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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,1 MONDAY; JULY 26,' 1915.
n MAXIM FUNERAL TO BE FROM THIS CITY Body of Superintendent of Vet erans' Home Being Brought Here Today. Tho bodyof Lieut. Alfonzo A. Maxim, !vU war veteran, and auperlntendent of the Soldiers' and Sailors; Home. 801 O treet northwest, who died In Atlantic City. N. J., yesterday, will be brought to Washington today for burial. Ar rangements for the funeral will be made after the arrival of the body at 6 o clock Lleutenant Maxim died as the result of an attack of angina pectoris. Accom panied by Mrs. Maxim, he left Wash ington abput a week ago to spend his vacation at the New Jersey resort. Mrs. Maxim will accompany the body to this city. , .,..,.. Lieutenant Maxim enlisted in the army from Michigan In 1863. He was made first lieutenant and also quartermaster of the Tenth Michigan regiment. Kisses Soldier Squad. LONDON. July 28. An over patriotic London working girl created amusement in a big central railway station by kiss Ing an entire squad of soldiers leaving for the front. jjg SPHHER RESORTS Betterton, Md. beach apiusea rra'0l5lsyW.l2 condition. Dancing, skating, bowling, pool, and other amusements. G. W. Mann, Manas. Home Cottage porch; rates reaa. 3 mln. to beach; excellent table; plenty shade, lawn, MRS. M. GREENWOOD. Pen Mar. wit . r orresi inn, t0 Pen Mar- New house; bath; electrified: large porchea: ex. table; at park. MRS. BELLE F. BTOLER. Annapolis, Md. WEEK-END TRIPS HOTEL MARYLAND &r$S3LJ&2 Rehoboth Beach, Del. HOTEL HENLOPENr Directly on 'BOARDWALK Capacity 250; orch. Bath houses exclu. (or guests. Booklet. Walter Burton, Owner-Prop. Chesapeake Beach. High View Hotel Room and board, $7 and 13 weekly. By day. $1.50. Room without board, large and airy. furnished. $5. Maryland. Hotel Tolchester Beautifully situated on Chespeake Bay. Special rates by the week or weok-end. Ap ply O. E. NOLAND, Supt. Tolchester Beach, Md EDUCATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL liar School Night School EMERSON INSTITUTE ESTABLISHED 1852. NOW OPEN. 1740 P Street N. W. Steward's Business College 12th AND F STS. N. W. Washington's Leading Business College. Tht Berlitz Softool ol Languagts Open all summer. 318 14th st. nw. Ph. M. 3317 DANCING MR. AND MRS. HARTLEY, formerly MISS COULTER, 1423 11th St. N. W. ; all dancing taught; private lessons, 50c. Phone N. 2184. 1 MILLERS, Belasco Theater. Up-to-the-minute Dances. Bummer rates. M. 5829-Y. PROF. WYNDHAM, 818 12th N. W., Ph. Main 5679. Summer rates. All dance. Lea eon. 75c. LADY ASSISTANTS. 1 GLOVER'S, 613 22nd; lighted lawn, clas dances Tues., 50c; ladles free: private lea- Fons any hour 50c; fox trot, one-step, heslta- tlon, waltz. 2-step: latest method. Ph. W. 1129 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE STORAGE- To fill our new warehouse we are offering snecial rates to our customers. DISTRICT TRANSFER 483 C at. N. W. Main 1391. Moving, Packing and Shipping. STORAGE Low rates for the summer months. Moving, packing, and shipping. Estimates. LITTLEFIELD. ALVORD & CO., Ph. West 737. Branch Office. 1408 Pa. ava. N. W. STORAGE 31 mo., hauled in free; all we aek, compare our prices to othere; estimates cheerfully given; central location, dry, clean storage rooms, open for Inspection at any time. H. Baum & Son., 912 Pa. ave. M. 1214. STORAGE. Special rates for next few months; new, clean, dry storage for furniture and pianos. Estimates cheerfully given. Convenient lo cation. WESCHLER'3. 920 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Main 122 500 Storage Rooms, $1 Mo. Up Moving Padded Vans Packing Experts UNION STORAG-. CO. Ph. M. 4374. Of. and W'house 414 3d st. N. W. SAFETY FIRST! Absolutely Fireproof Storage UNITEI STATES STORAGE CO. 418-420 10 St. N. W. Phone M 4220 Private room,, $2 Per Mo. and ap Moving Packing Shipping Washington, Baltimore, and Sub urban movin. Northeast Express Company. 1003 H St N. E. Ph. Lin. 3970. M nVTNrf-r PADDED VANS JilU V XiN VT FURNISHED. Phone M. 2010-2011. KEIEG'S EXPRESS, 1328 H Street N. W. 6TORAOE. PACKING. AND SHIPPING. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! Advsnced on storage. UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAOB CO., 8th and D sts. nw. Ph. M, 6305 Estimate on Packing and Shipping. LOST AND FOUND MEN Two. Call on tobacco trade, Interest of Little Encore Cigars, best seller on mar ket, good money for men who will work, fall today. Room 203. 920 F St. N. W. ! CAMERA feeneca. 2x3, on street car Sun day afternoon Reward. 1516 Park road 1 WMHT WAT CH Gold, with leather Btrap, Howard & Co make engraved on ba-k l de V M In ilrcle I.ost Jul 23. Reward If returned to Chey Chaie Club. POCKETBOOK Black, containing $90. list of toA. sllxer quarter and small key. Liberal reward if returned to K-RAIQ S EXPRESS, 1-2S H at. N. W. Funerals Enoa Crews. Funeral services for Enos Crews, who died yesterday at his residence, 1705 Second street northwest, will be held tomorrow at 3:15 o'clock. Michael King. Funeral services for Michael King were held today at the residence, 482 B street southwest, and St. Dominic's Church. E. E. McConnell. Funeral services for Mrs. V. E. Mc Connell were held today at the Bap tist Home, 3248 N street northwest. Joseph Harman. Funeral services for Joseph Harman, of 1623 Wisconsin avenue, will bo held Wednesday at Holy Trinity Church. In terment will be In Holy Rood Cemetery. Want Aviation Minister. LONDON, July 26. Parliamentary cir cles learn that a movement Is on foot to ask the government for establish ment of an "air" department with Win ston Churchill as minister of aviation. Atlantic City. nnaTUwougn-iMcim ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. JOSIAH WHITE & SONS COMPANY. Ocean City. Md. The Mount Pleasant, On Ocean Front. Comfortablo rooms. Kxcel lent table Open June 27. Mrs. W. B. Ruell. "THF P.ARIFS" Faelng the ocean; excel. 111b UJlDUkJ table; mod. rates; home like; new management. Armstrong & Trader. Tarry' a VkltilaOcean City, Md. Open. 'f " "leCulslne the best. Ocean view. B. KINNAMON, rrop. Mod, rates. TU-. Vnn!. On Boardwalk; ocean ine Virginia front Dtntng Room Rates reasonable. Lafayette Johnson. Prop Ocean View. ATLANTIC COTTAGE ON BEACH; largo airy rooms and wide e randas; excellent table: all modern conven iences: running water in every room. Free use of boat and bathhouses W, F. AYRKS. POCAHONTAS COTTAGE Virginia Beach. Va.. ocean front; greatly en larged; thoroughly modern; fine table; for rates, etc.. address MRS. A. II. WILLIAMS. North Carolina. To Western North Carolina Land of the Sky and California Southern Rwy.. 705 15th nw. HELP WANTED MALE BOY Bundle wrapper. Apply ELITE LAUN DRY. 2119 14th st N. W. BOY Colored, west. as porter. 912 F street north- BOY to draw aoda at night and every other Sunday. Apply at nca. GOLDSMITH, Drug Store. 1200 7th st. N. W. CARRIAGE WASHER, 8th st. N. W. hostler. Apply 416 COOKS Colored: male. Colonial Beach; quick. EUREKA. 1011 N. Y. ave. 50 COLORED MEN Middle-aged. Call o 33S Armory place S. W.. at ence. PETER. ! Fisher's Agency, 419 10th st. N. W. Help Supplied. Day, Week, or Month. Phone Main 3518. GOOD MILKER in dairy. Rockvllle Md. Apply BOX 178, MEN Able-bodied, young; to qualify as chauffeurs and auto repairmen; 355 to $160 monthly; we assist to positions; booklet free WM. CRABB, Dept. A5. 66 Beaver st. New York. STENOGRAPHER Young man with S'ime knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. State experience and salary. Address BOX 465, Times office. STAIR BUILDERS Union, ply 1523 Gales st. N. E. Ap- TINKER'S HELPER. CAPITAL METAL WORKS. 11th and P sts. N. D. YOUNG MEN Two, colored, who have had some experience at painting. Call 14 Grant place. HELP WANTED FEMALE CLERK One with knowledge of stenography. Apply 2119 14th N. W. EARN MONEY in your spare time. Call or send postal for information. Room 303, 710 14th st. QIRL Colored. experienced; for general housework In family of three. Apply 1634 29th st. N. W. JULIUS QAJIFINKLE &. CO., desire the services of a young woman as head of their neckwear department; only those who are thoroughly experienced need apply before 10 a. m.. 13th and F sts YOUNG LADY to make herself generally ueeful in an office. Must bo good at fig ures. Apply 315 L st S. W. JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO, Is desirous of procuring the services of thoroughly ex perienced saleswomen (no other noed apply) for their corset and Infant departments, Ap ply before 10 a, m. 13th and F sts. HELP WANTED Male and Female. SIX YOUNG MEN wanted for sub-agents, right away. We pay 50 per cent on all or ders. Write for particulars Also young lady wanted as a stenographer, wo pay $30 a month and board. Write for full particulars. Address WILLIE HEBRON. Laurel. Md. SITUATIONS WANTED Female. GENERAL HOUSEWORK-Neat. reliable, colored girl: good reference; suburbs or citv. EUREKA, 1011 N. Y ae. GENERAL HOUSEWORK In small family; respectable colored woman. 403 Q st. N.W. AUTOMOBILES Chevrolet roadster, starter and lights $475 Herff-Urooks tour'g car, starter and llghts.$550 Oldsmoblle touring car $475 Btudebaker touring car $250 Overland touring car $i;$ Henderson-Rowe Auto Co. 1012 Hth st. N W Main 3543 1 OVERLAND ROADSTER-W1I1 sacrifice for cash. 1341 9th st. N. W., Phone N. 1819. 1 FORD TOURING CAR and roadster. 1914, both fully equipped: very cheap; owner lealng tlty. Apply 415 K st. N. W. Phone M. 7031; after 6. N. 7527. STUDEBAKER. 7-passenger touring car: Al condition; cheap; will demonstrate. SOS East CAPITOL. Phone Line. 3268 1 MAXWELL RUNABOUT-A1 condition; good tires: will sell for 3100. 918 9th ne.. L. 4070 For Hire. CALL NORTH 93 OR MAIN 5975 day or night for a handsome 5-passenger touring car, $1 50 to $.' per hour. Special rates for shnp plng and touring Jrlps i-PASSENGCR touring cars, $1 25 per hour. take n car to do our shopping, specuU rates for tourlns 1226 7th st N W N 1459 91.no lEH HOUH 5-PAS, M.A.VKI.L Careful drivers, special rates for tourlns parties Phone M. 5975. or North 93 AUTO HIRE COMPANY. I and 7-passenger cars. $2 and 13 par hour. None better. PHONH LINC. 1M. iJmS I FOR'RENT ROOMS Furnished. II ST. N. W.. 2011 Furnished rooms. $6 month and up, Mth BT. N. W UW (Apt. D-Clean, nicely furnished front rooms, hot water. Call after 6:30. 1 GRANT PLACB, 11 Three large, nicely fur nished rooms; hot and cold water, reason. able. J MASS. AVE. N. W., M7 Elegantly furnished front rooms; large and cool; central loca tion. H ST. N. W 918 Large and small cool rooms; southern exposure, 2 up; meals If wanted. N. J. AVE. N. W., 706 Two second floor front rooms, 1. h. k,, back parlor furnlshod. THE IDEAL APART. CO., 1909 PA. AVE.' N. W. Two-room apartment -furnished com plete for housekeeping; single rooms, tl.SO per week up. Phone Main 7177. EYE ST. N. W 015 Large front room, aeo ond floor, southern exposure, hot-water dallv; single rooms. 3rd ST. N. V 736 Largo breezy bay-window rooms; kitchenette; central; bargain. NEW HAMP. AVE.. Ill Bet. Washington and Dupont Circles; apartment fitted for housekeeping, to adults. 1 11TU N. W 1021 One large furnished room; water on same floor; h. w. h. 1 3D ST. N. W 422 Furnished rooms for housekeeping or sleeping, ! 12th ST. N. W., 914 Two front rooms, fur nished complete; I. h. lc; 513 per n)onth; other rooms, $1.50, $2.50; square from park; transients, 50c. ! 3D ST. N. W 609-FuriMshcd rooms, with or without housekeeping; one or two, ! PA. AVE. N. W l:0S-Opp. Raleigh, llcely furnished; In business, theatrical and Gov ernment districts; no car tare, 1 E ST. N. W.. 310 Nlco large bright rooms; convenient downtown section. O ST. N. W., 413-Newly papered, 1. h. k. rooms; running water; opp. Pension Park. 730 8th ST. N. W. Quiet, shady block, right downtown, super ior furnishings and service: reasonable rates. 15th ST. N. W., 917 Newly painted and dec orated, entirely newly furnished. 1 Unfurnished. C ST. N. E., 144 Three bright rooms on 2d floor, with gas, ulnk In kitchen, 110 D BT. N. E.. 302 Thres'brlght unfurnished rooms; 1. h. k. ; heat. gas. and bath; 3 large closets. 2d ST. N. E 13 Second floor, 3 large rooms; porch, bath, hot water, steam heat; also garage for rent. I R ST. N. W 903 Three large second iloor rooms, suitable for 1. h. k. ; private bell; window shades: private fatnlly. Furnished or Unfurnished. 9th ST. N. W 1323-Two unfurnished rooms, 1, h. k 3rd floor. Also one 2nd floor front room, furnished: rent reasonable. E ST. N. W., 622 Cool front rooms, cheip rntes. l ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED BOARDER Quiet room for elder ly gentleman. J25 per mo.: prlvato family, one block of Printing Office. IPS (i st. N W, 9th ST. N. W , S15 Rooms and board, meals in cafe from menu, 345 for 2, 325 for 1, table board 33 50 for 2 menls; $4.50 for 3. H ST. N. W., 908 Cool, pleasant rooms: ex collent board: 35 per week ami up. 10th ST. N. W 1246 Nicely furnished rooms, with board; nice location, terms moderate. 1' TERRACE INN, 1401 Mass ae. N. W Large cool front rooms; southern exposure, central location; rates reasonable. Ph. N. 632. 1 8th ST. N. '"W., S24 -Room and board. 15 week table board, J3. C o'clock breakfast. GEORGIA AVE , 6441 Suburban rooms and board; fun vegetables and chickens. 1 K 8T. N. W., Ills Rooms with board: select place: central; home cooking; transients ac commodated. K ST. N. W., 90S Nicely furnished zoom, with board; central location TABLE BOARD Lincoln Cafe, 740 10th St. N. W. Regular dinners, Sic and 50c. Vegetable dinner, 25c. Dinner hours, 5 to 7:30 p. m Lunch, 12 to 2 p. m 35c. Breakfast. 7 to 10 a m 35c. A la carte service. 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. A trial will convince that we serve only the purest food. Special Note Try our 20c and 25c Club Breakfast, and 25a Business Men's Lunch. L ST. N. W.. 909-Two meals, 32.50, 3 meals. 33.00. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES rOR SALE The entire contents of a 13-room rooming house: every room occupied; party leaving for Colonial Beach, price 3200 cash. Apply 926 8th st. N. W. STORE, grocery, well-known place, good business, for sale or rent. J. C. AMBER QER. Jr., Conduit road, D. C. At store after 2 p. m, LUNCHROOM Doing good established busi ness, near Government department; long lease; only reason for selling owner has other business. BOX 461, Times office. ! FOR SALE The entire contents of a 12-room boarding and rooming house; oery room occupied: reasonable. 929 K st. N W. CLAIRVOYANTS The Little White Mother A plain, simple gentlewoman of natural in tuitive ability. Engages herself for limited number Interviews dally. Alms to reacn acmo of clairvoyance with reading of our just, present, futuie life. Includes descrip tions, names, locations, dates, etc , pertain ing mk-ttcrs and pople she tells jou of. Countess Machen-De I-ong will not accept feo In advance, no pajment unless jou are thoroughly satisfied. AT HOME. 10 A. M. TO 9 P M. DAILY. NO INTERVIEWS ON THE SABBATH. Readings, One Dollar Up. 7Mfl Rtli St XT T 730 8th St. N. W. NEAR H ST OPP. CHURCH. 7!ir,"N!TT A Controls events, never falls. J-LJ1- J--LX1- States fans. Gives names and dates. 1234 7th st. N. W 1 MAHAM FIF1 D When you consult her mPiUntn ntLu you con5Ult the Meunues me oe.mjmru. n. iiiu, io UJ1 I1W 705 EIGHTH ST. N. W. MME. CAKLETTA, CLAIRVOYANT. IMPRESSIONAL CARD READER, PALMIST, 30 ears' experience, mostly in "Washington. Without a question TELLS OBJECT CALL. YOUR NAME, NAMES. FRIENDS. ENEMIES. Advice on Business, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Divorce, Past. Present. Future. Special Reading, $1. More exact information, better advice than ....,1 Vta.s .vr Imrl. KnnrntaH ..nnlt. Hnnns nnc QtU CT M w TO 11 A. M. ,UJ "-" 01- " w 9 P. M. MRS LUSBY Systematic Card irmo. bUODl, Reading. Palmistry. 2d floor, open 7Q7 1 1 f 1-, Sr Closed Sun. tlll9:S0p.m. ul J"Ll,u ot" Ladles only. MMF HI d A. Reunites the separated. mjTin,. ULUrt Near Providence Hospital, 176 N. Carolina ave. 8 E. FITZGERALD-Noted Falmlst and Double Seeing Powers. Future, courtship, marriage, and business; guaranteed. 902 12th st. N. W. Mmo. Catherine nanFa.m.?,ar Reliable advice on business and love affairs. LOCATED 16 YRS, AT 508 6TH ST. N. W. SPIRITUALISM MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally; seances Tues. & Thurs. even ings Ph. Line. 301S 315 N. J ave. S. E. 1 Marie A. Davidson, Ph. D. SPIRITUAL MEDIl'M. Headings Dally. Circles Thurnlav. Sum 1027 th st, N. W Mmp Tholma ordained medium mme. i nt-mid, RKADINa DAIl Vi circles. Wt1. and Fit , 8 p m. There is no death, come and lie convinced of plrlt lorn munlratlon, 3101 Indiana ave. N. W 1 MRS. J. E. MAI.TBY. 1112 10th St. N. W. Meetings Wed. and Frl 7.40 p. m.. a mea ts ( to each. Dally readings, a. m. to J9 a. m. Ph. North $23. BULLETIN OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES Detailed information concerning the following opportunities may be eecured free of charge upon application to BUREAU OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 801 MILLS BUILDING. KET TO ABBRP1VIA.TIONB USED: BLAW Free board. lodging;. nfl washing;. PM Per month. PW-Per week. pr-pr day. PH Per hour. BeVL Free board and lodging. HO FAM Unfurnished house, garden, fuel and milk. ES English speaking. Exp Experienced. Tr. Adv. Transportation may be ad vanced under favorable conditions. Unless otherwise stated, It will be understood that all opportunities are of pvrawiieiH nature, ana in ncip i umrea Maryland. 370 239. Washington County. Forty persons to pick peaches and one cook for plain cook ing for camp. Single or married men with out families. Any ES. Tr. adv., and de ducted. Work will last about six wee'.t. II PD, UAL. 10 hours PD. Exp. preferred, otherwise preference given to skilled me chanics who ore out of work. 3707221. Washington County. One single man for genera) farm work. English. Other ES. Exp. No, Tr. $18-20 PM year around. UL&W. West Virginia. 69134. Fayette County. A demand still ex . Ists for experienced coal miners at re above place, and It is desired that the op portunity be given additional publlolty In BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WORK.INGMEN It Is not remarkable that our business Is of the proportion that It Is, but why not make It greater? Value will do It; and hero's how: the new pants m 31.50 to 13 are sure, Mike, to eavo you 25 per cent clear! one price, JUSTH'B OLD STAND, 619 D. Mattresses and Box Springs. SPECIAL FOU THIS MONTH Hair and felt mattresses remade and renovated equal to new, 31.25; bring Uils coupon and get a re ducement of 25c when presented. EAGLE HEDD1NO CO.. 1319 7th. Ph. N. 5210. SUMMER SPECIAL "VnlE made, equal to new, II, Call for and deliv ered. Capitol Renovating Co.. 1241 7th. N. 2. Vacuum Cleaners. Vacuum Cleaning $3.50 Per Day. With expert operator. Land or electtlo clean era for rem II r da. NATL VACUUM SALES CO MAIN 4156. 8TH AND I fTH. N. W. Duplicate Letters. NATIONAL LETTER 8ERVICK. BUSINESS BUILDERS. C. B. UREEN, Mgr 403-44 Munsar Building Laundry LAUNDRY COLLARS, 2o. SHIRTS. ALL 10c SPREADS. 10c. TABLE CLOTHS, 3c. METROPOLITAN LAUNDRY. Phone M. 6410. 910 th st. N. W. Carpet Cleaning. HARRY DAVIS, FMF DANHAKL DAVIH. 63 L St. N. W. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CARE- fully cleaned; rugs woven from old carpets, mattresses renovated. Estimates furnlabed. ALBERT KAHLERT t CO, 352 B St. sw. M. 2028. House Repair Work. CARPENTER REPAIR WORK and house painting; special low prices for short time. ELLIOTT. 1400 U st. N. W. N. SS63. Window Shades. WE ALSO SHADE THE PRICK. Opaque shades fitted, 85c; oil opaque tr do mestic holltnd shades, 50c: duplex, cambric shades. 75c. KLEnHLATT'8. lllh and H N. B. Paints, Varnishes, and Stains. "THE DURARLF" Rdy Mixed PainU try J. Joa. Catloth. 306 4Vt st 8 W. M.lfo-J. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS C. T HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILL-INO FLOOR OIL Keeps the floors clean and bright; gives them polished finish; good ror your furniture; try it. 50 cents gallon de livered, or at our grocer. 15c large bottle, blue label. Office, lit Pa. ae. Ph. M. 545). USED PIANOS. 3350 Preston upright 11(0 3325 Cooke upright 150 1275 Marshall & Wendell upright 75 USED PLAYERS. 1700 Orclllan, 88-note player 1150 $350 Ntwton, ill-note player 325 $750 Binning, 38-note player 330 TERMS ARRANGED. JTJELG PIANO CO., 13th and O N. W. FOR SALE Bed room suite, wardrobe, din ing table, chairs, hatrack, rockers, and other household furnishings. 50 R. I. ave. N. W. N. 5155 FOlt SALE One-half cost priee. brand mw piano, never been taken oft the flow of the store where it was pur cha.K.d. Apply 1020 Munsey Building. WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS SECOND-HAND clothes bought and sold. DAVE STERN. 1218 7th St. Drop postal. HIGHEST CA'JH prices paid for worn cloth ing, either ladles' or men's; send postal; will call. H. TARSHES. 180S 7th St. N. W. Phone North 499. WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your goods to the man who glvaa the most money. See HOPWOOD. 3th and IC 1 PERSONALS Maier & Blackburne JSff-.c.ip treatment, chiropody; hrs. 9 to 7; Sun.. 9 to 2 All branches taught: summer rates. 303 Kenols Bldg . 11th and O sts , M. 5631, ! r-l-M-l-M HllHill1 1' HP pppn SPECIALIST, a. Ul, rC.Ll-',tHi7 STREET. The Most Important Advice that I can offer to anv man or wnmnn who is suffering from any I T ncute. chronic, or special disease la J. ! . . . . .,- - - e-rm 1 to inKO irmiieuifiiu biujib iu uci u WULL. 60fi. Bacteria vaccines, and all the new serums and antl- . . toxins administered. Blood tests . made. Laboratory stocked with everything the best In medicines, y Over 30 years practice in treat- 1 lng Catarrh, Indigestion, Con- stinatlon. Piles. Throat. Lung. Hr.iln. Heart. Blood, und Skin Dis- T j eases. Rheumatism, all stages of T tilooa .roisuiiuiK, .utvuub uiiu uen- j. eral Debility. Charges Low. Medl- X X clnes Furnisnea. uince Hours: 10 J. tO 1, O lO O. OUIIUUB, iU IU J, H"I"1"1"1"H'H-I"K-H"I"M"H-H MRS. ORA FIELD. Magnetic massage, face and scalp treatment. 815 H ST N. W.. 2D FLOOR. ! MISS JAMRRON, Manicurist and chiropody; hours, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 1212 N. Y, at. N. W.. 2nd floor. l MISS WELLS KSt'Ho'tS 4. 933 q st. N. W., Apartment 2. Third floor. M QTIIRN MANICURING. ITllOO OiUftlli 8CALP TREATMENT. Tie 11th st. N. W.. third floor. ! MANICURING Facial, hair and scalp treat ment with electric vibrator; ladles and gen. tlemen. 506 Kenols bldg,. 11th and O. DR. DELLA R. WHEELER. Mechano Therapist. Circulation and Nerve Specialist. 1117 I st. N. W. Main 3358. MOTORCYCLES COL. AUTO SUPPLY CO.. Agents for Read- inK plttllUWlU .., V V...". u'l. Mlhl'lO Dili. Sundays. .035-37 14th t Ph. lol. 3999. EXCELSIOR with 1'. O. -. tank und lamp, $125; perfect condition. H D 1912, single clutch. $w. HARLEY. DAVIDSON REPAIR co inn 'Mb p N. w. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE 8 horses, i mules, sold on leu Moabl tarsoa. Rear 47$ Pa. aw. N. W. eoon as possible. this manner, with a view to securing mere men for this work, the wages ranging from K to 12,25 per diem, according to the ex perience and character of work penormea. District of Columbia. 7 915. Washington, D. C. Wanted one cook, one maid or waitress and one laun dress. Belgian or French. Single or r.iur ried. No children wanted. MO I'M each or 125 PM for good cook. Good home. Tr. adv. from New York. Virginia. 870201. Loudoun County. One married man as gardener and look after ions. Belgian, Flemish. Must speak French. 2-5 tows. Exp, or green. No children wanted, Tr. adv, 130 I'M, B&L. Wife to do cooking and housework. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. 1-M-I"1-1-W"!-H"HH"?'4'4H-H-H- T several Attractive T Apartments JL available In the following houses. Spe cial concessions for summer months. THE TORONTO, 20th and P sts. 4 and 5 rooms and bath. THE LACLEDE, 1223 Vermont ave. 4 rooms and bath., THE ARGYLE, 17th and Park road 4 rooms and bath. 4- THE GIBRALTAR, 18th and Kalorama ave. 3 rooms and b. 4 THE MT. PLEASANT, 3153 Mt. Pleasant st. 5 rooms and bath. T THE ASHTON, nw. 1 and i rooms and hath "i f H26 R st J The F. H. Smith Company ?. 815 15th Street, DELIGHTFUL, COOL. MODERATE PRICED; FASHIONABLE AND DU.31RABLE LO'MIO.V. THE NEWPORT. 2164 FLA. AVE. X. V. Large porches, aunings. jinltor service, gas. electricity, shower baths, K0 'M to (27.50 CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N.Y.Ave. 1300 U ST. N. W 4 rooms and bath. ...325.50 1246 20th st. nw.. 4 rooms, gas and water 10.75 COLORED. 1013 1st st nw , 6r and b, 1st floor 32050 1258 10th st nw 16.30 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOUTHERN BUILDINO. APARTMENT NO. 2, Tirst floor, the Soluno. 1333 Euclid St., 4 rooms, reception hall and bath. 132 50. Inquire of Janitor and 1H0 ISth st. N. W. AT 412 FIRST ST. S. E , Just below the Capitol, we have a modern apartment build ing. 3 rooms and bath, only 322. Mi ttnd 4 rooms and bath, 127. TO Nice, large rooms. C. W. SIMPSON, Co., INC. 734 15th st. N. W. AVON APART.. 1103 Columbia road-5 large rooms and bath; all modern conveniences. Rent 330.50. Apply 428 fith st. N. W. 1 310 13th 8. W.. 3 rooms and batn 321.01 725 7th 8. W t rooms and bath 316.01 1443 E. Capitol St.. 6 rooms and bath.. ..324. 50 70s H at. S. W., t rooms and bath $17.54 PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John Marshall pe. FOR SALE HOUSES I--M"M' H-I-H'l I I I'H'H 1 M'M'l" you a:; OWN ONE : J OF THESE HOMES : On 16th St. between C & D Sts. S.K. By paying only fljoi KA Pr month (which Inwaiiww clud both Interest end principal.) PRICE, $2,35C I rooms, tile bath, deep lot, porch across entire front ueautuuiir located. -r" JV vui ijus.i. t Open for Inspection dally and Sunday ' r mi a i m. i"l"U 1 "l- I I I 'imi r CORNER NEAR IOWA CIRCLE: Jr. and hath; sell at once for $5,000; offered last year. $7 COO. BOX 43$. Times office. I2-. CASH AND SMALL MONTHLY PAY MENTS will buy 6r. .nd b. brick; cost. $2,500. sell now- for $l,S0O. BOX 437, Times office. SELL AT ONCE FOR $3,250: only $100 cash; my handsome house, strictly up-to-date, near New Hampshire ave. and Park road. BOX 435. Times office I HERE IS A PERFECT HOME. e rooms. ne tain, tare lot. porcn. -H U all modern improvements, one and on- A nan squares from .!. LINCOLN PARK. . On 14U St. V. E . bet. North Carolina J. ave. and C st- One of the most beao- iliui locations in tne city. Only $100 cash and balance Ilka rent. JL 122.30 per month, including Intereat J. and principal. PRICE, $2,250 JL Open dally and Sunday until p. m. J. WMti UU1 TUUA.Y. J. NEW HOMES AT It to 22 Glrard Street N, K. One Block south of Soldiers' Home. Three sold, one left, four under construction. $300 CAfaH Price. $3,975 Monthly Payments. Fix rooms and tile bath: gas and electrio; concrete cellar; large attic; spacious double porches: hot-water heat; hardwood through out: laundry tubs, etc. TO INSPECT Take car marked Brookland. get off at North Capitol street and Glrard and walk one block east to sample house. Open and Lighted Until 9 P. M. THOS. A. JAMESON, OWNER AND BUILDER. 1931 North Capitol btreet. Phone N. 5936 for Free Auto Service. ON 9TH ST. N. E., Near 2 car lines. 6 rooms and bath; alley side and rear Price, $3,500. Offer wanted rb owner must sell. JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD, 723 20th St. N. W. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. on $100 cash and $15 month, at CHBVY CHARE. For full particulars dro postal, telephone, or call on WM. H. RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. Tel M. 3231. For Rent. 8-ROOM HOUSE. U acre, fruit, large oaks, bath, coal and gas range, electric lights. Interior newly papered and painted, near cars: $22.50. K A. HAYDEN. Mt Rainier. Phono Hvattsville. 4S-K FOR SALE FARMS ACRE cf ground, east of city; big sicrince, $250. OWNER, 213 F N W. 1 100 ACRES on pike In Ixiudoun Co., Va., 70 acres under cultivation, balance In (-econd growth timber, smooth land, not hill), well fenced, 7-room house and barn In good con dition, good orchard In bearing, corn c:op, hortes. coves und all farm In plements go with place Price, $5,500, half down, bal to sidt llils farm Is well locate i In a healthy Mo tion FARM DKl'T.. WM. H. SAUNDERS CO.. Southern Uldg OUT 2F TOWN PKlrVERTY For Sale or For Rent. BETHANY BEACH DEL. A Great Bargain. For sale or rent, a beautiful furnished 10- room cottage; rent for seuson 1125, sals, cash, U.000. Cba. U. Utrman. 5 too Uarbar, N. J. DEATHS DOWNEY-JOHANNA, widow of the lata Michael Downey, after a long illness, at the resldenoe of tier daughter, 1130 North Capitol street. Funeral from above address, 10 o'clock Thursday. Requiem mass at St. Aloyslus' Church. I KELI.EY On Monday, July 26, 1916, at 4:40 o'clock a, in,, at her residence, 720 Seventh street northeast, ANNA J. KELLEY, widow of Thomas B. Kelley. Funeral from her late residence on Tues day, July 27, at 3 o'clock p, m. Interment Lumberton, N. J on Wednesday, 4 p. m. (Philadelphia papers please copy.) IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for this column are accepted at 80 cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case no tice doei not exceed ten line. Add 10 cents for each line In excess of ten.) Vital Records BirthS Russell and Dorothy Waesche, boy. Horatio and Harriet M. Stonier, girl. John H. and Harriet A, Rush, boy. Benjamin M. and Rhea M. Mundell, boy. Henry L. and Ueorglana Joy, boy. James E. and Edna M. Curtln, girl. Harry A. and Mary C. Chick, boy. William II. and Damarla K. Colbert, boy. Richard A, and Elizabeth Brickerton, boy. Charlie and Lucy J. Whitby, girl. William and Adela Hamilton, girl. Alois and Christiana D. D. Klmmel, boy. G. Rodney and Katherlne Hall, boy. A. A. 1. and Rebecca Neel, girl. Edward F. and Blanche L. Henderson, girl. Carl and Mable Welgard, girl. John T. and Maria E. Marshall, girl. Jtrry and Marie V. Cutchman, boy. Joseph N. and Grace Ball, girl. William and Lillian Dean. girl. William and Irene Allen, boy. Robert and Mary Williamson, girl. Marriage Licenses. Richard A. Loughborough. 24, Locsburg, Va., and Etta M. Bell, 21, Leesburg. Thomas R. Jones, jr., 23, Washington, and Rosalie M, Keane, 27, Washington. Frank W. Roberts, 35, Washington, and Eve lyn Simmons, 24, Washington. Deaths. Marietta Dunham, 84 years. 1420 M street northwest. Sarah A. Challlce, 66 years, 1112 New Hamp shire avenue northwest. William H. Rodgers, 54 years, 145 N street southeast. Buelah W. Tolar. 33 years, Wardman Courts. Max Pines, 40 years, Sibley Hospital. Austin Humphrey, 3 months, 2300 K ttreet northwest. Oliver F. Cauffman, 0 months, 720 C street northeast. Infant of lieorge and Clara Carder, 3 days. Emergency Hospital. William Ashby, 10 years. Tuberculosis Hos pital. John fcftepbnev, 45 years. Tuberculosis Hos pital ' , George W. Clarvoe. II years, SOS Tenth atreet northwest. Francis L. Swing. 23 years. 428 Eighth street southwest. Eunice E McConnell, 91 years, 324S N street northwest. Mm Hefner, 46 years, Sibley Hospital. Fannie. Waple, 34 years, Tuberculosis Hos pital. Robert L. Matthews, 44 years, 600 Florence street northeast. Mark Worden, 67 years, 204 Massachusetts avenue northwest. Michael King, 74 years, 451 E street south west Johanna Downey, SI years, 1130 North Capi tol street. L Fajette Sykes, 33 years. Emergency Hos pital. Catherine J. Warren, 73 years. 323 N street northwest. Stanley Subber. ( months, 2900 Thirteenth street northwest Olga Joseph, 5 months. 317 Prospect avenue northwest Andrew Robinson, 7 months, 315 Virginia avenue southwest. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS of very description moderate prlaea. GUDE. 114 F BTREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & LIVERY. 332 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 13S5. WASHINGTON. D. C. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. FOR RENT A Few Specials 3657 13th St., 3r. b. hwh.. 2 porches $23.60 1010 Spring rd.. 6r. b front porch 26 50 343 11th st., 6r. b, hwh 25.50 751 Hobart St.. 6r b., fur. heat, porch.... 22.50 M0 Columbia rd , Cr. b., fur. heat, porch, 21,50 757-759 Fairmont St.. 6r. b , new house. 18.50 11 Q st. ne.. 6r. b., fur. heat 27.50 222-236 R ne.. 6r. b, porch 25.50 320 8th st. ne , Cr. b. lat heat 23.50 1352-1355 C ne,, 6r. b., lat. heat J6 50 311 9th ne., Cr. b., porch 27.50 105 15th re., 6r. b.. porch 22.50 26 16th ae , 6r. b. porch 20.50 614 M se., 6r. b lat. heat 18.60 162S A ne., r. b., lat. heat 15.C0 GET OUR COMPLETE LIST. GARDINER & DENT, INC., Main 4SS4 717 14th st. N. W. For Good Colored Tennants. 1502 S st., 9r. b.. lat. heat $33 50 130S T St., Sr. b.. lat. heat 35.50 1513 Corcoran St., 9r. b., lat. heat 35.50 311 T st.. 9r. b fur. heat 30.50 1917 9th st. 9r. b lat. heat 27 50 HOS-142S T at.. 6r. b. lat. heat 25.00 1636 Florida ave.. er. b, porch 25.50 2219-2223 16th St., 6r. b., lat heat 35.50 1635 Vermont nvc., 1st floor flat, 5r. b .. ..1.50 16Jj Vermont ave.. 2d floor flat, 6r, b, 1S40-1M2 7th, flats, 3r. b , 2053 9th st. 6r. b., lat. heat , 1754-1752-1740 Seiton st 6r. b , 2260 Cleveland ave., 6r 24.50 16.00 IS 50 20.50 16.50 6 L st. se . Cr. 12.50 GET OUR COMPLETE I 1ST VJll UUft lU(UrUC,lC L.I0 1. IrATtDTNHjR & T)1T1JT TNTf! UiUluuvuit CV 1JLjL J., -LlNlv., 717 14th tt. N. W. 314Vr L ST. S. W., 5 rooms and bath in splen did condition, lent only $15 per month. JOHN Qt INN CO . INC . 704 15th H. N W FOR RENT 418 11th S. W.-9 rooms and bath, Just placed in flrst-cliss condition and rent reduced to $16 50. JOHN QUINN CO , INC . 701 13th N. W. 423 9th ST. N. E. Near .1 car lines. 6 looms and bath, side light. Rent. $.'0.30. JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD, 723 20th st. N. W DO YOU WANT TO RENT the cheapest S room house In Washington, with all mod ern lmproements? On Sth St., Petworth; all 9th st. cars pass the corner to and from Soldiers' Home; rent only $22.50, splendid lo cation. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOUTHERN BUILDING. 1 2505 Champlain ave, nw , Sr,b .... 361 McLean ave. sw, 5r, water... 117-119 Schott's alley ne 1210 13th st. nw COLORED. .$43.50 . l-'.M) . 3.00 . 25 00 1305 Corcoran st nw , 10 rooms, bath. .$35 00 alO Fin. ave., store and dwelling 25 5u 310 1ZM st nw 7 rooms anl bath 23 oo 12J3 10th st. nw., 5 rooms and water 16 So LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 220 SOUTHERN ni'ILDING. I FOR COLORED TENANTS. DETACHED 6-room brick; modern bath, large yards, high and cool, 322 II st S U CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N.Y.Ave. SEMI-DETACHED Modern 6r. b brick, put In excellent repair, large side yard; f20 I st. N E Onlv 7. '2 50 CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N.Y.Ave. .T.It l'ON'fil!VSIO,AL I.IHItVP.Y-IInnd. some 10-too i uilcrn residence, 320 2d st S I! , near tar lines, chuuls and churches U2 it el, .N V. i roomv ami batn, large cellar and r'Hr ard. In i;ood condition; 2:.:i'. I'HIl.l.li'.s c. 320 John Ma-shall el Fiirnisrir-tl. A DESIRABLE HOME In Hrooklandb C . near the Catholic I nhrriltv 9 looms and batn, all modern Improvements LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, BO SOUTHERN BUILDING. 1 Spec5al Notices LADIES' AND QENTS' HATS CLEANED, best In town: social c rices: Ladies, too! men's Panama hats, 40o; straws, 26c! felts, 86c. TREASURY SHOE BHINH PARLOR, 603 15th St. N. W. 1 COSMOPOLITAN SffiS RKPAM Men's half-soled, sewed 50c.. Rubber heels, all makes. Sic. Work called for and delivered. 523 "tli N, W. PRESHLER'S VIENNA RESTAURANT, 321 L st. N. W. (near 7th). Regular Dinner. V.c. Furnished rooms i strictly home cooking. READ);.'') JL'KEWINO CO.'S U. 8. standard brand llgnt and dark beers, 31 cax: ale and porteo, 11.25 case. Union bear. "7BOS. H. BEAVERS. 60 4V4 st. B. W. Ph. 'JL tl9H Da FISK ELGIN Has removed his office. to 1233 Pa. ave, N. W rnone Main ewe. AUCTION SALES Thou, J, Uvtcii & Son, Auctioneer, TKtlbTEES' SALE OV VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. NO. 516 RANDOLPH STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed ol trust duly recorded in Liber 3653, at folio 323, one of the land records for the District of Columbia. and at the tequest of the party secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, the 23tli day of July, 1915, at four o'clock p. m., the following desctlbed land and pramltes, situate in the County of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and distinguished as Lot No. 112, in Square 74. "Petworth Addi tion to the City of Washington," as per plat recorded in the office of the Surveyor for tha District of Columbia, In Llbcr 48, at folio 73. Terms of sale: To be sold subject to a prior first deed of trust of 33,2, the payment of which s to be assumed by the purchases. The purchase money over and above the said first deed of trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of 300 will be required at the Urn of sale. Sale to be closed within lliuen day from day of sale or deposit forfeited. Con veyancing, etc., at cost of purchaser. BRUCE CLEVELAND. HARVEY C. JBICKEU Trustees. 709 Union Trust Blag. LEGAL NOTICES Ilutler & Vnlc, Attorneys. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA Frank G. Wright Company, Incorporated, a corporation oxitlnK under the laws of the State of Illinois, F. W. Cushlng, Jacob Schnur, and Bertha Baker Ailing. Plaintiffs, vs. Franklin K. Lane, Sec retary of the Department of the Interior or, the United States of America; William Gibbs McAdoo, Secretaiy of the Department of tho Treasury of the United Slates of America; John Burke, Treasurer of tho United State of America; W. E. Stavert. F. O. Jemmott, W. J. Boland, G. T. Clarkson, O. G. Laberee, International Assets. Limited. Sovereign Bank of Canada, Canadian Bank of Commerce, and the American Security and Trust Company. Defendants. Equity No. 33530. The object of this suit Is to enforce payment to plaintiff by the Government of the United State of America through its proper executive oftloas, of the ilalnttfis' vested undivided part of tho whole fund of One Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,150,000) accru ing from the purchase by the United State Government of tho stocks and bonds of the AtBi(ti Northern Railway Company; to en- Join defendants Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior of the United States of Amer ica. William Gibbs McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States ef America, and John Burke. Treasurer of the United States of America, from paying over to de fendants W. E. Stavert, F. G. Jemmett, W. J. Roland. International Assets, Limited, O. T. Clarkson, the Canadian Bank of Com merce, and any pereon or persons parties to the contract of purchase and sale of said stocks, bonds and securities, the said pur chase price thereof or any part of said pur chase price, and to enjoin defendant tho American Security and Trust Company from surrendering possession of any of such stocks, bonds and securities in Its possession at the time of the commencement of this suit; for a receiver to take possession of the said stocks, bonds and securities and deliver the same to defendant Franklin K. Lane and receive, therefor the purchase price as in said con tract of sal provided, and hold the said pur chase price subject to tha order of this Court in this suit, and for an accounting by de fendant W. E. Stavert. F. G. Jemmett, and W. J. Boland to these plaintiffs, disclosing transactions affecting plaintiffs' deposit with said defendants W. E. Stavert F. G. Jem mett. and W. J. Boland of twenty-flva (2J) bonds of the Alaska Central Railway Com pany. On motion of the plaintiff it I this 12th day of July, 1915, ORDERED that each of the defendants "W. E. Stavert, F. G. Jem mett, W. J. Boland. International Aassta. Limited. G. T. Clarkson. O. G. Laberee. Sov ereign Bank of Canada, and the Canadian Bank of Commerce cause his and their ap pearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will bo proceeded with as In case of default, provided a copy of this order to published once a week for three successive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Times before said date. WENDELL P. STAFFORD. Justice. A true copy. Test: fSeal.) J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. By F. B. CUNNINGHAM. Assistant Clerk. PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, will b received by the Chief Clerk, Department of Commerce, Nineteenth St. and Pennsylvania Ae. N. V., Washington, D. C. until i o'clock p. in., August 9, 1915, and then opened, for furnlBhlng the Department of Commerce with one 1,000-pound capacity gan ollne truck, for delivery at Washington, D. C . free of all charges for transportation and delivery. Blanks for proposals, etc., may be had by applying to the aboe office OFFICE OP THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash ington, July 24, 1915. Sealed proposal will be received at this office, Room 509, District Building, until two o'clock p. ra August 24, 1915, for furnishing and delivering under ground signal and telephono cable for us of the Electrical Department, this city, b paci fications and form of propobal may be ob tained from the Purchasing Officer, D. C, Room 3:0, District Building. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROW.NLOW. C. W. Kl T2, Commissioners. D C. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OP THE DIS1RICT OF COLUMBIA. Wash- lnglcn, July 24, 1913. Sealed proposals will , be received at this office, Room 509. District I Building, until two o'clock p. m., August 9. .,.. f frniKhina- Hurt ilellvorinir fnnr II, I two-passenger automobiles Spedflcitloim aud ,orm of prol,osal may be obtained from the Purchasing officer. D. C. Room J.'O, Dlstilct Building. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWM.OW. CHARLES W. KUTZ. Com mlHfloner. D. C. OFFICE Ol' THE COMMISSIONERS, DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. July 24. 1916 SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE Fecretarv of tro Board of Lommlssloners. Room 509. District Building, until 2 o'clock p m , August t. 1915, for furnishing and Installing down-dratt steel boilers, etc., in the Garnet bchool, lo cated at 10th and U htrecta Northwest, ui d the Stevens School, located on .'1st Street, Between K and L Streets Northwest, Wash ington, D. C Blank foims of proposal, spec ifications and all necebsary information ivav be obtained from the Clf Clerk, Engineer Department, Room 427. District Building, Washington. D C OLIVER P. NEWMAN, UOVIH 1IROWNLOW, C. W. KUTZ. Commis sioner. D C FOR EXCHANGE OWNER WILL EXCHANGE $1,000 equity In 6r. brick, rented, for auto, give full par- tlculars BOX 431. Times office. MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN CAREFUL INVESTMENTS Of money In First Deeds of Trust (First Mortgages) on Washington. D. C, Real Es tate alwavs give the lull Interest promised, and tho return of all the principal when due. regardless of the varvlng Incomes and values of other securities, and they are not. sub ject to taxation. We have been successfully engaged In nuking these Investments for ou. clients lor more than a quarter of u century. InveEtments, $250. $500 to $10,000 at 5, 5Vi. and I per cent now ready for delivery. Larger 'nvestments made. Wm. H. Saunders & Co., SOUTHERN BUILDING. 807 15TH ST. BUILDING LOANS AND SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at C per cvnt on DUtrlet Real LaUte. Any amount from $.W to $5,O0i bn ilroi or tecoud uui, in sualglu not or monthly imviuciiu. Tkcj nuiy threat clai ;u nuM! itivm, PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO., 1413 Q ST. N. W. MONEY iO LOAN-$25U to $500 000. on D. C, 4V to I : Bd wlta Dtr cent. All trar.tactlons cunduc i conomUul consideration for borrow or. WM. II SAUNUfcUS CO.. Southern Building W)f lfcth t N. W. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; lowest I rates; prior paymant privilege; large I amount. UYU2R & RUTHERFORD. 73 15 la.