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THE WASHINGTON TIJIKS, TUESDAY, NOVEMKEK 12, 1912.
AT ADI Kill
Thousands Bow Before Stars
and Stripes and Stars
(Continue t from 1'lrst Iagc.)
countrj In nddressInK Itself to the genial
tak of stimulating the onco estranged
cectlons to honornblo rivalry In advanc
ing the art of pence. In thin throbbing
heait of tho nation's political life the
monument whose cornerstone we lay to
day ulll stand ns u visible proof of tho
harmony and concord that niaku our
"On the summit of the Andes, where
.Argentina and Chile meet, tho represen
tatives of tho two countries hao placed
a bronzo statue of Christ, It Is an
heroic figure and represents tho I'rlnco
of Pacific, one hand holding aloft the
cross, the other stretched forth as If
Invoking a benediction. Around It are
the stiun-clad peaks of that lofty inoun
tain range It embodies a sublime sen
tlment, and the monument Is, In Itself.
a pledge of perpetual peace between
the nations So let this monument hei
emblematic of our nation's unit) of
aim and purpose. Ktnndlng on tho line
that onco separated two unfriendly sec
tions It becomes a bond of unity, and,
JiuaUiIng the spirit of Him who laid
the foundations of un universal brothel -hood.
It IU be to tho country a. prom
ise of never-ending good will."
Colonel Hilary A. Herbert also made
an add ret-3 this afternoon, speaking
brlelly of the htstor of the movement
to bring the dead Confederates' bodies
here and then to mark their graves by
u suitable memorial. In concluding he
"Speaking for iuself and my sus
vlvln comrades we thank the noble
body of women who have made sure the
iioblu monument that H soon to rise on
this spot. We tliunk the Olver of all
good that He has bounteously length
iiuil our Huh that we might bihold
this gluilous day,'
t a meeting of the Arlington com
mittee In the New WlllUrd today It
wns announced that there Is now on
hand JAi.tiW of the SoO.U'O necessary to
build th- monument. The sum of JS Wi
has been raised In the car pdst. of
which Vln,liili gave the largest sum,
JI,iV Mrs. Thomas S. llocock made re
puit to this iflCCt.
it poll will lie given the executlvo
lonimlttn b Mis .N' I). ItuhdolDli on
the tuiiillrnblltlv and advlsablllt) of
usilslliig ik nl and HI Confederate
women In thill homes lather than in an
institution. Mist Andiuvv Jackson Mon
tague, wife of the foimei governor of
lrgliila, will iiibc that the United
Duughtcis take over the conduct of tho
fond dt lute Home In Richmond, which,
thanks to tho efforts of Mrs Montague
and otbeis, has been given a laige en
dowment IIxi rcles at Arlington this nftt moon
began with the plajlng of some famous
tlnie-halUmed Southern melodies by
tho Fifteenth United Stales Cavalry
Hand Thin the lllshop of Virginia, the
ltt. Itev. Itobcrt A. Gibson gavo tho
Invocation Wallace htreator read the
list of the articles placed In the box
.under the cornerstone, one of these
til tides being tho Stars and Stilp.
Col Hilary A. Herbert, master of
ceremonies of the daj, and former Sec
retary of the Navs, laid the corner
stone. A cornet solo, Sir Arthur Hul
llvuna "Lost Chord," was next on tho
program, and after that came tho ud
dress of 'William Jennings Ilrjan, who
was introduced by Mrs. Frank Q. Oden
helmer, of llaltlmore, vice president of
the United Daughters of tho Con
federacy. "My Country. 'TIs of Thee" will be
sung by tho thousands present, and tho
llev. Dr. Ilandolph II. McKIm will pro
nounce tho benediction. The strains of
"Tho Star-Spangled Ilanner" will bring
the ceremonies to a close.
Tonight at 8.30 o'clock, at Continental
Hall, tho nineteenth annual convention
of the Daughters will formally be called
to order by Mrs, Marlon Butler, presi
dent or tho District of Columbia divis
ion. Tho IU. Hov. Alfred Harding,
bishop of Washington, will give tho In
vocation, and two musical number wilt
Mrs. Butler will then give a brief
address of wclcomo on behalf of the
District Daughters of tho Confederacy.
Cuno Rudolph, president of the Board
of commissioners of the District, also
will extend a welcome to tho delegates.
President Tuft's address of welcome
follows tho remarks of Commissioner
Rudolph. Mrs. Norma McCliuig, of Mis
sissippi, will make response.
Tho ovcnlng program ends with tho pre-
sentatlon of a Confederate flag to the
Daughters given by Orrcn Randolph
Smith, of North Caiollna. Tho presen
tation will be officially made by Mrs.
1'annle Hanson Williams.
A brilliant social event unofficially
ushered In the convention week last
evening at tho Library of Congress
wl.en Miss Nannie Randolph Heth, pres
ident of the Southern Relief Society,
presented to the national officers of the
United Daughters of tho Confederacy a
throng of Daughters of the Confederacy,
Colonial Dames, Daughters of the
American Revolution, and members of
the United Confederate Veterans.
Famous Daughter Here
HffiwpsK v $wf '
M A. m
s fsmr . . . - iVv iafafj
Witness Declares He Saw
Caruso Stab Policeman in
AT C. E.
Commoner to Close Annual
Conventoin of Organization.
-I'hfit 1 lit Muck
MRS. MARY CAMPBELL.
U. 0. C. DELEGATE
KNEW CAPITAL IN
Kentucky Woman Here for
Convention Finds Wash
ington Much Changed.
Mrs Miuv Campbell, of Hoiiklnsvllle
K.. is visiting Washington In cause of
the Diughteis of the Conftdi racv' con
vention, but It Is by no means her first
visit to the National Capital Mrs.
Campbell villi d Washington long beforo
many of its prtsent icsldcnts were
born. Sho it n dnughtcr of the Faulk
ner fnmllv of Kentucky, nnd her fatlur
was sent as ambassador to Prance by
President Huchnnan. Her brother Is the
former West Virginia Senator
Mrs Campbell, who Is a cousin of
Mrs Rosalie II Ilocock, of this city, a.
prominent Daughter of the C'onfedirac),
said today that the Natlonnl Capital is
growing out of her recollection of It-
"Tho old Wlllnrcl hotel had m.mv
memories and nisoclutions for mi,"
said Mrs. Campbell half muurnfullv.
"it was not as beautiful and complete
a hotel as this one we are In now, but
It scmed good enough and grand
enough In tho dujs long gone by. And
It sheltered som famous men.
"No, you don't want my picture I
nm too old, don't vou think, for such
Assuied that she was not too oil
liv nnv means. Mrs. Campbell at
length "consented to the Importunities
of a Times representative Mrs Vli-
glnla 1 autKner aicrtnui-ry, mrnier
presldent general of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, Is a
sister of Mrs. Campbell.
MRS. WILSON IS
BALEM, Mass, Nov 12 District At
torney Attwill planned 11 rigid ciuss
examination uf Joseph Caruso in
cused of being it pilmlpul In the
killing of Annie l.opl.:ii at I.uwieiice,
last winter, whin the IMtiir-illoviin-
nlttl-Carusu trial resuiiitrd
Judge Uulnn lutlus
Thomas Kunada, of t'levi land, Ohio.
formerly of Lawrence, who swore he
saw Caruso Btub Policeman Benolt
Just before Annlo I.oplzo was killed
nt Union and Ksscx streets probably
will be recalled later today as a wit
ness for the dofenso. Defense attor
neys suld today that probably within
a week they will rest
Attorney Mahoney stated that Jos
eph i:ttor would follow Caruso on the
witness stand today.
"No, I don't belong to the I W. W.
now, but I will when I go out," was
Caruso's optimistic reply today to one
of District Attorney Attwlll's ques
tions In cross-examination
Caruso testified that he first learn
ed of the murder when he was In the
Italian postofllco nnd Officer Marshall
came In looking for the dead woman s
relatives Attn 111 tnen nrougni out,
that Cnruso failed to mention tho
shooting to his wife, who was wait
ing for him outside. ... .
When Utwlll asked Cnruso If he bad
ever seen I-a Court, the detective who
ii.atirie.1 Hint he met Caruso on nu
merous occasions nnd that Caruso ad
mitted stabbing llenolt.
"Just as true as there Is a )urv here
and a (lod above, I nevir saw him,"
Caruso nsserted vehemently, his hand
high above his hi ail
Caruso admitted that he was fined t'-'i
In 1110 for carrying a loaded revolver.
"It wasn't loaded, though," he assert
ed. Peru and Chile Will
Resume Old Friendship
Diplomatic relations will soon be re-
stahllslied between Peru nnd Chile, ac
cording to Information received by the
State Dtpaitment, and the prei 1st
terms of the dispute over the I'liivlncu
of Tuna rlci will be settled
T'11 ipithtlon Involves the possession
of teriltorv rontnlnlng rich nitrate bids
Twtntv ve ais ngu tlu countries 1 iikhl,. d
in war ns a tesult of tin ipipuli ind
their anger has rutuln d must of tliat
time to cool Pnsldint Illlllnghiirst,
tlie new president of V ru Is un good
terms with tin Chilian, and It is
thought that bis Inlltn nCe since be was
made txcctitlvi Is rt sponsible lor blink
ing to an did the old feud
BRYAN ORATOR AT
LAYING OF. STONE
William Jennings 111 an will speak tn
the Christian Kndenvor Union tomnnow
light In the first Congregational
Church Ills etihjtct will be "Th" .Mak
ing of a .Man "
Mr Ilrvjn, hi his address, will bilng
before ' to a close tin annnil couviiitlnn of the
111I011, which convrniil late jeslenluv
afternoon at St Paul's Ungllsh Lu
theran Church. Other public meetings
of the convention will be held In the
Plrst Congregational Church, where to
night at 7:50 o'rloek a special song and
praises service will be held
Two largo choirs wilt sing. One will
be from the Christian Hndeavor Union
of tho city and the other from picked
voices of tho choirs of the Methodist
Protestant churches. W K llraltha
wulte, superintendent of tho music de
partment of the local unions here, will
bn In charge of one choir and tho Rev.
K J. Stone will be In charge of the one
from the churches.
This afternoon at 6 o'elouk tho union
officers will hold a conference In room
7.10 Bond building, presided over by
William snaw, ot Iioston, general see
retary of the Union Society of Chris
tian Undeavor. who Is hero as one uf
tho guests of tho convention At 1:li
at least 100 undcavorurs will gtvo a din
ner In a downtown cafe.
New Hospital Building Formally
Started With Address by
Wllllnm Jennings llrjan was the chief
orutoi vestcrda) at tho Injlng or the
eennei ctono of Robinson Hall, the new
wing of the Sibley Memorial llospllal
'hose who expected Mr llrjan to
Inline h Into polities In his speech were
disappointed, foi the Nebrnskan's re
marks were distinctly religious In char
acter, us he spoke of the good whien
one should do In this world nnd Ih5
burdens one should nirry
Mr lire an took for his theme the
I parable of the server, Matlievv XIII
nml tliimeil t lint the Idea. 'The llght-
rous shall shine tike, tho sun." wns ex
emplified In Just such deeds ns tliei
building of Robinson llnll and tho Sib
ley Memorial Hospital. He said tint',
the world Is coming to understand that
Christ plae'e.s moro stress on the Indi
vidual's attitude to his fellow -man than
upon his outwaid preparations foi 1)1
Wllllnm Wilder, president of th hos
pital, spoke brlelly and In tho same
vein as had Mr Ilrynii Mrs Oeorg"
(). Robinson, or Detroit, Mich.. In whose
knlin, thn nniv lilltl.ll II IT IVI1H IISintMl. llf
"" V ' . . .,. -...II..M ...
ter a short speeen ieu cue mi'iii.
the building, where with approprlalt
creinoliles. the eorneistnne wis Intel
The benediction was pronounced by the
Rev John W. It HuiiiwhII. Music was
furnished by Tan ill's Hand
Yale-Prlnccton Football Game, Prince
ton. November 16. , Hper'nl Train via
Pennsylvania Railroad leaves llroad
til. Ttatlon. Philadelphia, 10.10 A M..
ronneetlng with regular tlitln leaving
Washington 7 00 A. M November 18
Returning after game from Middle Hta
t .,11 Pilne-cton. connecting In llroad
ut Hint on witn
egulai train for
At the White House
Engineer Commissioner Judson cnll
ed at, tho Executive offices today to
make an appointment to see Presl ent
Tuft tomorrow. It Is possible that tho
Knglneer Commissioner will discuss
with the President tho matter of ap
pointments, tho termie of two of the
Commies oners cTplilng next Jniiuiity
It Is expected that President Tart
will leaiiiHiliit f ommlssloiicrs Jobusto 1
and Rudolph on Junuary 21, leaving
their contli mating to the Kenate This
will place the burden of clmng'ng or
refusing the appointment upon the
Kenatu and the Incoming President.
The Hiookland Brotherhood will hold
Its annual election of officers terlght In
Loiel .Memorial Hall, Twelfth nnd New
ton streets, llrookland. At the meeting
icimrtH will be read by the present of
ficers, After the election and Imta.la
lion of officers, the annual banquet will
Motorist Flees After
Wrecking Man's Wagon
Kfforts are being made by the police
today to leirn the Identity of a motorist
who struck a wagon driven b Henry
Hnnrakcr, of Wisconsin avenue .mil
Pierce Mill load, last night, and (lieu
fled afti r the accident.
Ilanraker had drawn the horses up tn
the curb at Connecticut avenui mar
Albermarle street llei was u piling
tn git out of tho Mhlele, when an a utn
innblle. ilrlven at 11 high rale of sf-ud.
c.ime along and struck the side of I Ian
rake r's wagon He was thrown n'lt but
I ot Injured nnd the vehicle badlv d 1111
ngiil Putting em more speed tin
motorist rrociedetl on out I'onnei lie it
avenue The number of the automobile
as observed bv H.inraker, proved to be
a dead' nuinbe r.
Why Be a Rent Payer
When It Is Just as Easy to
Become a Home Owner
in purchasing a home the Shannon and Luchs Easy Way your monthly
payments will he no greater than rent, nor will the purchase price be more
than if you paid all cash in advance.
A small cash payment as an assurance of your good intent and small
monthly payments thereafter enable you to acquire all the prestige of owner
ship with its immediate financial returns.
The Shannon and Luchs Easy Way will put you into a home of your
own or enables you to buy one as an investment while your tenant makes
the payments for you.
The three groups listed herewith are located in strictly high-class resi
dential sections, and each represents, at the prices asked, the greatest value
that can be put into property of such up-to-date design, sturdy construction
and modern conveniences.
Turkeys Cost More.
CIIICAHO, III Nov 1: A. cording to
the South Watir stieet e ommlsslou
miieh.ints the Than). sglv lug tuikei tb s
vmr Is llkelvtii tost the hmielf,' irom
'i in .' tints a pound or mure than
double tin rt vullllih plbes of a dtiaile
THE FIRST GRAY HAIR SIGN OF AGE.
DON'T LOOK J)LHEF0RE YOUR TIME
Easy Way to Preserve Natural Color of the Hair and
Make It Grow.
Wife of President-Elect Made
Honorary President of South
LONG JAIL TERM
Sentenced for Eighteen Months
on Three Counts for
The season opened for Jo -riding
chauffers today In the District Pollcu
Couit, when Judgo Pugh gavo Walter
Oreen the limit on all charges for an
aggregate of eighteen months In Jail.
Green took tho automobile belonging to
John A llauev Saturday night, and In
tin couiee of his Jollification rnn over
a one-liggid biggin and fallid to stop
to Inquire bow Imdlj he was hurt
Mi llamj slid ho turned tho machines
over to the chauffer to t.ikct to the
guiage at ' o'clock Instead of going
to the guiage linen went tiding At 10
o clock he was bowling along New Yoik
iiumir with no thought of trouble and
lan ovei the cripple When he s nv
w hat he bad done ho put on all speed
lie was anested cttterelav on tho
c bulges uf stiallng an automobile, ce 1
lldlng with the tiggar, and iixciedlng
the spe 'd limit On tho first chdio he
was glwn six months Hat and on the
other two he was fined HO nnd ninety
davs In each nisc
The honorary presidency of the Wom
en's Auxlllnry of the Southern Com
merclal Congress has been accepted by
Mrs. Woodrow W Uson, wife of tho Prcs.
ldent-olect of the United States.
Mrs Wilson is a native of Georgia
and accepted the position last month
The Hrst conference of the women of
tho Bourn win do neiu in aiuowe, jiia .
when tho fifth annual convention of the
Southern Commercial Congress Is held
Dr. Clarence J. Owens, managing di
rector of the Congress, esterday an
nounced tho appointment of Mrs. Wado
Hampton, daughter-in-law of Gen. Wade
Hampton, of South Carolina, as general
Red Cross Treasurer
Collects $1,347 Here
II. S. Uceslde, treasurer of tho local
chapter of tho Ited Cross, has re
ceived l,3t7 In contributions to tho
Balkun war fund.
The contributor are Truxton Itenle,
1500: Mrs. Thomas Walsh, $J0O. W. J.
Hoardman, 10O, MrB Clara 8 llav,
JlOO; I. X. Hvcrett, (!: -John J. Kother
mel, 12, J. I tiiennan, $1, Mabel T.
Hoardman. I3i John C. lloyd, $50, Mis
It, H. McKIm, JS; Miss Mary K. Wil
liams. SB. Gist Hlalr, S., Ilrlg Gen
Theodore Hchwan. S10, Mrs T. 1 Itay
ard S10, Miss Dorothea 1" Sherman,
12. 'Prcderlck II. Brooke. S100; J II.
Hew son. S100: Mrs nmllle A Pitch,
JJ6; Admiral W II. Brownson, S.3. the
Minister of the Netherlands and Mrs
Loudon, S-1'. Miss Alice Gilnian, S3 The
contributions of Truxton Healo and
Mrs Thomas Walsh were made spe
cifically for the Greek Hid Cross
A harmless remcilj.m.ule from common
garden sage, eiulckly restores gra bulr
to natural color The euro of the I11I1,
to prevent It from losing Its color and
lustre. Is Just us important .is to care
foi tilth to keep them fioin discoloring
Whv spend mone for cosmetics aid
creams to Improve tho complexion, and
jet neglect jour hair, whin gru hair
Is even more conspicuous and sugges
tive of uge than wrinkles or a -pooi
complexion? Of the two. It Is easier to
preserve the natural color and beautj
of the hair than It Is to have a good
All Hint is necessarv Is the occasional
use of Wjcth's Sage nnd Sulphur Hair
P.emedJ a preparation of cnVnmon gar-
.....1 ...1nl..r nnmtilniiil ultli
Ueil BUKf UIIO DUlilui,
otlwr valuihle remedies fit drv, harsh,
fj.Uil hull dundiuff. Itching scalp, an. I
tailing hair Aftti a tew applications
of this slmrili harmbss rcinetl youi
hair v III Kimluall) be restortd to Us
natural color. In a short time the dau
iliuff will be rt moved, and Jour hair
will no loligtr conn out but will stalt
to grow as Natuie lntendi d It should
Hunt negleit vour hair, for It goes
further than an thing else to make ur
nnr vour good looks Vou can buv this
remedv at an drug store for flftv cents
a bottle und Join druggist will give
jour monev back If ou are not satls
flid after using Purchase a bottle In
daj You will never regiet It whin ou
reaJlie the elKTereiuo It will make In
jour appearance. Agent, James O'Don-
l.e.pviv ciit i:i i 10 ti :in nf.
I'lm I'uils Mcdii lue t'o -ll.'l 1'lnc Strtft, 8t
uuln Mu mitnufiicturers uf laxative llruiito
Cji Inlne bale J new ind Moailerful cllseoiery
IlltclVl.'S HAN Villi c't T1W which tliey
1.1111-iiiiire tn 1 tin un csKi uf neiiJfA, no
1 slier of lien li nj limilliifi In 10 tu SO
tlH euiil lll n fund men It It rails
l ItOVirs t V SAIti: C'lll la prrfntly clean
nill" not ululn If jour clrugiilii ha.n't
It, una us tw etna 11 win do sent oy mui.
OBtyiOrM "BROMO QXJtNINtOtU b
Laxative Bromo OuJoine
Cutm a Cold In Om Dsy, Crlpta 3 Day
- Wluti vou order Its the one sum way
to net u vtrlillj pure mul pruperlv leitv
aneil ureiluu 1 ooU unJ tunics II ko
tSi At jour grocer No consuniers suiipllittj
B. B. EAHNSHAW & UfiO.,
Wltoltsuleri. 1Kb ud U bU. a. IS.
(iiIfeit Wi Ati 4aB
A IIAnS0ME JAPANK8E MATPH SAFK 01VKX WITH
EACH L'AIH ASK FOK OM).
Hiph-class footwear in every respect and very smart looking.
In Tan Russia Calf, Patent Leather, Gunmetal, and Velour Calf.
All new toes and lasts. Some have high toes; others in the new
English flat last.
$4 Women S4
For 4&A For
Men t Women
The kind of footwear that gives absolute foot comfort. They
provide the maximum freedom for the joints and enlarged bun
ions. At the same time they have smartness in styles that will
please the most fastidious. Made of fine surpass kfd, hand
sewed. We are Sole Agents.
FAMILY SHOE STORE
F SHOES AND HOSIERY
Jos. Strasbureer to. jiu-ju aevenm at. w. w.
$97.50 p .
Buys This Home at
When )tm hear WuHlilnKtoiiInns
Hpenk of the fashionable Northwest
section of tlip e ty as a choice loca
tion for the home or Investment
seeker, Columhl.i Heights will' al
wkjs lie specifically mentioned
Its exclusive character, its excel
lent street car facilities, 113 h'gh ele.
vatlon. Its ntmosiihere of culture and
refinement tnuke It, In every respect.
Tho homes up offer here oft our
easy terms plan have ever outward
iippe.iranc p en uouis o,uu struc
tures. This Impression Is further en
hanced when ou step Inside and
The Illustration here very Inade
quately convejs their true hcauty
Buys This Home at
High View is all that the name
implies a high elevation (171
feet above Pennsylvania avenue),
where the air is always pure and
where you will be free from the
annoying din of the heart of the
This section is rapidly becom
ing an exclusive, high-class resi
dential community. High View
home owners represent a thinking note the perfectly planned, superUj
' " ...... I. ....wl .in,! ..Inc. ititll n.tlallOll III
- ... I'lllllllin-U Ulll. Vli f.u.ni.7 iimuHiu ...
Class 01 people who iiuvc- icunc-u
the folly of paying rent and arc
now making their rent money buy
a home for them.
The atmosphere and environ
ment of this section is as elevating
as the altitude.
High View homes are superbly
constructed of reinforced steel and
pressed brick. The exteriors are
attractive and the interiors arc
beautifully finished throughout.
The six large rooms are hand
somely papered and finished. The
tiled bath is fitted with the most
up-to-date improvements; the
large front Colonial porches and
the fine heating system are superb
in every respect.
Excellent car service (two
lines) is near at hand, and it is
but twenty minutes ride to the
heart pf the city.
In these homes of "Sunlight
and Good Cheer" all rooms are
High View homes sell for
$3,300, whether you pay cash or
dividual front potclies; convenient to
three lending car lines; have mod
em. ttu-to-dnto conveniences and In
take, advantage of the Shannon ! -!?X jV?i!',cTteCrh,;!sar,?rJ.;.
Buys This Home at
1 4th and Perry Sts.
The choice of location for your
home should receive as much care
ful attention as you give to the se
lection of the house itself; and ou
wish to have the further assurance
that nothing is likely to happen to
CHANGE its character t your dis
advantage. 14th and Perry is NOW just
what it alwavs will be. It's high
quality is permanently established.
Most of the residents here own
their own homes, and you arc as
sured of most desirable associates
Living expenses are moderate
and you are convenient to the best
car service in the city 14th street.
The homes are of colonial tpe;
extra large front and rear yardi;
prettiest, coziest, best-built houses
at the price in the city.
There are four porches. Ea. i
has two fireplaces (one in the par
lor and the other in the dining
room). The two best heating tb
terns are acknowledged to be hot
water and hot air heat. At 14th
and Perry you have your choice of
either. So it is throughout the en
A cash payment of $300 entitles
pi'clall fine fixtures, plenty of llglit , . .,,.. .--.. nf e,o
throinrhmit. hardwood staircase, in-1 you t0 easy payment terms ot i33
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i in- ate u.iiusomo UrlcK struc
tures, with six looms and bath; ps-
& Luchs Easy Way, which re
quires only the small cash deposit
of $200 and $26.92 per month.
TO INHl'KCT Tuku mil O street cm
marked Hreiokliind ' or "North Cupltol
nnd V sttcitp," Kot oft at rthode Island
avenue and wrulk one seiuure cust.
per month. You could not rent a
home like this for $38- but you
can buy one for $38 THE SHAN-
cush uml tho niuntlilj iwvnipiits thi-ie-i MrN A 1 IICHS FASY WAY
aflcT hut K.'oO-Tlli: SHANNON &'N-"N UUtna rirta I Vrtl.
i.ffiis r.'sv wo , , .,r,,-. , .a.
ivj irtat'Dvi taKe any I'tui
street car going northwest. Get oft
at 14th and Perry streets, and you
are right at the properties.
TO INBl'IK'T Take any lull strct't
tai lioliiu neiitlivviat, K1 "IT ut Coluni
lilu louel nnd wh1 oil- miiuuio taut, ur
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off nt Columbia mini, and vvulk tlueo
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ttolni; northwest iut oft ut Colunibla
loud and vulk one sipiiiie west
Our Free AUTO Service.
Th's seivlco ' for the fiee accommodation of thoiij Interented In nnj of our properties. It does
not obllKutei ou In anvvn. In fact, we will lie ula.l to tulce ou to any other properties nt the
same time in tho t ou cun nial-o coinimrlions Just diop u pojtal or phone Main 5315 for this
FRISli. AUTO Service, and wi will cull for ou and Urhu sou back aealn
SHANNON & LUCHS
. 713 14th Street N. W.
Look For Our Green and White Sign
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