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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 30; 1918. IT V BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS UMBRELLAS ncCOVERCD. HOME UMBRELLA CO. Repairing- and Re-covering. New Umbrel las and Parasols. t:j 9th st. If. W. seplO-tf XlATEST SONG HITS A GRECIAN LOVE SONG A song that touches the heart. A beautiful nnc, easy to Inc tad play. The lilt of the year. Professional! send 2c stamp fcr orches tration. Music sent free of charge. Published by Peter O. Kemstudls. Corn go'' "d Song Writer. 1210 M st. N. W Washing-ton. D. a Telephone West 1545. no20.2ILexS CARDS. 1.000 BUSINESS cards SLp 100 VUIUnc Cards Sc National ServJc Bureau. 60S H it. N. W. no22-90t SltrLTlGUAriUNG --yV Multigraphing'EnlIPVdSrnered Mimeographing 7. The Largest and Oldest Mnltigraphlnr Establishment in Washinrtou. THE DUPLICATOR CO., Wlllard Fracker. Mgr. Main tlCI, KOI N. T. aTe. N. W. nolt-IOt scum-tors. LAWN AND GARDEN rtmNTrTJBE Mads from Caen 8ton- LOUIS OB PRANCESKI & CO. 1105 II St. N. W. inl4.90t SIGN TAINTING. ARTIST JOHNSON ca Painting-. Picture Painting and Dee- eratlns. visiting- Cards a Specialty. AU Prices Reasonable. Orders promptly Attended to. Phone N. 2529. TO! Florida are, N. W. no9-90t ATJTO GLASS. EEC 11E for your broken wlndxhlrld, fe dao, glass tor your carr glaxlng none. TARANTO. 1111 X. T. ave. Frank. 4.529. Work guaranteed, no20-tf SEW AND SECOXn HAND CLOTHES IJYJ5 YTmE' BUSINESS rEOrLK thafe how you And us, and It pays best to deal with this prosperous house that nas the cash at all times to buy any amount of men's worn clotblne. shoes, etc. Ton take no chances as we roust wm get left. Phone us. JUSTirS OLD BTAND. 519 D. -" UMBRELLA KEPAIRINO. UMBRELLA RETAIBXSO. W also carry a complete stock of new vmbrellas. 10 E cL N. W. one door from 9th. s noO-OTt WINDOW SHADES. ;OOU quaity opaque Best quality, at tUted to youi C1 fifi opaque. huncCI 1C Window '....UU fre ?I.IJ We call with samples. Ph. Hue. 572. KLEEBLATT'S 1XTII AND H ELECTRICAL. ELECTRICAL EXPERT If you hare any electrical repairs or In stalling that must be done drop CI.ARKB '.a postal. You will find htm on the Job. FV L. CLARKE, 1421 M St. N. W. 1-991 DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING rf" l FIRST CLAJs" DUESSJlAKrUWLadle.' tailoring, and remodeling- at reasonable rates; no delay la wcrk. IMS Ith at. nw. c2s-99t PIANO TUNING. tUU. J. SCHAEFTXK. RM .Pianos and players tuned and repaired; 21 years experience. Phone North 1221-W. 2011 Kearney st. N. E. oc24-tf X- GEORGE H. ELY. tZ. "Per years fine tuner with E. F. Droop (tens Co. Ph. CoL JU3-J. 2322 Ontario rd.' mhi-JOt Z. CHAS. A. NZXKEB. S3 Formerly with Chas. XL Ptleft. Columbia 4142-W. till ith St myll-COt DUESSMAICCR. lirUCM.rekr.t ot an Kini toy capert sewer and ntter. MRS. BUILT HKI BiKK. I; ltib N. W. Phone Col am. bis Til. eetl-Stt PAINTING AND REPAIRING. XF IN TROUBLE CALL FOB. CHARLES GISIN. TCsed cars bought and sold. SU Prospect k. N. W. West 1ST ses-llt rn inter. LET ME DO YOUR PRINTING Producer of Popular Priced Printlnr. All Work Promptly and Neatly Dons. C Johnson Ph. Tr. 23S2. 414 Va. are. sw. oc2(-ltt RAINCOATS. BIG BARGAINS IN .RAIN COATS; latent styles In men's, women's and chlldren'a Ws carry a line of ambreltaa and rubbera It will pay you to come into the QUALITY RAINCOAT SHOP. 1013 K St. N. W. oc24-IOt FOBS IlEllODELED. WILL REMODEL TOCK FUK-S equal te new at 2S per cent less down town prices. Work ruaranteed; open evenings. I2T O st- N. E. se30-0t TCJtS BUtODELED, LINED. MTEAMED AND CLEANtn. MADE LIKE NEW. REASONABLE. WILL CALL FOR OR. DER3. 220 12th St. N. W. IKSTRCSIENTS REPAIRED. ALPHA INSTRUMENT CO. Repairs Instruments ot Precision, C M, PIGEON. 'MgT. (14 E It, N. W. mhl4-IOt GENERAL HOUSE REPAIRING CARPENTER and BUILDER Alterations and building repairing, gar SLges built of all kinds Call for estimate. Franklin C7IL 8. OTTO. 2117 11th st- nw. laul-20t FLOORS REFINLSHED, Renovated and polished; expert workmen; reasonable prices, personal supervision, IDEAL WORK BY THE IDEAL CO, 441 MASS. AVE. lap-24-tf CHAIR REPAIRING. CHAIRS CANED ' And repaired. Call North lilt . Jylit CLAIRVOYANTS tAsnued by tkr DUtncz of Cnlx-iHv MME. SPENCER One of the World's Most Dlstlnsdlnhed PALMISTS AND LIFE READERS v Studio, 924 14th SL N. W. CONSULT THIS GIFTED LADY AND BE CONVINCED PERSONALLY OF THE HONESTY - AND THE SINCERITY OF HER WORK Without asking a question she will tell you the object of your call, names of friends, relatives and actual facta concern ing your life and circumstances which you know to be absolutely true. Hours 10 a. xn- to p in PERFECT SATISFACTION OR NO ppp ,.. i ' i BELMONT Noted clairvoyant and palmist. Gives advice on business matters, love, health and family strain. Tells name ot your future husband or wife, tells If one you love Is true or false. What part of the country Is luckiest to you. What to do to t successful In Ufa. 121C N. T. ars. JJ. W Next door to Masonlo Temple. Readings. II. 20 PALMISTS Falm1try Is a recognired srlenee. and R1ZPAH ELDOX IS KNOWN AS ONE OF ITS CREATEST EXPONENTS Hundreds Visit This nemiVLable Woman Dxlly Complete readings, with accurate descrip tion of what your hand foretells, only one dollsr Reception parlors N E. corner of Ith and u N. W entrance Cth st. Hours. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. if , FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES THE TIMES Used, Car Bureau MAIN 5260 Will get you in touch with people who have second hand cars or trucks -for sale. If you want to buy a car advertise in these columns and the services of this bureau are at your service without charge. If you desire further description of cars adver tised call Main 5260, ask for bureau, giving regis tered number at end of ad. .-1 AETOING TODAT? SURE.. My Detroit Weatherproof Top defies cold better than a limousine; oraer yours today. Manufac ture' Agent, 2102 II sL N. W. BTJICK TOURING CAR Al condition; rood tires; a bargain American Auto Top Co., 1(01 14th St. N. w. BUICK Light six, roadster: perfect con dition, khaki paint; tan top; seat cov era; 5 Goodyear cord tires: tire pump at tachment: J92S. Main 2570, branch Sill (Ret 4022.) 1-5 m 7tFst BL1CK- ht 6: Orstclass condition, 12(3 St. Jf. W. (Reg. 4018.) 1-30 BRISCOE 1917 model; flrst-elaas condi tion; run only t.000 miles: ITS0 for cash; machine looks and runs like new; can be seen any time at 11C Jth st. N. E. (Rec 4007.) 1-2 DIDDLE, four-pass, ear, U17 model; ex cellent condition; $1,100. Can be s-en Emerson ft Orme Carace. 1120 M St.; ast for Mr. Peake, or teL War Dept, Branch ISC. (Rec. 306.) 20 CHANDLER, 3918, 7-passen- ger; mechanical condition excellent. New tires. Must be sold at once. For demonstra tion, call Mr. MILLER, North 1943. 2 CHANDLER 1917 model; 7- pass.: must sell at once; price $750. GANZERT. 910 14th st. Main 7680. (Res:. 4004.) i-i tiiViU)LLT 1817 4BO tourinr. new tires, first-class condition. S400 cash will demonstrate. Call Lincoln 2027, ask for MR. MATNARD. (Rer. 4024.) S CHEVROLET CAR Four-eyllnder. 3-pa- senrer. 1911 model, new June 10th, lilt. Run about 1S00 miles. Phone North 1704. or iztfc 5tn st. jr. v. l- CHITIROLET S-naasenrer. car in Al ran ditlon: a barraln, SII6. 24 Randolph Pi. ;m. . i-io- CHEVROLET 4-90. 1016 model, S-passen-rers; In rood condition: must be sold at once. Apply NATIONAL PANTS FAC TORY, 40S 1st st, S. E. Phone Line. 2)1. (Rer. 4012.) 3 CHEVROLET, HIS, Royal Mall roadster; bargain for quick sale; will demonstrate. Call North (, Apt, 454 X WILL SACRIFICE my Cole S-paasenger car In tint-class condition, X4SI. Call Line. t(t2..tRcg.,40:D ., 1 DODGE TOURING -Al condition; good tires. Apply 1( (th t. N. C, after 8 p. m.: Sungay until noon, , 1-2 DORT Roadster: rood conditions hew bat tery; $:;0; Ford tourinr. early 1911. easy rldlnr: many extras. Al condition; ISO". LEO IMBLUM, Bliss Electrical .School, Call from 7:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. (Rer. 4017.) 1-i FRANKLIN 1117 Club roadster: tb-fi In rood condition; 1 extra never un wrapped: paint almost new; tally equip ped. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Rer. 4000. l FORD TOWN CAR TOP Used one month, for sale at barraln, J. EDWARD LEWIS. 1129 Penna. ate. N. W. FORD TOURING. ISI; many extras; Just overnauiea. itossiyn itu-A. (iter. 4025.' i FORD fcEDAN. 1817 model; electric lights, starter, demountable rims, wire wheels, fully equipped. Call Line 10C9. (Reg. 4026 ) 2 FORD COCFF.LET. 1911. with extras. C A RUrPART. 216 Pa. ate. S. E. (Reg. 4019 ) S FORD Good condition; all new tires; over 2100 worth or extras; cheap for cash Rail ADAMS BARBER SHOP. 9th and I sts. N. W. Phone Frank 7508 1-4 FORD Touring car: In good condition. For particulars, call Col 4209. (Reg. 4002 ) 1-1 FORD DECORATIONS Dl.ro Starters and Simplicity Demountable wheels are sat isfaction or your money back Investigate today. HIKES AUTO SUPPLIES CO. 921 D st. . w. ocii-ist FORD AUTOMOBILES OVERHAULED And placed In flrst-claes condition for Sli. Valves around and carburetors filed. S3. AH work strictly ruaranteed. REAR 90S S ST. N. W. KINGSTON MOTOR CO. North Z2U. HAVE a 5-passenrer car In very rood con dition, cheap for cash sale. Miss REID. 52C0 Main; (Reg. 4009.) 1-i HUDSON CABRIOLET. Al condi tion. Apply rear 723 3d st N. V. 1-6 IICDON euprr six tourinr: motor Jut ov-rhsnled: bargain for quick sale tS Mr. DENEANE, Semints Motcr Co. (12 G st V VT- 1-30 Hll'MOIllIJ; louring; excellent condition. 1450, owner Irutlng city Inquire GIE BKI.'S OARAC E. rear tli II st N. E 2 MAXWKLI.. 1917, touring: like new; ex change for ciulty in Improved real es tate West 128S (Reg. 400S.) 2 MITCHELL ISI7. newly painted and over hauled, looks like new. bargain fur quick cash sale. J J ALLEN. 107 Norm Capitol st (Reg. 2011 ) 30 MITCHELL SERVICE BY MITCHELL KXPERTS. MITCHELL AUTO REPAIR HOP. 1(21 7th ST N W PIIUNE NORTH l OtKMMV - 1916 hpcrdcar. electric light. starter, motor oerhsuIed. two new tl-cs recently painted. (Her. 4020 ) Miss R-id, Msln 52(0 1.6 OVERLAND Roadster; In splendid me chanical condition; lires all new. fully equipped, many extras, car well cared for, owner mechanic. Miss REID. 52(0 Main Reg. 4015.) x.i OVERLAND Flve-pasMnger, In good con dition rord roadster Rear 1412 .Irving at- N. W. Phone CoL 2117. (Reg. 4021 ) l-e OAKLAND 15 3-paaa., 1525 cash; brand new top: worth looking over. AMERICAN AUTO TOP SHOP. ICO! Uth st N. W. eel7-tf OTERLAND 3Iodel 79: perfect conditions will sell reasonable or will exchange for late model Ford. 425 U st. N. W. rbone N. 2722-J. 20 FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES OVERLAND Model CD; ff-pass. touring perfect condition will demonstrate. See Miss REID, 5250 Main. (Ret. 2022.) 1.1 RKO, HIS Touring car; almost newt spars tire, rnains. etc . perfect condition J1.200. BOX ISC, Times office. 1-2 SUCON SIX Chummy roadster. ISIS model, nre new tires; full equipment: can be seen any time at BUCKLEY'S GARAGE, 1131 Hat St. N. W. (Iter. 4001.) 1-1 STANLEY 8TEASI SEDAN tale mod-1. In perfect condition, a bargain for quick sale. -wnnM consider terms. 317 ISth rt. N. E. jntrt 30it ) 10 bTKt EN-DITIYEA roadster; perfect condition, wondtrfut motor: electric Hchts. starter, classy and economical, ap preciated by one understanding; cars, bar raln for cash. See MISS REID. I20 Main. STCDEDAKCR Roadster; fine ensine: rood runnlne condition; barraln at (1SS. 1507 R. I ae. N. E. 1-1 Simplicity Demountable p ( r r C MheeU For " u " w OLD WAY Stops the drudrery of pulllnr and pry inr to ret off caslnrs, rims and back breaklnr pumplnr. Mff WAY Ellmlrates you from the dirty work. Takes all the punk out of punctures. A child of t-n years can change the Simplicity wheel IN 4 MINUTES COMPLETE INSTALLATION WITH EXTRA WHEEL & SPE- eJo nn CIAL BARRIER 'J,V" SIMPLICITY WHEEL CO- Main 72S3. (II E St- N. W. F. M. JOHNSTON, Oeneral ilrr. YOTJR enrlne troubles explained; ret DykVs Anta Xncrcla. Pearlman's. til O at. nw. THE CAR YOU WANT msy not be. adrertlsed her today. Tat surest, quickest way Is to tell In a Times Want Ad the kind of a car ynn want. Tbe ad will run under Agios Wanted. Phoas the ad. Mam 11(0 Rill will be sent. MACHINISTS. J. L. ONEY t: SON. Duplicating, auto par la Machine Shop. Franklin CITS 302 13th st. N. W. noiciot TIRC REPAIRING. WE VULCANIZE TIRES Let me do your vulcanlxinr if you ars looklnr for rood and quick results. Trade your old tires In for new ones. K. CSUDA. Phone Ft. (03. 122 M at, N. W. , no22-IOt ALTO ACCESSORIES BIG TIRE SALE 4,000 and 5,000 Mile Tires At a Savlnr ot 31 to 45 Per Cent, 20x3 Plain $11.00 30x3H Plain 13.7S 30x31) Non-Skid K.tO 22x31, Non-Skid 11.30 24X3U Non-Skld 21.00 31x4 Non-Skld 24.00 32x4 Non-Skld 2S.0O 33x4 Non-Skld 2(.0Q 31x4 Non-Skld 27.00 2(4 Non-Skld 21.00 24x44 Non-Skld 25.00 35x4i Non-Skld 35 00 2CX4V1 Non-Skld 27.(0 25x5 Non-Skld 35.00 37x5 Non-Skld 40.00 These prices can't last. Get yours i once. Tires are advancing. DIXIE TIRE CO., 1118 H St N. E. Lincoln 5121. OPEN EVENINGS. 30 f 100 20x3Vk Tire. Fresh Stack. SA'.'lllKJCE AT 31S EACH. OUR SPECIAL, Poiarlae Oil. 4(c Per Gallon. GIBSON TIRE SALES CO, 25 U st. K. W. Phons Main 2104.' nolt-llt SPECIAL Texaco oil, bulk, 60c galloa. Mosler spark plazs, 30c sbcK 4 for ,1.00. Jack's Auto Supply House, Store No. 2, 1S3S 14th St. N .W. , sep-lB-tr CENTRAL AUTO SUPPLY CO- INC 1104 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W. "ANTTHINQ FOR AUTOS." PAIN! INTING ITE REP; AND REPAIRING. TIRE REPAIR GUAXANTEFJ). Expert workmanship on all tires. All standard make of Urea sold. Work called for and delivered. BEDFORD TIRE SERVICE CO, Phons M&iin HIT. 1T24 14th st- N. W. fs21-90t ACTOMODUXS painted and rerarnlshed, any color; prlcea reasonable. GANTOR, 2441 Ca. ave. N. W phone Main 1541. au:o-tt AUTOMOBILE GARAGES KALOEAMA GARAGE Inspect This Garage. You wilt Be Pleased. Fir-proof. 1P0.000 Square Feet Floor Space. The largest and most modern storage garage in the city tor gasoline tnd,electr!o cars. Consult us on rates for your car. Yon will be surprised bow cheap they are. We positively do not store cars in the street. Ever-Ready Storage Battery Senrloe Jta Uon. Free Inspection on battery. 1141 Kalorama mad. half block oft ltth at. In rear of French Legation. Owners J A. Gibson. A Snelllngm. FOR SALB MOTORCYCLES TWIN INDIAN, three-speed; electric lights; new battery tandem attached; $140. IMI RIE, 1623 L st. N. W. 1 AUTOS FOR HIRE SETEN-PAfJSnNCKR METRO FOR niRK FOR THEATER PARTIES OR PRIVATE PARTIES. SPECIAL KATES TO BALTI MORE MODERATE PRICES CALL FRANKLIN 4157 mhll-m TAXICABS PHONE WEST-84 SAe Ten blocks. 7-e Any distance In city proper. Shopplnc and tourinr. rr hoar. tl.Cf T-panenrer t online cars, 11 per hour. OPEN ALL NIGHT. New Taxi Service Co., Inc. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LLNOIROOM Doing good trade, vnnt partner. Invest 12,000 Address BOX l2. Tlms ofMce WANTED smsll elgsr or quick lunch business, $350 tu $700. Mrs W F GEORGE. B x 41. Accotlnk. Va 1-20' PARTNER With 11,000; new mfg. busi ness, product sells to merchants. 0 risk, partner handles cash. Investleate BOX 171. Times office. 1-J0- CARrKNTER and repair business N. W ea-raf.ff till I nafcSEel ntabS a a-.-i . a" !-, .uiiii'ir(cnUIIirnPIlI. CQein nt.Addrees HOX I75.Tlm-s office. 30 SELECT lOL'R BROKER ss you would our Doctor rr Lawyer You want the beft for satisfactory re sults Select P F Csrley, quirk and satisfactory sale for your business Satisfied customers have ben the secret of lny success. P. F t'AULEV. Reliable' Business Broker, 617 E st. N W no27-J0t FLOl'R and saw mill; water power; lie acres on Stste htghwsy, Wsshlngton to Richmond, only 11,000. S. H. EVANS. Culnea. Va. ; MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN" MONEY TO LOAN I2S0 to SSOO.000 on II. C real estate Several trust funds. All transactions conducted with economical consideration for borrowers. WM II 8AUNI-KRS & CO. Southern Building, 507 15th st. N. W. no2S.)0t MONET TO LOAN on real estats. lowest rates; prior MTBUBt privileges; largo amounta. TTLER A RUTHERFORD, lit 2:th at. sep-lrt FOR SALE HOUSES AN UNUSUALLY GOOD BUY HOLMEAD PLACE Short distance from ltth and Terry sta. Box style house. bright rooms, tiled bath, par quet floors, porches, etc.; very attractive. Price only 15.500. SHANNON & LUCHS. Main 2145. 712 14th St. Suburban home. A Great "Bar gain. Must be sold this week. Eight room and tiled bath; bun galow, sleeping porch, hot-water heat, electric lights, screens and awnings. Price 11,950. SHANNON & LUCHS. Main 2345. 713 14th St. FOR HALE Price. ttUSO, close to the Central High School, attractive colonial house of six rooms and bath, hot-water ..tl.0k "oo and porches. Hollt by a well 'known builder. There Is a garage In keeping with the house, holding two cars. Owner leaving city will give Immediate POeaslon, BOSS ft PHELPS. Inc.. 140( H St. N. W 1V.Z.1 FOR HALE Price. .0O0. In Takoma Parle, D. C., owner leaving city wishes to make prompt sale will give possession ot detached home; lot 40x240. The house has 7 rooms and bath, hot-water heat and electric lights, and is attractively situated convenient to Capitol Traction car line. BOSS ft PHELPS. Inc, 140( H St. N. W. 2 0.2 FOR SALE Price. 13.750. convenient ta the Capitol and Library: a detached cdrner brick house with a large' yard and room for a garage; there are elrht rooms on two floors, open fire-places, back stair way, rood heating plant; owner leaving city will give possession and sell on terms. BOSS ft PHELPS. Inc. 140( II st. N. W. 20,2.2 FOR SALE Price. S4.250. near mrfaod Park road; a desirable home, whero pos session may be had promptly. A slx-room and bath colonial brick house, having large front porch, two-story back porches, hot-water heat, electric lights, parquet floors. There Is paved alley In rear of lot. BOSS ft PHELPS, Inc, 1401 H at. N. W. 20.2.3 FOR SALE Price, S4.7SO, a two-family apartment, sold to settle an estate; a good Investment or a good buy for a home. Each apartment contains five rooms and bath and has separate heating plants. And Is well rented at the present time. A northwest location, closo to street cars and not far out. BOSS ft PHELPS. Inc. 1401 H st. N. W. .30.2 FOR SALE Price, 14,720. a vacant house well located and in crat.ciass condition. where easy terms of sale can be made. There are six rooms and bath, rood heat- nr plant, two-story back porches, paved alley In rear. Columbia Heights location. BOSS ft phelps. Inc. Itet u st. N. w. 20.2.1 FOB SALE Pile, $7,750. Just off from 14th it., cloae to Park ro&d; a tea room and bath, three-itory bay-window brick house, entirely modern, and In first class condition; possession riven. Thr aro few, if any, houses of this character for sale In this convenient location. BOSS PHELPS, Inc.. HOt II st. X. W. 30.2,3 TITO hoases on Georgia ave.; suitable for any line of business; can be bought with small payment; will sacrifice if sold at once. Call Una lot. 1-3 13th AND G IK A KD Ten-room furnished or unfurnlined; owner occupy Ins; same; possession 30 days. BOX 111, Times of fice, 1-1 FOE SALE ROCK CREEK CHURCH ROAD A very attractive and desirable home, at much less than cost If built today; six large rooms, sua parlor, sleeping porch, tiled bath, xtra lavatory, lot 20x121 to allsy. Fries. l.l. SHANNON & LUCHS, Main 2145. T12 ltb St. aoll-tx FOR HOMES AND INVESTMENTS. "See MAHORNET A SULLIVAN They Know Washington." Ill New Tork Ave. TeL Msln 7121. noll-tf WT. WANT MORE HOUSES FOR BALE. Owners of rreperty desiring to maks quick sales should list property with us at once. Via. F. NORMOTLE, 110 F rU N. W. myll-IOt JOHN F. DONOnOE SONS. INC, 114 Pennsylvania Ave. S E. Let Us Submit Our List of Homes and Investments Before You Purcbsse, lell.lot SCX-ROOM BRICK, all modern Improve ments; beautiful yard; walking distance all departmects. price. $2,750: terms. HEINE RR08, 120 New Tork Ave. ocl-tf WE HAVE THE HOMES! Before you buy cjsult SHANNON A LUCHS. T12 ltth st. N. W Main 2311. . sef-tf SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE. A NEW modern bungalow, located In a re stricted district snd occupied only a few months. Owner leaving city and will alve Immediate possession. Attractive terms can be arranged if desired. Inquire of R. S. BARROWS. 22d and P sta. care Rld Inc and Hunt flub. Thonc North 2501. 4 CABIN JOHN PARK ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOMES Six new houses and bungalows ready for Inspection. (1,100 to 12,(00. Easy terms. 1. 8. TOML1NSON. 224 South. Bldg. 51. 744L en d-tt APARTMENTS TO LET FURNISHED MOUNT ALTO INV, 2(50 Wisconsin ate N. w AN EXCLUSIVE APARTMENT HOTEL, with home atmosphere, opens for the win ter season Thanksgiving Day, a few suites available, American plan cafe In building. Apply to MANAGER for monthly or eea son repenstlons .2 NT St. N. AY., 2437 Pour-room apartment and bath, fur nished for light housekeep ing, to rent as soon as pos sible to anyone who will con sider purchase of furniture at a reasonable price. 3 WANTED WANTKD Two rooms. klthntj. .,t bath In N. W section, apt houses onlv by married rourle nox us. Times of- flee 1-2 Xi ANTED by adults, a 4 or S-rnom fnr nlshed apart with private bath, neir Uth and U sts N W. or in northwest section; reasonable. Address HOK S6. Times office j FOR RENT HOUSES FUItNISIIED IXTtNISIIED HOUSE on the campus of " -", ,, uiii.i-rsiiy, 1-ezins Ion, Va . very near the V M. I. grounds; house has living; room, dlnlnc room, klteh- t en. pantry, small sleeplnc porch Fur terms apply to jiihs a u. WHITE. 1.1 brarlan. lyalngton. Va. 30 AN EXCELLENT HOME ran be secured by stating what you want In a Times Want Ad. I'hone It to Main 52(0. an experienced operator will help you write It and bill will be aent The cost is slight re27-tf FOR SALE FARMS - 1 J. J. McNEY Has farms EVEnrwuERE AND ANYWHERE FARMS Bought. Sold snd Exchanged. 222 and 224 Oxford Bldg.. Phone Main (210. 14th and N. T. Avs. N. W. , l-no2-IOt SPECIAL NOTICES Put Up New Window Shddes Before Thanksgiving. utESlnL. THE SHADE SHOP, g ,,,. , novl-tt TRUCK service, J-(on, two men. 1 17 J per day Phone Lincoln 4154. llO TO Ti.KTERMINATE BED BLbr. roaches, ants and water bugs, use 20tu Century Insecticide. Sold by druggists or A. M. C Ca, 941 New York ave. ocl7-tf I, HENRY MCLLER. formerly of ISIS Conn. ave. N. W.. will not be personally responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself- A-A- JIENKT ULIalUEu. r i ATTENTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS A POORLY worded, consumptive fa, looking advertisement has very little pulling- power. If your ad Is not pulling; the maxi mum amount of results there la a reason. We have employed trained men whose business It Is v make classified ads pay. They have made a thorough study of classified adver tising not only In Washington but In other large cities. It will not obligate you In any way to have our representative call on you. We will not try to sell you anything. We simply want to show you how an Intelligent force can be applied to your business. PHONE THE TIMES Main B2G0. Classified AdvL Dept DEATHS BROWN Departed this life Tuesday night. November 26, 1211. at 10.51, at hie residence. 314 Oakdale street northwest, JOHN II. BROWN, beloved husband ot Robertla L. Brown. Notice of funeral service hereafter. ai DUECIILEK On Friday, November 20, 1 1011. at CMO a. m-.-at his residence. 2021 Flagler place northwest. R. COURTNRi, husband of Mae Buechler (nee Howard) and son ot It. A, and Ella Fowler Buech ler. Funeral services at his late residence on Monday, December 2, at 2 p. m- Rela tives and friends invited. Interment pri vate at Qlenwood. 1 FLORAL DESIGNS FLOWERS for all occasions. Call FraakUa ttos: residence, franklin 1111. QIO. a. COOKE. 1103 Conn, sts. mrU-lllt J. H. SMALL & SONS, Florists Corner Uth and U sta. WAsniNOTON. Waldorf Astoria, and 105 Madison ave. New Tork. Flowers for funerals a specialty. Prices moderate. Special Faneral Wreathe Moderate. Flowers for all occasions. Prompt auto service. C E. BROOKS, 1520 ltth st. N. W. 20 FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every description Moderate prlo ' 0 ODE. 1214 F ST. N. W. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM I.r.5. UNDERTAKER AND LI VERT. 222 Pa Ave. N. W. Tslapbone M. 1215. WASHINGTON. P O. CEMETERY LOTS CytAW rTTTfLi Washington's Most Beautiful Osmstsry. Pa. avs. & E. (Extended). For Whits People Only. Burial Bites from 15 to fa Keek. cempars our location and prices with er other cemeteries. Buy New Bsfcs Next Advance ta Prist. Bate 509 per csnL Let na take you out. show yea the news. Most logical and beautiful cemetery In Washington. FREE AUTO BKRVICB. For further information, address JOSEPH i. C.AYLOR. Treaa.. M (ta in. M. S. Fbone Line. rn. aaVeat-tn.tts PERSONAL MISS LA COUE llaaleuring. Scalp Treatment; latest method: desires select trade. Hours 10 to . 1304 G Street, Koom 31 SOMEONR in the neighborhood of Iffth Qne, who belongs to Oratorio Society, to accompany roe to rehearsal. BOX 13&, Times office. 1-3& MANICURING AMY ELLIS. Scalp TrratmenL ttnttea 10 to 7. Open Sundays. 711 Uth it, At. 2. 10" (F LIMP IN WALK OUT WILSON, CHIROPODIST. 1140 ETB ST. N. W. IIAIN 5155. J0 MRS. ORA FIELD CANARIES. Learlns city, closing out entire stock. l New York ave. N. W. 2 MlSS Cain Msn'curine and Scalp Treat "l, . i' menr. 715 7tn st. N. W W. - . ftsi aiain silt. apl2.tr JSkin Disease a SDeeialtv. i.!fapieVAcn Ecsem. Lupus. Redness, Itchlnis. Tnmors. Local Cancers. DR. NICHOLSON, 1205 U St. N W novt-t SiiAicrooiNa and AtANiccRrSo" dons at yonr horns. North !tot. ocU.itt MADAME ENA MEO, SKILLED INVESTIGATOR. V. 8. AND FOREinN TBlvpr Z,m, CASES EXCLU8IVELT. HESHLTSCOnNT . Hw..M ..... wM ...wm. nuniM Bill. ocis-ltt X4AR1LVIA mttlllfi Msnlcarlnr. Facial and Scalp Treatment. 702 Cth st. N. W Apart. 2. Main SlJl! Hoirrs 10 a- m. to 7 p. m. anil-tot KEHABU! EXPRESS. MOTINO, UWC 1NG; any time, place or distance: Haiti. sears or country trips: Call Franklin 202. rnyt-tr CALL LINPnl.N sin EXPRESS FOR Hll'.E AND uanssAti MAULiaQ. apl C.fOt DR. EVANS, nerve and stomach specialist. My new electric treatment Is provict wondertnlly successful. I can absolute! (ujantee reller. consultation Iree. 1217 L st. rn. Franklin 157 Jell-lot Miss JAMERON "X2E?S'Bf. f fr to 0 p. m. 1212 N. T. avs, N. W, e! flooT. eeis-u RINKT HAIR MADE !tTRlnirri.. eieellent preparation for thm and falltnf flrli1,n.in"I'.!l"ll5cn'n c'p: assistlnj the crpvth of the hair. At rtrucrlsts or on sale at 1104 L at.. SOo per boij delivered. Ph. Frank. 7110. MME. R. e weaver: mncrc,0"r'- nT,,,, AND MA MA OB la j, manufacturer. Ie27.tr Restfler br the hour. Terms moderate mss wniTvrr ri :ti iv..!i.Vf yonr NflTirK TO WSTf tvinwa ' We specialise In all work for hslr. skli and nslls Swedish body massage- 17 gears' exoerlence pupils tsught RLTXA. fSE,".,'. HASSENHEItO. iSir and SWn Specialist Only women and children treated. 407 Kcnols Bldg, 11th and Ort. nol.JOt DR. REED. SPECIALIST "4 SBVENTEENTH STREET. Over 30 Wire successful prsetlco In tbs . ...... r5cure of Chronic Nervous ; - i-ieeases of Men ami Women. .. , ,.r r " . " """.' nic-iiis licaim lOyOUU VOU SUtter irom iaisTTn- iin.i. itnenmaiism. Con t r- stlpatlon. Plies. Thrnst. loings. Brain, j Heart, moon anci nam ui.'Ases. Nervous Debility. Kidney Diseases. bladder troubles. Specific Clood Poisoning. Erup. tlons. Ulcers and All Private Diseases Cured for Life by Safe Methods. I. llsctcne vaccine, and all the new serums and anti-toxins administered Charges low. Medicine furnished. OLD-PASniONKD IIKKB REMEDIES. Act on the liver and kidneys and drUe away uric acid by cleansing; the stomach, preventing rheumatism and colds, etc. We havo treatment-! for other nllinunis. SL A LOUIS & SON, 229 O t N W oct-tf FOR RENT GARAGES BRICK (452. GARAGE, two cars. foil 'Col. 1 GARAGE Soluble fur tonrlns car.. Can N. 210. 10 10 RAISE $50,000 TO OBTAIN 1 VOTE The National Woman's Partr ! trying; to raise 130.000 within the next two weeka. Party leaders today estimated their I ' . . ,. ,,, , th. .. .w . ,., .. .--- Senate before March 4 will coil ina. ouch. State chairmen will confer here De cember 14 to outline their campaign for the vote needed to send the suf frage amendment to the States for ratification or rejection. Unless the equal suffrage amendment Is passed by the Senate before March 4, when the present Congress dies, the meas ure must go back again to the House. INTElRlPlTO GET FUEL CONTROL Fuel Administrator H. A. Garfield will confer today with Van H. Man ning;, chief or the Bureau of Mines concerning; transfer of certain divis ions of the Fuel Administration to the Department of the Interior. Garfield has announced that be ex pects to bo free of the Fuel Admin istration's problems, with the excep tion "of the anthracite coal situation, by January I. He also expressed his desire to lift the maximum prices on bituminous coal and also do away with the' zoning; system. "I don't see how it would be fair to dispose of the maximum prices without also doinsaway with the zorUnffsystem which provides for an enforcement of distribution accord ing; to a plan, and Interferes with the natural -law of supply and de mand." he said. Garfield expects to keep control over the anthracite situation until the end of the coal year. Fuel Administration departments that are likely to be transferred to the Bureau of Mines and the Depart ment of the Interior generally, arc the conservation sections for botn coal and oil, statistical departments and others which have developed functions that will be valuable to the Government during; peace. BRITISH INDIAN ARMY LOS8E3, LONDON. .Nov. '30. According; to figures given out today casualties in the British Indian army during the war totaled 101,439. of which number 33.031 were killed, died of wounds or are missing. The ma jority of the casualties were suf fercd in Mesopotamia. RUSS WOMAN LEADER COMING. VLADIVOSTOK. Nov. 30. Mme. Catherine Brcshkovskaya. "grand mother of the Russian revolution." has arrled here on her way to the United States to sec President Wilson and explain to him ho- conception of the needs of the Russian people. EDUCATIONAL Washington Business and Civil Service School, ' 1317 New York Ave. N. W. ham-Pitman Shorthand typewriting English Spelling; Arithmetic .Pen manshipcivil Service. iciepnonc Main 430-L net-ti FIRST-GRADE aril Service examinations for clerks. Nov. 15 and Dee. 7 and It; tuition for entire course for these examin ations 25. THE CIVIL 8ERVICE PREFA RATORT SCHOOL. R E. cor. lllh- and t sta. Phone Franklin 20IO. Uyll-tf la Me Wail. Largest Private Schaol la city Men and IVbibm ACCOUNTANCY (oldest school In cltyl. PREPARATORY (accredited bases). COMMERCIAL (Greer shorthasxDt DRAKTLVO (mechanical, archltectnral). URADE (day or evenlns). Lanruares Wireless Statistics 1710 O SL N. W. Bulletin Free. Castflian Spanish Taught Native of Spain. Address 215 M it. .t 7. Phons North 2511. ss27-0t PREPARATION FOR tWIVERSITYi tas. cusces. mathematics; physic chemistry; sll Government examlnstlons; modsrsts. COLUMBIA UNIVER8ITT SCHOOL. 907 inn su n. w. no;3-sa.suwmo-tr. SPANISH SCHOOL NATIVE TEACnSR. 1117 O St. N. W. BsLltt KING-SMITH Teacher of Singing aioaern. scientine method ui voice devsi epment Stndlo 11U. 1210 Conn. ave. Franklin 1527. selO-IOt FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR 8AI.K Wam-hnU, FlortcU. :0-ct3 irucKinr zarm. two miitm irom waucnnla; railroad, acXoot and churches. Contain Mftht acres In orances and vrape trait, all full of fruit now, fven acres best trucking land, flvfl acres In timber Improved by four-roomed hou. 1'rlce, $5,S00. CIIAS. H MOORK. Havre do Grace, Md 6 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE CALL MAIN CS99 It yon have anything- ta be delivered cr hauling of any kind Rates reasonable, experienced white man. Prompt servlos. noil-at Moving Baggage Pianos Washington and Suburban TRANSFER CO. rnona Franklin 7172. 627 H St. N. W. Long Distance Hauling. Ino2.0t HAULING, moving; liberal rates; save money Phono Line 4S54 1-20 MOVING PADDED VANS FUIINISIIEUl Phone M. 2010-2011. KREIG'S EXPRESS, -1220 II Street N. W. BTORAOE.' PACKING AND SHITPrNO. MOVING, PACKING. WHIPPING, and .toe. age NORTHEAST TRANSFER & STOR. IflR rri- IOOC H mt M Ph II.. .... FOR LONO DISTANCE MOVING, QCTCIt kanaa,lallwasw .le...tl.l.i 7 i.e.. I 1 tnln.tnn .nrf thll.,1.lnnl3 ..11 lint iit.. wsse-cs. .jtayss iu UOIUUIUI", T11 I . ,"A iiTV"fc,ii. --.- - ..w...... j Ui" North -J73-J I ' MOTOR TRUCKS FOR HAI'I.IVfi Baltimore. 1'hlladelDbla and Al.s-.nd-i. and local polnta NO JOB TOO LAROE fONE TOO SMALL. R. 8 R. TRANSFER A EXPRESS CO 414 K st. NW 920 4tb sL NW. Frank. 55L "SFFTY FIRST.- " ABSOLUTELT FIIIEPROOF STORAOS UNITED STATKS STORAGE CO. Rooms, 2 00 and up Moving. Packing. Phone Main 4129. 412-420 loth st. N. W. er Franklin 2422. RELIABLE QUICK SERVICE" NBW 2-TON TRUCKS SHORT AND LONO HAULS C. II THOMAS. 1211 8 at N. W Jel4-90t OU1CH APTO XERVICrV Any place, UAL.UW1N 3 K.tt'ltESS. 504 12th st N. W Main 919 CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and planoa Estlmatea cheertally given. WESCHLER'S, 920 Pa, ave. N. W. Psoas Main 1212. E AT FOE FRONTIER .LONDON. Not. SO. "Our advanced troops reached the German frontier on the whole front, from Just north of the Dvchy of Luxemburg; to the neighborhood of Eupen (a front of about forty miles)'' Field Martha Halg; has announced. U. S. WARSHIPS TO LONDON" Nov. 30. American war ships wlii be used to transport troops to the United States, it was reported today. It was also reported that Admiral Rodman's squadron x will meet Presi dent Wilson In the English Channel December 9. ITALY FELICITATES II BALTIMORE, Md, Nov. 30-Cardi nal Gibbons upon his return from Washington, where he attended a Thanksgiving mass, declared that he had not been requested to aslc Presi dent Wilson to use his influence In favor of sending a papal delegate to the forthcoming peace conference, as reported. In cable dispatches yester day. "But you can say for me," added the cardinal, "that' the Italian ambas sador and his entire suite called on me and offered the felicitations of the Italian government upon my golden Jubilee celebration." It was stated at the cathedral that the visit ot the Italian ambassador took place while the cardinal was in Washington yesterday. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 30. Rulinc that male attire was not unbecoming; to Mrs. Mary Bertha Schmidt, alias "Mister Schmidt," Judse Granville Hogan. in police court, refused to fine the young woman who for two years has posed as a man and who "married" her cousin. Anna. Assade, last October. The ordinance she was charged with having violated reads, "wearing apparel unbecoming bis or her sex." "I think you look very nice," said the court. Mrs. Schmidt was clad in ber neatly pressed trousers and pmcnoacK coat when she appeared before the courL She explained she had adopted the garments of a man because she could earn ISO-a month as a man. and 26 a week as a worn' an. "If a woman can earn S4 a day by reason of wearing; trousers, I say wear 'em." said the court, and "Mister Schmidt" walked out of the courtroom with a smile, on her fac. Late yesterday police released An na, the "wife." She immediately went to their i home. 362 Keokuk rtreet and conked a nice supper for "hub by." This she took in a. basket to police headquarters, where Mrs Schmidt is held. IS Christmas candy will not be . re stricted by thefood administration. Many candy stores, in accordance with a voluntary sugar conservation plan, have been refusing- to sell more than one pound of candy at a time to a customer. This restriction is not re irarded by the food administration as a necessary conservation measure thla holiday season, since the sugar short age has been materially relieved. Last year the nation faced a seri ous sugar shortage at Christmas time, and the manufacturers were allowed to use only BO per cent of their nor mal requirements of sugar. This the food administration was at that brought about a candy shortage, and time asking people as a patriotic measure to hold candy consumption to the minimum and to use those va rieties which contained the least sugar. Several of the confectioners' asso ciations passed resolutions requesting their members to sell not more than one pound to a customer, unless It Is for shipment to.o!dlers overseas. While "the food administration has never participated In any of these b mm BRING YANKS HOME CARDINAL GIBBONS GIRL IS HUBBY OF WEARSPANTS CHRISMS CANDY NOT RESTRICTED rneaNurcn aurin tne sugar strln-ime gency. It regarded them as g-.i.-.'-.t. aids to conservation. The need for sugar saving in this direction, how ever, has passed. "SAINTLY LIARS" SERMON. "Saintly Liars" will be the topic of a sermon by the Rev. Lewis E. J??? ,0nnJ"TVC' f ' T3 ! rfinCTe tilt flilAl f h 11 r.- Ft A 4 oncreirntlonal Church. .. " '- . -. fflA AV.ntnt ...w(. ,. -!. . .... ... w. .,. .to u-..u ...a mjiiisicr a buo ' ' "' "A Sermon to Toung l Old," and the Boy Scant liana win rcnaer a musical service. -" a slight attack of in fluenza the Rev. Bernard Braskamp, pastor of Gurley Memorial Presby terian Church, will not preach to morrow, but services will be eon ducted at the usual hours. Communion will be held at the morning service of the Church of the Incarnation. The Rev. W. T. Snyder win oe tne ccieDranL "in (.nriats second Coming at Hand, will be the subject of a ser mon to be delivered by the Rev?fTow ard "W. King, of Baltimore, at the morning service at the Strauss Me morial Christian Church, Bennlng. At tne evening service the Rev. Mr. King's topic will be "Almost. But LosL" ALABAMA MOB STORES JAIL TO LYNCH GIRL'S ASSAILANT IltMTNGHAM. AU- Nov. SW To escape a, mob of several hundred. ea raged citizens, officers of ChetokM county hurried to Birmingham Thurs day night Ben Dupre, a negro, charged with criminal assaulL The mob stormed the county JaB at Center, the officers said, but U.e pris oner was taken out over, the back wait The negro Is alleged to have assaulted a nine-year-old white glrL CHURCH NOTICES Congregational A Famous Preacher II A. M. DR. CHAS. T. AKZD, famous as praaehsr. lecturer and au thor, wfll speak on Sunday morales; In the JTlrst CantreraUoBal Chorch. eorner of Tenth and O streets North west, on "Th Place ot America Jsi Use Recreation of the World.' i P. V. Th famous Hanratea Js stltate Jubilee Slaxers will render popular ntiro melodies, and address will be dsllvered by Rev. W, P. John ston and Dr. Oordon. Clsrirtiaa Science Fktt Chmch of Ckdtt. Of Waahloaton. Columbia rd. and : Second Cfewch of CWfrt Soffit it Waahlnirton. N. E. Mssonlo Ttmnls. Ith and F sts. N. K. Third Church of Christ, Sdmti Of Waahlnrtoc Vaaonlo Tessalev 11th and N. T. Ave. N. w. - Sahject: "Aaoeat asd Motlen Necromaacy, Alias MeBenaa snd Hypnotics, DemoBceLn SERVICES: -Sunday. It A. K. .and S F. H. SUNDAY SCHOOli-lL aT ' " WEDNESDAT EVENTNa XBKTJXa ir.U. SEATjrvn vtnnwn Colorado oldx.. loth and O sts. Bra. 1 tv "- " ana Bon-, i to 5 JO). II9C Adams Mill rd. N. Vr. lira. 10 to (esassat Wed. eve.. Sundava btm VmlLtavaV lis w.- Capitol st. Hrs 7 te 12 (except Sundays and "w ", j w. i 1-20 Y.M.CA. Rev. Freeley Rohyer. paster of Metropolitan Presbyterian Cnnrch. yJUl speak In the T. M. a A. lobby at 4 p. n, j.je 4 Episcopal ST. JOHN5!" CHURCH UTH AND II STS. REV. ROLAND COTTON SMITH. D. D- REV EDWARD 8LATER DONLAP-, M, Aj REV. OEO. WILLIAMSON SMITH. D.'Bt a. rn. Holy communion. 0:45 a. my Sunday school. 11 a. m. Litany, sermon and. Holy Com munion. 4 p. m. Choral evensong; and address. Dally Services at noon. It THE NATTV1TT. 14th and A 8.E. Special Services. 7:10. 10. 11, t. Advent Sunday. 15th Anniversary. Bazaar In Parish HalL-Wed. and Thurs. Unitarian ALL SOULS CHURCH COR. 14TH AND L STS. ULTSSES O. B. FIERCE. D-D, MINISTER SMS A. M, Sunday School: Clan for th. Comparative Study ot Religion, and Em erson Study Class. II A. M.. Morning service, sermon by the minister. There Is also kindergarten during the hour of mornlnr worship. I P. If.. Liberal Religious Union win be at home to young people. Interesting pro gram. 1-10 Spiritualum The First Spiritualist Chterca "Journeys in Spiritlaa'd" Lecture by the paator. Alfred H. Terry. Sunday. 2 p. m, followed by spirit mes sages at PytUan Temple. 1012 1th iLK.1T, 1-20S REV. G. LYAL ARTHAN, Noted Platform Test Medium. will this Sundsy evening, ill p. m.. hold meeting: in Society Tem-le Hall. 502 G st N W.. demonstrating Im mortality by Spirit Messages. Will answer Important questions. Gives readings dally In atudios In the halL 1-ls Socialists Socialist Party Perpetual Bldg. Am Hall. 11th & E N.W. Public meeting Sunday, Dec 1, 7:20 p. m. sublect: "Socialism and DeraoeraeY aeu same jnu-;. opeaaer. via grans. Discussion. Public welcome. 1-10 Baptist E. Hex Swera answers: "Are Ws Vary Near to the End of the World T p. m. Larro free chairs (men Ilka them); SwenVs songs. 11 a. m.. "Benefactions ars Inter rogatlvea.' Centennial Bapi. Ch , 7th Eye n-e. 1-10 Reformed GRACE 15th and O Sta. jr. W. Henrr II. Ranck. HL TV. i.-- 9:40 Sunday school. 11 a. m. Advent sermon. "The Peril of Great Price." 1-JS Y. W. C A. 019 14th SL N. W. Vesper Service 4:20 p. m. Speaker. Secretary John M. Artsrs of the T. M. A. 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