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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, TUESDAY; MARCH 13,' 1917.
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE
SUBURBS OF THE CAPITAL
Alexandria Site Offered Government for
Armor Plant Receives Indorsement of
Newport News Commercial Bodies.
ALEXANDRIA. March 13. Word
has been received here that the com
mercial bodies in Newport News have,
adopted resolutions indorsing the site
ottered to the Government by Alexan
dria for the location of the new armor
plant. They also have signified their
intention of usine their Influence
with the authorities In Washington
to that effect. Similar recommenda
tions are expected from other cities.
In the State within the next few days.
J. E. Thomas, representing the
Philadelphia firm which designed the
bronze drinking fountain at Cameron
and Royal streets, was here yester
day. He was surprised at the neglect
ed condition of the fountain, and said
Tie could not understand how such a
condition of affairs could have arisen
in a community which had been the
recipient of so useful and ornamental
a gift. The fountain was presented
to the city by the Daughters of the
American Revolution in 1912. It Is
expected the matter will be brought
before the common council this even
ing. Tne funeral of Ernest C. Roland
will be held at his late home in
Washington this afternoon. The body
will be brought here for interment
In Bethel Cemetery.
Jt. W. Lee, associate secretary of
the State executive committee of the
T. 1L C A.; J. E. Pleasants, busi
ness secretary of the association, and
W. C McCarty, of Richmond, spoke
at a meetln? of the Laymen's League
in the Westminster building last
evening. The question of organizing
n association In this city was dis
cussed. Washington Memorial Lodge of
Perfection, No. 7, Scottish Rite Ma
sons, will confer the fourteenth de
gree at a meeting here tonight.
A final decree of divorce was en
tered in corporation court yesterdar
in the case of Mary Agnes Wesley
against John Wesley. Final decrees
also were entered in the circuit court
in -which divorces were granted to
Florence M. Boyd from George E.
Boyd and to Eleanor V. Potter from
ljtwrence J. Potter. All were on the
ground of desertion.
Sergeant Scott and Policeman Reld
took Roy Johnson, colored, into cus
tody yesterday on a charge of the pro
hibition law. Thirteen pints of liquor
found on a dredge in the river In the
northwest part of the city was al
leged to be the property of the ac
cused. Johnson was held for the ac
tion of the grand Jury.
Alexandria Lodee of Elks, No. 73.
-, elected the following officers last
night Ervin ueorge ocnwarxinmiii.
exalted-ruler: Dr. Thomas B. Cochran,
esteemed leading knight: Arthur A.
Paul, esteemed loyal knight; Clarence
! Johnson, esteemed lecturing knight:
Walter M. Donnelly, secretary: Her
man Frledlander, treasurer: Thomas
D. Downey, tiler, and James Callan.
tiustee for three years.
Frank Trlplett, son of the late Ever
ett Triplet, died today at his home,
five miles south of the city.
CONGRESS HEIGHTS NEWS
Public Improvement Body Refrains
From Action on Strike.
Members of the Public Improve
ment Association of Congress
Heights refrained from any action
on the street car strike at Its meet
ing last night. Yesterday, it was
said, at the meeting, not a single
car operated to Congress Heights, al
though several did run as far as Ana
tostia. Practically all residents who
had to go to the city went In jitneys
or other conveyances:
On motion of Dr. E. E. Richardson,
-hair-nan of the school committee, a
request will be made that the large
clock in the school tower be lighted.
The committee on railroads re
ported that It has held conferences
I with the railway officials concerning
the matter of turning back street
cars when a temporary blockade re
sults, thereby causing much Incon
venience to passengers. J. T. Moffett,
superintendent of transportation.
sent a letter Indicating the practice
would be discontinued.
J. F Dyer, representing the Con
press Heights Brass Band, offered the
band's services for concerts during
the summer The offer was accepted.
The ministers of Congress Heights
will be Invited to become honorary
members of the association.
NEWS-AT ROCKVILLE
Four Excused From Jury Service
and Other Drawn by Court.
Lewis J. Jones, John I Mills,
Frenk Simpson, and George W.
Hyatt, recently drawn to serve as
Jurors at the March term of the cir
cuit court, have been excused, and
Judge Peter has drawn the following
In their places: William W. WII
llami William C Walking. Hanson M.
I Cronies, and William O. Hnmllton.
Court begins next Monday.
Samuel Simms, of Washington,
pleaded guilty before Justice of the
Peace Alfred Wilson, at Bethscda,
yesterday, to a charge of not having
a Maryland license tag on his auto
mobile. He was fined $5 and costs.
E. W Oliver, of Washington, and
E. Wilson Walker, Ernest Fraley,
and Douglass McGraw, of this
county, who were arrested her" Sat
urday by James D. Bozman, of Baltl
more, deputy motor vehicle commls
sloner, oni charges of violating the
State motor vehicle regulations,
pleaded guilty in police court here
yesterday afternoon and were fined
by Judge Henderson as follows:
Oliver, ffl and costs: Walker, S10 and
costs; Fraley, $5 and costs; McGraw,
J10 and costs. Sentence was sus
pended. The funeral of Mrs. Ellrabeth M.
Townsend, wife of John W. Town
tend, who died of pneumonia, at her
home at Kensington, Saturday, was
held at 8 o'clock last evening, imei
mn tflbfmr nlnr- tnrtav In Philadel
phia. Mrs. Townsend Is survived by
her husband and two sons.
NEWS AT HYATTSVILLE
Effectt of Street Railway Tie-up Are
Felt In Suburb.
The street car strike Is the one
absorbing question ' throughout the
section tapped by the City and Sub
Urban Electric Railway and affects
residents of this suburb seriously.
Many of the conductors and motor
men of the road are residents of the
various towns along the route, and
have endeavored with some success
to persuade their friends to use other
means than the street cars la getting
to Washington.
But few cars came to this suburb
after dark last night. Several peo
ple amused themselves by pulling
down the trolley poles of some of the
cars, throwing them In darkness. The
fact that they had to get out and
walk through a hostile crowd In
order to place the trolley on the wire
did not seem to phase the strike
breakers.
The Berwyn Home and School Asso
clationwlll give an entertainment at
the Berwyn School tonight. The fea
ture will be an address by Prof.
Charles Richardson, of the Maryland
State College of Agriculture.
The Hyattsvilie Building Associa
tion will hold Its annual election of
officers and directors tonight.
TO WIDEN POLICE SCHOOL
Training of "Rookies" Will Lead to
General Classes.
The work of the police school
opened yesterday for the 20 "rookies"
Just appointed will be broadened later
to Include higher Instruction for men
of longer service on the force. Major
Pullman ssid.
"During the time the new men au
thorized by Congress are being re
cruited, the work of the training
school vrlll be confined almost entire
ly to the instruction of recruits." said
Pullman. "Later on, advanced sub
jects will be Introduced for older offi
cers, and it Is hoped that out of the
training school there will be de
veloped a school for promotion of of
ficers. -The training school of the New
York police department Is in charge
of Inspector Cornelius F. Cahalane,
and his book on police practice and
INSURANCE STATEMENTS
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION
Of the
CONTINENTAL INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF
NEW YORK
On the 311 day of December. Hit. ae re
quired under tne District or Columbia Code.
amended June 30. 1902. and August IS. 1911
Capital aicx-k . .no. noo coo oo
Capital stock paid up. In cash .. 10,000,000 Sv
ASSETS.
Cash In office S1.S60 91
Cash In bank ... I.J-J.H 4(
Real eatato 1,000.000 00
Heal estate mortgage (first Hen). 2.700 no
Rocks and bonds (market value). 3.;S.:tt II
Bills receivable 130.868 2J
Premiums uncollected and In
hands of scents 1.XI.K03 10
Interest due and accrued 2S 6G7 1
S4.093.874 47
LIABILITIES
Net unpaid claims. ...
Reserve as required by law
Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes,
etc
Commissions, brokerage, etc
Cash dividends remaining unpaid
Capital stock ...
All other liabilities.
Net surplus over all liabilities. ..
S347 54
10.13J.3OS 4t
rrn.Mom
:.7S4i
soo.onooo
10 ODO.pnO M
132.470 4
1.-J.S3! :4
34.033.874 47
Amount of risk assumed and
character of business trans
acted during the ear 1916 11,307. 4S9.333 00
Losses sustained during the
year 131 .. 4.i:.rltS
Money received during- the
year 191 J I2.ttl.0M "
Expended during the year 191
(Including stock distribution
of 37.000.000 001 17." tX 57
HENRY TTVAN8. President.
J E. LOPEZ. Secretary
Subscribed ,nd sworn to before me this
56th day of January. 1917
Seal.) WM JOHNSTON.
Notary Puhllr
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Of the
GIRARD FIRE AND MA
RINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF PHILA
DELPHIA On the 21st day of December. 191. as reC
quired under the Pl.trlct of Columbia Code,
amended June 30, 1902, and August Is. 1911.
Capital stock . . ... S'0OrsN
Capital stock paid up. In cash.. .. SiO.fiOi) CO
ASSETS.
Cash in office 1799 75
Cash In bank 117.0173
Real estate mortgages (flrst lien).. 111.900 00
Stocks and bonds (market value).. I,li73,$70 on
Bills receUable 421
Premiums uncollected and In
hands of agents , . 191. 41 2s
Interest due and accrued .. 20,724 63
All other assets. Phils. Undr.
Ass'n deposit 100 00
Amount recoverable for reinsur
ance on paid losses l.gjs M
Lees assets not admitted: Market
value of special deposits In ex
cess of corresponding liabilities..
10.BO1 40
2.320.2SS H
LIABILITIES
Net unpaid claims 145.JJ7 M
Reserve as required by law 1,U.S3
Taxes, etc 7JMm
Capital stock . too.ooo 00
All other liabilities. Income tax .
on salaries deducted st the source 65 M
1.690.(23 If
Amount of risk assumed and
character of business transacted
during the year 19K. ". 127,520,41 00
Losses sustained during the year
19K 112,997 OS
Money received during the year
19K 40.0-0l
Expended during the year 191(. . 303.312 U
HENRY M. GRATZ. President.
THOS. G. VAUGHAN, Asst Secretary
Subeerlbec and svorn to before mo this
2nd day of February. 1917.
(Seal.) JOSEPH KLAPP NICHOM.S.
Notary PubUa.
procedure has been adopted as the
text-book of the Washington Ponce
Training School."
The appointment as school instruc
tors of Lieut. James A. Duvall, of the
First precinct, and Lieut. C. P. M.
Lord, of the Tenth precinct, resulted
in me transfer of Lieut. James .nan
ley from the Detective Bureau, where
he has been In charge from 4 until 12
p. m., to the First precinct.
TRACKS WASHED OUT.
CUMBERLAND, Md., March 13.
The Baltimore and Ohio tracks at
Romney Branch have been washed
out and low parts of western Mary
land are inundated by the flooded Po
tomac river. Parts of this city are
under water. Residents at Rldgely,
W. Va, moved out In boats.
EXCURSIONS
OLD POINT COMFORT
NORFOLK
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH
NEW YORK and BOSTON
BY SEA
Dally from 7tb Street Wharf, 6l3p.m.
City Ticket Office, 731 15th St. If. W.
NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
"MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
MOVINC. PADDED VAN!
mWVinU FURNISHED
Pbon. U. tti0-U.
KREIG'S EXPRESS.
12 H Strut N. w.
STORAGE. PACKING AND SHTPPINO.
fS9
FREE MOVING FOR
STORAGE.. N. JJIJ OB
N. XJtl.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
8TOKAUE CO.
1S S SL. NIGHT PHONE, JJ- (MX.
CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos.
Estimates cheerfully liven. WESCHLER'S.
K0 Pa. are. N. W. Phone Main 112.
SEE ME for best prices and satisfactory serv
ice. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND EX
PRESS. 1119 7th at. X. W. 1
"SAFETY FIRST."
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE.
UNITED STATES 8TORAGE CO.
Rooms, H CO and up. Moving. Packing,
"K-i Main 459 419-40 1Mb St. N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
DIAMOND SCARF PIN Between Kann'a
-and 10-cent stores; valued as keepsake. Re
ward, 407 4th st N. W.
DOO Small collie puppy. March 1". In or
near Dupont Circle. Return 1920 19th
st.: reward
BAO Silver mesh Saturday night. Lib
eral reward If returned to Miss MAMIE
KM TO. 90 East Tapltol st
KINO Diamond cluster, platinum setting,
on Monday afternoon, at or In vicinity of
Army and Navy Club, Moore's Oallery,
Bwan at., between lth and 17th, or 21st
and O sts. Most liberal reward, call
FLETCHER, 07 The Burlington
EARRING Carved pink coral, Sunday
night, between U5 lith at N. W and
11E 19th St. N. via Q st. Reward.
1J1S 19th st Phore N. S
BAG Black moire, containing sold fj'lUmi
and other articles. Sunday. March 11. 191T.
about 2:30 p. ra.. In going- from Edea' Home,
Georgetown, to 14th at. and N. Y. ave. N. W..
In Metropolitan cars. Reward If returned to
Mrs. J. G. COOK, Edea Home, Georgetown,
P. C
WATCH Elgin wrist and bracelet. Reward,
call N. 34.
WATCH On ltth St.. between Euclid and
Harvard, a lady's gold hunttng case
watch, engraved Inside Lennle and date.
Reward If returned to 907 F st. N. W
BAG Gold mesh, with two aipphlre
clasps, containing money and car tickets,
on navy yard car marked New Jersey ave..
about 10 o'clock Saturday night Liberal
reward If returned to 1174 Columbia road
HELP WANTED MALE
A BOY with some experience to assist In
printing photographs. RICE'S STUDIO,
iaa F st
WAITED
Men and boys over 6 years of
age; can earn more than $2 a
day. Permanent or temporary
employment.
Apply MR. PEERCE,
1st floor .401 FSt. N. W.
WESTERN UNION TEL. CO.
COLORED BOYS with bicycles for our dellv-
.. i ...,. .. ... . nl tr Int.
ery. rnu.i us ui ... ,? a,i-i ....
mediately, M. PHILIPSBORN a. CO . (10 11th
st. N w
CLERK Time, experienced In hotel work.
Apply COMMERCIAL CLUB. 11. JO to
1-10 p. m.
COOK Flrat-class, at country hotel. Ap
ply to FARMERS' HOTEL. Upper Marl
boro. Md
DRIVERS Two experience! colored, for fuF
nlture wagon; also four hclppers bring refs.
Call after Ip m . M inn st A w
S.H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 11 1 I;
:: DRIVERS
For Freight Wagons.
'.'. Must know the city. Good t
" waees for eood men.
:: Merchants' Transfer &
:: btorage Co..
Ti 1 1 1 : ' h 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 m 1 1 F
COLORED MAN to drle laundry wagon
WEST ENU I.1INTHY. 1723 Pa ave n
HOUSEMAN Colored, who understands
operating automobile, suburbs, refer
ences required. Address BOX 303, Times
office
MAN To care for lawn and garden, ex
perienced one preferred: suburbs, on car
line, references required. Address BOX
303. Times office
MAN Some experience as coach painter. J.
T SPR1NOMANN SONK 7lh and I fi W.
MAN Reliable, for general work in furni
ture slore, experience required, salary to
start IK, anion- who Is afraid of work
need not apply TtOX' 317 Times offlre
MEN To distribute advertising. 7 a. m
Wednesdav. OAFF ADV. AGENCY. 117
10th st N W
ROOFER Tin.
Apjly1412 Q stNTV.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES To learn French dress
cutting, dressmaking, designing and mil
Ilnery; good positions furnished after learn
ing. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY,
11IS O st. .
FINISHERS On pants, steady work guar
anteed, good pay. B. K. ALBERT. 931
F stNW
GIRLS At STIRLING LAUNDRY, 207 7th
st H. W
GIRLS On paper boxes. GEO. I. KIL
LIAN 4 CO.. 4S2 Pa ave. N. W.
STENOGRAPHER Young lady; experi
ence not netesssry. S10 Bond Bldg.,
14th and N, Y sve
SALESLADIES - Experienced millinery.
A. M. FIMIKL, 72S 7th st N W
START THE NEW YEAR making money;
manicuring, halrdresslng taught; 15 each.
MIRROR BEAUTY SCHOOL. 921 F st. N. W.
HELP-An all-around: steady
I'I'I.IVU ft CO., 905 I2th St. N W,
SITUATIONS WANTED
Female.
COOK First class, short order. In cafe or
hotel. 3)15 12ln M. N W
PIANO PUPILS Ui-onssl pupils' homes:
beginners preferred, reasonsblc. BOX
347, Times oUsa, -
HELP WANTED
Blale or Female.
MAN AND WIFE Either a German or
Swede, gardener and cook: suburbs: car
tin r.r,ran.a r.nnlred. AddrCSS BOX
... ... .
aus. limes onice.
WOMEN wanted to wash floors at I a. m.:
n,... . ,. .. ....1, In Innch-nnm. and
, uin, u wuin ... ... .. .
two dlhwihers. Apply at once. PRESTO
i.Kntll, bli -fin all.
MIDDLE-AGED colored woman washing
dishes and cleaning: also young man for
housework. HOTEL LOGAN. lowaClrcls.
"WANTED-AGENTS
SOLICTTORB-Here'e a winner for you: sell
unconditionally guaranteed product required
In every home, big demand: repeat orders:
big profits. Address at ones. P. O. Lock
Box 772.
"RTR RENT ROOMS
Furnished
THE NORFOLK Arsrt. t. 203 D St. N. B.,
large clean room wltn porcn. sm.
4th ST. N. W.. 401 Two-room flat, second
floor front, complete lor 1. n. jc; single
rooms.
O ST. N. W.. 4(1 Nicely furnished room rea-
sonaoie: orpotue pension uhict.
TA. AVE. N. W.. 1.(1 Opposite Raleigh
Hotel; refined aparti.. tree baths; cars
to ststlon: rates.
Unfurnished.
O ST. N. E.. 122-Threo second floor; heat.
gas, bath. (15. -
Furnished or Unfurnished.
DELA, AVE. N. E.. 310 Well appointed
housekeeolnr rooms, suitable for Union
Station emploe, USsnd Jl.
ROOMS AND BOARD"
Reduced Kates.
Comfort. Convenience.
NEW CAPITOL HOTEL
3rd ST. AND PA. AVE N. W.
Mth ST. N. W.,
1917 Board and room In a
Call for particulars.
Jewish family.
BuirresTNTrafTCEfflHTlTS"
WOnKINGMEN It's as easy to bt.y "bar
gains" as to hae a pocket knife ikeep
sharp or play on a golden harp; It will do
ou good to know this, even If you don't
buy from us. tell some poorer man of our
slightly used suits. IS JUSTII'S OLD
STAND, tl D
Vacuum Cleaners.
VACUUM CLEANING. 15 PER DAT
With expert operator; hand or electric
cleaners for rent: 11.10 per day.
NAT'L VACUUM SALES CO..
MAIN 4I5. tth AND D STS N. W.
Let us estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning
and floor polishing: vacuum cleaners for
sale and rent: all popular makes. SANITARY
METHODS CO.. 1102 Hth. N. 514.
Mattresses and Box Springs.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED and rt-made,
$1.10: promnt attention to suburban orders.
Capitol Renoatlng Co . 411 O st. nw. it. 11H.
Window Shades.
Good quality opaaus. Best atuuity a
Btted to your AZr- ops qua; hung tfr
window...., - free ouc
We call with samples. Ph. Una, 371.
KLEEBLATT'S',;?,8
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
COMFORTABLE 7-passenger car. 12.10 per
hour. Phone West 1103. Careful white
drlter.
CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE.
Phone Lincoln !.
Me. 10 blocks: 76c, city proper: LIS per hoar.
shopping; 11.50 per hour, touring. All high
grsde. new cars. 24-hour service.
11 and L2S PER HOUR. Chevrolet at Tart.
Get Rates for Trips.
Phone Day or Night. L. 114.
TAYI SERVICE. Trips. 10c. 75c, U.04.
Call Wast 34 Day and Night.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS.
it PER HOUR Special ratea for trips.
rca nuuR Phone Lincoln .
CAREFUL WHITE CHAUFFEURS.
Automobile Tires.
A-l AUTOMOBILE
TIRE VULCANIZING.
Sample Blowout Repair, SI; tube patches lis
up. GIBSON. 23 H St. N. W.
Automobile Storage.
WANTED Cars to slore: will take as high
as ten; rates reasonable; dead or live
fireproof storage. 24hour service. Rear
127 F st. N W. Cash rates. ( blocks. 25c;
12 blocks. 50c. city proper. 75c
For Sale.
FOR SALE $150 buys Hudson runabout.
Address 124 B st N W.
OVERLANDSllghtly used. 111 roadster In
Al condition. BOX l. Times ornee.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
SECOND TRUST LOANS
ARE OUR SPECIALTT.
LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST,
Write, call, or phoas
Paul V. Mitchell & Co.,
1413 O St. N. W.
MONET TO LOAM on real estate: lowest
rataa orlor rjayment Drtvllcrea: larM
amounts. TTLER at RUTHERFORD.
-..... a., ,-v.. , --- ,. fCMM, . ,-J
real estate. Several trust funds. 4 to t pes
cent. All transactions conducted with eco
nomical consideration for borrowers.
WU. H. 8AUNDERS & CO.,
tuutbern Building. "J lith at. N. W.
BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed information concerning the followinjr opportunities may be
secured free of charrje upon application to
BUREAU OF INFORMATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING.
KET TO ABBREVIATIONS USED: BL&W Fre board. lodslng and
washlntt. rM Per month. PV Psr week. PD Per day. PH Per hour.
B&L Kree board and lodging-. HGF4M Unfurnished house, garden, fuel
and milk. ES English speaking. Exp Experienced. Tr. Adr. Transpor
tation may be advanced under favorable conditions.
Unlsss otherwise stated, it will be understood that all opportunities
are of a permanent nature, anu ui. u
Male,
Farm Laborer Applications.
Mnrjlnnd.
ZtTZ. n'genS, .-as .ST
10413
Si aSiiisi Kip. Children perrmn.
r?. d.'Si PM. lWfiM Sam. for single.
I'eniisylvanla.
HIH-DelawaVe Co. J -""JSS:
White or colored. Single. - cowa. zv
K&Ko CO 'nr-r soln.
snd genera I' "J- Tr. .V. and de
exp., but will try green tt. $a
&&?&&
Belgian or Swede, fcs. necessary. io ir.
SW&W On. married or s.ng.e man
rrum,rrmeB.llIPSu,rerM;:g".t'Ap,ri1
Norwegian. Irish rrefemjd. lcow. Ore.
112.60 PM. winter. . PM. summer. ii
Sams for single
Virginia.
UJ-S-Norfnlk- Co. One "!'"'." 'j.
Tr'Ww. SET ?fSm..lTerCpr;,v..,flr?
ru.T.'wiiii;. Mm toH rw.
common i.Anon.
Delav-nrr.
---H-New Castle Co Wanted: IS labor
era at ISc PH: M car repairmen. S3 M PH.
"shop nands. ae VH: 1 crane operator, Wc
PH (ilectrlo overhead): -"-'n?. "
Jlc PH: machinists at Se HI i tln-
.amlthi at "so PH: - "k-"?,ltfB; ft'P"
'ae PH: 4 messenger bo)S at loo Til. Any
nationality. No Tr. Married or single. Id
bra. PD. Lodging free.
Maryland.
K: Baltimore Co. Wanted: KO married or
single men for general laboring work. I are.
ri. I"! Pf
I7 193 Charles Co Wsnled: M laborers snd
I " -fcitiista i Guardsman prsfarrsd. Lev
FOR RENT HOUSES
Unfurnished
(309 8th 8T. N. W- R. AND B.. 322.S0.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER,
220 Southern bldg.. l.lh and H sts.-N. W.
"ATWrFENTST5TE,r
TInfnrnished
COPLEY COURTS,
17th and Church Sts. N. W. .
Ready for occupancy Inviting rsservatlons.
Best of location and most modem construc
tion. All lino outside rooms and every ap
pointment and service.
2 to 5 Rooms and Bath,
$28.50 to $60.00.
Early Rsservatlons Will Command Preferred
Suites.
J. N. RUTH. Mgr.
PRONE NORTH 3371.
WENDELL MANSION8.
233J Mass. Ave.
12 rooms and 2 baths 3250.00
THE LACLEDE,
1223 Vermont Ave. N. W.
t rooms and bath 180.00
THE ARGYLE.
17th St. and Park Road.
2 rooms and bath , --
THE GIBRALTAR,
Hth St. and'Kalorama Ave.
t rooms and bath, large porch M
THE BALTIMORE,
1J15 Swann Street.
I rooms, bath and porch .'. w5
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
lli FIFTEENTH ST. N. W.
Telephone Main 414.
11th ST. N. W.. 737 4-room apartment, with
bath or for business.
FOR RENT WAREHOUSES
$0 DECATUR ST. N. E. Near B. & O.
freight, 90x30, 3 floors, elec. rlev.. $150.
30 L 8T. N. E. 2nd floor. 130x65, $75.
30 L ST. N. E. Basement. 130x5. $50.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT APPLICANT
ON LEASE.
W. F. NASH,
122 M ST. N. W. PHONE NORTH 347T.
FOR SALE HOUSES
AN EXCELLENT
HOME VALUE .
At the right pries. In one of the COMING
sections of Washington.
1601 to 1617 East Capitol St.
PRICKS FROM
$3,875 to $4,500
Small Cash Payment. Balance Monthly.
All the Advantages That Go With the Modern
Built Heme. Six Large Rooms and-
Tiled Bath. 1I.-W. H.. etc.
. GO OUT TODAY!
Just off th car line. H square which la an
added feature for comfort. Five mlnutea' walk
from beautiful Lincoln Park.
Salesmen on Premises Dally Sunday.
PHONE M. 4341.
Sample House Open Dally. Sunday. 3 V. M.
FOR -SALE FARMS
60 ACRES of fertile loam all clear but ten
acres la wood with good it ream adjoinloc:
mall but food home with rood farm build-lng-i;
one mile to car line and railroad eta
Uon ten mile out In Maryland: J. 000; $730
cash, balance easy. GEO. C. WAL-Ki-R, Kt-nol-
Bldg , 11th and Q sti
For Exchange.
BEAUTIFUL, country home of U acres with
handsome nine-room home containing; erery
modern convenience and rood as new; all
kinds of farm bulldiDts, beautifully shaded
lawns, fertile sarden, poultry plant with in
cubators and brooders, farmior Implements,
etc.. all land under cultivation and orchards
except small shaded stream in rear; 1,000 fruit
trees; situated out Baltimore boulevard near
trolley and steam roa-ds In hlxheit and best
section: Slt,000. will take city property not
over $5,000 clear as part payment with bal
ance to be arranged. GEO. C. WALKER,
Kenole Bldg,. 11th and Q sts.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
POTATOES, .
50c PER BUSHEL.
That Is about alt It will cost you to raise
your own potatoes and all other vegetables
on one of our little "farms" from 1-f of an
acre to 3 acres. ONE CAR FARE.
Enough land and cottage for most any
slie family for ltt up. SMALL CASH
PATMENT and balance Ilka rent. BE IN
DEPENDENT. NO VORE HIGH COST
OF LIVING. BL'T HIGH LIVING AT LOW
COST.
Come talk It over with us NOW. We
know
The Fowler Realty Co.,
SUBURBAN HOME BUILDERS.
10 F ST. N. W.
For Rent.
IXENILWORTII AVE.. UK Seven-room
i house, with cellar and poultry bouse; plenty
I of shade: some fruit; electiio lights; every-
.m.. I- s.4es- Inf Tk r.-a Haft ft Rant fit Ms
IlliUi Ml " -"- " J "' - --., wr -ns
per month. Phone or call on W. B. SHAW,
-.... -- Mt Rainier 7 Rooms. Half acre.
UOliagC K,nt. 1.S0 Fine water. SO ISth,
N. E . Owner Fruit garden. Near cars
TWO houses, all conveniences, beautiful
surroundings. 7 miles from Washington,
perfect road. BOX 417. Times office.
FOR SALE GARAGES
BEFORE placlnjr order, net my prices and
other Information; 10x14 and larger: all
steel and portable. Drop card, ALBERT
BURRUPB. 4?1 Reierrolr ave. N. W.
"gu1NSTl)TaPrRTlJNlTfES
LAUNDRY buslne-M well established, a
good oportunlty for a live man. Apply
BOX 174. Times office
- n - i ucsnreu as soon as possible.
"Hirers. J-.it ji rn
M " U M "r,v "h.ni:...';irr.Voutni.
msi. ar,H.i '"'!" Interested should
i,rnJ-"."ln- ""'" ,n Prson or In
writing to Commanding Officer. Naval Prov
ing Crounds, Indian Head. Md.
TrtADKS.
Delaware.
K 5M-F New Castle Co Wanted 11 m.
'"-'' rir- fitter, and lalwrT" Any m-
tlonsllty. Married oe single 4 Pit V.
M'MK " No Tr.Pi, h
District of Columbia.
WJl7jktH,;i'i--,J.ffl,"l) "n-class machinist,
(electrical machinists . Man-led or slncle
PHr.ndUnr.-3n f'"1-""" -n?htal.J.?
mo,,,heJ.P.ni:nU, "' 1Vr' "n """
N'eir Tork.
,;mIC'lIN,7.5; Co' w""-'- ) machln
il i- tH nnC"L-'nJ: M"J'-I r -Ingle
U.IMi: PD. No Tr S hr PD so da).
rn.1?L.i".. r'rr"", '"'"-ested should
make application either In person or In writ-
Wa-teArNrr.' "" U- S' A""'
Female llomeatlra.
Dlalrlrt of C'olurnhla.
KT,t One single woman for general house-
,.?-?rk B'ln "'y- PM and home.
lS7-Ona married or single woman a. cook
and for light housework. j pv and home.
2 in family.
1M1J One single woman or widow for general
housework J In family No children per
m.li'"Gre,n N-""" PM- KP SIS t.-rt
PM. Good home. German. Austrian
.. Sw'1', Swiss or Amerlcsn Tr, adv.
llSCC-One single woman for general' house
work. No washing and Ironing Swede.
German or suitable colored woman, li PW
and good home.
CHM-Ona single or married woman for gen
eral housework. No children. 110 PM.
Short hours. Take, washing home
X3-"""0ne. I'SS' wnian for general house
work, lli PM. and home.
ICCU-Ons single woman for general house
work, til PM and home, or can go boms at
night. Usual hours.
1UM One single woman for general house
work. 4 In family. Ill psi and heme,
usual hours.
Hits One single woman for general houss
work. Whits K3. Wagsa to be arranged.
when experienced
IN MEMORIAM
fNotlcea for this eelnms ara accented at M
cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case no
nce aoes not exceed ten lines. Ana w csois
ror eacn line In excess of ten.)
FfHTERTSKErTS
Erabalmera Funeral Directors
J. WILLIAM -LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND L1VERT.
Pa. Ave. N. W.
Telephone M IKS. WASHINGTON. D. C.
O. B. JENKINS,
133 H St N. W. Main 4184. .
ULRICH & BURDETTE,
. Wisconsin Ave. West Hi. .
S. H. H1NES & SON, INC.
I'M 14th St. North 1835.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
HI 14th St. North ill.
TUflUlC C IIIIDDAV
lOOT-lOll Nichols Ave. S. E. Line, ltl
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
ma n kz. n. ti. aUinc - .
GEORGE W. WISE,
HOP M St. Wast 1U.
. W. W. DEAL & CO.,
tit H SL N. E. Line, slsi.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
710 11th St. S. E. Line. His.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO..
1014 Massachusetts Ave. Main
F. A. SPEARE SONS,
120IHSL N. W. Main 10L
P. A. TALTAVULL,
413 Tth S S. 1. Main 16X9.
THOMAS S. SERGEON.
lflll 7th SL N. W. Main 130.
THOMAS M. HINDLO.
1th and H Sts. N. W. Main 87.
JOSEPH F.
IM4MSt.
BIRCH'S SONS,
N. TV. West Jt,
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
lg Wisconsin Ave. Wast 804.
HERBERT P. NEV1US.
I8 Net? York Ave. -Main 2517.
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S SONS. Inc.
301 East Capitol St. Line. 372.
W. R. SPEARE,
140 F SL Main 42IC-4H1.
JOHN-R. WRIGHT CO.,
1117 10th St. N. Vf. North 47.
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT,
00 Pa. Ave. West" 151 !
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of Ttry dsscrlstlon moderate pries.
OTJTiI".
111 V ST. N W.
'Vital Records.
Births.
Philip snd Katherlna Kraatwurst. boy.
Miller O. and Blanch Tales, boy.
Thomas M and Emma M. MeVrarry. girt.
Charles E. and Pearl Dicker-on. boy.
Israel and Jennie Diamond. girl
John W. and Ethel Woodson, boy.
William W. and Hilda Campbell, girl.
Nicholas J. and Emily E. Shumaker. boy.
Bernard H. and Florence E. Hardesty. boy.
Charles E. and. Lyda Eans. girl.
George H. and Marie Beall. boy.
John A. and Eva M. Dawson, boy.
Joseph M. and Marrle M. Brown. ,
Edward and Josephine Bailey, girl.
Herbert and Mary L. Lewis, girl.
Marriage Licenses.
Manrlee.S. Brooks and Grace Nelson, both of
Westmoreland county. Va.
Clarence H. Gatewood and Eatelle L. Carter,
both of Caroline county. Va.
Stephen S. Gregory. Jr.. and Jean W. Stirling,
rjotn or cnicago. m.
Earl S. Haskell and Eva Mabel Sanborn, both
of this city.
Clarke T Hunn. of this city, snd Marguerite
de Glrardln. of New Tork city.,
James A. dopton and Patsy Johnson, both
of Portconway, Va.
Richard Brent and EmIUne Collins, both of
this city.
Walker G. Toner and Mattle V. Jordan, both
of Richmond. Va.
Hex. K. Broughman and Mary V. Angle.
both of Lowman. Va.
Charles T. Glbblns. of Stafford. Va.. snd
Margaret V. Lovett, or t reaenciuDurg. va.
Deaths.
David C. Beeies. 75 yrs.. 136 Irving st. nw.
Chambers B, Owen. K yrs.. George Wash
ington University Hospital.
James Sullivan. 60 yrs.. 131? Emerson st. ne.
Ernest C. Roland. 44 yrs.. Casualty Hospital.
Joseph Rowe. 49 yrs.. Wash. Asylum Hosp.
John Boyd. S yrs.. Hotel Lafayette.
Edward W. Mahoney. ti yrs , lie nth st nw.
William Riley. SO .. H and 3rd sts. ne.
Hon. Cyrus Adams Sulloway, 77 yrs.. New
Varnum Hotel.
Edward C Gorman. 7 yrs. in B st. ne.
George Shilling, 72 yrs.. ls AnacosUa ave. se.
James T Owens. & yrs., SI1) A st. se.
Elisabeth Mansfield. 4 yrs.. Ill N. H. ate nw.
Frances P. Fortune, li yrs. 1924 Snd st, ne.
.nn It. Wathen. 7 rs . 11(3 S. C. ave.
Emily B. Magruder. 70)rs.. 1304 13th st. nw
Regena M. Wynkoop. s months. 713 G st. se.
Sarah Baker. U yrs.. 11 P st. nw.
Lillian C Jones. yrs.. 1934 3rd st. nw.
George Jackson. Z? yrs.. Cc 4H st. sw
Viola Strickland. yrs.. Tuberculosis Hosp.
Mary Dent. 40 yrs 334 Bryant st. nw.
John I,ee 47 yrs.. 313 C St. w.
Mary E. Thomas. 33 yrs.. Rock Creek Church
roid and Bates road.
Walter licas. 2 dajs. 1313 9th st. nw.
Infant of Joseph M and Marrie N. Brown,
13 hours. 1309 9th st nw
"PERSOMT
VlW Pfl Tr?alinnt for liquor habit
Mlviv ici.en In privacv of patient's
hom rharg- raonabl-- Call X SS0
MRS. ORA L FIELD HVe.?.
ment; face and scalp. 15 H n.. ?nd floor.
MISS JAMERON S1;
to 1 p. m. 133 N. T. ave. nw.. sec, floor.
I 1 II A R YnN,I,,r drslng. scalp treat
l.UI.rt tv I '-",'n,,nt high freouencv: chl.
ropody. 709 lith st N W Ph M. 7n5.
MICQrAIrJ Manicuring snd Scalp Treat-
. . TJtinnsi faln 71S
Alrw ' "-"" -
MlSSMOOREp2ft..-3fsr
M.B. SUTOR'.-o; .
Marilda Williams J,;10'?, "
1W lltft iN. . Awn. -i
MRS. ANDERSONil"-. w.
Manicuring, g-oip rnnmrnr. anampooln
""" , ... -
AMY ELLIS J""1"-""- snd Scalp
Aul -JJJ"U Treatment. 71 lltn at
N W Apt. 3. OPEN' SI-.VDVYS . '
rhirooodv fuV0, V1J"i BJr Treatments,
Uniropuuy -,-aclal and Scalp. Halrdrasi-
mr ana .t,iii. t. naier, us Kenols
hide- Hth and C sts. Ph. M. 4434. Open gnu.
DR. REED,
SPECIALIST,
804 Seventeenth Street.
Over ?0 Ycars'Vcc"'2 pa.ctiee in tn
----- iu,c ui .iirowc. ivenoua
and srecisl Diseases of Men and Women.
Means tieann 10 you ir you Suffer
from cater, uwaiu, ivneumansm, consti
pation. Tiles. Throat. Lungs. Brain. Heart.
Blood and Skin Diseases. Nenous Deblllt
Klrtne Diseases, Bladder Troubles, Specific
rtlnod rolsonlng. Krurtlons. I leers, and til
i-rlate Diseases Cure-1 for Life by feafe
lethods.
SOS, Bacteria acclnes and all the nrw ,.
rums and nntl toxins administered a
uiargcs low. mcuicine rurnisned
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waitin.tr Room for Ladies
Office hours: 10 to 1. 3 to 4: Sundsy. 10 to II.
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCIJAV RRFRir'KKATUR CUMIMNf
Refrigerators That re I nequaled.
f-.l F ST :.. W
We BuUr!.Lst Repair Refrigerators.
Speciail Notices
DR. WALDO,
Detotist,
B. B. Cor. Hth & Tfou Sts, N. "W.
Phone If. JJIT.
NOTICE is hereby given that on tb thirty
flrst day of March. 191". will expire aU li
censes granted by the Xutaot of the Dis
trict of Columbia, to peddlers and produce
aealers trading at Urge. Said licenses must
be promptly renewed by all persons desiring
to continue business alter inai osu. ns.
E.KICHARD8. Assessor. D. C.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUT TO A OrflT" T A "D T"! T
ALL KINDS !.-k3X.lJ a. s.. -J
A. L. DORSET, rear CHlt-N. TV. M. 3T3.
WANTBD-Fumltore for cash. SeU yoor
goods to the man who gives tns most money.
See HOPWOOD. tth and K. '
55Jaaa furnitube
WIESENBERCrC. Ml La. avs. Ph.M.Ht.
WANT"-l--rorntrnra, pianos, carpets, eta.
Phone M. IB for wagon, or bars, ne eau.
"WESCHLER'S." HO Pa. ava. W. W. 1
TOD" WILL FEEL BATIsriED with prtcosj
pay for rOTtNTTTJRE. CARPETS AND
STOVES. B. WEISENBKRO.
Only stm-e. 3 E n. w. Mam ue.
CASH prices paid for worn clothing, either
ladles' or men's: send postal: will call. B.
TARSHES. lies Ttb st. nw. Phono North OS.
JUNK.
JUNK.
JUNK.
Pbona M. 13-3. or dran csrcL RItrbsst easB
prices paid for paper, rags, metal, rubber,'
snd old auto parts. 301 K it. N. W.
CONTINENTAL JUNK CO.
WE psy cash for all kinds of psper. rags,
junk. etc. Call TOMMT LOWE, let O
st. N. W. it. 331.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
CREDIT CASH
FURNITURE
New and slightly used. Special discounts
for cash. Ssve money buy at
HOPWOOD'S
EIGHTH AND 1C.
ROOMING HOUSE Cheap to a quick
buyer. tU I st. N. W.
GOOD FURNITURE for sale: going to leave
town. Call Wi lith St. N. W.
STEIN WAT GRAND PIANO, perfect condi
tion. Price -S09. Address BOX 387, Times
office;
RECORDS T"tor. Col-nnbta- bengst,
iujuinig jjjj. aseb'd for Me each.
TAMA RECORD UBRABT. dti ttb N. tr.
CLAIRVOYANTS
i m m 1 1 n irinnim in
PROF. ZANCIG.
WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS PALMIST,' J.
4crtt. lielps you to win In lovt, (Itm T
j-e ra;i,asaPixiua twuvaveai -Ja wuauicaw, ssjji
. mccetl when a.11 others ba.ro failed.
. Hours. 10-7. Closed Sundays, Soeclal T
. rsadlnrs. BOc and XL- 9C4 lth st. N. WH T
dlratlr OTrDOstta PrSTlklln Pmrlc "tl
liiiiiiiM-iiiiiiiimiii'
PROF. STEVENS '
UASTER MIND OF FSTCHICS,
Clalrroyanee and Palmlstrr- Adrlc on all
affairs of life. Includinr business and spoeii
tatlon. If affairs of the heart or emotions
of Iots interest you. don't fall to rtstt him.
0-10 ICENOIS BUXJ.. UTB.AND G N. W.
MME CARLETTA .
l-RE-EMINENTLT THE GREATEST OT
st.T. CLAIRVOTANT3. LITE READEB
AND ADVISER.
..Tour past, present, future, sdvlstng on
love, courtship, marriage, divorce, real es
tate and speculation, changea In family and
business, travel. Always exact. Always
reliable.
SEES EVERT ONE NONE SLIGHTED.
Hours, is s. m. u It. B.
1125 14thSt.N.W.
DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS.
M. SPENCER,
MOST CELEBRATED PALMIST AND
UFE READER.
STUDIO, 1318 HTH ST.
Without asking a question she will tell yen
the object of your call, giving names of
friends, relatives, and actual facts, concern
ing your life snd circumstances which yon
know to be absolutely true. THE MADAMS
WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANT FEE UN
LESS SHE GIVES THE UTMOST SATIS
FACTION. IMMEDIATE BENEFITED AND
PERMANENTLY HELPED BT CONSULT
ING HER AT ONCE. Hours 10 to . 1
PROF. D. B. BRUCE
THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Csn be consulted on all aCalra. 13UA Wai
ter place 8. E. Hours s a. m. to M p. m.j
Sundays, from t to I p. m. Ph.- Line- 173.
W. Pn. Col. 3370. By sppolntment only.
ORIGLVAL GTPST PALMIST.
CT H st. N. W.
Mmp Delmain Clairvoyant. Palmist.
iUIIlC. xejuidlll pjrt Beader. Tells
what you want to know. Test. 10c Life read
ing. 50c. 10 a. m.-l p. m. (13 7th st. N. W.
MRS. R. LUSBY,
SCIBNTIFIC HAND READING, NORMAL
CLAIRVOTANT. Advises clients on personal
and general matters through PSTCHIO AID:
UUECTION& All latest fate cards: EAST
LSDIA CRYSTAL. Ladles only. Closed Sun
day. Open till :30. Licensed.
733 12th St. N. W., 2nd floor.
iiiic PI PI P. When you consult her
iYViYlc. ncLu JOli COn,uU tne tt9U
nunUe perted i;; "ih X. W.
MME. KARTO feSSTSSgi
itt. and Card Reader: 31.00 readings this
week. Me. 1C G St. N. W. e
PmF Wriohf Palmist and aairvoyant.
trot, wrigni IB r gt. N w, Pn UXTi
Readings Dally. Satisfaction guar., open eves.
..n-- paviTP Greatest Card Reader ana
ftlKb. OAirirv CUIrvoyant. Readings,
Sc. Studio. 117 1st 8. W. M. 7SCJ.
PROF MOXIE $'; n'w. "headings!
Me and tl; satisfaction or no charge.
MRS-KENELRY'-..
.tvfiv Lib: true prediction, clear eight.
1RITUALISM
t.r-r-1 rnluiown the world over for
KttLCfl alaIe writing. Is In the city
for a brief time. 13t3 Parkwood place JV.
t QiiinH(r; Spiritualist medium, ss-
Mrs. baunaerb ,,,,,,, br j 0. Yokel:
nriv readings dally: meets, every ete. except
Bat.' p. m. The Madrid. ZXt ISth st. N. W.
MRS. MAMIE STEVES fgglSSr
Mrs. H. M. NOLAN ffS",
Hidings dally, spiritual services Strnday and
"31 .'en's Bombay, apt. 11. UIT H ts.
r.c WHITF 700 Ctb st. 8. E. Seances
MRS vni i n 6un.. wed. rrt. i p.
m -h dally. Anacostla cars pass. HOS-W
vine: nROVNELL?!i"wnt:Tr.-'
lllivw Mruium, iqiji -it(
nresent. future; gives nimei. advice en bust
ness. lawsulta; love, home, eafssraUone,
ohnnaTftB
neaiin. eic; mnrm ea. t
Sum
vna. S D. m
".! cijn -
Ph. M. MM. m
-WT-.0 TrrPTJSnIrltual
Medium, 9.
iUXVO. is-v - ances Tues. A Thurs.
eve., resdlnse dally. 1020 th N. W above
Ub
MRS. J. E. MALTBY
Spiritual Medium. Readlnga dally by ap
-ointment. Phone N. t3X Ul 1Mb at. n w.
"HORSES ANDVHICLEST "
FOR SALE
at the
CENTRAL ATJTO & WAGON WORKS.
Rear of 4U-4M Eye st. N. W. Main Uft,
Eitra large well-bred pony.
Rubber-tired buggy.
Two-seated .urrey.
Hne delivery wagon.
French coupe.
Two-seated family carriage, robber-tired.
Three-seated dayton wagon, single or double,
hsnd made.
Three fine delliery waeone.
One Urge nbolesale w.goa.
One two-ton coal wagony . ..". f ft y

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