R RENT-BY Go. W. LINKINS, 800 19TH ST.
ice fur'd aptmts,7r 8" 23d, 6r, wa.....18.50
&b,nr 111th&I'a av$50.00 2322 G nw, 7r, wa..16.30
101 Ilth ne, 14r, 2b, 58 Defrees st,6r.wa.13.30
stable...........50.00 2118 E, 1r, wa.....l";
2201 P 6r, h&stre..40.00 1031 18th se, 6r,wa..8.30
1715 Fl-a av. store, Small houses for colored
stable & dwg.. 0.00 tenants from $8 up. List
214% Pa av, Gr&b...25.00 at office.
1913 Pa av nw, fine laige Large bldg 1708-10 E nw,
new store & cellar. of- suitable for manuf'ring,
fer wanted. -1 laundry, etc. Rent rea
1915 Pa av nw.sto.$2O0 sonable.
22W1 P nw, opp mMt.20.04 2511 M nw, shop.....7.50
1311 K at........$250.00 b1 Conn av.......100.00
1703 K st.........2%8.33 12 21st at........60.00
1819 N Y av......100.0011728 18th st.......50.00
AW.o a large 1it of desirable furnished houses.
FITCH. FOX & ItIROWN.
no2g-tf 1406 G at. n.w.
fOR RENT-BY ROBERT H. STONE. f04 F N.W.
I14 13th, lr, ba.$65.0o 727 9th ne, 7r. ba..27.50
1121 12th ne. Or. ba.20.00 2615 P. 7r. cel.....13.30
1&A 30th, 7r. ba...28.00joth&R. 8r, ha......2350
FOR- RENT-3130 P ST. N.W.. 14R. & BA. .$50.00
925 8th St. n.w., 10 rooms and bath....... 45.50
1634 19th at., 9 rooms and bath............ 45.00
Fr. dwgs., Albemarle at.. Brightwood Pk.. 9.00
R'r 957 Fla. ave., 3 rooms................ 6.00
ocl2-tf RALPH W. LEE. 1400 G St. n.w.
FOR RENT-BEAUTIFUL HOUSE ON COLUMBIA
road and Conn ave.; 12 roms. JOUN SHER
MAN, 610 14th at. no23-tt
ITrOR RNT--BY D. D. THOMPSON. 1335 F .W.
2011 Kal av, 1r...$65.ou 440 K nw, Sr.......80.50
1744 N, 9r..........5 . l 0 , IQr........lo.u
1714 Oreg av, 10r, b.4C).501 1380 I ne, sto&dw.2Z.50
l*40; 14th. stor...3.t812 13th ne. 7r.....18.50
Langdon, 7r.........1.501 1697 ;ales, 6r&sto..12.I)0
SOR RENT-1307 CLIFTON ST. N.W.. 14 ROOMS.
tiled bath; finest location, overlooking city; large
lawn; ideal home; $80.
Fqr Re-It-314 13th St. n.W.; 11 rooms, tiled
h:th; excellent house; $60.
Houses open for inspection.
s29-tt Room 8. 35 B st. n.w.
FOR _RENT-NO. 1714 O0REGON AVE. N.W.; V
rooms. bath, cellar and pantries; newly painted
and papered; $45.50.
oc17-tf D U. THOMPSON, 1335 F n.w.
1209 7th. sto&Or ...S30.00,4 he. Temp av,5r&w.8.50
1718 Fla av, 6r&b. .19.5o 9.31 U et. 5r&w......8.30
Will make all,uecessa.y repairs prior to Occupancy.
au9-tf Rooms 25, 26, 27. MIGill bldg.
FOR RENT-SMAL HOUSES OF a AND 7 ROOAS
and bath, close to 14th st. cars; $22 5o to $3050
gr mo. 11 room house, centrally lo-ted. $50.00.
rge house of 24 rooms near Mats. ate.. 3 hath
rooms, south and east exposure; $1.000 per year.
Apply to VOLNEY EATON. The Portner. 15th
and U its. n.w. no7-tf
54 N at me.........$8.80 1230 B ne..........12.00
Rooms, 140(1 Pa av tw t24 Whitney ev, 6r..14.00
Takona Park. 12r..25.00 52 N st sw..........8.00
THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO..
Do3-tf i'th and 6 n.w.
FOl RENT- 2705 P at. 9r&b... .33.00
1708 Mass av. 1Tr, 3w:3 Camb'ge pi,9r..28.00
2 baths ..$....... 416.r6 711 R I ar, 10r&i. .23.00
1217 N 11 av 13r&b.116.6 1107 G st. 2r.$18 & 23.00
1524 P st, lr&,... .75 00 1 flat 1216 G st, 8r.20.40
2025Kal'r rna,12r.2b.75.0 1240 hth st. Wr&... 18.50
1423 Chapin st.10r,b.75.00 offices in 'Metzerott bldg.
oc27-tf GASCH BROS., 1307 F st.
2114 0 ST. N.W.
12 rooms and tiled bath. porcelain tub; hand
aomely furnished. Per year..............$1,800
1914 SUNDERLAND PLACE
11 rooms qnd bath: modern improvements. Per
1922 SUNDERLAND PLACE
13 room. and ;t baths; library, billiard room and
table; corner house. Per year............$1.80
1765 P ST. N.W.
11 room and bath; completely furnished; furnace
beat; excellent neighborhood. Per year.. .$1.500
1311 COLUMBIA ROAD
11 rooms and bath; furnace beat; thorough con
dition: convenient to car line. Per year.. $1.500
Call for full list.
H. ROZIER DULANY,
oc2q-tf 1320 F St.
Cliton E. Enig and ltnrnard & Tolinson. Solicitors.
IN Tll SUlPREIME 4'4ltIT OF TilE DISTItICT
1-f V-diinnbia. M1atilbin 1-erry et al. vs. .John L.
Ptiikert et al. No. 21.6;7s. In equlty.-inyton E.
-:iL: and Ialph 1'. Itarnard, lrust es, having re
I_rt-I to the vourt the r-ale of the real estate in- 1
l in the aNve entitl.d cause, being the west
"4 f.- by the full eltpth thereof of lit numbered
1 :t -iie nubnil,red 23.8, inprom(I by tie two
It-1 frame dwellinti numeredI 307 , stret north
in the city of Washington, 1I1strict of Cc
Sinm , to 41harles .1. Walker for the sun
nid lhe purhaser having imade a df-pos.it
-f $11l, an-I ha%ing ,end,-r. hiielf ready to
* xtith 11:th terimi of qIal: IT IS. By the Cotrt
this 1,t daY of tcoimber. A.D. 1110w. orlred that
1up nimliaiie With the terns of sale the said
ic I, ratitied and --ontirmenp. tunl.es cause to the
,vnTr:r;ry be shown on or before the 2d day if
.ati.. A It. 111. rovidled. a iety of this *rder
be pulhed- fin Thc W:a,hing:ton Law 'Ior'rad
iII Tho E%en;nl star onon a wee.k for three sue
<mive weks be-for, sail date. A. I1. IIAGNEli.
A-o. Justice. A true copy. Test: J. It. Y0UNG.
Cl-rk. By M. A. CLA.NCY, As.t. Citrk. deS-law.t
A. H. DL VAI. AND C. A. BIANDENB irCG,
At to 7wy.-In the Supreme Court of the District ut
Columibia. holding a l'istrict Court.-In re exten
ti-n -I '4ixtenth stieet n.w. No. 580, District
.urt. N.Ice is hereby given ihat pisuant to the
loovisni, f an act of Congress, approved March
. ls,9. --ntitle,! "An act to extend S street, in the
listrict of Columbia. and for other purposes."
and an act of Congress, approved January 30,
b1,0 en:itled "An act relative to the widening
and extensIon of Sixteenth street, in the District of
C. lutioa." and an act of Congress. approved June
6 1900. entitled "An art for the extension of Co.
lun,bia road east of Thirteenth street. and for
tther purposes," the Commissioners of the Distri-:t
cf Clumua have tiled a petition in this court
Inay the condemnation of land necessary for
the extension of Sixteemth street northwest from
bNi rris street to the District of ..lumbia boundary
line %ith a uniform width of one hundred and
e-xty 160o feet, as shown on a plat or may pre
piaed y salV Commissioners and annexed to their
eild peti.lon and marked Eihibit D. C., No. 1,'
prayl ; that a jury of seven (7) judicious, dialn
teres - I men, not related to any person interested
in the proceedings, sod not in the service or em
1,yment of the District of Columbia or of the
Unit. States, be suminotied by the marshal of the
Dtstrict cf Columbia to assess the damnages each
cwsner of land taken may sustain by reason of the
extension of said street anti the condietna.tion of
linds for the purposes of such extension, and to
asees the benetits recultinig therefrom against
those jiee : or parcels of ground situated and lyitig
otn each side of said Sixteenth street northwest
hbetween Mlorris street and the Blagden suibdivision,
and between the Hlagden null road andt the Roc-k
Creek. or Milkhouse Ford road, and between lois
set (7,. four 4. and eleven (11) of A. R. Slhep
and fty .2544i feet or to such greater depths as
the teenetits may be found by said jury to extend,
measuxA on each side thereof from the buildling
lines of sabl Sixteenth street as extended, accord
tre- to th- provisIons of the- aforesaid acts of Con
gress. it is ordered this 16th day of November,
Al-lil9i. that all persona haying any interest in
the proceeding, be. and they sre hereby, requirert
to attea: i this court ont the 7th day of December,
1900 1 10 o'clock s.m.. and to continue in at
tenda. -e until this court shall have made its finalI
order ratifylr: and confirming the award of dam
ages and assessment of benefita of the jury. Pro
tided, a copy of this order be published once in
. a Washingto-' Law Reporter and in The Evening
Star. sshingto Pos' and the Washington Times
new p.:rs. 0 secular days at least six times
before said 7th day of December, 1900; and the
marsh I is hereby dircted t o cause a copy of this
notice to be served upon such owners of the land
te he condemned as nay be found within the Disa
trict uf Columbia. By the court: A. B. BAJ
NER, Associate Justice. A true copy-Test: J.
It YOUNG Clerk. By R. J. hIE108. Jr.. Assistant
OFFICE OF THE A$$iF.i' lR, DISTItC OF CO- ~
lumia. Wahntn Novemb,er 30. 1150.-Notice Is
hereby. givet' that, in accordante wi1th the acts of
Oonitress apiproved Jitne 231, 1873; June 1'), 18791;
June 17, 18910; Angust 11. 181+4; July 8. 1898. and
June 2. 1955). a wsater tmain has been lalid on Itridge
street between Highland asenute anud the end of said
street. and that a water main tax has been le~viedI
upont all lots or iandi ab,uttiig ulisn the street. road
or alley in or upon whiieb a water main lis. been
lald. all in the colmuty o.f Wasingtton. istrict ofI
odtlumia : Pat' 3f t.he Hiighlaiis bihng lirt of
Pret'y Pdrepect ; Jlames B. Nichols.in. $24; part be
gitnning at the northwest corner of .;illardl & iPar
son's tract ard run thence along the south line
of Omaha street extendud to e:at litne of Btridge
stregt thence along east line of Bridge street to
F.rank H. Thoms' trait. no.rthwest corner; thientce
along said Frank 11. Thi.naits tract rsorth line 15'.90
fe.t to said Thomas' northeast cornier; thence along
east line of said Thtomas' mtat s'>uth 88.44 feet;
thence north 73 degrees 40 inmites est to said Gil
lard & Parson's west lIne; thencte north 188.70 feet
sitong said Gjillard & Parso.n's west line to b,egin
ning. Part of the Hlighb,,sls, being part of Pretty
Prspiecit; James It . Nicholson. $85; part beginning
at the intersectiomn of the wlest line of the tract
herein de.scrib.ed wtith the south line .,f Omnaha street
extended and run thience suthtl 2 degreea east 342.38
feet; thenc.e north 75 degrees' 40 mnitutes east to
w+sat line of Btridge street; the-nce alottg wvest line of
Bridge street to south line of Omnaha street extentd
ed; thence West along south line of said (Ornaha
street to begining. In('evelarxl Park: bk>oek 8;
part of lot 3. Thomas E. Wagganman. $4. 21: begin
ping at the southwest corner of lot 3 and. run east
f.1feet to west line o.f street called hiighland ave
nue,' thence alone west ltne of said avenue 72.53
feet to Bridge street; thence along south line of
iridiae street :3.37 feet to east line of lot 4; thence
along said east line south 74.44 feet to beginnting.
In Cleveland Park; block 8; part of lot 4, Thomas
E. Waggamnan. $39.74; beginning at the southwest
corner of lot 4 and run east ?'5 feet; thence north
74.44 feet to Bridge street; thence northwestwardliy
along Bridge street 31.79 feet to east line of lot
of 5; thence somth 94.07 feet to beginning. In Cleve
landi Park; block Is; pert of lot 5. Thomas E. Wag
gaman, $:!.53; beginning at the southwest corner of
said lot of 5 and run east 25 feet; thence north
94.047 feet to Bridge street; thence northwestwardiy
along Bruidg'e street 16.41 feet; thence south 75 de
grees .40 minutes west 12.R11 feet to west line of lot
of 5; thence along west line of lot of 5 to begin
ning. By order of the Commissioners of the Dis
trict of Columbia. H. H. DARNEILLE, Assessor
et the District of Columbia. de8-12t
W. R. Speare,
Undertaker & Embalmer,
OMF 8treet Nertbe.
MeyM tsldi mesl and en the mmost
...man sesma meImen sMn maa amr.ae
FOR SALE-13TH ST; q.W.-Desrable moder
residence; 9 rooms.
N St. n.w.-Destrable modern resideneet 9 Irms.
Acker st.-Comfortable smal brick dweilngl
7th at. s.e.-Comfortable Small brick dwelingj
New Jersey are. n.w.-Frame dwelling; 8 rooms.
Mass. ave. n.e.-Convenient brick dweln
Wallach place n.w.-Snug home; fine locatioul
GEORGE R. HILL. 615 14th St. n.W
Real Estate, Ioans, insurance. 'Phone i-8.
Offer wanted on two-story seven-room brick
situated on N. J. are. s.e. between D and N. 0.
are. See this property before bu y .
B. H. WARE CO.,
del-3t 916 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE-LOOK AT 188 N. CAP. ST.; MUST
BE SOLD; 6 rooms; tied bath; 2-story porch;
finished in hard wood; HIGH GROUND; $4,000.
It MIDDAUGH & SHANNON, 802 F ST.
House and six (6) acres! Obeapt Greatest
sacrifice! The Investor's chancel
A bargain for the quick buyer. Trifle over Sc.
Within few steps of 15th and H n.e. Can be
readily subdivided and your money quadrupled.
Only 000 feet from Oolumbia line street cars.
Cheapest property in neighborhood; So. per ft.
Land high and healthy.
For property in Immediate neighborhood more
than Ic. was refused less than 6 moe. ago.
For terms, etc., apply
de3-6t FRANK T. RAWLINGS. 1505 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL P.-B. AND STONE
house; not far from Capitol; 8 rooms and bath;
a.m.l.; near car line; owner leaving ei. will
sell very cheap; price, $4.500; terms easy.
FOR SALE-Two 6-room houses on 1st at. z.w.,
renting for $26.60 per month; price. $2.00.
FOR SALE-1428 F at. n.e., brick house; 6
rooms and batn; a.m.l.; newly papered; price,
FOR SALE-Nice brick bouse on 2d at. n.e.;
Int 17x95 to alley; always tented; price. $1.600.
FOR SALF-Wautiful home. In one of the finest
locations in Georgetown; 10-room, press-brick
house; hot-water heat; a.m.f.; will be sold cheap.
Amnly WM. H. McGRANN,
del -2t 605 6th St. n.w.
CAN HE BOUGHT AT A POSITIVE BAR
GAIN. Those very desirable houses on Q at. near
N. Cap. at. n.e. See us at once.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
del-3t 916 F st. n.w.
(IN COL'MBIA HEIGHTS. BY THE OWNER,
2S12 T) 21sS 13TH ST.. FOUR OF THE BEST
BUILT I]OUSES IN THIS BEAUTIFUL SBC
Constructed of the very best materials, they
aro a eomiNnntion of comfort and convenience.
built under my own personal supervision from
start to itnish. The fronts are of best brown
stone and Roman brick; spacious brown stone
porches; thirty feet of parking; granolithic side
and lawn walks; cellar under entire house, with
rear portion fitted up with modern laundry.
First floor finished In quartered oak, and con
sists of entrance hall, parlor, large reception hall
large, bright dining room, butler's pantry ana
kit, a--n, which has one of the best French steel
Second floor has three bed rooms and large
tiled bath room; porcelain tub; square marble
washstand; latest improved closet, with patent
noiseless dhush tank.
Third floor. three bed rooms and bath room,
same as one on second floor.
Fourth floor, two bed rooms and linen closet.
Fine cabinet mantels, made by a local cabinet
maker; handsome chandeliers; open fireplaces.
Houses beautifully decorated throughout, and,
what is most important to a home buyer, a
steam-heating plant that Is guaranteed to beat
the house to 70 degrees in zero weather.
Price. $9,750. and no less. Accommodating
terms. Houses open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FRANKLIN T. 6ANNER, OWNER.
1361 COLUMBIA ROAD, COL. HEIGHTS, OR
DtOP POSTAL AND I WILL CALL.
HOUSE ON Q ST. N.W. NEAR 15TH ST.;
thrce stories, ten rooms; bay window. PRICE,
B. H. WARNER CO.,
del-3t 916 F st. n.w.
FOR SAll--COLUMBI HEIGHTS. KENESAW
ave.. tbet. 13th and 14th sts.; south front; buff
brick; bay windmw; white-stone base; 9 rooms,
bath, celiar; furnace heat; deep lot to alley.
Irice reduced to $6,250; deferred payments at 5
per cent. COLLINS & GADDIS,
lel-3 t 511 11th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-126 TIlOMAS ST. N.W. (FIRST
street north of T); new press-brick bay-window
b,,nse; 6 rooms, bath. cellar, furnace heat. Price,
$t.5)0; easy terms. Open daily for Inspection.
del-3t COiLtIN. & qA1)DIS. 511 11th st. n.w.
FOil SALE-FINE HOUSE ON IOWA CIRCLE; 17
rooms; for neatly one-half cost. See me, please.
FOR SA.LE-0n Conn. are. near Dupont Circle,
very handsome stone-front; decoration and finish
the finest; price only $15.500.
del-Otf WV. S. MINNIX. 1427 F at. n.w.
Now ready-Those very beautiful houses, situ
atedi on Adams Mill road, containing ten rooms,
two baths; kit( Pen on first flour; concrete cellar;
st*am heat; laundry tubs; wired for electric
lighting. THESE HOUSE& ARE WELL BUILT
IN EVERY 'ARTICULAR. Being at the head of
thre streets, THE OUTLOOK FROM THESE
HOl'SES IS UNSURPASSED. Convenient to
sitret cars and In a rapidly improving section.
WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
d.-I-3t 916 F at. n.w.
ON WASHINGTON HEIGHTS,
WITH SPACIOUS GROUNDS.
The large brick mansion No. 2144 California
avenue, constructed in the most thorough manner
of brick and stone in the old colonial style of
arebitecture; contains eighteen rooms and four
bath rooms; also numerous large and convenient
A large, well-built brick stable on rear of lot,
has accommodations for four horses and several
relbles, also coachman'.s room.
Dimensions of lot 95x185. a large portion of
which Is in beautiful lawn, also a variety of
fruit trees, shrubs and flowers.
This property is in every respect one of the
most desirable on Washington Heights.
Fur price and permit to inspect apply to
J. V. N. HUYCK,
del-3t 1505 Penna. ave. n.w.
AT A SACRIFICE,
TO CLOSE AN ESTA TE,
DJESIRIABLE BUILU)NG~ LOT on north side of N
street between 17th and 18th streets n.w., 25
feet front by average depth of 112 feet to a wide
paved aliey; a good brick stable, with gas anwt
water, already ere-eld on rear of lo,t. This is an
econuomieal lot to build upon, having substantial
party walls on both sides.
For price and terms apply to
del-3t 15051 Penna. ave. n.w.
FOR SAL.E-- 2224 N ST.. 15-ROOM HOUSE;
finely finished. splendidly heated with hot water
and having fue stabl.e; will be sold at a bargain.
Apply to WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407 F at.
We want an offer for a corner house on 19th
street n.w. near 5: northeast cur.; 14 roomns,
nine of which are bed rooms; two baths; all the
rooms have southern exposure, if you are look
ing fur a home, get permit to inspect.
B. HI. WARNER CO.,
del-3t 916 F' st. n.w.
FORt SAL.E --1322 NORTH CAPII'OL ST., A NICE.
ly finished, furnace-heated house; 6 rooms, tiled
bath, tiled vestibule and convenient to 2 car
lines; price. 53,500; very easy terms if sold at
once. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407 U st.
FOR SALE 3622 13TH ST. N.W.; 6 ROOMS,
bath, reception hall, cellar; furnace best and lot
127 feet deep to alley; will be sold on easy
termis; pric'e, 53,700. WM. H. SAUNDERS &
CO., 1407 F st- del-St
FOiR SALE -2156 CAL.IFORINIA AVE., ADJOtN
lug residetfee of late Gen. Flagler; parlor, large
reeption hail, handsome paneled oak-finished
dining room, with 'set-in" china closets, 6 bed
chambers, tiled bath, tiled kitchen, steam heat,
electric appliances; in fact, everything com
plete; racant on surrender by army officer de
tailed to Manila; will sell or rent advantageous
ly. Keys with WM. H. SAUNDERSA & CO., 1407
t. n.- . del-3t
FORH SALE---NO RTIIWST CORNER HO)USE;
convenient to cars at Dupont Circle; a beautiful
modern residence of 12 large rooms; heated by
ste.am. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407 F at.
Are you looking for an inrestmnent? Here it is:
Eight small brick houses. Nt)ltTHWEST. paying
OVER NINE PERt CENT NET. These properties
are in FIltST-CLASS CONDITION. Total rent
per year, 5792; taxe~s. $41.24; insurance, $7.50;
water rent, 528. These properties can be bought
B. H. WARNER CO.,
del-3t 916 F at. n.w.
FOR SAllLF D.?lROIT PK.; 6R1. B., VERY
cheap r.t $3,000. Or. fr., an 8% net inv.; p rice.
$1.6510. 10r. b., a.m.i.; hot-w. h.; Col. Hgts.'
$6.500. Sr. (a.tm.l.) b., in n.w.. built for a home,
only 56,000. THOS. G. HENSEY & CO., 1300 F
at. n.w- del-8t
F~OR SALE-ItARGAINI BaRGAIN-11TH ST.
n.e., % sq. nortn of iancoln Park; handsome ii
room, bath and cellar house; cos $650; l
sell for $5,500 If sold before Dee. 15.
del-3t* JOHN F. PARET, 1411 0 at.
FOR SALE--HANDSOME HOUSE ON MAin.
ave. neLr 'Thomas Circle' large lot' side light;
rooms very large and well adapted f'or entertain
Ing. This house can be purchaaed at great bar
gain. JOHN F. PARET, 1411 0. del-Ste
FOR SALFr-A DECIDED BARGIAIN-DE SALN8
at. near Connecticut avenue; handsome 8-story
and basement brick; 11 rooms and bath; furnace.
57.500. Apply to THOMAS J. FISHER & C0.,
Incorporated, 1324 F st. nlw. - del-St
1113 East Capitol st., S-story, stone front S
rooms, bath, large pntry and closts, cellar, Iur
nace heat, wide, dep lot--..............7,000
1280 "B" at. s.e.. 8-story, atone front, S roos
bath, pantry and clesets, yard...........4,20
218 Ky. ave. s.e., S-story press brick, S rooms,
bath, deep yard, Iatrobe heat ............$4,000
1430 '-F" st. n.e.. 2-story press brick, 6 rooms,
Any of the above can be purchased on un
usually liberal terms, Submit pfer.
THE WASHINGTON REAL ESTATE CO.,
del-St 1821 "I" at. n..
FOR SALE-CHEAP-CtOR. UTH AND I S.W.; 8.
story buick houseL Sr.; ea; peceelain sab; en
Md. ave. near Stanton Sae; best lecation em
Capitel Hill; S060. 36N Bast. s.w.; Mrg.,
a.m.il. stale let daU;1-OSS,
FOR SALN-TOP PAYING RENTI-OWN YOUR
bome Vriee, $8.000; 100 down, per mouth,
inelu4n interest will purchase 206 Kentucky
ave., be. B and ) StS. .e.; One sqarm to F st.
cars and Lincoln Park; this bose Is 17 feet
wide and 44 feet deep; ii3 rooms and bath;
kitchen baa Ang range, soapstone combination
sink and wash tray; tiath baa marble washstand,
enameled tub and open plumb ; electric ga
lighting. Remember, you pay 100 down and
MOVE IN, with title papers and recording FRE.
Oompare this with rent-paying, then eSall on
.JOHN H. WALTER, 1821 F st. n.w. del-St
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE
A brgain--i-story, 8-room brick on 10th Nt.
I.w., near T at.; lot 20x94 to 12-ft. paved alley.
E. E. RAMEY, Bank bldg.,
del-St Room 28, 12th and G sts. n.w.
On Md. ave. n.e., half sq. from two car lines,
one fare to any part city- stories and basement
bay-window brik;r 2 rooms and bath; hot-water
heat: crystal chandellers; electrio lightift;
apeaking tubes; 1st door-parlor, library, dining
room, kitchen and laundry; 2d dodr-8 bed rooms
and bath; ad door-2 bed rooms; basement
library, furnace room, kitchen and cellar; 40-ft.
parking; 10-ft. alley.
. X. IL RAMEY, Bank bldg.,
del-St 12th and G stx. n.w.
FOR SALE-1827 18T ST. N.W.; LAST ONE OF
the 8 handsome 8-room, reception hall houses; 1st
story trimmed In hard wood; handsomely papered;
electric gas lighting; heated with a furnace
large attic for storage or servant's room; front of
buff brick, with brown-stone base and porel.
Open Sunday. Don't miss the chance to buy di
rectly from the owner, THOS. M. HAISLIP,
del-8t-9 18W9 1st St. n.w.
FOR SALE-AT LESS THAN COST TO BUILDER
-1111 and 1118 New Hampshire ave. n.w.; those
handsome brick and stone dwellings; 8 rooms, 4
on each door; tiled baths; large concreted cel
lar. and laundry In basements; all convenjenc6s;
electric appliances; beautifully papered and deco
rated; hot-water heat; must be sold at once.
GO. P. NEWTON, Owner,
del-6t*-10 610 18th at. n.w.
FOR SALE-FINE LARGE HOUSE NEAR YALE
and 18th at..; 11 rooms, tiled bath, cellar al
y.. ....... t200
For Sale-To clos an esate--Lae8-story sub
stantial building near 7th and D sts. n.W.; 30 ft,
front; bargain........................... $7,000
Fine houses In all sections.
del-St WALTER A. BROWN, 1423 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE-TO INVESTORS-EXCELLENT 9.
room press-brick house, well rented; $4,500 buys
it; $750 cash; 17% investment.
del-3t* *M. A. EASTERDAY. 715 14th at.
FOR SALF-A PIECE OF VALUABLE BUSINNS5
property on 11th n.w. between F and G sts., in
order to close an estate.
del-3t* DAVID D. STONE & CO., 804 F at.
House on S street n.w. near New Hampshire
ave.; 8 rooms and bath; price $5,800.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
del-St 916 F St. n.w.
FOR 3ALE--61. BRICK, NEAR L AND N. CAP..
at attractive price to quick buyer desiring a
del-St-4 CLARK BROS., 605 13th n.w.
FOR SALE-OR RENT-NO. 3419 MORGAN AVE.;
new house; 9 rooms; finished In hardwood; all
modern conveniences; delightful location. Key at
8415 Morgan ave. noao-3t*
FOR SALE-1233 MASS. AVE.; 15 ROOMS;
steam heat; large carriage. house and two-story
bric' aiable; 2.400 sq. feet of ground. In order
to clone an estate, price reduced to $13,50). This
is the cheapest property on Mass. ave. Splendid
location. DAVID D. STONE & CO.,
no3O-3t 804 F st.
F-R SALE-WE HAVE A VALUABLE OFFICE
building near City Hall, District building and
Polic! Court, renting for $104 per month; build
lng 27 feet front; contains 17 rooms. Price
$16,000. $11,000 may remain at 5%. This wili
net the purchaser over 8% interest on his invest
ment. The prolerty will increase in value several
thousand dollars. Here is your opportunity for a
gilt-edge I 'veatment. DAVID I). STONE,
no3O-3t 804 F mt.
HOUSE N.W.; 3 stories; 10 rooms: hot-water
heat; concrete cellar. OWNER LEAVING THE
CITY. WILL SELL AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
See us at once.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
del-3t 1116 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-9TH ST.. NEAR K; GOOD FOR
physician or boarding house purposes; 4 stories,
9 rooms, bath. Apply to THOMAS J. FISHER &
CO., Incorporated, 1824 F st. n.w. no30-3t
FOR SALE-VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY.
338 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W.
Lot 25x127.5 to wide alley; 3.185 square feet;
four-story brick house and back building; to be
sold to settle an estate; title perfect. RARE
CHANCE TO BUY PENNA. AVE. PROPERTY.
SAM'L HODGKINS, Trustee,
no2S-6t* (Tbird floor) 93) Pa. ave. n.w.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, IF SOLD WITHIN 10 DAYS
-Desirable hovse, con. to electric cars, Capitol,
new library; business section of city; terms to
suit. AppIv B. 'LEONARD. 530 4% st. s.w.
FOR SALE-BY THE OWNER-206 F ST. N.E.;
small 6-room brick; water and gas. In"nire at
929 1 at. n.w. .o25-18t*
FOR SALF-WASHINGTON HEIGHTS-TWO AR
tistic homes, nearing completion, north side of
Cincinnati at. fae'ng south down 19th at:; 10
rooms. 2 bathq; steam beat; best construction;
newest equipment. Price. $12,500.
no26-tf WEAVER BROS., 1416 F at.
FOR SALE-TO INVESTORS-NEW TWO-STORY
buildings, contining two thats each; price, $5,000;
rented at $420 per annum each; located on elec
tric R.R.; convenient to govt. offices. For par
ticulars ae WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F St.
FOR SALE-10 PER CENT INVESTMENT-NEW
6-room brick: rented at $150 per annum. Price,
$1.500; well tocated. WEAVER BROS.,
no26-tf 1416 F at.
FOR SALE-NICE 2-STORY RESIDENCE, ON
Ca. 11111 near E. Cap.; Sr.&b.. cellar; lot 21x
1 ft.; caner has left city and it must be sold;
reasonable terms. J. C. WEEDON & CO., 224
E. Cap st. no24-7t
FOR SALE-COLUMBIA ROAD AND CONNECTI
cut ave.. a complete and beautiful house' 12
ooma. JOHN SHERMAN,
no23-tf 610 14th at.
FOR SALE-ANATTRACIVE 8-ROOM HOUSE ON
Washington Heights at a real bargain.
no28-tf 610 14th at.
FOR SALE-BEF"" LOCATION IN THE CITY FOR
an apartment house; opposite our finest park; 150
ft. from 14th at. o.w.; lot 72x144 ft.
nop-26t D. M4. OGDEN. Ex.. 1438 5 st. n.w.
FO.t SAL.E-2 FINEST 8-ROOM AND BATH
bricks; 2-story and cellar; HARDWOOD FIN
ISH1; 1st floor papered; OAK MANTELS; 2-story
rear porches; furnaces; every mod. imp.; fine
locstion n.w. Only $4,350; easy terms; due lot
to .iaved alley. See ROLAND 0. BOOTH. cor.
10th and G n.w. nol7-26t
FOIR SALE-INSPECTION OF THE WELL-BUILT
perfectly planned house 1628 17th st. n.w. Ia ini
vited. All conveniences; electrie appliances; two
handsome hath .rms.; unuaually fine closets and
store rms Will be sold considerably below cost and
en liberal terms. Open fromi 11 a.m. until e p.m.
F'oa SALE-FOUR SQUARES FROM CONGRES
sional Library. on Capitol Hill 107 5th 5t. n.e..
* rooms and bth; must he gold at once. Inquire
on premises or of WM. S. HIOLTON. 704 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-B ST. 5.E., LOTS BET'1WEEN 13TH
and 18th afa.
GEORtGE R. HILL, 815 14th st. n.w.,
Real Estate. Loans, Insurance, 'Phone 2515-8.
FORt SALE - COLUMBIA HEIGHTS LOTS ONLY
The only chance to secnre single building lots
In this desirable section, each 18 by about 140 ft.;
alley; SOUTH FRONT and on one of the beet
atreets; etcgant houses built on same block.
DON'T FAIL TO INV!ETIGATE.
del-2t MOORE &_HILL. 717 14th t. n.w.
FOR SAL14-A VALUABLE LOT ON G ST. N.W.
between 12th and 18th at..; 21.7x129; alley; trust
4% per cent. Will trade.
del-at DAVID D. STONE & C., 804 F at.
FOR SALE--CORNER I', ONE SQUARE FROM
Lin-oln Park. Price. $1,000; very cheap; terms
to suit purchaser. JOHN R. WAIII'ER, 1321 F
FOR SALF-TWO CHOICE IMrS NORTH SIDE OF
P at. near Dupont Circle, 24i95 to alley; will sell
one, both or 28 ft.; party anxious to sell at a
bargain. A number of desirable residence lot. on
Mass. ave. and intersecting streets west of 14th
si.; at the right prices. WALTER A. BROWN,
14:2l Pa. ave- del-St
FOlt SALE-A LOT ON NEW JERSEY AVE. S.E.
between M and N ate.; over 10,000 ft.; no in
cumbrance. Address S. J. D., 9415 B at. n.e.
FOR SALEOR EXCHANGE-SIX 16) LOTS. 17.6
i90, on numbered at. n.w., two squarea north of
Pa. ave. Price, per lot, $1,500. Addresa FORS8
NER, Star offBe.- de'1-8t*
FOR SALE-LAOT 20, SQUARE 111. S.E. CO. .ER
20th, Connecticut ave. and R at..; 85 by 100.
Offer wanted, No agents. Address OWNER,
Box 45, Star olBee. no28-12t$
FOR SALE-LO'" AT BROOKLAND. D. 0.- 84z
135, must asel; price, $450; easy terms. Address
J. 1,. McG.. Star office. no26-1.2t
FOR SALE-2 LOTS ON KY. AVE. BET'. E AND 0
s.a.; 1 sq. from Pa. ave. line; each 171125' Iie
reduced to 86 eta, pr ft.; easy terms, MEYS
& ANDERRSON, 1 Ge n.w. no4-12t
FOR SALE-AT A BAltG AIN-CORNER WYO
ming ave. and Columbia road; a choice location.
no28-tt 610 14th at,
FOR SALE-LARGE BUSINE PROPERTY ON
Greene at., Baltimore, Md.; good investment; un
GEORGE R. HILL, 615 14th at. n.w.,
'Phone 2515-4. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
FOR SAaL.-619 3 ST. N.W., FEW DOORtS FROM
7th, Aine piece business property offered very low
to close a estate; inspection invited.
delt ____ __ W. 3, WRIGHT.
NOR SATLEBABGAINB-I HA~VE A NUMBER OF
ee pieces of busim pesperty on Pa. ave., D,
SG aninte'n streets, some bringing a
hamisreturn at the putee efefed., See these,
del-St WATEMEU A. BROWN, 142 Pa, are.
10 DEENR.AN TE3ANU.
secondi ess'ra The Eentag Star Ammse
Uae , nist. ~ Us U
MeenQe as 48
MONEY WAIfD &-TO LOAN
M1E TO ZAN IN MM 10i NUI AT 1UB.
nat rates ot intest er no4 mate ba he DiS.
Waet et Gsiu.bia.
rnm. ox & MROWN.
-e149tG st. a.w.
MONEY ALWAIS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D. Q
real estate. Id sa to q0t. at 4* per eat. a per
cent dW 6 per cent. %-*
de1-t ALB M. - 7Fat. 2.W.
LOANS NEGOTATED :_t WKS. BONDS,
bldg. and loan aswd e artif .
and other approved eta line life poll
Kt and loaned upo. uness comdan
tal. ability and uidmpassured. C. A.
BAKER, Boo.. 40-4%, 211 r Take elevator.
MONZY.--I HAVE MONE TO -AoN ON FURNI
tore, plaso. or personal prpry t lowest rate.;
boa- condential. J" W TN. Room 4,
Warder bullditg. - de1-26tO
YOUR OREDIT IS-AO) WITH. U.
Quick loans made es Furniture, Planos, Salaries,
etc. We loan at the lowest rate, ya u can
ay it back in esy JaYmente. You eed e no
ea o ghbor knowing it, as all our busi
neas Is strictly private. Special Inducements.
CAPITAL LOAN OUARANTEE CO.,
6002 F ST. N.W.
Private entrance, Boom 9. in the rear. del-12tf
WE HAVE A SPECIAL FUlfD OF 310,000 IN
HAND. IN SUMS TO SUIT T 4%, 1M.COM
MISSION; NO DELAY IN bllING TRANSAC
del-tt MOORE A HILL, TI 14th at. n..
REASONS WHY YOU PATRONIZE USI
Because our rates are the vsq lowest,
Because money in always reay,
Because ou: terms are strictly confidential,
Becausc careful explanations of terms made to all.
Because exceptionally liberal loans are made.
Because day application made, money is yours.
Because we make ne unnecessary charges, and
Because we make losna on your furniture.
Call and see us; w'l treat'you right.
WASHINGTON MuRTGAGE LOAN COMPANY,
del-12tf 610 F STREET.
LIBERAL REAL ESTATE LOANS QUICKLY
made; any section D. C.
4% 4%% INTEREST.
Good second trusts at 6%.
TREASURER SAVINGS FUND.
del-3t* Star offie.
WANTED-A LOAN OF $20,000, 5 YEARS, AT
5%, on a NEW BUILDING. LEASED AT $4,500
a year; in BEST NORTHWEST LOCALITY.
del-3t JOHN 0. 10HNSON. 2401 Pa. ave.
MONEY TO LOAN IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT.
. . WARNER CO.,
noW0-10t 916 F St. n.w.
MONMY TO LOAN, FROM $1,000 UP. AT 5 PER
cent, on Improved real estate; commission, 2 per
cent. C. H. PARKER,
no24-lm 435 4% St. s.w.
WE NOW HAVE IN HAND 315.000 TO LOAN AT
4%% Interest, in sums of $1.000 upVrard, on D. 0.
real estate; nominal charges, and can close trans
action without delay.
noI4-tf STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 F St. n.*.
TO LOAN - $800. $1400. $1,250, 31,500, $1.730,
$2,000. $3.000. $4,000. $5.000-at 4%%. Alo
large sums at 4% and 4% No delay.
nol0-bm CHARLES W. HANDY. 610 13th n.w.
$1,000.000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE.
Any amount. Lowest tates. Also Installment
plan. L. 0. DET.ASHMIrTT.
no4tf 1421 0 St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED DISTRICT
real estate at lowest rates of Interest In sums
to suit. R. H. T. LEIPOLD,
no2-tf S.W. cor. 13th and F [email protected]
MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT VERY LOWEST
Interest on D. C. real estate security.
FRANK ' RAWLINGS. 1505 Pa. ave.. Arlington
Ins. Co.'s bldg. L. D. tel. 149. ecl-4tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN ANY SUMS DESIRED,
AT TOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
THOS. J. FISHER & 00.. Incorporated,
au2-tf 1824 ast. n.w.
DO YOU NEED MONFYt
WE HAVE IT FOR YOU.
You need go to no trouble to borrow from
friends. Be Independent of sking favors. We
will lend you on your furniture and pianos or any
housebuld goods or personal property. Will charge
you less and make the most lenient terms. in
fact, you can make your own terms. Call and
It our rates before you decide who to borrow
m. Private offices. Strictly ronfidential.
COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
aull-14,tt 613 F st. n.w.
MONEY. IN LARGE AND SMALL SUMS, TO
loan on D. C. real estate. at errent rates-of In
terest, No delays. HERBERT A. GILL. 1819
F St. n.W. au9-tf
On Real- Estate-.
THOS. R; WAGGAMAN,
my4-tf 917 F at. n.w.
MONEY TOANE) SALARIED PEOPLE AND RE
TAIL MERCHANTS upon their 6wn names, with.
out security; easy payments. , TOLMAN. Room
48. O8-914 0 qt oc23-4.tf
MONEY TO LOAN 'ON, REAL ESTATE AT 4%
and 4%%; payment on principal in amounts of
W0m) or more received at 'any Intereat perled.
jy2-4.tf F. H S.MrTH & ON. 141s F at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT %. 4 ND 4% PER CENT.
in sums of t1.00 fo 100.An. on D. C. real es
tate; pay off 5 per cent and 6 per cent loans and
begin anew at lowest rates of interest: all trans
actions conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers WM. 1 SAUNDERS & CO.. 1407
F at. n.w. jc8-7tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPPOVED REAL ES
tate within the District of Columbia. in amounts
to suit appllients. at lowest rates of Interest.
ja1l-4tf OIEO. W. LINNKTN9. RnO 19tL St. n.w.
H. K. FULTON'R TO AN OFFICE.
814 9TH ST. N.W.
MONEY T.OAN" ON WATCHEq. DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY. RIT.VFRWARE. &e.
OLD nOT.n 4Nn .T.vR pOUrHT. SaRIS1tt
MONEY TO LOAN-WE RFPRESENT A VERY
rich corporation that will loan money on Wash
Ington real estate at 4. 4% and 5 per cent; our
comminson. I per cent. EARLY & LAMilTON.
615 14th at. n.w. mh4-5tf
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
4. 4% and 5 per cent.
fe27-4tf 1507 F at. n.y.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW fIR LOAN. BUY OR
sell, on real estate. I can-estve you time and
cash, as I givye per&,nal attention to all deals.
de6-4tf J.FEAKIN OA DRRY. 526 18th at. n.y
310 AND UPW. O )ANFED ON FURNITU'RE.
PIANOS. etc. on the Building and Loan Associa
tion plan. which maskes the cost of carrytne loans
much less than you pay elsewhere, and allows
you to pay It off in any sized notes you desirs
running from ne to twelve months.
Loans with othier companies paId off aLd more
money advanced if desired.
Strictly confidlential. Front room, first door.
NA TIONAL MOR TGAGE LOAN CO..
de16-13tf- 625 P st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SiUMS TO SUIT, AT 'OW
est rates of, interest, on D. C. real estate. Large
loans a specially. Prompt attention.
1WALTER H. ACKER,
no7-Stf 704 14th at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent interest. Specal
privilegr' with respect to prior payments. Lrge
amounts a specialty. TYLER &RUTHE' flRD.
11107 P st. a.w. . feg-Stf
SCOUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
FARMS FOR SALE
No. 12-125 acres In FaIrfax co., Va.
No. 10-200 acres In Fairfax co., Va.
No. 26-Four very fine Improved farms In King
WIllIam co., Va., village country store
No. 6-10 acres near Hanover sta., Md., B.
and 0. R.R.
No. 6-134 acres In Montgomery eo., Md.
No. 25-12 acres and water power mill site,
Prince George's co., Md.
No. 5--582 acres In Prince George's co., Md.
No. 20-85 acres In Prince George's co., Md.
No. 4-415 acres In Warwick co., Va.
No. 21-Large huntingpreservenear Norfolk, Va.
No. 11-4,000 acres on Eastern Shore. Va.
No. 17--75 acres near Burke's Sta., Va., South
ern Rt. R.
Other attractive farms in Md. and Va.
3EORGE R. HILL,
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance,
615 14th at. u.w. Beam1 9, 1st dloor.
Tlhone 2515-8. dSS
TREAhSURY DEPARTMNNT. ~FICE OF 'lHE
Supervising Architect, Wae lgpD. O., Novem
ber :4, l.e 0.-Sealedj prolsals i be' received at
this oUc untl TWO 0' LOP.M., ON THE
SEVENTEENTH DAY O1t'E BER, 1000, and
then -opened for the Extebalon dVault (Issue di
visih .), office of the Comnptr er of CJurrency
Treasury Department bshin,~abngton, D. (.'.
In -ecordantce with dra lgadspecIicatIons,
copIes o which may be abad ate thIs offie at the
dactatilon of the aupeyjig rchiteet. JAMES
KNOX TAYLOR, SupervsIng Architect.
LOUIS 'I. PHILLIPS, ATEORNE1Y-AT-LAW 1821
r at. n.w., Washingtea, D. 3.-U. S. Lon utt,
Executive Departnentag Oominittees of Congrs
and Court of Claims. - no27-tf
FOR ANY SUIT IN THE EUPREUKE COURT, D.C.,
esecay fo- divor.te; saetime and money by a
freconsultation with (C. ROYS. s:ty., 681 F n.w,
Room 10, 4th floor;, SB years' practice, nolo-.lSte
CHAitLEtt a BUNDY.
n..,ss..uar- of De4 for New York and alR
ether statea and te,rrtors, Wendall building.
car. 4% t. opposite City Hall. 'Phone 1818.
C4MPBLL CRRINOGTON, ATT'ORNEY-AT-LAW.
Webster Law bildni~g 505 D St. s.w., Washing
De, 0. Utsidejg..No, 2 Mount Vernon Fits.
awerkm ave. and 9th at. q.w. . eal
Dr. Reedp Specialist,
rena successfugiy (3tarra. KhIe and Stem
ae rubles. ete,(VIsas wIth.
mt tto 12. ofNaUL0ATIO
E 1 T VI .W. ahes-O
UNITED STATES 31ENA
0OMMITTE= ON PRINS1I
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24, 1 .
Mr. Jn T. Downs,
0oafirmosal. Shorthand School:
Dear Sir: in reely to your letter e
recent date I am napW to bear testi
mony to _ exc t methods of
teaching shorthand. taken 16m at
school on two different oo, I speak
experience when I say that, In my opinion, your
methods of teaching Sborthand, and the RESULTS
ARISING FROM THEM, are not to be exelled by
any school. When I first took lessons of you I
wrote about 75 words per minute. and when I left
your school the last time I wrote 175 words.
Briefy, I will say that there may be other schools
as good. but I feel confident In saying thera are
none better. I shall recommend all my young
friends desiring to learn Shorthand to take lessons
at your school. Wishing you continued success. I
am, very truly yours, JOHN H. WALKER,
it* Coma. Reporter.
J. F. RUECKERT,
MT. VERNON PLACE MUSIC STUDIO. So? K ST.
n.w. Vocal, Violin, Piano, String Instruments.
A REFINED AOCOMPLISHED SOUTHERN GF.
tleman and distinguished teacher desires three
private pupils, male or female, in any of the lit
erary branches; also is an elocutionist and singer;
would instruct pupils in their homes and would
exchange tuition of one p"il for board with a
refined famlv; highest mnorsements; best in
struction. Address Box 127, Star office. de8-2t*
MANDOLIN, GUITAR AND BANJO CORRECTLY
TAUGHT BY MISS GERTRUDE ELISE BUCK
INGHAM. STUDIO. 1522 6TH ST. N.W. MT.
PLEASANT MONDAYS. AND THURSDAYS.de3-tf
DRAWING, PAINTING, PIANO AND ELOCUTION.
For moderate terms of instruction apply 1143
North New Hampshire ave. Hours for applica
tion, 9 till 12. del-3t*
1438 N STREET N.W.
THE MISSES KERR'S
CAIRO KINDERGARTEN A N D PRIMARY
School. formerly at the Cairo. FRANCES NICOLL,
SARA ALLINGTON, Principals, 1432 N st. n.w.
Coach calls for children. se4-104t*
1iss Katie V. Wilson
Has returned from Europe and resumed her lessons
In Vocal Music for the season.
STUDIO. 1329 10TH ST. N.W.
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Easy. interesting courses. 20 lessons or more.
Work on ronunclation, conversation. idioms,
verbs (copyrighted 190), three books, 12.10.
MLLE. V. PRULD'HOMME, 307 D at. n.w. rar lines).
Columbia School for Boys.
Fourth Year Fit for universities. West
Point, Annapolis. Men instruc
tors only. Numbers limited. Small classes. Es
pecially adapted to boys returning after opening
of school year. Separate intermediate classes.
Hot lunch if desired. Five boarding pupils re
ceived annually. Location, former Chinese leg
tion. AddreFs MIN(Yrf L. WALLACE. B.A. (Yale)
or H. MON1GOMERY SMITH, 2705 14th at. n.w.
School for Girls and Young La
dies reopens Oct. 1. 1759 Madi
O keley son at.. near Dupont Circle.
Miss . V. HETH, A.M. Circular. no24-20t*
SINGING, PIANO, ELOCUTION.
Individual instruction; no classes; practical ad
vantages given pupils; tuition moderate. H. E.
SALTSMAN and WM. DE FORD, 934 F st. n.w.
SCHOOL OF nASSAGE.
no23-26t* GOSTA FLORMAN, 924 19th at.
PROF. C. G. RIVOT OF l'ARIS,
nol2-2t* 1223 13th at. n.w.
802 K ST. N.W. PIANO. VIOLIN. VOICE, MAN
DOLIN. GUITAR. &c.
nol-32t E)WIN HART, PRINCIPAL.
WI.ODAUGHSIS CLASSES, 1420 N. Y. AVE.
French conversatioa on Bernhardt's play, L'AIX
-on. begins Wednesday, Dec. 5. News talk,
Nov. 22, Mr. G A. Lyon., Jr., subject, Chinese
Nerotiations. Mrs. E. C. MONTIS, Supt.
'THE WASHROTON SCHOOL
Wisconsin ave. near Cleveland Park. Receives day
and boarding pupils of any age. Nine teachers. New
building, refectory, library, laboratory. Gymnasium,
athletic field, golf links. Advisory board. Justice
Brewer, Secy Gage. Mr. C. C. Glover, CoL
Wright, and other prominent Washington men. L
L. Hooper, A. M.. Head Master. no20-10tf
Wood's Commercial College
811 EAST CAPITOL STREET.
Why Is it the best patronized?
Because it has the best teachers.
Because the tuition is reasonable.
Because moder methods are used.
becaue position are secured.
"ny and evening sessions.
'Phone 1738. or write, or better still, call,
Cor1 9th an.. F. Courses: Shorthand, Typewrit
ing. E-glish, Business. No charge for Bookkeep
ing English o Business to Shorthand students.
Day, ' -ening and night sessions. Catalogues.
Washington Heights School,
1850 Wyoming ave.. cor. 19th at. n.w.
Certificate admits to college.
Principal. Miss PRANCES MARTIN.
so-tf AiW't P-n.. Miss C. PrTTIGREW
2107 8 st n.w.,
Junction Conn. and Florida aves.. 21st and sts..,
Invites comparison of its methods, earnest work and
character of Dupills. inspet our new building.
Mr. an Mrs G. T. SMALL.IWOOD, Prnpa
French and English School icr Girls. S. urb of
Washington. French the language of the house.
Mlile. L. M. Bouligny. Prin.. Chievy Chase P. O..Md
PROFESSOR EMILE E. MORi,
Specialist In Voice Culture and Singing,
se24-8m"-4 1722 Oorcoran at,
MISS BALCH'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTB
AND BUSINESS COLLEGE.
1340 Q t. n.w.
a eli prepared for Eaminations. Census.
Graduates of Spencerian
1864-1901, will kindly send to college office,
Academy of Music building, their full names, year
of graduation, present occupation, title, business
address az4 home address, and so far as 'prac
ticable, similar information concerning classmates,
for insertion in Twentieth Century Directory of
Spencerian Business College Graduates, now in
process of preparation. no12-20, tf
MRS. A, K. BENSON.
Voice building, tone placing and the art of singing.
Circular. Tuesdaty and Friday, Sanders and Stay
mnan's, 1327 F at. ResIdence, 1242 Princeton at.
CAIRO .KINDERGARTEN * AND PRIMA RY
School, IntermedIate Dept., formerly at the
Cairo. FRANC* NICOLL, SARA ALLINGTON.
Principals, 1482 N t. n.y. Circulars. Coach
calls fr children. se4-78t*
WASHINGTON DRAMATIC CONSERVATORY.
1114 F ST.
Culture for conversation and reading. Literary
analysis. Dramatic art. Fencing and physical
culture. Study of Shakespeare; clubs coached;
plIa- presented; class and private instruction.,
Evening and day classe. Send for prospectus.
Mi. AU RELI -BARRINGTON. Directress.
SCHIOOL. KIN'DERGARTEN AND NORMAL.
Elizabeth Peahody Kindergarten Normal 3ebnol
and Mrs. Mann's kindergarten and School. 1918
Siuderlano place. Children taught French and
1401 Mass. ave. and 1212 and 1214 14th at. n.w.,
on the Highland Terrace. facing Thonaas Circle. A
school for girls and young ladies Opens Wednes
day October 8..
so10-8m Mr. and Mrs. BEVERLEY 3. MASON.
Holy Cross Academy, 1312 Mass. aV.
Academic and comamerclal. Kindergarten for
boys and girls pens September 17. an2S-tfd
wT. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL,
Dressmaking, underwear and children's suits, A
new department has been opened, in which ladies
and young grswill be taught cuttig fitting
and all kind of sewig For particua rsapl
to the SCHOOL. 2021 0 t. n.y sel2-tf
The Olney School,
126 18th at, and Conneetacut avenue,
Primary, Academic and Collegiate Dprtunsnts,
Miss Virginia Mason D ,e
sal-tf Miss lanrs Lee Dorsey.Panils
Friends' Select School
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES.
BAR PREPARED STUDENTS FORl 20 DIFFER.
ENT COLLEGES AND TEHNICAL SCHOOILik
CERTIFICATE PRIVILEGE TO VABSAR. SMITH,
WLLJSERY, DARTMOUTH AND SWARTE
MORE. LARGE GYMNASIUM AND PLAY
GROUND. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL LABO
RATORY Eaeb child's enerse of study is pisans=i
with referenee to his needs and great attention is
given to thoanughm. in amoantials.
MR. AND MBM. gBOS W SIDWEML
eAe2-tf 18T A1 stu. aw.
P*lreeTB en vistg eras
Shakespeare mr "
A '-a. RIDING SCHOOL, 1106 11TH oT. N.W.
1,11110is gIven In riding a sncaty. Saddl
boro for hire. Alw light h a.ipecal at
tention paid to boarding. no7-12t
B. Frank 0ebest, T;anrftlI:6
Theory. Studio, 1. a at. n.Sw. Special: Har
mony lesons in Oa4. Mes-tt
The Bliss Electrical School
Offers both day and night courses in Electricity.
complete in one year. Electrical theory and pr=e
tice; also Mechanical Drawing. atenW are Itte
to take charge of electric fthti and wer
nts. Send for catalogue. LOU1 D. B S4.
Ancipal, 614 12th at. n.w. no1-52t-8
PARNS MUSICAL KINDERGARTEN SYSTE.
A simple and thorough method, superior to any.
Taught at studios by Miss GERTRUDE DAVIS.
2146 Pa aTe. n.w.; ME.& B. DATRH. 10 19t n.w.
FLYNN'S BUSINESS COLLROE,
FLYNN 8th & K. Established 187&
5 a year. Day or night eessioL
LE LrER WRITING.
OAREPUI, INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Spanish, etc. . .
Method aIarild two gold and two silver medals
at the Paris Expusition of 1900.
ERLIT a bilt" in e.onvers:ng acquired is
SCHOOLP P"f. A. GONARD. Principal
SCHOOL- 723,14th. Easy terms. . Ie118
Home and Day School
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
Eighteenth year opens October 3. 1900..
Corner Massachusetts ave. and 17th street.
Complete and thorough courses of study In all
DR. E. R. LEWIS, Principal,
sel8-tt 1805 17TH STRET.
ORNEF. M AND ELEIENTH STICEETS N.W.
Boarding and Day School
FUf 10UM.. LAIJIL AND LiTfLE i11i1.
PRIMAIIY. PREPARATORY AND COLLEOLATR
DEPARTMENTS. THOROUGH TRAINING 11N
ALL BRANCHES IN ACCORDANCE WITH BEST
MODERN METHODS. SPACIOUS BUILDINGS
RECENTLY ERECTED ESPECIALLY FOR
SCHOOL PURPOSES. AMPLE PLAY GROUNDS
AND TENNIS COURT. TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
OPENS OCYOBER SECOND. FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION APPLY TO
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley,
OUT OW WASHINGTON.
MAPLEWOOD. CONCORDVILLE. PA.-SUCCESS
ful school; one of the best to infuse energy, to
wake up boys to duties of life; $250; under 13.
$230; new gymnasium; no tobacco.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
CALLING WESTBOUND AT CHERBOURG.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A.M.
St. Louis.. Dec. 5 St. Louis.....Dec. 26
New York....Dec. 12 New York... .Jan. 2
*Soutbwark. .Dec. 19 1 *Kensington.. .Jan. 9
* SAILING AT NOON.
Red Star Line.
Eveiy Wednesday at 12 noon.
Noordland... .Dec. 5 Vaderland.....Dec. 26
Southwark...Dec. 19 Westerniand...J.an. 2
INTERNATIONAL NA IGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14&15. N. R. Office. 73 Broadway. New York.
Philadelphia otlice, 'W5-307 Walnut at.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 F at. n.w., or
G. W. MOSS. Agent. 1411 G at. n.w. se27
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE,
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From Pier No. 42. North River. foot Morton St.
La Bretagne.....Dec. 6 La Lorraine......Dec. 27
La Gascogne....Dec. 13 L'Aquitaiue......Jan. 3
La rouraine.....Dec. 20 La Bretagne......Jan. 10
General Agency, 62 Broadway. New York.
G. W. MOSS, 1411 G ST. N.W. aul-156t-14
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
FAST EAPRESS SEitVICE.
CrHERBOURG. SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN.
Lahn..... Dec. 11. 10 am Lahn......Jan. 29. 10 am
K.W.d.Gr.Jan. 3. 10 am Trave.....Feb. 12. 10 am
Trave .....Jan. 15, noon Lahn...... Feb. 26 10 am
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SFRVICI.
SOUTHAMPTON LONDON. BREMEN.
Fr. d. Gr., Dec. 13. 10 a.m.
OELRICHS & CP.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. T.
Aply to E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. ave
fely. Agent for *ashlngton.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
The Climate at
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
during the winter months is most equable and
the poppular beach front hostelry im always open.
Golf links. Hot and cold sea waier batha.
no1-10tt LEEDS & L1PPINCOTT.
-ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Op Pavilion and heated Sun Parlor dIrectly
ove- boardwalk. Porces on a level with and
joined to boardwalk.
See an.. fresh private baths. Golf privileges.
oc29-10tf ' JOSIAH WHITE & SON.
Atlantic C.ity, N. J.
Open all the year. Every modern improvement.
Capacity. 300. Golf links.
oc4-78t-6 CHIAS. EVANS & SO)N.
Michigan ave.. second house from beach. Open
entire year. Elevator to treet level. A special
rate for the winter season. Booklet mailed.
oc4-1543t-5 JAMES HOOD.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Remains open throughout the entire year.
Dining room inclosed in glass Over fifty private
baths attached to suites. st and fre,'h water baths
in the houso. Every modern luxury and appoint
.nent. D. S. IiHITE. Jr..
e1-104t-10 Owner and l5roprietor.
SPOTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
FOR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS.
Leav:s Washington. D. C. (7th at. Ferry Wharf).
Monday, 7 a.m., for intermediate landings to 001
lonial Bear z. Bushwood. Rock Pt., Oulton a. Nomini
Wednesday, 7 a.m. for intermediate landings to
Colonial Beach, Bushtwood, Rock Point. Colton's.
Nomini Creek. Stone's. Howard and Cobrum's.
Saturday, 7 a.m., for intermediate landings to
Colonial Beaca Bushwood. Rock Point, Colton's.
jy11-14.. ( W RIDLEY. General Manager.
THE WEEMS STEAMBOAT CO.
POTOMAC RIVER ROUTE.
STEAMERS NORTHUMBERLAND and POTOMAC.
On and after June 7. 1900. the steamers will
leave 7th at. wharf every Sunday, Tuesday end
Thursday at 4 p.m. for Baltimore and river land.
All river freight must be prepaid.
Balti',ore freight solicited.
Accommodations for passengers strictly firet-clasa
STEPHENSO. & BItO.. Agta. Telephone 745.
E. S. RANDALL POTOMAC RIVER LINE CO..
Ofilce and Wharf foot 8th at.-STRt. HARItY
RANDALL for Colonial Beach, Curriomen, Nom
ini, Lower Machodoc Colton's and other river
landings. Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7
a.m. Returning on Monday and Wedneaday shout
6:30 p.m. an.. on Friday about 8 .m
UNTITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. TO GLYMONT1. 1D.,
ani intermediate landings.
The new steamer ESTELLE RANDAIL, daily.
except Sunday 9:30 g.m. Returning about 8 p.m.
Pase.enger accommodationa firt-css Freight
received until the hour of gailEng.
E. h. RCANDALL. Manager. 'phone 175I GO
0. CARPINTER, General Agent. Washington.
'phone 1765. WM. M. REARDON. Agent. Aiea
andria, phono 60. se3-tt
SPECIAL BICYCLE OFFERING.
THE NEW YORK CYCLE CO.,
424 Ninth St. N.W.,
Will offer, bgnning Monday, December 3, very
extraordinary brgains in BICYCLES. TIRES and
SUNDRIES. Special attention is chiefly directed
to the ECLIPSE BICYCLES 419001. fitted with the
Morrow coater brake, Goodrich tires, Kelly or ex
tension bars, at
Tbis Eclipse is listed $d7.60. All bicycle riders
know thE quality and reputation of this bicycle.
Don't miss this exceptional opportunity. We shali
offer 1800 Sterlings for $21.8; equipped with Mor
row coaster. $3 extra. . We have received another
large shipment of $36 Pathfinder Biegelee. which
we are offering fer the holida fer d1.8. Alse
Juvenile Bicycies at very low prie for childen
ts st n-a 190 Everuit, 120
Ua e etA lysseg,feel
ga. mSfoNm Aeeu ages enma.
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICZ
WASHINGTON, D. C., Poor OFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read daily. as changes may occur ab
FOilRIGN MATTA are forwarded to the ports of
sailing daily, and the schedule of elosings to ar
ranged on the prenimption of their uninterrupted
overland transit For the week ending December S.
1900, the last connecting closes will be made from
this office as follows:
TESDAY-(c At 9:15 P.M. for EROPE. er
as. St. Ltuis. frots New York, via Southampton.
Mail for IRELAND must he directed "Per as.. St.
Louis." (c) At 11:46 P.M. for EURtOPE. per s.*.
Teutonie. from New York, via Queenstown. (') At
11:05 P.M. for pELi'M direct, per as.. Noord
land. from Net- lork. Mail must be directed "Per
WEDNESDAY-(c) At 9:15 P.M. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLANO ITALY. SPAIN, PORTUGAL,
TURKEY, EGYk"T, BRITISH INDIA and LOREN
ZO MARQUEZ per s.s. La 0ascogne, from New
York, via Havre. Mail for other parts of EUROPE
must be directed "Per s.9. La Gascogne."
FRIDAY-tb) At 6:05 P.M. for EUROPE. per a.m.
Etruria. from New York. via Queenstown. (c) At
11:05 P.M. for NBrIERLANDS direct, per [email protected]
Potsdam, from New York. Mail must be directed
"Per 8.8. Potadam." (c) At 11:05 P.M. for ITALY.
per s.9. Columbia. from New York. via Naples.
Mail must be directed "Per s.c. Columbia." (c) At
11:05 P.M. for SC.OTLAND direct, per s.*. Vur-.
nessia, from New York. Mail must be directed
"Per s.v. Furn,ssa."
PRINTED MATTER, lII.-This steamer takes
printed matter, commercial papers and samples for
GLILMANY only. T'e same class of mall matter
for other parts of El'ROPE will not be sent by this
ship, unless specIllUy directed by her.
MAil FOR S0t'Ti AND CENTRAL AMERICA.
WEST INDIES. ETC.
MONDAY-(c) At 11:05 P.M. for CENTRAL
AMERICA (except Costa tica and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORT4, per s.s. Allianca, from New York,
via Colon. Mail for GUATEMALA must he di
rected "Per s.*. Alliancea." (t At 11:05 P.M. for
TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIO.
per s.s. Cherokee, fron New York.
TUESIAY-(i At 2:3(1 P.M. for JAMAICA. per
s.5. Admiral T)ew(-y, fr,-m Boston. (c) At 11:05
P.M. for BERMI'DA. per s.m. Pretoria. from New
York. (el At 1:(05 l'.M4. for ;RPNADA and
TRINIIDAD, per a.s. Grenada, from New York. (ie
At 11:05 P.M. for BIRAZIL. per s.s. Olbers, from
New York. Mail for NiltTHiERN BRAZIL, AR
G;ENTINE RE,'Ultlj4. i-RUGUAY and PAtA
GUAY must Ie direvii --'er s.s. Olhers." (e0 At
11:05 P.M for BRAZIL. per s.s. fapri, from New
York. Mall for NUTIEtN BRAZIL. ARGEN
TINE REPItLIC, 1IAt';UAY and PARAGI'AY
must he directed "I'.r s.s. CaprI." (ei At 11:05
P M. for CAM111'CiE, CIAPAS, TABASCO and
Yt'CATAN. per s.s Seguranca. from New York,
via Progreso. Mali for other parts of MEXICO
must be d'rected "Per s.s. Seguranca." (c) At
11:05 P.M. for NASSAl'. X.P., per a.m. Antilla.
from New York. Mall must be directed "Per s.c.
WEliN12DAY- (c) At 11:05 P.M. for JAMIAICA
and the 1'110VINCE OF SANTIAGO, CUBA. per
s.s. Admiral Satnpson, from Philaldelphia.
TH1'11SiAY --(e) At 11:05 I'M. for NEWFO-ND
LAND. per [email protected] Silvia. from New York. (cl At
11:05 P.M for INAGUA and CAPE GRACIAS, per
s.s. Kong Frod,. fromu New York. Mail for JA
MAICA, iELIZE. PUKRTO V'ORTFZ and GU'ATE
MAIA mist be directed "Per s.m. Kong Frude."
FRIDAY--ic) At 11:05 P.M. for NEWFOtND
LAND, per s.m. Corean, frot PhiladelphIa. (cl At
11:(5 P.M. for ST. THOMAS. ST. CROIX. WIND
WARD and LEEWARID ISLANDS and DEM
IARA. per s.s. Fontaboelle. from New York. (c At
11:05 P.M. for PRTO RIC'O. per as.. San Juan.
from New York via San Juan. (c) At 11:05 P.M.
for F(i'RTl'NE ISLANI., JAMAICA. SAVANILIA.
CARTIiAGENA and GREYTrWN. per i.s. Alene.
from New York. Mall for (ASTA RICA must he
directed "'er s.a Alene." (c) At 11:05 P.M. for
CURACAO and VENEZ ELA. per s.m. Hildur. from
New York, via Cu-aeao. Mail for SAVANILA and
CARTHAGENA must be directed "Per s.c. HIT
dur." (c) At 11:05 P.M for ARGENTINE RE
PUBLIC. URI'GAY and PAILA(AY. per tis.
Italian Prince from New York. (co At 11:05 P.M.
for NRTIIERN tRAZIL. per s.s. Amaxonense,
from New York.
Mails for NEWF4I'ND.AND. by rail to North
Sydney and theire via steamer, close here daily.
except Sunday. at 12:00) M.. and on Sundays only
at 11:30 A.M. (d) thl
Malls for MIQU'EiON. l,y rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here daily at 3:13
CUBtA MAl. close herf via Port Tampa. Fla..
Wednsdl*-s. Fridays and Sundays at 2:20 P.3. (0
Mails f,r iENIt'X overland. unless specially di
rected for dispatch toy stnters sailing from New
York, cloe here daily at 1:30 A.M. and 1o:4mo
Miails for IELIZI', PI'EYTO C4RTEZ and
GUATEMALA. by rail to New Orleans ai then,
via steanmer. close here 41:l tIv,at lo:nI P.M., the
conne-ting closes for which bving Moundays.
Mails fer 0OSTA I'A. ly rail to New (Orleans
and tben,e via steamer. elcse here daily at Itt:41i
P M., tLe connecting closes for which being Ttues
Malls for 'iINA*. JA'AN and PIlIlPPINE
ISLANID via S'attl' (ordinary mail aml specially
addressed registered mallo. hlose hre daily at 7:1ii
P.M. ti to, tc'emler 4. fur dispatch per as.. Id
zunil %ar, (o)
Mails for Al STICALIA (except West Australia).
NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII. FIJI and SA.IAN
ISLANIDS. via San Franelp-o close here daily at
7:00 P.1. up to December A. inclusive. for dis
patch per s.s. Sierra. (oi
Malls for AtISTRALIA (except West Australia.
which goes via Europe, and New Zealand. which
ges via San Francisco) and FIJI ISLANDS. via
Vancouver, close here daIly at 7:) P.M. after De
cember 7 and up to December 8. inclusive, for dis
patch per a a. Aorangf. to
Mails for CI'NA*. JAPAN. HAWAII and PIIT.
IIPINE ISLANDS$, via San Francisco, close here
daily at 7:01, P.M. up to December 9. inclusive, for
dispatch pe- s.s. Itio de Janeiro. o)
Mal, for CHINA*, JAPAN. HAWAII and PHIL
IP1PINE ISLANDSt. via San Francisco. close here
daily at 7:40 P.M. tip to December 17, luclualve,
for dispatch jyi s.s. Coptie. (0)
Malls for CHINA* and JAPAN, via Vancouver.
elcee here daily at 7:00 P1 i. up to December 2.
inclusive. fa -lispatch per s.s. Inpress of India.
Registered mail must be directed "Via Vancou
Mails for CO('HIN CHIINA are forwarded to
New York for eonectitn with Eurolean steamers.
* PiHILII'PINE ISLANDS (millitary mail), dis
patched to San Franelse at all closes for that of
flee. to conneet w:th c,vernnent transports, the
sailincs of whi," 'ire irregular.
(i Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. same
4.) Rugistered mails close at 8:00 P.M. same
(d) Registered mails cluse at 8:00 A.M. same
(ei Registered mails close at 1:00 P.M. previous
if) Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. previous
(h) Registered mails close at 12:00 P.M. previous
(k) Registered mails close at 8:00 P.M1. previous
('i) Registered nmalla close* at 6:00 IP.M. previous
del JOhIN A. 3iERRITIT. Po'stmnaste'r.
THE NORMAN, 808 12TH ST.-ROOMS. SINGLE
or en suite with o' withtout pr-ivate baths; firat
class hoard at reduced rates; good service; cen
tral location. F. D). TANNER. Manager. no21-12t*
FOR RENT-SPACE IN BIRICK lttLhING 418
9th at. n.w. For rates, etc., apply to WEAYElt
BROS.. 1410 F n.w. no24-tt
MRS. M. C. BERNER
Removed to 11404 L at.a .w. DressmakIng in all its
branches. Parisian_styles a_specialty. nol4-26t*-4
LADIES' TAILOR AND FURRIER,
806 K ST. N.W.
C. PECiv. PRACTICAL F'RRIR.-sTYLISi
cr,.,rettes made frum worn furs. Remodelios
1, presert styles at low prices. Plush garmenti
staaed and made like new. Muffs relined.
910 F st. n.w.. 2d floor, opposite Masonic Temple,
KNIFE A.\D .C'(itDION PLAITING DONE WITH
out delay. Pinking. le. a yard, At OPPENHEIM
ER'S. 514 .4th 51. n.w apRO-Stf
Lient. Hollinberger Suggests Changes
In consequence of numerous complaints
from citizens in reference to the alleged ex
istence of a number of "speakeasies" in
t-he fourthi precinct, Major Sylvester has
had Lieutenant Hlollinberger, Who is in
charge of the precinct, to make an in-es
tigatiotg of the matter. The latter has re
ported "that there was no doubt of the cor
rectness of the charge, but that the fault
liea with one of the regulations of the ex
cise board, which deprives policemen from
mak:ng oath as to the existence of such
places, unless they are actual witnesses of
the sale of liquor.
Lieutenant Hollinberger suggests that the
regulations be amended so that when an
offcer knows where liquor is being sold il
legally he can swear out a warrant before
the clerk of the Police Court and make use
of it at the proper time. He also suggests
that when the person thus selling liquor is
tak~ Into custody all the other person.
in tEe place be held as witnesses,
Major Sylvester has forwarded the lieu.
tenant's report to the District Commission
ers, accompanied by his approval.
Pestal Men at a SBaep,s'
The clerks and carriers of StatIon G of
the city post Office gave a smoker Satur
day eveningr at Loehi's Hall, 7th and N
streets. The prcgram Included a violin solo
by Mr. Gratton Montague; piano solo, by
Mr. Jas. Bond: songs, by Messrs. Rose,
Saunders, Boyden and Ferris; coon songs,
by Mr. Murphy, and illustrated songs by
Mr. R. Byron Bond, assisted by Mr. Hiar
yard W. Boyden. Mr. Bond's rendition of
"The Fatal Rose of Red" was particularly
pleasing, he receiving several encores.
Toasts were responded tg bp Super'intemd
eat P.arkhurst, Mr. Agnero of CleveIani
Ohie, and Mr. Howard Borden, with Mr.
Ferris as teanaer. Sup,erinem.ant
Parkhur'st took occasion te shank the aa
fo' their dewotio to duty, whieh ha
helped -40 bring Utation G, sine its en
Uishment a. ar and a half.ago, to its geus
eat gndmiee i the bmt raman 0a taa
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