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OVUe wolMie to build the&r 41"
ta, after acquiring a let. have
wot the funds nor the isam Vf
financing a house. Under our pla
we not only furnish the lot, but Wt
range for the financing, pla the
house, Vuperintend its construction
and relieve the purchaser of all the
worry and trouble usually Incident to
M , E VE Ibuildingaho .
"Thi pla shuld not be confused
with the "ready-cut" homes uch
advertised. Our plan contemplates
the building of a limited number of
high-clas detached homes in the
highly restricted suburb of Masoa.
Company to Erect Made-to- chusetts Avenue Heights. It Is, we
Order Dwellings in Massa- th1n9 the responss already rw
chusetts Avenue Heights. le should solv the housing prob
hu~ettslemn for many people In Wshington."
A new departure in real estate BOSTON TO HOLD RADIO
circles An Washington An the recent
announcement of the firm. of Mc- EXPOITN MAY 3-6
Reever & Goes, of "custom-built" BOSTON, April ,i.--An extensive
houses in Massachusetts Avenue Pogram of radio novelties and lee
Heights. Through a client who is tures by many of the foremost au
the owner of a large number of at. thorities will feature the Bostop
I ractive lots In his high-class suburb, Radio Exposition, the first In New
the firm hag offered to plan, finance, England. to be held here May 8 to 6.
and build homes to suit the indi- Inclusive.
vidual purchaser. Among the wtreles novelties will
"This plan," according to R. L. be traveling dos and dolls, controlled
McKeever, head of the firm, "offers bv radio; a wlreescontrolled auto
.Special advantages to the prospective mobile and other similar features.
home buyer which cannot be obtained
In.-buying a house built by the specu- There will also be extensive broad
lator. It enables the purchaser to casting, demonstrations of unique
Pelect practically his own plans. It apparatus and prize contests for
gives him an opportunity to have
Worked out in his home his own mndi. amateurs.,
Vildual Ideas of arrangement, at a Space already has been reserved by
Price no larger than he wou!d pay more than fifty of the leading radio
for a house built and then offered manufactuters, distrtbutots, dealers
for sale." and publislhers.
"Through this plan," McKeever ex-Co-operating In arranging the lec
Plalned, "the prospective purchase ture program are Hiram Percy
van be financed on a reasonable cash Maxi , president of the American
Payment, equivalent to the cash pay. Radio Relay League, and Dr. Valdi
anent required on houses already mar Bush. of the Massachusetts In
built.-It is our experience that many stitute of Technology.
MONEY TO LOAN 5
ON REAL ESTATE -W
Owners, Builders, Brokers
First and Second Trust Funds now
available in any amount. Immediate
consideration given to all applica
CLARENCE F. WELCHv
"Real Emtate Loan Specialist"
717 14th St. N. W. Main 4289 n
b No picture or description adequately
of the architect, Mr. Robert F. Beresford
"RThe substantial character of the ho
7 hW EVE
T bNgowicteio deencrgeio addeqihutely
hall, 6rst floor tiled lavatory, tiled bath and shower and b
S The entrance of Bethesda Blue Granite, which is so g
=in the construction, makes it unnecessary to enter across i
S The reception hail has clothes closet and gives entry
=living room with big stone fireplace. The hall protects t
Iwinter's draughts. The stairway is very neatly designed.
Adjoining the attractive dining room is a most delight
tiled lavatory and clothes closet, and *hich may be used
= bedroom, den or nursery. French doors add an attractive
The kitchen is large and bright and is well arranged
e'ntry from kitchen to stairway.
E The bed chambers are large, light and airy. One ha
others one exrceptionally large closets, with electric light
Tecellar is concrete floored; walls are' finished'i~
numerous windows. Laundry, extra toilet, hot-water hea
h et eletri fitrsaemost attractive. Hardwood If
ou=r es ultyswdoak 7-8 inches thick.
* ~How, to Get There
Take Chevy Chase Cars, or drive out
* Connecticut Avenue to Jocelyn st., turn
Swest two blocks. House open all day
8ti 15th St. N.W.
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DELEGATES TO "Whe's B Now
REALTY MEETX om
thw w ~
ULlVE MAYaw crasy and
who is Sano.
Large Party From Washngton Whn Dr. Jtses F. Roony
Aof ny prs~dont of the
To Attend Conveition In sar M I oiet, in opos
San Franoioo. ins the bill declard that 90 per
cent of the unikilled labot in
This cnvention eenuittee of the thi world is, carried en by, men
t B h tal defectives, the governor re
adopted a complete itinerary for thear all mental
local delegates epeeted to attend defetiin some way."
the convention of the National Ajsso. "Then are many times when
elation of Real Retate Beard to be I think you are right, governor."
held in San Franlsoo May a1-June 3. Dr. Rooney replied.
According to the Itinerary as ar- Under the Knight bill it is
ranged, the delegation will leave claimed that anyone with a
Washington May 38 and will make grudge against another person
stops in 9t. Louis, Kansas City, can have that person taken into
Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, Slt court on a charge of being a
Lake City and Chinag*. Eatensive mental defective.
sight-seeing trips at each of the
stops are now being arranged. From the largest delegation and the
the expressions of the members, it oision is arrived at after a calcu.
is clearly evident that the motor lation of the number of miles travel
caravan which baa been arnged led. As Washiltgton is one of the
by the Lee Angeles beard met with Artherest removed boards from San
universal approval of the local real. Frnisco, it will surely be In close
tors. This caravan is destined to competition if it does not actually
complete the Journey to San Fran- win the attendance trophy.
cisco, covering a trip approximately
600 miles over splendid highways SALVATION ARMY CHIEF
traversing what is considered the
prettiest section of the State of cj.| IN FIGHT ON WET DONOR
ifoa'nia. NEW YORK April S.-James
While the San Francisco board Speyer K Interna i b a e
has arranged the usual program, pnal banker, who
much as dinners, sight-seeing trip is chairman of the coming Salva
and other local entertainment, the tion Army drive for $600,000 and an
principal feature will be an ocean officer of the New York division
trip. It is expected that mest of
the realtors from the East will take of the Association Against the Pro
advantage of the opportunity of a hibitlon Amendment, must resign
ide through San Francisco bay out one of these positions, Commander
fn the Pacific ocean. Immediately Evangeline Aooth, head of the
ifter the #convention a golf tourna.
nent will be held at Del Monte for army, announced today.
he San Francisco trophy. This ar. When informed by newspaper men
'angement requires an extended trip of Speyer's connection witi an anti
>f three d during which time prohibition rally here last night
:ther Cal- durgnictio e Commander Booth said that while
>lanning liberal entertainment he always had been a liberal con.
Complete announcement of the trip tributor to the army, he could not
Cod pethe daofhemento ha remain as head of the drive unless
eid the details of the convention ha. he ceased his activities in favor of
moen sent each member of the local '.demon rumn."
oard and it is expected titat within "I had no idea that Speyer was
,nother week the definite delegation
rill have been named. While the anti-prohibition," she said. "and I
lub, which was formed some months had no idea he was chosen head
go for the purpose of paying in of our drive. I Jeel sure there must
ionthly Installments the gross ex- be a mistake somewhere. The Sal.
enses, was composed of only thirty vation Army in opposed to liquors
iembers, these with their wives and in every form."
ther realtors who have indicated
leir intention of attending the con. Art Exhibit Opens Today.
entlon, assure a delegation of some The first annual eahibition of the
Ifty to seventy-five. This will be Society of Washington Artists will
Ie largest delegation from Washing- i
)n that has ever attended an annu- open at the Corooran Gallery of Art
I convention. today and will continue until Sunday,
In this connection the local dele- April 23, Inclusive. Admission will
ation has a fair chance of winning be charged on Mondays. Wednes.
be attendance cup. This cup is days and Fridays. On other days
warded each year to the board that admission will be free.
Built To An Ideal
Presenting to the Discriminating Pui
Believing That in These Superior Homes We
1, Character, Individuality,
tells the story of the desirability and the genuine v
, and the builders, the Allan E. Walker Investmer
ses in this entire section, both completed and und
1Y BUNGALOW WILL BE EQUIPPED WITH
oms. reception *
he' large living
into the large
uis room from
ful roonm, with
as sun parlor,
There is an
atwo and the
u white, with.
ting plant and
We Invite You to Inapm
The National A
l'apital's Greatest W
BRHT COPNY ISSUE VERMIS
SELLS -SEVERAL ON BG1 PIS
D.CiPROPERTIES ROAD PROJECT
Transfer Includes Apartment A. Oreston to Erect Twelve
House at 1900 Third St. Two-tory Dwellings at
N. W. for 413,500. Cost of $108,000.
A. 0. Drodt reports the sale of A permit was obtained this Wek
the following properties through th by A. Oreegon to build twelve two.1
Brodt Realty company, Inc.: Four.
story apartment house at 1100 Thi story brick dwelling on spring read,
street northwest, to Louis Zox, for at an estimated ot of0
the sum of about $13,600; also the The following permit. were also
sale of 426-428 Eighth street north- obtained:
west, the public gar-age. to a local A. A. Perley. to erect one two-story
investor for about $33000, and he andattlc bellow-tile dwelling at On
Rahester apartments. sold by Ml tarbo and Adams Mill ros northwest;
F. Brodt through the offices ofestimated cat, $26,000..
Higbie & Richardson and Mandler- H. Kapneck, to erect one two-story
Terry Company, for $78,500. brick apartment at 5404 Connecticut
The new subdivision bounded by avenue northwest: estimated mot,
Ellicott and Feesenden streets and $25.000.
Wisconsin avenue northwest IN tak- 0 G. Nottingham. to build one two
Ing with the buying of lots by home ry brick and tile dwelling at 1331
builders and it seemis an though the Emerson street northwest; estimated
subdivision will soon. have a number c
of houses started.
The property at 521 Eleventh C. J. Walker, to build ten twotory
northwest warn eId by Karl F. Brodt brick dwellings at 700-14 Kennedy
to the Merchantir Lunch Company, street: estimated cost, $51.000.
and they will continue to conduct C. D. Caulkins, to build one two
their businees there, am in the past. story frame dwelling at "04 Thirty.
seventh street northwest; estimuad
Deny Concession to S. .$,000.
DenyConesson o S 0. C. H. Small, to 1'idld nine two-story
LONDON, April S.-A report that brick dwellings a, 1027-43 Quebec
the Standard Oil Company has been street northwest; estimated cost,
granted complete rights to exploit $40.000.
the oil resources of Palestine was of- T. C. Lyon, to build one one-story
tically denied today. frame dwelling at 1625 Twenty-fifth
Buy a Water Front Lot at
The most beautiful site on Chesa
peake Bay. A high-class restricted
summer home colony. Wide sandy
beach, fine bathing, boating and fish
An easy drive over good roads via,
Marlboro and Annapolis. Representa
tive on the grounds Sunday.
Write or phone for booklet.
LANHAM & HILL
1400 H St. N. W. Main 366
.-NQT To A Price
Vtic of the National Capital Our New
IN CHEVY C
Have AchiEeved in Remarkable Detret
Beauty, Utility, Perman
vortC of these new homes. A personal inspection i
cr construction, marks it as the most desirable in
A COMPLETE LONG - DISTANCE RADIO OLJ
C. . maloqul ite tosthry
brick dwelings a ce02-4 aeec
tree orth est; estaecos,
Buy a Wter FrotyLotha
Themot eatifl it o "Lhetime
summr h me olon.bWde alosy n
beah, in bahin, oatngafte plsh- y
An esy dive ver ood r e s ervic
Marloro nd nnaplis.Rep esen ta re
tive on thergounds Sunday
Writem o phn f oriookltr o
street southnal ex"Mted seek j avanua iedt ,
X. 3. Daston. to bd eleven two. loo" %t
story brick dwenin* at 3241 Madirt- r- t-t -
warshouge& at z I trs
son street northwest; estimated eest. nortiWOst --"-ig I
*4*0.Robert A nrwOur. '0
C. . Piere , to b ood n W 001 W y = t rick dw a I
Ob 0"nW 4welling, 140 1 .11Q street northwast;'
Otr5. na e*stated -Co-t. m .
D. .. .es. to bund eielvt two- at
Usto 1d6 f biddbtto try brick' dwellings at 3-2 1as HARSUG aAr .-A
k TwAl t 1741 nMor ei* Mad sest fhreatl iestas
ned ddad&Wrwert; estimsated cost. $U1.9". .1
jo-e& $4.W.Adams Home Build!nacnmmaav'
C. H. Tonpkis. to build one bri- to build three o ri
lionsl story at .1 Thomas olift.; esti, Inge at ITW160-12 T street sotheast:
maw corts 3 .eimated es aming Cost h d11e
7). J7. Dunlsa. to build tWel two.
story brick dwellings at U124 MOUSE.WOMEN-PANIC!
ennedy street northwes t n wn TA oEA
mest, $94,00o. PN RI EAE
19. M. Newhand. to bulm one lft- A TW.PaAril 11-'A
1tory brick dwelling at 12si MA s,- e p
hbuffetts avenue northwest;, esnd- WOu which earged into a group @f
mated cost, 148,000. womn passengers heor up the hara w
Bnelnge b Pederson. to build rlsburg acommedati. n en the Pes.:
even twostory bric0 dwellings at sylvania railroad several minutes at
6116-27 Twelfth street northeast: esti- Mount Wolf station.
mated oot, $46.C00. The mouse appeared on the pat
T'. A. Jsinesoo. to build five brick form an the paaeers were about to
two-storyrfdwelligs at Sn-33 71orida board the train. Women d
avenue northekt: estima cost, screming, while the -endute bew;
$3000. the train. The mouse was captre
Jacob Hickman, to build one two- when It became tangled In one of the
story brick warehouse. 6 Rhode women's shoestrings.
SCash-Six rooms, sleeping porch,
larm. I., hardwood floor, shaded lawn;
a beautiful and artistic home. Price,
2- $500 Cash-ix rooms, semi-detached.
remarkable value for such a low price;
15 minutes from center of town.
s1-45m0 CCsh-Two-family apartment, 4
d rooms and bath in each; electricity, gas,
city water and sewerags; newly decr
ated; in perfect condition; convenient
to trolley and 23 minutes to center of
town. Price, $6,950.
HOW iO RtEACH LYON PARK
1. Take Falls Cbart line olley at Mt. Vernon Ralway
Station, 12th street a Pehneylvama avenue. WE off at Lysn
Park Station. Commnutation fare, 14% ents.
2. Drive over Highway Bridge and Military Road. over co
crete road south of Arlington Cemetery to Hatfield. and thence
to Fort Myer. Take Fort Avenue to Lyon Park.
3. Phone Main 1145 for salesman to drive you to property.
RUBY LEE MINAR
412 Evans Building Main 114
s necessary to gauge this new triumph
smart, fashionable Chevy Chase.
~offrci ok n aering.sd nths
aigestquaitymatrias hve eeaied 2430
masterldesigner, theylill gMivealifetielland