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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1913.
Municipal. Court Bill
Tho Senate District Committee lifts
made an adverse report to the Senate
on the bill to reorganize the Munlclp.il
Court of the Dlatilct.
This bill was lately Introduced by
Senator Brown. It would havo In
creased the jurisdiction of tho Municipal
Court from $100 to 500. and Increaned
tho existing concurrent Jurisdiction of
the Municipal Court with the Supreme
Court from $D00 to $.',000. A common law
Jury trial In the Municipal Court was
also provided for.
Eagles Here Plan Big
A campaign Is to be Inaugurated by
Washington Aerle. No. 125. Fraternal
Order of Hades, to build the membct
shlp tip to 2.000. In an effort to put ap-
S Mention within the reach of every
ody, the Initiation fee was greatly re
duced, the nick benefits Increased, and
three physicians Instructed to give free
medical service to members and their
At a meeting of the acrlo last night
this campaign was decided upon, and
the board of governors announced that
J3.O0O would be spent In renovating the
acrle homo Jn K street northwest.
Another Week Should Find
These "High View" Homes
TO BE DISCUSSED
'Magdalena Bay Case "to
Open Wayfor Airing of
U 9 q 9 'V p
When the reply of the President to
ithe Lodge resolution Is received In tho
Senate, In executive session. It Is ex
pected to lead to a wide range of dis
cussion that will cover the miiyjeet of
the Monroo doctrine, relations with
Mexico and Japan and In general tho
broad phases' of affairs In tho Pacific
Itheajer as they affect the United
' Despite tjie fact somo members of
Senate and House lnslit on sneering at
the Lodge resolution as designed to pro
mote the cause of the greater navy, tho
fact remains that It has been many a
day since s6 much Interest was stirred
tin nhnllt (hn Pnnltnl in an IntornnHnnnl
' matter as there has been .lbout tho
Magdalena bay case. The efforts of
Japanese to get a footing on Magdalena
bay, If they arc true, hae an obvious
Importance In connection with our re
lations with Mexico, and liken Ise with
1 the future of the Panama Canal.
Important phases of tho matter arc
' so numerous that the Sennte cannot
Mgnoro It, and, now that public attention
, Is directed to it, It Is expected Senators
will feel Impelled to thresh It over
pretty thoroughly. Tho upshot of tho
I whole business, It now appears certain,
will bo onco more to emphasize our nd
1 hcrenco to tho Monioc doctrine In Its
Increasingly complicated phases.
According to Marquis SalonJI, the
Oriental Steamship Company has ob
I talned of Its own accord certain fishing
1 rights from the Mexican government on
i the west coast of Mexico. Tho region
'covered, the premier sajs, has no rela
tion to MagYdalcnu, buj.
Tho Japanese emba-ssv declined to
i mako comment on tho cabled statement
of Prime Minister- SalonJI, of Japan, on
tho' subject of Magdalena Bay. Othqr
than the contract with tho Oriental
Whaling Company giving It tlshfng
rights within Mexican waters from To
pic tp Oaxaca, tho embassy knows of
nothing that could give riso to tho story
that Japan Is seeking territorial pos
sessions In Mexico.
"It is possible that this contiaet,
signed October !7, J9H, gives tho fishing
company light to land for drying nets
or unloading fish." It was stated at tho
embassy, "although the actual details
of tho contract are not familiar to us."
Tho Oriental Whaling' Company, to
which the contract for fishing rights
was transferred after having flrtt been
Required bu the Oriental Steamship
Company, Is n largo corporation of lec
ognlzed staridtng in Japan. Its capital
and personnel are not known at tho
embasB'l. but It was stated that the
corporation was well-known and influen
tial commercially in Japan.
Dally Mats., AH Scats, 10c Evenings, lOc and 20c
The Home of Qualify Shows
9 i v
In ir force
Triumphal tetum Engagement
Draw 6 Campbell
Show Never Stops i3t"V?r,.uM
$26.92 Per Month
(which pays directly on the home, including all interest.)
ONLY two weeks ago we first publicly announced the "High View" homes we il
lustrate, for sale. At that time we predicted that their sale would be rapid
and urged home seekers to see them before too late to become the owner of
While announced for sale two weeks ago, you will recall that last Sunday-a-week
was one of the stormiest Sundays Washington had seen for a long time, so we have
really had one week's actual selling opportunity and 11 of the 21 (over half) already
At This Rate
They Should All Be Sold
This Coming" Week
In sore throat and chest colds
nothing is so good as
It is a clean, pleasant ointment which
combines the virtues of camphorated
oil'and the mustard plaster without the
mussiness of either. Increases expec
toration and loosens tight breathing in
a night., Never blisters.
Mustarated Campholine is splendid in
headache 'and neuralgia, too relief -almost
Good drug shops sell Mustarated Cam
pholine the best antiphlogistic.
25 cents the jar.
which also means your last cfiance for a long time to come, to buy a "High" View"
home ready for immediate occupancy. As we have told you week after week since the
beginning of the development of "High View" home seekers have bought these homes
faster than the builders could construct them and maintain the same high standard of
excellence throughout the construction and finish that is required of every home sold by
SHANNON & LUCHS.
This means that the time is very limit ed in which you have an .opportunity to
secure a "High View" home ready for immediate occupancy the moment you make
your first cash payment limited to a few days only possibly within one day's time,
for, while selling 1 1 of these homes in one day would break all real estate selling rec
ords, these "High View" homes have already broken all other real estate records for
value at the price, easy terms, etc., in addition to the number and rapidity of the sales
made to date.
$3,300 is a low price to pay for such a home as these at "High View." $26.92
per month constitutes remarkably easy payment terms.
Remember "High View" homes consist of six spacious rooms and bath, situated in
one of the best residential sections and hij, nest eleyations in the city. Is it any wonder
they sell so rapidly. The picture above gives you a faint idea of the artistic appear
ance of exteriors. The interiors make good the impression you get ixom the outside.
They are equipped with every necessary modem convenience. They are situated on
high terraced front lawns and approached by means of cement steps and walks. Each
home has a good back yard front and bac k porches. Each of these homes enjoys a
three-story front effect. Only a few minu tes car ride to the city's business and shop
ping center. They also enjoy the advantages of two car lines, one one square to the
east and the other one square to the west of the "High View" homes. .
There Is No Time to Lose
Inspect Not Later Than Tomorrow
TO INSPECT Take any G street car marked "Brookland" or "North" Capitol and
W streets," get off at Rhode Island avenue and walk one square east.
H an Direct luiportntlon of M
I Trench wines I
H H I'tnt pclrt't ntork In M
HJ the country HJ
J 909 Seventh Street J
HELP WANTED "ADS"
In Tho Washington Times
appeal to the alert,' lutein
cent men and women lha:
make the best
The owners have under course of construction more of tucse homes. It
will be sccrnl monttm before they are completed.
If you haven't tho necessary 1200 llrst payment to put Into one of the
homes now ready for Immediate occupancy, you can have us rcsene one of
the next lot for you by arranging to make ua small monthly payments.
In this way, by the time the homes are ready for occupancy, you will have
saeo enough to make the first pajment. After that all jou need pay
Is $26.92 per month, which applies directly on the home, Including all Interest.
Shannon & Luchs
713 14th Street N.'W.
"Look for Our Green and White Sign"
8X5 10th St. N. W.