THE SUN. BALTIMORE, THURSDAY MORNING, 1IARCH 8, 1906, IN SUBURBS AND COUNTY Hoads Engineer Advises Commission Not To Aocept Road. IIISS CROWTHER WEDS MR. BABB I'roHlle Over Stream On St. Mary's Oriihnn Aij-lnm Property no-land l'nrk llmitlrnli' Grievance. Hoads Engineer Shirley reported to the Highways CommiHslon. In reference to the overhead crossing ori the Northern Central railway at .Teasups, near Ir. Whltrldge's, that the fills to the approaches were not wide enough and the road not macadamized properly. He recommended the commission not to accept the work in its present condition and not to accept the road or allow It to bo opened until put In condition satisfactory to the Roads Engineer. In reference to the request for a franchise for a single track electric railway on the Frankllntown road, Windsor mill road and Franklin turnpike, Uoads Engineer Shirley reported that the road was only U7 feet wide at points, Including gutters, and the railroad would only leave from 16 to 18 feet of driveway. On the Windsor Mill road and Franklin pike, he reports, the old horse-car-line right of way could be used without Interfering with the present driveway. The matter was taken under consideration by the commissioners. nahb Crowther. The marriage of Mlss Mury Grace Crowther, daughter of Mr. John Crowther, president of Towson National Bank, to Mr. Cyrus Catrs l?abb, a civil engineer In the United States Survey, took place at 6.30 o'clock last evening at Greystone, the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Daniel II. Martin, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church. lSelalr, and brother-in-law of the bride, performed the ceremouy, which was witnessed by the reUtlvts and a few friends. Misses Helen Crowfher, Anna Crowther, Elizabeth Crowther ami Mary Ptizer, all nieces of the bride; Miss Marie I.osley, of llnltlmore, cousin of the bride, and Miss Frances French, of .Kochester, N. Y., were bridesmaids and wore white parts muslin, with pink girdles, and carried ropes of green smllax. Miss Margaret Louise Crowther, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and was dressed In white batiste, trimmed with lnce, and carried a shower bouquet of pink swectpeas. Mr. Charles D. Davis, of Washington, was best man. The bride wore a suit of white lace, embroidered with pearls, over chiffon and silk, and carried ft shower bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley. She was given away by her father. Miss Anna F. Pashlell, of Washington, played the wedding marches. A reception from 7 to 10 o'clock was held. The decorations were palms, rosea and tulips, and drapery, with Southern tsinllax. Mr. and Mrs. Bubb left for a trip North and West. She wore a gray traveling gown and velvet hat. They will reside in Mon tana. Many handsome presents were re ceived. Marriage License Issaed. Licenses were Issued at Towson yester day for the marriage of the following couples : 1'niLLirs Keyser. Claybourne rhllllps, 28 years old, of 1831 West North avenue, and Miss Emma Grace Oriole Keyser, 24, of 1202 Highland avenue. The prospect lve groom got the license. Maktix IJkawneb. John C. Martin, 21 years old, of 420 Gough street. High- lnndtown, and Miss Sarah L. Brawner, is) years old, of 014 Elliott street. Ap plicant, the groom. Highways Commission Saea. The Highways Commission of Baltimore county, by Its attorney. Mr. Osborne I Yellott, Tins filed a bill In equity against St. Mary's Female Orphan Asylum for an affirmative order of court requiring the asylum officials to remove all obstructions from the stream of water which runs through Its property along the south side of Cold Spring Lane, and to open and clean out the ditch so as to allow the spring and surface water to flow In Its natural course. The bill states that the asylum corpora tion has erected a large barricade of earth. logs, timber, stones and rubbish In the bed of the stream flowing through Its property, causing the water to flow over and across Cold Spring Lane, rendering the lane unsafe and unfit for travel. The bill also states that the commission has been threatened with numerous suits for dam ages. Hetter Fire Protection Asked. A committee from llolaml Park, composed of Messrs. John R. Carey, L. B. Beeder, William Bolglano and Benjamin Z. Stanton, was before the County Commissioners yesterday and requested the board to furnish the residents of Roland Park and vicinity wltb better facilities for fight ing fires. They said the hose which they now have Is almost useless and that 1,000 to 1,5-X) feet of new hose, another horse and three more men are needed. It was stated that In case of a lire two of the horses were required to liaul the double truck, leaving one horse standing idle, and that then the horses had to be brought back for the en gine. What is most needed, It was said. Is an experienced engineer to manage the en gine at a fire. The Commissioners promised to give the matter their consideration. Fnneral Of 3Ir. Annie C. Scally. The funeral of Mrs. Annie C. Scally, "wife of Mr. Patrick Scally, of Cockeysvllle, who died Sunday afternoon, took place yes terday morning. Requiem high mass was celebrated in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Texas, by the rector. Rev. Richard C. Campbell, assisted by Rev. William Toolen, of St. Plus Church, and Rev. Andrew C. En- gelhardt, of St. Peter's Church, Baltimore. Rev. William Toolen preached the sermon. The choir consisted of Miss Cecelia Doyle (organist). Misses Annie D. Mc-Nlcholas, Annie Connor, Margaret C. Kel- ley, Maggie T. Kelley, Elizabeth Doyle, Mrs. William T. Flavin and Mr. Andrew A. Zabel. Mr. William F. tjulnn, of St. Martin's Church, Baltimore, sang. The pall bearers were Messrs. John Moore, Frank Caslln, James Shea, Thomas O'llara, Frank Truelove, Martin Hyland. Burial was In the church cemetery. Mif, William C. Brooks was funeral director. Mn, Mary 10. Smith Dnried. The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Smith, wife of Mr. Nathaniel Smith, of rhllopolis, who died Monday morning of pneumonia, took place Tuesday night at the home. Rev. Richard G. Koontz, Junior pastor of Hereford Methodist Episcopal Circuit, conducted the services. Miss Mrjorie Brooks led the singing. Yesterday morning the body was conveyed to Seltzland. Services were conducted In FIzzel's Lutheran Church. Burial was in the cemetery of the church. The pallbearers were Messrs. Carroll II, Gor-euch, Harry A. Matthews, .frank I. Wheeler, Morris Price and Shadrach G. Sparks. W. C. Brooks waa undertaker. Death Of Jacob Selclel. Mr. Jacob Seldel died Tuesday at his home, near Towson, He was a native of Germany and was 70 years old. A widow, Mrs. Mary Seldel, and four children survive. The children are Mrs. Jacob Saylor, Mrs. John Collins and Mr. John Seldel, of Baltimore, and Mr. Jacob Seldel, Jr., of Towson. Mr. Pennington' Home Ilnrned. The large residence on the farm of Mr. Frank Tennlngtou, of Madonna, and occupied by hl.s eon. Mr. John Pennington, was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning. The fire was discovered by Mr. Pennington about 7 o'clock, and the flames had made such headway that It was impossible to check them. ' Nearly all the contents were saved. There was no Insurance on the bulldingi which was valued at yi.fi op. In Catonwvllle Churches. A service known as the "quiet hour" was held last evening at 8 o'clock in Salem Lutheran Church, Catonsville, Rev. M. L. Enders, pastor. The "Passion of Christ" was studied and Lenten hymns were sung. An address was given yesterday afternoon In St. Timothy's I'rotestant Episcopal Church, Catonsville, Rev. Percy F. Hall, rector, on."Studles In the Phllipplans." The addresses will be continued every Wednesday afternoon during Lent. At Urn Cleric Not To Inane License. Mr. W. , 1. Cole, Clerk of the Circuit Court, received a letter yesterday from Mrs. Rena Miller, 2014 Hampden avenue, asking that no marriage license be granted to Samuel C. Allen, of Forest HIU, Harford county, before November 17, as he Is a minor until that date. Ilclalr Itoal Association Meets. The Belalr Road Permanent Protective and Improvement Association met last night at the Alert House. It appointed a committee to go before the Baltimore County School Bourd to advocate an addition to fh CarcUavUl gcfcoolh.ouse, Jt also ap pointed a committee to arrange for a public meeting to discuss the water-loan question. Snrprlse Party For Mr. Sine. A surprise party was given In honor of Mr. Joshua Sipes at bis home, on the Liberty road, Tuesday evening. Music was furnished by Messrs. Lorenzo Kirk and Bud Krelder. Refreshments were served. Among those present were : Mr. and Mts. Harry Dettmer, Georgn Loos, Jr. George Wagner. Misses lerl Loos, Ada Kirk, Iit-lia Snyder, Juniata. Manger, Baltimore; Katie Snyderi Messrs. Ionard Pett-msr, Frederick Dettmer, Thomas Manger, Philip Kreider, Herbert Kirk, Roes Kirk, Baltimore; Lorenzo Kirk, Irvln Reiblich, Frank Kirk, Henry Reiblich, William Meyers. Sparrows Point And Vicinity. Mr. E. G. Relst, paymaster of the Maryland Steel Company, had as his guest yesterday Mr. W. D. Keeny, of Manheim, Pa. Mr. A. S. Cook, Superintendent of Public Schools of Baltimore County, visited the Point yesterday. Mr. Stedman Bent, of Philadelphia, was a visitor at the. Point yesterday. Mr. J. J. House, of New York city, was a visitor at the Folnt yesterday and went through the works of the steel company. Leaves All To Ills Widow. The will of William II. Gordon, which was admitted to probate by the Orphans' Court of Baltimore County yesterday, gives all of his property to his widow, Sarah E. Gordon, and names her as sole executrix. without bond. Snnday-School Incorporated. The board of trustees of Timonium Union Sunday-school in Baltimore County and the State of Maryland has been incorporated by Rev. Don W. Gosnell. Walter Welsbrod, William M. Ilelllg. William II. Fidler and William II. Relslnger. Extending? Telephone Lines. The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company Is extending Its lines In the neigh borhood of Lauraville, Hamilton, Parkvllle, Carney, Gardenvllle, Raspeburg and Fuller- ton. It will establish an exchange In the community. Ladles Alii Society Meets. The Ladles' Aid Society of Gatch Meth odlst Episcopal Church, Belalr road, met at the home of Mrs. Edward S. Guerth, Southern avenue, Gardenvllle, on Tuesday night. Alert Firemen Entertain Comrades. The Alert Volunteer Fire Company en tertalned the Lauraville Volunteer Fire Company at the Alert Engine House last night. Movlnir Pietnres At Parkvllle. St. John's Lutheran Church of Parkvllle gave an exhibition of moving pictures last night. . SUBURBAN PERSONALS If ems Of Interest Abont Connty Folic And Their Friends. Mrs. William McKelvy, who spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John O McKelvy, of Cockeysvllle, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lilly Parker, 836 West Bal timore street, Baltimore. Miss Nellie Andrews, of North Baltimore, Is spending several days with her grand mother, Mrs. Mary nuke, of Cockeysvllle. Miss Mollle Bosley, of Cockeysvllle, has returned home after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Nellie Thompson, of New York. Mr. Abraham Graham, of Bull Run, Pa., Is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. II. N. Gren lnger at their home. In Woodlawn. Miss Ola Tucker, of Harrlsburg, W. Va., who has been the guest of Mrs. Charles Reynard, 1013 Canton street, has returned to her home. Miss Mary Ross, of Baltimore, Is visiting Mrs. John Kelley, of Glyndon. Mrs. William Pouder, who has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Sampson, in Cumber land, for about two weeks, has returned home. Mrs. Meltnda Cassel, of Philadelphia, is visiting her son, Mr. E. D. Cassel, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dunphy, of Towson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt and daugh ter Nola, of AVashlngton, have returned home after a pleasant visit of several days to Mr. Howard Michael and family, 523 Oxford avenue. Mr. Henry Zlnkhan, Sr., is critically 111 at his home, Hiawatha, Jacksonville, suffer lng with an attack of neuralgia and apo plexy. He 1? attended by Dr. Payne, of Sunnybrook. COURT PROCEEDINGS Criminal Court Judge Harlan. Embezzlement Winfield S. Hemsley, adored, 60 Say in tul. Lnreony Joseph Mitchell, colored, one year in Jail; Richard Jackson, six months in jail; Frank Simian, colored, 60 da,y in Jau; Grace xoung, colored, paroled for one year; Charles White, colored, not, guilty. Receiving Stolen Goods Isaiah Lampson, Jr., colored, not tniiltv. Selling Liquor to Minor James L. Healy; jury disagreed and discharged. I disorderly House Setenos Nemf okos, fined $10 and costa. Assault Richard Jentry. fined 10 cents. Burglary Joseph Holland, colored, two years in penitentiary. Assignment for Today Criminal operation, Annie tehlman; larceny, Edwin ana F lorence Casper (nine cases); carnal knowledge, James E. Cunan: assault to mumer, cntiord coivin, colored; assault. Cm- ford Col rin, colored, John Walter Smith, colored; soiling liquor on Sunday, Mary Adevaia, Antone iimiFUiny Dastaray, rrarut ty. wuson; disorderly iiuiiw mm gaixxuiiug, xewia v. x tin, Superior Court Judge Phelps. Samuel F. Primrose vs. Barreda Turner and United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company; before reported; not coucmaea. Assignment for Today Pending case only. City Court Judge Wright. E'bwbeth Koors vs. Mayor, and City Council for personal in Juries ; passed for settlement. Morris Ropers, Susan Freoland and Hattle Mos- se.y vs. United Railways and Uect.no Comnanr (three cases) for personal injuries; passed for settle ment. Assignment for Today Nos, 210, 244, 215, 246 247. 248 and 218. Part 2 Judge Sharp. Abraham Halper vs. Nathan A. Levy ; verdict for plaintiff for $90. Robert Klnnier vs. Edward J. and Mary A. Carroll (two cases) ; jury out. Assignment for Today Noa. 163, 182, 189, 204, 216, 229, 'lAt and 257, jury appeals. Part 3 Judge Dobler. Edward B. Bruce Company vs. Martin Gillet & Co. ; bef ore reported ; not. concluded. Assignment for Today Pending case and Nos. 2 and 3. Court of Common Fi.En--Judge Dobler. Court not in session, as Judge Dobler is sitting in Part 3 of the City Court. Circuit Court Judge Stockbrldge. Minnick vs. Minnick; referred to an examiner. Asalimment for Today Geonze Washington Build. ing Association vs. Gilmor. Circuit Court No. 2Judge Wicfces. Court not in session. No assignment for today. Orphans' Court Judges Block, Oaither and Dunn. Letters of Administration Granted Fstt cJ TnVir, Gith, to Annie D. Gith lata.), bond 3,0u0 ; of John B. Hummer, to William H. Bayless and Frank M. vnuner, or, iu.o.n.q.t.a.;, Dond o,ow; or Ambrose M. Irving, to Elizabeth P. Irving, bond $1,700; of Dr. Edwin Geer, to Mary M. Goer, bond $1,500: of James Kelly, to Charles M. Kelly, bond $6,000; of Fredoricka Dost, to Louis H. Dost and August IT Dost, bond $3,600. Guardian Appointed Louisa Fisher, for Lawrence Fishi'r et al., bond $300. Inventories Filed Estates of Mary L. Allen, $1,435: Katharine Haasz. $641; Fredericka Dost, $1,800. List of Debts Filed EstAtA nf RnVrt a t.,.i. $2,0d0. ' Administration Aooonnte Passed Estates of Mar- garet Jones, $12,664; Harriet Patten, $111; Robert Hammond, $677; Mary A. Randolph, $4,300; George Pint, $1,022; Harry G. Townsend, $210. Guardian Accounts Passed Estates of Louis Bie- mill, r $3,083; Charles T. Biemillerf $3,088; Ralph Van Bibber et al. . $9,560. Sales Ratined-Estates of Henrietta Frank, $3,000: Henry Wentze, $610. ' vuu ned Mra. Chnstiann S. Mackenzie. Circuit Court for Baltimore Countt. J udge Duncan, j r.,,, Towson, M&, March 7. Oldanbenr & Keller ts. Willinm n TV..,,. fendanfs appeal from Justice Pfeffer; judgment below for plaintiffs for $62; settled. Daniel Hoinberg. vs. Josiah Smith, colored, defendant s appeal from Justice Herman; judgment below for plaintiff for $20: settled. John C. Louis vs. Frank H. Wharrv. defendant's appenl from Justice McFee; judgment below for pluintiff for $60; reversed. Milton iC. Paine vs. Frank T.enf rWnnrlnnt'a n. peal from Justice Orrick; judgment below for property replevmed and 1 cent damages and costs; appeal dismissed. Charles A. Heath vs. Anna Bella Slicer, de fendsnt's appeal from Justice Coghlan; judgment below for plaintiff for $34.85; verdict for plaintiff for $15. Thomas Carney vs. John M. Christopher, plaintiff's appeal from Justice Walter; judgment below for defendant for costs; dismissed. Joseph Ivlawaus vs. Thomas McGninne de fendant's appeal from Justice Emich; judgment below for plaintiff for $98: verdict for nlnintiff fnr $100. Richard A. Banning vs. A. Shellman Warner, defendant's appeal from Justice Neuniayer; judgment below for plaintiff for $2.90; reversed. J. F. Dukehart vs. M. J. Reilly, defendant's appeal from Justice Pfeffer: judgment below for plaintiff for $34.08; reversed. John F. Deboy vs. Mike Sopinoski and Eva Sopinoski, defendants' appeal from Justice Pfeffer; judgment below for plaintiff for $65; affirmed. Court op Appeals of Mabylaxd, January term. , , Annapolis, Md., March 7. os. 48 and 49, Gerting and Gerting vs. Wells wero further argued and concluded by Stevenson A. Williams for the appellee and John Prentiss Foe for the appellants. The Court of Appeals today finished the hearing of arguments in all the cases on the docket of the January term and adjourned to meet on March 27 to prepare and Ula opinion & (he case not yet de-cw4 - J HEW LIGHT ST. LOT SOLD Mr. Vincenti Gets Property Corner Of Pratt Street. BOUGHT AS AN INVESTMENT Mount St. Agnes' College "Gym" Is Nearly Completed Development Of Orchards. The purchase of a piece of property, fronting 22 feet on Light street and running 00 feet along Calhoun alley, by Mr, Charles Vincenti, who is connected with Trlaca's restaurant, 314 Light street, marks the beginning of the sale of lots that will be the west side of the new Light street, The lot takes In all of Calhoun alley and touches the properties now occupied by the firm8 of S. Mlccicho &; Co., Andrews & Carter, J. C. Armlger & Bros., Berry & Mills, Merchants Lunch Room and George Godfrey, who occupy the present building at the southwest corner of Pratt and Light streets ; New York and Baltimore Transportation Line, 202 and 204 Light street ; Lewis Baer, 200 Light street, and G. W Graham, 208 Light street. The lot purchased will be the southwest corner of Pratt and new light streets, and It will have a frontage of 90 feet on Light street. The purchase of the property assures the widening of Light street to 120 feet, as announced long ago, and Mr. In- centi said yesterday that the Burnt Dis trlct Commission encouraged him to buy the lot, telling him that the street will be widened. The present occupants of the buildings along Light street have been no tilled that the street Is to have a uniform wlurh from Baltimore street to Lee street. The property is a part of the Mason estate, and the deal was consummated through Mr. James D. Mason, who was represented. It is said, by Messrsr Pierre C, Dugan & Nephew. The consideration Is withheld, but it Is inderstood that the lot brought a high price. Mr. Vincenti, when seen about the purchase, said he bought It as an investment.- He said that he will erect a structure on the site, but could not say definitely for what the building would be used. He said, further, that he had been negotiating for a piece of property in the rear of his present restaurant 314 Light street-rwhlch would front 72 feet along the new Light street and extend west 300 feet, having the same frontage on Charles street. If he cannot close the deal, Mr, Vincenti intimated, he would establish a restaurant at his new corner. The purchase of the lot will, no doubt, create a surprise among the occupants of the pres ent houses on Light street from Pratt to Lee streets. ' Home Real Estate Co. Gets Lot The Home Real Estate Company has purchased from the Safe Deposit and Trust Company, trustee, the lot at the southwest corner of Baltimore street and Centre Mar ket Space. The site fronts 80 feet on Bal tlmore street and Is 60 feet deep. It is said that a big building will be erected. The gale was of a ground rent of $2,000, but as the holder of the leasehold interest has not paid the rent for some time past the sale practically amounts to a f ee-simpie purchase. The consideration was $31,000. Builder N. C. Showacre was awarded the contract to erect 75 dwellings some two stories and the rest three stories on a part of the Kennedy estate In North Bal tlmore. Sixty-nine of the dwellings will be built on both sides of Kennedy avenue, running north from Twentieth street. , The others will be built on the west side of Cromwell street. The lots are about 15 feet by 90 feet, and the dwellings will be of modern style. They will have porch fronts, with iron-spotted bricks as the ex terior. The Kennedy estate embraced sev eral acres, nearly all of which, has-been Improved with two-story and three-story dwellings. The contract for the erection of a three story warehouse for the Fleischman Manu facturing Company at 643 lJuren street nas been awarded to E. D. Springer. The structure will be of brick and will be 38 feet 3 Inches by 24 feet. It Is to cost $8,000. The designs were made by Architect J. E. Laferty. A three-story store and office building is to be erected at 317 North Charles street for Mr. E. A. Lycett, the contract being awarded to Edward Brady & Son. The structure Is to be artistically decorated in the Interior portion of the store and its ex terior is to have neat trimmings. It will be 23 feet 2 inches by 99 f?et 7 inches and is to cost $18,000. The plans were drawn by Architects Baldwin & Pennington. Morrow Bros, will erect a five-story ad dltlon to the building at 216 and 218 West Saratoga street. The Improvements will be 16 feet by 30 feet and are to cost $2,500. Alterations are to be made to the warehouse at 13 East Lombard street owned by Mr. Frank Russo. The floors will be lowered and other Improvements are to be made. Mr. Jacob Peters has been awarded the contract. The show windows of the Louvre Glove Company, 7 West Lexington street, are to be altered and repaired. The work will be done by Morrow Bros. Mr. T. Milton Jones applied for a permit to erect SI two-story dwellings, eight on Clement street between Covington and Jackson streets, and 23 on Belt street be tween Fort avenue and Clement street. They are to be 12 feet by 43 feet and are to cost $27,000. Land Improvement Co. To Build. The Land Improvement Company was granted a permit to build 24 three-story houses on Calvert street, between Twenty sixth and Twenty-seventh streets. The dwellings are to be of the most modern pattern, with artistic fronts. They are to cost $3,000 apiece. Henry E. Cook is the builder and Jacob F. Gerwlg the architect. The permit for the erection of the five-story, warehouse for the Johnii Hopkins University at 23 and 25 South Gay street was granted yesterday. The contract was awarded to the Hopkins-Barnett Company, and the building is to cost $35,000. Mrs. Mary B. Chlsm was granted a per mit to erect an addition to the building at the northeast corner of Calvert and Twenty-second streets. A deed transferring the property from Mr. Hammond J. Dugan to Mrs. Chlsm has been recorded. The propr erty is 21 feet by 100 feet and Is subject to a ground rent of $189. The consideration mentioned was $2,500. The eost of the improvements will be $500. It is said that the houses 602 and 604 West Pratt street have been purchased from Mr. Independence Kelly by Mr. Kriel. The lots are 41 Ya feet by 69 feet, and it is said that the consideration was $10,000. It was reported that houses 803 and 805 West Pratt street have been sold by Mr. R. W. Wright. The properties are 40 feet by 110 feet and the consideration, it Is said, was $8,000. The name of the purchaser Is withheld. Messrs. Harry E. Gilbert and A. C. Doyle have sold 8 of the 23 houses In course of Construction on the south side of Walbrook avenue between Eighth and Ninth streets Walbrook. The dwellings are two Btories high and were sold at $2,150 apiece. A deed was recorded transferring from Mr. Robert L. Gill to Mr. Howard W. Pat-ton the property on the southwest side of Forrest street, near Hlllen street. The lot is 22 feet Inches by 147 feet and is subject to a ground rent of $150. The consideration was not mentioned. Mr. Welmager Sells Property. Mr. William H. Weissager has sold to Mr. Benjamin Sachs the fee-simple prop erty 323 West German street, which he recently acquired from Denny D. and Emma L. Koeth. The consideration is withheld. Mr. Sachs is the present tenant and occu pies the premises as a restaurant. The new gymnasium at Mount St. Agnes College, Mount Washington, which occupies a lot 150 by 200 feet, is nearlng completion. The "gym" will be fitted with all necessary paraphernalia - to make It complete. It is two stories high and of brick exterior. The electric effect is being installed under the supervision of Mr. Joseph M. Zamoiski. The building Is being erect ed by Contractors Mclver & Plel. Arthi- ect Thomas C. Kennedy designed the pl&ns. The Moska Land and Development Com pany, which was - incorporated under the' laws of West Virginia, with a capital stock of $75,000, divided into 250 shares of $300 each, has leased a track of 2,880 acres on Warrior Mountain, Allegany county, from Mr. W. A. Lamer, of Baltimore, and proposes to develop a fruit orchard of 1,000 acres. This Is one of the developments follow ing the opening of the extension of the Western Maryland railroad from Cherry Run to Cumberland. Several other orchards have been started recently In the same vlclnlty,"notably one of 400 acres on Martin's Mountain, by the Allegany Fruit Company. The headquarters of the Baltimore office of the company are 406-407 Carroll Build ing. The officers are as follows ; President W. Angamar Lamer. Vice-President John F. Davies. ' Secretary and Treasurer W. E. F. Armstrong. Counsel L. B. Keene Claggett.-Superintendent Paul Pillon. Directors W, Ajaamar Lamer, John F, Daries, i W. E. F. Armstrong. Thomas D. Temple, Edward N. Wise, Jr. The company is now clearing land preparatory to spring planting. It is believed that this marks the beginning of considerable activity In the development of orchard land in Allegany county on the north side of the Potomac river. The country is entirely undeveloped, owing to the previous lack of railroad facilities, which are now supplied by the Western Maryland extension. The corporate powers of the company enable it to buy and lease land, grow and Sell all agricultural products, cattle, stock and poultry ; engage in forestry in all its branches, buy, lease and deal In mineral lands and mining. It is also proposed to re-forest a portion of the tract not used for orchards, under theN direction of the United States Bureau of Forestry. This is, the company believes, the first attempt made in Maryland to develop commercially this profitable industry. Owing to the sparsely settled character of the country in the vicinity it Is exceedingly difficult to obtain labor, but the company Is opening negotiations with the State Bureau of Immigration to procure a number of Immigrants, to whom they will give the use of houses, tools and sufficient land for the sup;ort of their families. REAL ESTATE RECORD PERMITS TO BUILD. The following permits to build were granted by the Inspector of Buildings : Howard J. Reinhardt One -story back building, 118 West Ostend street, to cost ?175. Fred. Knoch Two-story back building, 515 and m orrest street, to cost $800. Morrow Bros. To tear town 309 Tvson street. Henry W. llackensberger Dwelling. Wesley street between Old Frederick road and Joseph street, to cost $1,200. Robert Culver Four two-story dwellings, Morley street, oetween ia JTenencK road ana J osepn street, to cost $3,200. C. W. Egan Two-and-a-half-story dwelling, south siue oi unestnm avenue, WalprooK to oost uuu. 1). C. Slonaker Two-and-a-half-story dwelling, uneisca aTeuue. near Beach avenue, to cost $l,uuu. The following minor privileges were granted : Mrs. Lawrence To extend shed at 50 Gorsuch avenue. Henry Klein To erect one-story addition at 423 uolanu avenue. J. H. Weller To erect frame stable at 618 North Patterson Park avenue. E. Dakin To erect pigeon coop at 2002 Bank street. W. W. Gentr-Tc cut window at 1520 and 1522 Madison 6treet. M. Weinsteiu To make alterations at 1131 Gough street. Jackson Gott To install motor at 8 North Greene street. James GlasB To repair greenhouse on Erdman avenue, near Belair road, Hornatein & Bass To repair at 300 Albemarle street. E. Fisher To install safe northeast corner of tnen and Orleans streets. T. Craven To put on slate roof at 1443 Myrtle avenue, ana to slag root at bla West Fayette street. Mrs. E. A. Wagner To erect porch at 1717 North Calvert street. Mr. Birt-To repair at Pine and Baltimore streets. t;. hjiucR To repair stable at 7 Jenkins lane. William Borchers To erect shed at 2361 Pennsylvania avenue. Harry Hebdon To repair at 1511 East North avenue. John E. Stewart To erect shed southeast corner ot Culver street and Oorsey line. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, Baltimore City. Wednesday. March 7. Wilford C. Downs to Charles J. Flater and wife. n.a.s. Reistertown road. nr. First Toll Gate, 64x g.r. $52 $5 Samuel iv. Hmlth to mcholas M. Smith, eta, s.s. Fairmount ave., nr. Catherine st.. 14x72.. William Schwartz, etc., to Helen V. Warfluld, 1 lot William Penrose to Rosa A. Harvey, n.e.s. Chestnut St., 23x-.. Samuel Sirgael and wife to Rose A. Harvey, s.e. cor. Douglas and Chestnut sts.. 35x David Brown to Samuel Siegael. s.e. cor Lexington and Chestnuts sts., g.r. $43 George R. Callis to Annex Building Association, s.w.s Hnmnden ave.. nr. Twenty-sev enth st., 14.4x70, g.r. $60 300 Elizabeth Eichner to John P. Koch and wife, e.s. Ridgely al., nr. McHenry al., 14.6x65 603 Charles Hughes to C. Fred Diehl, etc w.s. Bradford st, nr. Lanvale. 12x65. g.r. $36 6 Llewllyn H. Jenks, trus., etc.. to Charles A. Keyser, n.s. Baltimore st:. nr. East. 90x170.. 28,070 Caroline Marks and husband to wary A. fnhla -W Rnlftnd ave nr. Evans Chanel rd.. lfcx215.' 3,500 Warren W. Brown to William J. Burnham and wife. n.s. Clifton ave.. nr. Fulton ave., IS.fivRS err S60 Mary E. Kummel to Joseph Schmaing. 2 lots.. 1,600 bate Ueposit ana Trust c-ompany. trus., w Mayor and City Council, e.s. Charles st,, nr. Ostend. 17.2x Josephine M. Thomas to George L. Kelly, 4 lota St. Wenceslaus Building Association, No. 4 Pavel Cecelskv and wife. e.s. Madeira st., nr. Madison, 12x70, g.r. $24 Young Men's Savings, Loan and Building Association to Anna E. Giitermuth. w.s. Oak St.. nr. Huntingdon ave., 13.4x90, g.r. $40 600 William H. Moore and wife to Angelina Ha-bersack. w.s. Patterson Park ave.. 14x81.6. c.r. $38.50 700 John G. Luber and wife to William Grausee and wife. e.s. Bradford St.. nr. Lanvale. 12.6 x65, g.r. $35.... 700 Adam Zopf to Simon Scherr, 258 North Pine St., 14x56. g.r. $28 Jacob Ebeling to Clausina H. Ebeling, 2 lots.. Simon Jaft'e to Charles Canlan. n.w. cor. Mc- Elderry and Bethel sts., 12.6x72, g.r. $37.50.... L200 Laura Patterson, etc., to John Kauh and wife, s.s. Jefferson St.. nr. Collinzton ave.. 14x83. g.r. $30.50 641.69 James D. Mason, etc., to Andrew Ciotti, etc., s.s. Pratt St., nr. Light, 20.6x90, g.r. $375...., Ephraim Macht to Alexander Russell, 7 lots... Robert L. Gill to Howard W. Patton, s.w.s. ForreRt sst., nr. Hillen, 22.5iAxl47, g.r. $150.. Harry Morstein to Benjamin Levin and wife. w.s. Bond St., nr. Pratt, 15x100, g.r. $30 2,025 Kosinia J. Wirsing to Octana M. Cook. w.s. Pine, St.. nr. Josephine, 13.4x100, g.r. $26.67.. Dennis Kavanaugh to Samuel T. Richards, 3 lots Wolf Teichman, etc., to Morris Rosenblatt, etc., n.s. Oakley St., nr. Monroe. 5 lots William E. Meeth to Julia Kessler, w.s. Central ave., nr. Edward St., 16.6x75, g.r. $24.75.. Lawrence Kessler, etc., to William E'. Meeth, w.s. Central ave., nr. Edward St., 16.6x75, g.r. $24.75...: Fred Gleichman to N. Gay St. P. B. A. No. 1, s.s. Lombard St., nr. Exeter, 57x , g.r. $228 Samuel Ullman and wife to Jacob Benesch and wife, s.e.s. Belair ave.. nr. Eden t.. 13x80 2,900 Madison 8q. P. B. A. to George G. Sapp and wife, s.s. Keyser St., nr. Chester, 12x60, g.r. $30 Sarah J. Haslett and husband to Charles R. Bowen. s.s. Fayette St.. nr. Calhoun. 25x116. James E. Williams, etc.. to August F. Walter and wife, w.s. Cedar ave., 14xl06.2i, g.r. $12. 400 Herman Isaacs to Charles Isaacs, 7 lots .... 10 John G. Antonie and wife to John A. Ja- netzke, etc., e.s. Ann St., nr. Eastern ave., 15x100. tt.T. $9 f?hrl(s T. Mitchell to John G. Lone, n.e.s. Fort ave., nr. Oooksie St., 13.6x84.8, g.r. $15,50 1,200 A. B. Banghart and wife to Lucy A. Minor, n.a. Harlem ave.. nr. -avson St.. ia.itxsu. sr.r. S69. 850 Luzerne Land Company, etc., to John W. . T i T r . v iu i s unci wuh. e.n. uuztiua su. lii. jt.il i-.t son. 13.11x70. e.r. $39 1.500 Roxana W. Thomas to Charles A. Thomas and wife, s.s. Eastern ave., nr. Luzerne st., 14x30, H.r. $32 Georire W. Turner to Harry L. Hudson, e.s. Calhoun st., nr. McHenry, 13x70, g.r. $39 600 John A. J. Dixon to Wuson J. Carroll, w.s. Carmiiton ave., nr. Mulberry it., 16.3x100, r r. $98 Wilson J. Carroll to William F. Briggeman and wife. w.s. Carrouton ave.. nr. Mulberry Bl., 1H.J11W, a-.......................... A,(M O. E. Spalding Company to Elenora E. Krial. s.s. Alosher St., nr. Appleton, UxW 5 name to Andrew G. Knal. S lots 5 Henry Williams, collector, to John R. Smith, n.e. sor. Lake and Central aves., 121x131 71 Christopher J. Dunn and wife, etc., to Harriet A. Markland, Z lots.. 1.714.28 Same to John T. Morris, etc., trus., e.s. Cath- st., nr. Lombard, 13.4x '. 857.14 Same to John T. Morris, trus., e.s, Catherine St., nr. Lomabrd, 13. 4x .857.14 Same to Edward A. Griffith, trus.. etc., 5 lot ...4,285.70 Elmer E. Amspacher to Barbara L. Zick, &,s. bpnng St., nr. ianvato, lixbb, g.r. $i0 5 Same to Hertrv F. Zick. n.s. Pratt St., nr. i" i-. m,. a ttf, fijyj.m. ................... . Emily J. B. McCay to Lee Cohen and wife, s.w.s. aiaaiaon. ava., nr. Wilson st,, Zl.ix 117.9.... Catharine Stembler and husband to Hester. A. R. Carnuchael, 3 lots., 200 Samuel K. (Smith, trus. to Arthur L. Gotigh, B.i. jww.w... l.. i,JUU josepn n. uoss to wuneumma z.ieiKe, s.s.8. Ludlow St.. nr. Clamm, 14x57.6, gj-, $30 800 Harry W. Rusk to Charles W. Hurst, w.s. Northwest St., nr. Mount, 13.4x80, g.r. $60... 5 Arthur L. Gough to Frederick Gleichman, e.s. .vinton, ave., nr. ruirmount a,ve., lixdo, g.r. $38.59. ...... .'. .'. G. Howard White and wife to William Penrose. 2 lota . E Eliazbeth Mayer, etc., to Katharine Schmnek. s.e.8. Cumberland St., nr. Carey, 13.714x62.6, sr r. $80 e W illiam Henry Gablo to John A. Geblein, e.s. ratierson 1 ari ava.. nr. Aaniana ave., 1 Ix 75. g.r. $38.50 E Katherine Schmuek to William Mayer and who, S.S.S. uumoeriana su, nr. Carey. 13.74 X62.& g.r. $60 Tt 5 Baltimore County, Wednesday. March 7 Elizabeth Strobel and husband to Morris L,e- gum, lot 12x48 feet on south side of Centra Place, iugnianatown, Tweiith district, g.r. $10 avid M. Newbold and wife and C. E. Sav age and wife to George A. Sander and Mary C. Sander, the reversion in fee in lot 15x66 feet on north side of Hudson st.. Canton, Twelfth district... 733.23 Charles C. and Richard G. Macgill, exeo to Karah Kosolie Alacgm, lot 01 ground In JClli-cott Citv. First district, sr.r. $400... fi Sarah Rosalie Macgill et al. to O. A. 6am- nnll fllanutactimng uompany, same lot mentioned in nrecedlnc deed .' fi Same et al. to same, lot of ground in Ellicott Citv. First district ' J H A. Friink Black to Eugene M. Hilderman and Lucy w. Miiacrman, ma wile, lot box reet on southeastemmost side of Rosebank av8., Govanstown. Ninth district, sr.r. $50... E Christian F. Maisel, Jr., and wife to Frank W. Maisel and Emma A. Maisel, his wife, one-half acre of land on north side of Ingle- side ave.. Catonsville. First, district..:.. 1.200 Frank M Bayline and wife to William T. imoe and Clara Shamletter, lot 12x50 feet on north sidenf Mount Pleasant ave.. Highland-town. Twelfth district, b.t. $27 450 Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company of jia minora ei ai., xms., to jonn uonen, undivided one-half interest In 43U acres of land. Fifteenth district....... 1.518.0R Dorsey Lumber Company to Charles A. Gross ana Mary Lhnstina uroas, his wire, Z lota of ground on south side of Leaverton ave., Highlandtown, Twelfth district, g.r. $28 on each lot 1 00ft Roberdean A. McCormick to Trustees of the nminnim union Bunaay-acnool, lot containing one-fourth acre of land on east sida of York turnpike at Timonium, Eighth district... S Upside Down. "80 you don't believe in college education T" "No, sir. After graduation I nearly starred to death practicing law." "But you look prosperous now." "Yes, air. I went into vaudeville and made a for- tune- balancing a barrel on my feet while standing on my haV' Detroit Free Presa, BOTH WANTED WAREHOUSE Demand After Fire Caused Trouble Between Bruce Co. And Gillet & Co, The evidence for the Edward B. Bruce Company was concluded and that for Martin Gillet & Co. begun yesterday In the trial before Judge Dobler and a Jury, In Part 3 of the City Court, of the suit of the Bruce company to recover $50,000 damages for alleged losses sustained because of dispossession of 1120 Cathedral 6treet. This suit Is a result of the urgent demand for warehouses after the great fire. Both concerns were burnt out, and each claims to have obtained a sublease of the Cathedral Btreet premises from the Case Threshing Machine Company. It Is expected that the trial will be concluded today. It will be followed by the trial of two suits by employes of the Bruce Company against Martin Gillet & Co. for alleged false arrest. The case is being stnngly contested by William Colton and W. II. DeC. Wright for the Bruce company and Edgar II. Gans and W. Calvin Chesnut, of Gans & Ilaman, for Martin Gillet & Co. Asks For Sale Of Price Estate. .' Mary Beatrice Price, by W. Gill Smith her attorney, has filed a bill in equity against Claudia P. Ilutchins and others to procure a decree for the sale of the real estate of the late Matilda S. Price and for a distribution of the proceeds among those interested. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. S. E. 1924 610 1909 1014 762 223 731 ' 203-913-218 ill? 836 1417 646 610 1014 1011 907 915 1628 1413 421 m S37 824 1218 214- COR. LEXINGTON AND CAREY STS. Division st. 1417 W. Lanvale st. Windermere ave. E. Oliver st. McCulloh st. Waesche st. Arch st, Euclid ave. 22 S. Castle st. 15 Booth st. N, Pearl st. E. 20th st. N. Calvert st. N. Carey st. Linden ave, W. Baltimore st E. Biddlest. N. Atsouith st. Sterling st. N. Arlington ave. N, Carey st. Druid H ill ave. Druid Hill ave. N. Fulton ave, N. Fremont ave, N. Fremont ave. W. Franklin st. Greenmount ave. 669 Laurens St. 522 Eant st. 1701 Barclay st. 1S27 E. Hoffman st. 702 Vine st. 608-10 Thompson ave. 112 N. Pine st. 211 N. Carrollton ave. 125 McMechen st. 612-14 E. Baltimore et. 313 E, 25th st. 1030 Linden ave. 1815 St. Paul st. 2202 Barclay st. 2500 E, Baltimore st. 1012 N. Aisauith St. 1524 John st. 2109 Cromwell st, 652 Columbia ave. 1826 Druid Hill ave. 1821 Druid Hill ave. 958 W. Franklin st. 173G E. Fayette st. -1745-7 Mnllikin st. 2119 FVedprick ave. 2328-2330 Pa. ave. 16-18-22 S. Durham, 1330-1 -Ml! .Tfirnpa st. PIERRE C. DUGAN & NEPHEW. 1 0 East Lexington street. VALUABLE FACTORY PROPERTY COR, FIRST AVE. AND FIRST ST., CANTON. About one acre, with P., W. and B. Railroad switch; United Railways cars pass door; county JUJ 1 . MLiltftli, Both Phones. 232 St. Paul st. LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE. Marviand ve and Olivpr ct St Paul St., between Preston and Mt. Royal ave, j,aivert st., between Preston and Mt. Royal ave, York road and Thirtieth st., 110x380. York road, near Wilson ft., 50x200. John h Lrrhwra 3QO Maryland Telephone Building. fl4-lm STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE, BEAUTIFUL, NEW TWO-STORY HOUSES; ground rent $85. A liberal loon can be obtained on them. 1708, 1710 1712, 1714, 1716, 1718 and 1722 Payson street, south oi iNortn avenue. GKO. HEBERTON EVANS, fl8-lm OlO North Carrollton avenue. STORE AND DWELLING 1506 WEST BALTIMORE ST.; ground rent $60, redeemable at o price j-,uuy. C. MORTON, Both Phones. 200 St. Paul street BEAUTIFUL NEW TWO-STORY; modern stone steps, tiled vestibule, furnace, cabinet mantels; easy terms; small cash payment; West, near CHEAP HOMES FOR SALE. 924 HARLEM AVE. (Decorated). J028 FULTON AVE. (Decorated). 1902 BOLTON ST, ; easv terms. F. WM. BOLGIANO. m3-lm SOS and SOT Calvert Building. TWO-STORY HOUSE, FIRST BLOCK SOUTH l"AYSO.N STREET: ALL MODERN CON VENIENCES. CALL AFTER P. M. AT ...OJt WKST iNUIiTH AVENUE. 15-lm A T.ARfiF, TRACT CtW T,ATI rpndv fnr hiiilrlirnr 2,000 front feet, for sale cheap. For particulars aqqress U. L.. hiKiKKS. till Equitable Bldg, HOUSES IN FEE AND SUBJECT TO GROUND RENT, ALL PARTS CITY CHEAP. F. P. K. WALSH. m-3t 200 East LexiDgton street. IF YOU WANT A CHEAP HOUSE, with all modern improvements HOG FORREST i-LAClS. SAMUEL P. MORTON & SON, m7-5t 211 St. Paul street. TWO-STORY 1935 WEST LAFAYSTTE AVE. ground rent redeemable. C. MORTON. Both Phones. 200 St. Paul street. SEVERAL SMALL HOUSES, in northern section ot city; will sell to pay 18. Address L 24, nun omce. m7-3t POSITIVE PUBLIC SALE Thursday at 4 o'clock of 200.S and 2002 MARYLAND AVE. m7-2t FOR SALE Those beautiful, up-to-date, Two-Story RESIDENCES Nos. 103. 105, TOO, etc.. North Patuxent street, between Fair-mount ave. and Fayette St., one square from Patterson Park : hand-painted ceilings and handsomely decorated throughout: stationary washtubs; sewer drainage and all modern conveniences. EDW. J. STORCK, on premises, or Room 86, Gunther puiiuing, r ayene ana at, "aui sts. lil-imw FOR SALE-920 WEST FAYETTE STREET fine three-storv Dwelling, nine rooms and bath in first-class condition ; seven minutes' walk to center oi city, r or particulars apply on premises or LO u. Al. D1AUA , 303 West Saratoga street, m7-3t Second Floor. FOR SALE IN FEE. THE HANDSOME BROWN8TONE RESIDENCE TtlE LATE REV. DR. BACKUS, 21 0 WEST Af ADISON HTRF.ET Lot 45 feet front by 120 feet deep; well built, de- ligniruiiy arranged and in nrst-class condition. JOHN GLENN & CO.. n6-tf 312 St. Paul street. FOR SALE DWELLING 2020 ST. PAUL ST. ; 16 feet front; ground rent $80, redeemable at 5. Will be sold for $2,400 if bought, at once. SAM'L PARKAS. m7-5t 31 South Howard street. FOR SALE 1527 McCULLOH STREET. 1 OO EAST TWENTIETH ST. 242 DRUID HILL AVENUE. 2024 DRUID HILL AVENUE. SAMUEL BEALMEAR, m6-3t Room 1, Calvert Building. FOR SALE DWELLING of 10 rooms on lot 20 by 120 teet. With 20-foot, alien in rpur- huwmnit GrOCerV. cash businp.RA Rtnrlr nntl fiTnrpq nlon lr??i-ri ""N retiring. Apply at liKEEiN iu u si x a v jci.i u c. mb-4t FOR SALE Beautiful two-Btory HOUSE, in North Balti more. SECURITY STORAGE AND TRUST CO., m7-3t - 13 West North avenue FOR SALE A bargain; 09 Forrest street, near Belair Market. Lot 29'4"xd0. Improved by or CARTER, 32 Central Savings Bank building. FOR SALE 308 EAST LAFAYETTE AVE.; steam neat; gooa condition; cneap. Apply to ' FRANK H. CALLAWAY. Md. Phone Forest fark 25. Forest Park. FOR SALE-Finest TWO-STORY HOUSE In northeast .Baltimore: west Eicte of ltw block Hopkins ave. ARTHUR REINHEIMER, m7-3t 1744 Bank street. FOR SALE 1 400 NORTH LUZERNE STREET modern two-story House: a bargain; sold on account of people leavinir town. Arrolv at i:5:.1 flUKlH LliHtt.MU BIMElS'f. m6-3t FOR SALE. 2101 BOLTON STREET. WHliTtl & THOMPSON, 104 E. Lexinstnn st. FOR SALE A desirable Two-8tory DWELLING, xo lAmont ave.. near federal st. EDWARD J. STORCK. on premises, or Room Kfl. Gunther Building. fl4-lra FOR SALE WAREHOUSE, on Balto. t., burnt aistnct; leasea: excellent investment; also, one on unmpaua. uunu'eaam, juquita oie.n -9 FOR SALE STORE AND DWELLING of eight rooms; lot usuo; strictly modern and in nrst- ciass condition. Apply 27 N. Patterson Pk. aT. FOR SALE 725 HARLEM AVENUE; terms easy. MAumua LAurhblMHiti, Sixth Floor, Calvert Building. . f24-lm FOR Investment Houses, single and in rows, all sections. U. unningham, 4S Equitable rtlag.7-3 WE HAVE MANY BARGAINS LIKE THIS: A three-story, swell-front CORNER HOUSE In Northwest, for which you would be willing to pay $330 rent. The total expenses are $145. Will sell it tor ll.buu. Alter pavlne interest on thin von save .o" per muum in reni oy living m your own nousa. xmna iv over. MAltrk W. WBMiMT, m2-eo4t lOO East Saratoga street. S700 EACH WILL BUY TWO THREE-STORY y .it r-1 r rxma ; v. c . : . each, redeemable: lots 13x90. and are rented to ... I il.l.T M ! Ill 1.111 l.iiCTI II n , i : 1 1 ! 1 . L, I J,. HI prompt-paying tenants lor $14 a month each in advance, . . JAJVima A. BUAliMKAK & SON CO., f21-tmh21 3Q1 Fidelity Building. 233 EAST LAFAYETTE AVE. Three-story, 9- room, Drownstone iront uousa; excellent condition; splendid neighborhood; price reasonable. 242 LAURENS ST., near Linden ave.; well- lighted corner House; ground rent redeemable. C. MORTON. Both Phones. 209 St. Paul street. BOO BLK. N. FULTON. 500 N. Monroe street. lltA Kllr IS? A t-1 i ti crt , n iva. dl ,"l I,' 9 "i, 1 1 of t-.,. 1100 blk Harlem ava. 1300 Guilford ave. 1100 N. Fulton avpi, 300 blk. 25th street. ak:i, u i it a t jjxrx et wVj., r-ara ave, ana r ayettft. 609 PARKWYRTH AVE.; lot 60x110; 9 rooms I" f . , . 11T-TT ..BTifiTiuu,, . 1 . dull .Ibl., UIUUD1U uviii ivi'ilils, lUllucuiaLQ piV- sessidEi Realty Corporation, 8 B. Lexington st. 80rt BLK. N. EUTAW. 1700 blk. St. Paul st. aw DlK, vv. Monument, mf dik. jNewington ave. 1900 blk. Walbrook ave. 2100 blk. Callow ave. 2300 blk. St, Paul. 2800 Calvert st, 1500 blk. Mount St. 500 blk. East. 21 ak ct ISAAC COALE. JR., & CO., S05 American Bldg. 1114 HARFORD AVENUE, in fee, corner of ilopKins avenue ana r.ager street; ti flERCE STREET. 1700 BLOCK NORTH CAROI TNW STREET: small cash deposit; balance on mort gage. Apply to GEORGE J. KESSLER, mi-ot njza ou -aui street. 1800 BLOCK, MADISON AVENUE Interior has recently neen remoaeiea ana put in up-to-date order. Will sell cheap. Address Y 53. Sun office. m6-3t 1SOO, 1811 AND 1821 SUMMIT PLACE; . ... i eico. . ........ . aM ttt;i, t 1 $100 on each house on easy terms. Jfrtl iy 1CUM19, tiwq , ciicuoca ' i. ui lend ns. St. Paul street. f26-tf A. P. KENNEDY. 207 St $375 EACH will buy SIX DWELLINGS in northern section; tenants nave occupied property for years: pay 24: a bargain. JAS. A. BEALMEAR & SON CO., 301 Fidelity Bldg. $4,500 IN FEE, LOT 152X57 FEET, COR- JSEK. (J-MUiN AVEINUHi APS1J A.L.LS KOAD. IMPROVED BY FOUR HOUSES RENTINrf FOR S40 PER MONTH; ROOM FOR MORE HOUSES; CORNER FOR STORE. , SAMTTV.T. TP t T tW i T? V-QQM , CALVERr BUiLDIN'a. h REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A BARGAIN in 1019 AND 1021 MYRTLE AVE., with 2 Houses in rear on Shields alley an wen rented. C. MORTON. Both Phones. 200 St. Paul street. A TWO-STORY DWELLING. 1 SI t W.FRANK LIN ST. ; modern and in good repair : possfssirm hi once; price low-terms easy, II desired. ;s. t. itiuiiAitus, HHij west Baltimore street, ma-at ONLY 150 CASH, balance monthly payments, for 1721 BARCLAY STREET. C. MOKTOIS. Both Phones. 209 St. Paul street. SOME FINE TWO-STORY HOUSES IN SOUTH WEST BALTIMORE; also, two and three story JrlliUiMUM l.N JN tj It T ri W E rJT . Apply at l-4 liABl LEAlKUTUn STKEET, Room O. m-.:t HANDSOME HOUSE. 2000 row Bolton street, in ree simple; easy terms, balance at 5 per cent T EI .FAIR W. MARRIOTT, 323 N. Charles st, IN FEE CHEAP-214, 21 AND 218 N, MOUNT ST.; occupied by first-class tenant. C. MORTON. Both Phones. 209 St. Paul street. VERY FINE, LARGE RESIDENCE PROPERTY . .XT ttttttavw it 4 rTr t.-i c a r i.-. IV 1TVT7. splendid investment. REED, 225 N. Calvert.8-3 FOR SALE Chean if honcrhr. nuick. in 1900 block Frederick avenue, three-storv HOUSE; ground rent $U3; corner. w. t. 'iit'r.ii, m8-3t 11 East Lexington street FOR SALE OR SLAUGHTER Substantial DWELLING, Aisquith st.,near Fayette. D. C. WOODS & CO., 515 Continental Building. It FOR SALE DWELLING, 2005 Etting street. G ill ;it,ui iiulMJ. ialw jjuiiamg. uian- VERY DESIRABLE LOTS FOR SALE Suitable for Factory or Dwellings: SOUTH SIDE EAST FORT AVENUE. Between Jones and Porter streets. 231xS51. Railroad facilities. NORTH SIDE OF REASON STREET. Between Hull and Cooksie streets; I65.10-V4x90 feet. EAST SIDE OF HULL STREET, Between Cuba and Beasun streets; 66.10xl65.10tt. NORTH SIDE OF CUBA STREET. Between Hull and Cooksie streets; 165.10K.x90. JOHN H. LUDWIO, 3QO and 3Q1 Maryland Telephone Building. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. WAREHOUSES and STORES 111-3 East Lombard Street. 2 East Saratoga Street. 340 North Charles Street; 26 South Charles Street. 511 East Baltimore Street. 233 Park Avenue, Thames and Broadway. 15 North Liberty Street. POSSESSION JUNE 1. P. C. DUGAN & NEPHEW, 16 East Lexington Street. FOR LEASE Large three-story BUILDING. 60 feet by 120 feet, and two-story ANNEX; fireproof vault, 25 feet square; in front of Hotel Rennert and opening - , uuiuiiiiw .Mi jLucauc, xiau?, outr- age or iuanuracuiring r-urposes; superbly lighted stpnm V. t -Hrill irir1. i.rvrii "v" -"-" s ouuuiuuci 111 iV , FRANK BROWN. Commission to Brokers. Brown Arcade, FOR RENT, IN ADVANCE. 1530 W. FAYETTE ST., 3-story 35,00 1030 W. FAYETTE ST., 3-story K2.VOO 305 E. LANVALE ST., 3-story ....S25.00 1025 N. MILTON AVE. 2-storv SIS OO , JUS. ti. UAltXSUJE, Both Phones. 20S Courtlaud street, FOR RENT Large STORE. 120 South Howard Btreet; repaired to suit tenant. OWNER, 224 west trait street, or 212u Mount Royal Ter- race. iei., ois-ix, juaaison. ms-4t FOR RENT-2135 LINDEN AVENUE, in per- ici'i wiiuiuuu. uyeu lor inspection irom iu until Z. mb-4t FOR RENT A S1MALL BUILDING IN REAR OF 224 ST. PAUL STREET, Suitable for Light Manufacturing Purposes. A Large ROOM, Heat and Electric Light Suitable for Lodge Room or Business Purposes, At Corner St. Paul and Saratoga Sts, Apply W. F. PORTER, 22-1 St. Paul St. SINGER BUILDING, lOO AND 111 W. LEXINGTON ST. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. WILL RENT, WITH HEAT AND ELEVATOR SERVICE, SECOND. THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH FLOORS. 40X00 FEET EACH. Particularly desirable for Milliners, Hair Dressers, Dentists, Ar-liitects, Photographers. Manufacturers, Agents, or any business requiring prominent lo cation. P. C. DUGAN & NEPHEW, 1G E. LEXINGTON 8T. SECOND FLOOR, 42 BY GO FEET. GAY AND BALTIMORE STREETS. Light on Three Sides. Entrance on both Baltimore and Gay Will Divide to Suit Tenant. , J. CHAS. LINTHICUM. & BRO., m6-eol3t 220 St. Paul street. 11 Rooms Laundry 2 Baths. MARYLAND AVENUE 22UG- -220G Kitchen first floor; sewer connections. APPLY J. C. ROGERS. BUN OFFICE. FOR RENT Strictlv modern TWO.fiTflHV HOUSE, 1308 North Luzerne street; first-class neiKi.Dornooa; no nuisance ot any Kina; rent Sat. THREE STORY HOUSE, 2S15 East Preston street, containing eight large rooms, bath and pantrv; fancy brick and marble front, cement yard and cellar: cellar under whole house; neighborhood high and healthy ; sewer connection ; rent $25. Appiy to Agent oi rtlta UKUiiAN, 1333 Nr-rth Luzerne street. rumens ana iNortn avenue cars going east. d30-tf FOR RK1VT SJfll HilltlTOV TFRPJPr able for a dwelling or clubhouse; now occupied vy uie ri.nignis oi (joiunious; possession Riven March 1. JOHN GLENN & CO?. iio-im- 3ia fit. 1'aul street. FOR RENT 3000 BLOCK WESTWOOD AVENUE, Wal- urouu , i ruuuis mm cam ; ?-iu montniv. KENNARD & CO., 215 St. Paul street. FOR RENT A LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED HUubE on Cathedral street, near Eager. Ad dieSs S 50, Sun office. m7-3t FOR RENT 1002 BOLTON STREET; 10 rooms; ifiu avj j-i i-xx. aj j i-Ajr laiMJ m4-7t l5jCalwtBuilding, FOR RENT UPPEB. FLOORS OF 302 NORTH EUTAW STREET. Apply on premises. m6-3t STORE 120 SOUTH HOWARD STREET; 1532 FOSTER. SAM'L B. MORTON & SON, 211 St. Paul st. $18 A MONTH TO COLORED TENANT No 1407 NORTH FREMONT AVENUE; has fur- uace; newiy paperea ana painted. JAS. A D&AtiaiiiAit oc au.x uu., aui iaenty Bldg. $25 PER MONTH for STORE AND DWELLING on North Gay street. $17 PER MONTH for DWELLING on Lombaid St.. near Fre mont avtt,; ot rooms, j Ap. a. Xi n, -V 1. Al r A It fie bu-'n, aui f idelity uunaing. - f21-lm 331 DOLPHIN STREET, facing Eutaw Place. Apply to UULL.MBUS O D. LEE, Mt. Vernon 5-134. Stock Exchange Bldg. 711 ST. PAUL ST., large, desirable 22-room House, 1323 N. CALVERT ST., very attractive, modern home. Apply to DAVID STEWART. m8-7t 213 St Paul street. 2001 McCULLOH ST., 1215 BOLTON ST., C. MORTON. Both Phones. 2Q? St. Paul street. 2118 N. CHARLES ST., charming neighborhood; 200 BLOCK W. MONUMENT ST.. two baths. Isaac uoaie. jr., & Co.. . American Bldg. 24G3 DRUID HILL AVE. New TWO-STORY; l uruHfje, uttuniKi. iiittiiLeiM, porcelain iuo, oasm. Closet, sewer aramatre. cement pavement cellar yard. Open daily. HAMPSON. 2Q7 St. Paul st. 292T WALBROOK AVE. Dwelline. $25 month. j. a. aiji'i'L.xtiiti, jit., :aj iquitaaie mag.-t WANTED TO RENT. WANTED TO RENT Small STORE, or PART OF fciTUKJS, lor omce f urpoee, with space for storage. Auoress ai ma, aun omce. it WANTED TO RENT Two or three rtory HOUSE witn ail conveniences. Dy Aiay i, north or northwest section. Sio to SJ. Address G 4(1. enn onice. m-zt WANTED STORE or large DWELLING, within v.. mi i it-B, nuttnru, juexiuKwn, iuauison streets; not to exceed $1,200. Address F 9gO. Sun.m3-7t WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE on Mount Roval lerrace, may i. Aggress u 7, Bun otnce.mb 3t STABLES FOR RENT. FOR RENT Large two-story STABLE, elevator ior wagons; room ror sixteen norses; central 10- cauon ana easy ox access. Apply to GILL & PRESTON. ' n21-tu,th,satf 220 St. Paul street. FLATS FOR RENT. THIRD-FLOOR FLAT of 3 large rooms and pri- w uatu, in iirriu iiiuumure, witn owner, Address A 04, Sun office. m6-3t 22.T,H C-AREY STREET Four or five uvu.uo vi'cat; 10 aauits. m7-t APARTMENTS FOR RENT. THE COLONIAL, 1005 N. CHARLES ST. Very iqcoiin-uic, m-rutiiij, x? urnisnea AirAltlAlEjT.&-7 ST. PAUL APARTiMENTS, ST. PAUL ST. AXn Ml BiiVH. avw H.9,V..KKi!;EiJIN) APARTMENTS FOR RENT U7UVTL- i n-ii, at,,.., - . .,- ," - mi-'Mraun, io i ej. Lexington St. 2 BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS "THE MADI- ft, lW G XT HI.. .1 ; . . i -v-. . A wiux:i: atttuisuil JtVC. ftllU Jt reStOIl Bt.: 6 rooms and bath each; second Hour, $40; third floor, $35: will decorate to suit tpn on premises, or FIDELITY REAL ESTATE CO., 3d floor, Gunther Bldg., St. Paul and Fayette sts.7-3 VERY DESIRABLE HOUSEKEEPING APART- Royal, to sublet. Apply F-l, the St. Pau!.m7-7t THE WALBERT, CHARLES AND LAFAYETTE AVENUES. Firenroof construction. Honstkeenirnr and Rar-rm- lor Apartments complete in every detail at reasonable prices. Well-appointed Cafe in the house. UfctAKLEa J. BO-NAfAKiE. lYustee, m2-lm 21G St. Paul street. SECOND-FLOOR unfurnished Apartment. 4 rooms. use ox bath; Western aection; heat, light, all conveniences; owners; reference. K 784, Sun.6-3 FIRST-FLOOR APARTMENT for rent; all con veniences, inquire ot Janitor, 11X4 AUKTH EUTAW STREET. m6-7t BRIGHT THIRD-STORY APARTMENT of 4 rooms. TliiJ rsUKTH CAREY. ST. mS-3t THREE HANDSOME ROOMS AND BATH at mis i"b,hiu., umtora ave. ana i'restou st. COR. Charles and Franklin "The Rochambeau," new, being bnished; Housekeeping and liache- unusually desirable; cafe; $375 to $900; engagements now made. fl6-lm 900 ST. PAUL ST. MODERN HOCSEKEEP- XG A PA RIME JV la ; large, bright Rooms. 6-4t 02O N. ARLINGTON AVE., nor. Mosher. SIX xiVUAia aaa 15ui; fi; no ciuiurea. tsm-it STORES FOR RENT. UNUSUALLY NEW. DESIRABLE STORES, $750 to $1,200, Charles bL, cor. Franklin., under the Rochambeau; electric lighted and gas; steam heat; modern conveniences; central location. m5-7t STORES FOR RENT. In absolutely fireproof building, just completed, t NORTHWEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL ST. AND BANK LANE; Mosaic floors: large, well-lighted, cemented cellars, and large vault in each; electric light, gas, water and steam heat. tf JOHN GLENN & CO.. 312 St. Paul st. OFFICES FOR RENT. ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR. NORTHEAST CORNER LIBERTY AND FAYETTE STREETS, as a whole or separate rooms. Apply at HAT STORE. 134 West Fayette street m8-14t DESK ROOM FOR KENT. 7G3-7G! CALVERT BUILDING. m8 4t OFFICES FOR RENT. Second nnd Third Floors, in absolutely fireproof building, just completed, at Northwest Coiner of St. Paul street and Bank lane; each 70 feet by 44 feet, with large vault; electric light, water and steam heat; will be rented together or separately, or par titioned oil to suit desirable tenants. JOHN GLENN & CO., tf 312 St. Paul street. FOR RENT Light CORNER OFFICES. Apply at GUI AMERICAN BUILDING. m7-5t DESIRABLE OFFICES AND UPPER FLOORS. 109 1 1 1 W. LEXINGTON" ST. 17 W. LEXINGTON 23T. 314 N. CHARLES ST. 205 W. FAYETTE ST. 103 W. SARATOGA ST. GAY AND MOTT STS. 218 W. FAYETTE ST. P. C. DUGAN & NEPHEW, 16 E. LEXINGTON ST. REED BUILDING. 11 AND 13 SOUTH GAY STREET. Is now completed. Six large offices, with all modern conveniences, to rent on long or short leases, singly or en suite, to desirable tenants. Apply on the premises to JOHN L. REED. LARGE LIGHT ROOMS tor business purposes. 215 NORTH CALV KET STREET, near post-oflice. AiidIv ROOM tt. third floor, or E. DIDIER. at MacCarthy & Harper's, 345 North ualvert street. iii-u FOR RENT FIRST-CLASS OFFICES. STEWART BUILDING, GAY ST. AND EXCHANGE PLACE. Apply to C. Morton Stewart & Co. OFFICES WANTED. WANTED DESK ROOM: party in real estate, Address O 187, Sun oSice m8;2t REAL ESTATE WANTED. AFTER HAVING LIVED IN THE WEST FOR THE PAST iS YEARS I have returned to Bal timore to take up my residence again, and have saved up about $12,000, which I wish to INVEST IN SOME TWO OR THREE STORY HOUSES, that will pay me as a safe investment. Send full particulars to Al (sun office. ma-it WlVTPli-Tn-n mnilom TtniTS"S rT Vaet Ttolti. more street, opposite Patterson Park; one in fee and other with ground rent. Address F ANNIE A. BECKWITH, 2 North Chester St., city. m8-3t HOUSES WANTED All kinds; ONE OR MANY tor CASH BUlEttS: OLlClv SALES; bring or send particulars. PHILIP H. HOFFMAN, m8-lm . 842844 Equitable Building. 1 BUY FOR CASH HOUSES AND GROUND RENTS: also. HAVE S2U.OOO TO LEND. $11)0 upward. Money ready. No commissions charged. S. B. FAUTH. 811 Hollins st. f20-lm IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL, address POSTOl FICE BOX 523. Prompt settlement and no commission charged. "NO COMMISSIONS." WILL BUY YOUR PROPERTY, NO MATTER WHAT CONDITION; WILL ALSO PURCHASE UBUUIMJ xir..i 13. JAS. A. BEALMEAR & SON CO.. Both Phones. 301 FIDELITY BLDG, WANTED TO PURCHASE-A two-story or small three-story HOUSE, in a clean neighborhood; state pnee ana grouna rent, xvaaress x 71, Sun office. m6-3t EVERYONE KNOWS We pay the highest cash prices for PROPERTY; don't sell until you get our otter; will not disturb lenaiiig; no coixijuiit;ns. xuui pnones. BALI 1-MORE REAL ESTATE COMPANY. 224 St. l"aul street. 127-lm WANTED TO BUY SMALL HOUSES, south ern or soutnwesteni section. Address O Si-OS, ouu oiiiuc. mo-ot I HAVE ABOUT 835.000 TO INVEST IX CITY PROPERTY; prefer fee-simple and pre- ier uoing im&iuess hhu owners airect; sena ae-scription. Address A 735, Sun office. f27-lm A LADY HAVING A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS TO INVEST will buy Ground Rents or fee-simple or leasehold Properties; state price Rnd particulars. Address J 783. Sun office. f25-lm WANTED A TWO OR THREE STORY HOUSE - IN WESTERN OR NORTHWESTERN SEC- T1UAJ MUOl L Util, MU.Ntl .READY, AaaresB a w. pun onice. ils-tf WIDOW LADY, having about $6,500 life insurance money to invest, DESIRES TO PURCHASE SOME PAYING DWELLINGS. Address r" vnv. ann omce. m3-lm REAL ESTATE SALE OR RENT. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 225 ST. PAUL STREET, Send for BALE AND RENTAL BULLETIN (free by mail), CONTAINING LIST OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE AND RENT BY ITS MEMBERS. FOR SALE OR RENT 3023 W. NORTH AVE JOHN G. SCHWIND, 3Q2 Fidelity Bldg. 7-7t FOR SALE OR RENT. 516 PARK AVENUE, Lot SO by 176. Fine, Large Rooms. Will Lease for Term of Years. P. C. DUGAN & NEPHEW, 16 E. Lexinaton St. REAL ESTATE OF EVER? DESCRIPTION IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, STATE AND COUNTRY.. MA L RICE LAUPHEIMER. s7-tf Calvert Building. Sixth Floor, WAREHOUSE PROPERTY. WANTED WAREHOUSE, with cellar; 10,000 to l,us.u square teet. 1. u. WOOJJa & CO. 515 Continental Building. It WAREHOUSES. FACTORIES. Number of improved and Unimproved Larize Pron- ciLxtrB, vtxLU aier Html uiiu I all iu.uxixl.xea. dl2-tf WM. MARTIEN & CO.. 15 South st, FOR SALE Valuable Warehouse Property in fee; umiiuuic luuauuu, vilix 1a.11 juuiiitls; wpifnaifl opportunity tor sate investment. WILLIAM A. BUHM1UT, BZ!)-ai Law Budding. m7-lm FOR RENT WAREHOUSES, FLOORS, FAC- TOxtlE. P. K. WALSH, m7-3t 2QO East Lexington street. FIVE-STORY WAREHOUSES 111 N. GAY ST ana iu r .i-.iu.kil iv r. Easy terms. m7-4t FOR SALE. A Barsrain NOS. SIT TO K2S W BALTIMORE STREET, improved by a Six-Story WAREHOUSE, known as the Central Storage Warehouse: lot 86.6' by 168'. throutrh to German street. Apply to CAUGHY. HEARN & UAKIUK. 3a Central Savings Bank Building, southeast corner Charles and Lexington sts. 27-lm FOR RENT Three GROUND FLOORS, with Basements : centrally located : have 3.500. 7 000 and 10.000 amiare tept. pnch with hpnt. nnH nnwi. if desired. Apply to HEJNRx SMITH. JR.. 113 Hanover street, aeventn r ioor- ne-lm 112114 S. CALVERT ST. FOUR-STORY MODERN WAREHOUSE. About Completed. Rent $1,000 per annum. AL.EA. 1EAKLKI & SON, m4-10t CHARLES AND LEXINGTON STS. 225 W. SARATOGA ST.. near Howard, build ing 33x1110 teet; COK.NER BOND AND THAMES STS.. buildine 25x60 feet: also. NORTH ST., near Centre, running through to noiiiaay st. ; very low rent. C. MORTON, Both Phones. 2 St. Paul street WHARF PROPERTY. FOR. SAIiE T-OrrST J?OTN"P V tTF.I) iTIXT li. ifill O. K. It. , iSEAR W ABASH TERMINAL: 151 feet front, about 1.300 fpct. aeep to pierneaa line. u. UxiAa. uuiUEH & CO., 81K. North High street. m8-lm FOR SALE WHARF PROPERTY, FOOT OF CROSS STREET, SOUTH SIDE OF BASIN. ABOUT 2SO FEET WIDE BY 450 FEET LONG TO BULKHEAD, WUH TWO PIERS EXTENDING OUT FROM BULKHEAD 210 AND 230 FEET. C. M. & L. B. BEEDER, f!7-lm 5QO East Hughes street. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN. FOR SALE HANDSOME RESIDENCE, on Roland avenue, Roland Park. f21-lm Address L 565. Sun office. FOR SALE AT GOVANSTOWN (5c. car fare) COl l AGE, WITH ALL UO.WE.N-IENCES AND ONE ACRE OF GROUND: a bargain. Addres3 C Q5T. Bun office. FOR SALE Modern COTTAGE, 1353 YORK ROAD, 14 rooms; ail latest conveniences; lot 50x250 with larife Stable: 5c. car fare. MER- RIKEN & MERRIKEN, lOO East Lexington street. r on premises. f23-lm FOR RENT, FURNISHED Dnl.nrl Pork T? 1 1 1 11T1 M'II,t W 11 1 , III (r. .11 Q, 1 (1 brook. Pikesville, Monte'rej- Buena Vista. WHITE & THOMPSON, m6-tf 1 Q4 East Lexington street. FOR RENT COUNTRY PLACES, by season or year: all attractive ana conveniently located. Appfyto COLUMBUS O'D. LEE. Mt. Vernon 5484. Stock Exchange Bldg. FOR SALE A beautiful COTTAGE AND LOT, on Paradise lane, near rederick road ; 11 rooms, bath, electric lights, etc, LOUIS CASSARD. JR., 11 E. Lexington st. FOR RENT Suburban FURNISHED TEN- ROOM COTTAGE, all conveniences; near car line: nrice 1200 for season. Annlv at Fid A. HARWOOD AVENUE, Govanstown. m6-tu.th.su3 FOR RENT Nine-room COTTAGE; all conven iences: uixon i-am. Mt. wasnmgton. Apply to W. SfARR GEPHART. 35 E. North ave.6-eo3 FOR RENT BEAUTIFUL PLACE, N. C. R. R. ; A a i ht-ici-H walCI , 17 UIIIIIALCBft i.1 1UI I.,- I1H 705 FIDEDITY BUILDING. ra6-3t WANTED Beveral ACRES WELL-TIMBERED JuANiJ on water front, lor shore purposes, close to Baltimore : both rail or tmllev and irnod marl . give location and cash price. Address POSTOF f lUE riOA Ta. , m7-3t WANTED TO RENTV-HOUSE in--Walbrook or Tr Ta.l- . . x.1 ble party. Address T 51. Sm office. m6-3t WANTED TO RENT OR BUY 3 TO 5 ACRES t . t . . ..... ,1 ... 1 . i. : . : i n. . . r. r li- .ix,iti..tt. ti i until uiiic i.. v. ii. iv. trr uest- ern Maryland. Address T 1)12, Sun.m5-m,w,th3 WANTED UNFURNISHED COTTAGE, in sub urbs or county; about, nine rooms; modern con-veniences; permanent. P 88. Sun office. m6-3t WANTED TO RENT Reasonable DWELLING, suburbs or country, near cars; terms, location, reference. Address N i. Sun office. m7-3t 4 ACRES, with beautiful COTTAGE, at St. Ueorges, W, M. R. K., la miles from city; convenient to electric and steam cars: fine water, shade, shrubbery, etc. ; modern conveniences. V. 41UKTU., Both Phone 09 St. Pftul street. REAL, ESTATE SUBURBAN. AT A REASONABLE PRICE, on the Harford , road, 5c. car fare, a TRACT OF 45 ACRES; best offering on tie market for development. C. MORTON. Roth Phones. 20l St. Paul street. FOR SA LE Eisjht-room COTTAGE and HALF-ACRE LOT; Carriage House. Stable and Chicken House; fruit, shade and grains; a complete suburban home, near Relay Station ; car fare 6 cents by commutation. HULL'S SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE AND LAW OFFICES, 211 North Calvert street. FOR RENT FURNISHED PRIVATE RESIDENCE, FOR SUMMER: all modem conveniences; plenty stable and carriage room; bijtt-rr, milk, eggs and vegetables; Furnished, if desired; Green Spring Valley, five minutes from Rogers Station; high elevation. Address CHRISTIAN DEV-RI ES, Stevenson, Md. rn8-3t FOR SALE PRETTY SUBURBAN HOME. COS DUMBARTON AVE., cor Old York road; lot 0x150; in fee or subject to ground rent; Lawn, Fruit, Shade, Stable, etc.; all city conveniences. Address J J G2. Sun office. m8-th,sa,su,tu8t FOR SALE Modern 11-room COTTAGE; good Outbuildings; live acres of land, with plenty fruit; at l'arkville, on new Harford road car line; cheap if sold at once. MRS. A. EBELING, 2 West Lombard street- "l8-? FOR SALE A CHOICE LOT ON ELMHURST ROAD. Address K 13, Sun office. m8-tf HANDSOME SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT, Furnished or Unfurnished: Emory Grove trolley; shade and fruit trees; Ml acres. Address Dr. Mansfield, 12 S. Broadway. WANTED TO BUY On easv terms, an eight or nine-room SUBURBAN COTTAGE, near car line; state terms and location. Address N ISO. Sun office. mS-3t WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE IN THE SUBURBS, with some ground attached; rent about $30 to $35. Address N 8Q7, Sun office. m3-2t CALL AND SEE WHAT I HAVE IN BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE AT glO CASH AND $5 MONTHLY. We assist you to build. m8-th,f,su,m4t J. S. HULL, 211 N. Calvert st. LIBERTY ROAD AND MONTGOMERY AVE.; all modern conveniences; 21 rooms; OAKLAND AVE. AND YORK ROAD; fine location: 15 rooms. C. MORTON. Both Phones. 200 St. Paul street. FOREST PARK. WE ARE READY FOR SPRING WITH PLENTY OF COTTAGES ready for Immediate occupancy, containing every modern convenience, water, gas and electric lights. BUY A HOME IN A SUBURB that is not an experiment, but a permanent success. Come out and inspect our cottages. Terms to suit every purchase!. FRANK H. CALLAWAY, f28-lm Forest Park. SPRING HILL SUBURBAN HOMES, ARLINGTON AVE AND OLD YORK BOAIX GAS, WATER. 5-CENT CARFARE. DRAINAGE. BALTIMORE COUNTY TAXES. ONLY 22 MINUTES TO CITT HALL. TAKE YORK ROAD CARS. COTTAGES FOR SALE OR RENT. Applv to JOHN J. RINGGOLD. ON PREMISES. WALBROOK LAND CORPORATION We are now offering our property for sale in lots as desired, and will improves them to suit purchasers on reasonable terms. No one can afford to purchase in the suburbs without inspecting: our property. Call for particulars. Office on the ?round at Windsor Mill road and Garrison avenue. City offices, 127 and 129 East Fayette street (Equitable Building) . A DESIRABLE COTTAGE ONBELLONA AVE.. NEAR GITTINGS AVE 15 rooms (with Bath). Lot 84x340 deep. FRONTS ON TWO AVENUES. Has Stablej Carriage and Chicken House. Also W indmill. Fruit and Garden. Price, $.5,500. on Easv Terms. LYCETT STATIONERS, 311 N. Charles st. DARBYSHIRE. DARBYSHIRE. FOR SALE-Choice VILLA SITES of one acre or more, fronting on Park Heights ave.. between the Maryland Country Club and the Suburban Club, and opposite the residences of Messrs. Ingram. Fenton, Sherwood and other prominent citizens. Apply to owners, MESSRS. BOLGIANO & SKINNER. ja6-6m 805 and 807 Calvert Buildina. WALBROOK I will buy COTTAGES. BUILDING LOT3 and FARMS in and around Walbrook. If yoa have anything for sale, write or call to see me. JOHN J. WATSON. AttorneT-at-Law. 73 to 7GU Calvert Building, yir evenings, n-nta uiirton ave.. walbrook. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT. WM. R. DORSET. Law and Real E.tata. f50 Enuitable Bids. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SUBURBAN BEAUTY, just completed, decorated by Dieter and charmingly located on park drive, with every convenience, apply on premises, GREEN-SPRING AND ROGERS AVES. or SIDNEY E. WALZL. 2Q West Lexington street. fl5:lm SOME VERY DESIRABLE COTTAGES at Catonsville for sale or rent, and for rent furnished. Isaac Coale, Jr.. & Co.. 505 American Bldg. Or to H. C. Andrea, 018 Frederick ave., Catonsville. FOR SALE Four COTTAGES, on Belvien ave.. West Arlington; separately or as an entirety. Desirable COTTAGE, on Reisterstown road, near Wylie ave., adjoining Southern Methodist Church ; in fee : lot 50x250. Small COTTAGE, with stable in rear. Park Heights ave., between Kate and Wylie aves. ; in fee. GEO. H. EVANS. 910 N. Currollton ave. FOR SALE. A HIGHLY CULTIVATED TRUCK FARM, with improvements, located on the Belair road three-quarters of a mile from electric cars. For terms apply at LAW BUILDING, Ro-im No. 4. m7-7t JOHN F. GONTRUM. FOR SALE Handsome COTTAGE in the most desirable section of Walbrook; comer lot. J. HARRY IGO, m7-3t . Maryland Trust Building. FOR RENT COTTAGE AND GROUNDS. Paradise, Catonsville: 5 acres; 12 rooms, stable, etc. (carriage required) ; season or year. G. A. OGLE. 242J Madison avenue. f22-lm WANTED TO RENT 10-room House, conveniences, suburbs: immediate possession. C 3G. Sun office. REAL ESTATE COUNTRY. WANTED From May tUl November, a COUNTRY HOUSE. with two bathrooms and modern conveniences; not more than half an hour from town or 10 minutes' walk from a station on Northern Central Railway. Address H 161, Sun office. m8-2t WANTED TO BUY OR RENT 15 TO lOO ACRES, with Improvements, within 15 miles of Baltimore; convenient to steam or electric road. Address B 155, Sun office. mS-3t WANTED 5 OR lO ACRES, with small Honse and Stable, on Harford road, near car line. Address Fannie A. Beckwith, 20 N. Chester st-8-3t FOR SALE OR RENT lO-ACRE FARM. Carriage House, Stable and Dwelling, near Elk-ridge Station; terms to suit customer. HULL'S SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE AND LAW OFFICES, 211 North Calvert Btreet. m8-th,f,8n,m4t FOR RENT TWO FARMS, 70 and 150 acres. Eler-enth district, Baltimore county. Address E. A. DAY, It Upper Falls. Md. REAL ESTATE! REAL ESTATE! REAL E3-TAT! Do you want anything in my line? J am your agent; use me. M. C. PAINE. m2-lm Owings Mills. IF YOU WANT A GOOD COUNTRY HOUSE CHEAP I have U-room COTTAGE, hot and cold bath, furnace, stable and hennery. 2 acres: 7 minutes from R. R. station : 23 cents daily round trip; stores, churenes, scnoois near; price S3.009; can be bouoht on easy terms. VV. B. BENNETT. 225 Law Building. m7-lm FARM FOR RENT, 12 miles from city, Harford road. MRS. BLANDIN. m7-2t Greenwood. Baltimore county, Md. FARMS AND COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE; also. Country Places for rent; Furnished or Un- ( i .n i . i'iI ThTj GPBajvn rvr rfinr- aitnatorl i tt 1 ' tt , ..... Grove car line, between Pikesville and Glvndnn. M. C. PAINE, Owings Mills. f22-lm FOR RENT . .... A i ARM Oi' 70 AtKts. m nigh state of cultivation, with good buildings and plenty of fruit. Apply to ; JT WM, SAUTER, niBtt woomawn, raitimore county. ON HAMPTON ROADS, CONVENIENT TO JAMESTOWN EXBOSITIOIf. LARGE HOUSE, 22 rooms, partially Furnished; hot-water heating: suitable for high-class Boarding House; 11 acres of land attached; Stable; Boating, Fishing, Bathing, Gunning; trolley line passes door; all cities oa ot near Hampton Roads, of easy access. JAS. M. CUMMING, Agent, FARM FOR SALE Small Farm, near Parkton. JS. U. tty., or wouxix iiui&e goou summer nome for city man; good buildings; easy terms. JNO. D. BYRD, Room T, 213 Courtlaud street, m6-7t FOR RENT GLENMONT. That beautiful Coun try Home, siiuatea on lue naitimore ana Uhia railroad 15 minutes' walk from Bartholow'a Station, for the summer months or by the year. Vn, fi.rthpr Tiariticulars. address LOUIS F. OB. TRICK, 808 Maryland 1 rust BuUaing. f23-Im GREAT BARGAIN 310-Acre (highly cultivated) Truck Karm; 16 miles shell road to Baltimore; ' nr. Odenton, P. R. R.; Annapolis June. B. St . a ..!...,.;.. wnA.i 1 l ... ; i t i . J. ano. proposeix ci-rvi-iiTj iwt.h, sum x uiiic iu rurt-lan'd or Admiral, A.. W. & B. R. R. ; large dwelling TT.T.Arit hams for 12 horses, all needed outbltlff. . . . . . . ; i 1 1 - . . 1 DP.VT A good UAIitr ak-m xdo acres, aajoimng ia .3 : -. ; i ' ...... I.iir.-.n nn-iniTti VI ill 1. 1 1 .1 (In i-t . . brook, on Western Marjiand railroad; possession -f28-eolm Aim aivert Dunging. SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. DAIRY AND STOCK FARMS. SUBURBAN RESIDENCES. bEVEltAxj ViAlt.-rnu.i x-.in.--.ij. MOORE & WALTON, Carroll Building. Baltimore and Light streets. GROUND RENTS. MORTGAGES. FOR SALE Two new $75 5-YEAR GROUND KKVis: well secureu uy inrve mree-siorv, moa-ern DwdlingS. S. T. RICHARDS. m8-3t 1QQ5 W7est Baltimore street. FOR SALE In Highlandtown, GROUND RENTS X W : , . ..-.-! - . ;.. C ,. .... 1 , . ana 1 1 ' 1 1 I , 1x1 tec t n mill ((luuuu It-Hi Ay. dress Fapnie A. Beckwith. 2-3 N. Chester st-8-3t " WANTED TO BUY One large or several small IRREDEEMABLE GROUND RENTS; give particulars. Address J 62, Sun office. mS-Im I WANT TO 3UI GROUND RENTS. MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGE . - SAMUEL BEALMEAR, ' 110-lm Room 1. Calvert Building. FOUR 5-YEAR RENTS OF 48 EACH, Nos. . 257. 51) and 61 S. Caroline st. and No. 36 3. Rchroedor str imDrovements. 3-str.rv I irpllinn-s . price, 54. 1-lve 15-JbAK KKMS OF S,z,7 EACH. Nos. 1301. 3. 5. 7 and 9 N. Port st. - ir.,. provementa, 2-story Dwellings; price, 5, CHA.S W. KLIPPER, 12 E. Lexington st. Phonea. 8-3t FOR SALE $30 GROUND RENT, redeemable at 5 per cent.; also, 2 Irredeemable GROUND RENTS Of $56. SAMUEL BEALMEAR m6 t Room 1 Calvxt iioiidii. dairy pump, hennery, spring and constant stream: pos. a't once. C. N. RoKnson & Bro. , 1Q.S S. Fred k.
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