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APARTMENTS?TO LET.
? ;2. THE Ul T'iNT,
1717 'JUth st. n.w.,
Furulshed or unfurnished.
ja^l-.':t,4* < all aud s-c.
THE * ECU.. i.Vril AND I. STS. N.W. KfHl.M
apartment for rent. Applv at THE CECIL.
>31 tf
FOR RENT-SEVEN ROOM APARTMENT. SEC
end fl.ir.r, M!? ti hi. n.e.: convenient to Unl"e
station. Apply t.. OWNER. front office. 1-T07
!i *t. u .w. ta;?v;it
J OR RI:NT -APARTMENT: V ST. NEAR TvfIt.
rt?>uis and bath. coirp- lelv furbished . .$|.V*>
5 ;in<t b.ltli. unfurnished *;5.0.
J. < KIINNED* CAMPBELL, IlliG ?t. n.w.
Is.In ::t
FOB RENT A tlKAi Til'I f, I IVK ??">> ROOM
apartment; will be vacated In h f?-w clays; bent
end ^nlt?>r nrrr>f. is;:s 4th st. n.w.
.1.1 SHANNON .V f.l'i'HS. 70t l.>th n ?r.
THE VIRGINIA. 1! 1> <} st.?rooms and
bath: oew'y decorated; special rental fr?Qi
February 1.
THE WINDSOR. 14"* T *t.: FIREPROOF
RLDG.: ba-fceior apart.. on'- r-?M>i and i?atb;
rrty choine. WM. a. EASTERDAY. In
i?2v-tf ^ ^ Agents. Bond bldg.
FOR RENT?NH K rLAT "FOR REASONABLE
KJf?.: App,y XBoBNTON b SliOC >TOR?.
i'*' itit n *r. is2S-4t
J OR RENT?CHOD E APT.. HCi* R S.E.. 2D
Ij'vt; 0 ro^mfi an<1 )mtb: atfic: inMdr wbv to
furnace: wnr near Lincoln Park. rent. .<>>.50.
Appl.v at 701 E. Capitol. ? j<t3> :;t
SECOND FLOOR, rooms TILEli C \TH
room. furnace. UWj C n.e.: on car line;
*21.3ft GEO. W UINKINS.
1*29 (it *00 ]0tU ft. n.w.
'"OR RENT BY R E. SAt E'CO . 7TIIA T, n7w~
Juniata. 142! W. 5 jfc Cr. A b. ..$"5.00 and $42.50
??IS 12th iw. 5r.b 37.50 I40?i N Cap.4r..Id fl
1 afar? ttr. 5r. b.. ::>> 00 i.e. 7th nw, ".r. b.20 06
lMfi 7tb nw. f?r.b...10.00 Mini 1st nr. 4r.b..20.00'
?42 O mv. f,r. b. .25.5" U07 I! nw.No3.4r.bl7.5o
17.'?S Rigc, pl .Jr b.2::.50 12:10 7th ow.Sr.211.17.01
1754 Willard.Sr.b. .20.50 713 llih ut, 2r..lG.00<
1*25- tf
I or RKNT?SKVERAE VERY NICE * Room
apartments wlfb larc r?"oin!<: In ;i*h1 rrpair;
??rtn*"nirutly arranted and located. 1?5cg on
N. ,T. avc. n.w.; TPrv r?-asonahlr ; .its.
Ja2.Vtr." H. E. REST. BOS 14tb n. n.w.
THIS KE.NSAW.
1?TH AMi IRYTNl* STS NAY.
A fow choice apartments, iinfurnlxbed. 8hort I
<V Jotiu term, llljth class. Flrspmof.
Good cafe in building: moderate rates.
THE T. A. HARDING CO. tine..,
1.TJ2 G .ST. N.W.
1*2a.2.i.27.2?.31
AHARTMENTS TOR RENT ALE IN FIRST
CEASS CONDITION.
THE FAIRFAX. 12tb and E. Cap. *!?.?
5 rooms aud bath J'SO.OO and $.!2..V>
THE MT VERNON. Ptb and N. Y. a?e. n.w.
4 rooms and bath J35.0ft and $37.50
THE FRANKLIN. 131% l*tb ft. d.w.?
5 'o?a)i ard bath $40.00
delO tf WEAVER RROS.. 1416 F at. n.w.
FOR RKNT?APARTMENTS-5 RMS. & PATH.
Si:??ex. E?.th and R R.w #2ft.00
Vi( Maine are. s it 14.00
7<>!i H s.w 17.."i0,
FIULLIFS CO.. 330 JotiD Marshall plac*.
d^ll-tt
THE CLAIBORNE-CENTRALLY LOCATED
?.E. eor. 6tb sod II *lf. ti.w.
noiiielre^ping apartments of 2. 4. 5 and #
rooms- steam bent: Janitor and eievator serT- i
fee. Prices from $2". to $47.50. Also cafe,
barber abop aud office rooma for rent In tbla !
building. Apply R. O. nOLTZMAN. 1426 New I
T?rfc 5T?. rolP-tf
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WANTED -five thofsand DOLLARS at
?V,: fir?t trust: sUt-e4Sc real estate. Address
1i?i 23|. Star office.
TO LOAN $5.50t? OR LESS AT 0',. ON REAL
estate: not coauuisKion. Send description of
pn.pertr. Address Rot 2.~.2. Star ..fflco. Ja30-.1t*
I.ARflF ANI? SMAI.L LOANS DESIRED-I 1IAVE
a sntrt of money to place on real estate in the
District of Columbia at 5 per cent Ppr annum:
mtj?t he on improved properly, and business
proper!v prefcrr'-d.
WILLIAM CORCORAN HILL.
Ja2f? 3t 1502 H st. n.w.
LOAN OK $2.i5o. ON AMPLE SECURITY. TO
take up first trust for same amount: ?? per cent.
No cpnuniwtona. Address Box 211. Star ofltce.
jaa?-:;t
TO LOAN
$wr>. $1,000. $1,500.
6'r. rrotr.pf persoual" atlentiotv.
1*2?.tf JAMES A. CAIIH.L. I3Q?E St. n rr.
MONEY TO I.OAN
Oo real eitate in District of Columbia.
H. L. REST.
falT-tf.4 60?! 14tb at. n.rr.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR- (
rent rates of interest ou real estate ic tbe Dis
trict of Columbia.
FITCH. FOX * BROWN.
Ilt-tf 1406 G at. n.w.
V "e~HAVF. IN HAND SEVERAL SUMS TO
loau on D. C. real estate. Promrt resile*.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
<ie2? tf
?BCOND TRUST
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
Apy Amount. Lowest Rate*.
NATIONAL LOAN ANT) INV. CO.
THOMPSON BLDG , 703 15TII ST. N.W.
Or?po?lte Treasury. Neit Drjg Store,
re^-tf.g _|
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL
*?tat? at lowest current rates of Interest. Sp"
rial prlTllepes with respect to prior paymenta.
I a rye amounts a specialty. TYLER Sc. RUTH
F.BFORD. 73<- tRtb st. n.'w. fe?-tf.5 _
VON FY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT FROM
t% to V* on D. C. real estate.
? Specia? fv.nd $10.<iOO at 5Cr.
WH' flirtd? into $5.O00.
Ererr crtcsid^ratlon shown borrowers.
THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY.
'Poeoe Main 3862. 907 G at. a.w.
at?17-tf
MONEY tO LOAN ON APPROVED RTvAL ES
'ate: lowest Interest: reasonable charges.
Prompt attention. GEO. W. LINKINS.
deT-tr KK> I9tb st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OT IN
terest on D. C. real estate. No unreasonable
dalay.
. WALTER H. ACKER.
mk? tf.S 1420 P n.*?.
LOANS ON STOf KS. BONDS. LIKE POLICIES,
frusta, bid* assn. shares, syndicate certfa. and
other approved collateral. 50 52 Metaerott
Mdtr-? 1110 V at 'Ptone 517. C. A. BAKER.
ie? tf
MONEY To LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE?
L?west rates of Interest. Payment cm principal j
In amount of $10O or m?re received at any In
terest period. THE K. H SMITH COMPANY. ;
Boad Wdr . 140S New York aTe. a.w. no2-tf ;
Tf" ypl~WA.'.T TO BORROW OR iX?i.N. BUY
or s?"l on real estate. I can save rou time and
cash, as I give personal attention to all deals.
d?6-tf.4 J EAKTN OADSBY. S? lfttll st. n.w.
MEDICAL
DR. FISK ELGIN,
Expert In treatment of private diseases, cbronlc
and acute. Both seies. Consultations confiden
tial. Medicine furnished. Prices m'->derate. Hours,
0 to 1. 3 to S. 1233 Pa. art.; "phone M. 1819.
Ja3-30t*6
EI.EfTR<? VIBRATORY A>D
MET-PAL OITI'TCS.
HO^-4 14th st. n.w.
^pe.-ialist*. NERVOUS 1>ISEASE.S. Diseases I
V ECU LIAR T'' WOMEN. NOSE, THROAT,
LI NGS. KIDNEYS and HEART?
WE CI'KB ALL THAT WE FNDKRTAKE, t
WHATEVER lOFR TRi ; RLE MAY BE. fil.ME
TO IS FOK QUICK RELIEF. Ja21 i-o.lRt.10 ?
Dr.
Sjs-ecifilist, 834 17th St,
21 YEARS' KS3SS?k
Di(-e?s?i' Tl'* Brain aid >?rrous System. Skio.
Blood. H-*?rt. l.lrsr Kidneys Bladder.
Nose rbfitr and Lungs. Stricture. Varlcicaia i
an! Tir^rf-cnl" <rjr*d. So pain No less cf time, j
Plood dl??tse*-- and Disorders of tb* Urtnar/
Orgaos i>r?mrf'? relieved *nd p';rm*cent!y cured
by e<U !3etso*ls. Cbir;;es Vow Free consulta
tion in person or by lotter. Hours: lo to 1 and
S t?( 6: Sundays. 10 to 1 nol2-tf.20
Announcement of
THE LANE ENSTSTUTE ;
Por the frjeotlf- Ra'iona' and Effe'tirr Trest- |
ment and Ct RL OF ALCOHOL. OPIUM
AND MORPHIN! KX<"F?FS.
This tr^atoiert <ii.s>overe?l an'l form ila'ed |
by Dr ?' ?H*-*_ri I.arc ?who has treated orrr t
l.ftOO ? ?>e* ? itb scareely one failure. It requires I
oo "tifl' ?meut or it>terferen--e with th?- patient's
iisua! duties but ts feutle, refreshing and re
inTijnritmr in action
ir IIEAL.-. BT>>S!.S. Ift.llTS AND
transforms.
i "<TS'iltai iwtif free and confident.al. Write ?r
vail for particulars.
M:i;c 2,uj 'J07. F;re Insurance Bldj.,
New YorV aTe . 11 and lSib sts. n.w.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
ia2* 10t?lS
\V. T. BALDIS. F.l> . PH.D. GERMAN Sl'E
i-lalla: on Diseases of the Praln. Nervous Srs
tera, Heart. Kidneys Stocaeb and other Dis
ease* IV-"tor s services and uirdiclne. $2. TaL
M. 2516. Hours. 10 to 1. 4 to f>. S E. cor. 6th
and P n.w. l?U> tf 5
SUBURBAN PROPERTY^
F^? ft SALE?GREAT BARGAIN IN A LOT
frop?inc about ;ki f>. oi? Conn arc ensured:
cratioi.tcK sideaaiks ritv water agd electric
ligats. Address Post Office Bi>\ j^2. jsSl->?t
FOR SALE-' HKAP-ONF 6-ROOM <"0TAGE
m I.'ar;?}?>. Park, on the Laurel car line, price.
>J.300 Vroom beuse. $1,400. Ioc:;lre o{
P. G SA1TP. BfUsrille Md ja30-at*
FOR RENT?NEW A-ROOM FRAME H'">CSE: 2
bl'vks ^o?Jtb of \v.?dridge station: i-Jtv water.
SK. Pf-r month. Keys nest door. T. 3. DrEU
r^'NNE. t-v< 7th n w Ja20-St
COUNTRY PROPERTY.
A VIRGINIA COU'NntY HOME
??f ?-8lne and 1-eauty lo tb<- glori<?ij> Albrmarle
region. 650 a. res. part cleared, part in timber.
Attract!*.- 11 room residence, mod >m cqutp
rr.?-nt. Barns, carriage hoiixes, Everytoing
i? first-class condition. Picturcs?jne envlron
ns'nt. Handsome h- mcs.- ?Hcupi*d by cultured
jH.iptr, !?.->?<? by.
This i> a grist bs-gain. $17."iW.
II. W. IIILLEARY A CO..
fit < harlott-sviUe, Va.
FOE SALE?HOUSES.
| Fun SALE?A CHARMING CORNER ON CO
LLMBIA HEIGHTS.
$9 300
Till* !f /rc of the most delightful locations
in Washington.
A tine Int. 44x115.
10 rooms and t; ftaih*.
HOT-WATER HEAT.
t room* on the first
To see this bow* is ?? like It.
Tiiere arc 1-.ii* few bouses on the H-ifhts
with first floor kitchen. B? qi .ck t? grasp this
cpporiunity to securt one of the fijest at a
verv !???* price.
STONE A FAIRFAX. W42 New York ave.
F? >K SA I F. ?
A SMAI L INVESTMENT PROPERTY s.e.
Prim. SS.Vi. Renting $7.50 mo.
An excellently located hn?y in fin'- renting
>????11011. Sw ill (mlat-littln ooum'3 like these
i ar? snapped up tyiicklv.
STONE A FAIRFAX. I.-.42 New York ave.
for"sTaXe?"a sepaf;atei?{ bViltTiolseon
THE HElt.HTS.
WEcT OF 14TH ST.
?.ooo.
Four rooms deep ej two floors.
HOT-WATER HEAT
I?it 25xlJft to wide alley
lwn'l fail to see this bouse if you wish to
f?"t'ur9 an excellent botao in a high-class neigh
borhood ami at the same tl:ae ?teeitre a bargain
STONF. ,y FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave
i FOR S^XLF.
TllE BF.ST LITTLE HOUSE OFFERED IN
THE NoRTHE.WT I OR THE MONEY.
JLT1.W.
Near IJfh anil Mrl. arc. n.e.
SI* rooms ami bath.
FRONT OF BROWNSTONF. AND BRK'K.
RAY WINDOW.
Wide rear porch: concrete w^lk.
In excellent repair.
STONE. A- FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FUR J*ALE- I
A DOUBLE HOUSE IN MT. PLEASANT.
$7.00t?. ?
A delightful locali in.
Convenient to cars. stores aud churches.
T.ot filxHO.
A well-constructed brick residence. cnuipTlra !
tirely n-'ir. II rooms and modern bath. Owner
having neef| for 11?#> niouev is anxious to sell,
anil has reduced the pri<-e to this low figure in .
order to make a quick sale.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1:142 New York are
FOR SALE TWO ATTUAf"TlYF. NF.W~iIioiSES.
107-10;) Bates st. n.w.: six well-arranged
room?: perfectly appointed tllr??J bath: artistic
mantels and fiitur"*. Open everv dm until dark.
Price. $4.<W0. SMTTil & VOLLAND. Builders I
and Owners, 152H 1st st. n.w. j?Sl-3t*
Foil "s7\LE A 13"PERCENT INVESTMENT ?
2033 Rosedale st. n.e. tnear 2?Hh anil II s!S?.
5-rooni frame. with water: uewly painted and
In perfect condition; rented at ?1<>.30 per mo.:
$!'.Vi to quick purchaser. OWNER. 131 T? N. Y.
ave. n.w. Ja:ui-3t
FOR SALE?ON THE II ElCHTK. WEST OF
14tli st.: rer.r attractive colonial >eg|detice: 1"
room*: 3 Uaths: hot-water heat: front and i
rear stairway; front and rear porches and all j
th?> other modern conveniences; lot 23x125 to j
paved alley. Side litriil. Terms easv.
jalO-oOt L. W. GROOMES. 141t? G st. i
FOi; SALE- LARGE UOCSE DOWNTOWN.
Near McPberw.in Stjunre; "Jo twms: ste.ini
beat: 2."? feet front: with dep lot: eicelicnt
cenditlon: $1S.0<Xl. This is a tine house, and
l>i< value for the money.
MOORE K HHjL Gne.t. 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR Si.VLE?S>1 AIJ. INVESTMENT.
sii-roona two-story brick: in gf?>d repair:
t?ear l ui-m siatioo: rent, $11.50; could be in
erva?ed: SI.700.
MOt>RE Sc IIILL (lor.i. LwO G st. n.w.
FOR SALE-CHEAPEST HOI SE SOFTIIEAST.
location: Kentucky ave.; six-room two
story brirk. with tiled biith; in tin* condition:
only $3,000. This price has beeu greatly re
duced.
MOORE & HILL ilncA. 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE NEAR Dl-'PONT ? IRCLE.
\erj- select ueijrhborhoo?l; on handsome re?
ideftce tborouRhfare;- wide frontage; larze lot:
very cheap projiertv at $11,500.
MOORE A HILL .Inc.i. 1X!3 G st. n*.w.
Ft)lt SALE-VERY WIDE 1IIOI SE.
G'kmI. large old-fashioned-sized rnnms; iarg?
lot; fin" condition: recently papered and paint
ed throughout: Brst-floor kitchcn: handsome
front. Very few to equal this in the- i^tv at
$7,000.
MOORE A- HILL flne.L i;S.'l G st. ti.w.
FUR SALE ? 14TH ST. Hl'SlMij> PROPERTY.
Gorid fri>nta([e; nell rented; ston- aud apart
ments: SuS.000: good value.
MOORE * HILL ilnc,i. 1333 G st. n w.
FOR SALE-NEAR 7TH AND M N.W.
This is a gne*i thln.tr in an i*lsht-roon? two
story brick iouse; ? feet wide: $?,.V*i. G.?d
value.
MOORE & HILL 13i?? O st. n.w.
FOR sale- Washington heights. "
A ten-rooai house, built bv one of the bo#t
builders !d Washington for bis home; hot
. water heat: construction, arrangement, decora
tions and all interior finish exceptional: vi-rv
ejfienfive mantels; superb gas fixture*; trinimeii
in hardwood from fop to bottom: select decora
tions. F.*rry possible feature to enhance \alue
and fo make attractive ha.< been put iu tljJj
property. Offered at the same price that is
a--ked for boij*e* actually costing tb-"isaods of
dollars less. This hou??c i* offered for sale by
the owner, regardless of its ?ost. for $7.2.V>.
MOORE A- TIlLf. ilne.i. 1.TV1 ?} st. n.w.
FOR SALE?IDEAL l.ITTLE HOME"
A beautiful t.|*-room two-stor.v bo?j?e. with
covered fmnt pon-b: large back \ard: furna>.e:
tileii bath: praetlcail>- uew. in perfect repair;
$3,750. The owner "isbe* to leave the city
aud offers It at sacrifice.
MOORE A HILL Inc.i. 14.13 ?; st. n.w.
FUR SALE-^\LVS.sACHrsEl T.S A YEN I E.
N?ar 14th St.. beautiful house, nith 11
n?>tns: -1 fvet wide: bot-wafr heal: .in superb
condition: Slo.000.
MOORE A- H1LI. ? Inc.i. 1333 G st. n.w.
FUR SALE?FOR THE MVS' WHO LOVES THE
COUNTRY.
Northwest from the city: three ncres: grwxl
lawn; fine orchard: pears and grane* In plenty;
poed two-story stable: chicken pens, and even
thing golhg to make up an ideal country bom.:;
nitw rooms: attic: large porches: four open
fireplaces: bath: electric light; heavy atone
foundations: double walls and flo".-s. extra well
finished: select woodwork; 100 feet from trol
ley station: $7,000.
MOORE A HILL <IncA. 1333 G st. n.w
FOR SALE-A BEAFTIFFL VROOM HOFSE
on Comi. ave. extended; hot-water heat; con
crete cellar under entire house: bath aud at
tic; large lot; spacious veranda; grand old!
forest shade trees. ROBERT F. HEATER. !
Colorado building: 'phone Main .">20. Ja^ll-lOt
FOR SALE?
BARNARD A < HiLPRF.PS,
1412 G ?t. n-w.
$,yjwvi?Bryant *t. n.w.; !> rooms and bath; |
furnace beat: hardwood fluieh tbrmigljout.
with 1d? oak mautels.
$5,250?Another one on Bryant st.. coutaining j
S rfioms and bath; furnace heat: gas and,
eler-trlc fixtures. House in excellent ?.on- j
ditiou.
$? ,V)0?West of : tth ;iikI soijth of S st. n.w..
two storr and cellar bay-window brick,
containing -S rooms and bath. A bargain
at the i>rlce.
$t,3.V??A new house on the Heights: fi rooms
and tiled bath: furnace heat; can be bought
on easy terms.
$i.:;.V> -On Adams st. r..w.. fi rooms and tiled
bath; furnace liejit; 20-ft. front l?it to
alley.
$3,fc50--!>th st. s e., near Pa. ave.; h rooms
and bath, with a two-story brick stable:
_ corner of ::llci.
$3,500 -I* st. n.e.. near North < apitol: B rooms
and bath: bay-window br.eL, with cellar;
house iu tlr;t-cias:; conditlou.
$::..".ort- a good investment; t?o c r<v?m brh Ws
ou Liuden st. u.e.: rented for
$2,J?0ft?Ge.vgi.i ?ve s ?? ? Dew hoijfe contain
ing ?? rot>u3s aud bath, furnace heat: s-ide
PglitS.
$2,"50?C St. s.e. near r-tb: brick dwelling
renting for $17.50. Corner of albj-. \
get.<j invtstmeni.
. ^ /-BARNARD A- CH1LDRFS?. *
,ls3J.eSu-3r 1412 G sr c w.
FOR h'ALE- " ~?
A RARE BARGAIN.
House with stone front and bav window con
taining 12 rooms and bat'n. situa'" on prom
inent street, two squares from Dapont Circi< -
c-.st owner $15,000.
This property must be sold, aud anv reason
able ofl.>r will he submitted.
AY1LLUM CORCORAN lillJU
1502 H st n.w.
FOR SALE ~ ~
A CORNER HOI SK IN RLOOMINGDALE.
Price reduced to $|.<K*>.
Attractive front of browiistone and brick.
Nine elegant, lorge rooms and bath.
Four rooms on the first door.
NEW FI RNA< E.
Every rooni a from room.
Mmy hioo paid more for six-room bouses in
a row. less desirable than this one
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1.-.43 New York ave
ja2A-3t
F0R~SALF. - ? ~~
A fine new house sp??~iallr adanted for nrtist
dancing teacper. niujtic teacher ot educational
classes: I? rooms, bath, cellar and lergc o,iv...
reonj: bot-wjter beat: onper amiomj lo'^eii
C?ll. ejamine and submit oflfer
GEO. W. LINK INS. $00 10th st n w
J?2fi-3t
FOR SALE- ^COLORED! RARE ?"HAXCE TO
purihaee a home. m.'. S et will be soid on
S easy teruis. Call at offlce for information
i ja2n-?'t ? ? HAS. E. BANES. lSl F st.
, FOR SALE-IF YOF \RF T.OOKING FOtTT
home HERE IS TOFR CHANCE, at ?he uw
corner o( "5tb sn<l U s's. n.w.. opposite Wesr
era Hifib SeljooJ. price only $3,250 high lo
cation i onvenlent to street cars: lot 60 hr
i IJ0; two-?tory f re roe in good ord-r; 8
and bath; s-able m r-ar; 7.300 f? of ,rou$
terws to suit THEODORE FRIEBcI 182u
Now York ave. u.sr.. H*>ow 26. Washin-tou,
! ? ? i Jh 25- 41
(FOR SAIJS-HAYK YOtJR OWN H0Ml""i7fTlt
a. cording to your own Ideas, for nur inllT'd
FOR SALE?ON Q ST. NEAR 2J?Tli ?> ^r,\r>v"
7 room brick dwelling cr!|ar jicelaTn bath
| -de lot. with fide alley; sidc il'hts south
and <jst espc*ures: goiai as it corn i ; ,.Veeed
iuglv -.veil b.ii't and In g,vK| rep-,I, : r.on-r?i
dent o?ner ^ays sell at oece [i,v S-i l'n
_teni.s. H. I., rf.st ins l ijm, nt._jxjr. tf r'
I ' tv h.SA, ,: ,TV>'-' ' LII FROI RNE PCACE
i ^ ?-hington Heights e'
i ^ ,l J. 11. MILLER. J304 F.
for sale?houses. |
Foi: SAT.K?ARTIST'S ilOMK. l"W MASS AVrJ
n.w.; bouse. studio and stable; $20.1)00; eaay I
terms: 1J room*. H toilet rooms. .1 baths. Ad
dress oncer. ROBERT IllXCkLEY. premises.
an?-tf
l OR SALE HH; SACRIFICE.
1417 HARVARD ST. NW.
BE.VL'TIFl I. MODERN HOL'SE. WEI '. R1 ILT.
SOT Til FRONT: U STORIES:*' ROOMS.
OPEN DAILY FA1.L AND INSPECT.
ja2."? tf..*i
for" SALE -TuTTTiNKJ-T YET: 1 NJCJ''AJ*,'Y
haiidsotiv now "-slovy brick house. 1W" >rw- '
ton st. ti.w. 'iprn> of F *' car*. Mt Pleasant. ,
then "tie bIo? k west, one block north": !< ajwii- j
did roams; tiled bath; HOT-WATER HEAT;!
KITCHEN ON MAIN FCOOR: laundry tubs; j
hardwood finish: tnost attractive i* every I
na*: $7.15? niart cash. balance trusti.
WILLIGE. filB^S ft DANIEL A 003 13TIL
i*27-<".t, _ _
FORRENT BUSINESS PROPERTY
l"oR~ UEN'F?THE FOI n"lb STORY STORE. ;
vitii clw ?-?11 !n~ apartments a love, <25 lltb ft.
n.w. "
L. W. GROOMES, 1110 G Kt. Mala
jnSl -f.m. w-i.ttt
FOR sale^BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SAFE OR RENT??2?? MASS*. AVE.: SMT
able for an apartment liouse or any bus: lies*
requiring large space. A. T. COlMBF.- 1425
New York ave.
F<>K SAl.K WE HAVE SEVERAL AlTKAtT
lve business properties nn<l also sou." good and
inexpensive small houses: g<.wl investment.
TYLER & RUTHERFORD Unc.), 73o 151 a st. I
jal l-21t*
legal NOTICES.
M'f'RKMK CMFRT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia. Holding; a Probate Court. No. ltf'7S.
Administration. This is to jrive notice: 'I hat
ibe subscriber*. of the District of Columbia,
have obtained fr.>ni the ProKito Court of lb"
District <" Columbia b-ltei* testamentary on the
estate of Thomas A. Rover, late of the District
of Columbia. deceased. All persons having ?
claims against the deceased are hereby named j
to exhibit the same. with the voucher* thereof. I
legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or
before the 23d day of January, A. D. 11*'!#.
otherwise they ni*y by law be esclnded from all
!>enetlf of said estate, tiiven under our bauds
this 29th day ??f Januarv. 10:>8.- MARY E.
ROVER. ?!? I st. n.H.: AMERICAN SBCFR1TY
AND Ilti ST COMPANY. By JAMES F. HOOD.
Secretary. (Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER.
Register, of W ills f?>r the District of Columbia.
Clerk of ihe lYobstc Court. ALEXANDER 11
BE I I. aud WM. A. MCKENNEY, Attorneys.
jaUl-law.Sf
;
SI 1'RE.MK t'OFRT OF I'llE DISTRICT OF
Columbia. Holding a Probate Court. No. 14SJK>.
Administration. This is to give uotiee: That
the subscriber, of ihe District of Columbia. has
obtained frooi th<- Probate Court of the District
cf Columbia letters of administration ou the
estate ?>f Georgewnna Dishman. sometimes known
as tjeorgoanna BoSvles. late of (the District of
Columbia. deceased. All persons having claims
acainst the deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same. with, the vouchers thereof, legal
ly authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before
the 2S?tb <ftiy of January. A. D. 1{*?>, otherwise
they may b,r law be excluded from all Iwneflt
of said estate. Given under mv baud this 2!?th
dat of January. I?0$. J ILIA BUTLER. l?t?
Waverly place n.w. (Seal.) Attest: JAMES
TANNER, Register of Wills for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. R. R<>SS
PERRY A- SON. Attorneys. ja.11-law.3t
SFPRKME COl'RT OF THE IMSTRICT OF
Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.?No. 147!?3.
Administration.?This is to give notice: Tbat
th>- subscriber, 'if the District of Columbia, has
obtained from the Probate'Court of the District
of Columbia letters testamentary on the estate ,
of Margaret I-. Btickelew, late of the District of;
Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims
aeaiu*t the deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legal
ly authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before
the loth day of January. A.D. 180ft: otherwise
they may by law la* excluded from all benefit of
said estat?. Given under mv hand this ltoh dav
of January". l??Os. HENRY COTHEAL EVANS,
ftlS lttth St. n.w. iSeal.t Attest: JAMES TAN
NEB. Register of iVills for the District "f Co
lumbia. Clerk of* the Fp<batc Court. F. II.
STEPHENS. Attorney. jal7-law.3t .
GEO. FRANCIS WILLIAMS. SOLICITOR. ?IN
the Snpreme Court of the District of Columbia.?
William II. Mef'ray. Complainant, v. John R.
Tucker et al.. Ttefendanrs. Eqnitv No. 2753?. -
The object of this suit is to establish the title
oi the complainant against the defendants by
adverse possession to lots twenty i2<m, twenty
one i2D and twe'jtv-two t22i in Henry A. Wil
lard's recorde<J s'lbdivtsion of square one hun
dred and fl.'ty-one OSl?. in the city of Washing
ton. District of Columbia. On motion of the
complainant, it is this 17th day of Jauuary,
1A0S. ordered that the defendants, JobVi R.
Tne.ker, Laura Tucker. II. Tudor Tucker, Fanny
Bland Graham, J. R. Craham. Msrr T. Magiii.
Evelina Powell. W. I.. Powell. Virginia Edwards.
Jobu E. Edwurtis. Ellxabetb Dallas Tucker. Vir
ginia B. Tucker. Dallas Tucker. Hattle A. Tuck
er. Cassic D. Brov.n, Jo'un Thompson Brown,
John R. Tucker. Emma B. Tucker. Evelina T.
Lucas, D. B. Lucas, Nannie ,s. McI^aughllU. I.
Fairfax McLaughlin. St. Oeorge Tucker Br<joke.
Mary B. Brook". Frank J. Brooke, tiav Rentley
Brooke, D. Tucker Brooke, Lucy Iliggins Brooks,
Henry L Bp">oke, Elizabeth D. Brooke, I^aura
BeverD Bedlnger. Evcreit W. Bedlnger, Eliza
beth Gilm<*r Tucker. St. George Tueker, Walker
Gilmer Tucker. Lixzie Edwards Tucker. Evelina
Tucker. I.ney Richardson. Robert B. Richardson.
Annie Tyler. Lyon ??. Tyler. Ellxa Taylor Tucker.
Alfred D. Tucker. Cynthia B. T. Coleman.
Charles W. Coleman. B. tit. George Tucker,
Eliza C. Tncker. Fannie B. B T. Taliaferro,
Julia Clark Tucker. Nathaniel Beverly Tucker.
William F. I'. Tucker. John R. Bryan. Delia
Page. John Tt. Page. Fanny C-armlebael. f;. w.
?"armichael. Georgia B. Grinnan, A. G. Grlnnan.
John R. Brjau. Jr.. Margaret It. Bryan. St.
Geotge Tucker. C. Bryan. Joseph Btran, Isabel
S. Bryan. C. B. Bryan. Mary S. C. Bryan. Fanny
Bland Browu. U. l'err<5nueuni Brown. Virginia ?.
Braxton. St. Gerrgc Tucker Coalter. Ellis Tuck?r,
Jam** Tucker. Beverly Tucker, Jane S. Tucker.
Maggie Tucker. Ada B. Lcnis Tucker. Virginia
Tucker. Virginia I .owls Tucker. Francis M.
Tncker. Marv Thornton Tucker and Nathaniel
Beverly Tucker, cause th'ir appearance to be eu
tered heroin on or before the fortieth day. ej.
elusive of Sundays and legal holiday?, occurring
after the date of the first publication of this
order, and that the defendants, the unknown
heirs, devisees or alienees of sech of the above
named defendants tbat are dead, and the un
known heirs, devisees f.r alienees of Thomas Tu
'Vor Tucker. cau*-'? their appearance to be entered
herein on or before the first rule day occurring
five weeks after the first publfention of this
order, good cause for fixing such time having
been shown t<> the satisfaction of the court;
otherwise the cnu>e will be proceeded with as in
case of def^nlt. Provided, a copy of this order
be published once a <t>?k in five successive week*
prior to s-aid return day in the Washington Law
Reporter and The Evening Star. ASHI^E\ M
GOFLD. Justice. (Seal i A true copy - Test: J.
R. YOLNG. Clerk. By AY MS. F- LEMON. A?st.
Clerk. , ial7-la w.ot
european^resortsT"
NAPLES, IT|LY.
-
NAPLES, "The Savoy.'
First-cUss family hotel; uurivaled posit ion on the
bay: in.guietest and most fasbionablequarter. Book
)et from Town and Conntry. 4th are.. N. Y.
"OCEAN TRAVEL
$5(D) to Europe
and up. FIRST CLASS, BY THE
SSS2S* '* following Lines:
"AMERICAN LINE.
PLYMOFTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAM pton.
PHI LA DELPIII A?ijF EE!f STOWN- LIVERPOOL
AtSainitic Transport Line.
NEW YORK?LONDON DIRECT.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-ANTWERP- PARIS.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK ?QFEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
TLYMOI TII?CHF.RBOORG?SOFTHAMPTON*.
BOSTON?QFF. EN STOWN?LIVERPOOL.
ITALYJ^. EGYPT
V!a Azorvs. Madeira. U<l>ralt?r, Algiers.
CEDR3C I 15. 10 a.m.
Romanic Feb 1 a m : Mar. 14, Apr. 25
Csaopic Feb. -2, 2 f> ui.; Apr. 4. May 16
Republic ...Mar. 7. uood; Apr. 18
Cretle. .Mar. Js, noon: Mav i>. Jun? 30
?WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 V ST. N.W.
R M. HICKS. Pa.i>euger Agent.
_mh21-d.eSu :il2'
Tours to JAMAICA, Panama.
CO B Spanish Main, Trinidad, fitr
INDIES badocf, W'udward Islands,
el -.. 12 to .V; days, to ^240.
At rata Feb. S Oroya Mar. 7
Trent Feb. 22 Tagus Mar. 21
Luxurious Steamers of 0,000 tons.
'1 lie Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
SANDERSON A SON. 22 State ?t . New \or?.
FOSTER DEBEVOISE. Fiatiron Uldg., New York.
It. M. HICKS. 1300 F st. n.w.
nol.Vf.m.w.tf.20
SJP^.AND LP. FIRST CLASS, ACC0R0IN0
?lUjlO STEAMER AND DESTINATION.
KtGFLAR SAILINGS BY STEADY. MODERN
AND LFM FIOFS LEVIATHANS
Lordoim ? Fans = Iriainnilbors:
P Lincoln .. Peb. 1 Kaiaerin ^n?wi..r?b. 13 I
?Penotylvacia .. Feb. s *Pret'>na Feb. 2#
?Sails to Hamburg dijreet.
Gibraltar?Naples?Genoa
Hamburg Feb. 1-V^ceaoH ,\pr
Hamburg Mar. ..1 Molike Apir. 2
A levunrlri-t lose couuectiou made at Naplea
Aiexanuua c)th L-sjrpUlI1 M#JI (U(!W ^ur.
iHuej steamer: of 12,000 tons.
T<-\iir-s. An I live 10"2 From Ji:ji.
lourb Cie LUM lucluUiug all shore
e.\penscs.
N:i_ Bookings made for trips up the Nile
" - io I.usoi . Assouan, etc., by the 11am
! Service l'u's ;,n'" Anglo-Am. Nile Co.
TRAVELERS' CHECKS IsWI.ED.
COMPANY S OEI'M.'K, :t.*. ::7 BUOADWAV. N. Y.
F.. F. DFOOP & SONS, W2D PA. AVE.
i
I
OCEAN TRAVEL.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Fast Express Scrvice.
PLYMOUTH-CHF.RBOl BO?BREMEN?M A. 51.
K. W'bj. II Feb. 4'Kronprlnr wm .Mar. H
?*>i-ilie mew >... Feb. IS, Kaiser Wm. II.Mar. 31
K. Win. II Mar. 3; Kaiser Apr. 1
CecllR <t?ew> Mer. t7< Cecille ?oew*., Apr. 14
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PI.YMt?lTH -CHERBOURG?BREMEN?10 A.M.
?Bnrbarnssn fob. 11 Buelow.... May 21 j
?Bm luirosss. . . .Apr. 2.1 Barbarossa May 2* .
I.wtiow Apr. 80 l.uetrow... ^....June 4j
Knrfuerst May 14 Bremen.. June 11 i
?Bremen dlre.-t.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA. AT !l A.M.
Connecting at Gibraltar' for Algiers.
K- Albert. ...: .Feb. 9 K. Lulae Mar. 14
*Nerkar i->b. 13 'Neckar Mar. 21;
P. Irene "...Fab 29 K. Albert Mar. 2S
Filedricb Mir. 7 P. Irene Apr. 4
?Om:ts Genoa.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD TRAVF.LERS'
CIIKCKS GOOD ALL OVER THR WORLD.
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. Y.
E. F. DROOP & SONS CO.. 025 PENNA. AVE.
fe2-312f.eSn
FRENCH LINE.
COM P AG NIF. G EN ER ALE T RA NSATLANTIQDB
D.rect Line to Harro?Paris (France).
^ailins every Tbnr?day at 10 a m. from
Pier No. 12. NortU River. foot Morton at.. N. T.
?La Savoie Feb. ???La Touralne.. Feb. 2?
?I.a Lorraine...Feb. 13.*La Savoie.... March 5
La Brt'tague. ... Feb. 20 *I.a Provence..:larch 12
?Tn-in srf\y steamers.
GEORGE W. MOSS. 1411 G ST. N.W.
mhl-305t -
CUNARD LINES.
From Piers r>l-fi2-54. North River.
TO LIVERPOOL via QUKKNSTOWN.
Passengers booked through to LONDON ft PARIS.
Special Low Saloon Rates to Europe.
SECOND CLASS. #31.25 AND UPWARD.
THIRD CLASS. $17.V) AND UPWARD.
Campania. Feb. 1. 7 am|Ktrurist Feb. 22
I.n<si??iii?i.. Feb. S. IO am'Carina via..' Feb. 26
Luranla...Feb. 13. 7 am,Campania Feb. 20
Ll'SITANIA. FEB. 8. at $72.50. tlrat cltu.
MAURETANIA. March 7. at $72.50. (Irst c>M.
Largest, Fastest. Finest In the World.
Hungarian-American Scrvicc
TO FIUME. VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE.
SLAVON1A Mar. 12. Apv. 30. June IS
PANNONIA Mar. 20. May 14. July 2. Aug. 20
CARPATHIA Apr. ft. May 28. July 10
SPECIAL MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES.
CALLING AT MADEIRA.
I aronia \ Iel, 190g. 4 Alexandria
2<>.000 tons. J L
Vernou IJ. Brown. Gen'l Agent. 21-24 State at.,
N. Y.. Opposite tbe Battery.
Or 126 Starr St., Bostou. Mas*.
G. W. MOSS. Agent. 1411 G at. n.w.. Washington.
felC-lyr.pSu
When in Europe
Have your mail addressed rare tbe London offlcs |
of Tbe Washington Star. No. 3 Regent Street, I
London, England. If desired. mall will b* fo?- |
warded to .all imrts oT Eurone and tbe Contl- .
uent. Tourists are requested to register at onr
office upon reaching London.
Washington Star London Office,
No. 3 Recent St.
de20-t?
RAILROADS.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
N. B.? Following schedule figures publlsBed
only ?s information and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta. Birmingham. Mobile, New Or
leans. Asheville, Chattanooga. "Memphis, 9:00
a.m. and 11:00 p.m. dally. ?
For1 Roanoke. Knoxvllle, Chattanooga, Mam*
pbls New Orleans. 10:15 p.m. dally.
For Savannah. Jaeksonrllle and Florida points,
4:10 p.m. daiiv.
For Columbia. Charleston. Aoguata. Aiken.
4:10 p.m. ami 51:50 p.nu dally.
Tourist rara for California triweekly. 4:10 p.m.
Local for Harrisonburg, 8:05 a.m. daily. 4:15
p.m. week dags: for Danville, 8:0$ a.m. dally,
and for Charlottesville. 8:QB a.m. and 4:65 p.m.
dull;.. Frequent traius to and from Rluemont.
L.\?. BROWN. Oeoerel Agent.
TICKET OFFICE. 1421 PENNA. AVE.
NOTICE- Following schedule not guaranteed.
11:05 A.M. DAILY?Sea board Mall. Through
coaches and Pullman sleepera to Savannah and
Jacksonville. Through sleeper Wrsblngton to
Hamb>t and Hamlet to Atlanta. Parlor car to
Plneburft. Dining Cars.
7:25 P.M. DAILY-Seaboard Florida Limited.
Solid Pullman train through to Jacksonville and
St. Auguftlge. Also through aieroera to Pine
burst Atlanta, Birmingham and .xfeaipbls. Din
ing Car*.
9:30 P.M. DAILY?Seaboard Expreas. Coaches
and Pullmans to Savannah and Jackaonville.
R. H. STANSELL. District Passenger -.gent.
. Atlantic Coast Line.
January 6. 1908.
Notice.?These departures and connections are
not guaranteed.
4 20 a.m. daily-Through coaches aijd sleeping
cars to Jackt?pville.
:;:4"> p.m. daily?Sleeping cars to Jacksonville
and Port Tamr>a. Ha.; Augusta, Oa.: Charleston,
S. f.. and Wilmington. N. C. Through coarhea
to .laeksouville. UNEXCELLED DINING CAR
SERVICE.
8:10 p.m. daily, except Sunday?PAMODS
"NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL." solid
TRAIN, between NEW YORK and ST. AUGl'S
TINK. Composed ENTIRELY of PULLMAN
DINING. DRAWING ROOM-SLEEPING. COM
PARTMENT. LIBRARY and OBSERVATION
CARS. Lighted throughout by electricity and
heated by steam.
For tickets and all Information aptriy at tha
OFFICE OF THE LINE. 1419 NEW YORK
AVENUE NORTHWEST. AND UNION STATION.
GEO. P. JAMES, D. P. A.. Washington. D. 0.
T. C. WHITE. (1. P. A. W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M..
Wilmington, N, C
NOTE.?Published only as information, and not
guaranteed.
4:00 P.M.?C. ? n LIMITED. daily-Faat vesti
bule train. Pullman sleepers to Louisville,
Cincinnati. Jnd'anapolls. Chicago and St.
Louis. Connection for Virginia Hot Springs i
Pullman curs Louisville to Nashville. Mem- 1
phis and New Orleans. Dining cara. a 1% I
carte strrJce.
11:10 P.M.?F. V. V LIMITED, dally --Pullman
sleepers to Cincinnati.. Lexington and Lonla
vllle. Compartment sleeping car to Virginia
Hot Springs veek days. Dining car, 11 la
carte service. Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to
Chicago and St. Louis and Louisville to Mem
phis, Nashville and New Orleans.
Reservation* and tickets at 513 Pennsylvania
avenue, 609 14th street and new Union station.
Telephone Main 73SO for Washington Terminal
Cab Service, and Main 1066 or 2206 for C- & O.
Ticket Office.
Baltimore and Ohio R. R.
LEAVE NEW UNION STATION.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
"EVERY OTHER IIOCR ON THE ODD HOUR"
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK
NEW TERMINAL. 23D STREET. NEW YORK
*7.iv) a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor.
to on a.m. Buffet. Parlor. 5-hoar Train.
|'>.o> a.ni. Diner and Pullman Parlor Oar.
til.00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
?1.00 p.m. I?lner and Pullman Parlor Car.
?8.00 p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullman. 5 ha.
+4.00 p.m. CoaoheB to Philadelphia.
?5.00 p.m. Dluer and Pullman Parlor.
?800 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?11.30 p.m. Sleepers.
?2.52 am. Sleeper*.
ATLANTIC CITY, t7.00. *0.00. fll-00 a.m..
tl.oo. oo p.m
ANNAPOLIS, wk day;. 8 00 a.m.'. 12-05 noon,
4.45, 6.O0 p.m. Sundavs 8:Sn n.m.. 5:30 p.m.
' EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR."
(Week davs, 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.)
TO BALTIMORE.
?2.52. tS.OO, t?-30. *7 00. *7.20, tS.00, *8.30.
?0.00. +9.30. ?lO.OO, '11.00 a.m.. 112.00, 11205,
?1.00, ?1.15, t2.0?\ ?3.00. ?.?, J.1.30, t4.00,
?4.45. *5.00. it.0Z *5.30, +6.00. *6.30. t7.00
?8.00, "fD 30. ?10.0O. ?J0 35. Ml.30, *11.35 p.m.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO. *0.10 a.m.. *1 22, *5.30 p.m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS and LOUISVILLB,
?9.10 a.m., *4 05 p.m.. *12.40 night.
PITTSBURG. *9 10 a m-. *1.22, *M0 oa.,
?12.30 night.
CLEVEI?AND. *9 10 rm.
fOLUMBrs. ?r. w p.m.
WHEELING. *9.10 a m . ?5 3? p m
WINCHESTER. +9 10 a.m.. f4.0S. f5 00 p m.
FREDERICK. t8.2?>. 1910, ?918 a.m.. 11.30,
t4.0o. t5.45 p.m.
IIAGERSTOWN. +9.10 a n*-, t5 00 P nj
?Dnily. tEicept Stwdav. ISnnday only.
TFLEPHONES at followiiis Tleket Ofli<-ea: 1417
G St. N.W., Muln 1591: 619 Pennsylvania Avn.,
Main 27S. Ne^v Union Station -Ticket Office,
Main 73SO. Information Rwreau. Main 7S80?
EDUCATIONAL.
IJ| WASHU*C.TOS,
PRIVATE DANCING LKSSO'ns. T-Oc; WALTZ
and twf.-step guarsnteed in i? lessons; class. $1
im ntb: ballroom for rent, $r: to $?">. Address,
with stamned cuvelop*?, Bot 101, Stsr office.
jc3> 12t*eSu
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL.
Classes, ail grades, aud private lessons: prac.
tlcal coaversatlon method for adults: trial fms
M'LLE V. PRUD HOMMt. -14 Ind. a*a.
"c3-tf.eSu.4 (car lines).
FRIENDS SCHOOL .
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. 2>TH YEAR.
Second Term Begins Tebruary I.
Prlmar". Intermediate and High School Depart
meets Prepares for CqiUge. Strong corps of
eitffrienrt-d t> i tiers. Modern In method and
equtpm^nt.- New building. gymuaJlnm. play
grounds, lanchroom. manual training.
THOS. W. SIDWELL, Principal.
Ja19 tf.l* isftft-1817 f at. n.w.
TRAYER'S
BUSINESS COLLEGE,
11TH AND F STS. N.W.
"A GOOD SCHOOL"
Now open day and night. Individurl Instruc
tion in Shorthand. Typewriting. Bookkeeping.
lUnklitg. Oivil Service ?pd other branches. Tui
tion, Day School, $12 per month: Jtlght School.
$<">. Trial month to annleoU row enrolling. All
griiliiati-s guaranteed situations. Write 6r call
for catalogue. \ Jal4-tf,12
EDUCATIONAL.
IK WASHINGTON.
m
N.VS Bl'SINBKS COLLEGE- ?B AJk.
U-IS-A MONTH?#3?$5 V*J
,, __ Civil Service preparation Nl*at.
U Shorthand. Typewriting. Bookkeeplog. etc
?o?-tf.4 .
HalL-noyes school.
D*Y AND NIGHT- ADULTS AND CHILDREN.
Regular fliwt. graded nnd high. prep*rlB? >W ,
s?&
W7RA&tMAN^tfeALLa,ATMPrt^p.1.
rhoM Mala ?7T. W1 K .t. *.w.
? rfvlTiXl _
ST RoSEH I^DL'STRIAL SCHOOL.
v 202^ O *t. ?.w. !
We ore t}6w prejwred to (til orders for ladlea
? n.i misses' gown*, coat suit#. wraps; atoo ell
kinds of fine sewlnz. ladies' and lnt?ot? trous
?mm. etc. For further Information apply to
? bove addre?a. ae21-tf
SHortnand & Typewriting
We teach Pltmaa. Graham, Gregg. Rareea and
the Syllable systems. 75 to 1W> nerds per mla
ote In 1W hours guaranteed. Positions provided
for onr pupil*. Catalogue free.
STENOGRAPHIC ACADEMY. Colorado Bid*.
M.IO-tf.6
723 I4th
st. n.w.
The Berlitz School
of Languages,'
RECENT AWARDS:
ST. LOCIS EXPOSITION. 19.4. uRAND P*'i?
LIEGE EXPOSITION. 1905. GRAND PRIZE
PreOcli. German. Spanish. Italian, English, etc.
Native Teacher*.
TRIAL LESSON FREE. i
School open all the year from 9 a.m. to 9 P.m. j
aelO-tf PROF. A. GONARP. Principal- ]
OUT OF WASHINGTON. j
MONTROSE. A HFLECT HOARDING FCHOOL i
" in th?* counirr for cirls anil small boys; Bum
t>er limited to tw^ntr; term* moderate. Ail- t
drea* Mia* HARPEY. Clarksville. Md. Jal-tf.4
* PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
MRS. JENNINGS,
ElXfcfcflON. GRACE. VOICE CULTURE.
Bcsldeiice, 1450 Newton at. Studio. 1212 F at.
Phone North 2848. 'Phone Main 5690.
ja2.V0tV> '
BREATH IS LIKE: SINGING IS RE RATH
controlled, attuned, applied. Old-fashioned
music school. Rudiment*, singing i.nd Piano
taught MME. .T. ESPUTA DALY. 1128 F at.
n.e. 'Phone Lincoln 4<*-M. JaSUISt*
B. PRANK QEBEST,
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE.
Popil of BARTH. SCHARWENKA,
MOSZKOWSKY. Studio, 1327 14th at. aw.
?e!4-tf,5
MltS. 7. HKNDRICK80N Mc( ARTY.
Teacher of piano. Pupils thoroughly prepared
for advanced cotaserratory work. Special at- .
fntion to beginners and those out of practice. j
*>7 3d n.e. _ Jail-2St*eSu |
WINTER RESORTS!
ATLANTIC CITY. N. .1.
HADDON HALL,
ATLANTIC. CITY. N. .T.
iDslallinp SEA WATER iO all private and pub
lic bathrooms. _ .
FIFTY STATIONARY WASH STANDS IN BED
CHAMBERS.
Sl'2er^!^tr"''diSTuppiN<r^r.
Hotel Lamborn, U'li"u
Open all year. ' Private baths. Elevator to
street. Steam beat. Booklet. , . O. C. MILLER.
?Ja-'ll-30f.4
HOTEL IROQUOIS. ~
Ocean end South Carolina a?e.; best location.
Capacity. 400. Private baths, sun parlors, ele
vator to street, etc. Special, *10 up weekly.
Open all the year. Booklet. W. F. 8HVW.
J?2??-30t?
RflO Grande,sew Yorkiv. and Beach;
American and European plan:
elaborate cuisine; extremely low winter rate*.
Ja25HOt.4 _
THE HOLMHURST,
Peonsvivania eve.. near beach- Unobstructed
ocean' view. Private **aths: e?*-lonary wash
stands. with hot and cold rannlu^ wa'er.,19 ?>??.?
rooms. Elevator to street leve. caps. ity. .?x>.
Open all the year. Hotel elcctrlc coaca meets
trains. Literature upon re<ju<?st.
j,2ti ?-".MO HENRY DAR.' P f.L.
fillttlTK, MllEI&toEiOii
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J
America's Greatest All-Year Resort.
ja24-38t.4. . ^
The St. Charles,
ATLANTIC CITY. N, J.
Most select location on the ocean frsnt. Dis
tinctive for its elegance, exclusiveucas. h.ch
class patronag>- and liberal management. Sea
water in aU baths. Dluatrated booklet^
Jal8-30t NE^LIN HAINES.
flfiarlboronab=Blcnbctm
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
JOSIAH WHITE Se SONS, Proprietors.
Ja5-?5t.5
CM ALFONTE
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
ia4 tf.eSu
Hotel .DemeSs
The bouse with an unobstructed ocean view.
Hot tod cold sea water In private baths.
Ja0-tb.f.ro.tu.30t.8 WALTER J. BL'ZBY.^
NewQarton,
Coach meet? train. Elevator to street le?eL
Booklet. 8. K. BONIFACB.
lal.V30t.4 .
" SEASIDE HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.
On the ocean fropt; every comfort, including
?ea-water baths, elevators, golf. etc.
Jail 3?H-g F- P. COOK A SON.
Berkshire Inn,
JJ ? .15 w?U,. C.PJCI.J.
mU-JM
WANT GREY TO SPEAK
Britain's Position in Case of a
Japanese Breach.
Special Cablegram to The Slar.
LONDON. January 31.?If Sir Edward
Grey Is not too oppressed with ?responsl.
bility to make it possible for >him to ad
dress a public meeting, it would obviously
bo a very good thing for him to inalte a
statement as to whether, in the event ol
hostilities between the United State3 and
Japapj. England W<juld feel bound under
the Lansdowne-Balfour treaty to take
sides with Japan. In the original treaty
the alliance was strictly limited to the
maintenance of the integrity of China and
Manohuria and the defense of Great
Britain's Indian possessions.
The revised treaty has a more extended
scope, and many jurists of repute inter
pret It as imposing on. Great Britain th<
obligation to support Japan against th
Urlted States. It is plain that in thr
United States the disposition and inten
tions of Great Britain in such a contin
gency as that mentioned are being very
directly questioned. The tone and action
of the English press and financial institu
tions during the recent Wall street scare
had already left a disagreeable impression
in America, so that this Japanese prob
lem is being discussed from ratiher a dis
illusioned point of view.
The Times the other day opened a dis
cussion on the two-power standard for
the navy on the hypothesis that the
United States and some other power might
be found opposed to Great Britain. Now
is <hft moment for Sir Edward Grey to
give *;omc proof of that firmness and fore
sight with which h?, has been so long
Credited.
MAY CUT MINERS' PAY.
Depression Blamed for Light Demand
? for Coal.
NEW YORK. January 31.?It was re
ported yesterday that the representatives
of the soft coal companies who have their
main offices in New York may have to
follow tho example of the Pittsburg opera
tors and rcduce wafes at the mines if
the present poor demand for soft coal con
tinues. They were inclined to believe that
something might happen to stimulate the
demand between nom- and the end of
March, when the .operators and the repre
sentatives of the miners get together. If
not they believe the miners' wages would
be reduced about 6 cants a ton min-d
or there would have to be a shutdown.
C. J. Wittenberg, president of th* Poca
hontas and New River Coal Company,
Raid lie believed the worst of the business
depression was over and factories and
sm^ltiK works were beginning to move
again, out it wogld t?k?> a long time to
restore former conditions. Before tlv>
bank failures began last fall, he said,
when business was boomiiig. the mines
ronld hardly-supply the d^^mand for soft
coal.
LOAN COMPANIES.
Mde entrance oo Rth at. PrlTsi* ?4k*?.
Mooey at 3%.
Large or small
sums promptly loaned
on Diamonds, Watches
or Jewelry. Easy terms.
Monty Loaned Salaried People.
HORNING, 9th <& D,????'?<
ls31-l?1
Money Loaned Salaried People
and others, without security; easy p*TiB?ntn
oAeee in <w principal eitlwe; *a^e yourself
money by getting my term* first. D. If. TOL
MAN. Room SOfl. 5X3 IStb st. n.w. itoHt-rf.g
-ON
Furniture, Pianos, Organs,
Horses, Wagons, Salaries,
Most Anything.
At lower rste* of Interest tbto any loan com
psny In the city, and without any red taoe.
We are au o\de*tsbHshed company, with no
limited capital, and strictly private, up-to-date
offlcee.
Potomac Guarantee Loan Co.,
oas r street n.w..
2d Floor. Slater BcWJlng.
d?24-tf.y>
Why Pay 110 Per Cent
WHEN TOD CAN GET
Money at 3 Per Cent
Oo Your Furniture or Piano?
No ohsrge for drawing tip paper*. Nothing
recorded or published. Absolutely no publicity.
No delays. We never lose a customer, because
they are ail saiistled to deal where they ran get
the* lowest rati-* and most liberal terms. Remem
ber, this Is the rate allowed pawnbrokers by
law. The pawnbroker holds the security. We
do not disturb It. but allow you to keep It la
your possession. You bare both money and Se
curity. Do n?t bo fooled by the coaling ada of
other companies. They claim lowest rates, but
we can offer you rates and terms that will show
you bow exorbitant tbelr charges are.
'Am <ss uinw. wiy/if
THOMPSON BLDG.. 70S 15TH ST. N.W..
OPP TREASURY. NEXT TO DRUG STORE.
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY.
jslfl-tf.30
"Wby pay lOV when you can get It for S%f
If you are He need of money
Any amount, you can get It here immediately.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office,
314 STB ST. N.W.
Established 1S70.
Loans made oo Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry,
Silverware, etc. Je6-tf.l4
616 F St. N.W.
Is the -piece to get your Iota, whether It
be $10.00 or a larger sum- We're "reli
able money tenders." and our rates are
LOWER than the lowest. By our liberal
rebate system you can pay your loan
ahead of time and save the charges.
If you cannot call, writ* or 'poooe and
we'll call on you. <i
notusehold Loan Co.,
"FURNITURE LOANS."
616 F st. n.w.. Room No. 1.
"Look for tfca Blue *04 White Sign."
ne2i.0Ot.2O
T
STOEAGE.
aTORF. VOI R FURNITURE. PIAN08. ETC..
at WF.JOHLF.R'S. i*20 Pa. aTf. n.w.: reason
able ritea; conveniently located. Telephone
Main 1282. jag7-90t
CENTRAL STORAGE ROOMS,
1408 H ST. N.W.
Beet lighted and ventilated rooms la ths cltT
See J*. BRniVN * lOLtON. Props.
>i-tf
TINPLATE COMBINE.
British Kills Try to Check Damag
ing Competition.
Special Cablegiam to The Star.
LONDON, January 31.?A" big steel and
tinolate works combine has Just been
arranged in West Wale*, where steel bars
and tin plate? axe manufactured In
enormous quantities. The combine has
been talked about for sevel^l months,
and became an accomplished fact last
Wednesday, .when a new. company wag
registered to carry on the undertaking:
known as th"*. Llanelly Steel Company.
This conce-n- ranks among the most
prosperous o? its kind in the kingdom,
being Jointly owned by the Old Castle
Tinplate Company, the Western Tinplate
Company and the Briton Ferry Tinplate
Company. The new company, which has
a capital of Jl.250.000, mill control no
fewer than seventy-five tinplate mills in
the district. The new capital is 'to be
extended cWefly in enlarging the works on
an extensive scale, an additional fifteen
acres of ground having been secured on
the Stradley estate. Llanelly. The pres
ent output of 2.000 tons, a week will, it 19
expected, he doubled in a short time.
The combine is expected to check "cut
throat" competition, and to add an ele
ment of stability to both steel bar and
tinplate trades. It is also a reply to the
bombshell thrown among Welsh tinplate
manufacturers some time ago by the
American steel trust, whose ultimatum
amounted to thlF. "Either buy our bars
or bo smashed. If you do not buy our
bars wo will turn them into tinplates
ourselves and cut the ground from under
your feet in every market in which you
do business "
FLAN AN ALPINE CANAL.
Engineers Would Open Up Land*
Locked Switzerland.
Special Cableg-?m to The Star.
MILAN, January 31.?Signor Pietro
Cominada, a Milanese engineer, has been
engaged in studying a gigantic scheme for
constructing a great canal between Genoa
md Lake Constance", across the Apen
nines and thr Alps. Senator Colombo,
who Is one of the highest scientific au
thorities in Italy, discusses the project
in the Corriere. della Sera, observing that
the plan solves in quite a novel manner a?\
the difljcultes hitherto existing. an&
opens an unexpected horlron for the fu
ture of tran#-Alpine#navigation.
The canal will have a length of 3OT
miles, of which 161 miles would consist
of waterways at present open. It will
be tubular, and divided into sections by
means of floating gates worked on a sys
tem of guide rails Bcrewed to the internal
walls, thus enabling the bogts to main
tain themselves in the positions where
there is the necessary depth of water.
A model of the system 011 a scale of
one-tenth works perfectly, and experi
ments made with it have been completely
successful, according to the opinion of
competent judges. The model will short
ly be on exhibition in the grounds of the
Accademia dei Lincel. Tbe inventor has
already carried out important hydraulic
works in Bouth America. He says that
on tho proposed canal an annual traffic
of 15,000.000 tops could be developed.
Got Back Gold Stolen in 1880.
OMAHA. January CI.?Supt. Patterson
of the Pacific Express Company returned
to Omaha from Sidney, Neb., yesterday,
bringing two large bricks *ot gold bullion
believed to represent part of the lobt of a
robbery of the company's office in Sidney
in March, 1S80. t
The metal was found buried tn th? de
bris of a saloon which burnCTl two weeks
aero.
The robbery was the boldest of its kind
ever committed in the west, and the
bullion, which had been received that day
by ,*tag? from the ?la<%.k Hill?, was val
ued at $127,000.
Latter Carriers Not to Soltft.
NEW YORK. January 31?For several
days Postmaster Morgan has been re
ceiving complaints that letter carriers
have been selj'ng tickets, or trying to.
for the letter carriers' annual bajl. This
's in violation of section 750 of the postal
laws and regulations, and yesterday Mr.
Morgan reissued the order of the Post
master General calling the attention of
the employes to the penalty for the of.
fense. The order also forbids the hand
ing to residents of cards bearing holiday
greetings or any other solicitations direct
or indirect. Six men in Station Y had
their salaries reduced $100 each between
Christmas and New Year for that of
fense. Mr. Morgan declined to make
public the names of the offenders.
REMEDY FOR TUBERCULOSIS
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION INTER
? EST ED IN INVESTIGATION.
Methods Employed in Improvement
of Sanitary Condition*-?Local
Typo. Union Takes Action.
I
The question of finding a remedy f*r
tuberculosis^ nd Its allied diseases it now
occupying the attention of the executive
officers of the International Typographical
Union and of the local union printers a.?
I well. This disease claim* many member*
of the union annually. It 1* declered: in
fee?. 76 per cent die of thi* malady, owing
In a large number of caaes to the insani
tary and overcrowded condition of the
rooms In which they work. In many
newspaper ofllcea in the country, tt la
stated, there i* little or no ventilation,
wfille in many "jcV offices the floors are
covered with layers of dust and expectora
tion* containing tuberculine germ*.
Public Printer Stilling* has changed the
old order of thing* In the government
printing office, and now all tho machinery
riving off deadly odors Is placed on the
^eventj) floor, and In separate rooms. Un
derlie direction o? Dr. Manning, health
ortlcVr of the building, many sanitary ap
pliances have been added, and but for
overcrowding during session* of Cengrew
It is regarded as being as sanitary a*
human Ingenuity can make it.
The International Union wa* the flr*t
in the field to light the "great whits
plague.'" and erected the magnificent
Union Printers* Home at Colorado Springs,
Colo., where its members might be treat,
ed for this disease and restored to heeuh
by the high altitude ami surroundings
Action of Typo. Union No. 101.
At the la?t meeting of Columbia Typo
graphical Union, on motion of Joseph E
Goodkey. a ^standing commutes of flve
members was created to aid In checking
this disease among Its membership, and
it has the approval of no less a personage
than W. Wyman. surgeon general of the
public health and marine .hospital serv
ice, who says, in a recent communication
to Mr. Joseph E. Goodkey of Columbia
Typographical Union i
"I beg to acknowledge the receipt of
your letter of the afrth instant inclosing a
clipping referring to a resolution intro
duced by you In the Typographical Union
No. 101, advocating better sanitary ar
rangements to prevent the spread of tu
berculosis. The bureau is interested in
your action because of the Increasing at
tention that is now sivsn to tlfc Impor
tant subject of tuberculosa."
Views of President Lynch.
President Lynch of tic International
Typographical Union is highly pleased at
the action of the-local union, and says:
"I desire to say I am grattAsd to learn
that No. 101 has paased a resolution cre
ating a standing committee of five mem
bers on tuberculosis. In my opinion all
local unions should appoint commlttess
on the tuberculosis proposition."
Within the next few month* there will
be assembled in Washington the second
conference of all countries on this ques
tion of consumption, the first having been
held in l'.K>5. and eminent scientists and
medical men from all cuarters of the
globe will congregate and discuss means
or ridding the people of this devastating
disease.
MAYOR'S PLEA TO SALOON MEN.
Gets Promise They Won't Sell Liquor
to Poor Men.
PLA?KFIELD. X. J.. January 31?
Mayor Charles X Fisk summoned all of
the liquor deaJers'of the city to his office
Wednesday night and raid to them:
"Gei?t:emen, I have asked you to eome
here /or the purpose of- discussing a most
important matter. We are In the throes
of an industrial depression?times are
bard, money is scarce and there is to
fQund much suffering among the poor. I.
hava tried to relieve-some of the' suffering
by giving employment to the heads of
families, such as in the cleaning of streets,
grading, &c., but I understand that sogie
of these men' spend'-what they earn In
saloons and bote's, and thereby neglect
their families. 8evcral such cases nave
been brought to my attention, and now I
want you to help me out.
"You are a decent set of fellows and, I
believe, have consciences and know whst
is right and wrong. I want you. ene and
all. to promise me you will not ssll in
toxicants or al'.ow them to be sold to any
of the men whose names appear on a Hat
which I will distribute among you."
Every dealer promised that the. reqqest
would be granted. They also promised to
exercise more care in the future in the
sale oif intoxicants to young man.
. LONDON WOMEN 8M0XE. ?
Growth of the Habit in Fashiqnsbls
Csfes.
Special Cablegram to The Star.
LONDON. January 31.?It Is a long time
since ladies began to smoke after-dinner
cigarettes jn the leading restaurants of
London, but the practice is still novel
enough to excite comment. Hardened
dlners-out declare that the habit Is grow
ing. More and more Is it the custom for
ladies to produce their cigarette cases a*t
er dinner and fill the air with a dainty
and fragrant perfume. The Jewelers,
quick to recognise a growing habit, have
made a great show of Jeweled <*aaea for
ladles in their windows this winter.
Ladles smoke after dinner at the Carlton
Hotel and nothing is tltought of It, but
the proportion of lady smokers to lady
diners is small. It is noticed that the
guests who smoke most habitually are the
Austrians and the Germans. French
women are not given to smoking, pos
sibly because the cigarettes In ttielr own
country are, as a rule, coarse and bad.
Many American ladles, who dare not
smoke at home, quickly contract the habit
when in London. It was reserved for a
German lady to be sean smoking a cigar
ette in the hall immrolately after break
fast. In the provinces women seldom
smoke. For one thing they dine at horn'',
and for another provincial scruples die
' hard.
Protect Venetian Moonlight.
Special Cablegram to Tka Star.
VENICE. January 31.? All tha artiste m
Venice, besides the best-known and moat
Influential people In society, are up in
arms for the defense of the city's moon
light. This esthetic campaign Is the re
' suit of a decision by the Venetian munld
palhv to light the Grand Canal, St. Mark's
Basin and other canals by incandescent
gas burners. It is not denied that the
| present system of lighting is scanty and
inefficient, yet the artists and their sup
porters are vigorously condemning the
suggested improvement. Incandescent
gaslight, they say, gives a blending of
crude light which would utterly destroy
the beautiful colors fer which Venice by
I moonlight enjoys world-wide feme. A pe
tition has been forwarded to the munici
pal authorities asking them to rescind
their order. Among the signatories are
artists, poets and writers.
Drowned in Park Reservoir.
NEW YORK, January 31.?Adolph
Weiss, a workman employed in Central
I Park, found the body of an unknown
women floating in the reservoir near tha
eastern edge, opposite 93d street, yester
day afternoon. Death had been caused
by drowning.
The woman was etoout twenty years old.
five feet four inches tall, weighed 130
pounds, had dark complexion and black
hair and wore a black skirt, white snirt
waist and long black coat with white
collar and cuffs. She wore a cheap
ring with a white stone and two red
stones and a pair of cheap esrrlngs witn
blue stones. She csrrled a handbag
containing nothing but two leadpenclls.
The body was removed to the morgue.
Charged with attempting by mean* of
dynamite, infernal machines, tire, poison
and bullets to kill George M. Roberta
and family, John Hurst, a miner and
Roberts' business partner, was arrest aril
at Seattle, Wash., Wednesday.
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