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THE WASHINGTON TIJIKS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1.1, 1912.
Descendants of Confederate
Veterans Prepare to
HOLDS FIVE MEN
IN DEATH -CASE
Evidence Against Quintet at
Hearing Is Only Circumstantial.
(Continued from Hist Page.)
of Virginia. Mr, Utyan will bo Intro
duced u.v Mr rrniik O. Odcnhemicr, o.'
llaltlmnrc, irt vice piexldeiit of the
17 I). (' The benediction will be pro
nounced by tlic Itcv. Dr. Hundolph Mc
Klm. , . .
Two past prefldcttts general of the
Daughters lit Id Intwmnl teccpllons lit
the Wlllard todn. The two ure Mrs.
Coinelln liranch Stone, of Texas, mid
Jlra. .an Ceorce llendetson, of Texas.
Mir Stone's life In relutei to
some Important Amcrlinn history.
She It u native of the Republic uf
le.van. tnd her futher wns n sul
tlier iiudi'i old Fam Houston at the
bMitle of San Jncliito, where Texas'
fietdum was uthlevcd hii.1 the mussucru
of the Alumn avenged, tetter, her
father, Kdwuid Thomas Jlrnnch, o u
member of two congifsscs of the re
public of Tcxns, mid n member of Its
supreme and district courts, being ap
pointed by liovemor Houston and Iji
luar. Mrs. Stone was president general
uf the I'nlted Daughters of the Con
fedetitcv seen vears alto, and has ht-cn
clialriuun of the committee tin des'gn of
the niouum'nt, the foundation of which
Is to be laid at Arlington tumor low
Willi Mrs 8c.hu ler today was Mrs.
.Milt i nun H) dney sulllyan, nrobably the
moil pintnlnent Southern Ionian living
in rstw win. tu, who is ruinous su
t tally for In r iiiniuigcmcnt of the chur
lt balls In New Vol It for the pnst four
Mrs H.ilsv McLnurln Stevens, uf
llrundon. Miss, who Is exp-rted to
be .1 eamllilale for the presidency
Kenernl next enr, also arrived tmln.
.xirs. Kicveiii is n uaimliter of the
lute Senator Mel. mil In mil tins often
lieen a Waslilt'Kton vMlor
Tke tlrst business piclluilnary to tho
convention was tinns.ifted tills uftci
noun when the cx'cctillve tommlttee hud
Its tiist sesMon Today delegates were
iPRUtfiliiB and recilvlug entertainment
tnrds under the supervision of the
cglstrntlon hurt an und the efficient
chairman of the tntel tuinnient com
mittee, Mrs IlciMilU- 11 llotock During
the morning Mrs Murtnn Hutler, prcsl
tlent of the Dlstilct division of tho r
1 C, and William .Irnnlngs llrjnn. the
orator at the torneistone laying, held
a tonferenee regarding details of the
ArlltiKton ptogntm. which Is In Mis Hut
lei's chnigc, nnd for which she has
woilied Indcfntlgahl) and successfully.
Elaborate Social Program.
The kii lal ptogiiim urrnnged for the
Daughters of the Confedetacv Is elabo
rate Most Prominent In the list of
incuts Is the gathcilng at the White
House Tliursil.iv afternoon when I'resl
drnt anil .Mrs Taft will gnet tho dele
gnus. The sot lal affulis bigln this evening,
when Miss Xunnle ltandolph lleth,
prcsUIiMit of the Southern Itellef So
'lety, piesents the dtlegatcs. other
.Southern Socltty inemsers and Colonial
Unities and Daltghteis of thu Revolution
to the general office rs of the U. D. C. at
tile I-lbrcvv of Congtess between S and
10. Other uveitis Include:
A tea In honor or officers of tho
Daughttrs of the Confederacy will he
Klvt-n at the New Wlllard Tuesday aft
ernoon from 5 to 7 o'clock by Mrs. Wil
liam Cumndng Stor, of the Daughters
of the American Revolution. Wcdncs
iluv noon, Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, preid-
tlent general of the Daughters of the
American Heolutlon, gives a luncheon
at Continental Hull.
Sirs. Marlon Hutler, president of the
District Division, It. D. C . gives a. din
ner Thursday evening tn honor of tho
New Willard Reception.
Wednesday evening the nutlonal of
ficers of the United Daughters of tho
Confederacy give a reception nt tho
New Wlllard, admission to which will
be by card or ticket of admission.
After the White House, gathering
Thursday, a largo number of prlvato
teas will be given for the visitors.
Notable among these will bo the ono
f riven by Mrs. Marlon lJutler, at her
lomo In II street. Mrs. Hutler will bo
assisted In rtcelvlng by tho general of
iIcpVs mid hv Mrs. Mugnus Thompson,
honorary president of the District of
i-niiimhin Division. U. D. C. Mrs. Drury
U. Ludlow, second vlco president of the
District U. D. C, also receives Thurs
day afternoon, together with Mrs. Short
Adams Willis, former librarian general
of the D. A. It., at a tea to tho Texas
delegation. This will be from i to G
o'clock. From 6 to 8, Mrs. l.udlow will
rnlvA tilth Mrs. Beniam n Mlcou,
daughter of Hilary A. Herbert, former
Secretary or tne navy, inn win"""
Dames Club also receives Thursday
Trip to Annapolis.
Friday the delegates go to Annapolis,
where Governor Qoldsborough. of Mary
land, gives a reception for them. The
Maryland division will entertain the
visitors at luncheon In Carvel Hall.
liYlduy evening two rtceptlons aro on
tho program. Camp 171, United Con
federate Veterans, will entertain at the
Confederate Homo In Vermont avenue,
and John Harrett, director of tho Pan
American Union ami a director of tho
Southern Society and the Southern
Commercial Congress, will receive the
tlelegattr ut the Pan American Union
hulldlng fiom 9 to 11 p. in.
On Saturday tho general officers and
visiting dih-gutes will leave by cars for
Mt Virnon ut 10 o'clock. Miss , Vir
ginia Griffith heads the Virginia com
mittee. On the return trip there will be
a stopuvet ut Alexandria, where tho
officers and delegates will bo enter
tained ut luncheon by the Seventeenth
Vliglnla lligliiient Chapter nnd the.
Mary i ustls I.te Chapter, of Alexandra
lug to come to Washington1 voluntarily
to he present nl the Inmiest tutlaj."
Deputy coroner White sad HitterflcM
ad died from lu'inorrh i(,c of tho nbilo
men. He nlsu received ravel nl bruises
nbout the head niul body, and had two
IS NOT VAUDEVILLE
Head Performer Says So, and
May Convinvc Court of His
Diplomats Fear States May
Begin War Between
(Continued from 1'lrst Page )
rcnllse Its grnvlly. hut showed little
Horn! for all five Is btlitg ni ranged
this afternoon, and It Is probable the
men will gain their liberty heroic night
fall. George W. Itay, (leoigitonn
banker nnd business man, will appeir
as bondimatt. It Is not known wheth
er thu bond fixed bv the Dlstilct Attor
ney's Ofllte jeateiilav will be Increase I
this afternoon In view of the action
taken by the coroner's Juiy. This will
make slight dlffcrtiue, uccoidlug to tl e
statement of Mr. Itav, who attended the
Jurors Inspect Automobile.
Before uny of the witnesses were
sworn the Jurors Inspected the auto
mobile In which the live Marylamlers,
arrested h) the police on suspicion of
fcnvlng some knowledge of Salter
field's death, admitted the rode from
Washington tu llughesvllln Frlilu)
night, pausing ritteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue about the time
tic paporhungcr was killed. The au
tomobile, a K-H-l-T touring enr, was
covered with mud, but showed no
signs of having been In u smash-up
or accident of all) kind Witnesses
stilted that the automobile that killed
Sattertleltl had the right lump bat
tered und broken
Ilugcne II Stobhe, uf 1373 Potomac
avenue southeast, an electiltal en
gineer, was the first witness. He
stutetl that he was on his way tu the
city from Handle Highlands shortly
before 11 o'clock I'rlday night, when
his attention wns attracted by nil
automobile containing live men going
east over the Pennsylvania avenue
bridge at a high rate of speed. The
right lamp'vvas burning vtry low, he
snlil. Continuing on across the
budge, he dlscove red the hotly or a
man lying In Pennsylvania avenue
near the comer of Fifteenth street
He turned the man uver anil found
that he was Injun d, nnd, although
unconscious, was still breathing
Saw Car Run Over Body.
With the alii or another citizen
Stobhe carried the Injured mull tu
the drugstore on the turner "Tin
automobile was going nt a rapid
rate," Hlobbe said "This, together
with tho fact that one of the lamps
cither, wns out, or burning low, led
me to believe that something wus
wrung before I found the man In the
The witness then stuttd that the ma
chine appeared to be tin old model Port!,
with the front purl of the body opt n
He said he did not set the faces of any
of the men In the inacliint, and tould
not Identify them.
Leonard White, of Hwi Jefferson
street, Georgetown, an elevator opera
tor, saw the machine when It pasted
over the man's hod.i, but was unable to
tell how tho ncUdfil occurred. "I wus
standing on the norch of a house neatly
opposite the accident," White silld, "and
noticed the automobile, nnd saw It
when it run over something In the road.
The machine did not stop, but continued
Its way act oss tho bridge. I ran out
to see what It was the automobile had
struck, and found the bodv of a man. '
He asslsteil stobbe In carr Ing the titan
Into the nearbv drug store. Ho suld
the machine was making nt least twenty-five
miles an hour It did not stop
after the accident, he said. ,ut disap
peared In the darkness ncrns the
bridge. The witness said he was unable
to Identify the occupants of the car. Ho
also thought the niuchlne was a 1'oid,
Denied Being In Accident.
There was no direct evidence that thu
five men arrested by the pollen were In
the automobile that run down and
killed Sutterfleld. None of the men took
the stand, but their statements were
brought out from witnesses who had
talked with them. Central Offlco Detec
tive Mullen stated that the officers had
receive Information that the party
hod been III Washington nnd returned
to Hughesvllle Friday night. He talked
with all of the men, he said, but they
denied having struck any one or having
been In an accident.
Smoot. the chauffeur, according to
tho detectives, said he broke the glass
on the right-hand lamp earlier In the
evening, but had It repaired beforo they
started for Hughesvllle.
"Smoot told mo they left the city
about 10:30 o'clock, and drove over the
Pennsylvania avenue brldgo to T, n ,
Bmnll villago near Washington. They
stopped at a dance, and remained there
until 3 o'clock In the morning," testi
fied Mullen. "All of tho men were will-
If Chillies M. Ktltly. tllvlner of the
mystic, table rappci, und genelul medi
um thitiugh whuni ilep.uleil souls cull
vetse tvlth those who still have I hell
being on eirth, can prove that his
pschytltnl demonstiatloii, held lit thu
Delasco Thrtattr last night, U not vau
deville he will be allowed tu plu us
long us Ik wants on Hunduv If he
lalli. to pmvc this he will have tu cIohd
the show ut will forfeit a bond uf JliW
and answer tu Judge Pugh uf the Dis
trict Police Court Tor the performance.
IMdy did not dtny today that he had
given the performance, but stated thut
he hud put out ailvrtUt'tiionts for tho
show three duys bcfuiu It was given
and thought Hint the police should
have Infoi nied him thut ho wus violat
ing the law. He said his nncsl and
tne nototlety gained thereby would
ruin Ids business nnd had forced him
tn cancel engagements In llaltlmoro.
The law prohibits the giving of per
foimnmes such as vaudeville on Sun
day. Prosecuting Attorney Schultz
listed Udd)'s show ns vaudeville. '
Judge Pugh stated that he thought
l'ddv should have Ircen told of tho vio
lation In the Hi st place and that he
thought that It wus entliety possible
that Kilily could prove Hint the show
wat not nutlevlllc. IM.Iy hud con
fessed tu a violation of the Invv, how-
(vii. mid Judge Pugh took Ills personal I
bund for J100 not to do so nguln.
IN CONVENTION HERE
Forty-four Ministers From Luth
eran Churches at Devo
The Eastern Conference, uf the llvun
gt Ileal Lutheran Snod of Mur!und is
tu session today nt the Kvaupellcal
Lutheran Churrh uf the ICplphuii).
Tne Hev. C. P. Wiles, pastor of Keller
Memutlul Church, tunducted tho devu
tlonnl exercises. Tho Itcv. P. A. Hell'
man, D. D., of Hnltlmorc, preached the
Ilefure the luncheon hour a number
of reports were rend There are III
the synod forty-four mlulsturs, thlrti
seven of whom are active pastors In
addition each pastorate Is entitled to
one lay ilelegute There are In nt
tintlante more than flftv d legates
The luncheon was at the Xorthumht r
land apartments tafe
This nf tt rnoon antl evenings ses
sion will be taken up In the discus
sion of various phases of work ton
necteil with the hurdle in the sv nod
ASK CITY'S CHIEFS
TO OPEN STREET
(Continued from Klrst Page.)
entered the Interests of Austria
'j'utkey have become Identical.
Turks Recapture Town.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 11. The
recupturo by the Turks of tho town of
Itodusto, which the Hulgarlans took
lust week, was officially claimed hern
Turkish warships first bombarded
the pott und then 3,000 Ottoman troops
landed und drove the Hulgurlans out
nt the point of the bayonet It was
ltodosto Is an Important port on the
Sea of Marmora about eirhty miles
due west of Constantinople. Its pos
session by the Turks la most Import
ant, since troops landed there from
Asia might attack the liulgarlan army.
Order Revenue Cutter
To Accept Instructions
From Minister Rockhill
Four United States warships will
represent this Government In the Mai
kans anil the Aegean sea.
Tho new rovonuo cutter Unalga
.was toduy stopped at Port Hald, at the
entrance to tho Suez, und ordered to
accept Instructions from Minister
Hockhlll. Whether orders to act un
der these Instructions really means to
prncccd forthwith to the scene of
hostilities. Government officials will
not make known. It Is well under
stood, however, that this Is a fact.
The Unalga was given secret ordeis
b tho Ilevenuc Cutter Service upon
rc'tucst of State Department officials
The Unalga Is not formidable as a
warship, but she Is us offenslvcl)
strong as many of the smull gun
boats She Is of steel construction,
ami carries four six-Inch rifles, suffi
cient to cope with an) thing but a
tlrst t lass warship,
With the giinhout Scorpion, the l'lt
ulga will be the only American light
ing ship In the waters adjacent to the
war territory, until the arrival of the
big cruisers Tennessee and Washing
ton. The Unalga will be held In reudl
ncss, It Is understood, to sail latu
uny harbor and rescue Amerlcutis
shuutd tho holy wnr on the part of
Infuriated Turks mutcrlallrc Kite Is
better suited for this work, perhaps,
than would be the greater warships,
whli'lt might II lid It nccessur) tu send
tunillng partlis tu i rfeet rescut
The Unalga Is the vessel thut was
laimthtil a few months ugu nl .New
port News, Va , In the present e nf
Secretar uf the Treasury MacVeagh
and other ufllcials, and with Miss
llllles, little dnitghter uf the then
Sccretno tu the President, as sponsor.
Hhe Is commanded b Cupt. Itlchurd
Crisp. Lieut Frank L Austin, a
Wiishlngtonlan, who, until the Unalga
sailed, was on duty at heudquurters
In this tllv as assistant tu the chief
uf pt rtuntifl. Is the navigating officer
of tin vessel, piloting her on her In
terrupted cruise to Alaska
views of the Panama canal, made byj
tho ssm operators who took tho movies
of the Durbar In India, will bo ex
hllilKil ltrar'Ailmtrnl Ohrslor will give
a talk tin the Panama canal. ,
President Taft .and'nlllcr prominent
persons will be present' and the benefit,
as an entertainment, w'lll bo made
Ordered to Hasten '
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov?. 11.;
Rear Admlrul Knight, In command of
the cruisers Montana and Tennessee,
recclvod oidcrs today from Washing
ton to proceed to Turkish water at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning for the
purpose of protecting American Inter
ests. The Montnna slipped Its cable
at 1:15 this uftcrnoon and anchored
In the middle of the Delaware, i ne
Tennessee did likewise at 2 o'clock.
Hear Admiral Knight, when asKcu
what) action he would take In case
the powers tootl a hand In the situ
ation ut Constantinople, replied:
i am going mere to protect Ameri
can Interests, and I .shall do so at
any cost. I expect to arrive' at Gi
braltar late on the 21t."
With the expectancy that the .war
ships will have to feed hundreds' of
American refugees, the Vessels arc
loaded with an extra supply of pro
Supreme "Court to Take
Recess; Few Decisions
The", (Supreme Court today an
nounced va recess from November 18 to.
December 2. This was the fourth "de
cision day" of the fall term, but the
court announced no opinions In th
Anthrnrlto trust arnd railroad rato
TO t'llllll A COI.H IN ni: nv
Taka MiXATSVK IlltOMO quinine TsbKti.
lmiMlt refund money If It falls t curt
K. W? OHOVB'H ltjnturo Is on each box. SSc
New Colonial Homes!
Picture Theater Case
Is Set for Next Week
Tho case of the management of the
Maryland Theater, a moving picture
concern, was brought before Judge
Mullowny, of the United Btates branch
of the District Police Court, today,
who on request of counsel, granted a
postponement for a Jury trial. The
case will probably come up within a
vv t ek.
The urrest of the moving picture
management was the result of the
trusade against made by the Wash
ington Truth Society and tho Y M.
C. A against the showing uf Indecent
picture films. The film which Is said
to be Indecent la In tho possession of
the police who will use It as evidence.
Do' not neglect your
health laxatives are nec
essary sometimes. Make sure
of the best then go ahead.
I Natural Laxative
by Physicians lor
RA If U njf
$300 Cash Balance Monthly I!
1221 B St. S. E., 6 rooms $4,500 H
1226 to 1232 Md. Ave. N. E., 6 rooms $4,500 H
1234 to 1238 Md. Ave. N. E., 8 rooms $4,975 jj
128 12th St. N. E., 8 rooms $5,500
247 9th St. N. E., 6 rooms $4,750 jj
915 and 917 D St. N. E., 6 rooms $4,250 B
337 10th St. N. E. (corner) $5,000 H
222 9th St. S. E., 8 rooms $4,750
618 Eye St. N. E., 6 rooms $3,750 ft
Open and Lighted Until 9 o'clock. U
COME OUT THIS EVENING.
n LI U Uf 1AL, W I U I rl (II
m ! m W W I V .! m. , W m
i 1314 F Street N. W. H
Hequest that Twcnt-llfth street
southeiiht l ppent'il fmm Q street to
l'vnns)lnnla Heime was prtst-nlid tu
the Couimlhtloners tod.i.v bv n totnmlt-
tl e rtples. Iltlllg the Italelli' lllglllstlflrt
citizens' Ahsuclulliin. consisting of Cut
Arthur H Handle, ffioigr V lllaktuev
.1 H Correll, and H K Snyder
The opening uf this tlioioughfarc. It
was stated, Is tlemandiil In view nf the
Intreaslng population and tniflli In this
section Culoni'l Handle asked also that
a board vvHlk be Inttaltid from the in
tersection of Thirtieth street and Penn
sylvania avenue tu the Handle lllgh-
lauds School, offetltig to pay the cost
of construction If provision fur his
recompense Is liuludcd In the Commis
sioners' extlmatts. In bad wtather he
said, the heultlt of ttu pupll-e Is endan
gered b btlng compelled tu walk
thitiugh a wet anil muddy street on
their way to school The fnninilsslnnerH
promised coni-ldcratlon tu the associa
American Red Cross
Plans Benefit for
Balkan War Fund
benefit for the Kalkan war fund
will be given at a Washington theater
on the afternoon of Thanksgiving Day
h the chanter of the Ainerltan Heil
Cms here The tlrst cinematograph
WHEN IN DOUBT BUY OF
1 1 COR. 7th EYE(I)5TREETS,N.W.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
i Signature of
Don't let your
cold run Into
you down more
than Grippe. In
effects are often
terioui and per
min.rl ft nn
naio. sure, ... . i
Ilrllublo, SSc. ' tola now,
"I louBd Dr Rult'i Courll Srnjp ft rood tern.
Hr I"' mvcughdueto heavy H llf.
ma C. Supl. 19 Mariy Ate. Hrovklva. N Y.
Send rorr AUDI r A.O.Meyer&Oo.
for HILt OAniri.t to H.Wmort, MJ
of a House
It's a Solitaire But Not Solitary
The last one remaining unsold in a group of homes near to the 500-acre park of the
Soldiers' Home. Beautiful in design, superbly equipped throughout, and reliably construct
ed. Situated in an environment that should surely and soon enhance its value. As a home
or as an Investment it is an unusual opportunity. Remember- it's the last one. Act now.
Small Cash Payment
$3,975 to $4,250
$27.50 to $32.50 Per Month
Gentle. Quick. Safe.
Inr ill condition! Sere pain la prominent!
head-ache!, neuralgia, acute or chronic!
r icunmiiMm tout, nervousness, inaomnli,
tain ppcullur tn women, etc
Sot i itimutant, intoxicant or habit ormr.
At All DniBcl.tn
Oc A Tfe I'.. Vc I. Co ft
Six large sunny room
Massive colonial front porch of selected
Double oak floors.
Expensive lighting fixtures.
Klcctrlo and us light.
Open fireplace with gas logs and special tile
facing ami heat ill
Special design mantel.
Colonial glass sliding doore
Beautiful and costly decorations.
Unusually large dining room with dome fix
ture. l'rfect kitchen covering more floor area
than an otdlnsrv dining room.
Cold-storage room with porcelaln-llned re
frigerator with outside ventilation and
not exposud to the sun.
Entire klichen and cold-storage room walls"
covered with genuine siinltas.
Detroit Jewel gas rango with porcelain drop
and pipe connections 10 carry on steam
and odors from cooking.
Tile sink with nickel spigots,
ripaclous kitchen dresser
LbhLJBOOT Has' m
hot water heater
American Itadiatnr Co
Qua water heuter.
Stone wash trays.
.Steel beum construction.
Fiout and rear iiitianocs to cellar.
Double rear porches.
Alley in rear.
3 electric lights and one gas light tn cellar.
Five large cellar windows und two sain
Tllu lloor and walls
Gluss towel bars
Toilet puuer holdeis
Ituor strop hook
Nickel glass und soap holdjrs
Hand made decorations on walls.
Uerulne birch doors
rntlnlsliud usable attic (for storage), ven
tilated bv two windows.
Picture molding In every rem.
Transoms over doors
HollMiU window shades.
Featuring Our Splendid Assortment
of Dining Room Furniture
Whatever we lend our attention to we specialize in. You may expect to find here the most com
plete assortment provided anywhere. But with its size is also the most careful and discriminating
selection. To lead means to excel in any phase of the problem of merchandising variety, quality,
price, and store-service. We are sure that we do and in no feature more thoroughly than Furniture
for the dining room.
A Perfectly Matched Suite in
Solid Oak China Closet
(Usactly as Illustrated)
This Mahogany lll'FFKT Is of
Colonial pattern most excellent
grnde of stock and construction.
The finish l dull and every line,
and cutve suggests the quality and
character It's one of the hand
somest plecis showing on our
ti.vj.tl us IllitM'utnl i
1 CI1INV CI.OSliT In tn t'v
act n-iitt.li In wood and vvotk
mansl.lp, In d"slgn nnd linlsli
flnest et hent plutc glaii ends
.mil iloor. st iiullng cm set oil
fet, supporting the heuv v pillows
The Buffet Is Worth $72, Special $54.00
The China Closet $62, Special $46.50
designed nil the simple, lutt et
fcctlv Colnnl.il lines Its lust
us si bstantlel ai It looks nnd
Is extra well finisher! The ends
ni.e ut Mitt glass, henvj plat
glass tloot . sw Intiii; from sub
stantial pill.us Hlghlv polish
ed. Worth $16.00
A Satisfactory Heater
C u n venlent
sue, utti ac
it this Heater
While It re
i u I r c s the
least fuel. It
gives tllu most
sti adv. even
heat It'll lteep
you vvuim ut
v cry i in a.1 1
Usually sold at
Book Cases of
p.ttt fiom the i unveil-
t 'tne and ptutectlon -
oil should consider the
J rotative leature In the
clution uf it HooV- Case
Itumeiiilier It Is u con-
Minimis pleie In the
uniii H furnishing Kverv
leMpn vie submit Is ot -
t tu n tal us well ns iino-
'I he one Illustrated Is
lisndMiuiii do it I tie-tint it
l.niikc.iHi io-lmh wide
made In genuine Qunt
t sawed Oult, ot tln-
.l-eil in the ilch llarly
I'.ngllsh 1, a t t 1 c it top
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To Inspect these homes take any 8th Mitel car, gut off ut I'urk load, and It Is but a moment's walk
(cast) to Wurdcr and Newton streets the location of tho piopertles, overlooking tho beautiful grounds of the
SHANNON & LUCHS
Look For Our Green and White Sign 713 14th St. N. W.
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