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LEGAL NOTICES.
H. J?T*K and JAMKS
I H\M I* SMITH, Attornevn.
i\ r11;: m I'ukmi: ?m is r of tiik district
? if ( ?imiilila. Il'-ililin? a I>f? ourt. In re
The ?wi? iisimi ._>f Madi>"ii street between Eour
t*'??ii111 >iri" ? and Colorado iir.'nn" northwest. in
1 be L?i^'r;? r of Columbia. EHncrict Court. N...
1 ? ?;?f>. .\..ti<-?* i- !t>-r?'l>y civ- n that flu- ' oinmis
sioners of th" I ?i-<t ri.-r <if Columbia < pursuant to
a 'Trta :i prov i>;on of the n--r of Congr?-ss. ap
pi?v,i AJai'-n I P.M.:. entitled "At? a-t making
.i ppp.pna t ions f.-i il" ??\p?-M??-? "f the govern- .
nn itt of t:i? ? I?i-? !'?< <>f t olnmbia for the fiscal 1
3 ? ar nn.li.ii_ -f- t !>??!;i. n.:ie??vn hundred and
toiirf? < :i. ;j ??i f..r other purposes." whereby tb?-y
arc an;li >rr/?*il open. extend or w Idrn any
-treet. avenue. va?l or highway to <?.:if.irjn with
'ho plan of |--niian?i.t ^vst^m .?f highways
'*i that port-on - f rli* District of i olumbia out
side of tif of Wa>I; incton and * It-orjfetow n
adopted under i he a< t of ?'o!igres> approved
Maivh is!*.':, a amended by the a? f of -
approved 2*. 1 *9*. by condemnation
under 111?? pro*i>ioiiJ> of sntvhapt?-r on?* of ehap
*'t fifteen ..f * '???!?? of Law for t he District
of Columbia' ha v.- tiled a petition in this eourt
praying tif ? ?ondenir.af ion ?.f the land ic-i-essary
fur tie extension of Madison stre? -t between
I'ourteentb -tr*-.-; and ?'? dorado avenue north
west, iti ti)- District "f t'"lunibia. as shown on
a plat or map hod with t! <? said petition. as
part thereof. and pra.img also that a Jury of
five judn ;ocs. experienced. disinterested men.
"ho sna'l freeholders within the District of
Columb'a. not related to any person interested
in thes. ppot dings and not in the service or
? ?tHpIovnii'iit of fI?. -: r11 . of Columbia or "f
?ho I'nii ? i states, ???? summoned b\ the I'nipd
>tafe.- marshal to : ? I ??-; t 1 of Columbia to
?is-'-ss the dauia^-es . j11-:i iiiviht of land to Ik*
.ik'ii ci.'v sustain i?v i ? a sou of tin- said exten
? ..f -.i,.| >r?.|iso,, stn -'t. in tiv |rstr:?-? ?-f j
? ??IiiinNia. and rho .ondemna tion ..r tin* land
? ?????sxar.v for li.. j?urpos.> td to assi-.-s
:.?* be;i.-tits n-sn 'ins Mi- r. frem Jin* ??uftr?' ntiiount
??f sa d darua?j? <. dudinc the ' Xfn-nt-i <.f th?'-??
pro.-.?? diiii;-. np->' any latids whi? (i tin- jury may
' d will !??? l??netit'-(!. as prnvided f"r in and
fn the afiM?'.-Mid a?-t of Conjjres?. If i.?, by tho
.?urt. t\is 1 ??t da> of April. A 1?. 1!>14. ordered
'hat nil pi rs.?n? haTlnu any inter?*st in these
:>:-o1-?'c.l|1ifs It.-, and ili- v an-" hep :?y warned and
?rurnand-d t.. app?-ar ?n this ?????.irr or i>efore
21s; day of April. \.J?. 1011. at ten o'elo.k
a.m.. a!:d . ?intimi--' ::i attendan. - nntil The ?-onrt
s ,i!l bavo math' its tj:!?l on!-- ratifyinp and
? ??niiriiiin? th?* award of uamazes anfl the as
-'ssne-nt of be;i.'fits of the jury to impaneled
.i? d .-warn hert i:1: and is further ordered
. a eopy ,,f this not: '" and order be pnb
-h.-d on? e in the 'Wa.shiufaou I>nw Reporter
; id a wet*k for two "Ui cessive weeks in
?? Wasbinctoji Evrninc Star, the Washington
sf and the Washington Times, newspapers
publi^lnd '*? th.' said lustrl.'t. before the said
ilTi.v .if \pri!. A.I?. 1914. !r Is fjjrtber
"dfrtd rhar a >-"p.v of this notiee and order be
'?rud l> the Cm ted States marshal, or his
:e;>!iti?"?-. upon each of the owners of the f.-e of
land lo be ?-otidenmed herein as may be
? id b.v the said marshal, or his deputies,
" thin the Ulstri'-t of Columbia before th^ said
day of Apr:'.. A.I*. 1'J14. By the court:
?A UIGH r. Jii?t;ri. (S-al.? A true r?^py?'Test:
\oi Nt,. Clerk. I'.y I . K. CUNMNOIIAM,
N>st. CTerk. ap6.l0.l3.17
Cf?Mt Af> H. ME nod JANES
FRANCO JCHITH, \ttoraeys.
i\ hie si prkaii: cm kt of thp: district
? t Cotnmiiia. Holding a District Court.- In re
fhe extension of Itin-hanan street i>etween l'iney
Hraneh rojid and Av?*nu<- of the Presidents, in
?he IMs?-|.>t of <"..hitnbla. -District Court No.
? 1'M.?Notice is hereby sivon that the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia ^pursuant to
a ?'ertain provlsbm of the aet of (ronpress, ap
proved March I. l'.M3, entitled "An act making
appropriations tor the expenses ,,f the government
f 'he Distri-'t of Columbia for t ie fiscal year
i-nding .Inne ,to. 1P14. and for p'her purposes,
T\!.?-rebv they are authorfxed to open, extend or
?vhlen any str?*et. avenue, road or hUrhway to
?nform with the plan of the permanent system
of hlchways in that portion of the Dlstri.-t of
? '.?lumbia outside of the litics of Washington
nnd t;eoreetown adopted under the act of <xm
_'ri'ss approved March 2. 1S93, and amende<l by
; he act of Conjrress approved June 2S, 18!>8, by
o[j.iemnatlon undi-r tlie'provisions of subchapter
om- of chapter tir'reen of the Cod.^ of Law for
- ? f ?is'. riet of ? 'oltimblai have tile<I a petition
;n this ??'?urt prayinir the .'ondemnation of the
hind :i????ssary f?.r the extension of Buehanan
?,.?>? hot\xi*i*u I'iaey Bran !j road and Avenue
0 rI'resid-nts. in the Idstrii-t of Columbia,
as <!:own on a plat or map filed with the sa'd
petition, as part' thereof, and prayinr also that
a jury "f fiv?? iudlcious. ??xperienced, disinterested
men."who shall be freeholders within the District
of Columbia, not reiated to any person inter
ested in these pri>oeedlngs and not in the service
i"- employment of the District of Columbia or
of tin? Cuited States, be summoned by the
1 nlted States marshal for the District of Co
'umbia to assess the damages each owner of
lahd- tft be taken may sustain bv reason of the
-aid extension of said Bnchanau street, in the
Distriet of Columbia, and the condemnation of
? he land necessary for the purposes thereof, and
?n assess as benefits resulting tnerefr m the en
tire amount of said damages, including the ex
penses . f these proceedings, upon any lands
whieh the jury may tiud will be benefited, as
provided' for in and by the aforesaid act of
<*ongres>. It is. by the court, this 1st day of
April. A.D. t?>14. ordered that all persons hav
ing any interest in these proceedings be. and
they are hereby warned and commanded to ap
pear in this court on or before the 21st day of
April, A.D. 11*14. at 1?> o'clock a.m.. and con
riuiK' in attendance until the court shall have
mado its final order ratifying and <-on1rming
t-ii* award of damages and the assessment of
?ofieflts of the jury to be empaneled and sworn
herein: and it is fiirther ordered that a copy of
?his notice and order be published once in the
Washington Law Reporter and twice a week for
?wo successive weeks in The 'Washington Evening
sratv the Washington Post and the Washington j
Times, newspapers published in the said District, I
hefor? the said 21st day of April, A.D. 1914.
T; Is further ordered that a copy of this notice
and order be served by the Cnited States marshal,
his deputies, upon each of the owners of the fee
.?f the land to be condemned herein as mav be
?ound by the said marshal, or his deputies within
'he District of Columbia before the said 21st
? lay of April. A.D. 1914. By the court. WRIGHT.
Justice. (Seal.) A true cony. Test: J. R.'
\OITNQ, Clerk. Bv F. E. CUNNINGHAM. Asst.
' lerk. ap6.10.13.17
EDWIN C. Dt TTON, Attorney.
IN THE SCPREMK Col RT OF THE DISTRICT
of Columbia, holding Equity Court.?Margaret
1.. Williams, plaintiff, vs. William Clagett. et
a;., defendants.?Equity No. u2309.?The object
of this suit is to establish of record in fee
simple, by adverse possession, the title of plain
tiff to parts of original lot nine lib, in square
jiumbered seven hundred and three <703>, de
scribed in two parte., as follows: First, The
tweuty-one (21? feet one ID inch front on N
street and running baek on Half street seventy
tour C74? feet to an alley three ?3> feet six
"'?i inches wide: Second, the thirty-nine
'??et one ?l> inch front mi Half street and run
. ir.g back sixty-eight <?>8t feet four (4? inches.
ith the alley three t:i? feet six <*>? inches, in
*i;? .? city of Washington, District of Columbia.
<?:i tnotion of t'ue plaintifT. it is. this 30th day
March. 1914. ordered that the defendants,
William Clagett. John Watson. Burton Clark,
Peter Campbell. John Mason, Charles Lyons and
\dam Grinder, if living, cause their appearance
To be entered herein or or before the fortieth
day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays,
occurring after the day of th.- first publication
of this order; and the unknown heirs, devlsoes
and alienees of such of sa.id defendants, if any,
as may be dead cause his or their appearance to
??? entered herein on or before the first rule day
? "?ctirring after th-- expiration of forty days
from the date of the first publicatlou of this
??rdi-r, good cans.- for The fixing of that p?rlo?j
having bet-Ti shown, otherwise this cause will
1* proceeded with as in case of default; pro.
? d"d a ?*?.?!?>? of this order 1-e publisbe?i for four
4. woeks. in'fore said da*, in the
W:i^hlngton Law Reparter and Tlie Evening Star.
WK.XDE1.I. P. s'lAKF^dlD. Justice. A true
?opv. IV-' .1 R. YOCNG. Clerk, by F. E.
CrS'MNGHAM. Assistant Clerk. i.Seal.)
ni hi>.?. a pt?. 1 o.
CONRAD II. -YMF. and JAMES j
FHAM h SMITH, Attorneys.
IN THE SUPREME cul"RT OF THE DISTRICT
vf Columbia. Holding a District Court.?In re
? opening of 2nd "tret from S street to Rhode
and avenue northeast, and V street from 2nd
-?n-.-t to 3rd street, lu th. District of Columbia.
Distri. t Court. No. 1100.- Notice K hereby
- vei? that the Commissioners of the Distriet of
? o'.umVa ?pursuant to a certain provision of the
;v t of c?." gress, approved March 4. 1913, en
??? I "An a-t making appropriations for the
?vpensi's of the ^ovenim^nt of the District of
Co M3>t> a fjr the fis<-nl year ending June thir
t;etb. nit.eteen hundred and fourteen, and for
? ?th?r purposes." whereby they are authorized to
ope::, ?*t. : d or widen any street, avenue, road
highway to conform with the j.!au of the
?ortnanent system of highways it* that portion
"i t: .? D'.sfr; t of C olumbia outside of the cities
? ?f Washingtuu arul Georgetown adopted under
?hi art of Congress approved March 2. 1X93, and
atuend> d by the art of Congress approved June
2> lh9>s. by condemnation und* r the provisions
of ?tjh.'hapti-r one of chapter tif ten of the Co<ie
? f I^aw for the District of Columbia > hav.* filed
?! petition in this court praying the condemn a
?11i?i of the land necessary for the opening of 2nd
street from S street to Rhode island avenue
iiortneast. and V street fr??rn 2nd street to 3rd
street, in the Distriet of Columbia, as ?hown on
a plat or luap tiled with the said petition, a*
part *vreof. ar.?l pravine also that a jury ?f
tiv< Judir;oii?, experienced, disinterested men.
who .>!.a!l be freehold!-"-, within tho District of i
Columbia, not related to any person interested .
i;t th'se proceedir.Ks and not .u the s< rvice or 1
. rnplovfnent of the Ibstrict of <'..lumbia or of ,
Cuited States, '??* summoned by the Cnited
fates marshal for the Distriet of Columbia to j
-sess the damages eaeii owner "t land to i
taken may sustain by renson of tae said open
:?ig of said streets. iu the Distriet of Columbia. '
.:id tb^ eondemnation of the land necessary for!
lie- purposes thereof, and to assess an benefit* j
resulting therefrom tie- ??atiri- amount of ?ald
damages, including the expenses of these pro
? eedia?^. upon any lands whieh the jury may
lind will be benefited. a-? provided for iu and by
ih.? aforesaid act of ? ougresn. ir j<. the
? -urt, this 3rd day of April. A.D. 1914. ordered
? iiat all persons having any Interest in these
'?ruceedings b?'. and they are hereby warned and i
oiumanded to appear in this couri o:i or U foie
tuo 21sr day of April, A.D. 1914, at ten o'clock
m.. and contintie ia attendance uriti: the court
shall have made its final order ratifylus and
ronflrmlag the award of damages and th" asses-,
ment of benefits of the jury to be impaneled
and sworn herein; and it is further ordered
that a ropy of this notice and order be published
on. e in the Washington Uw Reporter and twice
a week for two successive weekfc in the Wash
ington Evening Star, the Washington Times and
? :c Washington Hi raid, newspapers published
i*i the Aaid District, b. fore the *aid 21st dav
of April. A.D. 1914. It is further ordered that
it cooy *--f this notice ?nd order be s? rved by
'he Cnited States marshal, or his deputies, upou
? a-h of the owners of the fee of tae !:in^ to
he condemned herein as may be found by the
?a a! marshal, or bis deputies, within the Distriet
of Columbia l?efor?? the ^aj,] !flst dav of Apr'!,
V.D. 1914. I'.y the court. WRIGHT. Justice,
?-^al.i A true copy- Test: J. IS. YmCN'G. Clerk.
i*< r F. r.rNMNGHAM. Ass* cjerk.
legal notices.
I OMRAI) II. >r>IK. J\*ES FRANCIS
SMITH. AtlcirnfJ".
srMtKMK (OIRT OF THF T>18
ll?Wtnr ? WWrtMJ'wirt.
am! Florida avenue. ? ' sir?-?-i mm ?
coin road northeast ?- : 'Cedar an.l ram*!
streets. Takotji.-i IU-. iti'? J ? 'T ?T nnd l?oh
street* and M :?venu<- southeast!. Dis
trict Court No 7???* N hereby given
t'.*t the Commits;..n?'rs of ?h.- I? -?r'? * of Cn
| Tumbia. pursuant to ? provisions of the
fl'?' of Congress approved March 4. 107!, entiled
" \n act making appropriations to provide for
the expenses of the govi-rnsu? >* of the District
of Columbia for th<- fisc.i: year ending June
r.O. 1 01 4. and for other have filed
a petition in this .-cur; praying th-- condemnation
of the land necessary f>>r nark purposes in
squares 25?>0. 2-".!(4. 2?>7.". 2*41. . 'IT'. :t5-".2, r*.
and 5607. in the District of Columbia. as shown
'?n a plat or map filed with the said petition.
i-4 part thereof, and praying also That a jury of
five judicious, experience*! disinterested men.
who shall be freeholders w thin the D-*r ? ?: of
Columbia, not related to any person interested
:n these proceedings and not :n the service or
employment nf the District of Columbia or of
tin- T nifed States, be summoned by the I'nited
States marshal for the District of Columbia
to assess the damages <??eh own r ef Inrrl to be
tak-n may sustain by reason of th- condemn*
:Io:i of the land necessary for the said park
purposes, in the squares aforesaid nnd assess
us benefit* resulting therefrom not less th.in one.
lialf of tii* amount of said damages. including
t'.ie expenses of these proceedings. upon the lots.
;?i".-.-s and parcels of land which the jury may
find wl'"; !?? benefited by the said parks a? pro
\ i-Je-i f..r in and by the ?foresaid w -t of Com
?re<s. ir is by the court this l>-f d:iy of April.
7074. ordered that all persons having any :n
terest in the5?e proceedings be. and 'bey are
hereby, warned and ??ommanded to appear in this
court on or before the 27th day of April. A.D.
1014. at lO o'clock a.m.. and continue in at |
tendance until the court shall have made f:s
finai order ratifying and confirming the award |
of damages and the assessment of Iwnetits of
the jury to be empaneled and sworn herein, and
?it is further ordered that a copy of this notice |
and orde.* be published once in rh-' Washington
I.av* Reporter and on twenty consecutive seen- I
lar days and on intervening Sundays and hell- j
days in The Washington Kvening Star, the
Washington Tost and the Washington Herald,
newspapers published in the sa;d District, im
mediately preceding the said 27th day of
April, A.D. 1014. It is further ordered that a
copy of this notice and order l>e served by thft
I'nited States marshal, or his deputies, upon
such of the owners of the land to be con
demned herein as may be found by the said
marshal, or his deputies, within the District
of Columbia and upon the tenants and occu
pants of the same before the vald 27th dav of
April. A. D. Iti14. By th'- court. WRIGHT.
Justice. (Seal.* A tnie copy. Test. .1. R.
YOrNT.. Clerk. By F. I CUNNINGHAM.
Asst. Clerk. ap.*?-d&Su.inap2f>
W. A. roOMHi:. \HorDfv.
IN THE SUPREME CoIRl op THE '?'<Tltl? *
of Columbia Kat'nryn O'Da* vs. William II.
O'Day. No. ::24t?4. Equity Docker No. 70. 1
The object of this suit is to obtain bv the j
plaintiff. Kathryn O'Day. a divorce a vinculo |
matrimonii from the defendant. William II. !
" bay, by r-ason of the said defendant having
committed adultery on. to wit. March 1. 1012,
at No. 500 E st. n.w.. Washington. *?. <with a
woman unknown to plaintiff. On motion o' the
plaintiff, it is this 3rd day of April, A.D. 7014.
ordered that the defendant, William .i. O'Day.
cause his appearance to be entered herein on or
before the fortieth day. exclu^'vc of Sundays and
legal holidays, occtirrinc after the day of the
first publication of this order: otherwise the
cause will be proceeded with as in ease of de
fault; provided a copy <.f this order be pihllsned
on<e a week for three successive weeks in the
Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star
before said day. By the court. WENDELL 1*.
STAFFORD. Justice. ?Seal> True copv. TVst;
J. R. YOt'NG, Clerk. By F. E. CUNNINGHAM.
Asst. Clerk. apfi.13.2Q
H. W1X9H1P WHEATLEY, Attorney.
SUPREME COT'RT OF TI\E DISTRICT OF CO- j
lumbia. Holding Probate Court. No. 2066S.
Administration.?This is to give notice that the i
subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have
obtained from the Probate Court of the District
of Columbia letters of administration c.t.a. on
the estate of Benjamin N. Haves, late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims aeainst the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the name, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers,
on or before the 27th day of March, A.D. 1915:
otherwise they may by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Given under our hand9
this 27th day of March. 1914. HARRIETT I
HAWES. 806 Rhode Island ave.; FRANK
OWINGS. 1430 V st. n.w. (Seal.) Attest:
JAMES TANNER, Register of WJlls for th<!
District of Columbia, Clerk of the I*robate Court.
mh30.ap6.13
AUCTION SALES!
FCT1HE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AICTIl INKERS.
TRrSTKES* SAIJi OF VALUABLE IMPROVED I
REAL ESTATE. BEING PREMISE* KNOWN
AS NO. 611 MARYLAND AVENUE NORTH- 1
EAST.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re- i
eorded in Liber No. 3407. folio 230 et seq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby the
undersigned trustees will sell at public auction
In front of the premises, on THURSDAY THE
NINTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1014. AT HALF
PAST THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premise*, situate in the city
>f Washington. District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being lot forty-three (43) in D. B.
Groff's subdivision of lots in square eight hun
dred and sixty-four (8?>4?. as per plat recorded
in Liber IS. folio 95. of the records of the sur
veyor's office of the District of Columbia: im
proved by d-welling known as So. 611 Marvland I
avenue northeast, subject to prior trust in the
sum of $4,500. together with the improvements, 1
consisting of modern brick dwelling.
Terms of sale: Property sold subject to
prior trust of $4,500. All of purchase money over
and above said trust to be paid in cash. A de
posit Of $200 will be required at time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within 15 days from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the ritrht to resell the property
at the risk and vust of defaulting purchaser
after five days" advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in Washington. D. C.
PAUL V. MITCHELL,
J. CLINTON TRIBBY.
ap2-d&ds.eSn Trustees.
THOS. J OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRFSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE SITUATE NOS. 5300. 5.T02
AND 5304 ILLINOIS AVBNI'E NORTHWEST
AND NOS. 015 AND 017 INGRAHAM
STREET NORTH W EST. ''BRIGHTWi h ?D
PARK. D. C." CONSISTING OF 5 TWO
STORY BRICK METAL-ROOF RESIDENCES
WITH ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
INCLUDING LAUNDRY TRAYS AND
CLOSET IN BASEMENT. KITCHEN ON
THE PARLOR FLOOR. HOT-WATER
HEAT.
By virtiio of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded. in Liber No. 350-S. folio 210 et seq.,
of the land records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned tmstefn will sell at
public auction, in front ??f the premise*., on
WEDNESDAY. THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF
APRIL. A.D. 7014. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
the following described land and premises, sit
uate in the county of Washington. District of
(Columbia, and designated as and being lots
numbered one hundred <100?. oue hundred one
'101 ?. one hundred two il02>. one hundred
three ? 70T,. and oue hundred four <H?4i in Ho
ratio N. TapMn's subdivision of square num
bered twenty-nine hundred ninety-seven ?2.00T?.
formerly block numbered four (4) of Krightw***!
l'ark. a* per plate recorded iu Book 45. at j??gc
."?4 of the records of the surveyor of the Dis
trict of Columbia.
Terms of *ai?-: No. 5300 Illinois avenue to
be sold subject to a first deed of trust of $2,500.
No*. 5.102 and 5.104 Illinois avenue and Nos.
015 and 017 Ingraham stneet to bo sold subject
to first deed of trust of $2,200 on each house.
A second deed of trust of $500 on each bouse
will provided for if desired or all cash at
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $15o
will be required at time of sale. All convey
ancing, recording, etc., at cost of purchaser.
Terms of bale to be complied with within fifteen
days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the
ri*k and cost of defaulting purchaser, after live1
days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington, D. C.
Further particulars at time and place of sale.
HORATIO N. TAPLIN.
THOMAS J. DEAVITT.
237 Southern Bulidlng.
ap4-d&<ls.cxSu
Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHIaER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF TWO STORY URIC
DWELLING NO. 2!?11 OLIVE STl'.F.I-n N.W
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. 350O. folio 1 et seq.. of th?
laud re<-ords of the District of Columbia, and
? t tin- request of the party secured thereby. I.
the undersigned trustee, will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on WED
DAY. THE FIFTEEN . I! !??> \n' APRIL. A.D
1014. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. th- followlng
descrlb-d lan?l and premises, situate in the city
of Washington, in the Dis'rict of Columbia. ?nd
f^psignated hr and Ndng liot .*). In <Jeoree W.
Rigg'.s sutKllvislon ?>: !?/- iu square 1211. as
per plat recorded in IJber A. It. S.. folio 111. of
the r?*cords of the ..ffi.-c ??f t!.?- surveyor f--r the
IHstrict of Columbia, together with the iin- j
provements thereon.
Terms of sale: one third cash, balance in one
and two years, with interest at 6 ;?er centum |
prr annum, payable semi-annually from daj* of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all cash. A deposit of $10<> re
quired at the time of sab-. A!! conveyancing,
recording ami notarial f.-:s at the com of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen days trom day of sale, other
wise the trustee reserve* the right t ? r.-sell ?
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after tive days' advertisement of
such resale in some newspaper published in the
cltv of Washington. D.
LEVI 17. DAVID. Trustee.
Commercial Nat'l Uauk bldg.. 14th and G n.w.
apr4 d&ds.exSu
ADAM WESCHLER, AlCTIONI-^R.
Bankruptcy Sale of Pope
Hartford Touring Car.
By virtne of an order of the Supreme Court of
the* District of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy
Court, in re John 11. Nolan, bankrupt. uumiera
022 and 024. the undersigned trustee will sell by
public auction, at Wesehler's. ?.?20 Pa. ave.
n.w.. on SATURDAY. APRIL ELEVENTH. 1014,
AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, on.- t>-eyl!uder 7
passenger Pofie Hartford touring ear.
! Terms ea^h.
BATES WARREN. Trustee. Southern bldg.
^ ai>6-d^dbs
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. INC.. AUCTIONEERS.
?ALR OF VALUABLE real es
T oj ? I-OCATED IN THE NORTHE4ST
u mi;mVKT 01 ?E DISTRICT OF CO
nf*Vh.'nVJtri"? \ '}r"-^"r ?" Soprraw Court
?a,. ? ,ri,r of <-Olnmb?a, elated February 13,
? Jii. In a cause pending in that court, where'n
r"i'' a corpora!lor. Is
Piaintiff. an<I Henry II. Gil fry et al. am d*fend
: ;,"'J uh:'*n fs known as-Equity Cause No.
I th<* iindt'rs miC'] trustees will on a ppii
Ukventii ion. at kij'ven o clock a/m^
'"IT' ? at Public auction, upon the prcm
,i, v! . T<0l]?r?'JoX: of iaild- mentioned and
rl MrijK-d m the bill of complaint in said cause.
i '?n"h^.r;Jp v*. r'is,ri';t ?f <-.?iUmw.. t???
"? ill,?.' iotf,r-. IO, "? bo"1 "x'lusWf. and
i ' ,'"'s 1 113. both in
' i1!lc"s 1 ?o 12. both in.!?
k. l t ' '' "> ,4' bo"1 inclusive:
> i lot* 1 1,0,11 inclusive; in
.... , o-' , to **?- both Inclusive: lots 32.
.... and ..u. lot 39. lot* 4? to r,8. hoth inclusive;
.??t? to , 4, both Inclusive: lots 81 to 84. both
n'-iiiMTP; lots 86 to 103. both inclusive; lot 1A8,
"ts 112 and in and lots 113 to 152. both In
clusive: In block 4472, lots 1 to 8. both inclu
sive; lot IT. lots 13 to IS. both inclusire: lot 20
L'*? -/ To, i!i- *>!* Inclusive; lot* 49 to 51. both
inclusive, lots 08 to 67. both Inclusive; lot 71 lots
? 9 to 81, both inclusive, and lots 83 to 88,'both
? nclnslve: m block 4473. lots 2 to 48. both in
e naive; lots 5p and 51. lots 53 to 55. both in
? lusrvc; lot o.. lots 60 and 62. lots 69 to 7fi.
both inclusive. and lot 81; in block 4474. loti
1 t > l.?. I.oth inclusive; lots 17 to 21. both in
- lusiro; lots 2". to 84. both Inclusive; lot 66
-ots .(> and .1 and lots 76 to 92. both Inclnsive
111 '?t6f 1 *,? H- Wh i"<-lu8ive: !n
1*'-M 1 1 ? hl??k 440,? 1<* 1. All of
ln<!ln.\ 'inelf,s8-':bdllis,on ?* >"<?
Terms of f-ale: One-third of the pur^ha^e
?"*-' in >asb and the baLnce in
frrm' H z111^' payable in OIK- an.j two
a s it >m nay of sal?, and to be represented
\ Tlotps the purchaser, bear
oj"! 1 r"sr ar the rate of 6^ per annum, pay
i tK inn y* flnd secured by deed of trust
Of thJ? * or 8,1 rash* at the option
nniiln -? ?Kasef- A deP?s{t of fuOo will be re
he t.,nM'l oJ P8,p- All conveyancing.
?h? . "*aJn,nat,on of tUl?- be at
S?Lu . th?41P?r<,.h???r. Terms of sale shai:
of ifK W1i u,thin fifteen days from day
or sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the rijerl't
to r?e.l the property at the risk and cost of
use defaulting purchaser after five days' adrer
iiH?n!i'at of,.sai,J resale in some newspaper pub
lished in sHid citv and District.
EVANS BftOWNE. Trustee.
*VilkIns buildinjr. Washington. D. C.
DAM EL W. O'DONOCHrE. "lYiistee.
?vn< sf- n u" ? Washington, D. C.
mh24.25.26.27.30.31a pi.2.5.6
FUTURE DATS.
THOMAS j. OWEN & SON. Al fmovr.ttRS
13.11 G st. n.w.. Washington, D. C.
TRy^TEE-S' SALE r?r^ UNDIVIDED TNTEREST
> PROPERTY LN ARLINGTON
r>r\Tv ;-vV>'.TvPISTRI("r- ALEX A NDRIA
V"a^'MORB OR i^?,STAD,'Ists !-115;,s
b,"'[l raoilt in ?be par.
mont "f the indebtedness secuml bv a certain
(W.I ..i tru,t. .l?,d the aut Jay ,.f Mar.-h. 1011,
f , n- 'ird.-d in Di-cl n,,,k 12S, page 17. of the
n'' r- Of Alexandria county, Virilnla, rhi?
undersisrn(Hl trustees, by virtue of the authority
v.-Med i? theni by the -aid deed of truat, and at
the request of the holder of the promissory notes
secured thereby, will offer for sate at public auc
tion. upon the premises, that is to sav. at the old
house site, where the outbuildings are now lo
cated. opposite Fort Myer. and upon what ia
kn'?wn as Tillinghast Fort, on WEDNESDAY
T r^!^TY#N? "A* W
AT TIILEE O CLOCK P.M., an undivided one
?a. "i^'rest in certain real estate located oppo
tJ* a^n<^ tlie Arlington reservation,
containing l?.l.lo93 acres, mere or less, being &
portion of the land devised by the late Columbus
^ TC?n<,rt? i x-last,.wiU and testament, recorded
J? 11. at folio 35. of the Will
Books of Alexandria county, Virginia, and known
as the * olumbus Alexander farm, together with
l?P7?Xrn"*nt!4 thereon, <x,nsistine of several
smaii huiinlngs and outhouses, a more particular
description of which said real estate will l?e
round urjon reference to the said deed of trust as
recorded in said Deed Rook 12.?. pace 17 et sen
of tne land records of Alexandria county. Virginia!
??nHri2Sn ,al?; All cash. A dej?osit of one thou
sand dollars *$1,000) will be required at time of
sale and terms .,f sale to be complied with with
in thirty days from day of sale, otherwise tha
trustees reserve the right to resell the property
art lie risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser.
after two weeks' notice of such resale bv adver
jlaement in the Alexandria County Monitor, pub
I:shed in Alexandria county. Virginia, and a no
tice published once a week for two successive
weeks in The Evening Star, published in Wash
ington. D. C. All conveyancing, recording etc.
at cost of purchaser.
WALLACE TMNAI.O MeLEAN, Trustee,
t'nion Tniat Wdu., Washlncton, D. C.
1IENR\ V. TL"LIX>CII, irnatee.
? Union Truat bldg.. Washington. D. C.
RirHAnn a. ford.
Attorney for Party Secured,
Cnion Trust bldg., Washington, D. C.
mh27-d*ds.eSu
Tiros. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE OF FINE FOT7R
^.torv rrick building known AS
REFORMERS' IIALL." CONTAINING
?tri.D AaJ)RrG STORK AND BARBER
v^Tr- SOUTH^'EST CORNER OF
12th AND L STREETS NORTHWEST.
ky virtue or a certain deed of trust dated
January 20. 1904. dnly recorded in LIl>er 2769.
Rfjf +eU ?eq'; of the land records of the
District of Columbia, default having been made
in payment of the debt secured thereby, and at
"f ttif party se.-iired therebv. the
??'(SSifJ? ,tir0!"eM s*',l ?' pobllc aoetion.
in front or the premises, on THURSDAY ttif
NINTH DAY OF APRIL AD 1914 AT HKJF
ZX*T?V1} O'CLOCK P.M.. the foliowinK de
scribed land and premises, with Improvements I
tl\7t Hi rtllnt"Ju 1ho ,clt7 ?r Washington. DIs-'
of ^Columbia, and designated as follows:
That lot of land with improvements thereon,
which consisted formerly of two lots, viz- Lot
in '.nJjl- i-y* Str,n^,<l'R subdivision of lots
In square 274. as per plat recorded In Liber
B - folio of th>- records of the office
of the surveyor of the District of Columbia
contained within the following metes and bounds!
Beginning on north "U" street at a noint
distant .8 feet SV. inches, from the northeast cor
n-r of said square, and rnnning thence west alone
"',r!w , htre''t 2H fpet ^ Inches, thence
south 100 feet to an alley, thence east along
ia^V 2 inches, thence north in a
s'ra.ght hne 100 feet to the place of beginning.
Also ail of lot 46 and part of lot 45, In Geonre
VN. Cochran. John W. Boteler and others' sub
division of lots in said square 274 as ner Dlat
reeorded in I.iber n w? f?i|? "i" ^
ru2r7"n'' records, contained in
I. i.1*' 871,1 bounds, Tlz: BecinninK
^ the northeast corner of said square and run
ning thence west along "U" street 2S f?t
inches, thence south 100 feet to an alley in
said subdivision, thence east alone said allev
2S feet 8H inches to 12th street and thenS
north along said street to the place of be
ar.lining. All of the above described property
being now embrace,] m lot 131. in suNiMafoJ
made by the Reformers' Mercaitil? ^.l lndifa
S MlTiv' i ".I r'er 1,1 y rp,-ori|ed ill I.iber
roilo iv.. of the records of the aforesaid
aurreyorV nfflce together with all Impro.emfnta
? ay,, easements, rights. prMle>reH and aomir"
%Znr%n'netbe S"rae ?n/PS
Terms of nl.- One-thlrd of the r.,,rel>..e
annum.
witn interest at six j>er centum r?er
farial feeT etc AMwm T?r"lJn*.
The term* of mir? ? ? purchasers cost.
ftft-en div. frJm ,lMe rf?"1! 1 """
trustef-B rMftp.,, av. ? ./ sale, otherwise the
ef th'- risk nnr? r'fflit to resell the property
chaser -, ftr T\ ?st .of ,hp 'lef.ultiSic pui^
\RTHf*R PKTf'r'Vtt Truatee.
THOMA.S J. OWES * SOX. AUCTIOnW "
SSStWKW ?reSK5f^HKS
AVBMK xorthwkst. \NU ?0"^-rt?vi
UN STREET .NORTHWEST I' RANK
?f John'c'lS^nJJeSSTSf I''
lrl"? trustee will sell at Vu'blic a^ctlo^M^
* hole. In part or separately a she .
front of the premises \o '?ii r* + elect, lu
on WEDNESD?r THE ElSni?r n^W?^
jan,I and premises, sin.a'te i"n X S^rSiV
4,rl'' Columbia, t " ?\ J"}'
saloon, with llvlns apartments above ami {?1?
as premises No. 2Xi G strppt . ?n
the contiguous tract, fronting 2% aJs?
atn'et anil eitendine back bv said JmA. "j l!
of 60 feet, and beim.- pur. 'If S ,!
embraelnjj premises No. Til Hrd s-r....tMi.,, ?
Iniprt>ve.i ntul imrtlv occupied bv a
AT SAME TIME AND PIAf^ the ..?HdrT;
widow anil lecatee of Charles H nei i rs
ceased, will ,fl.T at publfc 4le the biCf"- ''"i
!ce cream business. u.,?- -eTMlncte,! ?. T !S2
?. street D.-^lhwest. Including it- >sl w'n i "i
e.inlpmet,t of said business, the Tame , and
fered in conjmn-tion wlUi the afores-.i,t ^ '
tate or a part thereof. or seJIrate L i" '
be deemed best. *" Oiay
ALSO AT H ALF-PAST FOUR O'Pl/tf-r r>
No !>2? Florida avenue northw^t
and tlie eastern ten feet >.f lot Sl'of ^.ti ^
division '>f square B5S. improved by re'ldw?1!
901 Horlda avenue northwest, aiuaratelv ^
a whole, with ritrht of pe, wtual ?s' . or "
chaser of last-mentioneri lot to use eastern ? ??Ji
of t.ai.1 lot -2 as means of ?m, to alW Jh '
on plat Vol. lfi. f?IIo ?.??. survevor's ,.nJ. JR"n
ALSO AT FIVE OTWK I' M oS.*'
SAME PAT said trustee vs ill sell.' In front
the premises, subl'-t No. l.'ls in W r 1221,,.'
subdivision of certain lots in Mnare Vo 7!o "
per Plat In Vol. 13. folio 112. suriey^.51??i "
iort^w^t."T N'?- 4"2 ^ankllo* street
Terms of sale: All cash. A deposit ?f
w.ll be required at time of sale fTn e,eh ?TS
parcel of ,? estate and a like aum on tb2
business. All conveyanelne. reeordlnu etc i.
coat of purchaser. The terms of sale to be V.o,^
plied with In :i" days fr..m day of sale, otherwise
the trustee and legatee respectively reserve the
> u "jr'.'s"property nt the risk ond'e."t
. r the d.-faultlns purchaser after five days'
vertlsement ef such resale in some nsnsn,?,
publishc.l lu Washington. r>. r spancr
ITE.NKT RKIS1NCF.R.
Surviving Triistee
, - _ MRS. ANNIE RBLS1NGF.U.
?Widow and Ixgatee of Chas. H. Heisiugcr De
ceased. mh27-dids,eSu
4
AUCTION SALES.
FTTURE DATS.
AOmd A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
SCRVIVIVQ TRUSTEE'S SAM! Of THREE
STORY A VP CELLAR BRICK RESIDENCE
NO. 1711 s STREET NORTHWfyT.
Tn virtue of c certain deed of trust, recorded
In Liber 1919. at folio IIS, of The land records
>f the District of Columbia. and at the request
?f the party secured thereby, the undend?ne<-.
surviving trustee, will sell, at public auction,. ir
front of the premises. on THURSDAY. TIT r,
NINTH DAY OF APRIL. A.P. 1914. AT FJVK
O'OLOCK P.M.. the following described land
and premises. situate at the elty of Washington,
District of Columbia, and described as lot ?1T?"
bered seventy-seven <77? in Gardiner O. Hub
bard's subdivision of lots in square numbered
one hundred and fifty-two (152). improved by a
large three-story and cellar brick residence, ana
running to a twelve (12) foot alley in the rear.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the balance in two
equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with interest at six per centum (6Tc) per
annum, payable semi-annually, from the day of
sale, secured by deed of trust on tho prop
erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. A deposit of two hundred dollars
<$200.00? Will be required at the time of sale.
All convevancing. recording, title examining,
etc.. shall be at the sole cost of the purchaser.
The terms of sale shall be fully carried out
within fifteon (15) days from the day of sale,
otherwise the trustee will resell the property
at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser, after five days' advertisement of such
resale in som^ newspaper printed and published
at the city of Washington, iu the District or
CohmlWa' SIMON WOU-.
Surviving Trusts.
mh2&-d&tls.PxSu Woodwa.nl Building.
ADAM A. WfcaUllLER. AUCTIONEER.
I Chancery Sale of \ aluable Im
proved Real Estate. Known
as the "Magnolia" Apartment
House. Being No. 1321 M Street
Northwest. Near Thomas Circle.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed In equity
cause No. 32295. we. the undersigned trustees.
will sell at public auction, in front of the
premises, on FRIDAY. THE TENTH DA* OF
APRIL. A. D. 1914. AT HALr-PA^TFOLR
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described land
I and premises, situate in the city of Washington,
I in the District of Columbia, and designated as
I and being original lot numbered three (3), cx
| cept the east four feet front on "M" street, by
the full depth of said lot of that width In
i square numbered two hundred and forty-five
?245> together with the improvements, consist
ing of No. 1321 M street northwest, known as
| the Magnolia apartment honse.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, and the balance in two,
I equal installments, payable in one and two
| years, with Interest at 6 per centum per annum,
pavable semi-annually, from day of sale, se
cured by dee.l of tru?t upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $500.00 will be required of the pur
chaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording and notarial fees at the cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied 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 of such
resale In some newspaper published in the city ;
of Washington. D. C.
JAMBS E. PADGETT. 402 6fh st. n.W.;
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. 410 Bth st. n.w.,
Washington. D. O.,
mh28-d&ds.exSu Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
| Chancery Sale of the Christiani
Apartment House, Containing
Twelve Apartments, and Lo
cated on the North Side of Cal
ifornia Street Between i8th and
19th Streets Northwest.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of |
the District of Columbia, passed In equay cause
' No. 33016, we. the undersigned trustees, will ,
sell at public auction, in front of the premises. |
I on THURSDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF
APRIL, A. D. 1914. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
1 the following-described land and premises, situ- j
I ate in the city of Washington, in the District of 1
Columbia, and designated as and being lot num- J
: bered four (4) in block numbered four (4) tn |
1 Fisher. Forsvth and Young, Commissioners' sub
j division of land now known as Washington
Heights, as per plat recorded in Liber County j
No. 6, folio 115. of the records of the office of j
! the surveyor of the District of Columbia, to be |
I sold subject, however, to two certain deeds of
trust aggregating $32,000. at 6 per cent, par- 1
i tieulars of which will be made known at time 1
I of sale, or upon application to the undersigned
trustees.
1 Terms of sale: All cash over and above said
1 deeds of trust. A deposit of $500.00 will be re
j quired 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 com- ,
j plied with within fifteen days from day of sale, |
I otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re- 1
sell the property at the risk and cost of the 1
: defaulting purchaser, after five days* advertise- |
I ment of such resale in some newspaper published
in the citv of Washington, D. C.
HAYDEN JOHNSON. Columbian building.
. IICHAEL J. COLBERT, Southern building.
tnh28-d&ds Trustees. '
C. G. SLOAN ft CO.. IN'C., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LARGE LOT ON K
STREET NORTHEAST. IN THE VICINITY
OF THE UNION STATION.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in equity
, cause No. 31835, the undersigned trustee will
I offer for sale at public auction. In front of the
premises, on TUESDAY. THE FOURTEENTH
DAY OF APRIL. 1914, AT HALF-PAST FOUR
?O'CLOCK P.M., the land and premises described ,
in the bill of complaint in ?aid cause and situate i
! la the District of Columbia, to wit: Lot num- !
bered five (."), in R. M. Hall's subdivision of lots i
in square numbered seven hundred and seventy
four (774), as shown on plat recorded in Liber
W. F., folio 1?K), of the records of the sur
veyor's office of the District of Columbia, to
gether with the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase 1
money 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 !
by the promissory notes of the purchaser bear
ing interest at the rate of 0 per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, and to be se
cured by deed of trust on the property sold, or
all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will be required at the time of
sale. All conveyancing, examination of title,
recording and notarial fees will be at the cost
of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled
with within fifteen days from day of sale, other
wise the trustee reserves the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of 1
such resale in some newspaper published in the
city of Wasbinsrton, D. C.
HENRY R. GOWER. Trustee,
Union Trust Bldg., Washington, J). C.
ap2-dftdbs.eSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AU OTONEER.
OtUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE BUSINESS
AND RESIDENCE PROPERTIES. NOS. 308.
310 AND 312 10th STREET SOUTHWEST. !
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re-1
corded in Liber No. 3589, folio 153 et seq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will sell at public sue-,
tion. in fr??nt of th?> premises, on MONDAY, i
THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1014
AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate in the city
of Washington. District of Columbia. t<? wit:
Part of original lot t? in square 385. bejfinuing;
for the same at the southwest rnrner of said lot.
and running thence north along the line of lotli ,
street 92 feet C inches to an alley, thence east !
14 feet, thence southeasterly 59 feet 10 inches,
more or less, to a nolnt which is at the end of a i
line 24 feet 10 Inches long, drawn parallel with
the eastern line of said lot and northwesterly
from a point iu the line of Maryland avenue 30 j
feet 6 fncb**s northeasterly from said point of'
beginning, thence southeasterly along said last
mentioned line 24 fact 10 inches to said point |
in the line of Maryland avenue 30 feet 6 inche- I
from the beginning, thence southwesterly along,
the line of said avenue to the place of begin
ning, together with the Improvements, consist-!
lug of brick and frame business and residence j
properties.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In two!
equal installments, payable In one and two j
years, with Interest at 0 per cent, secured by
deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash.
A deposit of $200 required at the time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording and notarial fees
at the cost of the purchaser. Terms to be com
plied 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 mirchaser. after five days' advertise
ment of such resale in some newspaper published
In the city of Washington. D. C. 1
ISAAC W. NORDIJNGER,
RUDOLPH B. BEHREND.
Trustees.
RITDOLPH B. BEHREND.
Attorney for Party Secured. ap2-dftds.eSu
THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS,
1331 "G" st. n.w., Washington, D. C.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE, SITUATE ON THE
NORTH SIDE OF JENIFER STREET BE- !
TWEEN 3.1th AND 39th STREETS.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust to us. |
dated May 11, 1912. and recorded in Li*er No.
3517, folio 362 et seq., one of the land records of
the District of Columbia, and at the request of 1
the party secured thereby, the undersigned trus
tees will offer for sale at public auction, in front
of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE FOUR
TEENTH DAY OF APRIIi. A.D. 1914. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scribed land and premises, situate in the county !
of Washington, District of Columbia, namely:
Lot numbered thirty-eight (38) in square num
bered eighteen hundred and fifty-five (1850 k In
the subdivision made by the Chevy Chase Land
Company of Montgomery county. Maryland, and
others, known as "CHEVY CHASE HEIGHTS."
as per plat of said subdivision recorded In Liber
No. 36, folio 40, of the records of the office of the
surveyor of the District of Columbia, subject to
certain covenants, restrictions and conditions as
to the use and occupation of said land and any
improvements thereon as may appear of record.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In
equal installments at one, two and three years,
with interest at the rate of five per centum per
annum, payable seml-anuuaHy, from date of sale,
for which "notes of the purchaser are to be aiven.
secured by first deed of trust on property sold, or
all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de
posit of $200 required at time of sale. All con
vevancing. recording, notary fees. et--.. to be at
purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied
with within ten (10) da>s from date of sale, oth
erwise the trustees reserve th<? right to resell at
the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
Ave days' previous advertisement of such resale
ia some newspaper published in Washington, D. C.
THOMAS M. GALE. Trustee.
738 15th st. n.w.
j GEORGE E. HAMILTON. Trustee.
1 ap2-d&ds,efcu Union Trust Building.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY RRJCK
RESIDENCE. NO. 024 THIRD STREET
NORTHEAST. _
I?v virtue of a certain d?M?d of trust duly re
c* rded" in Liber 3511. at folio 19, on a of tb^
lan?l records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured tberet>>.
ibe tindersijmed trustees. will sell at publU
auction 1n front of the Premises, on * RII>A)
THE TENTH DAY OK APRIL. 1?14. AT I I\ L
OTLOCK P.M.. the following described .and
and premises situate In the city of TV a^ingUm.
District of Columbia. known and distinguished
n? lot numbered one hundred and thirty-eight
,ir,8? in Smith and Walker, trustees subdi
vision in square numbered seven hundred and
fiftv-three t7"?3t. as per plat in Book 1.), page
IT * in the surveyor's office of the District of
Columbia, together with the improvements
thTTv'm"s- On* third of the purchase money to
!?? mid In cash, the balance In two equal pay
itneits m one or two years. with Intercut at the
I nit,. of <i per cent per annum, payable senn
luinuallv and secured by deed of trust on the
nmoi-rtv sold, or all cash at th.- ol>tlon of the
nnri'ha^Vr A deposit of *100 required ut the
Time of sale. Terms to he compiled with with
n fifteen davs from day of "ale. otherwise the
property will be refold at the risk and cost of
defaulting '>orcha^CHARr) E PAIRO.
Trustee.
HERBERT A. GILL,
j mh3I d&ds.exSn Trustee.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
! TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
I TATK. TMPROVED RV TimKE-^' '''''.
I NINE-ROOM AND RATH RRIOK. DWELlv
7NO. NO. 3459 FOURTEENTH STREET
NORTHWEST*. , i , ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber No. 3280. folio 178 et seq. of
the land records of the District of Columbia.
i and at the request of the party secured thorny,
the uud.-rsign.-d trustees will sell, at public
auction, iu front of the premises, on FRIDAY.
' THE TENTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1914. AT
i FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described
''and and premises, situate in the county or
Washington. District of Columbia, and designated
! as and being lot numbered eighty-three (83> m
llarrv B. Willson's subdivision of lots In square
numbered twenty-eight, hundred and thirty-flve
<28X51 of Sowers and Mattlngly, trustees . sun
division of part of "Pleasant Plains." known as
??Mattlngly Tract," as per plat of firs t-men
' tloned subdivision recorded in the office or tne
?urveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber
! 34 at folio 48. .
Terms of sale: Sold subject to ? prior deed
of trust for $4,750. and the am-mnt over and
above paid trust to be paid in cash. A deposit
of $200 will be required at time of sale All
i conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pur
chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with wi n
in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise tn?
trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser
after five days' advertisement of such resale in
aume newspaper pubUsh^YW^nctOT^ D. C.
HERBERT T. SHANNON.
mh31-rt&d?.eSn Trustees.
ADAM A. WKSmi.FR, ArCTIONEER.
1 ,'OTJS
ByR?4Su??o?Te^ of truit recorded in
liber No 3127. folio 275 et seq., one of the
land record, for the District of Po ImpWa and
I at the request of the party secured thereby, tie
undersigned will sell ctwn. in fwjt
of th? premises, on H KSDAY. TUB 1?'l?
TFFA'TII day of APRIL. A.D. 1014, A l
H\LF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lot num
fired forty-four, fn Lewis K. Breuninger s sub
division. in block numbered forty-seven Hol
mead Manor, in the county of Washington, W>
trict of Columbia, more particularly described
In said deed, improved by a three-story brick
dwelling house, with stable In the rear.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and
two vesrs. with Interest at fl per cent, payable,
semi-annually from dale of sale, represented by
notes of purchaser, secured upon the prin--rty
sold or all cash, at purchaser s option. Taxes
adjusted to date'of sale. *200 deposit required
at the time of sale. Conveyancing **<***?!
purchaser. Terms to be complied with within
tin days from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees" reserve the right to resell the property
Lt the riJk and cost of the defaulting purchaser
after Ave days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in the city of
WaWIURTON 'E?'LFSTKR. Southern bMg.;
MICHAEL J. COLBERT, Southern hide .
apS-d&ds.eSn Truateea
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON', AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF A TWO-STORY AND
BASEMENT BRICK RESIDENCE, N O. *j08
10th STREET N.B.. WITH TWO-STORY
BRICK STABIX IN REAR.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded in Liber 3511, at folio 286, one of the
i records of the District of Columbia, and at the
reaueet of the party secured thereby, we. the un
| dersigned tmstJes will sell at nub "jetton in
g?T VViST&r AT HALF^TTOtB
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and
! nfpmiRM situate in the city of Washington, Dis
trict of'Columbia, known and distinguished_ aa
lot numbered twenty-three ^
division in square numbered nine hundred and
?ix'tv (90l>> as the same is recorded ini book
K L II page 158, of the records of the office of
fhe surveyo/ for the District of Columbia, to
irether with the improvements thereon.
Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $1,800.
fNirther oarticulars of which will be stated at sale.
%ems: AU ovlr atHl above sald prlor nrum
<" b;i^V..?e"b'TermsePS be'^SliS
Jrtth within fifteen days from fay rlak and
wise the property will be resold at the risk and
cost of defau\yng^?rchaser. o Jtee.
HERBERT A. GILL, Trustee.
mh31-d&ds.eSu
ADAM A. WKSCHLBR, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BAKBRUPTTT Or TAL
ITABLE VNIMPROVEft LOTS ON 3rd, 4th
AND ??th STREETS NORTHEAST* ECK
RvNvlrtneNof an order of the Supreme Court of
the* District of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy
Court in re John H. Nolan, bankrupt ??!?
n"" and 924 the un.lersiKned trustee will sell
"by* A"c9>nUCt.on f ?t of the -P^ive
DAy"oV IprT" mi the following described
?e"il pstatc, situate in c.upty of Washington,
District of O'CLOCK P.M. B
is 20 21 22 2T., 24, in block 16, now
known as square '_3503, on West side of 4th at.
""'""IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER
on "? immediately thereafter
??fo ft 7 8, ?. 10. 11. 12, 14 and part of lot
?i^ow known as sublot 28. In hlocl SO now
known as square U0S1. on east tide 4th St. be
,W"U V,MMEmATELY THEREAFTER.
Lots 30 31. 32 and 35, in block 19, now known
' a, snuwe 3062. on west aide 4lh St. between V
and W j,??,AXELT THEREAFTER.
. ? ni oo ?vj ?4 2T> and iI0, block 20. now
' known I* square'3021. 011 west side 5t? St. be
I tween THERE AFTER.
Lots 15, 1?. 21 and ? ,J''"
known as square 3616, on west aldr ,,th sf. he
tween T AXELT THERE AFTER.
? r^it 13 in block l-.l. now known ns S'luat
3?12. on east side 3rd at. between \ and W
"tIi" above lots will first b. offered in parcels
a. at.'ve recording the highest offer, and sub
sequently will be offered as ;i1 whole, and will be
sold in such manner as will produce the beat
PITerni? of sale: On each parcel one-third cash,
balance in two equal installments, payable in
one and two years, n-ltb Interest at six per
cent per" annum, payable semi-annua.ly from day
of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the
property sold, or all caah, at the option of the
Smreha/er A deposit of J100 on each parcel
if ^tld separately or ?.-,no If sold as an entirety
required of the purchaser or purchasers at th- (
time of sale. All conveyancing. recordiDg and ]
notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms
of aale to l>e compiled with within fifteen days
from dav of sale, oth.-rwlse the trustee re
serves the right to re?.ll the property at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper Duhlished In the city of ashlngton,
new p p batES WARREN, Trustee.
?p4-ll*i?s.eSu Southern Building.
ADAM A. WESCHLHR. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Handsome Stone-1
front Residence, No. 1726 I
Street N.W.
T5v virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
?*? l7ti, 4lav of Auaust. in the year nineteen
hundred and twelve, and dirty of^the
17 li?12 in Liber No. 3563, folio -87, or tnc
land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the l?rty secured by Mid
deed of trust, the underslgued tniatees will
iTl a. public ?^tlon ih fr^t ^ the Remises,
on WEDNESDAY. TrtE FIFTEENTH DAY r
iiiDii, i T? 1014 AT FOLK O tjLUta, iu?
foll<>\vlng-described land and premises situate in
the city of Washington, District of Columbia,
a Part'Siffn','^ginal lot twenty <201. in square
ono hundred aud tweuty-scven <11.7).
wlt'in the following metes and bounds, vi^..
Begimiing for the same at the northeast corner
of said lyt and running thence west on I
forty-on,- (41? f^-t; thence south one h"?dr?e
il(X? feet* thence west live (5) feet to tne
went line of said lot: thence soytth on said
west line thirteen ?13) feet to tlie southwest
corner of said lot; thence southeasterly on the .
southern line of said lot to the angle tn ^ld |
south line; thence east on the south line or
said lot to the southeast corner of said lot,
land thence north one hurolred and forty-nine
(149) feet to said street and the poiut of ^" |
ginning, being all of said lot except the ;west
Ave (5? feet front thereof on 1 street, b\ the (
depth of one hundred (100> feet. r .
Terms of sale; The property will bo offered ,
i for sale as a whole, subject to an lncumt?rance
of thirty thousand dollars i$30.000), secured by
first deed of trust and due and pay ablet he
elahteenth dav of March. 1U1?, and bearing in
tereat at the' rate of 5 4-10tbs per centum per
annum. All cash above said first mortgage will
bJ required. A deposit of one thousand dollars
IS 1 0001 in cash, bank draft or certified check,
acceptable to the trustees, will be required at
lbTai'<Seond interest adjusted to day of sale. All
f.mvi-vancinc recording, etc., at cost of pur
chaser. Term's of sale t?j be compiled with within
thirtv da** from date of .-ale, otherwise the
trustees feserve the right to resell the prop
erty at the risk and cost of tlie defaulted
nurehaser after ten days' advertisement of sii'-h
resale in i-orae new;?paper published in Wash
ington. D. C. CHARLES E. MARSH.
I ALLEN J. POSTON".
i apt d&ds.exfiu Trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
FITTCRE DATS.
ADAM A. WESCHI.EIi. AUCTIONEER.
T.t1V'5- sai'e of vam:abi.f improved
HEAL ESTATE. HOUSES NOS. .",12. M?
AND 510 COLl'MRI-V KOYD NORTHWEST.
J*y virtue of that deed of trust recorded in
Liber No. 300!?. folio ir.1 ct goq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbia, and at th*>
roqurst of the party secured thereby, the under
signed will sell at public auction, in front of
the respective premises, on TUESDAY THE
FOURTEENTI 1 I?AV OF APRIL. A.D.' lf?i 4'
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. lr?ts numbered forty
two. forty-three and forty-four, in l.look num
bered one. iu Oscar Wilkinson's subdivision of
lots in said block and known as "S^heutzen
Park." in the county of Washington. District
of Columbia, more particularly described In
said deed, Improved by three two-story dwelling
houses.
Terms: Ea^h parcel will be offered separate
ly. One-third cash, balance in one and two
years, with interest at 0 per cent, navabl*
semi-annually from date of sale, repressed bv
notes of purchaser, secured upon the property
sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option Taxes
adjusted to date of sale. $200 deposit required
on ear-h parcel at time of sale. Conveyancing
at cosr of purchaser. Terms to be complied
with within# t? n days from dar of sale other
wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of
such resale in some newspaper published in the
city of Washington. D. C.
WHARTON E. T/ESTER, Southern bldc
MICHAEL J. COLBERT. Southern bid* *
?p3-d&d?.eSn Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN a. SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. NO. 1 U01 THIRTEENTH
STREET SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. folio 231 et sen of
the hind records of tlx- District of Columbia
and at the request of the nartv secured thereby'
the undersigned trustee will sell at publi,- uuc
tion. in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY
THE EIGHTH DAY OF APRIL. A D 1914 AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow*
ing-described land and premises. Situate in the
county of Washington. District of Columbia ;ind
designated as and being lots numbered fifty ifiO?
and fifty-one (51) in square numbered flftv-six
hundred and one (SflOlj. loss that portion of
lot numbered fifty-one <51 > Iving west ,.f the
prolongation of the west line* of lot numbered
twenty-seven (27) in square numbered fiftv-six
hundred and one (5601) to the north line of
said lot numbered fifty-one fM>f ?n 6llhdl
2s, "Fa^lawn." Plat of which
\ lyrkrCT!ertJ^,he offlr* ?1 th* surveyor
of the District of Columbia, in county book 42
page 16. together with the Improvements, con
slsting of a two-story-and-cellar brick dwelling.
*?Etrn,? ?T S* *\. A11 <ahh utKn'? * certain prior
deed of trust, the amount of which will b* an
nounced at the time of bale, a deposit of $50.00
will be required. All conveyaucing, recording
etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to bo
complied with within fifteen davs. otherwise the
trustee reserves the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement 01' such resale.
AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COMPANY
by CORCORAN THOM, Vice President/
Attest: Trustee
JAMES F. HOOD, Secretarv.
mh25-eod&da,exSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
020 Pa. ave. n.w.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE.
Frame Dwelling No. 402
f irst Street S.E. by
Public Auction.
By virtue of authority vested In the under
signed, I will sell by public auction, in fmnt
of th<- premises, on MONDAY. APRIL THIR
TEENTH. 1014. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. part
of lot 12, square 734. 17x00 feet, Improved by
frame dwelling, near H. of R. office building.
Terms: Cash. A deposit of $100 required at
sale. Terms of sale to be complied with in 20
days. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at pur
chaser's cost.
By order of the heirs.
Estate <5. G. Dickerson, deceased.
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Bathroom adjoining every bedroom. Tele
phone in every room. Unique situation?
central. Meals a la carte at prix-fixe.
Orchestra throughout the day. Moderate
tariff, and the most famous Palm Court in
Europe.
Booklet free from the International
Sleeping Car Company, Dorland Travel Bu
reau, 281 5th avenue, New York.
V London
The First Hotel of Europe.
F. W. KAISEIt,
General Manager.
SPRING RESORTS.
SPRING RESORTS.
ATLANTIC riTV, I*. J.
THE EASTBOURNE,
Pacific ave., opp. Park place; ocean view. High
class hotel in best location. Private hath*; mod
erate rates. GARWOOD &. JOHNSON.
ATLANTIC CITY N. J.
PHILLIPS HOUSE.
vnchu.sotts Aveuu?
?quest.
and Bou.-ii.
I . P. PHILLIP."
VIRGINIA AVE . NEAR BEACH.
Open ail tho year. Pine table. Suites with
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangement Elevator to all floors.
Special rates for spring. Capacity. 250.
Mrs. N. K. HAINES. Owner and Prop.
Va. ave. and Beach.
'# Ocean view. Greatlv
Improved. Capacity. 350. Private baths, running
water iu rooms, elevator, etc. Musi. . Special.
$12.50 up weekly, $2.60 up daily. Open all the
year. Booklet. SAMUEL ELLIS.
Hotel BothweU,
pier; highest standard in cuisinu and service;
modern appointments; booklet.
J. A. N. R. ROTH WELL.
Lenn. ave., tirst hotel from
Boardwalk. Cap.. 250. Every
home comfort. Special early season rates. Un
excelled table. Booklet. G. W. CARMAXY.
Miller Cottage Vr-iuT.1.^,
15 N. Georgia ave. Cap.. 250: hot and cold water
baths: $ 1.25 and $1.50 d'ly: $7 awl $8 u-'kly. Es
tab. 35 years. Bklt. E. CROUTHAMEL. Mgr.
HOTEL LELANDE
Mass. . dlrc-t \
* at" baths- : < a$<-n:i>>
' !? ?a:?T- p:1
? It P. HAWK.
WILD WOOD. N. J.
ST'FAD V??i'K EAS'l'i'ft AT
WILDW?h>U BY l Ui; s?A.
Delightful '-linja*'-. cxoellent Lomelike hole's;
plenty of a:nii.-ernentt
WERVKRSVUJ,^
XJALEN HALL"
f??? W I K\r.KSVUi .1.. PA . ? ~t
Fredonia, Bo
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
So. Carolina ave. and beach; private baths;
running water In rooms; elevator to street level;
sun parlor. Capacity. 350. Special rates.
- okjpt. BRYAN & WILLIAMS.
leading High-class Moderate Rate Hotel.
IbemarBe,
tor. private baths, sun parlors: French . hefs:
evening dinners. Special spring imte6?$2 up
daily: $10 tip w<>ekly. Itooklet. J. P. COPE
Our grand, new stone build:ug with Its
dainty furnlsi:incs is an idea; place for
;ood peoj?le for the spring season, lie
:ced ratos during C..?t j?oriod.
?
Mydriatic and other Pat s tor Pleasure
or Health in our beautifully lltted depart
ment. Same management as Atlantic City.
TIheLoraiite,
beach. Suites with private baths: frea-i aud sea
water, running water In rooma. Elevator. Eie^'tric
lights. Every convenience. f\ E. WAGNER.
HITEL BALI
Sr. Charles
place and
_ w . Beach. The
popular section, within sight and sound of the
ocean. 200 large, sunny rooms, all open ex
posure; private baths, running water in rooms;
sun parlor, porches; elevator, ete. Cuisine ana
service best obtainable. Special March and April
rates. Booklet. h ^ DYNES.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Joaiah White & Sons Company.
Oeean avenue
'9 and Boardwalk.
A high-class tamlly hotel at moderate rates.
Cuisine the best. Elevator to street E. Lockhart.
HOTEL
CHELSEA
Occupying entire block of oeean front, in the
fashionable Chelsea section: 300 bed chkmbers
with private bath <freah and se.i water*. High*
class orchestra, cafe, grill, etc. I'rrn>h chefs.
tioif privileges. Autos meet trains. Booklet.
Open all year. J B. THOMPSON Cu.
FOR EXCURSION SERVICE.
Capt. Lewis Carter to Place Steamer
Bartholdi in Commission.
Capt. Lewis Carter, chief engineer of
the Consolidation Coal Company tug Udith
Goddard Winship. has purchased the lit
tle steamer Bartholdi from Capt. Fred
erick Burlingame of this city, and after
the vessel is given a general overhauling:
she will be used In the summer excursiot
service on the river. The Bartholdi was
brought here about fifteen years ago from
the north, and was used in excursion
work on the Potomac, and later she was
employed on a ferry route between this
city and Alexandria to the steel plant.
About two years ago she was purchased
by Capt. Burlingame. who expected tu
employ her in freight and passenger serv
ice 011 the river, but it was found she
was unsuited for this work. For the pa^:
sixteen months she has been lying idle,
part of tho time in Bretons bay. Md.. bat
during most of that period at this ?-it>.
The Bartholdi is a wooden-hull vessel
of twenty-live tons gross register, and is
tTJ.0 feet long, feet beam, and 4.4 feet
deep in the hold. She was built at
Brooklyn. X. Y.. and gets her name from
the fact that when a new vessel she *as
employed in running between N\w York
and Bedloe Island in New York harbor, oi.
which stands Bartholdi's statue of Lib
erty. Capt. Carter has taken charge o?
the Bartholdi, which is lying at Began a
boatyard.
Capt. Richard C. Marshall, common
wealth's attorney of Norfolk county, Va .
died Sunday at the home of his son.
Lieut. B. C. Marshall. I", f?. A . at Fort
Monroe
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