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LONDON BROKERS ANTICIPATE BOOM
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.S. WOMEN WANT
HOMES IN LONDON
AS SEASON NEARS
Reauests for Town
Houses Flood Agents;
Opening in June.
Butler in England Is Grei*
Asset to London
April 15.?Although the
London peason does not actually
begin until June. wealthy Ameri
can women are already In touch
with agents who make a specialty
of fading town houses and country
plac?? for this kind of clientele.
gome of these agents, whose
conservative methods are well
kn?irn. have b?en compelled, by
reason of the demand made by
American women in the paat, to
combine their real estate business
with that of an employment bu
reau for servants.
Americans who come in the
ready-spender class, and who feel
that they may as well splurge dur
j ing the short fashionable season
of three or four months, have be
| come enamored of that luxury of
the English rich?the all-important
butler of big end aristocratic
f butler In Englsnd is quite a
different person from his prototype
in America. He Is all-powerful in
I the household. He maintains a
dignity that many kings might
j errvy, and he rules his domain,
from servants' quarters to drawing
Lro<ftn. with the hand of a monarch,
f The American rich, particular!^
' those who prefer hotel life to the
; responsibility of big homes, have
found in the English butler a pow
erful ally In their social campaigns
in London during the height of the
, season here. After bargaining for
| one of the fine mansions of some
! member of nobility in London.
American women usually stipulate
the employment of all the house
| hold retainers.
"If I may retain the butler and
the retinue of servants. I'll take
the house.** is their usual verdict,
to the despair of the London real
estate agent, who feels this extra
request is a sort of intrusion on
the dignity of his calling.
Itleh Client* Sought.
But as rich clients are not easy
to And in these days of slack fi
nance in the aristocratic circles of
England, the agent Is compelled to
arrange th?se details of leasing
furnished homes with the fashion
The owners are always delight
ed to make such an arrangement,
for they like to keep the old serv
ants at the good wages that the
temporary American resident is
willing to pay. for many owner*
of, big London homes and estates
are glad for a time to escape the
great financial responsibilities of
keeping up such establishments ty
taking a holiday on the continent.
-If it weren't for the butler I
could not have finished the season j
in London." is the usual comment j
of American hostesses. who are i
accustomed to entertain here on a
The English butler is supreme
in the management of such a big
household. He manac^s the ser
vants. does all the ordering.
Knows Just what particulor guests
who are invited to dinner or
luncheon would like, knows Eng
lish society right side out. and is
able to Rive many valuable little
tips of advice to the temporary
St. Thomas, Apostle
Drawing of the new Church of St. Thomas, Apostle located on
Woodley road. Work on the structure will shortly be inaugurated.
Garland House at 131-133 A
Street Northeast Changes
The Garland Apartment House.
131-133 A street northeast, has
been sold through the office of j
William K. Hartung to Thomas H.
Myers for Albert E. Lewis. The
building has sixteen apartments of
five and six rooms and bath. Tfce
hotel at Hraddock Heights figured
in the exchange.
Mr. Hartung reports the greatest
demand ever experienced for prop
erties of all classes.
The sale of twelve business and
residential properties are as fol
No. 1635 Webster street north
west was sold for Charles E. Wire.
Inc., to B. W. Hefferon. This house
contains eight large rooms, two
baths. front and double rear
porches, 'sun parlor and two-car
brick garage. The construction is
brick and the property is semide
No. 2418 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest was sold for Joseph Du
gan to S. S. Montgomery. This is
a stone front residence of nine
rooms and bath.
No. 143 Rhode Island avenue
northeast was sold for Bertha M.
Barber to C. H. Muller. This Is a
corner colonal-style brick resi
dence of six large rooms and bath,
located on a triangular lot having
a splendid frontage on both Rhode
Island avenue and V street north
No. 4600 Ninth street northwest
was gold for Pumphrey and Davik
I to J- L- Simon. This is a delight
ful corner dwelling Just completed,
containing six rooms and bath,
large lot and porches front and
No. 4600 Fourteenth street north
west was sold for W. R. Schu
macker to S. Hehberger. This
is a valuable corner property of
| eight rooms and bath. It will be
i remodeled into a drug store on the
first floor and apartments above.
No. 1236 Columbia road north
west was sold for H. W. Smith to
H. B. Thuman. This is a brick
residence of ten rooms and baths
and was purchased for a home.
No. 1425 Park avenue northwest
was sold for M. E. Robinson et at
to F. W. Knight. This is a beauti
ful detached semi-bungalow style
home just off of Sixteenth street,
located in Sixteenth Stret High
lands subdivision. It contains seven
charmintr rooms and bath.
No. 117 New York avenue north
west was sold for M. B. Thuman
to Max Kamber. This is a three
story brick dwelling of eight rooms
$ Money to Loan $
OWNERS BUILDERS BROKERS
First and Second Trust Foods Now Available in Any
Amount. Immediate Consideration Given
to All Applications
CLARENCE F. WELCH
"REAL ESTATE LOAN SPECIALIST" N
717 14th St. N. W. Mam 4289
The Cheapest Lot in Chevy Chase
ONLY *3666! 24,440 SQ. FT.
15c Per Square Foot
STONC & FAIRFAX
"? *? JOHM T. ??ANY. Pr*?. / Mala 343*.
BUY RATHER THAN
RENT, SAY EXPERTS
Average Family Could Bay
Home on Easy Payment
That a family should expend
one-fourth to one-fifth of Its In
come for rent la the conclusion
reached by economic experts who
have made a eareful analysis of the
housing: situation in this country.
Figuring on this basis, which is
conceded to be conservative, the
head of a family in Washington
could invest one-fourth or more of
the monthly Income in payments on
a new home to which eventually
rfear title would be received.
If your rent has been averaging
$50 a month, it is probable that this
amount could be paid monthly on a
home. Experts say a family is
Justified in buying or building a
home which can be paid for In from
twelve to fifteen years.
For example, a home costing
95,000 on which $1,000 has been paid
down, should be paid for complete
in twelve years. That is to say, the
balance, $4,000. can be met In 144
equal monthly payments. To de
and bath. It was purchased for a
No. 728 Ninth street northeast
was sold for L. M. Rossignol to
Gertrude F. Curran. This' property
1s Improved by hot-water heat and
elfectric lights and Is nicely located
and convenient to cars and markets.
No. 3228-3230 Eleventh street
northwest was sold for Clarence
Parsley to Alfred Bucole. It will
be improved by the purchaser, one
to be occupied as shoe shop and
the other rented.
tormina the monthly payments
DHHMry to reduoa the princlpa
during thia period, divide the bal
ance, 94,000. by 144. Thla makes
the monthly payment on the prin
cipal nearly |!l a month.
Figuring Intereat at T per cent
the lirat payment la Ad*
about $14 a month for Insurance
taxes and upkeep and you have a
total of Mi ll a month. Thus you
can estimate (or youroelf whethei
a 16.000 home la too expansive (or
you to build or whether you can
afford a larger dwelling, erfya tiic
committee-on amall houses of the
American Inatitute of Archltecta.
Considering, home building from
a buelneaa Investment point of
view, it Is eaay to see that l( tn?
landlord makes money on the rent
he oharges for the privilege o( liv
ing In his house, one certainly
should be able to make money on a
home o( one'a own, provided the
home la built economically and
from the point of view o( safe in
vestment a 1*1 wiae financing.
Many (amiIlea make the mistake.
It is pointed out. o( trying to
finance a home too expensive tuf
one's Income. 0(ten grief is then
encountered In making payments.
Oftentimes the purchaser or build
er Is able to make a larger cash
payment than one-flfth down and
thua reduce the monthly payments
necessary to complete buying the
home In twelve to fifteen years.
Oae-half Mock west of Wis
coin avenue, m Fetsenden St.
Others for $1??M to $12,500.
Open AD Day Today
927 New York Ave. N. W.
Look for Oar Red Arrow Siga
ATTENTION REAL ESTATE
BROKERS AND OWNERS OF
We have a large demand^ for colored homes
and we can sell your colored property for you.
Watch the papers for the weekly sales made
through this office.
Joe C. Brown
1317 F ST. N. W.
Homes far Sale 1* Colored. Easy Payment Plaa.
The Edmonds Bldg.
91115th Street N.W.
Washington's Newest Office Building
Main 4190 1430 K St. N.W.
For Sale, Chevy Chase, Md.
New Dutch Colonial residence, unusual design and con
Situated on one of the choicest sites in this suburb, near the
Chevy Chase Club.
Large hall, living room, library, dining room, kitchen on first
floor; 3 porches, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths and servants' room and
bath second floor.
California redwood siding. First floor quartered oak,
Colonial trim, white oak staircase; second floor, select Georgia
pine, plaster patent cement unusually well applied on special lath.
Floors and walls are insulated with rubberoid.
/ ? Lot la 195x115 Feet
Garage for Two Cari
Reaalrra o.lr a small Aamt at Caaki Balaaee ?* Kaar Ttraa
Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc.
738 15th Street N. W. Mail 6839
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PHONE MAIN 33M. "*
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND?SUM or MONEY; can be bad
upon Identification. C. KNOLL, General
Delivery. Detroit. Mich T90
LOST OK STOLEN ? BBOWN LEATHER
brief cave containing Y. M. C. A. text
books; Friday night at "Y" or In vicinity
of 13th and H sta. Reward. Call Fr. 8647
210 Bye at. nw. 804
LOST?36TH INSTANT. A SHORT BLACK
ostrich featber boa. Reward. 305 The
BOYfS TO DELIVER
The Herald along
E. Capitol st.. Apply
H. C. TEMPS, 1018
K st. ne.
BARN MORE PAY AH AN AUTOMOBILE
expert; trained men are making $1,500
810.000 a jear; wa tearh you automobl
mechanics and all branches of the toustne*s
at our big modern schyol In Wa*hingtoo. the
Nation's Capital; we train you from the
(round up to be an expert, not, merely an
apprentice: r-e prepare you for a bit peyiag
job In one of the large factories. repair
shops or service stations, or to go Into besl
neks for yourself: you get practical training
from men who KNOW. Including represents
tires of the country's beat-known car*; we
give you $50 discount for prompt a< tioa to
help pay your expense* to Washington;
write or call now for PUKE booklet* ti lling
about our quality training snd your future
a* an nutomoblle expert. AMERICAN MO
TOR NCHOOIA. Dept. 183, 18th A V *t?..
Washington. D. C. 606
MARK RIG MONEY AH RKAL ESTATE
Specialist; build independent business of
your own; free Information tella how
AMERICAN BUSINESS BUILDERS, 1185-11
Broadway, New York. 777
GABDENEB. EX TEBIBNCBD; SALARY.
room a ad board. NATL PBBSON NEI.
BUREAU. 9H& Bold Bldg , 14th 4 It. Y
SHIPPING CLERK EXPERIENCED; YOUNG |
man, good opening. NAT'L PERSONNEL
BCREAl*. SOT, Bond Bldg , 14th A N Y
MAN Or ABILITY
To represent us In local territory on Stsnd
and Issues of Foreign Bonds; previous ex
perience unnecessary: liberal contract; refer,
ences required PETER WHITNEY. Msry
land Treat Ridg . Baltimore. Md 779
MEN?AOS IT In &6. EXPERIENCE UN
necessary. Travel; make secret lnffestiga
tlona. reports. Salaries; expenaes. Ameri- |
can Foreign De'ectlve Agency. 206, St. Louis
AUDITOR A*>P BOOKKEEPER; EXPERT
enced: midnie aged man only. Apply Y. M |
C. A EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT. 1788
G at. nw. 745
WANTED?FIVE YOttNO MEN OF GOOD
character. Splendid chance for advance
ment and acquiring Interest in Vapidly-grow
tag business; references required. Call Room
34. 818 lltb at , between 10 and 11:80 a. m
YOGXG MAM; GENERAL WORK . PLUMB
Ing supplies. $18 per week- Advancement
NATL PEBSONNEL BUREAU. $05 Bond
Bldg.. 11th 4 N. Y. ave 738
STENOGRAPHER; 20 TO 25 TEARS. GEN
era I office work. $30 to $38 per week.
NATL PEBSONNEL BUREAU. 805 Bond
LI6?.. 14th A N. Y. ave 736
MAM TO CLEAN SILVER; HOTEL EX
rerlence; larg? tiub; salary and meals.
NATL PERSONNEL RUREAU. 805 Bond
B-dg.. 14th 4 N. Y. ave. 674
AGENTS ? MEN. WOMEN; STARTLING |
money-making Jevice manafacturca cboco
late-coated Ice cream confection; costs about
2?#c; sell for 10c: profit* $a to 350 dally up;
outfit $35: enough free chocolate, etc., to
make 500 bar* and $50 profit in few hour*.
UNION SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING
COMPANY. 514-612 Rerrten St.. Albion.
ALL STORES BI'T SPEARMINT CI'X AND
novelty confections; make $5 daily; our
agents undersell all competition: build per
manent business up quickly. HELMET CO..
Clnn.. O. 758
AGENT*? $8 AN HOUR; NEWEST KITCH
en tool, every woman uses 30 times daily; 1
easy sellers; big profits; samples fre*. j
THOMAS MFG. CO.. 408 Camp Dayton. O
BUILD UP YOUR OWN BUSINESS; SELL
chewing gum; every storekeeper buys;
Spearmint and novelty packages: nice profit*. |
Write JOSEPH REED. 535 Walnut. Cin
AGENTS? IDEAL HAIR COMb COMBINA
tion Hair-Dryer and Curler: faat seller;
Wg profit. For partlvtUr* writ* 3AHLAND
TRADING CO.. 106 Park Row. New York.
MAKE EXTRA MONEY BULLING QUiXET
Garages; fireproof, permanent and porta
ble; If you gre selling other things to re*i
flence and nuto owners, write C. I). PRUDKN
Corp.. Baltimore. Md. 775
AGENTS? RKRR'X BBKT LINE OP POOD
Flavors, Perfume*. Soaps. Toilet Prepara
tions, etc., ever offered; no capital needed;
complete outfits furnished free to workers;
write today for full particulars. AMERI
CAN PRODUCTS CO., 5671 Amerlcsn Bldg ,
Cincinnati. Ohio. 800
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; CA
pable; good wages; references required;
no other need apply. 1600 Riggs place nw.
YOUNG LADY. OFFICE CLERK. WRITE
good hand, filing, etc.; fair salary. NAT'L
PERSONNEL RUREAU. 805 Bond Bldg..
14th 4 N. Y. ave. 784
BARN $28 WEEKLY. SPARE TIME. WRIT.
Ing for newspapers, raagaxines. Exp. nn
nec.; details free. PKESS SYNDICATE. 161,
St. Louis. Mo. 7_
YOUNG .WOMAN; FOLLOW CP ADVERT1S
Ing lehds; $18 to $20 per week. NATL
PERSONNEL BUBEAU. 805 Bond Bldg.,
I4tk 4 N. Y. nee. 738
BOOKKEEPING (8INGLE ENTRY);
plessli* personality. $20 per week. NATL
PERSONNEL BUREAU. 305 Bond Bldg..
14th A N. Y. ave. 728
P. B. X. OPERATOR; AGED 25 TO 35
yes vs. large store. $18 to $50 per week.
NATL PERRONNEL RUREAU, 305 llond
Bldg.. 14th 4 N. Y. rve. 684
STENOGRAPHER; GENERAL OFFICE
work. $75 per month. NATL PERSON
NEL BUREAU. 805 Bond Bldg;. 14th A
N. T. ave. 684
DEMONSTRATOa; SEWING MACHINES;
salary and commission. NATL PERSON
NEL BUREAU. iO5 Bond Bldg.. 14th A
K Y. nee. 674
STORE CLERK; TAKE CHARGE BRANCH
store. Good salary. NATL PERSON
NEL RUREAU. 30T, Rood Bhlg, 14th 4
N. T. Ave. 686
MANICURIST; KNOWLEDGE OF HAIR
dressing, etc. $18 to $35 per sreek. NATL
PERSONNEL BUREAU. 805 Bond Bldg,
14th 4 N. Y. Ave. 686
Malt sr FcauJe
WANTED?SOLICITORS; FUIJj OR PART
rxrEiuKxcEi' ootbl clbbk: aa*
km oploroil c. r.tfbt eler*. T, M. C. 4.
EMPLOYMENT DIPT.. '7M Q at Uw. ?T1
Wa* WANT* POBITIOK A* BO"*
iwX npn waoia oii rirT
TIMS. APPLY *. H 0. A. BIIPLOTMEIIT
DEPT.. ITU O at. ?. 1
nM. T. M. O. A. BMPLOYMENT
DEPT.. m> O ?t- wr. ?
111 DDI B AOE MAX
aa watchman. T. M. C. A. ?4PLOTBrr
m:PABTEXT. ITU 8 ?. ??
EXPERIENCED TYPIST A CLBBB
,1pm o..ltk?: $? T. M. 0. A.
BMPLOTMENT DBPT.. It* Q ??
unoLit white 'aw nw?*?" ^L '";
aa Janitor T. M O- A. BMPl?X
IIKT Dt1A?mt?T. IW ???>???
HOiiKKKKPr.HR. AccOI'TTANTS. AI7PI
ton at jour a?rrie.: *1 oa
want. awl w? *t? orw-?tlT ill '***
J(AT*I. PERSONNEL BUB.. *? Bood Bid*,
14th a?4 W T ?W Hi* *** ***
cfiAi-rrei'K desire* iwnw 7 "J1
private part? T tailcah cn?jaW. ?;
C A. EMIM/OTMENT DEPABTMfc.N. IT*
0 at. aw
FIRST-CLASS APTO U?""**' *t*
portion T. X. 0. A. EMPLOYMENT DE
PARTMENT. IT* O ?t- w
coon bxoinbbb oniRB* porttio*
?if rhmmrr for ><iM>WWt, T. U. C.
A. nirLOTMINT DIPABTMIN1. 0
H mm- =?
WANTUM-'HIIiDUCS'l EBWING; 8MOCK
ins a ar?e<laMy; expert dre**makt?f.
MUB. DAILY. 14? C at. ae. LA?* fit
orwm in or tub i^KO?iT~c5iiMiroo:
fal fwitrti In Um% warn our persomj*
aarrw. they ha?a tasted Iteod ta*w I?
*??Hf?- ft la also at rear *mca. Joat emu
??to ?44 NAT*L. PBBJOXNEL BCBEAC.
in Bob4 BUf . 14th A ?. 1. HI.
LAUNDRESSES. WAIT* ESSES. WORSES
public help ?nppU.d free POLLERS
pw, Wet an* IK' Mth at. *44
TWO DES1RABLB LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
mama, flrla preferred; reaaouble. Lincoln
?T?TJ _ -
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
kcepfac: hath; all convenience* dir.
lun.hla ^1-1. : *H_
TWO VERY ATTRACTIVK ^
,1. aid twla bed.; centrally looted
Phone Main ?TQ3. Apartaiwlt C.
1*T 14TH HT. K.W.-S LIGHT HOUSE
kceplna room* fnrnlahod rnnnlnr
yrt and lifht. price ?=T.50 F?a> V *??
ONE LARGE SECOND-STORY FRONT
room Hnitablc for two. I?j0 Falrmoot^at
1J0S PA. AVE. * N W.?OPP BAIjBKiH
Hotel; clean; refined, hot water alwjra
?Ts INDIANA AVE N. W?fl'BNISHED
Fvrnisbed or UBfwnibked.
ISM NORTH CAPITOL?ONE OR TWO T>E
alrable room.; llfht houackeeplns
SS LAMONT ?TNW= ROOMS FOR
lithtVeeplMf. *??> ? ?? _ '*?'
FTRNiitHEn AND rNFrRNIsllED ROOMS
? ml apartment.; all iocatl^.;
nnr ti.l No coat tr 5on NATIONAL REN
TAL BI REAr. 411 5th at nw Main ?I24
With or Without Board
ir?0T IRVINC-I^RGE. BRIGHT TOOL, j
front, mcala with prlrate family, nenr
both rar line*: WW rataa. ^
WANTED?ROOM WITH SPAI K FOR TAR
hr employed couple; breahfa.t optional;
?ill urban preferred. I'honc M. *?"?;?
If and 12
LAKY DESIRE* A ROOM AT ONCE; VICIN
Itr of l*th and Enclld ata. nw.; rea~.n
nhV. Adam* 12^?. ' " _
FOR RENT?01T1CE SPACE.
TO Rl'BT JET?!<**> 8QF ARE FBJET OF
fica spaca. Sooth^rn Bdg Apply R<-??
istS RT XR- B ST. ?TIBSIBA RLB OT
Area In modern oCl^a bnlldln*; *^ t0 ***
per month 'Oris p-SHOEMAKER 140J
H. T. aea. aa Mala 11BB iaj
19TH rr NR DIPONT TIRrl.E?TEN
room.; I bath; Ewtllah haaement; aide
garden: I2n? per month. LOOS P. SHOE
MAKER. HOT N. T. nee. nw Main IW
WYOMING AVE . NR^ "*TH JT ?'5
rooma and S hatha: a m l.: handaomely
fnrniahed *40" per month; Inapectlon br
.rpolntment IXJIMS P SHOEMAKER. 14"T
N. Y^are nw Main 1IIW
FOR QriCK RALE AND GOOD SERVICE
li?t *our property with LOI IS T* *
MAKER. 1407 X. T. nee. M?l? 11*.
I COLLECT RENT IN ALL SECTIONS 1
OF THE CITY.
23 rear* ?Tparl<>n^.
THOMAS E. PETTY,
"Your Rent Afent '
2013 14th at. nw. N. 4158
Wanted Real Estate to Sell
OCR OFFICE RECORDS SHOW THAT W*
ara prompt to **!1 daslrahla property
placed with u?. We hare cu*tomere at all
times, and want all kindr of real eatata
dwalllnft. lnne nnd ?mall, apartment bouae?
nnd bo*lnes? properties.
Glee us your property for ?ale.
Wlf. H. SAUXDERS * CO..
1433 K st. nw. Mala fftlB-lBlT
TWO ROOMS. KITCHEN. BATH. EN
tranre hall, modern apartment bnlldinK ?n
1?tl> ?t.. until Dec. 1.. or lonr**r: beautifully
furnt.hnd. Addreas BOX TSr.-D. Herald of
BACHELORS PREFERRED. BIT LADIES
or eon lie w'll -u>>y the* romfortaM^
quarternone room, lanr* rloaet, private
brth; alwaya unlimited hot water: ra? fur
nished; llcht noas^ke^piu* allowed: tel-pnrne
tn hall; no lea*e reqr.ired; $S."i f?r two;
WW for one. 1 WO Cliapin at. n?. Columtna
il i I.A*<I
U ni uiuiincu.
TAK0MA PARK: CONVENIENT TO BfVTH
car line*; second floor; four room*, aitcn
enette and bath, heat and lirht; Terandah
on two ?idea; adulta; immediate posaeaOon;
$75. 107 Oak are. ,4-_
708 G Sf7x. B.?BEACTIFCL APART
mmt: 8 rooms; bnth. and back porch; all
modern conveniences; with or without f?^aire
" "THE DAWSON APARTMENT." |
1741 8 Street N. W.
Apartment No. 2. Flrat Floor
Two larfe rooms: kitchen; tiled bath, and,
reception hall: elec llflita; ateam heat; open
for inspection. Rent onlv $.?0.00 per mopth.
WILLIAM K HARTTTNG.
110S lSth at. nw.
"EXCLC8rVE AGENTS "
i 7TH. NR. G ST. SB.?FIVE ROOMS AN"
| bath: h.-w.h.: price. $JB per.????.; m
children. W1LDMAN 4k CO.. tth ft H ?ta.
nw. Franklin S40S. I
HANDSOME APARTMtOT: FIVE '-'"ftf
rooma *nd bath tn perfect
fcijc on eo-operatlae plan; price. J5.*W In
moderate caah payment :J"'almo?thly pay
ment. ?<m o *. BENMTPT. 8? Con?
Treat mil *4 ?
Furnuked or UahraklwA
t424~HARVABO FT. N. W ? Kurnlalwd or
unfurnished aparlirent for three or foor
youu? ladlea Pleasant aurroundlafa; home
cooking: alao roommate dealred. Tn_
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
FIRST TRUST LOANS MAD1 OK IM
pro-red D. C. real eatat.. or for 1
prvvalllnc rat. of I a tare. t. and "???*
LOUIS P. SHOBMAKKR. HOT N- ?? "?
PI HE. ACTOMOBlLR.PLATB Gl.Am.JfJ*
Jlary Ina.rance, LOriS P. BBOBMAKBE.
| N. T. itc. aw. Mala 11BB- laqnlrs
for Mr. Blllatt.
?L look* Ilk*
utely tke bast (or look*.
NOTHING TO HAT I'lTTIL I
HRRHI FOB ANOTHER GOOD
These cars are
formanoe In town....
7-paaaenser. ltlt Touring.
Maxwell. .1920 ? '
Big: value *
Dodsre, 1918. repainted; three new tires.
Try to beat It ?
Bulck" 6-paasenser. 6-cylinder. only none 7,000 miles. Here s
what you've been looking for.., w
COMK IK. tiFTT IK FJiRl.T A? THItT ? 11,1, FIKD WICK ?I'TKR*.
I.ATK MODEL* AND ALL IK KyiE COKDITIOK.
817 14th Street N. W.
Uaed Car Mgr
repainted and in good
HUDSON ? Super-six
touring; in good running
BUICK?Touring; in good
condition and repaint
Several DODGE BROS',
taxicabs. Real bargains
FORP ? Touring. 1921;
dempuntable rims; in
SEMMES MOTOR CO..
613-619 G st. N. W.
CADILLAC lat eMdittM: a nal tar
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rrrn I1SS8I. ; raaAaUr; Ml
?tea rrrtfrx: raSatohat. a ba r^ala
NATIONAL (1K0I coapt: aplaaStf taaSltl?
BM-h.alr.llr. patot lal tin.; ? raal bar
HARMON (ltS). T^?a?at toartac; n.
1.000 aillta: ?U far aeraaat of a lmImh
1S01 CONN ATE. NOET* ?W
I . TW
NEW Wl'l'l'-WILL TRUCKS;
your term*. WITT-WILL
CO.. INC., 52 N ?t. ne. Fr.
buice. tk>dge and poed beetice Ex
pert mechaatcs: $1 25 per Soar Rot
! Bey Mackey Ill lt> St ?. M4
Motorcycles all Bicycles
H A R I. I T D A V I D I O Jl. INDIANS,
always; WW Reading Standard* expert
repairing ADVANCE CYCLE CAE AGE.
709 If at. aw. Itn
ACE MOTOR CO
. Special aalc of second haad Ac*.
! land and Harley-David?on ??twcyrl?. 1011
15 StH at iw Frank Mb T7U 411
$50 DOWN; $? PEE WEEK
I>0RT Touring. $85?Owner lea Tins town;
motor and tire* in good condition.
FORI) Ton Track. $115? Panel ho.tr agitable
for expre*a man: rood condition
HUDSON Touring. $125 A powerful car re
OTRBUND Touring. $125?Motor running
fine; general appearance excellent; this
car ha* had but one owner.
OVERLAND Rosdater. $165?An economical
car. having t?mall tire* and giving good
mileage; excellent shape.
OLDKMOItlLE Rond*ter. $175?Good tires;
motor recently overhauled.
FORD Speedster. $195?A new body with
top and windshield; dine wheels; motor
in excellent condition; owned ,by army
officer ordered away.
PORD Redan. $225?Motor la excellent con
dition; *eat covera; an excellent buy for
MAXWELL Touring. $225?New battery;
car recestly painted; new to?; me
chanically O. K
Cash or Terms or Trade
630 G at. nw. Franklin 539*
NEW BUILYIN GARAGE 170$ KfTN
? t. aw. Reasonable. 8S1
GARAGE. NR. HOUSE OFFICE BUTLDTNO
?Two-atory brick; boMa tomr cars; artea.
$S? WII.DMAN A CO.. Sth and B its
Frsakltn 6408 ?1i_
CONN AVE N.W?10 1-story gamgaa:
reared $100 mo Price. $15 onr MrNBY
REALTY CO . T20 1?tb at aw Mala IW
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE; rSED
a* demonstrator: same guarantee as ?e?
ma?'hmr; at greatly reduced Trice; * grest
bargain terms If desired WEBSTER
ELK4 1 R|C CO . 7IS ttli st nw 7?*
RADIO COMPLETE PLANS. SPBCIPH *
tions. what to buy and connect: tune an<
esre length, 50 cents EWALDT. RADIO
ENGINEERING. East 42d a? . New TsK
LADIES' BLACK SERGE SdT. SIEK ^
heliotrope sa'ia dree*. cheap Colombia
SO BOXES CARBON PAPER $1 S? BOX ,
A TO E BCEINESS BI'REAU. 1140 1
1$ 7>OEEN TTPEWHTTRE ETBIIONs7~ON>
par dose?. A TO Z BUSINESS BUREAU.
1140 G st nw
Whea yon buy a new car. yon pay for a ,0 fj^AL S1FE FILING CABTMET1. OAR.
certain amount of service. Yois get It
aerrice when the car la brough^ from
141-111 12th St. N. E ?
STARS OF THE USED
BriCK. 4-cyl touring $1?
REO. touring. 4 new tires; good shape. .$22T.
JEFFREY, atar value of the city $225
FORD, conpe. 1921; many extra* $450
sack $47 *5 A TO
REAU. 1340 G at aw.
1 WICEFR TART P I.AMP. 1ST TV?a TO I
BIMHHI BUREAU. 1140 O at SW.
mahogany desk. t2 inthes long?
$115. A TO Z BUSINESS BUREAfJ.
1*4o G ?t aw.
MA HOC. A NY EOLL TOP DESE: Hl'4
Inches?$247. A TO Z BUSINESS BU
j REAU. 1340 G st nw
OAK DESK. SO INCHES IONG?SS7.S8. A
TO E BUSINESS BUEEAU. 1140 O at. mm.
OFFICE RUG. 4Hx7S FEET?$11.80. A TO
7 BUSINESS BUREAU. 1140 G at. nw
BUICK. 1919. coc^e; finished perfect.. .$8T?0 .
BUICK. 1921. touring, winter top $1,100 OFFICE RUG. 9x12 FEET?$40.0n. A TO
BUSINESS BUREAU. 1140 G at. aw
AND EVEN GREATER STARS itEvoi.vivi orac* chair oar
AT BETTER PRICES.
EMERSON & 0RME.
1020 M at. nw.
Reo Roadster, thoroughly
overhauled and repainted.
14-ton Delivery Truck,
closed body. Must be seen
to be appreciated.
1625 "U^T N.W.
? nn<?SIT SO A TO Z BCSIKSM *C
RB.tr. ia<o c rt ww.
ornrr chair oak. no arms?*r
A TO Z BUSINna BFREAr. 1M0 O at.
EinnT STEFI. LETTER riLBS. WITH
lock*- special price of $45 eacfc. A TO S
BUSINESS BUREAU. 1140 G at aw.
TWO STEEL STORAGE CUPBOaRTVS?
12SOO e.ch A TO E BUSINESS BU
REAU. 1MO G at nw
POUR 0\K OFFICE CHAIRS WIlHO^'l
I arms Sale price $7.TO each. A TO E
BUSINESS BrBEAU. 1140 G at nw
A1TOMOB1IJC OWNERS. GARAGEMEN.
I WHITE ENAMEL BED?COMPLETE
sprinr* msttreaa. plllowa. blankets and
comforter. $42.S5. A TO Z BUSINESS
BUREAU. 1140 G st aw.
MAHOGANY DESK. 10 INCHES t>o?5^.
157.50 A YO Z BUSINESS BUEB1T.
1S00 ?; St. jnw.
BOTT7.ES IN* fSPFC HM
tain renl. per bottle. 7c.
Mechanl?'<% Rep-iirmcn. aeod t^dnj f.?r free j NFSS BUREAU. 1100 G at. nw.
A TO Z BUV1
copy of this n.onth's iwie; it c^itains help
frl. inatnictive Information on ov^rhaallng.
igiiition troubles, airing, storage batteries.
riFTFEN CARD INDEX CABIVETR. OA*.
n?*t ?1*es. from $8 SO to $10 each. A
TO 7. BUSINESS BUREAU. 1840 G at aw
ctc.; yjn pages. 11 lift rated; -end today. c.RASS BUG 9*12-PE1CE. H.
AUTOMOBILE DIGEST. Bntler Bldg
21-INCH STANLEY STEAM COPI'EU TUBE
boiler: flr*t-class condition; $75; 36x4 in
ner tube and casing at $5: six on hand.
WELDIT COMPANY. 510 New Jersey are.
nw. Phone Lincoln 2563. 807
MAXWELL TOURING. $225; GOOD CON
dition; easy terms. 1420 11th at. nw
1Y4 TON REPUBLIC TRUCK WITH EX
press body and cab and windshield; ex
ceptional bargain at $40O.O0. Terms.
WITT-WILL CO. INC.
32 N at ne. Fr. 4665
FOR BALE?OVERLAND 90. 1918; EXCEL
lent appearance ami condition; $225. 7t?4
Quebec pi. nw. Col. 822S-J. 803
TO 7 BUSINESS BUREAU. 1140 G at. aw
ONF WICKER 8ETTFF WITH MWWR
rn.hinii. H- SO A TO I BT'SlKWi BF
Small *ak _ .
One container, fonr hooks oak $1.S5.
25 Green enamel cafe table* each. $7.S0
1T? green ename' brent wood chairs, each $s 00
25 cases writing Ink. ?a* doaea quarts ta
ca?e; per case. $9.50.
3<) bill or Invoice csbinet* oak. SSP 70.
A TO Z BUSINESS RUESAU
1140 G st. nw.
_ WALL rAPME.
room i/rrs $200. ceiuno. wall a
border; vsmt?hed tile 25c; eat meals. l$e
and 2Sc. MA HONEYS. ?W Ph. af?. ae
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE WAWTFTV
enough to furalah large boarding boils'1;
bc'lnxim. dining room, parlor, misc. articles.
P ???e ca'l Fr Tj y fr 0047 ?2 ?
repainted: practically new tiees; perfect . USED URAPHOPHONE E ECO EDS. PIANO
mechanically and -IB have our guaraatea: roll- nn'l hooka. 001 F at nw 052
N>nr?la: SM^ ?K? ca?h; *?>-1w?X CALL IS HE UNLETTERED AC TO
? nr. ?>.' n ? t^ib7 tb ir?bil?. <it? or .nbarbaii .a* p.7 T?
1K1 llth m aw Mala 4IM !"?""< I"1'*" '<* ladlM'. r?a<l?*li .. oliU
nil llth at. aw. Mala tiw dI?-. di^rM cloth,n, I win call. *.
I'ICE. 1ST1 7tb at. ww. N ITSS !??
MAXWELL TOCRINO: 1?1* MODEL; RE
painted: new top; good tire*; ha* bees
tbeough *he aliop and 1* mechanically O. K ;
price to oulck sale. $2*-*>: terma as low a?
$100 cai.h; balance monthly.
H B LEARY. JR..
1?1 14th at. iw Main 4105.
MAXWELL TOURING. 1920 MODEl^?TOP.
paint and tires in exceptlonaTly good shape.
Haa been through our ehop and la mechan
ically C. K A bargain at $4O0; terma.
U. B IJABT. JB
1121 14th at nw Main 41*5
OAKLAND; FirE PASSENOEh CAR. $TS
cr to one msklng beat offer
WITT-WILL CO . INC..
82 N st. ae Pranklla 4065
' MAXWELL TOURING. 191S MODEL; JUST
Fl RNITURE?HAVE YOU ANT SB00ND
hand fpraiture? We pay the hi|
Phone It* wh^t you have
11U 7th at. aw. . Nartb MS:
MAT WW. I. TOTRINO ? tail MODEL. OOOJI \eaR DELAWARE AT*. ? CANAL ??.
tlr..; B..'b?.lranr 0. *.; a h.r?ala?l.?; M?Abon moot a?aara f?t at ? raata
t.m? UMUIM caah. balaaca $SS P?t _ hK LOCIS T IIMHAKI 1MV *.
*"a- _ _ _ _ T. aw. mm. Mala US
*? " w>la 4,as on B AO * *_ a? mieatz ASS
Ut*ELAND TOCRINO. "MODEL SO?C.OOD TLJ*? '
t.^ tlr^ .M -.Jlrt; ?^h.nl,-allj O K ; p SHOEMAKER. MR K. T. an. a?.
aad a karsal. at ?*T.V tjnaa M.t. 1MR
B. B. LB ART, JR.
1WI 11th at. nw Mala 410S
ltti 14th at. aw.
THREE ACTOCAR TRUCKS; BO
TART HOISTS; STEE1. LINED
BODIES: TRADED IN AND FOR
SALE CHEAP: COMF1-ETFLT
orERHArl.ED AND PAINTED;
PRICE FOR THRKR. *?.??:
terms wrrr wiLi. co. iwo .
SI N ST. NE. FEANEIJN MM
MOVING AND ST0RAGL
? LTU-I.-U-II 11-11- _nj-i.ru- I-II-II 1
Emergency Transfer Co.
D lata ace Movlag . Paraltare; Ptassa.
C W. VEACH. Mgr
1212 B at. aw Mala