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LIFE POLICIES ;: OF FIGHTERS Soldiers and Sailors' Civil Belief Act Provides Need ed Protection. By -eil??? Braaaer. A. ?TV ??hint ton Herald Corre?pondenti E '-What shall I do about my lite In aurarne policy and it? premiums'.'' 1? ;*a question many drafted men have .-been asking. Th? answer is?if certain thing? ?lo cat bar it?let ? nel? Sam laic? up the pallcy for you. if you ar? unabla to k?Mp up the premiums. The Soldiers and Sailors' Keli?f Act, , aften referred to a? th? moratunu.n act. give? libara) relief to th? soldier with an insurance policy or laember ?talp ia a tvUereal iusui ?uice ersaniza Vtion. provided. Tbe StipalatI???. First?The Su??, ?roe? aot exceed Si.???. a W?oond?Th? contract was mad? aad premiums paid thereon prior to September 1. HIT. Third?the policy do?? not become void if th? insured is in military aervice. -Fourth?Th? policy doe? not re quire for men. I ? ipilitary service th? payment of an increased prem ian. If th? soldier or Sailor policy holder can meet the?? restriction:-. h? snakes out an ?-pphcation to the War Riak Inaurane? Bureau, and ehe government then take? car? of kirn. - The law ?ay? no ?uch policy ?hall b? forfeited for tbe nonpayment of ?seanltrm during the period of ?uch military service, or during one year altar th? expiration of ?uch period. A copy or th? soldier's applica tion give? to th? inaurane? company or fraternal organisation, and a duplicata to th? War Riak Insurance Bureau. Each month the secretary ?f th? treasury turns over to these canceras bonds to secure th? pay mtnti of the unpaid premiums. To iasUmmfy th? government against loa?, it holds a flrst lien on th? policy thus protected. Ia Kramt af Death. In the ?vent of the death of the insured person,-th? amount of unpaid prroaiusos, plus the interest provided far in the policy. Is deducted and the balance paid to the beneficiarie?. If the Insured does not within a year after the expiration of hla serv ice pay up all past doe premiums with interest, the policy will lapse. Tha policy holder, in his application fer th? benefit? of the set. signs an agreement that he will reimburse the government witl-'n a year after the -war end? for all the premium? It pays fo.? him, plus a per cent interest. If h? fail? to do ?o. the government is reiraburaed out ot the cash surrender value of the policy. The policy-holder ia protected by a watchful govern ment: th? insurance company I? pro taci**! by government bond?; the gov ?rnntent is protected by flrst lien on th?-policy. "Within 129 days after enlistment ?r draft each soldier or sailor may pro car? Insurance from the government Mself at much lower rates than foni th? inaurane? companies. H on Sarcasm Seen h Acts ?a Poland Stockholm. July 13.?In reply to a request for th? payment of money re avivad by the Germans in forced "?sana from the city, the municipal authorities of Warsaw wer? told to see the "Polish" minister of finance. Aa the entire financial administration ia in the hands of Germany, this fine hit of Hun sarcasm i? taken by the Pole? to mean that Poland must pay Oermany's war expenses in Poland. PURELY PERSONAL. Mrs. Marshall Field Is In Manches ter, Max?., for the summer. Henry wfilte is mftktng ? ?hort visit to White Sulphur Hprings. Va. Mi?. M. C Wentworth is spending th? ?ummer at Jackson. N. H. Mis? Ella Schultx is visiting friends tn Chester, Pa. Mrs. Frank P. I^etch I? at Stony man Camp. Va., for a short visit. Major Robert G. Paxron, I". S. ?.. as at White Sulphur Spring?, V?., for ? short visit. Miss Mildred Bromwoll returned y?-at?rdny iron Klkins, West Vir ginia. MHs f.'.'..<n Bruce 'ae arrived In "vgaahin^toa ytsterday from Klkins. Weat Virgil?;?. Mrs. AI.-TSirle- Williams Bidd'e, who has '. ' -n visiting In Waihlnsi"?, ?ett yeste-day tor her home st Ra?? aar. Pa. Mr. -r.'' Hu. George I'-n-phiey?, of Enaiewo .!. X. J . arrived yesterday far a ?horc visit ?sith their daughtee. Misa Marcia Humphreys. . Mhvs Peggy Tha y er and Mies Polly Thayer arrived in Waahington yester day from llavei ford. Pa "?= Barney of Watertown X. T. Is in Wsshinaton as the guest of Mia . Charles Hartley. Miss Mary E. Ledeyer Wood is l??ving for a month? stay In Blacks burs, Va. Mra. Fred Dennet left Washington ytsSUrday for New Tork. Miss Ella Schuli? has left Washing ton for ?Chester Ps... ?her? ?he will ?Otad th? summer with friends. Mrs. Arthur Graham is stopping at the Sits Carlton, in Xew York. -Mrs. Willard Saulsbury Is at Poland Spun??, M .? . ? F C. Emerson Is visiting Thomas **}ooD?r in the latter'? home in Chesa peake Bearh. Maryland. Representative Madden, of Illinois. ha? ron? to Chicago. M. ?. Vara, of the Council of "NTa tiarnal Defense whe haa been out of th? city on business returned yester ?lar. MW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS. **?? Tock. July 12.?Tha following WaabingtooUr? are registered at lo cal hotel?: * V?a Cbrtlaad, W. H. Cox; Lon*acre J. B. Fitspatricl: ; Grand, ?. R. McDerraott. R. Rav. R. .O. Dodky. C. A. Whipple, J. F. Phll Ifos; Martha Washington, Mrs. H. F. "ftaaflekl. ?ira. R Taylor. Mrs. ?. a Dacy; Coarti nan tal. C. D. SmalUng. M. H. Heise; Flandars. A. N*. Taylor, M. f?. Banus: Btrsalin, D. M. Barclay; Herald ?tqaara, P. J. Bennett. A. C. J^-Mt-guaoa; Bt, Jamais, W. J. L??t?r; Latham, A. K. nrtiaismut?, TRADE REPRESENTATIVES'. 9. Kann Sons ? ?So., s. G. Spitxer. ?hoes. 432 Fourth Ave.. 13th flot?-.?, Palais R i -al. t?. <;. rherry. men's furnlshiiis -joodf ai Flftr, Ave. Hot I Albei? Wooenanrl * Uiihrop. F. ?. Tfceodward. bou.? and magasines, ?i* Four ih ???.. Witti Contuaolal. Put that Home in Save! Save! Put Your Money in Real Estate! You've got more money today to spend than you ever had before, and you're spending it, too! But are you spending it wisely? Are you putting it where it will bring returns threefold? Here's a proposition that can't be duplicated any where. Something tangible, something worth while. Put your money in real estate?the fundamental ''principle" underlying all fortunes. Don't forget that a day is com ing when you'll need those dollars you're throwing away so prodigally now. Many a "big" man today owes his present position of prominence and wealth to the fact that he bought REAL ESTATE when he was young?bought it a little at a time?bought it when it was selling cheap. Colmar Manor offers the safest, sanest, thriftiest op portunity to save you have had presented you. Don't hesitate on details. Don't stop tc consider whether you can "afford" it. You know you can. You know you're not making the most of your good position and your ex cess income. Cut out a few luxuries and buv REAL ES TATE?buy COLMAR MANOR LOTS, think of it? you can buy a lot for $59 and pay for it on easy in stallments! Investigate now. COLMAR Washington's Suburb Supreme Colmar Manor is situated on the Washington-Baltimore boulevard in Maryland, just across the District line. It paralles the broad highway that brings more traffic into the city than all the other roads combined. It is within four and a half miles of the Capitol Building. Easily reached by trolleys. Take any car on New York avenue to Fifteenth and H streets northeast, and transfer to a Hyattsville car. It means a ride of less than 30 minutes. Colmar Manor affords you an opportunity to own lots in a beautiful location that absolutely assures increased value. It ? is high and dry and healthy. It is an unprec edented opportunity. These lots in Colmar Manor are selling with unheard-of rapidity ?nearly half of them have been purchased by thrifty people already. Colmar Manor has every advantage one could ask for and is truly the suburb supreme of Washington. Looking Toward Washington. Colmar Manor on the Left. COLMAR MANOR?View Showing Cutting of Streets. COLMAR MANOR REAL ESTATE DEPT. Room 43, Metzerott Bldg., 1110 F St. N. W? Washington, D. C. Dat?*? ?-'??s.s-s. ..... ,...-.'.'.?.-,'. a Gentlemen:? Kindly mail me, without cost, maps, illustrations, views and full information re garding the $59 lots in COLMAR MANOR. x\ ame ????.?>_?_?_b?m?c*>-..?? . ^,... .> ?>>- ?; Address..-..-.?_, City and State, Who's Who in Colmar Manor Th? Colmar Manor property was purchased and subdivided into lots by the J. W. Holloway Co., one of America's most experienced and reliable corporations in the field of real estate development. They are aggressive; they are thoroughly substantial. Their business is to locate cities that are rapidly expanding and buy up large holdings of land adjacent to them and cut these holdings up into lots. We have successfully developed suburbs in Atlanta, Ga.; Wilmington, Del.; Baltimore, Md., and other cities. We have come to Washington because we realize -that the National Capital is growing faster and expanding farther than any other city in America. For a year we have been investigat ing property in and about Washington. We have thoroughly studied the situation here, the trend of development and the real estate activities. We were finally convinced that the site of Colmar Manor is the one logical property to develop. It took time to acquire it; it took more money to purchase it than would have bought other larger tracts, but Colmar Manor has an assured future, and we could see it. We paid the "price, and now we offer it to you. No More Than Two Lots to a Person No More Than Four Lots to a Family The Important Thing to Remember Is One-Half of These Lots Have Already Been Sold Free Auto Service from ia front of our F Street Office Direct to COLMAR MANOR and Return, Every Hour M the Hour AD This Week. On Sunday the auto service runs only from 15th and H Streets N. E. to the property?end if you wait until Sunday some other lucky purchaser is going to have in his possession the lots you want. Be among those who are "oa the job" and avoid nest Sunday's rush. It'll really take less of your actual time, and the result will be to your -complete satisfaction. ACT AT ONCE! Ss J. W. HOLLOWAY CO. Colmar Manor Real Estate Dept. ' 1110 F St. Room 43, Metzerott Bldg. Phone Franklin 898 LOTS, $59.00 $5 Down and Only$l a Week Makes you a real estate owner ---a sharer in the prosperity of Washington. HERE'S THE PLAN READ IT! r It Tells You How You Can Share in Washington's Growth You have your unrestricted choice of lots in this sub division. There are no selected locations held up; there are no reservations for any purpose whatever. Every block will be divided into building lots. Streets are being cut through and graded. Property is restricted to desirable people. A warranty deed goes with every lot. The title will be perfect, and even the taxes will be paid. You can build on it; you can sell it; you can do what you please with it. DOWN AND $1.00 A WEEK STARTS YOU on the ROAD TO PROSPERITY Our plan of easy payments?$5.00 down and only a dollar weekly?enables you to become a real estate owner without having the actual cash to swing the deal. Most of the Jots are selling at $59.00, but there ?ve a few which, because of their extreme desirability and excep tional location, we are compelled to price at higher figure?. Should you select any of these lots, proportionate terms and conditions will apply. COLMAR MANOR REAL ESTATE DEPT. Room 43, Metzerott Bldg., 1110 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. Dal?? mmmmm ?.??.. ?_?.? ?:?*?.. ?. ._... ? ? ? Gentlemen : I am interested in your COLMAR MANOR proposition enough to inspect the property.day (forenoon ?afternoon). AT YOUR EXPENSE AND WITH NO OBLI GATION WHATEVER TO ML M^while -send me FREE full general information, with maps and plats for my ex amination, please. Name, Address.