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EDUCATIONAL
Individual
Instruction
gevrea Yea lime nnd Tuition.
1
LANGUAGES
AT THE
Berlitz School
816 14th STREET tf. W.
TELEPHONE MAIN 3J17.
My the BerM Method Student learn
not only, to read and write, but etpacl
ally to understand and to peak the
foreign language.
TIUAL LBSBON KIIKK
Terms may begin at any time.
VOCAL lNSTRUCTOR-Rallan method.
Studio, 1406 II Bt. Appointment! on Wed..
43el. S602. Has tin r.cenUy engaged to alng
at Wuh. HelgtftT Church, fr YVcrncT.
TWO PERSONS can Join small class In
(B-erthand. Typewriting: Individual Instruc
tlMI moderate ratti. BOX CO,
Times Office.
!
" WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF
CHIROPRACTIC
Ctasaea now forming. PrlvaU treatment
tlTn for Chronic and Acute Diseases. Con
aultatlon and Elimination fra. J. Shelby
Riley. D. D.. DeaniRoealle M. Simpson, D.
C. Secretary. Ull F at. N. W. Phone Main
IKS. OfOea lloura. to a. -,
UIBS MAniON R. MAT, Piano Instruction,
graduate of Feabody Conservatory, puptl of
Prof. Arthur Newstead. formerly of Roral
Conservatory. London.
Ph. N. 74S7-W. ,.
.GUITAR taught In 20 leatona; almpla method:
Mar: reatonablo charges; beat of reference.
Ttl tth at. N. W. Teacher of Guitar.
ART SCHOOL
MIT IITII 8T.. NEAR COLUMBIA IIOAD.
MISS S. W. KELLY. PRINCIPAL.
SINGING. ELOCUTION.
Una EMILY FRECH BARNES.
1(S 11th at. N. E.
Phone Line 1719.
Tuee. and Frl.. tilt Uth at. N. W.
EXCURSIONS.
OLD POINT COMFORT
NORFOLK
tAND all points south
JW YORK and BOSTON
BY SEA
DaUy from Tth Street Wharf. i4S pjn.
Cttr Ticket Office. 71 lBtb St. If. W.
NORFOLK AND WASIHNQTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
BXE MB for beat prices and aatlsfactory aer
vice. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND
SXFREBS, 173S 7th at.' N. W. 1
FIREPROOF STORAGE
tai twparate -Locked Rooms, (2,00 Month Cp.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.
Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W.
CLEAN, dry atorage for furniture and pianos.
Estimates cheertull
y given. WESCULasuo.
too pa. ave. N. w.
ri
'hone Main UU.
SAFETY FIRST."
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAOB.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.,
ttae-as. 12.00 and up. Moving. Packing.
Fhone Main 4229. 4U-410 10th St. nw.
Free anovlns; for ator
age. N. D34S or N. S344.
SMITH'S TRANSFER.
A STOnAGIS COM 012
S. NlBht Ph. N. 0003.
MfviN!r: padded vans
MUV1INU FURNISHED
Phone St. M10-201L
KREIG'S EXPRESS,
1224 II Street N. W.
STORAGE PACKINO AND-SHIPPING.
LOST AND FOUND
BSAVER NECK TIECE-On Tuesday night.
Reward If returned, I'M 21st St. N. W.
Phone N. II.. !
BREASTPIN Oblong hasp, and on back
"Father," Sunday morning going from 4S0
Md. 8. W. to Trinity Church, 3rd and C
N. W. Reward, return to 480 Md. ae. S. W.
1
GENTLEMEN'S
of N. Cap. &
First Bt. N. W.
GLASSES In neighborhood
Fla. Ave. Return to 2300
LADIES' GOLD WATCH AND FOB; Elgin
movement, Nov. 7. Please return to 1416 R
Bt. N. W and receive reward. 1
FRATERNITY PIN-Alpha Kappa Pel. tKov.
7; triangle shape, bordered with pearls. Re
ward. Apply Room 710. 635 F St. N. W.
DOO Golden brown Pomeranian, with White
chest, on Oct. 14. from 165 K st. Reward. !
WANTED-tSALESMEN
SALESMAN Thoroughly experienced, with
established trade, to take charge of our
Washington and vicinity territory, working
butchers nnd grocers' trade. OTTEN
HEIMER BROS., Refrigerators, Store Fix.
tuxes. Butcher Supplies. Baltimore. Md.
HELP WANTED MALE
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS Three expert-
enced; must be first-class men. Apply to
BEMME3 MOTOlt CU. s3 l'a. ave. B. E;
BOY with wheel" In printing office. EVANS,
2S llth at. N. W.
BOY To run errands and answer telephone.
Ill 12th st. N. W. 1
HFyw 2 JF ppfkP f
iibIlJ
i ' "I '' ! SI -. I ( . ,, ,
"''MATTER, POPI" The Only Way the
CfliL CKviw6 He want a -pelSf wWpia) Vou i . - TtJ&n mtVou v f-V Tt.ME-T
L AT3ouf rJ I o mv 35ou6rtMU7 ' V Lvrrrjri .See J VoH-H.r NtvBRJ EXPUfirJ -How q ..V--VS""A lr
, ?.-J f an ) IT J piDuETH'Mf -fit rTNows You've. V vFyf t
jrrSi "y mot! nqt .yi ( .l?$ 13 . , J Co ZT CrT J
inn - r elI-,H--llacnT Wtut w.-ict ' I ..
HELP WANTED MALE
.BOYS
For delivery purposes ojd
General store service.
Apply befpre 10 a. m., Employ
ment Office,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
BOY Over 1 years, to work In woodworking
-r.1!""' wages if par week. Apply WBOic
ruff mfo. co., mo b at. N. w.
DOT for all around wotk In lunch room. HIT
t at. im. w.
BUSHELMAN on ladlie' and gant'a gar-
tn.nl. Ah1u . . .... ....
" ..yyiy mi unci 1PIA wnn. nv. nwi
CAnPENTETtB Two.
1036 tth at. N. E.
DELIVERY BOYS with wheal wanted at
once: beat salaries nald. Annlv M.
BROOKS CO, 1109 O at. N. W.
DRIVERS for frelaht and
heavy hauling.
Apply tn MR. nATr.inq utc
ERCHANTS-
TRANSFER STORAGE CO.. atablaa, Xna
nu BIB. rt. w. 1
COVORED MANato take cara of horses. LIV.
ERY STABLE, rear Ills Eyo at. N. W.
GENERAL UTILITY MAN for bakery.
Ap-
yij i.q ji si. pt. r..
HOTEL BAKERS on pastries; alio
niftkr tnr mi nf Tt t r tr
a aalad
HOTEL
AOBNCY, Hth and Pa. ave.
HOTEL HEAD WAITER, lunch counter men
KiSS'" "n- "' mni colored. DICK'S
HOTEL AGENCY. Hth and Pa. ava. N. W.
MALE COOK for tug boat CAPT E. DAVIS,
b jv pi. r. w. I
MILKER Young man to work around dairy
farm. Apply 1M B'at. N. E.
Philadelphia Corporation needs tha
aervlcea of number of high-grade
machlnlata.
New Shop
Modern Machine Toole,
Eight Houra,
All Safety Precaution!,
Permanent Work,
No Labor Troubles,
Highest Wage'.
Apply J. r. M., P. O. Box 113.
Philadelphia, Pa.
PORTER In drug store. 80UTHERN PHAR
MACY, H2T II N. W. .
TWO BOYS over IS for press room. MARVIN
F. TOUNO CO., 7th and R. I. Ave. N. E.
WAGON BOYS.
Good pay.
Apply before 10 'a. m., Employ
ment office,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
WHITE BOY to deliver orders and work In
market; good wages. Apply ItMH Uth St.
N. W. I
WHITE MAN to repslr dump wagona and
look after stable. Apply 1751 Ontario road
N. W.. after 7 p. m. l
YOUNG MAN-IS to 20. Apply at once to
Secretary of National Press Club, (01 Rlggs
Building.
HELP WANTED FEMALE:
APPRENTICES to leam French, dreaseut
ting, dressmaking, designing and millinery:
good positions furnished after learning. NEW
YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY, 1115 Q St.
COOK Good, and lsundre-s: bring references.
Apply m: inn st. N. w. i
PRESSER-Lady. Apply at once. S34 10th at.
H. K.-
(PERMANENT positions for bright young
women oemeen ine ages or is ana :i; ap
plicants must be 6 ft. 4 In.; paid while learn
ing. From 7 p. m. to t p. m., Wed., tth;
Thurs., Sth. akd Friday, 10th. Apply to the
Telephone School. 722 12th at. N. W. 1
SKIRT
HANDS Experienced and
Apply 1519 Q st. N. W.
help on
coals.
WOMAN Experienced for general housework.
Call 120 C at. N. E.
YOUNG LADY for cnshlcr.
SHOE STORE, 310 Tth st.
Apply FAMILY
Male and Female.
VIOLIN LESSONS At your home by expert
enced teacher; Instrument furnished If de
sired, nox 21, Times office.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Male.
YOUNG MAN desires position In office as
clerk; high school graduate and college
atudent. 21 Sth st. N. E. Line. 33.
CHAUFFEUR Recommendations;
yonng man. 1011 N. Y. Ave.
capable
1
Female.
MRS. MARY THOMAS applies for a place to
cook or general nouseworK; no washing and
Ironing, til O St. N. W.
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
$1 and $1.25 PER HOUR
PHONE L. 1(4. Day or Night.
1 PER HOUR AUTO Careful white chauf
feur. Phone Columbia 3123. !
TAXI SERVICE, LIN. 2712.
10 blocks 40c; city proper, 70c; shopping and
calling. U per hour; touring, 11.25 per hour.
Twenty-four Hour Service.
TAXI
SERVICE. Trips. Wo. Tie, 11.00.
By the hour. I1.2S and SLM.
Call West SI Day and NlghL
WALKER'S FORD SERVICE, owner driving.
Ph. N. I7S0; 19 blocks, 40c; city proper. Boi
shopping. H.2S; tour., 11.50; closed treated car.
M PER HOUR l'iincoVU. "
CAREFUL WHITE CHAUFFEURS.
For Sale.
TOP and body of five-pass, car; excellent
condition; cheap. 519 K at. N. W. 1
FOR NEXT 10 days we will grind valves and
clean carbon oc any t-cynnaer car ror ;
work guaranteed. THE STEELE GARAGE,
42 tth at N. W. 1
WANTED COUNTRY BOARD
An elderly Christian gentleman wants board
In the country or on a farm, with home
comfort, warm room, and refined people;
plain good food; price 14 per week for the
winter. Address SIR. OAKLEY, 944 F st.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished.
NEW JER8ET AVE. N. W., SlO-Beautlful
rooms; n. w. h. continuous hot water, -
M BT. N. W., tll-Two furnished rooms for
iigni nouaeaeepingi water in rooms,
(11 II ST. N. Wi Two front communicating
rooma; heat, gag, complete for I. h. k.j
teasonable. 1
NEW YORK AVE., Ms-Large front and
back warm second floor room, 11 up; house
keeping; tranelenta. 1
THE STANHOPE, Apart. M, New Jersey
Ava. ana 11 ei. iioom in aparimeni nouia;
gentlemen preferred; call after i p. m. X
GIRARD ST., UU-Large bright room for t
young men; ahowar adjoining; usa of tele
phone; hot water heat! tub bath It desired;
fll.SO per month. 1
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE., lUR-Furnlshed
rooms for light housekeeping to adults In
modern house; call evenings. 1
tin ht. N. TV. Kllflrnnf1 noar front, two
Isrga roomi; I. h. k.; good heat; single
rooms. l
PACIFIC HOTEL, IDs Uth St. N. W.-Mod"
rma. by tty. wk or mo.: spec rta. to perm.
UNCOLN HOTEL, 10th and U N. W.-Spe-elal
ratea on rooms; modern convanlencea. 1
Unfurnished.
Q ST.
floor.
N. W., 14 Two front rooma aecond
with heat and gaa. !
RHODE ISLAND AVE. N. W., Mi-Second
floor, 1 rooms, bath, heat, gas; I, h. k.; 117.
E BT. N. W., SIS Three large unfurnished
rooms, reasonable. 1
Ird ST. N. W JlS-Two extra large unfur.
room for light housekeeping; beat and
gaa; reaaonable. 1
Famished or Unfurnished.
llth ST, N, W., IltS Two communicating
rooma for gentleman or lady In buslneas;
private family,
SI E ST. N. E. Furnished and unfurnished
rooms; reaaonable to goofl tenant. 1
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORKINGMEN Honestly now. Isn't It time
ffft mil ananAln. n milch monftyT YOU
should see what we show In new pants at $1.60
to IS. Can't beat this price. There's aiso a
great selection, slightly used overcoats.
buya big value. JUSTH'B OIJ) BTAMJ,
1 D. L
Window Shades.
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED-Save money on
window shades, sleeping porch curtains;
awnings msde, hung, repaired. WALTER J.
PROCTOR CO., 214 II N. W. M. 14M. 1
Oeod Quality
opaque. Beat quality oil
nttea to roar
A Cn
opaque; nuug ftnp
window -rree "v:",au
We can wita aampies. a-n. .
KLEEBLATT,Syr'iNn.V
lltli and n
Mattresses and Box Springs.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES made oT like
new. All sites 11.50. Drop postal. E AG 1.75
BEDDING CO., 130S Tth at. N. W. Ph. N.
1210.
Repairing.
F. J. SCHOENBAUER A BROS., musical re.
pairing, mirrors made and restlvered. up
holstering, reflnlshlnf done; window shades
and screens made to order; house painting,
boat work, store fixtures; all kinds of remod
eling. Fhone M. WIS. 1 D B. w.
Lace Curtain Laundry.
RELIABLE CLEANINO AND BEPAIRING
by hand: reasonable; refs.: 10 years' exp.
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
Mra. C. II. BAUER, 114( E ne. Ph. Unc. 2237.
Vacuum Cleaners.
t.tct iis estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning
and floor polishing; vacuum cleaners for
sale and rent; all popular makes. BAM-
TARY METHODS CO., 1102 14lh. N. M40.
VAl-IIIIM CI-KANING. IS PER DAY.
With expert operator: hand or electric clean
ers ror rem, si.oo ana up per umj.
NATL VACUUM BALES CO.,
MAIN 4166. (th AND D 8T8. N. W.
Plumber.
HONEST WORK HONEBT PRICEa
Competent workmen. Prompt service.
til E st. N. W. Phone M. 1S31).
Carpet Cleaning.
cAnpirrs Tiiona JUto carefullt
cleaned; rugs woven from old csrpets, mat.
tresses renovated. Estlmatea turn. ALBERT
KAHLERT II CO.. Ml n St. B. W. ?
PERSONAL
LOUISE MA1ER $& ".Iri,:
facial massage, scalp treatmenta. All branches
taught. Hrs. L to 7. SOS Kenols Bldg.. llth
and O sts. N. W. M. MSI. Open Sunday.
MISS J AMERONrSdyrhour.""? .'m!
m t n. m. 1212 N. I. eve., w.. aec. noor,
il-
unc AMncucnN 111 7th at. N. W.
1VIIVO. niiuuiwwii Phone N. 2323-J.
Manicuring. Scalp Treatment. Shampooing.
MRS. ORA L. FIELDgg-Vt.-JF.
ment: face and scalp. SIS'H nw., 2nd floor.
MANICURING. Facial, and Scalp Treatment.
All branches taught, oldest established par
lor 1221 N. Charles St.. Baltimore. Md. 1
' ice fA IIM Manicuring and Scalp Trsat.
Apart. 1. Phone Main 7421.
TVTRC! 'RT.T.TR Manicuring and Scat
01.KO. tbi-iLilQ Treatment. Tl llth su
N. Wtt secona noor front.
Miss Lula Ryon Ttm-V,-B?B cflf ' ?
massage, shampooing, manicuring, hair cut
ting a specially. Ph. M. (705 12th nw.
MISS RAfil FY 8wedlsh massage for
m03 DAVJL.ni rheumatliII & cl
culatlon. 613 Kenols bldg., llth and O sts. Ph.
M. 267S. Jlrs. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Open Sun.
DR. REED,
SPECIALISE
804 Seventeenth Street.
Over 30 Years' ucful Practice In the
u vcr ou icbi o cura of CnronC Nervou,
and special Diseases of Men and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Constl.
nation, Pllenr Throat. Lungs. Brain, Heart.
Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility!
Kidney Diseases.' Bladder Troubles, Specif)
Blood Poisoning, Eruptions. Ulcers, and AU
Private Diseases Cured for Lit 'by Bale
Methods. T
(08. Bacteria Vacclnea, and all the new se
rums and antt-toxlna administered.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies.
Office hours: 10 to 1, I to (; Sunday, 10 to 11.
T
Temptation Can Be Removed
WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS
WANTED I
To buy at the highest possible prices, all
kind of old automobiles and parts. Our price
are honest and deallnga fair. We also buy all
Kinds ot metals, ruooer, bottles, rsgs and
Iron. Bee us before mine elsewhere. Phone
or send postal card. OHIO METAL CO., W
Sd St. 8. W. Phone M. 76M.
VTolONCELLO-State condition and lowest
acceptable price for violoncello. Address
BOX 82, Times Office. V
2" FURNITURE
Main 4110. Notes Furniture House,' H B
St. N. W. 1
WANTED furniture, carpets and atovea of
all kinds.
We, oav the price.
Drop' postal
or ph. M, 2011.
WIKHEHiieuu b, hi
La. ave.
HIGHEST cash pf Ices paid for all kinds seo.
ond hand clothes. Drop csrd. 8. WLA
DOV8ICY. ITia 7lli '. Phone N. S0.
BTOPI LOOK! LISTEN I We pay the highest
cash prices for WASTE PAPER and other
Junk that you have. Brat prices paid for
OLD AUTOMOBILES. Phone or send card
before going elsewhere and we will call and
pay for same on premises. Two places for
your convenience.
AMER. JUNK CO.. FRED C. BUTT, Mgr
6-8 N st. N. E. (I'h. Line. 1310). til-Si Pa.
ave. B. E. (rh. Unc. SM7.)
CASH prices paid for worn clothing: either
ladles' or men's; send posts); will call. B.
TABBIIEB. 1108 7th at. nw.; Phone North 4t.
WANTED Furniture for cash. Bell
goods to the man who gives the
money. Bee HOPWOOD. Sth and K.
your
most
WANTED-Furnltuie. pianos, carpets, eta.
Phone M. 12S1 for wagon, or have ua call,
"WESCHLER'S." IMTa. av. N. W. t
WE PAY spot cash fbr'all klnrte of furnltureT
stoves ana carpets, voi.
I. FELICES. IH La. ava. N. W,
Bargain House,
M. UI.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
JL'BT RECEIVED fine' lot .of parrots and
singing canarys. HCHMID'B BIRD STORE,
711 12th at, N. W.
Fine turkeys for sale. Apply FRED CLAYB,
Bon Air, Ballaton, Va.
UPRIGHT PIANO-Almost new; escellent
make; sacrifice I HOW. M I) Ht. N. E. 1
FOR HAL.. All homehold furniture; cheap
flat 1. - i.
PIANO Hardmon upright; perfect condition.,
ISO for quick sale; alao Angelua Player with
ro rolls music; attach to your piano 120. CIS
Mass. are. N. W.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
GROCERY STORES (2), one In the suburbs:
ma mi muio mi rnnii irmif iioin payine
well. Inquire 13M 7lh Ht. N. W,
OKlARHr FRUITS AND CONFKCTJONKRY"
business, rooming hou.o nttarheri; nt.i!
est cstabll-hment on l'n. ne. Onrwr rehiring.
rim. iv H-HWjlinlltT MirLIIITHer. i rlCfl II LOO
Address BOX M, Times Office. JMHSsW"
CLAIRVOYANTS
MME. CARLETTA
pre-eminently the greatest of
all Scientific palmists and
like advisers,
she never met you yet
SHE TELLS YOUR NAME
NAMES OF FRIENDS AND ENEMIES
SWEETHEART. ju.l.end. wirj; If mil of
true now to become reunited to )our loved
one how to gain and hold their Into The
..?' nvlc nn Assistance In All Affairs
of Life-Perfect Satisfaction to all
SEES EVERY ONE. NONE SLIGHTED.
705 EIGHTH ST. N. W.
MRS GAYFR 7," Greatest Card
mi0. jn 1 iwl itcader and rialr.
voyant. Readings, 2c. Studio. 117 1st S. W.
THEY WOULD BELIEVE "IT. "
PROF. ZANCIG,
THE "'AI.MIHT AND PHTiTllIC.
I-VIRETOLI) THE RESULT OF THE ClOfl
EST 4X)NTEST FOR PRESIDENCY THE
PAST 30 YEA RS
With out u write our question he tells
you what ou come fur .
No Ailtant All lonevln Full IJght.
Palmistry, Imlli liamls. (0 cents.
I'Hchlc Ruidlng. It (0.
HTID1O-904 lllh HT Phone Main 4I.
Prof. SUnclg Is not connected with nny
storn show. No one Is allowed to use Zanclg
name unless ihe ran show cirtlftnte of the
."IK-IK'S Mlioni ot rrtlnilstry.
mmeTverner Sa'ni'Miiil
tsl Hrlnnll.t; ran be seen at her old address,
COO II st. N. W M floor. Phone M. Ul.
MRS. R. LUSBY,
SCIENTIFIC HANDREADINO. NORMAL
CLAIRVOYANT. A'HI'rs clients dally on
personal nnl general matters through
PSYCHIC aid. QUESTIONS answered-thrnugh
MENTAL fONCIZNTRATION All latest
Fate Cards, EAST INDIA CRYSTAL. Ladle
only. Closed Sunday' Open till 9.20. 733 12th
st. N. W.. 2d floor.
PROF. D. B. BRUCE,
THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN'
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Can be consulted on .all arfalra. 12S3A Wal
ter place S. E. Hours S a. m. to 1.0 p. m.;
Sundays, from 2 to 7 p. in. Th. Line. 172L
MUC M A I? I P The natural born medium
ftlftlC, mltlC,j Palmist, will help
you In all nffnlrs of love, nmtrlmon), separa
tion and bualness, 413 L st. nw. M 1181. "
CASTILLO
A refined gentleman, highly talented ta
CLAIRVOYANCY and PALMISTRY. EIGHT
EEN years' steady practice In Washington.
Careful and correct advice on all affairs.
Helps jou In love, business, reuniting ths
separated, and In removing all troubles. Re
duced fee 50c and -11.00. No money unless
I can help ou. Cor. 7th and F sts. Ent
$39 F St. N W. Hours 10 n. m. to 6 p. m.
SPIRITUALISM
MRS. MAMIE STEVES SfrjgJSJl--
Readings dally; seances Tues. A Thurs eves.
S p. m.; Frl.. 2 p. m. L.301I; 111 N.J, ave. ss.
MP's RnTH8nlu' Medium
Se-
' w aAnni.es Tues.
e-e.; readings dally. 1030 tth mv
& Thurs.
above Lib.
MRS. BROWNELL. Clairvoyant Trance Me
dium; telle past, present, future, business,
home, health; gives names, etc. Seance Sun,,
3 p. m. Wed., 8 p. m. DOii I nwj. M. 8036.
Mice l"o Pnlntc Spiritualist "medium,
JYllSb Ld rOlIllO palm read, and "two
questions answered. c. 11.12 13th st. N. W.
m'rs, WHITE. 700 Yth st. S. E. Seances SunTT
Wed. and Frl., I p. m. I'rlv. read, dally.
Bun. by apt. Anacostla cars pss. L. 3065-W.
MRS. K. MOORESttH,t Ji'ml
Formerly at 619 F nw. Now at 813 N nw.
MRS. J. E. MALTBY, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM.
1112 10th st. nw. Meetings Hon., 7:30 p. m.;
Wed., 2 p. m & Frl , 7:30 p. in., 25c. A mes
sage tojsachJJallyreadlnKS, II. N. 8293. 1 ,
MRS. H. M. NOLAN lV-'WVVVi.
Readings dally; spiritual services Sunday and
Thurs. even's. Bombay, npt. 11. 1317 11 ne.
"
Is'to Eat It!
APARTMENTS TO LET
' Unfurnished.
Brand-new Apartments
Cqrncr 17th and Euclid Sts.N.W.
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
Reservations can now be. made for these
desirable apartments. Four rooms and bath;
porch to each apt.; dumbwaiter; high eleva
tion; reasonable rental.
B. F. BAUL CO., 014 N. T, ave. N. W.
I'hone M, 271
Very Desirable Apartment
WIDE AVENUE.
Three and Tour room apartmenta In modern
building: dumbwaiter; Janitor service; steam
heat; rent, I32.S0 to (40. 1410 Rhode Island
ave. n. w. B. F. BAUL COMPANY, SSfN. Y.
ave. n. w. Main 21. '
THE HADDINGTON, '
1840 Blltmore st.
rooms, reception hall, bath.. 115,00
uiuiN n, iiiiiNKY. wo routnern mag.
The Biltmore Apt. House,
1I0 BILTMORE ST. N. W.
OVERLOOKING ROCK CREEK VALLEY.
CONVENIENT TO BOTH CAR LINES.
( room and bath aparts I42.C0 to 5.00
10 rooms and 2 baths 110.00
Normcnt, Smith & Fuller Co., Inc.,
(11 Ta. ave, N. W. Phone Main 4111.
AT 627-629 EST. N. W.
S rooms 'and bath and 4 rooma and bath
housekeeping apartmenta, 111 and (2S; fur
nished If desired. Apply COS 7th N. W.
THREE-ROOM APARTMENT with bath In
best section of city; reasonable rent. Apply
Office of Arcade Company, 14th at
and
rarx
roan i. w.
FINE apartment, t rooms, 1 bath, and sleep
ing poroh; apartment No. l, Belmont road
N. W. Phone Columbia 7SL - !
FOR RENT HOUSES
Unfurnished.
2234 S ST. S. E. (Randle Hlghlands)-Hlx
rooms. HO.tO per month. OWNER, 72S tth
st. V. W.
(II CO PER MONTH.
NO. 1424 "G" STREET N. H.
New house on one of the choicest streets
northeast: open for Inspection. Ideal for
smsll family.
GEORGE Y. WORTIIINOTON A SON
Woodward Building.
Furnished.
DESIRABLE furnished house, 11 rooms and S
hatha; electric lights; hot-water heat;
around Du Pont Circle, I1C0 per month. E.
L McCLELLAND, Hit II N. W,
FOR RENT STORES
tl-S4th ST. N. W.-Btore, with living quar
ters above: rent ISO; Improvements msde te
suit desirable tenant. Apply MANAGER. The
POBTNER. Uth and U sts. N. W.
FOR SALE HOUSES
n n m 1 1 1 nil i in iiin-H
NEW HOME, $5,000.
Near. North Capitol Street
and New York Avenue
Modem dwelling containing six rooms,
tiled Imth, cellar, hot water heat, elec
tric llghl. etc.; two-story enclosed sleep-
I..H. ....l.. .nli.nl.l fMnl hflh'h' UI.Im
I, IIS ,I,H, V. , .,",,. ,.... " .....
parking, many extra features to make
nn .(it.r(lt. a. i.l aiiltMlanllBl hnil.M "
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, ....... ,-... nl... m (lnu.H.M.n(
I.IHr nil . iiiiuiiiiiii iu ..... r. iii,,,..
' Printing Office. I'nlon station, I'osl Of-
'"nee ana car lines, ne-rmnic iorinwesi
section of city
JOSEPH I. WELLER, J
', '. Realty Broker, fcl V St. N. W. T
r..HiliH-K-l-I"I"I"I"l"I"H".".".".-
LOOK. LOOK, BARGAIN, HOMKSEEKERS.
221 HALL PLACE N W.
A sacrifice t rooms, bath and sleeping
porch; up-to-date In eery particular: high
altitude; good air; overlooks Naal Observa
tory; no reasonable offer refused. Phone Col.
153".
L. 8. BRErNINGItn. 5700 16th St.
Near Conn. Ave. & N St. N. W.
$6,500
Will buy a nice 10-rooni Muse, which cost
owner I9.0O1. Good lot. Easy terms. An
out-of-town owner says "Sell." Make an
offer.
James Morris Woodward,
723 20th st. N. W.
riVB-ROOM IIOUSE-Lot 0xU0; 2 chicken
hnuse-i; water; gas; all fenced; fruit trees,
I3.S.V), W down, I5 per .month with Interest.
North V316.
AN EXCEIsLENT
HOME VALUE
At the right price. In one of the COMING
sections of Washlngten.
1G01 to 1617 East Capitol St.
PRICES FROM
$3,875 to $4,500
Small Cash Payment, Balance Monthly.
All the Advantages That Go With the Modern
Built Home. Six Large Rooma and
Tiled Bath. II. W. II.. etc
GO OUT TODAY!
Just off the car line, H square which Is an
added feature for comfort. Five mlnutse
walk from beautiful Lincoln Fark.
Salesman on Premises Dally Sunday,
PHONE M. 4841.
Sample House Open Dally. Sunday. P. M.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
THIS GREAT BARGAIN
$3,450 $3450
New ( room and large attlo bungalow, lo
cated at Hvuttsvllle. built for owner, who
cannot occupy It. "Every convenience you
could wish for In a I5.MH) house. Concrete
front porch; also rear porch: con
crete walks; tiled bath; set-In wash
tubs: hot-water heat; open fireplace;
gaa range; electric lights, IJght, airy, con
crete cellar. Will accept a small cash pay
ment and balance on monthly payments of
129.10 from a well recommended purchaser.
Do not miss this bargain. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Address BOX 346, Times office.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
On 1100 rash and 115 month at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop
postal, telephone, or call on WM. II.
RITCHIE. 418-419 Colo. bldg. Tel. M. 104.
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
,
McCHAY REFRIGERATOR 'COMPANY.
Refrlgetators That Are Unequaled.
-11 f ST. JV5. W.
ire Build and Repair Refrigerators.
Oopyrlght, 1116, by the
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DEATHS
BOlJANDOn Wednesday, November- . IMA
at J:45 p. m., Mrs. BRIDGET T. BOLArD,
In the alxty.sjecond year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 3 S street
northeast, Friday, November 10, at 8:10 a.
m thence to St.1 Martin's Church, where
mass wll be said. Interment at Mt. Olivet
Cemetery. l
IN MEM0RIAM
(Natleee for this column are accepted at t
cents flat, either prose or poetry, In cats no
tice does not exceed ten lines. And IS cents
for each line In excess of ten.) ,
'UNDERTAKERS
Embalmem. Funeral Directors.
J. .WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND LIVERX.
832 Pa. nve. N. W.
Telephone M. list. WASHINGTON. D.
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS,
Tra.
801 East Capitol St.
Line.
W. R. SPEARE,
(OP St. Blnln 4280-4ZS1.
F. A. SPEARE SONS,
1208 II St. N. W. Blnln 108.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
443 7th St. 8. XV. BInlu 1870.
THOMAS M. HINDLE.
Blh ad II Sta. TV. tV. Slain 037.
. , O. D. JENKINS,
03 II St. Tt.rXV. Blaln 4804.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
101,1 Tth St. N. W. Main 1000.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
1337 BOth St. N. W. North 47,
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
8034 BI Bt. N. W. Weil 00.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
1241 Wisconsin Aye. West S04.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,
1014 Blaaaacbuaetfa Aye. Blaln 8420.
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT,
3008 Pa. Are. Weat 1P1 1B00.
ULRICH &. durdette;
IftSO AVIaconaln Are. Weat 050.
S. H. INES St SON, ING,
171S 14th St. North 1SD3.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
1S23 14th St. North 281.
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
2007-2011 Wlchola Ave. S. K. Line. 120.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
408 II St. N. E. Line. 524.
GEORGE W..WISE,
2000 BI St. Weat 138.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
816 II St. N. I. I.ln. .1404.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
730 llth St. 8. K. I.tnc. 1359.
HERBERT B. NEVIUS.
020 NeTT York Ate. Mnln 2587.
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every description moderate price,
OI'DE,
1214 r ST. N. W.
Vital Recordsi
Births.
David E. snd Jane I. Whltlptch. boy.
James O nnd Edith M. Thayer, girl.
I). Ernest and Edna V, Sands, girl.
William K. nnd Naomi II Schilling, boy.
Emery M. nnd Edith M. Scales, boy.
l-ester jj,nil Marv Muck, girl.
Joseph A. and Allco Johnson, girl.
Rolxs-t S., Jr., and Frances D. Jones, boy.
William nn-J Anna O. French, girl.
Oenrg-e nnd Tasla Cnrvellas. girl.
Alex Y. mid Eilna M. Ilruce. girl.
Mnshy ami llnwinan J. Baldwin, girl.
Wlllinni T. anil Edna F. Anderson, girl.
John W. nnd Rosalie .'ftorse. girl.
Ralston unit Lucy Matthews, boy.
Iwls II. nnd Slaud T Tlnhcr, girl.
George ami Mary ! Eskrldge. slrl.
James and M.imle Berry, Klrl.
Marriage Licenses.
William Wllrlimr and Pearl Webb, both of
CllfiOii Forsc, Va.
Robert Hall nnd Lillian V Proctor, both of
Washington. .
Lmnlcl R. Fisher. Greensburg. Pa., and Rosa
K. llrnniner. Everett. Pa.
John U Norwood and Spottsylvanla Silver.
Iioth of Washington.
Deaths.
Andrew B. King, 49 yrs 2146 F at. nw.
Ilesle M. Walker. 43 yrs.. 1320 R st. nw.
Catherine E. Freeman, M yrs., 2319 Wisconsin
nve. nw.
Robert Nealv, 75 yrs., St. Elizabeth's Hos.
George H. Johnson, 7a jrs Georgetown Unlv,
Hos.
Edward Tucker, S4 yrs, Providence Hos,
Emma Wright, 71 yrs., Sibley Hos.
John Wells. 60 yrs., rear of 1114 3rd st. ew.
Charlea W. Haves, 45 yrs., Geo. Wash.Jtnlv.
Hos,
Clara M. Goldsmith, 52 yrs , 3225 Volta place.
Audlan I'axson, 4" yrs.. 235 15th st. se.
George E. America, Mjrs., St. JSllzabeth's
Hos. (
Marie C. McKeever, S dye., Geo. Wash. Univ.
Hos,
Mary A. Carter. 74 yrs.. 24IS I st. nw.
Emma Ross, 32 yrs.. Freedmen's Hos.
Samuel N. Smith, 20 yrs,, 1511 Corcoran at.
nw
rearllne .1 Anderson. 2 in,. 10G Capt. ave. ne.
John Smith !3 rs., 15.'3 II st.-ne.
Nellie notilnAin. 4U rs Ml 2nd st." sw,
George Hsrvey. li yrs., 227 BH st. sw.
Henry J. Clavton, 41 yrs,, St. Elizabeth's Hos.
Bernlce Randall, 5 mns . 130(1 Corcoran st. nw.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
WANTED 1300 on first mortgage loan on Dis
trict real estnte for 90 davs, bonus. Address
BOX 333, Times office.
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS .AT
5 anil 6 per cent; IJOO to I5.0T0; on residence,
apartment, or business property; straight
note or monthly payments; cun be arranged
In three days. PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO..
1413 Q N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN on real
estate: Ibwmi
rales; prior payment
nrliH....,! t...
.... wi i-n jr. iiiTTiTtnirfiTn ... ...T
' uoneyto loan-iso to -m.w-o1TdTc:
real estate. Soveral trust funds. 41 to I per
I rent. All transnctlona conducted with eooo
l omical consideration for borrowers.
' WM. II. HAU-iDKHH & (."O.
Southern' Building. 607 llth st N. W.
Frees Publishing Co.
Specnail Notices
iii 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 n i m i m 1 1
" "
:: dThis man votes for ::
:: Central Armature Works ::
:: THERMS
REASON
Classified Advertising- Manager:
If you need anything In
tho lino of dynamos or re
pairing calj Central Armature
Work, (30 Sth "at., and get' the
belt and the most reasonable
prices, I can recommend them
because they have served me
the best of an, concern I have
yet to deal w th. If you want
your money's worth go there.
Youra truly. HOHACB LEWIS.
1S00 Newton at.
Phone Main 3661
: : Agent Robtiins & Myers.
Dynamos and Motors. '
;; Only shop In Washing-
'.'. ton selling and repairing :
dynamos and motors ex-
'.'. clusively. ;
Get Our Prices Before
Buying Elsewhere.
;: New and Second-Hand
."' Motors Always in Stock.
CENTRAL
ARMATURE
WORKS,
430 Fifth St. N. W.
i-M'i 1 1 IiVm him i-i i -i-i-i-i-
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PERPETUAL
BUILDINa ASSOCIATION at llth and E
sts. N. W on Monday, November 13, 1916. at
7.30 p. m.. for election of directors, consider
ation of the annual report and all other ap
propriate business. By order of the Board
of Directors. J. W. CARR. Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICES
Wll, II. IllCUAItn.K. Attorney.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DI3-
TRICT OP COLUMBIA. Holding Probate
Court. Estate of Brlttanla C. Reed, deceased.
No. 22,3i9, Administration Docket 62. The
notification aa tn the trial of Issues In this
rae relating to the validity of the paper writ.
Ing. dated the 2Cth day of December. 1915,
purporting to be the last will and testament
of Brlttanla C. Reed, deceased, having been
returned as to David Reed and Henry Reed's
unknown lielra, and to Ardella Edwards "not
to bo found." It Is this 23t-h day of October.
1916. ordered that the Issui4 be set down for
trial on the Tth day of December, 1116. and
that this order and the substance of said Is
sues to wit:
1. Was tha se.ld Brlttanla C. Reed lit the
time of the making and subscribing or of tha
acknowledging by her of the said paper writing
of sound and deposing mind and capable of
executing a valid deed or corjtractT 2. Was
the said paper writing, dated the 20th day of
December, 1915, purporting tn lie the last will
and testament of Brlttanla C. Reed, deceased,
executed aa required Hy law 7 3. Waa the said
paper writing dated the 20th day of Decem
lr, 1915, obtained or the execution thereof
procured from the said Brlttanla O. Reed,
deceased, by undue Influence of James II. N.
Waring or any other person or perinnaf (.
Was the said paper writing dated the 20th
day of -December, 1914. obtained or the ex
ecution thereof or the subscription thereto
procured from the said Brlttanla C. Reed,
deceased, by coercion, fraud or duress prac
ticed upon the said Brlttanla C. Reed by
James H. N. Waring, or any other person or
persons
shall be published once a week for four
weeks In the Washington Law Reporter anl
twice a week for the sante period In The
Washington Times. WENDELL P. STAF
FORD, Justice. (Seal) Attest: JAMES TAN
NER, Register of WJUs for the District of
Colur-bla. Clerk of the Probate Court.
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE DID
TRICT OF COLUMBIA. New Arcado Com
pany, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Michael J.
Fltzslmmons. Joseph Do Vlto, defendant.
No. 42709. .The object of this suit Is to re
cover twenty-five and 63-100 dollars with In
terest from July 29, 1916, and to have Judg
ment of condemnation or certain property of
the defendant levied on under an attachment
Issued in this suit to satisfy the plaintiff's
claim. It Is, therefore, this 25th day of Oc
tober, 1916. ordered that tho defendant appear
In this Court on or before the fortieth day,
exclusive at Sundavs and legal holidays, after
the day of the first publication of this order'
to defend this suit and show cause why said
condemnation should not be hod, otherwise
the suit will be proceeded with as In case
of default. Signed M. M. DOYLE, Judge.
A true copy. Test: V O. AUKAM, Cleric.
By R..A. BRYANT. Assistant Clerk.
PROPOSALS
OFFICE OFi TltE- COMMISSIONERS Or
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washing
ton, November 9, 1916. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office. Room, 509, District
Building, until 2 o'clock T. M., November 16,
1M6, for furnishing and delivering one auto
mobile passenger cost not to exjeeed 11,200.00,
for u-e In the Pollen Department. Specifica
tions and form of proposal may be obtained
uik)h application to the Purchasing Officer, D,
C. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWN
1X1W, CHARLES W. KUTZ, Commissioners,
I). C ;
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT or COLUMBIA. Washing
ton, November 6th, 1916. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office, room 609 District
Rulldlng, until 2:00 o'clock P. M., December
Cth, 1516, for furnishing and delivering cart
Iron lamp posts and accessories. Specifica
tions and form of proposal may be obtained
from the Purchasing Officer, D. C, room S2
District Rulldliy. OLIVER P. NEWMAN.
loi'is nnowNixjw, charles w. kit.
Commissioners, D. C.
By C. M. Payne

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