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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28.
tw 15 XI. r v m ft & i Its. iS fir IS fcv r I sf S i t ! ODTROLL ROYALS ON TOTAL GAMES Grand Centrals Win Five Out of Nine in District Duckpin League. A, By wlnnlnp one same out of three ... w t i in. nln-fit tHft f.riind Centrals trained an edge on "Pop" Halley'a cracks for nine Barnes they have contested in the District League this season, last night's match having concluded their competition against one another for the year. 1 he Grand S. . 1 ..- ... An inn K tn 1 In the early part of the wajon the Grand Centrals scored a signal tri umph when they trounced Halley's men three straight. After that the Royals won two games out of three en two occasions. noil 1.716 Set. Last night's match was an excellent one from a standpoint of scores, the Vaw.I. tilnn- m .at nf 1 71 A lnr1 th. . tvj.j. iiaimfe ... w. ,.w ...... ..- I Grand Centrals one of 1.G47. The J Grand Centrals took the opening con test, E81 to 53, and lost the other two, 5C8 to 550 and C05 to 610. Harry Krauss was the etar per former. He rolled a set of 383. with frames of 117. 126, and 140, and exe cuted his well-known stunt of rolling: duckpins and tenpins simultaneously. While the Royal duckpinners were trimming the Grand Centrals, ne was aiding the Royal tcnpln h wrier., on nearby alleys, to win two out of three from the Commissioners In the Wash ington City League. At the big pin game he achieved a ret of 60S. Krauss Trims Vneth. JIany bowlers gathered at the Royal to watch Krauss and Johnny Vactli hook up In the anchor pis'itlon. Hon ors were about even In the first two games, but Krauss' 140 string in the final against 102 for Vaeth put the' Dutchman well In front. LAST NIGHTS SCORES. MIDNIGHT LEAGUE, raise. i Nationals. George 100 99 11 I Maddax. .HSU Watt-.... K 85 US Welsh SI f IIS May U124 SI.Ruppert . 87 M 109 Totals in SOS re Totals-... 252 2S 307 Manhattans. C A. P. Atlas M 124 71 Armlger..... I 95 11 Baum ill 117 52 i riunkett.... Si K Goldberg.... U 105 91 I Coe 133 SO' X Totals.- ITS 341 XI I Totals 23 260 SB Israel..,,.... W 5 103 Armlgerl. .. lli 110 91 Colman...... J let 88 Plunkett.... SI 112 l Wtjt - SI SS 211 1 Coe U1U71U Totals 271 2S1 ' Totals 301 333 S3 WASHINGTON LEAGUE. Kentucky Reserve. Buckeye Special. Rotin...... T20 128 102 Stanton 84 81 37 Deary.... $3 71 f9 Callen....... f HI 92 Waters... 119 W 111 McGobrtelc. 95109 81 Ross. M M Clancey 81 79 95 Schmidt..... K 18 78 J. Work..... 119 110 SI Totals.. . SO! MS S04 Totals 480 492 419 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE. Barber & Ross. . Wash. Railway Asso. Wanike SO 71 97 I Anderson.... 100 98 93 Xaxxullo.... 94 110 73 I Faunce S3 99 81 Ossel . 97 91 74 I Noack 1CS 93 95 Tompkins... 98 95 112 j Fhrrell 109 1(3 93 WetxeL 94 105 105 I Brooks 131 99 103 Totals..... tTJ 18 3 Totals uxch. WASHINGTON TENPLV LEAGUE. Royals. Commissioner. sfcKnew,.. 223 223 210 Brosnan...-. 189 181 157 Krauss Ot 23 178 Hunt 133 182 117 Jacobsen.... 212 158 171 Blumenthal 2C1 212 112 Garrett 155 147 in Akers 313 209 185 Thomas.. 170 212 1X1 Swatcart... 185 144 1 Handicap... 37 S7 37 Totals..... 9H 958 932 Totals..... 93 9C5 SSI ANACOST1A LEAGUE. Highlands. Shavers. ilanley 91 98 100 Cousins. 97 91 94 McGrath.... 87 HI 115 Murphy. 93 116 SS Naylor.... 98 102 87 Rhodes. 83 SI SO Warder...... 117 109 10T Frame 95 SO SS Ruak..... 86 107 107 Coulter. Ill 94 SS Totala 491 530 514 Totals 480 484 439 capital crrr league. Jewels. Norris Peters. Wright S3 SO S3 Beall 87 87 83 Housel S3 82 93 Tubb 95 117 So Newmerer.. 99 112 97 De LaVgne 88 85 1C4 Barry 89 88 92 Halley S7 SI 79 Martin 88 S3 S4 Etc. art S5 S 97 ToUls 4W 457 411 Totals 452 47 453 FOURTEENTH STREET LEAGUE. Kelleys. Harveys. H.Msyhew.. Ill 9 97 Street 74 SO 99 Morris S5 95 92 Harvey S6 87 .. Johnson. 82 97 92 Root S8 Th'km'ton.. 90 105 91 Crosby S3 94 82 T.Mayhew . 108 SO 102 Simmons.... 85 99 95 Tlerney 124 100 105 Totals... . 471 4S3 474 ToUls .... KIKOK) Tounss Ice Cream. Speedway. Kodar.- . 99 94 81 Baler 85 SO 105 Holden... . S8 109 102 Villain SO V0 77 Wlckaham. 91 SS 10S Dorner . . . 99 87 94 Green 101 95 105 Lantley 107 111 K Xaas 90 1" 100 Xander 118 11 101 Total 472 497 491 Totals .... 489 477 463 NAVY YARD LEAGUE. Miscellaneous. Sight. Bolback.- . S7 10S K Boteler n loo SI Mortan. . S7 4 7 White 108 94 82 Nolan 119 Si 106 Cornell M Mile Lslxure. . 95 120 75 Miller 91 109 98 Rclndel 110 95 irc MaUhens.. 72 101 ss ToUls 438 Vn 471 ' ToUls.. .. 450 4SH IS8 POSTOFF1CK LEAGUE. TWllverv. Equipment, E. Spies.... 105- 97 98 K. iherw'd. 105 111 105 Gregory- - S4 105 SO Kerf. HO K Tolbert S7 100 S Warren..... SI 91 81 Black W SI lm Potter 88 87 91 Broun 94 102 St Becker 71 112 100 ToUls.. . . 491 509 574 Station B Carriers Archer 101 87 S2 Boston S3 112 115 ToUls in 179 Supplies. Davis 81 SI (9 At j OIUUII1...... 1IM 111 in 2 115! McAllister.. 83109 SI Cranford.... 94 Hamacher.. 101 98 ion Nichols mow Weber... 84 101 113 . LandrlclC... 121 105 108 Totals... .478 170 535' ToUls .... 4S2J0 4S1 LMtllSlATti LbAUUi;. Fourth Section. I Tariff. Goggln U2.S8 107 Fmelker S7 105 73 Wllklns. ... 95 S3 88 Kchatx 80 103 SO Maidens.... ID1 85 89 , fhapdelalne 87 125 S3 Kimball. 101 85 92 Smith 99 1 03 90 Battel 113 S4 S7 Marble 114 95 111 ToUls. ... 522 480 471 ' Totals .... 479 531 458 MT. PLEASANT LEAGUH. Palm Cafe. Decatur. Tassa 89 SI 112 Ray 89 101 93 Bmoot 107 111 2Baln 89 81 81 Bohanon. ., 110 108 10S I Malse 85 94 110 Offer.berg- f 81 104 Muzsy 85 97 98 N.Chaconas 125111 98 1 Heupel.. .. 97 vn 78 Totals (30 507 505 ToUls.. .. 445 477 182 NORTHEASTERN LEAGUE. C P. Bergs. American les No. 2 Allen 70 87 92 llurd... . 117 102 71 Brman'skis. 94 101 103 Howard..... 88 32 88 Keedham... 88 S3 SI Heady 7S n 102 iiowaer 88 57 ill Bowers 101 91 91 Brown 88 SO KS Stone si so 111 ToUls..... 457 4C 415 ToUls 4114(4 511 Mcllughs. Indians n.MeCar ... 104 in 101 It Johnron. 81 73 88 Reedr SO SO 85 K PuUskl.. 97 S7 1C1 Carroll 15 87 100 W Pulaski.. 80 71 101 Gerartl...... 101 101 II W. Ford .. S2 i S2 Darr. S 101 Kl 1. Pulaski.. 90 97 37 ToUls 47 (00 471 I ToUls 410 I2S 4C9 CENTRAL LEAGUE Hamlltons. Olives. Toson 95 $4 100 S. Brnson .. 122 111 100 Garland...,. 121 SI 88 R Tolson. . 82 110 112 Sillier....... IS II 79 C Benson... 101 HI 91 Rontson..... 9 110 112 Gayle 91102 94 Steele 97 91110 Hart 101 9S 121 Totals (17 45 iss' ToUls (10 MS 621 COLUMBIA LKA6UK. T. A. Cannon. Pabst Brew Co. Cannody.... 98 1C3 99 O'Leary. lfS 82 127 Murphy 99 95 5 Smith 94 97 91 Barron... .. 'I 88 ss Cbchron 117 91 SI Rockelll 104 94 $0 Knudsln 80 87 U (Stanton HI SI 103 Brcen SI 102 II ToUls..... (B 471 475 Totals 4J 4M 43 K. It. Y. M. C. A. LEAGIIE. General Office. Maintenance of Way. Weiss MU1 tl Dorsey U 106 s: Smith lli ss s: LawrensoiC Its II 89 Graves 108 10S H Trotter. n 105 SS Hannan SI S3 1M Dummy S K Si Weeks Ill 91 91 Williams.... 93 1M HI Totals.. . 17 10 42? Totals. 411 470 4S3 DISTRICT LEAGUE. Royals. Grand Central. Halley II 1U III Hovr Ill 107 111 Carroll 13)101112 LrMs 108 119 H Krauss 117 VX HO Elker 104 100 114 Meany 112 123 n Gheen 124 91 103 Mayhew.... 108 120 99 Vaeth 1M 111 IK Totals.. K3KSH Totals Ml K0 Mi NAUTICAL, LEAGUE. Raccsr Canoe. Broad Water. Krelter ... 89 91 85 Evans 87 SI 102 Bench 105 103 79 Dummy SO 80 SO J. Wright.. 81 109 97 ToUls 411 475 443 Sycamore Club. C. Stockett 71 89 89 Schaldt 1M 81 88 Cleary 80 103 78 G. Stockett.. 85 SS 100 OlTutt S3 97 103 F. Phillips.. 71 77 9 Wright S3 100 94 Sbepard 5 101 71 Dummy 80 80 SO P. Phillips. 112 119 101 ToUls 4M 499 423 Wash. Canoe Club. Forfeited. Totals.. 429 441 478 ' SOUTHEAST LEAOUE. Midnight Crew. Inscoe's Lunch. Demar 112 92 111 Curtln 88 1(0 91 Shipley 130 112 124 Beyer. 94 92 89 Werntx 97 111115 Obm 77 91 111 Shanks lO 88 111 McDonald.. 97 100 100 Goddard.... 108 101 ISO McCormack S3 109 108 ToUls 558 512 i Totals 445 SOO 600 MASONIC LEAGUE. King David. Mt. Pleasant. Vanderllp.. 98 91103 Moon....... M 92 94 Mareau.. .. 101 SS S2 Helskell.... W M 73 Prugh 90 9 95 A. Swan.-. 89 91 97 Bplcer 100 111 111 Williams.... 87 Ss 91 Leslie 97 SO 97 H. Swan.... lit 105 105 ToUls 4164S7M0 Totals.,... 4S9 474 414 Dawson. King' Solomon. Loverlng.... 91 81 94 Brenner.... 88 94 ss Dummy..... SO 80 SO Dummy SO 80 80 Gerardl 84 91 82 Burrough... 84 81 S4 Crarupton... 88 92 117 McLaren.... 91 S8 115 Nally 90 104 91 Smith 84 92 91 ToUls 432 413 484 ToUls 425 447 Kl BRUNSWICK LEAGUE. ' Suferlals. Easterns. C. Seyfarth. 102 105 95 Keeler tl 108 99 G. Seyfarth. M $8 88 Lawson SS 101 110 Dummy....'. 85 85 85 Farley 4 71 S2 Padntnl.... 91 St 77 Ricks 4 91 85-81 Zupnlck.... 88 75 S3 Ltmdy SS 95 91 Totals 415 411 431 LEAGUE. Touts... . 445 487 4(7 I. O. o. r. Columbia. Fowler 94 90 $ Broderlck.. 80 82 72 Keck 91 110 SI Fill In ss SO SO Williams... S3 122 98 Totals 441 484 422 Beacon. Balrd., X 81 79 81 71 79 81 80 79 Metier.... Pleager... Bennett... Little SO 84 82 79 85 93 ToUls 427 409 412 RECLAMATION LEAGUE. Accounts. ArJooIntment. Bergh 105 91 102 MeChesney. 93 92 V Dugann.... 105 124 107 Totala 309 110 295 Knapp 95 .89 101 Waanan.... M HI 197 Numbers.... 98 '97 SS Totals 279 100 80S HTATTSVILLE LEAGUE. Arcades. Gladiators. Johnson .... 99 81 91 Fainter..... 91 111 94 Bumslde.... 90 92 90 Fait S3 91109 Sllnkman... 95 111 91 Darnell 91 97 SO Knight 80 84 93 Wilson 84 101 121 McClay HI 108 98 Rosa 104 95 88 ToUls 451 487 4SIJ Touis:. 471 483 490 LAST NIQHT8 CRACKS. S. Benson, Olives, 141. Krauss, Royals, 140. P. Phillips. Broad Water, 139. O'Leary, Pabst, 137. Tierney, Harveryl, 130. Brooks, Washington R. R. A. A., 138. Vaeth, Grand Centrals, '133. Carroll, Royals, 132. H. Swan, Mt, Pleasant, 131. H. McCarthy, McHush's, 131. Shipley, Midnight Crew, 130. WHERE THEY ROLL. District Good Fellows vs. lutes, at Royal. R.eso- National Capital Dumbartons vs. Souineast Scars, at Georgetown. Departmental Land vs. Commerce, at Palace. Masonic Stansbury vs. Columbia; St. John's vs. Washington Centennial, at Royal. Commercial Judd & Detweller vs. Washington Gas, at Palace. Interstate Statistics vs. Engineers, at Arcade. Agriculture Interbureau Crop Es timates vs. States Relations, at Casino. PtSjtofllce Station K vs. Old Sta tion F; Delivery vs. Equipment, at Postofflce. Bankers Union Trust vs. Franklin, at Casino. Georgetown Commercial C. P. Ash Company, vs. Terminal Lunch, at Georgetown. Bureau of Printing and Engraving Cubs vs. Examiners, at Rathskeller. Southeast East Station vs. South land, at Southeast. Capital City Ivory Soaps vs. In dians, at Rathskeller. Knights of Columbus De Soto vs. Isabella; Nina vs. Plnta at National Capital. Mt Pleasant Corby Bakery vs. Florls's, at Arcade. Arcade New York Life Insurance vs. Benedicts, at Arcade. Columbia Rafterys vs. Weber, at Columbia. Fourteenth Street Kellys vs. Ava Ion's, at Garrisons. Reclamation Mails vs. Engineer ing at Palace. Capitol Hills Deweys vs. Jays, at Capitol Hill. Omo Class Tigers vs. Dodgers, at Brightwood. Anacostla Maglegetteri vs. Seven teenth Street Stars, at Anacostla. Washington City Tenpln Interior vs. Acme, at Royal. EXCURSIONS FLORIDA "BT 8EA." BALTIMORE TO JACKSONVIL' E (Calling; at 8avaaw-ei "Finest Coastwise Trip In the World." Illustrated Booklet on Request. Merchants & Miners' Trans. Co., B. O. R R. Office and S17 llth St. N. W. W. P. TURNER. O. P. A.. Balto.. Md. . OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS SOUTH NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA Dally from 7th Street Wharf, 4S p.m. City Ticket OfBce, 731 18th St. X. W. AOIIKOLK AND WASHINGTON STKAMBOAT CO. "moving, packing, storagV larthMtt lrastlsr t Sltritt Cs. Suburban, Hauling Solicited, Foreman on every Job. INT I St. LE. Ftta Ibi. Hit VQVINCs PADDED VANS n.VJVllKU FURNISHED Phone U. 2S10-21L KREIG'S EXPRESS, JE H Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPtNa. CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and ptaaoa. Estimates cheert Zr (Ivan. WKSCHLKaV. 8M Pa. avs.-N. W. Phone Main I8H. SAFETY FIRST," ABPOLtrTEI.T FIREPROOF STOrtAClB. UNITED STATES BTORAQE CO. Rooms, tl.W and up. Moving. Peeklag, Pben Main 422. 1WJ iota st. N. w. Krre motlnit; for Mtor nxr. IV. S343 or . .TT-H. SMITH TRANSHKIl A. STORAfiK TOW ffIS a Meat 1'tu .. 6J92. INAUGURAL NEEDS ROOMS FOR RENT WHERE TO EAT SEATS FOR PARADE WINDOW SPACE SUPPLIES, etc. Notice Far rales under lki seadlsp pkons If. 260 and ask far Want A.O. Drpt. SEATS AND WINDOW SPACE WEATHER LIKE TODAY ruuiiDneB one ui inc dcsi icmuuo why you ahould enatTe your SEATS TO VIEW PARADE IN THE MUNSEY BUILDING Average weather conditions In Washlnstton at this season make out side seats uncertain values. Sears here command an excellent view, nut onlv dlrectlv In front but a wide sweep both east and west on the ave nue. Every convenience. Ladles rest room. For reservations, address Room 1001, Munsey iiulldine. M. 440. SPLENDID BALCONT". 25 ft. long; will accommodate large crowd! will rent reasonable. T. W. DUVWORTII, 1002 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Miln 6129. 501-507 EVANS BI.DG. One large room; fireproof, bldg.; 4 large 'Windows, with view of Pa. ave. In front of White House and entire Court of Honor; at reason, price to a quick taker. Remember the Ground Hog in buying your seats for inaugu ration. Take no chances on the weather. Grand stand at Bo tanical Gardens and also the south side on Pennsylvania ave. N. W., running from 7th to 9th sts. Both ends enclosed in glass. Seats, 2.50 up. APPLY AT STANDS dR v 1309-11 GST. N. W. RESERVE yours now before It Is too lata; fine lunrhes served In our restaurant; prtces moderate 137 Pa. ays. 1110 PA. AVE. Window seats. 2nd floor. for sale, at reasonable price. INSIDE SEATS FOR INAUGURAL parade in new bldp;. at 622 Pa. ave. n. w.; excellent view; prices rea sonable; make reservations now as number is limited. Apply Koom 001 Evans Bldg. REMEMBER TAFT3 INAUGURATION. Buy seats Inside. 225 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Line. 4182. WINDOWS Large, light; also balcony; In well-heated and ventilated business house; secure your seats now; splendid view. K. L. wateks no t'a. ave. .. w. FINE SEATS. IDEAL LOCATION. Seats. 11 to SO, Order now. AM Inside In heated rooms. THOS. E. YOUNG, Carriages. Wagons, Harness. 444-144 Pa. ave. N. W. Main 17. WINDOW SEATS and balconies for rent; the only corner In Washington where you can view the parade up Pa. ave. and Itth st. to N. T. ave. Oiford Hotel. 15th and Pa. ave. NW. LARCEST LIST IN THE CITT Balconies, seats and windows for the In augural Farad. Main (UO-un. TOUNO ft 8IM0N, 1NO, 1214 New Tork ava. N. W. WINDOW SEATS For Sale at HARTET'8 FAMOUS RESTAURANT. llth and Pa. Ave. N. W. PA. AVE. N. W.. W8 (opposite Raleigh Ho- tsl) with all convenlencea. miitei. we-i-. JUST A FEW MORE stats left; gst yours; now; splendid, location; prices modsrata. 211 Pa. ave. N.TV. SPLENDID LOCATION for viewing parade. special rates to parties; excellent lunches served la our well equipped lunch room t moderate prices. 121 Pa. ave. N. W. WINDOWS With all conveniences. HOTEL WEST, 1208 Pa, ate. N. W.. opposite Ra- teign. FURNISHED ROOMS ACCOMMODATIONS for Ave Inaugural vis itors; room snd meals. Is per weea. :i Upshur St. N. W end of Soldiers' Home car line -TH ST. N. E- 147 Two beautiful rooms, with all conveniences, for Inauguration. NEW JERSET AVE. 1208 Four-room apt.; all conveniences. Lincoln 146. R ST. N. W 414. API. 41 One beautiful room; all convenlencea; for Inaugura tion. EAST CAPITOL ST.. 225-227 One very large room for inauguration, all conveniences. Phone Lincoln SS1-W 15th ST. N. W.. Sit. Mcpherson pl.- large rooms, witn or witnout meats. IDEAL APART CO.. 1S0S Pa. ave 3 very larae rooms, steam and hot water, can accommodate parties of ladles or gents In rood beds: space In iteam-neaieu anil car peted rooms for men on flours at 50c per night. E. If. WEliSTfciK. rnone ai. mi EAST CAPITOL ST. 110 (Apart. 4) Can accommodate ten tor Inauguration. lSlh ST N. W. S12 Uiif, bright rooms, near cars ami llne.uD of oarade: Inaug uration visitors arrommodated. A hT. N E- 317 Two beautiful roomi for Inttugurallnn. ml ronnlrncsi. D HT S. K.. $06 To bfautlful rooms for Inauguration, all ronviilentje CARROLL HT. H. K 111 SU beautiful rooms for lnaururailon, all cotnnlfnces. 3rd KT N. H., Hi Thrr beautiful rooms for Inauguration all oonvenienpa. C ST. N. V 201 Six room for Inauura tlon. all i-onv,r.ltnpi I'honf M 1129. C ST- S. K . tZ 11 taiitiful rooms for Inauguration: an ronvniiBncM ;d HT. N. W. 100-On- lar brauiUul room all ronTin1nr, for Inai'mirailnn Sth ST. room, N. V.. in One larifr beautiful mil 4-rtV4nInc4'B, for Inanitiirallnn. F HT. 8. K iti Thrft) beautiful rooms. with all r on nlnrgn. for Inaucuratlon. COU'MBIA !.. 415 3 for Inauguration, ulth bfautlful rtiomi II gnvinlnrs KTK ST. N. W W Accommodations for la augumtlo". all convrnlfiM-g Sth ST. N. W , XS1 Thrra Uautlful rooms for inauguration: an cotivrnirnreii MA1NK AVE. a W., 610-lx beautiful rooms for Inauguration, ail oonTentencf s H ST H. W-. 611 Tbreo 4arg room for In auguratlon; all conveniences. G ST N. W . 1& Sis large rooms for lnaugu ration with all convenlfncen. K ST. S. 15.. MM Two rooms; steam heat, else. U and tile b.; newly painted, iawr-d. F ST N. W., ISC Four large hojuitful rooms for Inauguration, all convenlenr-gn. A 8T S. E.. 321 Inauguration, all 3 beautiful rooms or convenience MARYLAND AVE. N. E.. 1-Kquara of Capitol ; nloely furnished 1st floor sunny room nst to bath. SECURE YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS In ad vane of Inauguration weak In private homes Jn ML Pleasant sedlon (EXOMJSIVtt LY). Will serva break fa it If desired. W ran accommodate 1 to 25 persons 'n eu noma. Let us know your wants Writ or pbone MT. PLEASANT ROOM REN'TINQ 8KRV1CE Uu Hih t. N. W. Phone Col. ric. B ST. S. E.. 117 Al sleeping rooms, best location: breakfsit If dslred t SUPPLIES. ETC. YOl ct.v nur IRON BEDS FROM S 1.00 UP S. WI8ENBEnU, C1I6U.N .W. Vh.ll.tM. WASHINGTON HOTELS EVERETT HOTEL, 1730 H St N. W. Under IV err ltanaxrincnt. Dellfhtful Urr front rooms; twin bed; hot and cold runnlns wittr; 5 In roam, $100; I In room. 155 per month. Amtiicui plan 1. jn each wohi; oloTwtor ttrrlc. LOST AND FOUND" TRAVELING BAG Black leather, marked "A. E. B..' left on Georgetown ear Feb. 27. Return to A. E. BLACK. C. 8. Com- mlsslon. 1721 F St.. and receive reward. l.ANDBAG Black velvet, containing two V.. ..... ... i. . .. .I-.. ,r Kilt uuiiiuci ui itrj.. . car iikuri., .. .(. Tale key, Sunday on 9th st.'car. Reward If returned to 215 Virginia ave. S W. LOCKET Gold, and chain. Sunday. Feb. 25. at Calvary Baptist Church or In street ear. Return to 2818 llth at. N. W., APT. II. He- ward WATCH Lady's open-faced, old-fashioned, blue enamel, and small diamonds on back. Liberal reward If returned to Cashier, Nsw winM Hotel. HELP WAfTfETgiaUE-" BARBERS Four for Saturday. 8unday. Mon day .and Tuerday. VENDOME HOTEL. 3rd and. Pa. ave. WANTED Men and boys over 16 years of age; can earn more than $2 a day. Permanent or temporary employment. Apply MR. PEERCEJ 1st floor 1401 FSt. N. V. WESTERN UNION TEL. CO. BOY Colored, with bicycle. Apply 1220 O st. N. W. BOVS For shoe shine: -good pay; steady position. 1705 and 1711 Pa. ave. N. W. CHAUFFEUR White, for tail and dellr cry. 715 Florida ave. N. E. COOKS Male and female; kitchen men. pan try men. house men and other neip; very good wages. Apply EUREKA, ICll New xorK ave. . COOK Steady position. Apply PRESTO UlXril. 517 9th t. N. W. COUNTER MEN 2: 2 cooks. 1 dishwash ers. Apply DULIN-S LUNCH. 70S 13th. St. N. W. DISHWASHERS-Two colored. CAFE, 808 Pa. aye. N. W. DI81IWAMIER8 Three. WHITE 1'AL- ACE LllXrll. 1417 O St. N. W. ,1 H-IU'M' M 1 1 i 1 III I M I !! 1. DRIVERS For Freight Wagons. '.. Must know the city. Good r ! : wages for good men. :: Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. M-M !'H M-H t I T 1 H-H-l 1 1 M- IIOTET. HELP In all departments. St to S per dar BURGESS HOTEL. AQE.SCT, 50210th St. N. W. . MEN Neat, bright, young, to sell sand tvlches, etc on Inangural atands.. Ap piy liio i ,t.. naiwin in ann a PLUMBER First class: no other need apply. Apply usi Mt. mmmnt st. SHORT ORDER COOKS-Two; colored. RADT'S CAFE, tot Pa. ave. N. W. HELP WANTED FEMALE APPRENTICES To learn French dress cuttlne. dressmaking;, designing and mil linery; rood positions furnished after learn ing. New York Millinery Academy. Ills O st. ASSORTERS-Apply STERLING LAUNDRY, 207 th st. N W. . COLLAR STARCH ERS-Apply WEST END LAUNDRY. 173 Penn. ave. N. W. COOK Steady position. LUNCH. M? lh si N. Apply PRESTO W. COOK And a-eneral houseworker for four In family; two adults and two children; only Hhos who are rond of children need apply 1356 Spring road. GIRLS Fifty, for general laundry work; also coat Ironers. Apply NATIONAL LAl'NDltV CO. 19 Pierce -st. N. W. HOfSEKEEPER Middle-aged woman for light housekeeping. 2002 N. Y. ave. Call after 4 pm. LADY DEMONSTRATOR wanted at once for department store work: must nave ex perlence. IIS a week salary. Phone Promotion Manager. S260 Main tefore 4:20 p. m. Wednesday. February 3 MANGLE GIRLS-Kxperlenced. WEST END I.At'NlWY. 1723 n. ave . vv. MILLINER Experienced. Apply ROSEN BERG'S DEPT. STORE. 1011 Jth st. N. W. Nl'RSE A neat colored woman to nurse child two )eara old; stay nights; good pay. 2C1 Woodley road START THE HKW YEAR making money; manicuring, liairaresslng taugnt; fe earn. MIRROR HKAUTY SCHOOL. Kl V st. N. W WAITRESSES Elperienced, white. IIADY'S CAfK, V Fa ae ? w WAtTHESSES-Whlte, experienced. Apply w ALUS car:, hi irtn st. n. y. WAITRHSSES-Experlenced, at 4J7 Pa. ave. vv . good pay WOMAN For general housework; family of three. Apply Mrs. B. F. MORRISEY, the Alabama Apart, llth and X sts. N W. WOMAN For grnenl housework; to leave clly. Apply APART 702. the Wyoming. after 4o'clockj Ttelpwnted Male or Female. HELP on innff ciatn. nial. or female. Appl) It. XCKKIIMIN. 407 tth si S B WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT CLERK e arulnatlons March :9. ITS to 1120 month, sam ple nueMlons free. Write FRANKLIN IN- btitutu. uept. ts-t;. itocnestsr. . T SITUATIONS WAN I ED Male. GENERAL JOIIUING. rarprntrr. brick and toncrete work J l.. S42 crcslon st. W WANTED MISCELLANEOUS CASH irce paM for om cloth I dk, lit)r IHUlt-fl or isin , tiiu uaiai, win c-ttu, it. TA11S 1 1 K. ISOn Ttii fet. nw. I'limie North 4W. JUNK. JUNK. JUNK. Phono M. 23T9. or drop card. I.Khet cauh Diicet nsiid for taper. rag", metal. rubWr. and old auto rt 3C1 K t, N. W. CONTINENTAL JUNK CO. JUNK OF ALL KINDS. , Including waste paper, rags, metals, old rub ber tires, etc.. wanted by tbe Only & Original AMERICAN JUNK CO. Now Locatrd at tli O at. N W. Fred C. Butt. Msr Phnn North 2l. WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your gguu. lu mo utMi hmh aw 'o IUVII UUQ47 Bee HOPWOOD 1th and K WE WANT Second-hand FURNITUR'E W1EBENUKHO P. 411 La. ave Ph M.ltit WANTED furniture, pianos, carpets, eta Pnone M. ITS? for wagon, or nave us cell. WEKCHLER'HVJia) Pa ave. N W 1 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS IRON BEDS Two double and spring. 12.00 each; 2 single beds and springs, 11 eaih. Apply :oi K st w. v. EXPERT genealogical and family history work: highest American and Foreign refer ences; coats of arms painted and heraldic symliola Interpreted B. V. JOHNSON. Inc., 9T4 Pennsylvania avs. N. Y., Waslitngtuti, l OLD SASH DOORS, blinds and olhrr building material. H. E. corner of 7th and Ky sts N, W MlTtlS. 6 dnzen. 10c per flozfii, saurprs. silverware 311 tzin st w.. znu noor. fall mornlnrs CHILD S Cltlll I.Ike new 1. Ivto guild niga. 1 arh : inih st S K RRCOTinR Victor. Columbia, bought. TAMA RECORD LIBRARY. CtVi 1th N. f. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished CALIFORNIA ST 1828 Accommodate one to ten: first-class: reasonable. I2th ST. N. W., SOO Two connecting parlors and one room on third floor, electric !lht, heat and gas: very reasonable. THE SAN LEONORA. 407 K N. W-Forty gentlemen ran be accommodated; ateam heat: running water; reasonable rates. M. 8721. llth ST.. 1102 (Apart. 1) Large, nicely fur. corner room; privilege of kitchen, March 1. K ST. N. W an Furnished rooms: large front room, first flnr: also other rooms. PA. AVE. 1230 2nd floor front nicely furnished: reasonable. R ST. N. W.. Ill One beautiful room; all conveniences lor inauguration. D ST. N. K.. 102 Two large, beautiful rooms for Inauguration; all conveniences. ROOMS AND BOARD O STV. 1214 Front roomi; reelect table board; refined aurroundlnffs; prlrata aomiiw. i none .orrn tia 12th ST. N. W- 801 Well furnished rooms, with board: home eooklne. Main S543. Wanted BOARD AND ROOM In private family. Scandinavian preferred, by neat young lady: stair conditions and price. BOX 200 Times office. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMtN IS WORK1NOMEN If the present tendency of buying "bargains" Is not checked. It wl mean more cash out of your pocket; best way la to see ua: take a look at some new and most styllih uncalled for suits; some low as SI. JtJSTH'S. OLD .STAND, IIS p. Window 'Shades.' Oood quality opaque, Bast quality on sited to your A ; opaque: hung Anr window "- fret uuu We catl with samples. Ph. Una. 871. KLEEBLATT'S 3 g? g Vacuum Cieanerg. L'T us estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning and .floor polishing; Weuum cleanera far sale and rant: all popular makes. SANITARY METHODS CO- HO llth. N. IMS. FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES AUTOS FOR HIRE, day and night, 11.00 per hour and up Columbia 3122 FORD TOURING CARS to salesmen and tourlrts by the day: low rates. Owner driver. Lincoln 4737-W. CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE. Phone Lincoln '51. Mc. 10 blocks; 75c, dty.proper: IL2S per hour. shopping; 11.50 per hour, touring. All high Kniue. new uira. II and 81.S PER HOUR. Chevrolet ft Ford. Get Ratea for Trips. Phone Par or Night. L. 184. DODGE ggIbS7-gJN. 7626 1221 7th st. N. W.' AU-nUht service. U per hr. TAYI BERVICB. Trips, Mc. Tie, 1 rtrti By tn. n, ,La ,,, 1Lt0 Call West It Day and Night. OPEN AND CLOSED CARS. Si PER HOUR Srectal rates for trips. p-;!J7WUKf,hon. Lincoln B. CAREFUL WHITE CHAUVFKURS.' Automobile Tires. A-l AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING. Sample Blowout Repair. II; tube patches lie up. gibbon; a II It. N. w. For Sale. TAXICAB Ford. 1514, In perfect running order. Terms to r.rvlt-s, Ttr ROBEY & MANGUM 142 L ST. N. W. PHONE NORTH I0. OPEN SUNDAYS. A USED CAR DISPLAY GET YOUR CAR FOR INAUGURATION WEEK. Beginning Feb. 24. a one-week clearance sale of used cars at our showrooms, offer ing at sacrifice prices: Mitchells Dorts Briscoe Oldsmoblle Apperson Bulck Trucks And other make cars. Send a postal card for complete list, showing prices and descriptive matter. Better yet Call MILLER BROS, 1405 H ST. MAIN 4097. APARTMENTS TO-LET Unfurnished BRAND-NEWyFLATS NEAR 4TH & V STS. N. E. CHEAP RENT Four deslratle rnomaj modern bath, porcelain alnk, gas range. Heated by an Individual hot-water plant. Rent. $18.50; corner, 120.50. 17 to 421 W st. N. E. B. F. SAUL COMPANY. 924 New York ave. N. W. M. 2J1, COPLEY COURTS, 17th and Church St5. N. V. Ready for occupancy Invltlrg reservations. Best of location and most modern ennatnv tlon. All large outside rooms and every ap pointment and service. 2 to 5 Rooms and Bath, $28.50 to $60.00. Early Reservations Will Command FTefsrred Suites. J. N. RUTH. Mifr. PHONE NORTH 37L FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished FOR RENT. NEW HOUSE. H17 Maryland ave. N. E C0.S0 Center hall. bath. eletrlc!ty. george y. worth1ngton a son. woodward building 905 FRENCH ST Attractive brick. 7 rooms; flrst-ctaes condition; to desirable colored tenant. t;s SD. Apply ROOM 0S. Dlslrltt National Hank bldg "FOR SALE HOUSES" Big Bargain in Northeast 708 G STREET N. E. CONVENIENT TO UNION- STATION. POSTOrFII'E. AND GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. New lions', up to date and handsomr In every particular; containing six rooms, tile bath, hot water heat; front anil back porches; large lot. ltxlSO; plenty room for garage. For quick sale will sell for 11.000 less than nsses-etl value Yum EARLY INSPECTION INVITED JAS. R. DURITY, Owner and Builder. 7ia lOlh st. N. E. AN EXCELLENT HOME VALUE At tbe light rrlca. In on of th COUINO icctlona or Waahlncton. 1601 to 1617 East Capitol SL TRICES FROM $3,875 to $4,500 rlmall Cash Payment. Balance Monthly. All the Advantages That Go With the Modem built Home. Six Large Rooms and Tired Bath. H.-W. H-. sts. GO OUT TODAY! Just oft the car line, H square which la aa added feature for comfort. Fire minute walk from beautirut Lincoln Parle. Salesman oo Premises Dally Sunday. PHONE M. AM. Famnl TfofiM Opn Dallv Sunday. JJ P. M. ""SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. v- ONE OR THREE ACRES at Ber)n elec tric station cars stop In front of lot. suitable for store or chicken farm; 1500 per acre: offer winte.1 for 1 acre or 3. Mrs. U. K. IU'RFEINIi. McLachlen Illdg.. lOlh and II l -V W K- If Mt TEN-ROOM HOME. 4 acres, shade trees, apples, cherries, graphs: Mock rrnm trol. Icy. without change H M SMITH. Arl ington. Vi Phine Rnvlvn ? T "" FOR SALE FARMS ' MTTleK KXIIMS, half arirs, mt Brent wood. Md., t n month A tU-rorrm houf ami ntntf corner al V. H)utliUle Owner, DC CZAKUA, DEATHS WEAR-At New York, on Tuesday. February 37. 1317. E. E. (Ikey) WEAR, In the forty- uiii rear ot ma age. Notice of funeral later. t UNDERTAKERS Embalmcra Funeral Dlrr-ctors J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND LTVERT. 312 Pa. Ave. N. W. Telephone M. lis. WASHINGTON. P.- C. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every description moderate price. GUDE. 1214 T BT. W. W. PERSONAL - AMY ELLIS Manicuring and Scalp Treatment. Til llth at. N. W. apartment I. OPEN BUWPATB. Marilda Williams and Miss Berry Manicuring, facial mas- scalp treat. 701 nn n. w. at. aits Apts. at your home. MRS. ORA L FIELD fijga?y ment; face and scalp. 815 H ., 2d floor. UICC MnflRF J'8 'n Mr3r B- Botor, Alloc muuRC Uoom i, r st x. w. Erpert Manicuring. Fa. M. W57. Open. Bun. MISS JAMERON SH?L" ! io 9 p. m. lux r. . tw. ww.. wrc. ppot. MISS CAIN E5f"Ji5S J!" Apart. 1. Phone Main 742S. MRS. ETHEL WATSON S7 S? Manicuring. Hours. 10 a. m. to I p. m. JChirOPOdy S. Vlclet H Treatments. f V,, '. Fadal and Scalp. Halrdress- bldg.. llth and Q sts. pn. M: seV olnamr DR. REED. SPECIALIST, 804 Seventeenth Street. Over 30 Years' snceessfalprctIotats wn.i jv sittj enre of Chronic. Nerroos and spedal Diseases of Mart and Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Constl- gitloo. Piles, Throat, Lusra, Brain, Heart, lood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility, Kldnsy Diseases, Bladder Troutres. Epsdss Blood" Polsontfur, Eruptions. Ulcers, and Al) Prtvaate Diseases Cored tor Life by Bats Methods. sol. Rctarlm Vaeetnea. Ana. all the aev aa. runs and anU-toUn" administered. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room for Ladies Office bears: 1 to L to I: Sunday. 10 to U. 'CLAIRVOYANTS Ill III 111 III 1 I I III I 1 I 1 ii-i DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS. " :: m. spencer, : . . ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST . . CELEBRATED PALMISTS AND CLAIRVOYANTS. Studio, 1318 14th St N.W. ; ; " ' CONSULT THIS GIFTED LADT . . AND BE CONVINCED PERSON ALLY OF THE HONESTY AND . . ' SINCERITY OF HER WORK. With- . . out asking a question, she will tell . . you the object, of your call, giving , . names ot frlcnda, relatives, and act- . , " nal facts concerning your life and s . " a circumstances, which you know to be ' hinlntrtv tnm. THE UAAAUZ WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY FEE UNLESS SHE GIVES THE UT- MOST SATISFACTION. IMMEDI . ATELY BENEFITED AND PERilA- . NENTLY HELPED BY CONSULT- T . . ING ilER AT ONCE.. Hours. 10 to I . p. m. "I l-l-l 'I"!"!-!-!-!-!"! ! ! I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1' MME. CARLETTA, PRE-EMINENTLT THE GREATEST OF ALL CLAIRVOYANTS. LIITG REJLDER AND ADVISER. - SEES EVERY ONE NONE SLIGHTED. Hours, 10 a. zn. to I p. m. 1125 14th St. N.W. MRS. R. LUSBY, SCIENTIFIC HAND READING. NORMAL CLAIRVOYANT. Advises clients on personal and general rcattars through PSYCHIC AID: QUESTIONS. All latest fate cards: EAST INDIA CRYSTAL. Ladles only. Closed Sun day. Open till :3X Licensed. 733 12th bt. N. w., zna Hoor. PROF. STEVENS Master Mind or Psychics. CLAIRVOYANCE AND PALMISTRY. fn.t fVntrallv Located. Room &0S-10 Kenols Bldg.. llth and O sts. WORLD'S GREATEST PSYCHIC PALMIST and SEER PROF. ZANCIG, vmi itirtlnruished Medium of modem times. reads your every secret, all about Love. Law. rwimstle and Business Affairs. Zancla suc ceeds when all others fall. Special readings. M cents and tl.oo. Hours, id to i. iosea Sundays. Always consult tne oesi; it ta the cheapest In the long run. and. most Important of all. It costs you no more. s'crmaneniiy locaicu in mis cnj 904 14 th St. N. W. DIRECTLY OPPOSITE FRANKLIN PARK nr nHlmln Clairvoyant. Palroit. lUnie. JJC1U1U111 erf Reaae, T..i, what you want to know. Test. 10c Ufa read- lute. -oc. iv a. m.s p. m. 13 7th st. N. W- CLAIRVOYANT RELii?rRJTND 100S th St. N. W.. above Library. MPS fiAYER Cest Card Reader and 1HK3. W1LH cuirvoyant. Readings, Sc. Studio. 117 1st S. W. M. 74K-J. Mmp rCarrn clalrrJr' nd ITie. iN.drLO, P,ychlc Medium. Tell past, present and future; advice on busi ness law suits, love changes, health, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. ItMdlnc. SOc-tl CO 10 O Si N. W. MATE FIELD whcn rm " her Reunites separated. i;it 7th N W. Prnf Wripht Pa'mlst and Clairvoyant. rroi. vrigin 6I: P ,t N w ph Mltlj Readlnga Dally Satlsfaatlon guar., open eves. PROF MOXIE Ehnlet. ft floor. SU N Mc and tl; satisfaction or no charge. SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES S'Sm1- Readings dally; seances Tues. & Tours, avsa. p. m.: FrL. 2 p. m L. SOU. 3U N. J. ava. aa. MRS. BROWNELL"!- present, future. glea names, advice on busi ness law suits, love, home, separations, changes, health, etc . seances Wed. & Sun. even... i P. m. SOS Eye nw. Th. M. S0M. DC UflTH Spiritual Medium. Se M Ko. IttJ l n anc -rues. & Thurs., hi, : readings dally. KEO Sth nw.. above Lib. ITCC1 BR Known the world over for rvCCLLri lU1 wring. Is In the city for a brief time. 13(: Tarkwooit place N. W pb. Col. 2?10. Hy appointment only. m Qniinil(r; America's oldest spirit IrS. luut:4;nmlut ro,Qium, 300 llth nw. Madrid. Meet. Sun.. Tues.. Thurs . 1 pm. MRS. H. M. NOLAN K. Readings dally: spiritual services Sunday and Thurs. even's. Bombay, apt. 11. 1317 II ne MR1? WHITE tlh - E- Seances mttO ""lie Sun.. Wed. FrL. I p. m prtv. dally. Anacostla cars pass. L.3US-W MRS. J. E. MALTBY !.. fa.llnni TTstaHlnaea allvs V.. -. Jpolntment. Phone N 83. 1113 10th U n. w. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN SECOND TRUST LOANS ARE OUR SPECIALTT. LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST. Write, call, or phone Paul V. Mitchell & Co., nu u st. r w MONET TO LOAN on real estate; lowest ..ratu: prior payment privileges; large amounts TYLER RUTHERFORD, tit liln MONEY TO IOAN-IS0 to I'M).) on D. O. real estate. Several trust funds. IV, to f per cent 'All trarractlona conducted with eco nomical consideration for borrow era. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Building. H7 Uth SL N. W. SpcciaJ Notices BEGINNERS ltno' l r J e . i. n- M1" Bowles. 143. V st. X. W- Apt. 8. The Princeton. DR. WALDO, Dentist, S. E. Cor. 14th & You SU. N. V.'. Phone K. 47. REGINA CEMENT JKfoVS? - " Mends China and Cut Glass. in i ii H-t-i-rv-H-iii m m i iv :: DO YOU SWIM? a " Our toaal la tha nnlv ntiM in '. '. Washington which is exclaslvelr tor women. Instruction 'and supervision classes In morning;, afternoor and (renins;. I '. Young Christian ..Women's v Association J 619 Fourteenth Street Phone Wain 8557- H-I'MIIIIIi; in inn AUCTION SALES THOS. J. OWE.1 SOX, Anetloneers. TRU8TEES 8ALB OT TWO VAWJABLW UNIMPROVED BUILDING LOTS ON THB SOUTH SIDE OJ" DOGWOOD 8TRKEX St TWEEN BTH AND IfXH STREKTS NORTHWEST-By Tlrtns ot a certain deed of trust recorded to Liber No. 1744. Folia U et esq., of the land records of the District ef Colombia, and at. the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee will' sell, at Dufalle anetlon tn tha efTlca. nf Thoa. i. Owen Son. Auctioneers. 1311 O St. N. W., on Tuesday, the sixth day of March A. D. 1J17. at 4 o'clock P. U the followtnr- described land and premises, situate In the District cX Columhlar'and designated as and being lots numbers 21 and S tn Square 1771 In the subdivision ot Sixteenth , Street Heights, is per plat thereof recorded tn the office of the surveyor tor said District In Book 42 at Dare L Terms of Sale: Cash. A deposit of t'OO.OO required at time ot sal and the purchaser allowed IS days to complete the purchase. Further particulars at time et sale. THE MUN8EI TRUST CO.. Trustee. B. J. HENRY. Vice President. STORAGE AUCTION. On Thursday. March 1st. U17. at ls-JS o'cloclc a. m we will sell to the highest bidder all goods stored with OS In tha follswlnz- names to enforce liens for storage and other charges: cva jacsson. waiter Mason, Hauea Morris. Susie 8tewart. Mrs. G. J. Hnekman. Joaanh Mitchell. Annie West. Maggie Finney, Charles Jones, and Mary Best. Interested parties plea, take notice. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND KXPKbW3 COMPANT, 1T 7th St. N. W. PARCEL POST AMERICAN DOLLAR FLAO. Made of. American Taffeta, Six feet long, double stitch sewed stripes. Including pole, ball and holder. Free delivery by parcel post upon receipt of factory price, tl.C0. Send for tree catalogue ot Sags and decorations. AMERICAN FLAG MFG. CO.. Easton, Pa. LEGAL NOTICES Conrad H. Syne; and Jassea Frmaela Smith. Attorneys. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THB DIB TR1CT OF COLUMBIA. Holding a District Court. IS RE: Extension ot Montague street from lta present terminus west of 14th street to ltth street. In tha District ot Columbia. District Court. No. Its. Notice is hereby given, that the Commissioner? of the Dlstriot of Columbia (pursuant to a cer tain provision of the act of Congress, ap proved March i. ins, entitled. "Ah Act malt ing appropriations for th. expenses of the government of the District, of Columbia, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for other tmr- posea," whereby they are attthorjred tn extend any street, avenue, road or highway to con- lorm wiin tu pian or me permanent system Of nfffhwaVB tn that tvwtlMl Af Km TMetete ot Columbia outside of th. cities of tashing-. ton ana ueorgetown aaoptea under th. Act or Congress approved March Z. ISM. aa amended by the Act of Congress approved June 23. 1X98. by 'condemnation indsr th. nravtstons ot subchapter one ot chapter fifteen of th. Cod. ot Law ot th. District ot Columbia) have rued a petition In this court praying th. condemnation of tha land necessary for th. extension of Montague street, from Its present terminus west of llth street to ltth street. In the District of Columbia, as shown on a plat or map Sled with the said petition, as part thereof, and praying also that a Jury ot rlv. judicious, experienced, disinterested men. who shall be freeholders within the District ot Columbia, not related to any person Interested In these proceedings, and not in the service or employment of the District of Columbia or of the United States, be summoned by the United States msrshal for the District of Co lumbia to assess the damages each owner of land to h. taken may sustain by reason of tbe said extension of Montagu, street In the District of Columbia, and th. condemnation of the land necessary for the purposes there of, and to aMtM as benefits resulting' tiwre frpm the entire amount of said damages. In cluding th. expenses of these proceedings upon any lands which the Jury may and will be benefited, as provided 'for In and bv the aforesaid Act ot Congress. It Is. by the Court, this twentieth day of February. A, D. 1317. ORDERED. That all persons having any Interest In these Droeeedlnsa be. and tiisv ara hereby warned and commanded to appear in uus .ourc on or perore in. niteentn cay or March. A. D. 1)17. at ten o'clock A. M.. and continue In attendance until the court shall nave maae its nnal order ratifying and con firming th. awardof ilamaeea and th. assess ment of benefits of the Jury to be empaneled and awom herein; and It la further OR DERED. That a copy of this nolle, and order be published twice a week tor three succes sive weeks In the Washington Evening Star. The Washington Times and the Washington xieraiu, newspapers puDiisnea in tne sakl Dis trict, commencing at least to days before tha said fifteenth day of March, A. D. 1317. It is runner. udko, Tnai a copy or tbla notice and order be served by th. United States msrshal. or bis deputies, upon each of the owners ot the fee of th. land to b. con. demned herein as may h. found by tb. said marsnai. or ma deputies, within the District of Columbia before the said day ot March fifteenth. A. D. 1317. Br tha Court; WAI TER I. McCOT. Justice. (Seal) A tru. copy. Test: j. n. TOUNG. Clerk. By F. E. CUN- NINGHAM. Asst. Clerk. IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. Alfred Hlabla. plaintiff, vs. Delia M. Zerega and L. C. Ze- rega. actenaanta. No. 4111. The object of this suit Is to recover three hundred and ninety-one and 17-100 dollars and to hava Judgment of condemnation of certain proi cny ot toe aerrnoanta levied on upder an at tachment issued In this suit to ajitlsfv fti PtalntlS's claim. It Is, therefore, this Uth day of February, 1317. ordered that th. de fendants appear In this Court on or before tbe fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, after th. dav of 1m. first nnh. Ucatlon of this order, to defend this suit and show cause why said condemnation should not be had. otherwise the. suit a ill be pro ceeded with aa in case of default. Wltnesa the Honorable Judge ot said Court this Mth day of February. A. D. 1317. MILTON STRASBURGER. Judge. A true copy. Test: F. G. AUKAM, Clerk. By BLANCHE NEFF. Ain't Clerk. Wilton J. Lambert. Attorney. SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding Probate Court. No. 23.36:. Administration. This Is to give notice: That th. subscriber, ot the District of Colum bia, has obtained from tbe Probate Court ot the District of Columbia, lettera testamentary on the estate ot Anna R. Van Alstyne. late of tne uistnci or uciumtiia, oeceaseu. ah per sons having claims against tha deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with th. vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 10th day ot February, A. D. 131S; otherwise they may by law be excluded from alt benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 10th day of February. 1317. THOMAS BUTLER VAN ALSTYNE. 1:17 10th at. N. W.. Washington, u. u. l&rau Attest: vt. u. lAllAJit. Deputy Register of Wills for the District ot Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. "PROPOSALS SRU.E1 PROPOSALS will be rScelved t th o(Tlc or the Bum ii of Standards. WaiMnjrtart, I t. until Z o'rluck p. m.. Wednesday. iJtrch 14. 191. and then opent-il, for fcrnlhlnr. delivering, and erecting about O.OOt pounds of itructur.! steel, ronniftlnic or root crura s. column . fniinlnii, bracing, irinduwi. doer, etc.: aln about 15,006 pmuidi o cornier.)! le-l roofing and side, coverlr.ir. Plana, specifications. etc may be ublalotd by aj plytos to tbs above ottic. 4 :