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1 Third Pages dl dlar 1 Part PartPages to ar 8 THE WASHINGTON 11 I 1 HERALD HERALDWASHINGTON L LWASHINGTON Thiri Pages 1 Part PartPages to 8 8WASHINGTON
The Th Prize Winners and nd Other Notable No blc Pi Pic tures w
The Washington Water Color Club Clubopened CluboP6Iled Clubopened
opened Its eleventh annual exhibition in inthe Inthe inthe
the Hemicyclo of the Corcoran Gallery o oArt of ofArt ofArt
Art on Saturday when from 1 II oclock oclockuntil oclockuntil oclockuntil
until 4 the connoisseurs and patrons ofart of ofart ofart
art gathered gathered for a private view r 1ew of whatmany whatmany what whatmany
many authorities consider the Best taiont taiontproductlon UllontprOdU1tlon talontproduction
production shown thus far by b the society societyFrom societyFrom societyFrom
From a pictorial standpoint the exhibi exhibition exhibition exhlbitlon ¬
tion te typically American both In sub subjectmatter subjectmatter snbjectmatter ¬
jectmatter and in treatment and im impartially Imrtlally lmpartialfy ¬
partially rtlally divided between landscape and andfigure andiigure andfigure
figure work with an artistic lightening lighteningof
of flower studies several exceptionally
fine miniatures and decorative panel de designs designs designs ¬
signs on weed weedContributions woedContrlbutlons woadContributions
Contributions from painters whose can canvases CMases atttvasos ¬
vases ases of former years have won prizes prizesand prizesand prizesand
and received honorable mention are welcomely wel welcomoly welcomely
comely recognized as maintaining a highstandard high highstandard highstandard
standard of excellence e cenenee Those from the thebrushes thebrushes thebrushes
brushes of less securelyplaced artists of offer offer offer ¬
fer many surprises in the way wa of color cotortreatment colortreatmentaftd cobrtreattnnt
treatment treatmentaftd add drawing n while hilo several pic pictures pictures pktures ¬
tures by young oung students studentsnotably notably women womengive womengie womendive
give rich promise of future achievement achievementUpon achleve achievementLpon l nt ntUpon
Upon the t e whole there ie I little immature immatureartthought ImmatureAttLnought imtrurtureArtthought
artthought apparent in the 1 16 pictures picturesexhibited pktureeexhlbUed picturesexhibited
exhibited There are however occasion occasional ¬
al traces of composition easily recognizedby recognized recognizedby recognlHdby
by the sincere critic as studio art com eommerdaI commercial commercial ¬
mercial composition c and nature sacrificed sacrificedto
to color colorIn c lor lorIn
a a aIn
In at awarding awar + atdlsg Jh the two iw o Corcoran prizes prfzesthe Pt1zesthe prizesthe
the jury jUQwhlch which h consists nsiata of Edwin Whfte Whftenmn Yhtttman hit7 hit7ratan
man the Baltimore landscape laJld ape palnterPercy painter painterPerc
Percy Perc Ash of the George Geo e Washington Machin MachinLTnfv Bien Bienerslty
University LTnfv erslty faculty faeult and Allen C Clark Clarka
a noted collector of this city cttyperpetratod cttyperpetratodsomething dqperpetratedsomething perpetrated perpetratedsomething
something of a surprise Not ot with regard regardto
to the first prize of u00 100 which was titasatrarded wasawarded wasarded
awarded to H Hobart Nichols study of aParis a aParis IIParis
Paris street at night nl night ht Boulevard Montparmasee Mont Montparmasse ldontParma
parmasse Parma e No K I > In the catalogue cataloguebut cataloguebutIn but butin
in bestowing the second prize of ISO Si uponSarah upon uponSarah upOnSarah
Sarah Sewall Munroes sketch Glou Gloucester Gloucester Gbucester ¬
cester Neck which at first sight sI ht hardly hardlyappears hardlyappears hardlyappeals
appears to Justify jlllttlryt the award but which whichgrows whichgrows whichgrows
grows la charm with tt lih an appreciation of ofits ofIts ofts
its ts simple fidelity to nature and strict strictadherence atrietadheraACe strictadheranca
adherence to the legitimate field of trans transparent transparent transparent ¬
parent watercolor art artThe artThe artThe
The two prize pictures are thoroughly
dissimilar Mr Nichols Paris street isa is isa Isa
a a perfect tone
production Viewed
in a areversed areversed areversed
reversed position its color fascination fascinationstands fascinat3atstands asclnatloi1stands
stands alone and appeals to the artis ¬
tic temperament independently of subject subjectmatter subjectmatter subjectmatter
matter or drawing That the picture tell tella tells tellsa
a e story is not the sole reason reas n of its itsmerit itsmerit
merit Undoubtedly it is a great produc ¬
tion primarily opaque In treatment andaccomplished and andaccomplished andaccoJDPUshed
accomplished with a skill that deceives deeeivesthe
the amateur who merely feels and cannot
discern the methods of painting pelntlnOne
One person therefore will mistake It
for a 8 pastel another declare that it itshows itshows itshows
shows the substantial warmth of oil anda and anda anda
a third discerns nothing In it It t of tile tb fa fpirtillar familiar tlfIli1lar ¬
miliar methods tnetho s of qt watercolor drawing dn1wlliGnd
And nd In n tti t ftth t the experimental experl tal and pre preliminary prelimInary preIlminary ¬
liminary study necessary neC 8a to the achieve achievement Kchleyment ach eve evemeat
ment of a thoroughly satisfying opaque opaquewater opaque opaquewater paquewater
water color has developed among Ameri Attterican American Amrlcan ¬
can artists a 8 success pretsdeniRti precedent d only bthe by bythe b bthe
the Dutch school of art artThe artThe arts
s a a aThe
The first prize picture is about tt by 14 14Inches I Iinches I IInches
Inches in a size The gray atmosphere ofnight of ofnight ofnight 1
night wick wlt its suggestion of rain sev several several y yeral ¬
eral figures a venders stand a gleam gleamof gieamot gleamof
of cab lights In n the distance and the thewhiter thewhiter thewhiter
whiter radiance of a street lamp in the theforeground theforegrOUnd theforeground
foreground impregnates the boulevard boulevardwith boulevardwith bouierardwith
with realism The Paris atmosphere te tefelt jsfelt isfelt
felt one understands that the artist artistknows artistknows artistknows
knows his subject intimately that he hepaints hepaints hepaints
paints for the pure love of portrayal portrayalThis portrayalThis portrayalThis
This is true We know Mr Nichols we xearc wearc weare
arc proud of him as a local product we wedelight n ndenght W WdeUlbt
delight in the work ho sends home farappralsement for forappraisement forappral8ement
appraisement and especially have we ve enjoyed en enjoyed enjoyed ¬
joyed his pictures p1ctur in oil that were ex exhibited Cthlbtted exhibited ¬
hibited at Veerhoffs gallery The Boule Boulevard noui nouiard Baulovard ¬
vard ard Montparmasse J is the one foreign
composition that stands out vigorous gorous and andstrong andstrong andstrong
strong from the surrounding and Dd predom predominant prlt predominant om omInant ¬
inant American subjectmatterThere subjectmatter subjectmatterThere subjectmatterThere
There is a perceptible difference between betweena
a study and a sketch sketchThe sketchThe sketchThe
The second SECO d prize picture No No2In 2 in the thecatalogue thecatalogue thecatalogue
catalogue is distinctly of the latter hitter class classMiss o classMice
Miss Ifs Monroe has seen Gloucester Neck ona on ona ona
a sunny day she bas painted one particu particular ptlrtfcular particular ¬
lar corner of it in a sunny mood she shecharms shecharms shecharms
charms the beholder with the actual out outofdoor outoCdoor outofdoor
ofdoor breath of New ew England EnglandThe EnglandThe EnglandThe
The light sandy road rNU crossed by dis distinct distinct dlstlnct ¬
tinct shadows of telegraph poles the line lineof Uneor lineof
of buildings with overtopping masts to tesuggest tosuggest tosuggest
suggest the nearby sea the fair sky skyall skyallunite skyallunite all allunite
unite to form a picture that was caught caughtby ca caughtby ght ghtby
by joyous chance not studied The familiar fa familiar familiar ¬
miliar Massachusetts Jdas achustts fishing flshin village and andthe andthe andthe
the flsherfolk ftsher folit are Just a R little way farther far farther farther ¬
ther along the road and the road Itself Itselfbeckons Itselfb itselfbeckons
beckons b ckoIhl one forward tarttardThgsketch forwardThesketch fOn8rdTh
Thgsketch Thesketch Th sketch Is s inspiring in its ts fresh unpremeditated un unpremeditated unpremeditated ¬
premeditated arid unpretentious unpretentIousmerit merit It ItIs ItI Itis
Is I absolutely nb lute atmospheric unlaboredarecognized unlaboreda unlaboredarecognised unlaboredarecoSPIM
recognized recreation pictureFirst picture pictureFirst pictureFirst
First honorable mention Is accorded accordedRobert accordedRobert accordedRobert
Robert Cole Childs The Home HomeField HomeFieldcatalogtse Field Fieldcatalogue Field Fieldcatalogue
catalogue number 27 7 i an exquisite development develop development development ¬
ment of ground and sky sk This picture has hasoeen basbeen hasbeen
been oeen exhibited at Philadelphia where it itcreated Itcreated itcreated
created mueh favorable comment comment A re request reQueSt request ¬
quest for it was also made by b the American Ameri American American ¬
can Water Color Society SocietyThere SocietyThere SocietyThere
There Is a solidity of treatment In therich the therich therich
rich browns and greens that depicts with withunusual withunuiual withunusual
unusual conviction con ctlon the earths appearance appearanceat appeeran e eat
at the hour of early oor1 evening The after afterglow afterglow afterglow ¬
glow of the sun is of that curious quality qualitywhich qualitywhich qualitythhlch
which turns aerial blue to palest green greenIt greenIt greenIt
It Is not the usual effect of sunset neither neitheris
is it the abnormal It is the occasional occasionalthe occasltmalthe occasionalthe
the artistic the almost intangible glimpse glimpseof sUm sUmor gllmp gllmpof
of Nature revealed to painters pfllntersth the greenof green greenof greenor
of the sky being In a a class with the purpleof purple purpleof purpleot
of shadows and discernible only to eyes eyesInitiated eyesInitiated oyesinltlated
Initiated into the mysteries of art artThe artThe art artThe
The Valley Morning No 62 b and Sil Silver 511er Silver ¬
ver er Lake Lak N H No 12 l ° are two other otherdelightful otherdelightful otherdellghttul
delightful examples of Mr Childs Chndsst style styleA styIst styIsA Ie IeA
A Day of Clouds by Merianna StoatsAo13 Sloan SloanNo SloanNo
No Ao13 13 receives second honorary mention mentionIt mentionIt
It is the artists artist s one exhibit exhibitIn exhibitIn exhibitIn
In the estimation estlmaU n of many and espe especially especIally especially ¬
cially Miss Sloans fellowcraftsmen feilow craftsmen thispicture this thispicture thispicture
picture Is worthy worth the second prize It in invites InUes invites ¬
vites Ues discussion It is immensely clever itfs It ItIs ItIs
Is wellwrought art not an inspiration or ora ora ora
a a swift impressionistic production productionNext productionNext productionNext
Next to the firstprize picture it t Is likely likelyto Ukelyto likelyto
to be the sensation n5Uon of the exhibit exhibitMiss exhibitMiss exhibitHiss
Miss Sloan SJo n and her work have attained attainedto at ned nedto
to something of a vogue Ogue in New I + ew YorkCuriosity York YorkCuriosity YorkCurloslt
Curiosity has forerun her contribution contributionto
to the thoWashngton Washington exhibition Ibltlon and A Day Dayof DayI Dayof
I of Clouds cannot fall to provoke com comment comment comment ¬
ment mentIt mentIt mentIt
It resembles a pastel In the layIngon of ofcolor ofcolor ofcolor
color and from a distance It Is like a astudy astuQY astudy
study In oil In technique the picture pictureshows pictureshows pictureshows
shows decided strength and boldness and andthe andthe andthe
the Intense grounded greens grn greensdivided divided h kIed by bya byi bya
i a span of ofwater water atet to which cattle haws hawsstrayedaro have havestrayed h vQ vQBtrayedarB
strayed BtrayedarB ara relieved from monotony by a ahlllsldo a ah1UsliIo ahillsilo
hlllsldo dwelling dw eIling and an exquisite skyj sky I
lowhung with clouds Tho high lights lightsare lightsare lightsaro
are produced by a 8 wonderful blending ofwhite of ofwhite oCwhite
white and again one discriminates in infavor infavor infavor
favor of opaque watercolor treatment treatmentW
W i H Holmes an oxpresident of theZater the theWater theWat8r
Water Color Club contributes several severalfine severalfine severalfine
fine studies which are the better en enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed ¬
joyed for being grouped Just why the theofficers theofficers theofneers
officers and board of managers of the club clubdo clubdo clubdo
do not realize the wisdom of grouping groupingthe groupingthe groupingthe
the work of all exhibitors is difficult to tounderstand tounderstand tounderstand
understand Even the undiscriminaUng undiscriminaUngpublic undlscrlmlntingpublic undtscriminatirrgpublic
public prefers to digest the pictures of ofdifferent ofdUerent ofdlRerent
different artists in single courses andn and andin andIn
in n the few instances where this yearshanging years yearshanging yearshanging
hanging has followed the correct method methoda
a general satisfaction has been expressed expressedMr expressedMr expressedair
Mr Holmes group Is one of the the best inthe In Inthe Inthe
the collection Of the ftve delightful pic pictures pictures pictures ¬
tures by b this talented painter The Pool PoolIn 1 PoolIn > 001 001In
In the Meadow 1Ie dow No IS S Is perhaps the thehappiest thehappiest thehappiest
happiest in conception and development developmentuere developmentuere developmentaere
uere again Is an example of exceptional excep exceptional exceptional ¬
tional charm produced produc d by an absoluteplmpllcity absolute absolutesimplicity ab olute olutemlmpllcfty
simplicity of technique The theme of the thepicture tbepicture thepkture
picture is beautiful and its completion completionshows completionshows oompletbnshows
shows the hand of the t master astor Thewatergreen The Thewatergreen TheWAtrgr
watergreen WAtrgr n brook breaking into whiteripples white whiteripples whiterlp
ripples rlp > les in n its descent d ent over the stones is isthe i ithe lethe
the brook of poetry and the meadow meadowbanks meadowbanks meadowbanks
banks and foliage form a apictur pictureidyl idyf that thatis thatIs thatis
is captivating as it Is artistic artisticIn arUsticIn artisilaIn
In the four other pictures Mr Holmespaints Holmes Holmespaints Holmespaints
paints mists and clouds and autumn im impressions Impreeeions impressions ¬
pressions and showers In the vein of a atrue atrue atrue
true lover of nature natureBy natnreBy natureBy
By happy happ selection the pictures of ofJames ofJame j jJames
James Henry Moser occupy the space di directly d dracily ¬ I Ireetly
rectly next to the Holmes collection collectionThere collectionTh oollectfonThere
There Th re are six In all and th the two large taigestudies J8IK8studies largestudies
studies are finished examples of the par particular p parocular r rtJeular ¬
ocular line of work In n which Mr Moscr Moscrsurpasses Idoeerscrpasses MOlletstrpasses
surpasses most ether landscape land paint painters paintersIt Ifttes x xIt
I It was once said of him Moser knows knowshow knowshow knowshow
how to paint the air If this is not thetechnkal the thetechnical thetechnical
technical truth it is close to it In theRnest the thefinest thefinest
finest of the collection Morning on the theAllegheny theA1Jegben theAllegheny
Allegheny River Noi No S So Mr MOle has hasstruck hasstruek hasstruck
struck a deer r note of preeminence preeminenceAcross preembaeAceAcross preettrinenceAcross
Across the mountain tops somethingmoves something somethingmoves somethingmoves
moves It 1 t may be mist or fog or cloud cloudmiasma cloudmiasma cloudmiasma
miasma and through it a delicate mauve msaveand mauveand JDatneand
and gray I I1iY opens to the sky ky The effect is isincomparably Isincomparably laincomparably
incomparably beautiful full of actionsad action actionand aetlona
and atmospheric a transference It most mosthave musthave mwthave
have been painted on the elated heights heightsEqually helPtaEquaUy heighuEqually
Equally delicate in treatment though thoughhardly tho thonshhardly b bhardly
hardly as emotional in effect is White WhiteFace WbIteI WhiteFace
I Face Mountain on Lake Placid No ta 31It St StIt II
I It Is White Face at the quiet hoar of orsunset
sunset surrounded by b caressing cares lng clouds cloudsand cloudsand cbtrdsand
and faintly crimsoned at its highest hlgireatpoint highestpoint htgbe t tpoln
point pointThe poln pointTho t tThe
The other pictures in the Moser Iosv group groupare groupare groupare
are smaller In size and one which bears bearsthe bftarIthe bearsthe
the name of The Red Barn is an a inter interesting interI lnfidrestJng ¬
I esting bit of descriptive work that sug anggests suggests maggests ¬
gests New England EnglandTere EnglandorJlera Englandthere
Tere there are three thre three pietureffrpastete pieturogpaetolstoy pieturogpaetolstoydgh foturWJput foturWJputgh by byHugh
Hugh dgh gh H Bredienridge one of the most tractcelebrated mostcelebrated mo t tcelebrated
celebrated ck oeIorJsts > rjsts of this country CQ ntn His Hispictures Hispictures IIlepictures
pictures have occupied places plu of hOnor in inthe 1ftthe inthe
the Pennsylvania Academyair Academy AcademyMr Adldemytlr
Mr tlr Breckenritige Br kenddge is a former fo r prize win winner winner winner ¬
ner and his greatest contribution contnbutl n te tbfe tbfeyears thllilears thktyears
years ears exhibition is Summer No e 30 1 In Inmonetary Inmonetary Inmonetary
monetary value alue this picture tops the exhibiL ex e eblblt
hibit Its effect Is lasting upon the mem memory memo memory ¬
ory o It Is s large in every eer way R wayslze size con conception conception concoptbn ¬
ception tr treatment iment It Is fantastic and andaglow andaglow andaglow
aglow with vivid youth joutha as expressed in inthe Inthe inthe
the figure re of a young oung girl leaning against againsta
a 8 tree A marvelous effulgence of light lightplays UghtplaY8 lightplays
plays upon the flesh tints in counterdte counterdtetinction counterdtatinction cormterdlstinction
tinction to the painting of the trees It Itbrilliant is isbrilliant isbrilliant
brilliant almost dazzling and just a trifle triflebizarre triflebizarre triflebizarre
bizarre though mild when compared to tothe totbe tothe
the other large 1 rge picture hung across the theroom theroom theroom
room entitled A Forest Temple No NoThla o St StThis flThis
This its s intense and out of character in inUs InIts inits
Its exaggerate treatment Genuine Turk TurlrIsh TurkIsh Turkish
Ish rug colors are seldom sel om dyed by nature natureto natureto natureto
to the point of crimson achieved in A AForest AForeat AForest
Forest Temple
A delightful medium of color is effected effectedin etIectedIn elecctedin
in the third picture of the collection Au Autumn Autumn Autumn ¬
tumn Hills which is altogether charm charming charmIng charming ¬
ing though some s me criticism might be lereted level leveled leveled ¬
ed against galn t the high extension of the red redtrees reeltt redtrees
trees tt es In th the foreground foregroundThe for foregroundThe gTound gToundrhc
The board of managers committed no error er error erTO ¬
ror TO in failing to group Mr Breckenrldges Breckenrldgespictures Brecken Breckenrligeapkiures e eI
I pictures Otherwise a crimson ertf SOJl ague might mightba mightewem1c tttlshtbe
ba epidemic In the th gallery BailerThe al es esThe j jThe
The pictures ctures contributed to the exhibi exhibition fxhfblCon xhiblGon ¬
Con by Grace E Atwater are chjxrmtntfr charmt charmtand charrrna1rand chjxrmtntfrand
and advantageously displayed dl3 d pia piayed yed Tiwr Tiwrform T1Hrform Tlie Tlieform
form a lovely bit of color and are rich in infinish Infinish 1nKnish
finish and composition A Misty DayNo Day DayNo DayNoS
No NoS 37 i and A Quebec Courtyard No Noappeal Noappeal C Cappeal
appeal esoecially to the eye Miss MI At Atwaters Atwilters Atn
waters n aiets flowers grow invariably against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the loveliest bits of wall and she has a atalent abllent atalent
talent for discovering the richest possible possiblecorners poaIbleoornel possiblecorners
corners oornel where light shines in the artists aritttsway artistsway artiatsway
way and where one longs to sit down tofurther to tofurther tourther
further enjoy the surroundings surroundingsLeslie surroundlDgSJ surroundingsLaslfe
Leslie J esIle Jackson Is another artist who whofinds whofinds whofinds
finds Inspiration In Gloucester town and sadshe andshe aadshe
she exhibits this year car two views about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the the wharves one entitled The Town TownTower TownTower TownTower
Tower and the other Among Old OldWharves oldWhllTcs Old11harves
Wharves besides several other swetches swetchestreated swetohestreated swetaheatreated
treated In the transparent watercoldstyle watercolor watercolorstyle watercolorstle
style They are brl bright t attractive bite bitsof biteof biteof
of color pleasantly suggestive Suggestiye of summer sum summer summer ¬
mer days daysMathilde d1YsMathilde daysDiathnde
Mathilde Muedens Old Houses In Copenhagen Co Copenhagen Copenhagen ¬
penhagen No 4C Is fine rich and andpowerfully andpoerfullY andpoaerfuiiy
powerfully poerfullY rendered It Is one of the dis distinctly dlstfnUy distinctly ¬
tinctly Interesting Interestingfeatures features of the exhi exhibition exblbltlon exhibition ¬
bition This picture Jlctur together with sev several seve several ¬
eral e 1 others by the same artist shows the theeffect theetreet theeffect
effect of study stud There is great charm in intheir Intheir 1ntheir
their adjustment of detail and manipula manipulation manipulation maatipulatlon ¬
tion Miss Muedens more ambitions ambitionscontribution ambitionscontribution ambitionscontribution
contribution The Old Fiddler Is not so soskillfully IIJ IIJskUlfully soskillfully
skillfully drawn dra or well rendered in anyeta any anyway anywa
wa way waySeveral
Several pictures 1 > lctures by Walter Paris evince evincea
a delightful break from the conventional conventionalstiffness conventionalsUttrtess conventlonatstifitlesfi
stiffness of his drawing A breadth and andfreshness andfreshness andireshttess
freshness of spirit animates the streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and gardens where this artists dear de r IU IUtie it ittie ittie
tie peoplcofpaint peo leofpalnt stand sentinel It isdelightful is isdelightful Isdelightful
delightful work which n hich will surprisettrany surprise surprisemany SUrpriKmany
many into the conviction that an expan expansiveness expansheness expanstveness
siveness of talent will illuminate the theartists thertfsts thearttcts
artists final achievements achievementsE
E H Miller an expresident of the so society 30otety soetety ¬
ciety exhibits an excellent e < cellent picture enti eritltled entitled C 1tf 1tftied ¬
tled The Passing Mist Edwin Lama Lamasure Lam Lamsure Lamasure
sure jr shows n poetic loetlc treatment of the theLoudoun tbeLoudoun theLoudoun
Loudoun Hills Elizabeth Shippen Grcenhas Green Greenhas Greenhes
has three characteristically characterlstlcnlh delicious con conptfon8 concaptions j jceptlons
captions ptfon8 that are familiar famfUartbrough through mag mat1l mat1lzlno megazlno i izlne
zlno Illustrations Victor MIndeleff ex exprosses cxprosses j
prosses his fanciful and decorative talent talentIn talentIn j
In a 9 daintily workodout ork dout panel pal l called calledI can canLotus calledIAtus
I Lotus > tus Pods the excellence and grace graceof ac acot j
ofHattle ot Hattie E Burdettes Romany and andTwilight andTwlUght
Twilight Twilight compel com el ones forgiveness s for forthe torthe forthe
the appearance of the Inartistic Portrait Poriraltexhibited Portraithlbited 1 1exhibited
exhibited hlbited by Miss BurdetteLoden Burdette BurdetteLuden BurdettLucJen
Luden Powell is happy in i his handling handlingof
of Misty Mfst Evening in the Grand Canyon CanyonE
E C Messer Is represented by A Bit ofGreenwich of ofGreenwich orGreenwich
Greenwich Tarn Mists ns15 by William WilliamFuller WIlliamFeUer R7liiamFuller
Fuller Curtis strikes a dramatic note
and Is next In beauty to Castle Peril Perilous PerIlOUIO PertlCharles ¬
ous Charles W Hudsons Sentinel ishardly is ishardly Isardly
hardly ardly up to the Japanese standard Dora DoraMurdock DomMurdock Doralfurdock
Murdock president of the Baltimore Club Ctubexhlbts Clubexhibits Clubexhibits
exhibits a good river study Constance ConstanceWhites ConstanceVhl ConstanceWhltos
Whites Vhl es two animal studies are splendidly splendidlydone splendldldone splendidlydune
done and without competition eompet tlon in the ex exhibit exhlblt exhiblt ¬
hibit Una Clark shows welldrawn a pic picture picture picture ¬
ture that might have come out of Spot Spottesstown Spotlea Spotleestown
tesstown lea town Edwin L Morse is recognized recognizedin
in a 8 sunshiny outofdoor outof door picture andDilas and andMiss andMias
Miss Alice C Foster shows a crisp and andfresh andfresh andfresh
fresh study of Warwick CastleTho Castle CastleThe CastleTho
Tho flower work is the best b st ever exhib exhibited exhibIted exhibited ¬
ited by the club The pictures by Miss MissSaunders DressSaunders
Saunders Miss 1U a Sherman Miss US Messer MesserMrs MesserIrs Dtessordrs
Mrs Irs Kerlin Miss McCord Miss Ieliysad Kelly Kellyand lly llyand
and Miss 1 ilss Van der Veer are thoroughly do dolightfuL doIIghtfuL doIlahtful
lightfuL lightfuLWilliam IIghtfuLVlUlam IlahtfulWilliam
William Fuller Curtis Pride Is a stun stunning stunnIng stunning ¬
ning piece of decorative work The burn burning burning burnhrg ¬
ing of the wood and the magnificence of ofcoloring otcoICiring ofcoffering
coloring are splendidly achieved achlocedIn achievedIn
In lighter vein yet extremely decora decorative decorative decorntive ¬
tive is Spencer Baird Nichols Nl hola Tho Deco Deoosator Decorator D6 O Orator ¬
rator of Vases It is a 8 piece of tenderly tenderlywrought tenderlywrou tenderlywroubbt
wrought wrou ht painting that bears be rs the closest closestscrutiny closestscrutiny closestscrutiny
scrutiny and is 1 most effectively framed framedCaroline framedCaroline framedCaroBne
Caroline S Yardleys miniatures are un unqualifiedly unquaJlftedly unqualiflediy ¬
qualifiedly the best ever exhibited by the theclub theclub theclub
club In Its breadth of treatment theStudy the theStudy theStudy
Study of an Old Woman Is u rebuke to tothe tothe tothe
the overclean nicety of the average mitln mirinture mitlnture mlr1nture
ture painter whose work too often resem resembles rescmbIes rosembles ¬
bles the cover decoration on a ft toilet boxa boxJudged box boxJudged boxJudged
Judged as a whole the exhibition Is ansrtlatloand an anartistic anartlttcand
artistic artlttcand and it should be a u pecuniary pecuniarysuccess pecunlnrySUCCe88 pecunlarysucceas
success The prices of the pictures are arecatalogued arccatalogued arecatalogued
catalogued and a courteous agent in incharge Inc1aarge incharge
charge furnishes ready r uiy information InformnUon with withregard withregard withregard
regard to the purchase of all II works of artThere art artThere artThere
There was a large attendance during the theday theday theday
day hours of Saturdays exhibition and andthe andthe andthe
the evening reception from 8 to 11 oclock oclockattracted oc1ockattracted oclockattracted
attracted the artistic element of Washing Washington W35hlngton rsshtngton ¬
ton society in flattering numbersThe numbers numbersThe numbersThe
The officer for the present prs nt year Jc r are asfollows aa aafollows ufollows
follows James Henry Moser president presidentBertha presidentBertha presidentBertha
Bertha E Perrie vice president Grace E EAtwater EAtwater EAtwater
Atwater secretary HeretaI and Carl Yeller Wellertreasurer FellerUeasnrer Yellertreasur
treasurer treasurerThe treasur UeasnrerThe r rThe
The board of managers is composed of ofRobert ofRobert ofRobert
Robert Coleman Child chairman andV6illlam and andWilliam andWtlUam
William Fuller Curtis MathlWe Muedon 3IuedonJames MuedonJames MuedoRJames
James Henry Moser otter Bertha E Perrie PerrieGrece PerrieGrace PetrieGrace
Grace E Atwater and Carl Mellor WellorThe WellerTIM MellorThe
The exhibition will ri11 be open to the public publicdally pubUcdally publicBatty
dally from November 28 S to December IS ISVOICE 11VOIOE It ItVOICE +
Reading of Letter from Mrs Ir Jeffer Jefferson Jc1er1I0n Jefereon ¬
son DavlM DnI Dn iH Causes u Sensation SensationGulfport SenllntlonGuUporl ScnantlonGulfport
Gulfport Miss u Nov ov 21Tbe 31 The reading readingof readingof readingof
of a private I1vate letter from Mrs JeffersonDavta Jefferson JeffersonDavis JetrenonDavia
Davis te t Judge Kimbrough her counsel counselwhich coun counselrhich el elwhich
which she had requested to be kept invlolate In Inviolate InYIollite ¬
violate until after her death has caused causedquite causedquite causedgnlte
quite a enaatJ0n throughout throu ut Mississippi Mississippibecause 1lIssisstpplI litsstesipplbecause
because of Mrs Davis reasons reu ns for liv living 1Ivlac Iiving ¬
ing in New York and allowing her hus husbands husbands husbaads ¬
bands remains to be taken to Richmondinstead Richmond RichmondInstead Rtchmondblstead
Instead of being buried in Beauvoir Theletter The Theletter Tbeletter
letter was read before tM th meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Daughters of the Confederacy in ex executive executive oxecnttte ¬
ecutive session and the reang was retxtved re received received ¬
ceived In silence The letter Is a a lengthyone lengthy lengthyone lengthyone
one and is said to be rather caustic in insome InBOID8 insetae
some parts and Indulges in some tort tartcritfclans tortcriticisms tllrtcntlct8ma
criticisms of Mississippis public men of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the period at which it was written sixYearn six sixyears x xYeaR
years ago 0 One paragraph para ph in the letter lettersays lettertbat lettersays
says that her choice for a resting place placefor placetor placetor
tor her husband was Beauvoir and shecauid she shecould sbecould
could not afford 5WQO a year the expenae ex expense expe ¬
pense pe tret necessary neee ary to guard it It She says saysthat santhat soyathat
that while Louisiana and Virginia were wereanxious werean wereanxious
an anxious to1JS to have the remains Mississippi Mississippiwas Mtsatafpplwas
was silent until mt after the body had been beenInterred beenJntened beaninterred
Interred In Richmond and then only a aletter aJetter afetter
letter was written The body was keptbt kept keptIn keptlit
In New Orleans a year pending the de decision dechiton e edabrt ¬
cision over a final resting place placeOne plaeeOne PlaceOne
One of the prominent Daughters Da hter5 of the theConfederacy theCOnfederacy theC
C Confederacy from the Mississippi Deltaaay3 Delta Deltasays O1ay
says y she will write a leter in reply to be bepublished bepublIBhed beynbltahed
published in every paper In the StateTire State StateThe SUU8The
The matter has ha caused much bitternessand bitterness bitternessand bltterne s sancl
and resentment resentmentUNDEE reHAbaentUNDER reeeatmeatUNDER
West Virginia Busts n Trnt IVlth ltithoat IU IUont 1 1Ohio
ont Any LClfsJntlon nt An AnOhio AIIOhb
Ohio has an effective antitrust law but butthe butthe butthe
the common law seems to be sufficient nt clent for forthe forthe forthe
the regulation of monopolies engaged en ged in isthe inthe 1ftthe
the restraint of trade The Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of West We test t Virginia which bus no nostatute nostatute frosGttuie
statute covering the case has as just de decided decided decided ¬
cided that under the common l law w the thecontract UMcontract tbtoonttact
contract of twenty t nt coke companies comnle r vest vesting vestIng t ting ¬
ing In the Pocahontas Company the right rightto riptto rightto
to sell eel th their ir product and to fix the price prkefor pricefor pr1cifor
for the same me thus thu ending competition begreen be between between ¬
tween the subsidiary companies eontp nles is void voidThe voidThe vddThe
The decision was as nude m a suit brought broughtby brouhtb broughtby
by b the agent eDt or hoIdln holding company to en enforce enforce enforce ¬
force the contract ccnt t against a Inst a number of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th underlying < < companies which with withdrew ttIthdrew 1th 1threw ¬
drew rew from rom the monopolistic arrAngementTha arrangement arrangementThe arrlngementThe
The finding practically places under the theban theban theban
ban of the common law any combination combinationto coru lnotlon lnotlonto
to control and regulatw the sale and to tofix toftx tofix
fix the selling price of any article of oftrade oftrade oftrade
trade aDd nd defines the authority of thepeople the thepeople thepeople
people of the State to restrain monopolies monopoliesin
in the absence of a stiecial prohibitoryDr prohibitory
Dr AV I K Chandler Is Dead DeadBethlehem DeadBethleh DeadBethlehem
Bethlehem Bethleh Bethlehem m Pa Nov No Jl IIll Ill for a a year yearwith YOftrwith yearwith
with a complication of diseases Dr Will William WUIJam fli flifam ¬
Jam H Chandler emeritus professor of ofchemistry ofchemist ofchemistry
chemist chemistry at Lehigh University Unlverslt Unh ersity died yesterday yes yesterday es esterday ¬
terday He was sixtyfive years ears old For a abrief abrief abrief
brief period two years ears ago Dr Chandlerwho Chandler Chandlerwho Chandlerwho
who Is prominent promlnt > nt among scientific men menwas menwas menwas
was acting president of Lehigh
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F Free Ee Lunch LunchFor LunchF Lunchtor
For F or everyone ever one present P PPIenty resent at this sale salePlenty salePlenty
Plenty for all including hot cof coffee coffee coffee ¬
fee Served 1230 12 30 p m
Dr Shaw haw Doesnt Approve ApproveSuffragette ApproveSuffragette n nn ro T e
Suffragette S n rla ette Ways WaysSAYS WaysSAYS fia Y YY s
President of American Womans Suffrage Suf Suftrugc Snffruge
trugc Association Talks of ReeeutInppcninga Recent RecentHnppeninK RecentIInppenln
HnppeninK 8 In EnglandPhnses England Phases ofCampaign of ofCampaign ofCanlpnfgn
Campaign in That Country CountryThink CountryThinkSouth CoantryThinksSouth Thinka ThinkaSouth
South Good Field for Agitation AffltntionDr
Dr Anna Howard Shaw president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National American Womans SuffrageAssoohttton Suffrage SuffrageAssociation SutfrngeAssoolution
Association and globetrotter in n ordinarytalked ordinary ordinarytalked ordinarytalked
talked about the Suffragettes of England Englandto
to a Baltimore News reporter recently recentlyThe rcentIyThe ncentlyThe
The Suffragettes she repeated after aftertho aCtortho afterthe
tho reporter Oh yes I know know some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them and I was In London Just beforethe before beforethe beforethe
the thing happened which has made so somuch somuch somuch
much talk here her In the first place I Iwish Iwish Iwish
wish to say that the actions of thosenomett those thosewomen th05Ewomen
women have been much exaggerated bythe by bythe bythe
the newspapers and also that they must mustnot mustnot mustnot
not be judged by American Ideas Id 88 as to towhat tohat ton
what n hat Is proper behavior at a meeting meetingI
I must preface my remarks also by bysaying bysayIng bysaying
saying that the Suffragettes are not Connected con connected connected ¬
nected in any way with ith the English EnglishWomans EnglishWoman EnglishVotnana
Womans Woman Suffrage Association They Theywished TheywIshed Theywished
wished to Joiivlt jol jafft > rlt t but the latter associa association JUlwcJatfon association ¬
tion did not approve of their methods and andwould andwould andwould
would not admit them themNow themNow themtiow
Now then when the Radicals ofEngland of ofEngland otEngland
England wished wl lMd to go into power thoy theyapproached thoyapproached thoypproaehed
approached these women with Ith a a proposi proposition propollCon propoaitlon ¬
Con telling them that if they would wouldwork wouldwork wouldwork
work for or their party and help It to win winthe winthe winthe
the Radicals in return would favor favorwomans favorwomans favorwomans
womans suffrage The Suffragettes Suffragettesthereupon SUrrragettostberoupon 5rt3tragottosthereupon
thereupon worked with all their mighttor might mightfor mighttor
tor the Radicals and when the latter lattercame lattercame lattercame
came into power looked for their re reward reward reward ¬
ward of course But the men put them themoff themorr themoti
off wit vague YAg promises and finally finan didratMag did didnothing didnothing
nothing at all It was then that the Suf Suffragettes Sufiracettes Sufittugettes ¬
fragettes took extreme measures measuresInterrupting measureIntcrruptlnJ tneasttreeInterrupting
Interrupting Meetings MeetingsIt Jreet1nJ Jreet1nJIt
It fe quite usual u ual in n England to inter interrupt Interrupt lnterrnpt ¬
rupt a meeting by asking questions que tJou For Farlenience Forinstance ForIMtaDce
instance to use an American illustra illustration lI1ustratloa ntnstrarties ¬
ties if a speaker were talking about aboutGeorge aboutGeorge aiwutGeorge
George Washington when beD he should betalklag be betalking betalkl
talking talkl g about the tariff < he HI would be sure sureto sureto sateto
to be interrupted with shouts of Why Whydon Wbydon VShydon
don t you discuss live Issues r We dont dontwant dontwant donLwant
want to u hear that and other things ofthat of ofthat orthat
that sort What hat would be considered ex extremely extremely extretnely ¬
tremely unruly unrul here te considered not notImproper notImproper notImproper
Improper there thereWell tlMreWeD theretien
Well the Suffragettes interrupted a ameeting am atneetMg
meeting m etlng with questions q1N tloa and because theywere they theywere the thewere
were women W wor ea II and ad not men m the police > were werecalled Werecalled serecalled
called in to take them out In doing so sosome 90me sogame
some me of the pot4cet policemen ea showed aho ed them great greatindignity great1a41 greatitdtgttlty
indignity 1a41 ty and this the women resented resentedwhich resentedVoateh resentedR
which R hkh oC course threw greater con contumely contumely cortntrtly ¬
tumely on them than ever for the pa papers papers papers ¬
pers did not JM t report the th actions of the Us pe peHeemen poHcelneD pelioeattes
Heemen and it t did report the actions ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the women womenIt VoOlneRIt RvortrenIt >
It ist I Se generally erall admitted in Englandthat England Englandthat Englaoothat
that the Suttn Suffragettes ettas tt have Bona ton more for forsuffrage forrcrage forsttftcage
suffrage rcrage in the th hm year than the suffra suffragists sufiraSietg luarasave ¬
gists have save la twenty years The president presidentOf
o Of t the English Suffrage Association is isLady isLad isLady
Lady Lad Frances Balfour The association associationheld associationheld associationheld
held a meeting in Albert Hall Hal not long longago 10DgAgO longago
ago Lady Somerset and Lady Aberdeen Aberdeenwere Aberdeenwere Aberdeentiara
were there and many of the most conspkuona con conspicuous conspicuous ¬
spicuous women in the country There Therewere ThereVoere Therewere
were ringing speeches M full of wit and andwisdom aDdwlldom andwisdom
wisdom and loglcaad logic and the pagers gavethem gave gavethem gaethem
them about a quarter of a columnT column columnTliey columnTJCT
Tliey T er Have Helped Cause CanoeBat CauseBat CauseBut
Bat along come these th Suffragettes and andask andask andask
ask a few questions in Parliament and andthey andthey andUrey
they are given columns in the newspapers newspapersall
all over the world Wld It has helped the thecause th thca theCatlSe
cause ca CatlSeBat causeBet
Bet they tbe are such eft dreadfullooking pea peopie veople peaple
ple objected the reporter reporterI
I wish wt you feu could have seen the little littleold lItt1f1ok Itttl Itttlold
old old woman who rho led the working womenfrost women womenfrom womenfrom
from Manchester and the other maautacturing manufac manufacturing manur3Cturing ¬
turing cities to Parliament said Dr DrShaw DrShaw DrShaw
Shaw She was a Mrs Irs Elmey a tinyrattle tiny tinylittle tinylittle
little oerson 18r n with two corkscrew curls curlsover curlsover curlsover
over each ear and the sweetest faceYou face faceYou i iYou
You know no member of Parliamentreceives Parliament Parliamentreceives ParUamentreceives
receives a salary and his constituency constituencyis constftuenc constftuencIf
1 If is assessed for his support Now the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women In the weaving mills were assessed as assessed ased ¬
sessed ed more than the men and so when whenthe wh4 whenthe > n nthe
the new member was elected they the dcctined dc dcdined d dcllned
dined to pay the assessment until they theyhad j i
had interviewed him as to his stand on onthe onthe I Ithe
the suffrage question And so they came camein cameIn cameIn
in a long procession rroces on headed by this Mrs MrsElmey MrsElme MrsRlmep
Elmey Elme some some of them with children In Intheir inthefr intheir
their arms Of course cour many of them themwere tl1ernwere themttere
were roughlooking but of o the ones who whoare whoare vhoare
are now In jail several are finelooking finelookingwomen finelookingwomen finelookingwomen
women And indeed some of thesewent these thesewent thesewent
went to jail to keep the working women womenfrom womanfrom womenfrom
from going because the husbands and andchildren andchUdrn andchildrsn
children of the latter depended de ended on them I
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Free Lots LotsTwo LotsTwo LotsTwo
Two lots will be given a aone given away awayone awayone awe
one to toa a lady and one to a gen gentIeman Bentleman gen gentleman ¬
Cars Leave LeaveFifteenth LeaveFifte LeaveFifteenth
Fifteenth Fifte nth and G Sts Northwest NorthwestFirst NorthwestFirst NorthtivestFirst
First car leaves 10 a m Last Lastcar L Eastcar st stcar
car leaves II a m
Terms of ofSale
Sale SalePurchasers
Purchasers are only oral Y Yto required requiredto
to pay 100 CASH the th balance balancecan bala balancecan cE cEcan
can be paid in m installments of ofSLOO f
SLOO 100 monthly 5 per cent offfor off oftfor offfor
for cash
Ladles who had not done a thing disorderly disor disorderly disorderly ¬
derly took the places In the dock of poor poorwomen poorwomen poorwomen
women who hadSome had hadSome badSome
Some of the Suffragettes Suffragettes are women womenof womenof womenof
of excellent birth and are very handsome hand handsome handsome ¬
some and refinedlooking refinedlookingDoesnt refinedlookIngDoesnt re ned looking lookingDoesnt
Doesnt Approve e of Their Blethod DlethodsDo BlethodDo ltIcthodDo
Do you approve of their methods methodsthe methodsthe methodsthe
the reporter asked point blank blankNo blankNo blankNo
No I do not replied Dr Shaw after aftersome aftersome aftersame
some thought I should rather suf suffrage suffrage suffrage ¬
frage would not come in my time than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that our women should do such things thingsbut thingsbut thingsbut
but the fact remains that the Suffrag Suffragettes SutlragcUes Suflragottes ¬
cUes have aroused Interest on the subject sub subject subject ¬
ject In EnglandApropos England EnglandApropos EnglandApropos
Apropos of the election in n Oregon at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which womans suffrage was defeated defeatedDr defeatedDr defeatedDr
Dr Shaw had this to say Everynegro Every Everynegro Everynegro
negro Indian and Chinaman in n the State Statevoted Statevoted Statevoted
voted agatnstaufirnge against suffrage so did all the theloafers tholoafers theloafers
loafers the trusts worked R orked against us usand usund usand
and still wo received 37000 votes votesa ot05o a WOn WOnderful wonderful wonderful
derful showingVo showing showingWe showingVo
We Vo had women omen watchers at all the thepolls thepolls thepolls
polls in Portland and we found thatearly that thatoarly thatcarly
early In the th morning when men were go going goIng going ¬
ing to work tt ork the vote for suffrage was washeavy wuheavy washoary
heavy Later in the forenoon orenoon the vote votewas votewas votewas
was against it It Again at the noon hourthe hour hourthe hourthe
the vote was for it t later against It andas and andas andas
as the men were tt ° ere going home at night nightthe nighttile nightfire
the vote was for it itThinking It ItTltlukluJ itTlrinlang
Thinking Men Voted for Suffrage SaIIragcAlso SuffrageAlso SuffrageAlsO
Also AlsO the men who voted a a straightticket straight straightticket straightticket
ticket voted against suffrage It was the thethinking thethinking thethinking
thinking man manhe he who voted for the man manhe manhe manhe
he considered con ldered best bestwho who voted oted for suf suffrage suffrage suffrage ¬
frage There is encouragement In this thisAnd thisAnd thisAnd
And what will be your you next point ofattack of ofattack orattack
attack attackOklahoma attackOklahoma attackOkhthoma
Okhthomawhen Oklahoma OklahomaWlien OklahomaWhen
When will you begin on Maryland MarylandWhen Diaryfand1Vben 1 1Wben
When you ou get the initiative and refeK refeKendum rcfer rcferendum referfendum
endum and more enlightenment enlightenmentThat enUghtenmentThat enNghienmenLThat
That is where whM you u are wrong said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the reporter You would tvortldstand stand a a betterchance better betterchance betterchance
chance of gaining your OUr object here than thanin thanIn thanin
in the Western Ve torn State I believe belteveMaybe believeIIlbe belkve3taybe
Maybe IIlbe so replied r plled Dr Shaw 1 am aminclined amInclined amtncllned
inclined to believe myself that the South Southis SouthIs Souths
is s to become our most successful field fieldEIVEE fieldRIVER fieldRIVER
Dr Davis Dav Tells of Work ork Before theGeogrnphlc the theGeographic theGcogrnpr1c
Geographic Society SocietyDr SocletTDr SocietyDr
Dr A P Davis assistant chief chle engineer engineerof
of the United States Reclamation Ser Service Servlee Servke ¬
vice delivered a 8 lecture before the theNational theNational theNatbaal
National Geographic Society on TheGrant The TheGreat TheGreat
Great New Lkfe in Southern Cali California California Callforahr ¬
fornia Made by the Colorado Cola ado River Dr DrDavis DrDavis DrDavla
Davis who has au been engaged on the thework thework thework
work said the Colorado RJver I tver el Had beendirected been beendirected beendirected
directed again to Its natural channel at atcost ata ata
a a cost eo t of HMMM HMMMBetween 54OIIIOttBetween 4 4Between
Between Wt r l and 8W a aP fiat at cars sixty lo locomotives 10comotiv looomotlves ¬
comotives comotiv andabout and about a out 4G9I I men were engaged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged in the task Ten years will pass passthe P888the peasthe
the lecturer lecttr r said before the lake will willbe wfilbe in inbe
be dry The next step is 1 the construc construction construction constructlon ¬
tion of levees leY twenty miles in length to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the river from again changing
its natural course The lecture was il illustrated illustrated t tlustrated ¬
lustrated lustratedHOADLEY lustratedHOADLEY lustratedHOADLEY
International Povrcr Po cr Stock Suit to Be BeTried BeTried BcTrlcd
Tried AgainNew Again AgainNew A ln lnNew
New York Nov 34Tbe 31 The judgment for forJ
5910 J l 001 > obtained by William B Franklin Franklinand Franklinand Franklinand
and George Isham Scott sgaiast JosephHeadley Joseph JosephHoadley JosephHoadley
Hoadley and Joseph Leiter has been reversed re reversed reversed ¬
versed by the appellate division of the theSupreme theSupr theSapreme
Supreme Supr me Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtTho
The suit was based on transactions tnm aetlons in inthe Inthe inthe
the purchase of Internailaral International Pswer Company Com Company ¬
pany stock iock It is s claimed the defendseta defend defendants defendau ¬
ants au formed a pool n with 1th Cyrus Cyr Field Jud Judson Judson Judson
son and dealt in thousands of shares un until UDtli until ¬
til the crash came Errors In n the th the admis admission admission admissbn ¬
sion of evidence caused the reversal reversalas
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story story and cellar Fufnace heat heatG
6 rooms and tiled bath
Plate glass ass doors Tiled vestibules vestibulesWell yesUbules1VelI vestibulesSVeI
1407 F FSlreet Street N W
Free Tickets TicketsCan TicketsCan TlscketsCan
Can be secured at Rooms 201 2oIzo
zo 202 Maryland Iarland Building or at thecars the thecars thecars
cars on the morning of the sale sal
a MondaY9 day9 November 261906 261906THE Z6 X906 X906THE
Laca Location LocationThis non nonThis
This beautiful subdivision of
800 lots the addition to DAN DANIELS DANIELS DA T TIELS ¬
IELS PARK is bounded by b Y Ymain the themain themain
main steam and electric line be between bef between ¬
f tween Washington and Laurelprice Laurel LaurelPrice LaureLPrice
Price of Lots LotsThese LotsThese LotsThese
These valuable lots will pos P os ¬
itively be sold under the th ham hammer hammee llammer ¬
mer This will be the greatest greatestopportunity g 0 0opportunity eatest eatestopportunity
opportunity of a lifetime to se secure secure securelots ¬
cure curelots lots cheap chew P
Free F ree Music MusicA M USIC
A popular brass band has been beenengaged beenengaged beenengaged
engaged for the occasion and andwill andwiII gildwill
will be in in attendance all day da
No Excuse ExcuseFor ExcuseFor XCtISe XCtISeFor
For not owning ownin7 your your r own ownhome ownhome
home No interest no taxes un until until until ¬
til lot is paid for forRemember forRemember forRemember
Remember the termsLots terms termsLots termsLots
LotsHi Lots LotsHigh LotsHigh
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plenty trees wide streets stores storesschools storesschools storesschools
schools churches telephone telephonetelegraph telephonetelegraph telephonetelegraph
telegraph wood and nd coal yards yardsSeeing yardsSeeing yards yardsSeeing
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Lawns Sid SidYou Sides SidesYou
You Cant Afford to o Pay Rent When You Can BOY One of ofThese ofThese ofThese
These Houses on a Rental BasisT Basis BasisTwo BasisTwo
T Two vo stories six rooms large modern bath open nickel nid l plumb plumbing plumbing plumbing
ing marble washstand good closets clos ts very large pantry pan p2ntr porcelain porcelainsink porcelainsink porcelainsink
sink and large dresser in kitchen combined gas arid aridco coal l range rangeconcrete rangeconcret rangyconcrete
concrete cellar under entire house guaranteed furnace furnaceSEE furnaceSEE furnaceSEE
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November Nlaver e 27 27The 7 7Tlie
The choice of the lots of South Laurel will be given away to tothe tothe Wthe
the person holding the lucky ticket as determined by the visitors visitorspresent visitorspresent visitorspresent
present presentwill
will be served at I oclock We Ve run a a free fre excursion both from fromBaltimore fromBaltimore fromBaltimore
Baltimore and Washington ashinaton Train leaves B O station at 10 10oclock 10oclock tooclock
oclock a m Call at our office offic for free tickets or get them from fromour fromour fromovr
our agents wearing Laurel Badges at the Station StationCREATER StationR
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