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4 )ln??, 11.50c; 8t.tl.OQ; lwk$2 33? 1 mo., |7.?. FOR RENT-THR CLIFFBOURNh. NO. 1868 OALVERT (CINCINNATI) ST., WASHINGTON HEIOHT8. 4. 8 and 0 ROOM HOUSEKEEPING FLAT*. |3T 50. $40 00. *45 00. $.r?0 ?i0 AND $55 00 PER MONTH. WE SOLICIT INSPECTION AND COMPARISON OP PRICES TOIS NEW AND FIR9T<*LASS APARTMENT IIOUST IS BEAUTIFULL1 LOCATED. OVERLOOKING ROCK CREEK VALLKY ANI ZOOLOGICAL PARK CONVENIENT TO ALL CAR LINES. IT IS MODKRN AND CP TO-DATM H? EVERY ItESPKCT. THOROUGHLY HftATKD. FINEST ELEVATOR SERVICE. ELECTRICITY AND GAS. MAIL CHUTE, ETC.. ICTC. WHIT* JANITOR. NIGHT WATCHMAN AND COM PETENT ki,evator boys. THE INTERIOR FINISH AND DECORA TIONS ARE F.XCEITIONALLY FINE, AND THE FI>">ORINGS AND CONTIGUOUS WALLS ARE SOUND DEADENED. SO AS TO INSURE QUIET LIEBERMANN A IIAWN, 1303 F ft. r<Oi RKNT r. H SMITH CO., 14(18 N. Y. AVE. RENTAL A .?.NTS. BOND BLDO. TO 1>LSL;ABLE COLORED TENANTS. Corcoran si. n.w.; front apartment; 5 room* and b.; steam heat; Janitor service; 125. Je23 M ) > if ~RENT *T>AT^FU RNISHED. S. .?nd floor; four rooms and bath; with side p??rrh; for the summer. Inquire - ? 510 ( Bt n.e.. of?p. Stanton Park. - Ill IND 411 P 8T TWO 2D-PLOOE, MOO ern Umt4 rooms and bath each; summer prices; adiiil* ? ulj. W. F. N ASH. 122 M Je23-3t THE fLYMOUTH. 1236 11TH N.W.-fl BOOMS and bath; rent moderate; reduced for first three BkOBtki; will be meant about July 1. Je23-8t# ! : \PA1 7 i \ '?REVERE."7, 12tb and M nts. n.w.; 5 room* and bath; all outsi.ie rooms; south and east exposure; attract ive and modern In every respect; |40. Call after 4 p.m. F< ?R RENT FARRAGUT. APARTMENT 402? fur or uiifur.; fowsroon housekeeping; cool; fiah?; reduced rate to October je23-3t* delightfT'lly cool! F??nr room, second-floor apartment at greatly reduced rental. No. 23. The Lamlmore. 1133 24th ?c. n w. faquir* <?f ji^itar. je23-.'U* rr?TTTIT NT EI RNISH Elir?.? ETHBLHURST; 3 room* and bath; July 1 to Oct. 1; all outside riw>m?; n<?rth, west and south exposures; refs. P> V; 1; K \T THE 7'aLUMET. 3I? AND EAST CAP Itiil sts. New up-to-date building; apartments of 4 r-"ins and bath; hot-water heat; pas ami elec tric light, janitor service; hot water at nil hour-; first lioor apartment specially desirable for physician. The Plaza. Pi ave facing Washington Circle. Modern flrepr?n>f building; first-class in every re *l?ecl; on? 2-room nnd bath and one 3-room and bath apartment now vacant; large, bright rooms; splendid closets. Tl.? Bedford. 1833 V at. n.w. -Splendid loca tion, between two main ear lines; apartments of H large, bright rooms and bath; steam heat; Jau itor service; reasonable rents. No. 1232 Mass. ave. n.w.?New apartments of B rooms and bath; choice location; convenient to oar lines, business center and all departments; hot-water heat: janitor service. For further particulars of the above call on or address J.?23 eod 6t R. E. BRADLEY. 1418 F ?t. FOR RUNT APARTMENTS RESERVED UNTIL SEPT. \ MALL CASH deposit. which w ill APPLY TO RENT. IN THE FOLLOW ING APARTMENT HOUSES; THE "OAKLAND," 2019 COLUMBIA ROAD. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. 6 AND 7 BOOM AMD BHCHPTimf HALLS; ALL CONVENIENCES; RENTS. $G0 TO $70 PER MONTH. THE "CAM IRON." CORNER VERMONT AVE AND T ST. N.W ; 5 ROOMS. $35 TO $4" .MONTH. THE "STANTON," NO. 128 C ST. N.E.; 5 AND 6 ROOMS. $30 TO $35 MONTH. APPLY TO JANITOR. OR j-23-2t (WAR W. WHITE, 1116 F ST INNERVATIONS A HE NOW BEING MADE IN The Mississippi" and "The Natchex." 143(1 and 1444 W sr. n.w., just -elng completed; will I*e finished about Aug. 1. Leases lx?gin Sept. 1. Intervening time rent free. Tenants may select ; ip and decoratloua. Rent. $28 to $37.30; 4 and 5 room flats All outside rooms; steam beat; hot water furnished; Janitor service. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave. n.w. ,'e23-3t tExclusive Agents.) F< ?R RENT COMPLETELY PtJRMSIIED APART m*nt in the "Woodlev;" 4 rooms ami bath. Will rent for lew than price unfurnished. Applj No. 1AJ. t! . Wo.idley. or DAVID MOORE, 1328 New York ave. n.w. ONLY $19. AS GOOD AS CAN BE HAD IN CITY FOR $30. DELIGHTFUL APARTMENTS IN 8UBUP.BS 5 larsr*? rooms; porcelain bath. Ac.; plenty of fre*h air and large playgrounds for the ch ren. .'>03 322 Rhode Island ave. n.e. VJS 'M H F. H SMITH CO.. Bond bldg. THE BEST BURGLAR POLICY YOU CAN HAVE IS A LOW 1UE WALL SAFE. ALL THE UP-TO DATE APARTMENTS AND RESIDENCES ARE BEING EQUIPPED WITH THEM. INSIST UPON riAVlNU ONE IN YOUR HOUSE. THE UEBRJCK COMPANY. AGENTS, BALTIMORE. TO Iirr FIVE ROOM HOUSKK&EPLNG APART - t ^.oTith^rn eijMjsure; reasonable rent; un furnished, to October 1, 1906, with opportunity f renewal for one year if desired. Inquire at 142. Purtner." 15th and U n.w. Je23-14t FOR RENT THE PORTNKR. 15TH AND YOU at* n.w . furnished or unfurnished. 5 rooms and bath; southern exposure; all outside rooms, elec trl> light free; rent, $30. Apply at offlce. }e23 3t F< >K RENT?FLATS^/13~BYE ST. N.*., a 5-ROOM and bath flat; in nice order; $23.00. CAY WOOD A GARRETT, 1231 New York ave. n.w. Je23-3t* FOR IU5NT TO FIRXTCI*ASS^>LORRI> TENANT, 5-ro..in and bath flat. 2639 Vf. ave. n.w.; nice condition; $13,000. CAY WOOD A GARRETT, 3*23-.It* 1231 N. Y. ave. n.w. THE KENSINGTON. 2501 14TH ST. N.W.; TO sublease apartment of six rootna and bath; eleva tur; can be seen at any time. Inquire Suite 3. )e2^-3f SIX ROOMS AND BATH IN ONE OF THE BEST nelgtlwrhooda In G^-org^town; building practlcallv now and in perfect condition. Rent. $20 SO ^ CHAS. 8. MUIH A CO. Inc.,' jc23 2t 1403 New York ave. FIVE R(h'XMS AND BATH IN A WELL-BUILT apartment hou?? in good location In northwest, lien: only $30. , ? ^ CHAS 3 Ml'IR * CO.. Inc.. , jez3-2t 1403 New York ave. S,X I'ARflK BOOMS. BEAUTIFUL bjlli anil uttlo. 3038 O ,t n \r i % V.'i,ARI nS K TRIBB*; Boom 41 Il'Mi* LlfH Building, i-uroer of 15th and O ?fs. n.w , fourth floor. * ? - JeiKi-tf FOR KENT CtjRVEB FLAT. FIRST FI.OOR, 17.H Kirlid n.w.. \\a,h. Helghtr; ono wjunre from F 8 ri>oni?. ban nnrt cellar; 127 Go. i * *iAHRKTT. 1231 New York ire, TUE KR.VKSAW 19th ?t. an<l IrTln? (formeriT Krnemw a?? V. apartmrata ik>? rt-adr t>r mvupancy. Will be papered and deo I?r?ted to salt tenant. Apartnwnts ?c li-iMed now will be reserved until Sep tember 1, If dcalrvd. Housekeeping and nonhonsekeeplnr ip*rtm?nta; 4 to 7 room, and bath; flr?t-rlasa cafs now in operation. For prlcas and full particular. In qnlm of T. A fT?SD:.vq. um o St. n.w. CHii FIU.*T FtXX>R^ 601. THS KTHKLHURCT. lotk and l. n.w., for furnished or unfurulstod aps.rtmeiit; soctuern ecimaurs; also furnished roo?i? Je23 7f FOR HENT-6RM Fi^T IN Tire "OAKDAI.K.'* <ent?T at., lit. Pleasant; abade porches; uf"11' ??* ln "HollandU5t >"12t*1' ISO. Appl/ on premiss. FOR HK..VT Jfflivmimo- S-ROOW FLAT; 1IJ. on'sld^ r*ry desirable; to adults; for bOm ,3t> i*r r<'", RI';>,'T ATTRA<*nVK ATARTMBNT. COM . furnlrted for huusekeeplnf: #t? r>?nis rV7"L't^',n r*"- h*,h- 'oJepbone. back porch, ?f . bl*h location. Oolnmbia Heights; rent rery law Address ?. i 7ft, Star ..AW J.'I3 2t? ?.BNT THB -"'^'ata. lm w arr. n.w.? Bright apartment ot 4 rooms and bath ln axcal >'V "l^JltUMi.reot ?2? per month. B. F. SAL'L 7th and L ata. n.w. J#28-6t FOR RENT?THE SfSqi EHANNA, 14S0 W ST. J>_W -Apartnwnt of 3 bright and airy rooms and hath. rent. *36 So per mo. B. F. SAUL CO., 7th ??d I. ata. n.w. ]eZ3-9t FOR RENT?AFaRTMEXT^- " 23th st near Pa. are. n.w. 1 3 room and bath 132 W 2 ?-room and bath " ?? So 1 (Vroom and bath " 35 08 Bot water heat; one month each fre? to good teaants. TTLEB * K1 TliKRKORD. Inc., l?fi? j", Je23-3t* FO? RENT-tACHEI.OR APARTMSNTS^ I'nfurniahed Suitea and Single Csotrai Locatioo, Near Oars. Cltibe, Departments. SPECIAL SI MMKB BATES. FIVE DOCTOR'S Sl'ITF FIRST FI.OOB. J. V. S. A T. B. HCTCK, 1306 PA. ATM. - Jett'St #0R RENT -FrR-MSIIRD APABTMKNT IN "Tfcl Leadonn." 914 E. Cap. at.. S roome a ad bath - taMtltalljr furnished; nemlaal rear ' S. 0. WEBOON * CO.. Ml a OS?. APABTMEHTS TO LET. FOR KENT?MOORR ft III'uL (WW. TIT 14TH 8T apabtventb. The Massachusetts. Or. b rrsoo Tli? Msaearbueetta. o?. b mM Tl>e Mnaeaehoeetta, Br b M4 Dopoot, 8r. b 65-00 2481 18th. Tr. V M S".U0 Harvard bat 14th and 15th, Or, b 45.00 2123 P nw, lat fl west 3018 O. lat ?, 5r. * (Jaly 1) ...TTSO 3012 U aw M 0. Or, 2008 N Cep.2fl.0r.b..20.5Q ?1? a nw 20. 0rjK2O.fr. Mi23 Dnmbartoa.. M 8. Br. b * attic- -20.80 3030 Q nw. 9d 8. Or. b. attic . .38.80 3040 O. 3d 8. Or. b. izz r nw, lai n *?, | attle .?- ?? * Or. b 48.00 2028 N Cap, 18,8r.b..28.30 2118-20 P. 2d * 3d *621 Dumb a*. 8r.b-J8.80 fl weet. 5r. b 42-."i<ii sntS Q nw.8r.b.l8...38-WJ The Prince George. 18133030 O nw, lat 8. 33.50 30th. Or. b. lat fl..42.30-3031 Dnrobarton ar. Harvard lit 14th and lit 8, 5r, b M.30 15th, 5r, b 40.00 301 fl g nw, 18. 6r. b.25 50 1*03 F nw. 4r, b.. .40.00,1781 Wlllard. let a The Callfornla.6r,b..40 00 5r, 25.50 The Wyoming, 4r. b.40.00 2032 N Cap. lfl. 8r.bB.tiO The Prlnca George, 1018 3038 O. lat 8, 5r. b 30th ?r.b.2d *3d D40.00 (July 1) 25 50 The Nunseinond. lat. Sl.HU 2d sc. Or. b. . .25.00 ' 2d & 3d fl eaat.. .87.501441 lotb ne.lfl.5r,b. 2S 00 2118 20 P nw. lat fl 11345 Uaaa ar ae.2d<128.00 weat. 5r. b 37.50 437 joth ne.lfl.Sr.b. .25 00 2118 ft 2120 P. 2d A 437 lotb ne.3r,b.2fl.25.00 3d, 5r, b *....37.50 jjj) 10th ne. ItLv?'? The Nanaemood, 4tb 500 E nc.lat flrJRr.V28.00 floor, 5r, h. ? 85.50' The Parkaldo, Or. b.SB.OC No. 2, The Sberlden. 4r. b 88 00 The Milton. 1728 H. Or. h 35.00 The Oswego, Or, b. .85.0") 1316 Harvard. 2d fl. Or. b 33.00 The Suffolk. 4r b 32 SO The Nanseniond, lat, 2<1 ft 8<1 Oa, 4r, b.32.50 1348 T at nw.0rftb.32.8y 2319 18th nw. 2d fl. Or, b. attic 3250! 1545 Maaa a* aa. 3d floor. 5r. b E !25 520 2d ae. Br, b... M OO 320H 3d ??. or. b. .M.OO 435 10th ne,8r.b,lfl.25.00 2329 N nw. lfl.5r.b..25 00 2329 N nw. 2fl. 5r. b.25.00 3i>0 Fla ar nw. lat fl. Sr. b 25.00 20 T nw, 2d fl. Or. b. attic 24.00 18 T nw. 2d fl. Or. b, nttlc 24 00 1338 It ae. lfl. 5r. b.24.i>0 17?i WinaVd. 2d'i^gBnw;v.h.3d^iM-So ,?r. i441 10th ne.lfl,5r,b..23 00 V.i'il fir ~^! .trie *Tbo 1338 B "e- Ifl' 5r- b- 22 50 kv "i<. tL '2S2T N aw.Sr.b.M flJO-W No 12. The Bryn 011007 v nw IbP* Mawr, 4r ft b. .. .30.80; 2318 23 ? nw- 22 50 1330 Monroe ar. lfl L,,," Sth ne. lfl. 5r. b.22.50 1338 40-48 Monroe ar. " I ^ ,5r??V 'S? ? 2d fl. Or. b. attlc 30 50 !717 U:ili.nl. .v. t. :tii..O V-iVr. " . ' no The Nanaemond. 4th ^19 4th nwlfl.5r,b.21.00 floor, 4r. b 80.50 JW N nw. 5r. b. 20._n 2310 l?rli nw.lfl.5r.b30.50 n3!i v nw' 12' 101S 9th nw. 1st fl. 23I5 N nw lfl, 8r,b.20.30 ^ 30 oq 2309 N nw, lfl. or, b.20 JSO 1626 9th nw.lfl.Sr.b.'sO.OO: 1311 24th. 2fl. Br b 20.50 The Pancoaat, 1st ft 14 I ln av nw. 2d "? 2d floor*. 5r. b. ...30.00 5r, b.............30-00 1612 9th nw.lfl Sr.b.30 00 1311 24th, lfl. ^r. I^ 2327 18th, lfl, 5r. b.30.00 334-38-40 13th ne 1fl.lR.00 33413th ne. 2?1 fl. 5r, b 18.00 1237 ft 1243 D ne, 2d floor. 4r. b 18.00 1237-30-41 I> ne, 1st fl, 5r, b 18.00 135* K ne. Ill 4r. h 1? to 2017 I nw. lfl. 4r. b.15 50 7<i4 H'lllnrd. i'<l U.o b, attic 28.50 1706 WllUrd, 2d fl, Or. b, attic 27.50 1778 Wlllard. Hl.5r.b27.30i 1338-46-48 Monroe ar 1st fl Br. b 27.50 1074-76-78 Irving, 1st fl. 5r, h .27.5011330 E ne. 4r, h....14.50 2711 11th. 2d fl.7r.b27 5o The Pancoaat. 4th fl. 5r. b 27.50 1780 Wlllard, lat fl. 5r. b 27.50 2141 Newjort pi. lfl 3r, b west 14.00 1418 Duncan.4r.h.2fl 13.30 j <412<4 Duncan. 4r,h.13.30 1410H Duncan. 4r.h.l3 30 I 1704 Wlllard, lat fl. 2137 Newport pi, lfl, 5r. b 27.50 3018 O nw. 2d fl. 6r. b. attic 27.50 1702 Wlllard. 5r. b..27 50 east, 3r. h 12.50 814 2d ae. lat fl.so, , 3r. b 8 50 ! 812 2d ae. lfl, 80 8.50 MOORE ft HILL (INC.). 717 14TH riT N VT 1331 8TH ST. N.W.-XKW SIX-ROOM FLAT. $;!5.00; hot-water heating; hack porch: second story; conTenlent and neat. F. P. N"ASU.j?23-3* FOll RENT?10l' PE.NNA. AVE. N.W.; FACING Capitol grounds; all outstde rooms; 5 rooms and bath. only. ?2o. LUTHER L. APPLE. 012 14th at. jeZH Mt FOR RENT?FLRS1SHED. UNTIL OCT. 1ST, apartment 32, Northampton. 1405 W St., 5 rooms and b_th; southern eiiHjsure; reasonable rent. I TO IJ-rT- F. H. SMITH CO., 1408 N. X. AVE.. RENTAL AGENTS. BOND BL1XJ. THE NEW BERNE. N.B. CORNER 12TH AND MASS. AVE. N.W. FINEST DOWNTOWN LOCATION. NEW 7-STORY BCILDINO. absolutely FIREPROOF. Very desirable hoiiaekeeplng apartments of 3, 4 and 5 rooms and batn; all outside rooms; telephone In each apartment; electric elerator; ateam heat; hot water. $27.50 to $55.00. FIRST FLOOR SPECIALLY SUITED FOB DOCTOR S OFFICERS. BUILDING OPEN. For plans and full particulars ua. ONE MONTH S 1 EXT FREE. ALL RENTS 1 EDUCED. "THE SOLANO." 1333 Euclid at. (formerly Ruanoke st.) n.w. EXCEP TIONALLY WELL LOCATED; SOUTHERN EXPOSURE. Suites of 3, 5 and 0 roon a, reception hall and bath. Rooms are large, beautifully finished and conveniently arranged. Inspection and comparison lnrited "MANOR HOUSE. Cor. of Monroe at. (formerly Ljdecker are.) and Holmead piact. THE HIGHEST POINT IN TnE CITT. An Ideal location, between two car llnea. Bultea of 4, 5, 0 and 7 rooma and bath; all larg^ light rooma, beautifully flnlabed. SPECIAL FEATURES: BUevator, roof garden, exceptionally large, out side rooms; plenty ot-Jflfge cloaeta, linen closets, beautiful cbeval mlrrurs, electric and gatt light, long-distance 'phone In each apartment. Special rooms for seiranta. Call at office for plana and partlcalara. 1007 MONROE STREET. 6 LARUE, AIRY ROOMS AND BATH; specially Attractive dining room. WITH BRICK MANTEL AND FIREPLACE; LARGE KITCHEN. ~ RENT, $40. THE FRANCONIA. 918 18th at. n.w.. 0 rooms and bath, steam beat, hot water, elevator, anbleaae. low rent. 3606 13TH ST. N.W., 2d floor. 6 large rooma and bath, all outside rooma. fine order aoutbern exposure. Delightful iu summer. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO IM MEDIATE TENANT. 710 13TH ST. N.W., 6 rma. and b., ateam heat. Janitor... $35.00 1900 3D ST. N.W., 6 rma. ft b.. all outside aouth rooma $27 50 71C 15TH ST. N.W., 2 front rooms, use of bath, heat and light.$10.00 THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, BOND BUILDING, 1408 N. Y. AVE. N.W. ]e23 2t ONLY $19 AS GOOD A3 CAN BE HAD IN CITY FOR $30. DELIGHTFUL APARTMENTS I.N SUBURBS. 5 large rooma, porcelain bath, etc.; plenty of frMb air and large playgrounds for the children. 503-522 Rhode Island ave. n.e. Je23 2t F. H. SMITH CO.. Bond bldg. FOR RENT?BY B. K. 8ACL CO.. 7TH ft L N.W. The Lorecto. 1316 11th at. n.w.: 8 rooms and hath $40.00 6 rooma and 2 baths 50.00 The Juniata. 1424 W at. n.w.. 4r. and Or., bath $28.00 to $45.00 The Nantucket. 1418 W at.. 5 rooma and bath 87.50 The Susquehanna, 1430 W st. n.w.: 4 and 5 rooms and bath $28.00 to 36.50 1025 7th n w., 10r. aud b 38.00 1210 7th n.w., 2d floor. 5r. and b 36.00 liio 7th n.w.. 3d Boor. 0r. and b 30 00 1672 Irving at. n.w., 5r. and b 27.DO 1017 Euclid at. n.w., 2d fl.. Or. and b 26.25 636 Q at. s.n., 3d floor- Sr. and b 28.50 1016 Euclid at. n.w , lat fl.. Br. and b 25.25 The Lafayatte. 1607 7th n.w.. 3d fl.,6r., b.. 25 00 18 T at. n3d fl . Or. and b 24.00 *0 T *t. n.e., 2d 8.. Or. and b 24 00 391 11th n.e . lat floor, 5r. and b 22.80 1711 4th at. n.w.. lat 4.. 5r. and b 21 50 14 Fla. ave. n.w.. 6 rooma and bath 2050 1408 1st n.e , lat floor. 5r 20.60 1721 4th n.w., 2d floor, 5r 20 50 12.? 7th. Sr 18.50 12-13 H n.e., 2d 8.. 4r. and b 18.80 10.10 14th at. n.w.. 2d fl.. Br. and b 18.80 71.1 11th st. n.w. 2r snd b 18.00 20T R st. n.w.. 4r. and b 17.B0 122714 Duncan n.e., 4r., b 13.50 Je23-tf FOR RENT? 207 N n.w., 8r. and b. flat $38.00 214 7th n.e.. 5r. and b. flat 3O.00 1230 Duncan ne 4r. and b. flat 13.60 mylt-Wt 4 CLIFFORD A. BORDEN, 604 6th n.w. FOR RFTN'T SUITABLE FOR DENTIST, DRESS" maker. In down-town district. 2d-story flat; 1220 O st. n.w.; $30 CHAS. E. BANES. 1821 F st. ].-23 3t FOR RENT?APARTMENT IN PRINCE KARL, cor. 19th and K sts. n.w.; flat containing 5 rooma and bath. In nice condition. Rooma all bright and attractive. Rent. $40 per mo. Je2.13t.eSu ELLERSON ft WEMPLK. 007 14th at. RENTERS. ATTENTION I Secure your apartment before you leave for your vacation?avoid the ruah?aelect suites of rooms In the DENVER. MELTON, I.EUMAS and TEN NY; no better located bulldlnce. VERY LOW RATES. MAKE A DEPOSIT NOW; WE WILL HOLD THE FLAT FOR YOU. BLUNDON. O'BRIEN ft BELT (Inc.). Je23 s.nifttu 3t 1220 Q at. n.w. FOR RENT?AT GREATLY REDUCED FIGURES. Ono month'a rent free to immedlte tenanta. Fine apartmenta In the Solano. 1833 Euclid at. Large rooma, porches, etc. 8 rooms and bath, $00; 0 rooma and bath. $40; 4 rooma and bath, $30; 8 rooms and bath, $22.60. Jc22-3t ALLEN E. WALKER, 1410 Q at. n.w. FOR RENT-DESIRABLE 4-ROOM AND BUFFET kitchen apartment In the "Ivanboe," 1700 8th at. n.w.; only $30. J<-22-3t ALLEN E. WALKER. 1410 Q at. THE PLYMOUTH. FLAT 47-3 ROOMS AND bath, 4th Boor; aoathweatern corner; delightfully cool; awnlnga. 'pbone, elevator. Rant, $26 Muat be aeeu to be appreciated. Apply imme dlately. Jeia-8t? FOR RENT?APARTMENT. 8 ROOMS AND BATH, furnished, from July I; aoathern expoaare; all outside rooma. The Cecil. 16th and L n.w. Apply to elevator boy. Ja22-3t* FABRAGUT. /wo-room and bath bachelor apartaeat, fnr niabed, for the rammer moatha; reduced rata*. Addreea H. T. H . 8tar pace. feil-<t* TO SCBLET?UNTIL OCT. 1-8 BOOMS AND ba,J?, at Marlborough; furaiahed or nnfnrntahed; liberal coaceealoM until expiration of preeent lease. Addreaa Box ST, Star o?ke. Je31-7t* FOR RENT?ISO 18TH ST.. COR. B 8.BL, now, vary attractive, all ovtaldo roooM, ItMJB hitt. For Rent?838 B at. a.*., new. 8 and Or. 80S and ftlOU 0th at. a.*., ? roeaaa For Beat?1818 lat at. a.w., nearly i aad vary daatiabla. ket-watar heat SSM8 APABTKEHTS TO LET. rOB BENT-S ROOKS AXD BATHj CBfcTJkB; large yard; front ???? rear porcbea. 1120 Florida ave. n.e.; $21.40. _ THB WESTOVEB-FOCR-BOOM BOBSKKBtVllW apartment. famished or aafttraisbed. for snamier montba. Apply Boom **. Bond bolldlng at ft o'elock. Jc21-?r FOB RENT-THE BTEYBXSON-NBW APART ment boose, No. MT loth ?t. ?*ei7 ?P*rt* ment tu 5 Uv. well-lighted room*; batto; hot-water heat; Janitor eerrtee. lat and 3d-floor apartments. $25.So each; M-floor apartments, ?? WILU?rSlBBS0*BDAMHX ?08 ft 80S l?th. Je21-?t FOB RENT?APARTMENTS IN MT. PLKASANT; comparatively oew; 5 rooms awl tned bath apartments; fnrnace beat; only $20-60 WILLIGB, GIBBS * DANIEL. 60S 4c 906 18th. Je21-4t FOR RENT?SPEC1 AI.LY LOW PRICE FOR SPM mer?888 Q n w . Sd-lloor flat; 5 rooma and bath, cool and pleasant; $23 per month Je21-3t MOORB * HILL (Inc.). 71T 14th APARTMENT TO LET - ~ ONE MONTH'S RENT FREE. Beautiful aparrdient of 6 rooma ard fine porco laln bath, on 16t<! st. n.w., an excellent location; frt very ressnn?M>. _ )eJOA23 N. L- SANSBCRY. 719 21 18th at. APARTMENT TO LET Reantlfnl corner apartment. 5 largo. bright rooms, latest bath; FII'TKKN side windows; large concrete cellar; rent Tory low. je20&23 N. L 8AN3BURY. 710-21 13th at. APARTMENTS TO LET- ^twr!,??Q BEAI7TIFCL NEW DET.U'TIED APARTMENTS^ Open all arcmnd, every room baa sunlight; 5 and 7 large rooms; very nicely papered: excellent tiled baths; concrete cellar; large yarda nn<l l<ack porches; fine finished room in attic; rent only $33..V) and $3(1.50 Je20&23 N. L SANSBCRY. 719-21 13th St. DESIRABLE APARTMENTS IN THOSE WEI.L located new apartment bousea, 1409 1411 Harvard 8 rooms and bath WJ JJ C rooma and bath 4o.00 All modern Improvements. MOORE ? HILL (Inc.), Agents. je18-tf 717 14tb st. n.w. THE DAWSON, 1741 8 ST. N W.?NEW AND 1T to-date; Just completed; steam beat; Janitor serv ice; i rooms and bath. $30; 3 rooms and bath. $n.50. One apartment suitable for physician. Half rent to Oct. 1, provided a year's lease la ' Also one 5-room nnd bath flat: in splendid con dition; 302 I'la. Hve. n.w.; $21.50 per mo. SMITH THOMPSON. JR.. & CO (Inc.). Jel4-tf 1333 F st n.w. (basement). _ DESIRABLE APARTMENTS IN THE MASSA cliusetts Apartment House; a choice and con venient location. Mass. ave. bet. 14th and 15th sts. n.w. All front rooms; reasonable prices. MOORE & HILL (Inc.), Agents. Jel5-tf 717 14th ?t. DESIRABLE APARTMENTS IN THOSE NEW apartment buildings, P St. near 21st st. A very choice and convenient looatlm. Popular prices. $37.50- $42.5o. 5 and 0 rooms and bath each; rear porchea; several already rented. MOORE Ik HILL (Inc.). Agents, 717 14th at. ?lp-tf DESIRABLE APARTMENTS IN "THE NANSE MOND." corner 22(1 and N ats.; an attractive building. 4 to 6 rooma each. Prices, $30.50, $32.50. $35 50. $37.60. MOORE A HILL (Inc.), Agents. Jel5-tf 717 14th st. DESIRABLE APARTMENTS IN* "THE SUFFOLK." Irving ?t. (formerly Kenesaw are.), a very choice and convenient location; near 14th at. Rensonahle prlcea. st $32.60 each. Jel5-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.w. ATTRACTIVE APARTMENTS IN ? THE PRINCE GEORGE." 1813 30:h St.; a select locality in West Wash ington; ?'.l outside rooms; 8 rooms and batl> each. Je15-tf MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.w. for rent? THE PARK. SPLENDID NEW APARTMENT OVERLOOKING LINCOLN PARK. SUITES OF 2 AND 5 ROOMS AND BATH. RATES. $18 TO $37.50 PER MONTH. LEWIS it JONES CO.. 817 E ST. N.W. JeH-lOt SEVERAI DESIRABLE N ON-HOUSEKEEPING apartments in the Severn huildlng, 1510 H street: hot-water heat: Janitor service,?etc. Je5 tf MOORE A HII.I. (Inc.). 717 14tb st. n.w. THE CLAIBORNE. S.E. cor. 8th and H ata n.w. Housekeeping and bachelor apartments of 2. 4. 5 and 6 rooms; steam heat; Janitor and elevator service; telephone in each apartment. Prices from $27.50 to $80. Also cafe. Darhcr shop and office rooms for rent in this building. Apply R. O. HOLTZMAN 10th and F st?. Je3 tf FOR RENT?FURNISHED?NO. 21. THE OOLO nlal. 30th and N s:s. n.w.; containing 4 rooms snd osth; rent, $25. inySl-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1418 F st. n.w. FOR Bant?IN THE ONONDAGA. FIVE ROOM and bath apaitment; a.m.I.; private back porch: deep front lira; Janitor service; heat ami hot water Included In rent. Apply to GEO. TRUE8 DELL. 22 Wyatt hldg. ap22-lweow-tf THE AUGUST A. N. Y. and N. J. aves. n.w. No 11, 4 rooms and bath *5-00 THB EMERY 1812 G at. n.w.? No. 81, 5 rooma and bath 40 08 THB HAWTHORNE. 1627 I at. B.W. 4 rooms and bath 80 00 THE COLONIAL. 30th and N ats. n.w. No. 52. 5 rooma and bath 27.80 THE LOUISA. 218 N. Y. HTe. n.w. 4 rooms and bath 22-25 86H O St. n.e , 4 rooms and bath 15.80 aplO-tf WEAVER BROS . 1418 F at. n.w. FOR RENT?FLATS? 244 12th St. a.e.? 5 rooma and bath: concrete cellar $25.50 238 12th st. a.e ? ? ? 5 rooma and bath; concrete cellar........ 22.58 240 12th at. a.e., 6r. and b.. concrete cellar. 22.50 my28-tf DEEBLB & CO.. 1404 Q at. n.w. THE BERKSHIRE. 1412 Chanln at. n.w. To anblet. furnlahed or unfurnished. t. rooms and bath IJ2.50 4 rooms and bath. ?????-WjOO 6 rooms and hath Everv modern convenience: elevator; telephone In each apartment. myla-tx THE C3SCIL. 16TH AND L N.W.-3 ROOM apartment; sublet or peminePt]/. THE SHERMAN, 15TH AND L N.W.?FINE 5 roorn apartment for rent; aouthweet eTpoanre; ali outside rooms. Also throe-room apartment. my29-tf APARTMENT HEADQUARTERS. Nothing bnt High class Apartments. REMEMBER. KTEEL BUILDINGS ARE TBM SAFEST ON EARTH UNDER ALL CONDITIONS CHOOSE THE BEST. F.THELHCRST. 16th snd R n.w.-Beautiful cor ner apt. (No. 402), 8 rooms and bath, furnished or tiufarnisLed. FLORENCE COURT, T St. (Csl. are.) and Pbelfs place?NEW, MODERN, FIREPROOF BLDG., de signed and erected by T. F. Schneider architect. Dellghtfrl views of city and country. HIGH EIJ8. VATION Spaclooa apartments?8, S, 8 and T rooma and bath. 'Phone In each apartment. Name In book. Cafe In building. Reasonable rataa. FURNISHED. 8 rooma and bath. $40.00. THE WINDSOR, 1426 T at. n.w.-Beaotlfnl apartments, 4 snd 6 rooms snd bsth. SOUTHERN EXPOSURE. New fireproof building. THE ALBEMARLE. 17th and T ata. n.w.?Bean tlfnl 4-rxom and bath apartment; $40. THE VIRGINIA, 2120 G at. n.w.?4 rooma and bath Excellent condition. SPECIAL LOW RATS IF RENTED NOW. Call at office for foil particulars. WM. A. EASTEKDAY (toe.). my>-tf Bond bIJg.. T18 14th at. FOR RENT?FLAT. 1919 12TH. 6R Jlf Basement office. 702 10th .....$I8 THB McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO., iuj9-tf 10th snd O. FOR RENT?THB ALLENHURST, THE AVON, the Ei^eron, 11th and Columbia road n.w., $86? five and alz room and bath front apartmenta; all outside light rooms; special price from now until October 1; these apartmenta are delightful for summer and mnat be seen to ba appreciated; convenient to all car Hoes. THOMAS J. FISHER 4k 00.. (Inc.), mj-6-s. tu.th.tf 1414 r st. a-w. FOR LEASE?THE BRUNSWICK, FRANKLIN Sqnart; absolutely fireproof; a beautiful 4-room apartment far sublease; rent $43.60 par mo. Ap ply te Superintendent of building, or SWART BELL. RHEEM * HEN8EY CO., 918 V at. n.w. ap?8-aa,tu.th-tf 2317 N ST. N.W. ? rooms and bath. Rent, $22.50. THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY, aplf-tf ?0T O at. n.w. TO StBLET-THE COLUMBIA. 14TH AND Gl rard (Blnney) ata., apartment of ? rooms aa4 hath: southern expoanre; reduced rant to Oc tober JAMES A. OA Him 1M 9 St. B.W. mh22 tf FOE EXCHANGE. 4.lnea.lt.90c; 8t,$1.00; 1 wk.,$2.38; 1 n?.. $7.^0. FOB EXCHANGE?PABTY HAVING VALUABLE plama In line of the railroad lmprorementa will exchange for Improved or unimproved Washing ton property. Addreea BAL/TtMORE. Star office. FOR EXCHANGE?AT KENSINGTON; NEARLY new 8-room house; ateani beat and bath; ,'arge lot. with lot of email fralt and shade trees, for modern 6 or 7-rooiB house on Capitol Hill or to northwest section. TYLER * RUTHERFORD, lac.. 1807 V at. n.w. Je23-3t? FOB EXCHANGE?11EAL ESTATE. Will exchange Uro handaome home properties located In bast part of Columbia Helghta for hn lmproved ground; deliver abort properties clear. Address Bag >8, Star office. Jell-St* FOR EXCHANOB?HAVE YOU A SMALL HOUSE to trade on lOr. Ool. Hta. hoose? Bar* yta uoprodoctive lot to trade) MB IIE 14r. boose, 17th sad K; Sr.. 10th and K n.w. TO TRADE. * JdttI W. t. MINNIX. tot toot, 1*18 W. FOR BXCHASOB ? HAN^Ml^NEW^ APART- ! mat ho?r, waU located near Dapont Circle; tot E. ?af ? s&ca."s;, | JBBI" 5uraa * nu (ih.). nulit 1 HOUSES AID VEHICLES. On* g?t a w?N mkA tbne for IB wards 9 tt FOB SALE-ONX VIRGINIA MASK, FIB-TT-OLASB condition: On* driver; T f?ri old and mad: can be Men at CHANDALL'S STABLE. lllO-ll O at- nr. l"OB SALK-LfGHT BUGGY HARNESS OOST S3W.OO; food u new; (13 09. GERM CILLER'S gABNEgBFAOTOBl ?U lm. are. Je3a-?f FOE StALE~A ri.VE HORSE. ? YEARS OLD. LEON. 11*8 14U a.w. . )a23-tt FOB SAIJE?HANDSOME BUNABOUT; IN PEB fect condition: pneumatic Urea; wooden sp.<ke?: twUt to order by Caffri?y of Camden, N. J.; both l?>t* aad abaft*; coat 9*76; can be Men at lie Reynolds' Carriage Factory. 1423-25 L at. ?.w. will mH cheap. W. M. MOOMCY. 1W9 Eye at. FOB SALE-MARK AND BUNABOCT.?10 G St. o.w. JrXi-8f FOB SALE?LARGE IIAUt; PRICE, $40. APPLY ffAUJAPKB sroaK. 23? 4% at. s-w. leg-St' S FOB SA1X--A FIXE 8-YEAR-OLD FUBA-BITTHS 1 mare, weight 1.200 iba.. with 2 week*' old mate colt; perfectly ioupd; a bargain at (228. Can be aeen at Mr. E. Burgdorf'? stock farm. Addrea* Box 32. a tar office. . JeSl^f RrBBEH-TlRlTifUNABOUT: (40; GOOD OONDI tion. BRASLEY'S UVERY, 14,8 E at. n.w. jc213t WANTED?THE CARE OF A HOBSE BY Re sponsible gentleman la the country. for occasion ?1 Iljrht uae. Box 43, Star office. Je21-3t* WANTRD-OOOD, GBKTL* ]HOR8E~FOB TIMID lady to drive in country. Answer Box 114. city. Je20-4t* FOR SALE-CHEAP TO QUICK BUYEB-T DIRT v.-sgjns. i farm wagon. 2 top wagi ns, 1 double truck, 2 landaus, 1 wagonette, carries U people; 1 3-Mat Mirrey, 2 runabouta, 1 top buggy. Apply 309 6th st n.w. mh23-W0t FOR SALE?VERY COMFORTABLE SURREY, almost new. 1132 l:>th st. n.w. JelU-Tt* LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE SECOND-HAND csrrlagrs and harness; low prices. WILLIAM F. DOWNEY'S STABLE AND REPOSrTORY. 1622 L si. Jel4-tf H. H. nABCOCK * CO., Baltimore, Md. Builders or line carriages of every descrip tion Nothing ..a do not carry in stock. Be tween four and Ave hundred finished vehicles in our repository ready for delivery. Write for catalogue. Get our prices before making a selection. t>. E. SANDS, Mgr., Jet)-301 107-llW-lll W. Fayette St. I WHEN YOUR HORSE-IS OFF~FEElTbR NEEDS 1 ? good tonic ask for the NATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.'S VEGETABLE CONDITION POW DERS. For sale at ell ferd and harness stores at 2% cents s package. my24-th.s&tu-tf BUY AT~COGSWELL'S^ I BUY ALL~NEW~VE hides direct from manufacturers, for spot cash. Therefore I ~so aave you time and money. New runabout, (30; new surreys, (t!B; new harneM. (8; jur daytons, $48. Large assortment used vehicles, (10 up HarneM, $3 50 up. New um brella lop, (6.50. 20W211 11th st. n.w. T?l. M J477. DO NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE OUB LARGE st>>ck of vehicles snd harneu l>efore making your purchase Rubber-tire runabouts from (55 up. Top boggles from (40 up. Canopy-top surreys from .65 up. Good runabout harness, (10 par set. See our line of speed wagons. Sole stents for Watertown carriages. 3 D WATERS A 80N, spl8 90t,10 310 Pa. are. PROBEY'S Spring showing Includes all the new styles in depot wagons surreys, traps, runabouts, pony vehicles, etc. Over 400 styles to select from. (200 speed runs bouts (150 (63 rubber-tire runabouts (30 New umbrella topi (7 PROBEY CARRIAGE CO.. apl8-tf,12 1230 32d St. n.w. GO TO GAXTZ FOR BARGAINS IN FANCY RUN shouts. Isdies' stanhopes and phaetons, family surreys, express and grocery wagons; wholesale dealer In vehicles and harness. 031 &1206 D n.w. nih30-90t* HOESES & VEHICLES FOE HIRE. FOB MERCANTILE SERVICE. HORSES. WAG ons and baggies by day. week or month; $1.50 and $2.00 per daj. Also trappy turnouts tor pleasure. BEASLEY'S LIVERY, IM B at. A W. uiylS-OCt AUTOMOBILES. One rent a word each time for 3 5 words 3 times. FOR SALfc?A VERY FIXE 190H MODEL FOl'R cylinder touring car, in tlrs:-class condition; used only three months; cost (3,000; will Bell for (2,0110 spot cash; will demonstrate same. Ad dress Box 74, Star office. Je23-3t* 1900 TWO-CYLINDER, 14-H.P. POPE~"tOU RING ?ar; A1 condition, with cape top lamps. biTU and all equipments. E. L. WESTON, The High lands. Je23-3t* WANTED?TO RENT FOR JULY AND AUGUST, small auto boat. WEAVER BROS., 1416 F at. Je21 3t TIRES, 40 PER CENT OFF And fair prices for your old tires. Expert vul canizing. Special test for mysterious tulie leaks. Prices reduced snd satisfaction guaranteed. Quick service. JONES AUTO. TIRE WORKS, 602 604 E. 'Phone M. 8056 Je21-10t.eSu SWINKHART CUSHION TIRES WILL END your tire troubles; very resilient; lone service; great money savers. JONES' T1RK WORKS, Agents. 602-604 E. 'Phone M. 3056. Je20-10t,eSu FOB SALE?BEAUTIFUL WAVERLEY ELECTRIC | runabout; good as new; low price, (400; on ac count owner leaving town. Seen at 18th and Ohio aye. Jeltt-Bt CLARENCE S. KESSLER & BRO., 605 AND 608H E St. n.w.. Washington, D. C. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have secured a very large stock of Automobile Clincher Cases. In all sizes; 40 per cent discount from list prices; 50 cents extra for applying. Call and ?ee these goods and also Inspect our repair shop. Je2-tf.? C. 3. KESSLER BBO. FOR SALE?CHEAP?12 H.P. TOURING OAR, tools, lamp, tires. W W. HENDERSON, rest 814 12th n.w. my28 30t*_ AUTOMOBILES FOB HIBE. IF YOU WANT TO HIRE AN AUTOMOBILE CALL US UP-MAIN 371. Fifteen touring cars to supply your wants. Offices, "The New Wlllard." "The Raleigh." AUTO LIVERY CO.. 226 234 14TH ST. Open all night during the summer. Jei8-30? HANDSOME AUTOMOBILES TO HIRE. Those elaborate Jackson touring cars, seating B people, in charge of experienced chauffeurs, may be hired at the CENTRAL GARAGE formerly Halls of Ancients. 1810 New York ave., at (4 per hoar. 'Phone Main 6444. Jel5-90t educational! 4 lines, lt.eoe. St. (1.20. lwk.,(2.52. 1 mo., (t 90. Ill WASHINGTON. I PRIVATE DANCING LESSONS, 75C.; Gl'ABAN teed waltz and two-step In live lessons; coach ing In all English branches, special rates; pluno, 25c., quick, mod. method. Box 88, Star office. Je23-3t? FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. Summer courses, sll grades; easy, quick method to pronounce well, speak, read, understand. Mile. V. PRUD'HOMME. 814 lad. are. n.w. (car line*). Jel0-d.eSu,4 Spanish Language School. A. y Open all the summer. Native teacher*. Trial frM. 1231 N. Y. ave. JeH-tf.4 8EN0R GOMAB, Prln. A LINE FOR SUGGESTION?CONSIDER THE many advantages of a musical education. J ESPUTA DALY, Home Studio. 1)2S F st. n.e. Rudiments, piano snd voice taught. Summer rates. 'Phone E. 623 M. 3c*a-s,tu&th,f8t*5 W. F. DALES. PH.D., 1212 12TH ST. N.W. C aching for college entrance or other examina tions in clauks. mathematics snd English. In dividual Instruction adapted to needs of esch case. oc4-sa,tu,th,4 Special Summer School. Spencerisn Business College, 403 8th st. n.w. Optional departments, studies and courses any hour from 8 a.m. to S p.m. Request free booklets. JeS-eo,S ST. ROSE'8 INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 2023 G at. a.w. Conducted by tbe Sisters nf Charity, j DreMmsalng In Its various branches. While we can promise entire Mtlgfactlon. you will be aiding a ?ood cause in patronising our Institution. Jsai tf ~ Willi. fij&] hours' stody or refund your money. We ' taach an standard systems?also typewriting and Spanish, and Spanish shorthand. 8ta tlooe.7 and text-books :free. Positions procured fo( oar pupils. STENOGRAPHIC AOADKMT, Ml-tif.8 Oolorsdo bnlidlng. Strayer's Business College Oar. 11th and T sts. n.w. Day and Night School aU the year. 'Pboae- Mats 8430 for free catalog?. mylS-tf-8 HALL-NOYES Day and Night PREPARATORY SCHOOL. Both him: all sgM. Open year 'round. Prbnary. Grammar and High School; a'.so Business Brsnches. College Preparation. Catalogues. FRANCES MANN HALLT A. If., Principal, 221 E st. n.w. Telephone Main 88TT-g. JaTT-Pd The Berlitz School 7*3 Mth of Languages, st. n.w. BECK.V1.' AWABDS: ST. LOOM EXPOSITION, 1904. GRAND PRIZE. LIEGE EXPOSITION, 1808, GRAND PBlZE. French, Germau, Spanish. Italian, English, eta. SPBCIAL BATES FOb'thK SCMMEB, Trial Leseon Free. mjg-tf PBOF. A. QONARD, PrlaclpaL DOGS, PETS, ETC. One ceot a ward each rime for 13 words 9 tfanea. UMl'LEZBNT KUMPNEE, THE NEVER FAIL lag ranch feed; am death to water r roaches; 10c. aad 28c. can*. And Just tr11 ? ymoca kWjwU-joa. i?ii LQAH COXFAHIES. LOAF COMPANIES. .umc. i?k..?x.sa. i m.. rrm. | 4naes.?.?*. ?t,ma. i?i..p.!a, 1 mo.. rr? Anniversary I!- Announcement One year ago this company opened for business and we desire to thank our custom= ers for their hearty support and patronage. Our management believed that the public wouSd welcome an institution that would make small loans (on securities not accept-* ed by national banks) at reasonable rates and on easy terms=at rates an honest man can afford to pay and on terms a poor man can meet. The immediate and hearty patronage has justified their opinion. By fair dealing, courteous treatment and liberal terms we have held our customers. This coming year we desire and expect to in= crease our business one hundred per cent. Unsurance Policy Loans. On old-line policies to full value .at low rate. May carry loan indefinitely by paying in terest. Salary Loans. To single persons, employed by private firms, corporations or business houses. Loams on Furniture and Pianos From $25 to $500. SPECIAL OFFER. On all loans to new customers to be re paid in twelve monthly installments we will allow TWO MONTHS before first payment falls due. In other words, you have use of money thirteen months and only pay Enter= est for twelve months. We give you one month's interest. We guarantee that our rates are lower any other company in Washington, to prove it, we will pay off any loan you are now carrying and loan you the same amoynt, with a Sower monthly payment. Second Trust Loans. $50 to $500 on real estate. Cost of loan and 6% interest included in a fixed monthly payment. Indorsed Note Loans. $10 to $50 to department clerks, school teachers and other salaried persons, with one indorser. THE LiBERAL COMPANY. f I CITIZENS LOAN & ! | TRUST CO., 1 I No. 4?9 Commercial Bank Building, | | N.W. Corner Fourteenth and O Sts. ?? Je2S-2t v THE METROPOLITAN LOAN and TRUST CO. Loans money on farzrftnre, pianos, etc., cheaper than jou can borrow on real estate. If yon owe any company we will pay them off and advance you any amount desired. All Private Offices At E St. N. 3el2-tf.2Q Side entrance oa 0th St. Private Offices. Extra Money ?Whenever you have need for a little Alt extra money Just bring a Diamond, a Watch or other Jewelry to Horning as security and you can get any amount without trouble or delay. We also loan money on Household Goods In storuge. Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING, 9th & D, Corner. Je22-lSd 3% For the Next Days WH WEU. LOAN TOC FROM 110 TO WOO On your furniture or piano at a minimum rate of Interest. No charges 4or drawing up paper*. No notary fees. You get the full amount. Business strictly confidential. Reliance Loan & Trust Co., myl5-tf 007 TTH N.W. ?10 to ?300 FURNITURE LOANS Mads within two hours after you l?.-.ve sppl'c tlon. The most private and moat convenlecily 1 ca ted offices In t?? city. No misleading talk. ls? lo fi* No commissions. No notary fees. No advance charges. A square business deal. MADE "red tspe. advance charges. SALARY LOANS MADE TO STEADY EMPLOYES. Potomac Guarantee Loan Co., 928 F St. N.W. Atlsntlc building. Rooms 31. 28 and 24. Second floor. Stairway or elevator. mh27-30rt 913 Q St. N. W. $10 TO <300. Best Rates on Furni ture and Piano Loans. We will serve yon quickly, privately and cour teously. We will pay off any loan yoa now have and advance yon all the mooey yoa need. Mutual Loan & Trust Co., 953 Q St. N.W. mh?T-Md BANK FLOOR. Do Not Borrow Money From your friends. It causes embsrrasment. Yoa ran get a loan of )10.00 to $300.00 from us on your furniture, piano, boraes and wagons or on your salary at the loweat rate of Interest charged by any company In the city. Our bw rebate system will save yoa from $3.00 to $10.00 by transferring your account from otbw companies to us. TRY IT. SURETY LOAN CO., Room No. 1, Warder Bldg. ?H one Mais M0?. Je2tf20 Loans-on Furniture MA I BE OBTAINED I-'ROM THE Columbia Guarantee Co. 613 V ST. N.W., Js5-tf.l6 ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT DELAY OR PUBLICITY Money Loaned Salaried People And others without security; easy payments. Largest business In 62 principal cities Room 506. 633 15th St. n.w. OLMAN, oc?-tf,5 WHEN IN NEED OF HONEY THE CAPITAL LOAN CO. OAN AND WILL HELP YOU. We loan money on Furniture and Pianos at a minimum rate of Interest. Loans with other companies paid off and r. larger sum advanced nt a lower rato than you are now paying. apT tf 602 F STREET N.W. 3%? Cor. 9th and F its. B.W. WHY PAY 10 PER CENT WHIN YOU CAN OUT MONEY AT 3 PER CENT ON YOUR FCBNITCBE OB FLANO? No charge for drawing up papers. Nothing re corded or published Absolutely no publicity. Mo delays. Wo never loce a customer, because th?y are all satisfied to deal when they cut last the lowest sate* aod moot liberal terms. Remember, this Is the rate allowed pawnbrokers by law. The pawnbroker toMs the security. Wo do not disturb ft, but allow yoa. to keep it la your uosaeasleo. tern have both mooey aod ssearicr. fiTist bo fooled by the coaxing ads. of oOsr ooasj?aiea. They claim lowest rates, but wo can offer von rata* and terms that wlB who* yoa bow exerMteat their MX ft IHV, CO., nth a a,$rjjzi ? < k. ? ? - ? ? Why Pay When you can get it here for Money loaned on Wetchea, Diamonds, Jewelry, &?. Established 1870. H. K. Fulton's Loan Office, 814 NINTH STREET N. W. se?-t? 14 C 1 1 . .' - " ^3 MEDICAL. 4 lines. It. 90c. at. $1.80. lwk .ga.52. 1 mo., $7.20. DR. SHADE. "1 treat moo." 80 years' practice. Consulta tion free. 727 18th St. a.w. JeMOft DR. FISK ELGIN, Expert la treatment of private diseases, chronic and acuta. Both sexes. All consultations con* Jen tla 1. Medicine furnished. Prices moderate. Hours, 9 to I, 8 to 6^T to 8. 1281 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone M. 181$. Dr. Leatherman, Expert Specialist on all and delicate diseases of furnished. Advice free. mh31-tf-d contagious blood, men and women. #12 10th st. n-w. skin W. T. BALDUS. M:D., PH.D., GRBUAM ?PE cisllst oa Diseases of the Brain, Nervous System Heart Kldaeya. Stomach and other Diseases! Doctor's service and medicine, $X TeL M. Ibis. BmkkM te 1. ? to #. S.K. esc. dth and F a.w. Dr. Reed, Specialist, 509 12tfa Street 35 YEARS' SSgSSTk pIlMISTRy" 4???>. it.woe. ?t.r ?0 iwn .taaa ign.irn AJ.VRItlCTA Washington'* favorite palmist tnellaa or meta physician. ban ??turn??1 to 1>lo New Tort in. n.w. Bei-eit? ladle* only. JefeMIt* mat, hit a. the yom.nn uru.'mt ?AfSi: tot and a?tfolo?eT. now boldlng rarepttun* at TO wth it *.w. H*e. Me. ant Me. JelP 14t* LAWYEES. AU,CASKS AID I> BC8INRM ANl> I'RIt*ATE dtOcultlM Collwtloo* >nd litigation everywhere by *>P*rt bonded attortwT>; ojndarata rhtrnt; <-oofldeo-'?l FEED a OCIQE*. SO# Band Mdf. ?yXT-KH PROFESSIONAL CARDS 4 Hem, It. ?Qp. 8t.ri2n lwk. RSI 1 ma., |7.t0. -jl Clavier Piano School, II* C ?t. Q *. Tboe? Ka?t 43# W. NOETHWKST STL'DIO. 1S2? V M. Miss Georgia E. Miller, Director. (GertMcate pupil A. K. VlreU of N T.I i and ortiate mum. Pbyaleal (altote. Circular. laSo-aa/mu till jyl-14 WALL PAPER. UIIEAT RBOIrCTIOX IN WAIX PAPER 1*7. To l&c. grails fc?r 3c. to 5c. I**r 2fw. to !W>c. gratis fr>r 10c to llVc. per ;>lcc*?; papered. $2 ai*l upward. F ti. NOL'PR, 9^1 11th n.w. jV28-?0t.4 SEASON HAS BEGUN EUROPEAN RESORTS WILL SOON BE IN FULL BLAST. Health-Giving and Picturesque Cities and Towns of Germany Attracting Sojourners in Italy. Though winter lingered In the lap of May In Europe a* *ell a* In the United State*. It* stay was. nevertheless, not prolonged, and the season at the numerous resorts of Europe?at the many health resorts of Ger many, Bohemia and Austria-Hungary; at the picturesque places among the Alps and along the shores of the matchless Alpine lakes?is already fairly begun and soon In deed will be at Its height. Long since those enviable mortals whom the rest of the world knows as tourists, those fortunate be ing" whose privilege It Is to flit from place to place, sipping the sunshine, so to speak. In earth's most favored spots, lingering to their heart's content In the places of iheir choice, changing their twnporary abodes as their fancy dictate*?already these have left thobe charming resorts In the Riviera?Nice, Mentone, Monte Carlo San Remo, Genoa and other abodes of fashion and pleasure along the Mediterranean?and have gone toward the German or Bohemian Bails, to Kreuznach. Kisslngen, Nauhelm, Ems, Homburg, to Wiesbadm or to Baden-Baden In ermany; to rarlsbad or Marlenbad or Franzensbad In Bohemia, or perchance to some one of the less famous resorts which are to be found scattered all through the German and Austrian empires. Broadly speaking, the season at most of these localities lasts from April to October. W lat the European hotel proprietor knows as the "high season" begins some time in June and ends about the tlrst of September. The European hotel proprietors therefore, are more fortunate than their contemporar ies In the United States, for at the summer retorts here the "high season'' is a matter of only six or eight weeks at the most. Would not the keeper of a hotel at Atlantic City or Asbury Park, or In the Cntaktlls, or the White mountains, rejoice if he could open his doors in April only to close them in October? In these days of easy, comfortable and extensive traveling, the hotels of the Eu ropean cities and health resorts are more flourishing than ever. It goes without say ing that the resorts of Germany, Austria Hungary and Switzerland have for many years, and in some Instances for many cen turies, been the rendezvous of European pleasure seekers of all nationalities. It Is, perhaps, not yet fully understood to how great an extent the people of the United States and Canada go abroad In search of health and recreation. The forethought and Inventive genius *>f man have made the journey not only easy and comfortable, but altogether delightful. The American or Canadian going abroad can sail from any one of many ports. Let us suppose that he prefers to sail from New York, the great shipping center of the western hemisphere, and the flnest har bor of the world. He can go at>oard a ves sel which In elegance, in cuisine and In the perfection of Its service is the equal of a fashionable hotel in New York. I?ndon or Paris. He can step ashore at some port In En gland. France, Germany. Italy, Belgium or Holland. If he goes to Italy, he can. If his fancy pleases, visit Rome. Florence and Naples, and tfcen journey northward by means of the. picturesque St. Gotfliard rail way through the famous St. Gotthard tun nel, or else by the new Sirnplon tunnel, longer by several miles than the St. Gott hard, and thence through narrow Alplno passes or along the shores of the t>eautlful Alpine lakes northward Into Germany or eastward Into Austria. Or he can land at Plymouth, Dover. Southampton or Liver pool, and In a few hours rea"h London by rail. After a brief stay in London and an other In Parts, he can go on to the health resort region of Germany, traveling either by way of the historic city of Metz or the more famous city of Strassburg to the western or southwestern section of the German empire. Or, as many prefer to do, he can travel from New York by steamer, to either of those great shipping centers on the North sea, Hamburg or Bremen, and go thence southward by rail to the resort region of Germany, or If Carlsbad or Marlenbad or Fransensbad be his desti nation. he will find It both easy and agree able to visit the splendid city of Berlin and those smaller, but not less attractive, cities of Dresden and I-elp?ic on the way. Frankfort-on-the-Main. If the traveler is to remain In Germany, he will no doubt sooner or later And him self In the beautiful and historic city of Frankfort-on-the-Maln. the birthplace of Goethe, and an Important financial and In dustrial center. Frankfort "njoys the dis tinction of being the geographical center of middle Europe. From It the resorts of western and southwestern Germany are easily accessible. From Frankfort, also, the leading European capitals may bo more quickly reached than from any other one city of considerable size. About eight hours' rido to the southward from Berlin and Ave hours, more or lem. from Dresden lies Carlsbad, Bohemia, famed the world over as a health resort. Within easy reach of Carlsbad, and at a considerably higher altitude, Is Marlenbad, which, though less than a century old. has become an important rival of Carls bad. Marlenbad Is a favorite resort of Americans. The beauty of Its location, the health-giving properties of Its climate and its waters and the excellence of Its hotels would naturally draw them to this favored spot. Hearty Reception. The most conspicuous of the*e Is the Hotel Kllnger, which is very prettily sit uated opposite the promenade, where the thousands of guests and tourists who visit Marlenbad each year take their dally strolls. Under the proprietorship of Mr. J. A. Rubrlttus, the Hotel Kllnger each season is the temporary abode of many hundreds of happy guests. Americans who cross the ocean In search of health or pleasure may be certain of a reception not less cordial than that which would be accorded them in their own country. They will find travellns easy and comfortable, both on the sea and lar.d, and they will find In the principal hotels of Europe a well-trained army of attend ants ready to minister to their slightest wish. Tire Department Repair Shop. Because Congress failed to make an ap propriation for the construction of a new repair shop for the tire department. Chief Belt, with the approval of the Commission ers. has ordered that a temporary repair ?hop annex be built adjoining the quarters of No. 8 engine company, at 0th ?tr<R and North Carolina avenue southeast. The rn nex will be of a sise sufficient to accommo date as many as six pieces of the ore de partment's apparatus to one time, and the cost of the building will toe charged against the pproprlatlon (or repairs and Improve ments to engine ho usee aal grounds. 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