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' , '- ' " ' SHE WASOT>ONH m 'n ' m i I i '' "l ' " - IS ,4 4 HOLLAND TO RECLAIM HOST OF ZUIDER ZEE s THBL HAGUE (by mall), March 1. liolland'a recent disastrous floods on the Zulder Zee coast promise to hasten the Motherland government's plans for iceiaiming; most or the zulder zee ana turning" the rest of It Into a fresh water Trie floods were the result of north west storm which swept tho European west count rxpontlv Th tvavai. driven bv this aIvthrouKl the narrow peck of the Zlllilcr 7.r,n rniilri nnf tfnt mlt In the wind's face, and the wator kept piling up, nigner ana nlgner, until at last tno tremendous pressure! burst the dikes In many places, and vast tracts of country Were' Inundated. The scheme for eliminating flood pos sibilities Is a nood many years old. It seems likely now to. bo put Into effect aoon. Tho proposition of tho Dutch engin eers., tne world's loremoat expert at reclamation work, la to build an em .bnnkment across the mouth of tho SSulderZee. f rom dSwykslula, North Hol land, to the southwest corner of the Island of Wleflngen, and from the ' northeast corner of Wlerlngen to Plaaro, Frlesland, and to pump out all the salt water Inside this embankment. At the center of the Inclosed nroau ns far as the embankment, the purpose Is to leave a basin Into which the river Usel and lesser streams wilt empty, gradually Ailing it with fresh water. The rest.. except for a channel extend ing southwest to tho vicinity of Am uterdam. will bo reclaimed. Reclamation Is to be accomplished by the construction of dikes on the fresh water lake shore before It has time to rill up from fho streams emptying Into It. The new areas are described by the engineers aa tho northwest, northeast, southwest, and rioutheast "polders," or reclaimed lands. The "poldern' " ahore lines will ex tend, respectively, from the northeast end of JSlerlnircn to tho town of Medem- bllk, from tho town of Oude Mlrden to the mouth of the IJsel, from the town of Enkhulxon to Marken and from the mouth of the IJsel to Mulder. These lines will not be drawn as the crow files, but will bulge to the sea ward, considerably Increasing the land and reducing the lake area. Execution of the plan will mean the addition of SIS square nilles to Holland's land territory and of a lake 657 square miles In extent. Experts are of the opin ion that the reclaimed land will be fit lor cultivation within slxten years of the start on diking operations and that ilt will support a population of 0,000 souls. The lake also will have Its value, fresh water being much needed In Holland. Incidentally the embankment from Ewy ksluls to Plaam will carry a double line of railroad and a highway for or dinary traffic, reducing the land trip from the North Holland to the Pries land coasts from about 300 to 25mIlea. The embankment will be provided wltn locks and sluices for the regulation of J he lake level and the passage of ships, t Is estimated that the work will take, altogether thirty-three years and that Its coat will bo about $100,000,000. Colorado Expects Boom In Precious Metal Prices DENVER, March 15. With the open ing of the spring season, Colorado ex pects to experience a big boom In min ing. High prices in all metals and ores and the falling off In Imports of min erals due to the European war Is al ready showlnc Its effects In record activity among Colorado's mining camps. The tungsten fields pf Boulder county remind old timers of the early days In Cripple Creek and Leadvtlle. Fortunes have been made in the tungsten fields, and the increased demand for this ore for hardening tools promises continued prosperity. Zinc, which doubled Its out put In the State last year, is keeping up Its record production. Good prices for sliver have resulted In a renewed Interest in that metal. Experts predict a big rise in the price of sliver at the close of the1 war. based on the belligerents' great need of silver for a medium of exchange since Amer ica Is In possession of a largo part of the world'a gold supply. Gold produc tion continues to show remarkable taring powers In Colorado. Rich strikes on old properties are frequently report-, ed. Experts predict that the value. of Colorado's minerals mined In 1918 will exceed that of any year in the State's history. Anti-Appendix Club Is latest of Organizations LOS ANOELES. March 15.-The ex clusive anti-appendix club has fust been organized' here. You can Join If you have wealth, a Blue Rook rating, and no appendix. There's no regular name for the or ganization, but It came Into being at the Bevelry Hills Hotel ut a dinner party of folks who had cither already bidden their verlform appendices faro ,iyell or expect to very aoon. Among the charter members aro Mrs. Frank Fahey, of Boston: Mrs. H. T. O'Fallon. of Ban Francisco: Judge OUn Wellborn. oi 1Mb Angcies; mrn. ucorgo M. Hawes. of Kansas City! Miss Marian Thomp son, of Minneapolis; Miss Gladys Gage, of Toronto: A. J. Taujslg. of St. Louis; Mrs. Katherlne Greeley, of Boston; Harry Wheaton. of Kansas City; Mrs. Hanson, of Hloux Falls; Dwlght Mur phy, of Chicago; Mies Helen B. Fel J lows, of Buffalo, and a number of other ' wealthy Easterners arid, middle West erners wintering here. Invitations also were sent to Mayor Ilolph. of San Francisco, and other nppendlxless notables of high degree. Tho club officially came to life when "Dr." Oeowe Wlehtman, of Boston, husband of Hazel HotchkUs. the tennis player, "operated" on a corpulent tur key and extracted Its appendix a roll of $1,009 bills. -How Prize Housekeeper f Gets Through the Week EAST LANSING, Mich., March 15. This is the program followed by Miss Johanna Held, of Grand Rapids, who recently was chosen as the prize" house keeper In Kent county: "Monday morning, wash day; Ironing the afternoon If the clothes are dry. i Tuesday, sweep and dust bit the rooms. "Wednesday, mending and sewing. Thurs day, Just general housework. Friday, bake bread i and clean house upstairs. Saturday morning, sweep and dust. In the afternoon go downtown." While Miss Held, who Ms fifteen years old, was competing In the club work, she canned 101 quarts of fruits' and vege tables. "Out of these," she said, "I lost only two quarts.' Can't See How He Kept An Auto on $5,000 a Year TOLEDO. Ohio. March 15,-How Carl H. Keller, n mayor of Toledo, could Poy $100 a month on an expensive auto mobile and $18 a week for services of a chauffeur, was questioned In summing up arguments In the conclusion of the trial of the former mayor. He Is charged with accepting a brlbs In connection with the purchase of city Are apparatus from a Cloveland auto mobile firm. The prosecution declared that Keller had no Income except his salary. To ledo pavs lu mayor $5,000 a year. The u win ,, j0 ,P i,ry K , pnid. Morse and Heinz Blatntd for Panic Senator Reed Declare Two Mert Caused FirfanciaJ Tumble in 1907. Two men Augustus V. Jlelnx and C W. Morse were responsible for the lt'7 panic. Senator Heed declared in a Senate speech. "Their wild speculations ruined romo of the finest structures In America-." he eald. ''and then th whole financial system crumbled." Forced to Take a Bath, ' Want Hazers Arrested PALO ALTO. March 15.-A compul sory bath said ta.have been administer ed to David Malcolm Ross, of Modesto. a student of Stafford University, by eignteen or nis xeuow-stuaents, sopno mores, caused Ross re. appeal to the law as represented by Justice of the Peace S. W. Charles, of Palo Altq. Ross was "tubbed," eh told the jus tice, because he had refused, to per form freshman duty, and asked that warrants be Issued for the arrest of his alleged assailants. Made $23.75 on Nickel. CHICAGO. March 15,-Kaeper Lega spent his last nickel to see a movie snow, "i can Peat that." he remarked, as the hero spent millions with each. nana, iega wem to tne mud. hired an Huiornomio. arove arouna f worth, went to a cabaret, bought 114.75 worth of drinks, and wns arrested. EDUCATIONAL Singing, Elocution Una. BUILT 'TORCH BARNBS, " m awe a siviiaj alla If TuUy and Frldfcya. Mil 1th ? V..tv MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE 8AFBTT nnBT." , ABEOLtmsi,r FinEpnoor aroitAaa. UNITED STATES BTOnAaa CO. Rooms, S2.ee and op. Uovlag, racking. Thon. Main 4S. t-4M muTh. it. vT BOO Storage Rooaaa, f LOO per . ?. HOVINO, PACTUM Q fcr Experts. Lew Rates. ONION STORAGE) CO, 414 S4 at. Mala 4174. MOVINfi PADDEOVANB mWVlWU FURNISHED. Pbons m. ani-mi. KREIG'S EXPRESS, UN n'Btroot N. W. BTORAQE,' PACKINQ. AND SKIPPING). Preo saovlaar far atar age. N. S34S or If. Bft44. SHITM'B THAKIFUH St aTORAUB CO.. 013 ft. Night Pk. N. MAX. CUBAN. ry storasafor turnlturo sad ptanoa, Estlmatn rboertullr (tvta. WESCUUOR'B, .tS Pa. w. N. W. Ptsno Xln UH. .FIREPROOF STORAGE M Separate Looked Rooms. I2.M Uoatb TJm, HerduBU' Tranjfer uA Slrngt C. Main 0900. 9J0-922 E St. N. W. LOST AND FOUND ECARF-Red silk, on 11th it., bttweon Otis and Kenyon. Return- to H. U C, 3JM llih st. N. W. ' I LOST OR BTRAYED-Sunday attornoon. colli dos; anowora to nam of "Nick."- Lib- rail -vm... If MiiiH.., .. .Li.. .. . . ! HELP WANTED-MALE BOY About IT years old; colored, to roll good and mak hlmaelf useful In store; muetvhave bicycle. Apply at one. UEO. T. KEEN. INC.. 1110 F t. N. W. BOY to carry out orders. 1111 llth t. -N. W. BUS BOYS-Two white for hotel. tJO a month at once. Apply FISHER'S AOBNCT. 41 10th at. ELECTRICAL HELPER with tools. Apply M37 P at. N. W. ERRAND BOY WITH BICYCLE. Must be neat, qulok and willing to work. Oood chance for advancement. Apply Ut Munsey Bultdjng. PIANO SALESMEN-vSaveral. who can find and cloee hualneis; experience In piano line not neceeiaryi canvaealng and selling experi ence eesentlal- ambltloua men of good char acter and address only: liberal contract. P. O. BOX 1C1. 1 PLASTERERS' LABORERS; 3. Apply 32th and Rodman eta. N, W., or VM Thlrty eeventh it. N. W. V PRESSER Experienced. at N. E. Apply at 111 Hth PRESSER for women's clothes. Apply M O at. N. W. 1 WANTED-rPrtnter's apprentice with at least a year's experience In typesetting. Apply M0 llth St. N. W.. aecond floor. 1 WATCHMAKER-Flret-rlaas. at once. Call 7 o'clock In evening. Ills M at. WAITER Experienced; whit, reference. Ap ply IS10 14th et. N. W. YOUNO MAN 'to help-on men's coatst steady work. 40T tth at. 8. E. 1 HELP WANTED FEMALE APPRENTICES to learn French dreuctittlng. dreeemaklng. deelgnlng. and millinery; good posltlone furntehed after learning. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY, lilt O at. 1 OIRL Experienced In linen room. Apply at once, the IIALMUll nuinu. SALE3I.ADY Thoroughly experienced In' gent's furnishing ana ary gooas eiore; steady position and good wagea. Apply to ANACOHTIA QUALITY SHOP, 1W-11 Mch ola ave. B E. MAX SIMON. lTop. WAIST. SKIRT ft SLEEVE HANDS, li1r and flnUhers; flnt-clan only. 1117 )Uh at. WAlTnES8 An xperlenced. Apply m Pa. ave. N. W. . WOMAN Setled, for general homework. Ap ply 'IMS H it. N. E. HELP WANTED Male and Female. HOTEL HELP In all departments. BUR QE88 HOTEL AGENCY. M8 10th at. N. W. AUTOMOBILES For Hire. . MAIN 7151 Day or Night. On mile. Mo; each additional ,mll. 2to. Automobile Repairing. CENTRAL CARRIAGE, WAGON, AND AUTO WORKS B. Mv LOYD. Manager. Truck and Autsmobll Bodlea to Order. BEAR OF m TO 411 EYE STREET N. V?. MAIN llti. Palnttns and lettering a Bpectalty, ALL 'WOHK OtJAItANTVIKn Wanted. WANTED TO RENT three time weekly au tomobile with chauffeur from prlvat owner. BOX HI. Time ofllce. ! TABLE BOArlD THE SHEPHERD, 10th and E ST8. N. W. Excellent mnJi; breakfast, Uc lunch, Mo; rtlnn.r -! U.10 per week. o JMtWa-fMBNU I B .fBaBSBfew. I FOR RENT-rROOMS X BT. N. W. tl-Nleelr forntehtdfoeth Treat ana other tfeoleie; reasonabls) 1 Q.ST, N. W.. ro-Large bekjrlor. suitable ferine or two, near Union Button, reason able. , t ' t O BT., 11U. COR. llth.-Nlce front room, large windows runnlngXwater: both gas or hgati led Boy gontleaseh.' x, - H BT. .N. W,, 4H Two large . conneetla reomi, with lavatory j M floor; i. b. k. anil h. w. h.i reasonable. ' Ith Bt. N, W.. let-Nicely furnished front rooms; corner housei clean, well ventilated; excellent downtown loot Ian t reeeonable. Ith BT. N. W 410-Warm rooms, bath each Boon central locatloni ILffO wtk upwards. UnftinibltetL FAIRMONT BT., Ttt-I south-ffont roenisl . heat I in private family of two: lit. 1 Fumlried er UnfuraMtw. O ST. N. W., 1-Furnlhd or unfurnlehed rooms. ROOMS AND B0AQD Uth BT. N. W.. Mt notfms and hoard, with it bath horn cooking. or without prlvat PERSONALS THIS -CITY (WASHING TON) IS CURSED WITH I CARPET-BAGGERS, VISIONARY EXTREM ISTS, FREAK LAWS AND MORE COMING TUB BNCTCLOPBDIA DICTIONARY do ones CAItPET-BAOaiUlS as potty Politic ians, who after tho war migrated Into the Boulhirn Btates for temporary JUsldoncs and Personal Advantage. THIS CONDITION was OFFENSIVE THEN AND. NO' LE8fll NOW. . DltAW TOUIl OWN CONCLUSIONS, and BAT WHICH FOOT tho SHOE' Is on JUST NOW. DO TOU OET ITT WHERE ARE WBM.TT SPEAK UP1 THE PUBLIC GENERALLY as well as P1IYBICIANB SHOULD KNOW that THE VACUUM . TREATMENT ' . I tho QREATEBT CURATIVR ldKNT known. It AVERTS PREUATITRE DEATHS irom APOPLEXY, PNEUMONIA. HEART DISEASE. lliail DLOOD PRESSURE. BRIOHTB DISEASE. REINSTATES HEALTH sad RELIEVES SUFFER1NO WITHOUT DRUQB m-fnmotcAT. vncuncn. Vna AFTER OTHER METHODS HAVE FAILED. It Is ENDORSED and USED-ln their PRACTICE by eminent phrslelani of all schools In this country and Europe. A voluntary statement made by th HON. MARTIN DODOE. who was for lz vun durlna tho mdmlnlitrallnn nf ih. !( nncat. DENT McKINIY and THEODORE ROOSE- VELT. director of rood roads In ih Dtnui. ment of AsTleulturs: I consider PROF. H. N, D. PARKER'S method of treating chronto disease the heal In tue. In fact It Is th only specific that can be applied to a siren plac on the body and confined to too one place only. My, ex perience nas shown m that the method I very rncaclou, very peclflc, and entirely under the control of Its operator. I was af flicted with chronic LUMBAGO flO 1IADLY at on time that I could not stand without support, and for years I waa obliged to carry a can. After treatment by PROF. PARKER I WAS ORADUALLT RELIEVED AND NOW DO NOT USE A CANS OR OTHER' MEASURE OF SUPPORT. MT GENERAL HEALTH IS- nETTEK THAN IT HAS IJEEN FOR THIRTY YEARS. (Signed) MARTIN DODOE, IMS O Street Northwest. sVEXACT COPIES OF THE ORIOINALB. The Result of MT u YKARjr nxpratr. ENCE with THIS METHOD, th last THIR TEEN IN THIS CTTT. Convince m that ThU BT8TEM CAN CURE THE SERIOUS MALADIES. If lh PATIJ-KT pan OCT rn MY OFFICE WITHOUT ASSISTANCE. I AM AFTER THOSE CA8ES that TOUR FHTSICIAN DON'T and can't cur. Consultation and 72-Page Booklet FREE. Lndy Assistant. ', Hours. 10 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Sunday, by Appointment Only. PROF. H. N. D. PARKER With M Year' Experience, the Last 11 In ThU City. Suite 7W-715 Bond Building, Washington D. C. (W.' H.) x I AM AFTER THE DESPERATE CASES. JtyThla ad good fprrtrit tratmnt. JOHN H. ARNOLD,- . Upholeterlng and Cabinet Work. MM N N. W. MISS WELLS Manicuring and Scalp .. Treatment Hour a t t. m Q at. N. W.. Apart. . '.hlrd floor. SPECIAL LUKCH-Joln our special lunch club, 11 to J. Southern cooking; all kind home-made deieerta. hot bread, rakaa and waffles: quick servloe. 711 llth at. N. W. LOUISE MAIERfflStSai. ehtropody, halrdreeilng all branches UUgkt. vpwq nun. ..epoie rqf mn SI M. M.etet. AMY FI I 1 MANICURINO. SCALP riui i jcivtsio trEatmfjt. Til llth t N. W. Phpn M. Till. MISS JAMERON. manicurist nd Ihlropodyl houra, 10 a, m. to I p. m. Ult New York ave. N. W eecond floor. MISS BABER manicurinu. 1IUOJ Uflucn BHAMPOOINO. BCALP Treatment. M O at., opp, U. H. I'eneton Off. MARILDA WILLIAMS. Maalearlng. Bham poolng, scalp treatment; 10 to 7. Apart. 1L in Garonne. ,w inn at. N. XV, M. . MRS. ORA L. FIELD "Ag" and Treatment! fac and acalp. Here for a ahort tim only. it ei. . w.. ma noor. MI9S PAIN "'"'curing and Scalp Trat- Apart. 1. pnon Mam 7. DRESSMAKING. B. L. LAWBON. 1111 Columbia at. DR. tfEED - SPECIALIST 804 Seventeenth Street' Over 30 Years' Succfui Practice in th uvcr ou i cms Cur of CTjn, Nervoui and special Diseases of Men sod Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrh. Obesity, Rbtumatlim, Cunrtl' patlon. Piles. Threat. Lungs. Dram. Heart. Blood and Skin Disease,' Nei-voua Dtblllly, Kidney Dlseaaea, Bladder Troubles, Speclne Blood Poisoning, Eruptions, .Ulcers And All Prlvat Diseases Cured for Lit by Safe Methods. tot. Bacteria vaccine and all th new se rum lend antl-tdxlna administered. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FRE& Private Waiting Room For Ladies. Of lie Hours, II te L t to t, Sunday, M t,U, BULLETIN OF AVAILABLEtOPPORTUNlf IES Ttalld Information coneernlBij Jh) ftriVln"; f?MWHWsj may m aeevred fret) of charge apon application to ' BUfiBAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT t .OF LABOR, Ml MILLS BUILDING. Inr PKP.J,VT?ftT19N8 U8HIM BtftWIfTee board.' lodging and Wsl. Rrta wXTtS -JS0? .PW;K$L?r.tfkV.)PD--pr y- WI rr hour. Bftti SaJL'2ra.w,d.'dlni! KQrM--Uiifurnlshed house, garden, fuel and milk FARM LABORER AlPPLlCATIONS Mary land. "SriS" -Co-, ne ', "" tor gen ral work on grain and dairy farm, Any "iat?l'.'m.?,.,"70r. :. J1""0 """led men as teamsters for truck farm. work. Any SuhifB; Children permitted. Tr. adv. ri.n.1.3 mJ!f"- ' fw, HOar.- Work for wires and children. - Virginia. 7Jn?M' Warren Co. One married man, mid Sil"1 fffn-?. to care f or garden. .;?'. ""!!, '" hlna for pumping, tc. Any E8. No obleotlon to 1 child. Exp, Tr. adv. from Washington and de ducted KO I'M, quarters and board fur-t wlltm (A Art -WVlna ain.t Uuh.Ih mI nlihed. 110 PM. w.j.: Vwsr. " " " 1701771. Norfolk Co. 'One married and nn. wniW miii 4 Ingle msn for milking and, assisting with ?:neral dary work. Whit American pre erred, other B9. II cows. Km. Children permltled. No. Tr. Ht PM, 1IOAP. For Inei. us PM. RAL. no-Jrii. Norfolk Co. One married man for general farm work. American, whit. Other Bfl. Eip. No objection to two or three children.- 'No Tr. W PM winter, HO PM FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS' MARCH WINDS THEN 1 APRIL- SHOWERS You had better take your umbrella: and have it re paired at M.-H.PHILPITT, 903 E St.' N. W. Hiinnniiininiwiii' e?1 :: KEEP STRONG AND 5 WELL :: Double End Striking '.' Bag 1.50 up X Single' -End Striking '.'. Bag ; ,...$2.00 up ::Wall Spring Exerciser, $1.00 $ 1.50 Value. WALFORD'S, 909 Pa. Avenue N. W. X T-H-I"H-I"M'1"1"H"M"M MIllllT FOR SALE Furniture, new and slightly used. Easy terms if desired or discounts for cash. Save Money, BUy at HOPWOOD'S, 8th and K. Bring Us ALL TOUR DISCARDED JEWELRY. OOLD, PLATINUM. AND DIAMONDS, WE BUT IT FOR MANUFACTURING. A. KAHN, 935 F St. N. W. IRON BEDS, tl.M up, with spring and mat traja, II; remnants oilcloth, roe yd.; Felt oleum, 300 yard; gas ranges, I3.M ach; bargains In all kinds furniture. 171 7th N.W. C. T. IIUNTER'B sanitary duat.ktlllng floor oil keep the floor clean ana nrigni ana give them a pollehed finish. Oood for your furniture. Try It. Only Mc a gallon, de livered. IU Pa. ave. N. W. Phone M. MM. FURS Lady wril eacrlflca handsome set of furs; animal ahap acarf with head, tall; Urge pillow muff; worth ISO: will take 110; going aouth. 80S Maaaachusetts ave. N. W. 1 TEARING DOWN COLUMBIA HOSPITAL. All kinds of building material for ral. SIDNEY U JIECKINQBR CO.. 15lh and C at. N. W. CONTINUOUS post bed. Iron spring and mattress, cemplet outfit U.K. (New good only.) JOHNSON'S. 1141 II et. N. B. FOR SALE Boeton terrier and Alrdal puppies; thoroughDred. sn. c. K. Dunn. HE1M. IMS leth t. N. W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST CASH prices paid far worn cloth ing; either ladles' or men's; send postsl; will call. B. TARSHES. UM 7th St. N. V. Phone North 4I. 1 Highest Prices Paid for OLD GOLD. M.SUTIN, tU Kenols Btdg.. . Uth and O ets. ' Artificial Teeth, Silver. Platinum, Dia mond, and Jwlry of every Description. See Me First. WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, ate. Phone M. 1K1 for wagon, or bar us call. "WBSCHLE1VB." HO Pa, av. N. W. 1 WANTED Furniture for cash. Bell your goods t th msn who give the - most aeoney. Be HOPWOOD. Ith and K. I MASSAGING MME. RHODES-Scalp Treatment and Facial maseage. Comblnga beautifully made Into awltchee. lite 7th at. N. W. 1 RUG WEAVING OUR woven rugs are guaranteed I year; carpet cleaned and scoured. OLD LAU REL ECLIPSE. IM.S11 10th St. a W. J'hon Main IM4-J. ! FOR SALE REAL ESTATE A TRUE BAROAIN-Lot Z. block 4210, Villa . ;, 101- Kii.w, must nave money; worm double thla amount. Addreae JAB. W. BLACK. Ill Banta Barbara at., Kanta Bar bare. Cal. 1 SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Salt. DESIRABLE location (or country (lore, con taining S acre. Fronts on Baltimore and Waahlngfon boulevard, tho Washington and Laurel electric road, and the II. & o. na tion la practically on the premises. Addret 1171 Blltmore et. N. W. 1 MODERN BUNGALOWS. I and I rooma. tiled hath, fumaca and hot. water heat. ELECTRIC LIOIIT. OAS. OOOD LOTS. PRICES. I2.U0 AND Sl.U. Small Cash Payment. Balance Conveniently: RIVERDALE' PARK CO., t P.IVERDALU, MD. L HOW TO BE TOUR OWN LANDLORD1 an UN cash and 111 month, at CHEVfOHASE. For lull particular dree peital. taleohon. or call on WM. K. ,RITCHIR. 4U-41 Cele. bldg. Tel. M. 1(4. Transportation mar w that all opportunities are ct as possible. summer, UOAF. Bummer wsges April 1 te Septemberia. TD-hU7I. Gloucester Co. On married man for general farm work 'and be foreman If competent. Any whit E8, except Italians. 1-5 cows. Ejd. Children iwrmlltrd. fit Tr. adv., and deducted. "M, HOFAM. " TRADES. Maryland. m-UM-B. Baltimore Co. Wfnledl SO mai chlnlsts. round, houe work; II machlnlets for erecting ahop work: to machinists for back shop work. Car repairers and car builders. Machinists, Kc-Mc I'll! .car re pairer and car builders, piecework. Tr. adv, 10 houra I'D, I on Saturday. DOMESTI.CS. Diitrict of Columbia. H7-MM. Washington, D. C. On colored woman for cooking, helping to clean Frt' days. Not less than 111 I'M and horns. MISCELLANEOUS. District of Columbia. IU-M. Washington, D.'c. One sfeoographer, must be accurate, speedy and well educated. One experienced In patent work 'preferred. Opportunity for advancment. Ml PM to surt. ' FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. .JHE F. H. SMITH COMPANY 815 Fifteenth Street TELEPHONE MAIN MM. Ill I st. nw.. r.. b.. downtown. if. MS.IO jerr 1st st. nw., 7r b , fcjo .Ji.I st, ns.. Hr.. b.. furnace heat 10.11 7M Oulncy St.. Ir., b., h, w. h ao.W Pa. av l r.. b.. newly decorated.. to.W If Jd nw.. lr b.. furnace, tin order.. 0.W 7B Qulney nw Hr.. b.. good order I7.M U 1st st.. Ir., b.. furnace 17.M Be Q st. nw., Ir., b.. furnace n.09 12 ,,.n, Tr ""O at 3M at. nw., r., T: s5.l 7 Oreaham at.. Ir.. b., furnace .M pi Kentucky ave. ne., r., b., s.M Clinton at.. Woodrldge. Ir,. large Ut... S.00 TMJ N st. nw.. it., water, large yard... 16.ee ! Orlesns ne.. fist, i r b UM Keys Sent on Request. Send for List of tJesirable Apts. BIX-ItOOM HOUSE FOR Hi.10. Will mak any necewary repair. Ihla home I cheap and conveniently1 located, be Ln"J1r ,he " ' "" W Worlds av. JJ, Bv D. F. SAUt, CO.. M N. Y. av. N. W. Main 171. COIXRE3D TENANTS. Six large room and modern bath; range, hot and cold water; good repair. Itent. 170.10. IS O at. N. W. D. F. SAtJI. CO., IM N. Y. ava. N. W. Main J71. RENTING A SPECIALTY Mr. Prospective Renter: Look over ,vy big For Rent Llat before you decide on your next house. It it I not on my Hit give me a de ecrtptlon of th property and what eection you want It In I will get It for rou. HARRY E. GLADMAN, Line. 1M. 191 Pa. Ave. S. H. 1M7 llth nw Ir.HMOiIOa nd sw.. r..H0.M 117 2nd aw.. Sr... 11.10 ,M E iw.,,(r,. I.M 110 Ird as.. Ir.... J M0 4M I. iw Ir.u... 11.00 117 2nd sw., Ir.... 1I.U HI L aw.. Ir.b... U.M m Sth nw Ir.w U.M thos. p. nnovvN. 111 m t. b. w. ll Portner place, I room and bath tl0.U J1S H"'."';" ' room sod bath 4l. 1447 7th st. 7 rooms snd bath. n.M neat and hot water Included In the above. Btoro. lies 14th st. nw, with living quar. K.H Apply A. P. Willie, the Portner. Kth U n. Furnished. TO RENT, for the summer, large, comfortable, well fur nished home and garage, out 16th street. Only twenty min utes from Treasury, but','fjne'ele vation, trees and extensive lawns, cool and secluded as if miles in the countiy. Efficient servants, also cow and chickens, if desired. Phone Col 1733. FOR RENT FURNISHED 1725 S St. N. W. Brand new house, containing U rooms and I bath: all modem Improvement; complete ly furnlehed throughout: located In Waeh Ington'a moat eecludeM nelghborhols. Rent JJUS.i'i0' . APP,ir to' Owner. D. 71. ROLAND DRU.RT, 101 Southern bldg. Uth and H N.W. APARTMENTS T.aLlT Unfurnished. CHEAP FLAT N. E. Five large rooma and bath, good repair: rent 114.10. No. 1M7H Morse t. N. fc. II. F. SAUL CO.. 114 N. Y. ave. N. W.. Main 171. COLORED. Four-room modern Mat. f 14. Where elee can you obtain a modern flat for auch a prloal Thl flat haa a nice back yard and coal rang In kitchen; convenient tn any part of city. 1107 Ith at. N. W. B. F. SAUL CO., 104 N. Y. are. N. W. Main 171. llth BT. N. W.. 717 Four rooms and bath or t rooms, and bath; hot-water heat. Wasted. WANTED vacant Properties and apartments to rent. We catnot supply the demand for good prep arty. I.et ua Hit your now. NO CHARGE. PAUL V, MITCHELL tc COMPANY. 1411 O at. N. W. 1 FOR RENT DESK ROOM 410-A SOUTHERN BLDO.-Offloe desk room: phone Main 4151. FOR SALEHOUSES SEVERAL PROPERTIES FOR HALE at bar gain price, which will net pur:haer lata and safe return on amounta Invceted THOS. E. JARRELL. lite 111-40 Woodward Bldg. Main Ut. Suite PREPAREDNESS. A man on even moderate salary can RUT A HOME with money he .la now paying out In rent. INSURE YOURSELF AUAIN8T Hardship It'e atmply th exerclte ( good Judgment and foresight. See. thl beautiful elxTOom, fotonlal design, Convenient to 1 car line, all covernmrnt de. partmnt. publlo school, churches and storea. PRICE ONLY 11.150. Smalt cash payment, balance Ilka rent.' House, No. 1420 C St. N. E., Opes Take llth and D st.' cars to llth and C its. ne. Walk I equaree east, or E. Capital at. cars to llth at., walk I square forth. LOOK THESE OVER1 BEFORE BUYlNO. COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL. One and One-half equaree From LINCOLN PARK. On 14tt St. N. K.. bL North Carolina ave. and C St. On of th most beautiful leca. tlens In lh city. I rooms, tile bain, -large let, porch. All nodero Improvemeula, Only UOO cash tnd balanc Uk rent. $21.50 per month. Including Intsrest and prtaelsaL . PRICE, $2,250. Open dally and Sunday until t p. at. ' Wanted. WE DO NOT UU1LD HOUSES, but el them,, IJtt your proper I lee for sale with us snd ws will sell them 'or you. THOS. E. JARRELL, Suite UO-40 Woodward liia. Main 1M. DEATHS HENDRICKS-Suddenly, at her retldence In Xenolnctoa, Ma., on Monday, HarcH U, W. at 11:W p. m., MRS. IDA V Mloved wife of Arthur Hendricks, In the elttyflfUi Tear of her age. Funerel service at Kensington Thursday at 1 p. .' Relitlves and friends Invited to attend. Interment at Arlington. 1 IIOFFMANN-OnTueeday, March M, llll, MARY BARBArfA HOFFMANN (nee Rup pert), widow of th lata Valentine Hoffmann, at her residence In The Montgomery. Requiem mass at St. Mary's Church on Friday, March 17th, at o'clock a. m. LOCHTE-On Thursday. March 14, Ml. at Emergency Hospital. JAMBS A., beloved son of Henry and Bllaeh and beloved hus band of Margaret Lochte. Funeral from the family residence, 2X B street northeast, en Frldsy morning. No. tlo of hour hereafter. Interment ML Olivet Cemetery. BLATMAKER-On Monday. March It, MM, HORTEN8B BERTEAUX A., lfe of Wil liam I. Bl ay maker and daughter of th tat Edward F. and Virginia W. Alexander Funeral from her late reildenc. 2tl6Ttlden .fJr5t. Thursdsy, March II, at 11 a. m. (friend and relatives Invited. Interment private, IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for this column sre accepted at M Cents Bat, either pro or poetry. In eas no tice does not eiceed Un line. . And 10 cents for each line In esceaa of ten.) . UNDERTAKERS EmBalmers. FRneral Directors. J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER A LTVERY. , t 121 Pa Ave. N. W. Telephone M. W6.. WABHINOTON. D. C. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., 13.17 1tsi St. n: W. Nortk- 4T. JOSEPH. F. BIRCH'S S"ONS mm m ,. wjiW. wt w. JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS, 'Ml Vaeonaln Avtf West SOd. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO., 1014 MnaaaVlisi aeUa Ave. .Main 840. ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, 3001 Pb. Are. West 151 1S4. ULRICH & BURDETTE. 1B2I Wlaeanaln Are. West fSt). S. H. HINES & SON, INC. 1TI.1 14th Bt. North 15IW. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS, 1538 14th Bt. Nrrth 3S1. THOMAS F. MURRAY, ' 1007-34111 Nlehela At B. K. Line. 13W. GEORGE W. WISE, atOO l St. Went 1SH. W. W. DEAL.& CO., Bid II HL N. E. Use. .14(14. HARRY M. PADGETT, 730) llth St. g. K. l.lnr. 1S5B. HERBERT B. NEVIUS, tap) New Yrs Are. Main 3887. WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., 40S II St. N. KL Line. 524. GEO.P.ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc Set Knat Cupllol St. Line. 373. W. R. SPEARE, HO F Bt. Main 4380 43S1. P. A. TAUTAVULL, 44.1 7th Bt. B. W.- Main 187t. THOMAS M. HINDLE, Bth nrnl II Bta. N. v Main fS!7. 1 O. B. JENKINS, MTI Bt. N. W. Main 4804. THOMAS S. SERGEON, 1011 7th BL N. W. Main 1000. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS of every description moderate Brio. OUDE. llll F Bt. N. W. . CEMETERY LOTS Cedai Hill Cemetery Washington' N.weet and PretUeet CEMETERY FOR WHITE PBOPLS Lets on eale snd selling rapidly. Bay new and sav 700. For limited tpne. lata are selling S -times eeieaper than any cemetery in the District et Colum bia. LOTS $5.00 UP fts Special rates to organisations and so cieties. For 'farther Information ad- d""jOS. J. CAYLOR, Treasurer. 7B Ith at N. B. Telephone Line. H2. Auto serrioe. VITAL RECORDS. Births. Howsrd H. and Zelma Tearman, girt. Robert L. and CattiertB R. Wrann. gtrl. Frances J, and Mary T. KetnIt. girl. HarrUon and Ida Follln, girt. William H and Mary II. Donovan, glrL Charlea M. and Cora Bartlett. boy. William H. and Eva E. nremmerman, boy. S. Emmett and May Burns, boy. John W. and Ott W. Boland, boy. Edmund L. and Ruby V. Drowning, boy. Robert V. and Blanch N. Bailey, boy. Herbert E and Bertha B. Slmonds, girl. Franklin D. and Anna E. nooeev.lt. boy, John L. and Adeline Relay, girl. Mrlvln H. and Annie R. Redmond, gtrl. John H. and Bertha Miller, gtrl. Joeeph W. and I.ucllle Maroeron. boy. Daniel E. and Mary C. Brewer, girl. Isaac J, D, and Nina F, Ltpocomb, bey. Deaths. Charles Hoffman, 17 yra., 1HI llth St. nw. John C. Muhlenberg, 17 yr., IMS Newton it. nw. Frnk L. Yarlck, U yrs.. Emergency Hot. Oeorge Hlllbush, 16 yrs. Emergency Ho. Jamr T. Duller. U yr., llll N. it. av. nw, Alice C. Thomas. U yr.. IMS O it. ne. Ellen Mcl-ean. 71 yra.. 1M1 :1th at. nw. Adam Miller, 41 yrs.. Providence Hospltsl. Charlotte Welter, 41 yrs.. Providence) Ho. Cora M. Studt, 41 yr.. Sibley Hoepltel. Catherine C Joyce. 7 yrs,, llll M st. nw. Elizabeth Coatee, It yrs.. Providence IIos. James H. Queries, 44 yrs., Ala. ave., Ana- eoatla, D, C. William 11. Washington, U yrs., IIS tth St. nw. Sarah Lane. X yrs.. 1K4 rnd st. iv. William Brown. 1 yr., Freedmen's Hos. Henrietta Brook. M yrs.. Tuberculosis Hos, Hsrrlet Morris, 34 yrs., Wsah. Aay. Ho. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN 11I'1W"M1II1WW Real Estate Loans No Commissions Easy Monthly Payments No, unnecessary delays or extra charges on District Ileal Estate. Assets Over $2,600,000. Over tlSO.000 In profits forypast year paid In cash to 'members, including- borrowing- members. Washington Six Per Cent X Permanent Bldg. Assn. 12 V SI. N. Ut frHinummmifrH MONEY TO LOAN on real -etaie; loweet rate! prior payment privilege; largo amounts. TY-LEIt RUTHERFORD. H7 llth. MONEY TO LOAN-lloO.to liOO.OOO on U. C real estate. Several truet fund. 4i to per cent. All transaction tenducted with economical consideration for borrow era, WM. H. SAUNHERB JCO.. goutb.ro Building. 17 Uth sL N. W. sSpccial Notices 8FBCIAL DOliiAR BAXJtf M JBSWELRT wnn nrtikyj-i w 1 JULIUS K. WOLFE. Hth R at. N. W. . . , DON' WORRY. r.fr?4 J'i.?SK'pJrtaUn Troublee t THE ANDERSON PRINTERY. 117 NEW YORK AVE. PHONE MAIN Hit HPIHllti uvvrfif,. am ...... .. iiNiovr fnzzxzv",': "i"HsT"'- JsrvjtSSS ItTq I odern Dntisirv Alt nnh.. r.i.1... .......- V iism iT',T"11! prices, Work Sees. ":," w issa uiaeas. two et- If ' JJIAV ABSOCtATION. fOl 7U N. W B. E. DENTAL AMpCIATIO g. K73eVr PAINLESS EXTRACTION th?Sl.iK. .B COMMISdlONERB OF MiSJj. S,,JS,,. o'Coluoabla. Wa.hlngton. March 4th, ,1111 Notice- la hereby given that autraCV',ln ? ProTl2aTof m 11. !. uffi -Fs. rfSh,4,!:e ! Commissioners "i "thi -- 'vviuuioie Will IT m PUDlia -..... .uuhu, Haren sera. me. at 10 a. Si'ni'ih'i '"'!' n:rstidor wnlnjr land iKT it IT. """"."" Biwn iniieentn linV tlBJf.nn!n,f road wTtJhm ts nbov limit w ft?SHMr-5SL. ." -"------.- ., .uHMUDni vr TQmWM COD 5S?1S"1 P"powd chtmgtM M aboirn Dl teVDAVaa frlailllAa..4 - m . Ztii,PiNJlIJOVn RROWNLOW. CHARLES W. KUTZ. Coromlfilonera. p. t BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORaN(HDlN-No prospeeU of a Ufup stock I full up and marked low so as to a cash for our trsd. It's worth while to top '"," .? o rr rood sllghUy need J?.llf; Hi on Drtc- JUSTH'S OLD 8TAND. Palata. fUFTALO A. L, O. PAINTB. J iZ SSSlA .EMMONS. -- - .m wu n. w. Mattresses awd Box Springs. SPECIAL-IUlr and felt raattreeee mad, over and renovated! all elsea, 11 onlr "I7 BEDDINO CO.. iW ff .l"n"v?: UBhabtcriH;. f2 OO f j?.6 ta tapestry. Have yeur V,.JJ furnltur rtupholatered where you ttX,JE?!!t!L Jb- DALTIMORE UP HOI8TERlNQ CO.. Ml H at. N. E. Carpet Cleanlnn. CARPETS TUORO AND CAnEFULLT cl.aned: rug woven from old carpet, inat- JI.J?.ni,1,,s EeUmatea fum. ALBERT KAIILERT CO.. 2 B St. 8 W. M. X6t Masquerade Cestaaea. Masquerade Costumers. l c. m. Burton son, hi a n. w, MaltlgraphlHir. Hungerford Letter Co. 2 1 Real EeUt Trust Bldg.. Hth tt IL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT Is offered In actlv cement mfg. corporation earning very atlefaetory profits and largo ouslntaa aaaured In future: limited amount eharee for al. For full particulars address JOHN BENNETT Room 41J. Corcoran Building. CLAIRVOYANTS M. SPENCER, THKPA?sAfDMctAIRofX5A.T,!D Studio, 1318 Hth St. N. W. CONSULT TUlU U1KTED LADY AMD BE CONVINCED PERSONALLY OF THE HON. ESi'Y AND BINCBRITY OF HER WORK. IT you are In jrouhla of aay kind, discon tented, unhappy, have had bad luck, er any trouble that annoy you. M. Spencer will tell you about them and how to overcome thm. Her aovic and assistant nata mad Uleu aanda happy. It will help you. THE REA BON M. SPENCER HAS ATTAINED QREAT SUCCESS IS BECAUSE OF THE MANNER IN WHICH SHE DEALS WITH HER CLIENTS In the flrat place, her bust nes mathoda are abolutly clean and honeat: 8HE NEVER PROMISES MORE THAN SHE 18 ABSOLUTELY SURE SHE CAN DO; aha give a dollar's worth of honest ad vie for a dollar; ah makes no misleading or unbusinesslike propositions; while she 1 anxious to help everyone, aba wanta to d so upon an boneat. fair, and aquar basis, with mutual confidence and respect between heaV' Mlf and client. IF SHE CANNOT HeIp TOU. SHE WILL HOT TAKE YOUR MONEY. She has earnestly devoted bar life U th exclulv study of her profeulon. and stands today without an equal in her work. 8h baa maatered every secret pertaining to paychlo phenomena, and has thoroughly de veloped every phase of mental medluraahlp. ALL .WHO CONSULT HER ARE SURE TO OET 'THE BEST THAN CAN RE HAD IN UER LINE. Remember th address. Ull 14TH BT. N. W. MADAM JEAN tSa?.arciuc Clairvoyants ara bora, not made. Madam Jean haa been on lnoe childhood, acknowl edged by press and publlo to be th greatest clairvoyant In the world, can positively re unite the separated. Oet a reading from thl remarkable woman. Will tell you name, date, and facts without asking vou a ilugl location. Ton have a power of your own. either for god or evil. Cultivate th sood. Develop It. Use It. Call and be convinced. Private room, you see no on. 035 H Sr, N. W. Phone M. 8091. MME. CARLETTA Careful, painstaking and conscientious tolls clearly juat what you wleh ts know without asking a queatlon. Nothing to pay unles you receive th Information and ad. vice you deelr. NO FEE IN ADVANCE. When, who you many it ever-lf sweet heart, friend, huaband, wife la true or falte. Past, present, future. Business best stilts you. Success tn undertaking; so years ex. perlenco. moetly In Washington. Ta a guar antee of her reliability. See everyone. H re spective of condition or color. Hours, it a m. to 1 p. m. In her own private residence. 705 EIGHTH ST. -N. W. CONSULT ZANCIG ?&? nQADINOS ONE DOLLAR. STUDIO. XX 14th it N. W. Phone M. 4411. v MADAM FIELD-Wbn rou, consult bee 11tnb.j-1.11e 4 .-,ijP0U eon,,)!, u,, bMt Reunites the separated. N. HM-J. Utl 7th nw. MME. VERNERSWvoyM.'nh tal Sclent lit! can be een at her old addreee. toe ii at. N. w.. :a noor. mono- M. uir. Pocfllln -Readings. -. niunite th VaallllU leparated. Cauaes speedy mar riage. Remove all trouble. Satlefaetiaa. Ill F st N. W.. Walk In. Hra.. UUI p.a. Madame Catherine Strd'n-d.r baa returned from England and will bs pleased to see friends and patrons at CN Ilk St. N. W. I PALMISTRY Miss Tjenton Atrol10- raimist, iVIR& UClllUU Phychologl.t. Resdlngs. U. Have what nature haa written In your band Interpreted, llll L at. N. W. II, JT'V 1 ' SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, .gJgSJg1' Reading dally; aeancea Tuea. & Thura. eves.; Frl... 1 p. m. Ph. IJnc, Will. Ill N. J. ave. 8.E. ZANCIG'S TEMPLE, Wonderfull demondratlon tonight at I, IS cent. Spirit measage and paychlo teat. MR8. WHITE, 7 Slnd t. N. W,-8eance Wed.. Frl.. I IV w. Private leading dally, Sunday by appointment, l'hone W. 111-J. MRS RDTH11"11"" u,lf- Seanoe iVirVO. IS.KJ 1 ilxue. and Thura. eve.. 1030 Ith t.N. W. Above Library. Marie A. Davidson, Rh. D., SPIRITUALIST MEDIUM Reading dally. Developing class Monday evening, by appointment only Pnon M. Mil, 1017 tsh it. N, Tt. S S'