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THE WASHINGTON HERAIiD. ERIDAY. MAY 30. 1913.
OBJECT TO UNIFORMS
WaiMnstoa Dalon Will Meet Wed
nesday to Make" Protest Against f J
Proposed I QitBge.
The report that certain bakeries of this
city will In the near future require sales
men to wear uniforms has resulted In pro
tests' that will take definite form at a
Lmeeting of the Washington Union of Bak
ery Salesmen, to be held next Wednes
It was said last night that In protest
ing the bakery talesmen will call atten
tion to the practice of many bakeries
in forcing salesmen to hitch and unhitch
their horses, and e en to take care of har
ness. It will be urged by the talesmen
that bakers are deceptive in bidding for
.the commendation of the public by nun-
kng their employes wear uniforms In the
Interest of sanitation.
Salesmen claim that it Is insanitary to
allow bread to be handled by the men
who attend to the horses. They say that
a member of the executive board of
their union was discharged by a Wash
ington bakery two years ago for urging
that salesmen should not be permitted
to enter the stables. Furthermore, they
say that more than a year ago they
made unsuccessful protest against the
Another argument of the salesmen is
that ft is poor policy to deprhe them
of their individuality by forcing them
to wear uniforms. Their individuality,
they argue, hss been exercised for years
in building the baking business in Wash
ington into a lucrative industry.
In Justice to many of the employing
bakers, salesmen say, it should be un
derstood that many bakers do not re
quire them to do what has been termed
the work of hostlers.
IN ANTFS CAMPAIGN
Opponents of Suffrage Decide Upon
Energetic Programme Against
"Vote for Women."
Anti-suffragists of the Capital decided
at their meeting in the New Willard
yesterday lo wage warfare with their
suffrage sisters who. they feel. hae
been allowed all too eas conquest of
the hearts of Washingtonlans. The Is
sue, it was determined at their meeting,
must be fought out to the bitter end
on the ground of the Capital Cltj.
Mrs. Frank J Goodwin, first president
of the District organization opposed to
equal suffrage, outlined plans for the
coming battles, and devoted much of her
addres to convincing members of the
organization that the time has passed
when the can afford to lean back and
trust to Proldence to sohe the diffi
culties She ald that the local organization
must be made stronger, that its mem
bers cannot afford to be too exclusive
in the earning out of their work. She
told them that the "antls" must not
scorn to come to close quarters with
their sisters of suffrage persuasion, but
must meet and silence them In their own
She laid stress upon the point that
the nators and Representatives at the
Capitol need the help of the "antis" in
determining theit action on the suffrage
4 question as much as the need the kind
assistance of the suffragists.
Two prett stenographers from the
equal suffrage headquarters attended the
antis meeting Vv hile a free discus
sion took place among the antls as to
whether the daring suffragists should oe
allowed to remain, theivouncr advocates
of '"Votes for Women" left
Among the innovations which are
planned for the organization of Washing
ton Antis are the establishment of an
Information bureau for the benefit of all
who wih to stud the suffrage quenlon
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
So 651 pt or H ACKER, Walter B sad Was 3
t to Boot E MihoreeT SUN X
OS Q aw)
So. te west pt ort It T-ALLEN, Jno O to Jos J
Cajlor til 114
Kith 4 H n.)
So. 663 It r bile 19 Meridian H1U-BRETJINOER.
Lewie & tt.cx Sadie I to Boot V Fleming tie
tr JIJ50. r 0
(E of 15th. X of FuU.tr st mO
Bo SS89 it a Mr 1 Meridian Hilt-Sams to Arthur
O Feeeenden et ox Lurr E joist teuitl 110 tr
(E of 15th. N of Fuller st n)
Sq 57 It 3-BRAN80h. Braes 8 et ox Ethel 1 to
Katherine A Baits (10
(Hd bet F A- a nw)
So. sa org lu 1 2-BCRCH. W Tbemraon et nx
Sally B to Chaa P Stone A Chas W Fairfax JiO
(501 nth nw)
So 6XJ II blx I Add'n to Comma Hta-BARNARD,
Ralph A Guy H Johnson tn to Km O Stlirrt
(Ralelzh it bet Hlrh Tin PI A Waelart PI eel
So SET It 33-CARLIN. Wm A et nx, HatUa F to
um vv crass "10
fU3 7th nel
So JUS pt It 4 Kingslon-CARROLL. Cbaa O et n
Lillian M to Sam! Scriteoer no
fth bet Asnen A. Butternut ata nw)
So CI ore It T-CAVANAUGH. Emma J in on
right & u admtx to Edna a ntxnofn
fith a A id nel
So JSS3 It 111 blk 33 Col Hta-CASTELLA. Emma
to Ollrer r Hay J10 trust WW
(lzll Banard rt nw)
So ICG9 lusil Wi An Tk Sama to Barrr War
ner A Annie Maria Elliott joint tenanta S10
fWle are bet Feesenden A Garrison ata nw)
So 24J It 84-COCOHLAN. Jno I) aub tr to tba
Geoln Tnlr 3I2.000 1-0
ruth A L sts nw)
Sq "HO 1U 304 to M Add n to TTaab'n Bta-DAV-
IDSON. Frank G et ux Satan B to Chaa H
Daridaon $10 tr
(Aahnwad Pt brt 30th it A Coon art nw)
So 360 Hi Tl to T3 4 M 4 rt H 56-D1SUEB, Uxtu
C to Frank E O Brim J10 M
("00 to Fla ate nw)
Mt PI pt tract dtoild-DABl,I.VGTO.V. Jot J
A Jno II Clapp aurr tn A auh tn to Lewis E.
Brranlnfffr $30 000 HI
So SS3 It 1 blk 3 Col Bta-ELLIOTT, Banr w
et ux Annie M to Emma Canella $10 tr $4,000 K
(131 Harrard it nwl
So S3 It 31 blk TO Trtworth Addn-EI81NQEB.
Walter u &. jib u in to noutu uuau t w
(Tib brt Tajlor Crahnr ata nw) u
Kn SIM It w Mk X Petworth Add n GdTTWALx
Cdith U. sole at to wary n laiocr iv kwit-
nanu A tr $2,250
(S rJ Tailor. " of Tth nw)
So U It H-GOHE. Ju H rt m Lillian N to
Frank G Carpenter $10 tr S7.CO0
rim TKth nwl
So K pt It 15-H ELLEN. EuSMua L, EUaabeth B
3Iarun A Clarence u ueuen to juoa o um-
(Allcj brt X A O. Mb A Sat nw)
So 3O0 It 123 blk U Jlolmead Manor-BASTIE,
Belra I W rt Tir Donald to Herman W A
Rajmond T Baran $J) coienanU A tr $3,250 i
(3S3t 10th nw)
So 2C3 rt It block 3 PI ria A Lamara Outlet
HENDEL. Bom S to Sara Schwartz $10 W
So S3 It 202 ttash'n Hta-KENDALL. Mirj.D to
Anna B Harria Watnoush $10 eorenanU 111
C21U ttjeming are nw)
bO 322J It 31 hlk 70 rrtworth Add'n LAMAB. W
Bnairtl to Annie E Elalncer $10 55
(7th brt Tailor A l'rhnr ata nw)
So C7 north rt org It 2-LEONABD. Franda to
Jaa JJcUujhlin $10
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bo 112 pt on It l-LOWLLL. Rata to Jno Kane
IKK to 410 5th it ne)
bo 551 Pt on It 4-MAHORNET. Boot R rt ex Cora
A to warren r urcnuer aiv iruu mw w
rx O st nw)
So 551 pt on lta 7 A S-Same to aama $10 106
(Q at brt Uth A 13th ata nw)
bo 103 It 01 MCrEfl Arthur O et ux Lillian L to
Thoa E rant jro tr KJ w
(S C are brt Kj aie A ltth ar)
So 2BC2 It blk It Ineleiide-McCULLUM. lielie V
to H LaUne uni am
nrs Kilrmirnr n nw)
So SE lta H 23 A 34 bi t Krotlworth-UALLEKT.
(TMat Boulerard bet O at A linaa an na)
Bo lit It rt-POUGET. Jno et tn Ambroala to AJ-
phonaa Vlxnaa $10 . .57
(M3 Ut aw)
HO 17 lta A to F-PLAGER. Barrr 8 et ux Mora M
to Alfred M DucteU $10 corrnanta 1
fBT to S3 20th nw A rear)
So 3UT It blk IT Dobbtaa. Add'n-PAUU Jos et
nx Elra to Carrie E Pfeiffer 0 tr S3J0O S
Ot Brjant at nw)
So ta ha 13 A ltO-rLAOEB, Barrj 8 et nx Mora.
M to Jno F Stnckert $10
(Dintman PI bet N Cap st A N J m nw)
So 07 It TJ A pt It IJ-BEEVES. Owen T Jr t ttx
Lillian B to Thus 8 Orodorff $10 182
(tlat bet N A O nw) '
So 200 It n blk II Inxlralde-BOBrKSON. E Thoe
et nx Flarmoe H to u aAiane urwu iu a
rmf Kirhnnm PI nw) r
So S3 lta 13 A lfO-RICE. Annie T to Harry B
Plater W tr f. '
ITtincman n bet X Cap at A N J are nw)
So 30S3 lta 24 A 25 Mk 1 Schnetwn Pk-SMITB.
Jaa et ux Euxabeth to Katberine T Mart $13
covenants & tr .
(2921 A 2523 Ga are nw)
So 152 It 127-8MITH. Francis E A rTtdlt 8 exra
to tYm B Walker $10 1
(COO Oresoo at nw)
So 152 It W-SHDMATE, Otrar W to Lcdwix eon
Dolrks $19 tr $IJ00 S3
(1740 Oregon st nw)
So $8 it 133-SCRIBVER. Wm B et ox Harriet
L to Frances Smith $10 aob to rlrtt ot war U
(702 fth ne)
Sq 403 pt on U 2 4 3-SCBDLTIES. Albert et nx
Annl I to Tboa H Uith $10 aub to rixht of
(I bet $th A th nw)
Sq ta It SI-STEWART, Geo E to Edw B Olner
et ux Laura F joint taunts $10 tr SASD 12
(2117 O nw)
Sq M It 51-Same to Erneat P Btll $10. aub to.rlrht
rj . J. .. CI WW ' 11
(2115 O nw)
So 3 lta 133 A ltO-STCCKERT. Jno P. rt ox
Beater E to Albert SchuIUea $10 tl
(Dincman PI bet Cap at A N 1 ate nw)
So 440 pt on It 1S-SCHWARTZ, Ben rt nx Paia
to bom a Hrodei iib 'ju
Of brt Cth A 7th nw)
Sit PI pt dractibrd-THOMPSOX. ilarj B Swain
to Lrwia E Breunlnser $10 113
So 3388 It Chilian Caatle nta-TBE WASB'N
LAND A MTU CO to li H uwrence ai.uw erne-
LAnfffn it lrt ' Can A lat nw)
So 3SS It 102 blk II inelealde-WILSOV. Balch B
rt ux Carrie I) to 11 Latane Lewu no
(1730 KUbourne PI nw)
So 2E02 It 103 blk II Inxieilde Sama to aame $10
(17(1 KUbourne PI nw)
So 2002 It SS blk 14 Indeaide WILSON. Balch et
nx Came D to 11 Lalant ixwla iw
(1731 Kllhouroa PI nw)
So 203 It s-WALKER. Wm II et ni Grace A I
to tlm B Smith $10 U $7,000 41
(nil ltth nw)
So US pt It T2-WILLIASIS. Ralph P rt nx Lrdla
B to nerman M Grime and Raymond T Ratan
$10 tr $600 I
(Wli are brt Water A Gra-e ata nw)
Bo 0774 It 881 Anacoatla WALbON. Geo O o
Frances E Frailer $10 04
(Pierce st bet Jackaos A Washington st ae)
Your Bank Account Begins to Grow When You Are Represented in the
HERALD WANT ADS
The Advertising That Pays Big Interest
1 Cent word
II aa cxoenelttBT sects Ta rwarwaemteal tm tfc nenlj -- - a 4
IT other kind ot adrertuin- ttmckca yottr oesietbok ao llsrktlT. sasd la ssare to yield satisxmctorr
Mr. Advertiser, da yea realise hem
Pasret Wo other klad ot adrertuinsr ti
returns. We have proof et that watch So toots for the asktas;.
Semlnarr to Haw Xerr Home.
An architect Is now busy on plans for
a building on Nebraska Avenue near the
residence of Charles C. Glover. It will
be the new home of the Mount Vernon
Seminary now located at Eleventn ana
II Streets Northwest. The new property
consists of twelve acres. The old property
is assessed at SSO.000.
Taft Order Mar Be Abrosmted.
K.n.tnr Brvan of Florida yesterday In
troduced a bill providing; for the abroga
tion of the Taft order reorcanlzins the
customs service through the consolidation
of ports of entry. This order, said the
Senator, militates aealnst the Import and
export trade of some sec'ions of the coun
try in favor of others.
dally er e. jf. 4.
FOE BEST BEAL ESTATE.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE. WELL. FURNISH
.d:. Piano: from June 1 to October L
430 10th St. ne.
TO RENT HOUSES, KIC US NOW,
. aa. IUIIiOUM, JJUJ Jtl. Ot. HW.
I0R SALE BEAL ESTATE.
WILL. SELL EQUITY INTEREST IN
valuable Park Road property reason
able. Address 203 Park Road.
HOUSES-THE HSRALD CLASSIFIED
. aas are read It two-thirds of wash'
lngton s homes every momlnr;. That a
the kind of advertising that will rent
;ur nouses. ITy It.
WB GUARANTEE COIAECTIOV OJ" BENTS.
TELLOTT a STDBBLTrilXD.
Uth and D Bta. aw. Pbona K. M.
CALL FOR MT RENT LIST.
J. L. KOLB. 93 New York Ave.
Coupon Books, good for $7
worth -of classified advertis
ing, may be purchased for ?5.
YOU CAN'T TALK TO TWO-THIRDS
of Washington every mornlnir unless
you use une vvaantngton Herald, une
want ads Introduce yon rlcht Into the
COUNTRY HOME IF TOO CONTEM
plate. irolng; to the suburbs, try an ad
In The Herald classified. It will locate
SALE3MAN-A flENTLUIAX OP REriVE-
ment. bralna. and tact; will raarantee S3 day;
permanent emplojmmt. "BEDROCK," llerald.
WANTED MEN WITH "GET UP AND
get" qualities, who will sell real Ufa
insurance, tne kind that sells itseir. i
am maklnc arood monev at It and will
help you to do the same. Apply 9 to 10
a. m ana 430 xo &.2D n m l;. j. I'lvr:.
w rouneentn street jvortnwesu
WANTED-SOLIC1TORS FOR DAILY
newsnaper: Frederick city and county:
good pay for experienced men Address
postomce BOX IK. Frederick, lid. stat-
Ing reference, age. and experience.
LECTUBE BY MBS. KELLOGG.
SofTniKUta Ire Told of tVomrn'w
Part In Indian rounclla.
Mrs Laura Cornelius Kellogg, a mem
ber of the Oneida Tribe, one of the six
nations of New York, addressed a meet
ing of suffragists at the Chamber of
Commerce last night. She told her audi
ence about the Indian women, whom, she
said, she considered now to be the re
sponsible part of the Indian people
Mrs. Kellogg is seven-eighths Indian.
She has studied at Leland Stanford Unl
versity. Barnard College, the University
of 'Wisconsin, and In universities in Eu
rope In her address last night Mrs.
Kellogg laid stress upon the fact that
the Indian women had alwas had an
equal voice in the councils of the tribes
Arrangements for the Washington con
tingent to Baltimore have been com
pleted More than 100 women are to go.
They are to have one of the most prom
inent positions in the suffrage line of
march, and b reason of their "chic"
costumes expect to reserve the greater
share of applause to themselves.
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i Motion Picture News
ttttHtfutmwi n u n i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i ii m tn 1 1 1
100 MEN FREIGHT HAN
DLERS; WAGES, 20c PER
HOUR DAY WORK, 25c
PER HOUR SUNDAY
WORK PLENTY OF
MERCHANTS & MINERS'
TRANS. CO., PIER 3,
PRATT ST., BALTIMORE,
A Daily Feature in the Herald.
rnie dally news feature of The Washlnsjton Herald U for the benefit of
everybody Interested tn motion pictures.
SnsaTeetlons. commeata. criticism. Inquiries, and question, are Invited.
Address communication, to Motloa Picture Editor. IVaahlastoB Herald.
photoplay masterpiece. "Madame Du
Barn," acted by the stars of the Thea
ter Francaise. Paris
The Kinemacolor films of the Panama
Canal and the Balkan war at the Belasco
are proving unusually attractive, and
help in making many new "movie fans."
Coming release of the Kinemacolor com
pany. "His Wife's Birthday Present" and
"Man's Best Friend "
WANT AD H0B0SC0PE.
People of this birthdate have the keen
est hunger for knowledge, but lack pa
tience to carry out a persistent course of
They are exceedingly impatient of long
methods and seek some short cut to suc
cess and are apt to be led away by
speculative business propositions and lose
Some of the best public speakers and
lecturers come under this sign, but only
reach distinction by the hardest kind
of work, through self-discipline and ap
plication Persons of this birthdate should make
a dally study of themselves and look
at their faults earnestly and strive to
This date should awaken persons of
tnis oirtnaate to watch the Want Ads
, for new opportunities and larger chances
Homes may be sold through a Want
Ad In the coming week and clerks and
merchants may come to favorable agreements.
"The Battle of -Gett j sburg." a mag
nificent five-reel production, is to be
shown at Chase's Sunday and Monday.
There will be added to the playhouses
showing pictures exclusively another
theater next week, with the production
of tin- great Kalem masterpiece. -From
the Manger to the Cross," at the Casino
vvt Plctnre. Toln.
"The Honor of a Soldier," drama (Edi
son. "The Good in the Worst of Us," drama,
"The Widow from Winnipeg." comedy
The Comedy Team's Strategy," cora-
Faith of a Girl." drama (Lv.bln).
"The Spider Which Lives in a Bub
ble." xoolog (Pathe)
"Transportation Methods in Java,"
"The Human Vulture" (two parts.
special), drama (Pathe)
"The Wood Fire at Martins," comedy
"A Husband's Trick," comedy (Vlta
graph). UNIVERSAL FILMS.
"Be It Ever So Humble," drama (Nes
tor) "The End of the Trail" (two parts),
"The Plaj thing." drama (Victor).
"Child of War." (two-reel), spectacular
and dramatic (Kay-Bee)
"Her Big Story." a great newspaper
First time shown at Maryland today.
Announcement is made of the engage
ment at the Garden next Monday and.
Tuesday of the magnificent hand-colored ' comedy, soon to be abown here.
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FUBHT3HED BOOMS FOB BENT
PLEASANT HOME; SPECIAL RATES
for all summer Mrs C NEW-
COMER. Harpers Ferry. W. Va
WA.NTED-HJRMTURa. Or ALL KINDS; WILI.
rar Kn beat eaah retrea. Call at yocr ctmTenlenee.
AMERICAN FURNITURE HOUSE. CI E St. nw.
Phone, Main 11101
WHAT A HERALD WANT AD WILL
not do is pretty hard to find out.
FOB SALE-XICO T ROOM HOUSE WITH CEL-
lar, stable, chicken raraa; 14 seres land;
sear ettj; Md.; nice location. AppJjO B St. nw.
HONEST SACBLFICE SALE.
Out-of-town client orders sale of 18S
Calvert St.: house of It rooms, 3 baths;
modern equipped: cost! J11.600. Will you
give 0,750 for It? Inspect at our cost.
D. H. JOHNSON CO. 1303 H N. W.
SALE OF PUBLIO PBOPERTT.-WAR DE
partmeat. Uay X On. Then win be sold at
auction at 19 -a. bv. JUNE 3, DU, wtthla
north ooartrard of State.' War, tad rtary BtdldUsc
buckets, chairs, desks, trpewrlnsx ?irfttn trpe
wrlter deaka. sflrer-plated rjtchers. electrlo tsnt.
water coolara. water cooler rabtaeu. water eooler
stands, are. Articles to ba remoted wlthont dalar.
at rlik and expense of porchaaer. M. B. THORP,
Chief of Snpplr DlrUon. mjUS3J0Jl ift
FOR SALE 3-STORT PRESSED-BRICK
house on 23d St. nw.; will sell to relia
ble colored party on small cash pa:
ment ana Daiance rnontniy. ttox
TROOlt DETACHED PBAUE HOUSE
larra lot on Harrard 8t. nv near 13th. tvm
be aold en amall eaah parmest and balance
monthly. Owner nede money and moat sail
Quick. BOX H. Herald.
I AM INSTRUCTED BY OWNER TO
sell a six-room, frame house: new:
only occupied four months: near Takoma
Park: S minutes to car line; for CJS0.
Less than cost.
J P. DAVIS.
txo Bond Bid it.
Phone M. 263.
100 OLD FEATHERBEDS AND PIL-
lows at once by the CAPITAL BED-
DINO CO . 1141 7th St. nw TeL North S3
CABIN JOHN PARK
ON THE CONDUIT ROAD
CABIN JOHN BRIDGE.
Only a short distance from the
end of car line.
AH lots 100 feet front, at prices
from 3200 and up. with easy
terms. Come out today.
Salesmen at end of car line and
on the property.
AMERICAN LAND CO.,
.. II ALDERMAN.
BE A DETECTIVE-EARN 1 1M TO BOO MONTH-
rartlralan. wrhe DETECTIt E WAGNER.
123 Leitnstoa Are, New York.
HIGHEST TRICE TAID FOR WORN CLOTH-
lnr. hate, and ahoes. send postal; will call any
time MALICKSON. 313 IVi or. aw
fit. dv. Apt. 1. Open erenlaaa. Phone Main TC5.
PEOPLE WHO USE WASHINGTON
Herald want ads come back for more.
There's a mighty good reason whj
SALESWOMAN-WHITE LADT OP REFINE
ment, hralna, and tact; will cnarantea 13 day;
permanent employment. "BEDROCK." nerald.
NOTICE. Pavra Tickets Cashed. Second
hand Diamonds and Jewelry bought.
Loula Abraham.. 815 G. opp. Pat. Office.
CABDS AND CABD CASES.
Down (So tihe Prices en
COLORED LADT OP REFINEMENT. BRAINS.
and tact, will guarantee 33 day. permanent em
ployment Adores "BEDROCK." Herald Office.
TOUNO LADY. OF AOE. OR WITn CONSENT
of parents, to learn a Orst-cUea outdoor act lor
parks, fairs. Ac. trod salary and expenses paid;
erpenecew nnaecesaary, one wlUlnaT to trarel pre
ferred. Address Box 3Z Tba Herald.
PARTY WITn SMALL CAPITAL CAN SE
core half interest In a flnt-daas attraction, play
!cr fain, parka. Ac.; splendid epportrmity for s
hostler, one who ran trirel and rite hia tuna pre
ferred. Address Box 3 Tba Herald.
OPPORTUNITY FOR ONE WITH
small capital to secure rights for Wash
ington for substitute taklnffplace of gas
oline for motor cars: elves more mlleagn
and can be sold at profit for much less
thin gasoline. Address BOX 69, Herald
FOR SALE BAKERY AND CONFEC-
tlonerv. established for 30 vcars. A.
C. JOY, 714 7th St. n.
We hare a special lot of rctra trod billheads,
statements, enrelopes. and blotters at pricea that
will surprise yon. Ont-of town orders siren pewnpt
auention. Aak for sample, and rxiora.
CARPENTER PRINTING CO- Ine,
Phone Mali S3 s tw York Are.
INTRODCCIVO rRtCTICAL JIETBODS
TO INSURE SUCCESS. CRYSTAL
INSTRUCTIONS BY AP
1M INDIANA AVE. near lt and C ata. nw.
ONE ACBE AT CHEVY CHASE,
near Keokuk St., beautifully lo
cated between the two car lines;
owner must have money at once, so
will sacrifice to quick purchaser.
BOX 80, Herald Office.
1428 L Street N. W.
PHONE NORTH 4533.
We Are the Lamest Dealers la Used
Cars la the South.
Cars Bonarht, Sold, or Exchanged aa
Auto-Tires and Inner Tubes
Reliable grades, right prices. Bleyelea. tires, and
accessories. Famous Red Seal batteries. PolxrhaS
eU, S ralv SL73; 1Mb. can trarsmlsrlon CBaasa.
Hi tal. Puritan polish. 30c; Anne spark pings, ec
FOR SALE-UUDSON ROADSTER. .11 lIONTHS
old. excellent condition; complete eooipment; two
horns; extra, tires; owner going abroad immediately.
Call 1TJ1 ZUt St- nw., or phone North S33.
GARAGE FOR RENT.
SPACE FOR RENT-DEAD STORAGE
for automobiles. 33 mo. Apply 1119
ltth St. nw.. opposite Portland.
UMOU3INES and CADILLAC Tearing Oen.
Flrst-dsaa aereice. COLEMAN AUTO CO .
1014 14th St. N. XV. Phone M. 3743.
Llmooalnea. Trxniat Cars, sad Taxlcaha at
regnlar taxieab rates.
ilLKE 1T L BL nw. Phone North UT.
FOR HIRE 5-PAS. PRIVATE AUTO;
33 Der hour foi 4 cassenzers. 2D3 Fa.
Ave- so. Lincoln 1335.
32.00 per hour.
AUTO HIRE CO. Linen. SO.
31 SQUARE FEET. LOT 13x39 FT, -ON
Georgia Are., sear Eorlkl: room for S houses;
W 000 BOX SS. nerald OSlea.
FOR SALE K0 MONTHLY: NO CASH
payment required: house with six
rooms, bath, and reception hall: furnace
heat and gas: electric lights In all rooms;
porch 68 feet long; large poultry house
and i-acre of land under cultivation:
fruit trees and grape vines In bearing;
excellent lawn with large shade trees:
grounds inclosed br cood fence. See
owner. W. R. WILSON, Rlverdale. Md.
PB0PEETY TOE EXCHANGE.
PROPERTY FOR EXCHANGE.
First-class Cleveland residence prop
erty, with best of location, to exchange
for good farm within to or SO miles of
Washington, along the Potomac River:
valuation S31M0 CHANDLER A PHIPPS.
1S Society for Savings Bldg, Cleveland.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
STORAGE AND EXPRESS.
PEOPLETS STORAGE: A KXPIIES CO.
Vtt vs mm. tton. pack, cc ship ywir fiiTTiltrjre.
Non but crptrloioeii mm fa our emptor, chirm
morlfYitt- rhane N 33m. 1540 Tlh SE. nw
PROPOSALS FOR HAULING ASHES, WASH
tng Towela, Ac War Dept., Washington. D a.
Mar 3. 1313. Sealed peoposala wUl be recelred hers
tmtil 3 p. m. JUNE 5 1113. and then opened for
baolisg aahea, washing towela, ahoeing horaea, and
winding and rerouting electa daring rear ending
Jane 30, 1911 Information furnished on application.
For hauling aahea state price per-cuMo jard; wash
ing towela, price per 100 towela, and wind
ing and regulating clocxa, price per dock.
Proposal must be in enrelopes. Indorsed
'Proposals for Laulmg aahea," ' Propoaala for
washing towela." "Propoaala for horseshoeing."
" Propoals for winding and regulating clocks." re
scertirelr. and addressed M. B. THORP. Chief ot
Eurple Die mjSJOJl JexJ
JOHN B. LARNER, Attorney.
Sri'REME COURT OFTHE DISTRICTOF 00
lumbu. holding Probate Conrt. No. ISCO, Admin
istration. Thia ia to glre notice that the ubscriber.
of tbe District of Colombia, baa obtained from tia
Probate Court of the District of Colombia letters
tettameatarr PB 9 estate of Christine P. Fletcher,
late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All per
L sons baring daima against the deceased are herebr
I warned to exhibit tne aame. with tba Toncnera
Ihereof. legally asthentlcated. to the anbecriber on
or before the I3TH DAY OF MAT. A. O. 1SH;
otherwise they may by law be excluded from all bene
fit of aaid estate. Glren tinder my hand this 31st dar
of liar. ISO. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY, by FKED'K SCHELBER-
GEK. Trust Officer. Attest: (Seal.) JAMES TAN-
. ER, Register ef Wills for the District of Columbia.
; of the ratal Gbuztv tar3p.Je
NO ARGUMENT NEEDED
The ftct that The Herald Is Washington's recognized home
newspaper, going right into two-thirds of Washington's
homes every morning, should put an end to all argument.
Your classified ad in The Herald WILL BE HEAD.
WHEN HERALD WANTS ADS SPEAK
Washington listens. Theres something
In THAT KIND of advertising.
SUCCESS ACORN GAS RANGE; 1MV. OVEN
and broiler, with wanning cioeef-
CLYDE L. BOWERS HI Uth St
LOST AND POUND.
LOST THURSDAY. MAY 3, FROM
Lenox to Magnolia Streets, Chevy
Chase, female Boston bull puppv. Reward
If returned to T. Y. WATER, Chevy
FOX TERRIER. RLACK AND WHITE:
wire-haired, male, named Jeff. Re
ward. 1344 U St- nw.
LOST-LADY'S GOLD OPEN FACE WATCH;
imtiala "R. X ." with lotket fob attached, be
tween lltb and F Sts. and Union 8tation. Reward
if returned to W. L. TOWNSEXD. 1C3 New York
Under this heidinj the Waskkglon Herald -trill insert advertising;
devoted to Poultry RsJxiag- ud Selling, and all lines related to the
DUCKLING S-WANTED TO PUR-
Ch&SO Scleral inzn "rnrftam Mnnrt"
ducklings: must be reasonably priced for
cash. Address "L RT." Herald office.
MANAGER POSITION WANTED BY
miaoie-agea man as manager of su
perintendent of chicken farm? AmH.
":ed: .single; . good nxhiu. Address
FOR SALE CHICKENS.
I WANT A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL
of SSOTor more to Join me In buying and
stocking a chicken farm; knowledge of
business not essentlsL Address, for par
ticulars. Box SS. Herald office. .
For s corn or a ealloaitle tcalloua) of anj trpe or
cbartcter that we cannot painlessly, bloodlenalr. and
radically BEDROCK (detach!. Ingrowing nails and
maltreated bnnlona treated by modern, humane,
aieeptlc ttrgienic) methods end arpliances. Poaltlra
results guaranteed. Rates. tOe the com. For ap
pointment pbona lialn 3CS or write
CHAS. B. HAMILTON. M.C. ? sidg
Georra A. WilUamvm. secreUry Shoemaker Com
pany. 1331 Pa Are Phone Main 1138m.-
Cnaxlea Slades. 3d M. ano ra. are. jiain ii..
John Garden, PoaUl Telegraph Ox Main (600.
Anthony Boll-, porcnaeing agent ana superrisor
"Harreye" Famoaa Eating House, Ta. Are Phou,
Henn Achterkirchen, proprietor Hotel Frits
Renter. Mala 39S.
TIN SPOUTING AND BEPAIBING
ROOF PAINTING AND REPAIRING.
GEORGE M. TEATMAN, 6th and Md.
AveS W Phone M 33
SCREENS, CABINETS, AND CASES
KELLY & SWART.
517 7th sw. Phone Main B330
STEAM. H0T-WATEB HEATING.
PROF. THORSTOV, DANCINO IKSTRUCTOR.
Is) Mil BL se. Strictly prirate.
LABGE 14-B00M HOUSE ON EAST
Capitol St. near Capitol. Front
and rear yards; electric lights; sta
ble in rear. Will sell to reliable
party on small cash payment and
balance monthly: or exchange
equity for small house. BOX 60,
AUTOS FOR HIRE. FTVE AND SEV-en-passenger
touring ears and taxlcaba.
Reasonable rates PHONE M. lflX
AUTOMOBILE OARAGE AND REPAIR, SHOP.
S3f Ith St. a.: brs atorags. If month; gsao
fine. 13 eents per gal. Cyhadar ott. If easts.
MOVING, PACKING, & STOBLNG.
MOVING, PACKING. STOBING, AND
EVERYTHING IS OUR BUSINESS.
IJTTLEFTETJ. ALV0BD & CO.,
607 14th St. nw. Phone West 3T-
Tour household goods let its nxrnlsh sn eattmafs.
Rates by load or contract. Padded vacs sad retlahls
morers. Paddcg; Shipping. Storage.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.
Phone slain 300. CH3 E BL nw.
FREE MOVING FOB STORAGE-CALL M. 3U
for estimates. 300 separaU rooms. BiUTH'3
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO- m S St.
FOB SALE OB BENT.
GET OUR SALES AND RENT LISTS.
JOHN F. DONOHOE SONS.
314 Pa. Ave. S E.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
In small and large sums. All transac
tions conducted with economical consid
eration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUN
DERS & CO. Southern Bldg. S07 15th sL
MONEY TO LOAN on approved city real
estate at lowest current rates: special
nrlvlleees with resDect to nrlor navments.
Tyler & Rntheford Inc.. 730 15th St.
H0BSES AND CABBIAGES.
50 BETS OF HARNESS JUST ARRIVED: GUAR-
anteed ralnes of from ITS to 33L for sale at 31X73 ta
tU. H. S. LEART. 310 Pa. Are. nw.
CARPETS CLEANED & ST0BED.
CARPETS CLEANED AND STORED.
Oriental Rugs washed. Lowest prices.
W.U. I. HAIit.
Main Ki. 103 l"th St
ENF0BCED (BESTOBING THE)
-vrrnorrr drugs w surgical operation
ta a CURE for the SERIOUS CHRONIC. INCUR
ABLE tac-called) dlseaeee after every other remedy
haa tailed. NEAB-M1RACULOCS CURE of tba
dererat ailments are art forth la FKXJC BOOK
LET at orSre or mailed.
Hoirrs. 10 a sl talnm Snndar tl to 1.
LtDT AbSISTANT CONSULTATION FREE.
PROF. n. N. D. PARKER. MS 9lh St. nw.
Fee ray bta- ad. here Mopda-a.
Work called for and delivered.
23d and N. Y. Ave. N. W.
Phone West SS3 and 6S8.
DO NOT FAIL TO HAVE YOUR HAND READ
br tba world'a wonder. She baa beert an ore
the world, and knows erreral languages. She wUl
tall -oa bow to oieimoe your tronblaa so matter
what -our case mar be lore, marriage. lTn. ot
otherwise. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ra c st i'
- Renalrs. Storage.
Phone M. iff.
1309 G St.
AWNINGS & WINDOW SHADES.
THERESS MONEY TN POULTRY YOU
can get It out by using Washington
DUPLICATING AND PBTNTING.
8)1 ltth St. nw.
Ask tor estimates rx
1 ALL PRINTED
Phone M. CTL
FIRST-CLASS WORK: LOWEST
prices 3011 H Street Northwest.
Phone W. 1435-M.
bTENOURAPHT. TYPEWRITING. COPTING.
and maniMcrlrt rerised. Hours after 43). M. XI".
8 ilcLaehlen Bldg . 10th and fl
PIANO TUNING, 3L50: WORK OUAR
anteed: 30 vcars' exnerlence in repair
work. T. HOLVERSON. 1232 East Cap.
PROF. CARL VON HACSER. SKILLED PIANO
and. Oral Tuner: no cbar for eraminsttu.
SCSI, tin SL ne
FOB SALE CHICKENS.
YOU CAN SELL YOUR POULTRY
through aa ad under tils headier.
KEYS. LOCK. AND GENERAL HOUSE
repairing- work guaranteed. A BRA
LOVE. 212 ltth nw Phone N. 1074.
VEST ARTISTIC FLOWER VASES FOB BALE.
XS ltARTLAND AVE. NX.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FIRST
class onaaue shades: hunt: at 50a each.
A card will bring salesman- R. C M
BURTON & SON. 911 E St. nw. Phono
WINDOW -SHADES & SCBEENS.
CtamprebciulT auortmesU tn stocrk tad aud to
eraer tJude, crwni, tnd doom Fncca tUTajt i
iontble. SAtlsfactlon gTJritetd.
MOVING PICTUBE POSING.
WANTED-Setenl lonng Ladies and Gentlemen to
pose for roOTing ptctares; will call for laterrlew aren
mca after 8 or Rnnda--. Box 71. Herald Otnce.
CARS WASHED THOROUGHLY AND PROMPT
LY at STEELE OARAGE, 43S-0 Ith St. nw.
Phone M. Mt.
JEWELRY REPAIRS-WATCHES. CLOCKS.
lewelrr ot all descriptions; work guaranteed. I
DE OAHA. Jawelrr. lm L nw' Phone -03-r
LAW SCHOOL BOOKS WANTED.
Books of every description boueht and
sold- PEARLilAN'S BOOK SHOP. 62J
11th St N W
STBAW HAT CLEANING
V .MUl.il CLbANEfU) RENTED. Sl PER
dar. House, carpet, and window cleaning.
Vacnnm Co.. 303 llcfilll Bide Pbona M. 33-g.
PnON'E M. TI39 TO HAVE YOUR WINDOWS
cleaned. Acme Window Cleaning Co.. P Q nw
DIAMONDS. OLD GOLD. AND SILVER BOUGHT
or ex-banged for new jawelrj. 330 F st nw..
room 110. Phone M. UH.
BANJO. HANDOUT OUITAR LtSSO.tS BX
air. L. A. CALLAN. U0 ith at. ne. lutractor.
ICE CREAM AND CANDT.
VIUTK UUCSS CANDT KITCHEN. S33 STH
it. n under dcw maugemnt. BoiBsHa)vS
r-ind? dtllv and rnre em cmm.
!oy prlpii,-Oto Maggey. -153 N tt w.
BOATS ANB ACCESSOBIEs!
OUR MODERN EQUIPMENT ENABLES US TO
mats tout old straw Tonne Pbona 1. ant -r
call for and drll-er. 433 Ith St. sw
BEAUTIFUL SAILING YACHT FOR CHARTER.
BARGAIN'S IV MOTOR BOATS.
L M, THOMPSON.
Velatl Bids, sth and O Sts.
(Cfeesapeake Beach Ry.
SCHEDULE OF EXCURSION TRAIN'S TO AND
FROM CHESAPEAKE BEACH.
ESeetl-s Mar 24. 13T3. Snhject to change without
Going, lease District Line. 10. 1131 a. m.. !.
a 10. aod 1 15 p. m. Retnralsg. leare the Beach,
33 a. UL. list, , I, and M p. m.
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.
Going, tear District Line, 3, 1033. U33 a. ra..
3. 3J0, 4. and I a p. ra. Retumlng. leare the
Beach, T a. ra.. C JO. 3J0. . I, . and 10 p. ra.
W. F. JONES. President.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
3JI p. m. DiUj Sleepers to Lod-riEe, wrfmta
IndUnapoUs, and St- Loots.
IJ0 p, m. DaHj Pullman to Ci-tcin&atl and Chi
cago. 11 J9 p. m. DaHr-Sleepers to Virginia Hot Spris-a.
Cincinnati, and Louis-tile.
Offices. H3 P- Art. 1330 F BL. and Union Statlon.
N0BF0LK WESTEBN BALLWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY S. Ba
Leers Wajhington. New Union Station.
a. ra. Dallr All points on Noxfont A We-cem.
10J0 p. m. Dallr Roanoke, Bristol, Wlnatoo-
Salem. Knoxrille. Chatlanoon. Naahrllla. haw Or-
leana. Through aleeper Dining cara.
1.10 a. m. For Bristol. Knoxrille. Chattanooga.
Naah-ilie. Memrhis. and all rants in the South
west. Washington Memphis sleepers open at 10 p. m.
ror Norfoa-laT( dallr 43) a. ra- and SI noon.
Arrite Norfolk 119 a. to. sod 331 p. m. Parlor
4J0 p. m. Daily BerrT-lHe. Larar. Shenaadoah.
Trains from tbe Southwest arriie ( 15 a. ra.. ItiSt
p. m.. and 1315 a. ra. dallr.
peketa and ufbrmatlon at 1119 New Tort Arenue.
WE Kctd rtinjitnjf. Eton FUtam, snxcrie and
-- -. .... ir itisiMUUC, ssba -rf4AU-4-. I l-e. -C-1J -Jaj aMCil ID. .UlUlUtTlllleata -aafj
to par for It. D, Notes, US Ia. Are. Mala 39H. H. TOIMAN. Room SOS. 531 15th St. nw.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE AND
others upon their own names: cheaD
rates, easy payments, confidential. D
How does it chance that two fair maids.
Who seek romance at shores or glades.
Return again with tales opposed
Anent the men the spot disclosed?
One vows a beau for every day
The month or so she was away..
The other's righ denotes mishap:
"I didn't spy a single chap!"
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