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THE V'VSHINGTON TDIES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER: i; 1919.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
Used Car Service
WHAT WE WILL DO
- FOR YOU
Find the used ctr you
rant to buy.
Find & buyer for
car you wish to sdl.
DEPARTMENT IS AT
YOUR SERVICE FREE.
Do you wish to know
the year the used or new
car you think of buying
was manuf actured ? If so,
just phone Main 5260,
ask for used car depart
ment, give number and
model of car, and date
and sellinr price wilt be
immediately given you.
PHONE YOUR WANTS
TO USED CAR SERVICE
BUREAU, MAIN 5260.
ASK FOR MISS REID.
AUBURN. MM. ay, trnfaj
uros, n.c nwa simm; UMTMtUy over
hauled; terms to rallabie party. MUM
XM KOTOR 8ALW CoTl Colin.
u e. N. W. j
ATTKIWOK 6-pees. ehummy Mwbkri
tires an good; ltpholaUrv and Mint la
i. shape; mast Mil at once; good
gain, see MtM R85ID. MM Main. C
BCICK. 1I7. nrl. ienr.s iUaod wi
ditlon; bargain to quick purchaser;
J??" HtTMMBR. MOTOR SALBS CO..
3tf2 Conn, are. N. W. j
t -ermmri 1IS
Mala MM Br. ill
K a Ti Hac car. HIT: sees. CaV
Government Cafeteria, 6th and B sts..
.. MR. XMBRICK. (Ror.
UIC4tV-aU. 4-eri. faring; eeetrie McMs
and starter; ta aacetlent ooadttaen; tiS;
lT MJWW, Us-llS 4 c 8. W.
Frank. . X
OTCK IJ afar. 17: aw
SIT 14th at. K.
30x3)4 Montford Tires,
awaateed aateat rWdwoar (.a ntHea
COLJJ3CBIA AUTO BUPPLY CO.,
UthaaAH au.K. W. J
PAE,. large, seven-passenger,
equipped for hacking; cheap.
Pn be seenat!342Hst.N.B.
vaaaiuoa; must he seem to be appreai
: ,,?IL stemanatMUe. CaM aay eve-
? " X st. X. B. (Re.
CPUS ROAMTEB Al :
must stll. ftf. MM M st. N. W. I
FUHVLAC 8-Madet H; 7-paas.; Beat a-
. pearance; inr tires; many extras, just
keen completely overhauled; must be sold,
rst J1.4M cwsb gets a bargain. Frank.
634 ! Mass, ave. N W.
B mt. Bm fcw
and sail cara la any condition: kJm
cany la stock parts, magnetos and tires
fur nearly U makes of cars. Write or
phone asid wttt calL ROBBRT HBRSON,
lit-112 4K at. C W. Frank. SJM.
DODGK TOTJ1MNG 117; Al contBtlon; 3
antra .Ufa ; Ht. 117 4H at. S. W. 3
A Oar to Suit Your Terma i
CHALMERS Cabriolet. '
BtJICfc "V Touring.
CHEVROLBT S-passeager towiag.
Many Other Cars.
Washington Motor Exchange.
XORTK flR t34 14th St. H. W.
tHEl'BOLBT Tonrtnir: Al cowdHien; for
sal' -heap. SIS N. T. ave. N. W. Call
after (i1 p. m.. Apt. 31. a
fjonOKtion : new Urea.
(Reg 814t )
Phone Frank. ls.
ltia: NH. lM6 C t.
P. M., In store. 3
rXIRD TOCsUN-In flrsi-elaas csnstttlon;
reasonable far cash. 134 lth sC N. W.
FORI 1 track: warm drive: excel
lent condition; straight body: will dent
313 4H at. 8. W
rOBP T listing; electric HcMi anal Mart
cr. spatJomsWr. Tale lock, cut-out ex
haust whistle, electric horn, bumper, ven
tilating winshiWaM; car looks and runs as
rood as new; same sis tire all around;
450. ROBsJRT HBRSON. 118-112 4 st.
F W. Frank. 1844. 4
y 35x'4 Montford Case
! j 33.SO
iWe Personally Onarantae This Tire
COLUMBtA AUTO BOPPLT CO.. -13tk
and H Sts. X. W. 3
rORD 117 model, m first-eJaas esnaution:
just thoroughly overhauled; Ures ta first-
class condition: price 3388. Cot. 481. 38
Carroll ave.. Takoma Park. (Rag. 8187.J
You Can Buy or Sell a Car
"JOIN THE CROWD"
A Pubttc Auctma Sale of Automobiles
will be hM on Wednesday and Saturday of
acn wees; 11 . a Demonstrations
CAPITAL CITY GARAGE, Inc.,
ROOBR B. SMITH. Auctioneer.
4M-413 8th st. X. W. t
Hi MON. 1117. 7-pacngr; In fine run-
?7.. .ART """ Motor Sales Co.
2 tonn. ave. N. W. j '
LOWMOMLB TeaHaTi 4-eyl.; n gZi
ndition. would taake fine truck- MM
Wills-Knight. 4-cyL. 7-pas? mi- toed
rendition. Piere.-Xrrow paai touri
vW.IT in. T " Tc. ... "' msdel ,
14'h st. N. W Main 7112.
lion, cxcostfaaaal atm it- H.m..-.i. ,,
MOTOR TBOCKt tan; has nveTbeen
used Itim If desired. HARTLKY
''IRK Rl'BBKR CO.. 1812 1IU K X W.
M UUOK MANBIJC1'
yiTUM,r vtctmon, guarantee, rr-
.'n. w iirea, new Mia eover-
r,!! msse terms. HUMMER UOTna
PA LBS PP.. 1824 Conn, ave N. W 2
OVWLUW. 38S MHfaft-: runs better
man uw; sacrmc prKe: aaraain.
IM MMER MOTOR SALSSC CO. 12 Cms.
ve S W. 2
0TKRLAVtri4 7-ass.: sod"or4o7:
iu' .vr hauled, will Morlfr- Main
'! !ini Nonh 117, r'hinga. (Rg
I. " i C
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
NASH Touring. 1919 model; S-cyauder;
excellent condition: bargain to quick
buyer. B. J. QU1NN MOTOR CO., 1113
14th st. N. W.
NATIONAL SIX Touring;
splendid mechanical condi
tion; Silvertown cord tires;
upholstery and paint AL
shape. Call, daytime, Main
3120, Br. 405. 7
3AKLAND Model' N;
lag. Ill 14th at. N.
OVBRLANB Five-pass, tearing ear; art-
Saas condition. Call at 318 Cedar St..
oma Park. D. C. (Col. 336S.) 7
lWIBCf sSfc4)w4M Nf sal"l fBifciS!
BOX: 124. Times oince. i
nVWf IVtl A "" w.. aAnJi.
tlea; muet be sold at once: awne leaving
etty. Apply North. J44T. (Res. 8148.) 4
Racine Horseshoe Tires
30x3 N. F. C, $14.90
Tats a 6.66-Mtle Steele
COLUMBIA AUTO BOTFLY CO,
ISth and M 84. N. W. 2
A DEPENDABLE iTsed car is a
tested car; we sell hundreds
of tested used cars; there is one
for you here right now; you buy
it for a song have six months
in which to pay and you don't
pay for experience when you
buy a pedigreed used car from
us. The world owes you a car
comeand get it here. x
5NELLINGS MOTOR CO., Inc.
1825-27 14th st. N. W.
Phone North 190Q.
PAKJK 1M7; -
(-cylinder: perfect condition.
Carolina ave. S. B. Phone Liae. 3tS4
PAIOK. 1S17 Taarlac: 7-aaas.: Tea
have to ee this ear to appreciate it: will
make any demonstration. HUMMBR
MOTOR SALBS CO.. 1M8 Coaa. ave. N. W.
SB0 5-paw.; eheafi far eaeh; feed remise
order; rood tires: good PJt; will de
monstrate any time. MOUNT VBRNON
HOTKL, 487 Pa. ave. N. W. 3
SCBIPP'S BOOTH ROABTBR, 1I8. Call
S to 4:3, S12 K st. N. W. (Re. 81SZ.)
8TUDKBAKKK Sevem-aasoswfer: ftrst
class condition; ceod tires; 117 model;
very reasonable for quick sale; ao deal-
very reasonable for quick
era, Main msc
TRUCK Half-ton express; Erst slaaa con
dition; good tires; reasonable. Mr. HO
LOBBR. 42C lth sC N. W. Phone Hals
818. (Reg. 8144U
TODKDJfl CAR BseeMeM
throughout; cheap. MORGAN, s. e. ear
ner 3rd and R sts. N. B. 1
WESTCOTT, 18 model; ex
cellent condition; new paint
and cord tires; $1,500. QTJINN
MOTOR 00., 1113 14th st
N. W. 1
Chandler Club Roadster, 191 8
Both in excellent condition
Good bargains to quick buyer
5NELLINGS MOTOR CO., Inc.,
1825-27 14th st. N. W. Phone
North 1900. 6
anare feet of
from the war.
It Ss agate. avaMabt as a
Our aim wMI be ta rauay v
efficient and prompt serrtrs than
Both Hve and aead atarncn.
Motor Co. of Washingta ,-
The Twenty-fourth and M
Streets Garage, y
24th and K Stilts N. W.
FHONB WBST 71 and 71L
HONBKT automobile reoairinc by a
ed mechanic; htgh-etaas and dttncult
work "by special arrangement only.
STEARNS-KNIGHT & DAVIS
Cars Before Pureaaatac.
BO. C- RICB AUTO COw 1317-27 H St. nw.
33x454 Montford Case
We Personally Guarantee This Tire
COLUMBIA AUTO SUPPLY CO..
13th and H Sts. N. W. 3
KAVR. A NUMBER OF CABS LEFT by
army officers to be sold; all are la good
condition and will be sold at bargain prices.
See Me Dee Cee Garage,
Tth. between' O and V eta. N. W.
YOUR engine trenbles explained; get Bykes
Ante eacyeie. Pearlasaa'a. HI O it nw.
PAINTING AND RKPAJRING
LET U4 do your Ford rcnairlnc. We save
you money. J A. CATTS. 72! Hrcwr's
court N. K.. between 6th and 7th. G and H
sts. Line. 4083. I 7
AUTO REPAIRING .S
Per hour, with a written guarantee of the
complete cost before we start. This guar
antee is tj assure our new customers of
our rellabnity. We tow your car to shop
if broken down.
WILLCHER'S. 1341 W St. N. 2236.
IRVING COURT GARAGE
General Auto Repairing
WILLYS-KNIGHT. OVERLAND AND
Columbia 2117. Rear 1412 Irving St. N. W.
KIRBY & SALB. 8 Mh bt. N. K. (Jen
ral automobile repairs. If you have
been troubled with your machine just
phone us. Wherever you are we can serve
you. Phone Line. 783. evenings. Line. 2883.
THE BRYANT MACHINE CO.
Machine Designers and Builders.
WB SPECIALIZE IN AUTOMOBILE
RBFAIRS OF ALL MAKES.
Making New Parts Our Specialty
210 Second St. N. W.
CALL FRANKLIN 66(2. 2
W. P. ANGLE
REAR 1326 VERMONT AVE. N. W.
AUTOMOBILES painted and revnrafafced;
attractive prices. GANTEB. 2448 Oa.
ave. N. W. Main Itii. 4el9-9t
WANTED One -ton Ford
truck at once; must be in
WANTKD OM n.aehlnes; highest prices
paid: wo have all parts and tires on
hand; we wHI call or you phone. Frank.
8t. it H st- N. B.
-NORTHEAST JUNK CO.
good condition; state price. ws him to im the vei of mwterv
fX-.T-,T-LTrv I HTrMr n "nd rPT1 to you important matters of
BROWNING & MIDDLE- " lr" "f? (:vb d n dui-
JOrtW V 1 i.i"J uw i,1, nets matters, love, health and family sf-
TON, 608 Pa. ave. N. W. 3 ': ,? future husband
-v or wife, tells If one you love Is true r
IF YOU HAVE A CAR
For sale, let me dispose of it for yon.
Call Franklin 3161.
1418 E st. N W.
TIRBS SAVE 186.
RBCORD TIRE CO. RBBUILTS.
Absolute Factory Guarantee.
COMPARB THKM WITH OTHERS
IN KQUAL GUARANTB.
Specials In heavy-ribbed treads.
Guaranteed 4.8W Miles.
x3 S.se 32x4 .
36x3 Is. 34x4 2-5
WXJV4 ".W 36x4 XS.W
J1X4 18.S 16x4 2J
CORDS Guaranteed 8.86 Miles.
33x4 SSS.9S 38x8 $32.
34x4 28. 36x4 2.W
Newark. New Terk City. Brooklyn.
RECORD TIRE CO.
SALBSROOM 1327 14TH ST. if. W.
Open S:J a. m. to 6 p. m.; Susday, 9 to 1.
DAT. NIGHT. SUNDAY, AND HOLIDAYS
When you have tire trouMe phase North
12M and have one of our ON THK MINUTE
8SRVICK TRUCKS come to you. Your Ore
trouble will be attended ta at once. A M
eoBt service charge Is suae for this service.
National Service Company,
KM 14TH ST. N. W.
FIRBSTONB SKRVICS STATION
RIMS. PARTS AND ALL ACCBBSORIES
VICTORY GARAGE Anto
mobile repairing, storage.
All work guaranteed. Line,
0YOU. xtear 000 u st. o. Hi.
t5,ooo-MiIe djio r
Guaranteed Tires 41.UJ
Size 30x3 y2.
That's only oae leader here.
CHAS. E. MILLER, Inc.,
812 14th st. 4 dears north of H st.
WE carry a fall steek of new and slightly
used tires; our prices are most reasonable.
COMMBRCIAL TIRE CO.. Inc..
1S34 14th st..N. W.
NOTICE AUTO OWNERS
If you wish a square deal,
come to us. We guarantee
our tire repairing. Polar
ine oil, 50c per gallon.
GIBSON TIRE SALES CO.,
33 H St. N. W.,Main 2104.
AUTOS FOR HIRE
AARON AUTO SERVICE,
TAXI OR TOURING.
Mrs. M. I. JARBOB, Mgr. Main 71S1.
LONG DISTANCE TRIP
1, 2. 3 or 4 passengers one way to any
point between Washington. New York and
Albany. Cheap rate. Phone Main 7181. 2
PHONE WEST 84
8e Ten blocks.
7Ee Any distance In eity proper.
Shopping and touring, per hour, J2.M.
7-paaaeager touring car $3 per hour.
OPBN ALL NIGHT.
New Taxi Service Co
CALL MAIN US
Taxi Service. Anywhere Any-
Bpeclal rates far touring.
MX XBW TAXICABS and 7-pnsgengsr
touring cars salt Mala 7W8. feW-tf
Franklin Auto Service.
AUTOS AND TAXIS furalihed for all oo-
eastons in and out of cRy.
Licensed by the District of Columbia
EGYPTIAN PALMIST AND MBDIUM.
Can toll you anything you wish to knew or
find out in business, health, and family af
fairs; tells you the name of the lady or
gentleman you will marry and when you
will marry. nave you found the one yen
have bestowed your affections upon acting
cool or distant toward you? The Madam
can tell the cause for it. She can tell
you if the one you love is true or false and
tell you how to win and hold the one of
your choice; tells you what business and
what part of the world is most lucky for
you and advises you how to gala and hold
a good position; she brings the separated
together; makes happiness between man
and wife. The Madam can tell you if any
body has put bad luck or evil influence on
you and she can tell you how to take It
off. The Madam can tell you the cause
of your troubles and how to avoid them.
Caa advise you in divorce cases: when to
speculate and where to locate. This lady
does not tell to please you. but gives only
truthful advice you can depend on. Satis
faction guaranteed or no charge. Read
ings $1. 829 7th st. N XV. 6
MADAME ALLEN .
WORLD'S GREATEST PALMIST AND
Guarantees to read your entire life, past,
present and future, gives true advice on
business, love, and health, and family at
fairs; tells the name of your future hus
band or wife, and what to do to be a suc
cess in life; tells you what business is moat
lucky for you and what part of the world
will be more successful for you: advises
how to gain and hold a good position: she
tells if the one you !oe Is true or false,
and causes speedy marriage with the one
of your choice; brinati the separated to
gether; makes happinpps between man
and wife; she tells you th hecrets of be
ing happy and succPFBful in anything you
take in hand; her advice will remedy all
obstacles and evil Influences. One viait to
aiaam Alien win repay you for disap
pointments in all other, satisfaction guar-
SBieea or no cparge.
Special Readings, $1.00
812 K Street N. W. 6
MADAM D 'ASHMAN,
CONSIDERED THE MOST GIFTED
CLAIRVOYANT IN AMERir-A
Will help you to decide what In best for
you iq so in iov. business, marriage, di
vorce, char. Re, traveling; will tell jou if
you will marry the one you love, givj y.u
lucky days and numbers. gee her todai.
She can tell you lots of things you wil be
kiu i Know. uniixe ordinary oe.ii!.
Madam D'Ashman has poseeseed the ex
traordinary power from childhood.
Room 33. 1361 G st. N. W.
Cor. 13th and G. Opp. Droop Music Store
GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
If you are going to seek advice or help,
why not consult one who Is well known,
one who Is here permanently? This gifted
lady ean tell you anything you wish to
know Or iind out In business, health or
family affairs. When and whom you will
marry. What part or the country is beet
for you. What to do to be successful In
Ufa Removes evil Influences, 'le.i how to
win and holfl the one of your choice. Sat
isfaction or no charges Headings. 31.68.
1211 E st. N. W.. between 12th and 13th.
Noted Clairvoyant and Palmist, can
read your life by the lines In your palm,
whieh are the record of your life. Belii
a graduate of two colleges of palmistry
ana his wonfleriui gut or t.ecam1 Klirfa
false; what part of the country Is luckiest
to you. what to do to be successful In
life, removes troubles of all nature, brings
the separated together: tells the secret of
haxlng personal Influence with your asso
ciate Prof Belmont Is a Psychologist
of World Renown. Readings. 31. 1216 New
York Ave. N. W.. next door to Masonic
MfH 1 POINTS. Spiritual Adviser with
the late Indian psychic. 1216 8th st NW.
Licensed fey the District of Celumbi
The Little White Mother,
THE GRBATB8T CLAIRVOYANT. LIFE
RBADBR AND ADVISBR OF MODERN
Gifted with clear seelnc mediumletie
ability since childhood HOLDS THB KBY
TO YOUR SUCCESS AND HAPPINB8S
HOW TO TURN SORROW TO JOY
FAILURE TO SUCCBSS. HOW SEPA
RATED MAY BE REUNITED. Infor
mation, advice, assistance on all affairs
of life, love, courtship, marriage, divorce,
separation, business, domestic changes and
harmony. TELLS YOUR NAME, NAMES
OF FRIENDS AND BKEMIB8. 'OVER-
COMBS EVIL INFCUBNCBS.
1123 14th S4vN. W.
ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST DIS
TINGUISHED PSYCHIC MEDI
UMS. PALMISTS AND LIFE
This lady's reputation is world-wide
and her advice of the most reliable
kind; without a question will tell the
object of your call, will advise you en
all business, changes, speculations. In
vestments, divorce and how to beeome
reunited to husband, wife or friend.
There is bo heartache or sorrow so
groat Mme. Spencer cannot help you
with it, or help you to decide between
the right and wrong courses of action.
It will Day the skeptic or doubtful
to consult this gifted lady whose 18
years successful practice in Washing
ton is a sufficient guarantee of her
efficiency and ability.
, Hours 11 A M. to 8 P. M.
Studio, 924 14th St. N. W.
Knowledge of the future is power for the
present, and clairvoyance aives that knowl
edge. Rispah Btdon is oae of the world's
noted mediums and palmists; she stands
alone la her profession. A a scientific
palmist she is accurate: as a medium she
gives names and descriptions of spirit
friends, messages and information on an
affairs of life, family affairs, love affairs.
business deals, mining and inventions.
PARLORS Cor. 8th and O aU. N. W.
Bntrance 781 6th st
Hours, It A. M. to 16 P ,M. 7
DEBORAH (original) Peer of all palm
ists and mediums: has Just returned zrom
vacation at home; 26 years in this city at
611 L st. N. W. s
PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT. -
Guaranteed to read your entire life, past,
present and future. She asks no questions,
but before you utter a word she tells what
you called for, names of friends, enemies,
tells how to gala success Jn business,
health, courtship, marriage, divorce, tells
you what part of the world wilt be suc
cessful for you; advises how to gala and
hold a good position; she tells If the one
you love is true or false. Are you in
trouble? Do- you find the on you have
bestowed your trust and affection upon
laetlag cool and indifferent toward youT
Bav witi rmnvvc ait vnnKaw am ten yen
how to win and hold the one you desire,
ehe reunites the separated, locates absent
friends and relatives. Readings, 31.M.
39 7th St. N. W. (opposite Ssks & Co.)
Private Parlors. T
MADAME LENORE .
OIFTBD CLAIRVOYANT AND MBDIUM.
Gives true and good advice on business,
love, divorce and marriage. Tells how to
gain success in anything you wish to da
Tells how ta overcome evil influences; hew
to gain and hold the one you love. Her
advice will help you. you will la wiser and
happier after seeing this gifted medium.
No guess work or questions asked. What
she sees and tells comes true Tells the
full name of who you will marry, the day
and month. Otve her a trial; before you
criticise; come and be convinced what a
natural bom clairvoyant ean do. Satis
faction or no charges. Hours 11 to 7.
721 BLBVBNTH STREET N. W.
(Two doors north of Palais Reyal).
- MADAME -ISMAR
GIFTED PALMIST AND CLAIRYOYANT.
Born With a Double Veil.
Gives absolute study and confidential in
formation en all subjects near -and- dear -to
the human race; telling past, present and
future. Olves advice on love, courtship
and marriage, family affairs, divorces, law.
business and. speculations, etc Tells what
you are best adapted for, your lucky and
unlucky days, how to eliminate family dis
cord and trouble; establish happiness and
peace; make up levers quarrels; tells who
you will marry and when; brings the sep
arated together; can break up your enemy's
power; overcome evil influence and bad
luck. If you are seeking the advice of a
palmist, clairvoyant or medium it will pay
you to CONSULT MADAME ISMAR FIRST.
486 LOUISANA AVBNUB N. W.
(Opposite Court House).
Hours 19 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dally.
ARE YOU HAPPY?
There is a way to overcome all difficul
ties, trouble and anxiety. A correct sad
truthful residing of your life by the seienee
of phrenology will show you how you ean
be happy. No questions asked. The
head sind face are as an open book by
which all affairs of life can be read. Don't
be a failure. Come today. Advles ea
Phrenologist and Business Adviser.
825 14th at. N. XV. Hours 18 am. to 9 pm.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Be advised by one who can properly ad
vise you on health, love, marriage, busi
ness, inventions, speculations and all af
fairs of life. Satisfaction guaranteed or
no charges. Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
STUDIO 818 9 th ST. N. W.
PalmlsL Phrenologist, Clairvoyant.
Genuine Egyptian Palmist. Reads past,
present and future Satisfaction guaran
teed. 924 Pa. ave. N. W. 7
Palmist and clairvoyant: readlnzs daily.
sat, guar.- S12 F et. rhone Main 1437. 7
Ccientific Egyptian palmist. Tells past,
present and future. Satisfaction guaran
teed. 613 7lh st. N. W. 7
ROYAL GYPSY PALMIST
Reads your hand like an open book; It Is
not necessary to mention all great and
wonderful things Madam Stanley has and
can do for her patrons, her name and
wonderful readings for the last 10 years
In Washington will be a recommendation
to all; satisfaction guaranteed, give her a
call. Second floor front.
746 9th st. N. W.. formerly of 1311 H N. E.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN $M to SoM.Me ea D.
C. real estate. Several trust funds. All
transactions conducted with economical
consideration for borrowers
WM. II. SAUNDERS & CO.
Southern Building, 887 15th st. N. XV.
MONEY TO LOAN
on real estate; lowest ratew. prior payment
privileges: large amounts TYLER
RUTHERFORD. 817 ISth ft sep22-96t
10 A. M. te 10 I. 31.
GLOVER. SIS 22Hd; prlv. lessens any" time,
76c: class closes until Sept. 36. W-1129.
MODERN l-A-M-G-l-X-fi TAUGHT
Prer. Cain. America's Foremost Dancing
Master, can leach you In a few lessons If yeu
can be taught. Teaching exclusively at tat
BIGirrWAY SCHOOL OF DANCING,
1218 NEW YORK AVE..
Only up-to-date Dancing Academy south ot
New York. Private lessons any hour. 75c:
need not have appointment. Ph. Fr. 7(61.
JOHNSON IS HAILED
AS NEXT PRESIDENT
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1. Hailed as
"our next President," Senator Hiram
Johnson was In San Francisco to4ay
to "carry en" In his' tight a garnet
adoption of the League of NaCTefe
A large crowd was at the station
to welcoma the Senator. He made a
brief speech from a reception stand,
"I am here to preach to you the
doctrine that this country et ours is
for Americans, and to ask you to
unite with me and the ether men in
Washington who are making the good
fight to see that there shall be no
khaki-clad boys of ours sent to light
on foreign lands, wars that are of
no concern of ours."
Johnson was scheduled to speak to
day at a luncheon of business clubs.
It Ik te your best interest te nt
year Liberty Bend Interest In W. S. S.
Formerly with Dr. Wyeth. now wKh
437-441 7th st. N. W.
Phone Main S247.
OFFICE OF THK SUPBBJNTSNBBKT QT
LICBNSBS. District of Columbia. Wash
ington. D. C, October 1. 1819.-Notice J
hereby given that on October 31. 1919. all
of the following 1 teens ea will expire:
Apothecaries, auctioneers, automobile stor
age warehouses, bill posters. Millard, pool
and other tables, bowling alloys, boarding
houses, public hatha, mediums, clairvoy
ants, palmists, etc., cattle dealers, com
mission merchants, cigar dealers, buiWlng
wnumvmi, wn ana wagon matters,
confectioners. dealers in second-hand
personal property, dealers In gasoline, deal
ers la markets, dealers in kerosene oil and
oils of like grade, manufacturers, wholesale
and retail druggists who sell alcohol, fuel
hucksters, florists, hotels, employment
agencies. Investment companies, public
halls, public parks, livery staMes, steam
and hand laundries, land and Improvement
companies, loan brokers, railroad ticket
brokers, restaurants and eating houses.
rent estate agents, slot machines, theaters
and undertakers. AH persons desiring to
continue in above-described businesses or
professions must promptly renew their li
censes, wash h. coombs. Superintend-
eat ef Licenses, D. C
APPLBS ARK VERY SCARCE.
Get yours at wholesale prices in orchard:
also delicious elder made daily; now pick
ing Staymaa Wlnesap and York Imperial;
bring baskets and Jugs; go te Brlgbtwood,
Silver Spring, up state road ta Glenmont.
turn te right, on straight te Norwood,
thence to heart of Maryland Orchard.
WILL J". THOMAS. Bdaer. Md. Write for
read map. saSI-Mt
WHERE TO EAT
MS 12th ST. X. W.
The only place for travelers. Rooms, 31
a day and up: defeat H. C L. by patran
lslng our dining room.
8e B INNER Me
7te Sunday SprW CUekea B4nner--7Is
LITTLE BTOMX RBBTAUKANT.
1738 PA. AVB. N. W.
OBUCIOOB HOMB COOKIN9.
RfpuMic Caff 1
3E eie-812 r wi. N. w. I
g REGULAR DlfirWf
' jSJI 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. and S n. n
45c tp 70c
JCBr Frsnkna 7737
Chinese and Amertea DSskea
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
Modern Fireproof Building. While on
completed about Jan. 1. 19M Our Vans.
Winter Building Storage
Crating and Shipping
see Storage Rooms far Household
143S U Street N.YV.
.aaaasi STORAGE a 4 MONTH
fTfaaBBaBi ROOMS AND UP.
rB8BHajja ing Distance Moving.
asam2mmVsrr Packing by Experts. Best
B'mXf facilities for automobile
North 104. Union Storage Co..
706-9 FLA. AVB. N. W. 414 3rd ST. N.W.
rurnlture. China, Etc.
Experienced WHITE Men.
12 OS PER MONTH X- tm
UNITED STATFjS STORAGE CO.. INC.
418-420 TENTH ST N. W.
PHONES MAIN 4239 or FRANKLIN 2422.
Suburhan movlnp a specialty
New York. Philadelphia
Packard and I'lerce Arrow cars
used exclusively. Experienced
white men in oharga. Padded
vans THE BIG 4
1042-1054 29th St. N. W.
Phone West 1841
For An Estimate
Phone M. 2616-2611.
1226 11 st. N W.
STORAGB. PACKING AND 8H1PP1NO.
CLBAN, dry storage fcr fsrnitwre and
pianos Kstlmate cheerfully given.
WB8CHLRR'S. 929 Pa. ave. N. W. Pheae
Ntic Acy B PkmJ Until 1 9.
jr. Jfat St$0, Brunch . "
FOR MRS. BUTLER
Funeral services for Mr. Mary X.
Butler, wife of Walter C. Butler, pnet
commander pf Lafayette Poet, No. 20.
O. A. R., and a resident ef this city for
fifty-six years, will be held at her
heme. 24 P street northeast, at 8:90
o'clock tomorrow morning. Follow
ing the services at the home, requiem
mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock
in St, Aloysiue' Church. Interment
will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mrs.
Butler, who was seventy years old,
died Monday at her home.
Mrs. Butler was born in Ireland.
She is survived by her husband, two
daughters, Mise Julia. C. Butler and
Mrs. George 'Van Hern, and by two
Lsens, John F. Butler, of this eity, and
Walter A. Butler, ef New Terk city.
James B. and Muriel A. Stansbnry.
Norman P. and Vivian R. Feoie.
Allen P. and Marie V. JWchsls.
John J. and Mildred F. fTMaHey.
Henry B. and Laita. M. Lewis.
Ira D. and Bthel V. Sawyer.
Beverly M. and Grace M. Leash.
James R. and Nellie Ouy.
Robert B. and Orace 8. Camay.
Joseph D. and Mary M. Christ.
George B. and Charlotte D. Brandt.
John B and Francos L. Bowers.
Charles and "Rose WaaselL
Emanuel and Klisaketh Smith.
Raw ley and Mary Hasklns.
Matthew and Annie Hacar.
James G. and Bdmeutn Goings.
Champ and Annie Burroughs.
John J. and Margaret WboHhaa.
Norman and Ann F. Underwood.
Walter A. and MatUe S. uenlth.
William and MIMred Pom.
Spencer H. and Pattie Nutwell.
Brooks R. and Poari Newten.
John W. and Mary E. Mlnton.
Chester G. and AlVee X. Gilbert.
William R. and Bthel J. BwMoegk.
Willie and Evelyn L)aeey.
Abraham O. Brill. 38, and
beta of that 1ty. The Rev. O.
Athanastos Kowtrls. 34. and Bva
both ef IMS eity. The Rev, B. Limbrmos,
2. both ef tats cky.' The Key. U. O. B.
Bart A. WetaholBMr, 22. of Lake View. X.
Y., and Madoanc M. Stanr, 18, both of
Woodstock. Md. The Rev. L. X.
Ralph B. Xoerber. 27. and Bdtth L.
son, 32. both of this eHy. The Rev. D. H.
Charles P. Knamt, 36, and Charlotte L. Me
Keever, 36. both of this ctty. The Rev.
G. T. Dudley.
George Lewie Bradshaw. 36. of Ryan coun
ty. Va.. and Mary Johnson. 34. ef Asfa
bun, Vs. The Ror. -43. W. Popktsu.
Thad Talmage Taylor. 27. and La Von
Folks, 32, ef this city. The Rev. B. B.
Clarence B. Brant. 12. and Orlnota IHste
Wilson. 21. both of this city. The Be.
W. A. Morgan.
David Lv Gardner. M. of Rossis. X. J,
and Vivian M. Beach. 22. of smwarlsv
N.-Y. The Rev. O: J. Larhms.
Jeha Frank McViekar, 23, and Ansjela
G. RuoseW. It. both of this ety. The
Rev. J. A. Smyth.
Charles Hcunslsa Walsh. 27. and Irene W.
Seitz. 24, both of this city. The nr.
D. H. Bdwards.
Cloa J. Lingerfelter, 36, of Dee Moines.
Iowa, and Dorothy Kimball. 3f. of this
eity. The Rev. 8. H. Oroona.
John A- Doegaa, 24. of Bonwoed. W. Vs.,
and Alice M. Murray, 36. of this city.
The Rev. P. J. O'Cennofl.
Charles H. Campbell. S7. and Margaret B.
Welch. 44. both ef this city. The Rev.
J. A. Cowan.
George H. Griffith. (8, and Dora H. Jar-
rett. 45. both of this city. The Rev. J.
Robert P. St. Clair, 34. and Mary T. Sul
livan, 33, both of this ctty. The Rev.
J. C. Bekearede.
Walter Btlwoed Allen. 44. and Ruby Sarah
Tully Seeloy. 42, of this dty. The Rev.
L. E. Purdum.
Daniel R. Harty. 34. and Catherine C.
Casby. CI. both et this eity. The Rev..
William J. Brooks.
Wellington J. Galbmith. 36. of HnmWsn.
Canada, and HHma M. Chaoman, 36. of
this city. The Rer. H. W. O. Milltagton.
Louis, V. Gordon. 3. of Visits. Va.. and An
nie H. Powell. 26. ef Lonni, Va
Rev. J. E. Brian.
Thomas A. Smith, 36. and Louise W. FowoM,
36. both of Richmond, Va. The Rer. W. J.
Arthur Haaaum Deteert, 34. and Mary
Evelyn Zane.'lS. both ef this etty. The
Rev H. S. Smith.
Walter J. Schltfter. 35. and Dora May Xur-
die. 36, both ef Baltimore. Md. The Rer.
J. H. Jeffries.
Clarence M. Kelpy, 38 yrs.. 2887 Ga. are.
Graee E. Padmore, 4 yrs.. 362 Seaton pi. ne.
Virginia W. Wilson. 7$ yrs., 944 Woatmta-
JrtT fiL. II vt
Mary A. Hilton. 61 yrs.. 34 and X sts. ne.
Charles M. Blodler. 44 yrs.. St. Btiz. Hoe.
Charles Hartmana, 76 yrs.. 365 Ga. ave.
Charles C. Crouch. 82 yrs.. Glonwood Ceme
tery, lsf and Olrard sts. nw.
Mary B. Butlor. 79 yrs . 24 P st ne.
Clyde W. Jackson. 23 yrs . 1339 H st. nw.
Fannie F. Colbert. 3 mo.. Children's He.
Infant of Harry and Bertha Grades. 16
hrs.. 1855 9th st nw.
Jane Jones. 66 yrs.. Wash. Ay. Hos.
Mary Taylor, 38 yrs.. Freedmen's Has.
Herbert Beet. 17 yrs.. 235 F sw
Ernest Walker. 6 raos.. 457 Washington st.
KINti-BOOKEK The marriage of MKt
LUCY KINO to LIEUTENANT BOOKBR,
of Nebraska, took place on Tuesday
evening, at 8 o'cock. at her aunt's resi
dence. 1621 Seventeenth street north
west. September 36. 1919. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. D. D.
IIARTMANN Oa Tuesday. September SO.
1919. at 11 :9B a. m . at Bis resjoence. eti
Georgia avenue northwest. CHARLBg.
the beloved husband of Bmma Hartmana
and devoted father of Frederick J. Hart
mann, of Philadelphia. Pa., and of Mrs.
F. H. Bushby. of Rlverdale. Md.
Funeral services from his late resi
dence. Thursday. October 2. at 3:36 p. m.
Interment Qlenwood Cemetery. 1
BUTLKR Suddenly on September SI. 1919,
MARY E.. beloved wife of Walter C.
Butler, at her residence. 24 P street
Funeral from her late residence, Thurs
day. October 2. 1919. at 8:36 a. m.. thence
to St. Aloysius' Church where reuulom
mass will be said for the repose of her
soul at 9 o'clock. Interment at Mt.
Olivet Cemetery. 1
, FLORAL DESIGNS
FLOWERS ior all occasions,
4116. reafaeace. Franklin 11 $6. GBO. X,
COOKE. 1162 Conn, ave n
Of vry description Moderate prises.
1314 K ST. N. W
J. WILLIAM LEE,
NDKRTAKBR AND LTVBRT.
32S Pa. Ave. N. W.
Ishehsao H. 133. WABHtNOTOH. XX. Q.
otltU attd Ht Mimi fl
fnist eBd iHylimisat Iktf
Ifh sasadRnMasiar tO JaBsssssL
Loodon. Be mtotm
Ij pr-titoA of tiM 1RbbV
YeriitT of Hon? Xoof, ia
'RED SYKfATrllZERS. PROVE
BALL FANS, HOT B0LSHEY1KS
QOUmXOa. Ohio, Oct. 1--
en a afreet corner a fellow waxrfd a
im In nte 08irt and stfmlae ef tftw
"reda that paeeeraby weru abeejt to
call a eop." The crowd listened and
finally it wae seen that
tshtra who were 'rear it:
I In th crowd.
But it was ef the Cincinnati
.rfety that they were talkisar
and time's popular down this way.
a etc-ve eC
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I snnnnnnnlmBnnsSe ?
V BKBKB v JvmBnuuui
5 mBBBBBBBma9Kr smBB.
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Isvrcstmisr Sa W S. S.
compared with the same month one year ago showed
he TIMES GAINS : '
for 1919 are
Super gains are rails
the kind The TIMES has been making for a period
now running into the third year. Here are The
TIMES super gains ter 1919 as compared wth tiie
corresponding monhs;of one year ago; 4
reoruary ,...., ,5i
marcn ; ,t
Total 616,573 s
These gains are on top of the world's record
advertising gains of The Washington Times for the
year 1918 of OVER TWO AND A HALF MILLION
which was on top of a gain of NEARLY
A MILLION LINES for the last s.wths
of the previous year (1917) thtjyjftt six
months of the'Brisbane ownership."
E. C. Rogers, BttsiiM MaTm&r, The Washington
IS A CHATTERBOX
B0JTOM,Oct. 1. Wanted An ta
Juncttoa ' ten restrain a haaated talk
tssg awelitte from talking te ttsnat
doTHsts; tSM night time.
The feiraetory coaversatioa bos is
the sreaerty of Oaat. Micaael Beyle,
of stnstfoe Company No- It, Today thfi
weird performaaoes of the
talktag machine were much
hi that neighberhoed.
Dwrinc the night the deoghty fire
caaiaia heard the aaachlae play lag a
weird melody "Ilk sweet balls Jan
gled eat of 1080." aad talkta errat
ically to itself, as If tt were intcotl
cated. He arose asal shut K off. No
record was in evidence. He had ae
soemer got back te bed when the
straasTw tune besam again. Captaia
Beyle arose agala asst once more after
an "Araant ye's- saceeeded la radac
lag the machine te sflenea.
Tne thing haspeaed a third Usae
with ae huataa agency la ertaeaee
aad the captain gave It up. The un
canny music coathsoed until ahntoat
Captaia. Beyle to Inclined to tsHafc
the nheaomeaoa was due to seaMV ae-
Uoa of the electrical storm oa the del
icate apparatus of the
The WC-i, the aary flytsvf boat
which made the first trip across the
Atlantic and is now oa a creas coaa
trytour te the Interest of recruiting
for the naval avlatiem service, la due
to land la Wasaiagton October la, ac
oordtas; to aa aaaoancesaeat by the
Mary Departaseat. The plane, uatdsr
the eommaad of lieuC-Coenjdr. A. C
Jtestd, who coadaeted the "ship" oa
her eresthvoceaa fUght will eoaea
ta Washragtea direct from Baltimore
ami rentaia la the city several days
The NC-4, whlehs at preaent ia
ProvkNace. R. I., is aecompaaied by
the -lml." a converted yacht, which
transports the meehaniea aad fuel for
the flym machine, tosrather with a
band. The visit ef the airship te
Washington Is expected to result Is
a number of applications for enlist
meat ta the naval avtatloa. Many
sueh appUcatioas have' followed the
visits ef the NC-4 la other cities. It
Is stated, aad the foil quota of ea
lieted Bersoaael te the naval artatten
Is expeeted to be gained. Commodore
Lloyd, at 343 Ntath street northwest,
ts te charge of the local racratt83sf;
made on top of
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