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T WASHINGTON TDIES; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1 191G.
13 n r T FORMER GUARDSMEN I ILL MEET TONIGHT Colonel Simms to Call to Order Gathering to Organize Mili tary Legion. More thon 0rp Hundred former Na tional Guardsmen or members of the historic military organizations that pre ceded tho organization of tho Guard, will participate In tho organization of the Military Service Legion of tho Dis trict at the L street armory this oven Ins;. Col. n. Douglas Slmms will explain tho objects of tho proposed organiza tion. The objects-of tho organization arc to bring together such of the 30.000 men who have had military training in tho National Guard, the Washington Llgnt Infantry, tho National nines, tho Cor coran Cadets, the National Fonclhjes, the temmet Guard, for tho purpose of helping In building up the National Guard, and to form an auxiliary to that organization. It Is expected p. T. Moron, president of the .Chamber of Commerce: Rons P. Andrews, president of tuc Retail Mer chants' Association. Uen. William K. Harvov, Gen. Chailes Ourand, Col. C. Fred Cook, Capt James P. Oyster, Col. Henry May, J. Miller lCenyon, and a numuer or oincr prominent citizens, or. the District, will nnenlt All of those have slwniried their Intontlon ot tolnlng in ljiu uiuciu?ni una uuvc asneu io permitted to take nn active part In the work tho legion proposes to do In build ing up nn Interest in the national guard Army and Navy ARMY. Lieut. Col. Chat leg R. Krauthoff, Quartermaster Cornu, relieved from as signment as assistant to the quarter master. Third Division. Lrave Tor one month on surgeon's cer tificate of disability grdnted Lieut. Col. Abraham V. Bufllngton, Infantry. First Lieut. Cortland Parker. Fourth Field Artillery, rletalleil as inipector lnBtruplor, organized mMlti.a of Massa chusetts, and upon arrival in the United States, to Boston. NAVY. Lieut. (J rr) G. D. Murray to Boston inspection of aeronautic matcrinl. Ens. B. C. Sweeney, to treatment Naval Hos pital. Washington D. C. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. Arrived Celtic, at Boston: Chester, at Monrovia: Culgoa. at Guantanamo. Cyclops, at Gtfontanamo; Glacier and Iris, at San Dlcgo. Kansas, at Cuatro Redes Channel: Lconldas, at Maro Island: Potomac at Cristobal: Proteus. at San KranclBCo: Rainbow at Yorba Buena. Fan Francisco: Saturn, at Tl buron; Washington, at Now York yard. Sailed Jason, from Inmbert Point for Cristobal: submarines K-l and K-2, from Ky West for Tampa; O'Brien, from Kev West for Gtiacanavabo bay: Tnllahassee. from Kev West for Tamua; WorHon, from Key West for Tampa. NOTES. Orders have boon Issued to convert tho collier Saturn Into a tender for dutv in connection with tho Alaska radio sta tions The vessel will sail about MnV 1 from the Marc Island vard for Alaska. Tho Albany will nroceed from Bremer ton to Seattle about the 16th Inar for duty as tho relief of the Vicksbiirsr for dutv with tho Washington Naval Mllttla "wl.llc the latter vessel undcitcoes a thrccMironths" overhaul at the Bremer ton vard. Tho following easels have been desig nated to participate in the Mardt liras celebrations at the following places: Flusser. Terry, and Momighan. at New Orlcnns: Preston. Reid. and Lamson. ut Mobile; Roo and Walke at Apalachlcola. The Perry and Glacier, now at San Diego, will proceed to the Marc Island vard. arriving about the 3th Inst. First Fox Shooting Case Is Dismissed The first prosecution in Montgomery count under the law prohibiting the shooting of foxes while being chased bv houndH In charge of huntsmen, m held Saturday In Rockvllle A Hunting Hill huntsman was accused of Interrupting a fox chase neat Travll-ili by shooting tho fleeing animal, but tho case against him was dismissed when It could not bo established that the animal was killej by him. The law prohibiting tho killing of a fox while In ehasc was passed by the Maryland legislature in 1900. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE '5(10 Storage Rooms, 91,00 per mo. up. 1IOVIVG, TACKING by Hxprrt. I.ovr Rates. I'XIOS STOHVtSK CO., 4H 3d at. Main 4371. MONEY! MONEY! MQNEY! Adanoed on storage UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. Xth and D its nw. Ph. M S806 Estlnintes on Packing and Shipping. FIREPROOF STORAGE IM Separate Locked Rooms, 12.00 Month Up. Merchants' Transfer and Storage Co. Main G900. 930-922 E St. N. V. "BAFBTY FIRST " ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE. t'NITEU STATES bTORAGE CO. Rooms, t:.M) and up. Molng, Packing. Phone Main HW. tlt.420 10th it. N y. Washlneton, Baltimore and Sub urban Moving. Northeast Ex- .- press Company. 1017 H St. N. E. Ph. Line. 3970. ITree morlng for ator urc, N. 3343 or N. 3344, SBIITII'S THAKHFim ft stoha;e co.. eu b. Wight I'k. N. 0003. iZK3E MOVrNfi PADDED VAN8 IHUVIllU FURNISHED. Phone M :010-M11. KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1226 II Street N. W. BTORAGE. I'ACKINQ. AND 8HIPPINO. Cl.EAN. dry storage (or furniture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully given. WESCIILER'S, HO Pa. ave. N. W l'hone Main 1242. HORSES AND VEHICLES TWO GOOD MARES, suitable for farm use. three good delivery nagons. U2 tth tt. N. W. 10 HORSES and mares. Kshl out of work must be sold at once 110 Ulh st N. W. BEVKN HORSES AND TWO 1IIU MAItl'.b. Bold lor the want of uts. Iliar. W Va. ae. N. W, (north sldaj. HOVOttHtttKlW w1 $) EDUCATIONAL Singing, Elocution mrh kmit.y frkch iiAnNW. 1U 11th at. N. H. l'hone Line. ITSJ. Tuesday una Friday. 23 H Utli ft. V ' ' WashingtenSchool of Accountancy New semester begin Feb. 4. Prepare for C. r. A. amrVbusltie. Free bulMln. TIIOS. W. WALTON, v. si. u a irao a si. n. w. WASHINGTON BUSINESS ' una CIVIL SERVICE 8CHOOL. U1T N. Y. nv, M. 4J04. W. C. i'oteet. ITIn. LOST AND FOUND DAn PIN Platinum, set with live diamond!. Lost Feb. I. :i reward. 161S Irvine ' N V. DIAMOND RING Lot on W t.. between 3rd and 4th N. W. Reward, 2110 let N. XV. HELP WANTED MALE II EN to distribute circular. Apply M DAVID. ;C9 7th at. N. W. NIGHT WATCHMAN-BURGESS HOTEL. AOKXCr, BM 10th it. N. W. TINNERS' HELPERS; experienced. Applj o 8. 8INBTACK. .-39 Nhthols ave , Anacoitla. D. C TOUNQ MEN FOR Locomotlte firemen Experience unneceaiary. Qlv ace. BOX 66. Tlmea office. HELP WANTED FEMALE A LADT from 3$ to 4S years old, to be com' pany for my wire while I am out! room and board; no alary, J30X TJ. Tlmea office. WAITRESSES Experienced, wanted at once; teady work. Apply CONGRESS LUNCH, .204 let at. 8. E. 7 SITUATIONS WANTED Female. PIANO PUPILS: leeeona given at pupil's home, beginners a specialty. UOX T3, Times office. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE 100 HEATING STOVES. ANY IIEATINQ STOVE AT C08T. HOPWOOD'S 1th AND K. PIANO Vote square grand: good tone, good condition; 120, call after 6 p. m. (J3 Maas. axe. N. E DON'T WA8TE TIME writing by hand; renting an UNDERWOOD and using it In your correspondence means special attention paid to your letters, "The machine you will eventually buy." UNDERWOOD TTrE. WRITEn CO.. 1204 F at. N. W. THE REnUILT TYPEWRITER CO. (INC.), 717 12th at. N. W. Main CS34. Huy. sell, rent and repair typewriters. AWARDED GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. LET US ESTIMATE nn cleaning and repair ing jour typewriter; all work guaranteed. We also buy and sell second-hand machines on commission, give us a trial. Call M S889 for quick service. UNIVERSAL TVl'E WRITER REPAIR CO., 816 F St. N. W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing, either ladles' or men's; send postal: will call. I). TAHSHES. 1308 Uh at, N W. Phone (North 4. I WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone It. 12S2 for wagon, or have us call. "WESCHLER'a." 820 Pn ave. N. W. 1 WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your goods to the man who gives the moat money, ace nurwuuu, sin and K, I HIGHEST PRICES paid for all kinds ot sec ond hand clothing: ladles' and men; Crop postal. M. BERMAN. 826 D st. N. W. OLD ARTZFICIX. TBETH-WIll pay good prices: may be broken. FREEMAN. Room tM. Henola Bldg.. 11th and Q. 1 PERSONALS MARILDA WILLIAMS, Manicuring, Sham. poolng, halrdresstng, scalp treatment, 10 to 7. Apart, a, Tho Caroline, 70S 11th St. N. W. 31. OMg. MISS WELLS JSKtelS ! 4. 833 Q st. N. W. Apartment 7. third Poor. MISS JAMERON, manicurist and chiropody; hours, 10 a. m. to '. p. m. i::i New York ave. N. W.. second floor MANICURING. 8CALP TREATMENT. " PHONE MAIN 7811. 716 11th 8T. N. W. MISS BABER manicuring, i.woo Dnocn-shampooing, scalp Treatment. 409 Q st.. opp. 1.. H. Pension Oft. MRS. ORA L. FIELD JJaohna1ca-nu Treatment; face and scalp. Here for a short time only. SIB II N. W.. 2nd floor. MRS. COHEN X'!cg?ln'FaBcnrir; Treatment, Itody Massage. and other branches, at our home ill Kcnols Rldg., 11th and O. Optn Sunda). Phone Col. I72-J. PEARL E. HOOD, Chiropodist. Manicuring Taught. Main 1906. 21 F st. N. W. LOUISE MAIERagSSSJSi. chlroDOdy. halrdresslna all branches tiuthr. Open Sun. SOS Kcnols Rldg., 11th tt O. M.4U4, 1- MAAnF-sriBNTmc Swedish IVIrtOOnUC ScaU. Treatment, Me". chano.Therapy, Osteopatln. appointment at jour nome. ei Jenoi iiiag, DR. FISK ELGIN, Specialist rhoae Main SOU. Pa. at N. W. iVISS CAIN Manicuring and Pialp Treat Apart 1 Phone Main 7425 ! 1I4II)rIaia.aiIeaTejsTiiTeaI HR RPFn SPKC1ALI8T. Ul. rVCCU 101 17 STRKRT. " The Most Important Advice f that I can offer to or.) man cr X w)raan who la fluttering fr jni .. any ucute, chronic, or epeclal UIh.v eaho Is to tako liiuntdluto atps.. to GET WELL. 608. Hactcria vac- clncs and all the new tuilums an J v antl-toxlns adnilnluteieJ. Elood tedta made. Laboratory stoclcnd with everything the beat In medl-" -Inea. Over ao ear practice in- treatlnB . Catarrh. lndlgeatlon, " ConHtlpntlon, Piles, Throat, Lun'a. Bmln. Heart, lilood. and Skin" f Diseases, RhottiRatlsin, all gtaiios " X of Blood Poisoning, Norvoua nd" J. General Debility. fhurKoa ToW. ' ' Moaicinca r urnmiicu. uinco Hours 10 to 1. 3 to 0. Sundays, lo to 12.".. 5-M-l1 111! l"l"l"l 'I I I I I-H-? AUTOMOBILES FORD VALVB aiUNDINO, 2.:5. We'll save you 20 on all your auto repairing. All work 70c per hour. W. 8. Klcs A .Son. M4t K n. w. Automobile Repairing. CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON, AND AUTO WORKS R. U. LOVD. Ullur,r Truik and Automobile Rodlc to Order. IWKMWt VV MW lJ CI is oTJtKfc,T N, W, Painting and Lettering' a Specialty. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 1 SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, ,?,yrnr,JMAL Readings dally: seances Tues. A- Thurt. ee.l Krl.. 2 p m Ph. Lino MU. sis N J . KK MRS ROTH "Rl"ne ". Hcance ITirVO. IW- 1 I 1 xues. ami Thurs. ee.. on.. z o. m. luiusin st nn . aboo Library. MEirijlNO TONIGHT. tVonderfitl deinonstra tlon. messages. ZANCIG'S TEMPLE ?,!: n' tiiii vi it SPmiTI-M,MEDIlM palmUt Prices foe until Ms. .MISS LA POINIS. Hi: Utli t. N W MRS. VOEGLER i'f'' '?"'" l?f I . . ... and l 00. Hours 10 a. . u I p. m. We F L N, E. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished IDEAL At't. CO., 1900 Pn. avo.-Tto rooms, also large, room, rlectrlc llchlsj Iwo lcrsins, M.K weekl l'hone M. 71i7. 14th BT. N, K., 321 Two pleasant tUrnlshed rooms; llehr housekeeping; heat and usn, rompletvUeionth, j 11 BT. N. V, 613 Two or threo front com- iiiuiiivniiiiK IVUII1B, IICHt, ai, fKlini 1, It. K, liennltted. i lth HT. N. W., ISO) Irge cheerful room, nlCelv furnlahnil. ntletnen nr.f.pr.J 3rd 8T. N. W 42.' Furnished rooms for iniunfurcpniK ana sirgpina. 1- G 8T.i 1U6, COR. llth-Lnrge front room well lurntnnea; an improvements; one Night: gentlemen. 9th HT. N. W 1022 Furnished rooms, hot- nu.ri ,(f'i, - 3rd BT. N. W 4W Thre roOms and private vain, nemy pnpereu, lurnisneu tor house keeping, IIS per month. 2th 8T, N, W 914 Two communicating front rooms furnished complete, l, h,; H week! other rnrttrm. 11. M. 19 uf1., n.iM, COo day, E ST. N. W 131 Two large furnished rooms for housekeeping; second floor) adjoining bath II ST. N. W., 918 Furnished rooms, fl.OO up. largeirom; Lcnirai; reasnnaDie. ! 6th ST. N. W , 1022-In prlate German fam- 111. ittiam hint lutth ' tih.n. Ditii.hi. tne or two, 13 ' i lh 8T. N. W., 408 Newly pap'ered fiont basement; h. k.; other rooms, tl.g and II. to. tth ST. N. W., 412-Furnlshed large necond Moor front; h. k,; other warm rooms, 11.(4 and 12. N. CAPITOL 8T.. 15-Neatly furnished rooms for gentlemen. 1 Unfurnished. 14th Bt. N. B 07 One bedroom una "m- piete mtchen; hath. porcJi. closets; 112. I4l PROSPECT AVE -Three unfurnished rooms; heat, gas and use ot telephone; fis per month. West 1010. OVER RICE'S STUDIO-Desirable rooms, Inquire at Htudlo, 1201 F st. 1" Furnished or Unfurnished. M ST. N. W , 40-Furnlshedrand unfur nished roorrn, all modern Improvements; ale reasonable. l Wanted. TWO ADULT8 WANT two or three I. h. k. rooms, northwest, must be reasonable, IIOX 71. Times office ! ROOMS AND BOARD 2148 PA. AVE. Is. W The Auburn-All bright, sunny, beautifully furnished rooms. with hot and cold running water, steam lu-nt. direct car serlro, moderate rates. Phone West 1SI6-W. . TABLE BOARD THE SHEPHERD, 10th and H sts. N W. Excellent meals, breakfast, 25c, lun:n, 2tic, dinner, 25c. H.60 week. L BT. N. W 909 Two meals, fj.&0, 1 meals, W.OO K 8T. N. W, 945 Good Virginia cooking, 12.50 week for two meals a day, 13 per week for three meals a day, gle us a trial. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOnKINGMEN This Is no hurry call; we are taking things eas, and when trade comes In we are vn sure to nake a mle, where can you buy a fine tailored, slight!) used suit low as 15. and a few oercoata tor sale. One price. JFSTH'S OLD STAND, C19 D. l Paperhanging. PAPERHANG1NG and painting In all Its branches. CHA8. It. HTSAN, 111 II St. N E. Phone Lincoln 2239. Mattresses and Box Springs. SPECIAL Hair and tut mattresses mads ver and renotntcd: all sixes. 9,1 only. EAGLE REDDING CO., 1199 Tth st. N. W. Ph. N. 6210. Painting. WM. J. McWHIRT, plain and decorative. painting, graining and hardwood nniihlng 711 6th st. N. W. Estimate cheerfully given. HAVE YOUR PAINTING done now I can aave you money. Wo guarantee our ma terial and workmanship to b the best. James Stevens. 1828 Fla ave Ph North 2611 Antique Furniture and Repairing. 8AVK 20 on your antique furniture repair ing, reflnlshlnir, upholstering M. 2714-J, 6. J. BOROWSKI, 12M Water st. 3. W. Window CleauinR. HOW ABOCT TIIOSE DIRTY WINDOWS! CAHOON ACME WINDOW CLBtNINQ SERVICE. 921 Q ST. N. W. Main 7159. Paints. BUFFALO A. L O. PAINTS. Sold by CHAS. B. CHURCH. 421 7th St. S. W Phone M 7621. Carpet Cleaning. CARPET8 THOROUQHLT AND CARE fully cleaned; ruga woven from old carp-iti. matti esses renovated. Estimates furnished. ALBERT KAHLERT & CO., 352 B at. 9. W. M. 2036. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. 1420 20th ST N. W.. 4r, gas. water 110 75 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 20 SOUTHERN RU1LDINO 1 1033.6th st n ., 5 rooms nnd bath 12. to 1034 6th st. n e., 5 rooms and hath . l'.CK) These are the nicest, cleanest and Ust apartments In the city for the nionej. Kt)i at 723 5th st N. E THE PORTNER. lath nnd V Ms N . Unusual opportunlt) to Hecure choice location 4 loonw, b of which are. front 6S 0) 6 rooms . . 4VM I rooms, to sublet .450 Light (minded In rent. Eco bins first class. Dining room L'rllbojn All-niKht t levators HeMdent nannuer. 11th HT. N. W . 737- Pour rooms and bath, hot-water heat 830 50. FOR RENTHOUSES Unfurnished. GOOD HOUSEis FOR I OLORriD TENANTS. 452 P st nw. kr. nnd bnth $25.50 1IS0 N J. ave. nw.. 7r and b s..5n 806 lth at. nw . 7r. and b i; 10 2204 l'. ave nw. 4r. and b : 50 141 " st nw , 6r nnd water i 50 2J19 K st. nw . Cr. and b inn 1814 i: st. nw., 6r. and b l'.i,50 434 L at. nw.. 6r. and b 1K.00 923 N. H. ave nw , 7r. and water . 18.50 501 20th tt, nw., Sr. and b li.ou 1119 3rd at nn.. Tr. and b 1C 00 2416 F it. nw Sf and b 16 to 1911 E it. nn.. 6r. and b 14 Co 2222 E st. nw.. 5r. and b 12.50 For List of Cheaper Houses Apply at Of die. James M. Woodward, 723 20th st N W NEAR UOVT. PRINTING OFFU'I. 114 C se. ne , Ur hml bnth . J3T 50 66 M st. nw., 9r and bath, stable ... 55 uO 704 F at. ne.. ?r. nnd bnth . . 26 50 72 K st ne , 5r. and bath j; () James M. Woodward, 723 JOth t.N V 6-ROOM FRAME llOUSE, "northwest suburb, excellent condition, near i car line; rent, E G LOREN'C. Owner. 1419 G st. , w Phone Main 6769. V iiii 8th UT N. V 8r. and b ..32 60 2403 l'a ae lr. 2b., garage ...,..n.. 76.00 1951 I'lney Branch rd. nw., 6r. b 18.50 616-618 M St. nw,, 6r, b , 17.50 1319 Ee st ne , 6r. w uto Blair rd nw.. near Lamond station 7.60 1210 13th st. nw :o 00 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, Till pgUTHUHW BUILDING. FOR HENT $14 50. neui Pa. ave. S. K ; six rooms and bath, good repair, whlto onli L. E. F PRINIM:, 7-'l Bond bldg. 2014 Portner place. 6 rooms and buth ..f.:0.50 14!9 U st. nw., 8 rooms and bath 42.30 1447 7th St., 7 rooms and bath 37 jo Heat and hot water Included In the above. 2019 Portner pi , C room and bath 23.51 2027 Portner pi., 6 room hot waiter heat 33.50 Store. 2102 14th st. nw., with living iuar. Apph A. B Willis, the Portlier. 1-tli & U nw. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE New Yorl:. RARISAIN-S: rssh tj monthl , Inns 5 Inti on UinK Island, New Vorl., fiilf- ,.rii, o only $i eaih). VAIL. 133 Willlim t . v. York city, BULLETIN OH AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed Information concerning the following opportunities may he secured freo of charrjo upon application to BUREAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. . K5T. T.? ABBREVIATIONS USED: BLA-yV-Free board, lodging and -waah- inp;. i'Ai-rer momi. i-w-i'cr week. Fice board and lodnlnc. HQFAM-Un KB Encllah tpeaklna;. Exp ISxperleaced, advanced undor favorable conditions. . yj2ii--.tc-,iTJLiQ "iSS' Ll .'l1 understood that art opportunities are ot a permanent nature, and tho hetp Is desired as soon as possible. FARM LABORER, Maryland. 170 MJJ. Baltimore Co. One married man for general frm work. Any ES. 4 cows. Exp. Children permitted. 830 PM ear round, house, garden, fuel and mlllc 'Wife to help at washing. Virginia. 8703597. Orange Co. Ono married man for milking, gardening, ote. Relglan, Nor weglan or German. Other whlto S3. Rxp. or green. Children permitted, ir very small. No Tr, 1100 per apnum at first, board and fuel. Connecticut. V. 870 7017. Connecticut. Near Hartford, Conn. Wanted about 30i) Negro farm laborers for tobacco culture. Experienced men 12.25 per day, others 81.75 PD, unfurnished house, garden and fuel free. Borne work for women at rooking and laundry work. Tioth married and single wanted. Wanted about April 1. - District of Columbia. Fferm near Washington, married man wanted i sio per montn. including unfurnished house, garden, fuel and ecttables. Must nara some sxp. COMMON LABOR. Maryland. 78-l484. Baltimore Co. Wanted ten or twelve boya about sixteen years of age to break ends off blowers pipes seml-niugh work. II PW to start. When proficient will earn 17 to 87.60 PW. . Pennsylvania. 891-M Fayette Co. Vnllmlted number of machine mlnera at coke drawers desired. Austrlans and any others. Married or "Ingle. 45c. 48c and C6c for 42.buihel wagon. Drawing coke at 11.03 and 11.15 per oven. No Tr. 69164. Fayette, Co. Unlimited number of coal mlnera and coke drawers wanted. Polish preferred any others. Married or single. 45o and 66c for 80-bushel wagon, uke drawing 11.10 and 11.05 per atn. No Tr. 69155 Centre Co. Wanted 300 miners and mlno loaders. Slavonian. Married or sin gle, rick miners 72c per ton, maders 42c per ton. 8 hours PD. FOR SALE HOUSES ONLY ttJO CAHH REQUIRED TO BUY good brick house near 18th and V sts, nw. Price. 12.500. Will make Kood homo for col ored purchaser. James M. Woodward, 73 -'Oth st N W FOR SALE Colonial house, aubstuntlnl peh bledash anil brick with stone trimming, 3510 New Hampshire ae N. W near 2 car lines. 7 rooms, pantry and tiled hath, large (.losets, dressers In kitchen and pantry, weatheratrips throughout . comfortable home or good In estment. owner timing left city offers house at low price Keys at 1352 Oak st. N. W 1 LOOK THESE OVER! UUKORE RUYINQ. COMPLETE IN JEVERY DETAIL. One and One-half Squares from LINCOLN PARK. On 14Vi st. N. II . bot. North Carolina nva. and C st. One ot the most beautiful loca lions In the city. 6 room, tile bath, largt lot, porch. All modern Improvements. Only 1100 cash and balance Ilk rent. $21.50 (per month. Including Interest and principal DirE O 4Cn i ail,, pi,iuv. Open dally and Sunday unUl 9 p. m. SUBURBAPJ PROPERTY For Sale. , HOW TO BE TOUR OWN LANDLORD on 8100 rash and $11 month, at I CHRVV CHAKK. For full particulars drop ' postal, telephone, or call on WM. H. HITnili;. m and tl Lolnrado bldg. Tel. 31 lUtJ. BEAUTJFUL C-ROOM BUNGALOW, fruit, porches. 5c car fare. 3 nice lots, high and healthy, one block from new public school. PRICK ONLY, 81.631 terms. 1100 cash, bat. 116 -month. O H ANTQINZER, 9C5 New York ave. N W FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE 78 acre at Jesxup fetation on R and O. railroad about half wa between Washington and Baltimore. 54 acres clar balance In good timber One-half mill from 'otileard, 6-room house In good condition, only j min utes' unlk from station, 12 irauisiat.h way exery day. This Is a fine farm and must be sold Price onl) 56.500. FOr particulars apply Marion Duckett & Son, 611 F st N XV l'hone Main 3085. FOR bAI.E 160-aere farm. Fairfax Co., Va., i Improved bv new bungalon, fences, etc Money rent In oxren of 6 per ent on nur. . ihase price A splrndbl Investment. J9.CO0. 12 ncres, 7-rooni dwelllnB, fruit shade, Pne spilnK. stable, etc 5 miles from ;lty, mar macadam road. Ideal little farm, I4,!00 New 8-room house, hot water hent, tieth, good location, school, storo. rhurch. etc.. McLean, Va., a bargatn at 12,750 H. C MAOKALU Metropolitan Hank Bulldlnr. FARM 5, 10 or 15 acres at Barcroft. Va., 6. room house, will consider exchange for un improved propertv r first clas automobile. W O SULLIVAN. 426 5th at N W. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN f-H-S"rH"!-MKWI"H"M"I"I"HH' No Commissions Charged v ON REAL ESTATE? LOANS In the District of Columbia. Easy Monthly Payments. J Washington Six Per Cent X $ Permanent Building Ass'n. t t St 4N. V. EMublihhed 1NSI. A-scU 0n J2.500 000. (CAREFUL LTSnESTMENlS Of money In First Deeds of Trust (First Mortgages) on Washington. D. ('., Real Ei tat alwaja give the lull interest luomised. and the return of all the principal when due. regardless of the vanlng Imomes and valua of other securities, and they ar not sub lect to taxation. m have been successfully SD(aged In making these Investment fet- ou: clleni for more than a quarter of a century. Investment. $250. $509 to $10,000 at 6. 5W. and I per cent now ready for delivery. Larger Investments ruade. AVra. H. Saunders & Co., BOUTHERN BUILDING. 607 16TH ST. 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. W. Second Trust Specialists. MONEV TO LOAN on real mate; lowest rates; prior payment privilege; targe amounts. TV1.BR Rl'TIILRFORD. 817 15th MONEY TO LOAN-3250 to 8509,000 on D. C. real eatate. several trust fund. 4 to 1 per lent All transactions conducted wit econumlial cunldrraiion lur borrowers, WM 11 SAUNDERS & CO.. tout-era UuUdlng, 807 lit- U N. VT. PD - Per div. PitPr hour. nt-- furnished iiouae, jtarden, fuel and milk. it. AUV..TI asportation may oo TRADES. Indiana. 431. Lake Co. Fifteen aqueeter molders desired. Married or tingle. 84-11 I'D. Michigan. 8761602, Chippewa Co. Twenty-five experi enced canvas glove makers wanted. Mar ried or single. Women and girls preferred, men accepted. Wages depend on ability. 10 hrs. VV. Ko Tr. New York. 19982. Erie Co. Machinists and assemblers wanted when positions are open. Any na tionality. Married or single. Machinists Z7Ho to 35c PH. Assemblers SOe to .'io I'll. to 9H hrs. PD. No Tr. 8761446. Erie Co. Unlimited number of ma. chine shop hands, assemblers, etc. Any ER. Married or single. 22Ac PH and up. "No Tr. 9 hrs. PD. PhUadelphia. 35662. Philadelphia. 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"An not making ap proprlatlonn for the cNpenses of ihn cov em inent of thii District of Columbia, for the Ts. cal j ear ending June thirtieth, nineteen hun dred and fourteen, anil for other purposes, ' whereby thev are authorized to open, extend or widen any street, avenue, road or hlgfiwav to conform with the plan of the permanent ajstem of highways in that jKirtlon of the District of Columbia outside of ihe cities cf Washington and Georgctvnn adopted undr the Act of ConRress approved March 2. 1'(1 a amended by the Act of Congress approved .'lino 28, 189? h) tondenination under the i re visions of subchapter one of chapter fifteen of the Code of Law of the District of "oUni bla), have filed a petition In this court praj Ing the condemnation or the 'and neoemars for the widening of Wisconsin nvenue, lx tween Garfield street ami the District of Columbia boundar line. In the District of Columbia, as shown on a plat ur mai filed with the said ctltlon. as part thereof, aild i. ravin also that a Jury of flvo udlroui. i lerleiicpil disinterested men. who ..hall be freeholders within the District of "olumbla. not related to nnv person Interested In hre jiioeredlngs. and not In the service or em plovmetit of the District of Columbia or of the Untied Rtate. be summoned by the I nlted States marshal frf the District f Co lumbia lo assess the damages each owner of land to he Mken ms sustain bv reason of the nsld widening of Wisconsin avenue as afore said In the District ot Columbia and the condemnation of the land tiec-ssarv for tlm purposes thereof, and to assess, as hennflts r sultlng therefrom the entire amount of said damages, Including the expense of these pro ceedings upon nnv Isnds which the lurv i"e find will 1 benefited, as provided for In and by the aforesaid Act of Conercs It K l,y the Court. thl 4th ds or Februarv A. D. 1916. ORDERED That all persons having any Interest In these proceedings be and they are herebv warped and commanded to appear In this Court on or before the 3rd dsy of March A. D. 1916, at ten o rloelt A. M. and con tinue In itteiidance until the court shall hare made Its' final order ratlf)lng ind confirming the award of damages and the assessment cf benefits o the Jury to be empanelel and sworn horeln. and It Is further ORDERED. That a ronv of this notice and nrd"r te pub lished tnlro a week for thr.p surressive weeks In the Washington Ev-nlne Star. The VMslilngtoit Times and the Washington Her ald, newspapers published In the said District, commencing at least twenty days before tho raid 3rd dav of March. A. D 1916 It Is fbrther ORDERED, That a eopv of this no tice nnd order be served by tho United Stile marshal, or his deputies, upon each of tho owners of the fee of the land o lie con demned herein and upon tenants and occu pants of the same as mav be found bv the 'ild marshal, or bis deputies, within the metric t ' """nlumhls lfrre hc valil "rd dav of Starch . n. 1916 II the '"our V I PID'WNg JVi.Hce K r-e rum Test 1 V. lOlNO. Cleik Rj F E Cunningham AJst. Clerk. IN MEM0RIAM (Notice for thla column are accepted at 60 rent flat, either prose or poetrr, ,n no tlce doe npt exceed ten lines. And 10 cent for each line In excess of ten.) . . UNDERTAKERS Embalm Cr. Funernl Directors. J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A L1VERT. ., . 8 Ta. ,. tt. XV. Tlephona M. 1338. WAPHINOTON. D. C. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., 1IMT 10th St. y. W. North 47. JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, ;w.n ai hi. nr. w ivct oo. JAMES T. CLEMENTS SONS, 134t Vlconlti Av. XVoat 804. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO,, 1014 Moanchtiaet Ave, Main 8430. ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, 3004 Pa. Ave, West int lBeth ULRICH & BURDETTE, 1B20 M4aconln Arc. Went 030. S. H. HINES & SON, INC. lTlB lth atrcct. North 1B0S. R. V. HARVEY'S SONS. 133.1 14th street. North 331. THOMAS F. MURRAY. aOOT-3011 Nlchola are. 9. B. Line. 134L GEORGE W. VISE, 2000 M atreet. West IBS. W. W. DEAL & CO., 8141 II Street N. 12. Line 3494. HARRY M. PADGETT, 730 lltk Otreot S. E. Line- 1S5B. HERBERT B. NEVIUS, 30 New Vork Are. Main 2087. WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., 40M II Ptrect N. K. Line. 034. GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc. SOlEast Capitol street. Line. 372. W. R. SPEARE. 40 F Ptreet. Mnln 43S0-4281. P. A. TALTAVULL, 443 7th Street S. Vf. Main 1870. THOMAS M. HINDLE, Sth and )I Sta. N. M Sfaln 337. O. B. JENKINS, M.1 H ft. N. XV. Alain 4844. THOMAS S. SERGEON, 1011 7th St. N. X. Mnln JOBo. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS of every deaciiptlon moderate prices. UUDE, UU F sL N. XV. Vital Records Births. Clarence R and Margaret v Ine iilller, bo). .maeio auiu osepnine ccarpuuo, DO Oscr n. and Doris Piur. girl. Dion K. and Dorothy U Kerr. Iiov. John V and Annie M. Jenkins, boy. vmimm j. ana Mamie (j. uuckett, uoj. Philip and Grace Capone, girl. Ernest and Frances Caiuicl. boj. Aubrey and Emma Combs, girl. Francis C and Frances C Connlck. boy Frank and l'llomena Doccabilla, bo, lAwrence and Agatha Uruno, loy. r-ninct F and Louisa G. Allen, boy. John II. and Frances U B. Wenlel, girl. Cameron and Florence Silling, iioy. Ralph 11. and Marie D Pratt. bo, Robert 8. and Ruth Porter, boy. William 11. and. Ethel A. Norris. boy. Frederick W and Clarrlta Clseel, bo. Clajion G. and Mrt(e Rlrch, girl, Peter and Athnea Uerbe. boy, Frederick and Carrie Durkhard, boy, William II. and Lillian Rerrv, girl. Edgar and Rose Darker, boy. narence and Victoria West, boy, William and tkesis Washington, girl. Robert and Martha Turner, girl, l'ercj and Lavinla Thornton, girl, rhomaa and Elberta Manning, girl. Charlie and Annie Lewis, girl. 1-eon M and Cora 8. Humphrey, girl. Wyeth and Rosa Frailer, boy. Charles W. and Harriet Ducket, girl. William and Barah J. Catlett. girl. Marshall and Gertrude Brown. Moees and Nanle Woodson, gtrl. William and Elizabeth Washington, girl. Edward II and Irene Rosa. boj. Dudley J. and Lillian Proctor, girl. William J. and Sarah Proctor, girl. James and Bessie Nelson, boj. Hezeklah and Blanche Johnson, boy. Frank nnd Sarah Frailer, bo.v James c. and Verney Child, boj. Clarence and Ella ChappeDe. tlrl Deaths. Sarah H. Wallrce, is ear. TI3 Eighth strett noitheaat. James II. blee, SO ears, 410 East Capitol street. k Ellz.tbeth Ahem, 6S year, 60 Irving meet iwrthuejt. Joseph F. Deutchman. 26 yean, Corernmant Hospital for tho Insane. William E. Simmon. 67 jeara, II and Third Hlieete northeast. MUbael Mc'arthv. 73 stars. L'hlted btate Soldlcra Home. D. C. Margaret F Hallig. 80 years. 3711 Sherman avenue northwest. Hamilton Woodyard, 10 yean, 686 Sixth street northwest. Mlhram Kalpa. S3 yean, 1734 Corcoran street northwest Fred Price. CO jean. 623 Tenth street south- east Ellsha r Etchlson, M ears. Emergency Ho- pltnl. Andrew J. IVrguson. 62 jears. C02 Keventh str:et southeast Ellsha J Heacham. 62. Naval Hospital. Ralph Helpheiistlne, 33, Tuberculosis Hos pital. Rridget Donohue. 75 sears. Proridemc Hos pital. Charles A Knockey, 67 jean, 1103 Seventh street northeast. Evelvn C. Athe 7 months, Canal road. D. C William J. Deane, 4 sears, 31-a M street southwest Virginia C. Allen, Si -cars, 1122 Houth l.tro- llna avenue southeast. Ara G Mlddleton, 1U months. r:49 Twelfth street northwest. Jnsephlm Heveris. 3S sears, 1727 Gllcks alley northv est. Eliza Sprlggs. 26 j ears. Tuberculosis Hos pital. Carolina Grimes. 60 years, Washington Asy. lum Hospital. Delia M Garrett, 2 years, 1815 Rlggs street northwest Samuel A. Brown, S3 jears. 431 Eighth ilttet southwest, garlic HtrelKht. 60 )ear, 273 Rock court northwest. Albert Miller. K scars. 63 Dli street north east Parah A Jackron. 17 sesrs, 913 G Hree' southwesl Ida Newman. 40 sears. Freed men's Hospital . CLAIRVOYANTS 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. STRANGE POWERS SHE TELLS YOUR NAME An educated, refined, ssmpathctlc lii , tells In a clear understandable ananhrr. with out aakinr a question, til OBJECT OF TOUR CALL, tell of sour troubles how to uvli come tht m. names of friends, If fale or tins and enemies: tells vour past, present, fu ture. If sou will le successful, advising on business, speculations, teal estate, chaugrs LOVE. CQFRTHHIP, MARRIAGE. DI VORCE, POHITIVELT OFARANTEEB Sf--CESH If you are separated from the one you lovo and wish to be re-unlted IOC NEED HER ADVICE remove nil evil in fluences and start jou on the -oad to hap piness. Call and have ono of her 8PE 'IAL R15ADINGH and be convinced. CARLETTA AfiKS NO FEU IN ADVANCE. Bess every one. Irrespective of condition or color nuue tllghtcd. Hours 11 a m to 9 p. m. Separate parlor MME. CARLETTA, 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. DELMAIN SISTERS J?"' ,.", Reader, tell what sou want lo know. Heal ing, SOo. ten. 10c, 12 a. m to 9 p ,u. Hun das I to s. 613 ith st N ! THE QRKHN.M. AND OM.V D E B O IVTA H ''KKn or AI l- 1'al.m. u i, u j i tt n ,STJ) VND M, vv J? Kaeugb said. At horns, TM llUi it. , W. SpecJal Notices WATCH 11KPAIIUNO. (II'ARANI WORK AT RKAflONAIlLE PHI JULIUB If. WOLrE. Hth K BTH .. AUCTION SALES STOCK OF DUY GOODS AND NOTIONS I,a dies' and arentlemcn's furnlshltt-. lncludlns hoilary, undenvVfir, c l'ubllc auction on Tuesday, February 8, 19 16, at 11 a. rrj. ehnrp. Dealoin and ' vulo buyora Invltod. D. NOTES, Auctioneer, 033 Louisiana Ave, N. V. FUR SALb UR tXCHANGti WILL SELL MY 81,K EOOITV IN M.W 86,000 house, Ml. Pleasant, M block fioiu 14th t or exchange tor small nous or Ut lrab building lot In Takoma Park, i: Dean. 6816 4th it., Takoma Park, 'lelctmun Col, tltt LEGAL NOTICES Conrad It. Sjnic, Jame francU Smith. Attorner. IN THE SIIPREMi COURT O' Till DI3. TRIC1" OF COLUMBIA. HOLDING A DISTRICT COL'RT.-In n: Opening, wttlen. Ing. and xtnlon of alley In tquare :(;, 80U, and tilt. In th District of Columbia District Court, No. 1161,-Notlce 1 hereby Uiven that the Commlsiloaers of th Dlitrlet of Columbia, pursuant to the provision ot action 1608 to ctlon 1608 I, Inclustv. ot the cod uf law for the District of Columbia, hav Sled a petition In this court prajlng tht condemnation of the land nectisary (or the tpenlng, widening, and eiwnslon ot alley In quare 2662. bounded by Chaptn strott, Clifton atreet, Fourteenth street west, and Fifteenth street weft; quar 3043, bounded by Lamont atreet, Kenyon street, Warder stresi, and Park place, and square 4ll, bounded by U atreat north, Thomas atreet. First strc west, and Second street west. In the Olstrlci cf Columbia, a ibown on a plat or map nied with tho ald petition, a part thereof, and praying alio mat a jury of rive Judklo'i. disinterested men, not related lo any perron interested tn these proceeding and not In lb service vr employment of the District of '. o lumblo, or of the United Statea be summon 1 by the United State manhal for tho Diatrlet of Columbia to as th damages tm.n owner of land to be taken may sustain by reason ot the opening, extension, and widen Ing of th aald alley, and the condemnation of the land necessary for th purposes there of, and to asteaa a benefit resulting there from the entire amount of aald dalnagts. In cluding th expense of these proceeding upon each lot or part ot lot or parcel of Ian i In th aquare or block In which aald all; or minor atreet 1 to be opened, extenclei. and widened, and upon each lot, part of loc or parcel of ground In the squares or bloiK confronting the said square, which will u, benefited by ald opening, extension, anl widening. In the proportion that th salu Jury may find said lots, part of lot, ur ur esis of land will be benefited n provide J isr In and by the aforesaid code of law. It Is, by the Court, this nth Uy of Janu ars. A. D. 1816, ORDERED, That all p?l'm having any Interest In these proceeding bi. and they ore nereoy, warnea ana commninj ed to appear In thla Court on or before the 26th day of February. A. D. 1816, ,u ten o'clock A. M., and continue In attendan.e until the Court shall have made Its final or der ratifying and confirming the award of damages and the assessment, of henertts u the jury to be empaneled and sworn here.n and It Is further ORDERED. That a copy . this notice and order be published twlc .. week for three successive week In th Wash ington Evening Star, The Washington nines and th Washington Herald, newspapers put Ushed In the said District, commencing least twenty days before the said "oth i . Februars, A. D. 11. It I further -T. DERED, That a copy of thl notice and cf der be served by the United State marsul or his deputies, upon each ot the owner o the tee of the land to be condemned l.eiclu as may be found by the said marshal, nr his deputies, within the District of Columbia beloro the aald 25th lay of February. A. i 1316. By the Court. F. L. SIDDONS. Jiutlic (Seal.) A true copy Tet: J R. TOFNO Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM, Ass'sUi.. Clerk. Conrad II. Syine, Jarneh t rant-U Smith. Attorneys. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 1,1-. TIUCT OF COLUMBIA. HOLDING A DISTRICT COURT. In re: Condemnation or land for the opening, widening, and ettan ion of all- In square 1083 and 1003, In tho District of Columbia. District Court, No 1J42. Nottc I hereby, given that the Com missioner ot the District of Columbia it:r suant to the provision of section J'' o te tlon 1608 I, Inclusive, of the code of law fo the District of Columbia, have filed a psu tlon In this Court praying the ?ondemiiKi!o.i of the land necessary for th opening, wider. Ing. and extension ot alleys In squaro 11'., bounded by C tret north. D street uoit Fourteenth tret et. and Warren ffs and squar lt3, bounded by Duncan street. E atreet. Fifteenth atreet east, and .e -nessee avenue, In the District ot Coluni".. as shown on a plat or map filed with the i petition, as part thereof, and praying s that a Jury ot fe Judicious. dUlnterest, t men. not related to any pron Interested in these proceeding and not In he aervioe or emplos-ment of the DUtrlct of Columbia or r the United Statea )e eummoned by the 1 nUt 1 Btate manhal for th Diatrlet of Columola to asses the damage each owner of land to be taken may ruitaln by reason of the cprti tug, extension, and widening of the said alles. and the condemnation of the land ne, essary for the purpose thereof, and to a ess a benefit resulting therefrom th tiro amount of said damage. Including u expenses of there proceedings, upon each lot or part of lot or parcel of land tn the qua or block In which ld alley or minor tn Is to be opened, extended, and widened, a. i upon each lot, part of lot. or parcel of groun I In the squares or blocks conf routing the sail square, which will be benefited by aald open Ing. extension, and widening In the nrcpoi tlon that the said Jury may And al4 let part of lot or parcel of lend will be be--flUd a provided for In and by the aio.v aid code of law It 1 by the Court, thl ZSth dav- of Jan uary, A D. 1I6. ORDERED. That all t,i on having any Interest In theie proceeding e, and they are hrbv, warned and i o i mended to appear In this Court on or b fo the 25th day of Februars. A. ) 1816, at i o'clock A M.. and continue In attenl until the Court shall have mad Its nsl c der ratlMng and confirming the awsr . damages and the assessment of 'lened th Jury to be empaneled and sworn here and It Is further ORDERED, rht a "Jim ' thl nolle hnd order be published twl. e i week for three successive week In t' Washington Evening Star, the Washing i Post, ahd Tho Washington Tlms ne-vp pers published In th said District, eommenr Ine at least twenty das before the said '' tins of Februttrv, A. D 1H6 It Is fur h ORDERED. Thai a cops of thl notice ; ' order be served bs the I'nlted S ls marsh or his dcplitle, upon earh of the owners the fee of the lnd to be condemned here a may be found by the said marshal, o- b . deputies, within the District of Colu-ui -before the ald 23th day of Februari A 1P16. By the Court, F. L. 8IDDUN8 I-jst (Seal). A true ropy Test: J It. i"Ol.N.'. Clerk. R$ F. E CUNNrNQHAM. AmIhu. . Clerk. X PROPOSALS TRKASU U DEPARTMENT. Washlu-oii D C , Kebruars J, 191). Heated proposals wl be received b the I Inner I Hupplj lonunlt . at its office In Washington. I '. mull o'rlo-k p. m., Mondns. lrcn t IHfc, sn-l then publUls opened, for unu.liln :. as tl w may be ordered from tl ie u ilioe, iurlne tl fUcal tr beginning Juls 1. 1918. and endln, June 20, 11U7, materials, supplies. an' eui ment described In Ihe General Bditdulr o Suppllei, for use In Washington Is ill ev ei-iitlve departments and other establUhmsii of th Government of the '"ill-ill Mtatra o Amerita, and Isnued from Washliigtm ti id I serlees of the iH-partments of the freaw snd Justice, also all stationery UppTrca r quired for ihe field services of Ihr Treasur Department with th cxt-eptln or flehi ot flees located In foreign mtrlca. also tnr filing furnlturo and hookraaea for the Fe.1 cral buildings service under control ot the Trcaaurs Department, and for such special flald nervlce dellverle as are ret forth undr the varlou clsc In the proposals, Pr posals must bo made out In accordance vibti instructions and on blinks which will be kiu upon application to the General Hupply Com mlitee. Wnshlngton, D. C' Prospective lie. den, when applying for apeclflcatlons. ahoul . state the 1,1ml of supplies In which they n.r' Interested W tl. McADOO, Secretary o the Treasury. SEALED PROPOSALS In triplicate will le received by the Quartermaster General uf the Arms. Waihlngtpn. D. t? until 2 o'clock P in,. Eastern time. Marih 6, 111 6. for fi hlshlng Stationers, QfMco Supplies and Office Furniture (Schedule No, Vi: lUrdwaro a' Tools (Sihednle No I): Tollt Articles Sfla,i am) Cleaning Material (Srhedule No. . Cordsge, t'oiivcs Hlid Huilsp Hohedule No 4i; Pkrklng Waste, a-ld lloio (Kehedi'le N.. &l. for dellvt-rv durlna the flsrnl eat 11I. a depot of Ihe (Jii.nnrrma'irr ''oros line., in rl'cdt.li" Sehi'iU-'ee; ftinlshivi u ci si , tlon Qiiartennii r General I - rn WaihinMun 1 ' cr b lici-.- )i-- ir nu ter. L' S A i Hi) Washington, D. C.