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MODERN PHARMACY. 7th and E sts.
CARPENTER & DUNLOP. 14th
NICHOLAS PHARMACY 19th st. and Pa.
BL'TLER & FIELD. 3d and Indiana r.ve.
CONCORD PHARMACY. J E. Wood
ford. Prim 1CIH TCotjt Ilimnshlre ave.
CHARLES C. HORNUNG, Christian!
Pharmacy, sw. cor. 7th and M sts.
J- 31 WAGNER. lt and H
ana r i ave and R st.
F P. WELLER'S PHARMACY. S334 M.
ATKINSON'S PHARMACY. 1107 O St.
ASTORIA PHARMACY. 3d and O 9t.
KENESAW PRARMACY Mount Pleas-
and and Irvine cts.
Mc-NULTY'S PIGAR STORE. 1236 14th 3
TAYLOE'fl PHARMACY. 9th and P sta.
DAVIS' PHARMACY 9th and S sts.
ASQUITH'S PHARMACY. ISIS Hth St.
T LLEATHERWOOD. 1514 14th st.
KTOTT & SNYDER. 13th and G sts.
NEW YORK AVENUE PHARMACY.
cor N. T. ave and N. Cap St.
DAY & CO 'S PHARMACY. 5th and O.
YARNOLD'S PHARMACY, 3401 14th st.
KING'S DRUG STORE. Vermont ave.
and I st
EDWARD T PERKINS. 401 Stanton pL
C. L KRAT'SE. 6th and K sts
McCHESNEY & JOACHIM. 2d and E sts.
McCHESNEY & JOACHIM. th and F
G J GEIGER'S PHARMACY, corner 61h
and B sts.
C?.A5IlES J- KTHRMANN'S PHAR--IArT-
S:f and Kat Capitol sts. , ,
BLUMER'S PHARMACY North Capitol
and R sts
V. HUGO EISENBFISS. 7th and B sts.
RLRROWS PHARMACY 1501 Pa. ave.
ROACH DRUG CO . 8th and G sta.
WELLER. Rth and I sts.
GUY'M. NEELEY 11th and C sta.
CHARLES G. LENNON, 12th and New
G B nrrRY'S PHARMACY, cor. Monroe
snd Jefferson sts
, . ALEXANDRIA.
WILLIAM P TAYLOR BIB Klrnr st.
I0ST AND FOUND.
WASHINGTON TERMINAL CO.
1 patkage, 1 card case,
1 llac. l square,
4 coat". pm.
5 books. j umbrellas.
1 pair gloves.
1 pair glasses.
1 roll music.
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liberal reward St Patrick's Rectory, or
Room 417. Atlantic Building 14G
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to 1718 19th st. nw. 143
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ctirlst. 315 H st. nw., apt. 5. Hours, 9
n. m to 5 p. m 56-tf
WORKINGMEN, MAKE A STUDY' OF
yourself and your capacity for making
and saving monej for a rainy day: here's
how. &ec us now for a slightly-used tail
ored suit. $3 to $10: one price. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND, C19 D I
CHAS. A. CARLISLE,
l09 11TH ST. NW.
'Phone 31. 4547
MRS. ORA L. FIELD.
S15 H ST. NW. (SECOND FLOOR).
LET US OVERHAUL YOUR ELECTRIC
fans for the season: all work guaranteed.
M F. IIARTY". as 13th nw. 'Phono 31 1593.
FIVE SUITS sponged and pressed. $L
Ticket good until used. Metropolitan
Pressing Club, l7 N. Y. ave. M. 593L
MISS FLORENCE MORRIS. 3IANICUR
lns, 1113 14th st. nw. 'Phone 3343 North.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
worn clothing, either ladies' or gent'a;
send postal; will call. L. TARSHES. 1308
7th st, nw. 'Phone- North 499. ISO-tf
MANICURING AND SHAMPOOING
dMrs. Brown Van Ness. The Mllford.
623 M nw. 'Phone N. 7659. 71-tf
MRS. NOBBE WILL BE AT HER
home. 1323 11th st. nw.. for readings
dully from 10 to 4 o'clock.
Meetings Sunday, Monday, Tnursday. 8
p. m.; message to each; dally readings.
Mrs. Maltby, 833 M st. nw. 'Phone- N. 8942.
WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING
YOU'LL WEAR BILLIKEN'S 8MILB
If youhave the "Acme" do your win
dow, office, and house cleaning. ACME
WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 921 O at. nw.
'Ptione Main 7159. US-tf
Most desirable place for resJdtOM la
Alex. Co.. Va.; beautiful lots, with softd.
eas, new macadam road. 2 car Uses, on
fare; choice lots. $200. Apply to H. W.
FINNBY, Courtlands. Va or H. 42,
4 MACKALL. Metropolis Bask BlilMtac
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
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workers. LADIES' EXCHANGE, S07
Vermont ave. 146
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anteed, lady In attendance. Call Room
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WANTED GIRL FOR
housework. 107 jth st. ne
MIRROR BEAUTY' PARLORS.
910 F st. nw. Scientific school for manl
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WANTED TAILORS. FIRST-CLASS
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WANTED STA3IP COLLECTIONS. U.
S. and foreign. THE OLD RELIABLE
STAMP STORE. 1005 7th St. nw. 145
WANTED SELL YOUR FURNITURE
to .iiahuls rJUTJib. 416 Sth st. nw.,
and you will obtain the best results.
'Phono M. E17L Established 23 years.
WANT TO BUY FURNITURE TO FUR-
nlsh a ten-room house, all or In part?
Call after 6 p. m.. 120S H st. nw. 96-6m
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Stfeff, Chlckerlng, Decker Bros., Mar
shall & Wendell, Knabe, all upright
pianos been used, but fully guaranteed.
One excellent upright, $100. Square pianos,
$25 to 5100. Easy terms If desired.
CHAS. 31. STIEFF,
521 11TH ST. NW..
J. C. COXLIFF, Manager.
FOR SALE PURE STOCK OF WHITE
leghorn chicks, $1.80 dozen. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. nw. 149
FOR SALE SEWING JIACHINE,
standard automatic lift; makes both
lock and chain stitch; used only 3 months;
cheap. 907 H st. ne. 143
STICKIEST STICKER EVER STUCK
Glues furniture, glass, china, books,
everything. ROYAL GLUE. 10c, c. 60c.
Pints. $1. Druggists'. &c. . mylS-tf
M. H. PHILFTTT. BELIABLE UMBEE1XAAND
Panto! Maker. Beptlrinc and re-corsrlng.
Cnrenette, sloria. and ailk. U. Ml E at, ur.
MOVING, PACKING, ft STORING.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTB
ly fireproof storage. UNITED STATES
STORAGE CO.. 418-420 10th St. nw. 'Phone
Main 422B. ", 177-tf
FURNITURE.1 BAGGAGE. PIANOS, ftc
moved with care; packing and shlijlar
a specialty. KRIEG'8 EXPRESS. 1M
H st. nw. 'Phone Main 2tHt -tf
TRUNK REPAIRING. -
TRUNK and -HARNESS repairing. Call
j. BU..,inargp postal... WraKD
' 'THE WASHINGTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY,
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THE T6 ! J R5. "" -V v V ' ' , v ;
FOR SALE SACRIFICE PRICE GOL-
den & Co. stock. Apply to EUGENE
E. GADDIS. 1113 G St. nw. 145
PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE.
The profits from a small commercial
apple orchard will take caro of you. A
few cents saved each day makes you
the actual owner of an orchard any. size
you wish. My experts will operate it for
part of the crop. Send postal for booklet.
C. LOUIS ALLEN,
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDES'G.
IF YOU WANT THE "MOSTEST" AND
"bestest" for the "leastest." In the
Printing Art, give your next order to the
Carpenter Printing Co.. 1315 N. Y. ave.
nw 'Phone. Main 24SS. 78-tf
At a sacrifice, two second-hand auto
mobiles, in good running order: must be
seen to be appreciated
GEORGE II THOMAS,
Harvey's Restaurant. 11th and Pa, ave.
Good condition: combination two or four
seats. Rear 1333 G st. ne. 145
FOR SALE STANLEY TOURING CAR;
has been used very little; bought about
fifteen months ago; will demonstrate.
W. A. IIARTRANFT, 107 7th st. ne 14
RUNABOUTS, $100 TO $300.
TOURING CARS, $200 TO $700.
BUY NOW SAVE MONEY.
SEND FOR LIST D.
Phone N. 4170. 1105-1107 14th st- nw.
WASHINGTON AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
AGENTd FOR FISK TIRES,
10S-d.6m 920 N. Y'. ave.
SACRIFICE SALE. LESS THAN 1-4
cost Thomas six-cylinder light touring
car: late model; fully equipped, nickel
trimmings, fine running order. Just
painted, cost $3.2n0. sacrifice price, $750.
Ask for demonstration. CARTER
MOTOR CAR CORP., Hyattsville, Md.
HIGHEST CASH PAID FOR DISCARD-
ed rubber tires and Inner tubes of all
Kinds. Write, call, or 'phone I. GLASSER
& CO . 2025 7th st, nw. 'Phone N. 3959.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP,
Rear of 1441 Rhode Island ave. nw.
Chalmers a Specialty, cars For Hire.
llavcleen Oil, 40c sal.
GEORGE W. BEALL, Agent,
1005 Sth st. nw.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE SEVERAL GOOD WORK
horses. Apply MARLOW'S COAL
YARD, 216 A St. ne. 1
JUST ARRIVED FROM VIRGINIA 23
well broke horses, pair of steel gray
horses, pair mules, and one saddle horse.
N. CORBIN. 1210-12 Ohio ave. nw. 130
FOR SALE 100 SECOND-HAND CAR-
rlages and buggies of all kinds. A. J.
STABLER. 931 D st, nw. 147
FOR SALE SIX PONIES, TRAPS. AND
harness, also two good saddle horses
and one good family horse. A J. STAB-
LER. B31 D st. nw. 145
FAST PACING YOUNG HORSE; SOR
rel: handsome, fearless, and sound, also
good Concord business buggy: very rea
sonable. E. F. HALL, 3d and C sts. ne.
2S HOR3ES JUST FROM VIRGINIA,
among them are heavy draft, delivery
wagon horses, one pair carriage horses,
one match team of blacks.
Rear 623 D st. nw.
'Phone M. 2163. 146
FOR HIRE RIDING AND DRIVING
horses. 'Phone 31. 15G0. WEST END
STABLES. 909 19th St. 146
SELLING OUT EXPRESS AND QRO
cery wagons, buggies, runabouts, sur
reys. Full teams furnished at wholesale
prices to retail buyers. GANTZ, 1203 D
st. nw. 21-tf
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN LET US MAKE
your new loans or replace old ones at
lowest rates of interest. All transactions
conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. TO. H. SAUNDERS &
CO.. 1407 F st. nw. 68tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. a REAL
estate Lowest rates of Interest. Pav-
ments on principal in amounts of fioo or
more received at any Interest period.
THE F. H. SMITH CO.. Bond Building.
1408 N. Y. ave. a-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED
city real estate at lowest current rates
of interest: special privileges with respect
to prior payments. TYLER & RUTHER
FORD. Inc.. 730 15th st. nw. S-tf
NEW YORK DECORATING CO. PAPEItHANa-
ing and palatine; work snarasteed; lowest prices.
512 O et. nw. 'Phone M. 317. 239
ROOMS PAPERED, $2. UP. SEND POS
tal for sample and estimate. CHAS. R.
HYSAN, 204 -E. Cap. st. 'Phone Line. 2239.
WE ABE 'PREPARED TO DO YOUR
work at once. All work guaranteed.
, IDEAL WALL PAPER CO, i
S3B1-2 SECOND ST. KB.
62-tf 'Phone Lincoln 355-y
ROOMS PAPERED$3 UP.
Woodwork jpwlnted 1 coat Free. 'Fhon
r writ X
BECKWTTH. QS-Tth it,
oL6 Ptrxtfcs MADfc JHKW:
'Old floors Biased anil apranad to aanoAth
surface and-awd Bfw.' , "' t " -
It's a wing collar every time for father, and don't you forget it.
210 E ST. NW.
Exceptionally nell kept homf large
eooi room; noiithrru exposure) I,, n. II
Refined oiIuIIh onlri eentlemru pre
f erred ( nenr Union Station; government
721 3D ST. NW. NICELY FURNISHED
front and back rooms, with or without
Doard; bath. 150
1212 12TH ST. NW. TWO LARGE
rooms, furnished In mission wood; large
brass bed; use of parlor and piano. 145
DINGBAT'S CONTENT! CREAM BUT
termllk. MARYLAND QUICK LUNCH,
100S Pa. ave. nw.
21S 2D ST SE. TWO COMMUNICATING
furnished rooms; sultablo for light
Housekeeping; near Capitol and Library:
2K 4TH NE. 2 OR 3 FURNISHED OR
unfurnished rooms, with private family:
corner Maryland ave.. facing Stanton
Park; near two car lines 113
120S PA AVE. NW. HOTEL WEST
New. European: reasonable; near P. O.-
rates to permanents 145
C13" E CA P. ST NICKLYFURNiSHED
front hall room. $5 per month. 145
230 2bST NW NICELY' FURNISHED
communicating rooms, near Pension and
Census offices and Union Station. 141
WE HAVE JUST THE ROOM OR
place you want. Our services cost you
nothing: tho one who has tho room to
rent pavs us.
ROOM AND BOARD BUREAU,
1301 O st. n-v., room 32. 'Phono Main 2732.
125 E ST. NE. ENTIRE FLOOR OF
throe rooms and bath; adults; excel
lent locality; reasonable. 143
14 11TH ST NW. FOR RENT UNFUR-
nlihed. one second story back room
and ono third floor hall room. 113
320 3D ST. NW. SEVERAL NICE
large communicating rooms; fine lo
cality; near Pension and Census offices.
ROOM AND BOARD.
MODEL LODGING HOUSE FOR GIRLS
at I5fjf5 K st. nw.. Is now open; rates,
single room from $2.25 to $5 per week;
double room, $4 and $4 30 per week per
person These rates Include board. 146
WHERE TO DINE.
TRY OUR FINE
Small Sirloin Steak, Plain - r
Frled Potatoes, Coffee, Bread, V
and Butter t-iJ-
1205 NEW YORK AVENUE.
IF Y'OU WANT YOUR ROOMS RENT
ed. list with us. POTOMAC RENTAL
BUREAU. Rooms 902-S", District Na
tional Bank Bldg.. 1405 G st. nw. 165
GLORIA POINT. TENNALLYTOWN;
large cool rooms; home comforts;
adults onlv. 'Phone CIcv. 515.
FOR RENT DESK ROOM.
DESK ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN. AP-
ply 504. District National Bank Bldg.
2027 Flagler St.. 6 r. & b $27.00
1419 6th St.. 10 r. & b. (repapered).... 42.50
2112 II St. nw., 13 r. & b., reduced to.. 45.60
1711 1st. st. nw., 9 r. & b 30.50
CI R st. nw., 9 r. & b 30.50
200S 1st st., 9 r. & b., reduced to.... 39.50
D. II. JOHNSON CO., 1303 II SI. J. w,
SEVENTH AND P STREETS NW.
Phone N. S225. THOS GANNON, Prop.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
No. 21 U ST.
Fine, large, airy dwelling eight
rooms, large attic, cellar; big yard;
in first-class condition: rent, $23 50.
Apply to OWNER. 1414 W st;
apartment No. 43.
FOR RENT-6 AND 8 ROOM HOUSES
In Bloomlngdale, near North Capitol
Rt - rhAiin tn rood tenants. W. J. FRIZ-
ZELL, 42 V nw. 131-tt
RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE
furnished house, on car line In tho sub
urbs and board widower and two chil
dren'. Address BOX 49. Herald office.
ARTHUR F. CARROLL
THE LIVE WIRE MAN."
122fi H ST. NW. MAIN B6X
THIS AD. WITH 25c. ENTITLES YOU
TO 6 BEAUTIFUL fUBlALa.
BROOKS' STUDIO, 907 PA. AVE. NW.
REPAIRS STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, IOX
Boxes, Autmnobile Lamps; roof patatin and t
pairing. Dont forget those ateI and Iron ranges.
Perfection cdl and gaa stores. Cash or credit
W. L. COGSWELL. BIB 41-! t. w.
, 'Pfcoaa M. Sim.
-!-. m1 1ma t awj rlRVsl VflHP
trto lamps and radiator repaired.
MOORB CO.. ax John Marshall Flat.
MAT -24, 1911.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
Of ono to five rooms; cool nnd airy, with
all exposures- In new fireproof building:
near cars. These apartments are well
finished. Rents free to September 1.
1320 New York Ave.
Tel. Main 593.
THE NEW LOGAN,
13TH AND IOWA CIRCLE.
BEST RATES FOR BOTH ROOMS AND
ATTRACTIVE SMALL APARTMENTS,
2145 N st, nw. Parlor floor, two largo
rooms; bay window; elegantly decorated;
with kitchenette or with basement
kitchen if desired. $2J. Second floor, two
Blmllar rooms, with alcove. $22 60 Third
floor, three rooms, private bath. $22.50.
H M. TAYLOR. 617 14th st. 82-tf
FOR SALE HOUSES.
1011 B ST. NE. LARGE SEVEN-ROOM
house, furnace heat, modern bath,
big back yard, with grape arbor and
shade tree; no reasonable offer refused.
FOR COLORED BUYER.
$4,500 Home For $3,225.
8-room frame house. In select nw.
section, all modem Improvements;
one block from car line.
This Property Must Be Sold.
IF Y'OU WAM A HOME
IF YOU WANT AS INVESTMENT
SEE ME AT ONCE.
Terms, $500 Cash,
Balance, S25 Per Month.
HARRY E. GLADMAN,
306 Pa. ave. se.
ON 15TH ST., SOUTH OF 8,
A very desirable 3-story and cellar brick.
10 rooms and modern bath.
First floor kitchen.
HOUSE JUST PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
Has rented steadily for $45 mo. Owner
wishing to make a quick sale, has made
a substantial cut in price.
L. RUST, 1400 H at. aw.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FARMS! FARMS! FARMS!
VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND.
Country Property of Every Description.
My New Catalogue Is Free.
J. W. LATHAM,
Evans Building. 1420 N. Y. ave.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
THREE TEN -ACRE LOTS, ONE
square from station; splendid neighbor
hood; If sold at once,
$250 PER ACRE.
107 acres, station on property; large
bungalow, with bath,
Lots, Acreage, and Farms.
H. C. MACKALL,
Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
Ten Different Snhrilvlelnna TM...
range from $150 to $350. Small Monthly
"COLLINS, CLARENDON, VA.
FOR SALE ONE-HALF ACRE, FIVE
squares trolley. Silver Springr, Md., 6
room bungalow, poultry run, chicken
house. 20 bearing fruit trees. $1,800.
114 acres on City and Suburban trnllBV.
8-room furnished house, cellar, attic
toilet: barn: 40 fruit trees: all ennlnmont-
1 square car; $3,000. Many others; -also
J. JEROME LIGHTFOOT. 1404 H NW.
Branch. Congress Hta opposite School.
FOR SALE TO RELIABLE COLORED
families, several nice cottages with
large grounds, overlooking United States
government nvlntlnn nM- tzn tn rim
cash, balance monthly same as rent. Call
ai once ana we win snow you the proper
ties. JOHN J. KLETNFTt A- f-n Otsm'
602 P St. nw. 150
WE HAVE 5 ATTRACTIVE , JDE
tached , homes now being erected is
"Fourteenth Street Terrace" for ale.
containing from 7 to 9 rooms, bath, attic,
and cellar: hot water heat, wide lots;
only 23 minutes to Treasury Department
on the 14th st, cars. Full particulars
upon application. ROBERT E. HEAT
ER. 411-413 Colorado Bldg. 'Phone Main
COME TO MT BRANCH OFFICE. QON
gress Heights, 'any afternoon. Sunday
Included, for bargains, acreage,' lots,
bouses, rent or sale: easy terms; lhi
acres wlth-6 r. h. SL8E0: 1 car fare: see
these snans and be convinced.
J. JEROME LIGHTFOOT: 1494 H St. nw.
OFFICE OI' THE COMMISSIONERS, DISTINCT
of Colmnfcla. Washington. D. a. Max 23. 191L
Sealed prcpoIs will L rccrlied at this ofHcc until
2 o'clock p. m. MAY 21, 1911. for grading site of
new school building at tho northeast comer cf
Thirtieth and It Mrtcli sciitbeast. Handle High
lands Specifications and form cf proposal maj be
obtained from tho Chief Clerk. Engineer Depart
ment. Rnrai 417. District ltnilding. Washington,
D. a CUJ0 H. BUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHN
STON', WILLIAM V. JUDSON. Commissioners.
D. C. mjH-d.t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District cf Columbia. Washington. May 22. 1911.
Sealed proposals will be replied at this office until
2 o'clock p. m., MONDAY, Juno 5, 1911. for fur
nishing and Installing complete. In the McKlnlejr
Manual Training School, this citr. one double
beam hand-power geared trareling crane, with a
capacity of 4.O0O pounds. Form of proposal, speci
fications, and necesstry information may be ob
tained upon application to the Property Clerk, D.
C Rorm 33). District nuildirg Ct'NO H. RU
DOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON, WILLIAM V.
JUDSON. Commissioners. D. C. myd-djt
OFFICE OF TUB COMMISSIONERS OF THE
District of Columbia. Washington. D. C. May 12,
191L Sealed proposals will be receired at this cXJcir
unUI Z o'clock p. m., JUNE 1. 1911. for furnishing
twelve hores for me in the street cleaning derart-
ment, this city. Form of proposal, specifications, and
all necessary information may be obtained upon ap
plication to tho l'roperty Clerk. D. C. Roonf S3).
District Building. CUNO IL RUDOLPH. JOHN A.
JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON, Cfcmminion
ers, D. C. my22 3t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C.
May 20. 1911. Sealed proposals will be received at
this oSco until 2 p. m. JUNE 3. 1911. for the con
struction of sewers la the District of Columbia.
Specifications, forms cf proposal, and ntccry in
formation may be obtained from the Chief Clerk,
Engineer Deportment. Room 427. District Building.
Washington. D. C. CUNO II. RUDOLPH. JOHN
A. JOUNbTON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON. Commis
sioners, D. 0. mySMSt
UNITED hTATES ENGINEER OFFICE. 920
Seienteenth street northwet, Washington. I). G.
April 25. 1911. Sealed proposals for furnishing and
delivering 3.600 tons, more or less, of bituminous
coal will be received here until 12 m., MAY 23,
1911, and then publicly opened. Information on
apjJication. W. G LANGF1TT. Lt. Col,
Engrs. apCS 26.2;,23.mr23.2(
PROPOSALS FOR ICE. CLERK'S OFFICE.
House of Representatives United States. Washing
ton. D. G, May 1. 191L-Sealed proposals will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock noon. TUES
DAY. June 6. 1911, for furnishing ice to the Has
of Representatives during the fiscal year ending
June 39, 1912; said bids to be on the best Kennebec
River Ice and on the best manufactured plate Ice.
The ice to be m-livereil at the Hou of Representa
tives, at the Hoitxe Office Building, or as may be
otherwise directed, at such times and in such ouan-
tltlen as may be ordered by the Clerk of the House
of Representatives. A bond in the sum of five
hundred dollars (COO) will be required to Insure the
faithful performance of contract. The Clerk reserves
the right to reject cny and all bids. Bids must be
indorsed "Proposals for Ice," and addressed to
SOUTH TRIMBLE. Clerk of the House of Bepre-
sentativm of the United States. SOUTII TRIM
BLE. Clerk. House of Representatives U. S.
PROPOSALS FOR PACKING BOXES.-HOUSE
of Representatives. Clerk's Office. Washington. D,
C, Ma 1. 191L-Sealed proposals will be received
by the Clerk of the House of Representatives until
TUESDAY, June 6. 1911. at It o'clock noon, for the
following packing boxes: 1,20) Congressional paefcin;
boxes, being 400 of three several kinds. Plans and
siecification tnay be obtained by application to the
Clerk of the Ilouvr. The above-described braes to
be Completed by the 1st cf September. 1312. delivered
and stored In the box house, at the comer of Third
and B streets southwest, and inspected by a com
petent person to be appointed by the Clerk. The
Clerk to have the right to increase the number of
boxes of each size and kind 10 per cent or less tfnr-
Ing the fiscal year at contract price. .The right to
reject any and all bids s hereby reserveu. Juacn bid
must be accompanied by a certified check In the
sum of five hundred dollars (S300). drawn to the
order of South Trimble. Clerk of the Hcuso of
Representatives, as a guarantee of good faith. The
bids to be Indorsed "Froposals for Packing Boxes."
Samples cf the boxes may be seen or any further
information had by calling at the office cf the Chief
Clerk cf the Rouse cf Representatives. A surety
company bond in the sum of one thousand dollars
($1,000) will bo requirM for the faithful performance
cf nhe contract. SOUTH TRIMBLE, Clerk House
of Representatives United States.
PROPOSALS FOR LAUNDERING TOWETS. &c
Clerk's Office. House of Reprevntatives United
States, Washington, D. G, May 1. MIL Sealed
proposals will be received by the Clerk of the
Bouse of Representatives until TUESDAY. June
6. 1911 at 12 o'clock noon, for laundering towels.
sheets, and bath rugs for the House of Itepre
tentatlves during the fiscal year anding June 30.
1912. During the serslon or sessions of Congre-
towels are to be taken from the Capitol twice each day
and to be returned laundered twice each day; at all
other times towels are to be taken from the Capitol
each morning and returned on the following morn
ing. The work must be first clan in every par
ticular apd performed to the satisfaction of the
Clerk of the House. Samples of toweU. shejpts, and
bath rugs to be laundered may be seen or any
further information bad by calling at the office of
the Chief Clerk. A surety company bond in the
sum of fire hundred dollars ($3)0) will be required
to Insure the faithful performance of contract. The
Clerk reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Bids to be indorsed "Proposals for Laundering
Toweto, At." and addressed to SOUTH TRIMULE.
Clerk of the Bouse of Representatives United States.
SOUTH TRIMBLE. Clerk Houso of Representa
tiTes United States. myS.10.17.2i.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES U. 8. PRO-
posals for Stationery. Clerk's Office, Bouse of
Reprtsentatlrca U. S., Washington. D. C. May 1,
19U.-SeaIed nrorjosals will be received at this office
until 12 o'clock m., TUESDAY, June 6. 1911. for
furnishing stationery for the House ot itepresenia
tives during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912.
Blank forma of rropceals, blank bonds, and neces
sary information will be furnished on application to
the Stationery Clerk. The Clerk revrrres the right
to waive defects and reject any or all bids or parts
of bids. Proposals should be addressed to the Clerk
of the Bouse of Representatives, and indorsed 'Pro
posals for Stationery." Proposals and specimens
must be delivered at the office of the Clerk of the
House free of charge. SOUTH TRIMBLE. Clerk.
House of Bepresentatlres U. S. myj.iai7.il
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OP
Columbia, holding Probate Court. No. 1S01I. Ad
ministration. Tils b to give notice that the sub
scriber, of the District cf Columbia, has obtained
front thj Probate Court of the District of Columbia
letters of administration on the. estate cf Ellen P.
Thompson, late cf the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the
subrcrtber on cr before the ISTH DAT OF MAT.
A. D. 1912; otherwise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit tt said estate. Given under my
hand this Bd day of May, 191L CHAatLES &
DAVIS, HIT Endid strl northwest.Attest: (Seal,)
JAMES TANNER, Register of VUIs for the Dis
trict if Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
BEACH ADKIN3. Attorneys. myllJLieT
and repairs. Antique fur. reproducing.
13 20th sU aw. 'Phone N. SOB.
COLUMBIA TJPHOLSTKRINO CO,
Reae-tal for 10 dars 6-Diece oarlor suite.
rtuVhotetered an re-covered In velour or
VACUUM CLEANING MACHINES.
Rtglna, Diamond. Richmond, Magic. DusUey.
Hoover, all ether makes; sold and repaired; free
demonstration: prices. $5 to JKM. cash or time. Main
4128. NATIONAL. 6th and D nw. 141
5-CENT MESSENGER SKRVICE-14TH
and N. Y. ave. nw. 'Phone M. 2072.
Room 214. Oxford Building. U3-m
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE.
ONLY UP-TO-DATE FULL DRESS
and tuxedo suits for hire. M. T.
PIMES. Merchant Tailor. 1006 7th st. nw.
LAV COLLECTIONS. ANYTHING. ANY
where. Personal call on all accounts.
E. XV. DRIGGS &. CO., Bond Bids'.
2-HP. FOR PUMPING. &.C: GUARAN-
teed for life: a high-class engine for
little money; $42.50. J. J. MOHLER. 2127
Pa. eve. 92-S.w.f-30t
DORA I. BR0SENNE, C. D.,
IDA M. OLIVER, C. D.
OfSce: Apt. 1. the Madrid. 2300 ISth st. nw.
PHONE NORTH 604L
DR. SHADE, SPECIALIST.
rORTY YEARS' PRACTICE TREATIXO
STOMACH AND NERVOUS DISEASES'.
Special and private ailments of both
Fxes cured promptly. Consultation free.
Hours, 10 to 1 and 3 to 5:30. Sundays, 19
to IL 723 13th st. nw. 77-tf
DR. FISK ELGIN. EXPERT IN TREAT
ment of special diseases, chronic and
acute. Male:, only. Consultations confl
dentiaL Medicine furnished. Prices mod
erate. Corner 14th and Pa. ave. nw.
Phone M. 7C47. Office hours, 9 to L 3 to S.
Specialist. 01 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.
to person or by letter.
Hour. 10 to 1 and 3 to 6.
J4S-tf Sundavs. 10 to 1.
WE MANUFACTURE A SPECIAL LINE OF
herb remedies, guaranteed to cure or relieve all ail
ments. M. A. LOUIS &. SONS. S3 O st. nw. 99-ea
If. B. Following schedule figures published only
as information and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta. Birmingham, Mobile. New Orleans.
Asbevllle. i s. m. and 10:15 p. m. For Chattanooga
and Memphis. 9:00 a. m. daily. Dining cars.
For Roanoke. Knoxvllle. Chattanooga. Birming
ham. New Orleans. 10:10 p. m. Dining cars.
For Roanoke. Knoxvllle. Chattanooga. Nashville.
Memphis. 4J0 a. m. dailx. (Sleeping car open after
10 p. m.) Dining cars.
For Charlotte. Spartanburg. Atlanta, Anniston.
Birmingham. 4:15 p. m. dally. Dining cars.
For Oreecsboro. Durham, Raleigh, Charlotte, Co
lumbia. Charleston. Aiken. Augusta. Savannah.
Jacksonville, and Florida points. 0 p. m. dally.
Dining cars. L. 8. BROWN General Agrnt.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
LEAVE UNION STATION.
ROYAL BLUE LINE
EVERY OTnER HOUR ON THE ODD nOUR."
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW YORK TERMINALS. LIBERTY STREETS
and W TWEVTT-THIKD STREET.
liD. Vin (Royal Special. 5 hours). BH0 (Roval
Special). llsOO a. m.. IsOO. 3.-00 Ijoyal Limited. S
hours). 30, 3ffl0 r. m. and 1ZH5 night, 232 a. m.
Diners and Parlor Cars on day tranu. Sleepers en
U:1J night open at 10:00 p. m.
Philadelphia ana Atlantis. Ulty. ttso, "SSO. U.-0-
a. m., "law. "jot. to p. m.
"EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week days. 7110 a. m. to 10:00 p. ra.)
"IS f5:00. t3), ISO, ia. ISot, :, 3a0.
1930. 10S0. mm a. m., ViM noon. tl2S6. 'ISO.
lias, i2o, nno, tsao, a. t4so. t4:t5, jso.
15500. a, 16:00. 63). HSO. Sw. 1930. WSB.'
10.10. 1130, 12aS night.
CHICAGO. 9'J0 a. m.. Its. 5X p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AND LOUISVILLE.
9:10 a. m.. M JO p. m.. '1200 night.
PITTSBURG. "9:10 a. m., 125, "930 p. m.. 1ZM.
night. (Sleeper ready 10 p. m.)
CLEVELAND. J0 p. m. COLUMBUS. S3t'
WHEELING. 9:10 a. m.. "ISO p. m.
Schedules of local trains at ticket offices.
Daily. (Except Sunday. Sunday only.
TELEPHONES st following Ticket Offices: lCf
O St. nw.. Main 1551; u3 Pennsylvania are.. Mala
Wi; Union Station office. Main 1380.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 11, 191L
Leave Washington, New Union Station.
tin a. m. Dally All points'on Norfolk and West
ern. 10 JO p. m. Daily Roanoke. Bristol. Winston-Sa-'
lem, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga. Nashville. New Or
leans, Through Sleeper. Dining Cars,
4:10 a. m."For Bristol. Knoxvllle. Chattanooga.
Nashville, and Memphis. Wuhlrtcton-Meniprili
sleeper open 10 p. m.
For Norfolk Leave Washington. 43) a. nu daily,
arrive Norfolk. 1130 a. m.; 12:01 coon daily, antra
Norfolk, 529 p. m. week days. Leave Richmond
daily. 4 J9 p. m.. arrive Norfolk, 739 p. m. Leave
Richmond 800 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sundays only.
4 JO p. m. Daily Berryville. Luray, Shenandoah.
Trains from the Southwest arrive (3 a. a.. 203
p. a and 12:1 J a. m.
All Information Fourteenth street snd New Tort
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LUTES.
Published enly as Information, not ruaranteed.
ISO p. m. daUy-CL & O. SPECIAL. Solid train,
to Cincinnati, with Pullman sleepers to Louisville.,
Ctsdnnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis, and Cnicafo.1
aaO. dinlcg car, service a la carte. l
H-J0 P. m. ually-F. F. V. UMITED to
Vest. Southwest, and Northwest. Puttman sleepers'
to Virginia, Hot Springs. Cincinnati, snd LoutsvCla..
CsKinnaU 'ajerper open ter occupaocy S) p. .
C 0.,dtinn ear. serrtc s la csrta.
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