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. THE EVENINr. g.pTjJ
TTTE SIKDAY COINING ElilON.
BwincuOSce, 11th 3tr?et ic< i'caavjlT-iii? Ar-inn?. ^
pages J.?. ff Jh|> #tll>ttf1TrY Part 2. eJT.*~?,.
cbic?wol::k ^r^^Sdinc. IV' > ^ I t'X I rM yw/VvVv Tl,e Star is pcrtinont tfsti*
Thp Ermine Star ?llh f.p S'urvHv mnrninc nil- y J ITIOnV, not of faitll. bllt ol
tJon. is ?ielivere<l t.y rarriers. on their own arconrt, ^ *
within the city at "0 rents per month: without the ^ . ..
6uudaj morning edition at 44 rents per month. * COnVlCtlOfl,
R.r mail [.osTpcp pre;.: !,]: V ' ...... .... I^ally.
Pnn?fHr in?it;?Je?1. one month. 00 rents,
50 c"rt"- WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
Sunday Star, one year, $1.50. ^
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| $9,00
I
J "F" St. N. W. N<
V
! Fraip 2=slh<r
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t In Good ?
f Modern Inraji
IRemifed at ?70.
T
! 3,600 S<
Good i
$3,750.00. S
A cozy home on "Eye" St. \
a near 3d X.W*.; a desirable. (
j| well-constructed.well-arranged (
$ 2-storv brick dwelling ; has just (
J been put in thorough order; (
T lot is 23.4 ft.\<)0 ft. to rear al- (
* ? ley. An unusual bargain at (
| $3.750- {
I HEISKELL & McLER
j Establslh
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?/\ S I S I
I SPECIAL
?NcSo 1102, 148 & ISO R St.,
WEST ECK5NOTON
Y (One s<j. east of X. Lap. St.).
* * These han Isonie new houses
v are models of exct 1 -encv in
arrangement and construction.
and the location is ?.ll
> that could he desired. They
?5 contain seven charming rooms
> and lovely t ied bath rooms;
5. natural wood finish all
% through: cabinet mantels of
' i unusual elegance: richly an 1
claljoratclv decorated: light,
5. airy cellars, with toilet and
y laundry ; hot-water heat: wide
.% parking; large yards; conY
ceded to he the best houses
ever offered ior the money.
l'RICE, S^.ooo. Ensv Terms.
1
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IN. Ift A FS
XXV. M,
$ 719-21 13th
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rr; n(.iuz.i:K i"'* ntar a[>proarn or tne
y and desirinsr to insure immediate sale ot
fij detached houses,
$ Nos. 1644 to fl<d
V?
?2 We havf rt(i:w ? ! the pin- ft>r the first
| r $ 8 0,
On the :oilov.ir.K HKMARKABLl
'< _ _
8 hree Per C
fi* First btiyns !i;?v? choice of t?*n hou
windows: insptrtion will convince as to
ft" Lot 22M-tl2S ft.
/a
% Opera Soradsy. Brass
?;* Just around corm r from termii
Only flvt In hi st.- will behold on term
Sji l."> n? xl.
I GEO. Y. WORTHING!
11410 G
Or DAVIDSON* & DAVIDSO
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L 'y-y.
Ti u -? I
inese nouses uniy
S3,1 SO. '
Corner 7th nnil L southwest; large
rroms, hall, porcelain tub. Cannot he
uii| iimu'u lor Hit* moury. i mviie you
to inspect these bouses before buying
elsewhere. The> urv bu:lt by day labor.
Out of tbe number. aUnit seventy
boUM'K. nil having been built In this
lmintilinte se* ? on by one party, there
ar?- now only these few left, anil they
re not yet completed, proving conclusively
that the opportunity of g*'ttinf
one of these bouses will not be before
jou long. $40" cash and balauce to
suit. Ol'KN. See watchmau.
FLOYD E. DAVIS,
7th & E S,W.
t. . ? >r >v > -k >': >v>?. *< i
jv Cheapest House on ||
the Heights.
H ^(fl)
c+za-' 5 u o
123s Irving St.. Columbia 5,
V* Heights. "J large rooms. porcelain
hath, furnace heat; excellent /
5rti condition. ??
;S OFKN bl'NDAV FOR INSPEC- t
TION.
See us at once about this. L:
?l WI LUGE, 01 BBS |
| & DANIEL,
I 603=C5 II3th N.W.
t. ::m ? aaaerii
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10.00. I
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sar Union Bepat, ?
i
wj Brisks !
/onditiomi. |
jrovemnieinilts. ?
00 Per Month. |
q. Feet, f
Alley. I
"One on Vou." t
Look at Xo. 68 "You" St. 7
N.W. Open Sunday. 7 rooms T
and bath; cellar; low-clown y
V
Sexton furnace: lot 18x100 to *r
paved alley. Price, $4,<po. y
Seven sold at this figure. 4*
Easv terms. 4f
AN. 1038 F St, N. W. t
ed 1887. t
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VALUES I
Nos. 2312, 2111(6, 2H9
?.OR X!
FLAGLER ST. N. W. ?
(One sq. west X. Cap. St.). J
New and strictly modern -j* j
houses. beautifully designed X j
and substantially built, being ?
sold at marvelously low prices ; &
located on a nicely paved !?
si re ci ; six extra large rooms, "s*
reception hall and 'modern tiled
hath rooms; fine concrete eel- g
lars: furnace heat; hardwood *j>
finish; handsomely papered;
stylish pressed brick, bay-win- )?*
dow fronts ; large yards ; every y
essential feature of convenicnce
and attractiveness has 5*
been fully met. See them at y
once. X
$3,975. !?
$350 Cash; $20 Monthly. X
TBON EVERY DAY. |
TCD! inv I
(JUU i\ I , f
i St. N. W. ?
'
i&A we* % vs&m
terest. 1
K-:
dulUficriod in the real estate market, ^
several of these beautiful new serai- 35s
>s
vt'.
;64 Park Rosid, |
five houses hold piior to July 15 next
cr?
750, 1
; TERMS: $-/h? cash, balance at $?fik
A H A A ts.
em interest.
ses?10 rooms, baths, porches, side
i desirability and cheapness.
to 115=foot Alley. |
ect Nos. 1644 amd 1650. I
. ? S
ins of Connecticut ave. cars. Jg
is named; offer withdrawn after July & TZ
jg
rn,M ic 'or /~? H (t " ti ? /> A <rv? /> 4V 1
i v>i n, n^^viiiuia* vc i, g
N. W., I
X, Owners, 1413 G Street N.W.
| Bent Place |
| Houses. |
3028 and 3032.
?inly Two Left. |
If you haven't seen these houses
yiMi have missed thi? best house JS
?*< ever offered for $3,900; you have 5p
'M missed the best arranged, best v?
y< finished und most convenient home 2|
IS you will ever see at such a low $
price; easy terms If desired. ffi
1;<; One and one-half squares north ?
of .'{Oth and I*.
THE IIKIUHTS OF THE WEST END. ^5
I RmZEE-VM IEITI 0?., s
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5 19-5 i'a- Ave. Main 3894. K
3 J"s <l.eSn R
o 8
q Beaut5fill Southeast &
Mouses.
:- < . _ c>r
- s PIT* HK lu*st houses ever offered for the
j! money in Kast Washington. ^
six Hue rooms and bath: furnace ^
V heat: c. n -n-fe <?!la:s; front porrties; lots ?
'p bO fee deep to wide alley.
Price, ?3,25'0.
^ Eipy payments. \'.l
.*> A KP*at opportunity to secure a~ modern w
j* home cheap and on terms like rent. ^ \
0 MOORE & HELL (Inc.) ?
g 11333 <G Street N.W. T
unrters for Everything In Ileal Estate. ?v I
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MERELY^DISCUSSION
No Decision Reached Regarding
Trust Prosecution.
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE
Interstate Commission Has Yet to heport.
VT APPTAT A>J nvnT APTT* TTWMTTWT.
j' H" 1/' '" *"? AMAMk V AIM
Prosecution of the Anthracite Coal
Carrying Roads Will Probably
Begin Next Week.
^uiiif i riiirt: was nt-iu ill cue Willie nouse
last night.
It was a notable gathering. Those present
included Secretary of State Root, Secretary
of War Taft. Secretary of the
Treasury Cortelyou, Secretary of the Interior
Garfield. Chairman Knapp of the interstate
commerce commission. Franklin
L,;tne, interstate commerce commissioner;
Frank IJ. Kellogg, special counsel for the
commission, and Attorney General Bonaparte.
The conference, as had been authoritative
ly stated earlier in the day. was for the
purpose of definitely settling the policy of
the administration in regard to the prosecution
of the various trusts that have been
under discussion for months past, and especially
to settle whether criminal action
should be taken personally against E. H.
H.irriman for his high financial manipulations
of various railroad properties. It was
said that the President wanted to get all
this subject off his hands so that he would
I.-e free and clear for the summer, and that
the wheels of justice, if set in motion, could
{ rind slow and small without his aid or interference.
xr.e umcisi Announcement.
Just what the conference accomplished
was indicated by the official statement that
was given out close to midn'ght, after the
con;' rcnce dissolved. It sa!d:
"The conference was held for the pifrpose
of afTording ample d-sjusslon concerning
the matters which have been un ler investigation
by the interstate commerce commission.
The interstate commerce commiss on
has not yet formulated its report, and all
of the discussion was of a purely prelimi- I
i. * r?? - v i 1 ~
litijv .'vi lci ct i r]kiii iicis utv:i HicLue
the Attorney General will, of couise, carefully
consider it.''
There are. of course, huge financial interests
involved in the decision of the government
as to what course, if any, shall be
taken against the trusts. It was felt that
if vigorous action followed the conference,
such as lias been characteristic of President
Rooocy.elt.oa most occasions, whether it has
ui c <1 v> lac ??? ii?H, i;;?; iikii n?:i yvuuiu ^
knocked into something the shape of a continental
chap a i. On the other hand, if t:ie
conference issued a calming, reassuring
statement it would doubtless have the effect
of sending the value of securities up.
But the conference followed neither of thes
CC III HPS.
This much of the meeting is generally
understood. The discussion covered a wide
range, dealing with everything in the trust
line from E. H. Harriman. personally, to
the Harvester combine. There were two
parties to the discussion, one for vigorous
action, the other for delay and further investigation.
Earriman Declared Immune.
The conclusion was ultimately reached
that, however damaging the evidence
might be against Mr. Harriman, the-testimony
he had given in the interstate commerce
investigation had given him complete
immunity#irom criminal prosecution.
Commissioner Knapp explained that lie
had not completed his investigation, and
that therefore he was not prepared to give
a definite opinion as to the sufficiency of
the evidence to warrant the government in
instituting at this time suit to nullify the
Alton deal. As soon as tlie interstate commerce
commission has completed its hearing
in the case a report will he made to
the Attorney General, who will at that time
take charge of the matter and determine
what, if any, action shall be taken. It is
not expected, therefore, that any proceedings
will actually be begun for some time.
Prosecution of the Coal Roads.
The question of the prosecution of the
bituminous coal carrying railroads was
discussed at some length, but the
matter was finally left in the hands
of the Attorney General for such action as
he might see fit to take. No instructions to
Kfi n c? unit rr\ --i?*i hi m o ?- ? .. ?
" U'Cltf cippears
to bo some question as to whether
any action will be taken in the immediate
future.
The prosecution of the anthracite coal
carrying Twads will in all probability be
begun in Philadelphia within the next week.
The coal roads involved include the Delaware,
Susquehanna and Schuylkill, t lie
Philadelphia and Reading, the Lehigh Valley,
the Delaware and Hudson, the New
York, Susquehanna and Western, the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, the Central
Railroad of New Jersey and the Erie.
The Pennsylvania and one or two other
roads may become involved as the suit nrn
greases, but at this time no formal complaint
will be filed against them.
Following the general conference. Attorney
General Honaparte remained with the
President to discuss the so-called harvester
trust. It is thought not unlikely that the
question of prosecution of that organization
will be left in the Attorney General's hands.
NEWS OF VIENNA.
Hard Canvass on for Congressional
Honors?General News.
Special Correspondence of The Star.
VIENNA, Va., June 8. 1907.
Politicians of the democratic faith living
in the northern section of the eighth Virginia
congressional distiict are frankly acl
Vi fln-U* ? ' " !
IIUiiiiib uwi *11*; I.feiii. IUI Hit- IlUilllliUllOn IS
between Nicol and Carlin, with-the chances
in favor of the former. Carlin supporters
are making a very 1-crd canvass to land
their man a winner. Some time ago it was
claimed the race >vas between Nicol and
Gordon, thin Nicol and Ryan and Anally
Nicol and Carlin, thus proving, so the Nicol
men say, that during the entire canvass
Nicol's name has always been coupled with
the probable winner. With tlie following
estimated vote in tne u:tlerent counties In
the northren part of the district it is hard
to see how Nicol will lose, so his lieutenants
says: Fairfax, 600; Prince William,
800; Alexandria city. 3CO; Alexandria county,
230; Loudoun, 400; Fauquier, 400. Total,
2.S50.
It will thus he seen the statisticians have
entirely eliminated Culpeper, where, it is
said, there is a good Xicol following, and
the rest of the district, where it is expected
Nicol will receive at least 400 votes.
Carlin followers, on the other hand, say
with their man leaving Alexandria with
over 1,000 votes it will be impossible to head
him off.
John F. Jerman. real estate as-ent, has
sold to H. C. Ayers of Georgetown, D. C.,
for Dr. B. B. Detwiler, the Rotchford farm,
containing seventy-three acres with improvements,
for $6,000.
Sir. Percy Corning and Mr. Lee Dale of
Miehmoi
y
X
I Washington's
V
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*j* Immediately adjoini
? IS NOW BEING HANDI
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ITlhe Northwes
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| Improve!
*** This property is located just
X fnrmprtirnt Avcnnp and -
| SITE offers advantages which n
y ington can. 'Phone or write lis
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automobile to show you the prop
| SALESMAN ON GROUN
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| EA8LEY
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? Exclusive
| 41 j =4 J 2 Moo
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D. R. BOWMAN, Sales Managei
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I Dl ?11III1SI TO ?M I
1 wis in mmii
* We linve for sale a number of V*
the most attractive new sjx-room S?
<3! houses ever i.Tered in this city. El
(f They are eighteen feet wide, .-j)l
jia thoroughly well built, with the jg
2 latest improved plumbing; heated -\v
by furnace; handsomely decorated, -i
s? and the location is all that could
!(C be desired. The price of these
Stf houses is onlv 1-4.550. and thev %'
can be sold on monthly payments
of J3S.75 each, with a small cash
first payment. This covers all
interest charges, taxes and in- g
,X surance, and provides for a subj?.'
stantijl monthly reduction of the i)?
sm cost of the house. ^
No better proposition has ever -j;
been offered before In this ilty
2< for this class of property. Do not
hesitate to investigate this offer g;
< >' if you wish to cease paying rent, w
a- and invest your money wher* :ji
:-/) property is improving In value
rt? and in one of the most beautiful
fe sections of Washington.
I TlMEll & IITTLI, |
f 7113 l!4t!h St. No W?,
Agents. I
if: tpS-21 -Ji
'it* 'iC'lCi\"i\-~triI-/! '(i"5W(r'<>"' ^
ft For Sals? |
| Specs ally Reduced i
>4 TT"^ ?,* C U /T>- o .1 '<kc
I io nuireci yyscK %
| Sailes,
| Mt; PEeasamt. |
Two-story liprht brick; 7 rs.; b.; 3C
J;; furnace; ONLY $4,930. ' if
| Co!i nam tola Heights. t
w est or 11111 si.; soumern ex3?
posure; three-story buy-window j?
brick; 0 rooms, bath, first floor 2E
w kitcl len?large yard in rear to 20- 3E |
ft. alley. Rented .*40.50 per month. jv
V Price $!),dOO.
g f
x Georgetown. |
Two-story brick; 7 rooms; bath; }Z
near cars; good condition. Price
=:; only #
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K W IHf WA1 IkTIPP V
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I 729 11 ?t!h .Street.
p~ 77~ TT7.
For Sale?Hoinses.
Price, $4,50?
Nos. 702 to 710
E St. NoE.
One or the prettiest locations m tne
northeast section: up to date In every
particular: containing six rooms: concrete
cellar; finished in hardwood;
steam heat: the best to be had:"*??
terms, $500 cash, balance same as
rent. Compare these houses with any
you have seen; they are honestly
built from the foundation to the roof,
and will bear the Closest inspection.
Open on Sunday and week days.
Salesmen on the premises.
Johini F. Domolhog Soiras,
'Phone E. 84. 308 East Capitol street.
Joseph I. -Wefller,
*Fhone Main 241. 602 V st. n.w.
Exclusive Agents.
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Nearlly New Home
j: on CoHomibia Heights I
1 for $5,500.1
: A splendid bargain for quick js!
! buyer. This is a nearly new house,
well built and desirably located on
Columbia Heights. Has 8 rooms j:
: and tiled bath; kitchen cn main I:
: floor; hot-water heat; 18 ft. wide. |j
: Just the home you're lookins for. tr
j Immediate possession. ;
|;Thos.J.Fislhier<&Co.,Iinic., j|:
II 114114 F St. No Wo II
P ;
Vienna have gone to New York to accept
positions with a large mercantile house.
Mrs. Ctroline Freeman, who has been
eonflned to her room by illness for some
time, is rapidly convalescing.
Dr. A. G. Coumbe has gone to Philadel
phia and Atlantic City "on a ten-day vlalt.
id Park, I
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n ji ii <c'-fl_^?fl_ J
iKuieau ^luiomiro, *
x
ing Cleveland Park, X
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.ED EXCLUSIVELY BY %
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t Washington!
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a. ~ x
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north of the New Million-dollar *?*
is an INVESTMENT or HOME k
V
o other property around WashI
and our salesman will call with >
f
ertv, without cost. V
v
DS ALL DAY SUNDAY. X
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Mr, MHO, I
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i Agents, |
sey Building,, |
'Phone M. 6631. &
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$ W. H. WALKER, f
? 729 BSth St. 'i
ft -in
$ For Sa3e= $
? .. ? ... .. si*
fjf we!in=ii5tuiiiit momes. ^
ft If you are looking for a well- $
1- built home in a desirable location
JV. and in excellent condition X would &
fit be pleased to show you? .'ill
| Ora Colombia Heights |
i- A very attractive three-story v
v brick. 11 rooms, tiled baths, hardfiC
wood finish, HOT WATER heat; ^
? lnt O'vlKA 1
Iff iui ouAiuv, urai it i ii. ,\f
^ ONLY J'J.oOO. : !
|On Washington Heights |
?? Facing three streets and conven- Vu
> ient to both car lines, handsome
if tliree story, COLONIAL lirKk. 12 $
l(,': rooms, two tiled baths, HOT W A - Vv
> TER heat. BEST SECTION. :f.
n; FIRST FLOOR KITCHEN. ^
i(C Reduced to $11,750. $
* - ^ 3\l
i(r TT rt-n U ft-n T)-V
V. 11 UU U U II 1^,11'.V
& Near cars; SOUTHERN exposure; $
!(f beautiful front of COLONIAL 3V
ifi BRICK; 9 rs.; tiled bath; HOT".
WATER heat: deep lot to alley. -J'
On principal street. $
Jf: ONLY $S,230. );
$ 5
if Ira Georgetown. ?>
if A COZY LITTLE HOME of C &
rooms and tiled bath; furnace -^V
> heat; near cars. Excellent condiff
tlon. $
.{C SPECIALLY REDUCED TO EF- $
^ FECT QUICK SALE TO M.tiaO.
f- A LIST OF DESIRABLE HOMES ^
IN ALL SECTION'S WILL BE 0
; SENT ON APPLICATION V
1 TO $
| .Wo H. WALKER, %
% 729 flMft St.
fr' je7-2t *6
fe'r'tV 'fe-'fer''ei-''fe-''U
-r.iiiiMTT;
| A Fine Home. |
I Sacrifice Price. I
; _ |sU
:5 t
Located in a beautiful section of JS|
. icnumoia Heights; a splendid new
| house; occupied only a few months, j
For business reasons the owner desires
to make Immediate sale, and is \
offering this desirable property at a I
sacrifice. It is designed along origi- |
! nal lines and possesses many fea- :
tures of convenience and attractive- i
I I ness rarely found; nine large rooms j
and commodious tiled bath; finished '
| throughout in polished hard wood; ,
very handsome cabinet mantels; cost- j I
I I ly fixtures and decorations; well ven- , !
I tilated concrete re!lnr wttti fmnt _ n/i
i"; rear entrances; complete launary; is'
best hot-water heating system; 35 ft. [
front parking; extra large yard; en- |{
tire construction of the most superior j:
j character; convenient to 14th st. cars.
See it without delay.
1 Price, $6,750.
! i tv ix ? n "
lit worm $7,?TO. 1
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i N. L. Sansbury,!
| 719-2113th St. N.W. I
w ....... (y)
Ig. P. O. Officials, I
| RAILROAD MEN AND f.
* CONGRESSIONAL 1
% EMPLOYES |
are especially inrcreste<l in those ^*1
% EIGHT DELIGHTFUL % j
% HOMES
'y $o centrally loon ted on the ^
n.c. cor. of 3d and G sts. n.e.
The corner house contains
| EIGHT BEAUTIFUL |
# ROOMS, |
S the brightest you ever saw, and the ^
other seven each have seven rooms. All f-t.
have full concreted cellars, modern
7? baths, tiled vestibules, with plate-glass ^ I
^ doors, handsome cab-net mantels, and ?? I
^ all conveniences essential to the MOD- 7^, J
?*= KR\ IKIMK ^ '
^ Material, tlccorations, trimmings an 1 ^*j
B'oi kmansliip are nil of superior 11 u:I! " L
?.i ity, pml the I'JilCKS ?rc to I.OW a 11 1 ft
ft 'I"' TERMS so EAST that YOU CAN
ft OWN ONE if yen trv. y,
ft EXAMINE THEM AT ONCE. ft
ft THEN CONSULT I S. WE WILL ft
g HELP YOU.
'i EstalillsIiO;] 1S70. '
| N. E. Cor. i4th St. at N. Y. Ave. |
? H. 1R. HOWENSTEIN C
%*
I Colombia
| JUST COM!
i *f _
f1452 & 1454 FJUI
a Only 2 left of those very desir;
? tiled baths, hardwood finish, rcccnti
A ' i
and pantry, rear stairs, double back
A second floor; large, light cellar, wit
^ Finished complete and ready fc
| Hot Wat*
.J. (TS\ II .OnT^l rf-fl rt rf-fl I]
? 1HU1 w
! West of J 4t
j Opsn All Ba
I (Com?
!f PRICE, I
1 Iff. R. HOWE*
| EXCLUSIVE
I 113114 F S
X
!mX^X^WhXmX^X^M'm,XwX44I4*XmX* !
$500 Ca
$25 Per
for a Desii
; Home go
| Colombia
The Price,
?^^3 TTF hf?f linmc nrnn<
((T~ Columbia Heights
The house is en
ern and attractive,
and 2 tiled lit lis. Hot-w
decorations throughout.
Only one block from 14H1
We offer this house foi
ncli n n/"l Cor nr>r
V-tiOlI Uliu S-^0 1 1 lliuillll.
ThoSo X Fish?
1414 F S
H+4"H'++M+++,l'++^-M'+iW+,H"r + 4
I For Sale
| By John F. Doe
J 'Phone e. 84. 3H
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* A carefiflly selected list of barg
it the best the market affords for the i
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+ properties on the most acconimod;
* ment, balance same as rent. Xo tr
^ honr that suits your convenience.
+ properties with any you have been <
t Price, $<
j. Eleventh st., very close to Lincoln P
T bay-window brick house; beautiful lot, Ui
J selling; make us an offer.
| Price, $<
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. ^vii o"! uuill iiuu.ic, 1 1 uwi1io \JIM ii iivv71
J|| nace heat; good lot; situated on F st. n
+ Prke, $4
An S-r<oom Iioufp, press-brick bay w
4- ave.; the house could not be built f<
trust of $3,750 on this house for live vi
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| Price, $c
T B st. s.e., near I.ineoln Park, an I
7 beautiful lot; an encumbrance of
I|. 5 per cent; balance of purchase price a
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4- A snap; contuinme S rooms an<l b
<T New Jersey ave., very close to U. S. C
+ lose a bargain.
| Price,
4- Tenth st. s.e., half block from Pa. a
4- ed at ?'J<i per month; good lot, running t<
+ is cheap.
? Price, $:
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"J* An 8-room house on 7th st. s.e., very
jjj leaving city cause for selling.
t Price,
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jl, A (5-room modern house, press-brick
4, Park; sold to close tlie affairs of a i>ar
$? built for tiie price asked, exclusive of ti
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We have a number of the best invc
{ fords. Let us submit you a list.
4< We can rent that vacant house for y<
f? tor us 10 na:juie.
4* We guarantee satisfaction.
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$7,25(0). j
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for the money.
tircly new. It is modIt
contains 10 rooms
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Southern exposure,
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$7,250?payable $500
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iohoe <& Sons, I
'8 East Capitol St. $
ains. Each property offered is +
>rice. We can sell any of these |j!
iting terms.. Small cash pay- J
ouble to show property at any
We invite comparison of these J
offered. J
4,650. +
ark, a beautiful 7 room and cellar
JxlOO; owner leaving city cause for
4,500. i
; collar under entire house; fur- T
.e., near corner of 7th. T
4,25?. +
indow, on <5th st. s.e., north of Pa, +
>r the price asked; we will place a +
ears at 5 per cent. +
3,8(0?. |
i-room, white-stone front house; J
can remain as long as desired at J,
m be arranged to Euit purchaser. I
2,850. :
ath, press-brick front, situated on +
apitoi-; buy this quick or you will
258 >?. +
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ve.; a six-room modern brick rent
3 a paved alley; we know this one J
2,800. +
close to Pa. avt.; good lot; owner 4"
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2,500. t
front, one square from Lincoln J
tnership; the house coulil not be ?j.
ie ground.
stment properties the market af- 4.
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iu. Nothing too large or too small ?i*
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itol Street. f
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