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Your b ^????? ? ??? STAR BRANCH OFFICES. If not convenient to call at The Star office, 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue, leave your adver tlsement at any of ihe following Branch Offices: NORTHWEST BRANCHES: Centner's Drug Store. 14th j(nd lT sts. Eppley's Drug Store. 14th snd Welling pi. Portman'a Drug Store. 14th iind R. I. a*e. Lupton's Drug Store. Vermont ave. and S at. King's I>rug Store. 1.r?th md I sta. Ilolfzclaw'a News Stand. 1705 Pa. are. Ilerbst'n I>rug Store. 25th and Fa. ave. (Yliwell'a Drug Store. 7th and T ata. Postal Telegraph Office. 1126 Conn. are. Postal Telegraph Office. 912 Fa. are. Postal Telegraph Office 6th rnd B ata. Postal Telegraph Office Peun. R. R. Station. P Kann. Sons A Co.. Information Bureau. Woodward A Ijothrnp. Information Bureau. Interior Dept.. 8th A F sta.. Telegraph Office. Jenifer bldg., 7th A I) ats. Telegraph Office. Commercial Bank bldg.. Telegraph Office. Corridor IT. S. Capitol. Orler & Grler's Pharmacy. 0th and N. Y. are. Coldeuherg'a Department Store. 912 28 7til at.. Bureau of Information. Th#? Ilutcblmt-Kenner Drug Co., 17th A Que. Butler A Field, Drngglsta. .VI A Indiana are. Louie B. Oastell Pharmacist. 8100 11th at. Dupont Pharmacy. Chaa S. Boston, prop., 20th and P sts. 0E0R0E0WN: O'Donnell's Drug Store. 32d and M sta. O Pomiell Drnjf Store. 32d snd O sta. Adams Express Office 1222 C2tf st. Pride's Pharmacy. 2Sth and I* sta. NORTHEAST: Kenealy'a Pharmacy N. Capitol and I sta. Haley's Pharmacy. 11th and K. Capitol ata. MMhurn's Pharmacy. 13th and H sts. Butler's Pharmacy. 4th and Stanton place. SOUTHEAST: Bradley's Drug Store. 8th and E sts. O'DonueU's Drug Store. 3d "nd P*SOUTHWEST: Sullivan's Pro* Store. 7th and D ?ts. Eleventh Street Wharf. O'Brien 6 Hall. Chas. 8. Walter. 901 4% st. ANACOSTIA: C. O. Lolir, 23 Monroe st. ALEMTTDRIA: A. S. Doniphan. 727 King st. BRIGHTWOOD. D. C.: Wm. Thomas. Bright wood are. and Lorigfellow st. TENLEYTOWN, D. C.: Andrew Rurga, I>rugglst. WANTED?HELP. One cent a word for 15 words. MALE WANTED?A NEAT WHITE BOY FOR TUB ter. no interruption to school; salary. $6 per uu?. Call Tuea. bet. 3:30 and 4 p.m., 35 E at. n.w. WANTED?YOUNG MAN WHoT*NDKRSTANDS hanging awnings. Apply JOHN N. COONEY & CO.. 1?H?2 1st st. s.e. WANT 1:1> 1 SKFUL MAN AND DRIVER IN private family; with reference; name wages. Box KM>. Star office. WANTEl> IU >T A B<)I'T 15 YEARS OLD, IN real estate office; knowledge ?f typewriter preferred. Address, in own handwriting. Box 157, Star office. W ANTKI? I TILITY MAN ABOIT HAll KUHIM; g**?d wage*. Address Box 154, Star office. fel9-2t* WANTED-^N EXPERIENCED STATIONERY salesman: references required. Apply at once WASHINGTON NEWS CO.. 1113 Gth st. n.w. fei:? 3t WANTED YOUNG HAN WITH $150 AND services in paying business. Address Box li?8. Star office. W A N T K I)_I.ATI I Kits! APPLY TO~~JAS. ALEXANDER. staff con tractor, government pier, exposition grounds, Norfolk. Ya. fel9-3t* WANTED?BOOKKEEPER AND TYPEWRITER at once; youug man with experience and references. Address BOOKKEEPER. Star office. WA N r KD-Nl > MAN T? MM IU]\T~GRA DE I OU US to place in a good |*>sitlon: list of openings free If you state experience. 1IAPGOODS, 1212 Commonwealth Trust bldg., Philadelphia. WAN I KI>?WA(iON JUMPERS AND BUNDLE wrappers; permanent position; good salary. Apply to Supt., LANSBLRGU & BRO., 420 to 420 .th st. felS-2t WANTED YOUNG MAN AS STENOGRAPHER and tyi>e\vrltcr. willing to assist at other work. Apply after 10 a.m. Dr. McKEEHAN, 3331 N n.w. fel&-3t WANTED ? UOOD, ALL-ROUND 15 A K KR AT once. BrijrhtwiK'd are. fel8-3t wXnTEI? EXPERIENt KD"sniRT. COUGAR AND tuff m r archers. WEST END LAl'NDKY, 1723 Pa. iff fel&-2t WANTED^of"SO MAN~AS~?LERK ; ONE WITH oiue experience in drug store preferred. MODKlt.N intra AND MANUFACTL'RING CO., 7th and E n.w. fel8-3t WANTKD-HOY WHO WANTS T0~MAKE^ HISTaelf useful in real estate office. Address promptly X. li. Y.. Star office. feli*-3t WANTED?WHITE BOY ABOUT 1? TO DRIVE wagon and work in store. WASHINGTON COFFEE CO., I?t7 7th n.w. fel7-3t k V A NIK 1>-H( IV WHO HAS HAD ABOUT ONE year's experience in electric machine iihop to learn the electric business. Address Box 91, Star office. fel6 7t WANTED? BOY WHO IS WILLING TO LEA UN as clerk In electric supply store; mu?t be of good appearance and able to talk. Address Box W. Star office. fe!6-7t WANTED-ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY earn $10 to $10?) monthly In spare timo corresponding for newspapers; no cauvassing; experience unnecessary. Send for particulars. TRESS SYNDICATE. Lock port. N. Y. fe8-21t* U' a vrt'T i I ii i iil' r.A iinA iv Dii'i? vt- i no f XI a.i i c.c? .u.iur. ov.uw ir i > c. 1 r.-ino 111 the mall order busluess; began with (5; anyone can do the work In spare time at home; send for free booklet; tells how to get started. MANAGEJt, Box 570, Lock port. N. Y. Jal2-l#0t M AMEI) FOR MESSENGER SERVICE. YOUNG men and boys over 14 years of age; good pay; school l*>ys are wanted after sob<?ol hours and on Sundays aud holidays. MUTUAL DISTRICT MESSENGER CO.. offices with W. U. Telegraph Co., 1401 F ?t. and 1114 Conn. ave. nol-tu.th.sa.tf MALE OB FEMALE WANTED ? DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER (male or female). Address 4n own writing, giving age. experience and references, Box 132, Star offl.e fel8-3t FEMALE. WANTED?A RESIDENT LAUNDRESS IN PRIvate family; reference. Box 140, Star office. WANTED - YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER and typewriter fur several hours in afternoon iu Insurance office. Address Box 143, Star office. W A~NTEI> -PLEASANT <iIRL To ASSIST A CON alescent woman. A. P. O., Star office. ivXVI KI> ? EXPERTENCED M1LL1NERY PREparcrs, also trimmers; rood salary; permanent position. Apply KING'S PALACE, M10 7th. WAN TBI >- W H I TE~ BI NDITE WASHER AND lruncr. Apply HOUSEKEEPER, St. Jauies Hotel. felUJtr Wanted first-class seamstress, by the day. to make children's dresses; please statu wap's expected. Address W. S. E., Star office. W A NT KIV?II ELl'ERS ON WAISTS AND SKIRTS, also girls to embroider aud braid. Apply at once, Mr? SEAL. 1323 It ?t. n.w. WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAIST HANDS AND Improvers. B<?x 122. Star office. fel8-3t# WAN I ED EX PER 1ENCED SKIRT ANDWAJST hands. 1100 13th at. fel8-2t? WANTK1~ FXPKItifcLXCKD SHIRT\ COLLAR and cuff sTarrhers. WEST END LAUNDRY, 1713 Pi. are. fel8-2t \\ A \TW~A THOROUGH. EXPERIENCED^ fir*; class skirt baud. Address Box 127. Star Sflkf. fel8-3t* \\ANTKb-'SEVERAL YOUNG LADIES TO FOLD circulars. Apply at once. 108 C at. n.w. felS-8* \VAM El? -EXPERIENCED MILLINERY SALESladies; permanent position; good salary. Apply to !'>?>\* TON. 728 Ttii st. n.w. fel7-3t* \V A NTEl? Ml I.LI NEItY TRIMMER. I?REPARBK. salesladies and apprentices; also stork clerks. F ROSE. 1113 F st. fel7-5t* WANTED- SCHOOL <;IRLS. INDIES, $1.00 PER day copying advertising letters at home. Particulars with article all pretty women use, postpaid, 10 rents. NKKDlx C< 'HI') MIATIOX, Sauloruville, N. H. TnLi Is reliable. We know them personally and vouch for them. fel~ Su.tu,th-3t* WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES FOB millinery department; i*-rman?*nt position; good ) salary. Apply to MAY Ell BROS. & CO., U37 F , at. n.w. fel3-7t I WA NTKD?K X PERI KNCED PREPARERS AND trimmer* for millinery work room. Apply to MAVKU BMW & CO.. M7 F at. n.w. fel3-7t W A STKD - AN Y I XT ELIJU BNT PERSON MAY* earn $10 to $100 monthly In spare time corresponding for newspapers; no canvassing; experience unne.-vagary. Send for particulars- PRESS S\M>I< ATK. l?.-kport. X. Y fe8 21f DOMESTIC. WANTKP WHITE CHAMBERMAID. $26; CHAMIktium UN, $1*0. $1H; la tile*' maids, $25; nurses and other help. LADIES' KXCliAXGE, li07 Vermont ave. Wan ted white waitress" $ ?! house" waltN eook*. general houaeworkers. other heln. IjAIHKS' KX(TFaN?;K, 80 7 Vermont afe. " WANTKI* ATTEN!>ANT FOR ELDFJtLY LADY. $2T>. i-ennnnenr. Nuuil?er other place*. LADIKS* EXCHANGE, *?7 Vermont ?ft. W"AN'l HI) COLORED IIOl'SBMAIDS. $15 $12; chambermaid*. $18. $15; nurses, iaun lreaaeH, jp-neral house worker*. LADIES' EX( HANUB. No7 Vermont ave. WANTKD-a COOK, at OXCK. apply apaut- i iii'*nt 41, the Aleiioae, 1343 Clifton at. n.w. felllf \V A NTKI >? NI* BSK FOR CHILD THUBK YEARS old. at once. 1614 lthode Island ave. WANTED?WHITE Mills FOR PLAIN COOKING, In private family; no chamberwork; good home. Apply 1300 Keny.m at. WANTKD- COLORED WOMAN To DO GRNEllAL hotiaework; stay nights. Apply (>11 H at. n.w. fellKH W A NTKI>?AT 210 NORTH CAPITOL ST.. GIRL for general housework; small family. WANTED?A METTLED WOMAN FOR GENERAL bo?-ework. In private fara-ly; good wages; ?tay r. , : ?. >. 13H3 Irving at. o.w. fel9-3t* Wants Kno WANTED?HELP. FEMALE. DOMESTIC. wanted ? colored cook, immediately-, atay nifrbts. 1416 H ?t. n.w. wanted?white gikl competent to take care at rhlMren. Answer, stating references, _Box 15?, Star JJfflce. fe!9-3t? WA.Vmi-KMJABlA KtbdUl UlUij Uil ao for generaJ housework In (mat! family. 1323 Q n.w. WANTED?GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK or morning and nights; references required. Apply 34. the Roanoke. WANTED - WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK; GO home nights. HOC 8th n.w. WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK AND ASSIST In housekeeping. Apply 1314 22d ?t. fel8-2t* WANTED - WHITE WOMAN FOR GENERAL housework; two In family. 1914 13th at. fe!8-3t* WANTED - COOK AND HELPER IN FLAT; stay nights; uo washing; wages. |14. 2238 Decatur pi. n.w., bet. R and S. 22J and 23d sts. fel8-2t? WANTED?SCRUB WOMAN, COLORED; SALary. (13 per month and board. Apply Hotel Grafton. felS-St WANTED?GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, cook. Iron and clean. Apply 1815 13th St. n.w. fe!8-2t WANTED-GENERAL HOUSEWORKER, SMALL family; ran gtay nights; references. Apartment No. 1. 1333 Euclid. fel8-3t* WANTED?A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, IMMEdlately; no jraahlBg. 153 G st. s.e. fe!7-5t WANTED?SITUATI0NS7 One cent a word for IB words. WANTED?BY COLORED MAN, POSITION; GEN ueuuiu 9 vaiet. porter, driver, janitor or iname work: excellent horseman; personal reference. AMBY. 1920 L at. n.w, fel9-3t? WANTED?BY YOUNG MAN, UPHOLSTERING and repairing; will do the work at your own home Address Box 123, Star office. fe!8-2t* WANTED?BY a YOUNG MAN. POSITION as clerk or bookkeeper; three years' experience; best references. Address Box 131, Star office. domestic. WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR RECOMMENDED driver, porter and houseman; also liouseboy. "EUREKA." 1011 y. Y. avs. male ob female. WANTEI)?BY MAN AND WIFE. COOK* AND butler's place or maid and butler. Call or address 1X10 Fierce place. WANTED?BY a RESPECTABLE COLORED boy. place as elevator boy or waiting In a small private family. 1700 Mass. ave. wanted?any time you are IN NEED Of a competent stenognpjer oi bookkeeper apply at BTRaVeR S business college, 11th and t sts. n.w. 'Phone Main ?430 no23-tt female! WANTED - BY GERMAN GIRL, PLACE AS housekeeper or parlormaid In hotel. Address Box 148. Star office. ' fe!9-3t* WANTED - BY COMPETENT DRESSMAKER, with references, another regular customer. Address B. C. A., Star office. fel9-2t \V * VTVT1 t'M K1 I YT* 4 Oil TA T\A A 1> UfiMP. ? >.< 1 ??/ O.U KiJ M AOI1 XV/ UU AX UUJ1CI, ladies' or gentlemen's. 1405 P st. n.wr. WANTED?BY~RESPE<~TABLE COLORED GIRL, place as cbamt>ermaid and waitress. 1420 loth st, n.w. WANTED?SITUATION AS USEFUL COMPANION to elderly lady; very capable; well educated; understands massage. Address "SWEDE," btar office. fel8-3t* WANTED?TAILORESS AND DRESSMAKER; sewing in private family: best references given. M. L. W.. 1025 ISrh st. n.w. fel8-2t* WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY of pleasant address, writing good, legible hand and accurate at figures, clerical position where Industry. conscientious, painstaking efforts are appreciated. Address Box 126, Star office. fel8-tf domestic" WANTED?A PLACE TO DO PLAIN COOKING in a flat- Afternoons Dnmhortnn WANTED?BY GIRL. SITUATION AS GENeral houseworker. 2249 Madison at. WANTED? PIaACE AS FIRST-CLASS COOK; CAN give good references. Call 2306 M st. n.w. WANTED-A NURSE OF LONG EXPERIENCE wants, at once, situation; can furnish good references. 12 O at. n.e. WANTED - WASHING TO DO AT HOME OB flats to clean mornings. 1915 M st. n.w. WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR SEVERAL EFFIclent white cooks; also experienced colored cooks. Aill capacities help supplied. LADIES' EXCHANGE, 807 Vermont ave. WANTEIn WORK FOR CAPABLE LAtfNdresses. by month, day and take home. LADIES' EXCHANGE,-807 Vermont ave. WANTED?W HY NOT TRY FOSTER'S FOR help? Only the best. City references. 924 18th st. n.w. WANTED HY GERMAN WOMAN. PLACE AS cook; references; sleep home; $25 month. Address Box 150. Star office. WANTED-BY EXCELLENT WHITE WOMAN cook, place in first-class private family. Call at 1144 15th st. n. w. CABAN1SS, Agt. _ WANTED BY NE.\T, RELIABLE COLORED girl, place as nurse or chambermaid; stay nights. Address 1015 V Bt. n.w. WAXTEI>? BY~RESPECTABLE COLOIIED WOMan, plare as first-class cook. 17 Jacksou at. n.e. WANTED-BY RELIABLE COLORED WOMAN, place as plain cook in small family. 3075 Canal St., Georgetown. WANTED?BY RELIABLE WOMAN, PLACE "TO do small laundry work at home. 2729 Rock court n.w. WAXTKIi?WASHING TO DO AT UOilB. CALL, at 934 24th n.w. WAN TED-BY COLORED GIRL. PLACE TO DO general housework or cooking. 1618 U st. ? A.> i r^i*?isi uuluhku WDMid, plare as cuok or first-class laundress 12t>9 leth st. WANTED?PLAOK BY COMPETENT COOK. IN first class family. 1222 R st. WANT E[MBy ci)IJIRF.U WOMAN, PLACE AS rood cook; good reference. Call or address 132G 13th st. fe!9-2t WAXTKD?BY WHITE WOMAN, PLACE WITH Srlvate family as cuok or laundress. Address . W. F., Star office. WANTra>-BY COMPETENT COOK, PLACE IN Urat-cluss family. 1222 H st. n.w. WANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN. WASH1NU to take borne by week. Address 12<H 1st s.w. WANTED- SITUATION FOR ONE MONTH BY good cook. Apply THE CONNECTICUT, Apt. 23. felj?-2t? WANTED ? BY RELIABLE COLORED GIRL, ulure as chambermaid, waitress or cleaning office. aiNti) lotli n.w. WANTED ? BY FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS, washing to take home or day's work. 1825 Wiltberjrer st. n.w. fel9-2t* WANTED?BY YOUNG GERMAN GIRL. LIGHT housework; no cooking or washing. 2524 F st. p.w. fe!8-2t* WANTED?BY COLORED GIRL, PLACE AS cook or chambermaid. 1717 R st. n.w. fel8-2t WANTED-BY COLORKD WOMAN, DAY * 8 OR week's work to do. 2204 9th st. fel8-2t WANTED?SITUATION AS COMPANION TO lady or managing housekeeper. References given. Address Box 110, Star office. fel7-3t* LOST AND FOUNDS One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 times. LOST-MONDAY NOON. BETWEEN 14TH AND 15tb sts. on G.. or getting on 14th st. car, package of photos addressed to Miss PILE, 1517 H. I. a%'e. Reward. LOST?SI'NDAY, B. AND O. TRAIN FORM BALtlmore. hand satchel containing uiouey, etc. Liberal reward. 17<>4 F. LOST?FEB. 18. SMALL PURSE CONTAINING money and ear tickets. Reward. Communicate with Mrs. M. E. UlLMElt, Mt. Vernon Flats. LOST-FEB. 10, A SEA L- BROW N MUFFTIBET. Rlggs st. and Wyoming ave. Suitable reward, 201& Wyoming ave. feli>-3t I.OST-A PURPLE LEATHER BAG. CONTAIN*ing two pairs oi>ern glasses, in lobby of Chase's Theater. Saturday night last, February 16. Liberal reward. Address Box 145, Star office. fel'J-3* LOST?SUNDAY AFTERNOON. GOLD BROOCH, vicinity (if Nortb Capitol ami You. Reward If returned lfl You Kt. n.w. felt>-3t* LOST IiET. 3D AND K N.W. AND FIRST AND It st*. n.e.. silver Itelt buckle. Reward If returned to Flat 2, 3207 N at. 'I'boue West 121)3. fel!?:!t LOST?PAIR or GLASSES. CHAIN AND EAR piece. In Frankllu cute. Return to 1317 Q at. n.w. Reward. CoST HI.M'K AND WHITE POINTER DOG; nickel-plate collar and tag; name and addrcga on Inside of colfcr. Reward If returned to owner. M. H. HERlftMAN. 224 12th at. a.e. fel0-3t? iJlWT ? FOX TERRIER, MALE. RATHER large; has black bead and earn, black light bindquarter, and black patch on each side of Imdy; tall quite thick, itbont s'x Inches long, black at r<Mit and **nrnru up. ??>rr tan irnmrr collar (rolled!, with tag mid lock. Substantial reward at 1714 G at. n.w.. room 3. fel9-3t? L<WT~FEB" 11. A GOLD BROOCH SETT~WITH peirla. Reward. Communicate wltb 1368 G at. s.e. fel8-3t* LOST-A FEMALE GREYHOUND. LIGHT TAN collar, white stripe on face. Reward. 1*13 24th n.w. te!8-3t I'OI XD-MAI.K FOX TERRIER; WHITE! Apply at HOTEL GORDON. fel8-St* LOST -GOLD BROOCH WITH TI RQIOISE. BEtween Uth st.. I'a. ave. and 15th 8t. Reward If left at OALT & BRO S fclS 3t? LOST?SIX DAY. EITHER ON MASS. AVE. NEAR 7th or 7th bet. Mass. are. and N n .w, boy's dark overcoat. Reward. G13 X n.w. felS-3t* LOST-SI NDAY NIGHT FROM TRAIN AT OrS at. station. rabbit hound. Reward If returred to STATION MASTER. Penn. R. R. fel8-3t? LOST- RorXD DIAMOND AXD PEARL BROOCH, with diamond pendant and blue stone attached, i'leaae retura to li>41 lttth at. and receive reward. fel7-3t wn. A Stai WASTED?MISCELLANEOUS. One eent ? wort eicfa tiro* tat 15 wordu 3 time*. WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB WORN GARMENTS. LADIES. GENTLEMEN'S & CHILDREN'S SHOES A HATS. ANY AMOUNT. ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL ANT HOUR. J. TARSHBS, 1806 7TH N.W. 'Phone North *88. fe!9-25t? WANTED?CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE. CARmtm. office and iton flxtnrea of ill kinds. Furnl tore stored, packed and shipped. Address BAUM, 912 Fa. ?Te. n.w. 'Phone Msln 1254. feliMf WANTED - TO BUY OLD FKATHHB BEDS. When selling why not drop postal to an old, reliable firm T H. MASKS, SOT 7th. opposite Saks'. or 'phone Main 1903. felO-tf WANTED?ANY OLD THING FOB SPOT CASH and foil ralne; furniture of all kinds, furnishings: prompt service. Address EINSTEIN'S, 301 7th at. s:w. 'Phone Main 6118. fe!9-30t?4 WANTED?BY COLORED MAN, AN INSTBUCTor In French. Address Box 141, Star office. fel9-3t* WANTED?TO BUY DAIRY LUNOH BOOM Fixtures; must be In rood condition and cheap. Address Box 149, Star office. fe!9-3t* WANTED ? TYPE?GOOD SECOND-HAND 8SolDt modern; also job type. Address Box 166, tar office. WANTED?IF TOO ABB GIVING OP housekeeping and wish to aell part OC all of your furniture, send for the man who baa reputation of 20 ivara' fait dealing. MARCUS NOTES. 428 0tfe d.w.; 'phone Mala 3171. fel8-tf,9 WANTED ? EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY, this month?80.000 lb*, old feathers; highest cub price. Alao furniture, ladle*' and cents' clothe*. Send postal; will call at once. 213 7th st. a.w. fel6-14t* WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHES. LADIES' OR GENTLEMEN'S. ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL. 'Phone North 1765. W. RICE, 1332 7th at. B.W. feie-Ot* - WANTED?HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID for feather bed*; (ooae, dock or chicken feather*. Addreu or call BEDDING FACTORY, 812 13th st. n.w. 'Phone Main 303. fefl-90t WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID,WORN garments, ladles', gentlemen's, children'* shoes and hats, any amount. Address postal, I will call. A. KEBESKY, 1800 7th D.w. 'Phone N. 3200 M. fe5-30t? WANTED?DIAMONDS, ONE TO FOUR KTS.; $100 per kt. np; old gold, silrer and city pawn ticket* bought; money to loan also. 'Phone M. 4878. ABRAHAMS, Bonded Broker, 433 9th n.w. J*27-tf ^ 1 AM THE ONLY MAN THAT PAYS HIGHEST price* for ladle*' and gent*' caat-otT clothing, men's shoes, bats and shirts: drop postal, will can, m. uitHWire, law 7ta p.w. jaio-wut WANTED?FURNITURE FOR CASH-SELL ..u'l* GOODS TO TUB MAN THAT GIVES YOU THB MOST MONEY. HOPWOOD. 8TB AND K N.W. _)?10.90t WANTED-ALL THE OLD. USELESS OOLD AND silver lying Idle Id jour possession. Coral*, diamonds, cameoa. jewelry and silverware bought. C. F. KAKK, Jeweler. 618 13th St.. above FT Ja4-tf WANTED-BIG MONEY PAID FOB DESIRABLE furniture, carpets, office furniture and household goods of all kinds; contents especially. D. NOTES, G2S Louisiana are. 'Phone M. 8000. de5-tf WANTED?SPOT CASH PAID FOB GOOD SKOond-baud L'PRIGUT PIANOS. Call or address 1231 G St. au27-tf WANTED-OLD CARPETS WOVEN INTO FINS art rugs; only weaving concern here. WASHINGTON RUG CO., 931 5th n.w. Phono M. 4325. apl9-tf,4_ WANTED - UPRIGHT PIANOS BOUGHT FOB cash. WORCH'S, 023 F. Squares and orsans taken In exchange- m/31-tf MONEY WANTEDAND TO LOAN. 4 lines. It. COc. 3t. 11.20. 1 wk.. $2.52. 1 mo.. *7.20. FUNDS ALWAYS ON HAND Tu LOAN ON D. C. real estate. In aurns $500 to $28,000; 4uj and 6%; no delay; no charge for preparing papers; least expense. COLLLNS-UUEISRY CO., (21 13th n.w. jal2-U0t MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUBrent rates of Interest on real estate In the District of Columbia. FITCH. FOX & BROWN. Jal-tf 1406 G at. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST TRUSTS ON D. 0. real estate security at S per cent. Kvery possible conslderstlon showL borrower*. ntr uhvc uu '*j per cem ujout:)' l[ present. THE HARRISON REALTY COM f ANY. del3-tf 907 Q at. o.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON AFl'UOVED UEAL EState; lowest Interest; reasonable charges. Prompt attention. GEO. W. L1.NKINS. deT-tf 800 19:h at. n.vr. ilou.uuo TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON REAL estate at 4 and 5 per cent. Answers given aume day of application where margins are sufficient. Expenses lowest. BUTLEU-TALIAFERUO CO. (Inc.), cor. 9th and 11 sts. n.w. no24-tf MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RAT to OF INterest on D. C. real estate. No um.jsonable WALTEB H. ACKEK, mh29-tf.5 1420 V n.w. LOANS ON STOCKS, BONOS. LIKE POLICIES, trusts. bldg. assn. shares, syndicate certfi. and other approved collateral. lk>-52 iletierutt bldg., 1110 K St. 'Phone 617. 0. A. BAKEK. seS-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal In amounts of $1/0 or more received ut any In. terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, Hiuid hlil*.. 1408 N. Y. are. n.w. no2-tf MONEY TO LOAN AT ? AND 4Vj PER CENT In sums of $1,000 to $100,000 on L>. C. real estalc nor nff R ru>r oonf and A nor K?nf Inana mnA begin anew at lowest rates of Interest; *11 transactions conducted with economical conside: -tlon for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Je8-tf,7 1407 F St. n.w. IP YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN, BUY OR sell on real estate, I can gave you time and cash, as 1 give personal attention to all deals. de6-tf,4 J. KAKIN GADSBY, 526 13tb St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent Interest. Special privileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD, 1807 F st. n.w. fe?-tf.a HORSES AND VEHICLES. One cent a word each time for IS words 3 times. FOR SALE?2 GOOD WORK HORSES. DIRT wagon and harness; price, $150. L. D. JONES, Brlghtwood. D. C. fel9-3t* FOR KALE?1 FULL GLASS-PANEL DEPOT wagon, good as new; 3 cou'/e rocltaways, 4 surreys, 1 business buggy and 0 sets of harness. A. J. STABLER. U31 D St. n.w. fel9-3t? FOR SALE?15 HORSES AND MARES. SCTT able an/ business; ages ranging from 0 to 10 years; all goo-l workers; 6 dirt wagons and B ets harness. Rear 477 Mo. are. fel8-7t* FOR SALE?IRON GRAY JHORSE ABOUT"7?V4 years old. 16 hands hlgb; weight, 1,200 pounds; suitable for coupe or private carriage; price, $175. Apply lit* F at. n.w. fel8-3t FOR SALE?PLATFORM SPRING WAGO.V; GOOD condition; reasonable. Box K* Star office. fel7-3t FOR SALE-LARGE, SECCOND HAND TRUCK, with top, capacity, 3 to 4 tona; $75.00. S. D. WATERS & SON. 310 Pa. ave. n.w. fe!7-3t FOR SALE?LIGHT BROUGHAM. NEWLY painted. In splendid condition; price, $06.00; bargain; owner liai no use for It. CONKLIN. rear 420 M at. n.w. falB-tf U. S. TRANSFER COMPANY. MOTOR POWER REPLACES THE HORSE. $35 to $85 300 HEAD OF HORSES and 100 trn > *-v AVT? vrvn\?n D I A/tW 11 TT1 T ?r? If r*T VCI a XI CJ.\ IJ yjc lUUl'U, OLUV.ai-OUlL.1 OitliEiO, D to 8 years old. weighing 900 to 1,400 pounds, to be positively sold, on account of our new motorwagon system. Will be sold at the rate of 50 head a week. All good, serviceable stock, right out of hard work. Also. 30 HKAD OF BIG, YOUNG. FAT MARES, pavement sore: will come sound In the country. See SUPERINTENDENT at COMPANY'S STABLES. 533. 535. 537 and 539 WEST PRATT ST., cor. Greene, Baltimore, Md. fel3-90t MULES. MULES. MULES. U. S. TRANSFER COMPANY. 100 HEAD YOUNG MULES. $75 TO $150 A i aiii. r*'e ac company a Stables. 535. 537, 138 W. Pratt 8t., cor. Greene, Baltimore, Md. fel3-*X)t HIKE YOLK HORSES FROM GKO. HYMAN, 303-311 utb st. n.w. Tel. Main 1371. Ja#-D0t-4 FOR SALE-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW and second-hand light delivery wagons; also one 6-passenger depot wagon, with rubber tires; 3 broughams: 2 wagonettes for sale or hire, ilara bargains for quick buyers. S. D. WATERS A SOX, 310 Pa. ave. Jatt-iXU.e TEN SLEIGHS. NEW AND SECOND HAND; $10 to $20: bells, $1.00. Owing to alterations In my repository will sacrifice 150 sets new aad secondhatid kurnaia anil 1AA vahiolao all tlviHu wtkaa and blanket*. COGSWELL'S. 209 lttb ai n.w. del-O-tf FOII BALE?10 HEAD OF GOOD HORSKS. 8UITAltI.E FOK WORK AND DRIVING. JUST ARRIVED FROM SOUTHERN MARYLAND. APPl.Y REAR 491 PA. AVE. 'PHONE M. 3771. )nS90t.4 , AUTOMOBILES. One cent a word eaeh time for 15 vrorda 3 time*. FOR SALE?A DEMARE8T VICTORIA, CHEAP; cost twelve hundred; good a< new. S. D. WATERS & SON, 310 Penna. ave. n.w. fel9-14t STEVBNS-DURYKA RUNABOUT; 2-CYLINDER; run equipment; greai uargaju. jiutvu UAH l"., 1315 N. Y. ave. felT-3t AU B L' Il.N ?TRY AND EXAMINE ONE UEFORE you buy; Immediate deliveries; seats fire, (1,250; runabout. $1,150; a man bout Id good condition for aale. HAWKS AUTO CO.. 1310 Stanton et.; telephone Main 3220. Ja28 80t*.? ATJTOMOBILE REPAntlliG. we HAVK KVKRY FACILITY FOR AUTOMO bile repairing, employing only expert help, guaranteeing first.class work. T1IE ELMER H. CATt.IN CO.. 30ft 13th n.w. Jal#00t-4_ ~ PALMISTRY. 4 line*. It. 60c. 3t. $1.20. 1 wk.. $2.62. 1 *>.. |7J0. UMR. ItlTA. THE WORLD'S ORRATKST PAf.il. 1st aud ustroloi;pr, now holding receptions at 723 8tk at. u.w. 1 Fee. 50c. dalS SOt* * "Want Ad' FOE BENT?BOOKS. One tent a word for IB word*. FURNISHED. _ 1028 17TH ST. N.W.?LARGE, COMFORTABLE furnished. In private family; reasonable; close to depart menu. fe!9-3t* 210 O ST. N.W.-IN EXCEPTIONALLY WEUJbarvt V * - A * - ! < - - - ' ' ' u"iuc, iv nriuieu uuuiib, uour ior ngoi nousekeeping. , fel9-3t? 217 K N.W.?2 FRONT ROOMS FURNISHED complete for l.h.k. fel?-2t NEATLX FURNISHED CORNER ROOM. 10 minntes' walk from treasury: |u and heat; batb on same floor; private family; Terr reasonable; reference. 901 22d n.w. fel?-2t LARGE. BRIGHT, BAY-WINDOW ROOM?FLAT 14. the Lenox. 1523 L at. Call after 3. fel8-2t* NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. IS PER MONTH 12 6th n.e.. near Library and Capitol. fel8-3t* NICEL3C-FURNI8HBD ROOMS. CENTRALLY LOcated; 'phone. 1614 K at. n.w. fe!7-3t 1339 T ST. N.W. ? ELEGANT FURNISHED rooms; southern exposure; large bright sunny rooms; tllsd bath; all modern conveniences; metal beda. fs!3-14t* 1421 H ST. N.W.?FURNISHED ROOM FOB rent, with all conveniences; gentlemen only. fe7-tf FURNISHED OR CSFUHMI8HED. TWO LARGE, PLEASANT ROOMS; HEAT, GAS. bath; l.h.k.; partly furnished If desired. Call Sunday, 810 S. Capitol. 6 ROOMS AND BATH; ALL OPEN FRONT. HO. 74. Tbs lows. 13th and O m.w. 1?l4-tf UNFURNISHED. THREE NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS. ON SEO ond floor, for light housekeeping; 118. 2815 N at. n.w. _ fe!9-2t* TWO NICE UNFURNI8HED ROOMS; HEATED; second floor; suitable for light housekeeping. 1010 11th St. n.w. TWO OR THREE LARGE, UNFURNISHED rooms, suitable for light bouaekeeplng; southern exposure. 619 K st. n.w. SECOND FLOOR. FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS and bath; beat and gas; references. 1135 17th st. n.w. fe!9-3t* TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. HEAT AND GAS. newly painted and papered, very reasonable. 1012 I ? ?.e. [elS-Xt 1461 B. I. AVE.?LARGE, SUNNY. UNFDBnlshed front room; southern exposure; good board. f?17-3t? 1030 1TTH ST. N.W.-tJNFCBNISHED BOOMS", Ingle"or en gnlte; telephone; reference. fel7-3t* FOB BENT-TWO NICE LARGE BOOMS FOB housekeeping; excellent terms. 64 V ?t. n.w. fel7-St* THREE OR FOUR-ROOM FLAT; SECOND FLOOR; hot-water heat; southern exposure; no children; call after 2:30. OWNER, 2129 N st. n.w. fel7,10,20,24-4t? FOR"RENT^FTVE "ROOMS, ALL MODEBN~IMprorements. (17.00. 1742 7th st. n.w. fe!3-7t* WANTED?ROOMS. One cent a word for IS words. WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN, UNFURNISHED room, with or without board. In private family. Address, statin? terms. Knx 159- star offlpe. WANTED?BY YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED pianist and accompanist (has grand piano), inexpensive room with musical people or with vocalist in 8tndio quarters; *eferences. Address Box 137, Star office. > ROOMS AND BOAED. One cent a word for 15 words. 1733 17TH 8T. N.W.?DESIRABLE ROOMS AND good table board; prices modi-rale. fel8-3t* LARGE. BRIGHT FRONTHROOM; AlSO"HALL room; with good board. 003 H at. n.w. felS-3t THE OAKLAND, 2017 COL. ROAD.; CONN. AVE. car line; high-class fur. rooms; dining room In bldg.; trninsients taken. Apts. 40 and 54.fel8-4* 1918 "I" N.W.?ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, second floor; bouse large and desirable; near two car lines. fel7-7t* VERY HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SECond and third floors, with board; free telephone. 1354 Fairmont st. fel4-tb,sa,tu-tf 1708 F N.W.?DELIGHTFUL ROOMS AND board, with pleasant southern family; $22 50 to $30 per month; excellent home table; piano and telephone. felltf 024 14TH ST. N.W., OPPOSITE FRANKLIN Park?Two communicating rooms, with prlrate bath; one single room, nlth board. Ja31-tf BOARDING HOUSE RATES: HOTEL CONVENleuces?LA KETRA'S HOTEL. 11th and G. Near office or store. Call and aee. laSl-tf WANTED?BOOMS AND BOAED. One cent word for 15 words. WANTED?WITH A~PRIVATE FAMILY, IX OH near Bloomingriale, 1 room, with breakfast, by lady employed during the day; references exchanged.^ AivrttiJ?lai'I , rbKASAKT room and board in private family, south of East Capitol st. between 2d and 7th. Address Box 146, Star office. " BOARDINGS 1701 I* ST.. NEAR DLPONT CIRCLE?FIRSTclass table board, $20 per mo. fe!9-3t* WANTED?BOARD. 4 lines. It. 50c. 3t. *1.00. 1 ffk.. $2.33. 1 mo.. $7.20. WANTED?IN PRIVATE FAMILY. BOARD AND motherly care for girl of 10, attending school. Address Box 147, Star office. fel0-3t* "foe rent?officesT" ? lines. It. 50c. 3t. $1.00. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo.. $7.20. FOIt RENT?1320 N. Y. AVE. N.W., 1ST AND 2Dfloor rooms, suitable for rea.1 estate, dentists, etc.; $10 and $20; situation unsurpassed. fe!7-3t K A BRICK St. METOALF, 1320 N. t. are. FOR RENT-CORNER 12TH AND I STS. N.W. DESIRABLE OFFICE ROOMS; HOT-WATER HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT; RENT, $20.00. felO tf.5 H. L. ItL'ST, HO* 14TH ST. N.W. FOR RENT?LARGKi UNFURNISHED BASE mem aL no. iuo ioia at. u.w.: real, S40 per inouth. Apply, to WOOD, HARMON & CO., above address. fe8-tf FOR REXT-TWO VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE rooms In The Evening Star Building; one exceptionally well lighted and suited for artist; heat and janitor service Included. Apply at Business Office. de4-tf FOE RENT?HALLS. FOR KENT?THE MOST BEAUTIFULLY AF POINTED HALLS LN THE CITY TO LET FOR ALL SOCIAL PURPOSES: LARGE RANGE IN BASEMENT CAN BE USED WHEN BANQUETS ARE SERVED. APPLY MANAGER, THE LEWIS BLDG., 1502 14TH N.W. 'PHONE NORTH 5152. fe5-tf,6 FOR RENT ? CARROLL INSTITUTE HALLS, 10th and K ats. n.w. Tbe most complete ana thoroughly equipped balls In the city for societies, banquets, entertainmenta and receptions; terms reasonable. Apply at Jiall. nol-tf " PROPOSALS. ~~~ 4 lines,.It, 00c. 3t. $1.20. 1 wit.. $2.52. 1 mo.. $7.20. OFFICE. COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT OF Columbia, Washington, February 14, 1907.?SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m. March 4, 1907, for constructing Junction section of trunk sewers. Forms, specifications 1 aid necessary Information may be obtained at Room 43. District building, Washington, D. C. HENRY B. F. MACFARLAND. HENRY L. WEST, JOHN B1DDLE. Commissioners. D. C. fe!3-6t.eSu PROPOSALS FOR NON-FADING GREEN SLATE. ?Office of Building for National Museum, Library of Congress, Washington,D. C., February 19, 1907. i Sealed proposals for cut and dressed heavy non railing specially xeiecieu preen siate ror the dome of the new building for the National Museum In this city will be received at this office until two o'clock p.m. on Saturday, the 9th day of March, 1007. and then publicly opened. Specifications and 1 Information may be obtained on application to this office. BERNARD R. GKEEN, Superintendent of Construction. fel9.20,21.28,mhl.2 | DEPAItTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, OFFICE i of the Superintendent U. S. Capital Building and Grounds, Washington, D. C., February 8, 1907.? Sealed proposals (In duplicate) will be received and opened at the above office at 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, April 3. 1907, for furnishing all I plumbing fixtures for the House of Represent a tlves office building. Plans and specifications can be bad on application to the above office. A certified check in the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25,001 will 1 be required from the Intending bidder as a guarantee for the return of the plana and specifications, after the award of contract. Bids must be accompanied by certified check or surety bond In the sum of 6% of the amount of bid. Contract will require 1 approved surety bond In the sum of 50% of the amount of contract. The right la reserved to reject any or all bids, or to waive any technicality i or informality In any bid. EllJOTT WOODS, Superintendent V. S. Capitol Building and Grounds. Approved: E. A. HITCHCOCK, Secretary. fe!2-law4t I OFFICE OF THE BUILDING COMMITTEE. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. O., < January 31. 1907.?Sealed proposals will be received ; at this office until 2 o'clock p.m. on the 12tli day " of March. 1907, and then opened, for the power plant equipment of the new bulldinga for the United State* Department of Agriculture, Wash logion, u. *j.p in U-uiuoikc "Iiu iuc utnwingB KQQ specification*, copies of which may be obtained at the office of the building committee. United State* ' Department of Agriculture. All application* must be accompanied by a certified check for $100, made payable to the disbursing clerk of the Department at Agriculture, which checka will be retained until the return of the drawinga and specifications. B. ' T. GALLOWAY, Chairman. ja3l.fel.2.1S.18.pih7.? "OFFICE 01'' THK BUILDING COMMITTEE, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington. D. C. ; January 31. 1H07.?Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p.m. on the 12th day of March. 1907, and then opened, for the construction of th-> power bouse for the United State* . Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., In accordance with the drawings and specification*. 1 copies of which may be obtained at the office of I the building committee, United States Department ' a# ImlmiltnM All annlloatiniui must ha a<uuv?. ( U1 J?(,1 n UIIUH . ?*- avvvui* ? panled by a certified check for $25, made parable 1 to the disbursing clerk of the Department of Agrl- 1 culture, which checks will be retained until the I return of the drawings and specifications. B. T. GALLOWAY, Chairman. J?31.fel.2.18.10,tnhT.8 ' Will SctvT FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. Oat cent ? word each time for IB wordi > timet. FOR SALE-VOCAIJON. SUITABLE FOR SMALL church, Sunday school or lodge room; formerly used Id tlw Eastern Presbyterian Church; Instrument will be put In first-class condition. Apply to CHARLES SPARKS. 116 ?th ?t. ?.e.. or LEWIS M. THAYER. 1406 N. IT. are. fe!9-Tt FOR SALE?WOODEN LOOKERS. TOCNG MEN' S CHRIBTIAN ASSOCIATION. 1733 O at. feiO-tf FOB SALE? BLUNDON, O'BRIEN ft BELT (INC.). 1220 Q N.W. BEAUTIFUL NEW NORTHWEST HOME $3,350. Just about as good a bouse aa you will er find for more money; 0 rooms and bath; good yard. Small cash and monthly payments. ELEGANT THREE-STORY HOUSE. TWO BATHS; HOT-WATER HEAT. SOUTH FRONT. 1ST-FLOOR KITCHEN. The prettiest street' of Columbia Heights. ONE-HALF SQUARE OF HTH ST. PRICE. *7,750. No surh house In tbe section for 1ms than $10,000. Easy terma. . $3.350?Or., bath, cellar, 1 aq. of 14tb and N at*. : 5.260?Sr., bath. cellar, attic; "Bloomlngdale." 3,250?Or., bath, new; 4th at. n.w. : 4,850?Or., bath, cellar, recep. ball, new. : 1,750?Rent, $15.50; near 13tb and W ata. 3,100? Rent, (30.50; aliuoat new. I 4.050?Rent, $42; almost new. 114.450-1007 N. Cap. at., 7r.. bath, cellar. : 4,750?Rent, $35.50: north of R. I. ave. and 14tk. BLl'NDON, O'BRIEN ft BELT (INC.), fe!9-3t 1228 O N.W. FOB SALE?WE HAVE JTST RECEIVED A CONslrnment of tbe contenta or a 15-room residence, which we hare been authorised to cloae out at once. Among some of the (roods are a very fine mahogany dresser and chiffonier, brass bed. springs snd mattress, dining room suite In quartered oak. extraordinary fine 5-piece parlor suite covered with real silk and lots of other goods too numerous to mention, which must be sold by this week. If you are looking for furniture bargain* sow la the opportunity of petting same at LOUIS NOTES* FURNITURE HOUSE, Oth and D ata. n.w. fe!8-7t FOR SALE?CARD INDEX FILING CASE AND fftand. $1B, co#t $35: alao roll and flat-top desks, large and amall, at bargains. 806 F at. n.w. fel"-3t? FOR SALE?SIX EXTRAORDINARILY FINE band-made leather upholstered dining chalra, made for the French government, ami coat, each, $25; now $9 each, and good aa new; alao old U.S. Senate desk for $15. one-third Its value. 806 F at. n.w. fe!7-3t* IU11 SAl/lt-VKKI HA.MJSU.MB AND UBNUINK old antique mahogany sideboard, from Leesburg, Va.; a rare bargain. 806 F at. n.w. fe!7-3t? FOR SALE?PEASE UPRIGHT PIANO; ELEGANT tone; $85, coat $400; also .12-foot banquet or extension tabic. $12.50. 800 F at. n.w. fel7-3t* FOR SALE-FINE" SHKLViNOT^CHEAP; 30 FT. long; 10 ft. long. 702 Bth at. n.w. fel7-3t* FOR SALE?ROSEWOOD PIANO* OAK bed room suite, $12. Excellent sewing machine. $3.75. Sideboard, $15. Brass bed, $12. NeW Hair Mattress, $12.00; cost, $40. Dining room suite, $25. Oak wardrobe, $10.00. Pier mirror, $18. Combination bookcase, $18; coat $40. Desks, bookcases, chlffonlcra. Iron beds, odd dressers, chairs, rockers, other piece*. Parlor suite, $7.00. Capt. HART, 428 11th n.w. fe!7-3t* f un SALr?viuu^s; Ui>u axnAulvarlus;" also one "Amatl." Just pat In order by a European Tlolln repairer, who Is now open for repairing all string Instruments, ^tao also cordially invites Washington musicians to call at 1250 lOtb st. n.w, and see specimen of work. fel7-Su.tu,sa-3t* FOR SALE?ABRAHAM ITNCOLN'8 LOCK OF balr and cuff buttons worn by blm tbe night lie was assassinated at Ford's Operit House. April, 1865. Undeniable proofs furnished to purchaser. Address Box (JO, Star office. fel7-3t* FOR SALE?ONE NEW HIGH-GRADE AL'fOmatlc piano; will sell cheap. Address Box 99, Star office. fel7-3t* FOR SALEntRRiTva tv rsrn pianos This does not mean cheap pianos. It means good Pianos at cheap prices. Terms of payment very convenient. KNABE small grand. In rosewood case, a very beautiful piano with magnificent tone $575 KNABE UPRIGHT, large size, in splendid order $350 KNABE UPRIGHT, rosewood case, good condition $323 STERLING UPRIGHT, excellent condition. <200 KIMBALL UPRIGHT, large sixe, nice order *150 CHICK EKING UPRIGHT, in good condition, a bargain $150 KNABE SQUARE, a fine piano $75 STEINWAY SQUARE, In good order $00 OTHER SQUARES as low as $25 WM. KNABE * CO., jel2-tf-28 1218-1220 f at. n.w. FOB SALE-MORE THAN SIXTY SLIGHTLY used high-grade upright pianos that hare been put In perfect condition are offered now at genulue bargain prices. For Instance: Stelnway, $325; Stleff. $350; Sbonlnger, $290; Gabler, $225; Schubert, $200; Stieff, $175; Emerson, $175; Kimball, $150. Used piano players from $100 to $250. Used squares, $25 and $50. Easy payments. fe5-tf O. J. DoMOLL A CO.. 1231 Q St. Fim s?iF_pni\"ri\T._sim nrsivp.<?>> &-v. veiopes, *110; 1,000, *1.60; SOO business cards, SI.10; 1,000, $1.60. HAY WORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE. 636 O at. n.w. fe5-tf FOR SALE?IMITATION TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS? the kind your customers can't tell from the real thing. Very low rate. HAYWORTH FUBLISHI.NO HOUSE, 036 O St. D.w. f?5-tf FOR 6ALEPlanog at removal eale price*. Yon can save from $50 to $100 by taking advantage of our removal sale. Here - re a tew bargains: $600 Pease Upright $160 $600 Sohiner Upright 26B $350 Baiiy Upright 189 $350 Erhardt. new ISO $400 Scbaeffer 243 *250 Lester 180 $450 Becker Bros 810 New uprights from $170 up. Easy term*. fe4-tf.l8 HUGO WOBOH. 923 F. FOR SAt.E?CHICKERINQ LTBIGHT, $75; GILbert. $85; Shuman, $95; new upright pianos from $125 upward: warranted 10 years; fine parlor organ cheap. F. W. HKLB1Q. 1742 7th at. fe2-tt MUSICAL EDUCATION FREE?WE OFFER 10D the use of a good square piano free for alx months If you'll pay the dray ago. F. G. SMITH I'lA.NO CO.. 1225 Fa. are. Ja30 tt.4 FOR SALE?HANDSOME MAHOGANY UPBIQHT piano; only used a abort time; $165. Beautiful 7%-octare upright; nearly new; $190. Flue upright; nearly new; reduced to $210. Btegant upright grand; slightly used: $235. Flue upright. In mahogany; reduced to $250. Magnificent Hardman upright; reduced from $050 to $800. Stelnway baby grand; great bargain. Beautiful naw unrlchts. 17 monthlr. Sole agents Kranlch & Barb piano*. GRIMES' PIANO STORES. Ja25-tf. 12 1212 F at. FOR SALE-KEYS; WE CALL AND MAKE KEYS anywhere In the city for 25c.; prompt ser?lce; electric bells, burglar alarms and electric gas lighting our specialty. DROP POSTAL or 'phone North 2370. PERCY S. ANGLE & CO.. 1022 14th at. D.w. ocl5-tf FOE SALE ? FIFTY-HORSEPOWER TUBULAR boiler; perfect condition; certificate of Inspection from Hartford steam boiler and District of Columbia Inspectors. TUE CORBY BAKERY. ]y31-tn.s.tf FOR SALE?GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES", fitted to your windows, only 30c.; the b? at quality oil opaque shades, 50c., hung free. Will call with samples. KLEEBLATT'S, 11th & H sts. n.e. my20-tf FOR" RENT-STORES. TOR RENT?STORE ANTTDWELLING 473 NEW York a-ve. northwest, suitable for groceries, notions, dairy, tailor, barber shop or any other business. Apply A. DAMMAN'N, 602 F st. n.w. fnlO ?* FOB RENT?923 E ST. N.W.. STOKE AND NINE rooms, newly papered and repaired; key at 921; rent. $50. re!9-3t? TUPS. W. HUNGERFORP, GIT 14th st. FOB RENT? 1403 and 1405 W St. n.w.. large store $22.50 F. S. COLLINS CO. (Inc.). felT-3t? 703 12th at. n.w. FOR RENT?STORE ON NORTH SIDE OP F St. bet. 9th and 10th. Apply SINUER SEWING MACHINE CO.. 016 9th. fel3-7t FOR RENT?BARBER SHOP; NEXT DOOR TO post office,"Mt. Pleasant; 1417 Park road; with 2room apartment and bath; hot and cold water and heat free. A fine opportuniiv. Low rent. fett-tf GEO. AjJMYERS, 704 8th ?t. n.w. FOB RENT?WAREHOUSES. rOK HEXT?THIKD FLOOE OF WARKUOUSH, light on 3 sides; 60 ft. by 121 ft.: electric freight elevator. Apply CAPITAL PAPER BOX CO., 54 Hanover place; 'pbooo North 271ft. Jafl PoQOt.4 PERSONAL. I IlDMi. lt.eoc. 8t.|1.20. 1 wk.. $2.52. lino., >7.30. , CHE BEST WAY TO BE BEAUTIFUL IS TO BE born ao. and the best way to get full cash exchange for those men's worn garments, bats, shirts, shoes, la to have us call In oar unlettered carriage. JUSTU S OLD STAND, 618 D. felfl tf,B i. HANDSOME TEA SET GIVEN WITH OUB 25-cent coffee. WASHINGTON COFFEE CO., Ja27-B0t 1337 7th at. n.w. BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE AGENCY. SUITE 224, COLORADO BUILDING. 14tb and G: 'phone Main 2223. Expert investigations, any caoae, all sections. Strictly confidential. (For night service 'phone residence. North 4343.) tefl-30t*-8 jUWl'bi lUEt oaruaa luu oauu. i i ai blgbest cash prices for ladles' and gents' worn garments of say description. 8. GOLDBERG, 827 D st. n.w. Drop postsl: will call. 1a3-B0t UBS. W1NSLOW8 8COTU1NU SYRUP 3as been used for orer SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHER8 for tbelr CHILDREN WHILB LEETHIZ > WITH I'E ECT SUCCESS. IX . SOOTHES (be CHILD. SOFTENS tbe GUMS. ALLAYS all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC. and la the jest remedy (or DIARRHOEA. Sold by druggist* a every part of tbe world. Be aure and aalc tor MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. ?p8 aa.tn.tb.312t.10 Your Purpo BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. One^cvnt^i^word etch time for IS words 3 timet. < I?HTAI.LMKNT BUSINESS; HANDLING BEST CLASS TRADE; established five years; clearing $300 month; price of busfnoss complete-. $10,000. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F. felP-.1t BARBER 8HOP. SIX CHAIRS; F ST. LOCATION; same owner twenty years; rent, $25 month; owner leaving city; price, $8<RV. exceptional opportunity. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKKKS. 611 F. fel9 3t AFK AND DAIRY LfNCH; BUSINESS SEC tlon; excellent business; owner does not tinder stand business, reason of selling: price $1,000. SEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F. fel? 3t $500 WOLL BUT DAIRY LCNCH ANl? CAFE, INCLUDING ITBNITURE OF FIVE ROOMS: daily receipts. $25; prominent street; rent, $30: bargain. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 011 F. ft-19.1t CLIENT. FOB GOOD REASONS. MIST SELL sereral thousand shares copper mining stock: mine will stand strict Investigation; treasury stock sold at orer double hll price. II. L. WHEAT LEY. Bond bldg. feltt-tu.w.th.f.sa2w WANTED?PARTNER WITH $2,000; WELL paying, established business; references exchanged. Box 152, Star office. fe!9-3t' WANT TO SELL OB BUY A BPSINESiCTATLOR'S the place; 15 years' experience; Indorsed by the leading business men of Washington. Can any other broker say ths same? TAY LOR'S, 1833 V. felS-St FLORIST BUSINESS?MT78T SELL; RIGHT downtown; Investigate. TAYLOR'S, 1333 F. felb-3t YOUR OFFER ACCEPTED FOR BEST FAYING grocery In city. TAYLORS, 1333 F. fel8-3t SEVERAL DINING ROOMS, LUNCH ROOM8, hotels, rooming bouses, any business you want. Your business Ldnrtlsed In til Washington papers, out-of-town papers. We -do Just as agree; that's what makes us populsr. TAYLOR'S. 1333 F. fel8-3t EXCHANGE FOR HEAL ESTATE?ONE OF THE FINEST BUSINESS STA.NDS ON F 8T. N.W. PRICE OF STOCK. 8 YEARS' LEASE AND 1 1.1 I l.ik i>1, fW.WW, fU.WU II AO 11IVl..1 Vf fur ed for lease. v ..cant g hound in good location will be considered. this 13 one of the finest business opportunities ever offered in washington; owner retiring on account of ill health in family. district of columbia business and realty broKERS. room 32. 017 14th 8t. n.W. fel8-<)t TO LET?FUBNISHED HOUSE. 12 ROOMS; FINest location and neighborhood; $1,020 per annum; $40 permanently secured. Address Box 125. Star offlce. lei 8-31' WANTED?FEW SHARES OF EAST WASHINGton Savings Bank Block. Address, stating lowest price. Bo* 12l>, Star offlce. relH-3t SALOON, CENTER CITY; FIFTEEN HUNDRED cash, balance to suit. DUGAN, 617 La. are. fe!8-3t FOR SALE-CONTENTS OF A WELL-ESTABlished rooming house, newly furnished; reasonable; part/ uiust leave town. Box 112, Star office. fol7-Su,tu,th-3l* SALOON-PA. AVE. BETT 13TH AND 11TH N.W. $4,000. DUGAN, 617 La. ave. fel7 3t FOR SALE?ROOMING HOUSE; VERY CENtral, within four squares post offlce. 21 rooms. Address Box 130, Star offlce. felS 3t* OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY AND LIQUOR tore, clearing about $250 a mouth. Price, $3,500. Will Invoice more than price asked. Address Box 135, Star office. fel8-3t* WANTED?INTERVIEW WITHHONORABLE Investors who desire large and permanent mi -ome. Bo* 134, Star office. fel8-3t? AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY; ?1,000 BUYS furniture. Including piano, of twelve-room house; dining and other rooms rented pay expenses, Including board of family. Address Box 102. Star office. fe!7-3t* FOR SALE-GOOD CHANCE FOR QUICK buyer; Philadelphia Oyster and Chop House, 613 11th st. n.w.: good reasons for selling; for in formation call on L. RICUOLD, Exclusive Agent, Room 0, 1010 F St. n.w. felT-3t FOR KENT-PENNSYLVANIA MOUNTAIN IlEsort and hotel property, during the season of 1007. Large, modem hotel. In excellent repair; well furnished; accommodating about ^50 guests, who have access to about 7,000 acres of forest and park land, surrounding and adjoining the hotel. The resort has sulphur, Utbla, magnesia and Iron springs in abundance. Also lwaiing and bathing facilities. Cool, dry climate, with picturesque scenery, walks and driveways. For terms, etc., address G. A. FREYER, NewvilU. Pa. fel7-3t PHYSICIAN REQUIRES A LADY AS PARTNER In an established lucrative business. Box 10B, Star offlce. fel7-3t? PARTNER WANTED IN CLEAN, LEGITIMATE, established business; a monopoly, clearing $20,000.00 annually. Rigid Investigation courted. Box 10?, Star offlcc. fel7-3t* WE COLLECT SOTES, ACCOUNTS, RENTS, estate and damage claims; no charge unless successful. FULLER AGENCY, 717 12th n.w. fel7-6t* HAVE YOU $1,000 TO ?3,000 TO INvest In first-class manufacturing proposition that will pay 20% to 50% within two year?7 Article la of universal use and 100% profit. Address Box 114, Star offlce. fel7-3t GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS?OVER *70,000 worth of business places and real estate ?old In the past ten days; bnslni-ss confidential until sold. Established 1890. No fake advertising. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 811 F at. reitt 3tesu DRY GOODS STORE; YEARLY BUSINESS J25.000; long established; the owner wishes to retire; price. *10,000 or Invoice. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F at. fel6-3tcSu CONFECTIONERY; EXCELLENT STAND; DAIl.Y receipts J25; bargain at *1.000. NEW YOKK BUSINESS BROKERS. 811 F at. fel?-3teSu RAA n* T r T DIIV TI ? T I' TV1Mi< D ffOW TV U'UllI V fow ii iiAi ou i iinur 1.1 ibnr^oi i.' 11 uvuuSALE AND RETAIL OYSTER BUSINESS; buslnm clearing $200 month. NEW YOKK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F. fel6-3t,eSu CORNER GROCERY; FIXTURES A*I> STOCK worth $800; price, $550; no opposition. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F St. fe!6-3teSu WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKERY AND confectionery; long established; yearly business $15,000; on account of domestic trouble highest offer taltes It. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS 611 F St. fe!6-3teau FOR SALE?FIRST-CLASS SALOON. 2 AND 4 McOiellan St.. oue door from Baltimore St.; reason, other business occupies my whole attention. 11. C. WEBEK. 122 N. Paca St.. Baltimore, Md. felB-at RUBBER TIRE REPAIR MEN SEND FOR CIRcuiar or ask your dealer how you ran obtain a machine for pulling out and inserting wires in new or old rubber tires for *12. XUE SKINNER _MFG. CO., Canton, Ohio. fel3eo,5t* ~~ INVESTMENT PROPERTIES. ~ FOR SALE?*10,000; RENTING FOR *183 A month; down town, south of M, west of 14th. STONE k FAIRFAX, 1342 New Tork ave. fe!0-3t j FOR SALF.-*4.850; RENTS FOR *35 A MONTH; store and dwelling west of 14th; lot 32xU5; flue location. STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New York aye. fel?-3t * FOR SALE?*11,000; RENTING FOR *103 A month: store property and dwelling on a bust- < neas St.; owner will dispose of this splendid in- ; come producer in order to realize cash to improve 1 other property. STONE k FAIRFAX, 1342 New York ave. >* iClVOI FOR SALK ? $10~000; RENTING FOB (75 A month; a 12-room dwelling on Muss. ave. n.w., formerly held at $18,000; $14,000 once loaned on It. STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New York are. I fell)-3t FOR SALE?INVESTMENT. EXTRAORDINARY .STORE FROPERTY. RENTS FOR $30.00. PRICE. $3,600. Situated on a car line, weat of 7tb at.; welj constructed; well located. See uk at once to aecure tbla bargain. ' STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. 1 fel?-3t FOR SALE?LARGE INTEREST. $3.r*00: renting for nearly new; on a wide thoroughfare In Mt. Pleasant; 8 rooms, 2 baths. $3,000; renting for 138 a month; on a numbered street northwest; good-paying tenant*. STONE & FAIKFAX, 1342 New York are. felP-3t p 15*?INVESTMENT?14%. VOIl SALE- Near 12th and D ?t?. n.e., A house for only $1,425.00. Rented for $20.00 per month. t After paying taxea It nets $210.00 per annnm. PHIL, W. CHEW, _fel7-8t^ 812 r St. n.wr. BUSINESS PROPERTY. t lines. It. 50c. St. $1.00. 1 wfc.. $2.33. 1 mo.. $7.?. t FOR HINT. j POE BENT?ON F ST. N.W. BET. #TH AND 18th sts., several desirable stores. Apply for particulars to HE1SKELL * McLEBAN, 1008 F U. n.w. fe!9-6t " FOB LBA8K?THB TWO-STOUY BI11CK BUILDlng 1400 B at. n.w., containing nearly 10.000 leer noor rare; wen tunjiimi im uiiiummiunni or general business purp-tes. Apply to BWAHT- ZEL u UHEEM. HEN SET CO.. 910 V at. n.w., or HENRI WELLS. 1410 G at. n.w. ? felfl-sa.tu.th/10t*6 | roit SALE. ~ FOB SALE ? $15,000 ? A VERY DESIRABLE _ PROPERTY ON 11TII ST. NEAR O; PRESENT RENTAL, $50 MONTH; CAN BE DOUBLED 1 WITH SLIGHT ALTERATIONS. fclVtf-5 U. L. Rt'ST. 008 HTH ST. WANTED?REAL ESTATE. 1 ling*. It. 50c. 3t. 11.00. 1 wk.. W.S8;_IJDo:it7;aO. r WANTED?Bl'8IN'E88 OB INVESTMENT I'BOPertj bandied t>y an export with l?r*e following. in touch with out-of-town capital; can be marketed without publicity. Address RELIABLE A.. Star ufflea. fel?-6t se. Trv It # APARTMENTS TO LET. I ggWfc It. BOc. ?t. >1.00. 1 wk.. |2.M. 1 mo . >7 2n. FOR RENT-8 AND 6~ltOOM FLATS ON 1ST 11 t. n.e., In good ron(lit lan; ontticm exposurr. Secure oar of time. $22 .%o. N. L. SANSIII ItY. 71V-21 13th ?t. n.w. FOR RENT- THREE-ROOMS AND~HATiT; ALL outside rooms. Apply spsrlmt-iit 28. "Ttie l'ijrmonth." 11th St. n.w. (jail after 4 p.m. felB FOR RENT-T-ROOlf FURNISHKI)~\rARTMF.Nf t tb? Connecticut (or not leu than thn-e months. Inquire St oQlce. the Connecticut. felB 7t FOR RENT-IN THE POBTNF.RTFROM MARCH It', a beautiful 4 room sod listh non housrkrepIng apartment; all front rooms. Call ?t th? office. rolWtu.th.sn.su4t FOR* RENT?SIX-ROOM Al'AItTMK.NT APPLT 141, the Portner. feltMu.th.su-St* K'JR RENT?0-1100M~~IpIrt\(F\t- ki u tii?i>w and eaatern expoaura; elevator and teieubooa ?*!7. e; J40 Api>ljr 27. tba BerkaUlre. fell) tu.th.aa tf KOH KENT? *19; WORTH ?30. Rent to commence March 18; now . ready for occupancy RHODE ISLAND A\ EN'UK APAKTMEN'Tfc BOT R. I. are. n.e Olfcan, blfh and healthy location; play* inmnda for children; near car line; Urge reception room, 18x13 ft.; two nTK8 rrwima & .. j u""ui ?WIU nuu kitchen, porcelain etc. A? good .? " be baJ else* here for 130. ? ? a. Smith co.. uon n\V ?Te. fel8-3t " Latlinrr, C. ?\ Nesbltt. F,^.R,hKKN7., AI'A,lTUKNT <* T BOOMS AMD bath on Sth st. n.e.. In The FerrU. Heat, etc. See me nt>out this. Kent only $.UU>0. W- SAXSBLKY. 719-21 13th ?t. n.w. APARTMENT IlKAlXjrARTEH8. FLORENCE COURT, C?l. at. and Phelpa place. KKW, I P-TODATK. HIOH-CI.ASS HI IU'INO. 3 BOOMS AND HATH, (auMouw), $88.00. WINDSOR. 1425 T ST. N.W. MODERN. I P TO DATE. FIRKI'ROoF. Sublease, apt. 104. 0 ROOMS AND BATH. SPECIAL TEEMS for remainder of lease. Sublease?Apt. No. 0"2; B ROOMS AND BATII. REASON AUI.E PRICE. VIRGINIA. 2120 O ST N W SuMeue? Apt. 3 ROOMS ANI> RATH. NICE HOUSEKEEPING AI'AItTMKNT WW. A. KAKTKHUAY (INC)., 718 Ulli st. n.w. felB-tf sua 14TH at. I.W.-<fODI BOOMS AND BATH; rrar yard; porch: all modern c?inv<'iilcm'e?* $22.50. KAMUCK & METCALF*. niwt 132?? N. Y. are. TO St BIJCT |2ft PKR MO.: 8 It(K?M3 AND ( bath: No. 34, the Wyoming. Kpys at office. 8WAKTZELL, K1IEEM & HENSEY CO.. Agenti. fe!7-3t* FOR RENT-APARTMENT 132U F STREET N.W.. 3 rooms and bath, steam heat; rooms large and well ventilated; southern exposure; r?-nt, $22.ft0 per month. KLLKK80N A WEMPLE, rel6-8tef$u 007 14th st. n.w. FOR RENT----TELEPHONE MAIN 2o29. WILLIAM K. ELLLS. 52ft UTH N.W. Suitable for doctor or dentist, on 14th st. I south of Thomas Circle, suite of street floor (front), with bath and steam heat; occupied bf physician for 4 years. fel6-3t.eSu FOR RENT?DESIRABLE FfRMSHEH .VRooM apartment. No. 310, in The Ontario; southern exposure. Rent, fOO per month. THE McLACULEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO., cor 10th and G sts. n.w. fel6-7t i AN ATTRACTIVE APARTMENT OF Fnf R rooms and bath; all outside rooms; furnished or unfurnished. Apply Flat 10, 2o00 11 st. f? 10 7t FOR RENT-BY B. F. 8AUL COT. TTli A L N \V. ioe isryn aiawr, idiu u st. n.w., ? rooma and bath $30.50 and $31.50 "The Home," 7th and Mass. av<* n w. 15. The Home, K st. side. 4r.. b.. $27.50 and 37.50 The Juniata, 1424 W St. n.w., 5 am! 0 rooms and bath $40.00 and 45 00 The Nantucket, 1418 W St., 5 room* and bsth $30 50 and 40.00 418 12th st. n.w., 3d floor, 5r. and b 35.00 0.16 Q st. n.w., 5r. and b 25.50 1)17 11 st. n.w., 2 rooms, 2d floor 2." <>0 026 F at. n.w., 2 rooma, 2d floor 25.00 30 Seaton st. n.w., 5 rooma and bath 23.50 512 Tenn. ave. n.e., 2d floor. 5r. and b.... 22.50 314 12th st. n.e,, 1st floor, 5r. and b 22.50 71G G at. n.e., 5r. and b 21.40 512 Tenn. ave. n.e., lat floor, 5r. and b... 20.50 312 Fla. ave. n.w., 5r. and b 1? 50 1132 7th at. n.w., 3r. and b.. gaa 10 50 713 11th st. n.w., 1st floor. 2 rooms 10.00 G42 Morton st. n.e., 4r. and b 14 50 420 O st. n.w., 3d floor, 4r. and b 13.50 felO-tf FOR Sl'BLKASR?IN THR BRUNSWICK, BANDsoine eight-story fireproof building, on 1 st. opp. Franklin i'ark?A bright and attractive spurt mt-ni 01 4 rooms ana uam ai ?-H' [>cr month ? Dow available. Applr to au|??rlntendent or < SWARTZELL. BI1KEM * IIKNSKY CO.. de20-lf Slid F a(. o m. THERAVOY. 2804 14TH ST. N W.- THItF. K AND Ove rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished; suitable (or doctor'a office; good cat* In building. H. E HAIX. Prop. Jal9 tf.4 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS? THE Al CirSTA. N. Y. and N. J am. n w.? 4 and 0 rooms and bath 60 and J..J 50 THE COLONIAL. 30th and N eta n w ? 5 rooms and bath $2H.50 to $31 50 TIIK LOUISA, 216 N. Y. are. n.w 4 rooms and bath 12000 67^ P St. n.e.. 5 rooms anil bath (Id M) Po27 tf WEAVER BROS . Hid K at. n.w. THE IOWA. 13TU AND O NORTHWEST, apartment No. 74. furnished or unfurnished, rooms and bath; all open front. jul2-tf DELIGHTFUL APARTMENT IN TUB ALBERT. 1823 F at.; plenty of air and light; haudsoiuely finished; every convenience; reasonable rent. deltf-tf ALLAN K. WALKER, 1412 G at. THE CECIL. lf.TH AND L N.W.-FOR RENT?A beautiful 5-room apt.; bright and cheerful; south exposure; within easy walking distance of tha shops, theaters, business offices and departments. Apply at THE CECIL. no2u tf FOR RENT?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BACHplnp inarfmantl' mn/lorn Imnrnroniunla tonm beat, electric light, elevator, telepboue.' Apply to 1034 Codd. five. oc30 tf FOE KENT-MOST DESIBABLB APARTMENTS Id Tbe Melwood and The Vernon, 1770-1774 11 at. n.w. 8 and 8 rooma and bath each; modern and up-to-date tiled hath rooms: ALL APABTMENTS EXTEND FBOM KKONT TO BEAR OP BUILDING. WITH SPACIOUS BACK POUCHES Tarda, etc.: STEAM HEAT FURNISHED, WITH JANITOR SERVICE: very dealral.le aud convenient location. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO TENANTS RENTING NOW. OPEN FOR INSPECTION. SEE US FOB FULL PARTICULABS. muuac. a uiiil hoc.;, ?i? mid ii. n.w. no30-tf FOR RENT?THE ALBEMARLE. 17TII AND T n.w.; fireproof 7-story building?one Broom tod one 4-room apartment to sublease. no24-tf.eSu THE CLAIBORNB, S.E. cor. 6tb and H sts. n.w. Housekeeping and bachelor apartments of 2. 4. 6 and 6 rooms; steam beat; janitor and elevator f> _( _ ?... ~ >? ?-ji A i s.. k vi * u-cr. i i I'.n iiuiu iu ftA/. Ainu nir, uir* ber shop and office rooms for rent In tbla build* in*?. Apply R. 0. HOLTZMAN. 1420 N. Y. avt. oo20-tf F*OR RENT-IN "THE ONONDAGA,** 5 ROO Mand-bath apartment; a.m.I.; deep front lawn and Erlvate back porch; Janitor service; beat and ot water Included In rent. Apply to GROR<iB TRUESDELL, 22 Wyatt building. a??2:t tf_ FOB EXCHANGE^ I tf r-fv at. $1 00. 1 wk . $2 X\. 1 mo S7 20. FOR EXCHANGE?BKArTIKl'L HOIIB <>N north aide of Clifton at.. WKST OF 14TII ST. (Mt. Pleaaant); 10 rooms, 2 hatha; hot wat.-r beat; laundry; first-floor kitchen; pra?-t I?*a11/ new; lot 20x130. Out-of-town owner will exchange for Income property. See or addreat BLUNDON, O'BRIEN & BELT, Inc., 122o O n.w. felB-tf rUU AALIlAAUb? NEW HOUSES FOR OLD ONES. Several new house*, ranging in price from $3,500 to ?5.250. Located In the northwest. Will take your old property in exchange on a fair hiisis. BLITNDON, O'BRIEN A BELT. Inc., 1220 G n.w. felft-tf FOB EXCHANGEIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR UNIMPROVED. Here*** a brilliant chance to rid yourself of that vacant ground by retting in exchange NEW PROPERTY?property that will sell readily or will yield splendid revenue. WHAT HAVE YOU? BLUNDON, O'BRIEN * BELT, Iuc., 1220 G n.w. MMt Oil EXCHANGE?A LOT BOxlSO ON IRVINIJ t. bet. l-'itU and 14th, 80 cm., or wli fl <?>>0 cash. bal. 5%. Address OWNEK, 1914 H it. n.w. ff!9-3t? OB EXCHANGE?WII.L EXCHANGE! HRK'K house lo n.w. (or unlmprored rmuod: (. equity. ICAKHICK & METCAI.F. fel7-3t 1320 N Y. ?vc. FOR RENT?STABLES line*. It. 60c. St. II.00. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo . ?7.?> OB BENT?CHEAP?LARGE, NEW 2 STORY brick atable; concrete floor; water, feed blna and every concelrable convenience; will rent for aUop: rear 210 D a.e. Apply for key 413 N J. are, a.e. fel9 Tt* OB BENT?NEW STABLE AND WAREHOUSE, near 3d and Pa art. n.w can rent for *S5 per month. A. r. FOX CO.. Eatabllabed 16T0 Utb, at Hew York are. Je4tf _ storage: llnee. If. BOc. St. >1.20. 1 wk.. >2 62. 1 a*.. >7 20. rOBE YOCB FURNITURE. PIANOS, ETC . AT WICSCIILER'S. #20 Pa. ave. u.w. Batea reasonable. Telephone Mala 12S2. JaM ."Ot _ ? SEPABATE 8TORAOE BOOMS; STORAGE by tbe load, parkins, hauling and ahlnplns, ae? ua before atorlnc. THOS. IHJWI.ING ft CO.. Auctioneer*. 612 B at. o.w. ' Phone Main BIS de!2 tf IREI'ROOF STORAGE ? 8EP A RATE LOCKKP room*, holding (jnp horw wagon load 12 to $2 "0 p*r montU. Separate locked rooms holding threcbone ran load. |4 moctklj. Eatlmatea far Mtl MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. au2? tt.T notea s n. *-?. pi>oo? cs?