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THIS AFTERNOON. J. OWKS * ?ON, AUCTIONEERS. To Close an Estate. CHANCERY SALZ OF REAL ESTATE IN THE NORTHWEST ? TRIANGLE BOUNDED BY RHODE ISLAND AVENUE. uTK STREET AND Q STREET? 1621 11TH STREET, 1521 5TIT STREET AND LOT 8 IN SQUARE 353a By virtu* of a d*cr?* of tb* Saprem* Oonrt of the District of Columbia, passed In tb* ?t SNOW DEN W. ROBINSON va. ALVIRA ROBINSON et al.. Equity No. 28770. I will sell a' public au'tlon. Id front of the premises. on the ?1ate? hereinafter act forth, toe following described property: ON FRIDAY, TUR TWEN lY RKVENTH DAT OF OCTOBER, 1911, AT FOUR O'CLOCE p.m. PARCEL 1. Trlanglo bounded by Rhode f? rind avenue, 11th atreet and Q afreet, known ?s "all of square north of square 337 " Im ?>rov*d by one brick and several small frame dwelling*. AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER? PARCEL 2 PREMISES 1H21 11TH STREET NORTHWEST. known and distinguished as lot 10 In Daniel S. Harkneaa' subdivision of square as per plat recorded ;n Liber B. folio 82. of he records of the office of the aurveyor of the l?1*tr1<*t of Columbia. AND IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER? PARCEL 3. PREMISES 1521 BTH STREET NORTHWEST. known and dlstlnrulshed as lot 121 In Wlll'am H. Hollldi'-'s subdivision of lots Ut square MO. a* per plat re-orded In L'ber R. L. H.. folio 32. of tne aforesaid aurreyor's '?(Bee records. Improved by brick store with dwelling above ON RATI KOAY THE TWENTY-EIGHTH OAT OF OCTOBER. 1911, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.? PARCEL 4. Being unimproved ground on Lln ?->ln aveim* between Keating avenue and T street northeast, known and dlstlneulsheil as j.-?t 8 In McLaughlin's suMivMon of "Prospe-t." formerly belonging to the eetate of lieor*e W. Keatinr. dei ensed. as per plat recorded In Liber [ j,evy Conn No. 2. folio H7. of the afore?nld surveyors oflcn r?-*o-<ls. (Lot 8 In square .'133 m TERMS OT SALE: One-third of the purchase money to be pa d in cash, nn'1 the balance In fvo eqnal Installments, payal>!<* In one and two years, with Interest nt 0 per centum per annum, "parahte seml-nnntially. from tlay of sale, for ?which notes of pun baser. to |>* given, secured j h\- deeds of trust nnt.ri the properties sold, or ALL CASH at the option of the purchasers. A j depoait of #100 each at the time of sale will be required of the purcbA?<-rs of parcels 2. 3 and i 4. and a dejiosit of $300 will lie required of. the purchaser of parcel 1. All conveyancing and ; r?-cordinif at th-? cost of the purchasers. Terms , ?>t sale to be complied with within fifteen < 1?> ? (iavs frtitn the day of sale, otherwise tbe trustee j r?-?erve> the rlsht to les-Ii the property at the t r??k and cost of the defuuitiiiK furchasers. ANDREW B. DI'V VI.L. Trustee. j ?cSO-dA-ls.eSu Hlhbs building. FIT I RR DAYS. ADAM A. WES?*HLEK. AUCTIONEER. Government Sa!ie off a Largs Collection off Uro=: serviceable Furniture,; Carpets, etc., In the U. S. Capato!!, Including Leather-covered Sofas, Clhaars, Couclhes, Book= cases, Revolving Chanrs, FiHe Cases, Desks, Screens, Carpets, Rugs, etc. On Thursday, the 2d day of November, 1911. Commencing at Ten O'Clock A.M., I will sell, by j Public Auction, Within the Crypt: of the lT. S. Capitol, General As sortment of Unserviceable Prop erty^ Thla Is a large and unusually good collection, and presents an excellent opi>ortunity to secure relies .from the I". S. Capitol. Tenia cash. D. M. RANSDELL, Sergeant-at Arms. U. S. Senate. 0''24-dAdhs.eS" THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS, No. 1331 G et. n.w. ctiiXrVRT SAI E t'F KOI RTEF.N RT ILDINi# 1 ivrs FROVTlN< 1 ON VIRG.NIA AVENIIB. ??H "K AXT> 101II STREETS SOUTH F?,8T WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS. CON S1ST1NO OF RHICK STABI.K AND FRAME j l.y4 Virtue "of * d^ ree'of'the Supreme Court of 1 i ?? li'strlct of Columbia, pasaed In ? certain . iiise'berein pending. known as Eqtrty ? :.use , \o th?- ondenJ*nw! trustee nil! ??*!! by , , ?i.iic auction In front of the premises on wi'nNFTOVY THE EIGHTH DAY OK NO \VmrER l#li AT FOUR O'CLOCK P MA lots on* two <2. and four <0 to tlfteen (15. In Bowie's subdivision of square south of squan nine hundred and tlfty-oue tS. of ..f bp Id iou?r*? exc^ptin* lots thn-e and six t<N'B iW. toother with the improvements as "^Terma of sale: One-third of purchase price in . ash balance in e.(ual Installments at one and | two year*, bearing interest at sis per cent from ,',e day of sale. ?r all cash at purchaser ? op t i?>n Drfi*rrvd payments to be seetir*tl by nr?*t ,'^J of trust ot.' property sold. Deposit of reiiu.re<! at tim- of !?ale. Tertna to ue ^rapU.-d with In fifteen days fn>in day of sale, otherwise The trustee reserTe* the rl?bt to readvert se and sen at cost and rNk of defaulting purchaser. ? oureyan. lnz ".'pi^x'"mMPAVY \vTloN\l, SAX INt?S AND rRLST ( OM1 a.m Jby WM. D. HOOVER. President), Trustee. Oflce. 1.1th and New York ave. (i. K. WILLIAMS. Attorney. oo2r.dAda.eSu Chancery Sale off Va!u= able Busamiess Property, Being Stores and Dwell= lings 2126 and 21128 114th Street N.W., and Two Brcck Dwellings, 114021 and 11404 W Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Br virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court, District of Columbia, passed in equity cause No. we will sell at public aii'-tlon. In f ont ,-fVhe premises, "n TlfuRSDA* SOVEMBEB vBCOND 1911 AT FOl'B <> < L<H K P.M.. lot# 71 72 73. 7.'. and *?. in th ? sut?dlvl?lon of lota in suuare 2<-3. r?-.onied lu Bo.,k 21, pa-e 51 of the n-eo'ds of the surveyor s ..flic,, of ?ald Ida trlct. with the improvements ah.wv atated. Lota 7S and 76 from 45 feet on l?th Street, ?l.h a Ue??tl. of ?? 37 feet on W street. t. rms: fhie-tblrd of the pur-base money to be uald in ea-h. anil th.> balane.. In two equal .u ."ailm. nt?. patable In one and two years from -ale. aid to ?- represented by the prom '.?'or? note? of the purchaser. Ix-srint? iuter.-st at 'fe rati of sit per centum per annum, payable ?emi^nnnaliy. and ?e^,ed by deed of trust ,,D thm nronflv liold, or all ^ash. at the option of Kilr A Hrpo^it of $200 will b* re; oulred on enoh lot at the time of sale, and all *.nveyancln* and rectirdlnn will be "J P?'* r^as-r ? cost. Terms to be eompled with In afteer dava from the dav of sale, or the trustee# ?. wrve the risbt to resell at the risk and coat At tho defsuUln* parcbaser after t?-n da>? a<i ?Xmtn? or te^or the default to the court for Its action la the premises. IRVING WILLIAMSON. Trustee Columbian bul ding. RAYMOND B. DICKEY. Trustee, B 1416 F at. i w. THOS. J. OWEN fc SON. Aucts. oc20 MArts eSo Id Ail A. WES^HLER. AUCTIONEER. Entire Stock of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Furnishings, Dr>- Goods, Notions, Fixtures, Showcases, Etc., Contained in Store No. 905 H Street North east, bv Auction. ON WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER FIRST. 1011. AT half-paht ?n oclock am. I Will s?H hy public aiKtU.n. within the abov- pn-in i#e? a mls< ellaneo*ra up t > date sto< |r ^ of Fur n'*fc'lnca. Dry t^jods. Notions, etc.; a so Floor ? nd Counter Caa.*a, Shelving. Cuuntera, Display ^The^Ibo'e atock will first be offered aa an entirety and If a sat'afa. tory bid Is not ob tained will be Immediately ?old In detail. Termk 'a>h ADAM A. WE8CHLEK. Aact. OC24 d*dbe eSu . A1?AM A AESCHI ER. AICTIONEER TRI S'l KFS' SALE OF TWO-STORV RRIt K DWELLING NO. 407 22D SrI'KEE T NOKTU WEST Bt virtu* of a certain deed of truat, recorded in Liber No 2l?2?. folio 873 et seq . of the land records of the District of Columbia, and al the request of the party aeewred thereby, we tlie undersigned trustee, will artl at nubLc anctloo. in front of the uremlsea. on M??NDA?. IIIK THIRTIETH DAY OF OCTOBER. A.D. 1?11. AT HA1 K PAST KOI R O'CLOCK P.M.. the foi lowing descrlle-d land and premises situate In tbe rltj of Wash ncton. in the District of ?o Inmbla. and dealxnated as and bein* lot n?m bered 25 In square numbered Ni unore particular U descr'.)-! In said d.-ed of trust!, together with tW improvements thereon ... Ternia of sale: One third of the purchase MMi-y to be paid In <a?h. the balance lu two eon a I installments, payable in one and two iiw. with Interest at all per ceDtniu per an nam. payable aeiui anuually. from da> of sale. w?nr?d by deed of trust npon the property sold, ar all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of |2rt0 will be required of the purchaser at tbe time of sale. AU conveyancing., recording Znd notarial fees at the coat of the purchaser. T. rm* ?f aale to be compiled with ?;llhln ten dara from dar of aale. otherwlae the truatee* -earrve the right to resell the property at the risk and coat of the defaulting purchaser, after ?ve dara' advertisement of such resale in Tbe Evening Star, a newspaper published In tbe city * W-Vngto... ?j?RTON K IJCSTEB. Columbian buildlag. MICHAEL J. COLBERT Southern building. ?el9-4A4a,e8u Tru?w?g. AUCTION SALES. FITIRE DAYS. AUCTION SALES. FITIRE DAYS. AUCTION SALES. FITIRE DAYS. riMM 1 I * I 0. ? iH C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Auctioneers, 1407 G Street. A GRAND COLLECTION OF PERSIAN RUGS AND CARPETS ON SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION Within Our Rooms, 1407 G St., Monday and Tuesday, October 30 and 31, And Continuing Following Days. Sales at 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. Each Day. Form 18, W POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY. President. TELEGRAM Rpgfistered Trad*? Mark. Design I'atent No. The_Posjjil_Tplggrai>h-<2gj!te_-^ioiHiIMZ_^lncorPorate<l? transmit* npd tip! I vers thin the hack of thin blank. Received at Posta^elegrapl^BuilkHng^JLMSJPeiins^jIv^^ T?i?ph?mi 13?- NY. T. 28- Paid X. 3:51 P.M. New-York N.Y. Oct. 19, 1911. C. G. Sloan and Co. INC. Auctioneers, Washington, D.C. Ve are shipping you today six hundred highest grade Persian rugs and carpets all sizes best selections from recent importations sell the collection at auction for our account. Boyajian Bro's i : / ? Pt $. ?s The above telegram explains itself, and as the firm of Boyajian Bros, of 5th avenue, New York, has been in business for many years, with a reputation of handling the finest loom prod ucts of the far east, it would seem that this sale offers to the Washington public an excep tional opportunity to secure Persian rugs and carpets of the highest grade at prices that most any one can afford. Persian floor coverings are the finest and most desirable in the world. The collection on view, with descriptive catalogue, at Sloan's Gallery, 1407 G street. C?lketar?? At Mendelsohn's Art Gallery, 1409-1411 New York Ave. N.W. Valuable Co!I@dtioini off Oriental Rugs, Tapestries, English Cut Glass, Cape di Monte, Dresden, Lowestoft and Chelsea China, Old English and French Colored Prints, Plate, Ornaments, Fenders, Andirons, Fire Sets, Screens, Candelabras, Mirrors, Italian Carved Wood, All-gilt Torchieres, Marquetrie Furniture and Other De sirable Articles for All Parts of the House. M&hogaimy Fwnitw? In the Beautiful Styles of the Colonial, Sheraton, Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Other Early Periods, in Every Conceivable Shape. All To B? Soldi Aft PUBLIC AUCTION Within My Rooms, 1409-11 New York Ave. N.W., Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1911, at 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. Each Day. On Exhibition Monday and Tuesday, October 30 and 31. Catalogues on application. ul, ILUUJ/II JlUGUCIl 5 THOS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS. CHANCERY SALE OF TWO VALUABLE BRICK DWELLINGS. NOS. 703 AND 700 TENTH STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a decree passed in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia In Equity No. 2<HM8. we wll! ne'.I at pnblle auction. In front of the premises. on MONDAY. THE THIRTIETH DAY OK OCTOBER Wll. AT FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises. situate In the city of Wash-ng'on, 'B said District, and known as and beitg sub'ou 38 and 39 in John Cokcr's sulKiivlslnn of certain lot* in square 950. with the improvements thereon. Term* of sale: One-third of the pnrchase money to be psid Id cash and the balance In two equal Installments, payable In one and two years from th?> day of sale, and to lie repre sent*^ l>y the promissory notes of the pur chaser. bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, parable serni-annutlly. and secured by deed of trust on the pro|>erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. 11't0 deposit required upon acceptance of bid on each. All conveyancing notary fees and re cording at purchaser's cost. Terms to be com piled with within l!V days or trustee may adver tise and sell at the purchaser's risk and coat after live day*' previous advertisement of su h resale published in some newspaper of Wash ington, D. C. WM. O. DUNNE, Trustee. oetS dAds.eSu 727 10th st. n.e. WALTER B. WILLIAMS * CO., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FRAME DWELLING. NO. EIGHTH ST. N.W. By virtne of a certain deed of trust, recorded In Liber No. 2369. at folio 333 et seq., one of the land records of the District of Columbia, we t>b*ll sell in front of the premises, on TUES DAY. THE THIRTY -FIRS ! DAY OF OCTOBER, A I). 1911. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the east half of lot 48. of Wright and Cos's sulsllvlslon. now known as Mount Pivasan?. I Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In one ' and two years, with Interest at t) per cent per ! annum, payable semi-annua.ly; $11)0.00 required i at time of sale, and the purchaser allowed tea ; days from date of sale to complete the pur- . chase CHARLES F. BENJAMIN. ocl7-d*ds.eSu Surviving Tmstee. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Two-storv and Basement Brick Dwelling, No. 1601 8th Street Northwest. By virtue of a deed of trust recorded In Liber :K)4i, folio S3:t et seq.. of the land records of the Distrlc of Columbia, and at the request of the |n-rxon secured thereby, we. the trustees therein, will se 11 at public auction, in front of the prem ises. on WEDNESDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A lt. lull, AT FIVE O'CLOCK l P.M.. part of lot numbered two t2> In John C. I Brent, trustee's. subdivision In square numbered four hundred and twenty I42tn Id the city of Wasb'ng.'oD. District of Columbia, as per plat recorded ill Book W. F., page tS. In the office of the surveyor for said District, described as follows: BegiiutiiiK for the same at the south west corner of suid lot and square and running thence north on Eighth street west twenty 1201 feet, thence east fifty <30) feet, thence south twenty <20t feet to Q street and thence west fifty (30> feet to the place of beginning, with the improvements thereon. Term* of sale: One-third oaito and the bal ance lu equal installments in one and two years, with interest at sis per centum per annum, se cured by deed of trust on the said property, or Mil cash, at ^he option of the purchaser. De iwwit of one hundred dollars at sale. Terms to lie compiled with in twenty days after sale, or trustees reserve the right to resell the property ut the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement tn some news paper published lu Washington. D- C. All con veyancing. recording, etc.. ut purchsser's c?at. JUDSON T. CULL. Trustee. JUDSON T. CULL, Jr.. Trustee. ..JEqu,ty kulldln*, John Marshall place. oc27-dftd?,eSu ADAM A. WESCHLF.R, AUCTIONEER. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED RF.AL estate, consisting of prem ises 1)24 FIRST STREET SOUTHWEST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, In Equity Cause No. IKCM, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell ?t public auction, in front of the prem ise*. ON FRIDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D. lull, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CJjOCK P.M.. the following-described land and premises, situate In the city of Wash ington, In the District of Columbia, and desig nated as and being lot K2 In square ti45, In James F. Brenuan's subdivision of lots in said square recorded in Liljer 31, at page 518, of the records of the surveyor's office of the Dis trict of Col'iinhib, together with the improve ments. consisting of two-story brick dwelling (two apartments;, being premises No. U24 1st street southwest. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid In' cash, arid the balance in two eiyial Installments, payable in one and two years, with Interest at ti per centum per au num. payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, ut the option of the purchaser. A deposit of 5100 will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing,/ recording and notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Term* of sale to be complied with within tifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re-ell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after live days' advert isetuent of such resale in tome newspaper published In the city of Washington, I?. C. DANIEL W. OliONOGHUE, 412 5th st. n.w. CHARLES F. DIGOS. N.e. corner 0th and G st*. n.w. Oc23.d&ds,exSu Trustees. THOt3. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. VERY DESIRABLE THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING. NINE ROOMS AND BATII. HOT-WATER HEAT. NO. 707 QL'INC* STREET NORTHWEST. At A'JCtEOT!. This desirable residence. In excellent condition, will be sold to the highest bidder, in front of the rremises, on TUESIMY. OCTOBER THIR TY-FIRST. lull. :> t HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. beln? lot "5 in -qu.tre 3131, and rented at $31.50 i>er month. Terms will le anuounccd at time of sale. A deposit of $l'i0 will be required upon acceptance of bid. Conveyancing ;ind recording at pur chaser's cost. Sale to be closed in lr> days or dejiosli forfeited. THOS J. OWEN & SON Auctioneers. oc26-<?cScds.eSw ADAM A. WESCIILKR. AUCTIONEER. Bankruptcy Sale of Horses. Mules, Wagons, Surrey, Bug gy, Harness, Machinery. Stock in Trade, Office Fixtures, Etc., of the Flour and Feed Business at No. 209 7th Street Southwest. By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Bnnkru tey Court In re .1. Hammond Brewer, bankrupt. No. 7215, the nnderslgned trustee will tc 1 by public auction, at the above premises, on TI'ES DAY, THE THIRTY FIRST DAY OF OCTO BER. 1911, AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. 8 Mill'-a. )? Horses. Doubl" and Sli'gle Han ss, Double and Sincle Wairous. Surrey. Buggy. 8u-'?.P. Boiler. 40-II.P. Engine, Cut.Ing Bo\ Hav Press. Platform Scales. National Cash Itegist r. lion Safe. Office Furniture. Flow. Feed. Hay und Grain. Whips. Axle Grease, Harness D.ts-inr, Blankets, Saddles. Pads, Bru he*. Collars. Horse Medicine, Tools, etc.. etc. The abate wi'l first be offered as au entirety, and If a sitis aciory bid is not obtaiucd will be immediately sold in detail. Terms cash. W. S. IIOGE, Jr., Trusts*. J. BARRETT CARTER. Attorney, ?c24d*dbs.cSu Evans bldf. PUBLIC SALE ON THE PREMISES OF VALU ABLE FEE SIMPLE PROPERTY AT GAR RETT PARK, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MARYLAND. By virtue of an order of the circuit court for Montgomery county. In equity, the undersigned, receivers of the Metropolitan Investment and Building Company of Montgomery County, Mary land, will poll at pulillc auction, on the prem ises. on WEDNESDAY. THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. Ml. AT THE HOUR OF TWO O'CLOCK P.M., the following fee simple property, situate at Garrett Park, in Montgom ery county. Maryland, Immediately adjacent to, and on both sides of, tbe Baltimore and Ohio railroad, viz.: 1. Two hundred and thirty-three unimproved building lo s. varying In size, constituting parts of the sulwiivisioa of the said company's prop erty. as shown by plats thereof recorded in Lil>er J. A.. No. 4. fol. 121; In Liber J. A.. No. 5, fol. 22?>. and in Liber J. A., No. 11, fol. 167, land records of Montgomery couuty: a large number of the lots of which subdivision have heretofore been sold and improved with hand some dwellings. 2 Lots ? Miid 10 of section 56 of said sub division, improved by one modern eight-room dwelling house. Lots 11, 12 and 13 of section 101 of said subdivision, improved by one eight-room dwell ing house, with attic. 4. Lot 11 of section 09 of said subdivision, im proved by a modern eight-room dwelling, with bath. 1 r>. A tract of land lying on the north side of the said Baltimore and Ohio railroad, containing 119 acres, more or less, constituting a part of a tract called "Herlmtage," designated as lot No. 7, on Rock creek and Joseph Mill's branch, as per plat of part of the real estate of Dr. Washington Duvall. late of said county, de ceased, surveyed and divided November 1, 1882. by John D. Grady, surveyor. <L A tract of land containing 211 acres and 73 sqahre perches, more or less, the whole consti tuting part of a tract called "Dan," part of a tract called "Club's DMIgbt," etc., and desig nated as lot No. 2. on Rock creek and Joseph Mill's branch, as per plat of a part of real estate of Dr. Washington Duvall, late of said county, deceased, surveyed and divided Novem Iter 1, 1882, by John D. Grady, Surveyor; also part of a tract of land called "Dan." designated as lot No. 3. on Rock creek and Joseph Mill's branch. In the partition among the heirs of Dr. Washington Duvall; also part of ? tract of land called "Joseph's Park," designated as lot No 4, on Rock Creek and Joseph Mill's branch, in the partition above mentioned; also part of a tract called "Joseph's Park." designated as lot No. 5, on Rock creek and Joseph Mill's branch, in said partition: also part of a tract called "An Addi tion to Newport" and part of a tract called "Hermitage, being Lot 6. on Rock creek and Joseph Mill's branch, in said partition. The said property is subject, however, to the private right of wuy granted to Arthur F. Klnnan by deed bearing date September 27. 1807, and re corded In Liber J. L. B.. No. 206. folio 487, of land records of Montgomery county. Taxes adjusted to the date of sale. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months, or all cash, at the pur chaser's option. Deferred payments to bear In terest from (late of sale, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the receivers. A deposit of 10 |>er cent of the purchase money on lots described in the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4tb paragraph* of this advertisement and a de posit of $500 on each of the tracts in the 5th and 6tli paragraphs will be required of the pur chasers at tlie time of sale. Plats of the aforegoing property can be seen at the office of S. Dana Lincoln, 101 M street northeast. Washington, D. C., or at the offices of tbe undersigned receivers and auctioneers MOSES R. WALTER, 90S Maryland Trust bldg., Balto.. Md., WILLIAM L. RAWLS, 701 Maryland'Trust bldg., Balto.. Md., Receivers. THOS. J. OWEN Jc SON. Auctioneers, 1311 G st. n.w., Washington, D. C. oc22.214.171.124.31 ADAM A. WESCIILER. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF FOUR VALUABLE UN IMPROVED LOTS ON V STREET BE TWEEN 4PTII STREET AND CONDUIT ROAD. "PALISADES OF THE POTOMAC." EACH 50x150 FEET. Bj virtu" of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed In Equity cause No. 30OS8, and by virtue of a ivrtalu d'-ed of trust duly recorded In Liber No. 1591. folio 38<1 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party se cured thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at pnb'lc auction, in front of the pre'uis-s, on THURSDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF NO VEMBER, A.D. 1911. AT rIALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and prcinl??s, situate In the county of Wash ington. in the District of Columbia, and desig nated ms and Ireing lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, In block 6, in Edw in B. Cottn*U and Jacob P. Clark. , trustees', subdivision of lots 3 and part of !ot I 2, In "Whitehaven," for the Pallsad'S of the | Potomac I.and and Improvement Company, as i rer plat recorded In Oo :nty Book 7. page 93, of I tbe records of tbe surveyor's office, D. C. ! Terms of sale: On'-third of the purchase | money to he paid in '-ash, and the l>alan e In two equal installments, payable In one and two ? years, with Interest ?t 6 per centntn per an | iiitin, nayabl" semi-annually, from day of sa'e, I -c,-i<jvd by deed o' fust upon the property >o <r or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $100 will be required of the pur i chaser at the tlm<? rif sale. All convyanc.ug. recording and notarial f?*es at the cost of the j pun haser. Terms of sa'e to be comp'ied vr'th : within fifteen days from day of sale, otberwls ? ! tl:e trustees reserve the risht resell the prop ! erty at the risk and cost of thj defaulting ]iur chaser, aft<?r Ave days' advertisement of such resale in s..me newspaper published in the city of Washington. r?. C. GEORGE FRANCIS WILLIAMS. 41H 5th st. n.w. DANIEL W. O'DONOGHl E. 412 5th sr. n w. oc23-d&-d?,eTSu Trustees. ADAM A. WESCIILER, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF BRICK DWELLING NO. 647 PARK ROAD N.W. By virtue of two certain deeds of trust, re corded. respectively. In Liber 3377. folio 156. and Liber 3S77. folio 159, et seq.. of the land rec ords of tbe District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the under signed trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on SATURDAY, THE FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1?11. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow Ing real estate In the city of Washington. D. C-. to wit: Suhlot 61. square 3038, together with the Improvements thereon. Terms of sale; One-third cash, balance In one and two years, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or ull cash. A deposit of 1100 at sale. All oouveyancing, recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms to be complied with within fifteen days. DANIEL D. MULCAHY, WILLIAM T. W1LLETT. oc25-dfcds,eSu Trustees. AUCTION SALES. FITl'RE DAYS. MARCUS NOTES. auctioneer. Absolute Auction Sale of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,; Mattings, etc., Within Store 809 E Street N.W., Monday, Octolber 30, Com= miencing at HO A.M. THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. Trustees' Sale of ValisalbSe Real Estate, Improved by Two Large Three= Story Brick Buildings, Nos. 207, 209, 2US and 2 \1 7th Street S.W., With Stables in Rear. Rr virtue of s certain deed of trust, duly re corded in Liber No. 3133, folio 31* et seq.. of the lurid recoMw <>f the District of Columbia, nnd at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell nt public auction. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE NINTH HAY OF NOVEMBER. A I>. P.m. AT IIAI.F-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow ing-described laud and premises, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia. and designated as and beins all of original lot num bered 7 and tlie south 11 feet front on 7tb s reet southwest hy the depth of original lot numliered 6 In square numbered 4X1. together writli the Im provements. Teruis of sale: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $12,2oO. and the balance cash. A de posit of $250 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to l>e compiled with with in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the rlzht to resell the property at the risk and cost of defauitinz purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington, D. C. RUSSELL HOVE ABBOTT, ELMER ELLSWORTH FISHER. oc2S-d&dw.eSu ' Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES* SALE OF 2-STORY BRICK DWELLING, 214 14>i ST. N.E. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded In Liber No. 3190. folio 210 et s?-q.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc tion. in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1011. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following desrlls-d land and premises. situate In the city of Wash ington. District of Columbia, and designated and being lot .12 in Daniel F. Mockalce's sulxli vlslou of lots III square lfCa, as i?er plat re corded in the office of the surveyor for the Dis trict of Columbia, In Liber 23, at folio 2S. to gether with the Improvements. Terms of sale: . All cash. A depofdt of $li>0 will be required at time of sale. All convey ancing, recording, ctc.. at cost of purchaser. * J. EDWARD LEWIS, FRANK A. JONES, o>-2S-d&ds.eSil Trustees. ADAM A. WESCHLER, auctioneer. Peremptory and Unreserved Sale of Desirable Business Property, No. 3244 K Street N.W.. With Valuable Wharfage and Water Front. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia passed in Equity cause No. 29602, wherein Joseph T. Weaver Is complainant and Robert D. Weaver et al. are defendants, the undersigned trustees will sell by public auction, in front of the premises on WEDNESDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF NO VEMBER, A.D. 1011. AT FOUR O CLOCK P.M.. lots twenty-two (22), twenty-three (2.1) and twenty-four (24? and parts of lots twenty-one i21t and twentv-flve (25> in square eleven hun dred and seventy live (1175), situate in the city of Washington, In the District of Columbia, de scribed by motes nnd l>ounds as follows, to wit: Parcel 1. Beginning on the south side of Water street where same is intersected by the east line of a twenty-foot-wide alley, referred to in agreement between Dodge and the trustees of Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, recorded among the land records of the District of Columbia In Liber W. B. 110. folio 221. said point of inter section. according to a recent survey by W. P. Richards, being at a point distant 0. 10 feet northwesterly from the northeast corner of said lot 25. said point of ltegiiining being also the northwest corner of |>areel conveyed to Essex ? by deed recorded among the land records in Liber J. A. S. 20. folio 69. and running thence south erly along the east line of said alley to chan nel of Potomac river; thence with said channel southeasterly to intersect a line drawn south 12 degrees west from a point on Water street 4o feet easterlv from bend in said street; thence southeasterly 75 feet to the southwest corner of Thomas Beatty's wharf: thence northerly ou a line with the southeast corner of bouse for merlv owned bv Beatty on north aide of water street, being "also the dividing line between lands conveyed to Kennedy and to King l>> deeds recorded among said land records, re spectively. in Liber A. L., folio 19. and Liber D.. folio 73, to the south line of said Water ?treet; thence westerly on said Water street liMJ ??et to the beginning. Parcel 2. Beginning at the northeast corner of said parcel 1 and running thence easterly on the south side of Water street 46 feet to the north west corner of land conveyed to S moot by deed recorded among said land records In Lllier W. B 38. folio 278; thence with west line of said Smoot's warehouse southerly 50 feet, more or less, to the southwest corner thereof; thence still with said Smoot's lot southerly parallel with the west line of "aid lot 21 to channel of Potomac river; thence northwesterly to the southwest corner of Thomas Beatty a wharVi thence northerly on east line of land ^mveyed to Kennedy by said deed in Liber A. L., folio 19. to the" beginning. The above parcels, together with the Improve ments thereon, will be sold as an entirety. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid In cash and the balance In two equal Installments, payable In one and two vears. with Interest at six per centum 1W an num, pavable semi-annually, from da> of sale, secured bv deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $1,000 will be required of the pur chaser at the time of sale. AH conveyancing, recording etc., at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of'sale to be compiled with within fifteen da? from day of sale, otherwise the trustees res'erve the right to resell the property. at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale In some sysu 412 5th St. n.w., E. L. WHITE, Pacific building, oc2C-d&ds.exSu Trustees. wilson & maters, auctioneers. I TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED RE VI. ESTATE. FIVE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLINGS NOS 2138. 213S. 2140. 2142 AND 2144 NEWPORT PLACE. BETWEEN 21ST AND 22D AND N AND O STREETS NORTHWEST. Rv virtue of five certain deeds of trust du'y recorded In Liber No. 2JT0. folios 142, 147, 15a 15# 104 et Hcq.. of the land records of the^ Dis trict of Columbia, and at tbc riquest of the parties secured thereby, we, the und'-rsrzn a trustees will sell at public auction. In 'ront or the premises, ou FRIDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. lftll. AT FOl R 1HIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the following descrlb d land and premises, situate In tfc*' city of Washington, lu the District of Columb a. rnd des gmted as and lieing V>t* numbered 198 to 202. tnc usive, in Dulin and Dunkhorst's subdivision of lots In souare 09. as per plat rec:riled in the office of the surveyor for the District of Colu nb a. In Liber 30 ' at folio 150. together with the Im provements, consisting of live two-story brick ^Terms' of sale: One-tliird of the purchase money to be paid iu cash and the balance in two euual installments, payable in one an 1 two years with Interest at six pi r centum per an num pavabe seml-arnnally, from da.- of sale, secured bv deed of trust upon the pro;eriy sold, or all cash, at tbe option of the purc.a-er. A deposit of $100 on each lot will lie re.;.' red or the purchaser at the time of sal-. All *?nvey ancin ' recordlns and notnri il fees at tiie coat I i,f the' purchaser. Terms of s.le t ? be com : plied with within flfte n days from day of sale, 1 Otherwise the trustees reserve th-- r ght to re sell the property, at the risk and cest of the ! ?;efaultIn-< nurcliaser after five days' .-idvertiB'* ' meiit of such resale In some uewsp iper pub ! lished in the city of Washington. D. C. WALTER R. WILCOX, GEORGE F. 1IANE. co24-d&ds.eSu Trustees. ADAM A. WBSCHIER. AUCTIONEER. , TRUSTEES' "Sale of an attractive DWEl LING IN THE NORTHWEST SEC i TION OF THE CITY. KNOWN AS PREM ISES 822 VAR.VUM STREET. 1 By virtue of a -ertaln d'-ed of trust, dated October 24, 19<>?. and recorded among the land rero ds of the District of Colombia. Liber 3u29, folio 189 et seq . and at the req iest of the hold ers of the uou-s se ured thereby, we will offer at Diiblic a Ktion. in front of the pr raises, on MONDAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, i K D 1?11. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK i P.M.. f.e foil iwlnc described property, situate In tie county of Washington. District of Co lumbia. to wit: Al! that certain piece or parcel of land and prem ses known and dlstlnsuUhed as aud being !ot uumbered TOfty-one (51) of Geo-ge G. Brown, tr stee's. subdivision of lots lu block number d tw?mtv-four (24), ??Petwortb \ddltlun to W asalngton. ns said Brown, trus tee's subdivision Is duly recorded In Book Co: n'ty 22 page 62. of the records of the sur veyor's office of the District of Columbia, to gether with the Improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of tbe purchase ?money to be paid lu ensh. and the ba ance t<? be paid In three equal Installments, respectively in one, two and three years, secured by a deed of trust upon tbe property sold, with Interest, payable semi-annually, at the rate of tlve-aud-a balf per cent per annum, or all cash, at the option of the put haser. A deposit of $200 will be -equlred at time of sale. Sale to be clot^*d In tif.een days from day of sal*, otherwise the uropertv Will be resold at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after five days' advertise ment In some newspaper published in washing ton city, D. C. Conveyancing at cost of pur chaser. CLARENCE B. BHEEM. Trustee, ALEXANDER 1. HENSEY, Trustee, oe24-d&ds,eSu T*T 18th at. n.w. A LITTLE AMUSEMENT ONF BOARD SHIP. BLUEJACKETS ROLLER-SKATING OX THE DECK OF THE BATTLESHIP CONNECTICUT. FLAGXHII* OK TH| ATLANTIC FLEET. SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK THEME AT HYAT1SVILLE Prince Georges County Asso ciation Outgrowth of Inter denominational Meeting. Special Oorrpflpondencf; of Tho Star. HYATTSVILLE. Md . October 28, 1911. Several hundred men and women inter ested in church work, especially as it has to do with the development of the Sun day school, attended the Union Sunday School Institute held in the First Bap tist Church here yesterday afternoon and i evening. Practically every Protestant | church in the upper section of Prince Georges county, or from Mount Rainier to Laurel, was represented by one or more delegates, and the convention was pronounced a decided success. ? The afternoon session was devoted to Sunday school work exclusively, and waa attended by officers and teachers of the various Sunday schools interested Those attending this session were entertained at supper by the ladies of each church in Hyattsville, having separate tables. The afternoon fcession was opened promptly at 4 o'clock with devotionals, Rev. C. C. Waite, pastor of the Christian Church of Mount Rainier, leading. The hymn ' Stand Up for Jesus" was xoilow el by an address on primary work by Mrs. W ashington Topham of the Me morial United Brethren Church. Wash ington. Boy Problem Discussed. "The Boy Problem" was the subject of a talk by A. M. Chesley, secretary of the boys' department, Y. M. C. A., of Wash ington, and Rev. B. W. Kindley, secretary of the State Sunday School Association of Bait more, spoke on "Graded Lessons." "Preparation of Teacher to Meet the Class" was the subject of a discourse by Dr. Gabriel F. Johnstone, St. Thomas Episcopal Church or" Washington, and R. M. Ryce, superintendent of the Brent wood Sunday school, spoke on "Adult Class Organization." Miss Anna M. Ti? | ton, Metropolitan M. E. Church, Wash ington, spoke on "Missions in the Sunday School." The session was brought to a close by the singing of "Nearer, My God, to Thee" The evening session began with devo tionals, led by Rev. D. Wesley Skellen ger, D. D? of the Berwyn Presbyter,an Church. "Attitude of the Church Toward the Sunday School" was the subject of a talk by W. H. Richardson, superin tendent adult department, Haml ne M. E. Church Sunday school of Washington, the question box was conducted by P. H. Brlstow, superintendent Calvary Baptist Church Sunday school of Waashington. Rev. Thomas A. Johnstone, rector of St. Philip's Ep scopal Church of Laurel, spoke on the "Influence of Christian Training on a Young Person's Mind." Rev. A. W. Spooner, D. D., of the S'xth Presbyterian Church, Washington, spoke on the subject. "The Ultimate Aim of the Sunday School." Organization Formed. A permanent organization was formed, to be known as the* Prince Georges County Sunday School Association, and the following officers were elected: G. L. Middleton of the Presbyterian Church of Berwyn, president; James A. McAlwee of Berwyn, first vice president; C. F. Close of the Hyattsvllle Baptist Church, second ' vice president: James M. Hall of the Hy- ; attsville M. E. Church South, third vice ? president; Paul 8. Herring of Pinkney j Memorial (Episcopal) Church of Hyatts-' vllle, secretary, and Wil iam Stein of the Kiverda e Presbyterian Church, treasurer. Various committees to conduct the many features of the work were also named The association will have charge of Sun day school work throughout the county| and an effort will be made to divide the 1 county into Sunday schoo' districts, in, which institutes will be held lj-om time to time. CLEVER SATIBE On Political Conditions Forty Tears From Now. It would be difficult to imagine a clever er satire on the most up-to-date political questions of the day than that covered in two parts for our Sunday Magazine by Harrison Rhodes. The first part be gins in our next issue. Like many stories of the past generation, its time is set in the future, and the form is that of a diary. The title is "li>52?the Diary of a Young Girl." The particular girl who wrote the diary happened to be the daughter of the Presi dent of the United States. The latter was pestered by political conditions tnat were then modern, for ne was just about the last man destined to hold that im portant office in thl3 country. Women, of course, were to the fore, holding most of the important offices in the gift of the people, as well as the appointive places; and this poor man was put to all kinds iif straits in laying out his campaign for re-election. Indeed, it was only because of the rare vicarious act of his daughter that he was in the running at all and was. able to cir cumvent the political machinations of his female rival. And women were so ram pant in the new order o:' things that their chief concern in remodeling the Supreme Court of the nation was the proper form of corsets and other garments that should be worn on that august bench. Mr. Rhodes is a master of this form of current literature, and in has excelled even himself. The opening part of the tale is sure to lure the reader through the second and last half In the following Issue. Joseph Clement Coll has made remarkable pictures for the story. Remember, the first part appears tomor row in our Sunday Magazine. Maccabees Observe Anniversary. Columbia Hive, No. 3, Ladies of the Maccabees, celebrated the nineteenth an niversary of the founding of the wom an's auxiliary of the Knights of .. e Maccabees last Tuesday eveninir. Every member of the hive was appointed a member of the committee to assist M ss Jennie RudlofT, the chairman. T n who contributed to the program included Miss Dorothy Birch, Harry Eisen eiss. Miss Agnes Auckshank, Leroy Taylor, Raymond Peer, Miss Beatrice Cosgr ve. Miss Mildred Raymond, Miss Sadie !.app. Miss Miriam Maussburg, Miss Gladys Baum, Miss Lydia Shepard, Miss W lma Jerman, Miss Audrey Daniel, Miss Ma ;d Laurie, Miss Thelma Gray and th Misses Violet and Gladys Emty. Refreshments were served. To Initiate Large Class. Announcement is made that a large class of candidates will be initiated b> Kismet Council, No. 15S6, Royal Area- : num, the night of November 9 next. The past grand regents of the District of Co lumbia will have charge of the cere monies. Officers of the Supreme Council have signified their Intention of being present. Mrs. Frank Nair, forty-six years old, died Thursday near Broadway, Rocking ham county, Va. DOYLE BROTHERS ARE INVITED TO ORIENT Want to Play in Big Tennis Carnival to Take Place in the Philippines. An Item which should provi t . of un usual inter* st to local tennii i ? - rs i*a Just leaked out when it Is It ? ? .1 i i.it the Doyle brothers -Conrad !'. ;r. I i: i- '1 E.?have been invited by t".. l tie carnival to take a t.vo-m 11th inj. to Manila and to take |.art :i tii ?Vh.tm pionship of the or.i-nt" lenni.- ton: nanicnt. which will be held from Ki bruurs* 3 to 10. inclusive. No higher tribute could be pi'd the lo cal players than an offer of this- kind Tho carnival has decld d to pay the expenses of three or four of the 1< ading tenti 8 players of the United States and tho Doyles are given the refusal of two of these places. In ad(! t.on to their acual expenses they will be given a trip through China and Japan, stopp'ng at Nagasaki and Yokohama long enough to take short trips into the interior of Japan, also at Hongkong and Shanghai, Ch'na. Th s carnival Is the biggtst affair held in the orient, and thousands of dollars arc being spent In an effort to gather to gether su.*h a galaxy of net stars as has never before b< en entered in a singlo tournament. Entries have already b-?-n received from Hongkong and Shanghai. China, and Kobe. Japan, also from Singa pore, and the management is now in < om? munieation with Mauri e E. .McLaughlin, the Paeitic coast wonder, and others In the I'nned States, an I with the Australa sian Tennis Association in Australia. In case either of the Doyles w 11 be un>? able to take the trip the carnival fur* gests that the oihfr nair up wi h Tou.-h ard, Little. Alexander, Lon^. itundf or any of the leading players. Present !ndl cat ons axe such that ne'.t.ier will be ablo to get away at that time for business reasons. The singles event in this tournament was won last ytar by Edwin S. Gee, cha'rman of the tennis committee of the lWli tournament Mr. <2ee is a local ; 1 .y er. and when he left Washing a lie ranked near the top of the Wash.n ton contingent. When here en a va ation two years ago he played r?n tue all Washington team, and lie with his part* ner. W. B. Izard, who unit witM !i n u' that t me were largely response' for the local team's victory over th. >.'??:<!k representatives, this win putt n--c t .? lo cal team tie for tirst p!a ?? in th Inter city Tennis League. Jia.^ing .ron< tho class to the entries in tj.< o i :n. t > r nament he will have his w n ? > t for him in defen iin^ h's t th II. 'its the best wishes of his many Was lin^toa friends. Launch Asliore; Work for Life Savers SANDY HOOK LIFB-8AVTN ST V TION, N. J., October JS?The small launch Rover went ashore last ni-rlit off Barnegat, and i'apt. J. McDonald of Mays Iandiii-, N. J . anJ .< and two children, who er? aboard w< po rescued with great difficulty* The res. u?? was made b> t.. I fe-sa* r. "f Barnegat and Forked River stations It is thought that the launch will be lost. George W. Cone d-ed at Kront Royal, Va., Thursday night. He v as llfty-two years old. THE "MOTORLESS GLIDER" IN ACTION. ? * OBY1LUS WftlGUT MAKING A GOOD FLItiUT IN HIS LATEST INVENTION OVER TUB SEA AT KILL. DE\ U? CAMP, KITTY HAWK, N. O.