TO* AXYUAI. MKETIMI OT THE STOCK
hol*er? of the 1 V>nirrc*? Hall Hotd < "niptir
of Ws*hln*toii. I?. <'.. f.?r the election ?f
4Ir*<t..r? and I be transaction of any
hnsine*-. that may he properly hmiich? nefore
the meeting. win he held at the hotel Tum
dar ?*-tnber 11. 1?1?. at # seine* In tbe
,T,-nln( J. C. WEEDON. Secretary.
?el2 3t _
ANY ONF. SIT KINO ELDERLY MAN THROWN
fr*?ro llth st far Tuesday. August -. atw>Bt 5
pro.. ror. l?th at. ami N. Y ar^ please com
mtmlcate with E. HILTON JACKSON Colum
bian l.ul'lUig ?<10 3t
* ~~ SEPTEMBER in. 19W.
The real estate Arm of Kin*. Xlilbum A Col
Here. 14lo ?? st. n.w.. la this day dissolved by
motual consent, Mr. George R roller* retir
ing The bunlneui will be continued at the
*anie office by William L. K. Kin* and Charles
C Milhiirn under the Arm name of King *
WJf. L F. KING.
rifABl.KS C. MILRl'RN.
GEO. R. COLLIERE.
Mr Col Here will remain in the airplay of
the new firm. sel0-3t
~ ANNOl NCEMENT.
I take pleasure In announcing the opening ft
my NEW STORE, where 1 am carrying a com
plete line of High single Pianos and Organs and
the Edison and Victor Talking Machines.
W. I WHITSON.
B?.*j 0Ot.7 71* llth at. n.w.
REDUCED FREIGHT KATES TO PACTFIO
coaet and f'?r western points on honaehold
IwhIk hv consolidated car loads. SECURITY
TORAfiB COMPANY. 1140 15th at. s*?-7t
A < KNKKU. OH CALLED MEETING OF THE
Ri'^'kbold* * of the WASHINGTON. AI.EXAN
T?ltt\ AM" MT. VERNON RAILWAY COM
r\NY Will W held at the principal offlee of
t?).- companr. at Mt. Vernon. Virginia, on
Wedne>d.tT. September 21. 1UW. at 2 o'clock
t? m., for tb?- purpose of considering a proposed
at^on)?*nt with the Washington \irginia Rall
?st Company. W. H. LAWTON.
i*:. t4t Aaat. Secretary.
IRONCLAD ROOF PAINT
IT S AIL IRON: IT LASTS'!
Ton say. "Anybody can paint a roof." hot we'd
show ym how to Bare m??ney by painting your
roof RI?;IIT and with the RIGHT MATERIAL.
We're teen doing It for 37 years. Call us up!
IRONCLAD Company. Pbone Main 14.
tw 12 KM
A Corps of
Hodg. s Big Bookbtndcry otters the Ideal book
binding service. Work done qub kly and eijierlly.
it J?nc' Rl'? bookbixdery.
Star Anne*, llth and Pa.
pel 2 d.eSn.*
A A ? Yon will find It worth while
Th n filn's developed here,
Ii er S^OHl Bent work-lowe?t charges.
MA I aaro Anti-trust Photo Dealer.
? A. Leese, 6u llth ?t. n.w.
QALLERY OF ART
\\ t reopen I? 'h?> public on week day* on
Thur?l?T. September 15. 101<?. The date of
the opening of the Sunday <-xbihlti.i?" will be
ann?mn?>d lat^r. V. B. Moil I I RE, Director.
Show Us the Roof
. V 2"? Tears In business and never yet
" ANT V f(.? on , ^.b. our "FAMOUS
MAKE GBAFTOX1C PAINT" protects today
_ / on 14 .?"**> roofs. None <N)?il at an J
TIGHT. t prj,^
G rafton&Sora,lnc., f,'h4 2^?o.
?eH> 1 rwl
Jobbers Find Our Prices
?the LOWEST that can be
quoted on Lumber and Mill
work of satisfactory quality.
E7Doors. Sash. Blinds. Molding, etc.
GEO. M. BARKER, T
B1ILDING MATERIAL. PHONE M. 1348.
<#>1A d.eSu. 14
We are experienced in repairing
defective furnaces, latrobes, etc.
- a Reliable Sto*en>an.
nutcninson, n^utbrt. ph n.?2tu.
Printing of a
- The smart and clean cut appearance of J. A D.
jrintirg wins the fa*orabie comment of all. Let.
t.? haTc the copy, we'll do the reat.
Jucld <& Detwealer, Inc.,
THE BIG PRINT SHOP. 420 22 11TH.
? I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
My Typewriter Letters
Are Business Getters
- nVn ther are ?T??'?atlc.lly to exploit ?
particular line of business. Samples snd prices
BYRON S. ADAMS, j?? >
Ce!lar Floors Concreted,
Sixty Cents Square Yard.
Get estimate for cement walks. st?p?. cop
tng basement and stai>le floors frotn
COI.BI RN BROS. CO.. INC..
pt'one 7"89. 1204 G St. n.w.
So v a You can get no better
iJCVB work than ours no matter
what yoo pay- We hare
?* J' "PAINLESS PRICES." and
On sre "ALWAYS BUSY."
Your Harry B- Darling,
Ground Floor?414 9th n.w.
P. in iking. ma-tno
Moth Bags, Moth Paper,
LOOSE-LEAF LEtKJERS. ETC.
Office supplies of E*ery Description.
We close 5 p m. Saturdays. 1 p.Ok
E. Morrison Paper Co.,
1009 Pa. Ave. N.W.
EFFORT TO DISPEL DOUBT.
Capt. Schaefer to Determine Gen.
Urcll's Burial Place.
Capt K. f* S? haefer of this city wrote
a letter t<*lay to Mrs R Byrne, a sister
of Hie late <?en. M. E Vrell, who died In
Cork. Ireland, rewntly. in order to learn
more clearly the last wishes of Gen. I'rell
in regard to the place he should be
Capt. S< haefertonk tlsis action after con
stiltir.g with James I"fell of New York
an<l < ?>l Richaid A O'Brien. It will be
-everal weeks. In all probability, before it
i- definitely decided whether Gen. I'rell
will be buried in Ireland or in this coun
A letter from Mrs. Byrne to .lames
I'rell, under the date of September said
that when Gen. I'rell found himself seri
Ousl> ?ll he at first expressed a desire to
be buried In Washington, bht that later
he said that he would prefer to be buried
in Kllk.ary, the old burial ground at
Real Estate Transfers
FORT SARATOGA ADDITION TO
BROOK LAND?Fanny G. rx?r?ey to
Hush \V. Conklin. lot 23. block ?2; SI.
I'HKVY I'M ASK HEIGHTS?The New
lands Company to Kliiabeth M.
I* elps, lot l. square lsr.H; $10.
THIRTY-SEVENTH STRKET EXTEND
ED International Realty and Devel
opment Company to James S. Engliah.
lot 377. s<iu.?re 1301: $10.
RUADENSBCRG ROAD?George D.
Karr to Cbarles H. Morgan, trustee,
part of Turkey Thicket, John and
Mary and Trouble Knded; $10.
TKNNK88KE AVENUE NORTHEAST
between A and B streets?Sadie T.
Roe to Philip F. Brady, lot 63, square
CHEVT CHASE?Fulton R. Gordon et
ux. to John W. Clark, lots 26. 27
and 28, square 1?49; $5,392.
N?* VCl AND .105 U STREET SOUTH
WEST?John Fitxmorris to Thomas
P. Brown, all Interest in original lot
17, square VHP. $10. Thomas P. Kil
roy et ux to same, all interest in
GROVES PARK?Groves Park Company
to Jesse <* Siler, lot S, block 4122; $lo.
HOLM BAD M ANOR?Harry B. Willaon
et ux. to Claude B. and Marie A.
Koontz. lot i:i??, block 43; (10.
Mr. Bryce Inspects Crjial.
PANAMA. September 12?James Br>c?,
the British embassador to the United
States, left . here yesterday tor South
America. The ambassador spent a day
or two In the isthmus Inspecting the
canal, in which he has shown great in
SUSPICION IN PRUSSIA.
Questions During Army Maneuvers
Get Him in Trouble?Is Re
DANZIG. Prussia,' September 12.?It
transpires that during the recent Imperial
army maneuvers E. G. Claasen, a Ger
man-American, who belongs In the United
States, was arrested on suspicion of be
ing a spy. Claasen satisfied the authori
ties of his innocence and subsequently
Clausen came here to visit his old home
and improved the opportunity to witness
the operations. His many questions re
garding the movements of the combatants
excited the suspicion of the military au
thorities and although the visitor ex
hibited a letter of credit and gave first
<-la?3 references In Elbing, the officers
refused to telephone to that city for in
formation, but detained Claasen and sum
moned military police officials from Dan
zig. The latter examined thft, prisoner,
and, reaching the conclusion that he was
a harmless observer, ordered his release
EQUITY COURT?Justice Barnard.
Elliott agt. Elliott; order overruling
motion for alimony pendente lite; plain
tiffs attorneys. Archer & Smith; defend
ant's attorney. Chase Roys.
Chapman agt. Chapman; rule as to
alimony, returnable September lti; plain
tiffs attorneys. J. F. Collins and L. M.
King: defendant* attorney. W. L Pol
Wagner agt. Schofleld; auditor's report
confirmed: plaintiff's attornev. D. C. Stut
ler; defendant's attorney, W. E. Am
Breneman agt. Driver; commission or
dered to issue: plaintiffs attorneys, Kap
pler & Merillat; defendant's attorneys,
H. E. Davis and Simon Lyon
Coughlln agt. Trades Unionist Publish
ing Company; report of receiver referred
to auditor; plaintiff s attorney, Charles T.
Hamilton agt. Bowman heirs; decree
perfecting title; plaintiffs attorneys, T.
P. Myers and C. V. Church.
In re application of United States Peat
Fuel Company; decree changing name to
New Era Development Company; attor
ney, F?ed C. Geiger.
In re application of American Invest-1
ment and Development Company; decree)
changing name to Bellman Investment
and Development Company; attorney, F.
Coffey agt. National Savings and
Trust Company; restraining order re
turnable Septembur JO; plaintiff's attor
ney, Nathaniel Wilson.
Dean apt. Johnson; heirs' decree es
tablishing title; plaintiff s attorney John
In re estate of Victor Anderson; order
appointing Louis V. De Bimy receiver;
bond. $10,000; attorney, C. W. Owen.
Keeler agt. Boyer; D. W .Baker and F.
J. Hogan; appointed trustees to sell;
bond, $3,000; plaintiff's attorneys. Baker,
Sheehy & Hogan.
BANKRUPTCY COURT-Justice Bar
In re William Thqrnburn, jr.; adjudica
tion and reference to E. S. McCalmont.
In re Samuel Berman; order to deliver
books to bankrupt.
CRIMINAL COURT?Justice Barnard.
United States agt. Morris Kid well; car
nal knowledge; time to settle bill of ex
ceptions and file record extended to Oc
tober 15; attorney. J. McD. Carrington.
CIRCUIT COURT?Justice Barnard.
Vawter agt. Capital Traction Company;
time to file transcript extended to Octo
ber 10; plantiffs attorney, L. J. Mather;
defendant's attorneys. R. Ross Perry &
Son and G. T. Dunlop.
PROBATE COURT.?Justice Barnard.
In re Edmund C. Nussear; order ap-1
pointing Clara L. Nussear guardian; bond,
$1,500; attorneys, Mark Stearman and P. |
Estate of Mary T. Moore; rule as to |
contempt: attorney. C. W. Owen.
Estate of Edward Brown; will admitted
to probate and letters testamentary grant
ed to Carrie B. Carter; bond, $100; attor
ney, C. W. Clagett.
Estate of Robert W. Johnson: will ad-]
mitted to probate and letters testament
ary* granted to Daniel W. Johnson; bond,
attorney. Lem Towers, jr.
Estate of Margaret Clary: petition fori
letters of administration filed; attorney.
J. H. Zabel. 1
Estate of Anna E. Hall; will dated July
3??. 1MO, filed.
Estate of Sarah S Rosenberger; will I
dated May Si, 1010, filed.
Capt. William A. Covington, Coast Ar
tillery Corps, will assume charge of the
Signal Corps fire-control installation in
the artillery. District of Columbia.
Capt. Henry J. Hatch, Coast Artillery
Corps, will proceed to Fort Monroe, Va., j
for consultation with the coact artillery
Leave of absence for twenty days Is.
granted Second Lieut. Edgar Z. 8teever.
3d. 11th Infantry.
The following-named officers are reliev
ed from duty at the Army War College,
in this city, to take effect October 31. and
will then proceed to Join their proper
Lieut. Cols Charles M. O'Connor, Rth
Cavalry: John C. F. Tillson. lHth In
fantry. and John T. Knight, deputy quar
termaster general, and Majs. William C.
Brown, 3d Cavalry: Charles L. Beckurts,
5th Infantry; David J. Baker, Jr.. 11th
Infantry and Oodfrey H. Macnonald, 13th
Cavalry and Capts. Ell A. Helmlck, loth
Infantry: Alexander L. Dade, 0th Infantry;
Kdwin O. Sarratt, Coast Artillery Corps;
William K. Naylor. 0th Infantry; George
H. Jamerson. 20th Infantry, and Gilbert
A. Youngberg, Corps of Engineers.
Lieut. Commander E. T. Pollock, from
Massachusetts to Virginia.
IJeut. Commander M. it Trench, from
Indiana to Newport News Shipbuilding
t'omiany, Newport, News, Va.. and com
mand of the Perry when placed in com
Lieut. Commander H. H. Hough, from
Virginia to office of naval intelligence,
Lieut. Commander F. H. Brumby, from
Virginia to New Hampshire.
Lieut. Commander E. McCauley, jr.,
from Louisiana to Virginia.
Lieut. Commander C. L. Hussey, from
New Hampshire to Indiana.
IJeut. J. H. Newton, Jr.. from Montana
Ensign W. S Farber, from Kansas to
Ensign F. N. Eklund, from Princeton to
Knsign J. H. Klein, Jr.. from Rhode
Island to Roe.
Midshipman J. 8. Hulings, from Sout!\
Dakota to Princeton.
Midshipman C. McCauley, from Mary
land to Princeton.
Paymaster W. A. Greer, resignation ac
cepted. to take effect October 1, 1010.
Chief Gunner E. N. Fisher, from navy
yard. Philadelphia. Pa., to New York
Chief Gunner A. <8. Mackenzie, to nary
The Rainbow has arrived at Shanghai;
the Louisiana, Kansas. New Hampshire
and South Carolina at Southern drill
grounds; the Hannibal at Hampton roads;
the Abarenda at Singapore; the Califor
nia. Colorado, Pennsylvania and Wash
ington at Valparaiso; the Yorktown at
Panama; the Lebanon at Indian Head;
the Brutus and Caesar at Hampton
roads and the Montana and North Caro
lina at Provincetown.
The Marietta has sailed from BlueAelds
for Cristobol and the Indiana from An
napoli* for Philadelphia*
HOSES' 16TH ANNUAL
SEPTEHBER FURNITURE SALE.
$84 Genuine Colo
nial Mahogany Bu- $56
.. .$ 15.00
G. O. Wardrobes. $0200
G. O. Wardrobes.$17.?#>
G. O. Wardrobes ,*2S.OO
G. O. Wardrobes.$H5.00
G. O. Wardrobes.*."* 00
G. O. Wardrobes.$35. <10
B.-E. M. Wardrobes. . $56.00
Odd E. K. Ward robes. $108.00
Mahogany Ward robes. $30.00
Mah. Cheval Glasses. .$.30.00
Mali. Cheval Glasses. .$'58.00
Mali. Cheval Glasses. ,$.VMF>
Mah. Cheval Glasses. .$58.00
Mah. Cheval Glasses. .*44.0o
Mah. Cheval Glasses. .$48iiO
Mah. Cheval Glasses. ,.?80.00
Mah. Cheval Glasses.$120.?O
G. O. Cheval Glasses. ,$30.n0
Maple Cheval Glasses.$50.rt>
Wal. Cheval Glasses. S4*.Oo
Wal. Cheval Glasses.$175.00
Mah. Cheval Glasses. .$75.00
Mah. Choval Glasses. .$90.00
Fermi it lire
at II5% to
Red Met Sonus,
Chiffonier.. $4o.o? *27.50
Chiffonier.. $44.00 $36.73
Chiffonier.. $37.50 $27 00
Chiffonier.. $55.00 $#4.00
Chiffonier.. $46 00
Chiffonier . $41.00
Chiffoniers $19.50 $16.95
Chiffoniers $25.00 $21.05
Chiffoniers, dull.$24.50 $21.95
Chiffoniers S33.O0 ,?2!>.90
Chiffoniers $27.V> $2290
Chiffoniers $27.00 $21.65
Chiffoniers $32.<?0 $27.80
Chiffoniers $26.00 S22.10
Chiffoniers HM$ *25.75
Chiffoniers $27.00 $23.65
Chiffoniers $23.00 $19.35
Chiffoniers $25.00 $21.65
Chiffoniers $39.00 *29.90
Chiffoniers $.14.50 $2890
Chiffoniers $34.00 $26.60
This Polished Brass Bed,
2-inch post, when sold with any
spring and mattress, <?(Q) (ThA
special - ^ *
Any wnnted sire; best English lac
quer. guaranteed for five years.
Satin Brass Beds.
Brass Beds...'. $16.00 $9.00
3-in. Brass Beds..$27.00 $22.50
. 3-in. Brass Beds. .$50.00 $28.00
3-in. Brass Beds..$48.00 $:t0.00
6-in. Brass Beds. .$52.00 $27.50
6-ln. Brass Beds..$85.00 $70.00
Brass Beds $85.00 $70.00
3-in. Brass Beds..$8500 $70.00
, 3 In. Brass Beds..$56.00 $47.50
6-in. Brass Beds. .$30.00 $24.oO
6-in. Brasr Beds...$2800 $23.75
6-ln. Brass Beds...$46.00 $39.00
6-in. Brass Beds...$27.00 $19.00
, 3-ln. Brass Beds...$27.00 $19.00
6-in. Brass Beds...$33 00 $2f>.80
Biass Beds $38.00 $20.80
6-in. Brass Beds...$32.00 $17.50
Brass Beds $36.00 $20.00
Brass Beds $44.00 $35.00
Polished Brass Beds.
4-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$16.00 $9.00
4-ft. Brass Beds $16.00 $9.00
3-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$16.00 $9.00
3-ft. 3-in. Brass Beds...$16.00 $9.00
4-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$20 00 $12.00
4-ft. Brass Beds $20.00 $12.00
3-ft. 6-ln. Brass Beds...$2000 $12.CO
3-ft. 3-in. Brass Beds...$2000 $12.00
4-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$23 no $1690
4-ft. Brass Beds $23.no $16.90
3-ft. 3-in. Brass Beds...$23.00 $16.90
4-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$32.00 $17.75
4-ft. Brass Beds $32.00 $17.75
3-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$32.00 $17.75
4-ft. 6-in. Brass Beds...$25.00 $19.50
3-ft. 3-ln. Brass Beds...$25.00 $19.50
Rugs, Lace Cur
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $60.oo $48.00
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $80 00 $64.00
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $60.00 $50.00
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $50.00 $42.50
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $34.00 $27.00
B. E. Maple Bureaus. $60.00 $30.00
... $56 00
... $70 00
Dressing Table Chairs.
Mahogany Chair $lH.oo $13.75
Walnut Chairs SK.flO $6.75
Walnut Chairs $8.00 *6.95
G. O. Stool $800 $4.00
White Enamel Stool... $5.<*? $3.00
Mahogany Stool *4.t?o *:;.oo
G. O. Chair $7.00 $5.00
reaus . v.
Golden Oak Costumers.$10.50
W. B. MOSES & SONS, F Street, Corner 11th.
<'?* ?4*4>4^?4><gw3*8><3H$wfr'3' <' '8' '* ?,
* FOR RENT
Cor. Columbia Road &<;
I Messmore Place N.W.;;
;; One and two room bach- j;
o elor apartments?cafe in ??
' I building. Open day and |
;; evening. Manager on *
X premises. %
Fair Tonight?Tuesday Increasing
Cloudiness; Probably Showers.
For the District of Columbia and Mary
land-Fair tonight. Tu^day increasing
cloudiness, with probably ?howe"
cooler in afternoon or night; moderate
easterly, shifting to southerly winds.
Maximum temperature p&st twenty-four
hours. 81; a year ago. 82.
The tropical disturbance is in the Gulf
of Mexico, apparently some distance east
of the Texas coast. Its present intensity
cannot be definitely determined, but ves
sel interests in the danger xone have been
advised to use caution.
A marked cool wave has overspread tne
northwestern states. The frosts have been
general from Montana eastward to LAKe
Superior, and the temperature is at freez
ing or below at several points. General
rains are falling in front of this area over
the middle states from the great lakes
southwestward across the central Missis
sippi valley, thence extending westward
to the Rocky mountains. Generally fair
weather now prevails throughout eastern
The disturbance In the middle states
will slowly advance eastward over the
lower lake region and the Ohio valley to
night and Tuesday, and probably reach
the north and middle Atlantic coast states
Tuesday afternoon or night, and be fol
lowed by cooler weather. Showers are
also Indicated for the east gulf region.
Storm warnings are displayed on Lakes
MlchiKan, Huron and Erie.
Frost warnings have been issued for
j North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wis
consin, eastern Nebraska, eastern South
Dakota, upper Michigan and northern
and western lower Michigan.
The winds along the N#w England and
middle Atlantic coasts will be moderate
east to southeast; on the south Atlantic
coast moderate easterly; on the east gulf
coast moderate to brisk easterly, prob
ably increasing. . , . ?
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have moderate variable winds,
mostly easterly, with generally fair
weather to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Oreen Bay, 1.2o, Des
Moines. 1.32. ? . a
During the twenty-four hours ending 8
a.m. Sunday: Savannah r.JO; Key West.
1.70; Montgomery, 1.0#^ Eufaula, Ala.,
1.10; Klngstree. S. C.. 1.50.
Records for Twenty-Four Hour*.
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?September 11, 4 p.m., .
a n m 7" 12 midnight. 09; September 12,
4 r m" h7: 8 a.m.. ?8; 12 noon. 7?; 2 p.nu
ll Maximum. 81. at 2 p.m.; minimum.
8 P-m.. 30=3;
uVSSSSi *>?<?.4 ?">? ???: 8 am.
30.30; noon, 30?4, - p.m.. 30.20.
Todav?Dow 8:35 a aiid H'~*
pm high tide. 1:3? a.m. and 2:06 p.m.
Tomorrow?Dow tide. 9:32 a.m. and 9:30
p.m; high tide. 2:30 a.m. and 3:02 p.m.
The Sun &nd Moon.
Today-Sun rose. 5:39 a.m.; sun sets,
8 Tomorrow?Sun rises. 5:40 a.m.
Moon sets 11:16 p.m. today.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha lamps all
HcrhtMi bv thirty minutes after sunset,
?vttniruishlng begun one hour before sun
rise 111 ?rc and incandescent lamps
lighted * fifteen minutes after sunset and
forty-Ov. minutes trior.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at
8 am- Great Falls?Temperature, 74;
condition, 9. Dalecariia reeervoirvTem
perature, 78; condition at north con
nection. 7; condition at south connection,
7. Georgetown distributing reservoir
Temperature. 78; con-lition at influent
gatehouse, 8; condition at effluent gate
Special Piioitrh to The St?r.
HARPERS FERRY, W. Va.. September
12.?Shenandoah little muddy and Po
tomac clear this morning.
It pays to read the want columns of
The Star. Hundreds of situations are
filled tbroush them.
Building Permits Issued.
The following building permits were is
To H. R. Howensteln for three two
story brick dwellings from 328 to 332 I*th
street northeast; architect, W. Edgar
Howser; builder. H. R. Howensteln; esti
mated cost, $7,."W0.
To Henry Goodman, to repair lunch
room at 17?>7 Pennsylvania avenue north
west; architect, Henry Goodman; builder,
W. B. Holtaclaw; estimated cost. 12.000.
To Gen. James A. Buchanan, to repair
dwelling at 2210 Massachusetts avenue
northwest: architects. Wood, Donn it
Demmlng; builder. Prank L. Wagner;
estimated cost. 18,0001
1?Each Home 24 Feet Wide.
We do not deem it necessary to go into a detailed de
scription of these facts.
Simply bringing them to your attention we consider
sufficient. We realize their significance and we have con
fidence in your better judgment.
You Want Value?You Will Firfd It Here.
2?Porches with sufficient room for 15 people.
3?Big backyards, with attractive open fences.
4?High, dry cellars, front and rear entrances. Here are
located the hot-water heating plants, water heaters,
laundries and servants' toilet.
5?Main floor; Foyer hall, living room, dining room?one
entire side of windows?pantry 7x10, very large kitchen,
6?Sleeping floor: Four practical bedrooms, unusual closet
space. A newly designed bathroom, 7x10.
7?Attic over entire house. Now . in use as children's
playrooms, billiard room, den and in many instances
as servants' quarters. Don't lose sight of its use for
8?Wide, spacious lawns.
. 9?Dark, spotted, vitrified brickwork.
10?Note separate porches and pleasing detail of fronts.
S750 Cash; Balance, $39.75 Monthly.
Practically 50% of that monthly payment you save.
THINK renting is an expensive, luxury when these
terms are within your reach?
Sample Home, 4602 14th St. N.W.
All 14th st. cars pass this sample home.
FOR SALE?MILLIONAIRE SECTION W?ST
of Connecticut are.: goTernment offlcial lea*;
ing Washington will i-acrtflce beautiful home.
price reduced to $9,300: trust of $8.?>?0 at ?
per cent on the property, containing ten
room a, two bath* and bat-water beat, op*"
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). ?10 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-NEAR THE CORNER OF ?TH
and M *ts. n.w.: 10 rooms and bath; pre?
brick front; flue neighborhood; a real bargain
BOSS t PHELPS (Inc.). t>10 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-NEAR CORNER OF 13TH AND N
ata.; bl? houf. Unely built; 15 room*. 3 batna,
fine repair: rent. rear; price. $12,000.
BOSS ft PHELPS ilnc.t. 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE?NEW HOUSE. GIRARD ST^; 6
rooms and hath: furnace: fine repatrj^teriiM.
$300 cash. $26 inonjh. Including all interest,
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.*. 010 14th n.w.
FOR SALE?II?EAL INVESTMENT IS THE
Columbia Heights section: rent. $120 a year.
10 rooms and 2 baths: never vacant, redoced
t0 BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). ?1" 14th n.w.
FOR SALE -NEAR i?TU ANF> I?ABK ROAD. !
modern ? room houae: trimmed in out. two
storr porches: reduced to $o.?j0; worth $7,ww.
BOSS ft I'HELPS (Inc.). 1?10 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-A SWELL HOMK IN A 8WEU/1
section, only $6,000: house la 24 faat wide by
100 feet deep to alley: near lbth and Masa.
I *TPROSS ft PHELPS (Inc.*. 910 14th n.w.
GET OCR BIG FOR R^-NT LIST;. _ht>
FOR SALE-Ideal corner residence on Columbia
Heights: contains about 4.200 square feet. In
absolutely perfect condition; ?>*<*> Jfjg??* l!ot*
rooms and a reception hall; tiled bathjhot
water hear; gas and e,?ylcJlgb';^a* "T
larse corered front porch: tbe bach yara ?
immense. Tbe price is only $5,j?0; c*n make
,erBOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.*. 910 14th n.w
FOR SALE WYOMING AVE.; A VERY
swell home; Iff" rooms; 3 batba, not
water heat; 50x120 to public alley. price.
''boss ft PHELPS (Inc.) 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-NEWTON ST:.
and 19th; 9 large rooms; tiled bath, botrwaier
belt; perfect condition; W.230.
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-ONTARIO ROAD NEAR CO!Ll'M
bia road; new; 10 r^ma; hot-water l^at.
cost $8,UU0; reduced to ??.**>; Mf '
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.t. 910 14th P.w.
FOR SALE-CORNER RESIDENCE 0N16TH
at. near Park road; nearlyj ? prica re
duced to $6,000; an ideal home. op^
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE?18TH ST. NEAR ??A?i
lu rooms- 2 tiled hatha; hot-water heat, ?a
and electric light; cost $10,000; *1' '
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-OS PARK ROA? *5AB9
the greatest bargain r*eroffered9
and bath; brick bouse; fine repair, $6.aw.
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 810 '4th ?.w.
FOR SAI.E-HERE S ONE
road and Newton st.: a new nouse. **
wide: flnelr built: bot-wate*
BOSS ft PHELPS <Inc.>. 010 14th n.w.
for SVLF A DETACHED HOUSE IN THE
f?.?sa.V[a!?:I ;???, ?" >???:
prtB atT.F NE.iR THE CORNER OF 1WH
?nd Park road! a $10,000 colonial home
aaiuv) lot is wide and deep to an alley.
,0Boffc ft PHELPS (Inc.!. 910 14th n.w.
SAIiIr_HERE'S A SEMI-DETACHED
F?w house on I-mont.t; 0 room.; two
kiw*t-water beat; trimmed In oak, $T,7fi0.
BOSS * PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
?nn SALE?KALORAMA AVE. NEAR CO
h/mbla road; beautiful new house; erery
modern improvement; moat be aold; price,
*Vo?s ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14 th n.w.
FOR~T\LE- WASHINC.TON HEIGHTS, west
of 18th; 12 rooms: 3 baths; hot-water beat;
great big rooma: coat $12,000; price. $T,800.
* HQS." ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
FOR SALE-CALVERT STREET NEAR 1?TH:
one nt the choicest homes In this refined
Sefghhorttood- 9 rooms; 2 baths; $7.280
BOSS ft PHELPS (Inc.). 910 14th n.w.
for your money on sev
eral good loans on im
proved city property,
northwest. Houses are
built and occupied.
Conservatively not over
a 60% loan of the
lvalue of the properties.
Moore & Hill (Inc.),
1333 G St, N.W.
GCT S. ZEPP. CARROLL S. ZEPP.
If Interested in
Watch Zepp Bra*.' Dally Bulletin.
The da? la pa?t when people ?rp content to
liTf In merely a boiiw. TVj demand, something
more. We are llTtnf in an age In which the
artistic temperament la developed to a high de
gree In the public at large. a(H] the builder who
losea sight of the fact aoon ftsda hlmaelf oat of
How would vou like to live tn a borne perfect
in Ha appointment, with every modern conven
ience. including the following: (lis bright room*
and reception hall; attic orer the entire bouse,
with *tair to aame; large front porch, bnllt of
conenrte. with brick or colonial colamna. and
tile roof: latticed roar pomb; hot-water beat;
INSTANTANEOUS AITOMATIC gas heater*:
both gas and electric lights: parqnet floors; tll?d
baths with shower: steel construction? And not
only that, but you can ait on the front porch or
at any front window and look out on a beautiful
lake of clear water, and on across that and right
acroaa Bioomlngdale clear to Anaooatla. A view
unparalleled and that will never be obstructed
To Inspect take Georgia are. cam. get off at
Harvard at. and walk one Mock east.
These houses are not finished yet. but yon
can get an idea what they will be like.
We have two bargains to dlapoee of at once
512 and 518 Qaincy at. n.w. One la 7 and the
other ? rooms; semi-detached. The** are the
ealy bonaes left oat of a block of thirty-eight of
the most attractive homes we have ever built;
bavlng wide aide yards, large attics, hot-water
heat, gaa and electric lights; parquet floors;
INSTANTANEOUS AITOMATIC gas heaters;
beamed and paneled dining rooms, tiled batha.
These bonaes must be dlspoaed of at once, and
thla la an exceptional opportunity to get a beau
tiful and artiatic home at your own price.
We pay full commissions to agents.
1325 F St. N.W.
Jyl7-90t Phone M. 6417-8418.
Have you seen those handsome
new one (i) room and tiled bath
apartments on the north side of
Newton street between 14th and
16th? They are perfectly ideal.
Open for inspection every day and
evening, including Sunday. Rent,
$13.50 and $15. Manager on
GLOVEB'S. ?1S 22nd ST.: PRIVATE LESSONS.
SOe.: waits and 2-step guar. 5 leeaona; aewdaocaa
taught; class and dance. Toes.. Than.. Sat.
evealags, 25c, Phone W. 1UB. ae6-d.aSq.?
ASSEMBLY DANCES OPEN.
Every Sat. eve.. Nat'l Rifles' Armory. Daae
lag. 8:30 to 12. THE DAVI80NS" ACADEMY. 71*
8th n.w. Leaaooa day or eve. Claaa aad daaoa.
Tops.. Frt. evea. PWna Mala ?Mi ?s?tiii.i
Dhcvy Chase Lake.
Concert by aecttoa V. 8. Marise Baad
every evening. Sundaya included. Danc
ing weekday evenings. .Admission tree.
?eGM r .
STAIR & HAVLIX. Inc..
PrwfBl tor tin* Pint Time at PopuUr Pilueff
Br EUGENE WALTER. Ant** of "Fild ??
Full" and "The Easiest Way."
K15XT WEEK?IX PANAMA. sel2-?t.?
i QA VOJi<L !> v A. U? i 'Ju : i:
Dailv M?rtlMa. 25 c?-ota. F.ve'a. 35, SO and T5<V
?OIK r. 8. A. HOTS'* SI't>TA< LEPetrlotle
Realism M?Ically Reinfofred. Wfl-I-ETTR WH1T
AKER and F WILBUR IIIU.. EDWINA RAfV
RV A CO. I,A VEEN. CROSS ? CO. DAVli
FERGl'SOX. The Van Der K<>ors. E&die Mack
and Dot William*. "St. Ehn*." NEXT WEEK -
UKKY'8 SPLENDID NEW St'fTMR. ? THB
PHOTO SHOT." WITH 17 IX OOMPANt.
PAUL SEIjDOM'S "POEMS IX MARBLE " Jar.
row. etc.- Hay Scats Today. ?lt tt
NATIONAL Tonifiht at 8:iS
Matinee* Ni?bt Prices. 50e. 75c. $1, |:.M
Wed. and Sat. Matinee Price*. 5*V, 75c. $1.
GEO. M. CoHAN'S COM KPT SCOCESB,
XEXT WEEK?SEAT SALE THTRSDAT.
CHAS. D. MARKS" (Inc >
BIO Ml'SICAL COMEDY. .?
WITH ITS ATTRACTIVE
CHORIS OF HEIRESSES.
Three Musical Millers,
THE BIO PHYSICAL CULTURE A?TT.
MATINEE EVERY HAT.
m ens banner mm
m HOTTER WAIYWELL TRIO
THE ORIGINAL MAN WITH TWO HEADS.
XEXT WEEK RUNAWAY GIRLS.
? LYC BUM
ALL THIS WEEK.
In Two Oririnsl Burlesque*.
<2(0 HANDSOME ^(fD
,55*71 WKKK COZY CORNER GIRLS.
* I J-m. 1.?
^ Wed. Mat.. 2fc to $1. Sat. Mat.. 25c tofl.Sn.
Henry W. Savage Offers for the Ftrat T1b?
on the American Stase the Dainty
>"The Little Damozel"
and Sat., 2.15.
SIDNEY R. ELLIS Preaenta
The Sinking Comedian of German Dialect,
AL. H. ?H,s METZ
Mata.. 2.V to *1 no. Night*. 25c to 31 SO.
Xe*t Week?Harry Kelly. "DEACON rLOOD.**
| sel2-St.lB ?
F and 7th
Performances: 2:45 to 5:90 and ?:45 0 11 ia
Prices: Mats.. 1,000 seats. 10c. Ntffhta, 10cA?e.
6 HIGH- _ MOTIOX - -v
GRADE X PICTCRK f|
ACTS AXD Of PLAYS FOR |1
HIGH- ^ MOTION
THE AVENUE GRAND
645 to 649 Pa. Ave. S.E.
Convenient to All Car*.
Playing Otily the Beat In Vaudeville and Pleteree
EIGHT BIG ACTS PER WEEK.
Entire Chance Monday and Thursday.
PRICES. lO and 20 CENTS.
sell tf. 15
T NEAR 7TH ST. N.W.
WEEK OP SEPTEMRER 12.
Another Gmat Bill.
HANI.EY OLCOTT A CO.,
In Their Playlet.
And 7 Other Big Vaudeville Arts.
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday Saturday. 2:15 p.a.
Matinee ?rW*. 15 and 25c.
sell-Tt Stwwre your aeata use.
SPECIAL MOONLIGHT TRIPS
Leaves 7th at. wharf 8:ffff p.m. sharp. Special
attention to cafe on board.
Fare, Round Trip, 25c
STR. CHARLES MACALESTER (capacity. I.TOO*.
A delightful river trip on the historic Potomac,
leaving wharf. 7th and M at,, s.w., daily, ex
cept Sunday, lo a.m. and 2:DO p.m.
EARE. 7.V ROI ND TRIP.
Including admission to grounds and mansion.
Norfolk & Washington
Modern Steel Palace Steamers.
Daily from Foot of Seventh St. at ?:4S P M.
OLD POINT COMFORT AXD NORFOLK.
SPECIAL: SAT. TO MON.. $3.50 R. T.
Also Special Week-end Tickets. Including
Accommodation* at (31AMBERLIX HOTEL*
OLD POINT COMFORT
NEW YORK AND BOSTON BY SEA
CUy Ti'-ket Office: Bond Building. 730 14th at.
at J. AMUSEMENTS. MAMMOTH
ALK. EXCELLENT HOTELS _
Week JKc Suadaysaaff KIL,
Day*. *in' Holidays. WC
Tiala schedule la B. B. col
rsoM post orriCE corner to
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
JtVERY HOUR ON THE HOUB
FROM Iff A.M. tO 4 fJL
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