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at our command we car
assure Bookbinding wort
of the miwi satisfactory chararter
Prlees n? favorable a* you've evei
been quoted. Ask for au estlrohte
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PRINTER. ENGRAVER AND BOOKBIND1R
' M?INKY TO I.o \X
on real rafale at
current rates of
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Benefits bv our prompt service
and uniformly low prices
We never favor the extensive buyer al
the expense qf llie small pun-haser.
tt^TMillmtrk In stork anil to onler
Interior Trim. Stairwork. Lumber, etc.
Geo. M. Barker,
Oantzic & Ketchmim,
S2T. 10TH ST. N.W . JIST BELOW F.
?iood Printing a Trade Winner.
-Why not ntilize 11:?? power of Rood printing as
a business hrlnitrr and make auninier huslnet-'
prnfltatilr-7 Hare us estimate on Folders. Blot
tors. Mail Cards, etc.
JJudd <& Oetweiier, *"c.,
The Pip Print Shop, 42022 nth.
Syperior Stove Work.
IVm'f wait until the rush starts in. Have
ns examine the stove now nud put It Ir
rond It ton for pold weather.
HCTCHINSON & McCARTHY. 1317 UTH ST.
Have the Roof Repaired
by Roofing Experts.
- There's ninny a roof that Roes to niln throuRli
neRierf. Iton't tiPRleer your r<*>f. If it needs
attention let the IloofiiiR Experts know.
ItWl Phone M. TOP.
Select Good Roof Paint I
--then have It properly applied so as to make thf
Invrstraetit pay. Our "Iron Clad" Is jruaranteeij
to wear for years; we apply it thoroughly. neatly
and with dlspateh; rieh red In eok>r. Get the best
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S li AI ly^CK * meeus
?arc most economically supplied
here. We carry immense lines in
all grades. medium and Ann? retail at most favorable
CTMatiahan's Tar Bags for safekeeping wool
ens, ftira. etc.. 40r up.
E.MORRISON PAPER CO.
lOOft PA. AVE. AND 401 03-03 ELEVENTH ST
"Tennessee" W hiskey, Bot.
Take a bottle of "Tennessee" with .rot
on your vacation. or keep a bottle at hoinc
for julepa and other summer drinks. Tastet
(trod because It is good.
Sfsoomaker Co., rlmn^M.'nss m.
' fu n; i IWNKIIS. ATTENTION!
A meeting of the l?og Owner*' Association will
be held on FRIDAY. JIT.Y 24. at 8 p.m.. In
the parlors of the Chamber of Commerce. Rrentano
building. 12th and F streets northwest, by
courtesy of the Washington Chamber of Com
merce. Every member, tliose who wish to become
members and eTcry friend of the intjcliabnsed
dog, ladles and gentlemen, are eordially
Incited to meet with us to take such action as
may be deemed best for the preservation of our
rights snd for the defense of our property in
dogs Be sure to bring with you the blood and
pirlt of 1776. T. EDW. CLARK.
Greeralberg an Expertising.
Wateh Cleaning. 75c. Mainspring. 75c. Crystal
10c. All work gnnranteed.
MAX GBEENBKRG. 523 10th St. N.W.
Fair Tonight and Friday; Fresh
Forecast Till 8 P. M. Friday?For the
District of Columbia. Delaware. Maryland
and VJrg.nia, fair tonight and Friday;
slight temperature changes; winds
shifting to fresh easterly.
The kites at Mount Weather showed
the ex'st^nce Wednesday of a zono ol
light \ariable winds at an altitude of
about 1.000 feet above the station, the
first condition of this character observed
in about ten days. A captive balloon
that passed through the calm zone indicated
the prevalence of westerly winds
at an altitude of one mile above the station.
and a temperature of 37 degrees, as
compared to 77 degrees at the surface.
Weather Conditions and General Forecast.?Temperature
is generally above the
seasonal average from the Mississippi
valley to the Atlantic coast, and from the
upper Missouri valley over the northern
Rocky mountain and middle and northern
plateau districts, and is slightly below the
normal In the middle and southern plaint
states and the southern Rocky mountain
Ivocal rains have occurred In areas in
the middle Atlantic and New England
states, over Lake Superioi and in the
Rocky mountain districts, also fn localities
Fair weather is indicated for the middleeastern
states during the next thirty-six
hours, and local rains will occur in. the
South Atlantic and east gulf states. Temperature
changes will not be
The winds along the middle Atlantic
coast will shift to fresh easterly; on the
south Atlantic coast they will be fresh
easterly and on the east gulf coast fresh
east to northeast.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have light variable winds and
fair weather to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) lias been reported during, the pasl
twenty-four hours: Moorhead. 1.76; Asheville.
1.62; Concordia. 1.32.
Today?Low tide. 10:30 a.m. and 10:5.'
p.m.; high tide. 4:00 a.m. and 4:33 p.m.
Tomorrow?Uw tide. 11:45 a.m. and
11:.*rf> p.m.; high tide. 4:33 a.m. and 5:;r.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose, 4:33 a.m.; sun sets
. 1 -? p. III.
Tomorrow?Sun rises. 4:54 a.m.
Moon rises 1 :(> a.m. tomorrow.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha lamps al
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset
extinguishing begun one hour before sunrise.
All arc and incandescent lamps
lighted fifteen minutes after sunset anc
extinguished forty-five minutes befort
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and Condition of Water n<
R A.M.?Great Falls, temperature. K1
condition. J**t. Dalecarlia reservoir, tern
perature. H4; condition Ht north connec
tion. 2(i; condition at south connection. 20
Georgetown distributing reservoir, tern
perature. SI; condition at influent gate
house. 25; condition at effluent gatehouse
Special Pixpatrh to The Star.
HARPKRS KKRRY. W. Va.. July 23The
Shenandoah Is a little cloudy and tin
Potomac very muddy.
Five Persons Injured When Moto:
PITTSBI'RG. July 25.?Four men and i
woman were injured and three othe
women fainted during an exciting pani
early today on a Pennsylvania avenu
street ear when tVie motor blew out. eaus
Ing the car to become unmanageable on i
The Injured woman leaped from the ea
with a child In her arms. Although sh
reived severe scalp wounds, the bab
was not injured. The motorman and con
ductor were knocked from the car by tw
excited foreigners, who also fell to th
With the car ablaze and woman passer
gers screaming and fainting, the car rn
wildly for five squares, when the trolle:
pole flew off. bringing it to a stop. Th
fire was extinguished by a bucket brigade
None of the injured will die.
Ei DWAR D^B?Mi
i Miss Evelyn Walsh and Mr.
Edward B. McLean.
ONLY A FEW PRESENT
Mrs. Walsh Forgives and Mr. Walsh
"Tickled to Death."
; WAS A WASHINGTON ROMANCE
! Honeymoon at Colorado Springs Follows
Special Dispatch to The Star.
DENVER, Col.. July 23.-Miss Evelyn
Walsh, daughter of Thomas F. Walsh,
was quietly married yesterday afternoon
to Edward Beale McLean. son of John
| R. McLean, editor of tHe Washington
Post and the Cincinnati Enquirer. Mr.
' McLean had been visiting the Walsh
country home at Wolhurst, near Denver.
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
pair came to Denver in an automobile,
- and, meeting Crawford Hill, proprietor of
THE COURT RECORD.
District. Supreme Court.
EQUITY COURT NO. 1.?Justice Anderson.
Matthews agt. Walker; auditor's report
confirmed; complainant's solicitors, W.
L. Pollard and M. N. Richardson.
United States agt. Gaynor; commission
ordered to issue; complainant's solicitors,
D. W. Baker and Stuart McNamara.
Barbour agt. Orme; auditor's report ratified;
complainant's solicitors. Brandenburg
& Brandenburg; defendant's sollc'
itors. W. F. Mattingly and R. Ross Perry
England agt. England; testimony ordered
taken before Thomas H. Fitnam,
examiner, and F. A. Fenning appointed
to defend; complainant's solicitors, Campbell
Carrlngton and S. D. Truitt.
Harris & Shafer Co. agt. Evans et al.;
rule to show caure returnable August 7 on
intervening petition; intervener's solicitor,
E. H. Thomas.
Lewis agt. Interstate Printing and Engraving
Co.; sale finally ratified; complainant's
solicitors. H. G. Kimball and
E. P. Morey; defendant's solicitor, E. H.
Crowley agt. Crowley; hearing on rule
continued to July ?>: complainant's solicitors,
A. H. Bell and H. W. Sohon; defendant's
solicitor, Wilton J. Lambert.
Washington Loan and Trust Company
agt. Johnson: pro confesso made absolute
and decree of interpleader; complainant's
solicitor, J. B. Larner: defendant's
solicitors, H. R. Webb, J. B. Dalsh, N.
and C. R. Wilson, Hallam & Hallam and
> J. D. Sullivan.
i CIRCUIT CUU'K'l WU. I?juouic /inutison.
; New York Continental Jewel Filtration
? Company agt. District of Columbia; bill
I of exception, signed and ordered of record
i nunc pro tunc and time to tile transcript
extended to August 15; plaintiff's attorney,
i J. H. Hayden; defendant's attorney, E. H.
, CIRCUIT COURT NO. 'J-Justice Anderson.
; Fraser agt. Holderlth et al.; judgment
by default agt. defendant Alois Holdrrith
for >7W.; plaintiff's attorneys, Leckie. Fulton
& Cox. '
Somerville Company agt. Scoville; judgment
by default for $150; plaintiff's at
torney, J. Dawson Williams.
, United States ex rel. Spalding agt. Gar'
field; appeal noted; petitioner's attorneys,
E. S. Bailey. Tucker & Kenyon and E. A.
Pradt; respondent's attorney. Stuart Mc
United States ex rel. Grlbble agt. Garfield;
rule to show cause returnable October
Si; petitioner s attorney, J. M. Rankin.
BANKRUPTCY COURT-Justice Ander1
In re Wilbert Melville: adjudication and
reference to E. S. McCalmont ordered.
1 PROBATE COURT?Justice Anderson.
? Estate of Hettie M. Dalzeil; letters of
administration granted to James M.
Dalzeil; bond, $500; attorneys, Deckle,
Fulton & Cox.
' Estate of Susan Gangewcr: will ad:
mitted to probate and letters testa
mentary granted to Washington Roan
- and Trust Company; attorney, J. B.
Estate of Richard West; letters of ad
ministration granted to John W. Pat.
tcrson; bond. $100; attorney, J. W. Patterson.
Estate of Richard Tobinj letters of
administration granted to T. Percy
Myers; bond. $800; attorney, T. Percy
e Estate of Georgianna Dlshman; order
to sell bonds; attorneys. R- Ross Perry
In re Marion Brown: order appointing
Georgja G. Brown guardian: bond, $800;
attorney, W. H. Manogue.
r In re Daisy Green; petition to appoint
guardian tiled; attorney, J. F. Bundy.
11 Fire Causes Two Deaths.
r CLEVELAND, Ohio.. July 23,-In a fire
c that destroyed the dwelling of James
e Jaraski. a short distance south of the
city limits, early today, two children
a were burned to death. Jaraski and a
four-year-old daughter are at a hospital
r The fire broke out while all the meme
bers of the family were asleep. Jaraski
e succeeded in getting out his wife and twc
of his children, while the two others losl
their lives. One of the children rescued
" was badly burned, as was also the father,
Col. Vilas' Condition Unchanged.
n MADISON. Wis.. July St.?The condition
p of Col. William F. Vilas, who Monday
.. suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, is unchanged.
LY MARRIED YESTI
Bj&\ ? ;.\. ^:sv s>-::
\CllN ? PIN3T ^ ~*
the Denver Republican, and his wife, and
William Stapleton. managing editor of
the Republican, thev proceeded to St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, where they
were married by Rev. II. S. "Foster.
Ihe bride wore a white broadcloth
d.ess and a straw hat with plumes, and
the groom was attired in a business suit
| The pair returned to Wolhurst, wnere |
Mrs. Walsh was told about the wedding.
Last night they went to Colorado
Springs, where they will make a brief
Bride's Father "Tickled."
A special dispatch to The Star from
Kansas City, Mo., says that Thomas F.
Walsh, father of Miss Evelyn Walsh, is
In Kt ~?sas City, on his way to Cincinnati,
tc take part in the Taft notification exercises.
When told last night of the wedding
of his daughter Mr. Walsh said:
"I am tickled to death. I knew they
were planning to marry. They had
not set the day, and It was to
be a long way off. I guess they got
married to save me from giving away
my daughter at the altar. I could not
do that, you know. Mr. McLean is the
tinest young man in the country, but I
had not just figured on giving my daughter
away to any one. They eloped to
save me, I guess."
Engagement Long Known.
Although the engagement of the couple
was announced several weeks ago, it re
ceivcd no confirmation from either Mr.
and Mrs. Walsh or Mr. and Mrs. John R.
McLean, although generally accepted as
true by their friends.
The hasty wedding was entirely due, it
is said, to the preference of the young
couple for a quiet ceremony rather than
the publicity to which they would bd subARMY
AND NAVY NEWS.
Quartermaster Sergt. Edward Jones,
13th Infantry; Sergt. Maj. Bruno Wende,
17th Infantry, and1 First Sergt. Conrad
Henzman, 26th Infantry, have been
placed on the retired list on their own
Capt. Albert S. Brookes. 17th Infantry,
has been granted leave of absence for
Capt. Ira C. Welborn, 9th Infantry, on
leave of absence at Ellisville, Miss., is
detailed for duty as range officer at the
national match tor 19U6 at Camp Perry,
Capt. Harry L. Pettus, quartermaster,
will assume charge of construction work
at Fort Washington, Md., and Fort Hunt,
First Lieut. Mark L. Ireland, ordnance
department. Is relieved from treatment at
the general hospital." Washington barracks,
and will return to his proper station.
First Lieut. Mark L. Ireland, ordnance
department, is detailed as chief ordnance
officer at the camp of instruction to be
held near Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo., vice
Maj. Samuel Hof. ordnance department,
relieved, and of the camp of instruction
to be held at Fort Benjamin Harrison,
Indiana, vice Capt. Harry B. Jordan,
ordnance department, relieved.
Medical Inspector C. Biddle, from marine
recruiting station, Philadelphia, Pa.,
and granted leave two months.
Passed Assistant Paymaster W. N.
Hughes, to duty as pay officer on the
Assistant Paymaster J. H. Knapp, from
the Yankee to the Scorpion.
Assistant Paymaster J. J. Luchsinger.
from the naval station, Cavite, P. I., to
Carpenter B. W. Wilson, when dis
I charged treatment U. S. Naval Hospital,
Mare Island, Cal., granted sick leave
Carpenter J. J. Redlngton, from the
Maryland to home and leave for one
Carpenter F. M. Kirchmier, from the
navy yard, Norfolk, Va., to the Maryland.
F. Scherberger. appointment as a paymaster's
clerk in the navy, duty the
Lieut. R. Earle and Ensign E. S. Root,
from the Maine to the Galveston.
Ensign R. F. Dillen, from the Maine
to the Cleveland.
Ensign A. S. Hiekey, from the Matne
to the Helena.
Midshipman J. S. Evans, from the
Maine to the Decatur.
Midshipman R. T. S. Lowell, from the
Maine to the Villalobos.
Midshipman C. C. Slayton, from the
Maine to the Concord.
Midshipman H. M. . Bemis, from the
Maine to the Samar.
Midshipman E. W. Tod, from the Maine
I to the Denver.
Midshipman C. C. Raughman, from the
j Maine to the Wilmington.
Beats wain W. Fremgen and Warrant
Machinist P. R. Fox. from the Maine to'
the naval station, Cavite. P. I.
Ensign H. II. Michael, from the Alabama
to command the Dale.
Are Never' D
i Now he a<
of goods from
keeps buyers in
' tells them thin
that they want
ness every day
P^ ' '.'' '
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lE^ , ':?? rft
jeoted V the ordinary customs of the
multi-millionaire class. to which both belong.
liad been followed. At all events
congratulations are in order and are all,
ready to be showered on the happy couple
when they emerge again in the public
The Young Couple.
Mr. McLean is the only child of Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Mclean of this city, and
nobody of his age Is better known at the
Capital. He is in his early twenties and
has had every desire of his life gratified
by his parents. He was connected last
year with a local law firm, but withdrew
some time ago to become more actively
Interested in his father's affairs. His
bride, also an only child, since the tragic
death c.f her brother Vinson three years
ago at Newport. Is a lovable young girl,
Impulsive and good hearted.
She was an invalid1 for more than a
year from the injuries received in the
accident which caused her brother's
death, but has almost entirely recovered
her usual strength, displaying throughout
the ofdeai splendid courage and pluck.
Like her young husband*, every desire of
her life has been gratified by her doting
parents. Her twenty-second birthday anniversary
will occur next month. She is
undeniably attractive and has the Irish
type of beauty, which as she matures becomes
Her father's comment on the marriage
Is characteristic of the chummy Reeling
which prevails between the two. ?Three
years ago the possibility of the young
couple marrying was constantly discussed,
but the last year very little was
said about It, as the intimates of each
were seemingly in other groups of young
people, although both took an active part
in what was doing socially.
Of the wealth of the contracting families
it is idle to speculate in this city,
where its outward manifestations are so
Ensign B. K. Johnson, from the Alabama
to the Wilmington.
Midshipman J. B. Rhodes and Midshipman
L. M. Stevens, from the Alabama to
Midshipman R. T. Keiran, from the Alabama
to the Helena.
Midshipman A. S. Farquhar, from the
Alabama to the Denver.
Midshipman E. G. Kittel, from the Alabama
to the Galveston.
Midshipman F. M. Knox, from the Alabama
to the Cleveland.
Chief Gunner W. G. Smith, from the
Alabama to the naval station. OlongaDo.
The gunboat Marietta has arrived at
Celba, and the torpedo boats Davis.
Rowan. Fox and Goldsborough at Mare
The Atlantic fleet and auxiliaries sailed
from Honolulu yesterday for Auckland,
the collier Abarenda from Bradford for
Newport News, the gunboat Nanshan
from Shanghai for Cavite. the submarines
Hist, Viper. Cuttlefish and Octopus
from New York for Gardiner's bay.
The battleship Minnesota remained at
Honolulu for mall. She will sail today to
rejoin the fleet.
The scout Salem will probably be delivered
to the government at the Boston
navy yard on the 27th instant.
Interred at Arlington.
The remains of Civil Engineer A. G.
Menocal, I*. S. N., retired, who died in
New York city last Tuesday, arrived here
this morning and were quietly interred
ir. the Arlington National cemetery. The
funeral was strictly private, at the request
of the family, there being no military
ceremonies and no pallbearers.
Bluejacket Commended for Heroism.
The acting secretary of the navy has
written a letter to Wallace W. Arnold,
hospital apprentice at the navy yard, Boston,
heartily commending for his heroic
conduct in saving the life of Master Harry
Silverman 'of 23 Division street, Chelsea,
The boy ventured Into the deep water
from the hospital pier, not knowing its
depth. He was rapidly drowning and the
alarm was given by some of his playmates.
Arnold ran a distance of a thousand
yards, dove in and saved the boy,
who was in an unconscious state.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
HOLMEAD MANOR?Charles H. Nussbaum
to Kustice J. Skinner, lot 112,
square 2S20; *10.
C STREET NORTHEAST between 12 h
and 12th streets?Eustace J. Skinner
et ux. to Charles H. Nusshaum, part
original lot 2. square 1000; $10.
M STREET NORTHWEST between 25th
and 26tli streets?John D. McAulilTe
et u x. to Charles Mannix, lot 40. square
EE DROIT PARK?Frank T. Rawllngs et
ux. to Thomas H. Thompson, lot 2.
block 11; ?lo.
WEST ECK1NGTON?George S. Cooper
et ux. to Julia M. Hutz, lot 67, square
IRVING STREET NORTHWEST between
12th and 14th streets?William H. Du7ho
a time when the merchant
t up his shutters" in sumng
he couldn't do business,
dvertises his various lines
day to day in The Star?
l touch with his store news,
gs about goods and prices
to know, and he does busi
, - - -
with a disti
Buy a 1
land for sal
good until !
sail on the
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Get Our Big For Rent List.
Contains 200 Properties.
WE HAVE THREE (3)
SETS OF KEYS TO EACH
WE HAVE FOR RENT.
BOSS A PHELPS (lac.), 010 14tb.
Opposite Franklin Park.
et ux. to David B. Murdock, jr.,
part lots IS and 10, block 35, Columbia :i
008 M STREET NORTH WEST?Michael
B. Harlow, trustee, et ux. to Thomas
Hoy, lot 22, square 368: $10. ;
N STREET NORTHWEST between 10th jl
and 20th streets?Thomas W. Fowler ::
et al., trustees, to T. Kent Roberts,
original lot 17, square lltt; $16. T.
Kent Roberts conveys same property :
to Frank Lee Denny; $10.
HOLMEAD MANOR?Middaugh & Shan- ?
non. Inc., to Douglas W. Holton, lot 4
66, block 47; $10. f
FOURTEENTH AND A HALF STREET
NORTHEAST between B and C T
streets?Benjamin F. Leighton et al.. T
trustees, to John W. Coggins and the X
Washington Loan and Trust Company, 2*
trustee, part lot 28. square 1065; $10. 2
NINTH AND E STREETS NORTH- <g>
WEST?Ernest S. Bartlett to Michael <?,
M. Lyons, north 19Vi feet of original 4*
lot 21. square 578; $10. t
CLEVELAND PARK ? South Boston f
Realty Company to Theodore F. T
Brown, lot 03, square 1956; $10.
WIDOW'S MITE?Le Roy Tuttle. jr.. et jg
ux. to the Sisters of Charity of St. A
Joseph, part lot 49; $10. ??
1313 H STREET NORTHWEST?Mary A. ?.
Drury et al.. trustees, to William F. ?>
Thomas, east one-half original lot 3, T
square 250; $10. 'r
H STREET NORTHWEST between 13th T
and 14th streets?John T. Arms to ' 2
William F. Thomas, west one-half j,
original lot 3, square 230; $10. ?,
1317 H STREET NORTHWEST?Epiph- ,,
any Church Home to William F. <
Thomas, east 41 feet 3V4 inches of i
original lot 4. square 250; $50,000. 1
H STREET NORTHWEST between 13th 1 '
and 14th streets?William F. Thomas J J
to Auditorium Amusement Company. 4,
original lot 3 and part original lot 4, 4.
square 250; $100. < ,
FIFTH STREET SOUTHEA8T between , ?
A and B streets?Anna E. Canfleld to i ?
Wyllis M. Bryce, part .original lot 5.
square 842; $1? <%
ington's Ideal Summei
md invigorating salt
nctive scent of Pine F
nost healthful waterir
of the country.
$25 and Uf
for Lots a1
e heart of the Cor
leach, northwest of th
HT MINUTES' wa
Cottage or Busim
^ctly on Beach Fi
and police protecti<
j distance telephone,
lighest elevated and 1
le today at Colonial B
ttes Sunday marked "
# ? i t
lor tree rrde through t
:aves wharf at foot oi
r Sunday, Tuesday,
tnd Friday at 8:45 A
end excursion at 5 P
, 50 cents round tri
September 7th, $1.
s as low as $1 cash
ive per cent discount i
for plat and price list
M REM. E8TA1
1 Q Street Northv
Washington, D. C.
a ii- the Property at Col
Detached Homes, ji
City of Washington. II
The most delightful and picturesque
residence section in the
District of Columbia. 11:
Located on 14th st. extended,
near the borders of Rock Creek
Park, just 20 minutes from the
heart of the city. Cars every :
minutes. No transfers?no
delays?no LOOPS. Good all- <>
night service. Every possible
city improvement. More activity
in building and more people
building their own homes than III
was ever known in any locality j
in the vicinity of Washington.
Inspect the charming homes now
completed. They are ideal in
every essential particular. Absolutely
only one house allowed f*
on each lot. Houses and lots
sold on easy terms.
N. L. Sansbury,
Exclusive Agent, ill
719-21 13 th St.N.W.g
Call, send or pbone Main 4840 for booklet. 4*
a uuuuaiieu un
lt nranmvbn, mua <g?
On the shores of Chesapeake B?y. 72 mllee 4?
by automobile from Washington. 4*
si? issiaetsts, g mfjarm i
The most picturesque, healthful and ??>
restful watering place from Massa-'-.usetta 4?
to Florida. Tbe finest fishing and shoot- A
lng ground south of Canada. Boating 4 ?
and bathing aurpasaed by none on the < 4
Atlantic coast. 4 4
u* mmm* country clwji
Will be one of the distinctive features of j ^
1-ynnhaTen. With a magnificent clubhouse,
with indoor and outdoor amuse- *
merits, with tennis courts, golf links. *
good roads for riding and driving, mag- T
niflcent waterways for boating and fishing, *'
life will be full of social diversions. * ?
WW, siti? i
50 by 150 ft. with %-acre OYSTER Garden. 4
Is an exceptional Investment opportunity. ,,
Oyster gardens are worked for pure has- J'
era by tbe I.ynnbaven Development Co., ,
and will return an annual Income of at
least $150 each. T
membership free m
In Lynshaven Country Clnb to lot nil net a < >
eligible to membership. ?
This property Is selling vary faat and 4 i
it yon want a choice location ACT NOW. 4
morrison real estate go., ;;
1825 G STREET N.W., < *
Washington Agents Lynnhaven Develop- * >
ly?-tf ment Co. 4
ig resort in
ie town and
ilk from the
each. T .onIf
f 7th street
p. Tickets .
and $1 per
14 Homes Sold
Where in al! Washington will
you find a home property that is
as great a success as this house?
The remarkable record established
in selling these homes
proves their real value.
Wnere in Washington can you
find its equal as to arrangement
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You will buy this home because
it's really worth your best
efforts to own.
Come, See It.
Very Easy Terms.
1353 Newton St. N.W.
(Just two squares north of Tark road.)
20 Feet Wide.
Stone Laundry Tubs.
In fact, every modern convenience
which makes the perfect
home. In addition to the luxuries
you will appreciate the
great, amount of useful floor
space. It is the only plan of
home arrangement which gives
a perfect system of lighting and
ventilating. A dark corner is
unknown. Front and rear bay
windows add greatly to both
appearance and value.
The first floor is finished with
parquet flooring, giving ail the
many advantages of a double
' floor and an individual appearance
only found in $10,000
Both floors are trimmed In
, genuine oak.
Wax-flnlshed dining room with
large dome light. .
Then. too. if It's a Shannon
. & L>uchs offering we know it's
going to sell before we take It.
SHANNON & LUCHS,
704 13th St. N.W.
Look far our Oram and White Sign.