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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 1906 190
REALTY TRADE BRISK BRISKSeveral BRISKSeverIuorttDea1s
4 4Several
Several SeverIuorttDea1s InigortaiitDeals In1DQrt J tDea Con Contingent Coptingent Contingent ¬
tingent flpSn tJp n Election ElectionDEMAND E 1lleetionDEMAND eetion eetionDEMAND
DEMAND POE 1r HOUSES US S TO BENT BENTDealers RENTDcnlers BENTDenler3
Dealers See Good Go 11 Invcstment in inProperties InPoperti inProperties
Properties Poperti tl t11ft t Would Rtottyn Rtottynfrom Rotrll Rotrllfrom Rctqrnfroni
from 25 2 to toS10 40za aionth IonthOwners IonthOwnersIust 1onthOwncrMuat Orrnera OrrneraMast
Mast Iust Improve Property Pro crty to Get GetTenants GetTcnnnVlRcaI GetTennnt11ca1ty
Tenants TcnnnVlRcaI Tennnt11ca1ty Realty Y Sales Completed COD1pletedBriht Completedf CompletedBright
f
Bright and antldag bracing adn weather wtber daring the thepast tiMt theat
past at t week has hM ha apparently pet new life lifeinto lifelnto lifeinto
into the real estate mark markA market marketA
A week eek or so o ago agents wee were com complaining complainIn cornplaining ¬
plaining < of dullness but yesterday y the themajority t1Mmajority themajority
majority had assumed < a more cheerful cheerfulattitude cbMrtulrttitude ebeertulattitude
attitude and talked as though the late latefall atefall Istea
fall a business busine would be good goodOne JOCHiOne goodOne
One or two brokers told of deate wait waiting Wltuing walting ¬
ing for tbe results resuli of the election before beforeprospective btofepr befotsprospective
prospective pr sp Ctfve buyers would close others othertli4 oer oer3ld otherssaid
said 3ld i4 they the haft h ferrfe lt prtfposttiOMe rIotl ss oa O foot footthey tootthey oot ootthey
they hoped to complete comtete as soon as a the thequestions thequestions thequestions
questions of title tIt1 aneV deeds could be ar arranged arranged orranged ¬
ranged rangedDenIS
Deals of tht WeekSome Week WeekSome WeekSome
Some of the more re important sales of the theweek tileweek theweek
week were the southwest outhwe corner eorn of TMr TMrteenth TtIIrteenth Thirteenth
teenth and G streets northwest nort through throughH t 1OQ 1OQH
H Rozer Duiany from the C C C WH WHlard WKlard Witlard
lard estate to an investor whose name namewas D8meWas namewa3
was not made public E Heioeaneimer Heioeaneimerbought Heldenbet Heldenbetbought Heidenhehnerbought
bought the place of business bul bUIM at atteenth OS Thir Thirteenth IbIrteenth ¬
teenth street through the American Se Security Se SecurIty Socurity ¬
curity and Trust Company for S2Mt I IC UIOtC S2MtC
C H Dismer Dtsm through Btumkm hi OBrien OBrienBelt OBrienBelt OBrlenBelt
Belt Belt paid Saft609 eO for the property at atl
137 l 13 Euclid steeet steeetW skeetW ebreetw
W W Finley second vice president t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Southern Railway purchased through throughthe th ththe throughthe
the office of Stone t Fairfax the rest residence r rderce restderce ¬
derce at 2018 l Massachnsettx xaMehUMtta avenue for forgOOO tor2SlIO forooo
2SlIO gOOO ooo The The house h uee wfui ld old far Charte CharteP CIuuIP chai4esP
P Stone whose residence it adjoins Mr MrStone JirStone MrStone
Stone purchased the property last Janu January Januar3r anu anuary ¬
ary Mr Pulleys new house bo Is located locateddirectly 1oeteddIrectly located4lrectly
directly opposite the home of Thomas Tbo F FWalsh FWa1ah FWaloh
Walsh and in the immediate neighbor neighborhood nhborhoQd nehborhoed ¬
hood of the th houses of George Westlng Westlnghoue Weatlaou Westlug3oue <
houe ou A A S Worthington John obD Taylor TaylorArms TaylorAmli TaylorArms
Arms ArmsSaaauel Gen < Sternberc mpfMus p1Ius Snow aDd aDdSamuel andSamuel
Samuel Spencer president of the South Soothirn Southtrn Southrn
irn rn Railway RailwayHonses RailwayHon RailwayHone
Hon Hone e In Demand DemandOne DcmandOne DemandOne
One of the hopeful signs of the market marketto marketto marketto
to which attention was wa called yesterday yesterdayis ye
is the good demand for houses hou to rent rentReal rentReal rentReal
Real estate men say this callalways callalwayslarge ca1 ca1large caII1WYOlarge
large at this time of year yearis rIa is more persist persistent penlatent persistent ¬
ent than in former r years Moreover Moreoverrenters Xerrenters Moreorsrrenters
renters are looking for houses with im improvements HnproEm beproemeit ¬
provements proEm nta They want new bouses hOU or orthose orthose Otthose
those which which are In m good condition conditionOne CODdItIonOne conditionOne
One dealer told a Herald reporter he hehad 1Iehad behad
had a number of houses which the owners ownerswould OWReISwould ownerswould
would not improve so as to make them tbemcomfortable tlIeJRcomfortable themcomfortable
comfortable and attractive consequently consequentlytney coneMl1MRt17toey consuestIythey
they were being neglected De lecUd This dealer dealersaid cteaJersaid dealer8aid
said the call for houses of the class elan named namedhad dhad namedhad
had been so marked 1M he e had advised sev several HVral isvral ¬
eral ral holders of lots to put up houses housesthat bouaathat housesthat
that would rent for from J2S to tG 46 a month monthas JDOIIthasa moothas
as asa a good Investment He said be was wasconfident wasconfidEnt waaconfident
confident of his ability to rent them the at atany atany atu1y
any time so that the property would not notlie DOtlie notlie
lie idle idl
Must hlst Fix Up Property PrwpertyAnother PrpcdYAnother PropertyAnother
Another agent to which II m n inqalry was wasmade WIUJmade wanmade
made along this line said saidYe saIdYes
Ye 1 Yes e a good many old houses will 1M 1MiJie lieidle ne neidle
idle over whiter unless the owners Ax Axthem Axthem x xthem
them up With the multiplication mul pUcat of fiats fiatsand ftataand fiatsand
and new houses people are not Otrabl Otrablint6 rushing rushinginto rushh rushhinto
into any old lcl place offered The time has haspassed baapaSed hasparsed
passed for the old game me of getting etUnhy money moneyby mon monDy
by Dy renting booses out of repair at fancy fancyfigures faDCJfigures fancyflgures
figures figuresFor figuresFor flguresFor
For one I am glad of It It The renter NDterentitled Js Jsentitled isentItled
entitled to have ba e a good house when be bepays 1Ma bepay5
pays a S and I predict there wit be a good goodleal podieal goodieal
ieal of repainting papering and general generalrenovation erar1oaUcn giseralr
renovation renovationThe r1oaUcnThe r flovatlon flovatlonThe
The conclusion arrived at t from these theseronversatlons efonversatioM theseconvernatloni
ronversatlons was that money put into intogood Intogeod
good substantial houses renting for from fromS25 from2S
S25 2S to ro 40 are now a splendid investmentUx investment tenta
Ux a Washington and will 111 be for an indefinite indefiniteperiod I8deADlteper lododniteperiod
period per od to come The rehabilitation of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofhins
business property p will probably be follow followed followId followd ¬
ed d by extensive repairs upon old houses boosesuntil aaest1 housesuntil
until t1 T til they are put in proper shape to live livein JWein livein
in
Along this same line operations hi the thesuburbs theubllrbs thesuburbs
suburbs show tbe number of home buy buyrs buyr buyrs
rs r t is not decreasing as a tome of the pes pessimistic pessImistic peasimtstic ¬
simistic real estate men feared would be bothe bet bethe
the t he case Persons employed In the de departments de der1rtments dorartments ¬
partments and others others receiving fair sal saJ saJarle salarIe j jarle
arle in other lines of work work are making makingthe D Dthe j
the ben arrangements 1DeIIta their means meu win winallow winallow willallow
allow to get roofs over their heads on onwhich onVh1 onwhich
which Vh1 h the unfeeling landlord has no noclaim 110daim nocla
claim claimAs daimAs cla u uAs
As a consequence conietuence the outlook Is that thatthe tbatth thatthe
the th winders 1Vln wlneYi r business bUltn will continue good goodt odb goodbetween
t between b tween those seeking a safe fe invest investment f1Ift8inent Investment ¬
ment for then money and those actually actuallyDesirous actuallyJfstrous Actuallycitsirous
Desirous of ha having homes of their own ownPeople ownPealte ownPeople
i
People Want to Buy BuyAs Bu BuAs BuyAs
As an illustration of what is going en enin Oftn onn
in n one section sec on of th tile city may be men mentioned meatloh mentlorud ¬
tioned tloh d the building operations undertaken undertakenat
at BrUhtwood ri htwoocl Park by W McK Clayton Claytonand Claytonand Claytonand
and others Interested with him Mr JlrClaytbn MrClaytOn j
Clayton has been building during tbe tbeiall thetall
tall and summer summermontha months about twenty twentyhouses twetyhoulKs twentyhoins
houses in the park parkIt parkIt perkIt
It was his original intention to rent rentthem rentthem rentthen
them This be behu bebasdone has done ae as fast as the thedwellings thef thedwTl1ngs
dwellings f w rungs were completed olD lete4 except exce that in inmore Inr10r himore
more r10r than ten cases he received offers to toscll torc j jsoli
soli rc l1 and did so at good BOObuying figures some somebuying semebuying 1
buying for investment and some for forhomes tor10mCS foriornes
homes homesAnother 10mCS 10mCSAnothEr iornesAnnther
Another instance of the investment and andnomebullding netl1on1fob1i1diOC andronbuIlding
nomebullding Idea is to be found out on onthe ORthe onthe
the Ho Rokvm < kvill road to the far northwestern northwesternsuburbs northwesternsuburbs northwesterubnrbs
suburbs There has been within the put pastsix put1x putsx
six > months a marked advance in the de c1e c1evelopment dovelopment j
velopment of the several subdivisions be beyond 1M 1Myond beyond ¬
yond Si S Alhans and just t over the Din District Di5trict Dintract ¬
trict line lln n Maryland MarylandThe MaruciThe MarylandThe
The Rockville electric line serves this thisregion thisrtgon thisron
region ron with ith good transit facilities and andmany andmany j
many persons have been going out to to1rlfndshlp torIendshIp j
Friendship Height Drummond Somerset SomersetHeights SomenelHeights Somersetlleighth
Heights and Northwest NorthwestPark Park to buy Job lotzand Joband Iota4nd
and build houses ho for rental or for homes homesThee homesThcce homesrhre
Thee rhre suburbs ubu are promising pIOID centers of ofpopulation ofjlpulaUon ofppuiatlon
population already and are continually continuallyinviting eantinualtynviting tmaaJI tmaaJIjniting
inviting more settlers settlersChance HttlenCllaaoe setUersChance
Chance for f r Home Buyers BuyersRichard DuyersRi Buyornflichard
Richard Ri hard Ougb Ou h has recently completed a afine at11 afiflO
fine house at a The Hills HU and is about aboutto
to o erect ftv Ave more mo nearby which will be besold besold besold
sold to home buyers or rented to persons personsvho pereonaho personsvo
vho vo ho desire to live I e in the country Further Furtherp
p the line is i the nw w Northwest North Park Parkwhere Parkwhere Parkwhere
where lots are being sold by William F FMatttson FIattson FMattsOn
Matttson Substantial houses will be bebuilt bebuilt beuAlt
built uAlt in the near future upon lots in that thatubdivision t lttubdivJRon thatubdivIilOfl
ubdivision sold Airing the last month monthir
ir 1 so soThe 90Th noThe
The Th plan of this subdivision te dtffertfrom differentfrom different differentfrom
from those this side It contains forty fortyacres for171cr fortyacres
acres 1cr lying between a the electric car line lineand 1Inemd linetnd
and the BockviUe pike A wellgraded wellgradedivenue weUgradtdvenue wellgradedvenue
venue extends through the property con connecting 000nlctlnc connecting ¬
necting tht two thoroughfare thorouP On each eachside Ilehoide eachside
side is a tier of lots containing containbi from onej onejrcre on oncre one oneacre
acre cre to one and onehalf acres each eachThe chThe eachThe
The lots 10 are to Intended tended to be separate separatebuilding HpvaWbuildinc separatebuilding
building sites ltea and are offered o < ed at prices priceswhich prtceswhich priceswhich
which are a within wlthlnthe the means of f fpeople ordinary ordinarypeople on11narypeople
people Shade trees are to be ti planted plantedimmediately platedmmediaty ted tedj
immediately j on each side of the avenue avenuend aYeDuend avenuend
< nd the property otherwise improved and andmade andmader8 andrinde
made mader8 ready Y for home builders buildersHalf bul1denHalf buildersHalf
Half a dozen new houses ho have been beenerected beeaerected banaerected
erected tide tJt year in the immediate vi vicinity vicinity 1 1dntty ¬
cinity and are ar now occupied A E Shoe Shoemaker Shoemaker ¬
maker o ol Chevy Chase Cha is the builder J
<
and he wIt undertake the erection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proposed 54Jd dwellings in Northwest NorthwestPark NorthwMtPark NorthwestPark
Park
Mr STclIl to Build BnildI BulldComing BuildComing
I Coming back toward the city ci a new newS nwrenee newresidence
S residence renee te soon OOfl to be erected for fori forCbarIe forCharles
i Charles Ptfelli P Nell the Commissioner of ofLabor ofLbor
Labor It will be situated on McComb McCombstreet McCombstrMt MeCornbstrt
street strMt near Mar Thirtysixth in the th subdi subdivision aubdlvision Wi Wivteion ¬
vision of Oak View near Cleveland ClevelandPark ClMteJIutdPark CiovelandPark
Park A A B H HMtOft aton is the architect anhlteetthe and andthe andthe
the house will be in the Swiss Swiss style two twostar twosiorM twosZorles
star siorM high with an a attic The finish finishwill A finishwill 18h
will 11 f be in pebble dash dashThese duhTheIle dashThee
These instance IMitaRCe which will be multi multiplied multiplied multiplied ¬
plied in all 11 directions on the principal principalstreets prlDCIpalstreets principalstreets
streets leading Jeadln out of the city show the thetendency tbetaulttAC7 thetendency
tendency ot things and form the baste ot otthe ort ofthe
the t e prediction of the real estate tate men lit that thatthe ttthe thatthe
the investment Intr ent of money in land and andhouses andhou8e andhouses
houses is by no means mean at an end In the thecapital U UcapUa1 thecapital
capital and its It Immediate Jmmedlatevloinlty JmmedlatevloinltyRcaJt vicinity vielnltyRealty vicinityRealty
Realty RcaJt Sales S lcs Completed CompletedBhiRdon CompletedBIunc1oa CompletedBlundon
BhiRdon OBrien 8 Belt real esa esabrokers esttlta esttltabrokers eststabrokers >
brokers yesterday announced the theof sale saleof saa saaof
of the following toll wing parcels pa1Cals of property The Thepales TIMMJea Theflies
pales have been b nO completed npleted at different differenttimes llfterenttimes lftetant lftetanttImft
times during the past tow weeks weeksFor weekslIor weeksFir
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price 9UN 9UNTo 5aTo
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REAL ESTATE NOTES NOTESDcvid NOTESI NOTESlvid
Dcvid I w Seiko recently associated with withWilnge withWHItg withWillig
Wilnge Gihbs A Daniel has he joined joinedRobert JoIhARobert joinedBobt
Robert E E Heater H Hna1 manager of Fulton FultonOordkms FuilonOotdons n nOonIOas
Oordkms OonIOas new w suburban subdivision CoR CoRaecucut Con ConBectkrnt Cnnecticut
Bectkrnt Avenue Terrace TerraceW Terracew Terracew
W H H SorreU yesterday took out a apermit apermtt a apermit
permit for a brick apartment house to tobtrerected toblereeted tobeersctd
btrerected at SOS 3it to iO6 Eighteenth street streetnorthwest sireet sireetnorthweat streetnorthwest
northwest The estimated matecl cost is IIW 4IIStw 4Mftt 4MfttW
W Q Palmer is the architect arebtteetThe architectTb architectThe
The Tb Union Trust Company which te 111eroet1n Iserecting teerecting
erecting a new banktnr and office o lce build buildIng buildtog
tog at the southwest J corner of Fifteenth Fifteenthand lttteellthaH Fifteenthand
and H streets yesterfiay took the title to totbe totIae tothe
the tend When the property was ac acquired aetaJncl anquired ¬
quired from Stlison Hntehins several severalmonths MVeraIt severalmonths
months ago it was conveyed to George GeorgeHamilton E EII K KHamilton
Hamilton Edward J SteUwagen SteU and andJames andIames
James 1 O Payne as trustees trusteesPart trusteesPart trusteesPart
II
Part of f original lot 6 i square siFe4ll 4H 1S was wasconveyed wasCooveyed wasconveyed
conveyed on Friday by Daniel Lmsghraa Lmsghraato
to the Washington W Theater Company Companywhich CotftpalQwldcb Companywhich
which win erect a piayboas on the prop property ptOpert7 property ¬
erty situated slt on Ninth street Itreet between D Dand Band
and K KChariee K KC1laiea
1CMn
Chariee F NesMt Neabitand and others enhave trustees tmstoeshave trusteeshave
have conveyed to Joseph Cranford part partof pgtel pertSt
of original lot S6 Ii 3 on Thirteenth street streetnorthwest stnetJIOrtIrwt streetnorthwest
northwest northwestR
R R H H Knox yesterday 7 received a permit permitto
to build frame rame apartments at 830 i and SH SHTamum SHVarD 4 4Yarnum
Tamum VarD street estimated to cost C08tC 333110 333110c SeW SeWC
C B E Webb architect has prepared preparedplans preparedpa preparedpious
plans for a a twetory tW8 toI3 brick house for forD
D 1 M Trimble at f North Carolina ave avenue aveJive ayeone ¬
Jive southeast uueut S S W laM J Co are the thebuilder tbebalkier thebuilders
builder and the estimated e cost is isTN ttJM ttJMThe 300 300The
The ButlerTaliaferr Company has hasbeen baabHn hasbeen
been incorporated with a a capital of StaVM StaVMThe Ii IiThe 333110The
The incorporators are John cbn A A Butler ButlerJames ButlerTamea ButlerJames
James A A Taliaferro and L L CabeU WU WUUameon WulIaRllOR WitI1asneon
Uameon UameonLAND lIaRllORLAND I1asneonLAND
LAND RESERVED FOR PARKS PAEKSCommissioners PARKSCommlsdoners PAItKSCommissioners
Commissioners Turn Plots Over to toFederal toFetlernl toFederal
Federal Government GovernmentIn
In accordance with their policy for forbeautifying for1HavtttYla forbeautifying
beautifying the city as well as a method methodof methodof methodof
of economy the Commissioners upon uponrecomllMlMIaUon uponrecommendation
recommendation of Assistant Engineer EngineerCommissioner EngineerCoIami88loner EngineerCommoner
Commissioner Capt Morrow yesterday yesterdayforwarded yelterdayforwarded yesterdayforwarded
forwarded a plan of a reservation at t the theIntersection UaeInlenecUon theIntersection
Intersection of Columbia road Nineteenth Nineteenthstreet Nineteenthstreet Nineteenthstreet
street and KsJorama road to Gen Alex Alexander Alexuder Alexander ¬
ander Mackenzie Chief Engineer of the theUnited thetuftecl theluIted
United States army with the request t that thath that1M thath
h 1M accept jurisdiction jurl dlcUon over the reserva reservation re ervaUon reservation ¬
tion which will be converted into a pub pubIto public publie
Ito park parkThte parkThle partThis
This action is adopted by the District Districtgovernment DIat1ictgovernment Districtgovernment
government in every instance where there thereis therea thereIs
is a reservation of land made by the in intersection 111tenection Intersection ¬
tersection of streets or avenues avenu av niee The TheCommissioners TheCommlallkmers TheCommlsuloners
Commissioners earlier in the week trans traMlured transfarred
f lured rred to the Federal government a reser reservation rrvaUon reservatlon ¬
vation at Florida avenue and Twentysec Twentysecond Twentyeecend ¬
end street which will also be converted convertedinto convertedinto convertedIDtO
into a public park parkUpon parkUpon parkUpon
Upon recommendation reeommen aUon of Engineer Com Commissioner CoaaIniMtoner Consinlisloner ¬
missioner Biddle the North Capitol and andEcklngton andEcklDKtOn andKcklngton
Ecklngton CiUsens Association was yes yesterday YMterdy yesterday ¬
terday informed that theft tbetr request that thatthe tlatUae thatthe
the triangle trlaa < le at New Jersey avenue New NewYork NwYork NewYork
York avenue and M street northwest north be beconverted beconverted beconverted
converted into a small par had been grant granted granted nult nulted ¬
ed A small portion of the triangle however howeverwin howeverwUI howeverwill
win be macadamized and used as a road roadway roAdway roadway ¬
way for the convenience of Truck D of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the fire department departmentSTBJKEES departmentSTltIKERS departmentSTBIXERS
STBJKEES COMMITTEE BACK BACKSouthern BACKSouthern BACKSouthern
Southern Eninloyes Pleased wIth nrltliOntconie wIthOutcome withOutcome
Outcome of Conference ConferencePresident ConferencoPrtaklent ConferencePrsldent
President OConnell OC nnell and the committee committeerepresenting QOftUftttteerepre committeerepresenting
representing repre entlng the th Southern Railway ma machinists machfnl machtnistt ¬
chinists U have returned from New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The men JJIen ien express themselves as being beinghighly beingh1cbl beinghighly
highly gratified with the manner In which whicha
a favorable settlement of their difficulties difficultieswas dl ditlicuitleswas lculttea lcultteawas
was brought about aboutMr aboutMr aboutMr
Mr OConnell when seen yesterday yesterdayafternoon yuterdaJatternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon declined to make any statement statementwhatever statementwhatever
whatever whAteverother other thaa he was greatly greatlypleased greatlypMuecl greatlypleased I
pleased The Th men will resume work to tomorrow tom tomorrow ¬
morrow m rrow morning morningSecretary momlngStcrttary morningSScretry
Secretary Preston by tomorrow t morrow even evening evenIng eventog ¬
ing will have completed all the pay payrolls payrol15 payrolls
rolls of the strikers It Its is said that this thislate thislate thislate
late strike has cost the international body bodyover b4tdyover bodyovOr
over overThe 9MN6 9MN6The 000 000The
The men M n who were w re hired by the com company 09mPM coinpany ¬
pany PM to fill the places of the strikers will
be discharged on Monday morning tn mlng
This is 6ft one e of the th clauses decided upon
in the conference The matter of submit submitting su submitting mlt ¬
ting their respecthe claims to a board boar of ofarbitration ofarbltraten ofarbitration
arbitration was eliminated in the question questionof
of issues The Th men argued that tha t it was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not fair te exj expect eet > > ect them to submit their
differences to t a board of arbitration atbitr tion when whenother wh whother whenother
other workmen in the employ of the theAt theAtPRay com company oempan ¬
PRay pan reeeivad r elved a favorable r rly > ly to t their theirdemands tb6irdtmanJ tbirdennndt
demands for an increase jn reue in the jjay 3y of a aworking aworkInG aworking
working day without having to be forced forcedto fr forcedto od odto
to take this measure
iHIGH HIGH RAILWAY SPEED SPEEDLessons SPEEDc SPEEDLessons
c 1 1Lessons
Lessons Drawn Dr W1l From Acci Accidents Accideilts cC cCdents ¬
dents dents Here HCl and Abroad AbroadTENDENCY AbroadTENDENOY AbroadTENDOY
TENDENCY TO INCREASED PACE PACEMotor PACEIotor PACEMotor
Motor Iotor Vehicles Hayvc n lIzvve c Become Source Sourceof Sonrceot Sourceof
of Great Dnnjor DnD1orJfo1c More Deaths on onHighways OilIUgll1n oiiHighways
Highways IUgll1n in Bnfflnnd IDn = laml Than on the theRailroads tIaenaUroncbTrn1e1er3 theltailrondaTravclcr
Railroads naUroncbTrn1e1er3 Traveler Said to Enjoy EnjoyThe EnJ07Grcntor EujoTCreator
Creator Safety Now ew Than Ever Ecrrite EverThe
The disaster at t Salisbury will probably probablycost probablyC probablyst
cost st the London and Southwestern Rail Railway RaUW7 RailWay ¬
way Company a lass use Rm m of o money moneyThe monerThe moneyThe
The wrecking and total loss of a first firstclass firstclass t tc
class c modem m dsru engine weighing w tdnS with its itstender Itstend itstender
tender tend IIS h3 tons ton and costing some thou thousands thouof thounda ¬
sands nda of pounds to construct the de destruction desiruetIon dofructloii ¬
struction of several luxuriously Iuxurlou ly appoint appalnteoCheI appointbd
bd 4 coaches and of much minor stock teek the theserious theMrlous thenrlous
serious damage to the permanent way wayapd waythe
14141 apd the employment ment of M men JMR to clear clearthe c18rI clearit
I it the interruption of traffic a aDd d the theloss tn tnIo8s theloss
loss of public conWenceaJl those i Items Itemswill Itemsu Itemswill
will u figure in th the heavy bill whteH ohte1 the thecompany thecompany thecOmpany
company must settle settleBut aettleBut settleBst
But beyond that is the companys lia liability ItaI Habthty ¬
bility lIty to compensate com the sufferers It is isImpossible Iahn Ishnpossthle
Impossible hn at present to say what the is issue I Isue iisue ¬
sue will be and of course the officiate ofilcIalswill officiatewill l lwill
will not discuss it but the sharp rp drop dropIn dropht
In Southwestern stock recorded aft after UIir the theiisaster thew the4tster
iisaster was w wa certainly due to the recog rQOO8nltloa rooognitlon recognition ¬
nition of the possibility bOtty of a heavy pay payment 1 pymeat Y Ymeat ¬
meat mentThe
meatTbe
The cause sf the accident is still m the thesubject Utesubject thesubject
subject of discussion and homilies upon uponthe UJlOft1M uponthe
the dangers da of hiajn 111 speed are being beingpreached lutingpreehed beingpreached
preached We prefer to leave e the ex experts experla enports ¬
ports to answer IIin ans Ute question whether the thespeed theapeecl thespeed
speed of the Yankee Flyer 117 on the curve curveat curveat Zft Zftat
at Salisbury was compatible bIe with safety safetystate nafOtystates t Qtate
tate state the London Express ExpressTo ExpireILTo Kxpeuiro
To those however who profess to see seela Me1a seehi
la every ncccJeratkm of the mean of oftransit oftrault oftransit
transit a fresh danger to life and limb limbft 11mbIt limbIt
It may be pointed out that tbat though this tklsgeneration Utiliseneratloa thisgeneration
generation is moved oved to and from mush mushmore mshmore
more rapidly r than was Its predecessor predecessorthe predeceMOre ceieOr ceieOrthe f
the travelers tn enjoy a greater Ift measure measureOf measureof ure ureat
Of safety now than ever they did This ThisIs hIseertaIaIy ThisIn
Is certainly true at any rate raa of railway railwaytransit nail nailtransit railwaytianait
transit transitSaf
Safety Saf tof of Railway Trains TrainsiThe TralnlJThe TrainsThe
iThe The The danger Ia of railway traveling < has hasbeen hasbeen
been been reduced aced to such a point Sir Her Herbert Herbert Herbert ¬
bert Jekyll declared ee deeIa to bill report ott OItaeel OItaeeldata noel accidents noeldents ¬
dents data that in MM the chances against againsta
a a passenger being killed in a train tool accident aocIdent tooldent ¬
dent in the course of a given Journey JoGnMwere journAywere Journeywere
were more meretbIa than 20MQBMQ to one oneA 0DeA oneA
A leading railway official said to the thepresent Utepneent thepresent
present writer writ after a a terrible terriblel disaster disasterthit
that l t he never DeY felt quite so safe from tromdl8 tromdl8ad the theslings theellugi
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune fortuneac fortuneas
ac when wbe he was seated in a firstclass firstclasscompartment ftntc1u8ha firstclammpartmedt I
compartment In one of his own trains trainsAnd traluAad trainsAnd
And yet the modern tendency te deDCY1s is to ac aecelerate accelerate j jceterate
celerate the speed of railway locomotion locomotionIn t tIII
In ISO JJ6there 1904 there were only twentytwo twentytwostarttostop twentytwojtrttostop
starttostop tarttostop nuts on British railways rallwa at atspeed atI atspeed I
I speed of fiftysix miles an hour and up upward up upward upward ¬
ward Last La year I this number had been beenmore beenIIIOre beenmore
more than doubled doubled and in the present presentsummer prMGttADllmef presentsummer
summer the number of fast trains has hasbeen baabeen hasbeen
been still further increased increasedLast IDCreUe4Lut IncreasedLast
Last summer the Northwestern Nortlawtenato bdgan bdganto b gan ganto
to send Its I best trains from London to toLiverpool toLiftlPOOl toLiverpool
Liverpool a distance of 8ft l mile ue In luminutes 208 208minutes 20 20minutes
minutes or at the rate of over aftyAve aftyAvemiles fiftyfivemiles
I miles Jat an hour hourThe bourThe hourThe5 AttyAve1
The Great Central express expr te SbeneM SbdIeWcovfted Shelseldcovered
covered covfted 1C 1 miles mU In 171 1 17 minutes mi attain attaI I
me an average avera v e speed of 181 miles mi miI an anhour anhour I
hour though after it left the metropoU metropollinn
tarn section at a Qnainton road it tray traysled j
sled at a rate of stxty 8Ixt7thr 8Ixt7thrhow three inDia an anhour anhour t
hour The same line has an express expressfrom ex extroaNott1sgbamto expressfrom
from troaNott1sgbamto from Nottingham to Leicester t scheduled scheduledto
to cover 9 miles mfle in twentythree twatythnNttIQ1IJ min minutes missflies ¬
flies equal to feU 12 miles an hour and andseveral andseveral
i several Journeys on other lines are made madeat madeat madeat I
at a speed exceeding fiftynine mile an anhour Uboar anboor
hour boarAmerloan
American Speed Records RecordsThe Reoor RecordsTb < ls lsne
The Tb Americana who complain of the thespeed tileof theaeed
speed aeed of the train wrecked wredr at Salisbury Sattsbnrymust Sa Samust Salisburymust
must be aware of their own ow national JIUoaalpUaUon as aspiration asplratiou ¬
piration alter high speed The Pennsyl Pennsylvania PAUYIvaaIa Peinasylvanla ¬
vania special from New York t to to Chi Chicago CbIcap Cliiesgo ¬
cap wa 1 wee accelerated last year so that thatit thatit
I
it should cover r tJ2 12 miles in eighteen eighteenhours eighteenhours teea teeabourw
hours a speed including 1DcI stops of 103 103miles J Jmile
mile miles It Is claimed that on Jon JUlIe IS ISlast 1J 1Jiut 12last 1 <
last year this train covered three tJuoeeIn miles idlesIn j
in eightyfive b seconds seconds or one on mile in InI
3t 1 seconds secondsThe MCOIhIaTbe secondsTb I
The Tb rival Twentieth Century Lim ¬
lied Ited train to Chicago by the th New N etV Yoi Y York CNJt I
Central and Lake Shire route was also alsoaccelerated alsoaccelerated
accelerated to eighteen hours for the trip tripa I
a speed including stops of f fiftyfour 1l fiftyfourMIes tYf Ul j
I
miles an hour Three days later it was waswrecked waswrecked waswfeoktd
wrecked but It I was declared that the theaster theehigh
hi high speed was JtOt t the caue of the d duter din dinHow I
aster asterHow uterHow
How far the increase of speed which whichhi whichIs I
Is now sought after on ordinary roads roadsused roadsused i
used by pedestrians P Is compatible with withsafety withsafety I Isafety
safety Is perhaps perba a more debatable ble point
The wayfarer has to educate himself potftt1 to tonew tonew tonew
new methods of traction and has to ac acquire aCo souhe ¬
quire uhe a special habit t of street vision vfekmwwch vtsIoIawalcb visionwoich
wwch makes him watchful and enables
him to calculate his chance in crossing CnNM CnNMthe I
the thoroughfare thoroughfareThe tbor tboroughfaThe 1qbfare 1qbfareThe
The motorbus is the latest espreesfeti espreesfetiof it I
of the speed erase and it is notorious notoriousthat notoi1ous notoi1ousthat
that it has been responsible for many
casualties During May last 400 accidents accidentswere accIdentswere
were caused in London by b motor mot omit I
buses of which wt cb sixtytwo resulted ORmI1 in inpersonal Inpenonal Inpersonal
personal injury and two Were fatal fatalMany fa fatalMany tal
Many Unn Dontlis on Roadway RoadwayIt I i
It is a a remarkable fact that horses and andmotordriven aDdJDOtor4rlven andmotordriven
motordriven vehicles killed far more morepeople In4Hpeople imsr imsrpeople
people in isKthe last year for which whichcomplete vJdcIttOmplete whichcomplete
complete statistics are available avafhWlfrtDnn avafhWlfrtDnnUte avaflabletbethe than thanthe
the railways did high speed notwIU notwIUsUmJlne notwlUt notwlUt8ta114i notwIt1OtOiug
sUmJlne 8ta114i The deaths by accident on the therailways the theranWJl therailways
railways ranWJl were lfll 10iS including those of rq rqoaRt tW tWsevnts II IIservants
servants of the companies while on Q Qroad t tr0a4wATs th throadways
road roadways ways vehicles and horses slew 121 121people lIpeopis
people peopleTh peopleMtf peopisThe
Th The electric tramways has increased
the speed of street travel but it caused causedonly caUleI1 outselloniy
only thirtytare deaths in IfW 1 while ac accMents Ae
cMents caused by the slower horse tram tramway traiRw trstnway ¬
way w y killed fortyfour people and the still stillslower stillwsr
slower wsr bus destroyed dNr Jed twentynine tWel twe t7Dlne Cabs Cabsare cabsan CAbsare
are not always speedy but tbey killod
fortynine persons hi that year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The motor m tor car is I still regaru regaruW with
terror by some k te conservative rvaUve peoplo be because De Decau because ¬
cause e of the rate at which it may be
driven The number of deaths detth attributed
to motor accidents accl eRtaJ fa f lit was wa as follows
Motor ears ears M motor cycles II And nd mo ¬
tor vans and wagons Sa total of ft
but In the sam name year much slower bicycle bicycleand blcyoleAnd bicyuIand
and tricycle brought 150 persons to the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave graveIn graveIn graveIn
In the corresponding period a return of
44 442300 44O M miles traveled by 3GOO > motor ID m tor
owners showed ahO ed that If fatal and 31 6 now
fatal accidents were caused ca so st thai one oneperson O Operson oneparson
person was killed for every 7jy n1OI milw m mll mlltraveled II
traveled and one injured 1 Jured in every 156000 156000miles 1I 1OCmiles OO OOmiles
miles
TO It r Be Exact ExactFrem BxnctFNm ExactFien
S
Frem Ute PhflaeetpUa PNSL PNSLPa P Pep PrenPa
ep Pa said little Willie WfI11 Is s it right ght to tosay tosay
say 1 the Congressman Con a spoke pok ax s tempera temperaor temporaor temjoiOr
or extemporaneously extemporaneouslyWell e tempoMUleOUIIIrr S Sr031
Well r r031 all replied re3 MEMI Me aa If ff you w w istto ant nt to
be perfectly rfectl o correct weot yWll ooIl n have te t stick stkjkpresumably sfi stickpresumably k kpreMmNt
presumably preMmNt ly or ostoneiUy WT In there some somewhere somowheren somewhere ¬
where wheren
Serious Dcfcoi DcfcoiFxw DefcotFJIOIR DefeofFren
Fxw Ute New ew York World WorldAnother WorldAnotMr WotidAnother
Another serious defect has been dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered in the new football rules The Thespectators Tbespectators Thespectators
spectators can see the game
I MACEDONIAN BRIGANDS BBIGANDSWould BRIGANDSI BRIGANDSVoult1 BRIGANDSWould
I
Would Divide Hanson Rnn ou with Any Any One OneAgreeing Oncreeln OneAgreeing
Agreeing reeln to Be Taken Prisoner PrisonerFoderiek PrlllonerFJode PrisonerYTO4SCIIk
Foderiek Moore in Harper Weekly WeeklyVe WeekboWe WIetlyWe
Ve We discussed the revolution with the theinsurgents theinsuretIS theinsurgents
insurgents and learned that they had hadaltogether badAltogUaer hadaltogether
altogether nearly KM 10000 9 rifles of all pat pattern patterns pattorus ¬
terns tern They told us the now old story s nt of oftheir ofI ofthcir
their splendid organization In Macedonia Macedoniaunder Yacedonlaunder Macadonlaunder
under DamIen Gruel and bewailed the thefactthat thefacttbat thefacttthat
I factthat facttthat they could not agree Completely eompletsryWith comphttsrywith CompletelyWith
With the External Organisation the theBulgarian thoI theBnlgrJan
I Bulgarian al rJAD committee under On Tzou TzouchefL TzolaI Tzoiichaff
I chef chaff These TIt fellows were anxious to tav tavme tai taltm taime
me m into IntoMacedonIa Macedonia with them U saying that thatI
I would Owd see everything if I went with a aband aband aband
band and I knew that It was true as asthey astlloy itSthey
they said that I would see nothing If I Iwent Iwent Iwent
went In from the other aide with the theTarks thaTurks th thTurks
Turks but I had other plans I told the theinsurgents theImursentl theInsurgents
insurgents I was anxious to see ee a flghi flghiand ftgnan4l figluand
and asked kid it they would would have one won wonCertainly ItOOtLCerta1nlr soonCertainly
Certainly came came the reply re Mwe we can canhave caahay eaihave
have hay one whenever you like likeI hiksI
I I had meant this a as a Joke but the In Insurgents Ini iflutrglts ¬
i surgents urp ta were serious seriousWould HrIousi seriousWould
i Would you 7 like to get rich one tit titthem iftheman4c t tIthem
Ithem them theman4c theman4cI aaked aakedf
t f would I replied repHedI repliedIf repliedIt
I It you permit us to take you prisoner prisonerwe
we will divide the ransom with you youI DuI youI
I asked for details cletaI of the plan and andfound andounG andfound
found ounG they were such vell that I could not notconsider nf notconsider > t tC
consider C D81der them I should go into Turkey Turkeyand Turkeyand Turkeyand
and transact transactwhat what special uaotl1 uesess osone I I had hadand badand hadand
and after getting ttfn the news I wanted I Ishould Ishould
should s J < meet th them tn at some appointed appointedplace appointedplace ppob ppobIJIaee
place my escort t would be picked off 1 by bysharpshooters bysba byshrpsholrsand
sharpshooters sba shrpsholrsand en and I captured unscathed unscathedWANTS unacthedWANTS unscathedATS
WANTS ATS TO O RH RU A LOCOMOTIVE LOCOMOTIVEYoung LOGOrdOTIVEYoung LOCOOTIYEYoung
Young Woman Who Who ho Qualified Her Herself Herself Herself ¬
self and Asked for a Job JobShe JobSbe sobShe
She Declares She Sh Is Strong Enough Bnongrhto Enoughto
to Shovel Half a Dozen Tons of ofCoal ofConI ofCoal
Coal a Dar and Loves Dngines BnglnesAlbaRY lng1nesAlbany DnginesAlbany
Albany N 1 Y Nov 3 JW Women are in invading land invading ¬
vading nd every walk of business Why WIt not notthe notth
d the th railroad railroadThis rallroa4ThIIs railroadThin
This was how Miss Henrietta Snyder r or oras orM oras
as she prefers to be called Ette Eu Swyder Swyderof SRJd SRJdof iyder iyderof
of Phlhnont Columbia County explained explainedher ecptatllOOber explainedher
her application to toi i SUUoninaatar Statlon Reese Reeseof n Reeseof
of the tbeNew New York Central for a Job jobeqiDeer as asengineer asengineer
engineer or fireman on the road roadWe roadWe roadWe
We have hafttfllD woman osssan baggngemaaters baggngemaaterssaid
said Miss Snyder iyder Ethically I have e the theright thlrlSbt theright
right to claim a position as firemen and andphysically andtoo andphysically
physically too Im not heavy but every everybit eerrbit everybit
bit of me is muscle I wear a No 1 shoe shoebut shoeobat simsbut
but the calf of my leg measures m fifteen fifteeninches Aft AftI I Iineha
inches I in eircumtenneeall circumference all muscle III The Themuscles Pl Plmuscles I
muscles aaeIH of my back are strong They Theyhave Theybav9 Theyhave
have never been artificially braced by the theDSC
use of a corset The six I or seven tons tonsof tonsof
of coal I would shovel on a trip would be bemere bemere
mere childs ebtld play I am tbe champion championskater cbaJDpIoakater championskater
skater of the village was a capable bi bicyclist btcrdUt hicyclist ¬
cyclist and now walk about six miles milesevery milesevery fa fanerr
every afternoon afternoonIt afteraoonIt
It may be said that I would be open opento ODto opento
to many annoyances from men if I should shouldbecome sbouJdbeeeme shouldbecome
become a railroad fireman Now I claim claimthat c1abnthat claimthat
that a woman wOlll lUl whether she he be young or orold Mold I Iold
old old and I know there are many man true truewomen trueWo truewomen
women Wo who will voice vole my 01 y astlmeatanever sentiments lDellta will willnever wlUDeftt
never be b insulted no matter what her hertnule hertrade
trade is s eo Ions I as she is good and true trueloving tr trueloving e I IIoviDC
loving her work and trying to da doright right no nomatter nomatter
matter where bfte it may take her or among amongwhat m IIwhat amongwhat I
what people DIe She will always have the therespect therespect I Irespect
respect of the people for whom and with withwhom withwhom j jwhom
whom she works if she attend strictly strictlyto strictlyto i ito
to bustee baI business and acts act properly properlyI i if
f have ba e been Interested in steam at lagS englneering lagSiseering i iMeftac
neering for several years 1 but bu It was not notumfl DOtunt notuntli
umfl unt this year earthatl that thatI I took took a course fe a acorrespondence acorreIIPODCIeace acorrespondence
correspondence school w which teaches ne nechartfJMeAnertag Je ipe ipeC
cIIaI1ftJ C chartfJMeAnertag iineefinc I had hs > hard tiM tiMgettfa IIII IIIIaeth IbM IbMseas
gettfa aeth iofoftfe 1III e scn scnsons Iw
wo = t iI
1IIe 1IIet
t ol dW Mtee11
sons He finally cotAenMB sjid Iall I passed passedall suedj suedjall
hi himark
all my examinations naminatloaaob obtiiilBg obtk1 vary high highmarks highmarks
marks I learned all about aboutthe the rules sig signals sigi3s ¬
nals nala colored lights and fuse signals aIpa on onthe onthe onthe
the railroads how to clean an engine enginehow e enginebow ne nebow
bow with tbe least coal to keep a soft softcoal oft tt j jcoal I Ieoal
coal fire from the start tart to the finish of oftrip a atrip I Itrip
trip also about the small and hard coal coaluses j juses iaDd
uses and ah brakes I have the extra extraIIIPa1 extrasignal j jsignal
signal book of the H H R R R also the theWeatmgbous theWestinghouse I
Westinghouse Wea airbrake book and an en engineers enI engineers ¬
gineers examination book book which was wasloaned wuleaned wasloaned
loaned to me me These I have studied to together topetber ¬
toI
gether with my own e engineers s book bookI bookUl
Ul I received my diploma from the school schoolon school9p bool I
on April 12 l2 this year and I am very veryproud veryproud
i
proud of It I showed it to StaUearrastor StaUearrastorReese StaUoi StaUcastrReese
Reese last Saturday when I applied to tohim to11Im tohim
him for a position He was pleasant and andcourteous andc andcourteous i
courteous but said bis position poaitiOIl Aid not notallow notallow
allow him to give me work Supt Har Harrington Harrtqton liarrhigton ¬
rington wasnt In In so I went to West Al Albany Albeny ¬ I
bany 117 to see Mr Watson the mechanical mechantcaJengineer mecbaaIcaJeDClaeer mechanicalengineer
engineer Mr r Watson Wat was away on ontriP a atrip atrip
trip but a citric m his ofltee looked at atray atmy atmy
my papers pa and said they were all right rightbut rt rightbut t tbut
but as I was a woman he felt that he hecouldnt hecouldnt becouldnt
couldnt give me a position positionI
I havent given up hope Where theres theresa ther thera
a will theres the a way My 1 chief ambition ambitionis blttoa blttoaIs
is to preside at t the throttle of an engine engineand eaatneand engineand
and for that reason I am anxious to serve servean Rnean servean
an apprenticeship apprentlc blp as fireman I love an anengine anengine anengine
engine Whenever I ride on a a train I can canfei elmfeel canfeel
feel every pulsation pulsationTheres pu1ationThers pulsationThotes
Theres nothing masculine about Miss MtoeSnyder MJIJSnYder MissSoyder
Snyder She is twentyfive yean old old a aMonde ablonde ablonde
blonde weighs s 1 UI jis pounds and is 5 feet S Sinches IIDCIMa 2inches
inches to height heightTlie bellhtThe helihtThe
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Casey CUeyly My oh my Where Where did ye get getthe getthe getthe
the black eye eyeCassktyOh qeCusldyob eyeS eyeSaasIdyOh
CassktyOh twa two jlsht Haanerys baby babythot bAbythot imbythot
thot done thot thotCasey tbotCueyGwu thotCAaeywan
Casey CueyGwu Cwan Shore no baby 1M could hit j Ia
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CnssMy cuNyWeiI WeU all I know te that if it ithadnt itha4at Ithadnt I
hadnt been beeef1Ir fur nannerys FIanhie ys hahar there UMred UMredha theredhave d dhave
have ha Men seen no christenin cIuWteatIIJB ctulSteabLlAVlIS christeninTBAVBS
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REWARDS S FOR MAIDS MAIDSN AIDS AIDSNwYoik
1ST N NwYoik v York Servants Get Gold GoldBees GoldBees UoldBees
Bees and Ice Cream CreamiTWO CreamTWO CreamTWO
TWO YEARS IN SAME PLACE PLACEMistresses PLACEJIIstre PLACElllatresses
JIIstre Mistresses scs Gave Them a U Day OH 01 and andEntertained andEntertained andEntertained
Entertained Them at Lunch Lunch After AfterAvrnrdlng AfterAwnrdlng AfterAwarding
Awarding Baugen for Long Scrvlcn ScrvlcnGerman ServIcGerman ServlcGerman
German Housewives Society Has a aNovel aloel aiovcI
Novel Solution for Servant Problem Problemtoot ProbleJDI
I Ill be er oook r fir < rertr per H HWeiticr
Weiticr Vefl y Uta that pins ta tar tatUt
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A society for the th suppression of the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number S 3 composed ed of XI afcpeacewlth afcpeacewlthtbeworld atpaaeew1ththeworld
theworld matrons whose servants atpeewftbj have havestayed havestalleel havestayed
stayed with them for two years or more moreand moreand moreand
and which IB known as the tbe German GermanHouse Gornian GornianHOUHi GermanI4
House HOUHi I4 usew1v wive e Society Sodet assembled mbMd in Tuxe Tuxedo Tuxedo Tuxado ¬
do Hall at Madison avenue and Fifty Fiftyninth Flttyninth Fiftyninth
ninth street to see their backstairs won wonders wondots WOI1dena ¬
dots have gold badges pinned on them themand themand themand
and to feed them ice f e cream coffee and andcakes andcakes I Icake
cakes There were thirtysix maids on ontba onthe
the list to receive the longservice long Iee badges badgesyesterday badgflQ badgesyesterday I
yesterday Q says the New Yftrk fOrk Y rk Sun Sua but butthree buttbrpo
I
three dWnt come because eC u their mistresses mistresseswere Jldstreeaesatralcl mistresseswars
were afraid the f girls ria would get their feet feetwet feetwet feetwet
wet wet
wetAs
As a cooperative society for the djs djsooamgement tVs00IIlI8IHB djs000zgement
ooamgement 00IIlI8IHB of of quitters the Gorman GormanHousewives G GermanIlOusewivei nnII nnIIHmww
Housewives Society seems to tove have Hell Helicon HellceM Hellcea ¬
con Home or Eagiewood N J soldered solderedto
to the third rail There was Rosa Hahn Hahnwho Halan1h Hahnwho
who 1h has 1 been the cook for Mrs M 1L Wdn Wdnberg Welnbwg IVelaberg
berg of S West Seventysixth street for formore tormore formore
more than ten years ye Rosa got her gold goldbadge goldbadp goldbadge
badge in n the he form of a bee Me ate the lunch luncheon luaebtoll luncheon ¬
eon provided faced the flashlight brigade brigadeand brlpdewent brigadewe
and went we back to tbe Wstaber Weinberg boon of ofher otown ofher
her own free will Also there was Lily LilyFreund LOyPrW1ld LilyFreund
Freund superintendent of the culinary culinarydapartment caltnarydepartment culinarydepartment
department belonging to Dr Willy Mey Meyer Meyer Meyas ¬
er the specialist of 700 Madison Ka lllcm avenue avenueand anaveaJMl avenueand
and she aft went nt back quietly to the Meyer Meyerhome Meyerhome qer
home after she bad received her badge badgeto I
to begin egtn Gln her ninth year of honorable ser service serYlce service ¬
vice YlceOne
One Wan nH to Be Married MarriedEmma lUarrlei lUarrleiEmma MarrIedrinma
Emma Rahmig RahJDI who has remained In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the employ pIoy of Dr Helen Lowenstein for forfour forfotu or orfOur
four and onehalf years year even though the thedoctor tIN4ocior thedoria
doctor does live In Morrtotown N J Jcame Jcame Jcame
came over to Manhattan to get her badge badgebut badebutdIdnt badgibut
but butdIdnt didnt go back Emma announced a afew afew afew
few days daysmarried ap that she is going to tomarried be bemarried
married Dr Lowenstein is unable 11 to toleave toleave toIeeve
leave her room room and so was not present presentThe JIeIeDtThe presentThe
The thirtythree thlrtyth mistresses who decided decMadto ecId8dto decidedto
to unlock the doom and accompany their theirmaids theirmaIc1t5 theirmaids
maids to the hall were a bit late In ar arriving lr orFiring ¬
riving r Cabs bad to be telephoned tor torcanopies torcanopies forcanopies
canopies stretched r from street doors to tothe totbe tothe
the cabs and carpets laid across a the wet wetsidewalks wetsldewalb wetsidewalks
sidewalks AH this took time Besides Besidesa
a few of the matrons couldnt find their theircooks tbe1reooka theirrooks
cooks goloshes right off the reel ree and andthere andthere I
there were also delays ttt some 80 houses housescaused housescaused H8 H8caused
caused by some inderltlnn on the t e part of ofthe ofthe I
the mistresses eM as to whether it would be bewise bewise
I
wise to permit the servants to go out in insuch Insucb Insuch
such weather weatherBat weatherB1It weatherBut
Bat when the thirtythree bad arrived arrivedaad arrtndaDd arrivedsaid
aDd each matron had found a white and andgold aIMI80kl andgoki
gold wicker chair for her particular maid maidtbe maWtbe maidthe
tbe matrons stood with flnrt grips on ORtbe ORtbecoat the thecoat thecoat
coat collars of their prises while the thep vice vicepresident vicepesident
president p Mrs vos vo > Briesen BriM of 1 But BastFortyseventh But1ort7 KsstFortyseventh
Fortyseventh 1ort7 th stra trea mounted the ak akgold da1ebees dais daisgold
gold bees in hand Along lon the sideline sidelinewas sidellamwas
t
was wa about sfarJo fet of table tabl ffllW with withfancy withtaaeT withfancycaksaullhIwezs
fancy fancycaksaullhIwezs fancycaksaullhIwezsThe cakes ea sotfl flowers MwwsTke flowersThe
The services were wer simple so that At no nocook DO DOCiOOk nocook
cook would be at alt fatigued Mrs von vonBriesen VOlaBrt vonBnleisu
Briesen Brt had a Mat of the timeservers timeserversand Ullt UlltDel timeserversand
and as a she reached each name the girl girlwalked girlwalked girlwalked
walked proudly to the dais and got her hergold hergold hergold
gold bee and a a few words of encourage encouragement encouragement encouragemont ¬
ment the tenor of which was TO TOhea For Forheavens Forheavens
heavens hea sake stick Marriage is a fail failure tallure fallore ¬
ure A rolling roII Dg stone gathers no pretty prettyLook prettTmGK prettymoss
moss Look before you leap Nothing Nothingsucceeds NoUaSaguceMds Nothingsucceeds
succeeds like a bird btrtlln hi the hand handXcrvoux haJIdNervous handNervous
Nervous Before FlashlightWIHm FlashlightWhen Flashlight FlashlightWhen
When all bad received their medals the thecamera theoamera theoamet
camera oamet squad iuad advanced in company for formation fCXJDtIeB formatloa ¬
mation JDtIeB but there tiler was a long halt before beforepermission beforeper beforepermission
permission per could be got te Ha line the girls girlsup rtaup ghlsP
up P and flash thorn thornLena tMMLeIIa themLen
Lena Len Is a very nervous girl protested protestedthe Protestedthe I Ithe I
the tall woman WO ULII with glasses and Im Imafraid rIAalraJcl Imafraid
afraid the flashlight gtat powder mfght t affect affecther afleet1Ier affecther
her seriously seriouslyMinnie serteuiyHMI emlevelyMinnie
HMI Minnie my maid Id insisted another anotherhousewife aJIOUMrIoUew1fe anotherhousewife
housewife tells nw she got bee feet wet iwrtgetting wetgetting t tIfittRf
getting out of the auto and I really cant canthave caatbaft canthave
have her standing IDg around in that condi condition cenditioti t ttton ¬ i
tion She must mu have some hot coffee be before before before ¬
fore fore forero
foreWeve
Weve ro e decided ded ed maam interrupted interruptedMinnie fnternpteclMbmle InterruptedMinnie
Minnie to have our pictures taken tak be before be before before ¬
fore we set down to eat eatThe eatTIM eatThe
The matrons fell back respectfully and andtbe alM1the andthe
the picture was taken takenWhile takenobt1e takenWhile
While the girls girt stood before the camera camerain cameraIn cameraIn
in a long line each housewife ran to the thelong theJoDI thelong
long table and secured a chair for her hermaid hermaid hermaid
maid One woman near the end of the thetable thetable thetable
table thought the nearest cake dish was wastoo wastoo 1
too far from her maids plate plat and at the
I
psychological moment moment moved OVed it along alon a apeg apeg
peg When she lte turned away from the thetable thetable thetable
table for a a moment a woman opposite oppositemoved oppoeltemoved oppositemoved
moved this cake dish and another over overin overin overin
in front of the h8 plate reserved by hen henWhan herWh h hWhen
When Wh n the girls sat down to the coffee coffoacakes co1Icocakes coffeecakes
cakes and ices however the cake dishes disheshad dJskeslad disheshad
had beon moved again againWhen ng1nWhen againWhen
When the pictures had been takon and andthe andthe andthe
the luncheon finished and employers had hadstripped hadstripped hadstripped
stripped the table of of flowers to pin thorn thornon thornon thornon
on employee mpley then Rosa Hahn theton thetonyearsonthojob tbetenY8llrsonthoJob thetenyearsonthejob
yearsonthojob girl consented to be in intenriewed Intervte1ed 1nterviewed
tenriewed tenriewedThey tervte1edTIley terviewedS
S They Run the House Right RlshtNever RhhtuN RightNever
uN Never ever mind the questions questionsIll Ill tell you youall youall
all y you u ought ougbttoknoW to know began begn Rosa Tm Tmtie Imtp
tie tp 1 cook Im the housekeeper too wHen wHenthe w wthe wl4n wl4nthe
the familys family away a ay and Im m a good ser servant serftJStdont sertentdont ¬
vant ftJStdont dont Interrupt me meIm Im a goed ser servant servant setvent ¬
vent vant I say I say so myself and other otherpeople otherpeonte8Y otherpeoplesay
people peonte8Y say so We W have three maids maid in inthe Inthe Inthe
the house that have been there for over overthree overt overtsree
three t ree years y ars and we own the hOUR be becauee beCJWM becanee
cauee we run runlt It right No I cant cat1t say sayIve sayrVft sayIvo
Ive ever had trouble there thereno no not ex exactly exaetly cxaeti ¬
actly aeti trouble said Rosa Rosa pensively pensivelyThore pen pensivelyThere tvelj tveljThere
There aint any children in the family familysfoa fam familyia y yh1
sfoa h1 thats that all you want to know I guess guessf guessAmeng a aAtneng
f Among the Mayors was Anna Meter Meierwho Mclerwho Meterwho
who has remained away up In Tremont Tremontwith Tremontwtth Treinontwith
with Mrs 0 Schmidt of 2929 Ryer ave avenue avenus avesue ¬
sue Augusta Augu ta Roomer has been a cook cookfbr cookfor cookor
for or Mrs Arnold of 366 2 East Sixtyfirst SixtyfirstsjLreet Sixtyfirstreet Sixtyfirstreet
sjLreet reet for C r sight years Minnie Gerke has hasbeen hasWeD hasbeen
been with Mrs A A B Frank of 48 East EastEightieth EastJE1catieth EastZightieth
Eightieth street 8tree for four years ye rs and Alice AliceH AliceCOwley AliceIf
H Cowley the beauty or the group has 1MsbeeD hasbeen nasbeen
been a maid maklln in the family of B Beinecke Beineckeup Belneckeup Belnockeup
up the Hudson for six years Alice Attcestaybytbenre AUeeataybJtbeftre Alicestaybythefire
staybytbenre sys Sl ys there are children in inthe Inthe Inthe
the house e but that they are almost almostalways almostalways t talways
always away awayAll awayAU awayAll
All the girls present yesterday terday have havekept hav havkept havekept
kept their jobs for mpro m re than two years yearsand years yearsaDd y rs rsand
and intimated that they intend to hold holdthem HIdthem boldthem
them They were bundled away with withmuch withmuch withmuch
much care car after the festivities festivitiesSOLVED festivitiesSOLVED estUIesSOLVED
SOLVED THE PROBLEM PROBLEMShy PROBLEMSlaT PROBLEMShy
Shy Suitor Made Inlen a Proposal Propo nl of lIar 3Iarrlnge lIarrlnge Marringe
rlnge Through Phonograph PhonographIn
Insm 1M Yeti yniths oRIoc oRIocIn OenpaaloeIn
In all the village of Fairview there was wasno wasJI8 wasno
no man Quite so shy as Jonas Gnas Brown As Asa Asa Asit
a child he became speechless with con confusion COI1fwloa confusion ¬
fusion when any ny one noticed him he hastumbled heubled heptued
stumbled ubled and stammered his way through throughthe throughwe throughthe
the gawky age and when he arrived at atyoung atYOUD atyoung
young manhood although he was popu popular popular popelar ¬
lar among his own sex the the sight of ofgirls t ttrls agirls
girls face would throw him into an anagony anagony
agony of t seifconectovjatMss eelCeo OIl8neliS He usually usuallytook usuallytpok usuallytpok
tpok to the other side of the road when whenhe wilenfie whenhe
he saw a a young woman approaching approachingBvery approacblngvwy approachingtvsry
Bvery one on wondered what would happen happenshould happenId happensisould
should Id JOnas fall lirlove hr love At Atl Atlsiigtk length gth that thatday t thatday t tday
day came cameArabella cam cameArabuila
Arabella camAraWIa Hawkins was an attractive attractivegirl attractiveKirl attractivegirl
girl from a a neighboring tgwn wn as pretty prettyas prettyshe
as she was talkative and id Jonas onas who whofirst whoAnt whofirst
first saw Yvr or at church was captivated captivatedby
by her charms A few days later he heastonished beMtoatshed heastonished
astonished all 11 Fairview by walking home homewith homewith housewith
with her and capped that performance performanceby performanceMeral
by several tentative tentaU evening calls But Butwhether Butwhether Butwhether
whether be strolled down flowery lanes Jaa or orsat 0t orsat
sat t with her on the porch in the Evening Eveningthe breisingthe eatn eatnU
the words he wanted vt to say say y seemed to tostick t tstick tostick
stick in t his throat throatCould throatCould throatCould
Could you youcould OUld < could you h De sLant stammered staaIJDer sLantmered ¬
mered JDer on one fit f these occAsions occAsionsCould sIoaLCoakI oecaslonCould
Could I what whatr sh she It ItCould queried queriedCould queriedCould
Could yon youeoukl could you y yengo uge go driving with withme witkme withme
me tomorrow tomorrowIt
It was not at all what he had 41 meant meantto meaatto meantto
to say but he vaguely felt that perhaps perhapsIn
In a buggy it would Wftldbe b be easier to ask tAB taamomentous tABmoenentows themomentous
momentous o quad wsitiOn R Yet even there therewocde t therewords ore
words 1 failed him himWHl bbnVUI WinWill
Will you youwin win you yn he began beganWitt begaaWin beganwill
Win I what 1 encouraged Arabella Arabellaagain ArabUaa Arabeflaagain
again very sweetly and nd patiently patientlyWilt paUentl7UWUI patiently9S1fl
UWUI Wilt yOu Jonas J seemed to smother smotherHwm smotherwill
Hwm will you UtiLke take a walk Dc with 1th me tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row rowS t tUConaInly
rowCertainly S Certainly said Arabella And so it itwent Itweat Itwent
went on Jonas Jonaswas was getting desperate desperateBetter desperateBetter e eBetter
Better hurry up Jonas his friends friendsurged friendsuQ friendsurged
urged uQ him hfIII Theres a afowIn fellow tel w in the town townwhere townwhere townwhere
where she lives wants wantS her just j t as much muchas muchYQlldQ muchas
as you YQlldQ YQlldQ0Ms dol dolJonas ao aoJonas
Jonas 0Ms groaned What was to be done doneHe doneEre donee
He e eoutt Tehoarse it ISI l right before he hesaw lieaw hesaw
saw her idr hthl bUt m hi her presence words failed failedMm fatledMIlL failedhim
Mm AM oa one night he lay thinking the thematter mematt thematter
matter < over and rose the next morning morningweary mornIftweary morningweary
weary yet triumphant trtumph nt He believed believedthat believedthat believedthat
that he bad solved the problem problemA
A few days later a crate arrived for forhim forhim forhim
him Looka as If it night be a a a type typewriter typewriter typewriter ¬
writer said the station agent Still as asJonas asJona
Jonas 10 was not ot given to literary pursuits pursuitsthis PU1i pursuitsthis C8 C8thi5
this guess seemed rather improbable improbableThat ImprobableThat ImprobableThat
That night Arabella was roused from fromsleep fromsleep fromsleep
sleep by a a voice beneath her window windowSlipping windowSU windowSlipping
Slipping SU on a kimono she leaned Ded out to tolisten tolisten tolisten
listen The tones of Jonas J oaas a bit more morenasal morenasal
nasal 1 than she had ever heard them themreached themreacbe4 themreached
reached her ear earI
1 love you the voice to the dark said MIdrapidly saidrapidly
I love you more than any y one OReIII onehi
m III the Lb worN I am sot worthy wertk of you I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know but Ill do everything I can to tomake tomake tomalts
make you happy Will you marry MlUT me meArabella me me1s
Arabella r rYes rI
Yes I will said Arabella and a few fewmomenta fewlater fewmoineots
momenta later Jonas trudged home with withhis withhts withhis
his phonograph pbo ocraph under er his arm armTve anaTv armTve
Tv Tve alTOajr a1wa beard it was wa a grand grandtidaL
thing and now w rm sure of it It he mist muttered JIIutteredo misttered ¬
tered
Too Rapid RapidROB RnpldPJooa RapidFes
ROB Peek PeekThe PThe PidThe
The Press Pr Agent AgantTaka Take It from me me old oldman oldman oldlion
man man our star has made some rapid rapidstrides rapidatrk1 rapidstrides
strides atrk1 in his profession during the past pastyar pastYfar postbr
yar yarThe YfarThe br brThe
The Dramatic Editor Edltoroh Oh I heard that thatstory L thatstory at atstory
story of his walking from Tonawanda to toBatavia toBatavia toBatavia
Batavia in ten hours and fifteen minutes minutesbut mlnulesbut minutesbut
but youll have to show me affidavits i
OPENING UP A1DHD A1DHDTask A AfflTDS AfflTDTask MIND MINDTask S
Task Begun by Teacher in inSontliern inSouthern inSouthern
Southern Institution InstitutionBLIND InstitutionBLTh InstitutionBLIND
BLIND BLTh J GIRLS BRAIN A BLANK BLANKEven B BAt BLAN BLANAt
t
At the Age ot Seven She ll Had d rscit rscitEven Jt JtEven
Even Learned to Use Arms and andLcgu andLegaTedlous andLegsTedlons
Lcgu LegaTedlous Tertians Work of Teaohing TeaohingHer Teaq Teagidugher lng lngl1er
Her to Walk Vlllknnd and Bat EatNow Now She Can CanHead OanRend CanRend
Rend and Use the Typewriter TypewriterThe TypewriterThe TypewriterThe
The case of elevenyearold Maud MawScott MagdScott MaudScott
Scott promises to rival that of Heefjt HeefjtKeller H HKtler HelduKeller
Keller in interact This cllM lM is said 8IlI te tebe 10the O Obe
be the only congeal cO c gUalfy tally blind and deaf deafperson depelllOn desfperson
person whose education has been under undertaken undfiltaktm undertaken ¬
taken taktmOne takenOne takenOne
One extraordinary part p rt of o the story storytJ Is Isthat lsthat
that tJ 1t > up to the time she was sevo even vlp i years yearsold yaarold ea eaold
old Maud Iwd Scott SC lt bad lived entirely fa facradle a acradle acradle
cradle made for her use Not a a thin t1Ib
had been done den to teach her the naenst metttMslnnltase
beginning slnnltase of normal noij exieteiMQ ne6
She did not know that she could sts stsor 8taor stand standor
or sit or walk When she was takjn tothe to tothe
the Institution for the Deaf and Damn Damnat DtIRIbft Dombat
at ft t Jackson Mies 1 even prominent edo edvceiers edocaters
caters tors pronounced the th ease hopeless hopeidseLike hopelessLike
Like Helen Keller Ke r little UUl Matfd Xa Soeit Soeitjpund fieottfound
found a teacher who was willing to de devote Ije Ijevote devote ¬
vote herself even to a a seemmgty aeemlu hopejaax hopejaaxtask hope1 hepajesstsk
task The teacher was Mrs 3 X X A A Bsi iod
kin j jThe 5 5The
kinThe
The first task undertaken vndertak say an the 2ttNr 2ttNrOrleans NwOrlns fw fwOr1ns
Orleans TimesDemocrat was wa te t teach teachher daher tenetsher
her the use of her lower i wer and upper limbs XmbsShe lM1iIShe limbsShe
She was lifted front the cradle Cl M aad beta betain IMWIn heldIn
in a standing posture and after days of ofpatient fJtpatient ofpatient
patient perseverance to tbe darkness dtrtatellSMauds of ofilaudg ofMaud5
ilaudg mind there came its first light MgfctShe JlgJatShe lightShe
She was taught that these legs and a feet feetwere f fwere feetwere
were to stand and walk on oat ad that the tbestanding tIIPstanding thestanding
standing posture po ture was proper and Ute tnecustom Utecustom theCUStOM
custom of other people p in the world worldTaught WK1dTnught WOtidTaught
Taught Use of Limbs LimbsIt LlmblJIt LimbsIt
It was then Meaed l to her h ntnd a lod ndtIIat that thatthe fr r rthe
the cradle she had occupied for feryears semen semenyears sesnayears
years was to be used in future only OtI y for forrest Orrest farrest
rest Tutoring the MtUe arms rm aad IMIwu nd beads teaflewas beadswas
was the next undertaking It was wasclear nun made madeclear da daclear
clear to Maud that her ana and aMwere fcaaois fcaaoiswere iitidswere
were given gi en her not merely Merel to be bein w > wed wedin vedIn
in darkness from fro a cradle A ball banplaced was wasplaced s splaced
placed in the hand Mauds fingers gees were werepressed werepressed werepremed
pressed about a out it itShe It ItShe ItShe
She was given the object to handle halldtec1Q halldtec1Qafter baadiedoyafter day dayafter
after day and Anally she became becameae becameaequafnted ac acquainted acquainted ¬
quainted with it She was familiar with withtbe withthe withthe
the shape and size and when it had one oneday eMday en enday
day been changed to one slightly hUy different differentin dl ereRt ereRtIn
in proportions the little girl noted ted the tnedifference tbedltrerence thedifference
difference in her facial expression expressionThis exreeelonThis expressionThis
This was the first evidence of the work workings w workings rk rkIngs ¬
ings of the mind of this benighted child childBefore dBeCore childBefore
Before this time Ume at intervals Maud had hadfelt M4felt hadfelt
felt her lips pressed open by some oval ovalpointed ovalpointed ovalpointed
pointed object and food was put late latamouth her hermouth liarmouth
mouth That was all she knew of sating ea3gShe 88i1II 88i1IIShe satingShe
She had no idea of the necessity of this thisprocess dIIIIprocess thisprocess
process and if certain tastes pleased bar bartitorekwas JteUterti hertherwa
titorekwas Uterti therwa was no method of comrnueieatiag comrnueieatiagthe
the fact fftt that they might be repeated repeetedIt repeetedItshe If Ifshe Ifshe
she might become hungry before serving servingtime senmgUme servingtime
time there was nothing to do bat wait waitLearning waULearning waitLearning
Learning to Bat BatMrs BatIrs EatMis
Mrs Irs Bodkin acquainted Maud with ifce ifceprocess tlMprOC6S6 the theProcess
process of feeding herself Almost for forendless ferendless forendless
endless days the pupil at table beside beefefcthe besidethe ee44I ee44Ithe
the teacher a spoon was proceed late her herhand HerbaDd herhand
hand the angers were closely cloHl pressed pressedabout K Kabout pressedabout
about it and a motion of conveying it itfrom Ittrom Itfrom
from platter to mouth was repeated repeatedThe repeatedThe repeatedThe
The mind finally grasped some som meaning meaatafof Jlleat Jlleatof
of all this She came to know kiViw that when whanshe wIt9Ilshe whenshe
she was seated at table and ana a a scope was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed in her hand there was before beforeH beforeH80methtng her hersomething hersomething
something to eat She began to know knowhow kIIo kIIobow knowhow
how to feed herself herselfWith herselfWith herselfWith
With these t ese things t III conveyed convey to Ute mind tntodof Miof mindof
of this little deaf d d f dumb and blind child eMWthe eidkIthe childthe
the next thing Mrs rs Bodkin undertook uader Mk was wasmeans waame wasS
S means ns of word communication between betweentut WWMRtutor betweentutor
tut tutor r and pupil The Braille method ef efconveying fillconvejing ofconveying
conveying ideas tnrongh the means of the thennger eitnger thefinger
finger tips in the palm of the hand was wasadopted wacadopted wasadopted
adopted the system that Helen Keller KeHerhad Kellerhad r rbad
had tried so effectively effectivelyHer ejfectlnl ejfectlnlHer effectivelyHer
Her little fingers had to be beInto pressed pressedinto preseedInto
into position an raanlte hU Iflhlnlt dte number of times tinessaid times5Id timessaid
said Mrs trs Bodkin before she ever er came eaateto osaeto cameto
to realize what it meant and that site sitecould sitecould e ecould
could by different tappings tappl of her fingers fingerson
on my palm indicate what was la her hermind 1Mrmind hermInd
mind mindToday mindToday mIndToday
Today Maud knows her alphabet and andhas IIIIIlbas mudhas
has a vocabulary of about SO ficIt wsrife wsrifechiefly nstdachIefly
chiefly cIt eny nouns noUDS and verbs verbsSentences verbsSORt9DCQS verbsSentences
Sentences conveyed to ber herby by hYUte the toaeH toaeHer t tor ta taor
or in simple language are readily wwiar wwiarsteod 1IIIIIIerstood nuderstood
stood She can make replies repliesAmbitions r rAmbitious repliesAmbitious
Ambitious to Write WriteShe WriteShe r1te r1teShe
She reads her lessons lesMQsbI lesMQsbImakos in Braille a amakes and andmakes
makes copies on a a typewriter She hat JMMnot JIIbInot hatnot
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BEAUTIFUL BERWYN BOOMING BOOMINGof BOOMINGSECOND BOOMINGECONDAUCTIO
SECOND ECONDAUCTIO AUCTION SALE SALEof SALEofLotsin
of ofLotsin ofLotsind Lots in inrK t tIi
I d > Ii BERWY BERWYBrkl E R W Y N
rK B Brkl jMli 9t on Ute HJglllands wf HP15 five fiv miles nor northeast tncast of Washington is reached without transfer by ths th Qfty and Sub SwbBafeai3
Bafeai3 1I9In Blrvyn PanWa aDwa Js Swfrf from mfiSSSSS tnerreuufY the Treasury ry bU building K tverl every half Jour hour and by the Baltimore and Ohio RalCwaf 1Ul1I asr v J belt f hr r
distinct SffiSSuKr residence now a floUrlsMng fiostrIshdzs town with churches schools stores and pretty homes the most ba be8 beautiful a Ufftl IIIt te f fOt < w a aFREE
suburb between Washington and Baltimore BaltimoreFREE BaltimoreFREE
FREE LUWCH LUNCHMU LUNCHMUSIC LUNCHMUSICLuncheon IVIUSIC IVIUSICLuncheon IC ICLuncheon
Luncheon including hot coffee will be served at 1230 oclock We Ve have secured Pistorios Concert Band Be e
ftYnM ginning with a e concert irn at F POurteontji urteenth and G streets and after arrival at Ber Berwyn JII the band will ssr enliven UN Si SiFREE CJIOCIIUiIR
at Intervals
e especlaliy pecl8Uy during luncheon with popular music musicFREE musicFREE
FREE EXCURSION EXCURSIONOur
wm 100ve on our special cars via ia the City and Suburban Electric Railway at the Treasury building Fifteenth and
G streets at II oalooka oclock a m and few minutes buUdlnfi
every thereafter Our last special car leaves at n i oclock The TheFREE
et sale bSh1s at 11at oGlock ran rain or shine and continues untll1230 until 1230 when we adjourn n half hour for lunchMn lunchMnVVednesday lunchonWedneIay
VVednesday Nov 7 1906 1906FREE
FREE LOT LOTFREE FREE GOLD GOLDIn
In consideration for the assistance asslstan < e rendered us by the th purchasers of property in our subdivision of Berwyn erwvn erwvnoar ad
for the services of resider ts of Berwyn and vinclnlty we will donate the choice or our lots t to any person son who may
be chosen y Ute persons pr prosent sent at our auction sale
The selection of the person to whom the lot will be donated is left wholly to the visitors attending att ndlng our sale saleTHE saleTHE saleTHE
THE GREAT SUCCESS SUCCESSS
or our first IlQ auction S sale of lots ha has attra attracted ted special interest among ° n nTHE purchasers Of real estate chiefly because
th they Y can buy lots for about onehalf the price they would have to pay for the same at private sale saleTHE saleTHE
THE LARGE ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCEAt
At l P our our last sale l6 W0ld1 W0ld1nave would have been increased by several hundred persons had it not been for the continuous rain rainpicnic
up to the morning of the sale Now IS your last chance to buy lots at your own price in the most beautiful most
desirable and prospectively the largest residence suburb ot Washington Ladles have a a speclallDltAUon special Invitation to join our
picnic in the charming woods w ds of Berwyn Hills HillsT H1llsGreater HillsGreater
Greater Washington Realty Corporation CorporationT
T H P A C S SI H IRWIX VANCE AXCE VAXCE AXCE IX Vice Secretary President President Pre ldcntnnd and Treasurer 611 61 1 C Colorado 0 r ora d 0 B Building 01 Id mg I Phone Ph one Main U main 4874 4814h
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