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If not convenient to rail at The Btar office, J 1th street and Pennsylvania avenue, leave your advertisement at any of the following Branch Offices: " ^ N0RTHWE8T BHAWCHM: Centrrr's I>ru? store, 14tb ami V ata. I'pj !?\v*a Prijjf store. 14th and Welling pL Port-nan's Drug Store, 14th and R. I. Lupton'w I'rag Sforo. Vermont are. and 3 Kin#'* Prtig Store. 13th and I ata. Jfoltacluw'a .\>?* Stand. 1701V Pa. n?'rhst's Prog Store. 2f?th and Pa. ara. Crlatreir* Drug Store. 7th and T sta. Poafal *TYl#?grnph (?lllrp, 112fl Conn. av?? PoataJ Trlegraph Office, J)!2 Pa. are. Poifnl Telegraph Office, flth and B ata. Poafal Telegraph office. Peon. R. R. Statlom. H Knnn. Sons A Co.. Information Bureau. yvor.Jivnrd & Lofhrop. Snpprfntendent'a deafr. Irt^rlor l?ept., Kth A V ata.. Telegraph Office. Jenifer bid*.. 7rh A I> ata.. Telegraph Offlc*. Commercial Dank hldg., Telegraph once. Corridor l'. S. Canltoi. . Grtrr ?* Grlfr'i Pharmacy. Ofti and N. Y. GoM'-nherg'a Dt-pnrtinent Store, U12-28 ?tn at.. Rnrwia of Information. T!.?? H:itrh1n*-Henncr Drug Co.. 17th A Q?*PutKr A Held. Drngclat*. 3d A Indiana a?J. LouIh H. Caat?ll. Pharmacist. 3100 11th at. I?'ipont Pharmacy. *Ji>fh and 1* ?tsThus A. Dohjnfl. l**fh and Col. rd. OEORGETOWH: C?T*onn??ir? Pr'ig Store, 32d and M ata. Onnnnell'i Drug Store. 32d and O ata. Adams Fx|>r*??>i Offlr*. 1222 32d at. TrU*'* Pharmacy. 2Sth nnd P ata. flUKiJUw: Kenealj-'a Pharmacy. N. Capitol and I *t?. Flalcj's Pharmacy. 11th and E. Capitol ta. ftlilhurn'a Pharmacy. 13th nnd II ata. Butlers Pharmacy. 4th nnd Stanton placa. SOUTHEAST: Bradley's Drug Store. 8rh and II eta. O'XjoqdcII'b I>rti?j Store, 3d and Pa. artu SOUTHWEST: Snlllvnn** Drug Store, 7th nnd D at?. Eleventh Street Wharf. O'Brien & UalL Ctaa. 8. Walter. 1*01 4H at. ANAC08TIA; C. O. Lohr, Zfl Monroe *t. ALEXANDRIA: A. S. Doniphan, 727 King at. BRtfiHTwnnn n_ fl ? i Wm Tbouiaa, Krl^btw^l ar. & Longfellow at. XENLEYTOWN D. 0.1 G??o r. i'arton. Pniffigt. Wisconsin a*?. WANTED?AGENTS." WAM'KII J2.:* I'KR GALLON FOR MODERN Impr..v.'.| Whiskey. T1IK JOHN WEDDERBt UN t o.. Oltt F st. n.w. apS-80t,3_ WANTED?HELP. Onr cent u word for 15 words. MALE. WANTI l) RETAIL < I.(>THTNG SALESMAN. A-.lv hi VICTOli E ADt.Elt K!7 hii J toil* fth ?t. n.w. vv"\ m 1.1 > at" rni l; SAMri.k imstriu1'teus ffornvhiTP, $4 ptr 1 .tKK> paid. Ill MM EL. 3tW?7 1 ndla in - ;i vc., < liicago. w amTiT -}u fIrst rlass c \rpenters at I>lstrl<*t bathing hvac-h, foot 17th st. n.w.; $4 per lav f??r .h hours' work. Apply to foreman. Je:> 2t* v\ a m i: i? i:o v s w Fri t 1ii r v < i.ks : salary, $4 \i?|'ly at once. M. l'MLII'SBoRN A \0.. <Jlo 11 tb n.w. WANTEI)?COACHMAN. SIXCI.E. FIRST CLASS;* willing t?? have city for summer; brim; referein?*^. l."15 K.th st. WANTKli I>Al CLERK \1 THE PORTLAND; young man preferred; good address and references essential: experience and a knowledge of typewriter preferred: salary. $40 with room and l*>ar<l. Increase in fail If satisfactory. Address Mr. HOOVKK. The Portland, 14th and Vermont ave. je3-4t* u-ivrvn vnrvi: \! v v To ITTPA f> S(iI>A f<?unta!u. r?*fi*r?'U?Ts?. imJKAM'S DRl (j STl'llE, IS iml r.t. avf. Jc3-3t* WANT I i \ REGISTERED DEI ?; CLERK IN down t?mn stnrr. >iat< ciixTlt'iicc and agr; must have good ri'tw^ncp. Adilrew Box t> . Star oftii e. je3-3t* YVANTKI? \ DRAFTSMAN TO MARK PATKNT olHtf drawing. jf?H?d salary and permanent i*> alt ion. tall room 2f?. I?1 S F sf. n.w. Je2 3t WANTKD lo lllth KLAYK1W; frt Ti lt 1>A V; 18th aud Kast Capitol ?t. De. JAMfcS A. COY LK. \VANTEI? VKKY CLKRK IN RETAIL lumber yard , on.* who thoroughly understands the business. Addre*a, stating reference, Hoi 111. Slur offliv. Jel-3t* WANTED- KX I'KKI fc..M KI) WHITE ELKVATUR N v. Ami!j "THK RALEIGH," >>l-3t* vvan tV7d~ k.hy roi: errands and general vt-rk in Ar>lv>are store. Address Uux 27. Star offl v. Jel-3t WA.NTKIi KXI ERIKX Kl> WELL DRILLER; steadv wtd'k for 11?*? right man. GF.ARY A. FISHER, Rock vi Up. Md. inj3I-Ct WANTKI? 1 MADK IN FIVE YEARS IN the mall order business; b?*ga?i with $5. Any rail uo iue wurn iu syarv iimc. o* uu f?.r free bv>?>k>t. Tells how to tet started. MA.NAGKIl, 11 x 831. Lockport. N. Y. mj3-iHlt NVANiKL) MODElt.N IMPROVED WHISKY, 50c quart. Imported rnd dnme?4tie urines and liquors. leading brands, at cat prices. Two bottl s straight pure rv?\ nm brand, with Wedd%rburn live combination. $1.53. THE JOHN WEDI?M KB I RN CO.. Old F at. n.w. 'Phone 541)4 Main. my21-tf AN TVTED" \ll\~ 7-> TRY MTJ! BTCHC "TIFN and ?.dl it THE JOHN WEDDER1URN CO.. Hid F at n.w. myl4-tf W \ \ n ! > i N Y ~ INTELLIGENT PERSON" MAT arii iiH-oiiie (-orresi*?iidin< for no wapa iters; ?**]. rb ui.ne?*??ry. S?*nd f ?r particulars. PKKSS SYMHi \TK. . N. Y. mv3-90t DOMESTIC. WANTKl ? oL<)IiKI> HOY BKTWF^N 15 AND 2uforhonsoxv.?rk. 1815 H?th st. Ji?2 2f MALE OR I EMALE. Wantkd neat colored boy or girl to wait "U taMf morning anil evening. Call immediately; ref. 1140 loth st n.w. JfS>2t w.\n iki? vorv; men a\i> i.amks who ?r- of > sft i ii- a boslnena come should t-1:r??lI ii" v U*fore ??nr raten ? lunge. if yon call xi .w we w ill ! <?'! v?? u pia? e f<?r yon to l?**tfln li-?t laf*t than July 1 at i?r?*>*nt ra* *s. Call at ' . c'l'K t VL'U'*! lll'UI VL'kiC 1. 1 . i lltli lad I' 919. H.W. MM T31MAI.E. WIVTCD C,Il!?.l! SCHOOL GIRL FOR GEN*m?1 A'I'iress Hox lio. Siar office. _ *8 * H \\ ANTI.I 1 \I?\ ? ASIIIKK. STATU AGE. KXi i :i?i .' * i i s. Address Box 01. Star jg 7t j wam! i ii:s'i ? i v>s m>ii;t i?i: u'i:i:s. long j??- i \r, '> ?t ' -i Lal i.\ square. WANTKl STKNmiRAPIlEK AND TYPEWRITER. M.N MOK ? all 1 ! ?.?:; N n.w. \\ .n i rv.o s\r.!..-i.\i>iis \ i ki.nu s. mm M -T. !! W. U'.'J-ot* \ V?HTNO LU>1 A> BOOKKEEPER; k;i''?lti!i.v ,,f s* !.?-!;? ;??iv uu?l typ**- ' v : i j. : .?! -tir-i ir-.ui s .. *,. one i; ?ur f i. :y. >ix dollar* \\i-.k. state IddrMi Boa i?. Star ?>tBee. v- \ \ ; i.; KXPKKII \< ED SKIKt iTi"tErTaST nv\.r Boa .".7. Star rt:? ?. fel-ft* \\ AM! I'~.\NV IM KLLIGENT PERSON ILil os ; . ! i : t? ..rrespomlin?; for newspapers; -% ..**<> -~.:ry Setol f ?r particulars. 1*1; 5 - SYNMCATK. Lock port. N. Y. my3ii?*t \V \N1I.I> WoMI'.N lo TUV ol It 111 i illT GIN ?ll it. 1111. JOHN WKDDKKBt'KN CO., v?.' p ?.t. ii \t. rnyn ii DOMESTIC. WANTED WOMAN 1?> DO GENERAL BOI SE : k iv..? in fatuih. i.'uli "> uViin-k. .111^ Ctl il ?.w. j?-3 "?i * WANTKt) KIIWT CLASS COOK; 3TAI NIGHTS: A|?|. > Ma?v ave. ii.w. WWII. I* NN 1 i Ii \. W (?M \\ I ??K ?7f mTuaL i. > ?\c!k. *:?? 1 li?>;it**, < ill at 1ii st. n.e. WAVTKD WOMAN FO DO GENERAL HOUSEk f r?'?ju;r*Ml. ! ../? 1">i!i st. i: \v. \\ \NTKi> FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. GOOD V Wi! 1> MIDDLE AfiED WHITE WOMAN FOR . v .rk .iiiil fair \\ ;ijre3 iu small family. H??x j St?i otfk e. jt'.I -! \\wiu- ?;n;i r?? .m?k. wash \m? IRON : ly ?.f |. al><* ? iiamU riuai?i jri'.l :vf? r- Jli? J -::m Marshall pla* * .}? "? 3l \\ A \ 1 i: I Kl.l lAl'I i WOMAN ? - M_U\ . W \ STL 1' . l lioii>?\v..i k. r?-i .;?::< ? >. Apply |1 n.w.. up-taiis i!a!. \\ vn . a kki : xr.i.i: win it: maid i?? iTo i" . , 111 > ; ? -.v.iit o;i :n\.?lnl l?*jv. Apply j:' K Mi; - Washington l'ulv<?i*Miiy H ?; r . J**:; ;:t* \\ VNTEI? (OMPETEM WOMAN t'OR general : .\ rk r? t r.-:,. . li- aie at ul^ht. Api-h IXK) K st. ?i.\v. wwu i? i.xn i:ik\i i h ami situ i:i> ?'??tt ?. <1 ...au as i- i:. Call ut -.*00 Wisconsin ii v. n.w J-'o.'it* WANTED OH>K \M? LAI NDKKSS OK COOK a ltd im? w i tit in;: un?l intuing. ?(ay uigl.T* 14JI2 >?i it w iv.WM ? VV? ?M AN i'lUt i iKN KltAI. 11?>1 SK n.? w.i>: iu' or ironing: ?l?v ref?T**ii' m.ij> n - > $!?? *? 111 r? K?i< ?: ! -r ti w WANTED ( IPABLK WOMAN FOR GENERAL i,. u?.? w. rk srepf washing am! ironing; must !??? a hik. Aj J v Ajvi: *>?1. TUB ILBKM.IKLK. T mn i ITth Ita w.w. )el4t* WANTED SETTLED COLOKKD WOMAN TO .. i\ s mhIi i ai. 1 ii": i for Miia.l family; auy night*; luut*t buvf refer*.*!' ?*!*. 21iMi I8tb st. j?*l 3t W AN*TKI? % \V? ?M A \ TO I??? X.hiilT llOl'S&. ?*rk and ro klm null iMdarat. Aral]! Mo. :;T. TilK HKKKSHIKK. 141J (.'lupin *t. jel-M W iMi KIKNT WHITE (illCI. TO ASSIST %. itb ; Mr*- n uii'i <l.i plain sewing; answer. KiTi:\? n-fi r< i i-s, H'-i Star ?rti WA.NTKI) JKNKK \L HOI SKWoKK lilt. KKNm'i;1: i,. >!<!.; i'h*-v* rar*. C.il! ??? p .'finises I* II. IVmplef. or :S1 Home Life Mil*. J**l-3t \\ iXTKD GOOD COOK; No WASHING; ?ii>:cs. $!<? per month; references; n-.ue < ?h?*r r- ! applr. ?W?32 O. I'pstalrs jel-.'U \S \.M M I ?il.l i|(K!? UuMAN TO W AIT ON OI.D iattj; tight rffercuces required. 3214 S n.w. y\M' ^ BUG WEAVING. HAVE YOI'B inn i'?DO?mu a ' .i tn r. ? . Ill ' ?? <1* r..i r'mii i'M .urijtt-. Hi* kiiIt wovIiik fm'torv .>f " k 1 ' ? i was.UN..ton Kru c?. " ? . u." m*lu 4S2.V ?1<1s !*)( WANTED?SITUATIONS. Om cent > word for 10 words. MALR WANTED?BY YOUNG MAN, WORK OF ANY kind, driving preferred. Address 4C3 School st. s.w. WANTED?BY YOUNG COLORED MAN. PLACE us porter In store; first class reference. 311 L st. n.w. >\ A 7S I r. 1? I*. I M UU I1-AMR.HHA.A, t'LA< r, A3 houseman and experienced waiter; Pcniuyhanla references; will go away. Box 57, Star office. Je.t-gt* wanted?situation as hot'seman or N'llnian; good city reference. 1726 II st. n.w. Jc. i wanted by young man. position AS assistant bookkeeper; preferably with some constriction company. Address p. w. s., Star office. wanTEI? ? by""yOI'NO MAN. 16 years* Experience In coal busings, position with reliable firm; expert dump clerk. Box 43, Star office. Je2-3t* w anted?by man (30). position AS collector for real estate Ann or Installment bonse; references. B. C. N.. Star office. Jel-3t,eSu* WANTED?ItV YOl\\G SlAN. COLLEGE GRADUate, a position as secretary, atenoyrapber or clerk; in lawyer's office preferred; furnish firstclass reference* as to character an?l ability; state alary. Address Box 7. star office. Jei-3t* " MALE OR FEMALE. WANTFD ? SITUATIONS (SEASHORE; ? FIVE light, cdond waitresses; also chef cook. Address Boa 245. Star office. Jel-3t* WANTED ANY TIMK TOT ARE IN NBBD OFA comnetent stenorranher or Inwkktfeuer apply at STKAyek'S Rt'SINKSS COLLEGE, 11th and F sts. ii.w. 'Phone Main no23-tf ~ FEMALE. ~ wanted -position as companion to invalld or settled lady; travel preferred; good referent*. Mias MARGARET. 1225 Kfh n.e. WANTKI> DRESSMAKING. SEWING TO TAKE home, tailor-made jacket and shirt waist suits. ran 11.14 22d st. n.tr. WANTED^-KORRECT KOBSETS. A 8IIAPE for every figure. Noroo, Grand Dnche*s, American I-ad.v. etc. Fitted by an EXPERT. Mist CLARA II. CUNNINGHAM. Inventor of the Patent "Kant-Pres" Korset Klnsp, 717 11th st. n.tv.. four doors north of Palais Royal.ray24-30t DOMESTIC. WANTKH PLACK BY A HKSPKCTFLL COLORED girl as light h<*weworker. 22T>U 9th sr. n.w. W ANT KlT nY~A < S M J >7t FO GIRL. PLACE GF.Xeral boosewort. Apply 1006 4th sr. n.w. YV A N 1 KI> I *5a I HON ASCOOKOR NLU.SK. 1622 Chnn-h st. n.w. Je3-2t* \V A NT KI? I 'I jA C K AS CIlAMBKIlMAII). NCRSE or licht .hossewort 1127' j New Hampsldre ave.# In the i -nr. \VA\TI I> BT R1SUABLB C(>LOREX> GIRL JUST from Virginia, plaee as general houseworker in small family or assist lu housework. Please call 1JOZ I.IJL *r. W A NTE1 >- BY COLORED GIBL. A SITUATION AS rook; have had experience; ran jfive good reference. ( ill 1447 Corcoran M. n.vr. WANTKI > PAY'S WOHIC OT'T OR WASHING and Ironing a' home. 1120 1 *?th st. n.w. WANTED PLACB I*0 DO GENERAL HOUSEtvork ,r cook's place In private family. 4t>4 N n.w. WANTED POSITN fS AS FIRST-CLASS OOOK. 452 H *t. p.w. WANTED LADY LEA VINO TOWN WOULD PUOcure place for good colored house girl. 1720 22d n.w. WANTKI) 11Y KXTKill FN(LAUNDRESS, washing to take home. Call 412 L st. n.w. WANTED I'LA?*n BY sFFtlH) COLOBED woman to <V> general housework: small family; must stay nights. Call or write 7;i4 4th sr. n.w. WANTED SITl* ATION BY SEVEN* FIRST-CLASS cooks: also mnhls. waitress, general workers. FOOT BR. 924 18th WANTED SITUATION" BY MAN AND WIFE; also many cooks, maids, waitresses. FOSTER, tM l*rh it WANTKD- DAY'S WORK OR BY THE WEEK. 1020 loth st. n.w. WA.vFED - BY CCJLORED GIRL. GENERAL housework or chambermaid. Oall or address 2113 12th st. u.w. WANTED BY A COLORED WOMAN. WASHING to d?> at home. 2120 0th st. n.w. WANTED?BY A NEAT COLORED W< )MA.\\ place to do general housework in small family. Call 2120 9tb st. n.w. WANTKD BY ELIZA WARFI ELD. LA t'NDR Y work to hrlng home. Address 320 V st. n.w. WANTED?PLACK ( H>OK. WASH AND~1155x7" AT one**. 2151 8th st. n.w. WANTED?BY A NEAT GIRL WIIO IS AN Excellent fleams tress; willing to do other work If preferred. Call or address 933 Florida ave. n.w. WANTED BY A TRAINED S WISS M A ID. SITuatloii; five years* reference: other in a Ida; many other experienced helpers, whlre. colored, male, feiuale. LAI)I?8' EXCHANGE. bi)7 Vermont ave. WA NT EI > BY EXI?EK7ENI'E1> LM'NDItFKS, work by mouth, day and take home. LADIES* KX?'II\NOB. 8l?7 Vermont ave. WA NT ED? IT KST-i 'I. \SS \V 1 UTF< 7i M?K. !T?. leave city: also nurses, housemaids and other help. LADIES' EXCHANGE. -S'T Vmnont ave. I n i r.i?- ? inrrvrs *1^. 51t>; housemaids. $r'*ner.! I house workers and other helj?. LAMES' EXCHAN<j?, 807 VermoDt aye. WA NTED WASH ING i?? TAKE H<SfR CALL 1228 Madifton sr. n.w. je3-2t* WANTFU-HV N KYr. UKSI'K" TA I ILK ?'i 7l< TrED woman, i?l;??* - :?s ?haxut trmaid. waitress or cook; willinK and obliging. 1121 19th st. n.w. je3-2t* WANTED BY A EESPEi T \ BLE <5 >LOBED woir.an from Now York. i>la<-e to do general housework or day's work. Ad Iress 1223 26th n.w. \Ta NT VA> BY N EAT colored gibl. place as ??? k. chambermaid op norse. 1830 18th st. WANTED PLACE AS GENERAL HOUSEWORKer in !>riv.ite family. l."?2t>U 11th n.w. WANTED- BY NEAT COLORED GIRL, PLACE to do general housework. 1325 Cedar st. n.w. WANTED I'V A COLORED WOMAN, COOKING 'II tin? : ? \? uru. J.vtl rs PC. want1 !> r.y a colorkd woman. who is n wrll-t rained infant's nurse, a i?laeo to tuk."* entire charge. Address "Nl'IiSK," 485 School nt. s.w. je3-2t WANTED BY RESPECTABLE COLORED OIKU place as nurse, chambermaid or assist in li^hr Uou>*ew<?rk. 1816 lltli sr. j WANTED BY EXPEHIENCED LAUNDRESS, family laundry take home. Call or drop postal. 1144 8th p.w. wan ii:i? ~ iiv roi.ol:kt? woman, day s work out. Address 172-) Sea ton st. n.w. want:j i> -by wV ?~mTn. plaOk as rfi \ mtii rinaid or general housework. Call 4<l> School sr. s.w. WAN111D-BY ?'<7LOKT;I) \\7IMAN. 1>AY WHKK or at uonit*. tan at -I.>2 Ward place. Je3-2t? \V.\M i:i> - - IJV A 11KST-CLASS LAPNIHIKSS. work To take home. Call <?i write 223 i' _. st. a.w. WAN! ! :]? ~ I'.V l llT.vrT-Trx ss I.aim>KI:SS, washing to take h??ine. Mh n.w. | WANTED?BY GIRL. PLACE To DO GENERAL housework in small family, in:; K st. \vaN'i'Ki* i.v < <>i.oir*:i> plain ?*!???k; pmmI refei'fiK'fN; go home nights; good I .iv. 1212 Bank st. n.w. \\\\ltl? I: \ RF.SI'K* i A !?!.! WOMAN*. LI (JUT h??us'-vvork ?>r Htaniherwork. 120S K st. WANTED PLACE FOB GENERAL HOUSEwork' T. also nurso. IH'PoNT AGF.XCY, 173o Oregon ave.; 'phone N. 3418. WANT? BY COLORED GIRL. PLACE AS nurse: n-?od references. 1S61 V st. n.w. wtntfi? in ?< ha h:fit\yc>mtn7~\v<irk for ni'?rnlng. <'ull 191- .".<1 sf. n.w. 1 n l i D?PI %CB as i HAMBERMAID oft nirrse. Address Box 26. Star office. jel-3t* WANTED I'V RESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL, position as parlor maid or chambermaid; best city references. Address Bux lt>, Star office. Jel-at* PERSONAL. i Bata. It. fOr. 21. $1 3>. 1 wk.. t2..r.2. 1 mo.. >T.2? | MEN'S DISt A It I > 111 > TKOIsKKS AND SHOES ; are what we want, and are willing t<> paj toe lull value f<?r them: will call for a single article of men's wear on rei^fpt <?f postal; we -are prompt. J! SHIS OLD STAND. ?!!> D. jc3 tf 5 i am the oni y v. w i mat" pats the highest cash price for ladies* and gentlemen*,? cast off ( 11?111ii!? H. ii<'I.DSTKl N, G?53 D st. n.w. Drop |M sial, nill ? all. apl-DOt IF IOl* ARE IN TBOl BLE OB NEED ADVICE, It, In strict confidence, a reputable attorney and save endless_ worry. expense ami publicity. Address COl'MsW-LOK, I*. 0. Box 251. ntyl'5 :;???M CONS1 LT ME BEFORE YOU SELL. I PAY hi Sliest cash prices /or__ ladies^ and gents* worn ; garment*. > i.wi.D^huu, 02* L> st. n.w. Drop postal; will call inyi'J-liOt I t*KAl>r< 1>e 1K? I 1 V K AtirlNCY, SUITE 22i CoL??K.\l>0 15' ilium;, nth and <}. KXpert Invesligations, any cmitf, all sections; strictly (Oiifiilfii'l?l. l?a\e a H|Hi'Ial a^ciit at Jan. >t??n n exposition. TMmne Main 2o2T>. n? L">-:'.:?t* 1:10 monky run fok desirable fi unT lure, carpets. oltt-e furniture ami household goods of it 1 i kiii'Is; alx? stinks of merchandise. I>. No IKS. G1I5 Louisiana uve. 'I'll one M. apUM>'?t $2 7*i I'KIC GALLON I'HK MODERN IMl'ICt)VED WHISKEY. THE JOHN WEDDERBIRN CO.. np8-!M)t.4 t?ltf F st. n.w. HK5IIKST CASH PRICES I'AII) FOR LADIES' ami Kfiils' worn garments of all kinds; also nhoes. hats. etc. THE HAKOA1N STOKE. 1244> Ttli st. ?< w. Prop postal: uUI call promptly. nihS-JUt TYPEWRITERS. roit s.u.k ikaciically new no, 4 smith l*ri*oilrr; little used: sacrifice. |(10. Box 02. Star <idh-t-. Je3 3t* HAVE A TTPEWIIITER AT HOME. You can rent VISIBLE WELLINGTONS On*- month for only $2.00 Kurh month T bert?n ftcr. only $1.50 (0 mouths* rental nppllei on purchase.) CHICK ONLY *?<>. No better mariilne made at anv price. mj20 tf orritE, 500 11 ik M. n. w. How to Write How to Write a "V) Ad to Get a Stenograf TYT EARLY every Stenograp I m I r T-t i ^ ior a rosmon aoes so Dy Want Ad. But the questii "WHY is it so difficult to get pliers?" The answer is, so few ANSWER Want Ads or apply And so capable workers are beii fused good places. The very things demanded in ; pher are discounted by many in w tion. For instance, neatness, spelling and refined taste all show are chosen largely by these. When you answer a Want Ad CAREFUL. Use a plain sheet from the machine you use and are if convenient, unless advertisemei cifies. Never send out a soiled o posed letter. THINK out ea though it was to become a mo< Write naturally and easy. Sign ) Answer every question asked in t Example of Want Ad for a Stei WANTED ? ASSISTANT STKN younit lady, by a manufacturing cc king-band writer preferred, who will hooks. We have Just moved into o* ing. beautiful surroundings, with li A (mnil iwialtinn irlii^li trill 1 Is offered the young woman who w self. and take an interest in the u for us; salary. $10 to start. Ad< handwriting, stating ape, experienc references, L. <). Star office. Before you begin to answer a ifrom the paper and paste it nea page on which you write your le the position. i WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. Onecpnt a word each time for 15 words 3 t)m?a. WANTED - TO BUY OLD FEATHER BJCDS. When soiling why not drop postal to an old, reliable firm? H. MARKS, 307 7th, opposite Saks', or 'phone Main 1U03. Je3-tf WANTED AT ONCE. BY THE SOUTHERN FKATHKIi CO., 3,000 feather beds. Will pay highest cash prices for name. Send postal to 513 Oth Pt. n.w. Will call at once. je3-3t* WANTED?HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR CAST OFF CLOTHES, LADIES' OR UENTLB MEN S. ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL. 'Phone North 1755. W. RICK, 1332 7th at. u.w. Je2 tf _____ WANTED?IF YOU ARE GIVING CP housekeeping and wish to sell part of 11 of your furniture, send for the man who has reputation of 20 years' fair dealing. MARCUS NOTES. 426 9th n.w.: 'ohone Main 5171. je2-tf,tt WANTED-HOUSEKEEPERS, THIS WEEK OR dlnary windows exoertlj cleaned, 5c. each. Postal. KM.lOTT. 12.10 7th n.w. je2 4t* WANTED?FU LL-SIZB COMBINATION TOOL and billiard table, complete with cues, balls, etc. Name lowest cash price. Box 48, Star office. Je2-3t* WANTED?HIGUESX CASH PRICES PAID FOlt WORN GARMENTS. LADIES'. GENTLEMEN'S & CHILDREN'S SHOES & HATS. ANY AMOUNT. ADDRESS POSTAL. I WILL CALL ANY HOUR. J. TARSHES, 1303 7TU N.W. Phone North 400. Jel-llit* WANTED?CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE, CARpets, office and store fixtures of all kinds. Furniture stored, packed and shipped. Address BAUM, 1*12 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone Main 1254. jel-tf WANTED? HI GUEST ~CASU PRICES PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING. LADIES', GENTS', n/v<-wn . r I vvil t. iU3i. \V A NT i: D?C A S H PAID FOU PAWN TICKETS, diamonds, old gold, silver, platinum, antiques, curios and L:. S. G. dollars, etc.; money to loan on goods of value. LOUIS ABRAHAMS, Bonded Broker, 433 Otli st. n.w. 'Phone M. 1878. myl8-tf WANTKI>-HI<?HEST CASH PRICKS PAID WORN garments, ladles', gentlemen's, children's shoes and hats, any amount. Address postal, I will call. A. KEBESKY, 1300 7tli n.w. 'Phone N. 32C0 II. CHILDREN'S. ADDKKSS runiau x ?? CALL. K. SEL1NGER, 1502 7th n.w. 'I'lione N. 4G30. Jel-iyt* WANTED ? EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY, this month?-50.000 lbs. old feathers; highest cash price. Also furniture, ladies' and gents* clothes. Send i?ostal; will call at once. 213 7th st. u.w. Jel-OOt* VVANTEl>-JAMESTt?W.N EXPOSITION VISITORS ran find comfortable rooms at the Spotswood. *' 1'- "<.ntpu! friitii; 1U1 Wood St., .>UriUiK, ? n. , vcuitn. , n?*ar all car lines; rates, $1. Mrs. JL'DSON, .Miss OG1LV1K. WANTED I PA V THE IlKiMKST CASH PUKES for ladles' awl fronts' cast-off wearing apparel. Drop card to S. LIVINGSTON, 1312 7th st. n.w., or 'phone Main U2<il. niv."Jl-30t* WANTED?ALL KINDS OF SCKAP I HON. COPPKR, LKAD. PKWTEIl, ZINC, ETC.; HIGHEST PRICES PAID roll SAME. DUOP POSTAL. WILL CALL. 515 K ST. N.W. 'PIIONE M. mvlS-40t my8-30t* WANTED? ALL KINDS OF LADIES' AND gents* worn garments, jjweiry, tools, etc. We nay the highest cash prices; drop postal; will call immediately. I. ROSENBERG, 304 4ft et. a.w. my3 Out WANTKD-ALL THE OLD, USELESS GOLD AND silver lying Idle In your possession. Corals, diamonds, cameos. Jewelry and silverware bought. C. F. KARR, Jeweler, 018 13th St., above P. my2 tf WANTED-FtTKNITI)RE FOR CASH?SELL YOUR GOODS TO THE MAX THAT GIVES YOU THE MOST MONEY. IIOI'WOOD, 8TH AND K N.W. ap2U-4St W A N T ED ? VVRIGHT PIANOS AND GOOD squares bought for cash. WORCU'S, 1110 G. aplG-tf WANTKD? : $2.50 per gallon for Modern Improved Whiskey. THE JOHN WEDUKUUUmi ap8-9ot,4 G16 F st. n.w. 'WANTED-M'OT CASH PAID FOR GOOD SECoi<<l-baixi UPRIGHT PIANOS. Call or uddress 12M G st. iuh21-tf W A N T KD-S ECO N D-H A N D FV KNITURE; CONtents of houses, offices especially. Cull for one %vho is kuowu to pay highest prices. COOPER, MILLER & CO., G3l> La. uve. n.w. 'Phone M. 1374. mh21-90t,4 EXPERT JEWELER. ^ MAM'FACTFRKK or ALL KINDS OF JKWELRY. Repairing a specialty. Diamonds set while you wait by skilled workmen; also watch repairing. Wt* buy diamonds, old g?>bl and silver for our own manufacturing. S. KLKINMAN, 721 7tb n.w. a pi 8-yOt .5 LOST AND FOUND.One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 tlm??. LOST ? OLD-FASlllONKD GOLD B< >\V KNOT, with turquoise. Return to 341t? Folsom St., I Cleveland Park, and receive reward. LOST ON \V F.I >NKSI> A V. A GOLD BROOCH, with head stamped in center and a stone setting. Please return, and receive reward, to 1723 Mass. ave. TTTvT-r iv mr.m?<:KTn\VY vF \T? s>ttit v vn \? sts.. ? small, half-grown, unity, yellow ami j white cat; had on a collar to<> large for It anil was seen later without it. The rat is very timid. $1.00 reward if returned to Mrs. M1LLEK, 272:1 1' ?t. n.w. LO>T COIN CASK! AT < 'HASH'S THKATKR Saturday night. containing from $T> to $7. hearing owner's name, "A. G. Sands." Finder will | please return to 112 Gth st. s.e. and receive reward. | LOST?LADY'S SMALL GOLD WATCH. OPEN face, rose design on back, going^from 15th and 11 to nun ami r sis- iw.-wnru ijuvt^iu si. n.w. 'Phone X. MM. Je3-3t* LOST- THllisOAY. 30TH. UKRKN EX AM ELF. D liorscslie l*ln, with pearls: 4-Ieaf clover In center. with small |ie*rl. Liberal reward. 103 The Ix>uma8S, 12th and ij sta. i7>.st7;i>imj fuomsd and u sts. x.k. to North Cujdtol and T ?ta. n.w.. one cold neckla.e. Return to 146 it sf. n.w. Reward. I LOST?STKRLINt* FOI NTAIN PEN. PA. AVE., ' 17th to ISth sts. n.w., May 30. $1 reward. A. V. GJOVANNF.TT1. 814 14th n.w. Je.t-3t* LOST- GOLD-PLATE! > IiORG-NKTTE. JUNE 3. Reward. 2120 tt st. n.w. Je3-eod-3t IJ >ST- (?PAI- St\\ KF PIN. ON 10TH ST. N.W. Finder rewarded returning same to Apartment 54, M st. n.w. LOST KNIGHTS OF COLt MBI S WATCH ?hanu in the southeast. Notify CAPT. MATTHEWS, 5th preeinct. Je2 3t LOST FoX "rKKlTTKRl TAG 34oS RETURN l.v^i m si. n.w. aua receive reward. Je2-3t* l;KO\YN W \TKft SI*AN!KL PVPl'Y?STRAYED from 016 M st. n.w. Finder please return and receive reward. Jel-3t* LOST-MAY 24! GOLD SlMiniST SET IN pearls; dianioud center. Reward if returned to ' ST V st. n.w. Jel-3t I IA ?ST-SILK FOB. GOLD M ON Ola RAM tt. W. D.; ! sch?>ol pin attached. Reward if returned to 714 10th n.w. Jel-3t* LOST?LADY'S GIN METAL WATCH AND 1 tteiir-de-iis pin; mo soiau iinntograptis insidealso date ensra?ed. February 11. laoi. Reward ' If returned lUl'ti III It more st. Jel 3t I-OST LADVS SII.VKR-MOUNTED CMBRKIX'A. in 14th st. car yesterday. Reward at 1458 l olumlila road. Jel-3t I.OST- MAY 30 OR .11. TART OP BATKik: DR?lg:.. two flags marked across staff Washington, D. C. Ueward If left at Star oUlce. Jel-3t* and Answer Classi r BY ant >her iher who applies ANSWERING a x*. O., Star Office Oil is often asked^ Gentlemen: g?od Stenogra- Answering th know HOW to t ?m B rn?n. - y-v - I am & young for a Position. t ., at home. For th iff constantly re- - ^ O. Doe Company , rrr^rs,! Qt^rw^rrr-,- dent- Desire a riting for a Posi- very far from ho good grammar, Can adapt a in a lettef. You though the mach had two years' for a Position be sets of books, ca of paper. Write places I have V, acquainted with, I attend stri, nt Otherwise spe- by neat, accura ir hurriedly com- hava art (ntarriaxi tch sentence as take any dlctatl del for students. Thanking yo our name in rnk. ? he Want Ad. ^ nographer OC.RAPHER. mpany; good assist on the ir new build glit. airy orpermanent, ill apply h<?rork she dors Iress In cwn e and giving ny Want Ad cut tly at the top of ttcr applying for Copyright FOR RENT?ROOMS. One cent a word for IB wortl?. FURNISHED. 718 10TH ST. N.W.?NICKI-Y FURNISHBD ?" '? nnnwaxUnf to A4f? and rPH. taurant! ' ^ ' jc3-2t* LARG~E7 AlIl\\ WEIJ/-F URNISH EI> OORNRR rooms; four windows; shade; lawn; ice water; well-appointed home; small private family; reference*. 11M.U 3d st. n.w. FOR RE NT-LA KG E ~ ROOM. WITH PU1V ATE bath. 1315 K st. n.w. je3-3t* 2443 ONTARIO ROAD. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS ?Nicely furnished room, with private porch; especially desirable for summer; private family; reasonable rent. Je3-2t* C11 Oil'E OF LARGE. WELL KEPT ROOMS; bath; also housekeeping rooms; centrally located; reasonable. 308 12th n.w. TWO CONNECTING ROOMS. COMPLETE FOR l.h.k.; everything new; awnings, screens, gas range. 1713 1st st. n.w. Je2-3t* v'""" ?' l'iM.v...Ttnr. rr/. /i/MTnt O rtf? i>n niii n u.xiniir.u UUUJIS iw wurun un young men; near V. M. C. A. 2032 G at. n.w. Je2-2t 1014 MASS. AVE. N.W.?LARGE, BEAUTIFUL, 2d-floor front rjorn; hot water, telephone and bath. jel-3t* NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS TO LET at summer ratea. 1907 I n.w. Jel-3t NICELY "FURNISHED ROOMS; SOUTHERN Exposure; special attention given to table board; summer rates. * Jel-3t BEAUTIFUL FRONT ROOMS; PRIVATE BATH, telephone aud all convenience; private family. 18TE4 K at. n.w. Jel-3t* LARGE, COOL AND PLEASANT FRONT BOOMS, newly furnished, painted and papered; convenient location. 525 0th at. n.w. Jcl-3t* 2 NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS; SOUTHern exposure. 403 II n.w. jel-3t SECOND-STORY FRONT, WITH COMMUNICATing hall room, suitable for dressing or trunk room; southern exposure; gentlemen only; |10 for l?oth rooms. Call after 4 p.m. 4C1 I* st. n.w. my28-7t* FURNISHED OH UNFURNISHED. CHEERFUL, COOL ROOMS; WILL GIVE BOARD; tine home table; summer rates; excellent location. 1321 Columbia road. je3-3t* UNFURNISHlfD. 822 5TH ST. N.B.?THREE NICE UNFURNISHBD rooms; heat and gas for l.b.k. Je3-3t* 916 S ST. N.W.?FjNTIRE THIRD FIiOOR. TWO larg*. bright rooms and klteheu with gas range; modern bath, with porceinin tub; steam -heat; 'j>hone Main 20G1. OW.NElt, 010 5th si. n.w. je3-tf FOR KKN 1? r IiAT UK TlillKE KUUAJS A.VU bath. 1910 13th st. n.w. Je3-2t* FOR REST?THREE ROOMS IN PRIVATE FAMJly at 311 3d st. n.e., for light housekeeping; convenient to government printing office. Capitol and new denot. je3-3t* irXKl RXISIIKD SECOND-FIX)Oil ROOM. W1TII young couplo; adjoining bath; newly papered and painted; v?ry reasonable; Mount Pleasant. Addrcss Rox ftf>. Star office. 1125 UTH ST. N.W.?3, 4 OK 0 ROOMS, WITII porch, second "floor. Je2-3t* FINE LARGE THIRD-FLOOR FRONT, $5 month; light housekeeping. Cafll after 6, Elllott. 1230 7th n.w. Je2-3f FLAT OF THREE NICE LARGE ROOMS; PORcelain hath and sink; reasonable rent. 1211 F st. n.e. jel-3t* VOR RRVT-TWO LARGE ROOMS. OXR OPKV lng on porch In new detached house; one block I from 14th st. car; near Argyle. 1503 Decatur St., Saul's Addition. jel-3t* LARGE FRONT ROOM IN THE MT. VERXON; elevutor service a~nd all modern Improvements; very reasonable. Apply No. 43. jel-3t* WANTED?ROOMS! One cent a word for 15 words. WANTED- <JO TO DAVISON'S RENTAL REAU, 201 Mnnsey bldg., for first-class tenants; permanent and transient. WANTED?BY SEPTEMBER 1, A SUITE OF four or Ave unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping by a family "of three adults. Send description, location and price. Address Box 09, Star office. Jt?3-7t ROOMSANDBOARD." One centra word for 15 words. NICKLY FIRNISIIKD ROOMS. SINQLE AND double. $20 up. with good table board. SOS 11 111 n.w.' " je3-3t* S.W. CORNER 15TII AND YOU?BEAUTIFUL bay-window rooms; large and cool; well furnished; excellent tattle Itonril; telephone; ref. furnlslied; handsome lawn; owner. Je3-2t DON'T WORRY?GO TO DAVISON'S RENTAL BUREAU. 'Jul Munsey bldg.. for clean rooms and best board. LARGE SECOND AND THIRD KLOOR BAYwlndovf front rnoins; large closet; near batb; with or without board; telephone. 1710 F. Je2 :u PLEASANT 3D-KLOOR ROOM FOR THREE* TEOple, with giMid table board. 1015 L n.w. Jel-3t* 1810 KALORAMA ROAD?LARGE. WELL FUR? -1? L.AOtlnn- ovi'iillonf utnuvu ivimia, ui^u ivtui.vu, *.w-? <- ? , 'phone; near earn. Jel-3t* NICfcLY FURNISHED ROOMS; GOOD BOARD; summer rates; also taMe board. 1017 15th n.w. Jel-Ot* [ 1231 HARVARD ST. N.W., COLUMBIA HEIGHTS; I beautiful corner bouse; southern, eastern and western exposure; large, cool, well-furnished rooms (two In room if desired), with most excel | lent table bonrd; one square from 11th and 14th st. lines; board without room if desired. Jel-3t* THE IROQUOIS, 14IT) M?TWO SUITES OF 3 rooms and bath; also single rooms. my30-6t DESIRABLE ROOM. SOUTH FRONT. SECOND floor, oue door east Iowa Circle. 1215 Rhode Island are. my28-tf THE CUTLER. 1005 13TH ST.?REFURNISHED; new management; all outside room; good table; summer prices. my7-30t FOR RENT?ATTRACTIVE SINGLE OR EN ! suite in Vermont ave. near Thomas Circle: ex celleut board; reference exchanged. Box 170. filar office. ciyll-lm ^WANTED?ROOMS AND BOARDT One cent a word for IS words. WANTED?BY SINGLE UF.NTI.EMAN, ROOM with i>rivate bath on Washington or Columbia _IIeights. Address S. A. I... Star offli'o. Jel-3t?_ FOR BENT?STORES. Fcm KENT?COHSEK STORE ON PENNSYLvanfa ave.; flue location for any bnstnesa. n>j30-C^ CEO. W. LINK1NS. ?00 19th Bt. n.w. FOR RENT?ON O ST. N.W. BETWEEN 13TH and 14tl?; will be Improved; whole building, only $125. JORDAN & BLOOMER, Inc.. 1305 O ?t. n.w. my 14-eod.l5t" FOR RENT?$25 PER MONTH; 1418 12TH ST. n.w.; two rooms .with bath adjoining. M. ADDI^JBON. 808 17th at. n.w. myl-tf WANTED?STOEES. WANTKD-TO RENT STORKS IN GOOD LOCAtloii sullalilo for the famllr Hqnor hualiR-ss. JOHN WEDDERBIUN COMrANY, 616-618 F B.W. av2-B0t ified Want Ads AMPLE OF ANSVER 124 Clybourn Avenue, on tont e above advertisement: lady twenty-three years of age and llv? e last two years have been with the H. as private stenographer to the prealchange mainly because present place Is me. I live In your neighborhood. lyself to any machine in a short time, lne used now is a Remington. Have also clerical work. Including keeping a small n furnish references, including both orked. :tly to business and earnestly try to pleas? te and faithful work. I would like to r, at which time I will be very glad to ion or submit sample of my typewriting, u for your consideration, I am, incerely yours, (Your name here In Ink.) , 1907, by George Matthew Adams COUNTRY BOARD. SEVERAL BOARDERS WANTED; PLEASANT country place: 0 minutes' walk from station. For Birtlculars address Mrs. L. HOLMES, Landorer, d. Jel-3t Sl'MMER BOARDERS WANTED FROM 15TH of June until 1st of October; pleasant country place. 1% miles from station. For particulars addreos Mrs. H. Y. MEEl'ZE, Brlstow, Va. mr30-7t.4 SILOOTT SPRINGS, NEAR BLUE KIIXiE MOUNtalns; excellent table; gm>d shade; 'pbone; abundance fruit tc water; cotnfortalile rm?.; moderate. Mrs. EDWIN 8UUEMAKER, Sllcott Springs, Va. my 25-30t* A FEW DESIRABLE SUMMER BOARDERS wanted by private family; frolt. fresb vegetables, milk, Bprlng and well water; train service convenient; location bigb and bealtby. DICKERSON, Beat Pleasant, Md. my22-30t,4 DELTA FARM?MOUNTAIN SCENERY; BASS fishing; bunting; shade; porches; good water; larcro 1 rv m/i t n torma m/Jori ta \fr? W\f B. RL'CKEIt, 111(1 (ileburg, It. F. D.. Loudoun oo.'. Vs. myl2-*o,13t 14TH ST. AND SPRING BOAD-LAHOB IIOUSB on bill; grounds, trees, tenuis, barn; large and small rooms. mvfl tf LINGANORE HILLS INN. NEAR FREDERICK. Md. (10th year), opens Jane 1; beautiful scenery, walks, drives; excellent table; telephone: rets, exch.; booklet. Ulss E. U. BROWN. Frederick, ltd. my9-30t.4 BOARDING. WANTED ? FEW CHOICE BOARDERS NEAR Dunn-Lorlng. Address S. VAN FIOKLER. Pineburst Farm, Fairfax, Va. R. F. D. No. 2. Je3-6t BEST TABLE BOARD IN WASHINGTON, $3 __vreek or_|12 per montb.__808 11th n.w. Jel-3t* pnu UTTTSTT nrxTf-pc A VAW AWAJA1 Jk VX A XVUWl 4 lines. It, 50c. St. $1.00. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo.. 17 20. FOR RENT?DESK ROOM. WITH STENOGRAplier and 'phone service, on 13th 8t. near F n.w. Address Pox 03, Star office. je3-3t FOR RENT-DESIRABLJS OFFICE ROOMS IN the Warder building. 9th and F sts.; moderate rent. Apply to JANITOR. myll-30t FOR RENT-IN THE MARYLAND BUILDING. 1410 H st. n.w.?ftr.. single or en suite, with large central hall, suitable for law firm; heat, light, janitor and elevator service. WEAVER BROS., 1416 F st. n.w. ap25-t FOR RENT?$14 MO.-NKAT, BRIGHT 2I> FLOOR front room; Colllns-Guerry bldg., 021 13th n.w.; heat, light and janitor service. myl-tf FOR RENTHANDSOME MODERN OFFTCES in the elegant new building of THE NATIONAL METROPOLITAN BANK, 15th. st. near G, opp. U. S. treasu:/. from $16 to $35 monthly. A. F. FOX COMPANY. Agents for Business Prooerty. N.E. COU. 14TH ST. AT NEW YORK AVE. 'Phone or call for plan and rentals. FOR RENT?1300-08 O ST. N.W.; EVERYTHING new and modern; rooms only $20, which includes heat, light and janitor service. JORDAN & BLOOMER, Inc., 1305 O st. n.w. ap6-tf FOR RENT?TWO VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE rooms In The Evening Star Building. Apply at Business Office. mh28-tf FOE RENT?HALLS. ~ FOR 11ENT-THB MOST lSKAI TII TI.I.Y IFPOINTEI; lfALl.S IN TIIK <:ITY TO I.ET FOB Auu oiTvi.Aij i-i nruoRs; LAKUK HANfJE IN BASEJMENT CAN BE USED WUKX BANorETS AIIK SERVED. APPLY yANAGEi;, THE LEWIS llUxi.. 15u2 14TII N.W. 'l'HU.NK NORTH 5102. _fc51tf,0 ~ FOR KENT?STABIES. " FOR REXT-DES1RABLE BRICK STABLE FOR 2 horses, carriage, harness room aud loft; also shed adjoining, with concrete floor; c*>uld lie used as a garage; all at $15 per mouth; la rear 1425 Belmont st. n.w. HE1SKELL & McLERAN. Jel-Ot F ?t. n.w. MONEY WANTED^AND TO LOANT 4 lines. It. r>Dc 31. SI.20. 1 ?k 12 K5 1 iron MONEY TO LOAN* IN SIMS TO SLIT AT CUOrent rates of Interest on real estate In the District of Columbia. FITCI1. FOX & BUOWN, Jel-tf 1400 G ?t. n w. MONEY TO LOAN. We have on hand various amounts from $300 to $10,000; 5% Interest and smallest possible expense: quick replies. my20tf MOO HE & III1.L (Inc.). 1333 O st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT LOWest rates of Interest. Quick answers to all applications. CHA3. S. Mi nt & CO., Inc., myll-30t 1403 New York ave. FUNDS ALWAYS ON HAND TO LOAN ON D. C. real estate In sums $500 to $25.00o. and 8%: no delay, no charge for preparing papers, least expense. COI.LINS-GUEKK1 CO., C?1 13th n.w. ap30-90t MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS FROM KC/. tn ?.m nr> T ? n ... w/? IU v /p wii i' v/. i (ai csiaic. Every consideration shown borrowers. THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY, Phono Main 3802. 007 G st. n.vr. mhl2-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL ES iHit*; lowest interest; reasonjniie charges. prompt attention. (JEO. W. LINKINS. de7-tf ^ hUO 19th *t. n.w. $100,000 TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON REAL estate at 4 and 5 per cent. Answers given same day of application where martins are sufficient. Expenses lowest. BUTLER-TALIAFERRO CO. (Inc.). cor. 9tli ami H sts. n.tv. no21-tf MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF INterest on 1). C. real estate. No unreasonable delay. WALTER H. ACKER. ml)29-tf-5 ua) F n.w. LOANS ON STOCKS. BONDS. LIFE POLICIES, trusts, bldtr. assn. shares, nynrtlcate certfs. and other approved collateral^ 50-.12 Metzerott bldg.. lixu v 8r. riione ok. u. a. kaklu. seU-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of interest. Payment on principal In amounts of $100 or more received at any inerest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. Bond bldg. 1408 New York ave. n.w. no2 tf MONEY TO LOAN AT 4 AND 4% PER CENT In sums of $1.00> to $100,000 on D C. real estate; pay off T> per cent and G per cent loans and begin anew at lowest ratea of interest; all transactions conducted witir economical consideration for borrowers. WM. U. SAUNDERS & CO., Je8-tf-7 1407 P st. n.w. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR LOAN. BUY OR sell on real estate. I can save you time and cash, as I give personal attention to all deals. de? tf.4 J. EAKIN GADSBY. P2G 13th St. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4. 44 and 5 per cent Interest. Special privileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD, 1307 F st. n.w. feBtf.5 " PASTTTEAGE. WANTED-HORSES TO PASTURE, *5 PER ipontb; with grain, $8; horses called for and dellTei'ed; plenty of water and shade and tho best of meadow grass. C. H. PARKER. 435 4^4 st. a.w.; 'phone M. 2328. & H. PARKER. Lay Bill. Md. - my 16-SOt TAILORING. SPECIAL OFFERING IN SUITS TO OUDER-|18 Suit*, $12.75, In all shades, styles and cuts: all I custim work: also full dress suits to hire. I P1MES. 1006 7th b.w. mj23-S0t I APABTMENTS TO LET. * tt??. It. BOc. 8t >1.00. 1 wk.. ?a a3 1 mo . ?T JO. FOR RKXT-10S2 AND .034 6TII ST N K.; > rooms, hath: gas range; nicely papered, rent. $l.t aod $16. Key at grocery, cor. Hth an.l I. ats. n.e. FRANK T. RAWLlN<iS CO. Je2-3t l.Vi5 I'a. ave. n w. FOR RENT-SEVERAL CIIOICK HOCSKKKKP ing and bachelor apartuienta in the "Stanhope." New Jersey or#, and H n.w.; all outside rooms; hot water; heat; Janitor scrvlce. Open for inspection. JOHN SCRIVENER. 319 4V* n.w. Jel 3t FOR SUBLEASE?IN T1IE WYOMING. RE.VCTIful seveu-story fireproof apartment building, on Columbia road and California are., overlooking the city aud tbe I>ean property?Several hsudsome apartments containing 4 and ?> rooms und bath. Apply to superintendent of building or to SWARTZELL. RHEEM 4; 11ENSEY CO.. Jel-eod.tf 016 P n.w. FOR RENT ~ITNFI" RNISHBl>7 '< ROOMS ANI~) batii: southwestern exposure. 4tH The Wood ley, Columbia road and Mintwood place. Jel-lit* TO 8UBLKT ? VNFI?RN1S1IEI> ? APART. 322. the Ontario, June 1 to Sept. 30; one of the moKt desirable Mparts. In city; 0 r. and b., large reception hall, spacious closets, extra storage room; all outside rooms; south, west and north exposal*; leessee has pOTClllagd bo?Cj Wb-lMtM has privilege of renewal of lease Oct. 1. Inquire apartment or 621 Colorado Bldg. Jel-3t* NANTUCKET, 1418 W ST. N.W.? Four and five-room apartments, $35 and $4rt i?er month; all conveniences: all outside rooms; plenty of lawn aud convenient to cars aud markets. Jel-Tt B. F. SAUL 00., Agents, 7th & L sts. FOR RKXT-TO SriU.KT. CHEAP. JULY TO October, delightful apartment, 4 rooms aud balh. No. 303 The Alabama, 11th and X sts. n.w, Jel-3t* FOR RKNT?IIV R. F. SAT L CO.. 7TH & L N.W. The Juniata. 1424 W St. n.w . 4. 6 and t? rooms and batn $28.00. $40.00 and $1* 00 The Nantucket, 141S W" St., 4 and f? n*>ms and bath . .$80.50 and $40.00 The Home, 7th & Mass. ave.. 4r. and b... 3,"?.<H) Tlia T ? .. 1 U 1*1 ink - ? ?- ?-. iw? 1422 <) at. n.w.. lot (nil 2d floor*. 4r. and b. l.l.tK) 1007 7th nw.f.r t>..*.10.00 315 It nw.BV.-r.b. .22 W 1318 111li uw.4r.b..Zr.S0i.'p00 Ha ar n*.4r.b.??.:*> 636 g nw, 5r. b....23.50 14<?> N Cap.4r.3d tl.20.0i> 926 F nw. 2r. 2d fl .25.00 310K1* av nw.lfl.3r.hilt.30 26 T ne, IB. fir, b. .23.00 1015 S ?' av. 2d 11.10.50 2311 17tb nw.5r.b,1(122.50 1800 7th, ^d tt. 5r..H>0) 815 K nw.lfl 5r,b...22.501 Jel-tf FOR RENT?SIX-ROOM APARTMENT, NEWLY remodeled. 180? 9th at. n.w.; $3u.OO. Inquire oa yremlaea between 10 and 11 am. m/l-tt FUR RENT? 712 G at. n.e., 5r. and bath $20.00 1441 Fa. are. s.e., 6r. and bath lS.ou APARTMRNTS (OOI?RED). For Rent?Very atiractlie and well-located: 5 and 6 noma, with bath; strain heat; largo rear yard; back porchea: Janitor serrlces; all convenience*; $23 and $30 per mo. H. T. WIl.DKR. Real Estate, Loan* and Insurance, Jel St 318 Bond bulldlu*. DESIRABLE APARTMENT IN THE CORA, 333 ami N; 3 large rooms and bath; rent only $'-'7.50; steam heat; hot waier. See this. my31-f.s.m-3t ALLAN K. WALKER. 1412 Q. AN ATTRACTIVE FIVE-ROOM AND BATH apartment for sublease In tb? Northampton, 1403 \\ at. u.w a.ui.l.; reduced (or the summer. I,. 9 FRISTOE, 1413 O at. my29 Ct 916 S ST. N.W.?4 LOOMS AND BATH. ~$30; 3 rooms, fl6; unusually large ami well-lighted rooms; Kteam beat; shed (or automobile. Apply to OWNER, CIO 3th st. u.w. 'Phone MalD 20tfi.. my28-tf FOR RENT?AT BOfl H ST. N.E.; TWO NEW flats; six rooms aud bath; hot-water heat. Key* at Q. HARTIG'3, 506 H St. n.e. my 29-7 f THE CECIL, 13TU AND I, ST3. N.W.-LARGE, bright single room and bath: furnished or unfurnished. Apply at THE CECIL. myiM-tf ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS ? A DKSIRABI.B apartment of 3 rooms and bath: hot-water heal; aide lights; all conveniences. Rent, only $33.30. uiy20-tr MOORE A HILL, Inc. 1333 G at. n.w. 242 12TII ST. S.E.-BK. AND B.; CONORETE cellar $22.30 1340 II St. Q.e.; 4r. and b $10.uu aplO-tf J. H. BRADLEY CO.. 14?4 G st. u.w. run UEI> l ? ai'LciAL is?n.>s apartment In the "Albert," 1823 P at. n.w.; centrally located; lvge, bright rooms. INSPECT and tben see me. ALLAN E. WALKER, 1412 G. mylC-tf TI1K lBOgiiOIS, 1410 M ST. N.W. (FIREPROOF bide.) Devlrable S-room apartments; southern exposure; $40 and ISO month. THK GENEVA. 17th and U sts. n.w.. 1 S room apartment, 1st floor. $37.S0 month. THE CALIFORNIA, 18th and V sts. n.w., 1 6room apartment, lat floor, ?10 month. THE ALABAMA. 11th and N sta. n.w. (Firsproof bids-) Desirable 5-room apartments, 940 to SS6. Apply to WILLIAM L. BROWNING. 'Phone M. 01. 416 6th st. a.w. myl 5-30t REDUCED PRICE?WILL SUBLET APARTMENT In the clean, quiet Glendower, 21 Cth st. n.e., near Capitol. See JANITOR. myti-30t FOR RENT?A PARTMENTS? THE FRANKLIN, 1918 14th ?t. n.w.? 5 and (1 rooms and bath $35.00 to $43.00 THE FAIRFAX, 12th and E. Cap. sts.? 4, 5 and 6 rooms...' $32.50 to $40.00 TIIE MOUNT VERNON, bth and N. Y. sve.2 to 5 rooms and bath $20.00 to $37.50 THE AUGUSTA. N. Y. and N. J. avi?s. n.w ? 4 rooms and bath $25.00 and $27.50 THE COLONIAL. 30th and N sts. -n.w.? 5 rooms and bath $28.50 and $31.50 2006 Pa. ave. n.w., 4r. and b., second floor.$80.50 uih22-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1410 F st. n.w. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS IN "EASTHAM." 15th and E. Cap.; 5 rooms aud tiled bath; all outside rooms; $15 to $19.50. PHILLIPS CO., 330 John Marshall place; 'phone 44S7. my9-tf THE WINDSOR, 1425 T ST. N.W? Modern flre-proof building. Sublease apt. 405. 3 rooms and bath. Sublease apt. 301, 4 rooms and bath. oyeciui it'i uis iui ivuuiuut-i ui icustr. VIRGINIA, 2120 G ST. N.W. Sublease apt. 401, 4 rooms and bath. Beautiful apt., southern eiposure. WM. A. EASTEKDAY. Inc., Bond bldg. 718 14th at. n.w. niy2-tf j FLORENCE COURT, CAL. ST. AND PHELPS PL. Sublease buobelor opt.: 2 LARGE und 1 small room and bath; SPECIAL TEUMS: IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. (Apt. 2ul.) Sec Jauitor. apl'J-tf THE CECIL. 15TH AND L STS. N.W.-TWOroom baehflor apartment for rent; south exposure; also three-room housekeeping apartment. Apply ni lue uecn. TUE CLAIBORNE?CENTRALLY LOCATED? S.E. cor. Cth and H st*. n.w. Housekeeping apartments of 5 and 6 rooms; steam heat; Janitor and elevator service. Prices from $25 to $50. Also cafe, barber shop and office rooms for rent In this building. Apply H. O. 11OLTZMAN, 142<l N. Y. avc. mh.i-tf FOR RENT?APARTMENTS OF FIVE A>'D SIX rooms-The "Cameron," cor. Vt. ave. and T n.w., $.?>0; "Stanton," 128 C at. n.e., $J0. Apply to JAI.'ITOR. mhlit tf TIIE SAVOY, 2804 14TH ST. N.W.?THREE AND five rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished; suitable for doctor's office; good cafe in building. H. E. IIALL. Prop. JalO-tf.4 THE BERKSHIRE. 1412 Chapin st. n.w. 2 rooms, bath and cabinet kitchen.$20 and $22.50 6 rooms and bath $-55. $40 and $45 Every modern convenience; elevator; telephone in frtfh snnrtinent. dcS-a.Sii.ni.tf FOR RENT?IN "THE ONONDAGA." 5-ROOMand-bath apartment: a.m.!.; deep front lawn and Drlvato back porch; janitor sorvlee; heat and hot water lnelnded In rent. Apply to GKORGK TRL'ESPF.LL. 22 Wyalt building. ee23-tf APARTMENTS TO IET7 ~ Fl'RMSHED. 5 ROOMS AN1> BATH. COMFORTABLY AND elegantly furnished, until October 1 for nominal rent, $40.50. 'I'bone N. 47Si). Je2-tf NEAR CONNECTICUT A*E. ? COMPLETELY furnished ft-room and bath apartment for less tlfan owner pays for apartment unfurnished. Address Box 272, Star olilee. je2-.'U* TO St BLET, FURNISHED? THE ONTARIO, apartment 417; two rooms, kitehen and bath; t 1 ip.in nmniliu- t'tit f<\r coauitn 1..<? ?* FURNISHED APARTMENT IN THE LOUISIANA. 18th st.; southern exposure; large porch; rent very low for summer. Apply Apartment 3. Jel-3i FOR RENT?FURNISHED APARTMENT, TWO rooms an?i bath, for (27.Sk) per moprb, from June to October. No. 214, The Bushington. Vermont are*- jel-3t* FOR RENT?FURNISHED; $30; 4 ROOM APARTluent; soutliern exposure; in the Hampton 1740 18th n.w. O. H. BILLINGSLEY. G15 14tb st. m j 29-301 STORAGE." 4 lines. It. COc. 3t. $1.20. 1 wk.. *2.52. I mo.. 17.20. CENTRAL STORAGE ROOMS. 1409 II ST. N.W. Rest lighted ami ventilated rooms in the city. 114 RR(?W\ Xr TOISOV Pr.i.o Je3-tf 75C A LOAD PKR MONTH. STORE YOUR FURnlture at BAUM'S, 912 Penn. ave. n.w. Hauling. parking and shipping a specially. Estimates cheerfully given. ap27-tf STOKE YOUR FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC.. AT WKSCHLER'S, 92<> Pa. ave. n.w.; reasonable rates; also goods sold by auction every Saturday, 10 a.m. Telephone M. 1282. ap3-?IOt-4 LITTLEFIBLD. ALVf RI> & CO., COU)RADO BLDG. PRIVATE LOCKED APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES. Estimates furnished. Low Insurance rates. Reduced rates for hauling to our wtwhonf* Bhl4-80t 1(H) SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGE by the load, packing, hauling and shipping; see us before storing. THOS. DOWLING & CO., Auctioneers, t>12 E st. n.w. 'Phone Main 515. _del2 tf DOGSTPETS, ETC. One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 tlmM. JUST RKCEIVED?TWO MEXICAN CHIHUAHUA and black and white Pomeranian dogs. SCUM ID'S BIRD STORK. 712 12th at. n.w. my22-tf TRY LEK'8 BIRD STORK. 1801 8TH N.W.Canarles, parrots, monkeys, bullfinches. BraxlUan cardinals, dogs, goldfish, pigeons, rabbits, guinea Pigs, goats, carts, harness. mjT-tf.4 14TH STREET IIOSPITA' FOR ANIMALS, 2lia 14th St. n.vr., 'phone N. 1003. Complete facilities for treating sick animals; separate wards; warm quarters, with exercise yards; alwars open; <1a? namotor* Qi'M- tf 4 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. On* cfrnt ? word ttnf for 15 iron]* S timet. a \?'i \.f man Vn.moi t.'iiiA mhm'i hiiftinew would like lo IhVouh* fin*n< jitlly *?I rooUH with * p?m! rflliblv firm ?1w *o?*k* IncniM of ripltai; hljru*"?< n,f?,iiHi',e (iirnlxliivl an?l required. A<lilre*s llo? 58, Star ofllce. > 3-31 rwu ^.\i,r/~ni uw>kh. i?n Arcorvr OP II.i hotltb, my well-i>aylng grocery ami market, ItrU-f, will invoice; ibcup r*'ut. .?ddiv?a x :<?>, s:ar office. Ja8 :tt LKA8R <*\ PROMINENT P 81 CORNI R. HI ITable for real rotate, drug or rigar Ituiinm. f<?r Mif- Addre? Box 4?*?. 8tif *?rt? e |tl4t* HAND80MKL1 KTRNlftHRD ROOMING Ilo SI ?location unaurpati*ed. cheap rent; making monov; HacrlfU e, $H00, If nol?l lx>fore the -~?t _ NKW YOKK III SINKSS HKOKKRS.rtll P. Je2 at FOR SA1.K \ FIRST CLASS UROTKRY WO market aupply atore In one of the tin eat auburhan to^na ndjicent t * Washington; 2,Om> population ami only 3 atore* in the place; an opportunity seldom offeree!, ami only offered bcrmiae other business require* the undivided attention of the present owner, ami right Nt the aoaaon now wh-n th?* store Its largest buMneaa; no better place in the I'ntted Statea for a atrlctly un-toj date cash atore to make a succeaa. Write VN . A. HK'MJKS. ilvii? tsvlile Mil with lli'imint Slrt?? * Oo. of N." Y. J. 1 ' I CLIENT II AS~A\ TUOR1ZED I S W> RXCI1AN his equity In ti rooms ami batU prrsHinl brick house. In perfect condition, for a giH>?l paying business, prefer dry giMMl*. grocer) or cigar store. .NKW YORK BISINF.SS HHdKKB.H, en f. Jfi-s,a,ti4t SALOON DAILY KBCRIPTH! CKNTKR OF j business Ration, very cheap rent; g<*Hi lease; on account ill health, offer uantvd. NKW YORK Itl'SIM'SS HROk Kits, 611 K. jel s,tn.tu 3t 0?NTK< TIONKKY, GROCERY. ftAKKRY AM' cigar store- owner has inailc enough to retire in eight years; five-year lease, living rooms, l'riee. fcl.OOO. See it st once. NKW YORK lU'SlNI'SS nikjkkks. till r. Jeln.iu.tu3t GftNEBAL MRRCHANDlSi BTORK CIA)8i TO city; real, $2S; llvlflf rooms; owner going irmt; $750 or Inventory. NKW YOKK lilSlNKSS krokkrs. r.n i . j? i s.m.t-j it GROCERY I?AII.Y SAI.ES, $*?; RKvF ONLY $26; will Inventory price Hsktd $1,000. NKW YORK 1ICS1NKSS BUoKKRS. 611 F. Jet-i.uitirt FOB 8ALft-TH'SNTr SH IRIS OF CITIZKN8' Saving* Hank aro<'k at $1- l>cr share. Addreao Boi 219. Star offlce. Jel-St* COllNK H <; ROC KK Y ANDPROVISION ST* >RB; line location; milking money. Tbia la a good oue. Owner having city. Barber shop; clearing $30 weekly; well eat tin 4 llabed trade. Act quick. Milk and datrr business; two well established routes. A g?nni business. TAYLORS EXCHANGE. Saloon on the are.; a money-maker; can arrauyo terms. luveailgatt* this. Wholesale liquor store; food location and nice class of trade. Beat dairy lunch In tbo city; clearlug over $1<) dally; guarantee. Furnished rooming houae; fine location; cheap for quick sale. Candy kitchen. Ice cream and confectionery. Here la a rare opportunity. A fine business; well located and established; making MOB ey; same owner eight |ttd Inreatlgate this If you are looking for clean, paying busluess. TAYLOR'9 BUSINESS KXCHANGK, 1133 F n w. Jel-3t CENTRALLY L<H\\TKJ>, OPPOSITE PARK. in?m? v making rimming and boarding house: low I'-tn, un umuiu IITIIIK , VUHIKT seldom offered. Address Box 31, Star office. jel-3t* WANTED-COMPETENT OFFICE MAN TO ACT as secretary and tmMltr ft>r OUtUOfAtftot; Mlt take $1.50) or $2.?H>0 of stock; business e*ti?!iUsbed; good salary. Address Box 35, Star office. Jel-3t* GOOD, SAFK, PROFITABLE COAL BUSINESS and property, or separate- good sto-'k; largi trade; central location. 2tttn and M sts. Jel 3t* i>. CONNOR. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL EST AT K ?A large retail business; best section of 71li at. n.w. between F and l*a. are.; Invoice at $l.r?,0*sj; will sell for $12.<H)0. as owner has other busluvus that requires his time; an opportunity s??M? tu offered to obtain a tine business and location. GEO. A. MYERS. 7(>4 8th st n.w. Jei-tf WILL TRADE A FIRST-CLASS ELECTRIC Rl Nabout for an equity In a city lot and pay soma cash, or will trade name for a good borne ami trap. Addreas AUTOMOBILE, Star office. Jel 3t A FINE CORNER STORK FOR RKNT ON l'KNN sylvania ave.; has t>een occupied for grocery business for t?0 years; good opi>orttiuity for a llvu u.an. GEO. W. LINKINS, hOO 1 Sitli at. n.w. my:iO Ot HOTEL FOR SALE-BURN A VISTA STATION; 82 rooms: fully furnished; license can be obtained; fronts on lake; price, Sti.&OO; terms arranged. I>. C. REALTY BROKERS, 617 14th at. m.v29-tf S2M PER GALLON FOR MODERN IMPROVED WIIISKKY. THE JOHN WKDDERBL'RN CO.. apS-OOt.4 016 V it. n.w. HORSES AND VEHICLES. One cent a word each time for IS words 3 tlmM. * MKIUIMSIZKI) I'ANEI. TOI', [T.ATFuRM4*EMM delivery wagons; Keystone make; good repair; $30.00. liTSl 4 Bright wood ave. je:< 'M FOR SALE-ONE GOOD RI*BBER-TIKE R INoiiAnt "otvIi- iminiixl tirt tn n inili'k hiiror. S. D. WATERS i SON. 310 Pa. ave! n.w. Je.1 It FOR SALE THREE GOOD DRIVING HOUSES; will sell cheap. S. D. WATERS & SON, 340 Ph. aye, n.w. Jg?-8t FOR SALE ? Jl'MP-SEAT SFRREY; uT MiER tires; Dearly new; will sell for $85 to a quick buyer. S. D. WATERS & SON, D10 L'a. ave. n.w. Je3.1t FOR SALE?GOOD DRIVING HORSE; CIlKAi'. 728 E. Capitol st. JeMt* for sale -one gentleman's road iT<?ItsTT 6 years old. Apply to L. D. JO NEK. Brightwuod, D. C. 'Phone Takoma 1.10. Je8-3t* for 8alb-mdt leaving town wishes to ?ell fine driving horse. buggy ami harness; bargaln; city broke. 1724 G D.w. J? 3 3t FOR 8ALE-ONE BAY COB. 7 YEARS OLl?". eound, gentle, fearless; suitable for lady or any 4 one wanting a Qttlet bone; st vllsb. A<i Ire? "BARGAIN," Star office. Jel-.'lt F<)R SALE?BEAUTIFl'L COAL IJLACK SADDLE horse; sound and fearless; six years old. Can be seen at (iUit 14tli st. n.e. Jol-7t* FOR SALE?A PAIR OF BEACTIFI L MATTHED sorrels; riding and driving mares; highly bred, cltv broke; good f??r show ring. Inquire L>OWNf.y's sta1u.es. 1u2q-2h l *t. n.w. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED WITH SECOND IIANO V. I.. 1 ..J . n-A nrlll /-.fpa f (hft tXitlru l,if M t nrll'M wlilcli should move them quickly. 10 Sl'KKKYS. FROM $15.00 TO $.V. 00. 10 BCGGIE8. FROM $10.<?0 TO $.:.Y00. 10 WAGONS, FROM $10.00 TO $40.00. Also several day too wagons ai:d a lot of slight' ly used ha mess. S. D. WATERS & SON. .'110 I*a. ave. n.w. mylStfd FOR SALE?IIAVE OX HAND ALL TIMES 25 head of horses consisting of workers, drivers and horses suitable for all purposes; city brok?*n; also a few horses for country use; little sore In feet. RICHBKRG'S STABLES, 1215 Ohio art. n w. 'Phone Main GO4. iu> 13 001 U. H. BABCOCK CO., IUILDERS OK FINK carriages; 500 finished vehicles iir stock; catalogue sent on application. Cor. Fayette an 1 lUnnvpr sis.. Uultlujorc, Md. l\ K. SAN I ?.S, Mgr. myS 301 FOR SALE?75 HOUSES. TO BUT ALL PURposes; 10 ?11rt teams; also drummers' teams; all at reasonable rates. GEO. HYMAN, I5u3 illl Gtli st. u w. upO '.*n PROBEY CARRIAGE CO. We are cow showing all the new styles In SI RREYS. TRAPS. PONY WAGONS, Ill V AHOI TS. STANHOPES. DEPOT WAGONS and BIGGIES. More vehicle* to be seen here than all Washing ton combined. Umbrella tops for runabouts, $0. PROBEY CARRIAGE CO., ap27-tf 11?no 31M *t. n.w. COGSWELL'S IS THE PLACE TO BUY NEW and secoud-hand traps. Hiirreys, busies, runal>out, dayton and delivery wagons; up; harness, $3 up; large assortment. 200 11th ?t. n.w. Tel. 1477. ap3 tf GOODYEAR "WING" RUBBER TIRES FOR CARrlages save money; especially durable and resll lent. The "Wing" idea is patented. Booklet explains telephone, mail or call for It. Washington ag*nt*. THK M. LIND.SAY RUBBER MKO. CO.. 807 Penna. are. n.w. _ nodf.m.w.if FOR EXCHANGE. lir.A?. 1t. 50c. 3t. $1.(0. 1 wk.. $2.33. 1 mo %7 20. FOR KXCIIAXUK- At'RBAGK * , IHSTIth'T. ' near principal highway and proposed electric line; prospective value great; present valu* conservative; will exchange for Income property or favorable Item: will deal with owner only. Address "OPPORTUNITY K." Star offl.e FOR EXCHANGE SOUTHEAST 4 LOTS. 15 PI FRONT ON 1ST ST.. XEAIt NKW CONGRESSIONAL BUILDING; TRADE CLEAR AT I FAIR riUCE FOB EQUITY IN ONE OR TWO HOUSES. MOORE Si II1LL, INC.. 1333 G ST. N.W. Jel-s.m.f FOR EXCHANGE?VERY ATTRACTIVE COI N try home; 3 iuil??a from the oiiv; 8-room liouae, barn, etc.; 2^ acres, lar^e simile tree*, gunltMi and orchard; $4..r?<x); will exchange for small Improved eitv property. J. C. KENNEDY CAMPBELL, 1413 G at. n.w. M-3t FOR EXCHANGE-TWO LOTS, 25 ltY I7U FEET each, near 1 i?tIt st. exteuded. Will exchange f?>r *" Income-bearing property. % Addresa Box i!74. Star ottl.-p. my3l-3t.oSu BUSINESS PROPERTY. i lloM. It. 8"e. at. SI 00. 1 wk.. 52.33. I mo.. $7 20 ' FOR SAI.E. FOR SALE? 1410-1412 O St. n.w. 52.3lll3.Sfi ft.: 5.021 ?q. ft. SIDE AND REAR AI.I.EY. HKXRV WELLS. AGENT. Ji-I 3t WE HAVE ON OCR LIST FOIl SALE SEVERAL very cbolc* business properties it speculated prices CALL TOR PARTICfLARS. mj2u If MOORE lg HII.L (Inc.). 1838 O st. nw.