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The Suburban Citizen takes pleasure pleasurein plea ure urein
in laying before its readers this week weeka
a sketch of the work accomplished by bythe byth bythe
the th Citizens Northwest Association of ofthe orthc ofthe
the District of Columbia While the theaccount theaccount theaccount
account is necessarily brief it will be befound befound befound
found sufficiently comprehensive to con convey conny convey ¬
vey a fair idea of the achievements pos possible posliible possible ¬
sible under a systematic union of intel intelligent intelligent intelligent ¬
ligent effort upon the part of men who whohave whohac whohave
have at heart the interests of the tl e com community community conymunity ¬
munity in which they live liveThe liveThe liveThe
The territory chosen by the North Northwest Northwest Northwest ¬
west Association as its field of opera operations operations operations ¬
tions is one of the most interesting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the several suburban sections sect Ons of the Dis District District District ¬
trict Here the hand of Nature deftly deftlytouching deftlytouching deftlytouching
touching her mysterious loom wrought wroughtone
one of her prettiest pictures and herethe here herethe
the skillful hand of man has framed and andfashioned andfasl1 andfashioned
fashioned fasl1 oned many spacious mansions rich richin richin richin
in artistic symmetry and noted as the thehomcsof thehomesof thehomes
homcsof homes of men and women of dignified dignifiedyet dignifiedyet dignifiedyet
yet model refinement refinementThe refinementThcstory refinementThe
The Thcstory story would not be complete completewere completewerc completetverc
were we to fail to refer to the possibilities possibili possibilities possibilities ¬
ties which the future presents and hence hencewe hencewe hencewe
we point out some of the things which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the association will endeavor to add to tothe tothe tothe
the attractive attra ve features of the northwest northwestsection northwcstseotion northwestsection
section during the coming year enr For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the same reason we present short artiIles arti articles articles ¬
cles concerning a number of the leading leadingmen leadingmen leadingmen
men whole names appear upon its roll rollof rollof rollof
of members membersWe mcmbersWe membersVe
We Ve venture to say that no man will willread willrcad willread
read the narrative without finding in it itsomething itsomething itsomething
something which will interest him himsomething himsomfJthing himsom0thing
something which perhaps in the turn turnwhkh turnwWlch turnwhich
which time timc3nd and chance often give to toevents toevcnts toevents
events will make him glad that he had Jjadthe lJadthe hadthe
the opportunity of doing so To our ourpatrons ourpatrons ourpatrons
patrons in Ftowns towns and cities remote remotefrom remotefront remotefrom
from the Capital whose attention has hasbeen hasbten hasbeen
been directed toward Washington as asa asa asa
a field for investment im stmcnt we beg to convey conveythe conveythe conveythe
the assurance that the gentlemen whose whosenames whosenames whosenamnes
names are mentioned below are in ev every e eery cv cvcry ¬
ery way worthy of their confidence confidenceInquiries confidenceInquiries confidenceInquiries
Inquiries addressed to anyof any of them con concerning concerning ¬
cerning the city and hs bs numerous pro progressive progrcsshc progressive ¬
gressive suburban localities will bring bringprompt bringprompt bringprompt
prompt and reliable responses responsesIn
In the meantime any information informationwhich informationwhich informationwhich
which the Suburban Citizen con give giveto givcto giveto
to its readers abroad will be immediate immediately ¬
ly and cheerfully furnished without withoutother withoutother withoutother
other cost to the inquirer than the in inclosure inclosure enclosure
closure of postageOUR postage postageOUR postageOUR
OUR PARKS PARKSWhether PARKSWhether PARKSVhcther
Whether it be true or not that the theUnited theUnitcd theUnited
United States S ate > s has become a world worldpower worldIx worldpower
Ix power > wer by reason of the remit rcsultof of the thewar thewar thewar
war with Spain it is well known that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this country has for a long time ranked rankedhigh rankedJ rankedhigh
high J gh in the estimation of the civilized civilizedworld civilizedIorld civilizedworld
world not because our navy was the thegreatest thegreateat thegreatest
greatest and most powerful or our ourarmy ourlrmy ourarmy
army army the largest although we have been beenable h beenable en enable
able to successfully defend our territorysand territory territoryand territoryjand
sand and protect prot the interests of our people peoplebut peoplebut peoplebut
but because of the intelligence tact and andingenuity andingenuity andingenuity
ingenuity of our citizens the remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able internal and perhaps international internationaldevelopment internationaldevelopment internationaldevelopment
development of 1 > f our country the general generalprosperity genoralprosperity generalprosperity
prosperity of our people and the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity afforded by our 1 > ur form of govern government government government ¬
ment our institutions and generally generallyspeaking generallyspeaking generallyspeaking
speaking our cosmopolitan manners mannersand mannersand mannersaul
and customs which have furnishedequal furnishedequaladvantages furnished equal equalndvantagcs equalt
t advantages for achieving success successThe successThe
k
The history of the world dfles d es not notgive notgive notgive
give us an illustration of a similar advancement ad advancement advanc ¬
vancement vanc ment by any people We have un undoubtedly unoubteuly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly in a short time compara comparatively comparativcy comparatively ¬
tively speaking increased greatly in inpopulation inpopulation inpopulation
population cultivated an immense immenseamount immenseamount immenseamount
amount of territory felled the tree treefrom trees tccsfrom treesfrom
from thousands of acres constructed constructedmany constructedmmy constructedmany
many thousand mile of steam and elec electric electric electric ¬
tric railroad established a large numr num number numher ¬
her of public schools private colleges collegesnnd collegesand collegesand
and institutions for scientific c entific and techni technical technical technical ¬
cal education accumulated an unpre unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented ¬
cedented amount of individual indivi ual corpor corporate corporate torporate ¬
ate municipal and iul national wealth wealth excelled ex excelled exCUed ¬
celled CUed p perhaps rhap in the establishment es abliht1Jcnt of ofa ofa ofi
i a great number of hospitals and sani sanitariums sanitariums sanitariunis ¬
tariums of a public and eleemosynarycharacter eleemosynary eleemosynarycharacter cleemOlynaryIha
character Iha racter advanced advanc d in the th development developmentof
of mineral resource in manufacturing manufacturingin
in the display of the Inventive genius geniuiof geniusof geniusof
of our people in h the cntwtALAhr extanfql ext Qt our ur agri agricultural alricutural agricultural ¬
cultural Induatq indUM Ind in h n th the ordinary edu ¬
cation of our young folks in the build building building ¬
I
ing of a large number of cities equipped equippedwith equippedwith equippedwith
with all the theldvantages advantages known to toscience tos toscience
s science ience and conducive to health by the theobservance theOlen theouservanec I
observance Olen nce of sanitary rules and regu regulations regulations regulations ¬
lations including a large number of ofwellkept ofwellkept ofwellkept
wellkept public publi parks parksThe parksThe parksThe
The highett state of the exemplifica exemplification eXClllplifieaHClI10f exi nmpliica nmpliication ¬
tion HClI10f of these national nat < > nnl characteristics characteristicsshould chnra chnraeteristicsshould erltics erlticsshou1d
should be found in the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia the home of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States GovernmentSurely Government GovernmentSurely GoernmentSurel
Surely Surel with those advancement with withour withour withour
our individual corporate And national nationalwealth tuItionalwealth natimnalwealth
wealth with the efforts which other cit cities cities cities ¬
ies have made in this country countr to afford affordevery 1IlTordeery affordevery
every opportunity for private pr Ate development develop development deoelopment ¬
ment by the establishment of necessary necessarypublic ileaelsuy ileaelsuypublic necessarypublic
public improvements so that > private privateimprovements privateimprovements privateimprovements
improvements can follow the Congress Congressof Congre s sof
of the United States which alone can canlegislate canlegislate canlegislate
legislate for the District of Columbia Columbiawill Columbinwill Columbiawill
will we hope no tongcr nger permit the cap capital caprtnl capital ¬
ital of this thi great nation to be deprived deprivedof
of necessary necessar advantages and thereby therebycaus therebycaue therebycause
cause caus its ordinate growth and derofqp derofqpnient d devslfgpment 1Jt r rment
ment to be retarded by insufficient insufficientstreet insuffielcntstrcet insufficientstreet
street sewerage and water light and andpark andpark andpark
park facilities facilitiesWhile facilitiesWhile facilitiesWhile
While there arc unfortunately many manyneed manyneeds manyneeds
needs need and indeed real necessities of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the national capital some affecting affect ng the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health of our people which Congress Congresshas Congresshas Congresshas
has thus far refused to provide it will willbe willbe willbe
be more particularly the purpose of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this paper to direct attention to the un unimproved unimproved unimproved ¬
improved parks of Washington and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their importance to the people not only onlyof onlyof onlyof
of this city cit but to those of the country countrygenerally countrygenerall countrygenerally
generally and indeed we may include includethose includcthose includethose
those from foreign countries who ex expect cxpect expect ¬
pect to find tit the National Capital ex examples examples examples ¬
amples in landscape gardening and hor horticultural horticultural horticultural ¬
ticultural growth which will not only onlyplease onlyplease onlyplease
please the eye but enable them to ac acquire acquire acquire ¬
quire a practical lesson of utility The Theflorists Theflarists Theflorists
florists of the country are not only onlyprofessionally onlyprofessionally onlyprofessionally
professionally but pecuniarily interested interestedin
in the matter of securing from Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress a sufficient appropriation to make makeall makeall makeall
all the public perks of Washington Washingtonwhat Wasltlngtauwhat Vasltingtonwhat
what they the ought to have been years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago i e not only onl beautiful to the theobserver theobscner theobserver
observer and an ornament to the citybut city citybut cit citbut
but useful as a lesson in arrangement arrangementselection arrangementselectiOn arratmgementselection
selection of color and knowledge of the thevarieties thevarieties thevarieties
varieties of horticultural plants If Ifeach IfC8ch Ifeach
each horticulturist throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country would write to his member of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress favoring increased appropria appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
tion of money for the parks of Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington it is safe to assume that the theamount theamollnt theamount
amount recommended by Colonel Bing Bingham Bingham flingham
ham in charge ch < Hge of these national reser reservations reservations reservations ¬
vations would not 1e cut below the thelimit thelimit thelimit
limit within which it is possible for forhim forhim forhim
him to properly improve them themNotwithstanding themNotwithstanding themNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the fact that we have havejust haejust havejust
just celebrated the centennial anniver anniversary anniversar anniversary ¬
sary sar of the establishment of the seat of ofGovernment ofGavernment ofGovernment
Government in the District of Colum Columbia Calumbia Colunbin ¬
bia there are within the limits of the theold theold theold
old city which is only a small part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District many reservations which whichhave whichhavenever whichhave
have havenever never even been graded much less lessbeautified lessbeautified lessbeautified
beautified and improved We Ve also have haveparks haeparks haveparks
parks or reservations reS < rvations which Colonel ColonelBingham ColonelBingham ColonelBingham
Bingham would like to bring to the theproper theproper theproper
proper standard of improvement and andit andit andit
it is the sincere wish of the public gen generally generally generally ¬
erally that every effort should be made madeto madeto madeto
to urge Congress to do what ought to tohave tohave tohave
have been done years afo for our parks parksand parksand parksand
and thereby advance the interests nter sts of all allour allour allour
our people and make the capital city cityof cityof cityof
of this great nation a credit in this re respect respect respect ¬
spect to our people and their country countryeven countryeven countryeven
even if it should continue to suffer sufffr for forother forother forother
other necessary municipal needsAny needs needsAny needsAny
Any reference to the parks of ofWash ofWashingtom Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington would be incomplete without in including including including ¬
cluding Rock Creek Park which con consists consists consists ¬
sists of about 1800 acres of land It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was acquired at a cost of 1200000 1200000jointly 1200000jointly l2ooooojointly
jointly expended by the United United States StatesGovernment StatesGovernment StatesGovernmment
Government and the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columnbin ¬
bia ten yean ears ago Not one dollar has hasthus hasthus hasthus
in it its improve improvement improvement
thus far been expended ¬ I Iment
ment except to make a few driveways drivewaysand drivewaysand drivewaysand
and this was not done until recently recentlyThe recentbThc recentlyThe
The public have been practically practicallyspeaking practicallyspeaking practicallyspeaking
speaking deprived of an In advantage advantagewhich advantagewhich advantagewhich
which the park was intended to afford affordas affordas
as a pleasure ground The substantial substantialstone substantialstone substantialstone
stone buildings in the park should be beutilized beutilized beutilized
utilized and we hope it will be im improved improved mum mumproved ¬
proved and made accessible It should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not only be ornamented but perhaps perhapsmore perhapsmorc perhapsmore
more particularly the natural beauties beautiesought beautiesought beautiesought
ought to be protected protectedIt
It is not generally known to what whatan whatan whatan
an extent tf a t great variety variet of plants plantsshrubs plantsshrubs plantsshrubs
shrubs vines md nd trees tree can be found in inthi inthit inthis
thi this great rural park independent of the theextreme theextrcmc theextreme
extreme beauty of its natural naturnlcenery naturnlceneryI scenery sceneryWe sceneryWe
I
We will be permitted to quote an ex exproMion expreion cxpreasion
proMion made by one of our most mostvalued mostvalued mostvafued
valued citizens the late John Saul He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was a florist and horticultural of na national national national ¬
tional reputation and happened to be a awitneti awitneu awitness
witness in the condemnation proceed proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ings when the land for The park was wasacquired wasacquired wasacquired
acquired by the Government GovernmentWhen GOIernmentWhen GovernntentWhen
When questioned by the Hon Jere Jeremiah JerelI1iah Jeremiah ¬
miah M I Wilson as to th the variety ariet and andvalue mudvalue nd ndvalue
value of the trees tree paints vinc and andshrubi alilshrubs ailshrubs
shrubs to be found within the park he hereplied hcreplied hereplied
replied Not only every growth in indigenous indigenous indigenous ¬
digenous to this locality generally generallyspeaking lenrallyspeakina generallyspeaking
speaking can be found but I am sur surprised surprised surprised ¬
prised to find rare plants growing wild wildthere wildthere wildthere
there and in fact act Washington seems leemtto seemsto eem eemto
to b be so located that an experiencedobserver experienced experiencedobserver experience1obeenor
observer will conclude conclu e that at this point pointthe pointthe pointthe
the flora of the North and the flora ofthe ot otthe otthe
the South appear to meet meetTht meetTh meetThe
The Th town that borrowed 10000 from fromRuwell fromRUlfell fromRusrell
Ruwell lage e and then wont out of ofbualseta ofUI11u ofpuslaeci
bualseta UI11u his not had the luit laugh laughMr lauhMr laughMr
Mr Sage li ttir tho remains
A STALWART ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONI GANIZATIONCnl
Cmitnnml Cnl n from lm Flr Vlrat l tlItIOIJ tlItIOIJSlIl1 Vagnsuns 1HgaJ 1HgaJsum
sum of 60000 The view few fro frobroad trtJl11 from is isbroad ISbraid
broad porches is not surpassed at a l any anypoint IInypoint anypoint
point in the District which is saying say mg a agreat IIgreat agreat
great deal for Oak View From themone them themone thcmone
one may look down upon the busy city citywhose citywhose citywhose
whose myriads of electric light at atnight atnight atnight
night present a scene of rare beauty enllt enlltThe
The announcement that Colonel Plem Plemjng Fle11jng FleumJag
jng had purchased Oak View was hailed hailedwith hailedwith hailedwith
with delight by h the people peole of rho ho north northwest northwest ntlrtliwest ¬
west section and that their t teir welcome to tohint tohim tohire
hint was in every ever way justified has been beendemonstrated beendemonstrated beendemonstrated
demonstrated by the active part he has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken in the affairs of the association associationsince usa associationsince elation elationsiuce
since he became the owner of the tht fa famous raIIIOUS famous ¬
mous mansion albeit it mint not be beunderstood beunderstood beunderstood
understood that his interest in pubUc pubUcimprovements public publicimprovements Pllblkimprovemcnts
improvements there began with witl1tlJQt witl1tlJQtevent that thatevent thatevent
event He has long been krfown in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington as a t gentleman whoseviews whose whoseviews whoseviews
views upon all questions affcctiujj affccdlltr the thewelfare thewelfare timewelfare
welfare of the city and its suburbgiliave suburbgiliavebeen sllburbsrUilvebeen suburb ihiave ihiavebeen
been in accord with twentieth century centuryprogress ctl1tur ctl1turprogress cbntttryprogress
progress It was through Colonel ColonelFlemings ColanelFlemilrgs ColonelFlemitigs
Flemings efforts that the site for the theEpiscopal theEpiscopal theEpiscopal
Episcopal cathedral and the cathedral cathedralschool cathedralschool thedral thedralschool
school on Wisconsin avenue was pur purchased purchased purchased
chased monuments which will serve as asreminders a arcminders asreminders
reminders of Jf the public spirit and gen generosity generosity gcnerosity ¬
erosity of the man in years to come comeBy comeBy comeBy
By profession Colonel Fleming is an anarchitect anarcllltrct anarchitect
architect in which a happy faculty of ofblending ofblending ofblending
blending artistic features of construc construction canstruction construction ¬
tion with solid utility have won for himwell him himwell himwell
well merited distinction distinctionBollovos distinctianBolleves distinctionDollovos
Bollovos In Creator WashingtonThere Washington WashingtonThere WashingtonThere
There is no more enthusiastic advocate advo advocate adocate ¬
cate of every legitimate scheme for the theadvancement theadvantllllelH theadvatcernept
advancement of the various interests interestsof interestsof interestsof
of the city of Washington than Mr MrLouis MrLouis MrLouis
Louis P Shoemaker of 920 F streetTltis street streetThis streetThis
This wellknown gentleman believes in ina ina ina
a greater Washington Washingtonin in a great na national national national ¬
tional municipality which in all that thatappertains thatal1pcrtjlins thatappertains
appertains to patriotic pride in the theachievements theachievements theachievements
achievements of a I Itberty loving peopleshall people peopleshall peaplehall
shall set the pace for the proudest cap ¬
itals of the world Mr Shoemakers Shoemakersviews Shoemakersviews Shoemakersviews
views with respect to the growth of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city in beaut beauty and importance are aresupported aresupported aresupported
supported by many able arguments and andon andon andof
on more than one occasion have hey
been eloquently emphasized in the he pres presence preslnce ln e eence ¬
ence of members memers of the Senate and andHouse andHouse andHouse
House of Representatives charged char ed with withthe withthe withthe
the consideration of District interests interestsIn II1terestsIn interestsIn
In the promotion of plans dependent dependentupon dependentupon dependentupon
upon Congressional aid for the improve improvement improvement improvement ¬
ment of the reservation both within withinand withinand withinand
and beyond the limits of the city he helias hehAS behas
hAS been remarkably successful and andit ahdit andit
it is not often that any new undertaking
is inaugurated without the assistance assistanceof
of his ready tongue and sound judgment judg judgment judgment ¬
ment Mr Ir Shoemaker is a leading leadingmember leatllngmember leadingntenrber
member of the Citizens Northwest Association As Association Association ¬
sociation and of course is one of itl itlmost its itsmost itsmost
most effective workers He is chair chairman chairman chmajrman ¬
man of the Executive Committee anddevotes and anddevotes Jnd Jnddevotes
devotes much of his time to the dutiesof duties dutiesof dutiesof
of that office His reports to the organ organization aig or aim aimization b bization ¬
ization are among the most thoug thoughjTtil thoughjTtiland fttl fttland
and helpful papers brought to its ato attar attartion altJW tt tttiot
tion and have played a most important importantpart imporf inmporft ifit ifitpart ltt lttpart
part in stimulating the growth oftlie oftlieassociation orUJeassociation of the theassociation
association On the floor he is always alwaysI alwfi alwhslistened s slistened
I listened I to with L eager interest aq ami l B t < 7 7seldom tseldom t tseldom
seldom happens that the opinionsijSmi opinionsijSmisuggestions opinions ih II IIsuggestions
suggestions he puts forth do not Qlrait Qlraitunanimous OJ cl9mt cl9mtunanimous glt gltunanimOl1S
unanimous approval Outside of Orassocittions me meassociations tc tcassociations
associations hall he has labored mmtl mmtlin I 111 111in
in hand with President Lancaster irraite irraiteutilization i e eutilization eutilization
utilization of every ever opportunity tptjmii tptjmiicrease tq to tocrease
crease cr ase the attractions of the ilotp nut untwest T Tmvcst
west section and make it the ideal r ridcncc ridence ridence
idence suburb of the city and his effort efforts
have always been directed in a mannoii mannotfthat mannoiithat mannar1that
that showed that they were backed by bya
a solid fund of energy and earnestness earnestnessMr earnestnessMr earnestnessMr
Mr Shoemaker lives in a handsome
house on Brightwood avenue He i ian isan is isan
an attorney of high standing and at his hisoffice hi hioffice hisoffice
office on F street one may meet n meet meetcity eet the themost themost themost
most prominent people in the te city In
his profession he is deservedly popular popularand papulafanll popularand
and in the private and social walks of oflife oflifc oflife
life there is no man in Washington witha withj withja
a more enviable record He is now nowserving no nowserving IV IVserving
serving his second term of office at atpresident a apresident aspresident
president of the Brightwood Citizens CitizensAssociation Citizensj CitizensjAssociation CitizensAssociation
Association AssociationA
A Plonoorof Plonaer of Dovolopmont DovolopmontThe
The man who has not heard of Maj Iaj
George A Armes is a stranger in inWajhmgton inWaslllngton im imVaslungton
Wajhmgton There are thousands thousandshowever
however who know him and honor hon1 > r him himfor hhuf
for the interest he has taken in the adjfj adjfjvanccincnt a adw adwvaucemet < 1 1van >
vanccincnt van cement of District affairs No maty marl maphas
has labored more earnestly to make thc thcNational the >
National Capital the most beautiful citj ctt cttin cftl
in the world Major Iajar Armes is a piov piovncer pi pio pioneer 0 0neer
neer in the work of suburban develop developanent develop developmcnt j jment
anent and the fruits of his welldirected welldirectedefforts welldirectedlefforts well directah directahefforts
efforts may be seen at many placas placaswithin Plal pla plawithin
within the borders of f the District Hhandsome Hu Huhandsome H Hhandsome
handsome home Fairfield is IS one onethe onetime ol olthe
the architectural attractions of tire sec section section sees seestion
tion in which it stands and there art artfew artfew arefete
few people among the thousands who whovisit whovisit tvhGvisit
visit the city whose attentioq attention is not notdirected no nodirected
directed to it in the course of a pleasure pleasurecjourney pleasurejourney pleasurejourney
journey along Conncctjcut Connecticut avenue ex extended eXtended cxs cxstended
tended Years ago Major Iajor Armes foresaw fore foresaw fOr fOrsoaw ¬
saw the necessity for extending Connec Connecticut ConlJecticut Comecticnt ¬
ticut Avenue avenue and when finally time timeand timeand timeand
and circumstances favored steps looking lookingto
to the prosecution of the project lit litapplied It ItHpplied heapplied
applied himself to the task with a zeal zealwhich zeaLwhich zealwhich
which has distinguished him not only onl onlin
in civil but in military life ThrougH Througitihis ThrougHhis
his efforts Senator William M 1 Stewart Stcwarjand StewartIInd Stewartand
and Congressman Francis G Newlands Newlandsof NeylandS NeylandSof Newlandof
of Nevada became interested in thenorthwest the thfcnorthwest thanorthwcst
northwest seoion of the District and andwitli ale alewith antiwith
with other wellknown gentlemen pur purchased purchased purechased ¬
chased a large tract of land bordering borderingon borderin borderinon
on that thoroughfare and the work qq qqimuprovenlent of ofimprovement QT QTilJllroement
improvement which has gone on with tvitlfiamazing withamazing withamazing
amazing rapidity rapidityenr ever since was at once oncobegun one onebegun oncebegun
begun The electric railway which re reduced rerluced rediced ¬
diced the time between the the city and
Chevy Chase to little more than thirtyminutes thirty thirtyminutes thirt1minutes
minutes was soon constructed and andmultitude andmultitude andmultinule
multitude of people turned their facet faceton fae1on face faceon
on holidays and Sundays toward th thpopular the thepopular thepopular
popular resort Major Armes is of ofcourse ofcoune ofcourse
course a member of the he Citizens CitizenNorthwest CitizensNorthwest CitizensNorthwest
Northwest Suburban Association and i iever iev Is Isever
ever ev r active in the promotion of plant plantfor plall plallfor
for increasing increasinI its usefulness His record recordal recordal recur recurat
al a oldier is one to which Iris tinmen tinmenous nlun nlunaLls mauernOtt
aLls Ott friends friendstanll jand and admirers point wilt wiltpride wid svitipride 1 1pride
pride and of or which the Major hil11sllf hintarlfnotwithstanding himtrlfj1 himtrlfj1notwitlutanding hil11sllfnotwlthstandmg
notwithstanding a disincline disinclination lOn ion to refit refitto referto
to honors won in the tragedy of wtfr wtfrit wat ws wsis
it very properly entitled to feel proutk proutkA proud prouUA proudA
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A GOOD PLACE TO INVEST INVESTAmong INVESTtAmong i iiH
Among influential men who ha hafound hafound hitfound iH iHAmang < f
found in Tenleytown and the countimmediately count countimmediately countImtM
immediately ImtM late adjacent to it an excellent excellentfield excell excellrichl excellslfield
field for investment Is Mr Chriatinn ChriatinnHeurteh Chri + tlni tlnilfeurich f 1 1I
Heurteh I J eurlch tbewellknown t tlie w well 1J1kllown known brewer of tha thaNational t tNaCiontl ti tiNational
National CnpitoJ Cppjtalattractive ilr Ir Hetuirfi Hellrltfhl lii liiadded lye lyeadded U Uadded
added to the attractive attract ve features of tit t time
I
central celJtr 1 portion of the village illnge by the theerection theerecllotf thief
erection of several pretty and coitly coitlyresidences coitlyresidences costlyresidences
residences and has otherwise shown slrownhis sltovnhis shownhis
his interest in its prosperity prosper y andgrowth and andgrowth andgrowth
growth While it i is not known I what whatimprovements wbatlmRrQelllent5 whatmnprcwenments
improvements he contemplates making makingupon makingUpDII makingupou
upon upou other property property iro ert which he owns in
eiileytown 1 enle towl1 it is not doubted that he heenterprising heenterprising heenterprising
enterprising brewer has in store some somepleasant sOnlepleusant somepleasant
pleasant surprises surprises for thepcopse the people As a amatter amatter amnattcr
matter of fact however Mr Heurioh Heuriohwho Heuriehwho Ileuriehwlmo
who is knownfor known far and near as a clenr clenrhcadeu clenrheaded clearheaded
headed and successful business man manhas manhas manhas
has found Tenleytown a good g1 > od place to toinvett toinvctt toinvest
invest It Is certain that the people peopleearnetUy peopleearnestly peopl peoplcarnes
earnestly carnes ly appreciate his friendly feeling feelinglor
for lie village His promise to donate donatea
a lot on which to erect a town hall and andMasonic andMasonic IId IIdIasonic
Masonic temple has caused much re rejoicing rejoicing rejoicfng
joicing In Tenleytown TenleytownWoodloy TcnleytownWoodloy TenleytownWoodloy
Woodloy Park PnrkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The man utam who made Cleveland ClevelandHeights Clcv ClevelandHeights t nd ndHeights
Heights and gave impetus to < o the work workof wQrkof nvorkof
of development which has taken placebetween place placebetween placebetween
between the t c Rock Creek bridge and andTenleytown andTenleytown antiTenleytown
Tenleytown within the past five years is itat isat isat
at present engaged m n a new enterprise enterprisewhich enterprisewhich I Iwlllch
which will greatly augment the beauty of ofsuburban ofsuburban I Isuburban
suburban Washington It wos through throughthe throughthe throughtime
the efforts of H Pierre Pierce Wagganran that thatCleveland thntCleeland thatCleveland
Cleveland Heights was subdivided and andthat andthat andthat
that bowery quarter of the northwest northwestdistrict northwesrdistrict northwcsdistrict
district known as Cleveland Park was waslaid waslaid waslaid
laid out and made ready for the erection erectionof erectionof erectionof
of palatial country homes The rapid rapidgrowth rapidgrowth rapidgrowth
growth of these two subdivisions en encouraged encoura encouragd ¬
couraged coura d Mr Ir Waggaman to turn his hisattention hisaNentlon hisattention
attention to the improvement of a large largeand largeand largeand
and valuable valllabletract tract of land lying just justbeyond lustbeyond Just Justbeollli
beyond the point at which the new Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut avenue bridge will snap the therippling therippling therippling
rippling rippling waters of Rock Creek The Thetask Thetask Thetask
task which hcuset ha tet for himself was one onepf oneof oneof
of pf mpnumental proportions proportionsnot not simply simplyin
in the mater of clearing the ground
filling up die he many Uneven places in it itlaying itlaying itlaying
laying off lots and grading streets but butili butill butitl
ill > the wholesale whaleoal drafts it was sure sure1 sure1make o omake omake >
make upon his bank account It is a awellknown awell1m
well1m wellknown own fact however that Mr MrWaggaman MrVaggaman Ir IrWaggaman
Waggaman is not the man to haul down downhis downhis downhis
his colors at the bidding of Discour Discouragement Discouragement Discouragenent ¬
agement Having determined to lay layui la laout layout
out ui Woodley ivuuuicjr JIUK Park he lie w mvtjit wum t to lu wurK wurKnd work workand workand
and nd today the grading ofthc of the ground groundon
on which will stand a few years hence hencea
a score or 0 r so of the prettiest residences residencesto
to be found within sight of the National NationalCapital NationalCapital NationalCapital
Capital has been more than half com completed compleled ¬
pleted This improvement required the theexpenditure thecxpellditlJre timeexpemtditure
expenditure of large sums of money moneyall m moneyall ntY ntYall
all of which has found its way to the thepockets thcJockets
pockets Jockets of Washington men Mr Ir Wag Waggaman Waggaman
is also grading Connecticut ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
nue extended which with the work he heis heis heis
is doing in the park will entail an out outlay outlay outlay ¬
lay of 200000 It is understood tha thaplans thaplans timaplans
plans arc already II ready under consideration considerationfor
for the erection of a number of hand
Girls is near Cleveland Park 2 z blocks blockaremoved blocksrlmJVfI blocksrenamved
removed rlmJVfIooclllY renamvedoodley
Voodley the summer residence re idence ol olPresident 01Iresident ofPresident
President Cleveland during his last lastterm lastterm lastteeth
term of office or orborhood it in in its immediate neigh neighborhoOlI neighborhood
borhood borhoodTwin borhoOlITwin borhoodTwin
Twin Oak the fine residence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lac ac Hon Gardner G Hubbard ad adjoins adloirs adjoins ¬
joins the Park and by a beautiful en entrance cntrance entrance ¬
trance is connected with it itOak itOak itOak
Oak View or Red Top the thetormer theiormer thefornter
tormer iormer residence of President Cleveand Cleve Cleveland Cleveand ¬
and now that of Cot Fleming Is at atCleveland atCleveland atCicveland
Cleveland Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The suburban residence residence of the lIon HonJ lIonJ lionJ
J R It McLenn on Witconain Avenuet Avenue
< t a ooposite the ParkThe Park ParkThe ParkThe
The residence of Mr Chas J Bell BellPresident BellPresident BellPresident
President of the American Security and andTrust andlIU andTrust
Trust lIU t Company adjoins the Park PnrkConnecicut ParkConnecticut
1 Connecticut Avenue destined to be bejil bejll
jil jll 1 13 the New Washington Wlhin ton as in n the theOld thed theold
Old d the most important of its residence residencestreets resldencestreet residencestreets
streets passes through the Park ParkDc ParkDeailed Park1c
Dc Deailed tiled information about ClevelandPark Cleveland ClevelandPark Cleveland1ark
Park Park may be had by applying to Mr MrJohn MrJohn Ir IrJahn
John Sherman 610 Pounteanth Street StreetN StreetN StreetPROF StreetN
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PROF IRELANDS GOOD GOODWORK GOODi GOODWORI
i WORI WORKThe WORIThe WORIThe <
The people of Tcnlcytown are fotunate for fortunate fo fotunate ¬
tunate in having as asnceir ihcir < principal of ofpublic ofpnblicschools ofpublicschools
public pnblicschools schools Prof W V B Ireland one oneof oneof me meof
of the most prominent men in local localcdttcaiional localeducational localeducational
educational circles cl cles Ten years ago agoivhen agow11en agowhen
when the management of educational educationalinterests educationalI educationalinterests
interests intere ts was placed in his hands but butninetyfour butninetyFollI butniictyfour
I ninetyfour pupils attended the Ten TenIcytown Tenletown Tenleytowtm
Icytown schools which were presided presidedover prcsidedover presidedover
over by three teachers Now there there are arefive arcfive arefive
five eatfiers eal 1ers and 305 pupils This Thismarked Thismarked Thismarked
marked growth representing an in increase litcrease increase ¬
crease of considerably more mo e than 200 Zooper 200jer 200per
per jer cent is the result of Professor Ire Irelands Irelands Irelands ¬
lands tireless and intelligent intelli ent application applica application application ¬
tion to the duties of his office which it itshould itshould itshould
should be remarked he accepted at the theearnest theearnest timeearnest
earnest solicitation of Professor PowellDuring Powell PowellDuring P < vell vellDurinlt
During the Ihepast past four years Professor ProfessorIreland ProfesoorIreland Professorlrcland
Ireland has been a resident of Teuleq Teuleqtown Tcnley Tcnleyrown Tcnleytown
town and has taken an rin active part inevery in inevery Inevery
every movement for the advancement advancementof
of the interests of the section It was wass wasat wasat
s at < t his suggestion that the handsome lot lotformerly lotformerly lotformerly
formerly owned by b lie Catholic Church Churchwas Churchwas Churchryas
was purchased as the site for a school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding ChoolbuildllJlt
building adequate to the daily increas increasing increasing increasing ¬
ing needs of the community and it is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected that in a short time t me it will Joe jjcoccupied Joeoccupied e eoccupied
occupied by a commodious and attrac attractive aUraClive attraetine ¬
live structure Among the most inter interesting interesting interesting ¬
esting of Professor Irelands recent ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts for the stimulation of educational educationalinterest educationalinteresl educationalinterest
interest in Tcnleytown was the organi organization organiltionof organization ¬
zation ltionof of the Library Association which whichis
is i already well stocked with choice choicebooks choice1J00ks choicebooks
books and which promises > to a prove a
MAJOR GEORGE A ARMES U S A RETIED RETIkEDAuthor RETIEDVulhor RETU ED EDdulhor
Author of Ups and Downi of an Army Officer a wark coataljhi mil tnaj ii valuable Infor Inforinatoa Infornatoa lnformatoa
< inatoa to suburban suburb pccpl
some buildings in the new subdivision subdivisionearly subdivisioncarl subdivisionearly
early carl in the spring Mr Waggaman is isa is isa ISa
a gentleman of marked business ability abilityand abilityand abilityand
and has taken an earnest interest in the thepromotion thlpromotion thepromotion
promotion of the material development developmentof
of the suburban district west of Rock RockCreek RockCreek RockCreek
Creek He II c is one I of the most p0 popular popularreal popularreal polar polarreal
real estate men of Washington and has liasbqen hasbeen hasbeen
been prominent in every movement for forenhancing farenhancing forenhancing
enhancing the th attractiveness a of the city
Upon the completion of the work in inwhich 11 11which inwhich
which he is how engaged en aged at Woodley
Park it will he surprising if he does not notimmediately notimmediately notimmediately
immediately take up some other enter enterprise enterprise enterprise
prise prise of equal if not greater impor importance importance impartance ¬
tance
A MAN OF FLOWERS FLOWERSA
A man who lives among flowers from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the beginning of the year to its close cloieis closeis closeis
is Mr John R Morgan the popular popularflorist popularflorist popularflorist
florist who owns acharminfc a chnrmi r suburban auburbtinhome luhurbanhome suburbanhome
home at the junction of Grant road roa1l1nd roa1l1ndConnecticut and andConnecticut andConneoticut
Connecticut avenue extended The Theproducts Theproducts Theproducts
products of Mr r Morgans hothouses hothomeare hothousesare
are regarded as being equal to ilie saeflowers ilieflowers ctC ctCflowers
flowers of the largest and finest floral floralestablishments lIoralCltabl floralestablishments
establishments Cltabl ishmcnts in the country He has Insipcnt haspent hasspent
pent fifteen years in the business div diving du duing diming ¬
ing which time he has devoted himself himcKto himelta himselfto
to a painstaking study of the condition conditionunder eonditiinlI1der conditionsunder
under which life best results are poe poeliblc 106Ilhle posamble
amble and the fact that his li list t ot otpatrons Ij Ijpatrons ofpatrons
patrons includes many people who whojnove who1110ve whomove
move in the highest social and oflficla oflficlacircles offic officcircles a acircles
circles in the city furnishes convincing convincingp cOrlvincinRtYidence convincingeYldence
eYldence yidence that his labor has not been In Invain Iny inrain
y vain in He II e occupies stands No o 230 and andi
111 i in the Centre Market MarketCLEVELAND MarketCLEVELAND ket ketf
CLEVELAND PARK PARKj PARKiThe PARKThe
j iThe The character of Cleveland Cleveland Park nwy nwyit ma mar
it 6 i safely determined from the following followingalOng followingprong
alOng prong other important facts facttf factsIt factsThe
It f The Episcopal Cathedral groutull groutullMrh grogpdawith round roundv
with v h he new and fine Hearst Sclpo JtPo S tgfal for fora
a
factor fnctorof of great importance in the work workwhich workwhich
which he js is s doing The organization organizationof orgnniznt on
of the Boys Club designed to correct correctthe correctthe
the habit of wasting time on the streets streetswas streetsW3S streetswas
was another happy thought to which whichhe whichthe
he speedily gave practical pra tical shape andvltich and andwhich andhicll
which hicll like rthc the Library Association is
bearing bcaring golden fruit An attraction in inthe inthe
the school building is an aquarium put putin plltin putin
in by the Profes ProfeslOr + or the pretty occu occupants accupants occupants ¬
pants of which are at once she lh source sourceof sourceof
of instruction instrueL on and delight to thepupils th tltd > llIIpils
He is a member df the Cizcns North NorthWest Northtse Northi1cst
West tse Suburban Association and has
done much to advance it to it its present presentpoint presentp presentpoint
point p nt of a usefulness usefulnessGidblesi lIlefnhlessGOd usefulnessGod
Gidblesi GOd bleu Professor Ireland
May Iay he in wjsdoms isclIIIs s ways wny ways13e
Be true to his profession professiont
< t f 1 And Al1 worthy of all praise praisei praiseyw
i I yw His HiSlire life is not all gladness gladnotsKt
g Kt u LHis Hl His dsvy days not all delight
X I l or he mint be ever working worJingt
j t To win win the teachers fight fightGod fightGGd fightGrd
God blest him and adorn him himwith
W with h crowns no made lI1ad nnadeby by man ma
For Forhe lie he1 II I surely surclY1tt get to Heaven I en
Since he does he best he can canA C3nA canSCI4O3L
A > SCH03L FOR BOYS BOYSThe BOVSThe BOYSThe
The Wathingron School for Boys is isit isa
it 1 complete school receiving day pupils pupilsand pnpilsind pupilsand
and boarding pupils of any age It is islocated isJorated ms mslocated
located on Wisconsin Avenue near nearCleveland nearCleveland nearCleveland
Cleveland Park ParkThe Pa ParkThe k kThe
The School occupies wa w buildings buildingsdie buildnlJs1e buildngs6ie
die 1e nec Recitation ttlon Hall phnned siannecl by thee the thefclk theWcUkl1Own
e WcUkl1Own fclk iown New N fW York Y York Irk architect I chitect MrFrank Mr MrFrank Lr LrFrank
Frank E Wallis ar 111 aitli < l the Refiden Refidenft1 P Pne
ft1 n ne f 6 Dl r the finest finl t nih stbrLii thb rhin tI mansions IInnsionbout mansionslout
1 lout bout Washington Wa hinvton formerly the th home homeof homeor
of or 0 Mr lr R It IL H Goldiborough The Reel Recitation Reclt Reeltatlon ¬
tation t tlon Hall specially erected for the theS4 timeSabool
S4 St1aQIJI > ox > l embodies embo ies the latest ideas of ofOaltaud
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TAKOMA TAf < OMA PARK < NEWS NEWSThe NEWSThe NEWSThe
The board of directors dir tors of the TakomaClub Takoma TakomaClub TakomaClub
Club and Library decided detidedat at their last lastmeeting lastmeeting lastmeeting
meeting to vacate the house at present presentocupied presentocupied presentocupied
ocupied near the log cabin cabinA cabinA cabinA
A desirable new building containing containingeight containingeight containingeight
eight rooms located very near the station sta station station ¬
tion and well adapted to their purposes purposeshas purposeshas purposeshas
has been leased and it will be immedi immediately immediately immediately ¬
ately equipped with all requisites requisitesAnother requisitesAnother requisitesAnother
Another billiard table a I piano and andample andample andample
ample furniture will be purchased at atonce atonce atonce
once for the new home homeA homeA homeA
A number of citizens have signified signifiedtheir signifiedtheir signifiedtheir
their intention of joining which with withthc withthe withtime
thc present membership will make this thisundertaking thisundertakinr thlsundertakin
undertaking undertakin an assured success successMr successMr successMr
Mr Lotus P Shoemaker is president presidentof prc > idcnt idcntof
of this organization and the members membersof
of the board of directors are John S SSwormstcdt SSwormstedt SSwornistedt
Swormstcdt Dr DrIA A V Parsons Charles CharlesM
M Hcaton Homer Guerry M I J
Wine William G Platt Edward M MDouglass 11Douglau MDouglass
Douglass J Vance Lewis Wilton WilumLam J JLambert T TLambert
Lam Lambert hert W V s E Dyrc Samuel SaumuelShedd S SShcdd SShedd
Shedd Horace J Gray George A AWarner AWarner AWarner
Warner and H S Knight KnightThis KnightThis KmiigllitThis
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