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"? t"'"A" k! '5 THE WASHTNGTOX TOfES, SUNDAY. MAY 31," 1914. 15' PIOUS L HPUBT, BEET AGAIN Earl Grey, John Hays Hammond, and Major Burnham Gather in San Francisco. KAJT FRANCISCO. May 31. Thers as a brief reunion here one day re cently of three men who have become famous throughout the world. Thej "cre the British statesman. Earl Grey. John Hays Hammond, noted mining. njrineer. and Major Fred R. Bunhaii, famous scout and soldier of fortune. 1 h three parted company last in the administrator of Rhodesia. Ham-j 'iiond was consulting engineer for 'cell: Rhodes and the Goldfield Consolidated J Minc3 of South Africa, and Major Burn- ham was a scout for Lord Roberts, i and he had just killed the noted I Metebele oatiaw. M Into, f rustratlnjj I a projected massacre of the British set tins. Major Burnham. hearing that Earl Grey was "In San Francisco, came to the city from Three Forks to meet h'm. Hi brought a little gold nugget that he has carried as a talisman through all his adventures In different parts of the world, and the treasured letter Lord Roberts wrote to him when he was in vallued home. The report by BurnJiam to Earl Gre. the administrator, of the Vllllnc of M'Limo is a noteworthy pao in British h'story. The three talked affectionately of the tlmng South African times tor half an hour. Earl Grey left for Los An- CfliK Ttiimiinm n hart trt Thr frorks. and Hammond remained here.. They pledged to meet again before Jong. Wilson to See Shaft to Southern Women Unveiled SALES AND RANGES OF PRICES Of Securities on the Washington Stock Exchange for the Calendar Year to Date. President "Wilson will participate ia the unveiling of the monument tothe "Women of the Confederacy, which will take place in the Capitol grounds at Raleigh. N. C. June 10. Secretary Daniels also will deliver an address. He is an old friend of the donor of the monument. CoL Ashby Home Colonel Home erected the monu ment in memory of his mother, woo gave six sons to the Southern cause, three of whom fell in the Virginia on pa! en. The statue depicts a mother of the Confederacy, seated with a Bible In her lap, while kneeling at her side is a haby with a sword in his hand, to whom she Is relating its history. Receive First Communion. Fifty boys and girls received their flrst communion this morning at the t'hurch of the Holy Rosary. S3 H street northwest. Mass was said bv Mgr. Bonaventura CerrettJ, apostolic delegate to Australia. The annual May proces sion will be held this afternoon. AMOUNT, Si.0U 1.J0P 08,000 1 10,000 4,(500 1 2,000 0,600 5.000 13,000 ?'!5,000 2.000 213,000 23.000 17,000 .1-000 1.000 3,700 23.000 (Furnished by "v. B. Hibl BONDS. Gas. Georgetown Gas Cert, Ind. 5's.... Georgetown Gas 5's Washington Gas 5's Railroads. Capital Traction R. R. 5's Anncostia Potomac 5's City &. Suburban 5's Columbia R. R. 5's Columbia R. R. 6's Metropolitan R. U. 5's Vashinjrton Ry. fc Elec 4's Wash. Alex. Mt. V. 5's Miscellaneous. Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's Fotomac Electric Lt. 5's C..t V. Telephone 5's -Wash. Market 5's, 1947 Wash. Market Cold Stor. 5's N. & W. Steamboat 5's s Realty 5's (long) Kurr" -o lis Co.) High. Low. Close. , t105 102 102 . 105 101 101 . 108 105 ? 105 . 109Vi 106 107 'A . 100 100 100 , 102 99 102 , 100 100 100 . 100 100 100 i06 104V 1041- 4 SO 83 , 101 98ri 99 107 'A 104 h 105 1054 103 1054 98' !)5 95 98 98 93 105 105 105 102 101 102 HELP WANTED MALE AUOllOmLE COLLEGE. 11 D I. W.-For a Jew dajs only. $J0 on easy panieu:s. leaches ou light repairing, driving and as '" In finding positions BARBER and porter 217 Tin st N W J H EVANS. 1 0 to rln trnnl uai in nfflKd .nniv i 1329 11th t N w. BO that has worked on the farm to learn boating; for particulars address MR. JOHN HOLT. Woodlawn. SHARES. STOCKS. 2.487 4,812 3.478 108 3,065 50 95 G5 1.278 432 43 150 121 21 122 275 50 100 96 261 200 51 75 1 479 462 S6 10 80 20 Public Utility. Capital Traction Washington Ry. & Elec pfd Washington Ry. & Elec. com N W. Steamboat Washington Gas Georgetown Gas Washington-Virginia Ry. com Washington-Virginia Ry. pfd Type Machines. Mergenthaler Linotype I anstcn Monotype National Banks. American National Bank Commercial National Bank District Xational Bank Far. Mech. National Bank Federal National Bank Metropolitan National Bank RiggS National Bank Second National Bank National Bank of Washington.... Trust Company. American Security and Trust.... Continental Trust National .Savings and Trust Union Trust Washington Loan & Trust Sayings Bank. East Wash. Savings Bank Fire Insurance. Arlington' Fire Insurance Title Insurance. Columbia Title Insurance High. Low. Close. 114 98 1003,i 90 83 83 93 86 90 200 187 187 81 77 77 125 125 125 40 35 35 70 54 64 217 212 21Gs 85 82 83 162 150 150 190 185 188 143 112 142 250 240 250 136 134. 135 204 190 195 555 540 540 150 150 150 243 240 210 300 293 293 123 117 123 270 265 270 -So . 232 232 226 226 226 " 16 13 5 Miscellaneous. Chaoin Sacks 195 Grapho com 32 Grapho, pfd. ................. 70 Merchants' Transfer Storage. . 110 Sales for the week: Bonds, $8,500; stocks, 401 15 12 5 195 30 68 110 shares. 15 12 5 195 30 70 110 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS In PostelrKc. railway mall and other branches are i.ood. prepare for "exams" under former I S Civil Service secretary-examiner: ImoUei G-rO flee. Write today. PATTERSON CIV 11. SERVICE SCHOOL, Rochester. N. Y ' HOISTING ENGINEER to operate clam shell bucket, wages 3 per day. must lc sober man and furnish good relerences 2-S K it N. W MEN WANTED Supply less than demand, our graduates fill best paving positions; In spect our classroom and con'. lace yourself that our course Is thorough and complete, special rates for May AUTOMOBILE NllNEERING COLLEGE. 131. Hth St. N W Phone N. Mil. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished. J210MV.SS A- N -Two or mree house keeping rooms, other ruuins en suae or IIUKir G ST N. ., 11)7-Furnished rooms. 3rd Boor, running ater. in month. F ST N . 203 Large 2nd floor front room, also room by bath, southern ex posure, private Doreh. fnit.m.n -.. sii - -- m BbHIIVIillll S'l and 10. i MASS AVE. X v, , SU-Very nicely fur nished room; good home, location central, phone STH ST . W..-1C1C -Bright, clean front lurnlshed roo.-n cheaj. $ 1 SPECIAL N0T"J.ES I1EG1NNING JUNE 1st, 1I4. the Potomac Electric Power Company will renew free of charge for Its regular customers Mazda Imps of the 100 watt size and lirer. Should the lamps or nilments have the appearance of being broken by accident or design thty will not be renewed free. There will be a reduction In the price of Mazda Ijmps also eRectlve on June 1st. 1911. For further in formation apply at office corner llth and C sls.N V l Pl'BUC MASS MEETING under i.isplces of I June :. 7:S0 p. m.. Odd fellows Hall.'-dl Jlh st. All Interested In Gorman bill please be In attendance, good speaking, good music. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. S A. M. MONDAY Thiee good lle colored men as scullion and helpers in pantry THE CROWN LUNCH CO.. 1417 N. T. ae. 1 IN LOCAL FINANCIAL CIRCLES With the inauguration of furthT in;. vitlcation of railroads by the Inter state Commerce Commission, a contin uance of the Xw Haven inquiry and th decision by the Supreme Coiirt in the "tap line" case, a determination in the rate Increase appeal aonears to liav' been pushed on further into the future. onsequenuy, tne hope for a business ,n boom incidental to the augmentation of I -h railroad revenue apparently Is waninjj. j nctt this state cf affairs purchases in j jj Business men and the general public. those countries, us in our own. have ! fc the first ten months of the- Ilbcal year tne nation's exports of merchandise had u value of MM3.0.767. or SCjSi1.ii44 less than 'n the fcame period of the preced ing year. As a. result, the trade bal ance of the United States has suffered sharply. Businers conditions in England and the' continent have not been unlike those which have obtatlned here. To Father W.D. Noon Gets A Degree in Theology POT WASHER Colored, for mountain re sort; call 7 o'clock Monday morning. i month. .1011 New York ave TAILOR wanted for old and ne- work. Call at once. 1037 M at. N. W. USE YOUR spare time to build up a mall order business uf your own: ne help jou start for a share In profits; 27 opportunities; particulars free. MUTUAL OPPORTUM T1ES EXCHANGE. Buffalo. N. Y. J100 WEEKLY profits In spare time at heme; mall order business: don't worry about capital. BOYD H. BROWN, Omaha. Nth. HELP WANTED FEMALE APPRENTICES to learn French dresscuttlng. dressmaking, designing, and millinery, good positions furnished after learning. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 111J G st. BRIGHT GIRL for office wsrk. Apply BOX IK. Times office. COOK Second, colored, for cafe, a Mi 9th st, N. W. 1 imi ST S. W. .!!- Jrge front, room. 4 niuuuY, f.jiut iamu, close to Goern tent buildings. . i K ST. N W.. 1117 Nice furnlshsd rooms; renc reosanaoie. use of phone. EYE ST. N. 31-LTghthousekeeplng rooms, hotnater dally; cunveniem to all car lines, central localit. M ST N "W.. SoTTciTeerful ind floor room for gentlemen, reasonable. 1 l.lh ST. N, W.. Tit Nicely furnished rooms ll.M, J., u week; large front room, two exposures, completely furnished 1. li.. J3.S0 iwri hwh. iranientii ace day, THrt NEV.TORT, Itt FLORIDA AVE. '. (Near Massachusetts Are.) Within walking distance of downtown. , Courteous Janitor service, shower baths. a.n- I tots; convenient to Conn. ave. and George- . town cars. Adjoining fashionable Alass. a. I 4 rooms and bath J.-5.58 3 rooms and bath C7.M 4 rooms and bath 130 W CAY WOOD & GARRETT. V31 N. T. are. nw. DEATHS OFFICE OF THE GEORGETOWN GAS LIGHT COMPANY. Wisconsin and Dura barton av.enuea northwest, Washington. D. C. A meeting of the .stockholders of this Com pany for the election of seven directors and for the transaction of such othr business as may, come before this meeting will be held at this office on Monday. June 1st. 1914. at 12 m. Polls open II m.: rlose 1 p. m. Books tcr transfer of -stock will be closoJ from May nth to June 1st. lit. lnclusivk. CHARLLS P. WILLIAMS. Secretary. f Umbrellas Recovered ;.SraX"e1 Cravenette. gloria. & Silk. L WO B N. W 11AR ARD ST. N. W.. 604-SecOnd story flat, : rooms, kitchen, bath, phone; partially furnished, kitchen utensils, refrigerator, la). Including gas. i Jth ST. N. W.. iOS-Well furnished ruoms with private bath; home cooking; phone Main SU7 i 2nd ST. N. E.. S4-Two ueslrabte second " ji4,a icr oaiii. cars, cipiioi. i 1st ST. N. W.. IC9 Two or three rooms with or without private bath; gas range, illsbes, refrigerator; reliable people. H ST. N. W.. 62-Large second floor, fur nished front roonw also rooms for 1. h. k. th ST. N. w.. 410-Summer rates; cool rooms; continuous hot water; Z up-to-date baths: central location. 1 Unfurnished. 3RD 8T. N. W.. 905 One unfurnished rton wun gas; zna noor next to bath. ii.tKI per month. llth. ST. N. W.. IKS Two unfurnished rooms And Lltrhntf m 1S.H nnr- ... In l.att reasonable; I. h. k. permitted. 1 ' GIRL Neat colored, at once to assist with general housework. 1W1 llth st. N. W. GIRL for tailor shop; steady position. ZS01 14th st. N. W. GIRL Colored, competent for general house work. Apply MISS CASEY. 612 6th st. S. W. GLOVE BUYER Only those with best ref erences as to character and ability need apply. BOX Hi. Times office. 1 HOUSEKEEPER White, between 20 and 49 jcara old: good cook. 7(C 7th st. S. E., after 4. WANTED At once wet nurse for voung In fant. IS Adams St. N. W WOMAN White to do general housework. ZSZZ Sherman ave. WOMAN Colored. Tor general housework. Apply 269 Carroll ave.. 'iakoma 1'ark. YOUNG GIRL to assist in office work. Apply IU9 14th st. N. W. YOUNG LADY about IS or M ears of age to work In large office; must write a fair hand and know how to add correctly, good oppor tunity to advance. Apply In own hand writing. BOX 159. Times office. 1 WANTED AGENTS AGENTS SELL AM BREW, beer In concen trated form, carry right In your pocket, small, compact, condensed, a goo-! glass of beer wanted everywhere, cnormaus tjtniand. sells fast, coins ou money. Held untouched, strictly legitimate, can be sold anvhere, be quick, territory going fast; Just a postal to day, we'll show ou how to make ii.oney quick. THE AMUREW CO., Depi. 1K7. Cin cinnati. Ohio however, arc pinning their faith to a more substantial and general medium of brinslnc prosperity, ono which Pot been curtailed. The United States. however, supplies much of the food for tile -world. And. while foreign buvtrs nave oetn connnin? incir purcnaies. in Members of the faculty at the House of Studies or the Catholic University united this morning- at St. Dominic's Church at a solemn high mass, at which thcjjdegreof master of theology was conferred upon Father W. D. Noon, of the College of the Immaculate Con ception. The sermon was delivered by the Rev. D. J. Kennedy, O. P., of the university, fhe ceremonies incident to the bestowal of the degree were impressive. Father Noon is at present on the teaching force at the House of Studies, having According to the trade reviews for I the week, the very prospect of these rmn 'nnrlltlnna Viae ,?mia miii.1i 1 n citn- ulate trade. Already, throughout the country, it is paid that both the re tailer and tl-e joM.er are gaining trade, i.nd thi sales of summer goods aw warei have shown pronounced advances Real Estate Man Killed In Automobile Accident even political propagandizing carv de-jiarqe measure, to necessities, they must 'ea . have food, and the more tnis country : nas to sell the greater will be lis tiade The prospect for bumper cropn that valance win tax the nation's graneries to ca PKities never before approached, i.ot only remains practicallr unaltered, liut is quickly nearing realization, and wirs lnr bevond the -jerlod of danger f.om damagiiig pests. Agitation and legislation have held business in check for manv months: they have caused investors to turn timid, and have guided money into hank vaults, rather than into the chan nels of commerce. But in a country where the wheat is at a condition rated at S3; where the corn Is planted, where the rural bankers are lending millions on cattle security, and car (hops are returning to full time, not even the political bogie can retard pros perity. Nature's is the only hand which nn throttle th prospective wealth of this country- If the weather permits it wui come, ucspiif ponucs. Not content with reports on crop conditions leading financial papers has canvassed the count li has sought opinion from the small bankers scattered i thrniiflinilt tll nallnn thp lipHs nf tho . nstitutions which nnance the farms in ( inquire Into Man's Death. . nearly everv. instance the replies have j t sparkled wltn optimism ana nave con- i ne uoa lainea at ine eonscrvatlam. recently returned to the United States after an absence of more than five years, during which time he was a member of the faculty of St. Thomas' College. Manila, Philippine Islands. FINANCIAL SAX FRANCISCO. May 31. Thomas Magec, one of the most prominent real estate men in California, was killed in an automobile accident near Clover dale laiit night Magee was connected i ...fli Mn.. nf fllA Vi!r,...e. r.H.' .Inila the Government s I ." .... ii.r . " .?" ?... ' ., , nn rxt thn I m Hn niscory oi ine maic, anu ior . one Of Wll . - ,...K hia lirntliorc lu hn lr ittv for itsellf! i chaI"R of lno California interests of in manv case ",e ".,a'.. '.. ',!.'.',. """"" " ' .virs. vv i v anucruiii iX th- color'! man found' same time a note of cfat ,,n the Maryland lino near I Iv - jatlvilI(' Friday light lias besn identi- Ilccl as Chester .Norton, of Brentwood, Md. An investigation is being conduct ed by the District and Maryland au thorities to asceitain whether the man a Oeath was caused by Ins being run down bv a car or whether lie aj beaten to oeath and his body thrown on the car tracks. The body vvaa found between the tracks. There was a deep gash in the hend. From Kansas come predict ons of a 150.O00.tvw-bushel winter whcVit Ield in that State alone, or double the average rop. Kasis City dealers have already nold more than 10.003,000 bushels of the new crop wheat for e;V)ort- This satis factory condition is not confined alone o the Southwest, nor to the wheat-rais- ng territory It applies to practlcally every section of the country and all classes of crops. If prospects at present recognized are only realized, every sec t on of the country from the lakes to the gulf and from coast to coast will i ha-, prosperity. I This prospect of almost overwhelming 'o nty brings concern, as well as han rtness, however, to the producers. Al read the farmers in the great wheat hells are beginning to worry over the 1-roblem of labor for harvesting. An other apparently insignificant factor in dented yield gives nrospect of produc- I ?"?'-' "J.,i,''Il,li, ,?,,,.!ndi. 'nc waste There Is a shortage In the jrom ,akllt0n B11 p,rsorm prop, FINANCIAL The Safest Investments At inu-s Itia. Ju uol fluctuaie uurnif UJi--turoed conditjuna vt the money or htuck mur keu First deed of iruvt uuie xtisut nort Ktttai, well fevcurd on real tate In tit Uliirit of Columbia, i-otuiltulc "iilt-Mlgi ineimniB It Pays to have in your possession some money of the coun try you are going vto visit. When Traveling carry" with you also a sup ply of the Travelers' Checks, Letters of Credit or Foreign Drafts v hicli we issue. Washington and Southern Bank Main Office 1413 G Street Branch Center Alarket J SELWIN TAIT, President. ACJENTS make too per cent profit selling "Novelty Sign Cards. .Mercnanis buy iu to 100 on sight. S00 varieties: catalogue free SULLIVAN CO., irt Van Uuren ... Chi cago. III. AGENTS Something nw, fastest s Hers and quickest repeater on earth, jiemianont. profitable business; goud for U0 In 772 a wefk; write for particulars. AMERICAN l'ROD UCTS CO., SCD5 ScamJfe st , Cincinnati, O. AGENTS make big money selling our line of specialties, write for our new cauHg end free sample. STEINMANN SPECIALTY CO, 205 Tituburg Life Bldg.. Pittsburg. I'a. COIXJRED AGENT wanted beneflt order; tlOO to toOO monthly to hustler, write quirk. Address DOX TG-tW. Cincinnati. O U. S. GOVERNMENT uses Richmond Caeml can Extinguishers that kill gasoline (ires. Auto and factory sizes. District i.nnagers make 500 profit Auto free RICHMOND CHEMICAL CO.. Desk 180. Whcellns. V. Va AGENTS can jou beat this seller, absolutely sells on sight. 100 profits, repeats, pn-tlcu-lars free. BOSTOCK MFC. CO . I2 i;aily St.. Lawrence. Mass. Dcpt. 6 AGENTS for latest novel!. 107 f H rt R between 10 and Ham AGENTS Men and women, new article used In every home, and necesnary In every of fice. Write THE CNION SPECIALTY CO.. Box .'Slilckshlnny, Pa LSE YOUR SPARE TIME to build up A mall order business of vour on we lielp you start for a share In profits. ?7 oppor tunities, particulars free MUTUAL OP PORTUNITIES EXCHANGE. Uuftalo. N Y WANTED SALESMEN SALESMAN by lace and embrolderv import ers, work established trade. Virginia and Wst Virginia, excellent opportunity right man with established trade, small, r town FULD. 447 Droadwa. New York MD. AVEt S. W tOC Three rooms and bath. 2nd floor flat, use of large front and rear yara l llth ST. N. W.. JOS Three or our unfur nlshed rooms, front porch, gas for I. h. k.; reasonable. 1 Futuished or Unfurniihti. A ST. S. E.. M-Beautlful rooms, light, clean, cool, J1.S0 upward weekly; houte Leepinc suite, reasonable, refined, comfort able home, excellut location, few ctoors from Congreslonal Library. " ! 6th ST. X. Y, 114 Two or three rooms'Crst floor. I. h. k.; other rooms. tl.Ou uc. 1 ROOMS AND BOARD 1ST ST. X. E.. 223-Capltol Hill; fur; small flat; complete for 1. h k,, cool and clean, reasonable rent. Sth ST. X. W 721 Rooms and board, X; home table. KM: 6 a. m. breakfast 1 F ST. X. W ill Good square meal, cool clea.1 rooms, 120 per month. WANTED BOARDERS TWO OR THREE GENTLEM EX Near-by suburb; minute from trolley nn.1 ttram; modern house. Address Rox So! Time Office ! WANTED ROOMS & BOARD MECHANIC wants home In small congen ial family, widow's preferred, moderate priced. Address BOX 165. Times office ROOM AND BOARD in southeast by gentle man in office BOX 370. Times office AUCTION SALES THOMAS DOWLING &. CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OP TWO TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLINGS ON CAPITOL, AVE ,NUE, IVY CITY. D. C. 'By virtue of a certain dead of trust re corded in Liber Xo. 33S7. at folio I?S et seq.. one of the Land Records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party se cured thereby we will sell at public auction In front of the premises, Tuesday, June sth. 1914. at Four-thirty p. m.. the following, de scribed land and premises situate In the. County of Washington. District of Columbia, and known as lot numbered elsven (11) In block numbered three (3) In the subdivision known as Ivy City, together with the Improve ments thereon. Terms of Sale: Sold subject to a deed of trust or $724.12 and balance cash. Iu deposit required at time of sale. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. JOHX W. LEWIS. WILLIAM A. BOWIE. Trustees. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Sth ST. X. E., 722 Beautiful cool newly pa.. pered 2. 3 and 4-room apartments, elegantly and completely furnished for housekeeping; very reasonable. TirE VERXOX. 1771 U-By the first, elegant 5 rooms and bath, heat and janitor service, etc; rent low for the summer: also & room and bath, near Hth and lt sts. Apply J14 lt I. ave. ISIS IStb ST. X. W.. S-roorn and bath, front and rear porches, J20.J0. 56 K ST. X. E.. 4 rooms and bath. 111. ALEX. CLARKE. JR.. tSi F st. X. W. HIGHEST COOLEST LOCATION P'pur rooms and bath apartment, reception hall, large concrete porch, abundance ot hot water. Knltord apartment house. 2.1s 17th W. E- II. TAGGART. 1410 O St. X. W. FOR COLORED Four largo clean rooms and bath, well located. 2122 17th at. X. W.. II and 17. See Janitor. D. D. THOMPSOX i. Co.. 133 F SL X. W. FLOREXCE COURT-Seven rooms, all out side, fronting south or east; coolest flat in Washington; KO a month; June l until October L Telephone 7063. BEST S-roora apart. In the city. (17Vs L at. ne.. colonial porch, hot-water teat. iear 3 car lines; rent only I20.U per month; key at Grocery. 10S3 tth st. Xi E. 1 I ROOMS and bath, front. S32.H; i roems and bmth, front. 320.S0; 4 rooms and Data, 123.o; electric elevator; telephone each apart. c... iig anq i. x. ave. iv. vv. SUSSEX. 13th and 3 S. W.. tr. and bt.M Eaatham. lath and E. Cap., tr. and b.. la.Cs) 71i 7th sw. (not b-ated). 4r. and u..... 11.72 THE PH1LUPS CO.. 330 John MarahaU at. FOR SALE Furniture, new and slightly used; almost anything ou need; easy terms ir desired or discount for cash; save money; buy at HOP WOOD'S, Sth and K. .FOR SALE Camera CUxiVi, complete. In cluding two nne lenses; cost Jliw. Price W. 303 II st. X. W. WASH STANDS. 60c; bureaus. ; pillows. 2&c; cots, bedding, mattresses; everything cheap HOFF. 422 10th st. X. W. 1 CHAIRS, 26c; Iron beds, 31; Boston couch, tl.to: Iron springs. 31.W. HOFF. 422 10th nw. DAVIS SEWING MACHINES lis up; easy payn'ents; 112 up cash. Repair estimates free. t3 th st, X. W. Ph. M. 26. FIXE DECORATIONS AND WALL TAPER IXG. Special reductions on orders received for upholstering and repairing furniture. Phone Xortb 7141. ARTHUR I. HOUCHTOX. 1147 Conn. ave. FOR SALE Two roll top desks. show cases; Ice box suitable for lunch rom; larce tee box for grocery: 1 Xational cash register; save money; buy at HOPWOOD'S. StrP and K. FIVE ELECTRIC FAXS Price JJ to I"). s and floor. 1420 Pa, ave. X. W. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES WANTED. Wanted genuine antique furniture, clocks, china, glass, pictures, needlework- samples, etc. Phone M. 2S30. 315 17th st. X. W. 1 HIGHEST CABH prices paid for worn cloth ing; either ladles' or gentlemen's; send pos tal; nil) call. B. TARSHES. US 7th it- X. W. Phone Xorth t. PERSONAL DR.'S. A. CZARRA 733 '13th St. N V Washington, D. C, Ti eating Chronic and So-called Incurable Diseases. SPECIALTY Abdominal Compli cations. Kldnev, Bladder. Stricture. Rupture, and Piles cured without operation. Blood Poison. Eruption. Private Diseases, etc, etc. Electric Treatment for Xervousnras and General Debility. Office hours from a. m, to & p. m. ORA J. FIELD. Magnetic Massage. Face, Scalp Treatment. Hi II STREET X W. ! DR. DCE HAMMER. Spine and mrve specialist, no urugs or surg ery used 116 1-1 Capitol it. 1 MICC STlIRN Manicuring and Scalp ml33 OlUIVirt lreatl,nt. 7u iith sf, X. W.:- 2rd floor MISS JAMRROX, Manicure, face massage, and scalp treatment. 1204 G st X. v .. 2d ftotfr front. Hours Imm 1(1 a. m. to 6 p m. XI !-:: I A TV MANICURING AND IU.J.OO vjAJi SCALP TREATMENT. 71 7th nw.. Apt. 1. Open evenings Ph M 742S. MRS. D. R. WHEELER. Mechano-Theraplst. 1117 Ee it. X. W. Phone Main sas I CLAIRVOYANTS PROF CASTILLO gives reliable readlnss. 00c. removes all STajblrj; reunite-) the sep arated, satisfaction guaranteed, located for ihe summer at Chain Bridge "Park, take K st. cars going West, one fare II a m to p in. l SALESMEN WANTED Experience tinnccei' sary, easy work, big pa . wrii- f r large list "of openings offering opiort-jiiitles to earn Jlffi to tiOO a month while oii l-arn Address Dept. 2M. NATIONAL SALESMEN .s TRAINING AS.-OCIATION. ' hlcai;o. .New S'ork. Kansas 'Uv, San Francl-i SITUATIONS WANT ED Male. PAINTING by an expert, furnishes material Easy terms BOX 267. Times o.fl-e WANTED- Good position In exchuie for good proposition Drop postal tu HARItv C BROOKE. 6 J 1-a. ave ! SITUATIONS WANTED Female. POSITION as double entry lkkir. lst references MISS G . 1227 llth M W LOST AND FOUND UAR PIN Small, with round pemJan- i,ar .h and P ris 1008 Fairmont at n e. ward AUTOMOBILES twin supply with which the sheaves p-c bound into liiinrlles The American factories are said to have turned out mere) enouffh nro-iuct to meet an av---A2 crop KoriKn manufacturers, however, arc cotninc Into the market. vnd for the first time are finding sale f r their uares and a foothold for competition I'OODLE DOG White. In vicinity of i,.h and ' i r X VV anmcTfl b nam- l)n.in .. i They do not depenj ujion n I ia; or collar Reward for return m ill.-s .iuuj.5 oi cor- h K MARSHAL!. -V-T Mil st ;s V nn mirtt Hivninr property Investments tn amoun uddI sLCh fiOU upward hend for booklrt. Xoans and Invetmenta 1 We c-n ! rOtNl MONEY (n public place on sih &i unts troo j HE, owner proe th eaine can have u ' -oucerniQi WAKKEN H. DEAUU SSO.th st J- i: j bwARTZELL, RHEEJV1 & HENSEY CO., 727 litb tT S W Tjrs crops not on'v will bMn" n i ami to tne umier, ana i:r?usn mm reflect Influence on reneral b'J3'ne; tlev will unload funds Into the v.cll ralned coffers of Uie rreat trana-vor-tntion systems. Fven should th? Inter state Commerce Pomiss'on fa.il to :-ant llie railroads an Increase in rates, or pare dovin the civance to a minlmun. the lines of the counjry will have much larser gro. reventies then In the i.s st year Ftat'sticiar.s flsure that in a larsc crop year for every ton of wheat over und above the scrieral ave-i?5 which the railroads hat'l, they secur.. as a i ecu it ot the unusual crow. si-" nna t one-half tons of estra incidental freight. 1 Turthcrmore. with such a rich liar v -t, this country will "have mora food i-liiffs for exnort. So far this year, ex ports liave fallen off markedly, while tiu have areatli' Increased. Durinz The Munsey Trust Company Capital $2,000,000 Fully Paid In Frank A. Munsey, President i.- KEYS Between Cth and D st X w turn to 402 Jth st.. Stewart bldg GOLD BEEI LE PIN set with lopax and gar nets, lost Wednesday evenlne on west ild of ICih at nw.. between V trt and Park rosd If found please return to The Calio. Apart 725. and receive S reward i BUNCH OK KEYS Lost Saturda, alwut 2 p. m.. In downtown section iieiurn to WJ& F st X. Y Reward SPANIEL Small white male: llg-ht bruwn spots, name Chappie. Loit Thursday. 13th. Lincoln Park Reward 120S North Carolina ave N E. $1,000 REWAED. Lost by owner, single strand pearl necklace, 76 pearls weighing 355 3-8 grains. Upon returning to our address we are authorized by, the owner to give the abova re ward. SHAW & BROWN CO., 1114 F Street N. W. Klvi: PASSENGER-Tourlng car. Ilrat-class condition. ISIS model, clertrlc lights, toil JjW). will sacrifice quick sale, must he Men to appreciate 233Mjil nw j. ri E-PAnSENOKR automobiles ior I Ire. regular rates J2 ptr hour, special rjs lor lourinc trips or swial talis, quick sir vies oaj oi night. Rood cars, cartful .rl , i.v ua a trial alotorisis' Service aiixl Supply Co. 1K3 llth l N W Plmne . Joi; ' FOR SALE LcKOinoblle In perfect tumiltion CHI RC1I ST UARAIIE A bargain ! EXPERT ALIOMOIIILE REPAlRI.MJ-i-ord iars a speciali) . all work KUantiiteriJ I. KIMKIUI, lear t!2 Mass. ate .N w I I one an -II F'jr Hire. J LIUOL'EINES and lourlns cars rented by the hour. da. wek. or month, rrualrin: In all lis branchi-s. V U PAY LOR. Standard Garage. 2121 Hth at. N W. Tel. N. 61C3. 1 t-PAKSENlSEIt. UtO. 7-pasienger. 10 per hour. PowhaianMIotel. 1Mb and Pa M. S20.. I AND 7V.PASSENGER AUTO WZ.W iWU w.w 7i None Utiwr AUTOHinE COMI'ANY. Ung. SC HORSES AND VEHICLES SADDLE, divine and wagin horsei for hire Westrler boardlns and livery rubles, tear of 1126 Jlh stieet Phone X 4111 KOR SALBfS horses and rnafa cheap Coogan Fapn. Bcnnlnes' Ro.nl and iVn- Iral ave., orj mile from l(Vk sanlv LARUE IKjifULK WAOON tl'ur 16a N si s w ' POU H1REJ Horses, carnages wagons, day. week or pnonth; special prices tlEN UVKKY Ct.t INC.. rear UI Pa. ave. U. 117. FAlIOfa MADAME FIELD. SCIENTIFIC loilmlst and card reader tells vou every. thins, reunites the separated 12.S Ttn N W yi'Virp A Clalrvoant. Card Reader. j1ZjVX J--CA., controls events, never tails 1927 Hth U N. W. ! MADAM CATHERINE Palmist and Card Reader, reliable adtice on busincK and love affairs US jth st N W Main S1V) riTWlERALD Noted Palmist and Double Secine Powers future, courtships, mar riage, business, guaranteed. 121 I st N. W SPIRITUALISM WANTED Furniture tor casn. Sell your goods to the man who gives you the most money. teo HOPWOOP. tth and K. 1 WANTED FURNITURE AND OFFICB F1XTUES VOR CASH. KRUPSAW BROS TU K ST. N". W. TEL. M. 170. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS CHURCHES LODGES and all organizations find that "Small Work Exclusively" just about covers everything they have In the printing line. Stationery, etc., coming from the Capital and going all over the country must be typo graphically rtghL We know what ou want. Deliveries every hour. LEWIS M. THAYER. Printer. 507 13th Street N. W. Furnished. THE AVONDALE, 1724 P ST N. W. NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE. Apartments ot 3. A,. S and ( rooms. Beautifully and completely furnlsfied; linen, silver, china. Included, also JJach elor aparts. New building; new furni ture. Cool and comfortable. Balcon ies. Fine location. Summer rates. Apply by phone or in person to Mrs. E. W REAISEN. Phone North tt. FOUR-ROOM, and bath furnished apartment In the Nansemond. Will rent cheap tor summer. BALLARD at LANHAM. INO. 112S New York ave. 1 ENGLISH Soddenly on Slay 23. 1311. at p. m SAMUEL S. ENGLISH, In the-flft? seventh years of his ace. Funeral from his late residence, Mf I street northeast. Monday. June I, I p. m Kindly omit nosren. a HUIDEKOPER-On Saturday. May 39. 1314 at her residence. 1(14 Eighteenth street Washington. D. CH. VIRGINIA CHRI3TU HU1DEKOPER. widow of TederIc Wolter Huldekoper.' and beloved mother ot FreJert Louis Huldekoper and. Resinald Shippei Huldekoper. Funeral services at her late residence c, Monday, June 1. at 4 o'clock. (New York. Philadelphia and Beston paper please copy). TRUNDLE On Saturday. MayJ0.13I4.at Iia p. m.. MATTIE E. TRUNDLE, wife of E H. Trundle. Funeral services at noon Monday. June 1 from her late residence. 72 R street north west. Interment at Leesburg. Va. "WATSON-On May 50, 1JH. BERTHA V WATSON, nee Isel, aged twenty-one years beloved wife of V, H. Watson and grand daughter of Mary E. Barker. Funeral from ber mother's residence Mrs. B. E. Isel. 4 Bates street nortimesr on Monday. June 1. at 2 p. m. Inter-uen private. WELCH-On Saturday. "May 20. at Hoe pathetic hospital, after a brief Illness DAYELLE TAYLOR, beloved wife of Jot! Welch. Funeral services at Welsey M. E. Church Fifth and -F streets northwest. Tends, at 2:30 p. nv Interment at Rock Creel Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend. IN MEM0RIAM CONNOR In sad but loving remembrance o my dear father. WILLIAM J. CONNOR who departed this life five years ago today May a. 1909. May his soul rest In peace. By His Loving Daughters. CONNOR In sad bet loving remembrance o my dear husband. WILLIAM J. CONNOR who departed this life five years ago to day. May a, 1303. Five mournful years have vanished Think we. while the teardrops start. But the memory of my husband Still Is fresh within my heart. Oh the misery of that dreary eve When I stood around his bed Till death stole upon him softly And I knew his soul had fled. By His Loving VfUot Hester FUNERAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS' ef every description moderate pries. GUDsZ ia r STREET. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED S-room -apartment for rent for the summer or longer, also china, cut glass, linens. In the Nether lands, 1360 Columbia road. Can be seen any lime after 10 o'clock In the morning: reason able. Apt. SOS. L. M. S. FOR HIGH-CLASS TENANT ONLY: 3r. and b.: front, south. Including lines, silver, tel ephone, electric light, gas and mall: sacrifice: June to Sept.; JTi per month. Phone S. 7CS. Apt. 103. ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED APT., 4 rooms and bath; southern and eastern ex posure: one ot the finest apt, bouses In ex clusive northwest. By the month If desired. Ph. N 335. TO SUBLET FLORENCE COURT APART. Handsomely and fully furnished for house keeping. Six rooms, wltn bath and kitchen. South and west exposure. From June IS to September 15. Phone North 499S. TWO ROOMS and bath, nicely furnished, largo windows. 1C23 H St. N. W. Fumisied or fJaranJcaetl, THE CAIRO Furnished or unfurnished: southeast corner, fifth floor; two or three rooms, hall and bath; from June 15 to Oc tober 1; summer rates. Apply at office or Apartment 610. FOR RENTHOUSES For Sent. Kw'i yl-i-I-i-t-H M. SCHUMACHER American. rench. Swiss and English watch and clock repairing; fine jewelry repairing. 1304 llth at. nw. N. 7170. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY: reliable clean ing and repairing, band work exclusively; curtains stored; prompt service: ref. fur. Mrs. C II. BAUER. Line. 2237-Y 1346 E ne. HOUSEKEEPERS This week ordinary win dows expertly cleaned. 6c each; floors waied. polished, arnlshed: awnings put up. EL LIOTT, 140O U st. nw. Postal. Phone N. rCS. PAPERHANGING and painting; terms rea sonable, all work guaranteed. See E. J. KELEHER. i27 6th St. N W. HOW about dirty windows? White help; moderate prices. Ph. M. 71J3. Leon L. Ca- hoon. Acme Window cleaning Co.. S.'l G m. WINDOW rcreens made to order at 10c square foot, drop postal, will vail. M. MORRIS. 421 10th st N. W. Full Dress Suits ?ZVlln&. M. T. l'IMES. Merchant Tailor, luui 7th N.W. WHALSO SHADE" THE PRICE ODaaue shades fitted, 25c. oil ipaque or do mestic holland shades. MX. duplex, eanitrlc shades. 75c. KU.EUU.vn 3, iltn .M it .-v. a. BEAUTIFUL RUGS voven Irom old carpets by the WASHINGTON RLQ WEAVING CO.. i.1 Sth st N vv. Ph. M. 4623. MAUMIK (ORNISH, Washington s noted Spirit iih I medium has returned nads vour life corre.tiv glvlft name", uic.s. rtadlng dallv K7 3rd st N K.. corner F Ladles only MISS C. VOEGLER Tn7 eve at 8, private leadings' dally. 612 O NW DE LACY Scientific palmist and carl read er, formerlj of the Arcade Hours 7 to 10 p in 12 Sth st. N E. MRS. MAMIE STEVES, JKUV! structor of spiritual school, private readings given dallv. 31J .N J ave. S. K Ph Line. SOU MRV (' ROTH 'FADING DAILY. 11 HO, V. It KJ 1 il, seamt -U ana Ilium r , Anarostla car 700 6th st S E MEDII'M iIRS JAS O'DRIEN. SIS I st Capitol st. Hours 11 a m to G p rn. Daily. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE EXCl'RhlO.S UAlaON and omnlbasa for picnics, etc .37 I.Il rLEKIKI.D. AL- VOltD Ac . HOi Pa. ave N W. opposlis Nen Wlllard MOVING ''ADDED VANS Phone M. 2010-20U. KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1226 II Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPING GET OUR ESTIMATES on ausolutely fire proof lor.:. luuiiiig. packing UNITS-) S'lA'lES bl.KAUK CO.. 412-.-0 10th st X S Phune M 49. blORE YOLIt KLRNITURE. pianos, etc. at VtESCHLER'S. 320 Pi ava. N W. Kates reabunable. eituiairii cheerfully clsn i'hone liki. 100 eEPARA'lE SIOP.AGE ROOMS. CTOR AUE by the load, packing, hauling and llipplna. see us before storing THU HOWLING CO.. Auctioneers, cli B st. N W I'hone Main LIS. FIREPROOF'sfORAGE. Moving. Pkckinx snd Shipping THE WAi.lvER-1 1 lost AS FLHNI njIUC CO 1U 7tb St. N. W. ""'"'"'" 42krusa lis ioosbIs. Mala till. r-uoiic atenograpnci, ; THE UnilK SHOP " 413 Mun-v bide BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. SPECIAL BARGAINS. 132 llth ST. N. W. 3 rooms and Lath: bay window; brick; convenient to Conn. are. cars or ISth st. electric herdlcs. Only 3.a0. 1623 17th ST. N. W.-Corner; 10 rooms and bath; biggest oargaln ever offered in this section: don't miss It: will make any neces sary repairs. Only 140.54. H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO., 1314 F st. n.w. . 1 FOR RENT -room house with bath; mod ern Improvement; rent, 325.60; colored: In quire 227 7th St. N. W. Apply 23a Fla. ave. N. W. 1 FOR RENT-JUG llth St, N. W.. 7r., b.. In good condition, on car line: 30LM. CAY WOOD GAKRETT. 1231 N. Y. ave. n.w. FOR RENT To first-class colored tenant. 1444 T st. n.w.; newly papered and painted: rent reasonable; S-room and bath brick. CAT WOOD & GARRETT, 1231 .. Y. ave. n.w. J. H. SMALL & SONS, FLORISTS. Washington. Nw Tr th and 11 nw. im B'way Waldorf-Astarta UNDERTAKERS GEORGE P. ZTJEHOBST; 301 E. Capital St. Established 1337. Chas. S. Zurtiorst. Mgr J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER, LIVERY. 233 Pa. ave. Jf. W. Telephone M. 1335. Washington. D. C SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. FOB. SALE Six room bouse. 1-3 acre ground fruit, good water, shade. Owner, MRS BELL. Arlington. Va. 1 FOR SALE At terminus ot elec. car line; opposite drug store and postoffice. and or main thorougnfare and stopping place foe country traffic, a store and S-room and batt dwelling; a. m. 1.; with stable; rxcellenv lo cation tor fruits and confectionery or genera, store of any kind; price. I4.G0O; satU factor) terms. This Is tbe best suburban locatloc tor a small store outside of Washington. 1 P. J. WALSHE, 1J3S N. W. ave. FOR RENT 908 H st. n.w.: 10r., b. brick, with new ateara-beating plant; house Just put In excellent repair; 1(3. CAYWQOD GARRETT. 1231 N Y. ave. n.w. je COLORED TENANT ICS 20th at. N. W., 7 room brick in excellent condition. Rent 117. 1713 R ST. S. W S roms and bath, J.50. ALEX. S. CLARKE. JR.. (35 F St. -V. W. K4 Q ST.. S rooms, bath, cellar, fine condi tion; near schools and market. Apply SIS R. 1. ave. SEVEN ROOMS and bath, all modem im provements. 320.30. Apply 719 Sth st. nw. VERY DESIRABLE. 6 rooms, modern bath, cellar; good heating furnace; see this at or.ee; rent 35.50 month: 33 Florida ave. N. E. D. D. THOMPSON & CO.. 1335 F N. W. Furnished. FOR SUMMER MONTHS, fur.. 2344 Macomb st.. Cleveland Park, completely screened; large, shady porches; trees; flowers; s block to Conn. ave. car line; terms moderate to de sirable tenant, reference required. Address M. S. GERRY, or phone Cleve. J77. FOR RENT OFFICES THIS CHANCE Is offered once In a lifetime ill st-ll controlling Interest in a xrmv- ng Baltimore corporation, manuiacturers ot drus specialties, nothing but sucevsa can be Its tnture because merchandise they manu lacture lias the merit, output of company In demand, party can take full charge If de sired only those looking for a tu;jr. have money and mean business need to apply Reason for selling will lie satisfactorily -plained BOX 36. limes qflice. GROCERY, confectioner lyid notions, doing scowl business, tenlng on account of lck ress. will tell cheap 1331 Sth st N. W CIGAR stationery store for sale. low rates. Appl 1I.-1 Tth st n w ! f-Oll SA LE Prosperous cafe and dairy lunch business, well established trade, advantage ous location, terms reasonable, cash unly OI.IVB UAIE, 7C4 II st N. E. Apply im indlatel ! FOR RENT-Corner store, good .-tan.l. in eluding stock. Apply 403 Wisconsin a.e FOR SALE HOUSES 5-ROOil HOUSE 300 vds from depot, fine cellar, 3 large porches. bet water In Burke's, nic shade, 1 acre with privilege of 5 acres. R E. MARSHALL. Rarke. a. ! KOR SALE Sacrifice for 33,0. ne t-rooin and bath house, cost 14,0, hai.l.xJ fin ish, larKe ard. located near lOili street and faik road . W. Box -! Tim-i Offlie FOR SALE at a bargain, corner house, south ern exposure, two large baj windows, rlx spacious rooms, reception hall, tiled bath and vestibule, plenty of closet room, larnJ pautr, chlnn closet, cellar uiiiIt entire bouse, sanitary wash tubs, hot vuter heat, summer hot water attachment. IihkIk l fin ish, beaulitull) apred. i,.hxI lc. vatd :.r,l large parking, must be seen tn lw .ippie clalcd 351 H)ih st S K FOR SALE Good home. 321 monthly' n cash requtrtl: S-rooni brlik amxl repair. near Proeii Hnskalr full Iniorniiil ,m MiAkii.1V OKKIOES FOR PATENT ATTORNEYS The entire 5fh floor of our building at llth and F sts.. will be rented at very attractive figures. Patent attorneys particularly, should be Interested. The location is One. wit good eleva.or and other service. Apply UI-rec-r to BEHRV WH1TMORE CO. LARGE OFFICES and stores In bualsus section. eUctric lights, elevator, team. janitor. 313 to 325. Dental offices. SIC to . MCiOR liLDG.. 3th an.i Grant pi. Call tta floor I FOR RENT STABLES TWO-STORY brick stable. 20x50: 9 stalls; So ft, allej. Rear 430 K N. W. ! THINK QUICKLY -ACT AT ONCE 1 have a, few beantUuIIy located balf-acre lots overlooking the Capital, within few min utes' walk of electric cars: price. 322. t.m Vi casta, balance 35 month. Just Think of It! COSTS TOU NOTHING TO -INVESTIGATE BEMEMBEE I HAVE ONLY A FEW. AND SVrU OF THESE HAVE ALREADY GONE. Address BOX 228, Time Office. HOW TO BE YOUR OWN ANDORD on 3100 cash and J15 monthly, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on WM. H. RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. TL M. ! 1 FOR SALE Refined colored, neat, attractive S-room house In Hampton Park. Only 331 cash; balance Uke rent. Room 5. 1413 G i s a w wsi 1a 4TV4. irAv T JlVJiC D Wefc VrfCIJ :. v... .- room house, with large lot; try cheap at 33.250; terms if desired. Also bouse to rent. 32-69. Room 5. 1413 G st. WATERFRONT PROPERTY. RARE OPPORTUNITY TO GET AN IDEAL LY located salt-water small farm at a bargain- 15 acres at Plney Point. Md.; o state. crabs and fishing; 3 hotels, i stores snd I churches nearby: good boat servic. bur.ga tn nmiltrv nlant. fruit, garden, sbada anl fine view. JLSUO. .- J. jtuiJiin lauuir wi. Suburban Farm Specialist, ' 1404 H at. X. W. For Sale or Rut FOR SALE LOTS RICHMOND PARK Beautifully located, will sacrifice at 30c per foot, cost about twice that, must Sell at once BOX 3. Times offt J KOR SALE Two acres Lanham. Md.. I'a. R. R BOX 317. Times office. ! FOR SALE FARMS TEN-ACRE CHICKEN FARM In the District. Three-room house, chicken house, stable and shed, about & acres ot timber, about 50 apple trees, about 350 blackberry, red raspberry, and gooseberry. 20 grape vines; watered by never ailing brunch. Buildings Insured ior tsou. Price. 32. 0. ALL FOR 3500 CASH EASY TERMS. Mcl-ACHLKX BANKING CORPORATION. 10th and G streeta N. W. New House and Store Combined, c rooms, corner of Columbia and rroxpect aves.. West Hyattsville, Md., A. M. I . suitable for any business, electric light, good water, can also furnish any amount of ground required; also I tlce cor ner lots. 50 by 150 each. Must be sold at. once; also. 5 other fine lots at bargain prices. Inquire DR. CZARRA, 732 13th st. For Sent. COLONIAL BEACH. VA.. for rent. Elsie Cottage; five large rooms furnished: lij the week or month. Apply to MISS LAURA O. HUNT. 3221 Mt. Pleasant St. N. W. I FOR EXCHANGE RAILROADS Chesapeake Beach Railway. Schedule of Excursion Trains. (Subject to Change Without Notice Dallv. Except Saturday and Sunda Going, leave- District Line. 3:30 and 10.30 a. m 2.30, 5.40 and S.00 n in Returning, leave Chesapeake Ucach. 3:00. COO and 10-UO p. m. STIRD.VS AND SUNDAYS. Going leave District Une. -30 and 11:00 a. m . i.30 5.40 and S 00 p. m Returning, leave Chesapeake Reach. 12.30. 3 CO. S:CO and 10.00 p in. W. T. JONES. President 1 FOR EXCHANGE Several 25-root buddies lots (clear), near Kth st. bridge, for Chevy Chase or city improved property. Brokers, attention. FULTON R. GORDON. Owner. Colorado bldg: Main 5I. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAfT MONEY TO LOAN 3250 to 3500.000 on D. C real estate. Several trust tunds 4i tn 1 per cent, AH transactions conducted suta economical consideration lor borrowera. WM. IL SAUNDERS CO.. Southern Building. 07 15th . N. W SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at ( on District Real Jc talc Ay amount from 3200 to 35,j00. on fuO er second trust, in straight note c nioiuao payments. Takes only three da to uvt U'm" PAUL V. MITCHELL. A - 7l llth St. N. W . t . MONET TO LOAN on rest (state: lewest rates; prior payment privileges: Largs satou-ts. TYLER RUTHEFOKD. TrYjith. 4H-ACRE poultry plant. Vi enna. Va fine dwelling of 9 rooms; largi bam. several poultry Houses; fruit, shade . Right at station. Real bargain at 33.350. 3 ACRES'. Berwyn. Md.. t room dwelling. Stable, fruity and shad Only C250. ' Woodrldge, D. Ca T rooms a bath, hot-water beat. U acre ot ground. Firs. class property, price 33.200. Woodrtdge, D. C. neat C-rooa dwelling, bath; large lot. Only 32.U0. Lot t150 feet, on Raymont street. Chevy Chase, for quick sate 31.0X0, All these properties on easy terms. ARTHUR L CONNOR, 224 Oxford Bldg.. 14th and X. Y. ave. FOR SALE LOTS. A desirable lot In Takom a Park. 100x200 All improvements: sewer, water and gas plenty of shade trees, or would consider ex changing for small investment property. BALLARD LANHAM. INO.- 142$ New York ave. 1 r t .