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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THITRSDAY: JUNE 14; 1917.
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QUEEN SERVES RICE
. IN SLUM KITCHEN
Thousands of Unwashed Eat
From Royal Hands.
PRINCESS MARY GIVES AID
North Lambeth'Secb'on of London
Overcome by the Honor.
LONDON. June 14 While thou
sands of dirty faced ragged children
screamed applause, and beery faced,
frowsy mothers roared a deeper tons,
the Queen of England and the Prln
cess Mary drove to North Lambeth
to open a new public kitchen for the
food controller The Queen ladled
out boiled rice with her own royal
hands, and the princess collected the
food tickets and speared them on the
flies until over 2,000 meals hsd been
served.
London's great extremes of riches
and squalor were never shown In
znore decisive contrast.
The little vicar of the neighbor
hood church bent himself almost
double, and his face was red as the
mayor's scarlet robe when Queen
Mary shook his hsnd and ssld "How
do you dor" His little son of three
years, all decked out In starchy Sun
day school clothes, wriggled with
childish diffidence at the touch of the
Queen's hand on his bsby cheek
"The Queen," said the lcar after
ward, "the Queen, she shook hsnds
with me and she gave my little boy
a pat on the cheek. The Queen asked
me "I this your little son? The
Queen did that."
Queen Serve Tnem AIL
After the movie men finished
"shooting" the royal mother and her
daughter the neighborhood began to
file past the food counter. Soup
bowls, pitchers, platters, plates,
saucers, and buckets, some washed
as they had never Been washed be
fore, others with their nstursl demo
cratic coat of grease were shoved
Into the white-gloved hands of the
elegant lady In gray. The lady would
smile and ask "What do you want?
KleeT Roast beefr" The Queen did
that. These unwssbed. brown tooth
ed,
yellow complexioned natives of
the neighborhood were going to eat
food served by the Queen herself
Some were so overcome by the
rent that they tilted their platea and
spattered the floor with rice puddlng
Bald Queen Mary to one dark-haired
young woman- "Aho these jour chil
dren?" "They are, mum." the girl
replied. "They are. all seven of 'em
Thank you, mum." She straightened
the little brood Into single file and
marched out at the head of her own
procession, carrying plates of boiled
rice, gelatine, pudding, and roast beef.
Princess Mary, without looking at
the reference books, is about nine
teen She would be rated a "pippin"
at any Junior "prom" In any Ameri
can school. A high school senior
would notice that ahe haa pretty blue
eyes and the kind of a mouth that
waa made for sundaes at the corner
drug store on these hot summer even
ings. Standing alnajs close by her
mother's side, she seemed slightly
"fussed" during the ceremonial pres
entations, Her hands shitted some
what nervously, while her pink
cheeks flushed a deeper pink.
Pop lias Look At Queen.
At the doorway of the food klchen
stood a London bobby, straight and
soldierly His Job was to regulate
the flow of customers. An Inquisitive
fox terrier, dirty In harmony with the
neighborhood and sniffing hopefully
the scent of roast beef, was shooed
away by the cop. Undaunted, the
purp hid among the next batch of
customers and sneaked In to have a
look at the Queen. And he was such
a nervy, persistent little cuss that the
titled ladles clustering her majesty
allowed him to sta "Good-by," said
the Queen to various people when the
neighborhood had been fed.
Even a Queen can't be expected to
distinguish In a crowd between those
who have been presented to her and
those who havent. So Queen Mary
nodded and said "good-by" to an oral
nary American reporter It "fussed'
him a little, but he mustered his party
manners and got off a "good-by" of
his own. Princess Mary didn't make
the same mistake.
WOUNDED THREE TIMES,
MAC WANTS REVENGE
Southerner in London Hospital
Awaits Americans' Coming.
IJNDOJT. June 14. Introducing Mr.
Barry McMlchael. of Augusta, Ga
llic haa been strafed thrice by the
Kaiser's missiles, but he hasn't taken
the count yet, and all he wants is an
other shot at a spiked helmet.
Mac learned the game In the Second
United States Cavalry He Joined the
Fifteenth Canadian Battalion In June,
1915 A machine gun bullet hit his
leg In the fall of that year Back
from the hospital, a shell fragment
nicked his brow as be went "over the
top" In a charge.
Back once more from "bllghty,"
Mac took a stretch and a awn In
view of the German trenches and a
bullet bored his Jaw, remolng five
teeth. Today In the hoapltal, the sol
dler of the South Is Just getting on
his feet again He wants to Join the
Americans when they arrive and his
ear Is eager for the welcome sound
of "Dixie "
HIS "GIRL" BABY A BOY,
FATHER GETS WORRIED
Says He Thinks Hospital Switched
'Em on Him.
CHICAGO, June 14 Frank Darla Is
pytlled. His baby girl has turned
out to be a boy
"I believe the County Hospital doc
tors have switched babies on me,
said the dumfounded Davis.
Mrs Mary Kenny Davis died in the
jirs "I" "a vis aiea in tne
l-ounij nuipuu arcq , v. nen tier
baby waa born. DaWe saya the nurse
told him th baby was a elrl. Th
Toabr remained In the hoenltal thre.
weeks. It was a One, healthy Infant j
Davis went to see It frequently AU
the while he thought It was a girl
On his last visit he found a sickly
Infant with a wan, pinched face He
took it out of the hospital and placed
it in the care of Mrs Suranna Schroe-
der. a nurse Mrs. Schroeder tele
phoned him later the baby was a boy
Da is called on the hospital doctor!
to explain They told him they had
known all along It was a boy
Dr Carl Mejer. of the County Hos
pital, produced the records of that
Institution, which showed the baby
had been registered as a boj
"There can be no mistake, said Dr.
Meyer "A label with the name of
the mother is attached to the leg nt
every baby born In the hospital The
label can't come off I attended Mrs.
DaIs and remember distinctly the
baby was a boy Besides the records
show it was registered here as a boy.
Davis has his own child"
STORES RUM FOR LIFE,
RUT LAW NABS IT ALL
Nebraskan Loses 4,000 Gallons,
His Forty Years' Supply.
OMAHA. June 14 Before State
wide prohibition went into effect in Ne
braska on May 1 of this year, Anton
Larson, a farmer living near Omaha,
went around to a life Insurance com
pany, had himself examined and found
that according to the mortuary tables
he would probably live for forty years.
Then Larson bought himself a forty
years' supply of liquor and salted it
away out at his farm. He built a spe
cial house for the liquor and stored
It away In the most systematic manner.
There were 4.000 gallons of beer,
whisky, brandy, wine, and other drinks.
Larson had estimated that he would
drink 100 gallons every year for the bal
ance of his lifetime. That Is nearly a
third of a gallon a day
Under the Nebraska prohibition law
an Individual can have a "reasonable"
amount of liquor In his own home,
provided his supply was purchased
and laid in before the law went Into
effect. After the law became effec
tive no further liquor could be
brought Into the State.
But Larson made one mistake in
storing his life supply or liquor. The
law provides that the liquor shall be
kept in the home. Larson had con
structed a special house for his liq
uor. It was not actually In hls.home.
so Sheriff Clark raided the place and
brought the entire supply down t-
the courthouse, where It fills several
rooms.
Not only waa hit 4.000 gallons
taken, but tha court placed & fine of
$100 on Larson for having liquor In
his possession outside of his home.
"LADY fflGHWAYMEN"
LATEST IN CHICAGO
Strong Arm Amazons Rob Gotham
Drummer in Hotel Room.
CHICAGO, June 14 When Sara
Schlff seta back to New Tork he'll
tell the folk a story that will fade
those yarns about Indians and stage
coach hold-ups "out In Chicago "
Sam was sorting; his samples he's
a salesmanlast night In his room- In
the Palmer House. He had left the
door ajar A woman, blond, weight
not lees than 165 pounds, and well
dressed, stepped In. Sam said she
was a stranger to him, and when ihe
asked him where the ladles' parlor
waa he told her and went on working.
Just then another women entered,
and Sam says before he knew It
those two husky amazons had gripped
his arms and extracted 1100 from his
pockets. The next Sara knew the
women had flung him on the bed and
had gone and locked the door
But In a city of woman suffrage
and policewomen, why not highway
women as well? It was reasoned by
the drummer
CABLES TO ENGLAND BUSY
Closer Co-operation Between Coun
tries Is Evident.
LONDON. June 14 Evidence of
closer co-operation between America
and England are found In the tremen
dous rush of business done by the
cable companies One company aiaa
been forced to abandon deferred rate
measages and all night rates for week
end letters
According to a Western Union re
port, this Is due to the Increased fa
cilities, and it la known that the ar
rival of General Pershing, together
with the presence of the American de
stroyer flotilla, requires much ex
change of intelligence and an enor
mous wire traffic between London
and New Tork
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1700 per week A up I CO per week 4 up I
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Suites or connecting room at reason
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For booklet write Boom
New Tork
Wild wood, N. J.
j(n
?ILDW0QD CRESr
WUdwood famous bathing
beach 1 admittedly the flneit
In America. Sloplne centlr
Into th Atlantic Ocean, It la
absolutely s&fe for women and chil
dren, became of the total abaenca of
gullies and undertow. Persona living
Inland hare no conception of the pleas
ur and exhilaration of snrf bathing
A umm?r at Wild wood will do mora
to build up your health and strength
than anything elaa In tha world. For
beautifully Illustrated booklet
and full information about cot
taga. apart menu nd hotels.
writ, today to
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City aerk
WUdwood. X. J.
Atlantic City. N. J.
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Tha bouts of serrlca and tha .homo of tha
epicure Atlantic Clty'a newest flieproof
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premises with chauffeur rooms American
snd European Plans. Summer bookings now
betas ria4
JOEL HILUIAT4. Proprietor.
Booklets and Information at Harvey's
Restaurant.
Penn.
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Before Going to a Spanish Country
Take a short course
SPANISH PRACTICAL CONVERSATION
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
II 14th St N vr
TOST AND FOUND
IRISH TERRIER DOO-Haa name Dennis.
122S Connecticut are on collar Return to
above address Reward $3
COLD MEDAL.
Liberal reward If returned
MRS E T VAX III8E.
1214 llth at. X. t
RAILWAY TICKET. Waahlngton to Weet
Point over Pa R. R. Reward If returned
to A Donnallr. 1812 I at X W
HELP"WANTED MALE
ADVERTISING 150LICITOR-Eiprtncal.
liberal commission, leads furnished, no
drawing account artists need applr Apply
MR. LA3JSON. Uashlncton Times office
BOTS and younr men, wltn wheels, $10
week and up permantt position Apply
at ooce DIME MESSENGER SERVICE.
Inc 717 12th st N W
BREAD BAKER riratUsa
Mlchifan are N. E
Apply at 7C3
OOAT MAKERS at one, of elrtllan and
army coata WIXEMAN. U8 r N W
COLORED BOT with reference Apply 411
PaaeN JSV
TOLORED BOTS to work around lunchroom
dlahwaabera and bua boya HERBERT'S.
DSC. 411 th at
ENOINEER Lleenaed. familiar with rerrlg
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GLAZIERS-Flve DYER BROS. Til llth
ELEVATOR
OPERATORS
AT ONCE.
APPLY STARTER,
MUNSEY BUILDING.
HOUSEMAN Bright energetic, experienced
who underatand driving auto reference
required Apply MR SACKS, care Chapln
Sacks Mfg Co
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
For young man to learn adver
tising, must be aggressive and
not afraid of work; salary. Apply
Classified Dept., The Washington
Times.
MAN WANTED-AMERICAN BOTTLE CO..
34 Loulatana ave N W
PAPERIIANOERS and acrapera at once.
come prepared for work H. H DODD, 111
ethat N E
;PRE8SER-At enc
s ra
are S E
PRESSERA Two at once, good pay.
TER-3 1M7 llth atNW
PRES8ERS Two at once
lUBU 8 E
PORTER and praaaer In tailor ahop
POTTER 111 14th at
A "H
PORTER for dry gooda atore. muit hare raf
erence Apply If? ra ae N tV
PORTER-Arply llVB "rURNm-'RE CO".
7th and I eta N t
SCHOOL BOTS and high school rtudenta,
with wheala, artcr scbool and Saturdaya,
11 per week and up. Apply st ono. IV llth
at. N W
TRIMMPR For sutomobll topa allp corera,
and body work ateadr Joh W T LAW
1X)N A SOVS 1704 M at N W
TWO COOKS and two waltera 1117 O
WHITE PALACE LUNCH
WAITER one buaa boy on dlahaaahtr
7
13S New Tork ae
W
1ANTCT
VC tT xcaptlocAl opportunitr for tKfcool
boys nd blub vchool tud4ntt wtih whIi
for tb u mm tr month, ru&rante H pr
wtek tnd up Applr ' onc,
111 Uth 8T NWj
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
Applr s H
HOLLj-uND AD A1IS EXPREl
S3 CO. Snd
nd Eyy f N K.
TO UNO UAN-Hlnn fhool rradaat bt
twMn lb tM of S3, to attar. In adrar.
tltlnr Luclntia tha aalarr U imall but th
ofrportunitltF to learn twltrafmanphlp and tha
advtmUlnt bualneta ara unuiual Apply Mr.
T.Afar,vJ WnMnrtnn Tlxna-i oiTIr.
1 1-1 'T&'tV r7ftg
bsi rr v ip ii i i cas
aWaamTafj5ilTyfifiriafclrafl.Tnffl
HELP WANTED FEMALE
COOK Neat colored tlrl to cook and to
general houeework brine references, so
home nlshle Arrtr 1HT Park rood
OIRLS-8TERLINQ LAUNDRT. M7
8 W
MARKERS and areortere Hat and starch
work, and ehlrt flnlihere. lady clothe!
Ironer and etarcher
MANGLE HANDS at one. Apply PALACE
tfcfc..;JW. ..1 M JU1 II K w
REFINED YOUNG LADIES
AS TELEPHONE
OPERATORS,
Between 18 to 23 years of age;
8th grade education: salary paid
while learning; rapid advance
ment; splendid surroundings; rest
rooms and dining rooms; sick
benefits.
C & P. TELEPHONE CO..
ROOM 32.
722 12th St N. V.
8ALESLADT Experienced. WEST END
Sc and 10c STORE lin pa. are N W
SAIX6LADT Experienced: furnlih refer
ence, salary 4 and commlialons Call be
tween ( and I p. m OARREN-S. MT H N E
VEGETABLE COOKS, maids, pantry women
for reeorta. way paid BUROKSS HOTEI.
AOr.NCT. M8 10th it N W
WAITRESS Short hours.
M Fa. are. N.
w
WAITRESSES Experienced, white.
us uate, mn snq q w w
WA1TRES8E8-Thr white.
Apply st
once 401 Q at. N. W.
WHITE chambermaid. Applr Raleljti Hotel
cpuscsjggypr.
TOUNO LADT aa general office aaalrtant;
mutt ba rood penman and quick at flcurea
Applr at once WA8H1XGTON NEWS CO.,
. .i
I 4th at X W
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
CASH prices paid for worn clothing, elthat
ladle.' or men'a: sand poatal: will call. B.
TARSHEg. iaa th at. aw Phone North M.
Send for D. Notes pifrfpo"
jour fnrnlturr. carpeta. atocka of merchan.
dlie. eio. Main 1004. 411 La. st. n W.
WAXTED-rurnltur for caah. Sell toot
goods to tha man who Urea the moat Kooer.
Sea HOPWOOD. lib sad : a
WrrESrHi?'iu'' Pianos, carpets, eta.
T.t.o-.iiiAa, wjv rm. m w.
we pay csan for all kinds of paper, rage.
Junk. etc. Call TOKUT LO VVilT 0S O
at. N W. M ten
PRICES lncomparahla for new sad oaed ru
muuct, nui waa aoia- encrmaa"a. 10U H.
T a nw.; M 4a. nu fth nw; N Utt.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SEVERAL SPARE PIANOS and reed or-
sna to oe girrn swaj xor in cartage, T a
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BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WORKIXGMEX Think about and devote
Taluable time to aeelnc this, lha Iap..t
and beet etock of allghtly uaed aulta at 45 up.
you will b aure to find big alue. It meana
aarlng caah for th hustler, also ae the new
panta II up. aare caah. JUSTH'S OLD
BTAXD. tl D
Mattresses and Box Springs.
UATTRES3ES RENOVATED snd ra-rde,
41.60. prompt attention to auburban otdara.
CSapltcl XUnoTatlon Co.. 441 Q at. nw. M 1114
Window Shades.
Ooed auallty svaone. Bort quality et
fitted to rour a eeoBaua. buns n
wttdow Jfra .... .. "
w oau wttn aampiaa. pa, una. its.
KLEEBLATT'S 'SfSfg
Vaennra Clement.
VACCUM CLEAXrXO. U PER DAT
With expert operator: hand or lctn
deanera for rent: 11 JO pr day.
NATL VACUUM SALES OT1 '
afArN41H 4th AJ.DD mi. H T
Let ua atlmat on your Vacuum Cleaning
ann floor pollihtng; racoum cleanara for
aala and rent: an popular make SANITARr
METHODS Ct. U02 ltth. X. 41U.
Soda Fountain SnppHes.
iHtitc in tiunKi in sooa waur wi oarry
otr 3 founUIna Is stock. nw or saodnd
hand which wa will sail on liberal terms. iaU
everything oa auppllas required by dispensers
t Kali water BURCH A KLEPS, UN a. 4M
Fa. are N W Phone Ualn 91t
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
GROCERY and confectionery store, cheap If
old at once 107 7th st N F
BALTIMORE CAFE PROPERTY, fixtures,
ate , will bear Invert 1 sat Ion Kr particu
lars. JOSEPH II M ELL EN Attorney-at-Law,
HUE Djaltimora st . Bait! mora. MJ
REFRIGERATORS ilCE BOXES
McCray Refrigerator Co.,
Refiifferatora That Are Unequlad.
611 psr. n. w.
Wa Build and Reralr Refrlgeratora.
FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
81.SO i ew Chevrolet care Special
- . I ratea. day, week and month.
tZ per hour, .,,. 1M
TAXI PER VICE. Tripe. Ke. ISO.
iva"1 Br th hour. Jl a and tl-SI.
Call Weet 4 Day and Nlgnt.
FORD CARS. II m and 1. PER HOUR.
Special ratea 'or tripe. Cararul whit chauf-
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Automobile Tires.
A-l AUTOMOBILE
TIRE VULCANIZINO.
Sample Blowout Repair. II; tub imtcha Urn
up GIBSON, g H at N W
For Sale
(-PASSENGER Overland nearly new. at a
bargain Inquire of Janitor, 1229 I at. N W
BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed information concernint; the following opportunities may b
secured free of charge upon application to
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LABOR. 801 MILLS BUILDING.
KET TO ABBREVIATIONS UsKLi. 11UW-Free board, lodging- and
waahlnc. P1I Per month. PW Per week. PD rer day. PH Per hour.
BAL Free board and lodslnc. HQP&1I Unfurnlahed house, garden, fuel
and milk. ES English speaklnc. Exp Experienced. Tr. Adv. Transport
tatlon may be advanced under favorable conditions.
Unleas otherwise stated. It will be underatood that all opportunities
are of a permanent nature, and th help I deanred as soon as possible.
Illatrlrt of Columbia. I Mrth and grade reboot education to learn
lTM-'A anted Vt) ehlpwrlghta or carrentera
for b Hiding aubmarlne cnaeera nr m
tlorsllt Married or rlngle Wmtn de
pend uion ability of IndMdual not leva
than H PD Regular boura. Work will
Kn-A boy about li or 14 yeara of age to do
general v.ork waaning aienre ' "
at It PW Either colored or white Would
take a man If no bo aellable. and agee
favtMatal iKaa ea.saaaa mA
17V4-W anted i Janitor to ear for horee and
carruge or aa cnatineui tar. w. ..,
chorea etc Zi Til OIL
llaaanrhuaetta.
lTXtl-Worceater Co Wanted 15 foundry la
oorera Idaiel 3ic ni. moiaera . .---PH.
large lathe handa (dayal at 40o. Ml
Irlghtai I at 50c rll vertical boring mill
hand inlghtal at S rll horlxontal boring
mill hand Idaya) at 40c PH. large planer
handa (nlghtel : at . PH erector (daya)
10 at 40c rll aaaeroblera (dayal i at Sic
PH 1 Billiard ertlra! turret lathe hand
at ,4"c ril Any nationality Married or
alngle 10 hrr rD with time and a half.
Slarjlnnd.
ir04-Ba'tlraor Co Wanted 1(" alngle men
agea ;t to Zl ra . for general wwj .
Laual factory houra II SO-IJ-W TD
rennaylvanla.
lint McDowell Co Wanted 1"0 laborera
milldlng concrete country rnau cpftnien.
Ruaalan Pollen Hungarian American
IWhltei Tr adr and deducted 10 bra
PD So PH
J-47 A-Alleeheny Co Wanted X0 elngle
men fo- outeld conetructlon ork Inelde
truckera material nandlera, etc at lc PH
day 30c PH night and 10 per cent bonua
Alao eeml-ekllled young nien of American
FOR RENT ROOMS
Famished.
EAST CAPITOL OS Lars parlor private
bath, kitchenette, rented alsrla or en aultt,
by day, week or month. Ph. Lino. 4102.
Ith ST N W , 102 Larre aecond floor front
room, neat to bath, telephone, reasonable
K ST N W . tli 2nd floor front. ( wtndowa,
5 doeeta 1 beds. or 3 gentlemen
14th ST X W . SP (Paclflo Hotel) RunnlnaT
water In rooms, moderate rates to tran
stents
722 5TH 51. IN. fc. beautiful
2, 3 and 4 room apartments
elegantly ana completely fur
nished for housekeeping; very
reasonable. Lincoln 3005.
llth ST N W . lOlfr-Two fumlahtd rooma
for bouaekeepUis. porch, tea floor
IITH ST X W. M llallroom and parlor,
central! located, plentx hot water, rent
reetonable
ltth ST. N V . 12K One room. 2nd floor,
neat to bath. tlO per month
12th ET X W , 0 Two rooma In basement
for nouteKfepins or ouimeia . yara.
nth ST 11(1 APART 1 Larsa clean nleelr
furnlahed front room
Jnd ST N E. lJ-Entlre nl floor. 1 lare-e
rooma. kttcnenttta. contlnuoua hot water;
atam heat, saa and bath.
LET US DIRECT TOU
te the boat rooma in the eltr. We bev Is.
ipected tbem. There ta no chart. TOTTNO
liEX'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 1IM O
at. W. W Ualn liM
Unfurnished.
EAST CAPITOI. ST.. SS-Thlnl floor, four
houaekeeplna rooms: porch, sink. sas. new-
T painted, ll
rth ST N. W . un-Three-room .flat.
tn4
floor, lnciuaua" usnt anaceat, IB.
lfth ST. X. W . IKS One brlsht aeoont floor
room adjoining cam, h montn. pn r. ise.
RHODE ISLAND AVE. X E.. Z17-ThrM
rooma and porcn. n.w p.; cheap.
Furnished or Unfornished.
Xlth ST N W
aftr I p. m
1021 Lrr room; h.w h. Call
Wanted
GENTIsEilAN desiraa nlealy fornlataad room,
private bath, kltebenetta; prafrablr In nnr
bul.dlng. sood locaUtj. BOX CI. Times of
fice ROOMS AND BOARD
llth ST X
gentlemen.
W 1121 Room and board
124 per month.
for
I ST X W , 12U Two rooma. Ind floor: one
wiin running waier; noara. raaaonaoia.
TWO ROOMS and board by two tantieme!.
near State Department, atata tanna.
Answer BOX WTlmee Oiflce. f
PERSONAL
STATIC VIOLET ; fj?"-
menu manleurtatf.
chiropody KW Kenols BMf, llth A O M. KM.
MISS WILSON
CHIROPODIST.
1340 EYE ST. N. W.
CORNER14THAJID ETE8TS.
I III ARYrfNHir dreaatng. ecalp treat
ropodr: open Tuea . Thura. A Sat area, till
m p m lot llth at M. w. pa, M,
MISS RTORPVradal and acalp treat-
ment, manicuring. 10OS
r K W. M floor. QT.r Rlker Hegaman'a.
MISSJAMERON gg,&fLi?Z
m to t p. m. UU N. T. ava nw . sec Boor
MRS. OKA L FIELD l
mant, face and acalp tU H nw . ted floor
MlSS Moore Manicuring, 13 r at. H.
mil!iuuic, w phon Mala S7.
u bbutok, superior ChlropodT,
Marilda Williams
aiaalcurlng. facial
luaaaaaa. acats (.mat
;o4 nth N w
Apart, tl M 11U f to T.
miss cain Bi's.,s,, Si-Vtf
Apart 1. Phon Ualn 73 "
M n r eghtle and Elec Scalp Treat,
passage ., 4 nea 8n aEnlinTi
Mra M Cohan, HI Kenola bids M ltgtJ.
WIDOW living alone In northweet deilrea ta
rent rvouia, iuiumimm or uarumiaoed. te
gentlemen or married couple. BOX ML Tim..
office
DR. REED,
SPECIALIST,
804 Seventeenth Street.
Over 30 YearsTOOC"s.'!H.pe,lci'ti
vrvtl jv iwtj cure of Chronic v-. .
and special Diseases of Men and Women.
Means health to you if you suffer
from Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatiam. Consti
pation. Pile Throat. Lunge. Brain, Heart.
Blood and Skin Dlaaaaea, Nervous Debility
Kidney Dlaeaaee. Bladder Troublea. Bpedn
Blood Polaonlng. Eruptlona. Ulcers, and All
Private Dlaaaaea Cured for Lit by Saf
Metboda.
ww, ni" t,UD., UN .. Ka OVW
runs snd antl toxins admlnlatered.
Charges low. Medicine furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Office houra- 10 to 1 I to I 8unday. IB to 1L
tfJI n.M..... '.a.t.u . .M .k. .
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
SECOND TRUST LOANS
ARE OUR SrECIALTT.
LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
Write, tall, or phone
Paul V. Mitchell & Co.,
111 lOet NW,
UOXI-.T TO LOAN on rial tatt: lowfat
rates, rrior ptmrment pnTucm; iaU-r
tmounu
TIlatH Ct nUTHLKIUHUiin
Hm,
UOXCT TO LOAN-ISO to JOO M on D. a
rtsvl UU tenl trust fundj, 4Vt t I pM
cat. All transaction.. conducte4 nitA
firtmjff.1 coniideratton for borrowers.
UU. 11 SAUNDERS CO,
Boutttrn Building OT Uth rt. S. W.
IT TOU NEED money la any um, from til
to flOO. ftdlr- ptTropU'a Trust Co aBoaalFa.
W aalta Wa Will bl0 yOU OUt.
i-m:uii oirrationa of larloua aorta Amerl
n Au.trlan Tolleh. etc No Tr K bra
ITT33- TMladelphla Co Wanted an Indefinite
numher of lnborrre for lneld work Iron
norkera and eheet m.f.l worbere- Married
or alngle s-iA? PH
SMI-Mercer Co W anted SO married or alngle
men for unloading alag from care Any na
tlonallty Tr Ad from Buffalo and de-
dJcted. 10 hra PD n 44 PD
Maryland.
Form Laborers
ITTrO Montgomery Co. One alngle man for
general farm ork. While or colored
Prefer colored Some exp 1 cowa Want
man ho can milk. R0 PM. B4L
lttris Prince George Co One married or aln
gle man for cenrral farm work White 1
?"... fcxl' "I4 TM. B4L For alngle.
SM-lSi PM IiaL.
l2j Baltimore Co. One colored man to
take care of tao boraea and do general
J?rra i crk No otijectlon to elderly man
ti PW and board
Mrstlnla.
Srttlera
441 1" Henrico Co For rent on eharee or
for eale 14 scree t lioo rr acre For
rent renter furnlih everything and glra
omner amall ehare of crop, to b agreed
Ary nationality
Mist r.l.I,AM-.tj.
Illatrlrt of olnmhla.
t;4-l Wanted two clprka etenographera
and tvrewrltera lame eip. Current wage
Permanent, Alao one office boy at current
wages.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished.
MANOR HOUSE.
1C MOXROE ST N. W.
i and bath, reception hall -
1215 10THST.N. W.
4 rooma and bath, rear porch $23.30
716 13TH ST. N. W.
t rooms and bath for dental office. W CO
HUNTINGTON,
1711 ltth ST N W. .
No. S rooma and bath, front. IM 00
Xo. J-l rooma and bath, aide VT.M
1204 G ST. N. YY.
rooma and bath 0 00
ARNO,
JOth AXD L. STS. X. W.
S rooma and kltchtn - lis to
I rooma and kitchen $llM
1440 R. I. AVE.
I rooms and bath - truo
N. L. SANSBURY CO., INC,
M gix-i m Uth at. X w
THE ARQTLE. ,
irTH ST. AXD PARK ROAD.
I rooms and bath, aleeplnc porch 4 0 M
THE GIBRALTAR,
J30J 1STH ST. X. w.
I rooma and bath 8TJ0-44J
4 rooma and bear, porch w n
THE SHELBT.
till mrmmri rdatj X. W.
K MMttl anif fcath im.ii H ...... ..140.01
t rooms. re. halt. bath, porch t!M
THE ABHTOX.
tui n rt. X W.
rooms, kitchenette, and bath, porea-.jn 00
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
tU riFTEEXTH ST. X. W.
PHOXE MATX 4444.
THE DUJTBAR
ji n RT. R w
Mew daelrabla anartmcaU for colored Juat
completed.
J. I and 4 rooms and bath IU.H to-iaj
Open For Jnapectlon.
GARDINER aV DENT. ISC.
Main 44144. JIT 14th at. N. W.
COPLEY COURTS,
17th and Church Sts. N. W.
Readr for oosupanc7 tsnung raserrstleas.
Beat of location snd moat modern conatrao
Don. All lane eutald rooms and erarj an
poutment aod aemoa.
2 to 6 "Booms and Bath.
128.60 to $60.00.
Eartj Faaaiiallniia WUl Command Prafarraa
J. N. RUTk. Mgr.
PHONE KORTH UTt
FurnUhed.
ROYDON
R oaar Xlth aL N. W 1 to tVroota apmri
manta: by vraek. month or year: boUl aar
Tlaa at apartment rates; fireproof.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Un famish ed.
FOR COLORED TENANTS.
Harewood and Linden Apts.
MCt THrRD ST. K. VT.
Bnlldlna nd aparunenta faava been newly
Etperea ana punted; select tenants: ateaun
eat and Janitor serrlca. ADrtmenta of I
and 4 rooma and bath.
Sea Janitor on Premises or
BANES REALTY CO., INC,
7Tt Uth ST. N. W.
23 10th ST. N W,- 4 room house : water.
gaa. tU. white tenanla. Apply IM W N. w.
SOARDINU U0U8M. 1S4 Uth ST. N. W.
H looma. 4 hatha: good opportunity for right
party; HO per month.
83) llth at. N. W.-ll reoma. Tery dadrabla
leauw; epixjaii. aa. xunsari poal
june lat. Hi.
Apply Ofnce, THE PORTNER,
Hinunw
' ata. N. W. Phone North 14H.
FOR RENT OFFICES
ALL 8ECOND FLOOR Two Urge rooma snd
couec. Tery iigni. oince puiioing. ihm ye
at N W '
FOR SALE HOUSES
NEW YORK AVE N. W.
Near New Jtry ara
Tbrea-ttorr debt room dwelllnc; .modern
plumbic; rood condition, tworatoir brick
BARGAIN AT ?4750
Northwest Section on 15th.
Near You
Handaom tbraa-atory dwtlllor; ntni Una
rooma and bath.
Tfcla rrorerty coat 19,500
$6,000 Will Buy It Act at Once
A. S. CAYWOOD,
915 New York Ave. N. W.
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE
ON W STREET. ANACOSTIA.
WATER AND GAS.
PRICE ONLY $1,000
TERMS. 0 CASH.
BALANCE tX MONTKLT.
O. B. ZANTZINGER,
tat NEW TORK AVE N W.
BUY A HOME
WITH TOUR RENT.
Br oarlB.r only SZLS0 tr mootli. itirA trw
tlrodtM boteft Ifltbrart and laoataljr pajnMat
prmdfiai.
f rice. $aJ,eJ00.
ONLY ONE LEFT.
rooma and tile bath; large parcbaei aeaf
Lincoln Park.
Open DAILT end SUKDAT Until I p. aa.
No. 1533 C SL S. E.
CoaTostent to navy yard and Pa. aT. rmrm.
RANDALL H. HAGNER & CO.,
107 Cona At K W Phone North 4ITT
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale.
Beautiful Brand New Bungalow
SBC ROOMS, BATH AND CELLAR,
On Baltimore Boulevard. HyattavlUe.
Water, aewer. gaa. electricity
Beat Location on Boulevard.
PRICE, $3,750
Terma S30 Caah.
Balance Can bo Arranf ed.
O. B. ZANTZINGER,
ol NEW TORK AVE N W.
$1 DOWN MONTHLY
BUTE A DE8IRXBLE LOT AT
BRADBURY HEIGHTS,
Bradburr lllcht la hlab and healthy and
tha czcallect quality of the aoll makes It an
Ideal nlace to Uvo and hare your own rar
den and poultry
laNVeSTIUATli Til 13 OrfEK AT UNWE.
R. F. BRADBURY,
an mS E Phone Line iyl
IT WILL PAY
Tou to Inreetlgate at Once Tbee Beautiful
Greater Capitol Heights Lots
OMLT cZJ EACH
SI CASH SI MONTH
TAK1! H ST CAR. OET OFT 418T ST. N B.
OriE CAll FARE. 4 TICKeTTS ZM.
OFFICES Ualn Office RUN T are, S. W.
On Orounda, 4lt and C sta. N E.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
IT PAYS
SI
CASH LOTR rJJII OA
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t-ROOM bouse water, gas lot SOxUO fine
fruit, garden ail planted Price IZ 000,
Termj, floo down. 115 per month Including
interest, crejrare rnoneonn sis.
FISHING TACKLE. ETC.
Sf
rietii.va
TACKLU. baseball and taasla
eefna!
bicycle auppUae. 14X4721.'
w. tups, na at. x. s. enao
SPECIAL NOTICES
MOUNT ALTO INN
A HOUSE OP INDIVIDUALITY.
THE CITY'S HOST BEAUTIFUL ITESORT
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WISCONSIN AVENUE & DAVIS ST. N. W.
Booklet en neeinL . Telephone West 1900.
DEATHS
FOX On Thursday. Jun It. KIT. at 10 M a.
m.. at bar realdence. It Grant place, after
a long Ulneae. MART JANE. balOTtd wife
of Alhert T. Fox and mother of Margaret
R. and Edmund K. Tax, In her aeratr.
seoond rear.
Funeral from her late realdence. Satur
day. June 14, at I o'clock. Kindly omit
norrero
TNTriEiMORIAM
(Notice far this column are accepted at H
eenta flat, either proa or poetry. In case no
tice does not exceed ten lues. And U cents
for each 11L. In esceaa of ten l
UNDERTAKERS
Embalmers. Funeral Ptrtttora.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND LtTEBT.
iS Pa. An. N. W.
Talephon. u. Utt. WABH1NQTON. P. X
O. B. JENKINS,
90S n 8t. N. W. Main 4S4-
W. W. DEAL &. CO.,
MSH St. N. E. tint 3484.
ULRiCH & BURDETTE,
1B20 Wisconsin Are. West S0..
S. H. HINES & SON, INC.
1715 14th St- North 1893.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
IBM 14th fit North Ml.
THOMAS F.' MURRAY.
J0072011 Nichols Are. 8. E. Line 188:
WILLIAM H. SARDO & CO.,
408 H St- N. & Line 624.
GEORGE W. WISE,
S900M St. West 138.
HARRY M. PADGETT,
780 llth SL S. E. Line 1559.
MARTIN W. HYSONG CO.,
1014 Massachusetts Ave. Main 8420.
F. A. SPEARE SONS,
1208 H SL K. W. Main 108.
P. A. TALTAVULL,
413 7th BL S. W. Main 18T9.
THOMAS S. SERGEON,
1011 7th SL Tf. W. Main 109a
GEO. P. ZURHORST'S Sons. Inc
301 East Capitol SL Line 372.
THOMAS' M. HINDLE,
Uth and H Sts. W. W. Main 637.
JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS,
3034 M Bt K. W. West t&
JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS,
!241Wliconsln Ave. West 8Q4.
HERBERT P. NEVIUS,
926 New York Ave. Main 2SoT.
W. R. SPEARE,
840 F SL Main 4280-4281.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
H17 10th et V. W. North 47.
ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT,
2008 Pa. Ave. West 1811669.
FLORAL DESIGNS
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every dsacrlpUca aodaral prlcsm.
ouor.
Tfl4 r BT N J
MONUMENTS
lONtTHXNT5-25 op? bafor-a tacrrtnw wVJ
Mil all monument at cost barer May Ml
DU RITIE'8 UONUliCMT WORKS. 79 10U
t N. rl. near H
Vital Records.
Blrtha.
John and Kathaiino Zorntk. slrl
Samuel and Adelalda C UeUenbarr girt.
Norman E. and Mable E. Sadler, boy.
William S. and Kathleen E Rortra. flrl.
Edvranl N and Dorl M Hay. boy.
Joe B and Sadla Oaniion boy
Raymond B and Rom Dickey boy
Jamea K. and LeHa B Butter, boy.
Edward I and EIoIm Adama. boy.
Thornaa and Beatrice. Law, boy.
Leele S and Ullle Smoot, boy
Rdward ard Suilo Edmonaton, tirl.
Lroy and Bertha Curry, boy.
Jotwph O. and Luedtat Brown, boy.
Manias e License.
William M Walsh 27. Gertrude A. Barron,
:t Tha Rt John A Cowan
Charles W Campbell. 23: Ada Lawla, 20
Th Rer Alex WU banks
Michael P Cannon, 27. Allca C. NelUey, 2J.
Tha Rer John A. Cowan.
Dald J Brown, U, Addla Pryor. XflL Too
Rer Jama E Ennli
Oacar Pluachkell 32. Roala KaJdlxar, 2L The
Rev Edward 21 Lamar
Death.
Charlei P Shattle U yra , 1713 N J are nw
irrMerKica u jonei, is yra , tc iuponi
apta
Ann) a Caa 1 m.. Greendala ne
Jimci 3 Talt 70 yr , 201 O ?t. nw
Sarah A Cook. iS yra Emerrency Hoa.
Thelma Kerne S yra. Emersency Ho.
Richard S. Hill. 13 yra 170 lth it nw
Infant of Georae L. and Ocleola Turnbnrka.
I cjb lis n leconein ate nw
Infant of Carolina and Drew Merrttt, 10
dars Garfield Hoa
Wallace J on en, 19 yra.. St Elizabeth'. Hoa.
Charlei Wlan, 17 yra 1821 Corcoran at.
Herbert Romnaon, IP moi . oameid Hoa
FOR SALE FARMS
WILL SELL THE "JONES" FARM. 1M
acres rich land aoma arrable, moctty In
plna and white oak 2 1-4 mllea eat of River
date fine road leading; nearly to It Will aell
cheap whole tract at rata of 322 per acre, or
will sell 10 or 20 acre tracti at reasonable
price small cash and monthly payments, no
improvements on farm J. It. ROGERS.
Owner. HyattsTllle,, Md
SPIRITUALISM
MRS. MAMIE STEVES ST-SSL,
Readme dally; aeancea Tuaa. A Thura. ov.
In m: rn ,p m. u. u u n. j are. e.
G. LYAL ART.HAN, Renowned
Trance medium Circle tonight at S o'clock
for spirit m?saac" lie win anawer ques
tions Readings and healing- treatments
dally Residence 2477 Uth st X W , Colum
bla road
MRS. H. M. NOLAN JJWH;
Readlnrs dally, spiritual senrlceff Sunday and
Thurs even's l ta . k h ittw
Mrs BROWNELLgjSS.li.r-"
nresant.futura: gives names, adr.ee on busi
ness, law suits, lore, home aeparaUoaa,
Tiri neaiin. c , p m win w.
tine ROTH IWT at - w- Plrltual
MKO. rVW i ii ,nedtuni iteadlnga dU.
beances u?s and Thura Near U h it tmt.
Mrc SinnHr-rc ,:s lh " N t-. Spirit.
dally. Maetlsts Sunday. Tuesday -rlday
area, t p. ra. DsTalopIss Thorsday tTsslaxs.
SPECIAL NOTICES
T?!?COMPANT OJTERS TOR 8ALB
Itn.eoo on of the First Mortgage per cent
Coupon Bonds of the Company, dated No
vember L U10. and dne NOTemher L 1KO
Thee bond an In denominations of SSM N
and tha coupons sr parable May and No
vember Urn In each year. They are part at
an Issue of t3.MO.ooo.oo authorised by to
aharaholders. of which M.OSO.OOOoo har been
Issued. Between January L Ult. and No
rember JO. 1114. the Company ha dlabunedt
on account of betterments. Imprevemanta.
acqulstUon of additional eeooartv. atA.. thai
aum of H,U.t3.M. Under th order of thai
Fuhue UUUtlae Commlaalon of th District
of Columbia, th arrs ftrtn m .f tww.. mav -
tered for sale to reimburse the Company for
moneys spent for extenatona. betterments,
ate., must be sold at the highest obtainable
prlc.
Tn nronoaala foe th irnwhaM aT ... ne.ee
of the 1(71.000 00 bond off and for sale will
he recelred up to th do of business on June
a. 17. st the office or the company, ana
a deposit of II per cent of the amount of tha
bid will he required, which wUl be returned:
tn the erent of the non-acceptance of the hid
hy the Company. The accrued Interest on.
eacn bona May 1. UI7, at the rate ef I
per cent, ta the date of purchase of tha
bond, will be required to be paid, and the
Company reserves th right to nject any
and all bids.
WASHINGTON OA8 LIGHT CO..
HOWARD 8. REEJIDE, FresldanL
Waahlngton. D C
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT a tp
ctal meeting-of the atockheldan of tha
MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE BANK, a
corporation of the District of Columbia. Is
called by the Secretary, by order of th
Board of Director, and will be held en THS
am DAT or JUNE, ini. at I o'clock p. m..
st the Bank. Tenth atreet and Grant place)
N. W Waahlngton. D. C to consider-and
approve th action of the Board of Dtreetora
of aald Bank tn recommending the sal of tha
real estate and other aaaata of tha Bank tn
whole or part. Including Its Charter, In ac
cordance with a resolution paaoad at a meet
mi ox in Boara ox directors or sua ntsg
held April St. 1S1T. This meetlnar WUl also.
consider any other baeuess of the corpora.
tlon which may b lawfully brought before It.
imgneai A. l. UlLLOTf. scretury.
RIOEL. O. BELT. R. tl. RARRCTT. IS. t
DTER. E. r. MAREAN. W. 1. McETOT. E.
V. NOTES. JULIUS WENIO. U. G. RZA
OAN, Board of Directors
AUCTION SALES
BT VIRTUS of a certain deed of trust, daty
recorded la Liber No. 2321. at folia 2t. of
the Land Records of the District of CfrhamMa.
and at the request of tha party aecixreo:
thereby, th undersigned Trustees wilt sell
at Public Auction at the file of Thomas J.
Owen A Son, 1231 O Street Northwest. Wash
ington. X. C, oa Thursday, th 21st day of
Jun. 1117, at thre o'clock p. tn.. tha follow
ing oercriDea iana ana premises wtuatea la
th City of Washington. Dtstrlet ct Colum
bia: Lot numbered eighteen ill) ta wjuar
numbered thlrty-eeyen hundred and tevsa
(1707) In th subdlTlalon tuunrn aa """'""
Castle Heights, aa per plat recorded ta tha
office of th Surveyor for th District ct
Columbia In County Book, ii, par 2$
Terms: une-tnira caaa. caianc xa acmai
Installment at on and two years with. In
terest at t per centum per anntrm, payabl
seml-annuallr from th day of sal, and se
cured by deed ef trust en the property sold.
or all cash, at th purchaser's option. A
deposit of 1200 CO will e required at th time
of sal All ctmrerancing- and recording will
be at th purchaser's cost. Terma to be com
piled with, within ten days, otherwise th
trustees reserve the right to resell at tha
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser,
WILTON J. LAMBERT, Munsey Bldr. C
H POPE. Trustees.
THPF-ggACS"
OFFICE Or THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C
Washlngton, D. C. Jun I. 1117. SEALED
PROPOSALS will be received at this ofnce
until 2 o'clock p. m.. June 11, 1117. for paving
a cement roadway on Nichols avenue south
east. Blank forms of proposals, specification
and all necessary Information may be obtain
ed from th Chief Clerk, Engineer Depart
ment Room 427. District Building'. Washing
ton. D. C. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS
BROWKLOW, CHARLES W. KUTZ. Com
mlssloners. V. C
CLAIRVOYANTS
BITTEREST JTtOM ALL. OTHER!
MME. SPENCER
ONE or THE WORLD'S MOST CELEB RAT.
ED PADUSTS AND CLAIRVOYANTS.
Studio, 1405 EYE ST. N. W.
CONSULT THIS GIFTED LADT AND B
CONVINCED PERSONALLY OF THE HON
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