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Get Ready for Summer. Garland water heaters. ARLAND OAS RANGES. Full lines of these stand ?rd goods ihorn bw. Hutchinson & McCarthy, my24-l0d 1317 14TH. No Matter What Binding we do. the books stay bound. We assure you of their serviceability. HODGES* BIG BOOKBINDERY. 420-22 11TH. nir24-?k1 BARGAINS IN SLIGHTLY USED PIA->OS. $:;nn Stetson 8175 #27.*. Webster t'? $300 Walford ?1"0 HUGO WORCH. 1110 G N.W. Jal5-?m.6 Pianos for rent. Pllumibers of Ability Selected for their care and the skillful work given all Jobs?large and small. John Moran Co^SSTVw' tnh3Q-3m.6 ANNUAL MEETING OK STOTK HOLDERS OF Norther* Market Co. for ela tion of director* to nerre the enduing year will bo b*id in i4>. ? omre. 7tb ? O n.w., 3ftoday, June 7. v.m., polls open 1 to 2 p.m. EllM^T _J?- THoMP S<">\. secretary. niyl i.24.Je.>-3t Roofwork That Lasts. Repairing and Paint in* Hoofs our specialty. Our thorough, sincere work will keep the old roof sound and tight. Every Job guaranteed. Drop postal today. IRON CLAD Company, Phono Main 14 my2?-8d We Long Ago Established CACTI ?onr leadership In this line of business. Commanding the best __ manufacturing facilities and car & All LI.# rrlng the largest stocks. we can ? dlmrs quote the most FAVOR AV HRk" ABLE PRITES and give you the v V W i\ IN.. niost prompt attention. Geo. M. Barker, ?iy?.?;e. _my22-d.eSu.14 THE STR. JANE MOSELEY LEFT HERE AT 11:80 p.m. yesterday for Bait.. Md., where she will be thoroughly repaired for the coming ex cursion season. She will return here about Jnne 1 and begin her season with excursions to Somerset Beach. Rook Point and Leonardtown. Churches and Sunday schools, clubs and so cieties desiring to charter the steamer for any of the above points on the Potomac river should apply at once to LEWIS JEFFERSON. Manager, 1901 lit s.w. my2l-8t* ,eSa Experts Do the Work. ? Quick work and satisfactory results are | assured when you have our exports repair ? the auto or vehicles. Auto Tops, Slip Covers and Repainting. S. J. Meeks* Sons, ^o'wobk* 822 G ST. Phone M. 2198. apH flOt.lO Nearly a Quarter of a Century ? is rte Grafton record at roof work. Tou can rely on our service. Over 12.000 roofs In town have profited by a coat of GRAF-TONIC ROOF j paint. Grafton&Son.lnc.,^^^* mv22-10d Biggest Reductions ??** ? ever offered. Only 25 left. Call and seel the Excelsior Gas Ranges, made by Isaac i A. Sbepard & Co. They're absolutely per fect ranges. Coberth, Hancs & White Co., 1111 H ST. N.W. Phone M. 2739. mr22-10d Open Evenings. Youll save 20% to 50% of the regular price of any New Piano in our stock during this Removal Sale. Easy terms. O.J.DeMolll&Co.fH,*\SiG W* mv22-10d CLEAN PRINTING Let us show you what distinct, clean printing work we do. It commands at tention everywhere. Judd & Detweiler, Inc., THE BIG PRINT SHOP. 420-22 11TH. my2Q- lOd CONFUSION HAVING BEEN CAUSED BY SIM llarlty ot names. I wish to Inform the public that the Columbia Storage Co. Hated in the Telephone Directory as the Columbia Storage and Transfer Co.. has no connection with the COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO. of 905 New York a?e.. doing a general storage, packing and ei press business. Established 1894. Phone M. 1913. mvl9-30t EDWIN B. TERRY. Prop. REDUCED RATES TO THE COMMENCEMENT Kxerclsea of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth. Manassas. Va.?The Southern railway offers special rates to the commence ment exercises of the Manassas Industrial School, May 30, 31, 1909. To these exercises all friends of the race and of the csuse are cordially Invited. myl9-llt ALL PERSONS HAVING PLEDGES WITH H. K. FULTON. 314 9th st. n.w.. on which Is due ONE YEAR S INTEREST or more are hereby notified to pay same, or ssld pledges will be sold at public auction, THURSDAY. June 3.1809. niyl8-10t a specialty. We make old roofs good ss new; five years' guarantee. Give us a trial. Established fifteen years. Estimates free. Phone Main 5758. D. M. DORSEY 4k CO.. 742 9TH ST. mvl3-14t*.6 STEAM CARPET CLEANING?F. H. YOUNGS. Carpet* carefully cleaned and properly stored. Mattresses and feathers renovated Moderate prices. Drop postal 8111 n.w. or phone M. 1218. ap20-90t.4 MEN'S SUITS SPONGED AND PRES.SY.D. 23c. . Work called for and delivered. GREATER WASHINGTON TAILORING CO.. 1413 L St. t n.w. Phone N. 4303 M. Ja22-tf.4 ? COLBURN BROTHERS. Contractors for cement pavements, walks, steps, copings and stables. Phone 1778 Lincoln. 1209 North Capitol at. mh28-tf _ SUBURBAN SANITARY IMPROVEMENT CO.. ? 1309 9th st. n.w. ? Sanitary sewerage service for suburban homes. _ Nature's process. Purification by bacteria. 9 Rider and Ericsson hot-air pumping engines. Sheet-metal shingles. Acetylene genera tora. etc. ap24-tf ~~BKNJ. R. COLES & CO.. UPHOLSTERERS. Your parlor furniture made equal to new. The best workmanship guaranteed. Slip covers. 909 9th st. n.w. Phone M. 6516. mb16-W>t.4 PRINTING. "From the best that's possible to the cheapest worth using." CARNALIAN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO., 332-334 C st. D.w. Telephone Main 6648. mhl-3m lo PALMISTRY. MR. DAOl.'D. THE ORIENTAL PALMlbT, WILL reveal to you from your hand what you desire to know concerning all businesa or personal affairs. 1622 Q n.w. Phone North 1130. jsltt-tf.4 . ELDERS PLACED ON TBIAL. Courtroom Filed With Alleged Stolen Household Effects. Criminal Court No. 2 had the appear ance of a department store today during the trial .of Frank D. Elder, a former street car conductor, and hi? wife, Adre anas Pearl Elder, charged with grand lar ceny. Three large counscl tables were covered with silverware, table and bed linens, lace curtains, toweling and ladies' wearing apparel, which. It is alleged, the prisoners took from the residence of a Mr. Carpenter, with whom they roomed prior to leaving the city. The couple were arrested In IJsbon, Ohio, and re turned here for trial. When their trunks were seized. It is alleged the contents proved to be a large portion of the things which Mr. Carpenter had reported to the police as lost when his roomers departed. Mrs Elder Is also charged with appro priating $."il in rash, which was In the drawer of a chiffonier In the room of Mrs. Carpenter. COLLIER ARRAIGNED. Will Be Tried Next Month for Shoot ing Capt. Mathews. John W. Collier, the ex-polic?man who shot Capt. William II. Mathews March 5 last in the latter's office in the fifth precinct police station, was arraigned to day In Criminal Court No. 1 before Jus tice Gould. He entered a plea of not guilty and announced that he had re tained Attorneys Arthur A. Birney and Chapman W. Fowler for his defense. I'nited State? Attorney Baker has noti fied counsel for the former policeman that he desires the case disposed of be fore June 15. It is likely that the trial will be set down for the week preceding the middle of next month. Attorneys Birney and Fowler declined to d<s<UBs the plea which will be made lor the defense of the prisoner. ARMY AND NAVY NEWS, Naval Movements. The gunboat Marietta has arrived at Port Limon, the gunboat Wolverine at Sandusky and the collier Lebanon at Guantanamo. The gunboat Mindero has sailed from Cavite for Jolo, the gunboat Hist from Manzanillo for Guantanamo. the cruiser Prairie from Hampton roads for New York and the cruisers West Virginia. Pennsylvania and Maryland from San Francisco for Seattle. From England to Asia. Commander J. H. Gibbons, just relieved from duty as naval attache at the United States embassy in London, has been or dered to take command of the cruiser Charleston, flagship of the first division of the Pacific fleet in Asiatic waters. He will relieve Commander H. S. Knapp, who is ordered home and placed on wait ing orders. Army Orders. Leave of absence for four months, with permission to go beyond the sea, is grant ed Capt. Jens Bugge. 28th Infantry, and MaJ. Samuel M. Waterhouse, Medical Corps. Capt. William H. Hay, 10th Cavalry, is relieved from duty at the Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa., and will proceed to join his troop. MaJ. Merrltte W. Ireland, Medical Corps, will proceed tto New York city on official business pertaining to the medical sup ply depot, and upon the completion of this duty will return to his proper sta tion. Leave of absence to September 4, 1000, Is granted to Second Lieut. Edward D. Ardery, Corps of Engineers. The leave of absence granted Capt. Josephus S. Cecil, 18th Infantry, 1s ex tended two months. CapL William K. Jones, 6th Infantry, is detailed for duty at the encampment of the Nebraska National Guard to be held at Ashland, Neb., July 19 to 30, 1900. Naval Orders. Commander H. S. Knapp, from com mand the Charleston, to home and wait orders. Commander J. H. GlbbonR, from duty the naval attache. United States embassy, London. England, to command the Charleston. Lieut. Commander A. T. Long, from the Illinois and wait orders. Lieut. Commander H. I. Cone, from the bureau of navigation, Navy Depart ment, to duty as chief of the bureau of steam engineering. Navy Department, with rank of rear admiral. Lieut. R. E. Pope, from ?the Tdaho, to the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Carpenter L. Hasse, to the navy yard, Norfolk, Va. WEATHER FORECAST. Fair Tonight; Tuesday Increasing Cloudiness, Variable Winds. For the District of Columbia, Maryland, eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, fair tonight. Tuesday Increasing cloudiness; not much change In tempera ture; light to moderate variable winds. Maximum temperature past twenty-four hours, 69; a year ago, 79. The storm area that covers the plains states has caused showers In the Missis sippi valley and all districts west thereof, except on the immediate Pacific coast. There were heavy showers and thunder storms In Oklahoma. Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. In the districts east of the Mississippi river generally fair weather has pre vailed, with gradually rising temperature. Cooler weather is reported from the pla teau region and the northwestern states. Frost formed Sunday night In western Colorado, northern New Mexico, southern Utah and Nevada. The rain area attending the western storm will spread eastward to the east gulf states and the upper Ohio vallev during Monday night or Tuesday, and to the Atlantic states'Wednesday. Monday night and Tuesday the weather in the Atlantic states and the lower lake region will be fair, followed by increasing cloudi ness. No Important change In temperature is indicated for the eastern and southeast ern districts within the next thirty-six or forty-eight hours. The winds along the middle Atlantic coast will be light to moderate variable, becoming easterly Tuesday; on the south Atlantic coast light variable; on the east gulf coast moderate to brisk southerly. Steamers departing today for European ports will have moderate variable winds, .mostly westerly, and fair weather to the Grand Banks. The following heavy precipitation (in inches) has been reported during the past twenty-four hours: Wichita, 1.24; Okla homa, 1.64; Rapid City, 1.96; Bentonvllle, 1.28; Sheridan, 1.50; Halifax, 2.74; Fort 8mith. 1.00; Chandler. Okla., 3.22; Hold enville, Okla., 2.14; Shawnee, Okla., 3.34; Tulsa, Okla., 170. During the twenty-four hours ending 8 a.m. Sunday; Key West, 1.28; North Platte, 1.00. Records for Twenty-Four Hours. The following were the readings of the thermometer and barometer at.the weath er bureau for the twenty-four hours be ginning at 2 p.m. yesterday: Thermometer?May 23, 4 p.m., 6%; 8 p.m., 60; 12 midnight, 52. May 24, 4 a.m., 49; 8 a.m., 60; 12 noon, 67; 2 p.m.. 69. Maximum, 69. at 2 p.m.. May 24; mini mum, 48, 5 a.m., May 24. Barometer?May 23, 4 p.m., 29.88 ; 8 p. m., 29.8D; 1*3 midnight, 29.94. May 24, 4 a.m., 29.93; 8 a.m., 29.98; noon, 29.97 ; 2 p.m., 29.96. Tide Tables. Today?Low tide. 5:54 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; high tide, 11:46 a.m. Tomorrow?Low tide, 6:32 a.m. and 7:23 p.m.; high tide, 12:23 a.m. and 12:40 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today?Sun rose 4:42 a.m.; sun sets 7:12 p.m. Tomorrow?Sun rises 4:41 a.m. Moon sets 12:08^a.m. tomorrow. The City Lights. The city lights and naphtha lamps all lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; extinguishing begun one hour before sun rise. All arc and Incandescent lamps lighted fifteen minutes after sunset and extinguished forty-five minutes before sunrise. Condition of the Water. Temperature and condition of water at 8 a.m.: Great Falls?Temperature. ?2; condition, 55. Dalecarlia reservoir?Tem perature, 65; condition at north connec tion. 28: condition at south connection 28. Georgetown distributing reservoir Temperature, 63; condition %*t influent gatehouse, 18; condition at effluent gate house, 17. Shoots and Kills Brother-in-Law. EASTON, Pa., May 24.?Victor Graver shot and killed his brother-in-law, Wil son Beers, at the former's home at Moorestown, this county. The men had baen On unfriendly terms for some time past. Beers broke into Graver's house and was entering his bedroom when Graver shot him. THE REAL ESTATE SENSATION OF THE SEASON Four of These Houses Have Already Been Sold Before Completion and Without a Line of Advertising. FOUR (4) MORE SOLD THIS MORNING, MAKING A TOTAL OF 8 SOLD. The most beautiful six-room houses ever sold anywhere at sorb prices. Houses that have every feature found In homes at three times the price. Dwelling places that are perfect In construction. complete In appointments, artistic in design and located in a neighbor hood already established and with no uncertainty as to the future. ?P IPS' $3,850 and $3,975. A NEW DEPARTURE. Heretofore the criticism made, and justly, of the average six-room homsc has been the absence of artistic taste displayed. Of small houses fur sale there are many; of those combining convenience, comfort and beauty there has been a real lack. The idea of the average builder of the ordinary, moderate-sized bouse has been that of a place to live in, with little regard for the artistic aud esthetic features, lu these new houses. Cor. 7th St., Rock Creek Church Road and Ouincy St. N.W., the builder has achieved a real triumph in a house having every possible up-to-date feature and as much of real architectural beauty as has> ever been >eeu in any city home. The picture herewith presented gives a mere suggestion of the attractive ness of these houses and of the neighborhood of which they form a part. TMK CONSTRUCTION is absolutely of the best. They were erected by one of the most careful and conscientious bnildcrt* of home*, a man who has devoted years of thought and labor to the bringing out of a perfect house. Kvery material that can make for strength has been incorporated- for instance, steel beams, up to the present time found only in larger houses, are us-d throughout. The brickwork is second to none; the lumber, well seasoned and especially selected; the plumbing perfect to the minutest detail, and the decorations the equal of those in any house at any price. t The bouses have six rooms, large bathrooms, cabinet mantels of unique design, parquet flooring, guaranteed heating plnnt and ELECTRIC LJGHT as well as gas. THESE BEING THE ONLY LOW-PRICED HOUSES EVER PRODUCED IN WASH INGTON HAVING ELECTRIC LIGHT. THESE HOUSES ARE 20 FEET WIDE, have deep lots, most attractive frouts of Pebble-dash and Flemish bond brick, with covered front and rear porches. and bay windows front and back. * The parlors, dining rooms and sleeping chambers are all of good size, the halls are wide. The kitchens have been planned with the fullest consideration for easy housekeeping, every ]K>ssiblc accessory for lightening labor having been installed. THE LOCATION is an established one, there being no element of chance in the establishment of a home there. They are surrounded by property of high character. The streets arc lined with full-grown shade trees. They are convenient to a good car line, and have a charming outlook, .Including the park-like grounds of the Soldiers* Ilmue. Owing to the very low figure at which the builder acquired the ground and the large number of bouses included in this operation, we are able to offer them at the unheard-of prices of $3.8.V) and S.'!.t>75 and on terms' of $300 cash and monthly payments of $31.50 and $32.30. respectively. INCLUDING AIjL INTEREST. They will easily rent for $30.50. Remember the address?SEVENTH STREET. ROCK CREEK CHURCH ROAD AND Ql/INCY ST. N.W.. one and one-half squares east of New Hampshire ave. and Georgia ave. (formerly Brightwood ave.t. One block north of Park ivad. Transfer (temporarily) at 7th st. and Florida ave. and get off at Georgia and New Hampshire aves. (Through cars soon.) SAMPLE HOUSE OPEN TOMORROW AND EVERY DAY. DO NOT FAIL TO GO OCT. AN INSPECTION OF THESE HOUSES IS WELL WORTH A TRIP OF MANY MILES. Moore & Hill,'^13330 St. N.W I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. THIRD AND N STREETS SOUTHEAST ?A. Webster Richards et ux. t> Nelle T. Jones, lots 37 to 41, squ.iru Sol; $10. GRISWOLD'S ADDITION TO ANACOS TIA?National Capital Bank to George W. Oren. jr.. lot 261; $10. Samp to Arthur B. Suit, lot 200; *1>>. S STREET NORTHWEST between 17th and 18th streets?Eleanor Fulton to Daniel Eraser, part lot 78, squaiv 1,$10. THIRD STRKET SOUTHWEST be tween E and G streets?John John son to Bernard Leonard, parts origi nal lots -7 and 28, square 539; $10. HOLMEAD MANOR?Thomas J. Lane et al. to Con J. Mahoney, lot 102, block 4G; $10. DOBBINS' ADDITION ? Francis A. Blundon et ux. to Anna B. Buxmau and Bertha Al. Buxnian, lot 47, block 18; $10. 1NGLESIDE?Angelo Minno et ux. to Luther A. Swartzell, lot 88, block 14; $100. SHADYS1DE?Washington and Mary land Realty Company to Jonas Grim, lots 0 and in, square 2070, $10. Same to Preston J. Duvall. lots 13 and 10, square 2970; $10. Same to Benjamin F. Foltz. lots 40 and 47, square 2070; $10. Same to Jo^.n T. Fogle. lots 17 to 20, square 207<>; $H?. Same to Harriet M. Grim, iols 7 and 8, square 2970; $10. MISSION WORKERS MEET. Rev. J. 0. Knott Welcomes Dele gates to Covington Conference. COVINGTON. Va., May 24.?The Wom an's Home Mission ociety of the Bal timore conference, M. E. Church South, met in Covington Saturday, and the sessions will last till Wednesday. Abut sixty women, representing congregations from the entire membership of the Bal timore conference, gathered In the audi torium of Granbery Memorial Church to hear the annual sermon from the pastor. Rev. Dr. J. O. Knott. The Woman's Home Mission Society of the Methodist Church South was es tablished in 1880, under the name of the ?Woman's Department of Church Exten sion. Since then its name has been chanced to the one It now bears, and the society numbers 7.".ortO, with purpose in Its charter: "To procure and maintain homes or parsonages for the use of the Itinerant preachers of the Methodist Epis copal Church South, find to establish and maintain schools, missions, hospitals, homes for the friendless and other chari ties and agencies for the jjr^pagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the eleva tion of mankind." The Baltimore conference officers are; President. Mrs. L. E. Spindle of Harrison burg. Va.; first vice president, Mrs. Henry Knowles, Washington, D. C.; second vice president, Mrs. W. H. Ballengee (recently deceased); third vice president, Mrs. W J. H Robinson, Washington; treasurer. Miss Vivian Conway. Fredericksburg, Va.; cor responding secretary. Mrs. J. H. Kuhl man. Relstertown, Md.; recording secre tary, Miss Esser Hoffman, Linden, Va.; press superintendent. Mrs. Alice Shep herd of North Carolina. Mrs. J. ' B. Perrie of Westwood. Md.. Is for the present meeting acting as cor responding secretary. Revs. P. W. Jeff- I rics and W. II. Balleniree of Washington;) Rev. Paul Tyler of Frederick City. Md.;| Rev. W. H. Best of Ronceverte. W. Va.. and Rev. T. J. I.amhert of I.ewisburg, W. Va.. are also in attendance. The services Sunday evening were of the character of greeting from the pastor They Cae't Be Improved Upoo. We make this statement without reservation concerning these new houses at f 17th and Six (6) Sold. Lamont Streets. Only Three (3) Left. You couldn't get a better house if you built it yourself and spent 50 per cent more on the construction. The name of the builder alone is enough to sell them? a reputation that is a valuable selling asset among houses in Washington. - IF YOU WOULD SEE A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, $ SEE THESE. ' i Location?The choicest section of Mt. Pleasant; beauti ful streets with finest surroundings; just oft" Mt. Pleasant (Conn, ave.) car line. Houses?Built like a Pullman Car?compact, conven ient and constructed to wear, to last, to look as well ten vears hence as now. Prices, $10,750 to $11,750. Following Us a Brief Description: Twenty-five feet wide; ten rooms, three baths; three covered back porches; hot-water heat; tongue grooved hardwood floors; .selected hardwood trim throughout; doors and mantels made especially for these houses. Klectric and pas light. Artistic open fireplaces. Oak paneled dining room, with beamed ceiling. Larue library that looks the part. Remarkably handsome decora tions. Gas and elcctric fixtures of high est grade. Numerous large closets. Especial facilities for proper ven tilation. TWO OF THESE HOI'SES HAVB GARAGES OF T1IE MOST MODERN TYPE. SAMPLR HOUSE. 1724 LAMONT ST.. OPEN DAILY. SEE THEM TODAY. i V t V V V V X ? y ?% MOORE HILL,. Inc., 1333 Q Street N.W. ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v f Y X of Oranbery Memorial Church and repre sentatives of the different societies of tl% conureuation. Mrs. Henry Knowles of Washington made response in behalf of the Home Mission Society, after which Mrs. R. W. MacDonel of Nashville made the main address. The music for the services was in charce of Mrs. Lucy Dice Estill, organist of the local church. DIES IN BALTIMORE STATION. Anthony W. Soper Had Just Re turned From Washington. BALTIMORE. May 24.-Anthony W. fioper, sixty-six years old, UWHJ Rolton street, died suddenly at the station of (he Washington. Baltimore and Annapolis electric line yesterday morning shortly after his arrival from Washington. He was accompanied by his son-in-law. Mr. Leroy P. Sheriff, 514 K street north east, Washington, and was on his way to St. Agnes' Hospital for treatment for Bright's disease. Mr. 8oper had been vis iting his daughter and son-in-law in Washington and left there at 9 o'clock. He had been sitting in the station only a few minutes when he became uncon scious. E^r. H. K. Gorsuch, 17 West Sara toga str?*t, was called, but Mr. Roper was dead when the physician arrived. The body was taken to tlie uhdertakins parlors of Graham F. Walker. Lafayette and Fremont avenues, to await the ar rival of his son. Herbert W. Soper, from New York. Planter Killed in a Duel. HOMER, La., May *24.?News has reached Homer of a duel in the western part of Claiborne parish, which resulted in the death of T. A. Madry, a well known planter. T. J. Miller, another planter, is chargcd with the killing. PRICE, $7,500, Right On 14th N.W., Cor. of Meridian St. (Ju?t 3 Squares North of Park ReaiL) A BIG SUCCESS. What has really made this offer so successful is not only the amount of house you get for the money, but the good quality and lo cation. Every man claims his offer is the best. That's natural, but here Is the house that's selling. Sold twenty of them in the two other adjacent frontages before the completion of one. Sold four of the eight in ^iis frontage in the past week. ? One purchaser here personally Inspected twelve other properties, some of them priced as high as 5!?.3i?), but in no instance did he find any one house that contained so many home essential features as this one. Each home feet wide, six big bedrooms, lots of closet spare. A bathroom on each sleeping floor. Combination gas and electric light ing; electric attachments throughout entire house for fans, etc. Par quet floors. Back porches, massive front porches. Fine yards back and front. Laundries, servants' toilets, hot-water heat. Don't put off an inspection of this home. At the prlr-e offered you can't help but appreciate it. $G00 cash. Balance monthly, including interest and principal. TO INSPECT: Take 14th st. car to corner of Meridian st. n.w. Sample house, 3417 14th st. n.w. 0 Shannon & Luchs, 713 14th St. N.W. "Look for Our Green and White Sign." Shannon & Luchs. 110 New Houses. Selling on an Average of One a Day. Only $3,750. Cor. Georgia Ave. (Brigi&5rAvenue) and Lamont St. N.W. Never was there a man born that could work as steadily as a dollar. When you put a dollar to work it keeps up day and night, month in and month out, year In and year out. Did it ever occur to you that when you buy a home you are making your dollars work? In buying this home you may increasing your monthly outlay a few dollars, but stop and think. In t is case, most of that monthly outlay?comes hark to >\v:, so that means your monthly expense is actuall> less than rent Shannon & Luchs. $300 Cash?Balance $29.50 flonthly, Including All Interest. The monthly terms we offer are only one of the !rssin> why this house is worth your time to see?and see now TODAY. Fact of the matter is that this home is as complete in its equipment as a house at almost twice the price. In buying now you get the benefit of a price that is made possible as a result of the vast Volume of business conducted. 910 New and Differently Designed Homes. Thfs is a very large and wonderful building operation, and the most remarkable feature of it is the fact that although a moderate-priced home is offered, still it is located directly north of the business center of the city, and in addition to that, it is located just east of Columbia Heights, at an elevation of 108 feet higher than Capitol Hill. Will that help values? We know it will. To fully appreciate why we are selling these homes i-o quickly, come and see them. Just think! Six line, bright, cheerful rooms and the best equipped bath you have ever seen, parquet floors, hardwood trim; upstairs as well as down; just lik?- big houses. Each home full 2n feet wide; just like expensive houses. Furnace heat. Each home a palace in itself. To Inspect: Take flth street cars to Lamont street northwest, or 11th street cars to Kenyon or Lamont street and walk one and one half squares east to properties. SHANNON & LUCHS, 713 14th St. N.W. "LOOK F\)R OUR GREEN AND WHITE SIGN." Injuries Prove Fatal After Years. CUMBERLAND. Md.. May 24.?From injuries sustained in the wreck of a pas senger train on the Somerset and Cam bria branch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad several years ago, Mrs. George Berkebile died at her home, near Meye-s ?lale. She was fifty-eight years of age. In the wreck several persons were killed and a score seriously injured. If you want work read the want col umns of The Star.