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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURrJAT; JANUARY -6,' 1917.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
I AND ABOUT TOWN
Happenings of the Day
Various Paris of the
Nation's Capital.
in
"Americans are of the jrreatest as
sistance to the tlallan army in the
Alps," aakl Will Irwin, lecturing be
fore the National Geographic Society
at the New Masonic Auditorium yes
terday, "and these Americans who are
so helpful are plain Missouri mules."
Koads. made neceseary by the mili
tary campaigns, have been built "in
the mountains where It was almost
.Impossible even for the hardiest Al
pinist to penetrate before In winter
and up these "roada these Missouri
mules haul suns. food, and high ex
plosive shells Just as mules haul
things anywhere else.
These roads are triumphs of en
gineering skill and the men who ac
tually dus them are Italians who have
helped to construct such things as tne
Roosevelt dam. the Croton dam. and
other great engineering marvels n
America. Many of the engineers in
charge also haw had America n train
ing. The man who blew off the top
of the Col Di Lana and who ran the
famous gallery which enabled the
Italians to take Gorltia Is a graduate
of Cornell University.
There are places which even almost
superhuman engineering skill can
not 'construct roads and these peril
ous stretches are accomplished by
means of an aerial tramwar. tele
zerlcas the Italians call them.
Mr. Irwin .was probably the nrst
American war correspondent to wit
ness this fighting In the clouds and
highly commends Italian army hos
pitality. Obtains Co-operation.
A masquerade ball for Hebrew war
sufferers will be held at Convention
Hall Tuesday. February 27. The re
llaf committee In charge has obtained
the co-operation of all Hebrew so
cieties. To Talk on Filipino Folklore.
Folklore of the Filipinos, will be
the subject of a lecture by Dr. James
A. Robertson at a meeting of the
Story Tellers League next Friday
evening. The meeting will be held
In the oak room at the Raleigh, and
Is scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Small To Speak.
Dr. WHIard S. Small, prlnclpat of
Eastern High School, will address
the Home and School Association of
Monroe School next Thursday even
ing at 8 'clock.
PennaylTanlana To Meet.
The Pennsylvania Society of Wash
ington will meet in the Perpetual
Building. 1101 E street northwest to
olghL A speclalnmusement pro
gram has been arranged. It will in
clude music by a large orchestra and
dancing. All Pennsylvanlans In
Washington-have been Invited. .
i .
CoL Harts Gneat la aBltlmoreJ
CoL W. W. Harts, engineer officer in
charge of public buildings and grounds,
is In Baltimore today as a luncheon
guest of the City Club.
Urges "Labor Bill
Stone and Building "Laborers Union
No. 45 last night adopted resolutions
urging the prompt passage of the bill
before Congress to convert the division
of Information of the Department of
"Labor into a national employment
bureau.
Union Paelfle Opens Of a re Here.
The Union Pacific railroad system
has established permanent traffic of
fices at room 301. the Riggs building.
George A. Garrett, vice president of
the Dunont National Bank. Is eeneral
agent. T. E. Reese Is city passenger
agent.
Talks on Law of Love.
"Pythagoras, Law of Love, Busi
ness, and Marriage." was the subject
of an address given by Dr. Louise
Cutts Powell, at the Portland Hotel
last night. Dr. Powell believes that
the world Is becoming Interested in
a study of Itself, although there are
.few who can use this study Intelli
gently. Chorea Basaar Nets $650.
The bazaar given at the Raleigh
December 14 for the benefit of the
three societies of the Metropolitan
"M. E. Church, netted ,650, according
to a report made today by Mrs. Mary
Logan Tucker, who served as gen
eral chairman. Mrs. Tucker and the
members of the several committees
have sent a letter of thanks to the
merchants of Washington who help
,ed to make the bazaar a success.
Painting Exhibition:
An exhibition of portraits and ant
mal paintings by Miss Octavta C. Gil
xnour will be held at the Moore Gal
leries, 727 Seventeenth street, fro'i
January 8 to 22. Miss Gllmour Is u
pupil of Monsieur Noel, of Rome.
Admiral Kane to Lecture.
Admiral Kane will deliver an llle1
trated lecture on the life of Martin
Luther, under auspices of the 3Itr'
Bible Class, at Keller Memorial Iai !
eran Church Tuesday evening et fy
o'clock.
Literary Association To Meet
A rrfeetlng- of the Young Bebr '
Women's Literary Association will b
held in Elks Hall, Thursday, Jam.' "
31. Harry Sanberg will be the prir
cipal speaker. A musical rrofrra-T
will be given.
DAUGHTER INHERITS ESTATE
Sarah a Stone, by her will, da--1
February 25, 1909, leaves her huj-j
hold effects to her dauhgtcr. SeV V
Stcne, who Is to have' premlM'u n
proved by 1308 Rhode Island avenue
northwest and ten shares of s'ocK of
tho O Street Market Company.
The remaining estate is to L!a in
trust by James -H. William K. cr i
Sarah K. Stone, who are to dtJrlbu'-
the income during the life of it &on
Tlobert P. Stone, in equal pMt la
themselves and Robert I -tv 'I . At!
tho death of Robert the ci-tatt l J to be
distributed, his share jrIn ,1o iis
hears.
L-H
J
DDMBA TO BE MADE
PRINCE BY EMPEROR
Austrian Ambassador Recalled
From U. S. to Be Elevated,
Says Report.
AMSTERDAM, Jan. 6. Emperor
Karl will make Dr. Constantin Theo
dor Dumba, former ambassador to
the United States, a prince, according
to dispatches from Vienna received
here.
Dr. Dumba "Self-Made Man."
That a man can be "self-made" and
reach the highest honors of rank
even In the most aristocratic empire
In the world. Is Indicated in the dis
patches regarding the elevation of
Dr. Dumba to princely dignities.
When the ambassador first came
to the. United States to succeed
the late Baron Hengelmuller, he
boasted of the fact that he was "aeU
made" and came of a "self-made"
family.
Dr. Dumba became ambassador to
the United States in March, -1013, and
rapidly became very popular here. He
had many American friends, and his
wife, lime. Dumba, was a charming
hostess.
Recall Asked, by United States.
In September, 1015, the text of let
ters that were alleged to have been
carried to Europe by James J. F.
Archibald, the war correspondent,
which were captured by the English,
were published. One of the letters
was written by Dr. Dumba to Baron
von Burian, of the Austrian foreign
office. In it he spoke of one of Sec
retary Lansing's notes as "very
weak," and referred to "the self
willed temperament of the President."
Dr. Dumba admitted having writ
ten the letter, and his recall from
the United States was requested of
the Austrian government. ' Op return
ing to Austria, announcment was
made that, tho former ambassador
would be retired.
SESSION REALLY SECRET
Wife of .Congressman Learns ''of
Strict Rules at Capitol.
One rcannot send for pocketbooks
and such things Into the Senate cham
ber when that body Is In executive
session, discussing the affairs of state
in secrecy behind closed doors.
' This developed yesterday when Con
gressman and Mrs. Zihlman. of Cum
berland, who had been watching Sen
ate proceedings, were obliged to leave
the galleries' quickly when an execu
tive session was announced. In the
haste Mrs. Zihlman forgot her pocket
book and other articles. Doorkeepers
and.even Sevctary Baker, of the Sen
ate, were appealed to in vain. They
said while the Senate was sitting In
secret session not even a messenger
could be sent in.
The "Zlhlmans returned to Cumber
land while the executive session was
on ana later Secretary Baker forward
ed the missing articles by parcel post.
J3OSPELJW1SS10N SERVICES
Miss Jennie Smith, Railroad Evan
gelist, to SneakTomorrow.
Miss Jennie pmlth,rirallroad evan
gelist, will speakt-thc Gospel Mis
slno, 214 JohtfPMarShall Place, to
moVrow at 8 o'clock.
The extensfon-.BIble Study Course,
under the auspices of the National
Bible Institution of New York City,
wilt be resumed on January 10 at 4:30
p. m., by Dr. John H. Troy.
Congressman John G, Cooper, of
Ohio, will speak at the mlslon next
Sunday night
Herbert W. Kline, superintendent of
the Gospel Mission will conduct the
services at the-Soldiers' Home, tomor
row at 3 o'clock.
MI88 RICHARDS TO RETURN.
Miss Janet Hie ardtr and Miss Cor
nelia Crans. c' ,' iWomlng, will re
turn to "fc ash . in tomorrow from
a ten-day 'i a tlale Hall, Atlantic
City, On MortvUi ro mlng Miss Rich
ards wjll twiira ner usual weekly
"Talks on Public Questions," in the
Woodward t'Lo'.. rop auditorium.
.WILL- PROBE BEANS.
With" alrai?t everything else coming
In for & Concrr ..jlonal Investigation,
the Bot-i lima, .. ring-and miscellane
ous will iavc - 'submit to a probe
of Its d ' Insoj. under an amendment
to the .rrcal -e bill yesterday by
CongreM-fl gLaughlin, Michigan.
Five, thciafld )llara is appropriated.
EXCURSIONS
OLD POINT COMFORT
NORFOLK
AID ALL POINTS SOUTH
NjU'Y YORK and BOSTON
BY SEA
Da!7 from 7th Street Wharf. 0145 p.m.
City Tl.ct Office. "31 13th St. N. W.
SOH1-OLK.AND WAMII.NGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
Ml VING PACKING 5TfiRAfiF
W Vt"U' rflUMflU, blUHAbt
f '"J'&ffjDjf Storage Rooms, 1 mo.up
Mortar, Packing. Low Rates
Union Storage Co
SsSaVaK- North 104
,-. dry storage for furniture and pianos.
4"uaces cheerfully riven. WESCHLERTJL
Pa. ave. N. W.
Fhone Mala 1232.
"SAFETY FIRST."
mLUTELT FIREPROOF STORAGE.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.
a yens. 52.00 and up. Moving. Packlas.
Pbons Main 4328. 41820 Uth at. N. W.
FIREPROOF STORAGE
la Separata Locked Rooma, KM Month Up.
MerciasU' Iransfer & Storage Co.
Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W.
MOVING PADDED VANS
JflWVlMVJ J-un.NISHED
Phone M. 2010-2011.
KREIG'S EXPRESS,
1225 H Street N. W.
ITOBAQg. PACK1NO AND SHTPPTNa
Free movlnx for tor
mse. N. 0343 or N. 3344.
SMITH'S THA.tSFBH
& STOItAGK CO.. 813
8. Wight Ph. K. 4083.
EE ME tor host prices and satisfactory aer
Ties. THE PEOPLE'S) BTORXOB ANI1
f excesl
t a p "if i
J&cvaesasS
iCXPRESS. 178 tth St. N. W. I
EDUCATIONAL
THE ZOLXAV ATELIER
SCHOOL OF SCULPTURE
140-30 E Street N. W.
GUITAR SCHOLARS: years experience;
simple. easy method: taught la 20 lessons.
Address TEACHER OF OUITAR. 13 6th St.
N. W.
WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF
CHIROPRACTIC
Classes now forming. Private treatment
slven for Chronic and Acute Diseases. Con
sultatI6n and Examination free. J. Shelby
Rller. D. D. .Dean: Rosalia M. Simpson. D.
C Secretary, lilt F at. N. W. Phono Main
1589. Office Hours. 9 to t.
WASHINGTON HOTELS
EVERETT HOTEL,
1730 H St N. W.
Under 'New Management
Delightful large front rooms: twin beds;
hot and cold running- water: S la room.
MM: l In room. 855 per month. American
pun. tl in each room: curator service.
LOST AND FOUND
POCKETBOOK LOST Small, black, con
talnlnr two 16.00 bills, eight $1.00 bills,
and a check for 85.00 In name of Mrs.
E. G. Giles. Liberal reward. G. B. GILES,
411 M St. N. W. !
IRISH TERRIER Tellowlsh-brown medium
!. men collar marked "Dennis. 1222 Con
necticut avenue." Return to that address.
55 reward.' .Telephone North 944.
BLACK. COW Strayed away from west end
-murtaay. return to 1458 Duke St.. Alex
andrla. Va. Reward.
MALE COLUE mos. old: tan with whit
marklnrs on face, breast, tall and feet;
wore collar but no tar- Reward 2840 Wood
ley place N. W.
BUNCH- OF KEYS left on street car
Thursday. o'clock p. m. Reward. SIR:
STAPLES. P. O. Box IMi. ' 1
BREASTPIN. Monday afternoon, Jan. 1.
round black and white stone cameo, set
In cold and pearls: white bead on black
around: reward. MRS. EARL CRAN
8TON. 18X1 Irvlnr ft N. W. 1
SEALSKIN SCARF in shopplnr section,
on Friday, December 29. Please return
to 1111 N st. Reward. 1
POCKETBOOK Containing; IS bill, car
tickets and chanre. on Florida ave. or U
st. car Monday. Reward It returned to 814
C st. a. E.
DIAMOND- DROP From bowknot pin. at
Shoreham or University Club. New Teare
nlrht. Liberal reward. 1418 M at. N. W.,
Apart. 402.
PARCEL Contalnlns lady's tan silk dress,
lost Saturday eventnr about 8:80. be
tween Shoreham Hotel and Florida nva,
on ML Pleasant car. Return Apart. 488.
Cordova: reward. 1
HELP WANTED MALE
BOT Around grocery store: one who can
ride wheel. Apply 8401 11th st. N. W. 1
BOT Errand, with wheel. Apply G. L.
IIUSKE OPTICAL CO, 1429 H st. 1
BOTE Two to help tinner; with experience
preferred. Apply Hll H sL N. W.
BOYS Over 16 years, -with
bicycles, can find profitable and
healthy employment from 4 to 9
p. m. daily, or for entire dav.
WESTERN UNION TELE
GRAPH CO., 1401 'F.St. N. vV,
COOK Short order; nlsht work: only
steady and reliable need apply. El? 9th
i. i. w. i
LAUNDRT HELP Experienced. In all depts.
In steam laundry. Apply TJJ Jth st. N. W..
PALACE LAUNDRY.
PRE.vSFKEDER Job, at once.
DAWSON. 807 th st.
W. B.
1
SCHOOL BOY Colored, over M. to work In
drug; store from 420 till 10.30 at nlrht; S3.S0
per week. Apply at 828 H st. N. E.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
BOOKKEEPER Lady, at once. 1K8 7th
st. N. W. . 1
LADY Tounr. harlnr knowledre D. E.
booking: state salary and experience.
BOX lsVTlmes office. 1
START THE NEW YEAR 'maklnr money:
msnlcuring;. halrdresslnr taught. 83 each.
MIRROR BEAUTY SCHOOL. Writ N. W.
WOMAN Settled colored: for housework,
at once: bring reference. 2887 N st.
N. W. 1
HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
MILLINERY- Body workers, experienced and
apprentices. MARIE LOUISE. 1SII U at.
N. W.
SEWERS First-class, on curtains and drap
eries; experienced. W. E. CLARK & CO.,
IMS Connectlcut'ave.
MAN Colored, for .kitchen; also women to
wash dishes: also maid. Apply LOGN
HOTEL. Iowa Circle.
MAN or younr lady to take position ss
Ulll CICrjh. iwft ... .mre, ...Mfci
MARKERS AND ASSORTERS Experi
enced. See hUPT.. Tolman Laundry,
corner 6th and C t. N W. 1
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS'
HAVE YOU ANY
FOR SALE. IF
FURNITURE
ro call D. NOTES. (33 La. ave. N. W.
M. 8008 and ret best results.
Ph.
CASH prices paid for worn clothlnr; either
ladles' or men's, send postal; will call. B.
TARSHE8. 18M 7th St. nw. Phone North Sit.
WE ARE READY
To pay you the highest cash prices for an
kinds of old metals, naste paper, rara. OLD
UTOMOBILZS. rubber and other junk.
Drop us a card or call LIN. SZi and our
wacoa will calL WASH. METAL RUB
BER CO- l&Z PA. AVE. S. E. ,1
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc
Phone M. KtS for waroa. or hare us calL
"WESCHBER'8." 8C0 Pa. ave. N. W. 1
WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your
roods to tha man who rives the most money.
See HOPWOOD. 8th and K.
HIGHEST cash prices psld for eld clothlnr.
shoes, old gold and sliver Jewelry. Drop
postal and I will call. U ZUKERtAN, XMI
V ft. N. W y
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR MALE A nicely furnished rooming
house, with twelve rooms. 328 E st
N. W. 1'
ROOMING HOtTSE. N. W. Nearly com
pletely furnished Jlne location con
venient to main P. O.; tb Union sta.. h. w.
h. Box 224. Times office. 1
FOR SALE The Northeast Prlntlnr Co.
plsnt: good business, a bargain. 82 H at.
N E.
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
SPECIAL RATES
Phone M. 6467, Hotel Occidental
Limousines, tourlnr cars, theater parties,
shopplnr. calling, weddings, funerals. Com
petentjunlformed chauffeurs.
II AND 21.25 PER HOUR TAXI SERVICE.
Day. Nlrht. Get Oui Rate For Trips.
PHONE LINC. 1S4.
SrPERHOURfSJffvJSag
CAREFUL WHITE CHAUKFEURS.
St.00 PER HOUR
Columbia 8122. Owner Drlvtnr.
TAXI oERVlCE. .Trips, toe. 75c, 8LCO,
1 AAl Dr the hur, JL2S and 8L80.
Call West 84 Day and NlrhL
Automobile Tops.
REPAIRING, recovering auto upholsterlnrl
side curtains and engine hood rovers made
BOSTON AUTO TOP CO.. 1CW Pa. avr. N.
W. Phone M. H0.
For Sale.
MAXWELL runabout. 4-cltnder 1912 model.
8U0. Inquire ARMV AND NAVY OAR.
AGE. Just overhauled.
ROADSTER, with electric lights and self
starter; barraln. 8180. CHEVROLET
MOTOR CO.. 1218 Conn. ave. 1
'WANTED TEAMS
WANTED Slncle teams to haul coaL
Ap-
ply EMERSON & CO., 1840 IttW at. N. W.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished.
R ST. N. W., 1515 Room with alcove as alt
tine room and bedroom; 2nd floor front, and
room with kl tchenette: adults: reasonably
12th ST. N. W., 9142 rooms furnlVed
complete for housekeeping 8 Per week:
other rooms. 83 and 11.50 per w,eek; tran
sients. 60e and 25c per nlrht. 1
O ST. N. W JOS Nicely furnished rooms;
light housekeeplnr permlttd. 1
EYE ST. N. W., 1014-One room, well basted;
urifk . .. ..wajsK 4mfmlafoekA .
"w smumnu etAwuiui . .
'N ST. N. W.. JJ14 Comfortable rooms. 8S
and up monthly. t X
H ST. N. W 4112 Nicely furnished rooms
on floor with bath; steam beat and gas,
88 and 88. I
IDEAL APART. CO.. ISO PA. AVE.-Three
room apart., furnished, sink. h. w. beat.
gas range, bath. Janitor, gas tree. 820; Urge
rooms and closets, 818 and 818. M. 7177.
8th ST. S. E.. "700-Nlcebr furnished rooms
for gentlemen.
PA. AVE. N W. 1208 Lovely rooms; heat and
hot water always; rates to permanents; op
posite KaJelra Hotel '
LOUISIANA AVE. N. W.. 80S Fornlshoa
or unrurnunea rooms, "j uw , r
month; steam beat; prices reasonabla
PheacM. 4028. .
Wanted.
WANTEDAccommodatlona for ten OJ) bust-
.. Ir TMrlr Anrln th
ugh .nj(n uvui ,ww v. .. -
Inaurural period: pri-ate family preferred.
a-as a vt f W rVsaiei swan.
-ii pervonsuix v "i ' " va --
ROOMS AND BOARD
L ST. N. W.. 801 Nicely furnished rooms,
with board: southern exposure. 1
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORK1NOMEN If there Is any knocklnr
to be done we have no time for It. Got
all tho huatle that we can attend to keep
ua on the lump selllnr tue fine grade
slightly used tailor-made Mlts and .over
coats. See what 85 up brines. JUST1T8
OLD STAND. 1 D.
Bad Bills Collected.
BAD BILLS COLLECTED
or no charge. Rents a specialty.
Phone Main 4172. Hammer, attorney,
815 14th at. N. W. i
Upholstering.
PARLOR SUITES upholstered in tapestry. W
and up: free deL: workmanship guar. EDW.
L. KENDIG. 727 T aL N. W. Phone N. IMS.
Mattresses and Box Spring.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME to renovate row
mattress. Let us remake your matlreaa:
all aires. 8LS0. EAGLE BEDDINO CO.. UOt
7th at. N. W. Phone N. 5210.
Window Shades,
Good quality opaque. Beat 'quality ell
atted to your 4Copaqne: bunr gfjr
window JWree ..........i.
We call with samples. Ph. Hat .878.
fCLEEBLATT'S rs.aw?I
Vacuum Qeanera,
LET us estimate on your Vacuum Caanlni
end floor polishing: vacuum cleanera for sale
and rent: all popular makes. SANITARY
METHODS CO.. 1102 14th. N. 8148.
Laundry.
IDEAL HAND LAUNDRY,
North 6764.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
LOT GOOD LUMBER Joists, studding.
doors, and sewer pipe, cheap. A. It.
THOMPSON, 1127 E st. 8. E. after 5 p. m.
r !
HORSES AND VEHICLES
SOU RE t. PACER, war on and harness Tor
sale; can be seen any time at 2238 Nichols
ave.. Anacostla. D. C
FOR SALE HOUSES
NEAR LINCOLN PARK
Brick bouse containing 8 rooms and bath:
lara-e lot; alleyroroaa avenue: BARGAIN AT
$3,000
Also 8 rooms and bath; h. w. h.; garage:
northwest section; offer wanted. Address
BOX 225. Times office.
FOUR-STORY red brick and brownstone;
12 rooms. 3 baths. 2 lavatories, pantries,
closets, open fireplaces, hot-water beat;
finest woodwork throughout; 3 blocks from
Dupont circle: blc barraln. OWNER, Box
234. Times office. !
AN EXCELLENT
HOME VALUE
At the right price. In, one of tha COUTNO
sectlsns of Washington.
1601 to 1617 East Capitol St
PRICES FROM
$3,875 to $4,500
Small Cash Payment. Balance Monthly.
AU the Adtantares That Go With the Modern
Built Home. Six Large Rooms and
Tiled Bath. K.-W. H.. etc.
GO OUT TODAY !
Just off the car line. V, square which Is aa
added Xeature for comfort. Five minutes
walk from beautiful Lincoln Park.
Salesmen on Premises Dally Sunday.
PHONE M. U(.
Sample House Open Dally. Sunday. IP. II.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
CORNER STORE AND FLAT.
Rented at 820.
Price. 82.250.
TWO STORY BRICK.
Good section.
Near cars. Rent 82
Price. 12,850.
, TWO STORY BRICKS.
RENT 815.00.
Price. 51.500.
HANDSOME TWO STORY BRICK.
Modern. Rent 815.
Trice. 11.400.
GARDINER & DENT, INC.,
717 14th St. N. W.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WE INMECT NEW LIFE INTO TOUR
REAL ESTATE.
Your properties become acthe the mo
ment tliej are placed with us "We have
no dead lit " Owucra of Washington
Ileal i-stalc from all sections of the coun
try arc placing their properties In our
charge. Wo don't build nor are we In
terested In any bulldlnjr operations. We
devote our time to looking after the In
terests of our clients. Bright prospects
are In store for you If you will place your
properties In charge of this wide-awake
firm.
GARDINER & DENT, INC.,
717 14th St. N. VV.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
On tlOO cash and 813 month at
CHEVY CHASE. Tor full particulara, drop
postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RITCHIE.
418-419 Colo. hldg. Tel. M. 1048.
FOR SALE FARMS
FOR SALE
One fruit farm located In Berkeley County,
W. Va. Hns"S.M apple trees. 2-3 In bearing.
Two farms In Washington County. Md., one
and three miles respectively from State road,
rood road Into farms.
Number one, 232 acres. Has 8.0(0 apple
trees, 11 e to twelte ear oil and 2,500 peach
trees three years old. Well watered, good
buildings.
Number two, stock farm. 636 acrea wall
watered, all irood building.
BOWER MILLER.
Hagerstown. Md
FOR RENT WAREHOUSES
1st AND L N. E. Second floor. 85x110:
electric elevator: 875.
80 L N. E. 272x110: one story: will di
vide, loc to 18c per foot yearly: other
property for atorare or factory. See owaer,
W. F. NASH, 122 M aL N. W, Z
FOR RENT-:H0USES
Unfurnished.
SPECIALS.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
548 COLUMBIA-ROAD.
8 ROOMS AND BATH. STEAM HEAT.
REDUCED TO 812.50.
450 IRVING ST. Jf. W.
CORNER HOUSE. 8 ROOMS AND BATH.
REDUCED TO 522.50.
222 BEATON ST. N. E. .
8 ROOMS AND BATH. HOT-WATER
HEAT. ONLY. 825.50.
II QUE ST. N. E.
6 ROOMS AND BATH. GOOD CONDI.
TION. ONLY 827.5.
12th ST. N. W. -
f ROOMS AND BATH. HOT-WATER
HEAT. REDUCED TO 128.60.
4404 BELMONT ST. .
t ROOMS AND BATH. NEAR CAR LINB
REDUCED TO (20.50. . .
121S. 10TH ST. N. W. .
DOWNTOWN, 10 ROOMS AND BATH.
ONLY 825.50.
' WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
807 15th St N. W.
NEW CHEAP RENT, $15.50
NORTHWEST SECTION
To desirable tenant only. New S0?'
containing; four rooma and bath, all largo
..outsMe rooms, finished and papered at
tractively; tlla bath, modern plumnlnr,
gas and coal ranges. Porcelain sink.
Similar houses rla section not so deslrabla
rent tor 217.50. Tha rent of these houses la
put down to 815.50 In order to secure de
sirable and permanent tenants,
NO. 627 MORTON ST. N. W.
(Just east of Georgia ave.)
B. T. SAUL CO.. 834 N. Y. are. V. 371,
JOHN F. DONOHOE
. ' & SONS; INC.,
314 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
In order to allow tenants to
get settled at .once, we will be-gin-rent
on any of the proper
ties listed with us . January
15th.
Let Us Send You Our
Complete List."
723 Jth nw, 10r.. 885.00 8M5 Uth nw, 10r.875.00
7U 8th aw. !2r.. 75.00 JJ. J;
H8 I nw. 12r.....S7Jf7 1roSm7.....T: 2SJ
1807 12th nw. r. 20 JO ZX 12th aw. d... 2SJ0
228 Uth SW, Jr.. 22.50 (S S DW. r..... 23.00
1118 T nw. 8r... nSA 1003 Fla. ave ne,
IX 20th nw. 8r.. 25.501 8 rooms 22.M
80S L- nw. ftr..... 2lJoa L iw. 7r..... 22J
212 Llnworth sw, inn 11th nw. 8r.. UXO
8 rooms. 18.50 72 P'nw, r. 17.00
9)5 K nw, 6r..... 18J 1522 Church pvr,
1227 I nw. r.....-lJ0 8 rooms 18 00
1742 8th nw. 5r... 15 M ,i Prospect ne, 6r 15.50
825 Newton nw, 4m Uth nw, Jr.. 14X0
S rooms. 15.58 1220 5tb nw, Jr... 14.00
APARTMENTS.
915 N. T.tSTe. nw., h.-w. b., bath, 4r..823X0
1715 N. Capitol ne.. cor., fur. beat, (r... 30X0
701 Q sU nw., cor., fur. beat, Sr 23.50
418 M sLnw., (furnished), h.-w. h., 2r. 20.08
IA. S. Caywood, 915 N. Y. Ave.
PRINjTED BULLETIN AT OFFICE.
151 U ST N E.. HIOHVIEW A desirable
new home. In a choice neighborhood.
Come see for yourself. Owner. 1
FOR RENT NEW HOUSES.
No. 1224 D aL ae. I17.50
1424 Q aL ne. 12.50
1421 Md. ave. ne. Zl.U)
AU contain 4 rooms, pantry, center halls,
bath, etc Keya to each at house next door.
GEORGE T. WORTHINCTON SON,
WOODWARD BUILDING.
SOUTHWEST SECTION.
' CHEAP RENT.
Near steamboat wharf. 6-room house. In
very rood repair. Key next doer. 1228 Water
aL 8. W. RenL 118.50.
B. F. SAUL COMPANY. 984 N. Y. ave. N. W.
MAIN 27L
COLORED TENANTS.
BRAND-NEW HOUSES.
Cheap rent to desirable tenants: four bright
rooms (all outside); modern tile bath; coal and
ras range: porcelain sink: nicely papered:
large back yard: rent. 214.50: Nos. 24S to 270
Warren aL n. e. B. F. SAUL CO.. S34 N. Y.
a e. tu w. Main 27L
COLORED TENANT.
Seven-room and bath house: furnace heat:
In good repair: near hlrb schools; excellent
location: rent. 827.50; No. 106 P sL n. w. B.
F. 8AUL CO..-8M N. T. ave. n w Main 271
COLORED TENANTS .
Cheap house near Northeast Market, 5 rooms
In rood repair: rent 210.50. 1225 Wylle . n. e.
B. F. SAUL CO.. 9J4 N. Y. ave. Main 2TL
FLORIDAAVE. N. W.. 858-Foui-room
house, water, gas. 812: whlta tenants. Kay
s w aL r. w.
VERY DESIRABLE HOME, contalnlns 8
.a tueV-s I. .! lua ljva ajfVrt
WHIM aUlU lib i iis( av'cuuiu iwauuu, "
15th t. N. W. Rent MMV. Apply ll&nastr
The PcrtPr. 131h and V t. X. W.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished,
1-H-M'Mliri'MW'IHII'Hi:
The Toronto, 20th and p su.
4. 6 rooms, bath 845.00. 840.00
" '- The Laclede, 123 vl ave.
6 rooms, bath.. J 860 00
TheAfgyle 17thSL and Park Road.
44 rooms, batn W.oo, fMJ
Thr Gihralfflr 1,,n Bt- nd
1 nc Uiuraiiar, ifaiOTama Road.
5 rooms, bath: largo porch. 845.00
1.125 14th St.,
rooms, bath 820 00
4- The F. H. SMITH CO..
815 FIFTEENTH ST. N. W. .
, TELEPHONE M. 64(4.
II I lI'M-M-M-I-M-M-H I II !!
BRAND-NEW FOUR
ROOM FLAT, 'l 6.00
Just east of Georgia ave. on Hobart
plire n. .: four bright rooms, porcelain
iifnk. roal nd Ras rancec: til bithroom.
Very desirable and cheap at 816 00 per
moii.ii .i- Gln iiobart place N. W.
B. F. SAUL CO.. 914 N. Y. ave. N. W.
Main 27L
FOR RENT 15U L SL N. R. 6 rooms
and bath: hot-water heat; larre front
and back porches: bright, airy rooms; the
nicest, cleanest, and bast aparta. In city for
120.60 per month.
KEY AT 728 KTH ST. N. B, OB
617 H L ST. N. E. 1
COPLEY COURTS,
17th and Church Sts. N. W.
Ready for Occupancy. Invltlnnr Reservations.
Best of location and most modern construc
tion. All larre outside rooms and eery ap
pointment and service.
2 to 6 Hooms and Bath.
J2S.B0 to 860.00
Early Reservations Will Command Preferred
Suites.
J. N. RUTH. Msrr.
PHONE NORTH 887L
WILLARD COURTS
CORNER 1TTH AND WILLARD BTREETS.
1 room and bath to 5 rooms and bath.
Rents. 822.60 to 860.00.
New apartment: all outside rooms: two elec
tric elevatora. telephone In each apartment,
with all-night sen Ice: furnished and unfur
nlihed. Apply to J. N. RUTH, on Premises.
Furnished.
EUCLID ST. N. W.. 72S 2-room furnish
ed apt, private bath, sleeping -porch,
hot-water heat, reasonable. 1
FOR RENT OFFICES
FOR RENT
Two handsomely .mahogany furnished of
fices. Typewriter, telephone and reception
room included. 2 doors from Patent Office.
Apply COO Barrister Bide, or phone Main 212L
v DEATHS
ADAMB-On Friday, January 5. 1HT. at I
w ...wu, .j. HI.. ML BIB RWCUlVi mvb.
northwest, JOHN A, ADAMS, son of Mrs.
Alice Adams, of Richmond, Va.
Notice of funeral later.
IN MEM0RIAM
(Notices for this column are accepted at
centa flaL either pros or poetry. In easa no
Uce does not exceed ten lines. And 1S cents
tor each tine In excess of ten.)
UNDERTAKERS
Embalmera Funeral Directors
J. WILLIAM LEE,
undertaker'and LTVERT.
2S2 Pa. av. N. W.
Telephone M 1886. WASHINGTON. P. &
Ann. pw i crtiiDPPPT
J008 Pa. Aye." "Weit IB1 15l.
ULRICH & BURDETTE,
,1520 Wlaconaln Ave. Wert 9.
S. H. HINES & SON, INC
1716 if tb St. North 1519.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
Ml Uth at. North 311,
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
2007-8011 Nlchola 'ye. a B Ubc. !.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO
o'h st, ir. E. Uac b:w
GEORGE W. WISE,"
280Q M SL wait lJa-
W. W. DEAL & CO.
lt H Bt N. E. Line. 34M,
HARRY M. PADGETT,
TiO 11th 8L 8. E. Una 1251.
. MARTIN W, HYSONG CO,
1014 Maasachtmetta Ave, Main 3410.
F. A.SPEARE SONS,
1308 H SL K. ty. Main 108.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
U 7th SL a TV. Main 1873,
THOMAS M. HINDTeT
Bth and H Eta. N. W. Main 837.
O. B. JENKINS,
- 303 H SL N. W. "Main 4804
THOMAS S." SERGEON,
1011 7th SL N. -W. Main 1030.
JOHtf R. WRIGHT- CO,
.1337 10th SL N. W. North 47.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
S0I4M SL N. TV. Weal 98.
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
1241 Wltbnaln AreJVeat 804.
HERBERT P. NEVIUST
926 Nevr Tork Ave. Main 3587.
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc.
301 East Capitol SL Line 373.
W. R. SPEARE,
340 F SL Main 1280-4281.
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every description moderate prices.
GUDE.
12H F ST. X. W.
Vital Records.
Blrlfca,
Albert C and Alva Van Horn, rlr!.
Edgar W. and Edna R. Stork. rlrL
George and Marlon Potter, boy. . .
Francis T. and Louise McCormlek. rlrL
Samuel and Minnie Mlchaelson boy.
William and Edna Harrison, boy.
Harry A. and Lydla Glorlus, girl.
Hyman and'Anna Green, rtrl.
Ataton and Mary E. Davidson. bor
Joseph and Sadie M. Duffy, gdrL
WUllsm and Maud Dudley, boy.
Raffele and Phllamlna Chlrlco. rlrL
Frederick and Ada M. Catlln. rlrL
P. C. and Bertha Castro, girl.
Harvey and Vlrgla BeU. boy. -,
Thornton 71. and Annie M. Burns, boy.
Robert O. and Elolse F. Beckham, boy.
Herbert and Katherlne Block, box.
Joseph and Lucy Aqullno, girl.
Angus and Vernnla White, girl.
James A. and Carrie Maddlson. girl.
Thomas and Emma Matchen, Klrl.
Archibald S. and Martina A. Morse, rlrL
John S. and Elizabeth Miller, rtrl.
John and Sarah Martin, boy.
James and Lottie Grtmn, girl.
Slarrlagte Licenses.
Robert Brlghtautt and Florence Miles, both
of this cltr.
Madge M. McKlnstrey, of Ashevllla, N. C.
ana muiara a. xiucnsnan. ot xnu city.
Lewis W. Klnard and Maudle Bell Johnson,
both of this city.
James Edward Eller and Helen Veronica
Slrlan. botn of Portsmouth, va.
George Stemdeker and Johanna Thron, both
ot inis city.
Robert O. Foote. of Richmond, and Brjrthe
Crawford, of Los Angeles.
Albert E. Meaden. of Brooklyn. N. T.. and
tsaaie uaivin. or ivingston. .-. x.
Walter J. Given and Jennie X. Putnam, both
of uunaio. n. T.
John B- Ehaw and BIrdette Jones, both of
this cltr.
William C. Traynham and Frances J. Powell.
botn of this city.
Dentil a.
Michael Harden. 71 years. 143 Monroe N. W.
Laura A. Thompson, 6 years, 512 Tennessee
ave. N. E. ,
Mary L. Reldy. 7 years. 12S 22rd sL N. W.
Grace Flemtnr. M years, 1S1 Wyoming; are.
V. TO-
tlohn F Ochma, 81 years, St. Elizabeth's
Hospital
Arthur Peppln. 68 years. Providence Hosp.
Assunta CasllU. 82 years. 1523 ltth st N. W.
Oscar R. Brandes. 2 years. 1114 H st. T. E.
George W. Plttman, ES years. 212S F N. W.
Emma C Swann. ll years. is ."Newton jt.tv.
Charles Roller, 82 yeltrs, 73 Longfellow st.
N. W
Mary L. Barton. 70 yean. National Homeo
pathic Hospital.
William P. IJennlnghoven. 55 years, Walter
Reed General Hospital.
Elizabeth W. Falrley, X years. 108 Ridge
road east.
James W. Silence, C years, US Maatachn-
setta ave. N. W. ........
Mary E. Cox, 48 years, 2127 Pennsylvania
ave. N. W.
Ludwlg T. Elslnger, 7S years, 122 Adams sL
N W
Carroll Thomas. 17 years. Providence Hosp.
Lillian 8waxze, 29 years, Garfield Hospital.
Rose Campbell. 21 years, Washington Asylum
Hospital.
Elizabeth Ennls 74 years. 1204 22rd st. N. W.
Ernestine Hebron, 2 months. Frcedraen'a
Hospital
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOAN'S AT
3 BIIU aV WMfcg. vw " ---
aDartmenL or business property: straight
noie or monthlypayments: can be arranged
In threeoays. ru, .. -.w.w. ..,
14U 1J .
ilONET TO LOAN on real estate: lowest
rtes: prior payment privileges: large
amouats. TYLER A ftUXHERFORP. 817 Kih.
UOVET TO'LOAN-82S0 to 8500.000 on D. a
real estate. Seieral trust funds. 414 to per
cent. All transactions conducted with econ
omical consideration for borrowers.
Southern funding. 807 15th sL N. W.
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR COMPANT.
Refrigerators That Are Unequaled.
1 B ST. N. W.
Wo Build and Repair Refrigerators.
SPIRITUALISE
MRS. MAMIE STEVES $2?-
8 Prm.: Ftl.. 2 P. m. U attS; 213 N. J. ave. ae.
MRS. BROWNELLSiXnla?,,rut,pa,?
present, foture. rles names, advice on busi
ness law suite, uo. iioiue, parauona,
changes, health, etc: seances Wed. & Sun.
avens . s p. pa. wo .? nw. ah. ai. mus.
iriC DT"14 Spiritual Medium, fce-
eve., readings dally. 1030 8th nw.', abova Ubl
MRS. H.M.NOLAN, gj?Pi
n.,fln dsllv: spiritual services Sundav an4
Thurs. even's. Bombay apL 1L 1217 H ne.
MRS. J. E. MALTBT. SPIRITUAL MEDIUM.
1112 10th st nw. Meetings Wed.. 2 p. nu.
Frt.. 7:20 p. m 25c. A messajje to each.
Dally rcadlnrt, 3L N. 8223.
Specaal iotace5
F. J. Schoenbtter & -Bros. IV.
Musical repairing, mirrors made and re-sH-vered.
upholstering, raflnlshlnr dona: window
shades and screens made to order; boss)
palming, boat work. Aon ftxturea: an kinds
of remodeling-. Phono M. 6048.- r
INAUGURAL COMMITTEE
Committee on Public Comfort
Rooma othe Chamber of Commerce, ISal J
Street N. Second Floor.
AU caterers and ottter persons dastrtnc to
furnish meals to military and otoer orsjaajasv.
tlona durlnr tha Inaugural , period are re
quested to can at this ofaca, without delay,
and glva tha followlnna; InfonsaUon:
Name, address, capacity (number that can
be served), rata, hours meata can bo eerced.
ate f
A LEFTWICH SINCLAIR.
Chalrmaa.
, WALTER M. BASTIAN.
Secretary.
ANNUAL KEPORT
"f tha ' -
UNITED STATES COAL
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
For the rear endlnr Decamber 2L ISM.
Amount of capital ...... JLOaaoaoas)
Amount actually paid te............ L0.0 03
Amount or exutur dact, none.
Witness thm slmatrmts Af th mklaHfr mf
the Board of Trustees, this 3Mb day of Da.
camber A. D., U14.
WM. H. SMITH.
H. E. STEARLT.
WM. T. MILLER.
' PreslaeaL
SubscriDed Wad sworn to tj WUUam T.
Miller, President of the aforesaid Company,
this 23th day of December, A. D. 118.
CAMERON E. STRAUSS,
Notary Pobllci
My commission expires January 3, 130.
ADVERTISEMENT.
Actlngr under Instructions et tha Con
gressional Committee named by Cungreis
to arrasrs the deutls of the Inauguration
of the President of the United States on
March 4 th next, this office announces that
proposals. In duplicate, will be received and
publicly opened at twelveo'elock noon, on
Thursday; January 18tb. 1817, -for furnish
Int material and labor and erecting; and.
later disposal of the Inaugural stand at tha
eaat front of the CapltoL Plaia and spec
ifications will be Issued to Intending; bid
ders upon tha receipt of Ave dollar (25.80)
In cash, or certified check. In payment
therefdr. Plans and speelllcatlons thus
furnished will remain tha property of tha
purchaser. Bidders wilt be reqalred to
submit with their proposals a certified
check In the sum of lira per cent (5l
as a guarantee that they will enter
Into contract if tho same Is awarded to
them, and the successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish In connection with hla
contract a surety bond In the sum of fifty
per cent (58) of the amount there
of. The right ta reserved to reject
any or all bids, and to waive technicali
ties in any bid. ELLIOTT WOODS. Su
perintendent U. 8. Capitol Building; and
Grounds, 1
PURSUANT to Section L Article TO of
By-Laws, notice Is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting of the stockholders of Tha
Capital Traction Company for the election et
Directors forthe "n'"g year and such other
business aa mal be brought before tha meet
ing, win be held at the office of the Com
pany, 24tn and M Streets N. W Washing
ton. D. a, on Wednesday, January U. X17.
at 10:45 o'clock A. M. , .
The Polls will be open from 11 o'clock A. M.
until 12 o'clock noon. H. D. CRAMFTOX,
Secretary. -
PERSONAL
Pritrnnnrlv 8ul,e Ttolat Ray Treataaata.
UliropoaVyaejej .na a,; Hatrdreaa-
tnr and Manlcurmr. Lems Malar. 8t Kenola
bldri. Uth and G su. to. It. aWL Open San.
MIS? HAIN Manlenrtnc and Scalp Traat
Apart. L Phone Main 7438.
ua ilda Williams S-S2rmJi1.
manL TOC Uth nw. APL 21?Pn7lsrla!
MISS BAGLEY8,, - for
rheumatism as poor cir
culation, OI Kenols bids., lltn and O eta. Ph.
M. 2878. Hrt. 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Open San.
MISSJAMERONMij?j w-
ropooy. aoura 10 a, m.
to p. m. 1212 N. T. ave. N. W.. sec, floor.
TtTTOO Ml L'T T C tfaatenrtnr. Snh Tv,-
"'"""', aJaslaslliJ.,.- a Jails ITu
8 to 5. 822 O aL N. W second floor back.
WILL rent ytrf attractive space for hair-
call
ill 821 F st, N. W. - i
AMY ELLIS SSJ 5
N. W apartment 2. OPEN SUNDAY. y
MRS. ORA L. HELD ""-
ment; face and scalp. 815 H nw.. 2nd floor.
luoiti Scalp & Elec. treat., maolcurtnr.
niU&ttc superfluoua hair; open Sun. itzt.
M. Cohen. 213 Kenols blig. M. UttsJ. J to 8.
DR. REED,
SPECIALIST,
804 Seventeenth Street.
Over 30 Years' uce,S! pctiee tn the
uvcuu itiuj cursor Chronic, Nervous
and special Diseases of Men and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
from Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism, Consti
pation, Piles, Throat. Lungs. Brain, Heart.
Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility.
Kidney Diseases. Bladder Troubles. SpecW
Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers, and All
Private Diseases Cured tor Life by Safe
Methods.
tos. Bacteria Vaccines, and all the new ae-
mm. mnA antl.tfrrf n. artmlnlc.wt
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
IjUWaULilAllUI rKEE.
Private 'Waiting Room For Ladies
Office hours:. 10 to L 3 to 8: Sunday. 10 to 1L
CLAIRVOYANTS
PROF. STEVENS
PALMIST AND PSTCHIC.
If In need of adice or helD don't fall ta
visit bun. He touches on every subject of
human Interest, Including love, family affairs,
estrangements, business, change of location,
travel, etc
Kind and sympathetic treatment accorded
to all. Hours 10 a. m. to S p. m.
Room 509, 510, Kenois Bid?.
Cor. Uth and.G ata. N. W.
MME FIELD Wnn J-ou consult her
mmc. riCLU consult the besL Re
unites the separated. lira. 10 to 10. 1228 7th nw.
Prof. Wrfp-ht Er1! n4. Clairvoyant.
--o -- ai r
st. N. TO.
Readings Daily.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
PROF. MdXIEf1 J?i a. n.
x. ave. nw. RaUdinn.
60c ana vt: wmiaciion or no cnarge.
MRS. GAYER IS&FTIS1 g
vovant. Readings. 25c Studio. 117 1st & W.
MME. VERNER &&u?82:
tal Scientist: can be seen at her old address.
SOB II aL N. W.. 2d floor. Fhone M. 5H.
The Great The Only
ZANCIG
Wonderful Psychic, marvelous European
Seer: reads your every secret, all about Love.
Law, Domestic and Business Affairs. . Zand
eucceeda when all others talL Special read
ings 50 centa and 8L0O. Hours 10-7. Closed
Sundays. 80t 14th ST. N. W. Directly op
posite Franklin Park,
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