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mario v h.ixvlxt. i?it. tgVtSK; ?tefot top. food upnolit?ry. ? rn Bru^tiCAjTyjMW cord tiro#, two exti*B. otlat ft do. apftonM rtdin* car. i>orf oct. ?aenflc* for quick "Ul Porter etroet. 0-v?land Park. pn?ne ut. iReg 1114.) **_ 9naUJI5D KM tooriif.llll. o*eolle?t mtn!?c omUUoii and eppeoronco; bow ly pel* ted profooBtoneliy |T?0 cmflh. APT. >1, tlte YictorU? *-L. MERCER SPORTING MODEL Pour-paaeengrr.louring. Roll* BMe; without a bietniah: guaranteed perfect mechanical condition, feet ana powerful: fully equipped aa4twe ?? ? ra bread-new SUvertown cord tires * wire wheels; owner sailing for Italy a*h pnee. u.:? MR..Pe-nve?. phone Main HI. (Reg 1271). 1 (n??I^MD-Tearing.I?l?: new conditloa: I47i. 1*17 IH "? ? "? Willvs-Overland Coupe Attrif*y? 3-pae*. late 1911 model; ?P^? did eomlUion. guaranteed. snap for some body. North 3447. IReg. ?1?7.) 14 WII.I.IH BVMUAMP i put . 'ate 1?1? model; In excellent .nape guaranteed ?nap for inmfbody. North- 3447 IR?? llM_? P*r**?D?l?I?. th? J?T ef *~f ?**?? : osae >r> good ooodition good paint, good .res, ?plendl<l upjtflstery and engine, sgy d?mon?tration; any time- _ all Mr. EVAN* let ? and J. Usln 1110. Br. 4??. _( r?. ?j?i > KOAW1&.? l?t? tul lag; 'ion e*tru. for tale heap, owner tear ing etty 3117 Georgia a?a. V. W . ? a m ?? I p ui ? Keg 1??1 ) Il? ilIi.H n t* readete*. t3.veo when new #r?t clam condition. will ?xrhange for Inick *ortli ll.tae PEERLESS LAUN nRT. t-w >17 lTth si 3. K. 17_ 'Or* eagtae trouble. explained . ge4 Ojkrt Auto eneyclo. Pfirlman i. ?I1 O at. nw. ' hr?-tf SEE THE STEARNS-KNIGHT & DAVIS Cam Before Purchasing. r.BC C RICH AUTO CO.. 11H K H st nw. v m?Light deliver* truck: gsod readi tJon. terms If desired 41? K at. N. W. n WrmtK?T-?ml; pes fwi lOBdHleo; new ord Urea; 3 extra, new battery big bar gain: terms Phone Mala &U4. (Reg. 1117 i 11 ZIM TRUCK in perfect con dition. AKBON RUBBER k SUPPLY CO., 913 11th st a E.. ocl9-tf R)|RfR TOT l?17 ar I till; Sim ceodit on t?n raah GIOHOl W. RrVR. ?4 Hanoe-r it N W II* RROIfFN ca*t iron axd other DKUIVCrH wet al a welded ~ ?TO-orr COMPANT. 11* Now J eras y are. H. W Um. IMS wll-H PAflrmc iXI? REPAIRING AUTOMOEILE REPAIRING By Expert Mechanics luoirito AoD ornrrator woit E. H. BAUER CO., INC, Franklin 5398 636 G St. N.W. Jat -ta.th.aa-t! IAOUTOR9 e< a~ ? pricaa we employ only export witt will co.. inc.. ?i n at. M. E. Eraahltn 4?*? Overhauling, Valve Grinding. rtaaovcd, export ?ervice, by er Tomiy^ Pt>oor Lioc. 14H- teleHt REPAIR WORK banted; an kinds of .. preaaptly aad well dona. We Specialize on All Cars. Care called tar and iiBsaed. Rear 1411 R?o4a Iataad aae. W W Mala till. Al/roHOBIUB pallid aad nnnMirti attractive pfieea. QANTRR. >441 Ga. aea. W. W. Mala 1M3 ?al?~?t WANTED AUTOS ! miwunn HwnaniMWHn pert aiaehaaSe. to orerhaal aad repair. , free towing Phone Ltmc. JM7. oj BOX : 41-A. Ttanea offlc? 11 RTARTKO?OM ? paid: we hare ? | land, we wtlt call or yoa phone Prank , IIU. NORTH CAST JUNK CO.. ?1 H gt. J M- R. odl-Mt j I tmtl. ?hr mmmbam sww k?. ?rday. II noon. A quick and satisfactory I Bechod so sale, no -barga, care Hated ba , fore Tharaday advarttaed fraa "WI8CH LKR'R" ?:? Pa. ava N. W. Phone Mala lift eell-tf AUTOS FOR HIRE W.VNTKD. OXR-TO* cont**D TRCCR tar htoa; will haul aaywhere; reasonable. Call 1*3& 7th at. 8. ?- Line. ?**?. (Ra?. " TAXICABS PHONE WEST 84 Ha Tea blaeka. 7io?Any diatance la city proper ?hopping aad touring, per hour, t*-M. 7 -: 11 1? tearing car. 11 par hoar 13 par OPEN ALL NIOHT New Taxi Service Co., Inc. CAIJ. MAIN 118 t Taxi Sarrica. Anywhere Aay aaa Bpeels I ratea for toartng. aoll-Mt AARON AUTO SERVICE, TAXI OR TOCRINO Mrs. M. L J ARBOR. Mgr. Mats T1SL aaU-Mt FRANKLIN 50 Prmaklia Auto ta ?>ca. aoto. GARAGES ?wig WISE alley. Raar IW G sA. S. K Apply 41T l*th t. N R II <35ZEeT5-WrT557sir^5r^iirw Cambridge pL N. W. Phone Weat 14^* s. W- AM rilisli garage, erifl t?ua c?rw ntit IIU II "TT^Iwu 411 tr mt MS lUk at. Chvttal at. Lln U GARAGES OUR SPECIALTY Ogt ?, ? Metal aad brick. * OALBRAJTH. 1U1 North Cap I tot. ? North 11IS-J. no?->?t for Ford, price PL J Til l^h IIU. II , Q?R*<1R OOw L hollaw tile gad brick garagea W M. srsLt.ta.'-sr"m BUSINESS OPPORTUNmES ilaas 1ST"" ararage bwtnaaa abou 11 HI per month; four itrlng room*; elec I trie llRhtA BOX 114. Times office 1J? aic onotn wirr?u m are m?Rl -mjt have ll.Ht. call Main 141. aak for (.aRM-AN between I and I p. m_. Monday. Tu?day ar Wedneadajr. II* UBT OOOtW aad aadtaa store < stag aplsa gk4 buaneea; vary desirable location ?:,m. gtrtetlr eaah- DINOWTTZ RXALTT , 'O . It# Colorado Bldg Main (II. I" - ? ? ? nolh-tf rorLTRT WTAXT) far saie aa Ttii aad O at. market; reason for aeitlng. other ?,aela?sa Iaqatre at lilt R g. n. R.J f-em i ta 4 p. aa, or call Lincoln ?3? J. rorrnthau 1I? AN ga??! sRRartaaltj ta parrhaae 7 per oat preferred dlrtdend stock, with aock 'arger returue in the way of common stock n aae wall - set ? biiahed baalneaa ("ommtxti irat* with RAI.PH D. RREVES 711 Maa hldg Phon- Main 1411. II NRAR-RIUCR WTAND for saaWe 717 4tk st- N W 11 ? ftNR 1KVON fftOaaa ruleaalalag pleat. ceiar'rtejy equipped, la flret class oep mmEL A chance of a lifetime for a bus i isr-vaal a craafc at ao tiaae to look after thte rn* Sf basineaa W R HTTMPHR ET, pUi rvanda ara. N. R North H4L IZ CLAIRVOYANTS Licensed by the District of Columbia MADAME ALLEN WORLD'S GREATEST PALMIST AND | CLAIRVOYANT . OflkriiitMd to read your entire life, P***. preeent and future. gives true ?i?l? on business. love, and health, and family al faira. telle the name of your future Hue band or wife, and what to do to be a sue- i cess In life; tella you what business le most lucky for you and what part of the wor.a | win be more successful for you; a<lv"*) how to rain and hold a food position; she tella If the one >ou love la true or falae. ?nd rauaee speedy marriage with the one 011 your choice; brings the separated togetner, | makes happlnea* b'tween man and sue. she tell* ynu tho secrets of being happy and I succeaaful In anything you take In hand. | her advice will remedy all obetaclfs and evil Influences. One vlalt to Madan Allen will repay you for disappointiaenta in all others; aatlafaction guaranteed or no charge. Special Readings $1 00 115 F Street N W. IT MARTHA SPENCER ONE OK THK WORLD'S MOST DIS I ' TINGU1SHED PSYCHIC MEDI UMS. PALMISTS AND LIKE ( READERS 1 THIS LADY'S REPUTATION IS I WORLD-WIDE AND HER ADVICK OF 1 THE MOST RELIABLE KIND WITH | ! OUT A QUESTION WILL TELL THK ! object of your call, will advise you on all business changes. speculations, in vest men's, divorce and how to become reunited to husband, wife or friend. There i* no heartache or sorrow so great M me. Spencer cannot help you with it. or help you to decide between the right and wrong courses of action. IT WILL PAY THE SKEPTIC OR DOUBTKUL TO CONSULT THIS OIKTED LADY WHOSE IS YKAR8' SUCrESSKUL PRACTICE IN WASH INGTON IS A SUKK1CENT GUAR ANTEE OK HER EKKICIENCT Arf<D ABILITY. HOURS. 10 A. M TO S P. M Studio, 924 14th St. N. W. 12* MADAM D'ASH MAN, CONSIDERED THE MOST GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT IN AMERICA Will help you to decide what Is best for you to do In love, business, marriage, di vorce. r hangea, traveling; will tell you if you will marry the one you love, give you lucky days and number* Soe her today S>ie can tell you lot* of things you will be glad to know. Unlike ordinary people. Madam I'Ashman has poaaeseed the ex traordinary power from childhood. MADAM D'ASHMAN, Room SS. 1101 O St. N W. Cor. 11th and O, Opp. Droop Music Blnre. PROF. LE REUCH Palmist. Gifted Clairvoyant and Medium 1 #02 Tth St. N. W. Hours: 1 to ? p. m. dally . MADAM PARKER GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM. If you are going to seok advice or help, why not consult one who Is wall known, one who Is here permanently? This gifted My caw tall you anyth'ng you wish f know or And oat In business, health. 01 family affairs When and whom you will marry. What part of tho country la bast for you. What to do to be successful in life. Removes evil influence* Tells how to win aid hold the one of your choice. Satisfaction or no chargea Readings. 11-00. 1211 E st. N. W.. be I 12th and 13th. 15* ~PR0F. marzaban Palmist. Astrologtst. Clairvoyant. 11#? H St. N W. Kr T22S. 13* MME. RUTH, - Clairvoyant and Phrenologist. can ba consulted daily oo all affairs of Ufa Satisfaction gnarantaed Hours 9 a. m. to S p. m. 9todlo >10 tth st N W. It? MME. JEANETT BOTTTT A_N PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT. Guaranteed to read your entire life, past, present and future. She ask* no questions, but before you utter a word she tells what you callsd for, names of friends, enemies, tells how to rain success in business, health. courtship, marriage, divorce, tells you what part of the world will be suc cessful for you. advises how to gain and hold a good position, she tells If the one you love Is true or false. Are you In troubleT Do you And the one you have bestowed your trust and affection upon acting cool and Indifferent toward you? She will remove all obstacles and tell you how to win and hold the one you desire. She reunites the separated, locates absent friend* and relatives Resdlngs. $1 00. Ml Tth 8t. N. W (opposite Saka A Co.) Private Parlors. 11* MRS. BOSWELL, PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT Gives advice on business, love, health and family affairs, tells If the one yoa love Is true or false, what part of the country Is luckiest to you. what to do to be successful In life. Gives you dates and tacts, tells you what has passed la life, and what Is happening, without asking a single question She does not tell to please, but reads just as the hands Indi cate tells you the planets you were born under, the lucky and unlucky planeta; when and whom you will marry; settles and explains love, family trouble, marriage, divorce, health, lawsuits, speculations. In vestments. transactions of all klnda In fact, no matter what your hope, fear or ambition, come to this noted palmist and And help. There la no use for anyone to be unsuccessful or unhappy. No matter what the cause, her advice removes all trouble. She guarantees satisfaction. Read ings. II. T10 TTH ST. N. W . bet. G A H. RIZPAH ELDON, CLAIRVOYANT MEDIUM. Knowledge of the future is power for tike present, and clairvoyance gives that knowl edge Rixpah Eldon is one of the world's noted mediums and palmists, sbe standa alone In her profeaslon. As a scientific palmist she Is accurats; as a medium abe gives names and descriptions of spirit friends, messages and Information on all affairs of life, family affairs, love affairs, business deals, mining and inventions. PARLORS, 6th and G sts N. W Entrance T01 tth st Hours. ID A. M to 10 P. M. 11* MADAME LENORE OTPTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM. Gives true and govd advice on business, love, divorce and marriage. Tells how to gain success In anything you wish t6 do. Tells how to overcome evil Influences, how to gain and hold the one you love. Hsr advice will help you. you will be wiser and happier after seeing this gifted medium No guess work or questions aaked. What she sees and tells comes true Tells the (nil name of who you will marry, the day and month. Give hsr a trial; before yoa criticise, come and bo convinced what a natural born clairvoyant can do. Satis faction or no chargea. Hours 1 to f. Closed Sunday* Til ELEVENTH STREET N. W. (Two doors north of Palais Royal). 11* LA rol.TIB. ApfarttaaTst Adviser, the lata Indian psychic. 1210 Sth st. N. W 14* PROF. BELMONT Noted Clairvoyant and Palmist, can read row Ufe by the Unas in your palm, which era the record of your life. Being a grad uate of two collegea of palmistry, and his wonderful gift of seeond sight enanles him to lift the veil of rr.ywtefjr and revea* to fcm Important mattara of your future u'e. Gives advice oS business matters, love health and family affairs: teiia name of your future husband or wife, tells If one you love Is true or falae; wjiat part of the country la luckiest to you; what to do to bs succeaaful In life, removes troubles of all aature brings the separated togetner; tells the aecrs* of having personal lafluence with Tour associates Prof. Belmont la a Psychologist of World Renown. Readings, SL 1210 New Tork Ale. N. W . next door to Maaonir Twiple. 11? madame victoria EGYPTIAN PALMIST & MEDIUM. *?} /?? anything you wiA to know or ftad oat ja business, fcealth. and family af fairs tells you the name of the lady ar gentleman you will marry and whan you will marry Have you found the one you ?~i?wed your affectloas upon acting ?*?^ toward youT The Madam <*n^ for It. She can tell ?lf the one you love Is trus or falae and you how to win and hold the one of you what business and what Part of the worll la most lucky for *?" ^5 ,ou bow lo Cain and hold ? Po*Uon; she brines the separated m***e happiness between ma a ?ad wife. The Madam can Mil you If any body has put bad luck or evil Influence ou you and she can tell you how to take It sC The Madam can tell you the cause af yosrtroubles and how to avoid them Oaa advise you In dfvoree cases whan ts ?psealats and where to locate. This lady 'O* pot ??? to plsase you. but gives only truthful advice you eas depend on. Batla. taction guaranteed or no charts. Rea<" im. ?l ?? St *, f. w 7JT CLAIRVOYANTS Licemed by the District of Columbia phrenology. ARE YOU HAPPY? There la a way to overcome *11 difficul ties, trouble and anxiety. A correct and truthful reading of your life by tbe science of phrenology will show you how you can be happy. So questions asked. The head and face are an an open book by which ?ll affairs of life can be read. Don't be a fail ure. Come todav. Advice on all subjects. MADAME VASTE, Phrenologist and Business Adviser 815 Hth st. N*. W Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m 18* 4 4 MADAM LOUCILLE" Noted phrenologist, reads your entire life, tells your past, present and future; satisfaction guaranteed. 60g 11th St. N. W. ll? MADAM SHERA, PHRENOLOGIST * BUSINESS ADVISER. Regardless of your former experience, do not fall to take advantage of this oppor tunity. Before going into anything of any Importance, consult one who can properly advise you on all affairs of life. Sees everyone. Special Readings, 11.04. OFFICE HOURSK. 9 A. M. to 9 P. M 1113 Hth st N W . Apt. 1. 17* PALMIST MADAME KASKO Scientific KcypMan palmist. Tells past, present and future. Satisfaction guaran teed. 613 7th st. N. W 11* SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. Personal Life Headings. Verbal. |I: typewritten forecasts, II ??. Children's horoscopes and vocational guid ance. FRANK THBODORI ALLEN? di rector. Astrological Research Society, ltf E st. N W Phone Franklin *1)2. Ap pointments preferred. Light on All Life's Problems. !?? WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS DONATION wanted of upright piano for the Salvation Army work in this city: could pay small sum for same. Please phone Mala 3170, or Commandant Johnson. 330 Pa are. N. W. 17 WT1.I. bay U MrCleilan 6 Wkltaian amy English saddles and bridles; state price and where I can see them. 1217 Ver mont ave. N. W 11 1 BUY FURNITURE Beat cash prices paid. A. KIRSTEIN. 1(10 7th st. N. W. Phone North 5401. ael-ltt TCBK ItNI INTO' CASH, WE BUY ANTTHINO. Papers. 50c; magaaines. II 40 per 100 lba NEW AMERICAN JUNK CO., 517 1st st. N. W. Franklin 2769. oc25-l>t PAT HIGHEST PlfclX for strtaged and band Instruments- Franklin l?0|. AT LAS. ?:7 D st. N W. oclI-90t SHOTGUNS and Revolvers of aay make. either hammer or hammerleas; highest prices paid ATLAS. 137 D St. N. W Franklin 2401 sel9-9?t HAVE YOU 2ND HAND FURNITURE? We have the price you ask?let's got to gether. SHERMAN'S 1011 N. T. ave. N. 1143 7th st. N W. Frapklln 4591 North 34*2. solt-tf RKEP IT IN TOUR KIND. We pay beet cash prices for your worn clothe*. Call Franklin 7321-W or call at 111* 14th at N. W . A BRAHAyfB' se24 -901 __ WILL CALK city or sab. /Fey highest eash prices for ladles', men's and children's worn clothing, shoes send postal or phone J. TARSHES. not 7th nw.; phons North 4? mhl?-tf WANTED?Furniture for rash. Sell yew goods to the man who givea the most money. See HOPWOOD, Ith and K WANTED?Forsltsre, pianos, carpets, ete. Phone' M. III! for wagon, or have ns call 'WBSCHI.ER'B." >30 Pa ave. N _W IP It's clothing, f urn It tire or anything at all, call TOMMY LOWE. !?? O st N W. Franklin 7691. sull-90t OLD GOLD AND SILVER I DRFN7 JEwelrt co., k. tstt. GOLD SILVER BUYS ^ PLATINUM, JEWELRT. UlAMUINDb EDUCATIONAL 30-DAY THE FAMOUS BOVI> SYSTEM of syllabic shorthand Is a practical scien tiflc and simpllfted jnethod of writing. ONE HUNDRED WORDS PER MINUTE IN THIRTY DAYS OK STUDY Individual instructions. Day classes. Evening classes 7-9 on Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. ROOM 401-4M, 117 Hth ST. N. W. 12 FIRST GRADE Civil Service elimination for clerks Nov. 19 and Dec 13, and Cen sus Office, Nov. 15 and Dec. 10. Tuition for entire course for these examinations, 15. THE CIVIL SERVICE PREPARA TORY SCHOOL, S E cor 12th and F sts. N W.. Phone Frank 2010. Jyl3-tf NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL 714 Fifteenth Street N. W. One-half Block North of Ti imaul j. Shorthand, Type-writing, Bookkeeping, PRTVATK SECRET \KI.\I. TRAINING. Strictly Individual Instruction. J3 PREPARATION FOR UNIVERSITY, la? guagea, mathematics. physics, chemistry, consular examinations both sexes: moder ate. COLUMBIA UN "ERS1TY SCHOOL, Day and Night. 907 111 V W. M. 7669 je2?-su.to-tf NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE AND APPLIED ART Feltz Mahony. l.V>5 Pa. avr. M. 17AO Interior Decoration, Costume. Textile. Poster Violin & Mandolin Instructor JOSEF ROSNER, 714 Ith St. N. E. Lincoln 279J-W. ? oc30-30t* PIANO LESSONS, easily understood, II.M. Special method for beginners. A. Kauf man, 907 9th ?t. N. W. phone Frank 7574. 11* WOOD'S SCHOOL si i R. capitoi. st. Shorthand. Typewriting, OrU Service, Bookkeeping. Day?Night. Over 1.006 Students last Tear. Rates. ? Months, Day, MM); Night, ?M. (Sth Tear. TeL Uaeola LAKE SCHOOlT 4TKNOGRAPHT AND TTPE1I RITIlia Bart Coarse*?Individual Instruct,oa 417-11 Seat hern Bidg Phone Main 7ilk SCHOOL OF WASHLNQTOR nveraationai Met he*. Rapid Progreaa Home LUe bidg. u. ||U ssJ?-M? avn. SERVICE SEI.F-INSTRl CTOR Price, It. PBARLMAN'S. Ill Q .t N W mhl'l-tf STEWARD'S WASHINGTON'S LEADING BUSINESS COLLEUt Utt mm* r Sts- N.W. H. M7L "Pally accredited by the Standard Ills ?ses College* of America" Write or phone Car fall Information about oar couroea HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Day and night. Oraded and high school ooursee complete, under ex-teacher C. H 8. ?11 Civil Service preparatory work undec former U 8 examiner Also private laa eons All ages Catalogue 221 g N. W. Phons M. IIT7. fch22-tu.we.?*-tf Ml LTON BUSINESS SCHOOL Distinctive Individual Instruction Up-To-Date Teachers FRENCH AND SPANISH Native Instructors Small Claaaea Only 7J? I tth st, N. W. TeL Frank li? tRi b ? ecll-Mt Births, j&artiagrs, 0 paths Notic?? May Be Phoned Until 1 P wl Mam St80, Branch 9. REV. I.M. DRESSIER, j 86 YEARS OLD, DIES f 1 . - Funeral services for the Rev. John ' M. Premier, who died yesterday at i the Emergency-Hospital, will be held I from Speac?> chapel, 1208 H strefet northwest, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will follow in the Rock Creek Cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Dressier was born at Canton, Ohio, on August 6. 1833. and had been a Methodist minister for more than flfty-two years, having preached in Ohio, Indiana. Nebraska, and Oregon. He came to Washington four years ago and took up his resi dence at B30 Taylor street northwat. The Rev. Mr. Dressier is survived by two sons. Harry Dressier, of Idaho, and John M. Dressier, jr.. 830 Taylor street northwest, this city." MRS. MIRIAM P. ALMONEY. Funeral services for Mrs. Miriam P. Almoney. wife of Albert P. Almoney, secretary of the Democratic State central committee of Maryland, who 'died at her home at Roekvllle yester day. will be held tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock at her residence. Mrs. Almoney was a sister of the Rev. J. Forrest Pretty-man, chaplain of the United States Senata. She Is survived by two daughters, Misses Mary and I?ydla Almoney; a brother, C. W. Prettyman, and the following sifters: Mrs Hugh Magru der, of Baltimore, and Mrs.'Alexander Kilgotir and Miss Lydia Prettyman, of Rockvillf. WALDO HIBBS. Waldo Hibbs, a life-Ions resident of Washington and of late an employe of the District Fire Department, died at his residence, 3916 Dumbarton avenue northwest, at 9 o'clock. Mr. Hibbs wa* born In this city in 1867, and was at one time secretary to Commissioner John D. Wight. He later was made secretary to Commis sioner Henry B. F. Macfarland. Cuno Rudolph and Oliver P. Newman. A short'time ago. however, he be UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, ttndbrtakbr and LIVBBT. ?n Pa. Ave. N. W. I I Telephone M. lit* WASHINGTON. P. C FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every description?Moderate price*. QUDB, , in* T IT. It. w. P7-OWEKS far ail *cia?ic?, Call Ttutlli 4504. residence. Franklin 111*. GBO. H. COOKE. 11(1 Conn. ave. myll-liOt FUNERAL DIRECTOR CEMETERY MIW CKDAR HILL Pea?*" Ave. S. & "Washiagton's Baaalifal B?r ^ Park" ?peels 1 Prices. Rites tlO te I2t. Buy Now. Choice location* Secure the Beet Easy Term*. Per Information Address JOSEPH J. CAY l-O B. Lincoln ??:. 711 Plfth sC N. B. eon, t <, thu tl COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash lngton. D. C., November 4. 1919. HEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M., November 24, 1919, and then opened for the porchaae of gre**e recovered from garbage, collected by the Commissioners, D. C.. from Decem ber 1, 1919, to and Including February 29. 1920. Blank forms of Proposals. Specifica tions. together with neces?ary information, may be obtained from the Thief Clerk of the Engineer Department. Room 427, Dis trict Building. LOUIS BROWNLOW. W. OWYNN GARDINER. C. W KUTZ. Com mlssloners. D. C. 7.?,10.11.1MS PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS for building and erecting 79 wooden cases 17' 3 H " long and & wooden case* 13' t" long, both 3' 9" deep *nd 7' 10" high, addressed to the Director Bsreaa of the Census. Depart ment of Commerce, Wash., D C? will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m. November 19, 1919. For blank proposals, specifications, plans, and partlcul*rs *d drcw the "Chief Clerk, Bureau of the Cen sus. Dep?rtment of Commerce, Wash D. C." 11.13.15 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE MULLEN'S TRANSFER SERVICE ' MOVKS BAOtUtiK, FUHNITUKE, PIANOS, TO CITY AND SUBURBAN SECTIONS. RELIABLE MEN; QUICK SERVICE; REASONABLE PRICES. 2018 NINTH ST. N. W. NORTH 2979-J. no8-90t_ MOVINir. PADDED VANS. mUVlHVJ EXPERIENCED MEN. rj A k' IV Furniture, China. Etc. r AUMHU Experienced WHITE Men. CTnUAPC PRIVATE ROOMS. O 1 UKftUC 12.00 PER MONTH A DP. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. INC.. 4U-420 TENTH ST. N. W. PHONES MAIN 4229 or FRANKLIN 242S. CLEAN, dry storage for fornitare and planoa. Estlmstos ch^rfully given. WESCHLBRS. 920 Pa. am N. W. Phon* Main 1212. *ui0-90t | MOVINCi paddbd vans " FURNISHED Phone M. 2010-2011 KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1I? H *t. N W.. STORAGE, PACKING AND SHIPPINO. . aul 2-tf Transfir & Storagi Co. I'kenei artb :u ? ia Your Pur ait are Insured Free For 1500 Per Load 1 Madera Fireproof Building, While on ???spleM about Jaa. 1, iVM Our Van*. i tell-Ht "sToRAOE ?1 month ROOMS AND UP. Long D1at?nce Moving^ Packing by Bspwts B**t facilities for automobile fforage. Jnion Storage Co., *?*-? FLA AVB. N. W. 414 Ird came connected toith the headquarters of the Are department. He It survived by a wife. Mrs. Marie H., and a daughter, Mlsa Catherine C. Hibbs, of this city. Funeral services wiH be held Thurs day morning at bee's Undertaking Es tablishment. 367 Pennsylvania avenue northwMti Interment will be in the Congressional Cemetery. BIRTHS SONS. Memtt and Pearl Pope. Edward C. and Ealalia Steagail. Joseph and Sarah Washington James A and Jeennette Plummer. Fleet and Florence Wormley. Charles William and Irma E. Bacihua Joseph F. and Elisabeth Colbert. James and Ruth Bowie. DJWJOHTKRS. Thaddeus 8. and Emilia B. Hess. Sevellon L and Blisabeth B. Brown August B. and Ida Croissant. Paul E. and Georgle A. Harris. Louis end Rachel Jackson. Thomas R. and Julia L. Dyson Lucius and Henrietta V. Harris. Philip and Gertrude Elmore. MARRIAGES John C. Bougas. 21. and Sapba Zographoa, It, of New York City. The Rev. B. Lambrldes. Homer A. Bohannon. 12. and Anna Bessie Dixon. 22, both of this city. The Rsv. | M. J. Rlordan. James Ernest Charles Bons, 20, and I.ucie Gibson Wells. 34, both of Petersburg, Va. The Rev. William L. De Vries. Henry M. Haney. Jr.. 27, and Bditb N. Woodbrldge, 20. both of this city. The Rov. C. 8. Abbott, Jr. John Norman Key, 21, aad Marlon Temple Holland, 20, of Clarendon, Va. The Rev. J. Talbot. Francis J. Kelley, 21, and Clara P. Burgess, 19. both of this city. The Rev. H. F. Downs. Elmer Gruver. Jl, and Almte Yeatman. It, both of this city. Tbs Rev. F. Downs. Cbsrles H. Sears. :i9, of Aurora, I1L. ana Ethel R. Aldridge, It. of Huntington, Ind. The Rev. J. 8. Montgomery. Theodrlc B Lipscomb, 22, and Mary M. Claphet, 20, both of this city. The Rev. H. F. Downs. Charles Paul Fallng, 27. of Lincoln, Neb., and Mable Fern Aack. 24, of thie city. The Rev H. D Mitchell Albert William Chipman, 22, and Frances Ruth Davis, 19, both of tkfs city. The Rev. N. E Brundage. John V. Anderson. 21. and Lillian L Max well. 22, both of tbls city. The Rev. P. C. Gaven. Nelson Tolson Shsckiett. 22. and Bertha l^ee Tolson. 22, both of 8ta(ford Store, Va. The Rev. J. E. Brlggs Anthony M. Duquette, 27, and Marlon Wood Neuhauer. 2t, both of this city. The Rov. T. E Davis. Henry F. Flamers. 21. of Wltaon. N. C., and Rath F Parker. 24, of Bedford, Va. The Rev. J. C. Bail Edgar M. Queony. 22, of 8L l.oma. Mo., and Ethel 8chnelder. 20, of this city. The Rev B. Braskamp. Clarence A. Hlnes. 24. of Roanoke, Va. and Louise Angle Woltz, 19, of tbls city. The Rev. W. M. I^awson. John Mayo Calvert. 29. and Kdna Meara. 24, of Chicago. 111. > The Rev. P. C. Gaven. Ralph Romaln Sherman. 23, of Nantlcoke, Pa., and Mabel O. Dyer, 21, of Vienna, Va The Rev. G. A. Miller. I^awrence N. Froman, 3$, and Kate Sab now, 34. of Alexandria, Va. The Rev. J. E Briggs O Russell T. Jenkins. 21. and Viola Bstelie Thomasson, 20, of Town of Potomac. Va The Rev. J. H. Jeffries 0EATHS 1 nomas Joseph I .at ham, 77 yra. It I st. nw. Frederick Ferber, 34 yrs, 477 F st. sw. Mary C ."bit. ?4 yrs.. 26 7th st- as. Annie 8tewart. 44 yra, 240S O St. nw. George W. Lackey, 70 yrs.. 141 R st- na Mary A. Gill, 41 yrs , 9}4 P ?L nw. Cyndis M. Hess, 2 yrs.. 14 N st. se. Leonard Cuthbert. 1 yr.. Providence Hoa James K Chaney, 1 mo., 1015 14th St. se. James Norton, 60 yrs.. Emergency Hoa Robert E. Jackson, 41 yrs., U. 8. Soldiers' Home. Joseph Brown. 31 yrs . Tuberculosis Hoa Walter Pert! 27 yrs.. New Wlllard Hotel. James Berleley Hancock, 1 mo., 940 Lettle St. sw. Boersianer's I * Comment - on Business By BORRSIAHER. The continued fall In foreign ex change and the progress of the Edge bill in Congress ar^curfously con current. If the latter soon overtakes ?*>?> Virmer. all well. A definite so lution of the foreign credits problem 'i ive bo?-n found. Meanwhile, members of the International Com mercial and Financial Commission are not pleased with the" erroneous impression that they are here for the sole purpose of negotiating a loan ?or loans. The views of the French delegates, may be thus compositely put: "We are here off your invitation. The idea of a commercial and finan cial conference was yours, not ours. We came to discuss economic rela tions. which are of as much interest to you as us; possibly they are more vital to you. Since you are the creditor and ^e the debtor; since the war has put you in a position where foreign trade?exports?mean |incomparably more to you now than before the war. For several years iat least your sales abroad must tilt the balance between prosperity and the reverse. ?? j "Waiving all sentimental consid erations?humanity, sympathy with your allies. etc., etc.?the strictly It '" ~ 1* ?rni?* Imr-el you to put us on our feet. Wo In no scn.-tu hint at charity, or indeed at any form of indulgence. We are ready to pay?and pay well?for a lift which is internationally essen tial. "France, Italy and Belgium need? and will need for, say. two years? everything you can offer, from food stuffs to money, and for these re quirements we are ready to negotiate a sound business basis. "A loan of about $2,500,000,000 should suffice, moneywise, for France, Italy and Belgium. We are willing to pay good interest and can assure you of repayment of the principal in "ten years. Our combined govern ments will guarantee the loan; or. If you prefer, each government will guarantee the loan separately. If Great Britain will indorse the note so much the better, we suppose; if not, we can satisfy you otherwise. "Please do- not forget we are the victors, not H>e vanquised. Even as a loser of the war of 1870 France emerged triumphant, commercially and financially. Now, with so much more territory?including those fine provinces, Alsace and I^rralne?with her prestige and power immensely enhanced, France should be a highly desirable borrower. "We recognize that your Govern ment, as such, cannot consistently be the leader; neither can your banks be expected to finance us. But the American people can furnish the money, and 1 have no douht will do so if the proposition is presented as it should be, Trom a purely commer cial aspect. "The idea of a loan, mark well, is merely coincidental with our visit here. It had been submitted to you from us in Europe, in any event, had we not been Invited by you to att?n3 these conferences; assuming that you yourselves had not first proposed a loan, by seeing the mutual necessity of IU" V COMMITTEES PROBE PRICE OF CLOTHES! Six subcommittees of the fair price committee are meeting in the office of Clarence R. Wilson. Federal food administrator, today and investigat ing thoroughly local wholesale and retail prices on clothing- and wear ing apparel. The subcommittees probably will take definite action today for the future program to be followed by the Reorganized fair price committee, and upon the results of the subcommit tees' investigations will depend whether fair price lists on all cloth ing and food products In Washington will be issued, or whether there will be consecutive lists published week ly showing what should be a fair margin of profit o ntheae commodi ties. The subcommittees today are com posed of meat and grocery dealers and merchants In clothing and shoes, each body being composed of a rep resentative of the public .with Mr. Wilson acting as temporary chair man. Permanent jchairmen of the subcommittee probably will be ap pointed today. The meetings, which began this morning at 11 o'clock, will continue until after 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, time being given to eacb^committee ranging from thirty-minutes to more than an hour. , , _ ? FEDERAL WORKERS' COUNdL CONVENES The ^executive committee of the National Federation of Federal Em ployes Is in session this week at the headquarters of the federation at 1423 New York avenue. An extensive pro gram of organization is uijder con sideration and the plans outlined at the national convention are being en larged. Those In attendance are Luther C. Steward, president, of^ Washington; W. E. Junker, first rice president, of New Tork; M. L*. Leonard, second vice president, of Boston; Florence E. Etherldge. third vice president, of Vinita, Okla.; C. F. Hutchinson, fourth vice president, of San Francisco; C. F. Nagl. fifth vice president, of Chicago; S. Tyson Klnsell, sixth vice president, of Philadelphia; Charles L. Wiegand, seventh vice president, of Baltimore; Gertrude McNally, eighth v4ce presi dent, of Washington; C. W. Perkins, ninth vice president, of El Paso. Tex., and E. J. Newmyer, secretary treas urer, of Washington. "MADMAN" GETS STAY OF HANGING The execution of James Henry Jackson, "the madman of the north west," convicted of first degree mur der in connection with the death of lvlllian Hood, a young war worker, January -9, last, which had been aet for Friday was postponed today by Justice Gould, presiding in Criminal Court No. 1, until Tuesday, February 17. 1920. The court stated that the postpone ment of the execution was made on account of the inability of the Presi dent to act on an Application for com mutation of the death sentence to life imprisonment. Jackson, when brought Into court was chewing sub and seemed unconcerned. He was taken back to the >alL x ALEXANDRIA NEWS ? ? / Virginia Conference of Daugh ters of American Revolution To Be Held Nov. 18-19. ALEXANDRIA, Va, Nov. 1L?The annual State conference of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion will be held In this city on No vember 18 and in Washington on No vember 19, in order that the members may get in closer touch with the big national movements of the reconstruc tion period "and that their work may be in harmony with the needs of the hou r. At the morning session In this city State problems will be discussed, and in the afternoon addresses will be de livered by Colonel Keilley, who is In charge of the historical record of Vir ginia in the world war. and Colonel Brumfield. of the Public Health Serv ice. In the evening Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett, of this city, the State regent, will give a reception for the dele gates. Mrs. Benjamin Purcell, na tional vice president general of the D. A. IL, Is In charge of the arrange ments for the sessions to be held In Washington. In the evening a public session will be held at the Army Club, 1314 Massachusetts avenue, under auspices of the War Camp Community Service. ' The congregation of the Second Presbyterian Church has elected W. H. Melcholr, D. R. Stansbury and L H. Thompson elders, and Warren Woody, W. E. Swan, Alfred Thomson. Wilmer Scott and Arthur Warfleld deacons. . The offices In city hall are closed here today In observance of the an niversary of the signing of the armis tice. At St, Mary's Catholic Church this morning a memorial mass for the soldiers, sailors and marines who lost J their lives in the world war was cele- [ brated. Members of the Holy Name Society attended in a body. Committees in charge of the annual | Red Cross roll call secured more than j 1,000 renewals of membership and ; new members last week. The cam paign In this city will close this even ing. Yesterday a committee of women ! visited Camp Humphreys in the in- j terest of the Red Cross. Mrs. Lulie O. King, of this city, who spent nearly two years overseas en- I gaged In Red Cross work, will give | an informal talk on her experiences, under auspices of the King's Daugh- j ters, at Grace Episcopal Church on Saturday evening. TODAY'S SALES Washington Railway and Electric preferred, 5@57%. Lanston Monotype, 10@$4>?. 200 84 >4. Ucrgentraier Linotype, 10140, WALL STREET MARKET .NKW YORK. Nov. lfrr?News of tBr | calling off of the bituminous miners Htrlke was received on Wall Stre.-, before the stock market opened to day. Prices at the opening were higher than the previous clove. Gee era I Motors advancing 4 >4 at 394. United States Steal opened at 107*. up 2; United States Rubber 139, up 1V4: Central Leather 102%. up 1%; Bethlehem B., 10S. up 2%; Lack* awanna Steel. 93%, up 2%. Marine 5"%. up *; American Sugar lSSfe. up 3%: Baldwin 181 V4. up 2%: South ern Pacific 108%, up 1%, *nd Trans continental 61 >4. up 4. r-t^jar ' i m Co* Hl(h Low P. U , 41% Adr. Rnmley ... 43 42% 42% ! 71'4 Adr. Rum pf 71 71 71 91 AJax Rubber.... 91 90% 90% 2% Alaska G.M ? 2% 2* 2* 1* Alaska Juneau... 1* 1* 1% 45 A111 s-Cha liners .. 45*. 44 44 94% Alte-Chal pf 94 94 94 93% Am. Beet Sugar.. 94% 94 94 94)4 Am. Agrl Cbem.. 94% 94% 94% j Am Bank Note .. 48% 48% 4$V 59% American Can... @0% *58% 56%' Am Can pf !?% 102% lflBKj 135* Am Car A Fdy . 136* 134% 136K 56 Am. Cotton Oil.... 56 56- 56 34* Am. Hid* A Lea./ 35% 35% 35* 128 A H. A L pf 1295k 128% 12BJI 48% American lea.... 45* 46* 45* 67 Amar. Ica, pf 66* 66 66 100% Am.' Locomotive. 103 100* 100* 106% Am Loco pf 106 106 106 83 A mar Unaead. . 84 79 79 67* Amer. Smelting.. 66'* 67* 67* Amar. Smelk pf.. 100% 100% 100% 42% Am. Steel Fdry .. 42* 41% 41% 100% Am. Sumatra Tol 101* 96% 98* 136% American Sugar. ".130 135% 136* 99* Am. Tel. A Tel... 100 99* 100 288% Amar. Tobacco.. 291 288 % 288% 19% American Zinc... 17% 17 17% 133 America* Wool.. 135 131 131 64 Am. Wr. Papar pf 64 62 % 62% 65 Anaconda 65% 66% 66% 53* Aaao Dry Goods. 53% 53% 53% 138% Associate O!*.... 136 133 133 90 Atchison 91 90 90 79* Atchlaon pf. .... 79* 79% 79* 175 AtL Gulf AW 1.. 178 174 173% 1% Hatopilas Mln... 1% 1% 1* 129% BaJdwIn Loco... 131 125* 127% 39 Balto. A Ohio 39% 39 39 60% Balto. A Ohio pf. 51 51 51 126% Barrett C<v 128% 127% 127* >00% Bethlahem Steel 97 94 94 Beth Steel pf... 115 115 115 100* Beth. 8teel B 101% 100% 101 16% Booth-Fisheries. 16% 16 16 Brooklyn Rpd T. 20% 20 20% 26 Butte A Superior 24% 24% 24% 29% Butterick X 29 29 49 California Petrol 61% 49 49% 78* Calif Pack 79* 7r* 78* 148% Canadian Pacific. 149% 148% 148% 101 Central Leather. 1033k 100* 100* Cent Leather pf. 107% 107% 107 * 57%|Certetnteed Prod 59* 66% 56% 131% Chandler M 133* 133 133 57* Cheaa A Ohio.... 56 57 % 56 26 C3.LAPac.Rr. 28)4 28 28 64% C..RXA P.6 wl... 64 63 * 63* 51 Chi A Nor West 9m 90* 91% 42* Chi., M1LASL P.. 43% 42% 42% 63 Ch.. M.A8.P. pf. 64 63!* 63<k 9* Chicago Gt. W... 9% 9S* 9% 41 Chlao Con. Cop.. 4^ 41 41 21* Chile Copper 21% 21 2l% 81% Cluett Peabody.. 82 82 82 18 CI CaUahaa 18% 17% 17% Sl% Coat Can 92 92 92 44* CoL Fuel A Iron. 45% 44 44 63 Col Gas A Elec.. 62 62 62 69% CoL Grapbo 71% 69 70)4 42 Cocoa Cola 42% 42 42 93% ConaoL Gaa 93% 93* 933* 89% Corn Products.. 9i>4 88* 89* 225% Crucible Steel... 231 221 223 Cuba-Am Sugar. 366% 366% 356% 42 CubaC Sugar... 43 42% 42% 83!4 Cuba C S pfd... 83% 83% 83% 101 Del A Hud 102 101* 102 183 Del Lac A West.. 143% 183% 183% 16% Den A Rio Gd... 17 ]?% 17 13* Dome Mines 13* 13% 13% 15% Erie 15% 15% 15% Erie 1st pfd.... 25 J4J4 ,4% 35 Elk Horn Coal.. 36* 34% 36 Fisher Body pfd 106% 106% 116% 24* Gaston Wms 24* ?* 24>* 171 Gen Electric 170% 169 169 78* Gen. Cigar Co 80 78* 78* 379% Gen. Motors 386 385% 387% 90* Gen Motori pf.. 91 91 91 84* Goodrich B F 85% 83 * 84% Graaby Mining. 63% 63% 63% 84* Gt. North, pfd.. 84 * 84 * 84* 41}tf Gt. North. Ore.. 42% 41% 41% 75 Gulf State S.... 76% 72 74 Greene C C 40% 40% 40% 61 y, Haak A Barker <2 61% 61% 24% Hiter. Agricul... ?% 23% 23% 84* Int. Agri. pf 83% 83% 83% 136 Int. Har. of N J.. 137 134% 134% 26% Inter. Nickel.... 26* 26 28 57* ivplra Cop 57* 57% 57% 5!4^n^er. Connoi 5% 5% 74% Internet, pap... 74 71% 73 Int. Pap. pf. sta. 79 79 79 51% Iron Products 48% 48% 48% 25 Jewel Tea 24 24 24 60% Key at one Tire... 61* 59* 59* 156 Keliy-Spg. Tire. 156. 151 152 K L Wheel 97 97 97 32% Kenaeoou 32* 32% 32* 91* Lack*. Steel 94 92 93 34* Lee R A Tire... 36 35 36 46 Lehigh Valley... 46 46 46 Lirte" A Myers 204 J06 205 76 Loose-Wllles 72% 72* 72% 200 Lorilard 200 200 200 57% Marine com 58 57% 57% 108 Marine pf 109% 106* 106* 30 4 Mart. Parry Co... 30 30 30 46 Maxwell M G... 47 46% 47 74 Maxwell 1st pf.. 75% 75% 75% 39 Msxwell 2d pf. 37)4 3714 37)4 231% Mexican Petrol.. 297 232 232!* 52% Midrale Steel... 53 5254 52^ 25* Miami Con Cop. 26 26 26 12% Mo. Kan A Tex... 12% 12% 12% 28* Miaeouri Pac 28* 28 * 26* 47 Miesourl Pac pf. 47 46% 47 85% National Lead.. 87 86 85 16* Nov con Cop 16* 16* 16* 13* Nat. C.C.... 13% 13 % 13* 79* Nat. En. A Etmp 80% 79% 80 132 N T Air Brake. 127% 127 127 73)4 N Y Central.. .. 73)4 73 73 22* N. Y..N.H. A H.. 33% 32 * 32* N Y Ont A West 20 20 X 1C0* Norfolk A West.. 100* 100* 100% 66* Northern Pacific. 86 86% 86* 9% Ok Pr A Rf. Co. 9^ 9* 9% 52* Ohio Cltg Gas... 53% 52% 52% 66 Owens Bol Ma.. 66 66% 66 124 Pan-Am Petrol.. 125 \ 122* 123* 40 Peoples Gas Co.. 40% 40 40% Fere Marquette. 24* 24 24 42* Feana XI K 42* 42* 42j( TasUrdajr j ^ C,0~ Low T M ? * Pittsburgh Coal m\ 63H SM ?1J? Pitta A W Vs.. 3i jj jj 80J* Pierce-Arrow... 99^ M 102'e Prw 8 tee! car. 1O6 103* if Pullman Pal Car 12m iy^ ^ 22 Ray Cm Cay... 55 5 2 98\ Ry Steel Sp rp.. jqq gjjv j?. ?'T \* 8I"*1' ' 119 m% *** 106 Rep Ir A 8tl pM ja* 1Q6 ? ? U* 80M 10611 Ratall Stores.... lOfeh tf&jf jggt 102* Ho?.D?tchM.T... HHi* MB UM I?5* Saxon Motor.... ao\ jo^ gov 9 ^aboard Air L. 9 9 13 Shatturk a C.. 13 U u 57 Sinclair Oil..... Sf\ nt> 70% Slosb 6 8 a I.... 7? yy, 107% Southe ra Pa*... 109^ jg| jggt, K> Southern Ry.... 26 36 8 Son Rwjr pt..x. S2% 62% fltw 133% <Hudehaker 135 83% Strom berg Carb. 9S & & f BtuU Motor 119^ ij4 i}4 J> Superior Steal.. 45t# 4M| ?3% Tena OIC 12V? uj, M Teaas Co 3ao'-> 314* 3J4h UTS Tax. * PaclSc... ^ lB% Tobacco Prad... gy\ % 9^ Tobacco. pfd... ioiH jom jq^ 01 Tranecont. Oil... 60% 001. ffiid ^nltfd A1 Steel.. jgjj bCh t*9 Us 1 ted Drue ]?? 147 147 i?!d Called Drug pfd 62 62 SB 12?^ cm?n PaclBc.... 13?* ipn Union Pac pf... $7* 57 j 196 United Prult.... 196 193 199 27 UJCIP4F.... 27% 27% 27* 127% US rtobber 139^ ^ jjjj 1U% U *? lad A1...... ii2n ia 72% U S Smelt* Raf . 75^ 73^ 75^ I05h USStsal., 107* 106% 101 114% U S Steel pfd ... X14% 214% 79% t'tah Copper. aO'4 80% 80% Utah Sara....... ^ Ult 77% Va-Car dteaa... 75 * 75 75 ' ^ataato /. .y 10 10 10 WabuL p( A.... ?h-39a St 56 tVeef.nsbaua ... sgjj 55 tg 12% Wast M4 12% 12% 12H 24% Waat. Pac........ 24% 31% 81% 15la vvh.AL?ka Brla. 15% 15^ 15^ jl!? V\ blta Motors... 74 7i 73 tat'? Wllaon lac 82% 81% 81% 32\ Wiijia Orarlaad. 38 ^ vqt, 92 WUlya Or. ?f..? 9? 91 92 ITi Worth p. Ma.... am R CHAMBER OF COMMERCE i'O HEAR SEN. SPENCER Senator Selden P. Spencer af Mta sourl will be the principal speaker at the November meeting of the Cham ber of Commerce tonight at Raaacbar'a Hall. Among the auhjeeta that win bt brought before the meeting wOl he a report of the committee qd dayllshl aaeing and one by the coiamittaa ap pointed to look Into the MelaahdMy ot making lit. Vernon free ta the public by putting the coatral ot the ground*' in Convreaa. Roe? P. Andrews, chairman af the committee of the Alexandria roadway, will report on the progress toward collecting the *26.000 which was te be subscribed by W ashlnctss mer chants to^help complete the project. BATTLE WITH GLOVES TO CELEBRATE END OF WAR A boxing tournament, arm.ared hy the Knights of Co'vmhaa will be a feature of "armistice day" ealahra Uon at the Walter Reed Hospital to ?lcht. Several gr?od boots are ached * nled to take plaoa in the **K_ C hat. with Patty Courtney, one of the aaw> tarlea. acting as referee. Several side attractions also win he "put on" with the boxing show. T%? Jersey City Quartet was ta ha aa hand to ftirniah music, bat the 111mm of a member made the quartet a trfa. and substitute music will be far aished. Smokes and candy will ha distributed in the hut. FINANCIAL CM VFP t i- at iuTml OIL V Ll\ rAajTi wit? cola BOSTON COPPER NEWS,^*; volume. siv<* iateet SILVKH an4 iv??? new* and dlsroaata action Of 8HAU MARKETS Ceiaplete ?tatiftlcal aervW* or mines FRRB ta reader* of papal good today and ret or mailing list. Ma rharw* No obhjaUon Sdiiwi Dept T?. MOTTO* COPPB xnrn. Rmim. fie*. EQUITABLE CO-OfERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION 40?h VEAI fX)MPljrrxr Assets. S399t.183.13 # Surplus, $991,116.#2' Join the Equitable Thi? Pay Day Adopt (be eyKtewiailr ?? i la| plsn of tbe Kquliable as4 r*i Mill Sereinpllab wore tlas evel In aavlnji. * nfcxrlprtoBa fer tbe 78th Issue of Stock Bflns HreelvH Shares, $2.50 Per Month 4 Per Cent Interest EQUITABLE BUILDING, 915 F St N. W. JOH\ JOl Kl>?0>. President FRANK P. RF.KSIDR. ?eere?ary. Safeguarding the Safest Investment It I* a (morally reeoaalaad ran thai Srst aaongasaa ara t^a aa!mi iinMaw In (he world. Wa waold >U* ta aood rae oar bow booklet tallies el tba masr aa ta fuard* wa haea placed aroesS OUa SrW mortgara ati par east notaa wblch we be llav* make aocwrtty dosbly *?car? ?* wblch constitute tba chief rias*^ fa* mm rocor<1 ef tflr raara wit boot Im* ta aa in eastar SWARTZELL, RHEEM 4 HENSEY COn m i?u m. m. w.