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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
Last Entertainment
Planned for Blind
Tlit last entertainments of the season
for the benefit of the blind wilt be given
at the Library of Congress this coming
week. '
On Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Mr. Marie Manning Gash will give a
selected reading. On Friday night at
8 o'clock a piano, song, and violin re
cltal will be given, participated In by
Miss Gertrude Bchwannecke, pianist;
Ml Florence M. Moack, soprano : Miss
Ulllon Mllovlch, violinist: Miss Estelle
Murray, soprano: accompanied by Es
telle T. Crlsmond.
Funds for U. D. C. Meeting
Letters were sent to members of the
Board of Trado today requesting con
tributions to the entertainment fund for
the convention of tho United Daughters
of the Confederacy, which meets In
Washington In Novomber. Tho Cham
ber of Commerce has contributed J250
to the fund. D. J. Callahan Is chair
man of the Joint committee on enter
tainment. New York Central Head
Operated on for Hernia
NFW YOrtK, June 22. With the ex
ception of his family s.nd a few Inti
mate frlnnds. few persons knew until
Inst night that ths reason W. C. Brown,
president of tha New York Central rail
road, has been nbscnt four days from
his desk In tho a rand Central Station
Is because he was operated on Monday
afternoon for hernia.
At Mr. Brown's homo today It was
paid tho patient was recovering faster
than had been expected.
Here's a Practical Way to
REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING
AND BUY A HOME
UNEQUALLED
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On Spring Road Cor. 1 4th St. N. W.
HEN buying a home you ought to think of the future as well as the present. You should
do this for two reasonns if you intend to live there always you should look to the
future of the neighborhood. You should also think of the future in case vou mitrht
to sell.
Property located real estate in Washington will always increase in value, just as the Nation
is bound to increase in prosperity, and a part of Jhis prosperity must necessarily redound to the
benefit of Washington, its Capital City.
There is no street in Washington whose residential real estate development has been so
remarkable as that of 14th Street. The valuation per foot of the ground in this section has
multiplied so rapidly in the last few years as to almost stagger belief.
From Park Road to Spring Road on 14th Street and streets running at right angles and
parallel to 14th Street is the virtual center of this great residential development. Right here, on
Spring Road, just around the corner from 14th Street are the homes of "Sunlight and Ventila
tion" a home value as out-of-the-ordinary as its location.
A feature of these homes that emphasizes the fact that the builders fulfilled their determi
nation to make them ideal in every respect is at once seen in the extra large front lawns.
The beauty of these lawns is emphasized by the fact that they are highly terraced, and the homes
approached by cement steps and walks.
The individual front porches are artistically adorned with second-story balconies. The
arches separating the parlor from the dining room and parlor from the hall are supported by
massive ornamental columns. There is a gas log fireplace surmounted by an ornamental man
tel in the parlor and another in the dining room. An artistic triple window in the dining room
produces a flood of light that makes the illumination of this side of the house as bright as
every other room.
The kitchen is as far superior to the average in this priced home as the other rooms we
have already mentioned and this holds equally true with the second-story bedrooms and bath
rooms, the entire second floor being laid in parquetry as well as the first floor. Go out to the
rear yard, and you will find a double back porch overlooking a good sized, well-sodded yard
surrounded by a green picket fence.
Hot water heat has its advocates. Likewise hot air heat. Realizing the difference of opin
ion of many people on the subject of heating the builders of these homes have installed both sys
tems and you may take your choice.
There Is Not Another Home Value Like This In All Washington.
Price $5,000 and $5,200
TVfmc I $500 Cash
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Have to
Pay Rent
Start now and pay what
you pay for rent, on a home
you can own a home that
will be yours for all time.
PRICE ONLY
$3,950
On Terms to Suit You
220-228 Thirteenth Street N. E.
OPPOSITE BEAUTIFUL LINCOLN PARK
Offer you an investment that is seldom equaled in the real estate field. These homes face a public park
and the view from the front porch is superb. This view can never be obstructed, as the park is a Gov
ernment reservation and no building is allowed.
These homes were built by T. D. Jett & Co. on the day-labor plan, a plan that insures perfect
construction throughout. All modern conveniences are included in these homes.
6 Large Rooms
Modern Tiled Bath
Wide Colonial Porches
Large Rear Yards
Hardwood floors; large double-deck rear porches; roomy kitchen; built-in refrigerator and all mod
em appliances; latest kitchen cabinet. Concrete cellar with hot-water heating plant and modern laundry.
Take Lincoln Park car, get off at Tennessee avenue and walk one block to 13th street.
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Owners and Builders on Property Daily-Sunday Till 9 P. M.
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homes have been sold and are being sold on this liberal
basis. It enables the remarkable privilege of living in
and enjoying the comforts and luxuries of a home of your
own while paying for it. And these payments have been
reduced to amounts smaller than such a home would rent
for. The fact that you do not pay more for these homes on
the SrfkNNON & LUCHS easy term plan is emphasized
by the further fact that the price is the same whether you
pay cash or not.
Here is the way the SHANNON & LUCHS way you
can become the owner of one of these
COLUMBIA
HEIGHTS
HOMES
Mrn of DlnttiK Itooin LuukitiK Tutturil the l'nrlur.
On Columbia Road at Sherman Ave.
Cash
PRICE
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The location nf thpsp homos is in the fashionable northwest, on Columbia Heights, and is but a few minutes' ride
to the center of the city by means of your choice of three double track car lines the best transit service in the city.
The homes are of pressed brick construction, reinforced with steel. Each one enjoys an individual front porch.
The interiors consist of a practical arrangement of six full rooms and perfectly appointed
bath. This interior arrangement is made with an idea to both the artistic and the convenient. 1 he
finish is of hardwood throughout and the entire home is equipped with all conveniences so necessary
to modern housekeeping, including gas and electric lighting attachments ornamented with beautiful
art fixtures, a modern heating plant in the brick and cement cellar, and a completely equipped
kitchen with cupboard, gas range, sink, etc. , . . .
This newest of all SHANNON & LUCHS home buying opportunities is duplicating the other
home buying success of this firm, although first announced for sale some time ago, only a very few
of the completed homes are for sale the others all having found eager purchasers. An immediate
inspection is necessary lest you should be too late to secure one of these homes ready for immedi
ate occupancy.
TO INSPECT Take any 11th Street car going north
west, get off at Columbia Road and walk one square east;
or any 34th Street car going northwest, get off at Columbia
Road and walk three squares east; or any Ninth Street car
going northwest, get off at Columbia Road and walk one
square west.
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