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rVMIVMBU A.\D tXrvaiMMHBO. FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED. 1753 N at. n.w.. 18 rooms. 5 baths... .$200.00 ISIS 101U >t. n.w., 12 rooms sod bath.. 76.00 1014 19tb at. n.w.. 12 rooms and bath.. 00.00 J34 B at. n.e., 0 ruons 18.60 Wf have a number of desirable fumlabed Iioujc-h lit the n.w. section; root. $75 per mo. *?<1 upward. TYLER * RUTHERFORD (Inc.), ;.T0 1.*?th at. n.w. ' 1t?* BEFORE RENTING ASK FOR OUR WEHKLY RENT BUIjLETIN. llouaea opeued on SO initiate*' aotlca. WAGSTAFF A W1HTE. Inc.. 9Q4 14 th n.w. * FVMI8HBD. PM> KTOT-VBET DESI R.VRLE FURNISHED HOUSES; SOME IX)OATED IN THE MOST V'ASHlONABr.E SECTION OF THE CITY; RENTING AT FROM $60 PER MONTH UP. TYLER * RUTHERFORD (Inc.), IP* 730 lATH ST. N.W. I'NFIRNISHBD. 1'OR RENT?610 M ST. S.W. ?24 M ST. S.W. blx rooms and bath each; rent. $19.50 each. JAMES F. SHEAA0t3 La. ave. n.w. I OR RENT 1317 1st ST. N.W. Six rooms and tiled bath. Rent reduced to $22.50 per mo. JAMES F. SHEA. 043 I.a. ave. n. I'OR RENT?03 MYRTLE ST. N.E. Six rootrs and hath; good order. Rout. $16.5rt. JAMES F. SHEA. 043 La. ave. n.w. FOR RENT?137a N. C. AVE. N.E Six rooms and tiled batb; furnace heat. Rent reduced to $21.50. JAMKS F. SHEA. 643 La. ave. n.w. FOR RENT?12S IIECKMAN ST. S.E. Six rooms and batb. Rent. $10.00. JAMES F. SHEA. 043 La. ave. n.w. FOR RENT * 517 2nd ST. N.W Nine rooms and bath. Newly painted and papered. Rent, $35.50. JAMES F. SHEA. 043 La. ave. n.w. F??R RENT ?1344 A ST. S.E. Six rooms and bath; furnace. Rent. $27.5?>. JAMKS 1*. SHEA. 643 La. are. n.w. lOR RENT? D.D.THOMPSON ft CO..1335 F N.W. aSia II ?.(i- k. #.?? r . ? <w> m . .. . ? ... _ _. 6o II nw, ?ir. b.$27.&> "?1 F!a a* ne. 6r,b.25.50 u?9 H n<-. 7r,b 25.00 1368 E ne, ftr.b...20.60 iM'Vh n"- 6r-b- -20.501 Erie flat, 4r,'b.. .'~1?!60 I J*'b?? ??! ?"??' 2422 17th nw.lft.ov 153O Rosedale.Hr. b. 16.Go 224 Ana rd. 6r,b.. 12.00 i FOR COLORED. 1117 N J at se.7r.bl7.50 j 1423 Duiu-an, Ur,blft.5o 1?15 2d ne, ftr.w. .18.50 . ? - i 4V <V ?" | W ( ?? ? ? 1V.WV j I.W1 3d sw. 6r,b. . 15.601 013 Gordon av, 4r.9.50 I ?22 L ae, 6r,w 14.00i 2581 Q nw. 5r 8.60 0<?6 13th ue, Or.w.. 13.601 2 N CTiawp pi, 4r. .8.60 ' For* KENT -SPEt'IAL BARGAIN. I $25.UO EACH. 1702. 1704 and 1706 R st. n.w. Tbre- story, 9-roorn and bath brick dwell ing*. Will reut separately or communicate and rent a? a whole, making a very desirable build ing for. rooming. hoarding bouse or private trhooL A Ter.v convenient looatlou, and owuer will make necessary repairs. Keys at this office. II. R HOWENSTEIN CO.. 1314 F ST. N.W. I OR RENT?1202 N ST. N.W.: A VERY AT tractive 3-story, lo-room aud bath brick dwell- j In*. In this very convenient downtown section; I an easy walk to all departmenta. House In ' tirst-class condition. Don't fall to Inspect it. ! Phone for ke.\s and we will send them to you. ! Rent, $55.50. H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO., 1314 F ST. N.W> her late residence. FOR RENT-BY GEO. W. LINKINS. 1714 Pa. are. n.w. 2025 G. llr.b $5u.70l 617 19.h nw, 9r, b, h-w heat 50.00 2108 H nw,9r.b,fur37.50 727 2oth nw.9r,b..35.50 4310 Ga a*. 8r,b. .27.60 2218 G, 8r,b 25.60 3246 O, Br. a.,....16.50 2320 I nw. 6r.W... 15.50 J329 L se. &r.b 9.60 FLATS. The Oct a via, heated, 8r. b 65.00 The Amsterdam, heated, 6r, b 37.50 1714 Pa a*, attractive apartments, at low rental. STORES. ETC. Store A dw, ftr.b..50.00 ? * ? a w. ?j?, vi .w. .uv.vv A number of bouses for colored tenants, $8 ujh FOR RENT? 2803 18th at. n.w., 10 rooms and bath..$60.00 925 R. 1. ave. n.w., 9 rooms and batb... 60.00 61? Harvard at.. 0 rooms and bath 25.50 444 ~ Ken you st. n.w.. G rooms and bath. 26.60 1316 E at. n.w., 8 rooms and store 86.00 2821 Brentwood rd. n.e., 5r.. b., with beat 21.00 84th st? Mr. Rainier, 7 rooms, gas 20.00 1312 V) st. n.w., 12 rooms, stable. Jan. 1 70.00 l-iftS Kearue.v st. u.e.. 6 rooms 12.50 1601 Graceiand court n.e.. 5 rooms 8.00 UcLACHLEN BANKING CORP.. 10th and O. FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED. ? Dupoot circle, lOr. and bath, furnace..$125.00 ft Dupont circle, 12 rooms, 2 baths 106.00 2405 18th at. n.w.. 9r., b., hot-water beat 46.80 3044 N st. n.w., 12r., b., stable, furnace 45.50 1248 Kenyon at. n.w., 10r.. 2b., h.-w. bt. 42.50 1782 U st. n.w., 9r., 2b., b.-w. heat 35.50 2706 P st. n.w., 8r. and b.. furnace.... 28.00 2131 Flagler pi. n.w., ftr., b., furnace... 27.60 41 N. Y. ave. a.w., 7 rooma and bath... 27.60 1728 N. J. av*. n.w., 7r., b., latrobea... 22.80 2017 K st. n.w., 7r. and b., latrobea 22.80 404 K. L ave. n.w., 7r.. b., latrobea 22.80 i FLATS. "The New York," 6 rooms aad batb, steam heat, 2d foor 35.80 STORES. 120? O at. n.w.. store 200.00 1227 G at. a.w.. storeroom and 2d f....ISO.00 1409 P at. n.w.. new store M.?0 GASCII * BIRGE, 132ft N. Y. ave. n.w. FOR . RENT ? 1347 CORCORAN ST.; EIGHT ] roetfta; cellar; kitchen on flist floor; heated by new furnace; $36.50. JOHN T. KNOTT. 91S t St. FOR RENT - MODERN TEN - uOOM HOUSE; newly papered and painted; rent reduced, $30.80; 20 3rd at. n.e. Apply between 9 and 12 mornings, or phone R. W. McINTIRB. 224 C n.w. FOR RES*- " FREE RENT tjST. 18 LEADING AOENTS. BOOKLET FORM. W. B. MOSES * SONS. F AND 11TH ST8. FOR BENT-RENT REDUCED; 1339 16TH ST. . n.w.; 12 rooms and bath; fine for roomlag | boose; good condition; upstairs kitchen. STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 N. Y. are. FOR RENT WHITE TENANTS. 730 Cth at. n.w $48.80 COLORED TENANT8. 1322 S st. n.wl, 10 rooms and batb 40.50 2420 K st. n.w.. 8 rooms and bath 82.60 1023 V at. n.w.. flat. 4 rooms and-bath.. 22.50 1627 V at. n.w.. flat. 4 rooms and batb.. 22.50 430 Temp. Hall alley. 4 rn?m* and water i-.tW CHAS. LINKINS. 204 MeQIIl bulldinc. FOR RENT J70o I. 2ftr. 3b. .$333-33 171'i N H av, 21r. ??? 375.00 2024 G. Mr, 3b...75.00 1315 M. 12r, b...75.00 1903 O * 702 19th, doable corner, 18r. ftb 100.00 1731 R. Ilr, b 40.00 1613 S, 7r, b 80.00 8lo 18th. ftr. w...20.00 STONELEIGH COURT. ? A few very desirable apartments now vacant, from $5o to $166 a month. THE OLYMPIA. 14th and Euclid. i \ery desirable apartments, 5 rooms aad batb I to . rooms and hath, from $40 to $00 ? month. FITCH. FOX ft BROWN, 1333 F at. n.w. FOR RENT ? 1307 UNION ST. 8.W.. ft-ROOM Irirt, mod. imps.. Rood repair, at $lft.50. Kej at store. 4M5>4 N st. s.w. tH? F. W. TUCKER A BRO . 720 A at. n.e. FOR RENT?lO ROOMS; TWO FINE BATH rotns; hot-water beat; one floor can he rented to almost pay entire rent; newly papered and painted throughout; 1709 17th St.; reat. $60.50. SIMPSON-SULLIVAN CO.. 1419 H st. n.w. FOR RENT? Hto, ?1!? 4U, aw,.Vr.25.50 50 Canal lit, 4r.w.13.50 35tt Eye sw.Or.b.. .20 50 Xi2 Fla av nw.7r.l?20.50 Sto. '(*>* 7?h sw. d 25.50 713 F sw. Sr. 1?.... 22 50 744 (i ue. jr. b 17.50 10U8 Ya av aw.7r.blti.50 i::29 4'-j >w.0r.b. .18.50 519 ?th sw.Or.b... .17.50 Sto. 12"4 Water aw 1M.50 31K I> sw. Sr. b.. .21.00 i Si<?. 704 4'j sw. ...IH.50 411 Del av sw. Or. 124t> 4Vsi sw.Tr.w . .15.50. w4g 45.O0 4W M sw. or, 15.50 1(i20 7tU sw.5r, wAitl5.5?? 7?w i aw. 5r. w... 15.50 j 1226 :td sw.6r.wAg.15.5rt ?*?22 4'j s*,?to.5r.. 15.50? .W7 M sw, 4r.h. . . 14.50 12H2 Half se.itr.w. 12.5o 463 Del av sw.Sr.b.75.00 ?>l E ae. Or, >?...13.5rti 1248 4>, sw.Or. w.. 12.50 351 N ?w. 5r. w.. 12-50 4Mt K sw, ?r. W..12.50 -?V? M sw. Sr. w.. 12.50; 1253 6tb sw.Ur.w..12-50 j 141 N ?e, or. w.. 10.54) 1219 1'niou aw.Or,w 12.50 1257 Union sw.5r,wlrt.50 1258 Half se.4r.b.. 10.50 124o Water *w,?.n 12.50 1254 Half se.0r.w.10.50 2d sw. ".r. w 12.'4? 12Half se.4r,b.. I0..*i0 11<>? NJ av se.6r.Hl0.50 ?02 G sw. jr. w .12.50 1278 2>J sw. 5r. w. .9.50 7? K sw. 5r. w.,.11.50 U?A 4 1*". t?a .. ?. - - at ? C. II. I'ARKKR CO. iInc.), 435 4*3 si. s.w. 013 1?H) ne. 7r. ..$|5..V?f 1 lou F. aw. 14r. ,.15 50i 023 Newton nn.0r.l5 "-0 617 NY av nw. 5r.15.5iO 1410 5th u?, 4r ..15.00 1 1027 ??li nw. 5r. ..15.00 420 1 nw, 5r 15.0? 710 2IJd nw. 5r 14.50 122 Keaton ne. 5r..12.75 4"3 L 7r 11.50 H?2 C?p av.l C.Or.-12-.'iO 2623 I nw. 5r 11.50 12SO B'b'g rd n?\7rl0.50 i 12?^ Canal aw.Sr. .10.50 153ft ?;'l row nw.4rl0.50 | 2:1 3^ ne> 4,. v 5,1 .?<0 M'L'n av sw.-V13.50 3U6 RYal nw.tr. .8.50 22 Col ter nw. 4r. .8.50 1222 1st aw. 4r 7 50 1242 K'tou et aw.5r7.00 151 Sher av.Anc.6r.8-50 2 Gonloll av ne,4r. .8 50 22>>', Dra al aw.4r.7.50 713 Pleas al sw.4r.7.50 98 Kendall at, I C. .11.00 BROOKLAND. D. C. 1004 I^kwrence st. n.e.. 8 roouis $25.00 1261 Hamlin st. n.e.. 7 rooma. cellar 15 00 15* A. S CAYWOOD. 913 N. Y. ave. n.w. "FOR RENT-FREE TO MARCH 1. 1H06 AND 18"? Rlgg" pla<-e; 9 rooms; in good repair; $35.50; i?M 15tb St.. 9 rooms. 812.60; 3MM Center at.. Mount Pleaaant. 7-rooni detached houae. $28.50. JOHN T. KNOTT. 918 P st. I'OR RENT?JOHN SCRIVENER. 90? O ST. N.W. 13SO lotVuw.lOr.b$40.00 1814 R nw, 12r.b.40.00 9 9th se. ftr.b... .30.50 21H 6tb ne. 7r, b.30.50 2230 N nw, Sr. b. 27.60 230 2.1 nw, ftr. b..30.08 ? K ne. 8r. b 25.00 H ne. ftr. b...22.50 211 ~th Se. Or, h..22.50 2X1 14th no.dr.b .22.50 637 C ne. 8r, b. .20.50 1 16th ne. Or. b. .20.60 720 7th se, 7r. W.18.5U 915 4th se, Hr, b.. 17.50 717 ftth se. Tr, w. 918 K se. ftr. w. 16.60 104 15th ne, ftr. b.lft..V> 314 11th ae. ftr. w.15.00 711 I ae, 5r. w.. .14.00 72ft L ae. ftr. w.. 13.60 FOR RENT? Wlaconsiu ave. n.w.. Tenleytow*. 8 r*>m?, bath $20.50 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, Room 250. Southern Building. FOB RSNT? NW.I808 N. 12r 2b.$12ft T SW,?20 NW. 1824 U12r.2b..A.08 NW.201 NW. 212 N J ave, 1 8r and b 40.78 N W.220 N J av.8r.b40.78 NW.1116 Tth, 10r,b.40.ft0 NW.214 F. 8rTb...28.00 NWJI17 22d, 8r... 18.80 *W..T<I 13th. Or... 15.50 NW.1128 N Cap,ftr. 16.40 . APARTMENTS Mdav.flr.. 18.40 ,2013 R. Or...14.40 SW,flg5 C. ftr 14.00 HW.1800 0th, 4r.. 13.40 SE.919 Pot av. ftr. 12.50 SR.901 Pot av, ftr. 12. *>0 SE.ril 10th. ftr..12.60 HW.027 C, 4r......12.8ft NW.413 20th, ft.. 10.40 <^JSbulUUng,o^?. WJ 6tS5i yJ*? FOB BENT?HOUSES. I * FURBISHED. FOR KB XT?403-05-07 ltJTO ST. S.K; PRACTI .?ally new ?r. ?n<1 b. brick bnwi>i; furnace brat; rents! only $18.30 escb; one month free. 1422-28-C at. n.?.; ww Hr. nixl b. bricks; one moiitii free; rent. esch. $22.30. XKW YOHK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F. I FOR RKNT- SIX ROOMS AXD BATH; HOT wster heat; modern house; uw year old, corner; cun be rented cheaply. ?Itb privilege of purchas ing. Apply T..J. .MORGAN. 122H 15th at. nw. FOR RENT?A FEW SPECIALS. 1730 Q st.. 10r.. b.. furnace beat.... |00.00 2tt34 tiarfiflil ?t., 1<?r., 2b., h.-w.h 60.00 1H30 Calvert at.. lor.. 2b., b.-w.h 00.00 3411 Brown at., 10r.. b.. b.-w.h 40.OO 1489 Meridian at., ?r., K. detached 33.0O 3?4.1 11th st., dr.. b., Just renovated 32.60 ?TM2 13th *t.. Dr.. b.. fur. beat, yard 25.50 --tSO Oeorgla are., or., b.. fur. ht.. porch 22.50 763 Girard at.. Or., b.. fur. heat, porch.. 22.30 1119 D ?it. a.e.. ?r., b.. b.-w.h., porch.... 18.50 OUT OI K COMPLETE LIST. UARDIXER ie I) EXT <Inc.>..812 14th. FOR REXT?FLOYD E. 627 7th sw,?to.dw$48.00 04.". Md ?t sw, 6r. Ii, store 23.00 1011 M*1 iit, Or, b.21.30 453 8th f*. Or. b.?.0(l 013 tit li sw, dr. b.17.00 1020 7th aw, dr.. 13.50 1234 Fn sw. Or.. 12.-50 427 O sw 12.00 1210 Fn aw, Hr. .12.00 1320 S Cap, Or ?.oo 407 7th rw 12.00 800 7th aw 15.50 323 8th sw, Or.... 13.30 42U 8th sw. Or 1H.30 034 I hw, Or, b. .23.50 Eastbain, or, b. ..24.50 327 7th sw. fl....22.50) 409 7th aw. dr. b.10.<V? 307 M kw, 4r 14.50 Old ? sw. 3r. b. .12.30 4S3 X hw, fl 4 20.00 727 7th >w, 2d Ii. 17.73 DAVIS, 7th A E 8.W. 320<> 17th ne, rtr,b.23.0n 630 13th ue, dr. b. 22.30 4<?0 9th aw. Or, b.21.00 217 10th aw. 2d fl.lft.O" 487 <; aw. Or 17.30 1337 D aw 13.00 1910 Half sw. 10rl2.n0 1002 S Cap 12.50 1248 Fb aw. Or.. 11.4?> 1240 Fu aw. fir. .11 -4?? 411 10th aw. Or.. 13.00 31 Va av aw. Or..17.00 1.V.1 K ?e, 6r... 10.00 521 7th aw 22.00 1230 B aw, or. b..31.00 3221 Mt Pleaa.2fl.23.on 725 7th sw. Or. b.17.75 441 8th aw. Or. ..15.00 lul9 4*? aw, 4r. .13.50 413 9th aw. Sr. 3fl. 10.00 910 G aw. fl 3. ..11.00 I 003 7th sw. 7r. ..13.00 \V. II. WALKER. R1?AL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE, 729 15th ST. N.W. HOUSES UNFURNISHED. 1433 R. I. ave. n.w.. 12r., 2b ...$75.00 2313 Cliffbourne n.w., 10r., 2b... 03.00 1306 Euclid, llr., 3b tJO.OO 2500 Cliffbourue. lOr.. b 05.00 2013 19th n.w., 10r., b 50.00 1344 tiirard st. n.w.. 10r., b.... 50.00 1504 Col. rd. n.w., 9r., b 50.00 2004 1st n.w., 8r.. b 35.50 2000 lat n.w., 8r? b 35.00 1800 9th n.w., Pr., b 32 50 031 C at. n.e.. 8r.. b 30.50 3635 10th n.w.. Or., b 28.50 :i320 P n.w.. 8r.. b 25.50 57 Myrtle n.o., 7r? b 16.50 FLATS. 049 G n e.. Or., b 20 00 1309 N. Cap. n.e., 5r., b 20.50 OFFICE ROOMS. 1411 O n.w., 3r.. 2d floor 100.00 1411 O n.w.. 3r.. 3d floor 00.00 Second National Bank building: Single or en suite 14.00 up 729 15th at-. oQlce rooms in most cen tral location, .from $10 up; beat, light. Janitor scrviee free. FOR RENT?(COLORED) 520 U ST.. 8R. AND b.. $30.50; 310 Oakdale at.. Or. and b., $20.50. CHARLES E. BANES. 1321 F n.w. FOR RENT 2000 G nw.14r.b-.$50.00 1034 Riffgs pl.10r.b40.00 1423 Q nw.lOr.b...37.50 1018 V nw.dr.b... .30.50 P. W. GRAHAM 1918 II nw.lOr.b..4300 ll*i4 19th, lOr, b...45.00 1 1027 21at, Or, b,. .32.50 1012 16th. 7r 30.30 & CO.. ?17 14th n.w. FOR RENT-BY DUVALL 1224 17th nw,8r2b$65.00 1434 Q. 12r,b 50.50 3115 11th. 8r,2b...40.50 1916 8th nw, Or.b.25.50! 738 Harvard, 6r.b.22.50, 763 Girard, 6r,b...22.50 720 5th ne, Or.b. ..22.50' 1423 Pa av se, 6r,b20.3.V 805 X, 6r,b 18.50; 823 12tb ne, 6r,b..ltUK>! 801 X, 2d 11, 4r... 13.50 FLATS. 720 lltb, 3r,b 26.80 15? A CO., 722 11th ST.N.W. 13084 Pot avse... 17.50 737 11th. 2r,b 16.50 1241 D ne. 5r,b... 15.50 STORES. 1501 7th, corner.. .30.00 722 11th, beat furn27.50 043 P nw 18.50 COLORED TENANTS. 222 Fla av nw,ttr,b.21.50 910 11th. 6r.w 20.50 1220 Linden ne.dr.b2O.50 1915 M. 4r,w 15.60 1150 Bladensb'g rd.10.00 FOR RENT?COLORED TENANTS. Brand-new, 6 rooms and tile bath, $22.50; 4 rooms and tile bath, $17.50. These house? are newly papered; convenient to car lines; 24th and F sts. n.w. Nos. 2408 to 2412 P at. ii.w.; 524-530 24th St. n.w. B. P. SAUL CO.. 7th and L >ts. n.w. FOB RENT?BY B. P. SAUL CO.. 7th A L N.W. 717 8th nw.9r,b.$45.50 1312 9th nw,8r,b..40.30 1309 Q nw, lOr, b.40.30 1732 Willard.8r.2b40.50 1307 3d nw, 9r, b.38.80 1106 6th nw,llr.b.37.50 1711 13th nw.ltr.b33.88 118 U nw. Sr. b.35.30 1329 8 nw, 9t. b..38.45 12.9 5th nw,sto,6r.b32.5o 1307 Corcoran nw, 9r, b 32.50 1806 NJ av nw.6r.b30.50 219 D nw. lOr, b.30.30 8 I nw, lOr, b....30.50 3225 Ga av Bw.6r.b30.50 452 U nw. 8r, b..30.00 204 D nw, Or. b. .27.50 310 R nw, 6r, b. .27.80 15 Q nw. 7r. b...23.50 1724 Ore av. 3r,b.25.80 2913 Ga av. 6r.b..25.50 1633Marlon nw.6r.b23.50 829 10th ne. 6r.b.23.80 600 U nw, 7r, b. .23.50 306 Sea ton ae,0r,b23.50 822 G ne. 7r. b. .23.80 814 H nw, 8r. b. .22.30 420 P nw, 6r. b.22.5) 1000 Marion nw, 7r. b 22.30 763 Girard nw.0r.b22.00 1643 Wis av.7r.b.22.00 111U I ne.6r,b.sta.21.50 119 Carroll ae.7r.b21.00 1346 bnereon ne, dr. bTT. 21.00 2818 M nw, 0r, w.20.30 1441 G ne. 6r, b..20.50 1123 9th nw.12r.w20.00 2226 Ttb nw, store, 8r, w 20.00 1.166 N C av.6r.b. 19.30 612 P nw.2r.2d fl.18.00 639 8 nw. 6r. b.. 17.80 318 lat ae, 8r. w. .16.5 ) 710 R I av nw.7r.wl6.80 607 Morton nw, 6r. b 16.80 1-1220 Md av ne,6r,wl6.40 1214 I ne. 6r. w..18.50 310 8th ne. 8r. w. 15.40 1422 K se. 6r. b. 18.30 2907 M nw. 6r, w. 15.00 1644 Euclid nw... 15.00 714 Park rd nw, 5r. w 13.50 COLORED TENANTS. 210 T bw. dr. b..32.50 637 L nw. 8r. b. .25.50 530 24th nw.dr.b..22.50 408 L nw. Sr. w..20.50 2028 Ga av.8tOt8r.20.0i) 2418 P nw. 4r. b.17.50 314 Ky av se.8r.bl5.30 101 Oor'a. Ivy Cityl5.00 1228Duncan ae,4r,bl4.00 236 13th se, 4r,w. 12.50 2040 Ga av nw. lat floor, rear 12.50 86 Goat al nw. 5r. w 12.00 423Ridge nw. Sr. w 11.20 2221Water nw.6r.wll.00 2219Water nw.6r.wl0.30 2043 Gales ne,6r.wl0.50 205 Gordon av ne. Or. w. 10.00 3071 Canal nw.5r.wl0.00 20 Madison al,4r.wl0.00 33d A E ne. 6r.w. 10.00 28 Scbott al ne, 4r, w 10.0Q STORES. 1510 7th nw 106.00 1536 7tb nw 80.00 420 Pla av nw, b-w b furnished.30.00 1339*4 7tl? nw 3D.50 2040 Ga av 10.00 700 8 nw 15.00 1234^i ?th nw... 13.00 2034 Ga av 1200 FOR RENT?1348 FLORIDA AVE. N.W.: SIX room brick dwelling, with bath; convenient to two car lines. Key next door. . 18* FOR RENT? J 78. .221 O. lge office rs I 66. .2237 Q bw, lOr, b 46.75. .216 I nw, 12r.b (43 1900 N, ston J 42.00.. 1781 T nw. llr.b i 32.60... 160 U nw, Or.b I 3o.5<> 7 K ne. llr.b I 27.30.. 1626 3d nw.Sr.b i 127.60.. .110 C ne, 8r.b 824.80. .1714 N J av.6r.b : 23.00.120 Mass av.8r.b 22.60.1818Cedar nw.6rh i 18.50. .406 8th ne. ?r,b 17...61 Myrtle ne,6r,b 16.80.813 10th nedr.ato I 14.60 2608 L, 6r 13.60.1242 K se,6r.sto Ii 116.80..1014 Pla, 6r,b,ll $27.50.. 1314 Corn. 6r,b 13.50 474 O. 3r,b.fl $26.50.1168 17th. 7r,col : 12.60.. 1529 Beanlog.Sr $26.80...807 N J av,7r.b $12.80. .780 16th ne. 6r J. I a. KOM i. 928 Xew York ave. FOR RENT 1348 TO 1308 C STREET N.E.; 0 rooms and bath each; relit, $10.50; new houses; papered to suit tenant. w. a. ( itah; a co., l'hone M. 1070. WO 14th at FOR RENT?TO COLORED. Reduced to $38.30; modern 10 rooms and bath. 1518 L st. n.w. FRANCIS L. McGKE. 1701 14lh n.w. . FOB RENT-BY L. J. MILLS. 606 6TH ST. N.W. 6*7 12th />e,6r.b.$19.50 . 708 6th nw. 6r. b.,23.50 15>6 L aw. lOr. b.38..T0 Fltl4Fla avnw.6r,bl9.50 nr. U nw. Or. b. .32.50 173 P. Or b 20.50 FOR BENT- " 1616 13th at. n.w., 10 rooms and bath...$40.68 1741 F at. n.w., 10 rooms and bath 40.00 H.Vi2 10th n.w.. ft rooms and bath 35.00 618 N. J. ave. n.w.. 10 rooms and bath.. 30.00 1327 Wis. ave. n.w., 10 room* and bath.. 26.60 WEAVER BROS.. 788 lBth st. n.w. FOB SALE?LOTO. FOR 8ALE- OWNER TWO LAROB LOTS, northwest section, one block Ooa ear Una. wtU aell at a bargain; will accept defacrsd par* _ Basats. Box 148. 8tar <??. WELL DIOGINO. CnAS. M. DOBSEY * BHD.. CONTRACTUR5r Well digging, pump makera. artesian wall drill ers and teat boriags. liaealB Water OaaiuMi I 1230 Linden at. a.a pacuhg. M PACKING?Reliable and assert white Mi packing furniture, china, ate., (tt ment. LIFT-VANS far foreign meats. Estimates furnished. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A 8TORAGP OO. fta?? Ma'i aa06. WO-tfl K mt. a.? ? HEALTH MOVEMENT. " VIAVI SCIENCE OP HEALTH; NATURAL* noa-snralcal; cloth-bound, 400-page book tna Apply by mall. 816Colerado^Slglaa ~ lectnro for www Wedneadays at 1:60. MOVIHO. ETC. PADDED VAN8. $4 AND $5 LOAD: 3-HOR0B ?wafons. $3 lead. Phone Main 1918-1916. ? COLUMBIA TRANSFER A STORAGE 00.. 908 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. [packing A Shipping. Storage. 83 vaa laa<. LOAM 80GEBT7. On Diamonds, Money \ Watchcs, Jewelry, Etc. Capital. 81.000.000. Over 50.000 patxona last year. Over A000 ladlee. Strict eat privacy. Iilowd by leadlag banks and nei papers. Loans made Why Pay More? any amount. PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY, Ylctor Bldg.. 724 8th n.w.. cor. Grant pi. lleaM oOce. Philadelphia. O&d Fellows' - fala. ElHcott Square Btdg.; Rochester. CRam bsr of " FOB BALE?HOUSM. FOR SALE-BLOOMINGDALE. Nine-room dwelling; furnace heat; not much cash needed. ?... W.eoo. Thin property Is offered at $500 less titan the owner originally paid for same. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE-CLEVELAND PARE. Beautiful 9-room dwelling; furnace heat; eeUar under entire house; 2 baths; hardwood floors. PRICE. $0,100. Screen* and shades go with the property. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 II ST. N.W. FOR SALE-NEW HOMES, COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. Beautiful new 7-room houses, containing hot water heat and all modern improvements. PRICE, $5,850. The most complete home properties in the city for this money. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.). 1420-22 H ST. N.W. % FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME PROP ERTIES FOR COLORED. Id good section of the Northwest. These house* contain four und nix rooms and are up-to-date in errry respect. Will sell this property on terms; $200 cash and $15 per month. PRICES. $2,550 AND $2,650. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 II ST. N.W. FOR SALE?TODD ft BROWN 8 SUBDIVISION. Nearly new sis-room dwellings, containing hot-water heat and all modern improvements. PRICE, $3,300. This is the cheapest thing in this section for the money. Let us show you this prop erty. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 II ST. N.W. FOR SALE-NEAR 15TH AND U STS. NORTH WEST. Beautiful corner dwelling containing 10 rooms; steam heat. PRICE, $7,500. House now occupied by owner, who is very anxious to sell. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 II ST. N.W. FOR SALE H1GH-GRADE RESIDENT K. CENTER HALL. New and modern; drawing room, library, dining room, pantry and tiled kitcbeu on first floor; 3 sleeping rooms, living room and bath oit? 2nd floor; 3 sleeping rooms, private bath. 2 servants' rooms and servants' bath on 3d floor; butler's room and bath; laundry, etc. Lot 38xl2o. One of the choicest locations in the north west; surrounded by costly houses. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. WOODLEY PARK. Half block west of Conn. ave. and less than two blocks north of Conn. ave. bridge. MODERN, DETACHED LOT 50x120; ALLEY. PRICE. $2o,000. Very attractive; colonial design; center hall, reception room, large living room, dining, pan try and kitchen on 1st floor; 4 rooms and 2 modern baths on 2d floor; 2 rooms, bath, 2 servants' rooms and servants' bath on 3d floor: butler's room and bath in basement. CALL, PHONE OR WRITE FOR KEYS OR APPOINTMENT TO MOTOR YOU TO IN SPECT MOOItfc? ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE?$15,000. New residence on one of the prominent ave nue* in the northwest; 25 feet wide; large yard; attractive in every way. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 If ST. N.W. FOR SALE-CLBVELAND PARK. One of the most desirable homes in this suburb; 11 rooms and attic; hot-water heat; electric light and gas; lot 50x125; two baths and shower. $10,600. Let us show you this. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.). 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE-NEAR 16TH AND 8 SIS. A 12-room house, with garage; wide, hand some front; hot-water heat; parquet floors. A most desirable location. Unusually con structed. $16,000. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE?NEAR 18TH AND 8 STS. N.W. A new 10-room dwelling, hot-water heat and all modern Improvements; wide front. NOT MUCH CASH NEEDED. $14,500. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.). 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE?A DOWNTOWN RESIDENCE WITH 18 ROOMS, 2 baths; in a good lo cation. $8,000. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE-NEAR IOWA CIRCLE. Beautiful downtown residence, containing 13 large rooms; steam heat. PRICE REDUCED TO $10,500. Lot 23x140, with large 2-story stable on rear. MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE?$6,950. Washington Heights dwelling, west of 18th st., overtooklng city; lst-floor kitchen; hot . ?. .. ?r*. m A. na vrui PI.. UTC1IVUSWIS v?v/, svv ' , water heat; lot 120 feet deep; wide paved alley; now carrying a loan of $5,000 at o% and renting for $50 per month. Offered at this low price on account of r cent exchange. _ ? ? _ MOORE ft HILL (Inc.), 1420-22 H ST. N.W. FOR SALE-FORCED TO SACRIFICE HAND somc 11-room house on Fairmont St.; attract ive interior; newly decorated; several open fireplaces; two tiled baths; spacious dining room and flne heating plant. This home has been held at $12,000, but owner Is leaving the city and will sell now for $',250, but you must act quickly. BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 714 14th n.w. FOR SALE-BUILT IX)R A HOME; 2 stories, 8 rooms and attic; sleeping porch; large front porch; hot-water heat and every little con venience you could expect io a $10,000 home, but the price is $6,250, with terma to suit, ?s the property must tic sold. This house is 23 feet wide, with a flne yard to an alley. It will pay you to look at this house at once. BOSS ft PHELP8 (Inc.). 714- 14th n.w. FOR SALE - EXCEPTIONAL HOUSE AT A bargain pride of $5,250; located on Columbia Heights Just off from 14th St.; attractive rooms; large yard, with room for flowers and garden: plenty of apace foe garage and a paved alley. This nouaa haa been vacated to facili tate quick aale. Let us send yon a key; you will be Interested. BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 714 14th n.w. FOR SALE?AyOTHER BIG VALUE ON THE Heights In an attractive exterior, beautifully finished Inside, colonial brick house, containing !? rooms and 2 tiled baths; every detail well carried out In construction. You could easily place a valuation of $8,000; can be sold for $-1,750, and In order to hasten sale owner bus agroed to make r?sy terms. BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.), 714 14th n.w. FOR SALE?SELDOM OFFERED FOR SALE, an attractive, well built northwest home, with 2-story brick stable, now in use, has room for two or three horses. The house is 2 stories sud has four good rooms on each floor, serv ants' Quarters, modern heating and plumbing and in every way a flrst-class home. This bouse and the price of $6,500 will attract you. Would consider exchange for city property. BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 714 14th n.w. FOR SALE?IN CLEVELAND PARK; SHOULD sell for $10,000 In the spring; owner leaving the city and had Just agreed to sell tor $8,750; large lot, with plenty of trees. The house was built tor a home about three yesrs ago and is complete in every detail, with 10 rooms and hath, hot-water heat, 2 large sleeping porches, front porch and side porch; beautiful wood work and expensive floors. This house Is go ing to be mm even at tbia time of the year. Telephone na and we will be glad to show It to you. B088 ft PHELPS (Inc.), 714 14th n.w. FOR SALE?NBAS 16TH AND A S.E.; NEW, substantial A-room aad bath brick house; price, wloOOT tmit, $1,500. OWNER. Box 2414. Sta tlon Q. m* FOR SALE-GREAT MIDWINTER BARGAIN; , reduced *3.900 to quick buyer; owner needing money will sell flne Roman brick residence In | Washington Helghta. 11 tww. 3 baths, hot water beat, for $8,800; only $2,800 cash needed. J. LOUIS WILLIGE CO . 803-06 18th n.w. rOE SALE?A NICE SIX-ROOM BRICK | house near Union station. JOHN T. KNOTT, 918 F at. POR SALE - ATTRACTIVE MODERN EK1HT roon detached frame dwelling, on two Urge ist. .-as? cw. a FOB WALE-SNAP?A WELL BUILT 5-ROOM frame, with toe cellar: loo*ted In the n.e. sec tlon; strictly white neighborhood; rents fori liwifst. U.W. ? I FOB SALE?HOTO8. A '1 ranchty boose' 1? expensive to beat, cad decidedly uncomfortable. In all Mlddaugb * SteoDM, lac., hones the brlefcawk ?s w -well laid that the window and door fmaes fit perfectly, and the wood used la thoroughly well seasoned. so that it won't (brink. Noth ing Is neglected to make Mlddaugb A Shannon, lac., homes both economical and comXoctablc. At 10th and K sts. a.e. Finished sample at 920 K at. n.e. Open dally until 8 ??. $2,875 to $3.2X5. $300 cash; $25.50 a month, including all interest. Oomfortable, well arranged, 6-room homw la Improving neighborhood; light, dry cellar; flae porches; plenty of cupboards;-deep lots to wide paved alley; very wide parking; cars, stores and schools conveniently pear. WATOH T?B CONSTRUCTION Of other Mlddaugb k. Shannon, Inc., homes now being built. 15th and K N.E.-$2,975; $28.80 s month, in cluding all Interest. Warder and Newton sts. X.W., Park View, 3 rooms deep?$4,500; $32.50 a month, Including all interest. S307 to 3323 20th st. N.W.. Inglesid*. facing Rock Creek Park?$7,950; $48.GO a month, in cluding all interest. SHANNON & LUOHS, Selling Agents,* 713 14th st. n.w. FOR SALE - Ijook at those splendid new, up-to-date honses on Park road and Warder street. Worth $5,250. Reduccd to $4,375 for quick sale. ?> rooms and bath; hot-water heat: 20 feet wide. In fact, everything that a $10,000 home has except a few less rooms. Always open. Take cars to Georgia ave. and Park road, and walk two blocks cast. 035 and 541 Kenyon st. n.w.?Only two left out of a row of 11 new houses. Similar houses sell for $4,250, bat these esq now be had at only $3,600 each. Easiest klna of terms. See us. Always open. See those fine homes, Florida arc. near 2nd st. n.w.?decant bargains; reduced from $4,650 to $4,375. These bouses would easily rent for $32.50 per month, and yet tbc owner Is willing to sell on such terms as $300 or more cash, and $30.02 per month, out of which latter sum you save about $20 each mouth, applied on principal, making your rental actually stand you only what the Inte.-estis, i.e., $15.19. Can you beat this? 518 and 022 Kenyon st. n.w.?Press brick; 4 rooms on first floor; Sr. *pd harth 2nd floor; pan try; gas logs; double, back porches. Only $3,850. Worth $5,000. One sold. WILLEXTT & REIXBCKE CO., Inc., 1309 II st. n.w. EDUCATIONAL. IN WASHINGTON. Lucia Gale Barter School! MARY GALE DAVIS. PD. M.. PRIN. Rhythm?the Art of Health. Breathing. Poise, Concentration, aud Relaxa tion. Music. Interpretation In Psntomlme snd Dramatic Expression. Children Play and Nat ural Dancing, in which they unconsciously learn to stand. w?lk and breathe well. Day and even ing classes. Florence Klejnlusr Noyes. assistant. 20o3 Columbia road. Photie North 260. ELOCUTION, SING1NC, MON. AT FREDER Ickaburg (Va.) College; Tues. to Sat. at studio. Emily Freeh Barnes, LtarViml" WHY LEARN SHORTHAND? BECAUSE It is the surest road to SUCCE8S. It will enable you to get a position any time, any place. It leads to more confidential positions. It commands a HIGHER SALARY. It will enable you to grasp opportunities when they present themselves. It is the opeu sesame of today. WHY STUDY AT THE MILTON SCHOOL? BECAUSE? We have bad years of experience in train ing students. We have only expert instructors. We have been successful In placing our students In excellent positions. We take PERSONAL INTEREST IN EACH STUDENT. WE ARE THOROUGH IN OUR METHOD OF INSTRUCTION. Nine-tenth* of our students take snd pass successfully the civil service examinations. THE MILTON SCHOOL. 1?T3 H st. n.w. A Good Resolution If yon are a yoong person resolve to take a course at Wood's Com mercial School and be prepared to fill a good position. If yon are a parent resolve to give that boy and girl of best of Woofs? that _ yours the very best of COMlilSrCifli tSem a course Con School 1 Commercial School, 811 East Capitol street. Shorthand. typewtlt >g. bookkeeping, En glish branches and civil service. Day and even "1, write or" phone Linen. Ing sessions. Call, write or phone Linen. 88> *Tis better to call. COURT F. WOOD. LL. M.. Principal. THE REYNOLDS SCHOOL. The short-cut system of Pltmsn shorthand; practical English course; foreigners a specialty. 1449 U n.w. Typewriting; civil service eiam. HALL=NOYES SCHOOL (Ninth year). Day and night. Children and sdnlts. Catalogues. Phone Main 3877. FRANCES MANN HALL, A. M? Principal. ? 221 E st. n.w. FRENCH. PROF. VICTOR DULAC. 1226 15TH ST. N.W. PHONE N. 1898-V. MISS ANNIE L. MURRAY. Teacher of Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar, Studio. 3309 O st. n.w. Phone W. 825. Terms moderate. Special class rates. i7? Do You Want a Good Position? You can prepare yourself for one at Strayer's Business College in a few months. We will Siocuro the position for you when you are ready, [ot a single graduate of this school is unem ployed. Call, write or phone for catalogue. STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 9TH AND F 8TS.. WASHINGTON. P. a OUT OF WASHINGTON. MONTROSE-A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL In the country for girls and small boys; de lightfully located In the most healthful part off Maryland; terms moderate. Miss HARDEY. Highland. Md. WINTER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Dennis Directly on the ocean front, is always open arid Is an Weal bomc for the winter guest. WALTER J. BUZBY. The Wiltshire, 'Greatly Improved. Cap., 880. Private baths, running water iu rooms; elevator; sun psrlor, etc. Music. 8peclal. $12.00 weekly, 82.50 up dally. Open all year. Booklet. SAMUEL ELU8. ODarnjorooaD - JBlsnDctm ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Joslah White A Sons Coipaay. THE ST. CHARLES. Most select locstion on the ocean front. Sea water in all baths. Orchestra of soloists. Illus trated booklet. Open all year. NEWLIN HAINES. GALEN HALL, ATLANTIC CITY. HOTEL AND SANATORIUM. With Its elegsnt comforts, Its tonic ad curative baths sad superior table ssd service. Is an Ideal place for fail and winter. Always opsa. Al ways ready. Always busy. F. L. YOUNG, General Manager. Ask Mr. Foster. 503 14th st. _____ Berkshire Inn,? from Boardwalk. $0 to $17.50 wky? g up dally. Chp., 300. Elevator. Sat. to laying water, private baths T E. DICKINSON. FLORIDA. ?*j HOTEL DIXIE, OK THE INDIAN RIVER, Titusville, Florida. American plan. Under?-new manageu nlng. Fishing. Boating. Address L. B. C. LIST, Proprietor. WITHOUT EXAGGERATION Idssl summer weather egsta NOW Oa the Esst Quest of Florida. SAJITABHHtS. CHE8TNUT LODGE ? A WELL EQUIPPED sanitarium under experienced management for mild mental and nervous disoaaes. drug addic tions. etc. B. L. BCLLARP. M. p.. RoekvlUe, Md. B. * O. B. B. and electric lias tram Washington. _ AUCTgOV SALES. Ttfia AFTB?3tOOK.| ,C. O. 8LOAN A^pp^, I NO, ^AUanO.VBEM, TRUSTEES? &A1?E OF UMMEBOVED RKAL ESTATE ON TOR WB^STOE OT* NEW JERSEY AVENUE BETWEEN L AND M STREETS SOCTHBASir. Bjr virtue of a dtcn? of the Supreme Court of the District of ColunMa, gwH on the l?tk 4mj of October, 1911, la ? eaute wherein Charles U Seldner and others are- pWatlffs and Samuel W. Seldner and otbers are* MaMnti, wq mil | offer for aale, at poblle aoettoa. to tbehigbeat bidder. o^MOXDAX JANBABY FIFTEENTH, 1912. AT HALF-PAST FOUR OVt^OCB. in frost of the premises, the- following described unim proved lot. situated la the city of Waahingtoa, District of Coluiafela. to srlt: Lot numbered twenty-two (28). is James Adams, executor's, subdivision of square north of square seven hun dred aad forty-three (N. of square 743), as per plat recorded la liber N. folio 233 of tho records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia. Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree: 1 One-third of the purcbaso money In cash, aad the balance la two equal annual Installments, se cured by the notes of the mtvaaser and a first lien ea the property sold. Notes-to be dated the day of nale, aad to bear Interest at ?U per centum per annum until paid, or all purchase money may be paid In duh at the option of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within twenty-days from tbe day of sale. All conveyancing, acknowledgments and recording at the eo?t of the purchaser. A deposit of one hundred and fifty dollars ($160) will be required at time of sale. Title to be a good title of rec ord. tn fee slmpta, -free of all liens or Incum brances, including taxes; those* for tbe cumat year to be adjusted to tbe day of sale by allow ance on the purchase money. Should the pur chaser fall to comply with tbe terms of sale within tbe time specified tbe deposit will be forfeited to the trustees, who reserve tbe right to resell tbe property at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser. SIMON LYON, Trustee, Brass building, 1420 New York avenue a.w. WILLIAM G. JOHNSON. Trustee, . Fendall building, 844 D street n.w. Ja6-dAds ADAM A. WESCHLEB, AUCTIONEER. Executor's sale of Three story Brick Dwelling No. 1415 Rhode Island ave nue northwest, with large brick building in rear. By virtue of authority vested In the under signed by the last will and testament of Wil liam C. Morrison, deceased, Administration No. 181U6. I will sell by public auction, lu front of the premises. ON MONDAY, THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, A.D. 1912, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: That part of original lot 2. in square 210, improved by premises No. 1415 Rhode Island avenue northwest and brick build ing in rear, being all of said lot of which tbe late William C. Morrison died seized aud pos sessed. Terms of sale: All cash over and above $5,000, which will be allowed to remain on the property at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the prop erty sold. A deposit of $200 required at time of sale. Terms of sale to be complied with iu twenty days, otherwise the executor reserves the right to resell the property at tbe risk and cost ot tbe defaulting jMirchaser, after five days' advertisement of such re-sale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C. All conveyanc ing, recording, etc.. at purchaser's cost. CHAS. A. MILLS, Executor. IRWIN H. LINTON, Attorney. 410 5th st n.w. ja3-d&ds,exSu FUTURE DAYS. ADAM A. WESCHLEB, AUCTIONEER. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF PREMISES NO. 811 H STREET N.B. AND 620 B STREET SOUTH WEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. By authority of tbe last will and testament of Ofcarlee White, deceased, and pursuant to aa order passed by tbe Probate Court of the Dis trict of Columbia in tbe matter of the estate of said deceased. Administration cause No. 1S271, tbe undersigned will sell at public auction in front of the premtses, on WEDNESDAY, THB SEVENTEENTH- DAY OF JANUARY. A.D. 1812. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all that certain piece and parcel of ground situated In the city of Washington. District of Columbia, and distinguished as lot numbered twenty 420) ia Moaes Kelly's subdivision of square numbered nine hundred and twelve (912). as per piat re corded In the surveyor's office of said District in plat book H. D. C.. page 138. and known aa premises No. 811 H street n.e. And thereafter, on FRIDAY. THE NINE TEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, A.D. 1912, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. tbey will sell at public auction, in front of tbe premises, lot numbered forty-nine (48), in Charles, George and Robert White's subdivision of lots in square four hundred and ^sixty-two (462), aa per plat recorded In tbe ssfld office tn Plat Book J. H. K., at page 249, known as No. 620 B street a.w., Washington, D. C. These properties are improved, the former by a combined store and dwelling, tbe latter by an eight-room dwelling house. Terms of sale: One-third caah, balance In two Sual Installments, payable In one and two year! ter date, with Interest at six per cent, repre sented by the notes of purchasers, and secured on tbe property sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A deposit of two hnndred dollars (8200) will be required on each parcel at tbe time of sale. All conveyancing and recording to be at the purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be com plied with within fifteen (15) days, or the prop erty will be resold at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser. JANE M. WHIT?, JENNIE W. FUG ITT, CHAS. WHITE, Jr., Executor* of tbe estate of Charles White, de ceased. Jag-dAda.lOt THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. TBUSTEK'S SALE OF ATTRACTIVE THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING NUMBERED 1351 HARVARD STREET NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded in Liber No. 3196. at folio 76 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and &t the request of tbe party secured thereby, tbe undersigned trustee will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF JANUARY. A.D. 1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, and desig nated as and being part of lot numbered seven (7) in block numbered thirty-four (34) in John Sherman, trustee's, subdivision of part of "Moant Pleasant" and "Pleaaant Plains," known as "Columbia Heights" (now lot 813. square 2854), as per plat recorded in tbe office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, in Liber Governor Shepherd, at folio 137, together with tbe Improvements thereon, consisting of a three story brick dwelling numbered 1851 Harvard street northwest. Terms of sale: One-third of tbe purchase money to be paid iu caah. balance in two equal Install ments, payable in one and two years, with Inter est at five per centum per annum, payable semi annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon tbe property sold, or all caah. at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of 8200 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at coat of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' ad vertisement of such resale In some- newspaper published in Washington. D. C. AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COM PANY, Trustee. 'Seal.) Attest:. By C. J. BELL. President. JAMES F. HOOD. Secretary. Jull-dAda.eSu THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS. Trustees' Sale of Valuable Business Property at .Auctions BEING THE THREE - STORY BRICK BUILDING. NO. 511 11TH STREET N.W. ALSO UNIMPROVED LOT, FRONTING 60 FEET ON ONTARIO RD., AND RUNNING THROUGH TO BELMONT AND 17TH STREETS N.W. By virtue of authority vested in the under signed trustees by a certain deed In trust, we will sell at pub 1c auetlon, In front of tbe premises, on 7TTBSDAY. THE TWENTY -THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, 1912, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., part of lot 6, in square .147, fronting 25 feet on tbe east side of 11th street by a depth of 95 feet 6 inches to a good alley. Improved by a three-story brick building containing two storerooms and six office rooms, all well rented. ALSO SAME DAY AT A QUARTER TO FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., lot 18, in block 3, "Meridian Hill," now square 2567. Terms will be announced at time of aale. A deposit of 81.000.00 on the improved and $200.00 on the unimproved property will be reouired at time of sale. Conveyancing and recording at purchaser'a coat. Terma of sale to be complied with wltbla 15 daya from day of sale, otherwise tbe trustees reserve tbe right to resell tbe prop erty at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting pur chaser after five days' advertisement of sucb re sale published In some newspaper of Washing ton, D. C. JOSEPH R. EDwON, WILLIAM SMALL, JOHN J. McMAHON, 1al2-d?&? Trustee*. TOMORROW. ADAM A. WESOHLER, AUCTIONEERS. Household Furniture, Mirrors, Carpets, Rugs., Etc., Within Premises No. 1326 Eye St. N.W., By Public Auction, TUESDAY, JANUARY SIXTEENTH, 1912, COM MENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M., Includ ing Walnut Bedroom Suite, Library and Marble top Tfcblee, Carpets, Ruga. Gilt Mirrors, Book caaea. Parlor Furniture, Extension Table, Side boards, Chairs, etc. Terms cash/ ADAM A. WESCHLER, Auct ja!2-dAdbs.eSu ADAM A. WESOHLER, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF LAUNDRY FIXTURES AT 3300 M STREET N.W. By virtue of certain deed of trust, recorded la Liber 3417, folio 429 et seq., of tbe land records of tbe District of Columbia, and at request of party thereby secured, tbe undersigned trustees will sell a complete set of laundry fixtures and machinery on the above premises, on TUESDAY, THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, A.D. 1912, AT HALF-PAST TEN O'CLOCK A.M. Terms: Cash. JOSEPH C. XIRKLK, J. F. EDWARDS, Trustees. C. C. JAMES,. Attorney for Party Secured. Ja 11413 ATJCTCOH SALES. -r AtfCTIOH SAXES. TOMOHIOW. -^^9 . ?* I At Mendelsohn's Art Gallery, 1409-1! New York Ave. N.W. Valuable Household Furnishings, Art Decorations, China, Prints, Plate, Rugs, Andirons, etc. Mahogany Furniture, Antique and Correct Reproductions. Fine collection of English Cut Glass, French China and <| Bronzes, Miniatures on Ivory, Napoleon. Mirrors, Tapestries, Capo de Monte Ware, Belgian Ujnbrella Stand and Window x ? Jardinieres, Dutch Marquetrie Furniture and Silverware, X ? Prism Candelabra, Fenders, Screens, Fire Sets, Florentine |! Brackets, Persian Rugs, Russian Brasses, Sheffield Plate, It Gilt and Mahogany Mirrors. || Many fine examples of the Sheraton, Chippendale] Colo X nial, Empire, Hepplewhite and other Early Periods, embrac $ ing over six hundred lots, in every conceivable shape. I - AT PUBLIC AUCTION WITHIN MY ROOMS, Last Day of Sale Tuesday, January 116, 11912, |? At 11 A.M and 3 P.M. w ? | A. MENDELSOHN, Auctioneer. 4 jal3*1G-2t 'I' ?> '2' ? 4' FUTURE DAYS. FUTURE DATS. ?CGimao AT SLOAN'S ART GALLERIES 1407 G St. Washington, D. C. m COCHEO SALE Of Artistic Home Furnishings Being the entire stock of Cocheo Brothers, antique dealers of 148 East 50th st., New York city, who are retiring from the retail business, with additions from several estates, a Massachu setts ave. home, an embassy and numerous private owners. Comprising fine Sheraton and Colonial Mahogany Dining Room Suites, Oak Renaissance Pieces, French Marble and Bronze Clock Sets, Ster"ng Silver, Lille and Chelsea China, Japanese Bric-a-Brac, Persian Rugs, Fine Sheffield, a wonderful collec tion of Cashmere Shawls, the Works of Hogarth from the origi nal plates, English Prints, Mirrors, Japanese Screens and Carv ings, Brasses, French and Dutch Marquetrie, Louis XV and XVI Pieces, a wonderful assortment of Colonial Mahogany Furniture, Draperies and Portieres, etc., etc. All to be sold at absolute public auction within our art gal leries, 1407 G st., Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, JANUARY 17, 18 and 19, 1912, at fi It A.M. and 3 PM. Each Day. On public view Monday and Tuesday, January 15 and 16. C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Auctioneers, 1407 G St. Ja13.15.16J7 ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Undivided In terests in Valuable Acreage and Villa Site Property in Chevy Chase, D. C. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, pwed Id Equity Cause No. 29248, the underalgned tmateea win soil by public auction in front of the respective premises. ON FK1DAT. THE TWELFTH DAY OF JANU ARY. A.D. 1912. Elght-slxty-thirds Interest in each of the fal lowing parcels of real estate, altuate on the Rock Creek Ford and Broad Branch roada, Chevy Chase, D. C.: AT 3 O'CLOCK P.M. Parcel No. 1? Beginning at a stone at the In tersection of the weatfcTly linea of Rock Creek Ford road and Broad Branch road, running thence N. with the westerly line of Rock Creak Ford road 39* 46' 30" W. 273.84 feet; these* leaving said road .and running S. 27* 28' W. 327.99 feet to the north line of Rittenhouse street; thence east along said north line of Bit tenhouse street 354.52 feet to the west line of Broad Branch road; thence N. 19* 11' W. 85.23 feet to point of beginning, containing 1.278 acres. IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. Parcel No. 2?Beginning at a stone on the easterly line of Rock Creek Ford road, running S. 40* 29' E. 117.73 feet; thence easterly along the northerly line of Rock Creek Ford road 8 87? 39' E. 179.20 feet; thence S. 82* 49' E. 78 feet; thence leaving said road N. 62* 21' W. 300.78 feet to point of beginning, containing .223 acre. IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. Parcel No. 3?Beginning at a stone at the In tersection of the southerly line of the Rock Creek Ford road and the Broad Branch road; thence 8. 19* 11' E. with the easterly line of Broad Branch road 101.86 feet to the N. line of Rittenhouae street; thence along the N. Une of Rlttenhouse street B. 306.52 feet; thence leaving ssid line and running N. 62* 11' W. 53.88 fset to a stone in the southerly line of Rock Creek Ford road: thence with the aoutherly Une of aalt! road N. 82* 49' W. 173.39 feet to a atone; thence continuing with aald southerly Une N. 07* 39' W. 130.1 feet to point of beginning, con taining .314 acre. . IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. Parcel No. 4?Beginning at the intersection of the 8. line of Rittenhouae street and the east erly line of Broad Branch road, running theuce S. 19? 11' E. 406.05 feet; thence leaving said eaaterly line of Broad Branch road, running X. 46J 57' SO" E. 380.98 feet to a atone; thence N. 08? 24' E. 584.11 feet to a stone; thence 8. 81* 17' W. 432 3 feet to a stone; thence N. 62* 11* W. 120.11 feet to the 8. Une of Rittenhouae street; thence with said 8. line W. 445.57 feet to the p<dnt of beginning, containing 3.965 acrea. IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. Parcel No. 5? Beginning at the Intersection of the 8. line of Rlttenhouse street and the west erly Une of Broad Branch road and running thence W. along the 8. Une of Rlttenhouse street 433.63 feet; thence leaving aald 8. Une of said street 8. 27* 28' W. 30.47 net to a stone; thence 8. 16* 01* W. 247.65 feet to a atone; thence 8. 16* 82' 30" E. 713.50 feet to a atone; thence N. 46* 57' 30" E. 655.29 feet to a stone in tho westerly line of Broad Branch road; thence with aald westerly line of Broad Branch road N. 19* 11" W. 522.14. feet to point of beginning, con taining 9.485 acres. Terms of sale as to each parcel: One-third cash, the balance in two equal Installments, pay able In one and two years, with Interest at au per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $100 on each parcel re quired at the time of aale. AU conveyancing, re cording and notarial feea at the cost of the pur chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with with in fifteen days from day of ssle, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaaer, after five days' advertisement of such resale In some newapaper published in the city of Wash ington, D. C. JUSTIN MORRILL CHAMBKBLIN, T 482 Louisiana ave. n.w. LTniateM. OSCAR LUCKKTT, frrusieee. 717 14th at. n.w. j de29-d*da.eSuftJal S7THE ABOVE SALES ARB POSTPONED on account of the Inclement weather until THURSDAY, THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY, A.D. 1912, COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M.. In front of the premises. JUSTIN MORRILL CHAMBEBUN. T 482 Louisiana ave. n.w., [iwim OSCAR LUCKETT, r * 717 14th st. n.w. J Jal2-dftds,e8u ADAM A. WBBCBU8R, AUCTION EHR. Receivers' Sale of Lunchroom Business at No. 43 H Street Northeast. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Cbort of the JMatrlct of Columbia, paaaed In equity cause No. 30695, the undersigned receivers will sell by public auction, within tee above premises, on WEDNESDAY. JANUARY SEVENTEENTH. 1912. AT HALF-PAST TEN O'CLOCK A.M., Lnnohnom Business, including Tfcblea, Chairs, Cash Regis ter, UtenaUs, Crockery, etc.; also Lease of aaid premises. If no satisfactory bid ia received aa a Whole, will be sold iq detail. Terms cash. EDMUND CARRJNGTON. No. 008 D at. a.w. LEONARD A- BLOCK, Appeals bldg., 5th and E its. ?.w. Jaia-a&dbti.eSu Reeel 1 a ADAM A. WESCHLEB. AUCTIONEER. TBTT8TEE8' SALE OF~V ALU ABLE IMPROVED REAL R8TATE. PBEM1SES 1421 FLORIDA AVENUE NOBTHWE8T. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re corded In Liber No. 310(1. folio 167 et seq.. of the land record* or the District of Colombia, and at tbe request of the party second thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at public a action, in front of the premises. on THUBS DAY. THE EIGHTEENTH DAT OF JANU ARY, A.D. 1812. AT FOUB-THIBTT O'CLOCK P.M.. tbe following described land and premises, situate in tbe county of Washington, in the Dis trict of Colombia, and designated as and being part of lot numbered sixty-eight (68) in the sub division of tbe South Grounds Colombian Col lege, now known as South Oroonds Colombian University, as per plat thereof recorded in County Book District 1, page 78, and said part of gaTd lot being described by following metes and bounds, fit.: Beginning on Florida avenue at the southeast corner of said lot. thence run ning southwesterly along Florida avenue twenty live and ninety-six one-hundredth* (25 96-10)) feet, thence north seventy-seven aud eight hun dred and twenty-five thousandths (77 825-1,000) feet, thence east twenty-five feet to the east line of said lot. thence sooth along said east line seventy-two and seventy-hundredths (72 70-100) feet to the place of beginning, together with tbo Improvements consisting of premises 1421 Flor ida avenue northwest. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash and the balance In two eqaal installments, payable in one and two years, with Interest at six per centum per an num, paysble seml-snnually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all caah, at the option of tbe purchaser. A deposit of $150. will be required of the pur chaser at tbe time of sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial foes at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise tbe trostces reserve tbe right to resell tbe property, at the risk and ftit of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of ?u h resale in some newspaper published in the city of Washington. D. C. GEORGE M. EMMERICH, 511 7tb st. n.w., DOUGLASS ?. MACK ALL, Nat'l Met. Bank hldg.. Trustees. J. A. MAEDEL. 410 Otb st. n.w.. Attorney , for Party Secured. ja5-dAds.edu ADAM A. WESCHLEB. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEESrSALE OF VAL UABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, KNOWN AS PREM ISES 307 AND 309 D ST. N.W. By virtue of a deed or trust, recorded in Liber 2862. at folio 99 et sea., of the land records of the District of Colombia, the undersigned true tees will offer for sale at public auction, in front of the premiss*, on WEDNESDAY, THK SEV ENTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY. 1912. AT FOUR P.M. (4 P.M.), the following property in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, known as original lot numbered two (2) in square numbered five hundred thirty-two (582), with the Improvements thereon erected. Terms of sale: One-third (^) of tbe purchase money in cash, and the balance In one and two years, with Interest at sis per cent t?%) par afl num, payable semi-annually, and secured by first deed of trust on the property hold, or all caah. at tbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of $800 to be made at tbe time of sale. All conveyanc ing, recording, etc.. to be st the purchaser's coat. Terms to be complied with within fifteen (15) days from the day of sale. JAME8 M. CARLISLE. OSCAR LUCKETT. Trustees. JaS-dAds.egu TIT 14th st. n w. RARE CHANCE IN CORNER BUSINESS PROP ERTY AT AUCTION, OCCUPIED FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS A8 A DRUG STORE. N.W. CORKER 20th AND M STREETS N.W. We. tbe undersigned, will sell at public auc tion. in front of the premises, to tbe hlgbewt bidder, without reserve, on THURSDAY. THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY. 1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all of lot 28 and part of lot 82.- square 86, improved by two good three story brick buildings. Nee. 1200 20th street and 2007 M street n.w. 1200 20th street has a drug store, ten rooms, bath and two cellars, hot water heat. No. 2007 M street has store, five rooms and cellar. TlUe perfect. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid la cash and tbe Aalanee la two raual Installments, payable In one and two years, with Interest at six per centum per aannm. pay able seml-snnually. from day of sale, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at tbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200.00 will be required at the time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at the cost of the purchaser. If terms of sale are not compiled with In fifteen days the properties will be resold at the risk and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of each resale In ?ome newspaper of Washington, p. C. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers. JalO-dAds.eSu Smith's Auction House, 633 La. Ave. N. W. TUESDAY, JANUARY-ISIXTEENTH. 1911, AT 16 A M. ^Rejglar sale of household goods of every do Large consignment of Blankets and Rocs from New York faetsry: Brass Beds. SUvsnrare. "locks. Watches, Clothing, StstfcmoTT. etc. "CdnsifnOkefits received up to "tour of sale. ROGER B. SMITH, Auct. ? AUCTION SALES WTIM PAT?. t FOB XOVPATMKKT UK KTOHAtifc CHAR .tv etc.. *e will ?<?11 till b<*?1* and ?hattlcii ?tor<->: with at In tbe f-<II??wln(t Jolt* Htrolh- i Mary Lee. Julia 1^*'. Mary Mu?>r, \V?n Od> Wnt. Ailatna. M?ry Jours Mr*. It lj< am Anna William*. Wiu. R.' Rlds?lr J?nl **?> " L?wl?. S?f ucxt M?>uila)'? Star (v?t ?iat<- ml plirr of aale. I XION KTOBAOK AND TRANSFER <D ADAM A: WEHCHLEH. AUCTIONEER. HOUSEHOLD FUBMTl'RK. ETC.. CONTAIN KD IN ItEXIDENt K No. 151C !' STUKKt northwest. MY AIVTION OX TUIKID4I, JANI AUV MGHTEKXTtl. 1911COMMEXtMNO AT HALr-FA?T O'CLOCK A.M.. Inrlmlln* Oak B*drm?? Suit#* Iron Bed*. Hair rim! Fall Mauris*-*. MImk- . Herring TaMe, Hull Chair*, Ihmb-u**. ?'h talus. Iti'two. H?frtfiT?t'ir. linnli>, Blanket*, Croehorj. etc. Terms: Casta. ADAM A. WE* IH.ER. AtCT. 1al.%-dA*bS PAWNBROKERS SALE OK INREDEEMED PLEDGES. By order of 11m Prti<1?*ntt?! I.*>? u Society will aril at pabllf auction, on MONDAY. JAV UARY TWENTY SECOND, 1W2. AT TEN A M at 724 1Kb at., all uarwle?'ui?<l plcde*-, harlii." one year's Interest o?% more <luc. coca a* >1la motida, gold, silver. watch**, etc. Tornn ca.?b. Jal.VtM C. ?. SLOAN A CO (INC.). Aiiff. Large Sale of Household Furniture'and Carpets. Al*U> LOT Of SHOWCASES LOT OK 1< K FI RNITI RE. TYPEWRITER DESK. ?'n: iKH AND TOBACCO. AND A LOT OF MISCEL LANEOUS GOODS. Also, by Order Manufac turers, 1150 Ladies' Skirts, a Lot of Notions. ALL T>> BB SOLD TO THE HIGH RUT BID DER TUESDAY, JAXI'AHY SIXTEENTH. IV TEX A.M. PARTIES INTERESTED WIU. ri\l< IT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE TO ATTEND Tills SALE. D. NOTES. Al <T. ?lt LA. VVK imn clil " Electro-Therapeutics. Wonderful results of scientific elfotrlclty in '? ltering and curing all Nervous Dl*ea**-ii. Pain. Neuritis, Stiff Jointa. Rheumatism. Iiwiuni.i. Sciatica, Door dreulntlnti and Urle Arid roi* dltlona. DR. NM'HOI.SON 13"3 H at. Dr. Reed Specialist, 804 111Kb St. T>?7 VPADQ' SUCCESSFUL St 4 I bnlVO PRAC I ii'R IX* Dlsaases of the Xarroua Syatvin, Skin, Blood. Heart, Stomach, Liver, Kidney a. Bladder. Nose Throat and Lungs, Stricture, Varicocele ana Blood Dlsaaaea and Dlaorder, of the Urtniry ibs promptly relieved by safe methods. obt?: 10 to I and 1 to 8; Monday,. 10 te 1. DR. FISK ELGIN Expert In treatment of apecial dlseanes, cbron e and acute; both aesee. All eonaultations eoait dentlal. Medicine fnrnlahed. Prl <?* miiderate. Fourteenth at. and Pa. are. Pbon- Main 7*47 ?T< SPECIALIST OVER THIBTT YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING STOMACH AND NERVOUS DISEASES. Special aod private ailments of both sexes cared promptly. Consultation free. Hoars, it to I and 8 to 0; Sundays, 10 to 11 7X8 lltk at. n.w. j?t4* DR. BALDUS,^""" SfjptVl Ob the Nerrors System. Blood and Staamcfe. Doctor", aerrice and medicine, two dol V* Haura. 10 to 8. Pboae M. 25IS. Cloaed Sunday,. SOS-MEDICAL HEALDtO: RECOVER YOUR HEALTH The Vacuum Treatment Restores the Blood Circulation and Health. It la the GREATEST CURATIVE AOBVP KNOWN*, and the MOST WONUEHfTL DIS COVERY at the CENTURY. Its GREAT VALUE In the treatment of CHBOMC INCURABLE <ao called) DISEASES la EXEMPLIFIED and DEM ONSTRATED b? ITS many Bear MIRACIXOIS CURES of LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA. ALL FORMS of PARALT9IS. BRIGHT'S DISEASE. Inaomnla. RHEUMATISM; and the VARIOl? MALADIES THAT BAFFLS THE SKILL OF YOUR PHY SICIAN. PHYSICIANS. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE ttet THE VACUUM TREATMENT (Dry Gapping) af fords Immediate relief, and Is a NATURAL CURE for ACUTE PNEUMONIA. PLEURISY, SPINAL and CEREBRAL MENINGITIS. LUM BAGO, Infantile and other Paralysis. It la the only system of healing tfcat ia able to COPE SUCCESSFULLY with the PATHO LOGICAL CONDITIONS met with In LOCO MOTOR ATAXIA. IX PANTILE PARALYSIS. BRIUHT'S DISEASE. ASTHMA. INSOMNIA. Etc., X AM ELY. DEFICIENT BLOOO CIRCU LATION. I AM NOT AFTER THE BUSINESS THAT BK LOXGS TO YOUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN, BUT AM AFTER THOSE CASES THAT HAVU PASSED BEYOXD HIS SKILL AND MEDIUM;. My 47 years' EXPERIENCE AS A PHYSIC1AX WITH THIS and other METHODS of HEALING enables me TO TBI.I. YOL HOW and WHY thiti system cxccis all otbcin. My booklet, with Washington references, testi monials, etc., can be bad at ofltce, or will ft* mailed to any addrees free. Lady Assistsnt. Hours, 10 to S; SnqAayF, II to 1. CONSULTATION' FREE. Prof. H. N. D. Parker, io22 Ninth Street N.W. THIS AD GOOD FOR FIRST TREATMENT. The Vacuum Treatment RESTORES BLOOD CIRCULATION, RE ESTABLISHES YOUR HEALTH, RENEWS YOUR YOUTH. Particulars of noar-mlracnloua cures In Bookiel, at O?oe or Mailed Free. Lady aaalatant. Hour*. 10 to 8. CONSULTATION FREE. Suudays, 11 to 1. See my Big Ad next Monday. Prof. H. N. D. Parker, 1022 9TH ST. N.W. STEAMBOAT XEJT GATHER. Here Wednesday to Attend Meeting of Supervising Inspectors. The board of Kupcrvlslng inspector.-; of a team vessels will open its annual meeting at this city next Wednesday in the office of Gen. Oeorge Uhler, *u pervlsinK inspector general of th?i steamboat Inspection service.-in the old District building, now a part of tho Department of Commerce and Labor. The supervising inspectors In charge of the ten districts in the United Statea will be present and they will be in session for two weeks or longer to consider such changes in the rules as may be suggested for the betterment of the steamboat service and to better protect passengers from accidents. Ia addition to this they will witness tests of new appliances for the extinguish' lng of flres on shipboard and for the preservation of life in case of accl> dent. * Gen. Ubler will preside over the de liberations of the board, which will bring to this city steamboat men front all parts of the country with protest* against present regulations and pro posals for new ones. Feast of the Holy Heme Observed. The feast' of the Holy Name was ob served yesterday In Holy Name Oath olio Church with special services. At the 0 o'clock mass the choir under the direction of Mlas Anna Doyle gave an elaborate program. James Dunoan di rected the vesper servjee. ' Win Bisons Child gygiene. "Child Hygiene." is to be the tubject of HeaKh Officer Woodward before the monthly mooting of the District Congress of Mothers to bo held a# -the Raleigh Hotel tomorrow afternoon. Ht 2 o'clock.