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Want Ads
Phone Main 2440
Only One Cent a Word
with a
Minimum Chargt at 18 Casta
#a? ika fnllnvin#*
lost an<1 Found.
Help and Situations Wanted.
Rent Room*.
Rooms and Board.
Summer or Country Board, ete.,
and
One Cent a Word
for three or more times.
With a Minimum Charge of
45 Cents for Three Times on
Sale and Wanted Miscellaneous.
Business Opportunities.
Automobiles for Sale and Wanted.
Horses and Vehicles.
iVtp. Pets, etc.,
and Boats and Accessories.
' All Other Classified Advertising
4 Lines or More, 10 Cents a Line
Eaeh Time for Three Times.
Rates Less for a Longer Time.
NORTHWEST BRANCHES!
Beard 4 MoGnire. f>th and C ats.
Butler 4 Field. Druggists, -7rd and Indiana are.
P<xfal Telegraph. 1124 N. Y. are.
Crlsvrell's Ttrnjr Store. 7th and T St*.
Fred B. Camrheil. Drug*. 42*?3 Gf">riria are.
Tho?. a Pohvns. isth and Columbia road.
Hnport Pharmacy. 20th and P sts.
Ge-itner T>rug Store. 14th and F sts.
Onldenhere** Bureau of Information.
Herhst's Drug Store. ?T,th and Pa. are.
TToltrrlaw's Newsstand 170R Fa. ave.
Interior I)ent. Sth and F. Postal Toleffraph.
S Kann. Sons 4 Co . information Bureau.
King's Drug Store. 14th and Mans. are.
ltoiand Wallaco. Newsstand and Stationery Store,
?2S 0th st. n.w.
Tewksbnry's Drug Store. 3MO 14th n.w.
T'nlon Station Postal Telo^ranh.
Prfted States Capitol. Costal TVlTJph.
1132 Connectlcnt are.. Postal Telegraph.
Quigley's Drug Store. 21st and G sts.
GEORGETOWN :
O'DonnelPs Dm* Store. 32tid and M ats.
Pride's Pharmacy. 2flth and P sts.
Postal Telegraph. 1243 Wisconsin are.
NORTHEAST:
l.cbr's Pharmacy. 4th and Stanton pi. n e.
P K. Richardson & Co.. X Cap. and P ?ts.
Kr-TincalT's Pharmacy. X. Cap. and 1 sts.
Tnrlor A Lamb. llfh and E. Cap. sts.
Tnrlor A Umh. 2nd and Maryland are. n.e.
Tivlor A I-smb. X. Cap. and R!i<hC Diend are.
Mooradln's Pharmacy, tilth and 11 sts n.e.
Yontmnn. D. A.. Pharmacy. Tth and H n.e.
TJncoln Park Pharmacy. 13th and East Cap. 'ti.
SOI'THEAST:
Thompson Drag Co.. Sth and E sts. s.e.
Rradley's Drnir Store. IRth and Pa. ?tp. a e.
M. S. Fealy. Draggiat. 11th and Pa. are.
SOl'TH WEST:
J 1th at. wharf. Postal Telegraph offlce.
Sulliyan's Drug Store. 7th and D ata. a.ir.
Charles S. Walter. 801 4% at. s.w.
LOST AMD FOUND.
COLLIE Pl'PPY lost Sunday morning, in the
neighborhood of 14th st. and Park road n.w.;
name and address on collar. Finder please return
to 1S22 Monroe st. n.w.
DIAMOXD PIN- Lady's pjn. on Ot. 28. Reward
if returned to HOI P st. n.w. 31*
FOX TERRIER - Two black spots on back; name
"Clorer" on collar. 1535 X. H. aye. n.w. Liberal
reward.
GOLD WATOH?Ha in den nioyement. monogram
L. S. on case. Monday In stores or street In
downtown district. Liberal reward if returned
to 731 Woodward hldg. 31*
HANDBAG?Blue leather handbag; ellyer trlmmlDgs;
on Connecticut aye. between De Sale#
and California sts.. or on California st. Room
2tl7. Nayy Department. Reward. 31*
KEYS?On Saturday, bunch keys on chain. Reward.
Phone Cleveland S29.
I.OCKET igold'; initials M. R. I.. I'lease return
to 27 I* st. n.w.
I.??ST Watch: man's Klein; l*>ft in lavatory.
Lewis bld.r. Return to E. B. Carter. Room 1,
Lewis bids. Reward.
MARABOU tblacki ne-k scarf; either in dept.
ItKt -.r Ml street. 47 N. Y. ave. n.w.
MKOAI. tgoldi: name engraved. Marian Friable.
Liberal reward if returned to E. Frisbie, 1014
G at. g.e.
PEARL Sl'NBCRST. with diamond center. Monday,
Oct. 28. lietween 11th and G ata. a.e..
13th and Girard, on Pa. are. earn; stopped is
Leader Theater and Thompson's pharmacy.
Reward if returned to 741 11th at. a.e.
PIN?On Rhode Island are., or In Brookland car.
Rebekah Noble Grand pin: owner's name on
back. Return to 33 R. I. are. Reward. Phone
North 42di?-M.
WATCH tgold. lady'al. with bine gray fob
and classpln attached, on Hyattavllle ear or
in HyattsrHle. Return to 214? I n.w. and receive
reward.
W Mt'l! ilailv'n: K'.ain works: initials I. V. T.
Reward. Iloom 219. Maryland bldg., 141? H
1*
WANTED?AGENTS.
AGENTS 11 i r-markable in :.e; -setter: easy
to scii: . !?; i. handle; reje-at orders almost
eve: y lojse Write for free sample. Laurel ,
.s'fths i'I., to llau'-o k ?t.. Plains. Pa. _
WANTED?SALESMEN"
SALESMEN with confidence ami ability to consider
the strong proposition we have to offer
for next season, i-omni-ncing Jan. 1 Our line
' mbraee* tx>th domestic and imported <alcndars.
hangers, wall poi-ket* and fans, their varier
v and heantv of deaiirn licfite nneaoelle.1 ami
coupled with our excellent line of advertising
novelties, salesmen can secure orders where |
others fail. Write today for full information.
Oisaotts. May A t'o.. Inc.. (Jlen Allen. Va.
STOCK SALESMEN wanted Well sta'.lishel
O'lijiar.j. im-reap'csr capital *t?x*k: I-*r^r-- cor.'nrl*M?nft
f. r ptura*: I?*rif!s f*; ??no
Jldvapcc* Vo* iv tor, *l **
WANTED? SELF
mM.K.
VDVI'lt TTSING > iLIClTOK f-.r Washington So
lety. m mediately. .V4 llihhs h'dg.
HJEMS- lly company writing life, ssecld it'
and health iueurance; . fully equipped oti-e; ,
maximum commissions to right men. Apply
<' M Wright ?lrt HtU st. n.w.
A.-SSI.STANT EXAMINERS needed in the U. 8.
patent office; entrance salary. $1,500. Thorough
course of Instruction assisting in the preparation
for this examination ie now lit progress at
the Columbia Soh-jol of Drafting. Classes two
evenfngs a weeS Course also qualities for
registration as pat'?* attorney. Other courses,
structural engineer .?. machine design, architectural
drafting, i. hanlcal and patent office
drafting, topogram' drafting and lettering,
etc. Write, p'non- r call, (catalogue on request.
i COLCMI5I ' SCHOOL. OF DRAFTING.
Mcl.actlen Mdg.. l"t?i and G sts. n.w.. city.
I5?m ?K KEEPING tpra tical): taught in six to ten
lessons; material and books furnished. Box
141. Star office. 2*
BOY. whit*, with > >: experience in gents' furnisi.lng
depart :ne. ; : stesdy josltion. Inquire
al Groscer's. IOCS l*a :?ve. 2*
f?" ?i ii? i**aiii ??u?- w.in r*[ rr>"ji *
preferred. Apply B ?' < ?t. n.rv. SI*
ROY?To set tvpe. Apply Printing Department
the A. O. Bliss Co.. 35 B st. n.w.
>'?t IY iwhitet. not under 16. for errand*: bring
references. Apply Merchants' Transfer and
Siorsjte fo.. 93ft K n.w.
BOYS (whltei. over 16 year*, a* Jumper* for
trucks. Apply Auto Delivery Co.. Center mittBOY
to learn the manufacturing Jewelry business;
muat have beat of reference*. Apply
40.1 11th *t. n.w. |
BOYS 25 lioy* with wheels guaranteed from $3
to $12 week: steady work Dime Messenger
Service. 717 J2th at DWj
? ARl'KNTER: experienced in putting In metal
weather strips Addren* ling 147. Star ?ifflre.
I.KKK?A market clerk: permanent position for
good man. Apply 1310 Wisconsin are. 2*
CLERK?Young men a* clerk in a real estate
office. Addre.i*. statine age. ejqyorlence and
salary expected. Box 112. Star office. 31*
COIXECTOK-Yoaaf man with bicycle, about 16
to 18 year* of age: must be bright, intelligent
and of neat appearance: none but hustler need
apply. Call Friday. 8:30 a.m.. Room 512.
Star oflce.
DRCG CI.ERK wanted. Junior, with 1 or 2
years' experience. Kenealy'a. North Capitol
and Eye.
ELECTRICIAN'S and helper* on concealed knob
and tulie work. Apply 4127 7th at. n.w.
FIRST CLASS cake and pie baker. Call Fuchs.
2r<% South Fayette. Alexandria. V?.
FIRST-CLASS PAPERHANGERS. Apply to John
C. Kulpp & Sona. 1400 II st. n.w.
FIRST CI.ASS OYSTER COOK (colored); good
wages for right party. 2100 14th n.w.
HOI'SEJIaX; experienced. $18 per month and
!?>ird. Apply offlee of Stonelelgb Court.
LOCOMOTIVE flretnen ard hrakemcn for rall.oads
In Washington "lclnlty, $80 to $100
>iion;hly; age 18 to -"V experience ucaeces :iry;
no strike; promotion to engineer, conductor;
railroad employing headquarters; no
iiatgi- for assistance to employment; state
* ;;je; send for application. Railway Association.
Dept. U. C., 227 Monroe at., Brooklyn,
Jv. Y. -
WANTED?HELP.
MALE.
LIVE aollrltor to sell a ffw shares for a good
staple household article. Address Winner. Star
office.
MAIL CARRIERS, post office clerks wanted;
Washington examinations daring November;
free coaching, franklin Institute. Dept. 43-T.
Rochester, f T. nod*
NEWSPAPER SOLICITOUS: lo men at once!
Apply Room 611. Star building.
OFFICE ASSISTANT (20);
knowledge bookkeeping; good, i
rapid writer; attentive and ac
curate; state salary and refer
ences. Address "Honesty," Star
office. <
(
I
"
One of the largest real
; estate hduses in the city has
an opening for two or three
good salesmen. All applications
will be treated as absolutely
confidential.
Address Box 109, Star office.
1
OYSTER snrCKER?<V>lnred man to shuck
oysters: must know something about cooking;
$10 per week; settled man preferred. 319 Pa.
ave. n.w. *
PORTER?With reliable reference* only. Box
l.M. Star office. 2*
PRESSEKS at once who thoroughly understand
scouring and preaslDg on ladles* and gents'
clothes: steady Job; wages. $12 week. 721 H
st. n.e. 1*
PRESSFEEPERS. Apply Printing Department,
the A. O. Bliss Co.. 3S B st. n.w.
PKESSERS at once who thoroughly understand
scouring and pressing on ladies' and gent's
clothes: steady Job: wages, $12 week. 721 H
st. n.c. 31*
RELIABLE MAN?Id grocery business. Apply
412 4th st. s.e. SMART
YOENG MAN wanted: motor oars, etc.; '
must hare some mean?; shareholder. Box 99,
Star office. 31*
SOLICITORS experienced ; pay dally. Call after *
4 p.m.. 1229 New York are. ^
TEN PAPERHANGERS-Plenty of work. Harry
H. Sherwood. 220H 14th at. n.w. .
USE Tour spare time to build up a mail order I
business of your own; we help you start for .
a share la profits; 27 opportunities; partle- ulars
free. Mutual Opportunities Exchange.
Buffalo. N. Y. oc31* .
WANT a baker. 1116 H st. n.e.
. j
WANTED?Colored Boys with
bicycles. Salary, ^>5 per week.
Apply Leverton & Co., 1106 G
st. n.w.
WANTED?Two high-class salesmen; experience
and reference required. Apply N. Johnson,
1340 North Carolina are, n.e. *
WANTED?Thoroughly experienced tailors on
women's coats. Apply Jnllus Oarflnkle k Co..
13th and F sta.
WE NEED IMMEDIATELY more men to prepare
for positions In the automobile business; good i
psy to reliable men. Call for information. !
715 and 717 13tb n.w.. In rear.
YOl'NG MAN to draw soda: experience, reference.
Affleck's Drug Store, loth and F sts.n.w.
YOl'NG Willir. MAN. with wheel, to collect.
Burton. Oil E st. n.w.
TOt'SG MAN In insurance office us bookkeeper,
stenographer and typewriter, and to make himself
generally useful: good salary to the right
man: must haTe bicycle. Address, in own handwriting.
giving experience, salary expected and
references. Box 149. Star office.
YOl'NG MAN about 16 years old, to be in up-todate
wallpaper store. Address Box 87. Star
office.
YOl'NG MAN, with Wc*cle. to learn real estate
business: salary. $4 per week to start. Call at
office between 1 and 2. Yellott k Stubblefleld,
14th ami 1' sts. n.w.
YOl'NG MAN to work in drug store. Apply
It M Wagner k Co.. 1st and H n.w.
YOl'NG WHITE BOY?To learn marking and assorting:
also hcarllr wratmer. Annl* Dn-iont
Lenndry. 2"?.P Sherman avr.
VOI'TH -With some experience iu shnpwork. for
factors. Herman Bamngarten Co., 414 10th st. n.w.
31* *
MALE AM) FEMALE.
ACT IVE MAN OR WOMAN to earn course lo (
SPINOLOGY. a lucrative profession similar to
osteopathy ant] chiropractic, at pleasant neighborhood
work. Call 807 District National Bank :
building. 1
CUTTING SCHOOL, .
MERCHANT TAILOR SYSTEM. 1
fNo charts). 8peclal terms for the season.
H- A Smith. 1714 V st. n.w. Phone K. 3851.
Pl'PlLS wanted for Instrnction In French. Prof. '
A. (lonanl. 10 Q at. n.e.: nitonc North 5636.
SINGERS fur musical elnh: free ctmcert training.
Apply Sllhy. the Hawthorne. 1527 I at. n.w. ?
* P OORAI'HF.RS Improve fh.el" ahothand and
their speed l.c r.ttendiot cur dictation
e< conducted each evening by experienced '
Si ceesa Shorthand School. 3rd floor, i 1
-jU bi-lldinj. -J2?; sr. n.w.; phone M.
" FEMALE.
A '.AI'Y thor oughly ex;>erience<] in selling, adjuat
lug and Instructing to take charge of aewing
innehlne dciwrtment. Apply to the Hub Furnltnrc
Pp.. 7th aud D sta. n.w. \
BRIGHT, young girls to pack bats. auMa and
oats; permanent positions. Apply at Mayer
Hn? * Co.. PS" and 938 F at. n.w.
CLERK A neat young lady as clerk. Apply
Huyler's. 12th and F. 2*
CLERKS Two bright, neat girls of 20 or 22 to
clerk In candy store: to those of business abtl- .
itv and not afraid of work a steady position (
in aasnred. (asaliiy'a, 12th and G n.w.
COAT HANDS wanted in alteration department. .
Apply A. L. Falk A Co.. 927 F at. n.w. i
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER forTegal work; mast .
be very rapid, good; permanent position. Rem- '
ington Typewriting Co. Employment Dept., 1340
N. Y. ave. p.w.
FIVE young women as experienced newspaper
solicitors. Apply Room 511. Star hldg.
H A .YDS for our alteration department. Apply J
at once to M. 1'bilipsborn A Co., Inc., 610
tlth st. n.w. *
LADY CLERK for confectionery store. Apply 1
ISM 14th st. u.w.
T . i Fi IPyJ f A Inu rn >/v I li ll i li ?pa nha 4
MJ IV <VU> U '.VIVI UUVlVftl yuviai \
<aid?. poatere. lantern slldee, portrait! and
landscape* at home or at studio. Any person,
young or okl. ran learn and make money from '
the a tart. Box 100. Star office.
MAKE a comfortable Urine *t home sewing *
plain seams; all home work; no canvassing;
any ordinary sewing machine; no dnll seasons: .
sen-era wanted for Washington and email
towns in I>iatrict. Maryland and Virginia;
state how much time can new; no trlfleee. J
Send lrt cents for postage, samples, etc.; returned
if not satisfactory. Home Sewera' Co., ,
Jobbers' Sewing Dept. R. Rehoboth. f>el.
RKKINFJt WOMIIN to solicit subscription* for
Washington Society, immediately. Sol Hibbi
building.
SALESLADIES, experienced in 1
china and housefurnishings, also
I experienced saleslady in cut glass
department. Apply to Supt., 1
ist floor, Palais Royal, G and
nth sts.
SALffiLAMKl- Brl|bt, active and good cbaracter.
Apply to Becker'a. 1M< T at. n.w. I*
CAT rCttrA\fT?\T <
j OnL.L.O V * UlU
i Experienced tn the following stocks: .
Stationery. Pictures,
Kngraring. Toys,
Jewelry. China,
Art Embroidery, Brlc-a-Brac,
Perfumery, <; lores.
Apply liefore 10 a.m.. Employment office,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
SECRETARY for correspondence school In
dietetics: typewriting not essential. Apply 11
a.m. or T p.m.. 1328 Rhode Island are, n.w.
THOROUGHLY experienced alteration hands
wanted on ladles' salts and gowns. Apply
' Erlebscher. 1222 V st. n.w.
?
WASTED?HELP.
FEMALE.
W AITREBSEtt?Two experienced. Apply at Mt.
Vernon Cafe, UU6 P?. are. n.w. *
WANTED?Brirht younfr flirt as saleslady for
millinery. Zimmermann, 1111 O at.
WANTED?Thoroughly experienced coat and
skirt bands. Apply Julias GsrOnkle A Co.,
13th and F eta.
WOMAN IMMEDIATELY?A woman who has
used Viarl successfully to All a splendid boaiuess
position. Apple by mail to Eastern Vlarl
Co.. ?12-918 Colorado bldg.
k'Ol'NG OIKI. to learn on man's costume rests;
pay while learning. 81Q 13th at. n.w. *
DOMESTIC.
^iriUDVDU tTIi an#l n-oitpaaK* noflt Crtlftrcd
it' aun ?? * ? ? ? ? ?-?*
girl: must have references from parties now
residing in city. Apply 2021 Mas*, are.
CHAMBERMAID- Apply .{213 Q at. n.w.
XJLORED WOMAN wanted, in city, first-class,
who thoroughly understand* American cooking;
prfyatc family; kltchenwork only: no laundry;
mnat stay nights, bare flrst-class referen<-es;
$25 a month; permanent place. Address Box
92. Star office.
COOK and houseworker, $20; small family; no
lanndry. Other places. Ladles' Exchange, m?7
Vermont axe. 1*
COOK twhlte), $36; cook for three. $30; good
plain cooks. $23. $20; kltcbenmalds. general
houseworkers. Ladles' Exchange. NO" Vermont
ate. 1*
POOK aud do general housework; no washing
and Ironing: must atay nights and hare reference;
small family. 1N3H B"lmont road.
'OOK-Woman, in lunchroom. 213 K st. s.w.
X>OK?Honest woman to conk. wash and iron;
go home nights. Apply HO# Otis place n.w.
300K AND GENERAL HOUSEWORKER? Neat
settled woman, city references. 1849 Lamout
n.w.
XK>K AND GENERAL HoUSElVOBKER?Neat.
capable girl wanted. 2125 15th st. n.w. 31*
XK>K AND GENERAL HOUSEWORK ER- No
washing; references required; atay nighta. 1734
lamont st.
XlOK and bouseworker, experienced. Apply at
once. 114 2nd st. s.e. 1*
MINERAL HOUSEWORK ETC -Girl for general
housework. 1755 Park road. 1*
JENERAL HOl'SEWtiRK?Settled woman, small
family; go home nights; wages. $10. 717 Fin.
ave. n.e.
JENERAL HOUSEWORK?Colored woman;
must stay nights. 1120 5th st. n.w.
JENERAL HOUSEWORKER--White; small prlrate
family; stay nights. 905 Mass. are. n.w.
1*
JENERAL HOUSEWORK KR rook, wash and
Iron; neat colored woman: $14. Apply after 7,
Apt. 31. Madrid. 18th anil Kalorama. 31*
JENERAL HOUSEWORK ER?Girl for general
housework. Apt. 506. the Sherman. 31*
jAI'NDRESS White, to rent 8-room house and
do $60 worth work a month from hotel next
door. Apply 1224 13th at. 2*
J OUT HOUSEWORKER wanted; white woman;
stay nighta; bring reference. 912 New
York are. n.w. 31*
STRSE. child's twhlte). $SP; nurse, $25; Ger
J J BOA T 1 V_
man uui M*. nurw*! vusmu, f?u. uauics u.**
ohanpe. 807 Vermont are. 1*
STRONG, refined white woman, competent nurse,
for child IS months old; not too younjf or old.
18*1) Lainont ?t. n.w.
WAITRESS. competent, white. $St?; waitress.
$25: nlso chambermaids, parlormaids. ladles'
maids. Ladles' Exchange. 807 Vermont aTe. 1*
VIIITK COOK Good wages. MM 14th st. n.w.
VHITE GIRL for general housework, for couple
employed; pood home; pood pay. Call after 8
p.m.. 533 Kenyan st. n.w. 1*
VOMAN?Reliable, to cook, wash and Iron.
1818 1?tli st.
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
MALE.
LCDITOK, .MANAGER OR SALESMAN: ABILITY
TO RENTIER VALUABLE ASSISTANCE IN
ANY BRANCH OF MERCANTILE BUSINESS;
ALL - AROUND BUSINESS EXPERIENCE;
GOOD REFERENCES: SERVICES AVAILABLE
AT MODEST SALARY. BOX 144. STAR OKPICE.
-*
JARTENDEIt by younp single man; best of reference.
Box 113. Star office. SI*
"ANDY MAKER -Ali-nroiiud: satin-finish nott-I
pat; jelly work; wants position. Box 150,
Star office. J
'AKFKNTER WORK?By pood mechanic and
sober man; will work cheap. 003 1 st. n.w.
31* .
XILLECTOR or Inside work by young married
man; pood reference. Box 114, Star office. 1*
DRAFTSMAN with two years' experience desires
position; praduate mechanical engineer.
Box 135. Star office.
3XGIXEER or fireman, by colored man. 2431
15th st. n.w. 31*
5XPERT BOOKKEEPER wants set books to
keep, day or evening: satisfaction guaranteed;
terms reasonable. Box 104. Star office. 1*
IOOD penman desires copy work: translations
Russian. German and French. Box 81. Star
office. 31*
ANITOR?Attend furnaces, or housecleanln; of
any kind, by colored man; good refa. 150S 10th
st. n.w. 31*
.ABOKEU? Wants place. 41?> K st. s.e. *
MANAGER. fnriu, also experienced with garden
work; best of reference!-. C. E. Norrls, Silver
Spring, Md. 2*
*ATKRHANGERS Two. first-class, want work
evenings; satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Main
8346.
STENOGRAPHY, bookkeeping or ad writing-Experienced
man wants work several evenings a
week. Box 128. Star office.
DOMESTIC.
H'TLER- Wanted. a place as first-class butler.
1121 19th at. n.w. 31*
Sl'TIiF.Ktt texperienced!, second men. housemen,
chefs, chauffeurs and other help supplied. Ladles'
Exchange. 807 Vermont ave. 1*
MALE AXD FEMALE.
;Oi ?K and useful man: German couple wish
position in private family; city or country.
1208 H st. n.w. 3i?
FEM ILK. !
i TEACIIEK would like pupils to coadt in ar th
metlc; rates. ?l an hour. Box 111, Star office.
4* _ _
JONVELESCEXT NURSE?By young woman with
hospital experience, position. Phone Columbia
1723 or address 1347 Irving st. 31*
5XPERIENCBD OTF.NOGRAPHER desires position
In office; references: salary, flO per week.
The Reynolds School. 1449 U.
POSITION as companion, care of invalid or
housekeeper In widower's home: middle-aged
widow (white). Box 140. Star office. 1*
JEJWIXG In families, by competent dressmaker;
cutting, fitting and designing; coats, suits,
street and evening dresses. Address Box 139,
Star office. 2*
SEWING In families: tailor coats, specialty;
also remodeling, cutting and fitting. Box 138,
Star office.
EVILI. give home and mother's care to infant or
young child. Trained Nurse, Box 24. Takonia
Park. D. C- 3*
rwfc ?J lAKTIf '
wf.TI m
HAMBKRMAID or waitress. Wanted, a Rood
place. Call morning*. 1622 10th at. n.w.,
city. 1*
miAMBRRWORK and waiting by good, reliable
colored girl; good references. Call at 2231
Q at- n.w. (present place).
CHAMBERMAID-Waitress?Capable, neat. Intelligent;
personal reference. Other experienced
housemaids. All capacities competent domestic
help supplied. Ladles' Exchange, 807 Verroont
see. 1*
CHAMBERMAID? Colored girl from the country
wants place; stay nights. 1736 13th at. n.w.
31*
COOK?By colored woman; go home nights; good
reference. 415 K at. n.w. 1*
COOK, competent; fourteen years last family.
Other experienced cooks, laundresses, kltchenmrids.
i-ooks and houseworkers, waitresses,
chambermaids. ladies' maids. attendants,
nurses, governesses, butlers, etc. I/edies' Exchange,
807 Vermont av#. 1*
IXiOK or chambermaid? Rellabl* colored girl.
i14d 8th st. n.w.
[JOOK: reliable colored wocnan; stay nights;
wages. $20; ref. Phone X. 3415-M. 1325 S
st. n.w.
LXKJK; reliable colored woman: mornings and
evenings. 131.3 Wallach pi. n.w.
COOK, experienced maids, refa.; general worker
and nurse girl. Phone N. 2180. 1*
GEN:KRAir lit)USEWOUK. morning" and evening^
or all day. by reliable colored girl. 1615 O
st. u.w.. flat No. 3.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK ER. girl. Call at 3415
Ashley terrace. Cleveland Park. 2*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK?Small family or
chambermaid. Call 2218 11th st. n.w.
HOUSEWORK: reliable colored woman; good
cook. 1317 W st. n.w.
HOUSEWORK. Kit Unliable colored girl wlsl.cs
place In small family. 2248 11th ?t. li.w.
LAUNDRY to take home by experienced laundren.
122128th n.w. , 31*
Laundress ? Wanhlngs wanted: flrst-olas*
work: clothes dried in open ulr. Phone Columhla
4403. nol*
NEAT colored girl for light housework; Rood
reference. Call 1B36 Church st. n.w. ' 31*
NURSE, child's; 5 years one family. Other
nurses. Number other experienced help. La
dies' Exchange. 807 Vermont are. 1*
OFFICE or house work by neat girl, mornings
and evenings. 1318 T n.w. 2*
OFFICE, laundry or day's work by reliable colored
woman: refs. 1117 4th ft. n.w. 31*
RELJAHLE OIK!, wishes place an cook or
chambermaid. 1429 X st. n.w., 3rd floor. *
WORK morning and evening, or by the day; neut
colored girl. 774 Morton nt- n.w.
STOVES AND FURNACES^
IS TOUR HOME WARM? PREPARE FOR
cold weather before the rush; heating expertfurnace,
1 strobe and stove work. V. WHITE,
70S O st. s.e. Phone Lin. 2399-M.
STOVES AND FURNACES PUT IX lst-CLASS
condition by expert repairmen. Guttering ad
snouting. General repairing. Estimates given.
Try oa. 8. AUBINOE.U80 H n.e. Ph-X.lncn.2742.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
FOLDINQ KODAK. IN GOOD CONDITION*: i
convenient slae for oarrrinp. Call between 5
and 7 p.m. Friday or Saturday, at 1404 M st.
n.w. 1*
PHONE N. 8828?AND MAN~WILL'CALl71MME- ]
dlately to ptTe you the hipheat cash price for
men's old clothe*, shoe*, etc.; make yourself
aotne Xmas money. J. COHEN. lltM^h n.w.
IF YOU WANT A SQUARE DEAL 1W SELL- j
lng your furniture, consult the SQUARE DEAL
FURNITURE CO., 501 I ?t.. or phone Main
5636. Will call and pay best prices.
WANTED?BILLIARD TABLE, 4L,x?; MUST
be in perfect condition and cheap for cash.
Tel. Columbia 26H1. 31* .
WANTED?AT ONCE, SECOND-HAND HOT- 1
air furnace, with pipes ami registers: must be
in pood condition. AddrcsR Bos 119, Star
office. 1*
WANTED- T?> PURCHASE SALOON: MUST
be- reuaonahle; no broker need apply. B?x
120. Star office. 1 *
HOUSE ELECTRIC- BELL REPAIRING SUP~
A. olooteioSn.. W111 ...11 enacnnahln
|'l ivn Ml , ? it"\ iii? lull t* til i nil, i ram/uaiM^
charges; prompt work. Phone N. 1731 or address
VERMILLION. 2107 11th at.
WE WANT ALL THE OLD MIRRORS YOU
hare to resllver like new at very low coat; .
quadruple plated and guar. Thone M. 5977-M. 1
MAX BROTSKY A SON. 031 F at. n.w.
LAWYERS. ATTENTION!
WANTED, second-sand set of Pacific Reporter, .
decisions of the Department of the Interior relating
to public lands and recent law textbooks.
State exact condition and lowest price of each.
Address Box OS, Star office. 3*
WE BUY ALL KINDS OF OLD CLOTHING;
highest cash prices.
M. COHEN. 903 4Vs at. a.w.
WANTED?FURNITURE; ALSO MERCHAN- 1
<Hse of any kind. Send for me ar.d get best
price. L. NOTES. 500 'Jth at. n.w. Phone
North 5349.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN 1
clothing, ladles', gents' and children's shoes and
hats. Send postal, will call any hour..
BEN BASS. 39* 4t? st. a.w. .
SAVE THIS AD1?SAVE THIS AD! IF PRE- 1
seated with this ad, will make repairs worth
12.50 to $8 on any American watch for 11.50.
M. DONZIS, 813 G St. n.w.
WANTED-ALL THE OLD USELESS GOLD :
and stiver lying idle In your possession. Din- 1
monds.Jewelry and silverware bought and sold,
0. F. KARR, Jeweler. 014 13th at., above F.
j
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR OLD
gold, silver, watches, diamonds and Jewelry of
all descriptions. SELINGER'S. 820 F st. n.w. j
HOUSEKEEPERS ? T1ILS WEEK. ORDINARY j
windows expertly cleaned. Co ea.; floors waxed,
polished, stained, rarnlshed. rellnir.hed. Postal
ELLIOTT. 14?M> You st. n.w. Phone X. 3958.
WATCH REPAIRING BY SKILLFUL. WELL ]
experienced watchmaker. All repairs guaranteed.
Cleaning, $1. Mainspring, $1. M. BLUMEXFELD,
Jeweler, 3010 14th st. Ph. Col. 776.
WANTED?IF YOU HAVE ANY FURNITURE J
KV1D CAT IT cuvn uno ?
vi? tmiiij cr<>* * run
MARCUS NOTES. 414 9th ST. N.W.,
AND YOU WILL OBTAIN THIS
BEST RESULTS. PHONE MAIN S171. ]
WANTED?TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS.
When selling. why not drop postal to an old.
reliable firm? II. MARKS. 424 10th at., opposite
the Gas office, or phone Col. 161-M. .
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL 1
kinds of second-hand furniture. Drop postal
or phone Main 7544. A. MILLER'S Furniture
HoinW . SQ2 K n.w. | ]
WILL CALL IX MY UNLETTERED WAC.ON, .
city or suburbs, and pay rou highest prices for
ladles', gentlemen's, children's discarded nothing
of all description. Address postal or phone.
I will call. W. RICE, 13P.2 7th n.w. N. 1755.
IIIOHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN
clothing, ladies', gents' and children's shoes
and hats:-send postal or phone: will call. J.
TARSIIKS. 130S 7th n.w. Phone North 4>9.
RELICS OF THE OLDEN TIMES BOUGHT.
Mahogany furniture, clocks, candelabra, china.
jewelry, silver. paintings, bead bags, snuff boxea.
YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. 815 I7th st. n.w.
WE PAY $3 TO $15 EACH FOR OLD FEATHER
BEDS. SEE US BEFORE SELLING.
CAPITAL BEDDING CO..
1323 7th N.W. PHONE NORTH 526.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR CASTolT
clothes, ladies', gentlemen's hnd children'*.
Drop postal or phone s. BERNSTEIN, 1314 7th
st. Phone North 4390-Y.
BIG MONEY PAID FOR FURNITURE. HOUSEhol<1
goods and merchandise of all kinds. Entire
eontects bought. D. NOTES. 015 La. ave.
M. "000.
GOOD PRICES PAID FOB HOUSEHOLD FUUNIture
of every description. Also office furniture,
store fixtures, stocks of merchandise?entire contents
i.ought. EDGAR BAUM. 622 K st. n.vr.
BOOKS. ENGRAVINGS AND AUTOGRAPH
letters of prominent persons purchased for cash.
THE RARE BOOK SHOP.
SIS 17th st.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN
garments; ladles', gentlemen's, children's shoes
and hats. Address postal. I will call.
A. KEBESKY. 002 AM, a.w. Phone 5890-M.
WANTED-FURNITURE. PIANOS. CARPETS,
etc. Phone M. 12S2 for wagon, or have us
call. "WRSCHLKR'S." 920 Pa. ave. n.w. i
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR DIA- monds.
jewelry, old gold and silver; pawn 1
tickets bought.
DOITS ABRAHAMS. SIS G at.
WANTED?IT HMTlTtK FOR CASH. SELL ! .
your goods to the man who gives you the moat ! ?
money.
HOP WOODS. 8th and K.
FOB THE LADIES^ j
M. B. HAIUTON.
The Ladles' Tailor
That gives you a faultless fit,
929 II at. n.w. 3
N. BOXDAROFF. TAILOR?LADIES' WORK A
specialty. Suits made to order at lowest prices.
Let me clean, dye or repair your i
clothes. 93tt Eye St. n.w.
HORGAN, FURRIER.
All kinds of furs altered and repaired.
Estimates cheerfully given.
733 13th st. n.w. Phone M. 0003.
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION GIVEN
each patron of the mlllinerv parlor of
Miss K. CiHtNELlStiX.
Room 210 Kenois building,
lllh ami G sts. Take elevator.
LADIES, investigate the new ja-rfeetlon tailor
system of dress cutting; tl:e very latest, best *
fitting, most easily learned: showing the best
lines and curves; diplomas awarded; positions
furnished: $10 course; day and evening
classes. Mine. Kowden. 1102 14th st .n.w.
_ $1.00. ~~ 1
All kinds of sew-ing machines repaired and
warranted. Phone or postal.
OrPENHEIMER'S.
800 E at. n.w. j
L MEXDELSOX, LADIES' TAILOR?BROADclotb
suits, worth $40 and $45, for $80; $80
and $85 tailorraade suits for $22.50, or, with
your own material, $12. 2022 14th st. n.w. 1*
WEAR A BEAUTIFUL TAIIORMADE SUIT. '
only $30; the equal of any $50 suit; a perfect
fit guaranteed or no pay; all the newest stylish
fabrics; remodeling at half price. H. DIEN'ER,
LADIKP' TAILOR AXI) DESIGNER, Kenois
b'dg.. 11th and G sts. 1?
TRY AMERICAN BKAI'TV BALM: PUODL'CES
soft, clear skin; has wonderful skin foo.l qualities;
."Oc jar. My Cream of Violets kills all
odors of perspiration. A. I. .TONF.S. ?V!S T.tli st. |
Mil LINER. ARTISTIC. STYLISH: HOME OR ! 1
out; moderate; feathers made. dved. cleaned,
curled; hat frames. Phone Main 7949. 1010
Eye st. n.w.
" SWORZYN'8 " i
WOOLENS AND TRIMMINGS.
Supplies for tailors and dressmakers.
929-931 G st. n.w. Phone M. 7162.
Write for Encyclopedia. It's free.
CLARA H. CUNNINGHAM, '
Expert Furrier, 1011 K st. n.w.
Remodeling, Repairing, Redyeing of Fine Far
Garments a Specialty. Phone Main 904.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FELT AND BBA- <
ver hata re blocked and shaped like new in
latest stylea. Dyeing and cleaning. Satlsfactlon
gnar. VIENNA HAT CO.. 428 11th at. n.w.
BK Sl'RK AND HEAR MY PRICES BEFORE you
have your upholstering done; chair caning, 1
renovating and repairing a specialty. J. F.
SMITH, 2031 Nichols nve.. Anacostia.
$1 SKIRT HOUSE. il! *
Fonnerly of 90S 14th st. n.w.. la now located
in larger and more convenient quarters. Complete
line of advanced stylea at remarkably low
prices. Misses' suits, .?25 up. Estimate suits,
$3.1 up. Fitted skirts, all stylos. $C..10.
H. HARRIS. LADIES' TAILOR. 710 11th St. n.w.
LADIES' BEAVER. FELT.* AND HATS OF
every description cleaned, dyed and blocked
in the latest styles. DAVE NEUFELD, 81?
Oth at. n.w. "MAKER OF CORRF.CT HATS."
SPECIALIST IN OSTRICH FEATHERS?CURL- i
ed. cleaned, dyed and repaired; long ones mada
from short ones. Reasonable prices. Miss
M. C. DALY. 47 H at. n.w. Pb. L. 1TQ2.
PERSONAL. 5
OUT OF THE GREAT CONFLICTING
n-ass of advice regarding the disponing of
men'* worn suit*. overcoat*, pants, etc., did ]
you ever think that one-price, rush-down offer
was the best going, and pavs to try us?
JUSTH'S OLD" STAND. >119 D.
BRADFORD DETECTIVE SERVICE. * 1
Colorado building. 14th and G. Phone Mala
2f.26. Founded 1885. Licenced and bonded.
Expert secret service. Any cause, all sections. 3
Night phone. Columbia 1924. nol*
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR LADIES'
and cents' carmen ta. furs, shoes, old cold and
silver, etc. COHEN'S BARGAIN STORE,
1240 7th st. n.w. Drop postal, will call.
LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS CLEANED. j
pressed and repaired; up-to-date methods; kid
gloves and hats my specialty. Mrs. A. THOMPSON.
2125 Pa. ave. Phone <V. 1151-Y.
PHYSICIAN'S WIDOW W1I.L BOARD OR ;
adopt infant, either rex; physicians' references.
Second floor. 701 H at. n.w. 31* SCIENTIFIC
SWEDISH MASSAGE PAKLOR, FOR
face and scalp; medicated vapor steamer used;
trial treatment. 60c. I.OL'TSK STONE. 30S Kenols
hldg.. 11th nn^ Q. Phone Main 6010-Yf. :
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK:
Ladles' one-piece un lined wool or silk *
dresses cleaned. 92.25.
SPINDI.KR'S. 007 12tli n.w. Plione Main 2704.
VACUUM CLEANEES.
ELECTRIC AND HAND OPERATED VACUUM .
CLEANERS RENTED. $1.50 PER DAT; <
OPERATORS Fl RXISTTED IF DESIRED.
BOOM 303, McQILL BLDO.. PHONE MAIN
v'
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE?STEJN WAY UPRIGHT PIANO.
$215: $5 monthly payment*; originally cost
$550; a rare bargain. K. G. SMITH PIANO
CO.. 1217 F at. n.w.
A PICTURE FRANK TO SUIT AT A SAVING
of 25 to 40 per cent; artistic. well made and
prompt. RELIABLE PICTURE FRAME CO..
1829 14th at. Ph. N. 2048.
!F YOU CAN FIND BETTER QUALITY OYF.Reoats
aLywbere at $3 to $10. why it's up to
you to trade there; our* are made by heat
tailors of beat material, but they are slightly
used; but there's many a poor man will aave
pood cash and pet fine Talue in thia stork.
One Price. JUSTH'S OU> STANIl. 019 I>.
IVILL TAKE YOUR OLI? PIANO. SQUARE OR
upripht. as first payment on any new piano iu
oiir ware rooms: $5 monthly payments; no Internet
rharped. New pianos. $175. $185. $200.
$225. $250 nnd upward. New 8K-note players.
$350 up: R8-note Aero-Tone player. $325: easy
trj-nis; $s<hi ('tinkering prand. $150; hiph-prade
Stultz A- Bauer pianos. $350. Piano tuning.
$1.5". Open evenings. HELBIG BROS.. Estab.
30 yrs.. 1742 7th st. n.w.
OU R BEST JEWELRY IS f?AFH HERE. Repairing:
atones aunnlied: settings examined.
etc. DEFIBAUGH, JEWELER. 21 H st. n.w.
Phone Linen. 2665.
FURS ? MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE SETS,
ladles should arall themselves at this*exceptional
opportunity. Room 304. Kenola building,
opposite Palais Royal.
FINEST FURNITURE?LIBERAL TERMS.
GLOBE FURNITURE GO.
We want to show you our mahogany, bird'seye
maple and golden oak furniture--in fact,
ail home furnishing necesslties-and explain
our easy paying credit system. Two stores:
1023 7th at. n.w.: 707 M st. n.w.
FOR SAIjE?STANDARD MAKE PLATER-PTano
<88-note), fully guaranteed good as new.
to go at half original price. F. G. SMITH
PIANO CO.. 1217 F st. n.w.
LAWNS?NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE AND
renew. Let us estimate. Fruit and shade tree*,
hedges, bulbs, shrubs, etc. WASH. BULB CO.,
185 X. C. nve. s.e.. ctly.
"OR SALE?MAHOGANY BOOKCASE; PAID
for same a short time ago $1<J6 from a leading
furniture bouse: will sell same if aold at
once for $50. Inquire of Janitor at Florence
Conrt West. California are. and Phelps.
FUR MAUFACTURERS' SAMPLE SETS; 8PEcial
designs; high grade, low prices. Room
30* KcnoU building. Phone Main S89. 1*
iMANoT UPRIGHT. GOOD AS NEW, CAN BE
pnrchased now for $90; cost $350. 3215 14th
st. n.w. 5?
:'LA YKR-PIA NO?WILL SELL FOR $250. INcluding
Itench and music. 125 R st. n.w. 5*
FOR SALE STEIN WAY SQUARIMMANO. ONI/Y
$05; $3 monthly payments; splendid for children's
practice. F. G. SMITH PIANO CO..
1217 F st. n.w.
1 T i* A nntUTGW o Ti/wcr nr a oticT A VTA ro
i i n.n nir u.u ?-111111 ii HAillloiA.iii, iiu
square Tarda of linoleum. $2 grade: also sixchair
mirror case. Apply H. S. ROBINSON,
433 Oth st. n.w. 1?
'OR SALE?AT A VERY LOW PRICE. 3 OAS
globe arc lamps. In good condition. Call at
418 Oth st. n.w. '
SIGH-GRADE TAILORED SHITS, EASILY
worth $20, In cheviots and serges, bine, black
and brown, guaranteed satin linings, this week,
for $12.90. At SIGMHXD'8 Suit and Hat
Shop for women. 736 7th st. n.w.
"INK KEKDESTON ORIENTAL RUG. O^xltV,
antique, perfect condition: sacrifice. $25. 511
12th st. n.w.
rOR SAI.E ? LARGE SIZE SAFE, POPULAR
make. 363 Pa. ave. n.w. 1?
Jl'ELG TIANO CO.
ONLY
3 MORE DAYS.
Special Fall Clearance Sale.
Any piano delivered on payment of $10.
Gabler upright was $450: now $65
Harvard upright was $300: now $75
Bradbury upright was $500; now $100
Chlckerlng upright was $500; now $100
Kimball upright was $450; now $125
Shoninger upright. .. .was ?350; now $150
Ludwlg was $500; now $225
Iters & Pond was $450; now $250 |
Kimball upright was $500: now $250
Autop'ano was $do0; now $250
Pianola was $550; now $275
Demonstrating Player.was $50u; now $375
Music rolls exchanged, regardless of
where purchased.
JUELG PIANO CO..
G at 13th at.
'OK SALE?DRESS SUIT. SIZE 38: HEIGHT.
3 ft. 1<> in.; also one overcoat, same size. An.'
rearonable price considered. 1919 Calvert at.
n.w. 31*
IIAMOXD?Blue white solitaire <1'a:r.ond ri.nr:
coat $300; will sell for $2-3. Address Box 01,
StHr office. 31*
Ml! SALE?UPRIGHT PIANO, LEADING
make; nice condition musically; only $195. on
$5 monthly payments: rare value. F. G.
SMITH PIANO CO.. 1217 F at. n.w.
4ANDOLIN?A itood mandolin for sale, reasonable.
Apply to ANTHONY CRJVELL. 925 H
at. n.e. SI*
)ESKS?SEVERAL FLAT-TOP DESKS. GOOD
condition, reasonable. Room 511. McGill building.
31*
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES.
$20 to $18: $1 down. Superior for embroidery
and plain sewing. Repair estimates free. 913
fith st. n.w. Phone Ma'ti 3838.
SEWING MACHINES
of c-err make repaired and rented. Sold from
$."" up; casr pavments. Supplies. Phone Main 1
323.'.. T.tii'CiX, :tr.i and M s ? n.w.
.ET US ESTTM ATE ON YOUR WINDOW !shades.
We handle only the best material; !
prices reasonable. Formerly with W. B. Moses ;
& Son*. J. A. MARCEROX & BUO.. 1239 !
Good Hope road. Phone Liacoln 1770.
'OR SALE?THREE BRUNSWICK BALKECollender
pool tables; also complete set of
fixtures; if sold at once, price, $225. Apply
609 E n.w., after 6 o'clock. Apartment 7. 1*
"OR SALE?GOOD QUALITY OPAQUE SHADES. 1
fitted to your windows, only 36c; the best
quality oil opaque shades. 50c; hung free. We
call with samples. KLEEBLATTS.
. 11th end H ats. n.e.
dY ENTIRE OUTFIT OF GROCERY AND
meat market fixtures, including refrigerator.
patent bin counters, show cases, etc. Come
and pick nut what you want or make offer for
entire outfit. Must he sold at once. J. WM.
WEBER. 401 II st. n.e.
UAGMFH'KNT SKI OF BLACK FUICS. $15: ;
value. $45: latest model: perfectly new: will ;
call, or come to mv home: Ids bargain. Ad
(in-Bs jin, uox .isi. ft-iar oruce.
BSTBY ORGAN. 0 STOPS. FINE CONDITION,
on'v $25. 011 $1 weoklv |M?yineitts; cost origlitally
$100. F. G. SMITH PIANO CO.. 1217
F st. n.w.
IEDGE-CAL. PRIVET; NEARLY EVERgreen:
grows fast; perfectly hardy; 2, 3 and
4 years old; tine plants from $2.90 per 100 up.
WASHINGTON BULB CO., 139 N. Carolina
aye, s.e. no24*
WE NEED OLD GOLD AND SILVER FOR
manufacturing purposes, will pay the highest
prices. If you wish to dispose of a diamond
see A. KAHN. 989 F at. n.w.
)NE 06 1 BALL BEARING SINGER. $39; ONE
cabinet grand Standard, lis; one 27-4 8tnger
all attachments, $26. Other machines from $S
to $99. O. C. SMITH, 31S Pa. aye. s.e. Ph.
Linen. 448. !
SEW SUIT .EVERY WEEK FOR $1 A MONTH.
Cleaning, dyeing, repairing. Ladles' garments
remodeled n specialty. WASHINGTON TAILORING
CO.. 921 G at. n.w. Phone M. 4976.
BF.ST VALUES EVER OFFERED
IN UPRIGHT PIANOS.
VOSE UPRIGHT $290
STKINWAY UPRIGHT $2S0
RHONINGEU UPRIGHT $250
KKABE UPRIGHT.. $175 I
SOHMER UPRIGHT $175
KIMBALL UPRIGHT $125
Many others. Easy terms.
O. J. DeMOLL ft CO..
12tli and G wts. ,
VINDOW SHADES AND AWNINGS. ? WE '
inur a ip?::su; "i urai-ciaas vu opaque anmaus
banc at ftOr each. A card will bring salesman.
It. C. M. BURTON ft SON. Oil E at. n.w.
a an-corrBR hoof faint. bo% cheaper
than metallic paint when length of service ia
considered. GEO. X. HOLLAND CO.. Hardware.
Faints. 15th and II n.e.
jest listless floor oil. :t.V per gal.;
Yale and other keys duplicated. 20c each.
enterprise hardware co..
Phone Main 5Q.*?1. :'2~ Otii st. n.w.
MANO~BARGAINS?1600 FISCHER. $210: $4i*>
Vosp. $170; $300 Ruca. $160. and 30 other
splendid bargains. HUGO WOT1CH. ilio G.
liems. circulars. church notices. etc.,
Krinted at loweat prices. Our leader. 500
uslness cards. 75c. Write for estimate.
NEW YORK PRIXTERY. 520 7th at. a.w. j
KUG WEAVING.
1UGS WOVEN FROM OLD CARPETS AND
silk portleraa. Estimates free. Ru carpet. ]
36c per yard. RELIABLE RUG WEAVING
CO.. 704 R. I. are. Phone N. 2489.
T HEALTH MOVEMENT' ,
HA VI SCIENCE OK HEALTH; NATURAL?
non-surgical; cloth-bound. 400-pag* book free.
Apply by mail. 91(1 Colorado building. Free
lecture for women Wednesdays nf 2:30.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. ~
MOVEMENT CURE; STRICTLY SCIENTIFIC:
specialty nerves, stomach; ladles, gentlemen
treated. A. LINDERSKOLD. M. G.. of
Sweden. 1?2 p.m.. 414 Kenots hldg. M. 5431.
GUN REPAIRING! ' 1
3UNS AND FIREARMS FOR SALE; REPAIR- i
lB( and cleaning; factory and hand-loaded
shells. GEO. A. EMMONS, aucceasor .to Vn.
' Wagner. 207 Pa. ave. a.e.
AUTOMOBILES.
FOR SALE. C
FOR SALE? ACTOMOBILK. ?W-? PIERCE ARrow
seTen-passcnger touring ear; complete In 1
every particular and wtmnN: practically
1912 model; run about 5.t~"H? tulle*; cost $6,309.
Add re*.* Sl? Connecticut avp. 9* ^
KKIT RCXABOCT?22-11.1'.; IN At CONDItlon:
cheap to quick buyer. Rear of 1411-1413
V *t. n.w. 2*
FOR SALE?SlfVF.X PASSENGER AI'TOMOblle;
top. wind shield and pas lamps: 40 b<>rse. power:
will sell cheap If wold at once;. $350.
WILLIAM CLEVER, 1911 7th st. n.w. 2*
Al'Ttt CAR. 4 CYLINDERS: 40 H.I'.; J1ST THB
thing for truck or hacking: $4<*t. 1811 14th
st. n.w. "j
STONE BRriSBS. "CETST JABS. 1'tJXCTCRF.S.
blowouts?In fact, any tire damage or retreading
best handled by experienced Tulcantsers.
GRADY. 1620 L st. n.w. IMi. M. 2279.
1911 SEVEN-PASSENGER STCDEBAKER?IN 1
perfect running order and practically good as
new. Can be seen at 829 14tli st., the Studeoaker-Garford
show room.
STANLEY- FINE CONDITION; LOW PRICE; I
automatic Are control; quick detachable tires.
Apply 1332 19th st. n.w. 1*
GOOD FOR MOTORIST TO KNOW?ALL
farms of tire injury yield to WIlson-Goucher
Co.'s expert vulcanizing "Free air on tap." .
1705 14th st. Phone X. 3791. 5
rSED AUTOS ON HAND FOB SALE.
Peerlesa 7-paasenger touring ear, $1,000.
E-M-F touring ear, $CN>.
Will <leinon8trate anv time. Phone X. 190.
FEDERAL MOTOR CO.. 1521 l?th at. .
WANT TO RIDE? RIDE FAST? HERE'S A
snap! An extremely fast Oldsmobile roadster
in perfect condition, even to tires, cheap at .
$700. If taken this week can lie bought for J
$525. A demonstration will prove It's the one
chance In a thousand.
FEDERAL MOTOR CO.. ,
1521 14th st. Phone X. 190. 1
VOlJIt TIRE EQUIPMENT WILL TOST YOU
LESS?obtaining maximum service?through
perfect workmanship on repairs by BICKLY & 1
CO.. 1219 U st. n.w. Ph. X. 37fl0.
1 KNOW YOU'LL BLOW 90c FOR A QT. OK
Liquid Veneer Body Polish, just to get the screwdriver
free; It's a dandy. 5-gal. Amalle. I
$1.50. VERMILLION. 2107 14th st. Pb. N. 1724.
1912. SPEEDWELL?DEMONSTRATOR SF.VF.Npassenger;
fully equipped and in excellent condition;
electric lights, etc.; a bargain. A.
LOFFLER CO.. 3830 Georgia ave. ;
FOR SALE-THREE DART DELIVERY CARS,
in fine condition; very reasonable: 1.000 pounds
^capacity: one Bnick delivery wagon, in good condition;
will demonstrate. CONGRESSIONAL
GARAGE. 028 Pa. ave. s e.
INSTALL A MARVEL CARBURETOR AND IM- :
prove your car 10(V>. Export repairing a specialty.
R. E. LANKFORD. 714 7tn st. n.e.;
Linen. 1490-M.
MAXWELL RUNABOUT; FINE CONDITION;
four new tires; cheap for cash. Col. 1557. j
i
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING PURchase
of a six-cylinder Oldsmoblle, (
you can save money by communicating
with Bov 333, Star office.
<
CALL MAIN 7592: "WE TOW YOU IN. '
Automobile repairing.
EDMUND O. CAllL. 023-25 II st. n.w.
Buppura, >.?asniine. <?us. eic.
FOR SALE ? FIRST-CLASS SF.COND HANP
limousine body, also touring body, cheap. 622
G ?t. n.w.
USELESS ATTTOMORII.ES BOUGHT AT GOOD
prices. Sell your old tires, tubes, etc.. for
highest market value. Spot cash. I8ADORE
OLASSER. 202." 7th st. n.w. Phone X. 39T91013
MARION* TOURING CAR, FULLY j
equipped, run less than 500 miles; $1.7<M).
1000 Buick touring car, in good condition;
$700. POTOMAC MOTOR CAR CO., 1313 H
st. n.tv. HANDSOME
BABOOCK ELECTRIC VICTORIA;
fine condition: with new batteries; $45o. Oth^r
used {** and electric cars for sale. Soutbworth-Keiser
Co., Electric Vehicle Rcpairincr. ! ,
rear 132o L st. Phone M. 223ft. | '
HANDY SHOP FOR MX. PLEASANT MOTORIST:
skilled .work on nil cars; expert overhauling.
COLUMBIA GARAGE. M. T. Nore*. 141.1 Col. 1
ct.. liet. Col. rd. A Irvine. Ph. Co!. 3413.
AUTO TIKE REPAIRING ItY TIRE EXPERTS? ,
Same rubber, same falirirs. some skilled labor '
as factcrv work- secures maximum service, j
FRANK SHORE. 1211 N. Y. avc. Pli. M. 007.
WANTED. j
VICTORIA OR INCLOSED ELECTRIC AUTOmobile;
must be late model in first-class condition.
Address Box 107. Star office.
FO R H I R E, i
CALL MAIN 6834 IF TOD WANT A FIRST
class car, with the appearance of a private .
car. For shopping or calling. '$2.50 per hour.
PHONE MAIN 73111. NEW 1912 40 11.P.' 5 AND 1
7 pas. cars, careful chauffeurs. $2 per hour up.
Special rate for trips. PEOPLE'S AUTO
HIRING CO.. 827 14th n w.
FINE AUTOS FOR HIRE. S2..10 PER HOUR j *
up: five and seven passengers: lowest rates in
city; strictly competent drivers. For special ;
rates phone I.'ncn. 1434
6-PASfc. AUTOS. S2 HOUR. SKCOX D-HA N i> ;
autos for sale. Linen. 2563. STEAM ALTO |
SHOP. j
CADILLAC AND THOMAS TOURING CARS .
for hire, Ave and seven passenger. Call the /
COCHRAN AUTO CO.. Phone Main 4284.
GARAGES.
PLACE YOUR CAR WHERE BEST CARE AND
absolute safety is guaranteed at lowest rates.
SELLMAN'S NEW GARAGE, 1730 Johnson t
ave.. bet. R & 8. 14th ft 15th. Ph. N. 747.
MOTOR CYCLES
SECOND-HAND MOTOR CYCLES - A FEW i
guaranteed slightly need machines can be
bought at bargains: cash or pavments. BERRYMAN
ft WILLIAMS. *'12 nth st. Main *1SC.
FOR SALE .MOTOR CYCLE, IN GOOD RI'N- \ ninz
order; owner must sacrifice; price, $4). -!
328 fjth at. s.e. 1*
FOR PALIS?EXCELSIOR ROTOR CYCLE 1312 model,
twin cylinder. Cell 1 *>i?l H st. n.r
" HORSES AND VEHICLES!
FOR SALE?CARRIAGE, IX GOOD CONDItk>n;
cheap. 404 7th st. s.w. Main 1C87. 2*
1 GOOD WORK HORSE, $75. HOME ICE CO.',
12th and V ate.
FOR SALE?FINE RIDING MARE, 6 YEARS;
sound, gentle, quick and sure-footed; only $150.
W. F. NASH, 122 M n.w.
FOR HIRE?HORSES AND VEHICLES TO SUIT >
any business at special rates. W. J. COGSWELL.
212-14 11th u.w. Phone M. 1477.
WILL GIVE FREQUENT FSE OF FLNE I)RIVlng
horse, runabout and surrey to responsible
party who will share livery expense. Address ?
Box ISC. Star office.
WANTED-TO lli'Y A V.'AGUN Jf'?lt<F.
through monthly payments. CUAltLEl M.
It ELL. 242 3rd st. <.v. ; <
SNAPPY T1RNO! T:--; CAREKl'L ATTENTION j
to every detail, whether it's ilding horses or !
driving horses or carriages. I-hone M. litis
J. M. PEAKE. C43-?S45 N. Y. ave. Boarding.
con mrv ervvo Om in vnrvo socvn
* V/l? UllKI. S ?? \? \J > 'V/ l?
work horses from Leesburg, Va., 424 8th st. 3
n.w. 1?
Ml'OT BE SOLD AT ONCE. AS OWNER HAS
purchased automobile, a pair of standard-bred, four-year-old
driving mares. black, well match- *
ed In size; city broke; one a daughter and
other a granddaughter of Polly, 2.27; she by
Biggs Hambletonlan. 2.10; he by Directum, _
2.05'A. . Also aurrey, top buggy and one ton of j
good hay. H. J. HUNT. Betbeada. Md.
FOR SALE?ONE LAROE WORK HORSE. #85;
also one top delivery wagon and harness cheap.
038 4th st. n.e. l*
FOR SALE?GRAY MARE?ONE OF THE BEST
horses In the city; Is street sore; will sell .for
$100?worth $176 In the country. Call at store,
39 H St. n.w. 31*
FOR SALE~A "FINE. GENTLE CRAY MARE?
will work In single or double harness; good
saddle animal. Also one coupe, one surrey and
set of harness. The whole at a very low price
to an appreciative buyer. See Janitor. J
814 17th St.. after 2 p.m. 4*
SMALL DELIVERY WAGON, WEST END
Laundry. 1723 I'enua. ave. n.w.
MULES- PAIR OF FINE, EIGHT YEARS OLD; .
guaranteed to work anywhere. Apply S. \
URN SIDE, 1426 You at. n.w.
FOR SALE?HEAVY ONE-HOUSE MARKET OR
delivery wagon. U. S. Engineer wharf, Potomac
Park, foot 14th st. s.w. 31*
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARrlages,
wagons and harness of ail kinds; %
wagons of all styles; the cheapest place in the '
city to do business; harness, $4.00 up; plusb
lap robes, $3.00; stable and street horse
t.t...i a... ? a. it* t nrkPonrtyr * a??
ujauikvis ii cimi. ". *. wirafi ?11 j Jill _
n.w. and 212 11th. \
KOI J SALE?
A large stork of fine second-hand landaus,
broughams. Victoria*, station wagons. murreys. .
runabouts. opera buses, wagonette*, etc. x
At great Iwrga'.n price.
DOWNEY'S STABL.ES AND STORAGE
W UtRHOCSE.
1022-112* L n.w.
DOGS, PETS. ETC.
HOSPITAL FCH ANIMALS. 2115 14th ST. N.W.
? Surgery and medicine of small animal* ~
Boarding kennels, city or country. Mrs. KIDWELL.
Matron.
PGR SALE?TWO THOROUGHBRED ENG- C
liah setters: one well broken; one nine-month-old
puppv; well matched; will sell cheap. Call,
5:80 7:30 p.m.. 029 F St. s.w. . 31*
ENGLISH BTLL PUP8. PEDIGREE. SCREW
tttll- ol'. n rr tlftn ?f r?r?lr row enuohl a W 1 A fir __
SON, 1S10 i?5tU st. n.nr. * 3l?
RIRI/S~I >OGS ANI? PETS. "
scnMtrrs nntn store. 71? 12th st.
iti?Ej^u.~jT:iyr^JrriioxEs. =
McCRAY REFRIGERATORS
And Cool In? Rooms Hart' No Equal. ?
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO..
611 F at. n.w.
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR. 5
ROLL REPAIR AND GUARANTEE ANY AMERlema
watch for 91, regardless of condition. This
ffer good for October only.
MAX JANOF. Jeweler. 804 B st. a.w.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
'TGARS. CANDY AND STATIONER* STORK l:?
for Mir. rheap. 313 G n.w. *
WITS ALE - PAYING DAIRY U'NCH ~ AND J
oyster bmlnrrc long Irtur, rbn|t rout; will K1
stand luirortlnn. Box DA Star nfflrr. 3*
IROOF.RY, FINE SECTION. GOOD BI SINKS.S | _
$W0; wholesale liquor. 14th at., price. $2.7M?; 11
cigar store. giwxl ataud. central, $135, dairy
lunch. business section. $l.$kNl. Ueiicatesaen.
frail* and rtrar*. $2.Vi rz
IV BOOTH Bl'SlNESS BROKERS. H?th A '? 1 n
>N ACCOI NT OK SICKNESS OWNER WII.I,
soil drug store and fixture*. drticgi*t n?>d i-iisr ?
marfst 1M yours, on h??ine** at. n .e.: price
reasonable to quirk buyer. Apply after Ji p.m.. _
723 Mil at. g.r. 3J
.I'NCHROOMS WANTED: WK HAVE MORE
buyers than place* to sell: proprietors Hating ,
their places with us now will have Immediate 33
responses. EQCITY Bl'SlNESS BROKERS. ,
i?wr v?? va.l.
i**? n imft air. I
rooming noi se. n.w.: ir. rimuis. nf.w #j
furniture; all flIN; terms to suit. EQUITY
BUSINESS BROKERS, 1227 New York are.
" * . B
'ARTNER?WILL SELL HALF INTEREST IN
proposition that has unlimited fields and l?
uow paying $2i?> profits r?r month, for
to young man that is a hustler and not afraid ?
of work; Rood reasons for making this offer.
Address Box 15?. Star office. 2*
IOVINO PICTURE THEATER HOWNTOWN.
business thoroughfare; large seating capacity; ?
cheap rent; long lease; up-to-date equipment; *<|
packed erery night; any lire man can make
big money; good reason for selling; investigate; 1
big buy. See B. A. FOWLER. 1014 14th n.w. ?1
WANTED PARTNER. $LOOO CAPITAL. TO
help open good-paying store. Boa 208. Star __
office. v no21 iji
dANAtiER MAIL ORDER MANUFACTURING
business $25 weekly: thoroughly advertlt"d;
pays 200G-. JUNES. 10 8th s.e. _
VANTEIV FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE OR K
eharge of boarding bouse by German lady.
111S 11th at. n.w. 1* _
NtRNEIt GROCERY STORE IN N W" SECTION 4]
of the city; good business: nice dwelling; will
aei! cheap; owner wants to retire. Box 110, _
Star offiee. 1* 01
I AVE NEW INVENTION UNIVERSALLY
used throughout the world: only a limited portion
for aale to get promotion money; jirxUIon 2!
to right party with |2.00<t; no fake scheme;
will demonstrate to parties interested. P. O.
Boa 22l?. city. ^
ITIE CONTENTS OF ROOMING HOUSE FOR
sale cheap: roomers will remalu. Address 308
1 st. n.w. ! JJ
NTOCU> LIKE TO BUY A GOOD GROCERY
sTore at a reasonable price. Box 122. St-ir
office. 1*
R ANT TO MEET RELIABLE PARTY WHO ; i;
can quietly Interest capital in legitimate i
money-making proposition: open to rigid investigation;
an unusual opportunity; replies ?
confidential. Box 121. Star oiBce. .1*
TOR SALE?ONE OE THE BEST POULTRY,
fish and oyster stands in the northwest. Box
129. Star office. 1*
rl UMTl UE AND GOOD WILL; 13 BOOMS;
2 Laths; K at. near Franklin Park. Box 11T. _
Star office. 1* jj
ill 14th ST. N.W~ LARGE S'IMRE FOB KENT,
with good show window. Address DRISCOLL
& SONS. 145 Bowery. New York city.
CIGAR AND CONFEOTIONKKY STORK: , 31
price, including paper route. only $150: rent.
$28; 8 rooms and bath; paying corner stand j
sw* V,
Lunchroom: b?*t locateil and paylntr stand
on M st.. Georgetown; rent stands nothing;
receipts, $20 day; snap at $500. i;
Fruit and shoe-shining business: prominent
corner on business st. n.w.; clearing big' 1'
money; cheap at $750.
Grocery store, central n.w.; price, including
large rooming house, only $1,100; aell separately:
clearing $2.O0ft a vear. <
NEW Y'ORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F.
TOR" SALE?GROCERY STORE IN SUBURBS
of city: fine stand and eTerrthing new. Applr
H. L. H.t National Auto College. 9th and O ??
sts. n.w. l* '
RANT "THREE MEN. WITft ~$2no EACH. AS
directors in local company, small capital: every
farmer will buy products. Box 94. Star office.
4*
"OR SALE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF CM- _
rerr store: cor. 16th and W sts., Anacostia; ' ?
store for rent. 31*
iKROOM ROOMING HOUSE. ELEGANTLY , fnrnl?hed;
good proposition; sacrifice at ?
$325.On. Box 83. Star office. 31*
59<l'< WANTED - ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT 5
per cent: pronertr well lroated ?t Talsoma I ?
Park. NEW ERA DEVELOPING CO., Box 5. B
Takoma, D. C.
WANTED -YOUNG MAN WITH SOME TIME
and money for good Investment. Address J. W.
JONES, care Astoria pharmacy, 3d and O
sts. n.w. 81*
8EAUTIFCL SITE FOR OODNTRY HOME; 1 5
or 2 acres; near car line; half regular price If
purchased at once. Box 124. Star office.
sow is time for fall Planting, ap- t
pies, peaches" pears, etc.; get my low price
for 1 acre. Box 125, Star office.
["HE HIGH PRICE OF CHICKENS AND EGGS 13
makes splendid money crop; I can sell you 2
acres convenient to city at r? very low price;
splendid chicken run. Box 126. Star office. =
V ANTED?TO MEET COMPETENT PROinoter
on proposition rendr to float; honest. ?
sure and quick money maker. Box H5. Star of.
flee. 4*
kX ACRE LOT. CONVENIENT TO CITY. SU1Tal.le
for strawberries. ).o:atoes and other small
crops: chcan to an Immediate purchaser. Box 3T
127. Star office. F(
k RARE OPPORTUNITY: LARGE GENERAL
store, with dwelling combined* two years old; c
thickly settled suburb In the city: corner property;
owner going away: good proposition to ?
right party. Address OWNER. Box 101. Star
office. p
TOR RENT?BOARDING HOUSE OF 40 ROOMS ?|
near National Hotel: in mod eenalr: fine In.
cation for moderate rates;" rent reasonable. 1
JOHN T. KNOTT. 918 F at. ?
VANT To MEET BANKER OR PROMOTER ON H
world-wide, clean. money-miking proposition: I1
something new ami practical; a quick money- pi
mikcr; replies confidential. Box 342. Star r*
office. 31* is
t LOCAL STOCK I'MMl'AN V WANTS A MAN ?!
with some .ipir.il as treasurer: unusual oppor- ! '
tunity for risrht man. Box 322. Sti- office. 31* jr
L
GET OCR CASH REGISTER CHECKS. l?
$5.00 WORTH $3.00 ei
entitles yon to choice of the following: c]
1st?Full quart of Best Whisky. ti
2nd?Full gallon Pare California Wine- oi
3rd?Large Bottle Cocktails. w
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO., e<
Leading Liquor Dealers. 618-318 F at. n.w. tt
R
MONEY WANTED ACT) TO LOAN. ^
IONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE. ~
INTEREST. PROMPT REPLIES AND ECO- of
NOMICAL CONSIDERATION FOR BORROW- nt
F.RS. N,
MOORE ft HIT L GNC.L 142Q22 IT FT. N.W. Jji
IONEY TO LOAN ON EI RSI MORTGAGE ON 111
nil estate in the city. Apply E. W. McIN- . vf
TIRE. 224 C si. n.wl, side entrance, or pit mo | *'1
M. ",87. lv
?? - ? 1 ih
FCOMl-TiirST MONEY TO LOAN ON !M- ' ?r
proved city property in sum* from Rl'Oo to 1 ?-.
$2.(i0i? at 0 per cent. Straight loans or month- 21
1 y payments. No charge for appraisement un- th
less loan is made. No unnecessary delays. hi
I5ROWN ft CO.. 406 Commercial Bank hldg. th
JOSEY ro LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES ON {*<
District of Columbia property. Apply E. W. ]_ '
McINTIRE, 224 C at. n.w.. side entrance, be- hf
tween 9-12 mornings, or phone M. 6587.
X)AKS NEGOTIATED ON INDORSED NOTES. u>
stocks, bonds, all kinds collateral. 1 buy notes, pa
No delay or red tape R. B. BENNETT. 810 J?
Met. Bank bid*. Phone Mala 6808. d
F YOU WANT TO LOAN OR BORROW ON ??
real estate?SELL or BUY?see J. EAKIN ?
GADSBY. 826 13th at. n.w., who gives personal
attention to all deals, saving yon expense
and time. ?
SECOND TRUST. tr
Money to loan at 6% on District real estate. Ti
Any amonnt from $200 to $5,000 on first or tl
second trust. In straight note or montblr pay- of
merits. Takes only three days to make them. ,,r
CHARLES E. TRIBBY. hi
Thompson hldg.. 703 15th st. n.w. at
Opp. Treasury. Next to drug store.
ii >NEY TO LOAN *250 TO S500.000 ON D. C. vl
resl estste. Severs 1 lsrge trust funds. 4>A to v*'
6 per cent. All transactions conducted with '"0
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO..
Southern hldg.. 807 15th st. n.w.
VE HAVE SEVERAL SUMS OF MONEY TO
loan on improved D. C. reel estate at current th
interest rates. Our charges are reasonable sad a,
we are prepared to report promptly on all ap- ro
plications. re
BOSS ft PHELPS fine.), 714 14th st. n.w. a
"Get Oar Big For Rent List.'* in,
dOXET TO LOAN AT B% ON REAL B9TATB ?
In D. C.; qul<k transactions. 5?
J. LEO KOLS. x'y
923 N. Y. ave. n.w.
VE HAVE Slnn.OoO TO LOAN ON WASHINGton
real estate, in loans $1,500 and up. lowest
rates of interest. All we n?.k Is good security. d
A. C. Hi'I OHTOX ft <V>.. 635 F st. ,
IONEY TO LOAN" (IV !J. C. REAL ESTATE. "
Ijuv.?st rate* of intfrrtt. J
THE F. H SMITH COM PANT. ?
1108 New York ??f.
?>N FY TO LOAN OX REAL ESTATE AT c<
lowest rater. Sjiectal p.-;vl!ese? nitli mptct
to prior payment*. TYMER & RUTHERFORD. ,
730 15th ?i. K.w. '
CARP2T CLEANIHG. *
ARRETS. THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLT j
cleaned: nip woven from old cmrpeta; mat- _
treaties reiwv*t?0. Estimates ftirnlsbed. Afv- 6T
BKRT KAHI.FJtT t CO.. TV? B at. a.w. M StCS. _<
ELECTROLYSIS. J
"NEW profession. p*
Learn elretrolyals. $Cii complete course.
Day or oenltnr terms.
X. LOWE. 1111 Pa- are, p.nr.
C:>RPENIEilS A2JD BUILDERS. \
LEATHER STRIPS PUT IN; CARPENTER ?
work, large or *mall: reasonable prices. _
x-% r? oat w i ara
v. u. u
719 18th at. a w. Phone M. ttft **
AY WINDOWS. PORCHE8, NEW KlyOOR- EI
liifi, pine, oak and parquet: fence* built and '
repaired; eotlmates. J. W. W'lTMER ft CO., I
921. Hunilton .at.,. Brigfttwood, D. 0. PkMM . 1
Col. 1472. . 1
ROOMS AND BOARD.
IK HMKIISON SI V\V. SAll.K AUDITION
So?-o???l ?t?ry front room. In on?- jwrnon; hutil
If d?>*ir?*1. private family. I*
"?VIKHK1?_IMHTM T\T? BOARJ? iPi?R liKN*lt<-n>an:
i?rl?-alr faurili ; <-onT?uil?-nt to tm <-ar
llnoa. Chow N. 41412. I*
at iTnh sir vw "T;o*ihita nia FT ifn1ah?*d
i\<nn?, with nr<t-<l?- h-iart. ?n<t
up wwkly.
147 I. ?T. \\V DAK4;KT M?T:I.T FVRX1KH
rd mom. nr\t to hath; h<>4 wator boat; ?M
month for two.
a .\th sr v aa shati-y FT rmshki>
front motu?. with hoard. 2*
? MAItVUMi AVK V F SoTthTrovp
Aouhlr n?'in: hall ii?>:n. rotitvd family; war
I'apitnl; tnhlo: Iran* lent*.
it TIP AM ve NWKIA FI'SMKHIS
room*; pood tshlo; transient*: war I.thrarr
tun inpiiui.
I 12ih ST7 N \V NEWEY KVRNISlit.!*
front rooms; nirllwit board also two com
lunnu-attncr room*. l.ti k
CI MI7 VKRM1N PLAtF.. 1 \ri\?i CAR*
neirle Library Most centra I location; flip*
rooms, with every convenience and excellent
home hoard. I-V> per month for two. ill*
!I4 12th ST. N W LAItCK. M< FT.Wl"TT
nlshed front rooms; well hosted good hoard
and service; table Ixmrd; transients acrmn
modated ::i
r, EAST FAPlTViL ST 2 <4>NXECTIX<i
rooms. 2nd floor, with hoard; jtoo<l table cure
anteed. ".1*
12 WYtlMINt; A\K ItEAt TIKI t < oRM.lt
room; second floor; handsomely furnished, eveellent
table; reasonable. |'n uio \ KM!
5 X. H. A\ !-:. N.W. UWK. St vxv FBt?vf
room: beautiful loration; liot-water iieat; also
other desirable rooms; in well appointed b>-ii?e.
Phone N.
is .Ird ST \7k.. NEAR <"APITt?E oTiT ITbrary
Nicely furnished rooms. s<- -ond floor;
hot-water heat; tile bath.
II A ST. S B.. CAllfoi. HU.rrI,Al? iK FF IN
nlsiied rooms, second floor, with bath; botwater
heat; ta'<le hoard.
II M ST. N.W. l>KSIIt Altl>: S1.it ixI T \ \T?
third floor front rooms; hot-water heat; thro#
hatha; tlrst-elass board.
t? A ST S.K TWO KB<IVT ROOMS. MtATLT
furnished: flrst-elasK board: near bapltal. Library.
t|*
17 X ST. N.W.-NhKLV FFKNISHEITTSONT
room; excellent table; can also aecomuiodata
few hoarders. SI*
?1? llttti N.W ItKll i'll'l 1. NF.W KMil.ASl!
home, near Franklin Park; eli-erful outside
rooms; excellent laurd: continuous hot water;
two hatha; phone. 4*
;45 L ST7 N.W. -SE' '< IN f? oTf? TIIIkTT
floor front rooms; steaiu heated; southern <*c
po4ure; rtrfllenl phone. 4"
liOAKOlNC HuMK F??K~<;KN TLKMICXh
IKK* X. J. ?vf. ?.?.
War all ear lines; handsomely furnished
house; near Capitol, Cong Library and House
oilier building; rooms single or on suite. with
private liath; laundry, mending. etr.. given
personal attention. 1'hone Lincoln 23U2.
BS2 OOXN. AVK.?(INK ATTRACTIVE KOOJl
furnished for two persons: hath adjoining; eaeellent
t>oard: also a smaller ro,?ui nvallahle;
unltniited plu.ne service. N. 7515.
is KAST CAl'ITOl. M -NKVTI.V~Ft7t\TmT
ed front room, with home cooking; couveuient;
use of piione.
02 COM*Mill V lt<< \ li iTul7,|1T. SC NX V
room, two windows: hot-water lieat: excellent
tahle k<-pt: alalia. 2*
138 VERMONT AVK. TWO LARHK SECON Ikstory
nsints; botne tahle; use phone. 31*
?24 CALIFORNIA ST. ?LAlJtJK liOFBLE
room, with board, for 2; suit hern expos ir ;
5 windows: $(? Large single room, with
board (not hall rootui: on.- window", targe
closet: >31'. 31*
128 COLUMBIA ROAIt OKNTLEMKN ItKBliTIng
homelike aeeonimodatlons. attractive ?urroundlngs.
agreeable society, are rewpeetf illf
Invited to favor this numh-r with rail.
>27 r3th ST N~W CENTRAL LOCATION;
newly furnished roouts; splendid itoard; prh-e.
$23 per month. 2*
>24 13th ST. N\V -S'H Til It'UiMs NKWI.Y
furnished, with select board, $23 month up:
four hatha: continuous hot water; hot-water
bent : wHte Service; t?'l"t'llone
WANTED?ROOMS AND BOARD
If KICK ROOMS. WITH IIATH. IN IRIX OK
family: board for four; on Washington
Heights; references exchanged. Box 143. Star
office.
V SINOLK OKNTI KM AN. K< H ?M AXI? IIOARD.prlvate
family, iti steam-heated apartment,
preferably between L and I\ 11th and lGtli sta.
Box 83. Star office. _ll*
TABLE BOABD.
OOM.S. FTRXISHED < >R fNKt aNtSHCT,
with board; try otir table; Just opened. 1T70
Columbia road. Mt. Pleasant car. 2*
HE DE 80T0 CAFF. 13th AM) MASS. AVE.
n.w.?First-class apitolntments: excellent table
hoard; hot broad our specialty: |?olite serfIce.
I?4 COI.l'Ml.IA KOAH FIRST < "I.ASS TARI.K
Itoard and service; small tables; reasonable.
31*
suburban"board.
XCKI.I.KNT AC;<lMM<ll>A'no\S FOR i>NR
or two adults, with private family; jtenr Chevy
Chase car lino; go:>d table; upw house; a.iu.i.;
phone; references exchanged. Box 151, S'tr
office. ~
[?K TWO OK- THREE YOI XO MK\. IM.KASant
room in modern house, with sleeping porch.
Phone Clove. ORH-M.
LEGAL NOTICES.
ATTORNEYS R R. HORNER A.NI> JAS. E.
adgett.?In the Supreme Court of the District
f Columbia.?Katie Smith, plaintiff. vs. Elsie
[organ et al., defendanta.? Equity. No. 31342. he
object of this suit 1? to have deereed *otd
n alleged deed from Frank Butler to Saaan
ntler eonveylng part of lot 17. In hloek K of
[ill & Klvan's suhdiTis'ou of Meridian HIIL
Istrlet of Columbia, and to bare deereed the
roeeeds resulting from the condemn a tiou of ?-aid
nil estate now in Hie hands of eertnln admla
trators to be paid to the plaintiff. On motion
f the plaintiff, it i- this : 'It i ds> or O- tober.
112. ordered that the defendant". Klsie \lor
n. l,ew!a Morgan. Aggie M. Point le.i^r. lltrWilli.l.t..
Will turn. I.iirl., , WHltum.
eslie William* ui:d Elmer Williams and all
?rtsous interested eanse their, up;ance to I*
itered herein on or Iwfwe the fortieth day. eyluslve
of Sundays and legal !i> lidavs. occurng
after the day of the first publication <?f thte
der; otherwise the cause will be uro.'eeded
ith as hi the case of default. Provided a
>py of tills order t?e published <?nee it week for
iree successive weeks hi the Washington l.aw
eporter and The Evening Star heforn ?ahl day.
DB BARNARD, Justice. (Seal.t A true ,.-ny
Teat: J. K. YOUNG, Clerk. Bv J W.
AI.MER. Asst. Clerk oe3l-l.iw.3t
IN THE SUPREME ' < iI KT < >F THE DISTItl' T
1 Columbia.?Johanna tiurvey. (t'a ntlff. vs. IE r
ird Francis Oarvey et ?1. d *f lid.mts "n ?<i >-tv
v. 31."521.?The object of ;his suit is for a Itrolrcd
vorce. maintenance nliiuoir . counsel fees, suit
oner, against defendant. I'-ernar<! I'raii'is ?Jar v.
and for eetjtio it ration of lot No. S*. in Petal's
subdivision of j tr? i f square No 357. n i???
. of said d-fendant"? ci|iji;v, title and estate
icrein. and the [> I - if aa'e ?> ?* ??. -aid
ojierty lelng in city of W.i-blie.'lon I :?t i-i?-1 i.f
ilum'iia. i in mtillon of the n aintiT. it 1? f Ida
1th day of , \.D.. 1P12 o-der'M that
ie defendant. Bernard Fran-is Garvey, . au-e
h aj>|>ea ranee to lie entered herein on or 1 ie fore
ie fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal
dldays, occurring after the day of the rtrst pubration
of this order: otherwise this cause will
' proceeded with as in ease of default. Eroded
a copy of this order be published oner a
rek for three successive weeks In the Waahingn
I-aw Reporter and The Evening Star Newaiper,
before said day THHS. R. ANDERSON,
istice. fSeal.V A true eo|?y-Te?t: J. U YOfTNG.
erk. Bv F. E CUNNINGHAM. Aast C-lerk.
. N. RICHARDSON, G. S. .SHKEVE. Jr., Attya.
r PUT. ?r24-la.3t
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES. DL4 ict
of Columbia. Washington, October 31, 1012. ixpayera
of the. District of Colombia will take msec
that the undersigned has received the statement
the assessment of realty taxes for the District
Columbia for the yea- ending June 3t?. litlH,
id will be ready to re-eive payment of taxea
tills office on and after Norein .cr 1. 1!?12. Tlie
f of Congress approved February 14. 1092. p:odes:
"That on and after the 1st day of Number
of each year the tux may be ;>aid in ttvu
nnl installtnents. the first in Novcmlicr and
e s<.<-.inl in May. hut no penalty t-Iiall accrue
r delloqiourr until the following June. h> hereter
provided: or if the ?bole or any part of
Id tat ujHin real or personal property shall not
paid before Ihe ti-st day of June iu each year
e same ahull thereafter fx- in arreara and de)<|uent.
and there shall then he added to l>*
llected. with said lax. a |r?nalty of one per
ntum per inoutli upon the amount thereof, and
like penalty on the first dav of earl, succeedt
month tititii payment of said tax and penaltv,
d the whole si.ali constitute the delinquent tax,
be dealt with In too manner now prescribed
law." Attest C. c. ROGERS. Collector of
ixes. P. f. or.11 -Ct.eSu
MATTIIXSS MA KOTO.
AIR AMI FELT !M VI'TIt !"s ,|;.s RENOVATED
and remade. $2: all work I.? exjierts and guarinteed
flrst-class CAPITol. REDOING CO..
1121 7th n.w : phone X o'-ft
WALL PAFER
X>D PAINTING AMI I* T'CUHAKGING WINS
approval: Our prices are within tlas reach of
11. Ruis. $1 up. Satisfaction guar. C. B.
Thompson ft co.. >120 nth. pu. col. 4431.
A1,L FAFKII?.~2C. SO AM) 4C CP; PICTUR?
tsl, lc per foot up; ixtoms nattered rcasooabla
>rioe; work gaia'anteed. GEORGES. 5uS Tth
it. a.w. Phone M 16*#.
: A SON'S NEWEST WALL, PAPERS IN BIO
arlety; expert paperbanglng. guaranteed eafafactory:
painting. decorating. Estimate*
riven. rOT'RMRK CO. 2010 K at. Ph. W 821.
[PERHAXGING. PAINTING ft DECORATING,
u all its branches. 20% cheaper than aur flriu
n the city. CM AS. B. HYSAN. 2t4 East Capio!
at. Phone Linen. 2239 for estimate.
l"nu TO HAVE HARRISON"jrOOC isfiaate
on your paperhangiuK. painting, glazing.
Ve guar. e*. try thing. one trial proves. Est!,
uywhere. Phone N. 1733-ni, or drop postal.
S02 7th st. n.w. ???
OUSEPA?NTINGr~& finishing.
CPKRT PAINTING. GRAINING AND HARDrood
floor reflnUhlng. Only tbe best nitidtls
lad workmanship will make roar borne ettrsctl?e.
Estimates. H. A. GLOB1U8 * MUX.
MZ7 Sherman eve.

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