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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1912.
U.D.C. RE-ELECT
ALL OFFICERS BUT
TWO WHOJIEFUSED
Congressman Levy Writes
Convention as to His Views
for Monticello.
Daughters of the Confederacy, hold
ing tho final elona of their conven
tion at the New Wlllarrl today, re
flected all but two of their old officer,
theao two declining to aervH again. Soon
utcr the election the convention ap
plauded a statement with reference to
the right of the South to have seceded,
and a few minutes after that many
of the delegates were weeping nt the
words of Corporal Tanner, tho Union
veteran, who was similarly effective nt
ne Arlington monument unveiling Tues
day. This afternoon the convention prob
ably will hear read a letter from Con
gressman Jefferson Levy relative, to
Monticello and Mrs. Martin Littleton's
efforts to have the National Govern
ment buy It. The letter which has been
cnt to tho convention Is caustic. It
Mates that If Mrs. Littleton's "cam
paign were founded on a real nffctlon
and reverence for the memory of Jef
ferson, I could look upon It with dif
ferent eyes, and, however unpleasant It
might be to see an effort to wrest from
me this property. It would be some con
solation that I could respect the mo
tives of those behind tho movement."
Wants Only Fair Play.
"Cut this campaign has been attended
by numberless and wholl unneccasaiy
misstatements about Monticello, and
about my uncle. Commodore I.evj
those about m self, I suppose, I must
overlook.
"I have said that I do not expect
gratitude, but I think that every Am
erican will feel that I uni entitled to
fair play. I have demonstrated In the
last thirty-three years that I have ap
preciated fully the Importance of imin
erl maintaining this historic place
Tho public will not be surprised tt.m I
urn unwilling to turn It over to a self
appointed director, whoc Interest In
the matter has been of the briefest, es
pecially In view of Hit character of
the campaign, of abuse of my family,
and of tho misstatements regarding the
care I have be8towd upon the estate
It Is proposed to nuke Monticello
it public place like Mt. Vernon. At
Monticello, the atmosphere of the honiu
of Jefferson Is maintained, and the
feeling of reverence for JefTerson Is
fostered. At Mt. Vernon, an admission
is charged and the home atmosphere
has been lost.
Owner Is Patriotic.
"The public may be assured that I
have not fallfd to gUv careful and
patriotic thought to tho cart of Mon
ticello In tho years that follow after
I can r,o longer see to It In person. If
my provisions for Its proper mainten
ance prove to be Inadequate, that. 1
submit, will bo time enough to consid
er the question of the Government tak
ing It."
In an Intrvlew In a morning news
paper Mrs. F. A. Walke, a Norfolk
(Va.) Daughter, Is made to sav that
Congressman Levy had personally as
sured her that the home of Jefferson
"would be given us." Mrs. Walku
stated this afternoon that she hod no
pledge, from Mr. Levy, und had been
erroneously quoted. It Is gossiped that
a'r- .M.vy P'"" to Hive Monticello to
the University of Virginia at his death,
but there Is on real authority for the
statement.
The officers named by tho convention
today Include the following: President.
Mrs. A. II White, Paris, Tenn.: flint
vice president, Mrs. Frank (1 Odeii
hclmer, Baltimore. Md.; second vice
president, Mrs. Drury C. Ludlow, Wash
IV,"'0,"'. u- c'! "'Ird vice president. H.
XV Fa Nfin Phadnit. vf m . a ..
-, ...,, V11.llimi 4, ti treasurer.
Mr. Orlando Halibut-ton, Llttlo Hook.
r : ;"V.UNK Hocn-mry. Mrs. Hoy
WeekR McMnney. Pudurali, Kv.; cor-
rmnnnil tier gnni-al... .. -.. ' . '
Hchnubcl. Now Orleans, U.;'rrgstiar!
irs. jarnes ji. uantt. Jefferson City,
Mo. i custodian, cross of honor, Mrs. L.
Mi.SKSK!'' .a":'.hL-'L".
custodian of nags and pennants, Mis
1-rank Anthony Walke, Norfolk, Va
tnJ '"Ci. ?""",' """' nai.ghters
",, nun receiveii letters
ft.0. 2 ' '"? Nnrth since his d-
... ... ... ....gvu,, runiinenuing mm ror
?.2TZ. tl10 monument of which tho
cornerstone was then laid.
lniif,rmh0 h' flnl8,"'l. H. H. A. Cun
v..Km' cdl,or of T1, Confederate
1 1 -. w" (iii-m'iuni , anii, arter
hmjAuUs- K K- Trader. "10 Confederate
Inr fir.1"18. w,,? K"1 '"' ""'O'0
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I E. BLEO QUITS
DISTRICT PLACE
Assistant Electrical Engineer
Accepts Position as Jack
sonville Official.
Announcement was made today of the
resignation of W. K. Itleo, assistant
Klectrlcal Engineer of the District, tn
take effect December 1. Mr. llleo has
accepted tin position of chief engineer
uf undergioiind electrical constfeiln-i
at Jacksonville, Fla where will bo
Installed under Ids direction a new sys
teni of underground construction and
electrical distribution of which he Is
the Inventor.
The work will have also the personal
You Will Want to Know
All About these New
Colonial Homes
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Why Not Come Out And Look Them Over
No Obligation to Purchase.
1226 to 1238 Md. Ave. N. E.
6 and 8 rooms and bath.
$300 Cash, Balance Like Rent
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
1314 F Street N. W.
supervision of Major E. M Markham,
former Assistant Knglneer Commis
sioner of the District and consulting
engineer In charge of municipal Im
lirovements at Jacksonville. Mr. Illeo
entered tho service of tho District uu
jnniipctnr In the Electrical department
,ln 1901 and In 1MI was .promoted to dec.
,'trlcal superintendent. In 1806 he re
signed to go to Munich, llavarla, an
representative of a group of New York
capitalists In the Investigation of ,i
Patent compound for electrical Installa
tion. Iteturnng In 190S he was appoint
ed electrical superintendent, the posi
tion being later changed by art of Con-
nio its nxniDl'ilh ni'VlHLai l'4llK"l I I
Mr. Illeo Is the fifth official of the
District to bo selected by the city of
Jacksonville tu take charge of Its engi
neering department. Tho others who
have already entered upon tho work are
I- 1). Bmoot, J. E. Ilalllnger, J. E
Whepley and Itatikln Y. Mlddleton.
Mr. Bmoot Is tho chief englmer In
charge of nil engineering work. Mr
Whepley has supervision of under
ground and water construction, and Mi.
Ilalllnger has assumed the duties of
engineer of highways. Mr. Mlddleton
occupies tho position of chief draftsmun
The appointment of a successor to Mi,
Illeo, It was announced today, wll nut
be made until his resignation goes Into
effect.
Governor Hawley Coming
To Seat in Senate
Announcement Is m''do from Ilolso,
Idaho, that lov James JI. Hawley will
resign and will he appointed to tho
Senate by Lieutenant flovcinor Hwect
ser. who will succeed him.
Ilawler Is a Democrat and Hweetser
Is a Republican. He will ho named to
fill the vn.cn.ncv caused by the death
of Senator lleylmrn, Ills appointment,
however, will be temporary and until
the Legislature meets this winter. It
will not affect the Senate situation after
March 4.
Electric Lights Out
Of Working' Order
TiHilk on all the car lines of the
Washington Hallway and Electrlt
Company was fled lip for nearly half
an hour during the rush hour last
night and electric lights In all
lions of the city were out of comml.i
slnn ns the tesnlt nt something goln
wrong with one of the big servic
eable leading from tho Denning pow
er house.
The failure of tho lights caused much
ln invenlence In a large number of
business places and almrtment house
ONLY 2 LEFT
Here's the Reason
pEm&jlp Price Only $2, 1 50
Terms Only $19.75
Per
Month
It Costs Less
To Buy This Home
Than To Rent It.
If you are now paying
rent you can readily see the
possibilities for saving
money which this offer pre
sents. In a comparatively
short time you will have a
home entirely paid for in
stead of a stack of worth
less rent receipts.
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These
Homes
Have
6 large rooms and bath,
hardwood finished through
out, tastetully decorated;
Large Colonial Porches;
Terraced Front Lawns;
Cement Steps and Walks.
Home Buyers, Investors
Keasons Why You Should Buy One or More of Those
BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSES
on W Street, Numbers 28 to 62
Between North Capitol and First Streets
FOR HOME OR INVESTMENT
Homes of Substantial Construction
The closest inspection of these homes will bear out our claims that the builder had uppermost in his mind
their substantial character and enduring qualities. This means that they will find ready sale in the future shoul''
their owners desire to dispose of them.
We only ask you to compare these homes with any others at or near the same price we are confident
you will then be convinced of the merits of this offer.
5 Sold Upon First Announcement
With such a selling record established we feel 'sure that these two homes will not long 'remain unsold.
Inspect them NOW or you may be too late.
The best value in the city.
They are situated in the Northwestern sec
tion. Financial institutions do not hesitate to
make a large advance on Northwestern prop
erty. ' They are ina lettered street. Down in the
city, where your friends can easily locate you.
Beautiful fronts, wide covered porches,
front and rear.
They are thoroughly well constructed of the
best materials by expert mechanics.
Steel construction.
All brick work done by expert white me
chanics A high-grade economical hot-water heating
plant.
Lighted by electricity.
All rooms expensively and beautifully dec
orated. Tiled bath rooms.
Front entrance to the cellar.
Laundry tubs and toilet in the cellar.
Big lots. 20 by 140 feet, 2,800 square feet
of land. It is the land that increases in value.
Unless you have a good size lot you cannot
expect the property you buy to enhance.
20 foot alley in the rear.
Will pay 7 per cent net as investment.
Sample houses Numbers 50 and 36.
Open daily and Sunday, lighted until 9 p. m.
Seven already sold.
Price, $4,475
Terms, $300 or More Cash Balance Small Monthly Payments
By Paying Down Each Month a Sum Only $5 More
Than the Monthly Rental, You Are Saving on an
Average of $22 Each Month, Which Will be Ap
plied in Paying off the Indebtedness.
THE BOX HOUSE
For convenience, low cost of maintenance, economy of housekeeping, and comfort, in the
opinion of an expert on sanitary construction, is the type of home unequalled, PROVIDING it has
not the unhealthy skylight room, or a bathroom located over the parlor.
Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Avenue
Sample Home 1524 D St. S. E. Always Open Inspect at Once
Phillips & sager
715 14th St. N. W.
Real Estate Loans
and Insurance
COSYNEW HOMES
1686 to 1696
Kramer Street N. E.
Take H Street Cars to 17th Street, .,
Walk South V2 Squares.
Price, $1,950
Small Cash Payment Balance $17.50 Monthly,
Including All Interest.
The Best Home at the Price in Washington!
(Facing Rosedale Park.)
The Parlor of Each Home Furnished Complete
Without Extra Charge.
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES.
Six Large Rooms
Handsome Gas Fixtures
Dome in Dining-room
Open Stair Case
Furnace Heat
Side-oven Gas Range
Park Railing
Handsome Mantels
Concrete Cellars, Paved Alley
Beveled Plate Glass
Storm Doors
Large Closet in each room.
Open Daily and Sunday Lighted Until 9:00 P. M.
Inspect These Houses if You Want a Cosy Home.
J. A. CLARK, Owner and Builder
1117 South Carolina Avenue S. E.
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2709 & 2713 Wisconsin Ave. N. W.
(Intersection Mass. and Wis. Aves. N. W.)
"Massachusetts Avenue Heights'
Overlooking Entire City.
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Just being completed. First time offered. 12 rooms and
2 baths; hot-water heat; hardwood finish throughout; 4 porches;
heavy stone base; lots 50 by 122.60 to 15-foot public alley;
ample room for garage. Early buyers can select papering, deco
rations and mantels. Open for inspection Sunday.
. H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
1314 F Street N. W.
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