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FALE-I AE- 4Wt
.nar Heim es ttmtba read near 12th
It. very desirale lotb at $1.00 pr. sq. foot.
is Meridian HL several corners. atitable Le
tesbdiviso at'low prices.
THE McLACHii l. E. IWAN CO.,
ef19-St 10th and - sts. n.W.
ORIL SAL.--A VALUABLE S Q U ARE OF
ground. southwest, on line of R. B. Inquire
WKSCoTT. WILCOX & HIESTON,
it 142D F Ut. n.w.
R SALD--OME BEAUTIFULLY SETUATED
int In Petworth additie to Washingts, at C.
to 3c. per foot; call for Plato and information.
it WM. H. SAUNDIRS 0., 1407 F it. n.w.
FOR SALE -0'S IN HO.lMAD'S SUB OF MT.
Pleasant: in the midst of ose improvements now
going on at 35c. per foot. This property offers
opportunities unsurpased by asg section at the
price. C'all and see us and we can convince you.
It W.1. Hi. SAUNDERS & 00.. 140? F at. n.W.
FOR SALE BEST LOCATEDI LOTS ON
BALTI5irltE ST.. west of Columbia road; con
venlent to both car lines; beautiful location, sur
rounded by handsome residences ce low.
se20-St R. W. WALKER & N, 1006 F.
FOR SALE ONLY 35c. PER FOOT FOR LOT IN
Holmead Manor, one square from 11th It. car
line extension; adjoining lets held at 50e.
se20-3t 't. W. WALKER & SON, 1006 F.
FOR SALE GIEAT BARGAIN FOR PROMPT
buyer; lot 20x100; N. Y. ave. near N. J. ave.;
most be sold. Submit offer. OWNER, ill
French at. n.w. it*
kOR SALE EtXCEIJENT LOCATION FOR ARMY
or navy oflicer's residence; splendid lot near 18th
and ' st.: sae. 24a95 to alley: trice and terms
- natsfact.y. Fine lots in Mr. Pleasant near ex
tension of t.nn. eve. car line. Oc. sq. ft.
se20-3t WALTER A. BROWN. 1423 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE LtrrS ON COLUMBIA ItOAD NEAR
Conn. ave.; some of the finest in the city; only
100 f.et d,e "p; a bargain if sold at once.
se2tt-tf JOHN SHERMAN. 610 14th at.
FOR SALE- CORNER LOT, 150.15u, LOCATED
opposite Hearst School. on Tenleytown road;
most elegant location for home; 60c. per foot;
make offer; owner, non-resident, most sell.
it* L. WALTER WEED, 800 13th at. n.w.
FOR SALE BUILdERS AND INVESTORS, AT
tention! Corner lot. 50s112 feet, within few
steps of lth and Kenyon ats., Columbia Hgts.
Owner willing to sacrifice if sold immediately.
Offer wanted FRANK T. RAWLINGS.
1506 Pa. ave.
Real Estate, Loans and Ins. se20-3t
FOR SALE BY F. H. SMITH CO., BOND BLDG.
A fine corner on 11th at. ext'd, Holmead; 160
ft., south front, by 100 deep on 11th; 10 good
lots. Pricre................................ We.
100x130 ft. on Whitney ave., adjoining the eor
ner 13th St.; go out and see the improvements
looing on; lita at. now open for travel and
13.5)0 for liproving Whitney and N. H. ayes.
2 20-ft. lots on Baltimore It., Wash. Hghts..
bet. Col. road and 19th; 16-ft. alley,.......$1.30
LOOK AT THIS.
A fine little lot Iq Holmead Manor overlooking
tle oint at the intersection of 9th and N. H.
ave.. practically on the avenue; 48x115 ft..*2.100
C. 1. IRICE. Real Estate Department,
Se19-3t 1408 N..Y. ave., Bond bldg.
THE WALBRIDGE b
SI'BDIVISION OF INGLESIDE.
The speedy completion of the extension of
the JIETHOPOLITAN RAILROAD to Park
at.. Mount Pleasant, OPENS TO SALE the
choicest subdivision of the northwest; bound
ed north and west by the N A T I 0 N A L
PARIS: lust two miles directly north of the
WHITE iOUSE; over 100 feet higher than
the city, on the Mount Pleasant plateau;
SFWEIt. WATER AND GAS; TWENTY
FEET OF PARKING AND ALLEYS FREE;
new grante curb; cement sidewalks; blue
trat-ro,k roadway, cooler and superior to
asphalt: sure to increase in value as soon as
railroad is running; trees furnished for plant
ing: cnll for ,lat and inspect this ground be
fore looking elsewhere; lots will be sold to
suit purchasers and easy terms made to par
ties who will build.
TWO SPLENDIDLY BUILT STONE AND
CEMENT HOUSES, S E M1 I-DETACHED.
TWENTY.FIVE FEET WIDE. for SALE on
this property; twelve rooms each; steam heati
tiled bath; iak finished; Georgia pine floors;
17-inch walls; built specially for coolness in
summer and warmth in winter; airy; side
light and ventilation. These houses will be
sold below cost to select parties who can in
duce othe-s to build. Easy terms will be
FOR PLATS and particulars spply to B. P.
MIMMACK. Attorney and Exclusive Agent,
No. 1410 tI st. n.W. se19-6t
OR SALE-BARGAINS! CENTRAL LOT, 22%x
S. 12th near R, $2,000; lot. 23x100, next cor. N.
C. ave. and 11th s.e., $2.000; 3 lots, 50x115, Oth
near Mass. ave. n.e., 110 eta. sq. ft.; lot. 21'x
445. sIde and rear alley, U near 13th, $1.25 sq.
. lot, fronts S. C. ave., 10th and D sts., 8,800
sq. ft.. 70 cts. Want offers.
se19-3 WI. F. HOLTZMAN. 1821 F n.w.
OR SALE-YOU WILL REGRET IT IF YOU
buy real estate elsewhere without firat investigat
ing the merits of North Columbia Heights, located
near Mount Pleasant. Drop postal, telephone or
call for new 16-psge Illustrated "booklet" and
How to be your own landlord with $100 cash and
$20 munfhly. Carriage free to see the property.
FILrON R. GORDON
Telephone Main 598-I. 704 i4th st. n.w.
OR SALE- SNAP!!
8 lots. each 161861; side and rear alley; 1 square
from 14th and G ats. n.e. Price, $1,100-4200
cash, bal. $9.50 per month, including interest;
no charge for papers. PAUL F. GROVE.
se17-4t* 1437 U at. n.w.
Oft SALE- QUIrK LOSS ON REAL ESTATE.
North ('olumhia Heights--Lot 19, block 4, is of
fered for 315t loss; have paid $867.47 to the sale
agent; will take $715. Lawyers look into this.
Address Btox 23, Star oflice. sel5-6t"
'OR SALE- LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
IN ALL SECTIONS.
YOr'LL SAVE TIME AND MONEY
BY GETTING OUR LIST.
IN TIlE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS
ON COLI'IIBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 and 808 F at. n.w.
IOR SALE OR RENT-7-ROOM HOUSE NEAR
Chevy Chase Lake, on line of Chevy Chase and
Kensington Ry.; 200 feet from cars; high ground;
furnace and o,pen fireplaces; hot and cold water:
welin dooryard; grounds thoroughly im roved;
choice fruis and flowers. Address '. C.
BOWEN. Chevy Uhase Lake, Mid. se19-3t*
b'OR SA LE-- BEA UTIFUL HOME. 12 ROOMS AND
bath, all elegantly finished; lot 501150; fruIt and
shde; 2 minutea' walk from City and Suburban
oars. To close estate, no reasonable of'er refused.
Home open Sunday. OWNER, 12th and Austin
ets.. Brookland. D. C. It
DORt SALE--AT CONSIDERABLE SACRIFICE IF
taken soon: owner cannot hold; modern ten-room
e house, Hysttsville; water, furnace;- large lot:
high ground near station. Box 177, Star odce.1*
N'OR SALFE--LAT ON FLINT ST., BRIGHTWOOD
Park, at about the assessed value. This Is a very
fine chance to locate a borne sits.
WM. W. HERRON,
it 014 18th st. n.w.
Fmne 9-room new honse, wIth half acre of
ron.in desirable suburb; easy terms.
FOR SALE-27% acres in splendidl cultIvation
EA TITIFUL SILVER SPRINGS,
20 mInutes' ride of the city, with IMROE
SIENTS. .eansisting of 10-room house and
~ath: also large barn; large orchard. CHEAP,
FOR SA LE--9-room dwelling, 10 acres; easy
acce-ss of the city and electric cars; fine ele
vation; aituated In a beautIful grove; good
terms. Reasonable at $7,000.
FOIR SALE. -172%~ ACRESA, with substantial
house, barn anid outhuildings.
Great bargain farm. Price, $4,000.
FOB SALE-OR RENT.-Reantiful homes In
We are building all the time. We are head
quarters for suburban and farm properties In
A desIrable suburban home for the sma1l
home buyer; 7-room house; % acre ground.
It MARTIN BRS., 125 Pa. ave n.w.
5OR SALE--t'vnMPLETE NEW HOUSES, WITH
mod. Iiprevemnents. at
Send for list.Tao .
1t MA RTIN BROS. 1925 Pa. ave. n.w.
30ORENT- - FURNISHED OR UNFPURNIHI.
At rookland-An attractive ten-room house'
~ueplumbing; coal and gas ranges' furnace and
Ots,freplaces; large grounds; aeb and cUr
raehouse. GiRAE M. THOMAS. 1t*
10 RENT-BROOKLA ND! BROOKLANDI 1322
Slet ; 7-roomo cottage; city water. Price. $18.
-C. W A RING, 1114 0 n.y. se0-8t*
903 SALE-AT BROOK LAND-A BARGAIN
1cash-480 MONTHLY, INCLUDING INTER
- ie7-room hon~large corner lot.
ad-St R. W. WALKER& SON, 1006 F at.
FOR SALE-AT NORTH OHEVY CHASE
Nice, ONLY $3,250.
Ce is -romn house, furnace, rang n l
-med larg lot; beautiful locaion electi
as80st R W.WALKER & SON, 1006 F at.
FOR SAL-gUBU RBAN HOMES
BRIGHTWOOD PARK AND BROOKLAND
TERLMS TO SUIT PUR AASER.
tat stble le Ox; Boo. lan;city wa
Tr. cottage, 9th at. mear Fliat, jmg
Nut: ia tboesq ers in ad oinmt:ag let
$3,2.6. A 3 . WOOo. U S 9th t 1w. Ik
TLEABE, BY A TKODOUGifLYag.
5C5itenDty ;gv teresa aDd
WET-HOUSE OF 5 3Og8,A Cg
band Pat: Large gweend, A. L ATOU3
elles bem eity; ewsemset in steam aselsw
em; beth tee. hat ad cold wat; Shess
heat tatmhen- mns mea.
BUT A COUNTRY NOW TEU E1 W
ANY IDEA 1' Q iG.
$msf properties ar ears are a t ev
every day., and there wiII be little e
seearn anytha desirable nest Iasi
It you buy now you "a mak esreal
for negt year's work.
If you put 1[ boying sattlo t ptgg you wi lo
a rear's 'alable time,
Do not procrastinate in the matter. Get a 11
tie home in the country and start in the poultr
There Is no occupation you could engage in thi
pay. so well and anybody can make a seem
IDEAL COUNTRY HOME ON ROCK CREEK.
20 acres rich land; 30 min. ride; ceavenient I
steam and electric; in most picturesque am
healthful section of Montgomery county; sight]
elevation of 500 ft.; l0-rm. house, convenient]
arranged; handsomely papered; wide rose-covere
porch: cellar; attlc; grand forest shads; 2 rf
mantic streams' chok-. bit of woodland; nave:
failing spring; dairy; ice house; stable; carrig
house: hayshed; several try houses; 10 acre
In poultry netting. nothing aroun
Washingteon that can compare with this place I
desirability or attractiveness. If looking ft
home neasessing every rural charm, here it i1
GREAT BARGAIN ON CONGRESS HEIGHTS.
7-rm. beuse; 2 porches; 2 halls; open stall
case; painted and papered in Arat-class mannel
. marble mantels; stable; heanery; well with ae
force pump; shade; fruit; $1,700; cost muc
more: owner, about to locate elsewhere, will se
at sacrifice; close to cars.
CHEAPEST HOMES AROUND WASHINGTON
Attractive 7-rm. house; latrobes; range; stable
fenced: splendid condition; good water; nee
cars: eost over $1,500; $1,000 now for quick sal4
Dwelling; % acre ground: convenient to steal
and electric: less than 4 miles from Wilite House
$00; $200 cash; 2 deposit will secure it.
Acre ground; new 7-rm. house; well locate
within 150 yards of electric railroad In Marl
laud. 9 miles out; prettiest shade you ever san
some fruit, best of water and a' garden that car
not be beat; prompt purehaser can get this 11ttl
home for $700, $200 down, balance $10 per mo.
8-rm. house; hardwood finish; latrobe; lar
barn: about acre ground; good water; luxurioa
shade: lovely hedge fence; close to suburba
electric. near Berwyn; $1.200; rented $96 pt
year; good investment; cost $2,000 to build.
FINE SUBURBAN HOME SACRIFICED.
Well-built 6-rm. house; attic; concreted cellai
furnace; handsomely papered; shrubbery; fruil
vines; roses; large lot; one of the prettiee
places in Brentwood; be. fare; $2,500.
HOMES FOR GENTEEL COLORED PEOPLI
We have several very cheap homes that w
can sell to colored people. Come and see us.
20 MILES FROM CENTER MARKET.
100 acres richest kind of grazing land; dwel:
ing; barn; corn house; -other outbuildings; bol
spring: One stream; large orchard; winesap an
other apples; on this farm is a rich deposit c
iron ore. which, if developed, would make foi
tune for owner; close to railroad and very desil
able; will double in 'value in five years; $2,500.
PINE . WOODLAND FARM GIVEN AWAY.
150 acres on Potomac; $1.000 worth of woo
cAn be sold: land when cleared would mak
olendid grazing farm; good beach; big inves1
ment bargain. Price, $650.
SOMETHING CHOICE NEAR SILVER SPRINGI
10 acres; beantifully located; commanding elf
vation (350 feet); shade; excellent land; elegan
neighborhood; nothing more desirable in Moni
gomery county. We commend this place cape
cially to any one wanting a suburban home cot
venient to the city at a moderate price. $1,50
is all we ask for it. It is worth much more.
A BARGAIN NEAR HYATTSVILLE.
2 acres: 6-rm. house; cellar; stable; carriag
house: hen house; pump house; fruit of all kind
in hearing: spring; all fenced; 10 min. from elec
tric; $1,750. A superior little farm.
SOME CHEAP NEAR-BY PLACES.
12 acres. % mile Congress Heights; choice loce
tion: dwelling; barn; nice shade; good water
$1.200. Cheap for so desirable a place.
11 acres; dwelling; outbuildings; fruit; shade
2% miles from Congress Heights; make lovel,
home; g1.800. Nothing finer for trucking.
21% acres; 51- miles from city; near Oxo
Hill: dwelling; shade; some fruit: partly fenced
barn; spring; running stream; $1,200.
BIINESS ALL THROUGH.
25 acres; 6-rm. dwelling; cellar; barn; stable
corn house; poultry house; well fenced wit
wire; shade of oaks; 2 acres strawberries; I
acre asparagus; apples, pears, peaches, plums
damsons: all kinds small fruit; 8 acres wood
good water: 12 miles out, near cars; $1,500 I
sold in 30 days.
CHOICE LITTLE GARDEN FARM FOR $850.
5% acres rich land; new house; stable- het
nery; spring; branch; lessee makes good livini
and will lease again for 5 years for $300;
speculative bargain; house Insured for $500
within easy driving distance of Center Market.
PRETTY LITTLE HOME.
2% acres; easy access steam and electric
handsome cottage; several good outbuildings
fruit; magnificent grove; grand view city; $1,50(
No matter what you want in the way of cit
or country property, come to us. We have wha
you are looking for. If you' have anything to sel
we can find a purchaser. People waiting t
buy. SOULE a CO., Bank Washington bldg.
FOR SALE-HIGHEST POINT TAKOMA PARE
D. C.-New cottage; 6 rooms and bath; hot an<
cold water; acre of ground; grove large trees
adjacent two car lines; delightful situation. Ad
dress Box 1i6. Star offce. 1t*
FOR SALE-LARGE BUILDING LOTS ON ELEC
tric railroad; 5-cent fare from Washington; $1
down and $1 per week; price, $100 per lot; 10 pe
cent off for cash. Also 6-room house, stable ani
one acre rich land; $1,400 cash. Also small an
large farms for sale. JAMES E. CLEMENTS
1406 G at. n.w. se19-6t*
FOR SALFE-IN IILOOMINGDALE SECTION--1
very attractive buff brick; 2 stories and cellar
6 very good rooms and modern bath; cabine
mantels; open fireplaces: papered. Price onl;
$3.500. Terms easy. FRED W. REEVES, 61
14th n.w. sel9-2t*
FOR SALE-OR RENT-10R. HOUSE; ORCHARD
1% acres; near City Sub. and B. and O. R.It.
fine water; rent for winter, $14. Call 600 Md
ave. n.e. se19-3t*
FOR SALE-BRIGHTWOOD PARK. FINE 6-ROO3
dwelling; lot 25x150; small cash payment, bal
ace to suit; cheap at $2,350. GASCH BROS,
1307 F st. n.w. se19-St
MONEY MAKER; 50 PER CENT PROFIT; FAS'I
selling positive household necessity; ready ft
sale to Grand Army Republic and to thousand
who will be here; goods ready for delivery; fc
sale or exchange for unincumbered lot or sul
urban place. Address Box 111, Star ofiice.se18-3
A DELIGHTFUL HOMB IN
The situation is one of the heat IN TIl
BEAUTIFUL SUBURB; 9-rm. house and baill
MARTIN BROS., Headquarters for Kenalngtoi
and Maryland Property, 1925 Pa. ave. mel8-11
FOR SALF,-92,166 SQUARE FEET OF GROUN]
AT TAKOMA PARK at a sacrifice to 1mme
diate purchaser. Suitable for subdIvision; front
8 streets and c;rs pass around it. Owner mu.
leave city on a,ccount of bad health.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO. (Inc.),
e18-St 1414 P at. n.w.
YOU WILL REGRET IT IF XOU BUY REAL E5
tate elsewhere without Arst investigain fth
AneaIts of North Columbia Heights, locate nea
iount Pleasant. Dtrop postal, telephone or cal
for new 16-page illustrated ''booklet"' and Hoi
to be your own landlord with $100 cash and $2
monthly. Carriage free to see the priperty.
FULTOQN t. GIORDON,
Telephone Main 598-M. 704 14th at. n.w.
A RARE BARGAIN. AT BROOKLAND; ONL'
$2.800; 8 rooms and bath; lot 35x150; pear car
and school; easy terms.
ee17-6t* GRACM M. THOMAS. Corcoran bldg.
Houses and lots for sale--the best and cheapes
In the District, Visit the park and call at ou
eell-tf JOHN SHERMAN, 610 14th at.
One beautiful five-acre lot in the District f0
gale, Will bring double peet price- hn th
near future. Nice cottage hue, $1,200 up.
Dr. A. H. ALDERMAN,
006 F at. n.w., second dloor.
Hours: 7:SQ to 9l a.m. and 4 to 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE-LOT ON U.rOn RAILWAY, JUST E
y ond Georgetown; 20 feet front; beautiful loes
tIon; will sell on monthly pyments, without is
terest. CLARK BROS., 133 F at. n.w. sek-it,
Desirable lot.. $110 5p,
PlEa alt.. fana$50 Get booslet et
$g.-t 03O. R- 615 14th 5t. sw.
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER PLaT
We make aarncialty of detaIl plans a
speeGestonsfor o tins*also In
Steel Structuree, enatems, Ac. W. i. UPTOl
CO., giness. W. IL A Trust bId. 'Phone K. 1736
TEWru WITHOUT PLAT!E8 M iCOMPOft2
. 12th at. n,
-U. S. Dental Associations
Cor. 7t Ss ~N.W.
Osehe Eat eppeaiteWash L.
tI ton-Arma Sdiool
--nna aosratw. s j
s NVENINGDr IN DOJEAliITH CI,
y erns; tioeu - 1 1 9th st. Lw. Its
SENORITA TAC SPANI. (IAS OR PRI
mae las..e. ht.d.. 14'd Fhr4 ave. n.w. It
MRS. X. I. WALDnr TRAiR IN IN
strumental and vocal masie; method quick snd
thorough; terms, $12 per gaurter. Ste>o. -260
K a.w. 21 yeans sucestul esperieec.
- O. 4 STH ST. .E. RUGP1miS OCT. 1
- Thorough individual instraetion gad reSned coi
as204t*-6 paaenship gesantoed.
I LATIN, GREr. MATHEMATICS, IVTYOM
I Bookkeepiag candidates prepared for college.
r Adnalls, West Point. civil service and other
. exams. Prof. F. A. SPRINGER, 516 Spruce st.
OTTO TORNEY SIMON,
THE ART OF SINGING,
STUDIO, SANDERS & STAYMANS.
h se20-26t*-5 AND 1720 P ST.
I WANTED-SELECTr PRIVATE OLAS?t TEN- PU
pils, ages three to twelve; refs.; iy In charge,
successful eol.ege and public school. principal.
furnishing highest testimonials; kindergarten as
sistant; methods thorough, prorees ive best ap
Stad roresof each p pi; car$10
monthly xtra if coach is sent daily torpopl";
location, best central northwest. Address Boi
173, Star ofdce. .It*
ULEMENS SCHOOL OF PRA.TICAL SPANISH
AND TRANSLATION BUREAU,
1234 I at. n.w., opp. Franklin Square; near three
e car lines. Special attention given to preparing stu
dents for government service and business position
in Spanish-speak ing countries. Also Enaglish and
a French classes. Hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. from
Oct. 1. 1t*
r MRS. MARY CLEMONS LAKE,
Elocution, Physical Culture, Dramatic Art.
se20-26t* 905 M st. n.w.
$25 A YEAR-DAY OR NIGHT SESSION.
TYPE WRiTING, Ac.
CAR1FUL INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Cor. of i4th and Yale Sts. N.W.
I E & DAY C1800L
For Girls and Young Ladies.
Session Begins Oct. 1.
Mr.O. Lawrence O sOh
Methods of European Masters. SUCCESS ASSURED.
In Concert, Church or Opera. Trial gratis. se13-7t*
TELEGRAPHY: INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION;
satisfaction guaranteed; day and night; terms
reasonable. Call Mrs. GLASS, 008 14th st.. 3d
WILLIAM EDWARD TODD, Jr., INSTRUCTOR
of the mandolin, banjo and guitar; instructor to
the Y. M. C. A.. Washington College, Stuart
School and Dupont Seminary; limited number of
students. The "Todd Series" of Concerts. 1327
F at. n.w. se2O-20t,5
; ATHO Un UNVERSNTY
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Will open Tuesday, October 7. 1902.
T HE FACUILTY FPWL?e1Pil N
Offers Graduate Courses in Philosophy, Letters,
and the Physical, Biological and Social Sciences,
- leading to the degree of Ph.D. For particulars ad
dress Prof. Maurice F. Egan, Dean, 212 N. Cap. st.
THE FACULTY OF LAW
Offers Graduate Courses in Law and Jurisprudence,
leading to the degrees of J. D., D. C. L., J. C. D.
and LL.D. For particulars inquire of Prof. Will
tiam C. Robinson, Dean, 7 B at. n.w.
SCHOOL FTH E
Offers Courses in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical
Engineering, leading to the degrees of C. E., M. E.
and E. E. For particulars address Prof. Daniel W.
Shea, Director, at the University.
sel6-tu th,e, lm,42
No shade, no position. Half time of other sys
tems. Recnrd, 225 nords per minute. Business
Practice method of Bookkeeping. Managers have
had 35 years' experience as teachers and account
- ants. More rooms leased. Enter now.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
au21-th,s&tu-16t* 1425 New York ave.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Day School for Girls,
I734 I st.
WILL REOPEN OCTOBER 13TH, 1902.
MLLE. DUVANEL of Paris
has been engaged as Associate Principal, and
French is tobe the language of the school.
PIANO, VOICE AND HARMONY.
CLASSES IN SIGHT SINGING.
se18-s-4t* Studio 1121 Vermont ave.
TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY,
913 New York Ave.
Medical and Den':al
A four years' course in Medicine. A three years'
a course in Dentistry. Entrance examination Friday,
Se. 26, 1902, at 8 O'clock p.m. Session will he
gnMonday, Oct. 6, 1902, at 8 o'clock p.m., with
an introuctr lectur by Prof. D. Olin Leeph,M.D.
H. H. BARKER, M.D.,'1116 H at. n.w.,
Dean of the Medical Department,
Or 3. R. WAIJrON, D.D.S., 700 10th at. n.w.,
sel9-18t Dean of the Dental Department.
MISS IDA M4. HAYES
WILL OPEN A SCHOOL FOR FANCY DANCING
Saturday, October 4, 1902, 2 p.m.,
At 107 1 st. n.w. Circular upon application, se19-3*
, Architectural Drawing.
Lessens on prictical office work byan experienced
archtetul dragtmn; evening class. .
PRIVATE TUTORING BY EXPERIlENCED
colleg; assst ppl needing idivduinastruc-r
tion. Address Box 116. Star oEee. s-1m'
es Pont and the Nava Acae SPCAL
and INDIVIDUAL attention gvn'to tioys. For
circular.sad testimonials addeapostal card to
Dr 5. W. MURPHY, -A.M., 1310 1 street a.w.
FRENCH, German, SPANISH, etc.
Method awarded two gold and two silver medals
at".h4"aCEp.o"it"io f .."* auhor*** -
BERLITZ M or pa
vats. htahlbs ini.oe
Ladles* Physical Culture
ela-s wil osaaOA OI nwrnm GYM
NASIUM en 4:0 MA...
SC iAM F LAW.
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jy. Tum.A .aggggMs ... ,..
Presldnet Of the
GEORGE it. SAMILTOE,(A
Deanf -the Acs4 Lettnrr n geatamimtar
Law. Geeal and Legal tbis.
BON. M A MOW8U
(Associate JustOicRtDert of - of - Dls
Icturer on the HIStOry of the 'Development of
(AI-enla*e Justice. 0ARtof pneals Dat the Di
trict of Colune,
Leturer on Law, the Law of Co
porations and zifr J mftw% and the
History of OostUtion Law - and the
Pudtions of Civil Urty.
HON CHALES C. COLb L.D
(Late Assodrate 8ome onrt of the Dia
Proessor in Cherge et Fourth Iear Course and
Lecturer on Railriad Accident Law; Municipal
Corporations; J9rtadiction of United "ttes
Courts; C of Jurladictions and
HON. NARRY-M. CL,.AUGH
(Associate Ju dieL 8npre Cort of the District
Lecturer on Commn w Pleading and Practice
and Egeitlt Pleading and Practice.
HON. ASHLEY-h. GOULD
(U. S. Attorney for the District of ol ia
Lecturer on the Law of Contracts, Criminal Law
and Domestic Relations.
REV. REE- HOLAIND, S. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law and Canon Law.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS, A. B., LL. B..
Lecturer on the Law of Tortsand egotiable Paper.
MICHAEL J. COLBERT. A. M., LL. I.,
Lecturer on the Law of Personal property.
D. W. BAKER, A. M. LI.. .
Judge of the Circuit Court and Iecturer on the
Law of Real Estate and the Law of Evidence.
J. NOTA McGILL, LL. M.,
Lecturer on Probate Practice and Patent Law.
ADDITIONAL LECTURERS IN POST-GRADUATE
HON. HO ES CONRAD
(Late Solicitor General of the United States),
On the Histo of English Law.
MUNROE MITH, LL. D.
(Professor in the School of Political Science of Co
lumbia University, New York city),
On Civl Law.
HON. LOUIS E. McCOMAS, LL. D.
(Late Associate Jottce, Supreme Cdurt of the
District of Columbia),
On -International Law and Foreign Relations af
the United States.
HON. GEOGE M. SHARP L. D.
(Associate Judge of the Supreme hench of Balti
On thd' aw of Insurance.
RALEIG C. MINOR, LL. D.
(Professor of Iaw in University of Virginia),
On the Conflict of Laws.
WILLIAM a. WOODWARD, M. D., LL M..
On Medical Jurisprudence.
Court of Appeals: HON. JOB BARNARD and
Messrs. LEIGH. ROBINSON and J. HOLDS
Clerk of Courts: HENRY W. HODGES. LL. M.
Examiners: Messrs. J. ALTHEUS JOHNSON and
HENRY W. SOBON.
Quiz Masters: R. ROSS PERRY, Jr.. A. U.,
LI. M.. and E- RICHARD SHIPP, 'L. M.
SAMUEL M. YEATMAN. A. M.,
Secr.tary and Treasurer.
HENRY W. HODGES, LL. M.,
The thirty-third annual session opens o. WED
NESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1902, at 6:30 P.M., in
the Law School building. Nos. 506 and 508 E at.
n.w.. at which time announcements will be made
for the ensuing term. All interested are cordially
invited to be present.
The Secretary wil be at his offee in the law
building daily fro 6 to 7 P.M., for information,
enrollment. paymen of fees. etc.
Students propoink to connect themselves with
the school are earnestly requested to enroll before
the opening night.
Circulars can be bbtained at the book store of
W. H. Morrison Soi. 1423 F at. n.w.; Lowder
milk & Co.. 14240F'st. n.w., and John Byrne &
Co.. 1322 F st. um.. and at the W. S. Thompson
Pharmacy. 703 15h st. n.w., or upon application
to the undersigned. ,1
se13-Sw ", S. M. YEATMAN.
School of Medicine.
Lectures will bbga,'Wednesday, October 1, at
1:30 p.m. Exami&tiorqs September 29 at 9 o'clock.
As the demands of a modern medical education are
very exacting, aff exdrcises are given during the
4ay. The Univerkity "oospital in connection with
other' City and iovetnment Hospitals will give
ample facilities f nstyuetion in ward classes.
Address for pasiquiAnrs the Dean, GEORGE I.
KOBER, M.D., 1'42 g Street N.W. Telephone
Main 682-M. c,.
Lectures will ,1) W&nesday, October 1. Cata
logues and information may be obtained from the
Dean, W. N. .COGA,N, D.D.S., The Sherman, 15th
and L Sts. N.W., or 920 H St. N.W. se17-11t-28
REGULAR DAY COURSES as usual. NIGHT
COURSE announcements now eady. School year
opens in October.
RALSTON UNIVERSITY OF EXPRESSION,
sel0-tf.10 1223 to 1231 G et. n.w.
WALTER T. HOLT,
MANDOLIN. BANJo AND GUITAR.
Club rehearsals to pupils free.
au30-s.tu.th-12t* StudIo, 717 11th at. n.w.
Eleven Hundred MSt.N.W.
Twenty-eighth year begins
For information apply to
Elizabeth J. Somers,
Adella Gates liensley,
(Girls and Young Women),
3d and T Streets N. E.,
OPENS OCTOBER- 2.
Regular and Special Courses.
1438 N. Street.
The Misseg Kel*s Home School for Girls.
se520. ALL TERM OCTOBER I.
SCHOGL POR GIRLS
School for Girls
French te house. Arrangements
may be made ornana h
SL5I. L. BOULIGNY, Principal.
CoierMsss~g~ av and 11hstreet.
thil n yeiwa pn cobr1 9
She Mi y,5a a Scoo
SLImM. as sa as., Slut lad ab.)
" An eamE s.ed
to r Samoan BUSL
est eleg 9,
Ir. anr lit. A. Q. m A1LWO , ?del.an
H. AAm . L
The Ualieraity ..a.a>sr s.4 with
)etter Itasa tha* e hss.; ea
piet. .dgra se,. .te ..d r- d
warse. t stmd ass. m as ees.
UNIMM -M - E ad 15th Itweeb,
The hems et the 4.It the Deteatid o School
tad the ehssi et Gan ats studs.
IAW LECTURE HAt., 31420 H treet. -
The. heme f the Law laehd and the Subset af
SED a. a IAL, D 1l H St.
The lemn et the Yd gehesl a. of the
THE DNIViaEiTY HOSPITAL. 1335 H Street.
Classical course. 1ea to the degree of Baeb
dor of Arts,
Scientific course, leading to the degree of Bach
dor of Science.
Many electives; well-equipped laboratories. Prop
irly qualified students are admitted to special
Entrance examinations will be held September
10 to 24.
Graduates of the Washington High Schools and
if other accredited schools admitted without ex
Casses meet in the daytime and are open to
loth men and women. session begins Wednesday,
leptember 24, at 9 a.m.
CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL.
H. L. HODOKINS, PH.D.. DEAN.
Instruction is offered in twenty-four departments,
"omprislng one hundred and ninety-three topics.
iifteen distinct courses lead to the degree of
achelor of Science, including course. in general
cience, clvil, mechanical and electrical engineer
ng. chemistry, meteorology, :eology, architecture.
conomics, library science, language and literature.
shics, mathematics and biology.
Properly qualified men and women are admitted
is candidates for degrees or as special students.
Session begins Wednesday September 24. at
TheDean will be in his office in University HaH
lally until 6 p.m.
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES.
CHARLES E. MUNROE, PH.D., DEAN.
Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts,
tiaster of Science. Civil Eogineer, Electrical En
gineer, Mechanical Engineer, and Doctor of Phil
sophy are open to men and to women who hold
he necessary preliminary degrees.
Session begins September 24, at 4:30 p.m.
CHARLES W. NEEDHAM, LL.D.. DEAN.
A three years' course leading to the degree of
Sachelor of Laws, and a special course of one
rear in Patent Law, leading to the degree of Mae
:er of Patent Law.
The secretary will be present in the Law Lee
:ure Hall daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Session begins September 20. at 4:30 p.m.
Lectures from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m.
ICHOOL OF COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE
CHARLES W. NEEDHAM. LL.D. DEAN.
Offers training in higher legal knowledge and in
he history, science and practice of Diplomacy, in
'ourses leading to the degrees of Master of Laws,
&aster of Diplomacy and Doctor of Civil Law.
The secretary will be present In- the Law Lecture
lall daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Session begins September 30. at 4:30 p.m.
Lectures from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m.
EMIL A. DE SCHWEINITZ, 'H.D., M.D., DEAN.
Session begins October 1, at 8 p.m. Daily lee
ures thereafter at 5:30 p.m. The best facilities
or laboratory and elinical work will be afforded in
he New Buildings for the hospital and the Medi
ral School. -The University Hospital is located at
[335 H street northwest. Fall examinations on
eptember 20. For further particulars address the
lean. 1335 H street northwest.
J. HALL LEWIS, DD.S.. DEAN.
Session begins October 1, at 8 p.m. The free
lental infirmary opns October 4, at 1 p.m. Fall
maminations on Sptember 29. For further in
'ormation address the dean. 1023 Vermont avenue.
Catalogues, giving the courses of study, terms,
he., can be obtained on application, personally or
y letter, to
CHARLES W. HOLMES, Registrar,
se6-Im S.E. cor. H and 15th sts.
Practical two years' course, lead
ing to degree of Bachelor of Laws.
Post-graduate course of one year,
eading to degree of Master of Laws.
For catalog apply to
C. F. CARUSI, Secy.,
'Phone E. 68.
Opens WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, at 8:30 p.m., when
innouncements will be made. se3-26t-56
914 14th St.
Chsa. B. Toeng, A.M., Ph.D., Principal'an
lelect Classical and Scientific School for Young
Men and Boys.
Begins its 51st year September 24.
Prepare. for the Universities, Colleges, West
~olnt and Annapolis for Commissions in the Army
ad Navy, and for ~Business
ecildepartment for boys from eight to taelve
Sudents have pilg of the Y. M. C. A. Gym
For information address
GEO. H. SENINER. B. S.,
le6-tf-.24 AssocIate Principal and Head Master.
Elis Katie V. Wilson Vocal
Miss Wilson has resnmed her lessons for the sea
on Sinlo 1829 10th at. n.w. 'Phone, Main 2761-A.
E)RAFTSMEN! Evening leos in
iraine~ mathematics and naval architecture- he
in Sept. 22, at 581 7th st. n.e. -.aB
Friends Select School,
Vor boys and girls of all ages, opens Septem
ber 14. Has prepared students for 20 dIfferent.
pole. and techaical mehools. Certificate privi
legezoYassar, Smith, WeDleeley, Dartmouth and
Oemical ad phscl laoatr,Ecchds
course is planned with reference to its needs,
and attention Isgiven totorah ssi
's,Bretan'sand Baflantyne's hook stores.
~Uehours from 10 a.m. to 12 m. and 1:30
D..to 4:30 p.m, Mr. and Mrs. THOMIAS W.
SIW LL rncipals 1811 I at. n.w. an30-26St
l'ANNER'S Loan & Trust B1dg.
BUSINESS Cor. F and 9th.
O0LLEGE,' Open All the Year.
Day and Niht Sessions. Instruc
ion private-mndividual. The prin
ia hashadover~a jso exei
.cu:ea Officiat Court ,worpe
ookkeperd 1.acher of
COUkS S: S t~Type
IN YFA O'PO. "
waus >fa1ag s o , 10000
- .A- -M SISOOE.
V. ts sK' .aee. I.w. (nar m. s). y
s3 2annL a TQlMA1i T3AINING
fr ~ 3.5IL M NewilawaWre.ave. Mis
German-American 1Mindergarten and '
131 NEW ilar 1aaya r. 1.
NA33M. frmnleagm a 7 a-7
MR. B. PRANK OEBEST, -
Tesebe et PTANO. ORGAN and HARMONY.
at.de a se. s 1 1 I4& at. ... selm-4a
Select Boarding and Day School.
Removed tae.At14 .t. to th. iare, eammo
dso s ra=fs=c i1ael set-et a,esme. Indivld
aal instraetfaa.. Freseh er SpumWnk and Physical
Culte wn a gve with regular
rates. Mrs. . SYLVMER PB iIPS, Prin.
Washington Dramatic L
1114 F St. N. W.
M. AURELIA BARRINGTON. Directreaa. '
se4-28t*-8 Send ier Prenaectus.
W. F. DALES, PH.D.. 12:2 12TH 'ST. N.W.
Classical teacher. Pupils tu..,oughly prepared for
any college or for other examinationa. Fifteen
years' successful experience. au22-4$t
THE POLLOCK KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL -
reopens Sept. 22 at 1428 Q at. n.w.. Washington.
D. C. Normal Kindergarten Institute teaeb.rs'
classes resumed October 1. se1S-8t* S
ST. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL-FASHION
able dressmaking. a new department. in which
ladies and young girls are taught cutting, fitting U
and sewing. For particulars apply at the
SCHOOL, 202 G at. o.w. -au21-tf
Education for Real Life
1884. F,r Sons and Daughters, at 1902-3.
Academy of Mi sie building, 9th and D n.w.
Beautiful. spacious halls. Entrance. 403 eth at.
All of the departments are now open for
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS.
Rapid, Legible and Beautiful Writing. Y
Thorough English, Correspondence.
Shorthand. Touch Typewriting, Book-Tpeyratig.
Mimeograpbiug, Hektographiag, Letter-Pres Work.
Rapid Calculations, Book-Keeping and Business
Science of Wealth. Commercial Geography. Civics,
Laws of Business. Ethics, Moral and Social Culture.
Art of Expression (Delsarte Method). Physical Culture.
Night classes: Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
a to 9.
For new announcement or further information
call at ofice or address Mrs. Sara A. Spencer.
Principal and Proprietor.
Leonard Garfield Spencer. Secretary. aulO-tf
THE OLNEY SCHOOL.
1206 18th st. and Conpecticut avenue. r
Primary, Academic and Collegiate Departments.
Lunch at the school and use of the fully equipped
playgrounds provided for pupils who remain for the i
afternoon study hour.
Miss VIRGINIA MASON DORSET,
se6-tf Miss LAURA LEE DORSEY.
Bliss Electrical School
Offers practical courses in applied
Electricity, complete in one year. i
Students taught the actual construc
tion of motors, :dynamos and other -
electrical apparatus and fitted for po
sitions as electricians and. superin
tendents of electric lighting and
power plants. Graduates hold good
to new and much larger quarters at i
219 G Street Northwest. Occupies
entire building. Facilities better T
than ever. Opens September 29.
Call or send for Catalogue.
WILLIAM D. SLAUGHTER,
Teacher of Elocut'on, -
Voice Culture and Deep Breathing.
eld128t341 Fifteenth Street Northwest.
THE WASH lWl7CTOI? SCHOOL
4401 WISCONSIN AVENUE (Tennallytown Road.) -
A high-grade day.and boarding school for boys of
any age. Very easy of aecess from all parts of the
city. Large faculty and thorough course cf study. 1
Commodious building, new and well equipped.
The boy's health a subject of special at:ention.
Every facility for exercise add sports. Splendid -
gymnasium and athletic grounds of many acres.
Private golf links. Parents are cord'ally invited
to visit the grounds and buildings. Year book at
Woodward & Lothrop's. Ballantyne's and Bren.
tano'. or it may he obtained of the bead master, N
LOUIS L. HOOPER. A. It. se6-tf
Resident and Day School for Girls and Young -
Ladies. Exceptional advantages of location and *n- I
struction; new and artistic furnishings; cultured
home life. Regular and special courses. Number
of pupils limited. Expenses moderate. For cata
logue address the principal. 1700 Q at. n.w.
WIMODAUGHSIS CLASSES. 1403 NEW YORK
ave.-Begin Sept. 15 in Stenographr, Typewrit
ing, Spanish. French. Elocution and t'hysical Cuf- |
ture. Other classes Oct. 1. Terms, $1 a mo. i
each class to members. Membership. $1 a year.
se8-tt Mrs. E. C. MONTIS. Supt.
IE DR ILLERY,
1100 NEW YORK AVENDB,
li Wsshington, D. 0. =
Illhojrthand. T y p ewr iting.
N a t he ma ties, Bookkeeping.
I~U~ Business Training; preparation
for Civil Service Examinations; j
oghdrafts, copying and spas
lag; tabulation. No summer
vacation; students enter at any
MISS BALCH'S CIVIL SERVICE INsTITIUTE A.\J
BUsINESS COLLEGE. d
9S0B a t. n.w.
Higher mahematics. steograidhy, typeweting,
OUT OF WASHINGTON. t
ORTHIOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. 1516 GREEN ST.,
Philadelplata.-M(edical .massage, Swed. move- f
ments; electricity taught, day. eye. classes: hoa
pital egp. given; installm. pay; cIrectlar.
Near Hastown, Maryland. Individual atten-h
tion to imited number of boys with satisfactory
testimonials. Healthful surroundings. No sick
nesa. Large grounds and athletic facilties. Swim
ming po- A personal interview will be arranged I
if appication be made at once. Term begins Sept. h
J. HENRY HARRISON, Head Master.
se10-13t-14 St. .Tames School, Maryland.
Western flaryland College, .
Equal nnportunities for both sexes under strictly
guarded limitations; separate recitations. etc.
Faenlty of university men from Princeton. Har- at
yard. Colugsbla. Johns Hopkins and Weaseyan. P
Comnletely equipped Chemnical. Phyaleal and Bio
logical Laboratories, Library. Gymnasium.
Experience and success of thirty-eve years. Good
em atfully admilatered. 1,000 feet above
~sea. Puest water; steam heat, electric light. tE
All who have been here try to send others.
Thirty-sixth Year Opens Tuesday,
dds.lt"s for Catalo"g V" t e eient . ft.
50OME SCHOOL FOR GIL.FROM 9 TO 14.
Opening Sept. 15. For j uas~
...)....,7 Re-i.ge., Va.
Notre.Dame of Maryland. '
Cndete4 r an tesfNteDa .
-Ciolge for WmnadPeaaoyShe
Z1aN NE ARUNEt, At's UZ A S CTK g*
; -eme nu
KINOT WANT=B AND TO LAAE
NET= T LOAN AT4% TO 5%; nad Sa
IF avalMabe e. D. soulty; la aade abe
msuner to suit resources etbsees
service, emom?acal aot C. 0. #
1114 0 n.w. 'P ase 351). .a66
ONZY TO LOAN -
I will lend ye more meouy Ussa our ee
tate than the bak or trust essaa
second trusta if you already have a lear.
trust. interest 4 to ' asecond trust,
dress PRIVATE FUN .* Star Mee. ST6-t'
ONEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO WOAN ON . 4
real estate. In NmN to suit, at Iswsst m .m
Nominal charges. No delay.
seWl-tf A. F. FOX COMPANY. Ise., ot F n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN AT LOWW RATES Of -
terest en apprwred real estate security.
IAM A. MEIOY, Attorney. otee 1110 at. s.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
If you desire a loan on your furniture or plan
horses - and carrias. Ac., and wish your be
tnom strictlyc dtial, call on s. Our terms
are acknowledged to be decidedly lower than eth
eru' and we make no charge for preparing pa s.
The goods remain undisturbed in poessius
and you repay us In small' mosthiy payments to
suit your convenience. Call or addes
NAT. LOAN AND INVETMET CO..
Home Life bldg., cor. 15th and 0 eta. a.w., oppe.
Telephone Main 706 or West 06 and our re
sutative will call. sel-tf4
ARGE OR SMALL LOANS SECURED' STOCE$.
bonds, bldg. and loan asso. shares. Iife Iaa. ye1.
Icles. syndicate certifs.. warehouse recelta saod
real estate trusts taken. C. A. SAEE, 4-iI
Metzerott bldg., 1110 F at. eel6.tt.4
HEN YOU DESIRE A LOAN ON D. C. REAL
estate. submit us your application. Ay assst
from $500 to $50,000; interest. 4%. 44-1 4"
and 5%, according to amount and class of seeur
ity. Lowist commission and expense. PROMPT
RELIES MOORE & HIL1 (Ic.).
selS-tf 717 14th at. n.w.
Loans made on furniture, piaaos, etc..
without removal. Do not hesitate if you
is want money, as you can make your os
terms. and we make no Inquiries ansg
your neighbor., friends or employer. Yost
S. transactions with us are not published.
Everything strictly confdential. If you wal
to save money, time and worry-SEE US.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
sel3-12d 610 F at. n.w.
00,000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL STATE
yamount. lowest rates.
L 0. DELASIHM1UT1.
se6-tf-4 1421 O et. a.w.
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
rent rates of interest on real estate in the Dis
trict of Columbia.
FITCH. FOX & BROWN.
sel-tf-5 1406 at. .w.
OU ARE NOT COMPELLED TO BORROW
from others, so why not apply to us for a losa
en your D. C. real estate? Interest is 4% and
4%%, ace. rding to security. Any amouat from
$0 to $125,000. No delay if title is O. K.
y28-if STONE,A FAIRFAX. 806-80 F S.w.
Without security, indorsar or pbliei.
ty. 'On our new plan. *Your nete am suf.
ERSONAL fIcient security.) It you want
without inconvenience or dlyiysl
gate our system. Our method will
RIVATE pleasing, our terms "w11 suit. We r
not gain patronage by disparaging oth.
ere. If you have a loan at the preaast
GANS. It will not prevent you frogn securing
further accommodation from the
liable CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE 00..
je27-tf-12 6u2 F ST. N.W.
100.000.00 TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON FUR
niture. PIANOS, &c., at lowest rates without re
moval, publicity or delay: you can pay it back
in small monthly payments to suit yourself. If
you have a loan elsewhere and need more money.
come to as, we can accommodate you. Private
rooms. Business confidential. SURLETY LOAN
COMPANY. Room 1. Warder bldg.. 2d door. 11th
and F n.w. myl-tt
ONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL
merchants, teamsters. boarding houses, without
security: largest business in 42 principal cities.
TOLMAN, Room 101. 538 15th at. n.w. de14-tf-4
WE WILL LEND YOU MONEY
On your furniture, pianos. organs, &c.. and you
can pay It back in small weekly or monthly
ABSOLUTELY NO DELAY.
Our business is strictly confidential; no embar
rassing questions to ask you. Lowest rates is
the city. Private omees.
COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
613 F STREET N.W.
apl4-tf-14 Telephone East 369-T.
:ONEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT REAL ESTATI
at current rates of interest. RENTING O
PROPERTIES given special attention.
no7-tf HERBERT A. GILL. 1319 F at. n.w.
)N DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATD
THOS. E. WA(AMAN,
oc16-tt 917 F at. n..
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
and 44% payment on principal in amounts o
$500 or more received at any interest period.
THE F. H. SMITH CO.. 1408 14. Y.l AV. .15.-tt
[ONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL E.
tate within the District of Columbia. in amoupte
to soit applicants. at lowest rates of interest.
1a19-tf.4 GEO. W. LINKINS. 800 19th at. n.w.
H. K. FULTON'S LOAN OFPICS,
314 9TH ST. N.W.,
ONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMQNM'D
JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, ETC.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. ja3l-tf.6
ONEY LOANED ON REAL -STATE. LOANS
negotiated. Amounts to suit. Lowest rates of
interest. B. H. WARNER CO.,
je28-tf 916 F at. n.W.
ONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent interest. Special
privileges wit,l respect to prior payments. Large
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFO1D
1307 F at. n.w. fe9-tf.5
? YOU WANT TO BORROW Olt LOAN. BUY OE
sell, on real estate. f can save you time and cash,
as I give personal attention to all deals.
de6-tf.4 J. EAKIN GAT)SBY. 526 13th at. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT LOW
est rates of interest, on D. C. real estate. Large
loans a specialty. Prompt attention.
. WALTER HI. ACKER,
no7-tf,5 704 14th at. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN AT 3%. 4 AND 4% PER CENT,
in sums of $1.000 to $100,000. on D. C. real es
tate; pay ofg 5 per cent and 6 per cent loans and
begin anew a lowest rates of Interest; all trans
actions conducted with economical considertion
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Je8-tf.7 ,1407 F at. n.y.
XB. WHITE WANTS LIBEBTY.
unbassador to Germany Weary of
A dispa.tch from Berlin to the New York
[erald yesterday says: Ambassador An
rew D. White has just returned from
witzerland and has communicated to thle
[erald correspondent his plans for the fu
M. White will not remume his former pro
tslional connections with Cornell Uiver
ty, but yearns to be a "free man," .to use
Is own expression. He will devote his~ at
mntion entirely to the completion of his
temoirs, covering many years of distin
uishled diplomatic labors since 18711, when
e was first sent to Berlin as United States
lihister -to Germany.
Mr. White will publish his work in the
nited States, and expects to complete it at
Is homestead, in Ithaca, N. Y.
"When my seventieth birthday arrives, ont
ov'ember 7, I shall lay off the harness."
tid Mr. White. "1 look forward to retire
Lent from official service with as much de
ght as a schoolboy looks forward to a va
ctfon. -I have many ties of friendship
hich bind me closely to this country, but I
ave concluded that I have now earned the
gut to be a free man. I shall accept no
lice or appointment of any kind, but shaA
tish some literary work which I have been
arsuing for some time."
After his- formal retirement Mr. White
ill return either to Switzerland, wher'e his
Lughter is at present sojourning, or spend
'me months on the Riviera. He them in
nds to return to his home in New York
r good. -
"I shall be able to leave my poet." eon- -
uded Mr. White, "with the reflection that
ere has rarely been a time when diplo
atic and political relations have been so
lendly between Germany and the United
FUGITIVE P30K ASTLUI.
etectives Looking for n. Who
Killed His Noter-I-Law.
Detective Hogan of Baltimore came bere
day looking for George Klein, jr., who
eaped from the asylum for the tnsaa in
altimor. Thursday. 11.e was gent to the
.ttution for treae.ent after he baG bean
remtedl Or the murder fet hi -aotWeymn
KIdas ather Uves In Virgina bedwm
ilSw/s Csee greds and Fort M if an
was respna4a al ght *hat the
muiem ha gae t.ueIp..bsaS j