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Palace Rolls Up Set of 1.648
and Gootlfe'lows Get
Total of 1.624.
SHADE DOES SOME FIME
WORK IN ARCADE LEAGUE
Leads Individuals in All the Cir
cuits, With Scores of 136.
99 and 125.
?< in.in-i,r:? i\ imuvi.inb
I I X1.II-> ||?K tovk.iit
I
>nti??nnl < nplfnl I f ncuc?Fat
Men t?. Y. M. ?\ Fat Men's
alleys*.
T>!*trlf*t l.raKut?Ke*nlufc.s t s.
Royals. ? aMno alleys.
\road. I e?u ue?Imperial* \m.
\rrn(ilan?. Arcade alley*.
Commercial I.cajoie?llnhu vs.
H?>eke, Palace alleys.
5?nlhwett l<ea*n>e ? Alfamonta
vs Grand*. Lincoln.* vs. Parker,
Brldsret & Co., Sonfhnent alleys.
Terminal Railroad Y. M. C. \.
licague? Land and Industrial
Trainmen, I nlon station
alle> s.
Mercantile leacue?\\ashington
Hallway District National
Hank. Areade alleys.
Intercouuril League ? Potomac
??. Keanc. f arroll vs. Wash
ington. Palace alleys.
Post Office Department I.cajrue?
Postal savings vs. Station F,
Arcade alleys.
Departmental Dnckpin Leacue t
>avy > ard vs. t oinmissioncrs, '
Palace alle>?.
Southern Railway rpague Traf- '
flc vs. Mechanical, Freight vs.
Manager*, C ommerdal alleys.
Colonial Tenpin League?Con
tinentals vs. Iroquois, Palace
alleys.
Two sets of more than l.GOO were bowled
ist night. The Palace team in the Na
tional Capital League got one and the
?ioodfellows In th<- Arcade secured the
other. The total of the former was l.tHS,
and the latter got 1.&M.
The rolling of the Palace live was re
inarkably consistent. It was well over
;V>0 in each of its games, a score of 524
being its smallest. 335 pins were knocked
down in the rirst. then came the lowest
mark, after which 56t# was secured. Earl
J^ewis got the highest set rolled by any
member 01 the Palace Ave. His rirst
game found him with a score of 1'JD. and
ho hit the pin.v" for lo7 and 121 in his latt
tvfo, giving him a total of 3f?7. Michaud
atjd Krauss got the next best sets. Mi
? Uftu.l rolled one of 351, for which he had
-;ajnes ot 116, lt*> and 1<A?. and Krauss'
marks were ltrj, 107 and li?7. The Cap
itol Hihs were shut out by the Palace
Aggregation, they not winning a game,
though more than 50v pins were knocked
down in each.
Goodi'ellowb Roll for 1?624.
I he work of the Good fellows, like that
c>f Palace, was much above the- average
and was consistent. The first game
found the Goodfeilow s knocking down
pins* after which they fci to 5"J4 and
^'?0 in their last two. Shade was the
1 i?h man, not only of the Goodfellow;
but of all the circuit?- He beat Lewis*
bcore by three pins, his mark being W).
TAe ^rs* Samfe netted Shade a total c-r
lo6, while his last two scores were
and 125. "Pop" Halley roiled thr.-.; u-ood
-arnes?121, 107 and 120. for a sr-t of *i4ir.
The Mohawks, in the V. M. c. A.
league, made a clean .-weep in their
'natch with the Mohican.-, the roiling of
r.arl Biker being the main factor in the
\ ictory, he spilling i"! pins in his tirst
gam- , lo3 in hii> second and lis in his
third. The set netted him a score or 355.
llaima also roiI? <j well for the Mohawks
having scorcs ot 103. :?ti and 122, for a
&'--t of o-l. Hallebaugh eot the hii-hest
marks of any of tb- losing :ivt5-0?i.
' -*> and 1?*?. Price of the Title, Guarantv
Surety Company secured a .-vt or
?-37, for u hi oh h? rolled cam..- l:;:;
and C*7.
The scores:
y M. C A. DU* KPIN LEAGUE.
Mohicans. Mohawk..
-?*f. 2(!. ,'td. iw? ? ,j
llsillel.'h. OO 1_V> Hfi Heimutli. M* ?t" V
i*'i * . :k) ?ss Hanna... "???:; <*$ )
Litaan.. 1??J 80 80 L.Eiker.. l?>4 i.jj us
S?-S!*V,rs7, ?>. Toul,.. ':m SW BS
'(?Kb vMeji. set, E. Eifcer, :;5o.
W ASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO. LEAGUE
i ,.r'f .. Installation.
U'- "" Bak.r... :w ....
Ilto-je... >i st ..4 |,,nD?s.y M Wi
E l', ' 's ?- ?S nr. 10V
?? -> T?ri<* H.j ot
H.Burr.s. II. >2 SI >ri%ri.fr :<t ^7 i(i-j
Totals . l..t !4'j 44.; Totals . 441 477 ~4fly
lustrlb'itiun. (? in;in.rr i i.'
I.ark.:. . lfrj il2 ..,| y.
Mc<Jtir*a 7.1 SI Hart... . SI l.?; sS
K? n~l.il ... >4 ionnor?.. :?! >7 t.s
Mors:. KX? I.wi 1*1 Hr-r.* u:; lull ] 11.
. rrutu . ii.>2 Over^cker 1?XI 107
Totals . 44.; In. 4o0 Totals.. 4',1 &rj 4.X)
? ARHOI.L COUNCIL (K. OK ?'.) LEAGUE.
salTaiors. Colnmblan.
Is. u'^iert ??.?; ]17 Rwr-. s7 sr.
Morr . jy *44 1 h.ati .. Sr. s
1 'h- v- N': s.. N>ubeck. s>; 107 >4
I or,o !?i K.?.otz... >; fi.; v..
SI^Nlrkl- S7 M Mi-Laug'n si; SI ltc
Totals.. 431- 44^ 4ss Totals.. 440 47.7 117
MOUNT PLEASANT LEAGUE,
"nts. Ki.nv..os.
'. >nr' ^ Simmons. *Sl
lliiv.ti . 71 SO Si. Tayl.tr . Si. ..4 :C,
ilaas. .. '.-.j >tJ p.n> Hunt.... ?.?? if'
'..*V >?" W S9 ?iue.. .. 7:? >
>iri: Ln'a::a So i?4 101 <?r!iDvs . ;?'J '.>r\ l?'t
G.Cfcaco'a .. l>s i?7
rc-tal5.. 4iJo 44?.? 461 Total?.. 4.'J4 46.'
PATENT EXAMINERS* LEAGI K
Farmers. lnterf.-r.Qc-.
Ist-M'-:. . 1>1 71 Grind!''.. si!
Whirrh'n 7? 78 s ak7>
Q-i'.k'i.*: v. 12S SJ. n,Mjsn.n. >? .v? m
'.,f, j.,.', Morjcai;. . vj
I.'-w :s.. 11H liMi 98 Leniffion. lli> I"'.) s.?
Totals.. 17b 441 Totals.. 44?> 4?1 455
PATENT ATTORNEYS' LEAGUE
V J. Evann. E.Coleman.
Hnnt-m n v* 74 Fo-srl?-r.. S7 ss or,
?.?tr .. !'?? l?vj ',?7 Payne... 5'i 7s
A-'knan.. .'?? i?4 '.?7 Lyd:?n?- 77
,*.1' ? ? v ' K> 1<?4 Kist-raan. S7 sv s j
u rijrt . 01' l:? 10- ?"'la-riuT:. !?7 Ki 10.;
I.awson.. lt?? .s7 W
402 404 4^?? To:al?.. 471 431 4ttl
'Ti^iMAL TENl'IN LEAGl'E.
P.l^rlms KnlckerlKH-k'*ra.
Lednum. 173 1*10 pmee.. . 15C I7?? 12ft
Pur :;: 1^0 171 1T.7 P-t rrll. .. 1?~, jf,i
Shar*-.:'... 1107 !7."? Rost.tjar'n 1 im 170
./?fin* ... 1"*?4 182 1?*2 .>Iayuard. llo lti'j 1^0
HardS-... 172 16ft lftl Allison... 171 171 107
7S01 >;*o Totals . 777 S01 W6
l"il?:r'.3is won secund.
I DEPARTMENTAL TENPIN I.hAGlH
Navv.
Watson. . l.\s ]S2 104 Miller.... lo P..| lrt>.
liurmel.. 141 J2S# lor. Am?.Ia .. 11:; 17,7
. 1M 165 14'. ShijOty . 1 ?,7 u;r, 100
Hiir. .... if><; 17a l.V) mT>i>ui!**11 1 ? 17" ?,",7
F.-nex lb?.? 158 158 Fritz 172 16*.' l;?.
Totals.. 7%0 807 7N4 Totals.. 7l?l S56 -c.
ARCADE DUCK PIN LEAGUE.
lrt**d?^lJowj?. Iruiaannel^
Halley... 121 l??T 12D Poole !*; n?
Shade 180 00 125 <;rlnjfA... '14
Kins 114 101 1+4 Lvddaur. ??:, vt
Iflce 06 110 H16 I^nten... s? ??7 sit
YouDg.... 120 It) 01 Rich'dson luy ;>?.? ??5
Tot a is.. iit>4 524 5.S3 Totals.. 465 454 407
MERCANTILE DUCKP1N IJ5L%GUE.
W. L. & T. Co. T. is U (V?.
Doocb.... :?2 so s8 Price i;;f, j,,7 <>7
Itodler... 05 SO .V) F.C.Rose. ;?7 77
Vann 82 8:? CbalBott . 82 :?1 loi
Donellj.. 8t> !>?? J'."? I?uunin^. >?> v> .sii
Pord'^f . 107 lOO !?4 ? (i.K.-w'. 7!? J?1 J#:;
Totals.. 462 480 440 Totals.. 453 4>7 44b
IT'S UP TO THE FAN ^
lCopyright, 1014, by R. L. Riplej.
By Ripley
RECLAMATTON DCCKPIN LEAGUE.
!? A: S. M. X r.
s;: S3 i>tan?b'jrb - - S6 So
.??? SI :*4 MeCull'b. W v: ?4
Sla-k. ... V. 1"' IW> NurolH-w. So >"
Davis S4
Total? . -71 204 282 Totals.. 263 264 25i> j
P. A: S. won roll-off.
NATIONAL CAPITAL DUCKPIN LEAGUE. ,
I'ala -- Capitol Hill. j
Kr,!.^ . i??_' io7 107 MCornik 111 102 j
(,<...draan 11 :*> VanBus'k 90 110 106
r'j'v k 1"! H-- Blwillc.. 114 '.'4 1.10 I
Lewis.'.'.' 11-.* '"7 1-1 Stye 1i8 106 OS
Michaud. 116 106 100 Kreiger.. 03 Do 1'J ;
Total?.. 555 524 560 Totals.. 506 505 508
NAVY YARD DCCKPIN LEAGUE.
Erecting shop. B. M.
*t?rrie vc, !?rt S6 T raHim-'. S*.? S4
Curtis.".". 77 "?? 1?> Hough... 95 113 9i
SKEr. '"i .iS '? 2S&:: ? 8 S?
Fuller. ?! ? *???;; * w _M
Totals.. 451 462 496 Totals.. 476 4fi5 449
DLSTIUOT PUCKPTN LEAGUE.
Newcomers. Toledos.
1 Hitches. H'1 ? Fowler... 97 88 S8
Sn?-ad... l'-> 1 *l" >?> Hurler... ^2 103,
YV.-rnt/,. . 95 112 100 Everett.. 119 94 1041
Wlllam*. 114 itl 9."? I^tliiri 112 86 110
Harlow. - 89 100 11-' Loveless. 100 118 10?
G.Hughes 98
Totals.. 512 4'.?4 495 Totals.. 520 478 512
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE.
Wm. Hanu A- Co. Hoeke & Co.
Geier.... 91 1"- 101
Borman.. 9:> s7 90
Hahn 91 102
Whiek... 7;' 94 lot 1-or felted.
Sohauld.. 98 88 112
Total?.. 435 462 509
PARDNEB HOME FIRST.
I
Bedwell Entry Beats Small Field in
Charleston Feature.
CHARLESTON, C. . February 0.- !
II. G. Bed well's five-year-old Pardner, j
ridden in a matter y manner by Joe-key j
Smythe, annexed t!i*? Columbia selling |
stakes fur three-year-olds and upward at j
a mile and seventy yards at Palmetto ;
Park yesterday afternoon, beating a |
small Held of uistancers. P. Hymans'
Royal Meteor, a receding favorite in the
betting, just lasted long enough to take
the place from Counterpart. Smythe
took the Cunard offspring in behind the
pace until the turn it'to the stretch, and j
then let him out, winning by a length
from Royal Meteor.
Large fields went to the post in the
majority of the raccs, and some spirited
sport was in order. Form players got
an even break with the layers, three, of
the favorites coming home in front, while
the majority of the winners were well
supported.
The summaries:
First race, purse. $30o; maiden two-year-old
fillips: three ind one-half furlong*?Finale, 110
n.onnoliyt, i-O 1, 6 to 5 and 3 to 5, won:
i;iuiagard??. 104 'Turner*, 2~> to 1, 8 to 1 and 3
to i, second; Yellow Flower. 104 (Hall), 20 to
I. to 1 and ?"5 t<> 5. third. Time, 0.43 1-5.
Kewp.r. still Day. Gerthelma, May Shaw, Paid
ir. Full and Ail-do alBo ran. May Shaw and
V. : .w Flower. Davis entry.
race. .-eillng; purse, $300; tbree-year
. and up. fiv..- and ont-haif furlongs?Prota
goras, :#3 (Neander}, -0 to 1. b to 1 and 4 to 1,
1 won: Dust Pan, 103 (Obert), 10 to 1, 4 to 1
1 and II to 1, second; Tony W.. 106 (Pickett), 7 to
1 to - and out. third. Time, 1.09 2-5. Auto
Maid, 1 !a~k. John Marrs, Rummage, Stucco,
L.v iy Ii;;:.k:n tnd Country Boy also ran.
Thir l r>i. e. the Columbia selling stakes: purse,
51 ?i: thr<??--year-olds and up; mile and seventy I
yards?I'ardii.-r. 110 tSmythe), 7 to 2, 1 to 3 |
?n'J our, won; Royal Meteor. lOO (McTaggartt, I
7 to !'?>, 1 t.? 0 and out, second; Counterpart,
:<?* ? Neaudert, is '?> 1. 3 to 2 and out, third, j
"i :me, 1.47 2-5. Elwah also ran. Pardnt-r and:
Flash. Bedwell entry. 1
Fourth the Harbor handicap; purse, $400; I
forve yt-ar olds and ui?; one mile?Celesta, 102 i
? M>-Tairgar: ? . to J. even and 1 to 2. won: Joe I
f>.i(?;? f?;oose>. 10 to 7 to 5 and 1 to 2. i
second; John Furlonc. ios (Martin), 7 to 1, to j
and even, third. Time, 1.41. Locbiel, Ella
Bryhon, De^rsit and Ivan Cardner also run.
i iftu ra-v-, selling: pur^. $300; three-year- |
'?l-.S and five an.j a half furlongs?Skeets, |
107 ' Mrlntyrc . 60 to 1, U0 to 1 and 8 to 1.
v,?r;; I.urla. 10*< tRt?htm!re?. 4 to 5, 7 to 20
out. seennd; Viley. Iu7 (Callahan). 40 to 1.
J t.? l and I r 1. third. Time, 1.08 3-5. Jack
K-lli'is'-'. Bye Straw, Deduction. Laura, Bat
Masterson. <;ore??:->is and Cotnin? Coon also ran.
Sixth race. ???ll:ne; pnrse. $300; thr?e-year
olds an.i up: mile und twenty yards?Buzz
Vrt.und. v" (Smythe), 11 to 5. 4 "to 5 and 2 to
win: T> Nun Da. 111! (Buxton), 8 to 1, 4 to
and 9 t-~? ??-cond; Pliant, 110 (Ferguson),
:o I, 3 to 1 a1:.| s to 5. third. Time,
.41 :Prospect Kinder Lou, Henrietta W.,
I.ady lunoeenve, Tay Pay und Port Arlington
also ran.
JUNIOR PREPS WIN.
Eefeat the Gonzaga Reserves by a
Score of 20 to 7.
The tieorjfftown Junior ]*rrpdefeated
the Gonzaga Reserves yesterday in the
Ryan gymnasium. ?_'?? to 7. The same
was hard fought and the Junior Preps
irot their big lead in a final spurt toward
the end of the second half. The guard
j in? of Mink and the floor work of Dean
, v>.rc features Rirm played the best all
I round game for Gonzaga. I.ine-up:
| Junior Preps. Position. Goozaga.
T.? ft forward Regan
; l>-vy K;uht forward King
'?deer ?V::ter Donosrhue
Mink ... "/eft ruard Cianey
Mllstead K'.yht m:ard Brady
Substitute?Arias r Mi]>tead. Goals from the
f oor?Fcker ?3i. I-.,: Mink '2'. Levy.
iK'iioughue, Ganey. ?,..als from foul?Ucker (4),
I M?noutrhue Referee ? Prof. Joyce. Timer
Mr. Traeey. G- nzaga. Seorer?Mr. Ferguson,
Georgetown Preps.
Recruits Sign With Braves.
BOSTON*, February Signed contracts
of Oscar J. Dugey of Waco, Tex., and
Joseph C. Schultz of Baltimore, both in
fielders, have been received by the Bos
ton National League club. Dugey played
with Waco last year. Schultz was with
tin Toronto Internationals.
FEDERALS ARE THREATENED
WITH CHARGES OF FRAUD
Organized Base Ball Will Bring Secret Service
Department Into Action at Next
Week's Meeting.
NEW YORK, February C?.?Organized
base ball hopes to crush the Federal
Leagrue next week.
The most stupendous gathering in the
history of the national pastime will be
seen in this city at that time. The an
nual spring meetings of the National,
American and International leagues are
booked then, and in addition the National
Association?or governing body of all the
various minor circuits?has been called
into conference.
At the conclave will be presented the
reports of a secret service department,
which for the big organization has trailed
every movement of the independents since
their aspirations were first announced.
The organization Intends to light the
invaders with their own weapons. They
will try to prove the opposition guilty of
fraudulent practices. All those players
who showed disrespect for major league
reserve in order to sign Federal League
contracts, and then jumped back to the
clubs which held options on their serv
ices, will be arrayed against the opposi
tion
Affidavits from these men have been
prepared, showing that their "loyalty" to
the organization was influenced by soft
words and promises immediately forgot
ten. Indeed, if the Federal League de
cides to carry its case as far as the law
courts, organized base ball stands pre
pared to prosecute its officials for fraudu
lent practices.
King: Cole Storm Center.
"King Cole" of the Yankees is likely
to become a central figure in the storm.
He openly accuses President Gilmore of
deceptiun. In a letter to Charles Weegh
man, president of the Chicago Federals,
| the Michigan barber yesterday accused
I Gilmore of affixing a false date to the
I document he signed. Furthermore, he ac
1 cuses Gilmore of retaining private corre
spondence that had been shown him.
"I shall play with the New York
American League club this year," Cole
wrote Weeghman recently. "About the
middle of December I received a letter
from Mr. Farrell asking me what I
thought was fair In the way of salary.
December 23, 1913, I wrote Mr. Farrell
telling him that I would be glad to play
under Mr. Chance's management and of
fering to come for a salary which r
named in my letter. January 2, 1014, I
received a telegram from Mr. Farrell in
which he accepted my offer.
"I told Mr. Gilmore of the Federal
League exactly what had happened be
tween Mr. Farrell and myself," the let
ter continued, "and 1 told him about the
offer T had made Mr. Farrell. T showed
him the telegram accepting my offer.
Mr. Gilmore assured me that Mr. Farrell
had waited too long before accepting my
offer, and he made the same statements
to the newspapers later.
"Mr. Gilmore was very urgent and on
his advice I signed contracts with the
Federal League. These contracts were
signed after the 2d of January, and after
I had showed Mr. Gilmore Mr. Farrell s
telegram accepting my offer. When the
Federal Leaguo contracts were made up
Mr. Gilmore said that to avoid trouble he
would date them December 30, 1913. Al
though I have asked for them, I have not
been given copies of the Federal League
contracts.
Yankee Contract Binding.
"After it was given out to the papers
i that I had signed with the Federal
i League T received a letter from Mr. Far
! roll in which he said that he understood
j that he had . oinding contract with me.
j I then consulted my lawyer, who advised
i me that I had made a contract with Mr.
I Farrell. This being the case, there is
\ nothing for me to do but to live up to
| the contract tirst made, and I propose to
' play for Mr. Farrell's club on precisely
J the terms T offered in December and
i which he accepted in his telegram. T
j am instructing my lawyer in Chicago to
j return to the Federal league the advance
j payment I received from them."
j Cole has declared lie was willing to
! corroborate every statement of his Tct
j tor under oath. He insinuated also that
! through signing with the Chicago Fed
. erals and under agreement to play in the
I Windy city these promoters intended to
shunt him off to St. Louis, against which
town he had a decided aversion. It is
claimed by friends of organized ball that
Killifer of the Phillies and Kirkpatrick of
the Dodgers had experiences quite simi
lar to those of Cole. A somewhat strange
and significant circumKtance, however, is
the fact that since Farrell notified Gil
more of his acceptance of Cole's terms
the "King" has never been bulletined as
Federal League property.
Next week's big base hall conclave here
is bound to develop some sort of "show
down." The attitude of the Federal
Leaguo in the meantime may shape the
ultimate action. Ban Jonnson's policy
will tind the hearty indorsement of the
American League. He advocates a wide
berth of the law, and the majors can get
possession of all the desirable talent.
GOLF
"NATURE MAKES THE
BEST HAZARDS"
A correspondent writes to ask if I
would inform him and other members
of the intelligent golfing public why
it is that such a change has occurred
of recent years in the Ideals of the
layers-out of courses, "and al?o why
golf is being made more and more
difficult for the ordinary players,"
says Horace Hutchinson in the Lon
don Telegraph. "Golf courses which
were laid out, say, eight or ten years
ago are not now apparently up to date,
and they have to be entirely altered,
with bunkers abolished in the fairway
and placed at the sides, or guarding the
green."
Therein the correspondent asks a ques
tion and makes an assumption. Taking
first the latter?namely, that golf is being
made more and more difficult?we have
to ask if this is really so. The trouble
on most courses is that the side hazards
and the hazards guarding the green, ev
ery kind of floral hazard?and. indeed,
almost all hazards except the good old
sand bunker or some form of petrified
abomination, such as a hard hi^h road
or a gravel pit?are being gradually work
ed away and worried to death by the
golfer with his heavy foot and his niblick,
so that the cry has been for some time
past that courses are growing too easy,
and, in consequence, pot bunkers have
been sc&tte;ed about, like the stars in
the milky way, along the sides of the St.
Andrews fairway, to take the plat e of the
poor whins which have abandoned the
unequal struggle for existence; also
guarding bunkers are being deposed ev
erywhere, to give interest to the approach
to putting greens both on seaside and
inland courses.
I am afraid that we cannot grant
the assumption that "golf is being made
more and more difficult." Difficulties aro
being introduced in order to take the
place of difficulties which have vanish
ed, but the latter we:e more In number
than the former will ever be, and were,
generally, of a more formidable character.
So much?unless, indeed, our correspond
ent cares to "play the like"?for the
assumption. We may now discuss the
question.
Why is the character of courses be
ing altered? Why are bunkers being
taken out of the fairway and placed
at the sides of the course, and so as
to guard the greens? This is the gist
of the question, it is quite true that
all this in being done, and the answer
is, that it is being done in obedience
to what appears to be the Inevitable
law of the human pendulum's swing
that when we have gone to an extreme
in one direction we are bound to come
back with something of a rush in the
other. Some ten or twenty years ago,
and in the years between the dates thus
indicated, the professional's idea of lay
ing out a course (and a great many
courses were professionally planned?a
great many by the same professional?
about that period which was not long
after the beginning of the big 'golf
boom) consisted in running a. straight
bunker across the line to catch a man
if he topped his tee shot, and a second
of precisely the same character to catch
him if he topped his second.
STRAIGHT DRIVE.
Newark Players Ordered to Report.
NEW YORK, February 5.?The players
of the Newark club, of the International
League, have been ordered to report for
spring training to Manager Smith, at
Columbus. Ga? February
STEAMSHIPS.
Potomac River Landings
AND BALTIMORE.
Steamers leave 7th st. wharf for Baltimore and
river points Monday. Wednesday and Saturday, 4
p.m.; arrive Baltimore second morning out. Leave
j Baltimore. Pier 'J, Light st.. Monday, Wednesday
; and Saturday. ft p.m.; arrive Washington second
morning out. River freight prepaid. i*stf??uger
service first-class. Freight received until 3:45
p.m. on sailing days.
JOS. P. STEVENSON, Ag-nt.
Maryland. Delaware- and Virginia Rwy. Oo.,
Telephone Main 74ft. 7th st. Wharf.
Quirt Trips for the Hough Season. ||
' ALGIERS, GREECE, ITALY. AUSTRIA. 1=
; S. 8. Martha Washington, Kaiser Franz Joseph I,
! etc. Sailings WEDNESDAYS or SATURDAYS.
. 8 p.m. through bookings to CHINA, JAPAN,
INDIA and the FAR EAST. PHELPS BROS. A
CO.. G. \.. 17 Battery place. N. Y. ' EVERY
TRIP A TOUR."
STEAMSHIPS.
STEAMSHIPS.
LONDON?PARIS?BREMEN
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AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
"lrustees* Sale of Valuable Real
Estate, loo Feet Front by 144
F'eet Deep to a 30-ioot Alley,
Improved by a Large Brick
Garage, Known as No. 51 Eye
St. N.E.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in equity
cause No. 32314, we, the undersigned trustees,
will sell at public auction, in front of the
premises, on TUESDAY, THE SEVENTEENTH
DAY OF FEBRUARY. A.D. 1?14, AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premises, situate in the cit>
I of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and
: designated as and being lots 61, 62, 03, t>4 ami
j 6."?, In J. H. Thompson, trustee's, subdivision of
1 square 676, as per plat recorded in Liber W. F.,
' folio 109, of the records of the ofliee of the
surveyor 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 iu
j two equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with interest at 6 per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust uj>on the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $300 will be required
of the purchaser at the time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording and notarial fees at the
cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to bo
complied with within fifteen days from day of
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right
to resell the property at the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser, after live days' ad
vertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published in the city of Washington. D. C.
DANIEL W. BAKER.
RUDOLPH B. BEHREND.
feft-d&ds.eSu Trusters.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Horses, Carriages and Har
ness to Close an Estate.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
At Weschler's,
920 Pa. Ave. NAV.,
Saturday, at 12 O'Clock Noon,
Including
3 Horses. 2 Phaeton Buggies, 1 Victoria, 2 Sur
reys. 1 Glass-inclosed Station Wagon, 5 Broush
ams, 1 Five-glass Landau, 2 Runabouts, Single
and Double Harness, Liveries, Rubber Goods,
etc. Also Pair Horses, Ext.-front Brougham
and Harness.
Terms cash.
fe5&l? ADAM A. WESCHLER. Ami.
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
THOS. J. OWEN Sc SON. Auctioneers.
TRI STEF.9* SALE OK VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. NO. 613 CO- !
LUMBIA ROAD N.W.
By virtue of ? certain deed of frost duly re- '
corded in Liber No. 333$. folio 211 et sen >.f j
the land records of the District of Columbia. <
and at the request of the partv secured there- 1
by. the undersigned trustees will ?eU at public j
auction, in front of the preiu;?#s. <>n FRIDAY
THE SIXTH DAY OF I FKR! ARV, A d! I
1!>14. AT TOUR THIRTY O"CLOCK ?.M . the |
folIowing-descrlbcd bind nnd premiss situate
in the District of Columbia. and designated as I
and being lot 63. in bWk 2. in Xt*dlwagen
and Hcald, trustees' subdivision of blocks
numbered 2 and 3. in * s-ivniz'-o Park " as per
plat recorded in the office of ;i,e surveyor for
?be District of ?.ol?inb?n. in L>ber <". rntr <* at !
folio 73. together with thi improvements " '
Terms of s.ve. One-thlrd of the purchase ?
money to N- paid in cash. balance in three !
equal installments, payable in one. tiro Hnd
three years, with interest at <S per .vntum per ;
an mm. payable semi-annually, from dav ,.f sn'e
secured by deed of trust upon the prop??rtv soid* !
or a\\ cash, at the option of the purchaser V '
deposit of $100 will be required at time ,.f sale
All canveyancing. recording, etc.. at cost of ;
purchaser. Terms of sale to be comnlied with I
within fifteen days from day of sal,-, otherwise
the trustee re-t-rves the right to r< -. !] tha !
property at the risk and cost of defaulting 1
purchaser, after five days* advert is??meut of 1
such resale in some newspaper published in !
Washington. D. C.
NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST CO
By WM. D. HOOVER. Present
Attest: CHARLES K. NTMAN
ja27-d*ds.exSu
Secretary.
PUTIRE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN & So.\. ,\i ( ITONEERST ;
rBrsrKK s sauj or \ vlt-abix imj-kovel.!
REAL ESTATE. NO. 17it) N STRFF1 '
NORTHWEST. !
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duir re- i
corded in Lil^r No. 3343. folio TO et sec., of
the land records of the District of Columbiai'and '
at the request of the party secured thereby the '
undersigned trustee will sell at public aucfbui
in front of the premises, on FRIDAY T1H !
THIRTEENTH DAY OF FERKf A BY \ D 1?!4 ,
AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the foi
Iowlng described land and premises, situate in
the city of Washington. District of Columbia
and designated as and beinc lot numbered six'v
seven <67i in William H. Walker and Frank B
Za bin's subdivision of lots in square numbered
one hundred and fifty-eight (l."*S?. as said s b
di\is1on is recorded in the surveyor's offi.-e ft.r
the District of Columbia, in Book No. 3o, pace
138. together with th? improvements, consisting
of ? four-story brick dwelling, 17o9 N st. n.w.
Terms of sab*: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cas-.Ii. balance iu two equal
installments, payable in one and two years with
interest at per eeuttnn per annum, pava'le
semi-annually, from day of pah-, *e. ure<i bv'deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash at !
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of j.'Ou '
will be required at time of sale. All conve\ - !
ancing. recording, etc.. at c? st of purchaser I
Ttrms of sale to be complied with withiu lift. en
days from day - f sale, otherwise tt.? trustee |
reserves the right to resell the property at the ?
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after xive I
days* advertisement of such resale in s>ine news- '
pap^r published in Washington. D. C.
AMERICAN SECURITY SECURITY AND TRUST
COMPANY. Trustee
By t HARLES .T. BELL. President!
Attest: JAMES F. IIOOD. Secretary.
feii-d&ds.eSu
TIIOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF \ ALU ABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. PREMISES NO. 2*01* 14th
STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dulv re
I corded in Liber No. 26T>4, folio 303 et seq.. of the
I land records of the District of Columbia, and
' at the request of the party secured thereby, the
' undersigned trustees will sell, at puhlic auc
tion. in front of the premises, on THURSDAY
THE TWELFTH DAY OF FEBRUARY. A.D.
1914. at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
th"1 following described land and premises, situ
ate in tiie city of Washington. District of Co
lumbia. aud designated us and be'ng lot num
bered thirty (30>. in Barr and Sanner's sub
division of lots numbered eisrht <S"t and nine <9>,
in block numbered thirty-three (33>, "Columbia
Heights," as per plat recorded in the office of
the surveyor of the District of Columbia in
Book County No. 9, at folio 39. together with
the improvements, consisting of a three-story
brick dwelling.
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 3',4 per centum per annum.
i payable semi-annually, from day of sale, se
cured by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all ca.-h. at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $300 will be required at time of
sale. All couvcyancing, recording, etc.. at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied
with within fifteen days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustees r-serve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such
resale in s??me newspaper published in Wash
ington, D. <J.
HARRY C. BIRGE, Trustee,
I32d N. Y. ave. n.w.
TAMES J. LaMPTON. Trustee.
ja31-d&ds.eSu 7^4 l'th st. n.w.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALU
ABLE PARCEL OF GROUND,
KNOWN AS "ROSEDALE."
FRONTING ON NEWARK,
O R D W A Y AND 36TH
STREETS, AND ADJACENT
TO "CLEVELAND PARK."
THIS PROPERTY IS ONE OF THE HIS
TORIC HOMES OF Tni; DISTRICT. BEING
IMPROVED BY A DWELLING BUILT BY GEN.
URIAH FORREST BEFORE THE FOUNDING
OF THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. AND SINCE
OCCUPIED CONTINUOUSLY BY HIS DE
SCENDANTS IT IS ON HIGH GROUND
OVERLOOKING THE POTOMAC. THE CITY
OF WASHINGTON AND THE SURROUNDING
COUNTRY. AND ARTISTICALLY LAID OUT
j AND WELL SODDED. NO MORE BEAUTIFUL
! LOCATION CAN BE FOUND. AND "ROM
J DALE" OFFERS GREAT ATTRACTIONS FOR
, ONE WANTING A HOME SURROUNDED BY
.SPACIOUS GROUNDS WHICH THOUGH
I WITHIN THE COUNTRY IS AT THE SAME
TIME BUI A FEW MINUTES' DRUE FROM
(THE HEART OF THE CITY. THE PROP
ERTY IS ALSO UNUSUALLY WELL ADAPTED
I FOR SUBDI\ ISION PURPOSES.
| The undersigned, trustees by virtue of a de
i cree of the Supreme Court of the District of
I Columbia passed on December 11. 1913. in
i equity cause No. H1732, and as trustees under
I the will of Osceola C. Green, deceased, will
offer for sale on the premises 011 WEDNESDAY
THE ELEVENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY. I91L
AT FOUR O'CI/.KTK P.M.. the following real es
tate in the District of Columbia, known as
"Rosedalc." and described as follows: Begin
ning at the uortheast corner of 36th and New
ark streets and running thence east on Newark
street seven hundred and forty <740> feet, thence
north five hundred and ten (510) feet to Ordway
street, thence west on Ordway street seven hun
dred and forty feet (740? feet to 36tb street,
and thence south on 3Gth street five hundred and
ten <510> feet to tie beginning, containing 377.
400 square feet of ground, more or less.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase monev
to be paid in cash and the balance in two
equal installments, payable In one and two
years from day of sale, and to be represented
bv the p:v?missory notes of the purchaser bear
ing interest at the rate of six per centum
per annum, payable semi-annually, and secured
by deed of trust en the property sold, or all
i cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de
posit of twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500) re
I quired at time of saic. Conveyancing and re
cording at cost of purchaser. If terms of sale
I are not complied with within thirty daye fn?m
day of sale the trustees reserve the right to
advertise and resell the property at the risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser.
WILLIAM A. GORDON.
J. HOLDSWORTH GORDON.
Trustee*
Ootury Md<r.. 412 Stli ?t. n.W.
THOS. .1. OWEN" & SOX. Auets.
J>30-d*,lbs.?.Su
C. G. SLOAN Si CO.. INC.. A acts., 110T S St.
Trustee and Executor's Sale
OF
Diamonds, Jewelry, Household
and Personal Effects,
Upright Piano, Etc.,
AT
PUBLIC AUCTION.
Within Our Rooms, 1407 G St.,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7,
1914, AT 10 A.M.,
By Order of the Washington
Loan and Trust Company,
Trustee and Executor of the
Estate of Ann A. Cornish,
Embracing, in part. Pair Solitaire Diamond
Earrings. Solitaire Diamond Rings. Diamond
Scarfplus, Diamond and Opal Ring. 18-kt. Gold
Hunting-case Watch, Gold Bracelets, Pendants,
Lorgnette and Chain, Studs, Cuff Links, Lock
I ets., etc., etc.
ALSO
I Upholstered Furniture. Japanese China and
I Bronze?, Oil Paintings. "Gen. Grant" and "Stan
j ton"; Crown Piano and Stool. Clocks, Carpetn
! and Rugs, Imported Bric-a-Brac. Engraviugi,
Dining Room Suite. Plated Ware. Cut Glass,
China and Glassware, Cutlery, Brat-s Bed, Bed
ding, Mahogany Bedroom Suite, etc., etc.
NOW ON VIEW.
Terms?Cash.
fe3-4t C. G SLOAN & CO.. INC.. Aocts.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
CARPETS. RUGS ETC.. BY PUBLIC AUCTION
TO PAY STORAGE, CLEANING AND
OTHER CHARGES.
Ou SATURDAY. FEBRUARY FOURTEENTH.
1914. within the salesrooms of Adam A. Wesch
ler. i>20 Pa. ave n.w.. I will sell bv public
auction. COMMENCING AT TEN 0*'CL0CK
A.M.. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs. Mattresses and
Pillows stored with the Stumph Ac Lyford Co.,
Inc., Nos. 631 to 63!) Mass. ave. n.w., in the
following names: C. H. Sengstack. J. M. Can
non. W. W. Wivel, J. T. Blair, Stumph A
Lyford, Inc.. E. C. McGraw, It. E. Youart
L. C. Williams. T. W. Bramhall, M Me
Namara, C. S. Keller, E. A. Adamson, J. E.
Stewart. Mrs. M. E. Foot, Mrt. Fleishell. W
T. S. Irvine. Dr. J. J. Lally. Mrs. L. E.
Rowles. Dr. W. E. Handy, Mrs. F. Magulre.
Mrs. K. Itawley, Mrs. Merrell, Mrs. E. Sulli
van, Mrs. G. Johnson, Mrs. Merrick. R. Jones.
C. H. McHugh. A. S. Palmer. W. E. Stumph,
J. W. Swayze. J. A. Thomas. Mrs. E. Vaughn.
All parties interested will please take notice.
Terms cash. JAMES M. PROCTOR.
Trustee In Bankrutcy,
Stumph A Lyford, Inc., Columbian Bldr.
Ja?S.fe5
AUCTION SALES
Fl TI'HK IMI*
C. ?. ."LOAN .V ? ??. <1NC ' A< H<" '? ?' ?
UNUSUALLY LARC.E AND
ATTRACT!VK SALE
- OF
Household Goods. Diamond and
Other Jewelry, Cut Glas->
and China, Paintings, \ i* -
tor Talking Machine. Willi
About J50 Records; Mirror-.
Cutlery, Etc.. from the Estate
of Ann A. Cornish. Washington
Loan ?.V Trust Company, Execu
tor: the Sabin Estate. Private
Owners and < )ther>,
ALL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Within Our Rooms,
1407 G Street, on
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7.
1914. AT 10 A.M.,
KM Bit At IN'i
Diamond Earrings. I' m.??? ?!* ILc I? r
Scarf Fins. <iold I> ? ? >?. Wat-tit*. P.-udani .
< hh:tl:i, Cuff 1 inks-. ? I
AJ >< l
Mitfion Oak Din'ng n-.-i. Mi ;? Iratta-T l?ick??r
Electroliers. Flue * ?-i Patent lbx-krrt,
Sectional l?"- :,v Oil Pair
ings, "Gen. Graut" and Enamel an
Brass P<d?. C>:t <;!;?*??. <"l :-"<n Ch?ua. F>e
Sets and Bri a -Urae. Ma.v-.:i-.y Pliim
litn.uj Suite, WK'k..r <'hai?. B ? ? .- ? .Mli
ror. Fine t o-'K>. Alape , ?';ik ?iiin Whit' Eohii>?".
Bureaus and Chiffoniers-. Wardr-'bes. Stoves, L>a*
etiports. ft''., etc.
AESO
Oil Paintings by Ambrose M smell. l?lnK sold to.
storage chargrs.
AND, AT 12 M.t
Automobiles, il??rsft?. Carriage*.
Terms car-h.
f>:, '2X O. G. SLOAN Sr ? '"? (Ine.V Auct#
ADAM A. nmilLEB. AFCT1? >N El-U
Large Sale of Household and Of
fice Furniture, Pianos, Carpets,
Rugs, Etc., als<? Horse-;. Car
nages. Etc.. to Close an Estate,
l'.Y PUBLIC AUCTION,
at W'eschler's,
920 Pa. Ave. N.W .,
SATURDAY. COMMENCING
AT 9:30 A.M.,
Including Bradbury Fpright Piano. M^ho^any
l?initijc U.-ioi i*im\ Mahogany uni Birch Bed
room Suites, oak Dressers. Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes. Mahtwrauy. Claw-foot Extension Tab^
an-I leather <"hairs. Side boards. Buff- Exte"
sion Tables. China Closets. Dining Ik?orn <bair?.
Double and Twin Brass Beds. MaMrtww an>l
i Blauketfi. Eeath.-r Oiair* and RoeUurs. V> *T,\
'robe- Hall Rack*-. Parlor Suites, Couches. I-old
, intf Beds. I lefricerat.>;?*?. !???? R?-i?*s, Meat Blocks.
Show Cases. Carpets and Ruffs. Oak Roll-top
Desks and Office (hairs. File Cabinets, Ind.>\
Card Case*. linok<*aaet?. ~-t Bait>C? Plat B?>?>:.>
;ind Assessment I?--ks for D. of C A1m> 1-e
Harness. Dressing, Soap. M- tal polish. Duster-;.
25 dozen assorted Whips. Groceries. -t<.
At 12 O'Clock Noon,
Automobiles, 3 Horses, 5 Brough
ams, 1 Landau, 2 Phaeton Bug
gies, 2 Surreys, \ ictoria, 2 Run
abouts, Station Wagon, Single
and Double Harness. Livencs.
Whips, Etc.
Terms: O.J.. _%IVAM A_ nt-s, UU |, A!? ,
r?j7sLOAX & CO.. 1M-. a I CIS.. 1407 G
TRPSTFKS* SALE 'IF V.M.UABL1. TMr*iiO\EL
REAL ESTATE. NO. -IT Hit sr. N.E.
Bv virtue of e?*rtai!i decrees passed -n toe Tt*?
and the -Ml. days .f January. B'll. J W ?
i miKf :;i!2r.'.L Thomas v. Thomaa, the \w<Jf
fiRnnd "will offer for salr at
of rtu- premlsos. on Tl KM'AV thk
TENTH DAY OF FEBHUARY l.'U. AJ. i
O'CIOCK P.M. *?bp f.dlowme d'?'-nbed r-"
!' ?V.- Jit....,' in .!.? r!.y "f W.*htwtoD. '? ?? ;
District. Tli.: Part of lot nnmb-rr'd ?'w'?
b.:.?rc cumt*T?! ulnf bundr^l ?nd '
t?*b6i, described as follows: Beginning for UJ
hi die at the ?ontbw?st corner ol ?aid lot
,7) and runolnc thctire north with hn 1JJ.
,.f F!eventli atre??t east oftoru "' * f.?;
inches ? tbencr* east ouo hundred arid tilnef n
?*o an ail^y thirtv f?-et wide: thence eoutb ?
U "JrJ '.ucht= to tie Woti.-l?t wrr-cr M ?.?
lot tseven; the nee west one hundred and u.ue.c
^i?i"
m-nt? at vdo ?"'! two y-?n. H.th lnt.Tft J.t Ji
p.-r ceutun. |*tr aaauai l?yaM? ?-m. anu...illf
from th~ day ??l?. atvl secured l?T J- J
trust -U th.- ftooerty V
pufhaa^r'a optiou. A d.-r-slt "f $l.Ji' ? ? ' ?
flulr^d at tho tint- ?f ?*le. A'I '"5 ? ;
-ccordius will ?t ?Si* purcbtser t .. To ?
io b,. wrapl.od witU witUlu i-n
the trustees reserve the richi to at lb. -?
^ uf ,a' "j'S'hs^^driT:^.
<;i2 V ft. r.w .
IRVING WlI.LlAM>t?N.
Colomb'.au buiM.Ti^
! ia29-Utt..Su _ -
i ' AUAM A. WESCHEEK. ALCTloNFtR
; CXRPETS A\'D RUGS BY A] ? Tl' JN T< ? ? ^
1 * <-ToU \ijK AND CLEANING 1 i 1AK'? E^- _
On s\TFRDAY. FEBKFARY FOLRTEENTH.
i?i4. Commencing at ten t/CLOt ik a.m..
; I will tell by pnb'.i. auction, at ^ ?,lf
??0 Pfnna ave. n.w.. Carpets aud Ru;o ? w.rj
: me to li cleaned or stored in tb- f-;llo^Tur
t" -a : Mt.. Mtz. Flt^tald
SMu/C 4'- ^ : gi-3
Al! parties interested wil. jdeafe tat l? .
Te"p HtNKFJ * CO.. 4SS M?:ac *"?
laag.as.rii.f^'i.'*'*'10 3.1
ADAM A. WESCHLEU. AI CTlONEER.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF
TWO VALUABLE Al -
TOMOBILE TRUCKS.
? ^ drx?.hi.,!". .aSTT-0^!-"
SSmCK?*OON.D the followius .utoo^Wl
?SM%?rl*? Fi<?t. and ot>" K-JI? Tb?e-?o.
T-?- ""iiASMBt. W. BAKKB. ,vi
UUDOLWI B BKHRKNI.^
f?.-,.d&dby.eSu Llli_
T110S. J. OWEN & SON, AFCTIONEERS.
TRINTEES' S KEF. OF VAET'ABI^E ^^25^
VJIl F'iTATK. CONSISTING OI* A TV,O'
STORY FltAME DWELLING, SITl ATE l*
By vTrfuo^Tr ?Attain.U??lI < ??? ^ ^
SJtoLd'SeSSSr ??'?? T>'~- rt?-t ?o.r
sWrvrrtNTH ,iT?^?F,'wa\Ht:Anv* vi>
It five I..WK I'M., tb, olio-.
inr-deseribed land aud premise* s tuato .c 1^
eitv of Washington. D^triet of ? turn'Wa, ??J
jis and being part ot the original to
Sart 1? l>Pt west of the uortl.^a.t oom?: ?'
Slid lot- ttiinw west IS feet: iheuee .out- ...
S5e? 3 Inches: thenc-e east J
37 feet 3 inches to the beglnnlnOI togetuer wi.
tTeJ?T???',S5"' One-third of the pur." ^
installirent* payable In one and two years.
-Hi! fSr?rV-t at Six l?-t centum fer auuc.w
payable semi annually, from day of' "1%
Sy deed of trust upon the property soli. o. all
cash at the option of the purchaser. A ?)
Doslt Of $10t> will be required at time ?*?!??
All conveyanelnj, reeordin?:. etc., Ut,-C?5L, J
nurchaser Terms of <ale to b? complied wltL
Within 15 davs from day of sale otherwise tho
trustee res'-rres the right to resell the Property
?Sk rC^WofoT^s A^D railr
PByYANDREW PARKER. Vice PtMldent.
feS.9.'l3.1? Tni'"^
ADAM A. WESCHI.ER. ACCTIONEER.
TltrsiTrf SU,E OF t. rVtllVtDED INTBH
IN TTOSTORV FRAME WKIUNj:
NO 611^5 GEORGIA AVENUE NORTIIWT-.sl
B* yirtue of a certain d^ed of truat, duly re
crded Id 1.1 her No. 31UX. folio ?5 et se.|? of the
land record. Of the Klstrh't of Columbia, anu a.
the request of the paTty secured thereby, h. . -
dersiiueJ truste-s will sell at ?"5V>av "'tHF
iti front of the premise*, on M^'NDA^. ri'r
NTSTH DAY OF FEBHUARY. A D.1914, AT
ilALF-PAST FOFK 11 I 1 .' 'OK ^ F-M.. a -> ?
undivided interest lu tl?e p"
estate In the county of \V ashlnltotl. HI.
trlct of Columbia, to wit: Fart of a traet
of land called "Girls- Portion. and be.ur a
part of the farm of the late A. C. teboetnak' r
and particularly described as fo11<>??: Beemnlne
at a stone planted lu the east line of the .th
street road, which stone dcslenates as ?ei| a.
this beelntilnr the dlvldlne Hue betvieeu the land
of said Abigail C. Newman an.l F.Wl. IV
Shoemaker, and runnluK ibcnce east >M.h Mil
dividing line 33" feet, thence north 150 fe?t.
thence west 330.40 feet to aald east line of sa.d
7th street road, and thence In a southerly _J.
rection with *aid lire of said road lo0.04 f -
r? the said point of beffinuiug. together *M?
be improvements thereon. ^
Terms: Made kno*vu at time of saie. A ae
oosit of $100 required at time of
?onTeyancing and recording at cost of bufebaajf .
Terms to be complied with within llftecn day,
???, day aale. MARK STEARMA*.
C. EL.TON JAME?;

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