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aisas y. 0ts. 3. W. remi fo rest. Apply u reat rem; s0 th, per meath. Appl (sar f rot paw awattr -- ; e 6. O-Clea single and de S eeellent locatos; reasonable. p lt. . 13-Two large. r base thshekeplag room; reaeaabls. Psmtb.d e . a.setabed . 31. W., 931-Taree communicat ge newly papered. Lf I. b- k.; rnsng water. Phone Uafswbhe 3 . 110...Two large . . L . reams, treat goer; heat, light. reasonable. '.- gE.B 1-T o GWSe Dn eae; keeping opermitted ; bath. " OLUMU2A ST. N. W.. 1630-Three unfur lshed lOoms ter L h. k.; reasonable. Phene North 601. T . 1N. W.. 3--Pour-rod untraished y Aeor. saw and beat furnished. 33T. N. W.. 10--Two rooms. troat, third Boe; L.. L.. sad gas; 36. North 300. 'ah .. W. 1133-Two roos and hitch. e" netter with bath and sdak; eestraL. Ream with Dear UUNWICE HOTEL. 336 Pa. ave. N. W. .-Farmished rooms, steam heat. 03.10 up; colored patrons AUT FULLY furnished room for two With be1 beard, in refed private fam 2y; ram.assbla North 6330. W~~TRD.. 183-oom and board Ia a privata home. Cel 10470. I 8I. N. W. 100--Rooms and board. 19 per Week; meals 06 and $T. $3 WEE, room and board; 06 week. table board. 2306 N st. N W NEAR RUTH~AND COL. RD.-Attractve froat ream -.also board for two. 24T3 Mtario rd. dL T30. T W.u 1336-Newly furnished room. uas g water, for 3 gentlemen or man wa ; ezeellest table; references. North 390M and board for single gentleman; $60 mo.; very desirable. Columbia 4676. RIUG ~P.~N.-W..- 1*38-Gentleman wins roommate, single beds. North 6303. ROOMS with table board. reasonable. 3260 O at. N. W. WARDER ST. N. W., 3300-Neatly fur tished single room. off of screened p rob, electric lights, hot-water heat; trd I desired, CI. 0163. Tth ST. S. 3., 30-Nicely furnished room, beard for 3 gentlemen. Line. 6203. Ith ST. N. W 136-Large front room ter 3 or 3. also "Erst door room, board very reasonable. North 0460. Suburban with Beard N ST., 313-Beautiful rooms, in colonial house; garden; fountain; excellent table.. BOOMS WAYTED Ream with board Wanted IMTANT ST. N. E., 29-For couple with ear-old child; reasonablei manent. TABLE BOARD S UT. N. W.. 1313-Excellent meals; prompt service; reasonable; cen. location. LANIER PLACE N. W., 17/4-Table board, home cooking. Columbia 10300. 3tODE ISLAND AVE. N. W., 1617-A few more can be accommodated with excel lent home cooking. 9th 14T. S. W., 316-Excellent meals, good home cooking, reasonable. Prank. 1093. HARVARD IT., 1343. Colonial Hall-Sub. staatial meals for particular people, beurs, 7:30 to 0 a. m.. :30 to i p. m. 0th IT. N. W.. 719-Board, three meals, $6.00; home cooking. APARTMENTS FOR RENT F rished LID T. N. W., 1336-Flat of 3 rooms sad bath; partly furnished; phone. IANA AVE. N. W. 333-3 nice rooms; ktohenette and bath; all modern im eat newly papered and painted. S AVE., 3T-3-room lat: 1 or S L... rges; reesonable; downtown. RENONPL. N. W., 103-Par. apart. Fet rank. 5333. ' CIRCLE (The Valols Apt. 3) esally well-furnishe room for a~ in bachelor apt.' all conven [s.; rent 635 per month. Phne Fr. 311. U ROOMS and bath in up-to-datie a part methomse. 14th and 11 ats. N. W.. to psu~bvln~furnIture; immediate posses deaDOX -94, Times offiee. UafuraIshed SAVE. N. W., 463-Owners home; )-emapartment; private bath; Sndl i; elestrie light, gas; h.-w.h.' em edecuple or lady in oftica, 6'45 per AVB, N. W., 31-rd-Be,4 large sinem.sad bath; private entranee. AP $ .LEONAR A CO., 133 4% set. 9~Ltransfer lease three-room new apart. furniture. West 4. APARTUENTR WANTED. 8 reme and bath, anfurnished, I. h. hjdowntewn section. BlOx 301. Times of. er phone frnk. 4395, after 6 0, m. e PUSINRUSS PROPERTY FOR REN? St.re. _____ f5DMNT for rest; suitable for bust. ..er work shop; reasonable. 3443 t. N. W. Cetumbia 4503. ~hN Oand dyig benes forsal; eohrbust ness. Apply 3. 0GLAS ROPSER FOR RENT * Fpurished .WEL furnished house of 5 rooms and '~h en First et.; ee.Yenlient to~ - Cp 13s phoe Niorth 3134,. tafrtahed MLORED-Bar you own hems; $1 starts B.. RADFORD) ? CO., 331i othern E~LORDDp-Be, pou own home; SI starts ye.EDW. NSNEULT, Bradford & ..1316 U sL. N. W HOUSES WATED WXNED-To rent, by April 1, 1' or I Pm rom house in northwest seetie. of alt,. ?dtes 501 304. Times offtee - *ogi These seeking a hegi sti do IDING LUAOUU 0 Continenal BuutDilding, cor. 14ii. and H se. N. W. NOUPS FOR SA.E ~i~ji~5Iy oer own home 61 starts unsme asa M BALM pL a- mein. oar adinrseta - -water ItS e lstt DETACHED PETWORTH HOIME. Itamediate Po=i-1 8t-waer heat. elNe.rie t& T metes ad bath; dead seradl ; attractive Yard ad surreendima trimeseaw Wu. H. SAUNDERS a C0., 107 16th St. N. W. THE OVERLOOK DEVELOPMENT CO., Branch 638 H St. N. E. Phone Lincoln 405. PRICE, $7,600 Clarendon. Va.; si rooms and bath; 0. lenial box; lot 108.115; garage for two care; ehicken house; fruit trees bearing; would exchange for property In Woedridgo. PRICE, $7,500 , A two-family gat N. Z.; Ove rooms and bath each; separate entrances and boating plants; will rent for $10 each; od invest mat. Possession with title. Cash.100. NEAR LINCOLN PARK 10 room. and two baths; .-w. h.; 458. me ideal borne for a ronming or boa g houe: $3.100, with terms. PRICE, $8,500 Alne rooms and bath. three story; North Carolina ave. d. U.; b.w. h.; bpownstone tront. with side porches; terms. $5,850-9th St S. W. Six rooms and bath; h..w. h.; gae; good front and back yard; full collar; two front porche; terms PRICE, $10,000 Ten rooms and eth: b.-w. h.: garage; porches; a stone house; 1% acres of ground: will exchange for city property. PRICE, $3,280 700 block of 7th st. I. U.; six rooms and bath; latrobe beat; cash, $1,000. PRICE $15,000. Seven rooms, two baths, b..w. h.. gas and electric; large yard, chicken house. front and side porch: also back porch, sta tionary tubs, full cellar, N. W., semi-de tached. PRICE, $11,500 1400 block of Allison at. N. W.; six rooms and bath, electricity, h.-w. h.. ga rage. 1100 BLOCK OF 9TH ST. N. W. Six apartments of 3 rooms each; gas. electricity, h.-w. h., rent for $12 per month each; over store: good business place; will exchange for house or several small houses. THE OVERLOOK DEVELOPMENT CO., Branch 638 H St. N. E. Phone Lincoln 405. Open evenings until 8 p. m. NEW COLONIAL HOMES 11 TO 21 CHANNING ST. AT NORTH CAPITOL ST. 0 large rooms and bath; double porches lot 20 by 140 to 20-ft. alley; room for i garages. Theme are the cheapest honse offered on the market today. Only $',750 Phone us for auto to inpect. H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO., 13141 ST. N. W. LARGE. new vacant home of $ rooms, large cellar under wrtole house; large light attic, porch 728, furnace, pretty paper, electric light, shades, water, sewerage; fertile, all clear lot, 163x2$0; two blecks care; Hyatts ville; 30 minutes Treasury; $4,I7O; $100 aah, balance like rent. 050. C, WAiLER. Kreege bldg., 11th and 0. $300 CASH &lMONTHLY PAYMENTS. U 700 TO 76T PRINCETON ST. N. W. 4 LARGE BEDROOMS; BUILT-IN GARAGE' LARGE $LEEPING PRHS HOT-WATER HEAT. OPEN FOR INgPEC'TION. EA8SIEST TERMS OPPERED. ON MARKET TODAY. Phone um for auto to lnmpeet. H. R. HOWENSTEIN C0., 1314 F ST N. W. lAKOMA PARK. MD-New 6-room semi bungalow~ detached, modern conven lnces;.goo lot- buHt.ln garage, Prtee ery tow s easy (rms. Oka be seem ay Lme. NATIONAL REALTY CO., fend Bldg. Maim T10T. FOR SALE-COLORED. Several ver desirable 6-room house., loced in the northWest section of the city. Price, $2,650. Terms, $150 cash and $80 per month, includinlg all interest. B. B. PINN, Col 5817. 712 Kenyon at. N. W. IK NT. N. U., 100 block, mix rooms and bath, colonial porch... furnace heat. $,710; terms. N. 5.-Six room.. h-. h. eleetrie ight, olonial prehee, garage, *i,000; term. KENT 7CKY AVE. SE .-Si: rooms, gas ight, h. -w, h., pc fir garagoi ooionial prehem. Pies, 3,000: terms. J, D. GARMAN, 608 District Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone MaIn 8326. SUBURBAN FOR RALE ROMEIEEKERA. ATTENTIONi TWO NEW FOUR-ROOM Bt'NGALOW~i A. M. I.; one-helt block of trolley stationi good ear service; In the one-faro mono; aritly white neighborhood. Price, 047001 500 eash; balance 040 per month; or 0 ah; balance ISO per rmonth, iled lag intereet. NEW VOUU-ROOM 3UNCIALOWI A, U. .1 0 blokhn of trolley ttien; lot 6Shi36 ft. Price. $4,150; 6100 oash; belsnee 540 per Imonth including interet; o r $300 eaeht balance p( por monith NEW F'Ot'f-ROOM NUNGALOWI A, M. L; 3 lots. Price, 54.710; lame. tobe a mlhov. I have other suburban prpties for sale Some sla and seven reg nosese near statiom. U.NI. 15TWW. MIlth I M R INFIR MB 411.004. y m v A a g-Rltd n ; McEoav5 OO Mas .M . SUSU5BAN4 FOR SALU F Au s-reem he bath sad ee 1ar 16 aeres .of land a e mild~: w0ma atk fro de V;S~d Mt-w 1i NKUT !!10% .6 M. . . PagE FNSURANCE. Tour faity protected while you are bay. ing from to re Lyon Park. 33 mIsses frow eaWof city utenibly paymealkhe rest. CaD s wifto Mr. UINIAR. 611 Uvaa bldg. ea 54 A. y 9a . . iy. BradSord " ce.. LOTS FOR BALI 1st ge'iat. Rainier district; an be reasemase it purehesd seen. Ub erty heads, full veale. Address DOX A-1f. Timeofflee. . LOTS tI t ,1 ~ii 46.4 In blek 7 Ia the subdivision Oen bho Heights. Write Dr. Arnld. Ne.- 3 West lith "t.. New York eilty. ETRAL LTS seer 14th ad Webster N~MM. W. *hep orsadle owacr. M ale 413l afr or *, W, PROPERTY WANTER LAMS wanted id the Distriet or slar eub for immediate hilda e lions. NT HOMfE BUIl DING A UU. $"" Continental Trust Bsiding. Main 41. .JOHN F. DONONON a SONS, 314 Pennsylvania Ave. . . Let Us Submit Our LISt of Homes and Iavestments meoter To Purehase. *WANT MORN HOUSES POR SALE. Owners of proport deslring to make lek sles should U property with ae *6P. OPTa. 416 P st. N, W. REAL ESTATE LOANS 41,00 TO 44.00 TO LOAN ON IS? TRUST. Caywood Bros. & Garrett Inc., 616 New York awe. N. WV. MONEY TO LOAN-200 to 1600.000 on D. C. real estate. Several trast funda All transactions conducted with econaMiceJ *onsideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS A CO.. utjernBuilding. 217 1Btb, 1f CLAIRVOYANTS Smbeaed by A. Dierict el Celdsusbus MME. BELLE Egyptian palmist, gives true advice is business, love, health and family affairs; tells who and when you'il marry and how to avoid all bad luck and evil influence. ConAdential readings daily. 10 a. m.-" p. m 1124 7th st. N. W.. between L and H. MADAM D'ASHMAN CLAIRVOYANT. CRYSTAL GAZER AND CARD READER. This gifted lady will tell your fortune on love, marriage, divorce, changes, reunites the separat..d. helps you to win back lost love, happiness and business. Frank. 634. 733 13th, Between 0 and H. SUNDAY, 2 to 7. MMI. JEANETTE. 626 P STREET N. W. Gifted Egyptian clairvoyant and palmist, guarantees to read your entire life, past. present and future. She asks no questionS. but will tell you what you want to know. giving names, dates and facts on bur'rass matters, love, health and family afatrs. Tells the name of who you will marry and when. If the one you love is true or false. what part of the country is luckiest for you. and just what to do to be successful in life. Brings the separated together, re moves troubles of all natures so you can win and hold the one you love. Special readin s. 41. 626 P st. N. W., between 6th and 7t next to Shubert-Garrick. * IB RARTO. clairvoyant and psychic medium; will give on Sunday, Feb. 27. at * p. m., a demonstration on thought trans ference; also answer questions; admission 10e. Readings daily, 1 to 7 p. in. 403 12th st. N. W. Franklin 1003-J. * 5Oc MADAME SELIA 5Oc Egyptian Palmist and Medium. Gives true advice you can depend on in business. love, health, and family affairs; teUl the name of future husband or wife and how to win the one you love; makes up lovers' quarrels or family troubles, re unites the separated and makes happiness in tour home; tells what business Is luck iest for you and how to gain success is anything you take In hand; if you are hav ing bad luck or trouble consult Mme. Sella; she can help you satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Franklin b272-J. Special readings 0. Daily and Sunday. 231 7th st. N. W.. nest to Eye st. Opp. McCrory's lOc store. * MADAM MAVIS. Have Your Hand Read By TIfE GREAT EGYPTIAN PALMIST. Tells your present and future; gives names, date and facts known on lyto yourself; advice on husiness, love, luck, courtship, marriage and divorce; in fact. anything pertaining to your welfare and hap piness. Don't fall to consult this won derful Egyptian, You will find true help. 825 14TH 5T, N. W,. BET. H A I fiST_ PROF. BELMONT. Noted Clairveyent and Palmist. can read your life by the line in your palm, which are the record of your life. BeIng a grad uate of two colleges of palmistry, and hIs wonder l gift of second sight enables him to li th veIl .f mnystery and reveal to you iportaat saatters of your future life. Gives advice on business matters. lovy health and, fastily affairs; tells name o your future husband or wife; telle if one you leve la true or fale; 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; tolls the secret of having persoa mnU-. snce wIth y.,ur associatee. P'rof. Belmont is a Psychologist of World Renown. Read ing.. $1. 1316 New York ave. N. W., next door to 3(asonic Temple, ACKNOWLEDGED TO HAVE NO HQUAL, CARLETTrA, MPJDIUIM AND PSTCHWC MENTALJUT, INSPIRATIONAL LIFE READER, TELLS YOUR NAME STUDIO, 905 14th St. N. W. Tells you the cause of your trouble, how Ito permanently overcome it; tell. names Iof friends. .enomiesi husband, wife or sweetheart it false or true; who to trust, who to avoid. REUNITEN REPARATEKD, WHO AND WHEN TO MA RRY IP EVER. POR POsITIVE REUILTR A*TER ALL OTHERS PAIL-4EN OARLPTTA. PHONE MA[N4 164. e MADAM PARKER, Gifted Clairvoyant and Medium. Gives ad vice on ali affairs of life. A visit to this remarkable clairvoyant * will do more to senvince you than columns of Self praise. She asks no quetions. Gives true advie on heaith, business, love affairu, family troubles, whom you will marry, what to do to be successful in life, Tells names and lucky day. How to win the ens of your cRe1os. RemoveS evil lnfluene. You will be wiser and happier after seing this gifted lady. Satisfaction or ne charges. 1311 N St. N. W., between 13th and 13th St. DIPFERENT FOR ALL OTHRR. MARTHA SPENCE, ONE OF THU WORLD'S MOT DISTIN GUISHED MENTAL PSTCH Jf DI~o UIME AND LiFE READR. STUDIO 924 14TH ST N, W NVINC3D P 50 L O1 TU HONESTY AD SICERITT OP HER WORK. Without peking a geetiog she *4t toil you the object et 7eer call, your game, mses et friends relativee and ao teal fat s aln e life and etrem stancse whic #osnow te be abeoluteiy true. The MADAUWILl1 REPUSE TO ACCEPT AT Y PUUN LBa SME GIVES THE U1TM OS ATISPACTION. Imtmedi ately benenit e Ahd permanently helped by sensuiting her at ocs. Hours, IS tea a this te fr futute neese and refeeCut REEER TH ADRe "elt 1W 1 Ts Cshma UaIwaity AUPSI Club D6ISUIsie of .a...Wa siased the b1ww t s' a t sasqal meting lest lit at the smeIN -re, Dr. O. L , Adusmse, visa ~PON"". M ise. mINwes .90 De. See . Rise, .f the 0 41e" at Mines, and Dr. Cast l 'Alaberg. of twe Depart.Set of e.....e, Bwe laM ae eSme rsset d I, sto is the Geld of seieoe. parties ly with retoase .to ladustrial hygleme. wle Cottag Contrs Lt. A contret for the costretio of a girls' cottage at the Natlonal Trata Iag Ishool for Girls. Coaduilt ad Res ervoir roads northwest. was awarded Yesterday by the District Commission. era to Hyde and aister. The cottage will cost 31,Tsd. The Warren P. rewsder Calmpsay was awarded the costraet for laying 1.000 square yards of eomnent side walks in the District. Two elasses of sidewalks will be laid. The Brea sier Company's bids were $2.37 and $2.11 per square yard. CLAIRVOYANTS 4e.s08a8d by the D4stri of Coheshdin RB NG i daily tom 13 soee until t p.. M. x P A 61c; leve Gad besies; bring ad. T1f 4th at. N. W. e MRS. JANE D. COATUS. 17104 Iibeurse pL. N. W.. leeturer ad magebsr. Developing classes every Tteo. sa be secured in advance. hee w. Col. .33. Friday Feb. , "On. Devil er Iany Devila" Begins S:1.-Deees elesed 0:30. Come early. All weteame. Admie. sion. 6Wc. Private Interviews by espeist meat ely. AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OPPICE UIPMEIN TUA ROOM U IPET. 3 P. M. SATURDAY PERUART I0. WOMAN'S PARTY NbADQUARTJR, 4 JACKIN PLAC. LAFAYETTE SQUAREI. PUQPOS A LA OPPICE OF TNED COMMI5SIONURU, D. C. -Washington. February 34. 1901-Sealed proposwa vit be received at Room 500 D .trict Bul rg until 2 o'clock p. in.. arch h10. 1931. for furnishing Gasoinme and Kerosene during the moamne of April May and June. Upeoliiehtione and forms of proposai upon application te the Peee Ins Offileer. Rtoom 320 District Usi lldiep. J. THIILMAN HENDRICK. CIHARLE . KIUTZ. MABEL T. BOARDMAN, Cem nlssloners. D. C. OPFICE OF THE COMMI51ONERS, D. C., Washington. February 10. 1931. Sealed proposals will be received at 'Room a. District Building, until I o'clock p. ma.. March 10, 1321. for furnishing two stokers for tubular boilers. specinefations and forms of proposal upon appli atlon to the Put. chasing Officer. Room 324. D~istrict Build ing. J. TIIlMAN IIENf3RICK. CHARLES W. KUTZ. MA Hil. T. HOARDMAN, Com milaloners. D. C. EDUCATIONAL MAX POATYT. New Yoek ViGuTs Musical Director. T44cher. Studio. The Stockbridge, Tte. Col. 0173-J. 1411 Chapin It. N. W. Col. 114. LAKE SCHOOL STENOGRAPHT AND TYPEWRITING Beat Courue.-lmdividmel Iasrumtis.. 41-1S Sethef Bldg. he.1. 11. MANDOLIN, GUITAR, BANJO By Experienced Teacher. 0. R. THOMAM. 1121 Girard Col. 1234-W. Spanish School of Washington Plots. from Spain 1423-26001 nw M 6141. HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Full courses day and night, graded and high; also private coaching to college en tr E st. N. W. Phene M. 011. COLUMBIA SCHOOL or DRAFTING Roy Ce Cl~flhs Pros. 14th & T Sbetas North 272 Night Claseme-Day Clamss Iadividual lastreetia Coren in 3 to 9 Months Caler I aite for Latest Vtalege EN rER ANY TME MOVING. PACKING & STORAGE -MOVING PADDED VANS FURNISHED Phone M4. 2010-20l1. KREIO'S EXPRESS 120 HI St. N. W. STORAGE, PACKING AND U1NTPPTNG. WE MOVE ArrNhhIG- A whoe m CO., 802_7th at. S, . U~n.. 3016-J. CLEAN D lORA @ 10 FURNTUU sien. WEsCHLER'Sy 020 Pa. ave. N. Phone Main 1I82. MINOR & SON Wenmove aonvthag. Lin. 1534-W, or 14n. 5111-J. 700 3. Cap. st. FIREPR39 WIEW15 Mevag-Packing- Estimate. UNITED STATES STOBAGE CO. theme Main 4e*4 s uk~l 3435. SEPARATE ROOMS, $1 ath LOOAL AND) IAINO DISTANCE MOS Az ..,. 10 ..0.... Aw...W. 906'I"orda Ave. N, W. T. C. Johneon Sen'. Espres. Co, N. l11i. TOD NFRPOO TRG st.~ W..APS North ynr, WOaRY 1 L.OCAh. AND seti LONG-DISTANCE MOVING. CRATING, PACeuLIE. 5Untrss fasaftese bser h,0 urn is at Of CAW Sol (Oa hd at Mtit) w.e Mr. .wnd Deg s M4 Soaa ae, ~ .,urgm, ie ads Mai Mtn inese gg t eW hs tab . -a ber b'eh al w .ahen . N da, e, ... Califorssa. They wil be gb t of her brother-ia-law nd seter 141st. Comdr. and Mrs. Ralph W. MsDewelL. -4 Cemdr. J. A. Davis U. 5, X. ata toned at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Is spending a few days at Motel Wash imgteS. -f Mr. and Mrs. Rees Gsavener have returned home after spending two weeks at the Marlborough Siesheim. Atlantic City, where Mr. Gravener went to recuperate from an illness, Prince Mehenlbe, formersy of the Austrian embassy, and Prineass Ie henlohe. who was Miss Catpierine Britton. are sailing next week with their ehildren for Austria. Mr. and Mrs. Nie olas 7. Brady, of New York. have come to Washington for a visit of several days. and while here are stopping at the Shoreham. Mrs. Thomas V. Logan entertained at luncheon yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. Livingston Furness, of New York. Later they were guests in Mrs. Logan's box to hea Rashmaniseff. Othefs in the box at the eoseert were Mrs. Clarence Ridley. Mig Coolidge. of Boston; Mrs. James Kenney, of Philodelphia; Bryant Baker., of Le don, and redertek Stevens. ARMY DABCU Ate MAWgC WS. The organising eemmittee of the army dancee, three of which have al ready taken place at Rauseher's. has announeed an extra dance o the evening of Tuesday, March '20. The date for the last of the Merie is April S. The ladies of the committee are Mrs. J. Duncan Elliott. Mrs. Will lam T. SAnow. Mrs. William D. Connor. Mrs. David M. King, Mrs. Lorenso D. Gasser. Mrs. Clifton Lee Cerbin. and Mrs. James P. Barney. Mrs. Charles B. rd wife of Con gressman Ward, of New York. is "t the Traymore. Atlantic City, for as indefinite period. Miss Helen Walker, of Now York. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. a. Richard Fuller for a week. He brother. Mr. James Blaine Walker. is seen to be married to Miss Elisabeth Marrison. daughter of the late President Merrt son. Mrs. Poe White has as her gest. to remain over the inauguration. Mrs. lollister 4turgis. of Philadelphia. who has recently returned from abroad. Mrs. Charles t ster Martatt enter tained sixteen guests at luncheon yes terday in honor of Mrs. Log a Feland who is to sing at the con rt to be given Monday evening in the Memor ial Hall for the benefit of the Dobbs Ferry School. MISS BOARDMAN SPRAMB. The first of a series of meetings to encourage interest in the savings movement of the United States Treasury was held last evening in Memorial Continental Hall. The meeting was arranged by a joint committee of the State and general Federation of Women's Clubs and the~ district and national D. A. R.. Including Mrs. Howard L. Hodgkins, national chairman of thrift; Mrs. Ella Knight. chairman of the D. A. R.; Mrs. Lena B. Thomson. vice chairman of the D. A. R, and Miss Katherine P. Howard In charge of women's work for the savings di vision of the Treasury Department. Senator Carter Glass, Miss Mabel T. Boardman, and S. E. Kramer were the speakers. Senator Gias& characterized the Federal Reserve as a finapcial declaration of inde pendence and emancipation procla mation. Miss Boardman stressed the value of co-operation and emphasised individual responsibility. Secretary Daniels sbowed his interest in this meeting by providing the Marine Band. Among those who have indorsed the thrift movement through the Federation of Women's Clubs and the Daughters of the American Rev olution are the President-elect and Mrs. Harding. the Secretary of the Tree ury and Mrs. Houston, Senator and Mrs. Arthur Capper, Senator and Mrs. Irvine L. Lenroot. Senator and Mrs. Harry S. New, and the Speaker of the House and Mrs. Frederick If. Gillett. Mrs. R. R. Govin will be hostess at luncheon on Suand-y. Col. Thomas H. Birch. minister to Portugal, and Mrs. Biroh will sail for Europe tomorrow. DUPLOM LEiAVUS. K. Sinmitch, secretary of the lega tion of the Serbs, Coats and Slovenee, who has just been appointed secre tary of the ministry of foreign af fairs, left Washington on Monday for Belgrade, to take up his new duties. Mrs. Harriet Giunn Roberson has cards out for Bunday afternoon, for a meeting to be held In the gold ballroom, Hotel Lafayette, 5 o'clock This meeting will take the form of "How to Achieve SuccesV" conference. "he meeting will be held under the joint auspice, of the Woman's Club and the Men's Club of the Roberson University. Among the speakers will be Mrs. Henry Wilder Keyes, Mrs. William A. D)u Puay. Miss Mabelle Heikes-Justice, photodramatist; Har riette Gunn Roberson, Dr. L. B. Ernest, president; Dr. E. D. Ball, Dr. W. E. Stafford, Congressman 'Thomas P. Littlepage, Judge Joseph W. 'Thomp son, William Knowles Cooper and Rev. C. 0. Gradley, Miss Anne Garrity, who has been at the Willard for a week left Wash ington todar for her home in Ashe ville, N. C. The February dance of the Robert U, Lee Chapter. U. D. C., will take place next Monday evening at the Willard. These monthly dances, which are informal, are exceedingly popular, and are attended by many eollewe students. The local Purdue Alumni Asso ciation will hold its regular month ly luncheon in the grill room of the New Ebbitt Hotel at 13:30 p. m. Wednesday, March L. Writers' League Will Meet. The Writers' Imague of Wash ington wlfn meet tonight at S e'eloek at the BabMaeUhn ALgwe peduts ona M a at hrsh FujiN OW ,Wa V udW~E~ .C.ea.sT tbaahe Ise sties og *n The 051W leo was led by .e Eso- D. Mit CL ol.be T'. Astos, ehaptes la ebet of the Ubted sates army, held the earsest agtestles of a erwd that Oled the lower Gor at epi.'. Fee. terday, s be !aded for a greater spirit of eosideraties for the rights of others and a greaser hesltaney ia saying sakid thing againet other. Celesel Astee pointed out that no good esan somo of telling ot unkind thinge abeat say man, ad ventured the opiates that there is something In every man's lige ef whibh that man is as e. . He urged a stricter obseranse ot the Bibileal injunetion to "Judge sot that ye be sot judged." The Rev. H. H. D. Sterrett led the prayer ytee and the bengregtional singing was eendmeted by Percy S. Footer. CAMP MEURGED FOR ARMYS ANT taryland Delegation in Congress Sponsors Plan to Locate En gineers' Building There. Selection.ef Camp Meade as the site for the engineering plan of the Army Air Service was recommended today by the Maryland delegation in Con gress( following a conference in Con gressman Unthioum's of e. Gen. C. T. Memeher, chief of the Air Service, will have the ape examined to deter mine whether the terrain is suitable. Seleetios of Meade. It is thought. will mean a eonsiderable saving to the Government, as the land is al ready Government propert No ad ditional legislation, threfo would be needed to locate the eld there. and no appropriation for the purchase of land would be necessary. The only faster which might pre vent the location of the plant there would be unfavorable terrain, it was pointed out. "If the District ts anxious to secure this plant at Meade, and I can see no reason why it should not be," de clared Congressman Linthicum, "some action had better be taken at once by Washingtonians." In event the Meade project falls through. the Maryland delegation I. considering sites at Fort Howard, Udgewood, and a site on the Balti more and Ohio railroad not far one of Baltimore. Several sites in the District have been recommended, nobly the pres ent Anaeostia Flying Field. Bolling Field. and a tract of land near the Bladensburg road. NEGRO, 16, IS HANGED FOR SLAYING IN FREDERICK Death Trap Sprung in Md. Town First Time in 20 Years. FREDERICK. Md., Feb. 25.--Charles R. Robinson, the sixteen-year-old self confessed negro murderer of Mrs. Mary Edith ightman. Middletown, was hanged this morning at 7 o'clock. He was accompanied to the gallows by the Rev. William J. Kane, pastot of St. John's Catholic Church, who has been his spiritual adviser since his removal from the Baltimore jail some days ago. The death trap was sprung by Sheriff William O. Werten baker. This was the first hanging in this county since the execution of Ce phus Overs, a negro. twenty years ago, for the murder of Frank Donald son, a young white man. SENATOR-ELECT AGEES TO BEG GIRIS PARDON BUFORDj Is.., Peba 25.-IndIetments against Senater-eleet Thomas U. Wat son, growing out of the incident in Miss S. U. Wiley's hotel hero on August 18 last, during the Senatorial primary camnpaign, have been settled out of court, it was announced today. Mr. Watson agreeing to make forami apology to Miss Wiley and pay oourt costs. The charges against Mr. Watson al leged that while spending the night at the Wiley lHgtei he appeared in public insumtelently dressed, had liquor in his room and used object ionable language in the presence of Miss Wiley. The case against W. E. Miller, Watson's campaign companien charged with drawing a pistoL, was not proesed at the same time. DR. FREDERICK SKIFF DIES OF HEART AT TACK C~HICAO, Feb. 25.-Dr. Frederick Jarnes Volney Skiff. T0 years old, di rector of the Field Museum of Natural History since 1894, died today of heart disease. Dr. Skiff was born int Chicopee, Mass., and came to Chicago In 18924 He was deputy director-general of the World's Columibian Exposition hero and also was rector-in-chief of foreign participation at the Panama Pacific Exposition in Seattle, in 1011, and at San Francisco in 1915. He was decorated by many foreign governments, being made a command er of the Legion of Honor of France in 1904. Between 1870 and 1880 Dr. Skiff engaged in newspaper work in Kansas and Colorado and was a mem ber of the Colorado Legislature in 1888-56. He was In charge of the American exhibits at the Paris Expo sition in 1808-1l01 was director of exhibits at the St. Ieuis Exposition in 1901, and in 1908 was appointed United Slates Commiaoner to the Japanese Unpoeltion. Bates to Make Lenten Talk. Dr. Merrill 3. Gates, formerly presi dent of' Amherst Collage, will speak at the St. -John's Episcopal Church Lenten service to be held Wednesday. Mareb 2, on "Christian Unity in the Life More Abundant.' Col. John lie Dresa Se ..a-... I "ag. el' thim, they're 006S the rase at swagger agas. s Lase., r'haew. Uertle and Jobsay a.d Aril are VOer"g 'em.-ed these gas times are by se mewa favorable to the ease of Sins Peti. Wearing what? W p. green "seup-to-auts" suits. The other night a number of foreign dlplemls is the (hital attended as etalsive patty. The afair was gregreslag aesediog to Beauveash when a slim lnd) vldual, clad is a vivid gree. ee alag suit sauntered into the ball rood. The guests gasped. Was it a breaeh of social etiquette? While the dewagers were de bating if they should give the green-clad chap the stoes stare through their lorgsettes or wel oele him with opew arm (Igura tively, of course). a diplomat re costly arrived from England set matters aright by explaining that green dress ceits aci quite the thing at swagger parties in Los dos. Bi rth, Marri ioni DR, ALFMMD DOOLflL. Solemn high requiem mass for Dr. Alfred Doolittle, instructor of astron omy at Catholic University. and one of the best-known authorities on mathematics in the east, who died Wednesday at Garfield Hospital. was celebrated this morning at 4t. Martin's Catholic Church at 10 o'clock Dignitaries of the Catholic Church in Washington and members of the teaching staff at Catholic University attended the services. Following the mess, the body was sent to Bethlehem. Pa., for interment. Dr. Doolittle was apparently, In the best of health Tuesday. On Tuesday night he was taken il. Physicians diagnosed his case as pneumonia and he was rushed to Garfield Hospital Where the end came Wednesday. Dr. Doolittle was a native of Beth lehem. His fataher was Prof. Charles Dootlittle, one of the best-known astronomers In the country. He was the brother of the late Dr. Doelittle. in charge of the observatory at the University of Pennsylvania, and pro essor of astronomy at that institu tion. He came to Catholic University In 1898. His associates today said he was of a modest, retiring nature and kept much to himself. He lived at 2607 North Capitol street. For the past few years he had charge of the observatory at Catholic University. EDWARD J. HOAR. Solemn high requiem mass was celebrated this morning in St. Paul's Catholic Church for Edward J. Hoar, magazine writer and economist, who died Tuesday at his home in the Port ner. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Hoar was born in Castle Der mot, Kildare, Ireland. April 6. 1857. He came to this country twenty years ago. Prior to coming to Washington. he lived in Boston and Philadelphia. He contributed articles on econo mies and the Irish situation to lead Ing periodicals. Its is mdrvived by his wife. Mrs. Hannah F. Hoar. CYRUS K'INTYRE. Funeral services for Cyrus Mc Intyre, a retired farmer, who died Wednesday at his home. 1406 Newton street northeast, after an illnesa of four weeks, will be held tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock, at the chapel of W. W. Deal and Company, 516 H street northeast. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Mr. McIntyre was born in Bradford. '. Y., June 20. 1854. He came to Washington about a year and a half ago. He was a member of the Maccabees. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Ella McIntyre, two sons, Erwin and Ernest, five grandchildren and two sisters. muuwuY O'rWGER. Henry Oettinger, one of the oldest merchaas of Georgetown, died yes terday at bis home, 1354 Oak street northwest after ma illness of two weeks. Funeral services will take place Sunday morduiwag at 20:30 clock. Interment will be in Wash ingten Hebrew Congregation Ce tery. Mr. Oettinger was in the millinery and dry goods business in M street near Thirty-first for more tnan fifty yearn. He retired about ten years ago. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Oettinger, a son. Albert Oet tinger, and four daughters, Mrs. M. Rosenthal, Mrs. R Ash, Miss Amelia and Miss Mattie Oettinger. ups. OARA o. RAUPE. Mrs. Sara Gibson Raupe, who was a yeoman (F) during the world war, died yesterday at her home, 106 Eleventh street southeast, The body will- be take~ to Lebanon, Ohio, Mon day for inte ent. Mrs. Raupe was born in New Bur ington, Ohio, July 1d. 1587. She came to Washington in 191? and ac epted a phsition with the United States Shipping Board. Later she joined the Naval Reserves and was assigned to the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. She was a member of Belleaw Wood Post, Amserican Legion. Her husband, James E. Raupe, four sisters and three brothers survive her. MRS. CH ARLOTTY3 A. PARKER. Mrs. Charlotts A. Parker, for many yers a resident of the District, died Wednesday at the home of hew dauugh tr Mrs. Cecelia A. Woodaon, 703 Monroe street northeast, She was the widow of John F. Parker, who was a member of an old and prominent Washington family. Mrs. Parker was born in Prine William county, Va., eighty-two years ago. Besides Mrs. Woodmon, she Is survived by six grandchildren. Funeral services ill be held at the Church of Our Saviour, Thirteenth and Irving streets northwest, this after noon at 3 oelock. Interment will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Edde C. Gittings, for twenty-one years ma tron of the Home for the BlInd, at 050 3 street northweat, viii be held hm anf....s em the bcmm -wI ESATE TO N r r eb et Ue. un ary Commin Aas mens : Udmard cheqter Usynard, meesb o the latersatoaal DesodwryC . uh .ios ad fir many years ee bested with the us""a ta Goa oglIal survey. who died February 6 it his bem., less Si1teseth Street morthwst. leaes his eatire t. O his wdow. Mrs. Joliet GI1 a.s eordlag to the will Aled for probate resterday. The widow I. also samed wseestriz to serve without bead. Mrs, Mary O'Dea, who died at her home. LAS Eleventh street sorthwest. ia February 16, directs that her so.! Btephes ('Dea, whom she names es Motor of her estate in bei will. ell the family home. Out of the pred eeds the testatrix directs that a eon. Lauren.e A. O'Dea, receive $'M and, smother son. Nicholas F. O'Dea. we molve a similar amount, the balanes OT the money to go to the executer. The Rev. T. J. Kerviok, pastoer . the Holy Name Church. Is to receive 1100 and an additional som of $3 for, masses to be said for the repose of the soul of the testatrix and her el- a ives. ages, Deaths 1i rooms of the home. Interment Wtit be in Glenwood Cemetery. the Rev.a Dr. Blake, of Christ Church. oficiatl ing. Mrs. Gittings was born in Havana Cuba, about seventy-seven years ago, When she came to Washington she .. slgnilaid her intention of giving he.. services to "the poorest charitable. organisation in the District." At that time tbe Home for the Blind was haV4' ing a hard struggle to get along. af, Mrs. Gittings offered her services e, matron without pay. During all then. years she held that position she nevere accepted payment. +a MASON UORrVIT. K Mason Morat, a native of Wasbing-b; ton, who died Tuerly night after aj lingering illness, was buried yester. day at Webster Grove, near St.Q Louis, Mo. Services were held at thew; home of his son, James C. MorAt, at Webster Grove. Mr. Morfit was born in the Distriet/' on May 2. 1836. He was a eon of the. late Henry Mason Morfit and the late. Catherine Campbell. .n i a grandsoar of Henry Pitner Marfit. an officer is' the Continental arn.v. He was a practicing attorney, but " early in his career the Civil War broce out and he joinel the Confed . erate Army. Beside:. James C. Mor~t., he is survived by his wife. Mrs. Eliza beth Garrison Morfnt. and thre-e a na. T. Garrison, Mason P. and Dr. Johs.. C. Morfit. BIRTHS. YOR LEAUS-James and Ruth Y. girt. HEINBUCH-John C. and Mary M.. girL. BRABSON-William A. and Lairel. girti' PEAIRE- :laude S. and Annie E.. gir. !'. CHARUHAM-James and Angelina, boy. - CONl4ORTI--LugI and Teresa, boy. BURLEY-Lawrence Z. and Stella M., girl, RUSH-Charles and Ruth E. girl. BUNYEA-Hubert an Pearl. oY. ROACH-John F. and Barbara M. PHELAN-William B. and Mary K.,.'Z WHETZEL--Ernest L. and Marjorie . girl. HAILECK-Walter F. and Mary L. girL. PATTON-Richard L. and Alice Patten. girl. LYONS-Gordon L. And Elsie 0., girl. REH-Fred and Eleanor, girl. THOMPSON-Rhodolphus and Helen. boy. JONES-Otto R. F. and Madelain A.. boy. FREUDBERG-Isldor and Minnie. boy. BEERBOWER-Orville A. and Virginia =.. girl RHODES-Charles H. and Nettle E.. boy. WALDRON-Earl W. and Gladys M.. McALLISTER-John Z. and Mary F..boy.. UMALI-Gregoria R. and Lydia M., girts HARTL'NG--Willism K. and Marion. girl.! ROBBINS-Urvan G. and Louise, boy. ROBBINS-Bertram and Irene. girl. v HOLLIS-Calvin and Mae. girl. MARTIN-Miles A. and Eleanor C., boy. KINGSFATHER-Michael J. and Annie M.. boy. MALCOLM-James E. and Amanda. boy. MATH EWS-Oscar R. and Adelina M.. girl.. REYNOLDS-Kenneth and Cecil A.. boy. r RANKIN-Patrick J. and Ellen P.. bob HUPFORD-Henry K. B. and Mary. by FUJIWARD--Gensabauro and Monserra.eW boy. WILLIn-Thomas B and Saharlett. beg. PROCTOR-Albert G. and Jennie C.. bey. WALLAC-Alexander and HatU. girL NAURIAGE LICENBEU. KELLT-HOCKMAN-Jeseph P. aug Marjorie L.. 33. The Rev. 3. EsU~ RMODS-CURRY-Normaa 3., 35, Phal-. adelphia, and Anna. St. The 3es. Ju HI. Jeffries. SMITH-CORVDOR--Pmank, 65, S s Okla.! Alberta. S1; Culpeper, V. Rev. HIoward F. Dewa.. NJELSEN-WATRI-Hans P., 4T 3 3.. 35. The Rev. Bichard 3eaamm DEATES, GINOULL-Re*b'-t V. US yese 364 @ - PISTONIO-tmbeth 3., 31 is'e M teth at. a. ave, a. w. BIBB3RT-Fln,48 yam., 3Mi IRWIN-AllasA. 6* re., esIE K3UNE-Robt . 31 yrs. 338 18th an IYMAN-Cataine . 64 yre. 1400 ue LOBBlO31-Mette, S88yr. 1644 M.'i.N3''i . .U. YIe pm.U W. Savings Dan, *6th st. andeI GITTINO-Estele C., 11 yr.. Memo the Bilad. HOAR-Ddw. Cevy Mase Ialm PICKET1-Uiyt NL, 33 yam. 418 * a., In, w. 3RiLlr-BEther.S 3,s 88~ N s. u, a PURC AUh-Albert 0., 33 yr... 183S 240b NOS)V1 Watereh 98 ta., 30e be AgeA Blue Plains. PUNWICK-Aliee 3., 99 yta., 18S 13th at. n, w. DOOLITTLU-,Aifred, 54 ya, Gar~sM IIU -Wm. R. i., 8 1 341 16th PUACOCK-Derethy 3. la.. 15 rd.n. w LVERN--3artee. 6 yrs., Ma Rem BEALL-Raymond L,, 1 yr.. 311 Aa. FA IRF AX-Robert T., 63 ytr.. 16 MI3 DLUTON-David. 43 's., Pmeeim JONES--Williani. SI yre., 3400 Ubharon ave. ft. w. NWfL-Mary 3. 43 yra, 1316 N. 5, ave. BALTIMOR--Pan5y G.. I yr., 335 4 at. a. w. TOLIVER-Alamo, Jr., 1 pa. StT 434 g, n. a. DEATH WOTICEU gPU W1Euu. Departed tis life Wede. day February 33, 191., at i3O3 .s. A l.*RT (I., aged thirty-three wearvbe " v.ed husband of Alice G. and dovete father of Herbert and Aibert, Jr. mem eC Aibert E. and the late Florence M. r-. chase. Funeral Rtaturdtay mnornilifee his late residence. 1910 Fourteenith street northwest Intermeat Roek (Creeb Cem etery FUNERALDE8I0NS. n1every .smet n-M!~ederae ,m C.