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CLASSIFIED' 1YANT ADS REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTS &EMHE LATEST PHOTOPLAY NEWS "-s "' THEWASHINGTQN HERALD Vsr II. . -32 Stories of the; Photoplays: "Lofti Luck, and .Gaaltne." -(At Crandall's today.) Bunny's daughter Lillian -Is quite justly known as MIsa Tomboy. -She returned the love of Cuter., a wealthy young chap, whom Barmy does:not'fs.vor..Bunriy does his belt to prevent meetings .between hta c'nntbter 'and - Cutey. Bunny." becomes owner of a fast sailboat Just about the ttae"M!saToraboywtasaTrwlinmlnBtTace, In which she wears a boy's bathing (.cos tume. For 5iUlp'nmV,T)er. father Jocks her in Jierroorn for a week, taking aU her pretty clothes away from her. While the Is in this dilemma. Cutey learns that Bunny's captain, his been taken ill.- a fact r J which will probably cause Bunny to lose F- the raee'ln whlch'hl new sailboat Is tered. Cutey figures that -Miss Tomboy can sail the boat to victory,' tola suc ceeds In getting a suit of his -clothes to the Bin. She climbs down tha porch and proves herself the winner. Borfny Is de-J lighted until he learns that It was Ills daughter who so ably handled his .ast lime craxt; men nis aeugnt turns 10 chagrin. , and he determines to" marry Miss Tomboy, off to his friend. Van Al styne, an Impossible being for Miss Tom boy. . """ She determines to elope with Cutey and sends him word to have hl3 ."ast steam yacht ready to make. a rush .for Newport. Van Alstyne learns 'of the scheme, ad vises Bunny and they start In pursuit In Bunny's steam yacht, a much aster ves sel. In his dilemma Cutey sends a wire less to his friend, who owns, a nfty-mile-an-hour racingxnotor boat. Immediately the friend sets out ana soon passes Bunny's yacht and overtakes Cutey and Miss Tomboy,' taking them aboard end starting another race for Newport. Banny starts after .the' speedy motorroat In a monoplane. -Miss Tomboy sees him com ing and Cutey hurries to -shore and suc- ceedsc in getting a racing hydro-aero plane. Bunny, In his anxiety to have Ms aviator overtake the flying boat. 'falls out of the "plane" into the water, being res cued by his daughter and Cutey. The bat tle of wits convinces Bunny that Cutey would make a worthy son-in-law, so ne gives his consent. Cutey and Miss Tom boy fly across tne sea to happiness just as van Alstyne hurriedly arrives. He is too late, and Bunny's Bense of humor permits him to enjoy a good laugn at the expense of the crest-fallen Van Alstyne. "A False afore" (At the "Leader today.) Cast Miss Priscllla. Minnie Humphrey: Miss Martha, Loyola O'Connor; Mr. Bax ter, Frederick Montague; Mrs. Baxter, Elizabeth Morrison; Constable, Otto Led erer. With the best of Intentions Mr. and Mrs. Baxter, a prosperous couple, at Christmas lime, try to make things pleasant for Miss Friscilla and Martha Howard, two poor but extremely proud maiden ladies. They, however, refuse all assistance, saying, "We are not objects of charity." Determined to present them with some warm clothing. Mrs. Baxter plans to invite Priscllla and Martha to her home that evening, while Baxter is to take a bag containing the presents, go to the Howard home and hang.lt over their fireplace. Unfortunately, he Gets the laundry bag by mistake. After entering through a cellar window, with many painful mishaps, he finally locates the room with the fireplace. He hears the women returning and hastily dodges into a closet, taking the bag with him. Priscllla and Martha are astounded at the appearance of their rooms. They hear something in the closet and Baxter males a nnlA lilrn a mmio VVhA vnm. m?kes a noise like a mouse. V'he wom en throw the cat Into the close nearly causing the poor man to collapseALater, they hear him trying to pick ti lock. Deciding there Is a man In the., they call for help. The town constable ar- GARDEN 9V TODAY - "The Reckoning" Beautiful h sad-colored film. SYMPHOXY ORCHESTRA. PLAZA TODAY Four reel of finrt-tlne auoYTn Blutusl pictures. "Rosebush of Memoiim. Title "ot Resorted. "A Prince of Bohemia. The Fire Regained In motion pictures will be nkoira dslly besinnlnR June 7th ssd will coatlsue for one week. Is addition to the regular prtcram of polite Tauderllle at the Cosmos Theater IHE LEADER 507-509 9th St. N. W. TODAY'S PHOTOPLAYS "A FALSE MOVE, Vltanraph comedy. "THE IDIOT," Blograph drama. "BY PARCEL POST," Edlun. Mnalc by Geo. Eamou and Win. Wiley. BELMONT THEATER 14tk St, Wear V St. Coolest Theater la Washington. TODAY THE SHERIFF'S STORY THE PURSyiT OF FATE THE DAWN OF THE NEW BAY Other Pictures. Raphael Theater Mb and O Streets N. XV. COMING SUNDAY The great Vftajcrapa mavterplee In 'Five Reela, "A Million Bid" - V ??$? 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William Garwood: John Carew, an artist, Harry Von Meter; Robert Carlton, stock broker. Jack Richardson: Dorothy Carl ton, his daughter, Vivian Rich; Mrs. Paley, a model. Louise Lester; Little Blllle, her daughter, Billle O'Brien: the old Janitor. Reaves Eason. Mrs. Paley, who died of consumpton while posing for Tom Manning, with her last breath made the young sculptor promise that he would adopt her little girl. He couldn't have refused and yet. financially, the responsibility alarmed him. But by the time Little Blllle had been In the studio two dars. all Tom's chill misgivings 'had vanished before the warmth of affection the child gave him. Tom had a sweetheart. Dorothy Carl otn, out ola the Coast, when he iiad not seen In five years. A telegram, saying that Dorothy was on her way to New York with her father, caused a great flutter of preparation at the studio. When Dorothy reached the cits', she went alone to Tom's address to take him by sur prise He was out, but Blllle did the honors, -Innocently assuring Dorothy that she was "Tom Manning's little girl." Be fore Dorothy's eyes the world seemed to turn black. Manning's entrance and attempts at explanation were of no avail. and she fled to her father. That same evening, Carlton, deter mined to have an explanation of Man ning's faithfulness, was returning to the studio with his daughter, when a young artist Intercepted them. He had seen Dorothy rushing away In a paroxysm of grler from his friend s room and his in tuition had told him the rest. With con summate tact, Carew put the facts be fore the pair. And when Dorothy sought Tom a few minutes later, her hasty con demnation was changed to tears and kisses of forgiveness. "Miser Mnrray'a Wcddlnc Present." (At the Raphael today.) Old Miser Murray's particular hobby is the collection of precious stones. Harry Hastings, a joung clerk, proposes to Marlon. Murray's daughter. Her moth er approves of the match, but Murray does not. The next morning. Harry's uncle learns of his predicament, and de termines to help the boy out. He calls him Into his office and promises .him a Junior partnership with Mm, on the day ne marries Marion. Harry is highly elated, and when he tells Marion and her mother, both are delighted. Old man Murray grumbles his consent. Mrs. Mur ray later tells her husband that they must give Harry a nice wedding present. He flatly refuses. A few days before the neddinc Murray Is asked nointedlv bv a visitor what he is gdng to give his daughter, and grouchily replies he has not yet made up his mind. To dajs before the wedding Sirs. Mur ray determines to have it out with her husband. They quarrel and Mrs. Mur ray snatches a case of liamonds he is looking at. and going to the .window threatens to throw it Into the street. This brings him to terms, and he con sents to her gilng Marlon three of the most beautiful stones. That evening Marion thinks she hears a burglar, and sees her father enter the drawing-room and go steadily to where the diamonds are lying and put them In his pocket. The next morning Marlon tell Harry land mey aeciae to teacn .Murray a lesson. He gets his old friend. Jack Thompson. to pretend he ,,is a detective, and old Murray nearly has a fit when he Is told the detective Is going to take everybody's fingerprints. Murray determines to bolt. He is stopped in the hall by a policeman. He breaks down and confesses, giving Marlon the diamonds and consenting to tne marriage. CASINO THEATER 7th and F streets nrry Craadall Lessee This week Jack London's "THE SEA WOLF" Tne arreateet raorlnc pic ture ever produced. Made by .BeatTorth. Produced In seven reels. Popular prices, 10 aad SOe. Mntlneea, all seata 10c. CRANDALL'S Ptk and E streets TODAY "LOVE. LUCK AXD GASOLINE." A Great Vltaaraph Comedr, with John Buanjr. I. Milan Walker and "Cotey.' Syampbeny orchestra All 1 seats, .10e. - A'!:5rtrU?'e fsi-ri. . ullil i rr JTATIOX'S PERIL." Queries and Commeats. Movlar picture followers srt lavltrd to anfcmlt their taaulrlra aad comments ta tne Metlon Picture Editor and are request ed writ eu tut aid f ta paper. Motion Picture Editor As you seem to be making a classification of picture theater "pests" In your columns, let me save you the trouble of putting them In a. card index by stating that they really all oolong in one class egotists; that Is, people who do not realize that there Is any one in the world besides themselves. For Instance, to specify my particular grievance, the woman-wlth-the-hat; she does not wear that hat with the fiendish purpose of obstructing your view, but merely because it does not occur to her that there is anybody else in the place besides herself. And, the man who wor ries one of your correspndents by beat ing an anvil chorus on his chair back. Is not trying to annoy him, ha only does not observe the insignificant presence In front of him; to him all other men are shadows. And the man. or woman, who makes comments In a loud voice upon the play, though not strictly oblivious of the presence of others, are led by their egotism to suppose that their neighbors really prefer to hear comments to think ing It out for themselves. And, one nuisance not yet sent In for classifica tion, is the facetious youth who makes would-be funny remarks throughout a serious drama; he also Is not totally oblivious of your presence, but Is under the Impression that you are more en tertained by his "wit" than by the play. After this lucid, logical, and- definite explanation (you will observe I am some thing of an egotist myself), you will perhaps be pestered no more about pests. H. L. B. Motion Picture Editor: Dear Miss Burke: The "pests" are pretty bad, aren't they? I am venturing a word in this "pest" argument for the first time be cause I discovered last night at a movie that behold I am a pest. I didn't care very much for the picture on the screen and so chatted cheerfully with my com panionuntil I noticed several ladles in my vlcrnlty casting burning glances of Indignation In my direction. I ceased talking, but I 'was driven to the reflec tion that maybe all pests are not as bad as they are written about In The Herald. Not having been in this "pest" scrap previously. I don't feel that I have to take un arms about It. but I reflect with grief upon the possibility of being classi fied by the editor of the Query olumn as an entirely new kind of a "pest" Motion Picture Editor: On Mar It Pathe pictures were taken of the Fire Regained pageant How soon will these pictures be shown and where? Will they be In Mount Pleasant any time soon? Thanking you in advance, ATHENE P. S. Please answer Wednesday or Thursday of this week, as I leave the city the last of the week. Dear Athene: Your note, dated June L. was not received by us until Friday mcrnlng. This naturally made it dif ficult to answer on Wednesday or Thurs day. You probably noted, however, in yesterday's Herald that the Cosmos Theater Is going to show the "Fire Re gained" pictures for one week. I dare say they will then be shown at other places throughout the city. Motion Picture Editor: Motion picture fans would be greatly obliged If man agers would post at the box office win dow, or elsewhere uv front, a brief list of the plays to be shown that day In the order In which they will be shown. The passersby could then learn by In qury just what picture Is then on the screen and he could calculate when his favorite film would be shown. Many people go Into a tneater to see one pic ture only. They do not like to lose time looking at "fillers." They want Quality rather than quantity. An additional help would be to show out In front when the feature play, or other drawing card Is to Degin each time. It would not be nece sary to show the beginning time of all other pictures. If the order In which shown is indicated. By knowing just wncn tne picture most desired may be seen tne tans will ret increased satlsfac tion and the theaters more money with out, additional expense to them. THOMAS W. GILMORE. Thomas W. Gllmore: Your suggestion auoui naving the bulletin on the plays posted outside the theaters sounds like a good "one. Maybe some of the theater managers win heed It PEERLESS PARK .. saJ' Georsrla Arcane, rae Best Universal Pictures aad la the Opea Air. A Pleasant Stopping Place far Au tomobile Pnrtlea. TODAY'S UNIVERSAL PROGRAM ."LUCILLE LOVE NO. L" Iwt reels. . "LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN." .Aad other Pletaram. i ITH ill Sail Hamuli .Xri 35 4THE NATION'S PEKIL For an Instant the girl in the steamer chair raised ber eyes from "the book. and smiled shyly at Clifford. But after the one timid glance of recognition she was once more absorbed In her reading. "Queer!" mumbled the Secret Service agent as he slowly walked away; "I was almost sure she was in 'Washington. Is It possible that " He whistled softly. He had met Na talie Brien at the embassy ball Just before his departure for Honolulu on a mission, the nature of which was known to but a few of his associates in the service. No doubt he had whispered silly things in ber ear during their brief con versation In the conservatory, and he wondered if the secrecy of her big, black eyes had coaxed from him the secret of his mission to Honolulu., He could not remember. The girl's presence on the steamer suggested a number of possibilities. Clifford weighed and sifted them all as he walked the deck. Suddenly he felt some' one brushing against Wm, and tho next moment a slip of paper was thrust Into his hand. It happened so quickly that before he had recovered from the surprise the man who 'had Jostled him was gone. He opened the 'note, which was written in a feminine hand: "You most be careful. Take no wine with your dinner tonight. Certain per sons aro determined Jhat you shall be seized with a sudden and serious illness before you reach Honolulu. "A FRIEND." Clifford smiled as he folded and pocket ed the note. He was sure It was from Natalie Brien. for there was no other woman on the steamer who could take the slightest Interest in his welfare, uui It rather surprised him that Natalie, cousin of one of the cleverest and most unscrupulous of International spies, should have troubled to send him a note of warning. "Keep your eye on Brien," he told Hasklns. hla assistant, shortly after ward. "Better watch him pretty closely tonight. He is planning something big. Tou might as well take these papers, too. If anything should happen to pre vent me from delivering them, you will know what to do with them." Hasklns pocketed the papers, and Clif ford resumed his walk. Although he knew that Brien and his associates were descerate cnouch for anything. Natalie's tjnote had disquieted him. At any rate. they were less likely to do violence to Hasklns. and the papers would be safer with him. "You are not dining tonight?" He. heard a low. melodious voice, and when he turned Natalie Brien stood beside him. They were in an unfrequented and sparsely illumined place. "No, you see I am heeding your warn ing. Immensely obliged to you for send ing me that note. I didn't know you were on the Oceanic until I saw jou this afternoon." "I think you have been too busy watching my cousin to notice poor little me?" she suggested, smiling up at him mischievously. "Then you know?" "Did you really think I was stupid enough not to know why you were going to Honolulu?" She slapped his arm in mock severity. "Just to prove that 1 am not as dense as you think. I am going to tell you. Tou Intercepted a cer tain document received at our embassy. Is It not so? This paper directed mv cousin to go to Honolulu and obtain certain information concerning the gen- .r.1 m.r, e rt.f.n... v . .ti..i.. eral plan of defenses. him to thwart his design. -w- .. w.wn...b You are a very discerning person." ob served Clifford. "In addition." pursued the girl, "you are carrying certain papers which you are to deliver to a certain great per sonage at Honolulu. Am I not right?" "You seem to have a most wonderful fund of information. There would be no use denying what you have said But I can't understand why you work against your cousin and your own people out of friendship for me." She laughed tremulously. "Can't you guess?" she said, and before Clifford had time to venture a surmise she had run away from him. He was about to oursue her. but a. sudden shriek, a roar of steel and a frantic shouting caused him to forget Natalie for the moment The steamer had stopped. From excited comment h learned a man had gone overboard. He peered over the railing Into the waters that gleamed uncannily in the glare of the electrics oerhead. A man in h- lng hoisted aboard. "Hasklns:" he muttered. "Dirty rat!" fumed Hasklns as ie wriggled into a chance of drv clothim- "Almost got me that time. Guess he or one of his spies san jou hand me those papers. Anyhow " "I understand." nodded Clifford. "I'll get even with him." threatened Hasklns sullenly. But the following day the slippery umsn py was nownere to be seen. Clif ford and Hasklns searched the ship for mm ana maae repeated Inquiries, but to no avail. The captain assured them the sieamer had not been in touch with any other boat during the night The sup- position that he might havo left the steamer was out of the question "Brien is not the sort of man who Is api 10 commit suicide," mumbled Clifford. He must be on the steamer somewhere. But " A girl looked up from her chair and threw him a mischievous glance. Clifford was Inclined to question her, but realized tnat she might be embarrassed If they were seen together. He was still search ing for the elusive sdv when his ex perience of the day before was repeated and he found a note In his hand. You disappoint me. It should r.nr h difficult, to find the man you are seek ing. People are not in the habit of evaporating into mist How do you know I am not carrying my cousin along as baggage to save passage? "YOUR FRIEND." Clifford's tubed lips emitted a inn- whistle. "What a brick of a a-irl shn l and what a simpleton I ami" he mused. TJhe has learned that her cousin Is hid ing in a trunk or some such thing, and this Is her way of suggesting It to me." He spent the remainder of the afternoon searching the steerage, and when he met-Hasklns In the evening he smiled blandly. "I found a trunk as big as a chorus girl's; and It has air holes," he en lightened. "And probably a murderous little rat of a spy Inside," guessed Hasklns. "You watch it," suggested Clifford. "And to make sure he doesn't escape I'll do a little sentinel duty above." Hasklns grinned broadlv. haonv In an ticipation of the sweets of revenge. But when the steamer touched port he came to Clifford and whispered excitedly: "The trunk is empty!' "Emmy!" Hasklns nodded. "And I am sure he was in there this morning." he said ruefully. "I saw cigarette smoke com ing out of the air holes." "But he must still bo on the boat We'll catch him at the landing. If he gets away from us " ever mind he won't" declared Haskins doggedly. But though 'they scrutinized everv face, ta the nassenirers disembarked, the spy was not found among them. Clifford was considering the advisability of.cablliur his rcslgna- tin to Washington when he felt the fain- icsi loucn of a hand on his arm. "Watch the automobile the big grey one Just to your left" some one whis pered. He turned abrantlv. hut she was cone. The car Indicated was occupied by three men,- and Clifford found .himself staring feife..J..;L;W SPECIAL NOTICES. . FOUR DIFFERENT .liaHTS FRQU your Mazda lamp, if You use a DIm-A- lite. JOHN J. ODENWALD, .Electric Con-, liimuir, 14U 41 SI. H,. I4WI1H . ,.. Notice to Druggists And Confectioners You eaa ur Kotwr " ITIEKZJ.NO 8AI.T tod ITAVOBI.Mi EXTRACTS by enlrrini uir pudu IUlUb quality imple atocx. tTTrompt ddltrrr. tSo ccnwcei untld, B E.EARNSHAW & BRO. IVhelesaiera. 11th aad SI St. .3. E. ALTUOCnH "GRIDIRON CLCI!' JAS JCST been put on tb uaiUt. it It ltoJr a (apulu Ciairr a. Call lor It. Otdet ll ct an dealer. uAAf. 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TW " "" .. stupidly Into the face of one of them, As he gazed the metor.i snorted Impa- tlently. the car leaped fo'ward. rounded 1 a curve and glided up the street. Clifford pushed Haskins Into a waiting ear and Instructed the chauffeur to fol- low. "It was the Brien gamt." he mut tered. "Pretty clever di'suie. but I recognized at least one of them." t ..,,, ., ,np.dw f.Hm.Klv throurh a mountainous district Urlen. standing ! erect in the car, had torn the disguise from his face and was firing at his pur- , suers. A bullet grazed Clifford's check. Then a shriek, and the car ahead executed a sudden leap and vanisned The pursuing machine stopped abruptly a few feet from the edge of a cliff. Clifford peered down the i-teep wall and shuddered. A twisted tangle of steel -and something else lay In a dark mass below. Then he remembered Natalie. (CorjTirht, Mil. br Henry Barrett Chambrrlln.) Fleeting Views. It has often been a matter of bewilder ment to me Just why the film companies are so secretive about announcing who Is to appear In their pictures on the screen. For Instance, the title of a play appears upon the screen, sometimes with the name of the star player, and fre quently the play begins without any other Introduction. Other companies give the whole program, following the lines of the theater progr-ims, but they usually don't give people lime to read It thor ns...,, lilt jvuisjii i-t""!"") -" "M :::: s: " r ' i. "r" .r."i doubt but that if it were feasible the I u VV OB MI ouwtato. ..,c . UV stage companies would do that very I thing In lieu of It they sometimes have the programs read "the characters are listed in the order of their appearance." The Edison people give them as they ap pear, and It is about the clearest and most Intelligent way of doing It. If there Is anything left out of the program of entertainment for visitors to the great exposition which opens In New York on next Monday, It isn't apparent. A convention of the kind planned for ,New York should be a tremendous help to the moving-picture game throughout the whole country. A full and unbiased discussion of such mooted questions as Censorship, Press Support, Advertising iTograms. etc.. will undoubtedly lend a powerful Impetus to the uplift of the movies. Not that they need uplifting particularly, but because there is no In dustry which is free from the possibility of Improvement. And because the moving-picture business has such great pos sibilities of development, because It Is so apparently In the Infancy of Its full growth and glory, it offers unlimited op portunities, for' real constructive Improve ment, 2. !W- A. VlL-jEk cussina Al MTES J CLASS A. Help Wanted Wanted Agents -Situations Wanted Lost and Found Business Ops. is KRy WORD Minimum space IS words On orders for seven timet or mora minimum space J! words. CLASS B. (All classified advertising not listed under Class A or other classi fications): Per line..- X .IS : times wltlVn a week... .13 3 times witdln a,week... jo 7 times consecutively.... .09 IS times consecutively.... M SO times consecutively.... Ml SO times consecutively,,.. .H4 90 times consecutively ... JM l.ooo lines in on year aw LOST AND I0UND. S10SEY-1.0ST. J TEN DOLLAtt BILLS IN SST t brtwun X tut O. ErJ. ilrv GEO. ItAfT. ll3t tt. nw. BAIl riN'-BACK EXAM EL; l'EARL. BETTING; Mar Jl. Chctr Chaw ear to "lake." Reward, run jf. rx. SN Sth nr. t COLD NECKUIIAIN. Regard. SI Toanatt avr. DC. lost-pair nose glasses, on and O st. car. at l!th and Pennsylvania i. Return to behrman. m La. ave. ae. Return to BEHRMAN, Ml La. ave. LOST-TUESDAY. SMALL DIAMOND and p,a,l bar pn IUward. 1557 r lt. nw. LOST-JPNE LADIES' BLUE COAT. at competitive drill. Reasonable reward. C. V. SPARROW. SO? N. Capitol St. .,,..,. ,,, LUST tl llrA.lv UK 3:, DRAWN TO A. S Eaton, on 11th st. car from Con gress Heights. Reward If returned to 137 V st nw. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED AT ONCE. JANITOR. ONE used to elrvrtric elevator: also, elevator boy. 327 Cd bU ne. WANTEtValikt. photocrip!T. prtetr and flniiber; rood uUrj, perm, place; Ut experience Boifr I MADE KP.C00 IN FIVE TEARS WITH a small mall order business; began with S Send for free booklet. Tells how. HEACOOK. Lockport. N. T. HELP WANTED FEMALE. .rrRExncEH to learn .trench dress- ctrttlnr. dmamakiaf. dfaixnlta. and millinerr: r"od pnitiona furniahed after learninc NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 1115 G at. SITUATION' WANTED. WANTED- I'oailion ai aaaiaUnt in pharmacr for relict vork. hate had aomt experience, retlatcred !n D t ; alau sradoatt n .pharmacr BOX 17, Herald ctrire. FOR RENT HOUSES. TO LET HOUSES. A SELECTED LIST. 3014 WYOMING AVE. JlaiMlonit renu-ortaetird Home, located en WtiV Is rut a llrixM. awtuunit to can. strain brat. ga 3d electric Ujbl: 11 room aad bath. T&M DntJMMO.ND, WD. Chj KoctTill and TraaallTtova EkrtrlF Lt. rppoflit Cbarr Uiim; ont car fare ttt rttr: W rooma aed 3 tataa; lot t90 tU trout; lawna. zardra, ore&ard; tot -inter neat; ckctrtc txttt; a raecr &6.6Q. 1304 COLUMBIA ROAD. ' "S"T LPi' 7U , tnnatooi condition. I lCxectleot aoDvt to JJoost Pkaaaat: Crtt-Soor iff trrtcLt, urft rooma oa bu; Ktu goal condition. $30.50. i l.t7 CALVERT ST. I DadrabU hcir ol la room aod battt. all bnxDt. any rooma. w no. SOfS .NINETEENTH ST. OTniookToc IVid ratal, baodaoo ooqm ef II I rooma and fcafl to irJodtd cdar rim. Boer kltrhen . a tfrVI ' "" .T-L . 1404 GIRARD ST. 1 Thre atsrira. &nt-rjoor sucura. IS ro?ma acd tats. la Mount t'lraunt. J47.S0 i eiirhtmi JCmj. 'm do.cs CMMctimt Afenoe Under; re? hons ct roora. asd hath trx btht bot.teater heal excellent condltloe $490 U2t XEW HAMPSIIIRF. AVE. rttrllmt borne ol 10 rooma and bata: mwIj pa. ttms thr-raii-oat. UUO. Iftta T ELFTH ST. frs aectlou. S Urea rooma and bath: a-tll beated a-uHiTTirn iiuwniDnn plcsiivii. ib iEa ruu. imi- coed truer SC.3C 222S DECATUR PL ICE. Jnat norUi of Man tfe.. jear 23rd at., tacnd Coor, C Ursa roocaa and bath. ClIO. THE F.H. SMITH CO., KOS NEW YORK AVENUE. For Rent. 610 Eye Street, N. E. bath home, laundrj- tubs In cel- Jar. rooms beautifully decorated; mir- ' ror-doors. cabinet mantels, polished .hardwood doors. Will rent to a eood (tenant for K6.B0 per month. V. K. DE.TIXGEM A ro 13Q7 II St. . 1. rftone ljnln 1S3S OPPORTUNITY-FOR" RIGHT PARTY to rent well-furnished house, to lease I for one year. Reasonable rent Apply POX 51. Herald. FOR RENT SUBURBAN FOR RENT-Fl'RNISHED. SUMMER 1.n?L,eSJl.,l!S house, large garden, chicken house, shade. At Oak Cre-t. Md. Reached by B. & O. R R . or by trolley. Fine country place. P. S. FLETCHER. Warder Hldg.. D. C. FOR" THE LADIES. UUC PflDIFTT turtle, Ilairrirnatnx. Mial iniiit. uhhiii in ,,. combinta midt into teauliful mltrrtfs. Shararouisr. c. 70S Sth at. nw. PERSONALS. I OUICP MAUD schoot of Uennatoloo- H-Jr-LVUldC mHICn -dnMUi. Maniciinnt. calp Trratmrat racial Mavae. sod Cfctrorodj' ocn tim- uit, 7 i i. m ivroui dick . um ana n.. Opt i aian itojai. ronocrtj wjin jimr. iiaoaau. WORKINGMEN VALUABLE INFOR matlon can be glien to hustlers who want to save cash; buy from us, ILM to JiOO for new pants worth 1 per cent more v e tuy atrect ana pay cash, and that's the av to buy low: one price. JlSTlla ULU SiAAU, 61J u. WIllCN TOU TUI.NK OF i. GOOU GINGER ALE bear la mind "Gridiron Clnb" Eitra Dry OaU tor It fcr nam at drucsiitt. ctfta, and STDCtrt DR. S. A. CZARRA T33 13(h St. N. W, Wa.hl.gt.n, D. C !.. o ...a s.Bi inr.bi, w,, unnnilTT IMMnlfll f"rffin1tlrr. KU.a liuddrr. fcirictire. Kunture. tod Piltt enred without oreration. lilocd roUou. Eruptlcm. Piirttt OLteatec, tic. etc Electric Trratmrat for Nerroaaneaa tad Gtstrtl Detilitr. OSlce honrt Iron I a. m. to 5 p. m. Invalids' be massaged in your home by an expert nurse, with tha Blackstone Waterpower Vacuum Massag er: 6 treatments J3.00 any hour. Drop a postal to Mrs E. HEW1NS, Room iOS, McLacblen Bldg.. cor 10th and G sts. nw. SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES OF THE MOST chronic and wrioul csaractcr: mraU?t; tlactrlcitr la rUmscatlain. neuralgia, omenta, tod cfarosls trouble. D NICHOLSON. DM H at. iiCC r i IV JuDKumij toa Sals MlOO LAli' Treatment, fll Tta at-.. Arartmret 1. Uren tieniaia. Mils U3l DR. M. G. PARTRIDGE. SPINOLOGY AND MANUAL THERAPY. 1H7 I Street N. W. Phone Main 3798 OUA L HELD. Magnetic maanaet. (tee. aetlp treatment. 9S 11 Mrert n. MISS WELLS AND ASSISTANT. alanlcurlnc and scalp treatment. Ileum. to U 930 . y. Aie. 3d Boor front. NOTICEi PairT1elCanhd.Seconft- huH ntsmnnrta and Jewelry bought. lamls Abrahams. 81S G, opp. Pat. Oftlct. i : t$' 1IAL ESTATE. FOR SALE HOUSES. For $3600 ALLISON STREET N.W. Bet St aad Georgia Are. I Two-story, semi-detached, pebble pldash. six rooms, reception ball, gas. , L. .,11-,. nJ,r entire houe. Ieam neat cellar under enure nou.e. Lo' 25x150. BEAUTIFUL SHADE TREES D LAWN. CAN BE SEEN AT ANY TIME. A. S. Caywood 915 NEW YORK AVE. N. W. Phone M. 710. FOR SALE A BARGAIN. Ten-room house in . good condition; corner of an al ley. Stable. Eleventh Street, Between N and 0 N.W. PRICE, $6,500. TERMS TO SUIT. F0Xe 1311 H Street Northwest. Sales Department FOR SALE Practically New Six-room House in Bloomingdale Offered at a Sacri fice. Contains a Beautiful Tiled Modern Bath, Electric and Gas Lights, Hot Water Heat. Also expensive mirror-doors, cabinet mantels, elaborate papering and fix tures, parquet floors, attractive pas range In kitchen, large closets, ser vants" toilet and laundry tubs In cel lar, large lot. paved alley in rear, re fined surroundings. Front and rear porches of full length. Will sell for all cash or arrange terms. Price $4,700.00 This Is a chance to get a good home at the right price. See us at once. W. E. DENTINGER & CO., 1307 H St N. W. Phone Main 1838. $1,150 IS ALL WE ASK TO FURNISH ALL material and labor, and free plans, for this beautiful five-room suburban home. No extras, as ne guarantee the house complete. We build on your lot to your Ideas and save jou at least 1-J over a ready built home, and build you a better home at that. Estimates cheerfully furnished. See us today and our stock of tree building plan. Open until . TEPPER & DIAMOND. builders. 501 E st. nw. Phone M. 32S evenings. CoL 4111 FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. 1431 N ST. NW.-NICELV FURNISHED room adjoining bath: $12 month. Lady preferred. Phone N. MS0. ITTH ST NW . RS-WELI. FXKNISHF.D ROOMS wita pniate bath; home cooking: phone Mam KS. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, all modern conveniences, and use of phone. 1102 11th st. Apt. C. Si: STH ST. NW.-BEAUTIFUL FUR ntshed rooms; opposite Pension Parle, between E and F. 1131 N ST. NW. NICELY FURNISHED room adjoining bath: 111 month. Lady preferred. Phone N. 190. 1327 R ST. N. W.-DESIRABLE ROOMS with or without board. Table boarders wsnted. PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF T11E Diatnct cf Colombia, Waabincton. Jane 4. 1SI4 Sealed propoaala wiQ be receiTtd at thla onlcr, Room Sn. DiaUict BuIIdini. until Z o'clock p. m. JUNE II, IJlt. fcr fnrniahlns and drliTerinc ont thousand (1 COO), mora or Jcaa. iron tree suarda, for um in the Parkins Commlaaion. thia city. Sptciil rttiona tnd form cf proposal mar be obtained from the rurcnaains OSctr. D C Room 331. District Buildinc. OLIVER P. NEWJIAN. FREDERICK U SIDDONS. CHESTER HARDING. Commiaaion- tra. D. C. JoJ.M OFFICE OF IRE COMMISSIONERS OF THE District sf Columbia. Washington. Jon 3, 1I1L Sealed proposals will be rrcriied at thia office. Room 5C0. District Buildinc. until 2 o'clock p. m.. JUNE 12. 1914. for furniahlng tnd delirerlpg one boiler aad tvenU-two radiators, for use at Engina House. No. 3), this ettj. Sptciticatlona and form of proposal mar be obtained from the Purchasing Officer. D. C. Room 33. District Boilding. OLIVER P. NEW. MAS. FREDERICK L. S1DDONS. CHESTER HABDINU. CommlsaioBtra. P. C. leW. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE District of Columbia. June 1. 1914-SeaIed proposals .ill' bt rerelnd at thla jsXcr. Boom 309. District Building, until 2 o'clock I, ra. on JUNE 10, UK. for the conttroction cf sewers la the District of Columbia, tuvolflaa; tha constrnction of 3.000 lmetr feet, more or less, of 24-Incb diameter concrete sewer. Forms of propoaala. tpeciflcttioct tnd rieces eary Information may bt obtained from the Chief Clerk, Engineer Department, Room 437, District Banding. Uasbrsftcas. D. C OUVr.lt P. NEW MAN. raXDERICK L aiDDONft, CHE8TTB HAXOrKO. Cttaualtaaonars, D. a JsUUU -J-- &br-i EEALESIATZ. ! - WE GUARANTEE THE COLLECTION OF YOUR RENTS Under our guarantee you receive your rent check the day same is due, whether or not we have collected from the tenant. If the property becomes vacant, we assume and pay the rent, thereby as sttrin;; you a steady in come. For particulars, call or write Yellott & Stubblefield, Inc., 14th and U Sts. N. W. Phone North 4158. - FOR SALE SUBDREAN. For Sale Suburban 3 Sold. Only 1 Left Braod nr S-rrom bunzslov. m dnr OH Virzt&ia. wittr; ixynTons cnranmcltj, huh ird btaltbTtonlf . w jio iron ewerne ran. no urge lou. lerma illrln Ta tt arWi (VI n a aauk. at HI, A iv. REMEMBER. THIS 15 THE ONLY ONE LEFT. Fire-room buncalow, 3 nice Jot, fruit, raced, pretty porch with ebmbicj tiaes. fions. in splen did CTBdttiOQ. on 5c car far?, tsd tuly HJSO for aJL Temw. 0 00 nb. Ulaoce Mi mcoth. JUST Til INK Vf IT. Flre-ronm. two-storj bouw; fnot and ld pcrrtea; fntit ; fmced ; 3 wee lota, on one 5c car fare. Vmc9 cnlj $1D0 for an. Terms to suit jou. FOR LEASE. On It $3.00 irostb. rmttu aod bath, cellar, elec tric befits, fas, scvasc. hot and cold water; n-mly rmrerM and related. Large lot. IOHI33. cosveniect to cars. scbocJ, and crmrc!.c iU lea with priTilefc to buy. Come in for r-articnlar. EVERY ONE A BARGAIN. DO NOT DELAY. o. b. zantzinger; 903 New Ywk Arc N. W. PRETTY 4 AND 5 ROOM COT TAGE HOMES IN MOUNT RAINIER AND EAST HYATTSVILLE AT RENT PRICES. Intt7 pebble Ja-h. I rcom fcticcalrw atic cellar, funur hat and cVctncitT 15 00 inarc feet t p' 1 - jord jist m Md. line and Bfar can 130 casb SIS a iroc'h. INrat 5-room fTttase eiy Uryt crwrnl. all from), salt a Me tvr chifkeoa. flower and te tables, fit, Xth at 1 car fare. S1.600 )D0 caih $15 a mciitt fat. rlatn rorm hon-. laree lot g, tlJZ0. aio 5-rroin rcjraIo s t Ijt; Iftt. ItiTcrdalc- $I.e. snull cash ard mocth ly rannrata. Beautiful 5-room, pebble dash hn&salow. hardwood flnuli htsli crocod 3 Wt ttand onje ahade. on eltctnc car Use, cb.ckcn hanae And rrm CJXO Ml mom eiAUst in Mt. Rainier Z blocks. 1 car fare ra $3X. S350 cish tB a month. ITettj 6-roorn cotta&T in Hjattmllf mam stnt. near car; nne abide, tery larjs lot; njOO; small lajments. I will lea- these pro;crties to an ahuclntelj flnt-class tenant with bet rr commendations. Othert Deed not aprly T'Cse beiues are not Cbeey Cbasc nor tcnaecttcat arrmie man mods, but ar? comfortable home for eni We people. I'eni-Ie with Iiifh tone4 notions and without menrj need not aprT J (X RtM.ER owner. Oftlce in station. Mt. EiinJer. iTtnce Ueorce s Countx. Md. J. C ROGERS, HyarbriUe, Md. FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE IN Petworth. 6 rooms, bath, sleeping porcb: close to cars: no encumbrance. Price. n.fl. Address OWNER. BOX 30. Herald. FOR BENT SUMMER RESORTS. SHASHORE RESORTS. FOR RENT NORTH BEACH. MD.. A nice bungalow and a flat. Rent rea sonable for the season. Phone M. 4417. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In small and large sums All transac tions conducted with economical 'conaid eratlsn for borrowers. WM. H. SAUN DERS & CO.. Southern Bldg, 807 ISth st. MONEY TO LOAN on approved city real estate at lowest current rates: special privileges with respect to prior payments. Tyler & Rutherford. Inc.. 730 15th St. AUTOMOBILES. FIVE-PASSENGER WINTON AITOMO bile. first-class condition, for 1300. Phono 37M. or 909 II st. ne. Automobiles oierhanled. put in nr5t-c!aa condition for $13: this prica for 10 dara only, orders given prompt attt-ntion. Cats aabel. potiahed. and stored. Stcrluc Garage, X. 3H, Bear 133 and tt M st. nw. FOR HIRE. TOURING CARS AND LIMOUSINES by hour, day, or weeic. Expert automo bile repairing STANDARD GARAGE. P. L. Paylor. 21H Htn st. nw. TeL N. 50SS. & AND 7-PASSENGER AUTOS. 1Z and 33 per hour. None Better. AUTO HIRE CO. Lincoln SO. IUK HlKE.-6-pu-mr.T. HU; T- paaatafer. 3Ji per "gr Pobsaa Hotel. IHh at Pa. VACUUM CLEANING. LET LS ESTIMATE O.N TOL'R VACUUM cleaning. n tllotr free demonstration of tbs acuna" Turbioa Vacuum Cleaner. Phou or vriU. VACL'NA SALES COMTANT. 1103 Hth tt. nw. TeL N". HtO. PIANO 1UNLNG. PIANO TUNING. JL50: WORK GnAR anteed: 30 years' experience in repair work. T. HOLVERPON. IS! North Caro lina ave n Lin 3M "ORIENTAL RUGS REPAIRED. e Oriental rugs repaired, t cents square Inch. Washing under sun dry : cents a square foot by expert. D. Terzlan. office and workroom. 1740 Pa. Ave. N. W CLAIRVOYANT. FAM0C8 MADAME FIELD. SCIEXTinO palmist tnd card retder; tdlt jou rrrthrnfl; reunites tot separated. ESI Ra aw. $ gay& yg&fi&'A i T JTrg vMVrar 3r- .-! "J