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LEAVE "WANT ADS" AT
6TAR BRANCH OFFICES.
If not convenient to call at The
f*tar office, 11th Btreet and Penn
sylvania avenue, leave your ad?
vertisement at any of the follow
ing Branch Office*:
ABB, 1 Oil JIT A WOBO.
WiIbbbi, 15 ceata only.
NORTHWEST BRANCHES:
Bradford** Pharmacy. 9th and B. I. av*.
Bntler ft Field. Druggists, 3d and Indiana ave.
Postal Telegraph, 1424 N. Y. are.
Crlswell'a Drug Store, 7Ui and T ata.
Fred B. Campbell. Drugs. 420-'! Georgia aT*
Tho?. A. Dobyns, 19th and Colombia road.
Dupont Pharmacy, 20th and P ata.
Centner's Drug Store, 14th and U ata.
Goldenbcrg's Bureau of Information.
Herbst'a Drug Store, 25th and Pa. are,
Holtaclaw's Xcwwttnd. 1705 Pa. are.
Interior Dept., Pth and F. Postal Telegraph.
8. Kann. Sons Jfc Co.. Information Bureau.
King's Drug Store. 14th and Mass. ave.
W. H. Davis Drag Store. 9th and S.
Boland Wallace, Newsstand and Stationary Store,
028 9th st. n.w.
Union Station, Postal Telegraph.
United States Capitol, Postal Telegraph.
31-12 Connecticut ave., Postal Telegraph.
Qulgley's Drug Store, 21st and O ata.
GEORGETOWN:
O'DonneH'a Drug Store, .">2d and M ata.
Pride's Pharmacy, 28th and P sta.
Postal Telegraph, 1249 Wisconsin ave.
NORTHEAST:
Perkins* Pharmacy. 4th and Stanton pi. n.e.
P. K. Richardson 4 Co., N. Cap. and P ata,
Kenealv's Pharmacy. N. Cap. and I sts.
Taylor & Lamb. 11th and E. Cap. st*.
Mooradln's Pharmacy. 13th and H sta. n.e.
Yeatman, D. A., Pharmacy. 7th and H n.e,
SOUTHEAST:
Bradley's Drug Store. 8th and E eta. s.e.
M. S. Fealy. Druggist. 11th and Pa. ave.
SOUTH WIST:
Jlth at. wharf. Postal Telegraph Office.
Sullivan's Drug Store. 7th and D ata. a-W,
Charles S. Walter, 801 4^ at. s.w.
LOST AND FOUND.
IK)G -Small bulldog, white face and neck,
hrlndie body. Return 2511 Cllffbourne place j
n.w.. and receive reward.
^OB?March 11, gold watch fob, between 30th
and N and 15th and Pa. are., via Pa. ave.;
monogram L. G. P. Rewarded if returned to
13Q2 30th n.w. *
FOX TERRIER?White, with Mack spot on
left eye and black ears. Tag No. 996S. IJl>
eral reward for return to 1714 Mass. ave. 16*
LOCKET AND CHAIN?Gold: set with pearls;
locket containing two photographs. Reward if
returned to 121 12th s.e.. Apt. S.
PIN?Gold star shape; set with garnets. Liberal I
reward If returned to George E. Ruhl, 1916 M
st. n.w. 13*
PEARL PIN?Diamond center; Saturday after
noon in shopping district. Reward if returned
to 2107 S st. n.w.
PEN DAN T?Ant ique, light sapphire Fn "liver |
framewrtrk. lncnisted with diamonds, fringe
of baroque pearls. Reward. Return to Shore
ham Hotel.
LADY'S WATCH?Sunday. March 10; chased
I old; hunting case; old English **M" on front.
Leturn to M. D. B., 1213 11 st. n.w. Reward.
13*
LARUE GOLD CROSS AND CHAIN, with own
er's name in full on it (Alice Waplei; lost at
Bmdneaa High School or on her way home.
19 6th st. n.e. Liberal reward.
LAWYER'S BAG?With copies of papers; Satur
day. between 6 and lO p.m. Reward if re
turned to Room CO, Warder bldg., 9th and F.
14*
LOUCNE'lTE^-GoId-handled lorgnette, marked
M. D. II. Iteward if returned to 413 4th st.
a.w. 14*
11 EDAL? Engraved Balto. Mutual Aid sSociety,
inc.. i<n2. Liberal reward. A. J. Wie^man,
)?l<lg.. >-17 14th St.. Boom 403.
PI RsEp?March 8. at Willard Hotel, small black
P'.ir-e. gold bracelet inside set with Ave dia
monds; name inside of bracelet. Return to of
tr-<- of Willard. Reward. 15*
WHITE POODLE?Small, about eighteen inches j
hi?h: answers to name of Itooboo. Reward |
f.-r rft-irn to 2112 Bancroft place. 15*
WANTED?AGENTS.
AGENTS ? Brand-new proposition: greatest
money maker ever offered. Sells at sight. You
get a sample free. Write Rounds Mercantile
Co.. Dundaff St.. Forest City. Pa. ?
AGENTS wanted to sell the most liberal acci
dent and health insurance policy on the mar
ket at the most liberal terms to agents. Call
. between 3 and 6 p.m. 112 McOlli bldg. 16*
WANTED?SALESMEN.
Salesmen to represent wholesale bouse In city
selling to consumer; experience not esse
Address W. G. Meeks. General Delivery.
selling to_ consumer; experience not essential.
j, Gen
SALESMEN to represent wholesale bouse In city I
ArtdnS, w ^r?80*1? *rJ not essential. '
AOdresa W. Q. Meeks. General Delivery.
WyED?Salesman 0f good address to present
. -si}
WANTED?HELP.
MALE.
AN rNTELUUENT PERSON may eaiTTlOO
?Mnthly corresponding for newspapers; no can
vanlog. Sen? for particulars. Pre* Syndl
este. Lockport. N. Y. gfT
*iw 'k ,?al?e.t ?t?Pe; mUBt be * worker. Old
Dutch Market, 31st and M sts.
ioY, bright, active, 16 years of age, for parcel
wrapper and stock clerk; good pay and rapid I
K0?011??- to H. W. Schaub, Golden
berg's. 7th and K sta. |
wlth bicycle. P. H. Kramer, 916 F st.
b<?V^,th wheels guaranteed from $?
t,J9,iean ?]d' w,,h bl?*7cles. can earn
"""" u??? n"
?"^djBS!?E^3w,perlener^ Installment, general
and rent collector, wishes employment: also I
practical office man. Box 237. Star office. *
COURSES IN PRACTICAL DRAFTING
taught at night; Individual Instruction by pro
fe?sl?nal men: write for booklet todar CO
!^!}OOL OF
H\E first-class ladles' tailors on plain and
fancy work; longest season; good pay to right
parties: no others ne<-d apply. 1014 14th n.w.
1 V?. -n.Te IS*? wUh * "Mil mall
order business; began with S5 Send for trml I
booklet. Tells ??w. Hea?k, eSo8, Lo3J 1
x. 25?
FEEDER. Franc. E. Shelry, 519
MiVNT.R*J'ia-,e m\" ,or work on dairy farm.
H. P. Qsrter, Arlington. Va. 14?
M.\.\ from the country to drive 4-hono I
work on farm. Apply 416 8th st. n.w. 1
U?irTo '"ke ord*r* for large portrait house
good wsit^s. Apply 9 s.m. Wed.. 201S H n.w. ?
:LODCe ^ho thoroughly understands
scouring slid pressing on ladles* and gent's
clothes; steady Job; good wages. 721 H st
*'*' 12* '
? *g?
BAILSMEN, re*! estate, to sell lots on W. D
J8 Takoma Heights subdivision; choice
bargains, easy terma: high, progressive com*
missions. W p. Harlan. WonuT^ 12?
6AI.ESMEN, thoroughly experienced, to sell
typewriters. Washington city and iot-of-town
territory; good salary, commission, and all
SUr?UH*-etlP*Me" paid" Addres* Box 210,
' *PIK'"rin?- energetic and de
termined young men aboat 25 years, as out
?KJe salesmen; experience unnecessary; splen
10 and 3,
12*
"Z"
bsri.T'JS?
"?SuIiTi, foreman or supply man for con
?trnctloo ?rm. or similar euplurment desired
y experienced man. Box 236, Star office. ?
TOPOGRAPHIC drawing and lettering taught;
private instruction; also correspondence course
l-.w tenns; write or apply. 1737 Church st.'
n.w. School of Topography.
K'^NTED-CvluNd cook, with refbrence. 328 Pa.
VAiNi OTrr aft? of age. to work
K,ni{ h"'""*: must be sober. Apply
Missouri ave. n.w. ?
* 'i1- 1144110 e"tab!lshtnent; must lu
st to $.,00: lifetime opportunit)'; aood
j-alary and interest. Address Established Star
-?'T: 14*
^ 1^!"' MAN?To work In dairy lnn. h
J A.?: Cvrr?a ?"rr Lunch' 5,05
M^,L CLERKS; Washington
.i'"?
domestic.
CAPABLE COLORED Bf'TIJClt S30' butler M
prjvatgyfam'lle^ Ladies' ScS^. ^ $?tl
male axd female.
?nd domestic help to
llai lc ^,ie T; na7. <lBlly ln'iul7 for re"
b^ildlni ' T" D' Uar^r* rooat *' Warder
X1!^j,?V' j^'rni ""1 .""I womeu, start life
flc V*. ^ nol<?}- 'be most acien
uates^r^a^ grad
earn $300 to $600 monthly: ?vcnlnc
G ?.Mn w *1 ^'bool of Spinology, 140?
^2?? ^?.?l?l-RB8t8^A?FR8 and tailors.
al?Xreiv^ ** Ud,e"' **rment?;
ansoiuteiy safe method (square and measure, no
'"hart*); claw, S to 5 p.m. Patterns eut to
order. H. R SMITH. 17l4 u st n ?
SOIJCITORS wanted; ladles and gentlemen' good
strUrn*w * money to hustlers. 1122 6th
yR1TEBS aBo conmoaers. we need ?i3|
must have more otigiaal sons jiocms, complete
?lid opportunity for hustlers. Call
418 Victor Blag., 724 9th st. n.w.
? &>mgt and instrumental compositions. Seud^your
manuscripts for examination. Rosa Bros.,
Music Publishers, 717 T st. Phone North 1*36.
WASTED?HELP.
MA LB AMD FEMALE. ~
PUPILS wanted for tMtrMthn In Fwaclt Pwfc
A. Gonard. 10 Q at. a.e.; pfcone Worth BOSS
WHEN IN NKD OF OOMPKTTSNT 8TTI
Mirivteri. bookkeeper* or clerk* caU Strwre
bXms* Osltege. ?th sad * st*.
Mela U*0. -
ZITHER ? Limited number of paplls wanted.
Boi 172. Stir offlce. _
FEMALE.
A REFINED young l*dy wanted to solicit sub
scriptions for Wsshington Society. published
for the exclusive set; a oplendid opportunity.
504 Hibbs building. ?
AN Intelligent person nay earn ?*?> ?"|thly
corresponding for newspaper*;
aend for particular*. Pre** Syndicate. Lock
port. N. Y. mh30^ -
BRIGHT, neat girl, 1? year* of age, "
wrapper and mejiWger; good P^T. ^JLJJSb
and rapid promotion. 'Apply to H. w. scnsuo,
Goidenberg s. 7th sad K sts. .
BRIGHT, neat girls. 10 >ears of ?K? ?>d
an aisle clerks (experience unnecessary*. w,,n
good pay. and splendid chance tor beginners.
Apply H. W. Scbaub, with Goldcnberg, ?tb
and K ?ti. i
CANVASSERS for a meritorious, quirk-celling |
article used every day In the home; y??ins
large profit*. Apply at 1146 ljth 8t- n w'
between ft and 10 a.m. ?
CUiVER singers, dancers, chorua girls, cbarse
ter, musical srtlsts, piano players; novelties
wanted. Vsudevllle Exchange, 11H O ?*w.
Theater*, club* *nd entertainments booked.
EXPERIENCED CASHIER for retail meat mar
ket. Replv in own handwriting, stjting ag.
and experience. Salary. IS, with _ Komi op
portunity for advancement. Box ?iar
offlce.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES for mllllneTy
and neckwear. Rubensteln, 1111 F n.w. 12*
EXPERIENCED band starches at De Sales
Hand Laundry. 1780 L st. n.w.
GIRL for light manufacturing. Apply 1530
l'a. are, a.e.
HOUSEKEEPER?Reliable; careful; to care for
piano and paintings for one year 1* absence
of owner; references required; must be re
sponsible. Box 221, Star office.
MANGLE FEEDERS and catchers. Elite Laun-1
dry, 2117 14th at. n.w.
NURSE)?A competent white woman tor two
chUdren; good wages; reference J^SSiL'Kl"
ply Apt. 82, the Kalorama. 1816 Kalorama ra.
RAGTIME playing taugbt in 20 lessons. Write
tor booklet. 13M L at. nw. 10
SALESLADIES AND SOLICITORS. ei|>erlencerj.
to call on consumer and sell household staple
In demand; high-class proposition. Address
Post offlce, 196. local.
WANTED?Experienced lady bookkeeper; refa.
required. 208 10tb st. n.w.
WANTED?Music teacher; female; must be com
petent. Address Box 217, Star offlce.
WANTED?Stenographer and typewriter lmme
dlatel.v. Young A Simon, 815 14th St. n.w.
WANTED?Corset saleswoman; only those with
best references as regards character and abil
ity need apply. Address Box 228. Star offl< e.
WANTED?Saleswomen in misses' and women's
suit, coat and dress departments; only those
with best references as regards character and
ability need apply. Us" before 10 a.m.
Julius Garflnkle & Co.. 13th and !? sis.
WANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES FOR I
WAIST DEPARTMENT. APPL1 THE
BLUESTEIN CO., F ST.. COR. 13TH N.W.
1101 Q N.W.?Colored girla to learn shampooing,
hair culture and manicuring; special $?? courses,
classes In 8ewlng taught reasonably.
DOMESTIC.
A SETTLED colored woman, in family of two.
for general housework; must understand cook
ing: go home nights, and lire in easy distance
of 1510 U st. n.w. Call after 5 p.m. 13__
CHAMBERMAID-MAID (white>, $2T>; parlormaid,
|25; child's nurse. $26; nurse (leave city), $20,
also ladies' maids, waitresses. Ladles Ex
change. 807 Vermont are.
COLORED CHAMBERMAID and waitress, $18;
chambermaid-laundress, $20; private famili s.
Ladies' Exchange, 807 Vermont ave.
COLORED COOK for three. $20; cook axid hou^
worker for two in apartment. Ladles *.x
change. 807 Vermont ave.
COOK?eat colored girl, cook, wash and Iron
and general housework. 1543 8tn st. n.w.
COOK and help with general housework; must
be neat. Apply 27 8th st. s.e. ,
COOK and Iron; must be neat and competent.
4 East Klrke st? Chevy Chase. _
COOK, wash and Iron; stay nights; references;
good wages. Apply 3322 Newark "t.; tfl.
Cleveland 14.
FAMILY of two want competent woman for
general housework; white preferred: excellent
accommodations; good wages; considerate
treatment and permanent employment to right
party; references required. Apply 3703 Ingo
mar'st.. Chevy Chase Heights.
GENERAL housework and washing-coloredIglrl;
in family of three; stay nights. 2018 Woodiey
place.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER-Competent, reli
able; references; family of two. Apply .1321
17th st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER-Glrl. Apply 1904
Calvert st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK In small family;
must be good cook and laundress; rcferenc^fc
1339 Newton st. n w. 12*.
KITCHENMAID (white). $25; also cooks, gen
eral houseworkers, waitresses; private fami
lles. Ladles' Exchange, 807 Vermont ave.
NURSE?Reliable, experienced white woman as |
nurse lot two children.- Apply 1710 lftth at. n.w.
NURSE? Experienced nurse, first-class, with ref
erence. 1409 Webster st. n.w.; take 14th st.
car to Webster st.
WANTED?A colored girl for general tousework;
cook tor 0, wash for 2. Apply 1543 8th st.
B.W.
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
MALE.
BY FIRST-CLAS8 ELECTRICIAN AND MA
CHINIST, 25 years' experience; also have ex
perience as salesman. 415 H st. n.e.
JANITOR or porter; experienced man wants
place; good references. 1785 12th st. n w. 15
PLUMBER, first-class, desires position In sum
mer resort hotel or club: capable of managing
all repairs. P. O. Box 2602. 12
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter; young man;
rapid and accurate. Address Box 204, Star
offlce. ? 13
DOMESTIC.
COOK, butler or general charge?By reliable
Japanese; references. Box 93. Star offlce. 13
" FEMALE.
BY experienced governess; would go away ln
summer If desired: good reference*. Address
Box 220. Star offlce.
FASHIONABLE dressmaker and tailoress?Fam
ily sewing; work guaranteed; ref. Box Z31,
Star offlce.
MANICURING, hairdresslng. with American and
marcel wave; facial and scalp massage, w ill
call at residence. 1022 New Jersey ave. n.w.
14*
STENOGRAPHER?Experienced and competent;
knowledge of bookkeeping; salary $10 per
week. Box 186, Star offlce. 1*
WAVTED?Position by competent stenographer
and typewriter. Address Box 218, Star offlce.
13*
' DOMESTIC.
BY a first-class la undresa?Washing to take home.
823 24th at. n.w.
CAPABLE FRENCH OOOK-Best personal ref
ereucea. Other experienced cooks?white, col
ored All rapacities domestic help supplied
male, female. Ladles' Exchange, 807 Vermont
ave.
CHAMBERMAID AND
Si other' experienced' hel^male, female.
?idi?T Exchange, 807 Vermont ave. 12
COLORED GIRL?As plain rook in family; stsy
nights. Cansl road and New Oat station. *
COOKS, first-class; chambermaids, waitresses,
nurses, laundresses and general houseworkers;
reference. Oregon Agency, 1753 Swan st.
Phone N. 860.
DAY'S WORK, washing and ironing out by day
or general housework in small private family.
I?.t9 Vermont ave. n.w.. Room it; postal. ?
DAY'S WORK or laundry to do at homo. 2259
Cleveland at.
EFFICIENT FRENCH GOVERNESS (native),
visiting or resident; excellent references.
Other experienced help. Ladles' Exchange, 807
Vermont ave. ?
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER?Place bv c..ln?.w
B.l'iwTn^w'n w.10 ?*U or *?<???? 8
GOOD COOK and housemaid; good reference;
colored girl wishes a place. 1208 13th st. n.w.
12*
HOUSEWORK?By a colored girl; can give best
references. 2307 Chsmplain st.
HOUSEWORK wanted by German girl. 13o5 D
st. s.w. ?
LAUNDRESS wishes washing to do at home or
day's work out. 908 Euclid St. n.w.
LAUNDRESS ? Colored woman want* laundry
work to take home. 233 W st, n.w. ?
LAUNDRESS?First-class hand 1"'iflr?';l*L1,kt?nd
of fine work: laces, fins shirt waists ana
skirts. 1502 S n.w.
LAUNDRESS- Washing to tske home by first
class colored woman. 2121 Vth st. n.w.
LAUNDRY?First-class, to do home or out,
cleaning or day's work. 1700 8th st. n.w. 12*
NURSE or light housework in private family by
nest colored girl. 2213 8tli st. n.w.
NURSE?For one child, or wssh to take home.
2220 8th st. n.w. ?
SMALL WASHING to tske home. 710 Q st.
B.W. ?
WASHING st home wanted by a first-class laun
dress. 322^ 22nd at. 18*
DENTISTRY.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY - SPECIAL PRICKS,
beautiful work; best material. Our
*w??s>saiM wvsb, www* WWH1IS VUf TWW
miction piste, $3; gold crowns sad brldgewock.
It; all tilling*. 54 cents up. Palais** ax&sctto*
aad elsanlaa FREE. A guarantee to all ml
ARMY AND NAVY DRATAL PARLORS, IA
nr. M ui V sti. Batraaoa ? r H. M
FOB SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
OWVERTYPEWRITER BROAJD CARRIAGE.
Room 22. Horn* Life bldg.
BARGAINS IN FIVE WHITE PLYMOUTH
Rock breeders; eggs, $2 f0r 16. Second-hand
?? S"S Mandy Lee. A. E.
WOODSON, Silver Spring. Md. 14*
"^J^Sf^TEf^ALL STANDARD MACHINES,
$11.60 to $46.50: rented for $1 to $2.75 month
ly. Underwoods, Monarch*. I,. C. Smith1',
Remingtons, Olivers, Densmores, Smith Pre
miers. Foxes and Fay-Shoies. 36 Randolph pi.
n.w. Phone North 3128-M.
OAK SIDEBOARD. GOOD AS XEW; RED.
davenport and Mt. Vernon sewing machine.
Call and examine. 1366 4>4 at. s.w. 14*
LAR(MC CREX RUGS, REFRIGERATOR,
Kitchen cabinet, 2-burner stove and oven: bar
gain, $30. 636 D at. n.e. 14?
UPRIGHT PIANO?EXOELLENT TONE- I?ER
fect condition; coat $300; will sell at great
sacrifice; monthly payments accepted. 1319
Delafield placo n.w. ]$?
FOR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN, HAND
some brown Wiltoa velvet mg. almost ixnv
size 13x22 ft.; suitable for lwlge. hall oVlN
brary. Call aud inspect. BRYANT, 328 M<1.
ave. n.e.
SODA FOUNTAIN AND CARBONATORS.
cheap; terms if desired. II. B. HILTON, 310
0th st. n.w. Phone M. 1181.
PIANO BARGAINS?THE FOLLOWING AND
many other high-grade upright pianos traded
in during our Aristone player-piano club are
offered at exceptionally low prices now: Knabe
upright, $150; Chlekering upright, $100; Hard
man upright, $100; Steinway upright, $200;
Stieff upright. $225: Shoninger upright. $275;
Kimball upright, $150. Easy terms of payment.
O. J. DE MOLL & CO., cor. 12th and G sts.
EGGS FOR HATCHING; DAY OLD THICKS;
the finest in the east. FRIENDS1HP POUL
TRY FARM CO.. Anacostls. D. C. 10*
FOR SALE- FIVE-BURNER AND OVEN GAS
range; used three weeks, $12; or will exchange
for bicycle, if in good condition. Address
Box 211, Star oflbe. 13?
FOR SALE?FURNITURE NEW AND SLIGIIT
ly used: handsome sideboard, golden oak,
$22.50. cost $0."; large roll-top desk, $24.50.
regular price. $:?8; 5 piece parlor suite, $l2.50j
cost $85; brass bed, spring and mattress",
$18.50, cost $3S: 3 large mirrors, suitable for
clothing store, tailor or dressmaker; upright
piano, $125. Save money. Buy at HOP
WOOD'S. 8th and K.
WYOKOFF STRAIN DAY-OLD WHITE LEG
horn chicks for sale, $15 per 100. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. n.w.
FOR SALE?CHEAP?SODA FOUNTAIN. WITH
carbonators; terms if desired. H. B. HIL
TON, 310 6th st. n.w.
STIEFF UPRIGHT PIAXO; BARGAIN; CALL
between 8 and 0 or 3 ajid 4. 1110 Florida
ave n.e. 12*
GRAFLBX 4X5 CAMERA: <K>ST $237 IN DE<V
will sell for $150. Rox 184. Star office. 12* *
HGH-GRADE MAHOGANY UPRIGHT PIANO;
guaranteed perfect condition; accept any rea
sonable cash offer. 4S E st. n.w 12*
CHEAP?110-VOLT D. C. SEWING MACHINE
motor, electrical toys and Easter post cards.
415 H st. n.e.
OLIVER TYPEWRITER; GOOD AS NEwT
cheap; or will exchange for Undenvood. 110*J
13th st. n.w. 12*
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. FAWN AND
white, heavy laying strain; pure white eggs.
$1;50 per 12. J. T. SMITH, Clarkesburg, Md.
SEWING MACHINES.
of every make repaired and rented. Sold from
$5 up; easy payments. Supplies. Phone Main
3235. LARKIN, 3rd and II sts. n.w.
PORTABLE HOUSE <1* 5 FT. SECTIONS, WIN
dow in each section); all new; 8x8x30 ft. long;
cost over $200; suitable for camping purposes;
will sell cheap. Apply E. W. McINTYRE, 224
C n.w., side entrance, between 0 and 12 tnorn
Ings, or phone M. 5587 between same hours.
FOR SALE?
- PLAYER PIANO ROLLS.
S3V?% discount. Let ns mail you our monthly
bulletin of all the latest and popular uiusic.
CHAS. M. STIEFF. 1008-10 F st. n.w.
, J. C. CONLIFF, Mgr.
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES, $18 TO $45 CASH.
$20 to $48: $1 weekly; $30 to $65.
Liberal allowance for old machines
and terms to suit.
.013 9th st. n.w.
WHITE AND BLACK ORPINGTON EGGS FOR
hatching, 15, f2: brown Leghorn eggs. 5c each
cockerels. 1002 Irving st.. Brooklaud. D. C. 12*
HANDSOME LAUNCH, 36 FEET I/>NG. Ev
ery up-to-date equipment; must be sold at
V1}^: bargain. Apply M. L. STEP.
LING. 819 C st. s.w. Phone.Main 7804.
FRANK SPAM PI NATO, 10C55 20th ST. N.W.,"
cabinet making and upholstering, antique fur
niture repaired; new furniture our specialty;
prices reasonable; first-class work ffua ran teed.
~~T?r WILL SACRIFICE
$150 blue white diamond, in Tiffany ring; a
gem for $100. Call on A. L. HAAS, 1320 F
st. n.w.
~ VIOLINS FOR SALE.
Also made to order; repairing.
D. G. STRUBLE.
llo 5th st. n.e. Phone L. 3238.
GARDENING IN EVERY FORM?HEDGING,
shrubs, trees, lawns, grading and landscaping.
Our expert wi!l can. Phone L. 17<)5 or write
WASH. BLLB CO., Congress Heights.
Wo?S,IiIN^JON ANTIQUE FURNITURE RE
PAIR CO., expert repairing and line finishing
* specialty; reasonable prices; excellent work.
2121 Pa. ave. n.w. Phone West 51.
FOB HATCHING. WYCKOFF STRAIN.
!L?^VLhlte Leghorns, $4.50 per 100. WHITE
WATER FARMS. Glenndale. Md. ?
R?F?,H lumber for sale in the woods.
At Mooreland farm, Rockville, Md.. we are now
starting sawmills to get out oak frame work,
rough poplar siding, chestnut shingles and fire
wood for our own use. While mills are with
us we will take orders for any quantities at
low prices. HEATH BUTT, Manager.
FPITR. INCUBATORS, FOUR PORTABLE
brooders and 20-foot portable section brooding
almost new! will sacrifice. Phone M.
6587 between 9 and 12 mornings.
TWO HANDSOME UPRIGHT PIANOS,
(Slightly used, at a price much less than their j
?aine; both in handsome mahoganv cases, and
the highest quality; $20o and $&>0: original
Erice. $375 and $425. These are two rare
trgalns.
GRIMES' PIANO STORES. 1212 F st.
HOP IN TO HOPKINS',3415-17 M ST.,'GEORGE
town agency for Col. Phonograph Co.'s ma
chines, needles, records; cash-or credit. Hear
the latest no-horn machine. West 1406.
STANDARD MAKE UPRIGHT PIANO, $140;
on $5 monthly payments. New pianos. $175
up: ?!LS?onth4 Payments. New 88-note play
ers, *32.? up; $10 monthly payments. No In
ar.ge^- evenings. Sole agents
?*uer pianos. Piano tuning, $1.50.
HELBIG BROS.. Est. 30 yrs.. 1742 7tb st. n.w.
8f'^JAL REDUCTIONS 1N UPRIGHT PIANOS;
ni'i? *140: Vose. $180; Smith A
,.Rlcc*, 30 other splendid
bargains. Hauling, storage and shipping
HUGO WORCH. 1110 G.
FOR SALB-GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES?
fltte? to your windows, only 35c; the best
quality oil opaque shades, 60c; liung free. We
call with samples. KLEEBLATT'S,
Hth and H sts. n.e.
WINDOW SHADES AND AWNINGS - WB
make a specialty of first-class oil opaque shades,
hung at 50c each. A card will bring salesman.
R. C. M. BURTON A SON, 911 E st. n.w.
HALLET & DAVIS PIANO, ORIGINAL PRICJi
$375, now $225; rare bargain; terms to suit.
^|cj^CTLLEY & SON, 523 11th st. n.w.
FOB THE LADIES.
EASTER SUITS THAT ARE DIFFERENT
LADIES, when you can get a stylish linen
suit for $7.50, fashioned on the latest lines
by a master designer, is it worth while to
bother with making? Cloth skirts made with
more style than your dressmaker could put in
them. Special this week. $2. or two linen
skirts made for $2.50; remodeling suits, $1.50
to $3.50. Fit and workmanship guaranteed.
H. DIENER, Ladles' Tailor and Designer,
2120 Newport place n.w. (bet. 21st and 22nd,
N and O sts.). Phone N. 4101.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S STRAW AND
Panama hats cleaned, bleached and reblocked in
the latest styles. THE VIENNA HAT (X)..
428 11th n.w. Phone Main 6738.
LADIES. YOU CAN PAY TOO MUCH RIGHT
here in Washington for exclusive designs in
women"! and misses' tallormade suits. My
8rice Is $35 and up; perfect fit guaranteed. S.
ILVERSTEIN, Ladles' Tailor, formerly with
M. Pasternak. 1835 14th St. Phone North 5310.
H. FRIEDMAN
Of Baltimore, the popular-priced ladles' tailor,
has located a branch in this city at 910 14th
n.w. The ssme prices which made this estab
lishment famous In Baltimore will be main
tained here. Fit snd workmanship guaranteed.
Early calls solicited.
$1.00.
All makes of sewing mschlnes repaired and
warranted. Phone or postal.
OPPENHEIMER. 800 E St. n.w.
THE SARAH BERNHARDT HAIR WAVER
and curler. Used by all prominent ladles' liair
dressers. Burning impossible. Safe, easy, rapid,
perfect. LAURA CADMAN, 728 11th n.w.
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN GET AN
ALL-wool serge suit, SATIN lined, perfect
fitting, ALL COLORS, actually worth $13, 'for
f).901 A. SIGMUXD, 736-7th st. n.w., near H.
bone M. 3077.
AM MAKING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
faahionable tallormade suits for (ladies') $25
up; men's, $20 up; cloth furnished, $15 up;
perfect fit and work absolutely guaranteed, or
no pay. H. STCSSO. 1456 P st. n.w. N. 2132.
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES READY.
Big reductions if order placed now, before the
season starts; smart fit, modish style and mi
ferial. Specialties, $1.00 skirt, $5.00 dress. H.
I ARRIS, Ladles' Tailor. 908 14th n.w.
DOES YOUR HAIR NEED ATTENTION 1
Don't delay; scientific scalp treatment and
balrdreeslng; fscial masssge and manlcnriag.
MISS K. DOUGHERTY. 1116 F st. M. 5131.
TAILORS.
$11.75 WILL BUY ONE OF OUR SPECIAL 2
piece suits from this season's latest fab
rics; lit snd workmanship guaranteed.
GOLDSTEIN. Tailor. 810 E st.
CAEPET CLEANING.
CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLX
cleaned; ruga woven frost old carpets; mat*
tTtsiss. reaovated. Estimates fwnlshmd, AL
BERT KA11LERT * 00.. 353 B St. s.w. II.3080.
' , r
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED! WANTED! WANTED'.
A dealer from Richmond want* antiques.
"OLD MAHOGANY FURNITUREr - -
China vases', plates, engravings. _ prints, ana
irons, fenders, etc.; Rood prices given for rare
pieces: entire collections bought; will call in
a ratlins of 50 miles. Enpecially
("hairs, tables, four-post beds. Write <les<?>"
Ing exactly what yon have. Box 224. Mar office.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID CAST
ofT clothes, ladies1, ^ntlemen's and children ??
Drop postal or phone H. BERN&TEIN, 1314 tth
ijt. Phone North 431*0-Y. '
TOP PRICES" PAID ON SECOND-HAND ?TR
nitiire of all kinds. Also exp?" "rMLP'?T1.1fh
Call or drop poBtal, MAX \N 1TKIN. -100 11th
st. n.w.
SEVERAL METAL FIREPROOF FILE CAKES
wanted, for business office. Box 234. omcc.
TELL YOUR MIRROR TROUBLES TO JDS.
nothing too large, too small, or too iragiuj.
work guaranteed. P. 5977-M. and get eitl
mate. MAX BROTSKY A SOX. 631 F at. n.w.
GOOD PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FUR
niture; contents of honses and flats bought,
also store and office fix tures._ EDGAR BALM,
?22 E st. n.w. Ph<w M. 7532.
WIIEV ABOUT TO DISPOSE OF YOUR FIR
niture. send for MARCUS NOTES. 414 9th at
n.w. (Phone Main 5171), and you will get the
best results.
WANTED?TWO BICYCL0?; LADY'S AND
gentleman's; must be equal to new; *tate
price. Box 2m?. Star office. ^ _
FIRST-CLASS CABINET WORK. RmNI8?
ing, repairing and upholstering; antiques a per
clalty: estimates cheerfully ;M. F. BO
S1NSKI. 1216 K st. n.w. Phone Main 4306.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of second-hand furniture. Drop poBt*l
or phone Ma?n 7M4. A. MILLER'S furniture
House. 802 K n.w.
WANTED? ALL THE OLD. USELESS GOLD
and silver lying idle In your possessionr^earis,
diamonds, cameos. Jewelry, silverware bought.
C. F. KARR. Jeweler, 614 13th. above F.
TOP PRICES PAID ON SECOND-HAND FUR
niture oi all kinds. Also express and nwijfc
Call or drop postal, MAX WITKIN, -.100 14tn
st. n.w. _ -
WANTED?FURNITURE, PIANOS, CARPETS,
etc. Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have an
call. "WESCHLER'S." 920 Pa. ave. n.w.
BIG MONEY PAID FOR LADIES* AND
cents' second-hand clothing, shoes ana Wis.
Drop postal. C. LIGHTMAN. 1736 7th St. n.w.
MEMBERS WANTED.
Get ont that old spring suit and join us.
Kept like new. $1 month, 4 pressings and
minor repairs. Called for and delivered. Main
4070. WASHINGTON TAILORING AND
PRESSING CLUB. ,
FURS ALTERED, REPAIRED, ErC.; UNSDR
passed workmanship. CLARA H. CUNNING
HAM, 733 13th st. n.w.. 2nd floor.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR DIA
monds, jewelry, old gold and sliver; pawn
tickets bcusht^iOClg ABRAHAMS. 815 G st.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR LADIES' AND
gents' worn clothing. Send postal, will call. A.
KEBESKY. 1306 7th st. n.w. Phone N. o260-M.
i WANTED?TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS.
When selling, why not drop postal to an old,
reliable Ann? II. MARKS. 422 10th St.. oppo
site the Gas office, or phone Col. 961-M.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN
clothing, ladies', gents' and children s shoes
and hats; send postal or phoney will ca*]*
TARSHES. 1308 7th n.w. Phone North 4J9.
' CAPITAL REPAIR CO.
Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and put in
first-class running order. 75c. No machines sold.
Box 2253. Station G. Phone M. 1521.
LARGE ,LIBRARIES OR SMALL LOTS OP
hooks purchased for cash. THE RARE BOOK
SHOP. 813 17th st. n.w. Calls made free.
Phone Main 1291.
WANTED?ANY MAN OR WOMAN WHO AT
anv time this year expects to entertain In some
way or other where the highest grade liquors
are essential to its success, to take advantage
of our very liberal offer of a basket containing
seven bottles of the highest grade liquors: 1
bottle cocktails, $1.00; 1 bottle catawbe 50c;
1 bottle sherry, 50c; 1 bottle port. 50c; 1 bottle
whisky. $1; 1 bottle sauterne ROc; 1 bottle
rock and rye, 75c?ALL FOR ONLY $3.00, a
regular $4.75 value. This offer is made strictly
to have you acquaint yourself with the high
grade llqUbrs to be had here at moderate prices.
THE JOHN WEDDERBUHN CO.. 616-618 F st.
n.w. Phone your order now?Main &*94.
WILL CALL IN MY UNLETTERED WAGON,
city or suburbs, and pay you highest prices for
ladies', gentlemen's, children's discarded cloth
ing of all descriptions.. Address postal or phone.
I will call. W. RICE. 1332 7th n.w. N. 1755.
FURNITURE, CARPETS. R.-T. DESKS AND
merchandise of all kinds; prompt attention.
D. NOTES,
615 La. ave. M. 3006.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOK OLD
gold, silver, watches, diamonds and jewelry or
ill descriptions. SKLINGER'S. 820 F st. n-W.
RELICS OF THE OLDEN TIMES BOUGHT.
Mahoganv furniture, clocks, candelabra, china,
lewelry, silver, paintings, bead bags, snuff boxes.
E OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. 815 17th st. n.w.
PERSONAL.
QUICKLY RESPOND TO THIS WHILE WE
are compelled by jiggers to pay big njoney, all
high figures, for men's worn shoes, suits, umrts,
etc. Your face full of sniggers.
I JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D.
FOR ADOPTION -BLUE-EYED BABY GIRL. j
11 months old. Address Mrs. E. M. WHITNEY, i
General Delivery. G st. station. ^ j
COMBINGS MADE INTO PSYCHES. TRANS- j
formations. 50c up: braids. *2.00 up; mnlcor
ing shampooing, hair dressing. SANIIAK*
BEAUTY PARLORS. 1006 F St., 2d fl.
WHENEVER YOU SEE ATTRACTIVE CAR
riages at weddings and receptions yon know
they are from the PORTLAND STABLES. J.
M. PEAKE. Prop.. 643-645 N. Y. ate. Mala
1S58.
PENNINGTON * TAYLOR,
Successors to HANSEL WALL PAPER CO..
613 H st. n.e.. Paperhangers and Patntsra.
Phone Linen. 977 for estimate.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR LADIES'
?nd cents' worn garments of all kinda; aiao
ahoesf hats, ^tc. COHEN S BARGAIN STORB.
1246 7th at. b.w. Drop postal; will call
promptly.
RHEUMATISM. STOMACH TROUBLE AND
CONSTIPATION CURED BY MY SPECIAL
TREATMENT; CONSULTATION FREE.
ANNA K. SMITH. M. V. T.. 615 F st. n.w.
MATTRESS MAKING.
HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES RENOVATED
and remade. $2: all work by experts and guar
anteed first-class. CAPITOL BEDDING CO.,
1323 7tli n.w.: phone N. 520.
ESTABLISHED APRIL 1. lfiol. TEN YEARS
of strictly honest dealing in bedding has gained
for us the confidence of the public, which we
most loyally guard. Mattresses thoroughly
renovated and returned same day when ar
ranged for previously. You can see your work
done. Inspect our line of Iron beds, springs,
cribs, etc. We undersell. Postal or phone
Main 2097. I will gladly call with samples
and give prices. L. T. JONES. 633 II St. n.w.,
just around the corner fpom 7th st. ^
REFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES.
' McCIlAY REFRIGERATORS
And Cooling Rooms Have No Equal.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO..
611 F st. n.w.
OPPORTUNITY.
DAIRY X/esCR, 13Uj ST. N.W.?DAILY Re
ceipts, $80; Ion* lease: will stand close in
^EJf*i?Sn:?^rice ?? J**1*- HQUITY BU8I
__NK88 BROKERS. 122? New York htc.
WA>*TEI>-TO MEET A PARTY OF BUSINESS
ability and with means. for financing several
simple but valuable intentions. Address
Box 223. Star office. 18*
ESTABLISHED CONCERN OFFERS UNL'SUAL
opportunity to party with small capital to
handle business in Washington and Virginia
as partner; large and steady income. Box
210. Star office. 14*
INVEST *1.500. SECURE AN INC4KWE $500
per mo.; hest location for moving picture the
ater. Box 215. Star office. 14*
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY BUSINESS ON W.
& Va. electric road; liost business in town
by actual proof. Address the HERALD, Fair
fax. *?? (connty scat). 17*
*200 TO |500 TO INVEST WITH SERVICES IN
established business; real estate, patent medi
cine or like business preferred. Box 238, Star
office.
IF YOUR MONEY EARNS LESS THAN STc. I.ET
j *.?, me 00 sn>?U first-mortgages on small
dwellings which I build and sell (on installment
plan). In growing Oklahoma towns; no defalca
tions of principal or int. Have sold 15 mort
gage to one citizen of Washington- GEO. E.
I-ORD, Bartlesvllle, Okla. 21*
GROCERY. O ST.; CHEAP RENT; SALES
$200 week; stock and fixtures $90?
Grocery, F St.; stock and fixtnres $150
Rooming house, 22 rooms; always occu
pied; reduced to $500
Wholesale liquor; business st..........$4,.">00
Wholesale liquor and grocery $2,500
ft ALTO. BUS. BROKERS. 504 E.
WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONAL PROPOSITION
to onftr parlies desiring a small and con
servatlve investment. Box 104, Star office.
MAN WITH $.;00 TO TAKE DISTRICT MAN
agement of established concern. Inquire Mr.
BOWMAN. 307 Southern bldg.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STOCK AND FIX
tures, with modern 7-room house; all at sac
rifice. THORNTON, 732 loth n.w. 13*
$450?ROOM I NO HOUSE, STEAM HEATED;
excellent furniture. Others, $;?0. $400. $600.
Also modern suburban house to exchange for
stock of goods. THORNTON, 732 loth n.w.
13*
5c THEATER IN N.E. SECTION. DOING GOOD
business, for sale. Box 207. Star office. 17*
A BUSINESS MAN S CHANCE TO INVEST
$1,000 in a paying meat market, with a $2,000
trade guaranteed; expense verv small; with
all the best and tip-to-date fixtures in the
business; with the most profitable trade. Ad
dress Box 208, Star o,tlice.
FOR SALE -GROCERY IN Mt] PLEASANT;
good business; no opposition; leaving city.
Phone Col. 1120. 13?
CHEMIST WITH CAPITAL AND ESTABLISH
ed business wants lady of means as partner.
Box 187. Star office.
FOR SALE?GROCERY STORE CHEAP; NOT
able to attend to business. 721 Berry place
H.W. J2?
FOR SALE-WELL EQUIPPED AND WELL
located lunchroom; suitable for man with
family. Box 177, Star office. 12*
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET N.W.~SEC
tion of city; clean stock; good business; same
owner for the Inst ten years; wants to retire;
price reasonable. Box 10. ?Star office. 12*
13 SHARES STOCK IN AMERICAN REALTY
Co. for sale at lowest possible price; make
olTer. Box 2f.9, Star office.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN "
Retail grocery store doing a paying business;
owner's reason for selling ill health. For
further information call at 312 A st. ne. 12*
FOR SALE?THE BEST PAYING Lt'NCIl
rooin on 7th st. n.w.. 1305; reason, leaving
city; fine opening for the right man.
A PLEASED CUSTOMER MAKES A PLEASED
printer. Order 1,000 good busincs.-t cards at $2
and see KNABE, Ye Printer of Quality, 3215
11th st. Phone Col. 4224.
TAILORED SKIRTS FItOM YOUR OWN MA
terial: first-class- hand; reasonable prices. 012
F n.w., 3rd floor. 12*
I NEED CAPITAL TO DEVELOP MY Busi
ness. and will take active man with $3,000 in
as partner. For particulars address Box 22tS,
Star office. ? ?
WANTED?CAPABLE BUSINESS MAN TO
back and promote valuable and readily sal
able attachment for typewriters: low "manu
facturing cost; give experience and capital.
Box 196, Star office. 12*
$50<> AND SERVICES WILL GET HALF IN
terest in good business. Address Box 105,
Star office. 12*
WANTED?A PARTNER IN AN ESTABLISHED
auto hiring business: must furnish a..good car
or $1,000 cash; gilt-edge security. Address
Box 110, Star office.
ADVERTISER HAS 14-FOOT BED OF POT
ter's clay, suitable for manufacture of tiling,
etc., located In West Virginia, and desires
some one with capita! to help build small
plant. Gas for fuel costs only 3c a thousand,
located on It. R. Free factory site. Address
Box 5o, Star office.
ONE OF THE BEST WHOLESALE AND RE
tail coal yards in Washington; doing good cash
business; large stock of coal. 7 horses, single
and double wagons,' carts, single and double
harness, all other implements used in conduct
ing this valuable business, for $2,150; books
will show business that has been done; good
reason for selling. Box 47. Stnr office.
COME AND SEE THE FREE STEltEOPTICON
views of Washiugtoniaus farming in the heart
of the Everglades Tues., TUurs. & Sat., 8 p.m.
*09 G st. n.w.
$3,000- THE FURNITURE COMPLETE IN A
28-room house; every room occupied; rent of
house exceeding low considering location. See
at once. N. O. BOND, 734 12th n.w.. Wash.,
DOGS, PETS, ETC.
BOSTON TERRIERS. PEDIGREED, FOR
sale; eight weeks old. For particulars tele
phone North 11). j(j?
HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS.
Phone N. 1003. 2113-15 14th st. n.w.
nuinane death for the old or Injured iJoc
| cemetery. Mrs. K1DWELL. Matron.
FOR SALE?THOROUGHBRED ST. BERNARD
and collie dogs and puppies; registered; finest
ever shown in city. Inquire CLARK, 700 T st
n.w.; phone North 0QS1.
MALE AND FEMALE CANARIES, BREEDING
cages, fancy poultry and incubators, dogs, rab
bits, Guinea pigs, white rats and mice, gold
fishes, etc. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM, 712
12th st. n.w.
~~~T~ " DR. A. V. HALL,
Veterinarian, Specialist In Diseases of the
Dog and Cat.
817 Oth st. n w. Phone Main 4689.
MOVING, HAULING, ETC.
PADDED VANS. $4 AND $5 LOAfl; ?2 HORSB
wagons. $3 load. Phone Main 1915-1910.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER A STORAGE 00.
_ _ 906 NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
Packing k. Shipping. Storage. $2 ran loaf.
PHONE MAIN 4535 FOR WAGONS OR VANS
of every description; experienced men; prompt
service. Moving, packing and storage. J. 0.
CATON & SONS. 40.8 14th n.w.
EXPERT FURNITURE MOVING; LARGE COV
ered 2-horse wagons, $3 load; express and slat
wagons for hire, $4.50 and $5 a day. Phone
N. 2144. Terminal Transfer Co., 49 Q st. n.e.
t
AUTOMOBILES.
FOB IALB.
FOR SALE?SIX-CYLINDER. SEVEN-PASSEN
ger Franklin; good condition; luirgais. 1SII2
13th Bt, n.w. 14*
FOR SALE?AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OF
fered to purchase a model X (lite model) "Str
?ms-Duryea" five (5) passenger touring oar.
practlcnlly as rood as new. AT A PRICE $1,330
I.ESS THAN COST OF NEW ONE; looks like
ww; owner has taken best of cans; rvnson for
selling, owner has purchased a runabout; glass
front, wind shield. speedometer, I touch high
tension magneto, oil lamp*, side and rear; spe
cial design acetylene headlights: Prvs-to-lite
tank, coat rail, foot rest. horn, full set tools;
"CONTINENTAL DEMOUNTABLE RIMS." two
extra tires, clock, etc. YOU HAD BETTER
BUY A HIGH GRADE, CAREFULLY 1'KKD
CAR THAN ONE OK THOSE CHEAP NEW
ONES. Itione OWNER, Main 2332, or North
1951.
HUDSON 33 ROADSTER; LATEST MODEL
self starter, fully equipped; will sell at big
reduction if taken at once: in perfect, condi
tion; run less than 3<H> miles. Address L.
B. K., Star office. 14*
ONE BUIl'K, $4?K>; ONE KEY FORK. $4i??;
one Maxwell runabout. $250: one Oakland.
1710 14th st. AUTO AND EXCHANGE
SUPPLY CO.
FOR SALE?ONE PACKARD "IS" AUTOMo
bile. touring body and top, for sale cheap.
CORBY'S BAKERY, 2301 Georgia ave.
BUICK TOURING CAR IN BEST RUNNING
order: will demonstrate; $275. Address Box
183, Star office. 12*
FOR SALE?TOURING (JAR; GOOD CONDI
tion; equipped: cheap; Brush runabout, $100.
Phone Main 7159. Box 135. Star office.
YOU OUGHT TO* SEE THKSE CARS.
Flanders, 1911: Warren touring, 1912; tiptop
condition, and both to be sold at a sacrifice
price. Investigate! 1G08 14th at. n.w.
FOR SALE?OVERLAND TOURING CAR,
flrst-clasa condition. COOK ft STODDARD CO.
1313 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE?CADILLAC FIVE PASSENGER
touring car; first-class condition. COOK ft
STODDARD CO.. 1313 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE?FRANKLIN FIVE-PASSBNGER
touring car; first-class condition. COOK ft
STODDARD CO.. 1313 H st. n.w.
1911 REGAL 40-H.P. 5 OR 7 PASSENGER
touring car. completely equipped: used 5.000
miles; in excellent condition. THE COOK &
STODDARD CO.. 1313 H st. n.w.
LOOK TO THE COST OF YOUR AUTO OIL*.
Get the best and pay less. Packard. Amalle,
Polarine and Havpllne always on hand. VER
MILLION, 2107 14th St. Phono North 1724.
DON'T ANSWER THIS UNLESS YOU WANT
the best on earth In spark pluss; IIEL-FI
agency. HERRI MAN. YOUR TIRE MAN, 1337
14th st. Phone N. 4071.
LEAKY RADIATORS REPAIRED; NO GUESS
work. Battered lamps and fenders made good
and money saved. A. SCHUMACHER, 2124
14th st. Phone N. 1074.
BARGAINS.
STANLEY STEAMERS,
$150. $176. $300. $400, $600. $1,000;
fullr equipped; also gas cars.
StEAM AUTO SHOP,
N. J. ave. and E st. n.w. Phone L 2563.
FOR SALE - THE FOLLOWING ELECTRICS:
Detroit Victoria, with Edison batteries: Baker
Runabout. Baker Suburban and Waverly Run
about. All In excellent condition. Phone W.
458. THE BARTRAM GARAGE. 1204-08 New
Hampshire ave.
FOR HIRE. .
FINE AUTOS FOR HIRE, $2.50 PER HOUR
up; five and seven passenger; lowest rates in
city; strictly competent drivers. For special
rates phone Linen. 1434.
FOR HIRE?5 AND 7-1'ASSENGER AUTOS AND
taxicabs by the hour, day. week or month.
Phone Main 5116. Atlantic Hotel Auto Co.,
6th st. and Pa. ave.
YOU CAN ALWAYS GET AN AUTOMOBILE,
with careful driver, by calling
DEWEY GARAGE.
North 1470. Low nM.
WANTED.
WILL TRADE MY BUILDING PLOT AT
Chevy Chase for first-class auto. Box 235. Rfar
office. 14*
YOUNG MAN. PREPARING FOR 'HIE ARMY,
for use of car one or two afternoons or even
ings a week, will keep same in repair and
share expense bills; best of references. Ad
dress D. R., 1371 Irving st. 14*
WANTED^FORD PREFERRED; CHEAP FOR
cash; under $350. MANNING, care Boss &
Phelps. 714 14th st. ? 12*
MOTOR CYCLES.
^ SECOND-HAND MOTOR CfCLES.
A few guaranteed slightly used machines left
which can be bought at bargains.
Cash or payments.
J. S. BERRYMAN.
Main 41S6. 912 9th st. n.w.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE?4 WORK HORSES. 2 DRIVERS;
also one fast trotting horse. COLEMAN,
Pan-Electric Park, Bladensburg, Md.
FOR SALE?FOR THE WANT OF USE. 13
horses and mares, workers in all harness; no
reasonable ofTer refused. Apply rear of 472
Pa. ave. n.w. 14*
1-HORSK ICE WAGON: FIRST-CLASS CONDI
tion; $80. After 12 o'clock, 1341 Florida ave.
n.w. 14*
LEFT TO BE SOLD?DIFFERENT WAGONS,
buggies and harness: light and heavy; bar
gains; repairing solicited. WASHINGTON
TRUCK, WAGON AND HARNESS CO., 19th
and II sts. n.w. M. 4924. ?
FOR SALE?TWO LARGE MARES ONE GOOD
work horse. Apply 2122 7tli, st. n.w. 13*
BOARD YOUR HORSE AT MT. VERNON
stable. Will keep him on ground floor; best at
tention. All kinds turnouts for hire. Reason
able prices. When you need one phone North
261. A. J. SIMMS. Prop.. 123?i 12th n.w.
FOR SALE ? THREE MULES AND TWO
horses. At 2015 Benning road, D. C.; call after
5 p.m. . 15*
FINE BIG HUNTER: DRIVES NICE; REASON
ABLE. APT. 3. 1774 YOU. 14*
CARRIAGES,
WAGONS.
HARNESS.
We are offering our entire stock of carriages
and wagons at special prices, on easy terms.
PROBEY CARRIAGE CO.,
1230 Wis, ave. n.w.
FOR SALE?25 HORSES. SUITABLE FOR ANY
purpose. Apply Supt. Merchants' Transfer aud
Storage Co., 3rd and B sts. g.w.
FOR SALE-TWENTY HEAD OF SOUND. WELL
bred horses, Jnst arrived; cheap to quick pur
chasers. B. F. DUCKETT. Rear 488 Pa. are.
n.w. The best horse value In Washington.
TEAMS FOR HIRE AT REASONABLE RATES.
Board hi g and sales stables. Special rates to
drummers. CORBIN ft WYNKOOP. 811 Mis
sour! ave. n.w.; M. 6260.
20 HEAD OF FINE VA. HORSES, SUITABLE
for any purpose. Brewery and coal dealers, 1
have Just the horses you are looking for. All as
represented. NORMAN CORBIN, 1210 Ohio ave.
HORSES AND MULES ON HAND AT PRI
vate sale or auction: also complete line of ve
hicles of every description. RELIABLE HORSE
AND MULE CO.. 212 11th n.w.
DUMP-WAOON BARGAINS.
We are offering big values la new Auburn
dump wagons on easy terms.
PROBEY CARRIAGE CO.,
1230 Wis. ave. n.w.
" WALL PAPER]
PAPERHANG1NG. PAINTING & DECORATING,
in all its branches, 20)1: cheaper than any firm
in the city. CHAS. R. HYSAN, 2?M East Capi
tol st. Phone Linen. 2239 for estimate.
ARTISTIC* EXPERT WALL PAPERING AND
decorating. Spring designs; finest quality guar
anteed. North 2185 for estimates. GEO. J.
NOLTE, 54 Quincy place n.e.
QUALITY PAPERHANGING?PHONE LINCOLN
3363 aud let me show latest soring designs and
quote prices that will surprise. Satisfaction
guaranteed. O. W. HUTU, 221 C st. n.e.
EVERY FACILITY FOR HANDLING AIJi
grades of paperlianging and painting; largo se
lection; reasonable: satisfaction guaranteed.
L. TAYLOR. 121S 3rd st. s.e. First-class work.
Showroom, 421 11th st. n.w.
fXPERIIANGING AT GREATLY REDUCED
prices until April 1. Phone Linen. 129t>. W.
H. MARTIN ft BRO.. 711 N. C. ave. s.e., or
2104 Nichols ave..t Anacostla, D. C.
ROOMS PAPERED, $2.00 UP; ALL WORK
guaranteed; wall paper, 4c and 5c per piece.
LEPREUX, 807 P st. n.w. Phone North 3481.
WALL PAPERS, 2C, 3C AND 4C UP; PICTURE
rod, lc per foot up; rooms papered reasonable
price; work guaranteed. GEORGES, 508 7th
st. S.w. Phone M. 3688.
DULL-SEASON PRICES IN WALL PAPERS;
get my estimate before having your work done.
Phone Main 7304. O. C. SILENCE, 467 G
n.w.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES.
PRICES THAT MEAN MUCH TO YOU.
High school books and supplies, pennants,
arm bands. J. P. MORRISON. 1618 7tb St.,
opp. McKlnley Tech. Phone N. 4678.
STORAGE.
STORAGE. 75o PER LOAD.
CAPITAL STORAGE HOUSE,
229-31 7th s.w. Phone M. 1009.
F. J. EINSTEIN. Prop.
STORE YOLK FURNITURE, PIANOS. ETC.,
at WESCHLER'S, 920 Pa. ave. n.w. Rates
reasonable. Estimates cheerfully given. Phone
1282.
' STORAGE HAULED FREE. "
H. BAUM ft SON, 912 PA. AVE.
BATES. $1.00 PER MONTH. PHONE M. 1254.
ESTABLISHED 85 YEARS.
VIREPROOF STORAGE. ESTIMATES FOR
nished: separate locked rooms, $2 per on. up;
household goods packed and shipped.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER ft STORAGE CO.,
Phone Main 6900. 920-922 E st. n.w.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTELY
FIREPROOF STORAGE, PACKING ft MOVINO.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.,
418-20 10TH ST. N.V/. PHONE 422*.
SHOE REPAIRING.
HAVE US MAKE YOUR OLD SHOES NEW BY
whole sole and heeling; men's, $1.50; women's,
$1.26; called for and delivered, or while yon
wait. Phone Main 4828. HOME SHOE RE
PAIR CO.. 719 9th st.
\
V
FOB KENT?ROOMS.
FURNISHED.
I THE IOWA. A1*T. 64 WK1J. FURNISH HP
1 room, cloeet; electric Iljrhts: Htm.m hwrt; ele
vator; root garden; modern improvements; Imly
In office preferred. v .. W*
1431 6th N.W.-X1CKLY FURNlSirRP ROOMS;
steain heat; hot water. Traveling people ac
commodated. ?
11025 22nd ST. X.W.-^3 RtkOMS FOR L.H.K.;
1 hot-water heat: near nrn ami market'. 13*
<40 K ST. X.W. TW<7 ltOuMS AND BA'l H.
gas and heat. >14.
71U 0th ST. X.W.?LARCE. BEAUTIFUL 2nd
story front, $10; also others; all outside.
mo 2nd ST. X.W ?LARGE 2nd FIjOOR FRONT
room; very convenient; Mar station; board,
home cooking; $5.50.
11414 17 ST. N.W.?OXK LARGE. WKI,l, Fl H
nlebed. 2nd-floor, bright room; gentlemen; <2
weekly: on car line.
11014 MASS. AVK. X.W.- I*?UBLB OR SINGLE
rooms, overlooking parking; bath adjoining;
delicious home cooking. 14*
1014 11th X.W. ? XK.VT1 A" FURNISHKP ROOM,
second floor, pear t>ath; reasonable.
I603 I ST. X.E.?COZ1LY I'TltMSIIKD ROOM?
$1.25 jter week: all convenience's. By Owner. ?
[ TUB CAIRO. AFT\ 22tt "laI^GE^ BRIGHT."
furnished room; two windows; closet; bath
adjoining. Phone X. 21tM>.
700 X. J. AVK. X.W.-TWO OR THREE 2nd
floor front furnished rooms, l.h.k. * IS*
1175 MASS. AVR. N.E.. CORN BR 2nd ST. FOR
rent, two adjoining, rlean. furnished rooms. In
private faintly, suitable for two gent?; refer
ences exchanged. 1**
72S 5th ST. N.W. .1 LARGE. WEIX FURNISH
ed rooms; gentlemen or housekeeping; tn-itr pen
sion office; reasonable.
1611 MASS. AVK. N.W. LARGE FCRNISHF.P
room for two gentlemen: all improvements.
12107 K ST. X. W.?2nd - FIX K) It FRONT* ROOM,
suitable for 1 or 2; neat liath; and hall r?>m,
six dollars per month. _e 12*
1202 K N.W.-LARGE SECOND-FIAJOR ROOM;
1 nicely furnished: $10; also smaller room
1726 8th ST. X.W ? 2 LARGE, NICELY Fl'R
1 niched rooms; suitable for gentlemen or couple;
reasonable.
I 820 MASS. AVE. X.W.?LARGE, NICELY FUR
? nlshed room: necond floor front; suitable for
gentlemen or housekeeping.
II SOtTBB^M aNT~RD~BEAUTIFUL FROXT COR
ner rooms, in very attractive home; phone;
bath same floor.
IS IOWA CIRCLE?SECOXP-FLOOR BAT
window room; corner house; southern, exposure;
ideal location; private family.
I 1210 MASS. AVE. X W-. THE BRAXPOX, APT.
? 4?To 8 young man. a front room with bath;
private family. Apply between 5 and 7 p.m.HI*
1414 X ST. X.W.-TO GENTLEMAN; NICELY
furnished front room; hot-water beat; $20. 12*
1331 Q ST. X.W.?ENTIRE 2nd FLOOR; THREE
rooms; bay window; southern exposure;^ l.h.k.
70 R. I. AVE. X.W.. APT. lO PRIVATE tiOOM
in apartment; steam heat; electric light; use of
bath.
11834 K ST. X.W. COR l'Jtli ST.?BEAUTIFUL
front ro<?xn or flat; steain heat; telephone;
private family. 12*
11017 12lh ST. N.W.?A WELL FURNISHED
large room; southern exposure; steam heat;
central; phone Main 3058.
I 110 O ST. X.W. ? -SEVERAL NICELY FUR.
1 rooms; well heated and lighted; l.h.k. permlt
ted: near station and cars.
ITHE NONyUITT, 21)14 11th ST.. APT. 3?TWO
' large rooms, single or en suite; southern ex
posure; private family: $8.
2029 HILLYER PLACE?SUITES OF TWO OR
three rooms on second ami third floors; well
heated and lighted; six large windows; all
front rooms.
ALABAMA 307?LARGE. BRIGHT WELL FI R
nished roortT: gentleman only; private family.
Call l>ofore 11. after 5.
201 P ST. X.E.?LARGE. FRONT tfoOM. FAC
ing on 2nd St.: nicely furnished: steam heat.
I 307 F ST. X E.?2 LXltGK 2nd-FLOOR FROXT
1 rot>iiis, hath; private floor: near Capitol and
Library car lines: reasonable.
I 1327 IIARVARP ST. X.W.?DELIGHTFUL LO
1 cation: large front room; also south room and
hall room: 3 car lines.
I 1365 IRVING-LARGE. BEAUTIFUL, SR'OND
1 floor front, bay-window, alcove room; southern
exposure; communicating back room, with large
porch; hath same floor: single or en suite; en
tire new furnishings; $35 monthly; no house
keeping; reference. 12*
12006 3 X.W.-THREE BEAUTIFULLY FUR.
rooms, single or double, with excellent board,
$25 a month; steam heat; gentlemen only.
WITH OR wTtHOI T IIO\HD.
I 1211 IIARVARP ST. X.W.-NICELY FURXISll
1 ed rooms; gentlemen only: private family. 12*
I 523 3rd ST. X.W.-2 LARGE FRONT ROOMS;
1 flrst anil second floors; gentlemen or couple;
reasonable.
11827 H ST. X.W., OXE POOR NORTH FA:
1 ave. cars?Second-floor front and others. Ml
_288L
Fl'RMSHKD OR UNFURNISHED.
I 1526 O ST. X.W.-TWO OR THREE OONXEtTfc
I lng roe.ns; l.h.k. if desired; seven blocks
from Treasury.
1402 NEWTON -LARGE, 2nd FLOOR FRONT
room, near bath: unftir. room for studio; run
ning water: corner house.
12 IOWA CIRCLE-TWO SKOOND-FLOOR UN
furnishi-d rooms, adjoining bath: large closets;
also large third-floor room, furnished or unfur
nlshed.
I 25 U ST.N.W. TWO COMMUNICATING FUR
nisheil rooms adjoining hath; 4 unfurnished;
bath same i!<or. 12*
UNFURNISHED.
11331 Q X.W.?ENTIRE 2nd FLOOR; 3 ROOMS;
' southern exposure; bay-window front; l.h.k.;
large closets; $20.
1932 E S.W.?TWO ROOMS AXP KITCHEN
' for light housekeeping; $7 a mouth.
1100 E ST. X.W.?3 LARGE ROOMS, 2nd
1 floor; also 3 on 3rd; near govt, depts.; rea
sonable.
2000 X X. W.?SPLEX Pi P ROOMS; L.H.K.;
very good for summer and includes heat and
light; cool in summer; see them and judge
for yourself. W. II. HOCGIITOX. 14*
1927 M ST. X.W.?THREE UNFURNISHED 2nd
floor rooms; l.h.k.; southern exposure; central
location.
|1323 CORCORAN Sl\ X W.-TllRKE 2ml
floor rooms; l.h.k.; no children; reference re
quired. 14*
11008 10th ST. X.W.-TWO LARGE UNFL'R
nished rooms; private bath; gas and heat. IS*
11123 10th ST. X.W.-TWO LARGE COM MUNI
1 eating rooms.-Beeoud floor front; large closets;
heat and gas.
19 4th X.E. near EAST CAPITOL ST.?PARTLY
1 furnished, if desired; also rooms suitable for
office business; adults. 12*
I 2035 1st ST. X.W.-2 COMMUNICATING I X
furnished rooms; second floor; heat; gas; bath;
l.h.k. 13*
! 1131 6th ST. X.W.?A VERY PESIRAB1J3
flat for light housekeeping. 12*
1110 C ST. X.E.?:# ROOMS AXP BATH, SECONP
1 floor. 13*
1730 10th ST. X.W.?3 ROOMS. WITH 11EAT
and gM, for light housekeeping.
| 634 MASS. AVE. X.W.-2 LARGE I'XFLK
nished rooms; heat and gas; $16 month; one
for $10 month.
1223 P ST. X.W.-BRIGHT. WELL HEATED
room, near bath; nice location; near Iowa
Circle.
I 421 M ST. X.W.-TWO LARGE, COMMUNICAT
ing rooms, second floor: private family; de
sirable location. X. 1301-M.
1306 7th ST\ X.K.?THREE THIRP-FLOOR
rooms, l.h.k.: furnace heat; no children; ft::.
11426 g X.W.?LA RUE UNFURNISHED FRONT
' parlor room, suitable for any professional use.
1514 9th ST. X.W.?ENTIRE FLOOR OF 3
rooms; newly papered and painted; no chil
dren.
I 440 M ST. X.W.-TWO LARGE. BEAUTIFUL
rooms, with porch, on second floor; unlimited
phone. 15*
I 803 A ST. S.E.?THREE ROOMS; GAS, HEAT,
running water; owner: reasonable. Linen. 3143.
WANTED?ROOMS!
WAXTEP ? 3 ROOMS, FURNISHED; HOLSE
keeping; private bath; northwest. Give par
ticulars, price. Box 230, Star offi-e. 13*
| YOUNG DOCTOR FROM EUROPE PKSIKKS
?lea front room for office in n.w. Box 212,
Star office. t 12*
FOB RENT?OFFICES.
| FOR RENT - EXCELLENT CORNER LOCA
tlon. 001 G st. n.w.; 2nd and 3rd floors; large
rooms, 25x70; well suited for lodge; heat fur
nished. Full particulars at offiiv.
A. F. FOX CO , Founded 1S76. \
Rental Agents. 1311 H n.w.
I FOR RENT-A FEW CHOICE V.. F1CE ROOMS
in the Le Proit building, 8th and F sts., at
S6 to $20 month, including light and beat,
loot central location in Washington. Adapted
to any business. Apply at once. Phone M. 7041.
M. STELN & CO.. 8th and F sts.
| FOR REXT?
Second floor of bnlldlng near 11th and O
?ts., containing three rooms; excellent loca
tion. Rent reasonable.
CHAS. S. MUIR & CO. (Inc.).
1403 New York ave. n.w.
OALT BUILDING, 1413 H ST. N.W^
The new financial center.
Large room, ground floor, $30 per maethi
basement, $65; 2 communicating room* on aao
ond floor, $60; beat and Janitor service.
B. B. TOWXSENP A CO.. Room 5. 141? H il
IFOR REXT?PESK ROOM IN OUR BUILDING,
flrst floor; rent low. CHAS; S. ML*HI & CO.,
Inc., 14Q3 N. Y. ave.
FOR K?NT
Offlces In Owen building,
620-622 F n.w., $? up.
Janitor services, beat, electric light.
IFOR BENT-DESIRABLE OFFICE AND STOR
, age building; convenient to Capitol, Union sta.
tion. Senate office building; brick building, la
splendid condition; passenger and freight ele
vators; light on all sides of building; conven
ient to all street car lU>es; occupancy can be
given March 31, 1912; now occupied by the
census bureau; Nos. 228, 230 and 232 1st st.
n.w.; 44,000 square feet of floor space; reason
able rental for long term lease.
JOSEPH I. WELLER,
Realty Broker,
002 F st. n.w., Washington, D. QL
BOOMS ASB BOARD.
1321 COLUMBIA ROAD DELIGHTFUL ROOMS,
including l?onrd. $2.*' monthly; One b-?ro?* table.
Ph-me Col. ss.\2. ?
"OAKMONT."' 38W 14th ST. LARGE AND
small rooms; board;, porches; extensive x rounds;
forest' tre?n; tennis. Phone Col. 23-7. 14*
1U2-". Nth ST. xTw~~ FRt>VT ASK ST. K
rooms; southern e?i>osnre. excellent table; rea
?onat?le. Mil in 340CV-M.
LARGE FRONT HAT WINDOW ROOM. SUIT
able for two; same floor a* bath;
liedt; excellent 1208 M; phone X. 71W*t. ?
120t K X.YV. LARGE, SUNNY ROOM. AD
Joining bath: central: excellent table; term*
moderate; refs.; phone. 1"*
dental snri7Bvfr(j?oD habith. woru>
like roommate of the satue kind to share an
except ionnlly lsrge front mom; good board.
018 I at. n.w.
1212 EUCLID ST I'lUISR <>>!, :U4>>. TWO
young men or married couple ran be ac.x.tn
modated In reflnert Jewish home; all Imme
comforts. 14*
1224~l.itU ST. N.W.?SOUTH ROOMS; EXCKI.
lent l*oard; four hatha; abundance hot water;
lmrlor. piano and plK>ne; $25 month up.
ROOM WITII PRIVATE BATI 1TNKW H<?MVTi
private family; suitable for two irentlrmen or
marled couple; eit'luilvn residence wi-l l?>a.
Phone North 2712. 14*
142(1 Q N.W.-TWO LARGE. WEI.I, FURXISH
ed second and third fluir rooms, with home
cooking.
[29 MASS. AVE. N.W.?LARGE, NKATl.Y Ft'fi
nished rooms: excellent home table: transients
accommodated: $1 a day. with breakfast.
200 K ST. X.wi-i-VKRY DEMRABI.K BOOMS:
otory convenience; excellent home cooklnf.
1340 I. ST. N.W IMU HiVk ROOM 7 SECOND
tloor; $45, with (food homo cooking, for
two, transient* accommodated; steam heat. 12*
214 B ST. SE.-NICELY M BNTsflKO_'ROOMS*
hath on each floor; reasonable. convenient to
earn. 1"**
405? A ST. SK.-NH'ELY Fl'RNISHKIl ROOM
and Niard. In jvrlvntr famRjJ good home table.
WANTED?BOOMS AND B0ABD7
LADY OP BI.riNT.MKNT DESIltFS ROOM AND
Inianl In quiet prlvute family of adnlta; Prof.
? stunt family preferred; referenda exchanged;
l<?ation between 14th and 18th, II and M. Ad
dress Bo* 225. Star office. 14*
iBOABIl AND ROOM WANTED BY REFINED
young Indian couple; no children; wife can
work in payment of name; husbaud attending
lnw. but will devote some tltuo assisting
around liouse; also l>est reference#. Box 170.
Star office. ?
BY GENTLEMAN. LARGE ROOM IN A PRI
vate family n.w. section, where no other
_roniiters: state jh-rtns. Box 1S8. Star offlee. 12*
TABLE BOARD.
| AMERICAN !\N I'AKK. 720 17th ST. X.W..
four doors from Pa. ave. Come eat yonr good
5oc dinners, with ladles to wait and inualc.
from r? to 7. Special rates.
1ST: l" V\V. TABLE BOARD; SOUTHERX
cooking. Phone M. 7015. 13*
1141(5 R X.W., APT. 2 WILL SERVE TWO OR
three ladies with dinners; home cooking.
FOB BENT?STOBES.
|FOR RENT?'THREE I. A ROE. WKU, LIGHT
ed floors. 30x!K); elevator service; will rent as
whole or in part. 310 Pa. ave. n.w.
FOR RKXT~
Store and six rooms and hath: furnace heat;
excellent location; Just off Fast Cap. st. Rent,
*15. 011 AS. S. M1IR & Co. ihe.i.
14<New York ave u \r,4
| STUKK. I-Ti C, ST N.W . \\ l I I! . PPKR
stories and hack huildlng; <-enter of h ^piat
dlstrii-t; ^hole hulMing. $125 a month
2130 PF.NNA. AVE. X.W.; STORE.".l IioOil.1
and stable; $.10. K'-y at 21"2 Pa. ave.
AMERICAN REALTY CO.. 7ofl 11th n.w.
FOB BENT?HALLS.
THK LEWIS HALL. 1502 14TH ST. X W.-THII
best located and moat approiniate place In Watk.
for dancing mx-iaolea. receptions, concerts, muti.
cals. lectures, readings, etc. For engagvmeats
phone X. 504.
FOB BENT?STABLES!
FOR REXT?TWO ADJOtKIXO STARLKS. OR
garages, in alley lietween 2nd and 3rd. H and
I n.w.; about 40 by 60 feet: $35 for tba two.
Apply RIDOLPH * WEST CO.. 1338 Xew
York ave.
~F0B BENT?TYPEWBITEBs!
L.NIlERWOOL* TYPEWRITER NEW; RENTAL
very low. STANLEY R. DEHl'E. 230 South
ern building. *
FOB BENT?GABAGE.
| FOR RENT?BRICK BUILDING FOR GARAGE,
storage, etc.; 22x110 feet; $25 per month. 1731
G n.w. 12*
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
I WE HAVE APPLICATIONS FOR SECURED
loans greater than we can supply; these loans
command good* rates and atford excellent op
portuuity for investment; bank references. Ad
dress Box 241. Star office. ?
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE.
Lowest rates of Interest.
TIIE F. H. SMITH COMPANY.
1408 New York ave. n.w.
WE HAVE IT! TO LOAN LN ANY AMOUNT,
large or small; first or second trust; will ?
cept good builders' loans; all loans at cit
rate of interest; no unnecessary delays.
Bond bldg. Pltone M. 988.
LOANS NEGOTIATED OX INDORSED NOTES,
stocks, bonds, all kinds collateral. I bur notes.
No dHay or red tape. R. R. BENNETT, B10
Met. Bank bldg. Phone Main 6808.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE; o TO ?
per cent Interest; prompt replies and econom
ical consideration for borrowers.
MOORF. 8c HILL (Inc.l. 1420-22 H St.
FIVE PER CENT "~
Money to losu on city real estate.
C. E. RICHARDSON.
204 Hlbbs bldg.
FIRST AND SECOND TRUST LOANS.
We will loan more on your property than
any other concern. Lowest rates. All amounts.
Pavments arranged to suit you. NO DELAYS
OPEN UXTIL 6:30 P.M.
NATIONAL LOAN & INVESTMEXT CO..
Thoaipsou bldg.. 703 15ill st. n.w., 2d floor.
Opposite Treasury. Next to Drug Store.
REAL ESTATE BROKER. NOTARY PUBLIC.
Loans on approved collateral.
Rooms 50-52 Metzerott b'.dg..
1110 F st. Phone Main 517.
CHARLES A. BAKER.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Special privileges with respect
to prior payments. TYLER it RL'THERFOKD.
730 15th st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN?$250 TO $800,000 OX D. C.
real estate. Several large trust funds. 4% to
6 per cent. All transactions conducted wltli
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. n SAUXDERS * CO..
Sontheru hldg.. 807 15th at. n.w.
6BCOXl?-TRrST MONEY TO LOAN OX IM
proved city property in sum* from $200 to
$2.'*00 at 0 per cent. Straight loans or month
ly payments. Xo charge for sppralaement on
less loan is made. No unnecessary delays.
BROW N & CO.. 406 Commercial Bank Md>.
MESSENGEB SEBVICE.
THE SPECIAL MESSENGER SERV1CB.
2500?Telephone Main?2500.
Messages, packages and invitations delivered
promptly. Thoroughly reliable measengera.
BUG WEAVING.
HAVE YOUR RIGS WOVEN TO SUIT YOU.
Work guaranteed. We defy competition. TBB
OLD LAUREL ECLIPSE RUG CO., *00 III
811 10th st. a^w.; phone M M64-M.
HEALTH MOVEMENT.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; NATURAL,
non-surgical; cloth-bound. 400-page book ft en.
Apply by mail, ttltt Colorado building, Fran
lxcture for women Wednesdays at 2:80.
AWNINGS.
PHOXB MAIN KC35 FOR ESTIMATE OX YOUR
-window awnings; no marring of woodwork;
$1.75 up: work guaranteed. S. L. & E. L.
NICHOLSON, 70B H st. n.w.
ATTOBNEYS.
THE RATIONALE OF DIVORCE.
Pamphlet free on application.
J. C. DE PUTRON. Attorney at Imw.
472 Louisiana ave.. Waahlngton. P. PL
WELL DIGGnrG
C1IAS. M. DORSEY A. BBO.. CONTRAOTORfl.
Well digging, pump makers, artesian well drill
ers and tint borings. Water guaranteed.
Phone Lincoln 2554. 123ft Linden *t. n.e.
PIANO TUNING AND BEPAIBING.
PIANO TTNLNG..1.50; POUSHINO. $1.50. ALL
nlajer-plano and organ work guaranteed M
CLOCK HOSPITAL.
L. COHEN & t?., OP THE W1IOIJESALE
supply bouse, estb. 1804, has opened up a large
shop. 613-015 7th st. n.w., under the name of
the UnlU*d Clock. Repair Co., for the purposa
of repairing all kinds of clocks. Ph. M. 8008.
PB0P0SALS.
PROPOSALS?U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRI
culture, office of the Secretary. Washington. I>.
C., March 8, 1012.?Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at the office of the disbursing clerk until
2 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, 11*12, for furnishing
the Department of Agriculture one addressiug
muchine, oue sealing machine, 300,000 blank
stencils and about 000 metal traya. Proposals
will also be received until 2 p.m. Friday. April
5, 1912, fuc furnishing the Department of Agri
culture one turbo-generator set. Full informa
tion regarding the above will be furnished on
application to the disbursing clerk. JAMES
WILSON. Secretary. mhll-2t
r. 8. ENGINEER OFFICE. 020 17TH NT.
n.w.. Wssblngton. D. C., March 0. 1912.-Sealed
proposals for furnishing and placing riprap on
the sea wall and for furnlaklng and delivering
building stone, Anacostla river, D. C-, will bo
received here until 12 m. March 22, 1012, sad
then pnhllcly opened. Information on ?n?n.?.
tion. W. C. LANGF1TT, Lieut. CoL, Kngrl
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