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Scarcity ScarcityFACESEXTINCTION carcity of White OakMakes Oak OakMakes OakMakes
Makes Industry In ustry Hunt HuntNew HuntN HuntNew
New N W Materials MaterialsOther MaterialsOther
I Iother
Other Woods Are Unsatis Unsatisfactory U UnsatisfactoryTank nsatis nsatisfactory ¬
factory factoryTank Tank Cars and andSteel andSteel andSteel
Steel Casks Used UsedThe UsedThe UsedThe
The tight cooperage industry 1Dd1Mtr is now nowgoing mowgoing
going through an interesting IDterMd struggle strugglefor stru struggletor le
for existence It Is S having a MOT MOre and andmore aadmore
more difficulty in meeting meetla the demands demandsof
of trade and Dd the supply of timber nec necessary JteC88ary necessa
essary essa > 88ary y for its permanence is not only onlybeing Oftlybeing onlybeing
being rapidly depleted but is S eagerly eagerlysought eagerlysought 17 17ought
sought after by strong rivals rivalsThe rtv rtvThe
3 The term tight cooperage te ap apI applied
I plied very generally to ai a wooden hoop hoopbound hoOpbound hoopbound
bound packages made to contain liquids liquidsas
as contrasted with slack cooperage cooperageI coopenL cooperagewhich < < e eWbkh
I which is S intended for solids JIO The term termla termis I
1 la 3 descriptive of the char character er of the theI
I package > Okap which must be constructed constructedwith coutructedwtth constructedwith I
with cloeenttlng c1o efttU tight staves stavesTight stavesTight VeL VeLTight
Tight packages fU8 are employed as con conjlainers eoniainer conrare conrarei
jlainers i iainer of alcoholic spirits and ad liquors liquorscottonseed JtquorsQttonaeed liquorsttonaeed
< cottonseed ttonaeed petroleum and other oils oilsturpentine ellsturpentine oilsturpentine
turpentine lard and other packing packinghouse packingouae paeldngaouee
house ouae products cider and vinegar vinegarSyrups vinegarstyrups egr egrtyrup
Syrups and Ad molasses mo paints and lead leadand 1eadand leadand
and fish Of these tbe the oil trade con consumes consumes consumes ¬
sumes by b far r the largest number nunt er in inspite inspite I
spite of the fact that an enormous quan quantity qUlU1ttty quantlty ¬
tity of oil Is stored and transported in intanks 1111anQ intanks
tanks The number of new newlarrela barrels re required required required ¬
quired annually for oil is about 74MMO 71180AJcoholtc 7i0U40Alcoholic j jAlcoholic
Alcoholic liquids rank next with approslmately ap approximately aporox1mely ¬
proximately KOOOOMi 500 Ot X the remainderthe remainder remainderthe rer a1nder a1nderthe
the pork package is the moat mo t Important ImportantBarrel ImportantBarrel importantBarrel
Barrel Has Many ay Advantages AdvantagesThe At1ftJita AdvantagesThe H HThe
The barrel has special advantages over overlie overthe
the lie 11 other forms of containers for r r trans transportation transportatlon traJullortation ¬
portation in that it is light yet strong strongis strongis tr ft ftB
is B easily and quickly bandied and un unlike Ultrke unlike ¬
like metal it does not offer a surface surfacethat aura aurathat surfacethat
that will be attacked by acids shippedin shipped shippedin shtltpen
in n it The e low cost of the package pac al allows allows 1 1lows ¬
lows it to be discarded at its deattnatlon destina destination detlnatIn ¬
tIn thereby saving return transporta transportation traDMportatlon transportation ¬
tion on the empty emptYpackage emptYpackageWhte packages packagesWhite packagesWhite
White oak furnishes turnisb nearly M per percent percent Nr Nrcent
cent of all tight cooperage stock theremainder the theremainder theremainder
remainder ia made e up of red oak chest chestnut ebHtnut sheetnut ¬
nut oak red gum cypress spruce white whiteash whiteash whiteash
ash elm basswood birch and 114 Douglas Dbugiasfir Db1aJIfir Douglasfir
fir No material except white oak has hasproved hasproved hasproved
proved satisfactory Uaaetory for the aging Pac of ofalcoholic ofakohollc ofalcoholic
alcoholic beverages beTe dependent depand nt upon the theaction theaction theaction
action of the wood to improve their theirquality theirQuality theirduality
quality but for all other cooperage COOperA < < e in including inIlJuding including ¬
cluding beer and ale substitution Ututlon of ofother ofother ofether
other woods or materials Is possible possibleTrying pouIDieTry possibleTrying
Trying Try JIC other Woois WooisRed WeoiRed weotlaRed
Red oak is a little more difficult to tomanufacture t tmanufacture tomanufacture
manufacture into staves > > than tb n white whiteoak whiteoak whiteoak
oak and is I also heavier and therefore thereforemore tberetorexnore thereforemore
more expensive ta Q tss handle It runs very veryunsound veryunsound
unsound and so > > 0 give xt a larger per percentage perentage perscentage ¬
centage of poor material Chestnut oik oikoffers o ootters onkotters
otters about the same me difficulties Red Redeuro Redgum Redgum
gum although used ia considerable considerablequantities ooosklerblequanUtiell oonsklerableQuantities
quantities is far from an ideal wood woodfor wooerfor woodfor
for tight barrel staves and headings headingsThe headtngsThe headingsThe
The abundance of this tb l species JlP Cle and the therelatively therelatively therelatively
relatively low stumpage 1Jtu1llJJ < < ft value com compared compared compared ¬
pared with oak explains the use it has hasfound baAIf hasSound
found f 1md as a tight cooperage eoopera < < e wood woodThe woodTbe woodThe
The substitution of other substances substancesTor 8U 8Uor substancesor
Tor or woods metals for example is being beingtried beingtried beift beifttried < <
tried Considerable work of this kind kindhas kindbAs kindmuss
has been done and in certain lines lIne it ithas Ithas Ithas
has been attended with success Tan Tancars Ta Tacars Tatit Tatitcars
cars for shipping are largely used u ed yet yetmany yetmany yctmany
many thousands of wooden packages are arestill uestill arestill
still required annually For storage storageand aJtoragtand stoogeaald
and shipment ahJpm nt of alcoholic liquors Or an anI ancummodit nf nfvmmodltr
I commodity cummodit < containing an acid or oth other oth4t19gl otherI r ragent
I agent 9gl > nt which attacks metal the use of ofsuch oCI orsuch
I such a package is impracticable On Onthe Onth Onthe
the th other hand for shipping gasolene gasoleneIttie gaSDleneAnd gasoleneand
And allied products all welt as alcohol aJcohoi1ne
Ittie lthe 1ne steel drum or steel > > teel barrel aert serves servesfjiotably Hnelotably ee
Enotably fjiotably lotably well wellf wellWhite
f t White oak the favorite material is israpidly Israpidly Israpidly
rapidly being exhausted exhau ted and the future futuret futureof
r < t of > f the industry depends upon its ability abilityto abllltyto abilityto
to utilise new woods or find satleractory satisfoc satisfoci satJ ae aei
i tory substitute for wood Substitutes SubstitutesJrn Sub t1tutes t1tutesr
Jrn r rl > also being eagerly sought and un unle unlefi unle
le lefi e steps are taken to produce aa much muchpiaterial muchfTlaterolal muchmaterial
material as is consumed some of the thehardwoodusing the11ardwoodusing thehardwoodusing
hardwoodusing industries will not sur surand suri survive
vI vive ve and trades tra es which have ha flourished flourishedlor ftourt flourishedr bed bedI
i lor or years will w ill become extinct extinctREALTY extinttI r t
i ii
UQ G street northwest < < fa i a field of op opjportunity opI
jportunity I portunJty to the real estate mVestor mVestortoday InrutottctG3Y in6eetOPtoday
today said a member me aber of the Moore MooreHill A AHill A AHil1
Hill Real R l Estate Company when speaking speak speakIng apeakIng
Ing to a Times representative repreee tative yestetla yester yesterday ye ter terI
I day c12 With the opening of the the1nlon new newTJnion newtnton
TJnion Station the citys center of ofgravity ofgraity ofgravity
gravity has wi been shifted As a bust business bualI1tss bustness ¬
ness thoroughfare thoro liP fare G street has been beenBV beeuIn beensr
BV ung to the summit by the revolution revolutionIt
It is the only highway of the business businessdistrict buarineadistrict businessdistrict
district open to business travel from from1irst fromrst fromFirst
First rst street westward w twan1 Not broken be beitwcen bei bei
i itwcen i tw n Fourth and Fifth streets like E Bjsnd Ei Eend
jsnd i find F streets G street treet must become a amain III11aln amain
main artery of travel LInes of travel travelf travel1IIo01c travelhii
f tf 1IIo01c hii ronie nle avenues of trade tradeTwice tradeTwJ tradeTwice
Twice TwJ as many people travel G street streetbetween atreetIxtween streetbetween
between Ninth and Fifteenth Fifteenthas as there theredid theredid theredid
did a year ago lto Twice as many con concorns concorns eoncorns
corns do business on G street between betweenKleventh betweeltFlfventh betweenEleventh
Eleventh and Fourteenth as in Mi Mii 1f6LEfory 750xEvery
i Every structure between betw n Thirteenth and andfourteenth aDdJIourte andFourteenth
fourteenth JIourte ntb on G street has been rebuilt rebuiltj reeulltremOtJed rebuiltrenoi
j remoaeled renoi led or repaired during the last lastI lasttwelve
I twelve months and the work has just juststarted Juati juststarted
i started the change c ange just begun beguni
t i G street today toda holds great posatbili posatbilities possibilities lt lttteiJ
ties to the investor in Washington The Ther Thestory Thestory
r story of F street and Fourteenth street streetTll streetwall t tn
wall n be repeated repeatedCorner It attd attdt
W bt 49 < t
t Corner HomeOnly Home HomeOnly ore
cifOnly O + Only 4000One 4000 4000One
e One square liars from Congres Congresaonal Congressional Con est estsional +
sional Library brary and near nearJ nearSt nearo
J o St Peters P ttrs Church ChurchS ChurchAn +
S 4 4 An 8 room and bath brick bricki brickhOUlle
i house side lights lot i M + O ft ftA ftfront
A 8 front A spa splendid endid chance to get getcIe81nLb1e geta
X a desirable home for 4009 4009Thos 1OtOThos5 010 010t
t Thos5 Thos J Fisher Fish CQINC CQ CQINC i
+ INC 4 mN
1414 F Street N W We
4 4I
Attractive T TwoStory wo S oru Dwellings DwellinosAre DwellingsAre
Are Completed at Mu Mount t Ple Pleasant s
Houses Sell for 48JO 48JOHave 4850Have 485OHave
Have Tiled Baths andFurnaces and andFurnaces andFurnaces
Furnaces FurnacesFrauds
Frauds A Blunaon a a real estate estatedealer M estatedealer ate atedealer
dealer with office oMcIIIat at M7 Seventh eventh eath street streetnorthwest atnetnortltwat stetnorthwest
northwest has aaa completed tecl a row row of 0 two twostory twoatory twastory
story bay windowed brick bricltAwe bricltAwehouMa dwellinghouses dwelling dwellinghouses
houses on Meridian street northwest northwestin
in the new part of Mount t Pleasant PleasantTbe PleasantThe t tThe
The property JXO Y which is well located Joctedconyo is isconvenient isconvenient
convenient conyo icat to both car lines and a cl is iswitkia 1awJW iswithin
within the e realdeatisi resident re Idea 1 section of the city cityaway city cityaway cityaway
away from from the notoe noUit of the theJKreeta bastfesa bastfesastreets btatyeasstreets
streets streetsOwing JKreetaOwt streetsOwing
Owing Owt to t its situation tuatton the purchase purchasef
of f one of the houses for the sum of of94JW ofoJJM ofuise
94JW uise ie said to be an investment that that18 that18INre Is Issure issure
sure to result beneficially ben ftct Uy to the owner ownerThe ownerThe ownerThe
The houses arfc a Its feet wide by 90 feet feetdeep teetcJeep feetdeep
deep with tile bath and heated by byfurnace byurn8et byfurnace
furnace furnaceAllen furnaceAllen urn8et urn8etAllen
Allen Appley the architect drew theplans the theplans I
plans for the construction of the b bmar hooves boueLI boueLAPARTMENT hoovesAPARTMENT
F W Alexander to Invest
40 40000 s 000 in SixStory SixStoryBuilding SixStoryBuilding
Building BuildingF
F W Alexander will eonstruet aa aaapartment aJlapartment anapartment
apartment house at the north northwest tst cor corner c0rner oorner ¬
ner of Third and INl B streets northwest northwestIt n6rthwutIt thweat thweatIt
It Is te t be six stories In height forty fortynve rortrflve fortyilve
nve flve feet by fifty feet In depth of brick brickwith brickwllh brickwith
with stone tone and ornamental terra cotta cottatrimmings eottatrlmmlnp cottatrimmings
trimmings The interior of the building buildingis bulldbt bulldbtI < <
is I to be wainscoted waln8C ted with marble and andhave andha andhave
have ha V8 terrazza floors floorsThe ftoersThe floorsThe
The plans plan which will be made by byArchitect byArchitect byArchitect
Architect Matthew G I lApley epley call for forfire forfire forfire
fire escapes electric wiring aod fixtures fixturessanitary ftxttllel ftxttllelnltary fixturessanitary
sanitary nltary plumbing and a steamheating steamheatingsystem st steamheatingsystem mheatlng mheatlngsystem
system The building will 111 cost WOM 40OMand tOOMand WOMand
and will m be constructed under the super supervision supervllrion supervision ¬
vision of Mr Lepley LepleyThe LepleyGEORGETOWN LepleyGEORGETOWN
The new home of Minor r E Farr is israpidly Israplcll Israpidly
rapidly raplcll nearing completion c > > mpletlon and will be beready beready beready
ready for to occupancy in a short hort time timeThe timeTbe timeThe
The house 00u e is 1 located 1 on the south side sideof aideIf sideof
of Dumbarton avenue just ju t west of ofThirtyfirst 9 9ThlrtyfiBt ofThirtyfirst
Thirtyfirst street northwest the site sitehaving BitehavinK sitehaving
having been purchased from Miss Ethel EthelLockhart EthelLockhart t l lLockhart
Lockhart formerly of Georgetown GeorgetownJohn G40rptownJohn GeorgetownJohn
John Keady Keaciy Is making extensive exte lve im improvements laaprovements unprovement ¬
provements to his place of business bwIUIe on onthe ORthe onthe
the south side of M street between betweenThirty betweenThirtyfourth betweenThirtyfourth
Thirty Thirtyfourth fourth and Thirtythird streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwe streetsnorthwest
northwest northwestThe northwestThe t tThe
The large addition to the home of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Bell at Fort Myer Va ha habeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been completed The Improvements Im lOVemeRtII cost costnearly eostDearly costnearly
nearly lttOW iuOeeom iuOeeoe lttOWAnd luLi
i e 500 Cash CashAnd i iAnd s
+ And small monthly payments paymentssome paymentswill paymentswill
will secure one one or those handsome hand hand80me
some houses on onColumbia OftiColumbia
iColumbia Columbia a Heights HeightsI H e1 ightsi is ise isrice o
I Price rice e 7250 7250The i
0 0The
t The The T best houses evert evertoffered ever everoffered
o + offered for the money moneyroom o
4 rooms or first floor fto r i s large largechambaes largec largeat
chambaes c mb8a bees large tiled bath hot hotwater hotWJter hothle
at atbees are ing fhot
0 water beat houses hcMI e aj aJe M feet feetrt9e feetd f +
rt9e hle d S floors floors trimmed in hard hardwood
a wood woodThos wOOdThos w < eeil i v >
0 4 4Thos
a Thos Ji J Fisher Co CoINC CoINC Coe o oINC
1414 F Street N W WExclusive WExclusive t
Exclusive Agents Agentst
t t to
New Method to Dry Walls WallsImprovement WallsImprovement WallsImprovementon
Improvement on Old Plan PlanBelgian PZalBelgian PlanBelgian
Belgian Discovery Promises to Become Use Useful Useful Usefui
ful in United States StatesConsul Consul at Ghent GhentTells Ghentl GhentTells
l Tells ells of System I
The system oC treating the walls or ofbuildings
buildings but in tbe United State tatea wit wt with l a acoattaar acoa acoating
coating coa Dlf of tar to keep out outhaa daaipnss daaipnsshas damputtiwhas I
has been improved upon 1Iponrepon according to toreport toreports
report from Belgium BelgiumIt
It Is said the now process pr employed employedby employedby empioiedby
by the fo foreigners will effectually etreutuallyCNDe over overcome overcme ¬
come dampness dam Monuments and pub publie publ publie
l lie memorials as well as bufcinoss bmo struc structures IItnICtutn structures ¬
tures because of their high highare construction constructionare
are it is issgsaid said more subject ubje < t to todalnp todalnpDea damPneas damp dampness ¬
ness than the ordinary building b1a cImg Th ThBflglum The TheBelgium b bB
Belgium B Ic1um discovery however It I Is said saidhas saidhas aSd
has effectually ctemcJnatft demonstrated led that those thoseconditions t these theseconditions eH eHccnd1t1oru1 1
conditions caR be remedied remediedIn remediedIn
In a report to the Bureau of Statistics StatisticsConsul 8tlk StatledcaConsul c cCoJUJUl
Consul W P Atwell at Ghent tells t of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the successful experiments with sH sHpeter aitpeter saltpeter
peter conducted in that city In the ibetreatment thetreatment JMtrNtment
treatment of damp wails and Ad building buildingH buildtnpHO buildingsHo
H Ho says My the experiments were Wtl Interesting interest interesting InteretIDe ¬
ing as to hygiene of o dwelling house houseas houMrawell housesas
as well as to the th preservation of monu monument monu monumenta monuments ¬
ment and public buildings They were weremad weremade weremade
mad made officially and have demonstrates demonstratesthe
the consul says S that a wall 11 treated with withsakpeior withsakpeier withsaltpeter
saltpeter overcomes the existence cxJtefteeo cxJtefteeoclamJIIMIJ of ofdampness ofdampness
dampness and preserve preserves the materials materialsused matertaltlW materialsused
used W eC1 in the construction constructionLibraries constructIonLibr constructionLibraries
Libraries Libr riesThreatoned riesThreatonedThe ThreatenedThe Threatened ThreatenedTbe
The Gfcent City and ad Univeraftr U hcralty li libraries Jibrarie Itbrariee ¬
braries were seriously 5edou ly threatened thr by byhumidity byhUmicUty byhumidity
humidity says the consul and certain certainparts eert certainparts 1n 1npar
parts par could C W4 no longer be used u ed and had 1Idto hadto aadto
to be abandoned completely It was wastherefore WMtherelore wvastherefore
therefore decided that a trial would 1Ou14made bemade be bemade
made with a new system of drawing drawinghumidity ck ekaw 1i1lJ 1i1lJhumldtty < 1n 1nhumidity
humidity out of the walls which hadreeentIy had badrecently hadreflfttty
recently been Invented by a Belgian Belgianafter Belgianafter Belgianafter
after Ion long and patient t research re earch The Theexperiments Theexperlmenta Theexperiments
experiments began July 14 and were werecompleted werecompleted werecompleted
completed on August 14 14The 14The 14The
The condition of humidity of which whichConsul whichConsul whichConsul
Consul Atwell writes is particularly no noticeable DOt1ceable noticeable ¬
ticeable in the watts of the Wasbi Washington WashingtonMonument W8bJnktonMonument ton tonMonument
Monument Nearly the whole flight of ofsteps of8te ofsteps
steps 8te within fifty feet of the entrance entranceto
to the top of the structure are continu continuously conUnuoU8ly continuously ¬
ously moist mol t more particularly in damp dampor dampor
or wet et weather The outside of the thewalls thewalls he hewalls
walls also sweat during the damp dampTjoather damp8ther dampweather
weather 8ther so much so that if one should shouldplax sho shouldplace ltl ltlplac
plax place their hands upon the marble aide aideof sideof kle kleof
of the big shaft bU they would be dripping dripplagwet drippingwet drJppUawet
wet within a 8 few moments momentsItt momentsI
Itt I It has been suggested Kf8tei that the condition con condition COQdltlon ¬
dition of affairs of the monument should shouldbe shou shoube shouldbe
be speedily p edUy remedied as a it is l afraid afraidthe afraJdthe afraidthe
the atones of the structure would with within withio withia ¬
in a few fOl years need replacing It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would not be feasible tert tble or proper to o coat coateither OOAleither coateither
either the Inside ln ide or outside walls WI tfJ or orthe ofthe f fthe
the monument with tar in an effort to tosecure tour6 tosecure
secure ur6 the walls wan from dampness but buti butthe butthe
i the suggestion has been advanced adoa ced that thatthe Uttbe thatthe
the Belgium method of treating thewalls the thewalls tnaWIU
walls WIU would materially aid in over overcoming OV81J overcoming ¬
coming the existing conditions without withoutdetriment withoutdetriment
J detriment To the building trade it ha has
also been ugsted task ill illmethod a aatethod s
method having proua pnJ9IIII SUM SUMsso 11 11tul w wtess4
tul of Uw paltpeter tpeter tpeteraJP1kaUoa uiiad
aJP1kaUoa 1 pltation It Ie sso a4 he hetreatment e goat goattreatment < of oftNatlDa1t
treatment of a wall u is I Ialve n4t 11 iftdre ASe expe expeslve
live than a coat of1 df tsjS and aaabiitt aaabiittJnOre anulltighqmore nigfilr nigfilrmore
more satisfactory r ei eiCoaditieu > i iCooditioa jCoDcUtiM
In tbe construction COD8tnacuQi COD8tnacuQiIDp Ipf all urge build buildIngs buildlags
lags the same condition e a4ltJon of Of humidity humidity 1 of ofth oftb ofthe
th the walls exists In this tb city the meth methods methods ¬
ods 00 used by builders build is to apply IIJI7 a coat coatof coatof
of tar to the tone before It t is set which whichhas whichau whichbaa
has au proved satisfactory In nearly nearlyevery 1MIaI1Tevery meartyevery
every Instance in the large publicbolding public publicbuiding pubUcbutdlq
bolding now in die conn coon of construc 1IOn conMruetfon construction true truelion ¬
lion or Just completed tar is used a Its Itsbacldnc a abacking a abacking
backing of the theJltOn mono in dteXUJllcfpal thelifuniejpsdbuilding dteXUJllcfpalbulkhftc the Municipal Municipalbuilding
building tb the new Onion Railway aOway Ter Terminal Terminal Terminal ¬
minal building bU1 buildluslMuseum Museum UMUm and in several severalof severalof
of 0 the commercial structures th u treat treatment trwLtmenl treatment ¬
ment of tar Is I applied to the stone abase used usedin uaedIn usedin
in the wall construction eostsstrueIonThe co constructionThe IItrQCilon IItrQCilonTbe
The system of saltpeter treatment treatmentJtOt ha hanot has hasnot
not yet et ben tried in this country CIOUmr but
it is said seven several experiments wall wtn be bemade beAde bemade
made Ade shortly by the Government Got rnment with withthe withthe tth tthtte
the new itwentionPiANS invention inventionPLANS InventionPLANS
Plans have ha been drawn for the new newtrunk Jewtrunk newtrunk
trunk factory to be erected for James JamMS femesS
S Topaantia Top Tophajn amln In Ecklngton EeklB < < ton Mr Topham Tophamrecently Tophamrecently Topbamrecently
recently purcfeaa purchu4d i through the Harrison Harri Harrison HarrlOIl ¬
son OIl Realty R ty Company lot iota 1 1 1 2 t and 4 4m 41ft 4M
m 1ft block 8 West W Bokin Eoktngton ton comprising comprisingabout comprJMIngabout comprisingabout
about 1MOO > > 000 feet of ground ground facing on onBddngton onEcldn onEddngton
Bddngton Ecldn < < ton place and running about 100 100feet 100feet 100feet
feet north to an alley lley factn facing the now nowBaltimore BfWBlt1more nowBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio freight terminal terminaland terminalaDd terminaland
and the Maryland Electric railroad railroadIt
It ie I Mr Tophams plan to manufac manufacture manutaGture nuanufaoture ¬
ture all the goods used In his trunk trunkand trunkand trunkand
and leather letb r goods business businessThe buslDe8llThe businessThe
The groupd groUP for the new factory will
b be broken h about bout two weeks weeuWarehouse weeksWarehouse weeksOpening
Warehouse Sites Siteson
on the theRailr theRailroad
Railr Railroad RailroadOpening ad adOpen
Opening Open lag on onPaved 011Paved onPaved
Paved Streets Streetswhfeh StreetswbJh Streetswhkh
whfeh stakes lank hauling unusually unusuallyeasy uqueuallyeftsy uqusuallyeasy
easy See us abut tiffsFINE tiffs nilsFINE nalaFINE
1414 F Street
I PO The plant p1antwhichPoduces plantwhich which produces p oduces PO POTOMAC P0TO ¬
is thoroughly th iough1y up to the min minute minutetr ¬ f fute
ute utetr AH the machinery is the thebest thebest thebest
best that is obtainable and of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latest and most mostapproved mostapprovedtypes approved approvedtypes approvedtypes
types Of course cou l this very v rY y ma materially nulterial1y mare ¬ 4 s steriall
teriall terially aids in making POTO POTOMAC POTOMAC POTOMAC ¬
MAC ELECTRIC LIGHT the theefficient theeffxientand o i iefficient
efficient effxientand and popular popu1ari1uminant popu1ari1uminantat illuminant illumlnantthat illuminantthat
that at it is isPOTOMAC isPOTOMAC isCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYPOTOMAC 05 213 14th 14t St t ta N W
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New Hotel H teI Is Modern Modern and andGoiwenientiq andGonMenie n nConvenientinn
GoiwenientiqDetail Goiwenientiq GonMenie ConvenientinnDetail lt in inD
Detail D DetailGegrss tafl taflI taflHaiL v vCongress
Congress Halt HaiL W mss Was new newhotel DeWboteL mewhotel
hotel at ewJwuev ew f JVTMT avenn avea tyelm near C Cstreet CatNet Cstreet
street southeast will be opened 0 to the thepublic theRubuc he heubUc
public ubUc Tuesday T November ovtNDbeJ K KCongress 9GCongress J JCOIICIQ8
Congress Hall is modern JQOd In every every e re respect respect reupset ¬
spect and is f located near the new newWashington newWuhiDgtou newWashington
Washington terminal en aal one square from fromthe fromtbe frontthe
the Capitol CapitolThe CaPitOlThe apW1The
The hotel bot which was built by James JamesL
L 1 Parsons Pad U Is Of the latent scientific scientificfireproof sctentlftcfireprOOf scientificfireproof
fireproof construction een ructIoB The lIe front is isfaced Iefaced isfaced
faced with Imtfaaa 1 limestone 1tme oae highly highlyornamented highlyornamented I IonlaQMDtecI
ornamented terra cotta and an t Impervious Imperviousface l imperviousface apen10uA apen10uAa
face a brick brickDesirable brickDNirable brickDeIrable
Desirable Arrangement ArrangementThe t the
The he arrangement arrangement of the house is S ex exceptionally eJCcepUoaally exceptionsily ¬
ceptionally desirable all of the sleep sleeping sleeping Jeep JeepInK ¬
ing rooms roo of which there are JM t1 9A be being beInX being ¬
ing eutside rooms Each room r m has hot hotand hotand hotand
and cold water and is finished in ma mahogany 1D 1Dhopny mahogany ¬
hogany with 1 h brass trimmings trilmRbapare There Thereare Theare
are 100 private baths From the rear rearof rearot rearf
of f the building < < a magnificent J ptftoent panorama panoramaof
of the city the Potomac and Arlington ArlingtonIn ArlIngtonlitlh
In litlh ijhts l is presented presentedThe Jle8ellteclnle presentedThe
The hotel will be conducted en both boththe bothtIle boththe
the American and European plans theAmerican the theAmerican theAmeJ1ean
American dining dim room having a seat seating aeating seating ¬
ing capacity of 300 One feature of ol1h4t ol1h4thotel thehotel the thehotel
hotel will be the exclusive employment employmentof
of white help Another Anoth feature to towhich tuwhich towhich
which special eelal attention has been given givenis giveni givenIs
is i an elaborate banquet room and lid nu numerous numerOU8 numerous ¬
merous dining cIia1aAroema rooms for private I1Yat parties partiesThe partieThe partiesThe
The cafe wW be kept uptodate todate in inevery Inry inevery
every ry repeat rMP t and an excellent orches orchestra orcbetr orchestra ¬
tra tr wD w > be tn attendance attendanceDeceratieas atten4laAoeDeeerati attendanceDeceratiesa
Deceratieas Deeerati Tasteful TastefulThe Tutaf1llrtM TastefulThe
The decoration cJecocoa o are carried out in inexquisite Inexq1Iite inexquisite
exquisite tU and mark an advance advanceIn
In local hotel decorative week The Themain Themain Themain
main lobby is S treated in tone of soft softrd IIOttId softrot
rd Id above a sienna marble wainscot WatncotThe wainscotThe wainscotThe
The ladies lad reception room and parlor parlorare p parlorare rlor rlorare
are carried out in the delicate orna ornamentation onwment orvnameat ¬
mentation meat of the Marie Antoinette style stylein stylein tylt tyltt
in t rose eoW 0 I0r and gold The dining room roomhi roo rooutIs l lvartcM
hi in various vartcM tones oC Preach Ireach grry grrywith greywith ry rywith
with rose DaBarry draperies ctraJi e This Th15tJpIct is isa s sa
a typical French room and the em embroider emof embaulderies ¬
broider baulderies of the hangings are areI especial especially ¬
I ly rica and attractive The banquet hall hallIs ballIII haltIs
Is one of the most JttCMI attractive features featureso featureshoteL
O o the hotel With a high wainscoting wainscotingpatated wabIacotInOf
Of tgh oM above which is a hand haDcIptdate4 handpataied
patated decorative c Ines fries the room prearnts pre prewite preacei1eat
of the theKHsabethan tlHI1i1ihMan theEfsabethan
arnts wite an t excellent example
KHsabethan period periodThe periodTtM periodThe
The buffet and billiard room are ap appropriately approprtately appropriately ¬
propriately decorated deoorat In red and aa4EmbrOidered greenEmbroidered green greenEmbroidered
Embroidered lace panels n and t draper draperies draperiesto eS eSto
to harmonise h with wit the decorations have havebeen avebeen havebeen
been specially designed for the various variousrooms variousrooms artoas artoasrooma
rooms The entire scheme of ofdrajertea decoration decorationdraperies decorationdrapsrlc
draperies and laces was especially de designed deqnecl designed ¬
signed and executed by Booghton 1 CoNew Co CoNew CoNew
New York specialists in this tw line Mr MrBoughton 1 1Boqhtoft MrBoughton
Boughton hay ha personally 1y conducted the thework thework theworst
work with me mcrt mt gratifying results resultsCongress leIIUltCongreM resultsCongress
Congress Hall will begin operation operationon
e on 111 n Tuesday with a large number of ofprominent ofprominent
prominent guests Being so convenient convenientto
to tit Ue Capitol It will undoubtedly prove provea pro proa
a popular resort with members of Con Congtes 0ollJROII Congress
gtes Among JROII < < the patrons we well known knownto knownto mown mownto
to the public who have been booked for fortbe foetb6 forthe
the Congressional Ooe OoeJ season are areJ areJ
J A M Adah and D4 family Indians IndiansW IncJi IndianaR JNL JNLW
W R H Andrews and Governor Curry CurryNew CUrryNew CurryNew
New Mexico W B Cox and ad family familyIndiana fancilyIndiana am y ylad1ana
Indiana G W Cook and IUU family West WestVirginia We WestVirginia t tVIqtata
Virginia S E d Mudd Maryland a C G GEdwards GEdwal GEdwards
Edwards Edwal and a 4 family Georgia T Larritnaga Lar Larrinaga Larrlnap
rinaga Porto Porto Rico F W MondeU and aadfamily andfamily Del Delfamily
family Wyoming Wyo aln5 R B Macon and andfamily 8IIdfamill andfamily
family Arkansas Charles CharI McGavin IlllnoisJ Il Illinois fllIno ¬
lIno llnoisJ linois J J Each Wisconsin Wtecon tn E M Pol Pollard Pollard Pol Pollard ¬
lard and lid family fs mlly Nebraska W A ARodenberd ABodenberd ARodenberd
Rodenberd and family Illinois G C CSturgte cStu C Csturps
Sturgte Stu and family tamU West West rut Virginia Vh JI W WH WH WH
H Topping and wit wife New Hampshire HampshireWilliam HpsblreY1I11am HampshireWilliam
William Y1I11am t Wiltett Jr and family New NewYork New1ork NewYork
York E W Weaver and sister l ter Judge Judgeand JYd Judgeand < < c cand
and Mrs In Maloney and nd Miss SuUow Sullo Subway SubwayNew way wayNew y yNew
New Hampshire HampshireThe HampsblreThe HampshireThe
The openng will be without unusual unusualdisplay unu unusualdisplay ual ualdlaplay
display ana ag the house will be kept keptas keptIUS keptas
as it appears on that occasion Wash Washingtentaas Wuhin WashIngtentaansand
ingtentaas in Ingtentaansand < < tenlans and visitors will be cordially cordiallyreceived ordiallyreceived
received by the mana management ment and ex extended extended extended ¬
tended every possible 088lb Ie courtesy for view viewIng vJe vJeIng viewing
Ing the accommodations
on Is Planned PlannedF PlannedFor
F For of Sixfeenth Street I
Eawltwae Home to Be Erected on < ra Sixteenth Street by Mrs J s1KJI Nermas aJl WilliamsMrs Williams WilliamsMrs ms msYrs
Mrs Norman Williams Will Build X60000 60000 Home HomeAdjoining HomeAdjoIning HomeAdjoining
Adjoining Louise Home PropertyTo PropertyToBe Property To ToBe
Be Elegant in Detail
Adding A4dt g one more beauttf be8utlt11 al residence residenceto
to those already aJ y gracnr grac r Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet SlxtMDthatnet Sixteenthstreet
street Wyeth t Cresson Cre cn architects arcbitoctahave arcbf1Ioctsbaw architectshave
have completed the plans for the erection erec erection enctlOft ¬
tion of a a Tourstory mansion man l4m for MrsNorman Mrs MrsNorman MnNonDJ
Norman Williams vuUa adjoining th Louise LouiseHome LouiseHome Lx > teo teoHome
Home property propertyThe propertyThe I ITiM
The residence which is k I copied after aftertbe afterthe I Ithe
the French 1re ch renaissance renaI sn < < is ftntshed ftnl hed in the thefinest theftne thefinest
finest ftne t Indiana limestone It will con contarn contain contain
tain about fifteen spacious rooms each eachof ecI1oC eachof
of which will be decorsed after the old oldstyle oldstyle oldstyle
style French am architecture Mtecture An J elevator elevatorwill elevatorwill elevatorwill
will be installed l etalIed as well ell as the most mostuptodate mostuptodte mostuptodate
uptodate conveniences COIW8IMe C88 known to the thebuilding thebutld1a8 thebuilding
building world worldOna worldOne worldOne
One of the features e turM of C Mrs Williams WXilamsresidence Williamsresidence FUi8111Sre
residence re hience will be the spiral stairway stairwayleading stairwayl88dtag stairwayleading
leading to the magnificent 1ftg lftcent acton parka par parlors parClJJ ¬
lors ClJJ on the second floor oor It 1 t twists Itself Iteelfto It Itselfto lt ltto
to the secondstory in graceful turnp turnpfrom turDIifrom turupfrom
from the theront front of the house the stone stoneand stoneand tolte tolteand
and bronze work being of elaborate de design d dm dThe dosign ¬
sign signThe m 4 4The < >
The building Itself Itsel is to be construct constructed OD6trucled ¬
ed At t a cost co coaof t of 11004 10 0000 < said will it is issaid IsseJd Issaid
said by the architects be one af the thennest treftn8St thefinest
finest examples of architecture along alongthat gong gongthat ng ngthat
that thoroughfare thoroughfareIn
In the Immediate vicinity of Scotts Scotfscircle Scottsrele Scottscircle
circle rele property prOp rty values have recently in increased Inre9d increased ¬
creased in value owing to the construction construc construction rODstruoUCft ¬
tion of several new structures structuresThe structuresThe structuresThe
The Williams 1111ms mansion removes one
of the oldest QIde t landmarks in that emotion seotlonFor seot1onFor emotionFor
For a number of years preceding ili ilimovement the themovement e emovement
movement to t4 pave Sixteenth street arl arlto 1U 1Uto errIto
to flank it with magnificent ftcent dwelling dwellingthe dwelUnrthe dwellingthe
the most JD t pretentious houses hou es from Scott s scircle scircle scircle
circle to the White House Hou e could only onlybe onl onlbe onl onlbe
be spoken of as very poor examples cf cfarchitecture l lrChit + f ffacture
architecture rChit facture oture at best be t Today most cthe of ofthe c cthe
the better close of old style houses have hacebeen havebeen haebeen
been torn down and in their places mod modern mooern met meturn ¬
ern dweU dwellings have been erected ereotedThe enotedlhe erectedThe
The property between Scotts circTi circTii cIrc cIrcand circ9and
i and M o streets tree l wa was among they t last t tfollow ttollow 7 7follow
follow the load of improvement Rcently R Rcently Rcently
cently however at the corner of Six Sixteenth Sixteenth Sixteettth ¬
teenth teettth and at streets and Just ju t oppo opposite opposUe opposite ¬
site Scott tt circle handsome buildt buildings buildingshave 1 > u1ldingsha a ahave
have ha n been constructed constructedThe con construMedThe tr1Icte < i iTOO
The fraction of Mrs Mr Williams man mansion ffifLiSOD rma rmaion ¬
SOD will blot out several small houses houseswhich housfswhich s swhich
which have faced Sixteenth street treet f ° r rA ra ra
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