-12. Philadelphia. Large rarpet tnanu facturer wants 30) male and female weav ers to work on machines making qarpets, rugs, blankets, cloth, etc. Any nationality. Piecework (114 to 818 per week). Must lar gish own transportation. Permanent. 3: firs, per wk. Ohio. 8781487. Cuyahoga Co. Wanted about six teen car dlsmantlers for condemned rail road cars. -Any ES. Single. Piecework. No Tr. hrs. PD In winter. 10 hrs FD In summer. UNCLASSIFIED. Chatham County, Ga. Chatham County. Ga. One experienced lead burner who understands the manufacture of sulphuric acid. Any nationality. Married preerred. 812$ per month. Must furnish own transportation Permanent If suitable. District of Columbia. District of Columbia. Stenographer and type writer, female, age 18 to ii, for patent wotk. Must be accurate. $M per month with ad vancement to right party. Permanent If satisfactory. DOMESTICS. Virginia. 687 309. Alexandria Co. One Mngle or mar ried woman without children for cooking and general housework. Swede or Nor wegian. (IS PM and home. Tr. adv. from New York and deducted. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. OOOD HOUSES FOR COtOHBD TENANTS. 452 P st. nw., Sr. and bath 825.M 1130 N. J. avo. nw., 7r. and b..J 25.M V lth st. nw.. 7r. and b 22.S0 2201 Pa. ave. nw., 4r. and b 22.W) 144 n st. nw , 6r. and water 1S.60 2J19 K st. nw., kr. and b 19.50 UJ4 E at. nw., Cr. ami b 19.50 4.T3 t. st. nw.. r. and b 18.00 K3 N. If. ave. nw., 7r. and water is.,50 501 20th It. nw., Sr. and b 18.00 HID 3rd st. nw 7r. and b 16.00 2418 F st. nw., r. and b 18.50 lll E st. nw., Cr. and b 14.00 2222 E st. nw., 5r. and b 12.50 For Ust of Chraper Houses Aoplv at Office. James M. Woodward, 723 20th st. N. W. NBAIl GOV'T. PIUNTING OFFICE 114 Cue. ne- llr. and bath 137.50 6 M st. nw., 9r. and bath, stable 55.50 701 V st. nc, Sr. nnd bath HM 72 K st. ne . 6r. and bath 17.51 James M. Woodward, . 723 20th sU N. W. Unfurnished Houses U17 O. r.b 40.00 3 Hth ne. Sr.b.... .J0 'J l" k:bV 'A S-K l0 Morse ne,8r.b 18.80 1404 Helmont. 8r.b :.i.0 .. M . .' '. ,. , r23 N. 11. av.tr.b 3 0) f .' Lr" "''9 2107 O nw. r.b...40.Mr:; tN"w" nv' ., 40 Porter ne. r.b 22.00 l (245 14tl. tt. 8r.b.. 18.00 Apartments Heat Furnished TUB KNICKEnuOCKRH, 1840 Mlntwood pi. N. W. 4r. and b., 4th floor front 84J.00 For Colored Tenants 4 Patterson ne., il812 Galea st. ne, r. 15.00 1 r i.to 14S8 Church, tr... 18.20 1 WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Bldg., 807 1 5th St- N." W Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Phones Main 1016 and 1017. 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, northwest suburb, excellent condition, near 2 car lines; rent, 813. E. G. LORENZ, Owner, 1118 G st. N. W. Phone Main 87C. ! Fon hent 1339 I st. n. e., 8 rooms 812.50 1218 P. st. lie.. 8 rooms.. 21.00 702 ISth si. n. e., 6 room 12.S0 1112 Trinidad ave. n. e.. 8 rooms 12.00 1113 Pa. ave. se.. 8 rooms 12.00 K3 It st. n. w., 8 rooms K.00 f418 7th at. n. w a rooms 20.30 M0 Newton pi. n. w.. 6 rooms 2J.D0 1807 C st. n. -,-., rooms 25.0'J 217 12th st. n. rt.. 2nd floor. 8 rooms 18.5.1 M Elliott st n. ., 2nd floor. 4 room.. 12.50 1117 Maryland ave. n. e , 3rd floor. 5 rm. U.tO 821 N. J. ave. s. e.. 8 rooms (coloredl 10.30 206 Brooks ct. n. w., 4 rooms ( colored i... 8.00 1420 Corcoran st. n. w 9 rooms (colored) 2.30 ARTHUR CARR, 1101 15 STREET NORTHWEST. 1 CORNER HOUSE-Wlth six rooms and mod em bath; porcelain sink In klrchtn; laun dry tubs, coal and (as ranns. Hent, 11.V). No. 12') Md. ave. N. E. Key, 1201. II. F. SAUI. CO.. Sll N Y. ave. nw.. M. 271. 4223 8th ST. N. W 8r. and b. 822.50 75.00 I) 18.M 17.50 li.80 atlon 7.00 20.00 vira fa. ave., ler. 2t., rnrxce. SMI Plncy Branoh rd. nw., 8$ r,f ... r . . w - 131 Eye st. ne.. Er. w Blair rd. nw., near Lamond station.... 1210 iitn st. nw LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 BOCTIIERN UL'II.DIN(i. FOR RENT NEAR NORTHEAST MARKET. . Five-room brlcl; house In good icpalr; water In kitchen convenient 10 car. 122.1 Wylle t., N. E. Kent. llo.iO It. F. HAfl. CO., vn N. Y. ae. N. W. Main 27 1. 1 HIX-ItOOM lifNGALOWr wntr- and bath; laiiRe. hot and fold water; .me-quarter acre lot; near the WlreWi Toiern. H. A. l'OT TER. Phone 4-Y Hosslvn. Arllnto.i. Va 2U14 Portlier place, 6 rooms and bath 830.50 1439 U st. nw., 8 rooms and bath 43.60 1447 7tli at., 7 rooms and bath 37.50 Heat and hot water Included in the above, 2019 Portner pi , ts rooms and buth 21.30 '.'027 Portner pi., C rooms, hot water heat 28.50 Htore. 2102 Hth st. nw., with lUlns iuar. Apply A. n. Willis, the 1'ortner, 15th & V nw. FOR RENTSTORES STORE AND FLAT. Largo modern more and 3 room and bath flat; cellar; re.nt, ?25.30. 1KO 7th st. n. w. n. F. SAUL CO., Ml N. V. axe. n. w. Main 271. 1 SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale; RENT OR SALE Eight-room house fur nished and 5 acres; latrobe heat, chicken houses, stable, fine spring; on high land, 8 minutes' walk from trolley; Jltny service to steam. and electric roads; must sell or tent at once because of a death. Pi Ice. 13,200; rent, 822. Phone Cleve. 56. 4007 Garrison st. 1 HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on 8100 cash and 815 month, at CHEVY CHA8E. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on WM, II. RITCHIE, 418 and 4 IK Colorado bldg. Tel. M. 1045. UKAUT7FUL 5-ROOM UUNGAI.OW, fruit, porches, 5c car fare; 3 nice lots, high at4 healthy; one block from new puMIc abool. PRICE ONLY. 81.850; terms. J109 caijh, but, 815 mouth, o. B. ZA.VTOINiCfiH, S!3 r4tr York ave. N. W. FOR SALE LOTS THE CHEAPEST LOT IN CHEVY CHASE TWO SQUARES FROM 'Alt LINE. 50 by Over 200. PRICE RKI)lED TO J6:.D.O0 Wm. H. Saunders & Co., 807 Uth it. N. W. DEATHS I'AINTER-Suddenly, on Friday. :bruary 4, 1818, at his residence. In McLisn. Va the Rev. WILLIAM PUBEY I'AINTEn, beloved husband, of Jane C. Painter, and "ector of Bt. John's Episcopal Church, at McLean, Va. Funeral from St. John's Church, on Sun day, February 8, at 8 p. m. Interment at Muncy, Pa. IN MEM0RIAM (Notice for this column are accepted at CO cents flat, either prose or poetry, in case no tice doe not exceed ten lines. And 10 cent for each line In execs of ten.) UNDERTAKERS Embalmcrs. Funeral Directors. J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER MVERT. 823 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13S5. WASHINGTON. D. C. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., mar loth st. x. w. North 4T. JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, 3038 I St. IV. W. Wcat 00. JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS, 134t XVtuconalii Ave. IVcat 804. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.. 1014 Mnaaarfaita-tta Are. Main H4-0. ADOLPHJ. SCH1PPERT,' -OCX Pa. Ave. Weit 1D1 1W9. ULRICH & BURDETTE, 1820 Wcconaln Are. AVeat- 000. S. H. HINES fit SON, INC. 1T15 14th atret. North 1005. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS. 15X1 14r street. North 281. THOA1AS F. MURRAY, ZOOT-.Olt Nlcholn ave. 8. B. I.lnc. 130. GEORGE W. WISE. 2000 M atrect. Went 1S8. W. W. DEAL & CO., 8IJ II Street N. K. LlncA344. HARRY M. PADGETT, T80 11th Street 8. E. Line. 135. NEVIUS & BROWN, D0 Nerr York Ave. Xlnln -587. WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., 4H It Street N. E. Line. 5-4. GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc. 301 Uaat CnpKol Street. Line. 372.- W. R. SPEARE. 40 ic (itreet. Main 4280-4281. P. A. TALTAVULL, 443 7th Street 8. W. Main 1870. THOMAS M. HINDLE, Cth and )I St. N. Mi Slain 537. ' O. B. JENKINS, 003 H St. N. W. Main 4884. THOMAS S. SERGEON. 1011- 7th St. N. AY. Main 1000. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS ef every description moderate prices. UUDE. 1214 F st. N. W.- Vital flccords Births. I ma and Minnie ItOKenzwglt, girl. William J. and Man' R- Muldoon. Ixiy. John D. and nebroca Armstrong, boy. Malvln J. and Katharino W. Alton, Klrl. Robert J. and Helen Cranston, clrl. George and Myrtle M. Grubbe, girl. Mcrton O. and Irene M. Mead, boy. Frank J. and Marie Stockman, boy. ' James P. and Irene L. Connor, girl, .lames and Blanch Johnlson. boy. Clarence and Hnttle Alexander, girl. Hampton T. und Coml C. Oasklns, alii. Andrew and Josephine Jackson, boy. Marriage Licenses. i'hlllp B. Woodward and Frances R. Web ber, both oT Richmond, Va, Robert M. Htisbond anTl'Ttebecca M. Barbour. Royal S. Allen and Ueorfie W. Cbaney. both of Upper Marlboro, ltd. 1-iwrence W. Watts and Ethel Osgood. ' Deaths. Matilda Ernest. 4S years, Gardold Hospital. Charles A. Newton, 71 years, John Dl.on Home. Lester . irester. 82 years, -61H P street northeast. Mary E. Fagan, 01 ..years, 145S W street northwest. Daniel Curtln, 2 years, aarfleld Hospital. Charles E. Brennan. 44 years, 18 Ninth alrett northeast. , Emma J. Grubb, 70 years, 212) ftthUtnth street nortnwest. John .1. Ready, 58 year. 832S N street north west. ., . Catherine Burke, 50 years, Washington Aay. lum Hospital. Lola Goldberg, 21 years, Tuberculoal Hos pital. Holland B. .Sherwood. C years, 2218 llagler place northwest. Mary A. D. DeGroot, 66 years, 18S3 Hamlin street northeast. James M. Marks, 54 years. Tuberculosis Hos pital. ! EllKilieth I). Elliott, 67 5 ears, 1706 Kll- bourne place northwest: 1 Stlllnmii .Moore, i years, 45 Rhode Island i aenue northwest. Wilbur Miller. 4 das, 1444 E street southeast. ' Rosa Fountain?. 30 years, 220 R itreet north. ! west Lilly Ha1'. IS ;iear, Tuberculosis Hospital. Mary liroo.'ik, 44 years, Freedmen's Hospital. Franci'S Polridetter, 04 years, IC26 Tlilrty-third strert .iorthwi't. Richard Robinson, 70 years. 4 Congress Court. Georpe Cletts, 52 years, 417 Fourteenth street northeast. Sarah Fuetx 41 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN Second Trust Loans In Any Amount From $200 to $5,000. At 6 Per Cent Per Annum Payable in Small Monthly Payments. We Can Close Up a Transaction In Three Days. For Further Information Consult PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO.. 1413 G St. N. VV. Second Trust Specialists. MONEY TO LOAN on real istste: lowist rates : prior payment privileges; large amounts. TYLER A RUTHERFORD. S17 litli. MONEY TO LOAN-8250 to 8500.000 en D, a real estate. Several trust funds. 4Vi to 8 per cent All transactions conducted wits' economical consideration lor borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS tt CO.. Eouthsrn liulldlng 801 Uth st. N. W. FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE 78 acres nt Jessup Station on it. and O. railroad about half way between Washington and Baltimore; 50 acre cle.r, balance 'In good timber. One-half mile fr.M-i boulevard; 6-room house In good conditio;), only ' min utes' walk from station; 12 trains -aoh way every ilny. This In a fine farm and must he sold. Price only 8ti,S(t. For partljulnis applv Marion Duckett & Son, 611 F st. N. W Phone Main SO. FOR SAI.E-160-acre farm, Fairfax Co.. Va., Improved by new bungalow fences, etc. Money rent In excess of 6 par tent on pur chase price. A splendid Investment. 9.fOC. 12 acres. 7-room dwelling, fruit, shade. Tn spring, stable, etc.; 5 miles from -Uy. near miu'triam road, Ideal little farm. 81.800 New 8-rnom house, hot water hsat, both, good location, rchool, store hurch. eU-., MilA'an. a.. a largato at 15.710. .. H. r M.nALU Metropolitan Bank Building. Special 'Notices OFFICE OF 3'HK HOARD OF PERSONAL TAX Al'PKALH. District of Columbia, Ja.i. uary 4th, 1818, Notice Is hereby given Itwt the Board of Personal Tax Appeal of the District of Columbia will be In session at the Tll.flM. lf.ltl.tl -..& . .A. .. .,......... 7th to March 18th. Inclusive, 1818, Bundnvs iu irgai nonoays exceptea. wi. J', jiicii --" a..v.,vq S, Kt., .IIK1I 11111 JJW0I14 11 nrromi -im Appeal. OFFICE 'OF THE COMMIBHIONEltn i viatiiii: u- uuLUAiuiA, vvasniu ton, p. C January 28. l18.-Appllcatlo i . DtrtnlkBlrn in tut thai avimlMAtlAH I . . 'ection of candidates, actual reslJen , ,k i lioiumDia, to on rccomnir . . VS" '-""nwsioner oi ina iisirict ot Ilimtlla. lA fllf tl. ...mln.ll ..- .. Ion to the United States Military Acuj. In June, i81, wilt bo received by.th ml. sloners not later than 2 o'clock p. t . 7. :. ; . ' .. ." Application ror jiermi applicant handwriting, and be addreisei The Commissioner of the DUtrlct of Oolu nla nnani ci xj-.i- ii..iin- ii.. IJ. C Tha )nntlrtaHAH ml.i Z. . st.. ITi tS?.-.5fu Lth PPllcAtifB birth and li -' " viu.uui, mat tne applicant J n person of good moral character, and that Is an actual resident of the District of t o lUmhta Ann! i.nla n.,,.. .. k. .. a. . . .... --. v luiawmi, .rami, i:ij anil l.f t than nre feet four Inches In height n the age of seventeen, nor less than five let. five Inches In hclffhr at th. ,-,. nr t.f.t.,. snd upward. A physical examination of pucams win be held In Fire Departing Truck House No. 8, situated on the xoiiUu-h w-w.-.. w. . wuuccuui HL1CCL KI1U VIIIO n'H northwest, on SATURDAY. February II, l'.'l at 10 o'clock a. m. A competitive inenm i..iiiium 01 applicants win oe neid In th. Assembly Room of the Franklin Hchool Build In on TUESDAY and WEDNE8DAT, Feb ruarr ISth and Hth. 1818. commencing at 9 ?el0CJc m- 'n mental oraminatlon Mill Inolude the following ubiecu: Composl tlan. and literature In English; English Tantmar. descriptive and physical neography United Bute and European history; i.lgcbra (through quadratic equations and profu sions); and plane geometry. No person will be permitted to present himself for Mth physical or mental examination who shall i.o have been notified In writing of the appro- a! of his application by the Commissioner OLIVER P NEWMAN, LOUIS HROWN LOW. CHARLES W. KUTZ, Commissioners of the District of Columbia. fc PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS In triplicate wfll be received by the Quartermaster General or the Army. Washington. D. C. until 2 o'clock P. m.. Eastern time, March , 1816, for fur nishing Stationery, Office Supplies and Ofllre Furniture iKchcdule No. 1); Hardware m.o Tools (Schedule No. J); Toilet Article. San and Cleaning Materials (Schedule No, ri. Cordage. Cam-as and Burlap Pchedulp r-o 4); Packing. Waste, and Hose (Schedule No, 5); for deliver' during the fiscal year 1917. at depots of the Quartermaster Corps listed In schedule. Schedules furnished upon applica tion t6 Quartermaster General. U. S. Army. Washington, D. C, or by Depot Qusrtermns ter. XJ. S. Army. Washington. D. C. CLAIRVOYANTS 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. STRANGE POWERS. SHE TELLS YOUR NAME An educated, refined, sympathetic lm , tells In a clear understandable manner, n 1th out asking a question, the OBJECT OF YOl It CALL, tll of your troubles, how to over come them, names of friends. If falso or true and enemies; tells your past, present, fu ture. If you will be successful: advising on business, speculations, real estate, change LOVE. COURTSHIP. MARRIAGE. 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MADAM JEANS,ke1hum:sychI0 Clairvoyants are born, not md Mada n Jean has been one since childhood. yicknoAl edged oy prats und public to be the great's: clairvoyant In the world, can poaltlvslv- ic unite tin separated. Get a reading from tl rcinar'nable woman Will tell you namn-. dates and facts without nshlns you a sin question. You have a power of your ox 1 either for good or ell. Cultivate the gc Develop It. Uie It. Call and Ue convm.. Prlvafi rooms, you see no on. Prl 1 readings arranged by phone. N. 2151. 1 0 inaneni location. ti u si. n. yr. MRS. GAYER I&iiSVS ant. Readlnr. 25c up. Now 117 1st at. 8 . DELMAIf! SISTERS ,lm'7i' J o$ ants, C a i Readers; tell what ou want to know, tit ings. 60c; teat. 10c; IS a. m. to 0 p. m. S . day. 1 to -8. 813 7th st. N. W. i Castillo -Readings, So-50c. Reunites t tenarated. Causes snseilv n . rlage. Removes all trouble. Satlsfactlv 19 F st. N. W- Walk In. Hrs.. 11 to 8 P SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, "S;1 Readings dally; stances Tuei. Jt Thurs. eves. . Frl : p. in. Ph. Line. S91S. 315 -V. J. ai . s MRS. ROTH W'TlJurse Mon., : p. m. 1080 8th st. n., above Llbrarj'. SPIRITI-AL MKDIl'M. palmist. Prices. TA until May. MISS I.A ItJINTS, 1142 15tb st. N. W. l MRS. VOEGLER rrKau-din JC a. ra. to C p. m. C0I F st. N, E. HORSES AND VEHICLES EIGHT HORSES ANP MARES: 4 MULESl must sell for the want of use. Ittsr 4Ct P.I aie. N. W. i SEVEN HOHIJES AND TWO BIG MARKd. Eold for tb wint of u. Rear 453 Pa. ' N. W. (north Md). REFHIGERATORS & ICE BOXES M-CRAY REFRIOERATOR COMPANT, "" Rc'rlgtrators that are untqualsd. 611 F ST. N W. W Build and Rcoair Refrigerators. 4. inemDer .every wore, icu oi persons .;. 4. who hayH.bStr -are rioa- 7r Will tie In .'. . TOV?.l!fi.nd'Jwfir their lh6lghts. ac- ..