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THE WASHINGTON TMES; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1910.
15 Evenijig Services Metropolitan Memorial M. E. Church, John Marshall place and C street northwest, Rev. James Shera Montgomery. "Martin Luther, the Champion of the Right of Private Judgment," 8 p. m. Foundry M. E Church, Sixteenth and Church streets, Rev. W. R. Wedderspoon. "The Heroes of Today." 8 p. m. WauRh M. E. Church, Third and A streets northeast, Rev. French M. McCoy. "The Clarion Call to Christian Service," 7:30 p. m. Second Baptist Church, Fourth street and Virginia avenue. Rev. Howard I. Stewnrt. "A Grasper Who Exposed Himself, 7:45 p. m. West Washington Baptist Church, Thirty-first and N streets north west, Rev. B. D. Gaw. "A Dread Alternative," 7:45 p. m. Centennial Baptist Church, Seventh and I streets northeast, Rev. E. Hez Swem. Sermon to Washington women and men who think, 8 p. m. Grace Episcopal Church, Wisconsin avenue and South street, George town, Rev. George W. Atkin3on, jr. Evensong and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Church of the Covenant, Connecticut avenue,. Eighteenth and N streets, Rev. Charles Wood. "The Message About Making Money,"' 8 p. m. First -Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbia road and "Euclid street. "Spirit," 8 p. m. Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Fifteenth and R streets. Spirit," 8 p. m. All Souls' Unitarian Church, Fourteenth and L streets northwest, Rev. Ulysses G. b". Pierce. "The Spiritual Authority of Jesus," 8 p. m. First Spiritualist Church, 525 Eighth street northeast. Rev. George W. Kates. "The New Thought of Immortality." Ninth Street Christian Church, Ninth nnd D streets northeast, Rev. George A. Miller. "First Century Martyrs," 7:45 p. m. Universal Philosophy, 522 Sixth street northwest. Lecture by Al fred H. Terry on "Death, the Great Illusion," 8 p. mi Undenominational, Assembly Hall, Pennsylvania avenue and Four teenth street southeast. Evangelist Edwin Horsey. "Threefold Rest," 7:45 p. m. Union M. E. Church, Twentieth street, near Pennsylvania avenue northwest, Rev. John MacMurray. "Satan as a Counselor," 8 p. m. H Street Christian Church, Sixth and H streets southwest, Rev. Henry F. Lutz. "Hyphenated Citizens," 7:45 p. m. Gospel Mission, 214 John Marshall place. Address by Marion But ler, of North Carolina, 8 p. in. Metropolitan Baptist Church, Sixth and A streets northeast, Rev. John Compton Ball. "The Great Game Every Man, Woman and Child Must Play," 7:45 p. m. Fourth Presbyterian Church, Thirteenth and Fairmont streets, Rev. Joseph T. Kelly. Illustrated lecture by W. H. H. Smith, "Jesus' Last Week, From the Triumphal Entry to the Condemnation by Pilate," 8 p. m. First Congregational Church, Tenth and G streets northwest, Rev. Robert W. Coe. An evening with the choir, 8 p. m. Mt. Pleasant Congregational Church, Columbia road, near Four teenth street, Rev. Clarence A. Vincent. "Our Daily Task and the Larger Life," 8 p. m. Fifth Baptist Church, E street, near Seventh street southwest, Rev. John E. Briggs. "The Iron Did Swim," 7:45 p. m. Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church, South, Ninth street and Massa chusetts avenue northwest, Rev. Edward K. Hardin. "The Son Who Lost Himself at Home," 8 p. m. Hamlinc M. E. Church, Ninth and P streets northwest, .Rev. Lucius C. Clark. Sermon by Rev. Dr. W, L. McDowell, 8 p. m. Grace Baptist Church, Ninth and D streets southeast, Rev. F. W. Johnson. "Sin When Finished," 7:45 p. m. Grace Reformed Church, Fifteenth and 0 streets northwest, Rev. Henry H. Ranck. "All Things Are Yours," 8 p. m. Central Union Mission. 622 Louisiana avenue northwest. Judge Ray mond Lorenz, leader of Testimony Meeting, at 7:30 p. m. Dumbarton Avenue M. E. Church, Rev. D. H. Martin. "Which Side?" 8 p. m. Calvary M. E. Church, Columbia road, near Fourteenth street, Rev. John T. Ensor. "Life-Work Service," 8 p.m. New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York avenue, Thir teenth and H streets, Rev. Dr. Wallace Radcliffe. "Historic Re vivals the Cross in the Sky." 8 p. m. Western Presbyterian Church, H, near Twentieth street northwest, Rev. J. Harvey Dunham. "The Conclusion of the Whole Mat ter," 8 p. m. Washington Heights Presbyterian Church, Columbia and Kalorama roads, Rev. John C. Palmer. "Do Duties Ever Conflict?" 7:45 p. m. Church of the Epiphanyr G, near Fourteenth street, Rev. Randolph H. McKim. Sermon by Rev. Percy Foster Hall, "The Value of a Soul," 8 p. m. Luther Place Memorial Church, Fourteenth and N streets northwest, Rev. Henry Anstadt. "The Master and His Men," 8 p. m. Christadelphian Chapel, New Hampshire and Georgia avenues. "Be Ye Also Ready," 8 p. m. Church of the New Jerusalem, Sixteenth and Corcoran streets, Rev. Paul Sperry. "Heaven," 7:.W p. m. Northminster Presbyterian Church, Eleventh street and Rhode, Island avenue, Rev. S. A. Bower. "Is This a Christian Coun try?" 7:45 p. m. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE SOU Stornffe Ilooma, $1.00 per mo. up. UOVINC, PACKING by Kxpcrtn. Low Rates. INIO.V STOIIAGE CO., 414 3d at. Mnlu 474. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! Advanced on itorage t N1TED TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. Jth and I) sts. nv. Ph. M SM Estimates on Packing nnd Shipping. FIREPROOF STORAGE 140 Separate Locked Rooms, 12.00 Month Up. Merchants' Transfer and Storage Co. Main G900. 9J0-922 E St. N. W. "SAFETY FIRST" ABSOLUTE V FIREPROOF STORAGE. 1 MTED STATES STOR.OE CO. Rooms, COO and up. Moving, Packing. Phone Main 4H9 41!-4:u 10th tt. N. W. Washington, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex press Company, 1017 H St. N. E. Ph. Line. 3970. Free inovlnK for tor AKC-. A. SU4.M or N. 3;tl, MIITII'S '1 U.Y.N 3FKH tt VIIJH U.I1 CO., 1113 S. Mill PI. . BUll-'. MOVING Phone 5 PALHEli VN8 nil. allKU. Phone M SOW-lull KREIG'S EXPRESS, tat H Street N. N. BTORAOE. PACKING. ANu dl'lPPLNO, CLEAN, dry storage for turnlture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHt-ER'H, 20 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main Uii. LOST AND FOUND DIAMOND RING Lost on W st , between 3rd and 4th N. W. Reward, 2S10 1st X. W. HOLND Female, brack and tan, long ears, family pet, UU rewaid ia.2 win si .N. w. WANTED SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED. Experienced salesman for guaiante.M In vestment otfr by large, aucceasrful cou,panv Vosltlon good from JJ.CO0 to 1 10,000 unrlv. lirospecia furnished, permanent connection for men able to make good. MANAGER, fi0 Bond bldg SALESMEN and saleswomen Are you look lug for an article no housetvlfe can itslst bujlng? Wo hav It Whj not Investigate' STANDARD SUPPLIES COMPANY, Hpilnu tleld 111 WANTED AGENTS AFTONIHHIMi Ill'T TRUl-Llquois, Whls kles. llr.tiiflln made right at home, most niarvtloun dlcov.'r make 110 H lay chj , tiemendniis demand. Immense) tepeater. strlcl l) legilliuuir lures voiir chaice. Send no tuouev ust pootttl loda. I NIVERSAL IM XUUS cu.. UU third t Cincinnati, Ohio. HOVPM XCKMIC in tbe Gburcbes WANTED AGENTS ACT QllCIi Automobile gasoline Kolnr up, sell gaso-lonlc, equals gasoline at Jc a cat ion, eliminates tar lion, dollar un hour prunt, ales guaranteed. WHITE MFG. CO , Dept. M. Cincinnati, Ohio. AOE.NT8-.t0 per cent profit, wonderful little article. something new, sella like wildfire, carry right In lour pocket, write at once lor free sample. 1'. D. CONWAY, tales Micr., American Hide, Cincinnati, Ohio. AGENTS Enormous profits, quick i-alrsf cooper eumi'u ov in a ub)b, uri'JMe jii daa, aril Kantleak" Raincoats, no apltal required. a deliver and collect, minple coat and complete outfit all free hum ' COM.SR MTO .CO.. s Day st . Da ton.Obio. EARN tlOt) vveekl managing clean IcgltL inale malt order business, wo furnish everything, right parly need not worry alout capital, splendid chance for intelligent, cni ploed person to control Independent business on ptoftt-sharlng basis, beginning In spare time, evenings at home; particulars lice. OPPORTUNITIES EXCHANGE, Buffalo, N. Y. AGENTS make COO per cent profit selling "Novelty blgn Cards," merchants buy 10 to 100 011 sight. 00 varieties: catalogue fiee BL'LLIVAN CO.. U34 W. Van Uuren si., t'lil- cagolll. MEXICAN DIAMONDS, exactly resemble genuine, same rainbow fire, stands tens, sell at sight, live agents w anted; profits JM weekly and up. write quick for sample case offer free. MEXICAN DIAMOND IMPORT ING CI. HOX A-6, Las Cruces. N. Mex. AGENTS J100 a month sure, permanent po sition and exclusive territory Write lor proposition NOVELTY CUTLERY CO , Ml liar st Canton, Ohio. HELP WANTED MALE UAItHKIt- First-class, steady work. U00J Hope load, AuacvstU, D. C. 1211 1 EARN MOO weekly managing clean legitimate mall order business , we furnish everything right part need not worry about capital, splendid chance for Intelligent, employed per son to control Indejx-ndent business on profit sharing basis, beginning In spare time, even ings at home, particulars free OPPOR 1 LNIT1ES EXCHANGE, Buffalo. N. V. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS In Postofllce Rutlwa) Mall and other branches are good prepare tor "exams" under former II. S. Civil Service Secretary-Examiner. Booklet d-JO free Write todav. PATTERSON CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL, Rochester, N. Y. LINOTVPE OPERATORS KELLY PRINT 1NG CO.. 7.07-lt Grant pi. N. W. NIGHT WATCHMAN-DURQESH HOTEL AGENCY. t03 10th St. N. W. WAITERS-Colored, mess hall. J30 ,nd J a month, room and board. Report DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, l.'th and Pa. ave YOUNO MAN about A pub ill Herr fc 13 to to learn trad Whltmoie Iildr. 1 YOl'NO MEN FOR Locomotive firemen Experience unnecessai) Give age HOX 68. Times oifl.e. HELP WANTEDFEMALE DRESSMAKERS and girls to learn French dress-cutting, dressmaking, designing and mllllner , good positions furbished after learning. NEW ORK MILLINERY ACAUKMT, lUD G. GIRL Neat, to assist around house after school hours Appb 1231 Vermont ave r.w. LAl'NDRY MARKER Experienced, and ex perienced asaorter, also an experienced bundle wrapper PALACE LAUNDRY 733 9lh st 1 MILLINERY TRIMMERS and makers, ex lerleiic,rd. Apply HOX 70. ilmes nfflie. w a 11 it Eh si :s stead work H lit It. S. Experienced, wanted at once Appl) CONGRESS LCNCII, E. HELP WANTED FEMALE AV1UTE MOTION PICTUHW P1.AYB, t0 each, experience unnecessary, i.ctalla Iree to beginner. PRODUCERS LEAGl K, CIJ Vvalnwrlglit. Bt. lxul. VOtTNO LADIES represent ui loOnlly, kcod Pyi no canvassing, May work! -end 10c S?,,?,,i!y,..coln,le,e 1,tm- KI.I.IM1N MO TION PICTURES, m Manhattan llldg., Mil waukee. Wis. HELP WANTED Male and Female. HELP WANTED by V. 8. aovtrnment. tJS month: vacations; steady work; comman education aurnclent; pull unnecessary! J "iiw mauiKceiy mr irr mi or position now obtainable. FIIANKMN INSTITUTE. Dept. 45-L, Rochester. N. Y SOLICITORS Three, buttling: men or wom en, who possets ability and energy, lo work on a salary or commission. Apply to 14CI P et. N. W. 1 SITUATIONS WANTED Female. PIANO PUPILS; home! beginnera Tlmei office. lesson given a apeclalty. at pupil' UOX 73, FOR RENT ROOMS FurgUhed 13th 8T. N. W.. 150S-Large cheerful room. .. nicely furnished, gentlemen preferred. Jrd BT. N. W.. 422 Furnished housekeeping and sleeping. room for G ST., 1115, COR. 12th Large front room well furnished, all Improvements; one Might; gentlemen. th ST. N. W water heat. 1022 Furnished rooms, hot- 3rd BT. N W 42S Three rooms ami private bath, newly papered: furnished for house keeping. 418 per month. 12th ST. N. W 914 Two communicating front rooms furnished complete, I. h.; $4 week, other rooms, 41.10, (2 week, transient tOc day tth ST. N. W 723 Rooms, 17 and M0 per month: heated, board If deelred: private famllv; business section E ST. N. W 131 Two laige furnished rooms for housekeeping, second floor; adjoining bath. II ST-N W large front. l Furnished rooms, !1.M tip, central, reasonable. 1 IDEAL APT. CO.. 1909 Pa. ave. Two rooms, front, completely furnished, 120 month, large room, I beds, electric lights, 13.10 week ly. Phone M. 7177 6th ST. N. W.. 1022 In private German fam ily; steam heat, bath Phone Suitable one or two, J" 1 6th ST. N. V. 407 Large front second floor room, steam heated, reasonable. 1 Clh ST. N basoment. W, 40S Newly papered flont h. k. ; other roonn, tt 25 and 1 TO. th ST. N. W.. floor front; h and 12. 412 Furnished large recond k ; other warm rooms, 11.11) N. CAPITOL ST., 1523-Neatly rooms for gentlemen. furnished 1 Unfurnished. 341S PROSPECT AVE -Three unfurnished rooms, heat, gas and use of telephone, lis per month West 1010. IDEAL APART1. CO., 1J0J Pa. ave. Four rooms, reception hall and bath; steam, Inultor Main 7177 0ER RICE'S STUDIO-Deslrable room Inquire at Studio, VM F st. ! Furnished or Unfurnished. M ST. N. W , 40&-Furnlsbed and unfur nished roonn, all modern Impiovements; rales reasonable. i Wanted. TWO ADULTS WANT two or three I h k rooms, northwest, must be reasonable. UOX 71. Time office. ROOMS AND BOARD 2148 PA. AVE. N. W.. The Auburn-All bright, sunny, beautifully furnished room, with hot and cold running water, eteam h-at, direct car servicer moderate rates. Phone West 13H-W. TABLE BOARD THE SHEPHERD, 10th and E sts. N' W. Excellent meals, breakrast, -c, lunrh, Ha., dinner, -ic. J3.W week. L BT. N. 13 00 W.. W Two meals. J2.W, 3 meals, K ST. N. W , Wt Oood Virginia eivoklns; 32.D0 week for two meals a day, 13 per vvrek for three meals a da , give u a trial. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MY MAGAZINE. "Investlne; for Profit" (Regular price 11. to per year) is worth 110 n copy to anoue who Intends to 'nvcat an money, however amall. who has money Invested unprotltably, or who can save IS or more per month, but who hasn't learned the art of Investing for profit It demonstrates the HEAL earning power of money the knowledge financleis hide Irom the masses It shows now to Invest small sums and how to make them grow Into fortunes tbe actual possibilities of scientific Investments It reveals the enormous profits financiers make and shows how one can make the same crotits It nxplaln HOW large fortune are i.iade--how 41.000 often grows to f::,OoO 1 To Introduce my magazine, write me NOW and I'll send It SIX MONIHS. postpaid, ab solutely FREE 11. L. DARKER. Publisher, JKoom 417, 22 West Jackson tloulevard, Cht cago nAISE CAPITAL, best methods, corporations organized everywhere, liberal terms; collec- lon. U. S LEGAL CORP.. 610 Bond Uldg. PERSONALS t MI?S RARFRMAMCUIUNQ. i.MOa DrtDCn. BiIAMPOOING, SCALP Treatment. 40 Q st., opp. I B. Pension Off. MRS. ORA L. FIELD QVND Treatment, face and scalp. Here for a short time only 815 II N W . 2nd floor. MRS. C0HENitBo1n,gu,lnsFaschi Treatment, R"d Massage. and other branches, at jour home 212 Kenol llldg , 11th and fl Open Sunday Phone Col 7i-J PEARL E, HQDD, Chiropodist. Manicuring Taught Main 1S06. S.'l F at N W LOUIbfc MAI fcrKsculp treatment, chiropody, halrdresslng all branches taught. Open Sun. 303 Kenols Uldg , 11th tail 880. t" M AQQ AP.p-sciBNTinc Swedish iltOiDrJJU Scalp Treatment, Me-chano-Therap) , Osteopath), appointment at our home. 614 Kenols llldg AIARILUA WILLIAMS, Manicuring, bham- pooing, halrdresslng, scalp treatment 10 to 7. Apart. 21, The Caroline, 704 11th St. N. . M. 6640 ! DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist nose Main I0H. UI3 Pa. ave v. V M1Q? PAIN Manicuring and Scalp Treat Apart. 1. Phone Main 7413 y MISS JAMERON, manicurist and chiropody, hours, 10 a m. tu 6 p. m 121J New tork ave. N. W.. second floor 1 MI5 WP1 1 Manicuring and Scalp iTllOO WCbLO Treatment. Hour to 4. 133 O at. N. W. Apartment 3, third Poor. ! MAMCL'RING. SCALP TREATMENT. PIIOXE MAIN 7511. 716 11th ST. N W tni; PC CPl SPECIALIST. t y Ul, KtcU :ui n STniflivr. J The Most Important Advice 'S. that I can olter to on man tr 'X. JL vviman Who Is sunrctiii: fmm J. J. any ucute, chronic, or speelal dlti. . eaue is to take itiinitdlute ateiu clnes and all the new terlums anJ antl-toxlns adir.lnisteied. Plood tedts made. I.nboiatoi stockoU with everything the tet-r In meuV :lnetf. Over ;.0 vcara' uracil m tre.ttlnc Catarrh. lndl(;cstoii, r Constipation. Piles. Thtuat. Luiua T Briln. Heart, Hlood, and t-kln T T Dlaeaaes. Khcmuatlsin. all ti..r..o ! of Hlood PoUonlntr, Nervouu aiid" J Oeneial Debility Chuigcs Iivv Y J Medicines Furnished. Olllce Hours' V .. 1U tp I, 3 to u. Sundajs, 10 i0 12 "' 4-1-1 M 1 i i i I1 1 . 1 . . I 1 i-H-H4 BULLLiFIN OH AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed Information concerning tho following opportunities may bo secured freo of chnrpo upon application to BUREAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT . OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. . KE T ABBI!?VIV&F,,0,S USED: In;, PM-Per month. PW-Per week. EE,eV,0?in! n', l,S1Bln' "QF&M-UnfurnlBhcd houe, unrden. fuel and milk. kS-Eng lah peaklnR. Exp-Exnerlencod. Tr. Ad v.-Ti asportation may b advanced under favorable conditions. Unless othcrwlso stated, It win bsunderatood that all opportunities are of a permanent nature, and the help Is dtslrcd as soon an possible. FARM LABORER. f v Maryland.. 170 C43S. lialtlmor Co. One married msjt for general farm work. Any ES. 4 cow. Exp. Children permitted, 330 PM ear round, house, garden, fuel and milk. Wife to help at washing. Virginia. 370&S7. Orange Co. One married man for milking, gardening, etc. llelglan, Nor wegian or German Othet white ES. Exp. or green. Children permitted. If very small. No Tr, 1100 per annum at first, hoard and fuel, Connecticut. 3707017, Connecticut. Near Hartford, Conn Wanted about 3W Negro farm laborers for tobacco culture. Experienced men S3 H per day, other (1.75 I'D, unfurnished house, garden and fuel freo. Some work for women at rooking and laundry work. roth married and single wanted. Wanted about April 1. District of Columbia. Farm near Washington, married man wanted at 120 per month, Including ilnrurnlshed house, garden, fuel and vegetables. Must have some exp. COMMON LABOR. Maryland. 376-1434. Baltimore Co. Wanted ten or twelve boy about sixteen years of nge to break end off blower pipe semi-rough work. 34 PW tn dart. When proficient will earn 37 to 37.00 PW. Pennsylvania. 61 53 Fojette Co l ullmlted number of machine miner and oko drawer desired. Austrlans and any others. Marrlod or lngle, 43o, 13c and Itc for 4:-btiahel wagon. Drawing coke at 31 Oj and ll.lt. per oven. No Tr. 691 T.4 Payette Co. t'nllinlted number of roal miners and coke drawer wanted Polish preferrel-any others Married or single. 4."o and Sic for 30-buhel wugon; coke drawing tl 10 and 11.00 per oven. No Tr. 691 M. Centre Co Wanted 300 miners and mine loader. Slavonlun. Married or sin gle. I'ick miners 71c per tun, loader l.'c per Ion, 3 hours I'D. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS roll SALE 100 HEATING STOVES. ANY HEATING STOVE AT COST HOPWOOD'S Sth AND K. PIANO -Vnse square gram! good tone, good condition, l. call after 5 p. in. c:: Mass. ave. N E DON'T WASTE TIME writing by hand; renting an UNDERWOOD and using II In your correspondence means special attention paid to your letters. "Ihe machine you will eventually buy " VNDERWOOD TYPE WRITER CO IMS F st N. W. I 11EASONAULE to Immediate purchaser, baby carriage, go-cart, crib nursery chair. 41 Randolph pi N. W THE HEllflLT TYPEWItITI.Il CO (INC.), 717 i:ih St. N. W Main CS34. II u, sell, rent and repair typewriters. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. LET lS ESI 111 ATE rn cleaning and repair ing our typewriter, all work guaranteed. We also bu and sell second-hand machines on commission, give us a trial. Call M. 3933 for quick service UNIVERSAL TYPE WRITER REPAIR CO.. 113 F st. N W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHED 1866 DIAMONDS OLD GOLD BULHjri 1 SILVER. O -" " - PLAT1NLM, M ANTIQIEJEWELRI BILVERWARE. 5 RARE COINS J AND Cl'RIO.S BOUGHT AND SOLD $; AND SOLD BURNSTINE'S 361 Pa. Ave. N. W. WANTED-DIAMONDS. ALL SI.ES. FOR SI"OT CASH KAHN OlTIi'AL CO . tH 7th st. N. W. HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing, either ladles' or men's, send postal; will call. U. TARSHES. 130S 7th st. N W. I'hone North 499. 1 WANTED Furniture pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M. US: f agon, or have us call. "WKSCHLER'S.' '" Pa ave. N W. 1 I1RING I S lOL'it Old Gold and Broken Jdwelry. ALSO DIAMONDS. AS WE NEED IT 11JR MAM i'XCTI RING Pi KPOSES HIGHEST PHP'Eh PAIO. A. KAHN, 133 F ST. N. W. WANTED Furniture for cash Sell our goods to the man who give-, the inoa: money. See HOPW OOP. Sth and K 1 HIGHEST PRICES paid for all kinds of sec. ond hand clothing ladles and men, crop postal M HERMAN, 3.'6 D at N. W. OLD ARTIFICIAL. TEETH-Wllt pay good prices, may be broken. FREEMAN, Room Vk.. Kenoia llldg . Uth and G. 1 hUK SALt FARMS FOR SALE 78 acres at Jesaup Station on II nnd O. railroad about half waj between Washington and Baltimore, 60 icres clear balance In good timber One-hair mile from boulevard, 6-room house In goad condition only o min utes' walk from station. 1. trains 'ai h wn ever dav This In a tine form and must be sold 1 rice onl SO. MO Foi particulars applv Marion Duckett & Son, 811 F st N W Phono Main Scfil FOR SALE 160-acre farm, Fnlrfax Co. a.. Improved bj new bungalow, ftnees. etc Money rent In excess of 6 per ent on pur chase price A splendid Investment. J'J.tOO 1J acres, 7-room dwelling, fruit shade, I'ne spring, stable, etc., mile from -lty, near macadam road, Ideal little farm M.'OO New 8-room house, hot water heat, tjiuli, good location, school, store, liun.li. etc., Mclean. N a . a bargain at 33.710 II C HACKALU Metropolitan Hank Uulldlrg. FARM 0 10 or 15 ncrcs at Huriroft, Va. 6 room house, will consider exchange fur un improved propel 1 or Mist 1 las nutoinoblle. W. tl SULLIVAN 4i6 uth st N W. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN Second Trust Loans i In Any Amount From $200 to $5,000. At 6 Per Cent Per Annum Payable in Small MfintiiJ Puymctit's. We Can Clo&o Up a Transaction In Three Days. For Further Information Consult PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1413 G St. N. W. Second Trust" Specialists. ' MONEY TO LOAN on real itate, lowest rates, prior payment privileges, large amounts. TYLER A RUTHERFORD. R17 lith MONEY TO LOAN-S2M to 3109.000 on D. C. real estate. Frveral trust funds cu, t0 4 l4x cent All transactions conducted wits economical consiarrmion iui unirowr. WM 11. SAI'NDERH CO.. Bouthtrn Uullding. 307 Uto L. N. W. HL&W-Free board, lodglnf and wagh PD - Pcr day. PH-pcr hour. B&L- TRADES. Indiana. 113-4, Lake Co, Fifteen siueeier molder desired, Mairled or single, l- ti I'D. Micliifian. 376 1S0I. Chlppeiva Co. Twenty-five experi enced cunVH glove maker wanted. Mar ried or single. Women and girl preferred, men accepted. Wages depend on ability. 10 hr I'D. No 1 r. New York. 399-8:. Erie Co. Machinists and assembler wanted when position are open. Any na tionality. Married or single. Machinists 37V4o to 3Sc PH. Assembler SOo to .'Sc PH. 9 to Vi hrs. I'D, No Tr. 8761418 Erie Co. Unlimited number of ma chine shop hands, assemblers, etc Any ES. Married or single. 'ic Pit uud up. No 'lr. 9 hrs. PD. Philadelphia. 3i it Philadelphia. lAtrtto (arpet manu facturer wants 209 mate and female Weiv era to work on machine making carpets, rugs, blanket, cloth, etc. Any nationality. Piecework (114 to 313 per week! Must ter med own transportation. Permanent. C3 hrs. per wk Ohio. 3741197 CujBhoga Co. Wanted about six teen c.ir dlsmantli-r for condemned rail road cars. Anv ES Single Piecework. No Tr. 9 lira, PD In winter, 10 hra TD In summer. UNCLASSIFIED. Chatham County, Ga. Chatham County, Ga One experienced lead burner who understands the manufacture of sulphuric acid. Any nationality Married preferred 3135 per month. Must furnish own transportation Permanent if suitable. District of Columbia. District of Columbia. Stenographer and type writer, female, age to IS. for patent woik Must be accurate K'" per nion.h with ad vancement to right party Permanent If satisfactory. DOMESTICS. Virginia. H7-U09 Alexandria Co One single or mar ried woman without children for cooking and KeneraJ housework. Swede or Nor wegian. ll.r, I'M and home, Tr. adv. from New York and deducted APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. 11J0 2flth ST N. W.. 4r. Ran. water . 310 7 J LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, !0 SOUTHERN BUILDINO 1 103.! 6th t n e , u rooms and lath . . 1M0 10.14 tth st n e.. S rooms mid bath . 1." 00 Thcfe are the nicest, cleanst nnd l-st apartments In the ctt for tbe mone Kcsn at 713 '.th at N E niE PORTNER. 13th and I' Ms N. W. Unusual opportunltv to Mfcure choice location 3 rooms i of which ore front 343 01 t rooms . .... 4"i.00 I rooms to sublet ... . 4? U Light Included In rent Every 'hlng first class. Dining room Urllbos All-night (levators. Resident r-ai2er. 11th ST N W hot water heat 737 Four roorrs and 3.10 DO bath. Bachelor's Apartments. 14th AND L STS (The Ualfour. Apt 62 Two rooms, built-in shower in bathroom, large closet with window, apartment rn-wly rarered and painted throughout, western x Iio.urc, sixth floor, electric lights or gas, tele phone In apartment; all-night elevator serv ice, valet and maid service available In building. Immediate eveupanev FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 6-ROOM FRME HOUSE, northwest suburb, excellent condition, near : car lines, rent, 313 E O LORENZ, Owner. 1419 U st. N W. Phono Main r.769. ! FOR RENT 1339 1 st. II t rooms 312 CO 1218 II st. ne . 6 rooms 21 w K lith st n. e G rooms 18.M llli Trinidad ave. n. . 6 rooms 12.00 W19 Pa. uve se.. 4 rooms. K'.lu It st n vv., 4 rooms 1 Otl iJIO 7th st it. w . t rooms ru.Vi CiJO Newton pi. n w . 6 rooms 2",.0 1307 C st n w , rooms ..',() :17 12th st n e , Iml floor, f. rooms . 14 to b31 Elliott st ii v , itiil lloor. 1 rooms i;.,0 1347 Maryland ave. n. . , Sr-I floor, i rms. E to 921 N J ave s e , 6 rooms (colored . 10 '0 ru Urook it ti w , 4 rooms tcoloiedl . t.OO IM Con oran at n. w . J rooms icolored) II CO ARTHUR CARR, 1101 E STREET NORTHWEST. 1 K3 sth ST N. W . Sr and b J.'MO :U3 Pa. ave. lCr 2b, garage . ,I7"..00 tiJl 1'lnej Branch rd. nu . 6r b into 616-618 M st. nw (r b 17.-4 1319 Eje st ne , 5r. w 12 So lllalr rd. nw . near Ijimond station ... 7 00 1:10 13th st nw . .. 09 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, -JO SOl'THl-RN ULILDINt. SIX ROOM UL'NGAI.OW. pantry and bath, tauge hoi and cold water, in. -quarter atie lot. uoar the Wireless Toners S . t'cjT- I KR. I'hoiiH -) ItoNHlvii. Ailliivt.iu, a soil l'uituer place b looms and bath .'). .'o ll?9 1 st nw 8 rooms und bath 4.'.S0 1417 7th st , 7 rooms and bath .... ;7 :o llrat und hot water Included In the above. VI9 I ortner pi . 6 rooms and bath M.JO -V17 Portlier pi , 6 rooms hot water Meat J-lo Store .'102 llth st nw , with living 'iar Apply A. n Willis the Portlier I th A. II n iv . DESIRABLE MODERN HOUSES FOR COLORED TENANTS C9 loth s. ne 7r b. good order . .. l.'OOO 1441 p st . i latge looms water ... 18 60 404 N. II ave, ( rooms, bath reduced . 11.C0 And various others ranging In price from 117 vi up fun flir list THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, air. FIFTEENTH STltEET FOR SALE HUUSES FDR SAIE- t olontal houi-c subitnntial ptli bledash and brh k with sioiu trliontitig, 3. 10 New Hampshire ac W licai J ur lines, 7 looms, iairTr ami tlleii bath, large loe dresbers In kitchen and pantrv ututherstilps ilirougbout comfortable home 01 0,1.1 in vestment, owner having lett lt otTerw house at low pi Ice Levs at 1.1. J Oak kt N VV 1 LOOK THESE OVER! UEFORE BUYING. COMPLETE IN EVERY LETAIL. One and Ode-half Squares Fiotn LINCOLN PARK. On 1H st N. E. hot. North Carolina av and C at. One of the most beautiful loca tion In th city, i rooms tile batn, larg lot, porch. All modern Improvement. Only (100 cash und balance like rent. $21.50 per month. Including Interest and principal. PRICE, $2,250. Open daily and Sunday until 1 D. m. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO RE YOl It OWN LANDLORD on 1100 cash and 111 month at CHEVY CHASE For full paitltulars diop postal, telephone or call on WM. II. RITl'HIU 418 and 419 Colorado bhig Tel M IMS. DEAI'T'FCL S-KOOM ni'NGALOW. fruit, porches, Ic car fare, 3 nUu lots, high and healthy, cno block from new puhtlc srnool PRICE ONLY, tl.bjO, terms, 3110 cwsi , Pal Hi month. O II ZANTGlNZElt. ic-S Nei York ave. N W For Rent, L. CHICKEN FRM with 10 aires truck lund 7-room house, tine old trees, wide .intlook, '-t) mlnuten walk rrom District line and trol ley. Addreva HON C, Tlnioa cifllce FOR SALE REAL ESTATE New York. UAUllAIN-JJ , ai-li .' iiitiulhlv ..ilvn lots nn I.0111: Islainl, New nrk full , -Ice Ho luitlj 3 racbi. AIL, 133 Willi J..1 .t , York tlty. DEATHS KHNNKLI.Y-On Sunday, February , ll, at his late residence, 3X1 Hi-cond street southeast, PATRICK II., beloved husband of Margaret 15. Kenhelly, aged eventv-tw;o ear. , Notice of funeral lirnflnr KSCHWINN-On Hunda, February , 11(. .at ..i n. m ur tliOJIlUrS 1IAMII. TOS KCHWINN, first assistant physician. Gov. eminent Hospital for the Insane, husband of Elvro Schwlmi (noe Gaddcea). Notice of funeral hereafter. WALLACE On Hnltirday. Februarv S, 19l, SARAH 11.. beloved vvRo of William W. allacc. In her slxtv-clghth vear luneral from her late residence, 713 Eighth street northeast, Monday, February 7, at 10 a in. Relatives and friends Invited. if. MEMORIAM MATHPSA God ten long ears ago todav Called my darling from earth away To land of bliss, to land of rest, To land of eternal happiness, Sleep on dear .Edward till the final day When all the mists have cleared nway; We'll meet you there, yes, one nnd all, To help ou crown lll(h Lord of All. Gone but not forgotten, v MOTH En UNDERTAKERS Embalmcra. Funcrnl Directors. J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A UVERr. 333 Pa, av e. N. W. Telephone M. 1385. WASHINGTON. D. C. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., 1X17 lOQj st. V. W. North 47. JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, 30.lt M St. IV. W. Went no. JAMES T. CLEA1ENTS' SONS, JJjlWlMoniln Ae. Went 804. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.. IOU JInspchuett Are. .Iluln 8420. ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, liOOS Vn. Ave. Wt 151 1BOD. ULRICH & BURDETTE, lB'.'O lNconaln Air. Urt 030. S. H. HINES & SON, INC. 171CI I-Hli otrert. Norlh inoS. R. !. HARVEY'S SONS. IS2.1 14lh atrcrt. North 281. THOMAS F. MURRAY. :n07-'J01l Nlrhnla r.T. .. l Line. 120. GEORGE W. WISE. 2800 M ntrret. Went 13h. W. W. DEAL & CO., Nlil II Street IS. K. I.lnr. 3404. HARRY M. PADGETT, 780 11th Htreet S. K. Line. 13T.9. NEVIUS U BROWN, 020 New York Ave. Main 2.T87. WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., 40S II Street V. n. Mnc. 524. GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc. 301 Iiat Cnpltol Street. Line. 372. W. R. SPEARE. 40 F Street. Mnln 4US)-4U8I. P. A. TALTAVULL, 7th Street B. W. Mala 1S70. 443 THOMAS M. HINDLE, 3th and II ta. N. v Slnln 537. O. B. JENKINS, 003 II St. X. W. Mnln 4S04. THOMAS S. SERGEON. 1011 7th St. N. . Mnln JO00. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS of every description moderate prices. GL'DE. 1314 F St. N. W. CEMETERY LOTS Cedai Hill Cemetery Washington' Newest nnd Prettiest CEMETERY FOR WHITE PEOPLE Lot on sale and Belling rapidly. Buy now and save 200"".. For limited time. lots are selling 1 times cheaper than any :emetery In the Diet-let of Colutn- LOTS $5.00 UP?-. Special rates to organizations and so cieties. For further Information ad- drc"jOS. J. CAYLOR, Treasurer. 723 Bth st N E Telephone Line 55" Auto service BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKINC.MEN Why are some hustlers so prosperous, while others have to llgure coie me boy. It s III voiir buying, while the ether fellow pn x 33 for new pants, the wise lad hii)r iniu or Ixtttcr from us at f? 0, one. price J I fcTH S OLU BTVNH. CI1 D PapcrhanRins. PAPERHANOING and painting In all Its branches. CHAP 11. HYSAN, 818 II st N E Phone Llmoln 2339 Mattresses nnd Box Springs. SPECIAL Hair nnd fcit matttes' mad over and renovated: all sizes, tl only. FAGLE HEDDINQ CO. 11W 7th St. N W. Ph N 6510. Paintins. H.WL OLR PA1NTINO done now I can save sou monej We guarantee our ma terial nnd workmanship to lie the best James Stevens, IKS Fla ave. Ph. North 3813 Paints. lit FFALO A I. O PAINTS MJl.I) H GEO It GILL 6: Pa nve H E. I'hone Line 11T9 Antique Furniture anil Repairing. 6AVE .t on your antique turnitura repair. Ing, rellnlshlng, upholstering. M .'itl-J. S J. BOROWrikl. UO-t Wnte- t 8 W. Window Cleaning. HOW AROL'T IIIOSE OIRTY WINDOWS' CAIIOON ACME WINDOW t'LUNINO SERVICE. S21 G ST N. W. Main 71. S. Carpet Cleaning. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE- full cleaned, rugs woven front old carpets, mattresses renovuted. Estimates furnls'ied. ALIIERT KAHLERT i.C'U., Jii U St. fl. W. FUR SALt OR EXCHANGE WILL SELL MY 31.600 EQl IT IN NEW $;,tXK) house Mt, Pleasant blot k from Mth st.. oi iMhHUKe for xu.iill noiifo oi de sirable hullilltiB lot in lakotim l'ailt. It a Dean. 6-16 tth st . Takoma Pnrk lelephone Col BlkJ SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, fl;""'1- ReadlnK dnll, seances Tues .t Thurt eves.; Frl.. i p m I'h l.lnc-Ols '115 N J. aif SE. Marie T. Davidson, Ph. D. Psychic, Occult and objective rt-ndiniH 1 ipcilall), ad vice 011 Invcs'menls and busman cntrprlies of anv nature. Hours 1 p in. tu 5 p ni Except hun lav I'hone Main COTu 1W7 'Hh sr N. W MRS ROTH 'tMiiiriR Diill, hame irilAO. lVJ 1 n i,u mid Thurs 'eve.. Mnn . .' p m lieu Mil st n alio.y lliiiary MEirilNC. TONIGHT Wonderful demoiisira- lion, mestuiee ZANCIG'S TEMPLE "Jj SI'IRITrVL MEDIUM. ..ilmt. I'ri7et .. until May. MISS lv POINTS, in.' ljth at MRS7VOEGl!FR Pruatreadln.oo w m. 10 C p. a, SOI F it, N. E. Speciail Nqtices watch UKi'Ailtixa. i;viiANrni:n WORK .AT RKASONAItW; l'Ri K Ji'uus it. ypt.PK. i4th h htb n . AUCTION SALES STOCK F DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Iimllca' anil gentlemen's fumlslilncs, includlni; hosiery, Undcrwofir, etc. l'tijillo auction on Tuesday, February 8, 1916, nt 11 a. in. sharp. Dealer and pri vate buyem Invited. D. NOTES, Auctioneer, 633 LotilRlarka Ae. N. V. AUTOMOBILES FOnD VALVE GRINDING, 32.31. We'll aavo you zwtv on uil yuur ucu rcinioHHi s?u t-v,k tOc per hour. W. 9. Kle Sc Bon. 1.111 It n. w. Automobile Repairing. CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON, AND AUTO WORKS B. M. LOVD. Manager. Truck and Automobile Holies to Order REAR OF 4U TO 451 EYE 8TREET N. W, MAlrt 3145. Fainting and Lettering a flpeclaltjr. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1 HORSES AND VEHICLES EIGHT HORUEH AND MARES: 4 MULEH. must fell for the want of use. Rear 4(3 Pa, ave. N, W. ! EEVEN HORSES AND TWO I1IG MARKd. Sold for tlie want of use. Rear 433 Pa. ave. N. W. (north side). CLAIRVOYANTS M. SPENCER, THE WORLD'8 MOST CELEBRATED PALMI8T AHD CLAIRVOYANT. Studio, 1318 14th St. N. W. CONSULT THIS GIFTED LADV AND 1113 CONVINCEDTERBOHALLY OF THE HON EBTV AND RINCEIUTT OF HER WOltlC It you are In trouble of any kind, .Uncon tented, unhappy, have had bad ;Uck, ur nny trouble that annoy you, M. .Spencer will tell Sou about them and how to overcome tin in. Iter advice and assistance have made thou sand hnppy. SHE HAS EARNESTLY1 DE VOTED HER LIFE TO THE EXi'LUelVn STUDY OF HER PROFESSION. AND STAND8 TODAY WITHOUT AN EQUAL IN HER WORK She has matered every se cret pertaining to psychic phenomena, and ha thorough! developed eeery phase of mental medlumshlp. ALL W7IO CONSPLT HER ARE SURE TO GET THE REST THAT CAN HE HAD IN HER. LINE THE MADAME WILL REFUSE TO ACCEIT ANT FEE UNLESS SHE GIVES THE UTMOST SATISFACTION. IMMEDIATELY RENEFITTED AND PER MANENTLY HELPED BV CONSULTING HER AT ONCE. WHO IS YOUR VALENTINE' ASK ZANCIG PALMIST AND PSYCHIC Foretells the future, recites the past, and gives you timely ad vice ijor the present. Full and complete reading, ONE DOLLAR. PHONE MAIN 4410 ' ZANCIG'S STUDIO, 902-4 14TH ST. N. W. Art DC nAVCD Tltie- Greatest car ivillkJ. jr i x.iv iteiider and Clalrvov ant. Readinss, 25c up. Now 117 lt t. S W. PROF. D. B. BRUCE, THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. Can be consulted on ail affairs. ti53A Wal ter Place S. E. Hours 9 a. in to lv p. in.; Bunda.s fiom to I p. m. Ph. Line. i .'1 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MME. CARLETTA, 30 Tears' Experience, Mostly In WashKKton. WHO NEVER MET YOU TELLS YOUR NAMB Of rare and eceptlonal rlalrvount nnd Ivi pressinnal nbllltv. an educated, rifted unA sympathetli- lad), vvho tells ou clearly una plainly In a manner easll understood on i x- membcrcl, what U In our past, what our future HOLDS. Is consulted dally lo ixoplv In all atatlons of life SHE DOES N'OT ASK. A Ql'KKTION, but Immedlatolv lells ou or jour troubles and how to overcome them. Tells names of friends, enemies, ewe thart, husband wife, if falso or true, ells -t ah. sent friend or relatives, of those who are t.owr or will be In our lire, their thougnt ana in tcntlons How to WIN AND HOLD THH I.OVE OF THE ONE YOU LOVE Advises on love courthhlp, marriage, divorce, Iuim neK, speculation, real estate, deals of all Kinds When nnd vvho you marry If evor. CARLETTA sees every one. irrespective ot condition or color, none allchtc-d. NO FEE IN ADVANCE and ou pa uothlne unless ou recefv tl.e Infornvatlor) and advice ou deslro Coll to da. Hnura 11 a. m to 9 p in. 'an 1m- con sulted dall In her own private residence. 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. Mrs. Newman ScW$$U Readme Dally 511 13th st N W i"M-K-M-H-H-rK THE LITTLE WHITE If MOTHER. T Mrs, Grace Gray Do Lone docs not V accept any lee in advance uud jou wll V not pay her one cent shojld ou tail to 'f receive the Information, ndvlce snJ as r sUtance jou require. Hlio elves u. 'i LUrato desc.'lptlous, correct locations -! full names, exact dates, true tacts v. out 4 picture every incident of our pat, ! present and future life Turn slowly .!. clear) j, quietly so that ou iiuv re . member ever word lells of pursuits .. who have been, nro now .r will ne In J. your life and what their thoughts, ac J. tlons, intentions are concerning vo.. P No misrepresentation Mine. De l.om, 4 twent ears of succesatul practice lire 4. Is Kiiarantee that she will not take vur A money for uiikatlstactory consultation A. People visit her who are able to ois A trlmlnate between the uevloied and JL the undeveloped medium. You owe It T to ourself to sc-o her before It Is loo X '"'"'NO FEE IN ADVANCE T Twenty enrs In private tesldence T Consulted by Roth White und Colored 7 AT HOME 10 A. M. TO S P M i 730 8TH ST. N. W. MADAM FIELDwllea 0,1, nsjii i.r Reunites the separated N. 1:.6.J l.-js 'th nvv I'ALMlbrUY CARD READING. MRS. R. LUSBY, Tarot and Forclsn Cards. East India Crystal. l.-iiliFH nnlv (LICENSED), ('losvd Sun.lav Reference as 737 1 Jth N. W. "?.??,: IU Ulilt. Stolid lloor. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLT DPRflRAH PEER OF ALL PALM c o v i n ,hTb ANU j,,,:DiUMa Enough said At home 7-0 lth st. N W. MADAM JEANSpmT1 Clairvoiunta -ire born, not made. Madata) J fan has been one since childhood, acknowl edited u press and public to be the greatest clairvoaiit In tbe world can positively r. unite th separated Get c reading from this remarkable woninn Will tell )ou names, dates and facts without aakinE you a tingle question. .on have a power ot your own either tor rooiI or evil Cultivate the good. Develop It Use It. Call and ue convliuvd. Private rooms, ou see no one. Prlvnt leadlntts arranged b phone. N 2J51. Pr liiaucnt locatlun CI7 It st. N VI. DELMAIM SISTERS "' f Renders, tell what ou want lo know Read lugs fOi list Uc 13 a. m to 3 p m bun d . v 1 to S 613 7lh t N W y CicriMti ReTliiiKM t Wr Reunites tha V-'clolllllJ c- it. il (iu-a rieei mnr rtage Removes all tmublrs. hatlnfa-tloTj. IZJ 1' at. N. S , Walk In. lit-.. Ulll p.av,