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STAR BRANCH OFFICES. If not convenient to call at Ti e Star office, 11th street and Penn sylvania avenue, leave your ad vertisements at any of the follow ing Branch Office?: WAHT AD8, 1 CEJTT A WOBD. Minimum, 15 canta only. NORTHWEST BRANCHES; Bntler *; Field. Druggists. :t?| and Indiana ave. I<ouls B. C?trl). Pharmacist. 3l?i0 Iltli h(. Commercial Bank Bide:.. Po?taI Telegraph Crlswell's Drug Sto-e. Tria and T at*. Tho?. A. IWiyn*. Isth and Columbia roa<l. Ihipont Pharmacy. 20tii and r st-?. Kpplr's Drug Store. 4th au.l Welling pla<-e. Krn?r?on. ij. TV., Urh at. and Pur!; road, ?inline.'* Drug Store. ltlli und U >-ts. IJoMenherg'* Bureau of Information. H?-rb>fn Drug Store. 2T>tlt and Pa. ??/?. H?Itzcla\T's N??>sland, 1705 Pa. ute. Interior Dept.. Ktb i:Od K. Po*tni Telegraph. S. Kann. Son* A Co., Information B'lroau. King:* Drug Store. l."?th ?nd I si*. W. II. Dm is. Drug Store. fttli and S. National I|ote|, postal Tfle|tr?pli. l'ortman's Piiarmacy. 14th and K. I. ace. Hp*- K Mnndin. li>th and K. Roland Wallace. Newsstand and Stationery Store. j?;a> ??th at. n.w. Union Station. Postal Telegraph. 1 Tnltrd Stalin Capitol. Postal Telegraph. Wwln Varnold. 14tb and Monro-- sts. n.w. Woodward A- l^tlirop. Superintendent's <4?sk. 122?t tV?nnect|et?t are.. postal Telegraph. Fred. B. Campbell. Drug*. 420"; u?. are. liKttRUETOWX: O'TVirinull's Pms Store. "2d and M sts. O'DonmH's Drug Stor-. .'tail and P *t*. Pride's Pharinaey. 2S|ii nad P st*. NORTHEAST: Butler's Pliarinaey, Itli and Stanton pi. n.f. F.. K. Rich;; it! Jen A- i'o.. N. Cap. an I P sts. Kenegiy's Pharmacy. N. Capitol and I at#. C. 1,. Kmii*. Hth and K sts. n.r. l.anhani's Pharmacy. 11th and K. Capitol sts. Mooradin's Pharmacy. 1h ami H sts. n.e. Yeattnan. f>. A.. Pharmacy 7lh and H n.e. SOUTHEAST: Bradley's Drug Store. Hth and F. sts. s.e. o'Donrell's Drug Store, 3d and Pa. are. s.e. M. S. Fcaly. Druggist. Ilth and Pa. a*e. SOITHWKST: tltli St. wharf. Postal Telegraph Office, stilliran's Drug Store. 7th and D eta. s.w. ? liarlca S. Walter, Ool 4'i at. s.tv. TKM.F.YTOWN. I>. C.: ?:eorge p. Purton. Druggist. Wisconsin a'*e. WANTED?AGENTS. WANT KD- AGENTS- WK MA N CP ACT!' RF AND control ninety fast sellers; no other Arm han dles them; l>lg illustrated catalogue of S."0 specialties free; aamplr.s finished: etery tw?ns?w|f? a purchaser. PEASF MFG. CO.. S3. Buffalo. Y. ??'pU Su.l'i.W WANTED?SALESMEN! W A NTFD SALFSMEN -ON E OK THF LARG cs[ agen. y rornpanic* in I*. S. j-.ist opening the ens': it's NEW: only company intrcdueing lino in cast: three experienced men wanted: com pany highly rated: get local 'wnk'a indorse. mr-nt?: n> stocks or anything of the kind. If yon are a lire <>nc and understand hoir to soil. tlis *t-II interest. Splendid opportunity to get slate -ontr-tct. Box 20'J. Star offlee. WANTED?HELP. One C#n: a word for IB w?.rd?. \\ A VI K1> ? PATENT TiRAFTSMAN. BXPtKT, ! for out-of-town position. Apply to E. W H?XJI.E. the Arlington. Wodnesdav and Thm*s-1 "'.t- my4-2; ? ! WANTKft RRItiHT Vol I'M. ASSIST IN STORff: splendid chanre for advaniemont. Address j Bo* 201. Star oigoo. my4-2t* WAXTEII- PAPKRHANrtKRS TO PAPF.R EN tire Imilding: piece work. Apply at ? a.m.. ?~14 -~th ii. m . WANTED-JOB PRESS FEEDEIt. FRANC E. ?sHFIRY. UK),-. F. m. WANTED-EXPERIENCED MEAT CI'TTER IV gi-ecery itofe. i:j.'7 II n.e. my4-::t* WANTED ? ABI.E - BODIED YOl'Nti MAN ? wbite?. with sohie oiPchanlcal ability, to work in our inwtion department; to soher. Indus 1work(,r *ood future. Apply immediately XS EsT DISINFECTING COMPANY. 1228 II n.w. Wt.VTUi- MIDDLE-AGED WHITE MAN TO ?yo-k *t cooatry pla<*e on car lin?: snmll fum-1 'It; good home; references required. Box 190 Star ofltce. WANTED?T1TOR FOR PRIVATE INSTrTc^ tion in arithmetic; state charges. Box 162, Star n)v^-2t* WAN l ED-SIX GENTI.EMEN TO ENLIST IN lo-al niilitia company about to reorganlre. Box 100. Star offi<-e. my4-::t* WANTED - EXPERIENCED CEMENT SILL maker, two Uliorcrs and bov to drlre cart. B.v tr.-,. Star oflkc. WAViKD- FXPERIEN?.KD COLLECTOR BY a-C- instaliment house: onlr tho-* who hnre h?d experience ne?-,| aildreas; good saiarv to ih? right man. Box 1S4. star oHlce. ? my4-.1t WAN | ED-TAILOR; MI ST BE YOUNG MAN. to make himself useful at the cutting board] at-d in the biisheling departmcat. J. M. STF.IN ' CO.. r.2;: ioth n.w. WANTKI)^-TW() FIRST-CLASS BIKHELMEN. J. M. STF.IN * CO.. .>23 13;h n.w. iny4-3t WANTKD-THOROLGHLY EXPERIENCED OP er:?tor on' ladies' outer garments: permanent position: good salary. Apply at onee. M. PH1I.IPSBORN k CO.. ?>1ft Hth n.w. my4-3t WANTED-PORTER AND HOISEMAN CALL round! with reference. HOTEL JOHN SON. WANTED-BRIGHT BOYS FROM 16 TO 10 | years of age as bundle wrapper*, bundle col lectors and recorders. Apply to SUPT.. WOoD WAHD k. LOTHROP. my4^t WANTED ? EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN woman's ?boc department. Apply to MAN ACER. WOODWARD A LOTHROP. my4-3t WANT EI??THUEE MEN ON LADLE"** COATS a; once. F. C. CHORLEY. 1014 14tk at. n.ir. n?y3-3t A XT ED?ONE TAIU)R AND ONE BUSHBL tnan. Apply T. HE1LMAX. 1735 Pa. are. my3-2 \VAXTE1?- FIRST-CLASS LADIES' TAILORS ON plain and fancy work. 90S 14tb st. BODE. tey3-3; WANTED COLORED BOY TO Rt'N ERRANDS F. c CHORLEY. 1014 14th at. n w. my3-2l xvANT ED?YOI:XG MAN NOT OVER 21 YEARS of ?g,. as assistant bookkeeper and bill clerk; references required. Box 154, Star office. T.vL'-St W A NT ED- CO LORPD MAN. EXPERIENCED piei.s?ir ou women's garmeuts. Apply at JMIfS OARFINKLE k. CO.. G27 ljth st. mrC-."t WANTED- FIRST CLASS COACH PAINTER. Auply rear of 14th st. n.w. my2-31* WANTED - LINOTYPE INSTRUCTION: LIB ertl. tlioiougli coarse. Write for 1 booklet. EM PIUE SCHOOL. 41!) l?t are.. New York. myl-10t* ? 1 ? ? I | WANTED - YOUNG LADY IN LAWYER'S OP ""?e; wit'.i son* knowledge of stenographr; B. H, >. preferred; state salary expected." Ad dress B<.r 197. Star t.fllce. WAXTED-WAIST AND SKIRT HANDS: AIJIO ncjp?'r?. B i.e. vn.T4-3t* WANTED - YOUNG LADY CASHIER IX REAL estate office; jj> .?t have s9me knowledge of bes; of references required. Box '?H. Star offl.-e. tny|-2t WANTED- EXPERIENCED COAT HANDS Foil our alteration room: permanent mvltions fi>r ? "n pet en' |>e.-pie. LAUMAVS. 402 7fh st. n.w WANTED DRESSMAKERS AND WAIST nar>?is for alteration room: grxsi s:4:arr- steady employment. BON MABCHE. 816 Ttlt St. my2 .jt WAN I K.D-kRIGHT. NEAT OIRLS. |0 YEAftS ' , inessenfers: good pay and ? |ia>n-e f.ir promotion. AdpIt to H W SCHAl B. with Goldcnberg's. 7th and K ats! m.Y2-3t W \N I KD-GIKI. TO LABEL BLNDLEg. Jif. n r st F st. n.w. apll.tf l'A 'J^ KORSET Kr.ASPS. 25e. . KANT-PRE8 KOR-ETS FROM $1.30 i P. MISS CUNNINGHAM fe'.V>0t.4 711TH ST. N.W. " BOHXRia U ANTED AT ONCE. A ^OUNG COlX>REO girl to help with g-neral housework. 75?-i R ?t. n.w. WANTED - COOK AND GENERAL HOl'SE Torker: rood wage*. Apply 830 O at. a.e. WANTED HOUSRMAII*. WITH GOOD REF erencea. 1719 Rhode Island a?e. my4-3t WANTED - WHITE WOMAN. WITH LA RGB yard for washlt\g; g?od [tar fi>r g(v?d woyk: refercaees required. Address Box 1?6. S?ar offi.-e tny4-efl.lt* W ANTED COJORED Cook. |20. LEAVE CITY; alKi? general hflus?>workers. h'nist>oiaids nurses laimdre- ses, butlers. LADIES' EXCHANGE, *>7 ^^e^mont aye. W * NT EI I - FRENCH MAID. $:*?; COOKS. ?40, 126: also waitresses, nuraes. laundivsses. gen es?I hou^eworkers. LADIES' EXCHANGE, SO" Vermont are. WANTED A GIRL F<?R GENERAL HOUS? worts: stay nights. Apply 1?CW 3d at. n.w. WANTED RELIABLE COLORED GIRL FOR ee?wral honw-work In suall family; references. 1314 S st. n.w. W ANTKD?tilRI. FOR LIGHT IIOUSBWORK: fjnsllv of thre?-. Apply 1111 Otli at: s.^r. mvl-Jt* WlVf ED-RELIABLE COLORED iilRL FOR hoii?iwork and <-ooklng. Apply at once, 1330 14th st. n.w. WANTED NEAT COLORED WOMAN FOR ? ooklng sad general housework: stay nights. 14Ti? frying at. tny4 3t WANTED A WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE n-ork In prlrate family: no cooking; good laun dress. App'y ;tr32 13th at. n.w. WONTED-WOMAN TO COOK AND HELP laundress; reference. 490 Md. aee. s.w. i WAN'TED MIDDLK AGED WHITE WOMAN TO work at country place on car line: good, com fortable home: small family; references re quired. Box 19ft. Star offlee. WANTED WELL RE< OMMENDW) COIX>RED laundeesa f<?r out of. elty. Call CABAX1SS. 11*4 iftth st. ? WANTEI>?'A COIjORED GIRL AS CHAMBER maid and waitress: must have good city ref imvi'co; villln? lo go to. the country for sum mer. Apply 2331 Q st. WANTED?HELP. texaxjs?ooKKtna WANTED roUjRED LUX DRESS CO NORTH dur ng ranmc: nI?o c?>k. *20; chambcrmaid Tflitiv*. SIS: other i In h. I.ADIKV EXCHANGE. W7 Vcrn.ont ave. wanted?a white tv> cook. wash and ln?n; stay niphts; pMid reft'rcoivs. Ap ply H47 Wyoming nrc n.w. my3-2t* WANTED?YOUNG WoMA.x FOIt GENERAL howfwnrk; no laundrr. A nn! v ?tlO 2<>t'a si my::-3t* WANTEIMJIIX FOR GENERAL Ill M'SEWORK : must be w, 1 recommended. lS-'l Adams Mill rf>*d- rny3-2i WANTED 1217 M.VSS. AVE. N.W.. WOMAN, ?'onipetent to cook. wash Mm! In.it: two in family; references required. my3-2t? WANTED? COLORED WOMAN To COOlT wash and iron: stay nights. 1720 Lament at. n?el*-3t WANTED?SITUATIONS. One r?it a wn-rf for IS wor>1?. HUE. At DM OK AND ACCOIX TANT: BOOKS OPEN - *?*': ledgers posted: statements; superintend ence. .S. tt. FLYXX. Sth and K. my3-7t* CLERICAL WORK-YOUNG MAX. Ill; Ex perienced: best references. Box 206. Star office. my4-3! ? COI.ORED MAX WISHES I'l.ACK AS HOUSE man ?>r apartment house. i??k k st. n.w. EUROPEAN PIANIST OK BERLIN HHii'l school des-es to give pupi's lessons at I heir h.-mea beginning May B..x 176. Star officc. nir.'i !? IRM-CLASS PATENT OFFICE DRAFTS man seeks situation at rrinunrriititp salarv; German translations. Box 175. S!ar office. mv.'I-St* JAPANESE YOUTH. POSITION IX SI MMER: has best references. Address Box 1.12 Star my2 3i* OI TOMETIilST AXD THOROUGHLY O riT p>}ent optician of l?mg experience and high references. expert artificial eye titter. i< ..pen I f-.r engagement wi.h first-class hotiv: W?<h | ington preferred: terms reasonable. Address E. II. SILAS. 343 .'Id aie , X?w York citv. my4-tii.th.sii.:;t? i WANTED PI.ACE RY WHITE MAX A> XIGIlr w at< iitnan. L BEAULIEU. Shepherd road t are .Mni Filxgcrald. WANTED - RY A 31 >-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT of ivfinomrnt. ability nn?l expt*rirn?v; in n?irs lnjy. a pati nt for tho summer. Cux 181. Star .Offlff. W A NTEI l- PL.O E IN PR I VAT?! FAMII.Y T<? work af>r school: boy. 11 years. 24!l ;:d s.w. YOUNG J A PA XESE WANTS (GENERAL lit H slf work. Address Box l?0. star office. my4-3t~ lot "NO MAN DKSIKKS POe'i I l().\ A.S liK.V tlcm:.!.'* companion or lioy's tutor: co'lege I graduate: relined: excd'oct references \?i- [ dress Box 1V.. Star oftli". my2-3t* SOKESTXa ! PORTER - BY RELIABLE COLORED BoY~ place a? porter or work of any kind. 211S 13fh st. WANTED BY COLORED MA\ WORK BY day. work or month as cook: housework. In or outside work: reference*. Address G. A W Star office. MA?E OB FEMALE. BUTLERS- FIRST-CLASS COLORED BUTLERS, cooks sod ladies" maids; persona] references fall CABANISS. IHt 1.1th si. BUTLERS FIRST-I LASS GERMAN. ENGLISH and Spanish butlers: excellent cooks. waiters, pnrlorii'aids. chambormaids and ladiea' maids; personal referents. Call CABANISS AGENCY 1144 loth n.w. WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY: KIND aod lovely (iisfioHition; traTeltaj companion or froverno*'* to cblldren. Address O. A. P.. 121 nth 8 P- my4-2t WANTED-BY A THOROUGHLY EXPKRI eneed dressmaker, sowinjr in families tn Wash ington; terms reasonable. ALICE J. HARRIS 204 Prospect ave.. Roland Park. Baltimore. my 4-31* WANTED-PLACE WITH A DRESSMAKER AS waist trimmer. Address 1*. W. W.. Star office. - DOMESTIC. BY EXPERIENCED FRENCH COOK. SITI'A tion; husband Is trained butler; j'er-onal ref ereutes: other cooks: all eapacit!es help white, eolored. LADIES' EXCHANGE, So7 Vermont rrv. COOK - BY COLORED WOMAN. PLACE TO cook: private family: any part of the citv. Add res* 1015 od s.tv. ?COOK-- WAXTED. BY RELIABLE GIRL. PLACE do cooking; mornings and evenings or general houaework in small family. Call 1615 loth st n.w. / COOKS - WHITE AXD COLORED COOKS, chambermaids, nurses, general houseworkeis. ll?.".~. Ilth st. Phone North filK2. COOKS?'l WO NEAT WOMEN. COOKING. GKX eral workers or cliamb^imaids. IOC.j llih n.w Phone Xortii dIK2. DAY'S WORK -BY COLORED WOMAN, DAY'S work or washing. HENRIETTA BROWN. 205 O n.w. GIRL WOULD LIKE PLACE AS CHAMBER maid or laundress, rr day's work. 1714 Bren ton st. n.w.. bet. 17th. 18th. O and P. my4-2t? HOl'SEWORKER - WANTED. A PLACE AS eook. light houseworker. Call at 173 J Sea ton st. n.w. HOLSEWORK GIRL. PLACE TO DO HOI SE work in small family: work by dav. 1428 R I ave. HOUSEWORK ?BY COIjORED WOMAN. PLACE as chambermaid or light housework. 633 N st n.w. HOUSEWORK - BY NEAT COLORED GIRL light housework: stay mights. 1520 Marion st. n.w. HOUSEWORK - BY GIRL PLACE AS ?;BN *ral bouse worker in small famiiv. 63-S W st. n.w. HOUSEWORK-PLACE AS GENERAL HOLsc! worker In small family. 1540 Marion st. n.w. HOUSEWORK ?GIRL. PLACE TO Do LIGHT housework. 42 Fentan st n.e. my3-2t* LAUNDRY TO TAKE HOME OR DAY'S WORK. 780 Morton st. n.w. LA UNDRESS- BY~GC)OD LAUNDRESS W ASII Ing and ironing to lake home. 1224 Madison ?>? my3-2t LAUNDRESS ? BY A RELIABLE COIX)REI> woman, washing at home. 302';.. Bryant st. LAUNDRESS. FIRST-CLASS WASHING TO DO at home: stinny yard. 1747 S st. n.w. LAUNDRESS ? Flh-ST-CLASS COLORED LA UN* dress wants work by the day; home or out; -al?o flrst-elass chambermaid. ?:>1 Fairmont st. n.w. my3-2t* NURSE?PLACE AS NURSE BY SETTLED COL ored woman. EMMA MAHONEY. 1329 Sonth Capitol. my4-e03t? WANTED?BY EXPERIENCED WHITE GIRL, place as nurse. 1004 Pa. ave. n.w. WAXTKD-BY RELIABLE WOMAN. PLACE AS good cook: elty reference. 1712 21st st. u.w. my4-2t* WANTED-BY A XEAT COLORED GIRL. Pi_.CE in cafe. ?2? T n.w. WANTED ? BV COLORED WOMAN", DAY'S work: washing, ironing or cleaning; best refer emes. Call or wrlf? 14q*. Easi Capitol st. WAXLED- BY A BESPECTABLF. COLORED woman, day's work in an apartment house. 629 N ?t. n.w. my4-2t* WAXTED?BY COLORED GIRL. LIGHT HOUSE work; reference. 311 H st. s.w. WANTED- BY COI-ORED WOMAN. HOTEL OR lnnrhr"om work. 5Q4 22d st. WANTED-POSITION BY NORTHERN WOMAN as pastry cook and baker: willing to go out of city for summer. W. T. U.. Star office. my3-2* WANTED?A PLACE AS A COOK OF CLEAN Ing tut by the day; references. 32 I>?eatur ?t. n.e. my3-3t* LOST AND FOinm r Ope cec' a word each tlrtie for 1.1 words g Hoi** LOST?DURING D. A. R. CONGRESS. SMALL stow cameo pin: Roman gold, surrounded by pearls. Apply at ARLINGTON HOTEL for re "?*"1- my4-3t LOST-BLACK POMERANIAN TKJG. ON CoNX. ave. bridge; answers to name Toto. Reward If returned to JOHNSON EROS.. 1312 F st. mv4-3r U>ST-PIXK ( ORAL NECKLACE. REWARD IF returned to 24122 14tb st. n.w. my4-3t* U ?ST -SUNDAY AFTERNOON. OLD-FASHIOX ed gold necklace; ffi,t links and red coral In elasp: valued as heirloom. Please returu to 1737 S st. Reward. ray3-3t LOST-^JOI I. WATCH WITH INITIALS J. R~. and fob with name Jennie. Itetween 15th and II n.e. and Benninr Helcbls. May 3. 1901. Re ward if reunite*! 1925 11th n.w. my4-3t* LOST GOLD WATCH. st] MATTHEW'S Church or on R. I. are. 17th or P st.. Sunday niornln?. Liberal reward. Miss M\RTIl\ PORTER. 1443 P n.w. iny4-3?" LOST-BETWEEN 1303 WIS. AVE. AND RTH awl Market sp:ice. plain gold bracelet. Reward If returned KANX'S, Office, 1st floor. uiy3-3t* LOST?MONDAY MOft^IMi, ON WAY TO Treastu-y by 9tb street and New York are. lines, lady's small open-face ^oM watcli. Waltbam inake. Elgin moTtinent; Initial* in monogram. A. II. M. Return to 144 S<>aton Dlacv n.w. Reward. my3-3t* LOST- PEARL CltF.v KNT PIN ON COXX. are. Iiet. Rsnscher's and R at. Reward If re turned to 2016 R st. mr2-3t LOST-LARGE WHITE PEARL EARRIXG bet. 1T4G Mass. s*e. and 4 Jackson pi. L'heral reward. 1746 Maaa. are. iny2-3t LOST-RED SILK UMBRELLA AT CHASES matinee Friday. Kindly return same t<? 315 9th s.e. Rei-ard. my2 3t UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. HEACTIKUL LINK PARASOLS. Various colers and tim: ladles' own mnrvrtal made op to match salts; recovering and re paJWn^ a ap^lalty. GBISWOOLO. ?u lit* n.w. MOVING. PACKING ft SHIPPING. WHEN' TOU ARE GO I NO TO MOVE. " Consult KRIEG'S EXPRESS. We base large padded ???> aod careful men to more your fur niture. pianos and trunks. Packing and ship ping ? specialty. Storage. Main 5010. 1224 H at. n.w. W2M0t ? WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. One ceni a word neb lime for 15 *?nl? 7 tire** Hl<; II EST CASH PRICKS p.\ID F<'It ? "I1N ?aKMENT-- HDIE"'. GENTS' *rHII,DRKNS SHOES & H ATS. SEND POSTAL: WILL OAIX. J. I AKSIIES. 1.1 7 I H N.W. Pteine Nona WJ. n?.v4-tf. 4 HIGHEST CASH lUtU KS I*A11> Ft?R SECOND baud furniture of nil kind* at A. MILLER'S FURNITURE HOUSE. !>tb and E sts. n.w. Drop postal or |ih<>n- Main 52.r3. niv4-K:>t.! HA\F Voi r HOUSES O.KANKD~ BY T1 IK OLD RFI.IABLE HOUSECLEANER. A. W. MOON. 1317 V. Phone N. -ISIS. my4 14t WANTED-TO PURCHASE STK1NWA Y BABV Grand piano or a* good: must be neariv new; will p-iv cash: g've irartirukn. Box 1!'5. Star uiy4-3t* W AN TED TO HI Y OLD FEATHER BEDS. When selling why not drop )>??-<t:iI to an old re I la bit1 firm'r II. MARKS. ,'!?>7 7th. opposite Saks", or phone 1.1 urn. 23X1 Y. my4-tf WA vfElT TIIGHEST cash PRPES I'AID FoR CAST-oFF <1.1 nilKS. LADIES' OR GENTLE MEN'S. ADDRESS POSTAL: I WILL CALL. PHONE NORTH 1755. W. RU E. 1332 7th n.w. my4-tf WANTED AI L THE OIJ) USELESSGOLD AND silver lying idle In your possession. Oral*, dia monds. cameos. jewelry and silverware bought. C. F. KARR. Jeweler. #18 13tb St.. abore F. myS-tf WANTED EASTERN FEATHER l OMPAN this month 50.000 lb*. o|?p feathers: highest cash price: aim fnntiture. Send |>ostal: wi 1 call at once. :U!7 Mil. avf. n.w. niy2-SHt* HOI SKK KEPKRS THIS WEEK. <>RI?TVARY windows expertly cleaned. Or ca.: floors waxed, polished, stained. varnished. refill'shed. Postal. ELLIOTT. 123? 7th n.w. my2 U* 7i\Tod (Ttkrkss wanted for dining room and kitchen; downtown locali<M: hoarders to commence with. Box 165. Sun- office. my2-.1t * WAN I El> IIIOIIEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR worn garments, ladies', gentlemen'*, children's shoes and hats. Address postal. I will call. A. KKBESKY. RXHJ 7th n.w. Phone N. 3200-M. in.vl-l!M ? I'M TI1K ONLY ONE THAT PAYS HIGH CASH PRli'ES I'OR I, \DIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAST-OFF GARMENTS. DROP POSTAL ? WILL CALL. It. GOLDSTEIN. ?33 D N.W. myl-9ot.4 1 WANTFl' 15 FEET OF NICE OFFICE PAR tition: one corner: state price and condition. Al To LIVERY CO.. ^ I-J 1.1th st. npSO-ftt H IGHEST~~ CASH PRICES PAID FOR 'WORN GARVKNTS: LADIES*. GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND HATS OP ANY QUANTITY. SEND POSTAL: WILL CALL. ap22-!|0L5 M. STEIN. 1245 7TH SI. N.W. Bl(^ Mon!EY PA II> II>R DESIRABLE FURNI fnre. carpets, olB>-.. furniture and household g"fK]s; contents cspeclallr: also stocks of mer chandise. D. NOTES. 615 La. ave. Phone M.3006. ap-JO-OOt.4 WANTED I I'llIGllT PIANOS FOR SPOT cash. Address B ?x ".7. Strir office. anl?-:50t* WE NEEO $1tMi WORTH OF GOLD FOR MAN ufacturlng purrs-,and we will give In ex change watches, diamonds or cash. Bring In your o'd gold and slirer. A. KAHV. WS P n tr. WANTED - FURNITURE. CARPETS. BRIC-A brsc. etc.. to Ine'.od" In on- gales every Satur day. 10 a.m.; good result*: prompt returns. Will eall upon request. WKSCHLER'S. ?20 Pa. axe, n.w. ap!4 30t WANTED SECOND HAND Sy I A RE OR UP^ right piano: cheap fur cash: state price, etc. Address Bo* !> Slar office. apl4-30t* MUST HAVE URNITUUE OF ALL KINDS TO furnish 50-room hotel. Send postal or phone Main R171. 42(5 9th st. n.w. apl3-tf I PAY l HE ItlGllEST CASII PRIi'ES FOR ladies', gentlen.en's and children's cast-off wear iuc apparel: drop card; will call. C.LIVING STON". 1224 7tli st. n.w.. or phone North 7.104. aolO-ftOt.4 WANTED-BRING YOUR OLD GOLD AND SIL Ter In exchange for watches, diamonds or any goods iu the store. A. KAHN. 985 F. apO-SOt HIGHEST CASH PRICKS PAID FOR CAST-OFF eTolhes. ladies', gentlemen's and cfci Mien's. Address postal: will call any time. H. BURN STEIN. 1314 7th st. n.w. Phone North 4390 Y. mh23-fl0t.4 WAM'Ei?-$5.?HH> WORTH OF OLD COLD, silver and diamonds for spot cash or in ex change for new Jewelry: money forwarded promptly for 2o*?1s sent by ont-of-town parties. CASTFT."ER<VS Pa. aye, n.w. mh2Q tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Ov? cent a irnnt e-?ch ti~oe for 15 words 3 FOR SALK-GROIERY STORE IN SOUTH wesi: excellent location: cheap. Apply "32 Columbian bnllding. iny4-3t FOR SALE CORNER GROCERY N.W.. DOING goo<l hnslness. with living rooms. Address Box 1M. Star office. my4-3t* PARTY WUriT $.vx> CAN SECURE HALF IN terest In office business that will earn all or spare time. Box 1S2. Star office. my4-3t WANTED PARTY WITH TO HELP organize stock companies tbro :gnout the L'n.ted States for a meritorious proposition: can make $5'J.<H>(? by January 1; will divide. Address Bor 2?M. Star office. my4-3t* EXCELLENT HIGH-CLASS GROCERY. BEST small town Vs.: sell or exchange city property. THORNTON. 7(>4 Sth n.w. my4-3t? ROOMING HOUSE. CENTRAL N.W.. MUCH less than value. For business places all kinds see THORNTON. 7t>? Sth n.w. my4-3t* FOR SALE-RESTAURANT. 1 BLOCK FROM Union station, doing good business. For par ticulars address W. Y. X|. Star office. my l-3t * W. Y. XI. S FOR SALE-HOTEL AND CAFE; OLD STAND. Address Box 200. Star office. my4-3t* FOR SALE?$275: CORNER GROCERY; 1201 G st. s.e.. near 2 schools; cheap rent; 5 living rooms. my4-3t? FOR SALE-CHEAP. GROCERY STORE DOING good business; good location. 601 N St. n.w. FOR SALE-AT BARGAIN. ONE OF THE nicest Httle grocery stores in the city. Address Box lKI. Star office. my4-:tt* $150. CAFE. LARGE APARTMENT HOUSE; rent, light, heat, only S20 month. THORNTON. 704 Sth n.w. my3-3t* POOLROOM AND FINE CIGAR BUSINESS lislf value: excellent location. See THORN TON. 704 Sth n.w. mj3-3t? JOB PRINTING BUSINESS: CHEAP RENT: excellent location: onlv $.'>00; worth double. THORNTON. 7o4 Sth n.w. mr3-3t* FOR RENT?BAKERY. INFORMATION AT hl? P st. n.w. tnyS-Ct* WANTKD?PARTNER WITH $1,000 FOR NEW proposition on moving pictures: will guarantee $loo jicr week clear. Addre.-s L. M. K.. Star office. my3-3t* TO LET?RESTAURANT IN SUMMER RESORT near Washington, D. C. Box 174. Star office. my3-.1t* S A LOON?ON E OF THE BEST: INSPECTION invited: only these having money need apply: no agents. EDMUND BlIADY." Attorney for Owner. 412 Sth st. n.w. mv3-3t* FINE. LARGE CARPENTER SHOP. REAR OF 1215 7th st. n.w.: rent $1 month, ni.v2-eo.3t* RARE OPPORTUNITY AT $2,500 FOR LONG establislied corner drug store central north west; rent. $30: fine trade. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F. myl-s,m.tu.3t THREE-CHAIR BARBER SHOP IN SELECT apartment: no opposition: rent. $25: price. $450. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1423 P. myl-s.m.tu.nt CAFES AND LUNCHROOMS; BUSINESS ST. northeast: cheap at $400: uptown section northwest: half actual value. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F. my 1-s.m.to.at GROCERY STORES: ALL SECTIONS: ALL prices and all bargalu~: corner northeast: in voice or $725: coiner southeast less than In voice at S'JOO: Conduit road: snap at $S00; Laurel. Md.. give-awav at $*00: and two best in city at $1,500 each. NEW YORK BUSI NESS BROKERS. 1423 F. myl-s.xn.tu.3t WE NEED SlOO WORTH OF GOLD FOR MAN ufacturiug purposes, and we will g\n- In ex change watches, diamond* or cash. Bring la your old gold and silver. A. KAHN. 935 F B.w. ar>1R-30t.4 FOR SALE - BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED ABOUT 100 feet froin B. & O. station, one 9-room house, with storeroom 25x41. well stocked and doing good business, in a good locality, and I'fc acres land: large stable and all necessary out buildings. Will sell reasonably if taken this spring. Apply to C. J. THOMPSON. Clopper*. Md. apl0-30t FOR SALE?5-CENT THEATER: EXCELLENT location; doing good business: big profits; rea sons o'e rent; must sell at once, owing to other business. Address H. G. H.. Star oIBcf. ' inh?7-tf ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS. INTERSTATE AUDIT CO.. P. W. ROBERTSON. Pres. PHONE MAIN 4233. 729 15TH ST. N.W. apI7-iiOt.4 PERSONALS. CASTOR GLOVES ARE NO KIN TO CASTOR oil. ha. ha: go tell Papa to get Mamma, to send us postal, tra la. la; get our extra bigi rates for men's worn shoes, hats, shirts, etc.; save many a family Jar. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D. nay4-5 I WILL LOAN YOU WHAT MONEY YOU reed and you can pay ine back weekly or monthly: charges are suiall and nobody knows your business. Address Box 222. Star office. np23 30t SHOE-SHINING PARLOR FOR LADIES. KATIE E. DUNN. 1010 F ST. N.W.. WALTER BLDG. sp2-90t.4 Second floor. wanted?Highest cash prices paid f5r ladies' and gentlemen's caat-off clothing, hats, shces. etc.; drop postal; will call anjr hour. feS-90t P. COHEN. 1222 7th 1. n.sr. PAWN TICKETS FOR PRECIOUS STONES and Jewelry: cash paid for old gold, silver and u. S. coins. Money to Inao st 3 per cent. oegg-tf LOUIS ABRAHAMS. 4H3 9th a.w. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR LADIES' snd gents' worn garments of all kinds; also shoes hats. etc. THE BARGAIN STORE. 124? 7th si. n.w. Drop postal; will call proaptlj. nay4-tf-4 LIQUOR AND DRUG CURE! LIQUOR AND DRUG CURE. We desire the worst '-a-es of persons addicted to the use of liquor or drug habits to care them at home. Consultation free and couSdentlal. Physician in chare*. Address EUIMUB TREATMENT. ?U0 M st. a.w. fe?-90t,6 t 4FJHI3 SUM SPELLS "WKW =M WREKCH CHARtvl A*.M 3)1? DOBS THIS 5MOT ? PICTORIAL SUMS. Here we se? how addition and subtraction may he applied to the alphabet. It is a simple but interesting sort of puzzle to work out, after one has grasped the luCH. The upper sum clearly illustrates the method and shows how the answer is produced. What is the answer to the lower sum? / ' ANSWER TO SUBSTITUTION PUZZLE. By chancing the O into R in SHOEWISH we have the aDuroDriate title SHREWISH for the picture. FOR RENT?ROOMS. One cent a word for 13 word*. furnished. 1^0 D ST. N.W.?CHEERFUL FRONT ROOM; also ballroom. my4-Kt 141*7 IS ST. COMMl'MiATING ROOMS; 2DAND 3d floor*: private family: refs. if dutn-d. Phone. North 4901. my4-3t COLUM BIA 1 IKK JUTS TO COhultEK; TWO rounis: home privileges; 3 i-nr line*. Box 191, Star office. my4.cod-3t* 1350 KKNYON ST. -COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?ONE or two large rooms; second floor: cool and desirable. my4.ood.3t* 17ir> 1ST ST. X.W.-TWO I.OYELY CONNECr^ ing rooms: completelv fnrnisbed for l.b.k. my 4-31* illU STH ST. N.W.?FURNISHED ROOMS FOlt light housekeeping. my4-2t* 71H 7TH N.W. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; gentlemen preferred. my4-2t* THREE BEAUTIFUL ROOMS. SECOND FLOOR: handsomely and completely furnished for house keeping: everything new: elegant gas range; porcelain sink And bath: very reasonable. 416 H st. n.e. ILK? NORTH CAPITOL ST. APT. 2. LARGE furnished room, every convenience: near gov ernment printing office: first fl-?or. my3-3t* 447 MASS AVE. N. W.-FURNISHED ROOMS for gentlemen; modern bath: phone in house; #5 and $8 per mo. my3-3t# 719 ?TH ST. N.W. FINK RESIDENCE: NEAT, cool rooms; southern exposure; only $0 & $8 mouth. my3-6t SUMMER RATES: I.ARGK. NEWIA PAPERED front room; also second-story room. U!~2 Harvaid st. n.w. my3-3t* 1K.1I 1?TH ST. N.W. ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR of four iK-autifully furnished rooms, suitable for l.h.k.: gas range, porcelaiu sink; n?ar sub urbs at)d all Hues of cars: summer rates. uiy2-3t * FOR RENT 204 A ST. S.E.. ONE BACK SEC ond-story room; one south front third-story ballroom. my2-3t* 31?!2 18I'll -.DELIGHTFUL COOL SUMMER rooms: bnleony porch: ISth near Park rosd. Telephone ColumhlH 885. my2-3t* TWO CLEAN. COZY. LIGHT HOI SEKEEPING rooms: south and east front: rent reasonable. 200 D n.w. my2-3t* NEAT ROOM, CLOSETS. PORCH. TO GEN. tienian; reasonable; closed Sunday. 1242'Co? lumbia road. myl&4.2t* REASONABLE KATES; A COOL, WELL FUR nished rocm and bath. Ap?ly Apt. 120. the Cairo. ap28-7t Furnished or usfirmshed. FOUR ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING; SUM roer rates. 205 C st. n.w. my4-3t* 513 M ST. N.W.-TWO* SPLENDID COMMUNI cat!ng rooms; southern exposure; gentlemen onlv; modern; quiet: references required. my"-3t* UNFURNISHED. THREE I NFURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS. ON bathroom floor: separate gas meter; $15. 715 Fairmont st. my4-2t 1422 6TH N.W.-3 LARGE. BRIGHT ROO.MKT l.h.k.: gas: adults preferred: private family. Call after 5 p.m. 1422 ?TH N.W.?LARGE. CHEERFUL^ NICELY furnished 2d-floor front room; also adjoining single room: modern house. FOR RENT?1120 STH ST.. TWO FRONT PAR lor rooms: hot-water heat: tiled bath; $22. mv4-3t~* ? FOUR BRIGHT, CHEERFUL ROOMS: HEAT, light, gas and bath. lOOS'C 3d at. n.w. m.y3-rtt* 40l" M N.W.-2 LARGE. BRIGHT ROOMS; large closets; southern exposure; light honse keeptng. ' my3-3t* FOR RENT THREE ROOMS ON 2D FLOOR for light housekeeping: rent reasonable. 637 A n.c. my3-2t FOR RENT?UNFI KXlhHED. 2 ROOMS AND hath. 3d floor rear. 1320 G n.w. my2-3t* FOR RENT-LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING; UN furnished rooms; second floor; corner hound; ilo children. 719 A st. n.e. my2-3t* FOR RENT-VERY CHOICE. ONLY 820. 2 rooms. private bath; plenty of running hot water; location, 1340 New York ave. myl-lot 318 X. Y. AVE. N.W.?S ROOMS. INCLUDING private bath atid kitchen, with gas range: hot Trater alwav?; telephone; only >25.50. apd-tf WANTED?ROOMS! One eer;t n word for IS worda. ASK YOLK DEALER FOR STAG VARNISH stain for floors, furniture, durability and appear ance; light oak. mahogany, walnut, dark oak, cherry, golden oak. rosewood, green antique. wfco.flnt " ROOMS AND BOARD. ^One cent, a word for IB words. 012 3D X.W.. BETWEEN F AND G, PENSION Park and G. IT ^O.?Handsomely furnished, uiry rooms: good home meals: young people. my4-Ct* ? 1824 CALIFORNIA. ST. ATTRACTIVE SECOND, floor front room: good table: tine location: half ?square from ears. Phone-North .'5557. my4=4t* 1S24 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. LARGE FliONT rooms on two floors, adjoining baths. ? Phone North 0393. my4-3t* WASHINGTON HEIGHTS ROOMS; EXCBL lent board: all conveniences; all outside rooms; summer rates; adults. Phone Col. 2650. my2-3t ' PRIVATE FAMILY: AN IDEAL SUMMER home in the coolest and most fashionable sec tion; elegantly furnished; all possible conven iences: excellent table accommodations; mod crate nrW?. Phone North 4M5. my2-7t WANTED?ROOMS AND BOARD. WANTED?YOUNG MAN DESIRES ROOM AND lioard in congeulal surroundings, near War I>ept. Address Box 188, Star office. FOR RENT?STORES. = FOR RENT NEAR 13TH AND PA. AVE. N.W., store and 5-mom and bath dwelling: good busi ness location; rent. $loi> |>er month. OH AS. S. Ml'IR A CO.. my4-2t 14flCi New York ave. FOR RENT? Fine new store. 1120 Oth st. n.w tjfc'&.OO 4 r. & b. apart., 1st floor, 1120 9th st.7$2L'.50 ROBERT C. SHINN, 1125 14th st. ti.w. rny3-.lt . FOR RENT 020 PA. AVE. N.W.. OPPOSITE METROPOLITAN HOTEL. LARGE STORE ROOM, suitable for cafe or wholesale business. INQUIRE ON PREMISES. n?yl-4t 614H D ST. N.W.-STORE SUITABLE FOR shop, lunchroom, oyster bo.;se, grx-ery. THE HARRISON REALTY CO.. 621 13th at. n.w. aplft-tf FOR RENT?921S LA. AVE.. WITH LABOR warehouse in Its rear; store in the center ->f the commission trade. JOHN A. BAKER. 1819 H at. n.w. R. THOMAS ROBINSON. 1820 W *. n.w. frt-tf FOR RENT?STABLES. FOR RENT-stable OR WAREHOUSE IN rear of 1210 N. Cap. st. iGleeson Stable); reat $*). J. L. KOL1I, 023 N. Y. ave. myl-Ot WAREROOMS. FOR RENT ?FACTORY OK WORKSHOP, ground floor. 20xi0. with power, ?D5. Rear 1330 G ii.w. my2-3t* FOE RENT?OFFICES. i (FOB BENT--IN DOWNTOWN BUSINESS LOCA tion. on 14tb st.. large. light offlce room: suit ably for dentist or milliner: rent reasonable. CHAS. S. ML'ITt tc CO.. my4-3t 1403 New York a?e. FINE OFFICES IN FINEST LOCATION. 730 17TH ST. NEAB H.. TWO DOOBS. SOUTH METROPOLITAN CUB. FIjOOR SFITES. $3f?Tp $45: BOOMS. $5 TO *15. THE DAMKK BEALTY CO., 730 17th street. ray4-3t,? I TWO LARGE. COMMUNICATINtl. 2D-FLOOR i front office rooms for rent at $35. At TAG j GABT-FBASEB COMPANY'S. 1405 New York ave. ap28-7t FOB BENT-ONLY H CHOICE BOOMS IN THR Metropolitan Bank building, at $18. S35 and $50 each. See them boon. A. F. VOX COMPANY. ?T>2-tf 14th at New York art. FOR EF.NT UNION TRUST CO. BUILDING. Fine offices. S15 to $40. Heat, light, elevator and janitor service. THOS. J. FISHER CO.. I?c.. 738 15th n.w. del7-th.sa.tn.tf FOK liENT ? DESIRABLE BOOMS IN THE Evening Star bulldlnf. Room 408. size 1344x14. 2 large window* 11th st. front; prlca $27.50 Room 511, size 15^x23. 4 large win dows: price 35.00 Room 510. size 18V?xl7. 2 large windows lltb st. front, directly In front of ele vator; price 30.00 Apply MANAGER, Star bid|.. lltb and Pa. ave. au34-tf MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED-LOAN OF $5,000. 3 YEABS. Wr' SE enred by first trust on two modern dwelling* in n.Tv.; ample security. Address P. O. Box 250. We have several sums to loan from $500 to |2o.o00 at Ave ?5i - per ceot on improved real estate in the D'str'ct of Columbia. BOSS & PHELPS tine.), 910 14th st. n.w. myl-5t MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUK rent rates of interest on real estate In the District of Columbia. rrrcH. fox & brown. myl-tf 1400 G at. n.w. FIRST AND SECOND TBl'ST LOANS. We will loan more on your property than any other concern. Lowest rates. All amounts. Pay ments arranged to suit you. NO DELAYS. OPEN I'NTIL 5:30 P.M. NATIONAL LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.. Thompson Blrig.. 703 15th at. n.w.. 2d Floor. Opposite Treasury. Next to Drug Store. ap29-tf. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT PBE J ratlin; rates on D:strict of Columbia, Mary ' land and Virginia real estate. ap2?-10t-4 J. T. DYER. 715 14th st. ! MONEY TO LOAN?LET OS MAKE YOUR NEW i loan* or replace old ones at lowest rates of In I tarest. All transactions conducted with econom ical consideration for borrower*. WM. H. 1 SAUNDERS * CO.. 1407 F st. n.w. ap22-90i,5 REAL ESTATK LOANS MADE AT 4'j TO 6 Eer cent; every possible confederation shown nrfowers; we have never foreclosed on a property. . THE HARRISON REALTY COMPANY. aplT-tf 621 IStb st. n.w.. Washington. D. C. PRIVATE PAB'CY HAS MONEY TO LOAN IN any amount from $10 to $500 on pianos, house hold goods, store fixtures, adtomoblles. horses and wagons. Indorsed notes; lowest rates In city; no "oompatty" or red tape; strictly con Sriential. Station G. Box 2101. apl4-tf.4 $200,000.00. Or any part thereof. to loan at lowest rates of Interest o' D. C. real estste. LBM TOWERS. Jr.. Beal Estate. Loana and Insurance. ap7-30t,7 1421 F street n.w. HEIRS TO UNSETTLED ESTATES. BEAL OB Ersonal, can BORROW MONEY; annul tic. cooes, and undivided Interests In estates purchased. JOHN H. WALTER. 627 Colorado building. 14th and <3 ,*ts. n.w. apS-SOt MONEY TO LOAN ON BEAL ESTATE. Low interest. reasonable fees. Prompt action. LARGE LOANS A SPECIALTY. GEO. W. LINK INS. SOO 19TH ST. N.W. mhl6-tf WE TIAVS; -SUMS IN AMOUNTS TO SPIT TO | loan on D. C. real estate; R?C.' Interest and era nomioal <on*'deratlon for borrowers. Give us | yonr application. MOORE * HILL (Inc.). 1383 G at. a w. mblfi-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL j estate at ioweat current rates of Interest. Spe clsl privileges with resnect t? prior payments. Large amounts a specialty. TYLEB k RUTH ERFORD. 730 15th at. n.w. feB-tf.S LOANS NK??OTIATED ON APPROVKD COL- ' lateral, sneh a* Stocks. Bonds. Bldg. and Loan Aaa'n Shares. Old-line Life Inauran^e Policies. Syndicate CerttScates. etc. No delay. O. A. BAKER. Rooms 50-52. 1110 F. Phone M. 517. mhlfrt? MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL Es tate: lowest Interest: reasonable charges: promut sttestion. GEO. W. LINKINS. deTrtf SOO iflth st. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF IN- I terest on D. C. real estate. No unreasonable | delay. WALTER B. ACKER. mh2P-tf.S 1420 F at. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON D.C. REAL ESTATE- I Lowest rates of interest. Payment on principal | In amonnta of $100 or more received at any In terest period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY. Bond Mdg.. 140E New York ave. n.w. noS-tf IF YOU- WANT TO BORBOW-OR LOAN. BuY or aell on real estate, I can save you time and cash, aa I trive personal attention to all deals. deW-tf.4 J EAKIV WAPSBY. ? 13fh <?? n w STORAGE. loo SEPARATE STOBAGE BOOMS; STORAGE | by the load; packing, hauling and shipping. See us before stoting. THOS. DOWL1NG ft CO., Auctioneer*. 012 E st. n.w.; Phone M. 515.) myl-tf-4 j STORE YOFB FURNITURE AT WESCHLEB'S. ! 920 Pa. avf. n.w.; reasonable rates; conven iently ioc.sted. Telephone Main 1282. ?p!4-3r>t FIREPROOF STOBAGE. Separate locked rooms, $2.00 per month up. Estimates furnished. MERCHANTS- TBANSFKR ft STORAGE CO.. ?v-ru-tr..*; 020-022 E st. n.w. WHY PAY MORE? WE SToBE FURNITURE FOB TftC PER LOAD. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. 41S -20 22 10TH ST. N.W. PHONE M. 4229. apl 4-00.4 - THERAPEUTICS. DR. CAMPBELL'S CLINIC. 1H2H 15TH N.W.? Operator of "The Vital Force Core":'no elec tricity. no knife, no drugs: combines Royal Col lege movements of world.wlje fame and the auggeatlve psychology of famous schools, notably Chicago Inst, and Boston Emmannel movement; auccess and delighted patient*; booklet. . aplfi-tf.7 PHYSICAL CULTURE. COURAGE AND MANLINESS INSTILLED IN yonr son by oar system of the manly art; Sat. morning boxing olau for boye undet 13; claw #el?-t and limited. THE MILLER INST. OP PHY. CULT., 1318 New Yoit ave. Pbone M. I SS29-Y. f*l4-Wt,? APARTMENTS TO LET. ON I4TH ST.. IV iHlWXTmVS Iah \TIO\. 3 and 4 n?im ?n<t l?ath apartment*: tborimghlv midcni: n-ut r 'mmaM''. ? HAS. S. Ml 111 & ill.. "IT ?-.It 1 ?4C: Now York ?\r ! NEAR WAR DEPARTMENT. R<m?\1 AND hath flat: good coiidiiion: rent. f2ii.5ii. ClIAS. S. MI.IU A i <?.. my4-2t 14ii3 \i'v York n<o. FOR RENT?FURNISHED OR lM"ri;\|SHi:i?T from Jmie 1. f:*rtinfnt 314. the I'linlota: r??ini?. hath. wltli nrlvlleg- renc val; la Iron*; roof -ardcn: tennl* court. iny4-".l * F?>R~KF.NT NO. 4tf? I" ST. N.W.. MODERN 2d-floor 4-roo:n anil l?ath lint: 2-familv house; add'* only: K.V.M.'. W. K. NWSII. 1^ II n.w. my4-:!t* " 1 lis* PEVnSyLVAN!lA AVK Ejii'llfnt flat. 4 ri?uns ami kilrli nette. Private bath. Papered and pa in toil tbroushout. Cheap. X. I.. SANSBURV. 719 1 ::th n.w. tny4&i? FOR RKN'T A 5-ROOM \Ni? IV\ I'll I I.AT. 4!4 R *r. n.w.. ?i?r. N. J. ?tp.; all outside room*; hot-water hMl Inclmlod in i*nt; cheapest flai in city at the rent $25. my.l.'St CLIFFORD A. BORDEN. *>4 5th n.w. For rk.nt 23t.n, p st. n.w.. 5 it*hims~ a n i > hath: 2d-floor flat: well arrange.I; plenty of light aril ventilation. two essentials in which most flat* of this character are deficient. Rent p?r month only $21.50. my?-3t it.lFKORD A. RORDKN. 604 5th n.w. FOR RKNT?IN THfTnTAXT*in APT. HOUSE*. 128 C ?t. o.c.. 0-room apt.: newly papered, painted and renovated: elevator: steam heat; hot water: all conveniences; |33. Apply at building. niy2-3t THF PORTSMOUTH. 1 T;C> NI.W IIAMrsillKK are. A verj- desirable front, handsomely fur nished housekeeping apartment of 5 ' large room a. sqtiare half and hath. Apply on the premises or phone North C7t?0. Summer rates. niy2-3t* FOR RENT- CORNER APARTMENT. ii RtMiMs] south exposure. $45. 31, THE MADRID. 18th *nd Kalorama road. my2-.1t* FOR RENT MAY 1 -HOUSEKEEPING AP AI iT men! in the Portner: 0 rooms: rery eool and desirable. Irquire Apartment 23o. niy2-3t* FOR RENT THE WIl.SON. 14T1I AND HAR vard; fi rooms and bath: sublease if taken at once; rent $.'10 n month until July 1: regular )>r!ee. S37.50. Apply Apart. 2. my2-31 THE WESTMORELAND. Six-room apartment, unfurnlrtied. from June 15. tr.y 1 4 Apply Apt. 352. FOR RENT-PY B. F. SAUL CO.. 7TH * L N.W. 29 M uw. 7r. b. .$40.00 29 M nw ?r. b...35.00 1(122 9th nw. 6r.b..27.50 l!',28 14th nw.5r.b.2.Y00 1359-61 U nw.4r,b.25.00 Lafayette. 1607 7th uw. 3r. b 25.00 26 T ne. 5r. b ?4.00 407 P nw, 5r. b..23.50 39 Quincy nw.Sr.b. 22.50 313 R nw. 5r, b..22.50 1709 4th nw. or.b.22.50 myl-tf 302 Fla ?t nw.5r.b21.50 825 5th ne. 4r. b.. 19.00 1017 12th nw. 5r.b. 18.00 33 H ne. 5r. b 17.50 1400 N Cap. 3r. b. 17.30 1818 5th nw. 4r. b.lC.50 616 La av nw. 4r..l5.50 1243 H ne.4r,h.3fl. 15.50 1941 9th nw. 211...15.00 418 O nw. |r. b..13.10 1361 U nw. 2r. b. .12.50 1019 7tb nw, lr ...7.00 FOR RENT-ONIA $20-2 ROOMS AND PRI-1 rate bath: running hot water ail year. Loca tion. 1340 New York are. myl-lOt ' JUST ABOVE THOMAS CIRCLE THE ?'JEANNETTE." 1314-1316 14TH ST N.W. Exceptionally nlc? loeatlou. Modern, new building. Several select apartments. Four bright, large rooms and bath. Rents from $27.50 to $37.50. BELT. O'BRIEN & CO. (Inc.). 1303 G N.W. my1-4t TO Sl'BLEASE 4-room and bath apt. No. 34. The Fairfax. 12th and E. Cap. sts. ap30-7t* A1I outside rooms. IN THE SUSSEX AND THE VERONICA, 13TH and B sts. s.w.. delightful steam-heated apart menti. $2rt up. t ^ ,,, _r 7th and H sts. s.w.. non-heated $14. <5 up THE PHILLIPS CO., 330 John Marshall place. ap30-lf FOR RENT- IN BLOOMINGDALE. NEAR S AND North Capitol. No. 27 Todd place; 5 rooms, bfcth: cellar: porches: only $21. STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York a*e. myl-St FOR RENT-IN THE PORTNER, 2-RoOM AND batb housekeeping apartment. Apply at the office. ap29-tf "THE FARRAOl'T." For rent, now?5-room and bath apt. For rent. June 1?2 room and hath apt. GEORGE J. JOHNSTON. ap29-18t 211 Corcoran bids FOR RENT- . ,, Verr desirable 5r. and b. apartment on Oo luinbia Heights between two car lines: all the rooms are outside ones; second floor front. Rent. $38. BOSS & PHELPS, Inc.. ap27-tf 910 14th st. n.w. THE CHESTERFIELD, 3141 MT. PLEASANT st. n.w.; overlooking Rock Creek Park: one 0 and 6 room and batb apartment left In this elegant new building: large private porch; ventilated kitchen. W. H. WALKER. Agent. 729 15th st. . FOR RKNT- ~ REASON A BLF. PRICK. 1511 TO 1527 PARK ROAD. NEAR 16TH ST. Short distance to either car line. New buildings, substantial, attractive, conap.ete. Phone In each apariment; electricity and gM Open fireplaces, with gas logs. Double floors, beautifully finished. Good-sir.ed rooms, liberal clos?ts. Well equipiped kltcbea and pantry ? and 6 rooms and bath and reception ball. Servants' rooms, with baths. In basement. Large iron porch on rear, with dumb waiter. H L. RUST. 608 14TH ST. X.W. ap17-tf.l3 FOR RENT?"POTOMAC." 3333 N ST. N.W.; FIVE LARGE ROOMS: MODERN BATH; STEAM HEAT: JANITOR. RENT. $22.50 STONE * FAIRFAX. 1342 N. Y. AVE. N.W. fe!8-tf FOR RENT?IN "THE LANIER." New. modern and well located on Lanier place bet Adams Mill road and Ontario road, overlooking the Zoo. and between both car aya terns; apartments of 3. 4 and 5 outside rooma. with bath, porche". eteam heat. etc.. at from $32.50 to $42.50 per month. See tbem any time, always open. A. F. FOX COMPANY. Established 18i?. Rental Agenta. 14th at New York ave. ? an!2-tf TOR KENT-APARTMENTS. THE MONTGOMERY. North Capitol and M sto. A very desirable fonr-room and bath mod ern apartment: first-class condition: all out side rooms. RENT. $27.50. THE WASHINGTON4 LOAN ? TRUST CO.. ap6-tf Real Estate Department. APARTMENTS FOR RENT THK FRANKLIN. 1915 14th st. n.w - . 5 rooms and bath $o?uu | THE DEVONSTIIRF. lT'.l Col. rd. n.w.? 4 and 0 rooms and bath... .$42.50 and $4i.j0, THE FAIRFAX. 1200 E. Cap. at. 4 and 5 rooms and hath $;!0.00 to $3.>.00 ; THE WILLARD. 1120 25tb u.w^ 5 rooms and bath $30.00 and $..?j0 | THE COLONIAL. 30th and N sts. n.w. 4 rooms and batb | THE ADDISON. 910 14th St. n.w.? 3 rooms and hath $,.0.00 | THE LOUISA. 216 N. Y. ave. n.w. 4 rooms and batb ' Y " '5 ? I efU and H9 P st. n.e.. 5 rooms and bath. .S16.S0 | mh30-tf WEAVER BROS.. 141T, F at. n.w. .TT7ST COMPLETED. THE EAIILINGTON. :-^)33 i6th st. n.w. Light?Air?Sunshine. Highest point In the city. Apartments 3. 4. 5 rooms, bath. 82^.50 tt $40. Unobstructed view. Atl outside rooms. Parquetry floors tbroughont. Storage lockers, laundry tubs and drying room. Wide, light halls and reception rooms. Servants' lavatory and bath *>n every floot. Separate hot-water beating plant. Perfect summer and winter bom?. Ranting rapidly. SWARTZELL. RHEEM & HENbEY CO.. 727 15th at. n.w. Representative on premises. ?b?4-tf FOR RENT?FROM MAY 1. . Oue apartment In Hammond Court. 30tb ana Q sts. n.w.: sll outside rooms; 16.000 fc??t 9t lawn; private plszsa; 6 rooms aud batb; $47.au. Janitor on premises. THE WASHINGTON* I/^AN AND TRUST CO.. ap16-tf Real Estate Department APARTMENTS TO LET. $25?CHOICE APARTMENTS IN THE PAX coast. 1S43 East Capitol at.: 5r. and h.: not water; Janitor. D. M. OGDEN. ap!4-tf.4 :?2H-ist st. n.w. THE FOLLOWING APARTMENTS ARE LO <atrd In good section of the n.w.. aud are very reafnable In price: 1?sr. and b., bachelor ?jrJ-J? -1?4r. and b., housekeeping -' V" 1?5r. and b.. hotisekeeplnc ^ 2" l-5r. and b.. bouaekeeping i We? will have ready for occupancy May i, several 4r. and b. apartments downtown, near Palais Royal. For further psr.'lciilars aee " BALLARD A LANHAM (Inc.). ap3-sa.tu.th.tf 621 13th at. n.w. BLENHEIM COURT. 1842 CA?,. AVK VW.. Wssbington Helgbts-Apaitment rooma. bath and one extra toilet: ljrge hart porch: ou^ of the choicest on Washluftoo Helrhtu: at low rental of SV> per month. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.. Inf.. apl tt 738 15tb st. FOR RENT-IN THE OWASCO EXTENSION? Very complete, modern, new flat: 4 rooms. & batbs: lacker; private entrance front and rear, with inclosed iron porch in rear: outside iron stairway for tradesmen: steam j*nil ele vated oven racgr>. Nothing like It In Washing ton. Must be seen to be appreciated, yj^O TRPEJIDFLU 1?47 Uncnln ?ve. n.?-. dellMf__ APARTMENTS TO LET. PURNIBHRI). ON THE HEIGHTS. 5-RtK>M APT.: SOUTH and east exposures: fireproof bldg.: near two car lines: reasonable rent until fall to desir able parties. 41, the Cllffbourne. 1855 Calvert st. mr1-6t*4 . REDUCED. Owner leaving city, 5 outside rooms and batb. Nicely furn&j "? ????ar 2 ca- .im s. $35.00. N. L. SANSBURY. 719 13th n.w. TO SUBLET?FURNISHED APARTMENTS. 1"7 and 207. the Cordova: live rooms and bath: cool and pleasant: use of laundry: tenuis court and roof garden: all outside rooms. sp::o-4t* FOR RKNT-ATTRACTIVE FUR. APART. 5 outside rooms and batb, for one year or longer; adults only; No. 33. The Colonial, loll 30th st. Afrply WEAVER BROS., 1410 1" st. n.w. ap2Jtf . APARTMENTS TO LET. Fl'RXIftHKD. r?m ?k\t rekxnnra. apt. ias whbt monlar.d. four room* aud I >a t h. frutu Jnre 1*? to Oct. I. invl It* VVH\JSHRO OR lmKI'RWISWKO. <;i the tWAMPfA. :? AND 7 room aits. by Jline fi; coolest local Ion In the city: also 2 room* ami kitchenette; toard if desired. \o _ 1^1* t_o the lanitor mv2 :tt FORSALE?MISCELLANEOUS" Oiif cent a ?nr<l Mrh time for 15 word* 3 tUlM. i ok sale (t\K TTkTTjTit rrvvo' ? .Tim nwliiiim. Apply r. M. ASH FORD. JO* K n.w. my 4-.It l"?>U SAI.lv I SKI? vrij* I INDIANS* I Yule. 1 Mllrtlill. 1 Kni'Nmr and 1 two-sprrd Minneapolis in?'wi: also a few bargains In bicy cles. SIS Oth at. n.w. mvl ?t FoTTsaii<\iii;k sii? hon rkfrigf.ratorT fur store or Itrgi- family. Apply tCJ 6tb n.w. iny4 :tl* FOR SALE QUARRY OF FINE GRANITE. MA chlnery aud tools, lugplher with Iraw of 2J| Meruit situated at Oiilfiird. Howard co.. M l. If wild at once a bargain. <'ommunicatc with II. K. IHWiS. 821 Hamilton lerrarf. Baltl 11101*. my 4-St Fnu sai.k bkautiful collettion of bine ami white ware- large plates and platter*; iIm) twenty Iteer sicins. suitable for large <Jla ins room Hair rai-k. 2820 l*th n.w. ? B1CYCI ES <2i IN IT NK CONDITION: NEW tires: both men's; IS ra?4. 1745 8th st. n.w. my4-3t* FOR SAUC rilOlCK JERSEY COW; FRESH; vrry Isrgr and strong. healthy and gentle. Ad dress Box 202. Star office. my4-.1t Ft Hi SAI.K "$UT? NATIONAL CASH REGISTER* almost n<-w: bargain. Address Box 305. Star nfflci'. (ny4-.1t* SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS AT BARGAIN PRICKS. juam Chlckcrlng $U4? $350 K tinJiall $1Si? jr.'Mi Webster Si75 $4O0 Haniman $225 Easy Terms Can Br Arranged. HUGO WORCH. 1110 fi. Worcb building. Agency for Sobmer, Blasius and Woreh Pianos. my4-10d M OH CKiANY tl'R IfiHT JMANOl SI.I4 iHTI. Y used. warranted 7 years, $100. Owing to our small expensos can offer high-grade piano* at lowrr prices and ca^y terms. No Interest charged on payments. HELB1G BROS.. Es tablished 27 yrars. 1742 7th n.w. my3-4d FOR SALE?A GOOD TAILORING. <XF.ANIXO and altering business for sale cheap If wild at once. 021 F n.w. myli-Sf 21- FT. LAUNCH. COMPLETE. SPECIAL* AT $."..*4); not a common boat, but lifeboat con struct ion; stability and speed good. Can !>? seen at REYNOLD'S. 34th st. my.Vit* FOR SALE-HQ. PIANO. 7*V? OfTTS.; CHEAP? Address Bos 177. Star office. my3-3t* FOR SALE CHEAP. NEW~WERNER EOITIO^f Encyelopedia Brltannlca: latrst edition; mo rorro: first-class condition. 1203 7th n.w. mv3-3t* TOMORROW ONI.Y. KIMBALL Vprlghl. Oak case. Fln? coudition. $150 W.\I. KNABE t CO., 1218 20 F at. n.w. my.1-2Sd FOR SALE-LARGE MARVIN SAFE (FIRF proof) With burjrlar-proof cheat inaldr: will aril cheap: other safes cheap; safes opened and re paired. JOHN GRAMM, Expert, 818 0th n.w. Main 51U5. ^ my2-.*tt* BEAI TIFPL $350 MA1TOGANV UPRIGHT piano. SHT7..TO: squares, $5; organs. $5. GEORGE LAWRENCE. 909 H. Tunins. $1.50. my2-.1t* MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE; 16 FT.; 2W, H.P ; first-class condition: price. $lt!0. Applr J. HI'MPHERSON. 1316 Conn. are. my2-3t* LADYS SOLID GOLD CHAIN WITH DIA uiond; cost $27; only $16. 512 Nat. Met. Bank bldif. ap-10-tf oi-R NEW BI ILDLNG WILL BE READY RF tween the 1st and 15th of May. ao we are making still greater reductions to dose out this stock of pianos before we more. Investi gate these bargains: Chickering. $150: Flscfcer. $225: Knabe. $250: Stleff. $J40; Weber. $200; Sohrner. $350: Hardman. $325. and many oth ers. Easy terms. Open evenings. O. J. De MOLL ft CO.. 1231 G st. ap22-10d BARGAINS IN PLAYER-PIANOS-WE OFFER ten combination player-pianos?some ?Itfhtlr use?l? at price* mnging from $950 to $300: 2" rolls of music with each alayer; eaay terms., Ojtejj evenings. O. J. DeMOLL ft CO.. 1231 O. an20-tf TWO SPECIAL PIANO BARGAINS. Handsome upright, beautiful tone. $150; pay $10 down and $5 monthly. Fine sweet-tone npright In beautiful ran. $175; pay $10 down aud $5 monthly. GRIMES' PIANO STORES. 1212 F at. apl2 12d ROE'S RL'M AND QUININE HAIR TO.MO For dandruff and falling balr. 29c and 50c bottles. KERFOOT PHARMACY. Tth aad L n.w. fe24-D0t,4 SAFES-FULL LINE OF FIREPROOF SAFES at our aalesroom: safes txmcht and sold and exchanged. Write or telephone. Will send rep resentative. YORK SAFE AND LOCK CO.. JaR-tf.5 5-7 W. German St.. Baltimore. Md. FOR SALE ? GOOD QUALITY OPAQUR shades, fitted to vour windows, only 35c: th? best quality oil opaque ahades. 410c. hung free. We call with samples. Kl.EEBLAtra, llth and H sta. n.e. ap!2-tf SlIDWCASE AND STORE FIXTURES. JOHN C. SCHERER. JR.. MFG. 430.. de4-tf Baltimore. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE Dis trict of Columbia.?Percival M. Brown et al. vs. Peyton R. Ballcnger et al. Na 430.?The obje? i of this suit is to recover certain goods and chat tels in replevin. It is this 4tb day of May. 10U:?. ordered that the defendant. Peyton R. Ballenger. appear by the first day of June. 1800. at ten o'clock a.m.. to defend this action and sbo* cans** why the plaintiffs should not have judg ment as prayed; provided that this order bo published in The Evening Star three times Itr forc said day. the first publication to he twenty days before said first day of June. GKOR<iE C. A UK AM. Judge. A true cony?F. G. AI'KAM. Clerk. Bv BLANCHE NEFF. Assistant Clerk my 4.11. IS SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRHT OF ?'0 lumbia. holding Probate Oonrt.-No. UiOOO. Ad ministration. This Is to give notice that the subscriber of the District of Columbia has ob tained from the Probate Court of the District of L'olunib;# letters of administration on the es tate of I.eopold Lippman. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All person* having claims against the deceased are hereby warned t* ex hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legal ly authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 3d day of May. A.D. t910: otherwise tbry may by law be excluded from all In-neflt of said estate. Given under mv band this 3d dav of May. 1900. MARGUERITE LIPPMAN. 018 K st. n.e. ?Seal.? Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. 4'lerfc of the Probate Court. LEONARD J. MATHER. At torney. my4-1aw3t SUPREME <"OURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia. Holding Probate Court.?No. 1590V. Administration.?This is to give notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia. b?# ob tained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia letters of administration on the estata of Philip Smith, late of the District of Co'.utnbla, deceased. All persons having claims agnlnst the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 23d <Iay of April. A.D. 1010: otherwise they may by law M excluded from all l>enefit of said estate. 4}lveq under mv hand this 23d day of April, 1000. JOHN PHILIP SMITH. 1st and B st*. a w. (Seal.* Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register if WIUs for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. MILLAN ft SMITH, Attorneys. ap27-law.St IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE Dis trict of Columbia. Noel W. Rarksdale. executor, etc.. vs. Edward F. Morgan et al. ?Equity No. 283K7. This, cause being referred to me to take evidence ^ni rei?o-t the claims against the es tate of 4/harles W. Morgan, deceased, and dis tribution cf the estate. I will proceed with the said reference on MONDAY, MAY TENTH. 19<)0. al 10 a.m.. at the auditor's moms In tha U. S. courihouse. Washington. D. C. All per sons having claims against (be said estate ar>? notified to present their claims at the said time and place. JAMES G. PAYNE. Auditor. I?aw Reporte- please copy. a|>"Ji)-1aw.3t " HEALTH MOVEMENT. VIA VI SCIENCE OK HEALTH; NATURAL, ncn-surglcal: cloth-lsjund, 400-page book f.?. Apply by mall. Bltl Colorado building. Ft** lecture for women. Tueaday. 3 p.m. Jal?-tf.4 djfa^nftoniskwM INFANTS' FURNISHING STORK. Something absolutely new?atore for the kitf. Infanta' goods exclusively: clothing, ahoaa, atockings. high chairs, nursery chatra. toy*, etc. HOWARD NOVELTY CO.. 1243 H at. *.?. mh24-00t.B WINDOW CLEANING. HOUSECLEANING TIME IS HERE. " Windows, bouses and offices cleaned; mod erate nrlces. LEON L. CAH450N, Acme Win dow Cleaning Co.. 100? F st. n.w. Phooa 11.719V. ?pP-aot.4 ^ COLLECTIONS. ANYWHERE. ANY KIND, ANY SUM. PROM T attention; low rates; EXCEPTIONAL REFER ENCES ; accounts of phyaldans and dcntia'-O receive especial attention, call Main 4b34 UNITED STATES CREDIT SBRVIOK. Jenifer bldg.. 7tii and D n w. f f 24-901.?