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^ COLOMBIA HEIGHTS
TO COST $100,00(
Expect to Complete Worl
On New Edifice Late
. Construction of the new $10#.0t
Columbia Heights Christian Churc
?0 Park road west of Fourteent
treet. started yesterday followin
ground breaking exercises Thursda
The structure, which Is to he bull
of red tapestry brick with stuccc
lit expected to be completed by lat
fhJl. The new church will have
seating capacity of approximatel
SSO Frank Warner, contractor. 1
directing the work.
Impressive cereraqpies marked th
ground breaking exercises. Th
services. conducted bythe pastor, th
Rev. Edward B. xBagby. were at
tended by the congregation an
guests. The principal address ws
delivered by the Rev. Preston J
Cave, pastor qt the H Street Chrli
tian Church. Addresses were als
made by Mrs. Harry W Melville, o
the "History of the Church" and b
Andrew Wilson on "Plans of th
Church." Music was given by th
church orchestra under leadershl
of W. B. Bock. Miss Myda Tuckei
Tho^e participating in the break
ing of ground were Mrs. Mildred C
Shinn. James L Wilmeth, Arthur C
Rldgeway, William Foley. Arthu
Horn Mrs. Wisdom D. Brown, J. H
Bangs. C. W. Smith. Mrs. J. Vi
France and Mrs Doris Wlllard.
The building committee consist
of Daniel S. Shook, chairman; J. H
Bangs, secretary; Andrew Wilsor
Harry W. Melville, Henry F. Har
mon and William B. Payne.
IN FULL OPERATOR
Materia] Prices Have Decline*
20% Under Those of a
WINNIPEG. Manitoba. July 15.Building
operations are in ful
swing in Canada. Material price
have dropped steadily since the flrs
of the year. With each new prici
slump has come a flood of buildinj
and engineering contracts. Toda:
material prices are 20 per cent un
der those of a year ago.
Three thousand residences havi
been constructed in the last flv<
months at a cost of $11,000,000. I
large number of these are in th<
rich agricultural districts of West
ern Canada. The figures do not in
elude expenditures for constructloi
of hundreds of granaries, live
stock sheds, silos and other farn
buildings that have sprung up 01
the prairies. Last year's bumpe
crops choked housing facilities an<
with the first <trop of materia
prices farmers began building op
Construction activities are equall]
pronounced In the cities. 400 busl
ness buildings, nineteen lndustria
plants and 143 big engineerini
projects having been started In th?
last five months. In May building
and engineering contracts amounted
to I25.859.&0Q. an increase of 23 pel
cent over the orec^dinr month.
Virginia G. O. P.
Of Col. Anderson
RICHMOND, Va., July 15. Re.
publicans here express great satis<
(action over the nomination of Col
Henry W Anderson, of this cltv. foi
the governorship, at the Republican
State convention in Norfolk yesterday.
The rest of the ticket is regarded
*s strong?state Senator John H
Hassinger, Abingdon, for lieutenant
governor; Harry K. Wolcott. Norfolk.
for attorney general; J. W
Flannagan. Radford, for State treasurer;
T. X. Parsons. Grayson county,
for secretary of the Commonwealth;
Gilbert Twigg. Farquier county, fot
State corporation commissioner; Jacob
S. Haldeman. Shenandoah county,
for commissioner of agriculture
and Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis Otey
Lynchburg, for superintendent ol
The threat of negro delegates, whe
were refused seats In the convention.
t? hold a 'regular" Republican
convention in Richmond on Laboi
day. September 5. is not regarded
The demand of the convention for
reduction of State taxes and economy
and efficiency in government,
meets with approval of party adherents.
By Mayor; Militia Asked
/ ONCORD. N. H.. July 14?The
Berlin Mills of the International
Paper Company will reopen within
the next ten days in spite of the
strike which closed them up.
Officials of the company have
requested Gov. Brown to send State
troops to Berlin immediately, following
notice from Mayor EH King,
f Bertin. that he would refuse to
grant police protection either to
the company's property or to
strikebreakers, if the latter were
Imported. Mayor King stated that
he would take every legal means to
keep strikebreakers out of the city,
claiming his step must b? taken "to
remove cause for trouble and riot
in our city."
The next move is Qov. Brown's,
who must decide wlwther he has
any legal right to order troops to
any city before a riot has actually
Fifty School Girls Will
Be Given Outing on Farm
ROCKVTLLE, Md., July IS.?As a
r?** 'or Proficiency In club work,
meluding canning, sewing, etc.,
n.fk!?* p*"t ?chool year, fifty
eirl" ot Montgomery
Tv Georges counties, twen*
,rom ?ach county, will be
?phBHn on ,he
Pike / ?" tha Rockvi lie
? yf/J, e beginning July
Misses Catherine pnwa.ii .
Ellen T r>?J.- I. Cowsell and
agents tnr ?>. . home economics
agents Tor the two counties win
Unu'a'S ?,*/ BrM,"y w'" pTUllE
?,m "ng^, "d ?
their dispose' ^ p,*ced ?
) Rolandi Ricci
, Back Today
Italian Ambassador Returning
By EVELYN C. HUNT.
' The Ambassador of Italy, Rolapdl
Ricci acompanied by Ml? ata#. Will
t return to Washington this ?omlng
} after an absence oC several, weeks.
* Gen. John Pershing/ Chief of
a staff. U. S. A., was host at luncheon
y yesterday in honor of OSn. Badogllo,
t former Chief of 8taff of ths Italian
army. Luneheon was served at
* ths Metropolitan Club, and the
. quests included Cot. Biclllani. aide
. to Gen. Badogtio; the military at.
tache of the Italian Embassy. Msrd
quis dl Bernesso; the assistant mli
Itary attache. Capt: Huntington;,
. Maj Gen. James G. Harbord. Col.
Fox Cortnor. Col. Jbbn McA. Palmer.
0 Col. Merwyn C. BuckSy and Maj.
_ John G. Quekenmeyer.
" Gen. Badopflio. acocmpanled by Ms
m aide. Col. SIcillanI; Col. Burkey and
? Capt. Huntington, went yesterday
* afternoon to Annapolis to Ylslt the
" Naval Academy. Thlj morning a
" special drill will be held for the
general at Fort Myer. and tomorrow
f afternoon he will go to Baltimore.
accompanied by Col. Sicilian!, and
J. will give a lecture there at 4 o'clock.
!' The Minister of Nicaragua and
Mme. do Chamorro. accompanied by
their niece. Senorita Enrique*, and
* the secretary of the legation, Senor
L Zavala, left for New York yester'*
dsy to spend the week-end.
Dr. Carlos Adolfo Urueta. Minister
of Colombia. Is entertaining Dr.
Ellzalde. Minister of Ecuador, at
his cottage at Spring Lake.
I Capt. land Mrs. R. R. Glen, who
are In 'Washington, plan to make
their stay here of about six weeks*
duration, sailing for England on the
Aqultania about August 17.
Robert P. Skinner, consul general
at London, and Mrs. Skinner, who
hae been at their home In Ohio for
about a month, will go to Maine this
week for a stay there.
- i The Bishop of Bogota is visiting
1 in Washington.
* George N. Poulleff will spend the
e week-end st Narragansett Pier with
' Mme. Poulleff. who Is sepnding the
f summer with her parents. Mr. and
* Mrs. Snowden Samuels. Mme. Poulleff
Is plarning a trip abroad later
? in the summer.
^ Brig. Gen. and Mrs. C. P Townsley
9 have closed their house at 2005 O ,
- street and have gone for the sum
mer to Vineyard Haven. Mass.
I - Charles Nigel, of St. Louis, st one ,
t time a member of President Roosei
velt's Cabinet, is in Washington for
r a few days, stopping at the Shore)
Mr and Mrs. Charles J. Bell entertained
Informally at dinner last
r pvenlng at their home. Twin Oaks
- There were fourteen guests.
f Senator and Mrs. Arthur Capper
y left yesterday for Rarltan. N. J..
I where they will be the guests of
I Senator snd Mrs. Joseph S Frelingr
I huysen over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Parmalee
; have closed their home In Chevy
: f'hase anH gone to Waco. Texas, to
live, as Mr. Parmalee hss entered
WOTFD PAIWTFR VIMTI1VG
I FT CAPITAL CITY.
1 Seymour Stone, the noted portrait
painter, who passed the spring In
Chicago. Is at the Powhatan Hotel
[ for a few days. He Is now residing
in New York, where he has a
1 Mrs. William F. Davis hss returned
to her home. 2915 Fourteenth
street, after a pleasant visit to
Rufus W. Pearson and his daugh.
ter. Miss Wanda, have gone for a
' vacation at Piney Point, Md.
Edwin S. Booth, of Montana, was
1 WILL ATTEND 1
Daughter of Capt. Eugene Silva, c;
team which played recently in W
one of five children will attend thi
season. _ *
I MRS. CHARLeI
I Wife of Representative ChH
sworn in the first of the week as I
solicitor of the Department of the
^ Interior, succeeding Charles P. Ma baffle.
solicitor under the former
I Mrs. James McDonald and her I
son. Arthur Bradley Campbell. left
^ vesterday to spend the week-end at I
Hmiu AM) ill. nn;n WALLiCi I
utun v. I\ \\ 4HHIKGTON.
I Former United States Ambassa- I
Idor and Mrs. Hugh Wallace arrived I
In Washington yesterday from New
York. where they arrived on Wed- H
^wiesdav from France on board the
Olympic. They will spend fi few I
days in Washington and then so I
^Br>n to Tacoma for several months' I
I Miss Marguerite L.uckett. of I
^ Washington. and Henry Charles
^Bcirebe. of Chicago. were married on I
^ Monday afternoon. July 11. at 5 I
^Bo'clork at the Church of the Incar nation.
the ceremony being per- I
^wormed by the Rev. William Taylor
^ Snyder. The bride was attended by I
little Charlotte MeCaig fJalbraith.
^Aousin of the bride, as the flower I
^ girl. Miss Luckett was prettily at- 1
tired in Canton crepe, with hat to
^ match. and carried a large bouquet I
of bride roses. The couple left im^Brr.ediately
after the ceremony for a I
^ cruise on the Great I^akes on their
yacht. "The Sunbeam." After Sep
leutber 1 they w ill make their home
in Chicago. H
I Mrs. Mildrvtt Van Arnum. who H
^Bwent to New York in April, can- I
^Broiled " her passage abroad and
^Bjoined a party at l^ake Placid, in I
the Adirondacks. returning to New
vork July 1 asid to Washington I
July 12. In September she will re
turn to New York. *
William H. Johnston, president
Hof the International Association of I
Machinists, will be the guest of the
penguins at dinner on Thursday I
evening, July 21. Mr. Johnston will I
^Kiscuss the situation in Europe as
^Ke found It on his recent trip.
I Little Ilsley. the young daughter
BSCHOQL HERE 11
I 1' * t
Hptain of the Cuban crack polo
^kshington. Miss Silva who is
Visitation Convent here next
^ ffig^?|3> , jjjm
S C. KEARNS.
arles C. Kearns, of Ohio.
of Mm. William A. Randall, of the
Burlington Hotel, who is attracting
much attention this week at the
Oarrlck Theater, is among the
group of Washlngtonlans who are
taking part in the performance of ,
"Way Down East ' Miss Margaret |
Crosson, Sears Taylor and Addison
Smith are among others well known '
In Washington, who are in the cast |
Little Usley played the leading ,
part in the movie. "Our Pour-footed
Friends,' produced by the Humane '
Society, and will be remembered as
the leader of the Humane Society 1
parade in which she was accom- !
panled By Laddie Boy. President
Harding's famous Alrdale. <
Howard M. Rice is at the Ambas- I
sador Hotel, New York. 1
The Attorney General, Harry M.
Daugherty. and Mrs. C. C. Calhoun. I
president of the Drama League and, i
president of the Woman's National, (
Foundation, are among those who ,
will have boxes at the special performance
of "The Penalty." the
dramatic sketch by Oliver Hoyem.
of the National Committee on Prisons
and Prison Labor, which will be
presented Sunday evening. July 17,
at Shubert-Garrick Theater by the 1
Oarrlck Players. The rest of the '
^udince will consist of members of '
Congress and especially invited <
cuests of the National Committee. '
Hefore the curtain goes up for the I
Play. Douglass Dumbrllle. one of the (
Garrlck Players, will sing "Danny
Deever." Miss Beulah Chambers I
will accompany him at the piano, i
Miss Anna Williams, a leader In
the younger smart set of Round i
Hill. Va.. is the guest of Mr. and |
Mrs. R. H. Bagby. at their residence, I
1614 Riggs place. I
Farmers' Concern Saves
Thousands for Members
ROCKyiLLE. Md.. July 15.?'The
Montgomery County Farm Bureau
Supply Company, subsidiary to'the
Montgomery County Farm Bureau,
has contracted, through its pur*
chasing agent. Clarence H. Hoi- '
kinson. to buy 2.500 tons of fertiliser
for use of Farm Bureau members, 1
who will save from $4 to $7 a ton.
according to the grade, or a total of
aboijt $12,500. ]
The Farm Bureau, which has occupied
a room In the courthouse. 1
las rented rooms on the first flaor
?f the old Corcoran Hotel, near the 1
center of Rockvllle. and will transfer
headquarters there the first af
Dog Taxes Are Due.
ROCKVILLE, Md., July 15.?The I
yunty commissioners have given 1
lotice that dog taxes are now due ]
ind have designated the following 1
o collect the same: Laytonsville i
llstrict, S. Merle Haines; Clarks?>! *
It *" H w?tkljis, Poolea- 1
Mile. Thomas R. Hall; Rockvllle. ,
-larence E. Anders; Colesvllte,
,harles E. Lechllder; Darnestown, I
Fohn A. Hall; Bethesda. W. LeRoy
dodgers: Olney. Charles E. Benson; .
Saithershurg, William M. Mobley I
iarnesville. Thomas R. Hall- Da- I
nascus. James Haller Watkins- I
Wheaton. Hugh F. ODonnell ami 1
- A. Cutshaw. 1
COOLEST SPOT IT*
SWEPT BY NATl
SAMUEL J. ST
MluEAouUe Moore WW
Marry Theodore X*.
NSW YORK, July 11.?The Greenwich
smart act will turn out ?n
masse tomorrow afternoon ' for the
marriage In Chrlat Church of Miss
B. Louise Moore, daughter of Robert
K. Moore, of thla city, and Theodore
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Earl Steven#
have gone to Ooldenrod from
Southampton, where they were the
guests of Mra. Henry Aaher Robbine
at Aaher Houae. They will
vlelt T. L. Hoi brook Betta at Ooldenrod.
Alexander D. B. Pratt will arrive
at Southampton tomorrow to be the
BUMt of Mr. and Mra. Dallae Bache
Sailing for Europe tomorrow on
the Olympic will be Mra. Rlcharf
Btevena and -Mlea Dorothy Stevena.
Mlea Annie R. Jenkins, f*rof. and
Mra. H. Fairfield Osborn and Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wataon Webb, i
who have been passing several I
months abroad, will sail for New |
York Sunday, and on their arrival
will go to Syosset. Long Island, for \
the aummer. '
Mrs. Forsyth Wickes. who re- |
turned this week from an extended
sojourn ' abroad, has joined Mr.
Wickes and the Misses Wickes at
Mra. William K. .Vanderbllt and I
her daughter*, the Misses Consuelo i
and Muriel Vanderbllt. have ar- i
rived at Southampton, and are occupying
"Windymere Cottage" for
Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes will arrive
from London tomorrow, and
will go to her camp near Paul
Smith's in the Adirondacks.
Minimum Meat Price
Urged in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. July 15?C^pnstd- 1
erable agitation is devolopln* with- ,
in the Argentine congress In favor
Df fixing a minimum price on meat
to be exported from this country aa (
i means of protecting the cattle in- ,
Deputy Palma accuses the Ameri- j
jan packing houses of controlling
the Argentine meat industry, which
s *2 per cent of the world's supply.
declaring that the Swift Argen- ,
tine Company paid a dividend of 0
per cent last year, and that other
concerns cleared as high as 90 per
Heads of American packing establishments
here deny Palma's accusations.
and say that their divl- |
Sends are not and have not been
ibove normal. j
Bricklayer Stricken Dead.
ROOKVILL.E. Md.. July !? ?
While at work yesterday afternoon
an the addition now being built to
the Georgetown College Preparatory
School, near Garrett Park, this
county. Joshua Whaley. 42 year
old. a bricklayer, of 738 Third street
northwest. Washington, was either ,
overcome by the heat or stricken
with heart disease and died twenty
minutes later. He was married, but
lid not live with hla wife, it la un
ierstood. He leaves no children. I1
The funeral will take place at 11
j'clock tomorrow morning at Pumphreys
Chapel, here, burtar to be
In Wilmington. Del, his former
(Unlft* otherwise specified. all Lie follow
log applicants are from this cityj
Clarence Jackson. 24. and Lillian Brooks.
19. The R-*. T. G. Smyth
Raymond C. Kidd. 81. and Minnie M. Box.
27. The Rer. K. Wlllley.
John P. Seott. 29. and Eathrya Elliott. ;
JO. The Rev C. G Chappell
Mlhran Beferian. 82. and J*rrponhle Erfcelatllan
SO The ReT. H. A. Tupper.
Aulit A. Reed. 21. and Clara N. Toms, 30. I
The ReT. J. H. Jeffries.
Roy M By an eke r. 21. and Margaret E. .
Reed. The Re*. J. H. Jeffries.
Pedro Paul. 28. and Mary E. Fits. 22. The
Rev. T. A. Walsh.
John D. Torrey. Jr., 28. and Mary B.
McClelland. 22. of Wilmington. DeL The
tier. F. W. Johnson.
James T. Kdwards. 21. and Beatrice J.
Elansen, 19. The Rer. 4. F. Eckentode.
Carmine P. Nasta. 22. and Alra C. Clomei.
E2. The Rot W. J Brooks
Hngh H. Bennett. 40. and betty T. Brown.
H. The Rev. J. H Nelms
Joseph A. Hamilton. 28. of Leoaardtown.
k!d., and Eleanor F. Brown. 23. of La Plata,
Id. The Re*, i. H. Kckenrode.
William T Welsh 21. of Capitol Heights.
Md.. and Edna M. Chaney. 19. of Maryland
Park. Md Ihe Ret. J. K Brlggs.
Leon R. Wood, 21. and E. I^eolla Leo, It.
?cth of aBltimore. Md. The Iter. A. Sayle*.
Charles N. Black, jr., 22. snd Delphi* M.
tfartla. 28. The Rer 8 T. Nicholas.
Hunter Sans bury, 24, of Ballaa. Md.. and
iary More land, 22. The Rev. 4. U. Jeffries
'.'I"" 1 t'HUi I
It H Stoat IL V. 0?i* SMia IM
will prevail on our vast assemblage of
GIDDING FASHIONS for *11 manner
of day and evening wear beginning
Stovo ciowd today
Broadway Delicatessen Store
^ Why Cook This Hot Weather?
C ETnythk| CaokoJ?Beat Oily
-? Potato Salad Vefetakle Salad
V Cole Slav,
w* Routed Baked Freak Han
jjj Routed Baked Saoked Ham
Roasted Rib of Beef
OQ Boiled Smoked Skorider
H Mae-Made Mayauaiae. 2* Jar
^1 Coekcd Cakhafe Lf?aiaa PoUUca
g** Baked Apple*. Paddmc
^ HMt-Hait Cera Nifiu, 20c Daaea
3 50c?Cherry Piaa (with plenty of ckania*)
ft 40c?Lena Piaa (made with freak icaaeaa)
I 40c Apple Piaa (frtsk applet
^1 Hiw-Maie Bbcub, 20c Deaaa
^ Hama Ma da (tela, 23c Deaaa
Q Home-Made Sweet Mixed Pickle*, 25c Peaad (eae piat)
714 K St N. W.
Opea 7 A. M. te 7 P. M. Qaaad Seaday
Come Oat Saturday aad Saaday jjj
i Avenue Heights
[igh Prices!" These homes and lots wilt be offered for sale
i in this beautiful subdivision, one-half block west of Wisconsin
Economically subdivided into 06 very desirable building sites;
feet on macadamized streets; Fcssenden St. I jo feet wide.
WATER, CITY GAS, ELECTRICITY AVAILABLE
- TO EARLY BUYERS
io% tci cash buyers of lots, and a further discount of 5% to
EASY TERMS | OWN YOUR HOME
the D. C Land and Building Company to?
TELY BUILD 5 HOMES
ice $5950 and Up
?ry and Bungalow typ?^ containing 5, 6 and 8 rooms, with
U be pleased to motor you out to inspect the property.
lR-BRODT & CO.
NEW YORK AVE.
ok for Ow Red Arrow Sifn" Phone M. 51W.
D C. WATER FRONT If
Reports Space Reduced
By Unsystematic Arrangement.
No city la tha world has m unsightly
and Impracticable ft wftter |
front exlati along " Waahlagton
channel of tbo Potomac River
according to ft report of tho District
wharf eommlttoo issued yaa-1
terday for tha Aacftl year ending]
June It. lilt.
Tha report further etatee that
the existing arrangement of the
wharvea and sllpa reducea. to a I
great extant, apaca that would bel
available If tha watar front had
he en developed ayatematlcally. I
Order* tiding RmmtN. ~
Aa tha raault of an Inapactlon
made recently by Commlaaloner
Jamea P. Oyatar. It waa found that
thara are several ufcelghtly buildings
which can bo ramovad. Com-1
mlaaloner Oyatar ordered tha re-1
moval of one of tha buildings and
pointed out several others which he
thought ahould be demolished as I
oon aa tha laaaes upon them ex-1
plre. The Commlaalonar la planning
another Inapactlon tour to|
complete the survey.
At present the following companies
are operating ataamera from]
wharves along the Washington!
channel: Norfolk and Washington
Rteamboat Company, paaaenger and
freight service; Maryland. Delaware
and Virginia Railroad Com-1
pany. paaaenger and freight:
Waahlngton Colonial Beach Com-1
pany and the Mount Vernon and
Marshall Hall Steamboat Company I
Rewtal Yields (1P.118.
Annual rental from the nineteen
propertiea along the water front,
inclualve of tha Georgetown channel
and the Anacostla River,
amounts to tlt.llg.
IRISH FMEXDS HERE I
SEE PEACE C0M1NG\
Enthusiastic confidence in tha results
of the peace parley between I
De Valera and Lloyd George characterised
addreaaea at the meeting
of the Abraham Lincoln Council.
American Aaaoclatlon for the Rec-I
ognition of the Irlah Republic!
Thursday evening at 1401 K street
northwest. Early In the evening the I
pouncil aetit the following telegram
lo de Valera in London:
"May you secure a just aettlement. I
the only pledge of world peace Representative
Roy Pltxgerald. of
Ohio. Henry Deamond. of Virginia:
Capt. J. Walter Mitchell and Theo(okes
Theoe, a local Greek leader . ?
addressed the audience of SOD or _
more, including delegations from
Alexandria and from Walter Reed ?
Hospital, the latter delegation unler
the direction of Sergt. J J Curren.
Mrs. Virginia Coiner Dies.
CHARI.OTTE8VILLE. Va., July 15.
?Mr*. Virginia Coiner, wife of Preston
B. Coiner, died yesterday at a I
local hospital, from which Instltu-1
tlon she graduated as a trained
nurse several yeara ago. The bodv
has been taken to Pishervllte. Va..
where the funeral will be held at
Tinkling Spring Church, before her
marriage Mrs. Coiner was Miss Virginia
Mora", daughter of W. u. Moran.
formerly of this city, but more
recently of Augrusta County. Ia addition
to parents, husband and
Infant, she leaves the following
brothers and sisters: Dr. W. G
Moran. jr.. of Norton. Va.: Kenneth
Moran. of Churchville: Mrs. Edward
P. Price, of Baltimore, and Misses
Ruth and Naomi Moran. of Augusta
Mrs. Rothenposs Leaves
Estate to Daughters
Mrs Elizabeth B Rothengoss.
widow of the late Vincent Rothengoss.
leaves her entire estate. In
eluding the home at 1414 H street
northwest, to four of her children.
Catherine Hogartv. Margaret Rothengoas.
Gertrude McVeary and Anna
Rothengoss. according to the will
tiled for probate yesterday. A sot., ?
Anthony Kothengosa. Is left but IS. |
|| Cone Out Sataniay and Sudiy
Our motto: "Down With H
II with the smallest possible margin
|| Ave. ear line, at Fessenden St.
40 to 100 feet front; over 2.000
I CITY SEWER, CITY
We will give a discount of
those who will build within 60 1
BUY A LOT
We have been authorized by
These homes will be two-stc
all modern conveniences. We wi
Phone M. 5199. "Lo