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THE WVSHIXGTOX TIMES, THTRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1918. FOR SALE HOUSES THE TIMES Real Estate Bureau. Main 5260, Will put you in touch with owners and agents of Available Houses A complete description ac companies all homes listed in the Bureau which we are Slad to place before TIMKS readers, savins the necessity of extended trips about the city looking at property that docs not .neet your require ments. This department is alio equipped with information concerning towns subuiban to Washington and can tell you the easiest way to reach them, what you may expect to find there, etc There are no charges for the service. Its whole pur pose is ins extension of a real Rai KstaU; service to TIMES' readers. If you desire further in formation of homes advertis 2t0. ak for bureau, jrivinj: registered number which appears at the end of each ad. HOMES 14th ST. NEtR CLIFTON. IT rooma. 3 baths, steam heat, electric Hints, lot 31 8ii:i to alley; :0.000. LAMO.VT ST NCAR 17th. semi detached, IS rooms. 3 baths, garage y for : cars, lot ;;'.3xll0 to alio. 1. ST NEAR 1ITII. 13 rooms. 3 baths. US. 000. II ST. NEAR CONN. AVE. 13 rooms. : baths (additional lavatory); I1S.000. CLIFTON ST. WEST OF liTII, house with side lot. 11 rooms. : baths, sleeping porch. first-floor kitchen, carafe, for 3 cars: perfect order; built t lor owner as a siome. nil! be sold at a bargain, as owner Is leavlnc the city; sis.toe. TPTOX ST. NEAR STH. 13 rooms, 3 baths, hot-water heat, U3.000. S ST- NSJAR JKT11 11 rooms 1 baths, hot water heat. 1S.O00. 13TH ST. NEAR ilASS. AVE.. 11 rooms, bath. !;.300 I0T1I ST. NEAR DEVT PL rooms, bain. gas. eleclricit . 3 houses. JJ.750 ih Q ST N E JUST OFP N CArlTOI. fU 7 rooms and bath, good order. 34,000. DECATUR TU. RET 22U AND 33D RTS. N'W. two-fami'y home, first floor has & rooms, sleeping porch, bith, second floor 6 rooms, sleeping; perch, bath. S'.ono. DENT TL.. NEAR 30TH ST. rooms and bath, corner of an alley; ras and electricity. 34.3S0 CORCORAN ST. NEAR 1ST1I. rooms and bath, furnace heat. 16.500 M ST, NEAR 33I. 10 rooms and bath, furnace heat, 3 houses, S5.S00 eacb. ltTH ST. NEAR S. 8 rooms and bath. 3C.500 OREGON AVE NEAR N. H AVE, 9 rooms and bath. ST.000. HTH ST, NORTH OF S. 10 rooms. 3 baths steam heat. 33 ft front, lo--allon ideal. Price right $13,500. The F. H. SMITH CO., 11$ 15th ST. N. XV. MAIN 6464. 13 WE WILL BURCbET Intending pun tinners who demand care, experience and safety in "tcyinK real ej ifcte la or near Vshlrgton FHII,L1PS & MOORE. S20 Maryland Bid? 1410 H at. N. V?, . se-l-tt A GOOD IMEMMEM'OR HOMt lOB A COLOftLU BULK. ZZi E st N. W . 6 Twins and bath. wcl; butll tr.t-k huiif fat. in? Cmemmcnt rmer atlon price. J.iOO teinie, $U0 cat a and balarce J;i a month. JAMLd Molt K lb WOUliWAHD, in :oth tt u. Main ti 10.11. i;,13.H.16.1. ONE SIODKKN G-ruom hour tnr tuile; cb luc hw floora h w h l'ttwurih sec tion nw Addrtaa M 1 lull uu p.cc nw. for prtlcuUra R-E 20 17 , A GOOI llSTMtMM. Tvo-bior tri(.i f.. Tb- 2 a. ae. K W - flaxs looms niri latli each, rented to colured tenams l JiO -0 eaci prite I- -w. u-iia ;. JMIS Mti::tls lOODWRD 7S SOlh et N W. Mmn JtOS IK HOMRl ANli INVKSTJltTt - JVHORSUr & SUULIVA.N They Know Waablnnti'n." New ork A- Tl Main Tilt. royil-Mt lllh WT. N. Ww, NrirKKVION i:irp- 1 tonally lie irable 5 irroundinr thor ousbi modern ui-t-tla: hoirr of 10 room, t bath bjutiful ! trie fixtures ptrrens and awnlnc- lot Md ft l e, to alio or itnpoiniiT-ni to lnspe t appl JOT'S Qi INN K'J In 704 13th M N W Main 453 JOHN rToiNOUOI5 MINh. 1NIX. S14 rennf:anla At. K K. L-t U fubmlt Our List of Home aal li.Tctnot BaTore You Pureha. Je7-ltt HOMESEEKERS. ATTENTION I am otTerins several decided bar ssins In st-l"tiy modern homrs In the e-y best locktlotij. with pcssfsslon. FRANCIS BENNETT PCE, "; 17th if N W Exclusive Agent. s-6-tf I1BM M.W IIOMF.S. x rvnta and tiled batb. cellar, doubt, djrnt foot rear porches and double flj'axes. tuvrdwood Cuors and trim, paper.! and painted tapor beat, laundry tubs, cas and lectnc llehia li.&OO Convenient Terms bam pie House "i A sL S E F M JOHShO.S. Uwner and liullder. 708 N. Carolina ave. S E. Lunc. 4023. 11 THlb INTERLSTS YOU! Jf you are looking for a home In the dly as suburbs. ROMES FOR OOLORKO AND WHITW. List your bomri with o tor quick disposal and efficient service. A. FITZHOL4N WALLACE. HIS V st. N. W. rbnes Notb TZO. Open ercnlnra. "sT WANT JIORF. 1lorr FOR SALE. O.ners of propertr deslrlna to msk, nick ssles sbouid list property "Its os at "nee VJH. p. NORMOTI.E. HO F st V. W. fnTl-St ntt s t BunKa'ows and Houses Foiir rooms no. Plica. tl.n up. Terms. t50 casb up itxieonable Pavr"-1!. on Oslsieee. O. B. 7.ANTINGEP. 903 New York Ave. N. V. lUJMi as. s.:i. FOR SALE HOUSES IIIMEMATR PPtE.StnN VBR- mont a . tr!i located: four-etor: brick. 11 rms. 3 nath oct ipu-d i nwnrr, ea rsire. lot :7ill :o-n alley in rear. S..okO t ms CI1EVT rlt SC rooms bath; double enrage liius newly decu rated hurduciHi fimirs. hot water heat and e!e trie lights, caa SlO.Suo. occup.fd bjr owner cor.uiiniA r.oAi' possession October 1. I?I5. .hr . story brick. 10 roome bath e" am heat elec tric llshis A bur.ktn -U SI.400 CLJ.VKI.AM PIRK eirellenl 12rooni l.vtllitis. 1 in' ! rn im provements lot .3xM. .1J.&00. l or i-o'.ji; :i GEORGIA A i: el, rooms, bath. hot. water liat I000. Im mediate, term, nrrapct 1 VKAEH linos. Hi 1-ith at. NW. Uxcl-lvl.e AtTf-illa Main 1k;1 aeT-tf SIX room, nnd Iialll bricU ilrrellinjr. on food street N E T heat all In rood condition, price $. ( if sold tiui kly P. J. WAI-S1IK. I lie. ; . l-th st .N V. 1-U K IIWI. Till. IIOMV.s: Before ou Hj. ,n-.ult si'an.o- x. i reus. 713 Hth at J. -n llain 33f. SUBURBAN PROPERTY for si.i: ome Ray a Home or Investment at CABIN JOHN PARK! WHY NOT TODATT Tor n'ats. Illustrated books, and full par- tlculara about these Ilttl. farms, attractlrs bom. sites and low- riiees, see or wnii J. S. TOML1NSON. I3 SOUTHERN BLDO. MAIN TIB. Btx new houe and bungalows ready ft Inspection JI.fW to f? JftX 1'aey terms. WOODIUDGE. D. C. ' rnoms. larsr recep tion hall, bath, a. m. I large porcnes. range, etc II J KEATINC. 3540 3tth at. N E. l-ll" S3IAI.I, bunralow: modern Improtements stone fireplace and chimney, built-in bookcases, immediate possession BOX 4. Times orice l bCI!CEllN DUNOAIA11V SITES. ON EAST TERMS. Lots tSx340 ft. Price. 31S0. lxls 176x240 ft. Trice, 57E0. Why live In siuurbs without plenty of land? Bdild a boms according; t. your own Ideas WE CAN FINANCE TOH. Hich. well.shaded lots on rood auto road Electric car aerrlc. to tb. city without change Rannockburn.ln.the.HIUa. A. C. HOUGHTON & CO, IS1C II at. N. W. "We bav. tb. I1EST In every section." l-au3-tf FOR RENT HOUSES FURNISHED FALLS CHURCH 9 rooms, halls, attic; hot-air heater In cellar, barn. 1 square from d. o and car line. S60. or will sell. Wick TsIor property. Rocm, Plant uv, Agri. uept.. or r.ast rails iurcu. Va 14 CIIK.VV CHASE. D. C, Beautiful home, S rooms, oain. sleeping porcn. am l . garage 3 cars HARRY G. ALLEN, 1168 atunsey uias 13J FIIIMMIKU nOCSES APARTMENTS IN MOST DESIRABLE SECTION3 OT CITr AND SUBURBS. .BT SEASON OB JOHN W. THOMPSON 4 COMPANT, Incorporated 73 Uth at. N. W. Pbon. 7X3 Mala. 1y37-sat su.ru..tb-tf WAXTEI) Fl-RMMIED houne in X. XT. section, with tnree masters bedrooms and one aerv- ant's room, wanted until next spring; will take possession any time, will pay 33S0 a month I'hono Alain &so. uranch 337 1-14' nol'.Si: of ID to IS room with two baths; electric llgnts call tjiev B3w. ix APARTMENTS TO LET KCItNISUHU HOCKKEEPIN; apartment In Xtonelelglt Court. 7 rooms, attractively furnished: silver, china, and linen supplied, will sub let until January 1 at .300 per month Ap ply juur.li aiiuu&E., iiouse ox itcpresen tatitea. 1-13 WANTED. MY LEASE expires Oct. 1st and the new avner takes posses sion at that time. II you have cither a house, flat, or rooms for rent, write or telephone me. Address H. M. HARRISON, BURROUGHS ADDING MA CHINE CO., 810 13th st., 2d floor. Phone Franklin 6220. 13 HV AN ITALMN armj officer. ; or 3 rooms and bath BOX &11. Tim. a office FURNISHED apartment, im maculatclj clean and mod ern, in nice residential dis trict. Phone Mr. BABB, Franklin 2QG7. 13 TWO to flsr roo-n spt.. with bath, bv Oct. 1st IIIA 4i Times ofltce li- 1ANTI.I Four nr tle room apartment. furnish-d or unfurnished. N W sectirin rv-mber 15 Ilf l. Times offire 1-12 "FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE IFlUi;i-3: ilriU hpace for rrnf. Main I iniK. bw-ri 10 ami " p m I M FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 8I bulldlna lot for sle on Ilariarrl st. Inquire 3 OS ioricts ave. l-lj CLAIRVOYANTS " LAcrntcd by the Dittrict of Columbia. MME. CARLETTA. rKE-EMINENTI.T TUB GRKATEST OP ALU CLAIIINOYANTS AMI LITE AliMbEllS SHE NEVER MET OI' ET TEI.LS TOl'n NAME. NAMES OK PIllKNIiS AND ENKMIKS The It. st of Advi-,, and Asistn e -In All Afalra cf Life I'erfect batisfaction tu &1L 1123 14th St. IS. W. First Floor Opposite the IortUnd I'KOr. KTHN. Noted Clairvoyant Test U.Jlum. Headings daily on all aRirs of lit, lie tells nu everthinc; with mrvelfi.s scLuni) ve him. ou will make no niiKtake Studio. 107 STItKET - tt 1 i. MME. SPENCER. One of the World's Most l'islingu'shed 1'Al.MIbTS AND I.IPE IlEAIibKS Studio, 924 14th St. N. V. Without ssklnc a uion she win tell you the objett of your rail, narnes of friends, relatives and ar'u1 facts ton cernine your life and circ umetancfi which you know to be absolutely true Hours 11 to 8 P m PERFECT SATISFACTION OR NO FEE. 1-12 BELMONT Noted Clairvoyant an1 ralmfat. Oies advice on business matters, tot, health and family aTairs T-Ils th name of your future husband or wire, tells If the one jou love ts true or fat What part of the country Is lutklest to ou. What to do to be successful in lire 121$ New York a- N. XV Next door to Mssonlc Temple ! I'ALHISTS RIPH EI DON Reeocnz ! St-!entin la!m!t AuUN'e rfnl nri t ,ur falin. foe tellmc the future vith atiute certainly Terms for rorrplete tltlincatlon, 1 00 Reception parlors n e cor Sixth and Q sts N W Entrance on Sixth st. Hours. II . in. to 10 p. m. 14 SPECIAL NOTICES REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior i57 NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO. 611 F St. N. V. Frnk, N. STEIN CO, military and citizen tailors; cleaning, repairing and remodeling ladles' and gent'a clothing, specialize In altering unlforma, reasonable prices. 3316 18th nw ses-xut- GEOBGETOWN PnOTO HTCDIO 3133 M st N W Wash. D. C Photos la all the latest styles, cabt. and larger pic tures finished on Sepia, special ratea to sol dlers, postals of quality while you wait civil serilce 1'aoios. sue Amateur sup piles, dev and print- 34 hour scrlc. "OVEK THERE," 81G 17th St. N. W. Brancb of tb. Lotus lantern Tea Rwscs Ijmchon and afterrioon tea. myJVfvt TO EXTKUllINATt ItKI BUGS roaches, ants and water bugs, use 30th Century Inseetlclde. bold b druggists or A. M. C, Co. 1301 F st N. W. apJ0-0t Hurry Up Your Order for Window Shades &. THE SHADE SHOP. 5?"MS ATTENTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS Al'OOltLY worded, consumptl's lookiiiK adveriUemem baa Tary Utile puillne power. If your ad Is not aiilllns: the maxv mum amount of naulti there la a reason. We have emploted trained men whose tu.i'ness It !s to mrke cUsclfied ads pay. They has madi a thorouch study cf .-lajislfle.l adrer tlslne not only r. WasbHcton but In other larce cities, it will nol obligate you in any way to have our representative -all ou you We will sot try to sell yrm nnvthintr We ilronlv want to show you how an Intelligent force can tv applied to rour business PHONE THE TIMES Main 83t0. Classified Advt- DP. DEATHS LILDKR On Wednesday, September II, 1918. at 3 30 p m. ALEXANDER I.IKDER. In tbe Qfty-serenth year of his age Funeral service at his late residence, 615 Second street northwest, Friday, Sep tember 13, at 330 p. m. 13 STCKGE.N On Tuesday. September 10. 1911. at the Garfield Hospital. KLIZA- BHTH STURGES. Funeral from the chapel of W. R. Speare Co. 1308 II street northwest, Thursday, September 13, 1918, at 2 p. m. 1-13 UNDERTAKERS LOUIS T. CLEMENTS, Funeral Director. Theop. Clementa, Manager. Phono West 804. Funeral Parlor. 1241 Wisconsin Ave. N. W. feU-t J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND LIVERT. 313 Pa. ave N W. Telephone M 131S WASHINGTON. D C FLORAL DESIGNS GEO. C SHAFFERKJiVJs.feKi EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MODERATE PRICES. mh3-9t Special Funeral Wreaths Moderate. Flowers for all occaalons. Prompt auto service. C E. BROOKS, 1(30 14th St. N. W ! PLOU ERS for all occasions. Call Franklin 4504: residence. Kn-nklln UK. GEO. U. COOKE. 1103 Conn ave. myll-llOt J. H. SMALL &. SONS, Florists, Corner 15th and n eta, WASHINGTON Waldorf-Astoria anrE05 Madison ave. New York. Flowers for funerals a specialty. Prices moderate FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every description Moderate Prices. GUDE, 1314 F ST N W CEMETERY LOTS CEDAB 1IILI. CTaiUnjrfon'ai lioht Beautiful CemUr7 Pa. ave. S. E. (Extended). Tor Whltt People Only. BarUl Sites from 15 to SS Each. Compare our location and prices wttn those ot other cemeteries. Buy Now Before Next Advance In Plies. Save 500 per cent. Let lis take you out. show you the newest. Most logical and beautiful cemetery In Washlnctoa. FREE AUTO fetRVICE. for further Information, address JOSEPH J. CATLOR. Treas.. T3 8tb St. N. E. Pbone Line. Kl lel-sat.tu.tb-t FOR SALE LOTS A COOn SPECULATION. One block from Interior Department on J COih et . nar New York air, SO by 80 ieet. Aaiuea p iifiinci assessor at .i.iit. -. ill ell for 11.000 on eaiy terms, or less for cash JAMES MOnniS -WOODWARD. 723 0th .t. N. W. Main 580S. 10.11.12.13,14. 1S.17 EDUCATIONAL men. Larcest Frlvat behool in City Ten and Women, j irCOl'MWrV (oldest school In city). FKKr.tRtTOKV ar redited banes) New I'lSffS September 17 COMMERCIAL -reKff shorthand) DKAITlNti (me ham al architectural) Grade (day or eer.lnjr) Iansuae" IVireless Statlts 173C O St N W Bulletin Free Languages linm.iTZ vciinoi. Wnhlnsrfefi. NIR 1411, t.tt.w. Terms M7 I'e Berun At . Time. STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Old 31aonlc Temple, Otli A V Sts. Wm-lilnston. 1. C. Fullr Accredited Hr the National Association of Accredit ed Commercial Schools. 11.17 and Iventnc Sessions, Students who cuut'Miiplate entcrlns; otr school, are urged to tnakc early reclamation. Phone Main 3430 Washington College of Law CO-EDUCATIONAL Twenty third iear opens September 30 at 7 P m sessions at either 4 SO or 6-30 p m. Tuition S75 00 per annum Office hours. 10 to S.30 1317 New YorK Ae, I'hone Main 4585 au-5 3nt AUL INSTITUTE JI07 h si N V I'hone No. ZiD a HOAitniNo .srntioi. roil oini-s JIrs NANETTE U 1'ALU 1.1 n . Tres sel-30t The Catholic I nlvenlty of America. Uw, philosophy, letters and science, civil, mechanical, electrical, them leal and architectural enc;lnerlnc. accountancy and business administration PALL TKRM HKOINH SErTRMBEM 2 AUDRBS3 TjlC RKG1STRAR. sel-30t CoN7t. COM.nriK and HUJII SCHOOL t'nder direction uf Jej-u't Fathers North antDl and Kye Mreets TC W M.Ht-y Irlll under V S Army Ofrtcer 97tb Year f immnrej Monday. Sept Z2. 1S13 ISs.nd for Catalocue se9-21t ST. ALBAN'S, THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Country, day, and board inc ichooL Re opens Wednesday. Sept. 2C. 1911 LtlSHOP OK WASHINGTON, rrn Board of Trustees WILLIAM W CHURCH. Head Master. StS.SOt Warhington Montessori School cii i tren s house 1M1 Kalorama road, three to ss 3 ears of ase TRIM ARV DEPARTMENT IS2S 35th st . b to 10 years ot ace Reopens sixth year Thursday, October 3, 1911 Ap ply A J. BLACKWOOD. Sec. 134S 3 Ola St. N. XT. ut-JOt I EDUCATIONAL George Washington University Chartered by Congress, 1821. CO-EDUCATION A.L. CoIIer;e Tear Bcjrlns September 2S. Arts and Sciences. Engineering. 'd tic.ition. Mcdicln". Dentistry. fJiw. Pharmacy. Veti'rlnary Medicine. Full day courses and late aftanoon courses. About seventy-five classes In a'l collece and encjlneerlnp; subjects meet at 5.10 ancTG P. SL STUDENTS' ARSIV TRAINING CORPS Catalogues and other Information at 2023 G st Telephone West 1M3. l-se4.30t NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE and APPLIED ART inn.l TA. AVE. I Next to Rlarira nank). .llnln 1T0O. Felix Stnhony, Dlrvetor Day and Ktenlng Classes Send for Cata logue Courses in Fine, Applied, and In dustrial Arts Special Day and Evening Courses for Paymaster Examination IN Naval Reserve New Courses Sept. 18th Preparatory for College and Professional Schools Office hours. 9 to 4:30. except Saturday, Monday. Wednesday and Friday. 1:30 to :30. EMERSON INSTITUTE Phone Franklin 4443. 1740 P St. N. W se2-tf KINO-SMrlll. Teacher of Mnglng. Studios open Oct. 1. 1,13 Conn. are. Will teach during September at Studio Hall. Address Inquiries. 31T9 18th st N. W. Columbia CS7I. telO-SOt George Washington University Law School CO-EDOCATTONAL ; Begin 54th Tear Sept. 25, 1918 Member Association ot American Law Schools Strict standards. 8elect student body. Maximum credit from other schoola Instruction by most approved methods by professional teachers and lawyers In active practice. Late afternoon and optional early morning clssses for employed students. Secretary Masonlo Tempi. II. 4810 l-anl3-40t TUB SITLTOJJ BC8IXE8S RCnOOI. Shorthsnd. Typewrltlnr. English. Civil 8ervlce. Declmsl Flllnr. French and Span lash quleklr and accurate! tautht. sel-301 CIVIL SERVICK Selr-Intmctlon Doek. New 1911 revised edition, price. IX. PBUH.UA.TS BOOK SHOP. Jll O st. N. W. Franklin tilt. WASHINGTON RUSINESS and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 1317 Xew York Ave. X. XV. Crecjr Kkortbaad, Steaotrpr, Qrsv kam-PItmasi SkorthansV, Uaslac., Unsllsb. UookkeevUs;, Graded Dictation Classes In Stsas typy and Shorthand. Civil Marrlea. WOOD'S SCHOOL 311 Uast Cap. C All CommercUl nrnaefaeatSd year WASHINGTON COLL.KGK OF LAW (Co educational). Twenty-third year opens September 30, at 7 pm. Tuition $75 per annum. Sessions at either 4 50 or fi 30 p m- ad- mlttlnr of smaller classes and treat er at tention to inaiviausi neeas or tne student. Three-year course, LI, n One-year post craduate. IA. M. Special courses: Inter national uw. interstate ana t-oreiirn com merce and Federal Trade Commission For further Information and catalogue, apply to tne uean umce nours. io to &.0 1317 New York ave, Phono Main 45SS e 6.3 It WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT Or THE EMERSON INSTITUTE PREPARES -WOUEN FOR CREATER ACHIEVEMENTS 1740 P ST N W Franklin tJ. OPENS SEPT M. Evening School Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday New Classes In Ml Subjects Preparatory for Collec and Professional Schools Conversational French and Spanish - Courses WINSLOW H RANDOUH. Principal. au:7.tf ACCOUNTANCY CLASSES 'NOW FOIIMIVO Call, Phone or Write for New Bulletin PACE INSTITUTE 1004 F ST. PHOM: 3IAI.V 10187 JyU-tf EASTERN COLLEGE "o-ed.i near Wash.. D C , new bldgs . degree, prep, and Junior school courte. from age ten upward. Rata, K0. Dr. HOOP, 1'ret. Manasraa, Va., Cox i. lauOO.tu.th ra.su 31-t Spanish and F.ench f)ar and evenlnc clasves Native teachers. 1407 New York ae.. room U leU tfc.a.st:.ue-9Ct LAW SCHOOL Of The National University (Inc by Special Act of Cnnjrrens ) SO th cnr IlcAlni OrC. I. 1DS. -op: An n wartime1 inrnMir.' a complrlc thrrr-ear rour.r vtill le git en in tn c:ir rn( Kline rnil ti nt lu tbe deRrcc of Itnrhetur uf Iavrn. For cstaloRue anl Information apply Secretary. 601 Southern HMc Tel M fC17 HOLY CROSS ACADEMY. A s-lecV artf'nt: and daj st hor ) for rirls Classical, luinm rcial and cltctUe cuurst-s Lpton St , Chevy ('has. car line. H nOU'Ckll lM F.UsiTY ll depart ments open Otlnber Z. 191 K, Mediilne. Medical. Icntal, 1-a.w Arts and Sciences. Music, etc Teachers Preparatory Col- Itte, Address UEORUE W. COOK. A M. se7-30t ptTjlic LIFRAKY TFUIMNC CLSS I Free six months' course ptns Oct 20 Apply DIRECTOR. Tralmnc L!..i, Fublic l.lbr-rr i-i: FIRT.I,RWr: Civil Sen Ire examinations Tor clerks S-ept Kth and Sept H. and Oct &. tuition tor entire i ouree for these eliminations. S TIIK Civil. SERVICK I'RBI'ARATORV SCHOOL S E cor !:th and F sts Phone l'ranklln 1010 ljyl7-tf DRAFTING "The Lne o Permanent Demand.'' Qualify as a IJraftNman In 3 iv 3 month In oar Day or cbt tlaaara. Ulg demand at Uxrel'ent Salaries. Urt Latest Catalogue. Columbia School of Drafting ROT C CLAKLIN, Pres . Utn and T Sts. N. W. Entire xJuildtnr. lei-tt BRIDGEPORT STRIKE UP TO PRESIDENT Trcsidcnt Wilson has before him to day the War Department and the War Labor Board recommendation for a proclamation calling upon the Bridgeport munition workers to re turn to their labors. The recommendations were deliv ered to the Trcsidcnt last nlgnt What his course will be Is cot yet Indicated. Meantime the international union heads here have promised to do their utmost to get the machinists hack to work. Latest advices indicated, however, that the Bridgeport group w defy ing the chiefs. Incidentally, It has become known that recently the workers were ad vised to return to work and o.-?anize for a general strike In October. This recommendation was super ceded yesterday by one calling upon them to go back, without respect to future action. Incidentally the Government is r ill working on the matter of comman deering the Smith & Wesson works at Springfield. Mass. This action. It is held, will help In part to show labor that the Government Is Im partial as between capital and labor. The Springfield manufacturers de fied the war labor board. So It Is planned to take their plant over. And If President Wilson follows the Bridgeport advice, labor will be shown that it too can be comman deered provided It does not return to work as he would ask. F LIST JUST, SAYS WILSON Charges that the fair price list of the District food administration as now published weekly In Washington It an advertisement for the chain stores, made at a meeting of the Re tail Grocers' Protective Association last night, were denied by Clarence It. Wilson, food administrator, today. "The fair price list policy Is the best and fairest method obtainable," declared the food administrator, "By this plan the people are protected from profiteering, which Is the main object of the list. Dealers are also given a fair profit, and If some deal ers have to pay higher prices than others, it Is the fault of their buyers and not the food administration. .Small dealers cannot be allowed to charge more than thp larger dealers." Mr. Wilson declared at the grocer. meeting that If dealers wlovated the fair price list thev would be drien from business. Advising grocers to curtail overhead expenses, Mr. II son said: "One of the greatest Items in thi cost of runnjng abusiness Is delivery service, credit business should b cut down too. If the cost of business Is reduced then perhaps the fair price margins are not Impossible after all. ' AUCTION SALES AUTOMOBILES BT PUBLIC AUCTION At WESCHLER'S 920 Pa. Ave. N. V. SATURDAY, J! O'CLOCK NOON. 1917 Ford Touring-. 1317 Maxwell Touring. E. L A. S. 1916 Hudson. S-pass, E. L & S. 1916 Ford Touring. 191C Clover Elkhart (Clover Lear). 1916 Dort Touring. E. L & S. Cadillac Roadster. Overlsnd Touring. Columbia Limousine. StoddartDayton Limousins. OTHER AUTOS. 13 1SV IRTl'K of a certain deed of trust duly recorded In Liber No 3855 at Kollo 176 of the Land Records of the District of Columbia and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned Trustees will sell at public auction at the office of Thomas J Owen A hon. 1331 O Street northwest. Washington. D C. on Monday, the 16th day of September, 191", at three o'clock p m, the following described land and premises situated In the City of Wash Ington. District of Columbia Ixt num bered nlnety-rUe (95) In square numbered thlrty-seen hundred and eight (3708) In the subdivision known as Chlllum Castle Heights, as per plat recorded in the office of the Surveyor fr the District of Colum bia in Hook 54. page IS. Terms One-third cash, balance In equal Installments at one and two years with interest at C per centum per annum, payable semi-annually from the day of sale, and aerured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the purchas er's option A deposit or 3300 00 will be required at the time of sale All convey ancing and recording will be at the pur chaser's cost Terras to be compile,! with within ten das. otherwise the trustees re serve the right to resell at the risk and cust of the defaulting purehaaer WILTON J LAMnERT. C II POPE, Trustees. GEORCE n TRASER. Attorney for Trustees 5 9.13 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE Local Merchants, Attention We r now prepared to hand' local freUfbt in 1k and piuall lot In city or out of town. ( refill rarkera and cbauffaur Truck Jnnd a tpeclalty. MARYLAND MOTOR FAST FREIGHT COMPANY rnone. wvlts or call rate schedule. IS New vtk are. N. !. Phona Frank. 6471. dslly ex Silt sot UK.KKI.Y nill'.-N, llaltlmore. l llmiugton. Philadelphia. MJITII'3 TRANSFI'lt A RIO It AGE North ill ti: b at. N. W an9tt roR i ONU m-Tcr. mottso. qcicr hairgarfe :elter. trips 1m IWltllnore. Vl' ralngton and 5"hils-lelthla call MULLLN'd AUiO lRt.N.r'r.K. SH lh .t nw. M I:J MOTOR TKI CKS FOR UADLIXO. Ba.llmore. PbllaoelptU and Ale-.al.uru, my NOlJOBnTOO LAROB-NONB TOO SUALL R. S R. TRANSFKR EXPRESS CO. Il rt.JVSljllhstL N W. Prank MU. UOV1M.. PACKING. HHIPPI.SO, "and star. ars-NORTHKAST TRA-NKKER ft STOR- ioeco. IV H U N e. fa. unc. ait. RELIABLE QUICK SERVICE NEW 2 TON TRUCKS SHORT AND LONG HAULS. C. H. THOMAS. 12U B st- nw. Jel400t UL'lCli ACTO SERVICE Any pta-s-s. W BAUJWLN'S EXPKLSa. tot l-th at. N. W. Main lis. MOUIpjn LAUDED VANS MUVIINU FURNISHED. Pbon u. ano-ran. KREIU'S EXPRESS, ITS H Btreet S. W. STORAGE. PACKINO AND gHIPPTNO. -8AFETT FTRbT." ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF KTORAOB. UNITED ST-ATU3 STORAGE CO. Rooms. l-"0 and up. Uavlnx. Pacldag. Phone Main r Ili-CO 10th st. N. W or Franklin M3 CI KAN. drv atorac for fnrnltur fks planoa Estimates cheerfully ylvea. VCESCHLER'S lit Pa. a vs. N. W. f asa Ula UlU FAR ARMED LUNATIC CAUGHT BY RUSE Following twenty-four hours of sensational defiance of police and hospital authorities from his room In the Metropolitan Hotel, Lieut. True Y. Burgess today Is again a patient at the Government Hospital for the In sane, apparently none the worse for his outbreak. ISy a simple ruse. Burgess was dis armed when Italph McKce, manager of the hotel, ordered him to "give up his gun or leave the hotel." In this manner. Detective Sergeants O'Brien, Kelly, and Mullen were able to take Burgess without fear of his committing suicide. I-orere Automatic-. Having persuaded Burgess to lay his weapon a Colt automatic of large caliber In front of his room door, the detectives seized him when lie reached his arm through the transom to re ceive some change he had ordered and held him there until the door could be broken In. This was made necessary because of the fear that If the detec tives broke in the door after Burgess had given up his weapon, be would leap from the window to carry out his threat of suicide. Mr. McKee said today that Burgess had called him up and apologized for the way In which he was acting In the CHAIRMAN HAYS ILARGE BEQUESTS DENIES CHARGES! TO D. C. RESIDENTS "Keep partisanship out of the war and the war out of partisan politics. Let not political parties spend their time accusing each other of disloy alty when both are loyal." In this fashion Chairman Will Hays, of the Republican national committee, today wrote Secretary Tumulty, denying alleged reports that he had told Republican chairmen in conclave at Chicago that the Demo cratic party would accept even a compromise of the war to assure re election. Denlea Charges What he said at Chicago, Hays de clared, was substantially as follow: "Disloyalty charges 'give a totally false Impression to the enemy asd those who launch them are 'guilty In that very act of the worst kind of disloyalty,"" Hays said, "let us hltcn up both our great political horses and have them both used, unhampered, freely to pull this load, each striving to see which can pull the hardsr." The Republican chairman vigorous ly attacked action of Democrats in Wisconsin, who, he said, postered the State declaring & vote for Joseph B. Davies at the recent election there j "means Joy at Washington and gloom at Berlin" while "Davies" defeat means gloom at Washington and Joy at Berlin." "I regard this as an Infamous pros titution of all patriotic proprieties and the grossest violation of the plainest civil duty, worthy of the severest con demnation of all Americans. Renews Accusations. "From such actions It Is evident, and I regret to say It. that these Democratic leaders will go to any length to carry the Senate and House. Such unpatriotic efforts to use the war for partisan purposes must fall. Tbe American people will not tolerate it. This Is the war of no political party, this Is the people's war, and we demand that the war be kept out of partisan politics and that partisan ship be kept out of the war." Referring directly to Tumulty's question regarding Hays' alleged question of Democratic loyalty, tne Republican chairman said: "I made remarks referring In a gen eral way to the length to which the Democratic leaders are going in their efforts to control the Senate and House, and also to the Irrevocable stand of the Republican party for a vigorous prosecution of the war and against an Inconclusive peace. I did not use the words quoted la your tele gram." KILLED BY FALL Lieut. J. Wilder Tomlinson. of the aviation corps, who was killed es terday at Brooks Field, Tex., was a Washington man, and the first mem ber of the Washington Arts Club to lose his life in tbe service. He was a graduate of McKinley Manual Training School, and was well known in local theatrical circles. A dispatch from Co! 11. C. Piatt, announcing Lieutenant Tomlinson's death, was to the effect that his ma chine became unmanageable and fell to earth from a high altitude The communication was received by his parents. Major and Mrs. John S. Tomlinson. who live at 1311 Vermont avenue northwest. Ten das ago Lieutenant Tomlin son paid a isit to his parents in Washington, at the time of his trans fer from the training ichool In Ten nessee to that in Texas He wa. tuenty-three ears old. and had spent the greater part of his life in Wah ington. He enl'sted in the a iation corps last Marrh, and was sent to Princeton for his ground training, graduating at the head of his class. The body will be brought to Wash ington, the funeral to be held at the Church of Epiphany with interment in Arlington National Cemetery. Are Rent Profiteers Essential? Draft Board Officials Are Asked Inquiries are reachinc Wash ington as to whether a profiteer ing landlord would bo classed as engaged in an essential Industry. Several questioners indicated they hoped the worst for such "gougers" under the extended draft ages. CAPITAL AVATOR hotel, but said he had to act that way couldn't help It. He said he was sorry he had to point his pistol at Detective Scrivener yesterday after noon In the hall of the hotel. A little later Burgess called Mr. McKee and asked for change for a 15 note. It was then that Manager Mc Kee told Burgess he would put him out of the hotel unless he gave up his pistol. When Burgess laid his pistol in front of his room door. Detective O'Brien thought he could capture him without taking a chance on Burgess' doing himself injury. Burgess was standing on a chair behind his door when O'Brien brought the change. O'Brien having taken the place of the bellboy for tbe purpose. Burgess reached his hand through the transom to get the change, and O'Brien suddenly grasped nls arm and held fast, while Detectives Kelly and Mullen broke open the door. Olade Fool f Self." "I made a fool of myself," Burgess said when the detectives had gained entrance to his room. "I'm sorry you had to break down the door." Under the Impression Detective Scrivener was a guest of the hotel, he also apologized for pointing the pistol at him. He was taken first to police head quarters and later to the hospital. Disposing of an estate valued at ap proximately l',500.000, the will of Col. Orren A. Staples, dated April 10, 1903, was filed for probate todsy. The testator asks that the follow ing cash bequests be made: To Gash iere De Witt, 120,000: Gertrude Staples Gardner, Ruth Staples Reld, and Mary Staples Neir, each J10.000. To Charles Nichols, a brother of Colonel Staples' late wife, $5,000. To Dr. Ray Staples. $10,000, and $3,000 to A. J. Nichols, her nephew, Edith and Helen E. Nichols, George Nichols. Theodore Nichols, John Nichols, Mrs. Hattle Newell, Mrs. Cecelia Tiffany, Mrs. Lcvie M. Jenks. Mrs. Pauline Law rence, and to Mrs. Mary E. Branson. To his brother, Charles F. Staples, Is given the mortgage due the estate and $20,000 In cash. Personal ef fects are bequeathed to Harold and Orren D WltL The etejCdue of the estate Is to b-convej'-J to the children of Mrs. Hel en Deitt at their majority. Regard ing the Riggs Hotel property, which he owned, at Flfteentth street and Pennsylvania avenue, the testator di rected that It be "held until it c4i be sold at the best advantage." Edward M. Gates, of Wtaertnwn. N. T., Cashlere De Witt and Edward F. Fox are executors. Colonel Staples had married since making this will and leaves a jrldow and child. LAW BEING DRAFTED President Wilson will give his active support to an amendment to the revenue bill seeking to prohibit the employment of child labor in the United States. . I This announcement was made by Senator Pomerene of Ohio this after noon following a conference with the Chief Executive. The amendment has not yet been drawn, but It will take the form of a prohibitive tax on the products of Industries employing child labor Today's Market Hints Prices to retailers and reneral market Information furnished by Bureau of Mar kets, U S. Department ot Agriculture, fair prjkea to consumers, by the District Food Administration ARUNDAVT EicpUnt. cabbaa;e. strine beans, tomatoes, peppers, sweet corn. cookln; apples, potatoes, kale NORM VI. Sweet potatoes, onions, carrots. crapes, plums, cantaloupes, pears, cu cumbers, lettuce. SCARCE Orances.Veatlnp; apples, water melons, beets, bananas, lemons, peaches. EUETAni.ES. Product. Cost to Fair price Grade. Retailer to consunv etc. Today. er Today. nnS, snap. 4 pk... 7-10e 10-lSc I.EFTS. Bunch ....... 6- 7c 7-lOc CKI.ERT. hunch 4- 7c B-lle CAIIIIMiR. lb :- :c sy.e CARROTS, bunch l-4c 4-.6e do cut. lb 5t-l'ac 4- 5e CUCUMBERS I-ncat. each 3- 4c 4- Ce EGlirUNT I-ocal. each 3- 5c 5- Se KXLKaPk (3 lbs ) . 8-i:c ll-17r a,,,. All.,., W I, IIT.. -9 J. w , . do New Tork. hesd.. S-lCc -15e ' ONIONS, dry, . pk. .. 10-lIc 13-18 PETPERS. local, each. S-4c l-le POTVTOES No. 1. pk 4S-S0C SO-SOesw No Z. pk I3-30C 30-40O Sweet. No 1. pk.... 15-15c 1S-35C SPINACH New Zealand, t; pk. 5- 7c 7-lOe r.QL'sii. white, each.. l-!4c lVWe MIEKT CORN Irge. dox 30-4OC 40-55 Medium, doz....... 15-35C SO-SSe TOMVTOES I-ocal. No 1, . pk. S-lle 10-llle Local. No. I. pk 4- 7c 6-10 FRIITS. APPLES do. fancy, '; pk... ll-17e H-ISo do. jtood. U Pk.. It-lie 11.15 do. second. U pk.. 4- c S-lle nVNS. iior . ti-JOc J0-4te CANTALOIPEM. local No 1. each J-Kc 13-18 do.. local No. Z. each 4- c 6-10e do . Colo and Del., etch -c S-He GO,PE Loial (3 lb bsk . 30-35C 35-45 do, shipped In. (4 qt. bsk) 43-SSc 50-73C LEMONS Oal. 442's. doz ll-Ile ZSSZe do., 350-1. doz 34-37C 30-3S OBAMiKH Cal Val. !18's. doz. S0-S3O 60-70o do . Cal. Val. lHs. doz. . . . 80-83C 73-AOe PEARS. Cal best. doz. 30-3 Ic 33-1 J TEA CUES- White and yellow (4 ql bsk l 51-7e SSr-Sl.OO do white and el low, U Pk . . . 1 35c 15-33 WATERMELONS, lb l.-3o S4-3e PLTJSIS -Westers. Qt bsk.). 60-Slc 75C-J1.10 NEW LO LABOR POLITICS STARTS ROW IN CONGRESS Congressman Heflln of Alabama Dl the House today delivered an attack on the Republican party declartna; that their efforts to win the next House of Representatives constituted a "comfort to the Kaiser," and waa an attempt to repudiate President Wilson. Heflln mentioned Congressman Re denburg of Illinois. Senator Sherman of Illinois, and WiU H. Hays, national Republican chairman. He also reopened his old qnarnl with Congressmen Mason and Brit ten of Chicago. On Insistence of Congressman Des Ison of Illinois, Heflln was ordered by the chair to stop referring- direct ly to Senator Sherman. WANTS FOOTBALL1 Senator Hitchcock today asked tta War "Department to rule whether In tercollegiate football la to be per mitted this year. Colleges have been warned. Hlea cock said, that the students army training corps, which has taken over many colleges for training tonnr men under the new army educational plan, wist not allow football to ba played. This. Hitchcock said, win cost Jhs Red Cross and other war activities large sums. He stated that the Uni versity of Nebraska alone probably will turn over $15,000 to the Red Cross this year If allowed to play out Its football schedule. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Jfo. 27. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF TI1E Potomac Savings Bank of Georgetown, v At Washington. In the District of ColnmMa, at the close of business Aucust 11. 1MJ. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ......... Overdrafts, secured and un secured C. S. certificates of Indebted- nesa ...... a ......... . ...... Liberty bonds, onpledred..... Bonds, securities, etc Banking house Furniture and futures Other real estate osrned...... Due from national banks... ... Due from State and private banks and bankers, trust companies. and savlnss bsnks Checks and other cash Items. Lawful money reserve la bank. viz: Specie . Internal revenue itampi ..... War Savlnd and Tnrtrt Scamps owned ............ $S9i,m.s 1M ::t.50Co9 U1.J1T.M ts.iorn 17.S9C0S t.tlZ ST ::.sts st r JC.SSJ T sa-ss JSfl Total 1.7:5.014 IT LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In 1100.000 00 UndlTlded .profits, less ex penses and taxes paid ..... SS,S37 2 Dividends unpaid 24 i) Individual deposits subjsct to check SS4.SJI7; Savlnrs deposits S94.SC? 97 Tim certificates ot deposit... 15.0 Jl if Certified checks ;.7;l5 Cashier's checks outsUndlnc. 10.43017 Total 1.755.0SOS7 District of Columbia. City of Washing ton, ss: I. B. A. BOWLES. Cashier of the abor-e-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledze and belief. . B. A. BOWLES. Cashier,. Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 11th dsy of September. 11. (Seal.) H. a KLEINSCHMIDT, Notary Public. D. a Correct Attest: G. XV. OtTutt. P. J. Clarke. W W. Anderson, Georrs W. OtrutC'"' Samuel Arts. Emory R. Boiley, Alphonse M. Baer. G. W. Ray. Henry W. OHutt. M. Wlllaon OffntV D. B. Ellin, J. Win, Stohlman. Directors. FINANCIAL EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING., ASSOCIATION Assets, $3,581,361 Be Sure to Save Sometbing Each Pay Day. The men and women who save are the ones who prosper. Are you laying the foundation for your financial Independence by I aavlnc? ilake np your mind to loin the Equitable and save systematically. Subscriptions for the 75th Issue of Stock Being Received Shares, $2.50 Per Month 47q Interest EQUITABLE BUILDING. 915 F SL N. W. JOHX JOT EDSOX, President FRANK P. TIEESIDK. Sceretarx PVTIUOTS 18 o 45 'Win RECISTKn. IBUIsaS, .,;.,. - .. -. The Safest Investments are tho that do not fluctuate dorinr dis turbed conditions of the money or stock markets. First deed of trust notes (first mortgages), well secured on real estate la the District of Columbia, constitute "rtU edjee tnvestmerts. and they do not de pend upon the financial responsibility ot Indlriduals or corporations for their sta bility. We can supply such laTestments In amounts from 1500 upward- Send for booklet. "Conceroinr Ioans and XoTest ments. SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO. 737 15th St. N. W. TT-kHORHING I LOANS On, Diamonds, Watcbe and Jewelry (South of Highway Bridge) BCII.MvSS TlLA-SSACTEa !rr-1T. IIVEL.Y TBESBi Tak cars at 12th at. and Penna7lTa ala ava. for soutb. and ot Hlrfcwai Bxldtca. Dna ctr Uckat ekclt WW, CONTINUED IN FALL'