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BRANCH
OFFICES
Tff not convenient to call at The
Sta~ office, 11th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, leave your advertisement
at any of the following
Branch Offices:
Only One Cent a Word
with a
Mlalaua Charge of IS Crati
for the following:
lost and Found.
Help and Situations Wanted.
Kent ltoouia.
Room* and Board.
Summer or Country Board, etc.,
and
One Cent a Word
for three or more times,
With a .Minimum Charge of
<5 Ceala for Three Times on
Sale and Wanted Mlwelianeous.
Business Opportunities.
Automobiles for Sale and Wanted.
Morses and Vehicles,
Dogs. pets, etc.,
and Boats and Accessories.
All Other Classified Advertising
4 (,lnen or More, 10 Cent* n Line
Kaeh Time for Three Time*.
Rale* l.ean for n l.onger Time.
northwest braachesi
Board A. McGotre. 9fh and I' sts.
Butler A tVM Druggists. i'.rd and Indiana are.
Postal Telegraph. 1424 N V. are.
Ctrlswell's I>ri:g Store. 7th and T sts.
Fred B. Campbell. Drugs. 42l>3 Oeorgta are.
Thos. A. Dohyns. 19th and Columhla road.
Dnpont Pharmacy. 3>th and P sts.
Jenfner Drug Store. 14th and U sta.
Ooldenberg's Bureau of Information.
Rerbst's Drug Store. 25th and Pa. are.
Roltretaw's Newsstand. 17(f> Pa. are.
InteCor Dent. ?fh and I" Postal Telegraph.
8 Kunn, Sons A Co.. Information Bureau.
Klng's Pmtr Store 14tli and Mass. ??*
Roland Wallace. Newsstand and Stationery Store,
i*28 f?th at. n.w.
Tewkshnry's Dnir Store. 3MO 14th n.w.
Union Station Festal Telegraph.
United States Capitol. roatal Telegraph.
1132 Connecticut a?e.. Postal Telegraph.
Qulgiey's Drug Store. 21<t and <1 sts.
GEOHfiETOWN:
O'Donnell's Drug Store, 32nd and M ats.
Pride's Pharmacy. 2Stli and P sts.
Postal Telejr;:|di. 1249 Wisconsin are.
SORTHEAST:
Lebr's Pharmaev. 4t'i and Stanton pi. B-e.
F. K. Richardson A Co.. N. t'ap and P ?t?Kennealv's
Pharmaev. N. fan. and I sts.
Taylor A: Iamb. 11th and E. Cap. ats.
Taylor A Lamb. 2nd and Marvland are. n.e.
Taylor A Lamb. N Cap. and Rtiode Island are.
Moorndtn's Pharmaev. 13th and H sts. n.e.
Teatman. P. A . Pharmaev. 7th and H n.e.
Lincoln Tark Pharmacy. 13th and East Cap. sts.
SOrTHEASTi
Thompson Drug t'o.. Stli and E sts. s.e.
Bradley's Prnjr Store. JSth and Pa. are. i.e.
M. S. Fealy. Pr.i?(ist. 11th and Pa. ave.
SOI TH WESTt
11th st. wharf. Postal Telegraph offline.
Sullivan's Drug Store. 7th and D sts. s.w.
Charles S. Walter. Sul 4y, st. s.w.
LOST AND POUND.
UDIi> I/h'KET. oval shape. with inscription.
"From Mother. Sept. 30. '!<?." Liberal reward
if returned to 3413 13th st. n.e., Brookland.
P. C.
WOlJt L<H'KET?11. L. S. on hack and small
diamond iu front. Reward If returned to 940
F st. n w. 30*
UK'KPT-On Oct. 26, gold locket, with diamond
in center, marked M. L. M.. bet. H and
1 sts. on 4th st. n.e. or on II st. car; reward.
820 4th at. n.e. 28*
LOST OR STOLEN?Park brown hound dog
one xcar old. Reward If returned Friendship
Heights
l.OKT?White male fox terrier, brown spot cm
haek: tag 1398. 1200 O. evenings: reward.
Pl'RSE?At Carlisle game, Indian beaded purse,
with eontents. lie ward for return Mrs. Baldwin.
518 II st. n.w.. Apt. 6.
Pl'RSE ? Silver purse. Saturday evening. In
< ieorgetorrh car. Capita] Traction liDe. Libera]
reward If returned to 2007 U St. n.w.
TERRIER Ran away October 25, about 10
o'clock. blaefc Aberdeen terrier; mottled gray;
g-.-eep collar; .tag number 8270. Liberal reward
if rot net sol to 1325 K st. n.w.
W \'P"H -AYaltham open-face gold watch, with
Uniu attached, portrait on crystal, "in Zoo
Park. Liberal reward if returned to 163 V
sr. n.e.
WATCH?Tiffany gold watch, on 16th between
1. ai d P or 17th st. between P and Maas. ave.
Reward, C. Hale. 1535 L n.w. ?
WANTED?AGENTS,
AUENTg?We pay well and give valnahle premiums
free for a few hours' work; samples and
catalogue free. The Miller Novelty Co., 35.
Summit ave.. Philllpsburg. N. J.
A'lENTS?Wg money to be made; sample free;
new leader; attractive fall proposition. Write
for sample. Dept. Z. Schenk A Kaurene Co..
311 N. ?rh st.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Bast Calls Church. Vs.
MAIL OARKIEltri. post- office clerks wanted;
Washington . examinations iJuriuK November;
free coaching. Krankllu Institute. Dept. 4.1-T.
Rochester. N. T. uoG*
Mf'VKY to be made after nfllce lionra working
for company ??cr sixty years old; only jrorernment
employes twbltet need apply. 501 Westory
btii Minar
MOVIMi. ri?"TLRK Ol'KKATOB Trarel talker
of rvluitalina. wauls reliable operator to go
xmili .for winter; state experience and salary
expected. .Vd'tTes* Box Iff. Star office.
I I U K IHtV xvilh liieyele; bring reference.
Appl.t Kaet-rday A Co., '.> )* Bond bid;;.
WANTED?SALESMEN.
THRKE YOrSO MKN for good proposition:
good pay to worker*: payed off every day;
quick promotion. Call 8 to 1? a.m. Mon.,
"rues. and Wed. 405 Barrister bldg. M. K.
Snlter. " 28*
WANTED?HELP.
MALE. '
A BRIGHT. active office boy. not afraid of work:
long hours. Call E. G. Schafer & Co.. 218
lHth st. n.w. 29*
AGENTS? By company writing life, accident
and health Insurance: fully equipped office;
maximum commissions to right men. Apply
C. SI. Wright. Sid 14tJ? St. n.w.
AN ntelllgent person may earn $10? monthly
corre.sponding for newspapers; no canvassing;
end for particulars. Press Syndicate, 8bU,
Lo kport. X Y. 28*
\>SIST.\NT EXAMINERS r.eedeil in the U. 8.
patent office; entrance salary, $1,500. Thorough
ourse of instruction assisting in the preparat
i'Jt for this examination is now in progress nt
the Columbia School of Drafting. Classes two
evenings a week. Course also qualifies for
registration as patent attorney. Other courses,
s rnctural engineering, machine design, archt'eetural
drafting, mechanical and patent office
drafting, topographic' drafting and lettering,
etc. Write, plume or call. (Catalogue on request.)
COM MBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING,
Mcl.achlen hldg.. loth and G sts. n.w.. city.
B<?V?Neat, willing white hoy. Id to 18, to work
around st ore: salary. 84; chance for advancement.
427 7th st. n.w.
BOT?White boy, over Id years old. to work
around store. Addrej?s jn own handwriting
1918 Pa. are. oq. 6
BOY-Bright boy for office work; one with
knowledge of shorthand preferred. Address B -x
341. Star o8i?-e.
BOY with some knowledge of typesetting.' 725
13th st. n.w.
BOY to learn the manufacturing Jewelry business;
must have best of references. Appiv
40.Y 11th st. n w
BOYS- 25 boya with wheel* guaranteed from $S
ft $12 week; steady work. Dime Messenger
Serrlc*, 717 12th at n.w.
C'DliRK?Young roan altout 17 year.- old in
music Mm. Address Box 72, Star office.
'OIJJ6CTOR for Installment bouse; must ride
bfeyeie. Box do, star office.
DLUjCTtlR-Younj man with bicycle, at?out 16
to IS years ,jt age; must he bright. intelligent
and of neat appearance: none but hustler need
apply. Call Tuesday, t*:3o a.m., Uo?m 512,
Star office.
OOIsORKD BOY", about 16. to assi-t around the
house 11152 M?th at. n.w. 28*
OOLDRfcD B<>YS, tvTtlT bicycles, to deliver pack
a gen; must 1..- over 1?>: g^*l salaries Apply at
once. M. Philips bom A- Co.. 610 11th n.w.
?'ooK at 14 Ut 1st at. n.e. Florentine Cafe.
COOK AMI I'IK BAKER first class. 2 >7 8.
Fairfax St.. Alexandria, Va. 'M*
, iTSTOM CCTTER: good pay and steady employment.
Isaac Hamburger & Sons, Baltimore.
Md.
FARMER wanted, married man. wirb atuall
faintly: must thoroughly understand his business;
must be sober and reliable. Address. glTing
references, etc.. Box .>tS?. Star office. 2s*
FLOOR SCRAPERS. JC> per day. Call f, p.m.
KM New York ave.. Washington, It. C.
FLOOR\Y ALKER. experienced.
Apply to Supt., 1st floor, Palais
Royal, G and nth sts.
LADIES' TAILOR. first-class; good salary. lBK)
H?li n.w.
LADIES' TAILOR, tirst-clas*. Apply at once
If. Pasternak. 140." L s?. n.w.
MAN?Wi'l give good home to old man for light
work and attend cow. Address A. M ln.??
aikI reference. Apply Aflwrk s Drug Store,
15th anil F n.w.
1'OrMl MAN for office work; one familiar with
railroad business. such an hills of lading, etc.;
references. Merchants' Transfer and Storage.
W E at. n.w.
FOI NO Man to do clerical work; mnst he neat,
quick Ht flgnrea and come well recommended.
Apply at once. The Washington News Co.. 313
6th at. n.w. 29?
5 WHITE BOYS.
Inside work, comfortable shop, good pay,
reasonable hours.
Call at Topham's Trunk Factory,
corner Q at. and Ecklngton pi. n.e.,
opposite B. & O. R. K. freight.
Md. cars pass the door.
MALI. A Nil KR6AI.B. ACTIVE
MAN OK WOMAN t<> earn coarse In
SP1NOLOOV. a lucrative profession similar to
osteopathy and chiropractic, at pleasant neighborhood
wora. Call 807 District National Bank
building.
CUTTING SCHOOL,
MERCHANT TAILOR SYSTEM.
(So charts!. Special terms for the season.
ii. a. r?mirn. iih i sr. n.w. rnone A. ;?? .
STENOGRAPHERS improve thetr shorthand and
increase their speed by attending our dictation
lasses, conducted each evening by experienced
reporters. Success Shorthand School, 3rd floor.
Appeals building, 420 5th st. n.w.; phone M.
6578.
FRNALR,
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn $100
monthly corresponding for newspapers; no
canvassing. Send for particulars. Press Syndlcate.
8T?0. Lo-kport. N. Y. M*
APPRENTICE GIRL-Alno helper and flnishet
for dressmaker. 1714 15th n.w.
APPRENTICES to learn French dresscutting,
dressmaking, designing and rotlllnery; good positions
furnished after leurrring. New York
Millinery Academy. 1115 G at. 28*
CANVASSERS for first-class toilet articles. Apply
608 5th st. n.w.
CASHIER?Honrs from 6:15 p.m. to lo p.m.
Odeon Theater, 1408 Church st. n.w.
COMBINGS to mqke up in the latest style. 9.15
R st. n.w. Phone X. 1291-M.
EXPERIENCED SKIRT FITTER aid skirt
drapers; good pay. Baker. 1206 18th st. 30*
FIRST-CLASS sleeve hand and waist finishers.
1127 17th st. ao?
FITTER. <-otnpetent?Thoroughly experienced fitter
on suits and dresses; good salary; steady
position. The Louvre. 1115 F at. n.w.
GIRL?A bright, neat, "honest girl to clerk in
candy store; reference required. 12th and G
n.w.
GIRLS to wrap bundles; must be
' 16 years or older. Apply to
cashier's office, 4th floor, Palais
Royal, G and nth sts,
LADIES to learn to color photographs, postal
ranis, postern, lantern slides, portraits and
landscapes at home or at studio. Any person,
ymng or old, can learn and make money from
the start. Box 100. Star offlee.
LADY CANVASSERS?Good commission; pleasant
work. Frost & Crebs. 1109 14th st. n.w.
29*
SALESWOMEN ?
Experienced in the following stocks: .
Stationery. Bric-a-Brac.
Engraving. Pictures.
Art Embroidery. Toys.
Perfumery. China.
Jewelry. Gloves.
Apply before lo a.m..
Employment Office.
Woodward ft Lotbrop.
SALESLADIES <20i wanted at once for Satur.
days; steady work. 3127 M st. n.w. 29"
SINGLE LADY, 25 to 28 years old. to work in
drug store: must be able to manage and keep
store in good shape. Address Box 8, Star
office.
SKIRT HANDS?Good pay to right party. H?
Pasternak. 14"5 L st. n.w.
SKIRT AND COAT HELPER wanted at once.
1410 Irving at.
SETTLED WHITE WOMAN to care for old
lady: good home; stay nights. Address Box
67, Star office. 29*
WAlTKKSS?I.ady waitress at once iwhitei. Apply
7*i6 11 st. n.e.
WANTED?Thoroughly experienced coat and
skirt panda. Apply Julius Uarflnkla ft Co.,
13th and F sts.
WOMAN' wanted to do outside work; good pay
to right party; references required. Address
W. B. B., Star office. *
WOMAN IMMEDIATELY?A woman who has
used Viavi successfully to fill a splendid business
position. Apply by mail to Eastern Viavi
Co., 912-918 Colorado bldg.
DOMESTIC.
CAPABLE NURSE iwliltei. $30; nurse. $25;
nurserymaid. $20. Other places. Indies' Exchange,
807 Vermont ave. 28*
CHAMBERMAID iwliitet. $25; lady's maid. '$25housemaid.
$20. Other places. Ladies' Excbange,
8>~ Veratotit ave. 28*
COLORED COOK. $10; leave city: private funiily.
Also many cooks, chambermaids, waitresses.
nurses, general Ismseworkers for families
in city. Ladies' Exchange, 807 Verniont
ave. 28*
CODlKKl) CtK AND HOUSEWORKER, $20:
family tliree; no laundry. Otlier places. Ladies'
Exchange, Vermont a v?\ 2H*
COI?RKD WOMAN, re Iiatde, to cook ami do
general housework. 602 11 n.w.
COM 1'KTKNT WOMAN (wWed], cook aiul laundress
small family. Apply after 6 p.m., 1323
not It - n.w.
COOK?Woman a? cook nn?l huuneworlfr; city
reference* required: good pay for clean, eoni|*'tent
woman. Apply 134 B st. n.e.
COOK, and laundress lu family of three. 1207
M at. n.w.
COOK?White woman; stay at night. Address
SO H. I. *ve. n.w. 29*
FOB family of 2. in Chevy CUase, a good while
cook; no housework; must have references. Apply
at Apt. oB, the Toronto. 20th and P ats.
n.w.. or at 7 Melrose at.. OheT.r fit* so
liKNhltAh llol'SEWtiRKKU: sompetent. reliahle;
references; small family; go home nights.
1615 llXh st. n.w.
OKVKRAh HOCSKWOKKEJt?Good laundress. 54
S st. n.w.
(iKNKHAI. HOI SKWORKKR Girl for general
housework. Apt. 506, the Sherman. 31*
GIK1. to help in kitchen and wash dishes. 1510
R. I. avc. -
fllUT f/kP 0Atl?rul hAll>U>n AeL oi*?? ? . ?S
?v? ? - V?T" ?, V llj inriruUC, 91QJ
night.*. Apply 1H34 C?>tin. ave.
GIKL. FOB COOK ami laundry work: another
fur housemaid; prefer to stay nights: amall
family; gaud home ami reasonable Wages; references
required. Call at 100-S Hilt more at.
it. w. 20*
NIAT, llrst-class woman to ilo general house work:
wages. $30: go home nights; reference.
Box 23. Star office.
WAITRESS and iwntry girl, experienced; refereneea
eniulfr'l 1519 It I. aye.
WAITRESS. also first-oluwt cook twhlte'i; permanent
i?*luin; good wajjca. Apply tjallaudet
College. 7th and KU. axe. n.e. _____
. P APERHANGING.
THIS AO GOOD FOR 5oO ON ANY JOB FOB
this month only. Paperhangltig and painting.
PKKSIMiTON & TAYLOR; 513 U at. a.e.
Thane 1.1 ue. 077.
WANTED?HELP.
MALE.
PRKSSKK wanted i.ntorcd). 405 4W St. S.W.
REGISTERED DRUG CLERK; all answers considered;
confidential. Address Bo* 182, Stai
office. *'
SOLICITORS.
Btiffal Tlfe insurance solicitor* to work 01
an exoffdlnjly profitable side issue in connec
tlon with their regular work.
ALFRED IJIGBIF. A CO..
812 14th at. n.rr.
SOLICITOR? Ex|M-rienced nor I dent and Ilea it I:
insurance; litx-ra! commissions and prospects
fhrnNhed. Address, stating references, Boi
82. Star office.
S'ECTFICATION WRITER of ability; $30 per
week, with excellent opportunity for advancement.
Address Box 162. Star office.
TEX COLORED BOYS wanted to deliver circu
Inns for week. 1S47 14th st. n w.. cor. T.
TINNER- Wanted. good tinner and store hand
Binnl* Bros.. 420 7th st a.w.
TIN-NEKS we want and must have; come ready
for work. Grafton A ISon, Washington Loan
and Trust bid*.
USE your spare- time to build up a malt order
business of your own; we help yon start ror
a share In profits; 27 opportunities; particulars
free. Mutual Opportunities Exchange.
Buffalo. N. Y. ; oc31*
WAITER?White waiter at once. Apply 700
II at. n.e.
WAITER AND I "OUTER In saloon. 1001 C et.
s.e.
WANTED?Bright young girl as saleslady for
millinery. Ztmincrmann. 1111 II st.
WANTED?Thoroughly experienced tailora on
women's coats. Apply Jullua Oarflnkle A Co.,
13th and F sts.
" WE Mr ST HAVE "
TIIREE MEN AT ONCE TO LEARN
THE AT TO BTSDiBSS.
It's your opportunity If you call today.
TIIE NATIONAL A1TO OOIJ,EOB.
J?fh and O sts. n.w. Open till 9 p.m.
WE NEED IMMEPIATELY" more men to prepare
for posit Ions In the automobile business; good
pay to reliable men. Call for information.
715 and 717 13th n.w.. in rear.
| WHITE BOYS, over 111 years old, not afraid
of rough, dirty work. Apply J91H Pa. ave. 2S?*
Y'OUNG WniTE MAN familiar with hardware
business. Address in owu handwriting 101S
Pa. are. 20*
YOUNG MAN for fitting pictures; one with
some experience preferred. Alner & Co., 716
f?tb at. n.w.
YOUNG MAN with wheel In law office; aalary,
>6. Addresg Box 362. Star office. 2S*
Y'OUNG MAN a*, clerk for produce business; experienced
preferred. Apply 7 a.m., C. W.
Smith. 202 ?'enter Market.
YOUNG MAN to draw soda water: experience
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
| MALE.
BARTENDER?Position by young single man,
Irish: best of ref. Box 42. Star oBlce. 28*
r BOOKKEEPER?Experienced accountant and auditor
desires engagement, commercial or hotel
accounting; A1 reference. Box 133, Star officc.
29*
BOOKKEEPER?Long experience in charge of
large corporation's books: moderate salary: can
start at once. Box 130. Star ofllce. 28*
BV a good colored boy. reliable, to work around
house and run erranda. any part of city. 1508
1 loth st. n.w.
CHATT'FEl'R?Factory and garage experience:
best references; willing to stand any test, theoretical
or practical; salary, $126. Address
Box 52, Star ofllce. 29*
CHAUFFEUR?First-class; five years* experience;
diploma and recommendations. 2414 U
st. n.w. 28*
CHEF. American; Inn* experience In high-class
hotels; silt 11 at ion small hotel or with family;
city or country; excellent reference. Thos.
Taliaferro. 414 I1th B.C. -3*
' DRUG CLERK?With experience; can furnish
l>est reference. Address Box fi, Star ofBce. 28*
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and lumberman
wants a position; best references. Add re* Box
'146. Star otBce. 28*
GARDENER?German, married, wants chance of
jcentleman's place; first-class trimmer, all kinds
of shrubbery: wife excellent laundress; best
reference. 1634 5th st. n.w. 28*
MECHANICAL ENGINEER wishes position with
construction company or patent attorney. Box
1. Star office. 28*
YOUNG MAN as window dresser and stockman.
Address Box 66. Star office. *
DOMESTIC.
EXPERIENCED BUTLERS. second men. housemen.
chefs, chauffeurs, supplied; personal references.
Ladies' Exchange. 8W7 Vermont are.
2*?
MALE AMD FEMALE
(TOOK AND HOUSEMAN?Position wanted by
inan and wife; stay nights; first-class reference.
44." M st. n.w. 29*
FEMALE.
I ULERK -Young lady with three years' experience
in clerical work desires a position. Adilress
Box 47. Star office. 28*
I DISHWASHER in restaurant. Address Box 63,
Star office.
FOR THE LADIES?Infants' and rhlldron'i
clothing made to onler; terms reasonable.
122 .'ird st. n.e. 28*
GOOD DRESSMAKER wishes position In alteration
room or dressmaking establishment. Address
S., 311 C st. n.w., city. *
SEAMSTRESS?Plain sewing by the day in private
families. Call or address 1221 T st. n.w.
29*
TYPEWRITER, cashier, bookkeeper, by experienced
young lady; best references. Box
30. Star office. 20*
DOMESTIC.
A LADY wishes a place for a good chambermaid
and waitress. Call North 3210.
BY colored woman, laundry borne or out by day
or week. 1635 P st. 29*
BY colored woman, first-class cook, place. 1743
S st. 29*
CAPABLE WHITE NURSE, five years last family ;
otlier nurses; all capacities domestic help supplied.
Ladles' Exchange, 807 Vermont ave.
28*
CHAMBERMAID or general housework by reliable
colored woman. 2219 G st. n.w.
CHAMBERMAID?By respectable colored girl.
_ 1901 9th n.w. 29*
GHAJdRKRMAID?By a neat colored girl, place
as chambermaid. Apply to 1612 15th st. n.w.
29*
COMPETENT COOK. 25 years one family;
other experienced cooks, kltcbenmaids. cooks
and houseworkers. laundresses, waitresses,
chambermaids, ladles' maids, seamstresses,
nurses, governesses, butlers, etc. Ladles' Exchange,
807 Vermont ave. 28*
COOK or housemaid; capable, experienced, no
objection going north. Please Call 20 E st.
s.e.
COOK, competent, first-class laundress, wants
service place. 1712 Vt. ave. n.w.
COOK, competent, first-class; also chambermaid;
l _ home nights. 2119 M st. n.w.
COOK and general housework, without laundry;
stay nights: or cooking only: first-class references;
small family. 1127 23rd n.w.
COOK Hfirst-class) wants position in apt.; no
postals. Call 2417 F st. n.w. Befs.
COOK antl housework by colored girl; best references.
428 Eye n.w.
COOK?By reliable colored woman, In small
family. 1242 20th n.w. *
COOK, general houseworker or chambermaid;
exiierienced girl; no laundry: good wages.
Apply Janitor. 1495 Newton st. n.w. 28*
COOK?A middle-aged woman vto cook and wash
for small family. Apply 60 R st. n.w. 28*
EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS, four seasons one
family; other laundresses; day workers.
Ladles' Exchange. 807 Vermont ave. 28*
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER in amall family.
1700 11th st. n.w.
G EN ERA I~li OUSEWORK~Tn~apt., by colored
girl; also a place for woman to get dinner and
clean apt. after 2 o'clock; ref. 2216 Cbamplain
st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, by colored girl. 32
T st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, by colored woman.
1715 Vt. ave. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK in small family; go
home at nigbt. 1514 3rd st. n.w.
GENERAL HOTSEWORKER^Bv colored wonT
an; aiso launurcss. worn at aome; good reference.
71 P at. n.w. 28*
LACE CURTAINS to launder; experienced colored
woman. 43 L at. n.w.
LAUNDRESS, first-class, work by day or week.
427 20tli at. n.w.
LACXDRGSS, experienced, flrst-class family
wash; large yard; personal ret. 1743 S at. n.w.
LAUNDRY or day's work, by reliable colored
woman; ref. 2532 1.1th at. n.w.
LAUNDRY WORK or good cook; place evening
or morning. 2010 Davidson at. n.w.
LAUNDRESS, or any kind of work at home or
out. 8U7 9th at. n.e.
LAUNDRESS wishes flrst-class work to do at
home. 1222 Klrby at. n.w.
LAUNDRESS?'To do work at home by respectable
colored woman. 1901 9th n.w. 29*
LAUNDRY to take home or go out. Call 1.120
L at. n.w. 28*
LAUNDRESS?Colored woman wants laundry
work at lioine or out. 1224 R at. n-w. 28*
LAUNDRESS? Flrst-claaa, reliable colored woman
wants work by the day; references furnished.
Apply or send card, 1103 N at. n.w.
LAUNDRESS ? Washings wanted; flrat-claas
work; clothes dried In open ulr. Pbone Columbla
4403. nol* NURSE,
trained for Infanta, desires charge of
infaDt 6 months or under. Phone Main 3500. *
WASHING to take home or out, by the day, by
good laundress. 2023 M at. n.w.
WAITRESS OR NURSE, by a respectable colored
girl. 2128 Newport pi. n.w.
PERSONAL.
WHICH WOT THE WRONG WAY: THE
stylish young fellow who sold to a faker and
Rot "nix." or the wise hoy who gets our offer,
which Is the very utmost for any amount
men's worn pants, overcoats, suits, etc.?
Jl'STH'S OLD STAND. H10 D.
JOH.V H. HINRK.'HS.
PAINTING CONTRACTOR.
1210 New York avenue.
Telephone M. 4045.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR LADIES'
and gents' garments, furs, shoes, old gold and
stiver, etc. COHEN'S BARGAIN STORE.
1246 7tb st. n.w. Drop postal, will call.
LADIES* AND GENTS' SLITS CLEANED,
pressed and repaired; up-to-date methods; kid
gloves and hats tnv specialty. Mrs. A. TH0MPSoN.
2125 Pa. ave. Phone W. 1151-V.
PHYSICIAN'S WIDOW WILL BOARD OR
adopt infant, either sex; physicians' references.
Second floor, 701 II st. n.w. 31*
SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH M ASSAGE PARLOR, FOR
face and scalp; medicated vapor steamer used;
trial treatment. 50' . LOUISE STONE, 808 Kenoia
hldg.. 11th and G. Phone Main 5910-M.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK:
Ladies' one-piece unlined wool or silk
dresses cleaned. $2.25.
SP1NDLKRS. 007 12th n.w. Phone Main 2704.
BRADFORD DETECTIVE SERVICE.
Colorado building. 14th and G. Phone Main
2525. Founded 1885. Licensed and bonded.
Expert secret service. Any cause, all sections.
in ism ppone. uoiumnia l?Z4. ooiw
WALL PAPEB.
WALL PAPERS, 2C, 20 AND 4C UP; PICTURE
rod. 1c |XT foot up; rooms papered reasonable
price; work guaranteed. GEORGES. 508 7tk
at. s.w. Phone M. 3889.
SEASON'S NEWEST WALL PAPERS IN BIG
variety; expert paperhanging, guaranteed satisfactory;
painting, decorating. Estimates
given. FOl'RMEtt CO.. 2010 K at. Ph. W 522.
PAPER HANGING. PAINTING A DECORATING,
in all its branched, 20% cheaper than any Arm
In the city. CHAS. R. 11YSAN. 204 East Oapltot
st. Phone Linen. 2230 for eatimate.
BE SURE TO HAVE HARRISON A CO. EHTImate
on your paperhangtng, painting, glailug.
We guar, everything, one trial proves. Esti.
auywTierc. Phone N. 1733-m, or drop postal.
1802 7th at. n.w.
GOOD PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING WINS
approval! Our prices are within the reach of
all. It ma.. $3 up. Satisfaction guar. C. B.
THOMPSON A CO.. 3120 11th. Ph. Col. 4454.
HO U SEP AINTING & FINISHING.
EXPERT PAINTING. GRAINING AND HAKDwood
floor reflnishlng. Only the best materials
and workmanship will make your borne attractive.
Estimates. H. A. GLORIUS * BJtO..
3827 Shsrman a vs.
MATTRESS MAEOKT
' HAIR AND FEI.T MATTRESSES RENOVATED
and remade. 82: all work by experts and guaranteed
llrat-class. CAPITOI, REDDING CO..
1323 7tb u.w ; plionc N. 520.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
WE WANT ALL THE OLD MIRRORS YOU
hare to reallvee like ifw at eery low cost;
quadruple plated and guar. Phone .M. 5977-M.
MAX BROTSKY * SON. 631 K at. n.w.
LAWYERS. ATTENTION! 1
WANTED, second-sand act of Pacific Reporter,
decisions of the Department of the Interior relating
public lands and recent law textbooks. State
exact condition and lowest price of each. 1
Address Box 68, Star office. 3*
XOTIOE^30_YEARS' EXPERIENCE; SEWING
machines repaired, $1 up. OHAS. STEVBNSON.
1612 11th n.w. 29*
COOKI.VO RANGE WITH WATER BACK; NO. _
8 preferred. Answer STOVE^ 1134 10th n.w., i
or phone X. 1489.
wanted?a second-hand pood table; _
miixt bo in first-class condition. H. D. I
BONXEY. Rossiyn. Va. 28*
we buy add kinds of odd cdothing; .
highest cash prices. I
M. COHEN. 903 st. a.w.
WANTED? FURNITURE; ADSO MERCHAN<Hse
of any kind. Send for me and get best .
price. L. NOTES, 600 9th at. n.w. Phone j
North 5349.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOIt WORN
clotblng, ladies', gents' and children's shoes and _
hats. Send postal, will call any hour. 3
BEN BASS. 3o4 4tfr St. S.w.
SLAVE THIS AD!?SAVE THIS AD I IF PRE- .
seated with this ad, will make repairs worth j
$2.50 to $5 on any American watch fur $1.50.
M. DONZIS, 818 G St. n.w.
WANTED?ALD THE ODD USEDRS8 GODD
and silver lying idle in your possession. Diamonds.
Jewelry and silverware bought and sold.
O. F. KARR. Jeweler, 614 13th at., above F.
HOUSEKEEPERS ? THIS WEEK. ORDINARY
windows cipertly cleaned. 6c oa.: floors waxed,
polished, stained, varnished, reflnlnhed. Postal
ELLIOTT. 140* Yon St. n.w. Phone N. $958.
WATCH REPAIRING BY SKLLLFtjL, WELD
experienced watchmaker. All repairs guaranteed.
Cleaning, $1. Mainspring, $1. M. BLUMENFKDD.
Jeweler. 3010 14th st. Ph. Col. 776. .
WANTED IK YOU HAVE ANY FURNITURB C
IX)R SALE SEND FOR
MARCUS NOTES. 414 Pth ST. N.w..
and you wild obtain the >
best results. phone main b1ti.
WANTED?TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS. _
When selling, why not drop iiostal to an old,
reliable firm? II. MARKS. 424 10th St.. oddo
site the Gas office. or phgne Col. ilfll-M.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL .
kinds of second-hand furniture. Drop portal \
or phone Main 7544. A. MILLER'S Furniture
Housfe, 802 K n.w.
WILL CALL IX MY UNLETTERED WAGON,
city or suburbs, and pay you highest nrloea for 2
ladles', gentlemen's, children's discarded clothlag
of all description. Address postal or phone. .
I will call. W. RICK. 1332 7th n.w. N. 1755. I
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN
clothing, ladies', gents' and children's shoes
and hats; send postal or phone; will call. J.
TARSHES. 1308 7th n.w. Phone North 409. I
RELICS OF THE OLDEN TIMES BOUGHT.
Mahogany furniture, clocks, candelabra, china.
Jewelry, stiver, paintings. t>ead bags, snuff boxes.
YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. Sir. 17th St. n.w. WB
PAY $3 TO $15 EACH FOR OLD FEATH- 1
ER BEDS. SEE US BEFORE SELLING.
CAPITAL BEDDING CO.. E
1323 7th N.W. PHONE XORTn 526.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR CASToff
clothes, ladles', gentlemen's and children's.
Drop postal or phone S. BERNSTEIN, 1314 7th st.
Phone North 4390-Y. 1
BIG MONEY PAID FOR FURNITURE. HOUSE
hold goods and merchandise of all kinds. Entire
contenta bought. D. NOTES, G13 La. ave.
M. 3006.
GOOD PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FURXI- ^
ture of every description. Also office furniture,
store fixtures, stocks of merchandise?entire eontents
bought. EDGAR BAUM. 623 E st. n.w. .
BOOKS. ENGRAVINGS AND AUTOGRAPH *
letters of prominent persons purchased for cash. .
THE RARE BOOK SHOP, A
813 17th st.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN
garments; ladles', gentlemen's, children's shoes _
and hats. Address postal. I will call. 1
A. KEBESKY. 002 4\i, s.w. Phone 5890-M.
WANTED?FURNITURE, PIANOS, CARPETS,
etc. Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have us _
call. "WESCHLER'S." 920 Pa. ave. n.w. *
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR DIA- .
monds. jewelry, old gold and silver; pawn I
tickets bought.
LOUIS ABRAHAMS, 815 G St.
WANTED?FURNITURE FOR CASH. SELL f
your goods to the man who gives you the moat
money.
HOPWOOD'S. Sth and K.
IF YOU WANT A SQUARE DEAL IN SELL- f
Ing your furniture, consult the SQUARE DEAL
FURNITURE CO.. 501 I St.. or phone Main 5636.
Will call and pay best prices. E
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR REPAIR BUSINESS
for sale; well established; complete shop and _
salesroom well stocked auto lamps and sup- i
piles; business clearing above all expenses,
$20O per month; owner desires to sell outright.
Address Box 152, Star office.
FOR SALE-CIGAR STORE AT SACRIFICE C
Srlce if sold at once. Apply 515 12th st. n.w.
0?
LET US SHOW YOU THESE ROOMING F
houses at once; all are bargains and are paying
well: 400 block 6th at., |4tt0; 900 block I St.,
$275; 800 block 9th st., $250; 40<> block G "st.,
$350. Terms on some.
Grocery, fruit and poultry store, well located
n.w.; receipts, $X0 day; only $1,200.
Also colored grocery n.w.; rent, $30; rooms;
price, $450.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F.
WANTED?LADY TO JOIN ANOTHER IN
rooming house business; refs. cxchangtM. Box
63. Star office. 90*
FOR SALE?DYEING AND CLEANING ICS'- 7
tahllshmeut; located in central Pennsylvania;
established 25 years; poor Health reason for
Belling. For particulars address Box 61, Star
office. 30*
FOR SA LE? M ON EY-M A KING PATENT; HALF
Interest or royalty; good money maker for mail 7
order business. Address II. L. S-, Star office. '
30*
$9,000?WELL PAYING HOTEL IN SIIENAN^
doah valley, Va.; 24 furnished bedrooms; steam 7
beat; electricity; only hotel in town; barroom
attached; hot and cold water baths; everything
modern; investigate.
BOOTH BUSINESS BROKERS. 10th and G.
ROOMING HOUSE, H ST. WEST OF 10th; 11 ?
rooms, all rented; rent, $45; $400.
Rooming house; eleven rooms; 12th St.; $400.
Rooming house, K St.; nine rooms; $250.
Rooming house. M st. west of 14th St.; $750.
EQUITY BUSINESS BROKERS. 1227 N. Y. ave.
ON ACCOUNT SICKNESS OWNER WILL SELL
modern creamery and Ice cream plant, Including
all modern necessary machinery; also flue
10-room dwelling and new fHrm. 25 acres land,
25 miles from Baltimore. Price and terms rea- V
sonabie to quick buyer. HAMPTON REALTY*
CO., 17 East Saratoga St., Baltimore. Md.
COR. ROOMING HOUSE. PAYING DOUBLE
expenses past four years; no reasonable offer 7
refused. 301 N. J. ave. n.w. 29*
IF' THE RIGHT PARTY WITH $5,000 TO INvest
in an absolutely safe industrial proposition
will communicate with us we will be
glad to furnish hiin with full particulars, p
Must have business ability and Ite- able to give
reference, as he is expected to assist In the management
of the business. Bank references P
furnished by us to any one sufficiently interested.
Box 22. Star office. 29* p
FOR SALE?LA DIKES' SUIT AND DRESS Business;
established eight months; could not be 7
started under $2,500. To be sacrificed. Box
134. Star office. 30*
W A NTF1D?A HUSTLING YOUNG MAN AS 7
partner who can Invest $1,500 and services for
half Interest in an established automobile buslness.
Address Box 51. Star office.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY; LARGE GENERAL
store, with dwelling combined: two years old: n
thickly settled suburb in the city; corner property;
owner going away: good proposition to
right party. Address OWNER, Box 101, Star
office. ?
SILENT I'AKTNKK WANTED. WITH $500; ES- 1
tnhlisbed undertaking business; fully equipped.
Address Box 347. Star office.
INVESTORS - ESTABLISHED CORPORATION, ~
doing national business with meritorious article
in large demand, paving over 200% profit;
has limited number or shures for sale; strict
investigation. Box 3.10, Star office. 28*
FOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
small lunchroom; outside business; been run
by lady. Apply to F.. K. IIOUSER, cor. 14th
and I> sts. n.w. Sickness cause of selling. 28*
CORNER GROCERY STORE IN N.W. SECTION
of the city; good business; nice dwelling; will ~
sell cheap; owner wants to retire. Box 372,
Star office. 28*
FOR RENT?BOARDING HOUSE OF 40 ROOMS _
near National Hotel; in good repair; flue lo- ..
cation for moderate rates; rent reasonable.
JOHN T. KNOTT. 918 F at.
FOR RENT?ONE OF THE FINEST 8 ROOM _
houses in northeast; hot-water heat; pantry; *.
cellar under entire house; 1118 14th st. n e.;
rent. $28.50. Inquire 620 14th n.e. 10*
FOR SALE?LUNCHROOM, WITH LIVING _
rooms; cheap to quick buyer. ,1231 P st. n.w. p
FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED ROOMing
bouse, near Y. M. C. A.; always filled. .
11K>7 G n.w. g
FIVE POOL TABLES. REGULATION SIZE,
from 140 up; lu good condition. 026 New
York ave. *
DINING ROOM AND CAFE; RETIRING. EST.
22 yearn; profits. 44,500 annually; price as a
whole, $4,500; easy terms, or will sell con- _
trolling Interest $2,300; will give my services T
free to May 1 next; past year's business,
$21,000. Box 40, Star office.
WANT TO MEET BANKER OR PROMOTER OX
world-wide, clean, money-making proposition; n
something new and practical; a quick moneymaker;
replies confidential. Box 342, Star
office. 31* .
A LOCAL STOCK COMPANY WANTS A MAX
with some capital as treasurer; unusual oppor- ,
tunity for right man. Box 322, Star office. 31* "
GET OUR CASH REGISTER CHECKS.
$6.00 WORTH $5.00 =
entitles you to choice of the following:
1st?Full quart of Beat Whisky. 2nd?Full
gallon Pure California Wine. 5
3rd?Large Bottle Cocktails.
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.,
Leading Liquor Dealers, 616-618 V st. n.w.
It
WANTED PARTNER, |1,000 CAPITAL. TO
help open food-paring store. Bos 308. St?r
office. no21*
FOE SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES.
$20 to $48: $1 down. Superior for embroidery
and plain sewing. Repair estimates free. 013
9th st. n.w. Phone Ma'n 3838.
T)R~SALE-ONE SETTERDOG; THOROUGHly
broke. 1831 Good Hope road, Anacoetia,
D. C. 30*
:HE AM CM'NT OF SATISFACTION THAT A
man is likely to get from tbe cash spent is
gauged by the value, so if you can buy from
us u slightly used overcoat, $3 to $10, that fits
nice, well made. WHrm, comfortable and stylish.
besides saving cash, why not see us? One
price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. Oil) D.
TI REE-PIECE BEDROOM" SET; MAHOtT
any; slightly used; in fine condition. 4303
Kansas ave., Petworth. 30*
T)R SALE^FURNITI:RE, NEWTNITSLIGHTly
used: almost anvthiug vou need. Save money
?buy at HOPWOOP'S. 8th and K.
'OR SALE?3 ROLL-TOP DESKS. 2 STANDING
desks, 3 iron safes. 2 letter presses. 12 lunchroom
stools. Save monev?buy at HOPWOOD'S,
Of L a IT
om aim xv.
"Oil SALE--50 STOVES. NEW AND SLIGHTLY
nsed; cook stores, heating stoves, oil stoves,
gas ranges. Save money?buy at HOP WOOD'S,
Sth and K.
-GUARE PIANO, $15; ENAMELED BEDS,
other furnltnre, cheap; leaving city. 708 Mt.
Vernon place n.w. 80*
HAVE A BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT PIANO OP
Standard make, three years old, that I must
sell at once, as am leaving city in few weeks
for Japan. Will sacrifice. Answer Box 70.
Star office.
PLAYER-PIANO, "CAROLA."
Made by the Cable Co. of Chicago.
88 NOTES.
COST $800.
FINEST INSTRUMENT OF ITS KINDWILL
SACRIFICE
Call Sundays ami evenings.
Apt. 50, the Carolina,
700 ltfh n.w.
AVE MISSION OAK TABLE A.VD CHERRY
rocker, good condition, cheap. 1764 Wiilard
at. n.w., first floor. 29*
IIOE LARGE OAK SIDEBOARD. $8; LARCH
square extension table, 8 extra leaves. $7. 1406
3rd at. n.w.
SEWING MACHINES
of every make repaired and rented. Sold from
|5 up; easy payments. Supplies. Phone Main
8235. LARKTN. 3rd and H sts. n.w.
roUR ELECTRIC HELL DON'T WORK? RE8ldent
electric Jobbing of all kinds; supplies at
cost. Expert electrician will call. Plione N.
1724. VERMILLION. 2107 14th st.
L ROSENTHAL LANGUAGE PHONE COMplete
for sale. Address Box 24. Star oflpe. 29*
T>R SALE?PIANO (FISCHER). HALL RACK
and cha'r, davenport, chiffonier, brass bed,
refrigerator, cbairs. Address Box 102, Star
office. 28*
IE? US ESTIMATE ON YOUR WINDOW
shades. We handle only the best material;
prices reasonable. Formerly with W. B. Moses
& Sons. J. A. MAROERON & BRO., 1239
Good Hope road. Phone Lincoln 1770.
'OR SALE-SOLID OAK DINING TABLE AND
sideboard. Apply 610 1st. st. n.w.
"OR SALE?ROYAL TYPEWRITER. NEARLY
new, $3.7, worth $65; also four-drawer oak
card Index case, 84. worth $7. and seventy-five
4 by 5 half tones. IT. S. employes at work.
JOSEPH W. BUCK. Kensington. Md.
IAVE A PLAYER-PIANO, NEARLY NEW.
including 15 rolls of music arwl bench, which
I desire to place in some care&il party's home
during my absence from the country or might
sell at a reasonable price. Address Box 353,
Star office.
HIRTY-EIGHT YARDS BRUSSELS HALL
carpet and three pairs feather pillows, reasonnl.ie.
UKjfl H li.w. 28*
OR SALE?CHEAP, 0 WHITE LEGHORN
hens and 1 rooster. 53tl Shepherd st. SS*
l VERY HANDSOME SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
ring: weighs about three carats; will sell very
reasonable, as I need money. Address Box
356. Star office. 2S*
OR SALE?SAFE; LARGE; DOUBLE COMbination;
inside vault; tine for large office or
small bank: for altout one-third coat. Apt. 55,
the 'Imperial." 170!) Col. road. Tel. Col. 4807.
OR SALE-TRUNK. $2; GENTS' OVERCOAT.
34; lady's hat. $4; furs. <2.50. 1320 10th n.w.
OOL TABLES?TWO; 4><jX? FT.; COMplete;
$80 each, or both for $150. Box 571,
Star office. 28*
"OR SALE?THREE BRUNSWICK BALKECollender
pool tables; also complete set of
fixtures; If sold at once, price, $225. Apply
509 E n.w., after ? o'clock. Apartment 7. 1*
>KSK?LARGE ROLI^TOI' OFFICE DESK;
new; never used. Phone Colombia ltCSrt. 28*
1EAUTIFUL ARCHED ELBCTRIC-LIGIiTED
mahogany wall fixture, 10 feet in length, containing
2 beveled plate glass mirrors, suitable
for restaurant, bar or dining rootn; bargain.
Apply CISSEL'S PHARMACY, 10th at. and
N. Y. ave. n.w.
)RUO STORE FIXTURES, SHELVING AND
drawer sections, wall cases, counters and counter
cases?as a whole or in part. Apply at
CISSEL'S DRUG STORE. 10th ami X. Y ave.
iARPETS, MATTINGS, ENAMEL BEDS,
dining tables, chairs, gas stoves, bureaus,
washstands for sale. 1908 II st. n.w. *
OR SALE-GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES,
fitted to your windows, only 35c; the best
quality oil opaque shades. 50c; hung free. We
call with samples. KLEKRLATT'S,
11th and H sts. n.e.
CORNS! CORNS! CORNS!
E. Z. FEET,
The new treatment for corns, bunions, warta
and callous skins; never fails, 15c. Sold at
the O'Donnell stores and all other drug stores.
IY ENTIRE OUTFIT OF OROCERY AND
meat market fixtures, including refrigerator,
patent bin counters, show cases, etc. Come
and pick out what you want or make offer for
entire outfit. Must be sold at once. J. WM.
WEBER. 401 H st. n.e.
IAGNIFICENT SET OF BLACK FURS, $15:
value, $43: latest model; perfectly new; will
call, or come to m.v home; big bargain. Address
Mrs. S.. Box 3211. Star office. ,
IEDGE?CAL. PRIVET; NEARLY EVER-,
green: grows fast: perfectly hardy: 2, 3 and
4 rears old: fine plants from $2.50 per 100 up.
WASHINGTON BULB CO., 135 N. Carolina
ave. s.e. no24?
LIGHTLY USED .MAHOGANY UPRIGHT.
$110; new pianos, $125, $150. $175. $200. $225.
$275 and $300: slightly used 88-note player,
$300; terms arranged to suit; no Interest
charged; new players, $360 up: bargain in
concert grand; slightly used Helbig piano,
$150: piano toning, $1.50: sole agents Stultz
& Bauer pianoa; open evenings. HELBIG
BROS.. Estab. 30 Years. Mnsic Store and
Piano Warerooms. 1742 7tb at. n.w.
YE NEED OLD GOLD AND SILVER FOR
manufacturing purposes. Will pay the highest
prices. If you wish to dispose of a diamond
see A. KAHX. 035 F st. n.w.
lUK TAILORING DEPARTMENT IS aT YOUR
service. We make no extra charge for special
orders, no matter how you want your suit
made. SIGMUND'S Suit and Hat Shop for
Women. 730 7th st. n.w.
'LAYER-PIANO; WILL SELL FOR $250, INcluding
bench and music. 125 R st. n.w. 29*
IANO. STANDARD MAKE: GOOD CONDITION;
cost $300: will sell for $75. 1237 O n.w.
IANO, KIMBALL UPRIGHT, SPLENDID CONdition,
$80. 125 Florida ave. n.w. 29*
TANO? UPRIGHT. GOOD AS NEW; CAN BE
purchased now for $95; cost $350. 3215 14th
st. n.w. 29*
iNE 60-1 BALL-BEARING SINGER. $35: ONE
cabinet grand Standard. $18; oue 27-4 Singer
all attachments. $25. Other machines from $3
to $59. G. C. SMITH, 313 Pa. ave. s.e. Ph.
Linen. 448.
EW SUIT EVERY WEEK FOR $1 A MONTH.
Cleaning, dyeing, repairing. Ladies' garments
remodeled a specialty. WASHINGTON TAILORTvn
/'A AOS A ? ?r DKono V4T lam
J-.NU W., U*1 u au U.w. i UUHC -a*Ttv?.
HE I'LACE FOR PICTURE FRAMES?500 DEslgns,
tbe neat to the elaborate; save 25 to 40
per cent; alwavs prompt. RELIABLE PICTURK
FRAME CO.. 1820 14th st. I'h. X. 2948.
BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED
IN rPRIGHT PIANOS.
VOSE UPRIGHT $290
STEINWAY UPRIGHT $250
SHONINGKR UPRIGHT $250
KNABK UPRIGHT $175
ROHMER UPRIGHT $175
KIMBALL UPRIGHT $125
Many others. Easy terms.
O. J. DeMOLL & CO..
12th and G ets.
WINDOW SHADES AND AWNINGS. ? WE
make a specialty of first-class oil opaque shades
hung at 50c each. A card will bring salesnian.
It. Q. M. BURTON & SON. 011 E st. a.w.
IAN-COPPER ROOF PAINT. 50% CHEAPER
than metallic pnint when length of service Is
considered. GEO. N. HOLLAND CO.. Hardware.
Paints. 15th and H n.e.
EST DUSTLESS FLOOR OIL. 35c PER GAL.;
Yale and other keys duplicated. 20c each.
ENTERPRISE HARDWARE CO..
Phone Main 5051. 927 9th st. n.w.
IANO BARGAINS?$500 FISCHER. $210; $400
Voee, $170; $300 Ruca, $160. and 30 other
splendid bargains. HUGO WORCH. 1110 Q.
PECIALS?USED AND EXCHANGED PIANOS.
Pianola piano $275.00
Auto piano $250.00
Stelnway 1275.00 '
?..w_ it m a. it 1AA aa
laiauuii- w COuall
Khonlnger #180.00
JUELG PIANO 00..
Q. at 13th.
[ENDS. CIRCULARS. CHURCH NOTICES, ETC.,
printed at lowest prices. Our leader, 500
business cards. 75c. Write for estimate.
NEW YORK PRINTEKY. 529 7th St. n.w.
/ INTER APPLES?ORCHARD TO CONSUMER.
Call and No. 2, $1.25; No. 1, 82.25; extra fascy,
$3, f.o.b. Linden, per bbl. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Remittance with order.
C. W. WALTER, Linden. Va. .
AWNS?NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE AND
renew. Let ua estimate. Fruit and shade trees,
hedges, bulbs, shrubs, etc. WASH. BULB CO., j
135 N. C. are, s.e.. ctly. '
STOVES AND FURNACES ,
tOVES AND FURNACES PUT IN lat-CLASS
condition by expert repairmen. Guttering and
apoutiog. General repairing. Estimatea given.
Tr> UlTs. AUBINOE.1330 H n.e. Ph.Linen.27*2. '
I YOUR HOME WARM? PREPARE FOB
cold weather before the rush; heating expert?
furnace, latrobe and stove work. V. WHITE,
708 G st. s.e. Plume Lin, 2590-M.
*
AUTOMOBILES. __
> UH
day and nig hi work is the situation mi
at BICKLY ft CO.'S, doing tire repairs asd C
retreading. See as on the proper care of tires. 1
1218 II st. n.w. Ph. N. 87ft).
1910 MAXWELL. RUNABOUT. 16-H.P.. IN b
splendid condition; top and storm curtain. Bar- g
gain at $225. 222 11th st. n.e: 30*
USED AUTO BARGAINS. t
Peerless 7-passenger touring car, $1,U00. n
E-M-F touring ear, $650..
Oltlsniobile roadster, 45-50-h.p.. $600. ,
You can't go wrong on a car we sell you.
FEDERAL MOTOR CO.. - ?
1521 14thJ>T. PHONE N. 190. 331
1912 MICHIGAN ROADSTER. "40" HORSE- JL
power; fnlly equipped; A1 condition; bargain 714
to quick purchaser. Address Bo* 73, Star t
office. 1
For SALE?CH A LMERit 30. FrLLY EQUIP- 1X1
ped: reasonable; guaranteed. Box 50, Star r
office. 29* "?
: _ go
FORD AUTO WITH TWO SEATS. IN GOOD n
running order; great bargain; $125. Phone M. n
76o. a
5-PAStiENGER TOURING CAR. IX FIRST- KG
class condition; equipped with electric lights; r
will demonstrate. WEST END GARAGE, rear 3
1221 22nd at. n.w. Phone West 101.
GOOD REASONS I WIIJi DISPOSE OF R- "c
passenger, 2-cylinder oar: good condition; ~
equipped, tools, lamps, etc.; $12$. Box 58, 111
Star office. 29* J*
NATURAL SPORTSMAN; FOUR-CYLINDER:
fully equipped; excellent condition; cheap for
cash. 209 7th n.e. |
INSTALL A MARVH, CARBURETOR AND 1M- r_
prove your car 100%. Expert repairing a apecialty.
R. E. LANKFORD. 714 7th St. n.e.; *
Linen. 1490-M. _J
FORD AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE; NEW 17.:
tires: perfect condition; easy terms. Address 1
1'. O. Box 134. Station B. city. F(
ONE SINGLE CYLINDER OLDS; IN FINE 1
condition; leather top and good tires; price, 1
ISO. Address W. F. L.. Star offlce. 28* bj
ELECTRIC OOUPE! APPLY 2144 CALIFOR- _J
nla at. n.w. 17
MAXWEU, RFNABOCT; FINE CONDITION; _1
four new .tires;. cheap for cash. Col. 1557. 94.
NOTICE THE LINE-UP? ARE YOU ONE OF '
WIL^ON-GOUCHKR TIRE CO.S customers?
Best tire vulcanising. "FTee air on tap." 1
1705 14th st. Ph. X. 3701. *_ ,
e5
4
<
IF YOU ARB CONSIDERING PrR- 70
chase of a aix-cylinder Oldsmoblle, *
you can save money by communlcat- ixj
ing with Bov 333, Star office. ,
c
17
1
s
CALL MAIN 7592: "WE TOW YOU IN." 13Automobile
repairing. 1
EDMUND O. CARL. 623-25 H at. n.W. 1
Supplies. Gasoline. Oils, etc. ~
FOR SALE ? FIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND f
limousine body, also touring body, cheap. 622 p
G st. n.w. ^
LION. 1911. FULLY EQUIPPED; NEW TIRES; c
self-starter; $900. FEDERAL MOTOR CO., r="
1521 14th st. n.w. 1,J
USELESS AUTOMOBILES BOUGHT AT GOOD 1
C rices. Sell your old tires, tubes, etc.. for rr
igliest market value. Spot ensh. ISADORE ,
tiLASSF.R. 2025 7th st. n.w. Phone N. ."il.jB. ;
ONE FOUR-TON'TRI CK, ALSO ONE TWO- 7T,
ton truck, new. at half price; leading make. ,
Box 189. Star office. 1
1913 MABION TOURING CAR, FULLY 19
equipped, run less than 500 mtfes; $1,700.
1QGQ li.HnL- ? - ?~ "4 -v-JLJ '
1 t'vir *???**. av IVU*IU? ' At* *U gWU WJIUrUUIl. $700.
POTOMAC MOTOR CAR CO., 1313 H 13
st. n.w. I
HANDSOME BABCOCK ELECTRIC VICTORIA; ?
tine condition; with new batteries: $450. Other 12
used iras and electric cars for sale. South- 1
worth-Ketaer Co., Electric Vehicle Repairing. 75
rear 1320 L St. Phone M. 2239. ,
HANDY SHOP FOR MT. PLEASANT MOTORIST; 1
skilled work on all cars; expert overhauling. r>
COLUMBIA GARAGE, M. T. Xeyes. 1445 Col. ,
et.. bet. Col. rd. A Irving. Ph. Col. 3413. ?I
AUTO TIRE REPAIRING BY TIKE EXPERTS. 13,
Same rubber, same fabrics, same skilled labor '
as factorv work- secures maximum service. ,
FRANK SHORE. 1211 N. Y. ave. Ph. M. 697. _i
STONF. BRUISES. CUTS. JABS. PUNCTURES. U.
blowouts?In fact, any tire damage or retread- ,
ing best handled by experienced vulcanlsera. !
GRADY. 1620 L St. n.w. Ph. M. 2278. 9
WANTED. \
WANTED ? TO PURCHASE HUPP-YEATS 57
coupe. Call North 5089. 30* ,
WANTED ? TWO PASSENGER ROADSTER-I _J
must lie in first-class condition. J. E. MEL- n
TON. 631 Pa. ave. n.w. 28* "
WANTED?CRANK CASE FOR MAXWELL.
model A. L.: would bny old car. Address E. w
E. WARD. 1317 11th n w. 28* ,
KOK HIRE.
PHONE MAIN 7319. NEW 1912 40-H.P. 5 AND |
7 pas. cars, careful chauffeurs. $2 per hoar up. '
Special rate for trips. PEOPLE'S AUTO 14.
HIRING CO.. 827 14th n.w. r
FINE AUTOS FOR HIRE. *2.50 PER HOUR 15
up; five and seven passengers: lowest rates In i
city: strictly competent drivers. For special ?
rates phone Linen. 1434
6-PAS8. AUTOS. *2 HOUR. SECOND-HAND ~
n ntna #*t?* aala T ! ?? OKlM OfMS A ?g * VTfflfl 7*1
uiiivu *v? DU4va uiuu>< WVi> OlDAB AU AV "
SHOP. e
CADILLAC AND THOMAS TOURING OARS
for hire, five and seven passenger. Call the "If
COCHRAN AUTO CO.. Phone Main 4284. J
CALL MAIN 6834 IP YOU WANT A FIRST- 301
class car, with the appearance of a private r
car. For shopping or calling, 92.60 per ho nr. 0
82T
GARAGES.
? "T
PLACE YOUR CAR WHERE BEST CARE AND ?
absolute safety is guaranteed at lowest rates. i
BELLMAN'S NEW GARAGE, 1739 Johnson ?
ave.. bet. R & S. 14th A 15th. Ph. N. T47. 62"
M0T0R CYCLE& J
,, 14-j
SECOND-HAND MOTOR CYCLES ? A PEW 1
guaranteed slightly used machines can he -r>U
l>oiight at bargains; cash or payments. BER- >
KYMAX & WILLIAMS. 912 9tto st. Main 4186. -2
MOTOR CYCLE, PRACTICALLY NEW, CHEAP ^
for early cash buyer. 520 5th st. s.e. 28* I,
INDIAN ITVVIXI, 1912 MODEL: MAGNETO; ??
practically new; cheap to quick buyer. Box ?
195. Star office. 28* t
HORSES AND VEHICLES
ONE SORREL MARE. SURREY AND BUGGY; _2
will sell cheap. Call 1314 9th n.w. 30* 1&
FOR SALE?NEW AND SECOND-HAND CAR- *
rlages, wagons and haruess of all kinds; '
wagons of all styles; the cheapest place la the 144
city to do business; harness, 84-00 up; plurfb 0
lap robes, 93.00; stable and street horse r
blankets at cost. W. J. COGSWELL, 211 12th ?
n.w. and 212 11th. 12S
FOR SALE-A GOOD SECOND-H AND TOP 2
buggy, handmade, for $15; worth $30. Phone ?
M. 700. . 1*/
FOR SALE?3 WORK HORSES, 2 CARTS AND
harness, suitable for coal hauling. Call rear T!
53 Prospect st. n.e. 28* '
DOCTORS RUBBER-TIRED CLOSED CAR*- ?
rlage for sale cheap; In good condition. Port- 131
land Stables, J. M. PEAKE, Prop., 643-045 ?
N. Y. ave. 1?
BAY MARE CARRIAGE HORSE; RED
Wilkes-Morgan stock. Also four carriages. 11
Apply GALLAUDET COLLEGE, 7th and Fla.
ave. n.e.
FOR SALE? 1 *
A large stock of fine second-hand landaus, ji(
broughams, victorias, station wagons, surreys, (
runabouts, opera buses, wagonettes, etc. t
At great bargain price. ?
DOWNEY'S STABLES AND STORAGB 30-'
WAREHOUSE, t
1622-1628 L n.w. r
FOR HIRE?HORSES AND VEHICLES TO SUIT 407
any business at special rates. W. J COGS- n<
WELL. 212-14 11th n.w. Phone M. 1477. fi
FOR RENT?STORES.
LARGE STORE. DWELLING AND STABLE; I
1331 7th st. n.w.; near market; 950.80. JOHN ttH.
BIIENT. 1819 H st. n.w. 20;
NO. IO 7th ST. N.E.; STORE. 9 ROOMS AND
bath; suitable for dry goods, confectionery. -?3
etc., store; rent to desirable tenant at $47.50 *
month. ;
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F. 58!
- . ^
r<
FOR LEASB-A CHOICE COB. STORE ^3
on 14th st. and Columbia road n.w., in u
Carlisle Court, a large modern apart- ?
ment bouse just completed; immense ft
show windows; large floor space; ^
cellar; steam heat and modern in 134
fl<
every respect; n flne location for a '
first-class drug store or other similar n
business. "
SWARTZELL. RHEEM Sc HENSEY CO., ?
727 15th et. n.w. rt
ft
r\v urr nr r.icj 1 vm ot /\w * a /t??i
i/** iua.. r UIMOAAI I nj v.i .UAli> l Aft line,
near Park road, two new stores; apart- 120
ment above; hot-water heat; electric light; T
large cellar; big show windows; metal ceilings;
fine location for druggist; only one lit this 22
vicinity; RENT ONLY $45.50. He
BELT, O'BRIEN & CO.. Inc., 1309 G n.w. to
EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR HIGH-CLASH 512
business, 1622 H n.w.; store and rear rooms ro
and 2nd floor; single or as whole. '
FOR RENT? bt
8300 Ga. are., corner; tile floor, etc ,>0.00 pi
1726 7tb st. n.w.. store and apartment... 00.00
PHILLIPgJX).. 830 John Marshall place. ISO
FOR RENT?GARAGE. -3
PRIVATE GARAGE; 10X20 FEET: NEW; ^
brick; very desirable; rent reasonable. Rear re
1353 Oak 6t.. 4 blocks north Park road.
BEVERLY GARAGES, PRIVATE, IN IRVING ^
at. alley, just cast of 16th at., water, elec. an
lights, $8- ?
TERRELL & LITTLE. Inc.. 1413 H n.w. 212
FOR KENT?SUITABLE FOE A GARAGE OB~A ?
stable; H-story brick; ground floor 20x30; Bear PO!
Center Market; in good condition; -rent, $10 'fli
nor monih. at
JOIIN QUIXN CO., Jnc.; "01 13th st. n.w. r?j
FOR RENT-?ROOMS.
FURXISBBP.
i 22nd ST. N.W.?PARLOR BEDROOM. fl?. 141
lifter rooms. Terr attractive boose. Near c
V?r Dept. . . v
13 O ST. N.W.?LARGE ROOM ADJOINING 44>i
th; private family; hot-water best; phone; w
entieman. * * a
llTltb~ST. X.W.?FOR RBNT. '1'O ONE OR 62,
wo gentlemen, large eecond-sto.-y front room; ?1
leatjr furnished. ^
! 6th n7e.~VRRY HANDSOMtTTHREB <?K
our room flat, elegantly and completely fur- .
iahed for housekeeping ."great bargain. g^>i
C ST. S.E.~ TWO HOOMS. "SECOND FMXlk.' _?
urnlshed for l.h.k.; sink and water in room. ?
I 6th ST N \V\~2SECONlVIfLOOR RtKVMS,
p>nt. large alcove, with back porch; heat, gas; ?
h.k. 30* AI
13 17th N. W.?NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE _1
"om. adjoining bath. 30* ?
?OD N.W. IXKWTION -HANDSOMELY Fl'K
jsned rront room. newly furnished, aud also police
hall jt>om in private home; t?mri| if d--- _
ired; excellent rook. Boa 09. Star office. *
1> SPRING HO AD N.W.?NICELY lCKMSllFJ) ~
com, near hath; rent reasonable. Itione Col. "
;4*>: I
19 CONN. AVE. ? ATTRACTIVELY FEB- ,,,
ilshed: half bloek from Dupont Circle; phono. (
>7 10th ST. N.W?SECOND STORY FRO ST _J
nd hall room; l.h.k.; hot-water; lath; reasou- 01
Me. 30* ~
SR~COI.l' MB IA ROAI>?NIC ELY ~FT"RNLSHED _t
oom; 2nd flwr front; hot-water beat; two 03,
urge closets. j
) 11th ST. N.W.?TWO ROOMS' K-lTCI 1 EN- _J
tte; furnished or unfurnislied; reasonable rent; . ,
ilso other { ooms. "f
17 S ST.-ATTRACTIVE R<M?M NEAR BATH >
n modern house; private family. 2t?* j^-j
?Il RENT-NICE 2nd FI/K1R, SUNNY ROOM*. t
mitable for 2 young wen. Apt. 8. the Hen- 1
iotta. 28*
5 22nd N.W.-WELL FURNISHED. QUIET, ~
vftrm rooms 011 ear line. 29* 1
10 U N.W.-XB1VLY FURNISHED. LARGE*. 1*
lean rooms. 20* t
t K X. W.?I.AUGK, BAY-WINDOW. SECOND- ?
loer front; hot-water heat; reasonable. 28* 11
49 N S1\ X.W.-TWO OR THREE MCE J
ooms, bright and sunny, with every <-on- ?
fetiienee. 28* 13
CCE1XENT N.W. IjOCATTON?NEW HOt'SR. <
lew furnittire; private family; adjoining bath: ?
lot-water heat; reasonable rate. Box 29, Star 131
>fflco. 29* *
5 V J! AVE. N.W.?2 SEOOND-KLOOK ?:
'ront frcrnlahed rooms; light housekeeping. 29* 12
r. YOU ST. X.W.-l OR 3 FURNISHED \
wins, housekeeping; heat; reasonable; responsible
parties. 28* ?
10 9th ST. N.W.?2 ROOMS. FURNISHED: 2">,
leat, gas; both on same ffia.r; board if desired. 1
SP ?I
40 GIRARD ST. N.W.?TWO COMFORTABLY l\
urnished rooms with bath; southern exposure; j
tear three car lines. 28* ?
T. 14. THE 'HUNTI NO TON." 14th AND 10,
Jirard?Beautiful. large, newly furnished room; j
gentlemen preferred. Call after 7. 29* ?
. IT
) MARYLAND AVK. N.E-TWO OR THREE ,
ompletely furnished rooms for l.h.k. 20* ,
14 15th N. W. ?SECOND - Fl/lOR FRONT _J
oom, newly furnished; gentlemen preferred. ?
IflHune S. 7415. ,
iilT IRVING ST. ? FINE SECOND-STORY _J
"runt ruom, suitable for two; other rooms also^ pi
vlth or without board. 28* ]
M L ST. N.W.-2nd STORY ROOM; BATH, i
lectrlc Ilrhts. phone; private family. 28*
10 18th ST. X.W.?FURNISHED ROOM. SEC- i
)nd floor; near bath. Rhone North 3802-M. '
jentlemen preferred. 28* J7
47 Q ST. N.W.?WITH PRIVATES FAMILY; 1
leeond-sfory south-front room; also ballroom; t
lot-tvater heat: near ears. 1 ?7
13 6th ST. X.W.? FURNISHED ROOMS; " 1
ight housekeeping: heat and gas. 28*
0 M ST. N.W.? FINE 2nd-FLOOR ROOM: "1
onvenient to bath; well heated; also front '
jail room. $5. 28* ~
17 L ST. N.W.?PLEASANT THIRD-FLOOR i
ront: southern exposure; convenient location.* j
12 VERMONT AVE.?NEAR IOWA CIRCLE: *
leatly furnished rooms, near bath: hot and ;
old water in rooms: use of telephone. Call _!
>efore noo.t or after 6 p.m. y(
8lt GIKAKD N.W.?LARGE. WELLFURNISH- %
*d room; bath same floor; b.w. heat; new '
louse; gentlemen: 910 month. 28* '
2nd ST. N.E.?LARGE PARLOR BEDROOM;
?ne. $8; two. $10; steam-heated apartment; "
rear Capitol. 28* 1
ft 9th ST. S.*W.?TWO FURNISHED ROOMS. \
leeond-floor front; heat, gas. bath; l.b.k.;Tea- }
sonablc. ?
IE MADRID. APT. 41. 2300 18th X.W.?
burnished room, gentlemen only; steam heat. ?
? li:
tR RENT?2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS J
ind bath; 3rd floor; l.h.k. 1258 <>>1. road. 28* ?
22 P ST. X.W.?SMALL ROOM. NICELY FUR- 91,
ilshed; bath same floor; steam heat; reason- ,
ible. , 28* ?
ri|
11 FAIRMONT ST.?ONE FURNISHED ,
<Kim. $10 per month. 28*
)2 O ST. N.W.?FURNISHED FRONT OR T{
iaek parlor; heat and hath; gentlemen only. 28* \
12 10th ST X.W.?NICELY FURNISHED =
ooras by owner: everything up to dare. 28*
) 6th N.W.?LARGE, COMFORTABLE ROOM. ?
team heat; 2nd floor; $8 per month; gentleDen
only.
? M N.W.?LARGE SECOND-FLOOR FRONT 1
oom; well heated; central; private family;
easonable. 28* ?
il CAMBRIDGE ST N.W.-FURNISHED
worn, second floor; $8.00 per month; after 4 .
clock. 28* ,
? EAST CAPITOL ST.?LARGE AND SMALL ^
urnisbed rooms; hot-water heat. 28* t
HE DE SOTO." 13th AND MASS. Alii. N.W.. t
ipt. 5?Two nicely furnished rooms in well J
:*>nt ?naptm$>nt- 1
I EYE ST. N.W.-THREE BRIGHT, OUTSIDE ?
ommunicatiug rooms, second floor, heat, gas; TI
trlvate family. Main 2038. >
14 X ST N. W.?THREE BEAVTOTIZY J
ighted rooms; restful home; $10, $20. 28* ?
LB CAROLINA. NO. 41?TOO 11th ST. X.W.? Mi
ilcely furnished rooms for gentlemen. 28* r
2 HARVARD ST. X. W.-DELIG-HTFVL LO~ >
at ion; large front room; also south room and
tall room; 3 car lines.
! XEW JERSEY AVENUE N.W.-NEATLY
urnished second-floor front room; suitable f<<r f
wo gentlemen.
14 12th X. W.?FURNISHED SECOXD-EIAtOR ~~
oom; near t?atb; large closet; plenty of hot
later: reasonable: to gentlemen. 1
!6 VERMONT AVET-TUO EOSGANYLY
urnished rooms, with private bath; conven- LA
ent location. \
S6~1L L AVE. N.W.?ELEGANTLY EUR- J
ilslied rooms, single or en suite; central lo- ?_
atlon. BE
1510th ST. X.W.?TWO NEATLY FURNISHED J
ommunicatlng rooms, on second floor; gentle- J.
uen preferred: reasonable. '
>6 HOPPING ST. X.W.. NEAR 20th AND P- .
'wo second-floor front rooms. $18. $16. 31* [
IE COLONIAL. 809 14th ST. N.W.?NICELY p
furnished rooms for gentlemen only; a.m.L; r
centrally located. $
0 MASS. AVE ?LARGE FRONT ROOM. SEC- ?L
Ltd floor, alcove; private bath; dressing room; LA
ousekecping privilege. ?
>8 COLUMBIA ROAD X.W.?THREE ROOMS, ^
Irely furnished; near bath; near two car ?
Ines. SI'
14 K ST. X.W.?MOST BEAUTIFUL FRONT f
ooms; steam heat; telephone; private family. ^
5 4th ST. N.K.-TWO NICELY FURNISHED ~~
twins for light housekeeping; convenient to
,'apitol. Library.
; G N.W.? LARGE, LIGHT. NEWLY FURII
shed rooms; light housekeeping or sleeping; =
to objection children.
E1AST OAPITOI. ST.?TWO LARGE COX
ectlng rooms, second floor; porcelain bath; CA
trnlshed complete, l.h.k. cl
M CONN. AVE.?ATTRACTIVELY ETR- ?
1 shed; half block from Pupont Circle: pbone.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED.
3 Q ST. N.W.?TWO ROOMS OX 2nd E'LOOR. ?
lth bath: one room on third floor.
10 eye; ST. N\wT-FOR~ RENT. furnish 11
or unfurnished, large rooms, with privileges.
8* =
7 PIXEY BRANCH ROAD?3 NICE:. BRIGHT,
jmfortable rooms for l.h.k. or for roomers; ??
;ferences. EI.
1 CLIFTON ST. N.W.?COL. 4613. ONFTOR O
vo rooms on 2nd floor, furnished or unfur- h
isited; use of photic- 28* ;t:
TO FIELDS' AGENCY. 812 CONN. AVE.. ~
r free list of apartments, boarding houses *>r
Kints. MAIN 47S3. 2W*
2 RIGGS ST. WW.?2 ROOMS O.N SECOND
oor. ___
0 9th ST. N.W.?TWO large. rrigfit l\\
*>ms. furtiiiihed or unfurnished, for I.h.k. 29* y
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. iio
4 8th ST. X.W.?TWO LOVELY WARM ~
?oms; single and double; best food; private ,,
imlly. -?
UNFURNISHED. C
1 r. i. afr x.w., near iowa circle- r7
wo rooms and alcove; bath same floor; I.h.k. jI;
D ST. N.W.?FOUR BRIGHT ROOMS. 2nd ?
K>r; closet*; gas, batli. heat; central; cheap J?"
i adult*. "
.yj,14th
st. n.e.-2 bright unfurnished
outs, with heat and gas. $12 month. 29*
i clifton st. n.w.?2 rooms. private
ith; south front; electric light; steam heat; ^
ivate family;, no children. 29* A
d st. n.b-?three unfurnished
oma on second floor and one on first floor;
i.k.; heat and gaa. . 28*
1.10th n.W.?For rent, several large, bright =
ifurnished rooms, with beat, gaa; reasonable
Pt.
5th ST. N.E.-3 OH 4 UWOENI8IIEI>
urns, convenient to 2 car linen; near Capitol "ljid
Library. ? _ m
9 N ST. N. W.?SECOND-FLOOR BOOMS and
id km; ilnt; hot-water heat; adnlta only. WR
EtTNER ANNEX, 1449 U.?LARGE KRONT Hou
rat-door' room, suitable for offlce or study; CO>
earn heat; phone; (11. Also flat of three KK1
funis, (25. W1L
m
FOE RENT?ROOMS.
I'KPV R\1?BF.D.
18 lltli ST. VVV T11 III-: K 11 <?<> MS AM' VI
ove; water lieat; gn?. large rlimrta mul tlii'irralter
servtoe; housekeeping 1'H*
' M ST NW. l.AltCK. l i'MMI M' tTIV.
rlth poreti; iteoood I'gUt l?>B?ekeo??fn6:
dtilta only. i
? 7th sr N E U|6K FROST 5 I
loor; i>?wri: l.h.k. OWN l?ll.
IF. NOKFol.K, A IT r^r.r 1? ST N K TWO
ir ! hr?*?' lnm> itntki.1, I: L mivhirii .
oavrniww; adults; rffrn-ncfu.
r m st. \.\\. a tiiiilliTi/kirrroomsT
outhern ?sj?>-.iiro: 1 h 1c centraI
"WANTED?roomsl
a. itcrsnvs i?ksinl\( j~iti?;n < i.ass i r,v~
ints for furn'<he*l aparfBi'ii:*. n??nis or hoard
ng houses. .-all 812 ?V?nn. avc M il l 47s:t
' ROOMS A2vD BOARD.
i" l st. n.vs -ntsuiAiuj-:. m:\m.y klrlished
front and bn.-k rooms, wltb hot-water
io.it; earellent 'al?le hoard.
11 KAST CAT. sf H \ . I ] \ I I if
lished hall rooai; hotwuln'r heat: ovviient
Htard. Jo ?
lit l.SttTsT V\V~l?I>JkSAVr SINtJI.K RfhtV.
irivatc family; wltli or without board.
l? K x.w.- front" R<V?M; SOI i ll Kit \ ~Kx"
svstire; steam beat; large rlMrt; ciecllent
able: references. I'hone i'stl',
r>9 iith ST.-XK'KUY FTTRNTsflKI? * i om'
'ortable rooms, aiuglc or en suite; good Uvard;
wlvate family.
lrge; wf.i.i, fprnis11 kn ro <m~~\ylttt
Irst olaaa hoard, in private family, >18. to
rentleman. Hoi 37. Star office >
CELT FIRNIsTi kit R< M ?M ~F XOmTi TN V
able board, reasonable terms. Apply 34H:i
4th at. 28*
27 13th ST. N.W.?OEXTBAI. I.CH'ATIOnT "
iewly furniahed rooms, apleudid Iwtard; price.
I2S t>er mouth. 2*
s3 i, ST. - s< RTH FRONT ROOMS, WTTW1
siard; batb on each floor; steam heat; other
tHMU*. 28*
20 loth ST. N.w.?niof,. \varm~Tv>\Tf< >hr"
il>'e r?>xus. HO'und and third rVs-r-. board If
ietdred.
4.i gik ari? sr a~\7<:fT. y fvrnisiTei?
front south rouro; large closet; tins bath: ex?
client fable. 28*
14 MASS7 A VK. N W LAR< JF. < ?MFORI'"
itde, second story front room, excrlltui loard.
Also other rooms. 2**
24 lllth ST. X.W SOCTM ROOMS. NKwiv
furnished, with nlwt board. $23 triofith up:
'our baths; continuous hot water; hot-water
teat; white wrviii*; telephone.
ft A ST.~s7k. -NKATI.Y FFRN1SHED Oil '
iiir rooms; first-class table; near Capitol and
Library. li**
2.1 tith ST. \. \V. SEVERAL M? Ki7y"~ K1TL
tished rooms; shower bath; ttnarderm desired,
i'hone X. 4o4f>.
5~3rd ST. X.K.. NEAR CAPITOL AM* Murary?Nicely
furnished rooms, second floor;
liot-water heat: tile Itath. 28*
QI INCY ST N.W. ?R(K1M8 AND IBO A Hit
n private family; also table hoard; good lo ation;
half block from two oar lines aud
vithin walking distance of ti. IV O. 28*
4 12th ST. N \V NKWI.Y FTRXISHP.5
Tront rooms; excellent board: also two eontmun'catinc
room*: 1 h.V.
A'CFI.I.F.NT TAlllJKi RFAl T1FI1, ROOMsT
tgreeable society; eonvenlcnt lantlaa; health
'it' surrontid'n rs. At 142tl Coititnhia road n.w.
M ST. N.\V.~ NEATLY IM RMSllFD ROOM
ti well kept home, with excellent ls>ard; reasonable.
22 VERMONT AVE. ? I.AROE 2nd FLOOR '
front; other double rooms; excellent southern
ahle; transient* accommodated.
7 13th ST N.W'.. OVFRUtOKlViJ FRANK- "
in Park?Iairge front room, with Itoard; also
Ingle room. 2b*
VANTED?ROOMS AKD BOARD
LHASA NTSEt <)NI) STOBYIWt'iM A VIt BOARD
for Mind lady, within walking distntce t ontressional
Library: will pay $11 weekly, and
mploy visiting companion several hours dally.
Address Miss ALICE J. CoNKLIN, the tlullrord,
Baltimore. 28*
tlNC MAN OF REFINED TRE.ATMicvt
rants comfortable room and board (early break'astt
in a modem house within walking din
ance front Treasury; prices and details- Ad- .
lre*g Box 23. Star office. 2l?*
ANTED? ROOM AND BOARD BY TOLNO
voiiian working In store; prirate family or
unal! boarding house; can pay $e.30 per week;
ilso young girl will pay $2 per week. Box 330.
Star office. #
TABLE BOARD.
21 KAST CAPITOL ST. -CAN AOCOMMOlate
a few more boarders; good board; Itotno
'ooking; at*
2 "MASS. AVE. X.W.-CiX iAOCoMMttDATK
i few exclusive boarders; flrst-iiass table;
iont hern cooking.
M COLI'MBIA K< IA It - FlPKT'i.ASS tThTw
oard and excellent service; small tables. 2!'*
DR SOTO CAFE. lift* AND !MASS._AVF~
t.w.?First-class appoint meats; excellent tshlo
oard; hot bread our specialty: polite service
FOR THE LADIES.
#1.00.
All kinds of sewing machines repaired and
warranted. Phone or postal.
OPPENIIKIMER'S.
80"t E st. n.w.
MKNUKhsON'. I.AI ?IES" TA1IXK- HROAP
lotU suits. worth #40 and $45. for #30. $3t
Hid $.'15 tailormade suits for $22.5n, or. with
our owu material. $12. 2022 14th st. n.w. 1*
EAR A REAt'TIFCL TAIIjDRM ADE MP IT.
>nly $30; the equal of auy $50 suit; a perfect
it pnaranteed or no pity; all the newest stylish
'abries: remodeling at half price. 11. DIEVEK.
.ADIES' TAILOR AND DESIGNER, Kepi .is
?ldg., llth and G sts. !
IV AMERICAN REALTY liAJ.M; PRODICE*
-oft. clear skin; haa wonderful skin fond qua!
ities; 50c jar. My Cream of Violets killa all
*lon? of perspiration. A. I. JONES. t#i? 5th o.
I.I.INKK. AUTISTIC. STYLISH;HOME OR
mt; moderate; feathers made. dred. eleased
tried; hat frames. I'hone Main 7949. 1??1 ?>
Cye at. n.w.
" SWORZVN'S "
WOOLENS AND TRIMMINGS.
Supplies for tailors and dressmakrtw
129-931 G st. n.w. Phone M. 71?2.
Write for Encyclopedia. It's free.
OI.ARA H. aWIViHAM,
Eipert Furrier, 101X K ?t. n.w. <
lemodeliug. Repairing, Kedyeing of Fine Fur
Garments a Siieclallv) Phone Main !*)4.
.DIES' AMI ?TII1J>KK\ S FELT AND HKAer
liatn reblocked and shaped like new in
atest style.*. Dyeing and cleaning. SatisfacIon
guar. VIENNA HAT CO.. 428 lltli st. n.w.
: Sl'KK AND HK.AR MY PRICES BEI'ORK
on have your upholstering done; chair caning,
ennvating and repairing a specialty. J. F.
'MITH. 2031 Nichols are., Anacostia.
"$L fl SKIRT HOCSE. $L
portnerly of #".'8 |4th at. n.w.. ta now located
n larger and more convenient quarter*. Comilete
line of advanced styles at remarkably low
trices. Misses' suits, $25 up. Estimate suit a.
135 up. Fitted skirt*, all stv.es. $3.50.
HARRIS. LADIES' TAILOR. 71!? 11th at. n.w
.DIES' BEAVER, FELT, AM) IIATS OP "
very description cleaned. dyed and blocked '
n the lateat styles. DAVE NEFKELD. 814
tli st. n.w. "MAKER <1F CORRECT HATS."
ECIALIST IN OSTRICH FEATHERS- OTR1~
d. cleaned. dyed and repaired: long oiiea made
rom short ours. Reasonable prices Miss
I. C. DALV. 47 H st. n.w. Ph. L. 1702.
m . I
HO KG AN, ITEBIEK.
All kinds of furs altered anii repaired.
Estimates cheerfully given.
733 1.1th si n.w. I'lit.ne M jiUOI. ^ '
CAEPET CLEANING.
UPETS. THOROI GULY AM) CAREFULLY
leaned; rugs woven from old ear|?'ts; niatpesses
renovated. Estimates famished. ALEltT
KATILERT * CO . 352 R <t. - ? M ?vt?
ELECTEOLYSIS. " ;
NEW PROFESSION.
Learn electrolysis. ><)) complete court*.
t\ ^..t.._ _
ifhj ?u * 11111};
K. LOWE. 1111 Pa. uvy. n w
VACUUM CLEANERS.
t
KOTRH" AND HAND Ol'KRtTKH VACI I M i
I.KAN F.ltS RKNTKD. *1.5<> PKR DAY;
I'KRATORS I I KMSHKD IK DKSIKKP J
OOM :m, MeOILL BLDO. PHONE MAIN 1
176. *
DOGS, PETS, ETC.
BIRDS. DOCS AND I'KTS.
SCHMID'S BIKI? STORK. 712 12tb at.
It SAI.H?THORtH'OH RRKD PKDIUKKKTt
rish terrier due. 18 months old. C. S. lfll.LKR.
801 Colorado bide. 29*
SKITAL. POK ANIM AIS, I'll* 14th ST. N. V\\
S are *'ry and njedieine of small animal'.,
narding kennel*, city or country. Mrs. KID- .
'EIL. Matron.
ARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
V WINDOWS, PORCHES. -NEW I'LOORigs,
nine. oak and parquet: frna* built aud
paired; estimate*. J. W'. W1TM.ER Sc CO..
!1 Ilamiltou at., Brlghtwood. D. C- Puono
pi. 1472.
: A TURK STRIPS PUT IK: CARPENTER
ork. large or small: reasonable price*.
C. D. COLLINS,
.9 18th at. n w. Pbone M. 1548
EFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES.
McCRAY REFRIGERATORS
Aud Cooling Rooms Have No Equal*
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO..
611 F at. a.w. ,
NON MEDICAL HEALING.
ftOGLBSS HEALING Tbat RESTORER the
K)D dltCt"I,ATION, YOUR NERVE FUHCE.
AI.ITY, YOUTH and CONFIDENCE, and
?ES STRONG. HEALTHY and HAPPY MEN*
WOMEN Of PHYSICAL and NERVOUS
BCKS. BOOKLET, noting Near M1RACC1S
Cures. Mailed Free. LADY Assistant,
rs: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, n to I.
BULTATION FRKR l'mf. ?. V. D. PARI.
1022 9th *t. n w. COME and Sec Mc, It
a 1 .. . ? i .1 <Wuila
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