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TO BEGIN ERECTION
OF NEW STRUCTURE
Prominent New York and
Washington Men Form
TO HAVE 310 ROOMS
Present Hostelry Was Built
Before Outbreak of Civil
The old Hamilton Hotel, which
stood on the site of the northeast
corner of Fourteenth and K streets
northwest since before the civil
war is being rased and the construction
of a new hotel on this
site will be started at once.
Will Be Elma Stories.
The new Hamilton will cover the
entire street corner, consisting of
about 15,000 square feet, fronting
147 feet on Fourteenth street, by,
102 feet on JC street. It will be an
11-story structure of reinforced concrete,
fireproof construction, containing
310 rooms and 310 baths.
Every room will be an outside room,
assuring ample light and air. It
will be handsomely equipped and
furnished. The hotel will be operated
under a New York management
and will supply a permanent
need of the traveling public and
of the City of Washington.
The property is owned by the
Hamilton Hotel Corporation. The
following constitute its board of directors:
Albert Keller, director general
Ritz-Carlton Hotel System. New
York; Peter A. Drury, president'
Merchants Bank, Washington; Ezra |
Gould, president Mechanics Savings
Bank, Washington; Hon. W. Gwynn
Gardiner, attorney, and former
Commissioner of the District of Columbia;
Theodore L. Weed, vice
president Commonwealth Finance
Corporation, of New York, and former
director of the United States
Government Postal Savings Bank,
and William A. Mills. Washington
representative Commonwealth Finance
Corporation of New York.
Te Be C#satniete4 fa 1922.
The construction of the building
will be completed about March, 1922.
J. H. de Sibour 1s the architect in
charge of the construction. The
firm of Barnet Phillips and Company.
furniture engineers, of New
York, have charge of the furnishing.
equipment and decoration of the
A first mortgage of $1,200,000 on
this property has been underwritten
by the F. H. Smith Company.
FOR SINGLE HOMES
Salisbury Company Reports |
Sale of Eight Dwellings
Increased activity in real estate!
circles is shown by the report from '
the N. L. Sansbury Company, Inc., j
of eight residential properties sold j
during the past week, the total consideration
amounting to consider- |
ably over $60,000.
Property at 1346 Perry place was
sold for John E. Magers to Henry
L. Jennings. This is a 2-story brick j
home, containing six rooms and '
bath. hot-water heater. * electric
lights and other attractive features.
Samuel R- Beard purchased from
Mrs. Sue B. Pyle her detached frame
residence, 4800 Iowa avenue northwest.
This home contains six
rooms and bath; all modern improvements.
and has a built-in
The detached frame dwelling at
207 Sheridan street northwest was
sold for Charles E. Wire, Inc., to
Joseph Loveless. The home contains
eight rooms and bath; has
all modern improvements, and is situated
on a large lot.
Mrs. Delia G. Smallwood sold her
2-story brick residence, 820 Kennedy
street, containing six rooms
and bath, with modern improvements.
to Mrs. Nora T. Torpy. The
new owner is now in possession.
An attractive little frame bungalow
in Cottage City. Md., was sold
to N. Edmonston Reynolds for Mrs.
Anna M. Harlow. This bungalow |
fs situated on a large lot, and has
James L. Oney sold his home. 123
Randolph street northwest, to Henry
W. Winter. This house is semidetached
and contains eight rooms
and bath, with all modern improvements.
Property at 2909 Thirteenth street
northwest, was sold for Mrs. Lizzie
A. Rosefy to Charles Fahy. This
property contains ten rooms and
bath; has all modern Improvements
and garage. The new owner has
moved into the same.
Bessie S. Campbell purchased
from Charles E. Wire. Inc., an unimproved
lot on Laurel avenue. Takoma
Park. The purchaser intends
building upon his property.
FROM MEXICO DROP
According to Association of Producers
of Petroleum in Mexico, indicated
shipments of the Mexican
Eaale Company for July, based on
actual snipments to crate, are approximately
750,000 barrels as compared
with average monthly shipments
of about 2.200,000 barrels for
past six months. Corona Company
has been shipping during present
month at the rate of about 165,000
barrels, against average or approximately
540.000 marrels a month
for past half year. Shipments of
| Atlantic Gulf Ooll Company averaged
approximately 1.250.000 a month for
the period as against indicated shipments
of 215.000 barrels for July.
Island Oil and- Transport Corporation
shipments will probably total
17l,0#0 barrels for July, as compared
with average of >15.000 barrels
for first six months; while
Texas Company, which has averaged
about 1.160.000 barrels of crude
wl exports a month for six-month
period, has thus far made no shipments
at all during present month
Work will start soon on the
ing at Fourteenth and K streets.
District. It will be an eleven stc
IN SALES FIELD
New Houses in Fourteenth!
Street Highlands Are
D. J. Dunigan reports continued
activity in the sales of new houses.
During the past week in Fourteenth
Street Highlands, the semi-detached
house at 1346 Longfellow street was
sold to Leonard M. Biggs. This is
one of the popular four-bedroom
houses recently completed by Dunigan.
Phillip and Caroline Nicholson
also purchased In Fourteenth
Street Highlands a house at 5504
Thirteenth street. This house has
In Dunigan's Petworth operation
house No. 4124 Third street was
sold to Joseph Dyer, jr. This house
is in a row of fifteen houses recently
finished, of which only a few remain
unsold. These houses are attractively
arranged. On the first floor
there is a reception hall, jiving room,
dining-room, kitchen, pantry and
breakfast poroh; on the second floor
are four large bedrooms, ample closets,
bath, and a double sleepingporch.
The cellar extends the full
length of the house and it contains
the heating plant, laundry and serv- |
Real Estate Transfers.
N of Hunt pi, e of 42d ne, sq 5094.
lot 86. Hillbrook?Otway B. Zantzinger
et ux. Sarah C.. to Samuel
Zanoff et ux, Helen, $10.
Grant st ne. bet 44th and 46th
sts. sq 5130. lots 39, 40 and 41. Hillbrook?Same
to Marvin A. Manser.
Marvin A. Manger et ux, Georgie
S.. conveys name property to urway
B. Zantzinger, 110.
N of Newton pi, w of 7th st nw,
sq 3033, lot 19. Whitney Close?
Mary E. Slattery et vir, John J., to
Carrie B. Harris. $10.
Monroe st ne. bet 26th and 28th.
sq 4312, lot 7. R. I. Ave Terrace?
?John Sirvert et ux. Elizabeth H.,
to Lloyd W. Maxwell. $10.
Vale, pt tract?Earl B. Culley et
ux, Ella, to Edith B. Culley, *2,000.
Jay st ne, n of Grant st. sq 5214,
lots 32 and 31. Burrville?Stance J.
Trotter et al. to Leander W. Hayes.
404 and 406 Fla ave nw. sq 507.
I lots 42 and 43?Washington Loan
hand Trust Co.. trustee, to Catherine
J. Lynch. $6,000.
S of Kearney st. e of ISth st ne,
sq 4141, lot 15, Addition to Brookland?Frank
B. Casey et ux. leathering
E.. to Milford G. Davis et ux,
1515 5th st nw. sq 510, lot 24?
George W. Huguely et al, to Thaddeus
W. Moore, 110.
1251 Morse st ne, sq 4069. lot 67,
Trinidad?Mrs. J. Bettes, to Edgar
36th Pi nw, n of Edmunds st, sq
1933, lot 7?fane E. Alleman to
Juleps A. Maedel, tr, 110.
Julius A. Maedel. tr, conveys same
property to Jane E. and Roscoe H
110 Seaton pi nw, sq 3107, lot 77
?Joseph S. Reynolds to William A.
Ellicott st nw. west of 46th st;
49th st nw. south of Davenport si.
sq 1544. lots 5 and 6; sq 1492, lot 14
?Lulu T. Omwake to Marv L. Tait,
S of Jackson st, e of 18th st ne.
sq 4207, lot 17 and part 18?Harrison
M. Dixon et ux. Marguerite, to
Thomas M. Baldwin. Jr., et ux, Harriet
1878 Monroe st nw, sq 2614, lot
4 8?Frances B. Dare et al to Joseph
W. Dare. $10.
Vear 35th and Porter sts nw, sq
1956, lot 88?Allie L. Douglass to
Estelle E. Garrett, $10.
1128 B st ne, sq 987, lot 72?Jesse
M. Robertson et ux. Maggie L., to
Annie WInakur, $10.
134 M st sw. sq 597, lot 55?Louis
H. Rosenthal et ux, Ida, to Chas.
Smith et ux, Luellle, $10.
1331 Emerson st nw. sq 2807. lot
1$?Morris Hahn to Minnie it. Hummer.
California st nw, west of 18th
st 2555, part lot 18?Joseph J. Moses
et al. to Wm. G. Bedford. $10.
1204 to 1210 16th st nw, sq 182.
lots *0 to 6J ? American Security
? Tr Co, tr. to Wlnthrop M. Crane.
1204 to 1210 l?th st nw, sq 182.
lots 60 to 63?Josephine B. Craae
e*. al. to Paul F. Cain. $10.
1204 t? 1219 16th st nw, sq 18:.
lots (0 to **? Paul F. Cain to Colonial
Realty Co.. $10.
>n to Be Built at 1
erection of the New Hamilton Hotel
When complete! the hotel will be
>ry structure, containing 3iq rooms.
Racquet Club Build
I* Rapidly IN
W ashington's newest club. the.
Racquet Club, on Sixteenth street
between L and M streets, will open'
fully equipped and furnished Saturday,
October 1. 1921. The club is '
patterned after clubs hearing the
same name In New York. Philadelphia
and Boston, ail extremely
popular and successful.
To?i Bones, of the Harry Ward- I
man organization. In direct charge1
of construction of building. under!
direction of J. H. de Sibour. architect.
ha9 about completed his task j
and will turn the building ovar |
to the furnishing engineers, the I
Barnet Phillips Company of New1
York, on August 15.
John M. Blddle, for many years
manager of the Metropolitan Club,
has been selected for position as I
manager. Blddle Is now on a trip '
of Inspection ~ln connection with I
equipment already purchased.
Room. f?r Nonresidents Ala*.
I1 Ifty per cent of club sleeping
r?oms. of which there are 115. will
be reserved for nonresident members
and guests. Several members
of Congress and members of the
niplomatic Corps will be located In
the club just as soon as It la ready |
for occupancy. Many bachelor members
of the club have already reserved
J M. Carlisle, chairman committee
on sports, has announced the
engagement of the well known
squash-racquet Instructor, Otto
Clockler. formerly with the Boston
Athletic Association. Gtockler
Will start his classes October 1.
1921. Carlisle has a complete program
of sports for the fall and
TEMPERANCE DA Y
AT CAMP MEETING
ROCKVILLE. Md., July 30.?The .
annual Temperance Day of the
Washington Grove Camp Meeting:
was observed today, the Ifontgomery
County Woman's Christian I
Temperance Union and the Montgomery
Anti-Saloon League uniting
with the Camp Meeting Association
in celebrating the occasion. Morning.
afternoon and evening sessions
Representative W. n. Upshsw. of
Georgia, was the speaker of the
morning: Roy A. Ha.vnes. United
States Commissioner of Prohibition,
delivered the principal afternoon address.
while George W. Crabbe. superintendent
of the Maryland AntiSaloon
League, spoke this evening.
Addresses were also delivered during
tlif day by Edward C. Dunford.
prominent anti-saloon league worker.
and others. Music was furnished
by a large choir under the direction
of Prof. Adam Geibel. the blind
composer, of Philadelphia, who is in
Charge of the music throughout the
ROCKVILLE, Md.. July SO.?Under
the auspices of the HendersonSmith-Edmonds
Post, of the American
Legion, of this place, a carnival
was held this evening on the
grounds adjoining the high school
A feature was a danceln the high
school building. In charge of a committee
consisting of Brownell Riggs.
Warner Pumphrey and George Peter.
The carnival was In charge of a
committee of which Robert L. Tolson
was chairman. ?
The American Indians made flour
from the rootstalks of the common
cattail. Prof. Claasscn, of Cornell
University, declares that cat-tall
flour Is a satisfactory partial substitute
for wheat flour In breadmsklnr.
6wn Your Home?
Salte AST. Wao4war4 Bite.
THOJ- E. JARRCM,
,,,, T'f. *e?lt?r
Who specializes i? City and
Suburban Homes can show you
how to own your own home
If you are in the market to
Ly i1.*1" P*y you to consult
ay sales de
I WAY FOB
OF REALTY BOARD
Extend Invitation to Allied
Business Men to
The, Real Estate Board yeaterday
planned .a two weeka' drive to increase
membership. A special commute*
was appointed to take
charge of the work of recruiting
The personnel of the committee
follows: Joseph A. Herbert. R. I>
McKeever. David E. Barry. H. Gltnn
Phelps. Thomss E. Jarrell, H. Latane
Lewis, W C. Miller. H. C
Bangs, Morton J. Luchs, William S.
Phillips. Robert C. Howard and W.
L Miller. A systematic campaign
has been mapped out and the work
will be started tomorrow.
Mew Admit Olnnrm.
Under the reorganization membership
is now extended to salesmen
in the offices of active members,
allied businesses and professions,
and property owners. These
new classes will be especially developed
by this committee, as it is ?
desirable to broaden the activities
of the board along: the lines out- 1
lined In the reorganization. With ?
the larger membership and <he new
responsibilities, the board will rank
with other leading civic organizations
and much good Is expected to ;
be accomplished for the city In gen- j
eral and the real estate Interests
especially. * *
A very interesting booklet, out- "
lining the alms and purposes of the
board has been issued for dlstrlbutton
among realtors and prospeo- ,
The booklet enumerates a list of
reasons for Joining the board.
Among the reasons cited are:
"It is a co-operative organization c<
for the advancement and protection ?
of real estate Interests.
"It endeavors to protect Its members
and the public In general from el
nonethical practices of irresponsl- T
"It alms to eliminate the unll-!
"It is the only organization that !
the property owner(can look to for b
COUNTY MEDICOS j;
HOLD CONVENTION I
ROCKVILX.E, Mrt. July 30? p
With twenty physicians of this a
county and the District of Colum- a
bia in attendance, the midsummer s
meeting of the Montgomery Coun- s
ty Medical Society was held In the h
library hall. at Chevy Chase, with n
Dr.- Thomas K. Conrad, of Chevy e
Chase, host. a
Dr. J. W. Chappell. of Tenleytown.
presided. Dr. Hubert Work. r
president of the American Medical ,
Society, delivered an address on
The Medical Society;" Dr. A. C. 0
Christie, of Washington, discussed c
"X-Ray Treatment of Cancer." and ^
Dr. Thomas A. Williams, of Wash- g
ington. spoke on "Psychothcraphy. f
Former Fredericksburg I
Man Drowns in Pond j,
- j s
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. July c
30.?Information has been received J c
here of the drowning in Bennets- I
vllle. 8. C.. of B. F. Whltner. while | f
he was bathing In a pond. His ^
body was recovered
Mr Whltner was a former resi- g
dent of this city, having been in 2
business here some years ago, leav- ^
Ing here for Rennetsville. He married
Miss Eva L*wis. a dauchter of George
Washington Lewis. of ^
Spotsylvania County, near Fred
ericksburg. Surviving are hia wife,
one Son and two daughters.
Business Man Fined , \
Under Dry Law ^
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. July JO. j f
?J. G. Ballard, of Charlottesville, ^
who was arrested In this city for j
having in his automobile twelve
gallons of brandy In fruit Jars and s
jugs, was tried before Justice W. II. j
Embrev. who levied a tine of JJ00 (
and costs. A number of prominent f
citizens testified to Ballard's good
character as a prominent business
At the conclusion of the trial the
entire twelve gallons of rare apple
"brandy were poured out on the
ground in the rear of the court
house by Officers Tansill and Stona.
This ceremony was witnessed by a
large and Interested crowd.
Widowof Jack Fall
Gets Interior Office
On the eve of his departure for
a tour of inspection of project* of
the Interior Department In the southwest,
Secretary Albert B. Fall announced
the appointment of Elfego
Baca a New Mexican lawyer, as chief
Inspector of theDepartment of Interior,
and Mrs. Jack Morgensall.
also of New Mexico, as chief of the
Bureau of Indian Affairs of the Department
located at Albuquerque.
Mrs. Morgensall i* the widow of the
late Jack Fall, a son of the Secretary
who died several yeara ago.
Jht Room House in I
)NT, VA. I
latk Gat Elec. I
Pipcles* Heater I
irroanding Entire Howe I
JICK SALE I
t of $300 Dow.
10 Per M?t)>
ithin 30 Days I
819 15th St. N. W.
. TO MAIQ
14th and K.
I on the site of the present buildone
of the most modern in the
r Wardman and
winter seasons. A shooting preserve
has been leased, located on
Wicomico River, Charles County.
Md., and is easy of access by excellent
auto road. Outside tennis
courts will be In readiness for the
summer of 1922.
At a meeting: of the board of
managers held yesterday thlrty-flve
new members were elected. The
life membership limited to 100 1?
closed. The resident limit of 600
has been reached and a waiting
Col. Henry May. president, announces
the following standing
Executive committee: J. H. de
Sibour. chairman: Comdr. E. A. Mitchell,
John M. Riddle. William S
Reyburn, E. B. Eynon, Jr. Finance
committee: 8. J. Henry, chairman:
Brit ton Browne. Harry Wardman.
Nominating committee: G. Bryan
Pitts, chairman: Ezra Gould. Dr.
Reginald Walker. Neyle Colquitt R
W. Boiling. J. H. de Sibour. William
P. Meredith. S. J. Henry. John
M. Riddle. Sports committee: J.
M Carlisle, chairman; Nelson Perln
Walter B. Howe. Cuthbert Brown!
William A. Slater.
Board of managers to serve for
one year after club opens: Col
Henry May. president; J. Henri de
Sibour. vice president: William 8.
Reyburn. vice president; S. J.
Henry, treasurer: George A. Garrett,
secretary: John M Biddle.
Capt. E. W. BonnafTon. I". s. !*.:
Britton Browne. E. B. Evnon Jr
Henry P. Fletcher. Eldrldge E.' Jordan.
Isaac T. Mann. William P.
Meredith, comdr. E. A. Mitchell
Hemlng NewJ>old, J. P. Story Harry
Wardman. H. H. Westcott. Gen C
G. Williams, U. S. A.; Donald Woodward.
/. F. MAURY SELLS
LOTS TO A. LISNER
Two lots at the west side of
Sheridan circle were purchased last
week by A. Usner. proprietor of the
Palais Royal department store.
Usner will erect his new home on
the new site.
The property, which has a fronta<r>.
of seventy-five feet on the circle
and fifty feet on Massachusetts
avenue, was sold to Usner by Mrs.
O'Meara. of Boston. Mass. The purchaser
was represented in the transaction
by John F. Maury, and the
seller by Brown, of the office of
Fitch, Fox and Brown.
The site contains 10.294 square
feet of land, situated in one of the
city's most exclusive residential sections.
not far from the home of
former President Wilson on 8 street.
A number of other sales were
arranged through Maury's office this
week, bringing the total transactions
Lieut. Comdr. J. Douglas Jones.
IT. 8. N? acquired the residence at 7
West Magnolia parkway. Chevy
Chase. Md., owned formerly and
built by George F. Mikkelson. This
is a detached home of nine rooms
and two baths, with hot water heat,
gas and electricity. The lot has a
frontage of eighty feet.
The home is of the center hall
entrance type. Colonial architecture
and Is located in a wooded setting.
I This Beautiful Eij
H I Large Rooms 1
I Large Porch Almost Si
I FOR A Ql
I With a Paynes
8 Possession W
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I Room 24
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buildings adjoining The
verted into additions to meet thi
known Seventh and F streets f
specialized shops for women's
promises that these shops will b<
south of New York.
During the part two years T
possession of all properties to t!
I0MES ARE SOLD
BY W.K. HARTUNG
active Demand for City and
Suburban Residences Is
William K. Hartung reports the
ontinuance of an active real estate
larket during the summer months.
He demand being for homes of all
lasses, both city and suburban,
he sales reported are as follows:
4008 Fourteenth street northwest,
Did for Thomas F. Moore to Charlts
'ass. A modern seven-room and
ath. brick residence, with all modrn
improvements, well located In
he residential section of upper
'ourteeenth street, known as the
[attingly tract. The purchaser
uys for a home.
1005 Montana avenue northeast,
urchased by Andrew Bets from
lahlon T. and Edith R. Hill. An
ttractive suburban home of the
emibungalow type. containing
even rooms and bath, hot water
eat. electric lights, and other
lodern improvements. The proprty
is enhanced by beautiful lawns
3212 Oliver street. Chevy Ch?*?sc,
). C.. sold for Dr. end Mrs. SterIng
V. Mead to H. W. Jenks. This
eautiful property, located in one
f the best sections of Chevy Chase
rrove. is of the attractive Califorlia
iungalow type, the hous* being
paciously and charmingly aranged
with the rooms on one floor,
onsisting of eight rooms and tw-.
laths, every modern improvement,
.nd with a built-in garage below.
*he house, which is of frame and
hingle construction, is set in thenter
of two lots, giving it spaious
grounds which have been am lifled
by natural arbors, drives ani
gardens. Jenks buys for a resilenoe.
4012 Marlboro street northwest,
old for Samuel Shapiro to Samuel
toltrow. A new and modern sixoom
and bath brick home, with
lot water heat, electricity, and ?
ui'.t-in ga rage, situated near the
oldiers' Home Grounds in Pctrorth.
Zoltrow purchases for a
29 Maple street. Takoma Park.
>. C., sold for Da vM Oisboid to
'rank M and M. Elizabeth Harror.
I modern, semidetached brick resilence.
pleasantly situated in TaLoma
Park. D. C. Contains *ix
ooros and bath, and modern Imirovements.
Harron purchases for
5106 Fourteenth street northwest,
old for Mrs. Golis B. Allen to Mr*
<illie B. Wilson. An attractive, deached.
frame residence, containing;
isrht rooms and two baths, hot
! Here is a list of
j are willing' to sell a
j homes to investigat
Here is-a charming home at
It has eight rooms, two bath:
delightful sun parlor, built-in
third floor roof garden, large
hardwood floors, hardwood
water heat, French doors and
tures not usually found in
price. Owner must sell, henc<
This is a beautiful ten-roon
brick house, three stories, hot
stantaneous hot water heater
and two garages. This is a
tunity, is priced at a rock bo
This home is located on
near 13th. It has eight rooms
house with two inclosed si
hardwood floors, hot water li
lights. Lot 25 by 160. This
Our sales lists <
your service to insp<
813 15th St. N. W,
e Hecht Store '
Hecht Company are being con- (
e demands for space of the well '
inn. They will be turned into j
accessories. The management i
; the best equipped of their kind ]
he Hecht Company has acquired
lie F street corner to house the j
water heat, electric lights. and ]
well located in the Vhurban sec- >
tion known as Fourteenth Street i
609 Umont street northwest, old
for Richard F. Jone* to Tat rick H
McClune. a nix-room and bath brick I
residence, with modern improve- '
ments. situated in one of the best I
sections of Park View, Mtr the I
southeast entrance to the Soldier's 1
Home Grounds. McClune will oc- <
cupy it a* a home. <
I Only 181
41 Lots Sold ii
Several Houses Now
Bon Air is between
high elevation, and ha
is able to supply 3001<
The location of B01
buyers an investment
Xo lot has under
ground. 30 Minutes tc
Take car at 12th an
Yeitch Station, walk :
To Make a C
$ 10 Down and
H. R. HARLOW
Rooms 23 and 24,
3MES IN BES1
Houses selected cspccia
t very low prices. It wi
e these special offerings.
pre-war figure*. This prrttv
s, reception hall, *- , ?
sleeping porch. Clonal Ll,hr'
cement porches. baths, is strict!
trimming, hot has two-car pa
many other fea- $700 worth o(
houses at this . . .
: at rock bottom desirable.
This is a pi
1 and thrce-bath Heights with s
w-ater heat, in- contains ten r
, three porches, ... ,
splendid oppor- and a" moAtrn
ittom figure. cars. Low pric
Shepherd Street This is a spl.
| bath- brick has ten rooms
leaf and electric "ruction, steam
is a Tery good 'ot- Here is s
wants a home i
:ontain many other sue
petent men who know
ect them at any time.
2. WALKER &
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Transfer* of rn| estate t\im*h i
<>?c? of William 8. IHlUlii 1
40* N>w York avenue nortlweit, '
luriar the past week laclude:*'
Anthony J. Ansel mo purchased j
rom Arthur L Hayford a two- |
tory Brick house at SCOS Georgia
ivenue northwest. This ts a modern
home, having hot-water heat I
f harles K. Walker rurihiifd I
rom Louis W. Helmuth the prem- j
sea at 1342 Otis place nortlwsat. I
Thie is a modern two-story brick
louse, containing six rooms and
Ella Gerhard purchased' frsni
f. Walker the two-story, six^room
nd bath brick house at 41 I-amotir
Charles W. King purchased from
Samuel 8 Dalton the two-CamilT
l?t at 17C7 Willard street, aae
:hree-story brick residence at ISSt
rvingr street northwest. H% also
>urcbased from the office of Wfllam
8. Phillips the five-room and
>ath semi-detached brick ho?toe at
15 Todd place northeast.
George F. Lewis sold to Frank 8
Botts s six-room snd bath brick
louse st R03 C street northeM.
Mrs. Msrraret d. 8oper s?1d to
Francis A. Claveloux the pretty detached
stucco house st 1721 *t#awpence
street northeast. Thi% in m
pretty home In Brookland. < snsistln*
of seven rooms and batik
317 Fourth street southeast, sold
Tor Irwal Investor to Rupert SuPivan.
who buys for a home, a sixroom
and bath, semidetached Tratnt*
residence, excellently located near
th* Capitol and Library and House
Office Building Sullivan will occupy
It ss a home.
>n No. 1
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i Last Week!
two car lines, with a
s a water plant which
) 400 houses.
n Air gives tlie lioine
as well as a home.
6,000 square feet of
> 1 Jth and Pa. Ave.
id Pa. Ave., get olT at
1 few blocks south.
>uick Sale of
S Lots at
$5 Per Month
, Sales Manager.
819 15th St. N. W.
illy because owners
11 pay those seeking I
home iti the vicinity 01 the I
Jral ha> eight room* ami two I
ly modern in every way and
rage. Lot beautified by o\cr
shrubbery. Locality extremely H
ftty home on Mas* Avenue
plendid view ov<y the city It
Doms, bath, lavatory, porches
improvements, garage for four
* for quick sale
? - j
:ndid house in Cleveland l'ar|.
and two baths, stucco eo#1
heat, electric lights and large
i bargain for some one who
n this splendid suburb.
h attractive buying
\\ ashington are at
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