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v THE EVENING STAR
WITH SUNDAY MORNING EDITION.
Business Office. 11th St. and Pennsylvania Avenue. ^
Pe^es fl-8 i\ l\& PttlTTlY ^trYf^ Part 3
cvjr - llTa^s^'aW lrages ll-? U vl |J^ | m U^A ^W/VU"t rer,lsi"S are almost
^rXr^Stlrr1.'; J C? C/ synonymous terms.
count wttliln the city at 50 cents pr month;
without The Sunday Star at 44 cents per month. (
By mail, poetasre prepaid: ... ? _
Daily. Sunday included, one month, to cents. ....
DallV Sunday excepted, one month. 50 cents.
^'sS^i^ST^ WASHINGTON, I). ., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1908
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| A
1 The members c
*
? The fact th
I time, with otir
? prospective hor
? obtain the best
? we huild the si
I interest lies in
| struc.tion.
f It is a well
4 mand for the 1
f before completi
T To the carr;
' the Rood servici
J chasers, and th
THESE THIN<
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In our prest
our purchase of
| ONE SQUA
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:
a price that, m<
most desirs
? A location 1
f ard value and
$ churches.
? IN FACT. A T.
$ OFFERIN
These home
f earnestly reoue
/'AHDT fTTAV
: v uair Lir< 1 n/.i
s
? Tt is our pu:
T eral terms whi
* of our home bu
T TWENTY-FIV
| 000.00 in rent e
i
ITake 11th s
our Iarj?e vello
Newton place, <
| S
MIDDA
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ISnxseial B
z~ it ;
t On Washington and
t and Mount
+ We offer a select
+ homes which are offei
+
t reason or another at
t their true value. An c
| a bargain in the choice
4.
+ Price, $10,500.
4, A beautiful, semi-detached resijp
denee on Washington Heights, west
^ of Connecticut avenue, containing
?$? twelve rooms; three bathrooms; hot4?
water heat; four rooms deep; in ex4*
cellent repair; the owner having
4? spent over $1,000 in papering and
+ decorating; lot "JO bv 12a.
J
Z Price, $15,000.
4* One of the handsomest and most
?i? desirable homes ever offered in this
4* city for the price. The improvements
41 alone would cost more The lot is a
valnnhlp one' sire ~,0 hv 1 tr, feet to a
4 wide paved alley; the reason for sellT
ing so low is to divide an estate.
2 The improvements consist of a beautiful
stone and brick residence, eon.j,
taining twelve rooms; hot-water
.3. heat; large brick stable and carriage
4 house; situated on a well improved
4 square west of 14th street.
4"
4 Less Than $14,000
^ Will buy a beautiful detached brick
residence near 14th street; southern
^, exposure; twelve rooms; new heating
j. plant; lot 5?? by ISO. This jiroperty
4 is situated on the best square in this
4 section. Must be inspected to be
4 appreciated
4
4 Price, $7,500.
J Reduced from ?s.~So A handsome
new house between lkth and l!?tli
streets. Washington Heights, south.L
ern exposure; ten rooms; hot-water
^ heat; well constructed; well ar4
ranged; beautifully decorated.
4
4 Price, $7,500.
A semi-detached house on Wash4>
ington Heights; colonial design; brick
4. and stone; containing ten rooms; hot4
water heat; parlor, reception hall,
4 dining room, pantry and kitchen on
4 one floor; servants' stairway; south4
ern exposure. Now occupied by an'
4 artny officer.
+ Price, $8,850.
+ No. 1650 Park road. One of the
i* choicest squares north of Florida
*f? avenue; a beautiful semi-detached
+ colonial residence; ten rooms; three
*i* bathrooms; hot-water heat; servants'
"I* stairway; electric lights; lot HH.b by
T 1-5 to a 15-foot alley. Now occupied
T by an army officer at a monthly
J rental of Jkjo Price, $H,h50. Possession
given if sold.
j,
+ ; Price, $6,500.
~ A Washington Heights home offerT
ed $10?H) below value; near l'.tth
T street and Columbia road; three
T stories; hot-water heat; four rooms
-?- deeo? servants' stairway. A won
J derful bargain.
j. Price, $7,500.
T Between 13th and 14th; three
J stories; twelve rooms; three bathj.
rooms; two stairways; hot-water
?! heat; large lot; publie alley. One of
+ the best bargains ever offered in
+ this section.
+
j STONE & I
I 1342 New Yt
I
.NNOUNCEMEN1
if Middaugh & Shannon (Inr.t are engaf
business except the building of homes
at we carry but one building operatio
office located on the premises, is of i
ne buyer, because bv close supervision
results. Our experience has taught t1
irer will our properties sell, and there
leaving nothing undone which makes
known fact that there has always hen
tomes built by us as to permit of theii
on.
ying out of these principles of construe
e which our homes are undoubtedly git
e consequent reputation they enjoy.
3S ARE OP PARAMOUNT IMPORT A
SEEKER OF A HOME.
>nt building operation we have been mo;
ground. Here we have secured a local
RE EAST OF 11TH AND PARK ROA1
Where we can sell
IOOD SIX-ROOM HOME F(
$4,350,
ensured by all standards of value _pre%
ible residence section, is absolutely unp
that is universally recognized as possei
desirability. Convenient to car line;
-OCATTON WHERE VALUES SUCH
G HAVE HERETOFORE BEEN UNK
_ m? _ - - e - -
s win soon op rpaay ror your orrun?
st that you make a close inspection BE
TERMS:
rpose in the sale of thes<? homes to give
eh have nroved succoessful to over FTV
vers in "Bloomingdale" and ONE HI*:
E in "Park View," who are saving a
very month.
TO INSPECT.
t. ears to Park Road twalk one square c
w and black sign on side of house) to J
or call on
ihannon & Luchs, 704 13th St.
UGH & SHANNON, INC., O
PLACE I.IKE HOME: NO HOMES LIKE Of
'argaiiasj
Columbia Heights i
Pleasant. i
i
ed list of modern 3
i
*ed for sale for one 3
<i
prices much below 3
)pportunity to secure 3
:st residence section. 3
-i
Price, $6,750. 3
]f you will inspect this house you *|
cannot hr-lp but admit that it is the 1
hest one that could be had under J
$7, .loO. New, ten rooms, beautiful ,
large tiled bath, expensive plumbing, ,
hot-water heat: parlor, reception hall. ,
dining room, pantry and kitchen on
the first floor: beautiful decorations;
finished throughout in hardwood: ?
southern exposure. West of 10th *
street.
Price, $6,550. !
One of the best streets between 14th *
ar.d 10th. Southern exposure, three *
stories, brick, ten rooms, attic, eel- '
lar. Lot 25 by 130. Offered so low J
on account of the owner moving to ,
the country. ,
$15,000. ;
A splendid detached residence. Lot
82 by 220. Center hall, three rooms
deep 011 each side; hot-water heat;
large stable. The ground alone is
worth the price asked. '
Price, $(>,500.
A three-story brick dwelling on '
Fairmont street, southern exposure, ,
ten rooms, four rooms deep; lot IS ,
by 150. Many houses held at $7,500 ,
not i-o desirable. 1
Price. $8,000. !
A beautiful three-story, brick dwell
ing, with a large brick stable. The
house contains tt*n rooms, four rooms
deep, hot-water heat; finished in hard '
wood.
Price, $8,750. !
One of the best constructed houses '
situated on a choice square between j
14th and 15th streets, ten rooms, two j
baths, hot-water heat, four rooms j
deep. Formerly held at $11,(WO. An ^
out-of-town owner wishes to make a quick
sale. A chance for a bargain. J
Price, $5,500. 5
A beautiful new bouse near lGth H
street. tlnished throughout as attrac- H
lively as many $15.(H>? houses; polish- H
ed floors; hardwood trimmed: expen- H
sive decorations; an elaltorately Hn- j
ished bathroom; lot 125 feet deep *j
to a L'o-foot alley. The most complete j
and best located small house on the :
heights. ,
Price, $4,600.
A brick dwelling with a stable, ^
west of l.'lth street. Figlu rooms and ^
cellar; hot-water heat. A particular- .j
lv- hftrur-tivo r?rr?r???i-t v- TP ? Ifif.itiiin J
is very choice. The price is very low. ?
Trice. $5,800.
A semi-detached brick dwelling J
erected by one of Washington's most (
reliable builders. Three stories, four ,
rooms on each one of three floors; lot ,
23 by loo. If you are desirous of se- .
curing a well constructed house this ?
is your opportunity.
?
Price, $5,(xx).
A three-story stone dwelling on "
14tli street. Nine rooms, lot 19 by J
i
FAIRFAX, I
irk Avenue ij
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, I
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red in nn other
n at anv one
nterest to the
only can we ?
^iat the better f
fore our first f
for good eon- '
i sufficient de- |
disposal long |
tlon we credit j
ring our pur- f
NCE> TO Tllfi |
;t fortunate in |
:ion I
5' *
ailing in this 7
reeedented. ?
;sinsr a stand- $
5, schools and i
!
AS AVE ARE |
NOWN. i
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infv, and wo i
FORE THEIR j
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iv
the same lib- i'
E HI'NDRRD i
NDRED AND
total of 517.- j
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>ast and notice |
C. H. ave. and i
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;jg splendid Home. |
i! * < 5
i $10,000. 1
This marvelously beautiful 1
NEW HOUSE is situated in one 1
of the most delightful and at- ;i
. I;;; tractive locations in the entire ; <
..city of Washington, while all :2
. the surroundings are strictly '3
. high-class and tashionable. It <
;>; contains TEN ideally beautiful
; ; rooms and TWO luxuriously ap
pointed bathrooms. Trimmed in ?
solid oak. Parquet floors: Oak
*; tt paneled dining room, with drop ?
*! 2 beam ceiling. Combination gas ?
*!' ; and electric fixtures. HOT- S
!'S WATER HEAT. Decorated and |
. embellished with rare judgment ?
. j:i| and skill. No better built or ?
I;;; more elegantly finished house in J<
. ? the city. Only one left. <
. |j 1
| Terms Arranged. ?
!N. L. Sansbury, |
719-21 13th St. N. W. |
" & ?
'[ | Two Stories. i
[ 1 Eight Rooms. 1
L i ll m /> mt e
g $o,oou.
5 1 *
ii 905 & 907 I
f Monroe St. N.W. I
j; :3
* H These beautifully planned ]j
| 8 NEW HOUSES contain eight ;;
! 8 spacious rooms on two floors; *
. attic; concrete cellar; HOT \VATER
HEAT; hardwood finish; *
line decorations; handsome bay- tj
window fronts built of Roman ?
pressed brick; commodious tiled ?
bathrooms. They are remarka- t
ble for their completeness and |j
convenience and fulfill the high- f
est ideals of the perfect modern r
home. Three sold. |j
I
Reasonable Terms. I
t
? N. L. Sansbury, |
' P 7!9"21 St. X. W. |
i **++*++++*++++
i 2
j: | Corner Residence. :
t J Mount Pleasant. !
j" I 4" Three-stt i v lirick; stone trim- '
j* 4* mings; parlor, reception hall, din- J
ing room, pantry and kitchen on ,
kit! J bedrooms and tiled ,
FIT bath on second tloor; 2 bedrooms ,
? ' )j| "n third floor; hot-water heat. ?
tij Less Than $8,000 Will!
r | Buy This Desirable !
? j Property. !
r 4" First floor trimmed in hard- *
; 4* wood, handsome cabinet mantels )
r?! T and open fireplaces; beautifully tin- ,
!* j + ished and decorated: all outside ,
[* T rooms; bright and cheerful; south ,
FT an(* west exposure; open for in- ,
^ 2 spection. <
S* 4> Corner 17th and Monroe Sts. 1
h + '
r +
j. ^Morrison Real Estate Co., Inc.,)
t i 1325 G St. N.W.
+ sel7-4t.42 )
+++++++4+++4++++++++++4++'
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*"X-H ::: 1111 :- i-I -I- I-I- I-I -;-;-:|
New 1H
| Low F
^ We offer the following de
2 are all excellently located, at
T sonable terms can be made.
* purchase of a home you cant
X tion without first seeing these
_ . o , T T r J
T 140, i^u, I>J, i>+
| NORTHEAST AND NOS.
I QUINCY STREET NORTH
4 attractive new houses, in ord(
T has reduced the price on each
5 actual cost to him. The house
V above the average, the best 1
i They contain six rooms and
T expensive mantels, HOT-Y
-i- R street houses, $4,650 each.
31 houses, $4,400 each.
T 'Terms: $500 or more ca<
? This is one of the most desir
for medium priced homes. C
* wide paved streets; public alle
<* roundings.
jj A block of new houses at the
^ southwest corner of 5th and
f G streets northeast. Two
4* stories, cellars, six rooms,
tiled bath, hot-water heat,
? beautifully finished, attractive
decorations, convenient f*
ly located. Offered at a lower
^ figure than any desirable
T houses have yet been put on
4- the market for in this secX
tion.
^ ^ ? /v
4* hor $3,750 cacn wc orrcr a
-!- block of new houses on
X Washington Heights, west
X of 16th street. The most atja
tractive new houses ever
* offered in this -section at
*!* * anything like this figure. The
* rooms are large, cement celX
lars, covered porches, room
2 for stable on the lot. The lojj
cation is very desirable, near
residences costing $25,000
f and $50,000. Desirable for
? homes or investments.
X $4,750 each. A block of new
T houses near 17th and Park
1 ? road, very cozy and attracX
tive homes or first-class in4
vestments. Two stories and
? cellar, tiled bath, porcelain
: X tub, covered front and rear
:|? porches, hot-water heat* lots
?135 feet deep. Undoubtedly
? - /Y *1
4- the best homes ever orrereu i
I J in this section for the money. I
I Stone <&
| 1342 New
1 THE VEI
y
| 4* of your petting a' house finished
: r Germain
: X for a price less than you pay for
[ X nut and pine, is but ONE REAS
| ? these houses. THERE ARE M
I ; 3! GOOD REASONS-SOME WE
MUST SEE.
' i 4* n -a n r _ c i Tt;
;j? Lei us anow *
1227 to 1231IR
: I -l" COLUMBIA
: 4> *
; (Take 14tli or 1
i Two Sold.
JUST THREE OF THESE
I X HOUSES LEFT - NOT NEAR
: I T WOULD WANT THEM WHEN
j- THE HOUSES ? Three-story,
.$? fronts, with massive brownstone
; I floor, 4 on second .floor and two
: T a proper place for each piece o(
| j 4* overlooked. Numerous closets; an
J. with the best of fixtures. Front
I ! J. oak; butler's pantry; a 2-story
| T pine, overlooks a big yard; serv
; y hot-water heating plant?none as
; 4. wat ?r-heating device; gas logs;
Ijl lighting fixtures; polished floors;
1* THE LOCATION is splendid:
y and on the best through street
;' $ know, Irving street extends clear
' |X elevation; n<5 made ground; beauti
? i
' ; people make up this section.
| jj* THE LOTS A
; ? Tflie Price, 97,uw
' T THESE ARE HOUSES THAT
T *
* ? KNOW, THERE ARE LOTS OF
|4- THAT A GOOD BUILDER WOU
' 4. ANY BUILDER TO FASS ON
: I BELT, Q'BRlEf
:j| 1303 Q S
-;M : : h..K H I I I I
Hookless Waist for Poor Hubby.
NEW YORK, September 19.?Official
, announcement is made that hereafter it
will be unnecessary for any woman to
' call for assistance in buttoning her waist
, in the back.
? A public benefactor who lives in Ho;
boken, N. J., submitted for the approval
of the dressmakers a small metal device
which he said would soon take the place
[onuses, |
Vices, |
i
>ciraK1#? npw houses, which 4
extremely low prices. Rea- X
If you arc considering the T
lot afford to make a selec- ?
houses. X
AND 158 R STREET i
116, 118, 122 AND 124 -!EAST.
The owner of these X
?r to close out his holdings, j*
to a figure that represents ?
:s are well constructed, far 4
naterials having been used. f
bath, attractive decorations, It
/ATER HEAT. Price of the t
Price of the Quincy street ?
>h, the balance monthly. T
able locations in the District :*
onvenient to street cars; X
ys; no objectionable sur- T
Nos. 402 and 406 4th street 5
northeast, adjoining the cor- J
ner of D street. An excep- j.
tionally fine location for a T
low-priced house; six rooms {
and bath, cellar, beautiful 4!
? -
mantels, attractive decora- j?
tions; HOT-WATERl
HEAT. Price, $4,650 each. T
Several of the adjoining; 4
houses were purchased by Ij!
investors, who received $35 ?
a month rental. 4.
We also offer 322 and 32 , D T
street, just around the cor- 4
ner, in the same block, for Ijl
$4,500 each. T
>i?
$3,500 each. New houses on 4
one of the widest thorough- 4
fares on Columbia Heights. 7
Two stories, cellar, furnace 4
heat, covered front porches, ^
cabinet mantels, 20 feet wide. 4
*
$4,500 each. Nos. 3507 and 4
3509 Center street, near 16th X
street and Park road., Ad- 4
mitted to be the best con- 4
structed houses on the jf
Heights. Put together like 4
a fine piece of furniture. Two 4
stories and cellar, beautiful 4
bath room, hot-water heat, 4
lots 20 by 80. Must be in- 1
spected to be appreciated. t
$5,500 each. Beautiful new 4
homes on East Capitol T
street. Hot-water heated, 4
2 stories, cellar; hardwood 4
finish. 4
J
IC
1P&J.U11 11 cat ^9
York Ave. |
i- H-H1Y
IDEA j
7
throughout in 7
A
ie Oak i
a house finished In ash. chest- 7
ION why you should buy one of J
ANY OTHER EQUALLY AS ?
CAN TELL, OTHERS YOU If!
T
7
' TP ?... 7
u>iui a uimurruw. 3;
VINC ST. N.W. |
*
. HEIGHTS. ^
1th street ears.) v
Three Left. i
\ SURE-ENOUGH QUALITY j;
ENOUGH FOR ALL WHO ^
THEY SEE THEM. it
bay-window, red press brick T
trimmings; 4 rooms on first T
on top; so planned that there's 4?
*5*
' furniture?an item frequently J.
i attractive bathroom, equipped T
and rear stairways, enti^ly of V
back porch, built of Georgia 41
ant's room and toilet; "Gurney" 3!
good, none better; an instant J
unusually elaborate mantels and V
papered to suit buyers. 4?
between the two main car lines Ij!
in Columbia Heights. (You
*F
over to Rock Creek park). Ideal V
ful lawns. Excellent class of ^
RE !Sxl40.* *
v
). Easy Termis. $
' BUILDERS PRAISE. YOU $
HOUSEJ AGENTS BOAST OF A
ED NEVER COMMEND. ASK T
THESE. *
^ & CO., INC., f
>t. N.W. |
h-i-h-h-h-iof
buttons and hooks and eyes throughout
the civilized world.
"One pull on the ring," said the orator
from Hoboken. "and the dross is buttoned
or unbuttoned, hooked or unhooked as
the case may be. Any child can operate
the device."
"Give me $5 worth," said each one of
the masculine auditors.
If you want work read the want columns
of The Star.
*
fW H-H-H-H I Ml I I I M I I
| The Bliss I
j. Choice Apartnues
J Rent
| THE VE
First and B !
Fronting the Capitol a
Apartments of two r
11 ette; speedy elevator ser
** water heat. Only a few
H Prices From $15 to
I THE PET*
:: 48 H sti
One-half Block From Go\
** *5 minutes' walk fro
V Apartments 4 and =
hot water.
II - $20
:i THE RA
.. 814 Twenty-seo
4- Devoted entirely to
it ing buffet kitchen, till
T steam heat and hot wan
^ good size and well arrar
| THE AS
^ Third and G
Y Single rooms and :
X heat, hot water and ligl
iji 712 G St
X 5 blocks from Um
;* first floor.
t $2:
t
| HOL
* 2520 and 2522 13th
X bath; newly papered a
* 4* ran Ko rnniiprtnl if
9f9 vt*il ly V Wliii vv wvu * a. \avui*
: $ $50 pel
A
I w. e. cowi
! X Room 1, Bliss Building.
! Phone Connections.
j -i- -x-.i.-H
i| Chevy Ch
I Is the suburb beaut
| Lots Are Sel
| Why Not 0
^ - 19 handsome new
^ structed in this, the mos
* tion of the District of (
1 , ful?picturesque. Ever
jjjj venience for homeseeke
and an enjoyable thirty
transfer, to the heart of
$ We have one beauti
$
9 cupancy.
| Come Ou
Salesmen on the r
$ * just south of the circle.
9.
THOS. J. FISf
I 738 Fifteenth
i Phone M
; *
if A Home
Easily B
; Beaut
; No Ca
: | Pay m|
And the payme
| the fixed charges,
? the principal.
| Splendidly
| houses; brownstor
and bath; widths
| Located on Colo
if Price,
Every room is airy ai
i jr back yards.
-] The arrangement alio'
^ artistic furnishing.
if THOS. J. FISH
i 738 Fifteenth
? Phone
| -H-'M -I-I-M-M-M * 111:: i i K-H-K
T
^?parties f
its at Moderate X
als. |
NTOSA, {
Streets X.W. *jj
till lt< 1111 fn 1 PnrU* 4*
ooms. bath ami kitchen- T
vice; hot water and hotapartments
vacant. 3.
i $26.50 Per Month. ^
JHURST, t
cet X.E. I
eminent Printing Office. X
nil Union station. X
; rooms; steam heat and X
Up- |
YMOND, I
mid Street N.W. t
3-room apartments, liav- j[
ed baths, private halls, X
;r. All outside rooms of X
lged. Price, S22.50 up. j
>TORIA, |
Streets N.W. 4*
suite from $8 up; steam *
it.
reet N.E. X
on station; 5 rooms on X
'.5?. |
fSES. i
st. n.vv.; 10 rooms and {
nd painted; two houses 4ed.
Open for inspection. J
month. T
IT F\T A/[\ a**:
^i^s, jvmimger, -}Office,
35 B St. N.W. |
Open Evenings. X
?
ase, D. ., I
5
iful of the District. 4
4
$
llsng Rapidly. *
4
me to You? 2
3
iiuusta navt uvtu cuu- j
t desirable residence sec- 4
Columbia?high?health- ?
v attraction?every con- ^
rs. Splendid car service
r minutes' ride, without ^
: the city. 4
iful cottage ready for oc- ^
?Xr
4
$
t Sunday. |
>roperty. Branch office *
5
1ER & CO., Inc., |
! Street N. W. I
4
ain 6830. ^
for Yoin I
|
omghto 1
?
Xtfnnll IHl ii ii a <r* _ V
uiiiuiu ? y
sh?MoetlhJy |
emits off $45.25. t
?
:nt covers not only t
but also reduces $
y
i
t
built three-story '?
le fronts; 9 rooms t
18 to 20 ft. I
*;*
Jinnilbia KeSglhits. >
$5,750 |
id sunny. There are deep ?
ivs of the coziest and most T
V
>
IER CO., Inc., |
i Street N.W. t
a in 6830. ?
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