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FOR SALE?HOUSES.
lln# It 60c 3t. <1.00. 1 ?k., $2.33. 1 mo.. VJO.
SAI.E?
HOME* AND INVESTMENTS.
*
SIT! ATEI> S.K.. VEKY NEAIl CAR LINE;
eulwtautlalljr built, 2-*tor>* dwelling, with *taI.!
> in r?:i r I .iu.I alfw lot tn uuVmI allt'V.
Teruia very
$2f6w>
VERY .NEAR N. CAP. AND N. Y. AVE. 2"atory
bri<*k <1*filing containing 0 rooms and
Nth. G<hm1 lot to u 10-foot lllfjf. Trust
$l.tu>o cmii rtmaiu at 5 per cent. Terms easy.
93.300ON
T1IE REST BLOCK OF II ST. N.E. 2atory.
Iiajr-aludow brick dwelling. ?? rooms
and porcelain Iwttli. IJoumc in perfect repair.
Lot H) feet dwp to alley.
at jiml .
*" WELL LOCATED NORTHWEST. NEAR
(JTH AN I) i: STS. 2-atory. round hay-window
brick duelling of 7 room* and bath. <'oncrete
cellar nnder on lire bouse. Let 17x'.?l to 20-foot
I'M veil alley. Other houa.'a in thin block not
po g'xxl ln?l?l at ii.ore money. 7 sold In i>ant
few moiitliN.
SITIATKD NOKTHWEST IN A SECTION
WII KICK I'KOl'EKTY IS RAPIDLY ENHANCING
IN VALI'E. 2-story brick dwelling; *?
larjr'* rooma and iiorcelaln batli; concrete col
inr; niriiurv hpmt. i^argo nn i?? |w??*u m.rj.
Small cash payment; balance at 5 per ccut.
ti.fiun
NKAR 17TII AND FLORIDA AVE. N.W.
Very attractive three story brick and ?ton.?
renidence of 7 rooms and bath. House In good 1
eoiwlltion. LOT FRONTS ON TWO l2> STS.
TemiH ea*y.
$4,000?
Wry attractive 2-story. S-room dwelling. '
NEAR 7TII AND O STS. N.W. SIDE AND
i?p?a Ai.1 ITv vrPnUTiivc <irn?' i imiT
Lot lt?x!#s. Large cellar.
$4,25<>?
ON E ST. NEAR GTH N.E. 2 story, baywindow
brick dwelling; 7 rooms and lath.
Good-siz*' lot to 10-foot paved alley. House
In perfect r?H:dltlon.
ft 4.V? IN
VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE SECTION
OF N.W. 2-story. bar-window brick
dwelling: t? r<mm* arid tiled bath. FINISHED
I.\ 11AKI (iMicp-t.- cellar under enure
honiM' CJI AHANTKKD HEATING PLANT.
Ix?t !! ? feet front by a gcxid depth. Terms arranged
to suit.
$4.7.riO?
ON ST1I ST. N.W. \F. \R T. 2-storv brick
dwelling: !? r?*uns and hath. Lot 21x^6 to
imrtil alley. House newly i?ai*ied and painted
throughout. Offered *30 rent.
$5,500?
(IN !?T 11 ST. N.W. NEAR ?}. Very attract- j
iv?? :t-story brick and stone residence of 9 rooms
and batb. tVUar nnd?T entire bouse. Ix?t 18x :
1J{?l feet to j?hv**d alley. Pro|N rtv In pond condition.
WII.L NET AS AN INVESTMENT 14
I?er cent. Always n'nted. ,
o\ II ST.. In a l?Wk rapidly building up. 2Rlory
brick him] stom* rwW"ncp; s rooms and
p??iv?-laln crllar. I^?t 2?>xlM) to
15-foot | iit?I alley. Will loan $4.5 H) ou this
l.n>jHTty n T? fK-r ?vnt.
t'.l.OOO
hi*sinkss i?i:oim:kty. well i.ocatkp
ON 14TH ST. X.W. :: stories. STORK OX
1ST FLOOIl. levelling apartments above.
Good Investment iwoperty.
L. W. oroomf.s.
Xo. 14Uf? Xew York arc.
FOR SALE
BARGAINS IX GEORGETOWN' PROPERTY.
7-room hrick. a.m.!.. X st. near .'t.'Ul
(-room brick. iu*leet location. O at $\OiW
7-mom brick. Proap??ct arc. near 33d.... $3.H*25
W-Mom brick. 33?1 near Q i $2..rwl0
fl-nMtni frame. I'nwptft avc $1,800
lo brick*: water. etc. Rent. $?2.50. Price $$.500 i
georgltowx real estate co.,
'Phone West 14i>. 12t>4 32d at.
feZt-.1t.eSu
for SALE How
to l?e your own landlord on $10o.00 to
I.-hmhh) cash and $20 to $50 monthly. For full
pariicularn drop postal, telephone or call for
lIFTi-itrated plat. etc.. of "Connecticut Avenue
Terrace."
FULTOX R. GORDON.
.- U i Ml 1 I'.1 II l\r.iu t '|Tl iiiwi .
ItOBEIiT K. HKATKH.
fc23-tf Colorado bldfr. Tel. Main 320.
ffVR S A l.R 6- ROOM AND RATH Kit A MK~i iofSK;
fX.-t'IleiiT condition: Ntal>l<' ii) rear; lot 2oxl(M>; 5th
si- n.w. (m*t. N :t1ul O; oiUv |2.Ti)0. NEW YoHIv
ltKAl. KSTATK Hit'iK Kits, till F. fp23-:;t,(>Sii
F<>U SAI.lv-T-KOOM AND I1ATH PKKSS-ltKK'K;
a.in.I : corner lot; n.i\: 34 ft. front: rented $2<>.5o
month: 11 no home; only ,\h\\ lOitK.
RUM. FSTATK BROKERS. tHl F. fe23-3t.eSu
fOR SM T ,\M> 8 ROOM BRICK HOlT8ES,
Mt. Pleasant: hot-water heat; well rented: pr??at
Imrisaln: S3, ram. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE
BROKERS. 611 F. fe23-3t,*Stl
FOR s.M .K v ROOM BRICK, CLOSE TO NEW
nni??ii difttt; good lot: prominent street: house
line condition: quick sale. VW: value will enhance
rapldlv. NEW YOltK IIEAI? ESTATE
MO'KKKS. till 1 fo23-3t.e8u
FOR SALE TWO HANDSOME RESIDENCES oN
* oluruMa road; 14 r<*om*. U baths; 16 rooms. 3
tilths; one corner property: l*?th very desirable,
ami ean In- ] irrchase.l on ?*a>y terms at mueh less
than real value. For full particulars apply to
T. A HAR1>1M?. 1316 fe23-3t
h?>K >AIJv \ r..\ K I .\IH\ 7-KUMM
hrirk h<?us?>: ran b?* r?>m<??]ek'd for business at
small coat. l??\v $4.<m>0.
;;t EARLY A: LAMPTON. C15 14th St.
FOR SAI.E1?KSIRABLE
PROPERTY PROPOSITIONS
THAT MF.KIT YOI U ATTENTION.
ir> 10*? f<?r ?Iw??llln;: n?*ar 14th ami Q sts. n.tv.; 0
lu' 9 a a l-.aatliu UVi.l lilfetU I ! I.tft * Hi til t K f Fa i I I
for house near Conn. ave. and M st. n.w.;
1?? rooms and bath; side light; lot 27xlOU ft.
owner anxious to sell.
fSMNio for home on Columbia Heights; 12 rooms
and 2 hatha: steam heat; house Is in fine condition.
hot is too large for present owner; lot
li?i ft. front ; larue rear yard and 30-ft. parking.
$?VOuu for new Groom cottage near Conn. ave.
and Belt road, east of Chevy Chase; lot 70x
14r. ft.
$# 750 for 3-story and cellar brick house in elegant
condition; south of Mass. ave. and west
of rnh st.; y rooms and 2 bath rooms; rent.
>7.211 per annum; always rented. Good
Investment or splendid down-town home.
$3 <mn) $HM) cash and $25 per month for G room
and bath atone dwelling; aide lot; one block
from car line, in northwest. See us about
this property.
$7,000 for aix bouses in the northeast; rented
for $900 per year.
$7,250 for desirable property in northwest, renting
for $750 per annum; trust, $5,000; an
iv; Investment
THOS J. FISHER k CO. (INC.),
JhB 3t 1414 F st n.w.
icm 8.U.B6-room
bouse; 1st class condition; N. T. are.
n.w.; price very reasonable.
FOR 8ALBHand^-me
10 rem b<<nse; hot-water heat;
handsomely decorated; large grounds; price very
loir; terms liberal.
FOR SAL.K9-r<?om
bouse: hot water heat; large Teranda;
lot 23 ft. front; choice location; price only
$6,750: term* to suit.
FOR SALK14
room h?u?e: bet. new union station and the
Capl: 1; property has flue future; will be sold
At poaitlve bargain.
FOR SALE?
Splendid Investment; thoroughly well oollt, 2familj
apartment house. located Id tine renting
section.
FOB SALE?
lia .'ls. me Groom bau^e; choicest section of
Xlt. PlWIili; positive bargain.
TKlUiKLL * LITTLE.
;!.? > ) 71:: nth st. n.u*.
J >i: 8 %LE
\> as?iim;t?in IlKItiUTS,
a sna I*.
No 1822 Calvert *t.: hamiwuu" reshlonc* faring
Z??? Park ?*ntraiw? . 12 large rooms 2 baths, hotwater
heat: v 10:1 venlence. Price. .. .$1 l,.r>uO
V. _ H WAI.KKit 71M? 15th u.w. |
FOR SALE NOUTUWKST. WEST OF 14Til.
Mouth of K, ? lov?ly 2-story, 8 room, hay-window
house. with tll?-d hath: 4 nxium l?t floor; cellar
under entire house; perfect condition; Just
?peut. clear of incumbrance; any terms. Price
riffht It Till" M I vium ?.' ?19 ? ?
K>R SALE 'JUl 3I> ST. S W . (X)R. 3I> AND
I, U >t??r\ yr? >.* t?ri? k; ?llur. ?tor?? and dwelling
ami bri-k stable: ic?H>d ?t?nd f??r grocery; will
im*!1 t.? <jni'k buyer Sl.TrttO: terius ran be arraniCMt.
KLOYD K. DAVIS, 7tb and E i?t?. ?.w.
frig 2t
1 ??K SAI.K ^oN~litsi\KS8 S'IT S. W.. <SOOl> 6ioom
aiKl s'ore brick, always rented, price
:?m?; :? ntom ?tw**lliut: n.w., ko<m| Hir*?.*t.
renting for $*. Kiuall inveatmenta are
marce; l?ere in an opportunity to get one.
ft-ist ::t* it LKONAKl), :?:iu 4*3 ?t. a.w.
FOR SALE $3.2* M> THREE SQI AHKS FKMM
Capitol: near uevr government building*; twoy
ai.i! cellar brick dwelling containing nix
room* him! bath; good-iiiaed lot; orerlooklug pub*
lie park; near car lines.
JuSKl'll 1 WKLLER,
Realtj Broker. tjoi! F at. n.^r.
fe23-3t
H>lt SALK &.> l>KSlItAHIK iVwKI.IJMS IV
11th st. ?.p. near l'a. are.; aeven r? oiij>? and
uivHlrrii ham, lot 22 ft. frout.
jnSQ'U I. WKLLER.
Realty liroker. tiiC F at. D.w.
fr23-3t __ _
H>li SAt.K $1"N ? TIIRF.K"llRH K IiWKI.IJN(Is
renting for $21.*?# per mo. Not in an alley, but
lit 1M st. s.w. Always rented to good paying
tenants. Will n?ell separate If desired.
josaris i WHJiat.
Realty Hroker, ^'2 F ?t. n.w.
Test-31
rOK s v L ? 55 N -EIU HTHOO M AX I> HATH
brick dwelling near 6th and 11 his. u.w. ImmeUia:?*
po*j*e-?"*i??n can t?e bad. Lot 21 ft. l:ont.
J<a>HT11 1. WKUJtlt.
Realty Broker. 6u2 F ?t. n.w.
f?23 at
FOR SALB- $3.fl?0 8TH ST. 8.E. Bl'SINBSS
property; lot 2Mxll6 ft. to wide alley. Price
reduced for quick sale. Will rent for $30 per
*a?vutu *i eiif.ni mi) r'iriiivuin ?ic waul'.
JOSKl'11 !. WfcUJilt.
Realty Broker, ?ui V ?t. n.w.
f?23-3t
roa SALE I7.WSV- M KT. N.W. BETWKEN
#th ami 11th at. car linn; 12-mcxn and bath
nmii'rii brick JwvIUuk; large lot, uTer 2.0W sq.
ft. of gruund.
ju.>m u l. n r.i ,i ,r. u
Realty Broker, (K>2 K at. B.w.
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FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FOR HAI.RMOOHE
& HILL (INC.). 1333 G ST. N.W.
SMALL HOUR AND INVESTMENT.
*2.7i>0.
New Hampshire arc.; 6 rooms and bath; rented
for $16.50 per month; will bring more. This Is a
cheap house.
SMALL NORTHWEST HOME.
8!de light.
v?.5<ie.
lornr<Ml In the northwwr; lot Zi*l??o; perfect
condition. Thl? In something unusual, and
will surely be sold at once. Furnace heat.
NEW YORK AVE. NORTHWEST.
95.000.
Originally sold for $6,000. Owner's Ill-health
causes Immediate Rale. Built for a home. Contains
7 rooms and batb; i.ttic; southern exposure.
Attractive front.
MODERN N. H. AVE. RESIDENCE.
REDUCBD $6.5<*>.
Attractive front of Roman brick, with brownatone
trimmings; 11 rooms and bath; HOT-WATER
HEAT; IS feet wide; four rooms on first floor. Including
library; ceilar under entire house. House
I "* una > iniai icr uiiu locnuuii is very Rfiuuui tur
I sale, and wheu once offered is sold quickly.
COLUMBIA ROAD-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS.
$8,000.
. This is one of the best-butlt homes on the
Heights. Contains 10 rooms nnd bath; hot-wat??r
h?*at; beautJful man;els and pas fixtures; perfect
condition; room for stable; two windows in dining
room.
MOUNT PLEASANT HOME.
HUT-WAT Kit HEAT.
, 50X100.
Ten rooms and bath; pood repair. Price. $6,000.
This is something unusual. Will be sold quickly.
W i5in\'f:TOv hfu:?tq otsnr.pvrF
i'rlee," $9,000.
Large rooms; law parkin*; lar-e house; Bne
repair; well rented; large Int. to paved alley.
An opportunity seldom offered.
CHANCE FOK 14TH STREET
Business Man.
*4.500.
Wrll-hnllt home; eost *5,500; 7 rooms and batb;
flne repair; lot 17.0x120, to paved alley. Tills U
a good one.
NEAR 17TII AND T.
*3,500.
Seven rooms and hath; lot 22x100. Well reDted.
W. .11 M lllilkn a
"HIU IUUBV u (jVAfu uuuir.
NEAR 16TII AND T.
$4.000.
Eight moms and hath; first-class condition; lot
20 feet wide; well rented.
S BET. 14TH AND 15TH.
18X100.
Nine rooms and hath; fine repair; southern exposure.
Price. $5.5o??.
BEAUTIFUL TWO-STORY APARTMENT.
Lot 20x100. PRICE. $7.5<K>.
Located west of 10th, south of U. A Li rooms
are bright and cheerful, and is heated by hot
water. Live in one apartment and let t-e other
pay for the building.
BLOOMINCDAI.E HOME.
$4,750.
One of the best-built homes in this desirable
KPpf it n V hiimo <if mfili'.v I nt 1ft font r i.'n fn
paved aliey.
COMPACT COLUMBIA HEIGHTS HOMK.
$<*.500.
Comparatively now; 0 rooms and bath: Grstkiti'hi'u;
back stairway: fine repair; line
square, l'rice Is low.
MODERN DOWN-TOWN RESIDENCE.
LOT 45X120.
This is an Ideal home; contains 12 rooms and
bath; modern ptmmbinj:; HOT-WATER HEAT;
smc iawii; pavcu niioy; large rooms, ami i>i?j ones,
too; the house aloi.e is feet wide; between two
car lines; well built for owner's use. Would
make a tine home f<?r business man or physirlan.
The price. ?9,<>00. is extraordinarily low.
| COLUMBIA HEIGHTS HOMK?COLVMBIA ROAD.
Price reduced to $6,500.
Ten rooms and bath; larpe rooms; la.?? lot. A
bargain.
MOOKK & 1I1LL (INC.), 13H3 G ST. N.W.
fe2.1-ra.tu.th,3t
FOK SALE-MOOKE & HILU-J:W3 C5 ST. N.W.
CLOSE TO DITONT CIRCLE.
I'ositlvely the Lest house In Washington for
$ 11I? r?oo; New Hampshire a\e.: 12 leant iful
rooms; three baths, two of theui tiled: hot-water
heat; four rooms on first floor; umsiins" gallery
in <lining room: mantels that cost more
apiece than entire decorations of some highgrade
houses: splendidly constructed. an:l finished
etjiiiil to auy house in city; wide frontage.
If you're seeking a high-class house, st-e
this.
ON MASS. AVE. NEAR KITH ST.
Very handsome home of i:> rooms on this exI
elusive thoroughfare; very large lot; frontage
over 22 feet; would t?e cheap at $-3,000. Price,
120,000.
A RHODE ISLAND AVE. CORNER.
Near 14tli St.; 12 rooms; wide fro;?tage; unusually
well luiil t: splendidly finished; costly
decorations; all rooms large, bright aud light.
; Price, $12,500.
RHODE ISLAND AVE.. WITH STABLE.
Central n.w.: lot over 25 feet wide, very deep;
quiek sale wanted, and so it is marked down to
$11,000.
N ST. NEAR CONN. AVE.
Very handsome English basement house of 14
rooms and .'i baths; hot-water heat; lot i'5 feet
wide; fine stable. Priced down to $22,500.
HOUSE AN'D SIDE LKiHT NEAR DC PONT
CIRCLE.
Total frontflffe n???rlv 4<? foot- Ifl rr>r*?r?a- f\r\
I one of tin* best streets In exclusive section of
Washington. Price. $23,000.
SEMI-DETACHED HOUSES.
Lots 50 feet wide and nearly 150 feet deep;
handsome houses of 10 rooms and bath; wide
street and deep parking; close to Connecticut
ave.; reduced to $8,750.
FINE NORTHEAST HOME.
Near 8th and F: 0 rooms; bath; furnace; good
ioi. wiTiifui cuiiuiiiuu. spieuuiu nine nome.
Prior, $4,100.
NEAR WASHINGTON CIRCLE.
CJo?m1 l>-room property. Rents $30. Make an
off*'r of $4,000.
BEAUTIFUL HOMES NORTHWEST.
6 and 7 rooms: tiled bath: good furnace: deep
lots: paved street: entirely new; easiest kind of
terms. Price, $4,200.
COLONIAL HOUSES CHEAP.
$3,500 and $3,030: new; fl rooms; covered front
porches: every modern feature: absolutely the
most artistic houses ever offered at a moderate
price. Easy terms.
CLOSE TO 9TH ST. N.W.
it-room orn'K ana a rrame House; aeep lot.
Rent. $42. Price, $5,700.
NEAR 14TH AND T.
7 rooms; lot 12?> feet deep; convenient location
fur home. $1,650.
BEAUTIFUL SOUTHEAST HOME.
Practically new; near Lincoln Park; (J rooms;
furnace; a fine little home. Pri?-e, $4,750. !
NEAR 23I> AND F.
G rooms; two stories. Price, $3,100.
MU<*H BELOW VALUE.
Three-story pressed brh'k; nine rooms and bath;
northwest; rented for $2.Y.r>0 per month. Price
reduced to $3.70<>. Might take a little less for
quick sale.
ANOTHER BARGAIN.
? 1 K'.i\
Mo?l<>rn home northwest: hot-water heat; seven
room?* and tiled butb; large rooms.
NOTE THE LOW PR1CE$5.
<>00.
Or'cinallv sold for fti.OOO. Owner's Ill-health
ctniei rcdoftloB. New York ave. n.w.; seven
rooms and attic: tine home for 7th street merchant.
DOWN-TOWN RESIDENCE. ?
*<5.250.
Thr#?e-M?ry presse.l brick: nine rooms and bath:
well built: sr?n?d repair: rent#*d for $40.50 per
month: aro?>d-i*ized loi: near i<* Library. House
like this is bard to tlnd. Price, $G,250.
LAMOXT 8TREKT. MT. PLEASANT.
$5,800.
Comparatively netv; ten rooms and bath; four
room.'* on flr*t Rnd second floors; $5,000 has been
loaned on the property.
TWO-STORY A PA HTM EXT.
Trlecv $3,250. $28.60 month rent.
TWO-STORY APARTMENT.
DOIi l.' ti imt
Has been built for two years and has never
be?*n vacant a day. Rented for $41 per month.
Well located. I
BLOOMINGDALK HOME.
S4..VXI.
Right roms and bath; four rooms on a floor.
Bargain.
XKAK XEW I'NION STATION.
F at. n w.; hp Ten rooms and bath; well-built
brick bouse; well rented.
NEAR ?TH AND I N.W.
13,700.
Eight rooms and bath; well rented.
K ST. XEAK PI"BMC LIBRARY.
$4,000.
Biz rooms ami bath. Kent. $22 50 j*r month.
6TII NEAR F N.W.
$.V2uo.
Six room* and bath. Lot 17x120.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
fe23-?,m,\v-3t 1
FOR SALE?
On L n.w.. a 3-story bay-window brick; 9
room* and b?th; furnace heat; first-class order; j
on a fine, large lot $6,000
For sale-On 13th at. n.w. between G and H. !
lot 20x87 to alley, improved by two good
bricks $24,000
For sale?On "I* between 17th and 18th n.w., ]
a fine Pitorjr and cellar white stone front. 14
rooms and baths; cost $18,000. Price $14,000
fe23-2t F. W. GRAHAM & CO., 617 14th at.
FOIt "SAIJC?2 HOI SES IS HL0OUIXUD.UJS: 6
rooms; hardwood tiui>>h; tile bath; servants' closet;
concrete cellar under entire bouse; furnace;
lots 20x110; purchasers can select wallpar.er;
houses never occupied. Keys from owner. Box
194, Htar offlce. fe22-7f
FOR SALE? H. WEST OF 18TH N.W.. IDEAL
home. 8 rooms and bath; lst-floor kitchen; concrete
cellar, furnace; would accept lea# than
lA.ntMj trvm quick buyer. Address Box 196. Star
office. fe22-3t*
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K.
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
FOR 8AI.E- >
SWARTZEIX, RIIREM 4t HENSEY CO.. '
816 F STREET X.W.
A BUSINESS PROPERTY, north side
of F STREET, renting at per annum.
OWNER WILL CONSIDER A
RRASnVABI.E OFFER
REAUTTFUL and AUTISTIC home,
NORTHWEST section, built by day
labor, well arranged and comfortable,
on a street ONE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY FEET WIDE, granolithic sidewalks.
street cars at corner; A SHORT
RIDE FROM BUSINESS CENTER; LOT
FORTY BY ONE HUNDRED AND
THIRTY to 15-foot alley. Splendid
lawn in front; LARGE SIDE and rear
yard. Eight rooms and bath, concrete
cellar. LARGE ATTIC, covered jporch,
reception hall. KITCHEN ON FIRST
FLOOR, good size closets and hot-water
neai. u.i ivaoi
MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Pays SEVEX PER CENT OX AX IXVIKTMEXT
of *57,000. a fine BUSINESS
PKOPERTY WEST OF UTH ST.
A COLONIAL HOUSE within half
bliK'k of Hth street; tirirk; THIKTYTWO/-FEET
WIDE: two stories, eight
rooms ami attic: LOT FIFTY BY OXE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX to alley;
FRAME STABLE. This Is A BARGAIN"
at $7,000.
Some VERY DESIRABLE building
LOTS on MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE,
adjoining and opposite NORWEGIAN
LEGATION.
SEMI-DETACHED HOME, built to
stny; southern and eastern exposure;
two stories, seven rooms and bath,
cellar, STABLE. Price. JtS.WKl.
DESIRABLE HOUSE UN S ST.
NORTHWEST; lot lUilW to 30-ft.
alley; three stories, nine rooms, bath
and cellar. Price, J4.750.
We HAVE SEVERAL very cond
PROPERTIES that CAN BE BOUGHT
ON RENTAL PLAN that are well worth
lOOKiDg mio.
SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO.,
fe23-2t,esu QIC F STREET X.W.
FOR SALE?N. L. SANSBI RY.
719-21 13th st. n.w.
$3,000?A substantial hriok house, located in good
section; lot 25x70 ft.; aunual rent, $-"?12.
$j,oUU? \\oil situated northwest. convenient to z
excellent car lines, a very attractive twostory
h?>use. six rooms and porcelain bath;
pood lot. extra wide parking.
$4.000?Very conveniently located in desirable
ncrthwr?*t ??o?*on. an unusually attractive
bay window br'ck residence: six fine rooms
and modern tiied bath room: cellar under
entire 1; use; in very bt st possible condilion;
good yard: paved ailey.
$-1.730?Well built three story brick residence;
ten large rooms and modern lmth: in >plendid
condition through' u:: located on good
isir ug!? street hi resi::ai nortnwfsi. near
line .-i veil tip: lot 105 ft. deep to pa sed alley.
This property couM not b? du;>lieated
for lr?s then jw.COO. Mo you want a snap?
No offer will be considered lens ti:an price
stated.
$o.':00?0:i beautiful through street, a new. modrrn
home, stylish pressed - brick front,
brown-stone tritnn:in;rs. har.l wood interior
finish; line eab!n?t mantels: smilipht In
every room, artistic fixtures and decorations:
HOT-WATKU IIKAT. This is a real
bargain.
a sp end a <\?rnrr t.oiue. nuumai y aitractive
arrange n c?nt: eight rooms and
line t!1? <1 bath: cone et.Ji! ot llar under enlire
house: steam luat: vide narking. This
111 ill* a i.iuiii,i.) nil triiat
at Only .~(?o rash rrtpi'red. No
fcurh bargain *.va? e.fr offered liefore.
?Situated ' i? < lie of tlie most beautiful
sjrcet* in C?M!:i.l?Ja Heights, a most attractive
?.?\v t o-s;nry house, right rooms and
tll.d bath: light. airy rrllar:
large .**!tlr for storage; host guaranteed
h??t-*vat?r lit a ting system: finished lli:* >ughoitt
:\ >elei*:? d hard wood; tine mautils and
fixtures.
$6,400?On Capitol Hill near East Capitol street,
a magnificent modern home: ten splendid
rooms and large tiled bath room; elegantly
finished throughout; beautifully arranged
saloon parlors and dining room: fine concreted
cellar; first-class heating plant; very
large yard; shed for automobile; 30-ft.
paved aliey. The price is extremely low.
N. L. SANSHl IiY,
719-21 13th st. n.w.
FOR SALri?HUl SE 11112 11 ST. -\.>V.. X S1Uries
and cellar; press brick with stone trimming;
has 14 rooms and two baib rooms; lot 25
by 116 to 30-ft. alley. fe22-6t*
FOR SALE? *STOP~P A YINf* RENT"?BUY 415 L
s.e.; $128 cash down and $14 month; 2-story 6room
frame; tine condition; uew tin roof; big fuel
house rear of lot; lot 26x65; side alley; price only
$1,800; title perfect and papers furnished free.
O. M. BRYANT. Owner. Warder bldg., 9th & F.
fe22-.3t.eSu*
FOR SALE? GIVING UP HOUSEKEEPING; WILL
dispose of my house, on S St., north side, between
l?tb and 10th, at a sacrifice to make quick sale;
cost ine $8,500;. built by W. P. Lipscomb. Will
take from a quick buyer $7,000, or even a little
jess; mi ninnii wxw; wiue aney. Auurens ?i. j\.
D.. Star office. fe22-3t
FOR SALE?2 OF THOSE ATTRACTIVE 1HUCK
bouses on north side Q st. east of 30th; i?leal
h??mcs: price. $4,500 each; $1,000 cash. MILLFLRSHOE31AKER
CO.. 1323 Wisconsin ave. fe22-Gt
FOR SALE?2311 M ST. N.W.; 9 ROOMS AND
bath: reduced from $5,000 to $4,600; lot 18% by
100 ft. to 30-ft. alley; all siodern improvements;
excellent condition; owner leaving city: must sell
bv April I: house aloue could not be built ror
$5,000. Call and see. fe21-th.s&tu Gt?
FOB SALE?$4.450?ONLY ONE LEFT OF THOSE
handsome new brick homes on north side of
Irving st., Columbia Heights; 20 feet wide; stone
trimmings; cabinet mantels; oiled floors: tiled
bath: furnace heat; gas r.inge. A delightful
modern house and on easy terms.
A. F. FOX COMPANY. Established 1870.
"THE REALTY COKNEK," 14tli and N. Y. ave.
fe21th&s-2t "
Fl>K SALE?DETACHED?
THE BEST DETACHED HOUSE ON COLOMBIA
HEIGHTS. TWELVE ROOMS. TWO
BATHS; HOT-WATER HEAT: ELEGANTLY
FINISHED; LOT FIFTY FEET FRONT;
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE; LARGE PORCHES;
ttf.Al 111*1 i. M IUIUI run uuuaTION
ANI) PRICE SEE
fo21-3t DAVID MOORE. 1328 X. Y. AVE. N.W.
FOtt SALE -$4,000?TWO NICE. NEW, fl-ROOM,
HAY WINDOW nillCKS ON A ST. S.E. NEAR
LINCOLN PARK; WELL KENTED. CIIAS. A.
SHIELDS. 140.-) ST. N.W. fe21-3t
FOR SALE ? $1.I>00 ? A FOt R-ROOM BBICK
HOISE IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD, ON OTH
ST. N.E.; COI'LD RENT AT $15; TRUST *1.500.
CIIAS. A. SHIELDS; 1405 ! ' ST. N.W. fe21-3t
FOR SALE- $2.500-AN 8-ROOM BRICK ON NEW
JERSEY AVK. o.K.t KKMKU AT 92U.3U; A
CHEAP PROPERTY. C1IA8. A. SHIELDS. 1403
F ST. N.W. fe21-3t
FOR SALE-I5.300-TEN ROOM BRICK ON MONROE
ST. N.W.; FURNACE IIEAT: TRUST
$4,000: CHEAP. CUAS. A. SHIELDS, 1403 F
ST. y.W. f.?21 3t
FOR SALE BLOOMINGDALE?
New hmise; IS feet front; r.d brick. !> ownstone
trimmings; seven large rooms; hot-water
heat; wide alley: hullt f? r a hom\ Easy tei-ms.
fei'I 3t DAVID MOORE. 1328 N. V. are. n.w.
FOR SALE? si>LENDID CH A N f B T( > Bi" Y FINB
pre.-!?ed-hrlek. Iiaj-window home; 0 fine ro>m?,
ne\v-style?l hath; furnace heat; spaeious cellar;
desirably located n.w.; great bargain at $4,150;
convenient term*.
WILLK.E. UIRBS Sc DANIEL. G03 & 603 12th.
tc21-3t
FOR SALE 1 INK MT. PLEASANT IIOUSB. JUST
off Kith st.: siilenilid lot. 33x00 fr 10 fine out
aid-.* rooms; modern plumbing: desirable in every
way; extremely cheap at |7.tXi0.
WlI.Ll'iE. GIBBS & DAMKL. 003 & 603 13th.
felil 4t
FOU SALE - ~
Corner hruee. delightful location. 15tb and Columbia
road; twelve rooms, two baths; hot-water
he:tt. Best section of Washington Heights.
Every room a from one; house built by day labor;
must 1*? sold; rail at once. Open Wash
injrton's birthday and Sunday.
felil-I'.t HAVIH MOOKK. 1328 N. Y.' aye. n.w.
FOlt S\!.E A GENTINK I:\KC\1X-A 9-]:<K)iI
brick. desirably loca ed n.w.; renting for $30.50;
cost I.VSOO; price
fe21 It EAKl.Y & I.AMi TuN. 615 14th fit. n.w.
FOR SALE- H.45-> FOK HOI*SK IN MT. PLRA8an!
that yon cannct duplicate for the price; a
snug 2-Mory ti-ro m. l>ay-window brick; tiled
vestibule aiul bath; concr.Mc cellar; furnace heat;
all room* fight and cheerful, ti Dished in hardwood
and handsomely papered; hardwood mantels;
large closets; front of finest press brick
trimmed with stone; lot 20 feet front; located %
square from cur. in improving neighborhood, !
wnere values are constantly increasing.
COLLI NS-GURRRY CO.. 621 15th st. n.w.
fe21-8t
FOR SALE-A CHEAP HOUSKIS.
500.
West of 13th St.. Columbia Heights; 3 stories,
cellar: 4 rooms on a floor; HOT-WATER HEAT;
tiled bath. Would cost more to build.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
fe21-3t
FOR SALE?$4,650.
Must be sold.
A northwest corner of P and 6th sts.; beautiful
location. SOLD SO LOW TO SETTLE ESTATE.
(yiwvn a. w?tnn?"r ? ?'
at r .uivr AA, I01? new lUrK ire.
fc21-3t
FOR SALE?
Corner on Columbia Heights; twelve rooms,
three bsths; hot-water heat. Just the one yon
have be ?q_ looking (or. Owner leaving town;
yonr uwnwws.
fe21-3t DAVlf> MOORE. 1S28 N. T. ave. n.w.
FOR 8ALK?A BARGAIN?
New bouse near Conn. ave. and 8 St.; ten
rooms, two baths; hot-water heat; twenty feet
front; elegantly finished; perfect In every detail.
For location and price see
f?21-at DAVID MOORE IBS N ??? ? ?.
FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL HOME NOT FAR Distant
abore Dopoot Circle; all mod. Imp.; itMU
beat; kitchen lit floor; low urlca, $7,200; Terr
easy terma. EARLY * LASIPTOK.
fel3-12t ?li 141k at. o.w.
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALR-ON R. I. AVE. N.W.. ELEGANT 3story
brick; 9r., bath; beautiful repair; front 1* 18
ft. on arc. and runs tbrouch to another street;
owner leaving town, moat sell; bargain for soma
one at 16,200. B. L. RUST. 608 14th at.
fe20-tf,5
FOR SA1JS-ON FAIRMONT SC. NEAR MTU.
well-built 3-story brick and brown-atone dwelling:
10 rooms; 19 ft. wide; sooth front. Will be sola
t bargain price.
fe20-tf.& H. U REST. 608 14th ?t.
FOR SALEFor
$6,260 yon can bay a delightful new boma
near Dnpont Circle, containing 7 room*, bath
- and cellar; hot-water beat; plenty of yard; convenient
terms.
For $8,250 yon can boy a beautifully located
nearly new colonial house, with side yard and
norches. on heights of West Washington.
For $15,000 yon can buy a magnificent residence
of 12 rooms, perfect and modern In
every respect and charmingly located in the
CENTRAL northwest.
We are exclusive agent* for many District
properties. Attractive as homes or for Investm
ant T t If a uk/iv tham in p.m
T F. FOX. COMPANY, Established 1876,
"The Realty Corner," 14th ?t New York are.
fel9-tu,th,sa-3t
FOR SALESROOM STO~RE~AND DWELLING
(the Pliclirg store hihI dwelling) at Tennallytown;
good business Ftnnd; lot 25x100;' price. $4,000.
MILLER-KIIOOM AKEK REAL ESTATE COMl'AXY.
1323 Wisconsin ave.. 32d St. fe!9-6t
FOB SALE?NEARLY NEW
3-STORY RESIDENCE.
10 ROOMS AND TILED HATH.
SOUTH FRONT. CELLAR.
CLOSE TO 16XH ST.
SOUTH OF PARK ST.
WANT OFFER *0,123.
GOING TO BE SOLD.
MOORE & HILL (INC.), 1333 G ST. N.W.
<e!S-10t
FOR SALE-MIST RE SOLD.
OWNER MUST SEI/L.
RENTS *53. NORTHWEST.
10 BOOHS AND ATTIC.
WANT OFFKB OF ?0,<X)0.
WANT OFFER. CELLAR; 2 BATHS.
HUKTHWE8T. 1IKXT8 H3.
2-STORY AND CELIiAR.
10 ROOMS AND BATH.
WANT AN OFFER.
MOORE & HILL (INC.), 1333 G ST. N.W.
felS-iOt
FOR SALE?FINE 3-STORY BRICK RESIDENCE,
with pressod-brlck bay-window front and stone
trimmings; 10 unusually fine rooms; furnace beat:
full-tiled bath, nickeled plumbing; owner refused
$7.<100 only a few months ago; will now accept
rented to good tenant at $40.50.
WILLIGE. GIBUS &. DANIEL, 003 & 606 lStb.
felS-Ot
FOR SALE?ARTIST'S HOMF.. 1310 MASS. AVE.
d.w.; bouse, studio and stable; $20,000; easy
terms; 11 rooms. 0 toilet rooms, 3 batbs. Address
mcuer. UOUERT HINCKLEY, premises.
del0-90t?
FOR SALE?LOTS. '
? lln<-?. if. Mic HI. $i.00. 1 wk . S2.3:S. I roa. ST.10.
FOR SALE?BY OWNER? 13 CHOICE? UxTSf
cumbered, central lots n.w.; two good sites for
large apartment houses; three lots s.e.; one
square s.w. Box 200, Star office. fe23-3t*
FOlt SALE?SPECIAL
BARGAINS IN LOTS.
Lanier ave.. north side, close to Adams Mill
road; 50 ft. front; worth $1.10. If sold at once,
8?^aC.
lGth st. near Col. road; 50 ft. front; cheap at
$1.5??. If sold at once, $1.25.
.M?wion si., ingiesiae; economical Dunning lot,
20 ft. front. Only 02y,<\
W. H. WALKER.
729 15th st. d.w.
ron SALE?
SWAKTZELL, RHEEM I: HEXSEY CO.,
013 t" st. n.w.
VERY DESIRABLE BUIflDING LOTS
ON MASS. AVE., ADJOINING AND
OPPOSITE NORWEGIAN LEGATION.
DESIRABLE RIILDING LOTS. 20X
60 AND 50X90, WITHIN ONE SQl'AItE
OP GERMAN AND FRENCH E.WBASw
crprc r? M in.' wm nirr at a
ui i liu. ULI iiv/i/uki i a t n
BARGAIN.
ALSO
BnERIDAN CIRCLE?WE HAVE THB
BEST SELECriON IN THIS LOCALITY.
SWART/.ELL. RHEEM ft T1ENSET CO..
fe23-2t-eSu 910 P ST. N.W.
FOR SALE ~EXCELLENT 45-KT. LOT. SOJJTH
front, on Rlltniore St.. corner alley, Wushincton
Heights. Special, per foot $1.50
Inotl,... t il! ft ln? U f.Anf
anuiiin uroiiuuir iui, duuiu iiuui, uu
P. lit more st. near Cllffbourne St., to sell for, per
foot $1.25
THUS. J. FISH Kit & CO., Inc.,
fe23-3t 1414 F st. d.w.
FoR~~SAI,~E- CHEAP F< >VIt XICE LOTS OX C ST.
between 14th and 15th sts. s.e. L. P. PETEItSOX,
1213 11 st. n.e. fe23-2t*
FOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT OXCK
j ?A fine building lot 20x70, Rhode Island ave.
bet. lltfi and l2tli sts. n.w.; or will exchange
equity for country property. Apply to D. M.
GOODACRE. City Ilall. fc21-7t?
FOR SALE?3 ADJOINING LOTS OX 17TH ST.
between VVlllard ami U sts. n.w.; each 20x80
feet; also 3 lots on Wlllard near 17th; each 17x80
f \ P P\nTlO\* Ownpr 101ft 1 sf folO-Rt
FOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE, AS~ I NEED THE
money?Eight building lots near Lincoln Turk,
close to East Capitol st. I will take $500 a lot;
cement sidewalk, curb, sewer, water, gas. shade
trees, public alley; adjoining a row of beautiful
new houses. A builder or speculator can make
money out of these lots. Will throw in a set of
plans. Address B. H. C.f Star office. fel9-5t
FOR SALE?THREE 16-FOOT LOTS ON THE
north side of (J st. n.w. between 21st and 22d
sts.; price, 73c. per foot. WEAVER BRftS., 141l?
F st. n.w. feltf-sa.tu.th.tf
[ COUNTRY PROPERTY. '
WANTED -SMALL COUNTRY PLACE IN MONT
gornery county from 1 to 25 acres, with improvements;
have several clients wanting such. BUT*
LEU-TALIAFERRO CO.. eor. 9th and H n.w. j
feZ3-3t,eSu
100 ACRES. HIGHEST ELEVATION. BETWEEN
Baltimore and Washington, on both steam and
electric r.r.; boulevard, now being made, passes
through this property. If subdivided will bring
from $600 to $1,200 per acre. Will sell to quick
buyer for less than $150 per acre. Address (
OWNER L.. Star office. fe23-3t* }
FOR SALE?SIX HI NPRED ACRES OF LAND
on the Potomac river in Md.; improved and un
improved; ? > to $.10 per aere. In lota to salt.
fe22-:tf KOKKUT MARBUftY, Riverside, Md.
FOR SALE?500 AC It ICS OF LAND IN CHARLES '
county. Md., near Indian Head, about 3 miles
from Glymont; one mile frontage on navigable
water, Mattawonuin creek, and directly opposite 1
the Indian Ilead naval proving ground; one of the
prettiest located farms in this section, particularly
adapted to trucking and fruit raising, and
within easy reach of the fast-growing town of
Indian Head; finely watered and well fenced 1
with wire; 8r. house and kitchen; barn, stable,
corn house and granary; finest spring of water in
this section and near the house. Address ADDISON
MARBUBY, Mason Springs, Charles Co.,Aid.
_fe22-3t* 1
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. ~
FOB SALE?OR EXCHANGE?VERY DESIRABLE
lot ON GRADE In WASHINGTON HEIGHTS;
size 20x104 to paved alley 15 feet wide; adjoining
residence assessed at $85,000; will exchange
for desirable home or investment property.
L. W. PROPMES,1405 New York ave._
WANTED?REAL ESTATE. ;
4 lines. It. 00c. 3t. $1.00. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo.. *7.20.
WANTED?BtiSINESS OR INVESTMENT PROPerty
handled by an expert with a large 'ollow
ing. in loucn wiiu oui-oi-iowu capuui; can oe
marketed without publicity. Address RELIABLE
A.. Star office. ? fe!9-5t j
~ COUNTRY ESTATE.
FOB SALE ? "MUSIC HALL." A BEAUTIFUL
country home near Charlottesville. In Albemarle '
Co., Virginia: 272 acres: over 2,000 apple trees
In full bearlug: variety of oilier fruits: double
bouse, high ceilings, large ball In middle, with
large rooms, ample dining room. Will sell at
bargain or exchange for city property unincumbered.
WM. H. SAUND12BS & CO.. 1407 F St.
n.w. fel6-lm
FARMS.
4 lines. It, 50c. St. $1.00. 1 wk.. *2.33. 1 :no.. $7.20.
FOR HALE?MONTGOMERY COUNTY FARM. 105
acres, near Four Corners; 2Vi miles from 7th at. I
pike; 40 acres cleared, balance in wood; 4-rjom
dwelling, stable. 75-ft. chicken bouae, fruit of
all kinds; a bargain at $0<> per acre. BUTLKjRTAIJAFERRO
CO., cor. 9th and 11 atg. n.w. 1
_fe2.'l-3t.eSu
STORAGE " 1
4 lines. It. 00c. 3t. $1.20. 1 vk.. $2 52. 1 .no.. $7.20.
STORE YOUR FURNITURE, PIANOS. ETC.. AT
WESCHLER'8. 920 Pa. ate. n.w. Rate* reasonable.
Telephone Main 1282. U23-.10t
100 SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS: STORAGE
by tlie load, packing, huuituj: end shipping; sea
as before storing. THOS. DOWLI.VG & CO.. .
Auctioneers. C12 E st. u.iv. Tbone Main 515.
de!2-tf
FIDELITY STORAGE CO..
1420 Yon street.
INDESTRUCTIBLE.
1,000 rooms; sliver vaults; money advanced at
6% per annum on goods stored In tills building.
Let our estimator call.
PACKING. DRAYINO AND SHIPPING. J
Jy2Tw.sA.Sntf
rinrifuuur aiuKAiiK ? ap.iAKA irj bUtKKU
rooms, holding one-horse-wagon load. $2 to $2.60 <
per month. Separate locked rooms, holding threehorse
van load, $4 monthly. Estimates farnlahed.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
au29 tf.7 920 922 E at. n.w. 'Phone 620.
paliostryT " t
4 lines. It. 60c. 3t. tl.gO. 1 wk.. ?2.B2. 1 lo.. |7.20. (
UUb. MIA, 1 lir. nuitLU a UHKAILSX fALM- I
1st and stro'iou-or, now holding reception* at I
723 Otb st. d.w.
! Fee. 80c. d?U-8IH* I
IHVESTMEHT PEOPERTIES/^
FOB SALE?^ T
HEISKELL * McLERAN.
1008 T ST.
$8.750?X&AR DuioNT CIRCLE. 8. _
story brick, 8 rooms snd bath, a.m.l.;
Tery easy terms; rent, $40.80.
M.OOO-N ST. NEAR 14TH, 4-story
brick, 10 rooms and bath, a.m.I., good
lot. Great bargain.
$7.000?NEAR DIPONT CIRCLE. 3story
brick. 10 rooms and porcelain bsth.
6 bed rooms, cellar, laundry and store 'room.
Sacrificed to close an estate.
$8,500?O ST. NEAR TTH, 2-story
V_l>k .n.1 /In.llln. a?
U1 IV K V1U1U U1U uncmugi ?V u n u WW
$42.50 monthly. Floe site for > permanent
business.
$12.300?P ST. NEAR DCPONT CIRCLE,
3-story modern brick, 12 rooms and
bsths, hot-water beat, good lot. home
originally cost 118.000. Owned by army
officer going abroad, hence the sacrifice.
We have several small investments
from $3,000 to $4,000, netting a good
rate of Interest.
HBISKF.LI, & McLBRAN,
1008 K ST. N.W.
FOR SALE?(10,000; RENTING FOR $133 A
month; down town, south of M, west of 14th.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?$4,850; RENTS FOR $33 A MONTH:
store and dwelling west of 14th; lot 32x93; Dae
locctlon.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ?Te.
FOR SALE?$11,000; RENTING FOR $105 A
month: store property snd dwelling on r business
st.; owner will dispose of this splendid In
coine producer Id order to realize cash 'to Improve
other property.
STONE * FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ?Te.
FOR SALE - $10,000; RENTING FOR $75 A
month: a 12-room dwelling on Mrs*, aire, n.w.,
formerly held at $18,000; $14,000 once loaned
on It.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York aye.
FOR SALE-LARGE INTEREST.
$3,500; renting for $33; nearly new; on a wide
thoroughfare In Mt. Pleasant; 8 rooms, 2 batha.
$3,000; renting for $38 a month; on a numbered
atreet northwest; good-paying tenants.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?LARfiE INCOMES
?TWO FAMILY HOUSES?
$5,900; renting for $53; one of tlie beet if not
the best located in the city; west of 14th on
the Heights; owner in need of cash; stands to
lose $800.
$4,400; corner west of 14th; rents $38; very
good renter.
$3,300; renting for $30; always occupied; well
located n.e.
$5,600; rents $47; well built, hot water heat;
not far from union station.
$7,500; west of lt?tli; splendid building; hot
water heat: rents $G3: lot 20x100.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 1312 New York ave.
HORSES AND "VEHICLES.
One rent a word each time for 13 words 3 times.
WANTEIl-l.SOO^POUNDHORSF, FORHlif FEED;
light work; good references. E. BENSON, RockTille,
Md., ltoute 5. fe23 3t
FOIl SALEJ?N E A RLY NEW DEPOT WAGON;
price, $:IT>U; cost (450; rubber tires; light trimmings.
Apply ;WjO N st. bet. 9 and 10. 1 nnd 3
p.m. fe23-3t*
FOR SALE?PLEASURE OR BUSINESS MARE,
six years old; city broke; fine looker nnd stepper;
also runabout, harness, robes, etc.; owner leaving
city. Apply to 1721 O st. n.w. fe21-3t
f uu SAi,r>?
Don't buy your carriage and harness until you
call at my place, as I have the largest stock of
up-to-date vehicles In the city. Can save you
money and time. This stock came from the
Louisville, Ky., fair, and was inspected by over
26,000 carriage men of the country. These goods
are not popcorn vehicles, but vehicles you can
buy. and your money is well invested. I tvill
open March 1 with the best line of vehicles and
harness this side of New York.
GEO. W. TAYLOR.
fe21-3t* 11th and X sts. s.e.
FOR SALE?A HANDSOME DARK BAY HORSE,
8 years old; sound, and weighs about 1,100
pounds; long tail, but colt built; saddles well;
city broken and safe. Can be seen at SELlr
MAN'S STABLE, 1741 Johnson ave.. between
14th and 15th ami R and S sts. n.w. fe21-3t
ruu muri?nun^b, >y
for light delivery purposes. A bargain. J. C.
KRGOOD & CO., 416 9th at. n.w. fe21-3t*
CLEARANCE SALE-TO MAKE ROOM FOR
large spring stock will sacrifice 150 new and second-hand
runabouts, traps, surreys, dayton and
delivery wagons; 100 sets single and double har- t
ness. COGSWELL'S, 209 11th st. n.w,; tel. 1477. I 1
fe20-tf ; 1
FOR SALE?15 HORSES AND MAKES. SLIT- J
able any business; ages ranging from 6 to 10 ?
years; all good workers; 5 dirt wagons r.n<l 5
_eets^harness. Rear 477 Mo. ave. fel8-7t* i
FOR SALE-LIGHT BROUGHAM^ NEWLY !
painted. In splendid condition; price. $86.00; bar- ,
gain; owner has no use for It. CONK LIN, rear
420 M st. u.w. f?15tf
UT~S7~rRANSKBR COMPANY^
MOTOR POWER
REPLACES THE HORSE.
$35 to $85-300 HEAD OF HORSES and 100
HEAD OF YOUNG. 3LOCKY-BUILT MULES. 0
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
bead a week. All good, serviceable stock, right ]
out of bard work. Also. 30 HEAD OF BIO,
YOUNG. FAT MARES, pavement sore; will come
ejtnnrl ?n tlia onnntrr I VTI^VnCVT
at COMPANY'S STABLES. 533. 535. 537 and 539
WEST PRATT ST-. cor. Greene. Baltimore, Md.
fel3-l>0t
MULES. MULES. .MULES.
U. S. TRANSFER COMPANY.
100 HEAD YOUNG MULES, $75 TO $150 A
PAIR. See SU PUIXTEN DENT, at Company *
Strfbles, 535, 637, f39 W. Pratt at., cor. Greene,
Baltimore, Md. fel3-90t
HIRE YOUR HORSES
FROM GEO. HYMAN.
Sift '411 <;th at n w
Tel. Main 1371. ' Ja?-90t-4
FOR SALE-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF~NEW '
and second-hand light delivery wagons; also ona i
6-passenger depot wagon, with rubber tires; 3 <
broughams: 2 wagonettes for sale or hire. Kara 1
bargains for quick buyers. S. D. WATERS A I
SOX, 310 Pa. are. Ja9-9Ot,0 1
FOR SALE?10 HEAD OP GOOD BORSE8, SUIT- I
ABI.E FOR WORK AND DRIVING. JUST ABRIVED
FROM SOUTHERN MARYLAND. APPLY
REAR 491 PA. AVE. 'PHONE M. 2771.
Ja8-90t.4
automobiles;
tno /*Anf word t!m? tnr IK tr/\n1a R tlmoi
TOR SALE-CADILLAC LIGHT TOL'RING CAR: <
side entrance, top, lamps, two extra cases anil
two extra Inner tubes; guaranteed to tie In perfect
running order; will sell at one-half cost. !
Address Box 102, Star office. fe22-tf
FOR SALE?POPE WAVERLY ELECTRIC RUNabout
automobile; good order. OWNER. 639
East Capitol St. fe21-3t?
TOR SALE-A CADILLAC MODEL F; SEATS
four; side entrance; in fine condition; selling to
buy higher-priced machine. Call 704 13th st. n.w.
fe21-3t __
'OR SALE?A WHITE STEAMER, 1905 MODEL;
has only been used eleven months in all and has
only run 4,000 miles. Address D. B. T.. 1141
Conn. aye. fe20-3t* 1
!
FOR SALE-A DEMAREST VICTORIA, CHEAP;
cost twelve hundred; good as new. S. D. ;
WATERS & SON. 310 Penna. ave. n.w. fe!9-14t 1
lUBURN?TRY AND EXAMINE ONE BEFORE
you buy; Immediate deliveries; seats Ave, (1,250;
runabout. $1,150; a runabout in good condition
m ?_ II * VVUO A ftHV* /?<v iota _a .
KOr bait*. nAi.ibo auiu va?., ioiu oiiuiuo ci.j
telephone Main 3229. Ja28-30t?,4 "
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
5VE HAVE EVERY FACILITY FOR AUTOMObile
repairing, employing; only expert help, guaranteeing
first-class work. THE ELMER H. CAT- '
LIN CO.. 300 13th n.w. Jal9 90t-4
WALL PAPER, ,
ENTERPRISE WALL PAPER CO.? PICTURE 1
framing a specialty. Window shades, pictures, \
mirrors and art material; estimates. 337 Pa. a^e. *
B.C. i mine cusi IMV. uciu. o. ubniii, Ji^r.
fe21-90t,4 I
' I
(VE WILL FURNISH YOU PAPER FOR THE ?
following slwd rooms: (1x9x9, ?5c.; 10x14x0, $ 1.10; c
12x15x1), 11.23; 14x20x0, $1.50; other rooms In proportion.
Come! F. (J. NOLTE, 907 11th.
de27-UQt.4
NO REMNANT FAKE?NEW 1907 STOCK. FULL
COMBINATIONS. WALLPAPER. 6c. A PIECE. 1
'PHONE EAST 559. CALL 0R WRITE FOB .
SAMPLES. JOHN B. MAUONEY. 313 Pa. are.I.e. t
fe7-90t,4 - I
W. E. FOWLER,
PRACTICAL PAPERHANGING. HOUSE PAINTING
AND INTERIOR DECORATING.
712 Ii ST. N.E. 'PHONE EAST I576-Y.
ja2-90t.4
DOGS. PETS, ETC.>ne
rent a word eaeb time for 15 words 8 times.
CRY LEE S BIRD STORE, 1801 5TH N.W.?CAnarles,
breeding cages, parrots, monkeys, pigeons.
French poodles, waterspanleU, Mexican hairless
pointers and (ox terriers. de4-90t,4
FANCY POULTRY; PIGBONS. SINGING CANArles,
breeding cages, parrots,' dogs, cats, plant
food, cold fishes, goats, rabbits, Guinea piss, ctc.
Sl'HMIU S BIKL> SlUltti, 712 lZtn ?t. JlD-tf ^
I4TU STREET HOSPITAL FOU ANIMALS. 2116 [
14tb ft. d.w., 'phone N. 1603. Complete faclii- 1
tin for treating aick animals; ae;aratc wards;
warm quarters, with uerclae yards; always open; i
dog cemetery. ocZ8-tf.? j
rrr.p.ATTEWJS Aum ~~ 1
PHILIP LED"teKER. 1241 H 8T. N. E.; 'PHONE 1
East 1003. Satisfactory work guaranteed. Our t
wagon ealla for and delivers work all over the I
city. 'Phone us. fel8-00t.4 s
3LOTHES DOCTOR, 1788 PA. AVE.; SUITS DRY I
cleaned and pressed, 40c.; pants, 10c.; overcoats, t
88c.; ladies' salts sponged and pressed, 80c. to r
75c. 'Phone M. 1480?our wagon will call. -el0-00t.4
j
COAL, WOOD AHD COKE.
L ll?a 14 on. at mi on i ?v. mn mn ?
r WW, III wv. at, i W?., f * lag., #1.2V.
J. A. BIRCH * CO., 8TH * K 8T8. N.BL, FUEL 1
CONTRA CTOB8; BS8T ANTHRACITE COAL, I
THOROUGHLY SCREENED: PaOMl*T VXL.1 V- v
KB*: 6,000 TONS CAPACITY.. PHbtflf Of. J
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LEGAL NOTICES.
?Bf.lt.. eoc. M.I1JO. Iw>-t3?. lw..r.H
E. H. THOMAS AND J A3. FBANC13 SMITH,
Attorney*.?In the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia. holding a District Court.?In re tbe
Extension of Kalorama Road from Eighteenth
Street to Chatnplaln Street In the District of Columbia.
District Court. No. 08G.?Notice Is hereby
clTen that the Commissioners of the District of
ColnnihU nnranint (a tha nmalaiiwta nf an >?? ft#
Congress, approred June '?>. A.D. 1900, entitled
"An Act Authorising the Extension of Kalorama
Road Northwest." hare Bled a petition In this
court praying the condemnation of land necessary
for the extension of Kalorama road fnun Eighteenth
street to Champbtln aTenne in the Pistrlct of
Columbia as shown on a plat or map Sled with an
amendment to the said petition as part thereof,
marked Exhibit P. C. No. 2. and praying also that
a jury of fl?e experienced. Judicious, disinterested
men who shall be fret-holders in the Klstrlct of
Columbia be summoned by the I'nited States marshal
for the District of Columbia to assess the
damages eacn owwr or land taken may sustain j
by reason of the extension of Ibe aforesaid Kalorama
road and the condemnation of the land necea- .
sary for the purpose thereof and to assesn the i
benefits resulting therefrom, including the expenses '
of these proceedings, as provided In and by the
aforesaid act of Congress. It Is by the court, this
Twenty-first day of February. A D. 1907. Ordered.
That all persons having any Interest in theee proceedings
be and they are hereby warned and commanded
to appear In this court on or before the
Eighteenth day of March. A.I>. 11)07, and to conttnnp
In ttennann> until tha .vmr? 0K011 liu??
its final order ratifying ami confirming tbe award
of damages and the assessment of t>eneflts of the
Jury to be empaneled and sworn herein; and it is
further Ordered, That a copy of this notice and
order be published once In the Washington Law I
Reporter, and on six secular days in The Washington
Evening Star. Washington Herald and the
Washington Times, newspapers published in said
District, commencing at least twenty days before
the said Eighteenth day of March. A.D. 1907. It
is further Ordered, Th^t a copy of this notice and
order be served by the United States marshal for
the said District, or his deputies, upon such owners
of the land to be condemned herein as can be \
found by the said marshal, or his deputies, within ;
the District of Columbia, and upon the tenants and ;
occupants of the same before the said Eighteenth !
day of March, A.D. 1907. By the Court: JOB
BARNARD, Justice. A true **ony?Tent: (Seal.) J.
R. YOUNG. Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM,
Asst. Clerk. fe22 Gt.cSu
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE^ISTRICT
of Columbia, holding a wpeclal term as a district
court of the United States for the District of
Columbia.?No. 679.?In the matter of the condemnation
of all of original lots one. two and
three, the south forty-four feet of original lot
four, the south twenty feet of original lot live, and
all of subdivision lot fourteen in square numbered
three hundred and twenty-four, in the city
of Washington. District of Columbia, as a Dortion i
of the f?ite for the proposed addition to the post
office building.?Upon consideration of the petition
filed herein by the United States of America,
through William H. Moody, Its Attorney General,
seeking the condemnation, among other property,
of the west thirty-five feet of original lot two (2)
and the east half of original lot three (3), in
square three hundred and twenty-four (324), in the
city of Washington, District of Columbia, improved
by premises Nos. 1107 and 1109 Little B
street (public space) northwest, in said city and
District, as a portion of the rtte for the proposed
addition to the post office building, in conformity
with the act of Congress approved March 3. 1903,
entitled "An act to Increase the limit of cost of
certain public buildings, to authorize the pur/?>mio
ilfos fur nuKHn *.? a?iKA>Un
erection and completion of public building*, and
for other purposes" (32 Statutes at Large, part 1,
page 1211), it Is, by the court. Ibia 14th day of
February. A.I). 1907. ordered that the unknown
heirf\ devisees, legatees, next of kin and creditors
of John F. Broderfck, deceased, if any there
be, and all other persons owning, occupying or
claiming any title, interest or lien of any nature
whatsoever in and upon the went thirty-live feet
six inches of original lot two (2) and the east
half of original lot three (3), before described, and
sought to be condemned herein, be, and they
hereby are, required to appear in this court and
answer the exigencies vt the said petition on or
before the fifteenth day of March, A.I). 1SK>7. at
10 o'clock a.m.. at \vbicn time the court will
Droceed with the niJittpr ?f thn l?n t\f
the above-described parcels of property. By the
court?JOB BARNARD; JftMfte. (Seal.) A ttue
copy?Test: J. B. YOUNG, Clerk. By F. E.
(T.NMMJIIAM. Assistant Clerk. felS,20t23inh4.0.8
~~srpbemk"court of toe "district of <:olumbia.
holding a probate court ? No. 1424*, Administration.?This
is to Rive notice that the subscriber,
of the District of Columbia, has obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia
letters testamentary on the estate of Peleg Edwin
Dye, late of the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims-against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the v ushers
thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber
on or before the lTith dav <\t I-Vbrunrv AT) 1 ?4.iK
otherwise they may by law lie excluded from all
benefit of said esrate. Given under iny hand iMs
15th day of February. li>07. HA LEIGH SH HUMAN,
1410 II s?t. n.w., Maryland bldg. tSeal.)
Attest: JAMES TANNER, Register of Wills for
the District of Gilumbin. Clerk of the Probate
Court. HALEIGII SHEUMAN, Attorney.
fel6-law,3t
HsFpREME COl'RT OF TIIE DISTRICT OF Columbia,
holding Probate Court. Estate of Eliza>eth
Andermann, deceased. No. 14102. administration
ioeket CO.?Application having been made herein for
ItrnhntP nt tlif* !?? will nnil tPGtnmmil ?n<1 nmllnll
thereto of said deceased, and for letters testamentary
on said estate, by William A. Donch, It
Is ordered this 8th day of February, A. L>. 1007,
that notice he and is hereby given to Bernhard
Zimmerman and to ICmma Loos, next of kin and
heirs at law of said Elizabeth Anderinann. and all
:>thers concerned, appear in said court on Friday,
the 22d day of March, A. D. 1U07, at 10 o'clock
tt.iri"., to show cause why such application should
not 1k? granted. Let notice hereof be published in
the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening
Star newspaper once in each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein mentioned, the
first publication to be not loss than thirtv *lnv* ti?.
r<>re said return clay. ASHLEY M. GOL'LI), Justice.
(Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register
>f Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the
Pro?>ate Court. WM. A. DONCH. Attorney.
feJ)-law,3t
"Tn"the supreme'"corrt of i hedi strict
>f Columbia, holdiug a Special Term for Probate
business.?In the matter of the estate of James
W. Pumpbrey, deceased.?No. 13615.?It appearing
:o the court that the notification to George Tucker,
Howard Tucker, James Tucker, William Tuckcr,
[iessie Nebinger, Susie Nebluger, Alexander Nebnger
and Percy Thomas, of the time and place of
the trial of the issues herein, with a cops* of the
same, was returned by the U. S. martial In and
'or the District of Columbia "not to be found," It
s this 5th day of February, 1907, by the court,
>rdered that the sulwtance of said Issues framed
lereln for trial, to wit: Was the paper dated October
19, 1867. filed In this matter executed by
fames W. Pumphrey, In due form of law, as his
ast will; Was the said paper, if so executed, reroked;
Was Its execution procured by undue influence
or fraud of Beulah Simkins or of any other
f>en?on, be and the same is hereby ordered to be
>ubllsbed at least twice a week for a period of not
ess than four weeks in The Evening Star, a newsjaper
of general circulation in the District of Coumbla,
and once a week for four successive weeks
n the Washington Law Reporter; and It Is further
fK?* fh/> dan + Vw?
mucicu iuai iuu ua; ui iuc mat l/I nam 1B9UC8 LTO
ind the same is hereby fixed for Monday, March
11, 1907, and the Supreme Court of the District of
Columbia as the place of the trial thereof. ASHLEY
M. GOULD. Asso. Justice. (Real.) A true
ropy?Attest: JAMES TANNER, Register of Wills.
fe9-2aw8t
MEDICAL
Mine*. It.. 60c. 8t.?t.20. lwt.C M. I mo . ?T.M.
Dr. CZAR IRA,
GERMAN SPECIALIST. TREATS AND CUUE3
2ATARKH and disorder* of So?e, Throat, Siomach,
Longs, Intestines. Kidneys aud Bladder.
HCPrUltK positively cored without operation, suffering
or loss of time. See testimonials.
PILES urn! Fistulas of soy severity or ?ti-ge cared
without operation.
BLOOD Poisoning. Eruptions, Dicers, Stricture, <
Nervousness, Wasting Debility positively
cored.
FREE consultation from 9 a.m. to A p.m. ,
STEWAIIT BL'!U NO. Suite 211-214. 402 6th at. '
ja31.tf.16
N. T. BALDUS, M. D.. PH. D.. GERMAN SPR- I
ciallst on Diseases of the Brain, Nervous System.
Heart. Kldnevs. Stomach anil nther '
Doctor's service and medicine, $2. Tel. M. 2519. 1
Honrs. 10 to 1. 4 to 0. S.E. cor. 6th and F n.w.
jjlD-tf.a 1
Dr. Reed, !
Specialist, 509 12th Street. \
VPAD5' SUCCESSFUL j
II PRACTICE IN ;
meases or me tsraio ana .Nervous frysiem. skid.
31ood. Heart, Stomach, Liver, Kldnoys, Bladder,
Cose, Throat and Lungs. Stricture. Varicocele and
Svdrocele cored. No pain. No loss of tlue. Blood
diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organa
jroraptly relieved and permanently enred by safe
nethoda. Charges low. Free consultation In perion
or by letter. Hours: 10 to 1 and 3 to 6; fcunlays.
10 to 1. no12 tf^20_
Transfers of Schooners.
Capt. Charley Tubman of the schooner
3ugle has sold his Interest In that vessel
o parties from the eastern shore of Mary
ana, ana me iransrer or me vessel 10 us
lew owners was made yesterday. The Eugie
?ame here several weeks ago with a cargo
>f lumber, and the freeze occurring kept her
'rom sailing. She is still in port here, and 3
ler new owners came here yesterday to
:ake charge of her. Capt. Tubman, it is
itated, will remain In command of the
Eugie for a trip or two, until a new master
:an be secured. The Eugie has been em- ]
)loyed In trade on Chesapeake bay and Its ;
xibutaries, and It is stated that her new |
iwners will keep her on the work. She Is a ,
essel of 04 tons burden, is W feet long. an<l *
jcas built at Dorchester county, Maryland. 1
n 1872. She was rebuilt and made prac- i
ically a new vessel several years ago. 4
Capt. J. B. McPherson has sold the twonastod
bay schooner J. B. Anderson to Mr. ,
a. ?v nue 01 oausnury, Ma., ine iransier ,
laving been made at Baltimore early In tlie ,
week. The Anderson has been employed In j
he lumber traffic on the bay and Its tribu- <
arief, and she has made numerous visits
>ere under the command of Capt. McPher- 1
ion. Capt. W. E. Brinsfield, who has been
n command of the schooner Annie Belle, is
;o take command of the Anderson for her
lew owners. The Anderson is a schooner of f
63 tons burden, and was built at Fredrica,
Del\, In 1871.
, 1
John 8. Channel, a real estate dealer, was 3
tilled by an electric train near Pleasant- f
Die, N. J., where he had gone in company e
rlth his sister to buy a lot in. the cemetery t
a which to bury her husband. | 1
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i
LOAM CO MP AMES.
4 Hiw. It. ?Oc. 81. >1.20. 1 w>.. $2 62 1 mo , >T
NOTHING IO PAY
ON THK PRINCIPAL
UNTIL MAY 3D.
I'aaally porkrtbuok! arc 0*1 after Chiiatmai. a ad
on tMa account we arc offering tbla proposition.
On all loann made during February and Uirtk
we will require do payment on the prior I pa I until
May S. Other cooipanlea Insist on a payment OS
the principal the Brat month. We aak only the In
teirat until May 3, ami then yoa may repay tbe
principal In any slxe payments you Jealre. Following
are oar ratea:
$15. only 87c. per no. ' $.10. only ll.flfl per mo.
$20. only SI.10 per mo. $00. only $1.09 per mo.
$29. only $1.23 per mo. $73. only (3.49 per mo.
$100. only $2.wl i>er mo.
Other amounta In proportion from $10 to $900.
No charges for drawing pa|tera. No delaya. tx>ana
with other companlea paid op and more money advanced
at our ratea.
MATiffflMAfl 0 JDAM & MHW fftfil
uvu u u u -v uv u?a lav/ofl u *vi o iya
ROOM 41. IIOMB LIFE BIMLDINQ.
Northeaat fleflW & fll <>pp. Tr?i?ary.
Corner 1?71HI KS U , ?lh Ktoor, l'ront.
fpH-2Sd ENTRANCE ON O STRRBT. _____
Side entrance on 8th ?t. I'rlTtte Oflleo*.
Prompt Loans
on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
?or Household Goods In storage. When yoa require
financial aid and need It immediately the
qulekeat and easiest way to *et It /fJf/
is to ask Horning. No delay :>r ineon- [I /Ay-,
.?T...v..vc uu !??!??..v...? . lUirintl HV /f/ /J
charged at the low rate of /W
Money Loaned Salaried People.
HORNING, 9th <& D,
. fe22-18d '
Money Loaned Salaried People
ami other*, without iteoiirltjr; e?*r p?Ttnent?;
offices In 03 prlDclpml ritln; ??ve youraeir money
by getting my term* ftnit. D. H. TOI.MAN,
lioom Mie. 533 15th it. n.w. nol8-tf,a
Why Pay 1??&
When you can (Ttr/
get it here ^/(Q) f
1U1
Honey loaned on Watches. DlamonJa. Jewrlry, At.
E>tal>llsbed 1H70.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office,
314 NINTH STREET N. W.
?e23-tf.H
IE YOU BRING THIS AD
fifl Ur *Si
moniim awn. vy/vy
IS ALL YOU PAY US
Compare the nbore rate with what you pay now
and see how much you amve by dealing with oa.
We Pay Off Other Companies.
No extra charge for preparing papers, etc.
ODTiZEil^^
409 COMMERCIAL BANK BWLDINU.
N.W. Cor. 14th and U eta.
Entrance to eletator. Noa. TOU 'UO I4tb at.
_fel2Sd _
ft f _ n _ KV At - _
we luoao money
?ON?
FURNIT IlE, IMANOS. ORGANS*
HORSES, WAGONS. SALARIED
EMPLOYES. ANYTHING
at lower raten of Intereat than any loau company la
existence, and without any red tape.
We are an old eHtatiliahed company with unlimited
capital, and private office* In a large offlc*
building. *
Potomac Guarantee Loan Co.,
928 F ST. N.W.. ATLANTIC RLOG..
K00..1S NOS. 21, 2:t. 24. 21? KI.OOIl.
TELICI'llOXK MAIN 030
]?S-tf.2Q
MONEY LOANED
TO SALARIED PEOPT.R AT
LOWF.ST RATKS OP INTKltBST.
We alio loan an second trait- life Inmrtnc*
pollclri, liated or unllat<?d nttti, hood*. Ac.
The Mutual Guarantee
Furad Assoccatjon,
Rooms 22-23 l*Yld?oo Bld?..
Hid n 8T. N.W. Tel. M. 633.
]|MM<
DEATH OF VETERAN REPORTER.
Been in the Service of One Newspaper
Since 1842.
PHILADELPHIA, February 23,-CoI.
Stephen N. Wlnslow. whose proudest boast
was that he was the oldest reporter In _
Philadelphia, and who since 1842 had been ^
continuously connected with the Inquirer,
died yesterday at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Horace VV. Long: <>f !M1
North 12th street. Active until the last. Col.
Winslow had for the past three months
been confined to his room. Until a short
time before his death, however, he kept In
touch with his business affairs and daily
laughed and Joked with a host of friends
who called on him.
Col. Winslow had for years been the recognized
authority on commercial quotations.
He was the proprietor of the Commercial
I.ist and Price Current, a newspaper
devoted to finance and commerce,
and was the author of many books concerning
commercial matters. For nearly
tiu.tr a century tne commercial reports in
the Inquirer have been furnished under his
direction.
There was not a linancler or active business
man who did not know Col. Winslow.
Socially and In club circles he was a leading
figure, and was always the "Youngest
chap" at any (fathering.
Kindly, generous and with an Intense love
of exact Justice, he believed In making the
world a pleasant place to live In. There
are hundreds who have cause to remember >
his helping hand in their hours of need. For
twenty-five years<?ol. Winslow had suffered
from locomotor ataxia, traveling about
town 1n an old-fashioned carriage. His vehicle
was a familiar figure on the streets.
Aside from a slight difficulty in walking,
the colonel was always, apparently. In the
ho a f f\t Hon 1 fcVl itwl cnirlto Ulo tn In/1 n-na
keen and his tongue always ready with a
test.
EICH HARVEST OF DEATH.
One Hundred Bodies Taken From
Mexican Coal Mine.
Speoial Dispatch to The Star.
AUSTIN, Texas, February 23.?A dispatch
from Uas Esperanzas, Mexico, says that lO)
dead bodies have been taken from the coal
mine of the Mexican Coal and Coke Company
in which an explosion of gas occurred
four days ago. There are known to be
twenty-three men still entombed in the
shaft and it is practically certain that all
ire dead. Nearly one-half the dead miners
ire Japanese. Several hundred men are
at work clearing away the debris of the
mine and opening a way to the Imprisoned
men.
Heartrending scenes are of hourly occurrence
near the mouth of the shaft, where
the rescuets are making their headquarters.
In nearly every instance Identification is
mpossible and women and children crowd
ibout every body that is brought up. Eight *
vehicles are engaged In the work of carryng
the remains to the cemetery, and their
progress is entirely blocked at times by
the press of women who furiously demand
Jurther opportunity to prosecute their hopeless
task of attempting to identify the dead.
The ton doctors in attendance have been ?
working without Intermission.
DEFEAT FOB HARBISON.
Mayor Dunne Wins in Chicago Democratic
Primaries.
CHICAGO, February 23.?According to
the latest returns from the democratic prlnarles
held yesterday, the renomlnation of
may ui i^uuuc ui mc uuiivruuuii luuiui ruw
s assured. Of the total of 987 delegates,
57 are pledged to Dunne, 301 to Carter
garrison and 129 are unpledged. The
lumber of votes necessary to a choice Is
194.
A caucus will be held tonight to deermine
who are to have the other places
m the ticket. It Is the general opinion
hat there will be no serious contest against
Hay or Dunne, and that his nomination is
:ertain. *
The republican primaries will be held
Monday.
Kingston Quakes Again.
Iperial Cablegram to The Star.
KING8TON, Jamaica, February 23.? %
rhere was a violent shock of earthquake
eHterday morning, which brought down
leveral of the damaged buildings and caused
l panic. It was the heaviest shock since
lie cataclysm of January 14. No loas of
i to i fx rpnnrtAd

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