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AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SALE "EVERY THURSDAY At
903 N ?L n?. Furniture, catpeta, clothing,
iboea an<i general houaa supplies; sale at 10
E. R. RUSSELL & CO.
Auctioneer*. d?7-tf
Thoa. J. Owen A Son, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE S RAI.E OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE TO BE HOLD
IN THE OFFICE OF THOS. J. OWEN A
SON. AUCTIONEERS. 1S31 O ST. NW. By
?irtue of seven certain deeds of trust duly
recorded in Liber 4173 at folio 61. Liber
4203 at folio 299. Liber 4213 at folio 99.
Liber 4213 at folio 90. Liber 4227 at folio
254. Liber 3966 at folio 419 and Liber 4199
at folio 12 respectively of the Land Records
of the .District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the parties secured thereby, the
undesigned trustee will sell at Public Auc
tion. within tbe Office of THOS. J. OWEN
A SON 1331 G ST. NW.. ON TUESDAY.
THE 10th DAY OK FEBRUARY. A.D.. 1920.
AT I O'CLOCK. P. M.. the following de
scribed land and premises situate in the
District of Columbia. Namely?(1) all of
lot 30 and the west one-half by the full
depth of lot 29 in square 1997: (2) lot 9
In square 1862; ?3> all of lots 23 and 26 in
square 1995; (4) all of lot 34 and the south
one-half by the full depth of lot 33 (con
taining a total 8051.81 square feet) in
square 1999: ?5? also lot IS and lot 3S and
the east one-half by the full depth of lots
19 and 20 tn square 199C. all cf the above
being in Fulton R. Gordon's subdivision of
part of a tract called "Chevy Chase Grove'*
as said subdivision is recorded in the Of
fice of the surveyor for the District of Co
lurahil in Book 6l at page 10; ?6) lot 29 in
square 2001 in Fulton R. Gordon's subdi
vision of part of a tract of land called
"Chevy Chase Grove." D. C.. as said sub
division is recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor of the District of Columbia in Book 54.
page 32; (7) also lots 4 and 5 in square 1995
in Fulton R. Gordon's subdivision of part of
a tract of land called VCbevy Chase Grove."
??Resurvey on New 3e at." "Vale," and
"Fellowship" as said subdivision is recorded
in the Office of the Surveyor of the District
of Columbia in Book "No. 42 at page 21.
Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance in
one and two years, with interest at 6 per
centum, per annum, payable seml-annOally
and seevred on the property sold or all cash
at purchaser's cptlon. A deposit of S2"0
on each parcel required at time of sale and
the purchaser allowed thirty days to com
plete the purchase. Further particular? at
time of sale. J. H. GORDON. Trustee.
Ja30-10t-d-ex-S
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AUCTION SALES.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneer,.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE.
!*y virtue of a certain deed of-trnst duly
recorded, in Liber No. 3512, Folio 251 et
seq., of the land records of the District of
Colombia, and at the request of th? party
secured thereby, the underaigned trwteea will
sell, at public auction at the auction rooms
of T. J. Owen A Son. on Friday, the 13th
day of February. A. D. 1920. at five o'clock
p. m.. the following-described land and prem
ises. situate lfc the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lots 4, 5, C, 7, 8 and
9 in Block 13 of Reno.
Terms:?Cash. Conveyancing, recording
and revenue stamps at cost of purchaser.
CHAS. W. BLACKWOOD.
ALBERT G. WIMER.
feM 3-11-12 Trustees^
FOR SALE?REAL ESTATE.
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OF YOUR PROPERTY. WE SAVE
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M. A. BAYLES A CO .
REAL ESTATE BROKER. V
13 PA. ATE. NW.
WE HAVE HOMES FOR "ALL" IN CITY
and. suburban; call and consult our list be
fore baying.
A. N. RUTAN
50* Kenoia Bid,. Hals tZH.
Classified Real Estate Advertising
HEDGES & MIDQLETON,
INC.
1334 H ?t. nw. Phone Main 1028.
l-rice. HMO NEAR 14th * PARK
RD. Vacaat aad la vary toot coa
ditloa. Tfci. la a rodfrn ft-room and
hath colonial type. having bard wood
8ALK?HOl'RKH
Soon and trim, bot-watar b?at aad
electric llfbta, froat aad raar
porch**. >NMaM* term* of aai*
will b* mad*.
Price. $4,000. NORTHS ART. A
mifbt.v good buj la a (-room and
hath brick, having cellar nodcr th*
entire bona*. II ha* fumarc heat
und ga. light aad caa be aold on a
?err small oaah paymaat. Inspect
this today.
Price. $7,130. SUBURBAN. Owb
er expects to leave th* city and has
offered this semi-detached hose con
talntng T rooms and bath (4 bed
rooms). It has hot-water heat, elec
tric lifhts and a carafe. An in
flection of this house will convince
you of its value.
Price. #*.300. NORTHEAST. In
a very convenient neighborhood. close
to a beautiful park and a food
school. A well-built bouae having 8
room a and bath. It la now meant
and In beautiful condition. It may
be sold on very attractive terma and
posaession fiven with deposit.
HEDGES & MIDDLETON. INC.
1334 H at. aw. Phone Mala 10:8.
? f?2t[
A Delightful1
Chevy Chase
Bungalow
Three blocka west of Connecti
cut ave.. on Bradley lane, near
Chevy Chaae Club. This home is
practically new; contains aiz
rooms and bath, and ia sit
uated on a larfe lot, 50x224.
PRICE $8,000
JOHN F. MAURY
Exclusive Agent.
823 13th at.
Phone Main 4080.
DIRECTING YOUR ATTENTION!
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TO
I
The Ansberry Medical Arts
Building
Vermont Ave. & L ?t.
Ready for occupancy ab^t July
1, It)20. Washington's moat modern
and especially constructed office
buildinf for the excluaive tenancy
of Doctors and Dentista.
Rental rates and floor plana
upon application through
Ernest Hall Coolidge Company
S0? 17th at.
Telephones: Main 3482-3483.
Exclusive Rental Agency for Owner.
ADJACENT" TO "CHEVY CffiSE
$8300 $2000 Cash $65 Monthly
Seven rooms, bath, ann parlor, elec
tricity, hot-water, heat, open fireplace, cor
ner lot 150x150. Magnificent oak grove.
Half block from cars. IMMEDIATE POS
SESSION.
DECATUR HEIGHTS
$8000 $2500 Cash $50 Monthly
One acre, 6 rooms, bath, hot-water heat,
electricity, electric ranfe, garuge. IM
MEDIATE POSSESSION.
BUNGALOW
$7500 $3000 ash
$52.50 Monthly
SeTen rooms, tiled bath, sleeping porch,
j hot-water heat, electricity, open fireplace. 1
j 15 minutes to Treasury. One car fare. IM
MEDIATE POSSESSION.
$7350 $1500 Cash $60 Monthly
Five rooms, tiled bath, hardwood floor*,
and trim, hot-water heat, electricity. BRAND
NEW. VACANT.
NORTHWEST. DETACHED
$8000 $1500 Cash $60 Monthly
Seven rooms, tiled bath, hot-water heat,
electricity, Weatinf house electric range,
Pittsburg heater, Bleeping porch, built in
garage, porches. Wonderful view*. Lot.
?Oxl07. IMMEDIATE POSSE88ION.
0. B. ZANTZINGER,
903 NEW YORK AVE.'
Phone Main 5871. fe4-tf
DESIRABLE LOW PRICED
PROPERTIES
Wide Avenue Northeast?$5,750.
$ rooma and bath; colonial front; hot
water heat; not far from Lincoln Park.
Near 16th and T streets?$5,200.
Semi-detached; 6 rooma. bath; fur
nace beat; possession; bargain.
Near First and Q sts.?$4,200.
Brick, 6 rooma and bath, neat house
very reaaonable terma.
New York ave., near 7th $t.
$3,500.
Fran*, renting for $35. Suitable for
business purposes. Bargain.
Wide Avenue Northeast?$3,500.
Two-family flat. Bent, $43 month.
ALLAN E. WALKER & CO.. INC.
813 15th St. N. W. Main 428.
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YOC CANT AFFORD TO IGNORE THE
l*w of supply and demand. with in
cr??**d activity for bom** In spring will
come higher price*. It 1* inevitable. Im
mediate action will ?ar, you money. Buy
now and be farsighted.
Look over thla U,t of bargain, and you
will acre* with us the** are (reat value*:
. *4.900 ? Wonder- , $7,250 _ Here'.
diera** Horned ^ ?,?U' ??
rooma, brick, front
and rear porches,
cement cellar, alley.
Interior will be en
tirely redecorated.
$1,000 cash, balance
on terms. Don't
overlook this.
$4.950?6-room brick
home on I st. n.e.;
furnace heat; large
back yard. $750
cai?h. balance on
terps.
$5.750?Snuf 6-room
brick near Central
Hlfh School; h.-w.h.
electric lifht, front
porch, alley in rear.
Interior to be redec
orated. $1,000 cash. #wu
Terms. cash.
^J. I%LLAS GRADY,
your chance to live
in the suburbs. De
SS* . bunf alow,
12th at. n.e., h.
W.h.. electric light,
roaCrete front porch.
!?**? '<><: vacant.
Our best offer.
h ? 3-roota
brick house in won
location, aear
IJtb. Jnat north of
Masaachusetu av?.;
is;** bark yard and
?U*y. Excellent for
morning hoa?e. $1
"O? "?h. Terms.
$'-90O Don't fall
tp **a our home la
8 room*,
bath, furnace heat*
lot 35x115 ft. Room
tor garage oa 30-ft.
?ll?y; vacant. a
rood boy. $1,000
? - \ ? f ' 1
A FeSv Excellent Buys
In Homes
$9300.
EUCUD STREET N.W.
NIB* rooms, hath, hot-water heat, (U
and elaetTtc U(hta. nil U a wry <t?alrabla
brick bouH in a flM neighborhood. Coa
?eoiant to the Central High School. Tarma
of aala arranged.
19300.
NEAR I4TH AND PARK ROAD.
? Am corner hooM with large lot. shn*
bery nod double brick (irtft. This Is ia
unusual house, containing 6 rtomi and to
thoroughly modern. Colonial front porch.
Terma of sale arranged.
,$9,000.
NEWTON STREET N.W.
Thla attractive aemi-detached brick house
will aurely aatlafy yoa. It equina 7 con
veniently planned rooaaa, bath, hot-water
heat, gaa and electricity, laundry tuba In
basement. Immediate possession. Tarma of
aale arranged.
$6300.
KEARNEY STREET N.E.
Thoroughly modern alx-room houae with
hot-water heat, gaa and electricity, large
lot. liarage. Convenient to cara. Terma of
aale arranged.
GOLDEN RULE. INC.
Continental Truat Bldg. Main 1640-1641.
teS-tf
Business Property for S*le.
One of the beat buya if not the beet
buy north of N. T. are. N. W. on 7th
atreet. Large 3-etory brick, well built ,
bualneaa property; flrat floor a tore. 2
flat* on the 2 upper floora. modern
beating plant; price to a quick pur
chaser, $14,000. Only $4,000 caah.
Other brokers can aell thla property
through my office.
On H atreet N. E.; $15,600. One of
th ? be?t corner properties on thla
atreet; building la not modern but it la
a great corner for business and will
make you a great investment if you
shouldn't get any rent from It for yeare.
It will pay you to buy It if you wast a
good business corner suitable for moat
any kind of a wholesale or retail place.
$6,250?On H atreet K. K. Store and
dwelling; can be bought jnat now at the
above price; may not be for aale in a
day or two.
$5.or.o?A dwelling that can be re
modeled into a a tore. $2,000 caah.
$6.T50 for an 8-room dwelling on H
at. N. E. Thla property will make you
a very good home and located on a
business atreet It la almost aure to be
come valuable.
J. D. CARMAN.
District National Bank Bldg.
f.a-tf
800 N ST. NW.?Seven-room and bath;
on ally; $6,000. Terma can be ar
| ranged to ault.
3500 10th ST. NW.?Ten rooma and bath;
hot-water heat; electric ligbta; all
modern Improvements; $9,500. $5,000
caah; rest eaay terms.
APT. HOUSE8 FOR SALE. Ranging
from $22,500 to $11,000. Prices and
terma to ault.
MT. RAINIER. MD.
NEW BUNGALOW?Six rooma and bath;
just completed thres months ago; all
modern improvementa; immediate pos
session; $6,000. Can arrange terma to
ault.
BRENTWOOD.
HOUSE. 2 stories; 6 rooms; built S
years ago; lot 150x100; garage for 2
car*; fruit trees; nice home; vacant;
$4,000, $1,500 caah. rest eaay terma.
KENSINGTON.
HOrSE. 7 rooms and bath; a. m. I.;
acre of ground; fine frulta and garden.
Trice. $6,000; terma to ault.
SH1NN & HACKLEY.
; Real Estate and Business Brokerage
801 9th at., at H at. nw.
Telephone.
1 fe2-tf
1800 BLOCK S ST. NW.?Three-story
and basement, brick, furnace beat;
i price. $6,500; caah. $1,000; monthly pay
| menu. $60.
2300 BLOCK 17th ST. NW.?Two-story
brick; 6 rooms and bath; furns?-e heat;
i larce lot; good garage; gsa light; full
cellar.
.
| 900 BLOCK T ST. NW.?Three-story
brick; 7 rooma and bath; latrobe
heat and gaa; lot. 33x91 to large
| alley; price. $5,500; caah. $750; monthly
I payments, $50.
1400 BLOCK QUE ST. NW.?Three
atory brick; 8 rooms and bath; la
i trobe heat; newly papered and painted
throughout; immediate possession; price.
$5,250; caah. $750; monthly payments,
! $50.
BRADFORD & COMPANY. INC.
835 Southern Building.
15th and H eta. aw.
Telephonea Main 5877-5878.
fe2-tf
NEAR 14th AND OAK STS.; TWO
story colonial brick; containing alx
rooms and bath; hot-water heat;
electric light; hardwood floors; plas
tered cellar; house in perfect con
dition; Immediate poaaession if de
aired. Price. $6,750.
Excellent location in the northeaat
section; C at. near 9th; aix large
rooms; hot-air beat; cement cellar;
honae comparatively new. Price only
$4,500.
A desirable cornet property on
3rd st. southeast; convenient to Esst
Capitol at.; house contains nine
large rooms and bath; latrobe heat.
Price, $7,000; terma.
Bargain in a home for colored;
Le Droit Park; three-story brick;
eight large rooms and bath; furnace
heat. Price. $4,500. $500 caah.
PRATHER & ROBINSON,
515-5,16 Bond Building.
14th and N. T. ave.
Main 442.
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8?NEW HOMES?8
For Colored People.
4 and 5-room bungalows, rang
ing la price from (1.230 to
*2.000; $250 to $900 don; bal- ^
ant. la monthly pajmenta. Ap
Pl7 to
L. M. JOHNSTON,
ARLINGTON. VA.
Phone Roaalyn M U
Houses for Sale.
ST. ML. NBA* lfttb?
Flu i? fruM; large lot.
$1.350?8th ST. NB.. NEAR C-levea
rooca. bath. frame; $600 cuh.
$3.800?2nd ST. NE.. NBAS D?Six
room*. 2-9torj brick, batli. Owner will
|4.000-rU. ATM. KB.. NBAB N.
CAFITOL?Clx-coom brick, bath. 15 ft.
?1toy.
$4.000?B ST. NB.. NBAB UNION STA
TION?Seven-room brick, bath.
$5.000?M ASS. AVE. NB.?Six rooms,
bath, brick, fine location.
$7.350?KBABNBT ST. NB.?New 5
room bungalow; strictly modern; largo
lot.
For Colored.
$3,900?Oth ST. NW.. NBAR EUCLID?
Six-room brick, furnace; $500 cash.
$$.000?M ST.. NBAB 5tb.?Slx-rooM
brick.
$4.250?LAMONT ST. NW.. NBAB 8tb?
Six-rooms, bath, furnace.
$4.500?FIFTH ST.. NBAB D NW.-SlX
'? Ux? other dulnbl. bom.
?pptr to
National Realty Co.
920 New York Avenue N.W.
Park Place.
Brick house of 6 rooms and 1 bath;
hot-water beat and electric lights;
room on lot for garage. Price,
$6,500.
Eleventh Street Northwest
Brick bonne of ? rows and 1 bath;
electricity; steam beat; excellent
conditio* of repair; room for garage
oo lot. Price. $9,000.
Que Street Northwest.
Attractive hoshe of 10 rooms and
2 baths; furnace heat and elec
tricity; excellent location. Price.
$14,000.
JOHN W. THOMPSON & CO..
?INCORPORATED?
T28 15th at. Maia 1477.
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PRICE. $8.$5A. DOWNTOWN SECTION.
Boose of eight rooms and bath, which
could easily be converted Into a busi
ness property; 24-foot frontage. Two
story brick building in rear. Phone
Main 5004.
PRICE. $8,850. NORTHWEST SEC
TION. Convenient to 14th at. car
line. Seven rooms and bath; hot
water heat; electric light; deep lot
to alley; entirely re papered and re
decorated; perfect condition. Early
possession. Phone Mala 5004.
PBICE. $9,000. MANOR PARK. A
charming little home of the bunga
low type. Six rooms and bath; pipe
leaa furnace; electric light; open ft re
place. Perfect condition. Early pos
session. Phone Maia 5904.
N. L SANSBURY CO.. INC.
"ETEBTTHING IN REAL E8TATE."
721 13th at. aw.
Phones Main 5004-5805.
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DO YOU KNOW. I WILL BUILD
YOU A HOUSE IN
SIXTEENTH STREET HEIGHTS
exactly as yon want It, eliminating
Builder's Profit and Commissions,
Cheaper Than You Can Buy 0ne>
The cash required to finance the
house and lot la LESS than the cash
required to buy a House Ready Built.
The monthly payments will BE LESS
THAN YOCB BENT.
FILL OUT AND RETUBN THIS AD.
AND LET ME EXPLAIN MY PROPO
SITION.
ROBERT E. HEATER.
Exclusive Agent Sixteenth 8treet Heights,
410-11 Colorado Building.
Name.
4
Address
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Homes and Investments
$9,500.00
Near New Hampshire ave.
A downtown modern home; 8 rooms and
hath; heated by hot water; electric lights.
VACANT.
$10,000.00.
Business Property.
Located near 6th and O sta. N. W.?A
3-story building: a store with 10 rooms and
two batha; heated by hot water; lot 23 feet
wide.
$20,000.00.
K8th st? South Columbia Road.
A well-rented business property; lot nearly
30 feet wide; paved alley in rear.
$34,000.00.
Overlooking Circle.
Facing two prominent avenoea In down
town; 80 rooms and 5 baths; heated by hot
water; wonderful location for rooming or
boarding house.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.
807 15th ?t nw.
Beautifully Situated Suburban
Home and 3/% Acres of Land
Overlooking Potomac River
I
Eight rooms, 2 baths, hot-water
heat, electricity. 3 large porches,
garage, chicken house, and an abun
dance of fruit. One block from cars.
Owner leaving Washington.
ALLAN E. WALKER & CO.. Inc.
818 15th st. nw.
Mala 428.
FOR SALE.
In Virginia?30 minutes to heart
of city on G. F & O. D. R. R.
A beantiftfl h?n? of ? room*. baih.
??? and electric licit hot-water
teat, rarafe far 1 can, chlekea
honae; tO fruit trees oa lot. 160*
115. Prlca, $8,900. Ku; term*.
FOXALL HEIGHTS
Mm, St.290. Term, to ult. I
rooms, gas, room for garage, chick
en house. Immediate po??Ion.
GEORGETOWN
8 rooms, bath. gaa. 1strobs boat,
back and front stairway, 2 large
cellar rooms, back amd sids alley to
large yard, with room for a garage.
Plica. $3,800. $900 eaab. balance
like rent.
4 rooms aafl bath. gaa. latrobe
hast; perfect condition. Prlca. $4,200.
-On easy terms
Price. $1,900. Tnrms. $250 cash,
balance paid at the rata of $20.90
per month. 5-room brick, bath and
latrobe bpat. with room for garage.
FRANK A. 0'NEIL,
1332 Wisconsin avc. nw.
Wast. 1536.
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LEE D.LATIMER CO..
1?4 N. T. AVE Til AS a. 8105.
VACANT.
Girard St. Near 13th.
Very attractive 3-story bay-win
dow press brick front; 9 rooms and
bath; large lot; room for garage.
Price, $9,000.
Chevy Chase.
Handsome home; bungalow style**"
lsrge living room, dining room, pan
try. kitchen. bedro<?m nnd bath oa
first floor; large bedroom, two amall
bedrooms snd tiled shower snd toilet
on second floor; fine ronditioti; beau
tiful grounds: double garage; near
Circle. $16.0U0.
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OUR BEST BUY
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
TO 8ECURB a very beautiful
home in an attractive location
la Pet worth; 1 rooms and bath,
h.-w.h. and e lac trie lighta.
hardwood trim throughout; a
Urge corner lot. Price. $9,200.
WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS.
1409 New York avc. nw.
Phone Vlaia 98.
w\t
$
POSSESSION
Two-Story and Attic Frame.
Built by owner for home; 8 large
rooms: floored attic; vapor heat; elec
I trie lights; larce reception hall; pantry
sad closets; trimmed in a?h; double
quartered oak floor*; almost one acre of
ground; near car line; will sell for $2.&oo
under valne; immediate possession.
Near 14th and Park Road.
Three-story brick; 10 rooms. 2 baths:
h.-w.h.; front and rear porches; wide
lot; brick gsrsge for 2 cars; 15-foot
psved alley; possession.
Corner Business Property on 14th
st. Near H. Special Price.
E. E. RAMEY
617 14th st. nw.
Main 5536.
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Cook & Marshall Co., Inc.
Real Estate and Insurance.
?21 15tb St.. X. W. JUtn 342.
Sixteenth st. nw.
Pressed brick, in one of the best sec
tlons of the Northwest; 12 rooms; 2
baths; complete billiard room; hot-water
heat; electric lights: hoase must be seen
to be appreciated. Terms. Price.
$18,500.
3500 Block Holmcad PI.
Brick. 6 rooms: bsth; electricity;
hardwood finish; deep lot; room for a
garage. House in wonderful condition.
Terms. Price. $7,500.
Best Section Northeast
Brick, III room.: bath; hlr4wood ?
throughout; hot-water heat; electric
lights; deep lot running back to wide
?lley; room for garage. Terms. Price.
$S.S00. >
No better SERVICE possible.
Cook &, Marshall Co., Inc.
Real Estate and Insurance.
921 15th St., N. W. M?ln 342.
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THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.
Consult Oop Sales Department.
In Bloomtngdale?Special, $4,800
A very charming little home; 2-story
brick containing 8 large rooms and bath;
well heated, lot to an alley, room for a fa
rage. clear, owner anxious to sell and will
nccept convenient terms from responsible pur
chaser.
Rooming House?$12,000
Near District Court House, modern brick,
consisting of 12 lsrge rooms, all modern im
provements, In good condition; stable or
garage In rear; clear and terms to suit; pos
session.
Near the. Capitol?$6,500.
Convenient to the Congressional Library,
very adbstantisl brick, in good condition,
containing 8 rooms and bath, well-heated,
lot to an alley; space for a garage.
Near Central High School?$4,500
Semi-detached frame dwelling containing
8 rooms and bath; lot. ISO feet deep to a
wide alley; ample space for a large garage.
Property In good condition. Possession.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. Inc.
738 15th street, n. w.
FboM M4a 6880.
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Schools
And
Colleges
American University
The lectures in the Schools
of DIPLOMACY. JURISPRU
DENCE and CITIZENSHIP,
will begin on MONDAY, FEB.
9. 1920. in the new downtown
building of the*University at
1907 F at. iw'
Amon* the aubjecta in which course* are
ared are: International Law 'General and
Advanced Coarsen); Diplomatic History; Cltl
senahlp and Paasports; Diplomatic I'sages;
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Resources of the United Htstes Economics;
Hortoiotr. Oeropsratlve htudy of Religions;
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fe4.?.S-Jt
2700 Men and Wonra Students
LAW?
Craatlag 4e?reea LL.B.. LLIL
Ca^plrte year's work by m!d
?uaneri naves a year.
ACCOUNTANCY?
j Unwt C. P. A. Karalty.
Parent and oldest trkool la ell j.
I)<-ltrrr-<.r.?i|n>: Powm.
?""P*? tar C. P. A. mr lliuiini
PREPARATORY?
Aerredlted Bulk Day aad Btf
i nlnit ? (;rnd< lllah school ? >>?
] ?-la.?e? Martins IVhruarr : In
Public Spraklnc, Rularu, F.?llab.
] >paaWk. Alar-bra. laKll?k Hl.tary.
Trticonemrtry.
DRAFTING?
Arrkltr-r-taral
Merkaalral??r..OO per montk.
COMMERCIAL?
f-rrmm skortfcnad. RJt IX-r maatk.
I Rookkrrplnc, Typrorlllnc. Ira
rlaaaea from 3^0 la ?tlS.
j Other Courses Bulletin Free
1736 G St. N. W. w || a |
Main 8250 T.IVI.V.A,
YOUNG WOMEN'S
Christian Association
1333 F St . Phone M. 8587
Spanish dan for little girls 8
years old and over will begin next
week. Write or phone Jor informa
tion.
LEARN LANGUAGES
AT THE
BEIUTZ SCHOOL
?1? 14TH ST. X. %%'.
By the Berlitz Method Stu
dents learn not only to read
and write, but especially to
onderataad and to speak the
foreign language.
TRIAL LESSON' FREE.
WASHINGTON CONSERVA
TOR OF MULSIC
j Faculty of ArtiNta
J Formerly 1211! Connecticut Ave. No*- 14***
? New Hampshire Ave. At Dup?ot Clrvle.
i Scores of government clerk* and ot r?er? ?re
, taking advantage* of our ?pe?-ial term, of 7
week. <14 le?<aou?i for $3U. at convenient
aitern.ou ai?i evening hour*.
? Special Harp and Cornet Depts.
; Steel Guitar, Uktrlele Depts.. etc
STORY TELLING STUDIO
1306 EYE ST. N.W. APT. 1.
Do you realize that a well t Id story is a
financial and aacial asset> W h,i| teach
you to know and teU tLe he?t . hildr. n s
atone* alonr BlbUcaL ed.icatl .1 and ^ lal
lines. Traiaed at Tes.-i.eiv ? ?2fte*e Cc
lurabia University, and IJbrurr s ,i. \ew
^ ork City. Wednesday and Thursday even
inca, 7 to 10 p. m.. ,V) cents je-r hour; 12
le*sons. S3. 4:45 p. rn.-Ta.-45 p. m. TWVsv.
Thursday and Friday. First lessen ...n;pii
mentary. Complimvntary lesson to teachert
with class.
ESTELLE HOWES SMITH.
Jain-3/>t
WATCH THE (TASSlMCLfl COLUMNS FOR
evidences of tha growth of this city Tins
Baj teem like an odd susses? ion - be*, it :?&i
mfcJUf
Automobiles
USED CARS?ACCESSORIES
?REPAIRING?TIRES.
1
WILLYS-KMGIIT AND OVERLAND
SBKV1CB.
My experience dates back to the days or
the old one cylinder*. Formerly master me
chanic of the Overland Co. Now located
rear ?12 H st. nw. Franklin 72?4.
M. ?. MANGOLD
la22a<H-er-ft
Washington Auto Top to..
1227 New York ave.
Auto Tops and Kecotrrinf
Our Specialty.
Jaia-5tj
FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Motors completely overhauled. $15; work
guaranteed: prompt se^i-e. E. L. JACK
SON, 171 Pierce at. nw. Phone NortU. ."?3?!7.
)alH0t
RADIATOR
FORD UAr>l ?Tr.H8, KMf-O TIDCC
Rou.s KOYCE. MCSCL.
"? ??? hril for FOBOS.
TTVTATT. IJt h B* . briow Ta .?%
kKoud Uaud Kadlatora AMx
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR CO.
WELDING OF PARTS.
Caat iron, steel and aluminum radiator rnair
hu and acorid cylinders First class inrk mi't
W?ht prjcja aad Quick ssrvice. ?? J, BIlL
Frank. T3J? bout beast cor lttb and C sts Dw
? ? od-td'
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
a Quantity or vocal axd instbi
BUfnUI nuuur. BOX 7ST. Urrald a?<*
Mai
WB BUY OI.U 8TAM1* COLLECTIONS
colaa. po.t?r? stamps, told, .liver. r.tatl
nBm. >vatcli??, falw tr?tli. dl.mond.. C ultxl
conpniu. WASHINGTON KEI1N1NG CO
aos 14th ?t. n? FrankUb Jal8-8ot
HOW D0E$ THE PUBLIC KNOW
ro? h?T* a?rond hand rarm. rlothn. tlm.
o?c? furniturr. huiMcbold (ooda. atari*, tit.
<-lilnea If jo? da not ?d??rtW? w? r.a _|i
anjthlnj jrnu liar, that vut to ki rid
of. Call MISS CLASSIFIED aad ate wU]
krtp >aa aril or bo. anytlia* /on w*h.
Olr? ber a trial. Slain SSOO. JalS-TI
*01) CAJIT UIDi. a OC-a All IS Th?
rlaalflcd eahu.a*-fot ihrrv isn't ?
placr tkm Ika* iaa an ft* * O BliSl u
WILL CALL IS Ml C.-rjPrTtBCD ACTO
?"?"I. <* aiburbte. 0bC mi r? ir?ai
frtoa tm ladtea' iratloA'a. .cklUrw'a tto
tardrd cWMaa of aj daKrlpt^oBa Addraa
MU1 ar Pkaaa InloS t. BIOS, ua ftk
m. aw. Monk m M-ti
trial )
Loaf*
Scudinanu Countries
Seek to Enter "
Following k rrafiwi
Mb mlBlii#ri ot id# hm
dinavlan countries at Christian}* i
the liidH of uUou and other qwf
tloaa of comnoa Imereat. H la ax
? Pacted that the Konrt^ian tnwabar*
ahlp la the league of natleil WlTI
jbe proposed In th. Btorthfl/
once, with proapecta apparently
*vorl"e U" propoaal by a oon
Dnrtm ! m^tHr- th# DHr
partment announced yeitfrdtv.
i During the debate on tha Kln^a
speech In the Storthing lut weekr
?fe, waa expressed b? sevSIf
it^ak-ra that tha Called fftatea ha*
,r*t"Ud th? Paaca traaty and
had taken no definite action regard,
Al? ,k'nlBK *he ,ea*u? nation*"
AH the Swedish papers have beeA*
discussing the question of Sweden'a
'",,rJL .J10 ,b' 'a?C?a of nation*
Which they say must be decided be.
fore March JO.
*
Senate Sub-Committee
To Take Up 50-50 Finance
Senator Sherman. el.aiiman of tha
Senate Dtatrlct Committee. vesterdash
announced the appointment oT a sub.
conunittee to Investigate the Mapc*,
bill whiclf would abolish the so-called,
haf and half" plan of making appro.,
lon' tnr the District of Columbia..
The aub-commlttee Includes Sena,
tor. Dillingham, of New Hampshire,
chairman; New, of Indiana, and King,
of l-tah.
MONEY TO LOAH.
mosjey TJ trn.m >m a ?
^ e*?t? V*ff?l Tru't fund*. All tma>
action* conduct?Uh eiouumtcal cswdotbjt
lot borrowers.
WM B fArXMOtH * CO ?*
?OUtb^n r.trfldiTW m Ct
Wo*ly~to loan tin rnrtUT Rff-rlra
?t curr#-,t ratr* of Uitrr+v TTLKI m
butbum> r rata o. um-m
k. jVING, packing, storage
SAFETY FIRST
aBMr.OTKLT rrt!E|-*Oc?F iTDltol,
Rooma. t! arrf ep Moiim at>4 PaeMm
CMTED gVaTEH ."T'M)A<1? OO <>? ??>
?? "? fta< Valr 43? and rnitla MB. if
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MOVING
Wr irrrrdMb large podded vans and enrefn:
to hirwllf oar fondr
PA? KER6 of (ivnitart planoo.
fcrac. etc Crperirncni men only.
OTirPtNO to a t pan* of tfco .
8TOKAGK :?r (uroittao. pta&aa. oad Tin
bold vocMjr
-KRIEG'S EXPRESS
SPECIAL N0T1CL
WORK ING MW-CONVIDCI ALHO WH A f
the mar did to mak? ptr-ea lilrber and
-t.K?d back of yon and *old pants at ut?
?nd tbe way huatlera boomed thta
wa- ? raiiM- of wonder: me aUo ?old and n?v
?e|| ?Ur fatly uaed ov*-rroat?. *.% up; ladi?'
rrnmtB. ?3 up. J18TUK ULD UTAND.
111 P- IH-H "
LIBERTY BONDS
Boackl for
CASH
All Immmrm and draomiaatieBa la
LIBERTY INVES 1 CO.
?20 V Hrrel > a^eat
i
funeral Dl'skns
Appropriate Funr- ?' T^-a?
mmit-niiiHa-t 1-T.>
Gu<ie Bros. Co. 12!4 C St
I'toaM ??.? <kB? ? ? ?a
died.
K.MFMAX?On Mot ?
:. IWl at ?:.t? | . = . I .4
A . beloved pon <. if
Alexandor Kaufn ftu,
>ear. .? ??* /
Funeral from biff
W8 Fifth itrc r
Thtirffday. Febru /
10.H0 a. n. Inter
inpton Hebrew .rHft t- v *t
, CVmetcry.
SHEP.MtD?Oa Tuc: r ?
. ai 12:li p. m.. i *
b**r d^uiriiter, Mr
t'l-J Ninth str
KIl'A W.a WlliuH rf 1^
.\!l?-n Monroe Slit i . X
Funeral Thursday, February S. *
~ !? in. Interment. Arlington.
McALLISTEH?On Monday. February
- IWo. at b:20 p. ra.. at h< r r *i
dem-e. 607 Fourth street, north
xvcift ELLA AlaMYRA M.AlallS.
TKII. in the t?7th year of her U?v.
Funeral from the chapel of \V i: '
f jK-are Company. 1208 H street'
iiort'.Wfst. Wednesday. Februflrr
4. 15*-". at I p. m. RdliUvaa .. I
friends fnvlted.
^
Marriage Licenses.
1 ,
J?mn II. Devlne. 36. and Marj V.
Oonaay. Su. l^th ..f this iiiy. b? tha
Hi'v. I'. K. Thomas.
Henry 11. M..ore. 15, and Pauline
iW. Iiiuton. 2b. both of this ?ilv.
by the l'.< v. Robert Talbot.
John H. Gu-'et. 21. and Ida A. Mol
ler. Jo. both of this city, by tha
Rev. IS. K. Klcltardson.
Arthur 11. Laugenbery. 24. and
Hilda E. Watts. 20, both of this city,
by the Rev. H. F. Downs.
Ernest A. Middlftmi. 2fc. and Anna
W. Cot'. 24. both of this citv, by the
Rev. W. J. lirooke.
Charles D. Le Dane. SI. and Anna
R. Huntington. ST. both of thia
city, by the Rev. T. E. Davla.
Ern.-st N. Reid. Jr.. 14. and Gladys
' B. Wyckoff. 1 *, both of this city,
by the Rev. J. H. Eckenrode
Vivian \V. Davis. 21. of Alt xai? '
dria, Va? and Miss Hostetty. of I.nr.
?an. l'a.. by the Rev. T E Davla. -
Ardlc C. Ewortrel. 2S. and Mir?
J D. Decker. 21. both of Staunton. '
IVa.. by the Rev. H. F. Downs.
! David Nell. Jr.. 2*. of Richmond.
. Va.. and Ruby Woolsey, 1? , >f
| Binchamton. N. Y.. by the Rev. J.
H. Jeffries.
j Edmund B. Harrell. Jr.. 30. of At^
lanta. Ga.. and Naomi E. Richard- '
son. SO. of thia city, by the Rev. F," *
X. Biechoff.
George E. Crowthcr. IS. and Mir-' ?
(tuerlte C. Howes. 20 b..th of lhl?'
city, by the Rev. A M Rellwald. -
Samuel N. Pumphrcy. 24. and Marw
Karet H Walsh. 10. both of thia
city, by the Rev. D. 8. K?enan
William A. Cookafy. 21. of thia'.
city, and Hester P. Cooksey. n, of
L.a Plata. Hd?? hy the Rev. H. F.
Downa . *
William Tardlff 2S. and Joaephla.
iC. Cleary. 2R. both of thia city, by
the Rev. C. J? Wheeler
Roy Summ. rs, 22 and Florenoa
Greensbory. 15, both of this city.
I by the Rev. H. F. Downa.
Sylvester S Newton. 21, ai>4
Lawnn V Clements. IS. both or thu?
city, by the Rev. W. A. Carter.
Edward Hansbrough 21,
Mamie Washtnirton. 1!> both of thll
city, by the Rev W. H Jemairtn.
Philip C. Gray IS. and Emmie C.
Clifford. SO. both of thia city, hr*
the Rav. S. B. Wallace.
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