THE 'WASHINGTON TBIES; THimSDAT; APRIL 5; 1917.
HAPPENINGS IN THE
Clarence E. Crown, Shot by W.
& S. Railway Special Agent,
Dies of Injuries.
ALEXANDRIA, April 5. Clarence
fe Crown, who was shot by A. F.
Cannadayfl special agent of the Wash
' lngton and Southern Railway Com
pany, while in the Potomac yards last
Friday, died at the Alexandria Hos
pltaWarly today. The bullet struck
Crown-4n the abdomen. He was taken
Into custody with two others, Melvln
Mayhuch and R .11. Gundy. Both the
latter were turned over to the Alex
andria county authorities, by whom
they are still being: held. Crown was
a freight conductor and resided at
109 Korth Payne street, this city.
His body was taken to Wheatley's undertaking-"
parlors this morning".
Officer Snelllngs, of the local police
fore;, arrested Brice Williams, color
ed, last night at Rosemont on a
charge of violating the prohibition
law. Williams had eighteen pints of
liquor on his person, it is alleged.
Police Judge Caton this morning held
him for the grand jury. Albert
Lewis, colored, arrested by Officer,
noiana on a cnarge oi seriously cue
ting Hoses Washington witha knife
last night. Is being held In custody
awaiting the result of Washington's
The will of William Miller was ad
mitted to probate In circuit court this
morning. Stanton Miller qualified as
executor. The will of Dennis John
Kinnlerey also was admitted to pro
baet. Dr. J. Howard Iglehart qualify
ing as administrator, with the will
The Old Dominion Boat Club held
Its annual meeting in the rooms of
the Chamber of Commerce last even
ing. Plans for the coming season
were discussed and officers elected as
fallows: B. E. Carver, president; Au
brey Callahan, vice president: Carl
Mueller, captain; J. T." Douglas, sr.,
first lieutenant; S. F. Dyson, second
lieutenant: J. W. Roberts, secretary
and treasurer: J. T. Preston, sr J. S.
Douglas. Jr.. and O. Ashley Reardoc,
ooara or governors.
Suit has been entered by Miss Cora
Eaton, of this city, through Attorneys
Robinson Moncure and Leo P. liar
low, in circuit court lor Alexandria
county, against the Washlngton-VIr
glnla Railway Company and the.
Washington Brick and Terra Cotta
Company. Jointly, for $5,000 for per
sonal Injuries alleged to have been
sustaThTd by her when a trolley car
on wnlcn she was riding collided with
a motor truck owned by the brick
company, at Addison, Alexandria
county, on August 10, 1916.
Among thosee who will respond to
toasts at the banqeut to be held this
evening In the Toung People's building-
by Randolph Chapter, Rose Croix,
will be Henry K. Field, grand master
of Virginia; J. E. W, Tlmberman,
grand high priest. Royal Arch Ma
sons; James R. Caton, II. Noel Garner,
Chester A. Gwlnn, and J. Johnston
Green, all of this city. The banquet
will be served' by the ladies of Martha
Washington Chapter, Order of East
Funeral services for Levi S. Dove
were held yesterday afternoon at the
home. 42S South Lee street, the Rev.
W. H. Van Ness, pastor of the Free
Methodist Church, officiating.
Mrs. Daniel X. Swan, wife of Lieu
tenant Swan. U. P. A., Is here from
Fort Hancock. Sew York, visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Doni
phan. NEWS AT ANACOSTIA
Children to Roll Eggs at Font Stan
ton on Monday.
Old Fort Stanton will be the scene
Monday of the annual tratherlnir of
children for their Easter e&S-rollinff
The Anacostia branch of the
Dauchters of America Is taking: an
active part In the preparation for
war, principally by Inducing: young:
men to enlist in the country's service.
Already E. Lusby. William Ilobey,
and Stewart Anderson, of this suburb,
have enlisted, and others will follow.
The Ttev ". C. Hicks pleached last
night In Emmanuel Church. Tonight
the rector, the Rev. W. O. Iloome. Jr.,
will be In charge.
Monday night the Public Improve
ment Ao-Iatlon of Congress Heights
will meet in Loeffler's Hotel. In Nich
ols avenue On the same evening the
Handle Highlands body will meet,
and IT. N" Connolly; of the Depart
jnent of Agriculture, will be the
Fpeaker N xt Wednesday night the
Anacostia association will meet, and
plans for home, gardens will be dis
cussed. NEWS AT HYATTSVILLE
Patriotic Exercises In Schooli
Patriotic exercises will feature
the opening of the dally sessions of
the schools in this county, if the reso
lution passed by the State board of
education Is followed. This resolu
tion was received today .by County
Superintendent of Education Eugene
Joseph IT. Hlandford, jr., a former
member of the house of delegates
from this county, and now superin
tendent of the State lime plant at
Pope's Creek, came to Hyattsville yes
terday to enlist in Company F, but
failed to find a recruiting officer.
At the community meeting held at
Surratsvllle a movement was started.
to organize a nome ana scnooi asso
ciation, and a meeting was set for
April 11 to consider details. An ad
dress on the subject was made by
County Superintendent of Education
IDngene S. Burroughs. In a baby con
test the first prize was awarded fo
little Miss Eleanor Thompson.
The farce, "A Red Hot Message,"
will be staged in the Woodmen's hall
at Milchellvllle next Monday evening.
Dancing will follow the play.
The condition of Mall Route Agent
Ityon. who was Injured In an acci
dent last week on the Pope's Creek
railroad. Is' said to be greatly im
proved. A dance for the benefit of the La
dles' Association of Upper Marlboro
Mill be held tomorrow night in the
Masonic hall. The committee in
charge is composed of Robert L
Wells, chairman: R- Ernest Smith,
John Russell, WJlllam S. Hill. John
Coale, J. H. Traband, and Ghieslen
NEWS AT ROCKVILLE
Resignation of Assistant Teachers
at Woodside School Accepted.
The resignations of Mrs. Geneva
W. Clark and Miss Marie Boardman,
as assistant teachers at the public
school at Woodside, have been ac
cepted by the county board of edu
cation. The board has granted to
Miss Kathleen Houghtallng, also an
assistant at the Woodside school, an
Indefinite leave of absence because
Fire destroyed a. stable on the
farm of John B. Diamond, Jr., near
Galthersburg, and two valuable
horses were burned to death. The
loss was about $1,200. partially cov
ered by insurance.
Following a long Illness, Mrs. Mary
Matilda Bean, wife of James R.
Been, dfed yesterday afternoon at
her home near Rockville, aged fifty
years. She Is survived by her hus
band and a daughter and two sons.
George E. Nicholson, of Olney dis
trict, yesterday "Announced his candi
dacy for the Democratic nomination
for sheriff, to succeed Sheriff W.
The Rev. J. W. Duffey, for several
years pastor of the Southern Meth
odist Church at Alexandria, Va.. has
been assigned to the pastorate of the
Rockville church, to succeed the Rev.
John H. Schooler, who goes to an
SOUTHERN'S CHARGES GROW.
Expenses of the Southern Railway
Company Increased twice as much as
earnings during February, according
to figures showing results of opera
tion, exclusive of Interest, rentals, and
other Income charges, announced to
day by Comptroller A. H. Plant, as
Gross revenue, February, 1017,
J5.698.107, an Increase as compared
with 1916 of $276,371, or 4.83 per cent;
operating expenses, taxes and uncol
lectible railway revenue. $4,638,330, an
Increase of $546,398, or 13.35 per cent.
Wldwood, N. J.
For Your Summer Vacation. Booklet,
J. Whltesell. City Cler.k.WlIdwood.NJ.
OCEAN" CITT BEAUTIFUL. N J HOTEL,
STERLING ST. CHARLES offers low
Easter rates. $1 per dsy up; European plan,
finest bathing beach, grand boardwalk, sea
flshlnr. boating. achtlng. golf, aviation,
splendid auto roads, clean wide streets;
modern conveniences; "shore" dinners. For
rooms call, wrlte. phone: 4J10 Filbert. Sit.
1M1 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia: SI return
excursion rate from Philadelphia.
OLD POINT COMFORT.
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH
NEW YORK and BOSTON
Dally tram 7th Street Wfcrrf.tj43 tena
city Ticket Office. X3X 15th St. N. IV.
XORFOLK AKD WASHLXGTOS
IK Hth STREET N. W.
TELEPHONE MAIN 1217.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
WClVlNCi PADDED VAMI
Phone u. JOS-MIL
tat H Street N. W.
rmHAOE. PACKING AND BHrPTTNa.
BEE ME for best prices and satisfactory serv
ice. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AMD EX-
press, ins ;u t. n. w. t
FREE MOVINO FOR
STORAGE.. N. IMI OB
IZ g SL. NIGHT rilOVB N im.
CLEAN. dr7 storage tor furniture and pluos.
Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'B.
IM Pa. ave N W. Phone Main Ug.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE.
UNITED STATES STORAOB CO.
Rooms. S2 GO and up. Moving. Packing,
Phone Main CM ll-0 lath st. N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
PENDANT and pin. pin, pearl purrountled
iiv riis.rnar.di. Ith iearl pearsnapeo.
April 2 at th (Cathedral. Tennallton road
lea houe. Itek Creek Park or lh Curloallr
Shop. Alexandria. Va. IJleral reard If re-
lurneti t ln isnnrenam iiniei onir
BROOCH Pearl eapphlre circle. Sunday.
Drotmbly at Zoo. JO turn Apart. w
Brighton Apt. Liberal reward
SUIT CASE Leather, con La In In c two aulta of
clot hint, about 12 m. "April Z, tetneen Will
ard Hotel and Union Station. Reward If re
turned to T V T. MOTOR CORPORATION,
ian Conn are
HELP WANTED MALE
BOV with wheel NATIONAL SHOE RE-
PAIR CO., 413 11th st. X. vv
CLERKS Good fast penmen. Apply AIAJI-f
EXPRESS co jno ana Kye sts. : k.
W. H WHITING. Timekeeper.
COUNTER MEN Experienced, at
ItKNO LUiUll, St I'a. ave
DISH WASHERS Three wanted at once.
WHITE PAIACE 1.U.M.M, 111, U St. . W.
DRIVERS Six colored, for furniture wagons,
and eight helpers; must be experienced;
bring refs. 1 11th st . after 5 p. m
III II III HI II HI 1 1 1IIIH
For Freight Wagons.
Must know the city. Good
wages for good men.
:: Merchants' Transfer & J
ELEVATOR BOTS-Apply W. D. MOSES &
LEVATOR BOT-Apply ROTDON APT.,
161 K st N. W.
FARM HAND 81ngle man for permanent po
sition on small farm; good wages If satis
factory. Apply Immediately. HOMER
JACKSON, cor. 14th and R N. W
HOTEL COOKS and M altera: colored, for
out of city. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY,
12th and Pa. ave
HOTEL help for all departments. BURGESS
HOTEL AGEXCT. Un 10th
HOTEL COOKS, kitchen and oystermen: col.
ored: Atlantic City. DICK'S HOTEL
AGENCY, lah and Pa ave
LABORERS-Colorad. to load, wheel, scoop:
also two middle aged or olderscolored men
.- .,. . . - .. m m ... .
iv urm. nu(. tr.ni. .v i-iicTj ..iiase. Apiy
rULTON n. CORDON. 117-lt Colorado bldg.
MAN for day fireman and to attend to lawns.
Apply ivjommt apt.
HELP WANTED MALE
SIAS-Reliable colored, for general work.
Apply W. R. SIMPSON'. 1Q Meridian pi.
MAN, white, who. it hot afraid of work.
Apply im T. m n. w.
PORTER, colored, to work In wholesale
liquor store. Apply at once. :157 K it.
PORTERS, colored, experienced.
M. A. HANNON. Munscy building.
PRESSER-Good. honest, on gent's clothes.
I.LM .1. fjV ,
PRESSER-Flrst-class, at once. Apply H
TRUCKERS Warehouse, white; steady
employment: chanr. tnr rfvanr?nimt-
re per hour. Apply w. H. WHITINO, Adams
express. ;nq ana l sts. N. E
WAITERS Apply HOTEL, LOGAN, Iowa
WANTED Colored men wishing positions
as sleeping car porter or train porter on
Northern or Southern. roads, write for full
Information; no experience necessary;
must be between it and JS jears old and
S,inJn reference. INTER RAILWAY
DEPT. (17.). Indlananolli Ind.
YOUNG MAN with ability to
sell. COHEN- & HUGHES,
Victrolas, 1221FJt. N. W.
APPRENTICES to learn French dresscut
tins, dressmaking, designing", and milli
nery; rood positions furnished after learn
ing. New York Millinery Academy, I1H
O st. '
FINISHERS on coat.; three girls.
8TEIN Si CO . til Uth St. N. W.
PERMANENT positions for reflned young
women between 11 and .U years of age:
height t ft. 4 la,, th grade education, to
learn telephone operating. Apply between I
a. m. and C p. m.-daflr. The TELETHONS
school. ?a an at. n. w.. room a.
Male or -Female.
YOUNQ MEN WANTED-Government Rail
way Mall Clerks. ITy month: sample exam
Inatlon questions free. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE. Dept. 41-D. Rochester. N. T.
COOK First class, private family: -club or
small hotel. Call or write sll E at. N. E.
HUNTER'S bedbug exterminator; a Urge
can, 3e, with sprayer: known everywhere;
will not stain bed clothing or wall paper:
guaranteed to do the work or money returned.
Phone M. SKI, or drop postal to 111 Pa. ave.
j. w. floor mi, loc gat.
VACUUM CLEANING. 15 PER DAY
With expert operator: hand or electrt
cleaners for rent: XJA per day.
NATL VACUUM 8AI.E8 CO..
MAIN tia. Itb AND D STS N. W
Let ns estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning
and floor polishing: vacuum cleaners for
sale and rent: all popular makes. SANITARY
msTHOPB co.. ing ntn. w. na
FISHING TACKLE. BASEBALL AND TEN
NIS GOODS: BICYCLES AKD SUPPLIES.
MAXWELL'S. KM 7TII ST. 8. W. .
Soda Fountain Supplies.
THERE IS MONEY In soda water We carry
over 2S fountalus In stock, new or second
hand, which we wlU sell on liberal terms; also
everytning on supplies requirea d? aispensers
of soda water. BURCH KLEPS, INa, U0
Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main I0
Mattresses and Box Springs.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED and
11X0: prompt attention to suburban order.
caplioi inovaung km., ai u st. pw.
Good analltr ouaoua. Best artautr aa
attedtoyour 45c opaque: buna AOC
window " free 'vwv
We can with samples; Ph. Ltaa.
K L E E B LA T T ' S srS. 'f
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
FORD CARS. 41.00 and 4L.S PER HOUR.
Special rates for trips. "Careful white chauf
feurs. Phone Lincoln 35.
S O. PECK.
CENTRAL TAXI 8ERVICJB.
Phone Lincoln 41.
Mo, 10 blocks: Tic. city proper: SL2 per sesr.
shopping: I1.M per hour, touring. All high
grade, new cars. 24-hour aervlce.
11.3 IM per hour: Chevrolet A Ford Cars.
Get Rates for Trios.
Phone Day or Night. L. 144.
T A Y I SERVICE. Trips,
I nAl Br tha hour. tlJS
By the hour, S1JS and ILK.
Call West 44 Day and NlghL
MAIN fifi-4 AUBURN AND OAK
lUttlll uu-t T,AND TOURING CARS.
12 pr hour. Careful chauffeurs
Sample Blowout Repair, 41; tube patch Urn
op. OlBSONTg H St. N.JW.
FOR SATE GAKAUtS
BEFORE pUcInr order. ct my price and
other information; 10x14 and tarcer; all
ateel and portable. Drop card, ALBERT
BURRUPS. 4711 Renrofr are. N. W.
MASTER MIND OP PSVCItlCS.
Clalnojance and ralmlstry Adtlce on an
alXalra of life. Including business and specu
lation. If alTalra of the heart or emotions of
loe Interest ou. Uon't fall to tlslt lilra. KO-
10 KENOIH HL.IMJ . 11T1I AU ti N. W.
PROF MOXIE Pa'""''!. 1st floor. J10 N
rHVjr.mUftlurilt nJ. Headings,
SOc and II. satisfaction or no tnarxe
,MRS. KENELRY JSln"fe
Above Lib.; true prediction, clear sight.
Mme. Delmain ?t
hat you want to knn Test. lor. I.lfe
reading. He, It a.m.- p.m. 1 7th N. W.
PBE-EMINENTLT THE GREATEST ' OF
ALL'CLAIRVOVANTS. LIKE READER
AND ADVISER. .
BEES EVERY ONE-NONH SLIGHTED.
1125 14th St. N. W.
MME. DE VANNfer. ,,
11 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Hundae. 3 to 9 pm.
MME. KARTO "'"" ',
card Reader. Ad vies
on all affairs of life. KM G at nw. Read . 60c.
MME. FIELD Vfb'" "" consult her
'" "-'-'-' jou consult th. best.
Reunites separated l;;c 7lh N. W.
PROF. D. B. BRUCE
THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Can bo consulted on all arTalra. I21A Wal
ter place S. E. Hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m..
Sundas, frpm ; o 7 p. in Ph Line. 1721.
Prnf Wriulll pImlst and Clairvoyant,
Readings Dally. Satisfaction guar., open vas.
MRS. GAYER S,"",Mt c,lr, Resder.nd
UJ. "" " cialrvojant. He.diues.
ciuaio. ii a v. m. 7UZ-J.
READINGS. CO CENTS AND '.LOO.
Ih ST. NW.
MRS. MAMIE STEVES SSgajS1,
Readings dally; stances Tues. A Thurs. are.
t p. m.: rrt. I p. m. L. Mil, lu N. J. ay, a.
present, future; gltrs names, advice on busl
nrss, lawsuits, love, home, separations,
changes, health, etc ; seancea Wed. & gun.
.vena I n m. 908 Eye N. W. Ph M sOM
line ROTH 'rttual Medium. Se.
MIOfRUin BncM rutm 4 Thurs.,
ere.: readings dally. 1030 ttb nw., above Lib.
Mrc Saiinnerc, KS nth st. N. w.. Spirit-
ld.nr. Meetings Sun.. Wed., and Krl. even.
MRS. H. M. NOLAN $&8-
Raadlng s dally; spiritual services Sunday an
lliura. ctcn's. lit Ctb st.-N. u. U at. cor.
FOR RENT ROOMS
tin ST, N. W.. 40 Nicely furnished front
room for two. 11.50 and II per week; House
keeping room. H. 4M 4th st. N. W.
II ST. N. W.. Front room, with kites
en. nest bath: 1. h k.
Q ST. N. W 409Two rooms, light house
keeping: 111 a month; also other rooms.
M ST N. W.. Kl Two furnished rooms for
urnt housekeeping: water In rooms.
I8th ST. N. W., lS17-Furnshed rooms In
Jewish family; large front rooms; board
IDEAL APART. CO.. IKS Pa. ave. Store and
living: rooms on Avenue? all conveniences.
S3 per month; single room. sl.75 weel
Q1tr Dn . ... ... .- .
.... oa. . w sus iMceiy lur. nrarai,
with board; strictly home cooking; suit
able for 2, tatle board; 7 o'clock break
fast. Hth ST. S. W.. Ml Attractive second-floor:
private family: reasonable: transients ac-
WANTED Three furnished rooms, bath and
kitchen tor I. b. k.; central location pre
ferred: must ha fnnri.rat- Arirfma ROV ?1S.
IMNK WE BUY ALL KINDS OF
JUlm WASTE PAPER. ETC M.XII.
TUB ALBANY JUN'K'CO.. Ml MD. ave. sw.
CASH prices paid for worn dothlsg. either
ladles' or men's; send postal; will call. B.
TARSHE3. US 7th st. nw. Jcon North 4M.
WE pay cash for all kinds of paper, rags.
Junk, etc Call TOUUr LOWS, 1 Q
St. N. W. M. 1(11.
WE PAY best prices for waste paper, .rags,
old tires, etc. Drop postal or1 phone North
X. ORIGINAL AMERICAN JUNK CO..
M O St. N. W.
WE PAT UNION PRICES for all kinds of
second-hand furniture. II. WE1SENBERO,
..ve. .. wv. jra, 4. ).,
HIOHEST cash prices for old clothes, shoes.
etc: will call In unlettered auto, singer's
Old Stand. 1121 7th St. N. W. N. 7201.
WANTED M0 feather beds at once br the
CHICAGO FEATHER CO.. KO tth St. N. W
Ph. M. UU. Best Prices Paid.
A. L. -DORSET, rear 1 H St. N. V. M wet
WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell Tmt
goods to the man who gives the most mjosr
See HOPWOOD. tth and g. '.
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, eta.
Phone M. 1st- for wagon, or have us oau.
-WESCHLER'S.',' 120 Pa. are. N. W. 11
1HlirnnndvBU,,c Violet Ray TreaUnenU.
l-'11,rouuuJ' Facial and Scalp. Halrdreast
Ing and Manicuring. Louise Maler, tot Kenola
bldg., 11th and O ata. Pb. M. Oi. Open Sun.
AMY ELLIS Manicuring and Scalp
tt(U x cLl-U Treatment. 71S 11th st.
N. W., apartment 2. OPEN BUNDAYB.
MRS. ANDERSON JJ V.?ft5-
Manicuring, scalp treatment, shampooing.
LULA RYON3" dressing, scalp
LUL" v-"'roent-hlgh freouanc
ropody. TO 12th at. N. W. Ph. M. net
MISS CAIN ""'"I"' s 8'pj-
Apart. 1. Phone Main 73."
MISS JAMERON ?U12J"'.
KIN-PO T,B,nt for liquor habit
rwn 1 v- giTtn In privacy of patient's
home; chargfa reasonable. Call N. Use
MIC.C; MnnRPExpert Manleuflna-.
....WW ..... r .
Marilda Williams "anicuring. radai
7W 11th N. W Apart. 21. M. llttT m
- ITIsl 'sMlH . a.
804 Seventeenth Street
flHSf Irt Vi rc' successful nraetie i tTMA
. JT eoT! dTonlc. Nervous
and special Diseases of Men and WomanV
Means Health to you if you Suffer
from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Consti
pation. Piles. Throat. Lungs. Brain, Heart.
Blood and Skin Diseases, Nervous Debility.
Kidney Diseases, BladAr Troubles. Speclsa
Blood Poisoning. Eruptions, Ulcers, and All
Private Diseases Cured for Ufa by Safe
COS, Bacteria Vaccines, and an tbs new aa
ruma and anll-toxlna administered.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
orrie hours; 10 to 1. t to 4: Sunday. 10 to 1L
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCIlAT R2FRIGEKATOR' COMPANT.
Bctrlcerators That Art Un equaled.
Ill F ST. N. W.
"T. TJbIW and Itpalr H-fr1crioTm.
FISHING TACKLE; ETC.
FISIIINO TACKLE, baseball and tennla
goods; bloclea A supplies. MAXWELL'S,
aHTlh w (Opp.Jth st.Jt. ILSta.
APARTM ENTS T0 "LET ""
1IJI OREGON AVE. N.
3 ROOMS AND RATH
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
COZT AND DESIRAULE.
WILCOX. IIANE CO, INC..
V ST .S W. PHONE MAIN S,
NO. HIS KAI.ORAMA ROAD N. W.
NEW MODERN COM PLKTE.
4 ANH i ROOMS HOUSEKEEPING.
RENT, 0 AND 450 PER MONTH
IMPURE OF RESIDENT MANAGER.
ON r REMISES. OR
WILCOX. HANK A CO.. INf.
!?? ST N. Y. PHONE MAIN XXi
17th and Church Sts. N. W.
Ready for oteunanevlnvlllnr rasarvatlnna.
Best cf location and most modem construo
tlon. All !arg-e outld room and try ap
lolctment and serMc.
- to 5 Rooms and Bath.
$28.50 to $60.00.
Early Reservation Will Command Preferred
J. N. KUTH, Mtrr.
PHONE NORTH 4J7L
BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed information concerning the following opportunities may be
secured free .of charge upon application to
BUREAU OF INFORMATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
LABOR. SOX MILLS. BUILDING.
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED: BL&W Free board. lodclns: and
washtne. Til Per month. PW Pur week. PD Per day. PH per hour
U&L Free board and lodging HOF&M Unfurnished house, garden fuel
and milk. ES English speaking. Exp Experienced. Tr. Adv. Transpor
tation may be advanced under favorable conditions.
Unless otherwise stated. It will be understood that all opportunities
are of a permanent nature, and th help Is desnred as soon as possible.
KAHM LAnull APPLICATIONS.
e-wk itit.Mir, in. One married man for
seneral farm work. Whit or colored. 4
.ii.iij ..pmlllMl t.t.TS I
COVfS. 1.XP. t..HUI" ,. ....-. . .
lid 77M Prince Gecrae Co. un marriea man
for seneral farm work. Any wnite r.3. ro
objection to couple of 'children. $10 PM and
boards emplojer. HQKAM. Hogs, feed for
chickens, potato pjtcn. etc.
14143 Fairfax Co. One eeneral handy man.
Any E3. Esp. Single, married ir not too
many children. WsgM to bo agreed upon.
H1JJ Fayette Co. Wanted: 40 common labor
ers for handling coal, ashes, bar Iron, ate.,
at 4J.50 PD: SO common laborer for ma
chin operator at KM PD: i bo roller
for I In. guide mill at 110 PD: 2 boss rollers
for 14 In. bar mill at 110 rD: 4 roughera, 4
finishers, t catchers, 4 heaters, 1 roll turner,
I master mechanic to take chars of mill.
Fhould be all around mechanic, eirxrlenced
In rollluc mil!
practice. Americana pre
ferrcd. 10 tua. I'D.
! PflR RCMT uniiQPQ
111 I st. N. E.. r b fur. heat....lll.ta
I7 Blair rd 7r h. w. h.: electric
ity; detached house: H sere ground 42.10
LOUIS. P. SHOEMAKER,
;; SOUTHERN RBUILDING.
j:o th st. N. W.. r. ana b.t US."
1!J6 G st. N. E Jr. and b.: h. w. h. 2I.S0
:12 B st. N. w.. garage and dwelling
above, f rooms...... J.. 10.00
1H4 Rlggs pL N. W Ir. and 2 baths.
.furnace beat 0.00
10 Indiana ave. N. W., lin, S baths,
furnace heat , 10.00
north of Brookland .' .. 10.00"
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER,
ROOM 220. SOUTHERN BLDO.
PHONE M. Illl,
Hit R st. N. W first floor, tr., bath.
..St." "' ,,7-5J
100 U st. N. W r.. bath.......... 22.50
1104 th st. N. W r bth..k... 10.S0
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, a
ROOM 220. SOUTHERN BLDO.
ftlo.VE TUAIX 1H.
EYE St. N. W., 1111 tr. b.. furnace beat.
u.M. ,7 Blair road, 7 rooms, h. w. n..
J'fctrlclty, deuched house, acre ground.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER,
W SOUTHERN BUILDING.
BIG HOME BARGAIN
708 G STREET N. E.
CONVENIENT TO UNION STATION,
POSTOFFICE. AND GOVERNMENT
New bouse, up to date and handsome tn
tvtry particular: containing six rooms, tile
bath, hot-water beat; front and back
porches; large let. 11x120; plenty room for
For Quick sale will sell for 11.040 less
.(lavn eX-BBKXea VstsHs
YOUR EARLT INSPECTION INVITED.
JAS. R. DUR1TY,
Ownar and Builder. 12 loth st. N. B.
1002 to 1006 EYE ST. N. E.
J rooms deep, hall to Kitchen, tiled bath.
hONwater heat, tnll.t an.l wash IrsTi tn
cellar, electrto lights, front and rear porches.
wrfc.1 AiflJ 1.IUMTKD AT JilUtlT.
jas. a nealon;
i Eve Bt. N. E.
BUY A HOME
WITH TOUR RENT.
By paying only :i.40 per month, which
Includes both Interest and monthly pay.
meat on principal.
Price, $2,350 '
Only One Left
s rooms and til bath: large porches:
near Lincoln Park.
Open DAILY and SUNDAT Until t p. m.
No. 1533 CSt. S. E.
Convenient to navy yard and Pa. ave. ears.
RANDALL H. HAGNER & CO.
124? Conn. Ave. N. W. Fhon North 4 HI.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Thirteen acres, more er less, good land.
half of which Is In timber. Practically new
frame dwellings. 14 by M; four rooms ana
ball: cellar under entire building: garage and
poultry house; situated on macadan road.11-4
miles from Clifton Station. Va.
PRICE, $ 1,700
POSSESSION .IMMEDIATELY. TNdtnRE
C. BEELER. Clifton Station. Va.
NO. 30; brick houae, -tVeit Ball it on, Va.;
front and back porcha; one block
from car: price, 13S00; cash. $:&; term,
125 per month
No. 1. Splendldlr located alx-room and
hath. gaa. chicken house. beautiful
around, nice tardjn plot; near electric
ears: price, I?,i00; imj.II caah payment.;
balance to eult.
No. 22. Seren rooms, two halts, bath,
attic, front. and side porch ei. ra. chicken
house, marnlilcent garden apace, conrenl
ent to electric cars. eieellmt-.cart.servlee;
small cash payment, balance like rent, or
will make sacrifice price to food, reliable
No. S. Slx-mom. bath, electric Usrhts.
jcai: Congress Helxhts; price, I?,f50; J 100
cash, balance $21.00 month.
O. B. ZANTZINGER.
a yew Tork Av. N. T7.
BDT AND PAT FOR TOUR HOME
with EGOS. CHICKENS and VEGETABLES
RAISED ON 1T-IN SMALL MONTHLT
V AND 130 CASH.
AND fU PER MONTH. LNC. INTEREST.
Plain, neat I and i-room cottages: gas and
large grounds; 1 car fare. Just In Maryland
Una on KM h st. N..E-. near Rhod Island av.
Only plain, sensible people need apply.
These are not "up-to-date" "Society" villas.
Justcomfortabl home for hard-working,
honest people wanting a bomt that they can
pay for rather than an auto.
Write or Phone to J. C. ROGERS. Ownar,
HvatuvUle, Md., Ph. Uyattsvllle M-W.
BEAUTIFUL corner, with 1-1 acre land In
northwest suburbs; an unusual opportu
nity. Only $3,750.
PERCY 11. RUSSELL CO., th and N. T.
ave n. w
The "High Cost of Living"
Think of the profits and Joys to be found In
raising your own chickens, vegetables, flow
ers. etc.. of being and living close to Nature
and et In proximity to th comforts and con
venience ox ine cuy.
I HAVE SOME GOOD BUILDING LOTS
on a Ec street car fare: I tickets, :5c: ft min
utes' walk to care. high, healthy, fine water,
electrto lights, concrete walks, churches,
schools, store; from ISO up. on easy monthly
terms. it will pay jou well to Investigate
this property. Address BOX 444. Times offlc.
BKAUTlVUI. PLACE. 7 nillra south from
Washlnxton. fine roads, all niodrm conrsn-
lencea: on houst large and furnished. othr
smaller, unfurnished. BOX 279, Times office.
SEVEN ROOM house, at Rlterdale. Md,
with Z arres jrmund. stable, electric
llchts. furnace heat: 10 minutes walk from
electric or steam cars. Address oivxkf)
Btx. r7. Times office.
District of Columbia.
lSll4-On. woman for general hoD,eVork
rooking, viashlng and Ironing. PrefeiTrol
ored. Will take white. ( f.nT,,. ,,
I'M. stay or gu home at night """') "
1407-One single on.in for launder ,r.A
nous cleanlnx. 43 I'W. w
is,, on single
woman for general house.
vork. JIj ra.
14660 tine single woman for
,."?!r. "I'". "y at night. 4 In family
14oo5-One single woman for general houi.
work ' In famllv ra m. n" nous.
143 On soman for cooklnir w..ht-
SSi","" ,J0 rM' eo hom Sir iS
STilsl. EKM L.?f '"?' V?n "r cook.
nlaht. J in r.mllv " ' ' at
1WI One alngle woman or widow fun .wi
dren) for general housework; German An."
trlan French. sede. si,. AroScai !
lSSS-IMnc George' Co. One single woman
.f."?,d.cin,tnK.n' 4 children. White.
415 FM. Good borne. No laundry
100C4 Montgomery Co. One married or single
woman for cooking- and helping. Whits 41
..Hi1 J.nd hou"- No Tr- ul boura.
I33 Montgomery Co. One maid desired, ill
P. M. 4 in family.
IC0S7- Montgomery Co. On settled woman for
.rue,, .tuu.-nuri.. -,v lute. 4 in family. Sis
.'M..au at nLsM.
BAYNE-WALKER-Entered Into rest on
LIE p. BAYNE-WALkER. beloved'mother'
of Sadie Jenkins, Mrs. W. H. Fowler, Phll-
iip j. ana jutty Barnc.
.Funeral from her late residence, 14 I
streets southeast. Saturday. Ajjrll L at M
a. m. Solemn requiem mass at St. Josepa's
Church at I a. m. Friends and relatives are
SPEAR-On Tuesday. April 2. MIL at St.
Petersburg. FU Gen. ELLIS SPEAR, In
tne eighty-third year of his age.
Funeral services at Mt. Pleasant Congre
gational Church, on Saturday, "th Instant,
at 2 p. m. Interment at Arlington.
Boston and Maine papers please copy.)
TRODDEN-On Tuesday, April J. HIT, at :li
tv tn m9 1.1a - .Mna , ti.-.vt..
avenue northwest, THOMAS J. TRODDEN,
.5?e.r1 tnm u residence, tSarurday,
April 7, at a. m.; thence to Bt, Stephen's
p""!!; Church, where services will be
held. Relatives and friends Invited
(Notices for tfcfa Mlnmii memotmA at U
fE2 Ith vn or poetry. In. cms no-
rvJTTTw.lwl - uo lines. Ana u cea
fojMChJjne In excess of ten.1
,, u , UNDERTAKERS
Embalaera Fnneral Director
J. WILLIAM. LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND LTVEBT. i
.. ,. Pa. ats. N. W.
Tslschen u. Ug. WASHINQTOK. O. O.
O. B. JENKINS,
9 H 81 N. W. Main tilt.
, ULRICH & BURDETTE,
lflt Wlarnn.ln AT.. WllMH.
S. H. HINES & SON, INC,
1718 14t. gf North 1811.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
I4th SL North IL
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
1007.1011 KlebM. a., g, E. Llae. Hi.
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO,
J1C1 H BL N. E. Line. 4.
GEORGE W. WISE,
g8B M at. West Iia.
W W. DEAL & CO.,
-t H 8t. M. B. Line. 1444.
, HARRY M. PADGETT.
'7I0 nth Bf n. E. Line. 5f.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO..
1014 Manser,...-.-.- A.va. Main t410.
F. A. SPEARESONS,
-HOt H St. N. W. Main lOt,
. P. A. TALTAVULL,
. 13 7th 8L a-W. Main 18I.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
111 th 8L N. IV. Main 13H.
tth and H Sts. N. W. Main MT.
'JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
1014 M Bt N. W. West .
JAMES T. CLEMENTSVSONS,
1241Wlsconsln Are. West 804.
HERBERT P. NEVIUS.
Ht Kesr York Ats. Main W.
GEO. P. ZURHORSTS SONS. lae.
l East Capitol SL Line. 3T2.
W. R. SPEARE,
49 F BL Main 4210.4211.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
1117 10th St. N. W; North 47.
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT.
1001 ra. Atsl West 151 15M.
Of ertry dsacriotloo mpdsol urtoasw
. 14 F ST. N. tr.
Thomas J. and TUchKTucker, cirL.
Georr aid AdeU Worthlnrton. (lrl.
Harry and Ancle E- Sandj, clrl.
Leon and Sarah SeliU. hoy.
IL Glenn and Uarr L, Phelps, boy.
Lout and Anna Uatea. girl. N
Francla E. and Annie T. Ueloy, boy.
Flnley and Helen Loran. boy.
-Morton J. and Ernestine Luchs. girl.
James H. and Ruth L. Kojltouj. boy.
Anton and Stella Koenlc. boy.
James and Mary I la rrt ton, girl.
unanes ana Louie Hunter, ooy.
Walter F. and Bertha Hendricks, boy.
Calvin and Eliza, Goddard.'Klrl.
John AVK and Jeana Fisher, arlrl.
Sumptor and Lucy Embrey. rtrl.
Ehslann S. L. ahd Sarah Chopin, boy.
Fred C. and Frances Clark. airL.
Tbomas and Maud AVUls. boy.
Tederlck u. ana Irene A. Turner, ilru
Richard and Shirley Tollter. airl.
Robert A. and Pearl Smith, boy.
Georre and Beval Saunders, boy.
Ellsworth and Mario Pierce, clrl.
James and Lillian Monroe, girl.
Robert and Mary Lewis, girl.
Howard and Janle Jackson, airl.
John and Edna Cat hern. sjrl.
Richard S. and Sarah Cole. air!.
Robert and Marjraret Crawford, a-lrl.
Harry W. and Mary E. Beale, bo--
Frank Lesley Boykln and Fola Joyner,
or Ivor, va.
Johannes Nielsen and Kathrjn O. Rhodes,
both or Leesbunr. Va.
Frank A. Brockway and Esther Allen, both
of New York.
Althea Robinson and Mary M. Dyson, both
Charles J. Malnss. Norfolk, Va.. and Bertie
V Clark. Washington.
Alexander M. Lewta and Maude B. Stlnnette.
both of Newport News.
Isabel! Harris. 4T yrs., U Kth st. ne.
John Dolan. II )rs,. V. a. Soldiers' Horn
Henry A. Johnson. 43 yrs.. Emergency Hos.
Thomaa J. Trodden. U vts.. 10W N. H. ave.
Kllma Itosenfeldt. t t.. Children's Hos.
Cells S. Martin.-S3 yrs.. 1410 I st. nw.
Daniel B. Little, 74 yrs., Horn for Aged and
Eleanor G B. Walker. 43 yrs.. 411 I st. se.
John A. Wlneberger. 79 rs., 3414 Ca. ave. nw:
Lucy V Jones. 60 yrs.. 3313 ith st. ns
Infant of tilenn and Mary L. Phelps, 17 hrs..
4Bt fllir a,c am.
Henrietta Hall. CI yrs.. llomeonathlc Hoi
John Honesty. 44 yrs., Emergency Hos.
George Young. 73 yrs.. 1137 Half st. aw.
John Curry. M yre.. iMt and I ats. nw.
Anna Williams. SO yrs.. 1033 11th st. nw.
Julia Lels. 37 yrs.. WO 13th st. nw
MONEY' WANTED & TO LOAN
IF YOU are tn need of money In sums from
410 to 430 address P. O. Box 4, Rosslyn. V'a
nd 1 will help yon out.
SECOND TRUST LOANS
ARE OUR RPECIALTT.
LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
Write, call, er phoaa
Paul V. Mitchell & Co,
1411 a st. n. w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
On furniture and pianos In axuoonti ap
$15.-0 to $100.00 In W&ihltixtoa.
BOX 115, Times Office.
I40NET TO LOAN on real estate: lowest
ntas: nrlor nayment ijrlviien.- t..
..nis. TYLER A RUTHERFORD. 11T Uul.
MONEY TO LOAN ISO to KOO.tOo'oo D. a
real estate. Sevsral trust funds, H to 4 pa
sot. All transactions conducted wtia .
aaml'! consideration for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS A CO-
asurfc-rn Building. 1ST Utb at- N. tr
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Supervising
Architect's Office. Washington. D. C
Msrch S7. 1U7. SEALED PROPOSALS
will be opened In this ofiir at J p. m,
April 17. 1917. (or steel shelving, etc. In
the building. Interior Department Offices.
Washington, D. t. In accordance wltn
drawings and specifications, copies of
which may be had at this offjc l.i the dis
cretion of the Supervising Arcnltect. JAS.
A WUTMORE, Acting supervising Architect.
DR. WACDO, A a
B. S. Cor. 14th & Toil SU. N.HT.
Pbon. N. 4117.
Lecture ea Oriental Psychological
Th first of a course of SEVEN LECTURES
will b given by Dr. A. de Barak this eren
log (Thursday), at t o'clocV. at lttl Rhode
Island are. Th Vajmetlcand Odto fluids as
vehicles of the' transmission of thought.
Bteraoptlcon Illustrations. PubUe tnTlted.
FOR SALE HISCELUNEOUS
MR.' LOT OWNER
The material from all the build-
intrs south -of M SL bet. 2d and 4th
S. E 'which are now beinjr torn
The fixtures and Darts must be
SOLD AT ONCE including
Heating Plants, Latrobes, Ranges,
Doors, Sashes, Window Frames, Tin.
All kinds metal, Piping, Lumber, etc
See MR. MYERS
Ph. L. 4121
HBirds, Per Animals, -H-rt
;: and Aguarium ;
! IlRISH BETTERS. 8PAN1SHPOODT, TS. '. '.
I ; OOT.T.TKa, FOX-TERRIERS. RABBITS. '
GUINEA FIGS., BANTAife, S1NGINO. .
"CANARIES. PARROTS, GOLDFISH,;;
AND AQUARIUMS. ,
ilsCHMID'S BIRD STORE,:!
Phone Main '2491, '
I 712 12th SL N. W.
FT. MOTOR LAUNCH Hartford motor:
In best of condition. IXL At .BAXLET'S
BOAT HOUSE. 11th St. S. BL
GOOD work hors.
Call after 4 p. m.
Rear (SH M n w.
RPrflUTll Victor, Columbia. oonsBt,
mUim .K tfn YM
TA1CA BTTlnlin I.1BB1RT. 4S4U ttk N. W,
Cenrad H. Syme and James Francis)
Df THE SUPREME CODKT OT THE" DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA. Koldlnr . District
Court. IN RE: Widening- of Shod Island
avenue, between Sootn Daxota avenn ana
th District of Colombia-boundary line, is in
District of Colombia, District Court No. 133.
Notice la hereby given that th Commission
ers of the District et Colombia (pursuant to a
certain provision of th Act of Congress, ap
proved March 4th. UU. entitled "An .Act
making; appropriations for tbe expenses of the
Government of tn District of Columbia for
th Ureal nar ending- June thirtieth, nineteen
hundred and fourteen, and for other pur
poses," whereby they are authorised, to .open.
xtend or widen any street, avenue, road or
highway ts conform with th plan of th per
manent system of highways In that portion of
th District of Columbia outside of tbe cities
of Washington and. Georgetown adopted tinder
the Act of Congress approved March 3d. 1J3J,
as amended by the Act of Congress approved
June 2Stn. 1SX. by condemnation under th
provision of sub-chapter one of chapter fif
teen or tn cod ox uv or in uwrici
Columbia), bar filed a petition. praylBc th
condemnation for th widening- of, Rhode
Island avenue, between South Dakota avenue
and lite District of Columbia boundary line.
In the District of Columbia, according to th
plan of the permanent system of blglmysT
outside -of tbe limits of Washington and
Georgetown, as shown on putts or maps flledT
with the said original petition, aa part there
of, and praying also that a Jury of flv
judicious, experienced, disinterested men.'who
shall be freeholder within the District of Co
lumbia, not related to any person interested
In this proceeding, and not tn th service or
employment of th District of Columbia, or ot .
the United 8tstes. be summoned by th
United States marshal for th District- of Co
lumbia to womem tbe damages each owner of
land to be taken may sustain by reason of
the said widening of Rhode Island avenue, aa
aforesaid. In the District of Columbia, and
the condemnation of th land necessary tor
the purposes thereof, and to assess as bene
fit resulting therefrom th entire amount of
said damage, Including: the expenses of tbla
proceeding upon any lands which the Jury
may find will be benefited, a provided for tn
and by tbe aforesaid Act of Congress. It Is.
by the Court, this Thirty-first day of March.
A. D. 1J1. ORDERED. That alt persons hav
ing any Interest In this proceeding be. and
ihv are hereby warned and commanded to
appear In this Court on or before the Ilth day
of April, A. D. UI7. at ten o'clock a. m.,. and
conUnue In attendance until th Court ahali
bare made Ita final order ratifying and con
firming tbe award of damages and tbe assess
ment of benefits ot tbe Jury to b empaneled
and awom herein: and It la further OR'
DERED. That a copy of this notice and order
be published twice a week for three succeix
slve weeks In tbe Washington Evening Star.
The Washington Times and the Washington
Post, newspapers published In th said Dis
trict, commencing at least twenty daya before
th said 31th day of April, A. D. 117 It Is
further ORDERED. That a copy of thla no
tice and order be served by tbe United State
marshal, or bis deputies, upon each ot tbe
owners of the fee of the land to b con
demned herein, and upon tenants and occu.
pants of tbe same, as may be found by th
said marshal, or his deputies, within th
District oCColumbla before the said 34th day
of April. A. D. U17. By the Court: WAL--TER
1. McCOT. Justice. (Seal). A true copy.
Test: J. R. YOUNG. Cleric By F. E. CUN
NINOHAM. Asst. Clerk.
Conrad II. Syme and James Francla
IV TtR- The condemnation of lets IK. IN.
and the south bait ot lot 107. tbe south halt
of lot 114. lota IMv-HI. the north 1 1-1 feet ot
lot 1C4. and the. north 1 1-3 feet of lot 1. la
square 274, In- the District of Columbia, for
additional ground adjoining the Garrison
School. District Court No. 1739. Upon con
sideration of tbe petition of the Commission
ers of the District of Columbia, filed In the
above entitled cause, and on motion of coun
sel for the said Commissioners. It Is. by the.
Court, this thirty-first day of March. A. D.
1J17. ORDERED. That the Clerk of the
Court Issue a citation to Julius Hertxberg.
residing at :itl ISth street northwest. Wash
ington. D. C. to appear in thla Court on tb
sixteenth day of April. A. D. 1317, at ten
o'clock a. m.. to answer tbe said petition
and to show cause why tbe prayers thereof
should not be granted, and why the land,
mor particularly described In tbe petition
ftid h.r-ln. should not be condemned for ad.
dltlonal ground adjoining tbe Garrison School.
It ts further ORDERED. That a copy ot said
citation be served by the United State mar
shal for tbe District of Columbia upon such
owners of tbe land sought to be condemned
herein, and such persons Interested therein,
as may be found by tbe said marshal, or hie
deputies, within tbe District ot Columbia:
and It Is further ORDERED. That all person
having an Interest In these proceedings be.
and tbey are hereby warned and required to
appear In this Court on or before tbe said
Sixteenth day ot April. A. D. 1117, to answer
in said netttlon and to continue In attend.
ance until the Court shall have made Its final
order, ratifying and confirming the award
and report of the Commissioners to be ap
pointed by th Court to appraise tbe value
of the respective Interests of all persons con
cemed In tbe land and premises mentioned
and described In tbe aforesaldr-petltlon: and It
la further ORDERED. That, copy or thla or
der be published once In the Washington Law
Reporter, and twice a week for two succes
sive weeks In tbe Washington Evening- star.
Tbe Washington Times and the Washington
Herald, newspapers published In the said
District, before, the said Sixteenth day of
April, A. D. 1J17. By th Court: WALTER,
1 kf -fi Tnatliu t i i .
R. YOUNt?. Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM.
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