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THE WASHIffGTOH" HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 12, 1911.
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Bureau.
MODERN PHARMACY. 7th and E Eta.
CARPENTER & DUNI.OP. 14th and
Girard Fts
NICHOL'S PHARMACY 19th st. and Pa.
a-e
BPTLER A: FIELD. 3d and Indiana ave.
CONCORD PHARMACY. J E. Wood
ford, Prop, 1S18 New Hampshire ave.
CHARLES C HORNUNC ChristianI
Pharmacy, sw cor 7th and M sts.
P M WAGNER. 1st and H sts.
SIMPSON'S PHARMACY, cor. 7th st.
and R I. ave and R st
T F WELLER'S PHARMACY, ."531 M.
ATKINSON'S PHARMACY, 1107 G St.
ASTORIA PHARMACY. 3d and G sts.
KENESAW PRARMACY Mount Pleas-
and and Irvine 'ts
McNI'ITY'S CIGAR STORE, 1ZK 14th 3..
TAYLOE'S PHARMACY. -Un and P sU.
DAVIS' PHARMACY :h and S sts.
ASQL'ITH'S PHARMACY lSl 14th St.
T L LEATHERWOOP. 1514 14th t-
KTOTT & SNYDER. 13th and G st
NEW YORK AVENC3 PHARMACY.
cor N Y ave -ind N Cap st
DAY t CO 'S PHARMACY. 5th and G.
YARN'OLD'S PHARMACY, 3401 14th st.
KING'S DRUG STORE. Vermont ave.
and I st.
NORTHEAST
EDWARD T PERKINS. 401 Stanton pi
r L KRAl'SE, 6th and K "ts
McCHESNEY & JOACHIM. 2d and E -t
McCHESNET & JOACHIM, ith and F
sts
G J GEIGER'S PHARMACY, corner 6th
and B ts
CHARLES J KUHRMANN'S PHAR
MACY. 8th and East Capitol sts.
BLl'MER'S PHARMACY North Capitol
and R sts.
SOTTHWEST
'-' HUGO EIENPEISS 7th and B sts.
SOUTHEAST
RPRROWS PHARMACY 1301 Pa. ave.
ROACH DRUG CO . 8th and G sts.
F x WELLER. Sth ard I sts
GCY M NEn.rY. 11th and C sts
BROOKLAND
CHARLES G LEVNON. 12th and' New
ton sts
ANACOSTIA
G B fRY'S PHARMACY, cor. Monroe
"nd Jcfferon ts
ALEXANDRIA.
WILLIAM P TAYLOR RIB Ktnsr st
I0ST AND FOUND.
IfT-ON TIRPU SMALL OLD-
fi-h loner) i If' pin wih coral settmc
Irwiril TO Kith st n 103
IMI N 13 t I mon Station
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t pir-kae 2 coats
i Kf l pair trousers
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1 tnfc 4 bonks
umbrellas ; bottles
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t i hf 1 ind sold fros- ?me u nlued
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line a coM locl.et with initials p
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HltlH SCHOOL, and receive liberal re-
ii 1
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mil i,,i Mass ,-ie Mondav. between
1 and 2 o rlnrk a boavrr fur neckpiece
K ndrr pl-?e return to 17i4 Miss a e
rw md rTp-e re w a rd re,
PERSONALS.
II L LADY WI1 CH M'FFEfR WHO
took sirk worn in homo from Pilais
,!n,J' Juesda a.cept grateful thanks"
j T C . Herald oftVe nvj
Go Where the
Crowd Goes.
TO THE
LITTLE ART
SHOP
tor
Easter Cards, Favors,
Novelties.
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK
Mrs. M. E. Brooke,
1423 F St. N. W.
THE SWITART
Cnmhircs made into I"ufT Cri ami Snitches.
I'll Jie M 707 for pmj rates this week.
Man-iinr liamnn. me and Snip Treatment
II work guaranteed to cite atlsfartion.
21 11th ft Jl flow I! I BROOKS. -Mzr.
io
"WORKINGMEN THERE HAS REEN A
lot of talk of how we toe the chalk with
sliphth used tadorfd suit-- $3 to t up
t ou to take a walk cash saed all pie
ask us wh One price JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. Kl' D
MRS ORA L FIELD
' CANARIES '
Mi H ST NW (SECOND FLOOR).
U Want Wallpaper
Do
ing
ne
You can profit bv letting us help vou
in choosing the so le and color combina
tions of the papers
PAINTING. WINDOW SHADES.,
AND SLIP COVERS
Let us gie jou an estimate.
CHAS. A CARLISLE,
'Phone M 4547 RC9 11TH ST.
MISS WELLS. PROFESSIONAL MANI
curist 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, 9 to 7 'Phone N.
C545 Open Sunday. 43-tf
PROF FITZGERALD, gifted palmist:
double sight, future and past, court
ship, marriage, and business. 902 12th nw.
91-m
MISS ELIZABETH PARKER,
MANICURING
Hours, 9.30 to C Colorado BIdg. Corridor.
170
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
worn clothing, either ladies' or gerft's:
send postal; will call. L. TARSHES. 1303
7th st. nw. 'Phone North 499. 190-tf
MANICURING AND SHAMPOOING
Mrs. Brown Van Ness. The Mllford,
F23M nw. 'Phone N. 7GSD. 71-tf
COLLECTIONS.
LAW COLLECTIONS. ANYTHING, ANY
where. Personal call on all accounts.
E. IV. BRIGGS CO., Bond Bide.
91-6m
PIANO TUNING.
PIANO TUNING JL50: ALL WORK
guaranteed: 20 yrs. exp. 'Phone M. 712S.
or drop postal J. F. HERMAN, 14S0 Pa.
avft. r33-6m
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED ELECTRICIAN, IN
charge, at (4 48 per diem: a competitive
examination will be held May 1, 1911. for
the purpose of filling the above position.
For further information, address COM
MANDANT, Navy Yard. Washington,
L. C. 104
WANTED MAN TO WORK ON FARM
that knows how to handle and care for
horses and do General farm work. Ad-
j dress P. O. BOX 54, Dunn Loring, Va.
.WANTED BOYS. OVER IS TEARS
old, with bicycles: can earn $40 to $50
per month. Applv "WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, 1401 F st.
302-eod-90t
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for newspa
pers; no canv?sine Send for particulars.
PRESS SYNDICATE. Lockport N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED CHAMBERMAID, $20: PAR
lormaid and waitress. $25; nurse, $25;
cook. J25. general hout-eworkcr, $20. manv
other places. priate families, cltv and
awa LADIES' EXCHANGE. SOT Ver
mont aic
APPRENTICES TO"LEARN FRENCH
drc-scntting, dressmaking, designing,
and milliner . tir-t-class positions fur-
niMifrl after learning III G st nw
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM-
stress Come readv for work. Apart-
ment 30. 2124 P st nw 10O-tf
MIRROR BEAUTY PARLORS.
910 F st nw Scientific school for man
ic uring. thorough c our-e. $5 9S-6m
AV INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn
J1C0 monthly corresponding for newspa
pers, no rnnvasvmc Send for particulars.
PRFSS SYNDICATE. Lockport N. Y.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
STENOGRAPHKR. TYPEWRITER. AM-
bltiou ind intelligent oung man. as
private sccretar or otherwise, excellent
reference POX 41 Herald office 103
VVTED POSITION AS BOOK
keoper or astvtant. h a oung man
who u not T lia-leen or expects to he,
but a re il hustler shipping clerk posi
tion is not new to me Aadress BOX 40.
Herald ofh. c 105
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
A NT TO BIT FURNITURE TO FUR-
nl-h i ten-room house, all or in part?
Call after 6pm 120S H st nw 96-fim
WANTED SELL YOUR FURNITURE
to MARCUS NOTES. 416 1th st nw ,
and jou will obta.n the best results
'Phono Mam 5171 Established over 20
cirs S7-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE TICKET TO LOS AN
geles. Cal , cheap at once Appl 603
Pa a e nw
GLASS SHOWCASE. 6J, GOOD CON
dition 64". H -t n 103
SnVIXG MACHINE DROP HEAD. $10
Call after 5pm. W7 H nc 102
STICKIEST STICKER EVER STUCK
Glues furniture glass, china, books,
everything ROYAL GLUE. 10j, 4"c. 60c
Pints. SI Druggists', i-c myl6-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Kl-PVIK!) sTOLs UhKKli.hKVroKS ICE
lloxes KnUirrr bi'e Lan ps r f iuintic: ard re
ranrc Dot t f Tsrt t oi 6-oI ard iron racr.
f rrfcr-ion cll a"! ca- i.-rtre lh ur crrdu
w. l. cocsjavem.. :in 4 i- t. w.
! oik- M VI
AUTOMOBILES.
FOR SALE.
STANLEY STEAMER
OVERLND ROADSTER
OVERLAND TOURING
E-M-F TOURING
Bl 1CK ROADSTER
CADILLAC ROADSTER
FRANKLIN
FORD RO DSTER
WARREN ROADSTER AND WARREN
TOURING CAR
AH Cars in Excellent Crndition and
Fully Equipped Y. ill Sell Cheap
Applv
WARREN-DETROIT GARAGE,
107
1W 14th st nw
1P07 WINTON TOLRING CAR, Al CON
uition. a bargain 1612 14th st. nw 102
coD-IIAD caiis.
RUNABOUTS. $-00 TO $300
TOURING CARS. 1200 TO $700.
BUY NOW-SAVE MONEY.
SEND FOR LIST D.
MILLER HROS.
'Phone N. 4170. HOj-1107 11th st. nw
37-dtf
Ucpntrlnc Uord Cart a Specialty.
Call MB. ltonLIU llinsrrr.
JIFCHAMCS AUIO ltEPAUt CO.
Rr MS I. n. nw 'fbooa M. TT
AUTO COLLEGE.
COLORED MEN
Are you earning $2" per week'' If not,
whj not' For particulars applv
NVIIONM. I'IO COLLEGE,
ins n 'ith nw
MOTORCYCLES.
THOR MOTORCYCLES.
GEORGE AV. DUALL,
Agent
262
DON'T TAIL TO SEE THE 1911 READ
Ing Standard, more real improvements
than anv machine on the market We
want 7ou to --ee and to tr this motor
cycle T. N. MUDD. Jr, 1223 New Yo-k
ave S2-tf
GASOLINE ENGINES.
2-HP . FOR PUMPING, &C , GUARAN-
teed for life: a high-class engine for
little monej, $42 50 J I. MOHLER. 2137
Pa ae 92-S.w.f-30t
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
NTED TO BUY. GOOD SOUND
horse, suitable for coal cart. 913 H
st nc 103
FOR SALE HAND-MADE GROCERY
wagon, slightlv used, very cheap, for
want of use 10th and H sts. ne. 1C3
FOR SALE BEAUTII-CL BROWN
riding and driving mare: weight 1,000
pounds, live jeart, old: ideal horse for
l-.dv Price. $275 L M. SPINNEY.
Woodside. Md. 'Phone Ken 35-f. 104
TWO FINE WORK HORSES, CHEAP.
93S 4th st ne 102
TWO GOOD WORK HORSES, IN Ex
cellent condition 421 S'h st, nw. 103
I OR SALE 20 GOOD HORSES AND
mares, cheap Rear 474 Pa ave. nw.
105
SELLING OUT EXPRESS AND GRO
cery wagons, buggies, runabouts, sur
res Full teams furnished at wholesale
prices to retail buers. GANTZ, 1206 D
st. nw. Zl-tf
TAILORS.
EVERYBOL. CALL M. 7342 AND USE
my tailoring estab ; fine spring suitings
for jour inspection: four suits pressed
and sponged. $1 per month; delivery serv
ice H. FISHER. 909 H st nw. 92
UPHOLSTERING.
UPHOLSTERING. CABINETMAKING
and repairs Antique fur. reproducing.
JEAN AHRANO. I
1243 20th st. nw. 'Phone N. 3S23.
237-d
HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT U. S.
Upholstering Co.. 490 La. ave. M. 4S76.
126
SPECIAL FOR 10 DliS-5-I'lECE I'AULOH
witc. te-upUolterrd and le-cowred in Telonr or
tapestry. $10.93. COLUMBIA Ul'HOLSTEIUNG
CO.. 216 11th st. if. Write or 'phone Mala 5570. 13
C0URTLANDS.
COURTLAJvTDS.
Most desirable place for residences Is
Alex. Co., Va.; beautiful lots, with shade,
gas. new macadam road. 2 car lines, one
fere: choice lota. $200. Apply to H. W.
FINNEY. Courtlands, Va.. or H. C.
MACKALL, Metropolitan Basic Building,
Washington. D. C at
FURNISHED ROOMS.
314 B ST. NE. SEVERAL NICELY
furnished rooms, with or without L h.
k.; reasonable terms. 104
122 5TH ST. NE.-SEVERAL NICELY
furnished rooms for 1. h. k., near Cap-
itol and Library; reasonable. 104
SOS EAST CAPITOL ST. LARGE, NICE
ly furnished front room, on third floor,
suitable for two parties. 103
117 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-
nLshed rooms for 1. h. k., in private
family: no children. 103
21 EYE ST. NW. LARGE FURNISHED
room, with excellent board; 'phone.
103
622 MASS AVE. NW. NICELY FUR
nished rooms'; gas andbath. 103
iffi C ST. NW. TWO NICE SUNNY
front rooms; also hall room; with or
without board. - 102
WE HAVE Jl'STTTlEROOM OR PLACE
jou want. Our services cost you nothing-
the one who has the room to rent
pas us.
ROOM AND BOARD BUREAU.
ISfil G st. nw., room 32. 'Phone Main 2752.
123
FURNISHED OR UNFUR. ROOMS.
S12 EAST CAPITOL' ST. SEVERAL
furnished or unfurnished rooms; 1. h.
1 permitted: rent reasonable; car lines.
104
317 EAST CAPITOL ST TWO-ROOM
apartment, furnished or unfurnished,
for a reliable pam . reasonable 104
UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
722 1 STH .ST. NW THREE UNFUR-
nished rooms and bath for quiet couple:
light liousekeeping 104
Cll 10TH ST. NE THREE ROOMS.
with gas. $12 a month, entire second
floor 103
517 A ST. SE FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms on second floor, for 1 h k .
with hath. heit. and gas. 103
WS EAST CAPITOL ST -ENTIRE SEC
and floor, four rooms: south, west, and
north windows, light housekeeping, gaj,
and heat, adults onlv 103
K20 MASS AVE NE UNFURNISHED.
three rooms and hallroom. third floor;
also one large room, furnished, southern
exposure 103
ROOM AND BOARD.
ev, EAS.T CAPITOL ST TWO NICELY
furnished rooms, with board, near Cap
itol and Librarv. reasonable 103
S21 EAST CAPITOL ST TWO NICELY
furnished rooms, with board, hot-water
he-it. reasonable terms 103
21" 3D ST SE TWO NICELY FUR
nished rooms, with board, near Capitol
land Library, leasonahle 103
147 .MASS WE NE NICELY FUR
nlshed rooms, home table 103
BOARDING.
1120 13TH ST NW EXCELLENT TA-
ble hoard, single meals reasonable
rates, homemade dessert a speclalt 103
CUMBERLAND APARTMENT HOUSE
Cafe corner Thomas circle and 14th st ;
$2o per month; breakfast. 23c, dinner, 50c.
Caterers. Mrs H A DOE 111
TABLE BOARD.
61. A ST SE -EXCELLENT TABLE
board for trini-ienti or icgular parties;
terms reasonable. 103
WHERE TO DINE.
U WANTA EAT
Small Sirloin Steak, Plain 0 r
Fried Potatoes, Coffee, Bread. Sf
and Butter lj
HAVEN'S LUNCH,
1205 NEW YORK AVENUE.
102.106
BANK CAFE.
7TH AND E STS NW
Business men's lunch our specialty.
Short order cooking 73-S.w.f30t
WASHINGTON HOTELS.
THE TENNESSEE, ne. cor. 3d t G nw.
Three blocks of Union Station: very
reasonable rates. 'Phone Main 026.
53-tf
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
THE NEW LOGAN,
13TH AND IOWA CIRCLE
BEST RATES FOR BOTH ROOMS AND
CAFE 72d2Rt
THE KENESAW APT. HOUSE,
16TH. CORNER IRVING ST. NW
A few apartments available in this
high-class fireproof hou--e. furnished and
ur furnished, all rooms outside, large and
airv . location unequaled: open on all
sides, three elevators, service day and
night, both car lines, large cafe on main
tioor. excellent food and service, moder
rte rates, inspection welcomed
ICo S H BRIANT, Manager.
ATTRACTIVE SMALL APARTMENTS.
214o N st. nw Parlor floor, two large
rooms; bav 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, $22.50.
H M. TAYLOR. 617 14th st. 82-tf
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 38 V NW. CHEAP TO IM
medlate tenant; 3 stories, S rooms, bath,
pantry. Ilnen-room. &c.; perfect condi
tion. OWNER. 42 V nw. 45-tf
FOR RENT WAREHOUSES.
FOR RENT WAREHOUSE. 12 E ST.
se , good stable and wagon yard at
tached. E. G YONKER. 4S3 C St. nw.
102
FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR, 1424-1426
7th st nw.; room about 50x180; low
rent to good tenant. E. G. YONKER.
4S3 C st nw 102
FOR RENT OFFICES.
OFFICE ROOM IN EVANS BUILDING.
from May 1: fourth floor; southern
exposure; hot and cold water. Inquire
Dr. WALDO PEARCE. Room 419 103
PAPERHANGLNG.
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO YOUR
work at once. All work guaranteed.
IDEAL WALL PAPER CO.,
523 1-3 SECOYD ST. E.
62-tf 'Phone Lincoln 355-y
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING.
also signs; more than 20 years in busi
ness. C. G. YOUNGER. 42S N. J. ave. nw.
255
ROOMS PAPERED, $3 UP.
Woodwork painted 1 coat Free. 'Phone
or write J. H. BECKWITH. 51.6 7th ne.
59-6m
MOVING, PACKING, & STORING.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON AfiSOLUTE
ly fireproof storage. UNITED STATES
STORAGE CO.. 418-420 10th St. nw. 'Phone
Main 4229. & 177-tf
FURNITURE, BAGGAGE. PIANOS, &c.
moved with care: packing and shl.plng
a specialty. KRIEG'S EXPRESS. 1224
H st. nw. 'Phone Main 20W. K3-tf
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING.
THE 3UILTON SCHOOL.
1403 H ST. NW.
95-6m
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. 414-17
Kencis Building, Uth and O sts. nw. .-112
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FACTS ABOUT
FRANKLIN PARK.
When the sun rises it casts the
shadow of the Capitol on
FRANKLIN PARK.
We have Just what thousands of
people in this citv have
been looking for.
ANY AMOUNT OF GROUND YOU
WANT, FROM 50x200 LOT TO
TEN ACRES.
500 FEET ELEVATION.
PRICES POSITIVELY LOW.
YOUR TERMS ARE OURS.
NO TAXES.
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST.
We have several plans and
specifications of bungalows, cot
tages, &.C., which we will furnish
FREE.
We Plant Orchards, Fruit, and
Vines Free of Cost to
Responsible People.
CALL. WRITE. OR 'PHONE
MOORE & HILL, INC.,
Suburban Department,
1333 G ST. NW.
FOR SALE II ACRES. 4A ORCHARD,
all kinds fruit, new- 9-room hou.se,
stable, chicken house, S.c : location high
and healthv. near steam and trolley, in
Mar land OWNER, 616 M ne 104
FRANKLIN PARK,
THE
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 & HILL,
1333 G ST NW.
WATER FRONT FARMS. NEAR CITY
One 10-acre, one 16-acre: garden spot
of Man-land new steamboat landms.
daily boats ideal vummer houses
McC.IUK, 0:r, nth at. nw.
I0I-tf 'Phone M 7O0
SO CASH
And $10 per month (no interest) buys two
fine Clarendon Iots
PRICES RANGE FROM $130 TO $300.
"COLLINS," Clarendon, Va,
93-m.w,f-12t
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN4-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 cit . desirable neigh
borhood, well wooded For price and
terms, write OWNER. Box 38. Herald
office 106
FOR SALE HOUSES.
SEMI-COl-NTRY. BEAITIFUL SEVEN-
room house, all modern conveniences
61fiM ne. 104
FOR SALE
GREAT SACRIFICE AT $4,150.
10-ROOM DWELLING ON C ST. SE..
Near Capitol. Library of Congress, and
St Peter's Church, lot 12xl( to 20-foot
alley A loan on this property has fallen
due. and must be sold at once. For-
merlv rented at $3. per month
INVESTIGATE THIS UNUSUAL OP
PORTUNITY. H. L. RUST, 140O H M. nw.
9S-tf
FOR SALE FARMS.
ONE OF THE BEST GRAIN FARMS
in Virginia. 210 acres: house of 10
rooms and 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 and
terms, see VIRGINIA REALTY CO.
615 14th st. nw. 102
FOR SALE LOTS.
VALUABLE LOT. NORTHEAST, 5,500
feet, fronting three streets; splendid
site for church, school, or apartment
house. OWNER. 1402 L st, nw. 103
NON-MEDICAL.
CHIROPRACTIC.
(DRUGLESS HEALING.)
DORA I. BR0SENNE, C. D.,
IDA M. OLIVER, C. D.
Office: Apt. 1. the Madrid. 2300 ISth st nw.
'PHONE NORTH 604L
S5-S.w.f-150t
MEDICAL.
DR. SHADE. SPECIALIST.
FORTY YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING
STOMACH AND NERVOUS DISEASES.
Special and private aliments of both
sexes cured promptly. Consultation free.
Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to 5:30, Sundays 10
to 11. 728 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. 7C47. Office hours, 9 to L 3 to &
iCS-Gmo
DR. REED,
Specialist. 804 17th st.
Twenty-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,
harges low.
Free consultation
In person or by letter.
Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to .
245-tf Sundavs, 10 to L
HERB SPECIALIST.
WE MANUFACTURE A SPECIAL L1XE OK
herb rrmedin. piarantwd to enre or rrUer all alii
mrata. M. A. LOUIS & SON'S. Z9 O ft. nw. 96-Sm
SPIRITUALISM.
MRS. WHITE "WILL HOLD HER
Seance on Wednesday and Friday even
ings, 8 o'clock: private interview daily.
720 8th st. nw. 271-m.w.f-tf
Meetings Sunday. Monday. Tnursday, 3
p. tn.; message to each: dally readings.
Mrs. MalUryt.83.M.sLj3JB.-,PJipjieN.3Ml
2E2
LAMPS REPAIRED.
The only place In town to have your
auto lamps and radiator repaired.
MOORE & CO., 306 John Marshall Place.
228
VACUUM CLEANING MACHINES.
tUtina, Diamond, niebmond, llrie. DnnUtj.
HooTer, all other makes; aotd and repaired; fr
demonstration: prices. $5 to $125. cash or time. Main
41S5. NATIONAL. th aod D nw. 1U
WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING
YOU'LL WEAR BIXLIKEN'S SMILE
If you have the "Acme" do your win
2.'.J,fflce and house cleaning. ACME
WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 921 G St. DV.
'Phone Main 7159.
ELECTRO-PLATING.
r ELECTRO-PLATING.
Let us plate or refinlsh your table sil
verware, gas fixtures, brass beds, &c.
Anything made like new. Drop a postal
or 'phone M. 7045 and agent will calL
SCHWEIZER & CO..
50S-510 F st. nw. 171
PROPOSALS
rosT-orncE department. Washington.
D. a, April 5. UlL-Sealed proposal wUI be re
enrrd at the orEce of the Cfcirf Clerk cf this
department until the ISTH DAY OF MAY. IMI. at
2 o clncX p. m . at which time and plats' they will
be oprncd in the rrcaena? cf the bidders, or their
authorised atents rr attcrcej. for the purchase
cf wast material from tlw deportment, including
wast parer. old c-inTis with metal parts at
tached, old leather with metal rru attached, and
canraa and leather with metal part. attached.
canras -jtttcjs and lactnc cord, free from metal
partn, brass dnllmss. punchings. pin, lock
parts, brocon drillings, lock parts, &.c; iron and
eteel. steel strips from which lock parts, &c.. hare
been punched, old scales, bra and iron, from the
Annex Building, -luring the fiscal year ending Jnne
3). 1311. Itlanks for prcpoul. with specifications
and ira.trnctioo.1. will bo fnrr.Wied upon application
to the Chief Clert. tnd Superintendent of Building.
Pcst-nfflce Department, Washington. D. C. KllANK
H. HITCHCOCK, Potrcater General apl2.19 2S
rOST-OFFICE DkPARTMENT. WASHINGTON.
P. C.. April S. 1311. ricaled proposals will be re
cened at the ofhee of the Chief Clerk of tbi de
partment until thn ISTH DAY OP SHY. 1911. at
2 o'clock p. m. at which time and place they will
be opened in the presence of tho bidder K their
authorized agent or attomev. for the performance
of the following srrnccs a they may be required
during the fiscal vear ending June 30. 1312- Wash
ing and ironing towel shoeing hores. rcmonng
debns and aslic cleaning, winding, and repairing
the docks of the Pust-officr Department, lccmdmg
the tower dock Itlank foe proposal, with upecitl
cauor and instructions will be furnished uino ap
ptintiLO to tho Chief Orrk. Post-oHloe Department,
Washington. D. C FItANK H. HITCHCOCK.
Postmaster General. apl2.193
OKFICK OF THE fX)liM!SSIONKKS. DISTRICT
of Columbia. April 10. 1911.-6rsJed proposal will
be receited at this office until 2 p. m., TUESDAY.
April 13. 1911 for the construction of a coal yault at
1ngrro House No. 2. on Twelfth street northwest,
betwrm O ard II strorts. I. C Blank forms of
proposals, hpccincalionft. ard all necessary informs
tiontd may be obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engl
neer Department Room KS. District Building
Ct NO II. Rl IX1I.I-H JOnV A. JOHNSTON,
WILLI M V. JL'DSON. Commissioners, D. C.
apll-dt
ntOPOSLS WILL HE RFCEIET AT THE
Bureau cf Supplwi and Account. Nary Depart
ment. Washirgton. D. C until 10 odoefc a. m..
APRIL 14. 1911. ard piibdcb opened immediately
thereafter to furnish at th" nary yard. Washtrgtm,
D. C . a quantity of rreoil cylinders. AppUcatioos
for rropneal should refer to Schedule 346L Blank
propral will be furnished upon application to the
Bureau. T. J COW It, Paymaster General. U.
". V. arc 12
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OK THE
District of Colombia. Waihicgtoo, nril W 1911
Sealed propctiuis will be rescued at this office until
2 odock p. m. MONDAY. .May I. 131L for fur
nishing and oWitenng to the Di'tnct of Columbia
ore two-paaenrer roadster motor car. gasoline tjpe.
completely equipped for use in the Fire Depart
mert. thn city Form of proposal. ranci lions,
aid neirvury information ma be obtained upon ap
rlicauon to the Property Clerk. D. C Room 33.
District Ittuldire. CTNO H. Rl'DOLPH, JOHN
JOHNSTON. WILLI ASI V. JUDSON. Commis
sioner. JJ. t apll Jt
OFFICE OF TnE COV1M1SSIONERS Or THE
District cf Columbia. W ashingtcn. D C . April ,
1311 scaled proposals will bo receired at this
office until 2 odock p. m. APRIL 25. 1311. for
furnishing two steam ergjnc and two generators
for u- ra the SicHinley Manual Training Sciool.
thi city Kerm of iiropneAl. pocificatioas, and
necessary information mav be obtained upon apvli
cation to the Proptr Oerk. D C. room Z3
District Building. CCNO H. RCDOLrH. JOHN
JOHNSTON E. M. SIARKHASI (Acting).
Crmmisiore-s. D C apl-3t
OFFlCi: OFrTHE cbMMISSIONERSOF THE
District of Columbia. Apnl 7. 131L Proprwals for
the privilege of copying the numerical cards certain
ing tho tricnnal asFesment rf 19,2. for the pirpose
of avnplmg the new asmssment books of the Dis-
tnct of Columbia will be receited at this office and
opened on APRIL, 24. 1311. Copies of sneciricaUons
iray be ee-i at the ofSce of the Assessor of the Dis
trict of Oolnrrbii CI NO H. Rl DOLPH, JOHN
A. JOHNSTON, WILLIASI V. JLDsON. Ccmmis-
s:oner. I). C lpl0-3t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbw Wa!iuigton Apnl 8. 1911
SeaWI proposal nil be ncenc-d t thi office until
2 odock p m. 1-RIDAY Apnl 14. 1311. frr fur-
nishing ninety 'more or lessl standard District of
Columbia school drinking fountains sii.g!e cup
wall patterp, fcr use ui public school this city
Snccinrations. term cf prcpr-at. and necessary in
formation may be obtained upon application to the
Property Clerk. D. C Room ID. District Building.
CCNO II. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON,
E M SIARKILVM (Acting). Commissioners., D. C
aplo-Jt
OFFICE OF THE COSISIlSSIONEnS OF THE
Ihstnct of Columbia. Washirgton, Apnl ?. 1911.
Sealed proposals will be rccciKd at this orhce ucnl
2 o'clock p. m . SATURDAY. Apnl 15. 1911. for fur
nishing and delirenrg f. o. b. District of Columbia
siding Second and N streets northeast, B. & O
delivery, fifty tons, more or lew. granulated calcium
dilcnde. for use in the Engineer Department, D. C.
Fom of proposal, spcciflcatiorr. and necessary in
fcrmaticn n-av b obtained uprn application to the
Property Clerk. D. C. Room CT. Distnct Building.
('UNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
WILLIAM V. JLDSON, Ccmmisdomrs, D. C
apl9-Jt
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
Distnct cf Columbia. Wast-ington, Apnl . 1911.
Sraled proposals will be received at this office until
2 o'clock p. -n. FRIDAY. Apnl 3. Dll. for fur
nishing 4,450 brass corporation cocks and 4,400 curb
cocks for "tad and iron pirc, for ose in the Water
Department, this city. Specifications and form of
1 rrpcsil may be obtained upon application to the
Property Cleric. D C . Room 33). Distnct Building.
CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
E. SI. SIARKHASI (Acting), Commissioners. D. C.
apl03t
OFFICE OF THE COMSHSSIONERS. DISTRICT
of Colnmbii, Apnl 7. 191L Sealed proposals will
be received at this office until 2 p. m.. FRIDAY.
Ami 14, 311. for pebble-darhi-g all brick walls
from grade to bottom member of cornice and the
north wall of old building. Chevy Chase School, No.
Il3. Chevy Chase. D. C. Blank forms of proposals,
specifications, and all necisssry information may be
obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engineer Depart
ment. Room 427. Distnct Building. CUNO H.
RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON. WILLIASI V.
JUDSON. Commissioners. D. C. apS-dSt
OFFICE OF THE COSIMISSIONERS. DISTRICT
of Columbia, Apnl 5. 1911. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office until ip.ni., APRIL 17.
1911, for constructing Cardozo Slanual Training
School Building, to be located on the northeast cor
rer of First and I streets southwest, Washington.
D. C. Blank terms of irobosal, iprdflcatiocs, and
all necessary information may be obtained from the
Chief Clerk. Engineer Department. Kocm C7, Dis
trict Building. Deposit of $19 required to guarantee
return of plans. CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A.
JOHNSTON, WILLIASI V. JUDSON, Commission.
era, D. C. apS-dSt
PROfOSALS FOR USELESS PAI'ERS.-WAR
Department, Washington. April 1. 19U. Sealed
proposals, in duplicate, will be received Iiere until
2 pm.. APRIL 13. 1911. for purchase cf Useless
Papers of War Deportment. Proposals must be m
envelopes, indorsed "Proposals for purchase of use
less papers." and addressed to SI. R. THORP.
Chief cf Supply Div. ap3 7.S.19.11.12
PROPOSALS FOR HAULING ASH&&. WASH
ING TOWELS. SHOEING nORSES. AND PUR
CHASE OF WASTE PAl'LIL War' Department.
Washington. D. CfSIardi U 191L Sealed proposals
will be received here until 2 p. m.. APRIL 13. 191L ard
then opened, tor hanling ashes, washing towels, shoe
ing horses, and purchase of waste paper, daring
year ending Jnne 30. 1912. Information fumihed on
arpliciticn. Fcr hauliig ahcs. stale pnee per cubtj
yard: washirg towels, price per 1M towels; and pur
chase of waste paper, price rcr ewt. Proposals must
ba in envelopes, tndcrsed iTOsais tor naming
ashes." "ITopcsaU for washirg tcwels," 'Ih-o-posals
for horvsliocing,"" "ITctiosab for pirchase
of wase roDer." respectively, and addressed to
SI. R. THORP. Chief of Supply Dir. r.3.10.11,12
OFFICE OF THE COSISIISS10NER3 OFRTHE
District of Columbia. Washington. Ih C April i.
1911: Scaled proposals will be receited at this office
until Z o'clock p. m., APRIL 14. 1911. fcr furnishin
chd de'irering-road cil and tar; ard fcr applying
road oil -and ur to reads in the Dutrict of Colum
bia. Form of rroccsa. irenficallftn. and all necrs-
ry Jnformatiin may be obtained upon application
to the Property Cterk. D C Room (323, District
IlralcUae. CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHN
STON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON". Osnaissioperi.
D..& -, - ' !
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
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 S14 Eye sL nw.. next
to oth 102
IF TOU WANT THE "MOSTEST" AND
"bestest" for the "leastest." In the
Printing Art, give your next order to the
Carpenter Printing Co.. 1313 N. Y. ave.
nw. 'Phone. Main 24SS. 78-tf
HALRDBESSLNG.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
DCENA BLACK-HEAD SOAP.
Unsurpassed for treatment of the akin.
MISS CADMAN. 728 11th St. nw.
2S-tf 'Phono M. 7SL
ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
WASHINGTON ANTIQUE FURNITURE
shop. 2121 Pa. ave.; West 51; repairing.
fine finishing, general furniture work.
77-dtfexS
M. wEGAL. ANTIQUE FURNITURE
REPRODUCED. REPAIRING. 611 L
ST. NW. 'PHONE N 559-v mh2S-3m
BUILDERS.
C. L. Rlchardscn, contractor and builder;
general house repairing; superintend
or work percentage. 703 3d nw. 'Phone
Main 026. 84-tf
GIBBS. THE CARPENTER: REPAIR-
lng and remodeling: no job too difficult.
1423 I- t. nw. "Phone North 3607. 30.iat
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPRESIE (.OIRT OF THE LISTRICT OF
Columbia, holding Trwoate Court. No. 1T308, ad
ministration. Thi is to give notice that the
subscribers, of the Distnct of Columbia and the
State of New York, respectively, have obtained
from the Probate Court, of tho District of Colum
bia letters testamentary on the estate of Barsine
S Robinson, late of the Distnct of Columbia,
deceased. All persons hanng claims against the
deceased axo hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated.
to the suhsenbers, on or before the 10TII DAY OF
APRIL. A. D. 1912, otherwise they may by
law be eijded from all benefit cf aid estate.
Oivea under our hand this 10th day of .pnl.
1911 WILLIASI II. S10RRI. 81 William street.
New York City. JAMES H REEVE. 3601 Slacomb
street northwest. Washington D Attest
(Sc-al) JAMES TANNER, register of will for the
Distnct of Columbia, clerk of the Probate Court,
WILLIAM L. MILLER, attorney.
SUPRKSIE COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, holdrrg Probate Court Lstate of Francis
Ira Willis, deceased. No 17573. Administration
Docket ti Application having been made herein
for pmhote cf the last will and testament of said
deoeavd, and for letters of administration with the
will annexed on said estate, by Ida Cam Willis,
praying for the appoirtment of the Washington Loan
and Trust Company as such administrator it u or
dered this Sth day rf SJarch. A. D. 1911. that
Archie H. Willis. U. S .. Charles Willis. Harriet
Slayo Peet, and Julia E. Hew, and all others con
eemed. appear in said court on SIONDY. th
fth day of Mar A. I) 1911 at 10 odock a. m..
to show cause -whv such application should not be
granted. Let nouoe hereof be pnblished in the
Washington Law Reporter and The Washington
Herald once in each of three succ-sve weeks before
the return clay herein mentioned, the first publication
to be not lew than thirty days before said return
day ASHLEY M. COULD Justice. Attest- (! )
JAS1ES TANNER. Register of Wills for the Distnct
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. JOHN
It LARNER. Attorney. mh3 ap5.12
COMMISSIONERS NOTICE.
OFPICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
Dirtnct. of Co'umbia. Wasuicgtrn D C Apnl
1911. Ordered That the last piragraph "f
Section 2. Article WW of the Police Regula
tions of the Distnct rt Coj!,nuu fc hereby
amended so as to read as follows Slotor
lehides b-ought into the Ihstnct of Colum
bta by tourists or other nonresidents
for their use duncg a transient sojourn
only in Mid District, and who witn re
pert to such vehicle have complied with the
Ut requinng the registration of ownrs or opera
tor of such motor vehicle in the State c-Te-rVxT
or fo-eign country of their residence
and where the registration number showing the
identity of such State or Temtory or foreig-i
country is displayed on such vehicle, shall be
exempt from the police regulations requinng the
registration of and placing of numbers on moto
vehicle to such extent as under the laws of
such State. Temt ry or fo-eign country where
such an automobile 1 regitered lite exemption
ard rnvileges are granted to motor vehides duly
registered under the la-vs of the Distnct ot
t olnmbta ard owred or ene-ated by residesits
thereof. Upon such vehides not more than three
registration number, in. hiding the r-gistratirsi
number of the state TemtrrT or foreign countr
of which the owner or operator is a resident, shall
be displayed ' I UNO H RUDOLPH WILL
IAM V. JUDSON. Commi.-ooers of the Distnct
of Columbia.
E4ZLS0ADS.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
Ihiblished only as informant not guaranteed.
12:01 noon week days Pullman Parlor Car Wash
ington to Newport News. Norfolk, and 0"d Point
Comfort, ra Wash. So.. R.. F. i V.. Richmond.
aod C. A. O. R; Diring car.
20 p m. daily-WESTERN EXPRESS to Vir
ginia. West Virginia, and Kentncxy poirts. Full
man sleeper to tindnnati and LxiisvilIe. Parlor
Car to Sirgmia Hot bpni-gs week days. C t O
dirirg car
S3) p. m. daily-ST. LOUIS-CHICAGO Sl'E
CIL Solid tnm to St. Louis, with Pullman
leerers to Chicago. Steps ocI at important sta
tion. Pullman s finest equipment and li & O.
dining car. service a u carte.
11 M p. m daily-K. F. V. LIMITED to the
West. Southwest, ard Northwest. Pullman leepers
to Virginia Hot Spnrgs, Cincinnati, and Louisville.
Cincinnati sleeper open for cccupancj 10 p. m.
C. A. O dining car. emce i la carte.
Ticket Offices. 513 ra. ave, 1338 F t. and Union
Station. 'I'hoce. Mam 10C6. 23)0. and 7380.
SOUTHERN HALLWAY.
N. R. Following schedule figures published only
as information and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta. Birmicgham. Slobil-. New Orleans.
AsheviUe. 9 a. m. and 10,45 r. m. For Chattanooga
and Memphis, 9:00 a. m. dally Dining cars.
For Roanoke. Knoxville, Chattanooga. Birming
ham, New Orlean. 10.10 p. m. Dining cans.
For Roanoke. Knoxnllc. Chattanooga. Nashville.
SIcmphis. 1 10 a. m. daily. (Sleepuig car open after
10 p. m.) Dining cars.
For Charlotte. Spartanburg. Atlanta. Anniston.
Birmingham. 4 13 p. m. daily. Dining cars.
For UreerKboro. Durham, Ra'cigh. Charlotte, Co
lumbia. Charleston. Aiken. Augusta. Savannah.
Jacksonville, and Florida points. 20 p. m. daily.
Dining cars. L S. BROWN. General Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO BALLEOAD.
LEAVE UNION STATION.'
ROY'AL BLUE LINE
-EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR."
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW YORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY STREET
and W TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
T.-C0. 19 SO (Royal Special. 5 hcurs). &U0 (Royal
Special). 11:00 a. m., 'ISO. 3J (Royal Limited. 5
hours), '5 SO. S0 p. m. and 12.15 night, 2J2 a. m.
Diners and 1'arlor Cars on clay trains. Sleepers on
12JS night open at 10-00 p. m
PhlladclphU and Atlantie City. t"i. 120. lla
a. m., lxX), 30. t!S0 p. m.
TO B LTISIORE.
"EVFRY nOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week days. 7:00 a. m. to 100) rr. m.)
232. W. CO. im. 120. p3l. . 10.
1930. 10:00. 11S0 a. m.. 1230 noon. 1121T5. 13.
tlSS. 12fO. "330. t33). J0, UiO. t4 S. 3S0.
fSS3. SJO. 1630. 6J0. KSO. "SSO, fllSO. KSX).
10 40. 11 CO. 12 J5 night.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO. 9-10 a. re. 132. SJO p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND LOUISVILLE.
J 10 a. ra.. 1.10 p. m.. 12J0 night.
PITTSBURG. "9J0 a. tn.. '13 9J0 p. m,. '1237
nigiit. (Sleercr ready 10 p. m )
CLEVELAND, 3J0 p. m. COLUS1BUS. "530
p. m.
WHEELING, "3.10 a. m., S3) p. m.
Schedules of local trains at ticket oSces
Daily, tExcert Sunday. Sunday only.
TELEPHONES at following Ticket Offices: 1411
G st. nw.. Slain 1531; 619 Pennsylvania ave.. SI'ln
278; Union Station office. Slain 73S0.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY.
SCHEDULE IN ErFECT OCT. 2. 1310.
Leave Washington, New Ucicn Station.
917) a. m.-Daily All pouts on Norfolk and West
ern. 10:13 p. m. Daily Rcarrie. Bristol. Wiuston-Sa-1cm,
Knoxville, Chattanooga. Nashville, New Or
leans. Through Sleeper. Dining Can.
4:1Q a. m. For Bristol. Knoxville. Chattanocga.
Nashville, and Slemphi. Washington-Memphis
sleeper open 10 p. ra.
Tor Ncrfnlk Leave W'ashirgtcn 4a a. m. daily,
arrive Norfolk, 1133 a. m.; 12S1 noon dtiiy. arrive
NcrfoTk. 520 p. ra. weekdays. Leave Richmond.
Sunday. 4:10 p. m.. amre Norfolk. 720 p. m.
3 15 p. m. Daily Berryville. Luray. Shenandoah.
Trains from the Southwest arrive 6.43 a. m.. 10J3
p. ra., and 12:13 a. m.
All information Fourteenth street and New York
avennc (Bond Bnilciirg).
LOAN SOCIETIES.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
Women keeping house and others, with
out security. Offices In all principal
cites. D. H. Tolman. R, 606. SO ISth nw.
tf-U -
t -
AUCTION SALES.
ADASI A. WESCHLER, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES SALE OFA FINE PLOT W
GROUND HIONTING ON FOURTEENTH
STREET AND ON CLIFTON STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of two certain deeds of trust, one dated
January 22. M97. and one dated Apnl 3. 1399. and
recorded among the land records cf the Distnct of
Cdumbia. respectitely. in liber 2130. folio 343 et
sea... and liber 2101. folio 25 et sen... and at th
request cf the holders of the notes secured thenby.
the undengned snmiing trustee will offer for
sale on the premises on SIONDAY. the Mth day
of Apnl. A. D. 1911 at 4J0 p. m.. the following de
scribed property, situate in the County of W'aab.
mgton. Distnct of Columbia, to wit: Parts of lots
numbered one (1) and two (2). in block numbered
forty-five (45) m William C. Hill's subdivision of
the middle prt of the Columbian University
grounds know as University Park, as per pjat re
corded in Bootf County. No 6. pace 5. of the
lecords of the office of the surveyor cf tie Distnct
cf Columbia; beginning fcr the same at the north
west corner of said lotWme (1) and running east
sixty-six (6o) feet on W'ellmg street (now Clifton
street) ; thence south one hundred and twenty (129)
feet in a line parallel with Fourteenth street; thence
east one hundred and twenty four (124) feet in a
line parallel with Welling street (now CUftorj
street), thence south thirty (30) feet on Four
teenth street to the southeast corner of said lot
two (2) ; thence west the full depth of said lot two
(2) along the south line thereof; tlience north to
the point cf beginning, along the west lines of saal
lots two (2) and one (1). and containing n.623
square feet, more or less: Subject to an easement
for the benefit cf the adjoining property granted in
District of Columbia Equity Cause Nee 20.773. over a
rart of said property contained within the fol
lowing metes and bound, to wit: Beginning for
the same at a point in Welling place (now Clifton
street) fifty-six (56) feet east from the northwest
corner of said lot numbered one (11 and running
thence east along said Welling place (now alitor,
treet) ten (10) feet, thence south and parallel with
Fourteenth street one hundred and twenty (13
feet, thence east and parallel with Wdlmg piano
(now Clifton street! one hundred and twenty fonx
(124) feet to Fourteenth street: thence, south along
the line of Fourteenth street ten (10) fee: thence
west and parallel with Welling place (now Clifton
street) one hundred and thirty four (134) feet: and
thence north and parallel with Fourteenth street
one hundred and thirty (130) feet to ths pest cat
beginning.
Terms of sale: One-thrrd of the pnmhase moosj
to be paid m cash and the balance to bo pid
in two equal installments, respectively, in one and
two years from the day of sale, secured by a deed
cf trust on the property scld with interest thereon,
payable semi annually, at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum; or all cash at the option of the pur
chaser A deposit of S3D will be required at the
time of sale. Sale to be dosed in fifteen days from
day of sale: otherwise the property may be resold
at the nsk and cost of defaulting purchaser after
five days' advertisement in somo paper published
in the City of Washington. D. C. Conveyanacg at
cost cf the prrrchaser.
FREDERICK W. MeREYNOLDS.
Surviving Trustee. Colorado Buildfa.
didsexSa
THOS. J. unci & bON, Ancttoneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF IMPUOVKD RKJ
estate No. 193 ennont avenue. Bv TrrCue or
a certain deed of trut duly recorded in Liber
No. 2305. Folio S3 et seq.. of the land records
of the Distnct of Columbia, and at the request
of the party secured therebv. the underagnecl
trustees will sell, at public auction, m the office ot
Thos. J Owen & Son. 1131 G street northwest,
on THURSDVY. the 13th day of April. A. 1) .
1911. at 10 ociock a. m.. me loiiowmg ikio
land ard pr-nise situate In the city
Wash-
ington. Distnct of Columbia.
I-it No. fifty aj)
in J. 'Edgar Zug"s subdivision of original lot No.
five (5). in square three hundred and sixiy-one
(3S1) as per rrat recorded m cne onjee
the
Surveyor of the Distnct of Columbia
Liber
il It folm fi also the south four (I) feet
front "by the full depth thereof of Lot one (II tn
SI. C. Meigs" subdivision of lots in square three
hundred and siity-one (361). as per plat recorded
in the ofhee of the Surveyor of the District cf
olumbia ro Liber R W Kolln 12. Terms ot
ale All cash. A deposit of 1100 will be re
n,,Mrt .r timj. nt ml. All comei ancinc record-
I lrg. Ac. et cost of porehaser. Terms of sale
I to be comrlied with within ten days from day
1 cf sale otherwise the trustees reserve tne right
I to reell the property at the risk and cost ot
defaulting purchaser after five days' advertie
I meat of ieh resale in some newspaper published
I n Wawiingtrm. D C. CHARLES G ALLEN,
Erar Buildrrg, JAMES B. WIStER. Trustees.
arl -3.6 8 10 12
I S BEN&IM.LK. Auctioneer.
! ON THCRSDAT. ArRIL 13. 1911. AT 10 O'CLOCK
i m.. I will sell at public auction, at the Whole
sale Producer Market. 11th and B st. nw.. con
demned Distnct hc.re. No. 358 ind condemned Dt
tnct mnle No 23. By order Commisaoners D. C
SI C HARf.ROVE IToperty Clerk. D C apll-Jt
LOST LADY'S BLACK RIBBON BELT.
jiler buckle. F st. or 11th. near F Re
ward TELEPHONE OPERATOR. In
terstate Commerce Commission.
103
LOAN SOCIETIES.
CUT RATES
We make loans on Furniture. Pianos,
and Teams, and can save you from
$2.50 TO $10.00
(rejrulated bj- the amount borrowed) on
etery loan.
Mutual Loan Co.,
700 NINTH STREET,
'Phone M. 1574. Second Floor.
SAVEKi3NEY
BY DEALING WITH 3IE. EVERY
TRANSACTION STRItTTLY
CONFIDENTIAL.
"LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS.
INDORSED NOTES, SALARIES.
Room 309. TlctropoIItnn Bank Bide.
613 J.ltb sU Opp. Treasurr-
QUICK, PRIVATE.
K CONFIDENTIAL.
Salary Loans
To Persons Not in U. S. Employ.
YOUR PLAIN NOTE, NO INDORSERS.
CITIZENS LOAN CO.,
406 Commercial Bank Building,
Northwest Corner 14th and Q Sts.
Elevator to Fourth Floor.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
Women keeping; house, and others: cheap
est rates; easy payments. H. ELWOOD.
Room 416. 400 7th sL 43-tf
ON DIAMONDS.
WATCHES,
JEWELItY. &C
A FhiliTithronlc InstitntJon.
CAPITAL.- U.OOJ.OOo
Referecces Anj enwe4i rn
etitution in the dtj. Bedemp
tiens made rom pawnbrokers
and new loans issced at great
ly reduced aavies to the hor-
PBUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY.
Crcund floor. N. W. Cor. 12th and O sts.
Private aids- entrance. Tnnascrioct atrtcUr con-
fidentiaL
MONEY
On furniture, pianos, teams, etc Fill out
blanks plainly, mall to us. and tve will
hand you tho money In a few hours.
NEW YORK LOAN CO.
X30t C ut. nvr. Room 31, 3L OSO-M.
1 PER MO.
$1.00 FOR $50.
' You Carry the Loan
As Long as You Like.
Other companies will charge you $113
per month for tho same loan. Wo mak
no other charge. Nothing deducted for
papers, recordlntf, commissions, &ti. II
you are carrying p. loan now, you can
save money by making a loan with us.
We will pay oft the other company and
give you the advantage of our low rates.
No payment for two months.
National Loan & Invesimeni Co.
Thompson Bids;. 703 15th St. N. W.
Bet. G St. and N. Y. Ave.
THE ONLV IHIEPEKDEHT COMPANY
LOANS
On Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry.
3
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