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ji'" IS THE WASHINGTON TIMES; SUNDAY: ITAMLHIY 77 1917, 7mmsm$F& SMALL WON'T TAKE STAND IN DEFENSE Trial for Wife Murder Expected to Reach End To morrow. WEPT-ON LEARNING NEWS .Witnesses Testify Accused Man and Victim Were on Best of Terms. OSSIPEE. N. H.. Jan. 7. Frederick L. Small, on trial here charged with the murder of his wife, probably will not- take the stand in his oVn de fense. It was announced by his coun sel. The trial Is expected to end tomorrow-. Technicality followed technicality in the presentation of evidence yes terday. By the defense strenuous ef forts were made to prove that a lock, with the bolt shot and the key on the inside was found in the ruins of the burned dwelling where Mrs. Flor ence Arlene Small met her death. It was contended that Small left through the door, and, consequently, Mrs. Small was still living when he start ed for Boston. Wept On Learning Xtn, Leonard Blizzard, a taegro bell boy at Young's Hotel in Boston, testified he saw Small go to the hotel desk, and, burying his face in his hands, weep after receiving a telephone mes sage the night of September 29. Later he asked the clerk, the boy. testified, what was the matter, and told that Small had Just learned of Xhe destruc tion by fire of his home and the death of his wife in the flames. In room 113, Blizzard said, he saw Small sitting in a chair, weeping, and .heard him cry: "My God! My little girl is gone; I've got nothing to live for now!" Then followed rebuttal testimony against that introduced by the State, denying that Small drank heavily, and that he had cursed his wife. Clock Wu Not Alarm. J. Alexander Lancton, a Jeweler, testified that the wreck of a clock found Jn the house had been on elght t day clock.. and not an alarm clock, as had been contended by the State when it sought to show that an alarm clock .had been used by Small to set off an incendiary contrivance. Charges that the State has been holding out information favorable to the accused were made by the de fense, following a call to the stand of Sheriff Chandler. Testimony late In the "day showed that Small and his wife were on ex cellent terms. POLICEMEN WILL BANQUET. W. G. Stott, of the Third precinct, will be installed as president of the Policeman's Association of "the Dis trict at its fifteenth annual banquet at Pythian Temple, Thursday night. Other officers are: W. J. Kerns, First precinct, first vice president; G. M. Little, Ninth precinct, second vic.e president: George W. Sollers, Fourth precinct, recording secretary: J. R. Wilson. Sixth precinct, financial secretary, and W. C. Adcock, Tenth precinct, treasurer. The Commissioners, Major Pullman, and the heads of a number of civic organizations have been invitde to the banquet. Evening Services Iowa Avenue M. E Church. Fourteenth and Emerson streets, the Itcv. C. E. Wise. Sermon, "TlheeMeaning of Prayer," S p. m. Calvary M. E. Church, Columbia road, .between Fourteenth and Fif-' teenth, the Rev. James Shcra Montgomery,. "Francis Wlllard," 8 p. m. Wesley Chapel M. E. Church, Fifth and F streets, the Rev. Howard F. Downs, "What Is Ypur "Ufer''8 p, m". Union M. E. ChurchTwentieth, street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the Rev. John MacMurray, "The Cross Roads of life Which Road Is the Way to a Happy Tear," 8 p. m..C Hamline M. E. Church, Ninth and P streets, the Rev! Lucius C. Clark, "From the Manger to the Cro'ssf 8 p. m. First Congregational Church, Tenth and G streets, the Rev. James L. Gordon, "The Prodigal Wife," or "A Woman's Mistakes in Her own Home," 8 p. m. ML Pleasant Congregational' Church, Columbia road, near Fourteenth streeL the Rev. Clarence A. Vincent. "Unanswered Prayers,',' fi p. m. West Washington Baptist Church, Thirty-first and N streets northwest, the Rev. B. D. Gaw, "Forward," 7:45 p. m. Grace Baptist Church, Ninth and D streets southeast, the Rer. F. W. Johnson, "Beginning 1917 Right," 8 p. m. Second Baptist Church, Fourth street and Virginia avenue southeast, the Rev. Howard L. Stewart, The Unpardonable Sin," 7:45 j. m. Temple Baptist Church, Tenth and X streets, the "Rev. J. J. Muir, "I7n- Kept Resolutions," 8 p. m. Metropolitan M. E. Church. John Marshall place and C street, the Rer. Harry Dawzon Mitchell, "What' Is Spiritual Repentance?" 8 p. m. Waugh M. E. Church, Third and A streets northeast, the Rev. F. M. Mc Coy, "The Tragedy of a Backward Look," 8 p. m. First Church of Christ, Scientist,; Columbia road and Elcltd street north west, "God," 8 p. m. Second Chu ch of Christ, Scientist, Fifteenth and R streets northwest, west, "God." 8 p. m. Gurlcy Memorial Presbyterian Church, Fourteenth and Meridian place, the Rev. Bernard Braskarnp, "The Secret of Happy New Year," 8 p. m. Western Presbyterian Church, H street, between Nineteenth and Twen tieth streets northwest, the ilev. J. Harvey Dunham, "Christ and the Deliverer," 8 p. m. Metropolitan Baptist Church, Sixth and A streets northeast, the Rev. John Compton Ball, "Lights for 1917," 7:45 p. m., "First Princi ples," S p. m. Grace Reformed Church, Fifteenth and O streets northwest, the Rer. Henry H. .Ranck, pastor, "Sheppard King," 8 p. m. Ingram Memorial Church, Tenth sreet and Massachusetts avenue northeast, Lewis E. Purdum, minister, "Some Famous Hymns," 8 p. m. New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, Dr. Wallace Radcliffe, pastor, "Is There Another Chance?" 8 p. m. St Luke's Lutheran Church, Eleventh and H streets northwest, John T. Huddle, pastor, "Luther's Social Theories," 8 p. m. JIL Vernon Place M. E. Church, Ninth and K streets northwest, the Rev. Edward K. Hardin. "The Fatherlike Pity of God," 8 p. m. United Brethren Memorial Church, North Capitol and R streets, the Rev. Charles E. Fultr, "Qur Pilgrim Fathers." Church of the Covenant, Presbyterian, Eighteenth and K streets, the Rev. Charles Wood, "The "spiritual Message on Some Familiar Things," S p. m. Eastern Presbyterian Church, Maryland avrnue and Sixth street north B?t, the Rev. Alfred K. Barrorg, "Winning In Life's Race." S p. in. EcKlngton Presbyterian Church. North Capitol and Florida Avenue, the Rev. H. E. Brundage, "What Jcatis Requires of Disciples," 8 p. m. Washington Heights Presbyterian Church, Columbia add Kalorama roads, the Rev. John C. Palmer, D. D minister, "An Old Question for tho New Year," p. in. ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT TOWN' Happenings of the Day in , Various Parts of the Nation's Capital. Tne education of the child of kindergarten age will be the main topic of discussion at the next meet- , ing of the Mothers' Congress to be j held January 16 at the Raleigh. . .Babies are to be checked as usual. I this time at the First Congregational ) Church, at Tenth and G streets. The i work of the kindergarten will be de- tailed. Various method.", to lie com- j pared with the local way, are 10 dc presented and discussed. Mrs. Edward Dann Hardy, chair man of the kindergarten committee, will be In charge of arrangements. Pigeon Fanciers Banquet. The Washington Branch of the American Racing Pigeon Union held a banquet last night in the head quarters of the organization at 703 K street northwest. The laws of the District on the location of pigeon lofti were criticised by E. C. Buscall, financial secretary of the union. Wil liam F. Dlsmer, secretary. In a short address, said the club would.be repre sented in the inaugural parade, if pos sible. Ionic , Club Member Dine. The Ionic Club of Master Masons, employed in the Treasury Depart- i ment, gave a banquet and musical en tertainment in the Ebbltt Hotel last night. On the musical program were Mr. and Mrs. Heartslll, Miss Delva "Hich, Miss Katherine Floeck her, William Bralthwaite, and Miss Minnie Hock Smith. Dr. Vernon At kinson gave a reading. To Exhibit at Arts Club. Pictures by four artists well known to Washingtonians, will be placed on exhibition at the new Arts Club, 2017 I street northwest, during ths next two weeks. The four exhibitors arc Miss Sarah Monroe, Miss Catherine Critcher, Alexis B. Maney, and Rich ard D. Engel. Architects Elect Officers. The annual banquet of the Wash ington Chapter of the American In stitute of Architect was held last night at the Raleigh. Officers elected were: Waddy B. Wood, president? Percy Adams, vice president: Thomas A. Mullett. -treasurer, and Robert Mac nell, secretary HOUSE WARMING Drama League Players to Receive ' Friends Thursday Evening. The Drama League Players of this city, who are trying to procure a little theater for Washington, simi lar to, such theaters in Philadelphia and Chicago, have made their first step by opening their Workshop, at 1332 V street. There they will have a house warming on Thursday even ing In this studio the scenery is de signed for the league's winter course of plays, and the costumes are also made by the players. For the rest of this season they will use the hall at the Wilson Normal School, Eleventh and Harvard streets, where they pre sented John Masefleld's "The Tragedy of Nan," on Thursday and Friday nights. in tbe Gburcbes EDUCATIONAL NEW CLASSES Now Forming NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE & APPLIED ART Michel Jacobs. Felix Mahonr 1S05 PENNA. AVE. Next To Riggs Bank Phone (Main 73S8. MRS. WINIFRED SACKVILLE STONER'S Method employed at the. School of Natural education held at 730 Quebec place N. W. 111m Margaret Pierce, a graduate In the former. Is conducting the school arrange ments made to accommodate a few more chil dren from 2 to t years old. Automobile will call. Telephone Col. 33. ' INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Grades high school: languages, mathematics, wiener. Government service; moderate. COLUMBIA, S31 13th st. N. W THE ZOLVAY ATELIER SCHOOL OF SCULPTURE I-I2G-30 E Street . A. GUITAR SCHOLARS S years experience simple, easy method: taugnt in .n lessons. Address TEACHER OF GUITAR. 738 Cth st. N. W. WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF ' CHIROPRACTIC Classes now forming. Private treatment given 'for Chronic and Acute Diseases. Con sultation and Examination free. J. Shelby Riley. D. D. Dean:- Rosalie M. Simpson. D. C Secretary. 1118 P st- N. W. Phone Main IMS. Office Hours. 9 to 8. WASHINGTON HOTELS EVERETT HOTEL, 1730 H St. N. W. " Under New Management Delightful large front rooms: twin b6ds: hot and cold running water: 1 In room. 8100: 1 In room, JS5 per month. American plan. TeL In cart room: elevator service. EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS SOUTH NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA Dally from 7th Street Wharf. 0:45 run. pity Ticket Office. 731 13th St. N. W. NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON . STEAMBOAT CO. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE storage Rooms, SI mo.up Moving, Packing. Low Rates Union storage Co., wrS.' North 104 CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos. -Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'3, ISO Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Mala UK. "SAFETY FIRST." ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. Booms, 33.00 and up. Moving. Packing. Phone Main 433. 4U-430 10th st. N.,W. FIREPROOF STORAGE In Separate Locked Rooms, (3.00 Month Up. Merchnls' Transfer & Storage Co. Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.VV. MOVING FADDKD VANS I.. FVRX1BUED Choaa m. aao-roiL -KREIG'S EXPRESS, -. . J2 H 8tft TV STORAGE. PACKING AND SHTPPPfO. free moving; for utor acr. K. S343 or IV. 3344. SMITH'. THANSFKH & STORAGE CO.. BI2 S, Nluht Ft. . 8093. LOST AND FOUND DIAMOND RING -Kith initials, lost on 3rd st . between Mass. ate. and C" or on C st . between 3rd and 4th N. E. Return to GEO. M. HENAULT, SOI Mas-. ae. N. E. Lib eral renard. LARGE MALTESE CAT at tho corner of Ijmont and torgla a N. W. Reward If returned to 730 Quebec place N. W. Phone Col. 6933. DIAMOND EARnr .i-Lost either In north west or downtowu. Reward for return to M RS. NASH. UW Monroe t. Col SmblaMCl. DOG Lost or fcirafri on January 6: small wire-haired female terrier: nhlto and black body, bronn face; anters to name Lucy. Liberal reward If returned to lfeOl F st. N. W. LEFT HAG In amo at Virginia end of Aqueduct Rrldge Christmas night. Return to Raslvn Postmaster MALTESE POODLE .mall white. Reward If returned to 3173 Womlng aie. SWEATER SASH While silk, between H30 K and S3C 13th st. Reward J2. MRS. LORINC. 1130 K at. IRISH TERRIER Yellowish-brown, medium site, green collar marked "Dennis. 1333 Con necticut avenue." Return to that address. ji reward. Telephone North H. BREAhTI'IN. Monday afternoon, Jan. I. round black and unite stone c&meo. set In gold and pearls, whlto hend on blark ground, reward. MRS. HARL CRAN STON. 111 Ining st N W. 1 DIAMOND DROP -From hovknot pl.i. at Shoreham or I'nlverslty Club. New Year's night. Liberal reward. 1436 M st. N. W I Apart, til. i PARCEL Containing ladja tan silk dress. lost Saturday evening about 5:10, be tween Shoreham Hotel and Florida, ave. on ML Pleasant car. .Return Apart. 4(0. Cordova: reward. 1 WANTED AGENTS COLORED AGENTS for the ioiiuVrful l'hlli Hair Drenklng ami Mralghtener. 1 In busl- nesK for jourself. Write for terrltorj. I'OLY- CLINIC MED CO.. Clnrlmiall. Ohio AGENTS make 6C0 per enTpro(lt rellinngour Auto MonogramM and Inltlul. Window Sign letter. Changeable signs. unl Show Cartls. rl.OOO arletles. Enomrous Demand. SULLf- VANCO .11M Van Ilurenjit.,ClilragoI III AGENTS to advertise our goodx Ly dlstrlbui. ing free samples to t-onsumer. 90 t-ents an hour. Wrlto for full jiartlc-ulars. FAVORI CO.. 3K3 Rex St.. Dayton. Ohlo. AGENT8 Sell "Kantleak" Raincoats, new plan. v,e deliver and collect. Cooper making 1(5 a week, sample fr- roMER MFG. CO.. 14 Ward St.. Dajton. Ohio j HELP WANTED MALE BOY to learn Jewelr trade, good pav. rer erenirs required. Apply at omt, 1S37 7ih st. N. W. . BOY to learn povter presb embossing. HAL'S , I.KR & CO.. 730 171h St. BOY Around grocery store: one who ran ride wheel. Apply 3403 llth st. N. W. 1 BOY Errand, with wneel. Apply G. L. HI'SKE OPTICAL 'Q.. 1433 11 St. 1 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 TELE- I GRAPH CO., 1401 F St. N. W. 'GOVERNMENT railway mall, postofnre and other positions pay t.OO to 1LS00 a year with short hours and steady work, prepare for 1 coming examinations now under former V S. M.il Service Secretary? Examiner. Booklet . M 3. free. Write today. l'ATTERHO.V CIVIL hKltVTCK SCHOOL. Ro hester. N. Y LM'NDIIY DRIVER Experienced and lle nirr. utile to operate Ford car. COLUMBIA I-VUNDRY. 633 G N. W. IjAUNDRV HELP Experienced. Ip all depts. In steam Uundn". Apply 733 9th St. N. W.. PALACE I.AUNDRY . PRESSFEKDKR Jon, at DAWSON, 907 Sth st. W. B I fpy5SSSi-5r aimry xww5l HELP -WANTED MALE WANTED Machinists, car builders, car repairers, telegraph opera tors, foreign laborers. No labor troubles. Apply at Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. "Free labor office, No. 10 F St. N. W. WAITERS-Tho. W. Apply SIT th at. N. WHITE JANITOR for small apartment house: must understand furnace; references required. BOX 109. Times offlce. 130.00 WEEKLY made nrjtlng names for mall order houses; no canvassing; particulars for stamp. THE GUIDE COMPANY, Memphis, lH2: I HELP WANTED FEMALE . ( APPRENTICES to leitrti French dresscuttlng. dressmaking, designing and millinery; good I position furnished after learning. NEW ' YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. HIS Q st. . ' COOK- lr Second St. N. E I EARN MONEY AT HOME addressing en I velnn and malllnc- circulars, spare time.. . I particulars for stamied envelope. Address SUCCESS SUPPLY CO . 4940 Belmont ave., I Chlcago.vlU. ' MANGLE GIRLS Experienced. WEST fcNU r a T."rT-s ohm t. -v. V Tf7 LsAUttUni, A. -4 jTX. t MARKERS Experienced on starch goods. t)Il l..U lJAt.m"i .. . . ... PIANO PUPILS Lessons at pupils" home: be Sinners preferred, experienced teacher. BOX 10r. Times offlce PERMANENT POSITIONS for refined young women between IS and 31 years of age: height J ft. 4 In.. 8th grade education, to ! i.t.h.n. ...mtinr. Annlv between 9 a. m. and S p. ro. dally and from 7 p. m. to 9 P. m. Thursday, January ii. to inj ira School. 733 13th st. N. W- room K. START THE NEW YEAR making money: manicuring, halrdresslng taught: JJ each. MIRROR BEAUTY SCHOOL. 831 F St. N. . WASHER WOMAN for a day a week. Ap ply 730 Quebec place or call Col. 63C WOMEN-WANTED Full time 315: "Pare time 23c en hour, selling guaranteed Wear Proof Hosiery to wearer: experience unneces sary. WEAR PROOF MILLS, Norristown. Pa. WOMEN Experienced, colored, to demon strate from house to house: salary. Apply 731 Sth st. N. W. " . WOMAN Settled colored, for housework. at mice: bring rererence. an . N. W. . ! ' HELPirVANTED Male and Female. MILLINERY Uody workers, experienced and apprentices. MARIE LOUISE, 1S1I H st. N. W. ! MAN-Colored. for kitchen: also women to wash dishes; also maid. Apply LOGAN IIOTELIowa Circle. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY STORE First claas with baker). Mght lunch; tho best class of trade and in excellent location. Address to BOX 1W. Times offlce. , 15,000 NEEDED in a gold and silver mining proposition adjoining a property where W.O00.OOO has been taken out. prospeetlng all done. 13 rich elns op-nel on the surface assaying from to 11.H44 per ton: need a few thousand dollars more to make It a world beatrr, no dent, tor interview mhojj umv 107. Times office L r have A GOLD and silver mining proposi tion which I desire to explain to man or woman who Is looking for Investment vuere the nrospects for large returns are most fa torable. For Intenlew address BOX 10!, Times jfflcc. . BUILD a steady huTMncts from jour home In jour own community; either sex, all or part time; you take orders: we aemer. ""'"-'' "" pay.-you we-kly, no ',' Im,-"'-"P':"',,"It"" operation, ask about plan A. rtKIll NUR SERIES. Rochester. N. Y. Est. 1Kb. A WELL RATED and established manufac turing corporation wants capable business man to manage branch office and handle salesmen; enormous profit. HOO to 11,000 capi tal necessary write for particulars and get In business for yoyrself. Address GLORIA COMPANY. 1437 Carroll ate.. Chicago, in. RAISE CAPITAL; best methods; corporations organized cverywncre: m-erai "'" r,":" tlons. U- S. LEGAL CORP. MO Bond Bldg. FOR SALE A nicely furnished rooming house, with twelve rooms. 93s E . N. W ! ROOMING llOU.SU, N. W. Nearly com pletely furnished. line location: con venient to main 1" O. to Union Ma.; h. w. h. Box 334. Times office 1 PERSONAL l-l ill I III II l 111 II m MI H; MISS BAGLEY :: i Swedish Masseuse and :: Nurse, - c.uhHUo Rnilv Masaire. "" T 612 Kenols Bldjr.. llth & G N. W. T I'HONE .MAIN 2h,3. T I treat and relieve the follow- "InK-ailments Rheumatism. RnejJ; .. "" matlc Gout. LtimbaKO. t'" . . " t, iint a Vnrvnns Troubles. Con- . " ntlpatlon. Tircil Muscle?. Poor.. i irruiation. iirru, ah-iu ...- .. InK. aNo tired Ifeet. CONSULTATION FREE. Hrs 3 a.m to 6 p.m. Open Sunday I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1-1 I III I 1 I I 1 1 1 I-I-H- rMi'rnnnrlir Static Violet Ray Treatments. lniropoavF(lcla, ana gdp. Hairdress Ing and Manicuring. Louise Maler, 30S Kenols bldg.. llth and O sts. Ph. II. W34. .Open Sun. MISS CAIN -S- "M Apart. L Phone Main 7435. lanlda Williams l22"&t. meat. 705 llth nw. Apt. IL Ph. M. M40. MissORACB MOORE and Mrs. Mary E. i'ii mi wi-i, ni ii Miiiiiems. iiiiinicur Ing. 1M3 V ut X. Ph. M. rCS7. Open Sun. MISS JAMERONn-nTchL to C p. m. !S13Njjr. ate. N. W see. Hoor. MISS WELLS V,aIllcur,nB' sia"" Trw,t--11-"" "iJXJ1-0nent. Open dally. Hours 3 toi. 5.t3 i . x. W . second tloor back. WILL rem wry attractive spate for hair Ir.sser iiianl'lirlsi. For Information all a.l K i N W i AMY PI 1 1 Manicuring Tni Scalp rniX 1-l-'-'lJ Treatment. 71 llth sL N. W.. apartment 3. OPEN SUNDAY. ! MRS. ORA L. FIELD "t52?s? I Uneat: tare and scalp. IIS II nw., Snd floor. Mooc-n Scalp & Elec. treat., manicuring. "laooai, .uperlluous hair r. open un. Airs. M. 1SS9-J. 9 to $. M. -onen. 313 Kenols bldg. DR. REED, SPECIALIST, 804 Seventeenth Street. rivpr 30 Years' successful practice In the VJVt.1 OVJ icaia cure of Chronic. Nervous ana special utseases or JUen and Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrl, Obesity, Rheumatism. Consti pation, Piles. Throat, Lungs, Brain. Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases, Nervous Debility, Kidney Diseases. Bladder Troubles. Soeein,. Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers, and All i l-maio uueaaes curea xor uze by Sals ' Methods. (00. Bacteria Vaccine", and all the new as. rums and anti-toxins admlnlatered i Charges "Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. ' Private Waiting Room For Ladies Office hours: 10 to L 3 to t. Sunday. 10 to IL MONEY WANTED & T0L0AN FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANl AT ' 6 and 6 per cent; 8300 to IS. COO: on residence, ; apartment, or business property: straight I note or monthly payments: can lw arranged In three days PAUL V. MITCHELL ,t CO.. lln;N.W MONEY TO IjOAN On real estate: lowest rates: prior payment privileges; large amounts. TYLER & RUTHERFORD. 817 15th. MONEY TO LOAN-8-S0 to JJOO.OCO on D.. a real estate.- Several trust funds. 4U to t per cent. All transactions conducted with econ omical consideration for borrowers. WM. If. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern UullJIrs. 807 nth st. N. 17. FOR RENT ROOMS- Furnished. O ST.. HIS COR. 13th Nice large front room; running water, gas and bath; 3nd floor: gen tlemen. H. ST. N. W , 413 Tjro communicating base ment rooms fronting park; coal and gas range. 19. mh.ST. 'N. W.. 813 Two communicating rooms: parlor floor. R ST. N. W UIJ Room with alcove as sit ting room, and bedroom: 2nd floor front, and fW,m Oklrll.K...tt.. antta -A ftnllhlA- 13th ST N. W.. 914 3 rooms furnished complete for housekeeping. JS per week; other rooms, 33 and $1.50 per week; tran sients. 30c and. 35c D-r n ht. 1 a ST. N. W 409 Nicely furnished rooms; llk. I .., ! "Bill I1UUIEKFPD1DI UErilllllU. EYE ST; N. IV., 1014 One room, well bMled win, wmncrn exposure? iimiiaucu. N ST. N. W., 3314-Comfortable rooms, fi and unmonthlv. 1 H ST. N. W.. 3112 Nicely furnished .rooms n. M.t ...I... ,..,.. .. f-&a. Wnr4 M, wm uwui m,u Willi, aico.ui ut-... uu , 15 and 18. 1 PA. AVE. N W. 130S Lovely rooms: heat and hot water always; rates to perroanents; op posite Raleigh Hotel 1 IrilTlKTAx. aw. sj rxr son. vnrnlshefl or unfurnished rooms, by day. week, or month; steam beat; prices reasonable. Phone If. 4031. 1 Unfurnished. G ST. N. W 106 Two bright cheerful out side rooms, bath same floor; heat -and gas; I. h. k. Furnished or Unfurnished. 9th ST. N. W.. 1119Large second floor room, suitable for 1. h. k.; reasonable. Wanted INAUGURAL COMMITTEE. Committee on Pub lic Comfort. . Rooms of the Chamber of Com merce, J 202 F St. N. W. Second floor. All persons desiring to fur nish quarters of any kind t visitors during the Inaugural period are requested to call at this office, without delay, and give the following Information: Name, address, number of rooms, number of persons that can be accommodated; loca tion and size of rooms:numbes of beds or cots that can be provided: rates per day. with snd without meals; whether women and children can be safely and comfortably ac commodated, etc. A Leftwich Sin N clair, Chairman Committee on Public Comfort. Walter M. Bastian, Secretary. ROOMS AND BOARD 13th ST. N. IV.. SOI Well furnished rooms with board; home cooking. L STrN. W.7"909 Nicely furnished rooms, w4th board: southern exposure. 1 With or Without Board L ST. N. W 1104 Two larga nloely furnished ' rooms third floor front and first back; good ' hnarrf. ! BUSJNESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOItKINOMEN The hustler is always right and should keep us as busy as Lexington Market on Saturday night, but you must tell your good friends how ou get best value in pants here at II up. they nvy bellete you. irsTirs olo stand, d. . Bad Bills Collected. BAD BILLS COLLECTED or no charge, r.ents a specialty, mono Main 41J3. Hammer, attorney. 61S 14th St. N. W. i Upholstering. PARLOR SUITES upholstered In tapestry. T9 and up: free deL: workmanship guar. EDW. L. KENDIG. T3J T st N. W. Phone N. 159. Window Shades. Oood quality opaque. Best quality oil fitted to your A Sz-jpaque; hung fj(jC window . -"-free ............. We call with satnple". Ph. Line. Jit. KLEEDLATT'S lg&v. & v Vacuum Qeaners. LET us estimate on your Vacuum Cesnlng and floor polishing: vacuum cleaners for sale and rent: all popular makes. SANITARY METHODS CO.. 1103 14th. N. iUi. Laundry. IDEAL HAND LAUNDRY, North 6764. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHED 1866 DIAMONDS OLD GOLD. $ .BOUGHT SILVER. r LATIN UU. t ANTIQUEJEWELRT 2 1L'ERWARE. 2 RARE COINS. 8 AND CURIOS. JJ BOUGHT AND SOLD 2i AND SOLD ' 'AlrV&rV'ftr' BURNSTINE'S 361 Pa. Ave. N. W. HAVE YOl ANY FOR SALE. IF FURNITURE so tall I). NOTES 633 La ae M. 3C05 and get best rr.ulf N. W. Th CASH prices paid for imi clothing either ladies' or men, send inistal. ulll call. B. TAHHIIHS. 13( 7th st. n Phone NorthJW. WANTED Furniture, pranos. carpets, etc Phone M. 13S3 for wagon, or have us caU. "WESCHLER'S." 930 Pa. a.e. N. W. 1 YP X7AM-iT 1 1 INK"! Highest cash prices paid for all kinds of mo Iron. meUI. ruhtr. rags, bottles. scrap Iron, metal. rubzr. rags, Lotties, papers, second-hand automobiles and parts boughL Phone or drop postal and we will f.H, UNITED JUNK CO. Phone North 3306. 110S W N. W. WANTED Furniture tor cash. Sell j-our goods to th? man who gives the most money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old clothing. shoes, old gold and silver leneiry. Drop i F-1 """ ca,L U ZUKEK1IAN- -''''aM --'M FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Credit. Cash. FURNITURE New and Slightly Used. Easy Terms or Special Discounts For Cash. Save Money, Buy at HOPWOOD 'S, Eighth and K., ICE BOXES suitable for .grocery stores, ho- teW. lunch tooths and boarding houses, easy trrnis or dlwount for rash, sa.n money by denting atJIOPWOOD'S. Mh and K st. N. W. A COMI'I.ETKSET "CYC.." 40mlumrs. all annotHtlon-1 atitl tiincord.inrc Itiilev: uIho "Corpu-t JurlV' to date, anil contract. Ad ilress. BOG r.l. .Tillies ofll e. LOT GOOD LUMBER -Joists, studding. J doors, ami srwer pipe, cheap. A. R. I THOMPSON, 1337 E st. S. E after S p. m. DEATHS FERGUSON At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Perry, ISO S street northwest, Sunday. January 7, 1117. 10:J a. m., Mrs. CATHERINE E. FEROUSON. widow Of the late Elbert M. Ferguson, aged sixty-one years. ' O'CONNELL On Thursday.' January 4, 1917, at Chicago. 111.. MARY ELLEN, widow of Jeremiah D. O'Cotmell. T Funeral from chapel of Frank Osier's Bona Company. 1113 Seventh street north west, on Monday, January t, at 3 p. in. Interment at ML Olivet Cemetery. IN MEMORIAM (Notices for this column are accepted at M cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case, no tice does not exceed t-n lines. And 19 canta for each line In excess of ten.) . UNDERTAKERS Embalmers Funeral Directors ' J. WILLIAM LEE, ONDERTUCER AND LTVEKT, JJ2 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13g. WASHINOTON.'P. C. ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, 200S Pa. Ave. "West 161 lSt. ULrflCH & BURDETTE, 1620 Wisconsin Ave. "West !50. S. H. HINES & SON, INC, ma I4tti BL Jiortn iaa. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,. 1523 Hth 8L North 281. THOMAS F. MURRAY, 2007-2011 Nichols ve. S. S Line. 12C WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO., 408 H St. N. E. Xilab SU. GEORGE W. WISE, 2800 M-St. West 138. W. W. DEAL. & CO., tit H SL N. E. Line 34. HARRY M. PADGETT, 720 11th St S. E. T.lna 12S. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO. 1014 Massachusetts Ave. Main 8420. F. A. SPEARE SONS,- 1208 H SL X. vV. Main 108. P. A. TALTAVULL. 44S 7th SL S. W. Main 1871. THOMAS M. HINDLE, th and H Sta. N. W. Main 627. O. B. JENKINS, ' 803 H SL N. W. Main 4804, THOMAS S. SERGEON, 1011 7th SL N. W. Main 100. JOHN R.' WRIGHT CO, 1837 10th SL N. "W. North 47. JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, 3034 M St N. TV. West 9fc JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS, 1241 Wisconsin Ave. West 804. HERBERT P. NEViUS, J26 New York Ave. Main 2587. GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS, Inc. 301 East Capitol Bt Line 372. W. R. SPEARE, 840 F St Main 4280-428L FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS K every description moderate prlcsa, GCDE. 12H F ST. N. W. .CLAIRV0Y-MTS MME. CARLEVTTA THE WORLD'S WONDER, WHO NEVEIi MET TOU. . TELLS YOUR NAME. Also names of enemies, friends, sweetheart, husband, wire If true or false, their Intentions to you: your past present what future may hold: when, who you marry if ever HE UNITES THE SEPARATED. Sees everyone Irrespective of condition or color; 30 3 ears' exper!ence.moatly in Washington. NO FEE IN ADVANCE S Nothing to pay unless you receive the Infor mation and advice you desire. 10 a. m. to S p.m., at her own private residence. 705- EIGHTH ST. N. W. PROF. D. B. BRUCE THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. I rn m rnn.tiltMl nn Alt AfTnlr. 1-K3A lVal- ter place S. E. Hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. ra.: Sundays, from 3 to 7 p. m. Ph. Line. 1I2L MME. FIELD When you consult her rou consult the best. Re unites the separated. Hrs. 10 to 10. 13TS 7th nw. Prnf Wrip-rit "Pftl'nlt and Clairvoyant. 513 P st. ST. W. Readings Dally. Satisfaction Guaranteed. PROF MOXIEPalml3t' ut floor- nt K- rnwr. nVJluY ayfc nw Headings. COc and 31: satisfaction or no charge. MRS. GAYER The Greatest Card Reader and Clalr Studlo. 11T 1st 3. W. Ivovant. Readings. 33c. MME. VERNER S&J?$ The Great I he uruy ZANCIG Wonderful Psychic rmtryelotu European Seer" reads your every secret, all about Love, law Domestic and Business Affairs. Zanelg Juceeda when all others fail. Special read inSBO cents and H.00. Hours 10-7. Closed Su-nd.ys.Jv5 ?4th ST. N. W. Directly op. poslte Franklin Park. SPIRITUALISM mrsTmamie STEVES ggjgE1 T7.,Hlnr -dally: seances Tues. A Thurs. ev SPIRITUAL 8 P m.T Frl.. 2 P. n-L. SOU: 313 N. J. 7i rc WUITP' Stn ' sf Seances MRS. vvni i n Suit Wed. 4. jv,., g p ni. prlr. dall. Anacostia cars pass. I.. 30Gi-v; . "! ' MRS. BROWNELL2S"gfIJ- -,,!. future, gnes names, aavice on Dust- ness law suits, love. home, separations, changes, health, etc.; seances Wed. & Sun. eiens.. P. m. JUS Eje nw. Ph. M. S035 t . T-r r7"i'FII Spiritual Medium, ix- JVltv3. rv.- Ill ances Tues. Thurs.. ve.. readfng. dally. 1M0 tl -. o.o Lib. Vipc U M NOLAN frjRiTT.-HV MKO. n. m. nULftii, MEDIUM Readings dally: spiritual services Sunday and Thurs. even's. Bombay apL U. 1117 H na. MRS. J. E. MALTBY. SPIRITUAL MEDIUM. 1113 10th st nw. Meetings Wed.. 3 p. nv, A Frl., 7:30 p. m- 35c- A iresag to each. Daily readings. L N. 8393. 1 FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES OPEN AND CLOSED I'ARA ' $ 1 PER HOUKgffiS'vJESn ' TO V Al'i -" v aaa a ara viini, - jt 4CaUaT.a3. SPECIAL RATES ; Phone M.6467, Hotel Occidental I Umouslnes. touring tars, theater parties, ! shopping, calling, wedding", funerals. .Com petent. uniformed chauffeur" ill AND Jl.33 PER HOl-R TAX. SERVICE. Da. Night. Get Our Rate For Trips. THONE L1NC. 161. S1.00 PER HOUR Columbia 3133. Owner Driving. TAXI oERVICE. Trips. 50c. 73c 8L0O. Bv tha hour. 31.35 and iLM. CaU West 84 Day and NlghL i Automobile Tops. REPAIRING, recovering, auto upholstering: side curtains and engine hood covers made. BOSTON AUTO TOP CO.. IOCS Pa. ae. N. W.l'none M TOO. " - flor Sale. I MAXWELL runalHiut 4-vlindei4Si913 model, i 3m Inquire A11MY AND NAVY OAR AGE. Just o.erhauled. ROADSTER, with electric lights and salt- tarter, bargain, also. CHEVROLET McTor CO.. 118 Coan. ave. 1 SppcM Notices F. J. Schoenbauer & Bros ir -.. Siualcar. rcDairlnc mirrors mads and rs-u vered. upholstering. reflnUhlng done: window shades and screens made to order: boos painting, boat work, atore nxturts: all kinds of remodeling-. Phone M. MS. REFERENDUM MASS MEETINO POLTS THEATER THIS AFTERNOON. If you want a referendum for the settle ment of what Is deemed test for the cltlxens of tbe District of Columbia attend the REFERENDUM MASS MEETING POLI'S THEATER This Afternoon, January 7, 1917, 3 o'clock P. M. Residents of thJ District of Colombia. should be heard onall vital matters- Wash ingtonians desiring a volca In the settlement of questions affecting- this city are urged to attend this demonstration for a, fair adjudica tion of the American rights of the residents of Washington. v DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REFERENDUM- ASSOCIATION; ADTKPTlHIiMENT. Acting under instructions of the Con gressional Committee named by CpngreJS to arrange the details of the Inauguration of tho President -of the United States on March 4th next, this office annoances that proposals. In duplicate, win be received and publicly opened at twelve o'clock noort on Thursday. January ISfh. 1J17, for furnish ing material and labor and erecting and later disposal of the Inaugural stand at ths east front of the Capitol. Plans and apeo. Ideations will bo issued to Intending bid ders npen the receipt of ttre'dollara (fS.s In cash, or certified check. In payment therefor. Plans and specifications thus furnished will remain the property of tha purchaser. Bidders will be required to submit with their proposals a certified check in the sum of five per cent ( as a guarantee that they will enter Into contract If the same Is awarded to them, and the successful bidder will be re quired to furnish In connection with his contract a surety bond la the sum of fifty per cent (505i) of the amount there of. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids, and to waive technicali ties In any bid. ELLIOTT WOODS. Su perintendent U. S. Capitol Building an Grounds. 1 PURSUANT to Section L Article VUt ot By-Laws, notice Is hereby given that tha Annual Meeting of the stockholders ot Tha Capital Traction Company for tha election ot Directors for tha ensuing year and such other business as may be brought before the mest Jng. will be held at the office of tha Com pany, Wth and M Streets V. W Washing ton. D. C, on Wednesday. January 101 inf. at 19:45 o'clock A. M. The polls will be open from 11 o'cIoclrA. M. untU B o'clock noon. IL D. CBAMFTOX. Secretary. J APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. llth ST. N. W.. TJT One four-room apart ment with bath, for business. If wanted. COPLEY COURTS, 17th and Church Sts. N. W. v Ready for Occupancy. Invttlnns Reservations. Best ot location and most modern construc tion. All large outside rooms and every ap pointment and service. " 2 to 5 Rooms and Bath. 823.50. to 560.00 Early Reservations Will Command Preferred Suites. J. N. RUTH. Mr. PHONE NORTH MIL - W1LLARD COURTS - . CORNER 1ITH AND WILLARD STREETS. 1 room and bath to S rooms and bath. Rents. 1330 to 160. 0. Naw apartment: all outside rooms; two alec- trie elevators, telephone In each apartment. with all-night service: furnished and unfur nished. , Apply to J. N. RUTH, on Premises. FarniBhed. EUCLID ST. N. W.. "33 I-room fomlak ed apt: private bath: sleeping porch: hot-water heat: reasonable. 1 FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 73 Jth nw. 7irh nw. KT-..VSM 335 llth njr, tW.I7J.on -r ao'1334 10th mV, lCr. &S4 15r.. 75.00 13 nw; 4S I nw. ISr 5TJ0 r room. SM 1W7 13tl nw. r. BtM'.sa llth mr. 9d... 3W - 1-,. evr - -Jl'cn TIW .fie 33.DB 1 141S T nw. tr... 33J4 1001 Fla. ave ne. I SCO 30th nw, 8r.. n.ill ( rooms J-1 sos L nw. r..... SL5043 l nw. Jr.. ran ' 313 Llnworth sw. 11431 Uth nw, r KM I c rooms. MjaT3 P nw, 6r..i... 1T.W ; 305 K nw, 6r... 1S.S0.UZ: Church nw. 1337. I nw. r. . 1S.50 6 rooms -.. lJ.P) 1743 th nw, Er... IZMAt Prospect ne. r 13 S3S Newton nw. 314 Uth nw, Sr.. 14Jn C rooms. U.1330 Sth nw. Sr... 1L0O APARTMENTS. t1S N. T. ave. nw., h.-w. h.. bath. 4r..J3S.S 1743 N. Capitol ne.. cor., fur. heat. Sr... 30- 701 Q st. nw.. cor., fur. heat, Sr 35.J0 419 il st. nir. (furnished), b.-w. b., Jr. 30.0 A. S. Caywood, 915 N. Y. Ave. TRINTED BULLETIN AT OFFICE. 151 U ST N E.. UICHVIKW A desirable new home. In a choice neighborhood. Come see for yourself. Owner. 1 FOR RENT NEW HOU3E3. No. 1334 D sL se. tlLSO 1434 G sL ne I"-- 1431 Md. ave. ne 3LS0 All contain i rooms, pantry, center halt". I bath. etc. Keys to each at home next door. t GEORGE Y. WORTHINGTON & SON. , - WOODWARD BUILDING. VERY DESIRABLE HOME, containing 1 rooms and 3 baths: splendid location: 3M3 ISth sL N. W. Rent fu.50. Apply Manager. The Portner. Uth and U sta. N. W. FOR RENT OFFICES FOR RENT Two handsomely mahogany furnished of fices. Typewriter, telephone and reception room Included. 3 doors from Patent Office. Apply WO Barrister Bldg.. or phone Main 3131. FOR RENT STORES POOL ROOM STORE with plate front, an prox. 1.S00 sq. ft., electricity, splendid lo cation near 30th and Pa. ae.. J30 living quarters it ulred WEBSTER. 199 Pa. ave N. W. Phone M. 7177. FOR RENT WAREHOUSES Ij-J. N. E. Second floor. CSxll. elrtric elevator. 875. 80 I. N. E. 373x110: one story: will di vide. 10c to "lSc per foot yearly, other orooerty for storage or factory. See owner, W. F. NASH. 133 M St. N. W. 1 FOR SALE HOUSES ' " AN EXCELLENT ' HOME VALUE At the right price. In one of tha COaONO sections of Washington. 1601 to 1617 East Capitol St. TRICES from; $3,875 to $4,500 Small Cash Payment. Balance Monthly. All the Advantages That Go With the Modtra Built Home. Six Large Rooms and Tiled Bath. H.-W. IL. etc GO OUT TODAY ! Just oft the car line. 14 square which Is aa added feature for comfort. Five mlnuta walk from beautiful Lincoln Park. Salesmen on Premises Dally Sunday. PHONE M 4J48. Sample House Open Dally. Sunday. P. K. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD On 8110 rash and 815 month at I CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars, drop- . postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RITCHIE, FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE One fruit farm located In Berkeley County. I W. Ya. Has S.MO applw tree. 3-3 In bearing Two farms In Wathlrgton County Mrt one and three mile respectively from State rps.l. i gooil roa' Into Tarn s Nunilxr one. 333 acre II" S f0 app Itreer. (l'O to twelve year. ol.t ncd 3.&r r. h k trees three jears ild. Well .tered. grod buildings. 1 Number lv.o. stock farm. 8n acres sell ' watered, all good buildings. BOWER MILLER. Hagerstowr, Md. ' T "1 Ml A I ! 4 as" I M :si .J I t -rs. '