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AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
THOS. J. OWEN A SOS. AUCTIONEERS.
THREE-STORY. 9 ROOMS. BATH. CELLAR:
Hot-water heat: newly paperei>
AND PAINTED BRICK DWELLING. NO.
1740 CORCORAN ST. N.W.. AT AUCTION.
By rlrtue of authority Tested in us by all j
parties 1b Interest, we will well at public auc
tion. In front of the premises. on MONDAY.
NOVEMBER THE TWENTY-FOURTH. 1913.
>T HALT PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lot
153, in square 155. with tbe Improvements:
lot 18.46x87.50: containing 1.615 square feet:
rested at >45 per month. Be sure and attend
this sale and procure a great birnln.
Terms unusually liberal, and stated at hour
of sale; $100 deposit required upon accept'
iMi of bid. Conveyancing and recording: at
purchaser's cost. Sale to be closed In 15 days,
or deposit forfeited.
THOMAS J. OWEN St SON. Auctioneers.
nolO-dAda.eSu
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTERS* 8ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE. IMPROVED BY A LAROE APART
MENT HOUSE. KNOWN AS "THE DECA
TUR," FRONTIXC. ON FLORIDA AVE.
N.W. AND RUNNING THROUGH TO DE
CATUR PLACE.
Br virtue of a certain deed of trust dulv re
corded In Liber No. 3H21. folio 497 et ?eq.. of
tbe land records of the District of Columbia,
and at tbe request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will se!l at pith'lc auc
tion. in front of the premises, on MONDAY.
THE TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
A.D. 1913. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing-described land and premises, ettuate In
tbe city of Washington. District of Columbia,
and <!es4gnatid as and being lot 22 In Charles H
Davidson et als.' subdivision of parts of "Wid
ow's Mite" and "Kalorama Heights."* as per
plat recorded in Book Connty No. 17. pare lO.
of the records of the surveyor of the Distrlc* of
Columbia, together with the right to use the
east 5 feet rront by the depth of lot 21 In aald
subdivision as a private alley, and reserving
the right to use the west 5 feet front bv the
full depth of said lot 22 as a private allev for
said lot 21. together with the Improvements.
Terms of sale: Sold subject to two prior deeds
?f trust aggregating $57.0 >0. and the eoultv over
said trust to be paid In cash. A deposit of
*1,000 will be required a; time of sale. Ail oon
veyanclng. recording, etc.. at cost ?f purchaser.
Terms ->f sale to be compiled with within 15
?laye from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to r?*seli the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after live
days' advertisement of such r?-sale in some news
paper published in Washington. D. C.
WADE II. COOPER.
WILBUR H. ZEPP.
?o7-dAds.eSu Trustee*.
ADAM A. WESCHLKK. AUCTIONEER.
To Close an Estate.
Three-Storv-and-Basement Brick
Dwelling, 12 Rooms and 2
Baths., Hot-water Heat, S. E.
Corner 2d and E Streets N.W.,
by Auction.
By virtue of authority vested in th# under
signed I will offer for ?ale by public auction, la
fr->:it of the premises, on MONDAY. NOVEMBER'
TWENTY-FOURTH. 1?13, AT FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. lot 22. square 571, 25x108 to 15-ft. alley.
Improved by premi?es No. 128 E st. n.w.
Terms: One-tMrd rash, balance in one and
two years, HTc. or all cash. $200 deposit at sale.
Sale to be closed In 30 daya. All conveyancing
and recording at purchaser's cost.
By order of tbe belrs. nol5-dJtda.eSq
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. BEING BRICK DWELLING
AND RESTAURANT NO. 1250 11th STREET
SOUTHEAST.
By Tlrtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber No. 3041. foil? 202 et s*q.. of the I
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
tbe request of tbe party secured thereby, we, :
the undersigned troatees, will aell. at public j
auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY, :
THE TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.
A.D. 1913, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land and prem'see,
situate In the city of Waslilngton. In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being part of
original 'ots 4 and 5 in square No. 1000. described
as follows: Beginning on 11th at. 31 ft. 10 in.
north from the southwest corner of said square
and running thence north on said lltli at. 26.50
feet: thence east at right anrles to aaid street
103.30 ft.; thence north 39.67 ft. to north line of
lot 4; thence east 4 ft. to the northeast corner
?f naid lot 4: thence south on east line of lot 4
*>0.17 feet: thence west 107.30 feet to 'the begin
ning. together with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, anil tbe balance in two equal
Installments, iiajab'.e In ope and two years, with
interest at 6 per c-ntum per annum, payable
semi-gnnually 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 cenveyanvlDt recording and notarial
fees-et the coat of-the purchaser. Terms of aale
to be complied with within fifteen days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees- reserve tbe
right to resell the protvrty at the riak and coat
or tbe defaulting purchaser, after live days' ad
vertisement of such resale In some newspaper
published In tbe city of Waahtngton. D. C.
HENRY H. BEROMANN,
GEORGE M. EMMERICH.
T>ol3-dAds.eSn Trust
THOS. 3. OWEN * SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE. IMPROVED BY A 7 ROOM FRAME
DWELLING ON QUARLES STRUCT,
? KKNILWORTH." D. C.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
< ?rded In Liber No. 2943. folio 8 et seq.. of
lite land records of the Dlatrlct of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured there
by, the undersigned trustees will aell at pub
lit: auction, in frout of the premises, ou MON
DAY. THE TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER. A.D. 1913. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
the following described land and premises, sit
uate In tbe District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and tving lot 21. In Allen W, Mal
lery. trustee's subdivision of original lota 1. 2.
3 and 4. In block 11. "Kenllworth." as per plat
recorded In the office of the surveyor of the Dis
trict of Columbia. In County Book 20, page 104,
together with the improvements.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
monev to be paid in cash, balance In two equal
Installments, payable In one and two years, with
interval at ?? per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all caah.
at tbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of
SW0 will be required at time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser.
T.-rms of sale to be complied with within fifteen
days from day of wtle, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the
ri^k and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
tlve days' advertisement of such resale In some
ne\vspa;>er published In Washington. D. C.
HORATIO N. TAPLIN,
JULIUS A. MAEDEL.
416 5th at. n.w.,
Bol3-dA.ds.exSu Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON". AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTKES SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE. IMPROVED BY A 7-ROOM FRAMR
DWELLING ON MINNESOTA AVE., KEN-I
11.worth, d. c.
E;. virtue of a certa n deed of trust, duly re- i
c*Td''d in Liber No. 3477. folio 175 et a>^|., of
the land records of the District of Co'umb'a. and 1
at the request of the party secured thervby. the
undersigned trustees will sell at public auction,
in front of th* nrctnlst-s. on MONDAY. THB
TWENTY-FOURTH DVY OF NOVEMBER. A D.
1913. AT QUARTER-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK |
P.M the following described 'and and premises, i
situate In the District of Columbia, and deals- i
nated as and being lots 12 and 13 in bt*>ck 8 in
?'K?-nllwolh." as p*T plat recorded in the office
of ttje surveyor of the District of Columbia In ;
County Bok 10. page 17, together with the I
improvements.
Terms of sa'e: One third of the pnrchaae '
moi.ey to be paid In cash, balance In two equal ;
'nitatlmeats, payable In one and two years, w th :
interest at si* per centum per annum, payable 1
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at '
the option of tbe purchaser. A deposit of $100
will be required at time of aale. AM "oevey
anctng. recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser.
Terns of sale to be complied with within 18
day* from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
raaerve the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after Ave
days' advertisement of such resale In some news
paper published In Washington. D. C.
LAWRENCE 0 M4LLKRT.
HORATIO N. TAPUN.
aolS-dAda.efco Troatees.
FIT1RE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE . IMPROVED I
REAL ESTATE. NO. 827 SEVENTH STREET
N.W.. NO. 1420 EIGHTH STREET N.W.
AND NO. 57 QUINCY PLACE N.W.
The undersigned heirs at law of Maranret R.
Dorsey. deceased, for the purpose of sett'lng h?T
estate, will offer for sale by public auction, in
front of the prvtplseft. the following parcel* of
real estate In the District of Columbia:
BEGINNING AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M. ON
MONDAY. DECEMBBB FIRST, 1013, and con
tinuing on said day an til all the property has
been offered in the order he-e enumerated. Tlx.:
? 1) Lot 30 in a subdivision of lots in square
453, in the city of Washington, made by James
II. Shreeve aud John W. Wade. executors and
trustees, and recorded In tbe office of the sur
veyor of tfc'- District of Columbia iu Book 10, at
folio 43. improved by a substantial business
building. No. 827 7th street n.w.
<2> Lot 22 In a subdivision of lots in square
422, In th?* city of Washington, made l>y James
H. Shreeve atd John W. Wade, executors and
trustee*, and recorded In the office of the sur
veyor of the District of Columb'a Id Book 10.
at folio 41, improved by a substantial dwelling
housa No. 142ft 8th street n.w.
? 3? Lot 51 in J. W. Grcirg's subdivision of lot
11 In block 11. Bloomingdale. as recorded In the
offic- of tbe ?urveyor of the District of Columbia
in Bo?'k County 12. at page 1, improved by a
substantial brt-k dwelling house. No. 57 Qulncy
place n.w_, subject to tbe covenant that no
l>i)ildtug shall b>> erected ou said lot coet'ne l<ss
'han twenty five hundred dollars, or within fif
teen feet of the street line of Qulncy place, and
that no ?pi*ituoo* liquors shall be sold on aaid
lot or in any building erected thereon.
Te'ms: One-half cash and tbe balance In two
equal instalments, in one and two years, se
cured by ydeed of trust on property sold, with
Interest at six per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. or all cash, at purchaser'a option. De
nnett of one hundred dollars at sale on each
parcel sold. Terms to be compiled with In
twenty days or property may be resold at rlak
and cost of defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing
and rei-ording at purchaser's e?>st.
JAMES A. DORSEY.
I RANCIS ALLAN DORSEY.
RICHARD A. DORSEY.
ROBERT H. DORSEY.
*?EO. M. DORSEY.
HARRY C. DORSEY.
GERTRUDE DORSEY STALEY,
SUSAN B. DORSET.
GERTRUDE D. HEFIJN.
Hears at Law of Margaret R. Dorsey.
W. W. MILI.AN. Attorney. Columbian btdg.
j. JBNOS RAX, Attorney, CalumfeUa bide.
AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW. TOMORROW.
Adam A. WescMer, Aactioneer ?
Bankruptcy Sale
off the Entire Stock off
HIGH-GRADE FURNITURE, ETC.,
OF
Stumph & Lyford, Inc.,
At Nos. 6311=639 Mass? Avenue N.W.
Will Continue
BY' PUBLIC AUCTION,
Tomorrow
At 10 O'Clock A M.
This session includes the valuable Mahogany Pieces on
the main floor, consisting of rare examples of Sheraton, Chip
pendale, Hepplewhite, Queen Anne, Old Colonial, Pompa
dour and other High-grade Furniture.
ALSO
Valuable Mahogany Hall Clocks, including one with West
minster and Whittington chimes.
JAMES M. PROCTOR, Trustee.
Terms Cash. Columbian Building.
TOMORROW.
TU08. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' RALE OF V ALU ABLE* REAL ES
TATE. IMPROVED BY A BRICK STABLE.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In Liber No. 2707. folio 88 ot seq.. of the
land recorda of the District of Columbia. <?nd at
the request of the party secured thereby, the j
undersigned trustees will aell at p auction. '
In front of the premises, on Tl.ESDVY, THE
TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D.
1013. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and itemises, sit
uate in the District of Columbia, and designated
as and being lot 73 in Robert E. Morris' subdi
vision in block 15 in "Le Droit Park." as per plat
recorded In County Book 6. (tare 7ft. of the rec
ords of the surveyor's office for the District of
Columbia, together with the Improvements.
Terms of sale: A11 cash. A deposit of 9200
will be require*! at time of sale. All convey
ancing. recording, etc., at coat of purchaser.
Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen
day* from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the i
risk and coat of defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement of such resale in some news
paper published In Washington. D. C.
GEORGE C. ROUGH.
S. V. HAYDEN.
nol315,18.21.24 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
To Whom It May Concern:
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, Revolvers, Guns,
Draftsmen Instruments, Ko
daks, Typewriters, Suit Cases,
Etc., by Auction, to Pay Inter
est Charges, Etc.
On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER TWENTY FIFTH,
1913. COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M..
I will sell by public auction, within the sales
rooms of ADAM A. WESCHLER. 900 Pa. ?ve.
n.w.. an pledges which are now due. All parties
interested will please take notice.
Terms: Cash.
GEORGE D. HORNING, Broker.
nol8-dftdbs,exSu 8th and D ats. n.w.
THOS. J. OWHN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
VERY ATTRACTIVE SIX-ROOM, BATH.
CELLAR AND FIHXACE HEAT BRICK
' DWELLING, NO. 2223 FL \GLER PLACE
N ORTH W EST.
At Auctflomic
By virtue of authority vested in us by a non
resident, We win' aell. at puttfic amnion, in front
of the premises, an TUESDAY. NOVEMBER
TWENTST-FIFTH, 1913, AT TOUR O'CLOCK ,
P.M., lot 69, square 3122. with the improve
ments. This is a rare opportunity to purchase
a very Dice little home or Investment.
Terms very easy and liberal, which will be
stated at time of sale. 9100 deposit required
upon acceptance of bid. Conveyancing and re
cording at purchaser's cost. Sale to be closed in
15 days, or deposit forfeited.
TnOS. J. OWEN ft SON. Auctioneer#.
Dol8-dftds.ex.Su
THOS. J. OWNEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF HOUSE AND PREMI
SES NO. 3118 18th STREET NORTHWEST.
IN THE DISTRICT OF COLHMBIA.
By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded In
Liber S438. folio 222, of the land records of the
D!?trict of Colombia, and at the request of the
party thereby secured, we will sell at public
aactlon. In front of the premises, on TUESDAY
THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.
1313, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
lot 42, in James Martin's ?'iMi?U'nn of certV.n
lots In block l?. In Walbrl.ige's subdivision, Ingle
side, aa per plat of sa'd first mentioned suhdivis- '
Ion recorded In Book 3*. page lja. of the records]
of the surveyor's offlce of the District of Co
lumbia, with the lmprovemeuts above stated
subject to deed of trnst securing fS.OOO. with
Interest at five and one-half per cent per an
num, payable aeml-annually. and maturing June
21 1914. and subject to the covenants con
tained In said trust, and running with the land,
vhat said lot, or any bufldln* thereon, sha4! not
be uaed for jmrpo?es of trade, manufacturing or
for sale of spirituous l'quors. and no bulld.n?
known aa a hotel, apartment, tenement h.?u.-e or
flat shall be erected on salil lot, and any bui!1
Ing erected shall be used only for a private
residence, excepting only stabling or other out
buildings. '
TERMS: All cash over and above said first
deed of trust. A deposit of $2r*> will be re
quired at the time of sale and all conveyancing
and recording will be at purchaser's cost
Terms to be complied with wftWn fifteen days
from day of sale, or the trustees reserve the
right to resell at the risk and cost of the de.
faulting purchaser, after seven days' adver
tisement In The Evening Star newspaper.
ROBT. LEE O'BRIEN,
ALVIN'O. BELT.
nol4-dftda.eSn Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY AND CEL
LAR BRICK DWELLINGS NOS. 1478, 1480
AND 1484 MERIDIAN PLACE NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded In Lfber No. 3084. folio 187 et seq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, we. j
the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auc
tion, In front of the premises, on TUESDAY,
THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
A.D. 1913. AT QUARTER TO FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following described land and premises,
situate In the city of Washington, In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being lots
495. 497 and 498. In Flora M. Schmidt's aub
1 division of lots in Breed's subdivision of Mount
! Pleasant, as per plat recorded In County Bonk
i 22. page 142, In the suryeyor's offlce for said
; District, together with the Improvements
; thereon. I
Terms of sale on each parcel: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid In cash, aud the bal
ance In two equal- Installments, payable In one
and two years, with Interest at six per centum
per annum, payable semi-annually from day of
i sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property
sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of 9200 on each house will be required
of the purchaser at the time of sale. All con
veyanclng. recording and notarial fees at the
cost of the purchaser. Terma of sale to be com
piled with within fifteen days from day of sale.
, otherwise the trustees leserve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of the default
lug purchaser, after five days' advertisement of
such ressle In some newspaper published In the
city of Waahlngtcn, D. C.
HENRY H. BERGMAKN.
CHAS. SCHAFER.
no!3-dftds.eSu Trustees.
?TTCRE D4T9.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. FRONTING 18.7 V,
FEET ON "K"- STREET SOUTHEAST BY
A DEPTH OF 102.8 FEET TO A 80-FOOT
ALLEY. KNOWN AND DISTINGUISHED AS
THE WEST HALF OF ORIGINAL LOT i
IN SQUARE 798.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dulv re
corded In Liber No. 3361, folio 91 et seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured thereby, we, the
uudersigned trustees, #111 i*n at public auction.
|n front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE
?yjE>7T"!yj'1" I)AY OF NOVEMBER, A.D.
1913, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., th;* fo lowing
described land and premises, situate in the city
of Washington, In the District of Columbia, aud
designated as and being the west hilf of original
lot four (4) in aquare seven hundred ninety-eight
(788).
Terms of sale will be announced at time of
sale. A deposit of 9100 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 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 five days' advertisement ot stach
r**j? a some newspaper published in the city
of Washington, D. C.
(Signed) PAUL'V. MITCHELL.
(Signed) J. CyarXOji
FUTURE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OK VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. FRONTING
ABOUT !?!>.* FEET ON H STREET AND
ABOUT fit.2 FEET ON NINTH STREET
SOUTHWEST. BEING A VERY DESIRA
BLE CORNER LOT.
By virtue of a certain deed of tract, duly re
corded la Liber No. 3604. folio 124 et seq.. of
the land records of the District of Coulmbla.
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc
tion. In front of the premises, on WEDNES
DAY. THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER.
A.D. 1913. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land and premises
situate In the city of Washington. District of
Columbia, ami designated as ami being the
south sixty-one and seventeen hundredths (61.17)
feet front by full depth of original lot six (6)
in square four hundred and fourteen (414).
Terms of sale: One-half of the purchase
mouey to be paid In cash, balance pavable In
one year, with interest at si* per centum per
anonin. payable semi-annually from day of sale,
kecured by deed of trust upon tbe property sold,
or all cash, at the option .?f the purchaser. A
deposit of $2i>0 may be required at time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at coat of
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within ten days from day of sale, otherwise tbe
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
LOUIS R. PEAK.
FRANK H. RIDGWAY.
60i 11th st. n.w..
no21-d&ds.eSu&hol Trnstees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
a '
CHANCERY SALE OF A THREE-STORY AND
BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING. NO. IBM
EIGHTH STREET N.W.
? By virtue of a decree passed In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, passed la
Equity Cause No. 32084. we will sell at public
auction, in front of tbe premises, on WEDNES
DAY. THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER. 1813,
AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premises, situate In the city of
Washington, .in said District, and known as and
being lot 44 in Albert Gleasoa'a subdivision of
lota in square 421. as per plat recorded In Liber
W. B. M.. folio 285. of the records of the sur
veyor's office of said District, with the Improve
ments thereon.
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the purchase
money to be paid in casb and tbe balance in
two equal installments, payab'e In one and two
years from the dav of sa'e. and to be repre
sented by the promissory notes of the purchaser,
hearing interest at tbe rate of 6 per cent a? per
annum, payable semi-annually, and secured by
deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, ,
at tbe option of the purchaser. $100 deposit re- j
?|uired upon acceptance of bid. All coaveyanc
ng. nota'y fees and recording at purchaser's ]
cost. Terms to be complied with within 10 days,
or trustees may resell at the purchaser's risk
and cost after Ave days' previous advertisement
of such resale published in some newspsper of
Washington, D. C.
FULTON LEWIS,
Columbian building,
WILLIAM E. RICHARDSON,
Union Savings Bank building.
no20-(lAdseSiiAhol ' Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Apart
ment House Located at 1801
Calvert Street N.W., Known as
the "Beacon."
By virtue of two certain deeds of trust duly
recorded In Liber Nos. 8579 and 3670, folios
1M> and 139 et sea., of the land records of the
Di?trlct of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, we the undersigned
trustees will sell at public auction, in front of I
the premises, on MONDAY. THE FIRST DAY 1
OK DECEMBER. A.D. 1913. at FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M., tbe following described land and premises,
situate in the city of Washington, In the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated as and being
psrt of block five (5). In Francis G. Newlands
and Edward J. Stellwagea, trustees', subdi
vision of "C'lfflionrnc," aa per plat recorded in
County Book 10, page 44, of the records of the
office of the surveyor of the District of Colum
bia, contained wlth'n the following metes and
bound*, vlx.: Beginning at the Intersection of
the north line of Calvert at. with the southerly
I ne of Adaips MM road, as widened, and shown
on plat recorded In County Book 17. page 104,
of said surveyor's office records, and running
thence wester'v along said north line of Cal
vert street 176.52 feet to the southeastern cor
ner of lot 39 of a subdivision recorded in
Connty Book 17. page 100, of the aforesaid -rec
ord*. thence northerly with east line of ssld lot
100.15 fe*t to the southerly line of said Adams 1
Mills road, as widened, thence southeasterly
with said southerly line 202.96 feet to the be
irinning. subject to bttlld'ng restriction line 121
feet north of the north line of Calvert street. 1
together with the improvements, consisting of
flve-s'ory apartment house containing 33 apart
ments and cafe.
Terms of sa'e: Subject to existing first trnst
of $75 000 at .V*. due October 16, 1914, and ex
isting second trust of >317,600. payable monthly,
balance cash. A deposit of $2,500 will be re
quired of the purchaser at the time of sals.
All conveyancing, recording snd notarial fees at
the cost of the purchaser. Terms of ssle to be
complied with within 15 days from day of aale,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of the default
ing purchaser, after Ave days' advertisement of
such resa'e in some newspaper published la the
city of Washington. D. C.
ALGERNON S. GARDINER.
W. GILBERT DENT.
J. BENSON THOMAS.
wolO-d&ds.eSu&bol Trnstees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER!
TRUSTEES' RALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED!
REAL ESTATE. BEING THE TWO
STORY BRICK TWO-FAMILY APARTMENT
KNOWN AS NUMBER 2323 EIGHTEENTH
STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trnst. du'y re
corded In Liber No. 3404. folio 35 et seq.. or the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
I the recuest of the party secured thereby, we, the
undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction.
1u front of the premises, on FRIDXY. THE
TWENTY-EIGHTH PAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D.
1913, AT FOUR 0'CIX>CK P.M., the following
described land and premises, situate In the coun
ty of Wai*h!nrton, in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and t>elng lot numbered eighty
seven <87) in David Moore's subdivision of lots
! 'n block numbered eight (8) Washington Heights,
as per plat In County Book Seventeen, folio 133,
of the records of the office of the surveyor of the
i District of Columbia, together with lite improve -
! ments, consisting of bri>?k apartment.
Terms of sa'e will be announced at time of
sale. A deposit of $200 will be required of the
pun-baser at the time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees ?t tbe cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to he complied with
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
. the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop
I erty at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting pur
[ chaser, after five days' advertisement of suoh
resale in some newspaper published la the city
' of Washington. D. C.
(Signed) J. CLINTON TRIBBT,
(Signed) OSCAR W. KING,
no21 dAds,.Su Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Two Three-Story and Base
ment Brick Dwellings,
Nos. 1828 and 1834 Jef
ferson Place N.W.
By virtue of authority vested in tbe under
signed I will offer for sale by public suc
tion, in front of the premises, on WEDNES
DAY. NOVEMBER TWENTY-SIXTH, 1913, AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lots It and
20. square 139. each 20x106. Improved by 10
room and bath brick dwelling. rented at <50
per month.
Terms: Casb. A deposit of $200 on each
house at sale. Terms to be complied with la
15 days. All conveyancing, etc.. at purchaser's
cost. ?
Inspection by permit from undersigned.
KRKUEttIO MA.Y. 806 17th St. S.W.
,?fiB . -.
AUCTION SALES.
MJTCM DATS.
SAUL OF VAlAiABI E IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE IN THE NORTHWEST KS
FOLLOWS: THREE-STORY BRICK DWEl"
fN'P 8TORF, NO. 1001 O STREET;
73.?-?2K~BHI?K dwelling no ucri
IN REAR. AND THHKB
8TORY BRICK DWELLING NO. 006 12th
STREET.
By virtue of a decree of tbe Supreme Oonrt
of the District of Columbia. passed In Eauitv
Cauae No. 31444, wherein C. Karl Oliver Is
plaintiff and Marlon E. Gensler at. al. are de
?t public auction In front
Premlaea, at the times stated below, the
following real estate, situate la the city of
Washington, District of Columbia, together with
the Improvements thereon and all the rights,
wars, easements, privileges and appurtenances
to tbe same belonging or In anywise appertain
ID*. tO Witt
Oil WEDNESDAY. THE TWENTY-SfTXTO
DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1913 AT FOCH
O'CLOCK P.M., part of lot lettered '<B? In
John N. LoTeJoy. Junior's, subdivision of lots
'n ^?*?s numbered two hundred and elghty
flve (285), as per plat recorded In the offioe of
tbe surveyor tot tbe District of Columbia. In
Liber N K.. at tello 217. beginningtor S?om?
at a point on 12th street west. 14 feet north
from the southeast corner of lot lettered "B"
and running thence north with the line of 12th
street 14 feet: thence west with tbe line of W
H. Clampitt's ground 104 feet 8 inches- thence
south parallel with 12th street 14 feet and
thence east parallel with I street 104 feet 8
inches to the polat of beginning; said part of
raid lot being improved by the tro-storr base
ment and attic brick dwelling house. No
12th street northwest. * 906
And on THE SAME DAY. AT HALF-PA8T
FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., lot numbered one (11 to
Samuel Redfern's subdivision of square num
bered three hundred and thirty-eight (338) ??
per plat recorded In Book B. at folio 88 of ths
records of the office of tbe surveyor for tbe Dis
trict of Columbia, said lot being Improved br
the three-story and basement brick dwelling
house and store. No. 1001 o street northwest
and the two-story and' basement brick dwelling
house. No. 1402 10th street northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money psyable on day of sale or within fifteen
days thereafter, one-third In one year and one
| third In two years thereafter, with Interest at
| the rate of aix (8) per centum per annum on
such deferred payments from the day of sale
antil paid, payable aemi-annaally. the deferred
payments to be represented by tbe promissory
notes of the purchaser, secured by deed of trust
on the property sold, or all cash, at the pur
chaser's option. Deposit of two hundred ($200)
dollars to be made at the time of aale on each
of the several parcels of real estate sold. All
conveyancing and recording at purchaser's coat
Terms to be compiled with la fifteen days from
the day of sale, otherwise tbe trustees reserve
ths right to resell at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser.
THOMAS M. BAKER, Trustee,
Colombian Building.
RAU>H P. BARNARD. Trustee.
Evans Building.
THOMAS J. OWEN A SOB. Auctioneers.
no!4-dftda.efla
THOS. J. OWKN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE! REAL ES
TATE, IMPROVED BY A SIX-ROOM AND
BATH BRICK DWELLING, NO. 445 FIF
TEENTH .STREET SOUTHEAST, BEING A
CORNER HOUSE.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. 3480. folio 307 et seq., of
the land records of the District of Colombia,
and at the request of the party secured there
by, the undersigned trustees will sell at pub
lie auction. In front of the premise*, on MOV
DAT. THE FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER,
A.D. 1913. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises, situate in
the city of Washington, District of Columbia,
and designated as and being lot 52 of the sub
division made bv Central Real and Trust
Company of Maryland of certain lota in square
1062, as per plat recorded In Book 20. page SB.
in the office of the surveyor for tbe District of
Columbia, being more particularly described In
said dead of trust, together with the improve
ments.
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 6 per centum per annum, pay
able 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 pur
chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within ten days from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and coat of defaulting purchaaer,
after five days' advertisement of such resale In
some newspaper published in Washington. D. C.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS.
CLAUD LIVINGSTON,
nol8-dftda.exsufthol Trustees.
ADAM A, WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-8TORY BRICK
DWELLING. NO. 815 QU1NCY STREET
NORTHWEST (PETWORTH).
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber No. 3335. folio 224 et seq.. of
tbe land records of the District of Columbia,
hnd at the request of the party secured tbcrebv.
we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at nub
ile auction. Id front of the premises, on MON
DAY, THE FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D.
1913. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and premises, situ
ate In tbe city of Washington, in tbe District
of Columbia, and designated as and being lot
numbered eighty-four (84) in Charles L. D.
Washburn's subdivision of lots In block num
bered seventy-tour (74)" in "Petworth Addlt'on to
Washington/' as per plat recorded In Book 39.
p*ge 30. In the surveyor's office for said Dis
trict, together with the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
mooay to be paid in cash and the balance In
two equal Installments, payable in one anil two
yeara, with interest at stx per centum per an
num, payable semi-annually from dav of sale,
secured by deed of trust upon the property so d.
or all caab. at tbe option of the purchaser. \
deposit of $200 will be required of the pur
chaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees at the coat of tbe
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied wit>
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
chased after five days' advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published in the city
of Washington, D. C.
ERNEST L. SCHMIDT.
GEORGE M. EMMERICH.
nol8-dftds.eSoftco25 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF FRAME
DWELLING NO. 1306 HAMLIN STREE'i
N.E.. BROOKLAND, D. C.
By virtue of an order of tbe Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, holding a Probate
Court, in re estate of Cora N. Wormley de
ceased. adminstratlon No. 19778, the undersigned
administrator will sell at public auction. In
front of tbe premises, on THURSDAY, TnE
FOURTH DAY OF DECEMBER. A.D. 1913,
AT QUARTER TO FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the
following described land and premises, to wit.:
Lot numbered fourteen (14), In block numbered
eleven (11), in William O. Dennlson- and Red
ford W. Walker, trustees', recorded subdivision
of a tract of land now called South Brookland.
as recorded In the office of the surveyor of the
D'?trict of Colombia, In Book No. 7, county
subdivisions, page 35, together with- the improve
ments, consisting of comparatively new frame
dwel'ing containing si* rooms.
Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100 re
qolred at the time of aale. All conveyancing,
according, etc.. at the coat of the purchaser.
Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen
days from day of sale, otherwise the admin
istrator reserves the right to resell the property
>t the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such resale 1n
some newspaper published in the city of Wash
ington. D. C.
JOHN DOYLE CARMODY, Admlnstrator.
? Southern Bldg.
LEONARD J. MATHER. Attorney.
no21-dftds.eSufcno27 Southern Bldg.
C. G. SLOAN ft CO.. AUCTIONEERS. 1407 G ST.
"CESSR ?SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
???, .?. RKAL' E8TATE ON KANSAS AVE
SHEPHERD AND TAYLOR
gTRJ^TS NORTHWEST. BEING 60 FEET
FRONT BY 135 FEET l5EEP.
. ?' ? CBrU,n deed of trust, recorded
ia Liber No. 8490, at folio 889 et seq., of tbe
land records of the District of Columbia, tba
undersigned will offer for sale at public auction,
In front of premises, on THURSDAY. THE
Dotr?r.PECF?fB^R' 1613- AT WR
O CLOCK P.M., tbe following described real
?*tatex rttnate In the county of Washington. In
said District, via.: Lots twenty-nine (29) and
thirty (80) In block fire (5) In John D. Coughlan.
truatee's. subdivision of part of the tra t of
land called "Padsworth," now known as "North
Columbia Heights " as per plat recorded In Liber
County No. 15. Vollo 19. of tbe records of the
office of the surveyor of the District of Colnmb'a.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in equal 'n
?tal!ments at one and two years, with interest
at 6 per centum per annom, payable semi an
noally, from the day of sale, and secured by deed
of truat on tbe property sold, or all cash, at the
purchaser's option. A deposit of $100 will ba
required at the time of sale. All conveyancing
and recording will be at purchaser's cost.* Terms
to be complied with within ten days, otherwise
tbe trustees reserve the right to resell at the
risk and coat of tbe defaulting purchaser.
HERMAN E. GASCH,
JULIUS A. MAEDEL,
no24-dftda,eSu Trustees.
TH08. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE Olf TWO-STORY FRAME
S8?fcK&. "?- >3ii 6?t'!T
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. 8449, at folio 80<? et seq.,
of the lsnd records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at nubile
auction, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY.
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEM
BER. 1913, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the
following described land and premises, situate
in the city of Washington, District of Columbia,
and being part of original lot numbered eight
(8). in square numbered ten hundred and on*
(1001), described as follows: Beginn'ng at tbe
southwest corner of said lot and running thence
north oa 11th atreet 11.43 feet, thence east
75.88 feet, thence south 11.43 feet and thence
west 75.83 feet to the beginning, together with
the Improvements thereon above described.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
mOBej to. c"h- the balance In
two equal Installments, payable In one and two
years, with* Interest at 8 per centum per annum
from da* of aale, payable semi-annually, and
secured by deed of trust on the property sold,
or all oash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will be required of the pur
chaser at the time of ssle. All conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees st the cost of tbe
E5*^?aaer. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen daya from the day of aale, other
JAMES F. SHEA.
WILLIAM P. KO&MOYLE,
aol7,rtfcdi.ftHn*hnl *
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DATS.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SOX. AUCTIONEERS.
CHALE OF TWO-STORY FRAME
537i????LJNO- 2271 ninth street
WB?X ABn> ONE-STORY FRAME
SSSSJSLJIS*11' N0" 81? BARRT PLACE
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a decree passed In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia In Eqnltj
CanseNo 319-4 we will sell, at public auction.
?1?.., ft0"*. of premises. on FRIDAY. THE
TS^FJ2*S*?>** OF NOVEMBER, WIS,
AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing deeribed land and premises, situate In
the county of Washington. In said District, and
known as and being as follows: Beginning at a
joint on 9th street extended at the line of
oullding on the south side of Grant avenue, ix?w |
known as Barry place, and running south on
8th street sixteen 116) feet eight (81 inches;
thence east ninety-six (96* feet; thence north!
sixteen..(161 eight (8) Inches; thence west
along the building line of Grant avenue, now
known as Barry place, ninety-six (98) feet to
Pl?5* ot beginning, the same being known and
distinguished as lot one (1) In John F. Kelly's
subdivision of original lota Nos. sixty-one (61),
sixty-two (62)and Bixty-three (63) In Wright and
Ooxfs wbdivlrfon of psrt of Mount Pleasant and
Pleasant Plains, as said subdivision is recorded
In Liber 2. folio 47. one of the records of the
surveyor s office for said District.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash and the balance In two
equal ^Instal ments, payable In one and two
years from the day of sale, and to be represented
by the promissory notes of the purchaser, bear
ing Interest at the rate of six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, and secured by
deed of tnist on the property so'd, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. $100 deposit re
quired upon acceptance of bid. All conveyancing,
notary 'e** and recording at purchaser's coal.
Terms to be comolied with within fifteen days
or trustees may advertise and sell at the par
Chaser's risk and cost after five days* previous
advertisement of swb resale published in some
newspaper of Washington. D. C.
RALPH P. BARNARD.
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THOMAS M. BAKER.
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Savings and Loans
of Washington
for twelve months.
The savings plan of the
society provides for an ac
cumulation by a semi
monthly payment of $3.30
to take care of the loan and
interest at maturity, leav
ing the sum of $14.07 to be
returned to the borrower.
514-518
Washington Loan and
Trust Building.
FIGHT FOE REDUCED FAKE.
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Alexandria County Citizens Want
Five-Cent Bate to Washington.
Speelal Correspondence of The Star.
CLARENDON. Va., November 24, 1913.
The Alexandria County Public Serv
ice AssociaUon. which has for its ob
ject the improvement of the public
service and utilities in the county, will
Join with the Falls Church CIti*ens'
Association In a mass meeting at the
Alexandria county courthouse tomor
row night to arrange for representa
tion before the Interstate commerce
commission at a hearing December 3
on the petition of the Falls Church
people for a lower rate of fare over the
line of the Washington-Virginia Com
pany between Falls Church and inter
mediate points and Washington.
The meeting tomorrow evening is to
arouse enthusiasm and to acquaint the
residents along the line with the facts.
The fight for a five-cent car fare
from Clarendon and Ballston to Wash
ington. for which the Alexandria
County Public Service Association is
devoting its energies; traffic condi
tions at the Aqueduct bridge and the
lighting facilities at Rosslyn, Va., will
also be discussed.
Commissioner Newman of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Mayor Fellows of
Falls Church, John Nevlns of the
United Press, W. W. Wright, Leo P.
Harlow and R. C. L Moncure of Alex
andria county are expected to address
the meeting.
CRAFT UNDER REPAIRS.
Schooners Being Refitted for Service
on River and Bay.
Capt William Gibson of this city is
fitting out the schooner Ideiia A. Moore,
which he recently purchased from parties
on the eastern shore of Chesapeake bay,
for oyster-running service to this market
and the vessel will leave here on her
first trip for her new owners within the
next week or ten days. The Moore is
lying at anchor in the harbor off the 12th
street wharf and overhauling is being
done afloat.
Good progress is being nytde on the
rebuilding of the two-masted river
schooner J. A. Holland at Bennett's
boatyard, but It Is stated St will be sev
eral weeks before she will be ready to go
Into service. Much of the hull has been
re timbered and rep tanked, but she Is still
to be fitta* with her spars and rigging
after the hull work Is completed. The
vessel Is owned by E. Madison Hall, and
before resuming service will be given a
new name.
The bay schooner L E. Williams and
the steamer City of Milford. formerly one
of the fleet of steamers belonging to the
Potomac and Chesapeake Steamboat
Company of this city, are at Baltimore
shipyards for hull repairs in preparation
for winter service on the Chesapeake.
NEW REVENUE CUTTER READY
Little Oil-Burning Vessel Will Do
Duty on Puget Sound.
Having completed fitting out and fin
ishing work at the Mare Island navy
yard, where she was built, the lltUe cut
ter Guard, the latest addiUon to the
revenue cutter service fleet, will this
week be ready for service and will be
turned over to the Treasury Department
officials. The Guard is designed for serv
ic^_pn Puget sound, and will be taken
to her station by " the larger cutter
Unalga.
The new cutter is a wooden hull ves
sel of 48.6 tons displacement, and is 67
feet 5V4 inches long, 12 feet 6 Inches
beam, 9 feet deep in the hold, with a
draft of 5 feet 4 inches. She is equipped
with oil fuel burning furnaces, and on
her trial trip easily made 10 knots an
hour on a fuel consumption of forty gal
lons per hour. It is estimated that the
vessel can be operated under ordinary
cruising conditions at a cost of 4% cents
per knot and with forced draft at 8
cents, per knot speed.
The Guard will take the place of the
old cutter Guard, which was lost a year
or two ago In Puget sound. The vessel
was engined under the plans of Chief
Engineer Charles A. McAllister of the
service, and her performances greatly
please the officials of the service at its
headquarters In the Treasury Depart
ment* I I I .
TEE SEASON WHY
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By Heath
<MtoO't> Tf)lNK_ net?. ONLY CHILD WAS 6ICK.
fffo HEAR. THIS WOMAN CRY?
t-SoT" "darling" IS A DOG VOO SEE j
&NO SHE'S AFRAID* HE'U- frlE o
(Copyright. 1913. by W. Werner.)
The Huffs had not lived one year in
Westmore before everybody knew that
Mrs. Huff was a very stingy woman. Not
stingy according' to the accepted West
more custom of saving in little ways in
order to make a great showing in some
big one, but genuinely stingy?the kind
of stinginess that everybody hates and
avoids.
It was too bad, for she controlled the
money, and .there was such a lot of it.
The Huffs had been gathering in their
wealth for generations and a goodly por
tion at last had got into the hands of
Eudora Huff. And apparently she would
keep it there so long as the last breath
of resistance against spending was in her.
In the end her daughter Amelia would
get it?that is, if she lived long enough.
Everybody was sorry for Amelia. She
was so plump, so fair, so soft. Not pretty,
but quite attractive and always gentle.
You knew the instant you saw her that
she would never oppose her mother.
Amelia Huff was a dove who unfortunate
ly had tieen hatched in an eagle's nest.
Not that Eudora Huff resembled an
eagl?s though she was as different as
possible from Amelia, except in age. She
might have been Amelia's elder sister as
far as that was concerned. She had been
married at sixteen and Amelia was born
a year later. So there was only seven
teen years between them, which was the
less obvious now that Amelia was thirty
nine. Eudora Huff was a small woman,
with big dark eyes and some tine, graying
hair gracefully curling about a delicate
oval face. It was a weak and a very
sweet face, but of course her looks belled
it. You couldn't love her looks when you
knew what lay behind them.
Upon coming to Westmore the Huffs
bought a house and furnished it with
a few things which they had brought
with them. They were very few, indeed,
and the house lacked a look of comfort.
The carpets were worn and the curtains
"Just hanging together," Miss Jewett
saiu. Miss Jewett was one of the first to
call on them, and after she had expressed
her opinion thoroughly a good many peo
ple decided to let them alone. As a rule
Westmore lives right up to the last penny
of its income each day. and it has no
patience with people who have a great
deal of money and will not spend it.
HE HAD ACCOMPANIED
HOME.
THEM!
The Huffs could have had everything,
yet they actually lacked things necessary ;
for their daliy comfort. Amelia did not
have all the clothes she wanted to wear
but she was sweet about It. She took (
everything calmly. When she was asked j
to Join the village improvement society I
she sighed once and shook her head. "I'm
afraid not. Mother wouldn't like it."
Mother, of course, wouldn't like It, be
cause of the dues. Everybody understood
the second year of their living in
Westmore Amelia got a beau. His name
was John Embray and he was fifty-five
and an old bachelor. He had always
worked hard and save his money and he
was very well to do. He had never fancied
women much, but the first time he met
Amelia and her mother at a social,
whither they had been lured by Miss
Jewett, he accompanied them home.
\fter that he just kept on with his atten
tions until Amelia began to blush when
ever his name was mentioned in her pres
?nee.
John had always been good to his
mother and his lame sister feue until the
day they died. They had cost him a lot.
too and probably kept him from marry
ing. People said that he would be good
to Amelia, who needed kindness, and
would appreciate it as much as any one
living And everybody was glad for
Amelia. Even Miss Jewett was willing
to help her get him, and Miss Jewett. as
a rule did not oelieve in marriage for
old or young. Miss Jewett was as sour
gg ^ green persimmon and always had
been
One day Miss Jewett got Mrs Huff
aside. "Well." she said. "I suppose you
I realize that you're going _to have a son
i in-law one of these days."
I Mrs. Huff lifted her eyes quickly and
then looked down. She caught her
breath In a liitle gasp. ?
"It's a splendid match for Amelia,
urged Miss Jewett.
??Yes?yes." Mrs. Huff murmured. She
never could be made to say more than
two words at a time.
"And you don't object T'
"Oh. no!"
"But she does. She objects like all
get-out," Miss Jewett said afterward,
i Her finger was in the pie now In
aarnest She went to Amelia- ^ our
mother says she doesn't object." she be
gaAt?*?Ha smiled vaguely. "Doesn't she?
You don't know mother." >.?. _
Mim Jewett exploded. Mf. think I do
know your mother, and I know you. I
hope you'll take him, Amelia. You're
entitled to some kind of life. And you
aren't all Huff, remember that. Make a.
stand for your rights when It cotnea to
your wedding clothes. Get a-plenty.
You'll never be a bride but once."
"I believe you're a good friend to me.**
she whispered.
"I'm the best friend you've got," crisd
Miss Jewett. And she felt she was at
that moment.
So by way of Miss Jewett everybody
seemed to be mixing up in Amelia Huff s
romance. They were all so anxiou* for
her to have one. poor thing, because they
all suspected what she underwent in pri
vate. It waa common talk that Amelia
always dismissed the butcher, the baker
and the candlestick maker with a gentl?
"Mother thinks we don't need any to
day."
And there was the affair of the foulard.
Mr. Briggs tried to sell her ail-silk fou
lard, but she chose the cotton foulard
J instead.
"Mother thinks thte will do " And her
mother was right beside her when she
was buying and said never a word.
"The old skinflint." Mr. Briggs said
AMELIA TURNED WHITE.
afterward. Miss Jewett heard him. MT
don't like to talk about a customer, but
Mrs. Huff is the limit.-'
"She ain't a customer," said Orley
Dobbs, who was hanging about the
counter. "Never buys anything, does
she?"
Mr. Briggs shook his head. "Never.
We poor folks don't see any of her
pennies. She keeps them where they'll
grow."
"Somebody ought to step in and marry
her," said Orley, "for her money. Sav
now!"
[ "She's married already?to her money,"
i sighed Mr. Briggs. "She'll have more
than she's got now when John Embrav
takes Amelia off h*>r hands. I suppos<
I Amelia does ???*. something She's fat,
John sure isn't marrying her for her
money. It'll be a good while before th?
oiu lady's done with it. And then she'll
make 'em put a pocket in her shroud."
However, Amelia was not marrit-d at
all, for her mother took John Em bray
herself. They slipped out to Branchvllie
on- day when Amelia was at a Sunday
seiiool picnic and came back married.
Orley I>obbs dashed up in his buggy and
shouted the news to Amelia ami Miss
Jewett Just as they were leaving the
picnic grounds. He had been to Branch
ville and with his own eyes had seen ths
doings of the guilty pair Miss Jewett,
for the first time in her life, opened her
mouth without any effect. Amelia turned
white and leaned against her
" He's made her do it." Amelia said.
"I've alwa3's been afraid of him. He's
so sharp."
"Your mother's sharp, too," said Orley.
"Mother's a fool." asserted Amelia.
There was quite a gathering at the
Huffs when the newly wed pair arrived.
John brought her right back after the
ceremony. She had to pack up her
things. She lad left so hurriedly that
she had not a garment packed. They
were going home to John's house.
John led her in and they faced Amelia.
Amelias soft face had set like cement.
It was curious how much of the Huff
look she had taken on. Miss Jewett
could not take her eyes off Amelia.
"Well," said Amelia, "so you think
you've outwitted me. John Embray."
John laughed. "I have, Amelia. You're
pretty cute, but I've been just one Jump
ahead. I reckoned it was time your
mother got set right in the eyes of this
town. But that couldn't be done until
she was my wife. Hold up your head,
Eudora. dear. You needn't be afraid,
now." Then he turned on Miss Jewett.
"I hear you've been circulating reports
about Eudora's stinginess, and how stu*
hung on to the Huff money and cramped
Amelia. Now the Hult money 1* all
Amelia's; her father left it to her, and
she does as she pleases with it. And
whatever she's done she's laid onto her
mother. And her mother dassen't ob
ject. You see. Amelia's all Huff, and her
mother never got to be one, though she's
lived with two of 'em most of her life.
There, Eudora. I guess that'll set you
right in the eyes of the community. And
now we'll go home and leave Amelia
with her possessions."
He bowed to Amelia and led Eudora
out.
And then Miss Jewett and th?- rest of
them got a surprise. For Amelia forgot
herself and treated them to such an ex
hibition of the Huff temper as convinced
them then and there that she had Just
as much right to the name as John
Embray had said.
(.THE END)
Jonadabs flan New Council.
The organisation of a new council bjr
the Independent Order Sons of Jonadab
on Capitol Hill is to be effected De
cember 18. according to an announce
ment made at a meeting of the John C.
Daley Council, No. 3, yesterday after
noon. at its hall. Yesterday's meet
ing was a continuation of a meeting held
Saturday night, at which eight candidates
were elected to membership. Among
those who made addresses on the good
of the order were Samuel De Nedrey,
B. F. Schubert, William J? I Laser and
Jehu C. Moore. gg

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