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TAILWINDS FOR MODERN TRAVELERS You men and women who fly, go the modern way. When you select your Washington hotel be as modern and stoop at The Dodge, the only hotel in the Capital where you get real service without tipping. Food by a famous southern chef. Accommodations for 400. The rates are moderate. Convenient - 'neath the shadow of the Capitol Dome. Write for booklet to THE DODGE HOTEL North Capitol and E Streets Washington, D.C. ANNOUNCING The Most sensational Advance In Typewriters Since the Historic Remington No. 1 Retired the Pen on a Pension . . . . . The NEW REMINGTON NOISELESES PORTABLE TYPEWRITER REMINGTON-RAND 1106 G Street N.W. National 6888 [Right of the page] THE LEE HOUSE SPOKESMAN SAYS- ONE of Washington's Fine Hotels Invites You COME to the LEE HOUSE and expect A FINE room and bath? Yes, indeed. But more than that: Expect an interest in your welfare, demonstrated by the services of a courteous and efficient organization. WON'T you let us prove the sincerity of this statement by making the Lee House your stopping place? It is a modern hotel, of 250 rooms, and every needed appointment to provide your comfort and welfare is here. Our location is central, yet quiet. Convenient to the White House and the city's business and theatre district. Delightful and reasonably priced dining room. DIRECT your taxi here or, if you choose, call for reservation - Decatur 0160. Room and bath for one.....$3 to $4 Room and bath for two.....$5 to $7 15
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