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TfiE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 21; 191G.
BALTIMORE BOY, HELD
AS SPY, IS RELEASED
Yfuth Named O'Connor Enlisted
In Canadian Regiment as
Muller and Was Arrested:
BALTIMORE, tfov. 21. One Ilaltl
nere boy who went to the defense of
the, allies as a member of a Canadian
regiment' failed to meet heroic death
04 the nrlng- line, or even to get to
th front.' But he Is safely back In
the United States after being1 saved
from ft spy's fate through efforts of
Congressman J. F. C. Talbott and
He Is Daniel O'Connor, who has
been somewhat of n soldier of fortune
since ho was sixteen years old, whon
he left home to make his own way In
an adventurous, world. As yet he In
not twenty-one years old and has seqn
far the larger part of the United
States, besides the Inside df an Ensr
llh military prison.
His brother, Joseph A. O'Connor,
told what ho know of Daniel's spy ex-
garience. He has visited his home.
r but once slnco his departure flvo
Name Led Hint Into Trouble.
Sometime ago he wrote that he had
enlisted In a Canadian rctrlment and
was going to the front.
But the thing he did not tell was
that he enlisted under the nnmo ot
Muller. Though his mother Is of Ger
man descent, his family Is at a loatl
to understand why he assumed the
honest old Teutonic namo under
which to anllst In an English regi
ment, except out of dare-deylltry.
This was not learned until the fam
ily got a letter from him, stating that
he was In a military prison In Liver
pool under suspicion of being a spy.
Exactly how it happened the family
does not yet know, but It Is practi
cally certain that tho German flavor
of his assumed name started an in
vestigation, resulting In the discov
ery that his real name was O'Connor.
The German and Irish combination
was a little too much for the matter-of-fact
English military mind es
pecially after the Irish rebellion.
O'Connor nhnwrrt In Vila 1tttr that
the danger of his being "led up
against the Vail" was very Immi
nent. "Marae Fred" to Itesene.
Then the family got busy, gathered
oh evidence as was necesasry to
prove his American citizenship and
enlisted the aid of "Marae Fred" Tal
bott. The data was examined by
members of the State Department
and It was discovered that Daniel
wu not yet of legal age.
Full Information was forwarded
through Ambassador Page to Consul
Horace Lee Washington, at Liver
pool. The English military authori
ties were satisfied with proof of his
American citizenship and of his
Full Investigation of. his conduct
while In the service failed to con
firm the "spy" suspicion, so he was
released and allowed to come back to
the United States.
According to the last letter from
htm. he Is In New York, inclined to
settle down to the .calm life of this
at present prosperous and peaceful
OLD POINT COMFORT
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH
NEW YORK and BOSTON
Dally from 7th Street Wbnrf, 43 pjb.
ty Ticket OfOce. 781 134b. St. If. W.
NORFOLK AND WAHIUNGTO.V
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
a Brparats Locked Booms, 17,00 Month Up.
Kerchints' Transfer & Storage Ce.
Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W.
X?Atlmma rhAtrfultv tmn- WICfirMtTKH'a
IMDi . M W Mm. Uln 1 1
DEE MB tor best Prices i and sattatactory ser-
Ties. THE PEOPLE'S BTORAQE AND
BAf IIXiOJ, ! Ull II, ... VT.
' "SAFETY FIRST."
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF BTOnAOa.
UNITED STATES BTORAOE CO..
ftsons, K.OO and up. Moving, Packing,
rbons Main iia. 4U-410 10th st. nw.
free moving (or ator
sge. N. B343 Of N. 3344.
A STOUAOB CO U13
H. NlKht Pb. N. 0002.
MniMNir. PADDED VANS
Phons M. lmt-tOU.
11M H Strset N. W.
4TTORAOB PACKINO AND BHIPPINO.
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCRAY REFRIOERATOR COMPANY,
Refrigerators That Ars Unequaled.
411 F BT. N. W.
17s Build and Repair Refrigerators.
"'MATTER, POP" And We Thought
1 r ' ' U r
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RICHARD'S FOUNTAIN PEN SHOP
Largest stock of all the popular
makes of Fountain Pens In tho city.
A gift that Is always appreciated.
Expert Pen Repairing.
143P I'KNNBYl.VANIA AVE.
Xmas gifts for the
Vfholo family. Buy
000 Pa. Ave,
the place you buy tho thlngi for your
Thankeglvtng dinner; th beet and
cheapest. 'MS La. ove. Main S085.
0 Dottles of Assorted
Port, Sherry, Sweet Ca
tnnrba, and Blackberry
Wine, 91.00, Bl.28 and 4)1.80
Delivery. Promptly Fill
ed. Phone M. 0102.
(Bottled In Bond)
4J20 4H St. . W.
Ira II. Jones, Met.
WASHINOTON SCHOOL OF
Classes now forming. Privets treatment
given for Chronlo and Aeuts Diseases. Opn
eultatlon and Examination free. J. Shelby
Riley. D. D Dean: Rosalie M. Mjnpson. D.
C. Secretary. Ull P at N. W. Phons Mala
ltd. Office Hours. to .
PI A NO Pup"" desired: eipectal attention
rlAlNUgin to chlldrn. MRS. RENJ.
P. OIDRS. S12S 14th at. N. W. Col. 1765-J.
M4T IsTtf ST., NEAn COLUM11IA ROAD.
MISS 8. W. KELLY, PRINCIPAL.
LOST AND FOUND
FRIDAY afternoon, small white
West Highland terrier. Re
ward vill be paid for return to
1527 18th st.
POINTER DOG-Female: white and
spots. Reward. 1430 141h St. w. w.
CHAIN MEDAL Inscribed "Rose May."
Lost Sunday, November 1. Reward, 1711
Wisconsin ave. N. W. 1
WHrTE POODLE DOG with colar and chain;
loat Saturday morning. Reward 14 K nw.
DOG Boston terrier; whits bresat snd whits
front paws; snswers to nsme of Mike. Re
ward. 110 14th at. N. E.. after 4.
HELP WANTED MALE
BOY Aa apprentice, to Irarn bookbinding.
GEO. A. SIMONDS. MJ-10 F at. N. V?.
BOY Intelligent, of good else, to work on
hucketer wagon; good Job to the right
party: good wages. Csll st 24 F st. N. W. 1
BOY With wheel, for tsllor;
Apply at once. 1M1 Conn, ave.
BOY Young colored, as porter.
LUBT, tKB E st. N. W.
BOT for soda fountain; one with bicycle pre
ferred. Apply HOi and 11 N. E
BOY Colored, with wheel. Apply O. L.
1IU8KE OPTICAL CO.. 1IH at. N. W.
BOYS Over 16 years, with
bicycles, can find profitable
and healthy employment from 4
to 9 p. m. daily, or for entire
day. WESTERN UNION TEL-
EGRAPH CO., 1401 F St. N.W.
COOKS Vegetahle. 140: help In all depart
ments. BUROESS HOTEL AGENCY, (01
10th St. N. W. 1
FEEDER Job prese. an porter. CHAB. H.
POTTER & CO., 431 11th et. N. W.
YOUNG MAN with some experi
ence in show card writing for
department store work; perma
nent position. Apply supt.,
HECHT & CO., 513-517 7th st.
MAN Colored, for housework snd fires.
Eye st. N. W.
MAN Married, white, with small family,
can find permanent position aa general
farmhand at good wagce; houie rent and
fuel free. Apply fiUPERINTENDENT,
Woodward ft Lothrop's. 1
MAN To drive delivery wagon; boy to de
liver orders on wheel; wheel furnished. E.
T. GOODMAN. Arcsde Markets.
nnmnin MAN fn teVe ram nf hnrafta r
prlenced. LIVERY STABLE, rear US Eye
N" va. !
WANTED Men prepare as firemen, brake-
men, electric motormen. colored train por
tera: hundreds put to work. 163 to 1100 month:
no experience necessary; M0 wanted In New
York; nsme position wanted. INTER RAIL
PAINTERB-Three. lTi'RUEX, 801 P St.
PARCEL DELIVERY MEN-Experlenced;
permanent work; give references from last
employer. POX 14. Times office.
FLUMRERfi' APPRENTICE-Apply to NEW
MT. VERNON SEMINARY, Nebraska and
Massachusetts aves. N. W. 1
PRESSER at once.
336 Pa. ave.
rRESSER At once. Apply
101H th st. N. W.
SALESMAN Experienced furnlahlnga goods
salesman. Apply MAX DAVID, 70S 7th at.
N. W. 1
rHa Got J
-i I . . . ' e-. 1
TiAV -tE WONT
WUfl I M
HELP WANTED MALE
TEN CATHOLIC MEN to cover the Dlstrlot
of Columbia, also msn to travel. BOX H,
WANTED FIrst-olasa dlvores lawyer.
dress ROX H, Times office.
university graduate to girs Individ.
ual Instruction and coach for consular ex
amination: state term. ROX 21, Times of
fice. HELP WANTED FEMALE:
APPRENTICES to lesm French dressouttlng,
dreeimaklnr. designing: and millinery! good
positions furnlehed after learning. NEW
YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY, U1S Q It. !
CHORUS OIRLB EiDerlcnced or Inexpert
enced: road show, now rehearsing. Cat 1 4
today. FRANK VARDELLE, Tyres Hotel,
4tn ana a n. w. i
OIRL for general homework; no waihlng.
SOT mn st, N. W. I
OtnLB White bathroom; chambermaids.
white. Apply TlALEiai! HOTEL.
QirtLS WANTED Apply OEO. P. KILLIAN
papeb vox. CO., h, l'a. aye, n. w.
LAROE CIGAR MANUFACTURER Intend
opening branch factory In Alexandria, will
require large number of girls to learn trade
of cigar making; pay while learning II per
wees nrsi tour weexa; per weea serona
four, after which an average girl ahould earn
IS per week ami gradually Increaao as ahe
becomea proficient; experienced girls earn 13
to 414 per week, oci-ordlng to speed. Address
application to J. T. PRESTON. Secretary,
Chamber of Commerce. Alexandria, Vs.
PERMANENT petitions for bright young
women between the sges of It and til ap
plicants muit be 6 ft. 4 In.; paid while learn-
iiB. civm i i, in. it, m p. in. .vvu., ut. hi,
and Thura., Nov, It. Apply to the Telephone
School. 73 Ilth at. N. W.
WOMAN Colored, for general kousework;
small family. 1(0 7th St. N. W.
Halo and Female.
BOY OR OIRL to answer phone; white or
colored. ELLIOTT, HOP U st. N. W. 1
VIOLIN LESSONS At your home by expert,
enced teacher; Instrument furnlehed If da-
sired. ROX tl. Times office.
POSITION for lsdy 'cellist; plesss answer by
letter. BOX 81. Times office.
FOR RENT ROOMS
D BT. N. W 111 Two rooms front: h. k.;
urge alngle rooms; I. h. k.: good heat. 1'
11th BT. N. W.. 0142 rooms furnished
complete for housekeeping. 45 per week;
other rooms. tS and 41. SO per week; tran
alents. COc and Ite per night. !
tth ST. N. W 140S Nli-ely furnished room;
Ind floor: 44 per month.
PACIFIC; HOTEL, 4U9 14th St. N. W.-Mod.
rms. by dy. wk., or mo. : spec rts. to perm.
LINCOLN HOTEL. 10th and II N. W. Spe
cial rates on rooms; modern conveniences. 1
CLIFTON BT. N. W., llOJThres rooms, bath.
hot-water heat; electric lights and teie
phone! facing Central High School.
With or Without Board,
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 1114 Furnlehed rooms
with board; one lsrgs, ons small; southern
exposure: IS and 410.
UNFURNISHED room: alcove or kitchenette;
heat and gas; within twelvn squares of
John Marshall place; couple with ons child.
BOX 13. Times office. 1
J-OR HIRJE AUTOMOBILES
1760 Euclid Street N. W. "
NEW FIREPROOF III'II.DING Pltl ATE
TELEPHONE. ALL OUTSIDE ItbOMS.
ELECTRIC ELEVATORS. RECEPTION
PARLORS. HIGH CLASS SERVICE.
6 Rooms and 2 Hnths, $70.00
the Washington loan & trust co
th and f stb, n w
CORNER I7TH AND WILLAItl) HTRKETB.
1 room snd bath. In S rooms and hath.
Rents. ::.w to lto.no.
New apartment; nil outalile rooms; two elec
tric elevator; telephone In each apartment
with sll-nlglit service; furnished and unfur
nlehol. Apply to J. N. RUTH, on Premises.
11 near 16th et. n, w,
1, 3, 4 and 6 room nnd both.
$:o.M to JRo.
Furnished If rieelred.
Fireproof and strictly up-to-date.
PPR HOUR Peclsl rstee for Utpa,
P rni IHJUU Phone Lincoln 4S.
CAREFUL WHITE CHUFFKUna.
1.00 PER HOUR
Columbia 3121. Owner Driving.
SI and $1.25 PER HOUR
PHONE L. 144. Day or Night.
PHONE N 7R0 A. II. Walker, cloed snd
open; new Ford rare, special attention to
ladlea, day or night eervlce.
TAYI SERVICE. Trips. Mo, 7tc. 4100.
I HAI By tne hour jj.a ,n,i JLW
Call West 44 Day and Night.
TOURINO CAR t-passenger; splendid condi
tion throughout; I need rash quick and will
sell dirt cheap. Rear 1619 L st. N. W.
CHALMERS S-pasrengcr touring; perfect run
ning condition; newly painted; financial
condition forces me to take any reaeonable
offer. Rear HIS 16th at. N. W.
HUDSON TOURINO CAR. 4-cyl.. with lots
of extra equipment. UNOERER MOTOR
CO.. 1136 Conn. ave. N. W
MRS. MAMIE STEVES $,PrJgUMAL
Readings dally; seancea Tues. A Thurs. svee.
1 p. m.; Frl.. 1 p. m. L.1014; in N.J. avs se.
MRS. H. M. NOLAN SfiTiMr i.
Readlnga dally, spiritual ae-vlcp Sunday ,iin'
Thurs. even'a. llninbay, apt. II 1317 II ne.
MDC DflTU Spiritual Medium. Be
IVlrVO. r.KJ 1 lltnces Tuea. A Thuri.
svs.; resdlngs dally. 1030 8th nw.. above Lib
UDC WHITP "00 Cth " Beancee
mKo. wnnc Suni Wedi A rrli s p,
m.. prlv. dally. Anacoalla con pass. L.3066-W.
MRS. BROWNELL, aalrvoysnt Trance Me
dium: tells pest, present, future, buslneia,
horns, heslth; gives names, etc Seance Sun.,
I p. m. Wed,, p. m. too I nw. M. 4034.
Miss La Points SMV .'JS.
queetlons answered. 2Sc.Jlll Ilth st. N. W.
MRS. J. E. MALTDY, 8P1RITUAL MEDIUM7
iiu lotn st. nw. Meetings Aion., r.sv p. m.;
Wed., 2 p. m & Frl., 7:30 p, m 26c. A met
i ssgs to ssch. Dally readings, 41. N, 8143. 1
That She Was Smiling At Us!
H E 6o-rl
UR nilV Old sutomoblles, parts, wssts
VV A U U I mm. rmvm m.ltt, and ftlher
Junk. Phone or drop card and we will call
for asms. NATIONAL JUNK CO., TIT H st.
S. W. Ph. M. 717.
WANTED furniture, carpets and stoves of
all .kinds. Ws pay the price. Drop poatal
or ph. M. 1614. WIESENltERO'B, 641 La. avs.
UIOHE8T cash prices peld for all kinds see.
ond hand clothes. Drop card. B. WLA
DOVSKT. 1711 7th s Phons N. lis.
WE JIUT and sell aecond-hand clothing and
ahne. Drop postal I will call. F. BIL-
vr.usiAN, uco 7in at. N. w.
AN OLD-FASHIONED extension black wal-
nut or mahogany dining room table. Call
D. NOTES. 431L. svs. Msln 100.
Tn hit., m th hlvhnet noeatbla nrleea. all
kinds of old automobiles and parts. Our prices
sre honeat snd desllngs fair, ws also uuy ail
kinds of mstsls, rubber, bottles, rags snd
Iron. See us beforo going elsewhere. Phone
or send postal card. OHIO METAL CO., 417
Id St. B. W. Thone M. 7413.
CASH prices paid for worn clothing, either
lames' or mens; scna poiwi. u.
B. LIVINOBTON, 1211 Tth at. N. W. 1
WANTED TO HUY an les box, about M ft.
or thsreabouts; aultabla for market meat
stsnd. Apply !! La. ave. Pn. M. 2S. 1
rUKlNl 1 UKC tefc hind. (w,t ,rlcea.
M. 11ATMAN. 406 La. ave. rh. M. f.r-J. 1
Stop! Look ! Listen I &,flr,.i"S
waite paper, old automobiles, and other Junk.
We pay highest cash prlcta. Drop card or
phone, and ws will call and pay for asms
AMER. JUNIC CO., FRED C. BUTT. Mgr.
.t N ST. N. E. 4JJ PA. AVE. B. B.
Ph. Lin. M10. . Ph. Lin. 1487.
HIGHEST cash prices paid for old clothing,
shoes, old gold and silver jewelry. Drop
poetsl and I will call. L. ZUKEHMAN, Utt
M st. N. W.
CASH prices paid for worn clothing! either
lsdlesr or men's: send poatsl: will call. B.
TARBI1E8. 1108 7th at. nw.; Phone North O.
WANTED Furniture for cash. Bell your
'goods to the man who gives the moat
money. Bes HOPWOOD. tth and K. I
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, ste.
Phone M. 1W1 for wagun. or have us eat'.
"WESCHLER'S." Pa. ave. N. W. I
WE PAY epot cash for oil klnda of furniture,
stoves and carpets. Col. Ilaraaln House.
I. FELKES. 41 I -a ave N. W. M. W.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
New and slightly used. Easy
terms or special discounts for
cash. Save money, buy at
Eighth and PC
HICVCLE FOR HALE Flrat claas condition;
coaeter brake. 707 D el H. II. !
TWO OVERCOATS, X and IS; two sack cost.
10 and S, good condition, envap. uoom i.
4JI l!tJisL N;W. 5 to 7 p. tn
TOR HAI.K Three horf. Csll JOS
SCIILITZ BREWING CO., Ird st. ond Rsn
dolph place N. E., before 10 n m. T
BEDROOM SL'lTKrt-Tvio for sale. K09 CM
FOR BALE Cheap, tv.o electric floor sur
facing machines Cult 1.14 13th at. N. W.
GENT'S WINTER .TITS, cuntnm made,
and 40, i, earn. iui" rorinf r piace.
ANVR'WV wlin wants to find nn antique
ahuul fur wrap or ilerrritiun. will llnil
a rr rare Olio, 3't )anls lung, with Mra.
17. T. HRINTONi 1214 11th t , at home
THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Any rotor floor
etaln-; recular II vnlucf. fl.;u kbI. dellv.
Floor oil lf ml. NAT I. HARDWARE CO..
14.S 7th it. N. W. I'll. N VM.
FOR HALE Wall Show Ciirr. 7x7; eliding
glues doors, 4 Oruurr' ! 3 dining room
chnlrs. leather scuts Call at torner 3rd and
Mnee ave. N. E.
ONI 40 SIZE aelrnkhan collar overcoat, nil
wool black kerey c.oth ellk eatln quilted
lined. FpecUl t:0.'C. 1ItlEl LANDER liROS.,
4:1 atn t. rs ; v .
Fl'RHlJidy going to Florida for wlnte- will
etcrlflce her valuable fur coat, nt cr worn,
viortli IH4). III ucrept any reaifjiiabU offer. '
b'.o hnndrome fit of UiMlion rnl fun, north
145, lor i eto e nnd latest t.iurr lor JU lll.l
CLVIIt, llli Eye at. N. W. 1
WORKINflMEN You rnuld not olTer a rea-
sonabln excuee for not IiuvIiik from ui. If
we ran fit ou It e n sure ami moat ren.iu
ssle, I li new ini nt ii.mi io j.i mr ira'ie
mnkere; rImi Ik-bi tailored slightly need suite
15 to 110 Jl'STH'H OLD STAND. l l. 1
PAINTER, paperhatigcr. planlrrer, kalsoinl-
ner; room papered, 13, pointed, 1-.75. P.
OOLDIll.ATT, la Ps. avs. N. W. Ph. M. 1647.
Mattresses and Box Sprincs.
HAVE fot!R MATTRESOES mads over Ilk
new. All elres 11.60. Drop postal. EAOLE
REDD1NO CO., U04 7th sL N. W. Ph. N.
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED Save money on
window shades, sleeping porch curtains,
BHiiliiRs made, liunc. repilrcd. WALTER J.
IMWCTORjCO , 511 11 N. W. M. 14M. t
Oeod auallty opsqus. lieet quality n.1
ttted to yoar H C .paque; nung :(.
atodow TJLfree UU
Ws call Kith eamolea. Pb. Line. 471.
LET us eatlmme on your Vacuum Cleaning
and floor pvtlahlng; vacuum cleaners for
sate and rent; all popular makes. SANI
TARY METHODS CO.. 1103 14th. ' N. 6140.
VACUUM CLEANING, IS PER DAY.
Ylth expert operator, hand or electric clean-
sre for rent. 41.60 nnd up p?r day,
NATL VAC'UM SALES CO..
MAIN 4iy.. tth AND D STB. N. W.
HONEST WORK HONEST PRICES.
Competent workmav Prompt service.
41 II St. N. W. Phone M 1411.
CARPETS THORO AND CAREFULLY
cleaned: tugs woven from old carpets, msu
tresses renovated. Estlmatea rum. ALRERT
KAHLERT CO.. tti-B it, S. W. M. 10:4,
m J r
APARTMENTS TO LET
1800 Eye Street N.W.
BUITE8 OP S AND 1 ROOMS AND BATH.
ELECTRICITY FOR ELECTRIC RANGES,
REFRIGERATION. LIQHTB, ALL-NIOIIT
ELEVATORS AND TELEPHONE SERVICE.
J. F. CONWAY, Owner,
ON PREMIBE8. PHONE MAIN 1041. .
110 1RVINO ST. N. W.
Fire rooms snd bath ttiM
WILCOX, HANE St CO., Inc.,
1410 P st N. W. Phons Msln iM4,
FOR RENT tlnfiirnlehrd narta.: Vers
choice; at Lincoln Park: S rooms, bath,
etc., :o.so up. 11. c. cOLEmutsii w
1101 A at. 8. E.
1140 niltmoro at. . .
4 rooms, reception hall, bath ,. Itt.09
DION 8. fllRNEY, 430 Southern Bldg.
THE OWABCO, 11 n ST. N. IB. 44.
large, bright rooms and bath: In
flrst-clais condition; steam beat;
electric lights; telephone: conven
ient lo both csr lines: 133.
Lincoln ave. sad R St. N. E. Ph. N. tilt.
THE NEW I1ERNE, 12th and Mass. avs. N.
W. 6-room and bath, nicely furnished; all
outside rooms; will rent furnlehed for period
or from I to 4 months. Apply The New Berne,
or phone North 5991.
1014 1 BT, H. L live oooms and bath; hot.
water heat; two porches! llt.CO.
FOR SALE HOUSES
.'JAMESON HOMES." '
1009 to 1021 EST. N. E.
CORNER WITH BUILT-IN GARAGE.
Six laige all outside rooms, tiled bath; hot
water heat; hardwood flnlah; ateel construc
tion; servant's toilet; extra Urge laundry
tube; pxpenetvs fixtures: sleeping porch (ull
width of house. Ten minutes' walk from
Union Station and Government Printing Of
fice. OPEN DAILY AND BUNDAY.
THOMAS A. JAMESON,
41 New York ave. N. W. Phone North 4011.
"Phono For Our Free Auto Service,."
LOOK, LOOK, nARGAIN, HOME8EEKERS.
B24 HALL PLACE N. W.
A aacrlflce 4 rooms, bath and sleeping
porch; up-to-date In .every particular; high
altitude; good air; overlooks Naval Observa
tory; no reasonable offer refuted. I'iione Col.
L. 8. PREUNINQER. KCO 14th at.
At ths right pries. In one of ths COMING
sections ef Washington.
1601 to 1617 East Capitol St.
$3,875 to $4,500
Small Caah Payment, Balance Monthly.
All the Advantage That Oo With the Modsra
Built Home. 8lx Large Booms and
Tiled Bath. It. W. II.. etc,
GO OUT TODAY!
Jaat err the car line. H square-whlch'ls aa
added feature for comfort. Five minutes
walk from beautiful Lincoln Park.
lialesman on ITrmlees Dally Sunday.
PHONE M. 4444.
Sample Houee Open Dally. Sunday. 4 P. 11-
Masseuse and Nurse,
Expert ami Hclcntlllo Hotly MassaBe.
S. W Corner 17th nnl H N. Vv .
Snnltnr real rooms after treatment.
Home nnd hotel by appointment. Con
tinuation anil licensed offices. No np
polntmvntu made nrnl no consultations
ufter 8 p. in.
KNTltANCK 1"B2 17TH ST.
Prlvntf wnltliiK rooms for ladles.
Simula Ryon tiFln?l3!i'l
massage, ehampoolng. manicuring, hslr cut
ting a prclali. Ph. M. 03 C i:th nw.
Mioi f M Msnlcurlng and Pcslp Treat.
I.M-Air ment. 714 7tti St. N. W.
Apart.JPhere Main 7415. J
WILL pay reward for Information aa to
whereabouts of Mrs, J. I'. Collins, formerly
of Haltlmore addrees. Address BOX 82, Times
TVTn"? V.T.T.TS Msnlcurlng and Seal
AlUS. iLiljlO Trestm.ou 714 11th st
N. W.. eecoiJl floor front.
Mice RAlTil FYBC,,I",I "aesage for
'"-' iinuui. rlicutimtlsm poor elr-
iruistion. su ivenois oiog , mn ana u sts. Ph,
M. Ki. lira. a. m. to 6 p. m. Open Sun.
MISS JAMERONManlcurl,t nd
(II30 Jftll-iKy',npo4y. houra 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. Ull N. Y. ave. N. W sec, floor.
600 UNCLAIMED SUITS snd overcoats from
Haltlmore pawnbroker! to be sold from 43
to IM at once. SAM'S OLD STAND. 7S1
Hi st. S. W. J
snd res.: open Sun.
scalp treatment, manl.
1? aUnrfliiniia hat tl.i.l
and res.; open Kim. Mrs. M. Cohen.'l! K.
nola bldg. Main 1W9-J.
Marilda Williams and Miss Berry
Manicuring. Hslr Dressing. Shampooing. Scalo
Treatment. 704 Hth at. N. W.. aptVll. M. 14411
LOUISE MAIER P'ropody. Manlcur
, , irtii-i ,nr ltat( xl0,etraJr
facial massage, acalp trratmsnts. All branches
taught. Hrs. 9 to 7. 308 Kenols Rldg.. 11th
en a u i. ... .. .. wi, vjpen ounasy.
MRS. ANDERSON ' '"V.. w.
Msnlcurlng. Scslp Treatment. Shampooing.' '
804 Seventeenth Street.
Over 30 Years' succeitful practice In the
uvcr ou i i-uis CUJ? of Cnron,e Nerr0UI
and apecla! Dlseasss of Men and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism. Const!,
nation. Pllea. Throat, Lungs, Brain, Heart.
Blood and Skin Diseases. Nsrvous Debility,
Kidney Dlsesses, Bladder Troublca, SpeclfU
Blood Polionlng. Eruptions. Ulcers, and All
Prlvata Diseases Cured for Ufa by Butt
406. Bacteria Vaccines, and all ths nsw st
ruma and antl-toalns admlnlstsred.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies.
1 Office hours! 10 to L 1 to 4; Sunday, 14 to U.
Copyright. 1114. by ths
BALL At his residence, 443 Second street,
November 17, Ull. RICHARD E. nALL.
"UNCLE DICK" made llfs better and
brighter for all who knew him, and the
memory of a life like this Is Its own ever.
Isstlng monument. N, C. HUNTER,
November 20, 114.
DEAKINS Suddenly, on Mondsy, November
20, Jilt, at :4S p. m., at her late residence,
IKS Eye street northeael, ANNIE E.
DEAKINS. beloved wife of the Ists Dsnnls
Funeral services from her Ists residence,
Thursday. November 21, at 2 p. m. Rela
tives and friends Invited to attend.
tNotlesa for this column ats accepted at (4
cents Bat, either pross or poetry. In case no
tice does net sxosed ten lines. And IS oents
for each line In excess ef ten.)
Embalmers. Funeral Directors.
J, WILLIAM LEE.
UNDEIsTAKKR ANT LIVERY.
ttl P-. eve. N. W.
Telephone M. 1MK, WASHINGTON. P. a
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS,
tOl East Capitol St. Line. S7X
W. R. SPEARE,
140 F St. Mnln 4280-4331.
F. A. SPEARE SONS,
ltoa n nt. w. tv. Mala ltw.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
44S Ttk St. S. W. Mala 18T0.
THOMAS M. HINDLE,
nth anal II Sis. IV. W. MaUe B8T.
O. B. JENKINS,
0 H St. If. W. Mala 480 4.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
1011 7th St. N. W. Mala 1080.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
1S37 10th St. N. W. North 47.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
MS4 M Bt. W. W. Weat DC
JAMES T. CLEMENTS SONS,
41 Wisconsin At, ffeil H04.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,
1014 Hasaachttsetts Are. Main 8430.'
ADOLPH J. SCHiPPERT,
SO08 Pa. Ave. West 1B1 1C0.
ULRICH & BURDETTE,
11120 Wisconsin Art. Weat 050,
S. H. HINES & SON, INC.,
1715 14th St. North 1B05;
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
1023 14th St. North 231.
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
1007,2011 Mchola Arr. S. F.. Line. 12.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
40S II St. N. E. Line. P24.
GEORGE W. WISE,
2000 M St. Weat 1SR.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
810 II St. N. K. Lin. 34(14.
HARRY M. PADGETT.
7.10 11th St. S. I?. Line. 1350.
HERBERT B. NEVIUS,
fCrt Nerr York Air. Mala 2T.S7.
Of every deccrrhtlon moderste prlc
U14 F BT. N. W.
- Vital Records,
llamond II. and Elizabeth II. Woodford, girl.
)Urr A. and Eu M. SchUltse, girl.
Joeeph A rnd Mirv Seymour, l.
Waller I. and Charlotte V. Reeves, girl.
Joeeph P. nnd Mnry . Par on," girl.
Antonio r.nu Mail., ullverl, li'iy.
Alexanili-r :.nd Marie l.l;nke. girl.
Ilumsey snd lYsnces St. C. Cave. boy.
Abrnhain A. and Cecelia Cordover, bn.
l.ouln F. and Margaret A. link. Ihi.
lrnnk E. and Hden 11. Urown, girl.
William A end Marnh A. lllrd, Blrl.
Thoinae 11, And Mamie L. Smith, bo.
Edward L. anil Margaret Jonra. girl.
Freddie and Lillian II. Hood bo.
William and Julia llankntt, boy.
Joeeph W. Urrhnrdt. llrentool, Md
Jiar Tereei Kieinneni, wasiungton.
Oeorgr P. Harmon, Norfolk, Va., and Emma
W Moon, Cambridge, Maes,
Thomas F. I.euts nnd Ella Allen, both of
Mary Kyle. 45 yrs N. Capt. A K sts.
Win livers, "Jvri U. S. Soldiers' Home Hos.
Mary C. Parlon, 33 yrs M7 MoFrla st. ns.
Margaret Kramer, 79 yra., 4K N. Y. ave, nw,
Chsrlrs A. Maxwell, 71 yrs 131J :ist st. nw.
Msry C. ltarron, 79 rs 1131 1. st. nw.
Joseph 8. McCoy, 77 yrs., C33 R st. ne.
John W. .Hunter. 81 yrs 13 11 st. ne.
Frank M. Uuy, 60 yre., Emergency Hos,
Mary V. Oroee, 3S yia., SIS) P st. nw.
lVanccs Taylor, 73 yrs.. a 13th st. ns.
8)ncer U Webb, ?.' yrs., 2 Hanover et. nw.
John Alexander. 36 yrs., 1604 Corcoran it. nw.
Lein Montgomery. 54 jra., IS Hrowns ct. sw.
Iwls 11111, 6o rs.. 813 Del, ave. sw.
FOR RENT STORES
Ho: ilth ST. N. W. Store, with living qumr-
ters sbove, rent ISO; Improvemenu mtde ta
suit dealrable tenant. Apply MANAOER. Tbs
PORTNER. 15th r,d 1) ite N. W.
3 CASH and 111 monthly'buys new 6-room
home, large lot, fenced; excellent water; ons
car fare. J. M. EARNEST, Mt. Rainier. Md.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
On 4100 raah and 416 month at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop
postal, telephone, or call on WM. II.
RITCHIE. 111-414 Colo, bldg. Tel. M. 1441,
FOR RENT Eight-room house; Takoma
Park. Md.; 43); a. m. I. BOX S6, Tlmea of
Orange groves, developed, on monthly pay
ments; free bookets. HOWEY, 110 1 H st. N.W.
Press Publishing Co.
F. J. Schoenbauer & Bros.
musical repairing, mirrors msds and rs
si vered, upholstering. reSnlshlng done;
window shades and screens mads to order;
house painting, boat work, stors fixtures;
all kinds of rerpodsllng. Phons M. 4041.
BRICKLAYER8 UNION, No. 1, D. C. B. K.
nd P. I, v., denies the right of any one
" solicit ads for any Journal, program er
ether form of advertisement In their name.
By order of Trustees, J. B. GLEASON, J.
SrUMPIIREY. M. PSULLIVANj
THE CORCORANaALLERT"or ART
will be cloaed to the publlo from Thursday
morning, November 2Jd, until Bundsy"after
non. December 17th, lilt, for the Installation
SLuJ.h.VBIXTI1 EXHIBITION OF CONTEM
fO'JAIJV AMERICAN OIL PAINTINGS. C.
POWELL MINNIOERODE, Director.
AUCTION SALES .
TIIOS. J. OWEN HON, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' BALE OFTEN THREE-STORY
BRICK BUILDINGS, NUMBERS 1107,
UJJl. HH' ua- 1. "1. iJi ON KEN
YON STREET N. W., AND JIM. 1106,
AND 1107 ON NINETEENTH STREET
Br VirtUa af r.rlaln A A nt ln..l lilt
recorded- In TJtuir tj, Kt trMitn v .i
of the land records of the Dlatrlct if Colum-
ui. mna at ins request of the party' secured
thereby, the underslgnsd truatees w.'ll ssll,
at publlo auction. In front of the premises,
?ILWIJDJiE8DAY. THE MTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER. A. D.. MM. AT TltrtEE O'fTirMTIC
V. M., ths followlng-deecrlbed land and prem-
", euuais in me bounty or wssnington.
District ot Columbia, and deslgnatsd as and
being Lots numbered fifty-two, fifty-four,
fifty-fire, flfty-slx, fifty-seven, fifty-eight,
fifty-nine, and sixty, sixty-two, snd sixty
three, In Charles II. Davidson's subdivision of
Lots In Block numbered 14, Ingleslde, said
block now being known as Square 1399, as per
plat recorded In the office of ths Surveyor
for the District ot Columbia, In Liber 45, at
Folio in; subject, however, to certain coven
ants of record.
THE TERMS OF SALE; Each of said lots
sold subject to a prior deed of trust for firs
thousand dollars, with ths exception ot lots
40 and 61, on each of which there Is a trust
of 49.000. and the amount over -and above
said trusts to be paid In cash. A deposit of
1100 on each lot will be required at time ot
eale. All conveyancing, recording, etc, at
cost of purchaser. Terma of aale to be com
piled with within IS days from day of aale.
otharwlae the trustees reserve the right to
reeeu ins property at the risk ana cost or
defaulting purchaser, after five daya' ad
vertisement of auch resale In some news
paper published In Washington. D. C.
II. BRADLEY DAVIDSON,
LUTHER B. FRI8TOB.
DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHEWB.
ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST CELERRAT.
BD PALMISTS AND LIFE-READERS.
STUDIO, 1318 14TH ST.
Without asking a question she will-tell you
the object of your call, giving names ot
friends, relative, and actual facts concerning
your life and circumstances which you know
to be absolutely true. THE MADAME
WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY FEE UN
LESS SHE OIVE8 THE UTMOST SATIS
FACTION. IMMEDIATELY RENEFITED
AND PERMANENTLY IIEI.PED HY CON
SULTINO HER AT ONCE. Hours 10 to 8.1
PROF. D. B7 BRUCE,
THE (inEAT AUSTRALIAN
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Can lie ronaultrd n all affairs. 1763A Wal
ter place S. E. Houra 9 a in. to 10 P. m.I
.Sunday, from 1 to 7 p. m. Ph. I. Inc. 1711
the" great the only
Wonderful Parnlat, Psychic and Seer
reads your innermost srereta like nn open
I ook, all about Love,' Law, Domestlo and
Iluslncas Affairs, hetpi ou to overcome
all troublre nnd surri-eila even In Urn molt
IirriPiilt fisee, WHEN ALL OTHERS
HAVE FAILED. Kpeelal readings, 50
unti nnd 41. Hours from 10 u in, to 7 p.
m. CLOSED SUNDAYS Permsnently lo
cated In Wathlngton In hit own home, 944
it in si .n vv,
MRS. R. LUSBY,
SCIENTIFIC HANDREADINO. NORMAL
CUMRVOYANT. Advises clients dally on
pereonnl nnd general matters through
PSYCHIC "Id. QUESTIONS snswred through
MENTAL CONCENTRATION. All latest
Tote Carde. EAST INDIA CRYHTAU Ladles
only. Closed Sunday. Open till i:30. 733 Uth
st. N. W., M floor. I.Ien,Ml.
EA8T INDIA MIRROR.
PALMIST AND FSYCHIC.
If In need of advice or help don't
fall to lilt him. He touched on every
subject of human Interest, Including
love, fa filly affairs, estrangements,
business, change of location, travel,
Kind snd sympathetic treatment ac
corded to all.
ROOM 609. 610. KENOIS BLDO.,
Cpr. Uth and O sts. N. W.
Washlngton'a noted Palmlet and ClalrroraaL
439 F st. N. W. Cor. 7th and F.
MME. FIELD Wh'n ".u consult her
you consult tho best. Re-
unites separated. Hrs. 10 to 10. i;:4 7th nw.
MRS. GAYER VHt.V'Z? cSlR
voysnt. Readings. 25c. Studio. 117 1st 8. W.
tsl Scientist; can be seen at her old address,
600 II st. N. W.. Id floor. Phone M. 4314.
MMP M A R I C Ths natural born medium
you In all affairs of love, matrimony, separa
tion and business. 411 L et. nw. M. 4141.
flONEYWANTED & TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; lowest'
rates; prior payment privileges; large
amounts TYLER& RUTHERFORD. 417 Uth.
MONEY TO LOAN-K0to 4600.040 on D. C."
real estate. Several truat funds, U to per
cant. All transactlona conducted with sow.
sm.'cal Consideration for borrowers.
WM. II. SAUNDERS CO,
Boutbel a Bul'dlng. 407 16th st. N. W.
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS AT
6 and 4 per cent; 1200 to 46,000; on residence,
apartment, or business property; strslght
nots or monthly payments; can bs arranged
In three days. PAUL V. MITCHELL CO..
111! Q N. W.
By C. M. Payno
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