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APARTMENTS TO LET.
riVK OITSIDK ROOMS AND BATH. BBOOND i floor; hot-water heat; back porch, pantry, etc. 34 g St. n.w. Jy27-3t* FLAT FOR RENT? 012 14th at. n.w. Jy26-3t* $35.00. FOR RENTFour and Ave room and bath apartmaafa. 191T 12th st. n.w $1?.00 alio $13.00 Jy26-3t* G. S. REES. 1003 G at. n.w. FOB RENT-VERY ATTRACTIVE. ONLY $25. One of the prettiest and moat attractive 5room apartments, wfth rear porch, cellar; newly pa|?er<-d and painted. 1770 Wtliard at. STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. 1y23-5t Ft?U RENT 2305 N ST. N.W. DESIRABLE 3room and liath apartment, in line repair; rent rediu-ed. MOORE A HILL. Inc., jr2R-3t-eSu 1333 G at. B.w. TOR RENT- RY R F. SAtT, CO., 7TH A L N.W. Home. 7th and Mass |1711 4th nw. 3r. b.21.50 a*. 5r. b- $40.00 207 Fla ar nw,3r.b.20.00 The Juniata, 1424 . 1400 N Cap. 4r.8fl.20.00 W nw. Jr. b 35.00 1312 Fla ar nw.2d >16 S nw. lfl. 5r.b.30.00 : II. 4r. b 10.50 1022 ?th nw.lfl 5r.b27 50 1630 14th nw. 5r.b.18.50 WW I) nw. 5r.b 2fl.27 50 1230 7th nw.3r.2fl. 17.00 1534 NJ av nw,5r.h2? '.0 130B 7th nw. 7r. b. >26 F nw. 4r, b. ..25.50 ; 2d and 3d fla 16.50 113 11th nw. 3r, b.25.00 '616 I.a a* nw, 4r, Lafayette, Sr. b. . 25.00 h. 2d floor 15.50 >26 r nw. 2r. b...23.00 1245 H ne. 4r.b.3fl. 15.50 20 rr ne. 2fl. Kr. b.24.no 1237 11th ?e. 5r.b. 11.00 1516 7th nw. 5r, b.22.50 1806 7th nw. 3r 0.00 The Juniata. 1424 TV st. n.w.. 4r. and b....30.50 The Nantucket. 1413 W st. n.w., 5r. and h..85.00 The Nantucket. 1418 TV st. n.w., 4r. and b..80.50 tny23 tf FOR RENT?DES1RABLE APARTMENTS IN > The Sheridan. 1523 22d at. n.w.; 4 and 5 rooms nd hath: $32.50 to $37.50. One 2-roorn and bath. 1125 14th at $20.00 Apply to Janitor or ROBERT C. 6HINN, jr24-7t 1125 14th at. n.w. APARTMENTS FOR RENT-ALL IN FIRSTCLASS CONDITION. THE FAIRFAX. 1200 E. Cap. st.5 rooms and bath $32.50 to $60.00 THE MT. VERNON, Oth and N. Y. ave. n.w.3 and 4 rooms and bath $20.00 to $37.50 rru l- vDivvi iv mir. utk > ? jnn rnn.iniii.i, AVIU iiiu BI. n.w.? 5 and 6 rooms and bath 130.00 to '$43.00 THE EMERY. 1812 G at. n.w.? 5 rooms and hath 935.00 THE AUGUSTA. X. Y. and X. J. area, n.w? 4 rooms and bath 932.50 THE LOUISA. 216 N. Y. aTe. n.w.? 4 rooms and bath $20.00 and 322.50 3016 Q st. n.w., 6 rooms and bath $25.00 2506 Pa. are. n.w? 2d floor, 4 rooms and bath 920.50 3d floor. 4 rooms and bath $18.00 ap27-tf WEAVER BROS., 1416 F St. n.w. 5-ROOM AND BATH CORNER APARTMENTS. 1447 E Cap 910.00 731 7th aw 17.75 1008 26th nw 13.50 700 H aw.. .317.00-18 50 227 7th aw 16 75 Phone Main 4487. (04 Maine ar 14.00 THE PHILLIPS CO., 330 John Marahall pi. je26tf (-OK RENT?ONE FIVE-ROOM FLAT. MODern iinproremcnta. $25 per month; 1120 10th at. n w. Apply to ED. J. HANNAN, 907 0th t at. n.w. Je34-tf k\HE SHERMAN, 13TH AND L STS. N.W.-6rootn apartmeut (or rent; unfurnished; every room large, bright and on outer aide; spacious closets; downtown location. Inquire at Shertnan. jyll-tf fe-OR RENT-IN THE TERRACE, 3241 "N" ST. . northwest, bachelor apartments of two and three rooms Rnd hath each; at 915, $18 and $20 per month, according to location; near F street car line: nice neighborhood. SWARTZELL. RHEEM * HEN'SEY CO. Jy23-eo,e8u-5t THE SHERMAN. 15TH AND L 8TS. N.W.? 3-room and bath apartment for rent: alao a 4-room and bath apartment for rent. jel2-tf Apply at Sherman. -THE BALTIMORE " 1832 Blltmnre at. n.w. Three, four and fire moras and bath; all ?atside rooms; some overlooking Rock Creek valley. We claim these are the coolest apartments In the city. Prlcea from 937.50 to $45.00. 8IMFSOX-SULLIVAN CO., my27-tf 1408 G at. n.w. THE CECIL. 15TH AND L STS. N.W.-S1NGLE room and bath apt. for rent, furnished or UnflirnlRherl AnnlT at dUCIl. to12.tr THK WINDSOR, 1425 T 8T.; FIREPROOF building: SPECIAL rental price; parties leaving city; 4, 6 and bachelor apartment of 3 room* and bath. See Janitor. myl4-tf THE t'WML, 15TH AND L STS. N.W.?5-ROOM and bath apt. for rent, furnished or unfurnished ; south exposure; all bright, cheerful rooms. Apply at CECIL. Jel2-tf SAVOY. 2S04 14TH ST.?4 OR 5 ROOMS AND bath: furnished or unfurnished; elevator; telephone; coolest apartments In the city. Apply at office to proprietor. myl7-tf FOR RENT-IN THE ONONDAGA AND ONEIDA. S room and bath apartments; all modern Improvements: Janitor service. GEORGE TRUESDELL. 1627 Lincoln avs. n.e. aplS-tf APARTMENTS TO LET. FURNISHED. . bNE LARGE. COOL FURNISHED ROOM. WITH bath. Apply The Cairo. Apt. 129. Jy36-7t FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. One cent a word for 15 words. FOR SALE-NEW HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, slightly used. 116 11th St. n.e. Jy26-.1t i MUST RE SOLD AT ONCE-$276.00 BLCEwbite diamond ring. $175.00; $165.00 fine white diamond ring. $100.00; $75.00 man's solid gold watch, $30.no. Box 79. Star office. Jy27-3t* FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST 82-FOOT yachts on the river; everything up to date: beautifully finished In hardwood; $500; several fine yacht engines, new and second hand; half price. EMERSON PUMP CO.. Alexandria. Va. ,1y26-8t FOR SALE GASOLINE LAUNCH. A1 CONDItlon; would trade for gasoline runabout. 25 N st. s.e.. phone Line. 1622. Jy26-6t* SPLENDID OAK NEW HOME SEWING MAchlne: rare bargain at $4. 919 9th St. n.w. jy26-3t FOR SALE - RICHFIELD COPPER STOCK <2.000 shares.". Address RICHFIELD, Star office. Jy26-3t FOR SALE-BARGAINS IN USED PIAXOS. Two Ktieff pianos (slightly used). One Steinway piano. One Knabe piano. Also a number of uprights as low as $100. Squares, all makes, some as low as $25. OH AS. M. STIEFF, 1008-1010 F st n.w. Jy25-tf J. C. POXIJFF. Manager. foR SALE?CHEAP; FIREWOOD, STOVE lengths. Inquire PENNSYLVANIA BRIDGE CO.'S YARD, south end new Anacostla bridge. jy22-7t* toR SALE?PANELED OAK COUNTER. 8ECond hand brass-grilled side deska with two end partitions. 1225 Pa. aTe. n.w. Jy2l-tf PIaNO BARGAINS - $450 UPRIGHT. $155; beautiful tone. New pianos sacrificed. Easy terms. Storage, etc. GEORGE LAWRENCE, 015 O. TUNING. $1.50. Iy21 tu.th.sa.6t* MAHOGANY UPRIGHT. IVORY KEYS. RELIable make, at a sacrifice, easy terms. Our small expenses offer best chance for piano bar?ains: open evenings. HELBIG BROS', 1742 7th. y21 tf.4 FOR SALE?FINE KNABE UPRIGHT PIANO, as good as new; will sacrifice for $215; stool and cover nearly uew. Address Box 0. Star office. jy21-tf FOR SALE - THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED WILL BE FOUND HERE * DURING THIS MIDSUMMER SALE OF HIGH GRADE PIANOS. All leading makes are included. Knabe. $3-15; Shoninger, $290; Hardman. $.100; Decker, $200; Kimball, $150; Sohmer. $.150: Irving. $125; Bailey, $100; Richmond. $90, and many others. Easy payments If desired. O. J. DeMOLL. ft CO.. 1231 G at. n.w. JylB-lOd SQUARE PIANOS OF VARIOUS STANDARD makes will be closed out, regardless of their real worth or coat, at NET. $20. CASH. Most of these are full-tised. modern, rosewood Instruments, in good condition; splendid musical instruments for beginners. A rare opportunity to get a piano In your home which w# win me oftri at toe name tuiuuui wivniu three yean Id exchange for a new upright. FREDERICK MUSIC CO.. IriytMR 1328 F at. FOR SALE-OFFICE FURNITURE. INCLUDIrig desks. chain and good fireproof safe; will ffil alngle pieces. WOOD. HARMON A CO.. 525 13th at. p.w. jy!4-tt WORCH'S PIANO HOUSE. 1110 O.?EXCEPtlooally low prices on pianos; Xeedham, new ....$190,00 Cable A Nelaon. new 200.00 Kurtzmann. new 220 00 Kohler A Campbell, used 140.00 Slflnwaj. naea 291.00 Knabe used 285.00 WORCH'S PIANO HOUSE. 1110 G n.w. Tuning and repairing. Pianos for rent, e*jy6-tf changed and stored. WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR COMPLETE line of furniture, mattings, beds, etc., regardless of coat. Call and aee for yourself; great bargain*. L. S. MILLER. 712 K W W. JelS 73t PIANO OPPORTUNITIES In slightly used Instruments. Knabe Raby Grand, tnah. case, like new. .$000 Knnbe Baby Grand, rose esse, a beauty. .#873 Knabe Upright, mab. case, large aire $480 Knabe Upright, mab. case, med. alee $410 Knabe Upright, small stxe .....$400 Starr Upright, large size, mab $210 Weber Upright, large alze $100 Hallet A Davis, large site $150 Smith A Barnes, fine order .$150 Hardman Upright, large $154 Stelnway Square. 6ne order $P$ Knabe Square, a beauty W* Other Squares from $10 npwaid*. Term* to suit. WM. KNABE A CO.. 1218-20 F St. a^w. lel-tf SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. JOHN C. SHERF.R. JR . MFG. CO.. de4-tf Baltimore. FOR SAI.F. ?GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES. fitted to your windows, only 35c; the beet quality oil opaque abades. 80c. bung free. We call with samples. KI.EEBLATTS. 11th A H stt. n.e. ap28-tf PICTURE FRAMIRGh MANUFACTURER OF PICTURE FRAMES OF ? ALL KINDS; PICTURES FRAMED AT FACTORY PRICES: GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. FRED C. SCH ALTER. 431 STB T. N.W. JylS-SOt.4 FOR SALE?HOUSES. FOR SALE?$4,150. Rent, $38.50. Mt. Pleasant; 10 room*. 2 baths, southern exposure. STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy28-2t _ FOR SALE-JUST WHAT YOU WANT. JUST WHERE YOU WANT IT. $3,500. WEST OF 14T1I ST. X.W. On a through street, near many expensive houses; an Improving section, where property should enhance. A BEAUTIFUL HOME. Two stories: cellar; furnace heat; TILED BATH; PORCELAIN TUB; NICKEL PLUMB ING; many lieautiful cabinet mantels; ATTRACTIVE DECORATIONS. Large lot to public alley. CAN PLACE A LOAN OF $2,500 AT S?OXE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy28-2t FOR SALIC? OF INTEREST TO INVESTORS. $4,000. Renting for $30. On a numbered street west of 14th. Two Sood. substantial six-room houses; In fine conitlon; always rotated. Lot 30^x75. A lot the size of this one should be worth nearly the price asked. Owner will leave a large trust on the property. STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave. Jj28-2t FOR SALE-DON'T! DON'T! Don't buy a house on the Heights until you hare seen this one. $6,900. Formerly held at $10,000. Between 13th and 15th. 12 rooms; THREE (31 BATHS; many closets; HOT-WATER HEAT; 4 rooms delp; TWO <2) STAIRWAYS; lot 140 feet deep, ttlde pared alley; worth at least $2,000 more than many others offered at that price. STONE * FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy2S-2t FOR SALE?A WONDERFUL BARGAIN?THE largest, cheapest and best located new house in the northwest. Price, $4,500. Reduced from $7,500. Not fsr from Conn are., on X at. THREE-STORY DWELLING, a rooms and bath. Southern exposure. Adjoining house carries a loan of $4,000 at 5%. STONE & FAIRFAX* 1342 New York are. Jy28-2t FOR SALE?$5,150. Near Walsh, Townsend and Patton mansions. $7,500 value. Three-story dwelling; 4 rooms on first floor; HOT-WATER HEAT; fine appearing bouse. STONE & FAIRFAX, 1342 New York are. Jy28-2t FOB SALE?$4,500. Mount Pleasant. Near 10th and Newton ats. HOT WATER HEAT. Exceptionally well constructed; lot 20x85; all large, light, cheerful rooms. ?u)sr, & i- aikvaa, 1342 M>w lora are. Jy28-2t FOB SALE-FINE 2-STORY BRICK. X.E.. REcently built; convenient to H st. cars; 6 fine rooms, porcelain bath, nickeled plumbing; 8TEAM HEAT; KITCHEN ON MAIN FLOOR; lot 100 feet deep; at less than coat; occupied by owner and In excellent condition; rery cheap at $3,760; $500 caah will buy. WILLI GE, GIBBS ft DANIEL, 60.1-05 13tb. Jy28-3t FOR SALE1?BY OWNERr-THRBB OF THE beat built bouses In the city, juat completed: 6 rooms, tiled batb and veatibule. 613-615-617 Elliott at. n.e., half block from Md. are.; near cars. Price, $3,000: terms to ault. Inquire 626 14th at. n.e. CHARLES A. PETERS. Ijy28-lt* FOR SALE-SPLENDID INVESTMENT; PAYS 122-story frame; 5 rooms; with water and aewer; back to a 10-foot alley; rents $12 month; firlce, $1,400; location, lltb st. near East Captol. Address H. J. P., Star office. Jy28-8t* FOR SALE? cmr. A nice 12-room house on the Heights; contains cabinet mantels. 3 open-grate fireplaces, 2 baths and hot-water heated- $3,000 cash will buy, purchaser to assume deed of trust. A fine 8-room bouse on Columbia rd., with a.m.l.; cost $5,200; will take $4,800 on easy payments or $4,500 cash. A 6-room house is Petworth. D. C., Just built a year ago, with a.m.l.; will take $4,300; $500 cash, balance on easy payments. A small, neat little home In the s.e. section for only $1,350; can be bought on easy terms. A 0-room brick in the n.e. part of the city, with a.m.J., will sell for $1,850 on easy terms. A nice home at Mt. Rainier; has 8 rooms and Is in a splendid location: will sell for $4,000; small payment down and rest on easy terms. A fine home near Union station for only $1,800; worth $4,500; has cabinet mantels and latest m.l.; also has heavy French plate storm doors. A beautiful residence In the up-to-date pari of the city for only $6,600 In small monthly payments. This la a bargain; rents for $50 per month. LOTS. A nice lot on K st. s.e.. with 1.007 square feet; runs back to alley; price, $460. Lot 60 by 107 at Rlverdale Park, corner Michen and Arrhur aTes.; price. $450. I also have several suburban homes, farms, lots, business chances and anything you might want in the line of real estate. I respectfully solicit your patronage. CLARENCE E. TUCKER. 4w4T A4 D?ai? OlO ir?*_^o.U4.. D..b ivwui iuru iryviuiau dbob. FOR SALE?10ROOM BRICK; BEAUTIFUL homr; Man. ire. n.w. bet. 12th and 13th ata.; cheapest heme In city at $9,000; $2,000 cash required. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 811 F. Jy27-8t FOR SALE-SIX BRICK HOUSES; FIRSTrlaaa condition; always reuted at $55 month; large court; price, $900 each. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 611 F. Jy27-3t FOR SALE-FINE 10-ROOMED HOUSE; ALL modern Improvements; good lot; front parkins; 1 at. near North Capitol at. THOMAS W. FOWLER & SOX. 802 F at. n.w. Jy27-6t* FOR SALE-DELIGHTFUL MODERN DWELLINGS. ELEVENTH AND I 8TS. X.E. New homes adjoining Holy Name Catholic Church; each with six large rooms and tiled bathroom; pantry: china closet; gas range; plate-glass storm door; handsome cabinet mantels: electric wiring on gas fixtures; first floor finished in hard wood; flooring throughout bouRe planed and oiled. The houses are 18 ft. front, and planned for comfort and convenience. Price. $4,350 each; corner house, $4,850. JAMES F. SHEA, 643 La. ave. n.w. FOR SALE?F ST. S.W. BETWEEN 9TH AND 10th sts.; flTe-room ' brick residence; price, $1,500. FOR SALE?Corner dwelling, near St. Dominic's Catholic Church; substantial frame structure on lot 20x90, with wide parking; price asked, $3,500. FOR SALE?M St.. close to 6th St., southwest, nearly new brick dwelling, with 6 rooms a nil mnrfnrn hnthPAom* ennt Incr t'lA 4A ? WMVM.WVMi , 1 VUilllfk ?Ut *?U.TV| price, $3,050. JAMES F. SHEA. 643 La. are. n.w. FOR SALE-TWO-FAMILY DWELLING NEAR Lincoln Park; brick building, with eight rooms and two baths; renting for $30. Price, $3,500. FOR SALE? $7,500- Columbia Heights residence; nine rooms, two hatha, every modern convenience for the homeaeeker; A1 hot-water heater. Superbly finished and decorated. Well located, near 13th and Harvard sts. . _ JAMES F. SHEA, 643 La. ave. n.w. Jy2S-sa,tu.th,40 FOR SALE-SMALL BRICK HOUSE ON F ST. s.w. bet. 6th and 7th sts.; on very reasonable term*; nice little home. Apply Room 14. No. 472 La. ave. Jy25-3t,eSu* FOR SALE?FOUR NEW 6-BOOM HOUSES, with bath. K st. bet. 4th and 5tbAts. n.e., $4,000 each; open every evening for Inspection. Jy24-6t*4 SMITH ft VOLLAND. Owners. FOR SALE-INVESTMENT EXTRAORDINAR Y? 2-flat apartment bouse; R rooms and tiled bath each; concrete cellar; bay window; pressed brick: rear porches; rent, $540 rear; trust, $4,000. R per cent. Am leaving city and will take $l,R0O for my equity, or trade for small house. Net 20 per cent investment. W. P. H., Star office. Jy22-tf FOR SALE ? AT A GREAT BARGAIN?MT BEAUTIFUL granite and red brick borne, 1737 Biggs st., next to corner of 18th st.. containing 11 large and bright rooms, bath, large pantries; woodwork the finest: 25 feet front: southern exposure; cost $14,600; will sell to quick buyer for only $9,000; terms to suit. Must be seen to be appreciated. Open for inspection Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. JULIUS LANSBURGH, 512 8th st. n.w. Jy21-tu.th.sa.tf FOR SALE-HAVE TOUR OWN HOME BUILT according to your own ideas, for your individual comfort and convenience. It will cost no more than a ready-built bouse; no charge for 61ans. GILBERT J. OSTERMAN COMPANY, inllders. 1410 H st. n.w. Ja5-tf FOR SALE - A DETACHED OOTTAOE IN Mount Pleasant; contains 10 noma and hath; furnace heat; lot 50x150; two-story stable; first floor contains parlor, library, dining room, butler's pantry and kitchen; six large bedrooms: fine porches. There is now a trust on the property at 5 per cent for five years. Price, $6.2(i0. Would consider offer. Terms can be arranged. Agents need not apply. I'm anxious to make an immediate sale. Address Box 217. Star office. Jyl7-tf FOR RALE?FOR $5,600. A NINE-ROOM BRICK house, with two (2> bathrooms; cellar under entire house; lot 16 by nearly 100 to alley; lane rooms. There is now a trust of $4,450 on the property; will accept couple hundred dollars caah. Write Box 120. Star office. Jy6-tf FOR SALE-COLORED PEOPLE CAN BUY WELL BUILT. NICELY ARRANGED. EVER* WAY ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCES IN BEST PARTS OF NORTHEAST AND NORTHWEST: EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICE: SMALL CASH PAYMENT. MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS. my27-tf ALLEN C. CLARK. 005 P. FOR SALE?ARTIST'S HOME. 1310 MASS. AVE. n.w.; house, studio snd stable; $20,000; easy terms; 11 rooms. 0 toilet rooms. 3 baths. Address owner. ROBERT HINCKLEY, premises. aull-tf FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPERTY. FOR SALE?WE HAVE SEVERAL ATTRACTIVE business properties, snd also some good and Inexpensive small bouses; good investment. TILER A RUTHERFORD line.), Jy25-7t* 730 16th at. n w. FOR SALE-MODERN STORE71S 11TH ST N.W 8 stories; HOT-WATER HEAT; lot 20x95. ^HrrONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. jy2S-6t FOR SALE?$6,500. Rants $80. 14th st. n.w.. west side, modern store building; steam bested. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. I U23-3* for exchange. FIRST-CLASS APARTMENT HOUSE. NORTH west portion of city: rash price, $100,000; owner will trade foe farm land, vacant Jots and small properties. L. V. STERIUSTTT ft O0z. 1401 New York are. n.w. Jy2Mt* I DESIRE T<) EXCHANGE A 6*1-ACHE FARM for a city home or cash: 40 acres is cleared land; pood house and barn; excellent neighborhood; line spring water of medicinal and commercial ralue; "been proren" healthy location; 8-cent fare. Will take half trust on either property. Consult Mr. RICHARDS. 727 15th at. n.w. jr28-7t,8 TA YLOR'8 EXCHANGE. 1333 F N.W. WE ARE making exchanges every day and want you to list your property with the only Ann In this city who knows how to get rid of your hou*e, fsrm or lot thst yon have been trying to dispose of In the various real estate offices in town; we know how to do It; come In and see our list: we wUI help yon to make money. TAYLOR'S EXCHANGE. 1333 F n.w. Jy26-6t F0R~~EXCHANGE?FOR AN AUTOMOBILE OR equity In dwelling, choice lot near Chevy Chase; Millotns 930.000 residence; size, 120x180; almost half acre of land. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy2B-5t FOR EXCHANGE?FOR 8AJLE? ~~ One or more two-family bouses, with hotwater heat; located west of 16th at. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy25-St FOR EXCHANGE-FOR LOTS, 2 OR 5 NEW 8room houses, with hot-water heat, near Capitol, onlv $4,850 each. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave. Jy25-Bt EXCHANGE ? LOT ON M iFF. N.E. JUST cast of 12th; 25 feet front; price, 40 cents sq. ft.: for small house, paying business or automobile. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. <111 F. Jy25 sa.rn.tu.3t 7-ROOM AND HATH PRESSED BRICK; price. 93.500; clear; for home near East Capitol st.: price not to exceed $5,500. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Oil F. Jy25-s.m.tn-3t _____ TWO 0-ROOM FRAME HOUSES; RENTED *27 month; 2000 block. 2d at. n.w.; white neighliorhood; price. $3,000; clear; for good 6-room brick In anv section: will pay cash difference. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 611 F. Jy25-s,m.tu-3t 48H ACRES ON 7TII ST. PIKE; IMPROVED by new 8-room house and ontbulldlngs; clear; price. $15,000; for Improved city property. NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 611 F. Jy25-w.m.tu-3t 32.000 SQ. FT GROUND NEAR GEORGE^ town; free and clear; fine location; price. 96.800; for small houses or alley property. NEW YOftK REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 611 F. Jy25-s.m.tu-3t WE HAVE A CLIENT WHO HAS $100,000 OF Washington property, free and clear, that we wish to exchange for property In California. Los Angeles preferred. What can you offer? TAYLOR'S EXCHANGE, 1333 F n.w. Jy23-6t for rent business property FOR RENT?SPLENDID BUSINESS STAND. 021 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.; 4 stories; two large show windows; modern Improvements; will lease. HARRISON REALTY COMPANY. 007 G st. n.w. JelR-tf colonial beach propertyt ot'tf t?nn <i/vnvn t nt? vtnwr v tstm vtscisvtsw-? oi -?i.ur,iv i ui i.iun, nu uo r LIMIDUE.U, for August. $30. Twin cottage, rents for $120 season, $*00. 17-room house. 3 lots. $2,000. Lots 50*130, corners, $200. DICKHART, Natlonal Museum. jj27-3t* FOR SALE?LOTS. FOR SALE OR KXCHANGE-$550 EACH. 10 CHOICE LOTS Near Lincoln Park and East Capitol ft.; one of the most attractive squares: LARGE SHADE TREES; CEMENT SIDEWALK; SEWER. WATER. Houses erected on these lots should sell quickly. STONE * FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. Jy25-5t FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS IN CHEVY CHASE. D. C. Adjoining Chevy Chase, Md.. and within the District. Fronting over 1,000 feet on Connecticut arenas; Are streets running east and west; 380 feet eleratlon. Every lot in the tract Is available for building purposes; 14 detached houseR and bungalows erected or under course of construction since May. 1907, the date or opening of the subdivision. All city Improvements, Including water, sewer, macadamised streets, granolithic sidewalks. shade trees, all without expense to purchasers. Special inducements are offered to those who agree to build. Write, telephone or call for plats and full particulars. Autos and carriages at yonr disposal. THOS. J. FISHER A OO. (INC.). 738 18th St. n.w. ap26-tf SUBURBAN PROPERTY. FOR SALE. ATTRACTIVE HOME IN LINDEN. MD.; MUST be sold at a sacrifice; almost an acre of ground; fruit; good spring water; convenient to 1-otb railroad and trolley lines; price only f2.Roo. See us quickly about this. CHA8. 8. IUIR A CO.. Inc., 1403 N. Y. are. $5.500?SIT BIT RB AN HOME WITH GOOD-SIZED lot: house contains 7 rooms and bath; city water and gas; stable, chicken houses; small fruit. Owner must sacrifice. CHAS. .8. MUIR & CO.. Inc.. 1483 N. Y. ave. FOR 8ALE?EQUITY IN SUBURBAN LOT, $25 for $125 paid in. 8ix others at $10 each. JyM-St* Address HOME. Star office. FOR SALENorth Chevy Chase. Beautiful building lots. Water and sewer. Handsome shade trees. 3c to 10c per foot. W. H. WALKER, 729 15th n.w. Jy25 lot FOR SALE?OR WILL EXCHANGE-A VERY ttrooHtra si11mmor homA in AlAYfindrifl P/l VR . three miles from Washington, near electric and steam roads, for a three-story brick dwelling. Washington Heights or Mt. Pleasant; MANY OTHERS FOR SALE. Jy23-6t F. W. GRAHAM A CO.. 61? 14tb at. FOR SALE-SHADOW BROOK PARK. AT POHICK STATION, FAIRFAX OO. VA. 17 miles south of Wash., D.C., Fine Bungalow Sites. High Oak and Pine Grove. Only. $7.1 each. See BOOTH S FARM AGENCY, 704 8th ntw. jyl8-sa.tu,th-8t* FOR SALECHEAPEST HOUSE EVER OFFERED. Large corner lot; 6 rooms and bath; furnace heat; n.w. section; 1 block from car line; one fare. Reduced to $2,900: terms to suit. Je23-tf T. H. PICKFOBD, 1410 O at. n.w. FOR SALE-FINEST LOTS IN TAKOMA PARK; near electric and steam car lines: water, sewer and gas; cheap; on easy terms. J. P. EARNEST. Trustee. 323 414 St. n.w. apl7-tf COLORED PEOPLE, BUY A LOT AT SOUTH Kebllworth, D. C., and have your house built on monthly Installment plan. Apply BERNARD O. BROWN. 525 18tb St. n.w. mh2S-tf WANTED. WANTED?10 ACRES OF LAND. NEAR CITY, for cemetery purpose. A. D., 466 F at. s.w. Jy28-3t* WANTED?TO BUY ABOUT 10 ACRES OF land with modern dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms and stable, on Rockville road or adjacent thereto; might consider unimproved If desirably located; state location, price and full particulars. WILLETT St REINECKE CO., 813 15th et. n.w. Jy27-2t SEVEN OR EIGHT ROOM HOUSE, A.M.I.. ON Brightwood road or In Takoma. D. C., not over $4,000.00; give full description; will pay cash or assume trust. Box 76. Star ofllce. Jy27-3t* FARMS. ~ WE MAKE FAIRFAX AND LOUDOUN COUNllea stock farms and country homes in northern Virginia a specialty. This Is the most desirable section in every way around Washington. Herndon Is within one hour's ride of Washington, with excellent train service, a good pike on either side to Washington and electric cars eight miles distant. We have some very desirable farms of all kinds, from $3,000 to $30,000 In price, ranging from $25 to $50 per acre. There are many good Investments In this part of the country, but they cannot last long, for they are being bought up readily by practical and foresighted people, nrtio are coming from all parts of tne country. Kindly let us know what kind of a farm you want, now many acres you desire and how much you want to invest in a farm, and we will send you a list of places and. price list that we think will suit you. Let us bear from you at once. P. B. BUELL & SON. Herndou. Fairfax county. Va. To avoid possible delays, kindly write or telephone us when to meet you. Jy2ft-3t WANTED?FARMS! WANTED SMALL FARM WITHIN 6 MILES of Washington. Send price and description to Box 3S2. Shamokln. Pa. Jy27-2t* MOVING, PACKING & SHIPPING. "WE MOVE ANYTHING." FURNITURE. BAGGAGE. FREIGHT. SAFES. MACHINERY. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO . 920 E at. n.w. Phone 629. JylO-tf.10 GREATER WASHINGTON EXPRESS-MOVING, packing, shipping: lowest rates. Cth and K n <r nhnn* \APth IfiiA Je2S-60t.4 ARTHUR C. SMITH. Proprietor. ABK 100 GOING TO MOVRl Padded vans. $4.00 load. Two-horse wagons. $3.00 load. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. 905 New l'ork are. feS-tf.O STORAGE. Phone Main 4192LAW AND COLLECnONsT ALL CASES. ALL COURTS AND DEPARTinenta: corpora tons organized, all atatea; collections and litigation everywhere; confidential. P. S. LEGAL CORP.. 307 Bond hldg. Je2 tf.4 WALL PAP&EL PAPERHANGI-NG AND PAINTING?WE ARE thoroughly experienced; have expert workmen, both lines; pay when convenient; estimates free. Selections at your home. Drop postal. J. H. BECKW1TH. 310 Tth n.e . D. C. myl-90t.4 CONSIDER WELL BEFORE YOU SELECT YOUR wall paper. Let us show you our designs?stylish and neat, low-priced and costly, ly2-901.4 F. G. KOLTE. 907 11th n.w. MONET WANTED AND TO LOAN. j WAN TED-A U)AX OK $4,500 OX A NEW building, w?t of 16tb, containing 13 rooms. 3 baths; hot-water heat: 2 stairway*; lot 20x120; rrntlng for $60 a month. Address '"GOOD KEj CGRITY." 8tsr ogee. jy2S-5t WANTED A I/?AN OF $2,000. 6%. ON SECOND trust; flrat-class security; improved elty real eefate; will pay back $100 a month; will allow 15% discount: notes Indorsed by a prominent, prosperous merchant. Address ATTORNEY A., Star office. JyZtWSt W ANTED?$tirt0 FOR INVESTMENT IN AN apartment bouse. Will pay large dividends. Responsible parties. Far particulars apply Room 14, 4T2 I.a. are. Jy25 3t*,e8u " money to loan On real estate In District of Colombia. H. L. RUST. Jyl8 tf.4 608 14th at. n.w. REAL ESTATE VS. STOCKS-SECURITY VS. doubt. We hare 5. 5<4 and 6% money In large and small sums to place on first trusts and on Improved property only. Every possible consideration shown borrowers. THE HARRISON REALTY CO.. Ms In 8862. 9C Q ?t n.w. N. 28T4. Je20-tf MONK* TO IXIAN ON D. O. REAL ESTATE Where the margin la sufficient the Interest will be We. Any amount and economical consideration shown borrowers. MOORE U HILL (Inc.), 1833 G st. n.w. Je6-tf MOSEY TU LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CIJRrent rates of Interest on real estate In the District of Columbia. FITCH, FOX A BROWN. )yl-tf 1406 O at. n.w. LOANS NEGOTIATED ON APPROVED COLlateral, such as Stocks, Bonds, Bldg. and Loan Ass'n Shares, old-line Life Insurance Policies, Syndicate Certificates, etc. No delay. C. A. BAKER, Rooms 80-62 1110 F. Phone M. 617. mhlO-tf MONEY TO LOAN OS APPROVED REAL Estate; lowest Interest; reasonable charges. Prompt attention. GEO. W. LINKINS, de7-tf 800 19th st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at lowest current rates of Interest. Special privileges with respect to prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLER A RUTHERFORD. 730 15th at. n.w. foO-tf.B MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF IX^erest on D. C. real estate. No nnreasonsble e 07 WALTER H. ACKER, mh20-tf.B 1420 F at. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE? Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal In amount of $100 or more received at any interest period. THE F. H. 8MITH COMPANY. Bond bldg., 1408 New York ave. n.w. no2-tf IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR iX)AS. BUY or sell on real estate. I can save you time and ***** ma 1 ffivn noraonal ittpntlnn to nil rimmla defrt'f.Y J. "baKYxG ADSB Y. S26 13 th""s"tnTw! SECO.VO THC8T LOANS ON REAL.ESTATE. Any amount. Lowest rates. NATIONAL LOAN AND INV. CO., THOMPSON BLDQ.. 703 15TH ST. N.W. Opposite Treasury. Next Drue Store. no2B-tf.6 LEGAL NOTICES. E. H. THOMAS AND JAMES FRANCIS Smith, Attorneys. -In the Supreme Oourt of the District of Colombia, Holding a District Court.? In re condemnation of lend necessary for the rights of way for the continuation of the east side Intercepting sewer.?District Court, No. 774. ?On consideration of the petition of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, filed in the above-entitled cause, and on motion of counsel for said Commissioners, it Is. by the court, this 21st day of July. A.D. 1908. ordered that the clerk of this court Issue a citation to Tenney Ross, Mildred Ross, Georgette Ross, Lee Ross, James H. Vertnllya. J. R. Bailey, Christian Heurirb, Benjamin F. Mathlot, Emma Victoria Hill and Harvey Mathlot (owners) to appear in this court on the 4tb day of August. A.D. 1609, at 10 o'clock a.m.. to answer said petition, and to show cause why the prayers thereof should not be granted, and why the right of way through parcels 162-2. 16?-4. 162 6. 162 8 and 107-1. as recorded for purposes of assessment and taxation in the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, and more particularly described in the petition filed herein, should not be condemned for the purpose of providing a right of way for the continuation of the east side Intercepting sewer in the District of Columbia. It is further ordered that a copy of said citation be served by the United States marshal for the District of Columbia upon such owners of the land aought to be condemned herein and such persona Interested therein as may be found by said marshal or hia deputies within the District of Columbia: and it is further ordered that all persons having any interest in these proceedings be. and they are hereby, warned and required to appear in this court on or before the said 4th day of August, A.D. 1908, to answer said petition, and to continue in attendance until the court shall have made Its final order ratifying and confirming the award and report of the commissioners to be appointed by the court to appraise the value of the respective interests of all persona concerned in the land and premises mentioned and described In the aforesaid petition. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published once in the Washington Law Reporter and on six secular days In The Washington Evening Star, the Washington Poet and the Washington Herald, newspapers published in the said District. before the said 4th day of August, A.D. 1908. By the court: (Signed) THOS. jf. ANDERSON. JiwtiPP. (Seal.I A tnm onnv?J Tt. YOUNG, Clerk. By FRED C. O'OONNELL. Asst. Clwk. Jy22-8t,eSu id THEi 8WftteMET"?SrRT~OF~THE DIS trlct of Colombia.?Ellen C. Ed m on s ton, comS'ainant. v*. Owen 8. Edmonston and Mary radley, defendants.?No. 27880. Equity Doc. ?. The object of this suit la to obtain a divorce on the (round of adultery. On motion of the complainant. It Is this TWENTIETH DAY OF JULY. 1908, ordered that the defendants, Owen 8. Kdmonston and Mary Bradley, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and le(tl holidays, oeenrrlne after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as In case of default: Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks In the Wash!n(ton Law Reporter and Tbe Evening Star before said dny. THOS. H. ANDERSON. Justice. (Heal.) True copy-Test: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. By FRED C. CONNELL, Assistant Clerk. Jy21-1aw,8t SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia, Holding a Probate Court.?Estate of James II. McGill. deceased -No. 16281. Administration Docket ?.?Application having been made herein for probate of the last'will and testament of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Robert Preston Shealev ana Samuel A. Drury, It Is ordered this 18th day of July. A.D. 1908, that John L. McGill and Charles McGill, and all others concerned, appear In said court on Monday, the 17th day of August. A.D. 1908. at 10 o'clock p.m., to show cause why such application should not be granted. Let notice hereof be published hi the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star once in each of three successive weeks before the return day herein mentioned?the flrat publication to be not less than thirty days before said return day. WRIGHT. Justice. (Heal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER, Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probata Court. Jyl4-law,3t IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE District of Columbia, Holding a Special Term as an Elqulty Court.?In tbe matter of tbe dissolution of the American Home Life Insurauce Company, a corporation.?In Equity No. 27928.?Upon consideration of tbe petition filed In tbe above entitled matter by James H. Vermilya. Charles T. Voder and James H. Caton, praying for a dissolution of tbe American Home Life Insurance Company, a corporation chartered under tbe laws of tbe District of Columbia, It Is, by tbe court, this 14th day of Julv, A.D. 1908, ordered that all persona interested In said cornoration appear In the Supreme Court of tbe District of Columbia by the 25th day of August, A.D. 1908, and show cause, if any they bare, why said corporation should not be dissolved aa prayed: provided, that a notice of this order be pnblisbed in The Evening Star, a newspaper of general circulation, weekly for three succesalve weeks, the first Insertion to be not less than one month before the day fixed for showing cause as aforesaid, and that said notice also be published In the Washington Law Reporter. WRIGHT. Justice. (Seal.) A true copy?Teat: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. Br F. W. SMITH. Asst. Clerk. SHEEHY A SHEEHY, Solicitors for Petitioners. Jyl4-law.3t ~~A. LEFT WI OH SINCLAIR, ATTORNEY.Flled July IS, 1908.? In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Holding a Special Term as a District Court of tbe United States for tbe District of Columbia.?In the matter of the payment of damages resulting to adjacent property from changes In the graae of streets, avenues and alleys authorised by the act of Congress approved February 12, 1901, relative to the elimination of grade crossings on the line of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company in the District of Columbia.?District Court, No. 671.? Notice Is byeby given that we. the undersigned, have been designated and appointed by the Supreme Court of the District or Columbia, holding a special term as a United States District Court for tbe District of Columbia, as a commission to appraise tbe damages resulting to adjacent property from chapges of the grades of streets, avenues and alleys authorised hv the act of Con-1 gress approved February 12. 1901, relative to the ' elimination of grade crossings on the line of tbe I Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company Inj the District of Columbia, will meet at 10:30 o'clock a.m., on Tuesday, the 22d day of Sep- | tember, A.D. 1908. at the United States court-: bouse (city hall), in said District, in a room to I be assigned us by the United States marshal for said District, for the purpose of viewing the real property affected by the changes made In the grades of the following named streets, avenues and alleys In said District and hearing testimony touching' the damages resulting to said property from said changes of grade, pursuant t? the terms and provisions of an act of Congress approved June 29. 1906, entitled "An a*t to provide for payment of damages on account of changes of grade due to the elimination of grade crossInga on the line of the Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington Railroad Company," to wit: South Capitol street from D street to Canal street. 6th street southwest between D atreet und School atreet, O street southwest between 6tb street and 7th street. Virginia avenue southwest between 6th street and 7th street, D street southwest between 6th street and Sixth and One- I half (6t4? street. 7th street southwest between D 1 street and Maryland avenue. C street southwest between 7th street and 8th street, the alleys lh ! square numbered four hundred and sixty-four 1 (464). 10th street southwest between Maryland avenue and C street, Maryland avenue southwest between 9th street and lltb street and 14tb street southwest between D street and Water street. All owners of real property damaged by the changes made !n the grades of any of sala streets, avenues or alleys will file a petition with us. In this cause, duly signed and sworn to. for an allowance of damages, within twelve months after the said 22d day of September. A.D. 1908. It Is provided In and by the aforesaid act ofj Congress approved June 20. 1906. that upon the failure of any such owner to thus present his claim for damages, within said period, his right to do so shall cease and determine. CHARLES > A. BAKER. GEORGE W. MOSS. GEORGE SPRAXSY, Commission Appointed to Appraise Damages. (Seal.) A true copy?Teat: J. R. YOUNG, Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM. Asst. Clerk. trU-80t.iSu LEGAL NOTICES. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE ] District of Colombia. Washington. July 22. 1908. J ?Ordered: That the health ordinances of the Dia- ?trlct of Columbia, be, and they at* hereby amended by adding thereto the following: Regu- r lation Requiring tha Registration of Laundries in the District of Columbia. That every person who commonly launders for pay on the premises which he or she occupies, the clothing, or the sheets, pillow cases, table cloths, napkins, or other similar articles, belonging to any other per- , son or persons, shall report that fact to the , health officer in writing within thirty days after ' this regulation takes effect, giving his or her . name and the location of his or her premises, and the number of persons or families living independently of one another whom he or she serves. If less than ten In number; sud thereafter every person laundering as aforesaid aball report in like manner bis or her name, and the location of bla or her premises, and the number of persons or families whom be or she serves, within Ave days after the beginning of bis or her occupancy of such premises and the nee thereof for the purposes aforesaid. Any person violating any of the provisions of this regulation shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not lesa than tVenty-flve dollars. HENRY B. _ F. MACFARLAXD, HENRY L. WEST, JAY J. j MORROW, Commissioners, D. C. . ? STORAGE. 1 STOKE YOUR FURNITURE. PIANO. BTO.. * at WE8CHLER'S. #20 Pa. ave. n.w- reason- _ able ratea; conveniently located. Telephone 1 Main 1282. rov2-90t = 100 SEPARATE STORAGE ROOMS; STORAGE by tha load; packing, hauling and shipping. See ns before storing" THOS. DOWLIXG * CO., Auctioneers. 612 B St. n.w.; phone Main Bib. mhlO-tf.4 PALMISTRY. MME- RITA. THE WORLDS GREATEST palmist and astrologer, now holding recaptions r at 723 8th at. n.w. t Fee. 50c. Jy20-10t* | YOU KNOW THE PAST; LET ME TELL YOUR 1 future. (Out of darkness Into light.) II ' "Winona" tails you It's so; the most skeptical i satisfied. 913 G n.w.. rooms 6 and 6. ' jyaaot EDUCATIONAL. IE WASHIWGTOlt. f THE ESPDTA DALY MD8IC SOHOOL-PIANO I and singing taught. 1128 F at. n.a. C Phone Line. 409-M. ( $5 ten lessons, summer course. Jy28-30t*,4 ^ The Berlitz School of Languages, 723 14th St. N.W. TRIAL LESSONS FREE. c GRAND PRIZES. ST. LOUIS. '04; LIEGE, 'OB. . French, German. Spanish, etc. Native teachers. i722-tt 1 SHAVER'S STSS01 , Day and night school, open all the year; elec trie fans; experienced teachers; best equipment. J Typewriters sent to students' homes. Catalans 1 free JeaO-tfjs Wood's Commercial School, ] 811 EAST CAPITOL STREET. 1 Summer sessions. Electric fans. Good teachers. Moderate ratea. Jal6-tf.T I "top niMiMMsnnn m" ! u uufci uuv/uuvuiruva/vs/ihaJ/vi u uu THE SEMINARY OF OUR LADY. 1 Located on Wisconsin Avenue. 10 acre Oronnda. Primary. Preparatory and Academic Conraea. [ Graded acbool metboda are need with advantage I of lndlvdlual attention. For catalogue and partlculare address SISTER SECRETARY. Je2-90t 14 "The Immaculata." Wisconsin ave. P Stenographic Academy, 1 Colorado Biuiiiding. t Shorthand and Typewriting. Day ratea. $7.50 . per month; night. $5.00. Individual Inatrncttona. To punlla enrolling dnrlng Jnne. July and Angnet we offer complete conrae In Pitman for $30.00: Gregg, $25.00. Including typewriting, mygl-tf-10 pn W NN'9 business college, rth a k. J U || U $6?$6?A MONTH?$5- $5 Day. 1 Civil Service preparation. Night, i U Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, etc. no28-tf-4 OPT OF WASHIITOTOJC. VTAPT FWOOD Concordvllle, Pa. M t\ XT 1X VV KJ\J LJ, A TOCCeMfnl aohonl, near Philadelphia. Wakes np Bova to the dntlea of life. Preparea 40 Boya for college or bualneea. . 47th year. Large gymnaalnm. Dept. for Little 1 Boya. Snmmer home, with tutoring optional. Bo* 26. J. SHOBTLIDGB. A.M., Tale. Prln. my8O-B0t.eSu-7 FAUQUIER INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES. Warrenton, Va. The 46th aeaelon begin* Sent. C 24. 1006. Situated la Piedmont region of Virginia. 53 miles from Washington. A limited and thorough home school. Rataa. $200 upward. Cats- f logue. GEO G. BtTTLEB, A. M.. Prln.. Box 28. ? fr7-tu.th.aa.26t.I0 * ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, 1 ANNAPOLIS. MI). Department of Arts and Sciences of the University of Maryland. Established 1686. Classical and scientific col- , lege courses leading to degrees. Spaclal advantages for students purposing to atudy law or J medicine. Military department tinder army officer. , Also preparatory school for boya fitting for St. * John's or other colleges. Term begins Sept. 16. f Address THOMAS FELL. LL.D. f; Jy 14-tu. th.aa.26t. 12 * CHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL. CHARLOTTR o Hall, St. Marys county. Md.; ample buildings A and extensive grounds; healthful location at tbe historic "Cool Springs." Thorongh Instruction in mathematical, business. scientific aa<1 _ classical conrsea; military discipline. Board ~ and tuition. *180 per scholastic year. jyl-80t Q. M. THOMAS. A. M-. Principal. _ LOAN COMPANIES. Side entrance on Oth at. Private offices. Make a "Touch." . \ Next time you need money apply to _ Horning for a quick loan on A /T\*4 i Diamonds. Watches or Jaw- J? ([ IV- c T^l?n^cloT.^teT. &7? Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING, 9th & D, = Jy27-18d ; MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE ft OTH- ~ era upon their own notes, without security; easiest terms; confidential. Knowing ones who bare dealt elsewhere especially larked. My proposition will please. H. ELWOOD. rm. 416.Jenifer bldg., 7 AD. Je22-tf,8 IF YOD CAN BORROW 1 ?S0 Mo. ' ON YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. Why Pay More? ,c You may carry the loan as long as you please, * and there is no other charge except a notary fee *: of 60c. Other amounts up to $300 at even lower * rates. We will pay off the loan you now carry d and advance you more money at our reasonable rates. Call an$ get our terms before you make l a loan. Private offices. Confidential. ti The Liberal Company, , 0 (ITT 1117K Ml @ s.0am . U .lLlk? company 400 Commercial Bank building. N.W. Cor. 14th and Q Sta.. 4th Floor. ap30-tt0t.c8o.30 g Why Pay 110 Per Cent ? WHEN YOU CAN GET N Money at 3 Per Cent * On Your Furniture or Piano? No charge for drawing up papers. Nothing recorded or published. Absolutely no publicity. No delay*. We never lose a customer, because they are all satisfied to deal where they can get x the lowest rate* and most liberal terms. Remember, this Is the rate allowed pawnbrokers by law. The pawnbroker holds the security. We do not disturb it. but allow you to keep It In your possession. You have both money and security. Do not be fooled by the coaxing nds of other companies. They claim lowest rates, but we can offer you rates and terras that will show you how exorbitant their charges are. ii Mia a maw fin UVJi/'IU UWUUU BISl U9,w/tniUtl '* 'M''l U O "" CtJ THOMPSON BLDO.. 703 1BTH ST. X.W.. .. OPP. TREASURY. NEXT TO DRUG STORE. Ti THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY. Jal9-tf.3Q "Why pay 10% when you can get It for S%?" ^ If you are nn need of money " any amount, you can got It here Immediately. T" H. K. Fulton's Loan Office, p 314 9TH ST. N.W. Eatahliahed 1870. *' Loans made on Watches. Diamonds. Jewelry. Silverware, etc. Jcfe-tf-14 J Money Loaned Salaried People and others, without security; easy payments: offices In 63 principal cities: tare yourself money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOL- T* MAN. Room 506. 533 15th at. n.w. nol8tf,fl fTlMFWillf" -ONFurniture, Pianos, Organs, ^ Horses, Wagons, Salaries, Most Anything, 5 At lower rates of Interest than any loan company Id the city, and without any red tape. We are an old-cetablished company, with unlimited capital, and strictly private, up-to-date e< offices. Ji Potomac Guarantee Loan Co., H 825 F STREET N.W. ai 2d Floor.' Singer Building. A de24-tf.20 STEAMSHIPS. ideal Summer Cruise [o Halifax, NOVA SCOTIA and 5t. Johns, NEWFOUNDLAND. | RED CROSS LINE Stfam?r* Iciti N. I. every Saturday. 11 A. M., ? J malnlng In Halifax 1 day each way, , and 2 daya In St. Johns. Round trip ] 12 daya. For Information and booklet, Bowring St Co.. 17 State at.. New ( York. Jeld-tn.th.8o-26t.1T i BY SEA IS BABE. " bSSS- $7.00 THE MOST DELIGHTFUL < SHORT SEA TRIP ON THE COAST. The Maine Steamship Co. aell at their New *ork Pier 20 East River Ticket Office only, ten- j lay non-transferable excursion tickets from New f fork to Portland, Maine, and return for Seven tollers. 1 Tickets sold and accommodations assigned for j hese esrurstons only on day of sailing. Sailings from Near Tork Monday. 10 A.M., ruesday. Thursday, Saturday, 5 P.M. i Jy2T-tf,20d ,j OCEAN TRAVEL. CUNARD LINES. ! From Piers 51-52.34. North Rlrer. QU EEN 8TO WN?LI VERP00I-. LONDON?PARIS. 'ampanla.Ang. 1, 10 am Mauretanla.Aug. 12,3 pm ' Asltania.Aug. 5. 10 am ' Umbrla..Aug. 13, 8 am Strurla. ..Aug. 8, 11 am Lncanla..Aug. 10. 10am | Vf o iire>t a tiio 1 Largest. Finest and Fastest MaurclRUld. I Eteamaliips afloat In the Lusitania J wo rl d w#?['Nf.sdays. ' Hungarian-American Service TO FIUME VIA GIBRALTAR, NAPLES. TRIESTE. ILAVONIA Aug. 6. Sept. 24 'ANXONIA Aug. 20 1 'ARPATHIA Sept. 3 ' A RON IA Nov. 23 fernon H. Brown. Gen'l Agent. 21-24 State St., N. Y., Opposite the Battery. Or 126 State at.. Boston. Mass. ). W. MOSS. Agent, 1411 G at.n.w., Washington. fe!4-812t.eSu VORTH GERMAN LLOYD I Fast Express Service. 'LYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN-10 A.M. ' >cllie Aug. 4| Kaiser Wm. II..Aug. 18 4 Jronprinz Wm..Ang. 11 j Kaiser d. Or...Aug. 25 Twin-Screvv Passenger Service, ' 'I.YMOTTTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN?10 A.M. 1 frledrlch Wm..July 30 Buelow Aug. 18 i larbaroesa Aug. 6. Gr. Kurfuerat.. Aug. 20 Mediterranean Service. 1 GIBRALTAR?NAPLES-GENOA, AT 11 A.M. 1 ?. Irene Aug. 1 IK. Albert Aug. 22 | I. Lulse Aug. 16 IP. Irene Sept. S North German Lloyd Travelers' Checks. )ELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. Y. I WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1337 F ST. N.W. I !. F. DROOP St SONS CO.. 825 PENNA. AVE. < fel-312t.eSu HAMBURG-AMEmGAH IMffliffl-MIIMAiliraHS 'ennsylvanla... .Aug. 1 Patricia Aug. 8 imeriaa Aug. H'Hiuecher Aug. 13 . ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS TO ITALY. TRAVELERS" CHECKS ISSUED. COMPANY'S OFFICE. 45 BROADWAY. N. Y. 1 E. F. DROOP & SONS, ?25 PA. AVE. jy!7-tf AMERICAN LINE. 'LYMOUTH - CHERBOURG - SOUTHA MPTON. 'HILADELPHIA^QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL Atlantic Transport Line. NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT. RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK-DOVER-ANTWERP. WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YORK?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. LYMOUTH? CHERBOURG - SOUTHAMPTON. ^ BOSTON-QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS TO ITALY. WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1306 F 8T. N.W. R. M. HICKS, Passenger Agent. mh21-312t,eSu t FRENCH LINE. ! JOMPAGNIE GENERALS TRAN8ATLANTIQUB j Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France!. 8alling every Thursday at 10 a.m. from < ier No. 42. North River, foot Morton at.. N. T. < 'La Touralne... .July SOi *La Lorraine. ...Aug. 20 La Savoie Aug. 6. *La Touralne...Aug. 27 1 ja Bretagne Aug. 18'*La Savoie. ....Sept. 8 ] Twin-screw steamers. GENERAL AGENCY, 1? State St.. N. Y. GEORGE W. MOSS. 1411 G ST. N.W. fc2S36ftr J ff Oninor tn Fiirnnp a m km* m-* mm a lave your mail addressed care the London offlc# t The Washington Star. No. 3 Regent Street, <ondon, England. If desired, mall will be forrarded to all parts of Europe and the Oontlent. Tourists are requested to register at our (Bee tipoto reaching London. Washington Star London Office, No. 3 Regent st. deao-tf POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. 7ASHLNGTON AND POTOMAC STBAMBOAT COMPANY. 8TH STREET WHARF. Steamer HARRY RANDALL ? Monday' and Vedbesday at 4 p.m., for lower Potomac laadnga. Dills to Lower Macbodoc creek. Satnrday t 7 a.m. for landings between Glymont and iomlnl. Steamer WAKEFIELD?Sunday, Tuesday and 'bursday. 7 a.m.. for upper river landings to lolonial Beach and Mattnx creek. Steamer ESTELLE RANDALL?Dally at 7:80 .m. for Glymont and Intermediate points. Sunay, Tuesday and Thursday to Grinders In addilon. Return trip same day. Schedules subject to tide and weather, and to bange without notice. W. F. CARNE. Jr.. Gen'l Passenger Agt. myO-tf t RAILROADS. I W., B. & A. E. RY. "The Electric Line." I tOUBl.ri TRACK BETWEEN WASHINGTON . AND BALTIMORE. J TLB BEST WAY TO BALTIMORE. ANXAPO- g LIS, U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY. 2 BAGGAGE CHECKED FREE. 0 Electric palace cars from White House Station \ I5tb and H sts. NORTHEAST.! C For Rait lmore?*5:30, (1:30. *7:00. 7:30. 8:00. :?0, *fl:00, 0:30. 10:00. 10:30. *11:00 and 11:30 h m.; 12:00 noon. 12:30. *1:00, 1:30, 2:00. 2:30. < 3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, *5:00. 5:30. 6:00. 6:30, * 7:00, 7:30, *8:30, 0*0. *10:30 and **11:35 p.m. I allv. ' For Annapolis?C:30, 7:30. 8:30. 0:30. 10:30 and 1:30 a.m.; 12:30. 1:30, 2:30. 3:30. 4:30. 5:30, :30. 7:30. 0:3o and *11:35 p.m., dally. Indicates local trains. All others are limited, topping only at Naval Academy Junction. No -alklng or hiring of cabs necessary. 5 Fares. One way. Round trip, t To Baltimore 75c $1.25 . To Annapolis and C. S. Naval Academy 75c $1.25 ri All H street cars run direct to White House tatlon. h Ticket office at 14th and N. Y. ave. northwest E nd at White House Station. 15th and H sts. > IORTHEAST. Telephone M. 7305. Ic23-tf.40 8 Jaltimmore and Ohio R. R. J LEAVE NEW UNION STATION. r ROYAI. BLUE LINE. EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR" K TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. EW TERMINAL. 23D STREET. NEW YORK. v 7.00 a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor. t9.00 a.m. Bullet. Parlor. 5-hour Train. n 19.00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car* t til.00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. ' ? 1.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. ' 8.09 p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullman,Shr. 1 t4.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. B 5.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor. 8.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. 12.00 p.m. Sleepers. 2.62 a.m. Sleepera. ATLANTIC CITY. t7.00. -9.00. 111.00 a.m.. 1.00, *8.00 p.m. t( "EVERY HOPR ON THE nOUR" * ?i TO BALTIMORE. * (Week days, 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.) b 2.62. t5.00, tO.30, *7.00. *7 20. t8.00. *8.30. ?, 1.00. tU-30. tlO.00. *11.00 a.m.. *12 00 noon. 12.05. *1.00, 11.1.5, t2.00. *3.00, t3.20. 18.30, t< 1.00, t4.46. *5.00, f5.C3, *5.30, fS.OO, *0.80. n LOO. 8.00. t9 80, *10.00, 10.35, *11.33. *0.00 ? ,m. P WESTWARD. CHICAGO. *1.22. *5.80 p.m. tl CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS and LOUISVILLE. rj 1.10 a.m.. *4.05 p.m., *12.40 night. j PITTSBURG. *9.10 a.m., *1.22. *9.10 p.m., " 12.30 night. n CLEVELAND. *9.10 p.m. b COLUMBUS. *6 80 pm tl WHEELING. *9.10 a.m.. 'S-SO p.m. WINCHESTER. t9.10 a.m.. t4.05. t5.00 p.m. FREDERICK. t6.20. 19.10. 19.15 a.m.. |1.80. 1.05. t5.4B p.m. HAOERSTftWN. 9 10 a.m., t5.00m.tn. ANNAPOLIS. 17.20. tS.OO a.m.. 112.05 noon, tl 1.20. 13 30. 15.30 and tO.OOp.m. . Dally. tExcept Sunday. fSundav only. Ll TELEPHONES at all of the following ticket h Bees: 1417 G ST. N.W.. Main 1391; 010 Penn- C1 rlvanla ave.. Main 278. New Union Station? .. Ticket Office. Main 7380. Information Bureau J! Main 7380. tl ? 1( SeaboardAirLsraeRaillway. ? TICKET OFFICE. 1421 PENNA. AVE. .? NOTICE.?Following schedule not guaranteed. 9:05 A.M. DAILY?Seaboard Mall. Through " 'aches and Pullman sleepera to Savannsb and b eksonvllle. Through sleeper Washington to R am let and Hamlet to Atlanta. Dining cars. \" :20 P.M. DAILY?Seaboard Express Coaches ad Pullman to Savannah. Jacksonville, Tampa, r, tlanta. Blrminrtam. Memphis. Dining ears. *r S. H. STANSELL. District Paaaenger Agent. RAILROADS. Atlantic Coast Line. July t. ims. Notice.?'Am departure# and conaaetleM M lot euarsnteed. 4:3o a.m. dally?Through coacbaa and atowptag an to Jacksonville. 3:46 p.m. dally Sleeping rata to Jackanarflta. Ha.; Port Tamoa. Fla.: Augusta. Oa.: Ckartna:<m. 8. C.t and Wilmington. N. C. Throng* -oarhee toJarkeonrille. U>EXCELLED Dlv [NO CAR SERVICE. For tickets and all lafnraatl<m apply at tko )FFICK OF THE LINE. 141P NEW TORE AVENUB NORTHWEST, AND UNION STATION. <3BO. P. JAllR*. D P.A., Waebtimtoa, D. a r. a white, q. p. a. w. j. cratq. p. t. m, Wilmington. N. Oi Schedule of Excursion Trains TO AND FROM Chesapeake Beach Efftftlw June 28. ipns. SUBJECT TO CHANOE WITHOUT NOTICE. week day8. * GOINO?Lr. District Line Station 9:25 a.m.. 11:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 6:40 p.m., 7:49 p.m. aad >:4S p.m. RETURNING?Lt. Chesapeake Reach 8:80 a.m.. 12:46 p.m.. 2:00 p.m.. 0:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. aad 10:00 p.m. SATURDAYS. GOINO- Lt. District Line Station 8:25 a.m., 11:00 a.m.. 2:0O p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:40 p.m.. 7:4? p.m. and 0:45 p.m. RETURNING?Lv. Chesapeake Beach ?:Srt a.m . 12:45 p.m.. 2:00 p.m.. 8:00 p.m.. 8:08 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS. GOING- lt. District Line Station 0:25 a.m., 11:00 a.m.. 2:00 p.m.. 3:00 p.m.. 4:00 p.m., 1:49 p.m. and 8:43 p.m. RETURNING?lt. Chesapeake Roach 7:00 a.m.. 12:45 p.m., 2:10 p m.. 6:00 p m.. 8:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 n.m. jyg-tf PAUL Y. WATERS. Gon. Mgr. ChesapeakeftOhioRaiiway NOTE. Published only as infarmatlea. and Ml tuaranteed. 1:00 P.M.?C. A O. LIMITED. dally-Fast t?et1hulo train, rullman sleepers to t/vitsrtlle, Cincinnati. Iodlanapolla. Chicago and St. I/oula. Connection for Virginia Hot Springe. Pnllman cars Lotilarllle to NaahTllle, Memphis and New Orleans. Dining cars, a la carle aerrlce. 11:10 P.M.?F. F. V. LIMITED. dally-foll?80 Keepers to Cincinnati, Let lag ton and Loulartlle. Compartment sleeping car to Virginia Hot Springs week days. Dining car, a la carte aerrlce. Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Lools and Loalsrllla to Memphla, NaabTllle and New Orleans. Reeerratlons and tickets at 518 PenasylTmila irenne. 1338 F street and new Union atatlen. relepbone Main 7880 for Waablngtoe Terminal ?ab Serrlce. and Main 1066 or 2206 for G. A O. Ticket Office. southern railway. N. B.?Following achadula figures published ?nly as Information and are not guaranteed. For Atlanta. Birmingham Mobile, Now Oceans. Ashedle. Chattanooga, Memphis, 3:13 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. dally. For Roanoke. KnoxTtlle, Chattanooga, Memphis. New Orleans, 10:45 p.m. dally. For Columbia. Charleston, Augusta, At kern Savannah. JacksoBTtllo and Florida points, 4:19 p.m. dally. Tourist cars for California tri-weekly. 4:10 p.m. Local for Harrisonburg. 7:80 a.m. dally. 4:11 p.m. week daya; for Dandle. 8:16 a.m. dally, ind for CharlottesTllle, 8:15 a.m. and 4:66 p.*. lally. Frequent trains to and from Btaemewt. L- S. BROWN. General Agent FORE WATER. CRY8TAL ROCK WATER 18 FAMOUS roE Its purity; received fresh dally from Chestnut Hill. Vs.; used and Indorsed by leading physicians. Office. 781 11th n.w. Phone If. M2T. lrl6-90t*.cSp HOUSE PAINTING. TOR QUICK AND PROMPT SERVICE SEE QE WRITE WM. B. KELLY. 816 PA. AVE. 8.E.. OR PHONE LINCOLN 1?U. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVE*. myl6-D0t.4 ANTIQUE FURNITURE. HUGO L. WALTER. Antique Furniture Upholstering. Mattress Making. Phone M. T1SS. US 10th si S.W. my5-POt.A FIRST FRUITS OFF THE VINE. Watermelons From Lower Chesapeake Ahead of N. C. Shipments. Contrary to general expectations among lealers in melons at the 11th street wharf he bulk of the supply of the flne fruit b coming from lower Cheeapea'te bay ind not from North Carolina, whence thi Irst fruits of the vine generally come. Df the four vessels that have arrived here so far with melons aboard only one has come from North Carolina and the remainder from points on the bay. Sunday afternoon the bugeye M. A. Colburn, from Deals Inland. Md., and the schooner Eva Alice, from the Plankatank river, Virginia, arrived at the 11th street nrharf with about half cargoes of the fruit. Yesterday afternoon the bugeye Stephen Dark, with 1,800 melon* aboard, lolned the vessels at wharf markets pad. oday the 11th street wharf has been * ery buay place. ^ Aboard the vessel* at the whalf last light there were about 6.000 melons. By onight fully two-thirds this number will ye sold to uptown dealers who are laying n supplies for the local trade. The melons were selling this morning at >rlces ranging rrom 10 to su cent* eacn n hundred lots, a low price for this early n the season. The melons coming from rhespeake bay points are rather smaller han usual, due to dry weather, but are iweet and were never In better condition or table use. The watermelon season is now on at the lth street wharf and from now until cool veather comes vessels will be coming into tort with cargoes of melons aboard. % I Gutter Dexter to Be Sold. The old revenue cutter Dexter, one of he veterans of the revenue cutter service leet, which has outlived Its usefulness n the revenue service, but is still in good irder for other service, will be sold at tubllc auction next month under orders rom the headquarters of the service in his city. A board to appraise the old ship has >een appointed, with the following members: Capt. D. P. Foley, Cap*. J. L. hill and First Lieut, of Engineers C. W. 'ast row. The result of their inspection if the ship will be reported to Capt. Vorth Q. Ross, commanding the revenue utter service. Bids for the purchase of the ship will >e opened In the Treasury Department tugust 17. The Dexter is a screw teamer of 370 tons, and was built at loston in 1874. She has a wooden hull, .nd was last on the Mew London station. Whereabouts of River Men. M. Mitchell Davis of Solomon's Island, id., was in the city yesterday on a visit o Capt. Jack Taylor regarding: a new ugboat which he is building at 8olorion's for Taylor & Bro. of this city. M. C. Clark, who. with his family, has ieen spending several days at Colonial leach, returned home last night on the teamer Wakefield of the Washington nd Potomac line. L>. A. Clark of Carter & Clark, returned 1st night from a short , stay at Atlantic Mty and was on duty In his office on the iver front tills morning. Capt. Elisha Atkins, master of the chooner Ellscha Atkins, with ice aboard, till be on that vessel when lie visits this ity next month. Capt Atkins was fOrlerly a regular trader to this port in he schooners H. L Baker. M. B. Seavey nd other vessels, but this will be the first ime he has been iiere with his new cnooner. Launch Elisabeth Repairing. The power launch Elizabeth, belonging: i the dredging company having the conract the improvement of the tidal asin and the river channel hereabout, > out on the marine railway at Regan's j straighten her shaft and for other reair work. The hull will be cleaned and alnted before she is launched. The Margaret is used as a tender to he dredging machines at work in the iver. While working in shoal water a ay or two ago her hull struck a sublerged obstruction and the shaft was ent. The little craft will be two or hree days on the railway. Inland Trip to New York Ends. The power launch Belle Rose, one of tie largest power launches owned in this Ity. has returned from New York with er owner and a party aboard. The little raft left here about two weeks ago and ie trip going and returning was made irough the inland waterways of the Attntlc coast. From this 'city the Belle ose went by way of the Potomac and hesapeake bay to Chesapeake City, then irough the Delaware and Chesapeake inal to the Delaware river. From the elaware the launch went through the aritan canal to waters connecting with ew York bay and th^blg city. Those laking the trip were Capt. Danzenhaker. ugene Keraan. Charles 8toleman and laude Pendarvis. / t