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FOR SALE. FOR. SALE?A BEAUTIFUL HOMK AT BKthesda. Md.. on electric r.r.; fl-nwm house with tj acre land: outbuildings; fruit of all kinds in full bearing; horse and i-arrtage; garden all planted. Tbia home is completely furnt?lu-d throughout from kitchen to garret. All will ho sold for $3,000; $1,000 rash. bal. 3 years. 5' r. Possession given at once. Address t'YRt'S KEISER. Bethosda. Md Jy4-?f KENSINGTON. MD.. HOME: DWELLING 8 rooms, bath: excellent oondition; water, sewer, gaa. furnace: corner lot. 110x150; fine location. Apply premises or J. M. PROCTOR, District Arty a cflh-e. Jy2-3t* 7-ROOM HOUSE AND 1 ACRE OF GROUND wi Park St.. Vienna. Va.; good water, fruit, . shade, garden; 5 min. walk fnim steam ata.. 2 from electric. Price, $2.2,*i??. Good terms to the right party. Address J. F. OERTEL, Vienna, Va. Jy2-3t* BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ESTATE. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE. 1 Magnificent estate of 400 acres on Wash- \ Ington and Baltimore boulevard. Proper! v rich In historical Interest. Palatial home 1 surrounded by stately trees. Running water In abundance. 200 acres In ' fine timber, for which an offer has been made , of *11.000 ' Every condition surrounding this place is ' ideal for home life. The location between Washington and Balti- 1 more Insures Its enhancement lu value. ! Itwelllng Is splendidly built. hardwood finish. , broad hall, largo verandas, lighted by gas; water throughout the house; every possible ] c. nvenienre. For particulars see ' J. X. P. BEALL. 1 With * THOMA8 J. FISHER & GO. line >. 4 iv2-3t 738 15th ?t. n.w. J " "and 5 ACRES: HIGH GROFND; BEAI T1 , ill view. near steam and electric. at Hyarta- i ville; price now $3tW> to $50t> per acre, easy \ terms, adjoining land twice this price. t KARRICK A METCALF. 1320 X. Y. are. , jy2-3t t f?>R SALE?CHEVY CHASE. 3C TO 5C A FOOT I TL-ono ft $1,800 75*140 $450 1 100x250 $f?oo 50x135 $400 t ash or monthly payments agreeable to purchaser. H. M. MARTIN. jy2-3t 1404 H St. n.w. FOR SALE ? HOFSE ON EASY TERMS. AT W.odmont. Md.; one fare out of city; 7 rooms snd bath; large porches; plenty shade; fine v aser. C. H. YIETT. Owner and Builder. Koekville. Md. Jy2-3t? ' I <>R SALE-NICE 7-ROOM HOFSE AND ONE a re of ground; 1 block from cars; garden all : anted and plenty of fruit: commutation fare. > -. This is a decided bargain at $1,800. $l.h00 . nsh. C A RHODES. 1321 G st. n.w. Jy2-3t ><K RENT OR FOR SALE- NEAR HYATTSv I lie Prince George county. Md.; electric and ffeain cars; good automobile roads; 37 minutes from Treasury Dept.; 40 acres of land In good >;aie of cultivation: vegetables of all kinds growing; 13-room residence; hot and cold water: steam heat; 1?'-rnom tenant house; ? r.-.rage and stable; henneries and other conven- , . ienj outbuildings: will rent finely furnished or I ' unfurnished. Will sell for $28.?*?; good terms. J S U'Ant ofTer. TYLER & RFTHERFOKD. Inc., J J 73?\ J3th st. n.w. Jy2.3t.eSu*12 J UNJ8 POFLTP.T OR FRUIT PLACE OF \ OF an acre and 5-room bungalow; well located In s the District, and 5c car fare, for only $2.20(>. e . Tars Is on high ground and commands a fine r , view of the city and river. Terms If desired, i |c2-3t C- A. RHODES. 1321 G st. n.w. F*i; SALE-BARGALV. CHEVY CHASE; LARGE _ cieht roora frame: attic, cellar: large veranda: r in?8lern improvements; good repair, thirty thou- ^ sand feet of ground; fruit trees. Address Box 157. Star offlre. Jy2-3t* FOR SALS?CALDWELL HOMES AT WOO'S 'side. Md., on Forest Glen electric R.R.; only one left; 8 rooms, modern conveniences; 114 acres; near schools and churches; $5 500; easy t terms. Lots for sale. Apply owner. Dr. 2 ? ATX)WELL, lat are.. Woodslae. myl8-tf h d "RADNOR HEIGHTS." ONE OF THE HIGHEST POINTS IN g AlJUa.MJtUA UW.MI, VA. ? Adjoining Fort Myer. the Goverument'a " Model Military Reservation. 10 minutes" walk from Aqnedwt bridge. Two ^ > electric lines to the heart of the city. ? Good also lota. Price. $225 each. ? TERMS VERT LIBERAL. b r. W. GRAHAM A CO.. p 617 14th at. n.w.. Washington, D. C. f< jeWVSflt.U it It FOR THE HOMESEEKER 11 AND INVESTOR. ? If yon want a real, clean, clear-cut *' bargain, take a look at p "HILLBROOK"" LOTS. ?I T Right on car line for *4 mile. 5c J car fare. 6 tlcketa for 25c. 100-ft. streets, sidewalks, shade trees, alleys. Take H street car to Minnesota ave. n e. Agents on grounds dally, 8 a.m. to 8 p no. LOTS. $250 UP. TERMS. $5 DOWN, $5 MONTH. .] NO INTEREST. NO TAXES. It's Well Worth Investigating. O. B. ZANTZINGER. 908 G st. n.w. r je22-81t o ARE TOU GOING TO STAT IN THE CITT ALL t SUMMER \ and soffer from beat and crowded quarters, be- y al'les makina your landlord richer? ; We can offer you plenty of room, fresh, cool , air. and In the end yon will be the owner ' of a pretty and convenient home, at no more , expense to yon tnan paying rent. *' Oome on to GROVES PARK and see what * we can offer. Lota and bungalow sites for ' sale. f Office 617 13th st. n.w. t at>l"-#dt.l4 I p MT. IDA la acknowledged by all to be the moat beautl- " fnl place for a suburban home around Washington. We hare granolithic walks, sewers. " running water, electric lights beiag installed, J high elevation, low prices, easy terms: only ?' 16 minutes from 12th and Pennsylvania avenue; c frequent cars. P Call at gene.al office. 617 13tb St.. get plat. A booklet and tlcketa to go oat. p MOUNT IDA REALTY COMPANY. w apl 4-901.14 t a A 20TH CENTURY SUBURB FOR-30TB CES- ? TURY PEOPLE. SO MODERN. LP TO DATE. SANITARY. HIGH. HEALTHY AND COMMANDING A MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF WASHINGTON. ? LB URBAN HOMES WITH ALL CITY CONVENIENCES. THE BEST BUILT HOUSES IN OR'NEAR TH? DISTRICT. ARTISTIC IN DESIGN. I SANITARY PLUMBING. 1 L*RGE LOTS. <. AT ROSEMONT. VIRGINIA. (18 minutes from P. O. corner.) r FACTS. NOT PROMISES. " Water. gaa. electricity, a complete -sewer sye- tear. granolithic sidewalks, Improved streets, a ' (3.000 electric railway station. Bell telephone ? service. mail deliveries and collections, police and " fire protection; household supplies delivered dally; I convenient to schools and churches. For the In- * pection of this property car tickets wlthoat I charge can N- secured at the office of the RQ1RMOVT DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. Inc.. 313 <1 ltsaca bide.. Washington. D. C. myl9-90t.28 li A RARE OPPORTUNITY; ATTRACTIVE h house and furniture, with 19.000 sq. ft. of s around, all modern improvements, surrounded w by privet hedge. with handsome shade trees r and shrubbery, furnished completely. In Chevy 11 Chase section, on Conn. ave. car line, for 1! (5.800. on easy terms. If you want a sub- C urban home see this. R. E. L. YELLOTT, c 1410 H. Chevy Chase telephone Cleve. 390. je?-tf FOR SALE- FINEST LOTS IN TAKOMA PARK; near electric and steam car lines; water, sewer and gaa: cheap and on easy terms. J. P. EARNEST. Trustee. 323 4* at. n.w. * anl-tf for sale: or rent. ATTRACTIVE COI/iVIAL HOME IN N W. SUB*urhs. I-arge double house: in splendid i-ondl- tlon; 12 room*. baths; cltv Improvements and t conveniences: churches, schools, stores, etc.; large porches; extensive grounds: beautiful trees; 2 < ar lines. 15 minutes to city, one fare. Rent (45 mo Price (9.750. Easv terms. J V. X. A T. B. HUYCK. 15UG Pa. ave. n.w. jy2tf for sale or exchange. SUBURBAN HOMES BUILT FOR COMFORT at four own terma. or will exchange. Apply to EUGENE BUSH. 2913 14th at. n.w. leA-aot for rent. 1 ,? 1 1 BEAl'TIFt'L COJ.ON1AI. RESIDENCE; FIR- 1 nished: grand |>i a no: in groso overlooking city; I AM T>or?'?i!f<n i*rs; one fare; arliiltH pre- J ferred; *." <> per month. Call after Miss St HI IT. Cherrydaie. \'a. jj4-3t* IS CHEVY CHASE SECTION. FROM JCI.T 13 ! TO SEPT 13. ubnrhtn home, completely fur- t nlshed; lO room* an>l hath; beautiful "larvns c and garden: evenr convenience. THE K H. SMITH COMPANY. Jv3-3t HOR New York ate. 3 Rf?OMS. RATH. HAM.; COMMODIOI'S porch, cool: 2d floor; kitchen: all furnished; almost a.m.I.: *13 month. 2434 Franklin st. n.e Take City and Suburban to Mills are., Langdon. D. C. jv.3-3t? FOR RENT-TfODERN HOUSE. STABI.E. CARden and ground*: thirty minute* on steam or trolley; fruit, shade i-onvenience*; thirty dollars a month Bog 163. Star otBce. Jy3-2t* FOR RENT?rCRNISHF.D: FOR THE SUMMER months, a large house In Chevy Chase, Md.: containing 13 rooms; two acres of shaded lawn: garage and garden: fresh cow, If desired. For particulars apply to WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F at. n.w. Jelgtf IN CHEVY CHASE FOR THE SUMMER. From tho 15tb of June to the 15th of October, furnished. *83 00 per month. From the 20th of June to the 20tb of September, fnrnlsbe.1. *500.00. From the 13th of June to NoTember or December, furnished, per month. *100 Oo. From the 1st of July to the 13th of September. furnished. *73 oo per month. From the 13th of June to the 15th of September, furnished. *60"O per month. R. E. L. YEI.LOTT. 141o H at. n.w., Chery Chase phone, Cleveland 390 Jel3 -t ' FOR RENT?NEW; 3822 CHESAPEAKE ST. gw.; 6 rooms and bath; largo lot; *27.50 per month. HEfSKF.LL * M-LERAN. 1403 H at. n.w. Phone Man 60S. * mj2Stf _ AUCTION SALES. FUTXJRB DAYS. Trustees' Sale of Valuable Business Property Improved by Store and Dwelling, known as No. 802 K Street Northwest. I'nder and hv rlrtue of two deeds of trust recorded, respect ITcl.r, In Liber No. 3130. folio 204 et seq., and Liber No. 3148, folio 3 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the treasurer of the Oriental Building Association No. tj, the party secured. the undersigned trustees will offer for sale at public auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY OF M'LY. A.D. lblii. AT FOLK O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises situate In the cltv of Washington. District of Columbia, and known ami distinguished as the west one-half of lot lettered "C" In John C. Darkness and others' siilwll vision In square nunilierol four hundred and three (403l, as per plat recoraea in Hook k, page H'.l. in I no rurreyor's office for said District. beginning for the nm? on the south line of K street at a point llstant twenty-three t23> feet west from* the lortheast corner of said square and running thence west on said street twenty-three tilt 'eet, thence south one hundred llOOi feet, thence *ast twenty-three (23i feet and thence north >ne hundred llOO> feet to the place of heginting. Improved by a store and dwelling, known is Xo. *02 K street northwest. Terms of sale: One-third cash and the balance n one and two years from the day of sale, ivlfh interest at the rate of six per centum per tnnnm. payable semi annually, secured by first leed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, if the option of the purchaser or purchasers. A leposit of $.~>00 will tie required of the purchaser >r purchasers at the time of sale. All conveyincing. examination of title, recording and noary fees at the cost of thp purchaser or pur hasers. Terms of sale to tie compiled with vitliln fifteen days front the day of sale, othervise the trustees reserve the right to resell the troperty. at the risk and cost of the defaulting Mtrchaser or purchasers, after a! least five lays' advertisement of such ressle In some tewspaper published In the city of Wahington, district of Columbia. CHAPIN BROWN, Trustee. .123 John Marshall pi. n.w. HENRY H. BERGMANN. Trustee, fill 7th st. n.w. APAM A. WESCHLER, Auctioneer, jyl-d&ds THOS. J. OWEN ft SOX. AUCTIONEERS. ' a rwo Very Desirable Tvvo-Storv. Bay-Window. Six Rooms, Cellar and Bath Press Brick Dwellings. Xos. 613 and 615 14th St. N.E., At Auctaomi. Ry virtue of authority vrsted in us we will *11 at public auction in front of the premises >N THURSDAY JULY SEVENTH. 1810. AT TVE O'CLOCK P.M.. lots 37 and 3S. In square 051. with the Improvements, as above. These louses are in good condition and rented to good enants. Rare opportunity for a home or inestments. Terms: Very easy and stated at tim? of ale. A deposit of $100 will lie required on ach house at time of sale. Conveyancing and ecordlng at purchaser's cost. Sale to be closed n 15 davs or deposit forfeited. THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers. Jv2-d&ds.rtt I. G. SLOAN & CO. (INC.), AUCTS. 1407 O ST. RUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. BEING NOS. 253 ANP 255 THIRP STREET S.W.. 217 SIXTH STREET S.E. AND 138 EAST CAPITOL STREET. By virtue of a decree of the Supremo Court of he District of Columbia In equity cause No. >5879. we will offer for sale at public auction. 1 front of the respective premises, the following escribed real estate: On THCRSDAY. THE SEVENTH DAT OF T'LY. 1910. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. sublets 0 and 61. square 534, improved by the threetory brick dwellings Nos. 253 and 255 Third treet s.w. On the SAME DAY. AT HALF-PAST FIVE 'CLOCK P.M., the south 26.23 feet front, more r less, on Sixth street s.e. by the depth thereof f lot 13. square 843. improved by two-story rick dwelling No. 217 Sixth street s.e. On the SAME DAY. AT SIX O'CLOCK P.M.. art of original lot 4. square 728. fronting 15 pet and 11 inches, more or less, on East Cap;ol street, improved by three-story brick dwell>g No. 136 East Capitol street, with brick stable 1 rear. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In qua! installments at one and two years, with iterest at 6 per centum per annum, payabel *mi-annually. from day of sale, secured by deed f trust on the property sold, or all cash, at urchaser's option. A deposit of $100 required n each lot sold at the time of sale. All coneyancing and recording at purchaser's cost, erms of sale to be complied with within ten ays. or right reserved to resell at risk and cost f the defaulting purchaser. JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. Trustee. 410 5th St. n.w. JOHN QUINN, Trustee. jo24-12t.oSu 704 13th st. n.w. THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS Rl'STEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. BEING THE TWO STORY AND CELLAR BRICK DWELLING NO. 550 COLUMBIA ROAD N.W.; SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH, HOT WATER HEAT. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly ecorded in Liber No. 2853. folio 161 et seq., < the land records of the District of Columbia, ,nd at the request of the party secured thereby, he undersigned trustees will sell at public aucion. in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE 1IGHTH DAY OF JULY. A.D. 1910, AT HALF'AST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the followingescribed land and premises, situate >n the ounty of Washington. District of Columbia, and esignated as and being lot 18 In block one ot Idward J. Stellwagen and Simon Wolf trustees', ubdivlfdon of part of "Pleasant Plains." as per ilat recorded in County Book 8, page !?3, of he reqords of the office of the surveyor of the >istrlct of Columbia, together with the lmrovements. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase aonev to be paid in ca?h. balance In two equal nstallments. payable In one and two yeirs, rlth interest at 6 per centum per annum, payble semi-annually from day of sale, secured y deed of trust upon the proi>erty sold, or all asn. at tnc option or me pure Baser. \ aeosit of $100 will bo required at time of sale, ill conveyancing. recording, etc.. at cost of urchascr. Terms of sale to be complied with rifhin 15 days from day of sale, otherwise the rustees reserre the right to resell the property t the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser fter Ave days' advertisement of such resale in ome newspaper published In Washington. D. C. ROBT. E. BRADLEY. GEORGE M. MYERS. je.1<>-d4ds.eSu Trustees. ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Dwelling Known as No. 644 G Street southeast. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated une 25. 1904. and recorded among the lanarecrds of the District of Columbia, in Liber No. 784. at folio 441 et seq.. and at the request of he holder of the note sdrured thereby, we will Her at public sale on MONDAY, THE ILEYENTH DAY OF JULY, 1910. AT HALF'AST POUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de. crlhed real estate in the city of Washington, Mstrlet of Columbia: The cast 28 feet front on G street by the full epth of the lot of original lot 2. In square 877, mproved hv building numier 844 G street s.e. Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100.00 will required at time of sale. Sale to he closed rlthin fifteen daya from date of sale, otherrise the trustees may resell the property at the lsk and cost of the defaulting purchaser after ve days' advertisement In some newspaper pubIshed in the city of Washington. District of Columbia. Conveyancing and recording at the ost of the purchaser. M. D. ROSENBERG. Trustee. 1e28-d4ds.eSn ALEXANDER WOLF. Trustee. FARMSv OR SALE FIRST-CLASS LOUDOUN COUNTY farm: 420 acres; close to I/eesburg: large dwelling, tenant houses, large barns; 50 acres In wood. bal. in crops; Southern R. It. through farm; no Incumbrance; must sell. Price. $2Q.0IW). Address Bog 160. Star office. Jy2-3t* I EST AND CHEAPEST MARYLAND FARMS and country places close to Washington. D. C.; expenses paid it yon buv. Investigate now with C. J. HALVEUSON. Laurel. Md. Je30-7t* EDUCATIONAL. IN WASHINGTON. Y. M. C. A. INSTITUTE. SI MMER SESSION. PUBLIC SPEAKING AND READING. Special summer course under Prof. E. N. Kir by, B. A. (Harvard". Voice building, ex>cession and art of public address. Special advantages for law students, salesmen and organization men who need skill in speech arts. Session opens Friday. July 1. -% ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE. Special summer oourj-e under John T. Kennedy. ..L.B. Text, with actual practice In debllte' ind argumentation, based on years of experience in college and public debate. Or ens Thurss lav. June 30. Interviews at Y. M. C. A. jyl-tf HALL=NOYES SUMMER Suslneas Night Class, alsa Private Instruction n Grammar. High and College Preparatory (Cork, day and nubt; 8th regular year opena Dot. 1. with boarding department. Frances Mann Hall, A. M., Prin., )ol5-tf. 10 221 K ST. N'.W. OPT OF WASmitOTOlf. Charlotte Hail School, Tiarlotte HaU. St. Mary "a Co., Md. Ample hulldnga aud extensive grounds. Healthful location at he hlatorle "Cool Springs." Thorough Instruction ri Mathematical. Bualneaa. Sclent ilk- A Classical ourses. Military dlactpline. Board A tuition. StSo >er scholastic year. G. M. THOMAS. A.M.. Prin Jyt 30t.vSu.8 MAPLEWOOD, tor college or business. Summer home and camp jeglna June A. $110. Special care to little boyA J. SHORTL1DOK. A. M , Yale. Prlb.. Box 26. Coneordvllle. Del. Co.. Pa fel-d.eSn.gm WINDOW SHADES. THK OLD KK1.I ABl.K; WINDOW SHADES made to order; will call with samc'mates; wall papering. Write r SPKIJtHOL'SE.1016 Ttb Jrt-Mt _ SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITT. If. J. HOTEL DROQUQUS, SOUTH CAROLINA AVE. AND BEACH. Capacity. 400: one of the Moat modern and npto-ri.ite hotel*; 100 front, ocean-aide rooms; private hatlis; elevator; music; white service; elegant table. Special rate, $12 up weekly, $2.50 and tip daily. Booklet. F. SHAW. Jy4-20t.W IE WBRADY WISE Arkansas ave., near Beach. Cloae to Reading dejavt and Million-dollar pier. Central. Noted for superior table. Bathing from hotel. *1.50 to $2.50 dail.t. S|teclal wecklv. Booklet. jy4-101.S Mrs. COLVIN A BU?The Wiltshire, Heach. Ocean view. I Greatly Improved and refurnished; cap.. 350; private hatha; hot and cold watef in rooms; elevator. porches, etc. Music. Special, $12.50 up weekly, $2.50 up daily. Booklet. Samuel E. Ellis. jv3-30t.B Best located moderate price family hotel. The Netherland, ^ Beaeh. Overlooking lawn and Ocean. Center of attractions, t'apaclty. 400. Elevator. Private Uitha. Bathing privilege from house. Special July rates. *.H.OO. $1?.0U, IIO.OO. $12.50. $15.00 weekly; $2.oii up daily. SEND for mv booklet of POINTS of INTEREST of ATLANTIC CITY and PHILADELPHIA. AUGUST RUHWADEL, Prop. my28-75t. 10 Hotel! Rio Oramide, Nand\tea<hTO' Fireproof; running wafer In rooms; elevator, liooms. with meals, weekly. $0 and $10; ocean view. $11 and $12.50; corner oriels. $12.50 and $14: with private bath, $14 and $10; Sat. till Monday, $3.50. Turkish sea water, electric, etc.. bath annex; swimming pool. Book of photos free. JTS-.Wl.J* HOTEL DENNDS. Situated directly on the ocean front, surrounded by its own spacious lawn, which Joins the beach anrf Boardwalk. Most liberally appointed and liberally conducted hotel on the New Jersey Coast. lyl-f.m.w.Tt.H WALTER J. BUZBY. MtorouQb-fSlenbefon ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Joaltih White A Sons Coonpaay. Jyi-3it.5 BEACH ENTRANCE. HOT SEA WATER BATHS. HOT AND COLA) RUNNING WATER IN LOO ROOMS. IE MM TO! Pacific and Arkansas arcs., near beach. Most complete moderate-priced resort hotel. Only moderate-rate bouse having direct entrance from 'beach. Bathing from house. Fresh and sea water baths, public and private. Special rates, $1..'iO to $3.30 daily. to $17.SO weekly, including choice table supplied from own farms. White service. Music, lllust booklet free. PAUL C. ROSECRANS. Jyl-.TOt.lfl Hotel Boscobel Baths, elevator, fine table. Write for special rates, booklet, menu and souvenir pencil. 22d season. Capacity. 350. A. E. MARION. Je3Q-30t.5 POPULAR AND ATTRACTIVE HOTEL FOR Washington visitors: HOTEL BORTON. Ocean end Tenn.av..homeltkeAattraetlve surroundings: mod.rates. Write for booklet. E.B.VOORHE&s. Je30-30t-4 Hotel Keraderton, J^u.e'^m Beach and pier; family hotel; airy rooms; private baths: ocean view; elevator; fine porches; open surroundings; home cooking; up weekly; Sat. to Mon., $3. J. G. MITCHELL. joao-TQt.r. Tenn. are. First hotel from IT reOU>ttkH<a, Boardwalk. Capacity, 230. Everv home comfort. Special early season rates. Unexcelled table. Booklet. G. W. CARMANY. Je29 TQt.4 . Seaside House, DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT. Sea water baths. Open all the year. Je2P-:#n.6 F. P. COOK'S SONS. hotel storck. ft*;?, laud ave. Central to everything. Capacity. 300. Private baths; large rooms; elevator; table a feature. Special. $10 up weeklv, $2.30 up dally. Booklet. WM. J. STORCK. Je2K-14t.? IP rcum ft Am 211 r Kentucky ave.. 100 yards IT irLPirull.Cffll?a.C, f,om Beach.-As good as I the best. Cap.. 250; new. homelike; elevator, baths, phones, excellent table, white service; ocean-view rooms; metal beds; wide, cool porches. Special rates. $8 tip weekly, $1.50 up daily. Sat. to Mondav, $3. Booklet. W. F. WATTS. Je2S-30t.7 ATLANTIC CITY ? PLEASANT ROOMS AND first-class table; near beach; bathing can be direct from house: terms reasonable. Mrs. FLORENCE WILSON. 151 South Carolina ave. je28-"t* Hotel Shoreham,?,;?.11 Elevator. Airy rooms. Private baths. Open surroundings. $2 up dally, $10 up weekly. Booklet upon application. W. B. GOTTEN. Je28-30t.5 Hotel ST1CKNEY, from Beach; fireproof; private baths; elevator; $2 up dally, $10 to $15 weekly. Je27-20t.5 L. V. STICK>EY. Prop. sulversioe, ;r?r?r s?tcs: service unsurpassed. Screened throughout. Between piers. Verv reasonable. Booklet. A. H. HURFF. Je25-75t,4 The Clifton, perior aceotn.; $7 to $10 weekly: excellent home cooking; desirable for families; trolleys direct to all R. R. stations and beach. C. A. SHAW. le20-6Qt Rlsley's ( European!) Hotel 1515 Boardwalk. Rooms, use of bath. $1 day up. Rooms, private hatha, $3 day up. Fireproof. Je23-30t.5 HORACE RISLEY. hotel sothern, Virginia ave. and Beach. Fifth season under same liberal management. G. L. CAKE. Je21 30t.4 ft w^a a a n * iua Fontaine, center of all attractions. Lance, airy rooms. Special rates. $8 to *12.60 wkly. Bklt. Superior table. 8. J. Kelley. Je21-3Qt,4 _ WinHermere a- Car- and Boardwalk: vv inaermere>trtlirIlUhed; ?ievator; bathing from house; open all year: moderate rates; booklet. E. A. BENDER, Owner. jei-flOt.4 Hotel'Mount Vernon, Pacific and Ohio ares., same block MarlboroBlenheim; near Beach and Ynung'a Milliondollar Pier. Improved, refurnished. New management. Capacity. 200. Elevator. Electric lights, gas. Frivate baths. White service. All outside rtems. Porches. Music. Oolslne famed for excellence. Rates, *2 per day up, *12 weekly up. Special rates. H. L. SMITH. Jel7-tf *1.30 TO *2.50 DAILY. $8 UP WEEKLY. CASTRO u Bathing from hotel. And Annex SEE' TriS?* Je3-30t.0 CHESTER INN, New York ave. near Beach. Elevator; large, cool rooms; moderate rates. Mrs. D. KNAUBR. jel3-30t.4 Hotel Majestic, Beach, close to I steel pier: center of attractions; ocean view; capacity. 300; elevator, private baths, white service, etc.; superior table. Special. *10 up weekly, *2 up dally. Booklet. M. A. SMITH. Ie3-30t.fi THELORAINE, between the two piers. Fresh and sea water hatha, private and public; running water, elevator, otc. Special rates CI!AS. E. WAGNER. je7 30t.? _____ HSLESWORTH ON THE BEACH. VIRGINIA AVE. 300 rooms, with fresh and sea water la all baths. Special American plan. *2.60 up dally; European plan. *1.50 up dally; special weekly terms. FRANK M. PHOEBUS. WILLIAM HYMAX. Je"-30t.l0 Manager. Proprietor. EALEN HALL ttdTEk?SANAToRIUMc*W? v??mi IV our ivnic ina LV1IITC niu. ear Elegant Comfort and Exceptional Table and Service. we are always buij. F. L YOUNG. Gen'l Manager. Information at Mr. Foster'a. 14th at. opp. WU> lord Hotel. aplg.tf.lh The Lockhart, ^dV.u. TUe. airy rooms: excellent table; elevator to atreet; private baths. Special rates. E. LOCKHART. Je5-30t.4 Berkshire Inn 2r;S.".S Large, cool rooms, $2 up dally, $8 to $17 weakly; elevator; private baths; rooms running waterU,h "e#*?D' J" E* TABOR INN, ideal location; large, airy rooms; ocean view: excellent table; homelike; $3 up wky. A. M. DUNN. je~ aot.4 iflfbll U/VN South Michigan ave. Home VI/lLv W 1 1T|, comforts. Good table. 91.50 up dallv. $8.00 up weekly. Both phones. jell-BOt.4 F. C. WARBUBTOV. S00 TO $3.50 PAILY. $10 TO $20 WEEKLY. MD- AVE- 80 J**, ot Ocean. Steel ! OILS I pier A Finest Bathing. Most Modern Hotel. Elevator. Haven fTMaipna 11 Excellent table. Private Baths. allll^PteU UttU j_ q Kendrlck. Ie15 3t>t.b NEW HOTEL MERION Ou the Beach, Vermont ave. Built of brick. ISO large, cool, front bedrooms, with ocean view. - - baths, running water In rosins, etc. White service. Early vkly. $2.50 up dally. Booklet. PRETTYMAN, Owner ft Prop. SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. W. J. The Wiltshire, 22* Greatly Improved and refurnished; cap., 350; private hatha: hot and cold water In rooms; elevator. porches. etc. Mnaic. Special. $12.50 up weekl/, $2.50 up dally. Booklet. Samuel B. Bills. jeS-23t . RALEIGH, * St. Charles place and tbe Beach; 200 large, airy outside rooms; ocean view; private baths, elevator. library, etc. Large porches facing tbe ocean. Cuisine and service famed for tbelir excellence. Special July rates. Booklet. Electric bus meets trains. Je5-30t,9 o D. J. PYXESHOTEL NEW ENGLAND South Carolina ave. and the Beach. Private baths; elevator to street; fine porches, etc. Capacity, 350. Superior table. Special sprlnc rates. Booklet. BRYAN A WILLIAMS. ray21 -601.6 New Berkeley, ?/tr;nTce;: baths. Ocean-view rooms. Excellent table. $10.50 up weekly. FAIRBANKS A MACKENTHUN. Je2Q-3Qt.4 TH E HOLMHURST. Pa. are. near Beacb. Atlantic City, N. J. Unobstructed ocean view: private baths; stationary washstands. with hot and cold running water In bedrooms; elevator to street level; eapaclty, 800; open all the year; hotel electric coach meets trains; literature upon request. j.'.vaOt.lO HENRY DARNELL. " STANDARD GUIDE FREE. ATLANTIC CITY. SO pages brimful of useful Information, beautifully Illustrated. The leading hotels described. wiiu isirs, ruj iiiac, biuuseuiriiis, r&cursiou^. etc. The only reliable, complete Guide of City (copyrighted). Send 3 cent* In stamps for mailing free copy. ATLANTIC CITY FREE INFORMATION B1REAU. 10 S. New York are., Atlantlc City. N. J. Jel?-30t,10 HOTEL JACKSON, Adjoining Boardwalk and Steel pier. American and European plans. Superior accommodations. JolC-30t.4 Grand Atlantic Motel, Virginia are. near beach. Capacity. 500. Renorated throughout and refurnished. Entirely new management. Hot and cold sea water In all baths. Elevator. One porches, etc. Tsble a feature. Special. $12.50 up weekly: $2.50 up dally. Coach at trains. Booklet. COOPER Si LEEDS. my15-ftOt.tO HOTEL CORNELL, MARYLAND AVE.. 2D HOK8E FROM BEACH. Third season. Moderate rateME. A. BUCKMAN. Je23-30t,4 HOTEL OSTENOl Whole block ocean front; new throughout, enlarged and remodeled; capacity, 500; hot and cold sea water baths; spacious porches overlook ocean and Boardwalk; orchestra; table and service of highest standard. $3 dally and up. American plan: special weekly. Booklet. Electric coach meets trains. D. P. RAHTER. Je6-30t.l0 Most modern and leading moderate rate hotel. AHJh><*imm!lHlA Virginia ave. near Beach. /MIO>emni?lOe, n>w throughout, offers 100 cool, front rooms; excellent table and superior accommodations at special rate. July and to famlles. of $8, $10. $12.50 weekly: $2 up daily; Sat. to Mon.. $3.50; elevators, private baths, every convenience; own farms ana dairy; white service. Booklet. J. P. COPE. je!2-30t lake hopatcong, n. j. LAKE HOPATCONQ, NEW JERSEY. A place where *you can be really cool this summer. 1.000 feet above sea level. 47 miles from New York on Lackawanna railroad. Lake Is nine miles long with eighty miles of indented shore line. See Sunday's Issue of The Star for list of leading hotels and available cottage and camp sites. jefl-26t.eSn LONGPORT, N. J. The Devonshire, room; every appointment and convenience. Moderate rates. Booklet. VV. BOICE. jell-30t.4 ocean crrr, n. j. . OCEAN CITY, N. J., One of America's most healthful and healthy seashore resorts. Bav and ocean bathing, sailing. flsblng, crabbing; 3-mile boardwalk, piera, clubs. Near Atlantic City; fast trolley connects. Cottages, bungalows, apartments to let. Write for illustrated booklet, hotel lists, etc. PUBLICITY BUREAU. my27-f.Su.m.w-30t.l0 ocean grove, if. j. SEASIDE HOTEL, Ocean Grove. X. J. The largest and leading hotel on the ocean front; all guests' rooms overtooklng the ocean; booklet. CHAS. G. STOCKTON. Jel2-30t.g sea bide park. n. j. The Manhasset, SS?""ih,S, on the ocean. Handsomely appointed. Surpassing cuisine and service. Rooms single or en suite. Capacity, 300. Write for Illustrated booklet. J. R. KIDDER. iyl-92t.8 DELAWARE. MOTEL HENLOPEN, REHOBOTH. DELAWARE. Will open June 2ft. Directly on boardwalk. Every modern convenience. Nearest ocean reaort to Washington. Rates. $10 per week and op. Capacity, 230 persona. Write for booklet. WALTER BURTON, Owner and Prop. mylB-OOt MARYLAND. NEW WINDSOR COLLEGE. WITH ITS MAOnlfleont campus, offers a delightful vacation In the foothills of the Blue Ridge. For particulars address JAMES FRASER. New Windsor. Md. Jy2 ISt* RIVKK SPRINGS SUMMER RESORT IS OPEN for Its 40th season; boating, bathing. Ashing, lawn sports, city music for dancing and concerts. For booklet apply to ROBT. D. BI.ACKISTONE, River Springs, Md. Je7-30t SWAXN'8 HOTEL, Plney Point, Md. Open July I; situated on the Potomae and St. George's rivers; boating, fishing; music and dancing every evening; row, sail and motor boats; rates, $7 to 19 per week. Post office In building. Take Md.. Va. railway steamers, foot of 7?h St. wharf. Apply to J. T. SWAXN. Propr. Jyl-60t POTOMAC HOTEL. St. George's Island. Md., Opens July 17, with all the usual attractions. Take steamers of Jld.. Del. & Va. Ry. Co. to Plney Point wharf, where t?oat will foe in readiness to convey guests to the hotel. Jyl-42t ADAMS BROS. THE NIBRAH COTTAGE BKADDOCK HEIGHTS. MARYLAND. Large house; line (torches; A1 accommodations; moderate rates; magnificent mountain scenery. Je7-30t.6 Mrs. J. A. HARBIN. COLTON'S HOTEL. AO MILES FROM WASHIngton on lower Potomac. Elegant table. Superb Trout and Rock flablng. For Booklet address H. W. LOVE, Prop.. Palmer P. O., Md. J?13-30t*,4 PINKY POINT HOTEL, ST. MARY'S CO.. MD., opens, sixth season. June 20, 1010; l>oatlng, bathing. Ashing and crabbing; dancing every evening; motor boats and rowboats; post offlce, with dally mail, at hotel. Rates, $7 week and up. WARREN TOLSON. Toison P. O.. St. Mary's Co.. Md. Je25-30t FOR SALE OR RENT-MOUNTAIN LAKE Park. Furnished cottage; 0 rooms: rent. $250. to November 1. JOHN H. LUDW1G, 300 Maryland Telephone building, Baltimore, Md. Je25-10t "THE AVALON." On Catoctln mountain; altitude 1.200 ft.; pure air: good water and no mosquitoes; all conern conveniences. For terms, etc.. address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS. Braddock Heights. Frederick Co., Md. Jel2-80t OCEAlf CITY. MD. MT. PLEASANT HOTEL AND COTTAGE ANnex; on boardwalk; every room ocean view; ocean-front dining room; bathhouses; excellent table; new management. C. A. TWINING, Mgr. Jel-ttOt.4 The Breakers, JESS Bath houses. Special attention to cuisine. Owner and manager. Miss NEWTON, Ocean City, Md. jelQ-30t*4 The Dennis, tractions. Table first-class. Rates very reasonable. Apply to Mrs. R. J. DENNIS. Je23 30t NEW AVALON Open now for summer guests; ?pedal rate* for families. Mra. K. a HASTINGS. Ocean City. Md. BTii-nt NEW HAMPSHIRE*. WHITE MWMTMI, b?IP8?ibe PROFILE HOUSE ??&, .OPEN JULY TO OCTOBER. On Ideal Tour. Leading reaort hotel. Unexcelled for Its clientage, location and appointments. Elevation 2.00?> ft., exempt from hay fever. Golf, tennis, good roads, line garage. C. H. GREKNLEAF. D. B. PLUMER. City Hotel, Hotel Vendqme, Boston. mrS-Su. m. w.2Ht. 14 hew york. THE Bend 6c postage for m a fui A SUMMER PARADISE. P St InJ a. a. HEARD. G. P. A.. Albany. X. T. leS-aOt.4 PENNSYLVANIA. BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT. PA.?SUMMIT VILLA; line views and bracing atmosphere; artesian water; Ideal spot for rest or recreatlan. Je28-21t.4 Mrs. L. MEXCEL. Arandale Hotel, Beautiful lawn; large farm; all fresh vegetables; public and private hatha; garage. Terms moderate. Write for booklet and prices. Jei2 30t 4LLSIP * SMITH. SUMMER RESORTS. VIRGINIA. "NORTH HILL." CASTLBMA.VS FERRY, VA. 60 mi. from Wnsb. Tta Bluemont: valley, mt. and water seenery; shaded grounds and drives; Ashing, boating, swimming; spring beds: no children: cany mail. tl.F.U.; telephone: Rood fare; freah meats, milk, fruits, fowls; $7 per wk. till Nov.: circular Star office, or MAURICE CASTIJ3M AN, Caatlemans Ferry, Clarke Ob.. Fa Je21-90t.8 ORKNEY SPRINGS HOTEL AND BATHS?IF health or pleasure- you seek, come; beautiful nits., the "Alps" of America; deration. 2.300 ft.; temperature, 8RF.; cool: jroed table; pleasant people; capacity. 750; 7 different waters free, cure rheumatism, dyspepsia, blood and kidney trouble. Open June I. Terms very reasonable. Booklet. H. O. Oarter.Prop.. Orkney Springs. Va. my6-4m.S * JORDAN WniTE SULPHUR SPRINGS. HOTEL and cottages. Frederick couuty. Va. In the garden of the Shenandoah. All modern Improvements. Hot sulphur baths free to guests. Reasonable rates. Mrs. M. H. BARKER. jy3-3t*. . . ' BUCKROE BEACH HOTEL. BUCKROE BEACH, VIRGINIA, OPENS JUNE 1. Finest appointments, rooms en suite, with or without bath. Fnqneetlonabl.v the leading and finest summer hotel In this region for those who seek the best. Ocean front, unobstructed rlew, first-class In. every particular. Beautiful location on the lower Chesapeake hay. Extensive lawns and shade. Send for rates, reservations, etc.. early. Under management Newport Newa and Old Point Railway and Elpctrlc Company. Jel8-30t Alleghany Inn, Goshen. Rockbridge County, NOW OPEN. On main line C. and O. 2.000 Feet Above Sea Level. Mineral wators. Excellent enistno. For booklets and rates address J. W. ROWLAND. Manager, Goshen. Fa. je5-30t.!4 WEST VIRGINIA. THE LOCKWOOD AND ANNEX. HARPER'S Ferry. W. Va.; large, airy rooms; table and service excellent; rates reasonable. Jel5-tf.4 A. P. DANIEL. Prop. Capon Springs and Baths On tbe Great North Mountain. 100 miles west of Washington. Always cool, good table, large and pleasant company, reasonable rates. Pamphlet. CHAS. F. NELSON. my2-60t.eSu.7 Capon Springs. W. Fa. ON THE MOUNTAIN OVERLOOKING THE historic town of Harpers Ferry Is the Hill Top Honse; fifty-six miles from Washington; B. and O.: good table and all modern conveniences; try It this season. Booklet furnished. my8-tf T. 8. LOVETT. Prop. AUliUKA HUUSt In the Beautiful Alleghanies. Modern Improvement)". Home comforts. Excellent table. No mosquitoes. Moderate rates. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE from trains. Booklet on request. J. A. SHAFFER. PROPR.. AURORA. W. VA. Je21-15t.7 HARPERS' FERRY. W. VA. "SPARROWS INS." MISSES SHAWEN. Props. Beautifully situated on Camp Hill, overlooking the Shenandoah river and valley; an Ideal mountain resort; altitude, 300 feet; open all the year; clean, cool and comfortable; good table. Je2fl-llt*S HOTELS. Bostoini=IiIoteS Veodoime, COMMONWEALTH AVENUE. Distinguished for its clientage, appointments and location. Equally attractive to permanent and transient guests. Perfect quiet. EXCELLENT GARAGE NEARBY. C. H. GREENLEAF A CO., Summer Hotel. White Mountains. NEW PROFILE HOUSE AND COTTAGES. my8-Sn.m.w'.2flt MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUErent rates of interest on real estate in th> District of Columbia. FITCH, FOX & BROWN. J.vl-tf 1333 F st. n-w. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. CHARLES A. BAKER. 1110 F st. n.w. my25-tf.4 Phone Main 517. FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS. We will loan more on your property than any other concern. Lowest rates. AH amounts. Payments arranged to suit yon. NO DELAYS. OPEN UNTIL 5:30 P.M. NATIONAL LOAN A INVESTMENT CO.. Thompson Bldg., 703 13th st. n.w., 2d floor. Opposite Treasury. Next to Drvg Store. ap29-tf LOANS ON STOCKS. INSURANCE POLICIES. Indorsed notes or any good collateral. No delay, middlemen or red tape. R. R. BENNETT, 510 Met. Bank bldg. Phone Main ftSOfi. j.v2?-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Low Interest. Reasonable fees. Prompt action. LARGE LOANS A SPECIALTY. GEO. W. LINKINS. 800 19TH ST. N.W. mlilO-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at lowest current rates of interest. Spe. cial privileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER A RUTHERFOBP. 730 18th st. n.w. fe9-tf.S MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OK Interest on D. C. real estate. No unreasonable delay. WALTER H. ACKER. mh29-tf.5 1420 F st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of interest. Payment on principal in amounts of flOO or more received at any interest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, Bond bldg., 1408 New York ave. n.w. no2-tf IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN, BUY or cell on real estate I can save you time and cash, as I give personal attention to all deals. de6-tf.4 J. EAKIX GAP8BY. 520 13th st. n.w. WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO suit on D. C. real estato; economical consideration for borrowers. GIVE US YOUR APPLICATION. npl-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G St. MONEY TO LOAN-LET US MAKE YOUR NEW loans and replace old ones at lowest rates ot Interest. All transactions conducted with economies! consideration for borrowers. WTd. H. SAUNDERS A CO.. 1407 F st. n.W. myl7-00t.5 i.l 11 TTT A ll'linik A HI 11 H?A V A A ?* JH.U-N.Ej I WAJNJLJbJJ AXVJU JLU luaa. MONEY TO LOAN ON District of Columbia Real Estate at lowest rates of interest. ALL TRANSACTIONS CLOSED PROMPTLY. Thos. J. Fisher & Co.. Inc., 738 FIFTEENTH STREET. ocU-tf MEDICAL. Dr., Shade, Ei WASHINGTON'S OLDEST SPECIALIST. Limited to office practice. Ho., 10 to I and 3 to 5 30 daily; Sundays, 10 to 11. Onnsultatiou free. Elerator and phone. f<>25-?f.S Or. Reed Specialist, 8vQ)4 II 7th St. VPADQ' SUCCESSFUL A J II ICi/TiPRACTICE IN Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System, Skin, Blood. Heart. Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bladder, Nose, Throat and Lanes. Stricture, Varicocele and Hydrocele cured. No pain. No loss of time. Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary organs promptly relieved and permanently cared by safe methods. Charges low. Free consultation in person or by letter. Honrs: 10 to 1 and 8 to 8; Sundaya. 10 to 1. se21-tf.2Q HERB SPECIALIST. MFG. OF HERB REMEDIES, WHICH ARB guaranteed to cure or relieve any and all all* menta: men's complaints a specialty, if. A. LOUIS A SONS. 1748 7th st. n.w. leS-tfc* LOAN COMPANIES. If you are in need of money Any amount, you can get It here Immediately., f T 1/ T n. rv. r uiLun a ijutfit viutc (ESTABLISHED 1870). 314 9TH ST. N.W. Loans made on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, ap8-tf.l4 Gold. Sllrerware. etc. MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND others on indorsed notes; easy terms; confidential ; private office. Room 320. Washington Loan and Trust bldg., 0th and F sts. n.w. Je20-7t* LOANS On Diamonds, ^ Watches, Jewelry. /O HORNING, 9th & Dt my2O-10d " Loans to Housekeepers. CAPITAL LOAN CO., 602 F St. N.W. je21-t?6 _ atei. LP AH C0MPAI1IE8. VACATIONS K ON CREDIT. We will advance you what money you need for *?. your vacation or any other purpose, and you can 1 arrange to repay us In small and convenient L( monthly payments, making vour first payment p.i TWO MONTHS B1 from the day you get the loans, which will allow o. you ample time to get on your feet again after , your return. We make no charge for the extra " time. If you ate remaining at home during the heated season because of the lack of ready N. money, call and talk the matter nver in ODe of G1 oor private offices. K We -2 cL Per B< Loan at ' Month No other charges. Absolutely confidential. OI Ix>ans with other companies paid up and more money advanced. National Loan & Invests j ment Co. m Thompson Bnllding. 703 I5th st. n.w. r Next to drug store. Opposite Treasury. Ul jyl-tf.35 LOANS I"" On furniture, plnnos, teams, etc. ??T Fill blank plainly, mall to us and yon will get * money promptly at the very lowest rates. Other ^ companies paid up. Main 920 M. I Name Address ^ NEW YORK LOAN CO., * 1301 G St. N.W., Room 21. Jyl-tf.lfi Or WE IX)AN ~ ? ANY AMOUNT s en From $110 to $500. No Publicity. No Commissions. No Delays. A loan of $25.00, only $1.19 per month. A loan of $50.00, only $1.59 per month. J A loan of $75.00. only $2.29 per month. A loan of $100.00, only $2.06 per month. ^ On Furniture, Pianos. Indorsed Notes, ete. We pay up loans and advance more monev. PRIVATE OFFICES. Comiinnierciall Discount Co, Metropolitan National Bank Building. 613 15th st. n.w., opposite IT. S. Treasurv. Irl.ff Pkona \1 T1AQ 9II3 G Street Is the place to borrow money on furniture, pianos and teams at Got Rates 7 payments of $1.90 pays $10 loan 7 payments of $2.70 pays $15 loan ? 7 payments of $3.50 pays $20 loan m 7 payments of $4.30 pays $25 loan ? 7 payments of $8.25 pays $50 taan Larger amount* at ume rate*. The above table shows what you pay US for money. No extras?no surprises. Loan mad* within few hours after application la left. Mutual! Loan Co., 913 G St. N. w. ?8 je8-oot.eSa.34 1 THE FAIR. SQUARE PLACE?THE OLD RELIABLE. Washington Loan Co., > 6110 F Street N.W. g Loan* made In Alexandria. Va. Je30-8d I $50,000.00 11 if- 9 5 N ^ Has been placed in my ^ 1 ^ hands by private party to & * loan on pianos, furniture mi ? and other personal propi(c erty. To get this money $ Mj ^ into your hands I can t ^ quote very attractive & ^ terms. Write me today g 1 jjt and confidential repre- $ $ sentative will call. Ad- ^ a ke dress Attorney, Box 76, i ? ^ Star Office. ^ <?, je28-90t . $ G MONEY HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., ' 618 F at. n.w. Office hours. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. vc Je20-tf,7 PI LOANS LONO OB SHORT TIMB. Weekly or monthly payments. Any security and amount. J. Phone M. 147?. J Reliance Loan and Trust Ob. ? 619 E Street N.W. fel-tf.10 n . D( I ? ? NO MORE HIGH I * RATES mw company. tiEw puns. K POTOMAC HMMIM. GO. " Organized for the purpose of loaning money to those who rannot afford to pay high rates, on FURNITURE. PIANOS. . TEAMS and to SALARIED EMPLOYES ? on plain note without security. i T" $10 AND UPWARD. $50, Payable Monthly, $5.45 r $100, Payable Monthly, $10.40 POSITIVELY no other charges. ^ti Other amounts In proportion. FIRST PAYMENT MADE DUE TWO ? MONTHS FROM DAY YOU GET THE ,.c LOAX WITHOUT EXTRA COST. We will make you a lower rate than AUl any one else, no matter what that rate la. | providing you are GOOD PAY. We are catering to the better class of business. Other loan companies, etc.. paid off. POTOMAC FIMML CO. i J224 Q St. N.W. "M- """ v Rooms 20 and 21, Second Floor Front. Phone Main 489. i mh!9-tf Pit =1 *Li La Loan Headquarters. * Columbia Guarantee Co. ? 613 F St. N.W. Jelfi-tf.8 Phone Main 8539. MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND others upon their own note., without security. Including women keeping house: easiest terms; confidential. Knowing onea who have dealt elsewhere especially invited. My proposition will please. to Hi ELWOOD. Rm. 416. Jenifer bldf.. 7th & D. " se30-tf.g Wi ; s?.J I: PrBvate Loams $ $10 and Upward ^ On Furniture, Pianos, etc., in use. Pai Positively Lowest Rates. 901 tVlHO navnhlp L1.K nor month. $75 06 ' $7.75 ' " t * $100.00 " $10.25 " ~ Other amounts in proportion to a bore. I "j Union Loan & Trust Co. 11 8io F Street N.W. ! ?fa Je27-d.eSuAsa.21 Phone Main .1334. & 1701 H . wai MO.vmr LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE nen And others, including women keeping house. ? without aecurtty: easy payments; offices in 63 principal cities; save yourself money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOLMAN. Room 508, 588 lBtb at. n.w. ae2S-tf.O When You Need Money _ Bee Us. Loweet Rates: Easiest Terms. Loans an Furniture or Salaries. Prudential Loan and Trust Co., ROOM 3. Warder Building, 3th and F Streets N.W. 6 Je0-8Ot.lO We Un NO MORE HIGH BATES. LOOK THIS OVER, ear $3 one month 30e Ret 310 one month 7Se St.. $15 one month 31.23 n.n no one month 31.73 we $25 one month $2.00 frel $50 one month 13.80 dat 100 one month |U| and 8URRTT LOAN CO, Roam 1. Warder bid*, 0th and f eta. aa - T apll-tf, 10 . . ,. _ ~ a STEAMSHIPS. Ex ram Tuttes^ys Express Sailings. Wilhelm II. July 5| Gee I lie July 1* lis.Wm.d.Gr...July 12 Kronp. Wllhm.July 20 Ex mm Thrd*ays Twin-screw Sailings. irharossa Jnly 7 Rtenieu July 21 Wash. tnewj.July 14 Krinl h d. Gr...Juiy K ^ak l u vis Sa::,r;i:ys . l.ulse July 9 K. Albert July 80 >rlin (newt...July 1R I'. Irene Aug. 13 Wirelesy and Submarine Signals. Inde|>en<ient Rouud-the World Tours, rravelers' Checks Go-xl All Over the World. SLRICHS 4 CO.. Gen'l Agls . Broadway.N.T. WASHINGTON OFFICE. Tin 14th st. u.w. E. F. DROOP 4 SONS CO.. 13th and G sis. u.w. Ia2.*i-312t 1AMBURIB -AMERICAN All Modem Safety Devices (Wlrelesu. etc.). LOXDOX-PARIS--HAMBFRG. merlka. J'y 9. 12 noon | 'Cleveland July 23 res. Grant. ..July 13 *Kai. Aug. Tic..July 1!0 . incicnati July ID Pres. Linroln. Aug. 1?? i 'eunsylvanla. .July 20 tin i Its Aug. 13 ll'nexeelled Ritz-Cariton a la Carte Restaurant. (Hamburg direct. 'New. XT* AT U V1J GIBRALTAR. MAI V NAPLES 1 x r *J-' A AXD GENOA. S. MOLTKE July 12. 2 p.m. 8. IIAMBFRG ...August 9 S. MOI.TKR August 30 H A MR! RG-A M ERICAX LIN K. E. F. DROOP 4 SONS CO., 13th 4 G sts. n.w. res-aost agrlflcent R. S. "ARABIC" i ffatj fi\ iveg Feb. 4; rates. $400 up. ly!Lw./mts8 eluding shore excursions; 71 I IffllSflSMTr chanting days. Stop-over prlv- vUlllslB.t\I I g?*s. Program ready. , 4 M ill wpwwuuraBt .BANK C. CLARK, Times Bldg.. New York. R. M. HICKS. 1306 F St. n.w., IOROE W. MOSS. 1411 O St. n.w., Wutinttol, nyI7-ff.9 " ? Tor CAN HAVE REST?COMFORT?NEW SCENES Taking . ?HMV TffliP TO JAMAICA 1^5. FOR ONLY $77 Including hotel accommodations in Jamaica and superior stateroom. with men Is. on large and popular 'TRIXZ" STEAMERS (5.000 tonsl. leaving alternate Saturdays. 11 DAYS OCEAN TRIP-5 DAYS ON SHORE. Write for Detailed Itinerary of thia and longer trips. ATLAS SERVICE. lAMIHm-AMERICAN LIRE i E. F. DROOP & SONS CO.. 13th and O ata. n.w. Je30.Jy4-2t.30 ' SEAT6 HIE THE MOST CHARMING SHORT SEA TRIP ON THE ATLANTIC COAST. STEAMSHIPS iRTIHI LABSB3 & HOIll STAR TO PORTLAND, MAINE. Sailing*: Monday, 10 a.m., and Tuesday, mraday and Saturday. 5 p.m.. from Pier 20, tat River. N. Y. For full information and ok let apply to MAINE S. S. CO.. 290 Broadway, N. T. el-tf.25 CUNARD LINE ?usitan 5a=Mau retan ia Largest. Fastest, Finest Steamers Afloat. ew York to London Direct VIA FISHGUARD. ["he most expeditious route. Quickest also to *aris=Berlin?V ienna L.EAVE NEW YORK WEDNESDAYS. 9 A.M. 5NDAY IN LONDON. TUESDAY IN PARIS. Wireless Telegraph. Submsrlne Signals. mpania July fl I.usltanla Jul/ 20 aronia. .July 9 It em Carmanla.July 23.10 am luretanla July 13 Campania July 27 'Will call at Queenstown and Fishgnard. HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SERVICE. To Flume rla Gibraltar. Naples, Trlesta. arpathla..July 7.noon ll'ltonla '.. Aug. 4 nnonia..July 19. noon tCarpatbia Aug. 25 [Carries 2nd and 3rd class only. tCalls at Genoa. Travelers* checks issued?good everywhere. ITALY-EGYPT CRIISES. 1910-11. Nov. 26, n. 7 and 21. Feb. 18. March 11. Ices. 21-24 State at., opposite tbe Battery,N.Y. W. MOSS, Agent, 1411 O at. n.w.. Washington. el4-d.eSu.312t ANCHOR LINE tlasgow & Londonderry Sailing from New York every Saturday New twln-acrew steamships. SALOON. $17 50 AND $72.00. SECOND CABIN, $45 AND $47.50. THIRD CLASS. $2375 AND $30. For new Illustrated book of tours and Informant apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. New >rk. or GEO. W. MOSS. 1411 O at. n.w.. ?. r. tOOP ft SONS CO.. 13th and G ats. n.w? ahtnrton. ap6-78t.eSa FABRE LINE NEW YORK. NAPLES. MARSKILLlW. TER KUILE. G. 33 BROADWAY. N. Y. a2B-813t.eSo AMERICAN LINE' .TMOUTH ? CHERBOf RG-SOUTHAMPTONIILADELPHIA-QLEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL Atlantic Transport Line NEW YORK?LONDON DIREOT. RED STAR LINE - NEW YORK-DOVER-ANTWERP. WHITE STAR LINE Y.?QUEEN^TN-HOLYHEAD?LIVERPOOL .YMOOTH - CHERBOCRO - SOUTHAMPTON BOSTON?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL Also New York and Boston?Mediterranean. WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 V ST. N.W. R. M. HICKS. Passenger Ageat. ah20-624t.eSts i i. a. p. S&3BM9S, IT?. de July 9 | Tagua Aug. 6 rato July 23 ' Oruba Aug. 20 Tours of 12 to.25 days from $95 up. rulses to the NORTH CAPE by R. M. S. P. SOCMon twin-screw S. S. "AVON." July and gust. oa.?ur-na' a auj, Ij. f. & F. A.. 22 State St., New York. R. M. HICKS. 1306 F at. n.w. ? G. W. MOSS. 1411 G at. n.w. ?l-w,f.m.tf isttwera OME Ml'AGMK GENEUAI.E TRANSA i LAN i'lguS Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France). Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m. from * No. 57. North River, foot West 13th at.. N.Y. a Provence July 7 I M.a Savoie July 28 Brotagne July 14 *La Touraine... Aug. 4 a Lorraine. .July 21 La Bretagne Aug. 11 | Twin-screw steamers. GENERAL AGENCY. 19 State at.. N. Y. !. P. ALLEN. Agent, 14th st. and N. Y. ait. elephone Main 758. rakl-365f , Washington to Philadelphia, Atlantic City and New York. ] "ERICSSON LINE STEAMERS." I ATTRACTIVE WATER ROUTE FROM , BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. 1 'Through the Cbeaapeake and Delaware canal , PHILADELPHIA." Stopping at great fishing Hinds. Betterton. also Chester, Pa. From isblngton by B. A O. or W.. B. A A. E. Ry. Baltimore, thence Ericsson line to Philadelphia, amera dally escept Fnnday. 5 p.m. Fast day its dclly and Sundays 8 a.m. Tickets to Phildphla on sale in Washington at B. A O. and . B. A A. E. Rr. Ticket Offices. Also J. LIEDT. Ticket Agent. 1325 F St. N.W.. for w York. Atlantic City. Cape May. Aabury rk. Ocean Grove. Long Branch, Albany, Troy, nts north. Write for rulde. CLARENCE SH RIVER. G. P. A.. T iffht Bfw! Oal4lmo?a ? c? ? - ? ? ? ! VBlliUtVIC| UU? tl8-tf ( fGoingto Europe i re your mall addressed care the London office ! The Washington Star. No. 3 Recent Street. 1 idon. England. If desired, mall will be for- < rded to all ^arts of Europ* and the Cootl- | t. Tourlr's are requested to register at oar , ;e upon reaching London. Washington Star, ; London Office, < No. ? Regent St. 1 POTOMAC RTVEB BOATS. J RYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIRGINIA 1 RAILWAY CO. 1 SCHEDCLE IN EFFECT MAT 15. I learners lease Washington every Monday. . does day and Saturday at 4 p.m. tor riser , dings and Baltimore, arriving at Baltimore ly Monday. Wednesday and Friday mornings, t urning. leave Baltimore. Pier No. 3. Light t Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 5 i., arlvlng in Washington early Mooday, dnesday and Friday mornings. All river ight must be prepaid. Paaaenger accom mo- c Ion strictly first-class. Electrically lighted. ] , cuisine perfect. i a STEPHENSON * BBO.. Agents. ' ) rlephone Main 745. 7th St. Wharf. ; yl4-tf.20 t TLkTIMlkTM chesapeake beam railway ' Schedule of F.xcuraton Train* to and From t'beaapeake llfu h Effmirr July 1. 1P10. Subject to change without notice MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS. IXCM'SIYE tloitir Dlatrlct Line at C IB and 11 dt a.m.. 2 .to. .1 to. 7:4.1 and J? 49 p tn. Returning-l-eare the Roach at 6:85 a.m., 12:4.1. 2:00. 6:00, S OO and 10 OO p.m. SATIRDAY8 Going- Lcare Dlatrlct Line at 3 21 and 11 00 a.m.. 2no. .1:00. 5:40. 7:41 and 0:45 t> ni. Returning- Lritr the B'trb at ( B a ol, 12 4.1. 2:00, finn. K on. 0:00 and 10:00 p.m. SIX DAYS" AND HOLIDAYS. Goinj I-earc Dlatrirt Line at P.2.1 and 11 0? a m.. 2:00. 3:00. 4:00. 7.4."? and (:.tf p.m. Returning Leave the (teach at . OO a m.? 12:45. 2 10. 0:00. K on. P OO and 10 OO p m I'AIT. Y. WATF-RS G-nernI Manager Take New York are car for Dlatrlct I.lna atatlon. For additional Information telephone l.lnco n 102n )rl tf 30 Seaboard Air Line SCHEDIL* 10:05 A M. DAILY Florida Fast Mall.** Through roaches ?n<l Pullman sleepers to S?van? rah and Ja-ksonvtlle Parlor car Jacksonville rn Tampa. Through sleeper to Atlanta. Pining oar*. 7:25 P M DAII.Y?"Seaboard Ex pre** " Through roache* and Pullman s'eeper* Savannah. Jacksonville and Tampa. Through ?I neper*. electrin light* and fan* observation oar and cnach*a Atlanta. Blrntlncham and Memphis. Pining oar*. Ticket offl< e 1418 New York a**, n w. F. A HARWOOP, C T A. GEO. 7. PH ILLIPS.D PA, T B RYAN.GP A~. Portsmouth. Ya. Washington. D C. Atlantic Coast Line "The Standard Railroad of the South." Notice.?Time of arrivals and departure* and connections not guaranteed 4:30 a.m. daily?Through aleeplng cara and eoaobea to Jacksonville. 4:05 p.m. dally ? Through aleepiag eare t# CSiarleaton. S. C.; Augusta. Savannah. Ga.: Jack* aonvllle, Fla.; Port Tampa. Fla. (for Havana): Knlghta Key (for Havana*. Through martlet ta Jaokaonvllle. UNEXCEJJ.ED DINING <U? SERVICE. 9:40 p.m. dally?"Palmetto Limited" Tliiwiifk sleeper* to Charleston. S. C.. and WllmlBgtoS, N. C.; through reaches to Charleston. Ticket Office. 1419 NEW YORK AVE. GF.O. p. JAMES. P P. A . Washington. D. O. T. C WHITE. G P. A.; W. J. CRAIG. P. T. M.. Wilmington. X. C. Baltimore and Ohio R. R. LEAVE fNION STATION. ROYAL BLI'B LINE. . 'EVERY OTHER HOCR ON THE ODD HOUH*" TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. NEW TERMINAL, 23P STREET. NEW YOU. *7.no a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor Oar. 9.to a.m. 5 hour train. Rroller Parlor Oar. 19.00 a.m. Pullman Broiler Parlor Car. ll.oo a.m. Diner and Pullman Tarlor Q?. 1 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. S.fto p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullman. B4S t4.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. 5.00 p.m. Diner and Observation Parlor Cat. 8.00 p.m. Coaches to New York. 12.15 n't. Sl?eper* to New York. 2.52 a m. Sleepers to Phila and New Tork. ATLANTIC CITY. t7.00. *9 00. tU.OO a.?* tl.00. *3.00 p.m. TO BALTIMORE "F-VRRY HOIR ON THE HOCR." (Week day*. 7.00 a.m. and 11.00 p.m.) 2.52. t5 00 tfl.Sn, *7 00. *7.30, tS OO *8.SO. 900. t9.V>. 1o.no, *11.00 a.m.. *'200 noon. t12.05. *1.00. II 15. t2.oo. *3.00. t3 20. ?S.*n, 4.on. t* 45. *5.00. t5.03, 5.:f), 4g.no *8 so. t7 00. *8.00. t9.00. ?10.00. *10.35. *11.30. *12. If night. WESTWARD. CHICAGO. *1.22. *5 30 p.m. CINCINNATI. ST LOTTS and LOCISMLIA 9.in a.m.. *4.05 p m., *12.10 night. PTTTSBrRG (*9.10 c m.. *1.22. *9.10 PR, 12.3n night tsleeper ready 10.00 p.m.). CLEVELAND. *9 10 p.m. COLCMTtrS. *5.30 p.m. WHEELING. *9 10 a m.. *5 SO p.m. CTMRERLAND. Oueen City Special. **.15 p.m, WINCHESTER. t9.10 a.m.. tl.06. tS.OO P ?FREDERICK. t8.20, t9.10. ?9.20 a m.. |1.SK fl.05. t5.45 p.m. HAGF.RSTOWN. t9 lo a.m.. tS.OO p.m. neii. CntiAav t^nn^sva nnlv T^EPHOXES K?t ail of the following "ticket offices: 1417 G St. X.W.. Main 1M?1: 618 P?iavlvanla iff., Main 2TR; N>? Union StationTicket Office. Main 7380; Information Bureau. Main 7380. _____ Chesapeake&OhioRailway Published only aa Information, not guarantor*. 2:00 P.M. Dally.?For Virginia. West Virgin!* and Kentucky p<>tnt?. Pullman sleepers * Cincinnati and Louisville, C. ft O. a la enrtn dining car from Chariottenrtlla. 0:30 P.M. Dallv.?CIXCIXXATI-RT. LOPIS-CHI. CAGO SPECIAL. Solid train to St Leule. with Pullman sleeper to Chicago. Stopa o?lp at Important atatlona. Pullman'a flnett equip, mrnt and C. ft o. a la carte dining car 11:10 P.M. Dally?F. P. V. LIMITED for Cincinnati. Louisville, the west. e?nthwe?t and northweat. Pullman sleeper* to Virginia Hot Spring*. Cincinnati and Louisville. C. ft O. a la carte dining car. Chesapeake and Ohio offices at 513 Pennsylvania avenue. 1338 F afreet and n-w T'nl?n ?tatlon. Telephone Main 1088 and 2208 for tickets, baggage check*, reservations and taxlcah*. Southern Railway X. B.? Following schedule figures pnhllabeft only a6 Information, and are not guaranteed: For Atlanta. Birmingham. Mobile. New Orleans. Asbevllle. 8:00 a.m. and 10:45 n m. dally; ' 8:00 a.m. dally for Chattanooga and Memphis. For Roanoke. KnnsvlHe. Chattanooga. Birmingham. Xevr Or lean*. 10:10 p.m. dally. For Roanoke. Kimxvllle. Oattanooga. Meal phla. Nashville. 4:10 a.m. dally (sleeping en* open after 10 p.m.l For Atlanta. Birmingham. Columbia. Charleston. Augusta. Aiken. Savannah. Jacksonville as* Florida points. 4:15 p.m. daily. Tourist car* for California Monday, Wednesday. Thursdav. Friday. 4:15 p.m. Local for Harrisonburg, 8:30 a.m. de'ly. 3:33 ?.m. and 4:30 p.m. week days: for Danville. :S0 a.m. daily, and for Charlottesville. 7:88 a.m. and 4:55 p.m. dally: for Warren ton. 4:55 p.m. dally and 4:30 p.m. week fey*. Fi eg neat trains to and from Rtuemont. L 8. BROWN. General Agent. LOAN SOCIETY. ON DIAMOXDB, z<7 x watches. X Money \ jewelry, etc. / \ a Philanthropic Institution. I I % tO 2% \ CAPITAL O.00S.M I ' I Reference ? Any financial \ No I iBtitutloa la the city. R?\ / deniptlons made from ptva> \ rvtrae / l>mkm and new loan* to\-xli d'/ ?oed at greet ly reduced M*> to the borrower. prudential loan societt. Ground floor. N. W. cor. 12th and O ata> Prlrate aid# entrance. Transactions -trlctlr fc27tf.ifl Aden Mai. PAT TRIBUTE TO DIAZ. Seventeen Hundred Friends Tender Banquet to Chief Executive. MEXICO CITY. July 4? Seventeen hundred personal and political frienda of President Diaz occupied chairs around immense banquet tables In a large hall last night. The banquet was tendered to the chief executive of Mexico as a token of admiration of his friends for the manner In which he has administered the affairs of the nation for thirty years. HOB GETS PRISONER. Negro Taken From Jail Hay Have Been Lynched. DOTHAN, Ala.. July 4?Henry McKtnney, a negro, eighteen years old. is sup posed to have been lynched by a mob. according to Sheriff T. W. Butler, at Columbia. Houston county. The eherlff returned last night from that place. Butler says the negro confessed to hawing entered the room of a Miss Harrison. ? He was caught soon afterward and placed In jail. A mob of fifty stormed the Jail. rvKfalno/1 tVio nHcnnof and lad him tfiaia S- il l/WVUlt.VVJ F. ?v. ...... TTmi T? the Chattahoochee river. Nothing been heard or seen of him since. * m.. DISCLAIMED BY GEBJIAHY. Denial of Political Ambition in South America. Foreign Correspondence of The Star. BERLIN, June 20, 1910. . Germany disclaims all political ambitions In South America, but her flirtations with the Latin republics Increase from lay to day. A great delegation of BraEill&n officers has been invited by the kaiser to accept the hospitality of the Grerman army for a year. Mexico has bestowed one of her highest decorations an the emperor out of gratitude for his jnceasing interest In Mexican affairs, and the Argentine Republic is according Gen. con der Golts, the kaiser's personal missary at the Independence contennlal the honors of a hero. Germany's avowed object in cultivating the friendship of 8outh America is the expansion of her trade in Its markets But the Pan-Germans have dreams far ess prosaic than trade. One of their nost highly respected prophets Prof ron Schmoller of the University of r... In, writes of the day when "a Gorman lation of 200,000,000 souls will rise untn M he Braslls." v 1 A new poultry exhibition buildln* to tost $15,000, is being constructed on' the iagerstown. Md., fair grounds. The new mtldtng will be 215 feet long and 120 ?n Si.*1" *ccom' 5?