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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 25; 1916. "
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CHIT II NOT
HPtnnunQn mi
I nilL I II II IV LI LlUUrlUi nr.inf of this nssertlon'tho Irish leader Msgler p,ace-and Hecond street. In ths Lis.
IIUU I IIIII1U VV VIIW Prooi or xms awerugn mo , - 0uiimib,-yfT)li,t,cl ,.our. No. iM9.
'r , Xf ri.fi., .Vlemd to be alVned tiy M I ! la hereby slv.n, that th. Comnila. I
' . ", ''i 2,?''B.?.l Hrm.h TAln ter Iti stout of i L.stnct ot Columbia (pursuant
Irish Leader Believed To Be
Insane Long 'in Service of
Nation.
(Continued from First Page.)
la' the Putamayo rubber fields. As a re
sult of h report, a Urltlsh royal torn
mission, headed by him, Investigated
the situation and brought about reforms
in the treatment TJf men, employed In
th Industry. ' ,
Dorn 'In- Ireland In September, im,
he pawed, his youth In obscurity, but
early shewed an nptltude for diplomatic,
service. Beginning In 18W, he -was-auo-csslvely
consul at Loranao Marquca
ahd for the Portuguese possessions in
TVtat Africa 'south' of tho Gulf ft
Guinea. Afterward ho waa .consul In
the Gaboon, and from 1SW to 106 In the
Coned Fiea Btale. He wns consu' nt
8anto In 1908. and was appolntedconsul
to Haiti and San Domlna-o In 1907r but
did not auallfy. Ho was consul at
Vara.. Peru, In 1K8 and 1909. From 1900
to HishV was consul general at Itlo
Janeiro. He waa created a knight In
1511. 'Thereafter he becamo the leader
of the separatist party In Ireland.
HIV work. In suppressing atrocities
in the Congo Free 8,'ate anr n the
Putamayo' district. In Peru conatltuto
the briuhtest chapters In hla career. At
the risk of his life he effectually ended
th. hrutnl nractlce of scourging natives
employed In thei rubber "trade, and fori
thla nereceivea tne commenaauon oi
the .entire civilised world.
Visited United t Sates.
SI.- Roger waa In, the Unl(.cd States In
the nrrimer, of 19H, a few weeka be
fore the European war began. He made
sneecher -In many cities for home rule
In, Ireland. Then-He 'suddenly assumed
th,e rplcf leader In a movement which
hijd bier. started In 'Ireland a few
months , before to organise an Irish
national volunteer force to uphold the
authority of the crown apd government
of Ircjan'c.' The movement, was similar
to, the Ulster forco which Sir Edward
Ctraon' organized. S ' ,
Sir Pjjger was In ..Philadelphia In
July. ,191. when t four Irishmen' were
killed nnd many wounded near Dublin
1na riot .following Hie seizure' by the
government of arms 'Intended for the
vqlun.tccri In many 'American .cities
he denounced' this governmental act as
"lawless violence."
Soon'ofte'r the war began he returned
to Ireland, whero he displayed great
activity In hla leadcrahlD of the Irish
Volunteers. He was open In his opposi
tion to var, but, even his bitterest de
tractors wero totally unprepared for the
startling announcement concerning him
whlcV came 'through tho Berlin wire
less, aorvlce-on November 22, 1914. This
was thonows that he had been received
at the German foreign office.
Promise By Berlin.
Berlin told 'the world Sir Roger had
gone to the German foreign office with
the plaint that It was, noised abroad In
Ireland that If Germany triumphed over
Great Britain the Gr'eenIsle would bo
devastated 'by Invading' Germans. The
acting secretary of the 'foreign office,
by order of .the, Imperial chancellor, waa
represented' aa' declaring to Sir Roger
that the German government utterly re
pudiated 'the .Intentions attributed' to It.
The tatting secretory, Berlin said, as
sured Sir Roger that Germany had Ire
land's Interests and prosperity deeply
at'heart and" Implied that aollcltudo for
Ireland's welfare wna.one ot the rea
sons for Germany engaging In war with
England.
.Tho newsiof Sir Roger's seemingly In
credible disloyalty aroused great Indig
nation through' Great Britain. Eondon
and' Dublin ' nowapapers, while paying
unstinted trlbuto to-hls work in tho
British consular service, denounced hla
act In unsparing terms.
Sir Edward Grey, foreign secretary, on
February 3. 1915. told the House of Com
mons, that Sir Roger's nenslon had been
suspended, pending an Investigation of
allegations or aisioyaity.
Ills friends, with one .accord declared
that the reports were exaggerated, or
that Sir Roger was -not responlble for
hi actions. Hla very manner of ap
proaching the German government, they
hfld, -revealed an abnormal mind. His
friends recalled his long career In the
consular Hervlce, principally near the
equator (consul, at Lorenzo Marquea In
INS; at Gaboon and Congo Free State,
1SS8-1W3; t. Haiti and 8an Domingo", 107,
and consut 'general at' Rio de Janeiro.
lSOM. ("id were sure, that the, tropical
sun'naa aesiroyca nj morui conception,
' Cortan Doyle's 'Defense.
Sir Arthur-Conan Ddylc took this view,
and sent an open letter' to the British
press, saylng: .
'"That he should. In the full Dossesslon
off his senses, act a traitor to tho
i:atlon which had employed and honor
ed: him Is inconceivable to any one who
knewthim. '
VI have naver heird him say a word
which was dieloyal to Great Britain. He
was a sick .man, however, worn by
tr6plcal hardships, and he complained
often of pains in his head. Last May
(19H) I had letters from him from Ire
land which seemed to me so wild that
I expressed -fears at the time as to the
state lot his nerves."
In the United States a ivave of Irish
ire Instantly arose. Five days after
the announcement of Blr Roger's perfidy
the Municipal Council of the United
Irish League and affiliated Irish so
cieties held an Indlgnatl6n meeting In
the Emmert Arcade. New Vork city, and
repudiated him. They went o record
aadeclarlng he "never has been con
nected In !any .way with the Irish homo
ruin movement in Ireland 'or tho United
States never friendly to Its objects or
polcy,-.but-always hostile and he Is In
no' woy authorized to apeak In the name
n' ..h I m .a1.b1. t 9 ,Ua T.lati fnl .n, n A m
orithelr friends, having been repudiated
mpnthi ago by that organization and
irien national leaaers in coin countries.
But while his friends sought to ex
cute'l.ls actions and the .Irish National
ist party repudiated him and hla works,
the German authorities rvalled them
selves of his services. They encour
aged hlro to write, and speak against his
country ahd fully approved 'his -plan for
raising an Irish legion among the Irish
prisoners 'captured by the Germans in
the' retreat from -Mons. ,
'; Manifesto To Ireland.
In November, 191, u manifesto to the
Irish people was printed in- the semi
official Norddeutsche Allgemelne Zel
tung. The manifesto was palled forth
by an jalleged Interview between Case
me'nt and the assistant minister ot for
eign affairs. It waa stated that Ger
many would never land an army to
pillage Ireland. hTo text of tho mani
festo was 'deleted br the censor.
Earlv in 1915 reports were received
from Germany to the effect that Sir
Roger had proposed to go to America
.n'fs.- n a. ,. Ai-i.finlv.tlnn nf Trial.
men and then send agents to Ireland to
atlr' up a revolt, but that he was un
able to devise a plan of reaching this
country without capture by British war
ships. , M ,
In Mqy. 19j6. despite the fact that
Casement was In Germany and hla pen
sion waa suspended pending an investl
fatlon of allegations that he waa die
pyal, hla name was proposed, according
to the Liverpool Courier, for a vacant
Dublin seat In Parliament by the Sinn
Fein Society, . .
Much has been published of the al
leged attempt of the British govern
ment., to arrest Sir Roger ou his way to
GarmaBjr, He 'himself 'has stated tnat
an attempt wag made to bribe his man
servant to "knock him ba the heart."
Hhortly after hla arrival In Urrnlany
Blr Itoeer stated that While nt Unrig,
tlnniu, .en route. urltlah aitenta nad
taken Hla man servant, a NF'eS,n
named Adlcr Qhrlatenson. to the otittah
Ictiatton and offered him Ift.WO to.de-
liver Hlr Ror Into their hands, in
1 -m .... "- .-.,l..- Irish iMrf.P
Information given by the servant air
Roger Casement be capUirpd either with
or without companions. ' ;'J ho servant
rovialca tpe pioi to nis innticr.
The letter was laid before the Nor
wegian governments and ' coplea were
submitted to all other neutral govern
ments. Gorman newspapers elaborated
on the alleged British plot to kidnap
blr Roger, Who thereafter,, until ro
cent IV, remalopd'ln Germany and mado
his headquarters at the forelffn vfnce.i
Casement has stated slnco that his
objo'. In going to Germany waa to as
certain tho attitude, of tho German gov
ernment toward Ireland, and In the
hopo that .by his -action he would pre
vent many young Irishmen from enlist
ing In the war. to fight against Germany,
whcil, ho declares, they have absolutely
no Interest In the war.
To. Irish Soldiers.
Sir Roger wis called upon to do'some
mlealonary wprk with Irish soldiers wJw
had been taken prisoners by tho Ger
mans. A first-hand narrnttvo of one
such attempt was afterword given by
Private William Doolcy. of the Itoyal
Irish Regiment. He related that Irish
prisoners were.collcctcd together from
'all over Germany until they formed &
"body, of 2.000. ThcsQ.wcro treated with
plenty of food and soft worus until tney
were considered 'ripe for the peruasIoiis
nt Rlt nnif.r Pfm.trinnl.
' On the appointed clay, Blr Roger was
introduced to me ramp, no invucu
thonv.to enlist In a Gcrman-Lrlsh bri
gade. They were to receive 130 apiece,
go to the front - and fight against
their former comrades in tho British
rfrmy and afterward take posts of honor
In a. Herman Invasion of Ireland, in the
'event ot German success In the war.
'1m U. l.. ., . r a-aMAM ,nll(IP thltU
111 II1U -TJVfJIII. Ui XJV. (Kill lanuivi t...wj
were to recelvo free passage to
America.
According to Prlvato Dooley. the
prisoners broke forth In Irish obpurga
tlons which overwhelmed Sir Roger
with, embarrassment. ,
It 'was related In a dispatch from
Berlin last year that the German gov
ernment' had paid Sir ltger Casement
a. retaining fco or llouo.
' Relations Wtih Gaffney.
Dispatches "on September 2, 1918,
told cxcluulvely tho reason for the
ilntensu Intoreat. In tho revelations of
the secret "coriespondence conducted
by Irish nationalists with -Thomas St.
John Gaffney, .American consul at
Munich, Germany.'.througr. the medium
ot tho Austrian, government. They set
forth ..evidence that' Mr. Gaffney had
"been'' entertained In Munich by Sir
Roger,1 The disclosure caused a great
clamor for the recall of Mr. GoiTney
In America and at allied capitals.
Prisoners who had been held three
yeara for trial for the Putomayo
atrocities. In August, 1915. escaped from
jail In tqultos, Peru, and In canoes at
hamtitled down the Amazon river to
Urazll. Thov were led by ArmandnJ
Normand,-who, Sir Roger declared at
tho time ot his arrest, was the worst
riimlnal In the world. In the escape ot
these prisoners evidences of German
Intrigue, with Hlr Roger ns the guiding
genius, wero apparent.
Hlr Roger Casement, who Is .lifty
one years of ago. Is a very raro type
of Irishman, an Ulster Protestant, who
Is hettrt and soul with tho Irish. Na
tionalists in their struggle tor home
rule.
Christ Church Friendly
, Society to Give Comedy
Arrangements have been completed
for the presentation of "The Elopement
of Ellen." a three-act comedy, under
tho auspices ot the Girls' Friendly So
ciety of Christ Church, Georgetown.
It will be given Friday evening In
Lmthlcum Hall, 3118 O street.
The proceeds of the play arid from
tho sale ot 'refreshments to follow will
be devoted to the church choir tund.
The cast Includes Miss Helen M.
Knight, Miss Ada I. Stearns, Miss
Uladys Parr, Albert Stearns, Ira M.
'Jones, Eugene Blackford, and C. Mer
rltt Bodlne. Tho cast has appeared in
this, play a number of tlmcs, having
been trained for the Initial perform
ance by Ucorgo Palmer, who was tor
merly with Uclasco and 'Savage.
.Musical numbers between Hhe acts
iwlll bo rendered by Miss Beatrice Sey
mour Goodwin, Miss Dorothy HchaatT,
Miss Louise Crlttendon, and Mrs. John
son, director of the Christ- Church choir.
After the play Ice cream, cake, candy,
and other feircshments.wlll bo. sold by
young women of the Girls' Friendly So
ciety, Miss Abby Holdrldge .will pre
side at the lco cream booth; Miss Pau
line Jardons will have charge of the
candy booth, and Mlqs 3enevleve
Hughes will servo punch. Ushers will
be Wilbur Alderman and Paret White.
Miss Helen, 'Knight,' president of the
society, Is in charge of the entertain
ment. National, Security League .
To' Form a Branch Here
A District of Columbia branch of the.
National security League win be rorm
ed this afternoon at a meeting to be
hold In new Masonic Temple, Thir
teenth street and New York avenue.
The Catherine will be called to order
at 4:30 o'clock In response to. the 'call
Issued by Frederic I.. Huldekoper, tyon
ofary vice president and member of the
army committee of the league.
A general Invitation to all Intereated
In, nho national security movement has
been extended.
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CHAMIlEnMAIDS-Apply
TEI, at once.
nALEIUIt HO.
Oin.1.8 to work on veata. (23 10th t. N. W.
Itooma 11 and 16.
YOUNO ami, for general houaework. Ap
. ply at 3 Irving at. N. W. -
J.ADY TYPIST at once. Apply 245 John
Marshall place. TIIE.CITY HALL SUPPLY
CO.
MANOI.E OinLS-Experlenced, white. Ap
ply fOLUMPIA IMUNDHY. ,3 O St. nw.
HALEHLADIES to work In houaefurnlahlnc
atore. Apply AINO.E A SON'S, wn-S II at.
N. E. ,
STAIlfHEnS Collar, experienced. WE8T
END LAUNDnY. 2i Pa. ave. N. W.
WAITRESS Experienced. FOURTEENTH
STREET LUNCH. M9 Hth at. N. W.
WAITRESSES-Experlenced, at once. Apply
4H7 Pa. ave. N. W.
HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
AMATEURS WANTED for amateur night.
Apply Manager LYCEUM THEATER. I
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished.
2rd BT. N. W.. 424 Two front second floor
rooms, cneerrui ana convenient, n per mo.
II ST. N. W.. 412-Second noor; 2 communi
cating rooms, alnk. gaa range and porch,
111.
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1208-Opp. Raleigh.; cen
tral cara from atatlon: hot water: ratea.
13th BT. N. W 1513 Four rooms nicely fur
nished 'for housekeeping, entire first foor;
desirable for summer. Call between 10 a.
m. and 1:19 p. ni. Phone North H43.
10th HT. N. W.. 1J2S, Apart. 1-Medlum elxe
front room: suitable for elderly gentleman:
alao back room with porch: adjoining bath. 1
(th ST. N. E.. 1 Three large, bright, 'jeau
tlful rooms; new houae: first or recond
floor: handsomely and com. fur. tor house
keeping; h. w. h.: tiled bath: front and back
porches; reasonable. Line. 2003.
th 8T. N. W., 412 Furnlehed room, with
porch; first floor; I. h. k.; M a week; other
rooms. 22 per week.
FAIRMONT ST. N. W.. 1442-Two newly pa-
pered and furnished front rooms and bath':
prltate family; uae ot phone! gentleman.
M. T7. j.
(th BT. N. W.. 1122-Fur, room: prlate tier
man family; bath; phone; gentlemen only:
(5 rr month.
1st ST. N. W.. 1715 Two connecting rcoma
completely furnlehed for I. h. k.; gas range;
phone.
MASH. AVE. :f. W 0-Furnlihed rooms
for I, h. k.: northern exposure.
1142 FAIRMONT ST. N. W.. 2 newly papered
and furnished rront rooms ana bain: pri
vate family; uae of phone; gentlemen. M. Tt.
Unfumlahed.
E BT. N. E.. 2012 furnished rooma for rent
on 2nd floor with gaa. til per month. 1
th ST. N. W.. 1224-Two rooms, bath. heat,
gaa; entire floor; private: lit; alao two
separate floor, til.
Wanted.
WANTED Twtf or" three rooms' suitable for
bachelor: references exchanged: Capitol
Hill preferred. ROX 22. Times office. 1
ROOMS AND BOARD
10th BT. N. W.. 724 large front room snd
board; reasonable; alao one fonll&a month
CALIFORNIA ST. N. W... lUT-Dellghtful
summer locstlon: private Southern family:
between two car lines: couple or two young
men preferred: refa. North (HI. 1
TABLE BOARD
TUB SHEPHERD. 10th and E fiTS N. W.
ex. meals: btc., 21c; lunch.v2oe: W. week.
SPECIAL LUNCH-724 Uth at. N. W..
Southern cooking, nice home made dessert,
hot bread, cake and wsffles, ( tickets II: ex
cellent table board, 12.00 per week; quick sr
lce. '
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORKtNOMEN-Thla la the "get huay
atore" and our trade keeps us on the hus
tle, the Idle moments are few and far be
tween, and when cash la scarce, why not
buy a slightly used suit at IS and make It
do until your shlD cornea In: saves the rash;
one price. JUBTH'B OLD BTAND. Ill D. 1
Shoo Repairing.
House Repairing.
METAL CEILINGS .& 'MC
design:-eatl, It. W. Maca. 405 D ne. Lino T22W.
Window Shades.
OBT THEM QUICK!
LOWE3T PRIRKSJ
T.UTHER L. DERRICK; CO..
HI 16th at. N. W. Phone M. 1MI
WINDOW SHADES
Oood quality shades fitted to. your windows,
15c. Rest ens que, C0c. All hunc free hv one
who knows haw. J. O. PRIENKEriT, 1200 II
st ne. Phone Line. 412S.
Paints.
P.UFFALO A. L. O. PA1NTB
SOLD BY O. C. LANOLEY PAINT CO..
till M St. N TV. Phone West 7
Mattres3cs and Box Springs.
SPECIAL Hair and felt mattresses mads
over and renovated: all sites. It rmlv.
EAOLE REDDINQ CO., 1201 7th St. N. W.
in. .-N D21P. J
Windoir Cleaning.
ELLIOTT'S Worthwest Window Clesntng
Co. Housecleatilng. Poors waxed, polished,
shellacked, etc.! moderate prices. t00 U st.
N. W. Phoni North 5I. I
Soda Fountain Supplies,
THERE IS MONEY In soda water; we carry
over 25 fountains In stock; new and second
hand, which we will aell on liberal terms;
also evervthlng In supplies requlrod by dls
censers or soda, water. BOnOH KLRPS,
INC., 410 Ta. ave. N. W Phons Msln HO.
Fishing Tackle. Etc.
FISHINO TACKLE, base ball. nthtla snd
sporting goods; first class goods; reaeonar.lt
prices. JOHN J. MAXWELL. 204-Tth st. sw.
Full Dresa Suits For Illre.
FULL DRESS AND TUXEDO 8UIT8
FOR HIRE.
M. T. TIMES. 10M 7th St. N. W. Ph. M. Mil.
Carpet Cleaning.
CARPETS THOItO AND CAREFULLY
cleaned: ruga woen -from old carpeta. mat'
treaaaa renovated. Eatimaica Turn. ALiii-.m
KAHLERT CO. HI 8 Bt. S. TV. U. H.
Virginia.
I7-K. Warren Co. One msrrltd man, middle-aged
preferred, for general farm work.
Any K8., except German, Man with lim
ited knowledgt ef gaaoWnt Lnglnes pre
ferred. No objection to I child. Tr, adv.
from Washington and deducted. 124 TM,
HAL,. Work for wlft at cooking and laun
dry. u rf.- ,
V DOMESTICS.
District of Columl'
irr-UH. Washington. V. C. , Ont single
woman for general houaswork. Including
rooking and washing. Any good whltt ES.
IM PM. II U No Tr. Usual hours.
Washington. D. C. Ont single woman for
general houatnork. Any ES. fit I'M, I1AU
Virginia,-
IT-T1J7. Alexandria Co. Ohe elegit woman
(white) for general housework. 110 TM
and homt. usual .hears.
FOR SALE-HOUSES-
$25.00 MONTHLY!
(Including all Intereat and principal)
And a amall cash payment, makes you
the permanent OWNEn of en of the
meet delightful and complttt ?) 07C
little homee In tht 8. E. Price, f&fllO
Ideally located ntar Lincoln Park.
I largt reoma, tilt bath, cellar under
entire houae, front and back porches,
'ticellent conatructlon, ttc. Sample
houae, 1122 D at. 8. E. Open dally and
Sunday until p. m. We want all who
art renting to come out and aee these
homes cither for Investment or home.
How to get there Take Capital Traction
cara to Hth at. H. E walk 1 aquaras
north I or Lincoln Park cara to Hth,
and walk south I squares. Representa
tive on premises.
CORNEn near Iowa Circle; rooms and
bath: suitable for doctor: 15.0C0; reduced
from 17.000. BOX 231. Times office.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Unfurnished.
THE F. H. SMITH
. COMPANY
815 Fifteenth Street
TELEPHONE MAIN (444.
1714 ll'h.st., rooms and bath. In good
rooming section M0.U
222 N st. nw., lOr. and 2b. JS.tO
20J7 1st at. nw., corner house, 7r. and b. K.UI
1S2S 2nd St. nw.. (r. and bi tn.Ol
"02 Qulncy st. nw.. Ir.b. h.w.b tO.U
2 n st. ne , newly papered nd paint
ed, 7r. and b M.00
T(S Oresham pi 4r. and b 22. M
429 q. at. nw.. r. and b 2S.10
2Si4 10th st. nw., corner house, fr. and b. 27 CO
Keys Sent on Request.
Send for List of Desirable Apts.
212 V BT. N. W. Colored: rooms: newly pa
pered and painted: fU.00. TV M. GOOD
ACRE. UU University place N..W.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnlthcd.
Hth BT. N. W.. 727-Two four-room flats,
bath: one bachelor apartment.
1212 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.-8jcond floor,
one room and hath
NEW YOnK AVE.. 1212-One loom and
. bath. i
APARTMENT. ( rooms and bath, hot-water
heat, all plumbing, clean and freeh. In
Alexandria, one block ta cara for Washing.
ton; rent 122 (0. OLAYMAKER'S CORP.. (12
King St.. Alexandria, Vs.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
COME OUT TODAY
Greater Capitol Heights
LOTS $20 TO $100.
$1 Cash. $1 Month.
5c car fare.-
TAKE H ST.- CAR TO (1ST ST. N. 15.
AGENTS AT OFFICE. (13T AND CARS.
COME OUT SUNDAY.
O. B. ZANTZINGER.
OffirpQ' uin ft,M' m N- T- Are.
IjfOW TO BE TdUR OWN LANDLORD
-on tiK'casn and Jit month, at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop
postal, tslephene, or call on WM. If.
hlTCHITg.- 411-411 Colo, bldg. Tel. M. 1045.
For Ifeat.
TWO" DESIRARLE COTTAGES near the
station; good water, shade: dnn place for
poultry. Addresa M. R. PAYNE. Darcrort.
Alexandria County. Va. !
FOR SALE FARMS
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE
J4-ACRE OR !2-ACRE
FRUIT AND CHICKEN TARMB.
RIOHT 'AT THE CARS.
ONLY ON.E CAR FARE.
Only a few of t'.iese miniature ,'arma to be
aofd. An opportunity seldom found on one
car-fare limit and eaay terms.
ASK MR. FOWLER,
101 F ST. N. TV.
FOR RENT STORES
MODERN corner stores; centrnl locations
for barbers, druggists, dry goods, ureters,
hard ere. milliners, tailors; low rents.
PlIILLtrS CO.. UO John Marshall place.
to 10:30 a. m.. I to 4:20 p. m.
FOR RENT GARAGE
221 D BT. N. W. New brick Karaite, rooms
tor cars: entrance on 3rd St.. Hi per mo.
FOR EXCHANGE
14th BT. I1USINESB PROPERTY, west side,
ncsr U st. Price. 14,000- trade for lots or
house, city or suburban. l)OX 2, Times of.
flee. j
AUTOMOBILES
For Sale.
FOR SALE An electric flve.pssiener coupe;
In good order; new batterlea and tires;
very ressonable terms. Apply Itl The West
morelsnd Aparts., or phone N. M15.
For Hire.
enpn AUTOS: FOR HIRE. II PER
rUKUAUlUa HOUR. Special rates
by day or week. Line. 1711. 1
FOR HIRE-Phone North I7S0, night or day,
Ford car. reasonable.
MAIN 7151 Day or Night.
12 blocks or less, 10c; city proper,- TSot
minus 1 mile. Mo: each additional mile. 2Sc
Auto Painting.
Pbane Main 1272, estimates furnished. T,
PERKINS, carriage, automobile, wagon
ralntlng: special prlcea on all Ford cars.
Itr 1'si ave. N. W.. Washington. D. a
HORSES AND VEHICLE
HORSES and wagon; fine condition: sultalle
for any kind of delivery, Call after 4:30
p. in. 211 Q at. N W.
ONE DOUBLE TEAM also a pony.
apd Nswcut roads N. W
Koihall
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR COMi'ANV,
Refrigerators that aro uncquiled
111 F ST. N. W.
Ws Build and Repair Ratrigerattra.
MARRIAGES
ItlPaWAT-CnAWrOflD-On Saturday. April
27, 11, at noon, at Ilrlck Preabyterian
Church, Net York city, J. CABTI.K rtltXl.
WAY to JEAN HUNTKn CttAWFOrtD.
DEATHS
CI.ATIK-On April ZS, Die. at 11:50 a. m at
Htapleton, Staten Island, N. Y Captain
CHARLES A. CI.AllK.
Funeral In nuftalo, N, Y.
LEE On Monday, April 21, 1U. at llU p.
m at hta realdence. The Carlisle Apart
ments, JEHBE W.. beloved husbnnd of
Laura It. Irfe, aged eighty-three years.
Funeral from Bt. Stephen's Church, Hth
and Columbia road, Wednesday at 3 p. m.
TOWNSEND-On Monday. April 24, 11.
CI.AIHi: ntaKE, Iteloved wire of Clinton
Paul Townaend, at her residence, The
FSrnaboro.
Funeral from St. Paul's Church, Rock
Creek Cemetery, on Wednesday, April 24,
at J p. m. Interment In Itock Creek Ceme
tery. IN MEMORIAM
(Notlcea for thla column are accepted at M I
tents flat, either prose or poetry. In cast no- '
nee dots not exceeu ten lines. Ana iv cents
for each line In exceaa of ten).
UNDERTAKERS
Embalmers. Funeral Director.
J. WILLIAM LEE.
UNDERTAKER LIVERY.
13 Pa Ave. Jt. Wv
Ttltchene M IMS. WABHINOTOV.. D. O.
JOHN WRIGHT CO..
IMT Vftgsa f4. W. W ffortfc T.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS.
ftfCM HI We. if. w. XVmt M.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
1241 tTlHconaln Avew West KM.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO..
1014 MassarhwseftK Ave. tnln M2fc
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT,
S004 Pn. Arc, Wttt 101 1SS.
ULRICH & BLRDETTE,
lfn Wisconsin Ate. Wrui PS.
S. H. HINES ft SON, IN&
iti. i4tk s. xorih inm.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS.-
tS2.1 14th St. rVrrfh Ml.
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
tOOT-gntl Mrliola At. S. K. f.lne. I2W.
GEORGE W. WISE.
2M0 t St. WrM l.tS).
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
11B n I. IT. K. f.lnc. 34M.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
TTtO lllli nt. n. B. I.lnr 1R3.
HERBERT B. NEVIUS.
m Nrrr York Ave. Main 587.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
48H n Bt. N. E. tine. (124.
GEO.P.ZURHORST'S SONS. Inc
Ml Knst Capitol St. I.lne. 373.
W. R. SPEARE,
40 F St. Main 428T i
I2S1.
P. A. TALTAVUI.L,
44.1 Tth St. . W. Main 1T.
THOMAS M. HINDLE,
Stsi and II S(s. N. W. Mnln I53T.
O, B. JENKINS,
4I3 n St. Ff. W. Main 484M.
THOMAS S. SERGECN,
1011 7lh SI. N. TV. Mnlst 10M.
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
f sysry description moderau prices.
OUDE.
1214 r 8L N. XV.
VITAL RECORDS.
Births.
Samuel O. and Gertrude M. White, bov.
Percy C. and Ruth O. Illaton. girl.
Clarence L. and Ethel A. IJnr. girl.
Henry A. and Katherlne Herbert, girl.
James and Annie C. Granger, boy
Hernard and Nellie Eslln, boy.
John II. and lllanche K. Embrey, boy.
Deaths.
Virginia P. Welrlck. M yrs.. The Blrkshlro
s;ts. 4
John E. Itlggs. SO yra.. Wash. Asy. Hos.
Arthur O Vnrela. 29 rs Gov. Hos, Ins.
moiiiai it, oevine, si yrs., nil s. C. ave.
Marie J Miller. 15 jrs.. Georgetown Hos
Jacob llruck. 6i rs, 27 F at. nw.
Kmellne (1, Kngllsh, fcs re., 701 A st. ae.
Mary 1- Ijine, t moa 2300 K st. nw.
Alice 11. Mngruder, 12 yrs.. SOi Jnl 3L se.
lllanche Hill, so yrs.. 217 U st. sw.
Moses Wood. 61 yrs., 412 Ncal place nw.
Charlotte Lumhkln;. 45 yra.. Wash. .Vsy. Hos
I.els Rlilgeley, 47 rs Freediiien's Hos.
Susan Watson. 29 yrs., 2342 9th it. nw.
Ellsworth Ellis, II inns, rroedmen's Hos.
Wm. Carter. 40 yrs.. Freehnen's Hos.
Marlon Jackson. 9 nios., 912 G st. sw.
John Doe. U, mln. Nat. Homeo. Hos.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR BALE-
HALL RACK
Golden oak, large and handsome, 128.50, cost
about 155. Easy terms or discount for cash.
Bave money. Iluy at
HOPWOOD'S, 8th & K.
REMOVAL BALE 25 per cent discount cm
all Rods, Springe. Mattresses, Dressers
snd Chiffoniers. JOHNSON'S, 1212 II st. N.
E. (New goods only).
FOR SALE
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
113.50. ilrophend; goldii onk; weekly pay
ments or discounts for cash. Sao money.
TkOPWOODS, 8th & K.
for SALE
FURNITURE New and slightly Used. Easy terms or dis
count for cash. Save money. Ituy at
HOPWOOD'S, 8th & K.
FOR BALE
DINING ROOM SUIT
Very fine; full quartered oak chlnn closet,
extension table, buffet, serving table, ict of
rlmlrs, 1110, cost about 1240. Easy lrm If
desired or discount for cash. Have inon!y.
""HOPWOOD'S, 8th & K.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
CASH prices paid for worn clothing; either
isdles' or men's; send postal; will call. D.
TARSI 1ES. 1203 7th nw. Phone North 439.
WANTED Furniture, planoa, i arrets, eta.
Phone M. 1212 for vsgon, or have us call,
"WESCHLER'B." 920 Pa. ave. N. TV. 1
WANTED Furniture for cash. Bell your
goods to the man who gives the mest
money. See HOPWOOD. Ith and K. I
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate: lowest
rates: prior payment prlMlarcs;i isrgs
fi
amnunta. txlkh & ltuniKUKUHl). H7 lit
MONEY TO LOAN-1250 to 1500,000 on D. C.
real estate. Beveral trust funds, 4U to I
per cent. All tranaactlona conducted wfts
tconomlcal consideration lor borrowers.
WM. II. 8AUNDERS & CO..
(outhem llulldlng. M7 Uth st. N W.
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS AT
5 and I per cent; 1200 to 15.000; on residence,
apartment, or business property; straight
note or monthly payments: can Im arranged
In threo days. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO.,
1413 O N. TV. I
RUG WEAVING
OUR woven ruga are guaranteed k yeara;
carpeta cleaned and scoured. OLD LAU
REL ECLIPSE. 109-211 Uth SU S. W. M. 3.14-J
Special Notiices
Modern Dentistry All Branches.
PAINLESS METHODS IIEASONAULE
PRICES. WORK OUAnANTEED. NO
CHARUE FOR ADVICE. SPECIALISTS IN
TREATMENT OF RIOUS DISEASE.
U. S. Dental . Association.
401 Tth ST. N. W.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
ti
OFFICE of the Lanston Monotype Machlnf
Company, Pblkidelphla, April firth, 131.
The annual meeting of the stockholder W
the LANBTON MONOTYPE MACHINE COM
PANY will be held at tht Elka Home, cornet
Prince and Royal streets, Alexandria, Va., al
twelve o'clock noon, on Thursday, the 4Ul
day of May. mi, for the purpose of electing
a noard of directors to pjrve for the ensuing
year and transacting such other business SI
my properly come before It. Transfer book,
will be closed on April 24. at 4 o'clock P. st
and will be reopened on May , at 10 o'cloesj
a. m.. ny order of the Board of Directors,
1 W. ARTHUR BELLMAN. Secretary., .
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OH
OENERAL BUPPLY COMMITTEE, Was.
";""'. " . -., April, ii, ii, police la nereny
fiv'.n lh' ,ne date.ot opening proposals fi
K.u' and Ice, Class 14, .for use by the Ex
Utlve Denartmenta anA Ath.F nnianim.n,
tabllahmenta In Wsshlngton during the flscM
year ending June 20. 1117, has been advanced
from two o'clock p. m., Thursday, April 24),
l'ls. to the same hour on Monday, May .
11. All parties Interested will tako notice
and be governed accordingly. B. It. NEW.
TON. ACT1NO BECRETAnY OF TUB
TREASURY. 1
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of"
tne imsweii Chemical Co. vrlll ocour
;o. vrlll ocour oim
: p. m., at tn j
AltTZELL. Beet, i
ALS J
jinursay, May ,tn, at III
fifteenth street northwest.
tSlgned) L. A. SWATtTZELL,
PROPOSALS
UNITED STATES ENOINEER OFTICB,
CB,
a?,!
and-l
..win w ovuiiieri, ,ui,ains. wmsningwn.
u. u. oeaiea proposals ror furnishing
Placing rlnran on tno seawall founlatlnn.
for furnishing and dellverlnr bulldlnr atone.
Anacoatta River. D. C. will be reoelred hers
until 12 m May U, 1(. and then opened.
Further Information on application.
3
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PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. CI
Studio, 1318 14th St. N. W.
CONSULT THIS OIKTED LADY AND nB
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Without asking a question she will tell you
tho object of our call, giving names ot
friends, rlatles, and actual facts concern
ing your life and circumstances, which you
know to be nbaolutely true. THE MADAMS
WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY FEF1
UNLESS BIIE OIVES THE UTMOST BAT.
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i"
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p m. Sunday. 4 to . (12 7th St. N. TV.
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CLAIRVOYANT. IMPRESSIONAL CARD
READER. PALMIST. 20 years experience.
mostly In Washlnaton. Without a uueatloii
TELLR OfUECT CALU YOUR NAME.
NAMES OF FRIENDS. ENEMIES. Advice on
liueiness, ive, courtsnin, Marriage. Divorce.
Past. Present. Future. Hpeclnl Heading, II.
Mora exact Information, better advice than
you have ever had. Separated ."eunlted.
HOURS 7nS flth ST N W ' TO
11 A. M.
P. L
THONE MAIN M20
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THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN
TALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
' Can be consulted on all affairs. 12UA WnW
ter place B. E. Hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.:
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tal Bclentlst; ran be seen at her old addreea. r
UO 11 at. N. W.. 2d floor. Phone M. 21. "
MlSS LaPOintS rr'ces Mo untll'May.
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Hcunttes tho separated. N. 1456-J. IKS ?th nw.
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- MRS. R. LUSBY,
Tarot and Foreign Cards; East India Crystal."
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Clairvoyants are born, not msde. Msdamu
Jean haa been one alnce childhood, acknowl. '
edged by preaa and publlo to be the greateapl
clairvoyant In the world, can positively rn
unite tne aeparated. Get a reading from this
remarkable woman. Will tell you names,
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736 8th St. N. W. New Address..,
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ic Csrd Iteader. Reliable advice on business
snd love affairs. Located 17 yrs. tot 5th nw.
SPIRITUALISM
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Hours a. m to 7 p. m. 506 F st. N. E ly
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, SS
Readings dally; aeancea Tuea. & Thure. eves.;
Frl.7 2 p.m. Ph. Uno. lOll. IU N. J. ave. S.B.
MRS. H.M. -NOLAN gggSU1
Readings dally; spiritual services Suniay snde
Thursday evenings. 1122 H st, N. E. ,.
MRQ ROTH nadlnB "a". Seancei,
lYlIVO. IWJ 1 O Tues. and Thursj eve.,
1030 Ith st. N. W. Above Library.
PERSONALS
A M.V ni I TC MANICURINO, SCALP"
AMY CLl.lO TREATMENT.
71H 11th st. N. W. Phone f. 7511. '
MISS JAMERON Jirt1w:Vo .fKo
to I p. ro. U12 N. Y. ave. N. W., sec. floor, d
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MICC TYRI I Q Manicuring and ScalrSt
Mlbb WtLLO Treatment. Hours to
4 922 O st. N. W. Apart. 2. 2rd floor.
MME. DEIXDRES RORINRON, mssseuse:
rheumatism, poor circulation, nervousness;
electropathlc trestment: appointment: dally,
Sundnv. Main 2K2.J. 45,1 8th st. S. TV.
Mnrildfl Williams Manicuring, Hair
maruaa wiuiains, nrelnfi ,caln trt.
ment. 708 Hth nw. Apt, 21. Ph. M. M40.
MRS MAE COHAN Massage and elee, treat
ments: facial, acaln treat., manicuring; rea.-j
Identlal; open Bun. Ph. M 1S83-J. 212 Ksnola.
M ICC rAIM Manicuring and Scalp Treat. j
IHloo tirNm,nt. 7 7th st. N. W.
Apart. 1. Phone Main 7425. ,
LOUISE MAIER,Nn,TVena,ir?n,
chiropody, halrdresslng all branches taught.
Open Sun. 20S Kenola Dldg., Hth A Q. M.II2I .,
MRS. ORAL. FIELD gfiVJIK
ment; face and scalp. Ill II nw 2nd floor.
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DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 Seventeenth Street
Over SO YrnrV Sucte'ssful Practlc- in ",
LlVCr OV I cars Cure of Qironlc. Nervou
and special Diseases of Men and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer;
from Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism. Constl
ration. Piles. Throat, Lungs, llrain. Heart,
lllood and Skin Diseases, Neivous Dtbtllty,
Kidney Diseases, Bladder Troubles. Special
lllood Poisoning, Eruptions. Ulcers and All
Private Dlscsses Cured for Life by Bafa
Melhbds.
IM. Bacteria vscctnes and all the new st
rums and sntl-toxlns administered. j
CHarges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room For Ladies,
Office Hours. 10 U L I ta I. Sunday. 12 ta U.
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