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.THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 8AOTEDAY, JULY 27, 1912.
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NEW YORK STOCKS WERE VERY
DULL, WltH.BRIQRS GENR-
ALLY HALF POINT XOVR.
NEW YORK, July 27. The usual
Baturday dullness was all prevalent an
Wb.11 Btroetl Tbo news was of the same
mixed but generally satisfactory teno r,
but no one tared to do much of any
thing. The general price list suffered
to the extent ot point
Traders have come to mako tho last
day of the week a holiday, and this In
difference to operations on the final
day of tho week restricts business,
whllo it orfers opportunities for a bear
raid or a bull manipulation that may
oomo any Saturday.
Everywhere, In London and here, there
Is a decidedly cheerful feeling regard
ing Americans. There was some un
easiness' on reportsvof black rust in no
wheat sections and on the proposed and
actual tariff tinkering, but these wore
simply Incidental. The break was duo
to fa'ck of Interest and the closing up Of
some accounts by traders who were
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
ejaotatlons furnished by W. D. nibb Co., numbers of New York Stock
Exchanc. Washington Btoek gxchangs. and Chicago Board of Trade. Hlbb Building.
INDUSTEIALS.
Tea.
HIh.LoTr.Cloie.aoe.
Amftl. Copper Mtt 62H Ktt I 82
Am. Beet Su. com.... 72 W 72 72 I 72tt
Am. Can cum..- S6V4 S6V4 S6V4 I 86V4
Am. Cot. Oil com 63Vi HU OUI U
Am.IcaSeour. Z7H MH 27 I 26H
Am. Locomotive, con 4 wVi 4Vi I I6H
Am. Bmelt. & Ret, co 8Stt SSH E3H I SSV4
Am. Tel. & Tel 146 UGH 1I5H 1 14SH
Anaconda Copper.... 41H 41H 1HI elts
Corn Prod. Ref. pfd.. 81 81H 8m I 81
Great North. Or H 48K 8H I 3Vi
Oeaarai Bleotrlc 188 181 182H 1 182
Intar. Harvester 120 120 120 1 180
National Bis. com.... 180V WO 130 1183
National Lead com... C8i 68 M I 68
Peoples Gas of Chi...UV4 116 116 I
Aall. Stel Springs, plos 103 103 I
U. 8. R'lty & Im, con 82 824 82H I 82H
U. 8. Rubber, com.. 61 62- 62 I
U. 8. Rubber, pfd.. iOn 106 105 1 108
V. 8. Steel, com.... 70 69 70 I 70V4
U. B. Steel, pfd 112 1UH 112 I
Utah Copper 61 61 1I 1
Va. Car Chem. com 49 49 4 I 49
West Union Tel.... 82 81 Bin I 82
West'house Eleo Mai 80V 79 80 I 80
BONDS.
B. AO. Gem. Cs S7H 87H 7H I 87V
C.B.&Q. Joint .., 96 96 96 I 96
C. R. L & Pac 4'S.... 6S 68 C8 I 68V
Int Metro. 4's 82H 82 82V4 I 82
Pa. Cob. 8'a. WIS.... S7V4 97V 87V4 I 97H
V. B. Steal 2nd 5'a.... J02 101 101 1 102
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to The Washington Times by A.
O. Plant & Co.. 141S O street northwest.
Wheat. Open. High. Low. Close.
September 94 94 93 93
December 96ft 96V4 96 96
Corn
September 65 65 65 65
December 56 56 56 66
New York Cotton Market.
Furnished to The "Washington Times by
A. O. Plant & Co., 1415 O sertte northwest.
Open. High. Low. 2:45
September 12.66 12.66 12.66 12.66
October 12.80 13.07 12.80 13.07
December 12.97 13.07 12,97 13.07
Bride Beats Husband
To Show She Is Boss
NEW TORK, July 27. "Tou bet your
life I'll be boss."
Mrs. Resale Schwartz, eighteen years
old," of 420 Meserole Btreet, Brooklyn, a
prepossessing bride of three weeks, flung
this answer to her husband's complaint
before Magistrate Hylan, In the Man
hattan avenue police court, Brooklyn,
and stamped her foot when she said It
John Schwartz, exhibiting a cut over
the eye and one behind the ear, had his
wife In court on a summons to show
cause why she should not be charged
with assaulting him.
"How old are you 7" asked the magis
trate. "I'm twenty-two and she's eighteen,"
aid Schwartz. "We've been married
three weeks."
Schwartz said he just couldn't stand
his "wife's abuse." She wants to be
boss, he said.
"Yes, and you bet your life I'll be the
boss," brolce In Mrs. Schwartz. "I'll
not take orders from you or any other
man, so there."
Gets Jail Sentence
For Wielding Knife
Charged with "threatening In a men
swing manner" with a butcher knife,
William J. Brooks, to whom according
to testimony he had formed a "singular
tllBllke," Alfred Barnwell was arraigned
to the United States branch of the Po
lice Court and, on being adjudged
fullty, was sentenced to serve thlr.ty
ays in 1ail.
Barnwell pleaded that he had been
drinking heavily and did not remem
ber that ho had chased Brooks with the
butcher knife as witnesses testified.
FINANCIAL
Deposits Over $5,400,000.
AN EXAMPLE OF OUR
"PERSONAL SERVICE'
Recently, before going abroad, a gentleman turned over to
us his financial matters to be attended to during his absence.
This service consisted of
Collecting his income from investments as they fell due;
p Clipping coupons maturing on bonds;
Instructing various corporations In which he held stock to
forward checks to this bank to be credited to his account
while he was away;
it
er
r
Faying taxes and expenses at specified times;
' puylng stockB and bonds when they. declined, and selling such
investments when-they showed marked advance, etc.
v In the meantime we will give our careful attention to all his
affairs, and relieve him of all worry and care while away.
This is but one Instance of our "Personal Service" available
to customers at home or away. "We will be glad to have you,
call and discuss your business matters with us.
The Commercial National Bank
Corner 14th and G Streets N. W.
The Bank of Personal Service
willing to. take. alight losses. to. gctjut.
Directors of thp United States Btcel
Corporation will meet on Tuesday for
tho purposo of passing on quarterly
dividends and tho qquarterly report.
Net earnings for the quarter will bo In
tho vicinity of $25,000,000. If the- earn
ings reach expectations provision will
have boon made for tho dividends,, .de
preciation, etc., and a small net sur
plus. The dividends will unquqestlon
ably be declared.
Mercantile agencies predict the largest
expansion In business, based on the
large crops that now 'seem assuroa.
Ono unfavorable factor was an Increase
of 4,608 In Idle cars, probably concentra
tion in advanco of crop moving.
Earnings of the Harvester company
are the largest In the corporation's
history. Losses Of l8 wore reported
In the usual active leaders. Steel, Read
ing, and Union Pacific. Illinois Central
again surprised Us friends by a full
point advanoe on light trading. Metals
wcro strong and fully held their own.
RAILROADS.
Tea.
High. Lo w.Close. Close.
At. T. ft S Fe., com 108 108 108 1 108
Atlantic Coast Line 140 140 149 1 140
Bal. & Ohio. com... 109 109 109HI109V4
Brook Rap Tran.... 91 91 91 I 91
Canadian Pacific... 26S 264 266 1 266
Chi M & St P., coal03 103 103 1 103
ChL & N. W.. com.. 189 139 139 1 139
Del. & Hudson. .....168 168 169 1 168
Brie.com 85 86 85 I St
Q. Northern pfd J40 140 140 i 140
111. Central 133 182 188 1132
Inter. Met, com 20 20 20 I 20
Inter. Met, pfd 68 68 I 68
Lehigh Valley 167 167 167 1 167
L. ft Nash 158 168 168 1168
Mo. K. & Tex., com.. 27 27 27 I 21
M. S. P. & S. 8. M., 0.143 147 147 1 143
Missouri Pacific J6 36 86 I 3$
Norf. ft West 117 116 117 1 117
Northern Pacific... 023 123 123 1123
Reading-, com .164 164 164 1 164
StL.ftS.F.,2dpfd 86 8S 85 I 84
South. Pac. com.. ...110 no 110 1 110
South. Rait, com... 29 Zv 29 I 28
Union Pac. com J69 168 168 1 169
Wabash com 4 4 4 I 4
Wabash Pfd 13 18 13 I 13
Western Md 69 69 59 I 69
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to The Washington TImea by
Harrlman & Co., New York; G. B. Chlpman.
manager local branch, Colorado Building.
uia.AsK.
Anglo Am. Oil 18
19
Aran. Marconi 8
Atlantic Qoldfleld 29
Bay State Gas
Bradcn Capper 7
British Col. Copper 6
Cont'l Rubber 12
Chicago Subway 4
Olroux Mining 4
Greene-Cananea 10
Kerr Lake 2
La Rose Con 3
Manhattan Transit 2
Mines Co. of Amer , 3
Nlplsslng Mines 7
Ohio Copper
Standard Oil N. J .39S
TonoDah Belmont 9
3?
ifc
6
13
6
5
10
2
3
IS
7
1
392
9
288
3
Tonopah Mng. of Nevada 6
Trl Bullion
United Cigar Stores 285
Yukon Gold 2
Bank Statement Shows
Increased Deposits
NEW YORK, July 27. The weekly ac
tual bank statement shows the follow
ing; changes: Loarr s, Increase, J6.879.000;
deposits, Increase, $7,722,000; circulation,
decrease, $324,000; specie, Increase,
f 3.103,000; legals, decrease, $228,000; cash
required, J2,807,200; cash surplus, In
crease. S72.700.
A year ago there was an actual sur-J
plus, including trust companies admit
ted t othe clearing house of S17.745.4fi0,
and two years ago a surplus by bank
alone of $47,636,625.
Lady Richardson Plans
Appearing in Salome
LONDON, July 27. Lady Constance
Stewart HIchardson, who before her
marriage, was Lady Constance Mac
kenzie, and who several years ago
startled New York society by her dar
ing dances, will return to America In a
few weeks. This time she will go as a
professional to appear at Hammer
stein's Vlotorla Theater In a produc
tion of Salome, which Is to be staged
by Relnhardt.
When Iady Constance entertained so
ciety It was for the benefit of charity,
but shortly after her return from her
last trip to New York, she decided that
she might as well have a benefit her
self, so she did a turn at the Palare
Theater, where the style In undress was
set by Maud Allen some years ago. Her
most recent escapade was refusing to
recognize Queen Mary, and telling her
majesty to move aside, so as not to
obstruct the view In the art exhibit
last winter.
FINANCIAL
Total Resources Over $8,000,000.
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Restores the BLOOD CIRCULATION and
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OOOD. Booklet and Consultation Free.
Hours. 10 a. m. to In, n; Sundays, II to 1.
Lady Assistant. Prof. 11. N. D. PARKER.
1022 th it. N. W.
BIG AD HERE EVERY MONDAY.
LIGHTNING RODS installed and repaired
by J. H. KUEHLINO, Electrician, 602 12th
st. N. W.
NERVOUS DISEASES.
Our system finds the cause of chronlo suf
fering or we refuse to take the case.
DR. J. C. BUCHANAN. Neurologist.
Ml M St. N. W. Booklet on Request.
CHURCH NOTICES
CALVARY' BAPTIST CHURCH. Ith and II
sts. N. W. Rev. Samuel H. Greene, D. D.,
pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. ra. ; P. H.
Brlstow. superintendent. Public worship,
with sermons by Rev. A. F. Anderson, nt
Chicago, 11 a. m. and S p. m. ; church prayer
meeting, Thursday, 8 p. m.; teachers' club,
7 p. m.; deacons' meeting. 7 p. m. C. E.
(meetings: Sunday, 6:30 p. m.; Tuesday, t
p. m. All are cordially Invited. --
FORT MYER HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH
Newton Wanger, supply minister. Text,
John t, tv. "In Him was life; and the life
was the light of men." 1..
EPIPHANY CHAPEL. J2th and C sts. B. W.
Rev. Charles F. Edwards, vicar. Services:
Sundays. 11 s, m., 8 p. m.: Wednesdays, I
p. m. 1
PERSONAL
MISS CAIN
MANICURING AND
SCALP TREATMENT.
718 7th St. N. W. Apt L Ph. Muln 7426.
MISS WELLS MiSsn? iSJ W
AVE., 3d floor front. Hours, 8 to 6 p. m.
ORA FIELD r-SJ
Scalp Treatment 701 H N, W.. second floor.
LADIES, I teach hair dressing and manicur
ing. 15. Switches and Psyches made from
combings. Mirror Beauty Parlors, 910 F nw.
FINANCIAL
Capita! 11.000,004
Surplus and Undivided
Profits Over 11,000,004
WE CAN ASSIST YOU
IN MANY
ways through our various
well equipped departments.
Caring for your bank de
posits and paying Interest there
on. Managing your property.
Caring for your valuable
papers, silverware, c.
Writing your will and acting
In all capacities of trust.
The Washington Loan &
Trust Company
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY EDSON, President
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuate during dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (first mort
gages), well secured on real estate tn the
District of Columbia, constitute "gltt-4ge"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of Individuals or cor
porations for tbelr stability, and are exempt
from taxation as personal property. We can
supply such Investments In amounts from
l&oo upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
HENSEY CO.
in 1ITU BTREET N, W,
limee
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Drown fox terrier, male. With white
, spot on breast, long tall; answers to the
name of Brownie ! had on collar and two tags
attached: 95 reward It returned to 134 Ken
tucky ave. B. E. .
LOST Bunch of leers.
between 7th and M
la. N. W. Reward.
su. and 6in ana L sts. N. w.
Address box. mi. Times office. XT
LOST Going from the Southern Building to
nigs Bank, 175. Iteward if left at store.
UK 14th st. N. W. 1 "
LOST Old-fashioned gold breastpin, keep.
Mite1.' Marshall Hall. IUward LEVIS, ear
W. F. ROBERTS. 1413 New Yofkve, ft. VT
LOSTr-Qold watch, small, July 13, on 11th st,
Reward. ' NONIB PAYNE, 613 13th at. Nw.
23, umbrellas,
1 dinner pall,
2 pins,
1 belt,
1 valise,
1 suit case,
1 card case.
I coats, ,
I packages.
6 flag's.
1 clock. ,
J' pair glasses,
2 toys,
2 books.
v.l,nocketboolc
1 thermo bottle.
i i
hat.
WABHINOTON TERMINAL. CO.,
UNION STATION.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
ainL for general housework In apartment;'
ramiiy oi z; sm.r nignis; onng' reierences.
Apartment 31. 2633 Adams Mill road N. W.
QIBLf Colored, to couk and general house
work. 1771 Lamont st.
MAID Neat, general work, 3-room apart
mn.tt Trefereocs, required. 603 nochara-
beau. i
Tt:
Slimt BACKERS-Experlenced, finishers,
hand Ironers, and collar and cult Ironers.
Oood wanes. TOAZEE-POTOMAC LAUN-
DIIY. 18th ana d sis. n. W.
WAITRESS Experienced.
JIB sth street
N. w.
WOMAN Qood, reliable for general bouse-
w nrV ! ffOOd Wll! hrtnr r.f.rnn.. 1f
1st N. E.
WOMAN Neat, middle-aged, for general
housework. 1424 th st. N. W.
WOMAN Settled,
of two children,
inont st. N. W.
to assist with the caro
Apply Apt. 42, 1417 Bel
1. WOMAN for general housework, to go to
.Norm wnasapeaice ueacn lor tne summer.
Apply 412 11th St. N. E. 1..
WOMEN Neatly dressed, for outside work.
Call between 1 and 2, o'clock, U( Kenols
Building. 1
HELP WANTED-MALE
BOY Colored. IS to 16 years old, to do gen
eral work In restaurant; must be tidy. 1714
Pa. ave. N. W.
BOY (About 18 years old, to work about
factory. Apply COLUMBIA PAPER BOX
CO.. 64 Hanover st.
BOY to attend horses and work In grocery.
PORTON'S MARKET, Uth and Md. ave.
N. E.
BOY with one year's automobile experience.
Apply at once. BOX 393. Times office. !
BOYS with
N. W.
wheels. 1223 N. Y.
ave.
1
BOYB over It years old. with bicycles. Ap
ply WE8TERN UNION TELEGRAPH OF
FICE. H01 F St.
BUTLER White or Japanese. 30; also two
colored waiters, (16, leave city; fares given.
El'REKA. 10U Now York ave.
COATMAKER At once, steady work, by
piece or week. A. M. GRIMES, S3 King
St., Alexandria, Va. 1
COACH PAINTER At once.
St., Alexandria, Va.
116 North Pitt
MACHINIST Experienced, automobile,
ply at once, BOX 333. Times office.
Ap-
MEN Four neatly dressed, for outside work.
Call between and 12. 211 KenoU Bldg.
1
MEN to learn barber trade. Only few
week required. Wages after flrst month.
Steady poslton guarantee. Write for cata
logue. MOLER'8 BARBER COLLEGE, 207
Bowery, New York city.
NEW YORK FIRM opening branch office In
Washington wants man over 30 years ef
age, with business and selling experlnce,
to take entire charge of their local business.
Excellent permanent position with salary and
commission. Very best references and de
posit of 1300 cosh necessary. Firm guaran
tee deposit by placing bond In Washington
bank. Address giving references and full
Information. M. M. CO.. 1133 Broadway. New
Tork.
RAILROAD MEN 100 good colored: extra
force on the B. & O. railroad; free trans
portation. Call 810 M st. N. W. or Union
Station. Monday. V
WASH MEN-Expertenced. Apply ELITE
LAUNDRY. 2119 14th St. N. W.
WHEELWRIGHT Experienced, sober and
Industrious man. M. R. READY, 1011
Flo. ave. N. E. 1..
WANTED, BELTABLE MAN
to learn the auto .business and be prepared
to accept a good position.
NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE.
Ith and O sts. N. W. 1-
Open till p. m. 1
YOUNG MAN-Brlght, for receiving clerk
and assistant salesman. Apply to GOLDEN
& CO.. S28 La. ave. N. W. 1..
HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITINGCom-
filete course Pitman, Barnes, and Gregg,
th touch typewriting and machine at
home, 110; Syllable. 130. Private Instruction.
BTENOdRAPHIC INSTITUTE. Colorado
Bldg. PhOne M. 1142.
COMMENCING Friday. August . 1812. at 10
a. m., there will be held an examination
of colored applicants for teachers' certificates.
Apply to J. W. KEY. Pomonkey, Md.
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL U lessons
to pronounce well: to speak, read, under
stand, translate, easy courses all grades; stu
dents coached; expert teacher. MLLE. V.
PRUD'HOMME, 310 Ind. ave. and Id at. nw.
1-
8HIRT FINISHER First-class, man or wo
man, out of town, about 60 miles from
Washington; rood wages; steady employ
ment. BOX tSl. TImea office. 1..
HALL-NOYES SCHOOL
Summer Annex now open. Csocblng la
class or Drivslslv. Pnnti-
FRANCES MANN HALL, A. !. Principal.
221 B St. N. W.
1
THE DRILLERY. 1100 N. Y. AVE., now has
summer rates In SHORTHAND, TYPE
WRITING. BOOKKEEPING. AND CIVIL
SERVICE COURSES. We secure ur stud
ents positions.
WANTED SALESMEN
SALESMEN WANTED to sell on commis
sion basis only; In "Washington and sur
rounding territory; references required.
PHILADELPHIA SCOOP CO.. 134 N. Second
St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Female.
LAUNDRY to do at home or to work out by
the day. 740 4th St. N. W.
SITUATIONSr-WANTED
Male.
BAKER Bread and cake, 30 years' experi
ence, good ornamenter fancy cakes, good
In every branch of trade, wants position or
ta c engine oil Uin ML . . I
POBITION as lanltor or porter, either night
or day work by reliable colored man. BOX
396. TImea office.
POSITION as chauffeur: 2 years' experience
on gasoline citrs. BOX 398, Times office.'
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED To buy old feather beds. When
selling, why not drop postal to MARKS 4k
CO. I Old reliable firm. 423 loth, opposite
gas office, or phone Col. Wl-M.
WANTED Furniture ror cash. Bell yeur
goods to tho man who gives you ths most
money, tee HOP WOOD. Ith and K. I
WANTED Furniture. Pianos. Carpets, sta
Phone M. 13 for wagon, or have us call
VSBCHLER'B." 920 pa. ave. N. W. 1-
JGUEST CASH prices paid far worn cUth
ing: elthsr ladles' or gentlsmen's; send
astal: will coll. B. TARBHESL 1WS 7th St.
DOSI
N. W. Phone North 4M.
WANTED Desirable furniture, oil kinds an
tiques and modern; also leather beds: best
results. Drop postal or phone M. 1732,
Bee M. GOLDSTEIN. 713 K N. W. -
PIANO' TUNING
PIANO TUNING. I1.M: POLI8HING. M.t-0;
All player-piano and organ work guaranteed.
Main 211, or drop postal to HERMAN'S
PLAYER-PIANO SHOP. 1120 p. Ve. nTw.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished.
UTH ST. N. W., 736 Handsome parlor and
bed room combined, 4 large windows,
south and east exposure t nicely furnished!
15 week; other rooms, Sl.fO week up; near
all cars and departments) transients accom-
UIUUBICU,
C ST. 8. E., 1-Thres cool outside rooms on
td floor for 1. n. k.t newly papered; bath;
heat and gas.
MABB. AVE. N. W., KJ-One or -two nicely
furnished rooms with good table board.
E ST. N. W., Mi-Three nicely furnished
front rooms; convenient to Census Office.
B ST. N. W, 205-Two elegantly furnished
front rooms; bath; convenient; reasonable.
Q 8T, N. W., 116-Large
front and back
room; rent 111 month.
Apply m U at. nw.
EYE ST. N. W., 1012 Large elegapt front
rooms, clean beds and towels; best service;
gentlemen; adjacent to cat- lines,
II ST. N, W 17 Light, airy front room; all
convenience: very reasonable.
NEW JEHBEY AVE. S. E., 4J-Two elegant
ly furnlshedroomsi 13 week; 1. h..k. If de
slred.? 18T ST. 8. B., Hi Two nicely furnished
rooms; bath and all modern conveniences;
opposite, House Office building. , ..
ID ST. N. W.. 7M-Cool rooms, private,
every convenience for light housekeeping;
reference. ..
D ST. N. W., Ml Nicely furnished front
room, housekeeping or rooming; reason
able. -
1STH ST. N. W., 81S Furnished rooms with
table board; 2 squares from War Dept.
6TH ST. N. W 1408 Furnished room, seo
ond floor front 1
UTH ST. N. W., 0t Two furnished com-
munlcatlnr rooms, front and back: sec
ond floor; 1. h. k. !
K BT. N. W WH-Two rooms on second
floor, with or without housekeeping. 1
1ST ST. N. W., 20-Second story pay win
dow and adlolnlnr room: cas ranee, dishes.
refrigerator. 1
H BT. N. W., tlH-Nlcely furnished rooms,
also basement room, for 1. h. k. !
N ST. N. W.. 1414 Two beautifully lighted
rooms, adjoining bath: restful home !
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 432 Large newly fur--nlshed
rooms; light housekeeping permit
ted; 33 per week. !
N. J. AVE. N. W J21-Newly furnished
rooms, near Government Printing Office
and Union Station. 1
CLIFTON ST. N. W., 1205-flecond story,
electricity, telephone privileges hot water
always. Col. JSS. 1
EYE 8T. N. W., 1121-Two large, bright,
cool, front rooms, overlooking park. 1
E ST. N. E., 1M4 Two rooms, heat, gas, and
bath: t: partly furnished If desired. 1'
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W.. 708 Two second
story front rooms furnished for light house
keeping; one other room. 1
NEW YORK AVE. N. W., 940-NIce large
room, light housekeeping. Ill month. .
TH ST. N. E.. 421-Nlcely fur. second story
front room; convenient and quiet; reason
able.
2D BT. N. W. 623 Nicely furnished front
parlor and smaller rooms; 2d floor. 1
II BT. N. W., 622 Two room with small
kitchen; also large front room furnished for
light housekeeping. 1
FLORIDA AVE. N. W.. 1347 2d floor rooms,
cheerful, airy and reasonable. !
G ST. N. W., 427 Two second floor front
housekeeping rooms; southern exposure;
reasonable.
D BT.
able;
N. W., 229 Furnished room reason
aUo ball room.
MOUNT VERNON. 487 PA. AVE.
Rooms 11.60 and 12.00 per week.
N. W.-
M ST. N. W., 1303-Large furnished front
room; southern exposure; bath same floor;
reasonable rent. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
Unfurnished.
716 FAIRMONT 2 rooms and hall room;
kitchen hoa coal range and private toilet;
110
S ST. N. W.. n Two light unfurnlshsd
rooms; southern exposure; 2d floor; near
bath; 1. h. k.; private family.
CTH ST. N. W., 140 Throe rooms, third
floor, with sink; two second floor for L h.
k.; reasonable. 1
4TH ST. S. E., 200 Four bright rooms, ar
ranged as apartment; excellent condition;
corner property; modern plumbing and heat
ing; convenient location. I
N ST. N. W., 1451 Two beautiful cool rooms;
second floor; 1. h. It, 116 monthly; phone.
. 1
R ST. N. W., 1427 Large second floor alcov
room; bath some floor; reasonable; phone.
7TH ST. N. W, 213 Two second floor rooms,
opposite Center Market; all conveniences
for light housekeeping. 18 month. !
II 8T. N. W HI Newly papered unfurnished
parlor room; reasonable rent. !
10TH ST.. 1111 Beautiful large 3-room flat;
cool; summer rates: IIS.EO. 1..
F ST., 1203 Desirable communicating rooms
above Rice's Studio. 1
lITH ST. N. W.. 17U Four outside rooms
with bath for 1. h. k.; cool and airy. !
IF TOU WOULD be Interested In a desir
able suits of I or i td Doer rooms and
bath; heat, gas and gas rangs at vary rea
sonable rent, vacant July 16. apply ltff sta
st. N. W. Phone N. 271$.
FOR RENTROOMS
Furnished or unfurnished.
SOUTH CAROLINA AVE. S. E., 123-Fur-nlshed
or unfurnished front rooms; newly
papered: for L h. k.
K 8T. N. W.. 1117-Nlcely furnished and un
furnished rooms. ..
FLORIDA AVE. N. E., lU2-Two furnished
or unfurnished, heat and gas. !
ROOMS AND BOARD
9TH ST. N. W., 733 Rooms and
Board, 5; table, $3.50; 6 a. m.
breakfast; men only.
MT. VERNON PL.. 803 Facing Carnegie
Library; largo rooms; all conveniences;
with excellent board for 3, 135 per mo. 1..
COLUMBIA ROAD, 1321-Cool, delightful
room including flue homo table; to 130
monthly; lawns.
D 8T. N. W.. 118 One nicely furnished small
room with good board.
N ST. N. W., 12U One large light front
room; 3 closets; 2d floor; airy back room;
excellent table. !
II BT. N. W., KB Newly furnished single
and double rooms with good board. -
L 8T. N. W 90s Nicely furnished rooms
with board. Phone North 2378, 1..
2D ST. N. W.. 510 Larcje cool rooms with
excellent board; 15 week; mechanics or
clerks.
WANTED-R00MS & BOARD
GENTLEMAN desires room and board in
small private family; state price. BOX tii.
Times office.
DANCING
GLOVERS, CIS 22d St. nw.. private lessons
any hour E0o; waits and 2-itep guaranteed
In lessons. Phone W. 1129.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING SCHOOL. 100 EYE ST. N. W.
Social Dances ev. Mon. eve. Ph. M. 2342.
i
DAVISON'S, Prof. & Mrs.. 719 Ith st. N. W.
'Latest dances taught any hour; class and
dance. Tue. ev. Ph. M. 4U4. Electrlo fans.
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dances. Folk Dances.
Belasco Theater, top floor. Select. M. U2I.Y.
PnOF. WYNDHAM. Ill Uth St. N. W.I
teaches all dances; class Tus. ft Thur., 7:30;
lesson, too; 6 for I3.W; private any hour.
Phone Main M7.
UMBRELLAS RECOVERED
M. H. PHILPITT, Reliable Umbrella and
Parasol Maker. Repairing and re-covering.
Cravenette. gloria, and silk. II. 901 E st. Nw.
MATTRESS MAKING
HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES RENO
vated aad remade, 13; all work by experts
and guaranteed ttrit'Class. CAPITOL BED
D1NQ CO.. 12" 7th St, BW,: phons N. UC.
1
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS I
FIVE BIO BARGAINS IN TftADKDIN
tirniQHT PIANOS.
KNATJB UPRIGHT I1M
HA RDM AN UPRIGHT flCO
BTE1NWAT UPRIGHT 17S
CIIICICER1NO UPRIOHT..il00
BTEIFF UPRIOHT V.I1W
O. J. DeMOLL, CO..
12th and O Bts.
NEW SAMPLE
, FURNITURE
And Ulgb-Grade i
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
. AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR, 709 G St N. W.
FOR 8AE Day mare, .good driver and
saddler; kind and gentle; for lady. Call
at BROWNING BltO., Coffee Dealers,
211 10th st. N. W. 1..
200,000 URICK and all material from ten
houses now being wrecked;' also IS electric
fans.
T. EDW. CI-ARK,
Expert Wrecker, Builders' Supplies,
Day Phone North 279. Night Phone North 7141
, 1 ".
COMPLETE FURNISHINGS, at second
hand prices, of S-room house, 104 Eye'st.
N. W. Call from to 6 p. m. V
GOOD PIANO FREE.
We have a limited number of good
square planr. any one of which we
will be glad to LOAN YOU FREE OF
CHARGE FOR SIX MONTHS, In or
der to make room for new pianos. All
you pay Is cost of hauling.
F. G. SMITH PIANO CO.,
Bradbury Bldg.. 1217 F st.
SAFE Fine condition, cost f95, will sacrifice
for to. 1
FINE TONE square piano, stool, cover,
music: excellent condition, $75. 2442' llth
st. N. W. 1
EBWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
MS Drop Leaf Singer fll.M
1111 Drop Head Singer 129.0
M0 Wheeler and Wilson ,.........10.O
New Sowing Machines, II down and Wo
week. Cleaning, 60c. Open evenings.
IL R. GIVEN. (26 Fa. ave. & E. Phone.
$20 THE DAVIS 520.
Sewing Machine prices cut la half. Easy
payments.
FREE REPAIR
Estimate made on all machlasa. '
DAVIS AGENCY, ? VWF
i-
DOOR8, windows and lumber. Apply 431 6th
st N. W. vv i
13TH 8T. N. W., 613-Flats of two rooma and
bath or will rent single for bedrooms; rea
sonable. BEER BEAVER'8 Family Lager I7Z n
Beer, case ot 24 bottles... 191
TIN Qhl Port- fiherry, Cataw- fTK
wll,Mb, and blackberry, 1 gal. lOC
BEAVER'S 422 4H st. s. w. Main (112.
FLOOR OILS
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the floors clean and bright and gives
them a polished finish. Good for your fur
niture. Try It. 60c gal., delivered. Used by
the U. 8. Gov't and over 8.000 families for the
last 25 years. US Ps. ave. N. W.. M. 6458.
DENTISTRY
PAINLESS DENTISTRY-SPECIAL PRICES
Beautiful work, best material. Vacuum Suo
Uon Plate, 13. Gold Crowns and Bridge work.
13. All fillings, 60c up. Painless extraction and
cleaning FREE. Work guaranteed. ARMY
AND 24AVY DENTAL PARLORS. N. E. cor.
1th and F. Entrance. (39 F st, N. W. 1
WORKINGMAN'S WANTS
WORKWOMEN In Justice to all concerned
you should see this stock slightly used
suits. 13 to 110; the question of saving cash
on the deal Is up to you; we pats It on; one
price. JUBTH'B OLD STAND. 619 D. 1
NOTICE TO LADIES
V1AVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH;
natural,
Bon-suralcol: cloth-bound 400-Dace
booa
frss. Apply by mall, sit Colorado Building.
Fro lecture i for womsn Wednesdays at
i:m.
1
HAT CLEANING
WHT THROW your old straw or Panama
Hat away, when yeu can have It cleaned.
blocked and made like new while you wait.
OLTMPIA HAT CO.. 90S F nw. Eatab. 100.
LOAN COMPANIES
$10 LOAUS
and upward secured for salaried employes.
owners of furniture, and others.
110 loan. ...35c weekly I IS loan....8Jo weekly
IIS oan....Mc weekly 1 133 loan....9So weekly
loan. ...70c weekly I ISO oan...l- weekly
If tou have a loan elsewhere, brine In tout
receipts and we will show you how much
you eon save by borrowing from us. Having
loans elsewhere does not prevent your getting
loans here.
Credit once established with us Is as good
as a bank account In time of need. Our rates
and. plans have proved to be the best because
our customers are glad to come again.
ABLINGTON & CO.,
402 JENIFER BLDG.. 400 7TH ST. N. W.
LOANS ON RENTS
It you own a house rented to a respon
sible tenant we will loon yeu an amount
equal to a year's rent en a contract as
signing the rent to this company. Per
haps you need money to make repairs
or to pay taxes 7 We will advance It to
you. There Is lots or property that
would bring In more rent If It was put
In good' order. We can help you to put
It In good repair.
W also loan on Pianos, Furniture, and
Indorsed Notes.
CITIZENS
LOAN COMPANY,
Suite 406 Commercial Bank Bldg.
N. W. COR. 11TH AND G STS.. Ith FLOOR.
' 1-
CAPITAL LOAN CO.,
602 F ST. N. W.
FUENITURE LOANS.
Loans mads on, your own signature.
No
Indorsement required. You mvy have been
refused a loon
m by some company. on'
Don't let
that interfere with you calling on us.
us. Wl
moke loans to everybody.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION AND
PRIVACY ASSURED ON LOANS MADE
TO LADIES.
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
6.02 F ST. N. W.
Phone Main 2065. Office Hours. 3 a. m. te
I p. m.
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1"! 41 11. XI I I I 4 I 4 4 1 1 4 A 4 A
MONEY TO LOAN
on FUiparuiiB. PIANOS. ETC.
, jio and up.
No matter what others may adver
tise, a coll at our office will convlnoe
T you that we loan money
Ai the Lowest Rates
T a hA hall In tlia cttv. Timu em tut
? arranged I to suit you. whoever you
miv hi ' or whalaver vaur el itim.
may
your clrcum- T
stances.
TWO MONTHS ALLOWED BE-
T FORE FinST PAYMENT BECOMES
T DUE WITHOUT EXTRA CHAROE.
T You pay only for the actual time
you carry l tne loan, no publicity.
No delay,
SMUT
L LOAN CO., J
BT. N. W.
Second Floor.
i. Phone U
40 1 - J
foo n
.11574.
i-I-i -i t'Mim-m'm'm vi i -i-i
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
ICE, COAL AND WOOD BUSINESS! chesp)
est rem in wasmnsumi ivyear tease; in
speel at once at price or w
4
CAFE; business street northwest; cheap?!
place In Washington at $500; dally 'sale rat
BARBER SHOP; central northwest; excel
lent standi 4 chairs; weekly sale $70; ran
bargain at tew. t
ICE ROUTE, S. E. location; owing to othJ
punness owner win sacrince ror ivu
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE 'BUSINKBH
7th st. N, Y.i cheap rent Including llyinf
rooms; excellent opportunity at J7.
ICE AND SOFT DRINK BUSINESS: iChesJ
rent; dally sales 111; owner will sell td
ww.
GROCERY AND MEAT STORE; fine loed
lion n. w.; doing monthly business
11,100; lll.health cause of selling for t&OO.
aROCEKY AND FEED STORE; 8. E. sef
tlon; owner retiring from business and wl
senior ftivo.' k
ROOMING HOUSE; central N. W.: I
rooma and 2 baths; rent J5 month; month!
income (120; gold mine at !47i.
LIGHT GROCERY, tobacco.' etc. bujlntit
corner N. W.; dissolution1 of partners cat4
of sale; rare bargain at 1260.
BARBER SHOP; weekly Dullness" M0; chsal
rent. Including living rooms; exception
opportunity at I22S.
PRINTING BUSINESS; doing 210 day; ex
cellent location; rare chance to get a goo!
bargain; price $200. '
NEW YORK BU8INESS BROKERS, 1422 F
1 ,
NOTICE
To Grocery .Merchants
While we have a great number of store)
on sale, yet we have dally calls for 60 tn on
stores and have the ready cash to pay. II
you contemplate selling your grocery store
now Is the time to see us. ' Call up Main 323S.
BALTO. BUS. BROKERS. 604 E. -
WANTED Good reliable young man to ln-
vest 12,600, to become half owner In well ,
established and good paying automobile busl- I
ness; 2 automobiles and entire equipment.
Investigate at once. BOX 390, Times office.
BARGAIN SALE ot light manufacturing;
big list merchant customers. Cheap to
quick buyer. No brokers. See owner. Room
No. 20L Postal Telegraph Bldg., 1345 Pa. ave.
DRUG STORES (snaps) for sale and trade
in 48 States; full particulars free. Address
F. V. KNIEST. Omaha.. Nebr.
SMALL GROCERY, with living rooms, la
thriving northwest neighborhood, offered
at very low figure because of 111 health.
BOX 294. Times office. 1
I.. .
RAISE CAPITAL--Best methods; corpora
tions organised and promoted; collections.
U. S. LEGAL CORP.. 610 Bond Bldg.
SUBURBAN store with living rooms for
rent cheap; good stand for wood and coal;
will sell stock of groceries. BOX 385, Times
office. !
BU8INESS opportunity tor business women;
If Interested write to New Era Develop
ment Co., Rooms 316-217-311 Maryland Build
Int. Washington. D. C.
LOAN COMPANIES
DID YOU EVER NEED MONEY.
IN A HURRY?
Oar money is yours as long as you like.
Could you use It to advantage at a lew ratal
How much do you want right now!
WE LOAN MONEY, TO ALL.
HO AND UPWARD.
No Publicity.
We take your promise to pay. Our plan
enables you to borrow on your own STuar-
ontee. Saves Urns and worry, because there)
are no Indorsements, no references, no as-
stgaments. no pledges.
. AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
132 NEW YORK AVENUE N. W.
Second Floor Front. Phone Main 1011
WE LOAN ANY AMOUNT FROM
$10 TO $500
Ob any security, to a-atl payment at
tat which tauuigent people will not heal
an to pay, ana ,t iui i raysuM sal
Interest or Principal until
TWO MONTHS
rratn the time you make the loan. Ki
Charge for th first month.
SCHOOL TEACHERS
Can borrow any amount now and will bars
NOTHING TO PAY
UNTIL OCTOBER
ray any amount desired then and tho bale
once tn small monthly payments ta st
We moke a specialty of
LOANS TO LADIES
Aad have a handsome suite of private office
for tbelr accommodation.
Opsn from l:M a. m. U S: p. .
NATIONAL LOAN AND
INV. CO.,
Thompson Building. 703 Uth St. N, W.
Bet. a BL 4 N. X. Ave Oppw Treasury.
The Old Reliable
Washington Loan Co.,
610 F St. N. W.
Loans to Any One Who
Keeps House.
No lndorser necessary. You can get II
on your own signature and have plenty of
time to pay It back in small payments. Each
payment reduces principal. DON'T WORRY
ABOUT GETTING TURNED DOWN. W
positively make loans to anybody In Wash.
lngtn r Alexandria, Va., who owns furni
ture. Yeu can get from IS upward on weekly
or monthly plan. YOU CAN GET IT TODAY,
Coll. write, or telephone Main 3035. We'll
attend your wants promptly either way. WH
ARE NOT VERY PARTICULAR ABOUT
BECURITY OR OTHER MATTERS. Even
if yeu have a loon we will make you a lean.
NO RED TAPE. Loons made In Alexandria,
Va., on same terms as in Washington. Open
to C
j.iiniwW'inim'H'Hi'h
FURNITURE
.LOANS
Bee us It dealing with your prsssat '
' company la unsatisfactory.
CITY CREDIT CO.,
1333 G St. N. W.
L Second Floor.
Phone Main 1147. 4
llKMIWI IIIll I -II 1 I I 1 1, j
ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY, 2.TC.
MONEY Capital 11.000.000. strictest
i to VS. Pryey. Indorsed by lead-
NO EXTRAS. n " nawspapers.
Why Pay More 7 Bonded to the District
PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY,
Victor Bldg. 731 9th st. cor. Grant Place.
H. K. FULTON,
ESTABLISHED 1870.
314 Ninth Street N. W.
LOANS
ON Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Etc
Bargains at Retail.
MONEY LOANED salaried people! womu
keeping house, ana otners; easy paymi
aw. ,wnnnraNurER blE..
JJ W JJXJ nooni , 400 Jta ;t
Keeping nouse, iw viwwi mi? payments.
sL nw
l
MONEY LOANED
ON
PIANOS, FURNITURE. OR SALARIES.
No Delay.
Lowest Rates. Weekly or Monthly Payments.
Prdential Loan & -Trust Co.,
Room 3. Warder Btdar.. Ith and F.
LOANS Zfo
ON DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, JEWELRY.
HORNING. Ninth and a
Imujxx run UAUAMUSU rutis.
and othsrs, upon their own names, cbeai
rates, easy payments, confidential.
D. V. TOUCAN, R. 106-Ui Uth St. M. W.
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