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Secret Order TeJto Jurist H*
1 Member* Believe Hi Will
Enforce the Law. V *
ALEXANDRIA, Oct. ( 28.?The
Klux Kiap ?r this city* has
published In the local paper a card
la which they congratulate Howard
K- Smtth upop NK appointment
~M Judge of the corporation court
a Ml William Wooll? upon hi*
appointment a* Commonwealth
gttoroe.v. ?'?f
"Theee men. We believe, are fully
qualified and capable of perform
Ipi the dutiea of- their respective
Office*.* says the notice.'
v"nTh? *u Klu* Klan stand* for
the enforcement of the law by the
r?gul?r)y ? constituted authorities
?nd by no other organisation or
Individual of any kind, color or
eraiad. We insist not only upon
proper authorities, but upon the
enforcement of the law as well.
TV you who have taken a step
higher In your chosen .careers, to
you Who Me regularly constituted
authorities of the law, we say: Bo
fe*trleM?4nd ?AUUityL prompt and
proper*^ 'lft'Jtl^'jk?lmiiiistrutlon of
justice aM'JflC^ne fulfillment <if
your dutl^ VrUL^itt fear or favor
to tWBK tJBwfr.-of men. Then
of the
P^niiu ?i other
* ' I ' f . . *f-?
board of directors of the
Washington MNa"
" stet to
day \S ofWiaATJ jftrpcogress made
eo far with tB?* WOrk on the pro
posed ' fnonument. It was pro
posed that at {he annual meeting
Of th* assoc&itioo, which will be
hMd on February it. that a date
be Mft. fpr the laying. of the
?orfierstone of the memorial. ?
JRw 9u#n*m and Professional I
i's Olobe was ^entertained to
V the borne of Miss Lucy M.
OA \Sqfuth- Fairfax street.
dlub wfli give a ((upper in
hoMor of the Klwanis Club at the
^MgtmMtaii- ?. butidlng tomorrow
evening -at 7 o'clock.
-In the case-of the Virginia Ship
building Corporation ? Against the
United States Shipping Board final
?Moments'will be beard by Judge
Wdddift Monday.
/On -Tuesday evening Silver Moon
Miraicl,*' No. 18, Degree of Pnca
ntas, will entertain the members
the .council at a mask party,
affair. . will be held In the
National Bank build
hlg. ... r <i >
be b?l dat-thafj ,
Of the chamber of iommtrce Mon
UT evening at 8 o'clock. Officers |
Will be. elected for the ensuing y?ar.
The Columbian Players will pre
ant the tbree-act comedy farce,-'?The
Hoodoo," at the Lyceum Hall, on j
Duke street, on the evenings of No
vember 9 and ,n The play will be]
SveA for the benefit of the Young]
en's Lyceum.
I , j?
"A lecture <wi South America will
be given totwyrow evening at the
First Preabytertyn Church by Rob
ort 8ouU) Barrett, Wnder the auspl
Ose of nie Presbyterian Mission.
Dr. .William Tate Graham deliver
ed a lecture tonight at the chamber
of1 commerce dn the Interest of the
Alexandria Anti-Tuberculosis Society.
MIS HAZIN6
INQUIRY IS HALTED
N|VJtlAcademy Circles Engage
In Much Speculation as to
:]? Scope of Probe.
' , i i
? '"f* ? e
* ANNAPOI.IS, Mdi. Oct. 28 ?
There Is much 'speculation here re
tarding further proceedings in th<v
eapea of midshipmen, members of
the graduating class, who are al
lr?4 to hdye taken part In basing.
Rear ' Admiral Henry B. Wilson,
ataperinteodent of the Academy, Is
eUU of the opinion that basing has
Dot' Maen- widespread or serious, but
aob'-orie egn do more than speculate
to tpe outcome of the lnvestlga
ns,of the board of. Inquiry if It
itinufts through tb? whole course
edtft K.
fO> midshipmen. Stuart H. Haw
Massachusetts, and' Bruce
t Robinson, of Arlsona. both Vnem
" of tke'flnrt class, have been
court-martial, but the
?J[L* ot . the. reviewing authority
i Jgljt .been announced. That the
i 'arp regarded as seiiou* may
Jrinised from "the delay In an
hg fldal taction.
^ rpori rrtldshlpmen are tin
otl acount of the hazing,
Wit there la no Information tot |
h*nd as to whan they will be tried,
tt. il aald the board of investiga
tion Ja through^ With . Its work tor ]
th* P^*A: - v'?
President Observes
<5flew Nation's Birthday j
; j^pelament mrwle public
Uf 'tgght a* tefegram despatched
by. PrWiMent Harding to President
?TjSomAs O: Mssa^-k of CzeCho-Slo
riyi'ta felicitating hltn upon the
birthdwv anniversary of that repub
iut
,"On .this apntversary pf the estab
MwiiUnr^nf Csecho-Slovakla as an
lndependmt^^tat*;" < the President
afld. U1 t*<? gelWflne pleasure in
>adMtr to Your Excellency, In the
fife' 'Ot 1to#''IJnlte<J Htgtea, hearty
lli.fJid ?be?t wishes for th^
pe^ce and Increased proe
rauf country, and ttk Tent
^a;pef*ort*i welfart gtid
\ ?
mwiuiMtrs"smoker.
, * Tbf eliftptsr of the trtaaMed Ameri
xifyena at the National fhtlver
dn'i<P bold a smotaer WednewHv
night at ifcr tm>*m?y bulldtng. The
rapul I oC fhe rfndnnal rehabilitation
rpmiolnee of the organisation will
sssr.
- UP far eonatderatkiq
M
TODAY.
Coowa?Community *iulc Aseoale
Mem at Waahinrton Central Ul*b School,
?easing. ' _.'?/]
MmUDI?Joppa U4(?, No. II. P. A. A.
flons'r.tTui^/l'aul Hleydan. SS?
alatml toy ires. C. JuUeon, *Sa?l4t. Grace
Bplrcopal Church, 1 p. m.
Jtevlval?rtrot Baptist Church. hyulh'
>M K itntti aouthweat. II a. tmr and
fit* ?. m.
Meeting?-Padrelc H. N?r? Council.
A. JT. L *., 4*1 Dstreet north weet. 1 p. m.
Meeting?-aeeolar linfin, lltl ? stroet
northwest, 1 p. m.
Hlh? Wed Triangle outing Club, from
Thirty ?l*th and U atreeta northwest.
Celebration?Third anslveraar* of the
rebirth of nl>e- "Philippine flag,' l"IUplno
Club. IIIS Ktuai'hUHtu avenue north
west. 1:1# p. m. . . 1
Meeting?I'nale Zten Society. Branch
N<>. 1. Moos* Hall. (II Q street. < p. m.
Meeting?Pal O' Mine Horisl Club. <11
P street nbrthwaat, l:M p. m.
TOMORROW.'
Meeting?.Toppa Lottie, u. C H.. Mount
Pleasant* Hall. JTourteeoth.and Kenyoa
streets northwest, 1:00 p. m.
Concert-?Chevy Chase Community Cen
ter, V. V. Brown School, 1:11 p.' m.
Meeting I.ay Alumni Association of
the Catholir University of Amariea.
kRaleich Hotel. 1:10 p. m.
Meeting Aehlar Club, N<rv Masonic
Temple, ejrenlng. a. '
' Meeting?Reserve Officers' Association
of the District of Columbia, Interior DeT
partmeni. auditorium, *:#? p. m. . .
rinfHTl
ihto wm mi
? ii? i
Fair Divorcer After Shooting
Tells Story of HbW-up by
Colored Highwayman.
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By International Newi lerrke,
MEMPHIS, Tenn./Oct. 28.?
This city was stirred today as
police began a systematic searlh
of exclusive .club circles for the
person' who . Ia4t night shot And
killed Policeman' A. H. Thomas
as he sat id an automobile* witA
Mrs. Zelda Foster, a young and
beautiful divorce*.
Woman la GrilM. -
The tragedy took place shortly
after the couple, In an automobile,
had drawn up to the curb and
stopped In Htonewsll place, the
city's most exclusive rwMdence
section. <
Mrs. Foster walked to her home
after the shooting, "vailed the police,
and told them a man had beep
?hot. Then she went to bed.
'??An hour later she waa rouaed
and taken to police headquarters,
where she told a atory of a negro
highwayman attacking Thomas and
herself.
The police scouted her story and
during the night railed In several
prominent clubmen for questioning.
Thomas was married and in sjir-|
1 vived by his widow and one daugh
ter. ' ' ,v_
TWINS II fir I
IS TIRE THIEVES
Police Charge They Traded
Loot Taken From Automo- |
bile for Whigkey.
Two valuable automobile tires
are alleged by the police. to have
been traded fjpr two dollars and a
pint of whiskey by twins who are
looked up at the Eighth precinct
on the charge of joyriding and
larceny.
The men gave their names as
Cosmos Michael Barbee and Dar
mond Arnold Barbee, twenty-two
years o;d. The former gave his
address as 648 Ninth streA north
I east and the latter as 144ft W street
i northwest.
The prflr are alleged to have
taken the cat owned by Frederick
F. Gary, 222J Fourteenth street
northwest, last Thursday and to
have used it for a joy-ride. When
| the car was found abandoned the
tires were missing. Sergt. Balder
?on and Policemen Orlmfcs and
Hellmuth, who arrested the twins,
say that they admitted the theft.
Detective Sergeants Jett and Con
nors. of the auto squad, are In
vestigating whether or not they
have been guilty of thefts of other
tires. In the ^last Tew months
nearly two hundred automobile tires
have been stolen from parked cars.
David A. 81mm s, colored, 22
Hanover street northwest, was
locked up at trte Ninth precinct
last night for Investigation. It is
al.eged he removed a tire from the
rear of a car and then placed it
in the machine. When detected
he was sitting on the running board
of the car.
*
Great Grandmother Is
Flirt, Says Daughter
BOSTON.. Oct. ?8.?Charging
her. seventy-year-old mother, Mrs.
Cora Taylor, who Is a great-grand
mother. had Improper relations with
George Parkhurst, the plaintiff's hus
band, Mrs Ada I. Parkhurst has
brought for divorce, in Cain
bridge court. ,
Another daughter of the accused
mother, Mrs. Irrln Taylor, the Wife
of the son of her mother's second
.husband, will be one of the impor
tant witnesses. V
Mrs. Parkhurst is the mother of
three children, the oldest of whpm is
married a*i4 bai a child-?ttie
grandchild of 4he woman she la now
' accusing. She Is employed In the
same office with her hifsband, The
great-grandmother named m? co
respondent has pure white hair and
her face la wrinkled.
Sojourners to Hear
Lieut Col. Dickson
I.ieut. Col. T ho ipsa J. Dickson will
give the principal addreAg at a patri
otic rally of the Hojdurntra Club of
Washington, on November 15. In tne
auditorium ef Central High School.
O^n. Anio* A. Frlefc, chief of the
chemical warfare Service, and presi
dent of the dub, w'H preside* '
HERMON club to meet.
The ^aahlngton Ifermon Club Will
hold Its annual meeting tomorrow
afternoon at the T. M. C. A. building,
17M O street northwest The speak
er will he WlHlani Knowlea Cooper.
The club la composed of graduate* of
Mi. Hetroon College. Leonard W
Deflast is president.
r >
WHAJPS DOING
j Today and (Tomorrow ->
I En rodent This Yeajt Breaks
I; A|j Records?Club Meets
Wednesday Evening.
f ; ? ? *,/ ' , "1 * * ' * f " " 1
,VTW"P?lt American 8otiooka of
Spanish."are* enjoying an unusually
largr enrollment this fall aemestey.
This unarftlclpated Increase at
studenla Indicates that Ujere are
many ambitious mrti and women
In Washington * who peecelve the
value of ^mastering the leading
foreign commercial language lti
the tTnlted States, and the Pan^
American School* of SpanMlh ap
prvclate the toOnfU|eni'a bfswWed on
th??m by -the students selecting this
liiStittftidir as their school. '?
I Perhaps ?e feasou, why these
schools haw proven no popular la
due to the facility. Prof. f, .J.
Hernandez has again resumed his
active duties, ufnd is ably assisted
by'Prof. K, A. Colon, graduate ot
ttte Normal College, University of
Porto. Uico, who com** to Wasnlng
ton with experience In teaching
both 'Spanish and Engliab for
more,than.ten years. *
Wednetsaay. October 8. "El Club
Cervantes," the' students organi
sation of the Pan-American HcIiooIh
of Spanlslt, will hold an open me?J
Ing In the school's auditorium, J412
'Eye St., Jtt W/ AH are cordially
invited to attend this mealing and
enjoy the program. * l.ectures In
Unglish and Spanish by speakers
of repute will be followed by inusl
caV*el<ftlons nnd,, social gathering.
PHILLIPS TBWL TO
RESUME ON MONDAY
Defense Lawyer to Quiz Mrs.
Caffee Star Witness in
Hammer Slaying. ?
? ? . s
Hi iMfrntUfwl News brrlff.
U>8 A NO ELKS, Calif., Oct. 2t-?\
The "hammer niurtter" trial of Mrs.
Clara Phillips, who Is alleged to have
beaten Mrs. Alberta Meadows' to
death with a hammer last July be
cause' she suiy>ected her of .winning
her husband'* love, marked time to
day ms far ris court procedure wax
i-oneerned, because <Jf no session on
Saturday. ? ' L
When the croas-examinstion at
Mrs. Peggy Caffee. "star" State,wit
ness, who told he*- "eyewitness"
stol-y of the slaying yesterday', la re
sumed Monday. lr Is beUejrrt Defense
CotmseT- Harrington will spring sonic
unexpected coup on h^r which he la
holding, in resefve.
Mrs. Caffee's cross-examination Is
expected to be concluded, by Monday
noori.' I k
OR, CONWELL to speak.
( ; Dr. Russell H. Con* el I will speak
at the Metropolitan M. E. Church
Wednesday night. November t, un
der the auspices of the Y. W. C. A.
School of Religious Education. His
subject will be "Acres of Diamonds.
Ill (M M
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Educated Women Don't Shoot
Says Mis? Lavinia Eg an,
of Georgia.
' By KARL M. ELIBH,
hti r?iliiwl News Berytf*.
Feminism ia going to put an end
to the feminine crime w?w that
recently has been taking toll of
men'a IWaa. i ? ? - ...
This ?u the declaration laat
night of Mtia Lavina H. Egan, of
Georgia, field worker of the Na
tional Woman's Farty.
Real Feminists Dw't Sbaot.
"Rftlly educated women* don't
S- >ot their faithless husbands or
ers," declared Miss Egan. "They,
have too much sense. They c*n
Stand on their oyrn feet "and fight
their own battle* without the neces
sity of taking physical revenue on
fhe man. And feminism stands for
educated women who can bear their
burden In the battle of life. ^
"As a matter of plain fact, con
tinued Miss Bgan. ''educated women
of the feminist type are not likely
to succumb to the blandishments of
a seducer. They have the mind to
realise what he's Up to, and to check
him- ? a ..
"Take, for instance, some of the
terrible tblags that have been hup
penlng to clergymen lately. Tbey
found their genesis In the close and
intimate contacts which a rector
must necessarily have with the
Women of his parish. The vom'n
do all the menial work for the
church, And It s pathetic W /M>.c
how their affection for the Clergy
man. when It develops, expresses
It self In menlkl tasks like scrubbing
Ithe'Church and'baking cakes."
, "Such tragedies are bound to
occur from time to time, as long
M women remain In their preeent
inferior condition," Miss Rgan pre
dicted. . , ' ' . , .
Education to Lacking.
. *Now take the women who com
mit these crimes of passion, ' she
Sdded. "They're not educated. They
tnav come of good families and all
that, but they don't know how to
; think. If they did they Would never
.have gotten. Into a situation where
manslaughter provided an avenue of
escape. Or else they would M able
to think their way out.
"There Is no reason why a -wronged
wife should shoot her faithless hus
band. A woman with a mtnd can
meet the problem of dissolving the
marriage contract; the old-fashlonea
woman can't. That's the difference.
And In the same- way. an advanced
woman doesn't get Into Illicit love
affairs, but If she does, when the
collapse takes place ahe clears up the
situation by thinking, not by shoot
ing" .
Harvey's Idea of Women
Is Called a "Good Joke"
"A frightfully good Joker'
That is what Lady Allan Jobnaton
thinks of Ot-once Harvey's bold as
sertion that women have no souls,
and that they should be governed
morally by ten new commandments.
Lady Johnston, a alster of Olfford
Pinchot, of Pennsylvania, called on
Presldyit Harding at the White
House yesterday. IJ is not known
whether she told Mr. Harding her
opinion of Col. Harvey's philosophy.
Choosing, the Right School
THE Information Bureau of The Washington Times will Mp 70a
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....Mrio'l'B'1' Ctfbt0
*!' AutomoW?' Unttke *
... Automobile Mechante School
...Automobile Repair Sobs*
Banking and FtajM* ,
Beauty Culture School
... .Bookkeeping . .
... .Boys' C^lewPrepar^ory
? Brokerage Trshithf
....BnlMIng CwwtnitMwi fc
... Business Cilm
Bualneaa Bpgiwh
....Business Adntlnu
Cable Telegraphy
Cartoonist School
... Catholic School for Boys
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Chiropody School
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French
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MAIN 5240
Runt, Mtecellaneoue for Safe. And Doatl
Noticed mu*t be received At The Wuk
I a At o? Tlrooa office boforo 11 o'ctooh the
"h?;= Waated. Leal
And Found. Rooms for Root Apertnaeata
for Host. Mtecellaneoue for Sale, AAd
Doath Notloo advertleemeate will ko
tAkon op to o'clock A. m. OA tko
da7 of pabllcatlaa.
Announcements? .
Loot and Pauad^ ? ? ? ? ? tp? . ? .??*.. ?? |v
Boaaty PArloro. : 2.... f
B **!?*?* Uracil i
Mlecelieneoue 4
fforoMIA 1a ? .
rvnOOTW . o a ? o o o o O o o o o o o o o o o i o ? o ? ? % t
Special Nattooa f
Travel OpportaaMIM f
Autoiuobllo Trip* 19
Business Service?
Baal a*** Aorvlcoo Offered. ......... II
CArpoTCIOAalAa And Itut Makla*. . IS
Centra (-tins And Bonding M
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iry AAd Watch iapAlriii IT
8
t>*oooo?oo?o pi
Draoamaktas
_ Oood Plotoa
v Jewelry and .......
Moving and Storage II
ProfraolonAl Servloe. 15
Ropolrl as
WaU PAporlnr?PAlatlif.
Em ployment?
K*IP Waaled?Male n
Holp WADlod?Pomelo if
ll*i? wontod?Male And Formate.. It
H*lP Wonted?Ageate M
IIAlp Wanted?Saleomen ft
Halp Want*!-Employment Aiaaelaa St
Utootl** Wanted?Male.......... M
Situation Waatod fwik if
SftaaUea Waated?Halo AAd WMMi M
Financial?
Bust nee* Chaocee It
Money to toon On RoaI Batata
Money Wonted ., ae
Money To loan?Dlomondo AAd
Jewelry M
y To loan?Ckettel AAd Oo?
Mono:
lateral
Oil
?to.
and Mining OppertaRMJtS.W
kA Bonda AAd ltertsasee *?
Livestock, Poultry,
Peed,
Cattle and
Heraea and Wageaio.., 41'
Hamaao nod Baddlee 41
Pot atook ?
A A
Natttr
Poultry Siippllee.
RokMte?ConaaonW.. ?_*.???
Wanted LJveeteah?PoaltrF.
Merchandh
humi:;::::::: g
?i*y n
w 0911 e ? A o A ? O o A o e e
!? A 0 O ? A O O* O O O ? ? ? ? A A if
la aa4 WAtakeo... M
Building Matoriola 11
Carpontara AAd Builders
ClothlAg, Ktk.....................? M
Farm lad Dairy Pluduota. *'
Pot Solo?Mleoellaa
PtmI. Cool AAd Wi
Household Oooda.
Jewelry, DUmoada a Ad
MAokHton AAd Taalo. M
Mueteel InatrnaaieatA ?... 41
ltoalcAl laiarli M
ItAdlA And Bloetrtoot Rupplloo. .. M
Reeda AAd Noraary Ham .... I M
?tore and Of floe laalaaaaai M
Typewiitora AAd ???plteo M
To ?wa?...!_.....11.... ??
Motor Cai
AAtoaaokUoo Por Solo
Ante Trncka AAd TrACtora Por flAlo
Auto Tina AAd Sanltae...
Auto T,tv?ry AAd OArA?oo.
Ante lemioe Rotlono.
Alrplaneo AAd Roppltoo
Bteyolee AAd Mot eroycloA je
Wont ad AatotneMlee AAd Traoks... M
Rooms and Board?
Roome to Maat?Feratahad. tl
Booms to Rent?UafanaMoC.. ... if
Roome to Boot?Hooaokeeping M
Roome to Bant?WlUa Board f)
Rooma to Boat?dakarkAA. 14
SaburbAa AAd Country Board. M
ToMo Board ?f
Wanted to Boat Bawaa *?
Wanted Boord AAd Rnnma ??
RentalS
Arartments And Plata to Boat?
Parelalted ...............v. dl
Apertmente AAd Plata to Boat?TO
furHlahed "V*. ? I
? Houeoe to Re<lt?Fumlotied 'M
Hoaaee to Ro?t?UAfurAlshed ?4
Wanted . to Beat?Apartmoate H
Wantod'tS Beat Hoaeoe.., M
Oaragoo far Boat ?T
Offices for Boat H
itoros far Boat...'... *4
' Out of-Town Property far MM....IN
Parma for Bent. 141
Went Ad to Bent farma, Eto. Ill
Real Estate?
ApArtmeata Por Halo.... ... a. . .Hi
Bustalee PropertF For ?aIa. ...... l*t
Farm Por Bale.. .IN
Houeee Por tele ...Ml
Real Rotate Por Halo..., }*T
Baal Eetate?Out Of Tows J"
Ruburban PropertF Por llAlo 1*1
To Kichango Bool BetAte D4
Vacant Lota Por dAla....... Ill
Wanted?Beal Batata. US
Miscellaneous? <
Auction Re loo
Legal Notloeo
Auction Mho jjj
Proposal* W
rl?lrvoy*nt* Ill
flplrltual Soloaiaa V.. lis
fkhool* aad Collefao. ..lis
"TSir'od ? Di.vteF IS'
DANGINO. I
Ay
KBl. BTAPFtJRD TmnERTON-Pormor
T&Kaar to Oottrado HofdRaa. May
?_K35jA*S3t5??tSJS
OLOVIS't. <11 IM. Private leaaaaa. Tie:
oaaraa. ? prt. a ad ? >!*??? M. W/ USI
HKATWW ; ?'* - ~
bari*4 or ii. .octeWjirlit
Cal!
Arthur C. Rend)e. Puaoral private on
Monday. October It. from hor lata
reeldoaco. Raitdl* MlgklABde. Ik. C. *
?08T AND FOUND
Ai^iv/^v^r W ,cW?
? r?rv4 . >?? ^
leather. 1m(>i*wb Pred
Nd Washington, cootatnln*
ward* If return** to Hll
OAT?Lady'' kteo. vicinity of IM and
J- ate. N. w. Reward, rat urn llll 141k
COLttS^-ta?AM eable, Imv'i ColttST
hU. Monday, rtndar call North III!
Ml ftoward.-:
DOG?Black and white setter; Va.
'Hmiim ?i collar. A. D. V
' BURR: 1SJ7 Habart N. W
Cel.~<74t. 0 . . f
OA tTNTLET~<>ua bine* kid. on ?lk at"
Vwwrt. .N, 1M. .
HAN!) B AO?-Black leatVar. lady'e. with
Walt kook -on Union ?n*lnfe and kill
fold andJnmi?c? <ertlflcala; Identi
fleet Ion frapera Nortk nil-J. Reward.
LOOT? BULLDOO. BrlndU. Wnalleh; an
.ewera la nam* of Happy; collar wlth
T*1 . Liberal reward If raturned
Immediately So 1101 r at. N. W.
Frank. I. N
Lo5t?AIradaie. named Brandy; llkoral
-ixqjara.
?H!5' ?*?
.reward. Phono Opium
1141 Ulrard pi. N w
diamond ? tnlaelng from oiaap. Liberal
?T"* ? Call Cine. I0T1 or 441 4th
INO-U'Uold. _aot w|th I diemellda and
jm?*14a. Thuraday. Reward. Call
Main lj?A Branch Ml.
RIM
Main 111*, Branch*in 1
KM A LI. diamond rln?. on Conn. pvo., be
tween H at. and Dupont Circle. Re
"?J'. O. Deebe, Senate Offlec
Building. Canltol.
? k?B
^TATCri?Monday nl?ht. at Le P.
?">?"> diamond watch; Tnononra
baolj. poward_ jH,K||y phonal*
Fq^t
fir**
it Le Paradla,
[ram on
IITI.
WIIND. Z
D?female for terrier* month ago.
*,M-11m Si m '
EAUTY PARLORS
B
HAV? yon ever tried ouf Crude Oil
?h'mpoo with elolot ray treatment T
WIU atop falMnr hair and auro dan
druff; Harper tonic apt ointment uaod:
'iff,
Kaloratna rd. N. 1114.
PACIAL end Scalp Treatment. Houra, It
?? ' P ?*? MADAM LA BLANC,
HI H at- M W? apt, i Mala IWl
USINK8S PERSONALS J
''k ) ' i1? J'* *-? * e ft
'|V it/xrunjijnjnrLru-L- -r.r.n_ry
MANICURING. Am* ?llu acalp treat
? meet. Ill llth at. nw.'
Swedlah. Carl Andereon. Ill
L rr*'"""?iUi J ?
PHTP'OTBIIRAPT ?LBCTROTMRRAPT
oeteattflcaliy ?lven; men and women.
BALM^OCOLmaWkS^T^d^S^
ft JnSy;itntjTL*g^r"
pUSOMlLI :
'WWONOTOR ATAlA-If' you" o"r"ll,
rrissd wishes to lesrn of a auccnaful
treatment, addreea 44 8. Oratolt Ave.,
Ml Clemene Mich
YOUR OLD FLOORS
DRKBSED VP NEW.
_ , AWU NCW PLOORS LAID.
C- ADAMS. 414 P at. N. W. Main. 14?T. ?
A8TROLOar REVKALH ? l.att-word
trial reading. lie; two oueotlona free;
atato klrth date. PROP. AUDREY
Dept. A-f, Bo? 11^ Wathlnston. D. C.?
APTBR to ll'Tlll. I wlf)
??V *?" reaponalkln for any toll la raft.
w i??. y.my,,Z'ri- JJJZ Day. William
_ W- Pay, ar., TIT ith 4. a. R. .
K 2OXi>R ,I'ir*?Lateat eclentlflc
Tt?op 7OUT "<rw,rt' *end
?Irth dais, tic itampi; utiiftctlon
^1r?,?w&LSEt ssagj
Parla. Prance.
PIANO toacber dealree puplla, very rea
aonakle. Mlae ANDIttWB. K "tll. ?
gPKtlAL
Nonctt
Settlers Attention
. |li5 PER ACRE
In Tomenattt Qrant, Peru. South Amer
!;*? .Coffee, a user, cotton. ta|>acco land
Plret colony leavaa U, B. March. l?l|
*?i* . . *?'' P^lC" to non
RtwllVJ2Z?3822lh JZrht?'an land
nfe VBLOPM KNT COT. II Columbua
. ana'Pranclece. ^
OffRIPT CHILD RUMMAGE
SALE 824 Indiana - ave., N. W.
October SO, to November 5.
Open day and night. Big bar
galna tn furniture and clothing.
PUSINE88 SERVICES
P OFFERED ft
HC1XIICR furntahed. planted; old hedaea
cut bark; apoclaV aoll and manuro;
lawne put In ftret-claae order. P. A
HCRRRLL ?T Ith at. a. C. L IIIT-J
^nrvy,rw
Moving anq storage
... u
?MOVING? .
PADDED VAHS FURNISHED
MM if at. N. W.
arORAOR. PACKINO AND snippwo
ALL PAPERING
PAINTING. . SI
PAPBR HANOtNO AND PAINTING.
Plret-claaa ,work; nrlrea the IdwMt; nil
work pnarnBleed: edtltnatea furrilahed
free JT P. Wheeler. Lincoln 4SII-W *
IJELP WANTED?
IH MAUI as
AOTOMOBILS
.. . INSTRUCTIONS.
Mechanlca* practical repair couraa. Day
or evenlne claaoea.
Y. M. C. A. AUTO SCHOOL, -
* 1TI? O ST. N. W.
MAIN III#.
A REAL FUTUSS "
la nper tn ri'B trained In
FOREIGN TRADE.
Short Intenelvr tratnlna by experta. file
you for thle hl*h aalkrled prnfeaalon.
Tneeatlrate now. American Crmmeree
Aaa'n. <11 Star Ride'Mala III. Open
until I n. m.
AN INTELLIGENT PBRSON. either box.
may earn till to llll monthly corre
apondlns for newapapera; 111 to III
weekly In apare time: experience un
neceaaar? ? no cknvaaaln*; aublecta au>
BOY WANTED,
MUST KNOW HOW
TO CHANGE TIRES.
BRING REFERENCE.
COLUMBIA TIRE BARGAIN
HOUSE.
? 4M Pa. Ave. N. W. ?
BOT WANTED?One who can read
Apply ar'
WXstrt
ferred Apply after it o'clock Sunday.
QDAI.IT* PRINT SHOP
BOT?Colored, with wheel,' to' Work In
More end run errand a- /pply 111]
N?w Tork are. ..
B? - A DETRCTIVE?Oroal demand;
? einorlenee unneceaaary. Write
)I*PT III American Detect I TO Ira.
-Of- ???? >r^?Wk? N. T
PU?B^L?4RN-411 <f.k et. H. W.
COLLEGE MAN. >
A long-established corporation wilt
offer exceptional opportunity to
coDege or. technical srhoo! man,
about 24 years old, who eao qual
ify for a responsible poaltion;
five full particulars as to aduca
Bon. Might, weight and bnsiaass
' any., Addraaa box
YOUNa WOMEN
WE WANT YOU TO COME TO DU*
?* 'i LET US TELL YOU ABOUT THE GOOD
s WE HAVE TO OFFER YOUNG WOMEN BET
AND 26 YEARS OF AGE.
? ? ? ? ' 4 . ^ ?
BEGINNING
WE. FEEL SURE YOU WILL FIND INTEREST IN
^ AN INTERVIEW WITH OUR APPLICATION SUPER
VISOR. 1 . *
ROOM i, ? ' *;
I ,722 12TH ST. N. W. v j* *
1 * % ' V'** * ? ? 1
V v ~ . - - v ' " .? *
. TUB CHESAPEAKE ANB POTOMAC
TELEPHONE COMPANY. * '
WANTED.
A WOMAN WITH ACCOUNT
ANCY EXPERIENCE. WHO
* POSSESSES THE THREE
ATTRIBUTES OF SELF-CON
FIDENCE, TRUT HAND
HONESTY, TO BECOME
TREASURER OF A COM
PANY WITH Ra^l^^RE
NOW BEING DEVELOPED.
THE FIRST YEAR WILL DE
MAND EXCEPTIONAL HARD
WORK. NO INVESTMENT
REQUIRED. WRITE BOX
.153 FOR APPOINTMENT-.,__
ENROLL for Ore?? ohorthand kvKNMHO
vfrltlnf courae Tn K. or C.
STHOOU l?n M?" ava., beslnnlns
Tiftwtfuy ? _ i?????
EAR* tit weekly. eparl time. ^rttlng
St Lou to. Wo.
LiblM-6ar atenoaraphlc coame will
fit yo4 for a po^'jon "> *???? r "Ul
Boyd BcuilnoM ColUft, ltM ? *?
N W. * ?'*?? ?
NURSE?Settled colored; ?o leave city,
?.>..r help. 1*11 New Tork eve.
PHOTt^UArt ? ?.??? Ueae needed;
working ?trl peld f?r ,dea"
WOMAN?Cplored. for p??*l houae
work. Apply ??1 H et. N. E.
WOMAN?White or colored. for general
liwork fall H? t<h
TTELP WANTED?
It MALB < **
DETECTIVES n*eded everywhere; work
?t home or trftvol; bis Pay: Int.reet
In* work; no ^iperlenct
frte Information. INTERNATIONAL
mCTnrnVIC EXOfJANOK. Baltimore
Wldg.. CMcugft HI.
EN ROM. for Ores* ^ortheodend type
wrMm couree Tn the K_ OF C. EVE
NING SCHOOL. mi *?? *?
KtlialM Ttteeday. ? ?
BARN 121 W??kly. epare time. wrltln? tot
new epe pere. masailnee; e* p."up nee.,
detslte free. PRIM SYNDICATE. Ill
at. Loul*. Mo. _
| 25 LABORERS
wanted ?t Perk and Denwood ere. T?
wV-H'm^NV'B^JP^ASM
DISTRICT.
CHAOrrEURB for public haekln*. A?
nlr BLCA? TAXI CO.. Tl? B et. B E
EXPERIENCED butcher. Call
North 5796.
50 LABORERS
wonted at Rids* eve. and Bklt rwjlt
.Bilrer Sprlns. at T :!? *. m. Monday
WASHINGTON SUBURBAN BANITARi
district.
HAK^i tub -town to reflnlah chende
llera, braee bed. autoa. by new meth
od. $!? dally without eapH?l or ea
nerlence. Write Ounmetal Co.. H OhI.
<Wa(ur. HI.
MAN?With Kord car to put In window
die play aalary, and allowance for ear.
Addreae BOX A-?. Tlmoa office.
MEN are needed for iT. S. mall aervlce;
tut to tit': eaperlence or correepond
ence conree qnneceeaary. Write E. 8.
Bl.hOP- Bo? 1?1. Joplln. Mo. *
MEN In demend for poeltlone aa me
chanical'and architectural draftamen
pay Ins tit to ll?? a week; If you are
a carpenter, macblnlat. maeon. brick
layer. etc.. or If you hare had no ??
oerlence whatever, call #r phone for
partlculara. COLOMBIA* SCHOOL. OT
DRAPTINO. l?h and T att. N. W.
North ilii . .
IRN wanting railway et at Ion -office ??
att lone wltfc tran.portatlon furnlehod.
ft Louie. Mo ?
OPPORTUNITY
Three men. With or without eaperlence.
for permanent place oa city ealoa fierce.
Stert Immediately, aftlary and cotn
mtaalon; advancement If earned. Ap
ply after 4 at M4 Kr*a?e Building
first class;
WOOD WORKER ON
WAGON WORK. APPLY
MERCHANTS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. SHOP8,
REAR 2ND AND B ST8. N. W.
SALESMEN?To .ell retail haberdaehera
an up-to-date line of men'a knitted
neckwear aa a aide line; atralcht 10%
commleolon. P. * 0. KNIttINR
MILLS. II* Market Sj.. Phlla.. Penna.
TWO TINNKR8.
Apply T0> M at. N. W.
WANTED
At once, five men of .neat appearance
to eell *ooda on trMn; food run and
?teady work for the rlshi party; caeh
eocurity and blue ealt required; ea
perlence ndt neceaaary.
UNION NEWS COMPANY.
Office No. 1. E. Baecment Union Htktlon.
WX^VBD?rirat claea plumber and
eteam-fltter; non-union. J. J. Wuinn,
Culneper. V?.
xWANTED.
20 YOUNQ MEN
EXPERIENCED IN
MEN'S
FURNISHINGS.
APPLY MONDAY,
9:30 A. Mm
TO MR. PITTLE,
ARIEL SHIRT SHOP,
922 F ST. N. W.
^T-adV^Ln,nVU;nT^'.n;
ttlt AmCrloan Rids . Clnolnna.l,
EXPERIENCE*) colored girl to feel* rmr?
?safc>?#tu,K^?s
OIRL wanted for general homework;
must have references. 441 ftn. K w
THE CHESAPEAKE AND
POTOMAC TELEPHONE .
company \
IS OFFERING EXCELLENT
EMPLOYMENT TO A
LIMITED NUMBER
OF ALERT,
ENERGETIC YOUNG
?c WOMEN.
APPLY
ROOM 1.
722 12TH ST. N. W.
WOMAN,.high school graduate. former
teacher preferred. Initiative and good
personality, for poaltlofr paying l!(l
monthly upward to rlfht person; per
manency. write 0. E. Farquhar. IT
East 4 2d St.. New Tork. *
ITSLP WANTED?
H MALE AND FEMALE 2*
WANTED?Lady or gentleman of middle
age. with business ability. to handle ?
high-class specialty, sold o? a money
beck guarantee and highly remuner
ative; this la a dignified position, not
a house-to-house Job. No comneti
tlon; every person needs one some time
in life; business secured through ad
vertising and of floe ealee; big pro;lie
and pleasant work. Address RAPlCJi
APPLIANCE CO.. lit* Bradb'ftj?
Bldg, Los Angeles, Cpl. -
EMPLOYMENT.
WANTED HELP?Morning trork; rh?
woman, maid. Janitors, waiters, fie- ?
tor conductors snd waitresses.*
EQUITABLE EMPLOYMENT
BUREAU.
111* 1ITH ST. N. W. j
Bl'SBOYS. waiters, cooks. Usndr??se?
housemen, etc. wanta4; ftlkfs fk
change. 1?1 1Mb at- ?
CIV>L SERVICE
?#*11 Come study preparation, eler
4. Three -l "
nam. .No*. 4. Three ? pamphlets wit
answsrs and diagrams. II. Will b
glad to. a Merer Question* Pleaae cil
grTc^sfc. if* flu
Help wanted^- 9 . B0-*: 11 * id*-'
AGENTS V ?
AGENTS?Sell nsoesfcltlee Ilka tes^ iro%
fee. baking powder, flavors. soap*, per
. fumes and other produete: used sv*r>
day la the year; repeat ovar and ever
again; every home a customer ami
regular user; the atnsrt and expert
eneod agents handle thia- line, why no'
youT Write today for money-ms Kin*
flan. Don't delay, territory roily
est." AMBRtCAN PRODUCTS o<T
>111 *mf^inn B1 djr.. Clnclnaatl. fth'1'
RISK a poeta) and laarn hey to star'
profitable business without espltal m
experience; ??? weekly easy; sHverlq*
mirrors, reflnlshlng tableware, reflect -
ore. plating; complete outfit furnished
International Laboratories, Dspt 144
'?? f'tth ave.. New Torft.
AGENTS?Early agents 0tt the big holt
day orders for guaranteed Xmae
hoelery; Xmaa card- with every sal*
you take orders, we deliver and collect.
your pay dally; outfit furnished rop
tains all colors, I.lsls silk and heath
era. Mac-O-Chee Mills Co. rail M?
ClwlWII. Ohio. . . ' '
RELIABLE man wasted In each (own
for Mpeclal advertlalng work; IIS ?
weal to map who can nroduga satis
factory results; evparlnice Unecas
aary; opportunity (or prdmotKMI: ref
erencee required. Address EASTERN
COMPANT. II North Waahlagtoa .at.
EVERYBODY usaa extracts; sell Duo
double strength extracts; complete
line lioaeehora necessities; big re Met
? Write today. DUO CO.. Dept.
E-lla. Attica. S. ?
-W*
EVERY aato owner, motorrnan. VM
glneer needs vMtpoafret dollar wfcM
shleld cleaner; medicated felt warka
wonders; one rUb. nreatot glaaa stays
WANTED?Agents tor sal* , ?t~
dlers' Record and *"" '*?k?
I cate; good profits to worfcett; m
1 lie fi. H. STRATTON. Chattanooga.
' Tenn. ?*>
CANDTMAKINO BUSINESS?W<
yon. Home, or anyfehere. Pur
everything. We buy your candy.
?5
CO.. Philadelphia, Pa.
nnpoo. tAc bay ruth
manes our rive-pfec* II combination
sell for |1 eooa as shown; agaata. Its;
^.T'^iTeV^aS? WC>RM. }?
Park place, N. Y
WHY work for othersT MMa *nd?ea?
your own goods; we aire** >oti ?IWWi
free book explains everything. KMT
I SCIENTIFIC LABS.. lit lC ManVof.
Richmond. Va ' \ ? . *
KTPfO painting and top VspadrKtg . pays
up to fllfl weekly In y?ur awi? towtl
Wholq or apare time. We tell you how
I free. Central Co, ft* Main at. Lou is
a, * i r
HELP* WANTED?
n salesmen t. n
SIDE LINE SALESMAN tailing an sots
mobile sccessory dealers can saeure an
exceptionally attractive connection
with old-established, reeponelble house
netting high rommJssloaa. Write far
full particulars. Dad's notaries
SALESMAN ? Sends
avgry ?ee
SI
I Soylston. Boston, Mass.
SALESTfteN?We wani eevaral mare
salesmen af extraordinary sbUlty to
Mil Advertising Novattfcs and Cal-n
dars, atartlng January l?tl; 144 dtf
| farent advertising novelties] III ' dlf
I fbrant calaadars; larva tarrftorv, lib
, era I compenaatlon. aifracllv* bagus eg
flAt.TOMAV wanted ?M popular v>rl*-?,l
merchant tallnetng en^ aCtNIVu> estah
llehtnent, capable of window dreaetnl
Tlniee affloe. ,
^ r^itfTiSfcy
radai aelary j<ld eontn ileal oh AM?R
? ^AN BQTft.l|WQCO.. ILf q .t n"T>
QrriuTioN wanted
MALE .. Tl'. ^
YOUNO man54r.'"aa"rs" of' ags!" M?tfi'i.tl
wants paettlan. Inside or olitsNe t o:
. >
OENKRAI, hetipewvcK reliable ? lejane-t
woftiun Helen t4emikng. 1?. ? '
I'tfLkAK y'laeT ?f baftuia. ree~cbee
rata, ate.; gugrMtaad raaulla. Nat
termtnaiar Ca. ia? *th B! W. B. IT14

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