FORit SALE A25-ACiRE FARt 40N 7TH ST. ROA1l
near l istrict ine,; land rih; fruit of all kinds:
goust h.us-'; plenty of shade; barn, ice house and
oth"r outbu:ilding-; will be sold v.ry ch.'ap.
W. MI. TEl:REI.L.
apb)-3t With I. II. Warner Co.
FOR SALE 4'1,'Ai'. AT 11YA5'rSVILLH. HO1SE;
6 c onnhuaicating ro.tna. hath, pantry; porebe;
cellar and ae..ur; icatim high and Jry; small
rash puymeent, heilaee oumthly. Address Rex
2s, litar offiee. 1t*
FOR SALE TWiN OAKS. !7N BFNKR HILT.
read; ae salurhan home for some one. cheap.
For pamticulars address for. H1. J. PENROD.
Braeeland. 11. I'.. or GRACE M. THOMiAS. 11)U
Corcoran building. ap20-31*
FOR SALE--AT KENSINI;rON. MiM.
L.vely hc.usn of 7 n.ms. and stable.
Gioed lawn; shade: fruit: on lest street.
Cost $5.51s4. 'rice to quick buyer. $4,300.
Beautiful house Kensington, M., with 2 acres.
Fine house and grounds. l'rice. $7.540. Will trade.
It. S. iMtN\AISIN.
11* 52 1oth now.
FO1t SALE IN Til E 3t4.<' i3i'IttOEl S1'li-Rit
if Washington; 1: nlin. froim F st.;a brand NEWV
4'tr'l'tE.lK ',n a I'IOiNElt; 2 storis, 7 ratus.
bath, hot and ..bl natcr, gas. sew.-rage, turnis.,
hat and all city conv.-ineeuqs: only ta uinares
fr'm ars. Frie,. $2.T5 N. /i'l O IT.
al0-:it It. it. 'iliNEit. 5.22 F st. now.
FOPR RENT P.ART IIP 1i-ltoN)M HotISE G.RANT'
roaa, nitar Te'nly..town. II. I'.: highest point:
p'ru-hes; l'orumar and well water: large grounds,
shad.'. it". Apply on premises after 5 p.m..
"Eiruh.'" Grant road. via t'hevy i'hase ears. 11*
FARMS IN Mlo.NTI';IMlEy I' 4'4-NT5.
IS aer's near thevy d'hase lletel. on ('hevy
Chase It. It.: abunlalit fruit. gisi house and out
building'i. i'ric., $211.i4. Offer wantet.
s- ars on 7th at. road near District line.
Will e11 very cheap.
225 air.s .an 7th at. road near Forest Glen.
254' on 7th at. r.ad near Wheaton. This prop
erty is in first-.lass condition and is very cheap
at $1100 per a-re. W. M. TERRELL.
It With Bi. H1. Warner.
'FEitA isLE 'ut NlRY IiIIMES FOR SALE.
IIEAI TIlT'1. IiIME ON PENNA. It., at
station: 3I0 miumt.-s from eity; tea acres; hand
sumite modern 14r. honie,. barn. carriage house;
all necessary ounthuildings; peaches. cherries,
plums. strawberries. currants, gooseberries, as
paragus, etc.; lovily lawn; handsome Iron fence;
delightful shade: gi'd water; near churches and
schoois. i'erfe.-tion in the way of an attractive
sulurilan bome. P'rice. JNin; easy terms.
MttST ATTtA-TIVE IHOME in District: short
drive from 4 'api tel: near ele'trie ears; cost $10,.
..10; 15 acres; 12 roam house; bath; het water
heat: purches. *onservatory, wind mill, barn.
tenant hocusi.; fruit. shade. shrubbery. 3.4NN) roses,
1444 choice ulbs. 3.0 grape vines. etc.: tim
rovelent- ioutl not be duliicated for $5.tiM N).
Price. $6.. id lni wirth more. Great bargain.
SNI t. I.TrilE Hi'F.: 11 miles frim elly; 253
acres: new six-ri.i heuse', barn. earriige boils,,
poultry Ioise, evry kinl of fuit: elevatedt: de
elrabl. ,twghii'rs: gradtl forest shad'. Price.
$1.544. inclmding store. dol.,,( -x-eileut business.
Only $~41 ..ash rip'iirl.
LiA\ EIY IluA- NEAR i i ai.I: 20 nres;
dwellin;; euthnlings. sha-le. running water": no
more" attractive plba- aIn \I.'ntgomeory ersunty.
Apiply I-.,. m No. 7. ink of Washinirton bldg.
i;GlTL.\iA)t\'Ns ,'t v'RY slAT: tii; arres. at
DlistrictI lino. una SolIdiers' litme: imptIovemeonts
rest over $:30.000: sulteel far sub.division. P'rice.
$17.4. $pi iltative la rg.Sin. Easy terms. A -
ply It.' m No. 7. lark "f Wiashington bldg.
al-2 -1t- 32
FR 'ItENT F1 tN isilEi', AT CitEYY i HASE.
bandsnwi, house. 2 stries. attie and cellar; 11
rnioss iand tetth: all mo iern tiuprovecnts; from
June 1 to ti tbr 1; rent $75.
ahi2ui3t It. it. W.tNElt Ci.. t1. F n.w.
Siuit SALE to ACRES AT CiLl.F;E PARK. 54t4
f.et from R.It. t.atioi: will sell in parcels of
itnu area or miori!. $1N1 ter ere.
F.r Sal.. .' nitrage. 4; roons. at Muirkirk
Station. 'n Ii & II. it.R.; lot 159xl1Z0. $1.2(N'; no
cash ximun-at ri-iir-id.
For Sal. 55 u.~-s at Springfiel Station. on
e-nn. IIt.: 12 r'm hotse, fruit; great bar
gain. $l.7i.e: sinal '.sh payment.
It* L. W. WlEEl, 1i19 13th at.
Ful itlNT N t'llESA I-t'EAKE tEAi11 ROAI. 2
or m ri rms: n'-w cottage: well and spring
wa tr: for..st utal l:"htsonkpin.ig privileges; $1u,
$1I mo"nth: "..miee". Address liitchie". Mtd. It*
2I it-ri-s; steam and ilieeri -ars: 2 houses;
panxtry yarils, shade and frlt. Only $2.5011.
W. \1. TF:ltREL.1
at24"3t With li. H1. Warner Co.
FORi SALE alt uNl-:a'I1-;l:E
A It?\I?'Tl-TL1 Si RltIf:AN HI\iFE,
I rimnis: ao. in.s.: a" r-g.; situation in a
AT LINI.-N. ilI.:
STEA't ANI' ETI.Fiflt 'A RS.
it 15.25 ti ave. n.w.
Fit St.. 'TOP I' \YIN; IFN'r
$lis .'Asil. BtALANi'E $i 3i(NTIILY,
At N.--rh t'iuwvy bs--; aews 7-r--ru and bath
liui.: furn:ae heat; -.--liar: molern -lu-nihig:
iuat.r and a- ser; lot 4m2.-.
n 1,:i-:;r it W. WA.LKER & SI'N. 1imi, F 't.
Fe l's S.\I.: IJFNSIN IT 'N
if: . itiful -r,. i tu-s.-. with inth. fnrnar.
wid.- .rains. l're wster frtm d'-.-1u ba'r'd wIls,
Lar -. " gr.'.nad. -utral I -catiri: nill p; ay t. in
tsch:at- aefo.e- Iar. h;,sin;g.
Arl"-. only ? 3.7"a ; t".-r:s. ."a'y mn'b~ly paty
nents. W.' 31. T.El1i;El-..
I With It ii. Warni-r l' 916 F' st. i.w.
13>itR F:'T AT l'alti .ST';E 'si TWI) litI-SES.'4
bah, stab!.: $2, rnei s''; rwar iars: it luin
doll-h. is roen home. 1:,:y;. las.-h.s, $15i. Je silN
T. KN' iTT-. 1R"''im 14. tls 1' st. ai.19 :it*
Fullt S\.1-1.0I~e'-1.NFt> $I140 -ONLY
$5 fri f 1"-:.. mi. sua.i:-r.'f., w-paniund hui'i
and! 3t ni:tivad. w.wtl lots. Takonua P'ark. 31a
11. are.. 4 d.--is from niarroll; acri to lo-li'bIts
1:in; ri:iinxiig water. -r, n irsi-a: prxinity tI li:t
and 1r.lby m1 siluariI tmala0-s great hat gal x. In
uir. of II NEIt. 711 II at. i.w. apl-3t'
FOR SAL.E OR E~r'llAN;Fr
One of the mseit desirable properties in this
beu'itiful subirb. Fine 16-rmom dwelling,
with st.-an heat; gas; excellent water supply;
stable; acreage covered with fruit; splendid
lann. TillS is as ideal suburban home. If
you are kooking f.e- a bargain or TRADE for
city property. investigate this offer.
A41R RENT RY TilE YE1R --AT KENSIN;TON
NEW 1101 SE: STE.AM EAT; MO . IMPS.; S
RO4)43; $I PElR MO.
FOR SALE- lilt TRAIDE St-IRRAN HOMES AT
KENSINGT.'N, FOREST GLEN, LINDEN AND
FOR~ SA.E- Several attractIve small properties In
Oine niew ho'use-. 7 rooms................15
linte new houise. I, roimvns. mieal. lunps...$2,ti4)
Telephti-ne 1211. bsap19-3t 4 19i25 Pa. ave.
AT IRI~IlTWIOl PARIK.
93l Ftlit at. iiaaxii aizeid street, grantili thic
$'asenaeiat to '-ur-'; 4) us. anid liarth; Tilt RO4 UGHi
l'ONiltN iai antd .txt; conciurete'd cellar; attic;
stained-i aril polishe'd th!ivts; st'ortm door; FlR
NAt'E HtEAT; gas.
Lange 3ard. s'-uth fron; ptorihes: NEAR
('AltS '-ne fare to i-tryi; a village huome wIth
cit y i-iomieni eners:. elieva ted. heaIthby liocalit1;
hics.-. 1l-in f'-r ir'i.lirti-n. ir keys next dour.
A I'arjoiin at $3t.ai;: terms to) sult. Insmpect
fir yuior-If anid then si-e
ay19l-3t* A. S. t.\YWGiDl. 933 9th at. nw.
FOR1 SAI.E Si :tII1tAN ii-ER'LTY NEW 5EY
enx r'om enx t l'.i-- iIistri'ct ltie: $1.9575. on easy
term--: ::.'stI a-n:t iio;n: oear far'; Inke' llerwyn
1''lt SALl A tlWAUTiFit-L FARMf oF . AlitES:
go -t ii: ni-lili-i-.l- tirrnu housrie and nut
buitidin-., of alt de'-cl-rj~iiton. in ;roodi oniidliin;
frut it lx h i- perm.il-. 's -:ar. u-lurrires, anid atraw
l.'rrti-s, iiis.-b..-rri---- Ae will of lie water; two.i
goal itx-~Ius r-rmang throu;:bi the platri': tin mtin
Ut's' naik f'nu 'itation. W. and P'. rallrixid; six
ii,- from t iin;;tai. i'ri.-e, $~5. Sii0. Te-ruts ti
51.1 purc-hi r. I,'- e .sion ait ontce. AlITit-'It
4'A1ltR. littsiii 'tld. alis:t*
Ft it SIl- N'e'tTi oF 4 ITY, TlEN A'3tES.
nsithli N.-ilin u. grit water. shade and fruit;
ta-n niilei-- fri rnt Whilte tlusa-: in deilrable. nigh
barhxiaL. S3.000. Inqjuire 1001i Vermont ave.
FOR1 SAI. -
Ti-h ebg 'it little runtry houme in the vIcinIty
of Washixnzin; 2 a.rres:7 T-roi hioaue: stablie andl
caria;:ue bouna; : liblin;:xs all nie; ult Last Sep
ternbl.r. P'rire inly $i.;i.
BlIlltES & UiHANDLEI. 515 14th st. 'Phone 1876.
FOR1 SAil -
A beauitifual ho~me in Clevieland Park, on liigh
Ixand ase.; .-intplete in every respect; large lot
andt tin-st l'-.ieri.in
Ill';1 ES & ' tl AN i'LERI, 515 14th at. "Phone 1876.
FOR SAll LO1Th AT EAST iiYATTFSVitllE,
5u0x2''. fir 8ll50 each.k Housie- for sale at ityatts
nille; biargaina. AIRiltjlt CAltit, hl3atteville.
FORil SAIll-SEVEN-ROit' COTT4J~hAGE. A 31IElICAN
Uanlsersity h'ark, $2,ZsN0: smaall i-ash paytnent,
balancu.-.asy ternis; a snap. Apply uwner. A. W.
sti'TT.NI'EN. 811 luth at. nw. ap-3t*
AMF~iti&AN l'NIVERtSITY 1'ARtK.
Fur new andi desirab~le bviuwie, 53.000 to $3.50014;
eleuctrio lighting. funnace. et.; i-oot and hi'alth
fu loc kation; splendid siess; also fIne' bilding
sites. TAIT & C'O.,
a#,17-tf.6 6110 14th at.
FOR SALE--oil RENT- -EAST WASHINGTON
Heihts-A beautiful bomne; 25 to 100 acres of
ground; ll-room house; anmit.; hardwood finish;
concrete cellars; larg~e barn and outbuildings;
abundance of fruit, shrubbery, etc.; aagnificent
views. OWNEII. P*13 K st. nw. apl7-4t*-6
HOW To RE Y tttt't OWN LA NIIlAIARI ON $10 A
Mo'nth? For particulars drop puntal for botuklet
liluatrating Fi'rt Mtyer llghta (only 1%~ mite,
fromn the WhIte Hounse).
apl-6t FUL.TN t. GOERDON. 7)4 14th nw.
bORl SALE $3.NJ0--$500 ('ASH, $25 MONTHLY
new b-roomx and l'ath frame cottage; large ver
andas; lot 6.250 sqt. ft.; located on a high eleva
tion, gIving a conimsanding view; one square from
electric cars; only alcut 2 miles from White
House. FULTON it. GORtDON. 70)4 14th nw'
FOR SALE---ROOM HOUtSE WiTH 2 OR MORE
acres, stable and chicken houae, shade, fruits,
fine water; near steam and electric cars; 3U
minutes from center of cityr; $200 cash and bal
ance $25 a month, including interest, Owner
non-resIdent. Address Box 14, Star olice.
FORl SALE- A 7-ROOM3 COTTPAGE ON TTH ST.
road near cIty, with stable and outhouse; furnace
beat; % acre land; fine water. Price, 3000.
3. D. & W. D. SULLIVAN, 707 13th. ap1-6t
bORl SALE-NICE COUNTRY VILIAGE. HlOUSE
and grounds, suited to small family; right at sta
tion; on railroad to Raltimore; convenient to
Washington; excellent neighborhood; pure water;
good schmol; possion inunedia tely; lIberal
ter. GEOG G UTWART, SeabrOok, M4.
FOIR SALE.-A DESIRABLE CORNER LOT IN
Cleveland Heights, fronting south; 40x135; 5,400
sq. feet; 25c. per ft. Apply to owner,
apl5-6t-4 A. A. WILSON. 303 7th St. n.w.
FAl31S FOR SALE IN ALL SECTIONS OF
W. M. TERRELL,
apl3-10t With B. H. Warner Co..
a part of WASHINGTON CITY. 1our golden
chance at becoming independent. Choice VILLA
SIT ES and CH AIRMING HOMES4 for sale. Write or
call for lilustrated booklet. 'Snap Shots of Wood
ridge." JNO. M. HENDEILON, 1303 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE--$350 FOR LOTS 25x135 TO 20-FOOT
alley; elevation 400 feet above tide water; one
block to Tenleytown electric ears; one fare to
any part of Washington; within three blocks of
schools, churches, shops and library; Potomac
water, gas and elec'trie, light; sewer now being
built; healthiest part of the Iistrict and Increas
lug ins value; payment s will be arranged to suit
purchasers and monu.y adi anced for building.
HEISKELL & McLERAN,
apl6-t.th.s.tf 1008 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE IN KENSINGTON TilE HOME OF
the late Win, It. Wheatley; 9'2 acres; beautifully
situated; convenient to steam and electric cars;
running water; fine shade; abundant fruit; l0
room house and outbuildings. all in good condi
tion. Also i suslxvision of hout 7 acres, to be
sold in lts to slt. Apply on premises or to
.IOHN IIIESTON. 1154 29th at. n.w., or Dr. J.
L. LEWIS. tethesda. Md. apl3-s.3t
FOR SALE--H ANDSOM E SI'lR.AN HOME,
surrounded by 375 acres of fertile land; near
Rockville. the coiuty seat of 'Montgomery con
ty; directly on the B. & O. It. It. and within
short drive to the electric ears. For full par
tieul::rs an.ply to JeulIN F. WAGGAMAN. 700
14th st. n.w., Washington. D. C. aphi.13.20.27
FOR SALIEDESIIAB!LE LOTS AT IIYATTS
ville. 3id.; 119) feet front by 200 feet deep: at
molerate prices and on easy terms. LOUIS CUN
NINGHAM. 1317 F st. n.w. ap12-26t
FOIL SALE-RED1'CED TO $4,500-10 ACRES,
facing on Tenleytown and Rockville elec. railway;
all kinds of fruit in full bearing; old house and
barns; high; shade; just the place for rusticating
during summer; land rising in value. MILES
FrLLEIt. 504 11th, 'phone 1431-3 Main. ap11-tt
THE MOST PROGRESSIVE SUBURB IS SOMER
SET HEIGHTS. in n.w. section; one fare; water,
sewer, L.igh and healthy; houses. $1.M to
$6.1i); lots. 5e. to loc. MILES FULLER. 504
11th at. 'Phone Main 1431-3. ap9-tu,th&s-tf
FOR SALE-RARGAIN TO QUICK PURCHASER
Iteautiful home at Kensington. Md.; 7 rooms and
bath; large attic and cellar; slate roof; hot and
cold water; furnace; 5'1.t90 feet of ground; su
perb view; fruit, shade, garden; terms to suit;
owner leaving. W. A. EDWARDS, Rtootn 79,
Interior Dept. ap2-18t*-7
BEAUTIFUL B;tADDOCK HEIGHTS-LOTS AND
villas; must enhance In value; easy payments; 25
minutes from center of city; electric road, 70
t-alns daily; station on grounds; improvements are
.ulstantial; $20,t00 already expended; excellent
wate:, pure air, health; best socil, conditions;
worthy investigation; some lots and villas rosy
cheap, and special prices for builders. Send for
booklet and prices. First-class salesman wanted;
liberal plan and terms. GEO. R. HILL, 015 14th
at. n.w. ap4-51t
sp4-tf CLEVELAND PARK.
$100 DOWN. BAtLANCE MONTHLY-HOMES AT
Vienna. Va.. 15 miles from Washington; pretty
cottages. f5 to $12 per month. E. W. PIERCE,
Vierna. Va fe15-78t*
FOR SALE-WOODSIDE. MD.. ON 7TH ST. ROAD,
nine-room cottage; cellar, bath, attic, furnace;
well of good water; price $3.800; terms to suit.
mh28-26t B. F. LEIGHTON. 416 5th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-A BIEAITIFUL COUNTRY HOME
at Falls Church. Va.; fourteen-room house, with
bath; concrete cellar; furnace heat; well of pure
water at kitchen door; large barn and stable;
33i acres land; plenty of shade; young orchard
planted; excellent gardening ground: thirty min
utes from Washington by electric cars, also steam
car communication: would make an excellent
boarding house. Address P. O. Box 135, Falls
Church, Va.. or apply on the premises to owner,
Mrs. L. O. PARKERt, Great Falls St.
BRENTWOOD. MD.. NEXT TO DISTRICT LINE.
on City and Sul-urban electric and B. and O.
Lots on Brentwood tract, 14 mile due north
from District line station, electric road. I cent
to 4 cents foot. Choice %4-acre lots, $110.
Lots en Holladay tract, both sides electrie
road, close to B. and O. station. 3 to 0 cents
foot. New houses building. Inquire
W., A. BARTLETT.
mb6-3m Loan and Trust, 10th floor.
FOR RENT-CHEAP-AT BRIGHTWOOD, D. O.,
a good dairy farm; 38 acres; plenty of water;
new dwelling and barn and other outbuildings;
windmill; accommodations for 40 head of stock.
fe14-tf B. F. SAUL, 7th and L ats. n.w.
FRit EX4'ilANi;E--ATTENTIfN , t l 4lJ S--4
beautiful lots; blo-k Iupotnt Circle; 1!x> each,.
t. alle; ean be had at I.argiin. Apply EARtLY
& i.Ai'1PTN. 615 14th st. n.w. ap2i--t
1".l' E~t'ilANGF-IM' YON' T1IllNK OFt Ex
6'IIAt\6NING Yoti R PiPi'EITY, COiNSI'LT lIS.
wi- OFFER A NtMiER iF ('le';: P.i,'
ETIES, 1l'ltVEls AND I'NDI3 R4 )VEi . A
\'MI;Eli OF TiEM FitE; OF IN CM
UlLA\t'ES. tal'It l'IslIt ES LOBW.
.TOlNE & F"Ali:tX, tint and 8OS F st. n.w.
F1lR EXCHIANGE SEVlLX L. l.i;E LiTS ONE
blosck south of . E. tniviersity. near Glover and
Frye mainsitons; letar rml in line of great im
provemients: will ie exch:angel with cash for a
i:..derate-price-l house. Address OWNER L. J.
S.. Star ofice. It*
Fit EXCHANGE IMPRiOVEI) AND l'NIMPRO'V
ed prol.erty, free and clear, on farm or other
pirperty. Apply Room 8, 6;23 F st. 1t*
FORL EXiANGE--AN ElEG3iANT BRtICK AND
stone residence, in one of the most fashiona I b.
s'.otions of It. I. ave. n.w.: 1-i ro.ms; 2 bath
rsms: every known improviment: hardwood lin
ish. This iroperty is free of all trusts, etc.
Will rent $1's1 per mouth.
R. J. MAIISIALL.
it 50S 11th n.w.
Fl EXCHANG;E--A BEA'TIFUL SUURAN
home, includiig I acre of land, extensive lawn,
garden, orchard; pretty view; improvements con
sist of stable, etc., and large li-room dwelling,
rches, plenty shade. for city property; price,
$4.100 elear. P'. H. McGILL, with H. Rozier
Dulanty, 1320 F at. ap19i-3t
FE R EXCHIANI -WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
TRAlNG. Let us have your property. JNO.
Y. WORTHINGTON & CO., 608 14th at. n.w.
F-ORt ENC'HAN;G--26-Ai-iE FARM AT SUIT
land: 375-aire farm at EOxoii 11ll; 4 small house.
on liih St. ne.; S i00S sqi. ft. ground. a.w., in
ciumnereid only $600'. W. P'. LOCKWOO D. cor.
146th and G now. apI9-3t*
WILL EXt IlANGE WEILL-RIENTrEI, UNINCUM-.
becredl 2-story birick, nw., for Iiot or improved
p~ropearty on "Heighits." Address Box 62. Star
Flt E~i'IlANE;E W~IL EXCIIANi;E TWiI FIV'E
ro.om franes, iii northecas-t, unlnemnitbere-d, gioid
tienanit-. for iunimp tro.vied It w-et of Ni-rib Capi
t1,1 .t. WM. B. RiEIL.LY, 480 La. ave. n.w.
FORd SALE--BY OWNElt. (OR WILL EXCIIAN\GE
tin improved for iru proved property, seteoral
c-hl-e lots on ltaroii ianid Chiain sts., Columbia
Heights: beautifil lots in P'etwsorth. Takiima
andi Garrett Piark : Ilso two ni-ce houses In
northwnest. Addir-ss K. U. D.. Star ofile-c.ap1ii6t*
ICOUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
WA.N'TEll--FARM3. 110, AImES; METIIOPOLitITAN
brasnch. 2 iiilei- fstiu station; wtill go 30 miles
fromineiity;'riist have sihade an ld fruit; donti c are~
s, much f-r dwiisellinog ; prefer to btuild. Address
lox 11.2. Star (:1fice. It*
F-sR'I SA~LE lit; Ai''RES. 2 AllIES FAilltFAX STA.
tlon: ; ii aries :leared; ri-st Itiber ; amaill house,
wel-l anil oreb:i rd ; $I.i NI. 64, aires. 3t mile.s froms
IHerndioni. Va.-; 16 fri to Wi.hingitn; large, old.
faishioneid house, with hail through center; $1.1E00
cash. Apply ti, E4WNEI. 626; F niw. 1l*
FORl SAL.E-i li RENT--FAIIM CONTAINING 0)
arrs;dellinog. barn tand iother buildintgs ; ad-.
joining louid's Mdill fa rim; fo ur muilecs from Alex
andii. Vai.; termis 'easonle. Apply to Mrs. F.
It. ltfEYNOI lIS. Ilinc-olnia, Fairfax ico.. Va. It*
FORl SALE- ORt RENTi-UEi A~I'ti-.S AND 6-ROOlM
house; 10 mtilles from Washington . Apply Box
210. Star otlice. It*
FOR SALE- clt ENCHiANE;E FORl C'ITY PRlOP
erty-Farm, 6%i acres; 12 acres wood: 1 mile
from Seabirook, II. sand P. R.Rt.; 3 mIles from
Branchville, It. and II. R.R.; 10 rmiles frorn
Washington, throutgh Itladensburg; price, $1,100l;
easy termis. TrIlEODl. FRIEBUS, batik bldg.,
12th and Il stsi. nit..a2,2
FORl SALE- itEAIl'iL. tOUNlTRY HOME,
with 11% act-es, or gi-od iivestmienit fvr future ad
vancemnent ini valuie; civerliuks RO4)1K CREEK
manusion has 12 rooms, hot and colid water. etc.;
groundo in neighbo~rhood $2.500t so acre. THOtMAS
J. FISH ERI & CO., Iincorporated, 1414 F st. n.w.
FORl RENT --AT~ MONTEREY, BLUE RIDGE
mountains, cimpletely furniished cottage, opening
ott to golf links; deliious water. For particu
lars addlress Mrs. KEIM, care Lieut. Hboogewedif,
Naval A-cdemy. Annapo~lis. ap.20-s.t.th-3t*
WANTED-BY AIDULTS, FURINISHIED HIOUSE IN
country (no village*, near cars: distance from
city to suit oltlee people. Address CLEltK N.,
Star offie- ap20--2t*
FOR1 SALE FINE FARM, 260 ACRiEB; WELL
watered and fertile; near Poole'sville, Mlontgomn
ery county. Md.: splendid neighborhood; $2,400
may remain at five per cent, balance in cash, or
wIll exchange for small house In the cIty. Apply
to Room 11,
ap20-2t* 472 La. ave. n.w.
WANTED--A FARM OF ABOUT 100 ACRES,
convenient to Washington, with good improve
menits; lantd must have agri-ultural value; will
give imp, city property In exchange, or pay cash;
limit $6,500. Address H. It. D)., Star oflice.
FOR SAIE-IN ROCKVILLE AND ENVIRONS,
restful homes wIth 1 to 21) acres; farms of 25 to
350 acres; on easy terms.
ap12-26t JOS. READING & CO., lnekville. Nd.
Foil SALE--A BEAUTIFUL FARM 0F 25 ACRES,
on the 'ith at. turnpike; three miles from District
line; 9-room house; fruIt and shade. Box 141,
Star office. ap-s,3t*
If you have any guds to store or sell send
theta to THOMAS DOWLING & CO.,
=mhiitt *12e B a. - -
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN.
MONEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D. O.
real estate, in sums to suit, at lowest rates.
Nominal charges. No delay.
ap20-tf A. F. FOX COMPANY. Inc.. 920 F n.W.
WANTED-$1,500 FOR THREE YEARS -AT SIX
per cent, secured on real property in the District
of Columbia, worth double the amount. Apply to
Room 11. No,. 472 La. ave. n.w. ap2O-3t
MONEY TO. LOAN.. I HAVE $40.00, 12,600,
$1,400 and $500 at 6% and $&W0 at 6%.
ap0-tf . D. D. THOMIPSON, 1335 F.
To get money when you are a little hard
up; 4hat is, of course, if you come here
We loan any amount you wish on furni
ture, &c. Our rates are guaranteed to be
the lowest In the city. See us next time
you're "hard" up.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
apl-12d 610 F 610.
WE CAN LOAN YOU TIE AMOUNT REQUIRED
AT 4%, if real estate is well located; any sum,
from 511 to $75,041, in bank, waiting to be
placed; MAKE A'i'LI'ATIONS IIItECT.
apl8-tf STONE & FAlltFAX, 800-808 F n.w.
WE CAN MAKE YOUR LOAN AT 4% INTEREST
ON D. C. REAL ESTATE. IF SECURtITY IS SUF
F'ICtENT: SMALLEST POSSIBLE EXPENSE.
TALK WITH US BEFORE MAKING YOUR
ap10-tf MOORE & HILL. 717 14th at. n.w.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE.
Any amount. Lowest rates. Also installment
plan. L. 0. DELASHMUTT,
ap6-4tf 1421 G at. n.w.
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS SOME SURPLUS
money to lend on furniture or pianos at a low
rate. .Address PRIVATE, Star office. ap6-tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
rent rates of interest on real estate in the 1)1
trict of Columbia.
FITCH, FOX & BROWN,
apl-Stt - 1406 G at. n.w.
Our business would be small Indeed If we did not
protect our clieits with absolute secrecy. A large
share of our clients could borrow from their friends,
but they do not want their friends to know about
their little temporary difficulties. You may be sure
that no one outside of our office will ever know of
any transactions we may have. We loan small
sums on unindorsed notes to parties holding good
permanent positions. We also loan any amount on
Furniture,, Pianos, &c., without removal. 602 F
at. n.w., CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.
I HAVE SOME MONEY TO LEND ON FURNI
ture, pianos, etc., at a low rate of interest; con.
Adential. JOHN MARTIN, Room 34, Warder
MONEY TO LOAN ON SECOND TRUSTS, LIFE
ins. pol., indorsed notes, etc., and to responsible
persons, on monthly payments at legal rates of int.
ATTWELL t: TREADWELL, 1105 F at. n.w.
MONEY AT 4% AND 4%%
On I). C. Real Estate.
Prompt answers-Small commission.
fe0-tf LIEBERMANN & HAWN, 1303 F at.
MONEY TO LOAN ON SECOND TItUSTS. LIFE
ins. policies, indorsed notes, etc., at legal rates
of interest and payable back in monthly install
ments. '1. W. STUBBLEFIELD, Room 2, Mertz
bldg., 602 11th at. n.w. fe8-3m
LOANS NEGOTIATED ON STOCKS, BONDS,
bldg. and loan asso'n shares, syndicate certifs.
and other approved collateral; old line life poll
cies bought and loaned upon. No chattels taken.
Reliability and pro mptness assured. C. A.
BAKER, Rooms 40-42. 1110 F at. Take elevator.
MONEY TO LOAN,
IN ANY SUMS DESIRED,
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
THOS. J. FISHER & CO.. Incorporated.
an25-tf 1414 F street n.w.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
WE HAVE IT FOR YOU.
You need go to no trouble to borrow from
friends. Be independent of asking favors. We
will lend son on your furniture and pianos or any
household goods or personal property. Will charge
you less and make the most lenient terms; in
fact, you can nake your own terms. Call and
get our rates before you decide who to borrow
from Private offices. Strictly confidential.
COLUMBIA GUARIANTEE CO.,
auI1-14tf 613 F at. n.w.
MONEY LOANE:D SALARIIED PEOPLE AND RE
TAIL MERCHANTS upon their own names, with
out security; easy payments. TOLMIAN, Room
48. 908-e14 C st. oe2'3-4tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT 4% AND
4%%. payment on principal in amounts of $500 or
more received at any interest period.
jy28-4tt F. H. S31TII & Sf;NS. 1418 F at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3%. 4 AND 414 'Elt CENT,
in sums of $1,000 to $100.000, on D. C. real es
tate; pay off 5 Per cent and ft per cent loans and
begin aneu at lowest rates of interest: nll trans
actions conducted with economieal considoiration
for borrowers. WM. 11. SAUNDERS & CO.. 1407
F st. n.w. jeS-7tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPitOVED REAL ESTATE
within the District of Columbia. in amounts to
snit applicants, at lowe.t rates of interest.
ja19-4tf GEO. W. LINK INS. i00 19th st. n.w.
I K FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE,
3.4 YTH ST. N.W.,
MONEY LOANED ON WATi'iE., DTAMONDS,
JEWEI.!Y. SI.VCELWARE. E'TCi.
O1.1' GOLD AND SILVER IOttliT.ja31-6tf
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE
4. 4% and 5 per cent.
fe27-4tf 1307 F at. n.w.
IF YOU WANT TO RlROW Oit LOAN, ItPY OlR
sell, on real estate. I can save you time and
cash as I give personal attention to all deals.
deb-4tf J. EA KIN GADSBY. 526 13th st. n.w.
$10 AND UPWARD LOANED ON FUitNITUltB,
PIANOS, &c., on the Building and Iian Assocla
ti.n plan. which makes the cost of carrying loans
much less than you pay elsewhere, and allows
you to pay it off in any sized notes you desire.
running from one to twelve months.
1j.ns with other companies paid off and more
money advanced if desired.
Strictly confidential. Front room, first door.
NATIONAL MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
de16-13tf 625 F at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT LOW
zat rates of interest, on D. C. real estate. Large
loans a specialty. Prompt attention.
WALTER II. ACKER,
no7-5tf 704 14th at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent interest. Special
privileges with respect to prior payments. Large
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUCTHERtFO~tD,
1807 F at. nw. fe9-5tf
roR SALE-CHiOICE P'IEC.E OF BUSINESS
property on west aide 14th at. near It; S stoiries;
containing 15 r-ioms and store; deep cellar; st a
ble in re-ir: new atnd modtern; well rented to g'"'d
tenants; deep lot to 20-foot paved alley. F~or
piarticulairs address Box 21, Htar office.
TO DESIRAB LE TENAN'IB.
The second floor of The Evening Star Anne:
will be rented to a desisable tenant. Size 50x10o
feet. Steam heat, electric light and motor power.
Elevator service. Apply at The Star Office. oc13-tt
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
THE WEEMS STEAMBOAT CO.
Potomac Rtiver Rtote-Spring Schedule.
On and after March 28 steamers Potomac and
Northumberland will leave 7th at. wharf every
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 4 p.m. for Bal
timore and river landings. Returning leave Balth.
more, pier 9, Light at., every Ttuesday. Thursday
and Saturday at 5 p.m. All river freight most he
prepaid. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York
freight solicited. Accommodations for passengers
Istrictly first class. STEPH1ENSON & BRO., Agts.
Telephone 745. . mh28-12.tf
E. S. RAND)ALL POTOMAC RIVER L.INE CO.
DAILY STEAMfEItS FsORt RIVERt LANDINGS.
STEIAMERt HARR~Y RtANDALL'-Sunday. Tuesday
aid Thursday at 7 am, for intermcdiate landIngs to
ColonIal Reach. Curriomen and Nomini.
STEAMERt WAKtEF1ILD-Monday and Saturday
at 7 a.m for intermediate landings to Colonial
Beach, Bunshwood, Rock Point. Colton's, Nomini;
Wednesday at 7 a.in. for above landings and
Iower Machodoc Stone's, Howard's and Cobrum's.
U'NITED STATES MAIL ROUTE,
WASHINGTON, ID. C., TO GLYMONT, MD.,
and intermediate landings.
The new steamer ESTELLE RANDALL, daily,
except Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Returning about 3 p.m.
Passenger accommodations first-class. Freight
received until the hour of sailing.
E. S. RANDALL, Manager. 'phone 1765. GEO.
0. CARPINTER, General Agent, Washington,
'phone 176. WM. M. RtEARDON, Agent. Alexan
draa 'phone 50- ap5-25tf
317 6TH ST. N.W.
Oldest German Speciat.
X-RLAYS for Examinations, Diagnosis and Treat.
meat in Skin and Blood Diseases, Cancer, Ithen
matism, Piles, Stricture, &c.
Urine examined. Daily, from 10 to 6; Tuesdays
and Saturdays till 8 p.m. 'Phone, East 786.
Dr. Reed, Speciallist,
Treats successfully Cstarrh, Kidney and Stomach
Troubles, &c. CURtES special diseases without
the use of mercury. &c. Office hours, 10 to 1, 3
to 6; Sunday. 10 to 12. CONSUIE7ATION FREE.
509 12TH ST. N.W. mhl8-Stt
.Dr. Leatherman, -
Expert Specialist in the cure of all special diseases
of men and women, Consultation free. Daily, 9
to 12. 2 to 5; Tues., Thurs. and Sat. evenings,
7 to . 602 F n.w. Closed on Sunday. de1-Gtf
A CURED AT HOME BY INTERNAL
~j~~ treatment; no knife, plaster or pain.
Book and testimonials mailed FREE. CANCER
INST1TUTE. 121 WV. 42d t., New York. oc20-s.52t
Sand Liquor Habit cured in 10
to 20 days. No pay till cured.
Write Dr. 3. L. STEPHENS
CO., Dept. K.6, Lebanon, Ohio.
W. R. Speare,
Undertaker & Embalmer,
u6 N mwPRR NO)RTEWT.
Uverythime staktly st-cams and cm the ast ra
sMahla tams 'isabma elL Sea 1a.-iou
MRS. F. E. DRAPRR.-lFRMERLY OF WASHING
ton, has two vacaneies. in small party for sum
mer travel in Europe-comfortable and compre
hensible tour in En g. Holland. Belgium. her"
many, Switserland, ItI and France. For itiner
ary and particulars Mrs. F..E. DRAPER,
Dorchester, Mass. ap20&27-2t-7
With Safer moyaness thn
7 . - ON1 flII D LIFERI
PO Take one LIf 18 I'atial New Twin-Screw
8teamers of the
NEW ENGLAND, 11,6(0COMMONWEALTH. 13.
tons, -Alr.24 & Mama " 000 tonsMar S&Iune 5.
Saloon passage, 100 and up. 2d cabin, - ld-class
at lowest rates. For passage, plans an ilustrated
folder apply to the company's ofice, 77 State at..
Boston, Ma.s.. or GEO..W. -MOSS, 1411 G at. n.w.
HOLLAND-AMERA U .
New York-Rotterdai. via Boulogne-sur-Mer.
Twin-Screw .S , 10 A.0 tons, "tgtgndam
Sat.. April 27, 10 A.M.~ 7t.5I.
Twin-Screw S.S.. 12,5( tons,
Sat. May 4, 10 A.M. s Potsdam .
MAASDAM................Sat.. May 11. 10 A.M.
IOLLAND-AMERICA LINE, 39 B'way. N. Y.
E. F. DROOP & SONS. 925 Pa. ave.; G. W. MOSS,
1411 G at.. Agents.
fe2- .tu&th till myl;se3-tut tb&s-3m
Q. S. s. CO.
FOR APRIL, MAY AND JUNE
An ideal voyage to a paradise of bowers.
Steamers sail weekly from New York. For il
lustrated pamphlets, passages, etc., write to
A. E. OUTERBRIDGE & CO.
Agts. Quebec S.S. Co..Ltd.,39 Broadway, New York,
ARTHUR AHEARN, Secretary, Quebec,
G. W. Moss. 1411 G at. n.w., Washington, D. (.
a p6-a, tu&th-16t-20
St Louis.. Apr. 24, 10 am St Louis. .May 15, 10 am
New York.May 1, l0 am New York.May 22, 10 am
St Paul...May S, 10 am
Red Star Line
Kensington. Apr. 24, noon | Friesland. May 8, noon
*Zeeland.. .May 1. noon | Southwark.May 15. noon
*New twin-screw steamers calling at Cherbourg.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Piers 14&15, N. It. Office. 73 Broadway. New York.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 F ST. N.W.,
1a24 Or G. W. Moss. 1411 G at. n.w.
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.
L'Aquitaine.....April 25 La Champagne.. .May 9
La Gascogne....April 27 La Lorraine......May 16
La Bretagne.....May 2 L.'Aquitaine......May 23
General Agency, 32 Broadway, New York.
G. W. MOSS. 1411 G ST. N.W. fel-312t-13
NORTH GEIRPMAN LLOYD
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
*Lahn............Apr. 24.*Lahn............Mag 21
Kaiser Wm. Gr..Apr. 30-Kaiser Wm. Gr..May 28
Kaiserin M. Th..May 14 Kaiserin M. Th..June 11
Sailing at 10 A.M.
To Southampton-Bremen only,
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
SOUTHAMPTON-or CH ERIIOURG-BREMEN.
Barbarossa.Ap. 25, 10 am Gr.Kurfurst.May 9. 9 am
K. Luise...May 2, 3 pm I H.H.Meier.May 16, 3 pm
GIBRA LTAR-NA PLES-GENOA.
Aller.......Apr. 27. noon tilohenz'l'n.May 18, 4pm
Werra....May 4. 10 amIAller......June 1, 3 pir
Trave.....May 11, 11 am Werra... .June 8, 11 am
tFormerly Kaiser Wm. II.
OELRICIIS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. Y.
Apply to E. F. DROOP, 923 Pa. ave..
fe8-312t Agent for Washington.
Bostori to Liverpool
Magnificent, New, Twin-Screw Passenger Steam
ships. 14,000 tons.
Fast; Remarkably Steady; Spacious Promenades.
Passage about 7 days. All First and Second Sa
lon Rooms located 'pper Decks amidships. Per
fect Ventilation. Table unsurpassed.
SAXONIA gails lay -11, June 15, July 20,
IVI:RNIA sails April 27. June 1, July 6, Aug. 10.
Saloon, $6o up. Second 'ahin, $40 up. Round
trip discounte. Third-class, low rates.
ULTONIA, Twin-Screw (10,1)00 tons) specially
fitted for TllitD-CL.M passengers only. Ladles'
Saloon and Men's Smoke-Iloon located Upper Deck
amidship. Sails April 20 May 16.
AI.EXANI)Elt MARtti*. Agent, 9 State Street,
Boston, Mass., or G. W. Moss. 1411 0 at. n.w.
PIAN.) LESSONN Ill INNES Ot ADVANCED
aIil': lost ref, rt-.s. 3irs. JONAS, 1-106 lIop
kius st.. near t;h and P n.w. ap2.-s.4t*
0 SUMMER COURSE.
All Eng. Branches.
943 I ST.
Splendid success before V
civil servlee. Each stu
dent a specialty. All the
typewriting you want.
None too old to learn.
TO SPEAK FItENCHI. REAl), UNDERSTAND
and pronounce well, only 80 lessons; easy,. attrac
tie courses. Classes and private lessons.
MIle. V. PItUD'HOMME, 307 D st. n.w. (car lines).
OF MUSIC, 802 K at. n.w. Piano. Violin Lessons,
&c. (ap4-20t*) EDWIN HART. Principal.
WVANTED-.A POSITION A~S TEACHIElt OF ENG
hlt, Instrumental music and typewriting in
school or private family; music a specialty. Ad
dress J. K. L., Star o fice- a p19-2t*
INTEltPRIETER DESIRESi ENGAGI.MEN\T To
travel In America or Europe: speaks the contI
nental languages and has experIence. Address
ENG.ISHI. Star offe.- ap18-3t*
Shorthand. VENARLE Summer
TypewrIting. SHlORTiIIAND Sessions.
Blest |SCI)OOL. Rteasonable
Methods. 000 F~ at. n.w. Termis.
9th and F. Courses: Shorthand. TypewrItIng, En
Illsh, Ilusiness. Day, evening and nIght sessions.
lI-en all shmmner. (Catalogues. ap5-5tf
MRt. WVILLIAM WVAL)ECKER,.
ianuo. Organ aind Trheory.
Graduate of the Rtoyal Conservatory, Lelpaig.
ap'5-26t* Rtesidene, 213 Ei st. nw.
~ -~ Of our students took the Iast civil ser
II'ice examination. Special steno
Sgraphic examInation for PhilippIne ser
vIce April 27.
"J) We prepare thoroughly."'
504 11TH N.W.
Washington Hcights SChool,
1850 WyomIng ave.b cor. 10th. at. n.w.
Certinicate admits to college.
Principal. MIss FRANCES MARTIN.
Ass't Prin., Miss C. PETTIGREW.
Method awarded Iwo gold and two silver medals
at the Paris Exiposition of 1900. Its author dec
orated ChevalIer ofg he $.gion of Honor.
BER LITZ la''n is *""ikacu&
SCHOOL. Ji GONID, Prin a,
WisconsIn ave. negr Clei lIand Park. Receives day
and boarding pupilsuof an~y age. Nine teachers. New
building, refectory, Jibrag, laboratory. Gymnasium,
athletic field, gulf Blnks. Advisory board: Justice
Brewer, Secy. Gage, Mt. C. C. Glover, Col. Wright
and other prominent- Washington men. L. L.
HOOPER, A.M., Hyed 1pater. no2-s&w-10tf
MISS BALCH'S CIVIE SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS COLLEGE,
1340 Q-at. n.w.
Higher mathematics, stenography, typewriting.
ST. RtOSE'S iIDOSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Dressmaking and underwear. A new depart
meat has been opened, In which ladies and young
girls will be taught cutting, fitting and all kinds
of sewing. For particulars apply to the SCHOOL,
2023 0 at. nw. de81-6,tt
French and English Sebool for Girls. Suburb of
Washington. French the Ilnguage of the house.
Mlle. L. M. Bouligny, Prin., Chevy Chase P.O., Md.
OUT OF' WASHINGTON.
MONTROSE SCHOOIL-A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER
- home for girls and small hoys; Ideally located;
terms moderate; invites attention from parents
going abroad. Address Miss HARDEY. Cla rks
ville, Md. ap8-26t*,4
MIECHAN10S, ENGINEERlS, ELECTRICIANS, FIRE
men, etc. A free scholarship In engineering wili
he awarded to a few well-recommended ap -
cants. AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CORRSOD
ENCE, Boston, Mass. 3a26-1aw.15t
MADAME JONES, 619 F- ST. N.W., THOROUGH
and scientiic- palmIstry reeding,, 25 cents: le
smu to o-an as... .
. Information Co.
25 Union Square. (N, Y. OFFICES) a Park Place.
American and European Hotel Booklets GiATIS.
Hotels and Resorts
AIX LA CHAPELLE GD_' MOARtE
-ATLANTIC CITY O a, 'tElAHa
ATLANTIC'CITY Cara v CR toA
ATLANTIC CITY CHELSEA. 30a an
View re.Se reor bt
ATLANTIC CITY RUDOLF.Finest resort
Htl. in Ameriea. Cap..
800. Sea water baths. A.&E.P. Orchestra. N.Y.
booking office, 25 Union Square. (C. R. Myers.)
ATLANTIC CITY SpE p:
BALTIMORE _d. OTEPStEnER.P..
BALTIMORE THE NEW EUTA, AP..
BALTIMOR2.50. $4.50 . EJ.TP Shanno n.
BERNARDSV ILLE N. J. OE
1 hour from N. Y. Elevation, 800 ft.
BOSTON Masa. itryEL VENDOME. A. P.
(Back Bay). Convenient location.
BOSTON Mass. HEL BRUNSWICK. E .
BROOKLYN N.Y. HtrrMEl '. GERE.
BUFFALO N.Y. HOTEL GILIS. Leading Ex
position Hotel. Near Entrance.
EDGE MERE L. I THE EDGEM1ERE. 200
EDGE117LRE ro-TEoms. W.D.Rckefeller Mgr.
FT. MONROE a- t CABERLIN, Old
Gt.BARRINGTON N Berkshire
Golf. Booklets. C. Ticknor & Son.
LAKEPLACD NY. WHITEFACE Inn, Adi
r~on'k. Golf. E.GrifthMgr.
LAKE WOOD "-' AU"L'""E
LAKEW OD N.LAUREL-IN-THE-PINES.
Great Winter and Spring Resort.
MONTEREY Cal THE DEL MONTE.
"In Firylnd." Booklets.
NEW ORLEANS La NEW TCAL
NEW YORK BE O t'Gilsey Hse.
NEW YORK BREV)OTE lAOUa. have.
NEW YORK lHOTEL KENSiNGTON,5th Av.
NEW ORK&1ath St.' Geo. C. Howe Prop.
NEW YORK NEW AMSTERDAM HTL..thb
Av.& 21st. E-P..$t per day&up.
POLAND SPRG Me. P(LN v PRING
STA M FO R D N. R EX3MERE&(IIICHILL
COBLENZ A thone. New lst-,l- o
Every mod. conmfort. -n IO1poI
EM S, Bad. HOTEL D'ANGLETERItE. Leading
American Hse. All mod'n comforts.
Largest & Finest- E
LONDON Unequaled Lounge. t. Lr1 1s
American Plan. tEni'
Westminster $2.50 per day. L H S
(near Abbey). Extensive Courty'd. -
Near shops & theaters. S-1-1111 s
LONDON Eng. HTL. KINGSLEY. A.P.,$2.50;
E.P., $1 up. Near British Museum.
DEVERE HOTEL. A.P.,$2.50up.
(Facing Kensington Pal. 100 rms.
LON DON -PBa_E-ofw irS.De ereGds.
Kensington W. Sumpt's, econ'l. A.P..$2.25up
BItOADiWALK Htl. Ie~ereGdns.
HOTELS. W. Iligh-cl.en'penslon. A.P.,52up
KENSINGTON HTIA. Electric
lift. Up-to-date. lst-classcuisine.
LONDON LANGH AM HOTEL. Unrivaled
position. Portland pl.&Regent st.W.
EXETER Eng. IWOYAL CLARENCE HOTEL.
Facing Grand Old Cathedral.
PARIS France. HOTEL D' IENA, 26-28-i32
Atenue D' Lena. (F. Schofleld, Prop.)
PLYMOUTH Eng. GIAND HOTEL. Finest
position in Europe on Hoe.
PitPOSAIS WILL HBE lE(EIVED AT THE BU
roani of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department,
Washington. 11. C., until 12 o'clock noon April .9o,
11. :d pull .icly op1-n-d imn-diatlely thereafter.
to furnish at the Navy Yard. Washington. ). C., a
quantity of electric cable and muslin. ]Bank pro
posals will bi furnished ult>n appliention to the
Navy Yard, Washington. D. C. A. S. KLNNY. Pay
master G;eneral. U. S. N. ap2t-1aw2t
1 .\11 Pit0l'OSAIA. INI~Il)tSIED "Pi'ti
posals for Steel Work an1 Freprfoing," will .e
received at the BurHi . of Yards and Docks. Navy
Department. Washington. until ONE O'I.tLOt'K.
MAY ELEVENTIl. 1101. and then and there pub
licly opened, for Steel and Iron Work and Fire
profting for an extension of store No. 1.Navy
Yard, Washigton. For plans. sleciilations andi
forms of proposals address "'Commandant. Navy
Yard, Washington." MOlDECAI T. ENI'I'1i'I',
Chief of Bureau. sp20-law2w
PROIPOSALS FOR STEAM BOILRltS.-OFFICE
of the Commissioners, D. C., Washington. April
13, 1901.-Sealed proposals will be received at this
otiee until TWELVE NOON SATUIIIDAY, MAY
EIGHTEENTHI, 1901. for furnishing and erecting,
complete and ready for use, at the locations siae
cified, sixteen (16) Steam Boilers. Specifleations.
blank forms of proposal and all necessary informa
tion may be obtained at this office. HENRY B. P.
MACFARILAND, JOHN W. ROSS, LANSING H.
BEACH, Commissioners. D. C. ap15-6t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, D. C.,
Washington, D. C., April 18, 1901.-Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until
TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON SATURDAY, MAY
FOURTII. 1901, for grading certain streets and
avenues, aggregating about 100,000 cubic yards of
grading. Blank forms of proposal, specifications
and all necessary information will be furnished
on application to the office of the Engineer Com
missioner. D. C. H. IB. F. MACFARLAND, JOHN
WV. 1R0SS. LANSING H. BEACH, Commissioners,
TREASURY D)EPARtTMENT, BUREAU OF FN
graving and Printing, Washington, D). C., April
15. 1901.-Sealed proposals will be received at this
otfiee until TWO P.M ., MONDAY, APRtIL
TWENTY-NINTH, 1901. to furnish and place in
position. complete. twvo Water Tube Bollers of 250
H. P. each, rated capacity, fitted with smoke
consuminig furnaces. Plan and specifications with
blank forms for propotsals and all necessary infor
nmation will be furtisahed initending bidders on ap
plication to WM. M. MERIEDITIH, Director of
PitOPOSALS -U. S. DEPARtTMENT OF AGRI
culture, Oien of lbn Secretary, Washington. D. C.,
Aptril 2, 1901.---Sealed proposals will he received at
the otee of the Disbursing Clerk until 2 p.m.
Thursdlaf, May 2, 19011. fttr furnishing supplies
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902, as foti.
lows: Stationery, laboratory, lumber and packing
boxes, fuel and ice. painte-rs', p~lumbers', furniture
and map framies, forage, car seals. etc.. brooms,
brushes. etc., tlotwer pots, cleaning carpets and
washing totweis, telegraph and hardware, flags, in
strumetnts, towtera and lanterns, printing and lith
ographing material. wanste paper. Full information
furnished on application to the Disbursing Clerk
or the Weather Bureau. Bid~s must be sealed and
addressed to the Secretary of Agricultuire in accord
aneoe with instructions given on schedules. JAMES
WI LSON, Secretary. ap6. 13,20,27-my1
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, BUREAU OF EN
graving and Printing. Washington, D). C.. April 1,
1901~.-Svaled proposals will be received at this
office until 2 p.m. Monday, May 6, 1901, to fur
nish during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1901,
distinctive paper for postage stamps. The paper
must, in respect to composition, sizing, strength
and caletndering, he equlal to the paper now in use.
which can lhe seen at the Btureau of Engraving and
Printing. Blank forms with specifications for pro
pcaswl e furnished intending biddrrs on appli
cainto W. M. MEREDITH, Director of Bu
PRIOPOSALS FORt STATIONERY AND MISCEL
laneous Supplies. Department of Justice, Washing
ton. D. C., April 0, 1901.-Sealed proposals In dui
plicate for furnishing stationery and miscellaneous
suppilies for the Department of JTustice and for
the Unite.d States courts and judicial officers for
the fiscal year ending Jtine 30, 1902. wIll be re
ceived until 2 o'clock p.m.. May 2. 1901, and then
opened, those for the department including fuel,
e,. shoeltng. care of horses and the washing of
towels at the office of the chief clerk and those for
the United States Courts In the DivisIon of Ac
counts, both in the department building, No. 1435
K street northwest. Washington, D. C. Separate
proposals to be made for supplies for the depart
ment and those for the courts. Blank proposals and
othet information will be furnished upon applica
tion to the 3fihees named. The right to reject any
and all bids is reserved. J. K. RICHIARDS. Acting
Attorney Ge.neral. ap6,13,20,27
Dells for London Fire Engines.
Fronm the London Chronicle.
The familiar "i, yi, yi!" shout of the
London fire brigade will soon be a thing of
the past. Yesterday,- on the occasion of an
alarm in the East End, many of the steam
ers were provided with new alarm bells.
As they dashed along through the city one
heard the Innovation highly commended on
all sides, every one expressing the opinion
that it was a vast improvement on the
some what terror-inspiring yells of the fire
men. As for the latter, they, one and all,
hailed the bells with delight. This is scarce
ly to be wondered at. seeing that the men
particplarly if aufferinig from a cold or an
affection of the throat or chest-have be
come not only hoarse after an active day's
duty In consequence of shouting, but have.
In many Instances, seriously overstrained
their vocal chords besides.
A Produet of Rye.
From the Chicago Tribune.
"The first time I drank whisky," said
Colonel Tankes, "I suppose I made a. wry
face, but after awh'ile it grew on me."
T.e ..ye face?" rmplie the oter "Ahi
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE
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th)~ Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. samte
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id) Registered mails close at 8:00 A.M, same
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(k) lIegistered mails close at 8:00 P.M. previous
hip Registered malls close at 6:00 P.M. previous
ap2O JOHN A. ME.RRITT1. Postmaster.
From the Smart Set.
"Your medicine has helped me wonder
fully," she wrote to the patent medicine
house. "Three weeks ago I could not
spank the baby, and now I am able to
thrash my husband. God bless you!"
Client-"That little house you sent me
to see is In a most scandalous condition.
It is so damp that moss positIvely grows
on the walls." House Agent-"Well, isn't
moss good enough for you? What do you
expect at the rent-orchids?"'-Tit-Bits.
SNIP SH'OT OF GENERAL- KZIFed
ARCHERY TO BE REVIVED
LONDOW HAS ALREADY ADOPTED
THE MERRY SPORT.
Pieteresqueuess of the Goame Appeale
to Faddste-T,,ty Years 6ee it
Was Est 'Tlke t p.
From the l'bicsgo Chnmi. to.
It would be unwise to prophesy the end
of the golf craze-that is too far ahead and
altogether too uncertain. But it is safe to
say that archery is to be the next athletic
fad for society. Indeed, the coming of the
bow and arrow is already signaled from
the east, and when the height of the sea
son is reached London will be agog with
the new and ancient sport.
And when is it coming to Chicago? That
is the question. One asks it about town,
but no one seems to know. The country
clubs are not as yet interested in It and
the town organizations have not taken it
Early in the fall it was announced that
the Woman's Athletic Club would open an
archery gallery, but in the excitement of
bowling and rifle shooting it was forgotten.
"But we will start It in the fall." says
Mrs. Paulina Lyon, the club secretary,
"In the new club house, then?" one won
"Yes, in the new club house." is her an
swer. "We hope to have a fine gallery
for the shooting, and it is my opinion we
will be the first club in this country to
take it up. You know, it is the rage in
London. They say it will upset golf com
pletely. You know, it is a fascinating exer
cise, and so picturesque.
Pieturestmemese to a Feature.
Hearing this the golf enthustasC'will no
doubt laugh scornfully, as though nothing
could snatch his beloved game from him.
And that may be true, but the wise ones
will realize that the one word picturesque
will go a long way to make the new game
a favorite. Will anything which is pictur
esque fail to become a fad? It is impossi
ble. Golf is picturesque and it may be
played without soiling one's cloth. s, which
fact makes it possible for many peolle.
IBut compare it with archery and the result
will be quite clear. Archery will come off
victor. As a game giving opportunity for
display of grace and costume it is without
The painters of centuries ago recognized
this fact when they studied tit subjects for
their canvases. it was recognized by kings
and queens and petty princes and by mere
nobodies who could have friends and gar
den parties. It is doubtful what drove it
from popular favor unless the more seri
ous game of war kept it from the lists. It
came and went fro-n public service, appear
ing full tilt when healthy monarchs held
the throne and disappearing when cripples
Archery is like tennis in that it has come
out of fashion and gone in again more
times than could be fairly counted. When
ever it appears all other sports give way
to it. and no matter how short its stay it is
all-powerful while it lasts. Men and wo
men and children learn to wield the bow
and arrow and dream of bull's eyes and
archery prizes. There are archery picnics
and archery teas and archery halls and
other things archery, for the game loans
itself nicely to all social gatherings. It is
a game which may be played before break
fast or after dinner and it will entertain
any kind of a party of any kind of people
at any time.
Was Popular Thirty years Age.
It was thirty years ago that the game
was given its last airing and for the year
ran riot with popular fancy. When the
bows and arrows were again packed away
there were many old-fashioned people who
bemoaned their going. For the women,
who wore hoopskirts. no other game was
possible; base ball was not to be thought
of and tennis-well, no one was playing
tennis in those days. With the off season
of archery, however. came the on season of
tennis, which kept a fairly lively pace until
goif came along to relieve it.
And now, in spite of all the golf talk
which is going around, there is a noticeable
diminishing of interest in this red and green
game. There are the enthusiasts, to be sure,
and the people who are just learning the
game, but there are also many, many others
who have learned the game and played it
until it has become monotonous. From the
ranks of these last will come the first arch
ers and by them the game will be intro
duced at the Country Club, which, being
now all golf, will as quickly become au
Not that the green field with its red flags
and sand piles will be entirely deserted, but
that the throng about the club house, which
is always of the most fashionable, will find
charming entertainment close at hand. The
"gallery" which one reads about will be
come even smaller than it is now, and there
will be still fewer instances of "going the
round" with golfers.
What Archery t Like.
Every one knows what archery is. It I
not necessary to describe the game, which,
indeed, has very little game to it. Gives the
targets in a row at one, end of the gallery
and the archers in a row at the other and
it becomes a simple case of hitting the bull's
eye. It is not a slow or tedious contest, al
though, as there are always a large number
of contestants and as the game is played
piff in sets, it often continues several days,
T he charm of the contest lies in the grace
with which the bows and arrows are han
dled and in the precision and strength of
Just what has called archery to publie
attention for this particular year Is difficult
to say. By some people who should know
it is attributed to a return of the romantic
in literature and upon the stage, and there
are others who insist it is merely the turn
ing of the cycle of sports. However that
may be, here it is, in company with under
sleev'e and chenille of forty years ago,
and, although it has not yet come to Amer
ica, it is Inevitably coming, and the golf
enthusiasts may as well make the best of
it, for while it lasts archery will be su
From the 4 'icago News.
First M. D.-"I see you occasionally tabe
a patient out for a drive."
Second M. D.-"Yes. I think it does them
a great deal of good."
First MI. D.-"But It isn't professionals K
never do it."~
Second M. D.-"T know you don't. Whem
any of your patients go for a ride the une
dertaker accompanies them."
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