Real Estate. Loman and Insurance Agents,
1925 Pa. ave. n.w.
Here are some bargains In small properties:
Do not keep your money idle when you ean
make it pay you 10 per cent.
These are new propositions and will sail quick
ly. Investigate at once. Call at omiee or write.
Prompt and courteous attention to every Inquiry.
This is a new list; 4 properties in last Satur
days "ad." are sold. Here are some new prop
ositions that will sell themselves:
1-A good renter-a small 2-story house e
feet condition, in the northwest, an car ln;
steady renter at $7.00 per mo. We guarantee
this a nice income-property.
2--SMALL PROPERTIES are better INVET
WENT properties because they rent quickly, and
S-A 6-room frame house; 26th st. n.w.; rents
hor $6.7 per m.
4-A small 4-room brick; 22d at. n.w.; rents for
350 per mo.
PrI .I,25--wilI buy
6--A small 4-room brick bouse In the .w.;
rents for $10.50 per mo.
6-A small 5-room brick house; good location
attractive for the small home buyer; our books
show an uninterrupted tenancy for*2* yeaft;
house In perfect condition; rents tot $2.Qper me.
For fSale-Price-$2,000-wll buy
?-A 6-room frame house; lot 18x100; I at.
Near 22d n.w.; rents for $18.50 per mo.
8-4-room house; located 24th near L at.; rents
tw $20.00 per mo.
--A small 6-rm. brick; n.e.; on car line; rents
for $15 per mo.; price. $1,500.
LOOK AT THIS
4 houses on M at. near 25th; rented at $&W
ear; always rented; price, for quick sale, only
$3,20 will buy two 2-story bricks on avenne
ear line; steady renters at $24 per mo.
1925 Pa. Ave.
FOR SALE-LOT IN HOLMRAD 601100; SOUTH
front; fIne neighbodhood; price less than Doe. ft.
See us about this at once.
Z. WODGE Hil14
jaS-St 802 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE-LARGE AND VALUABLE STABLE
lot in square bounded by 1st, 2d, B and C sts.
W.e. at a aacrI&ee-2Sx100 ft. for $1,000. THOMAS
5. FISHER & CO. (Inc.). 1414 F at. n.w. ja3-St
YOR SALE-BEST LOCATED LOTS IN THAT
seetion south of Columbia road between 16th and
18th ets., known as "Meridian Hill." at lowest
prices. Builders and speculators sbou.d Investi
gate. New Columbia road railway will enhance
values. THOMAS j. FISHER & Co. (Inc.), 1414
1 st. n.w. jaS-St
FOR SALE-BARGAIN IN CENTRALLY LO
cated lot north of P at. abd between 19th at. and
Conn. ave. $4,200 will buy 25-foot lot, 116 feet
deep to alley.
Another-for $4,500. 21z140 to alley.
$150,000 houses surround both of these.
THOMAS J. FISH.ER & CO. (Inc.).
jaS-St 1414 F at. u.w.
FOR SALE-REMARKABLY LOW.
48 feet front on 15th at. n.e., opposite ear
depot, for $1.400; 4 lots about 16 feet front to
cost but S850 a lot.
WfONE & FAIRFAX, 806 & 80S F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-HERE'S A "SNAP''
5 at. near French legation site. 50x90, only
$1.15 ft. Several elegant reiddences will soon be
ereted near this lot.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & 808 F st. n.w.
FOR SALI-(CHOICE ITS-WILL EXCHANGE
On Huntington st. bet. 14th and 15th; 6 lots,
500 a lot.
EXHANGE-A 50-ft. lot, free and elear,
on Kiney at. STONE & FAIRFAX,
jaSt 906 & W08 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE-A CHEAP CORNER
40 feet on Md. ave. n.e.; 86 feet on 4th st.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 806 & 808 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-16TH ST. BlT PARK AND SHERI
DAN-HANDSOMEST LOTS IN MT. PLEASANT;
201100 to 20-ft. alley; street 160 ft. wide.
ONLY $3.000 EACH. TERMS EASY.
jaS-St R. W. WALKER & SON. 1006 F.
A very desirable lot on New Hampshire ave.
m.w.; suitable for handsome residence or apart
ment house site; owner anxious to sell and will
take part payment in Improved property.
Several good lots in Bloomingdale. Prices low.
EDWARDS & REEVES (Inc.),
jal-St 614 18th n.w.
FOR SALE-LOTS-ON CONN. AVE. HEIGHTS;
A MOST DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT. 25%92
TO A 15-FOOT ALLEY, AT A BARGAIN
PRICE: MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. THE
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO., REAL
ESTATE DEPT. de29-tf
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID BUILDING LOT, 55,
5q. 158. between 17th and 18th n.w.; 24x95; right
In the fashionable section. Apply to OHARLES
C. LANCASTER, Owner, 1419 G at. n.w. del.tf
FORSALCEHOICE BUILDING LOTS IN NORTH
Brightwoost. right on BrIghtwood ave.; the beet
and cheapest lots In the District; now is the time
to buy. Apply to CHARLES C. LANCASTER,
Owner. 1419 G at. n.w. del-tf
LOTS OF SIZES TO SUIT.
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LOCALI't
IN THE DISTRICT.
THE CHEAPEST AND BFAT.
LONG TIME. EASY TERMS.
CLEVELAND PARK OFFICE,
ee30-tf.8 610 14TH ST.
FOR SALE-LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
IN AT SECTIONS.
YOU'LL SA YETIME AND MONEY
BY GETTING OUR LUST.
IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS
ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.
ITONE & FAIRFAX, 806 and 80S F st. nw.
FOR SALE-ONE ACRE OF' LAND ON BLAIR
road north of Blrightwood at a bargain if par
ebased at once: near electric cars; neighborhood
fint-clase. LOrliS P. SHOEMAKER REAL ES
TATE ('O., 920 F nw. ja3-St
FOR SAL.E-$300 CASH BUYS A LARGE LOT ON
Jhat Capitol st. (extendedt which will make
sheet 10 smaller lots. Will be worth ten times
this In the future. Rare opportunity for bomne
or lnvestment. Address DAVIaD L. GITT1, 625 F
at. nmw. It*
WANTEDN-TO RENT, WITH THE PRIVILEGE
of buylng. 10 to 20 acres. Improved; close to
steam or electric cars; Prince George or Mont
'nY county. Address F. B. BRYAN, 1644)
ow ersey ave. ja1-2t*
WOR SALE-AT BROOKLAND--THREE HOUSE;
all mod. imns.; no reasonable offer refused.
GRACE 1. THOMAS, Corcoran bldg. deS0-t*
WOR SALE-IN BROOKLAND, Iwr 50x150; BUT
location ~and all improvements made, ineludaing
isdwalk. Also, wanted a moderately chap house
in Takomas Park or thereabout. Will ecan.
Addrees "C E. G., Star oee. de8-ta.6t
HOUSES AND LOTSm FOR SALE.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
IN THE DISTRICT.
IDNG TIME. EASY TERMS.
ee13-tf OFFICE. 610 14TH ST.
Desirable lots, 5130 up.
YUIa sites from $306 O.5 et booket of
3.a5-tf 0EO. R. IL.616 14th at. n.y.
IOR EXCHANGE-HAVE YOU PROPERTY YOU
DEE TO ECHANGE? IF SO, YOU
EHOULD GET 0OUIT OF' THE ROPER
TIES WE OFFER.
Wm HAVE NEW. MODERN HOUSES IN THE
NORTHWEST AND6 0N THE "HEIGHTB" TO
EXCHANGE FOR OLD HOUSE OR VACANT
SUE US ABOUT THU8-WE CAN NO DOUBT
WTECT A 000OD TEADE FOE YOU FOR JUST
THE PROPERT! YOU DRim
ami~tt MOORE & HILL (Ime.d. TI7 14th at. nmw.
1OR SALE-TO CLAME AN ESTA A WARM,
beautIfully located em high land nar mt Mills,
Msntgomery eenn , Md.; 125 ser. Imr ieFb
lage barn and at atnga- no dellnghouse.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER EAL UAh00.,
ja-3t 90 F sw.
DOGS, CATS, FETC.
W'EE NEW 14TH ST. HOSPITAL FOR ANIMAar
is ameieed Timtam weitcome. Separats waids
tas~ecom mets. bearded. Warm and
smtah. DL N. INGRAM, V. K. D.
Prep., 116 14th st. -Phone Main 171-. deia-tI
BU ALECNARY EIRDE, $1.30 UP; PAR
et. sats mtaps is to 1r, eS
e. UCORMID'S RIND STORE, T12 12th at. nsw.
DR. CECIL P~aEIK, EXPRT Pnavse
T384c. 1 12th at. nw. Tel. niets SaM-M.
r Iu AoEI&ET''ExD AUDIOR,
9th andrF ses, n.W. No.
Esmen mmeemeg g..L m
NONEY WAZTED AND TO LOA.
MONEY ADVANCED TO aL-ARIED PEOPLE ON
their plain note; no rtegage or iadorerTs; eany
terms; low rates.
WASHINGTON ASSIGNMENT CO.,
Rooms am. 515 and 516.
ja-7t Jestifer bdg., cor. 7th and D.
MONEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D. C.
real estate, In Sam to suit. at lowest ates.
J*S-f A. .VX COMP . Inc.. n F n.w.
MEDICAL COURSE-A COLLEGE GRADUATE
desres to borrow to pay expenses while
eang nedice; leisling to attend any col
lngo. Reply to EDWARD FOOSE, Box 65,
Springfeld, M.. ja3-a.2t*
MONEY T LOAN ON APPROVED D. C. REAL
estate in amounts to oit, at lowest rates of in
teret. -FLYD E. DAVIS,
tth and E sts. a.w.
Ar- HIGM-GRADE LADIES AND
gen ne ~bl ,.me persees with mesna
to invest in stoek tst estate arptO 61ti0 that
win pay '10% per annum. Money secured and
.han4led by title co. Handsome commission paid.
Address REALTY dORPORATION, Star 0dice.
WANTED-42.,00; 10% NET INTEREST PER AN
num; commission of 5%; money required to coun
plote seal estate deal; $75,000 now in hand In
cash; money handled by title coumany; stock
registered by trust company; money secunred by
stoek of corporation, 3 times amount money far
nished. in addition to collateral mortgage uaon
= t; will pay good commission for persons
g ersons with money to invest. Ad
dress Gb EN iVESTMENT. Star ofte.
MONEY TO WOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CDE
rent ratse of Interest en real estate is the Dis
trict of Conumha.
FvrDTC Fox & BROWN,
ja1-tf-8 1406 G St. saw.
MONEY TO LOAN d0l INDORSED NOTES, 5E0
ond truet%, stocks. bonds, insurance policies.
warehouse receipts. &e.. in lar or Sail
amounts. No delay. T. W. STUBBL .
deO-78t 1224 F wt. a.w.
WE HAVE M(NEY- TO WQAN ON D. C. REAL
estate in sums to suit, at 4%% and 5% intereSt.
SMAT-1RT POSSIBLE EXPENSE.
de80-tf MOORh & HILL (Inc.),717 14th st. R.w.
WE HAVE UNLIMITED FUNDS TO WIAN ON
D. C. real estate at 4. 4% and 5% interest, ae
cording to value of property, in sums of $500 to
$75.000. No de -pmpt services-at .mal
e= 6e. STONE AP AX, 806-08 F nw.
MONEY WOANED SALARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL
merchants, teamsters, boarding houses. without
security; largest business In 46 principal cities.
TOT.MAN. Room 101. 533 15th at. n.w. de1S-tt.4
F. E. REED. ROOM '5 CORCORAN BUILDING,
ban recently opened an oeice for the purpose
of loaning money to salaried people. If interested
it will pay you to call. Miss A. . Hoon. for
merly at 101, same building, manager in
charge. . del3-2It.6
$1 000,00 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE.
y7 amout. Lowest rates.
L. 0. DELASHMUTT,
de--tf.4 1421 0 at. nL.
MONEY TO WAN ON D. C. REAL MSTATE=
Lowest- rates of interest. Paysent on pdnci
In amounts of 3500 or mere received at anyin
terest peiod. THE ?. H. SMITH COMPANY,
Bond bldg.. 1408 N. Y. ave, n.w. det-tf
ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATE
THOS. Z. WAGGAMAN.
del-tf 917 P St. n.w.
$500,000 TO LOAN ON GILT EDGE REAT ES
tate, in some to Suit interet. 4 and 4%%, ac
cording to location; oweast commission; prompt
and sonal attention given. SULLIVAN &
HEI ULLEA. 316 Bond building. nol2-8m
HEIRS TO UNSETTLED ESTATEM REAL OR
pereonal. can BORROW MONEY; also second
mortgage loans when rents are assigned as se.
curtly. . - JOHN H. WA~lER,
oc30-th.s,tu.39t 1321 F at. n.w.
TO LOAN-IN HAND. $1.000. 1.300. $8,000. 18,000
-AT LOWEST RATE O INTEREST AND
COMMISSION on D. C. Real State.
.c24-tf LIEBERMANN & HAWN. 1303 F at.
LARGE OR SMALL LOANS SECURED; STOCKS,
bonds. bldg. and loan ao. shares. life inn. poll
eles, syndicate certlfL. warehouse receipt and
real estate trusts taken. C. A. BAKE 40-42
Metserott bldg.. 1110 P St. sel-tf.4
MONEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT REAL. ESTATE
at current rates of interest. RENTING OF
PROPERTIES given special attention.
no7-tf HERBERT A. GILL. 1819 F St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL ES
tate within the District of Columbia. in amounts
to Suit applicanta, at lowest rates of interest.
jel-tf,4 GEO. W. LIKINS. 800 19th at. n.y.
H. K. FULTON' LOAN OFFICE.
214 TH ST. N.W.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY. SILVERWARE. ETC.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. jaSl.tf,6
MONEY WDANED ON REAL ESTATE. LOANS
negotiated. Amounts to suit. Lowest rates of
interest. B. H. WARNER CO.,
je28-tf 916 F 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 & RUTHERFORD,
1307 F at. n.w. fe9-tf.5
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN, BUY OR
Sell. on real estate. I can save you time and cah.
an I rve personal attention to all deals.
de- 1 4 .EAKIN GADSBY. 526 13th St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT LOW
eat rates of interest on D. C. real estate. Large
loans a specialty. i'rmpt attention.
WALTER . ACKER.
no07-tf,5 I704 14th at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 8%. 4 AND 4% PER CENT.
in sume of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. C. real es
tate; pay off 5 per cent and 6 per cent loans and
begin anew at lowest rates of Interest; all trans
actions conducted with econbmical consideration
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
jes-tf.7 - 1407 P et. n.w.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO
Irmbia. holding a Probate Court.-state of Cath
arne McCartney. also called Kate McCartney, de
ceased. - No. 11178, administration. - Application
having been made to the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. holding a Probate Court. for
letters of administration on said estate by Eliza
beth McArdle. who asks that James P. MeArdle be
appointed, and the summons for the following
named persons having been returned not found. It
is ordered thin 2d day of January, A. D. 1903, that
notice be and hereby is given to John McCartney,
Bridget McCartney, Mary Ann Conachy. Mary
Ahern, John J. Abern. Michael J1. Ahern. William
J. Abern, Theresa Ahern, Ansetaa Ahern, Ger
trude Fegan, John Conlan, Michael Conlan, James
Conlan and Patrick Connor, and to all others con
cerned, to appear in said court on Monday. the 9th
day of February. A.D. 1908, at 10 o'clock a.m., to
st~ow cause why such application should not be
granted: Provided this notice be published in the
"'Washington Law Reporter" and Evening Star
once In each of three successive weeks before the
return day herein mentioned-the first publication
to be not less than thirty days before said return
day. JOB BARNARD. Justice. Attest: LOUIS
A. DENT. Register of Willa for the District of Co
lumbia. .Clerk of the Probate Court. IRVING
WILLIAMSON. Attorney. jsS-lawflt
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO.
lumbla, holding a Probate Court.-No. 980, admin
istration.-This is to give notice that the subscrib
er, who wis by the Supreme Court of tbe District
of Columbia granted letters .testamentary on the
estate of Sarah C. Toel, deceased. has, with the
approval of the Supreme Court of the District of
Colambia. holding a Probate Court. appointed Fri
day, the 23d day of January. 1908, at 10 o'clock
am.. as the time, and said court room as the
place, foe making payment and distribution from
said estate, ander the court's direction and con
trol, when and where all creditors and persona en
titled to ,dIstributive shares or legacies or a resi
due, are r'tided to attend, In person or by agent
or attorney duly authorized, with theIr claims
against the estate prpryvouched. GIven under
my hand thin 26th da fDcmber, 1902. AMER
ICAN SECURITY AND TRUST CO. By CHAB. E.
HOWE, Anet. Secy. By WE. A. McKEINNEY, At
toaney. Attest: IU A. DENT, 1 lser of
Wille for the District of Columbia, ofth
Probate 'Court. ds27-law8t
SUPREIE. COURT OF THE DISTEICT OF CO
lambia, holdin a Probate Court No, 30ISO5, Ad
minstration.-1he in to ive notice that the nub
scriber, who was by the upeeCourt of the Dis
triet of Columbta granted ltters testamentary on
the estate ef Frank 8. William, deceased, hen,
with the aptc etlo the Supremse Court of the
District of Colmbia, holding a Probate Court ap
poetld Friday, the 16th day of Janar, 190h, at
11 o'clock a.m., asn the teea and said coert reom
as the place, for' nmag-ayet and diatribution
from said estate, under teecnet's direction and
control, when and where all creditors ad paesn
entitled to dinsibutive shares or legacies or a reel.
due, are notidied to attemd, in psa or by agent or
attorney .daly authorised, with their claim against
the estate preperly veehed. Glves nder hand
thin 19th day ot December. 1866. THE WA ING.
TON LOAN AND TRUST CO., Executor. By
BRICE J. M0. Aaista==t Trenarer. ErJOHN
B. I.ARNER, Attorney. Ates: JOHN R.IOU
EER, Depnty Register of Wills for the District of
Columia Gek er the Probate Court. de0-1aw,3t
SUPR EME COUNT OF THE DISTRICT O00C
lumbia, hldlaj Probate Court. No. 1111,Ad
uinstratien. in to giinotice that th'sub
scrIber, .t the Dstice Columba.n has obtained
f tem the Probate Osurt of the District of Calm
in lettema of admiatstration ea the estate et flder.
McWifltame. late of tho District ot Ceinumbia, de
eassed. All pesso h claim aganst the ds
eased are beb-to exhidit the same,
with the vouchers therest, legally asthenticategto
the ambecriber, en or bhes's the 'I~th day of -
comber, A.D. 1905; ethereie they my by law be
exeladed fase all boenft of said estate. Oiven
under my hand this 10th da1 of December, 193.
THE WASHINGTON LOA TND RUST O. By
BRIUR J. M Assstmt Tkeaser. Attest:
JOHN 3 ROate of Wills for
the Distriet .t 0% ""a. te Prebee
Cout. JOHN B. LAUE. Atterney. deay-lw8t
IN THE SUPmREME mIUE OF THE DIIIEOET
of Colamble. Joh I. asnteen v. Annis ndie.,
et al. No. 28S0. Deebt-The ietof
this suit is to have a Setepaiedeclain the
tit1e te let inered 48, in the sodvnet
Isum O mean ate simIthigI
hb et Nsemaer, A. D. ardmsd tmet
4 --- a mee. hs . d..inees ..
. smer theeae ..h f eQ
hi ssa t o
INSTRUCTOR FOR PIANO; WIILING TO GO TO
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Cla s I ann a Iof e.pered
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The new Devartment ot Comumerce W111
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Established 1876. Dar and a * se ""
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Stio. 182 10th at. n.w. 'Phone Main 73-A..
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A high-grade dav and hoarding sehoo for boys et
any ag.LOUIS LHOOPER, A.M., Head Master.
MISS BALCH'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUIE AND)
BUSINESS COT T.UN,
905 0 at. n.y.
Hige mathematIcs, stenography, typewriting.
OUT OF WASHINOTON.
MAPLEWOOD, CONCORDVL, PA.-4S6-YALE,
Harvard and Wesleya Instructors peae4
. a No J(ee EP c 8 E, Prin.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING.'-TREASURR'
Oftece, U. S. Soldiers' Home, WashIngton, D. C.,
December 60. 1902.-ESeled propsaswill be re
JAlUARY 5IE'Ni - 05 for furnsigth
lomes with 1.000 Straw Hats, 1,100 Dak Bine
Blomes army stadad bottom, 110 pairs of
Dar Blue Trousers. 2,000 Semer Sitneglige
of Canton Fianae braer, 1,800 earstEg
cut Shoes. 2,00 palms of Cattntc~ns 0
RedBespeas.100 Army Blakt.To hedell
71I11', 1905. For farther information apply to
H. M. KENDALL, Major U. 3. Army, Secretary
enS Trenaere. -.a81
PowT oFFICE DEPArRTM* WASHINGTON.
D. C., December 80, 1se2.----ed p.-p---ls willha
received at this department stil 2 o'clock .ms.
mainder of the Sas.at year ending JaneSig~
Bids must s eone or more of thefilwm
(Bgvain).,E Gare,?w ureeRiser
steam, Kamawha Run of Mine steam. A band et
83,000 wRi be reired for thfaithful wn
- aet the contract. Bide are also iited for
the-porcht. 14 wstsst ro h DeparttmeW D
OFF1CE COMMNIONS. Df30T (OW
tsabi. Washi - Da..ahor gM 1ggg-g g g
ygUV N. TEUEg y E~a un
19 or ea dl
_ - So-1 I
For TriVilers --
Hotels dhd Resorts
1. P., Amdm.a AkA 3. F., Eop a PA.
ASHEVILL T .,a
ATLANTIC - ,g
BROOKLYNN-TN. for1r m7n=
. . - .P., 41 up. A. P.,9 p
BOSTON Me- nIM V3DOM3. .?'
CHARLESTONX; T=-ammlteg V.
CHARLESTON S0TI AmnA. A.P.
CINCINNATI .0 hAA"liLV.P
COLORADOSPGS.|b hT2=Alz i
LOS ANGELES 0.,3TH AG
LOSANGELESun, wNS-= & A.P.
aRP. Perftn appeftted.
MOBILE A.g Azw ATTLE HOuU
NEW ORLEANS!. 1 -BAM
PARIS FanenOTE. DENA1&!
PASO ROBLESa- -
PASS CHRISTIAN Maa
POLAND SPRING me MANSION WK
REDLANDS T OA LAMA. AM
- range groves. Beautiful bklts.
SANJOSE cA Tanu oM P..
ST. LOUIS M;, TH. UtZUL A lead.
SUMMERVILLE E H .
'0R SALE--RAT ESTATE.
475 Florida ave. nw.; as attrae
tive two-story and bauemsetbic
dwelling at the n.e. cor. 5th and
house; rented to the some tenant
for nearly five years at $90 per
mouth sultble for either a home
or an investment. Price. $4,250.
60 e t n.e.. two-story brick
$3,400 dweiung contains eight roos,
bath.a.m.L.; a convenient home.
2br 2D46 2M L t. a.w. three
brick dwellings; each contains "IE
$3,400 re"r ,.'|i' wth con' rait
front: rent or 22,0 each.
of eaak. $s, G0.
$2,500 , oa
aten a t $s$ .
Real Estate, Loans. and Insurance,
643 Louisiaba Ave. N. W.
Iw I rozr
GE0GETOWNEREA fr ESTATE
P AEPORTUN S F9R .NVESTMENT
ki Real Estate In Georgetown are plentiful
just now. We -cas Out yo in touch wth some
rar chances to boy-,now at a low ure with
the =propata of being aLe tct resel in a short
whl ta good profi RaEtt
The Miller-.iQel:Aaker (|"i..
l3-125UdU st., 'Phone West 40.
We Will Treat
(I You Squarely.
Persaq needlug money can come to,
us with full asura that they 'ill
receive fair treatment. Money loaned
on chattels. furniture an& other ner
*(m.soal property. L Tinge - xeevinZ. sl
ariee can have money on simple note,
Capital Loan Guarantee Co.
ja8-tf,20 602 F ST. N.W.
Money to Loan
0 N furniture, piano., etc., at lowest rate.
et wa loIan for h intet only n de
oll ali s qiand tpr te. It costs yea
~ tOAM CO.,.
928-30 F St. AJ',"'
~ E Have a Bar'i
of money to lend on furniture
piano., Ac. No delay. Goods are
- ait disturbed. You return the
egney in small paymenta.. If you
ha.a loan.nd.needmore moe,
we can Sa you up. DBne.= eon.
- . seMttak L
Surety Loan Company,
se..aPor Weev 3dg.. th and P b..
etc., without removaL. Dont
See='staeify==a= =oey s o
make ne inquiriee amoce yosr neigh
U bors, friends or emloyer. Your
transettoms with as are not p-b
isel. Everythina -c-tl e--a'
ti. f yo. w..t t. --v mosey,
time a worry-SEE US.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 Et. N.W.
WilY PAY 1 PIER tDENIT
am andose moe ii~t whenyo
.m.n a ..e oa r aahe e. "' ou
fr. pa L9geItbe fuR assent. * o
National Loa*-nal Investnent Co.,
NE.ERuil"t...N tO.0 h a G am N.W,
dsB1-tf.l6 - b
remmi ~m yst ee
sieert h e.ih
ea. bee-a he eare
Mutul Lan ad TustCo.,
ha3arWritese pimes.eegenms he.. gut pas
heshn ..warma weeWj er m~a gu.
-a m4kfts. -~ - b
Our' beslsli Q MuevAnnlis
JFAZL AND 1WM UZ Z=m TL AIRD _-I1M= Z180
SAW.AUYI CiTy, IL a. X..*EV Y ,&5
IN WINTER AS IN SUMMEiR.
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey
The Most Popular and'Attractive All-the-year
- Resort by the Sea.
en e hea e teans.
E"Inan iufetem a Lat*n"e* .= thar et Ihaet Degmentive.
THE NEW SHOREHAM Washington, January 5, 6, 7, &
Open U.. to I p.m. sa 2.W to & . . n. I* .L.
ATLANTIC CITY'S LEADING HOTELS:
Seaside House. The Chafonte.
WiB pn about aery.
Chsis. vns & Son. L Haines Co.
Hotel Dennis. The S
Open a the Tear.
Walter J. Buzby. R
Open all the Year.Agnew.
F. W. Hemsley & Son. e, a
Haddon Hall. The Agnew Co.
Open anR-this Yewr.
Leeds & Lippincott. Hotel Tray ore.
Hotel St. Charles. Open all th yea
Wil reopen about Febreary L Traymore Hotel Co.
James B. Reilly. New Strand Hotel.
The Wiltshire. Fai barn
Open all M Ye ear.
S. S. Phoebus. Galen Hall.
Grand Atlantic Hotel. Ht and Sanitarim
Open all the Year. Oe h et
Chas. E. Cope. F. L Young, Mgr.
The Dnlop.The Plerrepont.
Open an the year.
Robert T. Dunlop. J. I Bechtel
The Rudolf. Marlborough House.
Open all the Year. Open all the Ye.
Chas. R. Myers. Josiah White & Sons.
Via Pennsylvania Railroad-Delaware River Bridge
Bt)UTD The only a~raSt its. Through train 6onnet at Broad Street Station. Philadlhia. with
tr ime "11o00h to Atlantic city, avoiding transfer through Philadelhia. 1t
STONE, IRON AND SLATE CONSTRUCTION
Capacity 600. Open Throughout the Year.
R.. E.B R.- Rasegr
ATLANTIC CITY, N. JI
As a wnrhue alt the be*t New York hotals. Is builtfurnished and bais& With a
winter trade heretofre found athe and e Florida. An e
tieblock on the ocean front anW 080 feet on the City Park, with central location, Sea water In
all baths. Special =its with private, diniwm and service. Telephoae. In each toos. con
nected aiso with the city syatem, Ig a deuaa; golf. A beautiful exchange and dining
room are among the features. Gentlemen's valet, ad' halrdresser and other modem conience.
write for booloet, room plan and rattr.
JOSIAH WHITE &,SONS, Props.
ATLIANT110 CiTY, N. J.zncx
HOTEL TRAYMORE, DR. FISKA!EWIN. 316 EAST CAPITOIU GRAD
Atlantic City, N. Ye rate of .ets
of both sexes and any nature a tel .
Remain open throughout the year. EYT kn- cine furniahed at orce. All p
comfort and convenience for winter guesta. Golf 2Wricly eutril. Price. moderate. . Phone0
privilegeF. TRAYMORE HOTEL ai
3aI42t4 D. S. WHITE. Jr., President.
HOTEL AGNEW. ATLANTIC CITY. N. L. 'I YTTiIIUScialis
With saarate Sanatorium Annex. ni
WHOLE BLOCK BEACH FRONT.ETILYJJf 1t
NEW. 300 Ocean ENTIRLY D . lo Baths. HYDRO- spe stI l lDE lI
THERAPY EQUIPMENTsEBA WATER PLUNGES. U & F'Ai ~ ts.A
winter, $2.50 daily; $15.00 up weekly. Automobile. a .~
Booklet. (jai-2Ft-.) A. C. MITCHELL & CO. Regular Graduate Two Schools.
Authorized to treat Disease of the Brain and
HOTEL DENNIS, NersSystem Skin. Blood. Heart, Stomach, ti.
Chas R.nes Myers., Josiah Whiot &n Sons.
Atlantic Cia Stricture, Vsrkocele and Hydrocele cured without
OPEN THROUGHOUThohti YEAR. t oroat No pain. No le of time.
The winter mouts are met delightful at the isorders of the Urinary Organs
seashore. THE DENNIS, directly facing the Ocean prtly relieved and permanently cured by safe
and boardwalk. Is liberally appointed and conduct'- ehos Vitality restored. Charges low. Free
ed. Hot and cold a water In private baths. Golf consultation In person or by letter. Hours. 10 to I
lik prvle. WALTER J. BUZBY. and 3 to 4; Sundsay 10 to 12; Wednesday and Sit.
deSOe O- uLay evenings I to S. TeR6-t.21
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL,
Atlantic City, N.J. DR. LEATHERMANM'
Open 0e handsome rooma. Hot
Oen at the Sea winter rates. Write e lallst In We cur of all aealal diseases
sea atr a tets. mdn ,aVaetcoc, n Strictuot mpotency and
boklte and term a ndrts
de272t-4 CHARLES IL COPIE. Blood diseases cure" for life. Unntaton frtee.
an F at. n.w. aplT-tf,6
ADDON HALL, DR&ONArRAs.
ATLaANTIC CITY, N. J.
ThswR-nw oe emaina open throughout the year. Evermay knownlia
theor yar. ThnenFaieason for motr st . Gollffl pA
provlf.Yahin.Drvng.Riding. Te r00. 0rsn emnnl oaedi shntuj
Boda lk-52t- c . Ilstrte WH klT , mar.,e. intPrensiddanent.a
WHOM Bthen. teeSttaNhiENTIRe.
Hot EL BrihtNN&CinoOPD
ANOPN TROU0HU YH EAR. Ltl motne tahdt i. a.
sea Tu IIEA. DFrNmdrecteingatect a
Ho_______er_____ r_____te__bat _ GoadlsfnItmprneInw mn
Darte Is Inedetn nact o I ppa
tly onadntil. P nc t mdendtha
thi fatr Gdunatme fTwoie aSch o
Nervus Sstemin. H riningL
an"dn i"s ~oo s h r
Laurl-inthe-ines ree anes Ci~ w
AtnICityANO. . n fscey he' iti n n
atple haveand term nswerARLESEthere I
L -N H LNTI CUIY N0. FL.-TURB.teRtC ynah.O h otay
his wll-nw mode eains oen senbe n'g tehro ntnhmn rily
G jIf ,tahJS C.eao t. deLU.Po. h o etmte ee et o oa
Boamaswalkeetc. nolpestrated Bookirtl
AancCIy N. J.,is rth taimnto hi
ITS ZADIG HOUL. ec argey uenr aeg of t ....
OPEN DECEMBRBTOoMAY.eas~es red afor t disee.: t ios
D FO ILU~rAT)UOOI 0 F st. n UO ia- habi 7-t.6 i
__________________ I a e ty t hped tha e
DAIY IUXEU FR IVR LNDNGI uan o or ot her wnminio o
Mohea andrighton~~m of Amelea.a hmhe-Sehs etses t
eah,otl' Biho a~so CUREai OFete DEamt te pveBB
...t.,aa.. 5auieatt1 . rmm se t. L onevetje mk. e
BushweoBart., PoisiCtetre',in --pon accun of rae
Lakewin ood Nree w Jesy tica e...Sthiene nd doaleny muth the
l Lnaur~ eac Hose --. hre mimir tbe. ae rs atnd oeat
UN~ED TATS MIL e)M, ntmic ao dmen who o ntmt in ppear to
WAUHN~ nd T bMNM. ai he. part o Thee of ein.
mmd inteiedlate ~ Wehchleate tneAte in drun ait is re-s
--an aeran .. sa.,an n
17 a~"~"acemmedaioma Isielwhicuh ha un aen deeope out o a c st o
Oplaleaiwtn Untf e~ fsiliJne. mimi inlene e caeo hmne
d311-t-8 InD~eDeWL 5 .uthe impie initmu ent r of thei
Q.O3lISCELL. ArNEUS. ualh~ an fscetweefuso n
amp kh es.f hae uc t anwer for thre
LAEHEEiNs VOUAO FL.-H HA~ noannf pty.O h contrr
1cneler3Ub.-e DE A aonsbiyvsnvreotagt.f t
thesa afe :e ~-emg = nterconto f hsqait ht
hrUbade u th8eu t see4fupretmn..i
THE UEEta - OFWDTE RSOTy Thnma= BarlwI' isn eslt. Hl
ITB LEDING HT~ra m upo an awrntn- theK,
rotonoWW= _y em **m "-a"-~e ae-."
E. 8 RADAL. POOMA BlER-LINE00.Gen atall~vesm. s arule bedepnde
DAL -~ain O IE ADNB pnt okothroneiaino
111I1'S LAW BOOKS
HouWsd in Poorly Lighted
and Contracted Quarters.
RO= mORMy ED 'Y TE
he First ORWal egram Trnummit
ted From TheM by 1ref, Kr
Neen..Ity nea a eer am ag.
Few visitors to Washington realise that
in a poorly fghted and ventated parl of
the Capitol b.inddr. In that section midway
of the Senate and the House wings, is a
room contanng one of the esst valuable
and complete law libraries In exifteaM.
This library is that of the Supreme Court
& the United States., more commonly re
ferred to as the law library of Congress.
The room now occupied as a library.
while small, poorly ventilated and lighted,
has much of Interest and of history con
nected with It. It Is situated In the center
of the building, near that part knoyn as the
crypt, and in the room formerly occupied
by the Supreme Court of the United States.
The room Is circular in form, and the
height from floor to ceiling permits of the
distribution of the many baks in narrow
tiers of shelves; otherwise the space would
not be sufflicient for one-half the number;
and as it Is. the room is wholly unft and In
adequate for the purpose required.
Birth of the Telegraph.
From this room Prof Morse, the inventor
of the telegraph, transmitted the IrMt ofit
cal telegram. A wire had been laid from
Washington to Baltimore. and the young
inventor, surrounded by a group of prom
Suent men, manipulated the instrument
which conveyed the news to Betimore of
the election of President Polk In 1844. A
nephew of the famous inventor. Mr. W. H.
Morse. is one of the assistant librarians
DOescriptin of the Collection.
The Supreme Court library today con
tains about 140.000 volumes. Its value, as
set by conservative judges, is not far from
$40000. The library contains two sets of
all state reports, two sets of English re
ports, and as high am five and six dupli
cate United States reports. There are also
many valuable text books and treatises
upon the different subjects of the law not
now obtainable, and of almas priceless
Besides the general collection in this
room, however, there are three special ones
-the conference room library (about 11ON0
volumes), located In the conference room
of the Supreme Court and for the use of
the justices exclusively; the collection.
"judge' sets" (about 4,300 volumes), at the
residences of the several Justices for their
Individual use; and the law section of the
Toner collection (1,2 volumes), kept at
the main library.
Under the copyright law two copies of
each edition of every American copy
righted law book have been received and
duplicate sets of reports, as a matter of
utility, have been maintained, while of the
United States Supreme Court reports there
are six sets.
The library contains nearly all American
text books In their several editions, the
English reports complete, together with the
new annotated reprint, an far as it has ap
peered; the Canadian reports, including
those of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,
Prince Edward's Island and Manitoba; the
Australian reports and Indian appea!s re
ports, the United States Supreme Court re
ports, all the United States circuit and dis
trict court reports, federal cases, the Fed
eral Reporter, American Decisions and
complete sets of reports of supreme and
appellate courts of the various states and
territories, including Hawaii, trials; Annals
of Newgate, Hargrave's collection. How
ell's. Craik. Townsend, Phillips, Wharton,
and nearly 5,000 individual trials; digests
of all the reports mentioned above, and
standard encyclopaedias and dictionaries
of ancient and modern languages.
International law is fairly represented by
American and English treatises, by such
standard continental works as Rivier, Ca!
vo, Heffter and Padier-Fo4ere, together
with the Revue de droit international et de
There are many collections of laws of
foreign countries in ancient and modern
treatises, especially in French.. Spain,
Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Russia
are also represented by broken and Incom
plete sets of laws.
The library contains much of interest in
the line of manuscripts. From the collec
tion purchased from the Jefferson estate
twenty-eight bundles of manuscript con
cerning Virginia history were secured.
Among these were the records and papers
of the London Company of Virginia, 16l9-24,
in two volumes; eight volumes or bundles
of papers containing minutes of the assemu
bly or other colonial records, 14IO-1700. In
addition, this purchase Included three vol
umes of Jefferson's law notes, three vol
umes of commentaries upon a universal
history, and several treatises upon religious
or philosophical subjects. The papers of
Dolly Madison. purchased by Congress in
1848, although dealing la the main with
family matters, throw much light upon, the
political and social life of the cty of Wash
ington during the first half of the nine
History of the idbrary.
The law library was formerly a part of
the CongressIonal Library and occupied that
part of the Capitol building known as the
old lIbrary. In the Thirteenth Congress,
October 21, 1814 a resolution was offered
in Congress to purehmp the law tbrary of
the late President Je~erson, By act
January 30, 1815. Congress ~ tir ths
purchase of the Jefferson Uibrary at the fig
ure set by the administrators. P,950, "to
be paid in treasury notes of the Issue or
bred by the law of March 4 3814."
In the Twenty-seeond Congress. july 18,
132. an act was passed for the purpes of
ncreasing and Improving the law library
at large, and near the Supreme Court, but
stiplatng that It should eontinue a part
of the Congressional Library. subleet to the
ame regulations and rules. dA an opt
ion was made of %000I a year for epuii
ease of books for the LUbrary of Congress
ad an additional $L,060 fer the law library,
for a terma of five reers, the selection of
book. for the lawr ibarary to be usder the
irection of the chief Justice. In the
rhirty-eighth Congress the appropriationl
or the law library was imeressed to P,400
In thie Thrty-niath Congress a set was
pesdfor the purchase of the library of
tb. late James Petigru, and carryIng an ap
propriation of PA,00 for the purpse
From time to time the library has been
iresd by the addis et yaluabie werts
ad the purchase of jlivate librarlia, until
today It is, as before Mated, sa of gpeat
minue and numbes
In 1313 the salary of the ehiaf of law
ibrartans was P a day, less than that se
seeved today by mtany of the'sweepers about
;e building. The librarian was requirs4 to
*gve bond in such -ua a s1ansess
prpe to the President of ths Ueasts and
Sof the Hooss'
3Oto 1ST the salary of the *lile
seasiD In the latter year the new Con
-r.a.. Ubra=r= was sampleted and male
It or eewn.w Mr. Thosma B. Clash;
as appointse chef at a mayof W,60
per aas.This s Inres M 3 to
The.lb salary oflb thesu of aOes"
s-eune whasa is the JkUa*W
f the lasr librery . eeer
32 at a new
then. s at the~ e~g n
a# as leiasis, A- it
.- in Kary has
ts buMbled that # t
he wiB so
-spesa tasUesas .
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