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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY. OCTOBER o. 191S.
ii uuLcao n SUNDAY ORDER TO STAND Despite the spread of .Spanish In fnenra, throughout the country and the Increased necessity for fresh air Jaunts to ward off the disease. Fuel Administrator Garfield announced to day that carolenelcss Sundays would continue Action on the part of the Fuel Ad ministration was caused by the re ceipt of an appeal from Gov Samuel McCall of Massachusetts asking that the Kaso!ene'"order be lifted so that the fight against Influenza might be helped. Brig Gen Charles Richard, acting surgeon general, rendered an opinion that the release of the restriction would have little, if any. Influence on checking the spread of the disease. Bond Bonds. Build Ships. Bay Liberty HANDSOME BUNGALOW . k Fort Myer Heights, Va. 1r 4 New System Hot Water Heating Plant, 8 1 Gas and Electricity. Modern Improvements, '"JL Overlooking Potomac River. " 15 Minute From Treasury By Auto IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 1 1 . " S Price, $10,000, Rents For $125.00 T ' Per Month Furnished. For Particular. $ Phone CAPT. CHARLES T. JESSE, Rtwilyn 124.C I'l VEHICLES INJURE FOUR DURING AY Tour person today are suffering from injuries sustained rsterduy In street accidents. Thrown from his blcjcle when It wa struck by an automobMe. driven by Mrs Margaret Moysis, of Atlanta. Ga, on Railroad avenue southeast. (yesterday afternoon. Israel Garber, thirteen ear old, 627 Pennsylvania acnue southeast, waa removed to Casualty Hospital suffering from severe Injuries on the head and body. Mrs. Moysla was arrested and charged with assault While riding a bicycle on Florida avenue, near First street northwest, vesterday afternoon. Frank Kebel. thirty years old. 1701. Second street northwest, was knocked don by an automobile operated by William II Scott, jr., 409 Eighth street south east. Nebel suffered a slight cut oa the head. William J Slater, flftv-slx years old. 720 Fifth street northwest, was slightly Injured last night when he was knocked down by an automobile driven by Paul Wooten, of the Union Trust Building, at New Jersey ave nue and Massachusetts avenue north west. An automobile, operated by J. F. Vanclse, 3501 Nichols avenue south east, was struck by a car of the Washington Hallwav and Electric Company at Eleventh and G streets southeast yesterday George Fugltt, a passenger in the automobile. i injured slightly on the head and body. He was removed to Casualty Hospital Retreating Germans Burn Automobiles WOMEN CALLED TO SERVE AS NURSES Ing strength. This has been dona at 1 the request of Secretary of War Baktr and Surgeon General Gorzaa. Questionnaires are being distributed ducted to enroll America's entire nurs by 3,500 Red Cross chapter. Trained nurses, pupils, and women evsry. where who have had nursing expe rience of any kind art urged to cooperate. Every American woman capable of assisting In a sick room. Is urged by the War Department to offer her serv ices to her country In the present emergency. The Red Cross'announced today that owing to the Spanish lnfluenxa Its search for nurses had been extended to all oar Urrltorles and insular pos sessions, a. survey u sow being con- SUCCEEDS DR. MUCK BOSTON. Oct. 6. A new baton win wave over the Boston Symphony or chestra next month when Henri R. baud, noted French composer and mu sician, will asanme conductorshlp. Be succeeds Dr. Muck, who waa forced out because of alleged pro-German utterances. French troops advancing in the wake of the retreating Huns pass by an automobile which had been destroyed by the Germans. The machine for some reason was not removed by the enemy, but set on fire to insure against it falling into the hands of the French. POLICE MAY STRIKE CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct E. More than 230 of the cJtj's policemen have signed resignation blanks and threaten to quit unless they are Immediately granted an eight-hour day. Voters last November approved an ordnance giving the men the eight hour day, but city officials say It cannot be put Into cffct because the city lacks funds to pay additional men. WINS FARMERETTE FLAG. Miss Jane Starr, of Los Angeles, Is the first Callfornlan to win a service flag from the National Wat Garden Commission. Miss Siarr has been most successful as a farmerette, an occupation that she has pursuedl when not selling Liberty bonds or do ing Red Cross ork. The service flag has as Its emblem a spade, which ornaments Its center. KILLED BY JOKE CUMBERLAND, Oct. 6. AlphonatU Monahan. fifteen, son of I'kU.ck .uulu han. Midland, is dead from an Injury to his head from having been hit by a. box car when he leaned out of a coach window to get air after a com panion blew snuff in his face as a Joke. Bends Put the Dam fa Potsdam, $1: ,400 2-ttory brick, 6 roost, gas, water, Iatrobe heat. Across from Navy Yard. $300 Cash, BaL Monthly. $2,650 2-story, 6-roen brick, bath, coloaki porch, large yard $300 Cash, BaL Monthly. $3,000 -NEAR LINCOLN PARK- Two-story brick, six rooms, tiled bath, hot water heat. Good condition. $350 Cash Balance Monthly. DAVID E. BARRY 1307,XW- j &r- ,4?iMltyiJ5RsZa'ieLHaB5'He v ii 3r eiBHlHRiflHlHBmnHiiBvaesBeBertaM-ttseeeesiBeeeeeev3XTKis ssisbhsbbbbk ,ai District School House in Hfllbrook. 9MSrV3 THJrBBkv m&, flk n-SJT'' &jPtiS7S.1'i j r &. -fAu 1 PWaPHHHHBBaBBBBBBaemSHSSBSSmBSBSBBaB9eiB.cfc4k?MHaHBMVl'WeP llw?PDBSSI.tjMl't4? vOTVH Minnesota Ave. (120 ft. Wide) Showing Hfllbrook on Right and Cars on Left. District Fire House in Hfllbrook. To profit by investments in real estate you must buy in a growing community where development gives assured value to your holdings. The one CERTAINTY in real estate offerings in the vicinity of Washington today is Beautifully Located Ideally Situated Superbly Improved HILL BROOK! 20 minutes from the heart of Washington, Frequent trolleys on fast schedule Already Improved! Already Built On! Inside the District! Part of Washington! One Fare! A Developed Fact! Not a Development Promise! The Pictures Tell the Story Look at the pictures shown in this ad. They give a brief and partial view of the substantial character of the building at HILL BROOK. There are fine HOMES ALREADY THERE, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, STORES, FIRE HOUSE, PAVED STREETS, SEWER, WATER, AND ELECTRICITY. HILLBROOK is inside the District an integial part of the City of Washington. It is not an experiment, it exists today. Come out tomorrow and pick your lots while the selection is good. LOTS $ 1 SO The Old Pre-War Price. Easy Terms! We have not advanced the prices of these lots a single penny. The same prices that maintained before the war before the present enormous increase in Washington Real Estate arc offered you now ON THE SAME ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. As long as you live you will never have such an opportunity to profit by buying at the old prices after new and higher prices have already come in. Come out tomorrow first choice of available locations go to first buyers. Come Out Tomorrow See HILLBR00K Take H St. car at 15th and N. Y. Ave. marked "District Line.'' Get off cars at 44th St. Salesmen will be on ground. O. B. ZANTZINGER, 903 New York Ave. N. W. Main 5371 'ssassssas. m &