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THE T TFIEiCACHIIGTONTIIIES WASHINGTO WASHINGTON TBIES SA S1TtliD TODAY TTRD TII MAY lirA Y 2 20 9 1909 1900 Ii
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Senator Owen Says Fac Factories Factor Factcri ¬
tor tories es Are No Place for forYoung forYoung forYoung
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into a osM u1 f lesAte mnQ 1Int1oA floA of Uw th e manner tn tnwhich an n er rin rinwhich in inwhich
which th tha the h > yetNiger er generation 8IMJILtkm of D of the thepresent tnePN thepresent
present PN ebt day Jr to C8IIINI1ecI oetulrNro ni tied to toll In Insanitary InNnitary un unsanitary
sanitary shops In referring a g to Lift Lincolns LiftOln Ltncotns ¬
colns Oln integrity Senator Owen said Jcl that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the life l1 c of Lincoln was the Uegul4lnt Uegul4lntmark guidingmark guiding guidingmark
mark for the American youth and that thathe thatbe thathe
he not only served serv hi hla h own country but butthat butthat butthat
that hi his principle prin pcipie4e were such that in infighting infighting innflghting
fighting for < hem h ft he h served the t e cauae cauuof cauaeof cau cauof
of humanity humaattyThe humanityThe
The exercises at the Lincoln statue statueewere statuewere statuewere
were in charge c arp eX eMn Mrs R L HoxieJ1r HoxieIn Hoxie HoxieI
I J1r > r Fishburn pastor tor of the ait lt Pleas Pteasant Pleasant Pleasant ¬
ant Congre CongregatlonalChurch CongregaUenjU Unltl Church Churc1oopened Churc1oopenedtlw opened openedthe openedthe
the exercises with prayer after which whichpretty whichflxteen whichsixteen
sixteen tiny gI prill is 7rtlrJpated rtlcJ ted In Inpretty a aprett
pretty cerem ceremony y They first sang saJI saJIMy
My Country Countr ie Tis 11 of Thee Theeand and nd then In Inpairs mpair8 Ipairs
pairs they marched marebedt4 to the base of the thestatue thefitatue thestatue
statue and plaoed on the ground groundflowers ground110w groundflowers
flowers 110w rs of various rJoulI kinds kindsTrusted kindTl11sted kindeTrusted
Trusted In God GocLSenator GolSenator GodSenator
Senator Clap of Minnesota Minneta declared declaredthat deql deqltbt declaredthat
that the preeminent utftt greatness greatp of Lincoln Lin Lincoln Lincoln ¬
coln was to be found in his III trust in inGo InI InGod
I Go God Lncoln L ncoln b be said stood for a new newchapter newellapter
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chapter in 11 U the e policy of the American Americannation Amerloannation Americannation
nation and that thatl1oUcy policy is now part and andPicket andJ9rC4J andrest
J9rC4J rest or the nalllon today Among Ute Uteoth e
t oth oth < Spe speakers kfU8 were eprSentatve eprSentatvePicktttt ye yePick
Picket Pick t of Iowa and Dd Major George eorge Law Lawrenea Lswrene Lawrene
rene renePrl renePri renea reneaPrior
Prior Prl to the exercises at the Lincoln Lincolnstatute Lincolnslat Lincolnstat
slat statute Grant Circle No No1 1 1 G A B Bassembled Rassombled Itassontbled
assembled at the statue of General GeneralGrarft GeneralGrat GeneralGrant
Grant Grat to pay y tribute to his 111 memory memoryThe memoryThe memoryThe
The exercise e exercse ercJ8eB were Wf O opened when a afcugler abugler abugler
bugler sounded Assembly After the theinvocation th thInvo theInvocation
invocation Invo 8tIon by the Rev Dr Wallace WaUaeeRadcUtte WallaceRadcliffe WallaceRadcliffe
Radcliffe a wreath was placed on thestatue the theBtatuo theptatuo
statue by Mrs Ida W Lawrence presi president presIdent president ¬
dent of the circle circleThe circleThe circleThe
The members of the circle thenmarched then thenmarched thenmarch4i
marched by the statue and each drop dropped dropped dropped ¬
ped a red rose ro e as a silent tribute to the thememory thememory thememory
memory of the soldier sokU r for whom the thechapter Utechapter thechapter
chapter was w named The StarSpan1 StarSpan1pled StarSpan StarSpangled StarSpangled
gled Banner was then sung by Miss MissRowlands MissNcwlanclll MissI
I Rowlands and the Rov Abram Simons Simonspastor SimonsP
1 pastor P 8tor of the Eighth Street Temple Templemade Templemade Templemade
made a graphic speech in recalling to tothe totne totrio
the audience the me Ufe life of Grant from the thetime thetime thetime
time he was a boy until he 1 received the thesurrender thesurrelKler thesurrender
surrender of o Lee at Appomattox AppomttoxThe x xThe
The address wag Visas followed by a sons sonsFace SOmFac songFace
Face Fac to Face F by b Mrs F C Fisher Fisherfollowing Fteharfollowing FSh FShfollowing
following which Lincolns Gettysburg Gettysburgspeech GetQSburgpeach Gettysburgspeech
speech was as delivered by Col Samuel SamuelB amueta
a B Stratton StratumDescendants StrattonDescendants StrattonDescendants
Descendants Will Honor HonorUnder HonorUnder HonorUnder
Under ausTiees aus Iees o of > < the Descendants De cendants of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Signers f the Declaration of Independence Inde Independence 1n4 1n4pendence ¬
pendence exercises will be held on thelawn the thelawn Uaelawn
lawn at Mt Vernon beginning 1 > at 1145 1145Monday U45Monday 1145Monday
Monday morning morn In Floral tributes from fromPresident fromPresident fromPresident
President Taft Vice President Sher Sherman 5h81man Sharman ¬
man and others will be placed on the thetombs ther thetombs
r tombs of General and Martha Wash Washington WuhIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Senator Owen will make an anaddress anaddreA anaddress
address on Washington Vhtn on Ute Patriot PatriotRepresentative PatriotRepresentaUve PatriotBepresentaUve
Representative THson of Connecticut Connecticutwill
will preside presideWilliam
William Wallace Brown Assistant AssistantAttorney AssistantAttoptey Assistantttorney
Attorney ttorney General will deliver the ora oration oratlon oration ¬
tion at the exercises in Battleground BattlegroundNational BattlegroundNational BattlegroundNational
National Cemetery at 20 Monday Mondayafternoon Mondayafternoon Mondayafternoon
afternoon The graves will be decorated decoratedwith docoratedwith decoratedwith
with flowers by the school scbo l children of ofTakoma ofxonrI ofTakoma
Takoma Park Erightwood Brl htwood Petworth Petworthand Petworthand
xonrI ofri oOdG
tortJt tortJtThomb
and Brightweod Brl htwood Park Park George H HThoma HThomaa
Thoma < > Post Post 08t No IS IL G A R will l hold holdIts holdIts holdIts
Its memorial exercises at Glenwood GlenwoodCemetery Glenwoodxej GlenwoodCemetery
Cemetery at 8 9a0 30 a m Former Sea Senator ¬
xej ti lWUrod lerSf Sf Sforat1on
d ator John ft M Thurston u will deliver ler the theoration theoration
oration The Illinois association a oclflUon will as asusual aaJ8 asusual
usual J8 al decorate With a 8 wreath of im immortelles Immortelle immortelles ¬
mortelles the p grave rave ve of Gen John JohnLegan A ALogan ALogan
Logan at t the Soldiers Horn HornIrish BorneIrish HomeIrish
Irish Societies SocietiesCommencing SocietiesCommenclftg SocietiesCommencing
Commencing at 4 oclock tomorrow af afternoon a aternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon Irish societies of this city w wi widecorate wdecorate > I Idecorate
decorate the graves gJ1LY gyaroeof jf of all Irish patriot patriotJn PILtnotaIn
In Mt Olivet on Cemetery Brief exercises exerciseswill c xerdceswill rc1 rc1wlil
will be held af a the graves grav of Father FatherBoyle FatherBoyle FatherBoyle
Boyle Devin Rellly and Fathers Staf Stafford Statford Stafford ¬
ford and M Maguire MaguireLr
Dr John Rid Held Shannon will preach to tomorrow tomorrth tomorrow ¬
morrow night at t th the Metropolitan MetropolitanSM
SM E Church ChurehLI on Patriotic and d Spirits Spiritsfield Spiritual Sptrltual
ual Lessees learned Ulllmed upon the Battle BatUfield Battlefield
field of Gettysburg GettY sburg l urg the theGreat Great Plvptal PlvptalBattle PlvptaJBattle PlvptaB Plvptaattle i
Battle B attle Of 0 e Civil War WarThe WarThe YarThe
The openair QP ftair service rviee at t the Episcopal EpiscopalCathedral EpI EpiscopalCathedral copal copalCathedral
Cathedral Mt St Alban tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafttrnoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon at 4 oclock will have hR lii liicharacter U UJaracte UsCiaracter
character Jaracte of a memorial to all the thesoldiers U1esQldler thesQIdtere
soldiers who have lost Io t their lives in inAmerican InAmerican inAmerican
American wars Representatives will willattend willathmd willattend
attend from the various veteran organizationethe organ organizations organlziLUon ¬
izations izationethe the Grand Army nny of the Repub Republic ¬
lic the Confederate Veterans the theTnion the11ton theI
I Tnion neon Veteran Legion the Loyal LoyalLegion LoyalLebion LoyalLegion
Legion and the Spanish S an1 h War Veteran VeteranChaplain VeteraJttha VeteransChaplafu
Chaplain ha IJu H A Brown of the United Unit 4
States BKlaeer e t Battalion stationed at at111e
the Washington Wa8h t t BP ranee sten n Barracks will preach preachthe preachthe preachtbe
the sermon The music JDu te will be led by byB bya byh
B vested choir accompanied by a sec JeCtoJt eectton section
tion of the United sited States Marine Band BandA
A conaideraMe conjlllcl delegation of Washing Washington ¬
ton and visiting clergymen will attend attendand aU aUand attendand < <
and participate participateThe
The District Public Library will + U beopen be beopen beope
open ope on Sunday May 30 from 2 to toMonday tofor > Ifor
for reading and an reference only On OnMonday OnMonday
Monday M JIIIL n 1 Decoration Dec > > ratlon Day it will willbe wine willbe
be e open frt fnI n ir t to 9 both for reading readingand reedinGand readingand
and reference re reace and Tor with the with withdrawal withdraWllI withdrawal ¬
drawal of books for home use useTHOMPSON UNTHOMPSON ueeTHOMPSON
THOMPSON READER READERIN
IN LIBRARY ROOM ROOMTho
Tho last volunteer reading for or the theFftason thoJlasOft thelssason
Fftason will be ebgiven given slY In the reading readingroom readingOOm readingroom
room for the bund at the a Library of ofCongress o oConcres ofConresz
Congress Tuesday Tu day afternoon June I 1at 1atx30 at at3Or
230 x30 3Or oclock oclockFrederick oclockFTod oclockFrederick
FTod Frederick nck A Thompson stage BtaK mans man manter man8er
s 8er ter er of the Columbia Steek Company Companyand ColHI ColHIwUl Company CompanytvII1
wUl read The Servant in the house HouNand housegnd
and every one on Is looking forward to toone tothis tois
this is 1a last t reading reading as one ot the moat moatEntertaining J1IO t tntertalnJ
Entertaining tntertalnlsii ntertalnJ g and delightful of o t th the e sea M Mon seaon
on
1 1 IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILDREN HOSPITAL t
HOW BUILPING WILL LOOK AFTER REMODELING
HUNDRED HUNDRED MEMBERS MEMBERSARE MEMBERSARE
ARE GOING ON TRIP TRIPAnnual TRIPAnnual
Annual Excursion of Cham Chamber Chamber Chamber ¬
ber of Commerce Leaves LeavesTonight LeavesTonight LeavesTonight
Tonight TonightOne
One hundred members of the Chamber Chamberof C amber amberot
of Commerce will go with the annual annualexcursion annuslexcursion annualexcursion
excursion of that body down the Potomac Po Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac to Old Point and Richmond to tonight 10nl tonight
night nightThe nl nightThe G11 1 1The
The party will leave Washington atj atjf46 at
f46 4 oclock on the new steamer South Southland Seuthland Southland ¬
land and is duo to arrive at Old Point Pointtomorrow Pointtomorrow Pointtomorrow
tomorrow morning in time for breakfast breakfastFrom breakfastFrom j jFrom
From Old Point the trip will 111 be b con contlnued conntinued j
tlnued to Richmond where the excursionlets ex excursionists j jcursionlsts
cursionlsts will be welcomed by mem members members momhers ¬
bers of the Richmond chamber of com commerce commerce cornmeree
merce tomorrow afternoon The return returntrip returntrIp returntrip
trip will be made from Richmond Men Menday Moftday Menday
day morning the party reaching Wash Washington WashJngton Washington ¬
ington Tuesday morning at 730 oclock oclockThe 00100kThe oclockThe
The complete compl te Itinerary which was re revised revIsed revised ¬
vised this week was announced today todayas
as follows
Complete Itinerary ItineraryLeave ItineraryLeave ItineraryLeave
Leave Washington steamer Southland SouthlandSt5
St5 6 p m Saturday May MayArrive 2 2Arrive 28 28Arrive
Arrive Old Point 645 64 a m Sunday SundayMay Sundayay SundayMay
May ay SO SOBath 10Bath D DBath
Bath In Natatorium Chamberlin ChamberlinHotel ChamberlinHotel I IHotel
Hotel HotelBreakfast HotelBreakfast
Breakfast t Chamberlin Hotel 730 a am aGuard am aGuard am aGuard I
m
Guard mount Fort Monroe 9 a m mLunch mLtnch mLunch
Lunch ChamborHn Hotel 1 p m mLeave mLeavo mLeave
Leave Old Point Chesapeake and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio railroad 460 p m Sunday May M MArrive IDArrive 30Arrive
Arrive Richmond 7 p m Sunday SundayMay Sundayay30 SundayMay
May ay30 ay30Tlansfer 30Transfer 30 30Transfer
Transfer to Jefferson Hotel HotelDinner HotelDinner HotelDinner
Dinner room and breakfast Jotter Jefferson Jetcerson Jotterson ¬
son Hotel HotelLeave HoteLLeave HotelLeave
Leave Richmond Virginia Navigation NavigationCompany NavigationCompany NavigationCompany
Company 7 a m Monday May 31 31Day 11Day 31Day
Day ride on James river riverLunch riverLunch riverLunch
Lunch on steamer steamerArrive steamerArrive steamerArrive
Arrive Old Point 630 p m Monday MondayMay MondayMay MondayMay
May 31 31Leave 31Leave 31Leave
Leave Old Point steamer Newport NewportNews NwportNews ewportNews
News 745 p m Monday MondayArrive MondayATTlve MondayArrive
Arrive Arrive Washington Vashln ton steamer Newport NewportNews NewportNews NewportNews
News 790 a m Tuesday June 1 1DUKE 1DUKE 1DUKE
DUKE OF ABRUZZI ABRUZZICLIMBS ABRUZZICLIMBS ABRUZZICLIMBS
CLIMBS MT ZOZILA ZOZILAROME
ROME May 23 29DI 23Dispatches Dispatches patches received receivedhere r receivedhere cclved cclvedhere
here from India report that the Puke of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Abruzzi at the end of April climbed climbedMount c1tmbedMount climbedMount
Mount Zozlla to a height of 10600 feet feetafter teetatter feetafter
after a fatiguing march of four days in ina Ina ina
a snowstorm snowstormZozila BnowstormZozlla snowstormZozila
Zozila is famous for its It avalanches avalanchesone avalanchone
one of which In b 3S08 burled a caravan caravanof caraVfU1of
of forty tort natives According to the re reports reporu reports ¬
ports the Duke Du e expected to reach Sard Sardhana Sardhans SardNana
hans May 8 8RAKOite 8Randle
rTRAHDCE RAKOite HIGH HIGHc4I HIGHLAND HIGHLANDRandla LaId0s
c4I T Gtr Gtrr
r whOiTt i4PlR i4PlRRandle
Randle Highlands t r tbs h pome amc distance from
Capitol as Dupont Circle Circle Xx Lots > U and building buildingi buildingsites
i sites j from J75 75 to 11600 1000 J easy v payment paymentU paymentsU n
U B REALTY y CO 7th and ad Pa la ave N W
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4 4Now +
1 With the Sale of the Last One OneNow t tNow
Now in Sight SightWfl SightI
Wfl M offer you ONE MORE CHANCE to be one of the theHAPPY theHAPPY
HAPPY LOT of home buyers who have secured one of the theKENNEDY theKENNEDY theKENNEDY i
I KENNEDY < < DAVIS DAMSTstalet DAVISJVaicbte DAVIShakb1ea
JVaicbte FAMILIES ieac 6room bath arid a d cellar houses unequaled for fOJSMALL fOJSMALLFAMILIES SMALL SMALLFAMILIES SMALLFAMILIES
I 3 Sold Tin BIT in 2 m mYOU Days Daysi
i YOU May Have a Chance Chanceat
at the 9 That Are Unsold UnsoldBoaon
i Th The 1 e P Price 1 nee X3750 t3 750 Colonial COlonlporcb Boaon Boaonindow Bay y Window WindowCash or orBay indow Porch Porchor i i
1 100 00 Cash X32 32 per Month MonthTo SMI SMITo
To Include Interest and Taxes
72 houses sold before completion 9 for you to select from fromSample fromt
II Sample House at 1424 A St N E EThos EThos BThos
t
Thos J Fisher Co Inc 738 I5th I5thPh 15thPnene 5thPhone
+ < Ph Phone n Main taO dB After 5 PM 1 I > M 1 Col 1881 l f
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CANNON AND PARTY PARTYSTILL PARTYSTILL
STILL ON THE GO CDVisit GOVisit
Visit Brandywine Battle Battlefield BattlefieldWill BattlefieldWill ¬
field fieldWill Will Return ReturnTonight ReturnTon ReturnTonight
Tonight TonightWBSTCHBSTBR Ton TonightWBSTCHESTBR ght ghtWBSTCHESTBR
WBSTCHESTBR Pa ta May MayUncle li liUncle t tUnole
Uncle Joe Cannon and hli hf party of offriends ortrlends offriends
friends from Washington wont wortor over the theground theound theground
ground ound of the famous tam us battle of l Brandy Brandywine Brandywine Brandywine
wine today and Ate te fresh butter and andeggs andeggs andeggs
eggs from the th Meadowbrook farm of ofCharles otCharle ofCharles
Charles E Mather MatherUncle MatherUncle MatherUncle
Uncle Joe was up early this morn mornIng mornIng morn morning
Ing notwithstanding his strenuous day dayat da7at dayat
at Valley Forge and Racll yesterday yesterdayand yosterdayand yesterdayand
and a public reception and dinner at atthe atthe atthe
the mansion man lon of Congressman Congro sman Thomas S SButler SButler Sbutler
Butler last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The Speaker and his h i party today vis visited visIted visited ¬
ited the eld Birmingham Blrm ngham mooting house houseand houseand houseand
and this afternoon will drive down the theValley theValley theValley
Valley of Brandytdne creek to Wilming Wilmington Wllmlnfton ¬
ton Del where they wilt will take a spe special special spc spcctal ¬
cial train tr ln for Washington WashingtonPOSTOFFICE WashingtonPOSTOFF WashingtonPOSTOFFICE
POSTOFFICE POSTOFF CE PLANS PLANSASKED PLANSASKED PLANSASKED
ASKED BY MACVEAOH MACVEAOHFirm MA CVEAGH CVEAGHFirm
Firm Which Designed Station Ap Appealed Appealed Appealed ¬
pealed to So Buildings Will WillNot WillNot Villt
Not t ot Conflict ConflictThe ConflictTheSecretary
The TheSecretary Secretary of the Treasury hasin hasinvited haslnvitod has in invited ¬
vited B H Burnham Co of Chicago Chicagoto
to make preliminary plans and an esti estimate estimate estimate ¬
mate of cost of the subpostoffioe building build building buildIng ¬
ing to be erected In the block adjoining adjoiningUnion adjoiningUnton adjoiningUnion
Union Station in this city No appro appropriated apPIUpriatod appropriated ¬
priated has been made for the building buildingThte buildingThIs buildingThle
ThIs firm designed the Union Stationand Station Stationand Stationand
and it Is the desire of the department departmentto
to have the architecture of the two twobuildings twobul1dlng twobuildings
buildings in harmony It is also stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the new building must be studied studiedin
in connection with the group ort Capitol CapitolHill CapitolHm CapitolHill
Hill i
DWELLINGS FIGURE FIGUREIN FIGURE FIGUREIN
IN SALES OF WEEK WEEKMrs
Mrs C A Hall Will Occupy OccupyNew OccupyNew OccupyNew
New Home in Washing Washington
ton Heights HeightsThe
The new threestory and cellar brick brickrwitfenes brickr brickresidence
residence r fmC8 at 3W4 14 Kalorama avenue avenueWashington avenueTvQhlnn avenueWashtnain
Washington Heights has as been sold soldthrough soldth soldthJugh
through th < JIt Stone Fairfax Fairtaxfor for the Iowa Iowaapartment Iowaaprtmt Iowaapartment
apartment DOUse nous The property was wasbought wasbousht wasbought
bought by Mrs C A Hall a nonresi nonresident nonres nonresdent ¬
dent who it is Understood undor tood paid 13376 13376for 13376for
for Ife It contains ten rooms and two twobaths twobat1ts twobaths
baths Mrs Hall will occupy It ItOther ItQther itOther
Other sales Ie reported by Stone Fairfax Fair Fairfax Falrfax ¬
fax are areTwo areTwo areTwo
Two mere of the new houses 1tou es now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being competed compt ted by Harrj Wardman at atthe attbe atthe
the corner of Thirteenth and Lamont Lamentstreets Lamontstreets Lamontstreets
streets Columbia Heights which the thepurchasers thepurchaMrs thepurchasers
purchasers will occupy as homes The Theellingprtce Thesoiling Thesoiling
soiling ellingprtce juice was T7fO each eachFor eachPol eachFor
For TV or A Lay of Virginia the throe throestory throostory threestory
story and basement brick dwelling 618 618Sixth 618Sixth 618Sixth
Sixth street northwest noar G street streetwhich streetwhleh streetwhich
which is acquired by an Investor InvestorFor InvestorFor investorFor
For John Taylor Arms the brick brickdwellings brIckdwelltngs brickdwellings
dwellings 74S and 745 Grosham street streetMt streetWt streetMt
Mt Pleasant PI sant for 6HX 6HXFor 6100For 6500For >
For Charles W King Kingjr jr the the new newthreestory newthreestory
threestory detached dwelling 1 1400 fD0 New Newton Newton ¬
ton street Mt Peasant for f r JJ5QO 500 to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Charles Dledel DledelFor DiedelFor
For Joseph Jo eph M 1 Carmody another one oneof oneof
of his hl brick dwellings 713 Fourth street streetnortheast streetnortheast
northeast which is under rental rentalFor rentaLFor rentalFor
For H S Welsh the twostory brick brickapartment brickAp brickapartment
apartment Ap rtment located at 1211 C street north northeast nort88t northeast r ran ¬
east which the purchaser r acquires as asan s san
an investment
WONDERFULWe WONDERFUL
We a passed in the course of an anhour anlour anhour
hour lour two dead cows an anr < more than thanfifty thannfly thanfifty
fifty dead chickens A strong at Qg smell smellef mellof
of petrol pervaded the atmosphere atmosphereand
and there were wheel w4 el tracks triC S in the thedust thedU8 thedust
dust dustSherlock dustSherlock
dU8Sherlock Sherlock Holmes became greatly In Interested Interested interested ¬
terestedWatson terested terestedWat S SWatson
Watson Wat Watson oJl exclaimed dli he h after deep deepthought d deepthought ep
thought there has been een a motor motoralong motoralong
along here erKnsas Kansas City Clt Indepen Independent Independent ¬
dent
ELEVEN NEW NE HOUSES HOUSESIN
IN PETWORTH SOLD SOLDProperty SOLOProperty
Property on Rock CreekChurch Creek CreekChurch CreekChurch
Church Road Bought by byLocal byLocal b Y YLocal
Local Men MenEleven MenEleven MenEleven
Eleven of the row of new houses on onRook onRock onRock
Rock Creek Church road and Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhstreet Seventhstreet
street In Petworth subdivision have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been sold through Moors Hill The Theproperty Theproperty Theproperty
property was put on the market for forsale fo foI forsale
sale I last Saturday All of the eleven slaveypurchasers elev elevpurohasors elevenpurchasers
purchasers were home lome buyers with theexception the theexception thoexception
exception of one oneFor oneFor oneFor
For a a consideration of 011000 J1SOOO the semidetaohed semi semidetached s8mldQtnched ¬
detached building build In at lS3i 1 i Biltmore BUtmorostreet Biltmorestreet Biltmorestreet
street Washington Heights has boon beansold boonsold boonsold
sold through the office of ce of Moore Hill HillThe HUThe HillThe
The house was the former residence of ofWilliam otVUUam ofWiillara
William A Hill and was built bulltty y Harry HarryWardman Ha HurryWardman Ty TyYardman
Wardman about three years erS ago The Thepurchaser Thepurchaser Thepurchaser
purchaser is a naval officer who will occupy oc occupy 00cUpy ¬
cupy the dwelling as a a home homeMoore homMoore homeMoore
Moore Moore Hill has sold during the theweek theweek theweek
week for Francis A Blundon 1119 1119Eighth 1119Eghtb 1119Eighth
Eighth street northeast and for t r W K 1CHaxton KHaxton KHaxton
Haxton 1516 Gales street northeast north ast In Inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition to effecting the transfer of a aCleveland aCleveland a aCleveland
Cleveland Park residence r ldence located lec ted on onMacomb onMacomb anMacomb
Macomb street for 7600 The same wanefirm samefirm 88weflnn
firm has also sold for Mrs Margaret MargaretC lrarg ret retC
C King the dwelling at 3028 Cambridge Cambridgeplace Cambridgeplace Cambridgeplace
place northwest and for Kennedy KennedyBrothers KennadyBrotters KennellyBrothers
Brothers 1725 I7 Lambert street Mt Pleasant Pleas Pleasant Piessant ¬
ant for 11760 11760DULIN UiroDULIN 11750DULIN
DULIN BUILDING CO COPURCHASES COPURCHASES COPURCHASES
PURCHASES A SITE SITEThe
The Edward M r Dulln Building Com Company Company ¬
pany has purchased from Miss Fannie FannieG
G McGrav lot numbered 14 In square
71 on the he east side of Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet Twentysecondstreet
street between L Land and M streets north northwest nort nortwest norttwest ¬
west west The deal was made through the thereal thereal thereal
real estate firm of Wlllige Gibbs GibbsDaniel GibbsDanlol GibbsDaniel
Daniel It is understood in the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood Of 52000 2000 was paid for the prop proplerty property property
erty upon which a a brick brlcl dwelling will willbt wHIb willbt
b bt erected at once
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I Come down Sunday and buy a lot at H HI N N M
I CLASSIC StlORE i in N N
u I uI II n The Beautiful Northwest Section of u D DI N H
I Colonial Beach V Va VaBuild a fi fiii N N
ii Build a summer home for your our wife and child children fl x xN
N a N Nren
if Z ren away from the heat and dust of the city H HUse ii hJ
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II J Large lots 25 N
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B w N N Use a tent until you t can cant build a bungalow u i iSalt I II 2 2N N NII
I Salt water bathing fishing and crabbing crabbingOver crabbin crabbinOver
ft Over one on thousand lots spljd so sod d to a refined class of people many of whom have already con constructed colstructed > it itstructed
N structed cottages for their families Others to follow immediately Fire and police protection long longdistance ¬ N NN
a distance telephones wide streets and boardwalk Splendid water Refined and quiet The highest eleN ele elevated ¬ ti tivated 41w
w N vated and bestdrained land for sale at Colonial Beach today to ay Over 1200 large lots to select froffi froffiThose fro froThose Ii IiThose N
Those who invest in lots at CLASSIC SHORE will reap large profits in health and dollars dollarsTHE if N Ni
Ii i THE PALACE STEAMER ST e JOHNS JOHNSLeaves JOH IS r g git N
N t N NM
it M Leaves Le aves Wharf at Foot of 7th Street S W WSATURDAY ft t tx
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ft SATURDAY EVENING AT 6 4 OCLOCK OCLOCKFOR OCLOCe CLCCP CLCCPCOLONIAL
e FOR FORSUNDAY COLONIAL BEACH BEACHSUNDAY H
SUNDAY MORNING AT 9 OCLOCK FOR CLASSIC SHORE SHOREAND SHORe d dAND 1 1AND
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WILL BEGIN m mRemodeling WORKON Y0RKON
ON NEW HOSPITAL HOSPITALRemodeling HOSPITALRemodeling
Remodeling of Childrens ChildrensInstitution Childrensln ChildrensInstitution
Institution ln titution Will Cost CostAbout CostAbout CostAbout
= About 125000 125000Announcement 125000Announcement 125000Announcement
Announcement was made madetoday today that thatwork thatwork thatwork
work will probably be qommonaod Qont Qn < tod next nextmonth nextmonti notmouth
month mouth on the remodeling qf q the Chil Childrens Childrens Childrens ¬
drens Hospital at Thirteenth Thlrt orith and W Wstreets Wstreets V Vatr
streets atr ets northwest which will cost about about13l00a aboutiaoo0
13l00a Architect Areh teot J H de Slbour has hascompleted hascomp1etKl hascompleted
completed his hI plans for improvementswhieli improvements improvementswhich I IwhicH
which call for two large wings to thebuilding the thebuilding
building now occupied by the Institu Institution institution institution ¬
tion tionTho
Tho wing nearest Thirteenth street streetwill streetwill streetwill
will be used as asa a pay ward which will willbo wJJlbe willbe
be a feature not heretofore he otQtorc a part par of ofthe ofthe
the hospital l The Th other wing will be beused beused I
used largely as a < dispensary In n addition addi addition addition ¬ J
tion to this two wings will have accommodations ac accommodations ¬
commodations ns for nurses and andspace apace for fora
a laundry and kitchens They will be beprooroof benre befireproof
fireproof prooroofIn nre > > roo rooIn
In the present buildingthe building the flooring flooringand flporingand oorlpgnd
and nd walls walls will w Ubo be torn out out and Concrete Concreteflooring concretefioortng concreteflOorug
flooring andpartitionssubstituted and partitions partitionsPsub Psub substituted tlt t a A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number number of other Improvements will be beinstalled beInstallod beInstalled
installed which will make maketh the structure structurealmost struct1rea1motlt structurealmost
almost ag good as new It Is expected expectedthe e p Qted Qtedthe
the entire operations Will be concluded concludedby corcludod corcludodby
by fall fallNOT faUNOT fallNOT
NOT 01 THE NATIONAL NATIONALFIRE NATIONALfiRE
01FIRE FIRE jNS INSURANCE INSURA RAN E CO CONames CONames O ONames
Names Are Confused in Re Report Report Report ¬
port of Action of ofCourt ofCourt ofCourt
Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The petition for dissolution filed in the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the District of Colum Columbia Columbla Columbia ¬
bia yesterday requested that the th affairs affairsof affairs affairsof
of the National Metropolitan Fire In Insurance Inffprance Insurance ¬
surance Company be settled and not notthose nottholie notthose
those of the National Fire Insurance
Company as has been reported repottedThe reportedThe reportedThe
The National Company C mppny Is one of the theatanchest theftan thentanahest
atanchest ftan = heBt in the country withstandfag withstand withstanding wlthstandihg ¬
fag the terrific drain of the recent big bi bifires
flres in different parts of the United UnitedStates UoHedStates United UnitedStates
States without a tremor The National NationalMetropolitan National1Jetropplltan NationalMetropolitan
Metropolitan Fire Insurance Company Companywhose Companywhose Companywhose
whose charter would have expired with within wIthIn withIn ¬
in a year oear has accepted an offer from the theAmerican theAmQrican theAmerican
American Fire Insurance Company of ofNewark ofNewark ofNewark
Newark N J whereby the latter absorbs ab absorbs absorbs ¬
sorbs it itANNIE ItANNIE itANNIE
ANNIE HEATH ESTATE ESTATESELLS ESTATESELLS ESTATESELLS
SELLS AT AUCTION AUCTIONThree
Three Thr e pieces of Improved real es estate estate estate ¬
tate owned by the Annie Heath es estate estate estate ¬
tate B F Saul trustee have been beencold beonflold beenhold
cold at auction au tlon by Thomas J Owen OwenSon Ow OwenSon on onSon
Son for a consideration of 942 942The 9425The 9425 9425The
The biggest sale consisted of the thetransfer thetransfer thetransfer
transfer of the twostory brick dwellins dwell dwelling dwelling ¬
ing at 619 A street southeast to Wil William W11Ifam I IUam ¬
liam H Duloman for 3775 M T TSehultz TSchultz TSchultz
Schultz purchased the the twostory tw story hick biickhouse bickhouse hickhouse
house located at 72 L t street north northwest ndrthwest northwest ¬
west for 2900 In the third deal cal the thepurchaser thepur thepurchaser
purchaser pur < > hnsor was M J Calbert the two twostory twastory twostory
story brick hams at 4 JU 4 Sixth streetbeing street streetbeing streetbeIng
being sold ior or U750 2750
TAFT IN PITTSBURG PITT5BOBanquet PITTSBURGWARMLY PITTSBURGWARMLYGREETED
WARMLY WARMLYGREETED WARMLYGREETEDBanquet GREETED GREETEDBanquet
Banquet With Classmates ClassmatesWill ClassmatesXliII ClassmatesWill
Will Conclude Busy Day Dayfor Dayfor Dayfor
for President PresidentContinued PresidentContinued PresidentContinued
Continued from First Mt Bagel Bagelf Page PageC > > ae aeof
of C fact the tb Presidents motive in com coming ¬
ing to Pittsfcurgtoday Pltt8nlIt Plttsbur today we wee his desire desireto
to attend a the tit Osstness ne s meeting at noon noondent noo noonadd n ntodaY
todaY a add d the t e banquat b QQVet t tQntght night ot thestern the theWEstm
WEstm stern Associated Yale dubs Clubs Presi President President
dent IJadley is here and so are ar most mostof mostof mostof
of the WET men who went to Ysia YsiaRoute YSaRoute YateRoute
Route Thronged TnrongedOn
On the trip through the business sec section aecUon section ¬
tion of the city the President found the tussidewalks thesfdewalks tiresidewalks
sidewalks packed ana an < l a s squad < tuad of po policemen policemen policemen
licemen had all they could do to keci kecithe kee keethe kecythe
the roadway clear The people hung hungunto h1 hiagunto ug ugUlito
unto fireescapes and leaned out of the thewindows thewindows thewindows
windows of the skyscrapers 8 Prs to see seethe ti tithe boathe
the President PrsldentJJunt1n Hunting and flags flew flewfrom fiewfrom flewfrom
from practically every window and the thescene thejcene thescene
scene < was a if picture of the wildest en enthusiasm euthuslasm enthusiasm ¬
thusiasm thusiasmThis thuslasmThl thusiasmThis
This Thl is Mr Tafts first visit to Pittsburg Pittsburg Pitts rUtsburg
burg either as a private citizen or as asPresident asPr asPresident
President Pr ldent The Th fact that as Secretary Secretaryef Seeretaret
ef War he signed snod the order leasing tile Uietenacre tiletenacre thetenacre
tenacre playground I ground to ih the city added addedto
to the enthusiasm of his s vclcome It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was a a greeting that came from al alclasses a a1classes l lclass88
classes the rich and the poor It was wasas wasas wasas
as grea great + in the crowded downtown dfc dfctriots dlStriots distriota
triots as It wa was in East Liberty and andEast antJEast andEast
East End ftli where the millionaires plll1lon fres move moveand moveant moveand
and ant have their being beingIn belntIn beingIn
In short the whole town took too a hell hotiday hO hOday helldap
day and gave Itself up to Taft and it itdid itdid itdid
did a good job of it itThis ItThis it itThis
This afternoon the President went to toSewlekley toSewicke toSewickley
Sewlekley Sewicke a suburb IJtburb after ter having been beenescorted beenescorted beenescorted
escorted to his special train by 17 an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army of Yale graduates He had lunch luncheon lunbeon luncheon
eon with Henry R Rea an old friend friendat
at Sewjckley and then went to the theCountry h hCountry 110 110Country
Country Club C1u > where he will witness a abaseball aooFeball abaFeball
baseball game between Yale men fromCleveland from fromQlovaland fromlovoland
Cleveland Ohio and this city He will willcome willqomQ willqomo
come back to town this thl afternoon In Intime Intime intime
time to get a short rest befrre going goingto goingt9 goingt4
to the banquet banquetA banquetAt banquetERMAN
At A C B BERMAN BUYS BUYSA
A BRICK BUILDING BUILDINGMary BUILDINGMary BUILDINGMary
Mary C Hanaber Disposes of ofThreeStory ofThreeStory ofThreeStory
ThreeStory Store in inGeorgetown i iGeorgetown inGeorgetown
Georgetown GeorgetownMary
Mary C Hanaber has sold to A C CBerman CBerman CBerman
Berman thethreestory t118 thr8story brick store and anddwelling anddwmng anddwe1lng
dwelling In Georgetown at the north northwest northwt northwest ¬
west wt > St corner of Twentyseventh and P Pstreets Pstreets Pstreets
streets for a price understood to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been 6000 The property fronts 137 feet feeton feeton feeton
on Twentyseventh street and 80 feet feeton feeton
on P street and contains two building buildingsites bun buLn buLnsites I J Jst
sites sitesGeorge st sitesGeorge tee teeGeorge
George G Stadtlcr has bought from fromEdgar fromEdgar fromEdgar
Edgar C BlacKburn U Ue < e twostory twostorydwelling twostorydwelJllg twostorydwelling
dwelling In Georgetown locat IQcaWt1 i at 1577 1577I 1mWIsconsin 1l71Wisconsin
I Wisconsin avenue for J50T3 J50T3Edward Oti 05Edward OtiEdward
Edward C Pulin Is preparing pr patng to com commence commence commence ¬
mence the theeroctlon erection of a row of houses housesat
at the southwest comer of Cambridge Cambridgeplace Cambridgep1ace Cambridgeplace
place and Thirtieth street The p mop moperty wp wperty p perty
erty fronts sixty feet on Thirtieth street streetand streetand streetand
and ninetyeight feet on Cambridge Cambridgeplace Cambridgeplacerhe Cambridgeplace
place placerhe The he houses will be bunt before beforefall beforefall beforefall
fall
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This House UouseReady Ready for You VouOpen Open Sunday and MondayPrice Monday MondayPrice londayPrice
Price 475QWant 4 Offer Offertrlst OfferNo
No 49 Chestnqt Chestn t street Talioma Park D C near eIMUC el jccars ca Has Hasall hasall
all modern Improv improvements JP6lJts NewlY painted Inside and out Near new newtr ew rns rnstrwt
tr trlst t school Large grounds Fruit and shade trees Ploture does < not notdo 1lQtdQ potd
do d house justice justiceIf jusU justiceIf e I IIi
If you want a Suburban Home see me before buying buy ug
My time and automobile at your service serviceI
I have a number of attractive attra Ive houses for sale see at Takaraa Taes Park andother and andother aP4other
other suburban Iuburb n sections Prices Pr Ices range from E3 3000 to 16061 10 Hoqs House e haveall have haveall biveall
all modern Qdern conveniences convlmle Cs largo grounds shade shadeDecided ahadeDecided shadeDecided
Decided Bargains in HighClass Detached SuburbanTomesLarge Suburban SuburbanHomes Sqburb n nUomes
TomesLarge Homes Large GroundsRESIDI1iNCE Grounds GroundsRESIDENCE GroundsREsmmNcE
RESIDENCE IN BROOKLAND D C Cl 10 W rooms and batH let Ifite IOQrl
160 11 l O feet tine share sh re fruit trees house cost 7100 to build Pries reduced reducedto
to 58700 1700 A decided bargain bargainPINE bargainlINE bargainIINE
PINE BRICK BRIC RESIDENCE a few squares north of Park Road 8 8rooms 8rOOILS 8rooms
rooms and bath lot 50xLV MXl > feet fruit and shade Price 7900 1 want offer offerHANDSOME orrerHNDSOME offerI
I HANDSOME NDSOME RESIDENCE REStD NCE AT TAJCQMA PARK a a1to about out tl 1 ACRE A ORE of ofgrounS 0 0grounti ofground
ground splendid sharte tees stable and garden Piee P ice SCOO wan want offer offerLOTS ottarLOTS offerAt
LOTS FOR SALE SALELOTS SALELOTSAt LOTS LOTSAt
At TAKOMA PARK PARKSOME PARKSOME PARKSOME
SOME BIG BARGAINS BARGAINSEASY BARGAINSEASY BARGAINSEASY
EASY TERMS IF DESIRED DESIRBDThe DESIRJIDThe DESIREDThe
The Jo58 Jo are re SO feet front by 140 to 200 00 feet deep Prices Pr tS raa ra raare a 8rfrorn from
400 to 1500 for a lot Jn best part art of Uie thepark theparkWORTH nark narkWORTH DftrkWORTH
WORTH INSPECTION INSPECTIONFor INSPECTIONFor INSPECTIONFor
For Sale Sa1eIn In Virginia VirginiaFor For Sale SaleHalf SaleHalf SaleHall
Half Acre Acre and Larger Tracts Tractson
on the Great Falls and Old Dominion Line The prices will surprjggjyou surprjggjyouHigh StPtJm rpr you youI31 3IouII1I1
High I31 h class c property Overlooking the city t Ity LOOAS LOOK AS MUCH 1sWO J3F1TOU J3F1TOUPLEASB SYOUPLEASlBUT OU OUPLEAS10BUT
PLEASB PLEASlBUT BUT SEE THIS PROPERTY BEFORE YOU BUY BUYFor BUYForRJats BUYFor
For ForRJats Pints and Full Fulllnfor01stlon Informatlonrsee InformatlonrseeH information see seeH seeH
H L THORNTON TAKOMA PARK AGENT AGENT60713th
60713th 607 13th Street N W WOffice WOffice WOffice
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