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OF SWA To Prove What the Great Remedy, Swamp-Root, Reader of ' The Star Ms Sent Free by Mail. -461 W. F." Lolines, a prominent business man of S dorsement of the great kidney remedy, Swamp-Ro "Having heard that you could procure a sampl Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.. for a sam pleased after trying the sample bottle that I sent used Swamp-Root regularly for some time, and co loss of appetite and general derangement of the d too close confinement in my business. I can recom 1 am not In the habit of indursing any medicine, b of what Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root has done for (W. F. I.ohnes,)( 43% West High Street. The mild and e%traordinary effect of the world Swamp-Root, is toon realized. It stands the high cases. EDITORIAL NOTE-If you are sick or "feel mer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidu health. A trial will convince any one. You may have ei sample bottle of this great also a biok telling all about Swamp-Root, and con testImonial letters received from men and women to the great .arative properties of Swamp-Root. I be sure to say that you read this generous offer in if you are already convinced that Swamp-Root fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at the drug remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. KUmer's on every bottle. P a Ii Slan Indepen1dent Oil Co. EIAM'FACTURERS 0F THE FINEST GRADEE Or t.UBNICAThNG OLa AND GREASES. One of Washington's New Industries. -WE SELL !ERlFECF LUDRICATION. Why you should huy eur OIs and Greases: Becase they contain the best atocks, far aboe. the average. 3ecat;se the anImal matter we use is aeldless and Because all et our oils and greases are made from Pennsylvai eede Because our olse have Imegired esemplete ieeee. Becads they meet the egineers regetrememts hetter than an other ens. Beause theg a- the best ell-meend ensa ever seedla tii- er ay ether mashet. Decese each gaille is weeth three gaflee et asy - etheren. Because whea pee hey ear ensa gee get ge..at. We bane wltae-weste ts eartoad Iots, beep alu grades and esa give pee attractive grees sa ,,..,t delivery. We..ge .de,e.de.et o..ay t.st OFF1CR AND WAREBOUUZ: FIRST ANDl "M W1I. N.B. 'PHONE RAIf Tmx. e25-If-46 PURE FOOD iuiun MAM .5 en=na m P-R V BTID. [PL BOTTL Kidney, Liver and Bladder Will Do for YOU, Every iy have a Sample Bottle pringfid, Ohio, writes the following strong In- I ot, to the Editor of the Springfield, Ohio, Republie: I -Springfield, Ohio, Feb. 21st, 1903. E e bottle of Swamp-Root, free by mail, I wrote to C pebtlanItwspoplsetIwa60to the drug store and procured a supply. I have nobder It unsurpassed as a remedy for torpid liver, Igestive funetions. I think my trouble was due to mend it highly for all liver and kidney complaints. at in this case I cannot speak too much in praise t me." 1 A i 1 famous kidney and bladder remedy, Dr. Kilmer's E est for its wonderful cres of the most distressing i badly," begin taking the great discovery, Dr. e l eys are -well they will help all the other organs to t t remedy,. Swamp-Root, sent absolutely free by mail. taing many of the thousands-pon thousands of who owe the t good health,di fact their very lives o writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., I The Washington Daily Star. is what you need you can purchase the regular stores everywhere. Don't make any mistake, but Swamp-Root,.and the reas, Binghamton, N. Y.-, HEADAOHEl "My father had been a stfferer from sek head ahremhedy Swapst. swentasoutyfre byar mail.e fun any relef the egan uotaknt your ses whonoe he goo hegathin fasats he va erylve d the headach They ha entirel e h Iascarets do what yon recommend them to do I I t. e kson, h 20 Re snr St., mk In iana, t Ind. best Fo r The 9owets Plapsant, Pathae,s ngTato, N. c., Good father hacen beken oufrr froic 10e.,d-. Anrlunl hae, ben tailng ox aes. wlgvoyuste ponltegenuingei nm. Fo The Handercie Dressat ingal table Potnd athod,D SOcA Newe odI uk Tegnietbe stamd4 .Osate oer ryu os Annal Saeen Millin Boes 18s2 o1th en t. TheORIDA ANe REL [STAESSS TlanA Pepared and 0r Beig We*ed.. NEW WOKE IN PROBPE'T EODEE f HOTEL UA NINaM o DPOT.U UNION RaXLUADa D3roT. [mportant Move Contemate1 by Co lumbian University in an Entire ' Change of Location. There is a good deal of interest maniest .d on the part of property owners and dth s in regard to the future of the squares In the vicinity of the proposed union sta tion, the erection of which, in connection with the scheme for the abolition of grade rossings in this city, was authorized at the ast session of Congreas. As Is well known. .he new depot Is to be an imposing strue :ure. to cost about four millions of dollars. It will have a frontage on a broad plaza formed at the Junction of Massachusetts nd Delaware avenues. According to the plan for the arrangement of the streets ihere will be several points of triangular iquares separated from the depot by the >lasa and fronting that building on the south. These pieces of land will lie betweeh it ttreet east and North Capitol street, with meveral new streets intervening. All the and that will face the depot is owned by the railroad company, and it is the inten :ion of the corporation to keep the control, >f that property to the extent of knowing, n the event it is transferred to private %ands, tihat the improvements will be of iuch a character as .to be in harmony with he handsome architectural proportidis of he new structure. Large Modern Hotel. It has already been practically decided hat one of these triangular . pieces of round is to pass into the possession of th. ,roup of men who own the Raleigh Hotel, ith the unde::tanding that upon this site vill be erected a fine modern hotel building, omething like the Essex In Boston, which s near the terminal in that city. The pro osed building will be of steel frame, and n all the details of Its construction, as well Lt its arrangement, will be first-clash and tute equal to any modern hotel, a depart ire in that respect from the class of hotels tsually found in the vicinity of railroad tations. Site for Columbian Unive;sity. An important step has been decided upon. y the authorities of Columbian University rhich will result, it Is believed, in the near uture In providing for that institution Lmple buildings with abundance of ground Lbout them for use as a campus, which Is feature of all groups of university build ngs. The location, it is understood, has pegn elected, and it is within the bounds of the ity, but the exact place is not mentioned. t is stated, however, that such a site has ractically been secured, and the necessary tructures are to be erected in the near uture for the use of the university.. When hat is accomplished it is proposed to sell he university property at the southeast Lorner of 15th and H streets, which is ex ected will net the university about a half million of dollars. This move is in ac ordance with the policy of President Need iam to develop the university on broad Ines. Large Expenditures of Money. As the result of the legislation of the last ession of Congress it is estimated that ibout twenty-five million of dollars 1'1v1 be xpended here in public works during the text three or four years. In this sum is ncluded the amount which is to be spent n the erection of a union railroad depot Lnd the elimination of grade crossings. It s reasonable to expect that during the next. ew years business here will feel the- im ulse which Is due to placing in circulation uch large sums of money. It is also iatural to suppose the growth in the popt ation, which has been such a marked fea ure of the development of the city during he past few years. will continue, o that he market for houses will be stimulated. - It is highly probable that private building vill increase and that arrangements will be nade to spend more money in such direc Ions than would have been the case if the arge disbursements for public buildings. ere not in prospect. In fact, it is easy to inderstand that in all directions the ma erial interests of the city will be very ensibly affected by this accession to the iecommodations which are to be provided or the government, and also for the im )rovement of the steam railroad facilities f the city. When, In connection with the latter, it is ~onsidered there is already in operation a ~ompete system of street railroads, which ot only provide for the needs of the city, ut of the suburbs, then the possibilities of he growth of the population are increased. n addition to the urban and suburban rail oad facilIties, work Is In progress in build ng an electric line between this city and 3altimore, and also to Annapolis. Room for Expansion. Already a line is in operation connecting the ity with Laurel, a point half way between Washington and Baltimore. Plans are also mder consideration Lor an electric road to he Great Falls and also to Fairfax. Co.utt -ouse, so that with what is already in xistence and the new lines to be built Vashington's transportation facilities and onnection with outlying points in the trlbu ary territory Is approaching conipletIon. 'he area available for the growth of the Ity is by no means a narrow one; ther* Is n abundance of roomn for expansion. In one sense the action of the last Gn~ ress Is the result of the Spanish-American. war, for the increase- in the army and he navy, and in the civil establishment is tue to the expansion of the territory of the ountry, and this is having its effect In this Ity. Th's new bureaus in the newly organ med Department of Commerce .largely pring from the same source. Crowded Government 'Buildimsi " It is also true that much of the additaleo iece space which the new buildings will urs will only make good what ha ki men in arrears, for it is well knOwn th.t. 'or some time the government 'buildings mave not only been overcrowded. but malny -ented places have be4n occupied. The main. ncrasse in the clerical forc, of the depart nnts has already taken place, so in that artcuar the effect of the late war has seen felt here. While it is not likely thate here will be such a suditen increase In the tore of the government as took plae ollowing the war, still the normnal grolt s a steady one from year to year. The policy of Congress has been hereto ore, and no doubt will continue, to provide iew buildinys at the nation's capital only Ihen the neessaity becomes so urgent thst t is impn=dhie to defer aetion. There is wo ueton but that after the new qnartuesare vaiabie there will stiHl be leased eidns copled by the government, and someaI he public structures will continue to be momfortably crowded. Prices at liaatlas Beveral.recent sale= of baulta ite ar if consequenoe, as affording- uealee MSto mrrent values. Two lets have juitneI urchma by Kr. A~ .Paisat at ;the artwet earner of 1R,.dAamrat he, imensiems are MRi-two-tent beimb y one htddtd les & thetWpe I1LFo th 4 ra 0 Is at the rate et J4uare Jes. ' s. w aedi!i Tha'itar. pan. The ae lot at the soutih ner (irnnecticut avenue- and h;bavwa a frontage of 'atty-vut tat avenue and nont?eon S Erdet hde n Florida avenue adaen tafntn 4. east feet, was boagh by Kr.-.R, i .: The Drfe UNW i2a0dt hc -oa tdre?rate et h is at being p az4b Mars Peter, acei teets for a residence ts be ereetd by J ett. The other bunditg-site rlt retto b at th b*Ttw b ofr :lt fetn the farmer and eighty-eight feet- on tha, lat ter. The total area is 8,M square feet. Mr. -T. T. Gaff paid for this ground $,000S which I. at the rate of *80 per square foot. 1 d J. Augustud 'Paior. real estate broker. in counecttoa ithk en. ? Wesple, real estate 1hbt, has' sold to Charles Waidn' the residence 11' Vetanont aof ue for , 2. -6 Nwt pakag 314ng. - AAterf a 1'Rtionat BDank is bdving plans prepared bh BR.Btanley lmeses, architect, for. a m9dern banking house on the 'wroerty iegently leased by that lnsti tutien at 61014thsteet. 2e entire *ont of the old building will be taken out and a handsome classic front of stone, brick and ornamentaiiroa substituted. The front will have a stone colonnade taking in the full width of the building and extending through two stories projecting six feet from the building line. The first two stories of the old i be enken, out and extended bac to a' d of'seteity feet, at the rear of which -w1l be the directors' roois, elevated hve feet 'alidev the isain floor. The president and secretary's omce will be at each side of the main entrance. Froms thess offices ,wil. -lead the. hanking cages extending back fifty feet and form ing a semi-circle at the front of the vault. The main floor will be fireproof and all of the fixtures of the most-tmodern-type. Near Lincoln ?ark. A large block of land on the east side of -13th street between Massachusetts ave nue and B street southest jas been pur chased by W. WrI t. Itcomprises the enitre fla o th ud#ee a3th st'est. sIt is yWi t's ,gtentj o ybyhpld four or fve 1ousest on this property during the present season. The purchase was made through Ellerson & Wemple, real estate brokers. On the- Conduit ]oad.. A deal is reported by which Jacob P. Clark has sold to V. W.'Ftaser a tract of fifty-six acres on 4As Condialt road in the vicinity of the Athletic Park, and Including that place. It. is understood to be the pdir pose of the new owner to improve the property by the erection of houses. The land lies between the Conduit road and the tracks of the Great Falls railroad. New Apartment Houses. There Is narked activity. In the offlces of architects just nQw, and a number of plans which have- been under consideration have been put Into the hands of contractors for estimates. Several contracts have been awarded and - yDfomise is that there will be dulte. a go4d' . of..building.. There see'na no let up in the buiid ing of apartaiett "ouses, and .besides-those now in various stages of progress a number of. new enterprgeq,gre being considered. Perhaps th j)argest of the new schemes is the one thatr Wplanned by the Kenesaw Avenue Apartmensr~House Company, which owns nearly the. entire triangular piece of gropd,lying ?thp south side .of Kenesaw avenue betwead and new-16th streets. The frontage of this grquu4 Is over. 100 feet and the depth is about 200 feet. Plans are being consid ' for; the erection, of a building whict wll practically cover the en tire site, anT VIlR. riae to the limit of the height allowed by7aw, whicii Is about eighty feet. . '.he pffice ?. the company are: T. A. Harding, g nt; T. C.- Dulin,' vice president;' F.- L. Averill, secretary and treasurer; Walter 1). Davidge, counsel. The directors coniprise 1oe'boire and John B. Henderson; Gloe'Wt6tone sfid 'eftt L. Bain. An apartment.-to be built on the property adjoining, the, Cumierland, at the south east corner.Jof Massachusetts avenue and Thomas Citcle, is proposed by Franklin T. Banner. shile Bates Warren -has plans for an apartment house at the southwest cor ner- of Massachusetts > avenue' and 13th street. Mr. Wallace's Home. Plans have been prepared 'for a hand some residence which Mr. W. J..Wallace is to build at 1134 12th street northwest. Ac cording to the designs as prepared by Hard ing :.Lpman, architects, brown stone and brick will be used in the front of the house, which will have a circulhr ' bay window and a square stone porch. There will be three stories. with attic and cellar. The frontage will be twenty-three feet and the depth eighty feet. On the first floor, which will be finished in quartered oak, will be the depth 80 feet. On the first poor, which will be 'flnished in Quarte'red oak, will be the parlor. cenitral hail, library, dining room and kitchen. 'An attractive feature of the dining room will be a wjde window at the side following-a curved ine. One the second floor 3rill be three chambhers and a.-den, the latter' finished in mahogany. Some Ney Houses. A house is to be buiut for -Mrs. Alice M. F'ulton on Vermont avenue betwreen .M and N~ streets. A country resI'dence is bGing ere'ted In font.gomery daunty, Jsf., ngar W4gb&pg ton Grove, .for Frederic W. Carlyle. F. E. Ferrell Is to build a home on North Columbia Belghts. ' 'Three. houses are being-erected, by- 19rank Lini T. Banner att '3012-3016 13th -street north west, and Lester A.' Barr Is" -bbildtflg a bouse at 4227 California, avenue. Plans for a residence for-A., M. -Merscr.. len 2n Lanler Hieights have been- prepared by James G. Hill, architect. r A Proposed Subdivision. .Moward F.7 Johnson 4 .Voups y,lo,ta?e brokers, in consleegion with W. 8. Minnlx, real estate broker. haveb filed' a e of propejty on Brighi;wood,ayenned ult.1outh of feboutsen ?ark, . kown as .the 4IJiek pr?oikety, contMntnhfg three acres. - It is.the pprpose of the purreaqeis to tear away theI duse, 'cleaa'oW ti e g-unds a~i mave a abdivsion.~ NWWORTH IEA.GU3 NUE 114- to1ifn or ghe d6voNbiil NUee ito meor*weevntnewili 'be '"EbtTseungAkris tian's FleasuresrThe Recreation of Bo4y, Mindstad-Be tm06ehelhemIst Oden7Stgb. Mr. H A. eurth viga president of the Disbtrict ttague. 'led the 'service. at Douglass- Me===sial Chapter . last .Bunday At Wasst p~ tigaiSundta g bv et ing us in nil!g offr7A S.--eaZkr-who gave a talk W 180000K the Sah holy. Mr. Fred uM"Jin wiU c0sItie aeinv0e to One of the esseatals ad the t1 .ttm -as to r iht a halth -' as beati*n, d and - to that end sad areof ont .es whalesme feeds and the sele when needed.. With the welH ely when natsre neais asis) clasting the system 01act"a bug been known, yet sntil ri to resort to oss, sa ts, entracts which wer found to be ebje Then physicians having leo and carminative princi pe we principaly In the leaves, the a method of obtaining such pia etf presenting them with pla.san -st acceptable to the system a Syrup of %0-" igs were n because of their agreeable taste, This excelent remedy Is no best of family laatives, becana an& swetens the system eUe functions and without unpiesas tinned when it is no longer re"I All who would enjoy good h that it is the one remedy wh approve ad recmme.nd and 1 alike enjoy, because of its p1 beneScial eects. Syrup of ligais for sale by of Sfty cents per bottle, In or] the remedy-Syrup of Figs California Fig Syrup Co.- prin .11 STVMPH - 6 - DECORA - 1128 - CONNECTICUT -WASHINGTO -PARIS. NEW - SPECIAL -FVRNITVRC "-CARPETS - FABIICS -PAPERS - LACES - RVGS - ETC -TELEPH eSVGGESTIONS SKET ' POR - DECORATIONS' gaiation of the Bible class work has1 pren to be a decided benefit. A large num rof persons were present and upon the colusion of the sessions- of the chapter reshments trere served.' - Ms. George C. Colison, who was expected tocoduct the devotional service at Gorsuch Cpter last Sunday, was unable to attend aMr. E. H. Pullman' the first vice presi de of the" chapter, had charge of the sice, which proved to be one of profit to ose present. Hmline Chapter had as its leader last Sunay evening Dr. J1. H. Wesler, first vice psident -of the District. League, Lca1 Epworthians are looking forward t very pleasant evening March 31, at' Ft M. E. Church, .Baltipnore, .the occa inbeing the Baltimore Conference Ep oth League rally. It is expected that the mting this .year will be the largest and ot enthusiastic ever held. The officials Incarge are already arranging for an over fwmeeting. In. addition to. the speakers, oare regarded as among the moat popu la the confeence, there will be an Ep oth League chdrus of i00 -voIoes. This cus made quite a reputation in the recent frard movement in Ba=te=ore and all the mebers are amiated wtth the worth Lgue. Among those who swUL s.a are R.Don S. Coat, D. D)., of Baltimore; Rev. 'oh W~ R. Sumualt, subject, "Ama I Ready for akr Rev. A. H. -Thomp.on. passer fison Memorial Chureh et tMe city, et of the mrl~ot Lmea. wU delie a .het aMerem at the elose of the etig. 'The Lyric Quartet of'Weding nwil aso sing at,thh rany. Th fieial eaty'from W-mblgen will a WyshIngtOn at 5 9 . m. March 31 Mr .. F. Uwa,dnv~lof the traaear taton miIOehaa charge of the ar remmssfithe Wr=asimeen dtelamtan. Doas a tge h reported t * be*ed" aot 115yo 00pei*. At the last beet nemeatha= 10i5 le GIbeat ~ inced le eiet, reported tie her-epsteet had ae LremtY.. eqgla on the sd ta aibte ate s of Lei f~r resie 4b. imasat it s a other sres hdbeen set at, ma~a taot payi ay la I dort may be me m1wse - t-* vaue th the of the mnt tblg t the best aNidd ageats afarmed, wandlein a re and tanc and whifs thre of y, whea Diisb r melssetae, has thin rsecat yers it WAS eoesary of roots, barks and ohr aebhrtie stimable and to el1 f1r caheetly med that the moot ealatmtelaatve re to be fumnd In wetain gnts, ania hgS rup C. disevr -d dcIne e purest -amd -e and it and = liquids in the fn nd the rmedyokown as laed, with the plants, in making It, raspidy Coming iato unIversal use as the it is simple and whaluume and dmses ctualy without disturbing the natral it after effects and its use may be diacam dic and its blessings abould remember h hyuidans and parents we>-informed m and which they and their little cane leassnt flavr, its gentle action and its alnsehb1 druggists, at the regular price ginal packages only, having the name of -and the full name of the Campany ed on the front of every package. 6%ae Sa Fsaals,. COL s-LYFORD-. LTORS - - AVENVE. 1130. RK - - NDN -I - MAREES - - VPHL1ERMS. - IMpORTERS '. DESGNES - - - SPECIAL -ETC 4E. CHES ESTIMATES. 1ND - FVRNISHINQS - Marion King, Mrs. C. 0. Isaac, wMes. Mit; Linger, Fort, Hardy, Ttilalman, Stark weather, Hooper, Phipps, Reilly, Briggs, Pitcher, Campbell, Smithson and others. 3rotzerJlood of St. AndireW. The regular March meeting of the l6cal amiehrbly of -the Brotherhood of St. An drew will be held at St. .Tohn's Parish Hall, corner of 16th and H streets northwest, next Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. .WIlllam F,. Andrews, auditor for the Treas ury Department, has been secured to speak on the "Rule 94iAweie and Religious Work in General." The Rev. Aueeik Dudley, rector of St. Stephen. a *(urch, has consented to preach at thbreEthood servIce at Trin ity Churh, .unMand C streets north Mr. WlIAR 3xTtt, Jr., chairman of the commttdfJaMr brotherhood chap ters, pr,~.etMiof te directos nesday e ibstep. were taken for . jior local sm.a. bly. The seinbrs Pul-aChapter are =++--,1= tEslectares in the ....b .---le.en of the.e.a ad to look afterthiafr they have bees amramed. In the reet aeth of Mr. lEar U. Bar Wptof Ttate r thttmter he it has Zest a, fakt'i and valuable wese. Mt. wesMie of tebhrter mase servies are being helde Wssiy reelageu oi Lent tat Ut. Theoans' Chuneb, earner usia ad Nais sea sWeete, sam addres at eaeh serv ice by the .asihane -,.aser. Rer. Carl S, 1semesy Uetng er S. A. 5. Armangammeta hae. bee. at,d to bold time me ..ese of the District of Oste his masle Sme of Agneotma Revcea nainai ning ae* at Nlanna -GuVe sesaa ,sad str t I PETER GROGAN. Credit 4er all Waahington. Don't keep the baby in the house these fine days. If_a new carriage is needed let us supply it on credit. You will find the very newest styles here at all prices. The new Mattings are ready, and include the handsomest patterns and most durable qualities in Chinese and Japanese varieties. We tack them down free -and charge only for the actua[ number of yards necessary to cover your floor. Peter Orogan, 817-819-82-823 7th St. Between Rand L Sts. Physicians ive Eczema tUp, But Zema=Cura Cures It E3very Time. Yo, often hear of "hopeleta cags' ot Emnma: of people *Mb hbare*giiuing'recomaeaded by eminent pbysteIaus Without being reltve to say nothing dt be!ing ceret 111 Th etures of thin disease are tesiMk. eud* hae-a iim of Eemma hs most pitiable. .It whnacelbad to ha iacerable. AB this warn tras care. h1st it lsmow ne longer true. No matter how bad the case may hoe r of what enrtion. E~LM-CURA wEt care Eesas. Hive.. 'aPi~%nd akinaeiae ot sit ki. EEMA-CURAhasheg 4se in thoianmda of cases and baa not failed to cure ha une tettace. It neyer willfail. it wHi care you aurely. aEnete and flor alt- timua. No patter what ye bae tried tile vala t e a r see i n ime at the esim whieb was s- tm...ms.... . giggig ntramuu Wba,-m b t. h pAWmE' aama.am. wl eaa. eymdl t I P Si. af.v. Uhi biwa and e nyYu GOiniALii"W !~dUr abu UuA!e us-. ts.