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STAR BRANCH OFFICES.
If not convenient to call at The
Btar office. 11th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, leave your advertisement
at any of the fi.llowln?
Branch Offices:
NORTirw-EST BRANCHES:
Centner's Drnc Store. 14th and I' ? ?.
KiDler a Or?ir St.,re. Uih nnil Wellln*
P rtr.mn's Pro* Str.ro. 14th and R I.
Lt.j ' n'< Drnc Store Vermont ave. and 8 it
Knur a Drag Srme. 1.1th and I at*.
[ New* Stand. 1705 P?. IW.
if' * ^ Store 2Mh and Pa. ar*.
t' cell's Drntr Store. 7th mid r ati.
f ?1-1! Tf!et-np>, Offlee. 112K Conn. rff.
t.""n . nfflee. 012 penna. lire.
' ' tnl Telegraph Offl. e, fith ?n<l B ?t?l
~'*t Telegraph oniee. Penn R ?t. Statl<1!l.
* Ivann. S. ns A Co.. Information Rnreao.
M roil" ;ird Si T.othrop Information Bnrpntl.
Inter)..r Dept., s?'i A K sts Teleg.-anh Office.
Jenifer tiMr. 7th A- D ata . Telosraph Offle*.
C< !! II eretal Hank bid?. Telesraph Office.
CerrMer P. s f'nnltol
f.iler V trier 's rbarmaer. 9th A N. t. t?*.
Ooli!e.ihers"a Department Store. 912-2S 7th
_r; .n,,rp"TI or information. _ ^
J ;r HnfcMns Kenner Prtig Co.. 17th ft Qflf.
B-Mer * Field. I>rncjrf?r? 3d A Indiana art.
If R C*???>I? Phnrmarlst. 3100 lit* *t.
Dupont Pharmacy. Chaa. S. Boston. prop..
20fJi an?1 P stB
GEORGETOWN:
O BonneTI's Prne Store 32d and M ?t?.
O'PonnelPa Priic Store 32rt and O eta.
Adarns Hi press Office 1222 32d ft.
Pride's Pharmacy. 2S*h and P *ta.
NORTHEAST: .
Kenenly'a Pharmacy, N. Capitol and *
Haley's Pharmacy. 11th an<1 E. Capitol st*.
Wllburn'a Pharmacy. 13th and H sta.
Butier's Pharmacy 4th and Stanton plae*.
SOUTHEAST:
Bradley's Drug Store. 8th and E sta.
O'lJonnell'a Drug Store. 3d anrt Penna. ar*
SOUTHWEST:
Sullivan's Drujjr Store. 7th and D sta.
Eleventh Street Wharf, O'Brien * IlalL
Char S. Walter POi 4^ st.
ANACOSTIA:
C. G. Lolir, 2o Monroe at.
ALEXANDRIA:
A fi. Doniphan. 727 King *t.
BRIGHTWOOD. D. 0.:
Wm. Thomas. l'.rlglitwood ave. and Ioo**
fellow at.
TENLEYTOWN. D. ax
Andrew Burg.". Druggist.
WANTED?AGENTS.
WAM1U--AUKNTS TO REPRESENT LEADINO
New York life ius. co. in Washington. Address
P. O. Box with references. aell-tf
WANTED?SALESMEN
WANTED?MEN TO SELL SUBDIVISION LOTS
located In Washington, I>. C., and also to sell
stocks and bonds backed by District real estate.
Address VALLEY REALTY COMPANY, Room 75,
Home Life Bhlg., loth and G sis. u.w., Washington,
I>. C. oc20-7t
W A NTEI > EX I' E11 1ENCED TEA. COFFEE~AND
?j>ice salesmen of demonstrated ability who are
now villus in this line to the better claas of
retail grocers on both new and developed territory
All replies treated in confidence. EDWIN
J. GILLIES & CO., 24o-7-9 Washington St., New
York oc30?23-2fr
WANTED?HELP.
One cent a word for 15 words.
MAI.E.
WANTED SIX WEEKS* INSTRUCTION IN
traveling salesmanship; position guaranteed upon
completion. BRADSTREKT SYSTEM. Rochester,
V V oc23&2g*
WANTED FIRST-CLASS STOVE AND FURNACE
man. Apply JOHN T. SWEENEY, Brookland,
I). C. oe23-2t*
W A NT EI ~f~Y iTTXO MAX WITH SOMB KNOWLedge
<?f mechanical drawing. Apply to COLUMBIA
I'LANOGRAl'H CO., Evening Star Annex.
oc28-2t
\\ A NT I: I> FIR" ST-l I .ASS FEE 17]ER FOR l'( AVER
piv?. A].ply to COLUMBIA I'LANOGRAPH CO.,
Evening Star Annex. oc23-2t
W ANTE I> B? >Y A H< lI'T 17 YEA RS OLD. WITH
a wheel. Apply B LACK I STONE'S, 14th and H
sts. oc23-3t
WANTED A MEAT CUTTER AND A WORKER:
none other need apply. WHELAX'S MARKET.
;'.<t an.I C st.-> s.w. Good wages to right man.
W A N TI P A MECHANICAI. DRAFTSMAN;
n .in ?>n.rniT, ,1 Aililresa Ho* .11) Sf-ir of
Hce, giving age, education, experience and -salary
cxpected. oc23-eo.Ht*
W ANTED I'KFSSMA N AND CYT.lNDEil VltESS
fcoders. DABBY PRINTING <*0.. 500 14 lb st.
II. W. OC&Es>t*
WA NTED -BOY TO I:EAR N TRADE. J. B.
MMKltKY, 1227> G at. n.w. oc2r<:;t*
WANTED -YOI'NG MAN AS ASSISTANT LOOK
keeper. Address. In own handwriting and state
experience. Box ;*7. Star office.
WANTED?TY I'EW KITING. STKHTI-1' TTKST
class; prompt, accurate work, moderate rates:
'phone. Address "PAINSTAKING," 3 tar 'itice.
WANTED CANVASSERS- GRAND PROP0SItlon.
."10 loth n.w., 2d floor. oc23-3t*
WAN I F-I>~ (\>LORED MAN TO DRIVE TEAM OF
mules; "lie who can read and write, and who
knows the city. Apply 33?*? Pa. ave. n.w.
W A NTED YOUNG MAN. RXPB1U E NCED IN
dairy business, to take charge. Au Interest in
the business given to right man. Apply Hotel
Engel after o p.m.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHINA PACKER.
Apply I *? W. M. Balderston, manager, l>efore 10
a.m. A. USNKR. Palais Hoyal. oc2H-3t
W A NT 1. 1>- S A1.1 > M A N ~FOK~ JEWELRY STOR K.
1337 i' st. n.w.
>\ AVH-.1J I'l ;si I"H ?.>n i'AH.Mi
iu'\v open for salesmen, executive, clerical and
t?-.*hni?-:il men; write for booklet. IIAI'UOiDS,
11U."> Pennsylvania bldg.. Philadelphia.
\VANTK1? IMMKl*I ATKI.Y] To Gi i(jT> STRAPer?.
1" paperhangers; g?*)d workmen. Apply
?;Km. 1'I.riX 1727 7th m. n.w. o^2-3t
WANTED A t;otiL>. AU^XrOU.VD MAN TO
a?t as salesman in jewelry store; permanent ]??Mtion
au?l p???l salary: a good opportunity f<>r
any one desiring to better their condition. C'AL1.IMIKU.
1?17 Pa. ave. n.w oc22-2t
\VAMKT? A MA N FOK DKI.IVKKY WA?i? oT;
one who lias had experience Apply 1111) 14th at.
AVANTKD MAN TO DItlVK MILK WAGON; RKF
oren.e. 1450 I* * t. n.w. oc22-3t*
"WANTill? WATCHMAKKK; GOOD KKFEKKNCE.
- il] 2uo^ 4'j st. s.w. oc22-3t*
WANTKl>? BOY WITH WHEEL. TO DELIVER
packages. BON 11ARCHE, 316 Tth st. ot*21-3t
WANTED PRE88ER ON WOMEN'S COATS AND
skirts; good salary. BON MAROHE, 316 Tth st.
ocIM 3t
\V ANTED M K.N. BY PHI LADELFHIA MILL;
work In own town, full or spare time; salary
and Ixmrd paid: experience not essential. P.
(>. B.x 13H2, Philadelphia. Pa. oc*21-7t
WAN I'kT> A vol Nti rOLolJKI) MAN K()R SECond
man. Apply at lo35 New Hampshire ave.
oc21 3t
V V NTKIT BitIO;IrF BOYS (JAN SECURE STEADY
employment as follows: Boys, 14 years of age
or over. with wheels to deliver packages; lw?ys
14 years of age and over f* wrap bundles; boys
1U years of ago and over, as bundle collectors;
boys 1*> years of age and over for our delivery
wag>?ns; permanent positions are offered and
rapid promotion. Apply immediately to .S.
K \ N X. SUNS & CO. uc21-3t
WAXTKi? 2 T1X KOUKtlRS. APPLY G-"?i PA*.
Hve. s.e. oc20-4t
v \\ tki> young men required who can
solicit good proposition to workers. Address Box
S9 Star office. oc20-7t
wantkl ) ~~tTyn kil^. Colt nick MEN. CEILING
rectors, sheet ir.>n pipe men, warm air furnace
ineu in Pittsburg. Pa. Steady work for good
iiicii; wages to 50c. per hour and strictly
free open shop. Address J A. A. BRO . N, 0th
floor, lle.-reii bldg. Pittsburg. Pa. ocl7-St
\V A N 1 i:i? I I.AI X wiiri KRS EVERYWHERE
may earn big money at home corresponding for
newspapers; experience unnecessary; light, pleas
?..? uvuu IU1 |>auituiai3. t IVC.OO Olkl"
UlCATE. Lo. kport, N. Y. ocll-21t*
>V ANTKD- I XPKRIKNC KD MEN FOR DELIVERY
WA'.MNS. AI.SO I'VCKKItS A.M.) addrksskr3
- i K(i.\i is n> v i: a its or a<jb apply heTSVKKN
h AM' It: \ M , to C. J. tuklanur,
Willi WooDWAKD & LOT11ROP. oclj-tf
\V \NTKD-EXPERIENVKl) YUt'NO SALESMEN
for dre-H upholstery, lace curtains, white
goods and domestics. Apply between 8 and 10
tt ui. to II. G. J A (JOBS, with Woodward & Lothrop
gc2.jeo.tf
\VAVli;i) MEN TO TRY OUR BUCHU GIN. *OE
k i'1 lit*v .4:id bladder fruble; prescription of late
l?r. Warner of Baltimore. Sold only by THIS
john WKDDERlil'RN COMPANY. 618 F it.
elU-tf
DOMESTIC.
WANTKI> HITLER. $<*>; BOTLBE. <45; SEPand
man. $33: furnace man. LADIES' EXOliAN??K,
8*'7 Vermont ave.
~MAXlf OB TBMALB.
"waniki' wk want ACTIVE YOUNG MEN OR
wum**n to take subscription* for The Churchman
!i: this locality; exi?erlHnce desirable; large ' coinexclusive
time not required. Write,
gwln* N?jtt references llf possible from an Kplsrt.jMl
-.-rgyuiunt. to THK CHL'RPHMAX <X5M1'A.N
^ i hurcbman building. New York.
v v n I v i> TmT v77j want a competent stenogrspher
or bookkeeper? Apply STKAYER'S
It! S!n!-*ss COLI.KtiE, lltb aud F 8ts. n.w.;
*pbo:>e Main 3430. se&-tf
VANTKli a WOMAN FOR OI1AMBERWORK
auti WHiting; stay nights. J.MT Rhode Island ave.
v antk 1 > vot n<; <;ikl a bo i t 15 to assist
1u ladies' tailor parlor; must be neat. 1024 14th
at n.w.
wavirr>?half GROWN girl to assist
with cure of baby aud housework; private family]
Kt?-i wages paid; must go home nights. Call
18."**; ?i?i n.w.
WANTKi) AN KXPERIHNOED FUR SAUvS
Ia?ly Apply Immediately. M. PHILIPSBORN A
Co . *>!<? 11th n.w., city. oc23-3t
TV A VI Kl>~ ( OLOUiin (ilRL, NEAT APPRABANOE,
Ini. li^cnt. for position paying $10 per week.
Address L. K. H., Star office.
V\ \ 1 I TT AN KXf'KHIENCKD HArRDKESSBH
who know s how to (lo hair work. 728 11th at,
rt2.it
WAM'Kl) ,\ YOUNG LADY GABHIEB WHO
U'is . 1?. knowledge of t*K>kkee|>lnf ?n<l type*
" ' ^ | f F C . Star oAce. oo22 8t
&
WANTED?HELP.
ramu.
WANTED AT 101 PA. AVE. N.W., WHITE WAIT
oc2S-2t*
WANTED -SALESLADIES? A HIGH-CLASS
SPECIALTY STORK DESIRES THE
SERVIi'ES OK COMPETENT SALESLADIES
OK GOOD ADDRESS AND
CHARACTER. PERM A.\ EXT POSITION
WITH <;u'>l) SALARY TO THOSE SAl'ISKACTORY.
ADDRESS. WITH REFERENCES,
ROX Hi, STAR OFFICE.
oc2*J-3t
WANTED - EXPERIENCED HANDS TO ALTER
o-ats anil skirts; also young girl a* stock clcrk.
Apply Alteration Department, WM. H. McK.NF.IV
< ().. tl.'l.'l l'a. are. oc22-3t
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
WANTED-J. L. LEVERTON A CO.. THE Women's
ontergrarment store, 1115 O St., have positions
for several experienced bands In the alteration
department; salary $7.00 per week and
permanent. oc21-3t
\VANTKD-fiiOROUGIJLY KXPERIENCEDCOAT
and suit saleswomen. Address Box 107. Star
office. ocl6-tf
WANTED-YOUNG LADY TO ADDRESS CJRCOlars.
Address Box 22. Star office. oc9-3<K
W A XT E D?- W OMEN fo"TllY~OUR~BDCBD GIN.
for kldnej and bladder troubles; prescription of
late Dr. Warner of Baltimore. Sold only bj
THE JOHN WEDDERBLRN CO.. 618 F ?L
ft l9-tf
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED WORKERS AND
learners on paper boxes. GEO. P. KILLIAN CO..
432 Pa. ave. se21-tf
_____
WAITED?YOUNG GIRL (GERMANS HOUSEwork;
no washing. Mrs. L. CHAKPENTIER,
7sr. et at n it
WANTED ? WHITE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; no washing and ironing. Apply at
1101) G n.w. oc%3-3t*
WANTED GOOD I'LAIN COOK AND GENERAL
hoiiseworkfr: no upstairs work or washing; stay
nights. 225 R n.e. o*-23-2t
WANTED WHITE WORKING HOI'SEKEEPER
for widower, $23; other help employed. LAPIES'
EXCHANGE. HOT Vermont aye.
WANTED ? CAPABLE WHITE COOK. $40;
white cook. $33; cook, $30. LADIES' EXC'HANGE,
SO" Vermont ave.
WANTED -PLAIN COOKS FOR FAMILIES;
wages. $2."., $20. $1S, $13. LADIES- EXCHANGE.
807 Vermont ave.
WANTED WHITE WAITRESS. $23; WAITRESS.
$2?>: housemaid. $20; private families. LADIES'
EXCHANGE. SOT Vermont ave.
WANTED WHITE Nl'RSE FOR INFANT. $23;
olen rr.^ul ii-l.ltn X t TtTVC1 fc'YPII \ VilW
807 Vermont ave.
WANTED WHI TE LAINDRESS. ASSIST CI1AMbermaid,
amnll family; also capable waitress.
LADIES' EXCHANGE. 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED TIIHEE GENERAL HOCSEWORKERS
for nrlvate families. $20. $18, $15. LADIES'
EXCHANGE, 8i>7 Vermont ave.
WANTED?COLORED COOK. $23; COOK, $20;
cook. $18; cook. $15. LADIES' EXCHANGE,
807 Vermont ave.
WANTED?A GOOD COOK; BEST REFERENCES
required. 925 17th at. oc23-3t*
WANTED?RELIABLE SINGLE WOMAN." COOK
ami general housework: small family; no washing;
must stay nights. 1020 Mass. ave. Oc23-2t*
WANTED ? WHITE" WOMAN; OEini:/> OR
Swede preferred; for general housework In small
family; no washing, and good wages paid for
satisfactory service. Call, with references, before
noon. 2210 It st. oc23-2i*
WANTED?A MIDDLE AGED WHITE WOMAN
housekeeper in u family of two: me who desires
a pleasant home ami kind treatment; inferences
required. Address Box 20. Star office.
WANTED?AT 14oi? KY1TI ST. N.W.. A WOMAN
to do general housework and cook; no washing;
family small; must stay at nights; r-fereices
r Mi'ilr?'d. oc^3-2t*
WANTED?A SETTLED WOMAN TO ( OJK,
wash an;l iron l'or small family in flat; ?ro home
at night. 135 12th st. s.e. oeii-'J-^t*
WAKTEI)?RELIABLE WOMAN FOR GENfcil-**
housework; white preferred. 1006 M st. n.w.
oc23-3t*
WANTED WHITE XUKSE FOR CHILD FIFTEEN
months old; assist with older children. Inquire
at 606)6 E st. n.w. oc23-3t*
WANTED YOlNulilltL FOR TUB COI NTRY;
wages, $!>.00. Call 022 Sth st. n.w. o<-23-3t*
WANTED.-^ *OOK ANI) HOUSEMAID; REFER en?*es
required. Apply 1K23 Belmont road, between
18th st. and Columbia mad. oc23-3t
WANTED?A COMPETENT COOK. APPLY AT
2030 Hillyer pla.-e. oc23 :tt
WANTED?EXPERIENCED GIRL TO ASSIST IN
housework and care for baby. Apply 1514 K 8t.
o?'23-2t
WANTED-COLORED HOUSEMAID; MUST STAY
nights. Apply immediately H>J4 10th.
WANT EI T A WHITE WOMAN AS OHA.WllEUmald
and waitress and assist with two children;
references required. Call at 10-0 S st. oc23-2t*
WANTED 0>I,oKED WTTMA.N TO COOK, WASH
and iron: must stay at night. 313 Johu Marshall
pla'-?> st. n.w.)
WANTED - A CAl 'ABLE. NEAT <;IKL FOR CIIAMbermald
and waitress, with good references. Apply
1312 Ij n.w. oc23-2t
WANTED ?A SETTLED WOMAN FOR -KN
eral housework in family of two; one fond of
pets; must stay at night and be well recommended.
1740 0 at. n.w. oc22 3t*
WANTED?CUl^ >1JED WOMEN FOR COOK AND
housework; family of three. Apt. 20l>. East r
Floreuco Court. oc22-2t*
VVANTKU WOMAN TO ( OOK, WASH AND IRON;
stay at lu>me nights. 1817 lDth st. n.w.
oc22-3t*
WANTKD WOMAN. COOK, WASH AND IKON;
well recommended ami thoroughly competent;
good pay. Apply 1235 Glrard st. oc22-3t
want;:i? a ikikd woman"" for general
housework In small family; stay nights. 3313
N st. oc22-3t
WANTKD?AT ONCE. A RES 1?E( TABLE. COM*petent
woman to cook, wash and iron in small
family: must stay nights; best of city references
required. Apply 145> Harvard st. oc*22-2t
WAN I KD -WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOtSEwork:
small family; good wages. 1313 Glrard st.
oc21-3t*
WANTED?WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOl'SEwork,
2 in family. $10 per monlh; references.
Call 1009 10th st. oo21-3t
WANTED?GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
familv of three; stay nights. 1211 Kenyou st.
oc21-3t*
WANTED?A WHITE COOK AND A WHITE
waitress; small family. Apply 1021 N. H. ave.
?>r20-4t
WANTED?2, COMPETENT WHITE WOMEN
one as cook, other to clean and do housework;
wages, $20. Apply 01N F. ocll-tf
WA.MfcU-A ai'-ULLU iU UU UC.^1eral
housework in a small family. Apply 1221 0
st. n.w. sel7-tf
WAITED?SITUATIONS.
One cent a \vor<l for 15 words.
_____
WANTED?BY A YOUNG COLORED MAN, A
place as washer in a steam laundry. Address
1149 lUth st. n.w.
WANTED-YOUNG MAN, SIX MO NTH 8 FROM
Ireland, desires employment as bartender. Address
M. J. M., 15 .Sea ton place n.e. o<*23-2t*
WANTED YOUNG COLORED MAN FROM <"Ol Ntry
wishes place around house or store. 2041) L
st.
WANTED BY A SOBER AND INDUSTRIOUS
young white man, a place to work evenings fiuia
6 to 11 p.m. Address X. Y. Z., Star office.
Q'-23-2t*
WANTED?BY AN EXPERIENCED D. E. BOOKkeeper
and typewriter, situation; best references.
Address BOOKKEEPER, 122.'i 5th n.w. oc23-2t*
WAN 1 ED COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND
stenographer wishes position with some mercantile
house; wholesale experience; best refs. Address
Box 38, Star office.
WANTED I'.V COLORED MAN, PLACE AS BIT?
ier; rwi reierences. auuresa j. u. Li., u~- Lj si.
11. w.
WANTED PLACE AS IIOISEBOY OR WORK
around house. 71? 10th at. n.w.
WA NTBD WATC11M A N 1R >SITION. BANK. PRIvnte
or public building; steady, reliable, highly
recommended. Address Box 3o, Star office.
oe23-2t
WANTED BY STEADY, ALI.-ROUND MAN,
place around store, or anywhere. Address Box
40. Star office.
WANTED?POSITION AS ASSISTANT I>tiAJ?TSman,
in patent attorney or patent draftsman's
office; salary, $40 per month. Address Box 42,
Star office. oc23-2t?
WANTED?BY YOUNG MAN. POSITION TO
learn to become a chauffeur; best reference*. Address
U. HILL. Northeast Market.
WANTED?BY* YOU NO COLOHKD MAN, PLACE
to attend to furnaces. 1712 Marion at. n.w.
WANTED A PLACE AS A GOOD COOK; GOOD
reference. Address SAMUEL OOX, 823 F at. s.w.
oc22-2t*
WANTED?POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN Experienced
in typewriting and office work. Address
Box 12. Star office. oc22-3t*
WANTED-PLACE AS BUTI-KK UK DKlVEtt.
Address W. I*. A., Star office. oc20-4A*
" DOMESTIC.
WANTED?BY YOt.SU COLORED MAN, TO DO
housecleanlng. Address 117 nth st. s.e.
WANTED?BY YOUNGf COLO RED~MA.N, WORK
of any kind; good butler; good ref. Address Box
25. Star office.
WANTED?8ITUATION, FRENCH CIIEF; P Rita
tu family; moderate wage*; butler, houseman.
LADIES' EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR BUTLER OR
coachman; and Janitor, fireman, or houseman.
"EUREKA," 1011 New York ave.
WANTED - TELEPHONE RELIABLE EXCHANGE,
1211 10th St.; clMfa, second cook,
butler, waiters, coachman, bellboy, Janitor, porters,
dishwashers, watchman.
1 WANTED-BY RKUABLE COLORED BOY FROM
country, place to drlre for doctor or work around
house. 1013 V st.
WANTBD-BY COLORED MAN, POSITION AS
ffunfUmtn'# valdt 1?n1trtP rtP wr?rk! alan
first -class horseman; beet personal reference. I
AMEY. 1920 It ?t. n.w. oc22-8t?
FEKAIiB.
WANTED-BY A DRESSMAKER^ WORK AT
borne or out bj tfce da/. Addren 1006 W it i.w.
*
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
_ mug.
WANTED?BY A COLORED GIRI,, PLACE TO
work with dressmaker, or office work. Oill or
address 1731 10th st. n.w.
WANTED?PORTION AS STENOGRAPHER AND
Typewriter; experienced; rererence; numerate salary.
^Address J. A. M., Star office. oe23-2t*_
WANTKD-BY DRESSMAKEll WHO THOROUOHly
understands aH branches. of sewing. tailoring
ajlso, sewing to take home. Call 1134 22d at.
n.w.
WANTED?TRAINED NURSE Willi TRAVEL
with invalid; good sailor; nervous cases a specialty.
Address X. Y., Star office. oc? -5t*
WANTED- BY STUDENT. POSfffON WATTING
morning and evening. Address WILLIAMS, 1835
Vermont ave., local. oc23-2t
WANTED?(X) LOR ED GIRL" WLSHEK PLACE~T0
sew with dressmaker bv dav or week: also wo
man wants day's work or washing home. B28
Florida ave.
WANTED?COPYING AT HOME OK IN OFFICE.
Address A. B. J.. Star office. oc22-3t*
DOMESTIC. ~
WANTED?A PLACE). GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
in flat. Apply to 1904 New York ave.
WANTED?BY RES PETTA BI.E COLORED WOman,
plnr-p tf> do g*?nprai housework, in small
family. 2030 13th st.
WANTED - PLACE. HofSECLEANING AND
washing. 1731 loth st. n.w.
WANTED WASHINGTNDTRII.MNG TO DO AT
homo. 1635 4th st. n.w. or23-2t*
WANTED -SITVATION ~VS ClIA.MltEUMAlI) OR
waitress by young while girl. Call 107 11 st.
n.w. oi'23-3t*
WANTED?BY A GOOD, RELIABLE COLORED
woman, situation as a cook. 1222 12tli st. n.w.
ov23-2t *
WANTED- BY COLORED WOMAN. WASHING
or u place as cook or inuiu. 1<4i Oregon ave.
WANTKI)?PLACK AS C'7>OK ~~OR CHAMP.!^Itwork.
Ajjp'y 2142 Newport place. oc23-5l*
wXvri:i>--wTsiiFng and ironing- first"
class work. Call or address 1343 27th st. n.w.
WANTED?A ('HAMRKKMAI1 > \S~PLACE; GOOD
references. 2023 11th st. n.w.
WANTKU"PLACE TO DO ilAUNDRY WORK, OR
by day. 1705 Seaton n.w.
WANTK I >~W~A" < )l7ut K I> GIRL. PLACK AS
chambermaid. 430 3d st. n.e.
WANTK I > "BY AN EX PE1U KM JED WHITE
chambermaid, place In a first-class family. Address
1313 0th n.w. oc23-2t*
WANTED BY DAY. SEWING CHILDREN S
clothe. Address Box 24, Star office. oc23-2t*
WANTED liT TOUXO GIRL, PLACE^AS LADY'S
maid; can sew. Address Box 47. Star oiHce.
oc23-2t
W A NTH I) IIY A YOl'NG GIRL, PLVCE AS
.nurse; can give high references; wages. $3u. Address
Box 59, Star office. oe23-2t*
WAN TKI ? I: Y "TWO" COLOR ED GIRLS. PLA'CSS
as chambermaids; hotel or apartment house. 308
Q n.w. oc23-2t#
WANTED BY WHITE WOMAN. PL A OB AS
general htinseworker; references. Address Box
32. Star office.
WANTE1>~1 SY EXPERIENCE!) CH AM REKMAID;
do darniug and mending; first-class family. Address
Box 35, Star office. oc23-2t*
WANTED?*'OL<)RED COOK FROM ~ BOSTON
would like situation; no washing. 1208 T st.
n.w.
WANTED?COLO RED GIRL WIS11 ES~ CI IA MB KRwork;
ref. 1208 T sr. n.w.
WANTED-BY COLORED GTRL. PLACE AS GENeral
house worker In small family. 921 4th st.
?\v
WANTED?BY RELIABLE COLORED WOMAN,
place as general houseworker. Call or drop postal.
1108 20tli st.
WANTED^BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED WOinan,
washing to do at home. Address 1413
Church st. n.w.
v> A.vrntLr?l'ljA'.r* ia miall rAAiiL?i.
eral housework. 1!621 O st. n.w. oc23-2t*
WANTKl) I7I.A< GERMAN LADY'S M A ID
ami seams-1 ess: several other maids. LADIES'
EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED "SITUATION^ EFFICIENT WIDTH
nursf. two rears' reforeuce; other nurse. LADIETS'
EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED^]BY EXPE1 {1BN CED WHITE LA UNdress,
situation; also several colored laundresses.
LADIES' EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave.
W A NTED-SITl* ATIONS FOR THREE NEAT
colored housemaids, with city references. LADIES'
EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED SITCATTONTT FOR COM POTENT
cook and nurse?-housemaid. 'EUREKA," lull
New York ave.
WANTKI>?B\~"RESPECTABLE COLOR!*:!) GIRL,
place as chamr>ermald in Washington proper. Address
2907 Q st.
WANTED- BYFIRST-CLASS COOK. PLACE AS
cook or will do general housework: can give best
references; those paying less than $18 or *20 need
not call. Call for 3 days 2f?15 Q st.
WANTED-BY GIRL. PLAilc AS CHAjllJERinald:
private family. 1030 Florida ave.
WANTED ? WASHING TO DO~~AT HOME. 1907
17th st.
WANTKD-BY CO LO RE L> W( )MAN. P LACE TO
cook; stay nights. 1932 lOtli st.
WANTED?CLE A NINO OFF ICE OK FLAT OR
washing out. Call or write II. B., 40 Fenton 8t.
n.e. ~
WANTED?POSITION AS FIRST-OLASS COOKing
or general office cleaning. Apply 4';> G st.
n.w. oc23-2t*
WANThD-BV FIRST-CLASS LA l NDRESSTWASHing
to do at home. Address 1218 3d st. s.w.
'WANTED- - BY COLORED WOMAN. WASHING
and ironing to take borne. ROSE CARTER, 957
Florida ave. n.w.
WANTED-BY~~SIRL, PLACE TO WO*. HALF
grown; good wages. 301 V st. n.w.
WANTED-BY YOUNG '(H3LOR ED WOMAN,
washing to take home. 1712 Marion st. n.w.
WANTED?WKST END AGENCY. 1683 82D ST.,
homes for 4 good .colored women; references.
WANTED ? BY FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS,
washing to do at borne. Call or address 1713
Vermont ave.
WANTED?LAUNDRY WORK HOME OR OUT
In* Hhv 1W
WANTED?BY COLORED WOMAN, FIRST-CLASS
cook, restaurant, hotel or cafe; references. ltJ32
llt-h st. n.w.
WANTED?SITUATIONS. FIRST-OLASS PLAIN
cooks. chambermaids, general workers, nurse,
laundress, seventeen-year-old girl, light njusework.
EXCHANGE, 1211 loth at.
WANTED?BY NEAT, RELIABLE COLORED
girl. place as cook or work in general; references.
1828 Wlhberger st.
WANTED - BY COMPETENT WOMEN, PLACES
cooking; others chambermaids, waitress or general
houseworker. 1635 11th st. n.w.
W A NTED-PLAOE AS COOK OR CHAMBER
mala or nurse. iuiu si. u.*r.
WANTED?BY FIRST-CLASS COOK. PLACE IN
private family. Call or address 1140 ltfth St. n.w.
oc 22-21*
WANTED-BY A GOOD LAUNDRESS. WASHING
to take hom?. 341 V St. n.w. oc22-2t
WASTED?I'LACE A3 CHAMBERMAID BY A
girl who Is willing to learii. Oall at 112 Washington
St.. Anacostla. oc22-3t
WANTED-BY RESPECTABLE COLORED W<>
man, place as chambermaid and waitress, audress
K. A. B., Star office. oc22-3t?
WANTED "BY TWO RESPECTFUL COLORED
girls, places as chambermaids or waitresses. 43
D st. n.w oc22-4t*
WANTED-BY RESl'ECTABIJS CULORED WOMun,
place as cook. Call 1265 25th at. u.w.
oc22-2t
WANTED?BY THREE COLORED WOMEN,
first-class laundry work at home; also day's work
out. 141!) X st. n.w. oc22-2t*
WANTED?YOl'NG WHITE GIRL FROM VA.
would like place aa chambermaid In hotel. Address
Miss MORRIS, 411 7th st. a.w. oc22-3t
WANTED?BY F1KST-GLASS COOK, SITUATION
In flrst-clusi private family; no washing, ironing;
can giT? flrat-clasa reference. 1181 New
Hampshire are, n.w. oc22-2t
" PROPOSALS. 3
4 Une?. It.. 60c. 3t,tl.20. lwlt.,|2.52. lmo..|7.30REFORM
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA.?Sealed proposals will be
received at the superintendent's office, at the Reform
School for Girls of the District of Colombia, on the
Conduit rnnil near the District of Columbia booadary
line, until Thursday, the 20th day of October.
1906. at IJ o clock m., and then opened, for the
erection and completion of a two-story brick bnild
log to be located op toe rrounrta or eald Reform
School, ob the Conduit road near the District of
Columbia boundary line. The plans and specifications
for salu building may be seen and examined
at the office of Wyeth * Cresson. No. 1517 B street
northwest. Washington. D. 0. The right to reject
any and all proposals la reserved. CHAPIN BROWN,
President. Board of Trustees. ocl3-13t
ACCOUNTANTS.
4 line*. It., 90c. St. $1.30. 1 wk.. 13-53. 1 mo.. (7.20.
roiss
Public Accountant and Auditor.
Offices. 707 and 70S,
Washington Loan and Trust building,
tth and V sts. a.w. Telephone B7X
MeroaaMls, Corporation and Legal Accooatlaf.
A Convenience for
Telephone Subscribers.
The Star receives Classified
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
within ten days.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent a word each time for 15 words a times.
WANTED ? TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS.
When Belling why not drop postal to an old reliable
firm? II. MARKS. 307 Ttli. opposite Sak?\
or 'phone Main 1903. or23-tf
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB
WORN GARMENTS, LADIES'. GENTLEMEN'S *
f!UTT n?U?v?a cunpo a. *t a ma t vtv ? unnmt
u luivuu n ua ao> nil x &
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL ANT HOUR.
J. TARSHKS, 1308 7TU N.W. 'Phone North 439.
oc23-8t*
WANTED?(jASH PAID FOR FURNITURE, CARpets,
office and store fixtures of all kinds. Furniture
stored, packed and shipped. Address BAUM.
912 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone Main 1254. oc23-tf
WANTED?FK EIGHT CLAIMS TO A DJTST:
terms reasonable. Address Box 38, Star oiHre.
oo23-3t*
WANTED?OL1) GEESE AND DUCK FEATHER
beds: double other buyers' cash orices. Address
C. F. DICKINSON, General Delivery, Wnshliigton.
oc23-10t?
WANTED TO BUY TWO CIGAR SHOW GASES.
Address II. M. L., star office.
WANTED?RESPONSIBLE PARTY WOULD STOKE
furniture a year or more for use of samo and
pay removal. Address li-u 23, Star office.
WANTED-lSXXi ORIENT BUCKlToAJtDrMUST'HE
clieap. Address J. Q. BAZZELL, Terra Cotta,
D. C. oc23-3t* .
WANTED ?Tf > BUY AN UPRIGHT PIANO IN
good condition; state loweat casn price. Address
Box 30, Star office. oc23-3t*
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID~iFOB
CAST-OKF CLOTHES. LADIES' OR GENTLEMEN'S.
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL.
Phone North 1755. W. RICE. 1332 7th ?t. n.w.
oc22-29f
WANTED?A SECOND-HAND ELECTRIC MOtor;
direct current; not less than three horsepower;
must be In flrst-class order; state price
aim aeutus. Aaaresa iva131U.njl>, uox jo, aiar
office. oc22-1t
WANTED PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND~ OF
mechanical work; facilities ilrst class for experiments
and perfecting and repairing machines.
Call or address 424 L st. Sc.e. oc21-3t*
WANTED ? DRESSMAKING ? INFANTS AND
children; also embroidery. Will cfUl. Address
l*ox#3, Star office, oc21-3t*
W A N TKIV-LAI) IKS DESIRING STYLISH A NT)
becoming hats to call at U22 Mass. ave. n.w. and
try the milliner whose motto Is, "Pleased customer
or no sale." oc21-3t#
W A NTED?SE WI NO MAOHIN B~ ST A N D A RD
make, in tirst-class condition; price must be
moderate. H. C. C., Star office. oe21-3t*
WANTED-CARPETS TO LAY. MAKE; FLOORS
staining, waxing and polishing; 20 years* experience
as a general workman. H. J. HOWELL,
1G1T1 lath St. n.w. oc20-4t#
WANTED?HORSES WINTERED; WARM STAble;
terms moderate; references. Address M.
KIRK, Jr.. Norbeck, Md. tfc20-7t*
WANTED?DIAMONDS, ONE TO FOUR 1KTS.;
$1?*> per kt. up; old gold, silver and city pawn
tk-kets bought; money to loan also, 'Phone M.
4878. A Hit A HAMS, Bonded Broker. 433 9th n.w.
oc5-d,eSu-4
WANTED - IIKJIIKST CASH PRICKS PAID. WORN
garments, ladies', gentlemen's, children's shoes
and hats, any amount. Address postal, I will call.
A. KMC10SKY, loOti 7th n.w. 'Phone N. S2G0 M.
oc4-30t? __
WANTED ? EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY.
th?? nilinni_r.il iMltk H.a V. 1 or'.?>., ??,-K
price. Also furniture, ladies' and gents' clothe#.
Semi postal; will call at once. 213 7tli st. n.w.
oci!-30t*
WANTED-500 OUNCES GOLD AND SILVER
for manufacturing purposes. Old jewelry, ?llverware,
diamonds, corals, cameos, mosaics bought
for cash. 0. F, Karr, Jeweler, 018 13th, above F.
oc2-tf
WANTED?500 STOVKS AND RANGES AND all
KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. LONG *
MATTINGLY, 9TU AND you N.W.; 'phonp
N 708-M. ae25-90t,4
WANTED-ANYTHING TO SELL HI' PUBLIC
auction; Include ft in Saturday's sale at WESOHLER'S,
920 Pa. ave. n.w. se24-30t
wanted^firnIture for cash?sell your
GOODS TO TllE MAN THAT GIVES YOU the
ItrtCT IIAV'PV ixnnnrnrm emu r* *? *xt
iuvoi jiuiiui. jiui nwf, oau au a 11.ir.
sclS-itOt
WANTKI)?SELL YOUR CAST~OFF CLOTHING
to the man tliat pays you the meat money. I>rjp
postal. I will call in my unlettered carriage.
BURNSTKIN. COT l> at. n.w. ae!7-Wt
WANTED - SPOT CASH PAID FOR GOOD
ecoud-band UPRIGHT PIANOS. Call or addreag
1231 G St. ao27-tf
WANTED?OLD CARPETS WOVEN INTOriNH
art rugs; only weaving concern here.
WASHINGTON RUG CO.. 931 5th n.w.
Phone M. 4325. apl9-tf I
WANTED ? t FRIGHT PIANOS" ROUGHT F<jJi
cash. WORCU'S, 923 F. Square! and organs
taken In exchange. my31 it
WANTED^ HIGH EST CAS H~P RICES PAID ICR
.In.hii.. " . "V-' I
dren's; address postal; will call try time. H.
BURNSTEIN. 1314 7th ?t. n.w. 'Phone 4390 X.
Sfe4-80t
WANTED?IF YOU ABE Q1VINO UP HOUSEkeeping
ami wish to sell part or all of your forDltuie.
send for the man who has the reputation
of 20 years' fair dealing. MARCUS NOTES. 428
flth st. n.w.; phone Main B171. fe3-tf
WANTED?THE OLD AND PRESENT STOCK holders
of the First Co-Operatlve Building As?>clatlon
to know that subscription books are still
open. From $2.50 to $5,000 taken on deposit.
Four per cent interest paid. This association lies
been established for a quarter of a century. Come
to office. 1329 S2d at. n.w.. for particulars. iet2 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 times.
LOST?SATURDAY, FEMALE ROSTOV TERrler
pap, brlndle. Return to G22 Pa. avf?. and
get reward. oc23?3t*
LOST?SATURDAY EVENING. IX VICINITY OP
Convention Hall or 18th and Connecticut ave..
brown alligator pocketbook, containing bills and
Pennsylvania mileage book. Name W111U Irwin
Morrison stamped on book. Reward If returned
to PHILLIP NEWTOX. 1210 18th St.
LOST?OX 7TH ST. CAR.OCT. 31, GOING1 NORTH
wara, oiacit pocaexoooK. fiease remrn win
n.w. and receive reward. oc23-3t*
IiOST ? BRINDLE BULL TERRIER BITCH;
Providence, address and tag No. on collar. Reward.
1823 18th n.w. oc23-3t*
STRAYKD OR STOLEN-LARGE RED COW;
left 1 a.m. Sunday; pretty horns, mark size of a
dollai\ chain 30 or 40 ft. long. Reward. ARTHUR
L. EDWARDS, Cbappell and Grant rds.
oc23-3t
LOST?ON 13TH BETWEEN P AND PENNA.
ave., on Oct. 23, about 9 a.m., black silk watch
fob, with gold cross pendant. Reward if notice
is given to 1025 Lam on t st. n.w. oc23-3t*
LOST?BLACK ENGLISH RETRIEVER; LARGE
collar. Return 146 R n.e.; recelvo reward.
oc22 3t
LOST-SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20, ON MARKET
space, 7th or E st. n.w., about 8:46 p.m., a
small black purse containing $59.00 or $00.00.
Finder will please return to Star olBce and get
reward. oc22-3t*
LOST-A BROWN IRISH SETTER; ANSWERS
to the name of Frank. Reward if returned to
1432 Pierce place. oc22-3t*
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN?ON THE 1?TH
Instant, from ray farm at Silver Spring*, \fd.?
dark bay horse. 0 years old, about 1,100 pounds,
fifteen and three-quarters hands; little wnite on
both hind feet. $23 reward. MONTGOMERY
BLAIR, Corcoran bldg. oc32-3t*
LOST?ON STREET CARS, THURSDAY-, OOfI
<n ..I A f - ... 1.^1 ,n' ? M . . _ .1, . . .
IB, uixjul u p.m., iBuieo 3u*cr ruaieiaiw: wuicu,
monogram L. A. M. on back, going from bureau
engraving to 2lst and H n.w.; reward for return
to J. H. TRIMBLE, 1007 O St. n.w.
oc21-3t*
LOST?FRIDAY. OCT. 18, ON 31ST, ABOVE P
n.w., Dresden ribbon belt, with square, long,
narrow, silver buckle; large Initials K. M. R.
engraved; reward. 8134 P st. n.w. oc21-3t*
LOST ? BREASTPIN, 8 - STON'H DIAMONDS,
and pair solitaire earrings, Saturday afternoon oo
way from Washington Safe Deposit Co. to Shore
bam Hotel. A urge reward will be nam for tuelr
recovery and no questions asked. Inquire office.
Hotel ShoreUam. oel8-X0t*
FOE RENT?OFFICES. ~~
4 lines. It- 50c. 3t.|1.00. Iwk..t2.88. 1 mo.. >7.20.
FOR RENT?DESK ROOM, INCLUDING HOTS
water heat, electric light, toilet, hot and cold
water; splendid location for real estate or bnslnesa
of like character. Basement cor. of 5m and
East Capitol its. Bright quartera; 8 windows; one
month free; only $7.30 per mo. C. W. NEWHOUSER.
424 Eaat Capitol at. oc22-tot*
1820 N. y. AVE FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR
office rooma, suitable for real estate, dentists,
Ac.; handsome building, renta low; situation unsurpassed.
KARRIOK & MHTTOALF,
oc21-3t 1333 Q st n.w.
FOR RENT?801 19TH N.W.. SEVERAL FINK
offices or studio*, at low prices; plenty of light
and space. See them.
GEO. W. UNIONS,
oc20-12t,e3u 600 19th at. n.w.
FOR RHNT-IN THE JORDAN-BLOOMER BUM}.,
1809 Q st. n.w.; everything new and modern;
rents, only $20 to $25, which Includes heat,
light and janitor service.
JORDAN & BLOOMER, Inc., 1306 Q at. n.w.
ocS-tf
FOE BEBT?PIANOS. "
FOB RENT?YOU CAN RENT A HIGH-GRADE
nfano fmm na for tR and un m>r month! fiO int.
rights to aelcct from; all In perfect condition.
F. G. SMITH PIANO CO..
cis tf.s m& Pa. are.
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
One cent ? word for 18 word*. 1
FURNISHED.
I-ARGB FRONT ROOM. WITH ALCOVE; SUIT- j
?hle two gentlemen; northwest; 3 block* Dupont
Circle; telephone; nesr o?rs; quiet neighborhood;
no other roomers. Address 3. B. B . star office.
oc23-2t'
ONE FURNISHED ROOM; PRIVATE FAMILY;
to gentleman only. t)H 11th st. n.w. oo23-3t*
1341 Q N. W. -EXCEPTION ALLLY LARGE SEComl
storr front room; southern exposure; suitable
for married couple or 3 young men; reasonable
rates. oo23-Bt
1516 9TH ST. N.W.?LARGE. BRIGHT. WRl-Llieated
second atory front room, $15 per month.
oc23-3t*
1223 15TH ST N.W.?NICELY FURNISHED. 1
well-heated. well-kept second-floor front room;
fine location.
512 I> 8.E.?TWO ROOMS. FTRNISHEi) FOR '
light housekeeping. oc!?>-2t*
FOR RENT?SEVRRAf. Pt'nvrcnnn
- _ ? . ?4' t attllOIlHI/ U\m?fIO J
with private family; steam heat; excellent board
across street. 1723 U gt. n.w. oc23-.U*
1720 H ST. N7w~IN A SELECT SECTION AND
central, one large furnished parlor; alao other
furnished rooms. ?>c2'$-i>t*
913 RHODE ISLAND AVE?TWO rLEASANT
south rooms, adapted for couple who wish to prepare
their own breakfast. oc23-3t
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM OR ROOMS,
second floor. 1464 Girard st. n.w.
1220 13TH ST. N.W.?FINE. LARGE FRONT
room, second floor; large closet; $15 monthly.
LARGE FRONT ROOM; ALSO SECOND-STORY
southern room; delightful locution. 1372 Harvard
gt. n.w. oc23-4t*
FOR RENT - 4 LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
rooms and 1 hall room, newly furnished; within
five squares of War Department. Apply 2144
H street n.w. oc2S-3t*
410 6TH ST. NTW.; STEAM HEAT; BATH EAOH
flnor- Srt ? mr?r?tv? ??*??? ' 1 "
t. - ntixM minoni. v rnirai ipcaiion. ^
FOR RENT?OXB LARGE FIRXISHED SBCOXDfloor
front room; suitable for two. 1819 Corcoran
st. n.w. j
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Fl'KX I SI 1 ED ROOMS;
southern exposure; with or without board; private
family; convenient two lines cars. 1223
Irving st. oe22-3t* j
1334 11TH ST. X.W.?TWO COMMUNICATING
second-story front rooms; uewiy furnished; also
unfurnished room; bath every floor. oc22-3t*
LARUE^ FRO XT ROOM, ~SE< !ONI> FLOOR. A N D
aiou uau ruuui; scumern exposure. 319 L st.
n.w. oc22-2t* \
FOR GENTLEMAN; SOUTHERN KAPOSI HE:
steam heat, with use of combination pool and
billiard table on same floor; 'phone service free; :
$10. 1013 Otis place n.w. ?>c22-3t*
1207 Q N.W.?TWO~WELL-FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, complete for light housekeeping; splendid ^
location; 2 car lines; moderate rates. oc22-tf
FOR RENT?TWO ROOMS. COMPLETELY FUBnished
for 1. h. k., $18. 1811 0th st. n.w. oc22 3t
FOR RENT?GENTLEMEN ROOMERS WANTED 1
at 608 3d st. n.w. oo22-7t
NICELY Ft'KM SHED FRONT ROOM IN MODprll
nimrl oil ~
uuua?, UI1 wuicuirutw, circinc ?
light, err.; rpry desirable; terms reasonable.
Address Box 18, Star office. oo22-3t*
NICELY FOBKISHBD BOOM FOB GENTLBMAH;
southern exposure. 1342 Glrard St.. Columbia
Heights. oc'il tt 1
FOR RENT? FURNISHED PARLOR. ISr FLOOR.
lirlynte family of adults. 013 A st. g.e. jc21 -3t
1014 15TH ST. N.W.?DESIRAHLE ROOMS, EN !
suite or single, with or without bo?rd; telephone.
' oc21-3t*
TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN 1
mmny 01 iwo aauus; telephone, gas and heat;
gentlemen; ref. 1746 Q n.w. oc21-4t*
1920 H ST. N.W., NEAR DEPARTMENTS; ROOMS 1
for rent single or communicating; furnace heat;
tile baths. oo22-6t
FOR RENT?COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, NICELY
furnished rooms. 1343 Girard st. oc21-3t*
MCE NEWLY PAPERED AND FURNISH ED
room for one or two gentlemen. 915 6th st. n.w.
oo21-3t*
DELIGHTFTL LOCATION. 1372 HARVARD ST.
n.w.; large frotat room; also southern 2d-story
room. o."20-4t*
600 6TH ST. N.W.?BACHELOR OR STUDENTS'
apartments, nanusomeiy rurmsne<l, nrst floor
front; private hath. oell)-6t* 1
TWO LARGE. NICELY tTKMSIIKD ROOMS,
suitable for two parties; gentlemen preferred.
1319 13th st. n.w. oclS-Ct*
IF YOU ARB~LOOKING~FOR MCE ROOMS~GO
to Gerson, Dent & Co., 611 7th st. n.w.. real estate
agents; no charges for securing rooms.
oc5-30t
TIIK OAKLAND. 2019 COL!7MBIA ROAD ATtractive
fur. rooms; apartments 50, 51 and 54;
with or without board. ocl6-14t*
FOR RENT?FI RN1SIJ ED?A PLEASANT 2Dstory
front room near bath; board If desired;
telephone. 014 T st. ocl3-tf
FOR RENT?A LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH
southern exposure to refined gentleman. 1221 O
st. n.w. sel7-tf '
FURNISHRD OR UNFURNISHED.
NICE FRONT BOOM FOR RENT; FURNISHED
or unfurnished; h'-at and gas. 1527Mi lith n.w. :
oc23-2t 1
FOR RENT? lt>23 H ST. N.W., FIRST AND KEOond-story
rooms; southern exixwure. oc23-7t
TWO ROOMS. LARGE AND SMALL; TWO IN
family; board nearby; telephone. 1381 Irving at..
Columbia Heights.
FOR RENT-LAUGH AND SMALL ROOMS, FUE^ .
liished or unfurnished. 2027 I at. n.w. oc20-7t j
1419 YOU ST.?SOUTHERN FRONT ROOM; 8
windows; 2 large closets; telephone; board if de- ,
sired; suitable for one or two. oc22-3t*
unfurnished! '
FOR RENT-4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS; HEAT, '
gas and bath. 25 K n.e.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS; L. H. K. ADdresa
or call 305 Mass. ave. n.e. oc23-8t*
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, THIRD F9LOOR. FOR
light housekeeping; beat and gas. 1010 11th at.
n.w. oc23-2t* 1
1442 OORGORAN ST.. 8 UNFURNISHED 2D FLOOR
rooms; bath, gas. heat; suitable for light housekeeping;
rent reasonable.
ONE SUITE 3 ROOMS, 3D FLOOR, HEAT. LIGHT ,
and cooking gas. 122$ X st. D ir., cor. 13th.
310 RANDOLPH PLACE N.R. 3 ROOMS, UNfurnlshed,
beat, yart gas; $20.00; for housekeeping.
oc23-2t*
FOR RENT?2 LARGE COMMUNICATING
rooms; heat; alcove; reference required; no
children; $16. 1340 D st.
1872 V ST. N.W.-2 OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS J
with or without board. oc22-;>t*
FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED FLAT. SUITABLE
for 1. li. k.; with private bath on same floor. 1024 ;
. 14th st. n.tv. ocJi 3t* 1
FOR RENT?BASEMENT DINING ROOM AND
IrltnllAn1 Gllitohla ???foi-or- inni,a 1/wia
14th st.. cor. I. n.w. oc22-iit*
ON SECOND n.OOR, TWO BRIGHT ROOMS. ]
with boat, pas an<l bath; to quiet coupile. 1137
New Hampshire are. oc21-3t*
THREE DESIRABLE UNFURNISIIEHD ROOMS.
2d floor; with or without board; or l.h.k. 942 O (
st. n.w. oc21-3t*
THE ASTORIA,
3d nii'l O sts. n.w. (near pension office).
Rooms, single or en suite. Electric
elevator. steam beat, hot water, light 1
free. Building bas modern drug store, J
excellent cafe and barber shop. AIways
open for Inspection. I
ROOMS. ?8 CP. 1
W. E. CO WEN. Manager, Room 20, 1
Bliss bids., 36 B at. n.w. 'Phone E. 685. 1
oc20-tf
WANTED?ROOMS.
One cent a word for 15 words.
WANTED?BY WOMAN'S CI.L'R, USE OP LARGE, !
pleasant room, centrally located, one night each ]
month; state price; reasonable. Address Box
214, Star office.
WANTKD? n 1 Hl.NUUU UlS.NTUK.MAfr, BOOM I.N
steam-heated flat, within 10 blocks of G. P. O.t
state location and price. Address M. R, 831
North Capitol. oc23-2t
WANTED?BY GENTLiEMAN, FURNIStlED ROOM
In modern apartment house; state terms. Address
Box 27. Star office. ooa8-2t' i
WANTED?FURNISHED ROOM CONVENIENT TO
downtown restaurants; rent, from |6 to |8 per
month; no ball rooms. Address Box 20, Star
office. ^ j
WANTED?IF YOB WANT YOUR ROOMS REXTed
bring them to GERSON, DENT & CO., 811
Tth St. n.w., as we are the only real estate
agents In the city who rent oat furnished rooms.
ocS-30t '
FOR BENT?HALLS.
FOR KENT ? " CONFEDERATE VETERANS* ,
Hall." 1410 H it. D.w., first floor, for meetinga, i
dances or otber high-class purposes; terms moderate.
THOS. W. HUXGERFORD. 617 14th M.
se20-30t <
?n n ocvt wrorn nirr rpini pttt onn\
run UIM1 x .uuotv uauu aviA* *wv;
Fine ball at 1502 14tb at. n.w., for aeleet concerts.
entertainments, balls, dancing or music I
classes, lodge, society or social meetings, bnaqnets.
etc. SPECIAL LOW RATES for morning
or afternoon music classes. For tarns applr to
Ml?o 8. T. SMITH. Jll Colotado btJg.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
On? cent a word for 15 words.
FOR RENT?HANDSOME FIKMSHKD ROOMS,
with first-class board; reaaouabl* rate. 1014
Maas. are. oc23 3t*
XVS K ST. N.W.--HANDSOMELY Fl*RNISHSS>
second-floor front room; southern exi?>sure; and
hall room; table board. oo?u,1t*
FOR RENT?NO. 51, THB BRUNSWICK, HVM>MS
and board: ten tie men preferred. oe23-2t
1226 16TK~"jn\. SOnrlTKOL^ TWO OR THREE
well-furnished communicating ir.?nt rooms to
adults; exceptional board; refined home 8ijrnnindlngs;
liTe *<juares from White llonae. oc23 2t*
2815 N ST. N. \V.?LARGE SEi\)NP-SlWY FRONT
room, furnished; southern exposure; suitable for
two persons; convenient to two ear Un^s.
oc23-3t*
BOAKI> FOR (WH,F.; PRIVATK FAMILY; RKKer?>nic?
ri-qulivd; reasonable. S4S Columbia p?d.
509 3D ST. N.W.-8M0OM? AND TillRl* * U*)H
front ro>im?. with or wlthnnt board.
LARUE SOtTH ROOM. 1'AllT/lR FLOOH; HOT
and cold water; well heated; eirelli-nt l>??rd;
teaaonabie. 1100 N T. are. u.w.
1414 H ST.?BEAUTIFUL FIRMSHKlPluKOIS;
adjoining George Washington Inlrerstty ex-client
table board; central location.
VIC'S) 3BfX>N'D-STl)RT ROOM; NEWLY I'.VPGREI)
nd nalntoal* Niaannahlo . ..iml.i ul'J II n o
oc?8-2t#
DB4IHABLK SUITE OK TWO OK THREE ROOMS;
private bath; for desirable people; table board;
private family. K. H. E.. Star oifloe. oc23-2t*
1619 19T1I X.W.?TWO ROOMS. WITH PORCKlain
bath; good board; near Conn. ave. oc23-2t*
DRSIRABLR SECOVD^STORY FRONT, FOR ONE
or two; excellent board; telephone; reasonable.
007 O at. a.e.
1769 T ST. N.W.?ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED
room, with excellent board, for gentleman or
young married couple. lo new 3-story brick;
a.m.i.; 'phone; private family; reasonable; near
ears. oc20-4t
1419 YOU ST.^SOUTHERN .FRONT ROOM; 8
windows; 2 large closets; telephone; suitable for
one or two. oci^-3t*
S'KWLY PAPERED ANT) FTUMfSHKH _ROOM
for rent, with board; table luord. 1D35 1' ?t
n. w. <>c21-7t
1405 HHOKE ISLAND AVE. TWO MCKI.Y FI'Knlshed
front nwuns, second and third floors;
southern exposure; private family. oc21-3t*
I44U N ST. N.W.?FRONT AND UACK ROOMS;
furnished; southern exposure; everj convenlem-o;
exi-ollent table. oc21-3t*
2LKGANTLV FURNI8HEI> ROOMS. EXCELLENT
table; hov.fe well ben ted. 1204 N st. n.w.
Qg8-14t* f8ii
I21H MASS. AVE N.W.-TWO LARGE ROOMS,
southern exposure; private batli; steam lw>at;
telephone; private home; references exchanged.
oc20-4t*
204 K N.W.; 2D-FLOOR SOUTH ROOM. ADjoiulng
bath; also alugle room. Klrst-clssa
board. ooaO-Tt*
rilE IROQUOIS. 1410 M; ROOM AND ROARIJ
in a new apartment house; Gth door. oc20 <3t*
JKKJHT. SfNXY. SOI THEKN - KX POS Ft>
rooms; home comforts; home cooking; with board.
1526 Q at. oc19-7t*
231 GI HARD ST.- L ARGE SOUTH FRON* ROOM!
middle room ar.d bath, single or en suite, hoard
'if desired; telephone. oclG-tf
L708 F ST. N.\V.- I>EIJOHTKUL ROOMS AND
board with pleasant southern family; $20 to $30
per month; excellent home table; piano and
telephone. ocl5-tf
LARGE! HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, with board; steam beat; tiled baths; electric
lights. 1864 Fairmont st. se20-?fod-tf
"wanted?rooms and board."
One cent a word for 15 words.
IYANTED?A LARGE FRONT SOUTHERN ROOM
near Dupont Circle, with board, for two i^ntons.
Address 1*. Q. R.. Star office. oc2t-Jt
iVANTED?BY YOUNG MAN, BOARD AND ROOM
near as possible to Corcoran Art Gahory. Address
Box 28, Star office.
SF ANTED-IMMEDIATELY, ONE OR~TWO~FTTRnished
rooms, with or near bath; Columbia
Heights preferred. Address Box 43, Star office.
oci!3-2t*
VANTED?MOTHER AND SON (SEVENTEEN) DKsire
two unfurnished rooms with retlned people;
northwest; will pay $40 a month. Address 11. K.,
Star office. o?-23-;lt*
WANTED?YOUNG GENTLEMAN DESIRES
room and board iu strictly private family, centrally
located northwest. Address J. M., Star
office. oc22-3t*
SVANTHD?BOARD AND ROOMS IN FINE FAM
ily for lady and two little daughters, aged 8 and
6; In suburbs preferred; state terms and references.
Address Box 2, Star oiHce. oc21-3t
FOE REIT?STORES^
?OR RENT?TWO WELL-LIGHTED STORKS AT
tfth and E sts. n.w.: rent, $:?0 each. Keys with
DAVID MOORE, 1328 New York ave. n.w.
rOR RENT?MODERN BUSINESS^U IIJ> ING^
720 13TII ST., BET. G AND N. Y. AVE.
GOOD STAND FOR ANY BUSINESS,
but more particularly designed for
CAFE OR LUNCII ROOM,
ICE CREAM AND MILK BUSINESS.
Tiled flooring, marble wainscoting, refrigerating
and milk rooms; hotel kitchen and hotel range; I
steam heat, gas, and entire 3-story building, with
2 handsome G-room apartincut* (one on lid and I
one on 3d floor) for leuse at a
VERY REASONABLE RENTAL.
LIKBERMANN & II AWN, 1303 F ST.
<*0R RENT?
Those fine store rooms.
Located on the northeast corner of 14ta
and R sts. n.w.
Prices. $25 to $65 per month.
For plans and full particulars apply to
WILLETT & REINECKE.
813 15th st. n.w. Opposite Storeham Hotel.
oc22 3t 20
rOR RENT?NEW STORE AND FLAT CONTAlN"ing
4 rooms and bath; large cellar; hot-water
heat; n.w. corner 14th and W sts. n.w rent,
$85. F. S. COLLINS CO. (Inc.),
oc21-3t* , 703 12tli st. n.w.
FOR RENT 1440 32D N.W.; NICE, SMALL
Store. $15.00.
1915 Pa. ave. n.w.; fine location for small store
or office. $20.00.
GEO. W. LIN KINS,
oc20-12t,eSu 800 lHth st. n.w.
PAP TtV.WT?W A TnTTTOTTSPS
for rent?storage warehouse. apply
clark, davenport & co., 12th and f ?ts.
oc21-tf
PERSONAL.
i 13?e?. lt-COc. 8t.tl.20. lwt.?2-S2. Imn.n.M
ALL BECAUSE HE DIDN'T KNOW THE WAY.
Excuse our egotism, but then we must have
pardonable pride when we pay such progressive
cash rates for men's worn garments shirts,
shoes, hats. JUSTH'8 OLD ST...>u, B1U D.
oc23-tf,5
8IO MONEY PAID FOR DESIRABLE FURNIture,
carpets, office furniture and honsehold
goods ut all kinds; contents especially. D.
NOTES, 025 Louisiana are. 'Phone M. 3006.
oclC-50t,4
DAOUD.
rUE RENOWNED EGYPTIAN PALMIST ANI)
PSYCHIC.
In his readings he will not only tell you the
present circumstances and conditions In your
life, but will also advise you correctly and confidentially
on every suMect of Interest to vou.
be It lor;, marriage, business or speculation."
Studio, 1022 Q St. ii.w. 'Phone North 1130 K.
Hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. oclO-tf 10
1 HANDSOME CUP AND SAUCER WITH EACH
15c. package of Mojroboa tea. With our 25c.
Mocha and Java coffee, a handsome tea set.
WASH. COFFEE CO.. 1337 Tth n.w. oc3-tt0t,4
3RADKOJUT8 DETECTIVE AGENCY, SciTE 224.
COLORADO BUILDING, 14th and G; 'phone
Main 2525. Expert Investigations, any cause,
all sections. Strictly confidential. (For night
service 'phone residence. North 4843.) oc2-30t*
[ AM THE ONLY MAX THAT PAYS THE HIGHest
cash price for gentlemen's castoff clothing
R. GOLDSTEIN, 633 D at. o.w. Drop postal and
1 will call. ocl-DOt.4
30NSULT ME BEFORE YOU SELL. I PAY
highest cauli prices for laillcs' and gents' worn
garments o< any description. S. GOLDBERG,
027 D st. n.w. Drop postal; will call. se20-3m
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING ^BYRUP
ilai been used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
rEETHING WITH PERFECT SUCCESS. IT
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS
aU PAIN. CUKES WIND COLIC, and it the
jest remedy for DIAlUtHOEA. Sold by druggist*
a'every part of the world. Be anre and aik lot
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
ap8-Sa,tu.th.312t-10
STORAGE.
I line*. It., ape. St. $1.20. 1 wfc.. >2.52. 1 mo . >7 20.
FIREPROOF STORAGE-SEPARATE LOCKED
rooms, holding one-horse-wagon load, $2 to 12.50
per month. Separate locked rooma, holding threenoree-wagon
load, $4 monthly. Estimates fur
nianeu.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND 8TOUAGE CO.,
au29-tf,7 820-922 E St. n.w. 'Pliooe 629.
75c. PRE LOAD FOR STORAGE '
H. BAt'M * SON". 912 PA. AVE.
Erery convenience. Electric elevator. bight, dry
lad clean rooms; oven for Inspection at any time.
(Ve can save you money on biullng, packing and
ihlpplng. Gat our price before you decide. Call or
pboneMaln 1264. H. BAUM * SON.
sc28 90t,8 912 Pa. STB.
100 8EPARATS STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGI
by the load, packing, hauling and sblpplu; aaa
US before storing THOMAS DOWLLNG f CO.,
Auctioneers. 612 B at. n.w. 'Pbone Mala SIS.
e*l-90t
FIDELITY "STORAGE CO.,
1120 You atreet.
ivnutTRiTTim 1?
1,000 rooms; silver vaults; moth-proof rooms;
doom advanced at 0% per *0011111 on goods stored
0 this building. Let oor estimator call.
PACKING, DRAYING AND SHIPPING.
ifTT-tt
BICYCLES.
ONCTURE-PROOF TIRES BY DIAMOND ttt'Bber
Co. No equal; |1.M> put on; fair trial: St.
John solid cushion tires. JONBS TIES WORKS,
agenta, 002-Su-t E. VulcantxiDg. 80?.?guaranteed.
oc23-7t,e?u.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
Ope rent a word each time for 13 words 3 time*.
lx> YOU KNOW Till? Bl'flY BttOKKK? IF Noq\
whr not? Do jrou know he 1* a benefit to you
and Your friends? Do yon know he does not tell
you his j>er*onal affair*? I>o you know In all h!a
experience, which la nearly a life time, he in*
never had a come hack or a kick? Your uv> y
hack if not aa represented. !>o you know any
other broker will do this? Then why do you intrust
your business to any one but t hp Itusy |
broker? Ask any business man in W?shtnct?>n if
he knows Taylor. lie will tell yon yea iVn't
think of givlujc youi> busine** to any one #?Ue,
don't think of buying a buflurw ut :11 you li . e
interviewed the popular and Imay broirer of
Washington. Do |M know I am fBilif I i -.1
one thousand dollar* a month for the next three
mouths In the different papers for advertising? '
Get in line and let your ad. appear Notice the
tw? iuiuhb iTum. yon in\c *om<Mhi!K.
,et m** put It before the iniblk; next day von
mar hare your money. Originality. min<**nafity
and HuhatantiaMUty In inv uiolto. TA1L0R. the
Busy Itiukor. 1328 New York ave.
' A V KKV lllrtll CLA SS Yl M.I.INKK rTlT s. \ Kss"
enjoying the l?eat trade lu city; price eonvrt ...I
lota of time to pay the money. TAYLOR, \>2S
New Tork ave. o? ?; r?t
wHOLKSALK WINE AN1> LIVJloR Tu sINFSS.
gn>?-eriea In connection; owner baa ma<le enough
of this worldlv g??ods and Is retiring; your off? r
accepted. TAYLoR, 1H2S New York ave
tx-23 M
OROCERY AND PROVISION SToRE 1 HM\?.
rash huaincaa of $?10 daily; Inspect same; make
me an offer. TAYLOR. 132N New Y<*rk are.
oc23-ot
IN H>L~ AN 1 > RILL! A IU> PARI<OR, 8KO>N I) T<?
none In city, at n sacrificing price. Thla la worth
3*our Rtudy. TAYLOR. 132b New York ave.
oo23-5t
$N*T BTT8 NIcr. LITTLE*"!JR04 KRT. WITH LIVlnff
rooms. This i? n harcaln Mij?l .un??Kl..? ??..#
offered dally. Get next."* TAYLOR. 1328 New
York are. oc?> 5t
SEVERAL SALOONS IN ALL MCCTU>NS OF
city; price#! are correct. If you are short toll
ine your troubles. Maybe I can help you. Have
lota of money on call and am always glad to help
the deserving man Wfeaae wUtiMI is t<? hnf out
hia own ahingle. Several boarding and rooming
houses. businesses of all descriptions Set me
first If you want to aeU or buy a business. TAY
YOR. the Busy Broker, 1328 New York ave . in
the David Moore huildiug. oc23-.*>t
VVA NTKI > ?iOOI)~?#ARnKNKR \N1? WIFK TO
rent splendid country home; tine large garden,
fruit trees; especially good terms offered f >r
winter. Box 21. Star ofllce. ??< J.'i :u*
YOUNG M A N OF NEGATION. RKTINEMBXT
and business ability to accept posltiou of tnist.
Must invest $5,000 company'# stock; jmrticu*
lars at Interview only; references should accoinpauy
application. Address Box 34, Star office.
oc23-6t*
FOR SALE ?WHOLESALE LIQl'OR AND (JRO
eery store; prominent corner on lVnn. ave. n.w.
Price reasonable. Address A. Z. Z.p Star ofllce.
oc28 -3t
ROOMING HOI SK. NINE ROOMS. WELL Fi ll
nished; near Congressional Library; price r??aa??u
iiiir, iiiia ?, oini imiht. ?>l~
FOR SALE -OR HF. N I ol IK XT' f 11F. K M I'LOYment
and Buslnma Exchange, at 111!% F, Mvond
flottr. ?h 2J iif
GENERAL MF.RC "ITA NIMISK STORK. RJVKK
dale, Mil.; monthly iHwineas. $l.s0O; r?*nt, f2"?.
including living rooms; price. $1,700. NEW
YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. ?*.! 1 P. oc22-St
FAMILY HOTEL" ? BOOMS; INCOME. $1 900
month; excellent' locatlnu; only $1,500. NKW
YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. Oil F. oc2! at
BARBER SHOP IN PROMINENT OFFK'l-f H1 11.l>Ins,
allowing larjre nrofltn: nrice. $2 000. NEW *
YORK Bt'SlNRSS BROKERS. ?ll V oc22 St
WK I?<) GESKKAI. rm-l-KtTlNG. I>?'A1.~AM>
foreign; no charge unlets successful. 'Phone
3144 Ft'LuSR AGBNCY. 717 12th st.
?K*22.23.25.28.28.3unnl.4-&t* ^
$350 WILI. fH Y F!RST^LASS ?'H i A R AM)
fruit store; also selling canned goods and candies;
this himineas is sold at n sacrifice; i?aity
has other business. For particulars, TAY1,??H .s,
1328 N. Y. ave. oc22 3t
FOIt SAI.K F1FTKKN SHARKS STOTITTN" KAST
WoUofton Savings Rank; Mltt Otter. BoC IS.
Star office. w22 3t*
FOR SAr,B~ <iRt H'FR~Y \N1> MRAT M VRK Sr"
central location, with m gro.vlng btiaiuess; reason
for selling. other business; rash sales $1,200
per mouth. Address C. 8. M., Star office.
oc21-3t*
WANTKIi CAPITAL TO KXPLOIT ]LBtilTlMATK
Invention; patented; already In use. Address
Box *MH, .Star office. oc2l-3t*
<;KKAT UARTTAIn~ ilorBL OJNTAININ"il x\
rooms; filled with guests; In a fafthiopable uclghborhood;
}>aving large return*; owner leaving
city must sell. Room 614. Washington !>>nn and
Trust building. OcSl it*
WANTKI)^PARTNKK; KSTAIU ISHK1 > 1U SINFSS
clearing $3ou.<M> moutu.y; constantly increasing,
half Interest. $1,2U0.U0 428 111ti n.w. oc21-3t*
OIJ)-RSTABlJSHKI) PA IN T SHOP. IN GOOI*
business location, for rent at low price to relia
room ou street. GKO. W. LIN KINS, 800 19th
at. B.V. MiNt
4~~Ci >M MKBCIAL MO RAL-THE CONDI HONS
which the prospective business man must rn?-e!
an<1 the problems he must scire in the ostnldlshlog
of a new industrial undertaking About 20,000
manufacturing enterprises are started yearly
Id u. 8. Of this nuiniwr shout 10% sre successful.
The cause of failur** is ss follows: (1)
LACK of knowledge of the CONDITIONS
of THE MAKKKT AND compktiTION.
(2) FAILURE OF THE MARKET, (S) '
INCOMPETENT BUSINESS MANAGF.MKNT.
We can adrlse you how you may avoid this
TRIPLE DANG Eli Id first instance. Address
(Inclosing $6) CORPORATION COL LE?iK. 60
Wall St., New York. *t*27-2Vt
EXCE1TIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO~~ KNLXST '
capital and services in educational Institution;
mouey Invented insured lr>>LU lOH. IdflfSM
coupow iTiov fi h .? ?. ?: i.* ji \v,.n *? v *
York. lol'V 2Wt
WANTED? MEN AND WOMK.N TO TitY OIK
Bucbu Gin. for kidney and bladder trouble; prescription
of late Dr. \Vu rater of Haiti more. Sold
only by Tbe Jobn Wodderburo Co.. CIS F at.
eeltt-tf.4
IffiON WORKS.
PATTERN MAKING AND CARVING ORNAMENTAL
IRON AND W11110 WORKS.
C. II SERRIN.
52 M ST. N.K. 'PHONE EAST 328.
OClT-00t.4 '
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
4 linen. lt.,C0o. 3t. $120. 1 wk . $2.32. Into.. 97.20.
MONEY WANTED?
H per cent Interest.
FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS. MARYLAND and
VIRGINIA FARM LANDS, near WASHINGTON,
D. C. WHY LOAN AT 4 AND PER CENT
when you can secure 6 PER CENT INTEREST
SEMI-ANNTALLY ? NO BETTER INVESTMENT
SECURITIES than FIRST MORTGAGE
NOTES on HIGHLY improved farius, NEAR the
NATIONAL CAPITOL. HIGH PRICES of all
FARM PRODUCE make* FIRST MORTGAGE *
FARM"NOTES ABSOLUTELY SAFE; PROMPT
PAYMENTS of INTEREST ASSURED. NO
BETTER LOCALITY to INVEST in than MARYLAND
and VIRGINIA. NEAR GREATER WASHINGTON.
BOOTH'S FARM AGENCY. 704 8th st. n.w..
First floor, Our*v ,
Farm Land Exerts, Maryland and Virginia.
oc3U-10t
A MILLION DOLLARS TO LEND
On Desirable Realty. Terms Satisfactory.
TllOS. B. SULLIVAN.
ocl6-7tM 316 Bond bldg.
WONKY XO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CCHraft
ratnii nt Intorovt nn mill Mtafit In th* lit A
trlct of Columbia.
rrroH. fox * brown,
ocl-tf 140(1 Q at n w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST K.VTF-3 i.N SUMS
of *1,003 TO *100,000 O.N U. C. HEAL ESTATE.
PROMPT REPLIES A.\D SMALLEST
POSSIBIJ". EXPENSE. TilEO. A. 11A RUI NG.
1316 O ST. N.W. rnhai tf
*60(1,000.00
To loan at and 57c interest on d. o. real
estate; no delay and leaat exi?ua* to borrower.
ANTON HEITML'LLER, tk)S 14th at., 3d floor.
?c22-tt .
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST HATES OF INtereat
on D. C. real eatate. No unreaaonibl*
delay.
walter h. acker.
mh26-tf.5 1420 K n.w.
LOANS O.V STOCKS. BONDS. LIFE POLICIES,
trusts, bMg. aa?n. sbarea, syndicate certfa. aal
other approved evllateral. 50-52 Uotzerott bide.,
1110 F at. 'Phone 517. C. A BAKER, set) tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE; FIRST
trust at 414, 5 and 0%. No UDDecesiary charge*,
'rnv uiuiMSfiV llktl.TV l cl lat7 i; at. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATELjweat
rate* of intermit. on principal
Id amount! of (100 or more received at any lntereat
period. THE F. H. SMITH COM PA XT.
Bond blilg , 1408 .V. Y. are. n.w. noii-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT 8*4. 4 and 4W HER CENT.
In mini of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. C. real ea
tate; j ar off G per cent and tf per cent loana and
begin anew at lowest rates of interest; all trans- I
actiODS conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. WM. H. ^AUNDEKS & CO.
Je8-tf.T 1407 r at. n.w.
IP TOD WANT TO BORROW OB LOAN, BUY OR
ell on real estate. I can save you time and casta,
as 1 give personal attention to all deals.
de*-tf,4 J. EAKIN GADSBY. S2*3 13th St. n.w.
AlU.Mtl iu LiJA.^ \j.\ n I [ in; v r.j; till tib.wj
estate at 4. 4^ and S per cent Intereat. Special
privileges with tvspect to nrlor pay men ts I.arga
amounts a specialty. Tl'LJuK & ItUTHERFORD.
1S07 F ?t. n.w f*W-tf.5
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4 lines. It.. OOe. St. $1.20. lwk..?2.52 Im.rl.
PAINLESS ALVBRLAIl SYSTEM OF REPLACING
teeth; do olate; no bridge work; look, feel and
act natural: looae teeth tightened; painless fll
ling. Dr. J. L. WILSON, 1203 F at. n.w.
pc4-30t
Oft. OTIS W. ELZEY. DENTIST. S.W. COR. 10TH
and F sta. n.w.?Reliable dentistry; mode-ate
prices. Gold crown and brldgework specialist. Consulfation
free. 'Phone Main 4S8S. re6-9?t-4
CLEANERS AND DYERS.
4 lines. It. 60c. 8t.tl.20; lt.k.>2&2; 1 mo. tl-T>
PHILIP LKDKHKR. 1241 H ST. M E.; PHONE
East 1003. Satisfactory work guaranteed. Our
wagon calls for and delivers work all over tbe
city. 'Phoos na. oclH-WOt
WALLPAPER.
GREAT REDUCTION IN WALL TAPER. THIS
will Interest you. We arc doing line work; nothing
but artists employed. Rooms papered. $2 up.
F <J. NOLTE, 907 lltt n.w. Hello 2048.
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