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. 4 1$ THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY, MARCH" 12. t101. 'frv v - N r, ; f .', CALL ISSUED FDR STATE COMMITTEE f; Democrats Will Gather at Rich mond to Decide' on Plaice for Convention., , AI.BXADniA.. March' ' ll.-Qardncr ". iooin,fi)Besor-tno tsiaiofcmo- "ui; ivormuiiiicn ironr in Xiiinin won Krelorr district, has receivoAUti call from aUfrVCMIrman J. Taylac Kllyaon for a'rni'-rtn'itf ofhrconitnlUco In Ilich inond;rch'.t3, vhon place- WUI ho elected Anatltne'Mt'for the State con- vantlon. TWa legislature not having- ar ranged for the, holdlnjr of a primary for mo reiectlon of dclegatea to the national convention, that duty will fall upon tho Htato convention. Alexandria tvIII be entitled to eight neieraics nna eignt alternates in the Htato. convention. These delegates will be selected at an election which will be, held -within tho' next few weeks. It Is expected that as noon us tho u Ate of the Htato convention Is fixed narlea Bendhclm, chairman of the city Democratic committee, will call a meet Inc of. his committee for the purpose of arranging for the election of the dele gates from this city. Tho Alexandria delegates will partlcU Jiato ,ln a district convention at tho name time as the State convention when a Presidential elector and delegate from this district will be chosen to the Na tional Democratic convention. The suit of. K. L. Sinclair, of Warren ton, against M. S. Fairfax & Co., to recover about W.000 on the sale of a. quantity of whisky, which has been pending before the courts of this city and State for the past soven year, with verdicts first In favor of one side or the other. Is docketed to be hoard before the i supreme oourt of appeals In Rich mond this week. The plaintiff is repre sented by Attorneys Richardson and Jtogan and Fairfax & Co. by S. a. nrent, of this city. The annual election of officers of "iMinona xoagc, no. las. n. P. Kike, will take place tomorrow night ..i im iiuiiiu uii wTincv aircei. The new officers will be Installed on April 10. Then the district deputy xrond exalted ruler for western Virginia, War i n Welirord. of Roanoke, Is expected to pay his official visit to the louge. After having been defeated twice In committees and once on the floor of the house, the Virginia wholesalers, nmong whom are a number of .Alexan dria firms, were victorious in tho lust momenta of the session of the general assembly last night when they succeed ed In delecting tho increased rato on their purchases in excess of JVKV'M per annum. The house had refused to adopt the committee's report keeping the rule on large purchases tho same ns Is now in erred and raised the rate from M ceuta per JIM) in oxcess of H00,0u0 to 3) rem per $100. Tho senate refused to coiuiu In the Increase and before adjourning the house decided to mti:t Die nenuio ligures. Alexandria merchants are sav ed 1J.0OO per annum. The Rev. O. U. Allen, foimhily of Philadelphia, will preach tonight In the First Uaptlst Church. The new pns Mor oftho church, tho Rev. K. It. Jack son. D. D., will preach the first sermon or his pastorate next .Sunday morning. Howard A. Ranks, necretary to the Secretary of the Navy, dellvcied an address this afternoon before the lay men's League at the Richmond Theater. Mrs. Klein died last night at her home near Bailey's Cros Roads, throe miles west of Alexandria. Funeral services for Mrs. Rom dniy, who died yesterduy at the A!e;::iii'l'!n .Hospital, will bo held tomoirow niti-r-noon at 1 o'clock from her lute homo, '.ftf North Columbus street. The residence of Kriicut Mill.. I'O I 'tike street, was considerably dninii'l lit fire early last night. ANACOSTIA. Henry W. Kuo, for thirty .eat ;i resident of this suburb, died at his home yesterday of paialynln. Funeral services are to bo held tomortow nftemooil ,'nm the Anacoslla M. 1). Church Hlj wife, Mrs. Kmma M. i:n6. and four children. Harry K Franklin T.. .mliur C. and Kdna L. Kno, furvlvo him. Mr. Eno was a member of Anacostla Lodge, No. 21. F. A. A. M.; Anacostla Royal Arch Chapter of Masons. Electa Chapter. No. 2, Order of the Kaatern Star, and Mlneola Tribe, No. 14, Im proved Order of Red Men. Mr. Kno served through the civil war In the llflth New York Volun teers. Was in the contracting busi ness here, and also conducted a large dairy lualnrsb. Bishop Harding paid his annual visit to Cminanuel Church this morn ing, ronfltnilng a lnre class. Recent appointments ol the Govern ment Hnjpltitl for the lnhnne Include Maxwell H. Moffelt. attendant ; Oils .Unit Inf. nllenilant: Lurv It. Bledler, attendant; nertlia B. I'alne, atten dant Cleorso I. Carroll, attendant: Trfaac Pllvloua, In the dolry depart ment: Elmer H. Harrell, attendant; Carj I Wortmsn, attendant; Hazel O. Wenrleh, attendant; George S. I'ylrs, telnetated at a rlwirgo nurse; William McElhenny In the enBlncer rleparl ment; Horaro II. Sweene, attendant; Jerry Peyton, attendant. Troop 48, Boy "treasure hunt" Scouts, went yesterday. Lenten services were held today St. Teresa's Church, In Capt. C. W. Hopkins, of No. 15 rninn Company, has recovered from hlalllness. The preaching mission for Em manuel Church will begin tonight, with the Rev. Canon J. W. Austin In charge. HYATTSVILLE. Miss Bessie Maude Hartley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hartley, of Bladensbuig, will become the hrldo of f'lsrence L. Rogers, of Washington, at Good Shepherd Church, In Washington, tomorrow. The Beltsvllle Giange will hold Us monthly meeting' Tuesday evening. Charles R Rlcliardson and Mrs. A. B. (taljar.,wtll read 6pcclal papers, and the grange quartet will render several se lections. The young folks of Hyattsvllle and iienvvn held u dance in- the Masonic Hall hero last night. The annual meetlpg of the Hyattsvllle Building Association will be held Tues day evening. The county tax rata Is expected to be il out 51-43 on the I10U. This is US cents Uioie than last year, and It Is said the Increase is dun. to the fact that JlW.tM) must bo raised to meet the current ex Hfiises of tho public schools. This fea ture .that entered Into the raiding or the tax rate was caused by the Intro duction in the State legislature of a bill pruhlbltlnc the school commissioners borrowing money on the credit of tho courtly, making It ncceiuary for the Koxtrnlnlr board of tho county to ta'xo care of tho school. i The board of liquor license commis sioners fof this county will meet next Tuesday to consider the application or jaraes a. I'inriy, or uranuywinc, to transfer his llccnso to Lewis Jenkins. DQlegats Oliver 8. JUolzerott's bill which provides that a Jury In a murder caso may add to -the verdict of guilty the words, "'without capital punish ment," Maa passed both houses of tho State legislature. ROCKVILLE. At the annual meeting of the Ken sington Homo and School Association, tho following were chosen: Prcsldont, William I, Hay; vice president, Alfred . Levehsalcr; secretary, II. W. Flsk; treasurer, Victor Haugaard: executive committee, Mcstrs. Hay. t.evcnsatcr, KisK. and Hainan re, and William II. Ronsavllle, Harry M. Martin, Kdmund S. Noycs, and Mrs. Farroll. Members of the various home and sohool associations of Montgomery county will moet In Rockvllle Tuesday to discuss legislation, affecting tho schools. Kugcno K. Stovcns, of Chevy Chase, president of the County Feder ation of Home and School Associations, will preside. New suits have been filed In the cir cuit court horo as follows: Hiram J. Qrovo against Harriet L. Nichols, to foreclose mortgago: James H. Norrls to William T. Luokett, ' to foreclose mortgage; First National Rank of Onlthcrsburg against Haller Snyder and others, or note; Oscar F. Hawklna against Alglo R. Hawkins, executor, on notes. Dr. Kujene Jones, who represents this county In the State senate, has Intro' duced a bill appropriating J3.&00 for tho establishment of a tuberculosis hos pital in this countv and I1.D0O a year for two years for maintenance. In celebration of the sixteenth birth day anniversary of Miss Anna Mun caster. Miss r.ucy Thorn gave a shower and card party at her home at Sandy Spring. i Miss Janr Yearloy entertained at a dance at the Montgomery Country Club here Friday evening, her guests includ ing file members of the Fortnightly Dancing Club. The members of the younger social set of Rockvllle wore entertained at a dance Friday by Col. and Mrs. William Dorsey, near Rockvllle. Mrs. Lawrence Dawson was the hos tess at a card party, her guests being the members of the Tuesday Kuchre Club. LAUREL. LAURKL, March 12-A meeting of iltl- xens was held last evening to nominate candidates for mayor and members of the city council. J. W. Wnchtcr announced himself as a candidate for mayor sovrral days ago and at the meeting last evening the fol lowing citizens were nominated for the council: Gilbert A. IIuslup. Howard lln teler, Montgomery Armstrong. Howard F. Harrison, and D. W. ft. Donaldson. The fi lends of Mavnr Henri W. Waters are strongly urging him to ac cept the nomination for another term, and it is expveted he will announce himself In the next few days. The board of election supervisor will sit the first Wednesday In April o re ceive the nominations. The election will be held tho third Monday In April. Thomas A. Gray, a resident of thl town, left last Wednesday for South America with Secretary McAdoo. ,.A.,'c.t.ure wa" Klven at the Centenary Methodist Chinch last evening by the Rev. J. I. Winger. The Sunday school of the Centenary Methodist Church will givn a play at tho opera house here tho first week In May, entitled "The New Minister." Miss Ruth Lindsay entertained a num ber of friends at a party. Those pres ent were MlKse Vnnmi Tini it..i... Leister. Margaret Harding. Ruth Tlghe. Gladys Heoll. Doris Beoll. mid Mer Lluol'V Fedei'llne. n. win i i.,i.i..... Young Await, Mclvln Marks, and Ralph' A meeting of the stockholders of the Prince George County Building Associa tion will bo held March 21. ills. Annie 13. Hrown -lf e , iY...Uw.nnV.wa hwifd Tuesday in the Ivy Hill Cemetery. The funeral hehl riom St. Philip's Church the Rev! ...;. ,V'k u""uy "Kwiatlng. She lr aur DeXeV B.o,w3n!,0n'', J" "bert yr0Wn and The Ataiph m...,iin,, ,i.. , ,, . Recitation Club wa hold Thuisday. The Iarmers' Co-operative Club held Us March meet ng at the home i of W r Van Metre Saturday nigh". Live Stock Prices. insrkftl" VtU'" " ",e prI,1,,I,i'1 " ""k Chicago Market. ailC.UiO, March H.-IIosN-ltneUi, . . fj. weak: uuHer seitenl'a i iiieraii'. Bulk. .Mll.!; llKl.t. sWllSsO; .,lrtB Cattle-llpc'eliitii, S'x); steudv. .Vale tref steers, 7.4(i9.9. Miockers mid ienrs "." 11 "j0'" "nU llc"cr'- 'W.W: cl , .;i),jr .A,JIfPr,ecelp" "-m- Heady. Wetlii. M.:3f8.Si; lambs. ID.Kti 11.53. Kansas City Market. KANSAS CITY. Martli U.-lloin-licuelBts L50; sted. Hulk. I9.KW9.TS. l!V;. J.S .ii packers Hnl hutthers. J?.60iy.TO llrht Cattle--ltecelpts, 10O: stead). Print led sters, .Kfl9,0; dressed beet ateera. !?. .1S: Soutliern atears. tWS.K; cows, S)tiT.T&: lielfers, I7S10; Blockers and feeders, jr,.7;w S.(0; bulls, f.:iX-.:t: calves. J8.COB1I. Pheep Receipts, none ateaflr. Iamb, 10.6OHII.:5: yearllnis. .M1J wethers, t7.73 et.DO; enes, I'.SiffS.U. St. Louis Market. ST. LOUIS, March lt.-IIot-s-Hecelnta, 3,M4, bicker. Tics and llithta, 7U10.C3-, mliad r.nd bulcliers, jn.80810.10: good heavy, atO.QT.trlO.13. Cattle Receipts, Kti ateady. Native beef steers. V.Wjti.tO: yearling steers and bolfers, $8.(0K,U: cons, tt.JCHJS; Blocker and feed ers. J5.0&W7.1M Texas and Indian steels, t3.-;8; cows and heifers. (Q; native calves, icaio.co. Blieep Ittcelpts, none: nominal. Yearling wethers, ISiglO; Innsbs, J3OU.00; ewea, H.lttt 8.25, East Buffalo Market. EAST IIUI'KAI.0, N. V March U. -Cattle Hecelpts. CO; steady. Veals necelpts. :00s attle, IIQU.jS. Hoas-llereipts. 1.600; active. Ilesvv nd mixed. 8 10. COS 10.60; Yorkers, M.r.Oft 10.80; plBS. 89.23: rough". 83.U90.40: slacs. Mft 7.11. Sheep snd Lambs-llecelpli. 1,100 head; steady; lambs flow; sheep .icthe. I-ambi. JS-Slt.SS; yearlings. H.r.OtilO.Mj wethers. 8S.73 as.!3: ewes. Jlilk.JO; Kheep. mixed. V.r.MtS.75. FINANCIAL The Safest Investments Are those that do not fluctuate during dis turbed conditions of the money or atoek mar kets. First dead of trust notes (first mort gages), well secured on real estate In the District of Columbia, constitute "s1lt-ede" Investments. They Co not depend upon the financial responslMlltr of Individuals or cor Durations for their stability, and are txempt rmm taxation personal property. We can supply such Investment In amouaU from KM upward. Send for booklet "Coacernl'is ).04ns and Investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., in UTU STREET N, W. WM YAfiD RUSHING OUT SHELL CASES , Working Night and Day to Make Three and Four-lnoh Am munition Supplies. The Washington navy yard Is aup plylnR the navy Khortnua In cart rltlifc cac for three and four-Inch fhallff, and Is turning out about 1.E00 cnc per week, accordlnp; to testi mony before the House Committee on Appropriation hy Hear Admiral Joseph Htrnugs, chief of the Ilureau of Ordnance. Admiral Htrauex revealed that tho navy yard la working three ahlfta of men per day on thoao cartridge caaea. Tho House Committee made public today the hearing on "the nddltlonal urgent deficiency appropriation bill," which contain more than $2,500,000 for emergency tiaca In the navy. A part of the money allotted the Bureau of Ordnance In to be used in purchax lng material for the manufacture of cartridge caneit. In which there has been a shortage. Admiral Htrausa explained that 'cartridge cases for three and four Inch projectllea weigh about thirty pounds each, and that the navy manufacture all of these cases. Kadi Nhell coats from I3.G0 to $4, the high cost of copper being the chief cause of this expense. The following colloquy, developing one of tho actlvltleso of the Wash 10 FREE This Week: Holbrook Blinn in "The Unpardonable Sin' J.Warren Kerrigan in "The Pool of Flame.'.' For tlie four best letters from Times readers staling why you wou'.d trade with one of the below advertisers, we will give ten theater tickets to each of four persons. The winning letters will be published in this same space next Sunday. Letters must not' reach us ' -' later than Thursday evening and should not exceed one hundred words. Tickets must be called for not later than Monday between ". and 5:30. Address Classified Advertising Manager, The Washington Times. FREE! SLIP COVER TOPS WITH .M.I. OIUUCHN Tllir.V Till WI'.I'.K REUPHOLSTERING .-Nl'lcrr I'arlur Mnlte Al rjf lteuukuUlereil lL I In Tupestrj tp I J Kims IbHIIIsV ' SLIP COVERS .".-Plei-p Slip Coverii In llrlKlau Ilanmak $3.25 V'e'ic inal;lnpr this Vi-ry special n'fer for the purpose of irnlclnc vou aniualntcd with our Miinerior work. Only expert workmen em ploe hence only the HKST reunite. Wrlto or (eleilioim Mnin 8186 and our repiescntative will cull wltlj samples. U. S. Upholstery TAYLOR'S $ GOLDEN v K. X C, Old Bland 4 Year Old Straight CHARTER WHISKEY $1.00 Q" 8PAOIIETTI aery rd In Itnllnn OC style tOK I'orterlionNF SlenU, IK ! 40c ROOMS 50c, 75c and $1 VICTORBUFFETCO. 62T Seventh ft. IV. W. M. 20S1. OLD STRAW HATS ReblocKed Equal to New Our method of cleaning-, uye Jnsr. anil reblocklnp old straw hats cannot be surpassed. Old hemp, mllan, neapolltan, and chip hats rcblocked Into advanced sprlnsr styles. Panamas and leehorns cleaned and rcblocked Into up-to-dato styles. Advanced styles In Indies' hat frames now belne displayed. Ladies1 Capital Hat Shop 508 11th St. N.W. Phone Main Work Is Our KC2. Reputation. Our Prompt.SWIIful. Accurate Watch Repairing Complicated SwIsh and Ttiilirond Watelics a specialty. Hamilton Wti'.ch acency. August Franconetti, 38 O St. N. XV, 1.00 Qoirt 1 I straiomt ington navy yard, was then had 'be tween Chairman Kltsgcrald of the Appropriations Committee and the admiral: The chairman Where are those cases manufactured? Admiral Strauss In the Washington navy yard. Tho chairman What Is the capacity of the plant? Admiral Strauss We turn out abojit 1,600 a wetk. Tho chairman Have you Increased tho output there? Admiral Strauss Beginning with the fiscal year; yes, air.- Tho chairman How much? Admiral Strauss Wo are working three shifts there, night and day, In order to hasten 'the manufacture of the cases. The chairman Does that Increase very materially tho cost? Admiral Htrauss No, sir; we have reduced tho cost by working three shifts. We have reorganised the plant and reduced tho .cost from $12, what it was n year os so ago, to the presont cost of 8.S. Tito chairman That Is for 4-Inch am munition? Admiral Htrauss. Tes, air. 11 r. Cannon is It duo to a decrease In the labor cost? Tho chairman Have you found it economical to work three shifts In the manufacturing plant? Admiral Strauss We do n&t consider that It Is economical to work three rflilfta when one shift Is less economical than th others, but we need those cartridge cases, and. had to push the manufacture. Wo are the only people who make them. i New Trial Is Denied Dr. Mohr's Murderers l'ltOVTDBNOi:. March H.-Judge Charles V. Btearns has dented a new trial for Cecil Victor Brown and Henry Spellman, convicted of the murder of Ur C. Franklin Mohr. TICKETS Purchased B-I'lecc I'arl - $7.50 lleupUolslered In Tapratr) .VPIere Slip fovera, In Ilelclnn Damaik S4.50 Co. 426 10th St. N. W. Phone Alain 8186 William Cannon 1225 7th St. N. W. One of Washington's lead ing and most reliable liquor dealers, established and lo- y cated here over a quarter cen ' tury. Choice line of Wines, Liquors, and Cordials. Fatnilv Trade 'Solicited. "Phone Your Order" North 528 ! Keep Strong and Well Double End CI CA ... Striking Bag H1.3U UP Striking Bag $2.00 Up Wall Spring d1j (ft Exerciser... 31.UU .w a i lie. WALFORDS 909 Pa. Avenge N. W. YOCKSIGNCO. SIGNS. SHOWCARDScL BANNFP55 A SPECIALTY. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ath&MMs.Nyv AVo hes to anii9Unco that with the tremendous sales of bicycles of last weelc we liavft procured a much larger stock on hand. HAVRrtFOnn CYCLE CO. J23 10th St. N. W. To Discuss Yellowstone. C. N. Itunt, official lecturer for a transcontinental railroad, will dis cuss Yellowstone I'irk In Woodward & Lothiop's auditorium Tuesday and Wednosrtay afternoons. The lectures will start at 3 o'clock. They will b illustrated. C5HSHHH9Ss-8HSS-S9Hs EGGS FOR HATCHING rure bred Barred Plymouth Ttoek ec fr listchlnr. 11.C0 per Mttio et IS eras O. W. JAMKfl. HAMiivroN pouirnv FAnu, Hamilton. Va. AIR JIILIi POULTRY FARM, C. B. CROSS, Prop. S. C. Whito Leghorn eggs for hatching $1.60 per netting. These eggn are from stock that has won in a ehovr, . I CLIFTON STATION, Va., R. P. D. 3 EGGS W h 1 1 a Le egliorn , and r.liode Ialattil Isli Beds per setting1 of lb eggs, ti.&o. utinr itnteed Fertile, I Special Service to . HotelH and Hospitals. I Dellvciles within 21 hour after laying. OUnrnntecd. Bothwell Poultry Farm VIBNWA. VA. BABY CHICKS' FOR SALE narred Hocks crosaul .lth n. I.'lteds; fine la) In; strain. 110 per 1ft). Alto tlioruiitli bred chicks. Htone's lte.l l'owiler ulll alamp' out "White Ularrlioea" In. little chicks. WARUIXa TON lHltllvraY tilll'I'I.Y i!oi;bk, do ii st. ;.'. w. (Main lilt). S-fgfJBBBBBBBBBBBFr fM TO CRANDALLS and Paid For by The Washington 'Last Week's Winners .Mnrili C IMi CUsslllfil AdM-ril.lMK Mkiuj.T. Vniitiliu" ' ,-. el- ,.. . ... .. . . . ... ' ,m 11 r.ii-if(rri ii.jt in iur uu r. 11.,1. tlir Vlrjor lluljet Co., In Huihliy'n TliKi . I ji I" suy Hint "if t.rtrral.otiioilo.11 I I'J'l li'illivil I Mr rl(n In Itirlr wlmlnw i-'ntlliu tliat Hi, y strtr. a imiuihI ami a liulf ir' iliuix rlak for 10c. ICnonlnir well thft price of iort -iIioiIk,' c.c.li I was a little skeptical until o,ie .lay l"L eek when I itecMol tu try It. Ilnw tin--ran eeno tills steal; at 4V mi'1 inn Id- n liriillt I ilnti't knuvr, lut I nnul'l ihIvIki finy man who wanU a n!'e stexk tu try Hie Victor lluttrt Conin's HtelHl l'r'eiliiiusr. Yours truly. OMUAK tl. I'IKN. ta M st N. V. March I'lastlflcil Ailverllslnr Manaaer. vn. Dear Wr I lsh to ret oinmeiiil to any on deelrlnc to hie a slsn or a show canl prlnteU. the "York" tfltn Co.. now located at their new shop on llio corner of Oth ntnl 11 sta Jf. V. Thev hae made me Mviral slcna which cost Is cheap yet the s'xn arc perfect. Yours truly, T. 1C '! Hye st. Classified Advertlalnr Manasrr, Uoelilniton Times. Uesr Hlr I wish to recommnl to the read er of The Times Cannon's lluffet. Mhlch I notheil advertised In Kividav's Times. I el waya keep n little liquor In 'Hy house, I ul last Saturday evcnluz I noticed in supply was setting rather Ion. I called Caiiron'ii and was more than plfOv.il with ths ll'tuo- he sent me, Arsurlnr Oll Cannon has nnotliT avllsnerl cuetomer tlirnuah The TIiivjm and adilslnc anyone who wants cnoM l.rfvor to give lilm an order, 1 am yours. iioitAci: oi:ki:n. ltI Nenton at. SUrth v ClaielRed Adverttslns Manaaer, 7. tie ISC. Wim.l- inatnn Times. tlmmr Mlp TV1.I1.. va.llh. nl. 1. ..!.... M.inA .-m. '.. ...tu iinuiiu, .. ..(.una, , iiiirn ( last Nundav my attention was nllcl tu thu : ad. of the Army and Xaw 1'ainloss IHut.sts. C39 1 st. N. W. This temlndsd Mn of lonu work 1 had been putting off for -wiriu time so I made an appointment the neit day mul had tho work done. I want to ay rlchl h're inai i iion i ininK u is possiuie to cet any better service or a more moderate ihaige than I received. Hlnccrely C1I.ENX SIMONDS. WC n. I. a. N. W Ladies' Hats Renovated Let Ua Make a New Hat Out of Your Old One! .N'ovr In th beat time lo com to nn. before the HprttiR rusn. urinit lust year'a bat and let ua mako It over In the lateat atyle, rcblocked in nny shape dealrert. We are proud to say that the hata we reblock for ladlea are unequaled anywhere. We can aayo you mnny hardearned dollars If you Trill give ua a chance. I guarantee to do the beat work In Washington by my special bleaclv Ing In removing sunburn and mart tng your I'ANAMA look like new. Ve make all kinds or Duckram wire gold and stiver frames. Do not postpone you may do so for a day or so, and tlrst thliih you know you will want your hat uad it will not be ready. Come tomoi row. Our work Is the best in town, our price Is the lowest, D. NEUFELD, nAT SPECIALIST. SH-81frBlh St. X. W. ATTENTION To your teeth la necessary the roat la a trifle. See Our Cut Rate Pricei II act guaranteed teelh, 4.04 C'ruTtn and bridge work SH np Laid Teeth, 9.t sllllusra 00c np Pninlrsa KxtrnHlona. OAS ADMINISTKltllD. U.S.Arnytfc Navy Painless Deatists DIt. D. II. .M011A, Mar. Corner 7th A V. Hntranrr, 839 Ii" N.W. Phone 31. US21 General Livery Company 'near 337 P. ae. nw. Rh (f Okr ' TVs will hire you a fieri or watm for anjr clad i kajslnan by day, week or month, VAIN 117. Unchangeable. "Do you think Miss Oldglrl will ever Change hor mind and .marri", "No. If slm marries it wilt bo becauan somo man of lior acuUalntanco changes TtM mind." Klclimomt T)mea-tspateh. I a yfhr wut 1or incubator which cannot MTtwhen you can -mi i u.. w - i i xir :t mmGr USm Eassss ..rp- 100 per cent, fertility test if you uae or have been using nnft l Poultry W-KrMML2LmM jaw t' gjjafflipiai for the breeding atock. Only takes a little, about two pounds of . Regulator to one hundred of mash, and you will get strong, uvaoie cmcKs. uivoa greater vigor, sounu neaitn ana seand digestion to all poultry. ( 25c; 50c and 1.00; 12-lb. pall, Vb; 25 lbs. $2.50. ' You will be equally succesf ful with your baby cmcKs u you raise mem on fir& Baby Chick Apt! etatai ect baby food for babr'chleks. iKKinune wmks. e; toe: lt-tb. bar $1.00. Tka Pratt label roeans sattafactlon smsx anUad er root Bsoaaf back. Bo accept no I Sold By Feed, 'Seed, and Poultry Supply Dealers Everywhere. Times Your Old Furniture Should Be Treasured For It's Intrinsic Worth l Don't Think of Discarding It! If It Is marred In any way. If It nerd mil liolslerlnj;, send for us. Wo v. ill cover it In best uial Ity taixlry of voir oun roiectlon I will Mhow ou Hiiinploo. S '.III iisi- ii alniii. cni I to tnatelt taiustry and rep!ari hi -U"ii or Icat Fprinp" wllli n a i . Only best iiiinllly inntrrlnl is-'tl tliroigliout the cotMtrucMi-n of '11 work Tho irn who m til ' tula work nn ycur furniture nro ma teta In llio art of rehiillill'ii; fnnl tttrc. Wlicp wo rottiin yon- ritrnl-ture- tt- oi.r hnnip It will lc ns Ic;-fcct iiH the ilnv you bo'mlit 1'. Extraordinary Special Price rir a llmltrtl time to those v tio plae tl'.elf ililiol)terli i; . :il.-u with u? 3-Piece or 5-Piece Parlor Suites Rcupholstcred In best quality tapctr, of your own selection; gimp, cord, and ma tiilala of beRt quality used tluoulinilf the ci nstrurtlou. Now sprlncs furnished when necessary, iumlture hlRiuy pui- ;r iiicjiuy pui- ,$3.00 Isii.Mi in, new Tiuf( special price-! for e. liniUO'l time Fnrh plcce Cnblnet Mnrk nml llellnliblii;: Vently Hour li I'tperta, AMERICAN UPHOLSTERING CO. tl'JT r M. . W. Phone Inln fil.lll. Phone, Write or rll. Inn III llrlnc nrotlle. MOTORCYCLES & BICYCLES WANTED AND FOR SALE. Is'ew and Used Illcyilctt 1" nml L'p lteralrlim nnd Suiplls Motorcycles $J5 nnd Up MENGER BROS. EXCHANGE, 719 N. Cap.-S24 9th N. W. LADIES' HATS BLOCKED and DYED Latest Shapes, Ileasonablc Prices. PANAMA NATS Bleached and Blocked GaLBLUM BROS, 940 N. Y. Ave. N. W. Phone Main Onr. Hair and KeltMat tressea made over and renovated, all sires, equal to new, $1.00 only. Work ... m .... m aA .nllen f-H em. .m Mllt.rrH same day. We also "'i1 m a It e uvtir bovsprlnss EAOr.IJ URDDINO CO., 1S0J 7th St.' N. W. Phono N. 6210. Thrifty buyers would see your announcement if it appeared here. Hji.a Xs"0v "C'iiJ ki;, vrrin(Lfc- rcui- Business Ethics: ' 'Business Uthlca" will be the'yubfot.' of an address by Isasr Oana lcforifjli( prnduatlngfi class of Western Xlgt Hchool next Tuesday mornlns, , m aj "1t "" Lively Chick a ben's time heat on eggs nottlbl v hatch. get almost n WSSaf' rr tan VffrV-fM Regulator jg aKaaaKaV' Food Coats roaa J FOR YOU 4 a,:.ifiiJi":Kk3Kjsscsii l.t us make a Ilucl.ram, nive, Net or Wlrn Ilni Frame for jou whlie cm "lilt. Made In cold, silver. Hi , at uiot reasonable prices. We specialize on the general renoat inK ol nil klndii of Hemp. Milan hip I-eshorn. I'ortu Itlcan nnd HiinckoK llntn and tho blenehlns anil htiH-M.ii: nf I'nnumn Hats Uld Huts Mu.l.- Nit :it n siirnrlslnitly io coit. VIKXNA HAT '()., I'lionn Main CTHS. MnnufiK'turcra nnd Itie.sncrs, 4S5 11th HI. X W "If It'a A Hat. We Can Do II" March Winds Then .April Showers You had bol ter take you- umbrella have it paired at M. H. PI- IIIKI . Buckram. Nc ari Rice. Wire FRAMES Made to older in all he lateM styloH and nhmios. Special atten tion to the ichlorliltiK and general rciiovutlnc or all Ulndn of stra. hemp, nUlati, puuuma hatr. otc tub i,ahii:s' hat i'cronY 8oo nih st. . w. Colds Lead to Pneumonia Take the Proper Precaution! BURY'S CHILL AND MALARIAL CAPSULES Take better effect on the cinns than qui" For Sale By All Druggists 25c a Box Thrifty Buyers "would see your announcement if it appeared here k -1 ' 'V i -. J ami r T J1FT Y 4. ft j