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THE WASHINGTON TDIE8, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912. . .. .
Notable New Government Educational, and Financial Buildings Nearing Completion
L BUILDING .
OF REALTY SALES
New Station 7, City Poitofflce, On TJ Street, Between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Street!.
New 1150,000 Building at the Catholic University, an Honor to Cardinal Glbbont,
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Seccrd Best Week of the
DECLINE IN LOANS
OVER LAST WEEK
County Property Was Most At
tractive as Basis for
The second beat week of 1912 In the
number of transactions In realty doled
la the distinction attained br tho open
ing week of October. During tho week
the broken succeeded In consummating
13 deals, which la but four points below
the year's high mark of 1S7. aet In the
first week of May.
Thirteen more aalea were cloaed thla
week than In the first six days of Octo
ber, 1911, and the latter was M per cent
In advance of the activity displayed In
October, 1610. Should a like success at
tend the brokers throughout the month,
October, 1MJ, will surely prove a record
breaker, The hlrh mark for the vear In a day's
transactions was also crowded by yes
terday's bualnesa. There were ciosea
forty-four sales, a number which has
been exceeded but few times during the
current year, Monday was the second
best day of tho week, when thlrty-alx
sales were completed. Thirty-one deals
were closed on Wednesday, and deeds
passed In thirty cases on Thursday.
There were twenty-nine sales consum
mated on Tuesday, and twenty-three on
Saturday, Included In the week's ex
traordinary bualnesa were 321 lots and
parcels of real estate.
The near-urban district distanced Its
competitors this week, leading the mar
ket with US lots sold. The northwest
section ranked second, with seventy-five
lots conveyed. The outlying suburbs
were In third place, with forty-seven
parcels transferred. Just nosing out the
southeast section, where forty-six lota
changed owners. There were thirty
sales In the northeast, and ten In the
The largest sale of tho week In
volved a consideration of 1110.274. Thla
price was paid by tho Toung Women's
Christian Association for the property
nt the southwest corner of Thirteenth
and I atrcets, bought from John C.
Welch. The purchase Included premises
1122 to 1234 I street and a portion of lot
8. which fronts on Thirteenth street In
the rear of tho other buildings. The
fund was raised last spring as the result
of a whirlwind canvass among local
business men In the Interest of the asso
ciation. Other Business Section Sales.
Other sales In the business section this
week included premises 1004 IS street
northwest and 55 to 41 Ninth street
northwest. The former was bought by
Charles E. Meyer from Frederick A.
Linger and Frank D. Gorman. The
price was not made public The new
owner of the Ninth street property,
which Includes the southwest corner of
Ninth and II streets, Is Abram D.
Prince. The merchant purchased the
property from the Baker estate.
There was a boom in southeast prop
erty this week, the record showing
forty-six lots In that section changing
hands. Tho largest Investment there
was made by Arthur C. Moses, who
bought the entire frontage on the north
side of South Carolina avenue, from
Thirteenth to Fourteenth streets. Tho
tract comprised eight original lots and
the purchase price was J3.6C7.S0. It Is
expected Mr. Moses will Improve the
Tho real property belonging to the es
tate of the late Oeorge W. Harvey, tho
restaurateur, was divided among his
son and four daughters yesterday by
deed placed on record. The other heirs
conveyed to Mrs. Laura C. Cain pre
mises 1159 Rhode Island avenue and
three lots In Dlngman Place, near the
Union Station. Mrs. Marlon a. Fischer
received as her sharo houses 320 and
322 Eleventh street southwest, and a
lot In Dlngman place. The share of
Mrs. Mary M. McCarthy Included
promises 314 Eleventh street southwest,
30 Myrtle street northeast, and a lot
In Dlngman Mace. Mrs. Catherine V.
Stlies toog premises 1011 Maryland ave
nue southwest, 316 Eleventh street
southwest, and a Dlngman place lot.
ftrorgn B, Harvey took title to premises
1015 Maryland avenue southwest, 31S
Eleventh street southwest and a lot on
Figures Show Decline,
The activity In the sales department
of the realty business did not extend
this week to the loan branch. The
figures show a decline of $300,000 from
the business of last week. The exact
amount borrowed during the paBt six
clays was 1US,STS.M. To secure the re
payment of this amount, 206 lots were
encumbered. The average Interest rate
remained at 5.6 per cent.
Straight loans continued In the van
of the maket reaching a total of
t203.SM.36. The sum of all the notes
clven irnr deferred purchase money was
J172.86t.60. The output of the building
associations wns i72,Ki0.
County property proved the most at
trnotlvn or n basis for security thli
week, loans In that section totaling
EK'542.28. The northwest was next In
favor with nn aggregate of 1103,795.31.
Tho record of loans In tho other city
sections was: Northeast, 3G0.934.7t;
southeast, S21.431.50; southwest, 410,600.
Old Dutch Market
Opens Northwest Store
The Old Dutch Market Company to
day opened a new store at 1778 U street
northwest, near the corner of Eight
eenth street. The store Is ot the general
ottractlve typo of the other markets of
the company In various sections of the
Next Saturday the company will open
Its new Mt. Pleasnnt store at the south
east corner of Fourteenth and Irving
Talks on Highways.
Glenn Drown, secretary of the Amer
ican Instltuto of Architects, delivered
nn ndilress on "Attractive Highways"
before the good roads convention at
Buys for Investment.
Oeorge L. Whltford has purchased
from the Philadelphia Trust Company,
executor of the estate of Henry H.
need, the office building, at 422 Fifth
street northwest for s,M0, for an In
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lggbsg MEMORIAL HALL TO
NEW SUBSTATION BliBHHIBHil T.ZZ
OF POSTOPFICE TO
Handsome Building Will Be
Occupied by No
Station F of the City Postofllce, on
the south side of U street, between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets north
west, will be finished and occupied No
The new substation Is said to be tho
handsomost, from an architectural
standpoint, ever erected In the United
States, and will bo a model of Its kind
In appliances and equipment to expedite
the postal service.
Tho building Is being erected by the
M, A. Winter Company, who have
leased It to the Government for ten
years. It has a frontage of fifty-seven
roet ana a ueptn 01 nu reel ana nas
two floors. The front is of white South
Will Cost lso,ooo.
The architects, Gregg & Leleenrlng,
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unto uc.ifliiou . w,u4,a catinwuj
for the neods of the postofflce. This Is
the first time the postofflce has ever
had a building erected especially for
Its own use. It will cost about 150,000.
It was over the, moving of this sub
station that Mt. Pleasant cltlsens raised
such u protest a year ago. Tney wanted
the station to remain In the old Park
road location, where It has been elnco
the first boom growm or me fourteenth
Serves Large Section.
This substation, however, will have to
care for business and commercial In
terests In a section that Is rapidly tak
ng pre-eminence In the business field.
In addition It serves one ot the largest,
and the most populous residence sec
tions of the city.
The collection and delivery service in
the new substation will be on a par
with that furnished from the main
office. In adltlon to the car service, It
is probable that this station will get
one of the collection automobiles oper
ating from the main office In addition
to a team or two.
Seven Houses Sold
By Shannon & Luchs
Sales of seven houses In various sec
tions of the city are reported today by
Shannon & Luchs. They have sold for
William II. Flint and II. C. Sablno to
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Dempsey, the
three-story framo dwelling, at 915
Twelfth street northwest, for $5,500 for
Another Investment sale was that of
tho dwelling at 3931 Fourteenth street
northwest for L. O, Henry to John D.
Simpson for $6,500.
Mrs. Edith 0. Landon bought from
Harry B. Wlllson the dwelling at 1336
Parkwood street northwest for $6,250.
Mrs. Alva Q. Van Horn Bought from
Harry Wardman the new dwelling at
158 Uhland Terrace, In the Hlghvlew
section, for $3,300. Howard W. Topham
bought another Hlghvlew house, 63
Ithode Island avenue northeast, for
$4,250. Robert I. Owens bought from
Mr. Wardman the new dwellings! 1349
Perry street northwest for $5,000, and
Albrecht Nest bought from the same
builder the new dwelling at 747 Hobart
street northwest for $2,750.
Permits Reach $841,127
Four hundred and fifty-three building
permits, Involving an expenditure ot
$841,127, were Issued during the month
of September, according to the monthly
report ot Morris Hacker, Dulldlng In
spector, today. The permits Include
ninety-nine brick dwellings, $389,350; one
apartment, iz,imi; one store ana onico,
$54,000; one bank, $50,000; one garage,
$11,000; 143 brick repairs. $112,000, and fifty
frame ropatrs, $12,527, . .
The fololwlnr summary will show tho
distribution of Improvements In various
sections or the District ana tnoir cost;
601 P street northwest William II, Itlchorde,
trustee, to Oeorge C. Hound, lot IS!, square
930 0 street northwest Margaret B. Cook
to John II.- It. Wright, lot 17, square JM,
Tkirfu...v.nlh etreet, northwest, between
Prospect and N alreetK-Oeorxe U Warwick
et ux. to Henry W. Oftutt, part lots 61 and
62, square 1223. 110.
First street northwest, between 1 and Q
streets-Myrtle K Bchofleld to Louis and
I.enm Dick, lot 199. square 651, lip.
1721 Twelfth street northwest-William II.
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Tucker t ux, to JiU Lee, lot 11, squara
rS N rtrrtt northwest Ijurence J. Msn-
sn to Harriet E. Finch, lot U7, squars m,
SB Thirteenth street northwrst Kwald
Hchmltt, et ux. to Edwin A. Ecnmllt, lot
, square 271. K.
Mil M ilmt northwest William Bullltan to
Mauls 11. Hlatcr, lot B. square 1!. 110.
11)7 Twenty-second street nurthwsst Mary A.
Cady to Henry C, Cryor, lot II, square
71, 110. Htnry C. Cryer to Ida U I'utls.
same property, 110.
715 to 711 Ninth street northwest-Rutus It.
Uaker et al., trustees, to Abraham D.
1'rlnce, original lot I. squire 406, 1 ,
seventeenth street northwest, between It and
B streets Nannie K. t'lillllpa lo Nettle II.
Meyers, original lot 12 and part orlslnal
lots 10 and II. square 1M. 110.
M street nsrthwMt, between Thlrtr-nrst and
Thirty-second streets ytancis l naron
Hmoot et a)., to Ilenolt User, Jr., part lot t,
square hot. siv.
Ull Thirteenth street northwest Oertrude K
Williams et vlr. William u., to William It.
C. llrown, lot lit. square ST, 110.
Wlllard street northwest, between Seven
teenth and Eluhteenlh streets LouUs M.
Gates to Asbury it. Taylor, lot U, squara
K stret northwest, between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-ntth streetaJolin W. Ilrmwner
et ux. to Jlobert A. Kachary, lota 43 to 45,
squara 33, 110. Hubert A. .senary conveys
same property to Jan and tenth V. Urmdt,
Itn Q street northwest Jana Ilradt to Itob
ert A. Zachary, lot 75, square 210, 110.
Thirteenth and I atreets northwest John C
Welch lo Younsj Women's Christian Asso.
elation, orlslnal lot I, part orlslnal lot 8,
lota B, C, IS and CO, square at. (110,174.
1M7 U street northwest Henry W. Bohan.
trustee, to Joseph L. Wilson, east one-halt
orlclnal lot 7. sauara HO. II.K0.
1004 K street northwest Frederick A. Lin
rr et al. to Charles al Meyer, east half
original lot 12. square Stl, 110.
174S Oregon street northwest Oeorge W.
lilankenshlp et ux. to Maud Denty, lot in,
square 1S2, 110.
724 Thirteenth street northwest Almlra E.
Thompson et al. to Uyron Loomls. lot 2,
square :, 110.
Ninth and 1' streets northwest Same to
same, part lot 2, square S77, 110. Dyron
Loomls conveys both properties to O. Ta
bor Thompson, 110.
HIS BUth street northwest-Jacob Riser et
ux. te Annie 11, Tanner, lot 44, equate 441,
II street northwest, between Twenty-third
ana Twenty-rourtn streets raui n, reca
et ux. to James F, and Wllhelmlna Mulr,
part orlslnal lot 10,
quare 42, $10.
:v. third street and New York &venu
William Jenkins et ux. to William It. Baun-
dera, lots 17 to 20, square II, 110.
B street northwret, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth atreets Mary H Iliohardson to
Lubelle E. and Jeremiah M. Duller, lot 29
and part lot 3, square 173, 110.
1S34 Ninth street northwest Ernest Sohmldt
et ui, to Helen 1). and Henry U. Hall, lot
V. square let. 110.
41 B street northwest Flora Madrod to
Laura 11. Ultnn. lot Hz, square la. 110.
2116 Virginia avenue northwest James N.
Aden et ux. to William F, Bmlth, lot 62,
square 61, 110.
Q street northwest, between First and Third
streets James It. Hllerson et al. to Harry
and Ilebecca Uaker, lot 200, square 662, 410.
Cast Capitol street and A street northeast,
between 6eenteenth and Eighteenth
atreets Utile C. Manogue et vlr, William
H to rrank E. Padgett, original loU 2
and It, square lOM, 110.
C street northeast, between Fifteenth and
Bliteenth street Walter O'Hsra et al. to
Hauls M. Qulnter, lota 11, II, 13, and part
lot it, square luw. no.
1410 D street northeast Harry D. Jacob to
Charles Green, part lot 43, square 1033, 110.
K street northeast, between Ninth and Tenth
streets Mlddaugh & Shannon to Alva and
Ixila V. Bole, lot 68, equare 932, lib
O street northeast, between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets Margaret A. Heok to Es
telle B. Klrby, west half original lot 0.
square Ml, 110. Estelle B. Klrby conveys
same property to Joseph P. and Florencs
E. Keal, 110.
Fifth atrret northeast, between I, and 1C
streets Herman It. Howensteln et ux. to
Rsdle E. Wright, lot 44. square 807. 110.
Eighth street northeast, between K and Ij
streets Harry a, Kita et ui, to Annie r.
Alber. lot 62. square 909. 110.
K street northeast, between Ninth and Tenth
streets Mlddsugh A Shannon to arace It.
Ilolsnd. lot C7. sauare 932. 110.
1110 Q street northeast Walter C. Queries
et ux. to Theodore D. Ooraon, Jr., lot 114,
square 1027, 110.
1169 Half street southwest Little C. Manogue
et vlr, William II.. to Fn-ak E. l'adgttt,
lot 20, square 660. 110.
1235 Sixth street southwest E.-nest F. Ehnert
et ux. to Bamuel B. Btokor, lot 44, square
Thlrtsenth street souths A, between II and
c streets, and C str,t southeast, between
Twelfth and Thlr-.eenth streets Washing
ton Heal Estate Company, to Harry A.
Kite, lota 107 to 110, 111 to 191, square 1013,
143J D street southeast Luclen II. Thomp
son et ui, to May A. Qulgley, lot 43,
square 1031, $10.
K street southeast, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets lroy Creltbarth et ux.
to Kennebunk llealty Company, lots 19 and
20, square 10C4, 110.
Twelfth street southenrt, between t and E
streets Ashury It. Taylor et al to Louise
M. dates, lot 103. sauare 1011. 110.
too It street southeast an! 21 and 24 Sixth
street southeast Michael Mccormick to
Annie Y. sad Mary E. McCormlck, part
the Mercantile Savings Fund Society at
original let 1, square 670, and part original
let 11. squara H, 110.
227 Pennsylvania avenus southeast Michael
McCormlck to Dennis M. and Lawrence A.
McCormlck, part original lot It, squara 712,
600 and 613 D street southeast Mlchatl Mc
Cormlck lo Itober L. Montague, trustee.
Iota 6t and 10, squiie 670, 110.
Psnnslvanla avenus southeast, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets William
II. Harrison et ux. to Judsen OUa Harri
son, lot 10S. square 104S, 110.
Alley between Eleventh and Twelfth atreets.
South Carolina avenue and D street south
east William It. Miller et ux. lo Ida N.
Illshop, part original lot 12 and II. square
South Carolina atenue southsast, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Hufua
II. Uaker et at, trustees, to Arthur C.
Moses, original lota 1 to 7 and II, squars
116 b street southeast Charlotte dray to
Emma M. Oordon, part lot 1, square 711, 110.
Third and K streets southeast John Durns et
ux. to James A. Toooiey, part original lot
I. square 749, flO. James A. Toomey con
veys same property lo John Hums, 610.
Bouth Carolina avenue southeast, bstween
Beooad and Third streets Ilermsn It. Hew-
ensteln et ux. to Mercel n. and John Uoyd,
lot 7fi. aouars ?&. tie.
K street southeast, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets Frank F. rreeman et ux.
to uuwara a. rTencn, lot zz, square iwa.
Its E street southeast Florence D. McAullffe
et ux. to Thomas A. and Catherine A.
Hughes, lot 12, square 726, 110.
224 Ninth street southeast Joseph T. Morgan
to William M. and Margaret A. Plummer,
lot 12, square 944, 110.
Twelfth street southeast, between E snd Q
streets Harry E. Oladman et ui. to Frank
M. Acton, part original lota 7 and 6, square
1737 A street southeast Michael Durkhard et
ux. to Oscar M. Drrant. part original lots
It and 16, square 1097, 110.
Bouth Carolina avsnue southeast, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Mary J.
Ureen to Itlchard E. and Iluth L Morelaod,
lot I7, square 1039. $10.
Wslter street southeast, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets I'aul I. Ilutler to W.
Wallace Chlswell and Harry A. Kite, lot
244, squara 1016, 110.
Waltsr street southesst, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets Harry A. Kite et a), to
James M. Greene, lot 269, square 1016, 110.
101 U street southeast William A, Foy et al ,
trustees, to Oeorge U. Uryan, part lot II,
square 762, 110.
South Carolina avenue southeast, between
Second and Third streets Charles M. James
to Herman It. Howensteln, lot 22, square
Wisconsin Avenue Tark Alloa Megrew
Daniel C. Leahy, lot 13, square 1736, $10.
Flrat Addition to Manor Park-Joseph W.
Shade et ux, to Norton M, Little, trustee,
lots 20 to 26, square 1219; lots 10, 41 to 46,
equare TZ90: iota 6 and I. aauara 2291. 110.
Chlllum Castle Manor Robert M. drey to
Leonard L. Tschudy, part of square tut, 110.
West Woodrldge Omar I. Nigh et ux. to
Merrill T. Vaughn, lot I. squars 4211, 110.
Flrat Addition to American Unherslty Park
Oalen L. Talt et al., trustees, to Ouar
dlan Investment Company, Iota 11 and 12,
block 17, 11,200.
Addition to Ilrookland-Lta Hill to Tturua B.
Youngs, lots I and 9, block 44. 110.
Burrvllle Estelle Barber to Oeorge W. Hut
ton, lot 8, block 10, section a, 610.
Cleveland Park Josephine D. Peary at vlr,
Robert K.. to Harry A. Kite, part lot 16,
squire 1062, 1100.
Deanwood Heights Clsrenoe at. DeVelle to
nuas b. rnompson tot 7, Diock is, no.
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Tenth street and Grant Place.
Falrlawn-Oacar C. Brothers. lr to rattle
W. Warren, lot so. sauare M01. US5.
Saul's Addition John It. Hatsllp et ux. to
ueorge e. umim and atattle 1. Bmltn, lot
76. square Jgos. 110.
West WoodrTdge George E. Iclsenhardt et
ux. to Jennie F. Oilcbrlst, tot 7, and part
lot I. square 4249. 110.
Chevy Chase Fulton It. Gordon et ux. to
Adalena 61. Fontaine, lots 13 and 16, square
Petworth-Charles M Catlln, et al., trustees.
to Uenjamln It. Catlln, lot 26, square 32,
Mt. Plesaant and Pleasant Plains Henry 1L
Babcock et ux., to John Q. A. Brads n. lot
113. squars list. 110:
Columbia Heights Edwin E. Ellett et ux. to
Ilettle E. Ellett, 1st 27, block H, $10.
Ilolmead Manor Charles P Hlone, et at,
trustees, to Charles W. King, Jr., lot U,
block 44. 12.100.
Moore A Harbour's second Addltlon-Wllllam
C Ulundln et ux. to Lena p. Graham, lot
22, block 10. 10.
Moon ti Barbour's Addition Rufus B.
Youngs tt ux. to Leo Hill, lot 74. block 6.
Washington Heights-George C Pumphrey
et al., tb Katharine Emrlch. lot 243, 610.
Ilolmead Manor Rarah J. TTardy, et vlr..
Joseph II.. to Charles J. Walker, lot 112,
block 45, 110.
Falrvlew Heights Joseph Andrews to Mary
O. Msld, lot 23, block 4, 110.
Dobbins Addition Charles E. Wire et ux. to
Charles A. and Louise M. Schmidt, lot 47,
block 20. 610
Ls Droit Park-Ewald Schmidt et ux. to Ed
win A. Schmldtt, lot 46, block 12. IS.
Inglealda Mary C. Herd to Joseph Andrews.
lot 95, block 4. 110.
Effingham place David J. Dunnlngan et al.,
o Mills v. rscvniiium, iota n. is, so, square
2072. 110. Bama to same; lots 29 to 17,
square 3072. 110.
Washington Helghts-MarU B. Dobyna t vlr.
i nomas a., to lmwis ana William Flemer,
lot 14. 110.
Widows Mite Oeorge B. Watiel to Frederick
w. itooss, lot in, square m, 110.
Hslmead Manor Nettle I). Meyers et vlr.
Louis II., to .N'airle F. Phillips, lots 94 and
. niOCK, 43, 110.
Washington Heights-George T. Roberts stl
ux. io jonn r, Anaerson, pen lot 17, block
to III II
II Avenue Heights
I "The Best Buy in Washington"
j Immediately V
m beyond Sheridan Circle,
where values have quadrupled
within the past M
III -decade m II
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.
General Sales Agent
HI American security and Trust Co.
Ill Amos H. Plumb, Trustees ;
New Building at Catholic
University Is Home for
A date within the next two months
will soon be set for the formal opening
and dedication of the new Cardinal
Gibbons Memorial Hall at the Catholic
University of America, In Brookland.
The building, while now occupied by
students, will not be completed for
about a month.
Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall Is
one of the handsomest of all the no
table buildings on the university cam
pus. It Is a fine Gothic structure of
white stone, costing about $30,000. and
designed by Thomas H. Poole Co.,
architects, of New fork. It Is almost
entirely a residence structure for stu
dents, though there Is a large chapel
seating 600. In the tower there Is being;
fitted up a reception room and lobby
forty feet square and twenty reel nign.
Shower baths, lockers and a gym
nasium have been provided In the base
ment. There are 140 rooms for students.
The construction of the building Is
being done by the Boyle-Robertson Con
SAYING SOCIETY TO
HAVE NEW BUILDING
A handsome new building Is being
erected for the Mercantile Saving Fund
Society at the northeast comer of
Tenth street and Grant place northwest.
which will be completed and occupied
by the society about Jc.iuary 1.
The building Is of tapestry brick and
Bowling Green whltestone, and Is the
design of Julius Wcnlg, architect. It
will cost between $50,000 and $60,000. The
building will have frontages of thirty
and eighty-five feet, and be two stories
high. In addition to the banking-room,
10 by 45 feet In dimensions, there are
to be two stores on the Tenth street
frontage and seven offices on the sec
ond floor, all of which are to be rentod
The location of the building marks the
breaking of business into a hitherto al
most entire residence section. Tenth
street above G baa retained Its residen
tial f.a tltl. AVn In fttA fap. rt ttlA
growth of business to the north. The
icoiisiruvuun ew is uvms uuho uy iuv
'Charlee J. Casaldy Company,
TO HOUSE PDPILS
Accommodations Exist for
Only 120, But 800 Live in
District, Is Claim.
Although they say they have the sup
port of the District Commissioners and
Superintendent William Davidson, ot the
public schools. In their demands for a
sixteen room school building, the cltl
sens of Park View do not believe Con
gress will give them relief from the
present conjesttd educational facilities
at the coming season.
The Park View Citizens' Association
discussed the educational facilities of
that section from every angle at the
first fall meeting of the association held
last night In the 'Whitney Avenue
Christian Church. J. a. llcuratn,
president, claims there are over 51V
children In Park View, for which there
are two small portable schools accom
modating but 120.
"The others are forced to go many
long blocks out of their way to go to
school. Many attend schools In Bright
wood and Petworth because we have
no accommodation for them," ho de
clared. The association wants a slxteen-room
school building. However If It cannot
get a building this site. It will welcome
one with only eight rooms, as tms will
greatly relieve the present conditions.
(jnanion al. i;isrK cnairmsii ui uie
committee on education and publlo
buildings. Introduced a resolution ask
hat all school buildings built In tho
future be provided with big assembly
rooms which can be used when tho
schools are not In session for meetings
of citizens' associations, civic bodies
and various organisations that stand
for the uplift of the commulty. The
resolution was passed and referred to
the Federation of Citizen's Clubs.
Tho committee on sanitation was ask
ret permission from the Health
Office to clean up a vacant lot In Ken
von street, between Georgia avenue and
Sixth street northwest. Volunteers
from the association plan to cut the
weeds and clean up this place. In pref
erence to waiting a long time for the
BURNED AND ITCHED
Little Blisters Formed on Ankle.
Raw Red and Inflamed. Swelled
Badly, Could not Wear Shoe. Cu
ticura Soap and Ointment Cured.
Sharps, Va. "A scratch with the finger
on my ankle caused the trouble. After
the akta was scratched off Just a small
place) then little blisters formed arouad It,
which made quite s large sore. The sore
was raw and the stdn red sad vary much
tnHamed. It OUlSSd the aaVU SOd foot tO
swefl very badly. It continued to spread
and became very hurtful, so at time I
could not sleep. It would bom and Itch so,
but so tender I waa afraid to scratch. It
hurt so I could not wear my shoe. I tried
many remedies and also washes, but all
proved a failure. It waa sore for four
years or more, until I waa recommended to
try the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment for
healing the skin. I purchased a box of
Cutlcura Ointment and a oak) of Cutlcura
Boap and when I had used two boxes of
Cutlcura Ointment with the Outlcura Soap,
It made a permanent cure and has not
been sore since." (Signed) Mrs. Addle L.
Phinips, Dec 30, 1911.
If you wish a skin clear of pimples, black
heads and other annoying eruptions, hands
soft and white, hair lire and glossy, and
scalp rrea from dandruff and Itching, begin
to-day the regular use of Cutlcura Soap for
the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted by
an occasional light application of Cutlcura
Ointment. No other method is so agreeable,
so economical, and so often effective. Outl
cura Soap (25c.) and Cutlcura Ointment
(80c.) are sold everywhere. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with 83-p. Sldn Book. Ad
dress post-card "Outlcura, Dept. T, Doston."
sTar-Tender-faced men should use Outlcura
Soap Sharing Stick, 25c." Sample free.