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frolt RENT? THE rOBTNKR. '5TH AND V STS. -Looking upon U st.. 6 rooms, bath sad kitchen. Apply direct to Flat No. 12 <r ts ??*, POBT XKK. delO-Sf FOR RENT?NEW FLAT, 1820 T ST. N.W.. ? large room* aud hr.t >, *11 <h. .< dr Lghl ami u.caj papered; heated by fu;Dace; $_6 per month. U E. BKKLTNGKB. flcl6 3t* 1173 Dartmouth at. n.w. FOB"ItENT-NEW AF.UtTMKNTS BEAUT I FT" I. ??vrOOKLHT." Corner Mlutwoodplac* and Columbia toad, WASHING TON HEIGHTS. Seven-story and Imseinent fire-proof bulldinf. Very large nnd bright rw.-rts. MAKE KESltfRVA TION NOW? APARTMIiNTS GOING RAPIDLY. For 1 n^L 'rtlwji of plan*, referring apartment*. ?tr.. apply to . . . _ _ . <h?irt-nt Li epermayy & hav. n, i3oa f at. FOR KENT?FINE 5-ltoOM AM' BATI1 FLAT, on 2d flo. of llnt r!?? apartment boua* Bear Dupont Crcle; steam beat. RENT PER MoNTH$SO deHMtt HEBFRMANN & HAW -N. 1308 F at. FOR KENT-VERY CHOICE FLAT (5 R?)*1! ami hut hi, second story iront. "THE 3014 Irving place. West Washington. Building is imposing, nearly new, modern, ateain heat. Only $31.no per iuo. W. C. Ut'VALL, 025 F n.w. d?15-5t For rent?ei^jant r-room HorsEKFJip inc ipartment; excellent aerTice. Apply Janitor, "THE FRANKIJN." ll>15 14>b St. n.w deHgt For rent very desirable flat. or. & b.. 2d Horn front, .71S and 1720 I'a. are. Reduced to t'M M). SulLable for duelling or office purpos a. deir.-tf.4 H. L HI ST. E08 14th at. n.w. t07HWE^Tn.w:A6?i?n?. and bath, $20.60; will be vacated Jan. 1. GEO. W. LINKINS. S00 1 st. n.w. delB-Ut jor rent?wagons ro move furntti re? large padded vnivS. ?s-.:.j1 and experienced men. Telephone Main.629. MERCHANTS* TRANS1ER 4 STORAGE CO., 92o i? St. i'OR RENT?TROTWOOH. M ST. RET. 0TH AND lOtb n.w.. 4 elecant lai ,e roouia and bath: south front; adults; Janitor's bell. de!4-3t* FOR RENT?BY B F S VUL. COlt. JT1I AL N.W. 7th and Mass. ave., "The Home, 5r. & b. .$50.00 1910 1st st. n.w.. 5r. & h., south tint...... 32.?>0 1807 7th n.w . "Tue Lafayette." 5r. A 1?... 27.50 7."l>! R st. n.w.. Br. & b .-????? 21.80 1K2? 12th n.w., 3r. & b . 2d A., heat * light. IT-**1' 41S O st n.w., 4r. Sc b 11.60 de12-tf Jolt RENT--A CHOICE DOWN-TOWN FLAT; 6 rooms and l?at.b; 2d lloor, 616 12th at. n.w. In utilre at once of T. A. UARw.^ii, LI 18 O at. n.w. de!2tf _____ Volt KENT?NEW APARTMENTS In the CUENIK>WER. 6th and East Cap'tol atreeta northeast, NEW MODELN BlilLDlNG. STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT. LARGE AND BRIGHT ROOMS. Apartments 4 ami 5 rooms and bath each. *2.% 00. $30.00 AND *35.00. CONVENIENT TO CAR LINES. ~ d<'12-nt I.1E1I1.P.MANN * HAWN. 1303 F St. ELEGANT. MODERN APARTMENT HOUSE; B rrtoms and bath; steam boat, lockers, porches; desirable residence location. 1214 Mass. ave.} $45. Janitor. no28-18t? THE REG1NA. 1214 1220 I (Eve) st. n.w., near Franklin Park. Modern apartment bouse for housekeeping pur pose*; completed for occupancy on St.pt. 1, 1903. Fine apartments, caoh co-utalning three bed riH?ni9. parior. dining room, kitchen and bath. Steam heat; Janitor service. 2 apartments, first floor $42.50 per month 3 apartments, sci-oml floor $45.00 per month 1 apartment, rhird floor $40.00 per month Convenient to three electric car llnea. Near all government depart L.ents. For further particulars apply to THOMAS J. FISHER 4t CO , Incorporated. 1414 F St. n.w. del0-8t For rent-flat, i33#ii n. cap. st., b b. and ha . ?21.&o; 1245 H n.e., sto. & cel., $16.&o; 1121 Mb n.w., 6 r. & ba.. In good condition, $20.50. dett-tf L J. M1I.GS. 6u6 8th n.w. iiELIGIlTFCL APARTMENTS IN "THE PEB BLETON," WITHIN BLOCK DUPONT CIR CLE; 5 ROOMS. RATH AND HITLER S PAN TRY; STOKE ROOM AND YARD. EARLY & LAMPTON, deO-tf 615 14TH ST. N.W. FOR RENT? The Navarro, 21S-217 F n.w., new; 5 rooma and bath; all modern Improvements (SO TI1E WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO.. de'.'-tf Real Estate Department. FOR RENT ? APARTMENTS IS THE "DKCA tur." Fla. ave. and Decatur at. n.w.; 4. 5 aud d rooms and bath; storage rooms; servants' rooms, etc. Every room In the bouse has outside light; the most perfect system of beating; ready for oo cupan. y Jan 1. 1804. L. S. FR1STOE, 1418 G at. de3 12t FOR RENT?1447 EAST CAP.; 5R. AND B.; ALL rooms face street; bsrgaln; $19.30. 1008 26th n.w. 4r. 4 b.. $18. 725 7tb s.w., 5r. & b? $17.60. 72T, 7th s w., 6r. & b., $15.50. 504 Maine ?T?. aw.. 3r % b. (new), $16. de8-tf CHAS. V. MALLET. 330 4H n.w. FOR RENT-CHOICE 4-ROOM AND BATH FLAT. 2d floor, 2750 14th st.; well arranged and modern In every respect. $32.50 per month. d*5-tf T. A. HARDING. 1316 G at. B.w. I OR RENT STOCK BRIDGE, 1416 Cfaapln at., $32.50 and $35. Suite 3 and 5 rooms, porch, telephone; light and sunnv; private pork. aeS-tf THE PORTNER. 15TH AND C STS. N.W. Tht5 largest apartment house south of New York city and one-fourth larger than the next largest in Washington, containing one hundred and twenty absolutely fireproof apartments, rang ing in size from two to seren rooms; housekeep ing and non-housekeeping, with all mcftiern c u Tcnicnces, including telephone exchange, with long distance 'phone in each apartment, pubi'c parlors, smokinc rooms, reception rooms, billiard ro ins, buffet and barber shop; also excellent c\fe; e.'evator service nil nlirht. N w vacai t?1 Vrooin. furnished or anfarnlahed, southern exposure; houaeke plug. 2 5-room, unfurnished: housekeeping. 2 4-room, unfurn'sh^rl: housekeeping. For apartments. nppTy nt the office or addreu. de3-tf JOHN H STOKES. Manager. HAMMOND roCRT. # 80tb anj Q sts. n.w., one bQuan* from car line. M>deru apartments; now plan. Ail outside roons. large, well ventilated, with high ceilings. No light wnll? or Interior rooms. 16,000 feet of lawn and parking. i'iazz i with e\ery apartment. f^orthem, southern* eastern and exposures. Steam heat. Janitor on premises. Five, Hx and seven rooms and bath. $40 to $50 per month. 'nspcotion invited. TlIE WASHINGTON LJAN AND TRUST CO^ Hen. Instate Department. no6-tf foR RENT-PAN COAST, AT BEAUTIFUL LIN coin Park 1343 East Capitol st. f> rooms and hath; steam heat; janitor service; hot Mater furnished; ail outside rooms; new; $30. n?23-26t D. M OGDEN, 828 12th st. n.w. toil RENT?IN THE NE V APARTMENT HOUSE. 2217 ?nd 2219 I4?h st. n w., nice 6-room and bath ai>?rtiueuts S40.00; G rootus and bath, $45.00. uo!4-tf B. F. SAUL, 7th and L sts. n.w. For RINT -CHOICK 2. 8. 4 AND 5 ROOM APTS. In THE CONCORD; hnely located on New Hamp shire and Oregon sves.; csfe In chsrge ef Ueo. Pratrhett. formerly with Rauscher. noll-tf F?>R RENT A PA RTMFNTS XHB EMERY, 1812 G st. n.w. 5 rooms *nd bath $37.80 THE HAWTHOI NE. 1527 I St. n.w.? 4 rooms and bath $30.00 seb-tf WEAVES BROS.. 1418 Pat. HOTEL APARTMENTS. FOR RENT? THE HIGHLANDS. (Opened October 1, 1903.) <%>mer Conn, and Cal. aves. n.w.) One suite coutaining 7 rooms, furnished or us fitrnlshcd. Cafe, American and European. Appln to E. L. WESTON, Manager. WEAVER KKOS., Agents, 141(5 F st. n.w., Washington. |> c. del&tf THE CAIBO, Q st. near 16th. Newly and elegantly furnished or unfurnished apart uients. Thl^ well-known house Is absolutely fireproof; has the largest rooms of any house in Washington. Elevators running day and night. Best of hotel aervh-e, being under new and e*? perienefcd management. ??-24-tf WM H. 8NTDER, Mgr. SUBURBAN PROPERTY. V OR SALE- AT A BARGAIN, A St ROOM t)OT tjge In ilyatlsvllle. Md.. on a corner; lot 52.5 by IV). The price at which this property will be ?-?lit is ulHHit one-half of u ,iat It originally coat. V 111 t?e sold cheap owing to sickness in the own rr'i family. INDEED. THE PROPERTY MUST HE SOLD. See us. d?15-8t LOI'lS D. WINE A <'Q., 1304 F st. n.w. FOR SAI.E CHEAP AND ON EASY TERMS, 88 lurite building lots near Washington city, on electric road; C minutes' rlOe from clt.v on D cents f ire Ttrnut only $.'? cash down, balance $1 per week, without lntwri-st. Moaey can be borrowed on lot with which to Hull! a home. Now Is the chance to own yxir own home. Price, $100 tier lot. JAiCl-S E. CLEMENTS. 14*16 G ? 'I.W., Washlngtoa. D. C. d.l5m? Speak qcick ! success ml pocltry farm sacrificed Acre grouod; aU in good fruit; all fenced 10 feet nrttlng; cottage; tenant house; latest improved poultry houses; good water; range for thou Hands of cfek'kwui. $700. Must be sold at once, on account of death of owner. Great chance. deU-at HOj'LE .V CO., f?30 Iji. ave. )TOR IlB.;T?AT NORTH LANGDO.V, OVLT A few luinuies' drive fr?.m ilia city, about 20 acres of splendid garden lsnd aud a small bouse. Beat, fS: nor month. Imiulre of J. L. SHER"A'0"JD. Rlgg's Market, city. del4 tf For rent?very dccirablk houses at Argj'le, 14;h st road, one utile north of 14tti at. car line, city water ami gas; furnace; no ceaa pool, senered into trunk .ewer; stage to aad front can, DAVIS h srCBTEVANT. 1404 G at. a.w. delO t>t? * BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. Dealrable lots. $150 up. I Villa Sites from (600 up. [ Get booklet ot dc4-t; GEO. B. HILL, 615 14th at. n.w. gom 8AIB?H0TJCT8. rem SALE?CORNER HOUBE; 10 BOOKS. BATH, cellar, (unun bant; ob 8 car ttMa. Bargain, if ?old at once. Part/ leaving city. iUroa Bo* 108. Star cfln. dft?V-8t? FOR 8AIA-OS NSW YORK AVC. K.W, PBIO S ,?ki k mo era .ivrell n ; 8 ro qui; lot to al ley. with brick stable: retry cheap. del 8-81 JOHN B. WALTHI, 1221 F at n.W. FOB SALE? i.ONT BAIL TO 8BB THEM. TwwHTiatt. 8004-6 18th it, near Colon. Ma at.! one at the choicest aitia on Columbia Heights. HANDSOMR FRONTS. ROMAN BRICK, alone porch and ateps; WELL ARRANGED; parlor, reception hall, dining room, pan.iy and kitchen; 6 bed roomr. TWO (2) EI.EGANT TILED BATHS; beautiful mantels: HOT - WATER HEAT. A QUICK BIT*EE CAN PURCHASE AT A VERY LOW PRICE ? MUCH LESS THAN ANT HOUSE OF ITS CLASS IN THIS 8ECTION. <lel0-3t STONE A FAIRFAX. 806-808 F St. n.W. FOR SALE?WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. Great Bargain. ?7,500. Reduced from $9,000?WEST OF 18TH ST.?4 moma deep. TWO (2> BI.EfMNT BATHS. _del(Wk STONB A FAIRFAX. 806-808 F at. n.w._ FOR BALE?FOB EXCHANGE?FOB EXCHANGE ._____ ? On Low-priced Ground. We offer two or Ave new 10-room houses, with tiro (2) baths. HOT-WACER HEAT, on one of the very choicest locationa on the Heights; $9,500 each. This la the price duplicate houses hare sold f. r all cash. THIS Is AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXCHANGE GROUND FOB HOUSES ON A STRICTLY CASH BASIS. HOUSES THAT CAN BE SOLD FOR CASH ("OK $8,500. delti-lt STONE ft FAIRFAX, 806-808 F St. n.W. FOR SALB?EXCEPTIONALLY FINE INVEST MENTS?Extremely low prices to settle estates? $12,000 Renting for $92 a month?Six brick houses, fronting on an are. and park near East Capt. and P?. aTe. cars. Each house has 6 rooms and rented to good-paying white tenants. $9,000. Renting for $88?Near gov't printing office n.w.: lot 50x150: all In first-class condition. del6-ftt STONE A FAIRFAX. 806-808 F st. n.w. FOR SALE?A VERY ATTRACTIVE SEVEN-ROOM brl' k and stone house in vicinity of Washington Circle; reasonable price; no agents. Address X. L L. Star office. de:5-3t* FOR SALE?THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE fashionable northwest?A beautiful new 3-story and cellar brownstone and Roman brick building, containing 10 rooms and 2 baths; steam; a.m.f. Large lot. On Mass. ave. n.w. near Sheridan Circle. Price. $8,500. de!5-3t EARLY A LAMPTON. 615 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE?A VERY HANDSOME COLONIAL RESIDENCE WITH LARGE SIDE LOT. $21,000. Well located in the fashionable northwest, a few steps from the Met. car line. Well bnllt by the owner for a home, and very attractively ar ranged. LOT 50x130: SIDE YARD. A SIDE DRIVEWAY W1TII PORTE COCHERE. FINE 2 8TORY BRICK STABLE. AI'PLY FOR PERMIT TO INSPECT. delS tf MOORE & IIILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE?43,500 EACH. Rented to excellent white tenants at $30 each. Nearly new brick In the northwest; modern baths. Large lots. oel5-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE?NEAR THE CAPITOL. WEL?3: ,500. RENTED. Three-story, bay-vrlndow brick, near the Cap itol. Large yard. Alley. delS-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE?A CHARMING TWO-STORY AND cellar brick dwelling, facing Lincoln Park, north side; 6 rooms and bath; furnace beat; house In perfect condition. Price only $4,250, delt>-3t R. E. BRADLEY. 1303 F St. FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSES. WELLING PL. BET. 14TH ST. AND UNIVERSITY PL. $1-1,000. TERMS TO SUIT. NORTH SIDE, 1433, 1437, 1439. 1441 (1435 SOLD). HANDSOME, NEW; 3-STORY AND CELLAR. FIRST FLOOR?PARLOR, RECEPTION HALL, DINING ROOM, PANTRY AND KITCHEN. SECOND FLOOR?FOUR BRIGHT ROOMS AND BATH. THIRD FLOOR?TWO BRIGHT ROOMS AND BA rn. LAUNDRY AND HEATER IN BASEMENT. PERFECT IN EVERY DETAIL. COL. BYRNE, U. S. ARMY. WILL OCCUPY 1435 AT ONCE. EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE, WELL BUILT. AND BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED. WILL PLEASE THE MOST FASTIDIOUS. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THESE. IS FEET FRONT. LOTS 135 FEET DEEP. FINE ALLEY. J B. WIMEB, REAL ESTATE. 1201 G ST. N.W. de!5-6t FOR SALE-BARGAIN IN MASS. AVE. HOUSE, n.e.; lot 21x100; 10 rooms, bath; stable; price reduced from $7,500 to $6,900. LOUIS D. WINE * CO.. _4el4-U 1304 F St. n.w. FOR SALE?IN NICE PART S.E., NEAR Li brary and Pa. ave.; 10 rooms, bath: price, $5,000; must sell; believe owner will accept $4,500. LOUIS D. WINE & CO., del4-3t 1304 F St. n.w. FOR SALE-NEAR PARK AND 16TH ST. N.W., nice new buff brick house; 7 rooms, bath, cellar; servant's quarters; worth $5,000; will sell for $4,500 quick; trust $2,500 terms to suit. LOUIS D. WINE A CO.. de!4-at 1304 F st. n.w. FOR SALE?1414-1418 11TH ST. N.W. $4,750 EACH. RENTED $32.50 EACH. Three-story, 10-room bricks; large tiled baths. Large lots. Trust $3,500 (5%). CHEAP HOMES. WE J.I,-PAYING INVESTMENTS. de!2-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th st. n.w. FOR SALE?GET OCR LIST. TIIE BEST PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET, AND ALWAYS AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. de!2-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE?NEAR 14TH AND R STS. N.W. $5,000. RENTED $35 PER MONTH. 9 rooms. I<ot 19x100; alley. de!2-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE-ON "WASHINGTON HEIGHTS." $10,750. An attractive home; 11 rooms; 2 baths; hot water heat; hardwood finish ou first floor. Large lot; paved alley. Must be eeen to be appelated. de!2-tf MOORE & IIILL (Inc.), 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE BY JAMBS F. SHEA, <143 Louisiana are. n.w. DESIRABLE RESIDENCES IN NORTHEAST WASHINGTON. $3,100. F st. near 14th st. n.e., 2-story brick dwelling; 6 rooms and hath; pantry; gas range In kitchen; cement cellar under en tire ho'ise; a moderu and well-built house. In tine condition. $3,750. Second St. n.e. near F St., a modern 2 story brick dwelling, wltb 6 rooms and bath; large 2-story brick stabi* In rear. This property Is close to the proposed new union depot, and should Interest thoso seeking homes in that vicinity. $6,000 EACH Two line bouses on A st. n.e. near 7th St., two-story and basement bricks; 10 rooms and bath; modern dwellings; in good location. INVESTMENT PROPERTY IN THE NORTHWEST. $4,500 for both. Eye st. n.w. near 23d St.; two frame dwellings; one cuntalns 2 stories, 8 rooms; the other Is a 3-story, 8-room dwelling; well rented; ons of the ten ants has occupied one house for over 12 year. del2-7t TOR SALE?SPECULATORS IN LAND WOULD DO WELL TO SEE US REGARDING KALO RAMA HOTS. PROPERTY. WE HAVE SOME ABSOLUTE BARGAINS NEAR FRENCH LEGA TION SITE. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.. Inc., 1414 F ?t. n.w. del2-6t FOR SALE?TO CLOSE AN E8TATE 1540 7tb St.; 2-story store and flat; rented al ways at $50 per month. 704 Q St.; wide front; 2-story and basement house, on side alley; rent to party who makes own repairs, $30 per month. 1230 12th St.; frame bouse; large brick atsbie in rear rented at $8 per month. THESE MI ST BE SOLD. THOMAS 3. FISHER A CO., Inc.. 1414 F St. n.w. del2-4t FOB SALE WE'VE A GOOD REALTY PROPOfll tlon for every Investor, every homeseeker, and can offer terms that will exactly meet your require ments. Spruce st. n.w., 6r. flat, In excellent con dition. Easy terms. Price $3,000 T st. n.w. near 10th; 8 rooms and bath; rear dwelling also; rent, $39.80. Price.... 4,500 T st. n.w. near 16tb; 10 rooms sud bath; just put In excellent repair; rent, $40. Price 8,650 G st. s.e.. Or and b.. cellar, furnace, gas snd coal ranges; $100 cash; balance month* 1 y. Price 2,850 f i c?i .. BARNARD A MARK. ?The Oval Sign." 1412 G St. del2-20d FOB SALE-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?SACRIFICE? 73V Bismarck St.; new; 8 rtna., 4 on a floor; cel lar: near cars. Price. $4,500. Make offer. dell tf.4 G W. WEBER, 1333 F (basement). FOR SALE?A $11,500 HOUSE FOB $8,000. ON R St. near 16th st.; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms and laundry, reception hall; kitchen on Irst Hoar; more than 80 ft front, deep lot; southern front. $500 cash, balance easy terms. If yoa want a bargain, don't miss this. CHESLEY * CHBSLBY, L-tf 720 14th st a.w. ZOB 8ALE?-H0U8E&. r0y\,?S I**, bjtakl "Wj?sr.r?;1,srJWU. **474 'ud m a at. B.W., ? *.| an mod. ta?.i price, ^ ^ fcrtck; tenting tor $16.8# iTw^ ^r??krlck; water a?d WW! " 28 K st. ??.. trWotojmte and sewer; also 8 houses la rear, Noa. 321-23 and SB Syphax ct. a.w.; the whole renting for *58.80 per month; price, $7,000; paying 10% la *"*" O. H. PABKHR. de8-2w 438 4% at. a.w. FOR SALE?BEAUTIFULLY FUBNISHBD?P AR t; leaving city. will dispose of their besttttfBl home on K at. near Conn. Art., with furniture In cluded. at low price, I1BJW0. deZ-tf EARLY i LAMPTON, 618 14th at. FOB SALE?ONE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS and greateet bargain* In n.e.; 2-story and cellar, bay wlodo.v, press-brick and brownatone; 9 rooms snd bath; In fine condition; 2-story brick etabla. $4,500. D. D. THOMPSON. 1S35 F at. D.W. oc29 If FOB SALE?4T NEW YORK AVE. N.W.: 2-STORY brick: 0 rooms and bath; m.l.; aultable terms, newly papered and painted Inside and out. ROB ERT HERMAN, Owner. 47 N. Y. are. n.w. tio27-26t*-4 FOR SALE??55 I N.W.; 8-STORY AND BASE ment brick: 9 rooms, bath and laundry; m.l.: suitable terms; hot and cold water on 4 floors. ROBERT HERMAN, Owner. 47 N. Y. are. n.w. no27 ?it*-4 FOK SALE?OH EAP. 7-ROOM BRICK Hl'CfB; corner of alley; large romps; stable on ?0-ft. al ley Applv to OWNER. 221 8th at. s.e. ee!2-tf FOR SAI.B Near Dupont Circle, 1338 N. H. ave.; fne large double house; substantially built; wide, attrac tive front. An offer wanted. North aide of Q st. near 14th n.w.; large, com fortable bouse, with two baths; lot 20x100 to alley; house In good condition and can be bonght for *7,500. H. L. RUST. oc24-tf,10 608 14tb at. n.w. FOR SALE? 'PHONE M. 003. A M<>ST ATTRACTIVE HOUSE AT A BARGAIN. Fashionable section. Contains 11 rooms and tiled bath. Dining room finished In Flemish oak. Kitchen on main floor. Hot-water beat. Perfect condition. PRICE. *9.500. BLLERSON & WEMPLE, oc24-tt 603 14th St. j FOR SALE-LOOK AT THOSE BEAUTIFUL HOUSES. NOS. 1839-1841 KALORAMA AVE. N.W.. NOW NEARING COMPLETION; 11 ROOMS AND 2 RATH ROOMS; CONCRETE CELLAR: DOUBLE FLOORING; SURFACE FLOOR OF OAK; ELECTRIC LIGHTS; STEAM HEAT; ALL THE LATEST MODERN IM PROVEMENTS. PRICE AND PARTICULARS, SEE EDWARDS * REEVES 'INC.). se19-tf - 014 13TH ST. N.W. GEORGETOWN REAL ESTATE. Money Invested in Real Estate In Georgetown is growing all the time as val ues steadily increase. At the same time It earns a good percentage of profit. Consult us about tlie beat investment propositions In Georgetown. The Miller-Shoemaker Real ^?t)e ?? 1323-1325 32d at. 'Phone West' 4a dels lOd COUNTRY PROPERTY. FOK SiALE-ON THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS, at Bluemont, Virginia, ideal villa sites for sum mer homes; easily accessible from Washington; high altitudes and pure freestone waters: de lightful season for Inspecting property. Inquire of THE BLUEMONT I AND AND IMPROVB MFNT COMPANY. 1407 F St. n.w. no20-tf LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT of Columbia, holding a Probste Coart.?In the mat ter of the Estate of Ida Little Stevens. Decea?d; Admin. No. 11384, l>ocket.?The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company of the Dis trict of Columbia, executor, having reported to the I court that It has received a private offer from Arthur Jordan to purchase parts of lots one (1) and ten (10). in the subdivisions of the estate of John Little, In the District of Columbia, described in Its report duly filed In these proceedings, at and for the price of one and twenty-five one hundredths dollars ($1.25) per square foot, upon the terms sod subject to the payment of the commission of three per centum mentioned In said report, it is by the court, this 16th day of December. A. D. 1903. or dered that said offer be accepted and aaid sale be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the lDtb day of January, | A. D. 1904. Provided, a copy of this order he pub lished lu The Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star of Washington once a week for three successive weeks prior to said last mentioned date. By the court: DAN. THEW WRIGHT. Justice. A true copy, test: JOHN R. ROUZER, Deputy Reg Ister ot Wills. de!6-law,3t SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co lumbia, holding a Probate Court.?No. 11858, Ad ministration.?This Is to give notice that the sub scriber, of the District of Columbia, bus obtained | from the Probate t'-ourt of the District of Columbia, letters of administration on the estate of Henry O. Wlnship. late of the District of Columbia, de ceased. All persons having claims against the de [ ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 15th day of December, A. D. 1904; otherwise they may by law be ex | eluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand rhis 15th day of December, 1903. WIL LIAM A. LEETC1I, 1097 31st street northwest. At test: JOHN B. ROUZER. Deputy Register of Wills ? for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate | Court. JESSF. II. WILSON. Attorney. . el?-l?w8t IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TOE DISTRICT of Columb.a.?In the matter of Henry C. Hutson, Bankrupt.?In Bankruptcy. No. 316.?Notice la hereby given that tho above-named bankrupt has filed his petition praying for a discharge from all his debts In bankruptcy, and th-* all creditors and other persons are ordeied to at.cud at the hearing upon said petition before said court, at Washing ton. In the said D.strict. on the 28th day of De cember, 1903, at 10 o'clock a.m., r.nd then and there show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said petition shuuld not be granted, and examine the bankrupt If deemed proper. EDWARD S. McCAI-iMONT, Referee In Bankruptcy, SCAGGS & BECK. Attorneys for Bankrupt. It LN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT i of Columbia.?In the matter of Thomas Galloway and lhomas F. Galloway, trading as Galloway & Son, Bankrupts.?In Bankruptcy, No. 313.?Notice la hereby given that the above-named bankrupts have tiled their petition praying for a discharge from all their debta in bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persons are ordered to attend at the hear ng upon said petition before said court, at Washington, in the said District, on the 30th day of December. 1903, at 10 o'clock a.m., and then and there show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not lie granted, and examine the bankrupts If deemed proper. EDWARD 8. McCALMONT, Referee In Bankruptcy. MALCOLM in'FTY. Attorney for Bankrupts. It SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co lumbia, holding a Probate Court.?No. 11818, ad min.stratlon.?This Is to give notice: That the sub scriber of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Prolate Court of the District of Columb.a letters testamentary on the estate of Thomas M. Halslip, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, w*th the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to tho subscriber, on or before the 8tb day- of December, A. D. liKH, otherwise they may by law be ex cluded fnm all l>en<flt of said estate. Given under mv hand this" 8th day of December, li?U3. PER C1VAL M. BROWN, Colorado Building, 14th and O sts n.w. Attest: JOHN B. ROUZER, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Coart. PERCIVAL M. BROWN, Attorney. do9-law-3t SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co lumbia, holding a Probate Court. No. 10150, Ad ministration.?This la to gl?e notice that the sub scriber, who was, by the Supreme (5ourt of the District of Columbia, granted lettera testamentary on the estate of Carrie A. France, deceased, has. with the approval of the Supreme Court of tUe District of ColumMa. holding a Probate Court, ap pointed Monday, the 21st day of December, 1908, at 10 o'clock a.m., as the time, and aald court room as the place, for making payment and distri bution from said estate, under the court's direction and control, when and where all creditors and per sons entitled to distributive shares or legacies or ! ? residue are notified to attend. In person or bv agent or attorney duly authorized, with their claims against the estate properly Touched. Given uuder mv hand this 1st day of December, 1903. HENRY C. STEWART. Attorney. Attest: LOUIS A. DENT. Register of Wills Tor the District of Oo lumhla. Clerk of the Proliate c-ourt. de2 law-St SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Co lumbia. holding a Probate Court. No. 11823, Ad ministration.?This is to give notice that the sub scribers of the state of Maryland have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Colum bia lettera of administration on the estate ^of Car ceaseu are urreu/ vanm w I'A11UJ11 mv uuic. with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the anJbecrtbera, on or before the 1st day of De cember. A.D. 1904; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benedt of aaid estate. Gives under our bauds this 1st day of December, 1908. UABKY W. HENDERSON. 300-8 Equitable bldg., Baltimore. Md.; WILLIAM B. LEVY, 408-9 Fi delity bldg., Baltimore, Md. Attest: I-OUIS A. DENT. Register of Wills for the District of Co lon Ma. Clerk of the Probata Court. HENDERSON & LEVY. Attorneys. de2-law-8t DOGS, CATS, ETC. FOR SALE-CANARIES FROM $1.60 UPWARD; parrots, dogs, eats goldfish; Chinese lilies. Be.: hyacinths, tulips and other bulba. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th st. n.w. oc!3-tf,4 14TI1 STREET HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS. Boarding for dogs and cats. Humane opera tlons only Medical treatment and careful nurs ing. 2116 14th at. n.w. 'Phone U. lTl-M.aaU-tf-4 | DR. CECIL FRENCH, EXPERT SPECIALIST. Graduate of McGlll University and Royal Vet erinary High School, Munich, Germany. TREATMENT OF DOG & CAT EXCLUSIVELY. Boarding Kennels, cor. Lowell and 2?th sta. Office, 718 12th at. Tela. M. 200 and N. 1246-k. seft-tf-8 PEJXJMTMY. Xl.KTH WITHOUT PLATES; JSO EXTRACTING j no fain; feel, act and last longer titan natural teeth. Stiunken (sees made normal. Painless Piling^ Dr. J. U WILSON. 1206 F st. n.w. MOOT WABTBMUP TO VMM. >?$7s.ooo a* 4l roe 10 years, to with f 10,000 at fo?*. X and S 7??n to alL Secnrttt. ?n??l imsiDess prov es. WAKTBD?TO BORROW MOO ST HONEST QOV d?t; wltt |m flni Botes ?* H* esch, payable monthly,'begdldBg February 1, 190*. Lien given ob sajary. Addnaa Bra 100. 8Ur oBce. 3 a del#*!* TO t<0AX ON D. C. REAI7BBTAT?? $1.000?$l,60^wio00~(|2.500? $8,000?$4.000?1^,000-^18.000? de!2-tf MOORE A HILL <lnc.)' T17 l?t> St. B-W. WANTED?APPLICATIONS COR LARGS LOAMS; BUILDING LOAN'S TO ASY AMOUNT. de!2-6t LIEBERM ANN A HAWN, 1303 F at. $1,000,000 TO LOAN OS CITY BBAL BSTATB An/ amount. Lowest rates. ? L. ?. DB LASHMUTT, de7-tf-4 1421 Q at. a.w. LIBEBAL LOANS ON D. a. REAL ESTATE; $500,000, or any part. Get our terms before bor rowing. SULLIVAN * HEITMULLER. 316 Bond building. de7-78t TO LOAN?$10,000, IN LUMP SUM PREFERRED. de&-tf CHAPI.N BROWN", 823 4% St. n.W. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUB rent rates of Interest on raal estate In tbe Dis trict of Columbia. FITOH, FOX A BROWN, del-tf-6 1400 G St. B.w. TO LOAN- ~ ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATB. $8,000. $3,000. $8,500. $2,000. $5,000. $500. THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, fel-tf 917 F St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON' D. O. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal In amounts of $500 or more received at any in terest period. THE F. 11. SMITH COMPANY. Bond bidg-. 1408 N. Y. are, n.w. de4-tf LARGE OR SMALL LOANS SECURED; STOCKS^ bonds, bidg. and loan ssso. shares, life Ins. poli cies, syndicate certlfs., warehouse receipts and real estate trusts taken. C. A. BAKER. 40-43 Metserott bidg., 1110 F st. sel0-tf,4 MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL Es tate within tbe District of Columbia, la amounts to snlt applicants, at lowest rates of Interest. jel0-tf,4 GEO. W. L1XKINS. 8)10 19th st. n.w. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN. BUY OB sell, on real estate. I can save you time and cash, as I give personal attention to all deals. de6-tf,4 J. F.AKIN GADSBY, G26 13th st. B.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON INDORSED NOTES. LIFB insurance policies and second trusts at low ratea of interest. T. W. STIJBBLKFIELD, <H'3-3m.2t 1224 F st. n.w. WE HAVE BEADY FUNDS TO LOAN FROM $1,000 to $5,000 at 4\i and 6 per cent Interest; only on D. C. real estate. STONE & FAIRFAX. se2tltf 806-808 F St. n.w. TO LOAN?ON OITY PROPERTY? $50,000, 4ft. $60,000, 4 4-10%. $100,000, 4M%. $300,000, 5%. Large sums a specialty. seO-tf.8 EARLY & LAMPTOX, 61S 14th St. B.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE. LOWEST RATES. R. W. WALKER & SON. 1006 F N.W. ap!4-tf MONEY TO IX)AN IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT LOW est rates of Interest, on D. C. real estate. Large loans a specialty. Prompt attention. WALTER H. ACKER, no7-tf-5 704 14th st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN AT SV4, 4 AND 4>A PEB cent, In sums of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. C. real estate; pay off "5 per cept and 6 per cent loans and begin anew at lowest rates of interest; all transactions conducted with economical considera tion for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., JeS-tf-7 1407 F st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent interest. Special lirivileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER A RUTHERFORD, 1307 F st. n.w. fe9-tf-5 H. K. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE, 314 9TU ST. N.W. ESTABLISHED 1870. MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. ETC. OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. Ja31-tf-6 MEDICAL. Dr. Wrigimt^r/fs^bet. F*o. j 'Phone day or nlgkt, N?rth 868 F. Treatment for Wasting and rNerrous Diseases; men and women; nervosa prostration cured and prevented. New cure for Catarrh. Hours, daliy, 8 to T. Sundays, 8 to 1. Consultation free. noS8-tf,7 DR. LEAtfihkMAN, j Tbe city's leading Specialist Oil all forms of (pa cta! diseases of men and* women. Cores guaraa teed In nil cases I accept for treatment. Consul- 1 tatlon free. 602 F ST. K.W de8-tf-6 w.T. Baodus, M.D., Ph.D., Specialist in all Chronic Nervous and Special Diseases. Consultation free. 'Pbone East 31-M. S. E. cor. 6th and F n.w. Hours 10 to 1, 4 to it. de4-26t?-t _i_ m M/n 'J&FSts. Regular Graduate Two Schools. Authorized to treat Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System. Skin. Blood, Heart, Stomach, IJr er. Kidneys, Bladder, Nose. Throat and Lang* Stricture, Varicocele and Hyrdocele cured without cutting or operation. No pain. No loss of time Blood-Diseases and Disorders of the Urinsry Organs promptly relieved and permanently cured by safs methods. Vitality restored. Charges low. Free consultation In person or by letter. Honrs, 10 to 1 and 3 to 6; Sunday, 10 to 1; Wednesday and Sat urday evenings, 7 to 8. The Well-known German Specialist, 317 BTn ST. N.W. 10 years permanently located In Washington city. His success in treating old and so-called lnenraua , cases Is acknowledged t>y the public and profession. See testimonials at his office. , RUPTURE permanently cured without pain or j loss o' time. X-RAY for examination, diagnosis and treatment. CURF.S cancer, lmpotency, stric ture, varicocele, hydrocele, skin, blood polsoB, syphilis and private diseases quickly for lifetime, del 1-tf Consultation free. WINTER RESORTS. HOTEL MARLBOROUGH, ASBURY PARK, N. J. Perfect In all appointments. Elevator. Suites j with private bsths. Spacious snn parlor*. Golf. dcl6-w.s-4t A. M SEXTON. Proprietor. HOTEL TRAY MORE, Atlantic City, N. J. Remains open throughout tbe j year. Every known cotpfort and convenience. Golf privileges. Running water lu bed rooms. Traymore Hotel Co. scl5-104t.O I>. S. WHITE, President. HOTEL DENNIS, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Directly facing tbe ocean; bot and cold sea water j In private baths; golf link privileges. oc30-rj2t-10 WALTEB J. BUZBT. Seaside House, ?UNj;cJ-cm' Ocean front. Every comfort, including sea water baths, elevator, sun parlors, golf, etc. F. P. COOK A SON, de9-26t-6 Formerly of tbe Hotel Senate. PSACOCK INN, Bto"*yne 3sy, Coeoanut Grove, Fla. Moat southern notel on the mainland of the United States; seml-tropicsl; tlshlug, bunting, boating; booklet. Q. F. SCHNEIDER A SON. no24-?t CarrollSpHngs banitarium FOB INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS. Forest Glen. Md. Open all tbe year. Baths, elec tricity, bus narlor, covered verandas, hot-wster beat, open fires. I'ore spring wuter piped through ths buildings Its convenience to Washington especially recomme-Hs it. Send for Illustrated booklet. lyg-tf.l" Address Q. H. WRIGHT. M. D. ATTORNEYS. CAMPBELL CARR1NGTON, Al'TORNEY-AT-LAW, Webster Law building, COS D St. n.w., Washing ton, D. C. Residence, No. 3 Mount Vernon Flats. New York ave and 9ttr st. B.w. selS-4,tf ACCOUNTANTS. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR. Offices, 109 and 110, Washington Loan and Trust building, 9th and F sts. n.w. Telephone No. 97J. Mercantile. Corporatlou ami Legal Accounting. EDUCATIONAL. IN WABHIAOTOB. Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo. Conect method. Slatb season. UEKTKUDB BU< IKING HAM THOMAS. IgTPrlBcetBn. se?*-tf.4 EDWARD C. TOWNSEND. Miss ADA LOUISE TOWNSBND. ELOCUTION. EXPRESSION. VOICE CUI/TCB*. Tbe Olynnls, Cor. 14th ant ltoanoks sts. M.W. ecS-m.4 AeMal ability to converslM and tnanslatlag ta Idly acquired la 7 German, FRENCH, SPANISH, etc Method awarded 4 gold medals; 290 braochas; aa ooal attendance. 60.000. Kstabllsbed 1673. Pri vate or class. Day and evening. At aebosi or residence. SPANISH AT REDUCED BATES. tsM te clrcolar. TrU frse. BERLITZ SCHOOL, wr23f14th st Ptof A GONARD Prlaelgal. ~~ FBBNCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. Beginners and advanced soscsas; classes, bib SDUCATIOHAI pupilb m shorthand; posmom wrag. oat civil service examination. Adtan *0r wcial ratwo.." mat ?<???? f Ladies' Physical Culture, Man. and Tknrs.. 4:M. Addxtm. for circular, Jrot M. A. JOYCE, Carroll Institute. delBtf,* FRENCH LANGUAGE TAUGHT DAYTHCE OB evening at teacher's or pupll'a residence fcf ? jss" 's&.iu fszziim. sa i Mr. Lawrence era. Positions guaranteed. Old Italian method. Low rates. Trial tree. Stadia*, 02? G, attar 2. oc7-68t*.? Spanish Language school. 11 rc. onnvuiiw uvan i? o?v?o., N. Y. ave. Also lessons at PLPIL8' residences. noll-52t?-<i WASHINGTON DKAMAT1C OON8ERVATORY? Trainiuv /or the state and platform. Booklet sent on application. M. APREi.I A BABBINGTON, dell-2tit?-4 Directress, 1116 F at. n.w. MISS KATflib V. WILSON, Teacher of Singing:, Studio, 1329 10th at. n.w.; 'phone North 920-K. deH?26t.5 WANTED?SCHOLABS AT WAGNER'S M1UJ nery Art School. Removed to 817 6th St. n.w. de7-12t? FRIENDS' SELECT SCHOOL. 1811 I ST N.W A school of all grades for boys md girls. Has prf-parKi students for twenty different colleges and technical schools. Excellent Uymnsslum and Play Grounds. Catalogue* ou apjtLirauoo. de5 THOU AS W SIDWELL. Principal PRACTICAL SHOBTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ta tight by competent instructors. Post-Graduate Course personally conducted by experienced re porter. Positions secured. LEON M. ESTA BROOK, Bureau of Stenography and Typewriting. Boom 807. Colorado bldg. ?teMBt*-6 PIANO, VIOLIN, VOICE, &c (?H MB1A CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC. MAN DOLIN, Ac. 802 MT. VERNON PLACE. Edwin Hart de1-32t* W1MODAUGHSIS DANCING CLASS FOR CHIL del-tf ART SCHOOL, 1113 17TH ST.. BETWEEN L AND M STS. lusruction In freehand drawing and painting? oils, water colors?pen and ink?wash and charcoal ?wood burning, carving?class on Saturday for teachers and school children. Circulars on appli cation .it Studio. 10 till 12 a.m. no30-26f Miss 8. W. KELLY. Chevy Chase School amS. French the larpuage of the house. Boys admitted t<. Kindergarten, Primary and Intermediate Depart ments. 20th St., near Baltimore St.. Washington. D. a Mile. L. M. BOULIGNY. Principal. no4-w,m.i-59t.7 " ART SCHOOL. The SALMAGUNDI ART SCHOOL. 1420 New York ave. n.w. All branches. See circulars. nn28 2*lt,-4 fp LYNN'S BI'SINESS COLLEGE, 8th and K. IU Kstalillahed 1876. Day and night sessions, r *2T?-f2.*-A YEA ft?$25?$25. U BISINE8S. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. no27-?u> * HE DRII.LERY, 1100 NEW YORK AVEN'Cfi. Shorthand, Typewrltine. Book keeping. Telegraphy, Bnsiness and Civil Service Preparations. Rough Drafts, Tabulation. Day and evening. Speed dictation. 80 to 1<0 words per minute. oc 28-tf Mrs. Routt=Johnso!i, . Pianoforte and Theory. Pupils now holding re-< 6]DQsible positions as teacbers. Residence, studio, IS Iowa circle. oc28-sAw-tf W OOd S gll East Capitol St. Commercial Day'slid evening sessions. College, 0pen 111 y#ar' oc21-w.s,m.tf-B ? army and navy Preparatory School, 1347 Roanoke St. N.W. Select School for Young Men and Boys. Fall term opens October I. Successfully fits young men for all universities. Offers special training to candidates for Military and Naval Academies, and prepares for direct Commissions in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps. Catalogues at principal book stores. Address E. 8WAVELY. Headmaster. ec21-2mo.U8d ELOCUTION. Private and class instructlcn. Miss MABEL FOREST BOBISON. 317 Colorado Bldg. nol?-iSt? " PHYSICAL CULTURE. Elocution and English. Class and private work. For circular and terms apply to CARRIE MARIE DOl'GLASS. 1110 F at. n.w., Metxerott HalL oc24-52t? THE OLNEY SCHOOL, 1152 Eighteenth Street. Primary. Academic, College Preparatory. Catalogues. Miss VIRGINIA MASON DORSET. X, 1 -tf diss LAURA LEE DOKSEY. Bliss Electrical School Offers a practical course In applied Electricity crn llete in one year. Students fitted for good po sitions In the electrical Industries. Graduates hljcLly successful. Day and evening courses now open. Call or send for Catalog. 218 G ?t. n.w. 'Phone East 437-Y. oc28-tf HOTELS. CARVEL HALL, Annapolis, Md. NEW HOTEL. AMERICAN PLAN. STEAM-XI EAT ED ROOMS. PRIVATE BATHS. SPECIAL RATES TO PERMANENT GUESTS. JOHN a BOYLE, Mans gee. no!8-78t THE CHAPiN APARTMENTS. No. 1415 Cbapln St. All the comforts of a first-class hotel. The only apartment house In the city strictly adapted for the benefit of bachelors and small families tired of the servant question. Furnished and un furnished apartments of two to five rooms with bath, private corridors snd ample closets. Bicycles and storage rooms, steam heat, hot and cold water, electric tight and elevator, boms telephones, chambermaid and complete ball serv ice and ice furnished without extra charge. Restaurant first class. House new, on high ground, four doors from 14th street cars. Long distance telephone. Exceptionally large and ann oy rooms; all outside exposure. H. E. HALL, Manager. no6-tf Formerly of Psrk Ave. Hotel. New York. Chestnut & 22d Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. An exclusively first-class hotel. European plan, $1.50 up. American plan, $3.50 up. Adjoining B. and O. depot. ALFRED WYMAN, Manager. oc31-s,w,30t-28 Thibet, the Strange Land. From the London Outlook. It Is a wonderful country and a strange people. Think of a. tract of land where hot springs abound, round which the deposits are of such rainbow tints as blue, purple, green, red and yellow. It Is easy to imagine that the landscape effects of such coloring are wondrous. The social customs of the people are scarcely less astounding. Poly gamy Is common where the men are rich enough, for wives seem to be a Question of wealth. When poverty compels them sev eral men will have one wife In common. Brothers usually enter into those strange partnerships. The people rarely wash, find ing It warmer to be dirty. The men anoint their faoes with butter, while the women stain their countenances mahogany color with wood chips and lacquer the bridges of their noses Jet black. Cleanliness Is an a esteemed pracUoe. tout cn&txxxA Plenty of Money sad to lass or small <a Diamonds, WitrM, \3% Jw?l7 or Botwhdd Good* to storage at the low fate of. Pay back aa coareafoot. Mfloer loaned salaried people. HORNING, CMrtrtF BMi.?iTpstaln. ?ri?UI Us, I 0AN3 made aa fsndtnt*. piano*. *? etc.. altbont ren? Til. Do au< hesitate if 70a want money, n y? can make your own term*, and ?? make no Inquiries among joor neighbor*, friend* or employer. loor transactions wltk in are nut pub lished. Everything strictly conflden tlal. If you want to *are money, time and worry?SHE US. Washington Mortgage Loan Co., 610 F St. N.w. Ja81-tf.20 MONEY MONEY TO LOAN | On Furniture, Pianos, etc. WITHOUT REMOVAL. Special Rates for Holidays. Small Payments. Time to Suit Borrower. Liberal Discounts. NOTHING DEDUCTED Kltuil LOA.V Potomac Ouatantee Loan Ct\ ?M F STKEEX N.W.. ?????, Atlantic building. Room 18. SECOND FLOOR. STAIRWAY OR ELEVATOR. de8-tf-?) Money Loaned Salaried People sad othrra. without security; easy payment* Larg eat business in 48 prinripsl cities. TOLMAX, oc2U-tt-6 Room 101. KM 15th st. n.w. CONSTANT DUNNING OF SMALL CLAIM CREDITORS CAUSES MISERY! Pay tbem off at once with a lean of us on your furniture, piano or aalary. Repay as monthly. Low rates! If yon hare a loan now, we pay ft off and advance more money. Surety Loan Company, Room 1. Warder Building. 1Kb and F n.w. nol8-tf.2C LOANb ON FURNITURE MAI bE OBTAINED FROM THE COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO.. 613 F St. N.W. AbsofiuteHy No DeSay. ? LOANS TAKEN UP FROM OTHER COM PANIES. no7-3m.B WE LOAN ANY AMOUNT FROM $S TO ?500 ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES. WAGONS. ETC. We charge for Interest only. S10 one month. 10c. $20 one month, 20c. $30 nop month, 30c. And all other amounts in proportion. The simplicity of our buslnew method? ana fair treatment have made ours the most popular o?o? In the city. We give every accommodation al lowed by other companies. Strictly confidential. Xothincr deducted from loan. MUTUAL LOAN AND TBtfST CO.. 918 F atreet n.u*. Rooms 1 i and 18. Easy stairway or elevator to second floor. nol9-tf-20 XilAI Money at special rates for every one. I.cans on your personal note without lodoraer, simply your promise to pcy. Loans made on Pianos. Furnitnre and Personal Property, etc.. without removal. Our new plan Incorporates all the leading features of other reliable companies and enables you to get ac commodated at once. Loan Headquarters. Capital Loam Co., 602 F Street N.W. de?-tf (ESTABLISHED 1880.) HI A L F Rates for Loans On Pianos, Furniture. NO CHARGE FOR PAPEPS. NOTHING DEDUCTED FROM LOAN. LIBERAL TERMS. EASY PAYMENTS. Fourth Floor. jTMTE?.N<^^0^ de7-tf-24 Worry Over Srna&l Bills Is obviated by a loan from ns on furniture, pianos and salary assigi.menta. Repay is small monthly payment*, nave you a loan now I Let us pay It I off and advance you mote money. Rapid execution of loan* la our stronghold?no deductions. Metropolitan Loan and Trust Co., 505 E St. N.W. .joie-tf.20 'Phone East 1098. ROCKVILLE NOTES. New Roadway to Be Opened?Wedding Forecasted?Annual Christmas Ball. Special Correspondence of The Evening Star. ROCKVILLE. Md.. December 15. 1003. The young ladles of the Rockville M. E. Church have organized a missionary so ciety to be known as the "Golden Links." The officers are Miss Daisy Hege, presi dent; Miss Nellie Prlntup, first vice presi dent; Miss Rose Armstrong, second vice president; Misses Ellen Brewer and Carrie King, secretaries, and Miss Lillian Bennett, treasurer. Monthly meetings will be held. Marriage licenses were Issued here today to the following: Clinton Howard Wachter and Bessie L. Bowman; Clarence Gassaway Shipley and Mary Katherine Hager and Lawreuce A. Darby and Julia Allnutt, all of this county. The examiners appointed to determine whether public convenience requires the opening of the road from Avery to Rock ville petitioned for by G. W. Riggs and others have reported in favor of the road. Rockville young men have issued invita tions for their annual Christmas holiday ball In the opera house here, December 31. The committee of arrangements is compos ed of Messrs. George E. Ayton, Hugh Glas cott. Thomas Talbott and Edward Dawson. Mrs. 'William Dorsey, Mrs. Harry A. Daw son and Mrs. R. H. Stokes will act as chaperons. The marriage of Miss Edith Hawking, daughter of Mr. George W. Hawkins, and Mr. Ira Wachter. both of the vicinity of Lay tons ville, this county, is announoed to take place at an early date. Miss Carter Warren of Harrisonburg, Va., Is the guest of the Misses Talbott. Miss Mary Warner, of Virginia Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Charles D. Morgan. Dr. William T. Brown has been appoint ed postmaster at Burnt Mills, this county, vice S. A. Hersperger, resigned. Mr. H. Clinton Allnuttr who was re-elect ed register of wills for this county at the November election, has entered upon his second terms of six years. He has appoint ed his son, Mr. George Allnutt, deputy register. The various tax collectors for this county have, as required by law, given notice that the names of all persons whose taxes are unpaid January 1 will be published In the list of delinquent taxpayers and if taxes are not paid by the second Monday in May the property, or as much thereof as may be deemed necessary, will be offered for sals at public auction. Mrs. Sarah A. Velrs. an esteemed resident of this vicinity, is dangerously ill of pneu monia. She Is In her eighty-first year and her friends are much concerned. Mr. Wm. P. Trail and Miss Leather Poole were married in Washington a few days ago by Rev. Donald MacLeod, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. The Friday Night Euchre Club of Rock ville was entertained recently by Mrs. Mary Dawson and Louise Edmonstos and Harry A. Dawson. Misses Nellie Printup, Messrs. Somenrllle Dawson. Edward Ayton and Lawn Thompson were the prise win ners. The young gentlemen of Rockville have issued Invitations for their annual Christ mas holiday ball, to be given In the opera Crown Prince Frederick WiMasa was re quired by his father to remain in Ms room tor three days tor having raced a steeple chase against the i ' '-*? ON THE RIVXB FBONT SCHOONER CHAS. a BXLEY LOSS IN CHESAPEAKE BAT. Damaged Tug to Be Rebuilt?Oyster Police Boat at Alexandria ?General Halters. The bay schooner Charles S. Riley was lost on Smith's Inland. Ill the lower part of Chesapeako bay. during a B?le Thursday night last. The vessel was coming up the buy with a cargo of lumber, and In running before the gale she .struck upon the outer end of the islanO. The pounding the vessel received by the heavy se^s caused her to break in ivsJf. and the crew were in great danger, but were able to secure their yawl and escape. The yawl had lloated away when the v>-.ssel first struck, but was brought back by the wind. The crew tinally reached tho shore after intense suffering from the cold and exposure. The lost schooner was owned in Baltimore and was a vessel of sixty-five tons. The fish market on the 11th street wharf was somewhat dull this morning, the re ceipts of fresh fish from all sourccs being small. There were but few buyers on hand, and the conditions held prices down Two or three vessels laden with Potomac river oysters are arriving at the wharf here daily, but they bring but small quantities of the bivalves. The stock is scarce and prices hig'n down the river. The demand at the wharf continues fair, and prices range from 65c. to $1.25 per bushel. Ducks are scarce and are selling at high prices. As the two-masted bay schooner Hester A. Waters, which sailed from this city Mon day evening, bound to a Virginia lumber port, was on her way down the river yes terday morning she went ashore on the mud flats near Fort Foote. Md.. and re mained aground all yesterday. It is stated, however, that her crew succeeded in get ting her afloat at high water this morning, and she continued her Interrupted trip. It Is not thought that any damage was done the vessel by running ashore It is understood that the steam tug Spray, which was damaged by fire at Alexandria Monday night, will be repaired and made ready for service again. The damage done the boat is confined to the woodwork about the center of her deckhouse. The sunken schooner American Patriot, which had been drifting about in the river since she was struck and sunk by the steamer Norfolk Wednesday morning last, has at last reached bottom, and is now ly ing on the edge of the channel, a short dis tance above River View wharf. It is sup posed that a part of her decktoad of lumber must have remained on the vessel and kept her partially afloat. General News of the Port. The handsome yacht Rappahannock, the flagship of the Virginia oyster police fleet, which has been lying at Alexandria for sev eral days for minor repairs, has sailed for a cruise on Virginia waters at the mouth of the Potomac. The Rappahannock Is un der the command of Captain lludglns, and has her cruising ground on the Rappa hannock. Her officers report the oyster takers as much excited over the Pr?sP<"* of the passage of the Jordan bill, breaking the Baylor survey. r,,... A new steel tug was launched in Balti more Saturday for the ^erican Towing Company and was named the !>'""?? The new boat is 115 feet long and will be used for towing in Chesapeake bay. Fears are expressed for the safety of tne schooner Cohasset. now- U.lrty-six daya out. with a cargo of asphalt from TrinkUJ to Baltimore. The schooner E. H. Thomp son, which has arrived here and unloaded her cargo of asphalt, left Trinidad se\eral days after the Cohasset sailed. Fishermen have discovered that black bass frequent a spot at the tower end of Water street, where the exhaust piJJ* from the railway power house empty into the river and keep the water warm for some little distance from the shore' In the last four or five days several big strings of fine fish have been caught there. Horseshoe shoal buoys Nos. 0 and 8. IB Hampton Roads, which have been out of position for several days, have been re stored to their proper position by the ves sels of the light house service. Capt. Charles Sly. mate of the steamer Harry Randall, was called home Sunday evening on the arrival of his steamer here by the death of his mother, which occurred at her home. Bushwood, St. Mar> s oounty, Md Sunday morning. The steam >acht India, which was cut through by the ice Saturday while running between Alexandria and the :navT P>i been repaired ana metaled, and returned to service yesterday afternoon. The steamer E. Jamea Tull and the sail ing barge Daniel, with cord wood for I^arrick at Georgetown, have arrived. The schooner Lulu M. Qulllan. with making sand from the 8evern river, has arrived at Alexandria. The Weems line will withdraw one of Its steamers from the Potomac river route im mediately after Christmas. Only one trip a week will be made between W ashlngton and Baltimore during the winter months. The ram schooner Lizzie Williams has ar rive in port with a cargo of about lia.000 feet of pine lumber from North The barge Carolina has been chartered to load asphalt brick here for Norfolk, and came up from Alexandria yesterday after "The'scho^ne^C-^M^Leonard, light, and the sloop Daisy, loaded, sailed yesterday for norePofnthe big 13-inch guns built at the United States naval ordnance foundry here, t has been at the naval proving Sronnds at Indian Head undergoing the * was brought back to tills city d*fy afternoon on a naval gun barge in tow of the tug Triton. Falls Church News. Special Correspondence of The Erenlng Sl?r. FALLS CHURCH, Va., December 1<5, 1H0B. The funeral of Dr. W. S. B. Henry took place from the Baptist Church yesterday -afternoon, the services being conducted by Rev. T. W. T. Noland, assisted by Rev. W. H. Woolf. Messrs. E J. Galpln, M. H. Brlnkerhoof, Addison Noland, Geo. A. Brunner, W. H. Veltch and 8. D. Tripp acted as pallbearers. Dr. Henry was a member of one of the most distinguished families of Virginia, a descendant of Pat rick Henry. He had been a resident of Falls Church about two years, making his home with his great nieoe, Miss Sallle 8. Beach. His remains were Interred in Oak wood cemetery. The visit of Rev. C. E. B. Ward. Inter state field secretary of the Christian En deavorers, lias been of great interest to the members or the society here. Saturday afternoon Mr. Ward addressed a public meeting In the Presbyterian Church under the auspices of the Junior society. At 6 p m. a banquet was tendered him in the Sunday school room of the church, upon which occasion sliort addresses were made by Prof. H. F. IiOwe, state president; Mr. A. M. Smith, state treasurer; Mr. G. W. Hawkhurst, Miss Gertrude Nourse and Mrs. G. W. Hawxhurst. Mr. W. R. Stew art. president of the local society, presided. At night Mr. Ward addressed a publio meeting In the Presbyterian Church under the auspices of the society. Rev. A. W. Graves was called to Loudoun county, Va., yesterday, by the death of hla only sister, who lived near Purcelville. Miss Clara P. Morrill, preceptress of Hebron Academy, Hebron, Me., and Miss Frances H. Morrill, a teacher In Water vllle (Me.) High School, are visiting their Bister, Mrs. R. L. llsley. Mrs. George 8. Somervllle has as her guest her sister, Miss Hubbard of Fauquier ceunty, Va. Mr. A. M. Smith and family, who moved to Newport News a year ago, have re moved back here, and are occupying their residence on Maple avenue. Holland's Financial Crisis. From the London Globe. Holland is just now passing through a very severe financial crisis. A good many banks have failed in Haarlem, Delft and other northern towns, and some in the south. Even at The Hague and Amster dam one or two houses hare fallen into serious difficulties. Much of the trouble has been directly caused by the recent dis turbance of the American market, but its origin is doe to reckless speculation and reaction, after a period of Inflation. The weaker houses are now feeMng the strain, and some experienced observers doubt U .the trouble is at an end.