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STAR BRANCH OFFICES.
If not convenient to call at ThJ
Btar office, 11th street and Pennsylvania
nvenue, leave vour advertldement
nt any of the following
Branch Offices:
r? . northwest branches^rntnfr
? pr?~ stnrp ,4f|| r nf,
?pp!ry ? Pi ne Store. Mth ?n<1 Welltntj ot.
r ::r'n-n * ,>r"* Store. Hfh nn.t R I.
pfnn ? Prnc Store. Vrrtnon* itp. and S ?t.
? ,f \ r> l Store. ir.th ?nrt I ?f?.
ii ?'r Ve*v? Sinn.) 1701 P? ??e.
' Nf Store, ir.th tin* Pn.
1>r"? Store. Till K11.1 T ?t?
Te'.jrrnph nfllee. 112? Conn.
Tetf cr?,|, nmce 012 Pn. ?Tf.
' ">!>] Telrrrmti otflre ?!th t>n.l R *??.
Te^praph OffVe Pom R ft SUtJon.
r Kinn. Sons A- Co. Jnf.irinntlon Rnre?<?.
ivn<vitvfir.| A- J oflimp. Information
InVrfor iVpf ?th X- F at*.. Teloirriph JJjJJ" Jen'frr
I Me 7th A t> ?t?? . T??lc*r*ph
romnvnMW ttrrnfc hMc. Telrcraph Offlc?.
Porrfrtnr ? s Canffnl. , _
OrW Crler'n Phnrwncv. Oth & V Y. a*-.
Co?<frntwvr'? IVpartrrent Store. 012 Tta
at Pnreati of Fnform.itIon.
TT-o ITntrMn* Konnor Pmir Co . 1"^ ^ OS*.
Rn?>r * Field. Prneclft* A Irfllana
F n Cartel!. Plwrmaclat. S1A0 tltnar.
fhmonf Pharmacy Chaa. 8. Boaton. prop..
2*1 th on<7 P *ta.
GEORGETOWN:
O'lVnnr !l*a ftrnr Stnn?. 32*1 "nil M
O'Ponnr]!'* Prnir Potri". 32d *nd O *tB?
A fin n"? F\nr?? hfflr* 1?!2 32d at.
PrMe'a FM arrna^r nnrl P it*.
NORTHEAST: . . ,
i\enen]y'* Pharmacy. N. Capitol *n<l ?*.
MaJry'a Pharmacy. 11th rin<l K Cipltol ita.
Milbnrn'g Pltarmncv. 13th and I* ita.
Hotler'a Pharma^r itb and Stanton plac*.
SOUTHEAST:
Bradley** Prnjr Store. Sth and K ita.
O'Donnell'a Pro* Store 3d and Pa. a*a.
SOUTHWEST:
enlllvan'a Pruj? Stcre. 7tb and P its.
Eleventh Street Wharf. O'Brien A Hall*
Cham S Walt..- oot 4U. at
AN ACOSTIA:
C. G. Lobr. 2.r? Monroe ?t.
ALEXANDRIA:
A. S. Doniphan. T27 Klnc at.
BRIGHT WOOD D. C.!
Win. Thomas. Brlgbtwood are. ?nd Lob*fellow
gt.
TENLEYTOWN D. 0.:
Andrew Bnrga. Druggist.
WANTED?HELP.
One ten t ? word for K> word*.
MALE.
\VA\TM> \ MAN WHO IS A GOOD TALKF-ll.
with som?* ?,xi**rion<-c as a raiiv.i^cr; will pay
$."> or #1" a ?lay t > right man. Apply, with this
advertisement. at llOTKL KN'GEL on Thursday
at ! a.m.
WANTED STRONG COLORED BOY WITH
wheel. AKTH1K HI RT. 1343 F st.
WANTED MKN FOR WORK ON &WINGIN?
scaffolds. cleaning oM buildings; painters preferred;
$2.<h? jwr day. Apply 33! > I'a. ave.
WANTED BOl TO LEARN DRUG BUSINESS IN
liist-class siore; grand chance. Apply at once,
DUU; STORK, 14th ami It de28-3t*
WANTED ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORKERS,
grlil mak? rs. to go to Richmond, Ya. Address,
with full particulars. etc., etc.. liox 73. Star ofilo2G-2t*
WANTED?OFI I' K lioy. ? ALL AT 72K 17TII
sr. de2tl-3t*
WAXTFI) EXPKKIENVEI) l'AIU'EL. DELIVERY
drivers for laundry business; also boys for hooper
servlee on wagons; must l?rin*? reference . from
last employer. Apply YAIJ2 LAl'NDRY. 437
\. Y. avc. 11.w. de26-3t
WAN IK I? 1NSTAU.MKXT ?>LLKIT? >K; SAC
ary no object; pernian *nt position; bond required;
none ? th?>r than thos*? with experience need apply.
('ASTKlhRRG'S, 1*35 Fa. ave. n.w.
WANTEI? ~ M AN N( IT ATlF\Il> ~?>P~\Y01tK; MI ST
be jcod imiiHii; reference required. Apply at
onee. WASHINGTON NEWS ?'??., 313 6th n.w.
I 26 81
WAXTKD B x K i W. XO. 1 AIJ I Rt >1 XD MAN;
K?hmI salary to competent person. Address Box
7?. S'ar utth-e. ?le26-2t*
WANTED COACHMAN, WHITE. MARRIED
preferred, to make himself generally useful. Apply
at 24110 Columbia road. de25-2t*
WAVrKI) A W1IITK IK?Y IN URWKHY STORK;
take en re of hors**; short hoiir?, good pay. WILSON'S,
Kenilworth. de24-3t
WAXTKD MI A HTTRY OUR BUCHU GIN, FOE
kbln?\\ and bladder trmble; p-scription of late
I?r Warner of Ualfiuiore. Soil only by Tilt)
JnllN \\ KDDKKIU RN (XXMl'ANV. CIS F st.
IM' 1 U-1 f
\\ AN I KI >Th\\ l.l.liV ^T^I^N~UnL"y 111'Htlcr
need apply; < apable of giving bond and able
to control good trad**; man aide t?? make $20 to
$30 a week is tbe kiud we want. Apply Man
ager. rASTKI.IlKRCJ'S. 035 I'a are.
mh.T> f,s,ro&w,t?
MALK OR FJ:MAL?.
wwiKI' v SETTLED MAN fcND WIFE TO
ra^f ?haii:?' of houst- -tabl**; 7 room.-* will he
jrivt-n rent fre?? to u ?le*'raMe man; Germans preferred.
Address Box 38, Star offiee. de20-9t*
FEMALE.
WASTED \ XEA1 SI : i ; J i? WHITE WOMAN
to . a:<- f.n 11' faitt i> 'mail a par-lm'iit: reftren?-e.
Ken ?l??2H-2t*
WANTKiV UolSEMAlD, CI LURED; MIWT
lay nijrhis It'lM l!?:h st. n.w.
w am km \ white \itsse nu: iiaby 10
rr;< nths ? !?'. K'ai 10?, fh?- L:ticoin, 111 1L!rh Sf.
de26 2
W INTKIi YOl m. i vn\ 1'ROM 16 TO 18
years ulii for u.'i. w t* ; insist understand 8t?*i
rn-\ : nd tyj. \ riiiti;:. lU ll I T!C\!TI'RK
CO.. 7th and i? Ae26-2t
wwim' r\ri Kii.v ki? i,\i?^ casiiikr. ruLRDO
i IKE. Pa are. de26-3t
WA\'\\\> KXl'h-RIKM Kl? I'ANTRY J1KL. $78.
IikiI!I :i !:?I !m ?;i. i!. A J ply . I'. HoYYAKI), Hotel
Rlrhmon.L
\v\vn-:i? <oi.oki:ii cirl for r,i:\i7k al
hwscv ?rk in f!:?; ; stay nigiiiH preferred. ."OS
lOtli n.w.. 1M floor.
WAN i II' AT oxek. CHAMBERMAID \XD
\ aitrt-ss sii m 11 fat:nl!y: ? > home nights. 1.r?7J
1'ttti : t. II. XV.
WWII I' \ MAIthlcK AND SORTER tcf"
\ n \ k ?v. ropiAN UUNDRT. d<?28-31
WANTED WHITE COOK. $:: >. GO PH1LADELpliia.
NihuIhm* places in <iiy. LADIKS' h)X
("IIAMiK. S.?7 Vrriuont hv*?.
WANTED WHITE HOI SEMA1D $20 TO 12?
waitresses. <*lia Milmtins]4Is: other places. LADIES'
KX('||A.\<;i: s?>7 Vermont uM*.
w a NTkd \y 111 i k \y aITKESSES" l uk "i ut'.s
ami lmifli roniii^: other plains. LADIES' EX
i'HAN<!K. so7 Wrinont are.
VYAVILD ol.oRED WAITRESS. $\S. CHILD'S
nurse. laundress. if is. other places. LADIES'
I!X('IIANiiK. Si>7 Wrinont hvm
WANTED COLORED COOKS $15 $18. $20. $2T?.
for private families. LADIES' KXCHANGE, S07
Vermont ave.
WANTED -A STENOGRAPHER AMD TV IT.
writer; one w!??? has ha?l experience in a patent
attorney's office preferred. Address MASON.
KEN WICK A I.AWRKXrE. city, stating e\perfence
and salary expected. de20-2t*
. WANTED YOTNCJ WOMEN OK UOOD ADDRESS
< an make large Incomes taking subscriptions for
"DRESS," the most beautiful magazine of our
tlnj'-s: sells on siht: commission offered most
liberal of any; span* hours can be turned Into
money; regular systematic workers can make
$l?,5Mn to $5.ihh> \ early; several young women
now make $4o t? $t?o per week. Call or write at
t?nee f'?r terms and ifistruetions. DRESS, 114-2<i
East 21st st New York de23-Su,w,tf
\V I V'I'LMt Ulllll-V Ti i I'll V i .I'll t?l'/<IH? y??*
M ..ii i. I ? 1 IV I ' M IV I> I VH U ??!/*,
fur WMney un?! hla<M*M* tronM^n; prescription of
late Dr. Warner of Baltimore. Sold --niy t?y
I NK JOHN W i'.DDKHBl'rx co . 018 F St.
StfltJ tf
DOMESTIC.
WANTED \ RELIABLE WOMAN AS COOK
:tinl general )ioiis*?vi oiker, in small family. Flat
10. toe Lincoln, ill 12th at. s.e. de26-2t*
wanttk1) smart white girl fob "gen ral
housework; ^'<km1 home; good pay; no washing.
l.'Uft Vermont avt*. de20-3t*
\vami:i? a uti.oKKD rook.' stay nhjhts.
at 1l!.*i K Kt. ii. w. de20-2t*
WASTED RELIABLE COLORED WOMAN AS
housemaid ami waitress in snail family; must
slay nights. Apply at once. J7-7 st. de2?? lit
w \n ill? \ l iltsi i I \ss COOK \M? i. \1N j
dress; four in family; go home nights. l."?W) 13th
st. n.w.
vwri:i> ciiii. ia?;i-: \Soi't sixtkkn. to
help to take eare ?>f baby. t?.'? Vou st.) a.vv.
dr2?; :tt* __ __ _
WANTED ItmrtfkNT NURSE FOR INFANT. I
Please call 14T.S Columbia road. de2<?-2t*
WANTKIi SETTLED tWILOHKl" VlIAMBKKinaiil,
$1N; also cooks, laundress. $1K;
jim^ $!??; maids, fls. FOSTER 1)24 18th st.
\^dcl i l? II'oi.orkih waitress f.'ll ai.si)
fjliuU-rmuitls, $ls; cmiks, $20; laundresses. $1H.
FOSTER. 994 1Mb st.
WANTED WIIITI NVRSEti JL*.. \\ \ I I RE88ES,
$2<>: chambermaid. . also cook. FOSTEE.
1*2-4 isth st.
WANTED A RELIABLE G1RI FOR GENERAL
lumwwork; g?*?d <"<?ok; family of two; bring ref
Tall bftwfeu l? and 11 a.m.. Flat 05,
Wyoming.
ivA NT ElrrnKlT"JYVR GENERAL HOI SKWOKK;
$lfl. 12f?.'l Newton Hi. n.c.. Itrooklaud. de25 2t*
WANTU) \V(^ N FOR OKNKRAL HOL8Ework;
good wages te right party. 615 7th a.w.
de2S .Ht
WANTED 2 > M I'FTK NT WHITE WOMRN
one as cook, other to clean and do housework;
$20. Apply 018 F. ocll-tf
PERSONAL.
4 Know. It..60c. 8t.fl.ao. lwk..$2.S2. Ir?,f7.20.
i KRK IN THK ISTHMIAN (ANAL CO MM IS
xlon. on duty oil the Isthmus. at fl,8<?>. Is willing
to transfer with n clerk In one of the de]Dirtu>cnts
at Washington at f 1.200 or $1,400.
Address
Box 74. Star office.
im. dH AFTER CHRISTMAS. A HE TOD
d??wn and out? Then send for us and our tremendous
ca*h exchange for those men's worn
garments, shirts, hats, shoes. Will call In our
unlettered carriage. JL'STH'S OLD STAND.610 D.
.l.-i'<>tf.i> _
DAOCD,
THE RENOWNED K<JYPT!AN PALMIST AND
rSYCHIO.
Icj his r* a-!iii^rs bo will not only tell you tho
present rlrcumstance* and conditions In your
life. I nf will also advice you orrectly and confidentially
on every subject of Interest to you*
be It love, marriage, business or speculation
Stuulo, 1622 y at. n.w. 'Phone North 1180-K.
liours fro in 10 a.iu. 10 8 p.m. ocl&-tf-10
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
One cent * word for 15 words. I
MALE,
WANTED?BY COLORED STTDENT. PLACE,
waiting; two mo a Is per day. Address STl'DENT,
1H48 Mil Kt. n.w. de26-2t
WA NTED RY YOING COLORED MAN. POS1 tlon
as porter or in private family; experienced.
Address 1907 11th n.w. de26-3t*
W ANTED-BY FtT:T.IABLE MAN. PLACE AS
driver on delivery wagrm. laundry or work around
automobile stable. 2411) I st. n.w.
WANTKl >~A PLATE AS"~KA11 PORTBR. CALL
?>r addreas 111!) iHh st. ii.w.
WANTED?BY YOCNO MAN. COLORED. TOSItl>.n
to ?)<? an;, tiling. LANNING, 2 Sumner court.
WAN T EI> I'OS IT ION AS ENGINEER; HAS
I'nlted States license. 5227 R right wood ave.
d?'25-2t
WANTED-RY EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPER
and magazine writer, literary work of any kind,
Including translations from French and German.
Address Room HI, 729 13th st. n.w. deiKJ-7t*
_____
WANTED RY CIIEF. FRENCH, FIRST-CLASS,
position; private family, club, hotel; first-class
r?*ferenr??. Address CHEF, Star office. d?'2l>-3t*
MALE OR PEMALE
WANTED--ANY TIME YOU ARE IN NEED OP
cuuipcieni eienograpner or oooKKceper appij at
STRAYERS BUSINESS COLLEGE. 11th and F
tii. d.w. 'Phone Main 3430. no23-tf
~ FEMALE. "
WAXTKU- -SITUATIONS FOR LADIES' MAIDS,
chambermaids. parlor maids, nurses. conk*,
laundresses, buyers and other help. LADIES'
EXCHANGE. SOT Vermont ave.
WANTED ? POSITION ON THE 1ST, BY A
young whit** woman, as chambermaid, assist
housekeeping and Hewing. Box 69, Star office.
de26-3t*
DOMESTIC^
WANTED A PLACE AS GOOD PLAIN COOK,
general house worker or chambermaid. 450 Frankliin
st. de26-2t
WANTED BY COLORED WOMAN. LAUNDRY
work or flats to clean. 1511 Pea st. n.w.
WANTED--PLACE, FIRST-CLASS CHAMBERmald
or chambermaid or waitress. 819 21st n.w.
WANTED A PLACE IN~PRIYATE~FAMILY BY
a Rood cook. Call at 1730 N. II. avc. de2ti-3t
WANTED SITUATION" BY NEAT COLORED WOman
as general bouseworker. 19<>8 Gth st. n.w.
WANTED B~Y TTRST-C LASS LA V 5J> BBSS,
work out by the day. 934 V st. n.w.w^
WANTED BY RELIABLE (X)LORED GIRL,
place to work before and after scliool. 18lti
11th st. n.w.
WANTED BY COLORED WOMAN. PLACE AS
cook. Apply 2706 Dumbarton avc.
WANTED-A PLACE TO CLEAN IP FLATS
mornings or until 4 o'clock. 1T?<>7 L st. n.w.
de2t>-2t *
WANTED?WE CAN FILL YOl'R ORDERS; OCR
list of hcln. white and colored, is vt?rv irood.
FOSTER, I'lM 18th st. ~
WAXTKD--PLACE BY fiOOD PLAIN COOK AND
general bouse worker. 927 Liberty st. s.w.
_
~~ WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 times.
WAXTKD TO Bl'Y OLD FKATHER BEDS
When selling why not drop j?ostal to an old, re
name nrm7 ii. maicks, vtft, opposite Sales',
or 'phone Main 11K)3. de20-tf
WANTED?IF YOT* AUK GIVING VP
housekeeping and wish lo sell part or
all of your furniture, send for the man
who has reputation of 20 years' fair
dealing. MARCCS NOTES, 420 'Jtli
11.w.; 'phone Main 5171. de26-tf
WANTED?CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE. CAR
pets, office and store fixtures of all kinds. Firnlture
stored, packed and shipped. Address BAUM,
012 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone Main 1254. de25-tf
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
CAST OFF CLOTHES LADIES' OR GENTLEMEN'S.
ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL.
'Phone North 1755. W. RICE. 1332 7th st. u *.
de25-2fit
\v 4 \'rvn -1 uinn vior iv. ot a tp rnvnttrnw
make. price and time in use. Address Box 70,
Star office. de25-3t*
WANTKD ? EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY,
this month r>0.<HM) lbs. old feathers; highest cash
price. Also furniture, ladies' and gents' clothes.
Send postal; will call at once. 21 'i 7tb 8t. n.w.
de24-8t*
W A N T1" I >?JI' ST A LITTLE SALTIER THAN
other hutter is my pure Elgin creamery; sample
pound. 38e. this week. 'Phone Eu^t 636 or drop
|x?j?tal to ROY C. MEEK, eor. 4th and li sts. n.e.
WANTED?HIGHEST CASH TRICKS PAII) FOR
WORN GAii.MENTS. LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S *
CHILDREN'S SHOES & HATS. ANY AMOUNT.
ADDRESS POSTAL. 1 WILL CALL ANY HOUR.
J TARSHES. 1309 7TH N.W. 'Pbonc North 499.
delO 271
WANTED LET THE CHILDREN TAKE CP
mrsic. We offer you a good square piano free
iui u uiuinu^ ii y uu 11 |j?jr lue cost or moving.
F. ?; SMITH PIANO ? ??.. 1225 Pa. ave. delU-tf,4
WANTED BIO MONEY PAID FOR DESIRABLE
furniture, f-arpets. office furniture and household
? ods of ail kinds; contents especially. D.
NOTES. 0i!3 Louisiana ave. 'Phone M. 3006
deg-tf __
WANTED?DIAMONDS. ONB- TO FOUR KT8.;
$100 per kt. up; old ?olc, silver and city paws
tickets bought; money to loan also. 'Phone M.
4878. ABRAHAMS, lionded Broker 433 Jth n.w.
ocfi-d.eSn.4
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
cast-off clothes; ladies', gentlemen's and cbil
uren ?; amiress postal; will call any time. II.
IH'liNSTElN, 1314 7th st. d.w. 'Phone 4390-Y.
WANTED?HIGHEST <'ASH PRICKS PAID. WORN'
garments, ladles', gentlemen's, children's shof-s
ami hats, any amount. Address postal, I will call.
A. KEBKSKY, 13U6 7th n.w. 'Phone X. 32&J M.
uo.% 00t*
WANTED?300 OUNCES GOLD AND SILVER
for manufacturing purposes. Old jewelry, silverware,
diamonds, corals, cameos, mosaics bought
for cash. 0. F. KARK, Jeweler, 018 13th,above F.
oc27-tf
WANTED-SPOT "('ASH PAID FOR GOOD SECond-hand
UPRIGHT PIANOS. Call or address
1231 C st. au27-tf
WANTED?OLD PARPET8 WC)VBN INTO FIXE
art rugs; only weaving concern here.
??.-k111 ? i' r.-% hlvj w., yoi om n.w.
''* M. 4aplO-tf-4
WANTED "UPRIGHT PIANOS BOUGHT TOR
cash. WOHCH'S, 023 F. Squares and. organs
taken In exchange. mj31-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. "
One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 times.
roll SALE A <TUANV*TC OF A LIFKTIMK?POOL
room and cigar store; best stand in the city;
established ! years; doing fine business. WJ1.#KINS
& WALKER, 646 H st. n.e. de2<>-."it?
C(>RNER (.R(KfERfT I ANDY^ T<?RA< XX>~"AND
notion store, opposite school, cheap. Apply 700
<i st. s.e. de26-3t
SOLK SELLER.
A European firm wishes in the T*. S. of A. a
sole seller f?>r a new, very lucrative article which
has been Introduced with great success into all
stains of Europe. One of the manufacturers is
spending some days in Washington. Letters, preferred
in German language, of applicants, with
fir?t . !???< rof?>rP?wt>?i A<Mr..ue Rrv^ fi1 ? ??.. ~?n?.
ROOMING HO! SK; LOCATION rNSURPASSED;
12 beautiful rooms, 2 elegant baths; rent only
Income. $275 per mouth; owner is leaving
Washington; will sacrifice to Immediate purchaser.
Particulars, TAYLOR'S, 1328 Now York
are. de2ti-3t
FOR SALE PROFITABLE HORNING XEWSPAper
route, other business compels sacrifice. Address
Box 66. Star office. de2f>-3t*
COAL IBI'SINKSS(?NK OF TUB LARUEST IN
Washington; several branch offices; yearly business.
$So.<HX); 15 teams; best^of reasons given
ior bp11-1 up; price, im^w iukk Kl SINESS
BROKERS. 611 F. de25-3t
CONFECTIONERY AND BAKfcRY; YEARLY
business, $15,000; long established and showing
large profits; owner wishes to retire; price,
$<>,000; investigate. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BR<)KERS. ?11JK. de25-3t
CORNER GROCERY, NORTHWEST; DAILY
sales, $80; one best stands in Washington; will
invoice price asked; only $3,000; teruis. NEW
YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 611 F. de2S-3t
30 ROOM FAMILY HOTEL; FASHIONABLE SEC^
tion northwest: tinesr class trade aud good woney-maker:
owner mailed out of city permanentlv;
Karri lire $1.3&0. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS.
611 1'. de2.V3t
J. T. 1? PYLES* GROCERY BUSINESS AT 948
I.a. avr. is offered for sale. This is the busiest
place In Washington. Apply at 412 4th st. s.e.
ue25-3t
WANTKD MKN AND VVOMKN TO TRY OUR
Buchu (iln. for kidney and bladder trouble; presernvrton
of late I)r. Warner of Baltimore. Sold
only bv the John Wedderburn Co., 018 F st.
_*el'J-tf-4
IRON WOKKS.
PATTERS MAKING AND CABVIXO: ORNA^
MENTAL IKON ANl> W1KE WOKKS.
C H. SERRIN.
fi2 VI ST. N.E. 'PHONE EAST 328.
_wcl7 'JOt.4
STORAGE.
4 11ne?. lt..COc. St. $1.20. 1 wk., $2.52. lmo..?T.80.
100 SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGE
bj the load, packing, hauling and shipping; ceo
uh before storing TUOS. DOWLING & CO..
Auctioneers. 612 E at. n.w. 'Phone Main S15.
FIREPROOF STORAGE ? SEPARATE LOCKED
rooms, holding one-horse*-wagon load. $2 to $2.50
per month. Separate locked rooms, holding threehorse
-wagon load. $4 monthly. Estimates furnished.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
ao29 tf-7 020 922 E st. n.w. 'Phone 620
iftc. PER LOAD FOR STORAGE.
H. BAUM & SON. 912 PA. AVE.
Every convenience. Electric elevator. Light, dr.>
and clean rooms; open for Inspection at any t'n*c*.
We can save you money on hanllne. Dackitur and
shipping. Get our price before yon decide. Catl or
'phone Main 1254. H. BAUU & 80N,
se28 90t 8 912 Pa. it*.
FIDELITY STORAGE CO..
1420 Tou street.
IKDESTBI'CTIBLB.
1.000 rooms: silver vaults; money advanced at
per annum on poods stored In this building.
Let oar estimator call.
PACKING I)HAVING AND SHlfl'INO.
If27 w,?a,Bu,tl
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
One cfnt ? word tor 15 worda.
FURNISHED.
ll'l'.'l lr.TH ST\ N.W.? NICELY FI'RNISHKD
rooms in private family; rent reasonable to office
people.
1708 g ST. N.W.?TWO Very~pleasant second-story
iDoms; private family.
FfIfNISH ItIt~RO< >MS FOIt~RENT; TELKPHONE
service. 1M4 K n.w. de26-w,f.Sot3t
FOR RENT?ONLY $27.fto.
Two furnished rooms; reception hall; private
bath; hot--water heat; gas, jelectrlcity. 1340
New York ave.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New Y'ork ave.
de2tt?5t
LA ROE FRONT ROOM; DELIGHTFUL LOCAtion.
1372 Harvard st. n.w. de26-5t*
THE CARDOVA, 20TH AND FLA. AVE.?LARGE
furnished front room in bachelor apartment to 1
or 2 gentlemen. Apply Apt. 214, between 4 and (5.
de20-3t
s13 1st st.-nicely furnished rooms.
"imuui uoaru; geuut-*nirii jnvicircu, wm- mjuo.o
from government printing office. de25-6t*
si ngle~ or~en suite, with private bath.
1610 Eye st. n.w. de23-7t#
1537 eye st. n.w.-fur. drawing room
suite: other rooms: porcelain tubs; refs. the
arlington. de!5-14t.
LADY WITHOUT FAMILY SEEKS A COMMUNIcatlon
from select couple or person visiting New
York who desires exclusive accommodations?few
days or longer. DOWLING, 203 W. 100 St., New
i ork. (lozz-piKl
HMSIli;]) Pit I NFUItlVISHKH.
2 OH 3 I'NFl'KNISHED ROOMS ON SECOND
floor, for l.h.k. 1403 5th n.\v. dc25-3t
1S23 H N\ W.?TWO hEAl'TIFlI, 2D-8T >R 7
looms, furnished or unfurnished; southern cxpoRure.
de3*J-71
UNFURNISHED. _
FOR HEVr-$22..TO. | ~ ~
i 1 rvrjHJUIl iidii. iiiitna ? ?'">
water heat; pas; electricity. 1340 New York
STONE & FAIRFAX, 3342 New York ave.
I <1e26-5t
520 10TH ST. N.W.?THIRD FLOOR, THRH?
rooms, bath and kitchen; pas range and heat.
Apply to HUTCHINSON & MeCARTHY, 520 10th
st. n.w. de2(5-7t
TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMST SECOKD FLOOR,
for light housekeeping: heat, gas and hath; heat
in both rooms. 432 New York ave. n.w.
de2o-2t*
FOR RENT?THRKE ROOMS AND TILED BATH;
nearly new house on Georgetown Heights; $10
per month. Apply 2020 Wisconsin are. de20-7t
ROOMS AND BOARD! '
One cent a word for 15 worda.
150 FAST CAPITOL ST.-FURNISHED APARTment;
parlor and bed room; private bath; steam
h??at; with board for two. $5o p*'r month.
de20-3t
W ARM~4tO< >MS AN I> GOOD BOARD. 1017 15TII
st. n.w. Y. M. C. A. for reference. de26-3t*
ci0 M F O RT A B1 >E, WELL H E AT EI > ROO M AND
board In a refined, strictly private Jewish family;
references exchanged. Address 1822 N. Cap. st.
de26-3t*
NICE ROOMS IN PRIVATE HOME. MASS. AVE.
near Thomas Circle; southern exposure; lia*4wood
floors; telephone, electricity, gas. hot-water
heat, private bath; elegant home for thoae appreciating
home life; suitable for M. C. or otbe***;
references exchanged. Address Box 24, Star office.
de25-4t
1537 I ST. N.W. ? DRAWING ROOM SUITE,
other rooms; continental breakfast; references.
The Arlington. de22-7t
1204 Iv N.W.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED 2D*
floor south room, adjoining bath; also single room:
'phone. del5-tf
1708 F ST. N.W?DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND
board with pleasant southern fainllj; $20 to $30
per month; excellent borne table; piano and
telephone. de9-tf
WANTED?ROOMS.
One cent a word for 15 words.
\VANTEI>-BY QUIET GENTLE.MAN^ WELl7furnished,
warm room; privileges. Address
_QI IET, St ar .flic'. _
FOE BENT?OFFICES^
4 lines, it. 50c. 3t. $1 00. 1 wk.. <2.33. 1 mo.. $7.20.
OFFICES FOR RENT IN THE NEW BUILDING,
1318 Pa. ave. n.w. (half block from the new
municipal building); rooms single or en suite;
prices reasonable and include heat and light.
del8 tf WEAVER BROS., 1410 F st. n.w.
FOR RENT?TWO VERY DESIRABLE OFVIOB
rooms In The Evening Star Building; one exceptionally
well lighted and suited for artist:
beat and janitor service included. App(7 at
Business Office. de4-tf
FOR RENT?tJ43 LA. AVE. N.V*., 2D FLOOR;
central and convenient location.
JAMES F. 8HEA.
nolT-tr louisiana are. d.w.
FOR RENT-A SPLENDID SUITE OF OFFICES,
cheap to a satisfactory tenant. J. M. YORK &.
SON, McGill building. oc31-tf
FOR BENT?DESIRABLE OFFICE ROOMS.
1000 F st. n.w.; rent from $10 up.
720 15th st. n.w.; rent from $15 up.
W. H, WALKER. 729 15th ?t. n.w.
oc 16-m. w.f.tf
FOR RENT?IN THE JORDAN-BLOOMER BLDG.,
1306 G st. n.w.; everything new and modern;
rents, only $20 to $25, which includes heat, light
and janitor service.
JORDAN & BLOOMER, Inc., 13 '6 G st. n.w.
oc8-tf
FOR RENT?STORES.
FOR KENT CORNER STORE IN A LARliK,
NEW Al'AItTMKNT HOUSE, NORTHWEST;
fin-- location for a (JrugKlft or notion storp; rent,
$30. MAKE I S AN OTTER.
de28-4t MOORE & HIM.. (Inc.), 717 14tb.
FOR RENT?HALLS.
FOR RENT?CARROLL INSTITUTE ALL9.10TII
and K sts. n.w. The most complete and thoroughly
equipped halls In the city for societies,
banquets, entertainments and receptions; terms
reasonable. Apply at ball. nol-tf
FOR RENT?WAREHOUSES!
FOR KENT?STORAGE WAREHOUSE. APPLY
CLARK, DAVENPORT & CO., 12th und F sts.
oc21-tf
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAR
4 Hops lt..OOr. 3t. $1 20. 1 irk.. $2.62. I mo.. JT 2t?.
MONEY I.OANKD QUICKLY ON SECOND
trusts, I>. C. realty only; sums and upward.
Addresa SECOND TRUST IX)AXS, Star office.
de26-3t*
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST TRUSTS ON 1>. C.
real estate security at 5 per cent.
Every possible consldera.lon shown borrowers.
We hnvp no 4'^ r?#?r rent mnnov at nrPRpnt
THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY.*
del3-tf 907 O st. n.w
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL E8tate:
lowest Interest; reasonable charges. Prompt
attention. GEO. W. LINKINS,
de7-tf 800 19tb st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SDIT AT OUR.
rent rates of Interest on real estate In the District
of Columbia.
FITCH. FOX & BROWS.
4el-tt 1400 G Bt. n w.
$100.fKM) TO LOAN IN Sl'MS TO SUIT ON~REAL
estate at 4 and 5 per cent. Answers given sam*
day of application where margins are sufficient.
Expenses lowest. BUTLER-TALL\FEURO CO.
(inc.>, cor. win anu u sis. n.w. noz?-tz
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST KATES IN SUMS
OF $ 1.000 TO $100,000 ON D. O. REAL ESTATE.
PBOMI'T REPLIES t ND SMALLEST
POSSIBLE EXPENSE. THEO. A. HARD1NO.
lSlfl G ST. N.W. mh.'tl-tf
$500,000.00
To loan at 4V4 and 5% Interest on D. O. real
estate: no delay and least expense to borrower.
ANTON UE1TMLLLER. 008 11th St., 3d floor.
*e22-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF INterest
on D. C. real estate. No unreasonable
delay.
WALTER H. AOKER.
mh2B-tf.5 1420 F n.w.
LOANS ON STOCKS. BONDS. 1..FE POLIC1R9.
trnsts. bids, assii. shares, syndicate certfs. and
other approved collateral. 80-B2 Metierott bids..
1110 F st. Phone S17. O. A. BAKER. ae0-rt
MONET TO LOAN ON D. O. REAL E8TATB?
Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on nrlaclnal
In amounts of $100 or more ivcelTed st'any Interest
period. THE 1'. H SMITH COMPANY,
Bowl hli'.*.. 1408 N. Y. ate. n.w. no2tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3'A. 4 AND 4tt PER CENT"
In sums of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. O. i"e?l e?tate;
pay off 5 per cent and 6 per cent loans and
begin anew at lowest rates of Interest; all transactions
conducted with economical couilderattda
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS A OO .
Je8-tf.7 1407 F St. n.w.
IV YOL WANT TO BORROW OR IXJAN. BUV OR
sell on resl estate, I can save you time and cash,
as 1 give personal attention to all dsala.
de8-tf.4 J. KAKIX OADSBY. 626 13th St. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at 4, 4>4 and 6 per cent lutereat. Special
privileges with respect to prior payment*. Laraa
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD.
1807 V at. b.w. feO-tU
ACCOUNTANTS.
4 lines. It.. 00c. St. $1.20. 1 wk.. $2.52. 1 mo.. >7.20.
J. E. BATES.
Public Accountant and A ad 1 tor,
Offices. 707 and 708,
Washington Loan and Trust building,
9th and F sts. n.w. Telephone 072.
Mercantile. Corporation and Legal Accounting.
JelO-lX.eSu.6
JUST AS
1?A#I4 ?i.w i??aA??i ^
i iic urai xrvdiiis a
They all read the Don
The Star when they w
cent a word for 15 wo
"Main 2440.
LOST AND FOUND.
One cent a word each time for 15 wrorda 8 Ham.
LOST?BRINDLE BILI.DOG TERRIER; SO COLlar.
Reward If returned to 2470 Ontario road
n.w. de26-2t_
LOST?POCKETBOOK AND WATCH BEARING
the name A. E. Graffiti, on Chevy Chase ear
that reaches N. Y. ave. at 6:15 p.m. Reward If
returned to Auditor's Office, Post Office Denartment*
de26-3t*
LOST?DEC. 23. AMETHYST~CR<>SS, IN ZOOLOGlcal
Park or on Conn. ave. and 21st and S sts. or
on 21st st. 1904 G n.w. de26-3t*
THE MONEY INQUIRED FOR AT 516 0TH ST.?
Young man wMl please call and prove property.
516 9th st. n.w.
LOST?BLACK FRENCH POODLE. FEMALE;
clipped on nose and legs; license No. 9806. Return
to stable, 1138 Vermont court, and receive
suitable reward. de26-3t*
REWARD-LADY WHO FOUND BLACK LEATH
er handbag on hook. Woodward & Lothrop's 4thfloor
toilet room, Saturday afternoon, return 1325
Mass. ave. s.e. de26-2t
LOST?MONDAY NIGHT, IN SMITHS? N TAN
grounds, leather cushion for electric auto. Return
to POPE MANUFACTURING CO.. 819 14th
and receive reward. de26-3t*
LOST? SrNI>AY AFTERNOON7~SMALL YELI OW
pnppy, collar. 110 tag. short tail. Name Bob.
03< 8th st. n.e. de26-3t*
L< >ST?(' II It ISTMAS DAY. l'OCKET BOOK CONtaininp
about $2.50. cards and receipts. Florida
aveuue between 3d and 9th. Iteward. Miss
WHITT, 1622 3d n.w. de2ft 3t
LOST?CHRISTMAS DAY, BETWEEN PETworth
and Kenyon street, a brown soulrrel boa.
Return to 1309 Kenyon street and receive reward.
de26-3t*
LOST?BLACK HAND BAG, NEIGHBORHOOD
7th and II. $3 and change. Return 2143 L n.w.
LOST?POINTER DOG; WHITE* LIVER AND
ticked; tap S554. Return 301 East Capitol nt.
Claim reward. de2H-3r
LOST?STRA YE1)?OR STOLKN--FROM FRANK
lin raric, Dec. Ztt, atiout ? o chock a.m., smaii
white curly female dog; answers to name
"Hebe." Return to 924 14th st. and receive reward.
de26-3t*
LOST?DECKMBEIt 25, EI THER~ON 15TH ST.
s.e.. or Stli et. s.e., a Knight Templar charm
with the name of W. II. Scott on same. Finder
kindly return to 4<J9 8th st. s.e. Receive reward.
de20-3t
LdWS'l \\ KHiNUMfA 1 AUUVAI^IU. DliAUlV
leather hand bag containing key. glasses and $f?
bill. Reward. Address Box 78, Star office. de26-3t*
LOST-CHRISTMAS MORNING. BETWEEN L
and G, on 13th st. n.w.. purse containing two
bills and small change. Reward if returned to
1307 L st. n.w. de26-3l*
LOST-STRAND OF GOLD BEADS CHRISTMAS
day. Reward if returned to 1620 17th st. n.w.
de2G-3t? v
LOST?DEC. 25, GOLD OPEN-FACE WATCH.
Elgin movement, silk fob attached; initials C.
R. J. engraved on back. Return to Officer JOR?DAN*
of second precinct. de20-3t*
LOST-AT 1WOOD WA RD & LOTH ROT S, MONDAY
afternoon, mink neckpiece; 4 heads, several tails.
Liberal reward if returned. Mrs. G. W. ROSE,
330 M<1. ave. n.e. de25 3t*
LOST?ON SATURDAY EVENING, BI^ACK AND
wblte bolt-tail booud dog; tag No. 2740. Reward
If returned to 432 10th ?t. g.w. de25-3t
LOST - SATURDAY. INTERIOR DEPARTMENT
(general land office), envelope containing altout
|CO. Reward. 1123 14tb Bt. n.w. de25-3t?
LOST ? COLD LINK BRACELET SAFETY
chain, broken. Liberal reward. Mrs. KANOL'SE,
1754 Que at. n.w. de25-3t"
LOST?IRISH TEURIER; NAME. "PAT;" LIGHT
tan color. Reward If returned to 1304 Conn. ave.
de2f>-3t*
For Ml - I'lRSE CONTAINING SMALL SIM OP
money, key and rani. Address Box 72, Star office.
de25-3t?
LOST?WHITE SETTER DOG; LEMON EARS:
crippled in right hind leg. Reward If returned
2413 18th St. de24-3t*
LADY'ft GOLD WATCH AXI) FOB; MONOGRAM
R. M. C. $5 reward at 1008 22d n.w. de24-3t*
LOST?SATIRDAY AFTERNOON. LIZARD'sKIN
IKK'ket book containing small change and pair of
gold-knot earrings, diamond centers, at 1'ilaia
Roval or Woodward's. Address Box 65, Star
office. de24-3t
LOST-WATKR SPANIEL, BLACK AND WHITTCT
named Cinders; tag number, 4(H). Reward if
returned to 538 7tli St. s.e. dc-24-3t
LOST?GOLD EYEGLASSK6,IN CASE, MA R K ED
Dr. Miller, Muncie, Ind. Finder plena* notify
W. B. ESTY, 1800 You st. n.w. <IJ24 3t*
LUST ? SATLttUAI, I'UJ^ l t'tt M'lUJl Willi
lemon-eolore<l ears. Reward if returned, or any
Information leadiug to recovery. P. C. KLNG,
722 I2tb st. de24-3t
LOST-GOING FROM COVENANT CHURCH TO
14th st. (Sunday), gold brooch, enameled rosebud
design. Reward. Mr. PECK, G29 F n.w.
de24-3t*
LOST ? SMALL BILL BOOK, CONTAINING
large sura mon^y. Finder will be liberally rewarded
by returning same to 714 4th st. n.w.
de24-3t
LOST?SUNDAY, DKC. 23, LADIES* GOLD HUNTing
case watch and gold fob; 'VE. J." engraved
ou outside case and " M. E. J." encrared on
cliarui. Liberal reward at 1010 lOUi at. n.w.
de24-3t*
LOST?CHATELAINE BAG CONTAINING GOLU
aiiei-tacles, silver olianse; between B. and O.
and 7th st. Reward. 7ol C fi.w.. Flat No. 5.
de24-3t*
~~ HORSES AND VEHICLES.
One rent a word each time for 15 words 3 times.
OWINii TO ALTKRATIONS IN MY RKPOSIToRY
will sacrifice 150 sets new and second-hand harness
and 100 vehicle*, all kinds: robes and blan
gets, liuiiaw ftLh n, 11in hi. n.w. oezo-n
FOR "sale?3 COrrE ROCK a way s',~l~ extbktlon-front
brougham, 1 coupelette. t)31 d. a. j.
stabler. de?3 -3t*
rOH SALE?4 FINE HIGH-ACTING COBS,
young and sound. 931 D n.w. A. J. STABLER.
de20-3t*
FOR SALE?ONE GOOD WORK HORSE. ONB
extra fine driver and two second-hand rubber tire
buggies, cheap. Terms cash or credit. ^RlN?
PALL STABLES. 1110 C st. n.w. po?t tf
GOODYEAR "WING" RUBBER TIRES FOR CARriafrr><2
euro mnnpv p<ni>pi.illv dnrnltlo and roail.
lent. The "Wing" Idea is p?tented. Booklet explains;
telephone, mail or call for It. Washington
agents, THE M. LINDSAY ItUBRRR MFG.
CO., 8o7 Pcnna. are. n.w. no9-f.ro.w.tf
FALL CARRIAGE SHOWING? "
All the new styles In
Station wagons, coupe rockaways.
sorreys, depot wagons. Ac., art
now to he seen on oar floors.
PROBEY CARRIAGE CO..
?**3S-tf-T 1230 32d ?t. n.w.
HORSES & VEHICLES 70R HIBET
BOOM YOUR BUSINESS WITH TOOR OWM
ityle of advertising: horses and wagons for mercantile
service $1.R0 and $2.00 per day by week
cr month. BEASLEY'S. 208 11th n.w. nol9-30t
AUTOMOBILES.
One rent a word each time for 15 words 3 time*.
FOR SALE ? $200 WILL BI'Y FP-TO DATE
steamer; I'os a Dos water-tube holler, kerosene
burner. Rochester lubricator, Kllnger glass;
everything in good condition; a great bargain.
WM. BRAND, 74 Van Dyke st.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
de26-3t*
NEW 1906 POPE HARTFORD AUTOMOBILE,
4 cylinder, 25-#) H. P., with complete touring
equipment; 1907 motor; cost $3,000; will sacrifice;
owner leaving town January 1. No. The
Westmoreland. de24-3t*
'"r"11 l?" MII^I.KW 4 N" 41'TI'I ST4T1HV PCi 1> 7ir
3tli st. n.w.?Now is the time to have your ear '
overhauled by practical machinists that know
how. Automobiles repaired, stored and hired. <
Shop is fitted with modern machinery. All kinds
of machine and model work done. <
at* EDW. KSCHINdKR. Prop._
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
AUTO LIVF.RY CO.. I
234 14TII ST. THONE MAIN 371.
SINGLE-CYLINDER CARS K!.<K> HOUR
DOUBLE CYLINDER CARS $4.00 HOUR '
FOUR-CYLINDER CARS $5.00 HOUR '
in TOURING CAUS TO SELKCi' FROM. I
OFFICES "NEW WILLARD" AND "RALEIGH."
OPEN ALL NIGHT. oel3-!IOt-S
DOGS, PETS, ETC.
One cent word each time for IB words 3 Hum.
POODLES-PURE WHITE FRENCH SILK TOY
lioodle puppies, thoroughbred; beautiful fluffy
balls of biiow. SOI! II st. n.w. de20-3t*
JUST RECEfvED?BLUE-RIBBON JAPANESE
pugs, black aud tans; Mexican Chihuahua. Scotch
collies, bull terriers. Boston terriers, great Dane*.
wired and sbort-bair fox terriers. Angora rata,
finest singing canarJeB. parrots, goldfishes, poultry,
plgeous. guinea pigs. rabbits, goats, etc.
SCHUID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th ?t. D.w.
de22-tf
TRY LEE'S BIRD STOKE, 1801 STH .WW.?YELlow-beadjs.
Aimjoii, Panama, Isle of Pines, Cuban,
red-bead and dwarf parrots, monkeys, marmosets,
goldfish, canaries, dogs, waltzing mice.
. de4-M>t,4
14T1I STREET HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS, 2116
14th St. n.w., 'phone N. 1003. Complete faclll
ties for treating sick animals; separate wards;
warm quarters, with exercise yards; always open;
dog cemetery. oc23-tf-4_
CLEANERS AND DYERS.
4 line*. It . 60c. 8t. $1.20. 1 wk., $2.52. lino.. $7.20.
PHILIP LEDBRER. 1241 H ST. N.E.; 'PHONB
Ka.st 1093. Satisfactory work guaranteed. Our
wagon calls for and delivers work all over the
dig. 'i'liou? us. m19-JKH
> BUSY.
idvertise 'n The Star?
lestic Help column in
ant a situation. One
rds or more. 'Phone
FOB SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent a word each time for 1C words 8 Una?.
rnD C II V U< iTtn DAV'O TT VTl'ADM . Vf ITT kl I *\f
* o.iuiv?L*ti inn o L^iruuiu,
size; line quality. Apply basement door, 1345
Vermont ave. di'2fl-3t*
FOR RAI.E?MY PERFECTLY BBANriNHW.
magnificent $?*i set of latest Encyclopaedia Brltannlca
for $25 cash; 31 massive volumes. In full
sheep; great chance. Address NEED. Star of_tlce.
de2ft-8t*
FOR SALE?CHEAP: ONE Sl'RVEYOR'S IXstrument.
_UOMl.SMITH. 909 _I> n.w. de26-3t*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?LAROE MArt'C
lantern, adapted for moving pictures. Oxylltli
gas or electric lamp. What Is offered? Addr>s?
Box 77. Star office. de28-3i*
FOR SALE?AT ACTUAL FACTORY COSTAL
Magnificent $575 mahogany upright. $375; beautiful
$550 mahogany upright. $325: beautiful $500
mahogany upright, $295. These are left of three
i-nrioirus hiupikmi iniR roonia. nahr je?a?*?3
LESSON'S FREE. Ksed Fisher upright, *95:
SQUARE PIANOS GIVEN AWAY: inTestlgate.
GEORGE LAWRENCE, 924 9th. Expert tuning.
FOR SALE?COLUMBIA CONCERT PHONOgraph;
coet $80: sell best offer. Address F. C.
C.. Star office. dr20-3t*
FOR SALE?4*^X9 I'OOI, TABLE; GOOD COSDItlon.
SO. BILLIARD SUPPLY CO., 702 loth Ft.
H.w. de26-3t*
FOR SALE?ANGKLCS PIANO PLAYER. WITH
48 rolls of select musk-, and new upright grand
plauo; must saerlflee. 417 H st. n.e. de2t>-3t
FOR SALE?INVALID ROLLING""CHAIR: BAI.Ll>eariug;
rubber tires. Inquire 2303 Wisconsin
avc. de2ft-3t*
FOR SALE?]{. R. TICKET TO CHATTANOOGA,
by the way of AsbeTllle; good until .Ian. 7;
cheap.,T Calf or address WASHINGTON DAIRY
eu^ r si. u.w. ul'A)-oi"
FOR SALE?TRIPLE GAS PLATEj W1I-L Exchange
for blue flame oil store. W. J. YOUNG,
915 12th at. D.w. _ _ de25-3t*
FOR "SALE - ELECTRIC MOTOR, 1 Mr HORSE
power (22-) V.); one circular saw and taole; alto
line of shafting. S. SILVERBURG, 414 Uth n.w.
de24-3t
FOR SALE?A NUMBER OF HIGH GRADE UP^
right pianos taken in exchange for new Instruments
have been put in thorough repair and are
offered now at extraordinary bargain prices. Why
not use your Xmas money to make the first payment
on one of these pianos: StleflP, $176; Kohler
& Gampell, $175; Stuz & Bower, $175; Hardman,
$100; Knabe, $250; Harrington, $200;
Shoninger, $290; Weser Bro?., $200; Vose, $3-5;
Sohmer, $350, and a nurober of others. Easy pay
menu. O. J. DeMOLL & OO.f 1231 G et.
de23-tf
FOR SALE?VERY OLD HALL CLOCK. GOOD
condition. Address S. V. BUSHMAN, Bonneauville,
Pa. ?le22-8t
FOR S A LE - S ECONTTHAM) UPRIGHT PIANOS
at low prices?Stieff, Stein way, Knabe, Fisher, j
Shaw, Kohler & Campbell, Marshall & Wendell,
('bickering, Vose. etc., etc. These instruments are
all fully guaranteed. Square pianos, in thorough
repair, $25 to $100. All on easy terms if desired.
CHAS. M. STIEFF, Piano Manufacturer,
521 11th st. d.w. J. C. CONLIFF, Manager.
/UW.tf fl
FOK SALE?RARE BARGAINS?
TWO BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Handsome upright, slightly used; $200 cash; a
most elegant Instrument of the best tflass; *weet,
full tone; a rare bargain at this price. Fine medium-size
upright, in mahogany; only used 6
months; in beautiful condition; sells regularly
for $350; for quick sale now onlv $175 cash.
Several handsome t>aby grand pianos at bargain
closing-out prices?Krauich & Bach, Steinway,
Chickerlng makes.
GRIMES' PIANO STORES, 1212 F ST.
de21 -tf.l 2
FOR SALE?'PHONE EAST 636 OR DROP Po?
tal to ROY C. MEEK, corner 4th and B sts. n.e..
inr our puunu or me nest fMgin DOTter nil eartD;
38c. (his week. de20-30t,4
FOR SALE-RECLINING, ADJUSTABLE AND
invalid chairs for house and street. W. L.
PFBIFFBB, 1710 l*fli. del?-14t
FOR SALE-CASH REGISTERS.
NEW NATIONALS FROM ?26 DP. BALLWOOD
REGISTERS AT A SACRIFICE. SEVERAL
SLIGHTLY USED NATIONALS. FULLY
GUARANTEED. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS
AND ON EASY PAYMENTS. WE SELL SECOND-HAND
CASH REGISTERS OF ALL
KINDS CHEAPER AND IN BETTER CONDITION
THAN ANY DEALER.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.,
de7-30t 621 OTH ST. N.W.
FOR SALE-ON ACCOUNT OF MY VERY SMALL
expenses, will sell new high-grade upright piano*
from $12.~> upward, warranted 10 year*. Slightly
used upright, $80. The biggest piano bargain In
the city. Call and be convinced. HEI.BKi MUSIC
STOKE, 1742 7th st. Established 24 yean.
de7-tf.G
FOR SAI.E ? GO-CARTS. Jl.fiO: SANITARY
couches, 12.08: parlor and bed room suite, fl per
week: coal, wood and gas heaters. REDMOlfD,
313 7th St. n.w. de6-tf
FOR SAI.E?
Piano* at removal sale price*.
All Instruments are offered at a reduction tf
from 25 to 50 per cent before occupying cor
new building at 1110 Q. Po not fall to see til*
wonderful bargain*.
iiM-tr-8 mi.'uo wukch. a r.
roit SALK?I.OOd SK('U.\'I)-[[A.\D AND NEW
HEATING AND COOKING STOVBS. OF KVEltY
DESCRIPTION, KR01I $1.B0 UP.
SN'ITZER 4 LA PORTE, 1131 7TII N.W.
no21-90t.4
FOR SALE-KEYS; WE CAIJ, AND MAKE KEYS
anvwliere In the city for 25c.; prompt service;
electric tells, burglar alarms and electric gas
lighting our specialty. DROP POSTAL or 'phone
North 2370. PERCY S. ANGLE & CO.. 1921
14th St. n.w. ocl5-tf
FOR SALE ?GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES^
fitted to jour windows, onl.v 30c.; the best quillty
oil opaqu? frtndes. 50<'.. liung free. Will call
uftli samples. KLEEBLATT'S, lit!) & H st?. n.e.
mrZOtf
JEWELRY AND OPTICS.
WHY GO DOWN TOWN AND PAY BIG PRICES
when you can get your work done much cheaper
at 723 20th st. n.w.? Watches and clocks and
jewelry repairing. Clocks called for and delivered.
French clocks and English hall clocks a
specialty. Call or send postal.
T. F. rAT.T.AHiV
de4-30t*8 723 20th_st. a.w.^
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
4 lines. It. 50c. fit, $1.00. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo.. >7.80.
FOIt SAI.E.
FOR SALE?
ONE 45-FOOT LOT AND ONE 23-FOOT LOT
on Mass. avo. near new union station; owners
will sell less than real value; this Is business
property; look It up.
TUOS. J. FISHER & CO.. Inc..
de22 6t 1414 F St. n.w.
FOR SALE?20-FT. LOTS ON 18TII ST., WASHIngton
Heights for stores or dwellings: economical
In slie; ooe_corner and one corner of alley.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.,
de22-6t 1414 F at. n.w.
FOR SALE-$3.000 BUYS A NINKluiOM~iKSfdenee
and stable on 9th St. n.w., a few blocks
from Library; lot 17x92 to r.?ley; always rented
at $29.50. Can be made Into business property.
See us at once. A. F. FOX CO., N.E. cor. 14ih
and New York ave. de20-Ct,eSu
" FOR RENT.
FOH HE NT-900 12Tir~ST\ N.W., CORNER EYE
St.; 2 stories; 3 rooms on each floor; HOTWATER
HEAT FURNISHED; central location.
Key with
d*?20-tf,5 H. L. RUST. 608 14th st. n.w.
LEGAL NOyiCES.
4 llnfs. 1t..C0c. 31.$1.20. lwk..$2.52. I mo.. $7.20.
SUI'ItEME COI RT OF THE DISTRICT OF CO
tumbia. holding a Probate Court.?No. 13733, Administration.?This
is to give notice: That the
subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have obtained
from the Probate Court of the District c.f
Tolumbia letters testamentary on the estate of
I.izzie L. Meade, late of the District of Columbia
iieeeased. All persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the sanv\
with the vouchors thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscribers, on or before the 29th day of
October. A.I). 1907: otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given
under our hands this 17th day of December. 190 .
EDWARD W. JONES. 217 Seaton p. n.e. BERTHA
GRAY. 92:; I st. n.w. (Seal.) Attest: JAM*CS
FANNER, Register of Wills for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. <*E0.
FRANCIS WILLIAMS. HARRY \f PAPKinn
Attorneys. <telfl-l?w-.tt
palmistey!
? Hot. It..a0c. at.<1>0. lwfc..$?.82. 1 mo..?7.?>.
MME. RITA, THE WORLD'S GREATEST PALM.
1st and astrologer, now boldlDf receptions at
T23 9th at. n.w.
Fee. 25c. and BOc. delB-SM*
apartments to let
THE WBSTOVER,
ltftb and U fits. n.w.
Several very desirable apartments for rent;
central location; convenient to cure; excellent
service; moderate rent; inspect these apartments
before renting elsewhere. JOHN L. EDWARDS,
706 14th st. n.w. no2ti-tf
THE ROYALTON,
018 M sr. n.w.
Elegant new apartments of exceptionally large
rooms; long-distance telephone In each apartment.
A down-town location, accessible to ail
car lines and in easy walking distance of all
government departments. Inspect these apartments
before renting others.
ARTHUR O. PLANT,
Traders National Bank, 10th and Pa. ave.
oc25-tf
FOR RENT-IN "THE ONONDAGA," 6-ROOMand-bath
apartment; a.m.I.; deep front lawn and
private back porch; janitor service: heat and
hot water included in rent. Apply to GEORGE
TRUESDELL, 22 W/fttt building. *e23-tf
APABTMENTS TO LET.
I llnea. It. 50c. gt. $1.00. 1 wk.. <2.33. 1 no, IT.aO.
FOR RENT -MOORE k HII.L (INC.). TIT I4TH ST.
APARTMENTS.
The Ontarlo.Tr.b.furJI10 * T03 Wll'.trd. Id t. .
The Milton,Ur.b.fur|T5.ou Or. b, attic 20.50
TV niipoDt. lfl.Br.b.GS.OO 1213 N nw. 2d B. ?r.
Tb? Slimcbmfttl. b, attic 28.B0
6f. b BO.00 Brj-11 Mawr, 3r. b. .26.50
481 18th. Tr. b.2B 80.00 Tlie Panroust, 4lh
Willaoo, 5r. fl, 5r, b 25.80
b 3S.50 to 42.50 2028 N Can.Ill Sr.b. 28.50
Wlllson. 6r, ISIS Or*f"n a*. 1st*
b 43.50 to 47.50 2d fla. fir.b.eacb.. 25 <M
ItrlDor, 2118 P Cr.h.42.50 500 K no. 5r4l< 2?."0
Thearle. 2122 P, 6r. IS T no. r.r. b. 2fl 21 5()
b 42.50 302N O. 2fl.flr.b.attlf24 50
Cheltenham, 1708 U, 17fi2 Wlllard. 5r. h 24 0i>
ar. b 42.30 516 512 2d ne, 5r. 1. 24 00
Vernon. 1774 L' nw. 1704 Willird. lit
?r, b 42.50 II. .-?r. I> 23 V)
Melwood. 1770 U nw. 2320 N nw. lfl.5r.b.22.50
6r. b 42.50 3040 O. 1st II. r.r, b.22.50
union. 1729 H.Or.b.40.00 502 F. no. 5r. b .. .22 NO
Marlon, 5r. b lajth and >8028 O. 111. Sr. b. .22 50
H) 40.00.50*4 K ne. 5r. b . 22.50
Melwood, 1770 U nw. 516 6tli ne. 1 H. 5r.b 22.5-?
5r. h 37 50 182 I' nw. 5r. b. . .22.50
Vernon. 1774 !7.5r.b 37 50 500 E ne. 5r. b 22.50
1011* 15th n.w.ltl.5r.t?35.50 302 Kin av nw, 2d
2325 18tli.fir.b.attic.32.50 floor. 5r. b 21.50
<321 18tn. 6r, D. 30S Fin ar. 5r. li.. .21.50
atlic, 2d n 30.50 513 5th ne Sr. b.ld.20.50
Pancomat. 3d. front. 2:115 X. 2d II. 5r. b.20.50
K? K OA Art nut, o.1 ... ?. 11 (VI
??, ts...... ov.w w* i ou ii?*. o? . *'
I'ancoast, 2il. front. OPO Ivy ?t ae. fir. b.lf.50
5r. b 30.00 Hit Todd pi. 5r. b...10.50
1350 Monro*. 5r, b, 11353 K nf, 4r, b.,.10 30
furnished 30.0011335 F nc. 4r. b.. .lf .ftO
Brru Mavrr. 4r, b..2UOO (WO Orleans pi ne...15.00
1761 Wlllard. Or, b..28.30 1336 E ne. 4r, I. . .H..V)
The Panc-oast. lit 0. 1419 1~. ne. 4r. b.14.30
Br, b 2^ 00 441 If>nn a*. 4r. b. 14.30
Brjn Mawr. 4r. b. .28.00 431>4 Tenn a*. 4r.b 14.3n
1880 IrTinfr, 1st fl, 431 Tenn ne. 4r, b.. 14.30
Br. b 27.50 1410K. Duncan.4.b,2fll3 30
830 Q nw. 5r. h. 88.27.50 61!> lflth ne. 4r 12.80
The Nanaemond.4r.b27.50 2137 Newport. 4r.b.1?J0
MOORF. A HILL (IXO.>. 717 1*TH 8T. S.W.
FOR SrRl.PlHR. IV THE Itltl'V<\VI?-K II > VII.
some eight-story fireproof building, on I st. opp.
Franklin Park- A bright and attractive apartment
of 4 rooms and bath at $40 r*?r month is
now available. Apply to superintendent or
SWAKTZELL. RHEEM & UFA"SKY CO..
dc26-tf 910 F at n.tv.
THE WYOMI.VJ.
Columbia road, opposite Cal. at?.
A very desirable fireproof apartment
house, containing?
4 rooms and hath.
5 rooms and bath,
9 rooms and bath.
Apply to 8WARTZELL. UHEKM & HKNSKY CO..
de26-Rt.eSu 916 F st. n.w.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY?1THE TENANT
of a large (three front) apartment in the Ontario,
g??ing abroad for 8 or 9 mos., will rent 6
or 8 rooms, furnished, at cost for rooms unfurnished;
or trill let 6 rooms, unfurnished, at low
rental; wide private hall, large rooms and finest
outlook in the city.
'Phone 3280 North, or call (except Sunday)
305, The Ontario. de22-41t#
THE CEJCII * 13TH AND 1, N/W.?FOR 1RENTS'room
apartment. Apply THE CECIL. dKJU-tf
TilhT POIITNKR.
16TII AND U STS. N.W. A BEAUTIFUL
FRONT THRKF. (3? ROOM AND HATH NONHOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENT. FURNISHED
OR UNFURNISHED. EXCELLENT CAFE IN
THE BUILDING. de20-tf
DELIGHTFUL APARTMENT IN THE ALREP r"
1823 F et.; plenty of air and light; handsomely
finished; every convenience; reasonable rent.
del9 tf ALLAN E. WALKEIt. 1412 G si.
THE CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND ORRgon
aves.; 8-room corner apt.; line rooms and
balcony; southern exposure; one 6-room corner
ant.: one 2-room and bath. Apply to Manager
delS-tf
FOR RENT 8-ROOM FLAT; CENTRALLY Located;
modern improvements; 1231 B st. n.w.,
near F and 13th and Pa. ave.; good furnishedrooin
locality. det8-eo7t
KFTNT. 11G NT CAR. AVE. S.E"?SIX Ot'TSIDK
rooms and bath, porch, all up-to-date conveniences;
only one apartment Wt. $25.50.
KARRICK & METCALF,
dplfi-Sn w.f-tf 1320 N y ht?
TOR RENT?DESIRABLE TWO-FAMILY APARTmerits,
in good locatious.
2701 11th st., corner Fairmont; 7 rooms and bath.
2224 Decatur st. n.w., 1st floor, ft ro^ms and bath.
2234 Decatur st. n.w.. 2d floor. 7 rooms and bath.
306 V st. n.e., 2d floor, 6 rooms and bath.
Lowest rates.
dell-d.eSa T. A. HARDING. 131G G st. n.w.
FOR RENT?BT If. F. SAUL CO.. 7TH A L N.W.
The Brjn Mawr, 1316 C st. n.w., 4 rooms
and bath $30.50 and $31 50
"The Home," 7th and Mass. sve. n.w., 4
rooms, all modern; centrally located 35.00
The Juniata, 1424 W st. n.w., 4r. and 3r.,
bath $30.50 to 45 00
The Nantucket, 1418 W St., 5 rooms and
hath s?
The Susquehanna. 1430 W st. n.w., 4 and
5 rooms and bath So 1.00 to 30.50
i 418 12th st. n.w.. 3d floor. 5r. and b 30.00
636 Q st. n.w.. 5r. and b M)
18 T st. n.e.. Cr. and b 2* 50
512 Tenn. ave. n.e.. 2d floor. Sr. and b.... 22.50
314 12th st. n.e.. 1st floor, 5r. and b 22.50
716 G st. n.e.. 5r. and b 2' 40
512 Tenn. are. n.e.. 1st floor. 5r. and b 20.50
312 F!a. ave. n.w.. 5r. and b 19.50
207 It st. n.w., 3r. and b IT 50
732 12th st. s.e.. 5r. and b 16.50
1132 7th st. n.w.. 3r. and b.. pas. 16.50
642 Morton st. n.e.. 4r. and b 14.50
420 O st. n.w., 3d floor. 4r. and b 13.30
1015 8. Car. ave. s.e.. 2d floor, 4r. and w.. 10 50
469 Mo. ave. n.w.. 2 basement rooms 10.00
2034 7th st., 3 rooms 8.00
1230 7th st. n.w., 3d floor front. 1 room..,. 4.00
deS-tf
FOR RENTTHE
KENBSAW,
16tb and Irving sts. n.w.
A few very desirable 6 and 7-room apartments
left.
All rooms have street frontage.
Excellent cafe and dining room.
Only Inspection will reveal tbe msi;j advantages
of tbe Kenesaw.
Full Information given at the office of tbe
Kenesaw or by
_deirtf T. A. HARDING. 1316 G St. n.w. _
016 S N.W.?4-ROOM FLAT; STEAM HEAT AND
gas; 127. defrtf
APARTMENT HEADQUARTERS.
THE WINDSOR. M25 T St. n.w.; NKW FIREPROOF
BI.I>G.; beautiful 4-roorn apt., 137.50;
6 rooms. Jfxj; all tbat Is left; very choice.
THE VIRGINIA. 2120 G st. n.w.; spaclons 4room
apt.. $30; splendid condition; modern and
vinvenlent.
W. A. RASTERDAY. Inc.,
'Phono M 216. First floor, BoDd bldf.
defl-tf
I HAVE SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE FLATS
of four rooms and bath; all modern improvements,
located near cars; Dorthoast. Rents 115
to llG.no per month. JOUX L. EDWARDS. 708
14th ?t. n.w. de5-tf
FOR RENT?THE ALBEMARLE. 17TH AND T
n.w.; flreproof 7-story building?one 3-room and
one 4-room apartment to sublease. no24-tf.eSa
"THE DON CARLOS."
Wltbln block of
Dupont Circle.
A slrlctly modern, elegantly appointed. hlKk(rade
apartment bouse, with every known con
TenleDce. at No. 2007 O St., near the Italian embassy.
overlooking N. II. ave. A few i-holc*
flats still to he had at reduced prices in this select
residential and fashionable location. Tkl
closest Inspection and comparison la Invited.
(See tbem today.)
'Phone M. 2744. B. C. BKA1NERD, 1410 O at.
del3 tf
FOR RENT?
THE DENVER," "THE INGLESIDE,"
1419 Chapln it. n.w. 1910 I st. n.w.
$25.50?Apt 3, 3r anil I) *30.50 2.1 floor. 5r. b
5.' 4r Srt b ' 1F11A*f?tA EB"
S&& & fir rd I mi -if, ft?
"THE MELTON." $35.00?6r aud b. .id fhwr
4th & N. Y. a?e. nw. "THE PAXCOAST, *
$22.50?Apt 4, 4r and b 1343 East Capitol st.
$22.50?Apt (5, 4r and b $28 Apt 3, 5r and b
$37.50?Apt 10, 5r and b $28 Apt 4. 5r and b
$25.50?Apt 25, 4r and b $30 Apt 5. 5r and b
$40.50?Apt 30, 5r and b|$28 Apt 7, 5r ami b
$40.50?Apt 31, t>r and b $30 Apt 9, 5r and b
Apt do, 4r anu d<*.?> :*>. Apt id, or ana o
BLUXDOX, O'BRIEN* & BELT,
1220 G st. n w. 'Phone Main 1204-09.
del-sa&w.tf
FOR" KENT?MOST l3l olKABLE APARTMENT
in The Mel wood and The Vernon,
1740-1744 U st. n.w.
6 and 6 rooms and bath each; modern and
tip-to-date; tiled bath rooms; ALL APARTMENTS
EXTEND FROM FRONT TO REAR OF
BUILDING. WITH SPACIOUS BACK PORCHES;
yards, etc.; STEAM HEAT' FURNISHED.
WITH JANITOR SERVICE; verv desirable and
convenient location. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
lu i r.AA.> in nr.^ uaij i*uw.
OPEN FOH INSPECTION. SEE US FOR
TOI.L PARTICULARS.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 14th it. n.w.
no30-tf
FOR RENT?APARTMENTS?
THE EMERY. 1812 G st. n.w.?
S rooms and bath $40 00
THE AUGUSTA, N. Y. and N. J. area, n.w.?
6. 3 and 4 rooms and bath $32.50 and $22.50
THE HAWTHORNE. 1527 I at. n.w ?
4 rooms and bath $25.00 and $27.50
THE COLONIAL. 30th and N ata. n.w.?
5 rooms and bath $28.50 to $31 50
2506 Pa. are. n.w.?
2<1 floor, 4 rooms and bath $20.50
3d floor, 4 rooms and bath $18.50
no27 tf WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F at. ? w.
CENTRALLY LOCATED. NEW AND MODERN
apartments?"The Claiborne." a.e. cor. 6th and
H ats. n.w.: suite* from 2 to 6 outside room* an<l
bath, elevator and janitor service, at reaaoaa.0*
rentals. A. F. FOX COMPANY. Eatabllshed ;?76.
i ur nriii/ vviucr. iviu. at ocn iwi ??c.
ocSl-tf
THE CECIL. 15TH AND L N.W.?FOR BENT?A
beautiful 5-room apt.; bright and cheerful; south
exposure; within easy walking distance of th9
shops, theaters, business offices and departments.
Apply at THE CECIL. no2Q-tf
THE CONKBCTIODT.
1 live-room apartment for ivnt Dec. 1.
1 seven-room apartment (possession given at
on*;*); furnished or unfurnished. Apply at offlce.
nol3-tf
FOR REXT? IIAXDSOM ELY FURNISHED BACH*
elor apartments; modern Improvements; steam
heat, electric light, elevator, telephone. Apply
to 1034 Oonn. ave. oc30-tf
FOR RENT-FrNE 5-ROOM AND BATH 8ECONDstory
flat In The Berwick, 14th and Park; steam
heat au<? janitor service; large back por<"b overlroldng
beautiful yard; $28.00. See Janitor.
I
- - -V
. APARTMENTS TO LET.
2444 12TII ?T. 8.E.. 8 ROOMS AND BATH. COM*
rrrte crllar. (25.60. DEEULE * CO.. 1404 0 IU
n.w. dtt-tt
~ "THE CLAIBORNE.
S.E. cor. 6th awl II atr. n w.
Houwkiwplng an>1 bachelor apartment* of 2. 4,
5 ixl 6 rooms; steam beat; Janitor ami elevator
errlre. Prf**** fp.nn $2.% to $60. Alao cafe. liar,
ber shop and otRoe room* for rent in thl* InilMitig.
Appljr K. O Hol.TZMAN, 142?> N. Y. a??.
MiW-tf
A T) A tl m?-r<*T rnA T LW
aroximLiYii) 1U LLI.
FIHXISHKD.
FOR RENT - BKAlTiFIUV K1 HMSHKI?
apartment. 4r. ami !?.. in the l.*rlede, No 1223
VI. ave.; four or six myths' le?s??; r?*nt r?-a*onable.
Apply W. If. WAJ.KKIC, 72S? 1Mb *t. n.w.
d??2tj-3t
TO SfBLBT. JAN1 \ KY. PKBEI Mil IND
March, small furnished apartment in The Highlands.
Address A. 11., Star oftW. de24-tt
A PKSIRABLK ~Ff RNI8!IEI> 1IK T\ SKK I:KIM NO
apartment to let for three or more month* from
about January 1, containin; live rooms and bath;
terms reasonable to desirai le tenant. Imjulrv of
Mrs MILNOR.
Decatur Apartments. llecatnr plaee.
d*?24-4t*fl
the < ir.ni a\i> i. n \v i tiit i:k\t ^
beautiful furuiRbrd 5-roorn apart wnt for S
m<-nths or longer term. Ai?i>ly T11E 0EC1L.
dt-22 tf
the westminstkr. 17th a nt)" q s i s v w.?
Fcrnisbcd arartmenta, aiuglc or en ultr. wttte
hatha; also hoard. dK? 30t
' FOR SALE?HOUSES.
* II. POc. St. $1.00. 1 wk.. $2 S3. I mo . $7 20.
FOR SALE- MIST BK SOLI> THIS WEEK.
ttwluoH to
Renting for $2o a nmnth Two-*tory find basement
bay-window Wrick. i\ room?* and bath, on rtth
St. n.w. This Is a good. nollr! house. well worth
$3,000. There is a trust of on it, which
ran Ik? paid.
STONE *v FAIRFAX. 1.142 New York a*e.
de2H .it
FOR SALSr $12,000.
Renting for $1?K) a month.
A modern huildimr v. est of l.Hth *t : store* and
flats, under least-.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New York a\e. *,
delM.tt
FOK SALE?
A BARGAIN.
1*1,250
Will buy an $S.500 hotiae s?j. ea*t of I>ii|*>nt
Circle; handsome .1-story duelling.
STONK AND ItHI' K
9?.tNJ0 I,OANKI> ON IT.
STUNK & FAIRFAX.
1342 Now York ave., adjoining corner of Hth.
de2tt-2t
FOR SALE?
ATTENTION, INVESTORS !
AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFER.
$7,750.
RENTING FOR $.?."> A MONTH.
Sntall house** ou Gtli nt. ii.w. near R; wide
frontage.
STONE & FAi..FAX.
1342 New York ave., adjoining corner of 14th.
FOIt SALE -IF YOi: WILL INSPECT IT YOU
will buy It. That modern home. No. L st.
it.\v.. faring south on park and Mass. aw. A. F. K
FOX CO., Estatdlsh?*d ls7<;. THE REALTY
CORNER,** 14th at NEW VOW Kft.
FOR SALE? "
MOORE & IIILL (INC.). 717 14TH ST. N.W.
IIOFSE WITH SIDE YARD N.E.
Six rooms and hath; |sjr?h; lot over 31 feet
front; paved street; eoutenlent loeation; near
two ear lines; only J2.2.V); a splendid oppoituuity
to gel a fine little home eheap.
CHEAP SOI THEAST HOME.
Close to Pa. ave.; <? rooms and hath; tine eonditlou;
easy terms; $2, *50.
NORTHEAST INVESTMENT.
Two family flat; very deep parking and good
bark yard to an alley: well rented at
monthly: $o.2T?0; a nice little Income bringer; can
be bad on easy terms.
ANOTHER NORTHEAST INVESTMENT.
Two house*, one frout and one In rear, renting
for $211 monthly; price,
NORTHWEST HOME AT COST.
Taken in trade; splendid home in aristocratic i
section. Just off Conn. ave.; 1U rooms and all
modern improvements; remarkably well tiiiiMhcd;
$8,300 was loaned on it; price, $S,750.
COLONIAL FRONT BRICK
for only $.'*,750 and ou payment like rent; new ?
never occupied; fl rooms, tiled bath, furnace.
covered frout iK?rrh; IS feet wide; deep back
yard; close to two car lines.
A SEMI-DETACHED DWELLING.
overlooking magnificent (?;ounda; located high
above city; large yard and expansive covered
porch; six Iteuutiful rooms and attic; fine cellar,
laundry tubs; hardwood trim throughout;
hot-water heat; reduced to $8,975 to ( cuttite
quick sale; monthly payments of $15 acceptable.
FIXE LITTLE INVESTMENT.
6-room house, n.c.; routs for #210 a year;
price, ?2,150; never empty.
NINTH STREET NEAR M NORTHWEST?
0 rooms; annual rental. ?to4; price, $3,r*P0; income
producer and speculation.
0
U' wMl iv.""mv IIPH'ITTO IIAI-klL'
With side light; covered storm porch; open
fireplaces; art glass windows; finest appointed
bath room ever seen In h house unde. three
times the price; selected wood finish; n>ant?'l*
of special design; 9 large room*; ample ?-l.?so's;
K^foot air space above third floor; every possible
appointment <>f a modern, high-grade h<>use;
hot-water heat; $S,0u0.
WIDE FRONTAGE ON AVENUE N.W.
9-room house on lot over 60 feet wide; deep
parking; convenient location; reduced to $4,100.
FINE "FIRST WARD** HOME
8 rooms; furnace; new bath; excellent condition;
$5,500.
COLUMBIAN HEIGHTS OPPORTUNITY.
0 rooms; 20 feet front; Just off 14th not
far out; $5,200.
SOUTHWEST HOME.
10 rooms; perfect condition; $4,000.
LOW -PRICED PROPERTY. CENTRAL.
6 room bricc. Otb st. near P; home or invest*
ment; $3,001).
CHEAPEST CORNER IX NORTHWEST.
8 rooms; on G at.; *3.750.
MOORE & HILL (IXC.), 717 I4T1I ST. N.W.
ueSg-Ba.m.w.at
FOR SALE-17U7 1ST!I ST. N W. "
Three-story brick; 9 rooms, liiith: water on 3d
floor; good location; owuera want an offer.
U L. HI ST.
de22-tf.r> 606 I4tfe at.
FOR SALE?JUST WHAT INVESTORS ARB
looking for?fine, newish brick dwelling, with M
rooms and 2 hatha; rented at $21*.00; near l.~*tb
and Md. ave. n.e.; can l?e bought for $1,200
caah; trust of $2..'W0: solid 12% Investment.
Wll I K'l.' <!HMtV f. lit Vll.'l I'JI'i .....I i1". I'Mb
H liil'I'IK, VII1I1IO IX ir.l .1 I I.K, WO ?U<1 IlilBt
de22-0t
FOR SA LK?COL 1*MBIA H EIO HTS.
OPEN EVERY DAY AND SUNDAY.
$h ,VK)
1345-47 COLUMBIA ROAD.
3-story aod cellar. 10 room*. 2 tiled baths.
Best hot-water heater. Thoroughly well t?ullt.
Don't buy until vou sep tbeui.
THUS. J. FISIIER & CO. (Inc.).
de22-Ct 1414 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE?COLUMBIA HEIGHTS!
$7,000 On 14th st. south of (V?lumbla road.
Fine location for a physician. This 1* $1,000
under value. Similar houses sold for $8,.V>0 9
large rooms. Large tiled bath room. Every
room in the house is bright. Plenty of largo
.liLO.ru Till IM 1 L'lUIIL'U I. ft k .( >.. i
de22-6t 1414 F st. n.'vr.
FOR SALE?$0,COO. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. H
large rooms. Tiled bath. Hot water heat l*x
1*00 to alley; nearly new. well-t?uilt house; $."?0O
cash, balance easy nionthlv payments.
THOS. J. F19IIKR A CO. <Inc>,
de22-flt 1414 F st. 11. w.
FOU SALESACRIFICE
PRICE.
Make an offer for large h<>uie on Vt. ave., south
of Iowa Circle; 12 rooms; 2 hatha; hot-water
heat; lot 22x80. Key at this oCHce. *
TUOS. J. FISIIEU & CO.. INC..
de22-Ct 1414 1' st n.r
FOR SALE?$7.500?$500 CASH.
Balance $25.00 per month.
Beautiful new houses. la go-. <1 location northTreat;
convenient to car line; Roman brick and
atone fronts; 4 rooms deep <>n first floor; <> bed
rooms; hot-water heat. If you are looking for a
modern, up-to-date, well-built home let us show
jvu lurae.
THOS. J. FISH KB & CO.. Inc.,
de22-Gt 1414 F st n.w.
FOR SALE?$4.200?IN IlLOOMIN?;i>ALE; $.V>I
canh. balance same as rout: now O-room and bath
brick residence: furnace beat: lot HlxlOo; kitchsu
1st floor. TUGS. J. FISHER & CO.. loc..
de22-flt 1414 F at n.w.
1 Wc NET ON MONEY INVESTED.
FOR SALE-$3,100 Renting for $3<>3 per year.
New stores In Columbia ?1 ts.; rented to flrstclass
tenants. This is i-n exceptional opportunity?so
don't delay.
TWOS. J. FISHER & CO. (Inc.).
de22-6t 1414 F st n w._ ^
FOR SALE?AN INVESTMENT OF $3,800 WILL
Say yon ijpi. 11 you warn a g?*?o piiv-e 01
own-town property, near the White Hulls-1, ciosa
to Conn, a?e., call at our office for further Information.
THOS. J. FISH KK A CO Inc.I.
de22-flt 1411 F_?t. ?.w._
FOR SALE#12.300?RENTING
FOR 11.200 PER YEAR; ?
YEARS' I>KASE?STORK AND FI.ATS, CORNER
OF ALLEY; 20% LWESTMKXT. SHE L'3
ABOUT THIS AT ONCE. PROPERTY IS INCREASING
IN THIS LOCALITY.
THOS. J. FISHER A CO. (IXC ).
de22-6t MM F at. n w.
FOR SALEWasMngton
Height*.
$7,000: renting for $W0 per year: rear 2 car
lines; 10 large rooms, tiled bath; hardwood
trim all through.
Good tome.
Good investment.
/* Good location.
THOS. J. FISHER A CO.. Inc.,
.i ?r?o a* 1414 IT ?t n ir
UCM-Ul - - - - FOR
SALE-ARTISTS HOME. 1310~MASS. AVE.
n.w.: house, studio and atable. (2U.000; easy
teroj; 11 rooms. 6 toilet rooms. 3 bath*. Address
Owner. ROBERT HINCKLEY, premUea.
delO-SOt*
LADIES' SUITS'
we will dress yocr entire " '
family FOR $100 PER WEEK
in all the up-to-date and latest
wearing apparel and millinery.
b. abramso.vs. 1012 7'1'h st. x.w.
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