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STAR BRANCH OFFICES.
If not convenient to ccll at Th?
Star office. 11th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, leave your advertisement
at any of the following
Branch Offices:
NORTHWEST BRANCHES:
rontnrr'f l>m? Store. 14th ?n<1 V st*.
Fnpley', Dm* St >re, 14th ?nrt Welllo* t*.
I'ortni.m'* l>nie Store 14'h mwl B 1. l".
I npton'* I>niK Store Vermont nre. *ni! 8 ?tDnic
Store, lr.th sn<l I *ts.
JIoIfTChw-* Nrtv* Stat'.l 170T- P? STe.
Hrrhit's r>rne Store. 23th ami Fa. are.
Crl??-eir? rvriTi: Store. 7th nn<1 i' *t*.
foMrjl Trlejrrnph Offire, 11?? Conn. 'f.
ro?t*l Telesrrnpli ni*pf.' 913 Pmn?. *rr.
yottnl TiMeyr.'ipb Offlr?e, Mh ?n(1 B *t?.
Pwtn! Te!ecr?jih Offices Penn R. *?. Stntt<r?.
F K.'inn Hon. & Co.. Information Unre?<t.
JVoodnnrri & l.nthrop lnfon-^fltton Bnre?o.
Interior Pept., Stli * F *t? TeW>-?oh Office.
Jenifer li'rtc.. 7th A 1) ?(!... Ti lecraph OS**,
vcmmrrclnl Punk tiM? . Telegraph Office.
?V>vr'rtnr r* Q
Orlcr & P|W.'? rh?rma?7. ftlh ft N.
Goldenherg'ft Department Store. 912 28 ?tn
?t.. Iliirofin of TnTormatJon. ? _
TI?p IlntPhliw-Krnnfr Pnur Co.. 1"th ft Qo*.
J*ufW ,* Field. Prn*srta'? 3?1 h Indiana a*?.
r^nls R. r.?ij?te!7. Pharmacist 3100 11th at.
Dnpont Pharmacy. Chaa. S. r?oaton. prop.,
20?h and P st*.
GEORGETOWN:
? Donnell's Prngr Sfcre. 32d and M at*.
O'Ponnell'a Proc Storp 324 anil O its.
Adams Express Offiro 12?2 32d *t.
f*rlde*s Pharma^r. ?*^th and P *t*.
NORTHEAST: , .
Kerealy's Pharmacy. N. Onpttol and *
IfaVy's Pharmacy. 11th and R. Capitol it*.
Mllhorn'a Pharmacy. 13th an,4 H Rta.
Sutler's Pharmacy. 4th and Stanton plac*.
SOUTHEAST:
r ... ... - tJ> >?a
I'liiu'rj !* I/run ninn*. nn mm o
? Dorniell't Drue Store. 5M aoi*. Peona.
SOUTHWEST:
Fnlllvan'a Drag Storp. 7th and D aia.
Eler^nfh Strept Wharf. O'Brien & HalL
Cbas. s. Walter 901 4H at
ANACOSTXA:
C. 0. I.ohr. 2.1 Monroe at.
ALEXANDRIA:
A S. Donlphen. 727 King at.
BBIGHTWOOD. D. C.!
Wm. Tlioniaa. iir??htvood ave. and Lonffellow
at.
TENLEYTOWN. D. a I
Andrew nnrg*. Dragglat.
WANTED?AGENTS. ~
VANTI-n ACKMS TO UKPMK.Sg.NT LKADIN'J
New York life Ins. co. Id Washington. Address
P. O. I'.ox 24H5. witli references; ?ell-tf
WANTED?SALESMEN^
WANTKP MKN TO SK.U, SI BDlVISION LOTS
localwl in Washington, I>. 0.. a:ul also to sell
stork* hnd bonds backed by District real estate.
A.ldrosn VALi.KV KKALTY CDMi'ANY, 75.
Home Life HMg., i6tli ami II sts. n.w., Waaliingion.
1?. <oci!u-7t
WANTED?HELP.
OlM crnt a word for IS words.
MAX.E.
WANT Kl) IM MK I )I ATKLY, 1<> GOOD SCRAPers.
lo paperhangers; k.*?d workmen. Apply
< !.??. PUTT. 17>7 Ttb st. u.w. oc22-3t
VVANTKI> -KXI'EH!EN?'F.I> STENOTKAIMIEU AM"*
t.v|H'\vrlf??r: N'st of reference required; a ? ??!
chaine for advan cmcnt to the ri^nt person. Address
HKK.M1 Ki.MKlt l?KOS . I.aitimore. Md.
WANTED--STEADY. SOliEIt. SETTLED WHITE
man t<? do janitor work and assist in receiving
room; wa^es, $?o and Imard. Apply office STONE-LKIOK1
COl RT, Conn. are. and L.
WANTED EXPER1ENCED IK)I BLE - ENTRY
bookkeeper; wa^es. $ "><> and tioard; state age, experience.
refereneea. Box 15. Star office.
WANT I'-.1 > A (iOuT^ ALL-AHOFNT) MAN TO
art aa salesman in Jewelry store; permanent po
sltlon and go<?d salary; a good opportunity for
any one desiring t?? better tholr condition. CALL1SHER.
HIT Pa. nve. n.w. 0022-21
WANTKi) COLORED MAN TO ATTEND TO
borne*. rail FRKI'ND'S. 815 loth at. n.w.
WANTKI* A Y(?l'\(.r MAN AT Sl>!)A FOUNTAIN.
Apply STEYKNS* 1*11A RM ACY, Stth and l'a. ave.
WANTED CLERK IN HARDWARE STORE, BKtween
the ages of 10 and 20. Address Ho* 9,
Star ottic'.
WANTED A MAN K??K DELIVERY WAGON;
one who has had experience Apply 1119 14th Ht.
?nfJ2--2t*
W A NTK D?AT ONCE, GOOD PRESSERS;
steady work. CAPITAL CITY PRESSING- OLl'B,
H21> 14th st.
WANTEI> MAN TO DRIVE MILK WA(WN; REFerence.
1450 P st. n.w. " o<'22-3t*
WANTED BOY, 14 TO 24> YEARS OLD. Ti? TAKE
care ?>f office. ?*tc.: mu*t be Intelligent and bare
comai' u sic hi ml training. Cull at 4<*8 lx?uisiuna
are. n.w after 11 a.m.
TVAvfKi> TK.\ KXT'T:KIENCED DBTVEKS FOR
double trains; steady work. Apply between 12
and 1 Tuesday. It. C. BlltLVT CO.. 45.S-460 Va.
ave.
WANTED A CIH.D RED l'OKT Kli. AT u\*CE;
uiust have references. J. L. LEVERTON \ CO.,
111r> <; sr.
WANTED- -A SPECIAL DELIVERY BUY. AT
once; bring references. J. L. LEVERTON ?JO.,
111.". <; st.
W ANT El1 WITI 11M AKRR; 4 K>D REFERENCE.
Call 2<X4^*1 ft. s.w. oc22-3t*
WANTED BOY WTTII WHEEL. TO DELIVER
package*. BON MARCHK, 316 7tb St. oe21-3t
WANTEI? -PRE9SER <>.\ ~W<>MKS'S COATS_ AND
skirts; gottil salary. u?j.> ?sio i id si.
oc21 -."it
"WANTED- YulMi MAN WITH EXPEDIENCE
In the tin business. Apply JOHN T. SWEENEY,
Brookland. I). O. o<21-2t*
WANTED >1 U~ST <'LASS SALESMAN TO CALL
on the retail grocery and produce trade. Address
,4L. E. S.." Stsr office. oc21-2t*
WANTED MEN. BY Pi"IILADELPHIA MILL;
work in own town, full or spare time; salary
and Itoard paid; experience not essential. P.
O. B<?x 1362. Philadelphia. Pa. oc21-7t
WANTK.n A vorN(; roLOUEl) MAN KolTsECoud
man. Apply at 1335 New Hampshire ave.
oc21 -3t
W A NT ED 1 mil i FrF IiOYS (AN SEC THE STEADY
employment as follows: Boys. 14 years of age
or over, with wheels to deliver packages; lniys
14 years of age and over i* wrap bundles; Iwys
16 years of age and over, as bundle collectors;
boys 10 years of a?e and over for our delivery
wagons; permanent positions are offered and
rapid promotion. Apply immediately to S.
K A N N SONS & CO. oc21-3t
HA.MK!' ti') 1 III M.N ?UL>A I'UI .MAIN
and help ar-<und drug store. Address I>ltUG
STORK, Sta office ??<-21-2t
WANTED SIXTEEN \VIIITE~ LABORERS. AP
ply \V. K. MITCHELL A: CO., II at. ami B. aoi
O. railroad. oeSBO 3t*
WANT1 I) 100 LABOREKH AT $1.75 A DAY. AT7
ply WELLS BROS. CO., IJ aud O. round house,
near Ivy City. oc2tKJt
\VA\TM ? i Ai*T:uTL\Nomw AT ONCE, E G.
NOLT E, 807 11th at. n.w. oc20-3t
WANTKI* 1NTKLL1UKNT YOUNG MAX AS
salesman in domestic department; expnriwe not
n?"-t'.-.s.iri ; upply in?fore 10 a.m. to \V. .M. BALl>EKSi>X,
mgr., A. Issuer, Palais Kovul.
WAM U) ASSISTANT WlNlX ?\V TltIM~MKK;
jwrmuunt |H.s:tion and lihrral salary t-? young
uuiu wiim ainmj. A |>pi \ I > >V. ."M. JiAIJ>h.ltSU.N,
ui^r., A. Llaocr, t'alals Ko&'al. of2U-3t
\VAN 11J? Tl.N K^JKOtir Ai'i'Ll' tol T'T.
ave. fee. cwli0-4t
VVA VI h I' YvTl ITK HOYS To WO UK AT TKA i ?hl
A1TLY AT ONL'K. 1219 T ST. X W. c*:!U-3t
WAN 1 KIlT riHST-< LASS TIN AM> SUKKT-IKON
work: ;. 11. 1. GllEGOKY, 131*J 14th *>t. u.w.
wan!Kl? vol \<; MKX KKQl'IKED WHO CAN
aolirit proposition to worker*. Address Box
238 <'[!. oi-2<J-7t
\v a n i k1 > 1*1. \S i KKKKS. f?T30 pkk I>aT;
lathers $2.r>0 per 1.000; opt*n shop; steady work
for *."*! u?vii. Apply MASTKK I'LASTKREUS*
ASSot JATIOX. 5?? Hoddingtou bldg., Norfolk, V#.
ocl9-4t*
WANTED TINNERS, CORNICE MEN. COUXQ
erectors, sheet lr- n pipe men, warm i^r furnace
mou in Pittsburg, Pa. Steady work for pood
men; wages 42Vjc. to 50e. per hoar and strictly
free open shop. Address J. A. A. BKl> N. Gth
floor, Heereu bldg., Pittsburg, Fa. ocl7-8t
WANTED?PLAIN WRITERS KVEUYWIIKKE
may earn bis money at home corresponding for
newspaper*; experience unnecessary; light, pleasant
work. Send for particulars. PRESS SYN- ]
D1CATE. Lock port. N. X. ocll-21t*
WANTED?EXPERIENCED MEN FOR DELIVERY
WAliONS; USO PAfKBRS AND ADDRESSERS
-FROM 18 TO 1!<) YEARS OF AGE. APPLY BETWKK.N
8 AND 10 A.M.. TO P. C. J. TREANOU.
Willi WOODWARD * LOT 11ROP. ocll-tf
WANTED?MEN TO TRY OUR BUCHU GIN. FOR
k.?in:*y ia?1 bladder trouble; prescription of late
Dr. Warner of Tlaltimore. Sold onlr tv THK
JOHN WKDDKRUL'RN CO 111* A NY. 618 V at.
el'J-tf
W A NT ED ?JKWK1.HY SALKSM V N ?ON LYHC7Stler
need apply; c-ipabl<? of siring t-ond ami able
to control pood trade, man a bit* to u ake $20 to
$90 a week la :l*e kind we want. Apply Man*
ajrer CASTKLBKRG'S. 'J'AZ l'a are.
uih30 f.a.mAw tf
DOMESTIC^
WA.VTKD-2D ESS 3D WHITK BUTLKBS AT
once. OAHANISS AUKNl Y. 1144 15fli * .
WAN 1'KI> TWO Ht TI-KRS. SECOND MAN,
houseman. furnace man. gardener. hou*vl.oy. LADIES'
KXCUANiiF. 807 Vermont ave.
MAXE OB FEMALE.
WAN run TIIIIKK WHITE WAITRESSES. $18
to $-5 per mo.; 1 while kitcheuiijai I. *!*>> two
colored waitre*?ae?. CAltA.MSS AGENCY. 1144
15tb sr. n.w.
WANTKIX T'UT R SOPRANOS. TWO ALTOS AND
thrt*e l.n^-n for volunteer choir. Address IMRECT<
Mt. Sar office. o -20 a.ra -^t
V. AM T?r> yor WANT A COMPETENT STKnojcrapher
or l-ookkeoper? Apply STRAYER'S
Hi SIN HAS COLLEGE. 11th and F sta. n.w.;
'phone Main P>430. aeC-tf
FEMALE ~~
^ WANTED?A 1 ibl rd CLEAN drxtal
office, yterlllze li; rrutneii t*. naroincc pd'l?uh
Mild attlM at chair; palarv, $4 pfr we k. A<1'
?!tv?a 1>. C., star offltv.
WAN rKI> WA 1ST ANirSKIRT HELPERS; ALSO
apprentice* and errand girl. 1323 R ?t.
WANTED?HELP.
FEMAX,E.
W AXTEI >?AX EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSER
who knows how to <k> hair work. 728 11th st.
vc22-3t
WANTED? VOrXG I.AOY STEXOORAPHER IX
office; sularj*. ?>.?*.) per we?k; position pcrmaAddress
Box 8. Star office.
W A XTED^A" TOFX<T <; IK LT( > 11ELP A I)R
maker. The Lexington. 21st anil L. Vlmt 6.
WANTED?A YOfXG LADY CASHIER WHO
has >o:ne knowledge of bookkeeping and typewrit
InAddress II. E. C.. Star office. oc22 3t
WANTED?AT 101 PA. AYE?XTW.TWHITE~WAITn*4s.
oc22-2t*
\VA NT K D -S U. ESI ,A DIE.S- A II'IIIIJ'I.US
SPECIALTY STOCK DF31HES THE
SKUVll'riS OF COMPETENT SALESLADIES
OF <}OOI> ADDUESS AND
(lHAItAlTKK. PEKAIASENT POSITION*
WITH SAL A It Y TO THOSE SA l'ISFACTOUY.
ADDKESS. WITH KEFEltEXCBS.
BOX ltt. ST A It OFFICE.
or-2^-3t
WANTED EXPERIENCED HANDS TO ALTER
coals Hiid skirtt; a'.so yountf girl as stock clerk.
Apply Alteration Department, WM. H. SicKNEW
CO.. 933 Pa. n?c. ?c22-3t
WANTED?CASHIERS, WHO HAVE HAD Department
store experience: to those capable,
good salaries and permanent positions are assured.
Apply before 10 a.m. to Superintendent,
S. KANN. SONS & CO. oc21-3t
WAXTHD?J. L. LEVEItTON & CO.. THE Women's
ouiersnrment sti.r?. 1115 C, ?t., hare positions
for several ex;*erl'wed hands In the alteP'i
ffnti ilomirhnont waltrv 57 ?kV r?r iVAok and
permanent. ' oc21-3t
W A NTKD~~MILLINERY PREPARERS, IV >DY
workers and apprentices; poo.I position*. Apply
at onc?>. HAKTZ. 734 7th at. n.w. oc20-3t*
WANTED?E XTKUIKNOED BUNDLE WRAPpera.
Applj 4.17 N. Y. ave. oc20-3t
WANTED?YOUXG LADY. CHARGE OFFFCETS
week3; caaj* place. 310 K st. n.e.; after .% and
Sum! a j. oc29-3t
WANTED?WHITE NIRSE FOR CHILD THREE
years old. Appljr Apartment 82, The Connecticut.
oc20-3t*
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES IN
clonks. Bults an<l ir. Miliary; permanent posit l?m.
Apply at MAYER BROS. &. CO.. 937 F St. n.w.
oc17-(?t
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED BCNDLE WR KVpers.
Apply at MAYER BROS. & CO.. 937 F
st. n.w. oc!7-<>t
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED ALTERATION
hands for coats ami suits. Apply at MAYER
BROS. A CO.. 9:t7 F st. n.w. cc!7 ?t
WANTED?THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED COAT
ami suit saleswomen. Address Box 167 Star
office. ocl6-tf
WANTED-YOUNG LADY TO ADDRESS CIRCtf
lars. Address Box 22. Star office. oc9-30t
\VANTK[T-WOME~S~TO~TRYOUR~BCCnO GIN."
fur kidney and bladder troubles; prescription of
late Dr. Warner of Baltimore. Sold only by
THK JOHN WKDDERBiJIlN CO.. 61S F ft.
sel'J-tf
W'ANTKD ? K X PERI ENCE1? WORKERS AND
learners on paper l:oxes. GEO. P. KILLIAN CO.,
452 Pn. are. se21-tf
______
WANTED-PLAIN COOK AND TO DO PART OF
wash. 14.*>8 N st. n.w.; reference required.
WANTED RELI ARI.E I'ERSt) N FO R I u >W N
stairs work arid cooking; very small family; ?0>d
wages to right person. 1?>22 19th st.
WANTED?WHITE COOK FOR TWO. $.C?: COOK.
$40; also kitchenmald. LADIES' EXCHANGE,
807 V runHit arc.
WANTED?COOK. $.*10: COOK FOR WIDOWER.
$2."?: also plain cook. LADIES' EXCHANGE, 807
Vermont ave.
WANTED?WHITE WAITRESS. $25; WAITRESS.
$20: parlor maid; private families. LADIES'
EXCHANGE SOT Vermont ave.
WANTED?WHITE CHAMBERMAID AND WAIT
ress. $20; housemaid. $18. $15; families. IADIES'
EXCHANGE. 807 Vermont j?ve.
WANTED? LAUNDRESS. $20; GENERAL HOCSEworker.
$2u. $18. $15: private families. LADIES'
EXCHANGE. 807 Vermont ave.
W ANTED?COLORED COOK. $25. COOK. $20;
rooks. $18. $15; families. LADIES' EXCHANGE.
807 Vermont ave.
WANTED ? A SETTLED WOMAN FOR ?LNeral
housework In family of two; one fond of
pets: must stay at night and be well recommended.
1746 Q st. n.w. uc22-3t*
WANTED-RELIABLE COLORED WOMAN AS
chambermaid and waitress. 1445 Mass. ave.
n.w.
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS ORDER COOK. ONE
waitress (white) for tea room. Address Box 11,
Star office.
WANTED?<X>LORED WOMEN KoR COOK AND
housework; family of three. Apt. 209. East
r lureurt* ?-win. w
WANTED WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND IKON;
stay at home nights. 1S17 10th at. n.w.
oc22-3t*
WANTED?OOIiORED WOMAN FOR GENfc-.Al,
housework. Apply at 029 10th st. n.w.
WANTED?WOMAN. COOK, WASH AND IRON;
well recommended and thoroughly competent;
pood ]>ay. Apply 1235 Glrard st. oe22-3t
WANTKD-A GIRL TO ASSIST*IN IIOUSKW^RK.
123 0th st. s.e.
WANTED RELIABLE WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. Tall at once. 1804 G st. n.w.
WANTED-A GOOD WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework in small family; stay nights. 3313
N sr. oc22-3t
WANTED GIRL To TOOK AND DO VERY LIGIIT
housework; three In family; wages, $16 month.
Apply at once 3117 13th st. n.e.
WANTED?AT ONCE. A RESPECTABLE. COM
petent woman to cook, wash and Iron In <?uiall
family: must stay nights; best of city reltrencea
required. Apply 145T? Harvard at. oc22-2t
WANTKI)?WOMAN FOR GENERAL IIOf'SKwork:
small family; good wages. 1343 Girard at.
oc21-3t*
WANTED?WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOU8Ework,
2 In family, $10 per month; references.
Call 1009 19th *t. oc21-3t
WANTED?A WHITE NtR.SE FOR CHILD 13
months old; assist with older children. Call at
E st. n.w. oc21-2t
WANTED- GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
. famllv of three; etay nights. 1211 Kcnyon at.
oc2i-3t*
WANTED -FIRST-CLASS COOK; GOOD WAGES;
private family. 1713 DeSales st. o'-21-3t
WANTED?A GENTEEL. SETTLED WHITE
woman for general housework in a family of two;
star at nights. 507 Mass. ave. n.w. ocJfilKtt*
WANTED?AT 247 N. CAPITOL ST., uiHL FOB
general housework; must come early every morning.
oc20-3t*
WANTED?A WHITE COOK AND A WHITE
waitress; small family. Apply 1021 N. II. ave.
oo20-4t*
WANTED? RELIABLE WOMAN TO COOK AND
assist in an apartment. Apply APARTMENT,
No. 40, 1412 Mass. ave. n.w. oc20-3t*
WANTED?COOK. COMPETENT WIIITE WOMan.
Apply afternoons. 1301) Kenyon st. oc20-3t*
WANTED-2. COMPETENT WHITE~ WOMEN
one as rook, other to clean and do housework;
wares. $20. Apply G1S F. ocll-tf
WAXTKD-A SETTLED WOMAN TO I>0 GKNeral
housework in a small family. Apply 1221 O
St. O.W. ael7-tf
~ WANTED?SITUATIONS^
One cent a word for 15 words.
" MALE
W AXTKH-PLAc;E AS P(-UTKU. WAITER OR
driver; best ref. Call or addreas 4'J7 1st n.w.
WANTED A PLACE AS A GOOD~COOK; GOOD
reference. Addreas SAMUEL OOX, 323 F st. s.w.
oc22-2t*
WANTED POSITION BY A YOL'XG MAX EXperienced
In typewriting: and office work. Address
Itox 12. St:?r offltt. oe22-3t*
WANTED?BY FAINTER AND GENERAL UTIClfy
man. work by week, month or Job; strictly
steady. Address Box 14. Star office.
W A NT Kl> - YOING MAX KUrtM COUNTUY
wishes place around house or store. V1V W ?x.
n.w.
WANTED?IX VICINITY OF DUPOXT CIRCLE,
furnaces to attend. W. H. BROWNE. 1447
Pierce place. oc21-2t*
\V A NTED-?PLACE AS BUTLKR OR DRIVEIt.
Address W. I'. A.. .Star office. oc2J-4t*
WANTKI>?POSITION AS HOOKKKKPEI^ STEnograpber
and typewriter afternoona after 6. Address
BOOKKEEPER, 1703 Pa. ave. oclSMt .
WASTED POSITION IX REAL K8TATK Ott
law office by young man; experienced bookkeeper
and collector. Address Box 101, Star office.
oclH.21.22
DOMESTIC. ~
WANTED--PLACK AS JANITOR; GOOD FIREman.
318 P st. o.w.
WANT E1 >?SITrATIONS FOR EXOLISH Bl'Tler,
Irish butler. German butler, Spanish butler.
Japanese butler, colored butler. LADIES' EXCHANGE.
SOT Vermont ave.
WANTED? BY~ C<)LOREI> MAN, "POSITION AS
gentleman's valet, janitor or inside work; also
first -class horseman; best personal reference.
AMKY. 192i? L st. u.tv. oc22-3t*
rrwr* r.r
WANTED - DAY S \V()KK BY FIRST-CLASS
laundress. 514 -1st ?t. ii.w. or2o-2t.eSu*
WANTKII- SKWINC F'6H I.ADIKS KY AX KjT
l?erienced seamstress; hy the hour. 20c., or
piece; reference?. Address "EXPERT," Star
vtNif.
WANTKD-COPY'IN<7~AT HOME OH IN OFFICE*.
Address A. H. J.. 8tar office. or22-3t*
WANTS i > B| A < <?L( >REt> GIRL, PLKX TO
WV with a dressmaker. 512 24tli st. n.w.
WAN 1 EI? HY COM I'KT E NT 1 > K ESS MA K E \i~KS.
for the next week; ref. given. Ad<lr"?
A. I?. Star office. oc21-2t
\V.\ N IB? Vi MUTIOX AS ItEADETTto AN~I>T
val:?l several hours each day. Address INDUSTRIOUS.
St ar^ office. ocliMt
WA.NTfcl)?BY A UlIIV OF EXPERIENCE, PO?lt!ou
In hu office. Address Hi'x 157, Star office.
<* 20-31?
DOMESTIC^
WAXTET>?PLACE TO DO GEXKRAL HOUSKnork.
11-S lUih st. u.w.
W ANTEII ? I5V COLORED GIRL. PLACH AS
^enpral houseworker ami cbnmL*'rma'd. Call 110?
K ?t. ii.? .
WANTKP- WORK BY CAPABLE LAI'NDRESS]
day. month and take home. LADIES* EXCHANGE.
NOT VtTBIOBt ?T?.
I ? ?
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
FEHALL.
DOMKSTfC. ^
WAVI'KD KIRST-CLiSW WHITK COOK. SITi:atlon;
luug refprence; three colored cooks. LADIES'
EXCHANGE. 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED?BY EXCELLENT WHITE CHAMBERmaids,
situations; also tlirpe colored housemaids.
LADIES' EXCMASOK. KU7 Veriuont are.
WANTED-Srri ATIONS FOR TRAINED LADY'S
maid, efficient nurse, parlor maid. LAD1E3V
EXCHANGE, SOT Vermont ave.
WANTED?A WASH TO DO AT HOME aR~TU
go out by tl?e day. 1C40 10th M. n.m.
WANTED ?COOK. PLACE IN BOARDING HOUSE
or laundry work. 2205 Otli st. n.w.
WANTED?BY A NEAT. RESPECTABLE COLored
girl, place to do general housework; good
references. 500 O st. n.w.
WANTED ? BY NEAT. RELIABLE COLORED
girl, place to assist In general housework; stay
nights. Call O st. n.w.
WANTED -A PLACE A3 A FIRST-CLASS AND
all-around cook; no washing. 1010 R st. n.w.
WANTED?BY~FTRST-CLASS CO(>K7 PLACE IN
nHvotii fu nil I v <*?!! or HllllfCRS 1141) llJth St. n.W.
oc22-2t *
WANTED-DAY'S WORK. TO GO OUT OR
take home. D21 Florida are. n.w.
WANTED-BY1 GOOD LAUNDRESS, WASHING
to take home. 341 V st. n.w. oc22-2t
WANTED?BY COLORED WOMAN. WA SHING
to c!o at home.- 2120 9th st. n.w.
WANTED PLACE AS CHAMBERMAID BY A
irirl who Is willing to learn. Call at 112 Washington
st., Anacostia. oo22-3t
> ??" ' " ' ? <*'if XTII.'TI ?'i l"\l i V
\\A.M tl)-lll?reA 1AD1/1<? VyUi^nca.' ?I <' u.1.1
would like a cook's place; no washing; good references.
1133 20th st.
WANTED--BY GOOD COOK. PLACE SMALL
vate family-; do general housework; good references.
Call or address 247 W n.w.
WANTED ? BY FIRST - ('LASS LAUVDRKSS.
-washing to do at home. 1737 Seaton st. n.w.
WA NTi: D=-1T\~RELI A RLE~0 IRLTPILACE FOR
general housework. 1328 Chester court n.w.
WANTED?BY REST FM^TA B LE COLOl tKD \VO "
? ? ?? nKiin.Kn^mnt/l and U'llltraaS _t,l.
dress K. A. B., Star office. oc22-3t*
WANTED?BY TWO RESPECTFUL COLORED
girls, places as chambermaids or waitresses. 45
D st. n.w oc22-4t*
WANTED?BY RESPECT ABLE COLORED WOAI?n,
place as cook. Call 1205 25th st. n.w.
c22-2t
WANTED?PLACE BY EXCELLENT OOOK, OR
in flat; no washing. 11<>9 R st. n.w.
WANTED?BY FIRST-CLASS COOK, PLACE; NO
washing. 1133 23d st. n.w.
W A NTED?SITU AT IONS: ONE FIRST-CLASS
white cook; also first-class colored butler; good
city references. CABANISS AGENCY, 1144 15th
st. n.w.
WANTED?SITUATIONS: 3 FIRST-CLASS COLored
woim?n cooks; good city references. Call
CABAN1SS Ai?ENTY. 1144 15th st. n.w.
WANTED-BY THREE COLORED WOMEN,
first-class laundry work at home; also day's work
out. 1419 N ?t. n.w. oc22-2t#
WA NTED?YOl" NO WHITE GIRL FROM VA.
would like place as chambermaid in hotel. Address
Miss MORRIS, 411 7th st. s.w. oc22-3t
WANTED ? BY FIRST - CLASS LAUNDRESS,
washing home or day's work out. 438 N st. n.w.
WANTED-BY FIRST-CLASS COOK. SITUATION
'" ?>" = > .1"" ?o fumilr nn rrnoHncr 1 rrttl
ing; can give first-class reference. lisi New
{Hampshire aye. n.w. oc22-2t
WANTKI)?BY COLORED WOMAN. I'LACH AS
chambermaid in private family. 2611 Dumbarton
ave.
WANTKI) ? BY RELIABLE WOMAN. TO DO
day's work out, washing or liousecleaning. 1138
t'nlon court n.w.
WANTED?BY COLORED GIRL. CHAMBERSAID
an<i general housework; stay nights; good wages.
2010 Florida ave. n.w.
WANTED?It Y FRENCH GIRL. AS LADY'S
maid; good oacker and good sewer; city references.
Address Box 264. Star office. oc2l-2t*
WANTED?BY RESPECTABLE COLORED WOman.
small family wash to take home. Address
_11S0_1 8th at. <X?21-2t*
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent n word each time for 15 words 3 times.
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB
CAST-OFF CLOTHES. LADIES* OR GENTLEMEN'S.
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL.
'Phone North 1750. W. RICE. 1332 7th at. n.tr.
oc22-29t*
W ANTED?A SECOND-HAND ELECTRIC MOtor;
direct current; not le?s than three horsppower;
must be in first-class order; state price
and details. Address RAYMOND, Box 10, Star
office. oc22-:\t
WANTED-- PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OP
mechanical.?work: facilities first class for experiments
and perfecting and repairing machines.
Call or address 424 L st. s.e. oc21-3t*
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAlir FOR
WORN GARMENTS. LADIES'. GENTLEMEN'S *
CHILDREN'S SHOES & HATS. ANY AMOUNT.
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL ANY HOUR.
J. TARSMES. 130S 7T11 N.W. 'Phone North 439.
oc^l-lOt*
WANTED ?TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS.
When Billing why not drop postal to an old reliable
firm? H. MARKS. 307 7th, opposite Sales',
or 'phone Main 1903. oc21-tf
WANTED ? DRESSMAKING ? INFANTS AND
children; also embroidery. Will cajl. Address
Box 3, Star office. oc21-3t*
WANTED?LADIES DESIRING STYLISH AND
becoming hats to call at 922 Mass. ave. n.w. and
try the milliner whose motto Is, "Pleased customer
or no sale." oc21-3t*
WANTED?SEWING MACHINE. STANDARD
make. in Ural-class condition; price must be
moderate. H. C. C., Star office. oc21-3t*
WANTED?CARPKTS TO LAY. MAKE; FLOORS
stainiug. waxing and poli*liiug; 2o years' experience'as
a general workman. II. J. HOWELL,
1621 HHli st. n.w. oc2o-4t*
WANTED-HORSES WINTERED; WARM STAble;
terms moderate; references. Address M.
KIRK, Jr., Norbeck, Md. o.20-7t*
WANTED?CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE, CARpets,
office and storu fixtures of all kinds. Furniture
stored, packed and shipped. Address BAUM.
012 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone Main 1254. oc20-tf
WANTED?THE USE OF A PIANO FOR ITS
Htorage. l?y a lady in a higli-class apartment;
no children. Address N. E. C., Star office.
oc20-3t
WANTED?IMMEDIATELY; SECOND-HAND Upright
piano; standard make. State cash terms.
Address Box 2G1, Star office. oc20-3t*
WANTED?DIAMONDS. ONE TO FOUR KTS.;
$!<*> per kt. up; old gold, sliver and city pawn
tickets taught; n.oney to loan also. 'Phone M.
4878. ABRAHAMS. Bonded 3roker. 433 ?tb n.w.
oc?> d.eSu-4
WANTED- HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID.
garments. Indies', gentlemen's, children's shoes
and lists, any amount. Address postal, I will call.
A. KEBESKY. 130t> 7th n.w. 'Phone N. 3260 M.
og4-30t*
WANTED ? EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY,
this month?50.000 lbs. old feathers; highest cash
price. Also furniture, ladies' and gents' clothes.
Send postal; will call at once. 213 7th st. n.w.
oc2-39t*
WANTED?500 OUNCES GOLD AND SILVER
for manufacturing purpose*. Old Jewelry, ailrer?are,
diamonds, corals. cameos, mosaics bought
tor cash. C. F. Karr, Jeweler, 618 13tb, abort) F.
o<-2-lf
WANTED?600 STOVES AND RANGES AND ALL
KINDS OK lJOISEHOLD GOODS. LONG *
MATTING LI. UTU AND SOU N.W.; 'PH0N?
N T08-M. se26-80t,4
WANTED?ANYTHING TO SELL BY PUBLIC
auction; Include It la Saturday's sale at WESCHLEU'S.
02(1 1'a. ave. d.w. se2?-30t
WANTED?FURNITURE FOR CASH?SELL YOUR
GOODS TO THE MAN THAT GIVES YOU THE
MOST MONEY. HOPWOOD, STH AND K N.W.
telS-DOt
WANTED?SELL YOUR CAST-OFF CLOTHING
to the man that pays you the most money. Droo
enstal. I nlll call Id my unlettered carriage SAAI
URNSTKIN. C0:t I) gt. o.w. aelj-Wt
WANTED - SPOT CASH PAID FOB GOOD
second-hand UPRIGHT PIANOS. Call or address
1231 G it. an27-tf
WANTED?OUi CARPETS WOVEN INTO FINS
art /upi: only iresTinc concern here.
WASHINGTON HUG CO.. 331 6th n.w.
Tlioae M. 4325. apl9-tf 4
WANTED ? UPRIGHT PIANOS BOUGHT F?JB
cssh. WORCH'S, 923 F. Squares and organs
taken In exchange. iny31;f
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID ICR
cast off clothes; ladles', gentlemen's and children's:
address postal; trill call try time. H.
BURNSTEIN. 1314 7th St. n.w. 'Phone 4390 Y.
_se4-90t
WANTED?IF YOU AUK GIVING UP HOUSE
keeping and tvlsh to sell part or all of joar- fnrsltnre.
(end for the man wbo has the reputation
Of 20 jeara" fair dealing. MARCUS NOTES. ?18
?tl> it. bat.; 'phone Main 8171. feS-tf
WANTKD?THE OLD AND PRBSKXT 8TOCKbclders
of the Flrat Co-Opera tire Building A?s?elation
to know that subscription books an atllt
open. Prom $2.50 to $5,000 taken on deposit.
Koar per cent Interest paid. This sfsonlattoo lis*
been established for a quarter of a cec tory. Coras
to office. 1329 32d St. m.w., far particular*. **U-t(
A Convenience few
. Telephone Subscribers.
, The Star, receives C'assifiei
Advertisements from Telephone
Subscribers; bills are mailed
the same day and payment
must be made either by mail or
in person at The Star office
witnin ten days.
JOB BENT?BOOMS.
\/ne cent a wora ror 10 woras.
FUHN1SHKP. COLUMBIA
IIKIG HTS?FURNISH ED ROOMS;
southern exposure; with or without board; private
family; convenient two lines cars. 1223
Irvin? st. oc22-3t*
1223 15TIT ST. N.W.?NICELY FURNISHED,
well-heated, well-kept second-floor front room;
fine location.
1334 11TH ST. X.W.-TWO COMMUNICATING
second-story front rooms; new!y furnished; also
unfurnished room; bath every floor. oc22-3t*
LARGE FRONT ROOM," ~SETOND FLOOR. AND
also hall room; southern exposure. 911* L st.
n.w. oc22-2t*
FOR GENTLEMAN; SOUTHERN EXPOSURE:
steam heat, with use of combination pool and
billiard table on same floor; 'phone service free;
r $10. 1013 Otis p!ace n.w. oc22-3t*
ONE OH TWO FURNISHED ROOMS; NO L. H.
k.; sunny bath; small family. 910 9th st. n.w
12i>7 Q N.W.?TWO WBLL-FURNISHED KKONT
rooms, complete for light housekeeping; iphndid
location; 2 car lines; moderate rates. oc22-tf
FI RNISHEl) COMPLETE ^ITISMTSEKLJICITNO.
incudittg bed and table linen, dishes, cooking
utensils, two, three or five sunny rooms and bath,
near 3 car lines. 1837 Vt. are.
FOirRENT?TWO ROOMS. COMPLETELY FURnlshed
for I. h. k.. $18. 1811 9th st. n.w. oc22-3t
FOR RENT?GENTLEMEN ROOMERS WANTED
at G08 3d st. n.w. oc22-7t
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN MODern
apartment house; all conveniences, electric
lifcht. etc.; very desirable; terms reasonable.
Address Box 18, Star office. oc22-3t*
NIT EI. Y FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLEM AN:
southern exposure. 1342 Girard st.. Columbia
Heights. of?l-3t
T WO COM Mr NIC A TINT, ROOMS. FUKNISJED:
hath on same floor. 1217 H st. n.w. oc?l-2t
A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD RENT ONE OR
two bright, handsomely furnished room*. 2d
floor, to desirable teuant, who would he accorded
all the comforts and privileges of a aotue. Address
E. H.. Star office. oc*l-2t
FOR RENT? FURNISHED PARLOR. 1ST FLOOR.
private famly of a<lults. 013 A St. s.e. oc21 -3t
1014 15TH ST. N.W.?DESIRABLE ROOMS. EN
suite or single, with or witliout board; telephone.
" oc21-3t*
H34 10TH ST. N.W.?TWO NICELY FURNISiT
ed front rooms in refined Virginia family with
or without board. oc2l-2t
TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM S IN
fntnilv i\f tn-ii Mflnlts* tuloti'uin? rra a on/1 h^ntr
gentlemen; ref. 174(3 Q n.w. oc21-4t*
1920 H ST. N.W., NEAR DEPARTMENTS; ROOMS
for rent single or communicating; furnace heat;
tile baths. oc21-6t
FOR REXT?COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, NICELY
furnished rooms. 1343 Glrard st. oc21-3t*_
NICE NEWLY PAPERED AND FURNISHED
room for oue or two gentlemen. 915 5th st. n.w.
oe21-3f
TWO LOVELY ROOMS; NEW HOUSE, NEW FURnishlngs;
l.h.k.; ready for occupancy. 1715 l?t
st. n.w. oc20-3t#
727 13TH ST. N.W.?LARGE, WELL FURNISHED
room. oc20-3t*
FOR RENT?4 FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS AND
two hall rooms, in a corner house, within 5
squares War Department; everything new. Apply
2144 H st. n.w. oc20-3t*
1225 N ST. N.W.,. MEDTUM SIZED SECOND
floor room; very well furnished; near bath.
oc20-sat,m,w3t*
1200 11TH ST. N. W.?CLE A N, WARM, WELLkept
rooms; one a desirable second-story front;
walking distance to business part of city. oc20-3t
FOR KENT ? FURNISH ED ? LARGE 3D-STORY
frost room. Apply 1722 Corcoran st. oc20-3t*
2133 L ST. NTW. ?ONE~?jLttGB FRONT~KGOM;
suitable for two. oc20 3t*
FOR KENT?1318 12TII ST. N.W.: LARGE. MCE
ly furnished front room, for one or two gentlemen;
porcelain bath; hot-water heat; terms moderate;
private family. oc20-3t*
LARGE AND SMALL NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; tiled and porcelaiu bath; gentlemen preferred.
1637 13th st. ii.w.; 'phone. oc20-3t
DELIGHTFUL LOCATION^ 1372 HARVARD ST.
n.w.; large frcnt room; also southern 2d-story
room. ocJ80-4t*
PLEASANT ROOM ON M ST.. OVERIiOOKLNG
Connecticut ave. electric car line; board if desired;
terms reasonable. Address H. A. M.,
Star office. or 20-31*
I FURNISHED ROOM. CONVENIENT TO BATH:
near Conn. ave. and R St.; Apartment 31. The
| Decatur, n.w. oc20-3t*
1 T.ARfiR VtrrcTv PiTTIVTSmm Rftft\f PRVVATR
family; square from car lftie. 114 Adams St.
n.w., square above W St. oc20-3t
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH PRIvate
family: gentlemen otaly; excellent neighborhood.
129 12th st. D.e. oc20-3t*_
19 GRANT PLACE?WITH OR WITHOUT
board: single or en suite. oc20-3t*
1302 EUCLID ST\ (FORMERLY ROANOKE),
three furnished rooms on floor with bath, single
or en suite. oc20-3t
N .
COO OTH ST. N.W.-BACHELOR OR STUDENTS*
apartments, handsomely furnished, first floor
front; private bath. ocl9-6t*
1207 Q N.W.?EXTRA LARGE, WELL-HEATED,
seeond-floor room; splendidly furnished; two ear
lines; reasonable terras. ocl9-tf
TWO LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
suitable for two parties; gentlemen preferred.
1319 13th st. n.w. oc!8-6t
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR NICE ROOMS GO
to Gerson, Dent & Co., 611 7th st. n.w., real es
tato agents; no charges for securing rooms.
oc5 30t
THE OAKLAND, 2019 COLUMBIA ROAD-ATtractive
fur. rooms; apartments 50, 51 and 54;
with or without board. oclt>-14t*
FOR BKNT?FURNISHED?A PLEASANT 2Dfetory
front room near bath; board if desired;
telephone. 014 T St. ocl3-tf
FOR RENT?A LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH
southern exposure to refined gentlem&B. 1221 O
st. n.w. se!7-tf
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
FOR RENT?ONE LAIUiE FRONT ROOM; ALSO
one smaller, famished or unfurnished, well heated.
908 Westminster St.. bet. S and T n.w. <?nlj*
Tew doors from 9th st. car.
FOR KENT?LARGE ANI) SMALL ROOMS. FURnLshed
or unfurnished. 2027 I st. n.w. oc20-7t
900 S ST. NTW!^ UNFURNISHED ROOMS^
!iaii</i uwi i iu auuiio uuij. v^au aim i) p.m.
oc20-3t*
FLAT OK THKEE ROOMS AND PRIVATE BATH,
heal and gaa for cooking. 20<$ F st. n.w.
oc20-3t*
SUITE OF 3 COM MUNICATINO ROOMS. 2d
floor. 1338 K at.; steam heat; bath adjoining.
oi-2U-3t*
LARGE, BEAUTIFUL IKK) MS, IN ELEGANT
| m-ighlKirhood; furnished or unfurnished. Address
I,. H. K.. Star office. oc20-3t*
LARGE, SUNNY, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED OB
uufurnislied rooms; hot-water heat; with lioard.
1713 8 n.w. oc20-3t"
141? YOU ST.?SOUTHERN FRONT ROOM; 3
windows; 2 large closets; telephone; board If desired;
suitable for one or two. oe22-3t*
" rNKimXISHED. .
1872 V ST. N.W.?2 OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
with or without board. oc22-3t*
KOK KENT?TWO LARGE COMMl'NU'ATINfi
rooms: heat: alcove; reference required: no children:
*16. 1340 U at.
FOB BENT?UNFURNISHED FLAT. ertlTAIILE
(or 1. b. k.; with private bath oil same Uooi. 1004
14tli ?t. n.w. ocl2 31*
FOR KENT?BASEMENT DININO ROOM AND
kltchem- suitable for caterer; good locatloo. lilJ9
14th at., cor. I. u.w. or22-3t*
410 8T1I ST. N.W.-STEAM HEAT, BATH EACH
floor; $R a month and upwards; central location.
FOlt RENT?SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH; *2S;
2(1 and 3d flinrs; Improvements to airlt. A. Sl<iMt'ND
& BROS.. Office, 3920 Pa. ave. oc21-2t
FUR RENT ? UNFURNISHED ? SOITH WEST,
on residence street, three tine, large rooms, ttrst
or second Uoor; references required. 498 F st.
s.w. oc21-2t*
ON SECOND FI.OOE, TWO BRIGHT ROOMS,
with heat, eas and bath; to quiet couple. 1137
New Hampshire ave. oc21-3t*
TII REE DESIRABLE UNFI RN1SHEHD ROOMS,
2d floor; with or without board; or i.h.k. 942 O
st. n.w. oc21-3t*
ROOMS OR PART OF HOUSE TO RENT, ON~REAsonable
terms to small family of adults; references.
1413 17th st. n.w. oc20^3t*
FLAT, 3 ROOMS AND PRIVATE BATH; IN PRIvate
family; l.h.k. 1338 Glrard st. p.vr. oc2u-3t*
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS; BATH; HOT AND
told water; terms very reasonable. 818 New
Hampshire ave. oc20-3t*
THE ASTORIA.
Sd anl G sts. n.w. (near pension office).
Rooms, single or en suite. Electric
elevator, steain heat, hot water, light
free. Building has modern drug store.
pvf*pllpnt pafp and harhar kIioil al
wsyi open tot Inspection.
KOOMS. S8 OP.
W. E. CO WEN, Manager. Uoom 20.
Blias bids.. 35 B at. a.w. 'l'bone E. CS3.
ocao-tt _
rOI R OK FIVE Ot'TSIDE ROOMS AND BATH,
arranged (or housekeeping; good ctosets; $14 and
ti7. 9620 K at. B.w. oeS0-3t
FOB RENT?ROOMS.
UNFURNISHED.
EXTIRK SECOND Kl>OOR^ THREE FINK
rooms: >lao one on tbtnl floor; heat. light. Inth,
Eta for cooking; l.h.k.; very reasonable. 1806
legs *t.. bet. 13th, 14th, R and 3 ata. n.w.
_ o<2u-3t* _ ,
WANTED?ROOMS.
AltA Aont ?a imMHl #?? 1? ?
WANTED?FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOCSTCkeeplng;
bouse with telephone preferred. Address
TRAINED NVKSE. Star office.
or2V2t*
| WANTED?IF rOU WANT YOl'R UOOUS RKNTed
bring them to GERSON. DENT & CO.. All
Ttb st. n.w.. as we ar? the only real estate
agents In the city who rent out furnished rooms.
_oc?-SOt_ -
ROOMS AND BOA.R&
One cent a word for 15 words.
1769 T ST. N.W.?ATTRACTIVE FDRN1SHKD
room, with excellent hoard, for gentleman or
young married couple, in new 3-srory brick;
a.m.!.; 'phone; private family; reasonable; near
cars. oc20-4t
14iy YOU ST.?SOUTHERN FRONT ROOM; 8
1 ? *
n.uu*r?9, a mrge ciosets; telephone; suitable for
oiie or two. oc?^-3t*
FOR RENT?TWO LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED
front rooms, suitable for two, with board; second
floor, forty-six dollars; third, forty-five;
small room, twenty dollars. 1530 9th st. n.w.
NEWLY PAPERED AND IFU RNISHED R< JOM
for rent, with board; table board. 1635 P st.
n.w. oc21-7t
1012 14TH ST.. ADJOINING COCHRAN iFoTEL^
Desirable rooms, single or en suite; transients
accommodated; superior table. oc21-2t*
1405 RHODE ISLAND AVE.-TWO NICELY Fi llnished
front rooms, second and third floors;
southern exposure; private family. oc21-3t*
1440 N ST. N.W.-FRONT AND BACK ROOMS;
furnished; southern exposure; every convenience;
excellent table. oc21-3t*
SMALL FAMILY; LARGE HC>ME: WELL HEAT,
ed; furnished; fine locality; block two car lines;
would board four gentlemen or two with their
wives. Address PEN, Star office. o<*21-2t*
1418 HOPKINS ST., ^ETR~DUPONT CTRCLESunny,
furnished front rooms; meals; telephone;
$12 to $20. oc21-2t*
1318 12TH ST. N.W.? SUNNY ROOMS ON BATH
i floor; hot-water; fine cook; terms reasonable.
nuii
\jaji*. oc20-3t*
j bright, sl'nny rooms, with best table
board, at 1200 18th st. References required.
| oc20-eod-6t*
i elegantly firnisiieo rooms, excellent
1 table; hou*e well heated. 1204 N at. n.w.
ocS-14t*-rSu
121h mass. avk n.w.?two large rooms.
Ronthern exposure; private bath; Fteam heat;
telephone; private home; references exchanged.
oc20-4t*
two communicating rooms, with boaud;
ttt'ft Indioa '??" ???? * J - - - -
mntticu i_uupitr i#j:eirrrra. x-140 U
St. n.w. oc20-3t*
1204 K N.W.; 2I> FLOOR SOI TH ROOM, ADjoining
bath; also single room. First-class
board. oc20-7t*
FOR RENT?910 19T11 ST. N.W., DESIRABLE
rooms with board; references. oc20-3t*
LARGE. WELL FVRNISIIED FRONT ROOM,
couple or two gentlemen; home comforts; private
family; 'phone. 116 4th st. n.e. oc20-3t*
THE lliOQt'OlS, 1410 M; ROOM AND BOARD
in a new apartment house; ttth floor. oc20-Ct*
714-724 18TII ST.?SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR
rooms, with two in room, $45 and up; single
j rooms, $22.50 and up, with board. oc20-3t*
I NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND ONLY
I home-made cooked food served. 220 E st. n.w.
j o<*20-3t*
BS3 G ST. N.W.?HANDSOMELY FURXISHRD
I rooms, exceptionable table; southern exposure;
gentleman preferred; transients accommodated.
j 1336 EYE ST.. OPPOSITE FRANKLIN PARK.
2d house from 14th st.?Lar^e rooms: spacious
I closets; 2d floor; bath same floor; excellent table;
references. oc20-3t*
BRIGHT. SUNNY. SOUTHERN - EXPOSED
rooms: home comforts; home cooking; with board.
1529 Q st. ocl9-7t*
1 FOR RENT?2 FRONT ROOMS. WITH BO^RO.
911 19th st. n.w. oclC-'t
1231 GIRARD ST.-LARGE SOUTH FRO.Ni ROOM,
middle room and bath, single or en suite: board
If desired; telephone. ocl6-tf
1708 F ST. N.W.-DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND
board with pleasant southern famllj; $20 to $30
per month; excellent home table; piano and
telephone. oc!5-tf
"wanted?r00ms and board.
One rent a word for 13 worda.
WANTED; BI NOV. 2pi"TWO Kl'KNISHED OB
uuiurauuieu rooms, witli good board, for gentlemen
and mother; must be reasonable. Address
"L. L.," Star office.
WANTED??Or7NG GENTLEMAN* DESIRES
room and board in strictly private family, centrally
located northwest. Address J. M.. Star
office. oc22-3t*
WANTED?BOARD AND KOOMS IN FINE FAMily
for lady and two little daughters. aged 8 and
6; in subnrbs preferred; state terms and references.
__Address Box_2, Star office. oc21-3t
" BOARDING.
One cent a word for 15 words.
FAMILY CATERERS MEATUS SENT TO ALL
parts of city. 1726 II St. HOLLY & BEZELLK.
ocl6-7t?
FOR RENT?STORES.
FOR KENT?
Those fine store rooms.
Located on the northeast corner of 14tii
and It sts. n.w.
Prices. $25 to $65 per mouth.
For plans and full particulars apply to
WILLETT & REIXECKE.
813 15th st. n.w. Opposite Store ham Hotel.
or 22-31 20
FOR RENT?NEW STORE AND FLAT CONTA1NIdk
* rooms ami hath; large cellar; hot-water
heat; II.w. corner 14th ami W nts. n.w.; rent,
$HR. F. S. COLLINS CO. <Inc.).
oc21-3t* 7u3 12th st. n.w.
FOR RENT?NICE, NEW STORK ROOMS AT 7TII
und H sta. n.e.; rent very low. WM. E. SIUS,
CIS 14th n.w. oc30-3t*
FOR RENT- 1440 32D N.W.; NICE, SMALL
store. $15.00.
1S)15 l'a. ave. u.w.; flue location for small store
or office. $20.00.
GEO. W. UN KINS,
ora?-ij[,eoa auu mm st. n.w.
FOK RENT?2912 14TH ST. X.W.; A FIXE LOCAtlon
for up-to-date harber shop or other business.
See us about this. Cheap rent.
oc20-8.m,iT.3t MOOKE Sc. HILL (Inc.). TIT 14th.
FOK KENT?CENTRAL LOCATIOX--lll)4 18TH
ST. N'.W. Kent reduced to ?33. See us ulnjut
this. MOORE & H1LI, (IXC.). T17 14TH.
oc2i)-?.m.w.8t
FOR KENT?NO. 210 H X.W., LARGE NEW
store, on car line, near government printing
office and onion station; very low rent to tailor,
paperhanger or like tiade. W. F. NASH, 122 M.
oefg-t
FOB KENT?OFFICES.
4 lines. It.,50c. 3t.?1.00. lwk..$2.33. Imp . $7.20.
FOR RENT?DESK ROOM, INCLUDING 110"F
water beat, electric llcht, toilet, hoi and cokl
water; splendid location for real palate or business
of like character. Basement cor. of 5tn and
East Capitol sts. Bright iiuaVters; 8 windows. cue
month free: only 17.50 per n:o. C. \V. NEWHOUSER.
424 East Capitol it. .x.-1'S^it*
1320 N. Y. AVE.. FIRST AM) SECOND FLOOR
office rooms, suitable tor real estate, dentists,
4c.: handsome building, reals low: situation unsurpassed.
KA.BR1CK & METCALF,
oc21-3t 1333 G ft. n.w.
FOR RENT?801 19TII X.W., SEVERAL FLVK
offices or studios, at low prices; plenty of light
uud space. See them.
GEO. W. IJN KINS,
oc20-12'.,eSu SUO lath st. n.w.
FOR RENT-1420 PA. AVE. X.W.; 2D FLOOR; 3
rtfc nis and lavatory; steam heat; can be rented
at reductlon^-$40.00. A. F. FOX CO., 14th St.,
at New York are. oc20 3t
win dc\vt iv THir irtpn i v.n i nrtupw-?rfJT"
1306 G St. n.vv.; everything new and modern;
rents, only $20 to $25. which includes best,
light and janitor service.
JORDAN & BLOOMER. Inc.. 1306 G st. n.w.
' oc8-tf
FOR KENT?DESIRABLE OFFICE" ROOM*.
1006 F st. n.w.; rent from $10 up.
728 15th at. n.w.; rent from $15 np.
W. H. WALKER. 729 15th st. n.n.
oel6-m.w&f-tf
TORjE^^IANmTZI
FOR RENT?TOD CAN BENT A HIGH-GRADE
piano from as for $3 and op per month; SO upi
lights to select from: all In perfect rendition.
I F. G. SMITH PIANO CO..
oc 18 M.? US ft. in. I
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
On* cont a word each time for 15 words 3 time*.
ROOMING HOI SE. NINE ROOMS. WELL Fi ll
nished; near Concessional Library; price reanou- <
able. Bos 4. Star oHJce. oc22-&f t
FOR SALE?OR~~RENTf^CHKAP?T~HK EMPLOY- K7
ment and Business Exchange. at 1115 F. stsond .
floor. oo22-.lt x
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE. RFVETTdale.
Md.; monthly business. $i.?00; rent. $2T?.
Inrhulln? living rooms; twice. $1,700. NEW
YORK BrsiXRas BROKERS. Oil F. OC22 ;it ,
FAMILY HOTEL; 30 R7>0^~FNC0ME. $L200 J
month; excellent location; only $1,.YJ0. NEW 1
YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. Oil F. oe22 3t
BARBER SHOP IN PROMINENT OFFICE BML1K 1
liis. ?lK?v.inK larce profits; price. f2.(X)0. NEW *
YHKK 111 Sl.NKSS llKOKKKS. *11 V. oo22-lit \
WE IH> GENERAL < ?HJ^ECTINO. LOCAL AND J
foreign; no charge unless successful. 'Phone 1
3144. Frets it AGENCY. 717 12th at. ,
uc22.23.25.28.20.atlool.4-Bt* t
$350 WIU, HVX FIRST-CLASS ("lii.VK AMI _J
fruit store; also selling canned goods and can- yi
die*; this business is sold at a sacrifice; party ?
has ocher business. For particulars, TAY Loirs. s
1328 X. Y. are. oc22 3t ?
rOIt SALE? FIPTEKN SHARKS STOCK IN EAST <
Washington Savings Hank; make offer, ilox 13. <
Star'office. ocH2-^t* c
FOR 3AL&-QROCKUY AM) MRAT MARKET; F<
central location. with a growing business: rea- t
son for selling, other business; cash sales $1.2iH) i
per month. Address C. S. M.. Star ofece. i
oc21-3t* ?*
WANTED-CAPITAL TO EXPLOIT LHSITIMATK - :
Invention; patented; already lu use. Address
Bm 268, Star office. oc21*3t* ~
GREAT BARGAIN - HOTEL CONTAINING 33 1
rooms; filled with guests; in a fashionable neigh- ?
ih/i uiwu, |??tun mi pv rtnunis, uw iiur icnvuij
city must sell. Room 614, Washington I?an and
Trust building. oc21-3t*
WAXTETV-PABT-5ERj~ESTABLTSHElTB! SIXESS
clearing $300.oo inoutu.y; constant y increasing;
half Interfnt. $1,200.00 428 lltu n.w. oc21-3t#
RETAIL OYSTER BTSI XKSS. ESTABLISHED
sixteen years; profits over $300 per mouth; willsell
at a sacrifice.
oc29-3t* H. K. HANDS. 1910 7th st. n.w.
A CAPABLE AND KXPEK IK MlKI) ~U ISINESS
mail wants to buy iuterest iu u reliable wholesale
produce house. Address "BALL.** Star
office. oc20-3t*
OLD-EST A BL1SIIBI > FAINT SHOP. IN tiOOD
business location. for rent at low price to reliable
party. A hustler can make money Office
room on street. GEO. W. I^INKINS, 800 10th
st. n.w. oc2o-*5t
FOR SALE BI'SINTSS OF OUjTANiTpt fit' I .A K
employment agency, clearing $200 niunthly; gixxl
reasons given for selling; location ideal. Address
DECADE, Star office. oc20-3t*
BOWLING ALLEY; 4 ALLEYS; IN pStFKCT
condition; centrally located; cheap to qul-k pur- ?
chaser. Apply S. J. Bl/ICK, ttOO { ' ?t. o<-20-3t jTj"
GKOCKRY AND MAUKKT STOHK. t'ATEttiNO s
to finest trade; rt>nt, $30; daily Hales. $70; owing rr~.
to aicknes* will sacrifice thin business for
chance seldom offered. NKW YORK Bl'SINKSS r
BHOKKKS. (ill V. ocl9-3t.eSu ]
CONFE(TIONKKY?ONE OP THE BEST ON I'A. TT
ave.: dailj- receipts, $.">0; |>rice. $2,000; best rea ,
sons ior selling. rkw lUKh lJiShNKSS
BROKERS. Gil F. oclO-ttt.eSu
PRINTING OFFICE. MODERN PRESS KS; <'LE A K - - t
ing $100 month: bargain. $.S00. NKW YORK <1
Bl' SI NESS BROKERS. Oil F. oriy.1t.eSu 2
<;r<x:ery northwest?monthly ursiness". f?
$2,500; owner has other business ami is com- i
jailed to sell: price. .*3.000; will invoice price <i
asked. NEW YORK BISINESS BROKERS. Oil ?
F. oellKU.eSu
DAIRY LFNCH CLEARING $250 MONT 11~(DVER I
all exiM?nses or no sale: price, $2..">00. NEW *
YORK BI SINESS BROKERS. Oil F. c
ori>?-3t,emi p7
IU'YS POOL AND BILLIARD ROOM; CI- ?
gars and periodicals in connection; location t
moat prominent street in Washington. This c
business would be cheap at Will in- ~
entorj' more than asked. P.ea?on for selling F<
owners have other business. Particulars. TAY- <
LOR'S. 1328 New York ave. oclT 81
K COMMERCIAL MORAL-THE CONDITIONS 1
which the prospective business man must meet J
mw*A * nn.I.Un,. I- -_._V.II_W 1
uu iuv j/iwuicuji" iic uiuai nine iu lun ruminiau* "
log of a new industrial undertaking. About 20,- 1
000 manufacturing enterprises are started yeariy 1
in U. S. Of this number about 10% are sue
cessfnl. The cause of fallura is aa follows: (I) 1
LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE CONDI ?
TIONS OF THE MAKKET AND COMPETITION.
<2) FAILURE OF THE MARKET <3 1
INCOMPETENT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
We caa adrise you how jrou may a\oid this _(_
TRIPLE DANGER In first instance. Address ir<
(Inclosing *5) CORPORATION COLLEGE. 60 ,
Wall St., New York. *e27-29t i
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO KNUST J
capital and services in educational institution: F<
money invested insured from less. Addresi
CORPORATION COLLEGE. 41 Wall St.. New \
York. se27 29t
WANTED?MEN AND WOMEN TO THY OUR 4
Burbu Gin. for kidney and bladder trouble; prescription
of late Dr. Warner of Baltimore. Sold
only by The Jobu Wedderburn Co.. CIS V St.
se!9-tf.4
" 'IRON WORKS.
PATTERN MAKING AND CARVING: ORNAMENTAL
IKON AND WIRE WORKS.
C. II. 8EERIN. _
52 M ST. N.E. 'PHONE EAST 328. K<
ocI7-90t.4 i
LOST AND FOUND.
One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 times.
LOST?SAT.~~E VE., BETWEEX N. Y. AVE. ;AND
National Theater, lady's neck taffeta ruff edged
In white and long ends. Please return to Louise
Home. Mass. ave. and 15th st. n.w.; receive
reward.
lost-blaok English kktkievkkT~1I\iuTe
collar, Return 110 K n.e.; re< eive reward.
o?22-8t
LOST-OOTORER 11. BETWEEN HAGERSTOWN
and Washington small cameo pin, head on *
cameo, set In plain gold hand; reward. 191S F
st. n.w.
LOST?OH AIN W1I TH 1?ENI).VVT~ SET W1TII ?
pearls and diamond, Snndav afternoon about F
o'clock. Reward if returned to Mrs. BURTON,
911 K st. n.w.
LOST -SATl It 1 >A Y. 0< Tt?RFR 20. ON MARKET
space, 7th or E st. n.w.. about 8:45 p.m.. a
small black purse containing $59.00 or $&).00.
Finder will please return to Star office and get
reward. oc22-3t*
LO ST?S A Tt * RI > A Y MORNING. ON 11 TH ST.
car or vicinity Center Market, small p?cketbtM?k ,
containing $11. Return to 112 2d st. N.e. Re- j,
ward.
LOST- A BR<> W N IRIM i SETTER: ANSWERS
tv nit- uuiut* m riaiiK. ncnaiu 11 reiunmi 10
1432 Pierce place. o<-22-3t* ^
LOST?OCT. 20~NEAR IOWA (IKCLK. \V vTKK c
spaniel: black and white; bushy tail and ioiijj 1
ears. Please address Box 17. Star office. t
LOST. STUAYEU Oil STOLEN?OX Fill: IwTH
instant, from my farm at Silver Spring j. M?V. fc
dark bay horse. 0 years eld. alwr-ut l.luu pounds. c
fifteen and three-quarters hands: little vanii- on I ?
both hind feet. $- "> reward. MOXTGOM KKV
I5LAIK. Corcoran bids. '<oc2? :it*
LOST-OX STHEKrT c~\ItK. THURSDAY! ? K T~ Z
18, about G p.m.. ladies' silver chatelaine watch,
monogram L. A. M. on hack, going from bureau
engraving to ?lst and II n.w.; reward for return
to J. H. TRIMBLE. 1007 G st. n.w.
oc21-3t* ?
LOST?PitII> AY. III'T. 13. OX 31 ST. ABOVE 1*
n ?. n..???...?* ?.ut. ..i
ii.n., * ! irr??ir-ii iminii in-ii, i> u ii mjuarr, iui'Ki
narrow, silver buckle; large Initials K. M. It.
engraved; reward. 3184 I* et. n.w. oc21-3t*
LOST?LOAN AXIJ TKl'ST HANK HOOK. WITH IS
cash. Reward. Address Box 254, Star office. r
oc20-3t* ?
LOST?SILK IMKOELLA. ON TIHRSDAY;
gold covered knob handle, with initials S. A.
I*.; suitable reward for Its return to No. 2112 F<
Mass. ave. n.w. oc20-3t* i
LOST ? BREASTPIN. 5 - STONE DIAMONDS. T7.
and pair solitaire earrings. Saturday afternoon on **'
way from Washington Safe Deposit Co. to Shore- J
ham Hotel. A large reward will be i aid for their -J
recovery and no questions asked. Imjnire oflU e.
Hotel Shoreban). ocl8-10i*
PERSONAL."
* !!??>*. It..fiOr. at.?1.20. t wk . J2.32. I mo.. IT N j^
voir niMiTiivi v 4'iV i A ? v MAvrv ?r?.? **>**? vvi
XXJX.I ? '! V?.^ I- ? i\r I 11 CM " "
government after we finish paying yon such an J*
enormous xum for men's worn garments. hats. 00
shoes, shirts; call before or after office hours. 1)0
JUSTU S OU> STAND, Gib D. or22-tf-5
BIO MONEY PAID FOR DESIRABLE FURS I- fa'
ture. carpets, office furniture an<l household a".
goods of ali kinds; con ten is especially. D.
NOTES. 623 I-oaisiana ave. TMione M. 3006. V*
ocl6-SOt,4 LI
nAom. ? ?:
THE RENOWNED EGYPTIAN PALMIST ASI) t,
PSYCHIC. '
In li!? r< ."(lines lie will not onlv tell you tli#
prrsent ciriuniatanceB and condition; In yotif
life. bnt Win also advise yea correctly and con- V
QdeutU.ly on every PUbJect of lutereat to yoa.
be It -ovniarrlage, business or speculation.
Studio. 1622 Q St. n.w. 'Plump North 1130 K.
Hours frci > 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. oclO tf-lO
A HANDSOMH CCP AND SAUCElt WITH EACH ('?
15c. package of Moyehoa tea. With onr 25c. tto
Mocba and Java coffee, a handsome tea set. at
WASH. COFFEK CO.. 1337 7th n.w. oc3-M)t,4
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE AGENCY. fc.,.TR~22T Pn
COLORADO BUILDING. 14th and G; pboo- ?
Main 2525. Expert Investigations, any cause, ^
all sections. Strictly confidential. (For iiigiit
service 'phone residence. North 4343.) oc2-30i* )* *
It . for
I AM THE O.NLY MAN THAT PAYS THE HIGH- ,t\e
est cash price for gentlemen's cast-off clothing far
R. GOLDSTEIN. 033 D st. n.w. Drop postal aud tr?
I will call. ocl-t*or.4 ^
CONSl'LT Mbl BKFORE YOl' SELL. I PAY }?.n
highest cash prices for ladles' and cents' worn
garments o? any description. S. GOLDBERG. '
<i27 D st. n.w. Drop postal: will call. se2U-3m_ ^to
FOBTRENf?HAIiS
Folt RKVF~? ''CONK KDK KATE VKTERAN3- S'"
Hall." 1410 11 st. n.w., tirst floor, f? r meeting*.
dances or other high-class purposes; terms mod- notl
erate. TUOS. IV. UUXGEBFOKD. C17 14th at.
?e2* 30t
. ? are
FOR RENT-MUSIC II ALL (CAPACITY 23" >- i?la
Fine hall at 1502 14th st. n.w.. for sr?l?*ct con- EL
certs, entertainments, halls, dancing or music otf
classes, lodge, society or social meetings, h:.n- ?
qoets. etc. SPECIAL LOW RATES for morning
or afternoon music classes. For terms apply tc
mmI?.am SL T. S1IITH. 211 Colotad.. t?.le. ~~t
FOR RENT?STABLES. ???'
Mr
FOR RENT-ON WASHINGTON H RIGHTS. at
rear 1917 Kalorama are. n.w.; stable room for 4 of
horses, 2 fine box stalls, or would rent for a Ell
garage; rent'. $25.00. <Jtv
STONE A HA1RFAX, 1942 New York mwt. pit
- u*i
FOB SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
cent & word each time for words 3 ilmea.
?K S.\LK-R')UrTOP IMBNC, TTrKWRITKB
lesk. copying press and chain*. 1'iUti ?7th at.
i.wt. oe22 .It*
>U SALE WHO WANTS API HSKT A C<M)D
>ur*e cheap; our own manufacture; l*at*er or
civet nurars. 10c. {MMtpaid. A K KKXN,
lm?teraani. N. Y.
>K SVl.K MIMICAL KmJHvriox krfk"
leautiful upright piano*; $1U0 rvlnoll^; fix
noTitha vocal or piano tc**on*: pa>m'?nt?;
[Jalvr tirand. $150; u* d upi-ljriit, #1?H>. liKOKGK
/AWHK.NVK, s?24 Mh, exi>ert riming.
vi SA L K JMKK Wl U GHTLT tf*KI> PI AN 5
hat have Iteeii put In thorough tepalr to
lo>f?d ouf to iiiii'k luir<?f? ?t ..
>rlct*s?. 1400 & Sons $!.??; $4o> .<ti fr.
1175; $330 <^cn. $2?h?; #5?*? Hohiupr.
t4?H> $iio::lnge{, $2.M; $4o > Hardman. $:? *?
i'w & Sou.*, ami $4?.X) SoiHuvr. (^75. s?>ni?
[uoi Mpiart'a at $15 to $fio. Ka*> *ym*nt .
>. J. DKMD2J, & CO.. 12a>. 1231. 1Z& an : 1237
> at. MB tf
rrr 8ALF. MAUMPICENT $.*I0~< >|{< HKSTRAZ
Tarwl m&iiorany upright piano; lady lravliu city;
acriftoe; canli. \'2l IMh
>K S.ui-1 SMAUTIKON SAFK. $?; I .<H?>W
ase. $3. and 1 Jewrlw's BoUnhlni; lath^. $15.
\in br *e*o at J. J. GOl!LD'S, 421 tfth at. n.w.
icza-CT"
>K SALK-rOMri.KTK KNCYfLOPKIH A BRIannlea.
edition IffcKi; ilwt a lH?a?itlful aaaorturt:it
of nalm* and ferns for decorative |?urW?.
CiH at No IIIQ Bill at. n.tr. oc21-3t*
?R SALK MOP sl!>K < $3.96; FINS
ocker.H. hoa;tn? stove: eaah or credit. KKI>UO.MJ
S. 313 7th at. n.w. ocll 2l
>R 8AI*E O LI V lull TYPKWKrTKR; KXrF.U
ent condition; cheap far cash. 64VS Mum ave.
?.w. or21 -ST
>H SALE iSrt.ono HARD. HAM) MAliK
l>rlck; all building lumber. 4V* t>etween r and l>
It*. ?.w. JOHN KANE. oc2l-3t*
IR IAU?U 1XMOMK IRON BIDS. BI'KKAl ?
vashntands and other household effect a. Wlti 12th
?t. n.v. oc21-3t*
Vk SiJ,K A FIUST-C LASH IIAK ASH RRSatirant
on prominent corner in Baltimore. Apply
o the B. B. 1\ CO., 712 13th at. u w.
>c2 l-.1l*
Ml S AU : OONTtYK 22 ROOMS: ?*! 11 l< K K
ng upright piano, $100; bedroom suite* $H;
olding tori*. $M; parlor suite. $1??; mirror*, inotaii
eds, wardrobes. bureaus, dining and other furilture.
carpet*. ru*a. radiators. roll-top dc?k*.
HACKIFiCK IlKl'AUTrKK. 42S lltU ?t. u.w.
>ctl It*
R SALB OFFICIAL SOUVENIR POST (UKOf
f St. Alhahs: 1<) assorted view*; 115 cent*; p.?*t
arda of 2; 11 kinds; souvenirs. 1SKAK1/S I'iV^T
\V1U> HillH'( SOo Vermont ave., opp. ArlI
Intel. w2Utf
IK SAI.K?rrKI?iliT PIANO. IN FIUST rl. \SS
ouditlon: f??r M*h- t?rm? \t i'm.l
Co. 23 Quincy it n.e. orSUKlt*
iR SALK FV!4i I>HR8S COAT AX 1? VKST;
Ire 34; new; $lo. 2"*<\ K;ii..rnmn ave < J 1 U
H S.\ LB 8TBKL BLITK SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
ing; in pawn for rost $70?>- will sH.rltW
icket for <':ish, nothing to ?Mjual It. A?l<lp*M
SUr tito or?)-St?
>K SALE 20CMMMI KEKT GEORGIA PINK
locking, H\S. 10x10, 12x12, 4 to It) f^et long;
ilso I<M?.?><m) f????t IudiImt, nnd ?*mh? (hmImt p?M?t*,
nd 2.om> loads of oak ami pine llrew??o?l. in qualifies
t?> au't. Inquire of ?>. M. BUY A NT. Warier
building, or A. \V. KINTZ. at *tor?? yard,
% 1. Bt OC30 MP
?K SAI.K TVl'KWltlTKlLS UKMINC.TON. AL- V
uost ih?\v, $50; I inter wood, only few t!!.?nth?
M. Good machines hk low hh $17. N. M. \1IN!1X
Of?.. 1411 <; it. Ot SO St -Su
HI SALE ? HANDSOME rOUMNti BKI?.
'rench mirrors renter nn?l Bide; suitable for au
ipartmcut. Address M. A. 11., Star office.
<ant*
I BALI TYPKWKITKII. SMITH PftKMIKB^
over mill stand; $25 if taken at ouee. Call l?eween
4:30 and 6 y.m.. Flat ."I. 1340 Kye.
K*lS-5t
)K SAI.K 1 SItOW CAHlT 343 l'A AVIS. sH
w20-.1t
)U SALK FINE I'PRIGUT PI4NOH, ( HKAl*.
Iy prired. Splendid bargalus. Cash or uwnihly
rayiueuta.
Kranich & Bach upright; wan $45<*. Now.. |35?>
tvranlch Ac Bach upright: wan $?V*? Now...1375
Isrdman upright grand; w hh $55<?. Now $2?%?
*tultx & Hauer up. grand; hh* S450. Now. .$275
'Ine upright; was $:< "?<>. Now only I25?i
'iue upright; was $:** . Now ouly $2oo
?'lne upright; wan $300. Now only $185
'iue upright; was $:VK). Now only $16o
OIUMBS* PIANO STORKS. 1212 F at.
>e20-tf
)U SAI JO ~ A B A It' ;aTn - <2It AND Sgl ARK
>!ano. Htool and cover; in perfect condition; aultible
for dwelling. hall or school; only $ft.Y Ap
!y l?". Scat.vii Rt. n.w. lltTfttt*
) RESALE?
IMatios. I>et us ahow you the fiueat piano In
I he world for $300. Ternit $10 ca?h. and $.?
?cr mouth. One Decker 15roa. I'plight, $IH5;
oat $700.
HUGO WORCH, 023 V at. Blaaiua Pianoa.
R'oreh Piauoa. liauH:u? Tuninc and Rei?airi:i:r.
K-'IS-tfS
>UTSALE?KEYS; WE CALL AND MAKf KEYS
my where in the city for 25c.; prompt wrvk*;
lertric bell*, burglar alarm* ami elwlric tcaa
igbtiug our specialty. liKOl* POSTAL or 'phone
s'orth 2o70. PERCY S. ANGLE & CO.. 11*22
4tb at. u.w. o>*15 tf
>K SaTx -SKCONb-HAMl rPItlUlIT PIANOS
it low prices-Stleff. Sielnway. Knabe. Flaher,
ibaw, Kohler & Campbell Marshall & Wendell,
^bickering. Voso, etc., etr. Tbe?? Instruments
ire all fully guaranteed ami must l?e sobl to
uake room for our fall stork. &piart pianos,
n thorough repair. $25 to $100. All on easy *
erms if deaireu.
CIIAS. M. ST1EPF. Piano Manufacturer
>21 lltli at. n.w. J. C. CONLIFF. Manager.
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)R SALE I HAVE TWO MAHOGANY 1SEI>steads.
II. I>. ELLINGTON. Smith field. N.C.
r?cl l-14t
>U SALE?
PIUNTED ENVELOPES, business sire, hest
vork. 1.000. $1.45. HAYlVOitTU PUBLISHING
rltJPSE. 512 8th st. n.w. Ml-lm-4
)R SALE?CASH REGISTERS.
NEW NATIONALS FROM $23 UP. UALL5VOOD
REGISTERS AT A SACRIFICE. SEVERAL
SLIGHTLY I'SED NATIONALS. FULLY
GUARANTEED. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS
AND ON EASY PAYMENTS. \VK SKLI. SECOND-HAND
CASH REGISTERS OF ALL KINDS
JIIKAPKR ANI) IN BETTER CONDITION THAN
ANY DEALER.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO..
)cl-3Ut CI7 UTH ST. N.W.
5R SALE?1.000 SECOND HAND AND NEW
lieatinp and cooking stoves, of every description,
from $1.50 Dp. SMTZKK A LAPOKTK. 1131
rth n.w . - se27 33t
)U SALE -BIGGEST PIANO HA KG A INS KVE!?
iffe red. New upright pianos from $123 upward;
warranted 10 jra. Uy small ?x{iens?*a enat'lp m?
o sell 50% cheaper. F. W. IIELBIG, 17-12 Tib sr.
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US SALE ? GO-CARTS. $1.30; SANITARY
ouches. $2.2>8: parlor and LmhI room suite. $1 per
veek; stone water pitchers. 10c.; slop Jars, bait
inntilpa Sue. KKDMON. Ill 1 Ttii Mt. n ur.
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)r sale?good quality opaquk shades.
jttcd to your windows, only 25c.; the beat quaity
oil opaque shades. 50c.. hung free. will call
titli sample*. klekllatt's. 11th a ii sts. n.e. *
my20-tf
watches and optics.
r $.v> h-kt. col.l) watch.
$7.50 chain ani) l.wkkt $4.7,"..
$2..-k) tsoi.n simun15 (si. a asks. $1
atxhlkti ajin. 718 7th st. n \v . but g 4 h.
<-12-hot.?
~for rent?warehouses.
)k ltkn't stokaiik waukiiulsl. ai'i'la'
t.akk. uavemtillt & ("(?.. il'lh nml i' et?.
n21-tf
jit itknt-tiso it st. n.w.. two lakhf tp>er
goors. suitable for along* or llghi manufacuriug.
inquire on preaii-e*. oclm2t.eiiu
proposals.
ines, lt.,g0c. 3t.$1.20. 1 wk . $2.52. lino.$7.20.
1ffick of si'pttt 8tatk, war ami navy
rnt. hai.dlng of*tol?er 22. ?sealed pm^:!1
b? received at tbia o!mc<? iizrttl 2 p.m. xjtn.br
1w>g. for furnishing one wrought wa-t 'r tul??
iler of about one hundivd and eighty (lh^i hor*ewer.
together with all fitrhig:* compl^t'* and
id> for erect o:i in one of the bo!l*r roo ns of
is 1 ullding. the m?rvice* of aj-eredor will be
rniahed by the contractor, but all common labor
d ell fonndat'oaf and tirick wori ?r- to l?e sui?
,e<l by this office. AH trailtbl* InforflM tlon will
furnished on application. J. If. POOLE, F*!rU
eoteuant. Corjw of Engineers, lT. S. A.. .v"u;?ttsndetit.
" ?* 22/24/26 Jt
IEFORM SCHOOL FOH CIKI-S (7p" flI IE I>IStltT
OF COLCMKIA.?Scaled proposa Is will be
*lred at the superintendent's office, at the Keforru y
iiool for <JirU of the District of Columbia, on the 9
nduit rn*d wear the District of Columbia h.>anry
line, until Thursday, the 2.Mh day of October.
*5. at J J o'clock in., and then ojwned. for the
ictlou and completion of a two story brick build
: to be l??catc(i on the grounds of said Reform
tool, on the Conduit road ne:ir the District of ^
lurnbia boundary line. The plana and specificans
for salu bnlldltttf may l>e seen and esamln^J
the office of Wycth & Cresson. No. 1517 11 street
-thweat. Washington, I>. C. The right to reject
and all proj>osals 1* reserved. CHAP2X I'.ROWN.
rsldent. f'^ ard of Trustees cclS 12t
irriCE OF TIIK CONSTRl CTINCi Ol FlCKlt
the C. S. Soldlera* Home. (p. O. Bos 4.VJ >
Lahiagtun. D. .. Sept. 1. 190C. Sealed proposals
furnishing plant. labor ami materials ami con*
tely ere'tin? and fnhthim: a tire-proof. raarbieed
niofw hall and dormitory NildlnK r.t the
Ited States Soldiers' Home at Washington. I>.
will in? received at this oSi<-e uiuii '2 u'ckx-ss
i. Octol*?r 23. 1JKKI. and then putlirlj opened.
Is will be received upon each separate Hera of
rk. such as millwork. Joinery, furnishing of cut
ue. etc.. but alt?rnatl\e litis will also I*?
eived for furnishing all lal*?r ?siid materials ler
one contract. Coufracls for h?aiinz?
mbiug an! electrical wiring ore already let.
M*fflratioii?. Itlmik f-.?rms and all available infortlou
will be furnished on amplication to this ofA
deposit of twenty-five dollar* will be
nired for drawing* aiul specifications for each
>arate item of the contract for which drawinirs
-required. This will 1 #e returned BMI return of
nu and ?peci flea tlons. JOHN STEPHEN SE*.VL.
Captain, Corps of Eu?in?fcers. Con-*tru'*tin5
irer. aelO.IT.2l.ocl.*. 15.22
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
OFFICIAL.) ? DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
istiicgtan, D. C.. October 19. 1306.?Informs n
has been received at this department frJin
. Alt>ert dp Haer. American vice consul c-ueral
Mexico City. Mexico, of the death on the Mt:?
August. tt06. at Mexico City, Mexico, of M-iry
lxab?tii Onny. The l"?al representatives of the *
?eaued can obtain further Information by ?p- >
ir^c f> thU department. Per dlacaich X* 81,
C*to?ier 4. 1W*.
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