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FARMS.
POM MAI.E.
187 ACRES. 70 CLEARED. BALANCE IN
wool; nearest electric R. R. station. 3Vi
miles; macadam mad at aame station and
lead* to Washington, D. C.
7-rootn dwelling: pantry and bathroom. but
bathroom ia not yet equipped. Dwelling ha*
three porches. Plenty of ahade; goal ?lew;
healthful section. R. K. 1). Barn In fait
condition. New carriage hoiiae, workshop,
"forage liotiae and chicken house. Tills 1* excellent
land and I* well watered by neeer
falling streams. I'lenty of fruit. School,
churches and afore* nearbv. Washington, D.
C.. 15 mile*. Price. $5,500.
A. C. HOfflHTON. tVtr. V at. n.w.
prodi'ctive. low pint f.d farms
in the aoutheaat along the smi TUKRN RT.
M. & O. R. R. and <>a. Sou. A Fla. Ry. Ample
rain, congenial climate. I^arge profll* In
dairying. !>eef. pork, potiltry. alfalfa, corn,
truck, cotton and fruits. "Southern Kleld."
state booklets, land Hats ami serTloes free.
M. V. RICHARDS. Land and Indivfrlai Ag-*l?t.
Room 232. Southern Railway bldg., Washington,
T>. C. _
i onrt haiii:ai\ farms
94.330 will bay 4* act**; h room dwelling,
large barn, 1,300 fruit trees 'hearing). granary,
etc ; 4?? inile front on Marlboro pike
BOOTH'S FARM AGENCY,n w. cor. lOtb&G n.w.
21*
SFMMER HOMES. SAI.T WATER FRONT FOR
colored people. We base th<? most desirable
location for refined colored people In the state
of Maryland. Situated on the beautiful Seseru
riser- there la no better fishing, crabbing or
an ideal spot for either cottage or bungalow
sitea- exclusively for REFINED COLORED
PEOPLE. This property adjoins Annapolis.
Suitable for Balto. and Wash. people.
Address MARYLAND REALTY CO..
Annapolis. Md
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
SECOND-TRUST MONEY TO LOAN ON IMprosed
city property In anma from 92f.<0 to
92.000 at 6 per cent Straight loans or monthly
paymeots. No charge for appraisement unless
loan Is made No unnecessary delay*.
BROWN A CO.. 40?> Commercial Bank bldg.
GOVK.RNMENT CI EP.K WISHES LOAN OF
$3A>. Will pay 92u month, liax tH. Star offlee.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL I8TATE.
FI.OYD E. DAVIS. TtU and K a w.
MONEY To LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES ON
Dletrt' f of Columbia property. Apply E. \V.
McTNTIRE, 224 0 at. n.w.. side entrance, between
S-12 mornings, or phone M. 33*7.
LOANS NEGOTIATED ON INDORSED NOTES.
? e 1 W . _ t 1 1.1 ?_ . 1 1 * t T K?.
PiOim, <i.I m<ini9 cviiairrui. 1 '-uj nvi? ^.
No delay or r?*d tape. R R. RKNXETT. 510
Met. Batik Mdg Phonr Vain RKOH.
IF YOU WANT TO ROAN OR BORROW ON
real nrtatr-SELL or llPY-afp J. EAKIN
GADSBY. 52?> 13th ?t. n.w , who give* pcraor.al
attention to all d?al?. baring you expense
and time.
" SECOND TRUST
Money to loan at <V r on District real estate.
Any amount from $3o<? to $5,000 on first or
ecoBd trust. In straight note or monthly payments.
Takes only three days to make them.
CHARI.ES e. tribby.
Thompson .bldg.. 703 13th st. r w.
Opp. Treasury. Next'to drug store.
MONEY TO LOAN $230 TO $300,000 ON P. C.
real estate. Several large trust funds. 4V, to
A per cent. All transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS A CO..
Southern bldg.. K07 13th st. n.w.
WF. HAVE SEVKRAI. SI MS OF MONEY TOin.n
on improyed P. C. real estate at current
interest rates. Our charges are reasonable and
we are prepared to report promptly on all applications.
BOSS A PHELPS (Inc >. 714 14th st. n.w.
tier Our Big For Rent List."
'MONEY TO LOAN AT IV, ON~~REAL ESTATB
in D. C.; quick transactions.
J. LEO KOLB.
923 N. Y. are, n.w.
WE HAVE fioo.non TO LOAN ON WASHING
ton real estate. In loam- $1,500 and up. lowest
rates of Interest. All we ask Is good security.
A. C. HOUGHTON A CO.. iBT. F St.
MONEY TO IX)AN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE.
Lowest rates of interest.
THE F. H SMITH COMPANY.
140* Naw York are.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Special prlrileges with respect
to prior payments. TYLER A RUTHERFORD.
73Q 13th st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL ESTATE. 3*%
INTEREST. PROMPT REPLIES AND ECONOMICAL
CONSIDERATION FOR BORROWFilm
MOORE * HTIL (IXC ). 142<V22 H ST. N.W
RAILROADS.
I I Best Service to |
[California!
Arizona, New Mexico, I
II Mexico & El Paso, Tex. a
; ; VIA WASHINGTON-SUNSET ?
JI ROUTE. ?
1 ' Personally Conducted Tourist Y
4 * Sleeping Cars Without Change, ?
V Daily Excep* Sunday, to Los An- ?
t k geles and San Francisco. ?
! \ Lower Berth, $9. X
j [ Upper Berth, $7.20. A
? ? High-class Standard Drawing A
? ' Room Sleeping Cars, Club and A
? library Observation Cars. Dining A
? Cars Sunplled From Best Markets A
' of the World. A
4 * Rates and Steamer Reservation. ?
V Japan. China, Philippines. Around ?
\ [ the World. ?
| A J. PO'STON, |
x General Agent, X
| 705 115th Street N.W. %
| 905 F Street N.W. ?
CHKSAPKAKy. AMR OHIO LINKS.
".IS p.m. dally-SWf?ri to l/ouisvllle. Cincinnati.
Indianapolis ami St. Louis.
ii..V? p.tit daily?rulituait to Cincinnati and
t lllOJl).
11.10 p.m. daily?Slo-pers to Virginia Hot
?prin*?. Cincinnati ami Louisville. Cincinnati
sleeper open for occupancy 10 p.m.
MrtWa. 513 I'a. are.. 1339 F at. and Union
Station.
Tihe Southern Railway.
PRKMIKIt CARRIER OF TIIK SOI TH.
K M.?Fo'.lowiug achedub- figures published only
aa Information, and are n?t guaranteed:
TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON:
For Atlanta. Montgomery. Mobile. New Orleans,
5 54 a.m. and 10.43 p.m. dally. Dining cat.
For Chattanooga and Mctnpb'.a. via Aabeville,
10:43 p.m daily.
For Atlanta. Columbus Birmingham. 8.30 a.m.
ami 4.33 p m. dail*. Dining cara.
Far Atlanta Annlsfon. Talladega. Calern Selron.
8.50 a m. and 4.33 p.iii daily; and for Cnlontown!
Itemopotls, Meridian I* 30 a tu dally. Dining cars.
Foe Roanoke. Rrlatol. Knoxvlll*. Chattanooga.
B.rnitngaain. Meridian. Vlcksburg. New Orleans.
10 10 p.m. daily. Dining car
For Roanoke. Knoxvllle. Chattanooga. Naaheil.e.
Memphis. 4.lo a.in dally. 81-eping car
ait* b* occupied after 10.0U p.m. Dining car.
For Asheviile. 8.50 a m . 5.53 p.m. and 10-43
p.m. dally. Dining cars.
For Coltiaib'a. Summer*llle. Charleaton. Aiken.
Augusta. Ssvannali Brunaw l<-k. Jacksontr'.Iie and
Florida points. .1 S3 p m. dally Dining car
Tourist car for Caltforula. daily, EXCEPT
SUNDAY. 4.35 p m.
For Danville ilocalt. 7 .10 a nt. daily.
For Harrls<?rtsirg. 8 1*1 a m. daily (parlor carl;
3.33 p.m. (parlor car) and 4.40 p.m. week days
Tor Charlottesville (local). 73o a.m. and 4.40
p.13. daily.
Far Warrenton, R.50 i in.. 1100 a m.. 4.40
p.*. dally: 3.23 p.m. (parlor car) und 4 53 p.m.
n?ck days.
L. S BROWV. General Agent.
MEDICAL.
Or. Reed
Specialist, 804 117th St.
7*7 VPAO^' SUCCESSFUL
?>? a Ei/Ti JvC> PltACTICE IN
Piwaaes. of the Nervous Syatem. Skin. Blood.
Heart. Stoiuach. Giver. Kidneys, Bladder. Note1.
Throat and Lungs, Stricture, Varicocele and
Hydrocele.
Blood IMseaaes and IMaorders of the Urinary
orvrans promptly rellcod bj ?af<- methods.
Hours: lO to 1 ami 3 to >; Sundays. Id to 1.
DR.BALDUS, STari...
On the Nervous Syatem. Blood and Ktouiach.
Do. tor'a service and medicine two dollars.
II..U -V 1C? to K Phone M HMfl. Closed Sundays.
Dr. SHADE
* SPECIALIST
728'1'lhiirteesiitlhi St.
OVER 30 YEARS' PRACTICE TREATING
STOMACH AND NKRVOl'8 DISEASES.
Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Constipation,
Dizziness, Bud Taste. Fullness after Ratine,
Wtke.'nlurw, I?ss of Flesh. Heart Trouble. Palpitation.
Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Stricture,
Sallow Complexion. PI in pies, Blood and Skta
Diseases, Lass of Vitality, and Special Private
Allmenta of Both Sexea cured promptly
i'm>C" administered).
Consultation free, medicines furnished, charges
low. Hours. 9 to 1 and 3 to 5. Sundays. 10
DR. FISK ELGIN
Expert in treatment of apeclal diseases, chronic
and acute both seres. Al! consultations ronO( ntial
M*'(!?'.! ? furnished Prices moderate,
hi. ? cor. 7t'a and O n-w. Phone Main 7WT.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERWOOW
ADAM A. WESCHLF.K, AUCTIONEER.
Trustee's Sale of Premises No.
525 Sixth Street Northwest.
By virtue of the authority vested In me by
ilcH of trust, rrconl'd tn Liber No. 3060. at
folio 131 et seq.. of the land records of the District
of Columbia. I will offer for sale at public
auction, in front of the premise*, on MONDAY.
THE TWENTY EIGHTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
1912. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. parts of original
lota nutnliered seren (7) an?l nine (9) In square
numbered four hundred and eighty-eight (4831.
fronting 24 feet 5>4 inches on Sixth street west
by a depth of 114 feet 6 Inches to an alley, more
particularly described In said deed of trust, and
fmproTed by a brick dwelling house.
Termi: One-third cash, balance In equal Installments.
payable one aud two years after
' date, secured on the property and represented
by the promissory notes of tbe purchaser, with
Interest at Oot. payable semi-annually, or nil
cash, at purchaser's option. $200 deposit required.
Expenses of conveyancing, etc.. at purchaser's
cost. Terms of sale to be fulfilled within
ten days, otherwise the undersigned refterven
the right to resell at the coat and rlak of the
defaulting purchaser.
WHARTON B. I.ESTER. Surviving Trustee.
ocJ7 d*ds eSn 416 lith at. n.w.
~~TilOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRT'STEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. KNOWS AS NO. 310 s
STREET NORTHEAST.
Bt virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
In Liber No. 2O20, folio 277 et seq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned substituted trustee will sell, at
public auction. In front of the premises, on
MONDAY. THE TWENTY EIGHTH DAY OK
OCTOBER, A.D. 1912. AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following described land and premises,
situate in the county of Washington, District of
Columbia, and designated as and being the west
half of lot 4. block 8, Ecklngton, designated
also for assessment as lot 803, sqnare 3370,
together with the Improvements, consisting of a
two <2i story and cellar semi-detached frame
house, known as No. 310 S street northeast.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, balance In two equal
Installments, payable In one and two years,
with Interest at 0 per centum per annum,
payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured
by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will be required at time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled
with within ten days from duy of 9ole, otherwise
the trustee reserves the right to resell
the property at the risk and coat of defaulting
purchaser, after five daya' advertisement of
such resale In some newspaper published in
Washington, D. C.
ALAN O. CLEPHANE.
Substituted Trustee,
ocl7-d&ds.e*Su Wllklns Building.
TOMORROW.
SMITH S AUCTION HOUSE.
?3 La. ave. n.w.
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29, AT 10 A.M..
Will sell at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash 'arge consignments of ail kind of Furniture.
Ilnnselmld Goods and Rrlc-n-hnic. Pianos.
Organs, etc. One loud from A. Bernstein's loan
office, consisting of Clothing. Pictures. Clocks,
Watches, Lamp-.. Electric Fixtures. Portieres,
Overcoats, etc.
ROGER B. SMITH. Auct.
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. INC., ALCTIONiaEKS.
TRrSTEES' SALE OF PALPABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE: PREMISES NO. 200 NEW
YORK AVENUE NORTH WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
In Liber No. 2967. folio 172 at acq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, we,
the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auc'lnn.
in front of the premises, on TUESDAY,
THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
A.D. 1012. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M., the following described land and premises.
situate In the cltv of Washington, in the
District of Columbia, and designated as and
being lot numbered fifty-nine (59). In William
Powell's subdivision of part of souare numbered
five hundred and fifty-seven (557). as per plat
recorded in Liber No. 12. at folio 163. of the
records of the office of the surveyor for said
District, together with the Improvements, consisting
of premises known as No. 200 New York
avenue northwest.
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 years, with
Interest at 5 per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $100
will be required of the purchaser at the time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale
to be complied with within fifteen days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the property at the risk and coet
of the defaulting purchaser after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper
published In the city of Washington. D. C.
HERMAN E. GASCH,
1321 New York ire. n.w.,
OTTO H. LUEBKERT.
Colorado bldg..
ocl7-10t.eSu Trustees.
Extra Large Sale
Fm r nn n Tifl re?
About 25 loads of storage goods from the
Northwestern Storage Company.
Also about 1.0U0 yards of Carpet In remnants
from W. B. Moses A Son, Mattings, Linoleums,
etc.
Unrestricted sale on TUESDAY, OCTOBER
TWENTY-NINTH. AT TEN A.M. Dealers and
private buyers attend tbia aale.
D. NOTES. Auctioneer.
615 Louisiana ave.
FVTI7,RB DAYS.
TIJOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 2019 19th
STREET NORTH WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
in Liber No. 2306. folio 404 et seq.. 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 auction,
In front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY.
THE THIRTIETH DAY OF OCTOBER. A.D.
j 1912. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de|
scribed land and premises, situate iu the county
i of WfichlniEtnn T)i?itr!cf of Coliimhin an/1 lUelw.
..i -.v ??/" ui vura
resale In boom newspaper published In the city
of Washington, D. C.
OBORGB I,. BUNNELL.
GEO. R. LIN KINS,
Trustees.
HENRY I. QUINN, Attorney,
Columbian building.
oc2S-d&ds,eSu I
nated as and living lot 26. Mock 3. Washington
i Heights. ?ald block bring designated alio for the
I puri?oses of assessment an square 2353, together
i with the Improvements, consisting of three (8)
story and basement brick house No. 2019 19th
street northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid iu cash, balance en or before three
years, with Interest at five per eentutn j?er annum.
payable setnl-annually, from day of sale,
secured by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of 82M).0l* will be required at time Of
sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc. at coat
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen day* from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such resale In
some newspaper published In Washington. D. C.
H. ROZ1KR DULANY.
A. WALTON FLEMING.
1S33 F at. n.w.,
oolH d&ds.eSu Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OK VALUABLE I'MM
FROVKD REAL ESTATE. BEING FIFTY
BUILDING LOTS FRONTING ON MILWAl'KKE,
LOWELL AND NEWARK
STREETS. NEAR FORTY-FOURTH STREET.
WESI.EY HEIGHTS. I>. C.
Ry virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded
in I.lber No. 178(1. folio 389 et acq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia. and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned substituted trustee will sell at public
auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY.
THE FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.
A D. 1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK I' M., the fol
lowing described laud and premises, situate In
the county of Washington. District of Columbia,
and deslgnutei] as and being lota numbered thirteen
(13' to twenty-nine (29>. both Inclusive, and
thirty-four (34) to forty-three (43). both Inclusive.
In block numbered twenty-four (24); lots
numbered seventeen (17) to twenty-three (23>.
both Inclusive, and twenty-six (26) to thirtythree
(33). both Inclusive, in block numbered
twenty-elglit (28). and all of block numbered
twenty-three (23) In John F. Waggaman'a aub'
division of parts of a tract of land known as
Alliance, and now called Wesley Heights, as
I?er plat recorded In L!!>er County No. 7. page
117. In the surveyor's office of the District of
Columbia.
Terma of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, balance on or before
two years from day of sal*', with Interest at 5
IH-r i-entuiii per annum, payable semi-annually,
from day of sale. secured by deed of trust upon
the property sold, or all canto, at the option of
the purchaser. A deposit of 5.VK) will be required
at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording.
etc.. at coat of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be compiled with within 20 days from
day of sale, otherwise the substituted trustee
re^tr?es the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after Are
days' sdrertlsement of such resale In some newspaj>er
published In Washington. D. O.
It. THOMAS ROBINSON.
m-24-ilAds.eSn Substituted Truste*.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OP FRAME STORE AND
WVKU.1NG. 8.W. COKNKH ttlst AND C
STREETS Xt, ON STEAM AND ELECTRIC
UOAIW.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
lu IJhcr No. 335!*. folio 24 et seq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at public
auction. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY.
THE SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
A.D. 1812. AT HAW-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following real estate In the county of
Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lot
34. block l#t. In "Deanwood Heights." as per
plat recorded In book 15. page 6. In the surveyor's
olllce for said District, together with the
Improvements thereon: subject, however, to a
lease dated July 5. 1812. for 3 years. 918.00 per
mo., with privilege of renewal for 3 years at
same rental.
Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $200 required
at the time of sale. AH conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees at the cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and coat of the defaulting
t tli roha sar a ftor Ava Am we' aHra*t(csmsi>? ?
AUCTION SALES
FUTURE DAYS.
r
nmiininimmmnmmnmnnninmmma
: | C. G. Sloan & Co., Inc., j
TOMTOM l!i If ?
! I
By virtue of authority ve
will sell at
PUBLIC
Monday and Tuesday, N
Commencing at i(
Within our rooms, 1407
valuable col
BlAMi
Consisti
Brooches, Bar Pins, Ladies' ]
Bracelets, Horseshoe Scarfpin
Stone Scarfpins, Cluster Earr:
Merry Widow Earrings, Single
tlemen's; 5-stone Gents' Ring
stone Gents' Gypsy Rings, 3-!
Tiffany Rings, After-dinner Rii
Rings, Cluster Rings, Link an<
neous Jewelry.
The above stock will be fir
if a satisfactory bid is not obtai
in detail.
Terms CASH.
ETHEL
IAttc
C. G. SLOAN & CO., In<
Y
I kill At Sloan's
I Ii3 1407 G St
|
1 Catalog!
| OI
5 A LARGE COL
| COLONIAL MAHOG.
{ For All Parts of the Hous<
Carpets, Sheffield Plate,
f and Colored Prints, China
? Brae, Brass Andirons ai
:j: Antiques, etc., etc.
? All at Absolute Public
:j: Galleries, 14c
$ WEDNESDAY, THUB
| October 30 and 31
t* At 1 l A.M. and o 1
I ON VIEW MONDAY
$ October 28
X Catalogues on applicat
| C. G. SLOAIS
? oclij-tt.eiiu
| ADAM A. WESCH
X Administrator's sale c
? valuable Antique and Mc
i ture, Rare Oriental Rugs
| Silver, Ornaments, Curie
| Haviland China, Draperi
| monds, Jewelry, etc.
| The undersigned administra
jP of an order of the Supreme Cour
^ holding a probate court, in re e
J* Ellen A. De VaE
$ Will 1
t BY PUBLIC
| AT WESC
I 920 PA. AV
| WEDNESDAY, OCT
.** Commencing at 111
j? A large and valuable collection of II
X many rare art objects gathered
X On View Tuesday
% Terms cash. J. M. CA
< o<*24-dJk(ib8,eSu
ADAM A. WKSCHLKR. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A LARGE AND AT- T
TRACTIVE THREE-STORY AND CELLAR
BRICK AND STONE DWELLING IN
NORTHWEST WASHINGTON. KNOWN AS
PREMISES NO. 3173 18th STREET N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated N
September 25, 1906. and recorded among the rt
land records of the District of Columbia, !u 2i
IJber No. 3* >28. folio 261 et seq . and at the ti
request of the holder* of the notes secured ul
thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer at 1
public sale, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY, E
THE EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D. F
1912. AT HAJ^F-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. 1?
the following described land and premises, sit- c<
uate and lying in the county of Washington, w
District of Columbia, namely: Lot numbered ai
eighty-five (86) in Harry T. Jones' subdivision of ni
lots in block numbered fourteen (141, in the t<
Wslbridge subdivision of "Ingleside," as per r<
plat of said Jones' subdivision recorded in Liber "
County No. 20. folio 78. of the records of the D
surveyor's otHee of the District of Columbia:
Subject to and together with rights of way for m
alley purposes described in a certain deed of pi
trust on said lot from John W. Points et ti*. oi
and Frederick L *Mockabee. dated and recorded ci
November 1. 1905. and subject to a principal ,T
sum of 86,000. due under said deed of trust of ti
November 1. 1905. and Interest thereon at the oi
rate of 6 per ceot per annum from January 15, di
1911. RJ
Terms of sale: Raid principal snm of $5,000 ol
due under said deed of trust of November 1. pi
19(>6, and Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cl
cent per annum from January 16. 1811. to be ti'
assumed by the purchaser; the balance to be *<
paid In cash. A deposit of $250 will be required
at the tliqe of sale. Bale to be closed
in fifteen days from day of sale; otherwise the
trustees may resell the property at the risk and *"
cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement In some newspaper published In
Washington, D. C. Conveyancing at cost of T
purchaser.
CLARENCE B. RHEEM. Trustee.
ALEXANDER T. HKN9BY. Trustee,
oc26-dAd?.eSu 727 16th at. n.w. ?
ADAM A. WESCHLKR. AUCTIONEER. a"
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF PREMISES NO. 437 S
15th ST. SOUTHEAST. F
By rlrtne of the authority vested In me br deed H
of trust recorded in Liber No. 3250. at folio 293 In
et sen., of the land records of the District of tr
Columbia, and at the request of the narty thereby 1(
secured. I will offer for sale at pnbllc auction. In 1<
front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE si
FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1912, at ft
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lot nam- si
lie red fifty-one (61), In square numbered ten ' is
hundred sad sixty-two (1062), more particularly n
described In said deed of trust and Improved by
a two-story brick 4walling houe. 01
Terms: One-third cask, balance in equal la- s?
stallments payable one and two years after ot
date, represented by the promissory notes of ths of
purchaser, secured on the property, with inter- oi
est at 0% per annum, payable semi-annually, fl|
or all cash, at purchaser's option. $200 deposit tr
required. Expenses of conveyancing, etc.. ?t I al
purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be fulfilled al
within ten days, otherwise the undersigned re- so
serves the right to sell at the cost and risk of in
the defaulting purchaser.
WHARTON E. LESTER, Surviving Trustee.
oc^o-dJds.cSu 410 5th at. a.w.
AUCTION SALES.
rCTPKE DAY*.
Auctioneers, 1407 G St.
?F DIAMONDS |
sted in the undersigned, we
AUCTION
ovember 4 and 5, 1912, I
) O'Clock A.M.,
*G st. n.w., a large and
Uection of
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ng of !|i
Horseshoe Pins, Lavalliers,
s, Cluster Scarfpins, Single
itigs, Single Stone Earrings, *
Stone Rings, ladies' and gens,
5-stone Tiffany Rings, 3?tone
Tiffany Rings, 2-stone
rigs, Princess Rings, Duchess
i Cuff Buttons and miscellast
offered as an entirety, and
ned will be immediately sold
f ill
BERT B. FREY, * jj
irney-at-Law, Trustee,
c., Auctioneers.
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>f a large collection of ?
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and Carpets, Paintings,
>s, Cut Glass, Brasses, ?
es, Linen, Books, Dia- x
tor, d. b. n., c. t. a., by virtue X
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AUCTION, |
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E. N.W., ?
OBER 30th, 19112, i
) O'Clock A.M.,
louaehold Appointments. Including X
from all parts of the world.
RLISLE, Administrator, |
717 14th St. N.W. X
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Rt'STEES* SALE OF AN ATTRACTIVB TWOSTORY
AND BRICK DWELLING IN NORTHWEST.
KNOWN AS PREMISES NO. 400
SHEPHERD STREET N.W.
By virtus of a certain deed of truat. dated
ovember 1. 1006. and recorded among the land
cord* of the Dlatrlrt of Columbia, in Liber
377. at folio 356 et *eq., and at tbe request of
le holders of the notes secured thereby, the
oderslgned trustees will offer at public sale. In
r<?t of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
IGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1912. AT
OUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described
ind and premises, situate and lying in the
aunty of Washington, District of Columbia,
unely: Lot numbered sixty-nine (60) of Points
ad Mockabee's subdivision of lots in square
limbered seventy-eight (781, "Petworth addition
? the city of Washington," as the same is duly
'corded In Book County No. 22, folio 16, of the
cords of the office of the surveyor for the
Istrict of Columbia.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
loney to be paid In cash, the balance to be
?id In three equal Installments, respectively, in
ae, two and three years from day of sale, seared
by a deed of trust on the property sold,
ith interest thereon, payable semi-annually, at
ie rate of flve-and-a-half per cent per annum,
r all cash, at tbe option of the purchaser. A
rposlt of $200 will be required at the time of
lie. Sale to be closed in fifteen days from day
r sale: otherwise the trustees may resell the
roperty at the risk and cost of defaulting puraaser
after five days' advertisement In some
rwspaper published In Washington, D. C. Coneyancing
at cost of purchaser.
CLARENCE B. RHEK.M. Trustee;
ALEXANDER T. HEXSEY. Trustee.
oc26-d&da.e8u 727 16th St. n.w.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
RUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY FRAME
DWELLING. NO. 733 SIXTH STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtus of a certain deed of trust, dnly reirded
In Liber No. 8113, folio 66 et seq.. of the
ind records of the District of Columbia, and
t the request of the party secured thereby, tbe
Sitoeularnnil faitafaas n-111 anil a t rtnKII/% siiAtian
tunaipuvu ht uvtvva v???? Mb ?w.muh,
i front of ttie premises. on FRIDAY. THE
IR8T DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D. I?12. AT
ALP-PA8T FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow,
ig reel estate. In the city of Washington. DIslct
of Columbia, to wit: Parts of lots 15 and
1 In square 486, beginning on 8th street west
I feet 8 inches north from southwest corner of
Lid lot 15, thence north along 8th street 16
et 8 inches, thence east 85 feet to a public
ley, thence south along said alley 16 feet 8
lobes, thence west 85 feet to the beginning, to- i
>ther with the improrements thereof.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In '
le and two years, with Interest at six per cent,
icured by deed of trust upon the property sold.
' all cash. A deposit of 8800 required at time
' sale. All conreyanclng and recording at cost :
! purchaser. Terms to be compiled with within i
teen days from day of sale, otherwise the
ustees reserve the right to resell the property
; the risk and coat of the defaulting purchaser, t
Iter five days' advertisement of such resale in :
me newspaper published in the city of Washgton.
D. C. i
HENRY H. BERGMANS, ,
GEORGE M. EMMERICH. ,
oc23-d*ds Trustees. 1
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
T. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
EXECUTOR*S SALE OF VACANT GROUND.
WHOLLY SURROUNDED BY PUBLIC ALLEYS.
IN SQUARE 1018. BEING SUITABLE
SITE FOR GARAGES OR STABLES: AND
ALSO OF A BUILDING LOT ON SOUTH
CAPITOL STREET IN SQUARE 702.
Acting m? executor and truatee under the will
of Edward N. Richarda. deceased, and also pursuant
to authority conferred by decreet of the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,
passed in equity cause No. 29251. the undersigned
will offer for sale by public auction, in
front of the respective premises, on TUESDAY.
THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF OCTOBER.
1912. AT THE HOURS BELOW DESIGNATED,
the following-described parcels of unimproved
land, situate in the city of Washington. D. C.,
namely:
At FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.-The south 77 feet
by the full width of 93 feet and .7 luehes of
original lots 17 and 18 in square 1018. between
D and E. 12th and 13th streets southeast. This
property fronts on a public alley 30 feet wide,
baa public alleys on each side and in the rear,
and contains T,180.28 square feet of ground,
more or less. It Is shown on plat recorded in
the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia
in Book 41. page 15.
At FOUR FORTY-FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.?Lot
no in wiiiiam a mcnaras ana ot tiers fiin<11
vision of lota In square 702. This property
fronts 15.70 feet on South Capitol street between
N and O streets, and extends back of
that width 80 feet to u public alley, according
to plat of said subdivision recorded in Book .10,
page 157, in the ofllee of the aforesaid surveyorTerms
of sale: One-third cash, balance in
equal Installments at one and two years from
the time of sale, deferred payments to bear (Wfc
Interest, payable semi-annually, and to be secured
by a deed of trust on the property add.
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will be required at the time of
sals on each of the two above-described parcels.
Terms to he complied with within 15 davs from
date of sale or deposit may be forfeited. Conveyancing
and recording at cost of purchaser.
WILLIAM C. PRENTISS,
Executor and Trustee.
Office Metropolitan Bank building.
oclT-d&ds.eSu
t7THF, ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ENTIL
FRIDAY. THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER.
1H12. same hours and places.
BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTOR & TRUSTEE.
oo25-dAds,eSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE-STORY AND
CELLAR BRICK DWELLING NO. 2107 O
STREET N.W.
^y virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded
in Liber No. 2345. folio 33 et seq.. of
, the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
THE SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D.
1012, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
the following descrlb?-d land and premises, situate
in the city of Washington, in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being lot
numbered forty-seven (47) In E. N. Dlekcrson,
Jr., by Geo. H. Graham, attorney's, subdivision
of part of square numbered sixty-eight (68), as
per ?iat recorded in I.lber 10. folio 71. of the
records of the surveyor's office of the District
of Columbia, together with the improvements
thereon.
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
years, with interest at six per centum per annum.
payable semi-annually, from day of sale,
secured by deed of trust upon the property
sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $200 will be required or the purchaser
at the time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees at the cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and co*t of the defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement or such
regale in some newspaper published in the city
of Washington, D.
ABRAHAM P. PRINCE.
WM. II. SAlNPEltS,
JULIUS I. PEYSER, Trustees.
Attorney for Holder of Note.
oc25-dftds.eSn
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. CORNER OF NEWARK
STREET AND NEW MEXICO AVENUE,
WESLEY HEIGHTS, CONTAINING It, 318
SQUARE FEET.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded
1n Liber No. 22113, folio 153 et Keep, of
the laud records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party Rocured thereby, the
undorslgued trustees will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A D. 1012. AT
QUARTER PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described
land and premises, situate in
the county of Washington. District of Columbia,
and designated as and being all of lot numbered
twenty four (24) In block numbered twenty-eight
(28) In John F. Waggaman's subdWlsiou of parts
of a tract of land known as Alliance, now called
Wesley Heights, as per plat recorded In Liber
County No. 7. page 117, on the records of the
office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to bo paid In cash, balance on or before
two years, with interest at 5 per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of shIc,
secured by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100.00 will he required at time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with
within twenty days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser.
after five days' advertisement of su^h
resale In some newspaper published in Washington,
D. C.
JOHN W. FILLING.
IRVING WILLIAMSON, Trustees.
oc26-dftds,ex8u
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
EXECUTOR'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE LOT ON H STREET NORTHEAST
BETWEEN 11th AND 12th STREETS,
IMPROVED BY A SMALL FRAME BUILDING.
NO. 1109.
By virtue of authority vested in me under
the will of Margaretha A. Endres, deceased, 1
will sell at public auction in front of the
premises, cn THURSDAY. THE THIRTY-FIRST
DAY OF OCTOBER. 1912. AT HALF-PAST
FOl'R O'CLOCK P.M.. the east 17 feet front
on II street by the full depth of loo feet of
lot 7. In square 982.
Terms: All cash. $100 deposit required upon
acceptance of bed. Sale to be closed in fifteen
days from day of sale or deposit forfeited. Conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's cost.
S. J. KUBEL.
oo2?-dftds.exSu. Executor and Trustee.
THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
RESIDENCE PROPERTY. BEING THE
TWO-STORY AND CELLAR BRICK DWELLING
NO. ?22 LA MONT STREET NORTHW
EST. SITUATE A SHOUT DISTANCE
EAST FROM GEORGIA AVENUE.
Whereas default having been made In the payment
of certain Installments of principal and interest
due on the debt secured by a certain deed
of trust, dated March 1. lull, and recorded In
Liber No. .'{472, folio 482. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at the request
of the party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees, by Tirtue of the power vested in them
by said deed of trust, will sell at public auction,
'n front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1?12. AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described
land and premises, situate in the
county of Washington, D. C-. and distinguished
as lot numbered forty-three (43) In square numbered
thirty bundled aud forty-one (3041) in a
subdivision of part of a tract of land known trs
"Pleasant Plains." as per plut recorded In
Liber County No. 24. folio 20. of the records
of the office of the surveyor of the District of
Columbia, together with the improvements
thereon, consisting of a two-story and cellar,
six-room and bath brick dwelling. Subject to
certain covenants running with the land.
Terms of sale: This property Is sold subject
to a prior deed of trust, securing an indebtedness
of $2,500, dated April 11. 1010. maturing April
11. 1013, and bearing 5Wc interest per annum,
payable semi-annually, payment of which is to
be assumed by the purchaser: the purchase money
over and above suit" deed of trust to he paid in
cash. A deposit of two hmidred dollars ($200)
will be required at the time of sale, and terms
to be fully complied with within fifteen (15)
days from day of sale, or deposit to be forfeited
and property resold at the cost of such
defaulting purchaser after five (5) days' advertisement
yf such resale In some newspaper published
in Washington. D C-. Conveyancing and
recording charges at purchaser's cost.
B. FRANCIS-SA UU Trustee,
Cor. 7th an<1 L sts. n.w.
R. PERCY THOMPSON. Trustee.
oc2R-llt.eSu 1342 New York ave. n.w.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
Very Desirable. Well Located
Three-Story Brick Dwelling,
'r t> J n w t
len Kooms ana oatn, i\o.
1510 "P" Street N.W.,
At Auction.
By direction of all parties In Interest we will ;
sell at public auction, in front of the premises,
on THURSDAY, OCTOBER THIRTY-FIRST,
1012, at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
lot 100. In square l?u. fronting 24 feet on P
street by 100 to 24-foot alley. Do not tniss
this opportunity to secure a great bargainTerms:
One-third cash, balance in one and
two years, secured by deed of trust on the
property sold, or all cash. $100 deposit. Conveyancing
and recording at purchaser's cost.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers.
oc2fl-d&ds.eSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Valuable Unimproved Lots on
Volta Place Between 33d and
34th Streets, Also on K Street
Between 24th and 25th Streets N.W.,
by Auction. j
By Tiptoe of authority vested in the undersigned
I will sell by public auction, in front of
the respective premises, on THURSDAY. THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER. 1912. the !
following real estate, to wit:
AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M.
The east 20 feet by full depth of lot 176. ;
Beatty ft Hawkins' addition. Georgetown, D. C., '
an Volta place between 33rd and 34th sts. n.w.
AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P.M.
Parts of lots 17 and 18 in square 28. 15x124.11.
to 25-foot alley, on south side K st. between *
24th and 25tb sts. n.w. '
Terms: One-fourth cash, balance in one, two .
tnd three years, or all rash. $HO deposit on \
i'arh lot at sule. All conveyancing and recording
it purchaser's cost.
OC24-d&ds,eSu .^^.M A. WESCHLKR, Auct.
i ne iyiiiton dcnooi
The Maryland Building,
1410 H St. N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Unsurpassed Instruction In
Shorthand, Typewriting, Civil Service.
"THE SCHOOL THAT GETS RESCLT8."
St.Rose's Technical School
Will reopen lis branch of
DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ON MONDAY, OCT. 28
Thoroughly practical course In cooking and the
chemistry of food. For further information apply
at 1878 Phelps place.
Bookkeepers?Accountants
Prepared for C. P. A. Examination,
For Professional Work, 1
For High-grade Positions. ;
Individual Instruction.
P. W. ROBERTSON. C. P. A.. 72i> ISth at. n.w.
Washington School of Accountancy.
Instruction preparing for C. P. A. degree and
business administration, professional courae.
48-page bulletin aent on request.
Address Director of Education. Y. M. C. A..
1788 G at- n.w.
HALL-HOYES SCHOOL
Special afternoon claascs "or adult* .
atnrtlngr Shakespeare, Latin, Mathe- J
maties.
Also full graded and high school classes, day
and night, children and adults.
FRANCES MANN HALL, A. M , PRINCIPAL.
221 E at. n.w. Tel. M. 3877.
FRENCH. '
BROF. VICTOR DULAC,
Graduate of Paris.
1226 15th at. n.w. Phone N. 139S-T. !
J*H 1
The Temple School,
1417 G St. N.W.
STENOGRAPHY, TYPE- !
WRITING, ENGLISH, CIVIL
SERVICE.
Phone M. 3258.
GUNSTON HALL,!
1906 Florida Avenue.
A HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. FOR GIRDS. '
Preparatory and Elective Courses. All grades
from Primary to Collegiate. Special advantages
in Music. -Art and Expression. Building specially
planned for the school. Gymnasium und
Tennis. Catalogue on request.
Mrs. BEVERLEY R. MASON. Principal.
The Misses Eastman's
SCHOOL FOR OIRLS,
1305 17th st. Opeu Oct. 1.
Regular grades and graduate courses.
Write for catalogue. Phone X. 4816.
Miss AmirsSe L. Murray,
Teacher of Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar.
Studio, 330i> O st. Phone W. 825..
DOMESTIC ARTS & SCIENCES
1754-175S M Slreet N.W.
Complete, practical courses. Regular, normal
and special. Model equipment. Expert faculty.
Registration Sept. 15, 1912. Catalogue.
WASH INGTON SEJWIN AR Y
Preparatory, Academic, Collegiate Departments.
Culture Class for special students and high school
graduates; advanced English, civics, ethics,
music, art, languages. Travel class, household
economics, gymnasium, tennis.
Mrs. G. T. S.MAI J.WOOD, 2103-9 S st.
Mrs. W. A. WILBUR.
FLYXN'S~BUSINESS*"COLLEGE?$6 A MONTH.
Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, English,
spelling, letter writing.
S.W. corner 8th and K st*. n.w.
French Lessons.
Individual or In classes; student* coached.
no2* MMF.. MERC1ER. 2129 N *t. n.w. ;
HAZEL WEGNF.B-BEEDF.R.
Teacher of Singing. Voice Placement, etc. ]
Soprano Soloist, Concert*. Musical*.
Studio. 801 A st. s.e. Phone Linen. 41.
Mr. Hugh E. Saltsman,
VOICE CULTURE, PIANO, ACTING.
Stndlo. 1107 Q st. n.w. Phone M. 4583. ]
STUDIO OF MUSIC. IT *53.?
nal Instruction in vocal and Instrumental muale
by expert teacher. Ptrone M. 6232.
IRWIN HALL. FOR GIRLS.
2009 Columbia road. Kindergarten, primary.
Montessori method. Special course*. Language*.
Classes open October 7. Healthful and delightful
location.
WALTER T. HOLT,
Mandolin. Guitar and Banio Teacher.
Weekly club practice.
NEW STUDIOS, KenoB bid*.. 11th k. O sta. aw.
Phone Main SOW.
SPANISH.
Join now the Spanish classes at the MILTON
SCHOOL. Native instructor; $3 and g4 par
month. The Maryland bldg.. 1410-14 H St., 4th
floor; elevator
THE DRILLERY,
1100 N. Y. Ave.
STENOGRAPHY: PITMAN AND GREGO.
TYPEWRITING: TOUCH AND SIGHT. ENGLISH
AND CIVIL SERVICE COURSES. CHART
AND BLACKBOARD METHODS. No text books .
required.
MECHANICAL DRAFTING, BOOKKEEPING. I
Enter any time.
Sejalons EVERY DAY and EVERY EVENING.
VOICE CULTURE
SINGING. ELOCUTION.
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture. I
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation.
Sight Singing. Dramatic Art.
Irs. Emily Frecb Barnes, (
143 11th at- n.e. Phone Line. 1789.
OPT OP WASHINGTON. |
MONTROSE-A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL j
in the country for girls and small boys; must ,
healthful part of Marvland: terms moderate. .
Miss 1IARDEY, Highland. Md.
MOVING. PACKING 6 STORAGE !
STORAGE?PRIVATE APARTMENTS; VERY <
best accommodations; padded vans. Particulars
at 507 14th at. n.w.. LITTLEFIBLD, AI.VORD
A CO.. opp- New Wlllard. Tel. W. 737. ~
PACKING. Phone M. 2010. MOVING. *
KRIEG'S EXPRESS, 122T H St. n.w.
Large padded vans. Experienced men.
Uet our estimate.
SHIPPING. STORAGE, a
WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO. (INC.), ?
91*1-018 Pa. ave. u.w. ,
FIREPROOF STORAGE. y
Rooms, $2 mo. up. Phone Main 261. ?
Estimates furnished. J.
GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTELY
FIREPROOF STORAGE. PACKING & MOVING. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO., r
418 10th ST. N.W. PHONE 4229.
ftlYlRR VAm IPITPVTTITftir. DflVAC ww
* ta^V'O, IV A ly . . 1
at WESCHLBR'S. 930 Pa. aye. n.w. Ratea I
reasonable. Estimates cheerfully given. Phone
1292.
PADDED TANS. M AND $3 LOAD; 2 HOBU
wagons, |S load. Phone Main 1915-19141.
COLUMBIA TRAN8FER A STORAOB CO..
005 NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
Packing A Shipping. Storage. $2 van load.
1 > ?? ? ?
Before
Moving ^iijpp^ 1
four household goods let us furnish an estimate^ IF
Kates by load or contract. Padded runs and re- .
Liable movers. Packing. Shipping. Storage. y\
Merchants'Transfer & Storage Co. *'
Phone Main 6900. 920-922 E at. B.W. Ji
HEALTH MOVEMENT. 1
1TIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; NATURAL, f
non-surgical; cloth-bound, 400-page book Dee.
Apply by mall, 916 Colorado building. Free
lecture for women Wednesdays at 2:30.
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR.
TILL REPAIR AND GUARANTEE ANY AMER- <?
Inn n ii-n <-?! i fnr CI roirarrllunw nf onnilltlnn Tl.in
offer gi-.o'l for (h'tolier only. ,
MAX JAXOr. Jeweler. S04 E st. n.w. I
AUCTION SALES.
putt his pays.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & OO.. AUCTS.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY'S SALE OF
PNCLAIMBD FREIGHT.
On TTESDAY, NOVEMBER FIFTH. A.D.
1812. <X>5?VIBNCING AT HALF PAST TEN
O'CLOCK A.M.. the Adams Express Company
will sell without reserve. In the annexed salesroom
of Walter B. Williams & Co.. corner of
10th and D sta. n.w.. facing Pennsylvania are.,
to pay charges, about 350 packages, comprising
an assortment of Trunks, \allses. Boxes. Packages,
etc. All parties concerned will please
take notice. Terms cash when the articles are
struck off. and no lot will on any account be
delivered dorlng the sale. ool4.21.2S.no4
EDUCATIONAL.
IN WASHINGTON.
STENOGRAPHY.
TYPEWRITING.
BPSTVESS PHONOGRAPH METHODS.
Expert instruction at very low* cost.
Personal classes or 1>t mall.
INTERCONTINENTAL. I'NIVEKSITY.
2S? <talt bidg.. 1413 H st.
MEDITERRANEAN-ADRIATIC SERVICE. I Calling
nt Madeira. Gibraltar. Genoa.
Naples. Trieste. Flutne. See itinerary.
PAXXOXIA. n.TDNIA CAKPATHIA.
N'nv. 10, noon. Dee. 7. noon. March 22, noon, r
Jan. 11. noon. Feb. 12, noon. ?'
Round the world trips. $513. Special through ']
rates to Egypt, India. China, Japan. Manila.
Australia. New Zealand. Sou-h Africa and South
America. Tours In Sjiaiii. Quotations furnished
for auv Tours. Age.uts for Peninsular and oriental
S. N. <>>. in I'nited States and Canada.
Piers, foot West 14th street. X. It Oflices,
24 State street. X. Y.. opposite flattery,
(j. w. MOss. 517 14th st- n.w.. Washington, p. O. ^
HAMBURG ^ AMERICAN
London, Paris. Hamburg.
fKais'n Aug.VIc.Xov.6,3 pm jPennsylvanla.Nov. 0 JOoncovado
Not. 7 jl'retorin Nov. Jtt
{Hamburg direct, second cahlu only.
tRltz-Carlton a la Carte Restaurant.
MADEIRA. GIBRALTAR. ALGIERS. NAPLES.
GENOA.
|S. S. CINCINNATI Nov. 2. 11 A.M. (17.000
tons.)
S. S. MOLTKE Nov. 12. 11 A.M.
(12,500 tons.)
S. S. CINCINNATI ...Dec. 10. 11 A.M.
B. S. HAMBURG Jail- 11. 11 A.M.
(11.000 tons.)
B. S. CINCINNATI (ORIENT
CRUISE) J*n- 2s- 1? A.M.
S. S. HAMBURG Fell. 22. 10 A.M.
|Will NOT call at Madeira or Algiers.
Will NOT call at Algiers.
New direct passenger service between
Philadelphia and Hamburg.
Next Sailing:
K. S. PRINZ ADALBERT OCT. 30
S. S. GRAF WALDEKSEE V V 10 K.
S. PRINZ OSKAR DEC. 3
Hamburg-American I.Inc. 4". Broadway. N. Y.t
Or E. I . Droop & Sons, 13th and G sts. n.w.; Geo.
W. Moss. 517 14th St.. V%sh.. P. C.
Cunard Unsurpassed Luxury c
Cruises and Comfort. "
Madeira
Gibraltar Ij | j"
Algiers
"Laconia," Nov. 9, Jan. 4
"Franconia," Nov. 28,-Jan. 18
"Caronia," Jan. 30, Mar. 15 j III
A LA CARTE WITHOFT CHARGE
STOPOVERS PERMITTED ! s
For Particulars apply to '
Cunard S. S. Co., Ltd. I 1
21 State Street, r?^ V'
KEW VOHK '
OR LOCAL 4. v ' : 11
AGENTS. ^ tj
IL ?v i| t
^ JW.lTOIil'JN'L'JJ'JIIUJF 1
By new Cunarder "Laconia." FEB. 15, $400 UP u
for 71 days. Including shore excursions. t
ROUND WORLD & SOUTH AMERICAN TOURS,
GEO. W. MOSS. 517 14th st. n.w.. Washington,
P. C. Frank C. Clark. Times B!dg.. New Ydrk. : ii
AMERICAN LINE !?
PLTMOUTH-CHERBOURO-SOUTHAMPTON- i '
PHILADELPIIIA-QUEENSTOWN -LIVERPOOL ' i:
Atlantic Trarasport Line f:
NEW YORK?LONDON DIRECT. jo
RED STAR L5NE IS
LONDON?PARIS VIA DOVER-ANTWERP. ! I
WHITE STAR LINE J
PLYMOCTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON. n
NEW YORK?QUEEXSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. I
S\ Y. &. BOSTON?MEDITERRANEAN?ITALY. ,
Ask about West Indies Cruises.
R, M. HICKS, Passenger Agent. I
Washington Office. 1306 F st. n.w. b
W??k=Emd Trips >
TO m
?M Foimit ComlFoirft |l;
$3.50 Round Trip j fi
On Fridays and Saturdays?Good to Return
Monday.
Tickets Including Stateroom and Accommodations
at It
CHAMBERLIN HOTEL j ?
Sat. to Mon $7.50 j
Frl. to Mon. or Sat. to Tues 11..V) ; a
Fri. to Tues. or Silt, to Wed 15.50 j | tt
- - I j g,
New York and Boston by Sea !| s<
City Ticket Office. 731 15th st. n.w., ;
Woodward Building.
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Co. j ^
: " ' f.
n nnsnn? E
U UUl?3UNJV^jLTU liaUUXlLEa tl
:OMPAC.ME GENERALE TRANSATI, ANTIQUE h
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France). 11
Sailinic every Thursday at 10 a.m. from ti
Mer No. 57. North River, foot West 15th st.. N.Y. ci
(France (new)..Oct. 31 ! JFrance (new)..Nov. 21 jr
'La Provence.... Nov. 7 *La Touraine.. .Nov. 2* ...
'La Lorraine..-Nor. 14 'La Savoie Dec. 5 ,
'Twin-screw steamer. JQuadrupl?-Fcrew steamer. n"
SPECIAL SATURDAY SAILING. 3 P.M.
>n?-clasa Cabin (U) & 3d-claaa Passengers Only, w
Niagara November 2 ti
JENKKAL AGENCY. 19 State Street. N. X. < <
A. L. POWELL. 1419 New York are., w
Washington. D. O. I>]
Maryland, Delaware and ^
Virginia Railway Co. u
Steamers leave 7th st. wharf for Baltimore w
nd river points Monday. Wednesday and Satnr- pi
ay, 4 p.m.; arrive Baltimore second morning a.
tit. I,eave Baltimore, pier 3, Light st., Monay,
Wednesday and Saturday. 5 p.m.; arrive
1'ashington second morning out. River freight to
repaid. Passenger service first-class. Freight
eceived until 3:45 p.m. on sailing days- vv
JOS. P. STEPHENSON. Agent. tr
Telephone Main 745. 7th St. Wharf- al
r=Vl at
Merchants & Miners'Trans. Co. Jh
"Florida by Sea." S
DIRECT ROUTE to
Baltimore to in
Savannah and Jacksonville. te
Best route to Florida. Cuba and the
South. Fine Steamers. Excellent Service. Ji
Low Fares. All steamers equipped with ac
wireless. th
New steamers, Snwanee and Somerset. In m
commission. Rooms de Luxe. Baths.
Send for booklet. B. & O. R. R. OFFICES. tri
617 14th st. n.w. ga
W. P. TURNER. P. T. M.. Baltimore. Md. W
fa
ALWAYS SOUTHERN ROUTE. Tl
:abre Line X E Riviera "
ZORES. LISBON. NAPLES MARSEILLES. Etc. ju:
'eekly sailings (approx.). Write for literature. I <
.* /tlaan eotil t7" and nn* Ond olaea I . .
It vi?o? V t?wn, lnf
18. W. ELWELL A CO.. rt. A.. 17 State St.. X V. 'f1
O. W. MOSS. 517 14th at. n.w. thl
- - tic
LAIN .AND AUTO COATMAKERS. J*
O LAS Ell 4k" CO. MAKES GUARANTEED WA- fol
terproof rata and auto coats for ladies and
Kntleinen; alters and repairs all kinds of rub.
r garments and articles. I'll. M. 2226. 929 I St. 1
GUN REPAIRING. X
L'NS AND FIREARMS FOR SALE: REPAIR f*'
Injf and cleaning: factory and hand-loaded 1
Shells. GEO. A. EMMONS, smvessor to Win. <*
Wagner. 207 Pa. ave. s.e. rut
STEAMSHIPS.
; NORTH M
GEE MAN !!js
LLOYD Ms
EXPRESS SAILINGS TUESDA\S. ',ii j ' ?
Fast Mail Sailings Thursdays j [,
for i!| | London?Paris?Bremen
|\
Sailings on SATURDAYS for ! tl
The Mediterranean \\
l THREE WINTER CUl/ISES TO THE ?t
Panama Canal t
AND ;!' t
West Indies jii; ?
jan. 1?,' feb. 2?). march 27.
Br the s. s. "Grosser Kurfuerst."
Wash. Office, 71.r? 14th st. n.w.. tel. j J"
Main 7306. E. K. DltOOP K SONS CO., "
1300 G at. n.w. j 'J
OELKICHS & CO.. Gen. Agts..
r. Broadway, N. Y.
CUMAID
most expeditious route.
DIRECT via FISHGUARD.
LONDON, I*. .IIS, 1tK.RI.LN VIENN A
The Fastest Steamers In the World,
MAT It ETA NIA. l.USITAN IA.
FISHGUARD AND LIVERPOOL.
Nov. 27. 1 u.tn. Dee. 24. 3 p.m.
Dee. 17. 0 p.m. Jan. 15, 1 n.tn.
CARMANIA. CAMPANIA. CARONI A.
Queeustown? Fishguard?Liverpool.
S'ov. 2. 10 a.m. Nov. 20, 1 a m. Nov. 10. 10 a.m.
Dee. 7. 10 n.tn. Dee. 31. 12 noon Dee. 14, 10 a.m. A
Inn It lit a m Mar In 1 a ill Mar It TO a.m. 1 V
PROPOSALS.
I?KI'ARTMKNT Of T1IK INTKUInK WASH
igton. 1>. f , O.tolwr UU2 -S.-a 1?'<1 | V"
>*als, in ilupitoali'. ntll be received at the lte
artnient o( the Interior until 2 n'clrvfc p.tn
iturdny. Nov. iutx'r i. mi". f>?r furui*hltij: ti'umh
in fixtures for use in connection with the r?
Kxlelitic of toilet r?s>in? |.| the 1". S P?n?liin
ftice Building. Washington. l?. < in a-voni
noe with s|>ocilication*. copy of xxhi-h with
riu of |?ro)?.vnlt may lie hii.l on application to
le flilcf I'lrrk of the l*p|>nrtiRciit The right '?
served to reject any and all bid*. IJ-1W1S f
AY] IN. idtitut Secretary ?. l's
s.w.r or ?hTi itr-iti ltnlr thk"~n~avy
ar.t, Washington. 1> f I'ln-re will be sold ai
n? Navy \nrd. Washington. I'. furniture tr
-iigifig to the Navy, condemned a? in til f>r uf
lereln. consisting of parlor seta dining room
ts. bedsteads, bureaus, chair*. let .inch table*
-sks. copy presses, file case louogr*. carpettc.
Tb.- sale will Is- for cash to the Ir.rhes
I - i?- I... i - i_ . . . ?
I'"" I. ??? i'l .f i?? l ? "1 ht i <*lm*k
iKHui Xovetntier 11. mill S<,li<>.|ul',!i eon
itnlr.tr form <>f proppaaU flint ter.n* of nale at
i' o!itatm?l upon applhatinn to Hi.* ?..uera
torek?ci?er. Navy Yard. \S a-i.:tt?tou. <
KKK M AN VVISTHRot', \ss ?ta t s<*oretarv o'
1- Xn\y. 1? no?* IwaJl
FALL RESORTS.
ATLAKTK <ITY.~X. J.
~ GALEN" HALL"
HY TlIK SKA
Hotel and Sanatorium.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
GALEN HALL
IN 1 UK MOt N'TAINS
A l"ir?t-rtjiw* Hotel.
WERNERSVILLE.PA.
Iteeideiit pbriicitD. Tunic hatha, etc.
Diet kitchen*
K. I.. limrral Manager
TH'E'STTCHARLES.
loflt fl'-ieot lo ut ion on the ?m . an front se?
rater In all l>at!.?. ttrohe.tra. Illustrated l-o.^.
t. 0|>eu nil \erir. NK\Vl.r\ IIA1NKS ?'O
IPfn*?% -j'tVo -e J .*? \ irjrtuia ave. a t
ii OC ItcHl'll. Ocean Tte?
Ireatly imprated. ?'?p. .too Private hatha
unnlnjr water In r?*>ni>. elevator; Mn |?rlor.
to. Slush*. Special. $111.V? weekly. $2 .V? *<j*
ally. all year Ibfkh-t StMI'KI, K1.1.1S
Atlantic City.
Hotel Brighton andl
Casino
%re Open Throughout the
Year.
F. W. HemsHey Son.
flQariDorougD-MDetm
JOSIAn WHITE ft SONS COMPANY.
VIHt.lMA. ""
YK U I\< HESTER INN.
Willi-Ik-hut. Va.
In the heart of SlietianikvtU valley: apple belt
artd automobile highway to the ?>uth: large?i
and leading hotel; In the city limits: capaclp
2A<'; loHtiinr over surrounded l>y 14
ho res troves hiu1 lawns; .?o feet covered
IH'rehes; large ballroom and amusements; heait
quarters for all; new funii?lilnts. etc. P?
booklet and diagrams ailjn -s S. It l'KHKINS
proprietor, or l?>..klets at Star office.
? E?T VIRI;|YI A.
HIIJ. TOP llol
IIA Itr Kits I KIUt Y W VA..
< il'K.N TO I ?K? 'KMI'-I It I
T S. T.OVFTPT.
HOTELS.
WINSTON HOTEL,
First Street Northwest.
in Pennsylvania avenue car line. Elsrht min
tea from I nlon station. Ameri.-an anJ l.uro
can plans; $1.00.
If. J. Spates. Proprietor.
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At the End of the Rainbow.
Urand Old loalllutJona.
By WAI.T MA SO A.
"I've been reading in the paper," ? !>erved
the emaciated Itoarder, 'about
he war cloud In the Balkans."
"There always is a war cloud in tlie
talkatut," declared the star boarder.
That war cloud, like the |?oor, w?- have
ilwa>s with us, and we should treasure
t up In our hearts and practice it in our
ives, for iu a world given to change and
eoay it is one of the few imperishable
hir.gs. There are materialists who inist
that the Balkans should do soup hing
useful and quit furnishing w.ir
louds, but 1 have no patience with their
tilitarian theories. As well argue thai
here should be no annual failure of the
each crop.
"It is a great blessing to have a few
astitutions which seem eternal, a few
indmarks which out.ast the generations
f men. Take the matter of boarding
ouse hash, my dear Mrs. Jiggers. That
? one of the sweet boons which are not
ppreciated. The riba.d i>oets and humnr-ts
of our scurrilous press never wearv
f ridiculing it. Whenever hoarding house
ash is mentioned people go into spasm*
f boisterous mirth. I blush to say that
have spoken disrespectfully of to is
rhoiesome and invigorating compound,
ut my remarks were in the nature of
ersiflage. Down in my heart of hearts.
Ira Jiggers, if I have such an organ,
have a profound respect for hash. and
venture to say that if it were aboltsh? d
y process of law we'd miss it as much
s we'd miss the war cloud in the Ualans
if that admirable institution were
uppressed.
"I poll one occasion, having convinced
lyself that life in a hoarding house
.'as a hollow mockery, a delusion an?
snare, I began ooarditig with. a private
tmily. I was tlieir only patient, and
ley did their best to make tilings p.e?<nt
for nie. The bill of fare wan excel*nt
and the atmosphere was one of renement,
t o which atmosphere 1 am ad lirably
adapted by charact* r and atlinments.
I should have been as merry
s a marriage bell in such an environlent,
but I soon realized that there was
omething lacking. My lieart yearned for
imething and I couldn't decide what ttiat
jmething was.
"Even when I ate delicious potato salad
nd veal loaf and such delicacies i knew
lat my happiness was not complete,
hen one day I happened to drop into
boarding house to see a friend and
mud him at the table, lie was eating
ash, Mrs. Jiggers?good o.d Amert- an
ash, witli onions in it! I realized then
lat nothing could take t li?- place ?#r
ash. and I sat rue down and ate until
ly surcingle hroke. From that day to
lis I have lived at hoarding houses, by?'
tuse good hash can he obtained on!;.
i moral family Imardlng hollM, pMU1
over by conscientious landladies who
ive seen better days.
"Another thing that deserves to rank
ith the Balkan war cloud is the crisis
lat is always confronting our beloved
>untry. What would become of us if
e no longer had an excuse for treming
for the future of the republic?
"henever I have an hour to spare I
wax s put it in tremb ing. and it *
donishing how refreshed I feel after
lis exercise. I cannot recall a time
hen we weren't u[>on the brink of a
recipice, and the feeling that we are
it to go over at any moment and he
duced to hamburger steak at the troi>m
lends a zest to life.
"When I was young the gray beards
ere always predicting that the couny
was going on the rocks. We had
landoned the teachings of our fathers
id there was* no salvation for us. But
e country kept on growing arid thrtxg
like a heifer in an alfalfa held, and
e graybe.ards of that generation went
sleep with their fathers without hav
g seen tne mucu-auveruseu crisis m?irialize.
"But the crisis remains with us, Mrs.
ggers. Just now it is a tritie more
tive and ominous than ever. I hear
e swine grim prophecies tiiat disturbed
y youth. Trembling for the future of
e republic continues to be the national
.me. We hear the same old arguments,
e have abandoned the teachings of our
thers and are following perilous paths,
le first thing we know the extinguisher
11 eome down on us.
What would this life he without our
stly celebrated crisis? I shudder when
. ontemplate it. There would be nothing
rt to talk about but the weather and
e crops; there would be no fun in pubis;
there would be no muckraking
, in order that I may tremble with beming
zeal and energy, I'll trouble you
: the gooseberry jam, Mrs. Jiggers."
'he building of the proposed Hagersvn,
Greeneastle and Mercervburg- eleec
railway has been held up. The Pennvania
highway commission say? the
npike between Mercersburs and Clroen<tle
should not be used bv an electric
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