THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1917.
IS COST OF
FIRST 5 MONTHS
An early adjustment In conference
of the differences between the two
houses over the $8,000,000,000 war de
ficiency appropriation bill Is ex
pected. The bill passed the Senate
yesterday without roll call, after It
had been debated for a short time.
The Senate added nearly 1600,000.000
to the bllL
A feature of the discussion was
that Senator Martin, chairman of the
Appropriations Committee, urged
sharp scrutiny of what he called ex
travagant and almost reckless depart
mental estimates. He laid appropria
tions In five months "of war would
reach 120,000,000,000, and he wis con
cerned lest next year's total might
"We are compelled to shut our eyes
aad appropriate a great deal rather
than hamper our men on the battle
field," said Senator Martin. "But It
Is our duty to scrutinize these esti
mates, crowing every hour. We must
give every dollar necessary to prose
cut the war. but our duty It to trim
down extravagant and useless appro
priations. The Government's finances
are In a perilous situation."
Against the protest of Senator Mar
tin, the Senate adopted an amend
ment by Senator Robinson for $500,000
for the employment bureau of the
Department of Labor.
The shipping hoard gets $635,000,000
cash for the construction program.
The navy is allowed $225,000,000 to
tart a destroyer construction program.
Off, Navy Yard Men
Theaten to Strike
AMERICA'S PART IN WAR
TO BE SHOWN BY FILMS
Government Wants Movie Opera
tors to Follow Boys on Battlefield.
The record of America's part in the
world war will be wrlten on movie
films by the nation's best movie operators.
"We hope to have In the War De
partment the best possible exhibit of
our troops in Europe for future gen
erations," Brigadier General Squler,
Signal Corps chief, told the Senate
Appropriations Committee. "We also
win have photographers in aeroplanes.
That Is the only way to make maps.
Tou put one day's photograph over
the previous day's and mark off the
shell craters which show the
The movie operators are now train
ing chiefly at Little Silver, N. J., and
Fort Wood, N Y., though a number
are already with Pershing.
LIBERTY BOND REALITY
TO THOUSANDS TODAY
A liberty bond becomes a reality
today for thousands of Americans,
with actual delivery of the first loan
The Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, although working night
and day, has not yet printed all the
B.000,000 engraved pieces In the issue,
but enough has been done, officials
exclaimed, "to Insure a fair start."
Holders of full. paid interim certifi
cates can now exchange them for Lib
erty bonds at their lpcal Federal re
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000
is what jujtifiei the
steady growth of this bank.
Join our family of over
35,000 depositors, and en
joy the many advantages
insured by a connection
with this fifty-year-old insti
tution. gySame rate or Interest paid on both
large and small accounts.
National Savings &
Comer 15th and N. Y. Avtx.
A general strike of machinists
employed .at Government navy
yards Is threatened today as a re
sult of President Wilson's action
In declining to take a hand In the
dispute at this time.
The President today referred an
appeal of the International Asso
ciation of Machinists from the
wage scale fixed by the arsenal
and navy yard wage adjustment
board to Secretary of the Navy
Daniels. Secretary Daniels, In
turn, referred the appeal back to
the wage board whose original de
cision was complained of.
The machinists in their appeal
to the President said the wage
board had entirely disregarded
the recommendations of local
committees of the various navy
yards for Increases ranging 10 to
40 per cent. The new scale de
cided upon by the wage board
went into effect Monday.
IN HOSPITAL'S BEST
ROOM AT OCGOGUAN
Denial that any of the suffragettes
at the workhouse at Occoquan have
been placed in punishment cells was
made today by W. H. Whlttaker, su
perintendent. One of the pickets, he
said, has been placed in the hospital
and given the best room in the insti
tution. The Board of Charities, which has
supervision of the workhouse,
already has begun an Inquiry into
conditions of which complaint is
made. Qeorge S. Wilson, secretary
of the board, visited the workhouse
yesterday. Mr. Wilson said he would
have nothing to say In advance of
his report to the board.
A conference was held today be
tween Commissioner Brownlow, and
John Joy Edson, president of the
Board of Charities; Mr. Wilson and
Superintendent WhlAaker. At its
close Commissioner Brownlow said
that the workhouse and reformatory
estimates were considered and com
plaints of the suffragettes regarding
LINE UP FOR LOAN
The suffragists and antl-suffragisU
have burled the hatchet in so far as
work by the Woman's Liberty Loan
Council Is concerned.
In an announcement of plans for
the conference of the Woman's Loan
Committee, which Is headed by Mrs.
William O. McAdoo, It Is stated:
"Another social feature arranged
for the entertainment of the delegates
to the Woman's Liberty Loan Confer
ence, which opens at the Pan-American
bulldlne- tomorrow. Is a luncheon
which will be given on Friday at 1626
Rhode Island avenue, to wblcn tne
ladles of the Cabinet and Federal Re
serve Board have been invited by the
The house at 1628 Rhode Island ave
nue happens to be the headquarters
of the National American Woman Suf
frage Association, though this fact Is
not mentioned. There are a number
of prominent antl-suffraglsts engaged
in the work of the woman's Liberty
Mrs. Robert Lansing, wife of the
Secretary of State, who is secretary
of the anti-suffrage association, la
among those Invited to the luncheon
at 1626 Rhode Island avenue.
Delegates to the conference Include
the Federal reserve district and State
Liberty loan chairmen. Congressional
districts and county chairmen, mem
bers of the woman's committee of the
Council of National Defense, with the
chairmen of their State divisions,
and the executive heads of the big
national organization of women which
constitutes the advisory council of
WALL ST. MARKET
PRICES WEAK AT OPENING IN
PLAY WITH ARMY PISTOL
MAY COST BOY'S EYE
ON PLAM TO ENTER
By HOMER J. DODGE.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J Sept. 26-
Members of the American Bankers'
Association are divided on the ques
tion of State banks and trust com
panies entering the Federal reserve
system. Such leaders as James B.
Forgan, chairman of the First Na
tional Bank of Chicago, and Brecken
ridge Jones, president of the Missis
sippi Valley Trust Company of St.
Louis, advocate the plan as a move
to strengthen American finances dur
! Ing the war.
i State bankers and trust companies
! dislike coming under the Influence
of the Comptroller of the Currency
and fear a sacrifice of Independence
by being swallowed by larger bank
Comptroller Williams' recent ex
pose of defalcations by President
Martlndale of the Chemical National
Bank of New York, following Martin
dale's death. Is being criticised by
They say the only results were
needless disgrace falling on the Mar
tlndale family, and reflection on the
ST'-rZrtf dd't'hV-iPRESIDENT INVITED TO
posure was due to Comptroller Wll- 1"JU1V""X """"'
Hams' alleged prejudice against Wall!
Son of Dr. Seibert, New Officer,
Accidentally Shoots 'Cham.
Hoping that the eyesight of his
youthful playmate may not be Im
paired, Thomas H. Seibert, twelve, of
1817 Nineteenth street northwest.
who accidentally shot and woundeou
Matthew Hepburn, fourteen, of 1618
Nineteenth street northwest, in play
ing soldier last night, was at the bed
side of his chum at Emergency Hos
X-ray photographs of Hepburn's
wound, made as the bullet frorn a
heavy caliber army revolver plowed
its way through the left side of the
face, were taken at the hospital this
morning. Hepburn's left eye Is
swollen as a result of the wound re
ceived, but hospital physicians do not
think that he will lose the sight of
The boys were toying with a re
volver of Dr. E. G. Seibert, father of
young Seibert, at the physician's
home, when the accident occurred. Dr.
Seibert was recently commissioned In
the army medical corps, and had left
the revolver at the house. Young
Seibert, In soldler-Uke uniform, was
endeavoring to explain Its mechanism.
LINTON'S PAINTINGS ON
VIEW AT GALLERY
Steel Issues Lead the Decline With
United States Steel Off As Much
At Seven-eighth and Bethlehefn
Threi-tlghtht Under Close.
NEW YORK, Sept. 26. The market
opened weak today. Prices were off
from H to 1 point. Steels led the de
cline. United States Steel selling at
111 and HIS, off and .
Bethlehem was H under yesterday's
close. Erie and Marine preferred
were the only Issues which showed a
gain, Erie selling at 22U. up M. and
Marine preferred at 88H, up H.
Steel Issues made gains during the
second hour. United States Steel tell
ing well above 112. The undertone
continued firm, but quiet.
Today's quotations were:
Open High Low
Alaska O ....
Am Car Fdr.
Am Bt Bug. .
Am In; Corp.
A Malt C...
A Malt C Pt.
A 8m To Co
A dtcel Tr..
Am Zinc p.. ,
Kt & BT.
Ass td OIL...
Bald Loo pf..
Bet St. B...
Bklyn P. T..
Burnt Bros., I0IH
Butte Sup.. 28
Cer de P Cor
Chi Q W......
chi a w pf .
C M Bt P.
CRIP Swl P.
CRIP 7 wl P.
C. B. L ctfl
Cuba Cant.. IZH
Del Hud.. 102H
An exhibition of oil paintings con
sisting of Ilfe-slse portraits of well
known men and women and four still
life pictures will be opened to the
public at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The paint
er of these canvasses, Frank B. A.
Linton, Is an artist whose work hat
brought him Into prominence here and
abroad, having exhibited in the Paris
Salon since 1908.
Mr. Linton studied In Paris under
Gerome and Bronat and he Is the re
cipient of medals from the Chicago.
New York, and Philadelphia acad
The exhibition consists of twenty-
five pieces and shows a strong tech
nique of the modern bu,t not impres
sionistic school. Ills poses and ex
pressions are graceful and natural.
The exhibition Is to continue until
Friday, October 12, inclusive.
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CHURCHES GIVE AD TO
WAR SERVICE FUND
The Red Cross war service fund
was Increased today by an additional
contribution from the New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church and
three anonymous contributions
The churches are not only active In
personal service through the auxilia
ries, but send In from time to time
The Safest Investments
ire tbose that to not fluctuate during dls-1
irbod conditions of tbo money or stock mar-
u. First deed of trim notes (Ortt mart-
uul. wl' "cured on real estate In U
gjtrict of Columbia, constitute "gllt-edge-iwertmenta,
and they do not depend upon tbo i
uncial responsibility Of Individuals or oer
stations for their stability Wo can supply
en investments In amounts from ssot up
gjd. Send for booklet. "Concerning Loons
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ADDRESS MEDICAL MEN
Exercises commemorating the one
hundredth anniversary of the Medical
Society of the District, at which the
President has been Invited to make
an address, will be held In the hall
of the Natloml Museum. October IT.
The program prepared by the com
mittee Includes many prominent
speakers. Presidents of the medlctl
societies of the various States and
prominent surgeons and phyrlclans
are expected to attend. The celebra
tion will be Initiated with a literary
program in the afternoon and a ban
quet In the evening at the Raleigh.
Sixteen men met a hundred years
ago to organize what Is today the old
est scientific society In the District.
comprising, a membership of over 600,
and which has even been prepared to
supply Its full quota of men for na
Dul & SSb pf
Erie 3 pf...
Corn P pf....
O Mot new.
Baa & Bar. ..
In Nick ct p.
May D Store.
II ax M 2d...
MX A Tex..
Ho Pao p
SCHELLING TO PLAY FOR
CaDt. Earnest Schilling, one of
I America's foremost pianists, will ap
pear on the vaudeville program at the
marine cantonment at Quantlco to
nlsht. Captain Schelllng was com-
jmlssloned at a captain of Infantry latt
i August ana prior to mat was engaeea
, In Red Cross work. A grant piano
i was tent by Captain Hchelllng to
1 Quantlco yetterday at hit own ex
pense, Othert who will be on tonight's pro
(gram are Mra. Jullnn. Brylawakl, In
songs: Chester La Follette, violinist;
Mrs. D. IT. Klnehelow, In songs; Her
bert J. Murray, cartoonist, R. Wood
I land Oaten, and Earl Carbaugh, In
duets, and Garry McGarry't Hawaiian
The performance Is given under the
auspices of the District War Service
Nor & West.
. inn HR. ..
Pitts C ....
Pres. SU C. .
Pit & W Va..
St L & 8 F..
StL S V pf..
Su Steel Co.. 4&X
Ttxas Co...M 167X
UAloy Steel 44
Un Bag 4 P. 11
Union Pac. 130X
U Drug 2 pf 81
DS Sm e. R. .
Wells P Ex..
West Pa RR.
i Co Inc..
THE LOCAL MARKET
INTEREST IN LISTED SECURI
Potomac Electrlo. Flrttt 8old
101, a $1,00(7 Cond Going
That Figure Thirty Share
Washington Gat Sold Alto.
Interest In the listed securities of
the Washington Stock Exchange was
generously distributed at tht noon
session today, and while the number
of sales was not large, the. demand
itemed to be present, the chief diffi
culty being that buyer and seller
could not get together on a price.
Potomac Electric firsts sold at 101,
.. AM . .. ,V. . A
J 5 per cent Hlggs Realty bond brought
par, A couple of shares of Capital
Traction brought 80 H Arlington In
surance again appeared on the list of
salts, two blocks of fourteen shares
each selling at 8H-
On the after call, thirty shares of
Washington Gas brought 71. and
fourteen shares of Lantton. 65.
B. HTtbo A
Prices famished by W.
members of New York Stock Exchsate.
Amer. AgrL t't Stt
Amer. Cotton Oil S't.... 0
Amer. Smtlttrt ft...... tlH
Amer. Foreign Sect, ft S4
Amer. T. A Tl cv. 4Mt. 7
Amer. Tobaco V 119
Anglo-French E's (IK
Armour & Co. 4H't 83
Atchison gen. 4't it
Atchison cv. 4't (UtO).
AtL Coatt Line cons. 4't 81
Balto. ft Ohio 4'a ,. UK
Balto. A Ohio cr. 4H'a. 81
Bethlehem Sttel ref. t't II
Bkly. Tranalt t't (1918) 97
Central of Ga. coris. t't. ...
Central Leather S's 98
Central Pacific lttt 80H
Chet. A Ohio 4H't 78H
C, B. A Q. joint 4's 9(H
C B. & Q. gen. 4't 85
Chi. Great Western 4't. (4K
O, It. A St. P. cr. 't
C, M. 8t P. gen. 4Vi'e 88Vi
C R. L A P. Ry. ref. 4't. 67
Chi. & N. W. gen. 3U't. . . .
Colo. ec Sou. ref. 4!i'i, 77
Con. Gas Co. cv. 6's.... 105 H
Den. A Rio O. cons. 4's.. 67
Den. & Rio O. ref. 6's... 60
Distillers' Sec 6's 74
Dom. of Can. S's (1831). 94H
Srle cv. 4's, series "B.. 48V4
Erie gen. 4s 64
Gen. Electrics 6's 101
Ot. North. 1st 4U't.... 90
111. Central ref. 4's 78
DX Steel deb. 4K't 85
lnterbo.-Met. 4M't C9K
Int. Rapid Transit 8's.. 87
Inter.-Mer. Ma. 0's ctft. 91
Kan. C. Sou. ref. S't.... 60
Lack. Steel S's (1950).. 05M
Lake 8. deb. 4't T1981). 89 !i
Liggett A Myert 6's
Louis. & Nash. us. 4'a.. 87 H
Mo, K. & T. 1st 4't.... 1H
Mo., Pac cons. Vt
Mont. Power S't 93
N'.Y. O. ref. A Imp. 4U'a. 88 H
N. Y. a deb. 6't 98H
N. Y. a 4K's (1005).. 101 4
N. Y. Rwy. adj. 5't S3
N. IL. N. H. A JL cv. 6't. SSH
Korf. A West. cv. 4 We. 112
North Fac 4't 84
North Pac. S't 61
Ore. Short L. ref. 4't.. &&
Pac. Tel. & Tel. 6't 94
Penna cons. 4H's 100U
Penna, gen. 4K'a 83
Reading gen. 4't SB
Rep. Steel 6't (1940)... 07
St. Louis S. W. lsts. ... 03
Seaboard A. L. adj. 6't.. 49
Southern Bell Tel. 5't... 84
Southern Pacific cv. S's. 06U
Southern Pacific ref. 4's. 84
Southern Railway S's.. 95
Southern Ry. gen. 4't... 6H
Tenn. Copper cv. 6't 90
Texat Co. cv. ft 101
Texas A Pacific lttt.... 03
Third Avenue adj. S's... 26
Union Pacific 4's 894
Union Pacific cv. 4's.... S7ii
United Kingdom S't 074
U. S. Rubber 6't 101
U. S. Steel S't 994
Va.-Car. Chemical 6't... 94
Western Union 4't 91
Electric 1st 6's.
Rlggs Realty 6't (short)
Canlial Tmrtlnn iBSOI.
Arlington Insurance, 1498, 1438.
Washington Gat. 30971
LOCAL BOND MARKET.
V. S. Reg. 2't 97 ...
U. 8. Coupon 2's 97 ...
V. B. Res-. S's 93 ...
V. S. Coupon 3't 98 ...
U. S. Reg. 4't 103 ...
U. S. Coupon 4'1 105 ...
D. C 3.65't 102H ...
Liberty Loan 3't 100 ...
Wash. Gas 6't 101
Cap. Traction R. R. 5't.. 101 102
Metro. R. R. 5't 100
Wash. Ry. A Elec 4't 77
Wash. Alex. & Mt V. 6't. .. 75
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6't. 94
Potomac Elec. Lt 5't...
CAP. Telephone S's...
Amer. TeL & TeL 4't....
Am. T. A T. CtL TT. 5't.
Amer. Grapho. lit 6s...
D. C Paper Mfg. 6's...
Wash. Market S's 1927..
Wash. Market S't 1947..
W. M. Cold Storage 5't..
Sec Stge. A Safe Dep. 6's
N. A W. Steamboat 5't..
Rlgt Realty S's (long)..
Rlggt Realty 6't (short).
U. S. Realty 6't
PUBLIC UTILITY .
Wath. Ry. A Elec com.
Wash. Ry. A Elec pfd..
N. A W. Steamboat ....
Amer. TeL & Telga. ....
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 140 143
Lanston Monotype 65 70
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank.... 160
Capital Nat. Bank 218
Columbia Nat, Bank... 200 230
Commercial Nat Bank. 192 210
Dfstrlct Nat Bank.... 143 145
Far. A Mech. Nat Bank. 233 242
Federal Nat Bank 170
Lincoln Nat Bank 160
Nat Metropolitan Bank 200 ...
Rlggs Nat Bank 450 490
Second Nat Bank 140 ISO
Nat Bank of Wash 220 230
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec A Trust.... 154 MO
National Sav. A Trust.. 286
Union Trust 110 122
fWash. Loan A Trust... 240
Continental Trust 118 l
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home Savings 410
Bank of Com. A Bar.... 12
East Wash. Savings... 12
Sec Sav. A Com 185 ...
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKR
Arlington Fire In 8 10
Corcoran Fir Ins.. ... 80 ...
Firemen's Fire Ins....- 19
Ger.-Amer. Fire Ins 175 ...
Nat Union Fire Ins 6 ...
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Real Estate Title Ins 81
THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The fellowlnt were tbo prevailing prices
at the Municipal Farmers' Produce Market
today, aocordlnr to the Department of
Welfhu. Measures, and Markets of the Dis
trict: Beets, per 100 bunches KOOtoSStn
Strips beans, per barrel H W to IS to
Cabbaxe, per 109 heads ...W 00 to II 00
Cerrots. per 100 bunches ....... SI. 00 to 1 on
Corn, per dosen . ..S3 to ISO
Etts, per aoien ....iitotM
Kale, per barrel H.JltoIlM
Lettuoo, per crate Ilo to II JJ
Potatoes, per barrel IJMtoH7S
Peppers, per crate TSo
Radishes II M to II 00
plnaon. per crate II M to i: 00
omatoee. per box It 00 to II
Turfilpe. per box II U to It M
Apples, per barrel ttoo to II 00
Pears, per box Meto?le
Bveet potatoes H.a to H.M
HOPE FOR PEACE SIGNS
AS REICHSTAG MEETS
Icy Water Holds
No Terrors For
Nick, and 'Jinxm
Each morning Senator James
Wadsworth, Jr, pf New York and
Congressman Nicholas Longworth
of Ohio, a son In-law of former
President Roosevelt ride down to
the Tidal Basin wearing bath
robes over swimming suits before
half the population ot Washing
ton wakes up, and take a nice dip
in the' cold water.
As long aa the basin it kept
open for bathert they will thow
up not later than T o'clock In the
morning, they told attendanta at
the basin today.
After plunget into the cold
water, the two aolont take a brltk
run around the batln groundt,
light cigarettes, and return home,
all ready to eat a huge break
fast They are usually driven to the
basin In the automobile of Con
gressman Longworth. Even dur
the recent cold mornings they
did not flinch, but went through
their aquatic program.
Tidal basin will close Novem
LOST AND FOUND
PENDANT Diamond: If tbo party whe
phoned North not In connection with dia
mond pendant lost will oomznualcaate agala
reward will bo made satisfactory and ne
questions aaaod. Phono or addreoe W. R. 1
North UW or Mam TIM, nt Mimsey bldt.
PLTltE In Seventh
ta p st. n. e.
HELP WANTED MALE
ABLE BODIED MEN, 25c per
hour; steady work. Apply
timekeeper, ADAMS EXPRESS
CO., 2d and Eye sis. N. E.
BARTENDER for club tor PttUbOTih, Pa..
looay. vrcsv s iiirrci. jLUfaui, uu aaa
white aad colored labortn.
400, Union Button.
BOOKTOUCPEH Toung man prefen
WITIIERBED BATTERT COMPANY. HIS
NEAR BEER CAFES
TO BE CONDUCTED
AFTER NOVEMBER 1
THE HAGUE, Sept 26. The Reich
stag Is scheduled to met In Berlin
today and diplomatic circles In this
and other neutral capitals await with
eager anticipation any utterances on
peace that may come from Chancel
Chapln Sacks 1S3
D. C Paper Mfg. Co.... 140
Oraphophone com. .... 80
Grapnophone pf. 93
Mrrch. Trans. & Storage 100
Security Storage 103
Sec. Stge. A Safe Dep... 100
Washington Market .... 17 VI
U.S. Realty Co 12H
THREE DEMAND $45,000
FROM TROLLEY COMPANY
STEALS PHONE STATION.
For the second-time within a week''or tnl Plaintiff.
an unidentified thief last night car
ried off bodily a telephone pay sta
tion of the Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company. The machine,
thought to have contained several
dollars, wat taken from 1840 Mint
wood place. A week ago a pay station
at the Union Station wat carried
Litigants File Suits As Result of
Three damage suits, aggregating MS.00O,
were filed against the Washington lum
way and Electric Company In the Dis
trict Supreme Court today.
The largest suit is for lS COO, brought
by Elizabeth H. Brandon for injuries
alleged to have been sustained June 13
last when a car on which she was riding
collided with another car near Fifty
third street northwest Attorney W.
Owvnn Gardner Is counsel for her
Berthle Fountalno seeks 110,000 for
Injuries ,whlch she avert she sus
tained October last when sne reii
through a trestle. She is represent
ed by Attorneys F. Snowden Hill and
W. Gwynn Gardner.
Rose Seherer. who also seeks 110.
000 damage, alleges that because of
the sudden starting of a Georgetown
car on Fourteenth street near O.
May 9 last the was thrown through
the sliding door In the rear. At
torney M. Wolton Henry Is counsel
That more than half of the retail
liquor dealers 'of thle city will re
main In business at their old placea
after November 1, is more than a
probability, at many of them have
planned to turn their saloons and
cafes into "near beer parlors."
where this temperance beverage wilt
Whether or not the sale of near
bear la leral under the prohibition
law will be determined by the police.
who hare a number of prosecutions
pending In the courts for the tale of
There are 269 licensed retail taloona
and ninety-two wholesale liquor
houses In the District whose licenses
aggregate 1477,100 annually. Ap
proximately 5,000 employee engaged
In the manufacture, sale and distri
bution of liquor will be obliged to
find other occupations and many of
them have already left for other pur
A number of saloonkeepers have
already located in Baltimore and
cities in Pennsylvania and New
It is theught that a bill will be
Introduced In Congress permitting the
sale of light wines and beer in the
AT ONCE TO
U. S. FOOD
16TH AND EYE STS. N. W.
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manent position, ta M It N. W.
BOT la candy factory.
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TBS SPORT MAJIT. Inc. Nt
WOULD RESTORE AD)
TO INJURED DOCK MEN
To restore to Injured longshoremen
the protection of State workmen's
compensation laws, of which they
were deprived recently by a divided
opinion of the United States Supreme
Court, Is the aim of a bill Introduced
today In the Senate by Senator John
son of California, and In the House
by Congressman Gard of Ohio.
BOTH Twenty, colored, over 2S. to work la
bowuna'allers; boors from It a. ta. to
p. m. Also from c p. m. to 1 a. m.: rood
salary. Apply NATIONAL 'CAPITAL BOWL
I.VO ALLET8. ill O St. N. W. 1
Bors Twenty, colored, over M. to work ta
bowling alloys: hours, from It a. m. to t
p. m. Also 30 from I p. m. to 1 a. m.: food
salary. Apply NATIONAL CAPITAL BOWL
ING ALLET8. IM E St. N. W 1
BOTS Several soda water boys.
NELL'S, to r tU it. W.
EBN OPTICAL CO.. Boom ZX Soutbera
Bldg Uth and B sta. N. W. J
BOT Errand, with wheet
D st S. E.
II to U years of ate. ta work
SWINDELL ) BOH. rear 11
BOT II to IS, for Inside work. Apply to
DUPONT LATJNDRT, SU Sherman in.
BOT Apprentice, to learn printing trade. C3
14th st, N. W.: apply basement door.
BOTS Two colored, rj or It, to work la bo
llard room. Apply at onoo. loot O st. N.
W.. IMPERtALBILIJARP ROOM.
BOTS Colored, with bicycles, for delivery
service; good salary; permanent pesftloej.
Apply at one. M. PHiLXPSBOJiH A CO, Bj
Uth st. N. W.
BOTS Two colored:
Apply un H st. N.
BOT to run errands. Apply THOMPSON'S
DRUO STORE, 7T3 Uth st. N. W. 1
Intelligent, ambitious boy,
with wheel, to learn newspaper
business, An excellent oppor
tunity. Apply at once to
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
BUTLER C5lord; sootS wsxel to yootl mia;
ais Dtumftn ana ciuti cook, xurezul.
1011 Stw Tork &t.
BUTLER CDlord; stay nixfcu. IT Prtmroi
L. CUtry Cbm. Fbon C1v1ab4 W3. t
CHAUFFEUR wanttd for taxi cab work.
APPIT UIQULAND TAXI CAB CO.. mi
mi i7th tt.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
free stovijro roa
i rroittcE, n. s-u3 oa
3 IMITH'I TllAJV IPCS 01
ts s su Nioirr phone n. cms.
SEE ME for best prices and satisfactory
service. THE PEOPLE'S STORAOC AND
SAfttEBS. 1733 7tB St. N. W
SO LUTELT PIRCPROOf RTOKAaS.
OtrrED STATES BroRAOU CO.
Seems, 00 and US. Mortal. Faeklnt
u-42s itu si. n
PbOM stain 4tzt.
Phone at JUS-jeiL
1SS rt Rial N. W.
rrORAOB. PACKING AND SHTPPCO..
CLEAN, dry etormro for furnltoro and pianos.
:y tiven- waMjtifeur. a.
Phono Ualn ISO.
ta Pa. avo. N. w
HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS
First race Maiden two-year-olds;
six furlong. aMooahead, 111 (Ilryne),
14, 2.B0, 12.30, won; Drlllmaster, IIS
(Ambrose), $4 90, $3.40, second; Man-of-th-Hour.
11B (Smith). $3 30. third.
Time, 1:14. Brig- O'Dee, A. Alderberry,
Ideal. Lea Darcey, Odalisque, Phedo
den, also ran.
Scratched Jack of Cpadea, Louise
(a) Calumet entry.
After hearing James M. Wood,
representative of the East End Cltl
xens' Association, point out the ad
vantages of the operation of pawn
shops In the District, the Southeast
Citizens' Association adopted a reso
lution last nlsht recommending- the
re-establishment ot the old loan of
flee law. f
J. Ilay Adams, a resident of the
southeast section, and secretary to
Senator Thomaa of Colorado, was In
dorsed for the vacancy of District
Commissioner to succeed Major Oliver
The establishment of an employe
ment bureau, where labor may be ob
talned auxins tne wax, was adopted.
OLD POINT COMFORT
ALL POINTS SOUTH
Dally Service Modern Steaatera
Special weed-esd tickets ta
eladlnsr accommodations at
New York and Boston By Sea
City Tfeket Office TS1 13th St. .".TV.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
GOLD BREASTPIN Large, with onyx croee,
valuable as heirloom; reward Call Col.
!l. 1KI 7th st N;V
LAPI3 LAZULI EARRING Mounted In
told; lost Saturday night. In or mar Na
tional Theater. Liberal reward If left tt
1SU N. it. ave.
OPERA BAO Small, containing change arid
keys, lost on Uth and D st oar line finder
keep change, but return keys and bat. Tvt
OOLD BREASTPIN With pearl center; lost
on R st . between Uth and I7th sts. Re
ward If returned to 1M4 R st. N TV
Hotel. Ml 1th
si. i. w.
Cl-VENT and concrete workers wanted by
Turner Construction Co. for work on new
building for Bureau of Standards; wages,
fLM for I boars.
COLORED BOT with wheel for errands and
general usefulness; wages. M per week.
PRINTINO OFTICE. W8 r et. K. W. 1
COLORED MAN for general work. Apply
Prut Store. 11th and Columbia road. 1
COUNTER MAN- Experienced. Apply at
HII 11th ot. N. W.
COLORElTPORTER for work
in drug store; good position
for the right young man. Apply
to Mr. Simpson, at Tyree & Co.,
15th and H Sts. NORTHEAST.
DELIVERT BOTS with wheels. Apttty
Drug Store, Uth and Columbia road. l
OFFICE BOT 1 or U years old; bring reft.
Call between 1 and 4 p. m. VIOLIN SHOP.
Til Uth St. 1
OFFICE BOT TThite. chance for promotion
for bright bor! KOOd nay and shore hours.
Apply 1CM list St. N. TV.
CARPENTERS Union, wanted by Tnnwr
Construction Co. for work oa new building
of the Bureau of Standards. 1
Apply 34th and 3&comb .rt., arUntl
and Macomb sts..
CEMENT FINISHERS Wanted.
Apply 17th a Kenyon Sts. N.W.
ELEVATOR BOT Oood salary. BELT,
O'BRIEN A CO.. HO O St. N. W. 1
COLLECTOR with a bicycle, motorcycle, er
ajtomobue: reference; temporary; commis
sion. Apply MR. LAM30N, Washington
TTVO CLEANERS and two ;
pressors, nt per
D DTEINO CO.. Itt B St.
Apply at once.
FURNITURE PACKERS AND WAQON
HELPERS. STEADT WORK FOR RIGHT
MEN. U. S. STORAOB CO.. til VJIH ST.
HEAD WAITER Colored, for European plan
HOTEL AOENOT, Uth
AIREDALE HALE DOG-Brown and black.
collar and tag. tag Na S1S9 Return ts
JA8. A LA FONTAINE. 47Q Marrland are.
S W.. and reeelve IIP reward, no questions. 1
POCKETBOOK Small, containing!; lost on
4th st N E.. between Ere and M sts.
Please return to 117 4th st N E.. reward 1
DOG Large un and white colllV J F
HERMAN. ll0 Ta are N. W. Phone Ualn
SMALL package, containing scissors, gsn
tlem.n's tie. etc on Uth st near Treas
urr bIJg. BOX HI Times office 1
IHOU8EMAN (colored): permanent; also 1
DellDove, also waitere. Apply BANCROFT
HOTEL. Uth and H N. W.
HOTEL FOOD CHECKERS and serving tan.
try man today. DICK'S HOTEL AOENaT.
Uth and Pa ave.
LABORERS $2.75, steady
work. Apply TIME
KEEPER, 2nd and Eye Sts.
with stlver-lorgnons and stiver aad topat
chain, wrapped In small bos. in ladles dress
ing room. 2d floor Woodward bidg.. 1 p. tn.
Sept n. $100 reward and no questions asked
If returned to W. R. O.. Ut U unity bids., or
the Highlands. N l10
STRATEDOne bar and 1 gray mar from
r 2tZ0 Tunlaw rd. Finder notify im
ISCUWDT. phona West MOO.
Apply 17th & Kenyon Sts. N.W.
LABORERS AT COMMERCIAL
BANK BUILDING, 14th and
G Sts. N. W. Good wages. 1
LABORERS Twenty Sv (3) colored: good
wages, ejiht (II hours; work rain or shine.
Apply DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA EATES
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