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INAUGURAL NEEDS
Rooms For Rent
Where To Eat Window Space
Seats For Parade Supplies, etc.
83- Notice For Rates Under This Heading Phone Main
5260 and Ask For the Want Ad Dcpt.
FURNISHED ROOMS
H ST. N. W., 11 Three Urge beautiful
front room with all convenience! lor In
auguration, 3LJ per day and up. Phone Main
311
MARYLAND AVE. N E-. : Large beau
tiful room, second floor, 1 block from Capi
tol Hth ST X. W 1H2 Two roorai In pri
vate apart, for Inauguration, central
F ST. X E, MS Two beautiful room,
with all convenience, for Inauguration
H ST N. W, 1S0O (Apart. TOD Beautiful
apart., all conveniences, for lnaugura-
tlon. Main tin. "
Tth ST. 8. E 403 Two room! for inauiru
rallon. all convenlencea.
SOUTH CAROLINA AVE. S. E.. 1010-Two
beautiful rooma for lnausuiatlon with all
conveniences.
FAIRMONT ST. N. W 1334 One beauti
ful front room, double bed. desirable lo
cation rd ST. X. E..
tlful rooms,
cu ration.
3SS (Apart. ) Four beau
all conveniences, for loau-
II ST X. W.. 613 Rooms for lnausura
tlon, reasonable and central, accommo
dations for 15 people, ladles or gentlemen.
Phone X IStS.
12th ST X. IV.. TIO Large, furnace-heated
rooms for visitors In parties pf 4 -to
2 watklnr distance of most lnterestlng-
polnts '
D ST. X. K., 303 Two large, beautiful rooms
for Inauguration; all comcnlenceg
G 8T. X. W 451 Warm rooma.
commoaate nve people
CORCORAN ST 1301 Six large, beautiful
rooma for Inauguration, all conenfences.
North 5415.
H ST. ZN. W.. 939 Three beautiful rooma.
alt convenience, for Inauguration
th ST. I-". W., 412 Four beautiful rooma for
Inauguration with all convenience.
CONN. AVE.. 1S3S Two large rooms; all con
Tenlencea, for Inauguration.
ACCOMMODATIONS for Ave Inaugural ls-
Itors. room and meal, tf per week. 201
Upshur at, N. TV, end of Soldiers Home
car line.
TTH ST. X. E- C47 Tao beautiful rooms.
with all convenlencea, for Inauguration.
NEW JERSET AVE
apt.T all convenlencea.
1109 Four-room
Lincoln 34C.
R ST. N. W 41C. Apt. 41 One beautiful
room; all conveniences; for Inaugura
tion S
EAST CAPITOL ST.. 2ZZ-2Z7 One very large
room for Inauguration, all conveniences.
Phone. Lincoln g-51-W.
15th ST. N. W.. J15. McPherson pi 5 large
rooms, with or without meals.
IDEAL APART CO, 1101 Pa, are. 1 very
large rooms, steam and hot water; can
accommodate parties of ladles or cents In
s-ood heds, space In steam-heated and car
peted rooms for men on floors at 60c per
nlcht. E. B. WEBSTER. Phone M. 717.
EAST CAPITOL ST. 210 (Apart. 4) Can
accommodate ten for Inauguration.
lJth ST. X. W. 1I Larg-e. tgrlcht rooms,
near cars and line-up or parade; lnaur
nratlon visitors accommodated.
A ST. X. Eh 117 Two beautiful rooms for
Inauguration, all conveniences.
D ST. S. Ji. 101 Two beautiful rooms for
Inauguration, all conveniences
CARROLL ST. S. E. 141 Six beautiful
rooma for inanguratlon. all conveniences,
3rd ST X. E, lit Three beautirul rooms
for inauguration, all conveniences
C ST. X W 209 Six rooms for lnaueura
tlon. all conveniences. Phone 3J 43.
O ST. S. E., CIS Five beautirul rooms for
Inauguration: all conveniences'
"Id ST. X. W., 100( One larte beautiful
room, all conveniences, for Inauguration
tth ST. X. W : One larje beaotiful
room, all conveniences, for Inauguration.
F ST S. E., 18 Three beautiful rooms,
with all conveniences, for Inauguration.
COLUMBIA RD, 43 1 beautiful rooma
for Inauguration, with al; conveniences
ETE-ST N. W ttt-Acconimodatlons for In
auguratlon. all conveniences.
Ith ST N. W . lra Three beautiful rooma
for Inauguration: all conveniences
'MAIXB AVE S. W, 510 Six beautiful rooma
for Inauguration, all conveniences
H ST N. W , 611 Three large rooms for ln
auguralion. all conveniences.
G ST. J. W , 415 Six larse rooms for lnaucu
ration with all conveniences.
E ST. S. E., 04 Two rooms; steam heat,
eiec. It and tile b., newly painted, t-apered
SECURE TOUR A "COMMOUATIOX"
In advance of Inauguration week In private
homes In Mt. Pleasant eecUon (EXCLL'HIVIS
LT). Will serve breakfast ir desired. We tan
accommodate 1 to IS persons a cne nonis.
Let ua know your wants. Writs or olione
MT. PLEASANT ROOM RENTING SERVICE
Wdt Hth st. N. W. Phone Col. -J.
B ST. S. E-. 117 Al sleeplnc rooms,
location breakfast If desired.
test
1
SEATS AND WINDOW SPACE
INSIDE SEATS FOR INAUGURAL
parade, behind glass front in new
building, 622 Pennsylvania avenue N.
W. Prepare against inclement
weather; make reservations now. Ap
ply C01 Evans Building. Main 6689.
SPLEXDIO BALCOXV. IS ft. lonit, will
accommodate large erond. will rent
reasonable T W. DUNWORTH. 1003 Pa.
ave. X U. Phone Mdlii 3-
OFFICIAL GRAND STANDS
Stands on both -Ides of the Avenue.
View 5 to 10 Blocks Up and
Down the Avenue.
Comfortable Chairs All Seats
Itescrved.
Seats, $2.00 each and up.
Tbos. p. Hickman. Treas.
Office, Franklin Bldg., 10th
and Penna. Ave.
Phones 7982-7983.
I OS -5 07 E'ANH HI-.UO Oii Urt;- room,
fireproof bide., i larK- trltidm., lih
rlew of Pa. ae. In front nf IVhil- HouVe
and entire Court of Honor, at reason,
price to a quick taker.
Remember the Ground
Hog
in buying your scats for inaugu
ration. Tafce 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, S2'5o up.
APPLY AT STANDS OR
1309-11 GST. N.W.
RESERVE jours now before U Is toojM.
V- lunches served In our restaurant;
prWa moderste 31T Pa. ave
JUST A FEW MORE seats left, (et yours.
now: splendid location; prices modarata.
m Pa , N. W.
JtEMEMBER TAFTS INAUOrRATIO.V, i
Buy aests Inside. 221 Pa. ate .V W I
Phone T.lne m
EPLKNDID LOCATION for TlewW, rmradeijTO SRU, unique postal card souvenirs of
special rates to parties; excellent luncbes the inauguration, somethlnc; nea. boys and
served to our srell equlptwvd lunch rooiu At I clrts can earn bly prcfiia. ApIy at ones at
saoderau rtSces., 13 Fa. ate. N. W. (13 IK st.
SEATS AND WINDOW SPACE
BALCONY
AND INSIDE SEATS
FOR RENT
FOR VIEWING
INAUGURAL PARADE
IDEAL LOCATION.
REASONABLE RATES.
WALFORD'S,
909 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Phone Main 2725.
I II III I I I I I I I I II III IM'I'li
VIEW PARADE
INDOORS
Unobstructed View
:: 8th to 14th Streets ::
:: Second Floor This Build. ::
jng For Rent As a Whole
Apply in Store.
1345 Pennsylvania Ave. i
III I I I I I I I I M ! H I I 'I ! H-
SEATS ON FINEST AND
LARGEST OFFICIAL STANDS
In city, located at lull and Pa. are., 12th and
Pa. ave., sin and Pa ave.: splendid locations
from which to view parade; make reservations
today. Offlce, C04 Pa. ave. nw. Phone Main
WINDOW SEATS ABSOLUTELY
best on line of parade. Limited
number. Second floor, Home Life
building, 15th and G. Price, ?5 to $8
while they last. Call or phone Main
Via.
FIXE SEATS, IDEAL LOCATIOX
Seats, ?2 to $6. Order Now.
All Iralde In hen ted i-oom
THOS. E. YOUNG,
Carriages. Wagons. Harness.
4tt-4t Pa. "ave. N. W. Main 77.
WINDOWS Large. llht, also balcony; la
well-heated and ventilated business
house; secure your seats now; splendid
view. R. L. WATERS. 310 Pa. ave. X. W.
WINDOWS -With all conveniences. HOTEL
WEST, i08 Pa. avt. N. W.. opposite Ra-lei-h.
WINDOW SEATS
For Sals at
HARVET'S FAMOUS RESTAURANT.
11th and Pa. Ave. N W.
WINDOW SEATS and balconies for rent; the
only corner In Washington where you can
view the parade up Pa. ave. and Uth at. to N.
T. ave. Oxford Hotel, ltth and Pa. ave. XW.
LARGEST LIST IN THE CITT
Balconler, seats and wlndowa for tba Ld
aucural Parade. Ualn SU0-3UI.
TOUNG & SIMON, INC.".
tat New Tork ave. N. W.
PA. AVE. N. W.. 10S (opposite Raleigh Ho
tel) With all convenlencea. HOTEL WEST.
1330 PA" AVE. Window seats, Ind floor,
ror sale, at reasonable price. "
WASHINGTON HOTELS
EVERETT HOTEL,
1730 H St N. W:
Under .New ManxKcment.
Dellrhtful Urre front rooms: twin fcA.:
hot and cold running water: 2 In room,
1100; 1 In room. ISS pr month. American
plin Ttfl. In wrh room: ?i'ator wrvlca.
EXCURSIONS
FLORIDA
"RT SEA."
PALTIMORE TO
JACKSONVIL E
(Calllnr at iTinl
'Finest Coastwise Trip In the World."
Illustrated Hoolclet on Request.
Merchants & Miners' Trans. Co.,
B. i O. Jl R. Offlce and SI 7 Ilth st. N. W.
W. P. TURNER. G P. A.. Balto.. Md.
OLD POINT COMFORT
NORFOLK
AND .ALL POINTS SOUTH
NEW YORK and BOSTON
BY SEA
Dally from Tth Street Wharf, Alls pun.
City Ticket Office, 731 ISth 81. -V. V.
.-vOUKOI.K AM) WASHINKTOX
hTBAMIIOAT CO.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
tertaMst TrMt'er llsrin Co.
Suburban. Hautlnf Solicited,
Foreman on every Job.
1M7 I It I.E. rbeae Use. JIM
i'OVINf, PAODED VAN
rV.V-IVliMJ FURNISHED
Phone M. tie-011.
KREIG'S EXPRESS,
ITS II Street N. W.
gTORAOE. PACK1NO AND SniPPINO.
FRKK MOVI.Mi FOR
KTOKAGH. N. 3343 UK
N. 3344.
r-MITH'-i TX.TKR
STOItAliK CO.
an b m.. xmiiT riiovK v ;.
CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos.
Estimates chcert ly atven. WKSCHLEffa.
30 Pa ave. N W Pbone Main IT.
SAFLTY FIRST,"
ABSOLtTTKI.T FIREPROOF STCTtAaa.
tJMTED STATKa STORAGE CO.
ftooras, 92 CO snd up. MoTtns;. Packuc
Pbone Ualn 423. 413-4- 10th st, N. W.
""BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES"
ATTENTION- On account of elexnesa.
one of th best bars In Baltimore will be
sold reasonable For particulars, sddr-ss
BOX 532 rjatllmni- Md
LOST AND FOUND
VELVirr BAND -altb J slides of platinum
set Kith rxarla arvd dlamonda: In or near tbe
Shoreiia m Hotel; on Wednevday, February rS;
rutnd-some regard 177 Church
TnsWBM.N',1 HAG Ulack leather, marked
"A, E. B.," left on fJ'eoriteto.vn car Teb.
27. Return to A E. BLACK. C 8. Com-
mlsaion, 174 V at. and recelie rewsrd
WATCH I-ady'a open-faced, old fashioned,
blue enamel, and email dlamondf on back.
i Libera I reward If returned to Cashier, New
' t-- tlr.11
WANTED AGENTS
mtjwm
HELP WANTED MALE
' EXPERIENCED
ARCHITECTURAL
DRAFTSMAN,
FAMILIAR WITH RE-IN-FORCED
CONCRETE CON
STRUCTION. TEMPORARY WORK. GOOD
SALARY. GIVE FULL PAR
TICULARS IN FIRST LET
TER, SUCH AS AGE, EX
PERIENCE, ETC.
APPLY
ALFRED. F. KRUG,
GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
221 N. LIBERTY ST.,
BALTIMORE. MD.
BARBER Good guarantee.
N. W M. MII.RTTl
611 13th it.
BA.nERS-Tw Kood.-at once.
HOTEL. Ird and Pa. ate.
VEX DOME
BOY WANTED-Apply to GEO. P. KILLIAX
CO . 4S Pa. ate. X. W.
BO V Colored, for barber shop; eood par. 35
4'. rt. X. W . near Pa axe
BOY Colored. Errand SOUTHERN
PlIARMAl-Y. U'l II at. X. W.
BOY
C. i
l"otorcd. with blcyle.
X. W.
Apply i:o
BOYS For shoe ahlne: rood oar: etesdy
position.
170 and 1T11 Pa. ae X W.
WANTED
Men and boys over 16 years of
age; can earn more than $2 a
da'. Permanent or temporary
employment.
Apply MR. PEERCE,
1st floor 1401 F St. N.W.
WESTERN UNION TEL- CO.
COLLECT OK and silesmsn for installment
furnishing house; married, 10 J ears of
are and from the country. Appiy C T.
MclNTTBE. th and I. sts. X. If.
COOKS Three experienced, and three
waiters. WHITE PALACE. 1117 7th st.
X. W. -
COOKS Two short order. RADV8 CAFE,
0t Pa. ave. X. W.
DISHWASHERI Eltra pay. CONGRESS
l.IIXCH, 04 1st st. K E
I.IH1 1IM I-H-H-l-K-1 IllUl'
DRIVERS
For Freight Wagons.
. . Must know the city. Good T
! ' wages for good men.
: : Merchants' Transfer &
Storage Co.
,i.,-.i,.H.t..h,.i ; I I t I I It 1 1 11 I IF
ENGINEER with third class license. Apply
DUPONT LAUNDRY. S Sherman ave.
X. W
HOTEL COOKS and bakers. IS per day;
kitchen Bremen. St, kitchen helpers. $":
today DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY. ltb and
Pa ave. N. W
HOTEL HELP In all departments. SI to U
per day. P.UKQESS HOTEL AGENCY, KC
10th st. N. W
HES and boys to sell inauguration novel
ty; somethlnc new and exclusive. Mr.
SPAVTH. room IIS. Kenols bide.. Hth
and G sts.
PLUMBER First class; no other need apply.
Apply 3141 Mt. Pleasant st.
SHIPPING CLERK Permanent position
with larre rurnlture store; food salary
for man with executive ability Apply In
own handwriting, clvlns ase. expt-r'ence.
and past employers Information will be
confidential BOX 311, Times office.
WASH MAN On shirts and collars.
ZEE-POTOMAC LAUNDRV. ISth
sts X. W.
FRA
ind D
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ASSORTERS-Anply STERLIXO LAUNDRT.
07 th st. X. W
GIRL to make and alter corsets.
BOX ". Times office
HOUSEKEEPER Middle-aged woman for
light housekeeping: "002 N. V. ave.
Call afler 4pm
START THE NEW TEAR making money.
manicuring, halrdresslng taught; S each.
MIRROR BEAUTY SCHOOL, icl F st N W
WAITRESSES Apply RADVS CAFE. .(
Pa ave. N. W.
WAITRESSES Experienced, good wages
rONCRKr-S 1.1 XI'll 04 1st st S .;.-
WOMAN Middle aged neat c tor--! at
once, for steady work. 701 (th ar M
W Apart 4.
WOMAN Good reliable coK.red, f.,r 1,-vn-eral
housework, references. 14; n
st. N. W.
WOMAN For general housework, lo leave
city. Apply APART 102. the Wyoming.
after ( o'clock.
HELP WANTED
Male or Female.
WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT CLERK ex
aminations March r. 373 to 313 month: earn
pie questions tree. Write FRANKLIN IN.
BTTTUTE. Dept 4 C. Rochester. N. T
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS"
CASH prices piM for worn cloth ,njr, either
ladls' or men'i. send Dostal. will call n.
TARSHK3. ia Tth st. nw Hhone North 4,
JUNK.
JUNK.
JUNK.
Fhona M r3C3, or drop card. It .chest cah
prices iid for paper, racs. metal, rubber,
and old auto parts. 301 K st. N V.
CONTINENTAL JUNK CO.
JUNK OF ALL KINDS,
lncludlnc wsste psper. rsas, meuls, old rub
ber tires, etc. a anted by tbe Only & Original
AMERICAN JUNK CO.
Now L.ocated at Ul O St. X. W.
Tred C. Butt. Mrr. Phone North ?M
vrArJTi-iu--rurniiura ior casn. tju younw
gooau to ine ruui wno sives am most money
Bee HOPWOOD. tth and K.
WE WANT
Second-hand
FURNITURE
WIKSEN'OKRO'-.
Cll La ave Th M "I-.34
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, ate.
Phons M. K2 for wapon. or ha us calL
"WERCHLER'S KO Pa ave N W. 1
FOR RENTROOMS
Furnished
14th 8T 110 t pjrt D leai-ire nicely
furnished torner rooi with prlvllese of
kltrhtn
Ith RT R K Z7 2 com rooms, furnished
coniplMe for bouskeeplnK; hot-v-ater
CALIFORNIA
on l- in
ST . 182 Ac ommodate
-Ar- omn
n'(iiahi-
first --) res
THE FAN LtXJNORA. M7 K N. W.-Korty
a-nllmcn can ! arconimodatel, rteam
heat runnlnc water; reasonable, rates.
'ROOMS AND BOARD
O ST
board,
family
IT! 4 Front rooms; sIect table
reflncd surroundtnes; prfvata
Phone North R7BJ
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORKINGMKN- For ever dolUr that m
haf. you have to pinch and scrap. It
doea clve you a sure think tf make enls
wet llkr a bab putting; hfn tnea into hia
mouth but here's jcuod-frrud sjfchtli
usd suits at $i up. JfHTIIS OLD
STAND 1 T
Window Shades.
Good quality opaqus. Best qualltr ell
fitted to your 4- opaque; buna; An
window ""' free ou'
"" call with samplea. Ph. Line. 373.
KLEEBLATT'S V& n
Vacuum Cleaners.
L"cr us estimate on your Vacuum meaning
and floor pollshlns:. vacuum cleaners for
sals and rent: all popular make-. 8ANITAB7
USTUCCS CO, UK Htn. N. (111.
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE
OFFICE Or THE COMMISSIONERS of the
District of Columbia. Washington. D. C.
February mh. Ml. Notice lA hereby given
that the Cbmmlsrionera of the District of
Columbla Intend to make tne iraiowinc-ram
lmproveraenrs which are. In their Judgment,
necessary or the public health, safety and
vmfnrt S .!,. tnr fine-half Of the COSt
of the same will be mad as provided in pub'
lie act No. III. approved Auguet nn, i-j. ah
persons, Interested In the proposed work are
notinea tnat tne mmimssioucr wm
nubile hearing at the District Building on
Wednesday. March 7th. 1917. at ten o"clock
A. M.. in the Board Room of the said Com
missioners to any and all persons who may
desire to object" thereto:
Northwest Section; Reset curb and lay ce
ment sidewalk: On both sides of roth street
northwest from II street to I street, and on
the east side of 0th street from I street to
Pennsylvania avenue, at an estimated rost, of
S1.3I. to be aere-sed agslust all lots In
squarea HI. St and 73 abutting the said work.
On ttie west ride of Vermont avenue north
west from Reservation ISI.to N street, and
on the routh aide ot N street from Ver
mont avenue to Hth street, at an estimated
cost of SMS. to be assessed against all lots
In square ril abutting the said work. On- the
west side of Wisconsin avenue northwest
from nth street northward abutting the prop
erty of the. Holy nood Cemetery, at an es
timated cost of S. to be assessed against
all lots In square loo abutting the raid work.
On the east side of Rherman avenue north
west from Barry place to Florida avenue, at
an estimated cost of S79, to be assessed
acalnst all lots In r qua re -373 abutting the
-aid work. On the north side of Florida ave
nue northwest from Bohrer street to T street.
and on the north side of T street from Florida
av enue to sib street, at an estimated cost of
3, to be assessed against all Iota In square
t"t abutting the said work. Lay cement
sidewalk, on the north side of Madison street
northwest east of Hth street from end of
cement sidewalk to Colorado avenue, at an
estimated cost of 3193, to be assessed against
all lota in square 279S abutting the said work.
raving continuous tree spaces on doid siaes
of ISth street northwest from U street to
Columbia road, at an estimated cost of 3171.
to be assessed against all lots In squares ISM.
SSI. U. -OS. 354, r. tZZI and S0 abutting
the said work. On both sides of Morton
street northwest from Georgia avenue to ce
ment sidewalk at the blind end of street, at
an estimated cost of S9S. to be aasessed
against all lots In squarea 3039 and 3040 abut
ting the raid work. At the northwest comer
of Hth street and Massachusetts avenue-northwest
from end of cement sidewalk on Hth
street to Massachusetts avenue, at an esti
mated cost of 311. to be assessed against all
lots In square 31 abutting the said work.
On the east side of 12th street northwest from
Monroe street south to cement sidewalk, at
an estimated cost of 3S4. to be assessed
against all lots In tquare "533 abutting the
said work. On the east side of Broad Branch
road northweet from Runnymede place to
Stephenson place, and on the north sldo ot
Runnymede place to and Including lot 2.
square 0C, at an estimated cost of 3104.
to be assessed against all lots In square
-Oat abutting the raid work. On both
sides of New York avenue northwest from
North Ckpltol street to First street, at an es
timated cost of 373. to be assessed against
all lota In squares CIS and S1J abutting the
said work. On the west' side of North Capi
tol street from M street south to cement side
walk, at an estimated cost of lrT. to be as
sessed against all lots In i qua re (it) abutting
the said work. Set new granite curb and lay
cement sidewalk, on the east side or th
street noithweat from P street to East place,
at an estimated cost of 37(1. to be assessed
against all lots In square IT I. abutting tha
said work. Pave alius with -rttrlfled block.
asphalt block, or concrete: Alleys In square
3(. at an estimated cost of 32443. Unpaved
alley In square 793. at an estimated cost of
i-.i. inpavea alleys in square 2114. at an es
timated cost of 33M). Alleys In square 3043.
at an estimated cost or 3IU. Alleys In
square SIS, at an estimated cost of 343(7.
Alley in square -239. at an estimated :ot cf
S9, AIIea In south half of square 1317, at
an estimated cost of 3943. Alley In square
N. SIS. at an estimated cost of (1(03.
Alley In square Sil, at an estimated cost
of 313 Alley In square 70. at an esti
mated cost of 3S47. Alley In square 174, at
an estimated cost of 3U11. Alley In south
half of square (9. at an estimated cost or
S44r Alley In square 2. leading from 33rd
street, at an estimated cost of 86. Alley In
square 43. at an estimated cost of 31(34. Alley
In square 170. at an estimated cost of SCO
4-foot alley running south from Church street
In square 19li at an estimated cost of 31S0.
Southwest Section: Reset curb and lay ce
ment sidewalk: On the north side of H street
southwe-t from nd street to 3rd street, at an
estimated cost of 344. lo be assessed against
all lota in square 37 abutting the said work.
On the north side of H street southwest from
3rd street to ti street, at an estimated cost
ot r.i, to oe assessea against all lota In
square S40 abutting the said work. On the
north aide of F -street- southwest from 3rd
street to 4V street, at an estimated cost of
3909. to be assessed scslnst all lots in latura
&3S abutting the said work. On the east side
of Sth street southwest from E street to K
street, at an estimated cost of S4Se. to be
assessed against all lota In square 495 abutting
the eald work. On both sides of (th street
beoutbwest from G street to 11 street, at an es
timated cost or U93. to be assessed against
all lots In squares 4(3 and 437 abutting the
aald work. On tha north side of F street
southwest from nd street to 3rd street, at an
estimated cost of 335. to be assessed against
an iota in square 15J abutting tne said work.
On both sides of (th street southwest from M
street to N street, at an estimated cost of
Sll(, to ba assessed against all lots In
squarea l.i and 50 abutting the said work.
On both sides of (th street southwest from I
K street to L street, at an estimated cost of
vs, 10 ue assesreo: against all lots in squares I
41 and 00 abutting the said work. Qn both
sides or (lb street southwest from L street to
M street, at an estimated cost of tlCX. to be
assessed against all lots In squarea 47 and
Ml abutting the said work On both sides ot
(th street southwest trora 1 street to K street,
at an estimated cost or 3310. to te assessed
sainst an iota In squares 470 and (SJ abut
.. . t.. ..: . ;. . : t ...
...- -.- fiviu wore un twin imen or em.Kfi Pennslania ae ' w., Washington,
street southwest from K street to G street, at n C.
mn oatlniafawl ... s HI- - . a i
against all lot. In scares 1(7 and IW abTmlng '
the said work. Pave alleva with vltrlflrd I
blotk. asplialt block, or concrete. Alley In
square iw. at an estimated cot of 113. Alley I
I. ...... - . .... r- '"'
.. ' Pn esiimaiea cost or 317.
Alley in square 472. at an estimated cost of
I:t31 Alley in square 43. at an estimated
cost of KM. Alley In square ZM, at an esti
mated cost of 31-4. Alley In square . at
an estimated cost of 3-J.tl .Mley In square
-u at an estimated cost of SKt
Northeast Section. Reset curb and lav ce.
m-ni aid-walk on th north ste of East
-f i"i wreet fro-n izth street to Tenness
r-iV. eMl, I"--- .to-' o $11; t. In,
? IT '---FJ-"1 aI- 'nl' - "Miwre 1011 abut-
I.i. U ..a Ji. '.,". .'" -"":
assr, raiu wwid jji i ii" noti !i -fit- or r;
Mreet noiilnat fioni h lreet to Tth street.
at an estimated com of 11.05"-. to le ate-isrl - -acrfln-et
all lots In t.uirr .. abuttfiit; thai
aid work On the wen side of Hth aire-t
northf-atit from K etnet to F ftreet at an
estlmate.1 co-t of H74 lo be a.-eisirf .lr.t I
all lola In M,ua.e lirtr. abultlnz lb ca d work. '
I ffl lil-e m (it Lien a.f te I. ... -.. . si a.
- .--. " avail rui-Tiri llitr -.IIT-tS Hi, ,
from tsmeroii fatreet to alley at an etl-
uiairq ctwi or J1..J. to oe ajtM-tiii-fd a pa Inst it It
Ion In square mn abutting- the said ork
Lay cement sidewalk. On the norlb aide of I
B street northeant from llib street to ltth ;
street at an eatlmated cot of J17 to h
""--"-el ajcayit all lots In square N !-
atintllnir the -il work On the nent side of
Mli etre-t northrast from It a reet to C
tr-et at an et-ilinated cot of $,!. to be as
sewed againi. all lots In aqua re 7 abuttlna
th nald nork On tli north side of IT
street northeast from Summit p'ace to tha
weit to renn-iit iialk In front of church at
an estimated cot of !7 lo he Jii-wsd
acalnst all Iota In -iuare i abutting th
iald ork m ilif north -Ule or Todd plata
nort he-ait from Lincoln mud to 1st street at
an estimated c-o?t of tril to le as-eiiiMj
ajratnst all lots In square ZZZ2 abuttlnc: the
-a Id w ork On t be nort h shl- of Mont oa
street northesHi from lllh alieet to 15th
street, at an est I mated rot or Kl. In he an
neywed at:alnt all lott In aquare 4M7 abut
tlnr lliw mM work. On th north aide of
South Dakota af-tnie nortlirast froin Rhode
Island a enue to Carlton aienue. n an esll
Island avenue lo Carllnn avrntie. an esll
ffll lata! a-nat nf ttstf? In Kss aa aisaaa-laiat-i' si avail Hal
Zlr c ol ,,8,l:..l ? "-?,,a. ",.,,M
ail lOi w in sqiuiret i nun wit anuriina hiat imivwi jmiiiuuvh nrnrlv hmtri.llsi m
said work On the oulh tldo of tra atreet to ( p m. ITII N. I. wZ.;wic Hoor
norlhca-t from Moiilelln airnue to east Una i r
lot 43 square 103 at an etinmtfd t of I MISS PAIN Mt---urln' and Jjcalp Treat
MW. to In? a-.srfr.rd aaalnst all lota In aqnara t "li,.v"" nt 711 Tib st. N. W.
4t,3 atutilnir the said wnrlt Ou the wi , Apart. 1. T-nona Main 71a
st-s-i:,- ;r.n xsssx -ssViiS'jmrs. ETHh-L watson w-
he HHfi-tfcd apHlast all lou In squarr- irj.4 Manicuring. Hours, 10 a. m. to S n m
abutting- th said work. O-i th- souih slda 7 . c.-.. ,,.,.
of Ord street northeaet from ilth to 4-th ' CnirODOdy H."0, V,0JL R-r Treatmenta,
Place at an estimated ft of $15 lo. b- aa- ' .Af.,-...!rl,w"!,.?Sia'P: !!?
cwd asalnt all tola In square 6l-0 abnttlns;
tb tald work. On the north lde of Rhoda
Island avenue northeast from 1th street to
10th street, at an estimated cost of.r.(Xr). to
b asscsd acaltiMt all property a butt in a tha
eald work Pate alleya with vitrified block,
asphalt block, or concrrte ITn'flve-l ally
In equara 1053. at an exllmated cost of tV.
I'nrMved alley In quare ires, al an ett
mated rovt of S319. Unpaicd alley tn
square t,j, at an estimated co-t of JrSS.
Houtlieast S-ctloti KeaeVcurb and lay ce
ment aldcwatk On the aunt sM of New
Jrey a enue fsouth--Rt firm I tret tn K
street, at an e4tlmaleJ cot of '1.379 tn ba
ant-s-'f4-d acaltiet all lots In square Ot ahut
tlnjc the aald work On tins eat hldo of Ken
tucky avenue southeast from It street south
ward to content -.Idewalk at an e5t!niad
cost of $33. to be assesxed aralnst all loU
In square lfCtf almttlna Hie tald work Isty
cement Ideallc. on the south ide or Polo
mac avenue anutheast fron) litli atreet to
brick aldewalk front Cotujrenilonal Cemeterr,, J
i nil vaniiimii v:u.. i '. n m ".w-.-.,.
acalnst all pror! al.ulllnc the .aid worlr
On lh eat alje of llll slreet soulh-ast from
Potomac avent-e lo the cement a d vvallc to
tbe. SQ"tf, at an e-llinalrd ro-t or KT7. to lie
assesaed against all rrcpertjr' abutUsv the
COMMISSIONERS' N0TJCE
said work. On the Mest side of 13th street
southeast from Ma-sachu-etts avenue, to B
street, at an estimated cast of 341. to be
assessed against all lota In square 1014 abut
ting live aald work. Oi the south side of
East Caoltol street from Kentrcfcy avenue
to Manachisctt avenue, and on the south
side or Maiaacliusetts avrnue southeast from
East Capitol street to l.th street, .at an esti
mated cost of fid. to be assessed against all
lots In square 1013 abutting the said work.
On the west side of lth street southeast
from Potomac avenue to Pennsylvania ave
nue, at an estimated cost ot 16:3. to be as
sessed against all lots In square NE. IMS
abutting the said work. On the south side
of East Capitol street, from 13th street to
Kentucky avenue, at an estimated cost et
II 19. to be assessed against all lots In square
1011 abutting the said work. On the east
side of Hth street southeast from EMI Capi
tol street to A street, at an estimated cost
of C07, to be a sessel aralnst all lots In
square 10M abutting tlve said work. Pave
alleys with vitrified blick. a-nhalt block, or
concrete: Alle -a In aqua-e t97, at an esti
mated cost of 33.4(7. Unpaved alleys la
square si. at an estimated coil o- ,
OLIVER P. NEWMAN LOUIS BROWN
LOW, CI IAS. W. KUTZ. Commissioners,
DC.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished
COPLEY COURTS,
17th and Church Sts. N. W.
Ready for occupancy Inviting reservations.
Best of location and most modem oonstm-
lion. All large outslds rooms and svarj ap
polntment and service.
2 to 5 Rooms and Bath,
$28.50 to $60.00.
Early Reservations will Command r-sfsrrad
Bullet!
J. N. RUTH. M-fr.
PHONE NORTH H27I. .
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Unfurnished
FOR RENT. NEW HOUSE.
1417 Maryland ave. N. E 3".W
Center hall. bath, electricity.
GEORGE Y. WORTHINGTON A SON.
WOODWARD BUILDINO.
FLORIDA AVB. N. W.. -4-Four-room
house; gas. water; only 310,73; whits ten-
snts. Key sis w st. a. vv.
1333 U ST ANACOSTIA 3-Toom house
snd shed; plenty of yard; water; white
neighborhood. Rent SI.
FOR SALE HOUSES
AN EXCELLENT
HOME VALUE
At the right price- In one of the COMINO
sections of Washington.
1601 to 1617 East Capitol St.
PRICES FROM .
53,875 to $4,500
ctmalt Cash Payment. Balance Monthly.
ill the Advantages That Go With the Modsn
Built Home. Six Large Rooms and
Tiled Bath. H..W. H.. eta.
GO OUT TODAY I
Just off the car line. U square which is ss
addsd feature for comfort- Firs mlaulse
walk from beautiful Lincoln Park.
Bile-men on Premises Dally Sunday.
PHONE M. 4S4S.
.fismple House Open Dally, gnrcay. 3 P. at.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Rent.
TEN-ROOM HOME. 4 acres.) shade trees.
apples, cherries, grapes; block from trol
ley, without change. B. M. SMITH. Arl
Ington. Va. Phone Rosslyn Ss-T.
FOR SALEFARMS
LITTLE FARMS, half acrei, at Brent-
wooa. ua.; li m. montb. . iix-room
houie and store corner at V. HjatUvltla.
uwner. uti K.jiitiA.
FOR EXCHANGE
WO-ACRE Pa. farm, clear, to exchange for
other clear property, what hive you?
OWNER. Box -13. Times office.
FOR SALE GARAGES
BEFORE placing- order, get my prices and
other Information; 10x14 and larjrer: all
stel and portable. Drop caroV ALBERT
BITRRUHS. 471 nenervolr are. X. W.
M 0NEYWANTED&T0L0AN
SECOND TRUST LOANS
ARE OUR SPECIALTT.
LOWEST, RATES OF INTEREST.
Writs, call, or phoas
Paul V, Mitchell & Co.,
1-413 a SI N, w.
MONET TO LOAN on real estate: lowest
rates: prior payment privileges: larre
amounts. TTLER t RUTHERFORD. 317 lita.
MONET TO LOAN 330 to SUV.MO on D. C
real estate Several trust funds. 4U to nae
cent. All transactions conducted with eco-
nomlcal consideration for borrowera.
nfM xr oiirvnpnn m. rw
Southern Building MT 131 b st- !?. W.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
EXPERT ireneatoglcal and family history
work. hlRliest American and Foreirn refer
ences; coats of arms painted and hen-. Idle
..mll 1nta-Til-ttst1 H V JOWVETlV fne
---' ....-..,..-... ..------'- ..--..
'-DASH .t0,,"' "H""1' "nd .olh'
gliding material. S. E. corner of 7t
and Me sis N. Iv -
pi?pnP 115 Victor. Columbia, bought
RECORDS y,',ed,or.
Columbia, boucht-
sold exch'd tor 10c each.
TAMA RECORD UBRART. 424V, Itb N. W
PARCEL POST
AXIKIUCAN DOLLAH KLAO.
v Made of American Taffeta,
Fix feet Ions, double stitch sewed stripes.
Including role, ball and holder Free dellrery
bv rarcei pot upon receipt of factory price.
ti.ro Send for freo catalog 115 of flacs and
decorations.
UCVWiH
AMERICAN FtAO MFC. CO
l-imton. Pa
H0RSESAND"VEmCLEs"
HfrtSB and Mon. at reasonable price.
' " " ' -Jj-i.- t
PERSONAL
'MRS. ANDERSON1'1 :in ? N-
VT
x-4fckJ' i ---'-- -I-"-'v- -i,rtne N. 'C3.J.
Mamciirinc St-alp Treatment Shampooing.
t'lM DA Trealm--ni for liquor habit
ISIl-lV- Kten in prl4r ot patient's
home i-iarar rainJli wli Ph. imp
Marilda Williams and Miss Berry
Manlrurinx. Mcisl iiwi1 !! treat 7n
lllh si N W. I'hon M tl. Mart l.
WIDOW, alone, desires to rent mom to sen.
tleman ur married tuuple. liOX 100, Times
offl e.
iMV- r-l I IS H"1curliic and Scalp
AM I r.Ul.lO Treatment. Tl lltb st.
Pi. vv.. apanmeni ui'K.N sur.PAYB.
MRS. OFA L. FIHLD A.?g
ment: face and scalp 315 H nw . d floor.
Mm Mfini'F ru Ur- M"' B- sutor.
I Eirert Hanlcurlns Ph C1 Open Bun.
'... .... . .....
M!C:C lAUPPOM Manlctislst and chl
.IVli"': -'"..--V". Kenol.
"- " " "- ri m. -tiut cfxen Bob
DR. REED.
SPECIALIST,
S04 Seventeenth Street.
Over 30 Years' "--efui practice . um
J cure of Chronic. Nervous
snd special Diseases of lien and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
from Catarrh. Obesity. Itheumailsm, Consti
pation, Piles. Throat. Lums. Brain, Heart,
Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility,
Kidney Diseases, Bladder Troubles. Special
Blood Polsonlnc. Eruptions. Ulcers, sad All
Prlvaate Diseases Cuied tor Life by 8a.
lie! bods.
103. Bacteria Vaccine-, and stl tba dsw as.
rums and antl'tosln admlnlstsred.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
uaic cuius: 13 to 1. 3 to I; Bund. 11 la U.
DEATHS
EDELEN-On March I. 1317. EVA DAW
KINS, beloved wife of James Steed Edsleo,
at Sibley HosplUL Washington.
Funeral services will take plsca on Sun
day. March . at X p. m.. from Christ
Protestant Episcopal Church, Columbus
street. Alexandria, ,Va. -
FAirNESTOCK-On Friday. March 3. 1917. at
bi. Augustine, Fia., uittsuN. second son
of the late Harris c. and Margaret A. Fan-
neatock. In the fltty-nlnth year of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
IN MEM0RIAM
SCRIVENER lor loving remembrance of
my dear wife. SARAH A. 8CRIVENEB,
who departed this Ufa three years ago
lousy. Aisrcn :. 1114.
I often sit and think of you.
When I am all alone;
For memory la the only th'nr
That grief can call Its own."
UV HER HtoBAXD.
(Notices for this column are accented at CO
cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case no
nce noes noi exceea ten lines. Ana is csnis
for each line In exaesa of ten.)
:At
UN0E
RTAKERS
Embilraers
Funeral Directora
J. WILLIAM LEE.
UNDERTAKER AND LIVEIIT.
33 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Telephone M. 133. WASHINGTON. P. C-
FLORAL DESIGNS,
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every dtscrlntlon modsrata-p-leaa.
GUDE.
1H4 F ST. N. W.
Vital Records.
Births.
Henry A. and Frijnces W. Holllns, 'girt.
James A. and Cora It. Robertson, boy.
James D. and Evelyn S. Richards, girt.
Val J. and Lucys Isemann, girl.
Joseph and Ida Krause, pay.
Archie W. and .Ethel Morgal. boy.
William C. and Margaret Vaden. boy.
Thomas E. and Mabl. 8hearer. hoy.
Russell snd lone M. Hlckernell. boy.
Samuel S. and Helena H. Clark, boy.
Charles L. and Jennie M- Ahem, girl.
James A. and Margaret M. McDermott, girl.
Charles and Elizabeth Baltic,!! boy.
Lorenx and Florence ,CoppoIo, girt.
Govenor C. and Dorothy M. Barrett, girl.
Joseph and Alice Briscoe, girl.
Russell and Robbie Smith, boyr
Thomas and Bettie Jackson; boy.
Joseph B. and Annie Cherry,' girl.
Georgs B. and Parthenla Scott, boy.
Manias;. Ueeasea.
L. Martin Young and Evelyn M Borough,
both of this city.
Daniel Lewis and Mary Contee, both of this
city.
William F. Fleming, of Stafford county. Va.
and Mails M, Martin, of Goochland count-',
va.
Le. RIdout. of Norfolk. Va., and 8yutb. L.
Brown, of Richmond. Va.
Harvey O. Marks and Ruth IV Walker, both
ot Jllcnmond. a.
Albert J. Horklns. ot-thls dty, and Mary E.
Walton., or Denver, Colo.
Raymond II. TT-fry. of Gloucester, Mass., and
vivtenne l. sturpny, orttnia city.
William M. 8mltb and Annie E. B. Godssy,
both of nichmond. va.
Will Urn Calveary. of Leesburr. Va., and
Alma White, of this city.
John L. Patterson and Allcs Fountain, both
or this city.
Cary Lord Eggleston and Henrietta Josephlna
Krache, both ot Richmond, Va.
Dr. Andrew D. Maxwell, of Sumter. 8. C.,
and Florence E. Farnell, of this city.
Dr. E. Clayton Terry, of this city, and Caro
line B. Lovett, of WlllUmsport. Pa
Harry Keller and Paulina E. Rhodes, both ot
Tom's Brook, Va.
Charles Stewsrt Gawler and Ruth Alleen
Gardner, both of this 'city. -.
George Carter and Rhoda Brown, both of this
city.
Deaths.
Elisabeth B. Blagg, K yrs:. 2 loth St. N. E.
Annle Horn, yrs.. liw u tst. .. i
Abble Horn, SO yrs.. IS't St. N. VT.
Henry Clay Bradley, 73 rs., Homeopathlo
Hospital.
G. Bert Repass, CI yrs.. Galena. Fotomao
Heights. 1). C.
Fannie A. McKnlght. U yrs,, Georgetown
University Hospital.
Mary h Bradsbavv, (3 yrs.. Providence Hos
pital. Grafton Owens. (3 yrs.. Providence HospltaL
Frederics J. Kohlman. (2 yrs.. 102 tth St
N. W.
Stella Frances Tstes. 42 yrs.. 311 1th St. N. E.
Alva Kathryn Farringtoo, Z jrs., 174" Ors-r
son Ave.
Sarah Osborne. 51 yrs.. Providence Hospital.
Annie R McLswsoii, $ yrs.. i" N. H.
Ave. N. W
Andrew Doonles. 2 yrs... Potomac river, foot
of Hth St. N W.
Frank E Metcalf. 47 yrs., 413 ISth St. N. W.
EUia Gray, 52 yrs.. 112 Hair St. S. E.
George Lee Johnson, 22 )rs., Freedcasn's
Hospital.
Joeph Cooper, 4J yrs.. Freedmcn'a Hospital.
A-juuv jvonsan, it yrs.. sTeeamen s ttospltal.
Lucy K. Lovett. M yrs.. 7M L St. N. W.
Pesrl Osterhout. 22 yrs.. 1S1J vs. Ave. N. W.
Susan Mason. C yrs.. St. Elizabeth's Hos
pital. Andrew Ru-s. 32 yrs.. Emergency Hospital.
William Perry. jrg.vJnrgcncrHpspttal.
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
AtTOS FOR HIRE, dar and nlsht. 31.0(1
per hour and up ; t-vibla 313
FORD TOURING CARS to salesmen and
tourists by the day: low rates. Owner
driver. Lincoln 4T7-W.
CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE.
Phone Lincoln SI.
30c, is blocks: Tie. city proper: 3LS per noor.
shopping. 3I.M per hour, tourlnx. All hlsh
grade new care.
31 aud -LS PHIt HOUR Chevrolf t ft Tord.
Cet Rales for Trips. "
Phone Day or Nlsht. L. 14.
DODGE CARS VT Careful M Jf.-yf.
uuuucm4 reliable drivers. ' 020
1S3 ;th st N. W. All-nltht service. 3J per hr.
TAXI
BERVICB. Trips. tc. Tie.
By the hour. 11.3 and 31.M.
Call West 34 Day and Nlaht.
31.04.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS.
CARbFt'L -1'IHTE CHACFFgURS.
Automobile Tires.
A-l AUTOMOBILE
TIRE VlTtCANIZINO.
Sample Blonotit Repair 31: tube patches Uo
up OJBSOX. H St. N. W.
SPIRITUALISM
MRS. MAMIE STEVES SSgj'SS1-
Keadlnss dally: seances Tuea. & Thufa. eves.
3 p. m ; Frl- p. m. L. 3013. Ill N. J. ave. as.
trppi PP Known the world over for
"--------'"' slate wrtllns. is In the elty
for a brief time 13C Parkwood nlace N.
W. Ph. Col gT0. By appointment only.
Mrc Sannrlprs America's oldest m-
Yokel, a powerful clairvoyant, prlv. read
In cs dslly, meet", everj eve except Sat.
al 3 p.m. The Madrid. 1300 13lh St. X. W.
MRS. BROWNELLj-te.
prej-cnt. future. cWea name, advlca on buil
netan. law Milta, lore, home, riratlon-i,
a.A.a a.. -aaaineaaea Tn.'sa4 .aa. C?.
ClianEC. IITTilima w--... --.- S.V--S. .. ra, s-t ouu.
evens. 3 P. rn. oi Eie nw. Ph M, MM. '
MRS. ROTH a-r!!-
E-
antrea Tues. & Thura..
, readings dally. I C30 Ith nw.. above Lslb.
MRS. H. M. NOLAN ffSSVifS..
noadlnsf dally, spiritual tervtcea Rundav and
Tbura e.en. Bombay, apt. 11. nn II ne.
MRS WHITE
.00 th t- S. E. Scancaa
Sun.. Wed. A Frl.. 1 n
prlv. dally. Anacotla cara pam. 'LSOa.W
MRS. J. E. MALTBY
Frlrltnal Medium. Reading- dally by ap-
jeolntment. Pliona N SJ5. in; 16th gt. n. w.
CLAIRVOYANTS
Mme. Karto, Str
Tell past. rnt and future; adico on buI
net law Uli-i. no viiem---. ur-tttin. rtc.
hatUfat'tlon Ruaranteed or money refunded.
Keeling. 0r-l 00 10. O Si X. W.
MTVTF TTVal.T) Whcn 3ou-onult her
XHiUE. V lEdUU yoll conduit th. b.,
nunite tim-iies-' lr? Tth K W.
Prnf Wriphl Palmist an1 Clairvoyant.
TTt adlnrft Dally. EAllMfmeV.dkwiiar.. t n ...
ladlais Dally. SaUs(sctijizuar.( O(.ensvos.
Special Notices'
DR. WALDO,
Dentist,
& K. Corvl4U-&-You BUu N: W.
Phone N. 17.
BEGIN A CEMENT SSH: v'
Mends China and Cut Glass.
I'lIIllIll-r-KMIlliilllllt;
t DO YOU SWIM? t
Our pool Is tha- on) one la
Waahinj-ton which Is excluslvply
for women.
Instruction and- super-v.laion
classes In mornln-f, afternoon'
and eTenlntr.
Young '
Women's
Christian ,
Association
619 Fourteenth Street
Phone Mala 15S7.
-i-i Mini m-i-m 'H-; i.i i r i n
NOTICE OF MEETING OF- STOCKHOLD-
f-jm ur 1JUS-ATEO COPPER COMPANT.
Th. annual JBMttnr aC fh 'mlryyutTArm nS
tha ahoy, named Company wm be held on
jjOToay. ujo second day or Apr)!. A. Q- 3311.
t the hour of eleven o'clock In the forenoon.
?? .5?ofls ot -" Corporation. W Colorado
Bulldtng. Washington. D. a. fse- th. purpoe-s,
of electing Directors for the Compasy. and
for th. transaction of such other business
SS may LtOUeil nmi Kafnv tT, MMtlnv
lrt?a"S.1f Jti'0- DUNWOODT. Prsstdenu
Vi-vUDi.tlB Becxeta-y-Dated
at WMhlOfton, U. c March i. int..
AUCTION SALES
- ' -rues, J. .OWEI Jk SOJf
Anetlaneers.
TR,F5Jrr8A--i "o TWO VAtUABIJi
UNIMPROVED BUILDINtTLO-TS ON TH8
SOUTH amp. ne TWnrnnn.mvm . ub
TWEEN 12TH ISn li-ni srrsti-irro:
NORTHWlr.-By virtu, or a ceTtala'deed
of trust recorded la Liber No. sjm. Folio 13
iijrt-i. "- reconis or th. District e
Columbia, and at tha request, of thV party
secured, tber-by.i the undersigned .trustee win
"?" JwWle auction In th.cle or Tbos.
J. cjwen Son. Auctioneers. Il u 8L N.
W" ,1avTo!-l-'; J1 4ay,.f Jtercb A.
D. 1317. at ( o'clock V M - i eiiA.iM
descrlbd land and prsmlses. situate )n th
being lots numbers 14 and S In Square 7
In th. snsdMabm ,r mr&..v. s....
SfiSJ--'!, . "-' "lt b-rao" .recorded In th.
SSS? f .L "-i- tor said Dtstxtot jn
f01-. i,.,mr- Terms of Sale: Cash. A
deposit of 31W.09 required at ttsor of sal. and
th. purchaser allowed is av a Mm.vj. ..
-,'hS'-?"15,,,'P-t''la-a at tljn. of
t TS5CX,8Ii"-' TRUST CO, Tiustee.
S. J. HENRY, Viet President .
McHENRY BROTHERS
'Larsce auction sa!
of Horses, and
Mules t" 'onr
tables. 2.-!l
IltK ftreet N. W.
Saturday. 'March 3.
at 10 o'clqck. -100
head of 'fresh coun
try -horses, and
mules.
Four carloads shipped bv McHrnry Bros, of
Haserstown. Ud. Anyone jieeulsaa horse or
mule WW do well by attending this sale. We
sell all horses ror high Cellar. Anybody can
be suited In this lot. -of horses, as they will
weigh from I.otn to 1.K0 pounds. Lot of
extra heavy draft horses.
SO Local Horses- Sale Rain or Shine.
W. Sell 'Vehicles and Horses on Coomusslbn.
DAVID NOTES. AUCTIONEER.
On Saturday. March J. 1317. ac 1 o'clock
a. ra.. I will sett at public auction at ih-r
Farthers Produce IHsskeltV Jlsrket. Hth
snd B sts. N. W condemned District
horses. Nos. 3. (13. and i-' Tertlis.
CASH AT TIME OF ALE.
aj order or the Commissioners. D. C
A. TWEEDALE. Auditor. D C.
CLAIRVOYANTS
PROF. STEVENS
MASTERMIND -
Of -Psychics. -Clatreovant and sledlum
Advice on all affairs of lIV. liicltMllaa
business and speculation, ir affairs of la
heart or emotions of love Interest sou. as
elves exacC and truthful revslalians, settles
lovers quarrels, eaables you-to win the es
teem and affection of anyone yos 4esre.
causes speedy snd happy marries'- tells if ,
th. one you. love Is true, also date or mar
rlsxs. Restorea lost dffetttpn. peace and,
coofldeac to lovers SPd dlscorvaqt famu
lesv Gives you th; full secret how to con.
trol, fascinate. aad cbsrtM the oaf )Ou
love: also those yu meet. Iluwr 'to mats
a person at a distance tMnk of lea.
Positively reunites the senaratcvL Uakfs
no cbarsea tn advau-e for hTs reailtuzs
Unless you find h!m s-p rlor tt. asy rae
dium yea have ever visltrd. yo rectlve
your t-adlqa aoiolutety free. Without asa
Inr yoa'a question, he tells your nam. la
full and lit names of tbos. In whom r-u
ar. Interested.
ALL ISVIT-. NONE MJOHTZD.
CUT AD. OUT. . . t
STUDIO OPE:? D.'II.V AND FirsrtAT.
509-10 KENOIS BLDG., ,
11T1I AND G RTItEElJ .VoRTHWBST. '
n.sdlnss. toe an-! 31. Ilrv 10 to 3 p. as.
iMiii iinnuiiiiinini'
S17rIIBNT FP.lM 1.1. OTUtHS. I
M. SPENCER, I
ONE Of THE WORLDS MOST
CEL3BRATED PALUI8T3 AND
pi.imvnT.vNIH
Studio. 1318 14th St. N.W.
T CONSULT TIII6 OIFTKU LADT ,
ALLT OF TUB IIONESTT AND .
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out esktns; a question, she .will tsll ,
yon the object ot your call, tlvras; ,
names of friends, relatives, and act
ual facts concerning: your life and
clrn-mstsnees. whien VMl kntw to be
absolutely true. THE IIAQAMI ,
WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANT
FEE UNLKKS SHE GIVES TUB UT-
uult aiTTeeirrmV TVJU-m '
ATELT BENEFITED AND PBR.MA- '
J. NENTLT HELPED BT CONSULT- '
4. ING HER AT ONCS. Hours, is to i
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1 i if 1 1-
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MME. CARL'ETTA,
PRE-BMINENTLT THE CREATEUT OF
ALL CLAIRVOTANT8. LIFE READER
AND ADVISER.
Your past, present, future, advlslnr on
love, courtship, marrlace. dlverre. real es
late and speculation, rhsnirs In f amity snd
business, travel, Alas exact. Always
SEES EVKRT ONE NONK SLIGHTED.
Hours. 10 s. ro. to 3 p. ro.
1125 14th St. N.W.
PROF MOXIE .P$JgL
30e snd 31: sallsfacllon or no cnarse.
CLAIRVOYANT Vad&?strtnd
lee tth St. X. W.. above Library
MRS. R. LUSBY.
RCIENTiriC HAND RBADINO. NORWAU
CLAIUVOTANT. Advise clients on personal
and reneral rrattera throujh PSTCH1C AID:
QUESTIONS. All latest fat. cards; EAST
INDIA CRYSTAL. Ladles only. CI seed. Sun
day. Open till :". Licensed.
733 12th St. N. Vr.. 2nd floor.
WORLD'S GREATEST
PSYCHIC PALMIST and SEER
PROF. ZANCIG,
Host dtstlniulshed Medium of modern times,
reeds your every secret, all about Love. Law.
nomestle and Business Affairs- Zanclg suc
ceeds when all others fall. Special readlnfs.
14 cents and 31.M. Hours. 10 to . -Closed
Sundsys. Aiwsys consuu ins oesi; u s
the cheapest In the Ion: run. and. most
important ot all. It costs you no more.
Permsnenlly Iocs led tn this city at
904 I4h St. N. W.
ntm-ir-i.T oppoeitk vr xxkiiIX ptTtK
Mme. Delmain -"K ifflfc
what you naut to know Test. Ifo. Ufa Tttil'
Inc. Uc. 10 a. m p m. til :th t. N. W.
MRS. GAYER :"'i.-;r,, 12
He Studio, U 1st 8. W. M. Ml-J,
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