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FOR BENT?HOUSES.
I >n KMMiKU << onllnurd I.
FOR RENT- 421 IRVIN.S ST. X.W.: B ROOMKI
and bath; furnace h?-ut: large yanl and front
porc'i: new;\ papered and priintni: i ' ? ? n-'sh .
half month's rent fr?*?*; rent. $1h.3i?. j
rHEO. FR1ERUS. 1X20 N. V a*f. n.w.
F4?R RENT
IAMB< F. SHEA. ??4.". I.o! ISIANA AVE. N.W.
I?WELLI.\4 ;> V?RTHWEST.
316 c nw. 21 r.2b. ..*?'? 1 5 1 7"6 Q n<r, r,r. b. ..25.00
1113 6th nw.llr.b. b>'5 1m> i; nw, 14r, 2b..25.00 I
Ml) 2d n*\. 1 <>r b. ?- " 7 Mo av nw. l5r.b2.Y4io
?50S 22.1 nw. Sr.b. .?"?i 1 TO i:m:: 1st nw, 6r.b. .23.50 1
812 F nw, Sr. ?>. . 2s ."??>
DWELLINGS V 'RTHEAST. I
r n^. 12r b.. .???.-0 1.12 Line rd ne.8,bl8.50
*".''?6 F Cap. sT J345 F hp. Or, b. ..17.50
22S 11 th dp. V, b.32.50 H ne. 6r. b..16.5o
615 8th ne. 7r. h..25.5-> I II hp. 5r. h. .16.50
::+T? Tenn av r.r.b.? 1 l'7 **rosj?eet.6r. w .13.50
1387 N C av. 6r.b. 21 5o 1.W? F?a n? np.4r.w11.00
?137 Morris np,6r,b??' ? 1?'.?1- up. 6r,w. 10.00
1214 D np. ?r. t. .18.5?
pmuM;." smftheast.
706 7th ae. 9r. b..30.5o 1 *5 ll.- k'n se.6r,b . 16 50
8 I> s*. 6;-. b 26 .5o 702 1 so. dr. 16.".0
644 B se. 6r. b....25 IK'S 7th *??. 6r. b.. 18.50
1507 Q sp. 6r. b...l*.50 1.{i? II... kn s?-.6r.b 16.00
605 E hp. 6r. b.... 1 1" 15 Kvp s?., 6r,w.l3.5<
124S Pp av hp. 6r.bl7.50 727 rn, '.r. w..12.50
DWELLINGS snl TH WB?T.
46 G aw. 12r. 2b. .2". 5> ?3C I.in *?. 7-. w.13.50
1305 O sw. 6r. b. .2o *>0 13:?2 41sw. 6r.b..13.40
408 11th sw. 8r.w.1v5<? <vi 1 -\r. nr. W...12.8A
472 M *w. Cr. b. . . 17 .">0 L'.'.l I.in sw.'6r. w. 12.>
460 Va a* sw.8r.b- 17 .50 712 H -.ff. 5r. w ..11.50
481 E siv. 7r, w. .Id.50 J347 4'A aw.Sr.w. . 10.50
457 E sw. 6r. w.,.15.40 1338 Union nw 4r.b.95#
425 10th sw. 6r.w. 15.4 0 ? 1306 4'.. -w, 4r,w. 9.<0
307 MrL'n sw.6r. w. 1 :t.50
TWO-FAMI1A FLATS
1734 T nw. 6r. b. .25.50 I4l4t?'._ \.I nv nw ?.hl9 50
1256 NJ a^ 7r. b. 25.50 'l'"rk rd nw.5r.bl6.50
1231 Fla av'np 8r.b22 50 121A l.'th np. 5r.b.l3.?0
:2 12th n<>. 5r, b.20.."?o 4.?!>U, lVnn ne.4r.b. 12.50
BISINFSS Pi:<?PERTY.
634 Fa aT nw. .. .S?M?.0i?i 1 sl'b \. nw. atAdw.20.00
1301 4Hfw.nt410rnfi.00 701 I so. atftopllar.20.00
026 laf nw. at<?r?? .3".'>0 213 11 th np.storp.. 15 0*)
2220 14th nw.st.dw.W.OO 12')} \VHr.-r 8w.sto.l2..-?
603 H ne. stor**r,m22.._?'? L^lS'.i 141!i cw 10.00
1843 L nw. st&dw .20.4#
rOI.OKF.I? TENANTS.
1447 Q nw. ??r. b. .34?.R0J I? sw, r?r. w... 12.50
1023 17th nw.7r.b.27.50 225 I? sw. T.r, w... 11.50
1527 17th nw,7r.b. .25.50) 74> I> sw. ,"?r. w. .. 11.50
47.". Mo av nw.Ur.b21.4iOI 1125 3d sw. 5r.w..ll.50
76 O nw. 6r. t?....22."-0 840 II sw. 5r. w... 11.00
1335 Tt ne. 6r. b...20.50i !*? r? sw. 5r. w...11.?h
2426 I nw. 6r. w..?S.5t>; 324 3tl sw. Or. W...1O.50
1310 0 bp. 6r. b...l7.5<^ 724 16th np. 5r. w.10.;"h?
125 I. nw. fir. w...17 "0 tilS 27t!i nw. 5r,w. 10.50
1351 P. ne. 6r. b...l?>'0 1072 Soth nw.5r.wM.50
23:15 8th nw.4r.b. .16 50 270'? K nw. 4r w.10.00
220 F ?w. 5r. w. ..15.50 ^12K? 3d sw. 3r.w..0.4J0
2212 V* pv nw.5.w.l5.54> 125* re. 5r. W....9.00
1616 Vt av nw.6.w. 15.50 loll .Tpffprson.5r.w.s.50
14136 N.T av xiw.5rfw 15.50, l.'JOS 1st sp. Or. W..S.50
1421 N dw. 5r. w..15.50j S03 2d sr. 6r, w 8.4?0
1M?8 L nw. 5r. W..13.40 141 N sp. 6r. W....8.00
110 D bp. 6r, w... 13.50' 1321 Tlalf sw.4r.w. 7 50
1417 Mm w. 4r.b.12.50 1259 Half sw. 4r.w.7.50
205 Va hv gw.5r.w.l2.50
FOR RENT
THOS. J. FISHER & CO.. INC..
Real Estate. Loans and Insurance.
rN FURNISHED.
ISfiT Wyoming av. (2585 Wis av.lOr.b.50.00
14r, 4b. v.-ar. . $3,000 1312 ?'.?! rd. 8r.3b.50.00
1327 ISth nw. 13r. 1S49 Ontario pi nw.
2b, vpar 2.000 1 9r. b 45 50
!40? ft DW. 15r. 1 1SI6 P nw, llr. h.4.1 00
1,800 1?'?3?> 16th nw. Sr.b.45.00
rear 1.800 1728 Wlllard nw. 8r.
1 "Dupont clr,14r 2b .130 2b 40 50
1S32 Conn av nw. 12r. 24.H3 isth nw,10r.b44).50
8b 12*" 1409 24>th nw, 9r, b.
1138 17th nw.9r.2b.123 tenant's neconnt.40.00
1413 Mass av nw. I61. 1305 Q nw. 9r. b...40.00
2b 100 1513 O. lOr. b 40.00
1818 Wyo av. Ur.3b.lO0j 1339 Oak nw. 6r.b.35.50
4001 Conn av nw, 1736 Churen nw.6.1?35.50
llr. 3b 100 812 N J av. 9r. b.35.50
1836 16rh nw.llr.3b. 100 3608 13th. 7r. b. .35.50
1K50 Mint wood pi. 1 ?. i812 Ingleslde ter
1746 P nw. 12r. 2b.83 33 race nw. 14r, b.35.50
24)18 R nw. llr,h..?5.UO 217 T nw. 81. b...32.50
'.956 Calvert 11 w. 12r. 1126 N 11 av nw. Dr.
3b 75.00 b 31.50
? 513 20t\ llr. 2b.75.4iO 1606 13th uw 3o.0?
1119 I nw,12r.b. ...4?.t?0 2M'3 Q nw. 9r. b.3*i.00
!:?47 Biltmore nw. lOr. 71 Fla av nw. 0r.b.25.50
2b. tenant's acct. 1517 Caroline st nw.
1763 P nw. 12r.b. 6O 00 6r. b 25.00
1942 r*alvprt.10r,2b04?.<-0 906 Kont pi np.6r.b23.50
1438 N nw. 10r.2b.58.00 239 13th aw. Mr. b.22.50
1143 R nw. 12r.3b.55.4iO 14??2 W nw. 6r, b..22.50
1627 R nw. llr,3b.55.00 134 V ne. 6r. b...20.50
1S21 g nw. 10r. b.55.00, 714 L se. 8r 15.50
1362 K-'nyon st nw. : 2*?4 1st sw, 6r 12.50
Mr. 2b .'A55 r.14 Morton nw.6r. .12.50
1S31 Q nw. 8r. 2b 50.50- 1039 Cissel al nw.4r. > 50
2S58 2Slh nw.8r,b.S0.00'
FLATS.
? 46 9th at. n.w., 8 rooms and bath $65.00
481-483 Pa. a re. n.w., 14r.. b.. tenant's
account 40.00
206A Morgan n.w.. 5 pxima and bath 22 50
2344% Ge^jr^Ia avp. n.w., 4 rooms and bath. 18.4?0
H58Va Morton st. n.e.. 4 rooms and bath.... 14.ro
234Vs Qulnry sr. n.e . 4 nnnus and bath.... 11.50
627 Pa. ave. n.w., 4 rooms 10.00
COLORED. t
1811 13th at. n.w., 6 rtwins and bath 26.00
1417 Swann at. n.w.. 6 rooma and bath.... 22.57
1238 4th st. n.w., 6 rooms, bath 20.50
83 L at. n.w.. 6 rooms, oath 20.50
Tfce Temple, 1102 R st., 3 rooma 18.00
1119 3rd sr. n.w.. 7 rooms 16.40
624 North Capitol St.. 5 moms 15.80
324 Kentucky ave. s.e., 5r., b 15.30
708 24th st. n.w., 6 rooms 12.50
305 F at. s.w.. 4 rooms 10.50
2857 8th at. n.w., 4 rooms 8.50
1 Baldwin's row n.w., 4 nximi 8.40
22 Snow's row n.w., 5 rooms 7.3S
OFFICES.
470 Louisiana are 1200.00
1226 Connecticut ave., 2 rooms $150.00
1228 Connecticut ave $25.00 to $60 00
S.H. cor. 12th and F sts. n.w., 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th floor* $125.00. $75.00 and $50.00
Caloa Trust bldg. $18.00 to $35.00
981 Q st $10.00 to $27.50
1744 Pa. are., office and coal jard 50.00
Tbe Sterling, 1915 Calvprt St., room In bsmt.25.00
Century bldg., 412-14 5th St. n.w..$12.50 to 35.00
1504 H at. n.w., 2 rooms 25.00
1421 F n.w. rooms 7 and 8 25.00
1423 F. room 8 lf.00
STORES.
1827 F nw. entire j isoo 14th nw.sto.100.01
bldg. year. . .fW.OOO.OO 1228 Conn av nw. 100.00
NE '?or 7th Sc NY av. 1423 F nw, b'ment.75.00
entire bid* . ..800.00 i 9th * I nw. $45 to $65
730 15th nw 200 00 . 32154 Mt Pleaast.45.00
1409 N Y av 175.00 ! 2442 1 8th nw 40.04)
1131 7th nw, entire 1 921 Mi N Y av nw. .32.50
bnlldlng 125.00 ' 2436*4 18th nw 80.00
712 11th nw... 125.00 2111 14th nw 27.50
1*26 N Y ar 100.001924 20th nw 25.00
STABLES AND GARAGES.
1148 Gov al nw 1.000 yr Roar 912 19th nw..20.00
Rpar 1218 19th nw.40.00 2t?21 Gov alley nw24? 0<)
12 Sumner alley..35.00 Rear 1012 14th nw.20.4)0
Rear 1711 II nw. .25.00: Rear 329 Mo av nw.6.15
Rear 1601 N II a v.26 4)0
UNSURPASSED FACIUTIES FOR THE COL
LECTING OF RENTS FROM ALL CLASSES OF
PROPERTY.
THE ABOVE IS ONLY A PARTIAL LIST OF
THE PROPERTIES IN OFR CHARGE, BUT
WE SHALL BE GLAD TO FURNISH COM
PLBTE bulletins ON APPLICATION AT
THIS OFFICE.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO. <Inc.>.
738 15th st. n.w.
Cental realty company?renting our
-pp<ialtr; best selected homes in city; all
.Tassp* "of up-to-date r-sidpn.-ps; call and lPt
our man drive yon to the houses. ?? to -40
W'jodward bldg. M. 20S4.
FOR RENT?
1534 22nd st. n.w.. 12 rm*. A 3 baths..Sioo.oo
1601 b at. n.w.. 13 rooms and bath.... 75.7"'
1453 Mass. ave. n.w.. 11 rrux. and bath 75.7
1013 M st. n.w.. 11 rooms and 2 t?atbs.. 70.7
513 F st. n.w., 12 room* and bath 60.7
1916 Calvert St. n.w.. llr.. 2b.. st'ra ht. t>4?.4?4)
1562 Columbia rd. n.w.. 11 nns.. 2 baths 50.75
SO M nt. n.w., 12 ro/.ms and 2 "baths... 50.4S)
152.4 T st. n.w.. 10 r?K?nis and bath..... 5O.00
271" Ontario rd. n.w.. 9 rooma and bath 45.75
MO Kth st. n.w.. njonis and bath..... 40.50
76 T st. n.w.. 8 rooms and bath 35.75
TS'C 16th st. n.w.. S rooms and bath.. 35.60
11 1 5th st. n.w.. 9 rooms and bath ... 35.50
217 T sr. n.w.. 8 rooms ?nd bath 32.50
'V'5 ;rd st. n.e.. 8 rooms and bath. .. 30.50
1636 3rd sr. n.w.. r, rooms mid bath ... 30.50
86 V at. n.w., 7 rooms and bath 30.50
1532 29th st n.w.. 8 rooms and bath... 30.50
136 Soaton pi. n.w.. 6 rooms and bath.. 27
925 20th st. n.w.. 8 rooms and bath... 25
1833 9th st. n.w.. 8 rooma and bath.... 25.50
604 R st. n.e.. 8 rooms and bath 22.50
227 F st. n.w., 7 rooms and bath 22.00
1"4 K st. n.w.. 8 rooms and bath 20.5O
1445 Pa. sve. s.e.. 6 rooms and bath... 17.50
8-'l4 Pickford pi., 6 rooms and bath 16.50
1614 A at. n.e., 6 rooms and bath 16.50
940 F st. s.w.. 8 room* 15.50
439 10th st. a.w., 6 rooms 15.50
520 R st. n.w., 6 rooms 15.50
020 M at. a.e.. 8 rooms 12.50
2801 4th at. n.e.. 6 rooms 12 00
911 Potomac ave. a.p.. 6 rooms 11.50
1511 S st. n.w., 9 rooms and bath 35.50
1522 T st. n.w., 6 rooms and bath 30.50
4"4 1st nt. n.w., 8 rooms and bath.... 25.50
1231 S st. r w.. 6 rooms and bath 23.oO
945 Fla. ave. n.w., 6 rooms 19.50
1110 26th st. n.w.. 6 rooms 17.00
623 li st. 1. <?.. r, rooma and bath 15.50
470 L st. s.w.. 5 rooms' 10.50
Till WASHINGTON I.OAN & TRUST CO.,
Real Estate Department.
rr>R RFVT-1302 CONN. AVE. N W . IMMP.DI
ately adjoining Ttrltlsh embassy; largo. <paeb>n*
hviuae. admirably adapted for entertaining; h'*t
water heat and oleotric lights through ut; 13r.
and 3 baths; in perfect p??ndltlon. Rent, $100.
PHILLIPS CO.. 350 John Marshall place.
TOR RENT?
I8O8 Belmont rosd. 10 rooms A 2 baths. .$55.50
517 H st n w., 14) rooms at.d bath 50.87
57 Bryant st. n.w . 9r and b . garage... 42 50
1811 3rd st. n ?*.. llr. A b. porrhea. etc.. 40.00
124) nr. s.<*.. 8 rooms and bath 36.00
705 Quinry *t. n.w.. 9 rooms sr.d bath.. 32.50
20 Qnt:.<-y pi. n.e . ?; r?M>in- and bath ... 25 50
TYLER A RUTHERFORD. INC..
728 15th ST N W
f(?K RENT?63l N C AVE. S.E. EIGHT- I
ro??n iwuhf: cellar" furnace; In g4X>d repair;
$80 Sfi JOHN T KN4?TT. dl8 F at.
>16 R NW: 7R. AND B. IN FTR8T CLASS I
eondirion: largf yard and cellar: $25 50.
PHILLIPS CO S:#> John Marshall place.
FOR RENT?
1440 M. 18r, 3h $200.00
124 Vermaot av nw.
13r 4b I.W0.1
1314 19th. llr, 2b 75 O0
1446 N nw. llr. b 45 00
1731 R. llr. b. .40 n?
812 lv'^. 8r. 2b 4" 4)0
172X l^th nw.8r,b.37 50
IP.45 Corc'o. 8r. b.32.80 1
315 M 12r. b ....75.0O 2322 1 nw. 7r 20 OO
'721 Ki n* llr.2b.85.4S) 419 I s*. 6i 12:10
1813 M. 12r. b o<? |
STONF.LEIGH COURT.
A few eery desirable uparuients. now vacant,
10m $50 to $165 a month
THE OLYMPIA. lArh and Euclid.
Very desirable apartments. 3 rooms and bath
to 7 rooma and bath, from $25 to $80 a month.
FITCH. FOX A BROWN.
1183 r at n W __
FOE RENT?OFFICES.
THE KENOIS BUILDING.
11th and G n.w . opposite Palais Roral.
Tti^ verv renter ot t Ii?- buslnoKs district.
Large, light, airv rooms. $10 up. heat, hot
SOd cold water, electric llgi'.t. Janitor service
<Whlte) free; two e]e?Mri.* "levators sll night.
Suodsv and liolidav ? ?! vRenting otfl.
Room 44*4 or HARRY WARD.MAN, 1430K u.w
FOR RENT?OFFICES.
? Continued, i
<; ST. - Sl'ITABIJS FOR OFFICE KOOMS OR
apartment; over Artic le's Drug Store.
LARGE (MUCKS IN BUSINESS SECTION'S;
? $12
and
rlectr!c lights. elevators, steam. Janitor; $12
?2.~>. VICTOR BUILDING. tth at. and
<irant place n.w. Call 6th floor.
A FULL SUITE OF MODERN ROOMS IN THB
remodeled STEWART BLDG.. flth and D sts.
n.w.. costs less than the ordinary single room:
$S and .<10 per month.
FOR RENT?STORES.
NEW STORK FOR RENT; 2 ROOMS IN REAR~
12t5 C, st. n.w.: rent. $1S.50. THEO. FRIEBFs'.
1.11V> N. ^ . ave. n.w.
FOR RENT?
172* Pa. ave n.w ,70.00
?.12 La. avc. n.w 40 00
173-i 7th n.w [[[ 23^50
647 Florida avp. n.w. SO00
414 O st. n.w # 10 29
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND* TRUST COM
PANY. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
FOR RKNT~^ ~~ ~
Corner store and dwelling of 4 rooms: 12th
and Irving sts.. Pnpokland: newlv papered: a
good business stand: open: rent, $25.00 per mo
M??ORE A: HILL Our.). 1420-22 H n.w. '
STORK Toll RENT. J?tLi AND H STS. N.K.:
rent re,lined to $12..jP per month.
211 I'A. AVE. N.W.: PER MONTH. |
Fine, centrally located store, rnanv ve.irs j
dairy lunchroom, and a good location "for any
business: Just ropapered and repaired. An I
opfMirtnnity for business. Rent, per month, 165 i
Apply rHARLFK S. XHRBVE. U*>? 7th at. n.w.' j
FOR RENT-ONLY $35. |
152H 14th st. n.w.
Storeroom, show window, cellar; 2 room* in
rear; yard, to alley.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1.142 New York are.
1 ZtKSr* P,,K TEKM YEARS. THE
first floor of the brick building Nos. 321-323-325
13th st. n.w.. containing approximately a.tfoo
square feet, suitable for warehouse or garage
_L'l'.rpnses. W KA735 15th st. u.*7
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
SPLENDID VALUE; 4 KLKEPING ROOMS. 2D
floor, handsome new house, n.w.; large attic;
..-story effect: large yard: paved alley; outside
KVj.^1 bath; all up-to-date features.
Address Box 154, Star office.
HERE'S THE GREATEST VALFE EVER OF
1 LRED L\ THE NORTHWEST.
1 . rn?1?1 eorner house; never occupied; large
lot: side vard; 1 fV? ft. front porch; open fire
piaee; attic; outside pantry: clothes cbute, etc.
Built for a home. Only $5.2.^0.
OWNER. Box 135, Star office.
BE SI RE TO~SEE~THis^ I
8 rooms; corner 5th and Upshur sts.; large
lot; side yard; big porches; open fireplace;
attic; outside pantry. A big new house bargain
on attractive terms. Open evenings.
FOR SALE?THIS OWNER NEEDS CASH?AND
offers two properties at a sacrifice.
His loss is your gain.
looting fur (3n. An S-room brick on
< npltol Hill."
Two small houses on a lettered street. Rent
ing for $2?'. Price. $1,500.
STONE & FAIRFAN. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE^ ~~ *
SPLENDID INVESTMENT.
PAYING lir? NET.
Each rents for $17.50.
New brick houses on numbered street north
west. Very attractive, with baths and conven
iences. 10 of them. All rented.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?SECFRE THIS BARGAIN
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.
See what we offer for $6,750.
A 3-story bay-window brick.
4 rooms deep on three floors.
3 bathrooms.
Hot-water heat.
2 stairways.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
roil SALE- $4,6<?n. ~ ~~ "
Near 14th and Newton sts., on "The Heights."
8-room brick.
Stable. HOT-WATER nEAT.
Lot 120 feet deep; 15-foot alley.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE-TO SETTLE ESTATE.
$4,500 will buy a 12-room dwelling and lot
20x120, on Eye st. n.w. This is several thou
sand dollars less than original cost of improve
ments.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?$4,500 IS A VERY LOW PRJOK
for a 3-story brick dwelling in that choice
square, "N" st. bet. 19th and 20th. Such a
house would sell for more in the northeast
section.
An out-of-town owner took this house in
trade; will take $2,000 less than it once sold
for. An opportunity to locate in a high-class
neighborhood at a small outlay.
STONE 6c FAIRFAX, 1342 New York are.
F?niS.ALB~HERE'S A CHEAP HOUSE. $4,750
win buy a 3-story, 10-room house on I st. n.w.
frofltlnK P*- ave.; 9 rooms; let
?tavS Must be sold to close estate.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE?A CHEAP CORNER HOUSE.
Reduced to $4,500.
Worth every cent of $5,500.
Almost new, modern, up-to-date.
On a prominent street n.w.; southern and
eastern exposure; 8 rooms, cellar, hot-water
heat.
SELECT WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD.
. Easy payments.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE?$5,500.
New house on a prominent thoroughfaf*
on the Heights.
Three stories, cellar.
Two (2) bathrooms.
Hot-water heat.
_ STONE Ir FAIRFAX. 1342 New Tork it*.
1 SOLD?1 LEFT?YOU WILL BE CONVINCED
or value on Inspection; open all day and lighted
evenings; 4215 9th st. n.w. Price and terms rea
sonable; material, construction and finish of the
iilghest quality; every convenience in these new
1I^rr^^L Lome?: them. D. D. THOMP
SON & CO.. Owners. 1335 F n.vr.
FOR SALE?LEAVING CITY THIS MONTH,
owner will make great reduction in cost of
fine home in Saul s Addition. A ten-room
House very large rooms, hot-water heat, elec
tric lights, oak fioore and large porches. Gar
age with room for two ,an,. This property
cost about $8,500. will accept offer $6,500.
Can be inspected any time. Address Box 209,
Star office.
CORNER HOUSE, ADJOINING CLEVELAND
lark: 8 rs.. bath, large attic and cellar; b.-w.
b.; new; well furnished: 3 porches; fireplace.
m1? 11 at *6'5U0- OWNeC Box 143, Star
F0Ji SAIdS-DETACHED HOUSE IN 8AUL*S
Addition. Center entrant plan; 9 rooms and
bath; large attic. New and contains every
modem eonveuience. A well built house in a
choiee location. I*rge lot. We consider this
o!!wri-?Zh ,?*coI,tl;'na, va5ue ?t this price.
OtM> Easy tprms.
SHANNON & LL'CHS, 713 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-WITH1N BAST WALKING Dis
tance of Inlon station and the Capitol A
?""letire new house of fe rooms and
hath. Hot-water heat, electric lights. Dou
i ..irrf,r p"plh"1 front p<m-h. A Iw
little home at a Tery low priee^?4,lSo. Term,
can be arranged.
SHANNON ic LOCHS. 713 14th St. n.w.
FOR SALF.-I WILL SACRIFICE MT EOCITT
of, *>?'?" ??>? 'JhoUe Son
. . w k 16th " ? aml ln
I'*rJ ">"?liwetit. 6 One rooms and tiled
loth. Hot-water he.t. Electric lights. H*rd
trtm .und Boors. Double rear porches.
S-Teen* and awnings. Better than new. Ex
eepllonally large lot. Price only *5.<i00. Ad
dr.-w OWNER. Box 247, Star offlce.
FOIt 8ALB-LEAX IMl < iry. WILL Pt?iITrVEI,r
aeil at ? sacrifice price sla-mom modem house
located we.t of 16th and Dorth of Park road, la
one of the heat blocks In Mount Plwaant A
loan of (4.onui wa. made on this hovae aboit a
year ago. Will soil for (3.876. on ea?y terms
An adjoining houae held at (3,600. Address Box
275, Star offlce.
FOR SALE-REST NEW HOUSE VALUE IN PUT
worth: Just being completed; verv desirable
neighborhood; 6 large n^ms. tiled" bath* hoi
water heat: eleetrie lights: .?k floors and trim
two-story rear porehes. Similar bouses selllmr
as high as $4,75?>. My price. $3,075 k^Hv
t. rms. Address K.i 32K. Star offi.-^ S
MAKE A ?'ASII OFFER FOR $l.0?M? EOl'ITY
in a six-room mo<lern house on Keefer street
near Georgia avenue; trust, $2,*on must be
sold immediately. OWNER. Box 87. Star
office.
NO PLACE NO HOME
LIKE IIOMR. LIKE OURS.
THE BEST C-ROOM HOMES
ON THE MARKET.
Description: Six large rooms, tiled bath,
hot water heat, sleeping porch, concrete cellar!
?teel construction, wash trays, gas water
heater, servants' toilet, hardwood trim, double
oak floors, ga* logs, electric light, high-class
fixtures and decorations.
Lot 142 feet deep. Plenty of room for
vegetable garden as well as a garage.
This neighborhood is not a speculation.
Clean, high and healthy; made up of home
owners. No possibility of snything being
erected here to tske away from the value of
the present improvements.
Reasons We cash payment and $27.50 monthly,
our of which you save an average of $10 54
Let us explain our terms, which are so "dif
ferent .'
INSPECT 535 Shepherd street
",h *'r'" ?" to .ieorgl, ,.enue and
Shepherd street and walk two blocks east.
MIDDAUGH * SHANNON. INC.
Builder and Owner.
Colorado bldg.. 14th snd G sts
Or telephone Main 6985 for auto service
NEW SIX ROOM HOUSES.
In n W section Attic; l?rge eoloalal
front snd two-story resr porches: hot
water heat: hardwood trim and floor: gas
and ele.-trli ity: servant*" toiiei: wash tubs
OWNER, Bex 213, .Sta. offlie.
EXCEPTIONAL KAKGALNS HOMES AND IN*
vestments; easy terms. Call and get detail"
or a Ro<*i proposition
D. H JOHNSON CO. ,338 H st. a.w.
FOE SALE?HOUSES.
< Continued.)
YOU WILL* BE CONVINCED OF VALl'E ON IX
spection: open day anil evenings; only two.
4215-4217 9th st. n.w.; pri'-?- and terms reason- ,
al'lc; material, construction and finish of the
highest quality: every convenience In these ;
newly arranged* homes.* See them. i
D. D. THOMI'SON & OO., Owners. 1335 F n.w. f
DETACHED HOUSE, SAUL'S ADDITION;
9 rooms and bath; newly papered and
painted; electric lights; hardw<?-d polished
floors; screens and awnings; 50-foot corner
lot; H square to cars.
OWNER, 14(i8 Emerson st. n.w.
| A $0,500 HOUSE FOR $5.5u0; NEW, 2 STORIES, !
cellar and attic; 8 rooms and hath on two floors;
2."? feet wide: deep lor. Just what you have |
been looking for. A wonderful bargain.
PERCY II. RUSSELL CO.. 9th and N. Y sve.
FOR SALE-BIO BARGAIN: A $4.5<H) HOUSE
for $3,900! Best for the money ever offered;
near 14th st. cars; a handsome corner, with
wide parking, on an avenue; 0 cheery, beauti
fully arranged rooms; a bright, dry cellar;
fine, large attic; hot-water heat; electric lights;
hardwood trim; don't miss this gem of a
home; you can't equal It for the money. Ad
dress OWNER. Box 59. Star office.
| NEW HOUSE IN CHEVY CHASE. D. C.: 9|
rooms: h.-w. heat; wide lot; 2 squares from
Conn. ave.; price, $6,800; can arrange terms.
WM. H. RITCHIE.
Phone Main 5231. M 7 Colorado tddg.
I FOR SALE NORTHWEST. BY OWNER*" ~~
Two-story; six rooms and bath; electric and
gas light; hot-water heat; larg" rear sleep
ing porch; large rear yard to paved alley; built
by day's labor for home by owner. (No agents
need apply.) Box 92. Star office.
| FOR SAU5?ATTORNKY HAS AUTHORITY TO |
sacrifice beautiful home on Rhode Island ave.
n.w. for $4,800: has been held at $8.0o0; prop
erty has frontage <>f 25 feet, and improved by I
3-story bay-window brick house of handsome ap
pearance. containing ten rooms ami bath. Ad
dress Box 200, Star office.
| FOR SAI.K ? MY HKALT1KI L, DETA< HK1) j
home, on corner In Mount Pleasant; lot 60x117: i
| ten rooms and bath; hot-water heat; hardwood |
i floors; just painted Inside and out; everything j
, In perfect repair; must be sold at once.
! Trice. $1< 1.500. OWNER. Box 30n. Star office.
I MUST SELL.
j NEW. 5 rooms, tiled bath brick house, fae
Ing Soldiers* Home ground; sleeping porch;
h.-w. h.; electricity; large lot; oak floors J
and trim; will exchange. Address OWNER,
Box 46. Star office.
WILL SACRIFICE NEW HOME; ? ROOMS;
bat hi brick; facing large government park:
three porches; h.-w. .heat: electric lights;
gas; steel beam construction; beautifully dec
orated; price, $3,975; $100 cash; will exchange, f
Address Box 71. Star office.
COLUMBIA ROAD?NEW BRICK: 6 ROOMS;
attic: hot-water heat; sacrifice equity; owner
left town; easy terms; 4^ interest on trust;
save commissions. Address Box 127, Star
office.
$100 CASH. BALANCE LIKE RENT.
Six rooms: tile bath and vestibule:'hot-water
heat: electric and gas lights; colonial front
porch: back porch. Inquire of OWNER, oa
premises. 22 14th st. n.e.
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED?A BARGAIN IN A 9-ROOM DE
tached dwelling in northwest section of city.
Address 1448 Newton st. n.w. 7*
WE ADVANCE RENTS ON VACANT HOUSES.
Collect rents today by placing property with
ns. RENTAL REALTY COMPANY. Special
Rental Agents, offices. 222-240 Woodward
bids:.. 15th and H sts. n.w. Phone Main 20S4.
WANTED HOUSES?TO III Y.
$20,000 TO INVENT IN SMALL PROPERTIES
ranging from $2,000 to $5,000, near Union
station. LAWYER I).. Box 230. Star office.
VICINITY .ARCADE'"ohTI?ETW( ?RTH 0 Ri M >M
house, 3 rooms deep, preferred; part cash; give
full particulars. Box 283, Star office.
6 TO 9 ROOM HOUSE; WILL PAY ALL CASH
aboTe trust; must be bargain: no attention paid
unless full particulars and lowest price given.
Write T. B. BROWN. 670 4th st. n.e.
WANTED?TO KENT.
WANTED?A SMALL. FURNISHED HOUSE IN
northwest by September 15; reasonable. Ad
dress Apt. 140 The Portner. 12*
WANTED-BY FAMILY OF 3 ADULTS. 0
rodoi, 2-storv house, with furnace; not over
$30; by September 1. A. F. HOLT, 629 O
st. n.e.
WANTED?SEPTEMBER 1. BY RESPONSIBLE
couple.* house 0 or 8 rooms: hot water heat;
all Improvements: good location; |>orches:
north-est; rent not over $40. Box 123. Star
office
WANTED?TO LEASE FOR ONE YEAR. liOI SE,
with garage, in Chevy Chase Heights priferr.^d.
718 Evans bldg. 6*
SUBURBAN PKOPEBTRY.
FOR SALE.
6R. COTTAGE; BATH- ELECTRIC LIGHTS:
large porches; chicken house; '-j acre; near cars;
two fares; $2,000; terms to sulr. Exchange con
sldered. R. M. ROACH. Glen Echo, Md.
A SAFE AND SANE IN VESTMENT?VIRGINIA
HIGHLANDS property stands forth pre-eminent
as the best suhurbau proposition ai?out Wash
ington. Ijots, $200 to $300?about 6c sq. ft. And
they compare in advantages with others costing
from a dollar a foot up. Call at our new offi? e,
12th and Pa. ave.
$300 CASH FOR EQUITY IN MODERN 6-ROOM
home; lot 100x100; trust, $1,500, 3 years. $150
cash for equity in old liouse and six acres; Im
proved; fruit; trust, $1,000. Above bargains are
4 miles from city and 5 minutes from car line.
Box 100. Star office. 8*
10 ACRES, FALLS CHURCH. VA.; FERTILE;
running water; 400 feet front ou electric rail
road; location ideal for poultry or trink farm:
Wash., D. C-, 7 miles; price, $200 ]?er ai re.
Address Box 58. Star oflbc.
OWNER GOING WEST WILL SACRIFICE NICE
home at Mt. Rainier, Md., on Bunker Hill road;
7 rooms and cellar; large lot: fruit and flowers
in abundance; 3 squares to cars; 32 minutes to
Treasury, one fare; $2,800. Box 119, Mt. Rain
ier. Md. 12*
FOR SALE?AT A SACRIFICE. N.W. SIB
urban home; 2 stories; 0 rooms and bath; at
tic; HOT-WATER HEAT; hardwood finish.
oak floors: slate roof: city water; sewer; gas
and electric lights; half .sq. from car line; lot
50x100; suap at $3,750; easy terms.
CAItR & RICHARDSON.
Mills building. 17th and Pa. ave.
ABOUT 12 MILES FROM CITY. 8 ROOM
house and 2 acres, barn, thicken house; Falls
Church electric cars. Price. $2,750; $500 cash.
BARBOUR & BARBOUR, 700 10th st. n.w.
NEAR KENSINGTON. 9R. MODERN HOMD;
1*1 tli; hot-water heat: electricity: train and
trolley; macadam road: price, $4.(KM); with
% acre; $5,250 with l^i acres. Phono K?-n
& ing ton 39-K. 11*
ON TWO TROLLEYS
DUNN LORING.
Virginia sutKlIvlslou.
$150 to $300 acre?tenth cash.
Little farms are a reality at DUNN LORING.
Platt and booklet free.
"COLLINS." Exclusive Agent. Clarendon. \a. H'
WILL TAKE $?**? CASH FOR $1,006 EQUITY
in bungalow if party will take up remaining
notes of $2,595: all inoderu improvements.
Boi 272. Star office. 0*
$2.750?$400 CASH. BALANCE $30 MONTHLY?
Five-acre fruit and poultry farm, six-room
house, barn and chicken houses: crops go with
place. Owner, Box 329. Star office. 17*
LOTS 5o BY 150 FT.. ALL CITY OoNVENI
enc.-s, on new electric railroad. East River
dale. $100 to ?2?*>. Terms, $5 monthly. See
Owner, room 820. Rlggs bldg.
A VERY DESIRABLE. MODERN, SUBI'RBAN
home and 15 acres choice garden laud, 3 blocks
from the cars and 15 minutes' ride from city;
liouse has 8 fine rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, heating plant; land lies high, attrac
tive; shade and plenty of fruit. This is Just
what you want. Only $5,900. Box 222, Star
office. 10*
FOR SALE?MASS. AVE. HEIGHTS; BEAUTI- .
ful new 8-room house; large yard; porches;
garage; easy terms, or exchange for city house. 1
Wla. ave. and N at. HENRY W. QFFUTT. |
FOR COLORED.
Wlur pay rent when you can buy a 3 or 8 I
room house with a amall cash payment, balance I
nxmthly T E. O. CASTELL. 315 ftth St. s.e.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN- $3,250 HOUSE
reduced to $2,750; $5o cash and $20 monthly.
Including all Interest: 7 rs. & attic: spacious
porches. A. W. & L. O MALLEI:V,
Kenilworth, D. C. Phone L. 1071.
HALF-ACRE LOTS; 450 FT. ELEVATION;
the most desirable section of Alexandria
county; three ear lines; $500 per Uj aere; $10
down. $5 per mo. 0RND0RK Ac SMITHDEAL,
Cherrydale, Va. Phone Kossivn 18-X.
SUBURBAN HOUSES ALWAYS UNDER CON
atructlon in several subdivisions, l>oth in the
District and out. See CHAS. M. LIGHTBoWN,
across from Catholic Church, Mt. Rainier, Md.
EASY TERMS.
BUNGALOW?? ROOMS AND 7-10 ACRE LAND
?1?? minutes' walk Tuxedo station. 0 cents
commutation. 20 minutes to Kenilworth elec
trics, Near store ami school. Apples, plums
and 25 grapes bearing: $1,400. Write ALBERT
B. * AKN'HAM, Laudover. Md.. R. F. D. 2. ?
$2,500 FOR HANDSOME 6-ROOM BUXGAMtW,
h/ill, bath, gas and electric: ideal location;
onk shade; one fare. Several bargains for
sale and rent now. J. M. EARNEST, Mt. f
Rainier, Md.
HANDSOME. LARGE TWELVE-ROOM, R.
hall home; basement under whole bouse; thre,.
pretty press brick fireplace mantels; steel
range; modern furnace; gas plant; water all
through house; large living rooms; 7 good
sized l>edroonif?: large isirches: lot 180x180. full
of fruit, shade and lawns; ou car line seven
miles out; cost $7,600: price, $3,500: $1,500
cash. GEO. C. WALKER. Kenois bldg. iltli
and G sts.
$2,000? WEST FALLS CHURCH, VA : 6 ROOMS;
modern conveniences: lVa acres; near station,
easy terms to reliable purchaser. a. M.
WHEELER. Jr.. West Falls Church. Va. ?
THERE IS MORE REAL ENJOYMENT
to be had In a ??Home" at
LIVINGSTONE HEIGHTS
than any other section hereabout*: exelU9iT*
convenient, made up of high-class residences'
snd withal the house* ar?* reasonably priced!
Glad to take you out auy time. Free auto
service.
E. L. COCKRELL. owner.
610 E at. Ph. M. 7578.
7-ROOM HOUSE; ALL CITY IMPROVEMENTS;
stationary wash trays: large porches; lot ftOxl&O 1
ft.: fruit tr?*??s and grape arbor. Apply to I
OWNER. 1744 Jaekson st. u.e. Take Md. a?0t
urban ears to lstb and Rhode Island ave. 6*
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOR S AWjB ( Con tinned).
FOR SALE-THE CHEAPEST THING IX VILLA
site: plenty shade; half I dock from oar line; 30
minutes t?> heart of city; must sell. For lnfor
mat ion address Box 115. Star office.
TWO 0 ROOM HOUSE*4; MODERN IMPROVE
ments; large lot*; plenty of shade; 350 ft. ele
vation above Washington; within two minutes
of cars; no cash payment; $25 per month.
QWNFR. Pot 298. Star ? fflce.
CHEVY CHASE. I>. C? BLOCK WEST CONN.
nvM 10 rooms: 2 baths; shade trees; 2 open
fireplaces; sleeping porch: beautiful decora
tions and electroliers; southern exposure; large
lot; $10,500; north $15,000. Address Box
95. Star office.
$? ''11EVY CHASE: 1 ACRE- 8-ROOM
house: 2 blocks Conn. ave.: stone foundation;
frnir and shade trees; chicken run; flne view.
MORGAN BROS.. Inc.. 920 N. Y. are. M.
FOR S A LE
AN VTHING THAT YOU MAY WANT.
FR( ?.M A LOT 50x200 TO 200 ACRES.
ALONG THE LINE OF THE ROCK
VILLE ELECTRIC ROAD. EITHER IM
PROVED OR UNIMPROVED. FOR IN
VESTMENT OR SUBDIVISON.
J. H. MILLER. 1304 F.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
on $100 rash and $15 monthly at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drea
postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RITCHljL
817 Colorado hide. Tel. M. B281.
GENUINE BARGAIN IN CHEVY CHASE, MD..
close to club; half acre; large 8-room practi
cally new house; hot-water heat; fruit; arte
sian well 100 feet deep: $9,000: will consider
reasonable off^r. OWNER. Phone Ctere. 838-M.
B A RGAlN In OHEVY CHASE: SPLENDID
new house of 7 rooms, tile bath, hot-water
h<*at. electric light, sleeping porch, pantry,
linen closet, hardwood finish, splendid attic,
etc.: lot 50x125. Close to Conn. ave. cars.
Price. $5,550. Terms. A. B. Campbell; 1410
II n.w.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE AT WOOD8IDE,
Md.; large porches; attic and cellar; bathroom;
water, electricity, sewerage; lot 171x200; beau
tiful grove; near schools, cars and churches;
built to sell for $G,000. Price, $4,800; $*00
cash, $35 monthly, including Interest. Dr.
CALDWELL, near M. E. Church.
PLEASANT VIEW HEIGHTS?A SUBURB OP
delightful homes for colored folks. Houses and
flols on car line In D. C. Terms like rent.
TEPPER A- OUSACK. 504 E St. Ph. M. 3228.
FOXALL HEIGHTS,
District of Columbia.
Adjoining Georgetown University groanda on
the west: city water, city sewer, gas. electric
light, telephone; macadam roadways, cement
sidewalks; through car service, one fare, 20
minutes to 14th and N. Y. ave. Homes now
ready, from $3,200 to $4,500. Pay like rant.
c. c. laceY,
710 14th st. n.w. Main 7787.
FOR COLORED PEOPLE.
HAMPTON* PARK.
Houses and lots on easy terms.
^ Room 5. 1413 G st. n.w.
BIG OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE NEW
house. 6 rooms and store, on corner; good
business location; modern Improvements; big
lot or acreage of ground.
One 5-room house; two big lots; small chicken
farm.
One 9-room and bath house; modern lmprove
ments; two acres: orchard and garden; will tell
as bargain.
Dr. CZARRA. 732 13th st. n.w.. Wash.. P. 0.
CHEVY CHASE.
"The best suburb of the National Capital."
The home builder will find there more In
ducements than can be offered by any other
suburban section. Buy now and lire there this
summer.
Prices range from 12c to 50c per square
foot.
Carefully, planned and well built homea,
ready to occupy, from $0,750 up.
Branch office at Chevy Chase circle open
every week day.
THOMAS J. FISnER ft CO.. INC..
General Sales Agent.
738 Fifteenth 6treet northwest.
?A BARGAIN."
Seven-room house; windows screened; bath,
toilet, gas light, cellar, furnace beat, slate
roof; lot 48x180 feet: beautiful shade; high
location; 2& squares from cars; property In A1
condition. Price. $2,25<>. Change in position
reason for selling. If you want a suburban
home, cheap, by all means see it today. Apply
to ARTHUR CARR. IIyatt*vllb>. Md.
FOUR ROOMS. HALL AND BATH, WITH
gas; lot 00x140; one block from cars; at
Brentwood: $1,700; a bargain. R. LEE VAN
HORN. 1301 II st. n.w.
For SALE? FIN EST lA)T.S IN TAKOMA PARK;
near electric and steam car lines; water, sewer
and gas; cheap and on easv terms. J. P. BAR.
NEM. Trustee. 823 John Marshall pi. n.w.
FOR REXT.
FOR RENT?$32.50?City-suburban home; seven
rooms; hot-water heat; electric and gas; sewer
and water; pavements; convenient to schools,
churches, stores, etc. 5030 41st st n.w.
II. F. MANDLER CO..
Look for the Red Arrow Sign. 702 11th St. n.w.
FOR RENT?CHEVY CHASE, D. <?.?NEW 7
room, semi-detached house: hot-water heat;
gas and electricity; sleeping porches; fire
places. Adults. Price, $42.50. Box 'MS, Star
office. ?
$30 MONTH; ? ROOMS; BATH; HEIGHTS
n.w.; detached; modern; porches; nicely dec
orated; shade.
REZULTZ.
$32.50; 8 large rooms: bath: heights n.w.;
acre of ground; fruit and shade trees; barn;
? hicken run; modern: large porch. MORGAN
BROS.. Inc.. 920 N. Y. ave. M. 7807.
FOR RENT- NEW DETACHED COTTAGE. AT
Chevy Chase, in D. C.; 8r.. b.; b.-w. h.: haul
wood floors; convenient stores and school; $55,
yearly lease. FULTON R. GORDON. Main
WANTED.
WANT TO RENT A SIX OR EIGHT ROOM
house in Woodrldge, Langdon or vicinity, with
privilege of purchasing; give full particulars.
Address Box 81. Star office.
PARTY WITH $750 CASH DESIRES SO-FOOT
lot; Brookland preferred; state full particulars.
Box 13. Star office.
FOR EXCHANGE
Poll kxcham;e_for SUBURBAN I'LACB-A
beautiful summer home on Chesapeake bay; 65
feet abwve tidewater; magnificent view, beauti
ful lawns and trees, flowers and large bouse
garden: house 8 rooms and bath; water and sink
in* kitchen; the finest artesian well water, sup
plied from tank; stable for one horse or motor;
cost $3,000; no incumbrance. GEO. W. UN
KINS. 1714 Pa. ave. n.w., Washington. D. O.
FoR EXCHANGE--FOR A FARM OR SUBURB
an place with large grounds nearby in Virginia
or Maryland -Two 2-story apartment buildings,
containing ?? rooms and bath and 7 rooms and
bath each, renting $1,030 per annum: in first
class repair: ?-ost $ll.oon. GEO. W. LIN KINS,
1714 Pa. ave. n.w.. Washington, I). C.
NICE BRICK; 0 ROOMS AND BATH HOUSE;
in good n.w. section: will trade for small
farm. PERCY H. RUSSELL CO.,
9th and N. Y'. ave. n.w.
LARGE LIST EXCHANGEABLE PROPERTIED
Expert? to handle your business, and some
thing to exchange for anything offered. M. 7080.
W. II. II. OISSEL. 1301 G st. n.w.
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION. FACING MASS.
ave.; 10 rooms, bath: modern; semi-detached:
leased responsible tenant $40 monthly; cost
$11,000; sacrifice equity; will consider equity
in lots or acreage. Send us your proposition.
Owner must sacrifice. MORGAN BROS., Inc.,
!?20 N. Y. ave. M. 7.S07.
$7<K> EQUITY IN 6-ROOM HOUSE-2928 Sher
man ave., corner Ool. rd., for lota or sell
for $600 cash. Inspect, then see OWNER,
721 Rlggs hldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
$4,400.
Fine suburban property, nearly half acre,
with garden, berries, fruit, flowers, shade and
hedges; high and healthy-; nine rooms and
bath; sewer, water and gas. Or will exchange
for 9 or 10 room bouse, 2 hatha, In n.w.; food
location.
McLACHLEN BANKING CORPH, 10th and O.
GOOD HOME?MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, IN
prosperous Virginia town; large rooms and 2
baths; trade for anything. OWNER. Box 50,
Star office. ?
MY SUBURBAN HOME; BEAUTIFULLY 81T
uated in desirable n.w. section: near cars;
8 rooms and bath: all modern improvements:
commodious outbuildings; fruit: garden; 1
acre of ground; no agents. Box 22<>, Star
office. H*
$*?> EQUITY IN SIX-ROOM HOUSE BE
tween 13th and 14th sts., Holmead Manor, for
$?;(m?. or will exchange for suburban lot. Box
109. Star office. 8*
WILL EXCHANGE EQUITY IN A NEW 9-ROOM.
2-batb. hot-water-heated house. CHEVY CHASE,
I). C.. for lots or smaller house; no agents.
Address OWNER, Box 891, Star office.
ARI^GTON. VA.-fl ROOMS AND BATH: LOT
60 by 200' ft.: Inclosed with privet hedge; oa
trolley; fruit and shade trees; will rent tor $30
or sell. C B MT7NSON. 1826 N. Y. ave.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY 1U LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Special privileges with reepect
to prior payments. TYLER ft RUTHERFORD,
730 15th st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN?$250 TO $500,000 ON D. O.
: :a! estate. Several large trust funds. 4)4 to
5 per cent. All transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. II SAUNDERS ft CO..
Southern bldg . 807 15th st. n.w.
F HAVE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY GILT
EDGE 6?/f notes, any amounts, secured by first
deed of trust (mortgage) on D. C. real estate.
Personal attention given all matters.
D. II. ROLAND DRURY.
Southern bldg.. 15th and H sts. n.w.
SECOND TRUST.
Money to loan at 6% on District real estate.
Any amount from $200 to $5,000 on first or
second tract, in straight notes or monthly pay*
meats, lakes only three days to make taea.
PAUL V. MITCHELL ft OO..
718 14th st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE?
Lowest rates of Interest; most advantageous
terms. Large loans a specialty.
F. li. SMITH COMPANY. 14U8 N. Y. ave.
MONEY To LOAN ON I). C. REAL ESTATE.
6% INTEREST. PROMPT REPLIES AND
ECONOMICAL CONSIDERATION FOR BOB
POWERS.
MOORE & HILL (INC.). 1420-22 H ST N.W.
FOE SALE?LOTS.
FOR SALE? !
Builders ami Speculators, ATTENTION"!
Big bargain In recant ground n.e.; 3y building
lots; thirty-four 12 feet each and five 17 feet i
each. All city Improvements. 1 block from cars.
PRICE ONLY $3,750.
CARR & RICHARDSON,
Mills building. 17th ami Pa. ave. |
FOR SALE-WILL SACRIFICE MY BUILDING j
lot for $1,000; fine location in a newly built-up ,
neighborhood: stae 20*x90' to 15' paved alley; ;
on grade; two party walls; cost $1.i00. This la
a ana p. Address OWNER. Box 328. Star office.
0 ACRES, IN LOTS, 103*180?MACADAM STS..
cement walk, water, sewer, gas. shade; two
blocka from car, one fare; above grade; ^ mile
west of Chevy Chase Circle?a bargain for
builders or homos; flue locality: lots. 7 cents;
entirety, 5 cents.
8. T. DOKSE7TT, Owner. 635 F at. n.w. j
"money wanted.
WANTED?A LOAN OF $2,500 AT 5 PER CENT |
on first mortgage on improved property north
west worth twice the amount; do commission. ;
Address L. E. II.. Star office. S*
FARMS.
FOR SALE.
FOUR VIRGINIA BARGAINS.
442 acres fine farming land. $35 per acre; ,
19 miles city, in Virginia.
6<X> acres, Culpepor Co., Va., $25 per acre.
241 acres, Cumberland Co., Va., $1S per acre.
62 acres near the city on G. F. O. D. R.
R., Vfc mile station; worth $6,li00. Quick sale,
$5,000.
340 acres, Charlottesville, Va., 50-acre bear
ing orchard, $G0 per acre.
Farming suburban property everywhere. Ex
changes mad*'.
ARTHUR M. CONNOR.
223-4 Oxford bldg., 726 14th at.
112 ACRES. 1.500 l'T. FRONTING " 7th ST.
pike; nearly Olney; new bouse; 10 large rooms;
bath; modern; pressure water supply: large
cellar: porches; 2 large barns; all necessary
outbuildings; 4 orchards; $750 from apples
last year; near schools, cars, etc ; extra ten
ant house and outbuilding*.
REZL'LTZ. .
$3,800 ; 5 acres; 7-room house; on RockviUe
pike; open fireplace; fruit trees; outbuildings;
streams tkrough place; fine well; bhade trees;
chicken runs; terms.
REZL'LTZ. .
B85 acres; mostly In oak timber; Laurel, I
Md.; 6-room bungalow; 2 live-room houses; out
buildings; modern Improvements; 80 acres
clear; owner's health compels sacrifice; suffi
cient timber to pay for place.
REZL'LTZ. .
19 acres; Oxon Hill; some timber: good
spring; large frontage on pike- $1.1)00: will
exchange for city property. MORGAN BROS.,
Inc., ?2Q N. Y. ave. M. 7807.
OWNER MUST SELL 30-ACRE FARM, WITH 6
room house; good well at door; barn, woodshed,
henhouse for 500 hens; other buildings; price,
$4,000: $1,000 cash, balance to suit purchaser;
farm Is 1 mile from trolley, on Falls Church
and Fairfax car line; station. Woodford. Call or
adresa Lieut. BATES TUCKER. Vienna, Va.
NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND 15 ACHES Or |
land, % mile from electric R. R., 10 minutes'
xdrive Berwyn station; will sell for $3.5o0. For
further Information write to E. T. SHEA, Ber
wyn, Md. 6*
MARYLAND HOME; 27% ACRES; NEW 2 STY. |
bouse, 40x22; cellar, attic, porches, gas, running
water; barn; 250 fruit trees; near elec. cars; a
bargain. BOOTH'S Farm Agency. 700 10th n.w. |
aul4*
$17,500 WILL BUT THE ALTAMONT SPRING
fruit farm, live stock and equipment; imme
diate possession; a $5,000 crop this year; 105
acres; 9.000 peach and apple, young orchard;
elegant condition; altitude, soli, air. drainasre
perfect; located on top Blue Ridge mts., af
fording a grand view of Cumberland and
Shenandoah valleys; 65 miles n.w. of Wash.,
D. C., on B. & O.. at Rohreravllle sta.; no In
cumbrances; good buildings. LANCELOT
JACQUES. Sr.. Smithsburg. Md.
BEAUTIFUL OAK-WOODED SITE, 36 ACRES; I
% mile D. C. line: springs and branch; only
$3,000. Just the place for poultry or fruit.
Easy terms. BOOTH'S FARM AGENCY. 700
10th st. n.w. 14*
WANTED.
IN VIRGINIA. 5 TO 8 ACRES: 4 OR 6 ROOM
rfnd bath bungalow: water; shade; fruit:
fenced: suitable for poultry: running stream i
through property: lease witfi privilege of
baying: rent not to exceed $15. Address Box
9ft. Star office.
MOVING. PACEING & STORAGE.
Fireproof Storage
Estimate* Furnished.
Household Goods.
840 Separate Locked Rooms
$2.00 Per Month and Up.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.
920-922 E St. N.W.
Phone M. 6900.
PALLED VANS. $4 AND $5 LOAD.
Phones Main 1915-1916.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE OO..
005 NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
Packing & Shipping. Storage. $2 van load.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTELY
FIREPROOF STORAGE. PACKING & MOVING. !
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.,
/ S 10th ST. N.W. PIION'E MAIN 4229.
WE WILL STORE YOUR FURNITURE 1TOR
$1.00 per load.
SAFETY STORAGE CO..
1540 7th st. n.w. Phone Ool. 851-Y.
STORE YOUR FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC.. ,
at WB9CHLERS. 920 Pa. are. n.w. Ratea
reasonable. Estimates cheerfully given. Phone
1292.
WE ARE CONTINUALLY ADDING
To onr equipment to Insure careful handling of
your Furniture. China and Bric-a-Brac.
PACKING-STORAGE?SHIPPING.
Large Padded Vans and experienced men
Get our estimate. Phone M. 2010.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS. 1226 H st. n.w.
WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO. UNO.).
916-18 Pa. ave. n.w.
FIREPROOF STORAGE.
Rooms. $2 mo. up. Phone Main 261.
Estimates furnished.
FREE MOVING FOR STORAGE.
Call N. 43i5 or N. 1840 for estimatea. 200
separate rooma. SMITH'S TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO.. 912 S st. Night ph N. C992
LEGAL NOTICES.
E. S. DIV ALL. Jr., Attorney.
(Filed August 5. 1914. .1. R. Young. Clerk.?
IN THE 8UPREME COURT OK THE DISTRICT
of Columbia.?Edward E. Murray and Charles
C. Murray, co-partners, trading 'under the firm
name and style of Murray Brothers, plaintiffs,
vs. Jacobson & Company, a corporation, de
fendant.?At Law, No. 5707S.?The object of
this suit is to recover $425.oo, claimed as dam
ages for breach of contract to furnUh and
model a certain ceiling and casts for a certain
hotel building located at White Sulphur Spring*.
West Virgluia. and to have judgment of ?'<?> i
demnatlon of certain property ??f the defendant i
levied on under an attachment issued in this
suit to satisfy the plaintffs claim. It i- there- ?
fore this 5th day of August. 1914. ordered that
the defendant appear in this court on or !>efore |
the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal
holidays, after the day of the first publication ;
of this order, to defend this suit and show j
cause why said condemnation should not t?e
had: otherwise the suit will be proceeded with
as in caae of default, provided a copy of this
order be published at least once a week for
tthreo successive weeks In the Washington Lsw
Reporter and The Evening Star before said day.
By the court. WRIGHT, Justice. (Seal.) A
tree copy. Test: J. R. YOUNG. Clerk. By
F. W. SMITH, Asst. Clerk. au6.13.20
PRANK STETSON. Attorney.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co
lumbia, Holding Probate Court.?No. 19765,
Administration.?This Is to give notice that the
subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has ob
taned from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia letters testamentary on the estate of
Lorinda A. Hooks, late of the District of Colum
bia. deceased. All persons having claims against
the deceased nre hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authen
ticated. to the subscriber on or before the 21st
day of July. A.D. 1915: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of said estate.
Girven under iny hand this 4th day of August.
1914. NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST
COMPANY. Br FRANK W. STONE. Second
Vice President. (Seal.) Attest: JAMES TAN
NER. Register of Wills for the District of Co
lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. au6.13.20
SLEMAN A LERCH, Attorney*.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
of Columbia.?George Plltt Company (Incor
porated), plaintiff, vs. Van Sinderen I.indsley. de
fendant.?At law. No. 57035.?'The object of this
suit is to recover the sum of two hundred fifty
six ($256) dollars, with interest at 6<*. on time
hundred six ($3061 dollars from July 7. 1012. to
November 17, 1913, and on two hundred fifty
six ($256) dollars from November 17. 1913. until
paid, and one 87.100 ($1.87) dollars protest fees,
and to have judgment of condemnation of certain
property of defendant levied on under an At
tachment Issued In this suit to satisfy the
plaintiff's claim. It is. therefore, this 23rd
day of July. 1914, ordered that the defendant
appear in this court on or before the fortieth
day. exclusive of Sundays snd legal holidays,
after the day of the first publication of 'his
order, to defend this suit and show cause why
said condemnation should nor be had: oth?*r
wise *he suit will be proceeded with as in .-use
of default, provided a copy of this order be
published at least once a week for three suc
cessive weeks !n the Washington Law Reporter
?nd The Washington Star before said day. Rv
the court. WRIGHT. Justice. (Seal.) A true
copy. Test: JOHN R. Y*.UNG, Clerk. By A.
W LEVFVSALER. Asst Clerk. jy23.30.au6
Experienced Advertisers Prefer
The Star
PROPOSALS.
I OFFICE OF THE 00M MISSIONERS, DISTRICT
| of Columbia. August r?. ISM 4.?Sealed proposals
will he receive*! at the office of the Secretary
of the -Board of Oimtnissioners, Room 509, Dis
trict Building, until II o'clock p.m., August 14,
1014. for furnishing and installing certain addi
tions b* the heating system of tl*? Franklin
School Building, located ?n 13th street, between
I and K streets n.w., Washington. D. C. Blank
fornix of proposal. specifications and all neces
sary information may be obtained from the chief
clerk. Engineer Department, Koom 427, District
Building, Washington, D. C. OLIVER P. NEW
MAN. FREDERI' *K L. SIDDONS, CHESTER
HARDING, Commissioners, D. C.
a u6,7.8.10.11.12
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONEIIS OF THE
District of Columbia. Washington.*August 4.
1914. Sealed proposals will be received at this
office, Kcm 509, District Building, until two
jo'clo^k, p.m.. August 10. 1914. for furnishing
[and delivering nine automobiles, for use by
departments of the District Ooverntnent.
! Specifications and form of proposal may be ob
tained from the Purchasing Officer. D. Koom
320. District Building. ol.IVER P. NEWMAN.
FREDERICK L. SIDDONS. CHESTER HARD
ING. Commissioners, D. C. au5-3t
SEALED PROPOSAL FOR THE FOLLOWING
fuel for the United States Senate for the
fiscal year ending June 30. 1015. will be re
ceived at t*he office of tlie sergeant-at-arms of
the United States Senate until 12 o'clock noon
on the 29th day of August. 1914, and at that
hour opened in the presence of those bidders
who elect to be present, viz: "iO tons, more or
less, best extra hard white ash nnthacite coal,
stove size: 20 tons,, more or less, same coal, !
chestnut size; 2.000 bushels, more or less, best
hardwood charcoal: 30 cords, more or less, best
hickory wood. 1?> inch lengths. Apply at the
office of the sergeant-at arms of the Senate for
further information. CHARLES P. HIGGINS.
Sergeant at-Arms, United States Senate. ?
au6.1S.20.27
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
at the bureau of standards. Washington. D.
C., on forms sunplied upon application, until 2
o'clock p.m. August 10. 1914. and then opened,
for furnishing from time to time during the
fiscal year 191." services as follows: Schedule 2.
carpentering and cabinetmaking. These services
will be required according to the demands of
any work which cannot b? reduced to formal
contracts for particular jobs. an5-3t
EDUCATIONAL.
IX WASHIXGTO!!.
NATIONAL
UNIVERSITY
LAW SCHOOL
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.)
46th Year.
OPENS OCTOBER 1. e:30 P.M.
For catalogue, application blanks, etc.. address
the Dean, at the Administration Offices, Southern
building, phone Main 6617, or after October 1
at National Law School building, 816-818 13th
st. n.w.
CASUALTY HOSPITAL WILL INAUGURATE A
training school for nurses Sept. 14, 1914. Those
d?-siring to enter this school should matriculate
with the superintendent before Sept. 1, 1914.
WasMmgtoini Business
AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
1317 N. Y. ave. M. 43Q4. W. C.POTEET. Prin.
Steward's
Bosnmiess College,
BRENTANO BUILDING.
12th AND F STS. N.W
Phone Main *671.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR.
This school has been wonderfully suc
cessful. 22 students entered the first
Monday and Tuesday in August.
August is free to all who start now.
W ood 'sConnime rcialSchool
SHORTHAND.TYPE WRITING. BOOKKEEPING.
Ell East Capitol nt. Phone Linen. 38. 29th year.
SUMMER RATES IN ALL BRANCHBS.
THE ORILLERY,
BUSINESS AND CIVIL SERVICE COLLEOm.
1100 New York avenue.
SPANISH r
dividual Instruction; easy, qulca metnod; sead
card and will gladly call and explain parttcii.
lars. R. LA MARCHE. 507 Masa. ave. n.w.
63rd Session. Founded 1853.
EMERSON INSTITUTE.
Affiliated with the Leading Universities.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
Prepares for
Colleges and Universities.
All Professional Schools,
Government Academies,
1'. S. Revenue (Gutter Service.
Commissions in
U. S. Army.
I'. S. Marine Corps.
r. S. Navy Pay Corps.
. Diplomatic and Consular Services.
' I . S. Patent ?>fflce.
Next Term Begins September 16. '14.
For circulars and catalogues address W. H.
RANDOLPH. A. McD. CRAWFORD, Principals,
1740 P st. n.w., Washington. D. O.
Ff^TDICAl mpn wIth training
tLCv I lmlw#%L*re always in de
nand. Having
trained over 2.000 young men in the past 21
years in the fundamentals of Applied Electricity,
The Bliss Electrical School, with its well equip
ped shops and laboratories. Is peculiarly well
qualified to cive a condensed course in Electrical
ENGINEERING
Including Mathematics. Steam and Gas Engines,
Mechanical Drawing. Shop Work and Theoretical
%?YfTy> and Practical Electricity, in all
iWlfM///1 branches. Students construct dy
VAminyhfS tiamns. Install wiring and test
efficiency of electrical machinery.
W Course, with diploma, complete
L IN ONE YEAR
For practical young men with limited time. 22nd
year opens Sept. 23. Catalogue on request. 407
Takoma Ave.. Washington. D. C.
SUMMER SCHOOL.
6TRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Oth and F Streets. Phone M. 8438.
W. F. Dales, Ph. D.,
1763 T N.W.
COACHING: Languages and Mathematics:
OUT OP WASHINGTON.
Fauquier Institute yoonguadies.
Warrenton. Va. The 55th session begin Sept. 24.
1914. Situated in Piedmont region of Va., 55 mllea
from Wash'n. A limited and thorough home achool.
Rates, $230 upward. Catalogue on request.
Miss NELLrE V. BUTLER, Principal. Box 23.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE.
1696?ANNAPOLIS, MD.?1914
Department of Art and Sciences of the
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND.
Special advantages for students purposing to
study Law or Medicine. Spacious campus, gym
naslum and drill grounds. MILITARY DEPART
MENT under direction of Army Officer. Adjoining
the U. S. Naval Academy. Also a Sub-Freshman
Class to prepare for entrance to college. Terms.
$300. Session begins Sept. 16. For catalogue
address the Rerlstrar.
Western Maryland College
WESTMINSTER. MD.
REV. T. II. LEWIS. D. D.. LL. D., President.
Delightfully located in the highlands. 20-acre
campus. Modern buildings, completely equipped
iaUiratories. library, gymnasium, athletic field.
FOR YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN.
Classical, scientific and historical courses for
the A. It. Degree, Pedagogy, Music, Elocution
and Oratory Courses. Also a Preparatory School.
$250 a year for board and tuition. (Catalogue aud
view l>ook furnished, opens September 24.
The Mercersburg Academy
FOR BOYS Mercersborg! Pa.
Send for catalogue to
Wm. Mann Irvine. Ph. I>.. LL. D.. Headmaster.
Box 124.
TRAINED'MEN WANTED.
Educate yourself as a well paid engineer,
teacher, investigator or skilled scientific
worker in a strong, practical course at the
MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
DEPT. S, COLLEGE PARK, MD.
MONTROSE?A SELECT PRIVATE SCHOOL IN
the country for girls aud small hoys. De- ,
llghtfully located In the most healthy part of
Maryland. Terms verv moderate.
MISS HARDEY. Highland. Md. :
SUMMER RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY. IV. J.
The Loraine,
Private baths; fresh ssd sea water: running
water In rooms; elevator. Special Sent, rates. ?
A. E. WAGNER. Proprietor W^ R. LAYTON. Mgr.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia ave., close to beach and all attrac- J
tion*. Capacity, 600. Sea water baths, private
and public; largo, cool rooms; elevator; ex
tensive porches, etc., etc. American and Euro
pean plans. Special American plan. $2.50 up
dally. Booklet. W. F. SHAW.
SUMMER RESORTS.
I ATLANTIC ftTV. X. J.
The Silverton L',TklT, :7., "7r
Cap.. 200. $1.50 op daily; $!> up wwklv. Bath
ing from hotel. JOHNSTON * 1IASLETT.
Leading Hleh-class Moderate Rate Hotel.
Albemarle ^
yachting, all ocean piers, theaters, etc., etc.
Coolest location; open surrounding*; 4.000
ft. porches; li?0 large. cool front room*;
private baths; elevator; e*cept''mally pood
table; fresh vegetable* and w? food from
private aupply: good cooks; attentive, courte
ons service; specially catering to families
and those desiring the comforts, convenience*
and attractions of the larger luxurious
hotels without the excess In cost. Reduced
rates?$9, $lo. 812..V) up weekly; $2 up dally.
Booklet. Established ownership management.
J. 1* ?\)PB
WINDERMERE
Booth Carol Ins ave., 2nd honse from Reach. Ele
vator. Moderate rates. R. C. A- M. A. Render.
WHITHER, :?"?%,
1 pier; excellent table; $2 up dally: up weekly.
1 M. R REN" N KM A.N ? '
HOTEL SHOREHAM
I Virginia.ave. near beach; best location: < Vipadty,
3^0. Thoroughly modern: elevator, prlvat" bath*, j
; etc.; excellent table. $2.r>0 up daily. $12..Vo up
| weekly. Booklet. E. 11. Ll'M?Y.
Hotel Lexington
Pacific at Arkansas are. Spacious grounds with
tennis and croquet courts adjoin beach and
Boardwalk. Only hotel where guests mar c?>
from house to surf In bathinc attire without
using stivets. which Is prohibited. Use of bath
houses with attendants to care for suits is free.
Running water in rooms. Fresh and sea water
baths, public and private. Special rates. $1.80
and up daily; $8.00 to 817.50 weekly including
choice table supplied from own farm. White
service. Orchestra; ballroom. Booklet mailed.
PAUL 0. R0SECRANS. M*r.
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
Massachusetts Avenue and Beach.
Booklets on request. F. 1*. PHILLIPS.
The Wiltshire,
Improved. Capacity. ftfiO. Private baths, running
water In rooms, elevator, etc. Music. Sj?cclal.
$15.00 up weekly, 83.00 up daily. Ofre-n nil the
year. Booklet. SAMUEL ELLIS.
Hotel Maryland iira*hk Muale.
Garage. *1.G0 day up: $7 ^
SOMERSET
Arkansas avenue, second house from Boardwalk
and Million Dollar Pier. $?. $10. $12.50 weekly,
$1-50 lo $2.50 daily. Good beds, j?g^gfc-AW_
ILESWORTH
American and Etjropean plans. \ irglnla ave.
and the Boardwalk. Capacity 600. Every ap
pointment. Including hot and cold sea water
baths. Table and service uuexcelled. Orches
tra. Open all year.
ELBERON
and Fireproof Annex, Tennessee ave., near
Beach; central; open surroundings; opposite
Protestant and Catholic churches; capacity 5O0;
new throughout; running water In rooms; pri
vate baths; metal beds; 4,000 feet of lurches;
excellent table; fresh vegetables: windows
screened; white service; booklet. Special, $8 to
821 weekly; $1.50 to $3.50 daily.
R. B. LTTDT, M. D.
HOTEL WILLARD,
FORMERLY RIO GRANDE.
New York ave. and Reach. Fireproof Capacity.
300. Newly furnished. Private baths, running
water in rooms, etc. American and European
plans. American plan, 810 up weekly; 82 op
dally. Entirely new management.
A. J. KILPATRICK, Manager.
FPOMTFN Aft Kentucky ave., 100 yds. from
? nvni bflrtwBeach. Center of attractions:
modern, high-class, as good as the best, rapac
ity, 250; elevator, etc. Special, $.S up wkly.
Sat. to Mon., $3.50; o^ean-vlew rooms; metal
beds, superior table, white service; porches over
look ocean. Booklet. W. F. WATTS.
105 ST. JAMES PLACE,
Near beach; elegantly furnished rooms; bathing
permitted; breakfast If desired; moderate rates.
BEAUMONT Beach. * Refine'l ^family
hotel; finest cuisine: bathing from hotel; shower
baths. Special. $9 to $15 weekly. L. K. LOWER.
Yo? ukl The MONTI CELLO
A HIGH CLASS FAMILY and TRANSIENT
HOTEL. Kentucky ave., near beach and all attrac
tions. A good table. Choice rooms. Private
baths. 82 up daily, special weekly. Booklet
mailed. A. C. EKHOLM.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.1 J.
Joaiah White A Sons Company.
HOTEL MAJESTICImflnR.?h:
Whll.- service, etc. Siiperiot' N
fl2.R0 up wklr: $2.50 up dgy. Wt M-A^SMrTH.
' mrs. sct/rrs coTTAoa
810 00 weekly. Mrs. S?-ott of R. I. ave.,
Washington, D. C.. now prepared to entertain
her Washington friends at 133 Ocean ave., cen
ter of attractions; bathing from house; larga,
airy rooms.
Tabor Inn,
excellent table; bathing from hotel: 12th season
owner's management: moderate rates. A.M.Dunn.
Berkshire Inn are-'HigS-clasa rulatn.
and ?2 ud dally: *10'VdickS&N*'
,aw. private hnth?. etc. J. K.
The Waldorf, Smk-* from n??rd
wa*. A -rave,,.
rates.
kentonTmll
??Cwa.C,rlr*.\.
strvcted ocean view, ruuu u? trOS KENT,
elnator; capacity. 500.
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
Ho OarollDa a??. ?nd l">ach: Prl??<e . b",A!':
hotel bothwell
Virginia ave.. second house from Boardwalk
and Steel Pier. Every anpointmunt.
Highest standard in cuisine ana service. Booklet.
ASBI'HY PARK. M. J.
HOTEL BRUNSWICK,
XSBCBY PARK. N. J.
DIBEOTLY ON THE BEACH.
NOTED FOR ITS HIGH
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE.
MORGAN * PARSON'S.
The Bristol
Direct Ocean Front. 16th Season.
Ideal Summer Home for Discriminating People.
Ownership Management.
BANTA ft IIn.YARD. Ashury Park. N. J
OCCAM CITY, 5f. J.
NORMANDIE BY THE SEA.
Accommodate 600 guests; 100 suites with pri
vate bath; hot and cold sea water; also arteslun
well water; own Ice plant: electric lights; tele
phones lu rooms* elevator- from street level;
telegraph fetation: directly facing ocean; cul*ine
the beNt. For rates and full Information and
booklet address P. II. S. CAKE. Manager.
OCEAN GROVE. N\ J.
OCEAN FRONT HOUSE,
Ocean Grove. N. J.; directly on the o ean. 810
week up; transient*. #2 up. C HOCKEY*.
BKHOHOTH BKACH. OBL.
HOTEL HEN LOP EN.
June to October. Season 191*.
Booklet. WALTER BCRTOV. Owner and
Washington Cottage
Directly on the o ean. Wide veranda*. Airy
A. B. DAT. H*
rooms
PKN-MAR. PA.
Mt. Forrest Inn
Bon Air Cottage
Blgkt at park: all conveniences; large, co^i
j, mitT!"B?"r Dtmau^
Booklet
BLLK RIDGE g I'M MIT. PA.
Woodmont Inn
Blue Ridge Summit. Pa.; high altitude; excellent
cuisine; sanitary app'ts: reasonable rate*; hk'.t.
Chapman Manor
Batlt of sione: beautifully situated; sear sta
tion; Highest point In Blue Ridge rota.; brfgkt,
cool rooms; mod. conveniences. Dancing. Booklet.
SUMMER RESORTS.
M 4RYL%*D.
MV ANN "S HOTEL.
Plnoy Point. Md.
Open July 1st. located on the Pntomo#
and St. George* river*. tine ?!.ade; good tftb!*t
boatlnc. ft?! inc. lotlilne. iui a e and
dan<-in?;: ni.-?. $1 M per dav; $7 to $0 par
Wfck; take Md. ar*l Va railway ateamer. f*>og
of 7th at. wt arf: converan-e mWt? all *te?^
?n J T SWANN. Plner Point. Md.
LOCH LYNN HOTEL,
Mountai-i Lake Park, Md.
JCOW OPEN*. Table nnoicell.s1 Good anal^
C -?*tent daucln; teseher; ?wlmm'nc pool; bo*W
In*; pool, tennis Wrl'e for twv?k'iet.
L R O LIST. Proprietor
BRADDOCK HKK.HT*. MD.
CVI 1/| A \V|?or.i.e?. modern ?'"n
|J I LV I/\ v? 'nlenco. Reasonable r??w.
For terms aM-e?*
Mias l.aMAll. Rraddoek Helghta. Md
IIOTHI. lilt i IIIHM "K
?nly fp>m Wa*h'n va
?. A- ?? ?: It Riding,
it-;. Dancing. Tennl* e?r. |*n
-nr| ass. ?1 s enery. larg*. ?wl
r.'"Tn-. apa<lw? porchf; all
mad con . prlv it? art.-., el,
Unfit. ?t.- Mil rat-*. H. O.
Bond. Hradd->ck Heights. Mil
"THE AVALON."
On Catoetln mountain. Altitude. 3.200 ft. Psro
afr, good water and n<> mosqultoea; all modern
conveniences?garage. For terms, etc., addreaa
Mr? THOS ft MYKfL*
"THE NIBRAH HOUSE/' ~
Eighth season. Modern conveniences. Eieetrto
light* thronghout. Wide po-ehea. Notedly g??o4
table Oarage Booklet Mra J A II \RRDT
CHESAFK 1KB REACH, MD.
High View Hotel ZTl
Ex. tahle. Hoard and room. f7 * ft* R?oaa ooly
$5 weekly Sjn-.ial rat?-a to part lea. S. V. FINK.
OCR4% CITY. MD.
Seaside Hotel
Tnder new management. Faring the oeeaa.
MISS J. M FRIF.U
The Oceanic & Mt. Vernon
Ocean front. J. I>. SHOW ELL. Prop.
Directly on Beocb.
M. R NEWTOV.
Owner and Mgr..
isn? 17th n.w.
The Breakers
THE COLONIAL
On Roardwalk. Rnthinc from Hotel. Flrst-etaa
table. New manajt' incnt. N. C. HKAN. Prop.
\ lm.iNiA.
Orkney Springs Hotel and Baths,
Orkney Springs. Va.. open June 1 to Nov. 1; de
llchtful Miium-r report: elevation. 2.300; min
eral waters equal to Carlsbad, Germany: capac
ity. 7."?0; varied amuaementa; temperature 85*;
beat environment a; good table; nice people; re*t
ful: homelike ftookl.'t. n r CARTER. Prop.
North Hill F^KufrvA?8
215-acre colon.al farm B'-at. near Rlnemont. cm
Shenandoah river: valley, mt and water aceoevy:
shad-d ground!*; tlfhing. boating, swimming; frvnfc
milk, frutt*, f.wvls; $* wk. till Nov ; no chlldrOO
taken; circular. MAFRICE CASTLKMAX,
Berryvllie. Clarke county. Vg.
COLONIAL MK'ACH. VA.
Mits. s. taski:k "
The King George House
COLONIAL REACH. VA.
Beach frout: ?.ne Mock from landing: largo
porrhea. Dinner. Mic. Kates reasonable.
WEST VIRGINIA.
AND COTTAGES.
On Allegheny Mountain Top. Ilrookslde, W. Va.,
10 mile* from Oakland. Md.. ou li. & O. De
lightful, healthful location. Rest of everythiug.
Season opened June l!?l. For uew booklet writ#
E. J. Kirkpa trick. Oakland. Md.
AURORA HOUSE,
Crest of Beautiful Alleghanies.
Open for the aeaaon. Home comfort*. Excei.eat
table. Mualc?dancing. Very moderate rata*. Auto
aervlce from trains. Write for booklet.
J A SHAFFER. Pron -
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. VA.
HOTEL DUNN
BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. VA.
Only 3 hour* ride from Wimblitictun,
R. & O. R.R., in the mountains of \Ve*t
Virginia. Noted for i(n famoua waters
for the cure of rheumatlnm.
Modern convenience; electric lights; telephone;
private bath*, hot and cold: moderate ratea.
For booklet, rates, etc., addreaa
DANIEL PI'SN.
HARPERS FERRY. W. VA.
Hill Top House
In the pi< turesqiie mountains of Ilarpe-a Ferry.
W. Va. Roomw with bath. T\ S LOVETT.
Sparrows Inn SaSS^S2iJfi;s?
cellent table; delightful air and vlcwa; goad
flahlng Historical. Miaa FI/>RKNCR SH VWRN.
Ferry.
llhie Lock wood, S'rT.'.
Jone 16. Large rooms; shady grounds: table aad
aerrtce excellent. Mra. A P. DABIIKI*.
RRACKETT IIO('SB-OVERL?i?KS K1VLH. AM
pie grounds; mountain air; pure water; airy
rooma; own aarden. chlckeua. ct?wa; home atylo.
Mra. C. NEWCOMER.
Any one among: the uninitiated who
cares to learn what a Litter earm*stuewi
sport is anionp t!ie titled and the ri<h
should spend the winter season at St.
Moritz. Switzerland.
St. Moritz is a costly, mountain-barri
caded playground. People floek to it
from thousands of miles around to dis
port In the snow and skate upon its lake
in the sweet seclusion of their kind. \
beautiful air of serious endeavnr per
vades everything during the short months
of its glory.
Almost anywhere around St. MoiitB
in winter one can find thoughtful young
ladies, head downward In the snow,
waving grotesque skis in the air on a
pair of frantic legs. These young ladies
are regularly excavated; they go falter
ing down the mountain again, soon to
halt legs-up and engage In another upurt
of energetic signaling.
.Skiing is one of the main sports at St.
Moritz. Every one at this resort lahorg
throughout his stay to master its ma
neuvers. In the beginning the visitor
Jockeys for tedious hours upon even
ground. T^ater he struggles up the near
est mountain and indulges in an agoniz
ing slide into the valley. If he lives to
learn the art of sliding off of precipitate
mountain tops on a pair of long slender
boards he may enjoy the true bitterness
of life by studying the details of ski
jumping. This consists of sailing down
hill at the greatest possible speed and
springing over a yawning cliff at the
bottom of the course.
St. Moritz has a famotis bobsleigh
course. With any kind of luck, the en
deavorsome visitor should l?e able to
break something of his while devoting
himself to its headlong charms. Tin's
course is the scene of gripping, de
termined effort during the season. Group*
?f young men. young women, old men
and old women are to be seen all hours
rjf the day steadfastly "training" for
racing events. The problem of winning
such races consists of keeping on the
course. The losers eer- rally slid* off tho
course. They r? *^h the valley first, some
thousands of feet below, but mostly in
no condition to claim a victory.
Sport at St. Moritz is a more serious,
tamest thing than a course of matiio
Datics at West Point.
JUDGE E. H. NORTON DIES.
3nee Served in Congress and Su
preme Bench of Missouri.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. August 6.?Judge
SUJah H. Norton, one of the best known
urlsts of Missouri In t?ie early da>*.
rho served as a member of Congress
md upon the state supreme benUeh. died
oday at his home in Platte <*it\. lie
vas ninety-two years old.
If you want work, read the want ? ol
fmns of The Star.

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