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THE. WASHINGTON HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1911.
Capital City Managers
Favor of New Rule.
Declaring: themselves strongly in faor
of that part of the report of the rules
committee which recommends the selec
tion of A and B teams at the beginning
of the season that the sections vote sep
arately on all questions which pertain
solely to themselves, the Capital City
League held a Ions meeting at the office
of President James A. O'Shea, in the Cen
tury Building yesterday morning, which
was attended by all of the managers of
, Last year the Capital City League and
other organizations in section A were
considerably handicapped by having rep
resentatives of section B vote on ques
tions which pertained solely to section A
matters. In the naming of umpires for
the games, the selection of grounds, and
like matters. Capital City men think sec
tion A was given a raw deal.
The league demands a separation of
the two sections, and at Saturdays meet
ing this fact will be officially communi
cated to the commission
J Lengthy consideration of the rule rec
ommended by the rules committee, which,
if adopted, would bar out men who haie
played amateur ball in the past two
jearx. was one of the most Important
matters which came up yesterday. The
league is directly opposed to the prop--sitlon.
and if the rule is adopted as rec
ommended, the Capital City League will
buck the amateur commission and .play
"We want to stay with the commis
sion, and are going to do all that Is pos
sible to comply wilh any rules which teat
body makes," said President James A
O Shea after esterda.y's meeting, 'but
we cannot agree to a rule which bars out
all men who have plaed professional
baseball within the last two jears"
"In pla.6 of the rule submitted the Cap
ital City League suggests one which will
permit a plaer to go away and play for
money and return before June 1 without
being barred After the 1st of June, if
he returns, he will be unable to pla for
the rest of the season, continued Mr
"We feel that this i? as far as the
commission should go at this time"
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
) F1EST RACE-Four furlongs, maid"
Plir-t . . 110 I Trarmore
Iady of Palms.- 110 1 olettrr . . . 115
Voisant . . 110 1 Sauce . .115
Fireball . 110 I ankee Lotus
V. H Kord 113 1 twiUMi . . US
Prince (.tap 113 1 Mncn Jimm . II'
Worth 113 1 hief Jaikvm .115
SB OMi HWVIiw turlursa maiden thrre-year-olds
and upward vllirc
Choptaak 36 I Marm . 1M
Appasmnata. . 1C I I rk Raker - 104
fSum Hill "" i I'np - 1M
Home Bryan . . J I Klr-som .... I'M
Ortara- . . 9)il.i: Ullc . .. let
Lrdia Lee 90 ' llonbv . ... 109
Danish dirt . . S3 ' Naruix. . . 11-
llubr KmcSt. . 9J I jr 1U
Myrtle Ma-ion M ,
THIRD RACK six iu-locs. three-year-olds and
Mrss Nett -
The Roval Pnnce
96 I Ir noizbi.r&. .. . 106
SS I Ida if) . . 1 r
9 I r alia. . 107
101 IMlv Ruluran. 'T
110 I Iloea (.rardc 110
104 I Frank Iurctll . 110
le three-year-olds nu-e
03 1 IVicnd Harry ... 103
103 I Lne Wire 112
Tom lUyward 109 I
FIFTH UAOK Four and one-half fm-Iocss, four-
year-olds and upward.
101 I ;oJder Pearl . . 1
J B. Robinson ..
101 Jaobite .. . . 107
105 1 hras. .. . 107
ltK Niclit Ml. 1CS
IX ! Rock t a-stlc . .. 110
ICfi . Sinfran . 110
1. Strike Out IK
. US i Austm sturterant. 11!
SIXTH R V B-Oi
and oce-aiit'enth miles, four
vear-olds ard upward onirs-
101 I Royal Rciort...
1'edicme. . ..
CapL. Swanson . .
. 1C2 I Dr Barkley
. 103!.Udm Castle .
. 107 I an Lac-. ..
FIRST RACE Four furlongs.
Mha Tie-nay .. .. W lerpland . 10H
Yo I"uedo . 101 linval IWI .... llu
Kdna S . 103 Helen John-snn ... llu
The lsltor 103I-f 110
Jack Lamar - VJ6 I Uilu IV-ill ... 11
Twcnty-ii Vj Great l"nar . ... lLi
SK.t).ND R-CE-Fitc 'urlonct
IxidyTandi . 102 I-cna ixvii ilO
Tara S Wl ! J-athe-r -tafford lLi
Venoren .. llil (Jeno Voim1s.. ... . lLi
WarJis . . 107 llitt-sir . 1L!
Rio Ilco 10S r M Kry 1U
Mike Mol'ett. 10S i ITaai. . . m
THIRD RACL One mile.
Rlnda 83 1 Dixie Itixon. IC-
Aphty D8 Marsot 103
Altaro. 33 IxAi Gates 119
FOLRTH RACB-terrn furlonga
t Zeth . . 91 I Jen Ilasey 1M
Mncklr- . 10 I John Inw . . . 1U,
Black Mate Jack Atkins. . . li)
Flyirc Wolf 100
FIFTH IHCE-Fire and one-half fnrlongs.
H'ri 56 Iad stalwart. . ... lit:
Indian t.lrl . . f Harrarra . . 102
Hiuron 9 tc-rjurndatinn . 1W2
tnnulro . luTl souUicrn LiKht... . lfti
Rorey l'fcy . loo Brave lUiers .. ltt
boon 102 I Rompc 109
SIXTH RACB-One mile
Helen ott . FT Rofr-rt .... 39
"nti Bnmott. ... V) sam Itarlirr. jjs
GramcrcT . .. Frt Mulbolland.. l'tj
. TURNER TACRXES PR0K0S.
Greeli Champion Confident of Vic
tory Over Washincton Grnppler.
Jim Prokos. Greek champion of Eng
land and America, and Joe Turner, who
defeated Sam Anderson, middle-weight
champion of tho world last Friday night
at tho Gayety Theater, will clash to
morrow night at the Center Market Ar-rr.oi-v
Prokos is confident of victory, saying:
Forty days and nights of fasting
Help a man to bear his Ills
And save up the weekly salaries.
So's to pay the Easter bills.
Find her husband.
- ,. ANSWER TO SATURDAY'S PUZZLE.
Proper side op. under girl's hat.
"When I am through with Turner he
will go back to his school in Charlotte,
N. C. and neer come back."
In the preliminaries Young Turner, me
i'-eiiinitn u!t-ari,hr vrtll tackle two
local grapplcrs Another good match be
tween two unknown aspirants iui " -ling
honors has been arranged.
FIRST RACE-Four furloncs. G"3 Fmr
(Bums). 8 to 1. won. Thattle Rose 113 (Molcsworth).
3 toL second; Dams.i. 105 (Rio). 5 to 1. third
Tune, 0 17 3-5. Slecpland, llasalo. Helen Johnson,
Frazzle, and Tic Thomas alio ran.
SECOND RACE-Six furlonss. Gemmel. 112
(Reid). 7 to 2, won. Arconaut. 110 (Nolan). 3 to 1.
-cond; Biskra. 110 (Cotton). 10 to 1 third. Time,
1 13 VS. Judith Page, St. Joe. Klamesha II. Gcorse
Shand. Aunt Nancj Ilansdale. Inclement, W. T.
Overton, and Ashncll also ran.
THIRD RACK-Fite fnrloccs. John Gnffin II.
103 (Itice), 4 to 1. won; I'nde ol Ijsmrre, 104 (No
lan). 6 to I. second; Charultepuc, III (MoIcMrurth).
S to 5. thud. Time. 0 J3 1 S. Dr. Smoot, Uobb
Boyer, and Balronia also ran.
I-ilURTH RACE-One rui'o atd ooo furlong. Chi
huahua Handicap. 52.00 Taluc, Meadow, 115 (Moles
wortli), 6 to 5 won Ocean Queen. 97 (Garner). 4
to 1. second; Cberryola. 110 (Moore). 6 to 1. third.
Time. 15) 1-5. Taboo and Helmet also ran.
FIFTH RACE-faix furloiics. Romrac. 108 (SIr
CullooEh). 5 to 2. won. bhot. 108 (Oans). 4 to 1.
second; Bunrmcrume. 105 (Ctaaj). 2) to 1. third.
Time, 1.13 4-5. Commendation, Mamie Wood. Hsie.
Bcatnco South, Petite Oucau. Jim JIc, and Twick
enham abv ran.
SEXTO ItACl-One mile and one furlonc. Round
and Round. 105 (Garner). 6 to 5. won; Hanms. lttj
(Reynolds), 6 to 1 si-cocd. Lucky Mono, US (Moles
worth), 5 to 1. third. Tunc, 133 4-5. Buna, Uad
News, Alama Boy, aid Smiley Metzaer also ran.
BUSY WEEK AHEAD.
Mnc Uameii Scheduled for High
Nine games are scheduled for the high
schools this week. To-day Technical
meets American Security ond Trust Com
pany at Fifth street and Florida avenue
northeast, while on Wednesday Central
plajs tho Georgetown Preps, Business and
Gallaudet clash at Kendall Green, West
ern meets Straer's Business College at
Thirtj-lifth street and Wisconsin avenue,
and Eastern journes to College Park to
tackle the llarjland Aggies.
Onl one game is scheduled for Friday,
Eastern plajing the Senate team at Sev
enteenth and F streets northeast.
Saturday is another busy day on the
scholastic calendar Technical goes to
Orange, Va., to pliy Woodbcrry Forest;
Business will journej to Alexandria and
tackle Episcopal High, while Central will
meet the strong ?iler Spring team, of the
With the opening game of the high
school crn s four wetk: off. the trams
will begin .Tk in earnest. The coaches
are fa&t weeding ou' the undesirable ma
terial, and will strive for teamwork from
DAILY COURT RECORD
(atardc3, Marrli -3, 11)11.)
Conrt of Appeals.
Ad.H.UT!ed from da tj la.
Equity Conrt Jfo. 2.
Assignment for Mondav March
o 13G. Hrd s. YuincT Vttomey McLean &
Funl Larncr. Letter limey A. U oodard.
Circuit Conrt o. 1.
Jl sTK K VNDMISOV
Asj'snmcnt.'. f'r Monday March 27
i X5. lMcs lb. OaicM. Attorreys, Staddcn &
No SIX si-hrrd t Ci'y and uburSan RaCway
( icpany. AUornejj. D-s i. Rothschild Darlics
No 2C0 Kma rs. Nash Uomrys. Lambert &
eatman Birnev i lard
No. 350 Fitch vs. Iitnrt of Columbia. Attor
upts TimUat A. i eatman Thomas.
No 2f Warren fc Tho-npson su rtt Comraay.
tt meys, Ho.ewcll A. Maiher blnan A. Ireh
No XI BenUn is. ItaJtimore and Ohio Railroad
Cmpany. Attorneys. Dar-. Peyser i. Taylor Ham
No. S.V Harlan jr r. bulliraa Attorneys.
Ridout Oltaro A O amberlir
No 33 W arrrn ts. A-acftla and Potrmac RiTer
Railmad C'omiany Attomoys Berry A, Dowmn;
No SI CSrtrr vs. rhideter. Atto-neys. Jones
1ickseale3-W ,f &. IE nlr; a"d Pi sh
No 275. jocs ts. Moi-rc & HilL Attorneys, Rid
Circnit Conrt No. 2.
Assinmcnta fcr Morday. March 27
No 315. Dcnaldn i Diitrict of Columbia. At
torney (littini S, OhamDcim Tcs-s
No. 30 inincs r. Dfi&as et al Attorneys, Cor
nden A. Bailey jroe A Doraldson.
.No, 2C3. lirumke. aJministratnx. ts. Capital
Traction ompany. AUomeys, Gardiner rerry &
Son and Dcnlop
No 312. Wndenl is. Same. Attorneys, Dand
Perry A boa and Dunlop
Nn Ml. McGarrej t Capital Tea Company.
Attorneys. Datid A. Newmyer Perry & Son and
No 236. War-tn s. Rcrcliart. Attorneys. Bmej
& Woodard Tobnner
No. 2L IVopleii Natitmal Bank ts. Winship et
al ito-neys. McNeill A McTeill Wilson &
No 332. Smith t. Cap tal Traction Company. At-
tomeyi t,anlmrr Perry & Son ard Dunlop.
No 1C2. McBlair ts. Dtotrict of Columbra. At
torreyi, I!id( ut Thomas!
No 4. Parson. t District of Columbia. At
torneys. Kidiut Thoma
No. 1JV Be-all t Lmtc-d States Trust Conrpany.
AUcrreys, Lambert A. 1 eatman Docr4as. Baker A.
No Zin Hallcr ts. Washmstnn Tunes Com
pany Attorneys Gardiner Lambert.
Criminal Court 'o. 1.
Aisnmcnt for Monday, March 27
Lmted Statei ts. Antonio Sacnni.
Criminal Conrt No. a.
CHIEF JFSTICE LLABACGU.
Assttmments for Mondaj, March 27
Estate of Michael T. Burns, certiorari calendar.
( V) Mark tb. Cohen. Attomers, Penneboker, Ca
rnal. Jones A. fahinn Wolf A. Roeenbcrc.
No. 1 Warner ts. Costmctt. Attorneys, HawJl
Biroer A Woodard.
No 1-B Lycn ts. Home. AtiomcTS, Ridoul
No. 4. Bnushton ts. Les. Attorneys, Barnard A.
Johnson Jcfords A. BealL
No. 8. Lawsuei ts. Oppimbermer. Attorneys,
Tliere is said to be one rat to erery acre of
ground in Lnland and Wales, causm? a loss to
agriculturist estimated at j73,O00.000 a year.
Txr a c-,xt
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Don t fail to Pahrast and
mniilt her on'liLJ L'T.XTA Card Reader.
business. )mt, X n TiHITJ n,
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WORKINGMEN. TO GET THE MOST
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Jl STH'b OLD STAND. 61 D
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Hours, 9 30 to 6. Colorado Bldg. Corridor
M NICURING AND SHAMPOOING
Mrs Brown Van Nfs The Mllford.
(23 M nw 'Phone N 7659 71-tf
MISS WELLS. PROFESSIONAL MANT-
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3545 Open Sundaj-. 43-tf
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rORTY YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING
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Special and private ailments of both
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Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to 6 30, Sundays. 10
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Cornell Ilockey Team Get "C" for
Ithaca, N. Y.. March "6. The members
of the Cornell hockey team, which won
the intercollegiate champlonshin and
went through the entire season without a
single defeat, havo all been awarded the
varsity's letter by the university ath
letic council, an honor which up to
this tlmo has been restricted in the case
of minor sport teams to a few specially
brilliant players. The hockey "C" was
awarded to Capt Magner, Crasweller,
Vincent Evans, Schen, Vail, and Haist
The council also voted the basket-ball
"C" to ,fouT men who have been playing
for; several years, Capt Bennett Blum
enauer. Heath, and TwendelL ,
J. C Etrahan, of New York aty. has
been appointed assistant manager of the
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USED UPRIGHT PIANOS.
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Victoria: battene pood, car In first
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rOR SALE WASHINGTON FOUR
passenger, full equipped. Al condition,
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Maxwell touring cnr. Jackson touring
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Repairing Kord Can a Specialty.
Call SIR. BOWERS. Manager.
MECHANICS' AUTO REPAIR CO.
Bear 123) L tx. nw. 'Psoo M. TTQ.
GEORGE W. BEILI.,
WHY PAY $250 FOR A MOTOR
cj'clo" We can gle ou as good
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427 10th st nw SS
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE 1911 READ
lng Standard, more real Improvements
than any machine on he market. We
want jou to see and to try this motor
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PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING.
also signs: more than 20 years In busi
ness. C. G. YOUNGER. 42S N. J. ave. nw.
We are prepared to do your work at
once All work guaranteed.
IDEAL WALL PAPER CO.,
523V2 SECOND ST. NE.
OUR MOTTO, best work for least money.
Consult us before going elsewhere. OS
CAR HUTH, 221 C st ne. Line. 3363. 157
ROOMS PAPERED, $3 UP.
Woodwork painted 1 coat Free. 'Phone
or write J. H. BECKWITH. 516 7th ne.
ROOMS PAPERED. $3 AND UP. SE-
lect stock. Painting and decorating. C.
OLSON. 613 F st 'Phone Tak. 154. 246-tf
CONTRACTOR Motors, supplies, repair
ing, ore, esumaies ciicciiuiijr luruusiieu.
M- Fulton Harty. 1335 F st 'Phone M. 1593.
WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING
YOU'LL WEAR JIXXJKEN'S SMILE
If you have., the "Acme" do younrra
dow, office, and house cleaning. ACME
WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 821 Q St. &W.
'Phone Mala 7159. . .
NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR ROOM;
other rooms on same floor with bath;
$2 and up. 407 G st. nw. S7
COMFORTABLE SECOND AND THIRD
floor front rooms, southern exposure;
special rates to government employes;
board if desired. &07 H st nw. 87
ROOM AND BOARD.
606 22D ST. THREE NICE ROOMS;
good location; heat and gas; private
816 18TH ST. LARGE FRONT ROOM
and one single room, with board. SS
CUMBERLAND APARTMENT HOUSE
Cafe, corner Thomas circle and 14th st ;
$2(i per month; breakfast, 35c; dinner, 50c.
Cateress. Mrs. H A. DOE. 114
937 MASS. AVE. NW. TABLE BOARD;
fine home cooking; terms reasonable.
TOE TENNESSEE, ne. cor. 3d S. G nw.
Three blocks of Union Station: very
reasonable rates. 'Phone Main S035.
WHERE TO DINE.
Is it that so many remark
' Such a nice place to board'" Why. It's
al the Columbia Cafe, 227 New Jersey
ave. nw. Notice the large black and
white sign on the wall. 86
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
FOR RENT FIVE OR TIHtEE ROOMS,
arranged for housekeeping; hath, ex
tra storage; rent $16 and $10. 2620 K st
THE NEW LOGAN,
13TH AND IOWA CIRCLE
BEST RATES FOR ROTH ROOMS AND
TWO CHEAP APARTMENTS.
G35 14th st. ne 4 rooms, bath. only.. $15 00
CS Florence st, 4 rooms, liath. only.. 1X50
BOTH OPEN SEE THEM TO-DAY.
GARDINER S. DENT. Inc., 812 11th.
ATTRACTIVE SMALL APARTMENTS.
2145 N st nw Parlor floor, two large
rooms, ba wlnilow, elegantly decorated,
with kitchenette or with barement
kitchen if desired. $25 Second floor, two
similar rooms, with alcoc. $22.50. Third
floor, three room. private bath, $22.50.
II M. TAYIJ3R, 617 14th st 82-tf
FOR RENT HOUSES.
1(13 Sth . nw Mr b.. cellar, rent J15.S)
Til P at. nw. Sr & b.. litrolw hiat . . S 50
M2 Hbcphcrd st nw., 6r fc b , furnace heat- ZS.50
1351 Corcoran si. nw . 8r A. b.. newly p. i. p. 57 50
2112 II st. nw , ltr i b.. furnace heat . .. tirt)
515 6th at. nw Hr i b. hot water heat f.60
3T22 Center st. nw.. Cr & b furnace heat.. 2150
1L3 S st. nw. 9r A. b, furnace heat. 2S.M
2 (lark il nw near Gcorcctown, Cr . w. 4 a. 12.3)
D. II. JOILVSO CO., ISO.1 U KU nw.
82. M K
501 Stanton pi ne 131 Ind. ar nw. It)r. JW70
16r ZAMtlS Inmz nw Jr . Si
15f 9th s; ni lOr . X.GO'IJIJ norcoran nw St.. SCO
450 Mo m !r .27 jOTHVi 8th nw. 6r . 25.50
10M -N J ar nw Or 27.50 SB I. nw 8.- 2!.50
1541 Col f-t nw 8r 11 'r'235 id Jt nw. Or . . 4j.SD
23 P.rrant nw 6r iL50;2LTO l. st nw 8r .. .. 13 50
213 3d st v Gr . H9) 15Z! 3d nw. Gr 16.50
m iTins t nw 6r 1HW !32 Ilth se. 7r 15.M
51S Uth sw Cr lVl.ni 13th sw 5r .. .. II M
fK Stli & 4r 15.00M35 (' w !r . . 13 50
12 7th ne Sr . HOCllln UrcXman . Cr. 1650
UK) I2th nw Sr '6 502312 6th nw. 5r 13.50
ilS Uth nw C- 16.501
Pbone n wnte !rr oirr free rent lfat
A. S. C i OOI), fir . live. rtT.
I OR RENT
132H I st . 6 rooms $14 00
CO North Carolina ac. . ... 25.00
339 Cedar st. nw , store & dwelling . 25 fo
201 Brooks court, 4 rooms S.W
1349 Md ave. ne , 5 roens. bath 1C00
R4 L st se.. 4 rooms and bath 10 50
5C6 11th st nw 'Phone. Main 2S63.
1323 Emerson. 6r . bath (renovated). .$20 00
401 12th st se (cor ). 6 rooms, bath . 20 00
1521 Corcoran st nw 8 rorms, bath.. 32 7)
1215 B st "ic , 8 rooms and bath .. .. 2S00
229 10th st ne . 6 rooms t.nd bath .. 19 Ji
401 B st no (largp cor lot) 4 rooms. 14 00
210 2d st ne . 7 rooms, bnth, cellar . 30 00
CHAS. A. SHIELDS, 1336 N. Y. aie. nw.
FOR REXT-TS V NW. CHEAP TO IM
medlate tenant. 3 stories, S rooms, bath,
pantry, linen-room, ccc; perfect condi
tion. OWNER. 42 V nw 45-tf
THIS IS STRICTLY A BUSINESS OP
portunltj for a man of business ability ,
with a reasonable amount of cash capi
tal. I bought this business eight months
ago for $10,000. and have been unable to
gue it proper attention on account of
m other Interests. I v. ill gic a half
Interest to the right party for a reason
able amount of cash, and guarantee it
will net between $S,000 and $12,000 profit
jcr anntim. No has-beens need answer
Address BOX 23. Herald office. SS
IF YOU WANT THE "MOSTEST" AND
"hestest" for the "leastest" In the
Printing Art give our next order to the
Carpenter Printing Co , 1315 N. Y. ave.
nw. 'Phone. Main 24SX 78-tf
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN LET US MAKE
your new loans or replace old ones at
lowest rates of interest All transactions
conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS &
CO . 1407 F st. nw. 6Stf
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL
estate Lowest rates of interest Pay
ments on principal in amounts of $100 or
more received at anv interest period.
THE F. II. SMITH CO.. Bond Building.
1408 N. Y. ave. 21-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED
city real estate at lowest current rates
of interest: special privileges-with respect
to prior payments. TYLER & RUTHER
FORD, lnc 730 15th st nw. 63-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
MOVED TO 813 G ST. NW.
VACUUM CLEANING MACHINES.
Resins, Diamond. Richmond, Maclc. DnsUer.
Hoorer, all other makes; free demacstratfori la
borne; prices. $5 to $123. cash or time. Call Main
1155. NATIONAL, tth and D nw. 1U
OFFICK OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Cbrombia, Washington. March 24. Gil
Sealed proposals will bo readied at this oflcc until
2 o'clock p. m.. MONDAY. APRIL 3, 131U forjur
niM"f four drawicj cases, mora cr less, and twes-ty-fiie
drawing tables, more or less, for rise in the
Rnsioess High School, this atj. Sprdfcatlons,
form of proposal, and cccssnrr information mar be
obtained upon application to the Propertr Clerk
D. Q. Room 333. District Bnlldhic. CUNO H.
RDDOLPn. JOHN A. JOHNSTON. B. M. MARK
HAM (Aetna), Commissioners, 1. U. mh2U7S
THE LIBRARY PRESS. SUCCESSOR
to F. P. Llpplncott 335 Pa. ave. se.. for
Good Work, Promptness, and Fair Deal
ing. 'Phone, Lincoln 2366. 91
MOVING, PACKING, & STORING.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTE
ly fireproof storage. UNITED STATES
STORAGE CO.. 41S-120 10th st nw. 'Phone
Main 4229. ' 177-tf
FURNITURE. BAGGAGE. PIANOS. &c.
moved with care; packing and shliplng
a specialty. KRIEG'S EXPRESS. 1224
H st nw. 'Phona Main 2010. S3-ti
WASHINGTON ANTIQUE FURNITURE
shop. 2121 .Pa. ave.; West 51: repairing,
fine finishing, general furniture work.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
BROOKLuVND BARGAIN 7-room.
well-built frame; over 1-3 acre ground:
some fruit Price, $3,750.
D. II. JOH.NSO.N CO., 1303 H at. nvr.
A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. NORTH
west, near 7th and T sts. 7-roorn and
bath brick: faces two street car lines.
D. II. JOII.NSOrV CO., 131X1 II at. ott.
A SIX-ROOM AND BATH. RECEP
tion hall brick house, northwest Only
D. II. JOnSO.V COM 17MKI II at. nvr.
FOR SALE A SUBSTANTIAL INVEST
MENT. Five bricks; always rented: total
rental, $46 50 per month, while price for
all is only $3,750.
Four houses at $1,550 each; separately
or as a whole; each rented, $12 50; Just
eff of car line.
We hae properties In every part of
the District, w Ith prices rcnging from $1.
000 up. Consult Mr. CHAS. B. FONDA,
of my office; ho will be able to find you
what ou wish.
J. W. LATHAM, Evan Bldg.
A splendid 6-room cellar house near 11th
and ra. ave. re., in splendid condition,
Two well-pa j lng apartments near 14th
and Pa. ac. se , renting for $42 per
PRICE. S4 6C0
This is a good Investment
Several suburban lots. Wisconsin Ave.
Park and Chew Chase
S6 506 11th st. nw.
YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME
and pay for it with the rent you axe
now gning to jour landlord, by accept
ing the liberal offer we will make you
for the neatest six-room and bath bnck
dwelling on the market to-day. You can
l.uy It on terms of only $100 cash and pay
the balance in small monthly pavments
of $27 75. including all Interest. This Is
too good an opportunity for you to miss.
Don't delay investigating. BOX 13, Her
ald office. 90
FOR SALE NEW COLONIAL HOME.
$3,000; 6 rooms, pore-lain bath, hot
water heat. Renting $200 per year.
See OWM1R, 220 Colorado Bldg.
TWELVE-ROOM FURNISHED ROOM-
lng house at 210 C st nw ; rooms are
now occupied by permanent tenants. 87
nT nE nupiJCATnn for $rtr;oo.
FOR BUSINESS REASONS I MUST
move at once: will nell my cozy and
comfortable home on any terms that will
suit jou. 5 rooms, nearly new, modern;
east south, and webt exposures; bath,
gas, and coal ranges, furnace, good base
ment. 30 feet frontage: paed street: two
squares from car line, ery desirable;
strictlj- white neighborhood: come and
see th house, or 'phone. Columbia 448
OWNER. 5403 Sth st nw. 95
FOE SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE TO BE SACRIFICED AT
Owner must Ieae the city by April 1.
and will sell his beautiful home. E rooms,
bath, cellar, and attic, at a loss. Lot
lCor.130, a corner, surrounded by fine
hedge Porches, shade and fruit trees:
outbuildings An ideal suburban home;
highest elevation In the town
INVESTIGATE THIS UNUSUAL OP
PORTUNITY. IL L. RUST. 1400 H st nw.
FOR FARMS AND StBURBAN HOMES
call or write GEORGE M. BOND, 602
F st nw.. Washington. D. C 93
rOR SALE 13 ACRES LAND. ONE
block from electric station; a bargain
at $1,300. Also new S-room house, two
acrts. beautifully situated; price. $3,000;
easy terms. Write to
I). E. ICIDWELL, Duns toring, Va.
Most desirable place for residences In
Alex. Co. Va.; beautiful lots, with shade,
gas, new macadam road. 2 car lines, one
fere: choice lots, $200. Apply to H. W.
FEs'NEY. Courtlands Va.. or H. C.
MACK-ALL, Metropolitan Bank Building.
Washington. DC 214
Let us plate or refinish your table sil-
verware, gas fixtures, brass beds, &c
An) thing made like new. Drop a postal
or 'phone M. 7043 and agent will call.
SCHWEIZER & CO .
508-510 F st nw. 171
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
Published only as information, not guaranteed.
1231 noon week days Pullman l"arIor Car Wash
racton to Newport News, Norfolk, and Old Point
Comfort ria Wash. So.. R., F. A P.. Richmond.
and a & O. Ry. DirJcc ear.
ISO p. m. daily WESTERN EXPRESS to Vir
ginia, West Ylrsiirla, and Kentucky points. Pun
man sleepers to Cincinnati and Louisrille. Parlor
Car to Virjinia Hot Epruup week days. C i. O.
30 p. m. dally ST. LOUIS-CHICAGO SPE
CIAL. Solid train to St. Louis, with l-ullnan
sleepers to Chicago. Steps only at important sta
tions. Pullman's finest erpripmest and C & O.
dining car, serrice a la carte.
naa jv m. dally-F. F V. LIMITED to the
West Southwest, and Northwest. PnlTman ilami
to Virginia Hot Spnugs. CtnannaU. and Louisrille.
Cincinnati sleeper open for occupancy 10 p. n.
C & O. dining car. serrice a la carte.
Ticket Oflees. 513 Pa. are.. 1323 F st. and Onion
Station. 'Phones. Main 10E8. 2X6. and 1380.
BALTIMOBE & OHIO RAIEB0AIX
LEAVE UNION STATION.
ROYAL BLUE LHVE
-EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUBV
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW YORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY STREET
and W. TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
VHO. TSSO Oloyal Special. hours). SH0 ntayU
Special), '11:00 a. m.. laTO. 3S0 (Royal Lrmtted. 3
hours). "50. sS0 p. m. ind 12:13 Bight. 232 , m.
Diners and Parlor Cars on day tntr Sleepers on
CaS rdght open at 1020 p. m.
Philadelphia and Atlantic City. rf30, "Jao. IISS
a. m., ISO. 30. 11-00 p. m.
"EVERY HODR ON THE HOTTR."
fWeek djys. H)0 a. m. to 19:00 p. m.1
232. tSSO. T630, T30. tft tSiTO. "33). 9.
fiao. 10SO, 11110 a. m., 12iD noon. fl2-0l 1X0
H35. H0. "3-00. t320, t3i. I4-S0. t4. SSO.'
11153. sa). 1SS0. "620. 17S0. , tSXML im
1S:W, 11 30, n2a5 night
CHTOAOO. 9-10 a. m.. lat "Sa p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND LOTJISTILLB.
933 a. m "430 p. m.. J2:W night
PITTSBDRO. 9J0 a. m., 132, 5ao p. ox. 1237
night (Sleeper Teady 10 p. m.)
CLEVELAND. 930 p. m. COLUMBUS. 330 p. m.
WHEELINO. 9J8 a. m.. 530 p. ra.
Schedules of local train at ticket offices.
Difly. tExcrpt Sunday. Sunday only.
TELEPHONES at following Ticket Odces: HIT O
ft. tnr.. Main 1391: 513 Pennirlranla are.. Main Si;
Union Station oOce. Main T3SB.
N0BF0LK & WESTEBIT BWY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, L
Leant Washington. New Union Station.
t0 a. ol Daily-All poictj on Norfolk and Wef
3a th n. Dafty Rocnoka, Bristol. Wmatoo-Ba-lem.
EooxTfTle. ChattiDoocS NswjTtne. New Ot
tana. Through Sleeper. Dlnteg Can.
439 tv m. For Biistol. KnozriUe. Chalttnoofi,
HuhrOlt. and Memphis, Washington MempcJ
ahtpu open 13 p. ra.
For Norfolk Lear Washington. 420 a. m. daOf.
antre Jlorfelk. US a. nv; nffl noon daDy. arrlfa
rtarfolk, 53 p. .ra. weekdays. Lean Richmond.
(troday. 4J9 n. m.. arrtn Norfolk. 130 p. ra.
lal p. m. Dally BernrrUIc, Lnray. Shenandoaa.
Tram rrcm the Southwest antra (US a. nv. 1431
p. nu, and 11:11 a. a.
All tgdornutlon FuuilaaiOi atnat and Sts Tort
BY DEALING "WITH ME. EVERY
I.OANS ON FtmNaTCRB, PIANOS,
INDORSED, NOTESf SALARIES.
Room 3W. JhletroyoUtsua Bamk Bid.
., (OS 13tk. tW.O. TrimMTT.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Chancery sale of that
valuable real estate known
as the Victoria Apartment
House, situated at the cor
ner of 14th and Clifton
Bx Tirtuo of a decree of the Supreme Cbnrt of
the District of Columbia, passed in eqmtj eaaso
No. 20773. we. the undersiRned trustees, will eell at
iniblic auction, in front of the premises, on MON
DAY. TUB TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY Or
MARCH. 1911. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
T. M . the following described land and premises,
situated in the aty of Washington, in th Drstxict
of Columbia, namely Parts of lots one and two in
block forty rite in V. C Hill's subdiTision of tho
Middle Grounds of Colomb.a Cnlierslty. now called
"DnlTersity Park." a said eubdiiision is recorded
in the ofhee of the snrreyor of the District of Co
lombia in County Book 6, paco 5. described as fol
lows. BenminB at the northeast comer of said
let one. said romt beirs also the intersection of
Fourteenth street and Wdline place (now Clifton,
street), and running thence southerly with the lin
cf Fourteenth street cue hundred and twenty feet,
thence westerly in a line DralII wilh tho line of
Welling place (now Clifton street) one hundred
and twenty four feet; thenee northerly in -x hno
parallel with the line of Kotirtcenth street one hun
dred and twenty feet to Wellias pare (now Clifton
street), and thence oui-rt alons the line of Wel
ling place (now Clifton street) ono hundred and
twenty four feet to tho becinntns. together with,
the easement in faior of and for the benefit of said
property m. upon, and orcr a stnp of land, ten feet.
In width, extending along the west and south side
of the said property aa aforesaid, upon the following
terms of sale, namely Oce-thirrl or tne purchaso
money in cash, one-third in one year, and one-third
in tvn rturn esr all rajh at the wrrchafler"s ODtlon.
I the deferred payments, if any. to be represented by"
the promissory notes of the purchaser, bearing aat
on the date of sale, with interest at the rate of 5 per
centum rxt annum, payab'e scni annually, and se
cured by a first deed of trust upon the property
A dcrwnt of J2.jM will be mruired of tha pur
chaser at the time of sale. All cuuieyandag and
recording at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of
sale to b complied with within thirty days from
date of eale. otherwise the trustees reserre the right
to resell at the risk and cost of the drfxnltma.
purchaser, after fle days' adTertisemcnt of sueb
ale in some newspaper published in tha aty of
Washington. D. C
BRA1NARD H. WARNER. Trustrt.
918 F st T.
FREDERICK W IfcREYNOLDS. Trotee.
DAVID C. GRAYSON. Trustee.
mhl3-9t 411 G it n.
C. L. Rrchardson. contractor and builder
general house repairing; superintend.
or work percentage. 703 3d nw. M. S02S.
GIBBS. THE CARPENTER; REPAIR-
lng and remodeling: no Job too difficult
16S L. st nw. 'Phone North 3S07. 309-180t
The only place in town to havo your
auto lamps and radiator repaired.
MOORE & CO.. 306 John Marshall Place.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
BCENA BI.4.CK-1IKAD MAP.
Unsurpassed for treatrr i of tho skin.
MISS CADMAN. 72S Ilia st nw.
23-tf 'Phone M TSL
We make loans on Furniture. Pianos,
and Teams, and can save jou from
$2.50 TO $10.00
(regulated by the amount borrowed) on.
Mutual Loan Co.,
700 NINTH STREET,
'Phone M. 1574. Second Floor.
To Persons Not in U. S. Employ.
YOUR PLAIN NOTE, NO INDORSERS.
CITIZENS LOAN CO.,
406 Commercial Bank Building,
Northwest Corner 11th and G Sts.
Elevator to Fourth Floor.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE,
Women kepplnjr house, and others: cheap
est rates; easy payments. H. ELWOOD.
Room 416. 400 7th St. 45-tf
A Philanthropic InstitxxfloR.
References Any financial tn
stitutioa in the aty. Redemp
tions yyt'lfli from pawshrokera
and sew loans issued at great
ly reduced aansg to the bcr-
PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOC1BTT.
Ground floor. N. W. Cor. 12th and G sts.
Prints side entrance. Trauaactioca stnetly con
You Carry the Loan
As Long as You Like.
Other companies 'will charge) 7cm S3J3
per month for tho same loan. We male
no other charge. Nothing deducted -for-papcrs,
recording;, commissions. Sac IC
you are carryins; n. loan now, you cane
save money by making a loan with us.
Wo will pay oft tho other company and)
give you the advantage of our low rates.
No payment for two months.
Rational Loan & Investment Co.
Thompson Bide. 703 J5th St. X. CT-
Bet. G St. and 14. Y. Ave.
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY1
IS in too seed, to ret
ONE MONTH FREB.
Fcr Housekeepers. WccklBjroen. and other
at charges that honest people can afford to
pay, without any of the otrjecnonahla Ira
lures cf a rrsalar r"urnitura Loan Ux
S23.00 In iDatnllments of UD
S50.00 In Installment of S2.40
$10aOO In Installments of 4L3S
NO OTHER. CIIATtGES.
Weekly or monthly paymects.
I 925 F Street ff. W. i
I SXTOd floor. Bluiu BnlMtne. I
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
women Keeping nuuae uuu uiuera, vita-
ml Attlt aifrlAa In fill np4tirtlr1
cites. D. H. Tolman, R. BOG. 533 12th nw.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
FREE HONEY TO ANY ONE.
In order to adrrrtiae our business and conrir.ee the
public that we are entirely different from the so
called "Loan Cb.'s." we will malce loans to owner
of household roods. pUPo. ic., and charje AB3D
LUTKLY -NOTUI.NO tor the use of tho money If
rrpald within 3) days.
WE ARB A DIPFEnEXT KIND
OP A LOAN COMPANY.
Potomac Financial Cf.
1524 G at. air.
Cor. Uth St., Boom. 3-0, .
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f 1 to 2 1
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