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THE WASHINGTON TIMES' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER -3. ioiG.'
18 nrr' V HOTELS HOTEL PURITM CbmmonwcnIIhAvtt.oo3on The Distinctive Boston House ' Th Puritan Is one of flit most homellKe hotels tn the vend. T.CoskBo-Kr. Send for our Utile Book Tlilrry Motor Rots from rjoator, EDUCATIONAL OtnTAIl taught In 20 lessons; simple metbort; easy; reaennihle charges: beet of referenc. TM 8th it. N. W. Teacher of Guitar. .VOCAL INSTRUCTOR-ttallan method. Studio, 1401 II Ht. Appnlntnienle on Wed.. Co). 660i Ilaa been recently engaged to Sins at wash. Heights church. Aa Werner. . -r 1 MISS MARION It. MAT, Pi-ino Instruction, graduate of Peabody Conservatory, pupil of I'rof. Arthur Ncwetcad, formerly of Hoyal Conservatory. London. 1C25 15th it. N. W th. N. 7I97-3V. 1 1417 G St. N. W. Stenography, Type rltlnH. EnvUs. Civil Service Phone) Main 3238. WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF CHIROPRACTIC Cleir.es now forming;. Private treatment tlven for Chronic ami Acuta Diseases. Con ullatlon and Examination free. J. Shelby Riley, D. D., Dean; Rosalie M. Simpson, D. C Becretary. lilt F at. N. W. Phone Main 1999. Office Hours, 9 tn- ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE- Accountanc) (C. P. A. and Business) Day or Evening, Frnparutdry -(College or Army anil Navy) Shorthand, $3.30 1110 Bookkeeping. II CO. Preplratorv . $7.W) Drafting, $3-r'panlh, $3.M. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Business r.nglirh. Public Speaking, Memory Training. Jrcc nulletln. T. XV. Walton. M. A.-Y M C, A. -1738 O n, ART SCHOOL JUT HTIt ST.. NHAIl COLUMBIA ROAD. MISS S. V. KELLY. PRINCIPAL. SINGING, ELOCUTION. MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES. 143 ltth at. N. E. Phone Line. 1739. Tues. and Frl 231113th st. N. W. EXCURSIONS. FLORIDA "BY SEA." BALTIMORE TO JACKSONVILLE (Calllnic at Snvnnnnh) IlKLKJIITKUL SAIL tine Steamers. Low Fares. Best Service. Meats and Ilerth included. Plan Your Trip to Include "He finest Coaslwise Tripsin the World" Illustrated Booklet on Request. B. ft O. R. R. offlcesand 617 II th at. N. W, Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., W. P. TURNFR. O. P. A.. Balto.. Md. OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS SOUTH NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA IJnlljr from 7th Street Wharf, Oi43 p . City Ticket Office, 731 ICth St. N. XV. NORFOLK AND WASHINQTON STEAMBOAT CO. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE' FIREPROOF STORAGE In Separate Locked Rooms, 12.00 Month Up. Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. .Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W. CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'S, IX Pa, ave. N. W. Phone Main 13J3. "SAFETY FIRST." ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAQB. UNITED STATES BTORAOK CO.. Rooms. $2.00 end up. Moving. Packing. Fhone Main 4229. 418-420 10th St. nw. Free moving; for ator nxe. N. 5:ii:t or N, n.144. SMITII'rl TltANSKISIl A HTOUAU1S CO.. UVJ S. Mglit Ph. N. UPI)2. MOVING PADDED VANS FURNISHED Fhone M. 21110-2011. KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1228 H. Street N. XV. BTORAOE PACKING AND SIIIPPINQ. SEE ME for best prices and satisfactory ser- vice. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND SXPRESS. 1739 7th st. N. XV. 1 LOST AND FOUND ROLL OF TYPEWRITTEN PU'EHS with name Alnnzo I Jonen at beml and "Mr. Jones" on wrapper lost evening. Nov 1, at New York nvo and llth nl. Finder pleae lominunlrato with phono Col, 3V, or leave nt WASHINGTON PRINTING CO.. 730 13th vt N.W l IIANDUAG Tan leather; letter 11 In rlrrle alenclled In blatk on each end. Reward 601 Wllkins mug WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PEN with gold bind with name Pauline on It: lost on Irving between lltlnand llth or on llth M. near Irving, l'lenre return to 1509 Irving at. nw. , 1 EITHER on the 14th St. car on or"iiealr V at. nw., Monday aftnrnooti about 4 '30, pair of gold. rimmed spectacles In black case. N. 721J HELP WANTED MALE BARBERS Two flrsl-clnss, at once; $13 guar anteed, $i .sittuniiiMi. Appiv ruKD nr. GItAOIA. 7M 9lh St. N. XV. RARIIERS-Twollrst-clHss. nt olico. $13 guar anteed, $1 KntiiKlnSs. Apply ALFRED DE GRAGIA, 1133 II st. N E. sfts' TfKPSi) 4& jtf&VjfZ . .TlrA 2ESaT "'S'MATTER, POIl"--Unless Pop Is a Superman Willie Has the Advantage of Him, Too! (aUvt wdAT'sYjT VVlLLi6A'Y tJeTtIeeI fvlLLiAM ,TELL im1 tb. TlAcK oVj . . V V ! lT40MaTHiN6 ICAMT J InaIA.T ITIS.SOE. 17. NECK J UrA ) TRoimi-E. r Wte An' 4E VvonT ( .. iCAN iE T too J r-J L ! - v, ". s- WEUL ME.VWAT'IT J. v, v -J - , 1 Uj '--XT- . IlJ-il-J ' ' "' . S ' ' ' -,.. . I ,w , V . I , ..,.,, I - i ill i HELP WANTSD-MALE ROYS Two. to deliver orders on bicycles! vehecla furnlslied. Apply Monday morning, E. T. GOODMAN, Arcade Market? ROY White, to run errands and learn en graving. Apply Room 3, Warder bldg. 1 ROY to work In grocery store. KEYHER'B MARKET. CS01 Qeorgla ave.. Brlghtwood. BUSHELMAN-Good on coats; steartywork: good wages. Apply aillVi Hth st. N. W. 1 CHAUFFEUR to run1 Kelly truck. Apply M. R. RADY, 26th and llennlng road N. L. . COAT MAKEH-Flrst class. toliusheljwages 118 per week. Apply BERNARD J. FOLL1, goo-sct i.vans mug, DRIVERS for freight and heavy hauling. Apply to MR. 1IAYI.IBS, MERCHANTS' TRANSFER STORAGE CO., stables, 2nd and B sts. N. XV. , 1 FISHER'S EMPLOYMENT AOE.NCT, 611 ICTH BT. N. W. Positions of. All Kinds. L INb GENT'S FURNISHING SALESMEN Apply after p. tn., MAX DAVID, 709 7th St. N. V- , HELPER Pipe filter's; experienced; one that understands pipe threading machine, or who la quirk to lenru. Apply after 6:30 p. nt. tod.y. 4)7i Mais. nvo. N. XV. ' LADIES' TAII.ORS Two. Apply at once. 112.1 Hth at. N. XV. LADIES' TAILOH-Alto bushelman. St. N, W. 1218 a MAN Colored, to 1I0 all lilmls nt work around hotel. Apply LOGAN HOTEL, Iowa Circle. MEN Active" while, "clean" windows, help otmv work, 12 day. Apply today, I!I- LIOTT, 1100 U at. N.W. 1 MEN White or rolored." to OrlveTteams'. II.C0 a day; prefer middle-ago or older men; rpme ready to go to work. FULTON R. GORDON STABLE, near Rroad Branch rd. and McKIn ley St., Chevy Chase, D. C. MEN to learn bqrber trade; day, night or spare time: wages after 4 wka.; best trade; easy terms. Wash. Darber College. 10M Ta. ay. PIN BKTTERK-GAod. will pay good wages. SHERMAN HOWLING ALLEYS, 1321 II nw. J PLUMBERS and plumbers helpers. W. O. CORNELL CO., 923 12th St. N. W. SOLICITORS 'Ten wanted at once: must be hustlers; salary and commis sion; steady position. Klein's Rapid Shoe Repair Co., 736 14th St. N. W. SHOE SALESMEN -Extra for Saturdays. "HIRSH'S SHOE STORES, 102ff-28 lh at. SHOE SALESMEN Experienced; permanent positions. HIRSH'S SHOE STORES, 102-21 7th st. TINNER wanted. Apply at once, (07 K st, N. XV. TINNER KIrat-clasa. D. J. MURl'HY.102 4 Connecticut ae TRUL'ICERS While warehouse; steady em" plonnent; chance for advancement; refer ence required. Apply E. II. GOODRICH, ADAMS EXPRESS C6.. 2nd and 1 sts. N. E, WAITERS Two. M7 91h st. N. XV. WAITER for country hotel, 20 per month, iuviii uiiii ftuaru. yft,Lny r .i...i a ..v.- TEL. -Marlboro. Md, Phone Marlboro 31. YOt'NG MAN for orflra work In shipping de partment. Apply HUB FURNITURE DE- PARTMENT. 7th and D N. W. 1 YOt'NG MAN to attend soda fountain SOUTHERN PHARMACY, 1427 II N. W. HELP WANTED FEMALE GIRLS Two, experienced In dry goods store. for Friday's only; relerencea required. 1522 7th st. OIRLS To assort waste paper. .Apply 1109 II St. N. XV. I 2 . HEAD WAITRESS for hotel, to go South. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, Klh and Pa. ave. N. XV. LEARN to earn: manicuring taught, Ji. Miff. ROR HBAl'TY SCHOOL. 921 F at. N. XV. PERMANENT positions for bright oung women, between 18 and 21 years of age, height B ft, 4 In., Sth grade education, to learn telephone operating. Apply between a. in. and r. p. m. dally nnd from 7 p. m. to 8 30 p. ni Friday, November 3. 1916. Apply C. P. TELEPHONE. CO.. 722 12th at. N. W. Room 32. . WOMAN Colored, for cleaning and all around work. Apply JIUTEI.AHJAW. jowr i ircie. YOUNG LADY to take orders from house to houso for coffee; state age. etc.; salsry $9 per week. BOX 358, Times office. Male and Female. VIOLIN LESSONS-At your home by expert, enccd teacher; Instrument furnished If de sired. BOX 21. Times otnee. j SITUATIONS WANTED Male. YOUNG colored man desires position as kitchen man: vxiierlenced W. BVR NETTE, Box 3.15. Times office. Female. SEWING In families by day or week; experl enced BOX 3)7, Times office. 1 "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS" STOP' LOOKl LISTEN' -We pay the highest cash prices lor WASTE PAPER and other Junk that you have. Best prices paid for OLD AUTOMOBILES Phone or send card before going eleewhere and we will call nnd pay for samo on premises. Two places for your convenience. AMER. JUNK CO.. FRED C. BUTT. Mgr C-8 N at. N. E. tl'h. Line. 3310). 8J2-&4 Pa. ave. S. E. (Ph. Unr. 387.) WANTED! To buy Rt the highest lusslble prices, all kinds of old automobiles and parts. Our prices nre honest and dealings fair. We also buy all kinds of metals, rubber, bottles, rags and Iron. Seo us before going elsewhere. Phone or send postal card. OHIO METAL CO., 417 3d st. S. W, Phone M. 78S3. LOOK Furniture bought, sold and ex. changed. Drop noslnt. FUR NITURE EXCHANQE, 723-727 T st. N. W. WANTED furniture, carpeta and tove of all kinds. We pay the price. 'Drop postal or ph. M. 2018. W1E3EN II ERG'S. 641 L-i. ave. CASH prices paid for worn clothing; either ladles' or men's: send postal: will call. B. TARSHE3. 1108 7th at. nw.; Phone North 199. WANTED Furniture for cash. "Sell your goods to the man who glvea the moat money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. 1 LWniiaB5 FU RN ITU RE SHAPIRO. 612 La. nve. nw. Phone M. 4021-J. WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpeta, etc. I'none si, 1282 lor wagon, or nave us can. I "WESCIII.ER'S," 920 Pa. ave. N.W. X 1 WE PAYsp"ot cash" for ail "kinds of furnltureT ' stoves and carpets. Col. Bargain House, 1 1. FELKES, 619 La. ave. N. W. M. 4139. FOR RENT-ROOIS Furntshcd. , IDEAL APART. CO., J909 PA. AVE.-Large room next bath! electricity, steam; suitable for 2 gems; also 2-rooni aparts. for nous- keeping. I'lumn M . 7117. PARK ROAD; 1352 Several well heated rooms; bath; I, li. k.; reasonable; Sunday all day. ' ETB BT.N."w., 916-Nlcely"furnl8hctl rooms. hot water heat; very reasonable. 1' EYE ST. N. w", HOO-Scvefarrooms; 1 small"; ,ue of phone. I I. ST. N. W.. 802-Nlrely furnished' front rooms; beautiful location; i! up. 1 M 8fT., 1227 To gentlemen, large hill room; steam radlOlor: largo closet. f 1 .. .... ... .,, Kt-iwD large ironi lurmsurti rooms, I. h. k.; heat and gas; 113 per month; also two $12.50. ! f HT A? Tt ... w . .-l-j. .'.. ... ?., o.i two surnisiictl rouiim lur hotwekeeplng; hall room, tl.gl per week. iu m, n. vt iii furnisnea rooms lor light housekeeping. - 1 lll ST. N. W 410 omaii, large cheerful rooms from U.tO Week upward; central location, V K. ST, N. W' 307 Front room and back room aecond floor; neatly furnished; heat and gas; reasonable. Call after g p. m. ! Kill BT W 1 114 .. . -, k.-,-,.. T i Kit ciemi uriKnt rwmi; .. ". n,, ,,,-at, run, aifr, iinx in niicnn, top floor; $12 month. ! 7th ST. N. W 1009-Two hall rooms; li. w. n. . ti.im wren; one room. I. n, K. PACIFIC HOTEL, RCJ llth St. N. W.-Mod. mis, uy uy. wi: or mo.; srwe. rts. to perm. th HT. N. W.. K4-Frout room, suitable for two gentlemen, wllh board. ! 8th ST. N. W 72.1 Comfortable, warm rooms. i aim ii. per monin; week li oesireu; dusi ness section; gentlemen: Hoard optional. LINCOLN HOTEL, 10th andrHN. W.-Spe-clal rates on rooms; modern conveniences. 1 Unfurnished. BASEMENT, M3 8th st. N. W two large rooms suitable for caterer or IMng pur poses; li. w. h. Furnlchcd or UnfurnisLcd. 8th ST. N XV. M3-rour rooms, first floor, slnglr or en suite, front and back ynnl; conveniences. ROOMS AND'BOARD L ST. N W., 509-Nicely furnished rooms with board, Phon North 2278 A ST. S? e7, 417-Ilirge southeast corner room next to bath; 2J floor; h. w. h.i good board; home cooking: home privileges. Line. 3038-J. ' 1 I ST. N. XV.. 707 Attractive romf. with board; first-class In every rsipect 1 TABLE BOARD N ST. N. XV., 937 Flrsfclnss table board, reasonable prices, home cooking, family sewing. 1 BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORKINOMEN-There Is a big demand In this store for best grade of workman'hlp and quality of material, and we provide It In lightly used oven-cats, you never see finer, there' none made, we sell big valuee 4 to 810. JUHTH'H OLD STAND, CIS D Window Slindcs. Good quality opaque. Best quality ell fitter to yosr A ejpaque; hung Am window HJLtree UUL We call with samples. Ph. Line. tn. KLEEBLAT T ' SS mtf Vacuum Cleaners. LET us estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning and floor polishing, vacuu.u cleaners for sale and rent, all tiopular makes HANI- TARY METHODS CO , 1102 lllh. N. S1I0. 1 .... VACUUM CLEANING. $.-. PER DAY. vltn expert operator: band rTr electric cleaner- for rent. $l.Mi ami up per day. NATL VACUUM HALES CO., MAIN lli.1. 8th AND D STS. N. XV. MattrcBsca nd Box Springs. HAVE TOUR MATTRESSES made over like new. All sizes $1.10. Drop postal. EAGLE REDDING CO., 1309 7th st. N XV. Pli. N. 210. Plumber. HONEST WORK -HONEST PRICES. Competent workmen Prompt service. m 13 st. N. V. Phone M 1830. Carpet CI en ni up;. CARrETS THORO AND CAREFULLY cleaned; tugs woven from old carpets, mat. tresses renovated. Estlmatea furn. ALBERT 1CAHLERT oc CO.. K B it. 8. W. M 2038. Lace Curtain Laundry. RELIABLE CLEANING AND REPAIRING by hand; reasonable; refs.: 10 yrs exp. WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED" MRS. C. II. BAUER. 1318 E ne. I'll Unc 2217. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WALLPAPER paperhaiiglug. plciure and picture framing establishment for sale, big nargaiu 10 quirx uuer. Appt Gil 11 ,N. K. 1 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS HOME OWNKIIH Special offer on roof paint. $1 gal. Floor oil, 33c gnt or 3 gals., $1 de livered Call N. 4901. NAT. HARDWARE CO., 1420 7th st. N. W. FOR SALE 1918 Ford: excel'ent condition; cheap for cash. BOX 3JI, Times office. ONE 40 SIZE astrakhan collar overcoat; all wool black kersey cloth, silk satin quilled lined. Special. $20.50. FREIDLANDKR BRO 428 9th St. N. XV. TWIN-CYLINDER De Luxe motorcycle; Al condition. rhap. Phone Engine Co. No. V. CALL M 6031 and order 1 gal. floor oil Sip or . 6 gals., :oc per gal.. In use r .. ENTER 1 tnihit. uinmi'iiM' rr ,.- ai. , - .i CfvriCHASE automobile robes; get my pi Ices """and save mone. Wlllail KtoruKc, 400 llth si. nw.. opposite Dlstilct Bldg DOUBLE WAX FI.OOR OIL V- g.il.; celar floor oil $1 gal.: sold only at 401 Mass. ave. N. W. Ph.Jd. 8777. ! ELEVATOR-Eleclrlu; high grade; full magi netlc control; elec. brake; guaranteed; 220 volts d. c); cheap, J. Collins K Co.. 487 C st. UNIFORM-Offlcer's, High School Cudets; line condition; will fit tall man. 1002 Fair- mont St.. phone Col, 831-W. A LARGE well-bred Welsh pony, rukber-tlre buggy, surrey; a good delivery wagon. 110 K st. N. W. " FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR 8ALE-Or will trade for good two-passenger Hlltn, lots Nuh, 47 anil IS In Snaldlnr Heights, a puburb to Washington, D. C lita 20iU0, well located. Address jilt Inquiries to ' I'. O. Box 630, Fairmont, XV. Va; PERSONAL MME. JEFFRIES, .Masseuse and-Nurse, BxMrt and Bclentlflo Body Maeaagt. B. W. Corner 17th ard ft N. W. Phone North 309S. I treat and relieve the following ' ... ailments: , . nheumatlgm, nheumatla -Oout, Lum- liKo, stiff Joints, netleanei. "VI vnun irotlDiea, uoniupsuuui '!r. Muaclea.' Poor Clrctilntlpn, Tired. All in Keollna;; alto Tlred Feet, Sanitary rout rooms after treatment. Home and hotel by appointment. Con sultation ttnd licensed offices. No ap pointments inado and no consultations after 8 p. m. KNTHANCE 17M KTH ST. ' Private waiting; rooms for Indies. DRESSMAKING MADE EASY. Dressmaking, Designing, and Tailoring. All Instructions are practicable and Individ ual, You can bring jour own materials and pinko any style of frock which ou may se lect. Including tailor-made afternoon or i veiling dress, etc. If you enioll before October 20 you have the benefit of this seclal reduced price of , $10.00 Baughman Dressmaking College, 811 llth si. N W. Phone Main 7829. 1 MASSAGE-8clentinc massage, face, scalp; eradication of wrinkles, blemishes; trial treatment, Mr. LVDIA JOHNSON (Graduated in avveueni, 1I3S conn. ave. r.. mew, LOUISEMAIER PJroPody. M.nlcur. ina. muni. i'jicii,j. facial massage, scalp treatments. All branches taught lira. 9 to 7. 308 Kenols Bldg., llth and G sis, N. XV. M 8431. Open Bimday. Marilda Williauis "'."s't'rea,- mcnl. 706 lllh nvv Apt 2L Ph. M. C6t0, ' Ml I A APWnNMl"llcurl"l-n, chl" mioa j AmcKuiNfnpj ll0Ura 10 , ,. to 8 p. m. 1212 N. Y. ave. N. XV , sec. floor. Mice RAril PY Swedish massage fr miOO tJAVJUCI rheumaBsm & poor ctr. rulatlon 813 Kenofs bldg., Utb and O ata. Ph. II. U7I. Ura., a. m. to 8 fi. m. Open Boa. MRS. ANDERSON ffioV &." Manicuring, 8calp Treatment, Shampooing. Miss Lula Rycn r,rV.r,mDern'r,nf,cW massage, shampooing, manicuring, hair cut ting a specialty. Ph. M. 8703 12th nw. LOUISE O. O. BROWNE. Scientific massaging In all its branches: scalp treatment and shampooing; will call to your residence. Appointment by phone. Line. 107$. MRS. ELLIS ';VS! N. W., second floor front. and Seal 718 llth SL ICC fAIM Manicuring and Scalp Treat. M last-A UN mrnU 71, 7tt u Nm w Apart. L Phone Main 7I2S. DR. REED, SPECIALIST, 804 Seventeenth Street. ritnr "n Ynr":'" auccessful practice In the UVCr 3V I curb cur, of chronic. Nervous and specie1 Diseases of Men and Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Conitl patlon. Piles. Throat. Lungs. Drain, Heart, Blood and Skin Dl.eases. Nervous Debllllv, Kidney Diseases, Bladder Troubles, Specific Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers, and All Private Diseases Cured for Life by Safe Methods. CC8. Bacteria Vaccines, an I all the new se rums anil aiitl-tolna administered. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room for Ladies. Office hours! 10 tn I. 3 to 8; Sunday. 10 to 11. FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES MITCHELL SIX'S? ?,rBhfi?ici: city prop.. 76c; shopping service, $2 per hour. Tf SERVICE, LIN." 2712? 10 blocks 4Cc; city proper. 70c; shopping and calling. It per hour; touring, $1.28 per hour. Twenty-four Hour Service. rt-lU ftU I VJO nou. Bdci. rsle. b day or week. Ph. L. Ill; day or night. T A Y I SERVICE. Trips. 80c. 75c, 1 AI ny ,ne houri 1,,-j Kni Call West 81 Day and Night. $1.80. $1.10. WALKER'S FORD SERVICE, owner driving. Ph. N. mo: 10 blocks. 40c; city proper. 83c; shopping. $1.55. tour., $1.30; closed heated car ftt PPR HPIIR Special rates for trips. ji rcn noun Phone ullC0n IS. CAREFUL WHITE CHAUFFEURS For Sale. FORD TOUniNG CAR. lody and parts good as new. with $175 accessor) Improvements. worth $150; Imrgaln ai $.-&. Ph. M. 1977. FIVE-PAHSENGF.R OVERLAND. 1911 model; will sell at a great sacrifice. MAHYI.AND AVK. MOTOR CO., Maryland and 6th st. N. B. ! Automobile Storage. AUTOMOBILES stored during winter; Ford and similar cars. $3 month, larger cars. $3 month. Address BOX 313, Times office. ! "suburban property-" For Sale. citW, fAm4BAL ,:0 ,En M0- Including galovv; Isrge lot. Mx200 feet; well at back door: on 30ih st. n. e.. Woodrldge. D. C; one ear fare: 2ij blocks from elec. R. R. ; onlr if f.rft. Mention The 7" les and receive Sin discount on sale price, f. A. LINGER. 2V00 R. I ave.. or 301 District Nat. Hank bldg., 14(0 G h. w. THIRTY I.OTS-$2.MO. and 12 lots, $100. H Sl'OFIEI.D. 1319 If st. N. W, HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD On $100 rash and $18 month at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal. telephone, or call on WM. II. RITCHIE. 418-419 Colo. Jbldg Tel. MJ045. TAKOMA PARK LOTS FROM lo TO 19c "PER foot; terms of $5 per month. J. S. FRAIIER. 9J0 N. Y. ave. Phone M. 7877. FOR RENT STORES" MC2 llth ST. N. W. Store, with living auar. tcra above: rent $80; Improvements made to suit desirable tenant. Apply MANAGER. The PORTNER. Uth and U ata. N. W. FOR RENT-HOUSES Unfurnished- 10th ST ST N, W IMS Four-room house, water, ; only u; white tenants. Key (11 W nw. taa FLOMtoA AVK. N. V., S8 Flve.room house, ,,!", gs: only $14; while .tenants. Key 18 W nw. 104 V ST. N. E.-One of th. choicest .High view homes, browner; flower garden; come eeforvyourself, I ! .. 818.W PER MONTH. NP. 1( "G" STREET N. E. rew hoUMkon one of the choicest streets northesstr open for Inspection. IBeal for small family. . GEORGE Y. WORTHINOTON It SON., Woodward Building. TIinKFf BLOCKS north of Dupont Circle; 7 rooms, I tiled baths; electric lights: par quet floors. OWNER, N. C001. J OP. RENT 7-room "hojse. In Mt. Pleasant, 2 squares from Ml. Pleasant car line, over looking Rock Creek Park; eltctrlo lights and gaa; net-water beat; front and rear porches, rent $J2.W, Wll. II. RITCHIE, 418419 COLORADO BUILDINO. PHONE M. 1013. 1 Furnished. No. 23 Randolph St. N. W. Six Rooms. Bath. Cellar. Gas and Coal Ranger. Porches. Nlr Yards. Good Condition. Possession at once. $35.00. A.S.CAYWOOD, 915 N.Y.,Avc. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. The Biltmore Apt. House, 1910 IIM.TMORK ST. N. XV. OVEIIIKIKING ROCK CREEK VALLEY. CONVENIENT TO BOTH CAR LINES. S room and bath mwrls $81.80 to $88 00 10 rooms and 3 baths $120.U) Normcnt, Smith & Fuller Co., Inc., 631 Pa. ave. N. XV. Phone Main 4131. RRAND NEW FLATS. 'FOUR ROOMS AND BATH. LOCATED ON WIDE AVENUE. Each apartment contains an Individual hot water heating pl-int. which Is the most eco nomical and less troublesome; gas range and porcelain sink; rowns are nicely arranged and plenty of closet spare; ready for oceupancy about Nov. 10: rent $H.W, $19.50. 1137 Pa. ave. 8. E. II. F. HAUL CO., 934 N. Y. ave. N. W. Main 271. -( Wanted. WANTED VACANT PROPERTIES AND APARTMENTS TO RENT. e cannot supply the demand for good properly. Let us list yours now. NO CHARGE. PAUL V. MITCHELL COMPANY. 1413 O ST. N. XV. FOR RENT WAREHOUSES FOR RENT r STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 219 O ST. N. W. Wide alley, concrete floor, lift; building wired for electric light and power. WILCOX. HANE & CO., INC.. 1120 F HT. N. W. 1 FOR SALE HOUSES Homes or Investments $1,750 ' Tnkoma Park, D. C. oty little dilarhed home, with large lot. $K0 cash, and small monthly pny.iirnts. S2.100 Near 7th and G Sts. S. E. rooire. water, eevwr, and. gas: buildings In rear suitable for workshop, etc , lot :0x 2S0 feet to wide wtley tV cash, balance $11 W monthly. In llulldlr.g Association $2,200 "K" St. Southeast, near 7th St. nii .(...tii..-. ... ii .. i !" iwriuii, imiiHiniMK iip mrip loonia. i tollei. gas, etc. In splendid ciMKlltlon. lot lixlW) feet Esay Irniu. i $2,200 8th Street, near "N" Street N. W. Desirable dwelling of sit rooms, near mar I ket, si bonis, rliuntm. ami mr line Can arrange e.is montni payments $2,250 Near 14th &. No. Carolina Ave. N. E. Modern brick dwelling, C looms, bath, la Iroliea. ranze. et . lley terms. JOSEPH I. WELLER, Really Broker 821 F st. N. W $6(0.(0 EQUITY- Sv room modern home. $3io. also Miburlian home. '4 acre. OWNER 203 13th st. N K. j. FOR SALB VERY DKHIRMIIJ MAVKIIIV IN BEST RESIDENCE 1.0CALITY. No. 1770 Massachuetis nve. N w , Three storler. vvph loft and basement SO- feet front by 120 feet to 10-foof alley. H , rooms, Itai , reiuuv Ing t aniltriii ftwuiu un IIIHUC lirSl BlOrV UV Vpplv I to owner, care of WM. HENRY i.NNIH. altornay-al-law, 416 Ith st. N. XV. 7T ,, ...... tt UllV a 'HOtlie Willi Yoiir Rent! tn,,... . 1 iu.fi. n... ... ...... .. Foldlers' Heme Parki 7 room. .nTT'eJ,!.!?.1! porches, hot-water heat; Interior decorating and fixtures; high standard; house full 20 ft. wide, affording large airy rooms; built and under the supervision of owner-builder; price and terms made direct to suit purchaser. Inspect No. 19 Rock Creek Church Road. Take Soldiers' Home cars to en r n. I walk one square north. Price. 14.5J0; f mall I lcrsrA MraMiW m. $. I FIVE-ROOM HOUSE-Lot lOifno- ? e'hiei-T houses, water, gas; all fenced; fruit trees: IJ.ro, $M0down, $15 per month with Interest. North 2316. AN EXCELLENT HOME VALUE At the right price. In one of the COMINO sections of Washington. 1601 to 1617 East Capitol St. PRICES FROM $3,875 to $4,500 Small Cosh Payment. Balance Monthly. All the Advantages That Go With the Modern Built Home. Six Large Rooms and Tiled Bath. II. W II.. etc GO OUT TODAY 1 Just off the car line, l square whlch'ls an added fenture for comfort. Five minutes' walk from beautiful Lincoln Park, Salesman on Premises Dally Sunday. PHONE M. 4116. Sample House Open Dally, Sunday, f P. M, Copyright. 1918. by the Press Publishing Co. IN MEM0RIAM witfviiv- tor mi rniumn r accupivu nu flat, tltlicr prof or povtrr. In chm no. ! tlsaa rual a. , k.-.A A eiantl ki. . ... . .. UNDERTAKERS ' Embalmcrs, I'uaeral Directors. J. WILLIAM LEE. UNDEnTAKItn AND UVERT, ' . MJ Pa. nvc, N, W. Telephone M. 1383. WASHINQTON. D. C. GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, ... Inc. 30t East Canllol SI. Line. 3TS. W.R. SPEARE, 040 If ftt. Mala 42KO-42R1. F. A. SPEARE SONS, 1208 11 St. N. W. Main 10H. P. A. TALTAVULL. 443 7th .St. S. W. Mall 187". THOMAS M. H1NDLE. , Sth and 11 Sta. N. W. Main B3T. O. B. JENKINS, S03 II Rt. N. W. Main 4804. THOMAS S. SEROEON, 1011 7th HI. N. W. Slain 10D0. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., 1337 10th I. N. W. North -ITj JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, 3034 M St. N. W. West 00. JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS, 1241 Wisconsin Ave. West 804. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,, 1014 MasaachuaeUa Ave-. Main 8420. ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, 3008 Pa. Are, West 1511560. ULRICH & BURDETTE, 1520 Wisconsin Ave. West 050. S. H. MINES & SON, INC, 171S ltth St. North 1503. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS, 1023 Hth St. North SSI. THOMAS F. MURRAY. 3007-2011 McholH Ave. fl. K. Line. 130. WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., . 408 II Hi. S. n. Line. 524. GEORGE W. WISE, 2000 SI St. Writ 1.1S. VV. W. DEAL & CO., Nltf II Ht. X. E. Lin. 340-1, HARRY M. PADGETT, 730 llth St. (4. K. Line. 1330. HERBERT B. NEVIUS, 020 New York Ave. Main. 2RS7. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS Of eer description moderate prices. GUDE. 1214 F ST. N. W. Vital Records. Births. Ilenjaniln O. and Dorothy L. Wilkinson, boy, r-nmuci 11. aim uora win, itoy . Clifford and Marie Sirrtmater. girl, tlrover C. and Lulu A HoIIts. girl. I Samuel and Fannie Sp-rllng. clrl. . Archie J. and Mary D. Murraj, liov. I'harlra II atnl Helen Murih, girl. . Mnrtlu F. anil l.llllun I. .Mitchell, liov. Wulter 1. end Ruth A. Ickvvoud. bov. Edgar J. and Mary E HouKh, girt, . Haniuel ami Kntlc Gotkln. girl. 1 James R. and Violet Davis, boy. j Manuel and lleesle De Maxn, girl 1 Silvio and Enerlta Crescenzl, girl. Walter A. nnd I: Inn 1.. Anderson, bov. Allen and Mollle Coutes. In; . Cornelius L, uiul (Irate Cook. girl. Marriage Licenses. William E. Parrell and Clara O. Walker Jumes LiinisiKii, Kensington, ild nnd Mary K. Hugben Denton, Mil. John It. Hawthorne. Meri-dltlivlUe. Va., and Lavrrna O. Wllklnrnn, Olo. Vn. I.e It. Nolen. Olo, Va., mill, Helen P. Haw. Uiorne. Mereillthvltle. Va. Samuel Collltis nnd Mil Whittled. Denthv y Ferdinand I.. Tljonipson. 1 is. 1II St It st. nw. I Agatha Hughes, 76 rs , Clalrlorne npls. 'William Schwenneck(, K) r.. 2M I'nlverslO I lilace nw. Little G. tunstall, 41 r.. Tuberculosis Hos. Mnrsnret J. Davis, so yrs., 1111 Mw. ave, nw. William Bl.itrher 49 yrs.. 2146 P st nw Mary M. Coleiiian, (9 rs Wash. Asv. Hos Thomas Ortir, 67 rs.. St. Elltabeth's Hos. William F, Colvln, Jt rs.. 497 Illnlr road. I IHRU'H. .fti", ' Y Congress Heights. Bridget llolohan. 75 rs.. 17 II at. nw. Estelle Wllllains, 39 yrs., 1 Drfrees st, nww. Mary Steveniort. 29 yrs.. Wash. Asy. Hos. Cornelius Johnson. 71 ire.. 1249 aS. Cap. st. ! Olive Wood, 30 yrs.. Angler ave... Oarnrld i n. c Mary II. Bell. 20 yrs. 816 24th st. nw. Joseph F. Peters. 23 rs.. 39 M.vrlle st. ne. Infant of Isabel and Isreal Frreinuu, 9 hrs., 3.17 D st. tw. Infant of Roscue and Lillian Forrell. ll'i hrs., :v R st. nw SPIRITUALISM I MRS. MAMIE STEVES fffigffiS1 MEDIUM. Readings dally; seances Tues. A Thuri. eves, 8 p. m.: Frl.. 2 p. m. L-3016; 313 N.J. ave ae. MRS rC MOORF s"''r,,,,ll, " i ftllva. N. mUUHC Medium. J 7 p. m. Formerly at i F nw Now at 8U N nw. MRS. BROW NELL, "cuirvo-ant Tranc7Me. ilium, tells (last, present future, business, home, health, gives names, etc. Seance Sun.. 8 p. in. Wed.. S rt m, 9C I nw M. 8036. MRS. II. M. NOLAN medium' Readings dally; spiritual services Sunday aad Thura. jven's. Bombay, apt.ll. ill! If ne. HRS. J. K.'MAI.TBY. SPTrITIVMTMEDIUM' 1112 10th st. nw. Meetings Mon 7:30 p, m.i Wed.. 2 P. m.. A- Frl . 7:10 p. m.. 2.V, A mes sagetq each. Dally readings, $1. N. $293. i MRS RA'TOsrifrrtual MetlluTiiT Se IVlrVO. lJ 1 ilnnces Tues. Thurr, eve.; readings dally. 1030 8th nw above I J I). MRS. WHITE. 700 6lh st. S. E. Seances Sun., Wed. and Frl.. 8 P. m. Prlv. read, dally. Sun. by apt. Anacostla cara psis. L. 3053-W. ' Spccaaf . Notiicfcs SAMUEL MOHAN died recently In California, leaving property, tie left Waihlngton fifty tears ago. ither Family t that time comprised his fat i-lllin Moran; iwo protners. Enoch and tilah Moran: three sisters, .names K!""!","i "" ilkriown; also two half-brother. IMnln and Tank. Ona alstee tnsrrliMl rVtlnnet Usheivi-L- rrank inmru malts Army. HeeHIng relatives. Please communicate Information Immediately to MR. It. WOODCaND QATJE8, Munsty .,.-.. ... . : ------"-- 7----. iiiug.. vvasii,, u, v.. AUCTION SALES McIIcnry Bros. Large Auction Sale of Horses and Mules. Hat. Nov. 4, I9ic At Sale 8lnule. :i nth Ht. n. v. 1106 C Mt, N, XV. II'... !.!... .. r. uniliiiKlun, u. I., - Fugg.tt A- Cattlet, from Winchester. Va.. wll have one good car load of horses atut mules suitable ror all purposes. Mcllennr Rro. will also have one good load of fresh country horses from Hagerstown, Md. flame extra heavy horses will also be among them. We also will have several other consignments. A good opportunity for any ono needing a horse nr mule of any kind. AUCTIONS EVERY SATURDAY. 10 A. if. PUBLIC NOTICES OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES. , DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington. .. October 31. 1918. Tunnavera nr fbe rvl.t.tt ..e f Columbia will take notice that the undersigned C iibs reveiveu me siairment or tne assessment yr of realty taxes for Ihe District of Columbia ipr me. year enuing June 30, 1917. and will l-e , ready to receive payment of taxes at this of- t nee on and after November 1, 1918. The Aot . of Congress approved February 11, 1502, pro vides; "That on nnd after Ihe 1st day of November of each year the tax may be paid In two equal Installment, the first In Novem ber and the aecond In Muy, but no penalty shall accrue for delinquency until the follow ing June, as hereafter provided; or If the whole .r any part or said ux upon real or per roual property shall not ) paid before the first day of June In .each tear the same shall thereafter be In arrears' and delinquent, and there shall then lie lidded to be collected, wllh stld lax, a penally of one per centum per month upon thA amoun thereof, and n like lienalty on the first day of each succeeding month until payment of said tax and penalty, and the whole shall constitute the delinquent tax, to lie dealt with In the manner now provided b law." Attest: BEN L. PRINCE, Collector of Ta'.es. D. c. PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER! Or THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Waelillie- -ton. November 1, 1918. Sealed propoutl will . reelved at this office. Room 509, District Building, until two o'clock. P, St.. Decemlier 1, 118. for furnishing 3.C00 i-lnch T handle u brass curb cocks, for ue In the Water Le partment, D. ('. Specifications and form of proKsal may be obtained Uwn application In the Purchasing Officer, 1), C. Room XT. Dl- trlct Building, Washington. D. C. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. IMVM BROWNLOW, t CHARLES W. KUTZ Commissioners. D. C. CLAIRVOYANTS Jvr WW sHHpBMsWy t a M. SPENCER, THE INFALLIBLE PSYCHIC PALMIST. STUDI0, 1318 14THST. , Without Baking a question she will tell yen the object of jour call, giving names of t? friends, relatlvts, and actual facta concernlu; your life mid circumstances which jou know to be absolutely true.. THE MADAME WILL REFUSE TO ACCEIT ANY FEB UN. 1.ESH SHE GIVES THE UTMOST SATI.-v- FACTION. IMMEDIATELY BENEFITED AND PERMANENTLY HELPED BY CON SUl.TINO HER AT ONCE. Hous, 10 t'l.l i M M P M A U I P Th natural born medium' mini mrtnic ar, i.nmPli wm ii .n sou In all affairs of love, matrimony, -pare-llun and business. 41$ I. st. nw. M fill. mme'carl'etta" PRE-EMINENTLY THE GREATEST OF l.. - ALL SCIENTIFIC PALMISTS AND LIFE ADVISERS. . SHE NEVKIt MBT YOU YET SHE TELLS YOUR NAME " NAMES OF FRIRNDS AND ENEMIES " SWEETHEART, husband, wife. If false or '" true how to Income reunited to your loved one how to gain nnd hold their love. The .... Best or Advice and Assistance In All Affair -of Life Perfect Hs.tl.fui tlnn to all. SEES EVERY ONE. NONE SLIGHTED. 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MRS. GAYER VSXT ,?! 1 voant. Readings, 21c. Studio, 117 1st 8. "A. ., ZANCIG, The Palmist and Psychic. z No matter what your troubles -t are, I will help you. ! Palinlajo reading 80 cents; pschlc reading a. It No more, no less. I wait on von per. sonallv. Have no assistant or coanectil with any branch office in this city. STUDIO, 904 14th St. N. W. Phone Main 4419. " MMP PIFI "fwTTen-yo"ti"consult ns? . mtuu. I lui-i- you consult tho best. Re- . unites the separated. Hrs. 10 to 10. 1226 7th nw. . tal Scientist: can be seen at her old address, ;. 500 II st N. W.. 2d floor. Phone M. 631. MRS. R. LUSBY, 3 SCIENTIFIC HANDREADING, NORMAL CLAIRVOYANT. Advlsea clients dally on personal and general matters thrcnth PSYCHIC old: QUESTIONS answered through MENTAL CONCENTRATION. All Uleet . Fate Cards, EAST INDIA CRYSTAL. Ladles'-' only. Closed Sunday, Open till 9;$0. 731 i:tn it. N. ""V., 2d floor, " CASTILLO A refined gentleman, highly tatettTed tn CLAIRVOTANCY and PALMISTRY. EIGHT- -EEN years' steady practice In Washington. Careful and correct advice in all affairs. Helps you In love, business, reuniting the separated, and In removing all troubles. Re duced tee (Ou and $1.00. No monev unless I can help you. Cor. 7th and F sta. Bnt 639 V St. N. W. Hours 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 0NEY WANTED & TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on real estate: lowest rates; prior payment prlvllegss; large amounts1 TYLER A RUTHERFORD. 617 Uth. MONEY TO LOAN-I2S0 to $500,000 on D. C. real estate, several trust tunas, it to s per cent. All transactions conducted with eccn 1 omlcal consideration for borrowers. WM. II. SAUNDERS & CO., I Southern Building. 807 Uth st, N. W. By C. M. Payno t .o a .8 it ,'tt 3