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LE;AVE "WANT ADS" AT
STAR BRANCH OFFICES. V
Tf not convenient to call at Th*
Star offlc*. 11th street and Penn
?yjvapla avcpue. leave your adver
tisements at any of the following
Branch Offices:
Want Ads, 1 Cent a Word.
f NORTHWEST BRANCHES:
rentier's Drti? Store. 11th and T' sts.
Rpply's Pro* Store. 14th and Welling pi.
Lnnton** Drttr Store. Vermont ave. and S ?t.
Klnr's Drug Store. l."th tn<1 I sts.
TTol'telaw's Newsstand. 170." P* ave.
n^rbsCs Drug St?re. 2'th end Pa. a?e.
CrJswell'9 Drug Store. 7th ami T sts.
fv Kann. Sons A Co.. Information Bureau.
Woodward A Lothrop. Snncrintendent's desk.
Coidprbonr'n Bureau of Information.
"Hte Tltttrhlns Kenncr Drug Co.. 17th and One.
Bytler A Ffe.'d. Druggists. 3d and Ind'ana ave.
T^nl? R Ca?tell. Pharmacist. 3100 11th St.
Piipont Pharmacy. ?f?th and P sts.
Thos. A. Pohyns. loth and Columbia rd. i
Roland Ws!l*ce. Newsstand and Stationery \
Store. &50 0th at. n.w.
GEORGETOWN:'
o Oonnell's Drag Store, 22d nrd M at*.
o*ponneirs Drue Store. 32d and O sts.
Pr!3?Cs Pharrjacy, 2Mb and P sts.
NORTHEAST:
K^-nealr's Pharmacy, X Ctipitol and 1 sts.
Lanhain's Pharmacy. 11th and K. Capitol sts.
Mooradfan's Pharmacv. 13th and 1- ats. n.e.
Butler's Pharmacy, 4th and Stanton pi. n.e.
SOUTHEAST:
Rrsjlley's Drug Store. 8th ami I" sts. s.e.
O'Donaell's l?rug Store. 3d and Pa. are. s.e.
i SOUTHWEST:
Sullivan's Priiff Store 7th and P sts. s.w.
Charles S. Walter. ftOl 4Vj ?t. s.w.
?' ANACOSTIA:
C. G^Lohr. 25 Monroe st. I
ALEXANDRIA:
A. S. Doniphan. 727 King af.
TENLEYTOWN. D. C.:
Reorce P. l'arton. Druggist. Wisconsin nv*.
i WANTEP?AGENTS.
W A NTED- OM.V~A QI.VRTEU. WORTH A
dollar: "l.aw of Financial Success;" a remark
Hide l>ook. well written. fcbls and to the point.
P. C. SYSTKM. 12 Daniels si.. Pawtnckcl. ILL
~~ WANTED?HELP.'
One cent a word for 15 word*.
~~ MAliE.
WANTED?A cIlEF. 1WHITK OR col oRED.
with wife and winie capital, to lease dining
room and kitchen in first-class established '
boarding house: central location. Address lin- j
mediately Box 32. Star office. >S)-3t*
WANTED -IN PATENT ATTORNEYS OFFH'E. !
specification writer with knowledge of the fun- j
'?atiieutali> of the pre|>aration and prosecution j
<>f patent applications. State age. experience i
and salary expected. Address Box Star i
office. _ j?a0-:it
WANTED- ( ABlNET MAKER: JORWOTtK. !
VAWJIAN A ERBK MEG. CO.. fill 12th n.w. I
WANTED--Br!?'KI.AYER AT~ ONCE; FAST j
and good; non union. 'Phone 'l'ak. 2.VU after i
?> p.nfc
W ANTED?SETTLED MAN. AGED AND IN j
need pf home: must he holiest and sober. Ad
dress Box +T?. Star offlee. Ja2f>-"t*
WANTED-Y'Ol'NG . AN IN ATTORNEY'S OF
fice: Jt; to start. Address X Y" Star office.
WAN TED A NEAT WIIITK BOY TO KIN ER
rand* and deliver package*;. THOMPSON'S
DRUG STORE. 703 I.'.th sL Ja2Q 2t*
WANTED- YOL XG MAX AS STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter in attorney's office; ealary at
start. $3o per month. Address, in own hand
writing. Box 48. Siar office. J:i20-2t *
WANTED -BDY Flt(>M If. Tt? IS YEARS OLD;
r.nist ride >rheel: reference reijuireil. Apply
S::{0 to fl a.tu. at 01S 12?h n.w.. 2d floor.
ja1!?-::t* '
WANTED?SKILI.E!> MEt HANK IX?R MODEL,
work. Apply: 14^S Columbia road. jal9-3t*
WANTEI??STRONti WHITE B'?YS, TO IS
years of age', for shop work. 121S i; pt. n.w.,
2d flo->i . ' jalH-3t
WANTED?.V YOl'Nt; MAN TO MAKE PRE
llnitnasy exkmlnatlons. H. B. WILLSON k. CO.,
7ir> 8th st .?n.w. ;'al8-3t*
WANTED?A SPECIFICATION WRITER AND
amender, who is a graduate of law and who
has had some e*|>erirnci- In interference and
?ourt practice. Address E. T. FENWICK.
city, stating ape. e*i?erieiiee and salary ex
pected. JalS-3t
WANTED - A liOOP. INDl STRIOI'>?. ENER
?Vf:TIC YOUNG MAN WHO IS NOT At RAID
OF WORK FOR SPECIAL OUTSIDE POSI
TION: SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES: WANT
TO TRAIN FOR PERMANENT POSITION.
STATE 'WHERE EMPLOYED AND GIVE
REFERENCES BOX IS?. STAR OFFICE.
jS-ui.tu.th.sa-St
[NTED - MEN OF GOOP JUDGMENT TO
fnsr their Honors at barpairs; best values,
l??'*t money. THE JOHN WEDDERBURX CO.,
H16-|S F st. n.w. de3-tf
Wanted?i made *oo."oo in fiv years
In the mail order bualneas; began with $5;
any one can do the work. Send for free book
let; tells how to pet started. MANAGER. Boi
570. Lockport. N. T. oc'28-tf
HALE OX FEKALZ.
WANTED? LADIES OR GENTLEMEN CAN
earn extra money without interfering with
i their regular work by assist ing Jn the sale of
choice northwest real estate, sold on easy terms.
Address Box 34. 1324 Monroe st. n.w. Ja11M.it
W A N TED ? AMBITIOUS DEPARTMENT
clerks <le?lrinB to Increase their effl.-Iejcy and
opitortnnitle* for promotion may learn how
by addressing Box 277. Star offl.-e. jalS-3t*
FEMALE. ~ ~
WANTED?YOUNG LADY FOR CASHIER AND |
clerical work: references. Apply S2?; 12th st.
W A NTED?FOR MILLINERY. OtxTl) IR1M
mer. makers and apprentices: pay while learn
'ng. Apply ^27 14th st. n.w.
W A NTED? Y <?UNO LADY FOR LA UN DRY OF
flce; must lie g<j?*l |>enman. quick at figures
and of pleasing address. Apply Box 30. Star
officf. J.-i 20-3t
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED WOMSN FOR
pressing lady's garments; steady work; high
wages. THE FRENCH DRYING-CLEANING
CO.. 71S 13th st. n.w
WANTED?EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE DIP
ners or two young girls of in to learn the
business. CASSIDY'S, 1<K>7 G n.w.
WANTED - A RELIABLE' MIDDLE-AGED |
white woman as resident nurse In the Wom
en's Baptist Home. Apply to Mrs. W. II.
HOEKE, 338 C st. n.r... lietween hours of 8 1
and 10 a.iu. or (i to 7 p.m. References re- ]
quired. Ja2t?-;;t
WANTED TWO s"aLESI. AI >1ES IN oi R POST- ]
card department; '-nnist have experience;" $5 j
per week. AFFLECK'S DRUG STORE. 1
Ja20 3t
WAXTFD-A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
woman. con?|>etent t" assume charg?. of jewel
ry and 1-athcr goo<is department: must have j
n.mp)ete knowledge of this line. Apply at
noi'*1, GOLDENBERG S. 7th and K sts.
Ja20-:<t ?
WANTED?YOUN<5 LADY WHO HAS HAD F.X
oerience in stationery store, as clerk: only
those with experience need answer. 1320 G
st n.w.
WANTED-WOMEN OF GOOD JUDGMENT TO
bur their liquor* at barg.-iins: best values,
least m.ioev. THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO..
?1? 18 F st. n.w. de3-tf
DOJagno
wanted a woman FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must live near; reference required. Ap
to the Woedlev. ant. H0.1.
Wa.NiEU?a FOREIGN BORN YOUNG Wu.M
an. who has had exrw r'.ence as children nurse.
Mrs. I?. A. EDWARDS. 10OH Mass. nvc. n.e.
WAN TED-WHITE MAI D. $25: NUrTe, $2:
waitre??. *2.">: <-ooks. butlers and other helo.
LADIES' EXCHANGE. ???7 Verin.mt .iv<?.
WANTED -COLORED WAITRESS. *IH; ilol SE
maid. $1?>: cooks. $2.">. $20: houseman, S2.V
laendrfsses. general honseworkers and other
help. LADIES' EXCHANGE. N?>7 Ver:imnt ave
WANTEI ??4SIR L FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: family four; gtsxl wages. 131 S st. n.w.
"wanted at 7,nce: nur^TTf<7r two" lit"
tie girls. Apply 174<> It st.
WANTED--GIRL FOR GENERAL llOLSE
wH-k. 2020 ISth st. n w.
W A NTED?WOM AN TO C?m">k! vVA^il AND
Iron; also a young girl io do chiLilirrwork
In prltate family. 1X17 ^2i| ^t. n.w. Jal>) 2t
wanted" T'oi.ored girl to < ihikT
wash anil ir??n fur a sntall family: to go home
nlrhts. Apply 1 "'O 17th st. n.w.
WAN I ED YoT Nti COLORED CIRL~FoR t.EN
en.l housework. Apply Apbrtment 41. The
Cumberland.
wTnTED GENERAL Hoi'SKWORKER. SM ALL
family: $12 i?fr month; references. 1202 Q n.w.
t*2Q-2t
WANPED-COOK. ?2:. AND NURSE. ?1d. IMR
Brooklyn. N. Y.; white girl, general work, j
Vuthem California; ?>ther cooks, nurse, general
workers. "EUREKA." 1011 N. Y. ave.
WANTED WOMAN. FOR GENERAL HOCSE
*ork. Call 1731 20th. Apt. 4. Ja2ti-3t
WANTED?RELIABLE W:1UTE WOMAN Folt
upstairs work uud aaalat with child. Apply
liefure 1 p.m. 1710 Itith.
W A N TETV? WOM AN FOR GENERA?, ID ?USE
work: brlug reference. 1530 You st. n.w.
Jaa>-3t
WANTED REFINED AND THOROUGHLY
(rained north German Protestant tmrserj gov
erviess and seamstress for one child. Address
Box 30. Star office. Ja20-4t*
WANTED- WOMAN FOR GENERAL IHH'SE
?vork: 2 In family. Call from 1 to 7 p.m. 3118
l.-.th n.w. Ja30 4t?
WANTED WOMAN AS CHAMBERMAID AND
nakress: furnish city references; stay nights.
1744 S st. n.w. .
WANTED?COLORED ?;IRL TO STAY AT
night: cook, nash and iron for family of 3;
$14 ner mooth. Apply liefore 11 a.m. Sunday
and Monday. 1751 P St. j."1S-3t
WANTED?COMPETENT WOMAN TO COOK,
wash and Iron: family of two. Apply 1332
3lst between ? and X. Jsl.s 2t.eSu
WANTED?GIRL COB GENERAL HOUSEWORK
Mull family. 1511 Yirojout ave. jal8-3i*
WANTED?HELP.
niUU?DOMESTIC.
WANTED COOK AM) LAUNDRESS IN FAM
ily of three; go home niftbts. Apply 1415
Harvard ?t. Jal8-3t*
WANTED ? COMPETENT COOK; GOOD
wage*; slay nights. 2005 Kalorama road.
JalS-St
WANTED?COMPETENT GIRT. FOR WORK
In a private sanitarium: hours 10 lo 4:
preferred. 2<<0X Kalorama road. Jal8-3t
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
One rent a word for IS words.
_ Mm.
BELL BOY--wanted. a place to tend
furnace, or bell boy iu hotel. Address 438 Wash
I net on st.
< ?m>K U ANTEK, BY COLORED MAN. PLACE
as assistant C'K>k. hotel. <-aff, lunch room or
lw>arding bouse. Write IfcoS T s'.
DRIVER - WORK AROUND STORE: DRIVE
delivery wagon. Call 121K T at. n.w.
elevator boy?place by RELIABLE BOY
or any inside work: age 21. 1729 I I'll n.w.
Ja20-2t* *
FIRST-CLASS JUNIOR l?Rl G CLERK WISHES
a position; good prescriptionlst; references. Box
2?8. Star office. jal8-3t*
Hol'SEM A N W A NTE1 ?. BY COLORED MAN.
work around house, bar or store. 1836 L St.
n.w.
PORTER WAMT.li. BY COLORED B< ?Y.
place us porter; pood reference; aged 17. 470
Ridge ?t. n.w.
TEA CI IKR - AM COLLEGE GRADUATE*,
r.itli ten years' experience in teaching, wishes
private pupils in I.atin. Creek. English or
mathematics. Address Box "67, Star office,
jal7-5t*
WANTED?BY A YOUNG COHERED MAN. A
place to operate ami care for gasoline auto and
w< ri? around house; reference. 1535 14th n.w.
Ja20-2t
DOMESTIC. "
MALE OR FEMALE.
ANY TIME YOL" ARE IN NEED OF A COM
petent stenograpNer or boofceeper app'y ?t
STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 11th and
F sts. n.w. "Phone Main 3430. no23-tf
COOK-GOOD PLACE FOR MAN AND WIFE:
private family; cook and waitress. Address
1128 19th n.w. ,iplJ?-2t*
FEMALE.
CLEAN INC BY GERMAN WOMAN. FLAT OR
<>ffic??. 2118 C st. n.w.. flat 8. ja20-3t*
CLEAN INC -WillTE WOMAN WOULD LIKE
a flat or a few rooms to clean in the morning.
Address 407 22d st. n.w.
CLEANING?WHITE WOMAN WOULD LIKE
to have isn office to clean in the evening. Ad
dress 4?>7 22(1 st. n.w.
DRESSMAK KR WOULD LIKE SEWING IN
families: references. E. N. P.. Star office. ?
ENGLISH WOMAN OF REFINEMENT DESIRED
situation as housekeeper. Address Box 273,
Star office. ja18-3t*
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY BY EXPERT MIL
lifters: extremely low prices; made, trimmed
and remodeled: evening and fur hats specialty.
FOERTS*'HE'S, til3 12th n.w. JalO-Ot*
SEAMSTRESS WISHES SEWING AT HOME;
skirts and shirt waist suits, children's gar
ments. Mrs. BELLE. 722 20th st. n.w.
Ia20-2t*
SEWING?TO DO AT HOME; PERFECT FIT
and work guaranteed: tailored skirts a spe
cialty. Address Box 43. Star office. ja20-3t*
SEWING?BY COLORED GIRL IN FAMILY,
or with dressmaker. 2112 M st. n.w. Jal9-2t
TYPEWRITER WANTS PLAIN COPYING TO
do at home; regular work. Address G. D. D.,
Star office. Jal8-3t?
VISITING Go V F RN ESS ? REFINED WHITE
woman will glveS-hlidren mother's care when
absent. 20<U F st. n.w. jal8-3t*
WANTED?BY EXPERIENCE!* SEAM STRESS^
sewing at home: lingerie waists and children's
clothing a specialty. Address Box 270, Star
office.
DOMESTIC.
ALL CAPACITIES HELP SUPPLIED?COOKS,
kitchenmaids. laundresses, waitresses. parlor
maids. nurses, chamljermalds. ladles' maids,
butlers, housemen. LADIES' EXCHANGE. 807
Vermont ave. Jal$>-2t*
BY FIRST-CLASS COOK?PLACE TO STAY AT
night. ANNIE HAWKINS, 1227 Alton St. n.c.
Jal9-2t
CHAMBERMAID OR NURSE?BY COLORED
girl. 1015 31st St.
cil AMBERWORK OR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
in small family, by a colored girl. Call 1020
1?tli st. n.w. Ja30-2l*
CHAMBERMAID. NURSE ,OR PLACE FOR
general work In small families, by two respect
able colored girls; plain cooking; references.
1024 10th n.w. '
COOK?WANTED. PLACE AS FIRST CLASS
c?iok: no washing. Call at 2131 Ward place.
ja2t^2tJ
COOK?WANTED. BY 7 GOOD <'OOK. CHAM
Ixrniaid and house worker. RIGGS EXCHANGE,
1407 P st. n.w.
COOK?WANTET>. BY THOROUGHLY COMPE
tent white woman, situation as first-class cook,
where care ami economy is required; good ref
erences. Box 42. Star office.
COOK-WANTED. BY A GOOD <*>OK AND
general houseworker. Call 1535 4th st. n.w.
ja2"2t* ,
C?H>K-WANTED. PLACE AS COOK OR OHAM
iH-rmaid, by white woman in first-class private
family; no washing or Ironing. Address C. N.,
14 I> n.w. Ja20-2t?
DAY'S WORK. WASHING AND IRONING- BY
a colored girl. Call .Vtfi 12th at. n.c. Ja20-2t
FAMILY WASH WANTED. 1308 R ST. N.W.
Ja10-2t*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK?1110 W ST. N.W.
HELPER AROUND HOUSK OR ASSIST AS
nurse - By colored girl. 2323 Champlaln are.
IIOUSEWORK-BY TWO RESPEOTABLflf" COL
ored womeu. places for housework in small
family; private or in fiat. Call or write 1905
19fh st.
HOUSEWORK?WANTED. TO DO GENERAL
housework; stay at nights; 00 washing. 1309
12th st.
LAUNDRESS?WASHING TO DO OUT BY A
colored woman. 231 V st. n.w.
LA UNDRESS ?WASH I NO TO DO AT HOME,
hy a colored girl. 40? Franklin st. n.w.
LA UNDRESS -FIRST CUVSS-WASHING TO
take home or go <mt by the dny. <13 Defrees
st. n.w.
LAUNDRESS BUNDLE LAUNDRY FOR LADY
or gentleman, to do at home. 2703 Va. ave.
n.w. Ja20-2t
LAUNDRESS- FIRST-CLASS; WASHING TO
fake home. 1915 12th n.w.
LAUNDRESS - FIRKT-CLASS; WASHING TO
take home or go out by the day. 03 Defrees
st. n.w.
LAUNDRESS?WASHING TO DO AT HOME.'
Call or address 1207 U st.
LAUNDRESS?WASHING TO DO AT HOME.
Please call 22ttt$ ?th st. n.w.
LAUNDRESS WANTED. WASHING OR HOUSK
work by day. b.v respectable colored woman.
1?20 1?'h st. n.w.
LAUNDRESS WASHING TO TAKE HOME.
1910 18th st.
LAUNDRESS WANTS WASHING TO DO AT
borne; have large yard. 1011 4th st. n.w.
NURSE place AS NURSE or HOUSEWORK
cr. by colored giri; no cooking. 2134 8th st.
n.w. ?
NURSE- WANTED. NICE NURSE'S PLACE;
st a v at night; good wages. Call or send card
1312 G n.e.
WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR EXCELLENT
colored waitress, nurse, chambermaid; recom
mendations. "EUREKA." 1011 N. Y. ave.
WANTED?BY RESPECTABLE WHITE WOM
an. place to cook, wash and Iron. Bos Star
office.
WASHING TO IH~> HOME?BY GOOD LAUN
liress. 1317 9th st. n.w. Ja20-2t*
PERSONALS.
THIS IS NO BANK STATEMENT. BUT A
forcible fact. It will compensate you to have
us call In regard to generous cash rates for
men's discarded wearing apparel, shoes, hats
shirts. JUST/US OLD STAND. 019 D.
ia2i?-tf.5
NEW ESOTERIC ORDER.
Ladles and gentlemen Interested In occult
research may apply for membership in an eso
teric order davoted exclusively to that purpose
Address Box 201. Star office. Jal4-7t*
WANTED-HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
for worn garments, ladles', gentlemen's, chil
dren's shoes and btits. Address postal; I wilt 1
call. A. K.. 130C 7(h n.w. 'Phone N. 32*)-M.
no25-60t*
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR LADlEg'
and gents' worn garments of all kinds; also I
shoes, bats. etc. THE BARGAIN STORK. 1240
7th st. n.w. Drop postal, will call promptly.
de12-tf.4
IF YOU NEED MO*KY TO PAY RENT OB
buy coal I will furnish all you need. I lend
you on your furniture or piano. These loans
are strictly PRIVATE. Try me. P. 0. Bos
2343. Station G. no 1-tot
MASSAGE.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, FACE AND SCALP;
wrinkles and blemishes removed. Mrs. LYDIA
JOHNSON, M. G. (graduated In SwedenL 1212 I
G st. n.w. Trial treatment. 50c. Mala .*>S1S-M.
de29-30t?
DOGS, PETS, ETC.
One cent a word each time for IS Word* S timet.
LEE'S BIRD STORE WILL REMOVE DKCEM
ber 15 to 413 11th at. n.w., opposite "Star"
building, and continue to carry full line birds,
pets. cages, aquaria, etc. dalft-tf
NEW HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS?8 MODEL
bnlldlnga, with full equipment for treating
alck animals; boarding dept., clipping, etc.
Visitors welcome; always open. Doc cemetery.
'Phone No. 1 ?Vt 2113-15 14th st. ?eT-tf.4
EXPRESS AND MOVING.
' WE MOVE ANYTHING."
Our facilities for the moving of furniture,
freight, safes, machinery, etc.. are unexcelled.
Our handlers are experienced, and we guarantee
the best servb-e. Heavy hanllng d->ne by the
load, niece or bv contract. Get our estimate.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.,
02Q.922 E al. n.w. 'Phone IS2V.
J&20U-8 -_i_.
WANTED?miscellaneous.
One cent ? word each time for IS words 3 times.
Ww kTEDinT0 VBtY OLD FEATHER BEDS.
11 m ,2 n5 ?.hy .uot drop Pcstgl to an old rs
Iltble firm. H. MARKS. 307 7th. oppoflts
Haks . or phone Main 100.T. ja20-tf
^"2,7.1?"* ? "WRITER. ?OOD OR
bad condition. Postal to WILLIAMS. 423 15th
" **? Ja20-3t
WANTED?MA NICI RING. CHIROPODY. SHAM~
pooingr and fsolnl ina^iage cTpninw, hv ap
jio'ntniont. BEATRICE O. ROWE. 1414 st.
" w Ph?no X. 4378. Ja 18 cod.:?t*
'W?fiRMW>ww*?
jaHMf N?r,h 17M- W" UI^*- 1?32% "hLsrV't.
WANTED?TO COACH APPLICANTS FOR CIVIL
M?? roft"",ar <?x*nilnafions: moderate
terms. Address Box ?,. star offl.-e. jnl0-.1t*
W ANTED?SE< "OND-HAND 25-IN< 'H 1'\PEl7
cutter Address CUTTER, 1980 llfh st
j8JU*ot
WANTED--PERSONAL ACCOUNTS TO CoC
lect. Box -7. Star office. ja19-3t*
U~^v,ED-IIIc;ilEST C V-SH PH1CES PAID FOB
dlrcarded wearing apparel. Indies'. gents* * chll
HfiJi ^Lud fx>,u|: "-"I call at once.
Jalhtf 8t" B w" 'l'bo0e North 4S?.
^ANTF.D ?-EASTERN FEATHER COMPANY,
this month?3(1,1)09 lb*, old f*tther>; bighett
c ash price; a Is., furniture. Send postal: will
rail at once. 213 7th st. n.w. jal7-13t
WANTED I. GLASER tz CO.. 1328 7TU
n.w.. make a specialty of buying init stock*
< f merchandise. Here la n chsn"o for von,
Mr Merchant. to tnrn your stock Into cash.
It is no use worrying about business being
bad; if you will notify us we will rail and
pay you cash for any stork of -ii?rchand!s??
yon have I. GLASER A CO.. 132? 7th n.w.
,1al4-eod.15t
WANTED? ALL KINDS OP LADIES* & CENTS*
tecond-hand clothing. furniture. stoves. tool#.
<vatch?s. diamonds and Jewelry. E. HENSLY.
1806 14th at. n.w. 'Phone North C49S.
oc24-90t
^V,A W1 E D?HIG H E ST CASH PR CKS PAID FOR
ladles and gentlemen's cast-off clothing, hat*
?PAniT,;~DlJlp will call prompt!'. 8."
GOLDBERG. 627 D at. n.w. nol2-79t
w^,:N.TKl,rUi'KI<;HT i^anos in good c6n7
SSL f0ir?A"g>t casb? WORCH'S PIANO
HOUSE. 1110 Q. oc26-tf
W A NTED?Dl A MONDS. OLD GOLD. SILVER
l,rket'- Money loaned also. L.
ABRAHAMS. 4X3 ?th. M. 4878. ceSO-tf
WANTED
OLD FEATHER BEDS.
-A.XhrsJt ?u)arket P*"1'** PaW- BEDDING FAO
Jefr-tf ' Wtb *t- D W* 'Ph0I,e Maln C03'
WANTED-ALL THE OLD, USELESS GOLD
and silver lying Idle in your possession. Coral*,
diamonds cameos. Jewelrf and sllverwars
C. F. KARR. Jeweler. 618 13th at..
_ *t?QTe F. my2-tf
business opportunities.
One cent a word each time for IB words 3 times.
CIGAR AND POOLROOM: GOOD STAND;
price, $w*) cash; investigate. F. WILLIAMS.
General Delivery. P. O. Ja20-3t*
FOR SALE?FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE
at sacrifice price if sold f?oon. on account of oc
Hous slikncRs; $2.V> for complete fixtures and
nne horse and wagon; worth >700; stock below
market price. BLOOMINGDALE MARKET.
?<d and T-Ib. ave. n.w. Ja20-3t*
WA NTED?-PA RTY WITH $2,000 TO fcl.OOO^TO
invest with services; chenilat preferred; TtiY/o
{?roflt and salary yearly. If yon mean
business and have the monev answer Bos 44,
Star ofllce. Ja20-3t
FOR RENT?THE WELL-KNOWN AND REST
locate^l coal yartls in the citv. There Is no
^ - h'w'n?'? than thia. A. GEARY
JOHNSON. 171H lUth st. ja20-3f
YOPXG IiADY. FINANCIALLV EMBARRASSETS
like loan of $250.00. Bps 23, Star office.
J8l9-3t
CORNER GROCERY STORE; F.XCTCLLENT
stand northwest; rent low; dally aales, $3<>.00;
niuat be eold at once: good reason for selling.
Inquire at 300 1st at. s.e. Jal9-3t*
UAVP YOU A PAYING BUSINESS t*OR RALE
or Investment proposition of anv kind that I
could Invest several thousand dollara and inv
services and make a living? Answers without
details will not be noticed. Address r. O. B<jx
Sixty-four. Washington. D. C. Ja"19-3t*
A MANAGING POSITION IN HANKImTaND
r:*al estate concern in a western city awaits
some active young man with experience. Ad
dress Box IS. Star office. ,1a10-3t*
25 YEAR ESTABIJSHED SALOON FOR SALE*
good stand opposite theater. Applv Roslvn
Distilling Co.. Mr. M. DRENZLAU. Law bldg.,
Baltimore. Md. Jal?-7t
SPLENDID CHANCE FOR FIRST CLASS I.<7
cal business of any kind In hotel and upsrt
meut lioitse center; will divide into two small
stores. Apply on premises, cor. Vt. ave. and
. 'J V: j*1? 3f
wanted ? ?*ongbnial partnfjr with
small capital to enlarge well-established busl
nc?y. h. R. m.. Star ofBco. jalH-3t*
$15,000 FOR ONE OF THE LVRGEST AND
OIJ.EST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL gam"
poultry and flsh business in Washington;
clearing $10,000 annually; owner has made
fortune and n isbes to retire; comp-lse? 23
?.t.a.?.2?.:_9nfL particulars. NEW YORK
BUSINESS BROKEIUH. 611 F. Ja18-3t,eSu
ROOMING HOUSE: EXCELLENT LOCATION
northw??st: owner leaving city; must sell; cheap
rent; nicely furnished. NEW YORK BUSI
NESS BROKERS. 611 F. JalH-3t eSu
GltOtXRV, NORTHWEST: FINE STAND; GOOD
value for $600: cheap rent. NEW YORK
BUSINESS BROKERS. 611 F. Jal.H-3t.eSu
LUNCHROOM; PROMINENT STAND: CHEAP
rent: rooms; long established; price right.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 611 l"
Jal8-3t,eSn
NO. 514 BTH N.W.; 4? FEET FRONT; ? ON F
at. car line; wU]'lcas<> and build addition, re
model, with steam beat and electric light, to
salt school. Apply owner, W. F. NASH, 122 M.
jals-3t*
WANTED-SOME ONE WITH $300 TO $500 TO
Invest In starting a Ji-cent thsater In the city.
This la a rare opportunity. If this looks good
to yon. then write me quick. HENRY WEB
ER. Apt. No. 21. No. 48 II st. n.e. Jal8-8t*
YOUNG MAX OF GOOD ABILITY AND AD
dress wants to invest $300 aud services in a
legitimate business. Address Box 3. Star nf
- Jal8-8t*
BOOST YOUR BUSINESS; STIR UP OLD Cus
tomers and rea<Si ?ut for new ones; "MULTI
COPY" t.vi>ewr!tten letters cannot be distin
guished from best original; prospectuses, legal
impers. reports and manuscripts duplicated.
512 Upton Trust bldg. Tel. Main 4043 M.
Jsl8 8t*
W A NTED-A M AN WITH FROM $1,000 UP TO
take the presidency of a local compaiyr with
a world-wide monopoly. For details address
M. R. w.. Star office. jal8-3t*
FINANCIAL THFFICl'LTlES FORCE ME TO
sell at a sacrifice part of my holdtnga in a
local company of much promise, officered by Al
men; splendid opportunity for party with a lit
tle ready money to double it within alxt*
days. Address-1. A. C.. Star office. Jal8-3t*
WANT TO FORM PARTNERSHIP WITH PAT
ent attorney. Ha?o 150 papers to advertise In
without cost to firm. Can have 500 or more
Immediately. Box 11. Star office. Jal8-:u*
f"VH. ?ALF. STOCK IN AN ESTABLISHED
business paying 5 per cent semi annually: $5
per share. Investigation invited. Box 16,
Star office. Jal8-3t*
FOR RENT?TO A GOOD MILLINER. SPACE
? " ?r".V,aai' ,fll,or,nK estai.liabment;
fine location. Splendid <?pi'<?rtunity for one to
build up a fine trade. Address Box 214 Star
,1a 14-71
FOR RENT-STORE 614^ D ST. N.W.. SUIT
?Me for nn oygter bouse; rent, $20. THE
Swtf REALTY CO.. 007 G st. o.w.
BILLIARD AND POOL SUPPLIES^
THE BRUNSWICK BALKE COLLENDER CO"
OF NEW YORK.
. . . . Manufacturer* of
BILH^5n AN'I> POOL TABLES AND SUPPLIES
BOWLING ALLEYS. BAR FIXTURES
712 13TH STREET N.W.
?lel-tf
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
One cent a word each time for 16 words 3 times
FOR SALE-20 HEAD OF VIRGINIA HORSED
second-uand buggies, wagons and harness 714
K ?'? Ja20-10t
FOR SALE-FIVE BIG YOUNG MULES. 10
goo#l \ irglniH horses. 10 second-haml horses at
reasonable prices. A. J. STABLER, 931 D st
" w- Ja2Q-3t
FOR SALE-SMALL DAIRY. 12 COWS. ONE
bull, two horses, wagons, route or a part. A
W. TERRY. Pliiehurst, near Chew Chase
ia20-:it ,
FOR SALE -LIGHT RUBBER TIRE BROUGH\M
slid harness: seats four. 3407 Dent place n *
(Georgetown!. Jal8-3t? '
LARGE. SQUARE BLANKETS. 60C CP; LARGE
^SH?iS^E,U8h *2.25; !?rge assortment.
COGSWELL. 209 11th st. n.w. <Je22-tf
COGSWELL'S IS THE PLACE TO BDY NEW
and second-hand traps, surreys, buggies, run
abouts. day ton and delivery wagons: $13 up;
harness. $3 up; large assortment. 30? 11th st.
n.w. Tel. 14T7. ap3-tf
AUTOMOBILES.
One eent a word eaci> time for 15 words 3 times.
FOR SAIJE-POPE WAVERLY KLI-XTRIC
tine condition; will almost (ire It away. 4d
<tresa Box 18. star office. Ja'l9-3t*
WANTED?SECOND - HAND GASOLINE OR
electric runabout. Replies must state condi
tion, amount of use, price snd make. Address
Box 20. Star office. Jsl9-3t?
FOR SALE-40-HO&SEPOWER 1906 POPE
Toledo. in first-class condition; price, $1,300.
Apply 1321 Fairmont st. Ja18-3t
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.
1907 Maxwell tonrlnc cars for rent by tlia
day. week or hour; first-class cars: competent
drivers; reasonable rates. 'Phone Main 1470.
Ja4-28t
FOR REVi-3 ADTO SHEDS. SHOPS OR 8TA
bles; rssr 1148 ISh st. n.w. Rent. S3 TUB
HARWfJON REALTY CO.. #07 O st. n^r.
dan-tf
AUTOMOBILES FOR TOR
AUTO LIVERY OO.. !
284 14TH ST. N.W.
Largest snd best suto livery ja Wasklafftoo:
LlnwuslsjM.nd touring cars. Offices, N?r wK
Iwd. Raltigh, Shorcktm. deS?-tt.5
WASHDAY.
The best way to get
a good Laundress is to
advertise in The Star.
It costs only 1 cent a
word for 15 words or
more.
The Evening Star Daily Puzzle*
?r^ssi'SV
January 20. 1WH?Ten years ago today a relief expedition was equipped for
service In the Alaska gold fields.
Find a miner.
ANSWER TO SATURDAY S PUZZLE.
Upside down, behind Zola.
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
One cent a word for IP words.
FtRNISHED.
303 1ST NT. S.E.?THREE FURNISHER ROOMS;
light housekeeping; adults. ja20-Ut*
1003 13TII ST. N.W. (NEAR K>?NICELY FI'R
nished double iind single rooms, with board;
reasonable rate". jn2Q-..t
918 M ST. N.W.-ONE FURNISHED ROOM IN
the Royalton. Apartment 30; lady preferred;
references exchanged. Ja1?-5t
110T, D ST. N.E. - FOR RENT. NICEILY FUR
nlshed room: suitable for two. JalO-?t.
13<>8 R ST. N.W.--GOOD LOCATION. NICK FUfi
nished room*, small hall room. JalB-2t*
1404 PARK ROAD. SUITE 5 FURNISHED
room with ?Ndi beat In private family, to a
gentleman, >12 per month; reference required.
lal?-2t? .
911 19TH?DESIRABLE. COMFORTABLE FUR
niehed room: hcrt-water heat; all conveniences; |
single. 'I'bone Main 908-^ . Jh 19-2t*
1?28?* PA. AVE. N.W.? FOR KENT. TWO FUR- I
nlshed rnopiii. Ja1P-3t
607 OTH ST. N.W. ? NICELY FURNISHED,
steam bested, centrally located rooms, with
private family- Jal9-3t. |
004 M ST\ N.W.?WELL FURNISHED
front room: private family; references ex
changed; rent reasonably )a!8-3t*
?THE HAMPSHIRE." 1753 COL. ROAD?
large sunny front room, wltli alcove and
closet: well heated; second floor. Jal8-3C
1011 12TH ST. N.W.?NICELY FURNISHED
single room, $? lier month; also two un
furnished newly papered rooms, $13 per month.
Jal8-3t*
1225 8TH N.W.?FRONT ROOMS; ONE |
large and one small; convenient to cars.
frlB-3t? ?
THE WEXFORD, 14TH 4r I N.W.?ONE NICE
ly furnished room; second floor. Jal8-3t
THE IROgUOI8-141? M-SOUTH ROOM NEXT
to bath: always warm: $20 for one. $18 for
two. Inquire of elevator boy after 5. Jal8-3t*
1312 R ST. N.W.-CLEAN. COMFORTABLE
rooms, suitable for two; transients accommo
dated. jal4-7t*
1213 (J- ST. N.W?TWO BRIGHT. PLEASANT i
rooms, completely furnished, for light house
keeping. Jal3-10t
1730 COLUMBIA ROAD?POUR DOOPS EAST :
18th ?t.; newly furnished rooms; all eonven- |
lences: rates reasonable. JaB-OOt* !
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
1320 OTH ST. N.W.?2 ROOMS ON 2D FLOOR, i
light housekeeping. Call after 4. Cheap.
JaUQ-llf
228 EAST OAPJTOL HT.-TWO <?R 3 ROOMS
furnished or unfurnished, for l.h.k., on second
floor near bath. ja^0--t
UNFURNISHED.
2211 F ST. N.W.?FOR RENT (CttLOREIK
from one to three rooms, with bath and laTgv
back poroh; Pa. ave. cars pass the door.
ja20-2t* :
1112 E S.E.?THREE ROOMS FOR L.H.K.:
heat and gas.
173K RIGGS PLA<TO?THREE ROOMS. SECOND
floor. $22.90; three rooms, third floor. $18;
heat: g*s. Ja20-3t
1520 COLUMBIA ST- N.W?FOUR UNFURNISH
ed rooms. 3 seco#d floor, 1 third. jal?-3t
IMS M ST.. THE HOY ALTON. APARTMENT 44
1 bright unfurnished room; reference required.
ja19-3t
1522 12T1I ST. N.W.?THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms; bath name floor; nicely heated: wl.l
partly furnish If desired. Jaln-tf
732 13TH ST. N.W.?FOR KENT- DOWNTOWN.
Very seleet.
6 rooms and' bath.
Steam heat.
ONLY $35.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
Jal8-5t
1223 COLUMBIA ROAD?THRBB ROOMS WITH
private bath; suitable for l.h.k. Adult" only.
Jsl8-3t*
1411 F ST. N.W.-TWO DESIRABLE ROOMS
on third floor: excellent location In downtown
section; $12 per month. THC* ?? J. FISHER 4
CO. (Inc.). 738 15th at. n.w. delft-tf
WANTED?ROOMS.
One cent a word for 15 word*.
WANTED?BY YOUNG COUPLE. 3 OR 4 UN
furnished rooms: l.h.k.: state price: must be
reasonable. Address Box 33. Star office.
SINGLE MAN WANTS ROOM. WITH OR WIT1I
out board, for five months, in northwest sec
tion: rate reasonable. Address, giving full par
ticulars. Box 28. Star offlre. / Jal9-2t*
WANTED?THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
and batb. suitable for light housekeeping:
northwest section preferred. Address, with full
particulars. Box 1. Star offlce. Jal8-3t*
SPECIAL NOTICES.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia, holding a Probate Court. No. 14950.
Administration.- This Is to give notice that the
subscriber, of the District of Columhla. has ob
tained from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia letter* testamentary on the estate of
William Gibson, late of the District of Columbia,
deceased. All persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers threof. legally authenticated,
to the subscriber on or before the 17th day of
January. A.D. 1000, otherwise they may hy laW
he excluded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 17th day of January.
1008. MARGARET A. GIBSON, care of C.
CLINTON JAMES. 41tf 5th St. n.w. (Seal.)
Attest: JAMES TANNER, Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia Clerk of the Probate
Court. C. CLINTON JAME8. Attorney.
j*20-law.3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia. Holding a Probate Coort.?No. 14800,
Administration.?This is to give notice that the
subscriber of the District of Columbia, has ob
tained from the Probate Court of the District of
Columbia letters testamentary on the estate of
Peter Schweltaer. late of the District of Colum
bia, deceased. All persons having ?claims against
the deceased sre hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authen
ticated. to the subscriber on or before the 3d
day of Januarv. A.D. 190?; otherwise the* may
by law be excluded from all benefit ??f said es
tate. Given under my hand this 3d day of Jan
uary 1908. THEODORE PUTT. 523 Q st. n.w.
(Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia, C'?rk of the
Probate Court. J. A. MAEDEL. Attorney.
Js0-1aw.3t
FOR RENT?WAREHOUSES.
FOR RENT-NEW 4-STORY " BRICK WARE
bonse. ?32 L n.w.; 11,000 ft. floor space; equip
ped with modern electric elevator; to be ready
for orrupi^icy Fe$. 1. Inquire Dll 7th n.w.
Ja4?lt>4
ROOMS AND BOARD.
One, cent a word for 15 words.
1X41 L* ST. N. W. FURNISHED BOOMS, EN
suite or singly: all modern conveniences; ex
cellent table; with or without hoard.
DELIGHTFUL FURNISHED OK UNrUKNISHKU |
rooms: fine hnm(< table; excellent ne|ghborh'>od;
private fumlly;. moderate rates. 1321 Columbia!
road. jal?-3t*
1343 GIRAltl> ST.--BEAUTIFUL FRONT ROOM; I
southern exposure; tiled baths; telephone, etc.
jal?-7t*
1204 K ST. N.W.?SINGLE FRONT ROOM;
large closet; nlso double room: southern ex
posure; good board. '1'hone 6S5S Main.
J?IS-7f
THE LOGAN. IOWA CIRCLE?THOROUGHLY
renovated; strain heated: elevator; private
hath; single. <30- double. $.V> wpward. oc!2-tf
WANTED?ROOMS AND BOARD.
WANTED?A YOUNG MAN. STRANGER. WHO
wants to learn English, wants board in private
family on Feb. 1. In answer give full particu
lars. Address P. O. Box 502. Annapolis. Md.
WANTED - LADY DESIRES COMFORTABLE
room with good board in n.w. part of city;
Georgetown preferred; references. Address
TEACHER. Star office. Jal8-3t*
boarding!
One cent a word fn* IB words.
637 I ST\ N.W.? FIRST-CLASS TABLE BOARD
to he had at >3.50 per week. jalS-3t
FOR RENT?OFFICES. T
FOR BENT?REDUCED TO >27.50.
3 rooms, front.
733 13th ?t.
Steam beat: electric light.
STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New York are.
Ja20-5t
FOR RENT?DESIRABLE OFFICE ROOMS
IN LENMAN BLDG., 1425 N. Y. AVE.
All conveniences. Moderate rent.
Ja10-.1t A. T. COUMBJS.
WHY PAY HIGH OFFICE HKNT WHEN YOU
can rent fine office rooms; $6, $8 and $10 per
month. All modern conveniences. Stewart
bldg.. cor. 6th and D sts. n.w. Jal8-30t*
FOR RENT- FINE SUITE OF OFFICES, B16 E i
st. n.w.; newly phpered and painted; very rea- !
sonable rent. QHAS. E. BANES, 1321 F St.
Jal8-6t
FOR ltBNT?$10 TO $33 MO?ATTRACTIVE,
modern offices in COLLINS-GUEBRY bldg., 621
13th n.w. (bet. F and G); heat, light and
janitor service. Jal5-tf j
FOR RENT?ENTIRE SO FLOOR. THOMPSON j
bldg., 703 15th st. n.w.; singly or en suite; j
light, heat and Janitor service: rent reasonable. '
Apply CHAS. E. TRIBBY, 703 15th st. n.w.
JaU-tf
FOR RENT?OFFICE ROOMS IN THE DAVID
son building. 1413 G st. n.w.; elevator service,
heat, light and janitor service furnished; best
location In city. L. S. FRISTOE.
Jal4-25t 1413 G st. n.w.
FOR RENT?OFFICE ROOMS 403-4-6 IN THE j
Evening Star building vacated January 1; also;
room 409 nnd room 411. suitable for an artist. !
4 large windows, north light. Tbey are all
most desirable offices. Annlv at once at The j
Star office. ja6-tf
FpR RENT ? DESIRABLE OFFICE
SPACE IN THE NEW UNION TRUST
CO. BLDG.. 15TH AND H N.W.:
HEAT, LIGHT. ELEVATOR AND ?
JANITOR SERVICE INCLUDED;
PRICES. $20 TO $40 PER MONTH.
THOS. J. FISHER * CO.. INC..
nolB-tf 738 15TH N.W.
FOR RENT?IN THE MARYLAND BUILDING.
1410 H st. n.w., suite of 8 rooms, with large j
ball; suitable for law firm; also single rooms j
from $15 up; heat, lis*1*; Janitor and elevator !
service. WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F st. n.w.
Jy3-tf
FOR RENT-TWO VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
rooms in The Ei
Business Office.
rooms In The Evening Star building. Ajpgij^at
FOR RENT?STORES.
FOR RENT
PART OF STORE NORTH SIDE
F STREET NORTHWEST. SUIT
ABLE FOR OPTICIAN, TYPE
WRITERS OR ANY FINE LADIES'
GOODS.
ADDRESS
BOX 40.
STAR OFFICE.
Ja20-3t
FOR RENT?PART OF STORE 602 8TH N.W..
under Masonic Temple; one of the best loca
tions in the city. Inquire in store. Jal9-3t
FOR RENT-F STREET, NORTH SIDE. BE- ,
between 13th and 14th streets. MURRAY A.
COBB, agent. 1102 Conn, ave. Jal8-3t
FOR RENT?ANTON HEITMULLER, 608 14TH
st.; third floor.?1634 14th St., store and cellar;
1402 R st.. store. JalS-6teod
FOR RENT?
Desirable place for a barber shop; large room
at 606 13th at. n.w.; renting low for a good
party.
MOORE & HILL. Inc., 1333 G St. n.w.
jal8-3t
FOR RENT-HANDSOME STORE ON H ST.
n.w. west of 15th st. For particulars applv to
WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F n.w. Ja7-tf
FOR RENT? LARGE BRICK STORE. COR. 32D
aud P sts. n.w.. Intersection of Georgetown and i
Tenleytown car line; suitable for any business,
light or hesvy. two large u?n>?r floor*, or will
rent store separate. Inquire JAS. O'DONNRLL,
Owner, 904 F n.w. ; de15-tf
FOR RENT?STABLES.
FOR RENT?A 2-STORY BRICK STABLE: TWO
SQUARES FROM THE NEW UNION STATION;
CONCRETE FLOOR: WATER: SEWER: RENT,
$7.50. JAMES A. CAHILL, 1308 F ST.
jal8-3t
FOR RENT?FINE 8TABLE REAR OF 427 I
n.w.. 20x50; with alley. PHILLIPS CO.. 830
John Marshall pi. M. 4487. lafl tf
^FOR RENT?HAILS.'
FOR RENT?CARROLL INSTITUTE HALL*.
10th and K ats. n.w.; the most complete and
thoroughly equipped balla In city for societies,
banquets, entertainments and receptions; termsj
reasonable. Apply at ball. i4-tf
PALMISTRY.
MME. HITA. THE WORLD'S GREATEST
palmist and astrologer, now holding reception*
at 728 9tb at. a.w.
Fee, B?c. , de23-40t*
APARTMENTS?TO LET.
$22- -WORTH $.10.
338 Adams St. n.e., apartments ?" large
rooms: hot-water hentln^. etc. Take through
iiih on G st. F. H. SMITH CO.. Bond bldg.
Ja2H-r.t _______
TO SI HI.F.T- IN* THE HIGHLANDS. C'ON
NFCTHI'T AVE.. OXK SKVKNKl*>M
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENT. FURNISHED
OK 1'NKL'BN 1SHEH. APl'LY AT ??FH? E.
Ja20".t*
801. THF. O NT A Rio- TIIE CHOICIWT APART
nient: sixth floor. s.w. o.rucr: overlooks valley
of Rock creek ami The Potomac. Dr. fcOjBJ.Ki
SCOTT I.AMR. l(Vi Th- ?'eoll. ja 1 ?' -.t
FoiTrBNT KKlTn KI> TO $36.
CHOICE \P.VRTMKNTS.
I ?OWNTOWN.
6 LOVELY ROOMS VXD RATH.
HEAT FURNISHED.
732 13th st. n.w.
STONE 4 FAIRFAX. 1312 New York are.
Jal8-5t
FOR RENT-SEVERAL CHOICE APARTMENTS
of 2 rooins and bath to 5 ntoms ana bath,
good buildings 'V." E^RRADL^HIS F St.
ja 18-61
FOR RENT?232 P ST. N.W.
A new Sr. and b. flat, nl^rly pai^rrdjjnn
painted, porcelain tub. etc . . .$??>"
CLIFFORD A- BORPEN, 004 Mb u.w.
<a1S St.fSn 1
PoR RENT COLORED: APARTMENT NO. 3 IN j
The Linden. corn?r of 3d and Oak sts.: steam j
beat. * HAS. K. BANES. 1321 F ?t. Jals-3t ;
FOR RENT- FOl R ROOMS AND BATH FLAT IN ,
The Mllford. U23 M st n.w.; h< at and Janitor
service; $2.*> per month. Apply.Flat No. 9, after
5:30 p.m.. or on Sunday. jaio
FOR RENT FRONT APARTMENT IN THE
The IvHiihoe. 170?? 1>:h at u.w.; steam heat and
janitor services. PERCY II. RUSSELL. ?*-<<?
?st. n.w. jsiw-ei
FOR REST BY < HAS. A. SH1E1.D8, 14<>5 F ST.
n iv : $32.00. No. !? 0th st. *.e., x n>..nis. bath
and cellar. $30. 020 N. < arollna are.. i? rooms
and bath. $30. 112 12th st. s.e.. 7 rooms, bath
and cellar $25.5<>. 326 Mass ave. n.e.. 6
rooms and bath. $25.80. 40<> East t?p. ???. ?
room flat. $16. 210 0th st. n.e., 6 r.?ms.
writer, gas and sewer. $14.W>. 301 A st. s.e.,
6 rooms, water and sower. jalS-3t
FOR RENT-BY B-F. SAI L CO TTH & L N.
Juniata. 1424 W. 5 & flr. * b. ..$35.0? an<l $42.50
418 12th nw. 5r.b.37.nO 1400 N Op.tr.3.1 A 20.0*
Lafayette. 5r. b. .30.00 1325 7th nw. 5r. b.2<) 00
1516 7lli nw. 5r.b..30.0ii I 140<! 1st lie. 4r,b..20.00
642 O nw. Cr. b. .28-5?> 1230 7th nw.3r.2fl.i i.W
17:? Ri?s t>l.3r.b.23.50; 713 11th nw. 2r. J16.00
1754 Willanl.r.r.b, .2Q .V> JalW-tf
THE VAIJEAN. 013 I ST. N.W.?3 LARGE
rooms and bath, beat
JalS-3t 10Q7 7th at. n.w.
^ bonier apartment. 14104 E st. n.e.: 4 '"HST*
outside rooms. In fine repair; Tent only $14.30.
MOORE ft HILL. Inc., 1333 G at. n.w.
Jal8-3t
4 tine rooms In the Wallroff. 302o l.?th et.
n.w.; rent only $32.50. one of the most de
sirable apartments in the city.
M?X?RE ft HILL, Inc.. 1333 G st. n.w.
Jal8-3t
"THE HOLMES,*' :U)20 DENT PL. N.W..
5r and b. apt. on 3d floor (front), only *->?
??The Wlllson," cor. 14th and Harvard
6r and b. apt. on 4th floor (front), only $43.o0.
?'The Susquehanna." vl430 W at.
Rr ?nd b aDt on 3d floor (front!, only $37..w.
jaiT-6?? P ff C DUVALL. 722 11th a.w.
A MODERN 4-ROOM~AND BATH APARTMKV1.
AddIv 2126 Pa. are. n.w. ?^ir_Ll_
"the"PORTN F.R. 15TH AND V STS. N.W.
For rent-A beautiful front five (5Mroom nnd
bsth housekeeping apartment wlthontjside
street entrance, and cellar connects wttn
kitchen. This suite very suitable tor '1^tor
or dentist. Apply at the office. JalO 1
THE BALTIMORE."
1832 B1LTMORE ST..
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.
Fonr aud five rooms nnd bath, electric
lights: every room an outside one, open to tli
8UWhydllVehln dark rooms wbrn rou r-an en^
lov the sun and light? Rent only $37.50 to
?45 SIMPSON-SULLIVAN CO..
YeHl-tf 1408 ? n~* .
THE WINDSOR. 1425 T F'RE?"?.F
I^autlful ti-room and l>ath; also 1 bac&eior
art., modern bath, $20.00. . -
THE VIRGINIA. 2120 G st. n.w _-Cholee 3.
4 and 5 room apts.: newlr decorated.
WM. A. EASTERDAY. Inc.. Bond bldg.
de29-tf
THE LINCOLN. Ill 12TH ST. S.E.-THE MOST
desirable six-room and bath apartment* on Clip
Itol Hl'l. We solicit your careful Inspection.
Rent. MO per month.
d.21tf JAMES A. CAHILL. 1308 F st. n.w.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-ALL IN F1R3T
CLASS CONDITION.
THE FAIRFAX. 12th and E. Cap. sts??
5 rooms and bath $30.00 and $32.50
THE MT. VERNON. Otl. and N- Y. are. n^.
4 rooms and liath $35.00 and $37.50
THE FRANKLIN. 1015 14th. st. n.w.
5 rooms nnd bath ?uo
- THE LOUISA. 216 N. Y. a*e. n.w.
4 rooms and bath.
delft-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F st. n.w.
FOR RFNT-APARTMENTS-B RMS. 4t BATH.
Sussex. 13th and B |27 ?2
504 Maine a^e. s.w ???????"
7th and H s.w ..$15.75 to.81'.50
PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John Marshall plac*.
dell-tt
THE BERKSHIRE.
1412 Chnpln st. n.w.
2 rooms, bath snd cabinet kitchen..$20 & _w0
6 rooms and bath f35. MO L $4?
Kverr modern convenience; elevator; tele
I phone *4n each apartment. de8-sa.Su.in.tf
THE COLUMBIA. 14TH AND GIRARD S^.
n w.?The brightest e!x-room and bath apart
ments on Columbia Heights: must he seen to
be appreciated: rent. $50 per month. JAMp
A. CAHILL. 1308 F St. n.w. "<>33-"
' THE CLAIBORNE?CENTRALLY LOCATED?
- S.E. cor. 6th and H sts. n.w.
Housekeeping apartments of 2. 4. 5 and 6
rooms: steim heat; janitor and elevator serv
Ice. Prices from $25 to $47.50. Also cafe,
barber shop and office room, tor tint in th^
building. Apply R. O. HOLTZMAN. 1?8 New
Torfc are. nolH-tf
APARTMENTS?TO LET.
FURNISHED.
THE WEXFORD. 14TII AND T N-W. -2 R(X)MS
and bath: handsomely furnished; first fl?>or;
private entrance; suitable for congressman.
<a1?-*t ?
I WATTTED?APARTMENTS.
WANTED - APARTMENT 3 OR 4 ROOMS;
utatr price: must be reasonable. Address Box
33. Star office.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN!
WANTED-A U>A>* of $5,000 FOR TWO YEARS
on three notes, secured by a first deed of trust
on real estate valued at $40,000: the note be
ing also Indorsed by parties wosth over $.">0,000
in real estate; all real estate, parties and se
curities being located within two miles of the
U S. Treasury Department. Will pay 6 per
cent Interest and a commission of $150. Ad
dress Box 5. Star office. jalh ot
MONEY TO LOAN
On real estate in District of Columbia.
II. L. RUST.
,1al7-tf.4 60S I4th st. n.w.
MONEY TO IjOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
rent rates of interest on real estate In the Dls
.net or ci??bl..iTcn F,)X ^ OTOWX
1al-tf 1400 fl st. n.w.
WE H WE IN HAND SEVERAL SUMS TO
loan on D. C. real estate. Prompt resiles.
MOORE ft HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
de28-tf
SECOND TRUST
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
Any Amount. Ix?west
NATIONAL I>OAN AND INV. CO..
THOMPSON BLDG.. 703 15TH ST. N.W.
Opposite Treasury. Next Druz Store.
no2R-tf.6
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
estate at lowest current rates of Interest. Spe
cial privileges with respect tonrlor payments.
14irpe amounts a specialty. T\LER ft RLTH
ERFORD. 730 15th st. n.w. fp8 tf-5
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT FROM
5% to 0% on D. C. real estate.
Kverr consideration shown borrowers.
THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY.
'Phone Main 3862. 007 G st. n.w.
su!7-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED IlKAL ES
tate; lowest Interest: reasonable^ chnrges.
prompt attention. GE0*JS',?.. ,
S00 19tii ft. n.w.
? MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF IN
terest on D. C. real estate. No uureasonabls
<Jel*J* WALTER H. ACKER.
mh29-tf.5 1420 F n.w.
LOANS ON" STOCKS. BONDS. LIFE POLICIES.
trustR bldg. assn. shares, syndicate certfs. and
otfcer approved collateral. 50-32 Metwrott
bid*.. 1110 F st. "Phone 51i. C. A. BAKER.
se9-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON D.C.REAL ESTATE?
* Lowest rates of Interest. Payment o.i principal
In amount of $100 or more received st any In
terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMI ANY.
Bond bldg.. 1408 New York ave. n.w. no--tf
IF YOU WANT TO RORROW OR LOAN. BUY
or t+l\ on real estate. I can save yoa iJme and
cash, as I give personal attention to ill deals.
de?tL? J. EAK1N QADSBY. 526 13th st. n.w.
- STORAGE.
CENTRAL STORAGE ROOMS,
1409 H ST. N.W.
Best lighted and ventilated rooms In the city.
S*Tm. BROWN ft TOLSON. Props.
Je8-tf
WALL PAPER.
WB ARK NOW SHOWING 190S PATTERNS IN
wall paper; also closing out our left-ovar stock
" at a great sacrifice. Give us a call. F. G.
XOLTB 807 11th at. ? w. Ja4-80t_
HAULING.
LET US HAUL YOUR FURNITURE. PARCELS
snd trunks: will give you first-class sttentlon.
$3 s double load. We also <-ontrsct to haul
anything, with plenty teams to await your or
ders. CLARENDON SMITH, 5th and K sta.
n.w.; 'phone Main 232. nol4-90t.?
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent ? w.irii each time for 15 word# S tla>i.
F( >R SAI.K WHITK A MIDI (I.ETON <C|T.P
gas engine; cuaranteed good a* new ; $300
w. r. NASH. 122 M
FOR SALE?1401 1 -Til ST. \w7 ART1STI
eally hoiw-?n<rrn rag nigs. hnKcmcnt
FOR SALE "-ONE I.AKtiK ( nl.l M HI A <;UAP1I~
??phone. two liornv two cabin*!* aud SO rec
or.N tirice. $40. Apply 2r.l 14th st. s.e.
Ja20-3t*
FOR SALE FINE. OKM-l\K~ TvTIQI IC M V
h<igan.v furniture. crystal ? [mtitl. llrr* njer
mirror*, cii. 2m27 Eye si. n.i*. 'ITimiii' \v-?t
125(5 M. ja? 7t*
Fl?U SAI.K GENl IXK ANT1QI F. "PAISLEY'"
shawl. tine seaNWfti cape; must lie s?ld. 3C7
Eye st. n.w 'Phone Went 12MI-M.
Twi? siimv~rw> ani> ~Tihtntern"and
nil kinds of bakers* utrui.il*. "SM 4S at. l.w.
Ja'JO 3t
FOll SAI.K FIFTY* OR (INK HUNDRED
shares of Otlaens' Saving Kaftk stock for be?t
cash offer. Address Boi 41, Star ?4Bce.
J?2(?-3t
r<m saiVf? fifty"\yii1tb LwVin>rn chick
en*. Apply 4 Truck. N. J. trr. anil M st. n.w..
? 'apt. C. F. BKF.RS. Jal9-3t
FOR SAI.K NKVV I'EDKST VI. OAK DINING
t*Wf; value. $:15.?J0; price. $17.SO. 224 2d st.
n.e Jal9-:?t?
FOR SAI.K- I>W;KKU~r?COS.~ri,llltillTlTANt?';
carefully used: In'good condition. |17f?. t'OR
1?<?VA. Apartment 114. ( all 5:30-6:30 p.m.
jain-JIt*
FOR SAI.K $rt?*7~KNABK MAHOGANY UP
right piano; In excellent condition, $25" c??h.
Address L. I? M.. Star "UIit. Ja19-3i*
FOR SAlTK FINK TfRIOHT 1'I AN'i l~ A N11 ~A^T
p>|mi piano player: \ery cheap to 1 mm^dlat*
cash purchaser. Address C. M. A . Mar "Oil e.
.Ial1?-3t*
RAM HI.Bit M<fl"OR CYCLE; GOOD AS NKW:
can l?e Isiuglit at bargain. Tail or write. WM
A at. a.e. JalO *t*
i oif SAI.K MAN'S 22TNt H FRAME BICYCLE.
j*c?>d rirttnlng order; $5. IHUI Church at. n.w.
jalK.'K*
FORSALK 11 AN 1 ? SHVYIV! MACHINE tSlNti
er?. Slots); also drop-bead automatic. 4 draw
er. almost new. $15.00 1011 12th at. n.w.
Jal8-3t*
FOR SAI.K $7'*? I.ON(i DOLMAX ht.VLSKlN
cloak: excellent condition; will take $2i*>.
132". 11th n.w . Jal8 -It.eSu*
FOR SAI.F. HOT WATER IIKATING BOIl.Kit
iiDil radiators; also steam l*dlcr. Addreaa Roi
147. Star office. jalH 8t*
F<?R~s AI .K?C'A XAU IKS FINK SI X?{KKS; (UK) I ?
breedera. (Inly few femalca left. 712 L
at. n.e. Ja1H-3t?
FOR S AI.K- I ?(.!( ?(>!> SAFF-, $??; 1 OAK R?UJ.
top l>esk. new. $2o; 1 Flat-top Oak l?eak.
new. f12: 1 l)ln?iiK>re Typewriter. $2(>; 1
Oliver Hartlett. J18; 1 ('Hligraph. 115. Will
l<?ck and hhlp free. DAVID U. UITT * ('O..
?23 F. JdlW-St ^
FOR SAI.K I.FMBFR OF AM. KINDS; At.SO
kindling vrood. R. S. BLOME CO.. 1?12 14th
at. n.w. Jal7-7t
FOR SALE? FIREWOOD. STOVE I.ENGTHsT
$.1..V> per ij cord K. 5?. MITCHKl.I.. Ana
eoatla. D. 0. 'Phone Linen. S3*. jHl6-14t*
rr.\Nos thT^haveTiTf.f.n slioiitly~usf.iT
are now offereil at k'M than regular prices:
?75o Stelnway $290
$450 N'eedham RW
*4,Vi Vwae $225
$10<1 Italley $180
and 2S other great bargains. >
Ttinlng, battling, repairing and storaga.
HUGO YVORCH,
Ja14-tf 1110 O. Worch bide.
FOR SAI.K? D1 RJNil THIS JANI ARY SALE
Y'OIT CAN BI Y ANY NEW PIANO IN THIS
BIO STOCK AT l(K5- DISCOUNT. Here are a
few of the estra special values offered: $rt00
Steinwdv. (4.V); $400 Stleff, $2i*?; $425 Knabe.
$20O; *S.V? Klmbnll. $140; Pease, $12.*:
$400 Chlckerlng. $150; $500 Knabe. $*trO. About
fifty other e*ceptlonal bargains. Kaay terras.
O. J. DeSlOI.L A CO.. 1231 O at. n.w.
Ja 14-10d
FOR SAI.K- -FOUR UPRIGHT PIANO BAR
galna Stleff, Stelnway. Chlckerlng and Knabe.
Kas.v terma If desired. CHAS. M. STIRFE,
loOR-to F st. n.w. J. C. CONI.IFF, Manager.
ja!2-tf
FOR SALE--XJtW OAK PIANO. IVORY KEYS?
$175, on $5 monthly paymenta; on aeeotint of
small expenaes will sell new pianos from $125
upward. HELB1G BROS., \742 7th at. n.w.
Ja4-tf.4
PIANO BARGAINS
KNABE UPRIGHT, mail, caae, only very
?lightly used;,was $500, now $390.0$
RICHMOND UPRIGHT, mahogany ca?e. 175.00
KIMBALL UTRIGHT, large alxe 150.00
SMITH A BARNES, mahogany case.... 210.00
HERLICH UPRIGHT, line order 135.0*
HUGO WORCH. mahogany case 120.00
WHEELOCK UPRIGHT, large aire 100.00
HALLKT A DAVIS, large alxe.# 93.00
HARRINGTON UPRIGHT, nice order.. 85.0$
EASY TERMS.
(WM. KNABK & CO., ' '
Ja2-tf 1218-1220 F at. n.w.
KEYS?NOTHING TOO DIFFICULT FOR US
In the key line; reliable and efficient workmen.
WASHINGTON SAFE AND LOCK CO.. Raf?
and Lock Experts, 1202 D at. n.w. 'Phone
Main 1725. de27-tf
SHOW CASES AND STORE FIXTURES.
JOHN C. SCHERER. JR.. MFG. CO..
de4-tf Baltimore.
! FOR SALE?GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES,
fitted to tout windows, only 35c: the beat qual
ity oil opaqne shades. flOe. hung free. We call
with samples. KLEEBLATT'S. 11th 4c H ata.
n.e, , an2?-tf
LOST AK3T FOUND.
One cent a word each time for 15 words 3 time*.
LOST LOCKET SKT WITH DIAMONDS; BKlT
tha Boktnan engraved on back. Reward return
same to 1XW 3|st at. n.w. Ja20-3t?
LOST - A BROWN - AND WHITE OOLIJE.
Flease return to 1009 K at. n.w. Liberal re
ward. Ja20-3t*
LOST-ONE HEART SHAPED 1/>CKKT AND
chain, on the washstaml in the ladies' waiting
room cor. 7th and Pa. ave. n.w.. Sunday e\en
ing at 7:30. Reward If returned to 200 1.1th
a.e. Ja20.1t
LOST ON SUNDAY EVENING BKT N AND 0.
at Union station or going from Union station
to Mt. Pleaaant car. small gold locket studded
with 3 red stones. Reward returned to Men
dota. apt. 41. Ia20-3t
LOST - COLLIE; ANS1VKRS TO NAME OF
Roots: tag No. 1599. Reward If returned to
1501 Gales st. n.e.
LOST-NEAR THE NEW WII.IaARD. LADY'S
watcb: Milvcr Kappa Alpha medal on fob, with
S. J. T. on back. Return to 1751 You st. n.w.
Reward. Ja2Q 3t?_
LUST?BLACK LEATHER BELT AND SILVER
buckle attached. S"Uday. in northwest. Reward.
Return 303. the Sherman. Ja20-3t*
LOST SUNDAY. IN CHEVY CHASK CAR OR
at Chevy Chase, a black velvet 1>ag. silver
Iwnind. Reward upon delivery 1725 Ifltli *t.
n.w. ja20-3t
LO ST - S U N r) A Y A FTK RN OO N. AT THE COR
coran Art Gallery, one lady's black purse, con
taining sum of money. Reward If returned to
1810 S st. n.w.
LOST WHITE FEMALE BI LL PUP. REWARD
if returned 1417 U. _ Ja20-;?t
LOST ? LADY'K GOLD WATCH,* BETWEEN
IStli and T sts. n.w. and N. II. are. north to
Kith st. and north on lrtth st. to. Kaloratn*
rd.; especially valued as jrlft from deceased
relative. Liberal reward. Call Rooms XI and
30. Kellogg bldg.. 1410 F st. n.w. Ja30-:it
LOST?JANUARY" IN. BETWEEN YVEST KNO
market and 1413 21st st., small black silk bow.
with pearl horshoe pin. Reward If returned to
1413 21st st. Jal9-3t ^
LOST?IS OR NEAR NATIONAL THEATKR.
black lynx muff. Return 610 9th st. n.w.; $10
reward. ja!9-3t*
LOST?BI.ACK POCKETBOOK. CONTAINING
about $25 and stamps. Belasco Theater. W<-d
nesday afternoon. Liberal reward. Return to
office.' The Shoreham. Ja19-.1t*
LOST-PACK OF PICTURES. LINCOLN PARK
car. Reward If returned R. E. LANKFORD,
129 4th st. s.e. ja19-3f
LOST?NEAR EAST ENTRANCE WHITF.
House. Thursday. January 9. a Mexican drawn
work handkerchief. Liberal reward. Box 28.
Star office. ja19-3t*
LOST -THE STH OR THE 9TH; A GOLD RINO
with red seal; reward of $5. Return to Tho
Dupont. Apartment 21. jal8.1t
LOST-SMALL GOIJ) WATCH; SHELL PAT
tern; blue enameled piu; Friday afternoon; re
ward. Return 817 Q st. Jal8-.1t
LOST-MALE FOX TERRIER, BROWN AND
white, brown head and oars; answers to nam*
of "Trlxie;" tag No. 5389. Reward If re
turned to M. A. Edmonds. 3434 Rock Creek
road. la!8-3t*
LOST?THIS MORNING. SILVER HOSPITAL
medal, bearing inscription of I'enn. Hospital
and "Alice M. Wells, 1906." Return to 24
Grant place. J?18-3t
LOST-GOLD LOCKET, MONOGRAM ON EACH
- side, containing photograph. January 17. Re?
ward. Retnrn to 192t) Calvert at. Jal8-3t*
LOST?IN STANTON PARK; FRIDAY AFTER
noon; lady's purse contalnlrg money, key* and
owner's cards. Reward If returned to 443 11th
st. n.e. ltll.1t*
PR0FESSI0NALCABDS.
SINGING A HEALTH (SIVING EXERCISE AND
a bcautifnl nccompliabment. Old-fashioned
singing school, Thursday evening. 7:S0; terma.
$2 per mouth. Private Inatructlon. $5 for five
lessons. MMR. J. ESI'UTA DALY. Studio 112S
F st. n.e. 'Phone Line. 400-M. naft7-Q0t*
MRS. J. HENDRICKSON Mc( ARTY,
Teacher of piano. Pupils thori>agbly prepared
for advanced ci<nservatory work. Special at
tention to beginners and those out of practice.
H07 3d n.e. Jall-25feS?
B. PRANK OEBEST,
TEACHER OF PIANOFOBTB. ,i
Pnpll of BAJtTH. SCHARWKNKA,
MOSZK0WSKY. Studio. 1327 14th at. ?.?, <>
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