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FOR SALE?HOUSES.
For sale- BIO BARGAIN; $20o CASH. BAL
HO month. pays principal awl all interest:
m>w bouses: 2 stories: 6 fin*' rooms and tiled
bath; HOT-WATER HEAT: hardwood finish
both floors; double back (torches; beautiful
raantrb; gas and electric fixtures; double oak
floors; splendidly located ill best n.w. section;
price only $3,850.
H. F. MANDLER CO.. 702 lltli n w.
FOR MIA A mi CORNER. S.800 FF.ET
from the Wnlte House; improved bv 2 good
bricks; 4Tx8S $11,000. A fine simulation.
J. M WOODWARD. 72:! 20th st. n.w.
Ft 'It ^A LK A UEAITIFUL llil.Mt, \ORTH
wost section; sli rooms. tile batb; modern Im
provements; on monthly pa\ments; no cash re
quired Address OWNER. Bni 71. Star offlc*.
ss.ooo? sv mTiTtheast; great" bargain
for qiil'k hirer; 0 large rooms. bath, cellar.
b?y-windnw i>ri k; nice condition; insis t at
once; s(>2 G >t. n.e. n. Q. THOMPSON ft
CO.. Owners. 1335 F n.w.
FOR SALE OWNKK I.EAVING CITY MTST
s*11 home; ?! rooms, tilo bHtli. cement cellar
furnace, porcb*-?. screen?; lot 21 ft.; street ft
alley paved. No agents. 2212 Flagler pi. n.w.
nol a?
FOR SALE?APARTMENT HOUSES
24 - AP A UTM EXT I If USE. CONN. AVE. SEC
tlon; short un'.k from Treasury; detached;
rent*. always rented; 14',. net income
on equity; jirlee, $K2.000; $15.immi cash; trust.
S41 im<i. ()'> 1916; rcdiiced from $58,000.
11. A. VIETII. Owner. Columbian Mte
FOR RENT?BUSINESS PROPERTY
For rtr.Ni n >. nn:. tst and n srs. n.w.:
FINE BFSINESS BF1LDING. consisting of
large storeroom, brick stable and 10 rooms and
2 baths, arranged as 2 ?|?rt?>nts; IloT
WATER HEAT; tenant could sublet to ad
vantage. Rent REDl't'ED to $00.
EDWARD IV SCHWARTZ. 024 F st. ti.w.
+i 7 !?th ST. N.W.. ^nd AND 3rd FLOORS:
suitable for deutlst. studio, lodge or sniaH
business; $40.50. WRIUHT ft HOPKINS. 715
14th n.w. 12*
FOR SALE?BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE?A CHEAP PROPERTY.
*21,.">00.
11th st. near f'G." west slile; opposite the
Palais Royal: 3 Stories; lot 2"x05; alley.
STOVE .V FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE-F ST. NEAR 6th.
*i6.ooo.
44 feet front; one of the best bargains of
fered for a long time.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1.142 New York ave.
FOR SALE $.".250?II ST. NE' R 5tb; STOKE
property. "i;" st. near 6th. $.">.000.
STONE ft FAIRFAX, in42 New York are.
FOR S'AI.E?A BARGAIN^ ~
11 st. bet. !ith and 10th.
30x105.
r?nlv $ls.ortO.
Improved by two stores. *
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New Y'ork nve.
FOR SALE
BFSINESS PROPF.RTY.
$25,000.
loth st. bet. ?? and n
One of the most attractive buildings on this
square.
$24 000.
('? s!. bet. !<th anl 10th.
N'b-e-Iookin-j building.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE
7th STREET STORK.
South of New York ave.
$22. "OO.
Rents for $12" a month.
A splendid opportunity for a first-class in
ve?t ni' Ilt
STONE ft FAIRF \X. 1.142 New York ave.
I OR SALE SI4.i>00
Ri ntln - for $110 a month.
14tl. St.. wist Side.
Lot 25x120. 20-ft. a'ley.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE? $v7-"o.
14tli ST. NEAR "Q."
THREE-STORY Bf'ILDING.
STOREROOM; CELLAR.
STONE a FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE THE BEST PIECE OF PROPER
tj on i>tli n^.-ir Brawroft Hotel, for business
jmrposes; 22x115 to wide allev: 4-storv 'itlild
Ine. Price. $14,000. E. .1 ToTTFN ft CO..
1410 <! n.w. Phone 5670.
T1f'INE PIEfK OF BFSINESS PROPERTY ON
1 4t*i st. $11,0*m>. Terms easy. Owner urge*
Xmb l> the time to buy. J. M. WOOD
WARD. -721 2QtU st. n.w.
ON sth NEAR G S.E.; A GOOD BFSINESS
i>n>perty. leased for $55 per month: lot 20x104
to alley; owner is leaving citj" and wants to
-ell for $7,500 on ea?y terms. bat an offer of
less wlH be considered.
BALLARD ft LANHAM; INC..
142<! N. Y. nve.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE SEVERAL SMALL PROPERTIES IN
excellent wr.lte neighborhood. showing good re
urn on investment.
WEAVER BROS.. 73." 15tli *t. n.w.
FOR EXCHANGE.
1 MR EXCHANGE FREE AND "CLEAR.
We iiffcr a nearly n-w 8-room buildini. which
!,"s le-n r-'nted nearly a'.l the time for $40 a
finth; value, $.~>.0o0; convenient to depart
iin-ntB; will trade for equity in several small
uon?e? or ?.m- larcc i ne.
STONE ft FAIRFAX 1342 New York ave.
F >R EXl'HANOE OR~SALE ?
We offer it Rt.OOO. FREE AND CLEAR OF
INCFMBRANCE. au attractive suburban place
? if aliout two acres, improved by a practically
new rwo-story. seven-room residence. wire?l for
? ectrlcity. with wide covere<| front porch, entire
width of house; good sized chicken house; 100
f:. well with iron nunip; 100 youn? fruit trees;
a pretty view <if surrounding country from
porch: c<HJveniently located to steam and elec
trle c;irs; driving distance of city. Will take
dry house, with or without trust on it. in ex
cbanne. or will sell on easy terms.
STONE .V FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
I I'll EXCHANGE?FOR BUILDING LOTS.
New houses on the Heights. 2 stories, cel
lars. fcot-wnter lie.tt; $.",500 each.
New houses, south of T st.. 2 stories, cel
lar. hot-water heat; $.">.?*?? eacii.
We?t of Kith. 11 rooms. 2 baths; $rt,.?0 each.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR EXCHANGE? A SPLENDID HOME.
?>n tin Heights near !4th sr.; 12 rooms. 3
baths, hot-water lieat. 2 stairways; lot 14;j
deep to 20-foot allev. Price. S7.oOO.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York nve.
FOR EXCHANGE?A MASS. AVE. RESIDENCE
not far fro:n 16th; 12 rooms; hot-water heat.
Price. $12,500.
STONE ic FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR EXCHANGE?
EXCHANGING EVERYWHERE
If you cannot easily $ell your property, why
not trade it f. r real estate which you can use?
state your wants, dcscrile your offerings. No
' HARGE FOR I.ISTINO.
We will cot handle property uu':e?> offered ca
a fair basis.
If you have an old house you wouid exchange
fur a new, a large one for a small, an equity
*>r clear, vacant tor improved, we offer clear
properties and valuable equities and cash. We
? an help you to a satisfactory exchange.
STONE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
IN CHEVY CHASE.
New s-piom bungalow.
Hot-water heat.
Iteautiful lot. I>ixl35 ft.
Wil exchange equity fur ground.
OWNER Hr.x 105. Star ntflce
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A VERY DESIRABLE TWO-STORY BRICK
dwelling. br<iwnstone front and two-story Ma
b e; side and rear alleys; contains S rooms
and bath; hot-water heat: good dry cellar; !o
? ated near Oth and H *ts. n.e.; will trade
i lear for g<??l downtown^ business property
ard put in s<'tiie cash.
BALLARD A LANHAM. INC..
1176 N. Y. ave.
FOR SALE?LOTS.
Foi l; LOTS. WELL LOCATED N.W. SECTION:
hemes adjoining, <nsi $7oi each; ont-of-town
own'-r: s:i -rlllce. $Ti50: rare dm nee for builder.
NKVV YORK REAI. ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F
1 llEVY CHASE; WILL TAKE $!.(*? FOR
? 'luit.v of $1,500 tn let tronting 5?? feet on Con
n?*cti?-ut ave.. if fold at ouie. Address i.iix
227. Star office. 14*
FOR SAL1
lot on loth *t n.w.. Ingleside. 52x138. 60c
per foot. E .1 TOTTEN A CO.. 1410 G s.;.
n.w. Phone 5070.
l ot. Newton n<-ar KHu st. n.w.. 4oxl24. 50c
foot. Both the at-ive an- barsaIns. E. J.
TOTTEN A- CO.. 1410 <; n.w. Phone M. 5?>70.
$2??> CASH AND $2" MONTHLY WILL 1M B
chase 15.000 sq. ft. of ground near Chevy
Cha*.e Circle; each 1c ii?e In price iuea:.v a
! rotit of $150; liesldes, this plan eompulsory
savini. EMensin l iiildlng operation* g >ing on
in this locality. FIT.TON R. GORDuN Own r.
Sjiei-ial.?t ?Srln rbau R?-aity. Cnlvulu bl lg.
HERE IS 11)111 OPI'oRTFNITY* To PFR
I'HASK a lot 5o feet front fur $1,150. wltt
inaradaiulzetl <*rie c.n;crete sid.-walks, etc.
.11 SIXTEENTH STREiri IIEIC.HTS. bef.ri
1 hi* ojM-ning of 14th ami 16th sts. After the*,
two ini|kirtant streets ar ? ex tended then
*atne lot- should m >re than ilo:ib> in value
Direct car service to the heart of the city
Automob'les to s'iow von the propertv. I-ji-i
terms If desired. ROBERT E. HEATER
Colorado Milt. Phone Main 1064. _
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF Till
MSTRI'M" OF CoLL'MBIA. Washington. D. O.
Novemlier 11. luiy. <irdered: T. at Section 1,
Jrtic!" XXVI. of the Police Regulations of th?
wlstrli t of Columbia i* hereby amended hv add
tig after tie words "three t.3i months." the fob
lowing "unless the Automobile Board, in Iti
discretion, tlxes an earlier date." so that th*
M-nteu ?? shall read "Should t'.e applicant fail
to obtain a permit as a result of the examina
tion, he shall not '?? examined again until thf
lapse of at leas* thre. i.3i months, unless th?
Autoniobib Roanl, in its discretion, tlxi-s ac
earlier date." Cl'NO U. BFDoLPH, JOHN A,
loirvSTDN, U II.LIAM V. JtDSON, Commission
trs, I). C.
V
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
fOR WALE.
A MODERN HOMK IN SHERWOOD: 8 ROOMS
and bath (a.ni.i.); corner lot: macadam street,
sidewalks: tiue porches; south and _east ex
posures: convenient to cars: price, $3,750; $500
saved by htiyiuK no? : terms. W. 1*. McDOW
EI.L. Kenois (>l<lc., 11th and G n.w. INSUR
AN< K IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ALL THE COLORED PEOPLE OF WASHING
?on to read this: The owner of a tract of
land knon n as Glendalc Heights has author
ized me to sell, for the next thirty days only.
'ioo lot* located in this subdivision at the very
low |irW of $10 per lot. Size of lot 20x100
ft. For further particular* 'all at my office.
R*?>m 222. Clifford bide.. 14th si. and X. Y.
ave. FRANK L. WHITE. Www Main 439.
LIGHTBOWN BI'NGALOWS AND HOUSES
ARK THE best.
Term*. All sections. All prlres.
SEE ( HAS. M. lightbown. ACROSS
FROM CATHOLIC CHURCH. MT. RAINIER.
LOTS rt'ITH A WIDE FRONTAGE AT THE
highest point on SIXTEENTH street, with
a grand view, overlooking Rock Creek Park.
Prices reasonable; terms easy. Write, phone
or call for particulars. Automobiles to show
you the property.
ROBERT E. HEATER. Colorado bid?..
Phone Main 1064.
CHEVY CHASE. MD..; 3?>o FT. FRONT.. 140
ft. ileep: s'-ven-r-iOin house; fruit and siiade;
chicken houses. Will sell cheap. DENTIST.
12tb and Pa. ave. n.w. 12*
i FOR "sale- '
ANYTHING THAT YOU MAY WANT,
FROM A LOT 50x200 TO 200 ACKES.
ALONG THE line OF THE ROCK
VII.LK ELECTRIC KOAD. EITHER IM
PROVED OR UNIMPROVED. FOR IN
VESTMENT OR SUBDIVISION.
J. II. MILLER. 1304 F.
FOR SALE ? CHEAP ? 05 ACRES IN PRINCE
Georges county. Md.: ulniost immediately at
Landover station, on the Pennsylvania railroad.
PHIL. II. TlVK. 207 X. Caivert St., Balti
more. Md.
WE OPERATE ONLY IN "Oi:TLYING" GROUND
in tiie "zone" of Washington's "best growth."
The "Astor Plan" of N. Y.: the "Proven
Idea." that lias made billions for land owners
around growing ? .ties. The growth of Wash
ington toward Chevy Chase makes our locution
Ideal for this purpose: $200 cash and $25
monthly will buy 15.000 sq. ft.: each lc rise In
price means a profit <nf $150.00. FULTON R.
GORDON. Owner, Specialist Suburban Realty.
Colorado iddg.
CHOICE CORNER LOT. 50 FEET FRONT. IN
the District, near Chevy Chase Circle, with
water, sewer, eras, electric lights, sidewalks,
etc. Address OWNER. Box 113. Star office.
FOR SALE CHEAP: ABOUT 30~'ACRES.~~ON'
car line: .Hi minutes from U. S. Treasury;
suitable for subdivision. Box 4S Stir office.
PECAN GROVE OF 2U, ACRES: FINE LOCA
tion and soil; adjoins District line; only
$1,250; terms. Box 84. Star office.
FOR RENT.
SEVERAL NEAT HOMES. JUST IN MD. LINE,
at Mt. Rainier and E. Hyattsvllle. with large
grounds, sufficient for chickens, garden and
flowers; 4. 5. and 7 rooms, and prices rang
ing from $10 to $22: V. of rent tr> apply to
purchase of place at tenant's option. J. C.
ROGERS. Owner. Mt. Rainier. Md.
75.1 NORTH A MITON ST.. CHEVY CHASE, D.
C.? On riecount of the lute s-ason rent just re
duced to $?2.50 a month. This new, ideal
suburban home, a.m.i., containing 11 rooms
and 2 baths, heated by hot water; gas and
electric fixtures. For further particulars apply
to
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.. Inc.
REDUCED FOR THE WINTER MONTHS??t>36
38 Georgia ave.. op|>o?dtP Villa Flora Club; 6
rooms; porcelain bath: liot-air fi:rn?ce: front
ami rear porches: large yards. Rent. $14.50 and
$1S..V). Apply E. W. McINTIRE. 224 C St.
li.w.. side entrance. Iietween 9 and 12 morn
ings. Phone M?in 5587.
FOR RENT A NICE O-ROOM HOUSE. PARK
I.nne. O. D. railway: 1 mile front Gi*orgetown:
$15 per mo. Several for rent on the Falls
CI lurch railway. B. M. DAVIDSON. Rosslvn,
Va. 12*
FARMS.
KOR SALE.
I FOR SALE?GOOD 8-ROOM DWELLING,
barns, etc.: 1I>1 acres tine land; 135 acres
cleared: well fenced; 12 miles from Washing
ton. Only $<;.r,Do. Also 170 acres uuimprovt d;
7."i acres' clear: 1.1 miles from city. Only
S4.50O. Will sell or exchange either place ?pr
citv property.
A. B. CAMPBELL. 1410 II n.w.
127-ACRK FARM: IMPROVED BY NICE 5-ROOM
house and tine barns and up-to-date chicken
houses: 5?) acres in wood and timber, balance
under high state cultivation; fruit of all kinds;
only 25 miles from Washington: lVi tniies from
Clifton. Va.; price, $.">.000. Will exchange for
citv property.
NEW YORK.REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 142a * .
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
1.500 acres best fruit and farming land in
Virginia. Railroad station on land. Nothing
as good at docble t'.'.e price. Will bear most
thorough investigation. Box 327, Star office.
1,000 BARGAIN FARMS.
Valuable Virginia farm at Ilerndon. Va.; 130
acres; 12-room dwelling, bath; modern imps.;
barn. silo, etc.: only $12,000. Exchanges con
sidered. BOOTH'S FARM AGENCY, n.w. cor.
10th md G n.w. 21*
WANTED?LOTS.
WANTED?TO BUY BUILDING LOTS IN ANY
part of city. Will build them up and give
note's secured by trust payable in one year.
__Addresn ?'ANXIOrS." Star oftW.
LEGAL NOTICES.
m neill \ McNeill, attorneys for
Plaintiff. -In the Supreme Court of tae District
of Columbia. Holding Equity Court.?Washing
ton I.and and Mortgage Company, Incorporated,
puintiff. vs. Kenneth P.. Bovay. defendant.?
Equity No. 31294.?The object of'this suit is to
obtain a decree for the specific performance of
th" contract entered into by the defendant with
the plaintiff, v. hereby he agp-ed In consideration
of the sum of four hundred and fifty dollar
($450) to convey to the plaintiff a certain piece
of real estate, to wit: Premises? No. 511 3rd street
southeast, in the city of Washington. District
of Columbia, known as lot 73 in block 765.
And. it appearing to the court from the return
of the marshal that the defendant is not to be
found within the District of tVilumbia. on mo- .
tion of the plaintiff by liis counsel, McNeill & '
McNeill, it is this 12th day of November. A.D. \
1012. ordered that the defendant, Kenneth B.
Bovay, cause his appearance to be entered here
in on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of
Sundays and legal holidays, o<-curring after the j
day of ihfc first publication of this order, other- j
wise the case will be proceeded with as in the !
case of default, provided a copy of this order
bo published oi.ee a week for three successive
weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and
The Evening Star before said date. JOB BAR
NARD. Justice. i Sen 1.1 A true .'0pv?Test:1
J. R. YOUNG. Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM. I
Asst. Clerk. nol2-law.3w
SIT'REMF. COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF j
Columbia. Holding Probate Court. ?No. 2910.!. >
Administration.?This is to give notice that the ?
subscriber, of tlie state of Maryland, has ob- j
tained from the Probate Court of the District of ,
Columbia letters testamentary on th-- eslnte of
Edmund P. Nalle, lute of the District of Co
lumbia. decc.ased. All persons having clalnts
against the deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legal
ly authenticated, to the suliscrlber. oa or before
Ihe tJth day of November. A.D. 1913. otherwise
they may by law l>e excluded from all benefit
of said estate. Given under my hand this 11th
day of November. 1012. E. CARY NALLE. 821
831 Southern building. Attest: JAMES TAN
i NER. Register of Wills for the District of Co
lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. (Seal.)
DOUGLAS. BAKER, RUFFIN & OBEAR. At
torneys. nol2-law,3t
E. II. THOMAS AND JAS. FRANCIS SMITH?
Attorneys.?In the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, holding a District Court.?In
| re the condemnation of land in wjuare 1214,
for un addition to the Corcoran School, in the
District of Columbia. District Court. No. 1047.
Ul?on consideration of the petition of the Com
missioners of the District of Columbia, tiled in
tlie above entitled cause, and ou inotiqn of
co-insel for the said Commissioners, it Is by the
court this 8th day of Noveml>or, A.D. 1912,
ordered: That the clerk of the court issue a
citation to George W. Itay. John Daly, Nathan
Sickle, the following heirs of Samuel F. McKen
ney?Ellen F. Osborn (surviving life tenant),
Mary 11. Shoemaker, Ellen F. Osborn. Wil
liam McK. Osborn. Margaret A. Berry, Marian
Berry. Aline II. Huntington. J. McKenney Berry,
Donua O. Berry. Philip T. Berry. Jr., Kath
erine C. Berry and Charles II. Cragln?Peter J.
Mclntlre. James Gallagher and John Cleary, to
appear In this court on the 22iul doy of Novem
ber, A.D. 1912. at 10 o'clock a.m., to answer
the said |?etition anil to show cause why the
prayers thereof should not be granted, and why
the land in square 1214. more particularly de
scribed In the petition Sled herein, should not
l>e condemned for the purpose of providing an
addition to the Corcoran School In the afore
said square 1214. It is further ordered, that
a copy of said citation be sen* -d by the
United States marshal for the district of Co
lumbia upon such owners of the land sought to
tie condemned herein, and such persons inter
ested therein, as may l?; found by the said
marshal, or his deputies, within the District
of Columbia; and It Is further ordered, that
all persons having any interest in these pro
ceedings lie, and they are hereby, warned and
required to appear lu this ?ourt on or before
thj? said 22nd day of November, A.D. 1912, to
answer the said jietitlon and to continue in at
tendance until the court shall have made Its
final order, ratifying and confirming the award
anil report of the Commissioners to be appointed
by the court to appraise the value of the re
spective Interests of all persons concerned In
the laud and premises mentioned aud described
in the aforesaid petition. It Is further ordered,
that a copy of this order In* published once in
the Washington Law Rejtorter. and on six sec
ular days In The Washington Evening Star, the
Washington Post, and the Washington Herald,
newspapers published In the said District, be
fore the said 22nd day of November, A.D. 1912.
By the court, ASHLEY M. GOULD. Justice. A
true copy. (Seal.i 'Test: J. U. YOUNG.
Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM, Asst. Clerk.
noS-fit.exSu
SI PR EM E COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia. Holding Probate Court.?No. 19390.
Administration.?This Is to give notice that the
subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has ob
tained from the Probate Court of the District
of Columbia letters of administration on the es
tate of Julia RIM. late of the District of Co
lumbia. deceased. All iktboiis having claims
jgninst the deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to tlie subscriber on or liefore the
flr- t day of November, A. D. l'.ll.'l, otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all lieueflt of said
estate. Given under my hand this 1st dav ol
November. 1912. CHARLES BILD. 154 ?th st
s.w. 1 Seal.) Attest: JAMES TANNER. Register
of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of
the Probate Court. LEON TOBRLNEU. Attorney.
iw5-law,3t
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
THOS. J. OWEN & ? )S. AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE THREfc
KTORY BRICK DWELLING NO. 35 "H"
STREET NORTHWEST.
Br virtue of r decrec passed In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia In the ease of
Horstkamp vs. Kearnev, equity No. 31135, we
will 6pI| at public auction. In front of the prem
ise*. on TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OP
NOVEMBER. 1012. AT HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described land and
premises, situate In the city of Washington, in i
said District. Hnii known as and being sublot 18
of A. R. Shepherd's siil>division of square 623,
with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to bp pnld in cash and the balance in two
equal Installments, payable in one and two years
from the day of sale, and to be represpnted bj j
the proiniss iry notes of the purchaser, bearing
Intprest at the rate of six per centum per annum, i
payable semi-annually, and secured by deed of :
trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the I
option of the purchaser. $1<>0 deposit required 1
upon acceptance of bid. All conveyancing, notary j
fees and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms to I
lie complied with within fifteen <!ays or trustpea
may advprtisp and sell at the purchaser's risk
and cost, after five days' previous advertisement
of such resale published in some newspaper of
Washington. D. C.
JOSEPH R. FAOUE, 503 E *t. n.w..
CHAS. S. SHREVB. Jr.. Fendall Bid*..
ocSl-dAds.eSu Trustee*.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustee's Sale of Three-Story
Brick Dwelling, No. 1333 nth
Street N.W.
By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of j
the District of Columbia, hoblioz a Bankruptcy ;
Court 111 re Charles B. Bayly, trading as John F. I
Ellis ft Co.. bankrupt No. *23. the undersigned
trustee will sell at public auction. In front of the .
premises, on TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY
OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1012. AT HALF-PAST
FOI'R O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described ,
land and premises, situate in the city of Wash- 1
ington, Distrkt of Columbia, and designated as
and lieiiis lot .'!5 of Warner's subdivision In
square 339. as Book W. B. M.. at page 271, of
the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia,
together with fhe improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash, the balance
in one, two and three years, with Interest at si*
per cent per annum, payable s^mi-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 required at the
time of sale. All 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 riibt to resell the property at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such resale In some newspaper
published in the citv of Washington. D. C.
EDWIN L. WILSON. Trustep.
ocSl-dA-ds.cSu Fpndall building
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trusteee's Sale of Valuable Prop
erty. Improved by a Store and
Dwelling, Known as No. 615
Pennsylvania Avenue South
east.
By virtue of the powers and authority vested
iu the undersigned under and by the last will
and testament of I>oiils W. A. Schiunter. de
ceased. which said last will and testament has
been duly admitted to probate :i*;d record In
the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,
the undersigned trustee will offer for sale at
public auction, in front of said premises, on
TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF NOVEM
BER. A. D. 1912. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
the following described land and premises, sit
uate in the city of Washington. District of
Columbia, and known and distinguished as part i
of lot "A" in Z. M. P. King's subdivision of
eertuin lots lu square numbered eight hundred
and seventy-four (874). as per plat recorded In
Book W. F., page 11. in the surveyor's offlee
of the District of Columbia, and described as
follows: Beginning for the same at the north
east corner of said lot "A" and running thence
westwardly along the line of Pennsylvania ave
nue -fifteen (15) feet: thence southerly parallef
with the west line of said lot "A" ninety (90) i
feet, or thereaboiits. to the line of the original '
l?t numbered ten (lot; thence eastwardly two
(2) feet and elirtit (8) Inches, or thereabouts;
thence southwardly twenty-eight (28) feet one
and three-fourths (I*;) inches along the rear
line of said original lot numbered ten (10) to
the easterly line of said lot "A." and thence
along the said easterly line of said lot "A"
northwardly one hundred and twelve (1121 feet
Jbree and one-fourth <3>4) inches to the place
of beginning, containing 1.45ft square feet, more
or less, together with the improvements thereon,
known as premises No. 615 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast.
Terms of snle: One-third of the pnrchas*
money to be paid In cash, ard the balance in
two equal installments. In o.ic and two year*
from the day of sale, with interest at the rate
of sis per centum per annum, payable semi
annually. and the deferred payments to be se
cured by a first deed of trust on the property
sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $200 will be required of the pur
chaser at the time of the acceptance of the bid
All conveyancing examination of title, recording
and notary fee*, at the cost of the purchaser.
Terms of sale are to be complied with within
fifteen days from the day of sale, otherwise j
the trustee reserves the right to resell said 1
property at thp risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after at least five iys" advertise
ment of such resale In s?me uewspaper pub
lished in the DtMrict of Columbia.
CHARLES H. BAUMAN. Trustee.
323 John Marshall place n.w.
ocSl-dA-ds.eSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Executors' Sale of Two
Two-storv Brick Build
*
ings, Nos. 624 and 626 O
Street N.W., Suitable for
Business Purposes.
By virtue of powers vested in tiie undersigned
by the last will and testament of Marco I.auren
?r.\. deceased, the undersigned executors will sell
bv public auction, in front of the premises, on
TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF NOVEM
BER. 1!?12. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lots let
tered "G" and ?"II" of Saint Vincent's Orphan
Asylum's subdivision of original lots 3, 14. 15
and 10 in square 447. as the same is recorded In
Book W. F.. at page 83. of the surveyor's offl.e
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 balauce in
two equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with Interest at six per centum |>er an
num. payaUe 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 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 I
davs fiom day of sa!e. otherwise the trustees re- I
serve the -isht to resell the property at the risk I
and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement of sui-h resale in some news
paper published in the city of Washington, D. C.
JOHN II. RUPPERT.
FELIX CRISTOFANI,
Executors.
TOOMEY A TOO ME Y. Attorneys.
338 Indiana ave. noG-d&ds
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. 1403 SOUTH CAROLINA
AVE. S.E.
By virtue of n certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. 3331. folio 430 et seq., of
tiie 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 TUESDAY, THE .
TWELFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1012. i
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described !
laud and premises, situnte in the city of Wash- j
Ington. District of Columbia, aud designated as !
and being lot sixty-six ?GCi. in II. R. Howen- ;
stein's sulwiivlslon. In square ten hundred and '
sixty (HxiOj. as per plat recorded In Book 30, :
page 122, surveyor's office said District, to- i
gether with the Improvements, consisting of a
two-story, six-room and bath brick dwelling.
Terms of sale: Property sold subject to a first
deed of trust for $2,350. at *V/r, due May 16,
1913, and balance of the purchase money to be
paid In cash. A deposit of $100 will be re
quired at time of sale. Ail conveyancing, re
cording. etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be complied with within five days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the property at the risk and cost
of defaulting purchaser, after live days' adver
tisement of such resale iu some newspaper pub
lished in Washington, D. C.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN.
EMANUEL SPEICH.
no7-d&ds.eSu Trustees.
FUTURE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
RESIDENCE PROPEL I Y. BEING TUB
TWO-STORY, ATTIC AND CELLAR FRAME
DWELLING NO. 1201 DEI.AFIELD PLACE
NORTHWEST.
Whereas default having been made in the pay
ment of certain installments of interest due on
the debt secured by a certain deed of trust dated
September 29. 1911. and recorded In Liber No.
3463, folio 397.1 of the land records of the Dis
trict of Columlia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees,
by virtue of the power vested in them by said
deed of trust, will sell at public auction. In
front of the premises, on THURSDAY. THE
TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D.
1912. AT A QUARTER TO FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following described land and premises
situate in the county of Washington. D. C.t and
distinguished as lot numbered twenty-seven (27>
In square numbered twenty-nine hundred and
twenty-two (2*122). "Saul's Addition lo the City
of Washington." as per plat recorded In Liber
County No. 24. folio 11. of the reeords of the
office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia,
together with the Improvements thereou. consist
ing of a two-story, attic and cellar, nine-mom
and bath frame dwelling. Subject to certain
covenants and restrictions already of record.
Terms of sale: This property is sold subject
to a prior deed of trust securing an indebtedness
of $3,750. dated September 29, 1811: maturing
Septetnlier 2!). 1914, and bearing 5%% Interest
per annum, payable semi-annually, payment of
which is to be assumed by the purchaser; the
purchase money over and aliove said deed of
trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of two hun
dred dollars ($200) will be required at the time
of sale, and terms to be fully complied with with
in fifteen (15) days from day of sale, or deposit
to be forfeited and property resold at the co*t of
such defaulting purchaser, after five (5) days'
advertisement of sueh resale iu some newspaper
published in Washington. D. C. Coaveyauclnj
aud recording charces at purchaser's cost.
B. FRANCIS SAUL. Trustee,
Cor. 7th and L sts. n.W.
NORMAN fc. SANSHi'RY. Trastee.
noS-llt.eSu 718 13th st. n.w.
A JCTIOH SALES. AUCTIOH SALES.
? ?
TOMORROW.
TOMORROW.
rIMO|
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., AUCTS.,
1407 G Street.
PCCISTENO
THE ROBERTS SALE
Of
ARTISTIC AND VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD
ADORNMENTS,
From
TWO PROMINENT LOCAL FAMILIES
(Names Withheld by Request).
Several estates, a naval officer, the Security Storage Co. and
many private homes,
ALL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
WITHIN OUR ROOMS, 1407 G STREET,
TOMORROW, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
NOV. 13, 14 AND 15, 1912,
At 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. Each Day.
Catalogues on application to
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., AUCTS., 1407 G ST.
nor 12-:u
TOMORROW.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE OF UNREDEEMED
pledge!*.?Walter B. Williams Co.. Auctioneer*,
will sell at public auction, at 437 11th st. n.w.,
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER THIRTEENTH.
1912. AT SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.. <ND FOL
LOWING EVENINGS until ail {roods are sold,
all goods on which interest remains unpaid I
year. Gold. Silver. Metal Watches; Diamond!).
Clocks. IUngs. Chains. Jewelry of all descrip
tion: Cameras, Opera Glasses. Graphophonfs.
Musical Instruments. Clothing. Guns. Revolvers.
Mechanics' Tools, etc. Also all repairs which
have remained uncalled for 1 year. COL
LATERAL LOAN CO. H. R. GROCE. Treas.
13*
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Administrator's Sale of
Household Furniture,
Upright Pianos, Carpets,
Rugs, Etc.,
By Order of M. J. Keane, Admin
istrator, and Others,
Public Auction
By
AT
Weschler's,
920 Pa. Ave. N.W.,
Wednesday,
November 13, Commencing at
9:30 A.M.,
Including two Good I'pright Pianos, Brass
and White Enamel Beds. Fine Oak Bed
room Suite, Bird's-eye Maple, Mah. and Oak
Dressers and Chiffoniers. Mission Furniture. Mas
sive Mahogany Parlor Suite. Sideboards, Exten
sion Tables. Chairs. Rockers, Oil Paintings by
Hodgkins. Hair- and Felt Mattresses. Bar Fix
tures. Counters and Coil Box. Small Mangle,
Barber Chairs, Mirrors. Fixtures, etc., etc.
ALSO
Carpets and Rugs at 11 A.M.
Terms: Cash.
noll-2t ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auct.
FUTURE PAYS.
THOMAS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTIJES' SALE OF VAI/1'ABLE. IMPROVED
RESIDENCE PROPERTY. BEING THE
TWO-STORY, ATTIC AND CELLAR FRAME
DWELLING. NO. 1306 EMEItSON STREET
NORTHWEST.
Whereas default having been made in the pay
ment of certain Installments of interest due on
the debt secured by a certain deed of trust
dated November 2. 1911. and recorded in Liber
No. folio 14.%. of the land records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees,
by virtue of the power vested in them by said
deed of trust, will sell at public auction, in front
of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE TWENTY
FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1912, AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises, situate in
the county of Washington. D. C.. and distin
guished as lot numbered fifty-four (54). in square
numbered twenty-eight hundred and eight (2R08).
"Saul's Addition to the City of Washington "
as per plat recorded in Liber County No. 21.
folio IS. of the records of the office of the sur
veyor of the District of Columbia, together with
the improvements thereon, consisting of a two
story. attic and cellar, nine-room and bath frame
dwelling. Subject to certain covenants and re
strictions already of record.
Terms of sale: This property is sold subject
to a prior deed of trust securing an Indebtedness
of *3.750. dated November 2. 1911. maturing No
vember 2. 1914. and bearing 5interest per
annum, payable semi-annually, payment of which
is to be assumed by the purchaser; the purchase
money over and above said deed of trust to be
paid 'in cash. A deposit of two hundred dollars
($200) will l>e required at the time of sale, and
terms to be fully complied with within fifteen
(lrvt days from day of sale, or deposit to be for
feited and property resold at the cost of such de
faulting purchaser after five (5) days' advertise
ment of such resale in some newspaper published
in Washington. D. C. Conveyancing and record
ing charges at pun-liaser's cost.
B. FRANCIS SAUL. Trustee.
Cor. 7th and L sts. n.w.
NORMAN L. SANSBCRY. Trustee,
719 13th st. n.w.
noS.9.11.I2.13.14.ir.,lfi.lfi.l9&20
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
By virtue of the authority rested in us by that
certain deed of trust from Pearl G. Selby. dated
October 30. 1911. aud recorded November 13.
1911, in Liber 3469. at folio 209. of the records
of the recorder's office of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured by
said deed of trust, default having been made In
the pnyment of the interest and taxes, we will
sell at public auction, in front of the premises,
the following-described unimproved real estate,
lying and being In the city of Washington. In
the District of Columbia, and known as part of
LOT X'MBERED TWO HUNDRED AND
TWENTY-ONE (221 > IN SQUARE NUMBERED
TWELVE HUNDRED AND NINETY (1290). be
ginning for the same at the intersection of the
west line of Thirty-third (33rd) street with the
north line of "S" street, now DENT PLACE?
and running thence north on the said west line
of 33rd street ninety (90) feet one (1) inch,
thence west and parallel with "S" street, now
Dent place, seventy (70) feet to the west line
of said lot, thence south on said west line ninety
(90) feet one (1) inch.to "S" street, now Dent
place, * hence east along said "S" street, now
Dent place, seventy (70) feet to the place of be
ginning. on THURSDAY. THE FOURTEENTH
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.
Terms of sale: One-fourth (Vi> of the purchase
price to be in cash and the balance to be in
notes of the purchaser, to run on or before two
(2) years, with Interest at 6%. payable semi
annually, principal and interest to be secured
by deed of trust on the property sold. A de
posit of $100 will be required at the time of
the sale. Taxes paid to date of sale. Conveyancing
and recording at cost of purchaser. Full settle
ment must be made within fifteen days from
date of sale or the property will be resold at
the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser.
GEO. Y. WORTHINGTON. Trustee,
Woodward bldg.. Washington, D. C.
WM. R. ALLEN. Trustee,
noS-d&ds.eSu Buchanan. Va.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY IN SOUTHEAST WASHING
TON.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in equity
cause 30025. the undersigned trustees will sell
by public auction. In front of the property, on
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER NINETEENTH, A.D.
1912. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the
following land and improvements, situate in the
city of Washington, District <>f Columbia, and
known as and being the south 24.25 feet front Ij
the full depth of lot 32, square S77, with im
provements. consisting of a two-story bay-window
brick dwelling, and known as 533 7th street
southeast.
Terms of sale: One-tliird cash, the balance in
two equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with interest at six j>er cent i?er annum,
payable semi-annually, from date of sale, secured
by deed of trust on property sold, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200
required at time of sale. All conveyanciug. re
cording and notarial fees at the cost of the pur.
chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with with
in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise t!ic
trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of the defaulted purchaser
after five days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in the city of Wash
lugton. District of Columbia.
WILLIAM A. LEE. 705 II st. n.e..
LIVINGSTON S. JOHNSON. 106 R u.e..
no7-10t.eSu Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
Attorney's Sale of a Good Two
Storv 7-Room Frame Dwell
ing, A. M. I., in Splendid Con
dition, Rented at $22.50, No.
506 8th Street N.E.
By authority vested, in me. as attorney to sell.
I shall offer for sale at pub'ic auction, in front
of the premises. ON THURSDAY. THE FOUR
TEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1912. AT
HALF-PAST TOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lot 50 in
auare 8!<2; 19 feet front by 119 feet to wide
ej.
Terms will be announced at time of sale. $100
deposit. Conveyancing, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Sale to be closed in 15 days. Good title or no
sale.
HARRY S. WELSH,
Attorney,
noO d&ds.eSu 715 14th at. n.w.
FUTURE DAYS.
TIIOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTERS' SAI,E OF VALUABLE RE AT. ES
TATE. IMPROVED BY A BRICK APART
MENT HOUSE. NOS. 20 AND 22 Q ST.
N.E.. WEST BCKINGTON.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of Irnst. duly re
corded. In Liber No. 3026. folio 213 et soq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
the undersiciied trustees will sell, at public auc
tion. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D.
1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the followins
described land and premises, situate in the
comity of Washington. District of Columbia, and
designated as and being lot 124 In Nettie
Ernst's subdivision of lots In block 3. West
Eckinfcton. as per plat recorded in the sur
veyor's office of the District of Columbia, in
C-ounty Book 10, page 130. together with the
imnroVements.
Terms of sale: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for $fl.400, and the remainder over said
trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of $200
will be required at time of sale. All ?-onveyanc
ing. record in k. etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within 15 days
from dav 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.
FRANK T. RAWLINGS.
RICHARD G. RAWI.INGS.
Tlol2.15.lX.20.22 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Stock of Drugs and Chemicals,
Fixtures, Cases, Soda Fountain,
Etc.. at No. 1255 H Street (Cor.
Hth) Northeast, bv Auction.
On THURSDAY. NOVEMBER FOURTEENTH.
1912. AT HALF-PAST TEN A.M.. I will seR by
nubile auction, within the al.ove premises, wtock
of Drugs. Chemicals and Patent Medicines, Show
cases. Soda Fountain. Cash Register. Scales
Shelf Bottles, etc. The above business will first
be offered as an entirety, including good will.
sixtv thousand prescriptions on file. etc.. etc.,
and if a satisfactory bid Is not obtained, will be
immediately sold in detail.
Terms. A wesCHLER. Auctioneer.
noS.9.11.12.13
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A VERY ATTRACTIVE
THREE-STORY BRICK AND STONE
DWELLING IN THE NORTHWEST SEC
TION OF THE CITY. KNOWN AS PREM
ISES NO. 1730 EUCLID STREET NORTH
WEST.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
the 2t>th dav of January, A.D. 1910. and record
ed among the land records of the District of
Columbia, Liber 3307. folio 205 et seq., and at
the request of the holder of the notes secured
thereby, we will offer at public auction. In front
of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE FIFTEENTH
DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1912, AT HALF
P\ST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed property, situate la the county of Wash
ington, District of Columbia, to wit: All that cer
tain piece or parcel of land and premises known
and distinguished as and l>elng lot numbered forty
four (44) In .T. Edward Lewis' subdivision of
lots 17 and 18. in block numbered ten (10),
?Meridian Hill." as said Lewis' subdivision is
recorded in Book County 19. page 68. of the
word* of the surveyor's office of the District
of Columbia, together with the Improvements
thereon. ,
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
monev to be paid in cash and the balance to be
paid "in two equal installments, respectively. In
one and two years, secured by a deed of trust
upon the property sold, with Interest, payable
semi-annually, at the rate of flve-and-a-half per
cent per annum, or all cash at the option of
the purchaser. A deposit of $250 will be in
quired at time of sale. Sale to be closed in
fifteen davs from day of sale: otherwise the
property may be resold at the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser after Ave days advertise
ment in some newspaper published In Washing
ton City. D. C.
Conveyancing at cost of purchaser.
* CLARENCE B. R1IEEM.
Trustee.
GEORGE W. F. SWARTZELL,
Trustee.
no4-dAds,exSu 727 15tl> st. n.w.
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. INC., AUCTS., 1407 G ST.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF THE
HOUSEHOLD FURNISH
INGS CONTAINED IN RES
IDENCE NO. 336 C STREET
N.W. FORMERLY THE
HOME OF MR. W. H.
HOEKE).
By virtue of authority vested in the under
signed executor, we will sell at public auction
on MONDAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTEENTH. 1912.
AT HALF-PAST TEN A.M.. AT THE HOUSE
NO. 336 C ST. N.W.. certain household goods, as
described below: Mahogany Sofas, Chairs and
Tables. Knabe Grand Piano. Paintings. En
gravings. Books. Satsuma Vases. Bric-a-brac. Par
lor Cabinet. Library Table and Chairs. Wicker
Furniture. Oak Dluing Room Suite. Elk Head,
China and Glassware, Oak and Walnut Bedroom
Suites. Wardrobes, Sectional Bookcases, Carpets.
Matting, Screens, Enamel Beds. Toilet W are,
etc etc. House open for INSPECTION SATLR
DAY. NOV. 10. FROM 9 TO 4.
Terms cash.
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. Executor.
no!3-5t C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Inc.. Aucts.
THOMAS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Valifl=
! able Real Estate, No.
11322, 11324 and 11326 Q
Street N.W., Fronting
47 Feet fl11 Inches on G
Street, toy Depth of 11113
Feet 854 Inches, With
15 Feet Side Alley and
30 Feet Rear Alley.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, In Equity Cause
No. 31042, the undersigned will offer for sale
bv public auction, in front of the premises, on
Tuesday. November nineteenth. 1912.
AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all of
original lot 19 in square 253 in the city of
Washington. District of Columbia, Improved by
brick buildings Nos. 1322, 1324 and 13.6 6
street n.w.. and having a front of 47 feet 11
Inches by depths of 113 feet 8V4 Inches.
Terms: One-third of the purchase money to
be paid In-cash, balance in equal installments
at one and two years, with Interest at 6 per
centnm per annum, payable semi-annually, frnm
the day of sale, and secured by deed of trust
on the property sold, or 'all cash, at the pur
chaser's option. A deposit of $500 will be re
auired at the time of sale. All conveyancing
and recording will be at -the purchaser's cost.
Terms to be complied with within fifteen days,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re
sell at the risk and cost of the defau.ting
PUrthaM yyjLLiAM E. EDMONSTON. Trustee.
500 5th st. n.w.
ROBERT BIGGS. Trustee.
no6-d&d?
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
RVFCITRIX SVLE OF THE HANDSOME
TOREE-STORY BRICK AND STONE RESI
DENCE NO. 1714 Q STREET N.W.
By vlrtife of authority vested In me as sur
viving executrix of the estate of Hannah Rea,
VnffiSS.
Schneider's subdivision of lots In square 156 in
the District of Columbia. J
Terms of sale: Sold subject to a deed of trust
securing ? note for $6,500, payable In June, 1914.
with interest at 5 per cent, to be assumed by
Durchaser. and the remainder to be paid in cash.
V deposit of $200.00 required upon acceptance
of bid Sale to be closed within fifteen days
from the ratification thereof by the court, or
d*I^SREArW0oi>MA>". Surviving Executrt*.
Cue Galien L. Tait.
l?ol2-dfcds.exSu <K)3 14th st. n.w.
AUCTION SALES
PITt RE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF~ VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. BEING PARTS
OF TRACTS OK LAND KNOWN AS
"BEALL'S FANCY." "RKSITRVEY ON
PARTNERSHIP." "WHITE S DISCOVERY"
AND "GROWS HUNTING OUTLET." SIT
UATE IN NORTH BRIGnTWO(?D. D. C..
FRONTING ON SHEPHERD ROAD. EAST
OK GEORGIA AVENUE. AND CONTAIN
ING FORTY-SIX ACRES. MORE OR I.ESS.
BEING LOCATED NEAR THE MATTHEW
G. EMERY PROPERTY.
By virtue of n certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber No. :5349. folio 32 et m).. of the
lnnd records of the District of Columbia. ??<! at
the request of the parties secured tb-rebv. the
undersigned trustees nil! sell at public auction.
In front of the premises, on TCE<DAY. THE
NINETEENTH DAY OF NOVKMBFR. A.D.
1912. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and premise*. slt
uate in the county of Washington. District of
Columbia, and designated as and being parts of
the tracts of land called "Beall's Fancy." "Re
mirvcy on Partnership." "White's Discovery"
and "Grove's Hunting Outlet." contained within
'he following metes and hounds, vix.: Beginning
for the name on the northeast side of the Shep
herd road where the same is intersected by the
line of '.'Peter's Mill Seat." and running tben>e
south eighty-nine and one-fourth (S9M) degrees
east to a corner common to "Beall's l'ancy" un l
'"Peter's Mill S'eat"; tl.'nee with the dividing
line between the said last two tracts north
twelve (I2l degrees west eightv-s^ven and four
tenths (S7.4) perches to the part of "Beall's
Fancy" conveyed t.? Grey: thence with the south
line of Grey and Heine's iHnd south seve'nty-fonr
(74i degrees east ninety-three anil forty-eiebt
hundredths (9.'!.48) pen-lies to the dividing lire
l>etwoen "Beall's Fancy" and "Chillutn Castle
Manor"; thence with said dividing line sooth
seventeen and a half degrees west to the
north line of the Shepherd road: tb"n"e with the
north line of said road to the point of beginning,
containing forty-six (46> acres of land, more or
less, which property is unimproved.
Terms of sale: On-Mbim of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, 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 $1,000 will
be required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be complied with within fifteen dava from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the proprty at the risk and cost
of defaulting purchaser, after five days' adver
tisement of such resale in some newspaper pub
lished in Washington. D. C.
WILTON J. LAMBERT.
No. 410 .ith st. n.w.,
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER.
Southern building.
no7-d&ds Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE-STORY AND
CELLAR BRICK DWELLING NO. 2107 0
STREET N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of tnwt, duly re
corded In 'Liber No. 2343. 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 pnbl'c
I auction. <n front of the premises, on WEDNES
DAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D.
1012. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
, the following described land and premises, slt
? uate In the city of Washington, in the District
j of Columbia, and designated as and being lot
numbered forty-seven 147) In E. N. Dl'-kerson.
Jr.. by Geo. H. Graham, attorney's, subdivision
of part of square numbered ?lxtv-eight (68). at
per n'at recorded In I.lber IB. 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 la
two equal Installments, payable In one and two
years, with interest at six per centum per an
num. payable semi-annnally. from day of sale,
secured by deed of trust upon the property
6old. or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $200 win be required of the pur
chaser at the time of sale. All 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 prop
erty at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser. after Ave days* advertisement of such
resale In some newspaper published In the city
of Washinjton. D. C.
ABRAHAM D. PRINCE.
_ WM. H. SAUNDERS.
JULIUS I. PEYSER, Trustew.
Attorney for Holder of Note.
oc23-d&ds.eSu
C7TIIE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UN
TIL TIH'RSDAY. NOVEMBER FOURTEENTH.
1012. at the same hour sn>t place.
no7-d&ds.eSu BY ORDER OF TRUSTERS.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING NO. 3121 N STREET NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dulv re
corded in Liber No. 3361. folio 109 et seq.! one
of the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at tho request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will sell at public mic
tion. in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
TWEvrv-sncnxD day of November. 1012.
AT FOI R O'CIjOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premises, situate in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated as and being
lot fifty-six CV6> in Robert Lee O'Brien's sub
division of lots In square twelve hundred aad
thirty-two (12321, as per plat recorded in Liber
40. folio 26. of the records of the surveyor's
office of the District of Columbia, together with
the improvements. Subject to a prior deed of
trust of $3,500.
Terms of sale: All cash over and above trust.
A deposit of $200 will be required at time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied
with within fifteen days from day of sale, other
wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days* advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published in Wash
ington, D. C.
ALVIN G. BELT.
LOUIS C. DISMKR.
nol2-eod&ds.eSn Trustees.
TIIOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE ON 3?th STREET
BETWEEN R AND S STREETS N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded iu Lilier 3223. folio 36 et s?q., of the" land
records of the 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 FRIDAY THE FIF
TEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D.. 1012. AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow
ing-descril'ed lain! and premises, situate in the
county of Washington. District of Columbia, and
designated as and being lots numbered 1 and 20
In block numbered 137. in F. W. Iluidekoper's
subdivision, known as "Burleith," us per plat
recorded in County Book (5. pare 7.", as cor
rected and amended hv plat recorded in County
Book S. page 13. in the surveyor's office for the
said District, subject to certain covenants run
ning with the land.
Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100 will
be required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Trr:ns of
sale to be complied with with'n fifteen days fr- m
day of snle. otherwise the trustees reserve th >
right to resell the property at the risk and cost
of defaulting purchaser, after five days' adver
tisement of such resale iu some newspaper pub
lished in Washington. D. C.
WILLIAM CORCORAN HILL.
LEONARD L. NICHOLSON. Jr.,
no."-eod&ds.eSu Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Bankruptcy Sale of Groceries,
Fixtures, Etc., Contained in
Store No. 2101 K Street N.W.
By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, holding a Bank
ruptcy Court in re Charles E. Pavne Bankrupt
No. S40. the undersigned receiver will sell bv
public auction, within the above premise* on
FRIDAY. THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF NOVEM
BER, 1912. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M.. stock
of Groceries. Notions, etc.: also Ice Box Floor
and Counter Cases. Refrigerator. Display Case.
Cash Register. Iron Safe, Office, Counters) Shelv
ing. Meat Block, Scales, etc.*. etc.
Terms: Cash.
CHARLES A. BARNARD Receiver.
noll-d&dbs Evans building.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE, CONSISTING OF NOS. 1123
AND 1130 10th STREET N.W.. TWO TWO
STORY FRAME DWELLINGS: NO. <;22 L
STREET N.W.. THREE-STORY FRAME
DWELLING: NO. *524 I, STREET N.W..
TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING; NO. 1141
10th STREET N.W.. TWO-STORY FRAME
STORE AND DWELLING; NO. 1143 10th
STREET N.W.. TWO STORY FRAME
DWELLING: NO. 1145 10th STREET WW.,
THREE-STORY STORE AND DWELLING,
AND NO. 036 M STREET N.W.. THREE
STOIIY BRICK DWELLING.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
' ?onIed in Liber No. 3293. folio 20 et seq.. of the
I land records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustee will sell at publrc auction. In
front of the premises, on Tl'ESDAY, THE
NINETEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D.
1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and promises, situated in the
city of Washington, District of Columbia, and
designated as and being:
Part of original lot numbered eleven (11) In
square numbered three hundred and sixtv-nine
(.1(59): beginning at the northwest corner of s-iid
lot and running thence east along "M"' s:reet
76 feet, thence south 40 feet, thence west 76 !
feet to Tenth street, thence north along said
street 40 feet to the beginning.
The east 30 feet 1 inch front by the full deptl
thereof of original lot numbered twelve (12) in
square numltered four hnndred and fifty (450).
Lot numbered twelve (12) of the subdivision of
lots in square numbered three hundred and forty
one (3411 made by the heirs of John Davidson,
as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor
for the District of Columbia, in Liber N. K., at
folios 96 and 97.
Part of original lot numbered eleven (11) In
square numbered three hundred and sixty-nine
(369); beginning at a point In the line of Tenth
street west distant 40 feet south front the north
west corner of said lot and square, thence south
along the line of said street 20 feet, thence east
95 feet to an alley 10 feet wide, thence north 2i)
feet, thence west 95 feet to the beginning; to
gether with the Improvements.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, balance in two equal Install
ments. payable in one and two years, with inter
est at six per centum per annum, payable semi
annually. from day of sale, secured bv deed of
trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. A deposit of $109 ou
each parcel will be r?-qnired at tie time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pur
chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with with
in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the
trustee reserves 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
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COM
PANY. Trustee. BJ ANDREW PARKER,
Vice President. no7.12.13.18
AUCTTOV SALES.
man days.
ADAM A? WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Executors' Sale of Three
story and Basement Brick
DwellingNumbered 1316
15th Street Northwest;
also Three - story and
Basement Brick Dwelling
No. 1333 R Street N.W.
By virtue of suthorlty vested in the tindir
signed ese.-utors hy the last will anil testament
of Sarah S. Pugh." deceased. Administration No.
1861S. we will soil by public auction. In front
; of the respective premises. on THURSDAY, THE
i TWENTY-FIRST pay OF NOVEMBER. A.D.
| 1912. the following dfsrrlbfd real estate, slt
uate In the city of Washington. District of
? Columbia, to nit:
AT 4:W O'CIvOCK P.M.
Sublot 139 in square 195. improved by a ten
room and bath brick dwelling, with furnace
j heat, known as No. 1316 15th street northwest,
? anbject. however, to a prior dei-d of trust for
\ $2,000 at 5 p?-r cent.
AT 4:45 O'CLOCK P.M.
The es?t 25 feet by the full depth of lot 5 in
i square 23ft. improved by a 14-room and bath
j brick dwelling, with furnace heat, known as No
' 1 - v rt" H street north went, subject, however, to a
I prior deed of trust for $1,000 at 5 per cent,
j Ternw as to each parcel: Over and above said
; deeds of trust, cash. A deposit of $200 on each
j house required at time of sale. Terms of sale
! t.i be complied with within thirty dayi from
i day of sale, otherwise the executors reserve the
? right to resell the property at the risk and co?t
of the defaulting purchaser, after live days' ad
vertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published In Washington. P. C. All conveyanc
ing, recording, etc., at imrehaser's cost
LAURA T. COCHRAN.
EDWARD K PIOH.
JAMES L. ITGH.
Executors.
M. D. ROSENBERG. Attorney.
7th and E sts. n.w. nol?-dA-ds.eSn
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OK REAL ESTATE IN
TENLEYTOWN. D. C.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia. In equity cause No
.".1179. of 1'avarinl vs. tjreer et al.. the under
signed trustees will sell by public auction. In
front of the respective projiertv hereinafter
stated, on MONDAY. THE EIGHTEENTH DAY
OF NOVEMBER. 1912. AT THREE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described property, situate
In the District of Colombia, nnd described ns all
of lots seven |7>. eight <S? and nine f9? in
block eleven (lit. and lots twenty-eight (28t and
twenty-nine (29) in block ten tlO) l>eins in sub
division known as "Reno," in T? nleytown. D. C..
as per plat in the surveyor's office of said Dis
trict, In Liber Governor Shepherd, at page 01.
IjOts seven <") and eight (Si. block eleven til',
are Improved by two substantial frame dwell
ings, and will be sold with said l*t nine (A) as
one parcel. Lots twenty-eight i28> and twenty
nine (29t, In block ten t'lft). will be sold as
another pa reel. The above-mentioned dwellings
are located on east side of 3ftth street (formerly
Mansticld street) between Ellicott street and
I Fessenden place. Title to be good.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In two
equal installments, payable in one and two
! years, bearing interest per annum from date
of sale, payable semi-annual!?, secured by deed
of trust on the property sold, or all casii. at
purchaser's option. All conveyancing, recording
- anj] cost of examination of title to be paid bv
j purchasers. Sales to be consummated within fif
teen days or deposits forfeited. $200 cash de
posit required on first pan-el. $100 on second
parcel. GEORGE C. GERTMAN.
ISAAC E. SHOEMAKER,
BASIL D. BOTELER.
no"-d&ds.eSu Trustees.
EDUCATIONAL.
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FRENCH.
A French lady would give lessons in grammar
or conversation. Box 22S. Star oltic". 14*
Miss Annie L. Murray,
Teacher of Banjo. Mandolin and Guitar.
Studio. 3309 O st. Phone W. S25.
Washington School of Chlropractlce,
P. O. BOX 280.
Sjieeial offer to first 50 students. A lucrative
profession. Dally occupation can be followed
while studying. IS*
FLYNV.N BUSINESS COLLEGE?A MONTH.
Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping. English,
spelling, letter writing.
S.W. corner Sth and K sts. n.w.
ACCOUNTANCY INSTRUCTION""
Washington School of Accountancy offers pro
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page bulletin on request. Address MYRON
JERMAIN JONES, M. A.. Director. Y. M. C. A.,
1736 Q it.
~ HAZEL WEGNER-REEDER,
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Stndfo. 801 A st. s e Phone Linen. 41.
FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL ? CONVERSA -
tlon and good pronunciation quickly acquired;
thorough courses, all grades. City hail car to
310 Ind. ave. n.w.. MLLE. V. PRFD'HOMME.
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. off Languages
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NEW CLASSES CONSTANTLY FORMING.
Mr. Hugh E. Saltsman,
VOICE CULTURE. PIANO, ACTING.
Stndlo, 1107 G st. n.w. Phone M. ?*?1.
WALTER T. HOLT,
i Mandolin. Guitar and Banlu Teachet.
i Weekly club practice.
NEW STUDIOS. Kenols bldg.. 11th ic G ata. n.w.
I Pbone Main SO80.
SPANISH.
Join now the Spanish lasses st the MILTOM
SCHOOL. Native Instructor; $3 and $4 per
month. The Maryland hldj.. 1410-14 II St.. 4th
floor; elevator.
HALL-NOYES SCHOOL
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starting Shakespeare. Latin, Mathe
matics.
Also .full graded and high school classes, day
and night, children and adults.
FRANCES MANN HALL, A. M., PRINCIPAL.
221 E st. n.w. Tel. M. 3877.
FRENCH.
PROF. VICTOR DULAC.
Graduate of Paris.
1226 15th at. n.w. l'huue N. 139S-T.
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The Temple School,
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STENOGRAPHY. TYPE
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SERVICE.
Phone M *2^8.
VOICE CULTURE
SINGING. ELOCUTION.
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143 11th ST. N.E. Phone Linen. 17.T9.
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OUT OF WASHIMGTQy.
MONTROSE- A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL
in the country for girls and small boys; moat
healthful part of Marvland: term* moderate.
Miss HARDF.Y. Highland. Md. _
CARPET CLEANING.
CARPETS. THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY
cleaned; rugs woven from old carpets; mat
tresses renovated. Estimates furnished. AL
BERT KAHLERT & CO.. S?2 B st. s.w. M. 2KB?.
RAIN AND AUTO COATMAXERS.
BUY DIRECT FROM THE MAKER A GUAR
anteed rainproof i-oat at half price of its
value; girls' ralncai>e?, fi. GLASER CO.,
021* I st. Main 222ii. Repairs all rubber goods.
STOVES AND FURNACES.
IS YOUR HOME WARM? PREPARE FOR
cold we at ier before the rush: beating expert
furnace. Tntrobe and stove wort. V. WHITE.
70S G st. a.e. Phone Lin. 2399-M.
STOVE AND FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Ask for estimates. Tinning, guttering and
siioutiug. general repairing. Anything in sheet
metal. S. ACBINOE. 1330 H n.e. Ph. L. 2745.
MONET WANTED AND TO LOAN.
LOANS NEGOTIATED OX INDORSED NOTES,
stocks. bond*. all kind* collateral. I Ny ??(**?
Ko dfli; or ivd tape R. R. BENNETT. II*
Met. R?nk hid*. Phone Main (W
IF YOU WANT TO LOAN OB BORROW ON
real nUI^-SKIX or BUT?*? J- BAKU
GADSBY. .'.2? 13th Hi. b.w.. who glvao ??f
son a I attention to all deal*. aavlng fcm el
pfinc and time.
SECOND TRUST.
Money to loan at (H on Dlatrict TMl ?<>!??
Any amount from $;?><> to $3,000 oo Jnt of
second trust. In straight note or moathly pay
ments. Take* onlv three days to niake 1MB.
CHARLES E. TRIBBT.
Thompson bid*. 7<tt 15th at. nw.
Opp. Treasnrv. Neat t? droc tftur*.
MONEY TO LOAN ?2.V? TO $500.4100 ON D. C.
real eatate. Several large truat funds. 4Vfc ta
6 per r*ent. All transaction* rondnctad with
acvnomii'Hl consideration for borrowers.
WM. H SAUNDERS * CO..
Southern hid*.. Sn7 15th at. n.w. ___
MONEY tTVTo AN~ AT .VX- ON KGAl KSTATB
is D. C.; quick transa. tlona.
J. LEO KOLB.
?23 X. ?. a*e. b.w.
WE HAVT. jYoo^^o ~!/VaN' nr*ABRINO
ton real eftate. In losna 91.500 and np. iowwt
rates of Interest. All we aak la good
a. c. houghton * co.. <as r ?t.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL B8TATB
I/)we?t rate* of Interest.
THE F. H SMITH COMPANY.
140? New York a?.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTAT* AT
lotrent rates. Special privilege* with rssfrt
to prior payments. TYLER & RUTHERFORD.
7.1o IStli st. n.w.
MONEY TO UlAN OS I>. C. REAL ES+ATR . ft*
INTEREST. PROMPT REPLIES AND ECO
NOMICAL CONSIDERATION FOR BORROW
ERS.
moore * mrr, nxr.v 1420 22 h st. x.w.
SECO NO-TRUST MONEY TO LOAN ON IM
proved city property In auras -from 1200 to
$2,000 at ? per rent. Straleht loana or month
ly payments. No charge for appraloenieat Ba
le mi loan la made. Xo unnecessary delay*.
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GET OUR ESTIMATES ON ABSOLUTELY
FIREPROOF STORAGE. PACKING ft MOVING.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO .
41R 10th ST. N.W. PHONE 4*30.
STORE YOI R FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC..
at WESCHLER"S. P20 Pa. ave. b.w. R*te?
reasonable. Estlmatea cheerfully given. Pboaa
12?2.
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best accommodation*; padd -d vans, pirtl.n'sra
i1^ u,h IjITTLEFIELD. AI.VORD
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r WE MOVE ANY THIMG
LET
US
PACK
Yonr furniture, china. brlc s-brsc. ete.. for aklp
Bient to %?tker cltlea. We employ expert pack at*
only. STORAGE. MOVING. SHIPPING.
Merchants'Transfer& Storage Co.,
920-922 F. ST. N.W.
PADDED VANS. ?4 AND S5 LOAD; IHOII
wsguna. *3 load. Phone Main Wl-VlCl#.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER A STORAGE CO.,
90S NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
Paeklnr A- S"hln?>In? Storsge $2 raa
MOVING. PACKING
Phone North 2".i79-M.
M U LI .EN'S EXPRESS. UttU S?th at. n w.
13*
PACKING. Phon" M. 2oio. MOVING.
KRIEGS EXPRESS. 1224 II at B.w.
Largo padded vans. Experienced men.
Get our estimate.
SHIPPING. STORAGE.
WASHINGTON SAKE DEPOSIT CO. (INC.). "
910-91S Pa. ave. n.w.
FIREPROOF STORAGE.
Room?. 12 mo. up. Ph"ne Ma!a 201.
Estimate fnrn'shed.
H. BAUM A SON. 912 PA AVE.
$1 Load Per Month. Phone M. 1254.
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Diet kitchens.
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JOSIAII WHITE & SONS COMPANY.
TOE ST. CHARLES.
Most se'.ect location on the feean front. 3e?
water in all hatha. Orchestra. Illustrated book
let. Open all rear. NKWT.TN HAINES OO.
UEORIilA.
PARTRIDGE INN, Augusta,Ga*
Open November I. Near coif link". SO rooms,
with baths; a team heat; white aerrlt*. For rat??
and booklet address
M. W. PARTRIDGE. Prop.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
June-Time in December.
PSmie Forest I mi mi
SUMMERVILLE. S. C.
In the Heart of the Southern Pines
A birt-class winter resort noted for a!?olutely
drr. healthful climate. Cott:**es to rent.
OPENED DECEMBER FIRST.
Elphte-Mi-liole Golf Course. Fine Huntlnir. Rid
inir and Driving. Booklet.
RALPH J. HERKIMER. Manarer.
Up to N )veml>?'r 2T> addreas care Prince Georgo
Hotfi. New York.
. HOTELS. ~
WINSTON HOTEL,
First Street Northwest,
On PeunayKania atenue car line. Eight min
utes from Inlon station. American and Euro
pean plana; $3.00. $1.00.
H. J. Spates. Proprietor.
RAILROADS. '
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO LINKS.
3.IS p.m. dally?Sleepera to Loalavtlle, Cincin
nati. Iiulianapolis and 8t. Lonla.
6.35 p.m. daily?Pullman to Cincinnati and
Cbicaso.
11.10 p.m. dally?Sleepers tb Vlrr>nla Hot
Sprlnira. Cincinnati and Louisville. Cincinnati
sleeper cpt:i for occupancy 10 p.m
Offlcea. 313 Pa. ave.. 1339 F at. and Union
Station.
The Southern Railway.
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH.
N B.?Following schedule figures published only
as information, and are not guaranteed:
TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON:
For Atlanta, Montgomery. Mobile. New Orleana,
6 ro a.m. and 10:45 p.m. dally. Dining car
For Chattanooga and Memphla. via AnhevUle.
10:45 p.tn dally
For Atlanta. Columbns. Birmingham. 8.90 a.m.
and 4.35 p.m. dailv. Dining car*.
For Atlanta. Annlston. Talladega. Oalera. Selma,
R 50 a.m. and 4.35 p.m dally; and for Unlontown.
Demopol a. Meridian S-50 a.m. dally. Dining car*.
For Roanoke. Bristol. Knoxvllle, Chattanoofa.
Blrmlngt am. Meridian. Vickabarg, New Orleana.
10.10 p.m. daily. Dining car.
For Roanoke, Knoxvllle. Chattanooga. Naah
ville. Memphis. 4.10 a.m. daily. Sleeping c*r
may be x*cupled after 10.00 p.m. Dining car.
For Atheville. 8.50 a.m.. 3.55 p.m. aad 10.U
p.m. dal v. Dining cars.
For Columbia. Sumuiervllle. Charleston. Aiken.
Augnsta. Savannah. Brunawlek. Jarkao*vlUo aad
Florida pointa. 5 55 p.m. dally. Dtnlnf car.
Tourist car for California, dally. EXCEPT
SUNDAY. 4.35 p.m.
For Danville (local). 7:30 a.m. dally.
For Hnrrlsonburg. 8.30 a.m. dally (parlor ear):
8.35 p.m. (parlor car) and 4.40 p.m. week days.
For Charlottesville (local). 7.30 a.m. and 4.1f
p.m. dally.
For Warrenton, 8.50 a.m., 11.00 a.m.. 4.48
p.m. dally; 3.35 p.m. (parlor car) and 4.55 pa.
week days.
L. S. BROWN. General
CLAIM DECOMPOSED BODY.
Relatives Satisfied It It That of
Missing Dr. C. A. Gardner.
MIDDLEBORO, Mass.. November 12 ?
Relatives of Dr. Clifton A. Gardner of
Swansfti, formerly a member of the staff
of the Post-Graduate Hospital. New
York, have claimed a decomposed body
found a few days ago on the shore of a
pond here, satisfied that it is the body of
Gardner. The man committed suicide by
shootln# himself in the head. Clothinic
furnished the only means of Identifica
tion.
Dr. Gardner disappeared from the New
York hospital last Ju!y. About the mid
dle of September he appeared at hin
home in Swansea, but the next day dis
appeared again and had not since been
seen. He was twenty-seven years old.
Fred Cunningham, seventeen years
old. was killed instantly Monday night
while riding a bicycle on Monrgan
town avenue, Fairmont. W. Va. H#
collided with a mail cart driven by C.
C. McGinnis.

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