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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY: JUNE 7: 1917..
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HAPPENINGS IN THE
CAPITAL'S SUBURBS
Alexandria Doctor Called to
Nation's Service.
TO JOIN MEDICAL RESERVE
Dr. Llewellyn Powell Ordered to
Report at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
ALEXANDRIA. June 7. Dr. ,lewel
lyn PonelL ot this city, has been
called by Tte United States War De
partraent to the medical section of
the Officers' Reserve Corps and oruer
ed to report at Fort Oglethorpe. Ga,
June ISth He expect to remain
there at lesjt three months under
training- for further duties. Dr. Pow
ell has had military training at the
"Virginia Military Academy and else
whs re.
Curing last night's storm the wind
attained a high eloclty here, and the
rain fell In torrents. A large tree in
front of the residence of J. H. Crilly,
on Cameron street, between St. Asaph
and Washington streets, was blown
down, blockading the street for some
time. Trees in all parts of the city
Ware more or leu Injured.
Thousands of visitors from Wash
ington have been passing through
here dally this week on their nay to
lit. Vernon, Iany of the tourists
have stopped here to visit Christ
Church, the Carlisle House, and other
point of historic Interest. Many of
the Northern ,and Eastern States have
'been represented, as well as all of the
Southern.
W. Rosa Southward, of Richmond,
. .u lUMlcr Oi Uaa KIIOKI OI HP-
5'n ?" vl?" Potomac Lodge of ,
Odd Fellows here tomorrow night.
Work will be done In the third de
cree. Caleb Litton Richards, aged slxty
lx, died t the. home of his sister.
Sirs. A. H, Compton. near Welflngton.
Prince William county, yesterday. He
J, a retired locomotive engineer,
and Is survived by his wife, two
daughters, a son, step-daughter, and
three sisters. The funeral will be
held at the Union Station here Satur
day morning at 10:30, the Rev. E. V.
Regester, pastor of the Methodist
Church South, officiating.
Dr. William M. Smith will address
the audience at the Richmond Thea
ter at 8:30 this evening ot the sale
Of Liberty bondx Corporation At
torney Samuel G. Brent will speak to
the people la the Surprise Theater at
the same hour. "
Mia Jvellle Evangeline Hihchlnson.
. '.'L0"5'' nJ J"?h Vermillion,
'or Washington, were married yester
day, at St. Marys Catholic Church
here, the Rev. I F. Kelly officiating.
Mrs. Bertha C May and Walter W.
Harfurth. of thl cltr, were- married
Ust night at S o'clock it the rell
dtnee of the bride's parents, Mr. and
lira. William Recker, li;. Prince
treeC
NEWS' AT ANACOSTIA
Citizens' Association to Olscutt
Licenses for Colored Parkt. .
The Public Improvement Associa
tion of Congress Heights will meet
Monday night In Loeffler's Hotel.
Wednesday night the Anacostla asso.
elation will meet prior to adjourn
ment for the sunjmer, at which time
the licenses for the two colored parks
In Hillsdale w(ll be discussed.
The King Bible Class held it reg
ular meeting last night, with No. 15
engine- company
Plans are being made for the grad
uation exercises or the Training
School for Nurtes at the Government
Hospital for the Insane.
The -police of the Eleventh precinct
have not found a single registration
slacker More than WO men register
ed Tueeday. which exceeded the num
ber estimated
NEWS AT rrOCKVILLE
Diplomat Pretented at Closing Exer
cises of High School.
..PI"1 cloln? exercise of
Rockvllle high school were held In
the assembly hall of the school last
evening Pref Charles -G Miers
principal, was In charge
Tor proficiency in studies medals
were awarded to Mis Katheryn Mon
day, of the high school, and Arlington
Bennett, of the grammar school The
honor roll, composed of all who made
a general average or no or over dur
ing the year. Included the following
High school Misses Lucile Lamar,
Kathern Monday. Mary Monday,
Helen t licet t. Rebecca Nicholson,
Gladys Hefamer ana Jeannette rai
nier and William Llnthicum and Hil
ton Darby Crammar school Kath
erine Benton. Helen Brooke. Eliza
beth Dwver Ruth Kelchner. Violet
Lelhbrldge. Wellford Mason. Harvey
Hathcrs. Lee Robei. Jessie Muncas
ter, Doroth Mr-em. Stonestreet La
mar. Huh Reding. Edward Peter,
ann Arlington Hennett.
The graduate ere Misses Mary J
f"?.'r. h-rt.Wr..Ju) A ?"'" Anna i
V Wilson Lettv H Souder. Laura C.
Souder. Letha ti Edmonds. Helen C.
Howard, ndna arfel. Ilavenell JI.
Monred Mary E i. ard Ida E. Kemp,
Irene II Warthen. Glad.s Kefauver,
Bertha rium, James S Moulden, Ju
lius C Hamke. Edwin I) Fr. Edward
M Welllver. and Norman E Ward.
Commercial department Mlase Jean
nette E Palmer, Jith B. Burr. Agnes
C Scherrer
Prof Willis n Burdette, county su
perintendent of schools, addressed the
arraduatesand presented the diplomas
Tteprotram Include esssys by Misses
Jeannette E I'almer. Letha O Ed
monds, and Helen . Houar-J. and an
sddics of welcome h Edward M
Welllver. president of the else of
3917 The Invocation and benediction
were Riven by the Jlev Millard F.
Mlnnick. rector of Chrlat Episcopal
Church.
Miss Louie Eslelle Robertson,
dauehtrr of Mrs Lillian nobrtscn.
And Wllhu- Marlon M'VTtdsv 'Jnth of
Bo-kili e ni il " ' re T- '"lav
evfli.r ! t ' e- ' - T c-oia-.dled
han.. pslor of JL Mu s t. atiM.ic
" K
r
t official count ot the ltrjrh
registration In this county shows that
J.45 were enrolled, of horn. 1.701
wero whites and 741 colored All but
577 of the whites and 239 ot the col
ored claimed exemption
newsTthyattsville
War Registration Count to Be Com
pleted Late Today.
The board of war registration of
Prince George's county expects to
complete Its tabulation late this after
noon Card from the first precinct of
Vansvllle election district and from
Nottingham district delayed comple
tion of the return. Without these
two districts the board had In its.
possession S.534 cards. It Is tajd
seventy men registered In the first
precinct of Vansvllle and 115 in Not
tingham, which would place the total
for the county at 2,719.
Two Hyattsvllle youngr, men, Lajv
rence Aman and Matthew V Halloran,
left today to be ready. It Is said, to
accompany American forces to France.
Young Aman recently enlisted in the
ordnanceenllsted reserve, and has
been given a sergeant's warrant,
while young Halloran is a corporal In
the same branch. Aman is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Aman, and
Is a graduate of Mt- St. Joseph's Col
lege, of Baltimore. Corporal Halloran
la a son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F.
Halloran. He Is a former member of
Company F. First Maryland Infantry,
and saw service on the border last
summer.
Chairman Frank H. Zouclc and
Chief Engineer H. G. Shirley, of the
State roads commission, yesterday met
a delegation from Hyattsvllle, Brent
wood, and ML Rainier, and Inspected
the course of the proposed extension
of Newton street, ML Rainier, to the
Washington-Baltimore boulevard.
The orphans' court Is In session at
Upper Marlboro today.
The Rev. Henry Thomas, rector of
St. Matthew's Episcopal parish, has
tendered his resignation to the vestry,
to take effect October 1, and It has
been accepted. The Rev. Mr. Thomas
k s.,,.,1 ,. n.rf.h T,..rlv ten
years. Ha resigned because of his
years.
health.
OLDEST INHABITANTS
GET HISTORIC GIFTS
Clam Chowder Sapper Feature of
Association's Meeting.
The clam chowder supper given by
the Association of the Oldest Inhabi
tants was the feature of the meeting
held last night 1n the told engine house
at Nineteenth and H street north
west. Two historical gifts were presented
to the association by members. A
balustrade from the historic old
"Bleak House" which was the home
of Alexander T Shepherd, and which
was demolished recently, was pre
sented to the association by Col. Jo
seph Keefer. A songbook printed in,
186S. which contains advertisements
of Washington firms, which have lone
since gone out of existence, was pre
sented by Thomas "P. Moore.
A. K. Parrls, of Crane & -Parrls.
bankers, was the principal speaker of
the evening. He made an appeal to
all who could to invest in Liberty
bonds. George W" Evans, clerk In the
Interior Department, announced that
HOO.000 had been" raised for the pur
chase of Liberty bonds In the depart
ment. Four names were submitted to the
committee on membership They
were John Wallace Clark. Charles P
Hunt. Walter Franklin Hewitt, and
Isaac Birch.
The committee on entertainment, of
which B. W. Summy Is chairman,
was Instructed to make plaps for the
annual Fourth of July meeting. The
committee appointed to assist In serv
ing the supper was as follows- B.
W. Summy, chairman: J. W Wright.
Frank W Downey. B. H Stlnemetr.
H. L Rothrock. and J. George Naylor.
MAY AFFECT STATUS
OF THE AMBASSADOR
New Mission Head Has Been
Severe Critic.
No official comment on the appoint
ment of Lord Northcllffe as head of
a permanent British commission In
the United States is obtainable in
Wa.hington. Officials apparently
feel that If any statement was to be
forthcoming it should have the ap
proval of the President.
The most Interest In the selection
of Lord Northcllffe centers in the
bearing it may have on the status of
Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice, the
British ambas.ador Sir Cecil Sprlng
Rlce has been crltlci.ed by Lord
Northcllffe. who practically called for
trie appointment of a new British am
bassador In Washington This criti
cism came at a time when the United
State snd Oermany were still on
nominally friendly term.
The Impression was created that
Count von BernntnrfT. the German am
bassador In Washington. was sue-
i4ln In (.Afltnf. th. Amerlmn nrestt
to publ sh information favorable lo
the G,rmn ,au. an(, i North
cllffe. who apparently believed the al
legation to that effect, let It be
known that he thought that Von
Bernstorf wa outmaneuvrlnp;
Sprlnc-HIce In creatine sentiment In
America. The comment of Lord
Northcllffe alone that line was ca
bled to American newspaper, and
created conslderaule discussion The
British covernment apparently was
not Influenced by It. a. the statu of
the British ambassador was not dls-
turbed.
Lord Northellffe' applntmen
to
such an Important diplomatic mlarlin
will irlve the British sornm nt ire
opportun'ty to raise hh rank nnd
success in dealing with th- Unite J.
States mlchl caue th Kirs; at the
Instance of Prime MlnUtr Lloyd-
George, to elevate him to tho dimity
of viscount or earl.
DEAD OF TRENCH INJURY.
Edward Rob'nyn. colored, fifty-two
ears old of li H street northwest
at Krcedman Hospt al last nlKlit
from Injuries rrceUed when a sewer
. t-K fViIl. k i rHosrtner In ltHB
road northwest yesterday caved la da
Iklm ?. - I t4f 1 tnAeaf1ts I
i-jc
iWASHINGTONBUYS
1,000 BONDS DAILY
Libety Loan Enthusiasm
Mounting Steadily.
BOOSTERS VISIT NAYY YARD
Volunteer Speakers Also Call on
Uncle Sam's Printers.
With subscriptions pouring In at
the rate of more than a thousand a
day, and with practically the entire
city talking Liberty loan bonds, the
Liberty loan committee of the Dis
trict today Is continuing Its organised
campaign to make Washington's sub
scription larger In proportion to Its
population than any other city In
the country.
The hundred or more speakers who
have volunteered their services to the
committee, and who are-speaking In
all sections of the city, report enthu
siastic receptions everywhere.
At the Navy Yard this afternoon
nine speaker made simultaneous ad
dresses to the thousands of employes,
and were given an ovation. The work
era crowded around the speakers and
eagerly received the subscription
blanks which were distributed among
them.
Help Avoid Disaster."
"Don't wait until some great dis
aster comes to arouse your patriotism
and make you buy a Liberty loan
bond." the speakers said. "Help the
Government avoid a great disaster by
providing abundant funds to finance
thl war. and In this way prove to
the nations on the other side of the
seas that the United States Is In this
war with her whole heart and soul "
The speakers were H. H. McKee,
Congressman E. J. Meeker, Eugene E.
Thompson, Carter B. Keene, A. E. Sey
mour. Corcoran Thorn. Harry" Haynes,
and William E. Shannon.
Sir. Poole received a telegram to
day from Secretary of the Treasury
McAdoo congratulating the Liberty
loan committee on the work It is
doing.
"I am gTeatly pleased with the
splendid work you and your asso
ciates on the Liberty loan committee
In Washington are doing," the tele
gram ald. "The showing already
made Is mighty gratifying. Please
keep up the good wrork until the Close
of subscriptions June 15. We cannot
too largely oversubscribe the Liberty
loam
"Great enthusiasm In all the cities
I have visited. A large oversubscrip
tion Is of vital Importance. Deeply
regret my Inability to attend any of
the Washington meetings, but should
like the National Capital to make a
bigger showing In comparison to re
sources and population than -any other
city In the country "
Ite-erre Ofaeere Eager.
The corps of Liberty loan speakers
who visited the officer training camp
at Fort Myer yesterday afternoon were
given an enthusiastic reception and Judg
ing from the demand for subscription
blank the. nn at the eamji are not
satisfied with merely enlitlng and offer
ing their lives to their country, but alo
want their dollars to help win the war.
The speeches were made simultaneously
before the varlou "mess" groups and
everywhere the men crowded about the
speakers and piled them with questions
regarding the bonds and asked tor sub
scription blanks.
Through a mistake E. S. Brashears and
C F. Nesblt were assigned to speak to
the same company jesterday. The com
pany happened to be No. 10. of which
Commissioner Oliver P. Newman U a
member. Mr Newman was acting first
sergeant yesterday, and introduced Mr.
Brashears, w ho. in turn Introduced Mr.
Nesblt.
More than 5.000 employes of the
Government Printing Office were ad
dressed yesterday, two different sets
of speakers Invading the big print
shop, on In the afternoon and another
last night to address the night force.
The speakers last night were Chair
man John Poole of the Liberty loan
committee. Secretary Eugene r..
Thompson, and Needham C Turnage.
Croup IMedgea IOO.OOO.
Everywhere the speakers were re
ceived with enthusiasm, and In one of
the departments a chorus of voices
shouted to the speaker that their
particular group would guarantee to
take at least $108,000 worth of the
bond.
The schedule of speaker for the
theaters today Is as follows Belasco
W T. Galllher; National H. V
Haynes: Tolls A H.Zimmerman. B.
F Keith' H. B. F. Macfarland, mat
Inee. and A. E. Seymour, evening.
Garden- II V Hayne: Strand W W
Spald: Columbia A. G Bishop; Cran
dall's C. C. Brooks. Carlton Houston.
I and H. W. Kidder; Cosmos H W.
Kidder; Masonic Temple EH Swae-
ly.
Speaker for the Masonic lodges
tonight are Ell Suavely. La Faette
Uidge. J C W Beall, Naval I-odge.
C. E Matthews. Hiram Lodge, James
P Schick, William R Singleton Lodge
STEAMSHIPS "'
SHORT WEEX-EKD TRIPS
To tha
SEASHORE
Old Point Comfort, Norfolk,
Va. Beach, Ocean View
Klnrst natblnc. FUhlnsr. Ilnatlns.
Lour Hate Friday Saturday,
City Ticket Office 731 13th St. A. IV.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
t.n.lnr " rjArwmh PTfi3fc
MOVING. PACKING, STOflAGE
imianic it ncpno successor 10 Walter u.
William A Co Storage, per load, 11 rcr
month N. W cor loth t ana Pa. ave. ..
W Msm I7J Established !-
MOVlNu
PADDED VANS
FLllMsllU)
Phone M KHSJll.
KREIG'S EXPRESS.
lU 11 St.-t.f N W.
STOBAOE, PACKINO -ND SHll-PINri
1I1KK IOlMl UK
blUHAtiE.. V. Oil UO
N. Utl.
SMITH'S THAfE
STORAOE CO.
Nir.in I'linvn v st.
SAFETY F1KST"
APct IT! IV Hill- prtixil." Jrron AO.
CMrru tTAi siortAUK co
Beems. J o Ai uit. ionr Hsrklee
Phone Main KS tn-tV ICIh St. S. t
'r.rVv.n7 Wsfi;
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liX-av,N,w. c Mi in jm.
sit XI.
RESORTS
THI-- WHITR MOUNTAINS OT NEW
HAMPSHIRE " For booklet writ Room
?a III Rrfy N. Tort!
wiidwood. y. j.
And
imldwod mr
TVildwood's famous bathing
beach Is admittedly tha finest
la America. Slontn rentlr
Into the Atlantic Ocean. it is
absolutely safe for women and chil
dren, becaus ot the total absence of
gullies and undertow, Fersons llvlnr
Inland bar no conception of the pleas
ure and trhllaratlon of Surf bathing.
A summer at Wllawood will do moro
to bslld up your health and strength
than anything alia la the world. Tor
beau tuny illustrated booklet
and full Information about col
lates, apartmtnts and hjttl.
writ today to
J. Whiteiell
City Clerk
vnidwood. X. J.
HOTELS
HOTEL JUDSON
U Wasblnnen Sonars Bouts
NSW TORK
Rsftned With Economy.
Fadnr beautiful Washington Souar.
Conrenlest io all stores, thsatsrs. foists
ef Interest, railroad and steamship line.
Entirely screened throughout. Cool and
comfortable.
AiirniCAN PLAN EUROPEAN PLAN
WITH MEAU. WITHOUT MEALS.
WITH nUNXI.VG WATER.
t! M per day a up.t It r per day up 1
i 00 per day A up 1 IM per day & up.2
11 CO ixr week & up 1 S.M per week A up 1
14.00 per week & up.2 I 00 per week & upj
WITH PRIVATE DAT11.
R per day A up 1 11 JO per day A up 1
I CO per day up I 1 00 per day 4 upj
17 00 per T "k 4 up.1 00 per week up 1
n 00 per nriek & up.: 11.00 per week top!
Suite or connecting room at reason,
able rate Hotel personal reprMeAtatlve
will meet truest at Railroad Station or
Steamship Piers If desired.
(No charts for thl Mrrlee.)
WMITH fOR BOOKLET AND MAP OP
crrr.
EDUCATIONAL
BEFORE GOING TO FRANCE
Tale a Short Course
FRE1CH PRACTICAL COIYERSATIOI
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
K18 14th St. N. W.
REDUCED RITES FOR ARM! AID 1ATT
LOST AND FOUND
1 1 ON EST MAX who jrtn -wronr 'Ilk hat mt
Ralfttrb Hotel, ICih fioor. -Tunc telephone
Col 1C01. Mr Hat la from DarU Soni. youra
ParkT BrMtret
PAPS Nary Yard Reward If rtumd at
onc to rOAit KiiXiUET, en nit it. nw.
SATLIIUAY. June Z, sold barpln. on dla
mond and parl Pa It able reward If
returned THE WYOMING Apt Sift
DOG St Bernard; male
rt N W Line 3M
Return to 13)7 lit
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED
AN ASSISTANT SHIPPING CLERK.
ONE WHO KNOWS AND FULLY
UNDERSTANDS THE SHIPPING OP
FURNITURE
THE HUB FURNITURE CO.,
Tin .AND D. N W.
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS Two eiperl
enced at once Apply MR BRYAN.
EEMMES MOTOR CO.ori in S I
A Rl'viIEUIAN Apply at once. THE
MODF F end Hth Us
BOY to leam plumblnc business. Apply Hit
Mt Pleasant St
BOY While with wheel, to run errands.
Arrly I A LEESE. CH sth st N TC
BOY lo ork around grocery store. Hit 18th
ftNW
BOY about 1 yrs wanted with reference
P GOLDBLATT. 1S3 Pa aS J, w . naru-
! ware store
BOT-Eiperlenced. tin roofini. tot Pa. ave.
S E
BELL, BOYS Salary thirty dollars per
month, brlnr references. COMMERCIAL
fLUB
m eiir. rav m i ..t. I.nlv 1H4U.
! Hlh si N M
"I.OREIl waller, also colored house
tnsr. for general work. Apply t once,
HOTEL I.tMiA.V Iowa Circle
DRIVERS for milk warons; also one man
for Inside work
MS 11th ST N W
j-Mim iii-H-M! mmiiHr
DRIVERS
T For Freight Wagons.
Must know the city. Good
wages for good men.
Merchants' Transfer &
Storage Co,
HllllllllllllillllHr.
ELEVATOR BOY wanted (colored) Applr
Hl G N. W. ELLKKSU.N B1
TLL -
GRim Kill. mt and proMslon clerk
Appi m: m si
WANTED
A KUHNITUTtE rKr - "Jig
V HO UNDERSTANDS PACKINO
A.M CKATIS.fi ' .....
APPLY HUH FCKNITCKE CO..
ttb AND D N. W.
JOB AND CYLINDER PRESS FEEDERS.
Apply ROYAL OLth CO.
-ill X SI H "
I ABORERS ,
IJC DAI STTADI ninth.
W It ssnMlRMLLh ''erra Colla DC
Take Brooklanu -t Soldiers Home Car.
MEN-Colored to hanr aw " "n,J
other work. Applr B. C. 1L BARTON &
1 BQ.Na.lU .-. N. K.
ni tHjfrftr layivf
j n n. .
j'"
HELP WANTED MALE
MKCIIANICSJ HELPKIt In heet metal shop.
Arplr once in) H N W.
OPERATOR on harness machine
wanted. Apply 1802 i4th St.
North 249.
r.EMABLE boy to oork at soda foun
tain. Apply NICHOLS PHARIIACT.
llh and r. are
SCHOOL- DOTS and blah school students,
with wheels, after acnool and Saturdays,
II per week and up. Apply at one, 711 lft
St. N W.
TINNERS' HELPERS
Good wages; steady work. Good
chance for advancement..
Coberth Tinning and Heating
Co., till H St. N. W.
TWO elevator boy.
APTB , U Conn ave
ROCHAMBEAU
VEOETABLE COOKS and b1p for All de
partments. BURGESS HOTEL AGENCY,
WANTED Flrtt-class colored man cook to
co to Use country Muat be able to fumUh
ptrtcnai references Apply 1TT3 Van. are,
y W . after o'clock
WHITE MAN a nlsht steward: experienced;
oxl wages for rlsht mn. Apply STEW
ARD. gHOREHAM HOTEL. 15th and K U.
at
TOUNO LADY In wboltsale candy store, on
with some store ezperlenc preferrtd. BOX
l)w, imfi oince.
TOUNtJ MAN-Hlin school srradual.. -
twitn th ates of rt-ts. to start la adver
tising; ousiness; ine salary is small, but th
opportunities to leam aaleamanshlp and tb
advertising buslnees are unusual. Apply Mr.
LAMSON. Washington Tine ogle.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to learn French dreMCiittliur,
dressmaking, designing and millinery; good
positions furnished after lsamlng. NEW
YORK .MILLINERY ACADEMY, Hit O St.
CHOCOLATE COATERS Eiperltneed. fs-
mans Apply ?iew York are. N w.
EXPERIENCED hand Iroaers. collsr
stsrehsrs and girl for Hat work Iron
ing. WEST VD LAUNDRY, 17B Pa.
riNISHESS ON PANTS; steady work, good
par, at ones 17 7th st N. w.. Ird floor.
OIRL for ineral houraworlc at one. Apply
mi un.,i. w zna noor.
Q1RL Neat colored; nousemaM In
family. Apply tea Ilia st. N. w.
LADY Young, to assist Is office. Apply at
once, -n mn si. sr w
MARKER and
11 11th st N
assorter.
W
Apply at once,
REFINED YOUNG LADIES
AS TELEPHONE
OPERATORS,
Bettfeen 18 to 23 years of age;
8th grade education; salary paid
while learning; rapid advance
ment; splendid surroundings ;jrest
rooms and dining rooms; sick
benefits.
C & P. TELEPHONE CO.,
ROOM 32.
722 12th SL N. W.
JETTXXD colored worn a for kltet.a
work Apply at once, HOTEL LOO AN,
Iowa, Circle
SETTLED WOMAN or younr jM for H-Tht
office work, one who can do tienonrmpblo
work; Mtlarr P per week. Addreju UOX 1H
Ttmeepfnee
STENOGRAPHER and tJTT.ter. prefer
ably experience., m patent work, permanent
poeltton with aood salary. Addresa BOX 47.
Tlme office
WAIST DRAPERS; nrst-clata. Apply at
once. H21 l.it nw lecnnd fioor
FOR RENT ROOMS
FurnishecL
IDEAL APT CO.. 1W Pa are-Three-room
apt.; fumlebed complete for boaekpIni.
Ink. bath, yard: ctiildren allowed SJO per
month. Main TIT7.
Uth ST. N W., 11C Third floor front room.
newly papered, neatly rurnlihed; neam
neat ;iQt nter;teiernone
HST.V. W 4n-Larte front room, M fioor.
i oeoa, next to batn, ce&iiemen. reawiuiDi
8th ST. X. E 723 Very handsome 2 and
rcom a part a. elegantly and completely fur-
niched for h. k., nS0 and $3 per montl-
Mnopln 3C05
C ST N. W . 40- Second and 3rd floor front.
eouthem expoiure. running water
Snd ST N E , U One larce room for one or
two itentlemen. near bath, twrch. continu
oua hot water In room.
6th ST. 3 E. J-7 Two rcoma furn.khed com-
roi ior nouaeaeeping. iidk; ii pr mo -
LET US DIRECT YOU
to tha best rooma in the rlty We har fa-
epected tfcem. Thera la no charca TOUNO
MEN'S CHKISTIAN ASSOCIATION. ITU O
at. N W. J4n IS4 '
Wanted
SMALL furntfthed apartment for aummer or
permanent single gentleman Addreca BOX
4K, Times office
WANTED VnfurnUhed room cheap, first
fioor. bachelor Address GEO W AS-
DEKSX 2l Mellen at fPheobuaVa.
COUNTRY BOARD
Sl'MMn IiOARDHS Country cooking,
mountain water, lath rooms, eltctru
llstiU. POPLAK II ALL. Front llojal, Va
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORKI.N-MEN-We knew jou would Bet In
had a hen jou tr to buy aa low aa we can
sell. proe It by jolng- Into any store and ie
boa much lower we trice neu reliable laat-.
can gh jou fine i election, e thcui 1 tp
jusaira old stand, i d
Mattres.es ard Boi Springs.
UATTRESSES RENOVATED and ra-Dde,
Iui. lu-oaiut attention to .ubdrtian otder.
Ctrltol Repotatlpp Co.. HI G st. nw. M. 1111
Windovr Shades.
Good qualltr Oique. It quautj et
otu-to our c ..fpaque, uuok n
.icuow TJWie. -
r.tl ,l un,r.l.. TK Una. ITS.
Best qui lUtx et
K 1. E E R LATI'S JfS ',.,
Vacuum Clerner.
VACCUM CLEANING. i PER DAT
Vtlih exrtn operator, band or clectrl
cleaners for rent. JIM per day.
NAT'L VACUUM SALe.". CO.,
MAIN 4US tth JLN'DD Mt N W
Let us estimate on your Vacuum Cleaning
and floor peiisblnc; vacuum cleaneis for
sale and rent, all popular makes SANITARY
it iiuj ia . HO- inn, r ww.
Sotta Fountain Supplies.
THERE IS MONEY In eo4a nattr-W crrr
cer V. founulns In stock, nsw or second
band, vblcb -sill ssll on liberal terms, -eieo
thine on supplies required by dispensers
r soda water IIURCH & K--PS. U'C..
Pa.av.N W Pone UslD HO.
FOR HIRE AUT0M0BIi-
riT37-TTwner:oTeTt7sSpJcnr
I , I rates, day ell .nd mootn. .
I "ol"-- liners drl.lnr Uno in '
TAXT SERVICE. Trips. Ie. ISc. Ill
"l"-L n th h 11 and 11 SO
Call Rest V Dsr and Mnt.
FOUD CARS, fl 00 and !I5 Ft" Jiutin.
Upecuurates for trip. Crful wldt (
..-. . I i-.nl
IIU1I -JISll 4'H'
CEXTRAI, TAXI StRVlCE.
Phnn, LIT-re-ln 11.
10c. 10 blocks: , city proper. JL pr hour.
sopplns: II so per nour, tourtna. All lb
craa. uew cars. z.nour ervo..
Automobile Tires.
A-l AUTOMOBILE
TIRE VULCANIZIXI,
ropl DtoKout Rer-llr II, tu P""-Bs lis
FOR EXCHANGE
CX.KAH LOTS -apltol Ile'Sbts cood loca
I loca
be la I
A. 1
uon tor lais-Ii rora louring " .."
Htin dre i to niJU -. n.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished. ,
COPLEY COURTS,
17th and Church Sts. N. W.
Ileadr for eecupanoy-lnTltiag roasrralloes.
Best of locatlta and most modem conttnw
Ucn. All Uno ouuld room and ovary
poLduaent aod bottIc.
2 to S Boom and Bath.
$28.50 to $60.00. m . .
Early JUstoaUon WUI Command PlflT
Bulte.
J. N. RUTll. Mgr.
PHONE WORTH am. .
Famished.
In the St Regis, 2219 Cali
fornia St N. W. 6 rooms and
bath; beautifully furnished;
porch. Delightful and cool in
summer. Phone Main 5260,
between 12 and 1 o'clock, or
North 7504. , .
ROYDON
"11" rar llth K. W.-1 19 s-reem apart
mnt: by ., month or jrr: total w
Tic. at apartm.nt rates: flmncf.
Wanted.
SMALL fnrnlsh.d apartment lor aum
mer or perman.nt. by stnil sentle
man. Address BOX 411 Time 0c.
FOR RENT HOUSES
TJnfnrnUhtJ.
prrrwoRTH HOUSS..
I room, bath, near th St. car . JSJ0
,m ,.,. i4t, .,)!? fin. flB.
dltlnn CO
ins Ontario pi., jr. b.: h-w-h........... i m
Buriialow la nortsit ......ITtoSM
LOUIS V. tiUMAtt,
ga Soulhsra Bids-. Pawn 11H
A. S. CAYVVOOD.
915 New York Ave. N. V.
1740 B st nw.. lOr.ttl
ia 7th nw.. ItfliSM
let E n. sr. .s
4! Qalncr nf. Ir. X0S0
SM ttth nw. Ir... a M
II IMh rw., tr. MM
V nd n.. Ir.... 1IJ0
Mt nth sw. lr.
S3 L aw., It.... a M
1017 sw., r.... TIM
M r n.. Ir.... K
tiin Ith nw.. Ir.. ZLM
n P n?lr, HJO
MS llth sw., Ir.. II M
D ., tr.... II 00 ,1n Ith nw., Ir.
SS.IM
APARTMENTS
lj Jrd
I n.. Ir..lli701 Quonw.. tr..
tr 9U SLnir.. tr
.. . it 'i r
so
UO n ..
17 JO
411 Rldco nw Ir liSo'at V m.
tr. .. 10-M
3 10th ST. K. W. 4-room hour: water.
las: 1U: whit tenants. Appir ui w .v. w.
ffOARDINO HOUSE. 1S1 Uth ST. N. W.
;l rooma. i baths: rood opportunity for risht
partr; ISO per month.
to Uth st. N. W. 10 rooms. Terr deslrabl
location: opposlt t Fortnt: pcaaloa
June lt. Ill
Armir orac. tjic roRTNtR,
"I"'
no u
' sts H, vr. Phone Korth 14TL
FOR RENT OFFICES
HANDSOME OrTICE-Hlni bulldlnr. third
floor, ISth it. tide. near. tleTator: bot. col4
and dlttllled Iced water, electric ILrhtlnr and
Janitor eervtce Included; reduced rent; lone
lea 12 detslred. Apply Manarer's office. B.
ir.Keuqrneater.
FOR SALE HOUSES
BIG HOME BARGAIN
WILL SACRIFICE FOR
84,850
oitiCsWAia valx:. t9.no.
708 G STREET N. B.
OONVSNICNT TO UNION STATION.
rOSTOtlTICE. A.ND CKVJIV1N"T
PRINTING OFiTCCE.
New bouM. uo to data and tandjomi to
reiy particular; containing six rooms, tile
bath, hot-water heat; front and back porchee;
larc lot. JSxlN; plenty room for nrare.
"isH'trr tu KuiiJtr iuoai.
Eee Owner and Builder. 7 lfrth t N. E.
OWNER LEAVING CTTT wuhei to dltpOM
oz Her beautiful ncme on rot oiac
N V. Contalnlnc 11 htrse. bright, airy
room. 4 bathe. Plenty of detect, larx aleeo-
lnr porch, bout thoroughly screened, roomy
t-aaement unaer entire doum witn muenea
room, lavatory and complete laundry Am
ple coal In bins for year's supply.
inquire ok owner.
2119 LE ItOY rLACE N. W.
THONE NORTH .01
BUY A HOME
WITH TOtnt KENT.
Br rarlnr only IJLfio per xnonth. which t-
cludes both tstore-t and montnly payrcaot
prtodpaL
ONLY ONE LEFT.
C rooma and tils bath: larce DOrchea: uaa
Lincoln Park.
upen PiiLT sna bukdat unui s p. fa.
No. 1533 C SL S. E.
ConTenlent to navy yard and Pa. ar. ears.
KANUALL H. HAUKtK fit U.U.,
1W Cwin At. M Tf Phon. Xorth HIT
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Salt.
IT WILL PAY
Tcai to Investlcate at Once Tbes- Beautiful
Greater Capitol Heights Lots
ONLY &20 EACH
Si CASH SI UOVTH
TA- II ST CAR. GET OFT Ustt ST. M B.
ONE CAH FAR. TICKETS lo.
OFFICK3. Matn Otllc. MI N T. ay.. X. W.
On Grounds, list and C at. N. C
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
IT PAYS
SI ftt lvrq SZl) Si XinSTH
o B ZANTZINaEn. 0J N. T ae N W I
bou.4 tay a Home or Investment at
(JABhN JOHN AKiS!
WHT NOT TODAT
For plate. Illustrated books and fnll partle
ulars about these Uttls farms, attractive
home sites and low rlcw. see or writ
J. S. TOMLINSON,
Kl SoUthsTn Pldr . Phone U. 7I4S.
For Rent.
ATTRACTIVE HOUSES.
Furnlihed cr unfurnUhed houses In nearby
rvlnd and Vlratnla. also farther out. at
moderate rent Some of these are especially j
deniable for men lit the retenc forces at
FOLOUis P. SHOEMAKER,
ZX Soutl-ern Bld
Pnone Main UM.
M 0 N EY WANTED & TO LOAN
SECOND TRUST LOANS
ARE OUR STFCIALTT
LOWlT RAl-3 Or INTLREST.
Writ, call, or prion
Paul V. Mitchell & Co.,
till a hi .n w
HON l-H TO LOAN vn reml estate. lowt
ra:es. trior ianieni piiileat; Utf
ai.ouutsnUR&K OTiim f'HU, 1T Uia
UO.N'UV TO LOAN-1 SO to W4 CO on D. O,
real estats. Beeral trust funds. 4 H to I pes
cent. AH transactions conducted wiu
.olc-4 consideration for liorrowera. t
VM. II fcAL'sNUEUa & CO ,
Southern Building. ICT Uth st N. W.
IP TOU NEED money In any sum. from lit
to $100, address People's Trust Co.. RosUra,
V unJ . uttl h)p yet) out j-t
"WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
RI7TI RN Tlt-KIT to Kansas or Oklahoma, i
Room 101, li II tt S W ;
CAPH Lrlce. ild fcr worn notnl.. e.lhsr
ladles' cr men's, send etTl will cat. H
TAPSHEi' law lib st nw fhone North IW.
Send for D. Notes
I l-'.Nk
PAID FOB
your furniture, carpets, stocks of merrhsn
dls.. ie Vlstn -COS. (II La. .. V V
WANTnD-Fumlture for cash. Sell yeur
oods to th. man who Klete the most coney
Eee HOrWOOD. Itb and K
WANTD -mlture. planoa. carpet, eta.
fhon' M lir or waaon or fiavu, i call.
tfCS-'IILKIt'S." t P- ve V W
V rs cin tr .11 Ith. u f rrer. rs
'ml etc Oil Tl iAV. X O
,t N JJ K J1
PRICES lncomparsbl. for new and used rtr
nlture. beurnt and sold, e-ncrr ui a, is x
T. ae, nw.: u. en; UU tut st; U. tOS.
SPECIAL NOTICES
MOUNT ALTO INN
On the Balcony of Wa.oa
New, Exceptional. Exclusive,
Unrivaled Cuisine '
nrc mjgr&.':-4 ' 'iaBi rata.,
rl tij Al r , !
BuUdiats, Fl,!?? : amopa
laErrn i-afBl B-w ,n4 '-''
Li4ljl Pr r7
34aara eetyHaBBIHHBljHHpI Amarteia.
m . PPP99I Srwlal
al- tw
Courts. K9R1V'mI Vwithi
BsMsssssLBW I " ' l
2650 Wicoin
Elrren-aer- parkl klskrst and clt ap.1 la citn 10 mlaatca kr
motor from Treasnrrt beaotlfal vlcrrat sKtlxhltal arrnadlacl array
fr-m th at, dat aad noise. Tel. Wext 1800. Boklet .a t-at.
DEATHS
WOODWARD-On Tuesdar, June I. HIT, at
IWJ W'ODUar arenu. MART CATHERINE,
yu of 8. Walter Woodward, aisd Utr
four rears.
,runeral from th . residence, Thursday.
Jua 7, at I p. m. lfllarmsat prlraw.
t rwroqjy orait powers.
IN MEM0RIAM
Niei for this Tn at aad at M
cenu Cat, either pro or poetry, la cc-
teTtMB .-.. J tl m.A tS -Ha
aa- wsai UWi krai . IU1J. sllrH W
torewea m. in exceas or ten I
uTTOERTATanft
Emb-Imen. Funeral Direct or.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
CXBSBTAXXK AND MYNT.
PI Pa. At N. W.
TeVsphnn. U. ml WAsMPtOTOW. P. C. .
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Ot tT daecrlpUon- iheclsram ptlaas.
a DDE.
mirir w. w
MONUMENTS
llONUMEJfTS 13 trp; befora xnenrtnf will
sell all monnznrnta at cost before May SL
DU JUTXITS MONUUENT WORKS. 7X 10th
et. N. -. near H.
Vital Records.
Births.
Ceorxe and Amelia RoneoUolo, lirl.
Andrew and CatertpA Uafraslo rlrl.
Charles B. and Elsie M. Uanraa. boy.
Ediar O. and Battle Klnr. boy.
James H. and Irenr tt Hanson, boy.
Fnend o. and Uabel i iialsteaa. alii.
John W. and Bora O. Ganley. clrL
Henery w. ana uary i. inoya. riru
Herbert X. and Kfte V. carneal. boy
Edward C and Fava Bebta bor
Robert St. and Helen L. Baker, boy.
WlUlam 8. and Rosa U Adams, girl.
IlarrUon C and Macrle R. Jackson. lt,
Beojamta and MaxrU UawUna. strt.
Alfred and AUca Green. xlrL
John and Uary Qrlfn alrl.
WlUtam F. and Ruth N. Dorsey, trlrl.
Joreph aad Selena Darts, boy
James X. and Josephine Campbell, gtrL
Maniajte Iienaa.
Eamnel T. Burch. 22; Lucy J. Prfddy. 3;
both of Richmond. Va. Tha Rer. sazuei
H. Martin.
Conway C. Thomas, 23; ella I. Ihilley, 1:
Dots or cnariottesnue, a Tna iter, jonn
IL Jeffries.
Ernest Seafone. SO: Maria TraTaahltnL 37.
The Rer. IoalnIc !. Domlanl.
Dr. Claud W. Mitchell. 3; Flora KoIX. it,
Tha Rer. s. l Greene.
Deaths.
Amanda SL DutiJI. SO yrtL, 1803 Brenttrood
road. V
Joseph X Asqulth. 44 yrs CM and jyni
aTe, D. C. V
Anna B. Scofleld. II yrs., tha Cumberla4
Ants. X
Mary V. Bentlay. TS yrs. 111. R st. nw, '
Arell J. wearer. 44 yrs.. Nat. Homeov Ho.
John Ardeeser. (5 yrs.. Tuberculosla Hos.
Emma --ameers, m yrs.. casualty uo.
Alice E Brran. S3 rra . HIS Pa. aT. sa.
Davld G. Mohler. TO yrs., 13CS C st. sw.
Alfred J. Myers. 33 yra,, St. Elisabetha Hoe,
William Cooke. 4S yrs.. Garfield Hoa.
John Overton. ST yrs , St. Elizabeth's Ho.
Hazel panlels. 4 yra . Garfield Hos.
Chscteen Bumbry. S4 yrs ,303 Uth st. nw.
CLAIRVOYANTS
ZANCIGS
Pyschic, Palmist and Seer.
Zandrs never misrepresents: PROVES
every statement made from records on Ale.
PRIVATE CONSVtsTATION ROOMS. All
business confidential. Gives instant relief
and permanent help and advice to ttos
that have SECRET TROCBUES OR PER
PLEXITIES I LOVE. DIVORCE,
CHANGES. JOIIRNETS. SPECULATION,,
DOMESTIC OR BVS1NES3 AFFURS.
SOLVES TOUR FRQBLCUS rUll IOLT,
Succeed even in the most difficult cases.
where all others have failed.
SOLVES THE MOST DIFFICULT QUES
TIONS in all affairs of life, helps reunite the
separated, shows you how to win those you
deflre. Improve your home and business, re
move evil Influences, develops your hidden
powers and shows you how to use them
His patrons say. "He la far In advaxtc
of th ordinary readers you meet
IS TOUR BU8INES3 RUN DOWN Is
your boms In danger tf betnr; broken up?
ARK IUU l?i T11UUUI.C' it anciffs
show you the way out. (When elttln for a
readlnr ask for Zanclaa bulletin, containing
the 'iCalser's" and "President Wilson's"
readmr, with war indications, published in
19CC 113 ard brouabt up to date.) Special
readlr.es. SOc and II ZANCIGS STUDIOS. 904
llth st nw (above Eye) Hours, 10 to 7.
OPPOSITE FRANKLIN PARK.
MKb. R. LUSBY,
BCIENTIFIC ILAND RADI.SC. NORMAL
C AlKt OVAMT. AdvU. dlits on personal
ar aeneral uattars ihroujn PSYCHIC AiUi
QUESTIONS All latest (at. carus. AI
IMlIA CRISTA-. LaUles onlr. Closed
ir. Ova till JI. IJceneetf.
73312th St. N. W.. 2nd floor.
line fAVCR Greatest Card Reader and
maO. Jt I Cf. clairvoyant. Reaoina,
23i, Studio, 117 1st S. W. M. ?kS2-J. Urs, -J.
M1C f PXriClatrvoyant. palmist and
AtC rrI I - reader, advlc on all
a-alrs: nour 1M. 10S O st. aw Read . .
PROFTd. B. BRUCE
THE GREAT AUSTIIA-IAX
r-ALillST AD CAIIlOYAJT
Can be consulted on all affairs 1JA Walter
n s Hours t a. m to 111 p. m., aundays,
to ; p m. Pn Inc.ia
. -i l PmlmlBt
Ctalrvnjsata
rroi. .Mn.mwriLN w pn.d.iui:
fta1ti,T nelly alUfagttn gur open .
SPIRITUALISM
t V I A DXtJ A M VHTCn
Trance tet and business medium circle to
night at for spirit messages, also answer
oufstlons. readlns dnll. om all affa m of
life Paflprs :TT 1Mb st N W second
" . . .. re.liimr.l i
tSIIarnCf Hum --" "
MRS. MAMIE STEVES ffJgES"-
Resdlnss ds.Ur: ssance Tues. Thur. ess..
f p m : Frl . i P m 1- M IU N. J ... sT
.. nonlWWCI I Clalrrorant. Trance
11115. D-i-'1, ik.i- Medium; tell past,
present future, glee names, advice on bue.
nesi lawsuits, love, borne, separations.
cne. health, etc ; s p m tct l N W.
uim ROTH i".9--Y "'.''.
ii,... ni'a.uia jieaaings aall.
eeauve Tuu and Tnura. Near Il.b st v.r
UDS WHITF W0 U t S. E. Eeance
.K. wnilCfju, WkL -ri . p.
m , prlv. dallr- AsaeostU cars pas. . li-V
Mr blunders ,3 Iit Jf. w.. spirtt-
ft.rS. OaUllUCI- u, aium. He
dally. Meetinr Sunday-, Tuesday es Friday
tea , I p. n. Developing: Thursday Temxs.
MRS. H M.NOIAN -TdTum
T.-d'nT dall erlrttrsl tenlcet Sunday anl
r . : .lit or -
riOri--.S ANU PERICLES
EE'EN HORSES and 2 mini, ant of use,
Rtivia Pa. avW.
SPECIAL NOTICES
Avenue N. W.
NOTICr 18 HERSBT OIVEM THAT a P
cUI meetinr ot th stockholders or th
MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE BANK,
eorporatMB or t District ot Columbia. Is
called br t Secrttarr. by order et tha
Board el Directors, and will be celd en TUB
MTU DAT OF JUNE. UIT. at I o'clock p. SU.
at tho Bank. Tenth street and Grant place
N. W Was Uiiton. IX C to consider and
approT. the action et th Board ef Directors
ot m14 ax ta recessMedina- th. al of t
real aetata aad ether assets et the Bank b
whole or part, Includlni lu Charter, la ae
cordance wlta a resolution paed at a mt
Ins ot the Board ef Directors ef sala Ban
held April M. 1111. Thla men will also
consider anr ethar business ef the corpora.
uo wmc Dsr se lawxuiiy- oroasns oerore .
IStnedl A. . BUXO.V, Sretury.
MOtl, O. BELT, R. D. BARRETT. E. It.
DTER. E. r. VIAREAN. W. J. VcIVOT. E.
V. NOTES. JULIUS WZNIO. U. O. RXA.
PAN. Board of Directors.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO TICKETS for JaeksonTllle. ria.
ell cheap for Quick sale. CM N. J.
N. W.
wm
are.
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES
McCray Refrigerator Co.,
Retrlttratora That Are Cnea
611 FST. N. W.
We IldBJidRe Rsfrtserators.
FISHING TACKLE. JTC
FISHING TACKT.g, baseball and tes
Cooos; mejnm m sreppues. &--
tb Tth m. r. lOpp 1
TLB n.
R. U.
PERSONAL
STATIC VIOLET &
chlropodr. Mt Xesols Bld(. UU eVO.il. KM.
X MY Ft 1 IS Manleurlnj; and Seals
AJUI CUUIO Trentmeot. til .Ith
N, TV . ar-rtment 1. npra hpndatb
MRS. ORA L. FIELD ftgglZZ
meat: fee and scalp. tlS H nw . 2nd floor.
MISSJAMERON ggSFSifZ
a. to f p. m. N. X, are. ar. aee. Xeor.
Mis? Moore. 1?c?MSS7!,
ja. . ouivn, oup-TMjr ,nirojxxjy
Mrs. E. ayburn n?'rl.,r!S5
r K W. M Boor, erer Rlksr A Hea-nan.
Mafilda Willims g gg
imiith tt. w. Apart. -rTtrtoe.
VlM rr" Treatment
habit
sll,l",' Cleen In prlracr of patleal
ra
Some; et-anre reaaonable. Call if. sue.
MISS CAIN SSlfa tS1 IF'uVX
Art. 1. Phone Main T a.
M a ve "Ltnu and Deo. Scalp Treat.
Mrs C. Cohan, til nole bid-. M. IIOJ.
DR. REED,
SPECIALIST, J
804 Seventee-th Street.
Over 30 Yeare'S?SS2a2!H
and special Dlesi ef Ilea and Women.
Means health to you if you suffer
from Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism. Conas
penes, FUee. Threat, Ltmc. Brain. Heart.
Blood 'and Skts Dtseases, Nmi DekUJtr,
Kldner Diseases, Bladder Treuhlea. 8pi
Blood Fotsonlnff. Eruptions, Ulcers, and AH
Prlrat Disease Cured for LU by Safe
Xletheda. ,
sx; Bacteria Vaccine, and all the new see
rums and antl-toxtna administered.
Charges low. Medicine furnished.
CONSULTATION FBEE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Office hours' 19 to 1. 1 to t Sunday. 1 to IL
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE la hereby jrfTen that on the thirtieth
day of June. 1317. will expire all licenses
rranted by tha Assessor of the District ef
Columbia to the proprietors ot automobiles.
auto-vehicles, electro-vehicles, hacks, cabs,
omnibuses and vehicles of all kinds for hira
used for the transportation of passengers
fstxht-seeinr automooues axceptea. pore
brokers who do not charge a greater rate o
interest than t rer cast per annum, private
banks and bankers (not Incorporated), and
the Washington Stock Exchange. Said 11
censes must be promptly renewed by all per
rons desiring to continue business after tha
above named date. Wit. P. RICHARDS. A
seseor. P C
PROPOSALS
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Supervising
Architect's Office. Washington. D. C.,-Juj
4. 117. 6EAIEI S'KOPOSALS will ba open
d In this office it I p. m. June 15. ST. (ae
Ttlri to -.levators in the United Stitea
Treasury Building. Washington D. . In ac
cordance with the speclflcatlon. copies o
which may be had at this office LA the discra
tion of the Supervising Architect, JAS. A.
WETMORE. Acting Supervising Architect.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. c7
June . 191? SEALED PROPOSALS will
be received at this office. Room 9. District
Building, until Z o'clock P M.. on June II.
1J1T. for the construction of approxlrrately
tX linear feet of pipe sewer. C and 15'
diameter. In the District of Columbia. Forma
of proposals, specifications and necessary in
fonratlon may be obtained from the Chief
Clerk. Engineer Department, Room C? Dis
trict Building. Washington. D C OLIVER
p NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW.
CHARLES W. KUTZ, Commissioners D C.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA. June .. UlT.
8EALED PROPOSALS wilt be received at tha
office of the Secretary of the Board of Com
missioners. Room s09. District Building, until
2 o'clock p m. June U, 1717. for alts rations
and cell work at Police Station No. Z. at
Fifth street N W Jetaeen M and N streets.
Blank forms of proposal, plana and speclflca
tlons and all necesiary information may ba
obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engineer De
partment Room C7. District Building1. Wash
ington. D. C A deposit of Cts dollars will
be required from bidders to insure the return
of the plans an J" specifications. OLIVER P.
NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW. C. W.
KUTZ, txmmissioners u ;
OFFICE COMMISSIONERS. D. C, Wash
ington, June 1st. Ml, Sealed proposals
will be recelted at the office or the Secre
tary to the Board of Commissioners. Room
Ui9, District Building, until 2 o'clock p m.
on Monday, July nd. 111?, for reconstruct
ing a portion of wall on Canal Rnad be
tween Aqueduct Bridge and Foundry Branch.
Forms of proposals, specifications and neces
sary information may be obtained from tha
Chief Clark. Engineer Department, Room
4-7. District Building. OLIVER p. NEW.
MAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW. CHARLES W.
KUTZ Commissioners, D C
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, D. a. '
Washington. May 31st. 1M7. Sealed Propos
ala will be received at the office of tha Sec
retary to the Board of Commissioners. Room
(09, District Bulldlnr. until o'clock P. M.
on Saturday, June Uth, int. for construct
ing two bridges in tee line ot tFUty-first
ttrt between Southern avenue and Clay
itreet northeast Forms of proposals, speci
fications and nece.rary Information may ba
obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engineer De-
Irartmont. Room 427. District BuUdrag.
OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWN
LOW. CH 1 TTT.rs W. iX'TZ. rnirnlMlopgu
D. C,

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