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SPECIAL NOTICES.
OFFICE OK TIIE ARLINGTON FIRE IN SI." Ita
nee Company for the D. C.. No. 1506 Pa. ave.
n.w.?The book* for the transfer of stock of
this company will be clnecd from the 1st to
the 10th day of Novemlier, V.?12. both days inclusive.
E. McC. JONES, Secretary.
Tit.-: 20th CENTURY CAFE. AT H28 PA AVE.
n.w., takes pleasure In the announeement that 1
during the past 3 months this popular cafe has
accommodated between seven and eight hundred
guests dally, and. Is capable of handling as
great or greater numbers at any time.
Any one suffering any Inconvenience from recent
disturbances ran he accommodated at this
cafe and be assured of the best service.
MULTIGRAPIl ~'F">K SALE NEW" Ml/l.Tl- '
graph: rest $313.00: price, 'IS'.. Room 2U5.
Colorado building.
REDUCED RATES ON SHIPMENTS TO PACIKIC
eoast and far west in <-onsolidated carloads SE- |
Cl'RITY STORAGE CO.. 1140 15th st Parking.
foreign forwarding, safe dej>osit. cold storage.
GENERAL HOI SE REPAIRING \LI. BRANCHES
of trades. Estimates ekeerfully given. All
Bakes of stoves repaired. 1114 Bladenshnrg rd.
?.e. Phon" Linen. 2226 J W. MANDI.BT .
BOOKS FOR THE TRANSFER OF STOCK OF
the Franklin Insurance Company will be dosed
from October 21 to October 31. both Inelusive.
W. 1>. F.LLETT, S?-cretary. .
RICH PAINTING -miTTS BY MARKWARD
Be assured of best results?a lasting finish and
ever pleasing effeets. Long experience plus
flnest materials guarantee satisfaction. G. H.
MARKWARD. 2210 14fh st. Pb N 2210.
TO THE TRADE-WE HAVE A_VERY LARGE
stoi-k of repairs for all kinds of fMrnaces. hotv.
ater and steam boilers, ranges and iatrobea.
Let us have vour orders for the fail business s
RUDOLPH 4 WF.ST COMPANY.
1332 New York ave a w.
RENT TOUR HOUBBS. ,
DAMPNESS CURED.
Pebble Dashed or Stuewj. t
Cement walks and copings.
COLBURN BROTHERS.
Cement Contractors.
Phage Main 7nop 1204 G st. n.w.
The Right MiHwork
Kiln- I ? and the right sort of service
. | are assured YOU at all times at *
Dried j Barker's. Nothing wrong about ?
I ^ 1 oar prices. either, as an estinrate t
.aths. 1 wll! shuw
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Our New Building J
\Wddino- -provides larger quarters v
c ujug ^or our Ensrravinz StationStationery
m7n,?BO?k aud ?,her dePart' 1
|~"rirr#?PtK' With increased facilities
UUl i CLli r we are better equipped that) s
Engraved ! so? ?** ??- t
Wm. BaSfiantyne & Sons, J,
Engravers. I4O9 F St. Booksellers. c
Printing You Will d
Appreciate. I
Why send out the announcement in the old t
way? Let us give you something effective in
arrangement and Printing. Then your an- .
nouneement will prove of value in winning ?
new business.
Ji r?r> & PF.TWEILER. INC.. 1
The Big Print Shop. 420-422 11th. C
The Harty ESectric Co. t
Bare removed their office from HIS ISth at. a
11. w. to Kooin 4?>5. District National Bank s
huild'ng. Telephone Main 20W0. 1;
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The "IRONCLAD ROOFERS'' give yon a 1
solid, durable jot.. Please always liear that t
one great truth in mind. Roof repairs and \
painting our specialty. Call up Main 14.
IRONCLAD
Companv.Phone Main 14. j
?If you feel all in when the day's
work is done drink Ballantine's 0
Canada Malt ALE. A great tonic, b
$i dozen bottles. r
Shoemaker Co.. [
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT." *
?The more particular you,are c
the better you'll appreciate the s
printing done at j:
THE SERVUCE SHOP.
BYRON S ADAMS. t
EDISON KINETOSCOPE 1
i_
Is Very Entertaining.
?It will furnish Moving Pictures that 1
. . . will he equal in every respect to those .
you see at the theaters. 1
M, A. Leese, 614 9th St..
T> A IVT FOR AI.L I *
- /^uIn a purpofes. n
The he?t of everything in Paint for }j
inside and outside can T?e bad here for the
asking- at very low cost, delivered free. C
Phone or mail vour order. J,
Andrews'. "n" g i
Andirons, Grates, Gas Logs ?
and Fireplaces. An unlimited assortment to b
choose from at exceptionally low peaces.
F.PW1N F. EI.LETT. 1106 ftth at. n.w. X. 732B. ll
Roof Troupe Ends " I
When Experts Come I sis h
To make thorc#gh repairs and ap^y our
FA MOPS GRAFTOXIO PAIN'S. '
Which protects today on 14.000 roofs. t
rafton & Son, Inc.,^viM c
. rui ,r n ni 1-1-?vVIVCF VAT: THF.RE IS t
Ti >thine letter for nursins mothers and conva- li
'-><-ents than v~eng*in? ID^
k S^m's Pottsville. Pa.. Jr krc j.
Ask your dealer fur It. or phone Lincoln 1981. p
A. Qo Herrmann, 750-54 iotbst.se. I
Distributer for District of Columbia. *
Buy Darling's s
Printing Painless ?
Right. Prices. I *
f v*
C serge W, Drew Law Co., j J
V.'rite for free cjroular or call 01S P St. u.w. i sTelephone
M. 8384.
AO CHARGES TO SUBMIT MA ITERS. ! f
noi* ; it
LEGAL iJOIICES h
SUPREME COURT OT THE DISTRICT OF "
Columbia. Holding Probate Court.?No. 19080. Administration
?This 1* to give Doti<e that the
subscril>?r. of the District of Columbia, has obtained
from the Frobate Court of the District of
Columbia letters testamentary and adrninistra- ;j
tlon 1. a. on the estate of Duane C. Turner, j.
late of the District of Columbia, de -eased All ;
persons having claims against the deceased are l g
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the .
tiiu -aers thereof. legally atit lentlcated. to the
tetlwcr'her. on or l>uf>re the 8th day of October. ; f
A D 1913: of y- rise they may by law he i-i Inded
from all -enetit of sold estate. ??.Ten un- '
der rnv hand t' is 8th dav of October, 1912. AB- ; j
PIE J TURNER 2V?7 Quarry- r?ad n.w iSeal) .
Attest- JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills for I *
' -e District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate ) a
Court It T\ LEIGHTON. Attorney. ocl0-law.3t v
SUPREME COUHT OE THE DISTRICT OF .
Columbia. Holding Probate Court .?No. 10111. Administration
?This la to give notice that the subscriber.
of 'he state of Connecticut, has obtained t
from the Probate Cohrt of the District of Co- j
lumhia letters of administration c. t. a. on the i <
estate of Caroline G. Barr ngton late of the j
District of Columbia, deeeased All persons hav- J *"
log claims against the deceased are hereby warned I
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, p
legally autbyntl.-ated. to the subscriber, on or
la-fore the iTh day of Ocfolter. A D <013: othertrise
they may by law be ex<-l -uled from all benefit
of said es'ate Given under rat hand this Stb <
day of IK-Ml.fr, 1012. C|J AS. V. RAH KINGTON. Ij
Bl.iefc Rock. Bridgeport Conn. tSeal.t Attest: o
JAMES TANNER. Register of Wills for the His- ?
trie of Columbia, clerk of the Probate Court, f
BARNARD A JOIINSOV. Attorneys. oel0-law.3t ''
IN THE SUPREME-* ?>UKT OK THE I>!ST'M< T n
?f Columbia. I h -nna Garvcv. plaintiff vs. B< r- .
nard Kranci* Garvcv ,-t ai defendants. ? n eq fv ^
No 31321.?The ob'ecr of this suit -s for a limited "
divorce, main'enan e alimony, counsel fees, suit II
money, against .1 f ndant. Bernard Francis Gar- q
vey. and for senile tritlon of lot No. 39. in Pow- ^
ell s subdivision of part of-square N'o TsAT. name- i
ly. of said defendant's equity, title and estate "
therein, and the proceeds of sale thereof, said
property being in city of Washington. District of t
nnlumMa. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 1"
24?b rt.iT of ft' tnher. A.It , 1' 12 o-dereil that i r
the defemlint. Bernard Vrrineis Garvev ranw (
'its awfarimt to ho or. to roil herein on or boforo
tiio fnrt'.ot'- iht, o*--!n?ivo >* Sunrtiv* and lo^.il 8
oMrt'V". orenrrlng iftor t'10 <1 v of tho flr?t p-ih- t
M -tt'on v" ''? order: n'^rrwiw t'-i" cnuae will : J
'.? tirtvis-rtort tt:tt- Hs in I'M so of def.i'ilt. Fr?'- c
111 rt i o(.v of this Old -r bo nnMls -oil onoo a s
it .ot; for t -,f? sti-otssivi- we-tf* It the Wishing- j
too I. tv ItfoitT in?| T: o 'irrms S't- News- *
i> r. 1? f . t-ilrt rtlT Tlltts |{ 1 NTt**?|t?tt\,
.1 ...T'f s.. ' i \ t-ito ?pv Tost .1. U VOI'MJ,
f, I r>: 'lv K E iTVVIMill \tt fork.
M v TJtr-H lRl>.SON G. S SIIRKVE. Jr.. Attvs.
for Pfr <v2t i;i.:tt |
Flight? at Co'lege Park Unlikely. 1
Weather ind'^atlons this forenoon made s
It seem improbable that there would be |
any aerorlane flights at College Park to- t
day. The prospect is that the present ?
wind will continue all today and part of
tomorrow*. If there comes a lull there
will be practice flights at College Park,
and there are still several of the Wright
aeroplaties to pass their acceptance tests 1
but it will rot be poss'ble to experiment
with them till the weather improves.
It pays to road the want columns of
The 8far. Hundreds of ' situations" are
filled through them.
(MGEVOTE SALES
Alleged Venal Conditions at
Martinsburg, W. Va.
ARRAIGN THE DEMOCRATS
County Is Declared the Most Corrupt
in the Country.
COMMON TALK ON STREETS
Method of Open Balloting Permitted
by the State Constitution Blamed
for the Disgrace.
9
Special From a Staff Correspondent.
MARTINSBURG, W. Va.. October '-'4.
-It is almost enough to make an Ameri an
turn faint with shame to heah the
>ig republicans of this section of West
Virginia charge the democratic machine
vith buying votes outright on the streets
>n election day. With the utmost frankless
they speak of the bargaining, purchase
and sale of votes in the same
train that they speak of the price of
ipples. Twenty-four hours in this
own. devoted mainly to the republican
ind third term element, produced only
>ne vivid impression?that of a line of
oters waiting to be paid for the ballot
hey will cast. The regular republicans
vho will support President Taft to the
ast ditch, are crying bitterly against it;
he third termers, who apparently will
upport the republican ticket in everyhing
except the matter of the presidenial
candidate. are holding meetings in
vhich they declaim bitterly against
heck book and greenback politics, and
n some cases both parties are calling on
lemocrats to support an honest ticket
,nd break away from what the orators
lescribe as the ro.tenest condition in
he entire United States.
The situation in this, the second congressional
district is much mixed, as it
eems to be in many another section of
he country. The bull moose has a noisy
row-d of supporters. President Taft has
l strong and quiet following, but from a
wenty-four hour canvass of politicians
tround the courthouse here, it is quite
afe to say that the democratic machine
s going to put its greatest weight into
he light for the United States Senate and
he state legislature. The republicans
el:eve they will send six representatives
o Washington, and the third termers are
vith them to that extent.
Most Corrupt County.
Yet everywhere one goes he hears talk
>f money. Itfis the first thing the man
m the street corner will tell you. Seven
usiness men at a Roosevelt meeting last
light expressed themselves in conversation
with The Star's correspondent alnost
in the same words:
"This is the most corrupt county in the
jountry."
Strong words, indeed, and perhaps too
trong to be truthful, but as long as there
s corruption there must be a superlative
>oint somewhere, and the men around
lere believe they are living in it. It is
onivincing to hear republicans and third
ermers talk about this condition. They
>ut the blame right up to the leaders of
he democratic party and include every
>ne except John T. McGraw. They say
ie has a strong and clean following. His
vorst enemies around here will shrug
heir shoulders and say:
"Well, he hasn't a big check book,
hat s all "
Schrank Called "Hired Assassin."
A third termer state senator, Sam
lontgomery. made an appeal here last
ight for all good democrats to get beind
McGraw and upset the money mahine.
He dwelt on it at considerable
?ngth and charged the Watson-Chllton
ontrol with having bought everything
a sight. It was a unique speech. He
ras shputing for Roosevelt with such
itter partisanship that he actually
ermed the assailant of Col. Roosevelt
s being "a hired assassin," and later
n, In private conversation, defended
is words. On the other hand he appealed
to republicans to get behind
he state ticket and also to democrats
o support John T. McGraw. an avowed
andidate for the United States senate.
Col. Seymour Williams, an oil man from
he soutiiern part of the state, was here
ast night also. He wants to go to
Vashington as a United States senator.
Ie is bitter against the democratic mahine,
and told friends of his in this
own mat as late as last mgnt ne was
ffered money. He did not Indicate from
rhom the offer came, but it is all a part
f the general talk of buying votes in this
ection.
Nat Frame, county chairman for the
bird termers, in a most ingenious talk
dmitted today that Roosevelt will not
arry this county, but believed that he
rill beat Taft. Others do not share Mr.
'rame's opinions, as the Taft element
ere is strong, and is stronger still since
enatcr Montgomery's "hired assassin"
peeeh last night. However, Mr. Frame
militant against the purchasing of
otes, and cited instance after instance of
ur.dreds and thousands of dollars changlg
hands on election day.
Open Balloting Blamed.
The republicans and progressives here
ly considerable blame on the method of
alloting. The constitution of this state
ives every voter the right to cast his
allot either open to the world or sealed
rom the eyes of every one. It is*an
asy matter, say the republicans, for the
aying tellers on the sidewalk to receive
yignal from the watcher at the polls
nd to tell whether or not a man has
oted in accordance with his business
greement.
The anti-check-book people here say
hat the purchased voter will go direct to
he clerk at the polls who represents the
arty purchasing the vote and say:
"I want to vote such and such a ticket,
"tx one up for me."
Without further formality the correct
icket Is voted and the paying teller on
he sidewalk gets the w.gnal. A vote has
>een cast; all that rema.ns is the paying
\>r from to Sometimes they have
;<>ne as high as $J5. according to the
eading republican citizens around here.
Investigating this remarkable franki*-ss,
The Star's correspondent called on
lalf a dozen prominent citizens at raniom.
There was not one of them who did
lot admit the proposition. They aclulesced
with the same mechanical manler
as if they had nodded to the expresion:
"Nice day. Isn't it?"
One of them gave an instance, naming
ko m i n U'ViA H ' si tKa Kiivintv- T < ? or
ur man ? uv u.u IUC wuj 1115 . X SOW
ilm at the primaries with money in his
>ocket. He is a young man whom I educated,
paid his way through school I
isked him what he was doing, and he
old me that he was paying $il a vote."
V banker here said his inst tution had received
$.;? *> at the last electioa and that
ill 0/ it had been drawn by a politician
lection day.
Grown Used to It.
"Some day this county will be Investigated,
won't it?" a great Taft man waa
isked.
"Perhaps you cannot tell," was all he
iald. He said he had grown so used to
tearing about votes bought that It didn't
worry him or Interest him in the slightest.
Why are not these vote buyers and
sellers arrested?" was the next question.
The answer was short and entirely uncomplimentary
to the persons in authority.
It intimated that us far as graft
was concerned "everybody is doing it."
Thousand. Vote Sellers.
The third termers claim that this
county has 1,000 men who will sell their
Are Yon
V
Investme
IF YOU are not and w
wasting your time by
But if you are w
else, you will want to re?
* of the greatest opportunit
can pay his rent money t
In other words, the
three homes. What is n
while paying for it.
No matter which wa;
it will profit you to buy 01
At
High View.
^7ERY few cities enjc
* a residence section s
near the heart of th
business and shopping di
trict like High View. Th
is city property in the ful
est sense of the wordnearer
the center of thing
than fashionable Dupon
Circle. Yet the atmospher
is that of a suburb* du
largely to the extremel
high elevation of Hig
View?171 feet abov
Pennsylvania avenue.
It is here that we hav
broken all records for horn
selling, with a six-room an
bath home of pressed brie
reinforced with steel cor
stru&ion ? Colonial typ<
with heavy columned ind
vidual front porches?an
interiors of the most pra(
tical designing and 0
beautiful hardwood finisl
1
These homes are sold fc
$3,300 ? $200 cash$26.92
per month.
TO INSPECT ?Tak
any G street car marke
"Brookland" or "Nort
Capitol and W streets," gc
off at Rhode Island avenu
and walk one square east.
Ou
This service is for the fre
obligate you in any way. In
so that you can make com;
ice, and we will call for you
SHA
I
Look for Our Green t
| BREAKS A COLD,
II NEEDS NO HELP
I (
! I
Tape's Cold Compound cures
colds and grippe in a few
hours?Tastes nice
?Acts gently.
It is a positive fact that a dose
I of Pape's Cold Compound, taken
every two hours until three consecutive
doses are taken, will end
the Grippe and break up the
I J most severe cold, either in the
j | head, chest, back, stomach, limbs
j or any part of the body
( It promptly relieves the most
; miserable headaches .dullness,
head and nose stuffed up, fever\
ishness, sneezing, sore throat,
) running of the nose, mucous
catarrhal discharges, soreness,
stiffness and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Comj
\ pound as directed, with the
I knowledge that there is nothing
I ,i else in the world which will cure
1 vnur mlH nr rnH Grinne miserv
5 as promptly anil without any
) other assistance or bad after-effects
as a 25-cent package of
Pape's Cold Compound, which
any druggist can supply?accept
no substitute ? contains no
quinine. Belongs in every home.
, Tastes nice?acts gently.?Ad,
vertisement.
votes, nearly a fifth of the entire votii
population. They are heart and so
with the Taft people in trying to comb
this rondit'on. but seem to devote mo
of their crusade to conversation. Th<
believe themselves powerless. At ti
same time they are all working hard
send republicans to the House of Repr
sentatlves. and pin their faith on the
belief that the democratic machine he
simply wants to take possession of tl
state legislature and retain Watson
the Senate. B. G
e.
^ & L
i Willing to
nt Out of A
ould rather squander the fruits of
reading the rest of this advertise
illing to give to yourself what yor
id every word of this advertisemen
ies ever presented to a man (or a
o himself instead of to some other
money you are now paying for ri
lore, you will live in and enjoy it
y you look at it?for the present?
le of these homes with the money ;
At Columbia
Heights, N.W.
,y TT IT ERE is a front view of or
ImI of our Columbia Heigh
iO homes. The photograph
reproduction is, of a necessit
too small- to portray its fu
5. beauty, but even this litt
picture gives the impressic
IS of a four or five thousand dolk
Urviien TU it? 1 tv* rv r/iccmn 1C tt
i uuuat. 1 mo luipi 10 JI
creased when you step inside an
_ inspect the perfectly planned an
elegantly finished interior, con
JS prised of six rooms and bath.
The price is only $2,750?tli
terms are $150 cash and $22.5
e per month.
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? The best evidence in the worl
that* we ask no more for thes
homes on easy payment term
than you would be compelled t
pay cash, is found in the fact th?
J the price is $2,750 whether yo
, pay cash or take advantage of th
" easy payment terms.
!t TO INSPECT?Takp^an.v 11th Mrppt car goii
northnpat. get off at Columbia road, and \va
~ onp aquarp past: or any lltb tdreot car goii
C nortbtvet-t. got off at Columbia r?ad. and tva
1 three squares east: or any nth street mr ro:i
northwest. get off a. Columbia road, and wa
one square west.
ir FREE AUTO Sen
e accommodation ^jf those interested in anj
fact, we will be glad to take you to any ot
ansons. Just drop a postal or phone Mai
and bring you back again.
NNON & L
and White Sign 71
?S & L^=
i | HMSPECT T1
I
; I $300) Cask
;! g BaJsmc? Monaftkly
;! i 6, 1 anad! 8-Boom
1 | Colomiial Homes
1 v
/ JC 1221~B St. S. E......
' <C 1226 to 1332 Md. Ave.
\ A 1234 to 1238 Md. Ave.
! a 128 12th St. N. E
;! a 247 9th St. N. E.
I t 915 and 917 D St. N. E
I' t 337 10th St. N. E
; g 222 9th St. S. E.
!| ? 618 Eye St. N. E
/ 4 Open and Lighl
| COME OUT '
i I H. K. HOW
f I 1314 F !
at ? ?
8t
py Keywoman Jffakes Long Trip.
to SAN FRANCISCO, October 24?Mr
e- Horace E. Soule, the first woman win
sir less operator to make the trip from tl
re Atlantic to the Pacific, arrived yesterda
he on the American steamer W'indbe
in eighty-four days from New York. Mr
Soule also signed the ship's articles
i
i
Make An j
Lira Expense I
your labors, there is no use '
ment. * *
i are now giving to some one <
t, for it has to do with three !j
woman, either), whereby he !!
individual. ^
mt will buy you one of these j
s comforts and conveniences j
? .
f j
for the future?for all time?
pou are now wasting for rent. *
At 114th and j
Perry Sts. N.W. ;
Is ^J\/ ^ aS^ ^?U t0 a ^
ic 14th and Perry J
ij streets home on what <
le you see there?the char- J
ir acter of the surrounding J
^ homes and the desirability j
d of the neighborhood, as ]
well as the actual worth of !
4
!!; the home itself. ;
|0 ?
You will find here the ?
4
kind of a home that you \
yourself would build ? a <
home built along generous j
lines?with four porches, ;
hardwood floors and trim- <
?
mings throughout the entire
house?fireplaces in ;
both parlor and dining 5
room, instead of one?and j
extra deep front and rear
lawns (terraced) ?alto- j
gether the kind of a home ]
that a man with ten thou- j
sand dollars cash would j
build. But the price is not <
$ lo,ooo?it is but $5,200 i
?and, then, you do not
have to pay cash?only ;
$300 and the balance in
d monthly payments of less
|s than such a home would
0 rent for.
it
e TO INSPECT ? Take
any 14th street car going
northwest. Get off at 14th
il and Jrerry streets and you
*|are right at the properties.
3vke<>
r of our properties It does not
her properties at the same time,
n 2345 for this FREE AUTO ServUCHS
3 !4tlh Street N.W.
A- .4
HIS EVENING. |
$4,500 Si:
N. E $4,500 41!
N. E $4,975 4 I
$5,500 4 I
$4,750 4 !
I. ... $4,250 4 '
$5,000 *! , |
.. . . $4,975 4! 3
$3,7S<0> J11
:ed Until 9 O'Clock. *!* i 3
THIS EVENING. & t
ENSTEIN 0. f
?ftire<efc N.W. | j
purser. She is the wife of the Windber's 5
commander, Capt. Soule. *
r * ? ? 1
?- . %
ie The Pamunkey Mutual Telephone Com- <
V pany, located at Lahore, in Orange county, j
r, Va., has been organized, with W.N. Green, j J
? president, and M. S. Johnson, secretary,
is treasurer and manner. 1 y
Save Yc
; Buy a home by pay
than rent.
Terms: $300 or
monthly payments. B
a sum only $> more th
are saving on an avera^
I will be applied in payii
SEVEN
To the shrewdest and mo
1 looked at about all of the n
I city. Had their friends and
chased these houses becaus
I that they were the best in tli
TWO OF THEM HA
INVESTORS, WHO PAII
You will make 110 mist
where investors are buying
cash, as it takes a mighty g
interest an investor nowada
Best Vain
?Beautiful
Northwe
* An nnnortiinifv tn nnr
* vrtfv* j |^ui
[. prominent lettered street
? friends can easily locate yo
? Don't buy a home in
street that very few person*
Price,
Nos. 28 to 6:
%
\ Nos. 50 and j
^ Open Daily and Sunda
i Big Lots.
| To a 2<
J. At $4,475 we offer the best c
? home or investment that has ev
? northwestern tection.
^ The builder, having secured 1
? stand him but little more than
J. similar lots, is able to put a hou
? would be compelled to ask $5,000
? Location?W street between 1
j* of the best improved squares in
? Surrounded by new houses, 1
find in most other sections of tin
? One of the highest, healthiest
? schools, stores and churches.
? Wide covered porches, fr<
? Six well lighted rooms; n<
[ Beautiful tiled bathroom,
? A first-class hot-water he
Electric lights.
Artistic decorations.
|. Toilet and laundry tubs ii
Entrance to cellar from f
? Steel beam construction.
? One of the attractive feature:
t* sufficient room for a lawn, flowe
1. in front of the house.
Ntone&fairfd
c
For Sale <
At a Bs
This Desirable I
Supei
One-half square from Wisco
Near Cathedral Schoo
A block improved by attra<
by prominent business
Three stories and cellar, cen
Cellar under entire house, v\
Parlor, reception hall, dinin
first floor.
Five sleeping rooms and att
Large tiled bathroom, pore
Attractive decorations.
Few houses so well construe
Lot 50 by 130 feet.
Stone & Fairfa:
ICOLONI/
f Located on Two Car Lines
Personal Super\
OPEN FOR INSPECT]
3 SOLD.
SAMPLE IIOCSE.
No. 1135 4th St. N.E.
2 Squares from H St. Car Line.
I Square from Fla. Ave Car Line
In F you are ambitious to ow
|| should not fa!l to inspec
want one of these for yo
They are substantially built
colonial porches?6 large r<
light, solid oak stairway, til
ary washtubs in basement, d
TERRELL
T selli:
<| 1413 H Str<
T OPEN
<?K$,4KJH3Hg><^3K3H$4K^H?KsK?K&4K4,<iKs>'
j The Very Hub of WashI
ington's Business and
; Shopping District.
! The Kenois Office
; Buildine.
I If Palais
t E^S || Royal
I erat^is IP ^ j
\ Barber M OcodwerJ
4 A
ttt IFS I
R9 MWI III vr
t m
Corner nth and G Sts. N.W.
Large, light rooms from $10 to
$20 per month up, including electric
light, heat, janitor service, 2
electric elevators. Locate your office
right In the very center on tho
main artery of travel. Apply on
! premises, or write for diagram. j
lur Money |
ing down just a little more ;cj
more cash, balance small
y paying down each month &
lan the monthly rental vou t
ot $22 each month, which *
lg off the indebtedness. 11
(7) SOLD 1
st careful purchasers, who had ^
ew houses offered for sale in the Y"
experts examine them and pur
e they were thoroughly satisfied 2
le city for the price. x
iVE BEEN PURCHASED BY |
) ALL CASH. %
Y
ake in buying a home in a block Y
_ ?-i? i 1 : _ii X
I similar nouses aim paying an -jood
house in a choice location to |
ys. X
le in the City |
1 New Houses? |
st Section
X
chase a low-priced house on a *t*
down in the city, where your A
A
u. X
some out-of-wav section on a
? have ever heard of.
, $4,475
2 W Street N.W. |
>8 Sample Houses. |
y and Lighted Until 9 P.M. ?
,20x140 Feet |
D-foot Alley. %
opportunity to purchase a well located X
er been offered In a new house in the y
the ground in a deal whereby the lots y
one-half of what others have paid for ?
se on the market for $4,475 that others J?
or $5,500 for. y
STorth Capitol street and 1st street, one C
Bloomingdale. 4
10 old, tumbled-down shacks that you
e northwest. X
: points in the city; convenient to cars. y
V
>nt and rear. y
> dark rooms. Y
porcelain tub, nickel plumbing
ating plant. y
ti cellar. *:*
ront and rear.
s is a beautiful lot in the rear, giving *t*
r garden or vegetable garden; parking
iX, 1342 New York Ave. |
)r Exchange
irgain Price
Detached Residence
_i i
n a home?and everybody is?you *?
:t these wonderful values. You'll ??
ur home the minute you see them. T
of the best material?9-foot-wide **
>oms and bath, gas and electric T
ed bath, servant's toilet, staton- Jk
eep lots to public alley. J
Price Only $3,750. (
Name Your Ow*n Terms.
CHARLES E. WIRE. Builder. <
. & LITTLE! I
S'G AGENTS. *
eet Northwest. ??> ?
SUNDAY. j? "s
|\ DANCING. ]
$ WASHINGTON'S NEW DANCING STITDIO*
Miss CHAPPELEAR. 1421 Q st. n.w. Terms.
* 6 lessons. $2.50. Dance at the Arcade erejr
W Thurs. eve. Phone N. 6844. 28*
;j. GLOVER'S. 613 22nd ST. N.W.?PRI. LESSONS.
50c; waltz and 2-step. guar. in 6 lesson*; class
si, and dance Tues.. Thurs.. Sat. eaes.. BOc; fine "
Sj, ballroom; rent. $6; orchestra. Phone W. 1123.
? ASSEMBLY DANCES THL'B A SAT. EVE., VAT
ttifies' Armor?-; continuous dancing, 8-30 to 1"
* DAVISON'S ACADEMY. 718 ?tb n.w. Boston
? and all dances taught any hour. Ph. M. 4684.
i \SSKMBI.Y DANCES EVERY' SAT. EVE.. 8
4 to 12. Prof. Wyndliam's. 816 12th n.w. Teaches
? all dances. Lesson. 5()c; 6 for $2.50; private,
& any hour. All pupils guaranteed. Pb M. 5670.
? PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
? Only One Tauglit at a Time.
$ Latest Dances. Polk Dances. ^
jc Belasco Theater, top floor. Select M. 5820-T.
i excursions.
!! KENSINGTON,
j t Cars from 15th and N. T. ass. for Zoo.' CkHf
i, i Chase and Country Clubs. Connect at Lake with
j! Kensington line.
|| palmistry! ?
Is HAVE YOCK HAND READ BY MR. DAOUD. _
? the well known scientific palmist. Readings. .
l! ore dollar. Phone North 1130. 8todio. 1623 J
? Q st. n.w. Hours. 11 s m. to 7 p.m. f
it ^ ??
spiritualism.
! j MEETING MON? WED., FBI., 8 P.M. SHARP;
i , a message to each: dally readings. Mrs.
I j MALTBY, 807 Mt. Versoa pi. B.nyMala 3706.
AMUSFMEN TS.
NATION! AI lu,,wbt" *15
I ' ? I I\J A 1 ? 1-* Mitjgit- SiturdiJ.
COHAN A I1ABU1S I'rew-nt
Douglas Fairbanks in
HAWTHORNE.U.S.A.
A Comedy of Thrill*. Heart Throb* and kaajh'*"*
By J AMI-IS BARNARD FAG AN.
Elmendok&f
TODAY 4:30
Tihi$ Great So^tHwest
Ort. SI. Parlllo fmit No*. T Yellowatone Part*
Seats selling?."hV. 7.V. (1 00.
NEXT WEEK
SEATS TODAY
JOS. M OAlTKis Present >
um iwes
Tlie Famous Comedy of "Sex"
All Europe Is Laughing At.
"Funniest Play F*er Written"?Kaiser WUhelia?
Star Cast?Henry Koiker
PAMELA GAYTHORNEO 4 Most BcauISABEL
MacGREGOR. ttfulTypes on
GWENDOLYN PIERS, | the American
VERA FI.VLAY. J Sta$:e.
IHIIll! 1 *1 Matinees at 215
nAaaJMUHl rbursday. Saturday.
MAI KICK CAMPBELL ITeaents
HEN R1ETT A "T HP DC1 A I
CR0SMAN ? Tth,NG"
By Catherine Chisbolm Cashing.
From Maxlne Elliott Tbeati-r, V T.
Price*: Orch.. $1.50 and $2: Bal.. 7Je and
$1; Gal.. 50c.
Next Week . sf~\ts vow selling, t
Every Little Movement Has a Meaning
All Its Own."
Woods. Fmzee A Lederer Present
MADAM mum
The Laughing Success of Two Continents.
Zlmballst sirssa.
4:30 ?'Clock Wednesday. October 30.
Prices. $1.50. $1.00. 73c. 50c.
Seats on sale at T. Arthur Smith's (Sanders
&. Stayruanl, 1327 F at.
POLITE VAiinFVH i Ffr
SEH The Meat Beautiful Theatre in America.
Attractiona Equaling the $2 Theatrea.
The Comic Opera Star Comedian
Arthur Deaf on .
The Pari* Theatre De# Arta Inlll
Spectacle Senaation.
"POUCHOT'S HYING BALLET."
Laura Guerite A Arthur Conrad. Hal
Stephen* A Co. Clara Ing*. Sully A Haaaey.
Steiner Trio, etc. $ Big Hit*.
Late 8tar "Mis* Dudelsack."
? - LULU GLASER & CO.
With Tho*. D. Richard*. Willi* Fam_
ily. Tom Dingle A Co., etc. Buy Today.
P Daily Matinees. Including 6aturdaya
r% and Holidays. Bo* Seat*. 60c: All Other
K Seats. 25c.
I Evening*?Proscenium Bo* ??**ta. si;
Mezzanine Be* Seats. 50c: Orchestra
0 50c and 75c: Mezzanine Floor. 35c; Bel_
cony, 26c. _ _
E Phone Main 641 for Sinrle or Season
? Reservations. Which Will Be Held
b Unfil 1:30 and 7:30 of the Day Selected.
BELASCO TPS?
SO SINGERS.
A BORN COMIQUE CO.
Special Production of Planquette'a Mastorpieee.
line Qdmcs of Normandy
NIGHTS. 25c ^TO $1.50. ^ WF.D. AND SAT.
*b Location
nsin and Massachusetts avenues.
>1?a few steps from cars,
ctive private residences, occupied
and professional men.
nent house.
dth laundry and toilet.
g room, pantry and kitchen on
ic.
elain tub, nickel plumbing.
(
:ted.
k, 1342 N. Y. Ave.
K L HOMES!
in Northeast?Constructed Under ^ *t
ision of the Builder. %
r\VT r\ A TT V A xn*\ OTTXTPi A XT *
I! ACADEMYTf:5WKS
MATS.. TLBS.. THl'RS. AND SAT.
Gl'S HILL Present!
A Magnificent and Scenic Bevtral of
HAPPY HOOLIGAH
Neat Wef4?The Little Tenderfoot.
"calve"
Operatic Concert and Condensed Version sd
CABMEN
With Scenery and Costumes.
OLCMBIA THEATER. FBI., OCT. 23, 4M.
Prices?dl.00. $1.50. $2.00. $2.50. Boxes. $2V
24* On sale at Droop's. 18th and G.
Vrcade Skating Rink
14th ST. AND PARK ROAD.
NOW OPEN
Three sessions dally?morning, aft erases ana
night.
Bigger, Brighter and Better Th^^Beea.
maijv. 20c i?y #v.
NEXT WEEK-LEW FIELDS PRESENTS
Will jam Collier
I!i NEVER SAY DIE
A New Play in Three A<*t? hy W. H. Pott ma4
William Collier.
CASINO
The Popular Family Playkouar
1:311 4 COMPLETE SHOWS 6:45
3*15 DAILY. 6:36
The Munlcal Sensation of the Season
SIG. AJV1ED0 PASSER I
aad hi*
ROYAL CONCERT BAND
SO?Celebrated Sololat*?20
5 OTHER GOOD ACTS
Dally Matinee*, All Seata lOc
Evening:* and Sunday*, lOc aad 30c
AMATEURS FRIDAY.
GAYETY
Two Performance* Daily by
Fl-1 ^ M/Vear Tl IT* lO
1 "V 1 >5W YV ilimii.JUHl? VV 1UVWS
With
ALTA PIMSPPS,
And an All-Star Cast.
Neat Week?THE GAIETY OUTS.
oeehbo
Two performances daily by THE FIVE MUSf'AL
LAWYERS in a brilliant sp?-et teolar meodic
feature. Keno, Wo! b and Melrose. * E*aional
acrobats. Carl Statrer A Co. Hilly Mc?
termott, tramp roonooglst. B?rt A l?ttie Walon.
Karlton & Klifford. and Clan- & West.
Oc?Entire Loner Floor?2rtc.
N. st Week-HA RDEF.N.
Election Night?Two Shuns. lb-turns by leaned
rire.
;S't'usE LYCEUM XI!Z?
"Frenchy to Its Tips."
Moulin Rouge Buriespers
In a Two-act Musical Comedy.
The Toast of Paris.
Friday Night. Oct. 25. Countre Store.
Next Week?THE STARS OF STAGE LAND.

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