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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
AT COLLEGE PARK;
iLieutenant Kennedy Has
Accident Similar to One
I u Two Weeks Ago.
What came near being- a fatal acci
dent at College Park happened yester
day afternoon at 5 o'clock, when Lieut.
(Frank M. Kennedy, in the new double
control Curtlsa biplane, fell forty feot
to tho earth, partially smashing: the
aeroplane, Lieutenant Kennedy miracul
ously escaping uninjured.
After making- several splendid flights
about the field, Lieutenant Konnedy
climbed up several hundred feet, and
had almost completed a gildo, when tho
smash came. Fortunately, however, ho
had stopped his volplaning when at a
'height of forty feet and was beginning
a "straightaway" course. The occur
ance wbb similar In every way to the
one last week, when Lieut. Lelghton W.
.Haalehurst and Arthur L. Welsh wore
killed, only Lieutenant Kennedy did not
have his machine under a strain.
The accident cannot bo explained,
.because at the' time tho machine was
Is&illnjr fairly slowly and there of course
was not much momentum to the ma
chine. However, when It struck tho
ground the Impact was enough to smash
.both planes on the right end of tho ma
Ichlne. Lieutenant Kennedy, when tho
machine hit the earth, was uninjured,
not even receiving the slightest bruise.
For several minutes tho other aviators
and enlisted men wero greatly alarmed
for fear another fatal accident had hap
pened, but upon reaching tho scene, they
ifound that Lieutenant Kennedy was un
injured. Parts to replace those broken have
been ordered, and the machine will be
ready for work again In ten days.
School Field Meet
Real Record Breaker
More school children participated In
the elementary school track and- field
championship which was won by the
Curtis School at the grounds of tho
National Capital Horse Show Associa
tion, than has ever been seen in any
outdoor events held in this city. Emery
and Force Schools were second and
third in the number of points won. Tho
events wero well contested and much
sport was enjoyed bv the young8ters.
Points wero won aa follows:
Curtis. 19; Emery, 14; Adams, 13 5-6;
Polk, 12; Pierce, 10; Hyde, 9; Cook, V;
Thompson, 6; Edmonds, 6; Ludlow, E;
Blake, 6; Ross, 5, and Morgan, 4 1-3.
In the division championships tho
Oalllnger Adams, 54; Force, 46;
Morgan, 26; Cook, 18, and Dennlson, 4.
Rosedale Edmonds, 19; Pierce, 17;
Hayes, 6; Ludlow, 5; Webb, 6, and Car
New Tork avenue Thompson, 30;
Emery, 29; Polk, 22; Gage, 12; Arthur,
10; Abbott, 9; Morse. 6; Blake. 5; Eck
lngton, 6; Langdon, 3; Seaton, 3; Brook
laad, 3; Webster, 2; Henry, 1, and Gales,
Virginia avenue Lenox, 17; Peabody,
18; Wallach, 9; Cranch, 3.
ML Pleasant Hubbard. 34; Monroe,
32: Petworth, 18; Johnson, 8: Ross, 5.
Georgetown Curtis, 76; Addison, 20;
Toner, 18; Hyde, 14; Jackson, 10; Fill
more, 7; Corcoran, 6.
Garfield Park Brent, S8; Jefferson,
SO; Dent, 4.
LONDON, June 21. The American
competitors in the open golf champion
ship made a disastrous start in the
qualifying round yesterday on the Mulr
Field links, Haddingtonshire. The wind
was extremely troublesome.
The American player, J. G. Ander
son, of West Newton. Mais, took
eighty-soven strokes to complete tho
nrsi rouna or eighteen holes, while
John J. McDermott, of Atlantic City,
took ninety-one strokes. The best
score made thus far is 76. Only twenty
out of the thirty-six couples playing
today will be qualified to play In the
championship proper on June 24. The
loiai numoer or entries Is 212.
In the second round of the cham-
plonshlp Anderson retired. The Ameri
can champion McDermott was In better
form and completed the round In eighty
one, but his total of 172 for the two
rounds put him hopelessly out of the
running and he failed to qualify.
The leading score at the end of the
second was 149, made by George Dun
can, of Great Britain.
Interest Growing in
Potomac Club Regatta
Much Interest Is displayed by oarsmen
of the District In the annual regatta of
the Potomac Boat Club, which will tako
place Saturday afternoon on the Upper
Potomac. The elght-oared race by
crewB of tho Potomac Club 13 slated
as the feature event. Four crews of
that club will start In this race.
Special races which will Include crews
of the Analostan Boat Club. Old Do
minion Boat Club, and Technical High
School are scheduled. RaceB will stait
from the Three Sisters Islands, the first
one to start at 6:30 o'clock.
President Charles G. Warder will be
referee and starter; F. R. Underwood,
clerk of course: W. C. McKlnney, John
J. Xolan, and C. R. Zappono, judges at
finish; R. B. Dent, announcer, and John
Hadley Doyle, E. Richard Gasch, and
MaJ. Douglas Spencer Bliss, timers.
Harvard Wins Freshman
NJUIV LONUON, Conn., June 21.
Harvard won the freshman elght-oared
race, the first event of the annual ro
gatta, today. The Crimson took the
lead at the start.
At the one-mile point Yale had forgea
(Ulead but Harvard proved too strong
point, where the race finished, the Har-
vara doui iea Dy a length and one
eighth. The varsity four-oared race was nt
on the card. The big event, the varsity
eights, was scheduled for 6 p. m. with
the Harvard men supremely confident
of winning. Yale was ready to put up a
Butcher to Pelicans
' DETROIT. June 21. The Cleveland
club has sold Outfielder Henry Butch
er to New Orleans, the club from
which Butcher was purchased a year
ago. This leaves Ryan as the only
extra outfielder, but two youngsters
are expected in the near future Man
ager Davis will not reveal their iden
tity until the deals have been com
pleted. It would occasion no surprise If
three other Naps were disposed of
toon to make room for recruits.
LIFTS BLAZING CAR
TOO LATE TO SAVE
LIVES OF THREE
Farmer Comes to Rescue
When Speeding Automo
NEW YORK, June 21. In an auto
mobile accident ono of the worst of
the year three persons were burned
to death, another so seriously burned
he probably will die, and two others
badly injured on the Fulton avenue
turnpike, near Hempstead, Long
That comploto incineration of four
persons did not take place was duo
to the timely arrival of Albert Berg,
who has the strength of an ox, and
the calmness and judgment of Louts
E. Stone, a victim of tho accident,
who lay propped up on tho bank of
the road and directed the work of
resclie. Mr Stone is more than sixty
years old and is the father of Fred
Stone, of Montgomery and Stone, the
With his son, Mr. Stone, who lives
In Freeport, was in a small runabout
after midnight when It was struck
by a five-passenger touring car. Tho
largo car was driven by Alfred Nail
ana, a chauffeur for an automobile
concern Nalland had boen engaged
by Benjamin Mollneaux, of Queens, to
go after Mollneaux's .runabout, whlph
had broken down.
Four In the Car .
Alfred Baumgartner, a friend of the
chauffeur's, was taken along, and on
the way from Hempstead, Frank Van
derwater, a friend of Mollneaux, and
Dr. A. C. McCombs, a dentist, formerly
of Hempstead, were picked up.
Tho big car was sailing along the
turnpike at the rate of sixty miles an
hour, it Is said, when the little run
about with Mr. Stone and his father
came from a cross road. The big car
ploughed through tho smaller one, and
Mr. Stone, sr., was thrown to the road.
Tho shock caused Nalland to lose con
trol of the steering wheel, and the
next Instant the big car had struck
a telephone polo at tho side of the
road and turned turtle. Dr. McCombs
was thrown out upon the grass, re
ceiving a dislocated shoulder and other
Able To Lift Car.
Pinned beneath tho car wero tho
four other occupants. Fortunately
the accident occurred near where
Berg lives. He Is considered tho
strongest and biggest man In Nassau
county. Ho weighs more than 300
pounds and Is 6 feet 5 Inches tall.
Before he could reach tho men under
tho car a gasolene tank containing
thirty-five gallone of the fluid burst
and formed a pool In the road, satu
rating the clothing of the men.
In an instant it was on fire. Bergi
with a strength almost superhuman.
fiut his shoulder to tho car and jacked
t up. He held it there while, from
where he sat with three- fractured
ribs and a wrenched leg, Mr. Stone
directed a man named Frank Griffith
how to pull the men out.
Griffith pulled out Nalland, Vander
water and Mollneaux, but so Intense
were the flames that Baumgartor was
burned to death where he lay.
Nalland was rushed to the Phipps
Hospital, where he died last night at
7 o'clock of the burns he had re
ceived. Two hours later Vanderwater
FAMILIES DRIVEN OUT
OF RICH APARTMENTS
Elevator Boy Stick to Post In Ex
clusive Building On River
NEW YORK. June 21. More than fifty
wealthy and exclusive families fled In
panic and In night clothing early today
during a Are In the twelve-story Chats
worth apartment house at Riverside
drive and Seventy-second street. Half
suffocated by smoke, the elevator boy
stuck to his post until all those on the
upper floors had been carried to the
The fire started In the apartment of
Henry Schutten, on the fifth floor. Al
though the dense clouds of smoke caused
much fear, the actual (Ire did but little
damage owing to the promptness of the
Body Found After
Hanging Year in Tree
MltfSMMLA, Mont, Juno 21. The body
of a man about thlrty-flvo years old,
mipposed to be 13. Kost, a glove-trotter.
Judging from papers found on him, was
discovered hanging by his leg in a tall
pine tree foi ty feet from the ground.
The bodv had heen hanging for mora
than a venr, .ind was nearly mummi
fied. The coroner returned today with
the bodv fiont the Mlsuoula county
hills, wherii It was discovered by covv
hnvn looklnir for cattle.
The man evidently had been sitting
at-trlde a limb, above an old Indian
hunting platform. Apparently he had
slipped, and his leg caught In the limb.
Hit coat Mind overcoat were hanging
over his head.
Former Persian Shah
Mohammed-Ali-Mirza, the former
Shah of Persia, Is celebrating the for
tieth anniversary of his birth today.
Dr. Andrew C. Draper, who for many
years has occupied a foremost position
In American educational circles was
born on this date in 1848. In 1S94 Dr.
Draper was elected president of the
University of Illinois. He remained at
the head of that Institution for ten
years, when he resigned to accept the
position he now occupies as commission
er of education of the State of New
York. Dr. A. H. P. Lefrey, noted
authority on law and professor at the
University df Toronto, Is celebrating the
sixtieth anniversary of his birth to
day. Ladrone Islands Taken
Fourteen Years Ago
Fourteen years ago today the United
States took possession of the Ladrone
Islands. On this date, in 1749, the city
of Halifax was founded by Lord Hall
fax. One year ago today the White
Star liner Olympic, the largest ship
afloat, arrived in New York on her
On thlB date, in 1S53, relations between
the United States and Austria were
strained by the seizure at Smyrna of
Matin Kostza, a Hungarian refugee,
who claimed to be an American citizen.
On this date. In 1887, Great Brlealn cele
brated the golden Jubilee of Queen Vic
toria. The cornerstone of the present
St. Paul's Cathedral, in London, was
laid on this-date, in 1875.
Phone Main 5260
I--M-H-1 Ml .H' l-l-.l-l-l.-l-l-I-I-I-I-I-I-
HOT WBATMKH CUHIMU,
REMEMBER TUB HOME OF
GOOD ICE CREAM
AND ICES. ALL. FLAVORS.
$1.00 per Gal 50c haIf aal
We give you the best.
Wo Deliver Promptly.
GEO. H. AMREIN,
1009 M. Y. nvr. Ph. M. 2233
THE VACUUM TREATMENT ! the
MOST WONDERFUL CURATIVE AGENT
IT CURES Those AILMENTS YOUR PHY
SICIAN CAN'T and DON'T CURB. BOOK
LET tell, of NEAR MARVELOUS CURE.
IT IS FREE GET IT.
LADY ASSISTANT Hour 10 a. m. to 8
p. m. Consultation and advice FREE.
PROF. H. N. D. PARKER,
1022 0th St. N. W.
My Bis Ad Appear Every Monday.
:: MANTELS TILING i
Of every description, all the latest
. patterns in Marble, Tile or Wood, Firs
. . place trimmings, Gas Logs. Grate.
. . etc. Sanitary and Decorative Tiling.
. . Repairing.
:: EDWIN E. ELLETT,
1106 th It N. W.
PHONE N. 7326.
SLIP COVERS TO ORDER
Five-piece lulte only P. 48. A 20-yard suite
brt material used. Call M. 7032 and repre
sentative will call with sample. 112 F at. nw.
EXPERIENCED TEACHER and university
graduate Instructs during summer In Ger
man or English; children also taught. Ad
dress 1424 Euclid st. 1
PARENTS Was your child promoted? I
am coaching pupils; public school methods;
reasonable rates. BOX 240. Times office.
WHY THROW your old straw or Panama
Hat an ay, when vou can have It cleaned.
blocked and made like new while you wait.
OLYMPIA HAT CO.. 908 F nw. Estab. 1900.
AN UNUSUAL OFFER
This ad and 75o entitles you to ft dosen
cabinet Photos, 2 positions, showing proofs;
all work guaranteed. Open Sundays.
MELNICK STUDIO. 802 7th St. N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST From an automobile, between the
city and Slher Spring, a lady's blue serge
Jacket Finder please phone Takoma 22-W,
and receive reward. ..
LOST Neck chain, amethyet pendant, value
as a gift. Reward If returned to 923 Mass.
ave N. W.
LOST Belt bag. gray leather, nickel chain,
Thursday, 11th st. car, 10 20 a. m. Re
ward 1327 Glrard st !
LOST A large K. of C. emblem ring. Finder
please leave at K. of C Hall or write E.
L VASSAR. S3 Shipwright ., Annapolis.
LOST English Bull Dog;
female; white with brindle spot on head
and back; leather brass studded collar, about
1V4 years old A liberal reward for return
to Chinese Legation. 2001 lth st. X. W 1
LOST Sliver bag In the Arcade, or between
Arcade and 11th st. on Park road, on Wed.,
June 19. Reward If returned to the Mont
gomery Apt., X. Cap, and M St.. Apt. 3. ..
LOST Fox terrier with tag No. G712. Re
ward for return to 1232 Union st. S. W.
Answers to name of Prince. 1
WILL THE MAN, accompanied by little boy,
who picked up lady's pendant In front of
Elseman's, near 20th and Pa. ae., return
same to W. P. ItARXHART, 1707 14th St.
and receive reward? 1
LOST Diamond and pearl brooch, on 9th St.,
June 18. .Mrs BROWN, 1612 9th st. N. W.
FOUND Two coats, 1 key, 1 hat box. 3
books, 6 packages, 1 drinking cup, 2 pair
glovee. l fountain pen, 15 umbrellas, 1 chain!
i suit cases. 1 bill. WASHINGTON. TER
MINAL CO.. Union Station.
HAIRDRESSING, SCALP TREATMENT,
HAIR DYEING, MANICURING, Chiropody.
Facial Massage. Ladles only. 617 11th st. Nw.
mSS ACTON M""0 Massage.
QO avium face and scalp trees
701 H ST. X. W. ment. Phcne M. 7903.
LADIES, LEARX BEAUTY CULTURE.
MIRROR BEAUTY INSTITUTE.
910 F ST. N. W.
"MTKS flATNT manicuring and
lVXIOO KJ&.in SCALP TREATMENT.
716 7th st. X. W.. Apt. L Ph. Main 7425.
liLi-OO W-EJUUOTTeatment. 8j0 N y
AVE.. Id floor front. Hours. to 6 p. ro.
COOKS Colored, 67 per week; laundress $5
week; 10 colored waitresses, $15 per month;
at once. FISHER'S AGENCY, 419 lOih X.W.
COOK Wash and Iron, reference required.
Apply before 6. 1113 F st. N. W.
1 COOK; 4 all-around colored girls for cafe.
1621 7th st. N. W
COLLAR STARCHER Experienced. AddIv
TOLMAN LAUNDRY. 6th and C sts.
GIRLS for folding circulars and filing Ap.
ply between 7 and 8 p. m. 1322 R. I. ave.
GIRL Good, colored, for general housework.
washing, and Ironing. 1329 X. Cap, st. ..
LAUNDRESS -White. t do gentleman's
washing; must send for and return laun
dry each weak BOX 244. Times office. !
PATIEXT XUR8E for child 4 years old.
1413 Newton st N W
PERMANENT POSITIONS for bright young
ladles between ages of 17 and 21; applicants
must be 1 ft. 4 In. tall Apply TELEPHONE
SCHOOU 72212th St. N W.
SEAMSTRESS Experienced. to operate
power machine. Apply BOX 245, Times of
flee. STARCHER At once. Apply ELITE LAUN
DRY. 2117 14th St. X. W ..
WAITRESBES-jExperlenced; wages $7 per
week .610 Mb x N. W
WOMAX Settled white, for light work to go
short distance In country; good home but
small pay 1005 H st X W i
WOMAX White, as cook to go In suburbs.
Apply after 6 p. m 1634 Rlggs pL X. W.
YOUNO GIRL-Whlts to learn waiting la
lunch room. UK lith st. X. W.
YOUNG LADIES Two refined for high class
work: must be neat In appearance and have
good address1! positions are both pleasant and
profitable. POX 21D, Times office. ..
HELP WANTED MALE
BARBER Good, for Galthersburg, Md. board
with proprietor. Apply M. TREGOR SON8,
3 B st. N. W, 1
BARBER-Whlte. Apply HOTEL DRIB
COLL, Barber Shop, 1st and B sts. N. W.
BARBER First-claw white; steady job guar
anteed; $3. to Saturday. 2018 14th at. N. W.
BARBER for Sautrday; 4 guarantee. 143S
Wisconsin ave. N. W. ,.
BARBER At once; good wages. (21 Pa. ave.
N. W. !
BAKER for out-of-town (80 per month for
603 10th st. N. W.
BARTENDERS 25; II and board, for Bal
tlmore. Apply DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY,
12th and Pa. ay.
BOYS Two with experience at tinning. W.
G. HOUSE. 16 11th St. N. B.
BOY to deliver orders. Apply PURE FOOD
-"WW O.H, AIM, BI. 1-t. W,
BOTE over 16 years old, with bicycles. As
ply WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH OF
FICE. 1401 F st.
LABORERS 75, good, colored, to work on
extra force for B. and O. R. R. Co. Meet
at Union Station, 3 o'clock Sunday evening.
way paio. Also can at 810 M st. N. W.
LABORERS Three colored. Apply on Mo
Klnley st., one block east of Broad Branch
ranl IPItt Tnv Ti nnntrtv .
.w...i .-w..,. it jJiLsyjn, j
M LABORERS at Takoma Park subway; 20
cents an hour,
MAN Young white to work In grocery. Ap
ply 3416 11th st. N. W. ..
To learn the auto business and bo prepared
to accept good positions that are opening
up. Three at once.
NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
fth and O sts. N. W. Open Tilt lp.ni
MEN to cut wood and ties; good wages guar
anteed. J. W. NASH. 476 K st. S. W. 1
NIGHT CLERK Young man. TERMINAL
HOTEL. 44 G st. N. W. Bring references.
rHESSER Good, for new and old work;
good pay. 214 7th st. S. W.
PORTER Colored; one who understands driv
ing Washington car. Apply
BEN SCHWARTZ. 020 F St. N. W.
SATURDAY 1IARBER: $3 guarantee.
WESTERN, 1249 7th St. N. W.
TIN ROOFER Ono good, and shop hand.
Apply 1524 14th St. N. W.
WANTED Two first-class laboratorlans at
65 04 per diem, and one third-class labora
torlan at 13.84 per diem. Naval Proving
Ground, Indian Head, Md. A competitive
examination will bo held simultaneously at
the Navy Yards, Dovton, Mass ; Brooklyn,
N. Y., and Washington, D. C, July 15. 1812.
for the purpose of filling the above positions.
For further Information address. Comman
dant of. tho Navy Yard at which the appli
cant desires to be examined.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; only
few neeks required; wages after first
month; steady position guaranteed; write for
catalogue. MOLER'H BARBER COLLEGE.
207 Bowery. New York city.
YOUXO MAN with some experience In bak
ery, at once. A. W. FELKA, 6325 Georgia
YOUNG MAN for ofllcn work. Apply Mgr.,
Stonelclgh Court, Conn. ae and L sts.
Male and Female.
BPECIAL CIVIL SERVICE Courses for those
desirous of entering Government Service.
Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping. Eng
lish and Penmanship taught by experts. Spe
cial coaching for backward students. Day
and night school all summer. Frs catalogue.
Positions for graduates.
BTRAYERB BUSINESS COLLEGER
Ninth and F sts.
FRANK FULLER, Principal.
Stenography, typewriting, business and civil
service courses. Summer rates. Positions se
cured. Students coached. Stenographers' ex.
amlnatlon July 23.
WOOD'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. 311 East
Capitol el, day and evening sessions all
summer; shorthand, typewriting, bookkeep
ing. civil serMce (private and confidential),
English branches. COURT F. WOOD, LL.
M . Principal.
Cummer Annex now open. Coaching la
class or privately. Prospectus.
FRANCES MANX HALL. A. M.. Principal.
221 E st X. W. I
FIVE UP-TO-DATE AGENTS to sell round
trip tickets to California 809 G st X W.
I WAXT A COUXTY MAXAGER willing to
learn business; will pay 66 to 610 a day
right from start; 63 to 816 day when going;
life Job; It's house-to-house selling, but It
pays; commission, but it pays; are you will
ing to learn what you don't know 7 Write
122 Sycamore St.. Milwaukee, Wis.
WANTED-Position as nurse or cook in
mall fnmll) ; good reference. Apply 416
Eje St. X. E.
6TH ST. X. W.. 1016 Washing wanted to
take home, by reliable colored woman.
WANTED-Position as general houmworker;
also cooking. Apply 806 M St. X. W. 1
MARRIED MAN wishes position as foreman
on a farm; has two good men to go with
him. BOX 236. Times office. !
.M..M..M. Mrl ! M-1Ml.l.-K-i.H..H'
Roasted while you wait.
916 La. Ave. Main 228.
Auto Delivery Service
AVi 1 I I"I"M'M I-M-M M-H-H-I-,.
WORKINGMEN Tou ill know who we are
when you ask some of the "wise boys"
who dress well and save a bunch of cash on
a slightly used suit $3 to $10; see this stock;
one price. JUSTH'B OLD STAND. 619 D 1-
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dress and tuxedo
sulu for hlrs. U. T. PIME3. Msrcbanl
TeJIar. IvOt 7th sU K. VT. rhaas lUXa nil
14TH BT. N, W., 1408-Flne front room, ault.
able for professional man or couple; othor
rooms; steam heat and hot .water at all
times. Reasonable. ,,
3TH ST. S. E.( 110 Two communicating 2d
floor rooms, with alcove; furnished com
pletely for I. h. k. ..
EYE BT. X. W 2023-3 communicating
rooms completely furnished for light house
keeping; phone; gas, bath; $20. ,.
C BT. S. E., 110 Th'ee targe furnished
rooms for housekeeping; all Improvements.
PA. AVE., 8. E., 638 Large cool 2d floor
room, near bath; private family.
MASS. AVE. N. W., 923-Larg nicely fur
nished front room, 5 windows; southern
INDIANA AVE. N. W.. 304-Laree neatly
furnished rooms with or without I. h. k. ;
convenient to business sections; reasonable.
EAST CAPITOL ST., 186-Opposlte Congres
sional Library; If you want cool clean com
fortable delightful rooms; call and see;
plenty hot water. !
1BT ST. N. E., 225-Large nicely furnished
light cool rooms; gentlemen or couple de
tree' , opposite Senate Offices, moderate
1BT ST. N. W., 424-Large neatly furnished
rooms for gentlemen; 63 week; colored. 1
EYE BT. N. W., 620 Nice largo rooms, 2d
floor; one front hall room. !
3D BT. N. E.. 730 Furnished rooms; in half
block of 2 car lines; all conveniences. 1
EYE ST. N. W., 810-Nlcely furnished
rooms; 1. h. k. ; also hall room.
3D ST. N. W 738 Large front hall room
furnlvhcd, 61.50 per week; also large room
1st floor. 82.50 per week. 1
EYE ST., 1332 Brunswick Apart.. No. 21,
large room facing Franklin Park; summer
EYE ST. X. W., 115 Two nice large double
rooms; one with 6 windows; ono with 8
windows; for 2 persons each, 145 per month
for 2 In each room; best of home cooking,
corner residence; largo lawn; private and
Phone Main 6361 and
I'hone Main 1783.
A BT. 8. E., 215 Large handsomely furnished
2d floor front room; also other desirable
rooms; summer rates; near LI brary .
2D ST. X. W.. 522 Two large single front
rooms, second floor, furnished complete for
1. h. k. ; reasonable.
MASS. AVE. X. W., 923 Large nicely fur
nished front room; south exposure; for
INDIANA AVE. X. W., 310 Large hand
somely furnished rooms; suitable for two
gentlemen; southtn; exporure, reasonable
C ST. X. W., 207 Large newly furnished 2d
floor front room; bay-window; also other
desirable newly furnished rooms. l
13TH ST. X. W.. 830-Parlor floor lor rent.
also rooms for I. h k. !
P ST. X. W. 423 Xlce large room on sec
ond floor front, with piano. l
B ST. 8. E., 1109 Large 2d floor front rooms,
couple or gentlemen desired. l..
EYE BT. N. W. 906 Housekeeping room, 81
week; hall room, 61 60, no children 1
HANDSOMELY FPU. ROOM, near Cap. &
Lib.; private family. BOX 237. Times olflce
3D ST. 8. E., 16 Neatly furnished ruoms,
summer rates. i
P BT. X. W.. 425 Two clean neat rooms,
suitable 1. h. k ; also large front room tor
gen'lemen; reasonable. !
11TH BT. X. W.. 718-Xlcely furnished rooms,
business section; bath same floor, reason
able. PA. AVE., 1918 Two or three room apart
ment, frcnt, modern, low rent. Fhons 7177.
FOR RENT ROOMS
H ST. X. W., 701 Two or three large com
municating rooms, adjoining bath; gas and
electricity, 1 h. k.; reasonable.
2D ST. X. W.. 513 Three communicating
rooms, 2d floor front. 1. h. k , kitchen,
sink, also entire 3d floor; summer rates. ..
F ST. X. E., 910 Three rooms, light, gas,
and bath; rent reasonable.
10TH BT. X. W.. 1326 For rent, large unfur
nished rooms on 2d floor; reasonable rent.
E ST. X. E.. 210 Three neat rooms for 1. h.
k. near all car lines, G. P. O. and Union
E N, E.. 330 Large airy 2d floor 1. h. k
rooms, good closets; comenlcnt all cars,
14TH BT. N. E. 607 Entire aecond floor. 2
rooms, bath, kitchen, back porch, part of
cellar, Including gas and heat 1
7TH ST. X. E., 72t Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. !
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished and Unfurnished.
IXDIVNA AVE. X W., 318-Furnlshed and
unfurnished rooms, reasonable rent, near
13TH ST. X. W.. 1I3S Hall room for respec
table colored man; desirable Iocallt) , rea
G 8T. X. W., 406, II ST X. W.. 303-Dasir-able
rooms with or without housekeeping
C ST. X. W., 207 Large room, first floor
with kitchenette; for light housekeeping,
furnished or unfurnished, l
6TH ST. X. W 780 Two second floor rooms,
gentlemen preferred; convenient to cars, In
the rear of 730, three other rooins, for stor
age; very reasonable. 1 .
ROOMS AND BOARD
ROOMS AND BOARD, $5.00.
TABLE BOARD, $3 50.
6 A. M. BREAKFAST. MEN ONLY
733 9TH ST. X. W.
A ST. S E., 626 Xlcely furnished 2d floor
room with board; pbone L. 2511, reasonable.
1ST ST X E., 221 Near Capitol, 2d floor
front rooms with excellent table; reason
able rates; good home i
INDIANA AVE. N. W.. 822 Large well fur
nished second floor front room with board;
suitable for gentlemen or married couple. 1 .
COLUMBIA ROAD 1321 Delightful cool
rooms Including fine home table, $45 month
ly for two. OAIONB ,
EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD, good home
cooklnp: early breakfast; reasonable. 323
Indiana ae. X. W. 1 .
B ST. 6. E . 1211 Excellent table board;
good home cooking; reasonable. ..
WAXTED Funlshed cottage, 7 or more
rooms with grounds, short ride from city
preferred. Address BOX 247, Times office
ALBERT KAHLERT & CO..
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
362 Maryland ave. 8. W. Ph. M. 2036.
RUGS WOVEN BY THE OLD LAUREL
ECLIPSE RUG WEAVING COMPANY ARE
guaranteed. Carpet cleaning a specialty. 309
311 10th st. S. W. Phone Main 3264 M. 1
BEAUTIFUL RUGS woven from old carpets
by the WASHINGTON RUG WEAVING
CO.. 931 6th st. N W. Main. 4629.
C. T HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILL-ING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the floors clean and bright and gles
them a polished finish Good for your fur
niture. Try It. 50c gal , delivered Used by
the U. S. Gov't and over 8,000 families for the
last 25 years. C. T Hunter's Sanitary Dust
Kllllng Floor OH. 113 Pa. ave. N W. M E45S.
Accept no imitations. Don t forget It
EVERYBODY'S using It now. What? En
terprise Floor Oil. 350 gal. ENTERPRISE
HARDWARE CO.. 927 9th St. N. W. M. 5051.
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIAVI ECIEXCE OF HEALTH; natural.
non-surgical; cloth-bound 400-page book
free. Apply by mall, 916 Colorado Building.
Free lecture for women Wednesday at J. JO.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE.
E P. TAYLOR, 709 G St. N. V.
BACRIFICE BALE OF 1'IAXOS.
Our removal sale gives you a piano at a
small price. Handsome new uprights for the
quick cash buyer. Prices cut In half. Many
on easy payments; $375 pianos for $175, $401
pianos for only $200.
All pianos must go that are now on the
floors. Elegant square pianos $10, $23, $35.
GRIMES PIAXO STORES. 1212 F St.
YOUR MACHIXE DON'T SDWT
Call up our experts for free advice. It
will save you a $6 repair bill.
DAVIS AORNOY 913 9th su N-w
Uixvl -tt.UXJlHX, phone M. 3638.
FOR SALE Two Singer sewing machines;
ono skirt marker; ono garment rack; three
wax figures, ono sunflower rack; one gas
stove, two suit racks, chairs and tables.
APPLY 1307 F 8T X. W.
BEER BEAVER'S Family Lager rjCn
Beer, case of 24 bottles.... I UU
WINP1? ohl Por. Bherry, Cataw- rtCn
WllNEra ba, and blackberry. 1 gal.. IOC
BEAVER'S, 423 4H St. s. w. Main 6182.
MASON & HAMLIN cabinet organ, perfect
condition, suitable for parlor, small hall or
church, exceptional chance for a baigaln;
dost $100, sell for half. !
FINE GAS RANGE for boarding house or
lunch room, cheap. 318 Indiana ae. N.W.
GOOD BUTTERMILK, 5c GLASS.
Not sour milk kind. 193 Center Market.
BE BURE OF THE RIGHT PLACE IOC
JOHN R. HOPKINS. BTAXD XVD
AXXUAL BUMMER PIAXO SALE.
TWEXTY BRAND NEW
$160 TO $250.
These are handsome, high-grade pianos
that regularly sell for $250 to $100. Over 150
other bargains In Pianos and player-pianos.
O. J. DE MOLL & CO.. 12th and G sts.
ONE FINE duck tent, 35x32, value $150; very
reasonable. 12J6 Duncan st. N. E. 1
FOR SALE 1 Reading Standard 4 H. p.
motorcycle, sacrifice $100. Call 1223 Xew
York at. X. W.
BEWIXG MACHIXE BARGAIXB.
$46 Drep Leaf Singer , $13.61
1811 Drop Head Singer $2t.M
$40 Wheeler and Wilson $10. M
Xew Sewing Machines. $1 down and 60o
week. Clsanlng, 50c. Open evenings.
U. R. GIVEX. 613 Pa. avs. 8. E. Pbont.
WABHIXGTOX VIOLIX HOSPITAL.
For Bale 1 bass, 2 'cellos. 1 vloli. II violins.
and other Insti uments.
C44-. Ith and A Bts. N. E. Phone Lin. 3437.
PAINLKbH DENTISTRY SPECIAL PRICES
Beautiful work, best material. Vacuum Suc
tion Plate, $3. Gold Crowns and Brldgework,
$3. All fillings. 60c up. Painless extraction and
cleaning FREE. Work guaranteed. ARMY
AND XAVY DEXTAL PARLORS. N. E. car.
1th and F. Entrance. 633 F st. X. W. 1
DID lOU KNOW. GOLDMAN.
POPULAR TAILOR. 609 13TH ST N. W
Will make ou a better suit for less moneyT
Cleaning and Pressing Ladles' Garments.
Work called for and delivered. Ph. M. 332.
'lhe Old Reliable
Washington Loan Co.,
' 610 F St. N. W.
Loans to Any One Who
Xo Indorser necessary. You can gat It
en your own signature and have plenty of
time to pay It back lr smalt pa merits. Each
payment reducea principal. DON'T WORRY
ABOUT GETTING TURNED DOWN. We
positively makes loans to anybody In Wash
ington or Alexandria. Va., who owns furni
ture. You can get from $5 upward on weekly
or monthly plan. YOU CAN GET IT TODAY,
Call, write, or telephone Main 3035. We'll
attend your wants promptly either way. wb
ARE NOT VERY PARTICULAR ABOUT
BECURITY OR OTHER MATTERS. Even
If you have a loan we will make you a loan.
XO RED TAPE. Loans made In Alexandria,
Va . en same terms as In Washington. Open
:: ARE YOU ALIVE
' IY tho fact that we are making
:: PRIVATE LOANS
! ! On Furniture, Piano's, Etc., With-
.. oui jiemoui, on me very
Best Terms Obtainable.
:: $io $25 $50
OR OTHER AMOUXT8
. . In a few hours lime without publicity 4
. . or red tape. Money can be repaid 4
. . weekly or monthly in such a manner 4
. . as will not uieucaa yuu.
.. We never hae to "back up" in ear
. . statement WE make.
;: union Loan & Trust Co., i
;; uiu f street N. w.
. Rooms 18-20. Phone M. 6334.
and upward secured for salaried employes.
ewners of furniture, and others.
$10 loan....S5c weekly I $25 Ioan....S5o weekly
$16 loan.. ..60c weekly I $33 loan....95o weekly
20 loan.. ..70c weekly j $50 loan. ..$1.45 weekly
If you have a loan elsewhere, bring In yeur
receipts and we will show you how much
frou can save by borrowing from us. Uavlo
oans elsewhere does not prevent your getting
Credit once established with us Is as good
as a bank account in time of need. Our rates'
and plans hae proed to be the best because
eur customers are glad to come again.
ARLINGTON & CO.,
402 JENIFER BLDG., 400 7TH ST. X. W.
PIAXOS. FURNITURE. OR SALARIES.
Lowest Rates. Weekly or Monthly Payments.
Prudential Loan & Trust Co.,
Room 3. Warder Bldg.. 9th and F.
HORNING. Ninth and D.
Pee us If dealing with jour present
company Is unsatisfactory.
CITY CREDIT CO.,
1333 C St. N. W.
Second Floor. Phono Main 1447.
ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
MONEY p'"' ..oo. strictest
i.T0 2 Privacy. Indorsed by lead-
XO EXTRAS. ,ns Danl" "nd newspaper
Why Pay More? Bonded to the District.
PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY,
Victor Bldg. 724 9th st. cor. Grant Plaoe.
H. K. FULTON,
SU Ninth Street N. W.
ln Diamonds, Watches Jewelry, Eta.
Bargains at Retail.
MONET LOAXED salaried people; women
keeping bouse, and others, essy payments.
FT TTJAVOnn Jenifer nLDa..
CL, EJU Y VJKJIJ Room ill. 400 7tu it. nw
GROCBRY-N St. B. B., rent I rooms;
$20, sale $176 week; on account of
sickness will sacrifice .', tijoO
DELICATESSEN One of the best mar-
, kets In the city; no opposition;, money
maker for the right party, sates 826U
week i...., $1,000
GROCERY 2th st.: excellent corner;
rent 4 rooms, $18; sales $1,000 month;
long lease; will veil , $uo
GROCERY Nearby town, 6c fare; salts
$200 to $250 week; rent 7 rooms, owntr
having 2 places you can buy for $800
BALTO. BUS. BROKERS, 604 B N. W.
SMALL HOTEL; restaurant open on st.;
weekly receipts about $400, rent $92; owner
must sell; only 11,200; terms to suit.
ROOMING HOUSE, corner. 14 rooms, hot-
water heat; filled with roomers; $300
ROOMING HOUSE; near 10th and H sts.;
14 rooms. 2 baths; rent $60. $700.
EQUITY BUS. BROKERS, L!27 N. Y. ave.
BUSINESS opportunity for buslnem Women,
If interested write to New Era Develop
ment Co., Rooms 316-317-318 Maryland Bulld
lng. Washington, D. C.
RAISE CAPITAL DEBV METHODS; Cor
porations organized and promoted; callec
lions. U. B LEGAL CORP.. 610 Bond Bldg.
AT THE PRICES QUOTED, these places
neea no elaborate description to sell
them. All we ask Is for jou to let us
show them to you. '
Confectionery and light grocery X. W... $1M
Grocery and confectionery, old stand.... 350
uarDcr snop, a cnairs; near library too
Lunch room and confectionery; opposite
Gov't dept 450
Lunch room, near 9th and F sts. X.W.. 450
Cigar and newsstand; buslnes st. X. W. 625
t-cnair barber shop, near loth and Fa.
Rooming house; SOD block lllh st 700
Shooting parlor: best In city at ,00
Grocery, sell half or whole Interest 700
Wood, coal, and Ice business and route. 800
Lunch room In office building 1.000
Millinery and notion store; H value at.. 1,000
Hardware, paint, etc., store; only 2,500
Coal, wood, and grocery and property.. 2,600
Millinery parlor; a bargain at 2,500
Corner grocery, B. E.; Invoice or 3,600
Hat, etc., store; give-away at 3.760
Drug store; $100 day sales; asking 8.0M
NEW xORK BUSIXES8 BROKERS, 1123 F.
WANTED Party with some capital to finance
manufacture of useful electric device under
patent I have tools and equipment, also
sample of product for demonstration. BOX
243, Times office.
INVENTION for sale; patent Just allowed;
safety device. Investigate this; full partlee
lara 804 Md. ave. N. E.
FOR BALE Groceries, notions, and store flx
tures. P45 Maryland ave. S. W. 1
CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM. 14th st.. near
X? Y. ave. X. W., doing a nice business,
which can be soon doubled by the right man.
Owner leaving city and must sell; $600, no
reasonable offer refused. BOX 239, Times
FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP, guaranteed
clear $80 per month above expenses; five
living rooms and bath; chicken run and gar
den, cheap rent; reasonable to quick buyer.
BOX 241. Times office.
AX OPPORTUNITT Is accorded an energetic
young man employed during the day to act
as salesman evenings of motorcycles on con
mlsslon and salary basis. Write stating a
perlence and references. BOX 235. Times of
fice. LOAN COMPANIES
LOANS ON PIANOS
For many reasons we recommend that
you place your loan on security of this
character. Next to real estate, personal
property Is the best security you can offer
and therefore you get a lower rate of
Interest than on more doubtful collateral.
Furthermore, you are not required to
ask a friend to Indorse your note, thus
keeping the matter private. Besides, If
sou ask a friend to Indorse you. he will
expect you to return the favor, and
eventually you may have to pay his debt.
CALL ON US.
OUR RATES ARE LOW.
Sui'' 406 Commercial Ban'- Bldg.
N. W. COR. 14TH AND G. 4TH FLOOR.
Tou In need of $10 OR MORE and In
doubt as to the right place to go (or
It? Hesitate no longer, but call on
Us and If we can't convince
That our terms and treatment are far
better than others loaning on FURNI
TURE. PIAXOS or to SALARIED
EMPLOTES, we don't want our bust,
ness and will pay your street car fare
for the trip. You will be more than
with our easy payment plan, enabllnr r
T you to repay the loan easily and r
T quickly; our prompt service, consider-
;: POTOMAC FINANCIAL?
. . fin 1224 G ST. X. w.
, . Rooms 20 and 21, Second Floor Front.
Phone Main 4S9.
WH-M'M'I I'M I I'M"! 1III1 :;
DID YOU EVER NEED MONEY
IN A HURRY?
Our money Is yours as long as yon like.
Oculd you use It to advantage at a low rats 2
How much do you want right new?
WE LOAX MOXEY TO ALL.
$10 AXD UPWARD.
We take your promise to pay. Our plan
enables you to borrow on your own guar
antee. Eaves time and worry, because there
are no Indorsements, no references, no as.
signments, no pledges.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
1326 NEW YORK A.VEXUE X. W.
Eecond Floor Front. Phone Main toil.
$10 TO $500
On any kind ot security, personal and In
dorsed notes, furniture, pianos, etc, without
any red tape whatever and absolutely no
delay. As a special Inducement during this
month we will ask XO PAYMENT ON
PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST UNTIL AUG
UST AND WILL GIVE YOU A LOWER
RATE AND EASIER PAYMENTS THAN
ANY IN THE CITY. We make a specialty of
LOANS TO LADIES
We nave a handsome suite of PRIVATE
OFFICES for their accommodation, and they
will always receive the most prompt and
courteous attention. All loans arranged in
paymsnu to suit. ,B
LOANS WITH OTHER COMPANIES
WB WANT TIIB PUBLIC TO UNDER
6TAND that this i is a first-class office, cater
ing to the very best class ot iopie. and we
charge only what Intelligent people will an.
& INV. CO.,
Thompson Building, 703 15th St. N. W
Opp. Treasury, Bst. G EL and N. Y. ave.
Next to Drug Store. "
CAPITAL LOAN CO.,
602 F ST. N. W.
Loans made on your own signature. No
Indorsement required. You may have been
refused a loan by some company. Don't 1st
that Interfere with you calling on us. We
make loans to everybody.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION AND
PRIVACY ASSURED ON LOANS MADE
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
602 F ST. N. W.
Phone Main 2C65. Office Hours. I a, ra. te
I p. m.
UONBY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE,
women keeping bouse, and others, without
security, easy payments. Office in all prln.
clpal cities, p. u. TOUCAN. Room 60s. Ml
Ulh U N. W.