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Get Best Results v. RATES. Help Situations. Lost and Found, Rent Room*, Country Board, enc.. one cent M word each time for 15 words or mere. Miscellaneous Sal** and Wants, Bnslness Op portunities. Automobiles for .Sale and Wanted, Horses and Vehicles for Pale and Wanted, etc.. oce cent a word each tii?e for three or more times, with a 15-word minimum. Business Annonncetnents. Rea.1 Estate, etc.. four lines or more, three times, 1ft cents a line each time, with a decreasing rate for longer period. LOST AND FOUND. BAR?Marked "Financial Secretary, Y. M. R r." Reward. 654 E gt. s.e. BRASSIKRE All-over embroidered. Retdm 3*>4fi \ st. n.w.; reward. CHAIN- Between 7tU and Morris sts n.e. and K. of C. Hall, cold rope chain, amethyst cross. Return 641 Morris st. Reward. DOG-Cuban poodle, white; answers to naine Prince. Reward if returned 32 Seaton plnee r. " . DOG- Brindle bull pup, female, red collar; lost Sundav afternoon, $5; no questlous asked. 1610 20th at. POG?l.?>st. young black and tan bound, f*male; had a chain and cellar. Reward if returned 207 Capitol ave.. Ivj^Mty. 28* Ix)i}- French poodle; white; two months old. Liberal reward and no qfe^ions asked if re turned to Harden Thest'-r. n.w. POO?White poodle. male. Teddle, sTnW?||a|ern lng. Reward if returned 215 G st. n.w. J F<>B- March 24, watch fob. myogram, W. E. P. Reward If returned to 1118 Robinson st. s.w . JEWEL ORNAMENT?On Wednesday. March 26. a Jewel <\rnament In the form of a lizard, net with half pearls on gold. Reward If returned to Swartxell. Rheem & Hensey Co., at 727 15th st. n.w. 2S* $ONEY?Last week In business section, money in furm of one bill. Describe same, location and when lost. Box S78, Star office. 29* PIN?Between Reeves' and post office, (told col lar pin set with pearl; made from old-fashioned cuff button. Finder please communicate with Miss Trantham, Apt. 1025. the Cairo. 28* PORTFOLIO (leather)?On Thursday, March 20, on District Line car. Reward. 1244 Evarts n.e. SILVER MESH BA<i March It',, containing keys and change; K. G. Connolly engraved inside. Reward !f returned to Evening Star bldg. * SLIPPER evening, pink, between Fort Mycr ?nd Washington. Saturday evening. Return 1624 18th st. n.w. WATTH?Gold watch, monogram S. B. F.. with pearl pin. Liberal reward. 920 19th st. n.y^* WATCH?Wednesday. March 19. in or "nvac Buck's studio, lady's solid gold watch; name on inside; with pin "attached. Return 2701 14th sr. n.w. and receive reward. WANTED?HELP. A?E\TS. AGENTS?$5 a day; work all season for good tnen demonstrating to housekeepers; write for free sample and catalogue. W. D. Babbitt, 10^ Clinton St., Morristown, N. J. * AGENTS?We have new leader; big profits earned quickly; write for free sample and new sprint; catalogue. The OspoCo., 14 East 108th st.. New York, N. Y. ? GOOD, live agent wanted to sell ladies' and misses' knitted goods. Ednrtreg Co.. 22 Wash ington place. New York. N. Y. ? SALKSMEV SALBvMAN calling on varnish users and dealers to carry our line on the side, on "a commission. Michael McNamara Varnish Works, Detroit. Mich. SALESMEN for exclusive proposition. I nlimited feld Big money to right man. Splendid side line. Evershine Shoe Polish Co.. Dayton. Ohio. HALE. AGENTS? Our absolutely square $30 to $67.50 weekly salary and 3<>> commission proposition assures steady workers unlimited prosperity. Galloway Bowman Co., Div. 207, Waterloo, Iowa. AN intelligent person nay earn $100 monthly corresponding for newspapers; nq canvassing; send for particulars. Press Syndicate, 800 Lock port. N. Y. 31* AUTO BUSINESS?Ohaffeuring and repairing thor oughly and scientifically taught. New class now forming. Special rates for March. Call lmmedl ataly for Information. 715 13th st. n.w.. rear BASSO wanted for prominent church quartet; MlHT. $300. Box 832, Star office. 27* BOY, IS to 18 years old. to learn hardware bofllneMr; good opportunity for ambitious and lndartnoaa party; give reference* when reply ing. Box 402. Star office. ? tug. Box 4ft aofes-K 16 to 18 years of age, for general Btore service and our roamifacuring shops. Apply to Superintendent, Woodward & Lothrop. neat boys, over 16 years, with bi <br meaaenger work. Apply Wm. Ec Tth floor. Star bldg. B0T to draw coda; experience unnecessary. Ap ply Qgtsttanl Pharmacy. 1150 7th st. n w. CLEANER and ptesaer at once (man). L. Ganna, 1230 O st. s.w. 28* CLERK for apartment house; night work; $30 month, room and board; state age. experience, references. Box 375. Star office. ? XI'I RIKM Kl> SALESMAN f<-r men's list <l? icrri.uwui: iKrawarnt position. \ppl.v to Super ^I'v.id'-ut. Heclit & Co.. 511-017 7th *t. S'WLLMENT CANVASSERS ?good?: steady fo ? Itlon. good i?y; out-of-town. H. Saks, Na 1i. nil Hotel. 7:3?> p."?? ' JOB PRESS FEEDEBU?Two. A. O. Bliss Co., XI B st. n.w. LINOTYPE OPERATORS Four; t>rief work; best machines. Hay worth, 636 G n.w. r.OcmiOTIVE FlKEMlfti. brakemen. wag'*s abonr $10?: experience unnecessary; send age. Address Railway, Star office. 11 \IL ORDER- l sc your spare time to build up tuail order business of your own; we help you start for share In profits; 27 opportunities; particulars free. Mutual Opportunities Ex change. Buffalo. N. Y 31* MANAGER for office supply store. San Fran cisco and Los Angeles, Cal-; good salary aud commission on gross sales; references required and $2.50U cash ln*r*ttnent in company stock. Box 3d5. Star office. 28* MEN?Classes all year, drafting and engineering; st Bight; enroll nn; write or -call for cata logue. Columbia School of Drafting, McLach len bldg., 10th and G. MEN ?One or two active men. with large ac quaintance. that can approach private trade to solicit orders for beer for family trade; aura--" tlve protiCHition: salary and commission. Ad dress Box 312. Star offiee. 27* FREHKKR White preferred, for ladies- suits and dresses. The BJuestein Co.. F st. cor. 13ft n.->r. j WH'NG MAN. 17 or :? years, for furnishings and hats. Apply Mr. T'oe, 933 j?a. ave. ?.<*? YOUNG MAN to attend soda fountain. Apply 13th and G sts. n.w. ftOO MEN, 20 to 40 years old. wanted at once for electric railway motormeu and conductors; $?0 to $100 a month; no experience necessary; fine opportunity; no strike; write immediately f.,r application blank. Address Box 31. Star office. female. APPRENTB "ES to learn French dresscuttlng. dressmaking designing and millinery; good p<* sitions furnished after learning. New York Mtlllnerv Academy. 1115 G st. 1* BOOKKEEPER and stenographer to take com plete charge of office In an exclusive outer garment house; state experience; strictly con l^entlal. Address Box 273. Star office. CHORUS GIRLS Girls wanted with good voices; height about 5 ft to 5 ft. 4 tncbea; 120 lbs.; age 18 or over; $15 to $18 per week; quick. 117 9th st. n.w. ? COAT HELPERS and skirt helpers. Apply 1216 Oonn. aTe. Bode. COOK C't.v r-fs. 1*1!* F st. n.w. 27* CORRESPONDENT?An Intelligent person may earn $100 monthly corre?pondlpg for newspa pers; no canvassing Send for particulars. Press Syndicate, 85!? I.ockport. N. Y. SI* GIHL who understands dressmaking. Re.-d. 1306 I st. n.w. HOSIERY BI'YER One who thoroughly under stands (.electing hosiery; only those with N-st references regarding character and ability need nrp'y- Address V.o\ ;?t7. Star office. MANGLF HANDS?tlood feeders and catchers. 2117 14th st. n.w. OPERATOR -vounr lady to operate private tele pliO::t switclilxwrd; one with knowledge of stenography preferred. Address Box 329. Star office. 27* RAG SORTERS?Two; colored. Isadore Glasser. >"25 7tli st. n.w. SALESLADY?An e?lucate<l lady of good appear ance. not under 27 In sales department; need 1101 lie experienced If quick to learn; goo<l pay. Apply between 1:30 aud 4 p.m., L. Albright. 117 McQili bldg. S RAM STRESS?Experienced. Apply Mr. Whiting. Frazee I'uiouiac Laundry Co., 18th and D sts. n.w. 27* SHOPPER Young girl shopper for dressmaker. HQS H st. n.w. 27* SKIRT IIAMW <experiencedi and helpers; good salary: only experienced need apply. M. Paster nak. Ladles' Tailor. 123ft 1 Uli. SKIRT DRAPERS and helpers <guod>; experi enced waist trimmers and helpers. 1206 18th ai. a.w, 28* WANTED?HELP. FF-HALB (CwtlaB?4). SKIRT HAND?Experienced. Apply B- W- Vea, Ladles' Tailor. 1617 16th at, ti.w. SSraf*61IJ?-' permanent position- Maaon, Fenwlck A Law rence, 600 P *t- n.w. Front Royal. Va- __ STENOGRAPHER and typewriter <exporle^ceA) 1 lu law salary, $?0 per month. _^i^. stating experience and references, Box 388, Star office. WAIST and skirt hands, experienced. Hotchklss, 2f>7 Southern bid*. _ WAIST DRAPER?Experienced. Apply at once. Second floor, 1623 H st. n.w. y< M'NG LADIES for light manufactorlnK busi ness; pleasant work. Owen K. Trultt Co., 1211 lT st. n.w. YOUNG LADY, about 18 years, as stenographer und tvuewriter- also assistant to lady book keeper: must be good penman; excellent chance f.ir hfl?inn>r:_B.?_<00._S?r office. ? V(iI'NO LSdY (bright) to assist In office; must hare some knowledgf of bookkeeping. K"?1 opportunity for right party. Apply J- ? *?? F-iseman. 313-315 "th st. n.w. MALE AND FEMALE. CANVASSBRS-Blg seller; sells on e'^ti salary ami commtoeloo. Velvet Cleanser Co., 8th and Water sts. . COOK, >40; chambermaid, waitresses, nurses; first-class. Burean of Domestic Re quirements. 1306 G n.w. MEN~WOMEN?Get government parcels post Jobs; $20 week; write for list of Franklin Institute, Dept. 43 B. Rochester. N. I. ? PUPILS wanted for Instruction int\e1P<^;?(,Prof" A. (ionard. 10 Q st. n.e.; phone North W. ' DOMESTIC. CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS in "?.a" Sfll Vute family; home nights; good wages, ref^ ence required. Apply 2230 Q st. n.w CHAMBERMAID and waltrese-In f??1" ily, a colored woman to do chamberwort. m?1 waiting; willing to ? to seashore in ?mnni?r, cHy references. 818 18th st. n.w. COLORED~^OOK^LATTNDRESS~~ftir three, ^25" $:? (no housework); many other paeee. Exchange, 8>\ Vermont are. ff COOK and assist general housework! reference required. Call 1810 R st. OOOK (white)?For small family. Apply 1868 California st. n.w. _______ COOK (colored)?Experienced^must stay Bights; reference required. 2009 Wyoming ave., after 2 p.m. OOOK-HOUSEWORKER. colored. l20-$25 (no I laundry); three cooks, $26 each; Ave good_ plain cooks. >2d each; other place?-?ity. suburbs and away. Ladiea' Exchange. 807 Vermont aTe. 2S COOK, wash. Iron awl do *^?1 heaMWork I for family of three; woman; stay nights. 3.1-3 17th st. n.w. r?VoTf iwhitel $35-$40; cook for two, $30; good -^lln ivv^.ka'$25 each; also kitchenmalds^ gen ?ral hou^-ork?s! Indies- Exchange, SOT^er mont ave. <<i <t0 tn Connecticut, cook go New York, ?pHvate families $20 each. Ladles' Exchange, 807 Vermont ave. ? , COOK and general ,to'JlSjj? for three adults; good wages, reference re quired. 2514 Ontario road. GENERAL, HOUSEWORK-Oirl, white; nowash ine: good home; permanent if satisfactory. 1747 F n.w. S? GENERAL HOUSEWORKER? Respectable worn an; reference. 2416 14th st. n.w. GENERAL HOUSBWORKEB^olor^girljmTM hare beat reference; atay nights. Apply 916 M Apt. (11. _ GENERAL ?H0CSEWX)RKER- WbUe ~ small family; stay nights. Call .1923 uaiverc. or phone Col. 2066. GENERAL HOUSEWORK-^ttl^. rellable col j^ored woman; small family. 812 East Capitol s . G^ERALHOUSBWORKER-Woman.for family of t&*e children; no washing; *4 a wee*. 84AW 84th place. Cleveland Park. . I GIRL to w?lt on table and do housework ^ln boarding house. 1020 17th st. n.w. GIRL (white) as mother1# helper; stay night. 8416 14th at. n.w. Phone Ool. 6044. HOUSEKEEPER (worktop? ft***?; housekeeper for elderly gentleman, $30. La dies' Exchange. 807 Vermont ave. 28* vint^Fwvu.rpffR?A white working housekeeper. Apply at oncn to the Supt., National Homeo pathic Hospital. __ HOUSEWOBKER?A. y.<?an*,*i.5iL,t0 *!& eral housework; family of two. 1209 Hmtra st. n.w. _ i?OUSEWORKER?Colored aervant gUl. Apply Apt. 35. 1417 Belmont at. INFANT'S NURSE (white). >26; French nurse. $40; German nurse. $28; nuraerymaia, chambermaid. $25; lady*a maid, $30. other places. Ladies' Exchange, 807 Vermont aTe. 38* ; ? MAID?Lady's maid, white, and help with chil dren; work at Chevy Ohase. Apply Clerk, 1120 Vermont ave- the Burlington: good salary M AID?Competent white maid for general house work; pleasant home; go away summer. Mrs Clephane. Coon. ave. and Lenox et., Phase. Md. 2l _ NURSE (white)?For two children; leave city; reference. Address Box 391, Star office. NURSE (wtflte)?For two-year-old boy. Telephone " immediately. Colmnbia 1853. RELIABLE settled colored woman to be gen erally useful; must stay nights; references re quired. Ruppert Home. Harrison at.. Anacostia. D. C. SECOND MAN (white), $50; thlni mtn, $40; Japanese chauffeur, $40- Ladlea Exchange. 807 Vermont ave. -a WAITRESS?Girl as waitress. 1371 Columbia road. WANTED?SITUATIONS? " HALB CHAt'FFECK MECHANIC (colored); careful driver; sober; does not smoke; garage and private family experience; reference. Apt. 12, 1 1102 R n.w. CHAUFFEUR wants position; garage furnishe<l anil all repairs; $25 a week. Box 370, H^ar office. COLLEC TOR or outside salesman, by young I white man. experienced, and can furnish best of ref..r7.n< ;? fcid $150 to $2<-0 bond. Box Star office. HOUSE, window, carpet cleaning; floor finishing; odd Jobs of any tind; references. 1414 Fla. ave. . zL MAMS A>P FEMALE. COOK and hitler, by man and wife, colored; grwHl reference. 610 S st. n.w. " FEMALE. ACCOUNTING- Books open?d account? kept, trisl balances taken off- I hone M. 3334. rlsillER and assistant bookkeeping, by young lady two vears' experience; salary. $5. Ad dress bookkeeper. 1720 Newton st. n.w. 27' DRESSMAKER jeii^riencedt. sewing out or huaw; reasonable prices. Aadrens 1321. b jt. n.w. GOVERNESS?German; refined, cultured traveler; verv Ci-nipetent; studied in France and Eng land; good conversationalist; seeks position. ?11 C st. n.w. managing HOUSEKEEPER?Lad* of ability find .-"ttnement; small family or widower. l->2 O st. n.'^. domestic. A>SIST \NT With housework or mirne by half KP.un colored girl from country. 1610 \ ermout ive. ^???????? Ki riJCR ?>r lioasework, by neat, respectable vi'ii?g*?Qt^ored man. 2i22 16th st. n.w. ?_ CHAMBERMAID, by neat colored girl, or waU re**. 1941 R St. n.w. CHAMBERMAID or imrloriuald ji^edUhi Rlx v*'iir* last family. Other chamberma ds. ladus uiaids. attendants, nursea, V*r.i kir.-heninaids, laundresses, butw^ housemen. et... white, colored. ladies' Exchange. S07 Vermont ave. C<.m>k or chsmbermaSd, first-class, colored. 1331 Wallach place. - COOK in small fam'-ly-By girl; stay or go home uights; no Isundry. 3.31 Elm st. n.w. COOK7 by reliable colored girl; from $18 to $20 per month; can furnish best of references, come home night*. 621 Navy place s.e. COOK, first-class. $20. 2 Champlaln place n.w. C<?OK8 -Oafe. hotel, restaurant or private fam ily; first i lase; uicat or pastry ; In city <>r ?*?? 2015 12th st. n.w. OOOK?By reliable colored woman, plsce as cook, by week, or work by day; references. 14<) F st. s.e. ___?? COOKS', general workers on hand; city refer ences. Murphy's Agency, 1685 32nd; phone. | (JHM'.R.M, H(>UBEWORK?By competent worn an; first-class city reference; will leave city for summer; .-Hay nights. 2027 11th at. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK?Small family. Call tjbr write 222 D st. n.w. HOUSEKEEPER -Middle-aged lady, for widow or widower; suburban or In country, if neces sary. 1211 6th' st. s w. 20* UOl'SEWORKER -Colored woman wants plax-e as general houseworker; stay nights. 1341 > Bt. n.w. MAID or nurse?By neat colored girl. 1921 M si. n.w.. Flat 3. 28 MAID OR NURSE?Colored girl wishes position in private family as maid or norse. 1461 Swann st. n.w. 27* NURSE and chambermaid, by two girls; be*t reference* furnished. Call Ii47 Seatoa st. n.w. PEKS0NAL. IT IS MOST LIKELY THAT SOME OF YOUR friends have sent for us. and quite sure that th?- bunch of cash we paid them for men's worn clothing, shoes, etc., was very pleasing, and pavs well for you to do likewiae. JUSTH'S OIJ> STAND. 619 D. LADIES, I WILL CALL AT TOUR RESIDENCE. Scalp treatment and shampooing: atleatlAo massage; combings made to order. Phone North 2955 M. A. E. B0LLER, 1216 T at. p.W. WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. SELLING FURNITURE WITHOUT MY OFFER la ?. biff mistake. .1 buy anything In household foods, giving largest cash amounts. Phone N. 2864. MAX WITHIX, 2100 14th n.w. WANTED?SURVEYOR'S LEVEL, ENGINEER'S *'Y"j 14x18 Inch; good make, condition; bar gain. Q. A. ROANE. 1010 F St. n.w. HOUSEKEEPERS?This week ordinary windows expertly cleaned. 6c each; reliable and careful workers; prompt attention. Postal or phone North 3958. ELLIOTT. 1400 U st. n.w. WE BUY OAMERAS AND LENSES OF any size for cash. Se? the bargains we hare for sale. Buy her* and save one-third. GROCB'S, 11th and E. NOTICE I PAWN~TICKETS CASHED. LEWIS ABRAHAMS. 815 G st. Opposite Patent Office. Second-hand diamonds and Jewelry 'bought. WANTED ? A SECOND-HAND TWUHOKSK dump wagon. Box 850. Star office. 27* HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN clothing, ladles', gents' and children's shoes and hats; send postal or phone; will call. J. TARSHES. 1308 7th n.w. Phone Nortii 499. WANTED TO BUY OLD FEATHER BEDS and furniture. Why not drop postal to an old reliable firm? H. MARKS, 43* 10th St.. oppo site site the Gas office, or phone Col. 961 -M. LAW BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS. THE OLD BOOK SHOP, 506 11th st. n.w. WANTED-FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS. WILL pay you best cash prices. Call at your con venience. AMERICAN FURNITURE HOUSE. 814 E st. n.w. Phone Main 4110. WE BUY PAWN TICKETS?DON'T SACRIFICE YOUR OLD GOLD. We pay the highest price and give you a square deal. See me first before going elsewhere. HARRY S. FISCHER, 9?1 B st. n.w. BEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FUR niture of every description; will call. Consult the SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE CO.. 501 1 ?t. n.w. Phone Main 5636. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR WORN clothing, ladies', gents' and children's shoes and hats. Send postal, will call any hour. BEN BASS, 3-M 4V4 st. s.w. DIAMONDS! PAWN TICKETS, GOLD, SIL ver, patinum and Jewelry of all descriptions bought by ABE ABRAHAMS, 433 9th n.w. Main 5504. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOIt HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIP TION; ENTIRE CONTENTS OF HOUSES BOUGHT. COOK. BAUM & CO., 8th and D sts. n.w. Phone M. 6162. LARGE LIBRARIES OR SMALL LOTS OF books, autograph letters, historical engravings and portraits purchased for cash. JAMES F. MEEGAN. 813 17th st. Phone M. 1291. Calls made free. TRUST YOUR WATCH FOR REPAIR WHERE experienced skill is a certainty. All repairs guaranteed. Cleaning. $1. M'sp'g, $1. M. BLUMENFELD, 3010 14th n.w. Ph. Col. 775. WE.NEED FURNITURE. STORE FIXTURES, stocks of groceries and mdse. of all kinds, of fice furniture, etc. Are willing to pay for it. D. NOTES. 615 La. ave. n.w. Phone M. 3006. ANTIQUES AND ART OBJECTS SOLD ON commission or purchased outright. Wanted, for out-of-town collectors, antique furniture, china, glass, etc.; liberal prices given. R. JORDAN. 815 17th st. WANTED-FURNITURE FOR CASH. SELL your goods to the man who gives you the most money. HOPWQOD'S. Sth and K WANTED?FURNITURE, PIANOS. CARPETS. Ac. Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have us call. "WESCHLER'S." 920 Pa. ave. n.w. WILL CALL IN MY UNLETTERED WAGON, city or suburbs, and j>ay you highest prices for ladies', gentlemen's, children's discarded cloth ing of all descriptions. Address postal or phone. 1 will call. W. RICE. 1332 7th n.w. N. 17.VS. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. AWNINGS. PHONE MAIN 5635 FOB ESTIMATE ON YOUR J'indow awnings; no marring of woodwork; 1.75 up; work guaranteed. B. L. ft S. L. NICHOLSON. 709 H st. n.w. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED AT REASONABLE rates. Job work given special attention. J. B. TIFFEY, 1337 F st. n.e. Phone Linen. S752-Y. WEATHER STRIPS PUT IN; CARPENTER work, large or small; reasonable prices. C. D. OOLLINS, 719 18th St. t?.w. Phone M. 1543. CARPET CLEANING. CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY cleaned; rugs woven from old carpets; mat tresses renovated. Estimates furnished. AL BERT KAHLERT & CO.. 352 B st. s.w. M.2036. FOR THE LADIES. HAVE US DO THE DYEING YOU'LL WANT done on the light-weight clothes before you rip them up and make them over. WE CLEAN 20 pairs of gloves for $1. NEWPORT DYE WORKS. 2622 P St. n.w. Ph. W. 1164. EXPERT REMODELER OF LADIES' SUITS and evening gowns; one-piece suits, linen or silk, made to order. $5; skirts. $2.50. Ladies' Tailor, private residence, 3451 14th st. n w. Col. 5175. THE ASSISTANTS HERB AT THE NURSERY know children and their needs, and they're well taken care of while the mothers go on shopping trips. 725 11th st. n.w. HAVE REMODELED HUNDREDS OF OLD fashioned suits satisfactorily. Let us remodel yours?will make it perfect, no matter how old. WILLARD TAILORING PARLORS, 1422 F st. Ph. M. 185. 2* BRIDES, DEBUTANTES?DAINTY FRENCH lingerie to your measure; exclusive design-* Silk hosiery. Corsets to measure. Miss CHAP MAN, 1336 N. Y. ave. Main 6236-M. ?27.50. WORTH S75.? LADIES' TAILOR MADE SUITS OF IMPORTED ENGLISH SERGE; WHITE WITH FINE STRIPE. Ouse ln-see lng is believing. A perfect fit guaranteed or money back. Have your skirts made to order, $1. H. D1ENER, Ladles' Tailor and Designer, 802 B st. n.w. ELIZABETH MacKEVETT, MODISTE. MAKER and designer of street and reception gowns special attention given to commencement andS graduation dresses. Ph. M. 6187. 914 I st. n.w. T 30* LADIES, HAVE YOUR IJNEN SUIT MADE here; special price, $lo. BAUGHMAN SCHOOL. 723 11th st. n.w., 6 doors above the Paiais Royal. 29* THE NU BONE CORSET. THE STAY OF which is the most radical rdvance in <*orset honing since the advent of corsets. Positively rustproof, unbreakable and resilient. Fit guaran teed. Parlors. 719 11th st. n.w. Ph. M. 4880-M. EXPERT REMODELER OF LADIES' STMTS and evening gowns; one-piece suits, linen or *siik, made to order. $0. Indies' Tailor, private residence. 34M 14th st. n.w. Col. 5175. fl.00. ' All kinds c-f sewing machines repaired and warranted. Phone or postal. OPPENHEIMER'S. 800 E st. n.w. MILLINER. 'ARTISTIC, STYLISH; HOME OR out; moderate; feathers made, dyed, cleaned, curled; hat frames. 613 13th st. n.w., for merly of 1010 I st. n.w. DOLLY MADISON CANDIES; MADE IN EVERY conceivable novelty that can meet the slogan. "All the virtues and the merits of the best." 720 llth st. Phone Main 3134. LADIES' SUITS FROM $30 UP. Guaranteed perfect f.t or no pay. JOSEPH SQU1TIERI. 1339 R st. n.w. N. 1135. MADAME CORNELIA MAKES EVENING owns, linen suits, silk iresses and lingerie; t guaranteed. 1746 Kaloranis road n.w. THE FAVORITE CHAIR OIt DAVENPORT CAN be restored to its prisilre beauty and useful ness if jou will ordet J. F. SMITH to re upholster it. 2031 Nichols ave., Auacostia. MME. 11ELENa7~ERENcSV MODISTE, "'MAKER of gowns. Designing and enbroiderlng by for elgn experts. Also LADIES' EXCHANGE for worn gowns, securing best prices; small coin mission. 1711 Pa. ave. Phone \l. 6111. GOWNS, TAILORED SUITS AND WRAPS for every occasion made up on short notice. 607 O st. n.w , Apt. 4. Phone North 6903. LADIES' PANAMA, HEMP AND MILAN straws remoleled Into the latest stvles at low eat prices. VIENNA HAT CO.. 410 9th st n.w. Phone Main 6738. 1 WILL REMODEL YOUItllKMP, PANAMA OR Milan straw hat to the prejent style at a re markably low price. Bring it in. D. NEUFELD, 814 9th st. n.w.. bet. H and L GET MY PRICES ON A NEW SUIT. Cleaning, dyeing, repairing. Ladies' garments remodeled a specialty. WASHINGTON TA1LOR ING CO.. 921 G st. n.w. Phone M. 4976. FLOOR FINISHING. OLD FLOORS RENOVATED. IT'LL COST little to put your doors in perfect condition. If jou order us to do tlie work. Phone N. 5654. T. M.-GRATH. 1010 Kearuey st. n.a. HOT-WATER HEATING. HiCP-WATER-HEAT"IN~AN OLD HOUSE WILL enhance Its value more tliun the cost of the heater. It will save your coal bill 50%, be sides the added comfort. I will uladly design and estimate free. Ph. M. 301?t. 621 F st. n.w. MAURICE J. COLBERT. HEALTH MOVEMENT. VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH.?FREE LEC ture for Women Wednesday. 3 p.m. Natural, non-surgical; cloth-bound. 400-page boot. free. 916 Colorado bulldiug. JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING EXPERT CLOCK. WATCH AND JEWELRY ItE italring. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called for and delivered. For estimate drop postal, call or phone N. 313S. FREDERICK J. WALKER, Jeweler, 1514 14th st. n.w. MATTRESS MAKING. and* remade!" *2,T aU 8 HKX?VATED antee<l first-class PaPiTm guar* ?241 7th n.WC';Tron.Cr^L BEDDING CO . MODELS AND INVENTIONS. MODELS OF INVENTIONS. EXPERIMENTAL work, etc.: practical Inventors and idea twisters. DOREMUS MACHINE CO., ."SuO 302 13th st. n.w. Phone Main 1834. PAINTING AND DECORATING. IF THE PAINTER HAS IDEAS THAT RESULT in harmony, the woodwork and walls of. n house take The coziness of "HOME." Kstimatas given nvwhere. Consult R. K. KMGHT, 1410 Park road. Phone Col. 838. If It Jias Any Value It" can-be sold and a Star Want Ad will do the work. Read the Wanted Miscellaneous Ads every day. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. ( Continued.) PIANO TUNING. HIGH-GRADE PIANO TUNING. KEFA1HINO and placer work, $2 up. W. W. SAUNDERS, twentv vears expert for Sanders/ft Stayman. 8614 K. C. Ch. rd. Phone Col. ~~~* PLUMBING AND HEATING. WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD PLUMBER RIGHT away PL. Main 6141. While our man Is there consult him about remodeling. M. W. FINNACOM. 730 10th n.w. BEST WORK IS CHEAPEST BECAUSE ITS best. In plumbing, heating and tinning that can bo fully appreciated. For beat skill employ HI BBARI) & DURISCOE. 618 B. >laln 8348. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. STENOGRAPHY. TYPEWRITING, COPYING, addressing, duplicating; manuscripts copied and revised. Special rates to permanent patrons. M. 37SO. 406 McLachlen bldg.. lOth and G. REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES. M-GRAY REFRIGERATORS And Cooling Rooms Have No Equal. McGRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.. 611 F at. n.w. SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. ANNA B. JOHNSON, SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR, all branches; specialties, nervous troubles, rheu matism and poor circulation; appointment by plione. Ph. North 4096. 1614 16th it. n.w. BEA I'TY PRRSERVEl); WRINKLftS ~R& moved; scientific matwage; Velvetlna treat ment; ladles and children. New York Studio, 409 Kcnols bldg., I7.th and Q n.w. M. 7126. ANNA B. JOHNSON. 1614 16th ST. N.W. Scientific massage and all Its branches for rheu matism and poor circulation; appointment by phone. North 4695. TRUNK REPAIRING. THE NEW TRUNK SHOP, 1238 9th ST,?Re pairing neatly done; charges reasonable; work called for and delivered; estimates Riven at homes. Ph. N. 1535. R. W. MYERS. Prop. VACUUM CLEANING. ELECTRIC AND HAND OPERATED VACUUM CLEANERS RENTED, $UJ0 PER DAY; OPERATORS FURNISHED IF DESIRED. ROOM 303 McGlLL BLDO. PHONB M. 3376. WALL PAPER. PATERHANGING, PAINTING ft DECORATING, in all its branches. 20% cheaper than any firm in the city. CHAS. R. HYSAN, 204 East Capi tol st. Phone Linen. 2239 for estimate. HARRISON & OO.S I'APERH ANGERS AND painters are picked experts who never fail to please. Lowest prices on papering, painting or glazing. Ph. North 1733 for eBtl. 1602 7th n.w. sT GOLDBLATT. GENERAL CONTRACTOR, painter, panerhanger and plasterer. Rooms pa pered. $2.50; painted, $2; city or country. Call or drop postal. 701 22nd at. n.w. ' PROPERTY OWNERS. WHEN YOU NEED papering drop postal and get my discount; 60. 000-roll selection. Papering and painting guar anteed. OOPENHAVHR ft SON. 1203 9th n.w. WINDOW CLEANING. PHONE MAIN 7168 TO HAVE YOUR WINDOW8 cleaned by reliable whits help* houses over hauled. ACME WINDOW CLEANING CO.. Leon L. Cahoon. mgr.. 821 G St. n.W. BUSINESS 0PP0KTUNITIES. BOND?Being in need of bollding funds, will sell my $300 0% bond of Rex-Smith Aeroplane Co., College Park. Md., at par; secured by mortgage to Maryland Real Estate Title. Co., 13th and N. Y. ave.. Washington; If taken be fore April 16, will Include <15 interest coupon due then. Fred L. Barker, Box 1066, Houston. Tex. * CAFE AND BAKERY?Fine chance tor good business. Apply 806 4th St. B.e. 28* CASH paid for stock and flxtnres of any de scription. If you are going out of business consult us. Cook. Baom ft Co., 8th and D sts. n.w. CIGAR STORE, business St. Rent, $23; $550. Grocery ?tore n.w , $45 dadlyreceipts, $160. Lunchroom, 14th st. n.w., $25 dally receipts.. $750. Rooming house; Income, $660 pec month; see tb s for a bargain. Lunchroom for rent, completely equipped, tor price of rent. Equity Bus. Brokers, 1227 N. Y. ave. CORNER GROCERyT meat and vegetable store; $150 rash business per week; $500 cash. Call 931 18th st. n.w. 29* DRUG STORE?Business last year over $10,000; located in splendid residence section n.w.; satis factory reason for selling. Price less than in voice for cash. Address Box 188, Star' office. 28* ? FAMILY LIQUOR STORE (wholesale license); not affected by new excise law; cheap rent and long lease. Box 397, Star office. 29* FIRST-CLASS, modern, improved, three-chair barber shop for sale. Call at once. Apply at Box 35, Star office. FOR SALE?Poolroom (club charter) and cigar stand; cheap to quick purchaser. Terms to suit. Good location, good business, low rent. An excellent opportunity for one who can give entire attention. Address Box 313, Star office. f'RUIT RAISING BUSINESS?Some one with $200 to go with me into the fruit raising busi ness: only those who mean business need apply. Rox 392, Star office. * GROCERY and meat store?A good fancy corner; will be sold very cheap. Apply 913 20th st. n.w. ' * HARDWARE, paint, etc., . store; inattention cause of sacrificing controlling intej-est for $5,250; value of whole business about $15,000; particulars given at office. Wanted?Grocery, cigar stores, lunchrooms. ' pivilrooms. rooming houses, in all sections of city, and at all prices, for cash clients. To sell or buv a store see us. NEW YORK HI SLNESS BROKERS, 1423 V. HARDWARE and paint store for sale, in n.w. section; bargain; well located and stocked; good stand; 111 health cause of sale. Box 3H4, Star office. 28* IN VESTORS?Wanted. 25 individuals to inveat each in local manufacturing enterprise. Splendid financial returns assured. Box 342, Star office. _ 28* INVESTMENT?A small Investment will secure a permanent, lucrative office business, showing immediate returns and a brilliant future. Right party mav have terni9 for purchase. No trlflers. Box 351. Star office. 28* INVESTMENT?20^ preferred dividend stock of fered for 'biibscfriprlon in a local manufacturing company. Are you looking for an Investment with or without services? Graham Sales and Mfg. Co.. Room 15. 426 6th n.w. 27* LUNCHROOM: will sell cheap if sold at once; terms to suit. Box 393, Star office. 29* MAN (young) wanted to learn trade; must have good habits, industrious and some capital to invest in a well established business; unusual opportunity. Address Box 136, Star office. MANAGER for (fffice supply store, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Cal.; good salary and commis sion <>ii gross sales; must furnish references and have $2.o0u cash to Invest in company stock. Box 401, Star office. 28* ORCHARD--$1,600 stock apple-peach orchard; best In Virginia: bargain, immediate purchaser. Apartment 82, Valuta apartment. 27* OYSTER and fi3h house for sale in Mt. Pleasant. Sell cheap ?o quirk buyer for $50. Doing good business. Owner leaving city. Call 1406 Irving st. n.w. Wednesday or_ Friday. 28* PRINTING OFFICE)?8x12, 10x16 Chandler-Price presses, individual motors; cutter, stitcher, plenty typo and accessories; can be bought cheap If scid at once; good trade; rent, $15. 467 C st. n.w., 1st floor. 30* PRODUCE, poultry and fruit stand (established) for sale. 17 Rlggs market. 29* ROOMING HOUSE ? Nicely furnished rooming house; full of permanent roomers; all furniture In excellent condition. Apply 80S 11th st. n.w. JL! 4 r ROOMING? HOUSE; 11 rooms; central location: southern exposure; $300 cash. 703 Mt. Vernon place n.w. 28* SALESMAN?An experienced salesman In real estate wanted. Address, statin; references, Box 236. Star office. SHOE BUSINESS for sale, In splendid locality; reason, going out of town; lease: moderate store rent. Address Box 335. Star office. 2S* STORK; housefurnlKhings for saV; doing fine business: next to market. 1422 7th st. n.w. Sl'WURBAN LOT A splendid acre lot for sub urban home at half price If sold at once. Box 238. Star office. To LET--The Van Dyke apts. and cafe. 401 3rd n.w.: good location for hotel or boarding house; hot-water heat furnished: cheap rent for six months. Apply to E. W. Mollohan. 213 South ern bldg. 28* VARIETY STORE for sale; well stocked and es tablished business; cheap if sold at once; property mav lie purchased If desired; terms to suit. OWNER. 1432 Wis, ave. 28* WANTED?Small, well located, paying country store, for cash. Addrecs P. O. Box 471, Lees bury, Va. 27* $1,000 TO $5,000 to put in good business, with salary $3." weekly and percentage profit*. Ad dress J. F. B-. Star office. 28* FOE SALE. BOATS AND ACCESSORIES. LAUNCH?THE BEAUTIFUL CABIN CRUIS ing launch. "Blanche H.," 30x8 ft.; equipped with ?'Standard" engine. Entire outfit iu ele gant condition. Acknowledged to be the hand somest small craft on the- river. Price cheap to quick purchaser. Apply to H. H. HOL LANDER, Columbian Law building. FOR SALE. HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC. FOR HIRE?HORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, by day, week or month, at special prices. GENERAL LIVERY CO.. Inc., rear of 337 Pa. ave. n.w. Phone Main 1197. FOR SALE?A large variety of fine carriages. harness, livery and horses; owners leaving City; prices exceptionally low. Downey's Stables and Carnage Repository. 1622-ft>28 /L st. n.w. HORSES and mares?10 good ones. Apply Nor man Corbln. 311 Mo. ave. n.w. 30* HORSES?One pair bay horses, 15.3 hands higb. 9 years old: suitable for carriage, surrey or rnnabout: both good saddle horses; a typical, all-around family team. Apply Burgdorf Stable, 416 8th st. n.w. HORSE. WAGON AND HARNESS cheap; will sell separate- 800 10th n.e. 39* HORSE (one). $50. Apply Dugan's Livery 8ta ble. 3307 M st. 27* MARE, young, sound, 1.000 lbs.; lady can drive; buggy and wagon. 1116 B st. n.e. 28* MARES?1 nice family driving mare, surrey and harness; also 2 good work mares, suitable for country. 424 8th n.w. 27* HOI SEFI RNISHIXGS" LOOK! 60c DOWN AND 25c PER WEEK. Want tiB to come or shall we send samples to select from? Lace curtains, portieres, rugs, table covers, couch covers, bedspreads, sheets and pillowcases, table linen, silverware, clocks, vases, etc. Address AGAIN, Star office. 8* MOTOR CYCLES AXD BICYCLES~ EXCELSIOR TWIN-NEW. 19kTmODEL. WITH as tank and lamp, $215: must sell quick. 11 between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. or write O. W. FORD, 22ol 14th st. n.w. * HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR CYCLE; IN good condition. 61C 3rd n.w. 27* SECONDHAND MOTOR CYCLES?A FEW Karanteed slightly used machines can be tight at bargains; cash or payments. BER RYMAN A WILLIAMS. ?12 9th st. Main 4180. MUSICAL IXSrai MBXTS. NEW PIANOS and players sold on easy terms. Prices lower than elsewhere. New pianos, $123 up and players as low as $300. One pianola, $78, with complete lot of music. Tuning. $1.50. Colombia grafonolas. grapbophones and rec ords. Open evenings. Helbly Bros.. 1742 7th -st. n.w. Estab. 30 years. PIANO? Upright mahogany case; value. $30<i cash; to an immediate cash purchaser, $Su. 8 Franklin oat. 29* PIANO?Kimball upright, good condition. $95. 1237 G st. n.w. PIANOS? Piano bargains?Yose. $170; Stoltz & Bauer, $140; Estey, $130; Regal, $90; Kohler A Camp bell. $110. Hugo Worch, 1110 G. PIANO?Bargain in upright piano, very cheap: full size upright grand. In medium dark case: beau tiful tone. Reduced from $350 to $160. A handsome upright in light mahogany, rich, full tone; reduced from $375 to $250. One fine up- ' right, flue tone: reduced from $350 to $140. Grimes' Piano Store, new location, 70S 13th st. PIANO BARGAINS?Upright pianos, $100 cash; player pianos. $275 cash; high-grade pianos sold on easy terms. 8ee me before you buy. not after. Joseph Hall Chase Piano Co., 1307 G st. n.w., 162S 7th st. n.w. BIANOS? Piano Exchange. 1237 G st. n.w.; bar gains in second-hand pianos: $400 Shoninger upright. $225; $500 Chickerlng upright, $100: $400 Kimball upright, $125; $400 Bradbury upright. $100; $500 Knabe upright. $150; $300 Miller upright. $175; $000 A Utopia no upright. $275: $500 Steinway upright, $250; $75t> Knabe grand. $390. We will buy your old piano for cash. We sell on small payments. See us and save nionejr. PL1NOS?STIEFF PIANOS are unrivaled for tone, touch and durability; time has proven them best. A few second-band pianos at bargain prices. Piano tuning by factory experts. Sev eral player-pianos (used) bargains. Cbas. M. Stieff. 1006-10 F st. n.w.. J. C. ConlilT, mgr. PIANOS?New upright, guaranteed, $100 cash: new upright, guaranteed, $185, $5 down and $5 per month: new upright, guaranteed, (225, $5 down and $5 per giontb: new upright, guaranteed $350. $10 down and $7 per month; one new player-piano, guaranteed. $275 cash. Joseph Hall Chase PIftno Co., 1307 G st. n.w.; phone Main 2110. POULTRY AND EGGS. POULTRY?Hatching eggs, baby chicks, duck lings; white Leghorns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, giant Pekln ducks; our breeders enjoy free range; chicks are hatched In a giant hot-water Incubator, capacity, 10,000. insuring vigor and vitality. Reserve Hill Poultry Farm, East Falls Church. Ya. Phone Ross. 9-A. PETS?DOGS, CATS, ETC. POINTERS FOR SALE; THOROUGHBRED puppies; beautifully marked: sure hunters; 6lre and bitch on exhibition. 405 14th n.e. THE NORRIS BIRD AND PET STORE? Birds, cages, seed, goldfish, dogs, aquariums, etc.; hospital for animals; boarding; rates very reasonable. 3035 14th st. n.w. Phone Col. 165. COLLIE ANI) COACH PUPFIES FOR SALEl E. B. MALKHAM. 22nd and Benning road. SCOTCH COLLIE, beautifully marked; gentls and kind with children: urlce. $25. Phone. HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS?ALL PETS TREAT ed humanely; surgical operations: boarding kennels; dog cemetery. Mrs. KIDWKLL. Ma tron. 2115 14th st. Phone North 1608. SEWIK6M A CHIX ES. DROP-HEAD MACHINES?Davis. $I2.oft; Stand ard, $15; Singer. $18; Sterling, $8.50; Minne sota, $8; Singer Automatic, $7.50. LARKIN. 3rd and H n.w. Phone M. 3235. MACHINES?New Home, drop head, $15; Singer, drop leaf, $10; Domestic. $5; and a full line of new Singer machines, 50<; per week; repairing by experts; open evenings. H. R. Given, 625 Pa. ave. s.e. Ph. Line. 3672. MACHINES?Singer sewing machines; cash talks here; time, too; renting and repairing by experts; any old machines of any old make taken as part payment on new Singer sewing machines. G. C. SMITH, 313 Pa. ave. s.e. i'aone Line. 448. TYPEWRITERS. TYPEWRITER RENTAL SERVICE, 36 Ran dolph pi. n.w.; North 3128-M. Densmores rented, $1.25 luontkly; Remingtons, Olivers, Smith-Premiers, $1.50; L. C. Smiths, Royals. Olivers, $2.25; I'nderwoods. Monarchs. $2.50. Reductions if paid 3 or 6 months In advance. MISCELLANEOUS. BANKING FIXTURES for sale. 7th ST. SAV INGS BANK, 1316 7th st. n.w. Delivery April 1st. BATCH MIXER, one Foote; half vard; steam driven, complete with boiler: good condition: $350. J. HENRY MILLER, Inc., 14th and D sts. s.w. 28* BOWLING ALLEYS?Five portable bowling al leys of the best make; in excellent condition; used only short while; no reasonable offer re fused. The F. H. Smith Company, -14Q8 N- Y. ave. OARBONATORS and soda fountains built to or der or sold right from our stock. Cheap terms if desired. H. B. Hilton, Mfgr., 310 6th st. n.w. Ph. M. 1181. CARD WRITING?Show card writing course for $1; instructions complete and thorough; circu lar free. Leo Williamson. 709 H St. s.w. CLOTHING?A service indeed to the man of moderate means who must make dollars do dou ble duty: it'B to this store they must come; if there's lietter or newer suits than the uncalled for tailor's stock or the factory's surplus pants, $2 to $3. we don't know it: and if there's more cash to be saved, you know it: same applies to slightly used coats and vests. $2 to $5. Justh's Old Stand. 019 D. One price. COLLIE PUP. seven months old. Address H. L. Day, 1418 14th st. n.w. COW?For sale, fresh Jersey cow. Apply 1006 Pa. ave. s.e. 29* DENTAL CHAIR and office fixtures. 631 r st s.w. 28* DIAMON D NECKLACE for fcalc; 62 stones weighing from ^ to 1% ct. each. Can be seen at A. J. Sugar's office, 504 E n.w., bet. 10 and 1 o'clock. Cost $4.000. Will sacrifice for $2,000. DOORS, windows, blinds, all inside finish, man tels, bathtubs and fixtures, plumbing and other material; must be sold: building' being taken down. Apply ou premises, corner 14th and H sts. n.w. DRE4SSES For sale, handsome lavender evening dress, gray tailored suit, long pongee coat. 2 stylish one-piece dresses, long tan coat; cheap. Flat 4. 1753 Columbia road. 28* FI/OOR OIL?Beet dust less, 35c per gal.; Yale and other keys duplicated, 20c each. Enterprise Hardware Co.. Phone Main 5051. 927 9th st. n.w. FRAMES THAT MAKE THE PICTURES" See us about framing and save money. Ssre big money I RELIABLE PICTURE FRAME CO., 1829 14th n.w. Phone N. 2048. FURNITURE?Bedroom and parlor set In excellent condition, by party leaving the city; quick sale desired. Call Apt. C. 10 Fla. ave. n.w. FURNITURE?Party leaving city will sell furpl ture of four-room flat very cheap; flat will also be for rent. Apply from 4 to 6 o'clock, 53 the Carolina apartment. 27* FURS-I am offering a beautiful black set of furs for $14; worth $40. They are 1913 de sign. in perfect condition and free from moth; <-an give them to you In a mothproof box. Please answer quick. Box 216, Star office. HOT-WATER heater and radiators; best make: si so steam heater, suitable for 6 or 7 room bouas. Address Box 357. Star office. FOE SALE. MISICELLAXBOtS (Continued I. PLATES-WHITE HOUSE PLATES? Used by Abraham Lincoln; autographs of Lin coln ana other prominent men: also rare en gravings. Heltmmler Art Co.. 130T 14th at. n w. PORTABLE HOUSE (sniaill: double walla with i building paper bet wee i; suitable ft>r winte# use. Will sell cheap. Address Box 320, Star office. RAILROAD TIOKET to Cincinnati and Nash ville. Phono Apt. 053 the' Westmoreland. 27* R.R ticket. Tit pa. ami N.Y. C. to Carthage. N. 61 S at. n.w. 28? RING?$18 1-carat real reconstructed rubv. ab solutely perfect, in 14-karat gold Tiffanv ring $5.or. ? -grain Utseur pearl ring, of finest luster, ?? * real pearl of $150 value, for. 10.00 *2* synthetic (reconstructed* sapphire. In Tiffany riug mounting $5 00 A. KAH.V 935 F. SHADES?Good quality opaque shades, fitted to your windows, only 35c; the best quality oil opaque shades, 00c; hung free. We call with samples. Kleebatt's. 11th and H sts. n.e. SPITS?Bargains in sample suit*! $15 all-wool serges and norelty suits, $9.98; $20 and $25 sample suits, each a dandy model. $12.90. ITie nlftlest suit shop in town. The Strife Shop. 911 G st. n.w. WINDOW SHADES?Durability guaranteed; big reductions this month; estl's fur. We also rent Si? ? vacuum cleaners; operators furnishad. W. T. BAIR. 1Q28 12th n.w. Ph. M. 2086. SHADES?We make a specialty of first-class opaque shades hung at 50c each. A 2.rd sa,esnian. R. C. M. Burton * Bon, nil E st. n.w. Phone Main 3494. $500 BATHROOM OUTFIT, duplicate of plumb ic features in the Plaza Hotel, New York. Will sell for $125. Also several high-grade I "'"'.'juhs and closets. This is the chance of l a lifetime if you contemplate building now or VJ?.L nPar fu,ure- Fixtures on display at 720 l?lh st. n.w. AUTOMOBILES. FOR SALE. hhsitate? ready cash for old useless cars, auto tires and tubes. Parts CI a * R?r oJw'c0-7 I' ?n*wbere. ISADORE GLASSER. 2025 7th st. n.w. Phone N. 3959. B*BCOCK ELECTRIC for sale; also Waverlr electric runabouts for sale or rent; guaranteed South wort h-Kolser Co.. ZZ'VZJP?* Repairing and Battery Work, real 1320 L st. n.w. Phone M. 2239. BKJ?K'? Overland; Wayne; Welsh. 60-b.p.; 3 tops; for sale cheap. 212 B st. n.w. 29* CADILLAC 1812 touring car, with electric"self .e,ectrl?' lights, top, windshield, speedometer, tools and extra tires; flrst-class condition. THE COOK A STODDARD CO.. 1138-40 Conn, ave. CADILLAC. 1611; demitonneau; complete with top wind shield, speedometer, tools; flrst-class condition. , THE COOK A 8TODDARD CO., 1138-40 Conn. ave. CADILLAC 30; perfect condition; fully equipped 907 1 st. n.w. 28* CADILLAC?1911, Foredoor; rebuilt and newly painted; guaranteed in perfect condition; complete with new top, windshield, speed ometer and tools. THE COOK A STODDARD CO., 1138-40 Conn, ave. CADILLAC?1913. 6-passenger; has not run over 1.000 miles. Address W. D. F.. Star office. 29' CADILLAC. 1910; demi tonneau; wool recovered top; new disc self-starter: demountable rims The C^ok Stoddard Co.. 1138-40 Conn, ave. CHALMERS?1913, four-passenger, torpedo l>odv. 30-horsepower. Wallace Bnssford. Speaker's rooms. House of Representatives. 2n? "COLE." four-passenger; gray and red; nickel trimmings, electric lights, demountable rims good tires, clock, etc.; perfect condition; $785; would ^take roadster in part payment. Phone ELECTRIC?First-class condition; must be sold nt once; owner leaving city. Phone M. 3334. I ELECTRIC VICTORIA; new batteries; cushion tires; in excellent condition; $500. Roadster 40-h.u., 11*11 model, lu fine condition and com pletely equipped. |700. The John H. Earle Co.. 817 I4U1 n.w. Tel. M. 7306. E* M- *'? "MM-TOURING CAR?Complete; good I condition. ? THE OOOK A STODDARD CO., 1138-4U Conn. ave. | FORD runabouts, 2, $125 each. 1 Buick, model No. 10. Just overhauled. $250. 1 2-cyliuder Jackson, $100. MANGUM A EHNERT, rear 1329 G St. n.w. FORD. Model T, runabout. 1912; excellent con I dltion. Box 862, Star office. 28* HAY.NES?A real bargain; Haynes 5-passenger* 4-cylInder, 30-h.p.; good tires; newly painted excellent family car; sacrifice for $350 cash' | Address Box 345. Star office. LOCOMOBILE delivery car, l,50o lbs.; in per fect condition and will sell cheap; owner bought a larger truck. Phone M. 1428. Shln | ping Olerk. 2^.^ LOCOMOBILE. 191 J, 48-h-p.; 4-passenger; good condition; sacrifice for cash. (}. Linden ?020 M n.w. ' 3i* LOCOMOBILE?One of our owners leaving com pelled to sell his car Immediately: $5,000 car for $2,000. Locomobile Company of America. 1124 Conn, ave. MAXWELL?Classy runabout, suitable for light delivery or pleasure; good condition. 222 11th n<> 27* OIL AUTO OIL. | 40c PER GALLON. ! Give It a trial. Phonfe M. 781#. | Nat. Machinists' Supply Co.. 520 12th st. a.w. OVERLAND automobile, four-passenger, 1900 will sell for $200 if sold at once. North west Garage, 1222 12th st. n.w. 30* REGAL ROADSTER?L'nderslung, 1912, flrst class condition; fully equipped; a bargain. Ad ply 106 8th st. n.e. 27* ROADSTER?Best bargain in city; 30-h.p 4 j passenger roadster; same aa new; cheap. Ao ply 911 11th st. s.e. P 28" STl DEBAKER, 1911, 5-passenger touring car. Hudson, 1910, 5-passenger touring car. Cadillac, 1910, 5-passenger touring car. Chalmers. 1909, 5-passenger touring car. Two Chalmers, 1911, 5-passenger touring cars. Chalmers 30, 1912, touring car. Chalmers 30, 1910, roadster. Chalmers 36, lfll2, 4-passenger. Chalmers 30. 1913. roadster. Baker electric runabout. All Chalmers listed above have been rebuilt and are in flrst-class guaranteed running condi tlon. Zell Motor Co.. 1405 H n.w. THOMAS ROADSTER?Rumble seat; carries three; tires good as new: engine in excellent condition; will make 40 miles per hour and pull any hill on high; this car can be bought for $275 if sold at once; a demonstration will con vlnce. Phone M. 3335 or N. 5087. i USED BUICK CARS. . 1911 2-passenger roadster $750 I 1911 2-passenger 2-cvl. roadster $375 | 1911 5-passenger touring car $7,10 1911 2-passenger roadster $450 1911 4-cyl. truck fotK) 1912 2-passenger roadster $525 1912 2-passenger roadster $725 The above cars are all In perfect condition, having been overhauled and repainted. All used Bulcks sold by us are guaranteed. Buick Motor Company. Conn. ave. at L st. WASHINGTON CAR?1910, 5-passenger; fine condition. Md. Ave. Motor Car Co., 643 Md. ave. n.e. Linen. 1534. 27* WASHINGTON CAR?In good running order; also Maxwell runabout. Rear of 2111 H st. n.w. Thomas garage. SIX LITTLE YANKEES. ' SIX LITTLE YANKEES. SIX LITTLE YANKEES. SIX LITTLE YANKEES. The Great "Carbon Killers." No liquids, no delay, no scraping; harmless, non-explosive. Rids a motor of carbon in 30 minutes practically without soiling the hands. Increases power. $2 a box. Box con tains 72 Six Little Yankees, sufficient to clean a 4-cylinder motor 3 times. Beware of Imitators None genuine without the trade-marked picture of the Six Little Yankees on the box. Price, $?? a box. For sale by Barber & Ross. 11th and G sts.; National Electrical Supplv Co., 132S New York ave., snd Irvlu T. Donoboe, 1803 M st. n.w. Mfrs., Six Little Yankees Co.. Philadelphia. WANTED. WANT TO EXCHANGE MY 5-PASSENGER car, which is in flrst-class order, for a good runabout; will adjust difference; state kind and in what condition. Box 372. Star office. 2S? REPAIRING ALTO repairing by Frank G. Stewart A Co. formerly with the Itco Auto Co.. guaranteed satisfactory; also flrst-class storage. 1441 R 1 ave. (rear). AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING IN ALL ITS branches; nickel plating, enameling and pol ishing. DOREMUS MACHINE COMPANY 300-302 13th st. n.w. Phone M. 1834. ap20* EXPERT AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING. 8TOR age, supplies; all makes of tires; Handsome 5 and 7 passenger cars for hire. Thomas' Garage 2111 H st. n.w., rear. * IF WOODROW WILSON WILL AND MAR shall shall, what will Bryan and McAdoo about their tires? Buy them of the WIL8ON GOICHER TIRE CO.. 1705 14th St. Phone N. 3791. LET l.'S QUOTE you on new tires, all makes; vulcanizing and automobile accessories. We can save you money. Work called for and delivered. Sullivan-Garrett Co.. 1217 H st. n.w. Phone M. 7665. RADIATORS REPAIRED BY EXPERTS: GUAR an teed satisfactory; old lamps repaired or ?x c ha need for new: small cost. FRENCH RADI ATOR AND FENDER CO., 1604 14th. N. 20T5. AUTOMOBILES. (t'oatlaued.t FOR RIRB. A1 AITOMOBIL.ES for hire?Al. New 5 and 7 passenger car*, uith careful chauffeurs. 12 per hour up. Pay ph>>n<>. Main 7319. Night phone. North IV>49. Special rate* for trips. People's Auto Hiring Co. KINK AUTOS FOR HIRE. $2.50 PKR HOUR up: Are and seven passengers; lowest rate* 1b city; strictly competent driver*. For special ratea phone Linen. 1434. ~ ~ FIVE i'ASSEXOER^ACTO. $2.00 per hour. Foot warmer. AUTO HIKE CO.. Uncn. 2503. TOR HIRE? By the hour or trip. Five-passenger private auto. rhoue North 2840. FOR GOOD Al TOMOR1LE SERVICE CALL Main 0834. You will he satlsfled. NATIONAL SK'iMT SKF.ING CO LIMOUSINRS. TOURIST CARS AND TAXIOAB9 FOR HIRE AT REGULAR TAXICAB RATES. HOLLADAY AUTOMOBILE CO., 1318 L st. n.w. Phone North 1470. GARAGES. FIREI'ROOF GARAGE. K ST. NEAR CONN. $10 mouth. Apply Apt. 106. the Ro chambeau. 3y? COMMERCIAL GARAGE; unsurpassed facilities guarantee serrice obtaiuahle at do other garaga. Storage. Repairs. Moti?*rate charges. Gasoline, 17c gal. 303-5-7 nth n.w. M. 247. AUTO OWNERS desiring first-class garage serv ice. with n thoroughly efficient repair shop, wl.l find It at Northwest Garage, Campbell ft Bland, 121U 13th (rear). Phon? N. 2820 FOR RENT?BOOMS. FURNISHED. 1319 HARVARD ST. N.W. 2 ROOMS (SOUTH ern exposure); private bath; suitable for two gentlemen. 613 13t h ST V W -NICE ROOMS; BEDROOMS or housekeeping. * 1310 MASS. AVE. N.W.?HANDSOME &ALON parlor, suitable for professional man or woman; other rooms, en suite or single. 3044 CAMBRIDGE PLACE?3 ROOMS; SINK IN kitchen: $15. Phone 1553. > 1758 COL. ROAD-TWO DELIGHTFUL SBCOND floor front rooms, adjoining bath; two car lines. 2010 P ST. N.W.. THE ALTON, APT. 32? Nicely furnished front room. 1035 N. J. AVE. N.W.?FOR HOUSEKEEPING, 3 completely furnished front rooms'; gas rnnge; adults; $20. 30* 1123 N. J. AVE. N.W ?COMMUNICATING PAR lors, nicely furnished; newly decorated; bath floor: front hall room; h.k. permitted. 518 3rd ST! N.E NICELY FURNISH ItD front rooms; bath; two blocks frotn Union sta tion; reasonable. 2* 722 5th N.E.?EXCEEDINGLY HANDSOME, newly papered and floors newly covered, three and four room flats: elegantly" and completely furnished for housekeeping: to. $5.50 and $6 per week: gas Included. Phone Linen. 3005. ? 420 3rd ST. N.W?LARGE ROOM WITH porch; nicely furnished for housekeeping; $12 per mon,h. 5 C ST. N.E.?'WELL FURNISHED ROOMS; southern exposure: near Capitol, Library, sta tion: private family 513 3rd ST. S.E.?DESIRABLE FRONT ROOMS famished for l.h.k.; gas and bath; car lines. 4 8th ST. S.E ? FRONT AND BACK PARLORS, furnished for l.h.k.; on car lines. 1115 G ST., COR. 12th?BEAUTIFUL FUR nished front room; all conveniences; cheap. Inquire first flat. 20* THE CARLISLE. 1426 K ST. N.W., FORMER residence of late John G. Carlisle?Ideal loca tion; live in this fashionable section and aave street car, time and expense; newly furnished rooms at summer rates: first-class table board at 1416 K st. if desired; your inspection cor dially Invited. 1217 L ST. N.W.-PLEASANT 3rd FLOOR front room, southern exposure; convenient lo cation. 27* 1313 14tll ST.?THREE BEAUTIFUL BOOMS, upper floor; no l.h.k. 28* 1120 E S.E.-0N 1*A. AVE. ('/ACT LINE; A nicely furnished, electric-lighted room; hot water heat; #7; gentleman only. 28* THE NORTHAMPTON, APT. 61?2 LARGE, communicating rooms, adjoining bath; attrac tively furnished: elevator. 28* TWO-ROOM SUITE: PRIVATE BATH; PHONE; electric lights; everything new and up-to-date; home comforts; can accommodate with meals If desired: private home. Box 214, Star office. 60 K ST. N.W.?LARGE FRONT ROOM; NICE ly furnished; near printing office; gentlemen preferred. 1927 15th ST. N.W?FURNISHED ROOM8 FOR light housekeeping; private family of adults; use 'of phone. 726 12th ST. N.W.?LARGE. WELL FURNISH ed rooms, $1.50, $2 and $3 per week; board if desired; near all car lines; transienta ac commodated. 726 20th N.W.?LARCJE ROOM (FRONT) WITH one or two beds; suitable for two gentlemen or married couple; also smaller room 1412 20th?PLEAS A NT ROOMS. SUMMER prices, half square from cars and Dupont Cir cle; references essential. 1218 12th ST. N.W.?LARGE. WELL FUBN1SH ed 2nd floor front and back rooms; hot water; phone service. 80* 910 8th ST. N.W.-NICELY FURNISHED front and adjacent rooms for l.h.k.; near Carnegie Library. 28* 1306 NEWTON ST. N.W.?TWO NICELY Fl'A nUhed second-floor rooms for light housekeep ing. or single. 27* 1142 7th 8T. N.W.?VERY DESIRABLE FRONT rooms for young Hebrew men. 1106 VERMONT AVE.?TWO FURNISHED rooms, private family. 442 NEW YORK AVE. N.W.?LARGE FUR nlshed room, suitable for light housekeeping; next to bath; $8 month. 27* 116 4th N.E?FOUR NICELY FURNISHED rooms; private bath: linen; china; silverware: near Capitol and Library. 800 EYE ST. N.W.?NICELY FURNISHED 2nd floor rooms; near patent office and convenient to car line. 31* SC6 VARNUM 8T., COL. 166+-TWO COMMUNI cating rooms; fully equipped for housekeeping. Stevenson. 30* 41 M ST. N.W.?$15; ONE VERY LARGE south-front room, with alcove; 2nd floor: fine house; also another large room, adjoining bath. $12. 27* 1328 HARVARD?WELL FURNISHED ROOM, hath same floor; steam heat; pbone; private family. 113 H ST. N.W. ? SECOND-FLOOR F RONT, nicely furnished rooms: southern exposure* for l.h.k. Also other rooms: ail convenieffi-es; reasonable. 30* 1310 MASS. AVE.?SUITE OF ROOMS, SUIT able for l.h.k.: other rooms, en suite or single. GLANDORF.. 1138 12th, APT. 2?DESIRABLE corner suite; cool; convenient to shopping cen ters: also single rooms; excellent table hoard at 1134. North 4673-M. 30* 1414 N ST. N.W.?2 BEAUTIFULLY LIGHTED rooms: clean, neat: restful home. 29* THE HOME APARTMENT. MASS. AVE. AND 7th st. c.w.. Apt. 4?Nicely furnished rooms; one or two gentlemen. 941 N. Y. AVE. N.W.?LARGE 2nd-FLOOR bedroom, dining room and kitchen; complete for housekeeping. 2nd FLOOR. FRONT AND BACK ROOMS, communicating; tsiuk; rent, $10. Apply 412 H st. n.w. 413 G ST. N.W.-HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, also others suitable for gentlemen. Rates rea sonable. 1418 M ST. N.W. (THOMAS CIRCLE)?HAND sotnely furnished rooms, en suite or single; brass beds: cherry and mahogany furniture: open fireplaces; all outside rooms. Phone N. 4895. 800 N. CAP. ST.?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, all front; two parlors, suitable for doctor's of fice; near gov't printing office and Union sta . tion. UNFURNISHED. 301 12th ST. S.E.-3 LARGE FRONT ROOMS with gas and bath. * 1337 11th ST. N.W.?TWO OR THREE SEC ond or third story rooms, in first-class condi tion; must l<e tin to be appreciated. 20* 517 E ST. N.E.?8 ROOMS AND BATH: $30.50. 1806 U ST. N.W.-THREE OR FOUR UN furnished rooms; private bath; l.h.k.; large south porch. 28* 705 Q ST. N.W.-TWO UNFURNISHED FRONT rooms; l.h.k.; heat, gas, bath; adults only. 28* 617 MD. AVE. S.W.?TWO NICE 2nd-FLOOR rooms on bath floor; gas: reasonable. 27* 800 4th N.E.?SUITE OF ? UNFURNISHED rooms; second floor; hot-water beat. 28* 2827 11th ST. N.W.?TWO OR THREE LARGE rooms, second floor: heat and gas for light housekeeping: $1." or $20. 159 RANDOLPH PLACE N.W.-THRliE MCE, bright rooms; private bath; porch; l.h.k.; rea sonable. 818 I N.E.-TWO LARGE ROOMS: SUITABLE for l.h.k.; water In one; next to bath; $8 month, including gas; references exchanged. 1131 Oth ST. N.W.?A DESIRABLE SECOND floor flat of three large rooms, for l.h.k. 27* 204 Oth S.E ?SECOND-FLOOR FLAT; 4 LARGE room* and bath; heat and gas; $20; call after 5 p.m.; reference required. 27 730 10th ST. N.W.?FOR KEV1. OOMM*slCAT ing rooms. 2nd and 3rd floors. 925 ftth ST. N.W.?2 ROOMS AND PEIVATE bath; gas range; hot-water heat: $15. 27 201 I ST. N.W.?LARGE UNFURNISHED room; second floor front; next to bath; with best home cooking: for two, $45 per month. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED. 1226 12th ST. N.W.?FURNISHED PARLOR, bedroom, 3 unfurnished rooms and bath. 1201 N. J. AVE. N.W.?TWO BRIGHT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. 2434 FRANKLIN ST. N.E. (TREASURY TO Langdou.) $15 month; 6 rooms (ball, bath, kitchen): a.m.I. 28* WITH BOARD. 807 A ST. N.E.?ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN suite; with or without private baths; reception halls on each floor: first-class boaft sad accom modations; terms reasons bis. 29* FOE BENT?ROOMS WITH BOARD <C'omtlnn?*?l.? 141? 15th st n.W.- srcdnil stoltv fk? (XT room or two communicating fn?ul r-?><iis. witit hath: beautifully furnished; first c|a?? ]i ? ise iiihi board; for adults: after April 1. i inue North 3532. (ill mi?. AVE. X.e BEAl 1 11 ix i.ih'a l h?V on Capitol Hill; rooms ami board.'hot-w :t,cr heat; reasonable. 1024 lTtii n .W". -slximi kl<h?K EUONT 1 uotmt summer rates; half square to cars. 1'lion- M. 8177. 2<j* FURNISHED ROOM. WITH FIBS'fiia^s board. in private family: gentleman $2it. lt?x 883. Star office. ? PARTY five OR SIX TO (hti l'v FURNISII ed flat; three t?edroonn. sitting r>iom. bath; good tn?ard: $20 to $23 each, according io num ber In room: first-class home Capitol IIH1. Box 188. Station B. * 1335 15u. N.W.?NEWLY El 'RMSHED hi?1 >k; desirable vacancies; table l*>a:d; near jrs. Phone X. 1528- Y. 1431 RHODE islaxi* avex.w kx) kl .1 1 \T room and board; pleasant surronndiui> s"iii . i cooking. Please call for particulars ) ;<**! references expected. 1122 VEKMOXT AVR I.ardl, 2nd i i o) >k fr\>nt; private bafh; other double r'*?m^; ~uitu m table board. 733*" 8th n.W. ROOMS and BOARD? p'clock breakfast; men only. 29* 3521 14th ST. x.W.?TWO nicely erilmsyt ed rooms; good table board; private itotue. Plione Columbia 4tfih> 1510 P N.W.-NEWLY Flrkmkilei> k< ><> M s* with good table lioard: well kept house $:;o up; central; private family. !<? i347 L ST. N.W.?furnished ROOMS AM* board; home cooking; hot bread dally; hot water: bath; central location; phone. 31* ill? k x.w-. ^elbtrr place to boom am> board; small and large rooms; transients at>vn modated. 2*"* 201ST. N.W.?TWO VERY lah<1e~~euo\t rooms, furnished or unfurnished; connected hr ?mall hall; next to bath; 2nd floor; southern enposure; steam beat; very bast of home cook ing; corner residence; one of the finest dining room* in city; terms, $45 per month for two; also one single room. 3rd floor; terms, $20 pa* month for one. Phone Main 78*11. 1715 ~ q ST. X w7- (>vf LARGE SECOND llo)>r front room, suitable for two; also slog la room; with good board. 230 RHOI'E ISLAND ave. X.W".?TWO ft'r nlshed front rooms in private family, tor gen tlemen only; very reasonable. Ill 12th N.e.-I^OVELY FURNISHED ROOM, overlooking Lincoln Park: handsome colonial home: suit couple or gentlemen; rensonshle. fl' THE IROglOlS. APT. 405. 1410 x ST. n.tf. - Han)lsomely funilsbed room with board: fine location. 81* 817 8th r>f" N.W.-LaRGE. SI nnt FltoN'T rorvms. nicely furnished; excellent table; .-ou venlent to car lines. 27* 1222 CONNECTICUT ave. NEW MAN \(;F. ment offers i>erinatient home to young nien; reasonable rates I'hone 4800 North 1765 EUCLID st\ X.W . WASHING 10\* Heights-Attractive front room, southern and western exposure*; all modern conveniences; refined home and best board; convenient t?? both car line*; references exchanged. PHONE X. 7175- LARGE 2nd-STORY~front room, adjoining bath; good home conking, $45 for one, $05 for two. 1404 I, ST. X.W'.?2 VERY DESIRABLE FROXT rooms, suitable for 3 or 4 young men in each, or couples; excellent table; every modern con venience. Phone M. 3388. 320 MD. AYR VE. TWO nice. LARGE rooms, scut hern exposure; in good neighbor hood. with excellent table. 1224 13th ST. N.W. ? HANDS* IMELY FUR nlshed outside rooms; brass beds; mahoganv furniture; every modern convenience; excel lent table; $23 month up. Phone. WITH OR WITHOUT HOARD. 1362 k ex YON ST.?THREE lakhk ROOMS with bath, on so-ond floor; with private fam ily. * WANTED ROOMS. LADY WITH BABY WANTS i.ARGE fl fi nished room or two small: l.b.k.; must be reasonable; stat* particulars. Box :t87, Star office. ? W anteiv^by uexttfj>rAN. oox(I ) >rtable furnished room, pleasant surround.ings, with private party: no boarding or rooming house, write particulars saying ninnber in family. Box 386. Star office. * ALL PERSONS DESIRING PERMANENT TEX ants call on Mra. FIELD, 1340 q at. X. 73<>0. Only white agency. .'to* WANTED?FURNISHED BOOM IN MODERN house; small adult family, Protestant; 12th t? 15th. Mass. to N n.w.; reasonable to perma nent; gentleman. OWNER, Box 325, star office. 27* WANTED ROOMS WITH BOARD. GENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD AND ROOM, northwest section, within 15 mlnutea' walk Star office; near 14th or Mass. sve. preferred; private family or select boarding house; state price. Box 890. Star office. * YOlTNG MAN in gov't service desires board with Catholic famllv; central location. Box 360, Star office. 27* WANTED?by YOUNG LADY, IX PRIVATPJ family, between 12th and 17th eta. and k and n sts. n.w.; reasonable; references exchanged. Box 319. Star office. TABLE BOARD. 909 13thST. N.W.?EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD: best home cooking: transients accommodated. ~ 1364 COLUMBIA ROAD?EXCELLENT TABLE board and service: small tables. 6* 1444j M st. X.W.?EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD. German conking: reasonable. . APARTMENTS TO LET. FURNISHED. FURNISHED apartments particulars ON REQCEST. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, 14Q8 NEW YORK AVE. fl'rxiture?Contents of apartment, 4 moms and reception hall, completely furntahed fo r housekeeping, for sale; apartment for rent. Apply Apt. 3. the Calumet, East Capitol air! 3rd sts. FOR RENT ? k<m>M furmshkd apaul" nient. In the Balfour. 16th and U. Phone Xorth 5368 for aimrtments. APT. 52, THE TOROXTO?handsomely i f lt nlshed six room apartment for rent till end of September. 27* filr REXT?WESTMINSTER, 17th AXD~*q sts. n.w.; fumfshed suites of two room*, with private bath. $35 and up; also slngl* rooms: cafe in building: manager on premi?e-?. WEAVER BROS.. 735 15th st. TO 8UBLET? desirable FURNISHED APT 7 2 rooms, kitchen ami hath. Price. $00. <"ail bet. 3 and 5 and evenings. konesaw. Apt. AIT. 32] alendale. xew hamiv AVE. and n.?to sublet May 1, 4-room and hatli aut., furnished: 3rd floor. Apply before li ov?lock or after 5. ? " 1027 kith ST. X.W. Only one apartmi'iit left: bachelor apartment of two rooms and hath; outride rooms: eleetri" elevator; excellently located. Rent only $4t> a month. Apply to THOMAS J. FISHER & no.. ixt. TO SUBLET APRIL 1?SPLENDID FIVE-BOOM apt.; southwest corner; furnished; elevators; fireproof; cafe in building. Apply Apt. 30. or office Kenesaw Apartment House. 10th anl Irving sts. u.w. " THE ~BRIOHTOV 2123 California and Coun. ave . Apt. hot?l ? 1, 2 and 3 rooms and bath suites to rt and 2 baths: housekeeping and nou housekeeping; fur.: transiently or longer, or unfur : cafe. TO SUBLET UNTIL JUNE OR OCTOBER. 2 FURNISHED housekeeping APTS. PHOXE N. 7574. THE WYOMING, APT. 704-to SEPT. 3<>. 2 rooms, kitchen and bath. Building i*h<>n?? North -041. Call for GEORGE A. SMITH 2?*__ UNFURNISHED. f THE northumberland New Hampshire ave. and V it. Strictly high-class fireproof building: roof :ardin: all-night elevator and teleplmwie -v. ice: all outside room*: shower In chc'i aj.?rt ment: nervants' rooms and baths; laundry; floor plans furnished on application. One two-room and bath apartment .$_?.>*? One four-rooin and bath apartment ."?)? '*? One live-room and bath apartment...... >? h ? One seven-room and bath apartment. . . 7."><*? Apply on premises, or at the Wa*tiinat<>tt Loan and Trust Company. beducsn to $27.60 htut THE SI mm EH t room and bath; large porch utid locker: >-on venlent to 3 car ynes. 910 Maryland ave. n.t. THE OREGOXIAX, 1815 18th st. n.w. Two desirable apartments of 3 rooms. Decep tion hall and bath. Branch phone in each apartment. Prices, $22.60 and $25 a month. Near U st. car line. Apply to Janitor <?r THOMAS J- FISHER St CO.. in" THE CONGRESSIONAL, 1st and East Capitol sts. Two apartments of one room and bath. Most flegirably arranged apartments in best resid n tial section of Washington, opposite Comr-*-. sionsl Library and overlo)>klng Capitol ground*: electric elevator service all night. Rent on'y $25 a month each. Also two apartments of on . room and bath, available March ?. Rents, $lj and $19 a month. Applv to Janitor, or THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. IXC. for he??sirablb apartments at ?'The Chevy Chase," Chevy Chase Circle. ??The Maury," l?th and G sts. n.w. "The Congressional," 1st and b. Cap. sta. 1627 16th st. n.w. ?2? G st. n.w. 1884 Columbia road n.w. "The oregoniau," lhth st. and Or eg. ?ve. n.w. "The Louisiana," 2123 18th st. Prices ranee from 922.00 to $05.<?> a month. THOMAS J. FISHER k ?V> , IXC. FOR RENT?ONLY ?20. A coxy apartment, 6 rooms, bath, cellar, porches, yard: 27 Todd place, rear North Cap itol aud T. Key at lower apartment. STONE k FAIRFAX. 1342 New York arc THE OOrWOOD. 1223 L N.W. For sublease?One terr desirable housekeeping and one bachelor apartment; fine location; jau* itor and elevator service; rent very' reascaabiw. Apply at building, m >>?? x. 1i7s.