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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911.
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HERALD BRANCH OFFICES:
WOODWARD & LOTHROP. Information
GOLDENBERG'S. Information Bureau.
HECHT & CO., Cashier's Office
PALAIS ROYAL. Information Bureau.
S KANX. SONS & CO.. Information
MODERN PHARMACY. 7th and E sts.
CARPENTER & DUNI.OP. 14th and
NICHOLAS PHARMACY I9th st. and Pa.
BUTLER & FIELD. 3d and Indiana ave.
CONCORD PHARMACY. J E. Wood
ford, Prop , 1S18 New Hampshire ave.
CHARLES C. HORNUNG. ChrlstianI
Pharmacv, sw cor 7th and M sts.
F M WAGNER. 1st and H sts.
SIMPSON'S PHARMACY, cor. 7th St.
and R I ave and R st
F F WELLER S PHARMACY. "534 M.
ATKINSON'S PHARMACY. 1107 O St.
ASTORIA PHARMACY. 3d and G sts.
KENESAW PRARMACY Mount Pleas
and and Irvine ""t
McNfLTY'S CIGAR STORE. 1336 14th s
TAYLOE'S PHARMACY. 9th and P sts.
DAVIS' PHARMACY rth and S sts.
ASQl'ITH'S PHARMACY. ISIS 14th St.
T L LEATHERWOOD 1514 14th St.
STOTT &: SNYDER. 13th and G sts.
NEW YORK AVENUE PHARMACY,
cor N Y ave and N Cap st.
DAY & CO S PHARMACY. 5th nnd G.
YARNOLDS PHARMACY. 311 14th St.
KING S DRUG STORE. Vermont ave.
and I st.
EDWARD T PERKINS. 401 Stanton pi.
C L KRAUSE. th and K ts
McCHFSNEY & JOACHIM Id and E sts.
McCHESNEY & JOACHIM. th and F
G J GEIGER'S PHARMACY, corner 6th
and B sts
CHRLES J KTHRMANN'S PHAR
MACY. 'th and Ent Capitol sts
BLUMER'S PHARMACY North Capitol
and R sts
V HUGO EISFNBEIS5 Tth and B sts.
BURROWS PHARMACY 15T1 Pa. are.
ROACH DRUG CO . Sth and G sts.
F r WELLER th and I st
GUY M. NEEI.EY Tit- ind C sts.
CHARLES G LFNNON. 12th and' New
G B HURT'S PHARMACY, cor Monroe
"nd Jefferson st I
IT LTAM P TAYLOR 15 KHs st
LOST AND FOUND.
I ! NI At I n.on Station
. rolls of mu-ic. 1 pair cuffs.
P -kdge J toat-
I I" 1 pair trousers,
n pairs gloes 1 buckle
1 kn fe 4 b.-mks
2 pairs rubbers 1 bra. ?Iet
1 tesla--. case l murf
1 ni-k piec 1 rinc
SHINGTO.V TERMINAL CO
LOST-ON APRIL T OR NEAR 1TH
ap.l H vts nu . a bun-h of ke Lih
fi 1 ieward if returned to owner, 'T-1!
11 t nw-
L 1ST- BETWEEN DUPONT CIRCLE
and li4 Mass ave. Mondav, between
1 and 2 o clock-a he.-uer fur neckpiece
Fmdrr please lTturn to 1714 Mas- ae
nw nl recene reward lf3
LfiST-ON SATURDAY.SMi.LL OLD-"
'anioned gold pin wi'h coral setting
Reward 329 loth st nw 1.13
LOST-BOX OF LAUNDRY WORK.
rntaining lingerie w-u-.t. linen -kirt,
and blue and white cretonne bedspread,
trom near trade-men s entrance to The
Wminc Saturdav. 7. l p m Return
to "," The Westmoreland Reward, no
LOST EARRING ON FRIDAY. IN
ni r'hwest. pear set in old --iler. with
-nail diamonds,, ample reward Ant 33
Tt e Oakland 101
CUT FLOWER STAND COMPANY,
NORTHWEST COR TH AND D STS
Special Price- on EASTER PLANTS.
Orders Delivered Free
Carnations 35c per doz.
Violets 25c per bunch
Roses 50c per doz.
10i 103.K5 Phone Main 21J1
VORKINGMEN. SPENDING A VERY
moderate amount of ca-h for slightl
u ed tailrred suit. $3 to Jin so don t he
ri-h -ee our stock and ou eat no hash.
I nc price JUSTUS OLD ST ND. 619 D
t'Tihincs made into !"iiT- Curl- and Snitchc.
I'hrne M 7r for s.-nal fa' h" w-k.
Mji K-imnc -hampnoli J ard Scalp TreaucPnt.
!l wrk Kuarantwd t Eire atlfar!Kin
-J 11th tt. , il fl.r It M ItKUUKb Mgr.
MRS OR L FIELD
1t II ST NW (SECOND FLOOR).
MISSPELLS. PROFESSIONAL MANI-
curt-t. Ouray Barber Shop, Sth and G
sts nw Hours, 10 a m to 6 p m 56-tf
MISS MORRIS MANICURING. 1113
14 st nw Hours, 3 to 7 "Phone N.
3545 Open Sunday. 43-tf
WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER.
Painting. Decorating. Slip Coers.
C1IAS A CARLISLE
'Phont- M 4547 SOD 11th st nw.
PROF FITZGERALD, gifted palmist.
double tight, future ir.ri past, court
ship, marriage, and business 'j02 12th nw
MISS ELIZABETH PARKER.
Hours, 9 30 to 6 Colorado BIdg. Corridor
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
worn clothing, either ladies' or gent's;
send postal, will call L. TARSHES. 1303
7th st nw 'Phone North 459. 190-tf
MANICURING AND SHAMPOOING
Mrs Brown Van Ness, The Milford,
G23 M nw 'Phone N 7659 71-tf
Meetings Sunday, Monday, Tnursday, S
p m . message to each, daily readings.
Mrs Maltby. 933 M st. nw. 'Phone N. 3942.
DR. SHADE, SPECIALIST.
TORTY YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING
STOMACH AND NERVOUS DISEASES.
Special and private ailments of both
Fexes cured promptly. Consultation free.
Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to 5:30, Sundays 10
to 11 72S 13th st nw. 77-tf
DR. FISK ELGIN, EXPERT IN TREAT
ment of special diseases, chronic and
acute Males only. Consultations confi
dential. Medicine furnished. Prices mod
erate. Corner 14th and Pa. ave. nw.
'Phone M. 7G47. Office hours, 9 to L 3 to S.
DR. REED, t
Specialist, 04 17th st.
JTwenty-seven years' successful -practice
In diseases of the Brain and Nervous
System, Skin, Blood. Heart, Stomach.
Liver, Kidneys. Bladder Nose.. Throat,
and Lungs. Stricture, varicocele, and
Hydrocele cured. No pain. No loss of
time. Blood Diseases and Disorders. , of
the Urinary organs promptly relieved and
permanently cured by safe methods.
In person or by letter.
Hours. 10 to 1 nnd 3 to 6.
rS-tf Sundays. 10 to 1.
Largest Morning Circulation..
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED YOUNG MAN IN STATION
ery atore. Apply 61S 14th st. nw.
STENOGRAPHER. TYPEWRITER. AM
bitlous ana Intelligent young man. as
private secretary or otherwise; excellent
reference. BOX 41, Herald office. 103
WANTED MAN TO WORK ON FARM
that knows how to handle and care for
horses and do general farm work. Ad
dress P. O. BOX 34, Dunn Loring, Va.
WANTED A COLORED MAN AS BAR
porter; bring references. G04 Pa. ave.
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for newspa
pers: no canvassing Send for particulars.
PRESS SYNDICATE. Lockpnrt. N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM
stress Come readv for work. Apart
ment 30. 2124 P st nw. 100-tf
SALESLADY EXPERIENCED SALES
lady in cornet department; also pre
parers in millinery workroom. Apply to
Manager, first floor. PALAIS ROYAL.
A LISNER. 101
MIRROR BEAUTY PARIORS.
910 F st nw. Scientific school for man
lc tiring, thorough course, J.i
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for newspa
pers; no canvassinc Send for particulars.
PRESS SYNDICATE. Lockport N. Y.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED -A POSITION AS BOOK
keeper or assistant, bv a young man
who i not a hnv-beon or expects to be.
but !t real hustler, shipping clerk posi
tion is not new to me. Address BOX 40.
Herald office 105
WANT TO BUY FURNITURE TO FUR-
nlh a ten-room houe. all or In part?
Call after 6pm. 120S H st nw 96-6m
WANTED-SELL YOUR FURNITURE
to MARCUS NOTES. 4If 9th st nw.,
nnd ou will obta.n the best results
'Phone Main 5171 Established over 20
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SFWIXG MACHINE DROP HEAD. $10
Call a'tor 5 p m . M7 H ne 102
STICKIEST STICKER EVER STUCK
Glues furniture glass, china, books.
eer thing ROYAL GLUE. 10c. 40c. 60c.
Pints. $1 Dri.ggi-.ts'. Ac myl6-tf
RKI'VUSp -"TmES REFRIGERATORS. ICE
li.-e. i i,.rcrbile Lamp- roof painting and re
v -ng I r t fTrt tti - sled and iron ranges.
IV-fccioa oil A (a- turn Cah or credit.
. l. co(.si;li., oin 4W m. vr.
Phore M 2n.
WARREN ROADSTER AND WARREN
TOI RING CAR
AH Cars in E client Condition and
Fully Equipped ill Sell Cheap
1K 11th -t nw
FOR SALE A PACKARD 1910 OPEN
landaulet. fulU equipperi. perfect condi
t.on Addres- K DONOVAN. 627 Colo
rado Building Telephone M 4C3
1907 WINTON TOURING CAR. Al CON
dition. a bargain 161J 14th st nw 102
RUNABOUTS. $100 TO $300.
TOURING CARS. $200 TO $701
BUY NOW SAVE MONEY.
SEND FOR LIST D.
Phon N. 4170. 1105-1107 11th st. nw.
Repairing Ford Cnrs n Specialty.
Call MR. BOWER9 Manager.
MECHANICS' Aino BEl'AIR CO..
Stir 1X8 Lit tw 'Phona U. 773.
GDOHGC AV. DEALL,
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE 1111 READ
ing Standard, more real improements
than any machine on he market We
want jou to -ee and to tr this motor
cjcle. T. N MUDD. Jr. 1223 New York
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FROM MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA
20 nne horses Rear 474 Pa ave 1A3
TWO FINE WORK HORSES. CHEAP
CS 4th st ne 102
TWO GOOD WORK HORSES. IN Ex
cellent condition 4.'4 S'h st nw 103
JUST RECEIVED-FINE LOT OF
work horses 1020 Fla. ae ne
I OR SALE 20 GOOD HORSES AND
mare-, cheap Rear 474 Pa ave. nw.
SELLING OUT EXPRESS AND GRO
cery wagons, buggies, runabouts, sur
reys Full teams furnished at wholesale
prices to retail buyers. GANTZ. 1205 D
st. nw. 21-tf
Most deslnble 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.
FINNEY. Courtlands. Va., or H. C.
MACKALL. Metropolitan Bank Building,
Washington. DC 214
" E ARE PREPARED TO DO TOUR
work at once All work guaranteed.
IDEAL WALL PAPER CO.,
r.3 1-2 .SECOM) ST. AC.
P2-tf 'Phone Lincoln 25Tj-y
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING.
also signs, more than 20 years in Dusi
ness. C. G. YOUNGER. 42S N. J. ave. nw.
ROOMS PAPERED, $3 UP.
Woodwork painted 1 coat Free. 'Phone
or write J. H. BECKWITH. 516 7th ne.
and repairs. Antique fur. reproducing.
124320th st. nw. 'Phone N. 3S23.
HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT U. &
' Upholstering Co.. 490 La. ave. M. 4S76.
SPECIAL FOR 10 DAYS-5-PIECE PARLOR
soite. re-upholstcrrd and re-coTfred in Ttlotir or
tapestry. $10.93. COLUMBIA UPHOLSTERINU
CO.. 26 11th st. nw. Write or 'phone Mam 5570. 12S
LAW COLLECTIONS. ANYTHING, ANY
where. Personal call on all accounts.
E. IV. BRIGGS &. CO., Bond Bide.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
MOVED TO S15 G ST. NV7.
Let us plate or reflnlsh your table sil
verware, gas fixtures, brass beds, &c.
Anything made like new. Drop a, postal
or 'phone .M. 7045 and agent will "call.
IV ECHWEIZER & CO..
f GOS-510 F sC xrw. 171
SOS EAST- CAPITOL ST. LARGE. NICE-
ly furnished front room, on third floor,
suitable for two parties. 103
J17 MARYLAND AVE. NE.-ONE NICE-
ly furnished room, suitable for two
gentlemen; near Capitol and Library. 103
625 EAST CAPITOL ST. ONE NICELY
furnished room: all conveniences; near
Capitol and Library. 103
C06 3D ST. SE. TWO NICELY FUR-
nished rooms for 1. h. k., in private
family; no children. 103
611 10TH ST. NE. THREE ROOMS.
with gas $12 a month; entire second
114 3D ST. NE. SECOND FLOOR
front room: all conveniences; suitable
for one or two persons. 101
1404 L ST. NW. NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, in private family, for four gen
tlemen; running water. 101
642 B ST. SW. THREE NICELY FUR-
nished room"! for gentlemen. In cen-
tral part of city. 101
hi 12TH ST SW. ONE LARGE ROOM,
nicelv furnished, for one or two par
ties. $6. 101
212 i-TH ST. SW.-ONE NICELY FUR-
nished room, suitable for one or two
' gentlemen, $10
1103 13TH ST NW -ONE NICELY FUR-
nlhhed room, suitable for two gentle-
mtn, with all conveniences. 101
Oil EYE ST NW.-LARGE FURNISHED
room, with excellent board- 'phone.
622 MASS. AVE. NW -NICELY FUR
nished rooms; gas and bath. 103
2ffi C ST. NW. TWO NICE-SUNNY
front rooms; also hall room; with or
without board. 102
WE HAVE JUST THE ROOM OR PLACE
you want. Our services cost you noth
ing; the one who has the room to rent
ROOM AND BOARD BUREAU.
1301 G st- nw., room 32. 'Phone Main 2752.
629 MARYLAND AVE. NE. THREE
nice bright rooms; 1 h k 101
117 6TH ST NE.-ONE LARGE FRONT
room on first floor, with private fam-
II v. bath 101
517 A ST SE FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms, on second floor, for 1 h k..
with hath. heat, and gas 103
S0SEAST CAPITOL" ST ENTIRESEC-
and floor, four rooms, south, west, and
north windows. light housekeeping; gas
and heat, adults only 103
120 12TH ST SW TWO LARGE SEC-
ond floor rooms and alcove, gas. bath.
rent cheap 101
IWil MASS AVE NE UNFURNISHED
three rooms and hallroom. third floor;
also one large room, furnished, southern
POTOMAC RENTAL DCREAC,
Rooms 902-104 District National Bank
Building. IK G st nw
Rooms. apartments, hojses. and hotels;
information is free and cheerfully givvn.
out-of-town orders gien special atten
tion Main "526 101
61T A ST SE -EXCELLENT TABLE
board for tran-ients or regular parties.
ttrms reasonable 103
ROOM AND BOARD.
633 EAST CAPITOL ST -TWO NICELY
furnished room- with board, near Cap
itol and Librarv . reasonable 103
921 EAST CAPITOL ST TWO NICELY
furni-hea rooms, with board, hot-water
heat reasonable terms 1C3
21." 3D ST SE TWO NICELY FUR-
ni-hed rooms, with board, near Capitol
and Library rea-onable 103
147 M SS AVE NE -NICELY rUR
nished rooms, home table 103
1224 13TH ST NW -SELECT BOARD,
with southern exposure rooms, newly
furnished. J!2 50 month up. four baths,
use of parlor (with piano) and tele
1120 13TH ST NW EXCELLENT TA-
ble board, single meals reasonable
rates, homemade dessert a specialt 105
CUMBERLAND APARTMENT- HOUSE
Cafe, corner Thomas circle and 14th st .
$2i per month; breakfast. 35c. dinner. EOc.
Cateress. Mrs H A. DOE 114
THE TENNESSEE!, ne. cor. 3d & G nvr.
Three blocks of Union Station, very
reasonable rates. 'Phone Main S026.
FOR RENT OFFICES.
OFFICES. Large, bright office or storeroom, on
14th bt gas and electricitv, private
toilet. Rent reduced to good tenant.
CH.VS. .S. NILIR A. CO., I.NC,
HA3 N. Y. ave nw.
OFFICE ROOM IN EVANS BUILDING.
from May 1, fourth floor; southern
expo-ure. hot and rold water. Inquire
Dr WALDO PEARCE, Room 419. 103
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS .FOR
UUE.NA BLACK-HEAD SOAP.
Unsurpassed for treatment of the skin.
MISS CADMAN. 72S 11th St. nw.
23-tf 'Phone M TjI.
CHAS. H. POTTER & CO.LNC,
Loose Leaf Systems. Blank Book Makers
Paper Rulers, and Bookbinders.
Sherick's Loose Leaf Devices.
Phone M". 3550. 510 12th at. nw.
REFRIGERATORS & ICEBOXES.
And Cooling Rooms are the best made.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
611 F st. nw.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
LOANS MADE ON WASHINGTON
property at 5 and 6 per cent. RAY
MOND M. HUDSON, Attorney. S19 Colo
rado Bldg. 125
MONEY TO LOAN LET US MAKE
your new loans or replace old ones at
lowest rates of interest. AH transactions
conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS &
CO.. 1407 F st. nw. ,58tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL
estate Lowest rates of interest. Pay
ments on principal in amounts or $100 or
more received nt any interest period,
THE F. H. SMITH CO.. Bond Building.
140S N. Y. ave. a-tf
MONET TO LOAN ON APPROVED
city real estate at lowest cunnt rates
of Interest: special privileges with respect
to prior payment" TYLER & KUTHER
FORD. Inc.. 730 15th st. nw. 63-tf
MOVING, PACKING, & STORING.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTE
ly fireproof storage. UNITED STATES
STORAGE CO., 418-420 10th st, nw. 'Phone
Main 4229. 177-tf
FURNITURE, BAGGAGE. PIANOS. &c.
moved with care: Hacking and shl. olnsr
a-specialty. KRIEG'S EXPRESS. 1224
h st. nw. if none Mam zoin. a-tr
WASHINGTON ANTIQUE FURNITURE
snop azr ra. ave.; Nvest si: repairing,
fine finishing, general furniture work.
M. EGAL, ANTIQUE l FURNITURE
REPRODUCED. REPAIRING.' '611 L
ST. NW. 'PiONE N. S59-y. . ,mh28-3m
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
THE NEW LOGAN,
13TH AND IOWA TRCLE.
BEST RATES FOR BOTH'ROOMS AND
THE KENESAW APT. HOUSE,
16TH. CORNER IRVING ST. NW.
A few apartments available In this
high-class fireproof house, furnished and
unfurnished; all rooms outside, large and
airy; location unequaled; open on all
sides; three elevators, service day and
night; both car lines; large cafe on main
floor, excellent food and service, moder-?i-e
rates; inspection 'welcomed.
1C5 S. H. BRIANT. Manager.
FOR RENT THE -WINDSOR,
1425 T St, nw.
Modern FIREPROOF Building.
Very desirable apartments at lower
rentals than in nonflrcproof buildings.
-. uilbllL JUUI113, Willi suov.iuua LIW
ets. Inspection and comparison Invited.
'Phone Main 1303. 1418 F st. nw,
ATTRACTIVE SMALL. APARTMENTS.
2145 N st. nw. Parlor floor, two large
rooms; bay window; elegantly decorated;
with kitchenette or with basement
kitchen if desired $25. 'Second floor, two
similar rooms, with alcove. $22.50. Third
floor, three rooms, private bath, $22.60.
H. M. TAYLOR. 617 14th st. 82-tf
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Five-room brick; 3ewcr, water, yards;
good northwest location, near 14th st.
Nice southeast section Six rooms and
bath; large rear yari; excellent condi
tion. RENT, $17.50.
CHAS. S. MUIR & CO., I5C,
1403 N. Y. ave. nw.
Furnished house. In excellent northwest
lc&tion; convenient to two car lines.
CHAS. S. Mt'IR & CO., INC.,
1403 N. Y. ave. nw.
FOR KENT KOLSES
I-Yin KCXT- 311 B ne. 7r
13 John at. Anc. D I1S62 Kramer nc. 5r..
r. 7r tHUOtrW ) nw. 2r
353 niand alley nw.tr 10.00 112 rapt at. Iry
1C4 Corcoran. Itj I 'ity. "r
Oty 5r 10S011SW Crandall row
Hear 3T.0 II nw. 4r 10 00
in mini ai. irsr
133 hhendan ar,
Anc. IJ l 6r ..
1144 lloiernment al
ler nw. 4r
T15 Pleasant allrr.
127 seaton ne. 2r. ..
1234 1st st sw. 4r
6.0011222 1U st w. r .
'Phone or wnte tor our rent lit.
A. S. CAYWOOD, 015 N. Y. ave. nr.
FOR RENT 3S V NW. CHEAP TO IM
medlate tenant; 3 stories. S rooms, bath,
rantry, linen-room. &c: perfect condi
tion OWNER. 42 V nw 45-tf
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
CHEVY CHASE Beautiful home in
this attractUe subdivision; porches and
lawns, will rent until Nov. 1. Let us
show vou this
CHAS. S. MUIR &. CO., INC.,
1403 N Y ave nw.
FOR RENT WAREHOUSES.
FOR RENT WAREHOUSE. 12 E ST.
se . good stable and wagon yard at
tached E G YONKER. 4S3 C St. nw.
FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR. 1424-1426
7th st nw . room about 50x100, low
rent to goorj tenant. E. G. YONKER.
4C C t nw 102
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
IN FRUIT GROWING.
The ever-increasing demand for
fruit is fast exceeding the supply.
This means ever-increasing prices
in the wholesale .ind retail market,
which again means e er-increas-ing
profits for fruit growers.
Here's a chance to start in a
profitable business right near yoa
Why be a stockholder in a cor
poration to plant '.-shards in a
remote section w hen you can own
a city orcnard, 50x200. for $250 to
$350, for $10 cash and $10 a month,
and be jour own manager and
Property is Located at Franklin Park, Va.
Orchards Ten Dollars Cash.
City Orchards, 50x200.
City Orchards. $250.
City Orchards. $350.
$10 to $23 Cash,
$3 to $10 Per Month.
Interest, 4 per cent. No Taxes.
$700 to $1,200.
$50 to $200 Cash.
$10 to $20 Monthly.
Interest 4 per cent. No Taxes.
$2,500 to $5,000
$100 to $500 Cash.
$23 to $50 Per Month.
Interest 4 per cent. No Taxes.
WHAT 1VE WILL PLANT.
We will have planted for you any kind
of apple tree, peach tree, cherry', or
pear tree, or any other kind of fruit
or fair shade or ornamental trees;
any grapevine or berries In reason
able amounts, and attend to all the
details of the work for you for the
first three months at no cost to you.
There are splendid orchards in this sec
tion of Virginia, and with proper care
this enterprise will be a success.
The land sold is cheap for same quality
of land to be had anywhere about
Washington, and the tree planting
makes a rare and exceptional offer.
MOORE & HILL, INC.,
1333 G st nw.
Property without a flaw."
Elevation without an equal.
Prices without a parallel.
Terms without a competitor.
Location without a rival.
Accessibility without a criticism.
Restrictions without a fault.
MOORE & BOLL,
1333 G ST. NW.
WATER FRONT FARMS, NEAR CITX
One 10-acre. one 16-acre: Rarden spot
of Maryland: new steamboat landing;
dally boats: Ideal summer houses.
McGIIIC, n.tr. Sth nt. titv.
101-tf 'Phone M. 7130.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN U-ACRE
lots -Or acre blocks In the Virginia
Hills; all lots corners: depot on Great
Falls and Old Dominion Ry.: fine serv
ice: 6 miles from city; desirable neigh
borhood r well wooded. For price and
terms, write OWNER.. Box 38. Herald
FOR SALE FARMS.
ONE OF -THE BEST GRAIN FARMS
In Virginia.; 210 acres: house of 10
roomsand bath; large bank barn: 30
cows, 10 horses, granary, and dairy:
meat house, two chicken houses, large
orchard: good fences; seven fields:
water in each field. For price nnd
terms, see VIRGINIA REALTY CO..
6T5J4th st. nw. 102
VALUABLE LOT. NORTHEAST, .500
feet fronting three, streets: spienam
site .for .church, school., or apartment
houseV OWNER. 1402 L si. nw. ' 105
FOR SALE HOUSES.
GREAT SACRIFICE AT $4,150.
10-ROOM DWELLING ON C ST. SE..
Near Capitol. Library- -at Congress, and
St. Peter's Church: lot 19x108 to 20-foot
alley. A loan on this property has fallen
due. and must be sold at once. For
merly rented at $35 per month.
INVESTIGATE THIS UNUSUAL OP
PORTUNITY. H. L. RUST, 1400 H t. nw.
LARGE BASEMENT. EQUIPPED FOR
a plumber's office and shop; rent rea
sonable. 1210 Sth st. nw. 104
BASEMENT FOR RENT IN BUSINESS
section; low rent. 814 Eye st. nw.. next
to 9th. 103-
IF YOU WANT THE "MOSTEST" AND
'bestest" for the "leastest," In the
PrinHnt Art rI'A ifn... - -.J a.
Carpenter Printing Co.. 1315 N. Y. ave.
TIW 'DViMwik trnt AIM mm m
". iiwuc, iUdin .134. 45-U
SirriEME COURT OF TUB DISTORT OF Co
lumbia, holdine Probate Court. No. 1T429. Ad-mlnItratim-This
is to giie notice that the sub
scriber, of the District of Columbia, hafe obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia,
letters testamentary on the estate of Catherine E.
Brennan, late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. AH pervros barinc daims against the de
ceased are hereby warned n exhibit the same, with
the Touchers thereof. Icsally authenticated, to the
subscribers on or before the 2JTH DAY OF
MARCH. A. D. 1312; otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all benefit nf said estate. Giren
under xn hands this 31st day of March. MIL
JAMES A. TOOMEY. Fendall Bids.. D. C;
JOHN D BRENNAN. 308 10th st. nw. Attest:
(SeaLl JAMES TANNER, Roaster of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. JAMES A. TOOMEY, Attorney,
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holding Probate Court. No 1T740. Admin
istration. This is to giie notice that the subscriber, of
me uuiria. or uolumtila. has obtained from the Pro
bate Court of the District of Columbia letters testa
mentary on the estate of Agnes Obold. late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All persons baring
claims against the deccssed are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof. legal
ly authenticated, to the sutwnber on or before the
30TH DAY OF MARCH. A. D. 1912: otherwise they
may by law be excluded frof all benefit of said
estate. Oiien under my hand this 3It day of
March. 1911. AGNES OBOLD ROSSITER. 83) D
st. se. Attest: (Seal.) JAMES TANNER. Reg
ister ef Wills for the District of Columbia. Cletk
rf the Probate Court. CLAYTON E. EMIH. At
torney apt 11 13
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT
cf Columbia. Arnl 10, 1911. Scaled proposals will
be receited at this office until I p. m., TUESDAY.
Arnl 18. 1911. for the construction of a aal vault at
Engine House No. 2. on Twelfth street northwest,
between G and II Vrctt. I). .', Blank forms of
proposals, specification!., and all necessary lnfnrma
tioned may be obtained from the Chief Clerk, Engl
rifer Department. Rrxsm 4. Distnct Btnlding.
CUNO H. RIDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
WILLIAM Jt'DSON. Commissioners. D. C.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbia. Washu-gton. Ami 10. 1911.
Sealed proposals will be receited at this office until
I o'clock p. m. MONDAY. May 1. 1911. for fur
nishing and delnenng to the Dmnct ef Columbia
one two-passencer roadster motor car. gutoline type.
completely equipped, for uso in the Fire Depart
ment, this at. Form of proposal, specifications,
and rcressary information mar be obtained upon ap
plication to the IToperty Clerk. D. C. Room 33.
District Itiuiding. Cl'NO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN
A JOHNSTON, WILLIAM V. JUDSON. Commis
sioners n. v arii-3t
OFFICEOF THECOlTT.SSloNERSOF THE
Ditnct rf Columbia. Washington. 1) C , April 6.
1911 ncaled prrpo-als vill be receited at this
office until I odock p m., APRIL 3, 1311. for
furnishing two steam engines and two generators
for uv is the McKinley Manual Training School,
this city. Form of proposal, specifications, and
necessary infermation may t" obtained upon appii
ration to the Propt) Clerk. D. C. room 320.
District Building. CUNO II. RUDOLPH. JOHN
A JOHNSTON. E. M. MARKHAM (Acting).
Commissioners D C ap!0-3t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbia April T, 191L Proposals for
the pnnlege of ccpying the numerical cards contain
ing the triennial assessment of 19C for the purpree
of coroplmg the new assessment books of the Dis
trict nt Columbia, will be receited at this office and
opened on APRIL 21. 19U. Copies of specifications
may be seen at the office of the Atrvcr of the Dis
trict of Columbia. CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN
A. JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON, Commis
sioners. D. C aplu-3t
O FFI CE 1 FTH E COM MISSION EllS OF TH E
District of Columbia Washington. April 8. 1911.
Sealed proposals will be rtceit ed at this office until
2 o'clock p m. FRIDAY. April 14. 1911. frr fur
nishing ninety (more or less) standard District of
Columbia hool drinking fountains, single cup
watl pattern, fcr use in public schools, this aty.
Specifications, fcrm of prrpi'al. and necessary in
formation may be obtained upon application to the
Property Clerk D. ( . Room 330. District Building.
CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
E. M MARKHAM (Acting). Commissioners, D. C.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbia. Washington. Arnl 8. 1911.
Sealed proprwals will Ik receited at this office until
I o'clock p. m.. SATURDAY. April 15. 1911. fcr fur
nishing and delirenng f. a b. Distnct of Columbia
ldrrg Second and N streets northeast. B. i. O
delivery, fifty tons, more or less, granulated calcium
chlpndc. for use in the Engineer Department, D. C.
Form of proposl, specifications, and necessary in
formation may be obtained upon apilication to the
Property Clerk. D C. Koran 33). D-jtnct Building.
CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
WILLIAM V. JUDSON. CfcmmiMioners, D. C.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District cf Columbia. Wurington, April 7, 1911.
Sealed proposals will be rrceited at this office until
2 o'clock p. -n. FRIDAY. April H. 1311. for fur
nishing 4,0 brass corporation cocks and 1.400 curb
cocks for lead and iron pipe, for we in the Water
Department, this city. Specifications and fcrm of
prcsil may be obtained upon application to the
Property Clerk. D C . Room 32), Distnct Building.
CUNO H. RUDOLPn. JOn.V A JOHNSTON.
E. M. MARKHAM (Acting). Commissioners, D. C.
ment Pnnting Office. Washington. D. C. March
23. 1911. Sealed proposals will bo receited at this
office until 10 o'clock a. m.. May 1. 1911. for
fumifhirtg Binders' Board. Leather. Book Cloth.
Rold Leaf, and other material for the public print
ing and binding to the (.oternment Pnnting Office
dunrg the fiscal year ending June X. 1912. The
nght to reject any and all bids and to waite
defects is reserved. Detailed schedules of the ma
tenal. Ac. required, accompanied by blank pro
posals, and giving tbe regulations with which bid
ders must comply, may be obtained by addressing
SAM'L B. DONNELLY". Public Printer. ap3.10.17
OFFICBOF THE COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT
of Columbia, Apnl 7. 1911. Sealed proposak will
be receited at this office until 2 p. m., FRIDAY.
Apnl M. 1911. for rebble-da'hing all bnck walls
from grade to bottom membtr of cornice and the
north wall of old building. Chety Chase School, No.
113. Cbety Chase. D. jC. Blank forms of proposals,
specifications, and all nece-oary information may be
obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engineer Depart
ment, Room . uistnct liuiiamg. CUNO H.
RUDOLPH: JOHN A. JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V.
JUDSON". Commissioners. D. C. apM6t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT
of Columbia, April S. 131L Sealed proporals ttill
be receited at this office until 2 p. m.. ATRIL 17.
1911, for constructing Cardozo Manual Training
School Building, to be located on the northeast cor
ner of First and I streets Knithwest, Washington.
D. C Blank forms of proposal, rpecificatioim. and
all necessary Information may be obtained from the
Chief Clerk. Engineer Department. Room CT. Dis
tnct Building. Deposit of no required to piarantee
return of clans. .CUNO R. RUDOLPH. JOHN A.
JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON, Commission
ers. D. C. 'apS-dSt
PROPOSALS FOR USELESS PAPEKS.-VAIt
Department. Washington. April 1. 1911. Sealed
proposals, in duplicate, will be receited here until
2 p. m.. ATRIL 13. 1911. for purchase of Useless
Papers of War Department. Proposals must be in
enrelorcs, Indorwd "Proposal for purchase of ne-!e-s
papers," and addressed to M. It. THORP.
Chief of Supply Dit. apS.7.8.W.11.12
PROPOSALS FOR HAUL1NO AbHrJj. WASH
ING TOWELS. SHOEING HORSES. AND PUR
CHASE OF WASTE IAPER--Var Department.
Washington, D. O., March 1. 191L Staled proposals
will be receited here until : p. m.. Ai'iiiL. u. mi. ana
then ppened. tor hauling ashes, washing towels, shoe
ing horses, and purchase ol waste paper, dtulcg
year ending June 3). 1912. Information furnished on
application. For hauling ashes, state price per cubic
yard: washing towels, price per 100'towekt; and pur
chase of waste paper, price-per cwt. Proposals must
be in enteloprs, indorsed "I'roposalj for hauling
ashes, "Proposals for washing towels," "I"ro
poeals for horseshoeing." "Proposals for pirchase
of waste paper." respectltely. and addrested to
M. R. THORP. Chief of Supply Dit. ip8,7A10.Il,U
OFFICE Or TOE "COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbia. Washington. D. C. Arnl 5.
1911. Sealed propcsals will be receited at this office
until 2 o'clock p. m.. APRIL II. 1911. for furnishing
and dellte ring. road oil and, tar; and fcr applying
road oil and tar to reads In the Distnct of Colum
bia. Form cf proposal, sredncatinns. and all neces
sary information may be obtained uixrn application
to the rroprrty Cletk. D. C. Room S3. District
Buildtaft CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHN
STON, WIT.T.TAM V. JUPSON.. .Commiwlnnen.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
TuWlshed only as information, not guaranteed.
12:01 noon week days Pullman Parlor Car Wash
ington to Newport News. Norfolk, and Old Point
Comfort, ria Wash. So.. R.. F. & P.. Richmond.
and C. & O. Ry. Dtnine car.
2:00 p. m. daily-WESTERN EXPRESS to Mr-
- ., . Tf.t..t. u4 STHiokT Tvtlnt- Pull
glum. v.fc iin-., - ....-. . - - ----man
sleepers to Cincinnati and Uxilsulle. Parlor
Car to Virginia Hot Springs wcea: oajn. v -e .
6 "r'm. daily-ST. LOUIS-CHICABO SPE
CIAL. Solid train to St. Louis, with Pullman
sleepers to Chicago. Stops only at important sta
tions. Pullman's finest equipment and C. & O.
dining car, sertJce a la carte.
11 U0 p. m. daily F. F. V. LIMITED to the
West. Southwest, and Northwest. Pullman sleepers
to Virginia Hot Springs. Cincinnati, and Louisrllle.
Cincinnati deeper open for occupancy 10 p. m.
C & O. tuning car. sernce" la carte.
Ticket Offices, 513 Pa. are.. 1339 F St.. and Union
Station. 'Phones. Main 1066. 2X6. and 7350.
N. B. Following schedule figures published only
as information and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta. Birmingham. Mobile. New Orleans.
Asberille. 3 a. m. and 10.45 n. m. For Chattanooga
(and Memphis, 9:00 a. m. dally. Dining cars.
For Roanoke. KnoxrUle. Chattanooga. lilrming
hjm New Orleans. 10 JO n. m. Dimes cam.
J For Roanoke. KnoiTille. Chattanooga, Nashnlle.
Memphis. 4-10 a. m. dally. (Sleeping car open after
10 p. m.) Dining cars.
For Charlotte. Spartanburg, Atlanta. Anmston.
Birmingham. 4:15 p. m. daily. Dining ears.
For Uree-boro. Durham. Raleigh. Charlotte. Co
lumbia, Charleston. Aiken. Augusta. Sarannah.
Jacksontille. and Florida points. 62) p. m. dally.
Dining cars. L. 8. BROWN. General Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
LEAVE UNION STATION".
ROYAL BLUE LINE
"EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR."
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK
NEW YORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY STREET
and W TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
70). 19:00 (Royal Special. 5 hours). J9J (Royal
Special). 11) a. m., 100. 1-00 (Royal Limited. 5
hours), '5:00. 30 p. m. and 12.15 night. 2.52 a. m.
Diners and Tarter Cars on day trains. Sleepers on
12.15 night open at 10 .-CO p. m.
Philadelphia and Atlantic City. tT0O. 30, 'HSO
a. m., 110. 3i. UM p. m.
TO B VLTTMORE.
"EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week days. 7-00 a. m. to 100) p. m.)
2.52. tS. 1630. '700. TH). '8-09. '830. TDO.
t939. -10:00. ll300 a. m,. 120 noon. 112:05. 'ISO.
11:15. !20O. tm. 133). 3:30. t3. t4.. 530,
15-03. '530. t6t. 'oJ0. 17:00. 31. t930. 10S0.
10 .40. '1130, 12 15 night.
CHICAGO. 9 10 a m.. '132. 530 p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND LOUISVILLE.
3-10 a. m.. M.10 p. m., 12 10 night.
PITTSBURO. "9 10 a m., M32, 3.10 p. o.. '1237
night. (Sleeper ready 10 p. m.)
CLEVELAND. 3.10 p. m. COLUMBUS, "530
WHEELINO. "3.10 a. m.. SJO p. m.
Schedules of local trains at ticket offices.
Daily. 'Eirert Sunday snnday only.
TELEPHONES at following Ticket Offices: 1417
(i st. nw.. Main 1531. 619 Pennslrania ate.. Main
273, Union Station ofhee. Main 73-0.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OfT. 2. 1310.
Leate Washington, New Union Station.
90) a. ra. Dail All points on Norfolk and West
ern. 10.10 p. m. Daily Roanoke. Bnstol. Winston-Salem
Knoinlle. Chattanooga. Nahtille, New Or
leans. Through Sleerer. Dining Cars.
4.10 a. m For Itntol. Knoxnlle. Chattanooga.
Nashtille. and Memphis. Washington-Memphis
sleeper open 10 p. m.
For Norfolk Iyate Wahington. 42) a. m. daily,
amte Nrrtolk. 113) a m.. 12331 noon dailr. amte
Nerfolk, 530 p. m weekdays. Leate Richmond,
Sunday. 4.10 p. m., amte Norfolk. 7.D0 p. m
3 15 p. m. Daily BerryTille, Luray. Sbesandoah.
Trains from the Southwest amte 6 45 a. m., 1030
p. ra., and 12 15 a. m.
All information Fourteenth freet and New York
atenue (Rond Building).
C. L. Richardson, contractor and builder;
scneral house repalrlns: superintend
or work percentage. 703 3d nw. 'Phone
Main S026. 84-tf
GIBBS. THE CARPENTER: REPAIR-
lnr; and remodelln?:: no Job too difficult.
1823 L t. nw. "Phone North 3S07. 303-lSOt
HORNING, Ninth and D
We make loans on Furniture. Pianos,
and Teams, and can save you from
$2.50 TO $10.00
(regulated by the amount borrowed) on
Mutual Loan Co.,
700 NINTH STREET,
'Phone M. 1374. Second Floor-
BY DEALING WITH ME. EVERY
LOANS ON" FURNITURE, PIANOS,
INDORSED NOTES, SALARIES.
Room 300. Metropolitan Bank Bids
613 15th at- Opp. Treasury.
To Persons Not In U. S. Employ.
YOUR PLAIN NOTE, NO INDORSERS.
CITIZENS LOAN CO.,
406 Commercial Bank Building,
Northwest Corner Hth and G Sts.
Elevator to Fourth Floor.
wvtv t r AxrtTT c T a tTt?r Drnm -c
Women keeping house, and others; cheap
est rates; easy payments. H. EL.WOOD.
Room 416. 400 7th St. 45-tf
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
Women keeping house and others, with
out security. Offices In all principal
cites. D. H. Tolman, R. 506. 33 15th nw.
A Philanthropic Institution.
CAPITAL.- Jl .000.000
Reference Any financial In
stitution in tbe city. Redemp
tions made from pawnbrokers
and new loans issued at great
ly reduced sating to the bor
PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY.
Ground floor. N. W. Cor. 12th and G st.
Pritate tide entrance. Transactions strictly coo-
On furniture, pianos, teams, &c Fill out
blanks plainly., mall to us. and we -will
hand you thenoney In a few hours.
NEW YORK LOAN CO.
1301 G at. nvr. Room 21, M. 02O-M.
1 CC PER MO.
You Carry the Loan
As Long as You Like.
Other companies will charge you J3.1S
per month fcr tho same -loan. We make
no other charst. Nothing deducted for
papers, recording, commissions, c If
you are carrying . loan now, you can
save money by making a loan with us.
We will pay off the other company and
give you the advantage of our low rates.
No payment for two months.
National Loan & Investment Go.
Thompson' Bldj;. . 70S l.ltfc. St. N. W.
, , Bet. G St.,Jiad N. Y. Ave.
THE IDLY iNIEKHENT COMPAIi
f lfo to 2 1
1 NO I
S. BENSINGER. Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1911. AT 10 O'CLOCK
a. m.. I will sell at public auction, at the Wuotsv
sal Producers' Market. 11th and B sts. nw.. con
demned District horse. No. 33, and condemned Dis
trict mule. No. 25. By order Commisrfoners, D. C
M..C. HARGROVE. Iroperty Clerk. D. C. aplMt
LOST LADY'S BLACK RIBBON BELT,
silver buckle. F st. or Uth. near FI Re
ward. TELEPHONE OPERATOR. In
terstate Commerce Commission
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
MBS. EMILY FRECH BAENES,
Vocal Music, Piano, Elocution,
143 11th st. ne.
71-eod30t 'Phone Lincoln 1733.
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING.
THE MILTON SCHOOL.
1403 H ST. NW.
MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS
save money at the Oriental University
taking preparatory, business, civil serv
ice, language. law, and other courses.
Pleasant rooms: convenient hours. 411-17
Kenols Buildinc. 11th and G sts. nw. UZ
The only place In town to have your
auto lamps and radiator repaired.
MOORE & CO.. 306 John Marshall Place.
VACUUM CLEANING MACHINES.
Rrgina. Diamond. Richmond. Mtglc. Duntley.
Hooter, all other makes; sold and repaired: free
demonstration; nice. $5 to $12S, cash or tune. Main
(US. NATIONAL. 6th and D nw. Hi
WE MANUFACTURE-a" SPECIAL-lTne0?
herb remedies, guaranteed to cure or reUete all ail
ments. M. A. LOUIS & SONS. ZO C St. nw. 9Wn,
WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING
YOU'LL WEAR BILLIKEN'S SMILE
If you have the "Acme" do your win
dow, office, and house cleaning. ACME
WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 921 G st- nw.
'Phone Main 7159.
PIANO TUNING $1.50; ALL WORK
guaranteed: 20 yrs. exp. 'Phone M. 7128.
or drop postaL J. F. HERMAN. 1420 Pa.
THE FLOOR OF THE OCEAN.
Some IntereMlnr; Facts) Regarding
Depth of tbe Sen-s.
From Harper a Magazine.
The ocean has been sounded in nearly
all directions with modern appliances,
and these soundings show that the floor
of the ocean consists of vast undulating
plains, lying at an average depth of about
two and one-half miles beneath the sur
face of the waves. In some places huge
ridges and cones ris-e from these sub
merged plains to within a few hundred
fathoms of the sea surface, or they may
r'se above the surface as volcanic
islands and coral atolls. The greatest
depth hitherto recorded is in the Chal
lenger (or Nero) Deep in the North Pa
cific, 3.2K) fathoms. If Mount Everest
v ere plared in this deep. 2.600 feet of
water would roll over the peak of this,
the highest mountain In the world. The
greatest depth in the Atlantic is in the
Nares Deep, between the West Indies
and Bermuda I.G62 fathoms. The great
est depth in the Indian Ocean Is 3,iJJ
fatho-ns. in the Wharton Deep, between
Christmas Island and the coast of Java.
We now know fifty-six of these deeps
wh"re the depth exceeds three geograph
ical miles, ten areas where the depth
exceeds four miles, and four places
where it exceeds fie miles.
Two Good Rat Stories.
Prom the New Orleans Picayune.
Wonder why women are frightened by
rats? That's one thing we never could
understand. We recall an exchange of
courtesies between a man and his wife
one night in a restaurant, and the cour
tesies were curious and conflicting, and
were fast leading up to the riot standard,
the woman "holding her own," and even
more than that, when a rat ran across
the room. That settled the dispute. The
woman jumped on the table, among all
the dishes, showing ankles and lingerie
that would have made a Dutch danseuse
dizzy with delirium. But the row stopped
and the laughter began. The latest rat
storj, however, comes from Brooklyn,
and it runs like this: During a matinee
performjnee at one of the theaters, while
the house was crowded, a rat appeared
in one of the aisles, and consternation
seized the crowd instanter. Women
jumped on orchestra chairs, danced the
Highland fling and other flings, screamed
and acted like mad. while the rat ran
riot through the rows of scats. At one
stage of the stampede all the women
screamed together; that put the show out
of business. The actors lost their lines.
the women lost their reason, and the rat
Host its life. Why are women frightened
at rats, and still wear them In their hair!
Aerial Maps Xotr.
From the New York Times.
This country Is already plotted with
transcontinental highways through the
air, marked out on maps of favorable air
currents and following the level stretches
of land and water. The Aero Club, as
reported in the dispatches recently, has
stretched two new highways of the air
across the Tehachapt Mountains from
Los Angeles to San Francisco, and has
plotted out three more aerial routes to
Chicago, and four from Chicago to tha
The first of this new specie of cartog
raphy appeared In New England, mark
ing out the air, or. rather, the earth,
from a perspective suspended In air, with
ink of indelible red or black. This map
covered the w-ay from Portland, Me., to
Burlington, Vt.. and thence to Bridge
port. Conn. It was suggested that canoe
ists and hoboes might gobble up the first
edition, because of its accurate delinea
tion of the contour of rlverj and railways.
Mlsa Clark' Literary Ambition.
From the New York Prev
Despite the prophecies of a creat social .
future for Genevieve Bennett Clark, the
only daughter of the Speaker, that
young girl evidently has a mind of her
own and doesn't intend to consult social
leaders as to what she shall do. She will .
be seventeen this autumn, but it Is un
likely she will make her debut then, aa
she has shown a decided preference for
schooling, which, no doubt. her father
Indorses. Miss Genevieve has" announced
her intention of finishing her studies,
after which she will go to college and
complete a literary course. Already she
has shown a talent that w-ay, and It is
her ambition to become a writer. She is
an attractive andbright girl, and Wash
ington society still hopes to capture hex
for its own.
A Pardonable Mistake.
Frtm Tele Mcle.
"What! gbln,? to fight a duel? Oh. stoj
btforc It Is too late!"
."I'm not going to fight' Theso are somt
hat pins I have beea buying for a "
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