FOR SALE-SPECIAL BIG BARGAIN' 9P1V
did residence near corner =a and A a.w.; 3
stories: 11 -roos and bath; steam heat; m1de;
surrounded by Sn ee Washk1ow ; ewmar
left town; must be sold. Pie , . Apply
at once. FRANK T. RAWLN GS CO. (Inc.),
Real Estate. Loan and laeurance. 1505 Pa. ave.
oi SALE - SPNEIAL OFFE= - DRITACHE)
HOUSE IN MOUNT PLEASANT-2-story and r6l
Isr hose: south front; has 10 rooms and bath;
furnace heat; all modem improvementa; lot 6f5
107 feet. IF YOU WANT A DETACHED HOME
THIS 1* YOUR CHANCE. PRICE ONLY $5,150.
It 11. R. HOWENSTEIN 00.. 910 G at. A.w.
IOR ._1&-OIXMBIA HEIGHTS-ON ONE OF
TIlE BEST STREETH IN THIS SUBIVISION
3-story bay-window Roman brick: 10 rooms, tiled
bath. concrete cellar; furnace beat; built an the
reception hall plan; kitchen on l1rat floor; hard
wood fnish. IN OOOD CONDITION AND ON
TERMS TO SUIT PtRIIASKR. ONLY $6.250.
It H. It. HOWENS1EIN CO., 910 G at. n.w.
WOR SALE-ON NEW JERSEY AVE. N.W A
neat 7-room and bath bhnwe; in good co o;
rented for $23.50. PRICE ONLY $2,80.
it H. It. I10WENbTIN CO., 910 G at. nw.
FOR SAE-A 12% PER CUENT INVESTMENT
Near 14th at. n.w.. we have two nest [email protected]; In
gm-Ai condition; RENTED FOR $9 EACH. WIL
GO 'IN) QUICK Bl'YEt FOR $850.
it H. ft. HOW ENSTKIN CO.. 910 G at. n.w.
FOR SALE-A SNAP-2 StMAL- BRICK HOUSES.
14% investment. Good repair. Always rented.
BARBElt & SIMS. 615 14th at. n.w. fe2O-ft*
FOR SIX - 210 E ST. N.W.. 11 ROOMS, 2
baths: modern plumhing; brick stable; large
rooms, pantries and closets.; excellent condition;
easy te-rms. G. W. WEBER, 1383 F (basement).
A SPLFMDID OFFER.
Owner desirous of livi in Boston, offers his
splendid home at a greay reduced price. Cost
him $13.0W; he will take $11,000; $2,000 or $3,000
cash. bmlat:ce can remain for years at 4%%. A
aubstantial 1-room brick dwelling. heated by a
tirst-class hot-water plant; lot 23x120. A 2-story
brick stable and with c,achman's rooms. A most
desirable location near 14th and Mass. ave.
119-2t STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & ;08 F at. n.w.
F4ot SAl.E iR EXCIIANGE-ON CAPITOL IILL
Being .oml..lled to sacrifice my beautiful 8-room
and bath house, with all modern improvements;
ronvrete cellar; hot-water heat; lot 18100. Cost
over $6.0(ml to build. Will make a reduction of
more thau_$.,00, or will exchange for neat 6
room house. Bux 2=2, Star ollice. fel8-St
FOR SALF-MUST BE SOLW AT ONCE-THOR
ough modrin 8-room house, well located in n.w.
has 8 rooms; porcelain bath; large closets and
pantries; donble back porches; concrete cellar and
furnace. Th's house Is rented to Al tenants for
$3(050 a month. Will sell for small cash payment
and balat:ee monthly. at the low price of $4.000.
Box 246 mar office. fe18-3t
The $49,000.00 appropriated by the U. S. Senate
the other day for extending 14th street one mile
further NORTil Is booming the sale of lots at
North Columbia Heights. This also means the
early extension of the 14th street car line. You
must b!iy Defore (NOT AFTER) the extension of
this important thoroughfare if you wish to receive
the great increase in values that Ia sure to follow.
Lots. 3liC to 85c. a a. ft. Terms, $50 to $100
cash, balance $15 to $0 monthly. or one-third
cash, balance one. two and three years. Five per
cent discounted for cash. Money loaned to build.
For full particulars drop postal, telephone or call
for new 16-pge illustrated booklet, plat, &c.
ULTON R. GORDON.
Telephone Main 58-M. 704 14th at. n.w.
FOR SALE - DOWN TOWN. FASHIONABLX
northwest section, 8-story brick; 9 rooms and
bath; steam heat; economleal lot; rent $3; only
$5.0v; good investment or Ane home.
GANNON & SUMMERS,
fel-t 1422 F at. n.w.; 'phone main 2900.
FOR SALE-THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS AND
Satisfactory way to buy real estate is through
this bureau; bsiness confidential. THE TEI,U
BU-RO. 1505 Pa. ave. ja10-m
FOR SALE-HOUSE ON STH ST. N.W., COM
paratively new; 7 rooms and bath; corner of
alley. Price, $4,000. WEAVER BR6S.. 1416 If
at. n.w. fe&-tf
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE,
HOME PROPERTIES IN GEORGETOWN.
-You can buy the most desirable homes in
Georcetown for very much less than you'd pay
in any other part of Washington. because
- realty values are not unduly inated. Some
bargains on our list now.
The Miller-Shoemaker Real Estate Co.
1323-1325 32d st. 'Phone West 40.
MONEY TO LOAN
In any amount from $10 to $g00, on furniture.
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest ratee.
We loan for the interest only, and do not want
your furniture. If you now have a loan we will
p-ay It off and advance you more money. All
transactions quick and private.
NO ADVANCE CHKARGES.
NOTHING DEDUCITED FROM LOAN.
928 F St., Atlantic building,
f,20 9-> Roonm 74..
You Want Money?
Get It From Us. -
It costs you only a reasonable in
terest; you can make your own
terml, and get as much money am
We will take up other loans and
ahow you the advantage in dealing
with us. Furniture Pianos an
other Household or kersona Prop
erty accepted an security.
SLrted people need no nraer.
Capital Loan GuaranteeCo.
f02 F. 602 F. 60 F. an F.
DO YOU NEED
We loan from $10.00 to P500.00 on turniture,
pianon, horses, wagons. etc.. and you get the full
amount you ask for, and the samne day you ask
Our rates are as low as any, and you make
your own terms. No trouble to give rates and
explain our method.
Mutual Loan & Trust Co.,
918 F St. N.W.,
ROOMS 13 AND 14, NATIONAL UNION BLDG.
B Have a Bar'I
of maoney to lead on furniture,
pisnoe* &c. No delay. Goods are
not dIsturbed. You return the
money in small payments. If you
haealoan ad need more mey
wecan fix you gp. Baslnees eon.
Surety Loan Company,
Ste 1, 2d F:.er. Warder BIdS., 5th and F Sig.
OA NS ademe furnttre, pla,s
cehemitate if yea want seomeg, as ye
4S e esa ma your own term., and we
maeno la6mirlee asso.g your netgh
U ber., frienda r employe. Tam.
S tractions with as are net pub
0 Rished. Everything atitly casdde.
tial. If yen wand he ease meger
time and worry--mB UB,
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 F St. N.W.
ALL BORROW FROM US.
JudSiag from the hundreim of naw accounts we
beve opened durisg the pat few monte as weE
Se the number of ettleelts made wIt other
hempaea, we are led to believe that the ahli
is rapldly getting wise. If yes have not a,alld
yourself thus far, call on as at onee and be ten
yined that we loan meeya ay anst fres
$to $500 at less than th eatee charged W amy
other broker in town.
NATiONAL LOAN & INVESTMENT COMPANY,
N.B. ear. 16th and 0 ate. a.w.
Ratrance en 0 at. Fuerth lIege Frent.
l'OTOXAC RIVER .30OATA.
U. S. RANDALL POTOMAO RIVER LINE 00.
DAILY STEAuMES FOR RIVER LANDINGI.
Monday and Wedesemy at 4 fm. bar siver land.
to aCoonIaI Beach, Celtona mmad Isam ia
corerand Neomisi creak, Vs., Setuap
at 7 a.m. foe Colonial Beach and Iatermediate
omnand =tg mNota creek.
Landings wilt alao he made at Chapel Pei
~udya down and Sunday. a; In Lower Mschn
eek Weimeeay down ol.
UNITED STATUS MAIL ROUTE,
WASHINGTON, D). C., TO GLYMONT. MD.
and latermedfiato badiga.
'Ehe STEAMER ESTErL-E RANDAlL-DaB, us.
Slwvd a,atil witia a half hemret ansaam
U. 5. U.ANDAie *g hme ly. GM.
0. CA tPINTE Gemm ~ h Waa
THlE WEEMS STEAMBnAT 00.
Potomace Rvr Bete-Winer ce aae
Osadafter Daeseme U the -e--m- Pmesmas
E leave 7th at. wharf (rIya .
altai and r3 t~w
weBlioewe ue t m. nl
FOR S&L-UM AWW
go aeebet asm nonow"stee
terath. Setadwe for aarNamWm td
ings. A geat ba= w t" at 010e.
fel6-1t-6 637 3dTru F NW
The $0.6.e appriatsied by the U.SL flem
the other dayhe eneatis- o th street om" as8
further is bo the sale dt lets Jt
North Columbia Heights. also a the
earty extensios of the 14k sItree ear llm. Tai
must buy 'efore (NOT AFTER) the .bsi of
this insportant theseughfare it ye wipb to
the great Increase In values that Is sure to=
Lots, We. to 35c. a aq. ft. Terms $50 to
cash, balance $15 to $X monthly, or
cash, b%lanee une, two and three ear. Five
cent discounted far eash. Mosey =to -e
For full particulars drop postal, telephone or call
for new 3m ilstrated booklet, plat &e.
Telephone Main 508-K. 10 14th . M.W -
FOR SALE-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
.W. CORNER KENYON AND 18TH;
100 ft. x 150 ft.
STORY a WESCOTT. O16 1Tth at.
FOR S,ALE-A SPLENDID BUILDING LOT. 5W,
sq. 106, between 17th ad 18th n.w.; 2fi:I;
in the fashionable section. Apply to CKARL.
C. LANCASTUR. Owner. 1419 0 mt. n.w. fell-tf
FOR SAT.&-CHOICE BUILDING LOTS IN NORTH
BrIghtwoed. right on Brightwood ave.; the best
and cheapest lots in the D strict; now Is the tse
to buy. A to CHARLES C. LANCASTER.
Owner, 141 at: n.w. full-t
POR SALK-LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
IN ALL SEKTIONS.
YOU'LL SAVE TIME AND MONEY
BY GETTING OUR LIST.
IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS
ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON EIGHTS.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 and SM F at. aw.
Violet and X-Ray.
RUPTURE CURED THRO W
truss. We can cure you of your rupture without
pain or lose of time. Are you troubled with ner
vous debility. loss of memory. headache, dilsnefst
palpitation of heart, eruptions on body, loss of
sleep. kidney trouble, diseases of genito-urtuary
organs, varieocele. lack of strength? Consult the
DISEASES PECULIRETO WOMEN A
Office hours, 10 am. to 12; 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.;
Tuesday and Saturday till 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 .s_.
U. S. Medical Institute,
fel4-t",2 1233 PA. AVE. N.W.
DR. FISK ELGIN, 316 EAST CAPITOL, GRAD
nate of 1877-Treats chronic and acute diseasm
of both sexes and any nature successfully. MedI
cine furnished at offlee. All professional matters
strictly con. Prices moderate. 'Phseo
A 2W-A. . f*7-2K4te
K NUNU 12th
RegularGraduate Two Schools.
Authorised to treat Diseasek of the Brain and
Nervous System, Skin, Bleed. Heart. Stomach, Liv.
or. Kidey Bladder, Noe, Threat and Luago.
Stricture, Yaricocele and Hydrmcel* cured without
cutting or operaxion. No pain. No loss -of time.
Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organs
promptly relieved and permanently cured by safe
metheds. Vitality restored. Charges low. Free
consultatlow In person or by letter. Hours, 10 to I
and 3 to 6; Sunday. 10 to 1; Wednesday and Sat
urday evennm I to S.
she Well-known German Specalist.
81 rH ST. N.W.
1 years peranently sated in Washiagton cit.
His seeess In tre old and so-called Jarabe
cases Is aor lde by the pubic. &Wd pmoft&
AM. See tee s a hs oes.
RUPTURK pernsazowrt cured withaft 1=00aU
less of time. X-RAY or [email protected] di is
and tmatmet. CURES cancer impotmey, stre.
turs. vark-ce* hydrocele.
WAr lhsad private dasest;WH
Expert specialist; 31 years' pmeetice. Lung, throat.
catarrh. deafn and all blood diseases without
mercury or potash. Also diseases and conditions
pecultar to both &exe. t-ktly eqoidential. Con
Cor. 13th and G Sts.
ise rtson inhe core of an sec d.aw N.
2= 21--h-dcceel, Stic fre831
Blood aeae form tW%=T..4.e.
002 F at. n.w. aolT-tf.
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE.
WASHINGTON, D. C., 'POST OFFIC8 NOTICE.
Should be read daily, as changes may occur at
FOREIGN MJ(ILS are dispatched to the ports of
sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted
overland transit. For the week ending February
21, 1903. the last connecting loses will be made
from tho MAIN OFFICE as follows:
FRIDAY-(e) At 11:25 '.M. for BEIUM direct.
per s.s. Vaderland, from New York. Mail must be
directed "Per s.a. Vaderland." (c) At 11; P.I.
for EUROPE, per v.s. Lucania, from New York
via Queenstown. (c) At 11:25 PM.., for ITALY
direct, per a.. Neckar, from New York. Man must
be directed "Per s.s. Neckar."
MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES. ETC.
FRIDAY-(c) At 11:25 P.M. for BERMUDA, per
s.s. Pretoria. from New York. (c)At 11:5 P.M. for
PORTO RICO, CURACAO and VENEZUBLA.per as..
Philadelphia, from New York. Mail for SAVANIL
LA and CARTAGENA must be directed "Per s.s.
Philadelpia." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for FORTUNE
ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA and OARTA
GENA, pes.s. Alone, from New York. Mall for
COSTA ROA must ho directed "Per e.s. Alen."'
(c) At 11:25 P.M. for HAITI and SANTA MARTA,
per u.s. AdIrondack, from New York. Mail for
PETIT GOAVE must he directed "Per us.. Adiron
dack." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CENTRAL A MERIrCA
(except Costs Rica) and SOUTH PACIFIO PORTS,
per's... Allianca, from New York, via Colon. Let
ter mail for GUATEMALA muat be directed "Per
s.. Amlinea." e) At 11:25 P.M. for YUCATAN,
pr u.. Tiomo, rom Ne York, via Prors.(C)
from New York. Mall for CRACAO, VENEZ
UEILA, TRINIDAD. BRITISH and DUT*CI GUI
ANA most be directed "Per s.. Prn Win. L."
(e) At 11:25 P.M. for ST. THOMAS, ST. CROIX,
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS; also
BRITISH, DUTC.H and FRECH GUIANA. per u..
Thordisa, from New York. Mail for GRENADA
and TRINIDAD must he directed "Per i... Thor..
disa." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BRAZIL, per s..
Syracusa, from New York. via Macelo and Rio
Janeiro. Mail1 for NORTHERN BRAZIL, ARGEN
TINE, URUGUAY and PARAGUAY must be di
rected "Per a.s. Syracusa.". (c) At 11:25 P.M. for
CURAOAO and VENEZUELA, per us.. Noso from
New York. via Puerto Cahello and Maracalbo.
SATURDAY-(f) At 10:05 A.M. for the BAHA
MAS. per steamer from Miami, Fla.
Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North.
Sydney and thence via steamer, close here daily
except Sundays. at 12:00 M., and on Sdaysa
11:30 A.M. Theonetn loses are maeon
Mondays, Wednee ansld aturdays. (d) (k)
Malls for MIQUELN, by rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here daily, except Sun
da at12:0 ., and on Sundays at 11:3
CUBA MAILS close here via Port Thapa, FIa.,
Monday, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:30
Malls for MEIO overland, unless specially ad
dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing from New
York, close here daily at 10:05 A.M, and 10:-00
Mails for BErImi, PUERTO CORTES and
GUATinMALA, by rail to New Orleans ad thece
via steamer, close here dail at 10:05 A.M and
10:00 P.M.. the connecting clesfor which being
Mal fo C A RICA, by rail to New Ores
ad thence via seamer, close here daily at 10:0
A.. ad 10:00 P.M.. the eeameettag eleses ber
wmM TRANPCII AILS.
Mails for *CH1NA and JAPAN, via Tacoas,
close here diyat 6:0 P.M. to Peeary 3U,
Misfr HAWAII iaSan Frnlso ce hee
daily at 6:30 P.M. up 10 Fobruary U* etu~s,
Mail be t *U IPINN I-AlDS via Ian
Framcisee, close here diyat 6:50 PM. ugto Feb.
r3ry4, I.neave, for dipteh per U. S.trans
Mais for *CHINA. JAPAN, HAWAII and WD.
INPPENI WL-ID5, yIn San FPasetee, elotheshre
d..,. t.. 60PM up 1.F.b..Sm. .eja..e, fo
ILI5ti AUSRLA (xetWest AustralIa
,mails which are spthdva~p.and thuse
for NEW EEALAN which Sp. via lea 'Fraueigeg
and FIUI ISLANDS, via Vansser and Vieteria,
B. C., elose here inl at 6:30 P.M. after Fesru
ary 14 and up to Febuar U laJne,sr e.
Maltsr fecp those for West
Australia which are dIpthdvia
ZEALANb, wPII. anda as_AWi5 aSa
Franiets, else here daily at PM. P.M. Teb.
re U and up 5 arch T, toelasie, bee d.
Mails berAHmaTI and AGEA IWAaw
.1. Sa- yr-as cinse here ds~at 6:3 P.M.
&dP5toae IS, beikmve bere -er ms.
*e fl for 0COCHIN CHiNA .ms diaebdt
New Yeek, N. Y., for anmedem wit rg pg
*P H-TPIE SLND (mUtary ggils
re. e... e m 8r.-.mle ,.s,..
""nMMallaena at the aMAr er.
11(39 ae 4nes: )At 6:ss P.M. ase day(b
(4) at 5:3 AM mm. dayl a t#s
day; (ii at 9:35 AM sam
8:30 nameat A.M.
80.."It 2*42k omdwt to
12wTst-W0 W. F. BHAW.
TW eLorane, ..mmm AC
The- westminster K:,a.%.,
aum &. e B e S37
THE SEASIDE HOUSE.
e"not. seewa healOe. T_ -
warm.ean Ecomfortable. EnleLed waf to
.O Ca 80. Oe r Glf ,rileges.
jal-2s VANS aO.
fbl14-2t-10 w. Pn. COW.
barpe the yeate ah.Eatr. Hotaand ha
sta m-he rn~ Aroom wth e c ta.
se Whestra Ar A"
me f2 trekl i n -w x
TH E ST.SICHRE,
Ocean-frNtmoenwtl Open zler
ae vateabat sen fre a. r,sower
ine Rae it B.-ch.- A tlantie City. le pr es.
Sedfrbot whh 12. t w l- e
bordal ane ocean. Hot ater bodath s a
Ja PAYlATRNt&Wir.VAS& O,
fe1te.0 acctmdaoes and o re.-lg
ateam-eatedrooms Ithe ecelty 100lm
n$e5 Yr aend; $zooa .a c the a March
HO1'EL ~ ~ ttckd ROBThG.eOT ARLN
ya c.500 P:.. PiTE grrd
THE SUOT TENNRLES VBNA
;t$ new th.8 ae ed.t
Hoe ATlANTIC CITY.el,
torgia ae . hle locek Atn tie Iy .3
Ope al he ea.Not apndodse a
*th'. prvatt bathe lao t and rnst healtehe
fuornshd oth rome th ciat ~ A _
fOr r eathELakr. TbANice )
ontl erWek; which ovrlo the awp.or-faa
$1h erSh. i aeburnce.Th
Ataric r nity Nupme. CJ.h
Det all ans. iee. f.tr bo,et.
fe26-2lt.10 FA.R A . w OAE.
ataceant., d MOerand opeteos
7 NE WTGINA.KS
Nwok Banl PcfBic ande3s.. abeah. A.o
ca-latern atths at tFo ro ute caleo bI.
bbe;enteCam Bostket. CA .SZ
Winer a tAtlant City. N.W=URe Ma.
THrEro hZUOT, whNi SSh o &er ELk the ARd-a
beat "a lr te year.
bardw. Sang ocater Sa aer batE.
fe-2t9 D &. WILTPreSid.
fe18-2kfty.' A.- ArN
HtOE DENNIS,KL S CO.
a near beah eof t e a stam hea l. -
&TLLN1 caact ITYo P . N.DIER MJ.
feesWaT BE . fB
T H ELONPENNHUS T,VE NA
Sftah;t n braapitd hotel - ulig tam
eelin- eat an, ahod rmr
tessAm h ol aloc Bea waro . A ntire
No et aydoeThapTablpen ean WaerviPlungs.
Win,g25 aM,S h a .hAtoble
as Booklet. W. L. ANG, G MO.
Ope sat brear. Eeor t sre la"l.eat"
bet VSnprginr. Ae and BeTe =
Atlantic City, N. t.
a-bv e O t h evy ftre. Phsa . a d nues .
for 'estand'"*nitnes."Te"'.; sericefir",
fe2-"t.10 . I. PB U.
ha. SM arlor ugh AHouseE
ATLANTIC City. N. .
tirectl e-own h oe trea pe al tohe st
ne1-t.10 TE.n &.3 RAPPSEYT.
On Ocean Front and adjoining the ftmom Board
walk Built of Brick and LfL moane PIA.
OSa water bath. attached to suita alees public.
Excellent Cafe. Booklet.
JR2-21t-0 ROBERT T. DUNLOP.
Atlantic City. N. ..
RemaiD open throusboet the yean. Every law
eofot and convenlence for winter guests. Golf
privileges. Rinnlug water Ia bed mem.
IVAYMORR HOTHL (n.
jal-82t. D. L WHITE Presiden
Kentucky ave. near Beach; center o. all attrac
tion.; every hotel appointment; exceptional lux
nry e In cuine. Booklet.
felg-St -A. R. MARION.
ATLANTI CITY N.Je.
OPi6thtroughout the year. The winter month.
most delrtal at the seashore.
DEa directly facing the ocean and BeswaJk
Oappointed and coeducte
codnsea"tr in Mae baths.Glfinpr
Ileges. WALTER .BUZBT. flStl
Miceigan ave second bome from beach and board
waXk A hig-casea, homesike hotel with refine
urroudpingand patronage. Zvery appointment.
inluin elevaLr,staDm eat, ta. oetc. Op.
WILA U OD
$15 t E e eW-.- m.
er alkr at th sbeak o
ar wnt Hap e %ftl C t. aw.
WANTD-TUTOR IN EW- LATIN ANEI
ebedry-e bey enteeabaM in JNG. A4
dress, Stting expedhace an zdg -est .
SHORTHAND AND TPSEINTUMIG TAUGT IN
lie sUTe= teachftW
GUARANTEED. - Even a ,specialIt.
Addfews- Be 1, Star Ir ftIT-4ft
Private ito' Ates esp.s"M -d
fe17-che* Star Uese.
KIS= NArAr CIVIL SlIt i N .TTU,
o st.- n.w.-Tharstadents ia ste.
YM.d z==&ftft and etbar
e.,,g...d --- ig-dd.' a
ditti... New el... bsgl2*a ad advance.
SPASMH 4 LY LEARSM; NATITE A24W
teaher; 5 s at therit
MRS . W. KAMLY-S 8TUIW REOTI TO
MET1=0TT BUILDIG. 1110F S N.W.
PIANO, MANDOLIN, GUITAR,
RANJO-The Thom" S 12 st. S.W.
AV EA)CUMIN IND IMARTR.
)KART HETzELL GARGER.
Address Gertrdo Buckin.eaf Tkomas,P ielpa
Speed dictation In shofth2pd end typewritina.
Special attention to letter writing; tabulatin
rough draft and coy matter on the machine. First
princiles of shorthad tborowgbly' taught. Prae
Cial ltation from amanuenis work to court r
pig JANJIT M. SIRREN
2t-8 1423 n.w.. second doow.
COLUMBIA CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Piano, Organ, Violin, &c.
oC28-104t* 802 Mt. Vernon Place.
FRENCH EPOKEN. READ, UNDERRTOOD IN
l essen.; good pronunciation, easy method.
ScholopeedIn summer; fte clans room at
814 Ind. ave. n.w. TL. V. PRUD'BOMME
WASGTON DRAMATIC CONEaYATOR,
1114 F ST. N.W.
M. AURELIA BARRINGTON, Dk"etbeL
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L,YNN'S BUS.ESS COLUGA STH AND I.
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FRENCH, German, SPANISH, etc.
Method awarded two gold - two silver medals
at the Paris ExpoitOn Of 1A. Ia author dee
orated Chevalier of the LepWoR of Honor.
Ability In conversing, reading.
BERLITZ wi'."",""d translati.g acquired
Day and evening class or pri
SCHOOL. ate. Established in lW3. Over
SCHO0I pie last school year.
Prof. A. GONARD, Principal.
T28 14th. Esg terms. sel7.tf
ST. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCMOOL, DRESSMAK.
I.LA new department has been opened in which
ind = 9ris wHA be taught cuttiw
Attngan o me nlg., For particulan.
appl 1.theschool. 2023 UsL, n.vi.. washing
NORTH GERMAN LLOYI
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tNeckar...Feb. 21, nasa AlbertJaar., Scome
* .Mar. 14. 4Trave....Apr. 4, 10 am
$Weimar..Mar. 31, 9miP. Irene.. Apr. 11 4 pm
*Calls at Algie- tS&s to Gibraltar, ras,
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J. r. DROOP, a5 Pa. ave.
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COMPAGIE GENERALE TRANSATIANTIQUJ.
Direct Line to Havre-PatU Wrane".
Seln O"rr~ Thursday at 10 am.
Fom Pie. 42. Nora River. tt matist .. N.T.
La Champagne. .Feb. 28 *La Lorraine....Mar. 19
'La Savoie. Mar. La Champagne..Mar. 2.
La Bretagne... .Mar. 12 *La Yavcle. Apr. 3
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St Paul.. .Feb. 25. 10 am I St Paul.. .Mar. 18. 10 a
Philad'a..Mar. 11,.10 am Vadler'd. .Mar. 21, 10 sa
_Red Star Line
KroonF'd.Feb. 28, 10 am |Finland. .Mar. 14, 10 am
Zeeland..Mar. 7, 10 am Vaderl'd..Mar. 21, 10 em
Compay' Washingo Oce 1 t635. n.w.,
Twin-Sterew Express and Passenger Survies.
Pennsylvania..Mar. 7 Waidersee..April 4
Patricia....Mar. 14 Deutschland. .. .April 9
Bluecher....Mar. 21 Moltke........April 16
Pretoria....Mar. 28 Pennsylvania... April 18
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 37 D'WAY, N. 1.
E. F. DROOP & SONS. 925 Pa. are.
EUROPE AND THE ORIENT.
$235 AND UPWARD, EVERYTHING INCLUDED.
D. (I. Pfeiffer, 1324 P St.
$S Teeth That Fit
and Bridewor.' P".n.e'E.trat
UNION DENTAL PARLOUS,
-U. S. Dental Association
a--be- the Ideatio..
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Ousr the Bat Sltsend opposits Wa*. B.
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TIE SENATE YIELDEI
ADSONMD ms U 105
GA AD -n
Objecteu to a Vote m the Colombia
Canal Treaty Temorow-Mr.
Quay With im.
After the reading of the Colombian con
stitution had been concluded in the exec
tive mession of the Senate yesterday. whcb
required about two hours' time. Senatol
'Depew asked if the translation was correct
Senator Mason replied that it wa, vhid
assurince, Mr. Depew said, was thorought
Senator Morgan then bontinued the speeel
he had begun Wednesday. He discussed
especially what he characterized as a dis
crepancy between the terms of the act of
June 28 last, authorizing the purchase 01
the Panama Canal Company's franchisel
and property and the terms of the treaty.
He quoted from the treaty the clause pro
viding for the lease of the canal zone, and
from the act the language of the second
seetion authorizing the President to acquire
perpetual control of a strip of land ail
miles in width, and charged that the twi
were utterly inconsistent.
The presentation of this point led to an
animated debate, In which seven or eight
senators joined, Senators Rawlins. Bacon
and Daniel being among the speakers or
the democratic side of the chamber and
Senators Hoar, Spooner and Depew among
the republicans who spoke. In the main
the democratic sermitors contended that the
treaty does not coincide with or carry oul
the terms of the act, and that, therefore,
another act of appropriation would be
necessary before the treaty ould be aade
In Effect PerpetuaL -
The republicans pointed out that the leaum
provision in the treaty looked to the con
tinued renewal of the lease, which in effect,
they said, would give the "perpetual con
trol" provided for In the canal act.
At 5:30 o'clock Mr. Quay asked Mr. Mor
gan if he was willing to desist. Mr. Mor
gan yielded and Mr. Quay moved to a&
Journ. The vote resulted 15 ayes to 36 noes
Senator Teller then moved to take a recess
This motion also was voted down. The re
sult brought out the declaration from Mr.
Teller that nothing would be gained by
harsh measures. Senator Cullom accepte4
this view, and himself moved a recess until
8 p. d\. There was no opposition, and thu
Senate dispersed a few minutes before 4
When they reconvened at 8 o'clock there
were comparatively few senators presetit,
and the presiding officer scarcely had called
those present to order when the point of nc
quornm was made.
Xr. Xorgan Continues.
After thirty-five minutes a quorum wag
obtained, and Senator Morgan proceeded
until 11 o'clock, when, on motion of Sena
tor Cullom, the Senate took a recess until
11 o'clock today. Senator Morgan devoted
his evening diseourse largely to the rela
tion of the Colombian government to the
Catholic Church. .He quoted at length the
concordat between the pope and the presi
dent of the republic, and asserted that the
isthmlan iovernment Is practically dictated
by thb Catholic Church, and especially by
the Jesuit order. This, he said, would be
true In the canal zone as well as in other
parts of the country, and he contended thal
if the treaty should be ratified the United
States would find that it had entered intQ
an undesirable and unAmerican alliance
He was not willing to suspend at 11 o'clock,
and said he was quite prepared to continue.
Just before the close of the session Sena,
tor Cullom sought unanlmous- consent to fit
a time for a vote tomorrow, but Senatol
Morgan objected. Senator Quay also said
that he would object unless an agreemeni
to vote on the statehood bill also could be
&USSA READY TO PAY.
Will Settle Claims of Certain Aieri.
Count Cassini, the Russian ambassadol
here, has notified Assistant Secretary
Peirce, who represented the United States
in the arbitration of the claims of certain
American sealets against the Russian gov
ernment, that he is in receipt of funds from
St. Petersburg to pay the amount of the
award. Accordingly Mr. Peirce had ax
expert compute the interest which had ac
crued in these cases and submitted the
statement to the an4bassador. As it standg
the total of the Judgment is now $165,31A
made up of these separate awards, which in
chude accrued interest: Cape Horn Pigeon,
$63,033; James Hamilton Lewis, $47,6t4; C.
H. White, $52,169; Kate and Anna, $2,427.
The Senate committee on commerce has
authorized a favoraible report on the bill
providing for the punishment of offenses
committed. at sea. The measure applies es
pecially to passengers. The existing liu
has application only to offenses committed
The Senate committee on military affairs
has reported fa'. oraibly the nominations of
Brigadier Generals Ludington, Breckinridge
and Wade to be major generals and Wal
lace F. Randolph to be brigadier general
and chrief of artillery..
Senator Quarles has Introduced an amend
ment to the sundry civIl appropriation bill
providing for the estabtohmnent of military
camp sites at Camp Douglass, Wis.; Fort
lamn Houston, Tex., and at San Luis Obis
po, Cal. The mel.sure has the approval of
the Sennte committee on military affairs.
THINK IT OVER.
SOMETHING YOU CAN SEE IN ANY REg'AU.
RANT OE CAFE,
A phyaician put. the query: Have you never
noticed in any large restaurant at lueh or dianne
time the large number of hearty, vigor,.. old mea
at the tables; men whose ages run from 10 to 83
years; many of them bald and all perhags gray,
but anos et them feeble or menilet
Perhaps the apectacle ises comma. as to havE
eae peer observt or commat, but never
thelm-- it I. an object lesson which meas me.
If ye. wfi mte. what theme hearty old falUsuu
am --atny pea wul observe that they am no4
"i==ling bran eraeremaer shegeely picbing theia
w taman= as mat cad ot newaa= hesltb
beds,em the comtraiy, th eem to usemr a juegq
east et beef, a properly tamed loea ot mtean
and eves the *adly brslied lobster hs met -ato
The pegst of a3 this is that a vigorous oid age
deende ame good digethen ang piemt of whol.
-eb foleed and not spot dietigs ad en eaddeayes
to live spem bram merea.
T~he a certain class ot bed eracbs,simo sem
to believe that meet, eense and ange etber goed
things are rank poises, but theme eaiavesm,
sickly look'sg'lndiyetmba amea walbisigamben
tien of their own thori.-=
eese -1s anr -dstUies ju- si ==tm
qanti asy weemoSeed wiR he ginm
anda; if the stomach des mti. am and mee
tain Esols camse distaess e or' two,-of Steart's
Dyspess suIl Ihe.amasb-ass w1g..em-nd
an=="aamb, e, mm tge$el absm;'Mastm
mtsyagpsessi Tat. do not act usam thn
hoteds, a, ta ihet, sa-not strelly a aMeie
:as Iher pet et5et ethiey em Ihe fe~ndstn
~Misthegr tma 1 and thusa s assa-e .
needed asst ae M aa -flt r 4b ad
SOf ss -0 tssiaamb~4mRs et
lisgts -chssg I eaIs.- ek
of ssne as ne* msketa
PYTINS 11 SESSION
Meeting of Diatrict Grand
.Lodge Last Evening.
THIE ANNUAL REPORTS
GRAID CHANC=T.T& REVIEWS
WOBE OF A YEAR.
Electio of Officers for Ensmug Year
to Be Held This Even
The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias
assembled last evening at the castle hall of
SyracuslanzW Lodge, 902 Pennsylvania Aye
nue northwext. Nearly all the grand rep
resentatives were present, together with a
large number of past chancellors. Much in
terest attaches to the preeent Grand Lodge
session, owing to the near approach of the
Pythian fair, and the fact that the officers
no'r elected will serve dTuring the fortieth
year In the history of the fraternity.
Pythianism was born In Washington Feb
ruary 19, 186. and a large number of the
original members are still alive In the order.
Several of them are members of the Grand
Lodge and one of these, David L. 'Burnett,
of Calanthe Lodge, No. 11, was one of the
five members of the fraternity who are
known an its founders. The other 'found
erW'' were Justus H. Rathbone, Robert A.
Champion, Edward S. Kimball and W. H.
Burnett. Messrs. Rathbone and Champion
have long since passed away, but the other&
are all yet living.
Pythtanism has grown from the small be
ginning of five members In 1M6 to nearly
000,000 members, distributed In fifty-four
Daid . unt
ode. I sgangrp Idl nmebr
-hp and duigatya evrygrn
odge exceting hree,repored ainces
aneinas -of yDetineont Gerago.
Lodi g e a t cadvaen eint t
esetin fOfrsowre Esingatead
to Bdited Hyeld. Th e Ev e ur
in te ea wre Sspnson.i;ngt-.
heGrand Lodgeof K1 ght Beofrt a
amledi aalept last evening. atehl o
faid: "orhwest Neayall teidan rep
esetves uenrte prtesn reoponhebwity
olate numbcer of past chancellors Muc tin d
marest attachers to th pretent as Lode
srest wngen ao the ne aprwo henIcie
tha honr, ante facts tAt tea oime
nI elemied yuwul ve urn thet foeth
yea inrtheg theitret of theuraternity.
order.in n.n tta ranism a br inWhigo Fae
ruarte my, dune and athre bembt of ite
oigina withutberst ae stilaie it ih or
haverbnal thatyare oeldedesore,horGrand
Lode..a oe t se Daid L.ourntt.y
of Caofanthe Lodge No. notw n of the*
fie em e ofneb the ristawho af
Buntt nesrs Raethaon tan fCuehao
thae n asirdne ased awy,to h o thewr
aegal ettigt ing ts=sy $rE
Pyand hsgowarom e a e
6OO,OO~members ditrbued n fifty-our
lodges It is gain rapily ng mnemer
hada ttallos ofonl uf(amemers. a
In hi doai te odeg i oin mc
bright uniforms added much to the b eauty
of the visitations, and the officers and mem
bers of the severea companies displayed
much Interest In the visitations, for which
I am thankful. To the grand lecturer es
pecially I owe a debt of gratitude and
thanks. Past Chancellor W. H.L G. Sim
mons was appointed to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Grand Lecturer
G. F. Day. That he capably carried out the
arduous duties of the office and exemplified
the work of the ritual in an entertaining
and Instructive manner all who heard him
will attest. His assistance to me In making
the visitations fruitful and Interesting was
Invaluable. I1 desire to express my sincere
thanks.to the Grand Lodge officers for their
punctuality in attendance .upon all these
meetings and the Interest manifested In all
matters pertaining to the good of the order
all during my administration. I also wish to
extend to subordinate lodges my hearty
thanks for the aid given by them In making
the v1sitations a great success, for it was
through their efforts that they were suc
"I have received a comumnication fromn
Webster Lodge, No. 7, for a decision In re
gard to whether the subordinate lodge or
the Uriform Rankl performs the last serv
tces at the grave on the occasion of a
funeral of a deceased brotiher. In answer
I decide as followa: 'The subordinate lodge
has tull control, and the question should be
determined by It, bearing In mnn the cour
tesy, either to an outside orgwriatton or
to another branch of our beloved order,
which may and should on that solemn oc
caslon control Its action."
"On April 4 I called a meeting of the oi
cers of the Grand Lodge to meet with thea
comninittte of.forty-dlve for the purpose of
m9king arrangements for the cominr
Knights of Pythias fair. At this meeting
the commnittee was effectively orgaafted by
the election of officers and'the appoinftient
of the various subcommittees. The work
for the fair to now In their bnan, aand go
far good results have been accomplished.
"It gives me greA pleasure to Inforin you
taat the future of the military brannh of
our order looks brighter and unquestionably
more encouriging to Its friends than It ha"
for some years past. The compan bawe
all elected their oficers for theenug
year, and In every case they have re-elect*
thie old officera. This speaks well for teia
and shows theA they have attended faith
fully to -their duties, and ths.t the membera
have apprecaed the same. '7trey all un
drtntir. uis n a opt i
any ofBcer of me NtionlGur r eu
la o sndarrak.I op tatths an
Indg wil cotine toencurag thm b
briort uoms addbren muc teore beuatyi
otme istsixcllnt fandtures ocomeand them
pors nbl of thi rankcompaies isplaeit
deurch iTeree o in thiais, formaich4
"Tom thankful.ero tandan commitero e
GrcandLod I esa deto grtien earny
thanks. Past handtelrW H.v exene tio
cauedrn by ereinsation, and Lestrer
extend Day. hat the apaler carrid out th
bruuis of the odinae ndesmpifierd
thepork of Keprita of aecrd eneaL
and strctir mannecrd all whSeard hnr
wiletst shis tasswetace tml making
therisatinfl and fiannateorestWig was
inewaladge a desien einssue the sincer
tonst hae Genrngthdened,cerd for the
puocguetyas compedt ae pnallestmes.
mTis aifytng condtres anifeeed brought
aoters pertiby t the goodg of twe order
expeence and sbordineslodthodm harty
tah uisiios aeceatycs for itreerasn
"thog thers sessortn tha teupre Lodge
c etan eefwuaote,ad. ol
for te Rtwe t-e yeatrs csay:t n
ti tha otae reeee co mnctio frote
la rgard to htsubrdiadte logeaor
theee Ufrord an perorm beathorstsev
Icesht at the prie o the iofa
furml ofpe of decrds brote."I nse
Dtrine byiteariovinediny the cnaur
tesy,t ether or n othide oraiation oEr
the anlohrinofs oast belove orer
wercy may Me hould odg t Ja soe ;c
Wilia AB.l4 alledn Ea. am g ofghg, f
uars 1o; A.e Gra. Ige. merent wit thed -
Lodig Marcha3g;emrns T.orte Ca mng
Lodge.s ofr 16;a air. At'Drisl metnr
Lode, letemb oer ando hep appoetmeatu
ofa toe, aosbcomitt:s. "=fle..wo..
Gorgte fAii Mn ion irbade, andrs
far god reso.t havorier ennumLedg.
ourorde l:ooksr rier, admnyestoagl,
Aere11 ecuagies to Wtsofinds thn t a
fordsoe, ears s. Boyd coarnes Lsg
llr elete heirsa ofiersy foprithe edge,n
yArg,s an:i evrye cae therme eeec
Sethe ol obers . Thi pekso wellforthe
fLygto tebr dut.s aind that the membte
hmeave aypecae the sme. They6.1 un
desdthe ireo Paties,and can mpt walr
anyeloffc of uper Laona, Gur r. eu
late smlarnk. Ie eht th is Grand M '
Loe ill costeeine tecourage them b
offing eso,aEas .urme reodpriestistea -
dier In-the peas ad t needs,. specuia
eforf m-ne ., big It: beoe-yo ate thi
gs tetime.'-sexele e as commendbhem
selestal and Is eans solt te sup
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