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House Republicans and
, Democrats Line Up at
L 4 o'Clock Today.
Lackawanna Ordered to Re
duce Charges for Haul
ing Coal.
Congressional obesity clothed In base
(ball togs will attempt agility, other than
I the political sort, when the Marine
,Band plays "Everybody's Doln' It Now"
at American League Peck this after
noon, where the game between the
Democrats and Republicans o f the
House of Representatives Is to be
staged. The opposing political parties
of the House will fight to a finish, the
(Proceeds going to the benefit of the
I Playgrounds and the Boy Scouts of the
Though many persons prominent In
'the diplomatic ami official life of the
clly will ho prosont when Speaker
Champ Clark throws out tho ball, and
Walter Johnson, the Nationals' star
Itwlrlor, calls the frame, the nffalr !s
by no ni"flns of a "society" cnllher.
The game will be called by "UmpV
Johnson nt 1 o'clock. Speaker Clerk re
leasing the gavel to the Climbers
iwlrler to wield ovor the Congressmen
for the rest of tho afternoon.
The Democratic battery, consisting of
Congressmen Webb of North Carolina
and Rouse of Kentucky, has plenty of
( speed. For the Republicans Congress
men Miller and Anderson of Minnesota
will do the pitching and catching, re
spectively. The line-up of the teams Is as follows:
Republican team Anderson, catcher;
Miller, pitcher: Hartman. first base:
Kendall, second base; Porter, third
'fcase; Farr, shortstop; Reyburn, left
field; White, center field; Lafferty, right
'field; Sloan, substitute.
Democratic team Rouse, catcher;
Webb, pitcher; Rauch, first base: Kin
kald. second base; Harrison, third base;
Scully, shortstop; McDermott, left field;
(Edwards, center field: Carter, right
1 field; Davis and Page, substitutes.
Coincident with tho decision of tha
HcuS'i Judiciary Commltieo to present
Impeachment charges against Jtidgo
ttorert AiehbaM, bf the Commerce
"oiirt. the Interstate Commeicc Com
mission Inndc.l lown a decision yes
terdav In n raso Indirectly connected
with th chargort made .itralnot Judga
The commission ordsred the Dela
wate, Tjickawunna, and Western to
reduce 11m anthracite rates from Taylor,
li., to tide water. The complainant
was the Marlon coal Company, of
which W. r. Uoland, who brought the
first chnrjjey ngalntit Jtidgo Archbald,
Is piesldent.
In the Aivhbald lnvectlgatlon Roland
made charges tint tho Lackawanna
flas dlsorlmlnntlni: against hU com
pany. The reduction ordew-d by tho
company Is about 20 per cent.
The report of the committee will bo
pieoenU'd fiom tin floor of the iVmifi
us a mutter of the highest nrlvllugc.
If the report wcro maita tfforo July
1 It would contnivcns the gentlemen's
agreement th.t ontv lnnocuojs business
Mioulrt bo tranfauted curing the con
vention season and would, furthermore,
If madii ns an oidlnary cominltteo re
port, result In ettlnu the mutter on
the cal'indar wlu'ie progress of the
trial would be obntrm'tod for me time.
The trial of Jtidgo Archbald, If the
House accepts thtt cumr.uttcc report,
will be before tho Senate. Tho Houis
will be- rprei"iited bfy counsel ap
pointed from Its membership, and Judxo
Atchbald will also bo permitted coun
sel. Thr anntn h 1 1 1 1 Ima tifnro It ft mat
ter lntncltiK" over from tho last Im
peachment casi befuio It. Judge
Swnyne, who died after blng acqult-
Xil on auempia impoucnim-ni. uim
with practlcallv no estate. John M.
Thurston and other attorneys filed n
clnlm for $10,Oi-5 with tlm Senate, as
cttlng that they received nolhlnc for
their services In defending Judgo
Swayno. The claim Is still on file
Tho Archhald uso will b speedllv
dltposed of ho far .is the Houss Is
Kincerned. The Senate may proceed at
11k pleasure with the trial The atti
tude of a majority of tho Eenate IS
against the Commerce Court and
ng.ilnst the continuance In offle.i of
the ludges assigned to that court. Thld
attitude mav be i osponslble fer speedy
fiction by tho Scnato In the Impeach
ment case.
Casino at Chesapeake Beach.
Sea food or chicken dinner, 60c Cui
sine and service par oxcollcnce. New
management. Advt.
Attraction? Many
At Colonial Beach
84U water bathing, fishing, dancing,
and other resort amusements are in full
awing at Colonial Beach, Va., whore
many heat-oppressed Washington folk
tako rofugo for a week end,
Tho steamer Bt. Johns leaves tho Sev
enth strcot dock this afternoon nt 2:S0
o'clock for tlio Virginia resort, and
again tomorrow morning nt 0 o'clock.
Tho St. Johns leaves Washington every
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
day, and Friday morning at 0 o'clork
for Colonial Beach, and every Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Tho regular
summer schedulo of the St. Johns opens
Miss Garibaldi to
Deliver Address Here
Mls ttalln Garibaldi, granddaughter
of General Garibaldi, tho great Italian
Liberator, will deliver an address at
the iletiopolltan M. E. Church tomor
tow morning.
Miss Gnilbaldl came to thla country
ti n delegate from Rome to tho recent
general conference of tho Methodist
Episcopal Church at Minneapolis. This
Is her first visit to the United States,
and she will ho In Washington several
days "seeing tho sights."
(1.35 To Baltimore and Return Satur
days and Sundays via Pennsylvania
Railroad. Tickets good to return until
a. m. Monday. Alt regular trains except
the "Congressional Limited." Advt
Accept Invitations
To Go to Europe
Dr. C. J Owcnh, managing director of
the Southern Commercial Congress, has
rocelved a number of acceptances of
membership on the commission which
will go abroad next May to ttudv Eu
ropean s.VHtijms of agricultural finance.
Among them are those of James A.
Pearson, of Albany, N. Y.; J. K. Cald
well, of Laketleld, Minn.; T. Harvey
Ferris, of Utlca, N. Y.. and William B.
)latth, of Ypslluantl, Mich.
81,35 Baltimore and Return. Baltimore
& Ohio, every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 a. m. train
Monday. All trains both ways, includ
ing the Royal Limited. Advt.
Former Senator
Lane's Birthday
The first United States Senator from
Kansas, James Henrv Lane, was born
ninety-eight years ago today. He v,ai
a native of Indiana, but emigrated to
I Kansas at an early age, and saw some
bloody warfre between the slavery and
anti-slavery parties. At first his atti
tude In this lntra-State conflict was un
decided. He was a member of the two
I rival Constitutional conventions that
met at Leavenworth and Topeka. He
cast In his Jot with the Free State paity
after dua consideration, and In 1856 was
elected United States Senator, but was
debarred from his seat.
He was the chief commander of tho
Free State forces In tho border war,
and was tried for high treason, and also
for murder, by tho pro-slavery govern
ment, but was acquitted. He became
United States Senator In 1S61. but failed
In health and committed suicide while
temporarily Insane in 1S66.
' 4
Mrs. Lockwood Wants
Woman as President
The proposed that a woman be made
President of the nation has been ad
vanced by Mra. Belva Lockwood, cf
this city, before the American's Wom
an Republic, of which she Is attorney
general. In University City, near St.
Louis, Mo.
Mi 8. Lockwood some years ago ran
for the Presidency on a suffrage ticket.
Visit the Convention City.
Baltimore Is beautifully decorated,
and the Democratic hosts are arriving.
Quick, hourly service via Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad J1.25 round trip today
and tomorrow. Advt.
Corner 10th and D Sts. N.E.
$300 Cash
Balance Monthly
Only $4,500
Hot-water Heat,
Hardwood Finish,
Electric Lights.
Parquetry Flooring.
Three styles to choose
Open and lighted un
til 9 o'clock tonight.
&ymhzi .r-i S
1314 F Street Northwest
Youngsters Enjoy
Trip Down River
An excursion was given' to i River
View yeatorday for moro than 400
youngsters on tho steamer St. John.
Thev were tho guests of tho officials
of tho local branch of tho Boy Scouts,
and tho outing was held Cor the pnr-
Boso of Interesting the boys In the Tag
lay campaign next Tuesday,
The boys wero headed bv Scout Com
missioner Martin, John Embry, assis
tant Scout master, and Mr. Judkln.
Hr"-. Murray and Lucas, of tho local
Health Department, accompanied tho
boys on tho trip.
$t.oo to Frederick and Hagerstown
and return. Baltimore & Ohio, from
Union 8tatlon at 8:00 a. m., Sunday,
June 23d. Returning same day. Advt
post orrjefc' Mohumeht
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Every Foot of Elevation
Means Just That Hany More Dollars
Increase in Valuation of
Summer Tours via Baltimore & Ohio
R, R. Dally to Jersey Seashore, Adiron
dack Mountains, and all New York,
New England, and Canadian Provinces.
Nova Scotia and Quebec, and Allegheny
Mountain Resorts: also to Western
points If contemplating a rail or water
trip for pleasure or on business, consult
agents at 15th St. & N. Y. Ave., or 611
Pennsylvania Ave. They will help you.
Compare with "houses selling at $7,000. You will be convinced.
22 Feet Front, dC 7&
9 Rooms, 2 Baths . 4Oj I OU
22 Feet Front, tfj A 7 Cft
6 Rooms, 1 Bath . . ? OU
763 Quebec Street N.W.
Exclusive Agent,
' 719-21 13th St. N.W.
niGt-t vifcw norm;)
Avenue Heights
"The Best Buy in Washington"
' Ii
r 16 1 1
& More than three miles
of sidewalk have been '
Itid and work is con- M
tinuing daily. Jy
General Sales Agent
American Security and Trust Co.,
Amos H. Plumb, Trustees
LOOK toward the center of the city from any section of "High View" and the entire center of
the city lays before your eyes far below you 171 feet below you. The Capitol dome
. on one end and the Washington Monument at the other, stand like sentinels. But the view
here is so superb that it takes you far beyond these two land marks in both directions in fact, you
can see all the way over into Virginia.
From this elevation you can very readily realize how convenient "High View" is to the
city's business center. Why, it is not as far as fashionable Dupont Circle, and you know the valu
ation of a home depends to a great extent on the location. It is for this reason that we would
emphasize the location of the "High View" homes.
The builders have erected great home values on this elevation, properly named "High View."
The public realizes this fact for they have continued to buy these homes since they were first an
nounced for sale, nearly a year ago, faster than the builders can construct them, maintaining the
same high standard of excellence that is required by SHANNON & LUCHS of all homes they
Price, $3,300
Cash: $200
Monthly: $26.92
(Including all interest)
Some idea of the kind of home you can secure here at "High View" can be obtained by the
above picture, but a picture cannot bring out its true beauty cannot disclose the beautiful qual
ity of the brickwork, the artistic lines of the ornamental cornice, nor the uniqueness of the dormer
windows that project from the French roof, giving a three-story effect to the home, and it but
faintly portrays the hospitable effect the individual Colonial porches give to each home. Suffice to
say that in point of value, these homes are in the five thousand dollar class. This fact is emphasized
when you step inside, for the interior arrangement, equipment, etc., is all that could be desired
in a home of much higher price.
There are two or three more of these homes about completed. They had better be seen at
once if you would move into a "High View" home the moment you decide to buy lone.
TO INSPECT Take any G street car marked "Brookland" or "North Capitol and W streets," get off at Rhode Island
avenue and walk one square east.
The owners have under course or construction more of these homes. It
Tlll be several months before they arn completed.
If you haven't the necessary $209 first payment to put Into one of tho
homes now ready for Immediate occupancy, you can have us reserve one of
the next lot for you by arranging to make us small monthly payments. In
this way, by the time the homea are ready for occupancy, you will have
saved enough to make the first payment. After that all you need pay Is
I2C.92 per month, which applies directly on the home, Including alt Interest.
SFmnnnn Sk I nrfm 7!3 !4th Street N.W.
mCmM.MJM.M. K. lUWil "Look For Our Green and White Sign,"

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