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SULK OF REALTY
Business House and Residence That figured in Week's Realty Activity
IN BUILDING LIST
OP LATE SENATOR
Show 10 Per Cent Increase
Over Corresponding Period
of-Last Year, However.
Figure in Comparison to Other
Cities Is Due to Slump in
Activities Last Month.
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DU1GL AST WEEK
TOTAL OF 134 SHARES
Some Good Business Properties
Included Loan Market Falls
Off About $500,000.
Although showing a slight decline
from the activity prevailing through
out the first week of January, the re
sult of the efforts of the brokers dur
ing the tast six days displays an In
crease of 10 (per cent over the record
ol the corresponding period of 1912
Thla 'advance over last year's business
at this season' extends not onlv to the
number of sales effected, but alo to the
volume of trading.
A" total of MM sales were completed
during the past week. In which were
Involved 238 lots and parcels of real
estate. Trading for the "week reached
Its highest mark Monday, when thir.y
three sales were consummated. Tues
day showed a. sharp decline, 'having
only nineteen transactions to its credit.
'The business- of the' next two days
showed .but little Improvement. Wed
nesday witnessed the closing -of twenty
trades, and Thursdav saw twenty-two
sales effected. Business picked up
somewhat yesterday, and the record
discloses twenty-eight sales made. Sat
urday's half-hoiiday brought only twelve
sales to the record stage.
'While the volume of trading in the
outlying suburbs did not come near
that of the previous week, this section
retained the lead of the market during
the past six days. There were conveyed
eighty-four parcels of realty In the
outlying suburbs, and flfty-two lots
Changed owners In the near-urban dis
trict. The northwest was In second
place In the week's business, sixty
lots being transferred there. The north
east and southeast ran a close race
for-the fourth position, the latter win
nlng by one lot. In the southeast twenty-one.
lots were sold, and In the
northeast twenty. One lot was con
reyed In the southwest.
Business Sales Recorded.
The feature of the week's business
was the sale of. premises 1412 to HIS I
tret northwest at a price approxi
mating HOaOJO. The Potomac Electric
Power 'Company transferred this prop
erty to Joseph B". Bowling", who exe
cuted a deferred purchase money trust
Two other sales In the business sec
tion were "recorded this week. Premises
-1 Twelfth street northwest was sold
by Frances C Darrell to John E. Wil
kle, and the United States Trust Com
pany conveyed 707 G street northwest
to the Bond Building Company. The
consideration is not 'made public in
Three apartment houses in widely
separated sections of the city changed"
owners tnls week. Richard A- ford
oought the Vivian, at 1723 G street
northwest, from the American "Security
and Trust Company, trustee, for $39,000.
The Nebraska, on Randolph place, near
North- Capitol street, was conveyed by
Stella V. Kefauver to W. TV. and H. W.
Smith for a nominal consideration.
Clifford A. Kettler transferred the Nor
wood, at 1343 East Capitol street, to
Hilton A. Kettler. The consideration
was not named In the deed.
Gaston P. Philip, a former local club
man, sold out this week to his brother,
Herman H. Philip, his interest In valu
able realty holdings which they owned
In common. The property transferred
Included the business block at 925 B
street northwest- and the entre frontage
on- Thirty-fourth street northwest be
"tween R and S- streets.
Falling OS In Loans.
Mrs. Olga Roosevelt Bayne yesterday
purchased from Samuel Maddox, trus
'tee, the property at 1147 Connecticut
avenue northwest. The price paid is not
stated in the deed.
A failing off of nearly $300,000 Is noted
this week in the laon market, as com
pared with the business of the preceding
six days. This decline is especially no
ticeable in the straight loans, where
alone the decrease is more than 3440,000.
Purchase .money trusst forged to teh
front cf the week's business and dis
. placed the straight loans, which have
been leading the market for sev
eral weeks. Loans of this character
reached nearly the same figure as last
The exaett figures In the loan market
this -week were S334.182.S5. This sum was
borrowed on the 'security of IIS lots at
an average interest rate of hV per c-jnU
The sum of -all notes given for deferred
purchase monev was a59.K3.G9. Straight
loans totaled fl54.l23.l6, while the out
put of' the building association was
County property was most favored as
a basis for security this week. Loans
on property there aggregated J1S4.553.02.
Land lrr the- northwest was pledged for
$152,410l25. The record of loans In the
other city sections was: northeast,
140,218; southeast, $10,600; and southwest,
Planning to Organize
Social Hygiene Society
The need for a society for social hy
giene will be discussed at a meeting
tonight In the New Willard by Surgeon
General Stokes, U. S- N., and others,
when steps will be taken to organize
a society to prevent the spread of so
cial disease. Stanley Finch, of the De
partment of Justice and special com
missioner for the suppression of the
white slave traffic; Mrs. Henrv D. Fry,
William' Mercer Splgg. and Francis R.
Hagner will also speak.
Dr. Donal Hooker, of Baltimore, one
of the .organizers of the Maryland So
ciety for' Social Hygiene and a member
of the executive committee of the
American Federation for Sex Hygiene,
Is expected to give a talk on "How the
Need Ha's'Been Met In Baltimore."
Dr. Elnora C Folkroar and William
Knowles Cooper will give five-minute
talks on "The Awakening in washing
ton." .A. 'constitution' prepared by the
committee on organization, of which
Tom A. Williams Is chairman, will be
.presented for adoption.
Lecture for Blind.
"Tea Growing in Various Parts o
the World" Is the subject of a lecture
for the blind at the National Library
for .the Blind. ly Dr. B. T. Galloway.
Chief of the Bureau of Plant Industry,
this afternoon. The lecture Is supple
mented by a demonstration of Am
erican grown tea.
Washington is twenty-sixth In the list
of cities showing the expenditure of
each for buildings during December,
1312. This Is several notches below the
usual position of the Capital, but is not
unexpected on account of the slump In
building activities last month. Accord-.
lng to figures compiled by Construc
tion News, 261 permits were taken out
in Washington for a total of H74.233.
This is a decrease of 48 per cent from
In most cities December was an un
usually good building month. Taking
seventy-nine cities collectively, the
month showed an Increase of SSS
buildings and I6.1SS.SSS over December,
1911, or an Increase of 13 per cent. There
were gains in forty-nine and losses In
thirty cities, and the' gains were evenly
distributed over the various sections of
the country. December's permit record
i for New York far outstrips that of any
(preceding month for some time, and
corresponding month of MIL
Salt Lake City had the phenomenal
gain of 5.S2S per cent over the corre
sponding month a year before, leading
all otl.er cities as to Increase. Sev
eral of the larger dtlei Chicago, .Bah
Francisco, Portland, and others showed
Following Is a list showing the
amcunt of permits Issued In the thirty
leading cities for December, and the
percentage of gain or loss:
New York 91
tOBton .. oi
laTihncHPolis ............... 640 ...
.leveianci .................. ...... o ...
Los Angeles 63
Salt Lake City 5,828
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Ean DIcgo 123
Seattle, Wash 196
Kansas City 1C1
Portland. Ore 45
Rochester. N. T a
Baltimore, Md 23
Pittsburgh ... n
Tampa. Fla 230
Washington. D. C....- ... 4S
xsuiiaio .......... .... 73
New Lunch Room for
. A new restaurant and-lunch room will
vc ucjicu at ?' x-euaayivania avenue
as soon as the improvements planned
for the building have been completed
bv SrlVan J. Luchs. Thl hnlMlmr
which has been leased by Mr. Luchs for
a term of years through Shannon &
Luchs, has been occupied for many
years by tho music establishment of
John F. Ellis & Co.- It is three stories
high, fronts both Pennsylvania ave
nue and D street, and is considered an
excellent location for a lunch room.
Directors in Session
The directors of the Chamber of Com
merce of the United States of America
are In session In Washington today,
preparing to submit a program and
ether business to the national council
lors oh January 20, and to the first an
nual meeting of the Chamber, which
will open January a. So many mem
bers of the executive committee of the
American Association of Commercial
Executives will be in the city on Janu
ary 20 that a special meeting of the ex
ecutive committee has been called for
Ship Owners Meet.
DETROIT. Mich.. Jan. 18. Owners
of big lake craft gathered at the Hotel
Pontchartraln today to attend the an
nual meeting of the Lake Carriers' As
sociation, which is the controlling or
ganisation for more than too vessels on
the Great Lakes.
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307 7th St. N. W.
Phone Main 2858
Please Save the Address.
A private dentist of 12 years'
experience, who has made
J good by keeping every prom-
T ise and giving the plain people
T his best services at fair prices.
307 7th St. N. W.
Phone Main 2858
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New Building Of the Fleischmann
173 G street northwest (The Vlvlan Ameri
can Security and Trust Company, trustee,
to Richard 'A. Ford, -lot , square 1W.
1779 Massachusetts avenne northwest George
O. Wilcox to Doretha S. Makcay. lot i.
square 157, J1S. George Mackay et ux. to
George O. Wilcox, same property. $10.
Third .and R streets northwest Robert I
" Bradneld et ux. to TVUltam H. Bradfleld.
part lotJS. square 510, 10,. . , ,
925 B ttreet northwest Gaston P. Philip to
Herman H. Philip, halt Interest In lot 15.
square 382, J10.
Thirty-fourth street northwest, between Res
ervoir and R streets Gaston P. Philip to
Herman H. Phtlhv,, one-fourth Interest in
lots 33 to 40.. square .1231; parts lots 203 and
2C6, square 12M, $10. '
Z23J- Fourteenth street, northwest H. Sydney
King to P. J. Nee Company, lot 30. aquaro
Wisconsin' avenue extended P. J. Nee Com
pany to H. Sydney King, lots 3S4 and MS.
square SO0. $10.
Twenty-first street northwest, between E and
F street: zuj sireei notinwni. 110 0
street northwest., and ScheuUen Park Rob
ert Reyburn et.ux. to Herman E. Gaseh. lot
122. block 2. Schentwn Park: eart half lot
12. square 81; part lot.6 square SO: part
original lot a. square 81; part lot 3. square
a. and. lot 88. square 1. " .
Tenth street northwest, between U and V
streets Thomas M. 'Wilson et al. to Flor
ence D. McAullffe. original lot S. square
707 O street northwest United States Trust
Company to Bond Building Company, part
original lor 2. square 42. M0.
814 Twelfth street northwest Frances C Dar
rell to John E. WUkie. part lot B. square
4tt to 3 Latreet northwest Marlon Emack
to John J. Bowles, lots 17 to 41. square M.
Alley between H and L Sixteenth and Sev
enteenth streets northwest-George P. EUs
tla to Montgomery Blair, lot JS. square IK.
1724 and 1726 Seaton street northwest-Roland
Evans et ux. to Allen McLane Abert. lot
291. square 150. io. Laura. V. Evans et vtr.
Roland, to same, lot 2W. square 150. 10.
Allen McLane Abert to Edna. H. Fitghugb,
lots 291 and 292. square 160. $10. .
Ninth street northwest, between K and It
streets-John. H. MaTuder, et-"-,? A1I
McLane Abert. lot7 24 and part original IJot
12, square 402, $10. Allan McLane Abert
conveys same property to Ttoland Evans.
$10- . .1
28 Twenty-second street northwest and alley
between Twenty-second and Twenty-third.
F and G atreeU northwest Barnett Cheon
et ux. to Jacob Wolf, lota 11 and 18,
square 57. 810.
Observatroy place northwest Lewis E.
Breunlnger et ux. to Bernhard W. Spllie.
lot 294. square 1300, $10.
1609 New Jersey avenue northwest Fannie
M. Denney ot Grace V. Steele, lot , square
east of 509. $10.
221J to 2217 M street northwest Mary M.
Entwlsle to Leo P. Harlow, original lot 3,
square 0. $10.
SI New York avenue northwest Maay E.
Graham to Wilbur F. Nash, lot 53, square
L street northwest, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second streets Charles L.
Tankersley et ux. to Raphael A. Neale. lot
70. square 7$, $10. Raphael A. Neale to
Stella E. Latmer. same property, $10.
1812 N street northwest J. H. M. Charey
to Frances McKee Dodge and Colby Dodge.
lot 4, square 139, $10.
1734 Fourteenth street northwest Zacharlah
D. Blacklstone et ux. to Martina L. and
Henry J. Senay, lot 70, square 3)7. $19.
1412 to 1418 I street northwest Potomac Elec-
trlo Power Company to Joseph B. Bowling,
lots '49 to 52. square 220, $10.
1609 Thirtieth street northwest (Prince
George) Nannie O. Poole et vlr. James
E.. to Andrew C. Shannon, lots 13 and It.
square 12S3. $10.
Seventeenth street northwest, between R and
8 street Nettle B. Meyers et vlr. Louis
H.. to L. Latune Lewis, original lot 12
and part original lots 10 and 11. square 154.
3 New Tork avenue northwest Msry E.
Graham to David F. Weaver, lot 60. square
2618 K street northwest William E. Ed-
nonston et al., trustees, to Frank B. King
and George W. White, trustees, original lot
16 and part original lot 15. square B. $3,000.
1617 Twenty-nrst street northwest Llllle F.
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Special attention given to
Prophylactic Treatments and
the Science of Oral Hygiene.
I have made a special study
of teeth regulation (ortho
dontia) by quick, safe and
easy methods. Prices very
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Yeast Company, at 316 F Street Northeast
Mills to Wallace D. McLean, lot 13. square
Nineteenth street northwest, between F and
O streets Irving' Williamson, trustee, to
John A. Saul, part original lot 9, square
1147 Connecticut avenue northwest Samuel
Maddox, trustee, to Olga, R. Bayne. lot 64,
square 162, $10.
Eighth and E streets northeast Samuel, S.
English et ux. to, Joseph P. Smith, part lot
28, square 914.. $10.
132 East Capitol street northeast Smithsonian
Institution to Harry Lee Brown, east half
original lot 5, square 723, $10.' ,
801 D street northeast Roy E. Marshall to
Herman R. Howensteln, lot 1. square 116.
Tennessee avenue northeast, between B and
C streets Harry A. Kite et ux. to George
D. Wolfe and Lucy M. Wolfe, lot 76. square
1107 Fourth, street' northeast and 639 Florence
street northeast John J. Donoboe et at. to
Mary Donohoe. lot 20. square 805; and lot
97. square 1051, $10.
1418 D street northeast Burma E. Williams
et ux. to Rred B. Rhodes, lot -23. square
K street northeast, between Third and
Fourth streets Julius J. Hoffman-et' ux. to
Carl E. Hoffman, lot 5, square 774. $L
K street norfbeait. between Ninth. ana Tenth
streets Estella M. Goddard to Sara E.
Kaufman, lot 42, square 932, $10..
Maryland avenue northeast; between Thirt
eenth and Fourteenth streets Martina ,1
Senay etvlr. Harry J., to ZacharlahT)."
Blacklstone, part original lot U square 1027,
$10: Zacharlah D. Blacklstone et ux. to
Honora J. Lyons and Ella J. Roche, same
Fifth, street northeast, between M and N
streets Bates Wan-en et aLto, Edward -A.
and Anna E. Farrell, lot 48,, square S04, $10.
Decatur street northeast, between North Cap
itol and IFrst streets David F. Weaver'et
ux. to Mary E. Graham, lota 100 -and 101.
souare 69:$10 .'- - ' '."
136 and 138TweIfth' street northestt-prrln-'P.
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P. Stuart, lots X and 36. square 98. HO.
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230 Parker street northeast Catherine Canty
to Bridget Clancy." lot lit. square 750. $10.
Sixth street northeast; - between F. and G
streets Fred -A. Norway et ux.to Annie
S. Hughes, lot 93. square 834. $10.
M street northeast, between Sixth and
Seventh streets Mlddaugh & Shannon to
Edward Lee Keller, lot 324. square 855. $10.
Tenth street northeasL between East Capitol
and A streets William Koch et ux. to
Chapln Brown and Henry H. Bergmann.
trustees, part original lot 10. square 941.
Sixth street northeast, between H and I
streets James C Nelson et ux. to Lee B.
Emory, lot 58. square 85$. $10.
1343 East Capitol street southeast (The Nor
wood) Clifford E. Kettler to Milton A.
Kettler. lots 83. 84, 85, square 1036. $10.
K street southeast, between Ninth and
Tenth streets James T. Kenyon et ux. te
Lottie M. Kenyon, lot 21. square south of
Sixth street southeast, between L and M
streets Victor Mrnsbridge et al.. trustees,
to Mary P. Mynsbrldge. lots It. 17. 18.
square north of SS3. $5,200.
Seventeenth street southeasL between B and
C streets James L. Karrick et al.. trus
tees, to William P. Metcalf.'Iot 47, square
Nineteenth and A atreets southeast Wilbur
I. Nash et ux. to Mary E. Graham, original
lot 1. square 1110. $10.
South Carolina avenue- southeast, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Arthur
C. Moses et ux. to Arthur H. League, lot
88. square 1038. $10.
Nineteenth and A streets southeast Man- E.
Graham to David F. Weaver, original lot
1. square 1110. $10.
202 A street southeast Mary Walker to Vir
ginia W. Morton. lot 29, square 760. $10.
1604 to 1610 D street southeast Frank G.
Davidson et ux. to Nettle B. Meyers, lots
24 to 27. square 1069. $10.
423 and 426 Kentucky avenue southeast Pearl
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307 7th St. N. W.
Phone Main 2858
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Sets of Teeth, good
ones, that fit, up from
Crowns, porcelain or gg
22-k. gold P
Porcelain or Gold Bridges,
$3, $4 and $5.
Fillings, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
307 7th St. N. W.
Phone Main 2858
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Newly Acquired Residence 'of William
G. Selby to George D. Fair lots 71 and
73. square 10G2, $1.
East Capitol "street southeast, between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets AHyne J.
Brown et vlr, Edmund H.. to Herman R.
Howensteln. original lot 16, square 1058,. $10.
328 D street southeast Ralph L. Swlgart et
ux. to David V. and Effle B. Weaver, part
original lot 11. square 793, $100.
Sixth and' C streets southeast Ella E. Tal-
bert et al. to John H. Chaney. part lot 55,
square 872, $10. John H. Chaney conveys
same property to Nora M. Thorn, $10.
Virginia avenue southwest, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets-Charles' E. Wire et
ux. to Bertha Odenwald' and Henry Blen,
part original lot 13. square 351, $10. -Mary
McAullffe had conveyed same property to
Charles E. Wire. $10.
ML Pleasant and Pleasant Plains James A.
Cobb to -Barnett Snyder, lot IBS, block 4, $10.
1335 Morse street northeast James N. Linklns
et ux. to Sara Schwartz, lot 44, block.
j, inniaaa, iip.
Howard University Wilbur. F. Drown et ux.
to M. Ednah McCIure and- Helen T. Gage,
part lot 34. square 3S6S.
Widow's Mite Jennie B.- Pomeroy to Emllle
a Riley, part lot 74, $10.
ML Pleasant Charles E. Wire et ur. to
Mary McAullffe, lot 710, $10.
Pleasant Plains James D. Hobbs to Isaac
K.. Radford, lot 65L $10. ' ' .
Ingleslde Harry O. tAycock to Cornelia P.
Grady, lot 104. block 3,. $10.
Holmead Manor-Charles J. : Walker et ux.
to uustav a. Thurm. lot. 123.. block 43. ,$ia
i-aui, oi is. oiock 25, no.
: Lanier Height-William W. Brown et'ux.
to i;nanes E. wire and William M. Ter
re!U Iota 35 and 36. $10.
Woodley Park Herbert M. Hall et ux. to
Harry Wardman and Thomas' Bones, lot XL
block IS, $10.
North .Grounds, Columbian University Lu
cretla, S. Beam to-John F. Bayne and
i George C. Pumphrey, lot 9, block 40,- $10.
ML Pleasant and Pleasant Plains Clara- B.
Sullivan to Elizabeth M. Johnson, lot 181,
lot 4. $2,500.
Addition to Le Droit Park Elizabeth E.
Walker et vlr, PUph E., to Mary C. O'Con
nor, lot 11. square 3025, $10.
Washington Heights Merchants' Loan and
Trust Company et al.. trustees, to Anthony
Z. Tyssowakl. lot 27. $12,500.
Eslln Estate Laura F. Olney et vlr. Ed
ward B.. to Julia P. Truxton. lot 641. $10.
Randolph street northwest, near North Capi
tol street (the Nebraska) Stelle V Kefau
ver to W. W. and Howard W. Smith. lot
8. block 9. Bloomlngdale, $10.
Dobbins' Addition William C Allard et al.
to Michael D. and Julia A. Hogan, lot 91,
square 19. $10.
ML Pleasant Archie W. Tracey et ux. to
Ed T. Staley, lot 569. $10.
Petworth Lllllam C Hough et vlr. George
B. Kayner, at 3S4i.-Connecti(rat Jive.
C. to August J. Welgmah, lots ,20. squat
32, and lots 15 and ,16, square 84,, $10.
Petworth D. DarbyvThorapion et' ux. to
Mary V. Dawson, lot M. square 323. $10.
Columbia Heights Charles M. Campbell et
ux. to Courtney. Campbell, lot' 67, square
Dobbins' Addition Louis C. Dinner to Joseph
Paul, lot 43. square 2500. $10.
Petworth David J. Dunlgan to Edna.L. Red
man, lot 95, block 73, $10.
Lanier. Eelghtsr-James E. Poole et ux. to
Andrew C Shannon, lot 317. $10-
2017 Fourth street northwest George F.x Col
lins, trustee, to - Oliver Johnson, lot 49,
square 3085 (Effingham, place), 3L
ML Pleasant, and Pleasant Plains-Joseph A.
'Roth to Rose S HendeL lots. 82. S3; 84,
block 3. $10.
Whitney Close Fred. B. Rhodes ,et ux. to
Fred B. Rhodes and A. L. Newmrer.
trustees, lots 111 and 112. block L $10.
Woodley Park Kennedy Brothers to Charles
A. Hawley. lot 3C, . square; 2204. $10.
ML Pleasant and Pleasant Plains Harry
Wardman' et al. to Ella E. Talbert (for
life), and E."Hume Talbert E. May Car
penter, and George Talbert (remainder),
lots 69 to 75. S2. 83. 84. 84. square 2838. $10.
Columbia 'Height Washington R.' Berry te
. same.- .iot.. diocjc is.r io.
ML Pleasant Archibald C Pryor to Anne A.
Pryor, lot 436. $18.
MtJ Pleasant Ernest O. Walker., et ux.
to ClaraiB. Sullivan, lot 729. 110.
Foxall Helchts Foxall Heights Company to
jonn xi. smooi, lot is. square 1334. $10.
Holmead Estate Francis' M. Dodge to J. H.
'M. Chaney. lot 38. $10.
Randle'HIghlanaeittantOtt R.r Norman et ux.
to Samuel S., EngllslV' tots 27 and 2S. block
E. and part block 9. $10.,
Richmond Park Richmond Park Improve
ment Company to Ralph M. .Brown. lot SS.
square' 2054, $10. Same-to Michael Harris,
lou 30 and .31." square 2064, $10. Same to
Rodle, S. Cooksey, lot 64, square 2064. $10.
Chlllum Castle Heights Washington Land
and Mortgage Company to Jcseph V. Gon
zales, lot II. square 3383. $1000.
Chlllum iCastle Heights R. N. Koblegard et
ux. to Washington Land and Mortgage
Company, lots 32 and 3S. square 3393. $10.
Chevy Chase Thomas M. Gale et al., trus
tees, to Hugh J. and Mary J. Murray, lota
23 and 30. square 1863. $2300.
Chevy Chase Thomas M. Gale et aL. trus
tees, to Edward H. Jones. lot E7. square
Woodrldge Henry' A. Vleth et ux. to Walter
Ungsbach. lot 40. square 4317. J10.
Barry Farm John L. Massey to Julia L.
Massey. part lot 6. section 1. 410.
AnacostlaJohn L. Massey to JuUa L. Mas
sey. lot 604. no.
AvsJon Heights John L. Massey to Julia L.
Massey. lot 9. block 6. $10.
Barry Farm John L. Massey ta Julia L.
Massey, part lot 11. section 9, $10.
Addition to Congress Heights John L. Mas
sey, lot 18. block 4. 310.
Richmond Tark Hattie P. Edmunds et vlr.
James E.. to Donald S. Edmonds. lot 54.
square 2061. HO.
Ranging in price from 7,500 to $30,000 arid
6 rooms and bath to 20 room's and 3 baths.
Every house is completely detached, lots
50 feet frontage to 250 feet frontage.
Let us show you the one you ought to
J. Fisher & Co., Inc;,
General Sales Agent
-Villiam B. ftayner; son of. the H
Senator Rayner. of Maryland, has pur
chased the residence at 3841 Connecticut
avenue nd win make his residence
there Immediately upon .securta pos
session. The house wu built lese than a year
ago by "William A. Hlll,,and Franklin
T, Banner. It waa acquired a few
months aito by William J. Kehoe In
exchange for other property, the. prea-
a Mnn)iiu tolnsr mfldfl from afr.-JCe-
hoe through the office of Moore & HIH.
The consiaerauon is unoemuoa -u m
slightly less than P0.WO. t
The house Is constructed- of white
pressed brick, nanasomeiy. wm
with Indiana limestone. It contains
fourteen rooms and flvei bathe, and la
nai-nl.,.'nnnatriltl In OvelV detail.
''t Tho front Is thirty-eight feet, -.thua al
lowing ample space lor a targe cesnei
hall, which la a feature .of the constrHC
tlon. The lot la 120 feet deep.
The residence is one 01 a group oj
three residences built by Moore and
Banner, the other two betas; already
CHILLUM HEIGHTS '
OS TO HAVE.
Citizens' Association, to Urge
Speedy Completion of
A program of actlvitlea "to urge upon
Congress the necessity of completing at
this session the legislation required to
extend New Hampshire avenue In a
straight line from Its present terminus
to the District line,, was mapped out in
the monthly -meeting- or the Chlllum
Heights' ;CltIens'- Aasoclattek'.Jaat night.
A committee was appointed to carry a
petition before the House- committee
which has the bill under cSnsJderatlen;
and John Melklejohn waa appointed- a
committee of one to get the names ,of-
all property holders along me avenue
on the petition.
The measure- making possible the ex
tension of the avenue to the District
line has been passed by the Senate, and
needs only a. favorable reportto: carry
tt through!, tfaeJHoas and Malta :it A
law. The committee, armed, with the
petition of the; property holders, will
uppear before the House committee as
soon as the bin can be taken up and
plead for a favorable' hearing..
Another resolution adopted by the as
sociation waa for the appointment of
a committee to appear before the board
of District Commissioners to ask that
electric lights and gaa be extended into
the Chlllum Heights community.
Preliminary arrangements were also
made 'for the 'annual election, of of fleers.
This election will be held in the meet
ing In February.
Pian to Greet "Ad" Men.
Plans for the entertalnmen.t of the
"ad" men who wil visit Washlntgon
after the national convention, to he held
In Baltimore. June 15. were discussed at
a meeting of the Washington Ad Club
yesterday afternoon. Among the plans
proposed was an auiomooue nae around
the city and a. luncheon.
in size from
One of- the most: lrapeftaatdevelep
ments In the northeast section In many
months Is the 'new jbuUdlBg ot the
FlelechraajHi CempaAy.insakers.of eeta
pressed yeast.' at 3U F-rtyret norjfc.
east. The building waa ,corapleted;d
taken possession , of, during, this week.
The Fletechmana Coo)paay baa va
cated Its former quartera on Thirteeath
street northweet. near G-aireer, tak
ing , advantage ,of thew superior fast
freight faciliUes of the northeast lo
cation. The new building, .fronts forty-seven
feet on F street and. la" alaetyrflve feet
long. It "is constructed, of re-ea&reed
concrete arid i thoroughly, fire-proof.
Th front Ja of- -a dartc- Dult Kosnan
brick, trimmed , with Indiana. imeetoae.
The front part- of the' building la
used by ther i'lelscbmann Company aa
their offices, 'and in .the; rear' is a
modern, fireproof garage" where are
Kept- the -tieuvey trucKs ot tae com
pany. The offices are trimmed In quar
tered oak and the .fixtures match the
A feature, ot. the. Interior-la-.ao, ex
tra' large refrigerator where the yeast
that la handled by the company-juay
be kept, pefectlj.-freaa.
The total' coat of the building ia.'not
far short of tttt.480, -.and c the iaere,:te
encouraging to-those "who. have-faith
la the northeast section aa a. :goot.lc- f'A
cauon. ior sucn- ousAnepa coocers. a. y&
Goenner fa. the architect of the- buOd- i-;i
lng. and the. Charles. J. Csseldy Ce
were ..the contractors. v . .-
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