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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, February 14, 1909, Real Estate and Building Section, Image 21

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A H Humphries HluJPhdea Discusses the theQuestion theQuestion
Question of Preference In the theBritish theBJfIah
British Empire and Its Probable ProbableEffect ProbableEffect
Effect on the Pool in the Inter International International ¬
national Grain Markets MarketsLondan 1InrketsLond
Londan Lond Feb It 1 Ia a lecture oa Pro Prodttotfcm Prouotllm
dttotfcm of Wheat la the British Empire Empirebald Empirebeld
bald at the Society of Arts Earl Carring Carringtoe Carrtagton
toe ton president of the board of agriculture agriculturepresiding agrlouU1IrepcufdDS
presiding A B Humphries Hum a a prominent prominentexpert pmmtDeDtexpert
expert oa all matters connected with withwaeat withwheat
waeat wheat and a a practical miller and farmer farmersave farmetgac
save sexac interesting facts relating to tothe tot
the t e worlds demarl dema 1 and supply of wheat wheatHe wbeBtHe
He said that the world could be b assured assuredof assoredof
of a suffldeacy of wheat at moderate moderateprices modenteprlces
prices pricesIt prlcesIt
It might even get a sufficiency at low lowprices owprlces
prices with the help of the bebmlst botanist the thechemist e ec
chemist c emlst aad an the engineer e glnes IB the last lastthirty Jastthirty
thirty years tne population of the United UnitedKiagdom UllitedKmdom
Kiagdom had grown by ttKXUGG bet the theacreage thcaOre
acreage ge of wheat w eBt had decreased by over over1S3
1S3 1331000 COQ acres or roughly rou 4 per cent centIt centtt
It tt had been the custom for many maD years yearsto ear earto
to assume that wheat growing ia Eng England EagaDd ¬
land was not profitable but oa aa aver average aV8lage ¬
age of years his personal experience did didaet didt
aet > t bear that out outIn eatIn
In Australia an average of MMM MMMacres Uii Uiiacres
acres had been attained Although the theincrease Utelneroese
increase ki wheat acreage ws arrived at atby atb
by irregular stagey they found that m mthe in inthe
the period when the poautatioa JHtttoaDearly had hadnearly
nearly doubted the acreage under wheat wheatactually w8ectactually
actually did so so Tbe average yield per peracre pelacre
acre in AusaHa A for the last six years yearswas yearswas
was 908 bushels at ataaaeJ1tge an average price of of31s of31s
31s Sd per r quarter in London LondonCanadian L8AdeLCanadian
Canadian and Indian Onflook OnflookIn OnttookIn
In Canada every province Pnnrt grew sre some somewheat SOllIewh
wh wheat at and the average annual total totalyield tOClyjield
yield for the test five crops had been Ttt Ttta 1
a IY o or 3 per cent t of the worlds worI4fsheat
4 heat crop Canada was not DOt however howeveram
am Ideal wheatgrowing vbeatgrowt country but tt tthad Ithad
had tackled its difficulties in admirable admirablefashion admIrabiefDshjon
fashion The reputation n of Canidtan Canidtanwhat CaDldtaJtwhoat
what was deservedly high The cost of ofproduction ofprodu
production produ tion would in his opinion on average averageUs a ars
Us per quarter and the yield in the theNorthwest theNorthw
Northwest Northw t would be about 1 bushels bushelsper bushelsper
per acre acreThe acreThe
The amount of corn m exported to the theUnited tMtnited
United Kingdom from Canada ea had risen rIMa5h
5 5h per cent L nt of the total in JR3S07 to W Wper 1 Ifper
per cent ent in ISBC ISBCIn 19BtJ7In
In India the conditions of wheat grow growing growlag ¬
lag were w re very 4iS imlar to those in Aus Australia AatraI1a ¬
tralia and Canada Only I per cent of ofthe
the cutttrtod 1II Jd area was under wheat wheatAustrxBa wheattIIer
tIIer as and ii Pft ceDt Ja
AustrxBa and Northwest Canada Canadala
la I the Punjab the principal corngrowing ¬
ing area the yield y was an average of ofUS of1ZS
US busaete Mtsitels andlhrottgnont the country
ft was 2XK buebete per acre It was tm tmpossibfc
poS to foreteH what Indte could do in inthe IIItile
the way of exporting wheat for the thegrower thegrewer
grower in large districts bad many manystrings
strings to hi bow In HM India beaded beadedthe
the British Hst Bsto of wheat t anperte the thequantity
quantity being substantially t1a1l more than thanthose
those from Australia Austra New Zealand and andCanada
Canada combined COIAbI ed but that position had hadnot badDOt
not been maintained and drought had hadbrought had1xoupt
brought tae surplus for export very tow towfat
fat the current Indian fiscal year New NewZealand NewZeaJaDd
Zealand had a decreasing area under underwheat 1IDderWheat
wheat Wheat while the South African Colonies Coloniescould CoIoDJescould
could not supply their own requirement requirementand requlcemeedslid
and rust rust was a great scourge there thereThe tbereTb
The problem was to ADd a rastresiat rastresiating let letlag
lag wheat wheatPassing wIIe8LPae
Passing to the effect e t of price on IItIoJ1 produc productftne
tftne tIoJ1 Mr Humphries H said that tJaat having havingregard llaYiagreganl
regard to the unexhausted 1IDC 811 acreage att suit suitable RItaNe ¬
able for wheat growing b19g be did not an anticipate aatl ¬
tl ticipate lpate la normal circumstances any rise riseIK rtseIe
IK ihe price of wheat above Ms The ef efffct eCtfct
ffct of production on price was prompt promptthat prOIIIpttJ
that tJ at of price on production was much muchslower muchII
II slower nW r The international gram markets marketsmight marketsmight
might be called a pool rate hu which ex exporting exporting ¬
porting countries poured their surplus surplusThe surphIsThe
The margins of profit oa large trans transactions UAaSactIlns ¬
actions in wheat were exceedingly small smallHer SCM1IJer
Her quarter and there was no room for forsentiment tor3fltlment
sentiment Three halfpence per quarter quartervas rteras
vas as sufficient suftlct at to decide the destination destinationof de6ttaatJootany
of any wheat from the pool and if any anycountry AllYcnuntry
country or pert Imposed any tax or due dueon dueen
on wheat heat k was the buyer who paid it itapart It Itapart
apart from and beyond the price paid paidf paidinr
f inr rr the wheat in the International pooL pooLEffect poolEffect
Effect of Preference PreferenceIf
If a country could avoid v1 dealing deaJIa in the theintprnatioBal UtekltlCrnadeDal
intprnatioBal market aDd maintained m a aduty aQlty
duty on em wfceat 1IMftlts Its wheat W et markets JAar EW5 followed followedan
an Independent In course at a higher higherper higherperhaps per perhaps ¬
haps only slightly higher htgherJevel level of prices pricesthan pdcesthan
than that of the mtanmtioaal pool but butso batso
so long iDII as uk It depended for the sale orpurchase
purchase 1Mk d of a substantial tJaI part of its itswheat ItswtteBt
wheat on international lll trading the effects effectshe e4ectshe
he had indicated followed At present presenteach pre at ateac
each country of the British empire which whichhad wbichsurpius
had a surplus to get rid of of or needed to tosupply tJosappiy
supply by oversea Imports went as a sep separate separate ¬
arate uait to the theJRtemadoaat theJRtemadoaatmuket international grain grainmarket
market If aa imperial system of pref preferential preCereclttal ¬
erential treatment ia fiscal ft matters was wasset waslet
set up the tl e empire would be one unit la lathe Int
the t intematiottal market and until it itwas Itvas
was selfsupporting the exporting parts partsof 8rtsor
of it would realize aa advantage la price priceat priceat
at the expense ex e of the importing parts of ofIt
If Ia lAtho the course CMI O of time the empire e pire as asFrance
France bad now done for some e years yearsshould yearsBhouW
should rather more than balance bl ance its pro production produt1 < ¬
duction dut1 and requirements growers would wouldlose w9uIdk
lose k e some of the advantage and consum consumers ccaswae ¬
e ers be saved YetI some of the cot ot f the thepreference thepreterece
preference set up by law If If taking a avery a aOf
very Of long view vi the empire produced producedmore producedJIIwe
more tbaa it wanted and had to sell a asurplus aeither
surplus either the whole aftvaatage aftvaatageof a vantagot
of tae t a preference would be lost st to the thegrower e
grower gr wer ia the British empire or foreign foreigners ¬
ers would buy the surplus at a lower cost costthan
than our own consumers paid for f r their theiractual
actual I requirements requirementsBvea retlulrementst
t Bvea A If all tile wheat wheet shipped from fromAustralia fromA
A Australia Canada aDd India were taken takenby takenby
by tie British empire it would stitt be bea
a very long way from being selfsus selfsustaining selfs8statnlag ¬
taining so far r as wheat was concerned concernedFnr ooncelDedFr
Fnr many m 1y years to come come therefore tlIereCore the theColonial
Colonial or ladten seller could couki In his hisvtew hisftw
vtew of aa aD Imperial preference were given givenrely givenrely
rely on getting aa extra price ever aad aadabove 2DGanoe
above the value of wheat ia the interna international 1Aternat ¬
tional t na1 pool equal to the amount amou t of the theimperial Utetrnlerial
imperial preference but equally certain certainwas certalamLS
was he that the t e consumer of bread at atrate at atrny
rny rate la mUte the United Kingdom KI m would wouldve
1 ve to pay ptlJB j jB
B O Deal in Ohio OhioFurther OhioFlrther
Further conferences between represen represenUuives represenlalives
Uuives of CtnciaaaiS Hamilton and Day Dayton D y ytJD ¬
ton security holders 00 nd of the Baltimore Baltimoreand BsJ e eand
and Ohio ars Il being held held but thus far farwithout farv
without v lt 101Jt a definite agreellteDt agreement being reach reached reaced ¬
ed regarding the pert which k has been beeaproposed
proposed to have va the Baltimore BaltiMore and Ohio Ohioplay
play in the reorgaaizUoa r of the Dayton Daytonroad
road It is tseoDSidered considered probable that the theplan
plan p > n win work out as now proposed but butwrtll
wrtll l1tl a dennke lte eeoctesioa has been beenreached en
reached these engaged 3g ia the negotia negotiations negoUllltlOI13 ¬
tions areinpt are npt disposed to discuss it itten
Continued from Pose Pa One Onepardiaser Onepurcllaser
pardiaser Intends to toereet erect on the prop property pnapI pnapI43rt7Rd ¬
43rt7Rd erty d which whic is tor ewt approximately approximatelySS appt Ximatelr Ximatelrmooo
mooo SS OOQ The sale WaS made in connection oaecti9Rwith connectionwith
with Arthur D Addlson A dJsoI4 who represented representedthe
the former owner ownerPlans OWDelPIau
Plans for the erection ef a new ow hotel hotelnear oteIDe8r
near Union Station n plaza we Bearing JHIatI8geo Bearingcompletion
eo completion The hotel wWck Is to eon eontain eM eMaln
tain about 531 rooms rOGIftSan4lS and is to cost near nearly ¬
ly half a mWJon dollars wtH be erected erectedMassachusetts fteeftaMassadRlmtts
Massachusetts avenue enue and North C r rtoI a aHol
Hol street The Washington asI Herald an announced gJMMmCed ¬
nounced the fact that a hotel would be beerected kecect6d
erected in that neighborhood about 9o 08t six sixmonths 8Ixmouths
months ago and at that that lime also stated statedthat statetltJaat
that Adoipaus 6 Busch of St Loots Loutaothers among amongothers
others was flnaudaHy Interested m IB the theenterprise Uteeat1M
eat1M enterprise enterpriseWHitge fe feW11D
WHitge W11D e Gifebs 8 Daniel have ve seW tor torWOHam fOiWDIfaDt
WOHam Harris the handsome residence residenceat re klQlaCeat
at Thirteenth and Fairnraant streets Ce Ceterabia Ce Ce1umbla
terabia Heights The house is a three threestary tllreestOIY
stary structure of red pressed brick dck with withbrownstoae Witk1xOWDStODe
brownstoae ornannentadoc and an lsa8 thir thirteen thkteea ¬
teen rooms three baths baths and Is heated heatedby beatedhy
by hot water It occupies a lot 31 feet feetfront feetfront
front by a depth of 5S feet It Its Itst00d is under understood ¬
stood that StSM I was We paid for the prop property lKOIterty ¬
erty The house wilt be occupied by b Mrs MrsMary rs rsMary
Mary H w Fry the purchaser purchaserCharles purch8serCb
Charles Cb des Hall Darts of Petersburg Va Vachairman Ya Yacb3Jnnait
chairman of tne executive committee of ofthe 0tbe
the Southern Commercial Congress yes yesterday JEterda ¬
terda terday paid to representatives of CftztB CftztBnal CanIInal
nal Gibbons the n 16090 OOO installment due on onthe 011the
the oW St St Matthe Matthews 5 Church property propertyThis propert7This
This tract covering SSW square e feet feet is isto Isto
to be the site of the Southern Commercial CommercialCongress O Inmsela1Congress
Congress CongressBuys CongressBuys
Buys IlisKS Street House HouseWHlige HouseW1UIge
WHlige Gfbbs s Daniel have soidfor soidforA soIdr soIdrA
A A Dammann the t e threestory brick and andbrowsstone aJId1Jrownston
browsstone residence at 1737 Biggs street streetnorthwest streetnortkwest
northwest oa the north side side adjoining adjoiningthe 2djolnlagi
i the comer of Eighteenth street The Thehouse Thei
i house has a a handsome front of ofI red redpressed
I pressed secl brick and occupies a lot 31 feet feetfront feetfroat
front by a depth ef 95 feet The pac purchaser pacchaser ¬
chaser Dr Joseph D Rogers will occupy occupythe ocupJthe
the preaneas preIJII S as Ids office aDd residence residenceIt resIdeIIceIt
It is naderstood that 55751 SiiI was paid fer fertAo or ortho
tAo property propertyAmong
Among the recant sales by Moore Koeceam ft ftHffl
Hffl are a the foUewing foUewingFor f UewlaI >
I For Mrs L J Murray the tileproperty bootees booteesproperly
properly at 3S Fourteenth street north northwest DOIthwe ¬
west we t Just above a OWe U street The imftrove imftrovemente e eJDeMs
mente consist of a recently reeentJ remodeled remodeledbnOdiitg relllGll d da
bnOdiitg need as a cafe and dairy with wkha
a living apartment tIB8It OR the second floor floorThe doerThe
The property was acquired ed by 1 a local localredden
redden r as an investment investmentFor taftStMeetFor
I For 2epp Brother BrotIMn 9H9 Georgia G ave aveaue avemIe
aue to a party 17 who w wffi occupy same as asher ase asF
her home homeFor e
For F < John K K Heyl MS Georgia avenue avenueand curea eand
and for Jokn H Hedges H es m Irving Irvingstreet Intagstreet
street streetPV streetlPor
PV lPor r Harry Wardmasa Wanl te J DaHas DaHasGrady DaJIsGrady
Grady 2 2 1 Newark street Cleveland ClevelandPark CIeveIaIMIPark
Park ParkFor
ParkFer For Mzs Edtth Browne iSpeecs 1SPe 1M511U 1M511USixth 1 WI WISIxth
Sixth stooat southeast southeastFor sedtilllStPQro
For Harry Wardntan t Frank Jtk K KLamed K KLarAed
Lamed 34 GarftaW sMfet strbt Weodley WeodleyPark WoodleyPuk
Park ParkFor PukFoe
For J P Jordan IStt Tenth street streetnorthwest streetJl8rt
northwest northwestFor Jl8rt weBt weBtFee
For P J Jordan U Ii N street south southeast Aeast ¬
east east to H B T Johnson J H8 Irving I street streetFor 9creet 9creetFor
For Mrs Nellie B B Watsoa 135 18 Merl Merldian MerltBan
dian place northwest northwestFor t tFOt
For Charles P Powell Si Sacondstreet SacondstreetFor S cGAdKreetMGtXn
MGtXn 1 1For
For ChhyweH t Kite KIte one of their new newhoucoG HeWes
houcoG on Third street northeast near I Istreet Istnet
street and also US Twe Twentynrst street streetnorthwest streetaorthwe
northwest northwestFor t tFor
For Mrs Andrew B Graham let FIt Ftfteeath FIttwatb
teeath street northwest MB G street streetand streetaad
and the unimproved ed lot northeast cor corner ceraer ¬
ner Fifteenth and Corcoran Cec streets sireMBfor aad aador
for or Mrs AvarHte Lambert La rt in connection connectionwith C1 do doWWI
with WOllge Gfbbs Daniel to Bates BatesWarren BIdesWI1ftI
Warren five betiding lots at the confer confere cenMet
et e Goimnhja read and Sherman avenue avenueFxaakiia av8ll1leFiaa
Fxaakiia dIR T T Sanner has 11Mtbrougb purcnotd purcnotdthrough
through Moore oore k Hill a plot of ground groundon
on Lamer avenue size ii by TS 1iI feet feet aad aadH e4H
H A CasweH has purchased through throughthe th thtDe
the same nnn at 4 Sixth street aortnjast aortnjastSales BOrd 5t 5tSaleK
Sales liy Harry WaRBtaff WaRBtaffHarry VagtafLHarry
Harry A A Wagstaff Wa reports the fobow fobowtng foi owbig
big recent sales For Peter DienJ DieI Jr Jrpremises Jrpremtees
premises SK Sixth street southeast t to be beheld Deheld
held by the purchaser as an investment investmentIn
In connection with Boss l Pheips Iac IacPI Inc Incpremises >
premises PI S4 E street southeast te C c A AMeNaaght A AMe
MeNaaght Me a ght for investment For F A AHtmnann A AR
Htmnann R to H H G Douglass 4R F Fstreet Pstreet
street northwest DOrt W at about 4 A 09 for tOCbomeForHarryWar4maathroug a ahome
home bomeForHarryWar4maathroug For Harry Wardmaa through the thefirm tb8InR
firm of Shannon Luehs LueM premises 3K 3KFourteenth 9FoarteeBtit
Fourteenth street northwest nertII est to lies MiesLaura liesLaura
Laura V VFrencb French at f5 789 > For E E B BTownoend BToWD88d
Townoend six lots oa V street near nearNorth DearNorth
North Capitol C on which the purchasers purchasersE
E E K AmIty Co are to erect a row of ofdwellings ofdweDiags
dwellings to to be set back from the street streetto streetto
to give a wide parking parkingTaggartTnrlft p rkIRgTasgart
TaggartTnrlft Tasgart Thrift Company CelB reports the thesale thesale
sale of the home of Mrs W > J Wallace Wallaceat Wallaceat
at 1M 1Dt Twelfth street northwest t being beingtransferred 1teIAgtra1sterred
transferred to James F Frazer and E EH E ElL
H lL Taggart T for a a consideration said to tohave tohave
have been 15 15The 150011 150011The
The Wallace home is a 2 threestory threestorybrick threestGrybrick
brick containing Cl fourteen rooms and four fourbaths fewbaths
baths and fe furnished throughout oatta oattaanlwoed fa fahardwood
hardwood hardwoodThe anlwoedTJIe
The lot has a frontage of twentythree twentythreefeet tweAtytfeet
feet feet with a depth of HI feet The property prop preperty ¬
erty wlM be heM as an Investment by byits 1 y yIts
its new owners ownersKeeping OW1leJSKeeping
Keeping In Practice PracticeFwa Pra tlce tlcera
Fwa = Jadge JadgeYou 1eit1e9U
You 9U are in splendid lorra 9nB says s8Js the theleader theJeadr
leader of the band te the Uteb8s bass drummer drummerI
1 I must compttmeat yetr that after a asummer asummer
summer of idieaes you have nave lost none noneof IlMeor
of your technique tecl tlque Have you ytMt practiced practicedall
all the timer timerHavent time timeHVeRt
Havent touched Wtlc ed my drumstick since sincewe s6aeewe
we closed the season seasonBut seAenBut
But yoo must mUst nave done something to toretain toretain
retain your ability Unimpaired as you youhave JOUhave
haveWeil have
Weil I put In mosto UK > summer summerbeatiag
beating carpets
MADE OF G01RI1 G01RI1Permanent COt CRETE CRETEPermanent
Permanent Structure at atJohns atJOlIlS
Johns Hopkins University UniversityCOST
COST AEEBoXrn mrlf 500 500Gonglrnctlon 5 OO OOConatrudlon
Gonglrnctlon Far Excels Pine Plitn Plitnand PInnk PInnkand
and Han the Bennty and Laatln LaatlnQuality
Quality of Stone StoneIt It Marks Im Import ImlJortnnt
lJortnnt port ant Departure in Field o oCollege of ofCoIIcbe
College Athletic Sports SportsVn SportsP8a
Vn P8a ta tile Balttaere Nattwal al Cootrzctcr CoDmtcrIX ud BuSder BuSderTwo BandrTwo
Two onlversides Uft e especially stand st 1dout 1doutpromIQeaUy oui ouipromlnenUy
promlnenUy as bavin JlntDb permanent sranc srancstands grand grandSUUIds
stands hi form on of the ancient stadIum stadlunfor stadIumor
for or athletic contests co namely Harvarcand Harvard HarvardaM
and Syracose Universities and while whilethese whiletbese
these structares snouU be as perraaaenl perraaaenlas 1ermanentu
as tne oM stone S4roctores of the ancients ancientsthey areIentsth
they th nevertheless e1es6 cost much less thai thaistone thanstOlle
stone structures would have cost for the theare they theyare
are HAt of reenforced concrete the buUd buUdlog bulldCOB5tnIc
log coostrucdoa COB5tnIc on of today and the future futureNeverthelees futureev
Neverthelees ev Uae1es6 there are few colleges 01 01universities or oruwtersttles
universities which can afford to build t tstadium a ataIDum
stadium such as Harvard and Syracust SyracustUniveraitids SyrscuseCnlverllUQs
Univeraitids have MVe yat 3 t many could rom afforito romto
to construct a trussed tnIL concrete granc grancstand grand grandstaJId
stand such as was completed this sum summer Bummer
mer for the Johns 1 Hopkins University a aHomewood at atHomewood
Homewood the beautiful new home o othe of ofthe
the university universityThis mdYecsitylII6s
This grandstand graM staBclls is unique and doubtless doubileswin doubtlesswtII
win be the type Q of many s4mHar ones fo foother or orother
other colleges and universities for iftih iftihnot tdidcoet
not cost very ery large sum and it Is well welwithin wellwtthIu
within the means of the average vnlver vnlverty unlverJ
ty J or alumni association which pridei prideitsetf prIdes prIdest
tsetf or its ahna mater and desires t troster to toroster <
roster ami assiK its athletic features featuresAJumnt featur s sIUumnl
AJumnt Tlfeht Bnild Them t tla tJIf
la fart many y alnmanuus alDman could easily of offord nfon
ford to1 spend SIet M for f a structure elm elmUr sImIlar
Ur to this when be could not afford ti tibund to tobaIhI
bund a biological hiboratory J or dermltorjcosting dermltorj dermlto17sneral
costing several times that amount anc ancat and andat
at the same tune his name could be per perpetuated perJaaa8
petuated as the donor of the grand stand staikwho standwho
who did most to encourage e athietfa athietfasports ath1etJesports
sports When students have suitable suitalihgrand suitableJnUHI
grand stands for their friends frie s from which whiclto whichto
to view athletic contests they will ua uadonbtediy undoubtecJly
donbtediy take more interest ia athletics athleticsThe ath1ctlcsThe
The Johns Hopkins grand stand has hastotal b a atocal <
total length of lit feet and a total width wldtlnot widthJI8t
not Including front steps of 37 feet feetinches f fIuebes
inches the seats are 2 feet 3 inches wide wideand widetuMl
and IS inches high so that each specta spectator spectator
tor has an unobstructed uao view of the field fieldThere fieldrJIere
There are 12 rows of seats the top oat oatbeing ORebeIag
being widened out to 9 feet so o as to fOnD forapromenade fOnDpcC1II
pcC1II promenade promenadeThe II IITIle >
The stttad faces about north by east eastso eacrt eacrtso
so that tho sun shines oa the backs o othe ot otthe
the spectators bXs even eft hue in the afternoon afternoonand afternoonDid
and atace the stand is onty used in tb tbspring the theg <
spring g and autumn taera is no need o oK ot otroofter
K root roofter f r Ute sunsUno wiU be very wel welcome weleeme
come to the Spectators tCKS OR a cold raw rawday raw4iQ
day 4iQCharacter
Character of the 3Intcrlal 3IntcrlalThe JlntcrlnlTIle
The seats see promenade de belt course cou e ant anttop and andtop
top of the hand rail are composed oi oigranolithic or orgraaoUtIdc
granolithic mixture applied with Living Livingstone LingeRe
stone Bond troweled smooth and hard hardthe banitile
the risers of seats are plastered with t tcement a acement
cement costing applied with LivingstonBond Livingston Umgst9neBead
Bond white the hand rail and exter exterlor exterIor
lor portions s have a moustic finish applied appHeiby appliedb
by being sprinkled on with a broom broomIn broomIa
In order te avoid the discomfort dl9COll fort at attending 9ott
t tending sitting on the concrete seats re removable re removable
movable wooden seats composed o othree oC oCthree
three and onehalf inch by fourlncl fourlnclplanks tourlnehpIuJts
planks fastened to galvanised iron deal dealare cleatsare
are used and give very satisfactory re resuits re resalls
suits suitsOne
sallsODe One particularly desirable feature i ithat Is Ist
that the stand fe open throughout it Its Itstire en entire ¬
tire length under the higher and prome promenade promeaa
nade portions so that the batteries o othe of oftbe
the baseball 1l teams can practice bofor boforthe ore orethe
the games or in wet weather weatherThe we ther therfTae
fTae The nominal seating capacity c of th thStand the theSta8d
Stand is about 9 people although it car caractually can canactuaJIy
actually accommodate llt 13GO aad if th thgames the thegames
games Del athletic contests are wen weipatronized wenpatroRbed
patronized It fe hoped that the stands will willbe wUlbe
be duplicated at the other end of the oval ovalMjesere owlfasn1
Mjesere Parker Thomas Rice o oBoston or orBo
Boston Bo and Baltimore were the archi architects architects
tects for this stand Messrs Messrs Edward EflwanBrady EdwardBni
Brady SOB of Baltimore were tin tinbunders the the1NIhI8cs
bunders and a the Kana Ka n system of trasse trasseconcrete trussed trussedrepASeated <
concrete represented by yLaywa Laytea P Smith Smithwas Smithwas
was used m the construction constructionUltimate coastI1lCtkmUltlmnte
Ultimate UltlmntelIIcL UltimateThe
lIIcL lIIcLThe
The Zeitgeist showed me man tolHnj tolHnjand tolHng2aCl
and s melll o g early aad late Jat never rest resthtg reatlog
log by day y or by night nightWhy algAtWhy
Why does be labor Iai6r tfcas t unremitting unremittinglyr uhremItUngIT
lyr IT I asked askedBecause askedBecavse
Because he needs the t e money monen an answered answ ¬
swered sw rtMI toe Zeitgeist briefly brieflyBut bdetlyBut
But as I watched him behold man roaiwrought manwrvagkt
wrought great things though he hm hmthem badthem
them not m Iu conscious purpose and hi hiachievements his hisadilevemel
adilevemel achievements ts west t to make up the sun sunof
of progress pt gress I turned to the Zeitgeist Zeitgeisttntaklng ZeltgelttblDklng
tntaklng I understood understoodAnd uudSt8QdADd
And this I exclaimed with emotion emotionis
Is is the ultimate spring and principle o otbe of ofthe
the races forward movement movementBy monomentBy
By no means replied the Zeitgeist ZeitgeistWhat ZcltgeistPfIat
What PfIat thenT tIteR I eagerly demandedHe demanded emandetLHe
He jerked hfe thumb toward the eter eternet eternI
net feminine feminineShes femintaeSbes
Shes it It quoth be She it is wh whmakes who whomakes <
makes the men need the dl money mone so des desperately de deperately ¬
perately and interminably She is the u utiraate ul ulUmate
tiraate spring og and principle of progress
Norfolk and Western n Pat KnIfe KnIfeInto KnlfeInto
Into Expense Account AccountShrinkage AcconntShrinkage
Shrinkage in the gross earnings of ofthe ofthe
the the Norfolk Norto kabd and Western Veat for the yearj year
1908 amounted to about 5 4i4008 or orover orover
over 19 per cent c t During the first six sixmonths sixmontbs
months the gross business s went ent behind behind60d
60d 6008 to over S St M a month or
5 25 to 36 per Ol cent I IJI the second half of ofthe oft1i
the t1i year the losses in gross were from
14 to l H > iwr cent a month December Decembershowed Decemberhowed
showed howed an increase DCre e of 6 per cent The Thenetearnings Thenetertrl1IDgs
netearnings Iftsses of the Norfolk orfolk and andWestern andWest
Western West rn in 19 S totaled 10t lecl about l40 1405000 1405000or OOO OOOur
or about 11 l per cent centThis 1Jt 1JtThis
This result for the year el was accom accomplished accompllsll ¬
plished pllsll d only after att the most drastic con contraction contrnCtloD ¬
traction ia exnens ex enSf > account in the lat latter latter ¬
ter part of tte e year for net earnings earningsfrom < arnlngsfrom
from January to June inclusive de decreased decrelsed ¬
creased front 29 to 2 2 per cent a month monthBeginning monthglnnlng
Beginning glnnlng with August down to De December December ¬
cember 31 the road ro d effected its great greatsavings gr at atlvlngs
savings in operation This is Illus Illustrated illustrated ¬
trated by b the comparatively lowe ratlf ratlfin
in this part of the year ear la December Decemberthe Decemberthe ratll
the remarkable snowing is made of an anoperating
operating ratio of 62 per cent as against
75 i per cent in December D ember 1S07 1S07A tiG7A I
A 3rear ear ago the road had Just been beenovertaken beenoVertnken
overtaken by the slump In business businessand businessand
and then had no opportunity to get its itsexpenses 118expenses
expenses down to the lessened volume volumeof volumeof
of traffic Thi accounts CCOU ts mainly for forthe forthe
the gain of 3666t4 36664 or 61 per cent in innot innot
not earnings for December IMS 1 88 > For Forconducting ForconductlAg
conducting transportation tr nsOrtatlon the com company compnn ¬
pany pnn spent 11 per cent and for main maintenance mantenanee ¬
tenance 12 to 14 per cent ceat less than in inDecember inDecember
December a year ago agoWILL agoWILL
Columbia Line Will Strengthen the theBail theRail
Bail Supports SupportsReconstruction SupportsNece
Reconstruction JfecetMiry Nece rT to Admit AdmitTraffic dmlt dmltTraffic
Traffic from Baltimore BaltimoreElectric BaltimoreElectrlo
Electric Road RoadIn
In tbe current I issue of the Cleveland ClevelandCommercial CIOandCommerdal
Commercial Bulletin appears aa inter interview inter1ew ¬
view with President Bishop of the Wash Washington WaShIngton ¬
ington Baltimore aDd Annapolis Hall Hallway Raliway ¬
way making reference to the agreement agreementwith agreementwith
with the Washington Railway and Elec Electric Electric ¬
tric Company for entrance Into the city cityover cityover
over its trades tradesIt tra traIt
It appears from this interview that the theiaterurbaa theInterurHR
iaterurbaa road Is given the privilege of ofrunning ofrunnhg
running Its cars over the tracks of the thelocal thelocal
local company CGm aaJ from Fifteenth and H Hstreets Hstreets
streets northeast iMast to Fifteenth Pltt nth street and andNew andNew
New Tone avenue northwest The use of ofthe otUte
the tracks for this purpose involves prac practicaHy pracUcaH3
ticaHy the reconstruction of the roadbed roadbedas
as the tileIron iron supports for the tracks sxe sxenot e enot
not of 0 heavy enough e material mat da1 to stand standthe sbDdthe
the straia of the increased trac The Thecost
cost ef the change of tracks is to be beborne b e eborne
borne ia the first instance by the tooal tooalcompany Jooa1corJlpany lhej
company which is to be reimbursed la lafifteen 1aftIteea
fifteen years for the outlay outlaycenstructioa outlayIt
It is DOt 7 filii year 9ace dae re receDStr
censtructioa cdon of the line from ead e1Ml to end eadTVlthia endW1tJ
TVlthia a few months however W Per the Mae Maewm JluewBI
wm be torn U9 again aad made M e stronger strongerfor Sfmngertor
for the M of the big ears of rUle the Balti Baltimore i imore
more road roadConcerning t8a4IConcenllag
Concerning the plans fer r the reconj reconjstrttoUoa recon reconstru
strttoUoa of the conduits President Pre ldeRt Bfah Bfahop BIshop
op is quoted as saying sayingThe sa saThe
The arrangement for t this work as asagreed asagreed
agreed open by the two companies C is isthat Isthat
that the Washington Wa oentpaay is to sup supply sepply ¬
ply the funds t and complete tIM recon reconstruction OAtn2dJOB ¬
struction of the conduits eoDIIIuIts an repayments repaymentsbe f p teatsJMd
be made JMd by the Washington Baltimore Baltimoreand BaltimoreAIId
and Annapotts aapeII Railway Railwa Company within withina wkhIaperlotl
a period of Ifteen AlteenJust years i iJust
Just what whattbe the coot of this work win winbe wIDbe
be it is now dl dicult k1IIt to say 7 Competent Competentengineers CoaIpeteRten
engineers en taeers are already at work oa the theestimates UteesdIDate
estimates and we are awaiting aw their theirdetermination theirdetenllloaUoR
determination determinationTne detenllloaUoRThe
The principal prl point te that we have havereached e ereaCbed
reached an amicable 8111de8 and satisfactory satisfactoryagreement saU CactoreIDetft
agreement eIDetft and ad that is eat gratifica gratification sraWkaUOft ¬
tion for the pre present nt ntAs i iAs
As to Ute general atfairs of the com company ¬
pany 11 President Bishop said Every HEyecythiRg1s Everything ¬
thing thiRg1s Is ia a most satisfactory condition conditionso condt Qn Qnso
so far as the directors of the theVuhiDgten theVuhiDgtenBaltimore Washington WashingtonBaltimore
Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad are areconcerned arecO
concerned cO Nearly early every paper ia towaj towajexcept toWR toWRexeept
except tne Commercial l Bulletin I thinkhas think thtRIeh
has bad a good many things to say about aboutproposed aboutproposed
proposed recoastracttot of cars recon reconstrucUoa reeonstrucUOn
strucUoa of the company and other otherirrelevant otherIrreleYaat
irrelevant matters Yon may ma say sa we are arein areIn
in no way VIa even ea considering c g any recon reconstruction reconstrueUon ¬
struction financial or physical except exceptthis excepttltJs
this matter in InVoHb1astoc Wasbiagtoc and have AjLve no noidea noIde
idea of doing so soWe 80We
We have made a most m st satisfactory satisfactoryarrangement atsfactCXYUra
arrangement Ura > gemeat and have the highest hopes hopesof hppesot
of the best ultimate results resultsFrank uUs uUsFraak
Frank GIRD of Btandia Rice Rt Clan Clanwho Ginnwto
who accompanied President Bishop ia his hisRegottattens hisftegoUSUMIs
Regottattens at Washington said Igft IgftBight l t tidSlit
Bight Tate The proposed propo ed approvements in inthe inthe
the Washington Hue will probably cost costthat costthat
that company ia the neighborhood nelgh orltood of ofS175M9 orSlfi
Slfi S175M9 but that is a matter they the are arelooking arelooldlrg
looking after We e have e fifteen years to topay topa
pay pa K offA off oCLA
A Vigorous Maine Mnple MnpleFMB 3lnpleFIB
FIB the KtoMfeee K J JA JA
A rock maple pie treevstandlng tree Staa4lng and still stillgrowing sUUgrowlDg
growing ht a flourishing state on the theyard tbefarm
farm 0 1 Hardy IR West Net Vine Vineyard
yard measures 8 fourteen feet in circum circumference cIrcumference ¬
ference at the base It has a short trunk trunkbut trunkbut
but heavy spreading branches and was wasgrowing wasgrowmg
growing on this farm MS years ears ago when whenthe wbenthe
the late Samuel Nevens greatgrandfa greatgrandfather greatgrmdfatII ¬
tII ther r of otMr Mr Hardy who was the first firstsettler firstsettler
settler oa t the e farm f8nII came here in JS06 JS06and lS061 lS061and
and was wastlleRaJIOgtf then aboat four ur incehs in diam diameter ¬
eter It stands not far from the dwell dwelling dwell dwelliDS ¬
iDS nouee and has been tapped nearly nearlyevery nearlyevery
every year ea for seventyfive years jearsScarce jearsScarcelade Scarce Scarcely ¬
ly lade a dead d limb is to be seen about it
I v vI vl
Parker Pait Thonis Rto Rb ArdJtoctv ArdJtoctvGBA Acli s sD
All Washington W ashingto Is I Invited InvitedTo Invited InvitedTo
To inspect today our new houses at atThird atThird
Third and Eye Sts Northeast NortheastThe
The handsomest 6ropm houses ever offered in Washing Washington ¬
ton at the prices pricesS3875r
S3875r 53975 53975Corner 3975 3975Corner
House HouseEASY Corner CornerHouse iP iPEASY fl4 4375 4375Nineteen 375
Nineteen feet wide tiled baths furnaces cellars s covered coveredfront coveredfrpnt
front frpnt porches and back porches trimmed out In hardwood hardwoodgood h dwood dwoodgood
good lots mantels gas fixtures and decorations the finest ever everseen everse
seen se ri in houses of this character characteri characterConvenient
Convenient to
t ttJni
tJni n Station i Express Depots DepotsGovernment Dep ts
Government Printing Office Officeand
and within easy walking distance of downtown downtownSample downtownSample
Sample hcufe hC eopen open and nd heated today and every day dayMOO
1333 G Street Northwest
Defaults in This Account Are Not NotConsidered NotConsidered
Considered Large LargeSrstcm LargeSrstcm
Srstcm Pay 72 Per Cent nt of Bonded BondedObligations BondedObUgatlon57
Obligations and Holders HoldersAre HoldoraAre
Are Satisfied SatisfiedBaltimore SatisfiedBaldmere
Baltimore Feb 9 IIa la the matter of pro providing pntvWlng ¬
viding for interest e on its funded debt 4eK the theSeaboard Utea1
Seaboard a1 Air Line Railway RathI under the re receivership re rec6lver3hip ¬
ceivership has met the expectndone expec t of ofthe ortile
the holders of the companys e8IIt S securities securitiesTae Si > 1th 1thT
Tae T e company has a total funded nudeI debt ef efa4COO eCooo
a4COO ooo oa which the interest charges chargesfor es esfoc
for the fiscal A al year eaddd eD ed June J1Rtewere X Ktt Kttwere
were J3353 3 Besides this there uene ueneout5taD were wereoutstanding
outstanding out5taD taS on the abev dftte 4Jareceters 3GMM 3GMMreceivers
receivers receters certificates ail bearing ga f per percent ereent
cent rate of interest due dtt8 dtt8amoaaUag quarterly quarterlyamounting
amounting to nSMGQ a year yearThese yeareo
These do not Include tbe t 4 M re receivenr re reeeivers
ceivenr certificates authorized 8lJ as tesu tesuaWe 1s6uabJe
aWe at a mere recent date The only onlybead Y1IINIer
bead under default dea of interest comprise compriseaa
aa aggregate of S 3MQO or a per cent centof eeate
of the entire bonded oehC on winch wWdaest inter interest
est has not been paid wttWn the little littlemore UttkfiIIOre
more than a year since tte eBced company companypassed
passed Bced teto receivers receh hands The fonuwing fonuw fwJag
Jag are the securities on which wIdcItde such suchdefault
default de ult occurred occurredFlat 4
NMfpI 1M 1MFlat
Flat Mrt0 r g 4s 4sGccartl IiUOO 00 00Galenl
Gccartl aurtez t tisi 4s 4sTworear ua JIi JI JIrwJtIlYw
rwJtIlYw Tworear prid Mta MtaTutel Mtr3TcMI
Tutel hi < iI B BAH M SBU SBUAH
AH the above a issues are Seaboard Air AirLine AirLIne
Line obBgatione 6 proper Besides these thesethere tAe5ethere
there are fourteea different division divisionbonds dtrisIooal dtrisIooalboRdos
bonds not including the AthuitfcBir AthuitfcBirmiugham tJaatleBtrmlRg
miugham mlRg aJft tMrtyyeur gold bando oa oawhich 4mwhich
which there are now no arrears of rater ratereat lat latet
eat These comprise 72 per cent of the theentire UteeRUre
entire funded debt and amount At to 11 11StCII M
534000 with the exception of the Atfentlc AtfentlcBlnninghara
Birmingham first mortgage which is a 4 4per 4per
per cent obligation and the Caroiina Cen Central Ceatral ¬
tral bonds of lt of the same rate the thedivisional
divisional bonds bear a rate of interest interestin I
in the majority of cases of 5 per cent centaad eeot eeotand
and in several veral of 6 per cent These va various various ¬
rious divisional bonds require aa annual annualInterest lUluaIInterest
Interest charge of 0 tt7S43W u compared comparedwith eomparedwith
with l64i9 1sJ8 OR the main line boads boadsIt Dds DdsIt
It is thus apparent that the fixed fixedcharges hMcharges
charges oa the divisional debt are being beingmet betarmet
met regularly so that no Impairment Impairmentof
of the integrity of the property can be bereckoned bereck
reckoned reck ed among the difficulties of the thesituation I
situation Xor does the future Indicate Indicateany i iany
any danger from this quarter r In 1IIw1 1IIw1tlon addi addition ¬
tion to these claims the annual interest interesthas lateresthas
has been met promptly on the principal principalef
ef the companys collateral trust bends bendsof 1HMNlsof
of 19000009 and the threeyear collateral collateraltrust coDatendtrust
trust i per cent bonds of 4654 6M w mak making JRakIng ¬
ing a totaKof 514S64lut 514S64lutThis ltfiGI ltfiGIThis
This applies to the outstanding prin principal priAclpaI ¬
cipal of the debt alone exclusive of ofbonds eCbonds
bonds held in the treasury of the Sea Seaboard Seboard ¬
board Air Line Railway or proprietary proprietarycompanies proprietarycompanIes
companies Default has applied to sonie soniewhat SOIR SOIRwhat
what more than a quarter of the com companys CORtpanys ¬
panys own obligations without t affecting affectingat
at all the payments on the divisional divisionalobligations
obligations obligationsAs 9 Ugatlon3 Ugatlon3As
As previously pointed out out the Sea Seaboard Seaboard ¬
board is now earning fixed charges oa oaall ORaU
all of its obligations including JT i51t i51tof MlWi MlWiof
of receivers certificates cert1 cates and other forms formsof fOEMSoC
of floating debt and in n some circles the thebelief tilebelief
belief prevails that tbattBe the receivers will willtbelr see seetheir
their way w3 clear to pay on April 1 at atleast t tJeast
least one of the defaulted coupons ou the theI
4 per cent first rst mortgage bonds on which whichdate wlllckdate
date three will be due dueThe dueThe
The Equinoctial E i tooetinl storm n Jlyta JlytaFrom JlrthFtun
From Ute Fhaajffcfa PhlbddDfaA L fe r rA
A search of the t e weather records will willreveal willreeal
reveal the fact that the day dE1 which marks marksthe markse
the e separation of the theS seasons aDd oa oawhich onwhich
which the sun souths exactly at noon noonis nooRis
is more likely than not to be clear aDd aadbeautiful aDdbeautIrul
beautiful but with the latitude e that the theamateur theamateur
amateur weather w th r prophets of the past al always always ¬
ways allowed aJlctwed themselves themsel es for safetys safetyssake safetyssake
sake any an storm occurring within several severaldays seyeralda
days da s before or after the time of olequaI olequaIday equal equalday
day and night has been held to be either eitheran etIteran
an early or a abelated belated coming of the in inevitable 10Eitable ¬
evitable Hine storm A very Mttis Mttisthought JttUethougbt
thought on the area be of the habttcS por portions 01tlons ¬
tions of the earth and the known causes causesof eaasesof
of storms should convince those who are arewilling arevllUng
willing to be convinced that the t e equi equinoctial eQ8inoctlal ¬
noctial is a superstition and a myth mythA mythJlnnIed
A Married Man ManFVcffl MnnFrom
From TXBUc TXBUcStation TStBIUStation
Station Sergeant SergeantArl Are you married marriedPrisoner murleclPrlsoner
Prisoner No o sir sirOfficer r rOfficerBeggin
Officer OfficerBeggin Beggin your pardon sarge sargehes stUgeh
hes h S wrong When W w searched hint we wefound wefound
found In his pockets a clipped receipt for forcurin forcurin
curin croup croupa a sample of s si1t k ao two twosspsstr
sspsstr letters la a awoman womans s handwrlt handwrltin
in ViM
Chicago Traction 5 Per Cents Cen Sub Subscribed Su Suson ¬
scribed son dThree Three Tunes Over OverFact OverFact
Fact Fact Show Public Avidity for for1estment In Investment ¬
vestment Securities PAyIng PnyingfGood PAyIngGood
Good Dividend DividendAn DlddendsAa
An example ef 1 the bread boo d market for forbtgfcsmde for1IIIItnIde
btgfcsmde investment i securities was wasfurnish
furnish 1 j > I by the quick sale last week weekof weekel
of JMMufrW of Chicago Railway Company Companyarst Companyarst
arst mortgage 9 pr cent bonds offered offeredin
in New York and other othe cities It was wasannounced wasaIIOUDeed
announced that before It oclock on the themorning themonaIBS
morning of oft the sale the Issue had been beeasubscribed beentIaree
subscribed three times over overComing overCOIIdDg
Coming as it did only a day after the theate theKI
KI ate to the pubHc oc 1MMKX of Balti Baltimore BaltI1IIIOft ¬
more and OhIo Raflroad 4 per eeat bonds bondsthe bondstile
the successful ee ale > ie of the Chicago Cl Rail Railways Hallways ¬
ways issue te all the more remarkable remarkableand remukabletlemMstrates
and demonstrates conclusively there is isstfll issdIl
stfll an enormous amount of money moneywaiting
waiting taveotment la firstclass sectiri sectirittee securlde
ttee tteeIt deIt
It wttf be recalled that under the re recent re ree1 ¬
cent reorganization of street railway railwayinterests railwayI
I interests eracs hi CWcago o the t e city is practi practieajty pntCtIa
a eajty a partner of the Chicago Railways RailwaysCvgnpany RdwaSia
Cvgnpany In that the city te entitled to toer
5 per cent of the surplus eurnlngs of oftbe orthe
the company after providing preYkl operating operatingexpeases operatinbexpeDC
expeases taxes and other charges It is isexpected isexpected
expected by the bankers that the bonds bondswfil boAdswill
will be largely oversubscribed oversubscribedNotwithstanding oversubscribedXotwithstaoolDg
Notwithstanding the fact that high highgrade hlghgrade
grade bonds have reached a price at atwhich atwillen
which the yield Is little more than 4 per percent pereMt
cent and la some cases scarcely that thatbond that thatDoDd
bond dealers report re Oft a demand tty Cj this thisgrade thisgrade
grade of stuff ik Sa excess of the supply supplyPresumably supplPresuMably
Presumably the dull condition of general generalbusiness
business is largely responsible re poDSIbie for this thissituation
situation Persons of moderate means meansengaged
engaged In manufacturing and other otherlines otherJmes
lines of industry being Unable to use usethen usetbeir
then surplus s rpil2S capital to good advantage advantagein
in their own business are perhaps put putting puttia ¬
ting k into bonds to get some return on onthe
the money moneyFor yo yoFor
For such purposes securities of the thehighest
hlg highest est grade are usually usoaU selected as the thepurchasers th thparcllasers
purchasers feel fairly confident that they theywill theywill
will be able easily to liquidate them themwhenever themw
w whenever ver they may need the funds to toput toput
put back iato their private enterprises enterprisesInstitutions euterprisesID6tttu
Institutions ID6tttu with large sums to invest investcoming investcoming
coming In ra constantly are also so amoag the tbelargest theIrgeet
largest purchasers of the higherclass higherclassbocds hlglterclassbocds
bocds bocdsMEXICAN
Feasibilities of Its Culture in State Statet Stateof Stateof
of Durango DurnnROConsul Durangoeoasvl
Consul Charles M M Freemaa Fr mD of Duran Durango Durang8
go sends s the following In response to an aninquiry anIaqatry
inquiry from rom Boston as to the opportuni opportunities ¬
ties ha that Mexican Mexkan state for 0 aa Araeri Araerica Amerle1
ca wltVa m9o few thousand doHars 1S to en engage eHpge ¬
gage ia rubber production particularly particularlyfrom partlcularJfrom
from the palo Colorado colGra o tree treeToe treeToe
Toe nrst absolute necessity nec slty for a persos persoscontemplating persOIlcootempJatlDg
contemplating tbe rubber or any other otherbusiness oUterbu8tDess
business la Mexico Y xko is a knowledge of ofthe orthe
the Spanish language While e there tAe = e are aremany aremany
many ia Mexico engaged ia business DustAesswho businesswho
who have no knowledge of Spanish they theyare t ey eyare
are handicapped In their operations and andbeiag andelDg
beiag dependent on an laterpreter their theirultimate theirultimate
ultimate success Is doubtful doubtfulOaly dou tlal tlalOnly
Only one rubberproduciaj plaint in inNorthern InNortkern
Northern Mexico the guayule has been beendeveloped beenclvel
developed clvel ped into a commercial success successThis successTtds
This and all others grow far from civili civilization clvilizatioA ¬
zation in jPcaUties Ipcalities where Ute English Englishlanguage Englishlanguage
language is never Re er spoken The guayule guayulerubber guaUlerubber
rubber ground gt is well covered by compa companies conpc1DIe5 ¬
nies capitalized to the extent of millions millionsof
of doUars There is no opportunity for a aperson aperson
person of limited means to compete in inthe n nthe
the guayule gua uJe region regionThe regionThe
The production of robber from paKColorado paK paloeoIorado
Colorado and other otberJPBd jpild rubberproducing rubberproducingplants rubberproducingplants
plants aside from giiayule is in an ex experimental experimental ¬
perimental stage The exploiters feel cer certain certain ¬
tain that they have a good thing but as asthey asthey
they are not gettag getUngout out any an gum it is isnot
not possible to give gl c positive statements statementscovering
covering all of the business bu n From the thenumber 1 I
number of inquiries received at the can cansulate consulate
sulate from consumers of raw ra rubber it itwould itwould
would appear that the themerk market t Is not only onlyready onl onlreadt
ready but waiting for the gum of the thepalo thepaJo
palo Colorado ColoradoFurther coIora o oFurUter
Further developments are awaiting the theverdict theenUct
verdict of chemists who are working on onthe onthe
the raw material to determine exactly Its Itsadaptability Itsadaptabillty
adaptability to certain uses uses and its com commercial eommecdal ¬
mercial value Should these points be besettled beetU8d
settled satisfactorily an extensive busi busiaess business
ness in the gum of the tilepalo palo Colorado may maybe maybe
be expectedChicagos expected exp9dedC
Chicagos C coroner fe arrangiag arran to use usethe useOle
the phonograph to take the last denials denialsor
or confessions of condemned murderers murderersand mumerersauft
and the dying statements of victims of ofloul otoul
loul oul jilay 1aY for iis5 mu 23 evidence ev dence Ia cosrU co
H t i
78 New i iHouses
Houses j i i
52 Sold Before BeforeCompletion J
Completion CompletionAttractive > I
0 0Attractive
Attractive 6roora Uptofiaia UptofiaiaHouses ptocateHoases
Houses HousesAt r
At North Carolina CaroU ave B A A lUll 14thand lUlland
and ttth sts ae the former tennerhome V Vhome
home Of of V Vf
TfHE l li
f In I this thl square have ha c beea erected erectedby it itby
by The Kennedy Kenaed Davis Co CoThere CoThere
There remain unsold 23 Z ALL ALLk X Xor
or k would have been sold od if possession possessioncould possessioni
i could have been gives glVe1SAMPLE
1 SAMPLE hoUse heated aad aadlighted
10 lighted at 1419 N C C ave aveOpen aeO
Open O daily aDd from 839 a a m muatfi m
t > uatfi 9 p p m Sunday SundayPRICES t tPRICES
PRICES 535W 3 t AND > J3738 J3738Cash 4 4i
i Cash Payments 3W and 500 500Y 505 505Balance
Y Balance Monthly MonthlyTaKe z zTaRe
TaKe car to 14th and East Capitol Capitolsts Ca 5 5st5
+ sts Go one square no not north northThos
t Thos J J Fisher Co Inc Inc73815th Inct
t 73815th 738 15th StNW StNWThe Str N V Vt
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The Only House Houseox
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With all the modern appliances to toa toblghpdced
a highpriced house bou e
10 comfortable light rooms mod modern modern ¬
ern tiled bathroom Gurney hot hotwater hotwater
water neater with hotwater at attachment attachment ¬
tachment for bath also instantan instantaneous instamaneous ¬
eous hotwater gas beater Ga Gaand Gag Gagand
and electric lighting 1 Guaranteed Guaranteedupright GUlllanteedupright
upright gas range Double back backporches backporches
porches Hardwood trim on first firstaad firstand
and second floors fi rs
1866 California Ave AveFORMERLY AveFORMERLY
Open for inspection every day and aadSunday andSunda
Sunday SundayTHOS Sunda SundaTHOS
AM AMMahogany
Mahogany Furniture FurnitureART
Oar 01 stock Is now complete and your yourinspection yourn3Pectfon
inspection is invited invitedWall Invited InvitedWaU
Wall Papers In ai the latest designs designsDecorating designsorating
Decorating orating Interior and Exterior ExteriorPainting ExteriorPatnting
Painting PaintingE PatntingE
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The Scabs Treasure Treasuretan TreasuresFrcmTlt
FrcmTlt tan Tit Bits BitsIt
It is no small wonder that the Shah Shahds
guar ds hi h gems so Jealously for they are areibsolutely areabsolutet
absolutet ibsolutely unique His greatest treasure treasumIs treasurei
Is i a sword whose hilt and scabbard are arencrustod areIncrusted
Incrusted with diamonds of marvelous marveloussize llNUVeiousshe
size and brlinaacy worth 30CJM The Theimperial TheImperlal
imperial crown crew1 contains C ntaiDs a ruby which h ia iaregarded isregarded
regarded as the finest nest ht the world Such Sucha
a one could net be bought fcr 150 OO OOThereare W WThere
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which Is heavily ltea 1b inlaid wftl diamonds diamondsand 4Itamondsand
and emeralds and aa Immense sliver slivervase sUvervase
vase thickly overlaid with pearls and andturquoises s1dturquoises
turquoises A remarkable object o ject is a aterrestrial aterrttrial
terrestrial globe with wU the laad worked workedin
in enamel and jewels the rivers are aremade aTe aTernade
made > of f diamonds the lakes of tur turquoises turquoises
quoises and the mountains raised and andcontoured andcontoured11
contoured contoured11 la beautiful gold works worksiI srork

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