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WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1906-TWENTY PAGES.
THE EVENING STAR
WITH SUNDAY MORNING EDITION.
Iliiniii Office, 11th B'-rwt tad P?nn?yl7?ei? Arena*.
The Evening Star Newspaper Company.
THEODORE W NOTES, Preiidect.
Kew York Off.ee: ribune Boi'ding
Chitigo Office: fir?t Kttiontl Bich Striding.
Tfie Rri-n'rn Sttr, with the G-nday morn'tye wit*
non, Is delivered bj carrier#. on their own account.
Mthin trip city at JSC eenta per month; without ta?
undaj morning edition at 44 cents per month.
Bv n.ofl. pr*tarc prepaM:
Pally, Sunday inclnoed, one month, CO c^cts.
Dally. Sunday excepted, one month, 50 cento
Saturday Star, ore year, $1.00.
Sunday Star, ore year. $1.50.
RAILROADS.
pipigraM
' J2i^[email protected]?
Station Corner 6th and
B Streets.
7.BO A.M. da!!;. PITTSBURGH EXPRESS AND
CHICAGO SPECIAL.?Parlor and Dining Can
Harr!sburg to Pittsburgh. Counects for Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, I/>n'sTille and St. Lxmls.
Buffet Parlor Car to IlarrUburg.
10.50 A.M. dally. MAIN LINE EXPRESS.-Pull.
man Buffet Parlor Car to HarrUburg. Parlor
Car Ilarrlsburg to Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
Railroad Dining Car Ilarrlsburg to Altoon?.
12.01 P.M. dally. TIIK PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.?Pullman
Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and
Observation Oirs from Ilarrlsbmg. For Chicago,
Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit. Cincinnati, Indianapolis
and St. Louis. Buffet Parlor Car to ilarrlsburg.
2.00 P.M. dally. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.-SleopIng,
Dining, Smoking and Observation Cars from
Ilarrlsburg. For Indianapolis. Louisville and St.
Louis. Buffet Parlor Car to Ilarrlshurg.
*.40 P.M. dally. PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL (19
hours to Chicago).?Pullman Sleeping, Dining.
Smoking and Observation Ours from Harrlsburg
to Chicago. Sleeping ear Harrishorg.
8.?i P.M. dally. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS.?Sleepfng Cars Washington to St. Louis.
6!cepl:.g ar.d Dining Cars Harrtsburg to Chicago,
InJlar.hioli?, St. Louis and Nashville (via Cincinnati
an ! Louisville). Sloping Car to Uarrl*borg.
6 40 P.M. dally. CHICAGO LIMITED.?Sloping
Car Washington to Chl.ajro nnrl Cleveland.
I'vnnitjlvanla Railroad Cafo Car Baltimore to
llarrlaburg. Sleeping. Smoking. Dining and Obnervation
Cam from Haril?burg. For Chicago
and Cleveland.
7.15 P.M. da 11 j. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS?Pullman
Sleeping Car llarrlaburg to St. Loala and
Cincinnati.
7.40 P.M. daIIj. WESTERN EXPRESS.?Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburgh and Chicago. Dlrlng
Car to Chicago.
T.40 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington
to Harrisbuig aud liarrisbdrg to Cleveland,
Barbertou and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10.40 P.M. dally. PITTSBURGH SPECIAL.?
Pullman Sleeping Car t? Pittsburgh. Dining Car
A!hx?na to Pittsburgh.
10.40 P.M. daily. PACIFIC EXPRESS.-Pnllman
Sleeping Car to llarrlsburg and Iiarrtsburg to
Pittsburgh. Connects for Cleveland and Toledo.
T.50 A.M. dnlly. BUFFAIX) DAY EXPRESS,
with through Buffet Parlor Car and Coaches to
Buffalo* via Emporium Junction.
7.60 A.M. for Erie dally. Canandaigua, Rochester
and Ni.igara Fall# dally, except Sunday.
10.SO A.M. far Reiiovo dally, and Elmlra weekdays.
For Wllllamsport daily, 3.40 P.M.
7.15 P.M. dally. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRESS,
with through Sleeping Car end Coaches to Buffalo.
via Emporium Junction.
7.40 I'M. dnlly for Erie. Iioohestpp Pnffnln. i?n?4
Niagara Fulls, witli Sleeping Car Washing-ton to
Rochester.
1? . I? P.M. d&!]r for Erie. Can-iada'sna, Rochester,
Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
For Plhisladelplhla, New
York and tihe East.
4.00 P.M. CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." for
New York only, daily. All Potior C?rj. Dining
Car.
Ex! r S* fl.Rft- *10 on fVotT Vnrfc Anilr\ *.?
111.00 A.M.. 112.35, ?3.00, 14.45. 8.50 anil 10.00
P.M. 12.30 clgtit. On Sundays. JS.50, }11.00
A M.. 12.01, J3.00. 14.43. 0.30 and 10.00 P.M.,
12.30 night.
For Philadelphia only. Eipro?g. 7.40. 10.00 A.M..
12.''1 P.M. week-days; 2.00, 3.15. 4.00. J5.33 and
6.40 P M. doily; 0.53 A.M. Sundays.
For Boston, wlihont change. 7.40 A.M. week-days
ard 1V33 P.M. dally.
For Baltimore. 5 00. 015. 6.55. 7.40,. 7 50. 8.90.
10.00. 10 SC. 11.00 A.M.. 12.01, 12.35. " 13,
8.00. 3.00. 3 15. 3.40.4.0014 00 Umlfd). 4.20. 4 43
4.48. 5.33. 5.40, 6.10. 6.50, 7.15. 7.40. 10.00.
10.4-1 11.35 P.M.. end 12 30 night week-days.
On Sundays, 6.33. 7.30. S.50. B.20. 10.50, 11.00
A M . J2.?H. 1.15. IT. 00, 3.00. 3.13, s.40. 4.00
(4.00 Limited). 4.2?> 4.4V 5.35. 5.40. 6 10. 6 50.
7.15, 7.40. 10.00 IO.40 P.M.. and 12.30 nig^it.
For Annapolis, 7 40 A.M.. 12.35. 4.20 and 5.40
P.M. week-days. Sundays, 8.50 A.M. and 5.40
P.M.
For Pope's Cre^k Line. 7.50 A.M. and 4.48 P.M.
week days; 0.20 A.M. Sundays.
T! ket offices. comer Fifteenth and O streets
and at tl:e station. Sixth and B streets, where
ordor* can l>e left for the checking of hasgtge to
destination from hotels and residences.
Telephone call "flaln 3730" for Pe-nnsylranla
Railroad Cab Service.
tOlnlnff Oar.
w. w. ATTFTlP.t HY. J. R. WOOD.
General Manner. Pas^r Trafflo Manager.
GEO. W. BOYD.
General Passenger Ag ntiiiTEiTiMii
N. 1*. Following sclh-dulc fxoro? published otl/
a? information. end are not guaranteed.
7:.'t5 a in. I'aily. I/J.-al for Harrisonburg, War*
rentoji. Da:ivliie Hnd nuy stations.
10:51 a.m. Pally. Washington a.id Florida Limited.
rhroagh coaches ?t:>sJ sleepers to ColnmMtf
Savannah and Jackson*.lie. Dining car "ervl-.-e.
11.15 a.m. Dallj. United States Fait Mall.
F i*'. ''ls#i coa?*l>< a and aletter to New Oriea&ft.
iJi: \\ < car service.
4:<>i p.m. Week Days. Lt cal for Harrisonburg
> ,\ a . atatio f on Manaasaa branch.
4..*.? r.ni l?aily. lx**sl fo- Warren ton. Chariot
!<" % il'e and Intermediate stations.
? 7 ::o j ,n? I>all\. N w Vork -nl Atlanta Express.
. !.v< i'n:i f*li tti Atlanta tiWuor t r> P.ilnmhna
(ia.: Su.s.-*t tourist *l?'*?i>er Washington to 5>aa
ir.c vo M i.\\?*dDPsd;?>i ami Fridays.
j: p. 111. Daily New \ork and I'lor.d.i hxpre?s.
1..: i 1 < imbia. StTtft*
rah mi. 1 Jm' k.?u>:i\ i!le. Meepers to Augusta and
i'ort Tampa. Dining car servlt*.
lo:??0 p ui. r>aliy. New York and Memphis Limited
i \ In I ynch* -irg? Firs.t-class -oach and s!eenera
to KoaL"ke. Kmxvllle, Chattauooga and Memphis;
fleeter t.? Hl-u.Vnbarn and New Orleans, D.nicg
car K'rvltv
1?;45 p m. Daily. Washington and Southwestern
LI. died. All i'ullman train; observation car to
Atlanta and Ma.on, club car to Atlanta, sleeperf
to Na>^vlllc. Atlanta. Mac?>n. Birmingham ac4
Kew Orleans Dining car service.
TRAINS ON BLl I MONT BUANOH.
I.cave Washington JvlO a.m., 1 liO, 4:45, 5:03
p.ui. week days ft?r Biucmont: 0:28 p.m. week
days for Leesbnrg only. On Sunday leave Washington
I'.IO a.m.. .Vi*5 p m.. f??r Bluemont.
Through tra n? from ttie south arrive Washington
6 4-. ' N2. !' 60. 11:05 a.m.. 9:.K> and 0:50
p.in. daily. Uarri??uburff. 11 to a.m., week days
and i*:2o p.m. daily. From Charlottesville 8:10
a.m.; from Lynchburg and Charlottesville, U:20
p.m. dully.
Ticket offices. 705 16th st., 511 Pa. ave. an1
Pennsylvania Mation.
U It 8PENCKR (i.M ?. II. HARDWICK. P.T M
W. H. TAYLOE. U. P. A. L. S. BUOWV. O. A.
Seaboard Air Line Railway
TICKET OFFICE. 1421 Pfc.VNA. AVE
For Petersburg Knicigb. Wilmington, Columbia,
Favannah. Jacksonville. Tampa. Alltnta. BirmlLgbarn.
Mobile, reoiacola and New Orleans.
10:00 A.M. DAILY ? Seab? ard Mall ? Through
rullipan Sleeper to Jacksonville. Fla.; also through
Sleeper Washington to Birmingham. Ala. Cafe D n
ing Car Washington to Hamlet. N. C.
0:25 P.M. DAILY?Seaboard Express? Solid train
to Jacksonville and Tami>a, with Pullman 81eei?era.
Tbn>ug!. MjiPM to .Atlanta. Birmingham auj ammftkia.
cafe LKnlug Car.
RAILROADS.
Baltimore and Ohio R. R.
LEAVE! STATION. New Jeney are. arU C ?t
ROY A I, HI.IF- LINE
"E\ERY OTI1KR IIOIR ON THE ODI> HOCK"
TO PHILAKKIPUIA AND NEW YOHK.
NEW TERMINAL. 3D ST.. NEW YORK.
7.00 ?.m. Illwr. Cullman Parlor.
1P.00 ii.ni. Huffet. Parlor. (1 Hr. Train.
jl-.OO a in. I'lm'r and Pullman Parlor Car.
til.00 ?..in. li|n<T and Pu'ltnan Paricr Car.
1.00 p.m. Liner and Pullman Parlor Car.
3.00 p.m. "Rrj-al Limited." All Pullman
14.00 p.m. Coarliea to Philadelphia.
S.00 p.in. I'lncr and Pullman Parlor.
t oo p.m. Coaciiei tu PliiladelphU.
11.30 p.in. Sleepera.
2.57 n.in. Sleeprra.
ATLANTIC CITY. 2.57. *7.00. *9.00. tll.00 a.m..
1.00. *3.00. tS.OO p.m.
"EVERY not'P. ON THE HOCR"
<We?k dav?. 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.)
TO BALTIMORE. WITH PULLMAN SERVICE.
Week do.vs 2,r.T, n.OO. 6.30. T.OO. 7.20. P.00. 1.30.
?.00. 9.30, 10.00, 11.00 a.m., 12.00 noon. 12.05.
1.00. 2.00. 3.0(1. 4.00. 4.1.-.. 5.00. 5li3. n.30. 0.00.
U.30. 7.00, P.W. 1U.OO, ]'I.:15, 11.3U. 11.09 p.m.
Sumlnvs. 2.37, 7.00. 7.10 S.30. 3.00. 10.00. 11.00
.nr.. 1.00. 1.15. 8.00. 3.30. 6.00. 5.30, 6.30. 8.d0.
10.0-J, 10.35, 11.30, 11.35 p.m.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO & XOKTHWEST. *11.00 ?.o.. *5.S0
CINCINNATI. ST. I.OI'IS and L00IS7ILt.B. I
10.0: a.m.. *4.0.-) p.m.. *12.45 nl*bt.
I'lTTSni'RCi. ?11.00 a.m.. 9,10 p.m.. *12.40 n*t. 1
CI.EVEI.AND. *9.10 p.o. COLI'MHtJS. *0.30 p-ra. '
WHEELING. lO.O.T b id.. *5.30 p.ui. <
WINCHESTER. S.35 a.r.i.. 14.0,1. t.VOC P.O.
ANNAPOLIS, iTOok days. S.OO n.m.. 12.05 nion.
4.45 ami 0 00 p.m. Sundays, S.30 a.m. aud 5.30
P M RAY ANH EI.KTON. *4.05 p m.
FREDERICK. tS.35. 19.15. 110.05. tll.00 ?.0..
|1.15 f4.05. t5.30 p.m.
ITAGERSTOWN. ilO.05 a.m. and t5.00 p.o.
BOYD and wav points. t8.35. J9.15 a.m.. 11.13.
ts.oo tr. 3.%. no lo, tn -io p.m.
GAITITKRSBt'RG and way print*. tH-.U. 19.10
a.rt.. t12.50. HI.15. t3.30. *5.05. 15.35. t8.50. 17.35.
110.1.". til.30 p.m.
WASHINGTON JI NCTION and way nolnti, {8.35,
JO.>r. a.m.. {1.15. t-5.00. +5.30 p.m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday. IStimlay only.
Riservatlon of Slreplnc or Parlor Cnr apace,
rate* of fare. etc.. will be qnlcklv famished BY
TELEPHONE at all of the fn1k>wl.i? Ticket Office*:
1117 G st. n.w.. Telephone Mii'n 1591; CI9
Pennsylvania ave.. Telephone Main 278. Station,
New Jersey ave. ana u *i.?ncxec umce. inv
phone East 667. Information Bureau. East 724. 1
mhf-tf-64
Chesapeake <& Ohio Ry.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY I. 190#.
C.00 I' M.-OI.I) DOMINION EXPRESS. <Ja1!r.?
S(i'P< at principal polnta In Vlrplnla and writ
Virginia. Vpatiliule train; atandard eoaehM.
parlor cars to Virginia Hot Rprlnca and Ron"errrtc.
Pnllman aleepera Illnton to LonlsTllIr,
Slnclnnatl, Indianapolis. St. Lon.'a and Cbloazo:
Itilng cara. a la carte serrlce.
4:30 I' M ?NEW C. & O. LIMITED, daily.?Fast
npw Tpfltihnlp train: atonn on 1 v at Gorriona.
Tire. Charlottesville Staunton. Cllftcn Forg?
and Covington. Va.; White Sulphur, Roncevsrts
and Illnton, W. Va.: Pullman sleeper* to Lexington.
Louisville. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. bt.
Lonla and Chicago. Dining can, la carte ner?lce.
One night out.
11:10 P.M. ?F. P. V. LIMITED, dally.?Solid
vestibule train. Pullman sleepera to Cincinnati,
Lexington and Louisville. Compartment
sleeping car to Virginia Hot Fprlngs weekday
a. Dining care, a la carte scrvlce. Sleepera
Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis and
Louisville to Memphis, Nashville and soutb- I
west.
Reservation* and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohla
Offlcea. 513 Pennsylvania avenue; 009 14tli street, 1
near F, and Sixth Street Sta?'on. Telephone Main
3730 for Pennsylvania R. It. Oab Service, and Main
100C for C. A O T'cket OBIce. I
^TLANTBCQOAST L|NE
Effective May 27. 1900.
Notice.?Theae departures are given as Informstlon.
as well as connections with other companies,
but arrivnls and connections are not guaranteed.
4:30 o.m. dally?Sleeping Car New York to Jack*
AVEM K NORTHWEST, AND PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD STATION. ,
GEO. P. JAMES,
Dlitrlrt rasiW'npw Apent. Washington, D. 0.
T. C. WHITE, Ofn. Pas?. Agent.
W. .1. CRAIG,
I'asR Trntnc Mgr.. Wilmington, N. O.
" OCEAN TRAVEL.
m
EGYPT&THEN1LE
EXPRESS SAILINGS
WEEKLY FROM
ITALY TO EGYPT,
BY THE LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED
S. S. OCEANA
SI PEItn SERVICE FOR TRIPS
ON THE NILE DY THE
j HAMBURG & ANGLO-AMERICAN
NILE CO.
. - ..n < tro^n > V?T? OnnirirtT?f? mrt mTTT*
Ai.sii rni Anu or.n>iiE.o iu iiirj
ORIENT, WEST INDIES.
JAMAICA, ITALY,
MEDITERRANEAN & ADRIATIC.
TOURIST BUREAU.
HA MBl'RG-AMERICAN LINE,
35 AND 37 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
E. K. I'rcop & Sous, 025 Fa. Ave.
CUNAR DL1NE.
FROM PIERS 61-52. NORTH RIVER.
TO LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEBK8TOWN.
Lncanla... .Oct. 27, nooni Campania.. Nov. 10, noon
Vmlria... .Nov. 3. 7 ana Carmanla...Nov. 17, 0 lim
Caronla. .. .Nov. 0. 9 amjLncanla. . .Nov. 24, noon
GIBRALTAR. GENOA. NAPLES. ADRIATIC.
New Modern Twin-screw Steamers.
PANNONIA Oct. 80, noon; Mar. 12. Apr. 30
I'lIJDlTIIU 07 9 rt m Mar *>f\ Mow U
RLAVONlA Dec. 4, 10 a.m.; Apr. 9, May 28
CAROM A Jan. 5. Feb. 19
Vernon 11. Brown, Gen'l Agent, 21 24 State Bt., N.Y.
Opposite the Battery. I
Or 120 State 8t., Boston, Mass.
G. W. MOSS, Agent, 1411 G st. n.w., Washington.
selO-lyr.pSu.2U
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
Kronprint. .Oct. 27. noon'Kronprlnz.. Dec. 15, 2 pra
Kaiser. .. .Nov. fl. 10 am'K. Wm. II Jan. 8
K.Win. 11.Nov. 20, 0 am Kronprlnz Jan. 22
Kaiser. .. .L>ec. 4, 10 am K. Wm. II. . Feb. 12
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
Chemnitz. Oct. 25, 10 am Fried rich. .Nov. 22, 10 am
1 rave... .Nov. 1, 10 am:*Ma!n.. .Nov. 27, 10 am
15ranti'jf...Nov. 8, 10 am ('hemnltz.Dec. 0, 10 am
Bremen..Nov. 13, 10 am, lihein. .Dec. 11, 10 am
Bremen direct.
\I pilitrrrnnpnn ^pruirp
G 1B HALT A R ?N APLES?G KNO A.
I\. Lulse..Oct. 27. 11 am K. Albert..Jan. 12, 11 am
K. Albert..Nov. 10. 11 am 1*. Irene....Jan. 19, 11 am
I*. Irene. ...Dec. 1, 11 am.?Kaiser. .Jan. 2(1, 11 am
l\. I.uise. ..Deo. 8. 11 am Nerkar. .Feb. 2, 11 am
tOnilts Gibraltar. Omits Genoa.
From Bremen Piers, .'Id and 4ih nts., Iloboken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD TRAVELERS' CHECKS
CSOOD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. r?. BROADWAY, N. Y.
E F. DROOP SONS CO., 025 PEN*NA. AVE.
fe3 312t,eSu
FRENCH LENE.
COM FAG NIK GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUB.
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton ?t..!9.Y.
La Savoie Oct. 2T>]*La Lorraine Nov. 8
La Gascogne Oct. 27 La Brctagne Nov. 10
La Provence Nov. lj#La Touraine... .Nov. 15
Twin-screw steamers.
GEO ROB W. MOSS.
1411 Q ST. N.W.
mni-iKxn
Ham!l>,jrg=Americaii Lime.
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG-HAMBURG.
^nerika Oct. 25jRlupcher . ..N'>v. 1
Pretoria Oct. 27i Waldersee Nov. 8
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIUKAI.TAH -NAl'I.ES-GENOA.
Moltke Oct. 23; MXIoltke Jan. 29
Hamburg Nov. 15 I>eutaehlaiid Feb. 4
*Moltke I>ec. 4 Hamburg Feb. 19
Hamburg Jan. 10 Hamburg Mar. 26
Has <;rill Room and Gvmnasluui. ^Mediterranean
and Orient Cruise, 70 days.
Eiiglht Days to Italy
BY THE GREAT FLYER DEUTSCHE AND,
FROM NEW YORK Fiat. 4, 1007.
R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations, and general
information about foreign travel.
Travelers' Cheeks, (iood Ail Over the World.
HAMHl Rli-AMERICAN I.INE. 37 B'WAY. N. Y.
1 E F. IiROOr & SONS. ?:? Pa. IT*.
| ??3u-Su,tu.tt.tf |
LOAN COMPANIES.
* ub??. it. aoc. 81. >1.20. i wk.. ta.sa. i mo., rr.jb.
KasfaKoiuints^Krediit Kills, \
USE OCR MONEY TO PAY YOFR BILLS. [
I>oan? on fornitare, piano, etc. Renaonable >
rates. From one month to one reir'i time >
allowed to paj u% back. If you need money ,
fill oat thla blank, mall it to a* and our ,
agent will call at once. (
Name [
2 Address |
J Amount vintcl, 9 ,
DISTRICT LOAN CO., ;
J 63fl F ST. X.W.. COR. 7TH AND r. ?
j nn27-25d >
,S:de entrance on Otli Et. Private Offices.
Any Sum of Money
You Want At Only
?It's embarrassing to apply to <p
friends for money. Whenever you
liave need for a loan we Homing. <Ll' /(/ j,
lie advances money without delay /
an Diamonds. Watches. Jewelry [I
M Household Goods lu storage. UilllLviI S?3U.?
* t t ,1 c?t?_:?,i r> i_
iuuiiey i^udiicu jdwucu x copie.
HORNING, 9th <& D, come?"1
OQ22-1M
Money Loaned Salaried People
And others without security; ea*y payment*.
Largest business In 62 principal cities. TOLMA.S,
Boom 500. 533 15tb St. i*.w, oc&-tf.5
-THIS HBAM6 YOU?
_ Think Before Ton r.orrow Money.
=SEE US FIRST=
We loan on furniture, pianos. etc., ?nd will p?7
off any loan compsuy you owe. ami advance 703
more monev at ratea cheaper than you can borrow
on real estate.
All Trlrate Offices at
Tolb Mlb i IKUFOLl tt AIM
LOAN and TRUST CO.,
505 E Street N.W.
?p27-tf.2Q
Why Pay 110%
When you can ^ f/Jif
get it here
Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Ac.
Established I8T0.
H. K. FuBfltom's Loan Offnce,
111 V1VTH (TTRP-TTT V W
tore and Piano Loans.
We will eerre yon quickly, privately and courteously.
We will pay off any loan* you bow hare
and advance yon all tbe money yoa need.
Mutual Loan <& Trust Co.,
9113 G St. N.W.
mt27-22*1 BANK FLOOR.
WHEN IN NEED OF
MONEY
THE CAPITAL LOAN CO.
CAN AXD WilA, IIELP YOU.
We loan money on Furnltnre and
Planoa at minimum rate of ioteieat.
Loans with other companies paid off and
a larger sum auvancea ai a lower raiv
than you are now paying.
602 F STREET N.W.
ap7 tf
Do Not Borrow Money
From yonr friend*. It tanses embarrassment. Yon
can get a loan of 110.00 to $300.00 from na on y.rar
furniture. piano, horses and wagon* or on yonr
ralarr at the lowest rate of Interest charged by
any company In tbe city.
Oar new rebate system will sire -on from S2.50
to $10.00 by transferrin); your account from other
companies to ns. TRY IT.
SURETY LOAN CO.,
Room No. 1, Warder Bfldg.
'Plione Main 3900. Cor. 0th and F its. n.w.
$10 to $300
FURNITURE LOANS
Made within two hoars after yon leave application.
The most private and most conveniently located
offices in the city. No misleading talk. No
"red tape." No commissions. No notary feea. No
advance charges. A square bnslnesa deal.
SALARY LOANS MADE TO STEADY EMI'LOKES
Potomac Guarantee Loan Co.,
928 F St. N.W.
Atlantic t>alldlng, Room* 21, 23 tad 24.
Second floor. Stairway or ?leT?tor.
Loans on Furniture
MAY BE OBTAINED
FROM THR
Columbia Guarantee Co.,
6X3 F ST. N. W?
ABSOLUTELY WITUOCT
UKLAJ
JaS-tf.16 OR PUBLICITY.
WHY PAY m PER CENT
WHEN YOU CAN GET
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pawnbroker holds the security. We do not Jfstnrb
It. but allow you to keep it In your possession.
You have both money and security, l'o not be
fooled by the coaxing ads. of other companies.
They claim lowest rates, but we can offer you rates
and terms that will show yon how exorbitant their
charges are.
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Borne Life ni.le., US till <& G, oroi.*Tre??y;
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY.
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POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
4 lines, It.. 60c. 8t.ll.20. 1 wh.. $2.52. 1 mo.. <7.20.
THE STEAMERS OK THE MARYLAND, DELAware
and Virginia Hallway Co., commencing
June 3u, will make five trips weekly between
Washington and Baltimore. The pr.wenger ac<
omm< dntlons are unsurpassed by any on the
Chesapeake bay or tributaries. They are electrically
lighted and the cuisine la perfect. This
is the most delightful trip out of Washington or
Baltimore, giving the passengers the benefit of
the salt -air on the Chesapeake bay and Potomac
river. Leaving Washington every Sunday, Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at 4
p.m. Leave Baltimore every Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Time
of trip about 36 hours.
Fare, $2.00. Stute rooms, $1.50. Meals, 50c.
each.
State rooms and further Information, apply to
STEPHENSON ^ BilO., Agenta,
Telephone, Main 745. 7th st. Wharf.
T. MURDOCH, Oen. Pass. Agt., Baltimore, Md.
ocl5 tf.26
WASHINGTON & POTOMAC STEAMBOAT CO.
(Randall Line).
STEAMERS FOR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS
Str. Ilorry Randall. Monday and Wednesday at
4 p.m., and Satnrduy. 7 a.m.. for river landing*
to Wicomico river and Nomlnl creek landing*;
Lower Macbodoc creek Wednesday only. Returning,
steamer arrives In Washington Wednesday and
Friday mornings and Sunday afternoons.
Steamer Wakefield. Sunday. Tuesday and Thors*
day at 7 a.m., for river landings. Including Port
Tobacco creek. Msddox ?reek and the Wicomico
river to Cbaptlco. Upturning, arrive* In Waahlngton
Monday. Wednesday and Friday afternoons.
Steamer for Glymont and Intermediate landings
at 9 a.m. dally except Sunday; returning about
4 M- myil-tf
WANTS TO GO TO JAIL
MRS. BURTON SORRY SHE CAN'T
ACCOMPANY HER HTJSBANB.
A dispatch from St. Louis says: Joseph !
Ralph Burton, the flrst United States sen- j
ator to be convicted of a crime while hold- j
ing a Feat in tho Senate, lies tonight In a
ceil In the St. Lou!s county jail at Ironton.
Mo*.
While the climax of the disgrace of a
member of the highest legislative body In
the land is regarded as a historical episode,
it was not of nearly so great public
interest as was the bearing of Mrs. Burton
In the trying hours before her husband
passed through prison doors.
With a smiling face and with a cheeriness
that hid the heartache, the wlfo was !
at hoi husband's side every moment today, !
protesting in his innocence xnd martyrdom,
caressing Mm with tenderness and ever
declaring her faith in him and i;i iiis future.
In he: manner toward tnc wcrld she
carried herself as-a wife proud of li?r husl>and?as
proudly f.s on the day he had won
the honor of a seat in the Sc-nite.
The former senator, accompanied by his
wife and niece, arrived in St. T.oisis, from
his home at Abilene this morning. Several
hours later, Willi l:is wife near by. he surrendered
himself to United Stales Marshal
William L. Morsey.
Tho curronflor tnnlr nla^o at thtf? minn
station. As Burton passed through the
Midway and boarded the train, this "marshal
walked on one side of him carrying his
suit tase. on the other side walked Mrs.
Burton. As the little party stepped on the
Pullman platform. Mrs. Burton was greeted
by an old friend from Indiana, to whom
she said:
"Prouder of Him Than Ever."
"I am prouder of my husband today than
I have ever been. lie has not been prosecuted;
he has been persecuted. I met Gov.
Hoch of Kansis yesterday, and I refused
to shake his hand. I did so because he
sought to Injure my husband. Mr. Burton
was Hoch's friend when Hoch needed r
friend. Hoch went back on him. I refused
to shake his hand; I tried to snub him,
and I did so because my husband is superior
to him In every way.
"X slfhll go to Ironton with my husband
and remain there every day until he is released.
I am sorry that I cannot go to jail
with him. I have been his wife for twentyeight
years, and I shall ever be.
"I have not shed a tear since these
charges were trumpted up against Mr. Burton.
When I was six years old I stood on
the doorstep and saw my father go to the
civil war, where he met his death. He was
going to fight for his country, to perform a
patriot's duty, and I did not cry.
"My husband, persecuted by his enemies,
is going to pay the penalty. These enemies
have tried to disgrace and humiliate him.
He has borne Tip under it like the man he
is, and I have helped him and will help him
bear these troubles.
i am no; airaiu 10 iook any one squareiy
in the eye. My husband has done no
wrong. I am as absolutely confident of that
as I am confident tiiat I live. He is still the
noble, good husband in my eyes that he has
always been and he shall, ever be.
Doesn't Mind Friends' Snubs.
"Persons have dodged me since these
charges have been made. Persons who'
were formerly my friends have shunned
me. I have seen women go out of their
way to avoid me. I don't mind these insults,
and these attempted slights cannot injure
me.
"I have a woman's courage, and I should
feel ashamed of myself if I didn't put forth
my every effort to defend my husband
aguiiiBL ins accueciB. x wuuiu not inaKU any
compromise with an enemy of my husband."
Mr. Burton, apparently jovial, stood a
short distance from his wife, his face beaming
with admiration for her. He even joked
a little about this being his first trip to jail,
and remarked that he thought the government
should pay his Pullman fare. Peculiarly
for a prisoner, he was riding on an
annual pass issued by the Iron Mountain
road, and, unlike most of those who travel
to the county jail, he had a Pullman compartment.
The prisoner surrendered to the marshal
at the door of the ladies' waiting room, the
marshal Informing him that his deputy,
Walter W. Noll, would accompany him to
Ironton. After this formality Burton went
upstairs and returned in a few minutes
with Mrs. Burton, his niece and Mrs. Burton's
sister. Then the marshal took them
to the train.
A few friends bade Burton good-bye and
wished him good luck. One offered his
hand. "You are to be congratulated, senator,"
he said, "upon having such a devoted
and courageous wife. I have heaps of admiration
for her."
"So have I." said Burton. Mrs. Burton
smiled radiantly upon her husband.
Burton sat back comfortably, apparently
the least troubled man on the entire train.
"I am feeling very well," said he, "especially
well under the circumstances. I have
had a good night's sleep and am greatly refreshed
this morning. Perhaps tire trees,
the bluffs and nature generally look sweeter
to me this morning than they shall for
some time, but I don't let nivself thlnir
about that. I am going to Ironton to begin
the life that is laid out for me."
After breakfaeting at the union station.
Burton went to the offices of his attorney,
P. W. Lehmann, and preparations were begun
for the official surrender.
Burton Fpent most of the forenoon conferring
with his attorney and seeing different
persons regarding the arrangements and
settlement of various business matters. He
has changed little since he was tried and
convicted a year ago of hiving accepted
$2,500 for services rendered the Rlalto Grain
and Security Company of St. Louis, before,
the Post Office Department at Washington
In a fraud order proceeding. He is to serve
six months, which good conduct will reduce
to five.
LIPTON MAY CHALLENGE.
Will State at Yaclit Club Banquet His
Terms.
It Is probable that the question of another
international yacht race, with Sir
Thomas Upton as tho challenger, will be
determined at Delmonlco's, New York, next
Thursday night, when the baronet will be
^the guest of the Brooklyn Yacht Club. It
Is not expected that the preliminary defiance
of the owner of the three Shamrocks
will receive attention. What he says will be
simply a "feeler" us to the attitude of the
New York Yacht Club, the holder of the
trophy.
"It does not matter what Sir Thomas
Lipton may say," said a member of the
New York Yacht Club last night, "the
club Is not .going to take any chances. It
is the holder of the cup and intends to
defend It. If he wishes to send in" another
challenge It will be received and
there will be a full discussion of ' the
terms of the contest. The dinner at Del
monlco's will. In a measure, give a line
on the atitude of the challenger, but will
not in any way bind the holder of the
trophy."
Col. Neall. who is the chief representative
of Sir Thomas Upton in his yachting
enterprises, said that the baronet had been
misunderstood In the dispatches from
Chicago, in which It was made to appear
that he had announced himself unwilling
to issue any challenge so long as Herreshoff
and Charlie Barr aro alive. Col.
Neall said:
"His expression, -which his hearers understood
perfectly, was that until Herreshoff
and Charlie Barr were dead any
challenger would have a terrific struggle
to win. That is what be believes today, *
but he will try."
Lipton's idea is that there should be
a race between craft which are not racing
machines, but which are types of the practical
vessels propelled by sail. The
majority of opinion in the New York
Yacht Club is that the defense of the cup
should be under the old rules.
$27.50 A
WILL PAY FOR THIS HOME,
THE FIRST TIME A 20-FT. SIX ROOM ROME
EKTY. WITH LOTS OVEK 100 FT. DEE1\ HAS
$3,8
TERMS WHICH MAKE IT A
TERMS WHICH GIVE TO THE REN'J
HOME ON THE SAME MONTHLY PA1
RENT II
$500 Cash, $27.50 a Mont
OF WHICH AX
$19.64 GOES lOWAR
HO/
AND ONLY J7.S0 IS TA1
THE TOTAL INTEREST PAID BY TI
TOTAL RENT PAID BY TENANT IN f
HE WOULD NOT O^
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FINISHED IN A b'TYL'
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THE STREET WHICH CONNECTS WASHING!
HOME l'AKK. THEREIXJ
THE HIGHEST ELEVJ
TIT THIS THE LARGEST PI RCHASE OK GRC
NORTH WESTERN I'ART OF THE CITY PROP!
ORDINARY VALIE AM) LOW TERMS THAT \
RAPIDLY IMPROVING S
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'? notes in denominations of $500 )t
'4S ? 1 1 11 1 Si
-j? ana upwaru, wen sctuicu -<r
?? first deed of trust (mortgage)
on Washington city improved ^
sj? property.
ft These investments pay 5% ft
net?we collect the interest, ??
? etc., free of charge. Investi- ??
ft gate these investments. ijji
IJfWe have on hand at the $
? present time several small loans
bearing 6% interest. !<?
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gMooreti: mil, inc.,|
:<>: 717 14th Street. ?!
3fc ocl2-00t i?
o r-o w v o.-w ui w j. y
I FOR SALE? I
1SUPERB INVESTMENTS!
;?? Modern Brick Dwellings.
I Nos. 1313 to 1323 First |
Street N. W.
$ Price Only $3,400 Eac!h.|
3? A fortunate purchase of a large
:;J; tract of ground at a low price ena- 31
bios Hie builder to offer these wellbuilt
houses at a very low price.
-fa There are no other new houses so
;'f well located In the northwest for -Jp
3? sale at this low figure. They contain
'if nix rooms and reception hall, with \f
it modern tiled bath room, porcelain
3? tub, stationary washstand and are JC
31 trimmed throughout in chestnut, ex- St
cept kitchen, which is finished in se- it
Ik lected white pine. THEY WILL &
=::< RENT TO SELECT WHITE TEN- A
X ANTS AT $2.-..<K) PER MONTH. &
THEY ARE OPEN FOR INSPEC- #
-if TION. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE -,'f
\f THEM IF YOU WANT AN EXCEL- v'<?
LENT INVESTMENT OR A COM- #
'<? PACT, HANDSOME LITTLE HOME. '(?
| JAMES F. SHEA, I
'!;= 643 La. Ave. N.W.
orl7-?>o.ri0
FIGHT AT FUNERAL.
Frank Miles, Colored, Killed; His Son
Accused.
A dispatch from Chestertown, Md., says:
A case of very serious character was
brougtn to the attention of the Kent county
authorities yesterday, when Frank Miles,
colored, aged fifty-eight years, died at his
home, near Still Pond station, on the Kent
railroad. On October 4 the baby of one of
Miles' daughters died, and liis son and wife
came home to attend the funeral.
According to the testimony of several
witnesses at the coroner's inquest yesterday
afternoon, a quarrel arose shortly after
the funeral between the rather ana son, in
which the son knockcd the father Into a
tub, fracturing a rib and Injuring lilm Internally.
Dr. J. Hoskin Kelley of Still
Pond was called to attend the Injured man,
but he died yesterday morning from Injuries
sustained, according to the doctor's
statement, at the home of William Miles.
The jury of inquest has postponed action
until Thursday In order that State's Attorney
William W. Beck, who is now detained
In court, may Investigate the circumstances
surrounding the case. Meanwhile
a warrant has been issued for the
arrest of William Miles on the charge of
causing the death of his father, Prank
Miles, who was fifty-eight years old. The
authorities apprehend difficulty in securing
Miles, as he has been at large so long: after
the commission of the crime that it is
feared he has left the county.
The case was not reported to the sheriff
until late yesterday, and he is now searching
for the accused. Should Miles be captured,
the grand jury, which was discharged
on Saturday by the court now in session
here, may be recalled to investigate the
case.
In the circuit court yesterday morning the
jury in the ease of Hester V. Stoops agt.
T. Bates Russell for $2,000 damages for
alleged deceit In the sale of a farm In
Broad Neck, rendered a verdict for Mrs.
Stoops for $1,400. Counsel for Mr Russell
Hied a motion for a new trial, which the
court Is considering. Tnis case created considerable
interest on account of the prominence
of the parties to the suit.
The record of the grand jury of the present
term of court has been a remarkable
one. During the six days they were in session
they examined 105 witnesses found 22
presentments and 20 true bllis. They also
examined six constables and one bailiff.
The maioritv of the witnesses examined
were In cases of violation of the local option
law, which the Jury made a determined
effort to break up. In their report the jury
recommended Improvements to the court
house, so as to provide for the accommodation
of female witnesses, suitable rooms
for the election supervisors and auditing
committees and better protection of the
court records. They also recommended the
placing of lights at both ends of Chester
and Sassafras river bridges for the protection
of the public.
?9 The Want pages of The Star are |
X(J full of human interest. Head them
MC> ana see.
MONTH
INCLUDING ALL INTEREST.
OF THE COMPLETENESS OF THIS PROPi
EVER BEEN OFFERED IN THE N.W. FOR
;j?n.
' w
SINF17L WASTE TO BENT.
rER AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A
iMENT HE WOULD BE PLEASED TO
L' FOR.
:h. Including All Interest,
AVERAGE OF
D PAYING FCR THE
V\E
FOR INTEREST.
IE PURCHASER WOULD RE $1,337.
SAME.TIME WOULD BE $4,476, AND
iVN THE HOUSE.
) HOUSES ARE BUILT.
3 STRICTLY ITS OWN.
SEEING A IIOME A MOST DESIRABLE I't'RiSE.
noN
M, INC., ADDITION TO THE
IS
ey Close tract)
ARK ROAD.
on iits.. rouwrniA hts. axd soldiers*
ike no farther oct.
VTION IN THE CITY.
>rnd (? acrs8i ever made in the
;k \vf. ark aei.e to offf.u the bxtraVF.
no. WE \KK-MAKl.Ny THIS THE MOST
ECTION OF THE fc. \V,
PECT,
ad (Whitney ave.), walk one ?q. east, or call at
h n.w.
ANNON, Inc.. Owners,
LT BLOOM INGD A LE.
K. SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE BOOK.
NO HOMES LIKE OURS."
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( A FEW
SELECTED
BARGAINS.
I i
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. ? i- vuv om.Jtn?
High-class residence; a fine propo- >(j=
sitlon for the business man who -,f
-.S wants an up-to-date home in a oon- j?
venlent location; near 15th and You %
jf sts. n.w.: 0 fine, large rooms; bath; K
3C furnace heat. Lot 10x90. It's a bar- 'fi
K ealn &
A SHANNON & LUCHS. ,?~
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FOR SALE?$6,500. &
Downtown home; up to date; 0 -)<
-.f large bright rooms; tiled hath; fur- 5/|naee
heat; perfect condition; built
for a home; must he sold; near <!th Yi
and M sts. n.w.; surrounded by propi
erties valued as high ac Sl'MOO. You 3?
v should see this one. Fine value. 1".
J? SHANNON & LUCHS.
?? FOR SALE?J5.2CO.
}i Near 0(h and O sts. n.w.; a tine
."I home property. C rooms; bath. IVr- -:1
feet condition: unusnaJliy large
::jc rooms. Lot This is your '
i'$ chance to p^rure a bargain.
=& SHANNON & LUOHS.
f? FOR SALE?$S.2TiO. K
jjj Without a doubt the best offer in jj?
1<!~ Bloom!r.gdalc; 8 large rooms; ti ed
'Si bath; furnace heat; corner of alley;
3? gas and coal range; screens and awn?j
lngs; gas logs, and one ..r tiio
:;js built houses in Washington. See it :<f I
# today. 3?
X SHANNON & LUCHS. ?
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FOR SAI.E-S4.ir.ft.
Near 8th and P s:ie;-ts n.w.; 7 ?!;
jj rooms and bath; very tine condition:
*:? lot 18 f*. front by 90. to alley: very si
31 convenient loeation and a good house.
SHANNON & LUCHS. <r
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FOR SAT..E?REDUCED TO $5,500. \
si Positively one of the best-equipped *x
3C home? in th? northwest; never before
3C offered less than $0,f>00; 9 large,
ij: bright rooms; bath; back porches: <?->
hardwood floors; located within one <w
i's square of 14th st. n.w. You should <*>
-,f see this today. It won't last long.
SHANNON & LrUCIIS. <l'
it
FOR SALE?tn.SOO. <|
'if Excellent location, overlookit'g Iowa X
'n* /-?* 1 - - o ~ *
jr. vuuc; o rooms ana Dath; good con- X
55 dition; property, and mor? especially &
a home, of this character hard to find <v>
A at such a bargain price. Act quick. <*>
J;; SHANNON & LUCHS. *
?jj . FOR SALE?$5,500.
pf Columbia Heights. 13th and 11th J*
iff sts. n.w.; side light; 8 larse rooms on
two floors; tiled bath; furnace heat.
Positively the best offer on the Z.
tt - ? _?
-.j- neignis. i'errect condition. As good
if as a corner house. A bargain. <*>
-if SHANNON & LUCHS. |>
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:<? FOR SALE?$3,000. $
I'? On a wide avenue northwest: 0 <s>
3? large rooms; liatli; furnace lieat: wide <!<
4'f lot; good condition; easy terms; very
& fine offer: conveniently located. For- V
merly held at $0,000. Want quick
if sale accounts for'low price.
SHANNON & LUCHS. %
? FOR SALE?$5,150. fi
'it An absolutely perfect home at a j,
3E bargain; 7 large. f=nacious rooms;
3? beautifully tiled bath; furnace heat; 4'
ij- excellent condition; owner leaving ?>
city; lot 17x1(0; unusual size. Weil ^
located nortVmr*>af A -
sonvijie. Ma. inrou?Q coacnes >\ usniugion 10
JjKkKonvillc.
3:4f? p.m. dally?Sleeping Car New York to Jacksonville.
Fla.; New York to Port Tampa, Fla., t!?
Jacksonville; New York to Augusta. Ga.; New
York to Charleston, S. C.; Washington, D. C.. to
Wilmington. N. C. Tbrousrh coaches Washington
to Jacksonville. UNEXCELLED DINING CAR
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=>? SHANNON & LCCHS. 'i'
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3? FOR SALE?000.
3t located on the best tart of North ?jj's
Capitol st.; (i larae rooms; tiled bath;
:;i: perfect conditio.?] A beautiful hr?me r?
vjs on a large, wide street. The only one 5;f
like It for sa'e. ;<f
3C SHANNON & LUC ITS.
FOR SALE?.<4,800. }t
One of the best located homes in :;i:
j!: the northeast, and a bargain; well ?:
i'? built and equipped: 8 largi. fine
>;;? rooms; tiled bath; furnace heat; fine
condition. '.j*
SHANNON & LUCHS. 3>;
'I . FOR SALE-R430. ff
'it An absolute bargain: dnnlirntA ''S
I& houses recently sold for $4,700; 6 3?
31 large, fine rooms, tiled hatli, furnace i'f
s'j: heat; the largest 0-room horns prop- ijj<
j;? erty In Bloomingda'e. Act <iuick. -.f
sjjj SHANNON & LUCHS. #
w FOR SALE?54,000. *
w A northwest home, west of 11th st. ^
:ji= n.w.; southern exposure; 2-story, :Jj:
bay-window press-brick dwelling; C
'-r rooms, bath; perfect condition; 3?
3? --cheajp. 3?
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jr. DilAi\i^Vi,l K liUVXIO.
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A FOR SALE?$4,35<V 3?
A very neat home near 9th and S
sts. n.w.; 0 rooms, bath; perfect con-:'f
dition. A well-located property of '/f
;:f very fine value. * :.j3f
SHANNON & LUCHS. -{f
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% FOR SALE-?4,OCO. ;o!
J? A grand chance to secure a bargain;
8 rooms, bath; fur. heat; good 3t
:'j: lot to alley; well located in" Bloom- ?
ingdale; good renter. Don't delay iv
i'f seeing it.
if SHANNON & LUCHS. -"=
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SHANNON & LUCHS.I
J 704 13TH ST. N.W. f
'Phone Main 2345. jjj;
^ Green and White Sign. it
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>
When you get a "special
ure" or "cut rate" on advertise
ing space, it is safe to assuma
that some competitor in yout
business is getting still mora
favorable terms. The only safe
rule is to deal where the sam?
rate is charged to everybody for
the same scrvice.
FOR SALE?
A splendid Home, 515,000.
One of the rery best houtea In th# cltf, tit*
uated In the "nr'.at^ratlc northwest." 2lat it.
n.w.; lot 21x115.4; 14 large r.*?m?. all light and
airy; parlor, reception ball and dining room connected
by folding d:K>r*( aiul can all h# thrown
into one; whole floor covered with parquetry
flooring; handaoine mantels thr eughout; handsome
and unique stairs; front of Krone to parlor
window, and balance alone and light brick; aton#
porch; Itbnrr has open grate; parlor baa a?b^>
to? m?!?; ftKATRl) BY t'IKST^?L.Ae!W HKTWATRB
BYSTKil; lot 1!1*I16 ?; |>.rLln* Iq
front ml briutlful lmrn In r?r. with 10 or 13
Tarierie# of rosot; whole huate reoeotljr 4?ce>
ruled; built by onaer tor bla own uie.
STONE & FAIRFAX,
IMS Ntw Yrtk a-rs.. adjciuac corner of 14tx
It
fok mali:?
Reduced to $11,000.
The largest, cheapest and best-located new
residence in the uorthwevt. Tlie honN slon*
would cost more t-> build. A bands^tue front of
buff brick and ligbt u ?r<* trimmings containing
14 rooms, four tortus ?!??e}?; three elegant batb
niviun, u"m?icr iirm, trout ana rrar stairways.
Lot 21x120 feet Situated In oue of the most
convenient and popular residence section*. Ths
property was held at $16,000 at the time a loan
of $8,000 was made at per cent.
STONE & FAIRFAX,
1342 New York are., adjCinio* coroar of l?h.
It
FOR SALE?
A Handsome Colonial
Residence.
Weit of Connecticut avenue. Prlcc. $16,500.
Open on three sid***. l'arlor. library, dining
room, pantry and kitchen on the ftrsr door; four
bed rooms ami b.ith on the second floor; four bed
rooms and hath on the third floor; servants' stair*
way; hot-water heat. Lot 25x110 feet to a wide
alley. l>et ua show you this h<??ne. We know you
will l?e pleased, as it is In a clisa by Itself. I)o
not delay. When it becomes known tiiat such a
desirable bouse la for sale it Mill be snapped up
quickly.
STONE A. FAIRFAX,
1342 New York Ave.. ?djciu:n? corner of It In.
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FOK SA1.K?
A K^aiitiful C Arnor Dpci.
4 m m v> W v* w a ?
dence at a Sacrifice.
Situated in the fashionable nirtfcwelt, treat of
16th pi reef, containing 11! rooms and two l?ath
rooms; hot-*vnter heat. Formerly held at $17,000.
To settle ?n estate, an <.ffer of ?11.<mh)
would he couriered. Splc;:?lid opportunity to
secure a bargain in this choice location.
STONE 4. FAIRFAX.
1342 New York ?.vs., adj..in:r.j corner of 14th.
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FOR SAI.K?
Something Choice.
The Stvie of House Most
Persons Are Looking For.
Semi=Detached.
Very handsome: WELL BUILT, well arranged,
beautifully decorated.
On "Washington Heights."
Lovely situation: sonf'U'.n exposure; near esr?;
overlooking city and country; a healthful, pleasant
location.
Only 558,000.
Could rot be dnplie-?!e<l under $10,000.
See It soon. It's tiie ln-st h-use In the eltj
fcT the money.
STONE & F* 17FAX,
1342 New York e.tc.. aljcin.ng ccratr of iilh.
It
I OK 8JILB?
Special at $14,OC0.
An attractive now corner residence we?t of
Conn. ave.. in the anr.y : m<i iuiv.v serpen, containing
12 rooms. li haths; hor-wate** h.nt. -h-p*
trie pa* liKhtlnjjr*. *i>takirc tuheK l?? ant:Trvl man- ^
tola, tllril fircplacea, ?;oiu?l floors, 3 l*ir windows.
This nriec js Jon*; there was a iru.?r of
$10 000 mii it, the 1. > "der of nrldoh, .in account
of ti c failure of the forimr o vner. was obliged
to take the home. r.*id now offer* if at a i?rice
several tl??usand d? 1 ?*"* loss than It If actually
worth. There is no t.rt;*r location In Washington
tl an this: it ! i:i a s ctl.*n that is nelng
built ?: 4>n all "MfB by residences c?s<i:i.r anywhere
from t<> $100,000; It In ? ?#> of
those houses that after it is sold there will t?e
parties who wo a <1 l?e glad to pay an adva.ice to
secure it. Investigate.
cixnNK- A FAIRFAX
1342 Ksw Y:ik ave., cd>cinir.g ccrcer of 11th.
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FOR SAI.K?
5pecial at $14,000.
Facing: couth; vest Conn. avp., north of Q
Ft.: handsome r'one-front dwelllug, iourteeu
rroms; threS baths; ljoi-water heat; four looms
deep <>n each fl<Kir; two Ptalnviye. A txuat of
$lo,000 can remain at 4 per cent.
STONE 4. FAIRFAX.
1342 Nerf Ycrk are., adjoining ccraer of 14rh.
"" l3NLY"ONE~VACANf '
Of those elegant 5-room and bath
apartments, with large reception
halls,
UN THE ASHLEY.
Corner 18th and V sts. n.w. Telephone
in each apartment. Elevator
and janitor service. Rent, $50.00.
Jordan & Bfoonier, Inc.,
Jordan-Bloomer Bldg.,
1306-08 G Street N.W.
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? * . V- A'A. a Jt A A" ^ we. A.AAJ
i* SPECIAL ASimm CALLED f
TO TWO BICJ BUM >
To property owners and rc::l estate In- *
vestois; investments now* paying 10 per >
cent.
? Soven two-story trick honsfs in south- >
J west: all modern improvements: C ro >ms >
1 ar.<l l#ath; renting white tenants at >
2 $115.50 per month. Special price for th* ,
j Krtvp'i hnnuM 51*1.000.
Also five tv.o sto y 0-ro >in l-.r'ck hou'.os
l in the northwest. !<>t ivntinjr f??r $02.f?i> p'-r .
J month: rout c<?nlil eats Sly l?e Increased to '
J ppr month. Special price for the *
4 five houses, only $7.2T?<). >
4 For full particulars for the above prop- >
J erties, apply
^ J. D. & W. V. SVZ.J.ZVAV,
j 707 13th St. N. W. '
1 'Phono Mm in tr.23. .v-21 >( 24
rrwry>s- * v-j-'* vrwi.' r%~ rw?-v * *-* urii
FOR SALE?LOTS.
Auction Sale of Lots
BERWYN
the beautiful suburb northeast of the e!ty, on the
City and Suburban Eleclrie and the IS. & O,
Raiiway.
THURSDAY,
Octobe 25. 1906
Free excursion on onr S-pe.-lal Cars. on the City
and Suburban Railway, leave fr>m the Treasury
Building, 15th and t; streets, at 0:30 a.m. and
every five minutes thereafter, as rabidly as iha
car* aie tilled.
Free Lunch Free Lot
Free Gold Free Tickets
Auction sale begins 10:30 a.m. You can buy
beautiful lots at y is own rrl^-e. Free round-trip
tickets furnished now at our oJH?*e and st ths
[>Ia? e of starting on d.i.r < r sale.
Call for further Information.
GREATER m\Mim
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