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THE EVENING STAR
WITH SUIfDAY MORNING EDITION. Biulam Offle?, 11th Btmt and Pennsylvania Atisb*. Tie Evening 8tar Newspaper Company. THEODORE W NOTES, Prttident. Hew York Offict: Tribunt Building. Chicago OiBtt: Tribune Building. The Er^nfrig Star, with the Sunday mornin* edi tion. in delivered by carrier#, on their own accoont. within the city at GO cents per month: without th? Sunday morning edition at 44 cents per month. Rr mail, postage prepaid: Dally, Sunday Included, on* month, 00 cents. I)aily. Suwlav excepted, on?* month, 50 cents. Saturday Star, one year, $: Of). Sunday Star, one year, $1.50. Pages J =8. Sflje &mm Part 2. WASHINGTON, D. C.f SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1906. The Test. All advertisers certi fy to the influence The Star has on those who buy. That is the test. i 1 S s? v. s? V $ s. A Revelation in House Value. A Columbia Heights Home?New and Mod= ern?Equipped With Hot Water Heat?for the Low Price of $4,800. Eleven (1!) Sold. Only Three (3) Left. # Decide at Once. Those attractive new homos, corner 11th and Irving streets (formerly Ken eaaw avenue), a choice and accessible location; on the 11th street car line, transferring to other lines. For the accommodation of purchasers ?with a moderate amount of cash we are prepared to accept $500 Cash. Monthly Payments of $25. These cozy homes represent, as we state, a revelation in home value. Well-appearing fronts of stone and brick. Fine Quality of Woodwork ?Finished Throughout in Dark Oak. Handsome hardwood mantels; well planned. A tiled bath room and fit ted up with most modern style of plumbing fixtures. Heated by hot water. Just think of It! Do you real ize what you get in these houses? LOCATED IN THIS DESIRABLE AND IMPROVING SECTION WITH IN* A STONE'S THROW OP $10,000 AND $15,000 HOUSES AND COST LIER MANSIONS. HERETOFORE ONE WOULD HAVE TO GO TO BLOOMINGDALE OR NORTHEAST TO SECURE A HOME OF THIS CHARACTER FOR SUCH A LOW PRICE. Grasp the opportunity while you have it. NO MORE GROUND IN THIS SECTION CAN RE PUR CHASED AT A SUFFICIENTLY LOW PRICE TO ENABLE THE SALE OF HOUSES AT SUCH A LOW PRICE. ft 1 ?t* I ?'I 1 s s ft S S i.: i f.; ?h & s fh V % ft ili 1 Cleveland Park. ARTISTIC HOME! i I a ? 1 s 1 SM V Si V. I I v. SM fi v. Sf h These Attractive Heroes on Macomb Street, $7,500 and Upwards. Easy Payments. Macomb is one of the most select streets in Cleveland Park? just off Connecticut avenue?convenient to the car line ; street now being improved; granolithic sidewalk, etc. Don't purchase property of any description without seeing the Moore <k Hail List. MOORE & HILL, Inc., 717 14th Street. ?! 1*7,750. | OPEN FOR INSPECTION. P I 15% Net Investment. 1733=35=45=47 T ST. N.W. located in bon-ton section of the Northwest, surrounded by elegant Im provements. These elegant two-family buildings Just completed and ready for occupancy. 1st floor?8 large rooms, bath and cellar. 2d floor?6 rooms, bath, large attic and cellar. Splendid hot-water heating plant for each apartment. Good, substantial Investment. Rents. $30.50 and $33.60. 1737, con er of *lley, $32.50 and $35.00. Look at tlwse Sunday. THOS. J. FISHERY CO.,Inc 114114 F St. N. W., Exclusive Agents. Exceptional Values. Homes and Investment Properties. As Carefully a Selected List of Bargains as Ever Of= fered to the Washington Public. FOR SALE?97,730. FORMERLY IIELD AT $8,250. THE BK3T offer today In Washington Height?; grand loot tion: 10 large rooms; large tl?ed bath; lot fn!l 18 ftH>t front; laundry In cellar; every modern convenience for c\>mf?:rt. SHANNON A LL'OHS. 704 13th at. n.w. FOR SALE?$7*250. VERY LOW PRICE FOR SUCH A DESIRABLE honae on Columbia road; 10 large, well-arranged rooms; two large hatha: perfect condition. Well worth $8,000. SHANNON A LUCHS. "04 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?$O.Nr>0. FORMERLY HELH AT $7,200. THE BEST offer today in Washington Heights. A very fine home, containing 0 rooms, tiled bath; tot-water heat; very tine lot to alley. Beautifully arranged and well located. A decided sacrifice at the price. SHANNON A Ll'CHS. 7U4 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE!?96,750. AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME: NEAR 15th and Park road; a loeathn nneqiialed on the heights: 10 larg??. bright, cheerful rooms; tiled bath: hot-water heat; duplicate h<?us* sold f?>r $7,500; easy terms can be arranged. If you ar^ looking for a bargain, here it is. SHANNON A UVHS. 7?4 13th si. n.w. FOR SALE??6.5C?. A DE01DBI) BARGAIN ON THE HEIGHTS; 0 rooms, bath; hot-water heat; fine, large lot; loan at 5r.'c. of $5.'MX>, showing a value <?f no le*s than $7,WO. Open to the most rigid inspection. Beau tiful location. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?96,ftOO. RENTED *G<?. FIVE SMALL IIOCSES. PROP erty like this very hard to lind. House** all in perfect condition. Located in one of the best renting sections of the northeast. Inspection will prove this an Investment of excellent value. SHANNON A Ll-CHS. 7?>4 13tli st. n.w. FOR SALE?90,450. CONVENIENT TO TREASURY AND WAR Dcpts.; 9 rooms, 2 baths; perfect condition. A fine home property. Lot 2oxl00. Very unusual offer. Must be sold. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?$41,450. NEAR 14TI1 AND Q STS. N.W.; A LARGE 10-roorn borne; 2 baths: furnace heat: good con dition: this and other properry of the same es tate must be sold; chance to buy right; lot 22 ft. front. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?$5,0.10. Reduced from $6,000; the best offer today on 1st n.w.. north of V st.; owner has spent quite a sum of money for extra conveniences; 0 large rooms: tiled bath; furnace heat; easy terms; in spection will prove this a bargain; trust of $4,300. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93.000. A DECIDED SACRIFICE. NEAR DUPONT I Circle. 9 large rooms, tiled bath; hot-water heat; lot 18x100. Located In one of the most desirable sections of n.w. Don't delay seeing It. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w FOR SALE?93,250. A FINE STORE AND DWELLING OS H ST. n.e.: 8 rooms; bath; large store room; 2<) ft. front: located on one of the busiest blocks of this street: well rented. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?95,250' NEAR 3D AND MASS. AVE. N.W. BUILT BY the owner for his home. 2-story press-brick dwelling; 7 rooms, bath; 4 bed room?J. Owner must have larger house. Will sacrifice his at above price. Lot 21x90. SHANNON A LUCHS 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93,200. AN IDEAL HOME AT A SACRIFICE; NORTH east; 2-story presa-brick; 9 rooms; bath on two floors; fine lot, 19 ft. (i In. by 105 ft. to paved alley: 2-story brick stable. This is an unuaual opportunity to tsocure a fine property at a very low price. SHANNON* A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93,000. A LINCOLN PARK HOME OF UNUSUAL value. 6 rooms, tiled bath; built by a builder for his home. Beautifully finished throughout; bay-window back and front; party wall worth $200. Don't delay?It's a bargain. SH'ANNON A LUCHS, 7o4 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93,000. NEAR 5TH AND MASS. AVE. N.W.. ST. Mary's parish. 6 large rooms: new bath; lot lHx 100. A very attractive home. Perfect condition. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?$5.000?OA llT ST. N.W. BET. 4th and 5th sts.; down town; 7 rooms; bath: e\ ceilent condition; lot 100 feet deep: located where houses are hard to find; nothing like it for sale *t the price. SHANNON A Ll'CHS, 704 13th st. n.w. _ FOR SALE?^,000-^NEAR 6TH AND P sts. n.w.; 0 ruts, and bath; on 2 floors: good condi tion; lot almost 20 ft.xOO ft. to alley; the only time this property was ever advertised; much reduced price; location and arrangement both good; see It. SHANNON Ll'CHS, 701 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE ? If-1.050 ? ONE OF THOSE very desirable houses on the north side of T st. bet. N. Cap. and 1st n.w.; 0 large rooms and bath; furnace heat; lr?t 18x100; only one of Its kind for sa'c. SHANNON & Ll'CHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE-^4U050T NEAR IOWA CMCaLE. THE BEST CHANCE you ever had to secure a perfect home at a sac rifice. 10 rooms, bath; large lot, 18x115 to alley. Nothing for sale like it ar ?*\5"0. Trust of $3,500. Easy terms. Rent. $35.50. SHANNON A LUCHS. 7u4 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?94,400. NEAR R. I. AVE. N.W.; WELL LOCATED; bouse 22 ft. front; 6 rooms; bath; furnace beat; built In unusually fine style; easy terms; this house will interest you. SHANNON A LOOHfl, 104 13th st. n.w._ FO R S A1, E?$4,400. 0 ROOMS AND BATH; HOT-WATER HEAT: near N. Capital and It st. n.w.; large lot; IS ft. fr.?nt: very unusual offer and a sacrifice at the price: house In perfect condition; don't delay in specting It. SHANNON A Ll'CHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?94,300. NEAR 13TH AND R STS. N.W : H ROOMS and bath; a fine house and an excellent renter; perfect condition. A very low price. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FO R SALE?94 250. ABOUT THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE FOR such a desirable corner store and dwelling; well located n.e.; 6 rooms and large store, line op portunity for right man. SHANNON & LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?94,100. $5,000 COULD NOT DUPLICATE THIS HOME to*lay. Lot 22x75. and corner of an alley; side light; 6 rooms; tiled hath: furnace hear. One short square of Lincoln Park. A bargain. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93,800 WELL LOCATED ON A LETTERED STREET northeast; G rooms: bath; furnace heat; good lot; a very fine home: cheap. SHANNON A LUCHS, 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93,660. A CORNER HOME ON THE HEIGHTS; SIX rooms: tiled bath; large colonial porch; a very desirable property and offered at a very reduced price: beaten by a furnace; being a northwest corner adds to its value. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?93^350. ONLY ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS CASH RE quired, balance payable In small monthly pay ments. An attractive and strictly modern home; 0 rooms, bath; hot-water heat; lot 17% ft. wide, good depth, alley. One of the best sections of the northeast. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR SALE?92.600. A VERY DESIRABLE. 6-ROOM HOME PROP erty; on a wide through street n.e.; fine lot to alley; house in perf?ct condition; easy terms. Good chance to locate. Just what you have been looking for. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. FOR~S A LE?92.600. NEAR 5TH AND P STS. N.W.; 6 ROOMS, hath; cellar; good-sized lot. Will rent all the time at $22.50. Good investment or neat little home. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. I O R"S ALK?$2,500. ON T ST. N.W.; RENTED $20.50 PER MO*: 6 rooms, bath; gtw>d lot to alley; a fine Investment; located where property Is always rented. SHANNON A LUCHS. 704 13th st. n.w. Shannon &, Luchs, 704 13th N.W. it 'Phone 2345. x~x~x-x-x"x~x? OPEN SUNDAY. Y ? Y 1 Y Y Y Y t These Handsome New Houses (Just Completed.) N.E. Corner of 19th and V Sts. (Formerly California Avenue), Washington! HeSghtSc Arrangement?4 rooms on 1st floor; 7 bed rooms and 2 tiled bath rooms on 2d and ;$d floors; first-class steam heating plant. Porches for two floors in rear. Back stairways. Electric lighting. Prices and terms will be given on application. Thos. J. Fisher & Co., 1414 F Street N. W. Exclusive Agents. Inc., <*<?^~X~X"X~X"X*XK"X^"X~X~X~X~X"X"X**X~X~X~X~X"X"X"X*'X ? Business Test. From th? Baltimore American. "I Bay, Jones, what do you think of this simplified spelling business?" "Most economic thing I ever struck." "How d<ryou make that out?" "Why, since there's been bo much made of It by Carnegie and the college professors, I have discharged my stenographer and write all my letters myself." ? ."WW * ' Tips. From the Chicago New*. Gunner?"A very bright waiter, Indeed. Why, before he came to this dining room he used to be an astrologer." Guyer?"H'm! I thought perhaps he used to be a palmist." Gunner?"Why so?" Guyer?"Because he is always looking- to see what the guests have In their palms." t <(? Superior Houses BARGAINS AT S6,950. OPEN SUNDAY. Unusually well constructed. Must be seen to be appreciated. A straight loan at 5% interest. Cor. 21st and F Sts. A desirable as well as a most convenient locality. I i 7T 4 t -*r The owners of these unusually well-construct eil house? having recent ly encased In a large bull ding undertaking, and being able to use the money realized from the sale of these houses to a great advantage, have, instructed us to sell these desirable houses a! this low price?a price much less than they could possibly be dupli cated for. How can you afford not to own your home when a proposition like this presen'3 itself to you? YOTT MT'ST INSPECT THE HOl'SES to fully appreciate them. These unusually, well constructed house s? very handsome wood work. everything in the way of material and workmanship are far above the average house; in fact, the construction is exceptional. We so licit the most rigid examination of these houses. They are built as though you would build a house for a home. Well arranged?the ar rangement is the very best ? 4 rooms on 1st floor, with reception-hall plan; 4 sleeping rooms and a handsome modern tiled bath room on 2d floor; two large sleeping rooms on 3d floor; hot water heat; many unus ually attractive features. Call and let us take you to see these houses. inrCALL. OR WRITE FOR THE SPECIAL. LIST OF ALL. CLASS ES OF PROPERTY? HIGH-CLASS HOMES? MODERATELY PRICED HOMES AND BUSINESS PROPER TIES. I t t I | t MOORE & HILL (Inc. Exclusive Agents, 717 Fourteenth Street. V A i Monthly Payments of $25.00) Select Red Pressed = brick Bay = window f Houses, With Black Mortar. f 4 The only style of house that keeps "good looking." Y ELEVENTH STREET N. W. i Between Kenyon and Lamont Str.- | JEWELS AT $5,350 j ?% Handsome fronts with brown stone trimmings and porches. y Large, interesting-arranged interiors; bright, airy rooms; tiled $ ?j! baths ; porcelain tubs ; hardwood finish; rear porches. X | Equipped With Hot-water Heat' $ Fast approaching completion. Make an early selection and de- *j* rive the fullest satisfaction by getting "the one that suits you best." y ... A 1 I t WILLIGE, GIBBS & DANIEL, 603-05 13th St. N.W. -X*<~X~X"X"X"X~X"X"X~X~X~X~X~X"X~X-X"X"X~X-X-X-X~X-X" Hap as Weapon Against Tiger. From the Stralta Budget. While a well known local surveyor, who had been kept out late at work on Saturday night, was driving In a rickshaw along Tampenis road, his rickshaw coolie sud denly dropped the shafts and ran for ais life into the edge of the Jungle. On peering Into the darkness (the vehicle was not carrying a light) the gentleman saw a large creature standing in the middle of the road. He got out of the rickshaw and went toward the beast, thinking K some large dog that had frightened the coolie. When within six or seven yards away he perceived that the obstructor or the path was a large tiger. He had no weapon except a large district survey map rolled up. He saw the futility of attempting to disable the tiger with the tolled up map, but a thought struck him that he might manage to frighten It oy means of his roll. Suddenly he unrolled It with a quick flip spreading It to Its full area of four or Ave feet square. With a single bound the tiger cleared oft Into the Jungle. The next thing was to And the coolie, who eventually was discovered in a state of collapse in the ditch. He wait quite unable to pull his fare back, and it was not until three or four miles had been traversed that "he recovered sufficiently to drive the Eu ropean home. A Dig. From the Philadelphia Preae. "Tee! hee!" giggled Miss Passay, "it may seem silly of me to mention It. but Mr. Guschley tells me that I Inspire all the love sonnets he writes." "Tou don't sayT" remarked Miss Knox. "Now that you mention It, I've noticed all the ideas in his sonnets were old and not by any means pretty." ? If you want work read the want col umns of The Star. MS*##* ##*?***# These Houses Only $3,800. Cor. 7th and Is w. Six large rooms; reception hall; cellar full depth; fur nace heat; bay Ttlndows: tiled hath and vestibule, tiled mantels; cannot be duplicated for the same money. I Invite you to Inspect these house* before buying elsewhere. They are built by day labo-. and In every par ticular are well arid substantially con structed. Out of tlie number of thirty-seven houses, all having been built In this square in Che last year by the same party, there are only six left, proving conclusively that the opportunity of getting one of these houses will not be before you long. Don't Vet this opportunity pass without Investigating. OP EN "See Watchman. FLOYD E. DAVIS, 7th and E Sts. S, W. j my2fl-2t ^ FOR SALE? Handsome New Houses. $2,600?SOUTHWEST; brick dwelling; C rooms mno bath; renu $18.30 ?2..i*0A?(>n I Kt. n.e., 6 rooms and bath; rents $20. $2.9oO?Ou Gth st. s.w., brick, 0 r<x>ins and batii; rents $20.50. $."5.200?7th st. s.w. near I St., 0 rootna and bath brick. $3,800?New house*, 7th and I sts. s.w.: 6 rooms and reception ball; concrete vellar; FUR NACE beat. $4,200?On 12th st. nr. Md. hvc. n.e.. 6 rooms and ^reception hall; cellHr; furnace heat. $4,250?7th st. n.e. m*ur "(*" st.. <i rooins and re ception bull; cellar; furnace beat. $4,800?Columbia Heights; 0 rwins and bath; hot* water heat. $4,500?"A" 6t. s.e.? 6 rooms and bath, cellar; furnace. $5,500?7th M. s.e. near "G" st., 0 rcK>ms and bath; cncrete cellar; hot-water heat. $7,000?On "T" st. n.w., in St. Paul's imrish; H rooms and reception hall; cellar; hot water b?'at. $7,500?Sujn rb heme on 13th Bt ; bay-window brick; <) r?*>ins and reception hall; cellar; hot-water heat. James F. Shea, 643 La. Ave. N.W. mhl0-eo,45t,50 n n v vvvv ? ? ?" rTi^ nvr i n ? "Fernwood Heights" | MOST DESIRABLE HIGH- ? CLASS SUBDIVISION. WITH BEST OUTLOOK FOR AD VANCE IN VALUES. Directly on Connecticut avenue, north of Cleveland Park and Just south of Pierce Mill road ? over looking city. Economical lots?low prices easy terms. Every city conven ience. with good country air. Thos. J. Fisher <& Co., Incorporated, 14S4 F Strest N.W. ? j,;.';6;Mj t ; ,j II I I I I I I I I I f For Rent? |THE NANTUCKET," 1418 W St. N. W. ^ SI Beautiful front apartment, con- Aj tainlng 5 rooms and bath, in elegant i *: condition. $Rent, $37.50 per Months I B. F.SAUL CO., | 7th amid L Sts. N? W. | a( my26-2t to TRUSTEE'S " SALE " OF Sixty=two Acres of Land Near College. Station, Suitable for Development Or Farm, Tuesday, June 5, H9>?6t At 6:115 P. M. AT COLLEGE STATION. For particulars address SAFE DEPOSIT AaD TRI'ST COMPANY OF BALTIMORE, Trustee. 0-13 South St., Baltimore, M<L PATTISON & OA I! AN, 7 E. Lexington St., m.v23-(lts Auctioneer* Iiatfiuiore. Mil. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF Eiglhty=e5g!ht Acres of Land Bra Laurel, Md. Suitable for Development or Manufacturing Sites, Monday, June 4, 11906, At 5:30 P. M. ON THE PREMISES, NEAR LACREL STATION. For particulars address SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY OF BALTIMORE, Trustee, 0-13 South St., Baltimore, Md. SCHWAB BROS. * CO.. Auctioneers, Fidelity bids., Bsltlmore. Md. my23-dt? ********** So many people reslUe that It 1* ' * better to own their homo than to < ? rent. A good, substantially built borne, with all mod.ru appliance*. Treasure for $4,350. \ \ 1324 Md. Ave. N.E. is such a home, with 0 rooms, good cellar and yard, tiled bath and vesti bule; lot is 21x100 to flO-ft. slier. This house facea south and the street is 130 ft. wide at this point. $500 cash.and a little 1 > more per mo. than rent 1 will buy it. ARTHUR CARR, 1310 Q fit. N.W. sad 1838 Q St. N.E.