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.. . j . . I l THE WASHINGTON , TOTES, SATUEDAY, OCTOrEH 28, 1011. K l K 4V (V W it ' tv l tv tif to 41 to $ z to to to to to J" to to g 8 to to i to to to to to to i Jfi fPROGRESSING, SAYS ! FORMER SENATOR 3 Mr. Dick Declares Congress I men Are Showinc Interest ., - 0 in Campaign. $ 5 Former Senator Charles W. Dlclc. of Ohio, who la at the head of the movo Jpient to net more pav. and pension nd retirement legislation for the povernment clerks, said today tho piovement was mukln distinct prOR- bh ana mav mere were various evl- enccs or it. "One evidence Is seen in our msi. ondfnec." said 8pnntnr nioir ti. letters we are receiving from mem- "" wuiiKrcaj snow an awakened ntorest In this question. I believe ii a i Y i i wuic iu uuwm ao- i. i. D'D"-" at wio cumins: ses sion. g General Dick said the committee of one hundred would hold a meeting about the middle of November, at the Colorado JlulldlnR. At thai time tho personnel of the committee will be made public. ( Tho November meeting will be fo gcneral discussion and for consideration of hqw most effectively to brine tho matters In which the clerks are con cerned to tho attention of Conprnss. General Dick saltl a large number of arguments In behalf of tho clerks would bo submitted to the Civil Service Com mittees of Concrcss at the outset of the rttslon. Whether thero will bo hear ings before the committees will rest with the committees themselves. After Suffering Hunger Prodigal Son Returns Lorain Buck, seventeen years old, of H"3 South Carolina avenue southeast, who disappeared several days ago, and was located at Llncolnla, Va., a short distance beyond Falls Church, was brought home today by his father, Arthur P. Buck. , Suffering from exhaustion and hunger, having walked all the way and slept two night In the open, tho boy walkod Into a store at I.lncolnla conducted by a man named Richardson. Aftor hearing the boy's story, Richardson gave him something to eat and notified his parents. Young Buck said he had gone away because he was llred of school, and wanted to go to work. $i.S to Baltimore and Return, Saturdays and Sundays, via Pennsyl vania Railroad. Tickets good to return until Sunday night. AH regular trains except "Congressional Limited." Advt. i- ' ' Mann Canal Bill to Be Pushed1 in Congress The Manri Mil for th operation ot tho Puntma Canal and the government of the Cnnaj Zone will bo urged for pas sage in Congrets this session by the Ad ministration, It was learned today. This bill has ben found ratlsfactory to' the War Department, and, with the ap proval of these officials, the entire strength of the Administration will be exerted In 'favor of tho measure. Tho bill Mas particularly pleasing to tho War Department, because It provides fnr a orc-mnn government of the Zono and emphasizes the military aspect of the canal, , Representative Mann proposes thnt the President shall have full powr to nresrrlhe rntf4 fnr Ihn um '.f friit nanni t and to appoint one man to be In sole ennrge or tno operations or the canal and the government of th Zone. Prep aruttons rlreudy are bolng made to se cure support in Congress for the Mann measure. t.oo to Harpers Ferry, Charlestewn, Summit Point, Stephenson, and Win chester, and return, Sunday, Oct 29. Baltlmoro & Ohio. Special train leaves Union Station s:00 a. m. Advt., x.as Baltimore anc! return. Balti more and Ohio. Every Saturday and Sunday. All trains both way both days, except Royal Limited. The U. 8. A. AvUtion Field and fllghta are within full view of passing trains on this road. to g to to to to to to to to MIDDAUGH & SHANNON HAVE NEARLY COMPLETED AT "PARK VIEW (431-453 NEWTON PLACE N. W.) A ROW OF The Finest 6-Room Homes YOU EVER SAW The sample house is practically finished, far enough for you to get a good idea of its extreme desirability far enough for us to suggest that you inspect the homes NOW, one week before they are formally thrown open for public inspection. ft These Homes Are to Be Sold On Terms Less Than Rent (?C3 to ' to to to to m m to to The name of the builders (Middaugh & Shannon, Inc.,) constitutes your best a surance as to the character of the construction throughout these homes. MIDDAUGH & SHANNON, Inc., have built more expensive homes, but never have they offered the public a greater home value for so little money $4,500, on' easy terms. Look to the location of your home! Park View is the highest spot in thu city, in view of the Capitol and overlooking Washington's most beautiful pleasure park, the beautiful grounds of the Soldiers' Home, that stretch away into the distance farther than the eye can see. Right here is located just your kind of a home, and the his tory of all cities teach us that the greatest increases in realty values are always to be found adjoining the large parks. TO INSPECT Take Ninth Street cars to Park Road; walk one square east to Warder street and one square north to Newton street, or telephone Main 2-3-4-5, our selling agents, who will be pleased to put their automobile service at your command. SHANNON & LUCHS, S? 713 14th Street N. W. "LOOK FOR OUR GREEN AND WHITE SIGN" Massachusetts Avenue Heights "The Best Buy in Washington" Villa Sites with Century Old Trees in the Heart of Residential Washington Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc. General Sales Agent American Security & Trust Co. Amos H. Plumb, Trustees fc $ 8 m to m to to to to to to 8 to to m to to m to to to to to to to to to to to to m $ to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to ...jjyjl . Over One-half of These Homes 1 v Weather f 1 ' EVSvCrainrlML ttatltmnmmm if run w i. : i " . ' , ,Y -U, ': V ,1 One more week of good, clear weather will mean ALL SOLD. Then you will join tho many families that will eventually come into this neighborhood and pay an advanced price. You should act quickly because these homes represent virtually the last modern 6-room for sale in the 14th street section of Columbia Heights. Bear that in mind. And the 14th street section of Columbia Heights is the basis of value of this most desirable section of the city in which to live. '.vrlBB' kHR jfvi?i! ImSjI FrSSH T mm Vlcvr of Parlor Looking Into Ulnlmc Room, and Shovrlna; the ""' iwo naiiiTe uik 1111am Hetweta the Kooi t(wD View of Dlalac Itoom, HhorrlnK Three AVIndona, Electric Dome Fixture and Fireplace. The exteriors are of pressed brick (rem forced with steel practically indestructible) and imposing in ap pearance, situated as they are on high-terraced lawns, with broad cement walks, approached bv steps and spa cious individual Colonial porches, with railed balconies. Two-story back porches and good-size back yards. No other word so appropriately describes the in terior designing and finish as e-1-e-g-a-n-t. The finish is hardwood the double floors parquetry throughout. There are six spacious rooms and luxurious bath. A massive columned entryway between the reception hall and parlor adds to the beauty of both. Thd arrange ments for both light and ventilation are perfect. COME OUT TONIGHT OR NOT LATER THAN SUNDAY Sample Home Open Till 9 P. M. Every Day TO INSPECT Take any 14th street car going north. Get off at 14th and Perry streets (Perry street is only a few streets north of Park Road), and you are right at the homes only 15 minutes' ride from center of citv. Phone Main 2345 For Our Free Auto Service, and We Will Motor You Out. Makes You the Immediate Owner .. After that yxm need pay but $38 per month juBt like paying rent only this $38 per month payB directly on the home (including all interest). These monthly payments are no more if as much as such a home would rent for. And the entire purchase price is but $5,000. These Homes Are Equipped With Every Necessary Modern Convenience And Ready For Immediate Occupancy ; 'HvHISHSDiHHHHMMBG5SHHBBfiX8HMHHHHHIHHI BBBBBBBBBBBBBaHR'WnE IXbSbIbBBBBBbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVfT ..lWy5MM3g IMbbBBBBBBBBBM BBBBMiniiBOIr Wm u nil' iflffplM I View o( One of the Mpacloua, Well I.lKhted Uedrooma, Wltfc. GIhsh Door LcailliiR to Second Story of Hack Porch. Double Hardwood Parquetry Floora Throughout Houaa. SHANNON & LUCHS 713 14th St N. W. "LOOK FOR OUR GREEN AND WHITE SIGN ' H "'MBWgMWBPWWBlagMHaMMPl S0UTHERNBUILD1NG 15th and H You have admired the Exterior now call and Inspect the Interior. Each Office Is complete In every detail, roomy, light, e&nttary, per fectly ventilated. Nothlne to com pare with It in WASHINGTON FOUn LARGE ELBCTRIO ELE VATORS ALL-NIGHT ELEVATOIl SERVtCB EXCELLENT JANITOU SEIIVICE More to Offer Than Any Other UulldlnK of Ita Kind Rent moderate. Limited amount of desk apace. Up to and including- Oct 14, building will be open nights for Inspection until 9 o'clock WM. FRANK THYSON, Manager' Rooaa 217. Southern Building. POCKET BOOK DIRECTORY CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF Washington's Most Popular Apartments Address THE OWASCO 11 R Street N. K. No.ofRoom? Rent Agent Description 6 roomi and bath. 135.00 Pr month. BENEDICK 1KOS fitr Street RAMONA T 4th St. N. E. THE WINDSOR 1428 T St. N. W. THE DRESDEN Conn, and Kalorama Ave. 2 room and bath. t and J roomi 125 to H. unfur. ; 130 tg !. tur. IS-.'.60. 121.00. unJ J3i.B0 month i to I room and tiled bath. I room. 1 bathi. 4 room and 1 bath. George Truesdell. 1(27 Lincoln ave. N. E. North Cll. Manager on premUea, Main 4UQ. Wlllett & nelneckt, 1S09 ,1 at. Mam 4KS. 123.50 to 110.00. $175 to M0 ti r lFQrTV Qee. Henderaon, lilt F it. N. W. Telephone Main uoj. Itrge aunny rooms with aouth- ern expoaure. In At condi tion. Fins large cloaeU, elec tric UghU and Janitor aer- vlce. Bachelor apartment only. Tiled bathi, Indhldual fbow era; all night elevator and telephone aervlca; meal served to rouma; iwlm. pool. Hardwood tloore. hardweed trim; large atoreroome; all ear. llnea; walking dlatanoe of Capitol. Ubrary, Union Station and Govt Pte. Office. Moderni fireproof building; electrlo elevator wltli all night aervlce. Few" atene frvm Jttb atreet car. PET OUR RENT LIST. Swartzelt. nheem & Menaer Co., 717 tb et. N W New. hlgh-claaa, tlreproef; Ituitlon pnexcellei. Fine lo cation. otrlooklng Hock Creek valley Take Connect , tent cara marked Mt. Ilet I to 4' ' i iLSJ m J K .