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n THE WASHINGTON TEMES.' THUBSDAY: APRIL 19? 1917. -sp v' 'ymzsi&'iw'yy'--?- HAPPENINGS IN THE CAPITAL'S SDBDRBS V Alexandrians Show Interest in Garden Movement and Good Results Are Expected. ALEXANDRIA, April ID. Interest is manifest in the cultivation of back yard gardens here. Applications for use of land donated are coming- in. dealers announces monster sales of seeds, and the indications are that those who have never planted gar dens before will have them this sea son. The women, as well as men and school children, have become active, and good results seem assured. Judge J. M. Norton said today there would be no lack of free garden plots for all who wish them. Free fer tilizer also is being offered by one firm. As a further means of Increasing the food supply in this section a meet- Ins was held at the residence of George D. Hopkins last night, wsen it was decided to undertake to set apart twenty-five or more acres ton which to raise potatoes. Those inter ested in the venture are A. H. Bryant, G. U Boothe, E. U Daingerfleld, Car roll Pierce, George E. Warfleld, George D. Hopkins, Robert S. Jones. R. L. Payne, Harry Hammond, J. II. Duncan, and W.A- Smoot, Jr. Suits for divorce have been institut ed In the corporation court by Laura L. Chllds against Leroy D. Childs, and by Minerva F. Grows against Joseph H. Grows. The Retail Merchants' 'Association held Us annual election of officers last night. S. W. Pitts was chosen presl dent; Leake Dinwiddle, vice president. and R, B. Washington, secretary and treasurer. R. E. Knight, J. E. Schwarx mann and R. B. Washington were elected delegates to the State conven tion to "be held lrPetersbuxg- In June. Pinal decrees of divorce have been granted in the corporation court on the ground of desertion to Rosa Gold smith Rosenburg from David Kosen burg; Fannie Kabansky from Herman Kabansky. and Helen L. Bickers from Thomas M. Bickers. The sum of $1,887.28 was contrib uted by the residents of this city for the relief of the Armenians and Syrians In Europe from October 1, IBIS, to. March 1 of this year, .accord ing to the report Just received here from the relief committee in New York- Tomorrow has been named as a "Patriotic Rally Day for Planting" in this State by Governor Stuart. He asks that every effort be made to or ganize and enlist the school children throughout the State in planting vegetables. NEWS AT ROCKVILLE Work of Reassessing Real Estate In County Near Completion. The work of reassessing all real state in Montgomery county Is near- ing completion, and the county com missioners tomorrow will begin hear ing appeals from the action of the tssessors. The commissioners first irlll take up Colesville district. The new assessments show an .average Increase of 43 per cent In this district. Miss Martha Era Wheeler, daugh ter of Mr- and Mrs. Benjamin Wheel tr. of Silver Spring, and William A! fred Marlow, of Colesville. were mar ried last evening in St. Mark's Epis copal Church, near Fairland, by the rector, the Rev. Dr. Saunders. Miss1 Dorothy C. Cornelius, thirty years old. and Delaware D. Dockety, thirty, both of Washington, were mar ried in Rockville by the Rev. Samuel R. White, of the Baptist Church. Z. M. Waters, Jr., and Thomas A. larnsley have been appointed by tha -.ounty commissioners assistant tax assessors for Clarksburg and Olney districts, respectively. NEWS AT ANACOSTIA Miss Estelle W. Meese Heads Epis copal Home for Children. Miss Ertelle W. Meese yesterday wiu installed as the new nuecrln- tendcnt of the Episcopal Home for Children, to succeed Miss Frances Davenpoit. who has been niatmn of the lr.ft:tutlon for a number of years. Miss'Msese comes from Bryn llt'ri College, being, a graduate nurse from the Sheltering Arms Institution or ' Philadelphia, where she studied for five years. She also engaged In pub lic nursing In New York city for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. James Carter entr talned at 500 at their home In ML View place last night. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Green, Mr and Mrs.. James W. Marbury, Mrs. Thomas G. Simpson, Mrs. Marie Con nick, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Tolson. Funeral services for Joseph Webb, on of Mr and Mrs. William H. Webb, were held yesterday at the residence, 1312 W street. The body was taken to St. Teresa's Church, where re quiem mass was said, and interment was made In Sit. Olivet Cerqetery. NEWS AT HYATTSVILLE Two Hundred Firemen Pledge Al legiance to Constitution and Flag. About 200 volunteer flremen of this and surrounding towns last night pledged allegiance to the Constitution of the United States, the constitution of the State of Maryland, and the American flag. The oath was adminis tered by Fire Chief Edward Keegin, a veteran of the Spanish-American war. The occasion was the closing of the smoker and entertainment given by the fire- departments of Bowie. Laurel, Seat Pleasant. Capitol Heights, Silver Spring, and Hyatts vllle, in honor of the visit of Russell Smith, president of the Maryland State Volunteer Firemen's Associa tion; Capt. A. F. Farrell, of Laurel, former president of the State associa tion, was toastmaster. The -program included musical numbers and ad dresses by representatives of the de partments present. The mayor and common council, at a special meeting last night, named tomorrow night as the time for hold ing the municipal nominating conven tions. The meeting for the nomina tion of mayor will be held in the mu nicipal hall, followed by ward meet--Ings In various rooms of the" town buildings, where the various candi dates for council will be. nominated. Judges and clerks to conduct the elec tion on May 7. and the polling places, were named as follows: First ward Judges, Alexander Sakers, Ernest Gasch. and Lemuel L. Gray; clerks. J. Moses Edlayitch and A. Eugene Durgess; polling place, office of L. L. Gray & Co. Second ward Judges. John Gibson, Dr. Robert B. Johnstone, and John C Brooke; clerks, Charles RESORTS ALASKA Efiawy " v R?TW -. For " particular, eatt or write U tsfk? ? about Tour - ! f W i?9Bi PHELPS city Passenger Agent. A f Jmifl , Canadian Pacific Railway esfe E (r-yVJM Tt Mil I" I4Ia N"r York ""- Waahlnrton. &-fleaaW l f BBryTsWl' F- It- PERRV, General Arent, Fatten- Z PJB.I 1 V r lieHNHi srml er Dept tt-JW2j i Y TM la.- -ITIBl . 1231 Broadway. New Tork City. idlSvfBml Tr-JpSfef4'Egyl X v Sft-seSHPSiaH yniMBs53u2?a i&4fg4mwEIM Tildwood. N. J. WILDWOOD BY-THE-SEA For Tour Summer Vacation. Booklet. J. Whltesell. City Clerk. Wlldwood.NJ. Pen Mcr. FOR RENT Mt. Royal Inn, Pen Mar Park. Pa. Suitable to accommodate 40 boarders, well and beautifully located: unfurnished alio; Pine Hurst Cottage: furnished and well located. VICTOR H. MYERS, Waynesboro, Pa. EDUCATIONAL LEARN LANGUAGES AT THE Berlitz School SIS Uth STREET N. W. TELEPHONE MAIN S217. STEAMSHIPS DELIGHTFUL WEEK-END TRIPS -To Old Point Comfort Special tickets Including stateroom and accommodations at famous Chamberlin Hotel BTew Coif Coarse "Vow Open) Cltr Ticket Office, 731 15th St. 2V.W. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. HOTELS HOTEL JUDSON S3 WaablnrtoR Square South NEW TORK Kenned With Economy. PSclna beautiful Waihlnston Square. Convenient to all stores, tbeatera. points of Interest, railroad and steamship Unas. Entirely screened throughout. Cool and comfortable. AMERICAN PLAN EUROPBS.N PLAN WITH MEALS. WITHOUT MEAI WITH ItUN.MXO WATEIt. CM per day & up.I 11.00 per day A. up.l 4.0ft per day A up.Z 1.S0 per day & up.2 H.00 perweeViup.l S.50 per weeks: up.l tt.OO per week 4 up.I J per ek& up.J WITH PRIVATE OATH. tS.M per day & up.l tIJO per day & up.l 6.00 per day up.2 2.00 per day & up.2 17.00 per week 4 up.l t.OO per week & up.l H00 per week up.2 11.00 per week A up.2 Sultea or eonnectlnr rooms at reaaonabls rates. Hotel's personal represenutlx win meet ruests at Railroad Station or Steam snip Piers If deslrad. (No chars; for this service) WRITE FOR BOOKLET AND MAP OF CITY. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE MOVING iiggi&Sff" Phons It. ms-onL KREIG'S EXPRESS. 1224 H Strut N. W. STORAOB. PACK1NO AND BBrPTTNa. I-RKK MOtlNO FOR STORAGE.. N. SStS OB N. SSM. SMITH'S TRANSFER STORAGE CO. tits St.. NionT Piinxr. n st. BAFETT FIRST " ABSOLtJTELT FIREPROOF" STORAOa UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. Rooms. 22 00 and up. Moving, Packing. Tlon Ualn rs ,1-I mm mi. j. n ess ME for best prices and satisfactory sarr. lea. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND EX- PRESS. 1H JOi st. N. W. 1 CLEAN, dry atorara for furniture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully g1 en. WESCHLEH'S, tCT Pa. av. N. W. Phone Main MX2. LOST AND FOUND POCKETBOOK Blue leather; on car between Columbia road and Vermont av.. Wedneaday night. S-1S o'clock. Return to Tlroea office FOX TERRIER Wire hatred, white, with brown markings on head. Reward If re- turned to 2022 Hlllyer place N. W. PEARL NECKLACE Reward to person re turning it to JANET lUGLET, Depot Quar termaster's Office, city. LARGE CAMEO PIN. White head on black background, surround ed with pearls lommunlcaie witn Apart. llf TUB OONtxintl BOSTON BRINDLE BULL DOO-Brown. whits breast: Ui No. tCJ. Reward, (27 M st. S. W. ?M Robinson and Herbert Moffat; polling place, office of the Hyattsvllle Inde pendent. Third ward Judges, Walter S. Dutton, A. G. Stevens, and V. V. McNeil; clerks, Dallas Ervin and Ar thur Gambrlll; polling place, munlck. pal building. The council named T. Carroll Grant as auditor of the books of Town Treasurer William A. Shep herd. RESORTS The Giant of Romance! Undo Sim'i mightiest prodigy; magnificent with fjords, riv ers, forests, lakes; set against lSmWWimmTfm snow - rinsed mountains and glittering gliders; Totem Poles, Indian Villages Gold Mines, Romance, Furs NewworiderseverysteponthelOOOm'ileNorthward , journey through the sheltered "inside.route" to the Land of the Midnight' Sun by the Trim, Splendidly Appointed CinidianPacifrC'trincess'Liners including the S. S. "Princess Charlotte" OTSTAND FOUND GOLD 'WATCH Open-face: small: monogram K. E. B.: valued aa eift: lost Tuesday. Anrll 17. between 2CS E. Capitol at. and Brent school. Srd and D 8. E. Reward to either of above addresses. D? PERSON picking up purple feather boa at jewelled comb counter In Palala Royal Thursday morning will return same to Sli ism at. N. tv reward will be glvfn. SUNBURST BROOCH with to pearls and one diamond, near the corner of 11th and Flor ida ;e. N. E. Very liberal reward If re turned to D. HOPWOOD. HOT Florida ave. na. LOST Whita win haired fox terrier; black eyes and ears; tag 7.10S. Return 3C2 R n. w.; reward. 25. HELP WANTED MALE BOY White, for drug store. Apply iX M at. N. W. r BOT White, to run errands. THOMPSON'S DRUG STORK. TU3 Uth st. N. W. BOYS Two; must have wheel. Apply HI L-t. N. W. CHAUFFEUR-MECHANIC with refaaenca; at once; wnlta or colored; no-drunks need apply. L. JULRON AUTO CO., rear 1!7 V st. N. W H I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 M I I I I I 1 1 WANTED 50 Furniture Movers at once. Good wages. Apply MR. BAYL1SS. 2d and B St.. N. W. Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. m ni 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n m m HELPERS On delltery trucks. Apply W. H. WHITING, timekeeper. Adams Ei- press ro. 2n1 and I sis N E. HOUSEMAN AND CHAUFFEUR Tolored. neat, suburbs, references required Ad dress rtOX 17. Times office. JANITOR Married colored man, without -children. 01 20lh st N. W WANTED FIFTY CONCRETE FORM CARPENTERS; 40c PER HOUR;- ONE YEAR'S WORK; MODERN CAMP. AP PLY THE DRAVO CONTRACT ING COMPANY, SPARROWS POINT, MD. Laborers and Brick Cleaners Laborers familiar with the wrecking of old buildings Krlck cleanera AT ONCE. Apply Mr. MVEUS, tth and M ate. S. E. FIFTY LABORERS. Government Moving at Bureau of Mlnea, tth and U tit. N. W. REPORT 7 30 A. M. MAN Colored, for elevator and general work, also man for kitchen. Apply HOTEL LOGAN. loa Circle MEN To push riamly carls. KEI.SAV DAINTY CO., 2nd and Mass. ae. N. W 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 22 ami IS yeara old and furnish referenre INTER RAILWAT DEPT 1I3 Irvllsnapoll.. nd MEN To drle learns, it 7S per day, also man for genital blackamlthlng. 186 niadeimburg road N K YOUNO MEN-TWO for aoda fountain; atate referencea Address BOX 213, Times offii-e.. PORTERS Exiierlemed. at one. Apply M. a itA.TiftA, aiunsev Hunqing. TRUCK DRIVER-Apply 8. M. FUAZIER, jmacoMia, V J WALL SCRAPERS Apply HO 7th St. S. w WE WANT YOUNO MAN with dramatic ability whoso home la In Washington and who Is sell known to represent, us, glva full ?irtlculars and telephone address. BOX U2, Imes office WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS, white; steady employment, chance for advnrninnf- Ait. ply TIMEKEEPER. Adams Eipress, Id and I ats N E WINDOW CLEANERS, 1M per month, steady filH B nniu sTM" 1 ! t. -a m wit at jw. -a w-1-.-j Wm avail ft . W. WANTED -Structural steel aliop Otters; steady work t.t wh -.-..i init. ah. dress IPX 311, Times office. "HELP WANTED FEMALE " APPItENTICKS To i-arn Frrrwli drenm:ut- ting, dreumaklntr, dewljoilnp. and inllllnery; rood positions furnUb-d after learning. New lorn aiminery Aram-my. Ills i'M CANVASSERH-IIouse to boue. easy st-IIers; large commission. Apply 32, New Ucrne, after 5p m CHAMHERMAIDS for thn EBB ITT. Apply Housekeeper, HUB ITT HOTEL, Uth and K t. K W. CLEKK In mala offlca of laundry; mint b quick ana accurate in nirures. uvx, 90. Time office COOK and waltresi colored, for lunch room. onuit n. v CHAMIKRMAIDS-Twn while. Apply to iiucnr.r.r;Kt'Kit. LTvriiiA iitricu. itin;.,. nil 1 mi J IV - GIRL for general housework. 220 E st. N. I E. HELP WANTEDFEMALE GIRL Strong white, for factory work. J. J- GEORGES at SON. 12H F at. N. W. GIRL Jewish speaking, to typewrite and answer telephone: start at 13 per week. Tel. North KL Call after. S p. m.. 3017 11th st. nw. GOWN HANDS At once, several thor oughly competent and experienced, for our alteration department. ERLEtmCH ER'S. 1210 F at. N. W. . HOTEL MAIDS for Portsmouth. N. H., to day; also maids for this city. DICK'S IIO TEL AGENCY. 12th and Pa. ava. MARCEL WAVEVVnTcurtnS halrdreaslng. scalp treatment, loot T N. W. PERMANENT positions for reflned young women between 13 and 21 years of ag-s; height i ft. In., Ith grade education, to learn telephone operating. Apply between 9 a. m. and S p. m. dally. Tha TELEPHONE SCHOOL. 722 32th st. N. W.. room 22. TAILORESS Must be buttonhole maker, with experience. WINEMAN, 1302 F St. N. W. WOMAN Middle-aged colored, for cleaning ana Kiicnen wont. Apply -uutki. LUUAT4, Iowa Circle. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. COUNTRY GIRL, colored, desires position, private family; general housework; stay nights. IPOS 3rd st. B. W. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished MASS. AE. N. W.t 233 Two front rooms; i. n. a., gas, patn. sj.wi per we-cn. GIRARD ST. N. TV, 1120 Large front room, bath same floor, $10 month; gen tlemen M ST. IN. W 121 Furnished room for light housekeeping; also ball room. 11.26 per week. 11th ST. N. W.. 1120 Nice Mr. rooms for light housekeeping: reasonable. IDEAL APART. CO.. 1S0 PA. AVE. One, two and three-room apartments; also single rooms: runnlne- water: no ud: one 27 room and one U room monthly. Mam 7177 L ST. N. E., (21 Two large front rooms tor I. h. k.; heat and gas; J4S month. 1st ST. N. W.. Kit 2 lovely connecting rooms, completely furnrthed for light housekeeping: gaa range. Phone. Unfurnished. 12th ST. N, W.. 1222 Three unfur. rooms, on irnnri flnop. a-iltahlA for llrht hottM- keplng. ITH ST. N. W 1S28 Three unfurnished -vuiost. WUUiUt ?!( kit S.WUS iaaa . NORTH CAROLINA AVE. S. R. 911 I unfumlihed roomi for rent; f, bath. chapj Furnished or Unfurnished. NEW TORK AVE. N. E 71 Two second floor rooms, reionble; all conveniences. ROOMS AND BOARD U ST. N. W., 509 Nicely furnished rooms with board: southern enposur?. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS BATH TUBS and BUILDING MATE RIALS, bricks, 'porcelain sinks, lava tories, lumber, eash. dpors. SIDNEY L. IIECHINOER HOUSE WRECKING CO, Uth and C n.w. Main 11S3. MARE Good price. ISO. Apply COO CAN'S FARM. Denning road and Cen tral ave. N. E. YOUR, CHANCE! MR. LOT OWNER ' MR. BUILDER .BUILDING MATERIAL CHEAP! Tha material from all the buildings south ot M St. bet. 2d and 4th 8. E., which are now being torn down. The fixtures and parts must bo SOLD AT ONCE Including Heating Plants. Latrobea, Ranges. Stairways. Doors, Sasbea, window t rames. -fin. All kinds metal. Piping. Lumbar, etc. FIREWOOD, $1 PER LOAD. See MR. MYERS , Bricks '"iOTSF8- . -Bricju, "CtAIRVOYANTS" T" MME. CARLETTA IMPREKKIONAL CLAIRVOYANT AD VISER PALMIST LIFE READER. Always to be relied on. Thousands of satisfied clients attesting to Carletta's wonderful Inslrht Into the human aouL If In ' trouble, everything looking black, discouraged and despondent. SEE CAR. lktta. sne cas ami will help you. Readings One Dollar FOR ONE WEEK ONLr. NAMES OF FRIENDS. ENEMIES. HOW TO OVERCOME THEM, bow to become REUNITED TO TOUR LOVED ONES. Ad. vice on business, speculation, real estate. loans, courtship, marriage, divorce. SEES EVEHTONE. Hours. 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. First floor. 1125 14th St. N.W. DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS. MME. SPENCER, ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST CELE BRATED PALMISTS AND CLAIRVOYANTS. Studio 1405 EYE ST. N. W. tvithout asking a Question, she will tell you the object ot your call, giving names ot friends, relatives, and actual facta concerning your life and circumstances, which ou know lo be absolutely true THE MADAME WILL REFUSE TO ACCEPT ANY FEB UNLESS SHE GIVES THE UTMOST SATISFACTION. HOI ItS, 11 TO S I'. II. A1"AIIT 4 MME. FIELD -.tr" aJST Rfunltf eparated. ZX Tth nw. Hrs. 10-10. PROF. D. B. BRUCE HIT. ,il,r..- jr ..f.u..-.., PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT, fan be consulted on all arTalrs.1 1253A ...... I.- IXm.ih S a n. ,n .A n n naii.r pi. s. !" . .... .v i til. ...R-.. tn T n m. Ph I.lnr 1??1 runnws : in i p tn. ". i.m' , X. z. Mmf Ilplmnill 'airvoyana. ITUmill, ftlHlt.. ULIIH.IIH Cllr(I HMder. Tells what you want to know. Test. 10c. . Llfa reading. Mc. 10 a m. p. m. HI Ith N. W. tint- r K OTClalrvovant. Palmist A HUE Z A X) TO Clairvoyant. Palmist A ihiiiu. iinivivr;,, Reader. Advlca on all affairs of life. IK Q st- nw. Read., 0c Prnf Wrip-hr Palm'i and Clairvoyant, Readings Dally Satisfaction guar., open eves. MR"? C, YFR Greatest Card Reader and liklV-O. Jrt I crv. clairvoyant. Readlnxs. 25c. Studio. 117 1st 3. W. M. :C1?-J. PROF MOXIF Palmist. 1st floor, 1 N TRVjr. lUAIC Y ave. nw. Readings, loo and II; satisfaction or no charge; MRS. KENELRY '".?"$. Above Lib.: true predictions, clear sight. MME. DE VANN&J'1,'1'';- -,'"'. 11 a. m to I p. m.; Eundaa. 3 to p. m. y.ANP.in palm;st.and ' " PSYCHIC, READINOS, CO CENTS AND H.H. M4 14th ST. N. W. SPIRITUALISM! MRS. MAMIE STEVES fSgJ"1- Readings dall ; aeancaa Tues. A Thurs. avea. p. m.. Frl.. Ip.ii L 3011. Ill N. J. ava. sa. Removal Notice.5'" Jlo,hv fi"'r'tM Medium. located at 1017 O nw 11th st cara Seances Tue. & Thure MR ARTHAN1""1 lrnce test and mi. VIV.1 ri" business medium, read ings dally. All affairs. Spiritual healing, treatment Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day Circle for spirit messages Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Ha ansners questlona Parlors 2471 ltth si. N. W near Col. road. MRS. H. M. NOLAN ff'"nV, U . I) 1 U M Readings dally: aplrltual services Sunday and Thura. evan'a 720 6th st. N. E. H at. cor. Mrs Saunders ,:s ,,,h ' N-w- Bpint- mis. oauuucia um, MedluIn- Readlnga dally. Meetings Sunday, Tuesday & Friday eves., I p. m. Developing Thursday evenings. MRQ llljrUVNFI I Clalnoyant. Trance iiii. unu ..... jifjinn,; tells i past. . . . ... i....' i , I'reseni (mure, givrs nainra. u,.a vii iniai- ness. lawsuits. loe. home, separations, changes, health, etc: seances Wed Sun. evens., 1 p.m. 05 Eye N. W. Ph. M. SEC. F OR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 211 lt at. nw.. lr. and b, furnace 149.00 13 Qulncy placa'ne., 6r. and b.. furnace; furnished. $40; unfurnished 20.U 422 3rd at. nw.. Mr. and b.. furnace 2S.S0 IS Md. ave. sw.. tr. and b 0JO C7 Qulncy at. nw.. tr. and b., steam beau 0-M 124 .Mass. ave. nw., Ir. and b 25J0 04 Harvard st. nw., 7r. and b h-w.h... SM 142S tth st. nw., llr. and b 2SM 140S 6th at. nw.. St. and b - -,. 2S.S0 1304 tth st. nw., (r. and b... .......... 22J4 130 Florida ae. nw., (r. and b :....., 22.M 1510 Oak st. nw.. cor. Center st. nw., Jr. and h. Iflatl. heat furnished.. ........... 23.S0 iMILI. ave. nw., tr. and water. MUl 2514 Ga. ave. nw., r. and water ..... U.M 2S24 Qa. ava. nw.. Cr. and water 12.W FOR COLORED TENANTS. 1(2S 3rd st. nw., (r.and b .in JO 1233 S st. nw.. (r. and water. 20.M 2123 Va. ave. nw., Cr. and b..... 13.S4 JM Uth st se., Cr. and b 14.M 124 18th st. aa., Cr. and b 14.00 123C Linden st. ne.. Cr. and water. 12.M Clifford A. Borden Co., Phone M. 2242. 04 Cth st. N. W. FOR RENT-C2S Md. ave: 8. W., 11 rooms and bath. In first class condition cheapest house In. the city tor the money, rant, re duced to JJ0 CO. , CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO.. Phone M. 2242. CCCCth at. N, TV. 1 ROOMS, 4 BATHS: OARAGE: A. it. I.: 922-24 Stb ST. N. W.: ITS PER MONTH: CONVENIENT TO ALL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. R. B. BEHREND, 41 tth 8T. N. W.. O ST. 8. W. Fire-room house, goodcellar, large yard, stable or garage, tto.W. Four rooms, cellar, large yard and shed, fCtO par month. A. S. CATWOOD, 2U N. T. ave. nw. X2C4 Banrard st. nir.. Ir. b. and lav. on .3rd floor: h.w.h.: electric light $TJ 1214 Eye st. ne., Cr. b; fur. heat; cellar: will repair 13.M 3427 Holmead 1. nw., Cr. b furnace.... 2C.M KM Ga. ava. nw., Cr. b.; furnace.. 23.4s 1717 Ga, ave. nw., Ir. b.. latrobe haaL... 2S.00 OR COLORED TENANTS. I Q st. ne., Ir. b., h.w.h.; good condl- ..H0""'"""" i 122 JO 1(11 Church st. nw. ,. iuo LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER7 220 Southern Building. 4209 Ith st. hw.. Ir. b.: latrobe heat: one square rrom car. Tee best bargain in Petworth tsjo LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 Southern Building. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. - OVI.T ONE VACANrT. THE TULANE J10 1ITH ST. N. W. SPLENDID llOISEKEEPINO TXATS. FIRST FLOOR FRONT. i ROOMS AND BATH IJ2.H LARGE PORCH: ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS. BUILDINQ DETACHED ON ALL SIDE8. LIEBERMANN HAWN, 1421 F ST. 411 10th at. nw., I rooms and bath: 3rd hoot t.........x.ng LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER 228 Southern Building. . IRVING, 2014 Dent placer MJeorgetown)- roams and bath: second floor, east front: steam heat; not water; Janitor service: 121. Winona. 411 uth st. n. a., third floor I rooms and bath; electricity: steam beat: hot water: large back porch:. Janitor service; average. 124 M. x oraca. 710 itn st. N. W. Phono M. ne. 11th ST. N. Vf 737 Two rooms, bath, or tour rooms, bath. COPLEY COURTS', 17th and Church Sts. N. W. Ready for oeenntiwr-Invltlna- reservations. Best of location and most moderu eonstroc tlon. , All large outside rooms and every ap pointment and service. 2 to 6 Booms and Bath. . $28.50 to $60.00. Early Reservations Willi Command Preferred Suites. J. N. RUTH, Mgr. PHONE NORTH T71- Wanted GENTLEMAN WANTS small quiet cool fur nished apartment or suite within one mile of New WUlard Hotel: must have southwest or, soutn exposure.-- BOX o. Times ornco. TOR'SATEfTQIJSES" BIG HOME BARGAIN 708 G STREET N..E CONVENIENT TO UNION STATION. POSTOFFICE. AND GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. New house, up to date and handsome la every particular; containing six rooms, tile bath, hot-water heat: front and back porches; large lot. 11x120; plenty room for garage. For quick sals will sell for 11.000 lass man assessed value. TOUR EARLT INSPECTION INVITED. JAS. R. DURITY, Owner and Builder. 72 10th St. N. E. FOR SALE A 3-story, S-room semi-detached cottagle on Columbia Heights, west .of 11th st., overlooking the cltr, near the half-mil-llon-doltar park and one auare from the new million-dollar hotel. There la a good lot, 1M feet deep to 23-foot alley: garage and elec tricity: ilOO gaa range; new fumaoa heat: porcelain sink, eoutbern exposure. Price, K.ooo. Address OWNER, on premises, 1441 Chapln at. N. W Telephone Columbia 1443. BUY A HOME WITH TOUR RENT. By paying only 121X0 per month, which In cludes both Interest and monthly payment on principal. Price, $2,350. ONLY ONE LEFT. I rooms and tile bath; large porches: near Lincoln Park. Open DAILY and SUNDAY Until i p. m. No. 1533 C St. S. E. Convenient to navy yard and Pa. kvs. cars. RANDALL H. HAGNER & CO., 1207 Conn. Ae. N. W. Phone North 4137. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For'Sale ,.i.t.i-iiit 1 i.i.i.t, run hum- BEAUTIFUL LITTLE FARMS! From 1 to 10 Acres ' In Montgomery county, on most popular 'macadam driveway north of Washington:' " good soil; electric llghta: telephone and trolley service. Some have BUNGALOWS. Some have house with- choice fruit. Some are lesa than ONE CENT per foot. Some sold by the. acre. .. , Let us show jou.how to raise your own. . .fruits, vegetables and flowers and reduce. . ,tbe cost or living BE A PRODUCER. THOS. E. JARRELL, , M TM. Suite S3 Woodward bldg. 3. Ml III 11-H-H-H I I I -HUH' i AND ROOM houses snd bungalows; prices n,wv iv ..vw, irmu, tiw casn and balance IIS to $20 per month, Co to Glen Echo Heights. Md.. ret off at Sycamore Island, ask for MR. DRESSER. UU ISUi tYAU U.-IIL, 'luu LATb. DESIRABLE LOTS IN BEAUTIFUL WOODR1DGE. Prices and terms reasonable. Room K2, Washington Loan & Trust Bldg. Toln. iRAijfMbTsor 11.23 AMI 11.30 PER HOUR. New Chevrolet cars. Speclal'ratee. day, week and month, owners driving. Line. 1(4. FORD CARS, tl M and 11.25 PER HOUR. Special rates for trips. Careful white chauf. xeurs. x-uuiio wacsui ?. CENTRAL TAXI SERVICE. Phone Lincoln II. sen. 10 blocks: 71c city proper: 11.21 oar iwm. shopping: tl-M par Hour, touring. All hlgl grade, new cars. 24-hour service TAYI SERVICE. Trips. Mc. Tie, 11.0a, I tsl U)r tn. hour, M.2S and !.. Call West 14 Day and Ntaat. Automobile Tires. A-l AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZINO. Eamrtle Blowout Rspatr. II: tube patches las up GIBSON. 21 Hst N W MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SV1.E Two valuable old violins, cheap. Apply 2317 1st st. N. W. after six. DEATHS CODDARD-Oe. Wednesday rooming. April s, ,... & mm jaaono. jajuuajx uvlvs BOROUOH. widow ot Andrew Goddard, In her eighty-Seventh year. 8he was tha daughter of the Ills Richard Terbury and Jane Stone Goldsborougll. aqd mother ot U. Goldsborough and Mary Lee Goddird. Funeral from St. Matthew's CathoUa Church, Friday. April 20,.at M a. m. SCHAFTER-On April H.lJli; ttlp. ra.. at rr .ifc"aj xsospiuu jKftirt rwj&ruii, beloved husband -ot Julia Schaffsr. 2SS O street northwest. t notice or .funeral, hereafter; IN MEMORIAM LAURENCE In MrlDg raemory of my dear mother. Mrs. ANNIE LAURENCE '", MacDonald). wha departed this life ian years ago today. April 1, HOT, w tfr r,Jd,nce. Tenth street north- . . ?earestmolher I love and miss you-so. and I know that we shall meet again some asy. From her loving- daughter and son-in-law,, , MR. AND MRS. HC. KENT. tBremerton, rash. T tPltiebunrh. Pa . papers please copy.) (Notices for ihls column ar laiepfad at.M cents flat, either prose o Voetry, In ease no tice don sot axceeo- tin Unas. And 10 cents for each line in cteas of tan.) B v UNDERTAKERS Embalaern . . Funeral Directors J. WILLIAM LEE. UNDERTAKER. AND UVEBT. , t 33 Pa. ATS. N. .W. Telephone M. IBS, waKHTNQTQN. D. X FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL -DESIGNS Ot every descrlptlon-modsrata ptlaea. OUDE. m y ar n. w. MONUMENTS MONUMENTS III up; oefsre moving will 'sell all monuments at cost before Mar 30. DD HITICS MONUMENT WORKS. 7 10th at. N. E- near- H. Vital Records. BIrtaa. Robert O. and Carrie V. Wo4fT. Jr.. bey. Robert R. and Georgia A. Snarr. girl. Jesse and Nellie B. Welch, boy. Maurice and Lena Powell, Ctrl. James L. and Myrtle. O. Motharahead. bar. Bradley and MatUa Hutt, girl. Benson N. and Annie F. Hicks, boy. Lorenso and Rosa Gregorl. boy Clifton H. and Grace Dodson, boy. Charles K. and Pota Chscrmss. boy. Reuben and Lillian Acton, 'boy, Edward and Bay Barnett. boy. Clarence D. and Rose T. Buaalus, boy. Benjamin T. and Sarah E. Wright, boy. Samusl and Agnear WHllams, girt. Lawrence S. and Onnle K. Stannard. girl.' Horace J. and Viola V. Porter, boy. Clarence and Helen R. Holmes, boy. man ana Annie xiau."noy. , 1 Marriage Lleemaea. Llnwood 73. Tatnm and. Nannie D. Sherrod, nt,kmMid. Vi. Arthur T. Branson and Irene L. Whlttlns- ton. both of Washington. Christian O. Mlddledort and Dora M. Peters, tmfti nf Waahlnfftan. John Carter Aery and Alberta Carter, both of Washington. Richard D. McGebee and Etta 1C Whltworth, rwith Af m,hmaul. Va. L. Rivera Roeaa and Mary L Corbel, both of Washington. Barney .Reld and Mary Jones, bothot Wash ington. Orla C. Lint, ot Coldwater. Mich, and Violet Agnes Frits, or Washington. Blair Meanley and Mabel Claire Tanlconer, hntk Af Dlrhmovl. Vs. Lewis Holllnbcrger and Olive Francis, both ot Washington. Elmer NKuhnsrt snd Veronica M. Mealier, dou o wsuudsuo. ,-, John W. Laura and Fiorina M. Pines, both of Baltlmora, J, Emmett Davis and Ruth. Bowsn, both of Washington. Ernest E. Thormley. of Chicago, and Irene Wllllama. of Harrtsbura. Pa. Jamas E. Lyon and Dora D. Let-ran, both of Richmond, vs. George M. Dawson, ot Lorton. Va..and Vla- torla P. Cawman. ot Accotlnk. Va. James W Burch and Elsla F. Nlcksla. both - of Washington. , Harry Clinton McCaxtr. ot Cambridge, Masa and Catherine Bernhard Speakaof. Waah- 'Ulgu-a. Oeatka. Edith C. Donahue. 4 yrs.. 1114 I st. 8. X. Michael J. Stern. (I yrs.. 1K2 7th st. nw. Catherine A. Wynne, M yrs.. Providence Boa. Charles r. Hodges. 74 yrs., 14ti U at. nw. Lrdla A, Moore, & yrs.. 47 Qulncy place nw. Infant of 81na and Morris Powell, 1 cay. Emergency Hos. Infant ot Mary R. and John W. Wadletgh, 2 hrs.. Columbia Hoe. Infant of John W. and Mary'R- Wadletgh, II hrs., Columbia Hoa. Laura Kay, 32 yrs.. Homeopathic Hoa, Gertrude Holmes, 1 yr., 723 7th St. se. Blanche O. Taylor, II yrs., 2021 Uth at. nw. Marzaret Jackson. 74 yrs.. 1117 Wisconsin ava. John T. Dlshman, 31 yrs., TubercuJosls Hoe. came wukaraon. yrs.. iu ut st. sw. Dora Meade. 34 yrs.. Garfield lams. Michael O. Green. M yrs., Waah. Asy. Hos. Irving Hcnaon, 21 yrs., 4 Dennlaoo place, Rene. D. C. Wesley Stewart. 19 yrs.. Tuberculosis Hos. Aipnonso nail. lonrs..-sil atn st. nw. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS PLAIN COPTING and addressing; have com petent, neat girls. Legal work a specialty. Phone M. 7421. . PRICES Incomparable for new juid used fuxv niture, oougnt and sold. Sherman a, tou n. Y. ave. nw.; M. SS30: 1143 7th nw.: N. H1X CASH prices paid for worn clothing, either ladles' or men's; send postal; will call. B. TARSHES- not 7th at. nw. Phone North tn. WANTED t0 feather Kadi at ence by the CHICAGO FEATHER CO., M0 tth St. N". W. Ph. M. Mil. Best Prices-Paid. WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your gcoas to the man who gives the most money. Bee HOPWOOD, Ith and K. WANTED Furniture, tUaaoe. carpets, eta. rnoue aa. isz ror wagon, or nave mm call. WE8CHLER'S." g Pa. aw. N. W. II INK WE BUY ALL KINDS OF J J I -.IN. WASTE PAPER. ETC. U.X!l. TH1' ALBANT-JUNaC CO.. 101 MP. ave. sw. WE pay. cash for sit kinds ot paper, rags, Junk, eta Call TOllJIf LOWE. Ill O st. N. w. It. nil. WE PA1 UNION FRICE8 fer all kinds at second-hand furniture. H. WEISENBERO. 141 La. ave. N. W. Ph. M. MM. HIGHEST'cash prices fer eld clothes, shoes. etc.; will call In unlettered auto, singer's Old Stand. 1121 Ith at. N. W. N. 7111. BUSINESS ANN00NCIMERT5 WORKINGMEN Smile, men; smile as though you were a winner and could put up two dollars Instead of two-blta for a dinner, and It you weigh 300 lbs, or slight ly thinner, a new uncaiiea-ror suit at 11 up: the price la not a skinner. JUSTH'S OU STAM1, Cll P. Window Shades. Good quality opaque. Best qualltyof window -Jfree we call with samples, rn. use ". KLEEBLATT'S SSSf-g Vaeunm Cleanera. VACUUM CLEANING. PER DAT With expert operator; hand or eleetrta eleaaers for rent: tLW par day. NATL VACUUM SAI.ES CO.. MAIN 4111. Ith AND D 8TS N. W. Let us estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning and floor polishing: vacuum cleanera for sale and rant: all popular makss. SAN1TABT albTTMUtia ltj. lite tn. w. aits. Soda Fountain Snpplies. THERE IS MONET In soda water-W. carry over H fouatalha In stock, new or second hand, which we will sail on liberal terms; also everything on supplies required by dispensers of aoda water. BURCH at KLEPS, INC., UI ra. ava. . v i-aont aiain sis. Mattreggea and Box Springs. MATTRESSES RENOVATED and re-mad. flw: pns)n siMuugn & SUDUTD-UI oroara. j.,M. ...... . .... .... ... .. .. ..... . .... MWEGIRTGES BEFORE placing rrder, get my prices aed other Information; 10x14 and larger: all steal and portable. Drop card. ALBERT Brmrwr 47H Res.--rr.lr eve. N. w. REFRTGERATgRS& ICE BOXES McCray Refrigerator Co., Hctrlstrators Thai Aie Uncqualtd. 61 FST. N. W. We Build kd Repair Retrigtrators. Special Notices, DR. WALDO, Dentist, a B. Cor. 14th tt Tou Sta. It W.. Phooa N. 411T. LEGAL NOTICfls" Conrad B. Synse and Jsjnes FraacU Smith, Attemera. IN THE SUPREME COURT OT THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. Holding a District Court. TN RE: widening of Rhode Island avenue, between South Dakota avenue and the IHstrlct or ooiumeia sotmaary una, " i District of Columbia. District Court No. 12M. Notice U hereby given that the Comrniaaton. mrmat tho District of Cnhimbta (pursuant to a certaln'provlsion ot the Act of Consreas, ap proved Karen 4ta, uu, enuuea s " raakiag appropriations for the expenses of the Government of the District of Columbia fer the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and for ether pur MM,N wherahv thav are authorised to open. extend or widen any street, avenue, road, or, highway ta conform with the plan ot the per manent system ot highways in that portion ef the District ef coramsia outside ot toe cross of Washington and Georgetown adopted under th Are af f-Anrraa aorjrovad March 2d. 193. as amended by the Act of Congress approved June Sth. IMS. by condemnation under the provisions ot sub-chapter one of chapter fif teen of tne code ox law or tu jjisixici ox r-Ainrnntai. nava flisd a rjetltlon. Draylng the condemnation for the widenlnc of Rhode Island avenue, between South Dakota, avenue and the District ot Colombia boundary Una. In the District of Columbia, according to the plan at the permanent system of highways outside ot the limits ot Washington and nnrfawn. aa shown en data or xoaoe filed twllh the said original petition, as part there of, and praying also uat a jury 01 nve Judicious, experienced, disinterested men. who shall be freeholders within the District of Co lombia, not related to any person Interested In this proceeding, and not In the service or employment or the District of Columbia, or of the United States, be summoned by the United "States mirths I for the District ef Co lumbia to assess the damages each owner of land ta be taken may sustain by reason ot the said widening or Anooe jauwa aveuue, as aforesaid, tn the District of Colombia, and the condemnation ot tha land necessary for the purposes thereof, and to assess aa bene fits resultlns; therefrom the entire amount of said damages. Including the expenses of this proceeding upon any lands which the Jury may find will be benefited, as provided for ta and by the aforesaid Act ot Congress. It la, by the Court, this Thirty-first, day of March. A. D. U17. ORDERED. That ail persons bav ins; any Interest- la this proceeding be. and they are hereby warned .and commanded to appear In this Court on or before the 24th day of.April. A. X. 117. at ten o'clock a. m., and continue to attendance until the Coort shall have made lis final order ratifying and con strains; the award of damages and the mMwtm ment of benefits ot the Jury ta be empaneled and sworn herein; and It Is further OR DERED, That a copy ot this notice and order be published twice a week for three succes sive weeks In the Washington Evening- star. The Washington Times and tie Washington Post, newspapers published In the said Dis trict, eommenclng at least twenty days before the said 2th day of April, A. D. 1117. It Is further ORDERED. That a copy ot this no tice and order be served by the United States marshal, or bis deputies, trpon each ot the owners ot the fee of the .land to be con demned herein, and upon tenante and occu pants of-the same, as may be found by the said marshal, or his deputies, "within the District .of Columbia before the said 24th day of April. A. D. 1117.- By the Court: WAL TER I. McCOT. Justice. (Seal). A true cost. Test: J. R. TO UNO. Clerk. By F. E. CUN- nmuHAM. Asst. Clerk. TsiJBntrSATE" BTVlUTUJ of a dcre ot tb Circuit Court, for MontxomeiT County, tbo Undcrslxnfa Trute Hill veil at Public 8&I. to tbm hlr ert bidder for Ouh. tho Prtntln EiUblUb mcat of tho CAltlwraburr Journal, formally owned and operated by Ffellip T. Fran-Urn, in too town ox oaiinerourt, too -i win take d1c on the eretnlMa at GalUienburri at the hour of IS o'clock. 1C, on Saturday, tho XUt day of April, 1917. This newspaper and Prtntlnx EertabUaUnnert has been In operation for a period of about six months and has a rabscslpUott list and dreulaUoa of 1,400. Its annual adTertlstnc contracts amount to ap proximately 13,060. This Plant Is new, none of its machinery or equipment beinr orer montns old. ana is of tne latest UB-to-aate model, and has all of the neceeaary- appU ancea and eotfpment vacA tn weekly news papers. An up-to-date late model Job press, is part of this etrulpment. all of which Is operaiea oy electricity. To tho prospectlre purchaser this business and Dlant-oHers aa exseUent cpoortunltar for a wise and safe tnTeetment. The- plant Is lo cated in one of tho most flourlshinc and en terprumr towns, in western uaiyiana An Inspection 'of tho premises equipment and business affairs of this printinc establish ment la respectlTtty hinted. For further in formation arohr to JOHN A. GARRETT. Trustee. RockTllle, lUaryland. Phone, Rock- two sj. "PROPOSALS OFFICE OS" THE. COMMISSIONERS, D. C wunme-ten. o. c. Anm IX. U1T. sealed proposals will be received at this office. Room SO, District BuHdtnr. until two o'clock P. M.. April M, 1117. for furnlshlnjr and dellver ins; LI00. more or less, tons of bituminous cost. Form ot proposal and specifications to be obtained from the Purcaaslnx Officer. D. .. itnom x-0. uistnct Buuainr. wasmnxton. D. C OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW, CHARLES W. KUTZ, Com mlsslonera. D. C. ! "PERS0NA1T flM PO Treatment tor liquor habit Ml'TU given in privacy. ot patlenfa home: eharye reasonable. Call N. SIIS. PHirnnnrlv81113 "'et Bay Treatments. t-niropOUJf Ytxtoi and Scalp. Halrdrese Inr and Manlcurlar. Louise Malar. 101 Keools DlflS-. Htn isq mM. ra. ml. mm n. jpmn QUO. MRS. ORA L. FIELD &i?" jintuc Areai- ment: face and "scalp, m H nw.. Ind floor. A M V PI I IS Manlcunns; and Scalp AMI CLLM Treatment. Til 11th st. N, W.. apartment . orm sujuxis. MflC'jaP'A Majnetle ft Elec Scalp Treat- Eves, till I. Mrs. M. Cohsn. az Kanols bldx. at. ixay-J. MISS MOOREf',.--', M. B. SUTOR chiropody. Open Son. MISS CAIN JS-Jf-Sf -S4 V- Apart, l. rnron amn iwa. Mme. White g ffitSa,; ?r: dressing.' chiropody, facial maasaxa. to 4. Mnrilrla Williamc. Manicurtnr. facial massage, scalp treat. 7ttlllth N. W Apart. M. M.tlti. p .u EC3vburn facial and scalp .VlJTUUIU XREATMENT. ms-JVT INO. lOd P st. N. W. -ww- DR. REED, i SPECIALIST, 804 Seventeenth Street Over 30 Years'E?uej tat. and special Disease, of 'Man and Wea7 Means Health to you ir you Suffer from Catarrh, Obesity, Rnenmatlsm, CoostJ patlon. Piles. Throat, Lunxa, Brain, Uaart. Blood and Skin Diseases, Nervous Debility. Kidney Diseases, Bladder Troubles, Speclae Blood Polaoninc, Eruptions. Ulcers, and All Private Diseases Cured for Life by cWa Methods. . US. Bacteria Vacemea. and all tha n. rums snd antl-toxlns aantinlstared. Charges Low. Medidne Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room for Ladies Office hours! II to L t to I; Sunday. U ta 11. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN IP YOU NEED money In any sum. from til to J10O, address People's Trust Co.. Roaslyn. Vs.. and we will help you out. SECOND TRUST LOANS ARE OUR SPECIALTT. LOWEST RATES OP INTEREST. Write, call, or phone Paul V. Mitchell & Co., 1411 O st. N. W. MONET TO LOAN on real estate: lowest rates: prior payment prlvUerea: lam amounts. TYLER ft RUTHERFORD, tlT 11th. MONET TO LOAN-CM to toC0.00d-on D. O. real estate, several trust xunas. ft to s per cent. All transactions conducted with eco nomical eonalderatlon for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., Southern Building. 107 Uth at. N. W. FISHING TACKLE. ETC. FISH1NO TACKLE, baseball and tennis cods: bicycles ft supplies. MAXWELL'S. XM 7th s. w. tOpp. 7th St. R. R. BIX.) 'i I 1 i i JI m 4 .-. H.