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J OH -VBAta.Y NEW NEOSTTIJ*.. H VIJ" prh?*. ln<julr? after 5 p.m., L. M. E., 1?>26 lTth at. Ja27-3t* FOR SA1?S?1XX>1# ROOM; TWO 8BOi;iVHAND fables. CmU between 7 and 8 p.it , 1'ALL i 3II11EVE, Hyattaellle, Md. It* FOR SALE?EDISON OSCuZaTIXG MIMD> graph; c<?t, $50; will tell for $25. Addresa 35, Star office. Ja27-3t* FOR SALE PINE WOOD SAWED IN BLOCKS, $3 50 per half cord, delivered. Box 13fi, Star ollii'v. Js27-3t* JOB SALE - Bl* THOUSAND GOOD OLD brick* and cracked bricks also. Inquire 2218% lim at. n w. W H. DAVIS & SON Js27-3t* F05"wL?-10.000 YARDS CRUSHED STONE, 10 <?*> yards grsvel. 00,000 yards concrete aand. F .1 TfiTTOf, Room 830, Bond bldg.. Repre senting ?\?ntee Hand and Ortvel Oo. and Poto raw Lime and Stone Co.; tel. il. 1093. Ja27-3t* i OH SALE FEW SHARKS Or EA?T WASHINO toa Savings flank stork at $13.50 per share. Ad dre*s Box 40, Star office. Ja27-3t i"Im SA1.B Sl'tt 'IAL BARGAINS IN t SED plNiwvo Magnificent upright irrand; flueat style; rbhest finished case; grand tone; was $500, now only $875. Elegant upright grand In rich mahogany rase; superb tone: une<]ualed in quality anil durability; one of the tinest makes; was $500, now only $330. Fine full hlxe upright graud; beautiful atyle; all the heat Improvements; aweet, rich tone; only $2*0. Fine mahogany upright; joat like new; was $450; atyle, one of our beat makes; goes out t<* $175. Another beautiful upright In dark mahogany; only slightly used; sscrlflced for only $210. J'ine square planoa. Kuabe aquare; fine tone; $7.~> $4 per mo. Weber, Haines, Stultz & Bauer dmIem, 9100. <;<hx1 squares for (Mdwn, $25 to j $3<? GRIMI23' PIANO STORES, 1212 F at. | Ja27 \bii tf FOR SALE PIANO BARGAINS ? STIEFF, Knabe. l>ecker Bros.. Miller, Kobler & Camp hell. Marshall & Wendell and a uumber of other bargain*; ail guaranteed; for caah or easy monthly payments. CHAS. M. 8TIEFF, 521 11th at. n.w. J. C CONURf, Manager. ja27-tf BALE F1A2VO PLAYUL GOOD OWfDITIO!?, cheap; also 14 rolla of music. Address J. X. D.. Star office. Ja27-3t* FOR SALE REFRIGERATOR, HALIj RACK, enameled and brass bed. mattress, couch mat tress and cortr. Call ?02 M. Ja27 3f FOR SALK MANHATTAN TYPEWRITER; FOUR drawer typewriter desk; good order. REID. 013] 7th at. n.e. Ja26-3t? 1 FOR SA1.E BAR FIXTURE, 14 FEET IX) NO, cheap. J15 6th at. n.w. Ja26 3t* FOR SALF. THESE BARGAINS ARE THE BEST ever offered anywhere- Wheeler & Wilaon, $5; Singer. $*: Standard. $10; W. A W. No. 1>, $10; Singer drop-head. $15. We rent and repair any as wltboot delay. Save your money by deal ing with KI NK S AOBNOY, 1904 7th at. Ja26-3t FOR SALK TYPEWRITERS REMINGTON, $23; Bli?k, $35; Hammond, $27.50; Chicago, $20; (all graph. $10; 20% discount until Feb. 1. THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 918 F at. n.w. ja24 90t.eSo,4 FOR SALK?A LARGE VIOLIN. IN GOOD CON dltIon; cheap. Address Box 4. Star office. Ja25 3t# roil SAI^R beautifully MARKED 8T. BER nard puppy, 7 weeka old. Apply at 727 11th n.w. Ja25 3t* FOR SALK KIMBALL PIANO. IN GOOD CON (Ution; will sell at a sacrifice. Call 1113 22d n.w. 1a25 3t* FOR SALK TIFFANY BLUE-WHITE SOLITAIRE | diamond ring, in pawn for $45; cost $110; ticket ; ? ?heap Address Box 8, Star office. Ja25-3t* FOB SALE-THREE SNAP BARGAINS IN Up right Pianos One $25<> IMano at $95; one $275 Piano ;iI $125; one $800 Piano at $l."?o. Eight other good bargains, slightly used planoa. HUGO WORCH, 923 F ST. Pianos for rent. Handled and shipped. Sohmer. Blasius, Worch and Kurtzman Pianos. J a 25 tf .8 FOR SALE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK of new high grade upright pianos from ($115.00) upward; warranted 10 years. I have no RENT to pay and my expenses are small, so can 8ell cheaper than any house in city. Call and he con. vlnced. F. W. HKLBIG, 1742 7th. Established 23 years. Jal6-tf Tt>R SALK- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS?FOR ! sale, in largo or 8inali quantities, at low figure, hvnl granite and bluestone (any size); will de livrr If desired ROBINSON A CO. (Inc.). 613 14th st n.w.; 'phone M. 3339. Jal($-30t FOR SALE- BRASS BEDS. $16.50. THEY USD ally sell fcr.- $35.00. NOTES* FL'R. STORE. 9th and I) n.w. jal5-tf LOR "sale ? $14 TO $18 IRON BEDS~$7.50. VOTES' FI R. STORE. 9th and 1) n.w. jal5 tf FOR SALE?BEST FELT MATTRESS. $6.75; guaranteed good as any for $15.00. NOTES' FUR. ST()RE 9th and D n.w. Jal5-tf FOR SALE THE BEST CHANCE YOU'VE EVER bad to pick up a bargain In a high grade, slightly lined Upright Piano. Here are some of the bar gains; Knabe Upright, $250; StiefT Upright, $200; Chlckerlng Upright. 5225; Fischer Upright, $175; Billings Upright. $125; Shonlnger Upright, K.utetsou Stjuare, $75; Chlckerlng Square, $75 Sold on easy payments. O. J. DetMOLL & CO.. 1231 G St. Jal2-tf FOR SALE- MORRIS CHAIRS. $4 4R; ARM r>? kers. $1.48; drop-aide com'h. $2.98; parlor and bed roor> suite. $1 per week Call and see me. oc2S-tf-eSu REDMOND. 311 ami 813 7th n.w. FOR SALE A. B. C. HEADACHE POWDERS. Immediate Relief. de2a.ro.w.tf Druggists'. 10c. FOR SALK SAVE THE PIECES! ROYAL GLUE MENDS 'EM. China, Toys. Furniture, etc. de2 a.m.w.tf Druggists'. 10c. FOR flALB- GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES, fitted to your windows, only 25c.; the best qual ity oil opaque shades, 50c., hung free. Will call with samples. KLEEBLATT'S. 11th & U sts. n.e. mv29-t BUSINESS PROPERTY. BARGAINS IN BUSINESS PROPERTIES. To the man who Is seeking a business property ' Is own use or for investment this list will pro v.- of surpassing importance. Every property In it is materially under what any one who knows value* will tell you It Is worth. $56,000. Rents for $4,500 a year. A splendid cornet property on our best business street, opposite * veral of the largest establishments. Must l- sold to close an estate. Pa. ave. Rents $175 a month. To settle estate, $26,000. 7TII ST N W. BETWEEN D AND E. west side; a very choice piece of store prop erty under lease. 13TH ST. BETWEEN F AND H. west side; 2 properties; wide frontage. New York are. between 18th and 14th. 11th ai 1 12th 9th and 10th. Several bargains. 14th st between H and I, K and L. L and M A VERY CHOICE modern F at. store, west of 10th, to be sold at n vory reasonable price. Out-of-town heirs, wishing to divide the estate, will sell for less than $60,000. The lot Is worth $40,000, and Improvements cost $30,000. At present low rental 5 per cent net is realised. PAYING 5% NET. Two of the l?est properties on F street. One locsted near the Ebbitt House. The other has a frontage of 173 feet. NO 72i> 11TH ST. N.W. ilie Palais Koynl. diagonally across from the "Boston House." in the heart of the shopping district, a fine location for any line of business; lot 20x100 to paved alley; price, one-fourth less than any property on this square; the lowest priced desirable business *ite in the city. 9TH AND E STS. N.W. 'aw be pun-hased at a very low price. Suit abb* f.:r a hotel or office building. $46,000. lieaseJ at $4,260 a year. A fine large building on a prominent corner, west of 9th st. n.w. Tl.is price represents the amount formerly loaned on it. A DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY renting for $10,000 a year. Very desirable; new. near 15th and New York ave. Send for complete list of business properties and investments. STONE & FAIRFAX. Js27 3t 1342 New York see. 1 OR SALK hi sinks.s property on #TH ST. u.w. ii*?t G ?t.; 28 7U feet front. TYLER & RUTHKRKORD One.). . 1807 F *t. n.w. REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY. / -M MM Kit HOME AT NBW LONDON. CONN.? v private reaidence. suitable for yachtsmen; acres - of ground, situated on Pequot ave. three elghfhs of a mile north of Peqnot Houae; vlth garden if desired; house contains 16 rooms, i>< hiding three bath rooms (1 private), four ? losets. billiard room; plazxa three-fourths ?.r und the bouse, part of same J>elng 24 feet wide; als> stin room. House fully furnished ? except linen and silver*; electric light; also eeparab hous?> In the rear which ean 1h? used f??r servants; bArn coutains two regular and two box stalls <*oaehman's room ami carriage room; t *n handle 3 autom?'tdles; there Is s private de<*k 180 feet long, with two landings for small l-?at?; seven feet of water at end of dock at 1 w tide; perfect anchorage with 1H feet any where in front of dock; l?e?t and most protected anchorage on coast; will be let for season 19otS inclusive of 36-foot launch if desired. Address owner. J W. T . Post o?< e Box 206. MadlsoD Sq N. Y.. for photographs. It COUNTRY PROPERTY. 1.ir HAJ.E OR HCH.VMjr FX1R CITY PROP erty The <'ool Spring Farm of 100 acres; In good <<>ndlt1on; tine bam; 2 miles from Lees burg. Vs. Address Box 20, Star o?re. Ja27-3t* STORAGE. loo SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGE MI the load; packing, hauling and ahipplng. See us before storing. THOMAS DoWIJNo A CO., Auetnnvers. 612 E st. n.w.; 'Phoo? Alain 615. JsSO tf ACCOUNTANTS. I. K BATK8, Pobllr AcrouDt.ot mid A editor, OOJvr*. 707 and 706, Wtstaloctoo Una and Trust building, Bth and F at*, n.w. Telcpboo* 971. Mercantile. C<m>oration mad Legal Accounting. J,10 tf.*-- - SUBURBAN PB0PE3.TY. TH09. J. PI8BBK * CO. (INC.), 1414 r it. n.w. kt>r sale?bcy a lot now is the scb urbe. so you can liar* your Inuf ready bv spring. T"u SPECIAL I'BICES DURING THE WINTER .SEASON IN? OAK VIHW (between Cleveland Park and St. Albans). FKKNWOOD HEIGHTS (directly on Conn. are. above Cleveland Park). CHEVY CHASE. Washington* "HANDSOME SUBURB." Tlieee autH have economical lot*. All city Im provements (water, immir. light lot m re in ?'irr?, alley*). Bent car service?one fare, no tranaferrlns-di rectly Into the city op till 12:30 at night. Washington't beat development Is and will al ways be in tij I? directum. kf*. iif. '"'J1,y?"?n ,l"" subject of pnrebate. wEkf,1?*. ,lU' INFORMATION AND AUTO you w; waiting kor FOR SALE- J1.2&I Will buy a lot In Cleveland I'ark. DO-ft. front*, from an out-of-town owner TbS? lot lies beauti ruiiy. and U a bnrffafn at tlie price , ... - J. FISHER & CO. (inc.), .)*-'? 6t 1414 F ST. N.W. FOR SALB- ~ ? Beautiful home In Kensington at a very :ow price; owner, having removed from Kensington. U anxious to tell. Lot 160 feet front by a d?pth of liB feet. It Is beautifully located; tbe grounds are covered with shrubbery and hand ?"roe tbade treet. The house hat 8 large rooms, hot and cold water, bath, clotet tnd la piped for gas. This attractive property can be had at a positive bargain. FOR SAI.FV At KEN8INGT0N, 8-room house, in thorough repair; steam best, large grounds. Price, $3.0UW; terms to suit. FOR SALB? A 14.room house and live seres of ground. Tbe houte Is surrounded by hesuttfnl shads trees, located In one of the choicest sections of the L?r'ct' within driving distance of the Capitol. Will be sold very cheap. FOR SALE? .f'T. 8 room bou?? ?t TAKOMA PARK, with all city conveniences, large grounds, convenient to stesm and electric csrs. Price ressonsbie; terms to suit. FOR SALE? 28 acres, with lsrge boost. close to city; ad joining one of tbe finest country estates la Montgomery county, Maryland. Will exchan;* for city property. TERRELL & LITTLB. . ? ? Cfclorado Bnlldlng, J?27-?t 14th and <1 *ts FOR SALE- "??????? IAI.\S RIGHT I.ARiiR ROOMS ivn rat** ?rni%r\ FLVMIUBD IN GOLDBK OAK* ?2?>1 BATH ROOM: CONCRETE CELLAR; GROUND WIDE VERANDA AND LARGE , ? TERRELL & LITTLE. Ja27-3t Colorado bid#. ONE ACRE OF REAL ESTATK IS WORTH 4 HUNDRED CASTLES IN THE AIR v?I,'?<>lLih|^,n?n!7 OTT ,1,11,1 -T,m wl" "n<l that the Imaaa ieTi.f k .W<-V"'T "ommenced to a matt wraith by buying a piece of real eatat?? and raany of the greatmt fortunes have t>een made in thta way. it j, not powlhle for the ordinary tvaffe earner to buy city property as the V V" '"T?"** t?> grea t no outlay at the beginning, but any one earning av n"*", f" *c?uW* ? ??* In tbeTora tbt,.,irl!1' an'1 ?>" the term* we are offering J2.!!i ?? p n,a"v ,ma" tracts within llie reach of every working man. If you buy a few JSrjEJff r^.r1 ,heni P"ld f,>r thp money with which to build can ea*ily be had Secure a w"n, ' ? ma,ler ?>?"? modest that home may be. it will possess a charm all Its own and will irive I? \ VrUD,t of '"dfpenOence that wilf lighten "n1 m;k'> llf*" wuT,h living, i.ai.d ruini a i'V. . ashing ton 1b Increasing !u \alue Ao raiililly that no better Investment can be made than to buy country property now Conic and see u? and talk the matter lirer. th'.fln,'8t ,arm? a?il country homes in J Breat Irargainj. fiet our list ^ original timber; wire fenc ing, S stream* nprlng*; Or. house; staMe: new dairy; smoke house, hennery; floe bearing or " s"'"n fru,t: Mi mile station; abort ride .ik,.* ;'!x): 0110 of <>nr ,lp*t bargains. . . i "I?"- Rockvllle trolley; Or. house stable. dairy; beautiful grove; $2,20<? 3240?0 acres u U1lle trolley; dwelling: shade ?'-600- ??"">' term*. .il.*tldi??>?ft acres near Cleiutale; plenty wood S^;W/i^(jo,ma U?U8<?; 4 <H,tln,lWhlK9: 100 fruit 15?(JottaRe. barn hennery; fruit; beautiful tl"t00i *?0<?own, ?15 mmithly. l i 7'ftj * p!fln* 8,?or*'- A ?too<1 barn*!". 1370--*17,.(>-?r cottage; fine condition; large sbed; in Brigbtwood i'ark. y,1,!iZr$1J!?'!~LaT*Z 1?': 6r house; summer kitiben, borebes; iatrobe: fruit; stable: nice ear den; 5c. rare. * 3i02?Nearly an acre: forest shade; shrubbery; , r- house; l,i-ft veranda: cabinet mantels; porce lain bath: gaa machine; chicken hotiae; windmill; ?5o? S ; 2 '"'"otes .-ar*; $3.2T,0. ea*y terms. 4105?M acres. 25 wood: dwelling, barn chick en bouse; large stream; 10 mile* city, lest than mile c?rs: magnificent flowing Ilthia spring at ???; w?<"th every cent of price anted: $1,000. . !????,-Nearly 2 acres: pretty 7r. house; stable: hot bed?; close to cart; I1.C50. n?? 'on164, atTTT: Ji4 "llIe8 fn,m station on renna. R.R.. 1 mile* from city; No. 1 land" l! .M. *? : :ow "tables and all needed out bulRlinga: good fruit; wiring water, t stock and dairy farm of merit, offered on account of death in family: ts.txjo. MS-210 acres; first-class fruit and dairy farm; 10 acres hard wood tlinlier; fencing eost"tl.200 streams, springs; splendid orchards frnlt trees pea.-be*, pear*, apples, cherries; crops wheat oats, corn. bay. <Si<-.: Sr. house; basement for fruit storage; basement barn. :(0 stalls fitted for dalrv purposes; all needed outbuildings: tenant house dairy: near station. 19 mile* city; J,5.500. 1 1 THE SOCLE CO.. 130 I.a. ave. FOR SALE 4K At'RBM, OPPOSITE THE OEORCB town Inlvereity SAMi ra. HEALMEAR. Room 1. Calvert tiblg . Baltimore. Aid. Ja27-3t* iX)R SALE?SCBCBBAN - ' TAKOMA PARK HOMES. $4,00fi 9r.. Holly ave., reception hall, a.m L concrete cellar; lot 00x200. $4.6!V>-?r.. Maple live., rcceptlon hall, high eel lar, porcelain bath, all m.l,; near stations- lot iaxl<5; shad*-. $5>.t)00 lor. and b., furnace, Takoira ave * cheaD est property In North Takoma. ?5.800?10,, colonial. Buffalo ave.; large, shady Dr.. 161 ft. on Carroll ave., all m I cob cretc callar; near stations: prime condition ,r. and attic. Maple ave. lot ltH>x23a* shade: alyllab and attractive; off>r wanted *7.000--,Kin". Mr,, slate roof, ,-on er Maple'and Carroll ave*.; 2Ifl ft. on Maple, 100 on Carroll shade and frnlt. WV have numerous other propert es In this the largest \\ aablngtou suluirli, whlcl we can sell during the WINTER MONTHS at unusually low w*; h*v'- a'*o lots all o\er the sulmrfj for and upward, on monthly piymenfa ?Ve control more properties In Ti k<nna than all tbe rest of tbe d.-alers combined, tnd. the man ager of our suburban department l??Ing a res ident of Takoma. we have provided special facll or hsndllng properties In thh locality W E ARM MAKINO A aPBC(.\?.rV OK INtr PROPE11TIK8 ON TKItMS TO SI IT PI'R ' VSMALL CASH PAYMENTS B VI, V&r'WZW'* INOTAU'MJ;"V"T8 , ? COLLINS-OLERRY COMPANY, Ja-.-3t.eSn ?21 13th at. n.w. FOR RENT -0 ROOM HOLSE AND BARN NEAR reform school I-angdoo. I), c., *8 per mo! Ar' I'ly t" w M H. SEAMAN. 1424 lltli at. Ja2ti-3t* FOR SALE - AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN7 pretty ^-stor.v. r, room houte and bull; practically new ; good cellar; 2 acres land: 20p fruit trees of a 1 ta If'?,1" kitchen; 2 larl:e hen bouses; ? le w! fencing: 1 mile ef*t ?f Brancb *Jd , sicettlble to electric or steam rall TlTle' f to ow"*r? H- A- Brancb *"'*? M"- Ja20-3t? for Sale -m very kksikabi.e lots sitc ??n? I. . 'iH-r. v,-: '"'"'h lot 23 by 115: beautl Z i! "Jtuated. It. K. I>.; minutes' walk from railroad; graded public school and two churches: a good many new buildings now In progress. This Is a good Investment. Apply ? J A. CARPENTER'S STORE, J*2o .1t? g Rii3. va. R. F. D. No. 2. FOR SALE CAN T01J WALK AROUND YOl'K route: Have you large piirchca. a line wide lawn and a garden? "KINGSTON," the finest property In the Takoma section, offers these and many other attractive feature*. Large lott, #?00 to *700, ou eaty termt. Send for "Plat*" you'll like It. A. K. FOX CO.. Estab. lttfo. n.e cor 14th and N. Y. are. Ja22-tf FOR 8Ai>: OKSIRABIJC S-HOOM COTTAGE ON line of Brigbtwood electric cart; iwrcelalo bath furnace, ample porches, shade and gronndt. Ad dress OWNER. Box 247, Star office. Ja22-6t? 6"* 1"0 FOOT IXIT8 ARE SKU.INO AT *75 AT Barcroft, four miles from city; electric and at earn service; recorded plat and particular. Addrets Boi 278. Star ottlce. Ja22-6t* VERY DESIRABLE 100-ACRK KRUIT FARM' 2.000 standtrd varieties apple treet I BOO te^ lectei* varieties peach treea, 800 pear trees 1M plum treet and tmtll fruitt sufficient for family use; price, <6,500, half caah. . , .. PIERCE & PIERCE, J*I-tf Vienna. Fairfax Oo? Va. FOB SALE?8PLBNDID RRAL K8TATK; BBASOlT able and on eatv terma; tend for my new cata logue of great bargalnt; they cooaitt of grtlm. dairy fruit, truck, poultry tnd blue grata fannT alao lovely hornet along the (team and electric car lloea, with acretge tnlttble for office hotdert tlao botlnett property, inch at ttoret. hotela! mlllt. balls, etc. We have good land, aooii schools, churches and good society. It will gay you to come out and let me thow yog around I btve alwtyt lived In tbe country. I can do a better part by you than if I lived In tbe city. Don t fill to tend for my new catalogue before j on boy, JOHN V. JERMAN. Fairfax a H? Vg. Branch office at Vienna. 'Phone connection al Kalrfai C. H. and Vienna. oc7-tf TAKE CAPITAL TRACTION CARS. ON PENN tylvanla ave., tsarked F tad O, and go over the new electric line (free transfers) and buy a lot from which you get a grand view of the city. The* beautiful Highland lots are within twelve mtnntet' ride of tbe Capitol, and the lota caa be bad on eaty monthly paymentt. You caa double your money. D. 8. REALTY CO.. 7th tt . Pt. and La. aves. n.w. te7-tf GET A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO TODB B0B orban or farm purchase in Maryland from tbe Maryltnd Real Ettate Title Co.. Com. Nat'l Bank bldg . 1 Ith and G. tnd yoar title will be aeenra. apg-d.eSu PALMISTRY. MMK. RITA. THE WORLD'S GREATEST PALM ltt and astrologer, now holding receptions at 723 Htb at. n.w. Ja4 2S1? Fee. 20c. tnd OOe, MADAME CATHERINE." WASHINGTON'S ?A vorite palmist and caro reader. 910 New York ave.. readings. 25 sad GO cents. eeSt-tf FOE SALE?LOTS. FOB 8AI.R?BARGAIN LOTS. Two good lots n.e., $1,000 eack. Sixe 20x100 to alley. Neat new union station. It HKBERMANN & HAWN, 1303 F u w. FOB SALE?BARGAIN LOTS N.E. Six food lot* 0650 each Four good lots $500 each Good for builder or speculation. It L1EBERMANN k SAWN. 1803 F at. n.w. FOB SALE-BARGAIN LOTS. LOOK THIS IT. BEAUTIFUL LOT on COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, weat of 12th art. n.w.; 65c. per foot to quick buyer. It HKBERMANN A HAWS. 1308 T Wt. FOB SALE LOTS FOR THE MOST PROFrTABLE BirnjDING OPERATION'. N.W. COB. RANDOLPH AND 3D 8TS. N-SL 100X184 AT 45C. PBB SQ. FT. AND 200x115 OX CORNERS OF S STREET. BEATON AND 4TH N.E., AT 400. PEIt FT. 3 CONCRETED WS., 2 CORNERS. EVERY CONVKNHWCB, CARS. LOTS IN CL<J8E PROXIMITY, 50 TO 75a, NOT NEAR SO GOOD. NON-RESIDENT DETERMINED TO SELL OB WOULD N<JT QUOTE SO LOW FIGURE. VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST IN ECKINGTUN. J. B. WIMER, REAL EST., 1201 G ST. Js27-3t FOB SALE?A NUMBER OF YKBY BEAIT1FUL lots; Massachusetts ave. n.w., Sheridan Circle. Kaloram;i and Belslr Heights. Splendid opportunity fftr home or investment. SWARTZKLL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., Ja27-2t,-Su 816 F St. n.w. FOR SALE?50-FT. LOT IN HOLMEAD MANOR; will he suld cheap; out-of-town owner I* anxious to sell; make us su offer. TH0S. J. Finn BR & CO. (Inc.), ja27-2t 1414 F st. n.w. FOB SALE?CHEAP; 75-FT. LOT IN PF7TWORTH; out-of-town owner Instructs us to get an offer. THOS. J. FISHER A CO. (Inc.). Ja2T-2t 1414 F at. n.w. FOB SALE? Two half-acre lots; also s few smaller lots, re maining unsold at '"Mount Pleasant Heights." The extension of 14th at. (now grading) and the construction of the $50,000 16th st. bridge NOW BEING BUILT will greatly Increase values In this locality. Price*, 20 to 40c. a aq. ft.; $100 to $500 cash, bal. $20 to $50 monthly. Remember, only a few lots remaining unsold. Drop postal, telephone or call for plat. Ac. FULTON R. GORDON. Suburban Bealty Operator. ROBERT E. HEATER. Mgr.. js27-7t Colorado bldg. Tel. Main 52ft. FOB SALE?LOTS. ON SIXTH ST. S.E. NEAR A CAB LINE. A GOOD BUILDING LOT. 116x93 TO ALLEY; A FINK LOCATION FOR ROW OF SMALL HOUSES. PRICE, 50 CENTS PER FOOT. ON G ST. N.E.. ON CORNER, 108x90 TO AL LEY. PRICE. Oft CENTS PER FOOT. ('KARENCE BARNARD. "THE OVAL SIGN." 1412 G- ST. N.W. ja27-3t,eSu FOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN? Lot on O bet. 16th and 17th n.w., 22x125, at $1.10. Address the owner. Box 19. Star office. Ja26-3t FOR SALE?FBAME HOUSE AND LOT, 40x100. 2015 12TH ST. N.W. $4,000. HOUSE AND 20-FT. IX>T, $2,800. VACANT 20-FT. LOT, $1,200. SPLENDID BARGAINS. TERMS TO SUIT. J. B. WIMER. REAL EST., 1201 G ST. Ja25-3t FOR SALE SPECIAL BABGAIN IN NOBTHKAST GROUND. Near F and 14th sts. Two fronts and between two car lines. Will subdivide into 16 building lots at cost of only $600 per lot. Just the location for medium-priced houses. Builders and speculators are Invited to inspect this property. Price only 35c. per foot; worth 50c. Very accommodating terms. WRIGHT A HOPKINS, Exclusive Agents, Ja25-3t New Office, 802 F St. n.w. FOR SALE? " VEBY FINE SITE FOR A HOME OR AN APARTMENT HOUSE. South side A st. n.e. between 6th and 7th sts. Only 70c. per foot. Ground opposite held at $1.25. THIS IS A BIG BARGAIN. WRIGHT A HOPKINS. Ja25-3t New Office. 802 F at. n.w. FOR 3AI.E- ADJOINING NICE ROW OF PRETTY, new houses on I-amout (Dartmouth) st. near 13th, 2 tine building lots. The owner is anxious to sell and wants an offer. ja25-tf.B H. L. RUST, 008 14th at. FOR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOT NEAR Lincoln Park; 20-ft. front; side alley. Bargain If sold at once. Ja25-3t W. F. HUMMER. 324 Pa. aye, s.e. FOB SALK ECKINOTON?BUY NOW; VERY LOW. CHEAPEST. HANDSOMEST IN N.E. BEST FOB BUILDING OPERATIONS IN AI.L WASHINGTON. NON RESIDENT OWNER SACRIFICING. ACTIVITY AND BETTER PRICES ASSURED j.i24-6t J. B. WIMER. REAL EST., 1201 O ST. FOR SALE?LOT? BARGAINS?$800. 8 LOTS, WEST 18TH ST. NOllTH OF COLUMBIA BOAD. ONLY $850 EACH. GREAT LOT BARGAIN OF DAY MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 717 14TI1 ST. N.W. ja23-tu,th,s.3t FOB SALE?LOTS, LOTS. LOTS. IN ALL SECTIONS. YOU'LL SAVE TIME AND MONET BY GETTING OUB LIST. IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS. ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIGHTS STONE & FA1BFAX, 806 and 808 F at. n.w. myl7-tf t FOR SALE-CALL FOB OUB LIST OF LOT8 BU1LDINO LOTS FOB BUILDERS AND HOME BUilDEBS: SPECULATIVE GROUND. CALL FOR LIST. nol2-tf MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 717 14th st. n.w. SUBURBAN PROPERTY. YOU, NO DOUBT, An? looking for a SUBURBAN" HOME?would like to make the change from the city block you are now existing (not living) in, but have not the nerve to make the change; or, perhaps, have not yet been able to decide where to lo cate. We want you to see SILVER SPRING PARK, ?Its beautiful surroundings and refined neigh borhood, and learn of the Inducements we offer you to buy and build in this suburb. Don't make a mistake by continuing to Mve in the crowded city, just because you have not enough money to pay cash for your home. WE WILL ASSIST YOU ?If vou mean business?will sell you a large lot, from 100 feet front to 1 acre, and lend you the money with which to build before you have the lot entirely paid for. ONLY 25 MINUTES TO CITY ?by electric line; aLso located on the beat driveway out of Washington. Stores, railroad station, telegraph, freight and express office? adjoin the property. Yon can't make a mistake if you buy here, and you owe It to yourself and family to at least investigate. Out carriages are always at your service, and we will be pleased to drive you and your wife out to see the property at any time. ATTEND TO THIS NOW BY EITHER WRITING, 'PHONING OR OAULING ON US. ROBINSON & CO. (INC.), 'Phone 3339. 613 Fourteenth st. n.w. Ja22-6t PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIRGIL CLAVIER PIANO SCHOOL, 118 C at. n.e. 'Pbone East 438-W. Northwest Studio, 1329 F Street. Mass Georgia E. MiMer, DIRECTOR. <0ertlflcste pupil A. K. Vlrril of N. Y.) Class and prtrate lessons. Physical culture. Circular. Ja20-a.Su&n till Jyl-14 Mrs. BradBey McOuffie, TEACHER OF SINOINO. Ja20-90t STUDIO. 1320 F ST. MEDICAL. Dr. Ffsk Elgin, Expert treatment of private diseases, chronic and acuta. Both sexea. All consultations confidential. Medicine furnished. Prices moderate. Hoars, 0 to 1. ( to 6, T to 9. 1233 Pa. are. 'Phone M. 1810. jaS80t*-fl Dr. Leatherman, Expert In the core of all forma of cnotariooa blood and skin diseases of men and women. All affec tlona of a delicate nature quickly cored. Advice free. 312 10th at. n.w. nol*-tf W. T. BALDUS, M.D.. PH.D.. GERMAN 8PH cialist on Diaeaaea of the Brain. Nervous System, Heart, Kidneys, Stomach and other Diaeaaea. Doctor's service and medicine, $2. Tel. M. 2516. Houra, 10 to 1, 4 to 0. S.E. cor. 0th and f n.w. ]y!9-tf-5 Or= Reed, Specialist, 509 12th Street 9<5 VPAH??' SUCCESSFUL I JQ-rtflV.*-* PRACTICE IN Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System. Skin. Blood. Heart. Stomach, Liver. Kidneys, Bladder. Nose, Throat and Loan Stricture. Varicocele and Hydrocele cured. No pain. No toss of lime. Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organs promptly relieved and permanently cured by safe methods. Charges low. Free consultation In per am or by letter. Hours: 10 t? 1 and 8 to 8: Sun days. 10 to i. aolS-tt-20 WINTER RESORTS mew jbmbt. Atlantic City. Chester Inn. aw*; cteam beat: elevat<v; $2 day ap. fl" ap weekly. Mt?. D. KNACER- J?27?X Hotel Ponce de Leon, ??*T' Virginia itp. it Beech. Modern In appointments. First-cImb c?M? and service. Special spring rates. *10 op weekly, Booklet. 8. E. SWEENY. la?90t-B O A L B N" Hill, HOTEL AND SANITARIUM, ATLANTIC CITT, N. J. Ottr elegant New Brick Building la wm complete. No more lnxnrloua accommodations on thp OoAit. With half an acre or curatlw Batha and a swimming pool. Booklet. F. L. YOUNG, Oen'l Manager. an27-180t.l0 THE RUDOLF. The Rudolf i? offering superior secomrtatlona, with the finest cuisine to be had. Reasonable win ter rates. American and European plana. Ja21-tf.8^ iT E. KUEB. THE PENNHURST, Ocean end Michigan s*e. Rooms en suite with baths. Long distance 'phones in rooms. Bavatot to street. WM. R. HOOD. ja2i eot HAOOON HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Always Open. On Ocean Front. Courteous Attention. Homelike Surrounding*. Every Comfort. Booklet and Calendar on application. LEEDS * LIPPINCOTT. ja6-d.eSa-tf.15 II ATLANTIC CITY. Overlooking tbe Ocean. Open nil the 7far. TRAYMORE HOTEL CO. CHAS. O. MARQUETTE, D. S. WHITB. Manager. President. ]vl5-78t,c3u CHALFONTE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Always Open. On the Beach. Fireproof. Send for Literature. THE LEEDS COMPANY. ja6-d.eSu-tf.20 HOTEL BOSCOBEL, Ocean end of Kentucky are. Now open. Every known hotel appointment. Elevator to street level. Cuisine and service unexcelled. Rooms single or en suit* with bath. Running water la rooms. Capacity 350. Highest class Washington patronage. Write for Illustrated literature. Special rates for January and February. ja!4-30t A. E. MARION. Owner and Myiager. HOTEL HORTON, Virginia ave. near Reach. Atlantic City. N. J. Open all tbe year. Fine tabll. Suites with private bath. Handsomely refurnished. Perfect aanltary arrangements. Elevator to all floors. Special rates for winter. 'Capacity. 200. Jail lSOt-10 Mrs. N. R. HAINES. Owner * Prop. The St. Charles. Moat select locstlon, fronting tbe ocean. Distinctive for its elegance, exclnaiveness, high clsss patronage and liberal management. Sea water In all baths. Golf privileges. Illustrated booklet. ae&-180t,10 NEWL1N HA INK*. SEASIDE HOUSE. Best Location on tbe Ocean Front. Complete. Modern. oc*-la0t,6 F. P. COOK * SOX. Lakewood. LAKEWOOD. Among the Pines of New Jersey. A Fashionable and Healthful Fall, Winter and Spring Resort. The LaureS House, A. J. MURPHY, Manager. The LaMrel=in=the=Piines, FRANK F. SHUTE, Manager. do30-Sa-tu. th-tf-16 FLORIDA. THE GRAND V1F5W HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Near every attraction. Rooms with bath. First-class cuisine. Northern cooking. Whlta belp. Booklet. C. J. M. MKBRIFIELD. del0-sa,Su,tu,tb-80t,4 The Colonnades. Sea Breeze. Daytona, Florida. Now open. Beat location on east coast. Newly furnished; Unsurpassed cuisine. New management; |S day up. Special by week or seasou. Booklet. JACOB GIMLICH, Owner. GEORGE H. BENNETT. Manager. defi-tu,th,sa,Su-30t.7 ! CarroliSpringsSanitarium FOR INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS. Forest Glen. Md. Open all tbe year. Baths, alec, triclty, snn parlor, covered verandaa, hot-water beat, open Urea. Pure spring water piped through the buildings. Its convenience to Washington es pecially recommends tt. Send for Illustrated book let. Fall months especially delightful. eel8-tf-10 Address G. H. WRIOHT. M.D. BREWSTER PARK SANITARIUM, LAUREL, MD. Our treatment for drink and drug habits contain no slcobol, morphia or atrjrcbnla. No hypoder mics. Craving removed In 24 to 48 hours. F. A. BRBWSTER, M. D., Medical Director. de2ft-tf-4 NORTH CAROLINA. Battery Park Hotel, ASHEVILLE, N. O. Modern and high class In every particular. Re cently renovated and greatly Improved throughout. It la tbe largest and best hotel in Ashevllle and commands a magnificent panorama of mountain vlewa. Consumptives not taken. Write for booklet. ja6-s,3,t,U>,80t F. R DARBY, Manager. * EUROPEAN RESORTS. INNSBRUCK. TYROL. AUSTRIA. Tbe university town and fashionable summer and winter resort of the Alpa. HOTEL TYROL. Fireproof; electric lights, Uft.etc. Military Con certs. Write for booklets. OARL LANIJSEE, Prop. des0-90t.8 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIRGINIA RAILWAY OO. Winter Schedule, In effect December 2&180B. Steamer will leave Washington every Thursday at 4 p.m. for Baltimore and River Landings, ar riving In Raltlmore early Saturday morning. Returning, will leave Baltimore, Pier No. 8k Light at., every Tuesday at 5 p.m. for Waahlngtoa and River landings, arriving la Washington early Thursday morning. All freight must be prepaid. Accommodations for passengers unsurpassed. X. MURDOCH, STEPHENSON * BRO-, O. F. and P. Agent. Agents, 7th St. wharf. AeTl-ttM Tslepfco? Mala 748. K. S. RAJS'DaLL POTOMAC RIVER UNI CO? STKAMRR BARRY RANDALL MONDAYS AMU SATURDAYS at T a.m., for landUup on Potomac, Including Port Tobacco creek. Maddox creak, Wicomico Tlver and Noeslnl creek landings. WED* N BSD AY at 4 p.m.. for river landings. laeladlag IsLdlngs on tbe Wicomico river, Menial awl lower Machodoc creeks. Returning, steamer arrive* In Waablsgtaa Tnea day aad Sunday afternoons and early . Friday ^ wwwwjfw i ? i i ? * 1>555F^ Florida East Coast J Hotel Company Season 1905=6 PONCE DE LEON Now Open HOTEL ORMOND.. Now Open HOTEL BREAKERS Now Open HOTEL ALCAZAR Now Open ROYAL POINC1ANA Now Open ROYAL PALM Now Open CONTINENTAL, Atlantic Beach, Fla., Opens March 10th THE COLONIAL, Nassau (Bahama Islands), Now Open Reservations of rooms, railway tickets, parlor and sleeping car apace and reserva tions ou steamers to Nassau (Bahama Is lands), Key West and Havana, may be se cured by sddresslug or calling at 243 Fifth Avenue, New York. 130 Adams Street, Chicago. del6-s.S.tu.tb.30t MARYLAND. OCEAN TRAVEL. FRENCH LINE. COMPAGNIE a ENTERALS TKAH8ATL ANTIQUE. Direct Una to Hinr-Pirh irtual. tuning ?toj Than hay at 10 IB. ? Pier No. 41. Hart* Hirer, foot Morton at.. N.T. ?LaToaralne Feb. It La Bretagne .rah. tt La Oi%fH Feb. 8 *La Tcmtae... .Umttk 1 ?La Savoie Fab. IB I La Oaacogne March 8 ?Twin-screw steaaaera. GEOKUB W. MOM. iui o ST. a w. atl-tHt.agm.14 [jSORTH GERMAN LLOYD Fast Express Service. Put cat ami Moat Laxarteaa of Leviathans. K.YMOCTH?CHMOODIO-B Kalaer Feb. ?. TO am K. Win. II..Feb. M.Ipa Kalaer Mar. ?, 10 a K. Wm. II.Mar. ST. T a Kron pitas.. Apr. w. T am Kalaer... .Aft. It, 10 as K.Wm. II..Apr 24. # am Kronprtna. ..May 8, 6 am Twin-Screw Passenger Service. BBKMBN DIBBCT. Bfceta Fab. 8, 10 amiFraakfurt.Mar. 22, 10 m Caaael. ...Feb. IB, 10 amtKurfuerst.Msr.SS, M> am Breslau Mar. 1, 10 am!BraB'barg..Apr.lS. 10 atu Koeln Mar. 8. 10 an BresUn.. Apr. 19, 10 am tOallt at Plymonth aad Cherbourg. Mediterranean Service. GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA. Luise Feb. 8.11am Lalse Mar. 10.11 aiu lbert Fab. IT. 11 am ?Nechar. ..Mar. 17. 11 am tarbarosaa. Feb. 34. 11 an. Albert.... Mar. 24. 11 aui roe Mar. 3. 11 ao Bsrb'sa.. .Mar. SI, 11am ?Olbraltar and Naples only. OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 broadway, n. t. E. F. !>BO<>P * SONS CO.. 823 PENNA. AVE. no22-3l2t.eSu,S0 Hamburg=American Line. Plymouth? Cherbourg?Hamburg. ?Patricia Feb. SllAmertka Mar. 1 ? Pretoria Feb. 10 TPenngylraala Mar. 10 ?tBluecher Feb. 18 'DeutFcbland Mar. IB tWnMeraee Feb. 24ltP*trtcla Mar. 17 B. 8. Amerllra, Moat Luxurious and Moat Modern of Leviathans. ?Grill room. ^Gymnasium. TElevator and a la carte restaurant. tCalling at Dover for London and Paris. Mediterranean Service. TO OIBBALTAB, NAPLES AND GENOA. Prina Adalbert Feb. S. noon; Mar^ 22. May 8 tDEUTSCHLAND Feb. ?, 2:30 p.m. ?Hamburg ? Feb. 17, noon ?Cretlc (chartered White Star Line)..Feb. 27. 8 a.m. Prlnx Oakar Mar. 7, 2 p.m.; Apr. IS, June 2 Kates. 1st Class. ?70, 883. #118 upward, according to steamer selected. . g.S. Moltke to Madeira. Cadis, Glbraltsr. Malaga, Algiers acid Genoa, Jan. 30. 1906, 11 a.m.; a de lightful trip of 18 days for 88.1.00 per adult upward. ?Call at Olbraltar. tUrlil room. Only S Day* to Italy by the Great Flyer 'OEUTSCHLAND FROM NEW YORK. FEBRUARY 8. 1908. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37 B'WAY, N. Y. 8. F. DROOP * SONS. B25 Pa. aT>. AMERICAN LINE. PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON. PHILADELPHIA?QUEBNSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE NEW YORK?LONDON DIRECT. RED STAR LINE. ANTWERP?DOVER?LONDON?PARIS. WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YORK?QUEEN8TOWN?LIVERPOOL. BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN- LIVERPOOL. tth?k MEDITERRANEAN v FROM NEW YORK; CELTIC (20.904 tons) Feb. 11, 12;?0 p.m. REPUBLIC Mar. 9. 3 p.m.; Apr. 21. May 81 CRETIO Apr. 8, 10 a.m.; May 10 FROM BOSTON: ROMANIC Feb. 3, 8:30 e.m.; Mar. 17 OANOPIC Feb. 24, 11 a.m.: Apr. 7 WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 F ST. N.W. DAVID LINDSAY. PaSBeoger Agent. fe4-812t.eSu-2B P n OLLAND-AMERICA LINE XBW YORK-ROTTERDAM, Tla BOUI/XJN* u u Sailings Wednesdays a* per sailing list. Rotterdam,Jan.81. 10 a.mi Ryndam.Keb. 28, 8:80 am Noordam, Feb. 7. 2 p.m Rotterdam Mar.7, 10 a.m Staten'm,Feb.21, 10 a.m| Noordam, Mar.14, 7 a.m Xewste"m?rew New Amsterdam 17.260 registered tons. 30,100 tons displacement. From New York April 25. May 30, July 4. Apply for special pamphlet. HOLLAND-AMERICA LOT, 89 B'wsy. J?. Y. E. F. Droop & Son*. 925 Pa. ave., G. W. Mo?, 1411 G st. II.w.; D. Lindsay, 1306 F St. n.w. jal6-tw.tb.Sa.52t. 16 . Hardfl Qras NEW ORLEANS. FEBRUARY 26th TO 28th. Sowitlhierini Pacific Offers delightful sea trip on elegant passenger steamship COMUS From New York, Feb. 21st. si-riving New Orleans February 26th. Connections made at New Orleans with steamer for Havana or with rail lines for all point* in LouJsiai raa,Texas, NewMex= ico, Arizona, California, Send for full Information. I Address Piper Bldg.. Baltimore St.. Balto.; 632 | Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. jal6 tu&a-tlll fe21 Q. S. So Co. West ledia Cryises nev^york 8. 8. PRETORIA, 8,300 tona, sails February 17, 1906, on a special crulae. calling at Bermuda. San Juan (Porto Rico), St. Croix, St. Kitta, Dominica, Martinique. St. Lucia. Barbados, Trinidad, Ja malcs, Havana and Nassau; length of crulae, 30 days. Ot'aer steamers fof Weat Indies and Ber muda every ten days. For llluatrated pamphlets giving rates and all Information apply to A. B. Outerbridge * Co., Agenta Quebec A. 8. Co., Ltd., i 39 Broadway. New York: A. AHERN, Secy, Que bec, Canada, or DAVID LINDSAY, 1306 F at. n.w., Washington. D. C. G. W. MOSS, 1411 O at. n^w., . Washington, D. C. no28-tu,tb,Sa,52t^ RAILROADS. U llulbllUllXJ UUinlUUaUUim U a Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station. 7-88 a.m. Dally. Local tor Harrisonburg. War ret ton, Danville and way stations. 10:61 a.m. Daily. Washington and Florida Lim ited. Through coaches and sleeper to Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Parlor car to Pine hurst. N. 0.. week days. Dining car service. 11:18 a.m. Dally. United State# last Mall. First-class coaches and sleepsr to New Orleans, pining car serrice. . . ? . . Eoi p.m. Week Days. Loeal for Harrisonburg and way stations on Manassas branch. 4:83 p.m. DsUy. Local for Warrenton and Char '?6^56 p m. Week days. Southern's Palm Limited. Solid Pullman train. Electric lighted. Through sleepers to Aiken. Augusta, Savannah Jacksou vtlte and St. Augustine. Club and observation cars. So. Ry. dining car service. 7:30 p.m. dull/. New York and Atlanta Rxpreaa. First-class coach to Atlanta, sleeper to Columbus, Ga.; Sunset tourist sleeper Washington to San Francisco Mondays Wednesdays aad Fridays. 9^^. dSSTT'New York and Florida fctnressi Thronch coaches and sleepers to Columbia, SaTan nab ,ad Jacksonville. Sleeper to AugusU and Port Tamoa. Dining car servlcs s la carts. 10-00 n-m. Dally New York and Memphis Llm Ited (via Lynchburg). First-class coach aad sleeper to Roanoke. KoozvlUe. Chattanooga and Memphis; sleeper to Birmingham and haw Orleans. Dining ^O^Tpm. Dally. Washington and Southwestern Limited. All Pullman train; observation car te Atlanta and Macon; club car to Atlanta; sleepers to Naahvllle, Atlanta. Macon, Birmingham. Mem n?ss0srgkLuMTesrRSSr *r^,Cfoi?r8m?is;i: xsijz'js days tor Leaaburg only. On Sunday leave Wssh iMtm 9:10 s.m., 8:06 p.m.. for Blnemont. Through trains from tba sooth arrive Washing ton oTS, 6:82. 9:40. 9:80 a.m., 10:15 a.m. (except Mondays). 3:00. 9:30 and 9:80 n.m. dally. Local tralna from Harrisonburg, 11M a.m. week days and 9:20 p.m. dally. From Charlottesville, 8:10 a.m.; from Lynchburg. 9:20 pm. Ttehota, sleeping ear reatrvatlons. and dotaOsd Information can ba had ?? cflcM. 70? St. 811 Pa. ave. and Pennsylvania Station. Bag. . checked through from hotels and residences. smSr. R. B. Cab Service. U. B. SPENCER, Gen. Man. Jan 11. 8. H. HARDWICK. Paas. Trsf. Mgr. ATLANTIC (7.QAST LINE Effective January 8, 1808. 4:30 s.m. daily-Sleeping Cara New York to daiiy?Sleeping Oars New York to Jackscnvllla. FU.; New York to Port Tampa, Fla.. rla Jacksonville; New York to Tbomasville. Oa. ri^esdays^snd Thursdays); New York to Augusta, Ga.- New York to Charleston, S. 0.; Washington, D b to Wilmington. N. 0. Connects at Peters Strg 'f? Norfolk ria N. ft W. DINING CAI: SERVICE on this train. aoo and the moat Modern Pullman L>rawing Boom, rneep Ing, Compartment, Dining. Library and Obaarv* "Son Oara lighted throughout by electricity and belted by atosm, runs fclid from New York to For "tickets* and all Information apply at tha OFFICE OF THE LINK, 601 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWEST, AND PE.WSYLVANIA wTT&&r'" ' Pass. Traffic Mgr. Gan'l Traffic Mgr. RAILROADS. pdlisijj * .Gft&D&BOAl STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STRl 7:80 A.M. dally. PITTSBURGH EXPRESS AND CHICAGO SPBCIAL.? Parlor aad Pinta* Cm BurWmi to Pittsburgh. OmmcU tor Chicago, Cincinnati. Indlaaepolla, Loulsvtlls aad 8t. Louia. Pukr Car ud Ptmijlruli Railroad Cafe Cat t? *Han1Miai| <?40 A.M. dally. MAM L'.NE EXPRESS.-Pull Ban Buffet Parlor Ckr to Harrieburg. Parlor Oai Harrieburg to Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Railroad Cafe car Harrlaborg to Altooaa. 12.01 P.M. dally. ST. LOU 18 LIMITED ?Sleeping. Dining. ?afttoff and Obeervation Oara from Bar riaburg. For Ctaclnaatl, Indlattapolls, LoaHrvtlle aad St. Umle. Baffat Parlor Oar to Barrtaborg. U.01 P.M. daily. TUB PENNSYLVANIA LIMIT ED.?Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and Ob serration Can frooa Harrlaburf. Fur Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit. Buffet Parlor Car to HutMnii, 8:40 P.M. dally. PENNSYLVANIA ?TECIAL <1? boon to Chlcegol.?Pullman Sleeping. Dlntog. Punk In* aad Obeervatloe Can from Harrlsburj for Chicago. Sleeping Car to HarTlaburg. 1:40 P.M. dally. CHICAGO AND ST. IX)CIS EX I'll ESS. Sleeping Can Waahli^ton to St. Leal* Steeping and Dialog Can Harrlaborg to Cnlcagew Indlaaapolla, St. Louil add Nashville (via Cla cioaatl aad LmilnUj). Sleeping Oar to Harris bars. 6:40 P.M. dally. CHICAGO UMITKD.-Sleeplnl Car Weahlagtoa to Chicago and Cleveland Penn sylvania Ball road Cafa Car Baltimore to Barri* burg. Sleeping, Smoking, Din lug and Obeervatlos Can from Harrlaborg. For Olcago and Clave 7:1ft P.M. dally. ST. LOOII EXPRESS.-Pullmsi Sleeping Car Harrieburg to St. Umla and Cl? rtautL 7:40 P.M. dally. WE8TERN EXPRESS.?Pullmas Sleeping Oar to Pitta burgh and Chicago. Diainj Car to Chteafta. 7:40 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EXPRESS*?Pullman Sleeping Can Washingtoa ta Barrlaburg. aad Barrlaburg to Cleveland and Cin cinnati. Dining (Mr. 10:40 P.M. dally. PITTSBL'BQB Si'Eta A L.-Pall man Sleeping Car to PUtaburgh. Dining car At toona to Plttabargh. 10:40 P.M. dally. PACIFIC EXPRESS.-Pullmaa Keeping Car to Barrlaburg and Barrlaburg ta Pittsburg. Connects for Cleveland and Toledo. 740 A.M. daily. BUFFALO DAY EXPRESS, with through rarlor Car, Pennsylvania Railroad Cafa Car and Ooacbea to Buffalo, via Emporium June 7:60 A.M. for Erie dally, Caaaadalgua, Hoc heater, and Niagara Falla dally, except Sundae 10:?0 A.M. for Elmlra and Renova dally, except Sunday. For Wllllamaport dally, 3:40 P.M. 7:1ft P.M. dally. BUFFALO NIUBT EXPRESS, with through Buffet Sleeping Car and Coaches ta Buffalo, Tla Emporium InttHA. 7:40 P.M. dally for Erie, Rochester. Buffalo and Nlag-ra Falla, with Sleeping Car Washington ta Rochester. 10:40 P.M. dally for Erie, tiaaaodalgua, Rochester. Buffalo aud Niagara Falla. FOR PBILADELPBIA. NEW YORE AND TUB 4.00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," for New York only, dally, all Parlor Can. Dining Oar. Expreaa, 6:66, 8:80. '10:00 (Now York only), and ?11.-00 A.M., '12:36. '3:00, 8:1ft, *4:46, 6*0. 10:00 P.M., 12:80 night. On Bundaya. *8:60. ?11:00 A.M.. 12:01. ?8KW. 8:1?, *4:46, 6:40 and 10:00 P.M.. 12:80 night. For Philadelphia only, Expreaa, 7:40, 10:00 A.M., 12:01 P.M. week daya. 2:00, 4:00, *8:36 aad 6:id P.M. dally; 8:80 A.M. Sundaya. For Boston, without change, 7:40 A.M. week dayi and *0:36 P.M. dally. For Baltimore. 8:00, ?:?. 6:86, 7:40. 7:80. 8:80. 10:00, 10:60, 11:00 A.M., 12:01, 12*u. 1:18, 2:00, 8:00. 8:1ft, 8:40. 4:00 <4:00 Limited), 4:20, 4:48. 4:48, 6:86, 6:40, 6:10, 0:60, 7:1ft, 7:40, 10:0ft 10:40, 11:86 P.M., and 12:30 nlgbt week daya. Oa Sundays, 6:66, 7:80. 8:60. 8:06, 10:60. 11:00 A.M., 12:01, 1:1ft, 2:00, 8:00, 8:1ft, 8:40, 4:00 (4:06 Limited), 4:20. 4:4ft, 6:3ft. ft:40, 6:10, 6:80. 7:16. 7:40, 10:00. 10:40 P.M.. and 12:30 night. For Annapolis. 7:40 A.M., 12:38, 4:20 and 6:40 P.M. week daya. Sundaya, 6:80 A.M., ft:40 and 10:40 P.M. For Pope's Creek LfM, 7*0 A.M. and 4:48 P.M. week daya; 0:0ft A.M. Sundaya. Ticket ofllcss, corner Fifteenth and G streets, and at the station. Sixth and B street*, when order* can be left for the checking of baggage to destina tion from botela and residences. Telephone call "Main 3730" lor Pennsylvania Railroad Cab Service. ?Dining Oar. W. W. ATTKRBURY. J. R. WOOD. Geaaral Manager. Paaa'r Traffic Manager. GEO. W. BOYD, General Paaaenger Agent. Baltimore and Ohio R. R. LEAVE STATION, New Jersey ave. and O at. ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS "EVERY OTHER BOCB ON TBE ODD HOUR 1 TO PBILADELPBI^WND NEW YORK. NEW TERMINAL, 28D ST.. NSW YORK. *7.00 a.m. Diner, Pullman Parlor. to.00 a.m. Buffet. Parlor. 6 Br. Train. >9 00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. til 00 a.m. Dinar and Pullman Parlor Car. ?1.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. ?8.00 p.m. "Royal Limited." Ail Pullman t4 00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. ?6.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor. ?8.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. ?11.30 p.m. Sleepen. ?2.67 a.m. Sleepers. Atlantic City. t7.00, tO.OO, tll.00 a.m., ?l.Uft ?3.00 p.m. EVERY HOUR ON TBE HOUR TO BALTIMORE WITB PULLMAN .SERVICE. Week days: 2.87, 8.00. 6.30, 7.00, 7.20, 8.00, 8.30, 8 00 8 30 l'/.OO, 11.00 a.m., 12.00 noon, 12 Oft I.oo! 2.00, 3.00. 4.00, 4.46, 6.00, 6.08, 8.30, 6.00! 6.80 7.00. 8.00, 10.00, 11.30, 11.36 p.m. Sundays: 2.67, 7.00. 7.2u. 8.30, 9 40, 10.00, 11.04 a.m., 1.00, 1.16. 8.00, 3.30, 6.00, *.30. 6.80. X00. 10.00. 11.80. ll s8^i?rWABD CHICAGO * NORTHWEST,*11.00 a.m..*6.30 p a CINCINNATI, 8T. LOUIS and LOUISVtUJL *10 06 a.m.. "4.06 p.m.. '12-iS night. PITTSBURG, *11.00 a.m.. ?9.1# -p.-*. and ?13.48 ?1?lJBVELAND. *9.18 p.m. COLUMBUS. *6.30 p.m. WHEELING. '10.06 a.m.. ?6.30 p.m. WINCHESTER. 8:88 a.m.. f4:06. tB.OO p.m. ANNAPOLIS, week daya, 7.20 a.m.. IJ.OS nc_. 4.46. 6.00 p.m. Sundaya, 8.30 a.m. and 8.80 d.il. LURAY and ELKTON, *4.06 p.m., through parlor car. FREDERICK. t8.86. J8.18. 110 06, tll.00 a.m., II.16. t4.06. tft-80 p.m. HAGERSTOWN. fl0.06 a.m. and t6.00 p.m. BOYD and way points, t8 36. 18.18 a.m., II.1ft tft.00. t6.36. 110.10, til.80 p.m. OAITHERSBUBG and way points, t8..Tft I8.lt a*m.. tl2.60, Jl.lft, tS-30. *6 06. t6.36. t6.80, ?7.88, 110.16, til.30 p.m. WASHINGTON JUNCTION and way points. t?.XV (9.16 a.m., 11.16, t8-00, tB.30 P.m. ?Dally. tExcept Snnday. ISuxday only. Baggage called for and checked from hotels aad residences by Union Transfer Co on orden left at ticket offices. 819 Pennsylvania ava. n.w.. New York ave. and 16th at., and at atation. S. 41. BEQE. District Paaaenger Agent. Chesapeake <& Ohio Ry Schedul effective November 28, 1906. (Trains tears Pennsylvania Station.) 2*0 p.m. Daily?CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS SPE CIAL. Mid veatibule, electric-lighted Dlalng Car train to Cincinnati. Reaches Clnctanarl ?.-00 a.m., LooisvUls 11.00 a.m.. It Loots, 6:80 en., Chicago, 6:80 p.m. Pnllman service to ulsvllle, Cincinnati, IndlanRpolia. Chicago and SL Louis. Oonnectloa tor Virginia Hot Sp^nga. Dining Car from V/ishlngtoa; meals a ir ^arts. 11:10 p.m. Dally?F. F. ?. Limited. Solid vesti bule. electric-lighted Dining Car train to Cin cinnati. Pullman ateepen to Cincinnati, Lex ington and Louisville without change. Com partment sleeper to Virginia Hot Springs dally except Sunday. Steepen Cincinnati to Chicago add St. Louia. Dining car aervlog nee Is a la carte. reservation and tlcketa at Chesspesks and Ohio office, 618 Pennsylvania avenue; 009 Fourteenth Street near F, aad at ths station. Tsleyboas call 8730 for Pennsylvania It. R. Cab Service. H. W. FULLER,. Telephone Mala 1008. QeOeral Paaaeager Ageat Seaboard Air Line Railway. TICKET OFFICE, 1421 PENNA. AVE. For Petenborg, Raleigh. Wilmington, Columbia. Savannab. Jacksonville, Tampa. Atlanta. Birming ham, Mobile. Pensacola and New Orleans. 10.60 A.M. DAILY ? Seaboard Mall ? Through Pullman Sleeper to Jackaonvllle. Fla., connecting at Hamlet with Pullman sleeper to Birmingham. Cafe dining car Washington to Hamlet. N. CI 6.26 P.M. DAILY?Seaboard Florida Limited? Electric IJgbted. Exclusively Pullman. Solid train to St. Angustine, Fla.. arriving there 2.10 P.M. Double Drawing Room. Compartment, Library. Ob servation aad Dining Cars. 7.2S P.M. DAILY?Seaboard Exravsi?Solid train to Jacksonville and Tampa, with Pullman aleepers. Through sleeper to_Attanta aad_Blrmlngham. _ Also thraagh dNW f LOAN COMPANIES. DON'T PAY X* I^et pur all r<>n owo and advance y*>n moro money. .It la foolish to Allow ? lot of Utile IBIi to k?'|i y??u awake nlgtta. Lr?t ua adraoc# yota rtvmgh to sgi'AKK YOCRSBLT WITH THB WORLD, and r*nt ran repay t?a in email monthly payment a to suit your coovfilrarf. At to ritea, no other company In town ever attempted to caaipati with na. They claim lower ratea. trot tb*y make all ??>rta of chargva at*?vf the In few* at that make tt>* loan coat almuat twice what they advert tea. W* make NO CHARGES fur drawing paper* It you hare a loan rum. we will pay It up f?>r yon and give /on more money at oar low ratea. $5(i at $! 08 per m?v $100 at |2.<W per Bo. Other Amounts In Proportion from |10 t^n. We are the ONLY IXDVRKDRiT OOWAITT and are not In the Loan Ounpany Troat. National Loan and Investment Co., Northeast I S & A Foyrtb Fiaor. i^inrr ?S U Room *1 <Hn> Treasury. Onr Peoa. Uat'road. Ja2T 2M Kids entrance oo #th at. Private offloi. Quick, Confidential Loans on Diamonds,Watches and Jewelry ?8are yonreelf time and Inconvenience wty*ne*?r you need a loan by ^onaultlng Homing. When yon borrow here t be money In forth *ointng inime<i!ately. and we do not invite publicity by recording. Intet*?at at only Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING, 9th & Dt !??-? Ja26-18d r- w Den yon 3% WILL AIIVAM'K TO ALL I>R?IUlVLNO P*0 for the wit 80 dnjs money oo tb.tr honae old furniture, pianos, etc. I will call. Address Box 2X48. Station G del-80* & Money Loaned Salaried People And others without security; eaaj psrwMa. Largest business In X2 principal cities TOte MAN. Booca M*. Ml Iftts at. c w tf.? MONEY For ereryttndy at rata* lower tku the lowest. Doot be <Jec.lr?4, eoma ta as sad lavaatlgaf Bnslness strictly confidential. No one ksmrs at your ttansactlons with na. We load oo faraltera, pianos or salary. If foa havs a loen now say where and used mors money, coma to a*. Nothing deducted from loan. Too nt fall aaoaet. Iilw alons hi rase of sickness without extra cfcargs. Metropolitan Loan and Trust Co.f 505 E St. N. W. fee-tf.so And Waat It the CHEAPEST It Oaa Ba Hal! "Loan Headquarters,' 6110 IF N. W. Ws loen on boasehold foods, horses, wasaaa. pianos and fix torn Toe rsn get the money wltM a FEW Houna of the time yon apply. "THB OLD RELIABLE." Washington Mortgage Loan Co., 610FSt. N. W. Rooml. & " Loans on Furniture MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THB Columbia Guarantee Co., ?13 F 8T. N.W.. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT DELAY js5-tf 16 OR PUBLICITY. Beg-fiim Right By transferrin# yoor account to oar _ _ conducted on the most coarteooa prlnclplss of any company In the city. Thousands of satisfied customers on uur books and more coming every day. We conduct the most liberal rebate system. Furniture, pianos, aslarles, Ac.. accepted. Call, write or 'pbone M. 3908. Investigate. Surety Loan Co., 523 9th St. N. W., Ja4 tf 20 Cor 8th sad F sta. You can get $50 on Piano or Furniture and pay back six monthly installments of $9.98, or twelve monthly in stallments of $5 79. These payments include principal, interest and ALL charges, ?s ? 409 Commercial Itank building, n.w. cor. 14th and O sts Entrance to elevator, No. 70? 14th at. n.w. de28-20d Opposite Colorado bldg. IF YOU DECIDE To got a PRIVATE loan on furniture, plane, etc.. without removal, and want to get it where NO QUESTIONS WILL BE ASKED, where tlie matter will receive prompt and courteous attention, fill ont this blank, mail It to ua and our AGENT WILL CALL AT ONCE and explain our ratea, which are the lowest offered in the cltv. Loans paid off and mora money advanced. Tel. Main 4373 Name Address Amount wanted, $ DISTRICT LOAN CO., 638 J ST. N.W.. COR 7TH AND F. de31-2Sd QUICK LOANS On Furniture Without Removal. $10 and upward. Lowest rates. No publicity. Investigate oor re hate system. Loans with other cvm panics paid off. Money same day. If you cannot call WRITE OR PHONE and onr confidential agent will call on yoo and give you ratea and fnll particulars. TELEPHONE MAIN 3012. AMERICAN LOAN CO.. 611 Fourteenth St. N.W. Remember the Location, Over Cafe Traymore. pol 901 20 Why Pay B0% When you can (Tix/ get it here c^vOo for Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewel#, 4M? Eatabliahed 1870. H. K. Fulton's Loan Office, 814 NINTH STREET N. W. ae3?-tf.U FURNITURE LOANS $10 to $300 Msde within two boors after yoo leave applica tion. The most private and most conveniently lo cated offices In the city. No misleading talk. Na "red tape." No commissions No notary fsas. Ns advance charges. A square business deal. SALARY LOANS MADE TO STEADY EMPLOYBS. POTOMAC GUARANTEE LOAN CO., 028 F ST. N.W.. Atlantic building. Rooms 21, 23 and 24. Second floor. Stairway or elevator. dc23-20d Cut Rates on Furniture and Piano Loans Without Removal. 126 for 87c. a month. $30 for tl <M a month. 173 for $2.28 a month $100 for $2.M a month. Other amounts In proportion. NO PUBLICITY. WE'A RE LEADERS IN OUB LIWB Mutual Loan andTrust Co., 918 F St. N.W. Rooms 12 and 13. dstS-S0d - Pined for Violating Smoke Law. Frank P. Avalear. proprietor Of the Elite laundry, at 43-iC O street northwest, whi arraigned before Judge Mullowny In the Police Court yesterday on a charge of vio lating the District smoke law. . In his defense Mr. Avalear stated that he was using a smoke consumer that coat $290, and that the best of coal was being used and all efforts were being made to prevent violations of the law. Y Th* One was $40, which was paid.