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Coatlnel cottage city, mlt Price, $6,950. Beautiful bungalow of six large rootfia, bath, open fireplace, larjre cellar, stationary wash tuba, electric UgLts. gaa, garage; lot 40x150. Terms. Price, $4,750. An attractive fcvir-room bungalow, bath, electric lights, gas; lot 45x100. HYATTSVILLE, MD. Price, $6,500. Beaatifnl eight-room house, bath.. electrU lights, yes, hot-water heat, one-half ~acr* of land, garage. Very easy term a. Price, $5750. New five-room bungalow, a.ra.l., oo lot 50x 150. Terraa. RIVERDALE, MD. $5,950. llelutlfnl home of nix larje mom,. bath. Cil electric lifbta. cltj water. Iar*e cellar. Matlonary wash tn^s, lot SAxlHO. Term*. BRENTWOOD. MD. Price, $2,950. One black from ctr line. Owner compelled to sacrifice hie fire-room bungalow, oo lot 80x 125; elect lie light*, gaa. city water. Terma. WM. G. RICHARDSON, 225 Colorado Building. Main 3531, FOB HOMES AND UN VESTMENTS See SIAnoRNEY ft SULI-IYAX? ? -a*- ? "They Know Washington." 1527 Bye at. m.w. Tel. Main 7851. MT. PLEASANT?DETACHED HOME WITH ground facing 3 streets. Near terminus of Conn. ave. car line; *10.900. Terma. PERCY II. RUSSRLL CO.. Exclusive Agts., 026 l?th Street N.W. nrP;n.jMcn noME ON('K- roti ijvk in It a l.fctlme. We hulld It right to your mean, draw jcinr plans and help financing: last r?f? In Washington. TKPPKR CONST. to.. 81. l, at. n.w Phnim M. 1DT4 or N. JllliO. HfcACTIKlL Hol'SH ON EAST CAPITOL ST. near Lincoln Pnrk: with all modern Improve ments, Including Inlilt ln garug, anil Klaswl in and greened aleeptn* porch. Thi? is an ex ceptional buy. For farther detail, see MPNSEY THCRT CO.. Real Ustate Dept.. Muns.y 1 >M?. Fr. (KH2. SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON. Beautiful 5-room tapestry brick porch house: gaa lights: furnace heat; prnctli-ully new white nelfrhborho'st. t'lri-- condition. Diatinc t'? Britain. Price, S-1.000. Cash. ?7U0 Terms, S4U month. * MI-NSET TRCBT CO.. Real Estate Dept., Munsey Mdg. Tel. Fr. 0042. RfSBTtFCL rt-Rooii nut's;'. T'olonhi. porch; furnace heat; yarsgc: S.E. Wash.'njrton: ?onT. Lincoln lark and new Eastern lli.ii school. Price. $t;.300. Terms *" MI'NSET TRUST CO Real Estate Dept.. llur.tey hl.ljr. fr. gyj, Be anre to see our SUNSHINE I HOMES MICHIGAN PARK 12th and Mich. are. Bungalows and central hall homes, in town, with ground all around, for less than houses in a row. Over sixty sold before completion. Easy terms if de l sired. Take Brookland car to, end of route, or telephone Main 693:; for automobile. Built by MIDDAUGH & SHANNON, Incorporated. Main 6025. Established 1WI9. Woodward Bldg.. 15th and H. "No Place Like Home; No Home Like Ours." BEAUTIFUL DETACHED BOI SE ON C.EOR gia ave. cur line; 9 totms and bath; large lot: garage trod nil modern improvements Will be sold by owner at sacrifice. Call in person. 4*i04 Georgia ave. Nil agents. ? Notmi Cdl.tMUlA TlfcltillT.S; s UOOfiS and bath; tiled bath: sleeping porches: co lonial design: tapestry brick construction; beautiful interior: big lot; attractive home; nearly new. Special price. $10,500; reason able terms. LOUS P. SHOEMAKER, l-?07 New York ave. Main 1166. KHEl'llEKD ST." N.W.?SIX LAHuITisr>OM!<7 tiled bath; hot-water heat; laundry; colonial design: modern hoi:se, in fine condition: you will like this one. Price, $s,750; $2,000 caah. I.Ot*IS P. SHOEMAKER. 1407 New York ave. Main 1166. NEAR CARS: NO It Til WEST SECTION; SIX rooms and bath; porches; new modern house: parage; awnings: hot-water heat: attractive home. Price, $8,250; reasonable terms. LOt'lS P. SHOEMAKER, 1407 Now York sre. Mafn 1160. BEAUTIFUL NEW CHEVY CHASE BUNGA low; specially built; large lot: shade trees; parage: hot-water heat: 5 moms and bath, with large porch. Price. $9,200; moderate terms. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 1407 New York are. Main 1166. POSSESSION MARCH 15; CENT It At* LO&A tion. on car ine: 6 rooms and bath: hot-water *heat: brick construction. I*rice this week, $5,500; $700 casli: balance terms. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. . 1407 New York ave. Main 1166. THE BEST OFFERINGS IN TAKOMA-PARK. The following is only a partial list of houses %We hnve for sale. Consult ue before buviag. ?2.000?Three rooms, bath, furnace. $3.150?Five rooms, garage, water, elec. Us. $3.900?Four rooms, a.m.i., paved street. S5.000?Four largs rooms, new, a.m.i. &5.750?Si* rooms, half acre, paved street. $6.000?Five rooms, a.m.i., s!eeping porch. $7.00(W-Five rs., a.riHi., fireplace, oak floors. $J-300?Six rs.. garage, a.m.!., paved atreet. $7,300?1" ive rs., a.m.i., sleep, pel)., near cara. i $7,500?Six large rooms, a.m.i. $8.400?Five large rooms, a.m.i., paved. $8,500?Five rs., sleep, pch., a.m.i., garage. $8,750?Six rs., attic, new. a.m.!.. b -w. h! $9,000?Six rs.. new. a.m.i.. h.-w. b.. nr. cara. $9,500?Six large rtoms, sleeping porch, a.m.i., carage, paved street, h.-w. h. $9,200?Ten rooms, a.m.i., close to cars, paved street, h.-w. h. $12,000?Seven rooius. sleeping porch, hollow tiJe, cak floors, h.-w. b.. fireplace, gar. $12.500?Nine rooms, a.m.k. acre ground. Many large country places In and near Ta koma, from $5,750 to $22,000. LILLIB 4 HENORICK. 21-23 Carroll ave.. Takoma Park. Col. 892-W. liY OWNER. BEST MOUNT I'LEASANT SEC tian. Just off Columbia road and 16th: a.m.i. Also, central. 1012 Mass. ave. n.w.; twelve rooms, three baths; h.-w. h., electrlcitr, *a rage. Po??iession of both. Bargains. | PRETTY AND SUBSTANTIAL SUBURBAN HOME. $750 CASH DOWN. . At Hyattsville, near boulevard and cara; eevtn nice rooms; good heating plant; elec ] triclty; built-in garage; well built and at J tractive in every respect. Price, $6,500; $750 leash down, balance arranged. <618011.) O. B. ZANTZINGER, Realtor, Pig loth at. n.w. M. 5371. SAUL'S ADDITION. $10,500. . An exceptionally good buy: aeven rooms land bath: h.-w. heat; electricity and gas; I double bark porches; good deep lot; only I $10,500; equity In cash, balance payable $77.50 I per month. See it at once. (59S611.) 1 O. B. ZANTZINGER. Realtor. ?12 10th st. n.w. M. 5371. NEAR CHEVY CHASE CLUB. $12,500. I A lorely home that you will like; seven lovely rooms and tile bath; large living rootn; open fireplace; hot-water heat; elec tricity: pretty lot and fine location. A real home at $12,500. Terms arranged. (57S611.) O. B. ZANTZINGER, Realtor, 912 10th at. n.w. M. 5371. Exhibit, . 2733 CONN. AVE. |Bet. Woodley Rd. and Cathedral PRICE, $20,000. Two stories, attic, library, two fireplaces, two baths, break fast and sleeping porches, chauf feur's or maid's room with bath; single or double garage at cost. Bnilt by MIDDAUGH & SHANNON, Incorporated. Main 6935. Established 1899. Woodward Bldg., 15th and H. "No Place Like Home; No Home Like Ours." I ftlTsTT7 NEAR CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL rooms and hath; h.-w.h. Price, $7,500, n I a. JOHNSON CO.. 1338 H at. n.w. 200 QUE ST. N.W.?4 STORY, BAY WIS Plow brick; 10 rooms and bathi 1 strobes. Pric# #7.500. I I 1219 Que n.w.?4 story, bay window brick; j i.-w.k.; corner 13th. Price. $12,000. D. H. JOHNSON CO.. 1338 H at. n.w. bath, bay window brick; furnace heat. Owner ?ska $7,500. Make offer. D. H. JOHNSOS CO., tl338 H at. n.w. Oth ?T. NEAR QUE N.W.?4J ROOMS AND atb, bay window brick. Price. $7,000. D. H. JOHNSON CO.. 1338 H at. n.w. ST. NEAR 14th N.W.?6 ROOMS AND ath brick; colonial porch. Price, $6,500. D. H. JOHNSON CO. 13S8 H at. n.w. CHARLES S. SHREVE, Sole Agent. 1000 7th St. N.W. I 918 N st. n.w. 9 rooms, bath: 3-story brick; arge lot: rear altey. Price, ?6.000. Terms. | 1543 8th st. n.w. 9 room if hath: 3-story ?oner brick house. Price, $6,000. Terms. [;EAR 19th AND H N.W.?12 ROOMS AND ath; hot-water beat; newly papered and ainted; will sell reasonable to quick pur haser. 8th and G n.e.: ft r?vtm? and bath: furnace eat; will aell for $5,250. Can fix terms. DW. P. SCHWARTZ, Inc., 734 15tb n.w. Mr. Kramer.) ^ FOB SALE?HOUSES. Continued WANTED F5R 15XCHANQB AND buyers, city and country property, farms and homes. Address Box S-M. Star office. FOR COLORED?BY OWNER. NO AGENTS; 6-room and bath brick; latrobe. gas; near Central High School. Price reasonable; terms. Large back yaiti; apace for car. Address Box M7-JL, Star office. "* OWNER. ATTRACTIVE HOtlSE &N Crittenden st. n.w.; 8 rooms; built tour years: >11.500. Col. 1034. ?? INSPECT AT ONCE. NeW B. II. Graver Homes. 4315 and 4325 X?ff Hampshire ave. n.w. at Grant Circle. 8 rooms; a.in.i.; double sleeping porches. Built-in, heated garage. V Lxtraardl nary values. All sold but two corner*. Open aud ligited until 0 p.m. Terms. Slain 8072. t* OWNER MUST SELL. Leaving city, owner has to dispose of his home at once. Colonial f*ont porch, sleeping porch, six rooms, bath, liot-water heat, metal weather strips, screens, parquet floors down stairs, deep lot to wide paved alley. House in excellent condition throughout. Near 1st street and Khode Island ave. I don t believe vou can find a better house at the price? $9,000. I can arrange terms if you can mate a good cash payment. Write me today. Ad dress Box 127-L, Star office. 9 COLORED?0- ROOM AND BATH BRICK house, fine location. 1238 Duncan at. n.e. Small ca?h and monthly payments. JOB. a. HERBERT A SON, 515 E. Capitol st. 20 QUINCY ST. N.W.?MODERN 8-ROOM house for sale by owner, $5,000 for quick sale: $1,200 cash. $00 a month, including interest and payments. Look at house and inject lo cation. If Interested, apply to E. EDWARDS, Tl? Md. are, n.e. it (SA BON ABLE CASS PAYMENT wiLL PUR cliase new home in Washington's most exclu sive residential section, nesr home of former President Wilson. Houae contains 8 bedroom". 2 batlis. sleeping porch, maid's room and bath: beautifully built and flnlshert; every conven ient. Price 122.300. For Immediate Inspec tion, piiune Main 5950. or address Box 31-U Star office. fiF"TOC" HAVE NOT SEEN OCR NEWLY PLANNED "BOXES." lUth and Park road n.w.. Don't select your house without doing so. They undoubtedly represent the last word in modern home building?not the naual type # room plan, but ? nice. loomy, bomeUke horns to the last detail. , Neatly and artistically decorated. Beauti fully finished and equipped with all tl? new labor-saving appliances. Built to stand tbs teat of time. LOCATION. 1 square north of 19th awl Park road, over looking Rock Creek Park?the nationally I known beauty spot of the whole country. The price and terma will appeal to those seeking easy home buying. I sample house. 8308 ISth at. n.w. Open and lighted dally. CHA8. D. SAGEK. Owner aad Builder. 923 16th at. Mala 36. ??Headquarters for New Homes. j +0 CI-O&E ESTATE. Near l?th and Columbia road. Six rooms snd bath: elec. light, h.-w.li. furnished. Price. JlO.riOO. To inspect, address Box 30-L, Star office- i ? FOR SALE?COLORED. Several very attractive homes; in best northwest section; prices from $3,000.00 to $6,250.00. Terms very easy. | B. B. PINN, Col. 5817. 712 Kenyon St. N.W.j Modern detached home Overlooking Western High School. Corner lot, 50x150. I Six room* and bath, cellar. j Six thousand dollars, very cheap. J. LEO KOLB, 1237 Wisconsin ave. Phone West 1613. i NEAR CONNECTICUT AVENUE AND EYE street: line residence; suitable for dwelling | or apartment renting purposes; al?o in coming business neighborhood, 17 rooms and 5 baths, large frontage. Substantial cash payment re quired. l'rice. $42,500. Address Box 318-K, Star office. __ _ ; EYE ST. N.W. NEAR 19th?TEN ROOMS and bath; completely furnished: electricity; excellent rooming house proposition; owner; leaving city. Price entire, $13,500. A real I opportunity for some one > UNION 1IEAJ.TY CORPORATION. I Malnjm.Y_ | OW NER WILL MAKE BIO REDUCTION IN , i moderr cotta?.-, six dnndy rooms and porches: | large lot; in northwe?t suburbs; altitude und i view unsurpassed; 25 minutes to Treasury, ei- 1 tber car line. OTers cheerfully considered; , Moot se'l. Phone Cleve. 1400. j "proposals. ""OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C . Washington. March C. 1922. Sealed proposals I trill be received at Room 500, District Iiuild-< In*. until 2 o'clcck p.m.. March .30. 1922. for furnishing an/1 delivering snoj ptows. P**? street cleaning division. For deta.led informa tion apply to Koim 320. District BntoHng. CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JAMES h. OYSTER, CHARLES KELLER. Commissioners. D. t. mh?-3t AUCTION SALES yiTlns pAva. TUOS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTION RERS. TRUSTEES' SALK OF LOT 82, SQUAIIB 5104. WASHINGTON. D. C ...... Bv virtue of a power of salt contained la a dead of trost from George K. I.imaa to the undersigned trustees, duly record*] among the land words of the District of Columbia, de fault having been made in the payment of the debt secured by laid trust, and at the request of the holder of the trust note. *lle undersigned* trustees will sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, on the No 1007 47th St. n.e.. on MONDAY. TilL THIRTEENTH DAT OF MARCH, 19.22. AT FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M., lot No. thirty two (32), In square 0164, improved by a fire- , room frame dwelling. _ Terms of sale: One-third cash at the time or sale or within fifteen days thereof, *100 of which to be paid at the time of sale, balance one-third in six and one-third in t*el" months, or all cash at option of buyer. De ferred pavments to bear Interest and to lie secured t'o the satisfaction of the trustees Conveyancing, stamps, recording and title at the cost of the purchaser. t MARION DUCKETT. T. HOWARD DCSKE1T. Trustees, Evans building. 1420 New York ave., Washington. P. C. mh2-10t,ex8u THOMAS J. OWEN A S6N, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VAT^AB?E I^TJ IN "MANNING HEIGHTS," TO BE SOLD WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THOMAS J. OWEN A SON, 1331 <i ST. N.W. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 4015, folio 428, et seq., of the land recordn of the District of Colum bia. and at the reqnest of the party secured therebv. the undersigned trustees will sell at public* auction within tl? office of Thomas J. Owen A Son. 1331 at. n.w., on THl BSD AY, THE SIXTEENTH DAT OF MARCH, A D. 1022. AT THREE O'CLOCK P.M., the follow ing-described land anad premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being lots numbered 6 7, 12 13, 18, 19, 20 21 22, 23, 45, 71, 72, 78 and 79, in block r.umbered 2, known as square 5078, and lots 48 49, 54 and 55. in block numbered 3. bow known aa square 5079. in a subdivision known as "Manning Heights." aa per plat forded in the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, in county book 10 at folio 65. Tenns of sale: All cash. A deposit of $200 required upon acceptance of bid. Conveyanc ing recording and revenue stamps at pur chaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied with within 30 days or deposit forfeited, w wllum T V. STUBBLEF1ELD, GARFIELD A. STREET. mhfl-Ot.exSu Trustees ?At)AM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. ?Bankruptcy Sale of LacHes', Men's and Children's Furnish ings, Dry Goods, Notions, Novelties, etc. By Public Auction at Weschler's 920 Pa. Ave. N.W. (Second Floor) Thursday, March 9, 1922 Commencing 10 A.M. / Terms: Cash. mh7-2t 8 AMU EL C. REDMAN. Trustee. THOU. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE RRICK DWELLINGS. NOS. 1527 AND 1539 CO LUMBIA STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 4523, folios 877 and 380 et teq., respectively, of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at th$ request of the party secured thereby, the' undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE FOUR TEENTH DAY OF MARCH. A.D. 1922. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia and designated as and being lots 147 and 153 in I>. L. Morrison s et al. Subdivision of lots in square 363, as ?r plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for sald.District In Liber H. D. C.. folios rt and 014. Terms of sale: Each lot sold subject to a nrlor deed of trust for $1,500 and the amount over said deeds of trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of *200 required upon each lot at time of sale. Conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps and notary fees at cost of purchaser. Terms to be compiled with within thirty daya from day of sale, otherwise the property may be readvertlsed and resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting^ugWr "^purchaser,. LOUIS B. SCHNEIDER. B)l>3-dftds.?Su Trustees. AUCTION SAT.V.S THIS AFTEBMOOll. .?J>. C. CHEMICAL 00. AUTHORIZED TO SELL entire stock or fixtures AT PRIVATE SALE OF H. IB. LED & CO.. ON THE PREMISES PKNNA. AVE. N.W.. ROOM 14. bS..Ti. ?* ,?f Tooth RrwilKfl. Hair f-3 ifui sha,'ln* Bru?hc?, Combs, Stationer/ and otupr tutndrles loo ntuneroua to mention. SALE TO START TUESDAY. . N1NKTHIRTT TftMVKN A.'?: AND CONTINUING EAC1I DAY NINE-THIRTY TO ELEVEN A.W. _ENTIL_BOLI). mli?-3t THOMAS J. <5WEM & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Two Very Desirable Two-story and Basement, Six-room and Bath Brick Dwellings No. 1547 and 1549 4th Street N.W. Excellent Opportunity for Colored Home Buyers. By authority rested In ua we will .ell at public auction. In front of .thn premise* on TUESDAY, MARCH SEVENTH S? ' at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK KM . lots 32 and 33 In square 521. Two colored hleli schools and Howard University are within a few minntea' walk of tills pronerty S"h <Iel'c?" on day of tale. , 9300 within 30 days and the balance payable ! MS per month, including all interest. Oood i title or no sale. (onveyanclnr, recording J and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Fur ; tlier particulars at time of sale THOS. J. OWEN & SOX. Aucta I mli2-d&da 1331 o st. n.w. j TOMORROW. thos. J. owen & sox, AUCTiONkEEsT" Administratrix's Sale of Furni ture and Contents of Premises No. 1730 New Jersey Avenue N.W. By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court or the District of Columbia, holding a Probate Court, in re the estate of dGt'orgo II. Tucker deceased, Administration No. 2Sr43, I will seli at public auction, within the above premises on WEDNESDAY, THE EIGHTH DAY OF March, 1922, commencing at te\ TIIIIITY O'CLOCK A.M., a general line of Household Furniture, consisting of Parlor, Din ing. Bed Room and Kitchen Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, China. Bric-a-brac, Pictures, Etc. SARAH E. Tt CIvER, Administratrix. R. B. B. CHEW, Attorney. 426 5th ?t. n.w. mh188.8.131.52 I THOS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. ' Trustees' Sale of Valuable Im-! proved Real Estate, Known as 1726 P Street N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in liber No. 4319, folio 80. et seq., ! of the land records of the District of Colum bia, and decree of the Supreme Court of the Diatrict of Columbia passed February 21, 1022 I in equity cause No. .19764, and at tie request | of the party secured by said deed of trust, j the undersigned trustees will sell, ut public ! auction, in front of the premises ou WED NESDAY. THE EKJH JII DAY OF MARCH. I A. D., 1D22. AT FIVE FIFTEEN O'CLOCK j P.M., the following-described land and prem ises, situate in the city of Washington, Dia trict of Columbia, and designated as and he-1 ing lot 101 in Joseph R. Johnson's subdivision in square 157, as per plat of said subdivision ' recorded in book 20, page 7, of the records I of the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia, subject to a right of way over the rear 5 fe?t of said lot for alley pur- j poses, together with the improvements, con- I sisting of a 3 stories and cellar, brick and stone dwelling, with wide side and rear alley, I heated by steam, lig; ted by electricity. Prop- j erty sold subject to existing first deed of trust I rcorded in liber 3K79, folio 179 et seq;, of said I land records, in the sum of $0,000, maturing ' April 8, 1924, bearing interest at 7r/o per j annum, said interest parable semi-annually. ' Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase 1 ! money over and above said first deed of trust i ! to be paid in cash, balance In two equal in-1 stallments, payable in one and two vears, with interest at tt per centum per annum* pay- ] able semi-annually, from day of Bale, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash over and above said first deed of trust at the option of the purchaser. A de posit of $.">00.00 will be required at time of sale. Taxes and interest on said first deed j of trust to be adjusted to day of sale. All | conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps, etc., , at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to lie compiled with within 15 days from day of sale, otherwise the deposit will be forfeited to the trustees, and the trustees reserve tie right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five davs' advertisement of such resale in some news- i paper published in Washington, D. C. FOUNTAIN BEATTIB. Substituted trustee, i FREDERIC E. JOHNSON. Trustee. 1342 New York ave. n.w. f?26 d.Uu&ds THOS. J. OWKfc A sbN. AUCTIONEERS." j Trustee's Sale of the Three Story Brick Dwelling, No. 1014 8th St. N.W., and the Two-Story Frame Dwelling, No. 1145 8th St. N.W. | By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Cause No. 39704, will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF MARCH. 1922. COM MENCING AT FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M., the following-descrihed land and premises, sft irate in the District of Columbia and being part of original lots 11 ami 12 in 'square 402, described a* follows: Beginuing for the same at a point in the line of 8th street west. 31 feet 2 inches south of the northeast corner of said lot 11 and running thence west 7tt feet, thence south 17 feet 7 inches, thence east 5 feet, thence south 5 feet 5 inches, thence east 71 feet to 8th street w?>st. thence north along the line of said street 23 feet to the point of beginning. ALSO IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. Part of lots 14 and 15 in A. Rothwell and Henry Naylor's subdivision of square 425. as per plat recorded in Liber N K. page 239, in the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of ! Columbia, described as follows: Beginning for the ?amo at a point in the line of 8th street distant 20 feet 6 inches north from the south kwest corner of said lot 14, and running thence north along the line of said street 22 feet 6 inches, thence east 90 feet to an alley; thence south 22 feet C inches; thence west 90 feet to the point of beginning, with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash and the balance in two equal installments, payable in one and two years from the day of sale, and to be rep resented by the promissory notes of the pur chaser, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, payable Beini-aimually. and secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or nil cash, at the option of the pur chaser. Two hundred dollars deposit required upon each parcel upon acceptance of bid. All conveyancing, notary fees and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied with within 30 days from day of sale, other wise the trustee reserves the right to resell I the properly at the risk and cost of default ing purchaser, after five days* advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington, D. C. WALTER A. JOHNSTON. ? Colorado building. ftf4-dft>ls.PxSn Trustee. THOMAS DOW LING & CO.. AUCTIONEERS. 1115 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OP TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING," NO. 1318 PXPTK STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Cause No. 3MXJ9, we will sell at public auc tion. in front of the premises, on WEDNES DAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF MARCH. 1922, AT FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M., the fol lowing described land and premises, situate 5n the city of Washington. District of Columbia, and being all the land and premises as recorded in Liber 2781, folio 223, of the land records of the District of Columbia, distinguished as lot numbered thirteen (13) in Callan's recorded subdivision of part of square No. 480. Begin ning for the same at a point on 5th St., west, distant one hundred and forty (140) feet north. from the southeast corner of the said square; thence west ninety-three feet four and one half (93.4%) inches, thence north twenty (20) feet: thence east ninety-three feet four and one-half (93.4%) inches, and thence south along the line of said 5th st. twenty (20) feet to the place of beginning, together with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash and the balance in two equal installments, payable in one and two years from the day of sale, and to be rep resented by two promissory notes of the pur chaser, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7%) per centum per annum, payable semi annually and secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. Two hundred (200) dollars' deposit required upon acceptance of bid. All convey ancing, notarial fees, revenue stamps and re cording at the purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty (30) days from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five (5) days' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published In the city of Washington. Diatrict of Columbia. EMANUEL M. HEWLETT. * ? ? PERRI W. FRISBY. Trustees. fe24-dts.ex8n THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS. TBrJ?IJ5E8,.?4.US 0F TW0 VALUABLE SIX rWOM AND BATII BKICK DWELLINGS, NOS. 702 AND 710 IRVING ST. N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly receded in Liber No. 4568, folio 321 et seq.. and Liber 4o08, folio 332, respectively, of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at publie of the Premises, on WED T?E EICHTH DAY OF MARCH. A.D 1922. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the fol lowing described land and premises, situate la Jb.e Distrfct of Columbia, and designated as and being lots 91 and 95. in Dennis McCarthy's subdivision of part of block 6. in Ttodd and Brown s subdivision of parts of the tract of land known as "Pleasant Plains." and "Mount Pleasant," as per plat of said first mentioned subdivision, recorded in Liber No. 60. folio 189, of the records of the^fflce of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. * Terms of sale: All %ash over.a prior deed' of trust for $3,250 on each lot. A deposit of $206 required upon each lot at time of sale. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Terms Of sale to bs complied with within thirty days or deposit forfeited. JESSE H. HEDGES, JAMES M. CARTER. fe.4,d&d*.??Su Trustees. AUCTflhl SALES 1 AUCTION SALES TQMO ItEOW. TOMOHROW. C. G. SLOAN & CO.," Inc., Aucts. CVf f <* 715 13th Street Mahogany and American Walnut Dining Room 6 18 (Furniture, Persian Rugs, 5 Antique. Mahogany Re ?ce?tion Chairs, Mahogany Bedroom Suites with ?mwtiw* "Rlg:h post beds, Antique Mahogany Sofa, Chests of Drawers, Snapjtiop Table, Reed and Wicker Chairs and Rockers, Bed and Table! Linen, Brass and Iron Beds, Bric-a-Brac, Domestic Rugs, Draperfcs. Office Chairs, Overstuffed Living Room Suites, Ivory-finishedjflaedroom Suites, etc. ( At Public Auction 6 % Within Oar Galleries 7 * 715 13th Street | ! WEDNESDAY I March 8, 1922 \ At 10 A.M. i l And at 12 M. 1 TPord Coupe in Good Condition Terms, Cash. 1 C. G. SLOAN, & CO., Inc., Aucts. FUTlf US DAYS. ADAU ATWEsfl liLKB, AUCtlONEEH. Executor's SeJe to Qom an Es tate of Valuable Comer Prop erty, Thr<?-story and Base ment Brick Dwelling With; Garage, No.j 3829 Eye Street I Northwest* By virtue of an thl fily vested !n the under signed, I will offe;ri-ir sale by public auction, in front of the pr en ilee*, on TUESDAY. THB FOURTEENTH Da?: OF MARCH, 1922, AT FOUR O'CLOCK J*M., original lot 10 end part of original lotH&Z.in square 100, described in one parcel ds tfWfiws: Beginning for the same at the soutlraettt corner of said lot 10 and running thens* north along 19th street 90 feet to center id a brick wall, thence east 41 feet, .thence s-iith 90 feet to "I" street and thence west fa-long said "I" street 41 feet to the beg Js njng, improved by brick dwelling contain! if. about 20 rooms and 4 bath*, with brie!3 garage. Inspection upon application to ait< g.iooeer. Terms: One-th!ttl cash, one-third in 90 days and one-thlrtl In 0 months, secured by deed of trust on tta*. Property sold, or all cash, at the option of tbi rpurchaser. A deposit of $500 required at saf P. Terms to be complied With in ?0 days. . All conveyancing, record ing arnfc ievenue stl tips at purchaser's cost. WI1J JAM 8ELBY, Executor. mh2-di&dfl,exSi> "TjTosTjT"0WEV4 a sox, auctto^eEKST TRUSTEES* SALE* OF VALUABLE UNIM PROVED KE&ft .ESTATE, AT THE S.E. CORNER OF 3if;wATION ST. AND BELT ROAO. CHE\tC CJIASE. By virtue of a freJ^ain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber tWa, 4028, folio 376 et seq., of the land record*!^ >f'(the District of Columbia, and nt the request j of 'the party secured there by, the under*ign*>?I trustees will sell, at public auction. in front ??l* the premises, on MONDAY, T1IE THIRTEENU I PAY OF MARril, A. D. 1922. AT IHRBlfMXCJLOCK P.M.. the follow ing described Ism'lfautli premises, situate in the County of Wash 1114 tret. District of Columbia, and designated sru# nrLbeing all of lots 11 and 12 in square 17434 lit iFnlton R. Gordon's sub division of part ( ft a ktract of land called Chevy Cliaae, as per pi* jf r?e*orded in the office of the surveyor for the gijtistrict of Columbia in book 24. pajre 41. Terms of s?le*.t M?Ufccash. A deposit of $250 will be requiredi 6 Jme of aale. All con veyancing. recor< linj i J-erenue stamps, etc., at cat of purchaser. ^Terms of aale to be com plied with withinj tl IrCr days from dsy of sale, otherwise the tra^ttesj reserve the right to re sell the propert fa'3 the risk and cost of de faulting purchs m>\ after five days' advertise ment of such lft'Si I> in some newspaper pub lished in Wash Aigi <pi,~l). C. EDMUND VI P fk. 1311 H st. n.w.. J FROM E HIJPJ 4ARD, 738 13th at. n.w., mh2-d&da.exfrw^ m Truste?s._ Til03. J. OWaSw SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' R.% CM DF VALUABLE REAL ES TATE. IM PP.OlrED BY THREE TWO STORY kKDl BASEMENT BRICK DWEI#LIN( fr. KNOWN AS NOB. 1640, 1042 AND hi 44 SIXTH ST. N.W. By virtue ofJt.hree certain deeds of trust, recorded re?pe< lively August 15, 1921, October 4. 1921, and Cfrri ber 4, 1921, among the land records of the jVIj (riot of Columbia, and at the request of the/ parties secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc tion, in front oi the premises, on MONDAY, THE THIBTEfcj'TH DAY OP MARCH. 1922. AT 4:4."? 0'CL?#CI v P.M., the following real es tate, situated 5n the City of Washington, Dis trict of Colunrbiland designated as and be ,lng lots numht'tvi one hundred and sixty-seven (107), one hunis jd and sixty-eight (168), and one hundred snj sixty-nine (14)9), In Francis Tourney's sutn'tiv hion of lots in square num bered four hundf ?>d and forty-four (444), as per plat recorded Is the office of the surveyor of the District ofH Columbia In Liber 15, folio 94. Terms of sritt>: Esch of the above lots is subject to a p) ior deed of trust securing an indebtedness <tf $2,250, snd each lot will be sold subject to%i aid deed of trust indebtedness. Of the purcbaseT^*Ice over and above said dted of trust. one-Ull ihi is ta^be paid in cash and the balance in nftfoi equal Installments, payable in one and t?fc? years, with interest at 7 per cent per ann atnk payable semi-annually, se cured by seco ad deed of trust upon the prop erty sold, or ail cssh at the option of the pur chaser. A <lo? -oslt of $200 on each of the I above lots willf be required at the time of sale. All conveyaricii g, recording, revenue stamps, etc., at cost ?4 purchaser. Terms of aale to be complied vfrarr-?w1thln thirty days from day of sale, othrraise? deposit will be forfeited and property rf?old at risk and cost of de faulting pure /is# ?r. alter Ave days* advertise ment of sue! jl t esale in aorat newspaper pub-! lished in W ngton. D. C. ' 01. t FRANCIS SAUL. Trustee, 1412 Eye st. n.w. iG.| PERCY McGLUE. Trustee, 508 E st. n.w. mhl -d4ds.e?*u. THOMAS DO* LING * CO., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' 4 ALE OF BRICK DWELLXHG NO. 3B 32 SEATOH ST. N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated January 22. IF 12, and recorded In one of the land records r the District of Colombia, and at the reque strbf the party secured thereby, we will aell at public auction, in front of the premises, on. 'UHURSDAY. MARCH NINE. 1922. AT FO* :RJTHIRTY O'CLOCK P.M., lot No. 2S7, In ? harles W. King's subdivision in square No. 1.150, together with the improve ments there J? . Terms: /old subject to two deeds of trust for $2,000 /an 1 $1,750. Details announced at sale. Bal apct cash. One hundred dollars de posit requi'j^d at time of sale. All conveyanc ing, recor CnfjB.j .stamps, etc., at purchaser's eost. Ten ts oafsale to be complied with with in 15 daytJ of ^he trustees will resell at the risk and c cat! of the defaulting purchaser. GEORGE E. C. HAYES, CHAS. E. ROBINSON, mhl.7.8 Trustees. ADAir "WBCBlM, AUCTIONEER. Trustees1 Sale of Entire Stock of Gvy^ceries Contained in Wholes' tie Establishment at No. 3Cflp ieth Street Northwest. By TirtU'h, of a certain deed of trust duly recorded ii 1^ ? Liber 4520, folio Sll et seq. of the land niO ords for the District of Columbia, and at the,* equest of the party secured there by, the uifcg rslgned trustees will sell, within the above ia amines, ^ %' Public Auction Mt Mf'lay, March 13, 1922 Cbi omencing 10 A.M. Corn, PaVegetables, Succotash. Lima Beans, C< ?:*i. and Tomatoes, Evap. Milk. Mo lasses. Si n) ?, Tuna Fish, Sardines, Mincemeat, Matches, M e. Starch, Insectine, Soda. Orange ade. Cocka , Preserves, Jellies, Extracts. Ruisins, Oa ndy, Figs, Nuts, Olives, Peanut Butter, S|AjK et, Cereals. Sweet Potatoes, Gold Dust, S<ai?. Flash. Vinegar, Brooms; also Iron Safet.7Jfesk, etc. Terms. CHAS. M. GFSACK. BENJAMIN BROOKS. Trustees. mh7-d^ A1 bs.exSu ADA; l, aTweschTSb, auCtioneeiT. Furni ti re, Fixtures, Carpets, Sto rf), etc., Contained in Sec ond tJiand Furniture Store No. 401 Wz Street S.W. ' ? BY PUBLIC AUCTION, FI til JAY, MARCH TENTH. 1922, COMMENCING 10 A.M. Bureo AgJ Chiffoniers, Chifforobes, Bookcases, Wardro- Music Cabinet, Roll-top Desks, Extensa u Tables, Baby Carriages, Hall racks, B? *ds. Springs. Mattresses, Sani tary CbaHies, Organ, Sideboards, Parlor Suites. Re frigerators. Kitchen Cabinet. Cloth ing, Stc an i Table, Cake Griddle, Coffea Urn, Lunch 1 )a? les. Crockery, Trunks, etc. Terms Cash. mh7-3 . ADAM A. WHSCHLER, Anct. THOMAflJ J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. Trust c?i's Sale of Two Brick j Dwellings, Being the Six roo: j i Dwelling No. 249 3d Str d st S.W. and the Four rood i Brick Dwelling in Rear Th fesof. By a Qthforlty vested in the undersigned, un-j . oj? Ror THIRT t O'CLOCK P.M..' lot 868 (formerly part of lot 34), la square BM. Term; g One-third cash, balance In one and two yet 5 s. with interest at 7 per centum per annum, j ayable semi-annually and secured on the prtgx rty sold, or all cash at purchaser's option, i Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps /ai purchaser's cost. A deposit of $200 .required J at time of sale. Purchaser allowed thirty laj s to complete the purchase. Further particular s at time of ssle. THE W. VSHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COJU 'ANY. By THOMAS BRADLEY, Vifcet President, Trustee. fe2T-d&ds,exSu KITl'HK PAY S. ADAM A. WBUCHLEB. AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Valuable Resi dence Properties No. 1743 Park Road Northwest, No*. 917 and 919 Virginia Avenue Southwest and Business Prop erties Nos. 145, 147 and 149 D Street Northeast. By vlrtne of a decree-of the Supreme Conrt of the District of Columbia, passed Id Equity Cause No. 80440, the undersigned trustee* will i offer far sale by public auction. In front of i the premises, the following described land and premises, situate In the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to-wit: On THURSDAY, MARCH MXTBEXTH. 1922, AT FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M., lot 809, in square 8013, improved by S-room, 2 bath and cellar brick residence; hot-water | heat and electric light; No. 1743 Park road 1 On FRIDAT. MARCH KEVRNTEENTTJ, 1043, AT POUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. lots 88. 89, and 00, in square 724, improved by S brick stores, Nos. 143, 147 snd 140 D street n.e. On the SAME DAY AT FIVE THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. lot 16. In square 383. im proved by brick snd frame dwellings Nos. 017 and 010 Virginia avenue s.w. TERMS OF SALE: One-third of purchase money to bo paid in cash, the balance In two equal Installments, payable in one and two years, with Interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, frtmi day of ssle. se cured By deed of trust upon the property sold, or all caah, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 on eat-h property required of the purchaaer at the time of sale. All con veyancing, recording, revenue Htamps and notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in some newspai>er published In the city of Washington, D. C. CHARLES W. DARK, 1310 F st. n.w.. HENRY I. QUINN. Colorado bldg., m hfl.llt.exSnAh Trustees. THOMAS J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. 126 Shares of Greenp Capanea Copper Company Stock, 25 $1,000 Gold Bonds of the Chevy Chase to Great Falls Land Corporation, 12,000 Shares of Mojave Tuns ten Company Stock, 50 Shares of the Continental Trust Com pany Stock, 248 Shares of the Emerson Pump and Valve Corporation Stock, $11,259.00 Worth of First Deed of Trust Notes. To Be Sold at Auction. Pursuant to an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Probate Court, in the matter of the estate of Orren. G. Staples, deceased, administration No. ?5061, we will sell at public auction, within our office. I 1331 G st. n.w., Washington. D. C.t at THREE O'CLOCK P.M. ON THURSDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF MARCH. 1922, the above stock, bonds and notes. Said notes are secured by a first deed of trust for $2,250 on lot 87 In square 4007, lots 47, 48, 49 and 50 in square 4068. beinjr premises 1206 Orren street n.e.. and 1112, 1114. 1116 and 1118 Staples street n.e.. respectively. Terms: All cash at time of sale. T1I08. J. OWEN A SON. Aucta. mbl-7t.ex8u ADAM A. WBSCHUR, AUCTIONEER. Large Sale of Lades', Men's and j Children's Furnishings, Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, j Groceries, Housefurnishings, Hardware, etc. By Public Auction at Weschler's 920 Pa. Ave. N.W. (Second Floor) Thursday, March 9, 1922 Commencing 10 A.M. j Hosiery, Underwear, Overalls, Shirts, Men's ! Pants, 10 Cases Shoes, Collars, Suspenders, ! Socks, Ladies* and Children's Housedresses, I Waists, Kimonas and Aprons, Sweaters, Rain costs, Quilts, Dry Goods, Notions, Neckwear, i Leather and Cotton Gloves, Handkerchiefs, I Kelts, Hair and Shaving Brushes. Combs, Etc. Also Groceries. Tobacco, Cigarettes, Lanterns, Galvanized Tubs, Lamp Chimneys, Hardware, Housefurnishings, Etc. Terms: Cash. ADAM A. WESCHLER, mh184.108.40.206 Auctioneer. THOS. J. OWEN A SON, AUCTIONEERS. Partnership Dissolution Sale of Valuable 14th Street Business | Property, 50 by 105 Ft, Wide AUey, Improved by Three Three-story Brick Buildings, With Stores on First Floor and Apart ments Above. Nos. 1529-1531 and 1533 14*h j St. N.W. By authority vested in us we will sr.I at I public auction in front of the premises on FRIDAY. THE TENTH DAY OF MARCH. 1922, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., lota SU5-800 I 807 in square 241, Improved as above. These properties may be sold singly or as an entirety as purchasers may desire. Terms can bo arranged on very favorable conditions. $500 on deposit on each parcel at time of sale. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Sale to be closed within 30 days or deposit forfeited. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. marS-d&ds.exSu Ancts. THOMAS DOWI.I.NO ? CO.. ACCTlOXfcEfX 1115 Eye st. n.w. Auction Sale of Storage Furni ture at Smith's Transfer and Storage Warehouse, No. 1313 U St. N.W., Friday, March 10, at 10 O'clock A.M. We will sell at public auction, at the above warehouse. Household Furniture, consisting of Brass and Iron Beds. Springs, Mattresses, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Wardrobes. Buffets, China Cabinets, Antique Pieces. Chairs, Tables, Refrigerators, Glass end Chinaware, Gas Range. Stoves, etc., etc. Goods on display Wednesday and Thnrsday. mh7-3t TH0MA8 DOWLING A CO.. Aucta. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' 8ALE OF 8IX-ROOM AND BATH BRICK DWELLINO. NO. 207 EYE STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 4434, folio 138 et seq., of the land records of the District of Colum bia# and at the request of the party secured I thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer ' for sale by public auction, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE NINTO DAY OF MARCH, A. D. 1022, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and premise#, situate In the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lot numbered thirty-five (35) in Charles Gessford's sub division of lots in square numbered seven hundred and sixty-seven (767), as per plat recorded in Liber 20, folio 53, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, improved as above. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, the balance In two equal installments, payable In one and two yea re. with interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, se cured by deed of truat upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. ? deposit ef 1250 required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All conveyaocing. re cording. revenue stamps ana. notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms o* sale to be compiled with in thin fifteen, days from day of 1 sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost Sthe defaulting purchaser, after five days'! vertlaement of such resale in some news IPUb",hSml?,RTh8.CMHE^Jnet0a-1 MILLUB.N" J. DONOHOE, f?27-dMa.ex8u Truit.e,. EDUCATIONAL. Washington sr 1416 Ere N. W. Main 4?5? N'wr fireproof bnildlny. newly equipped. ACCOUNTANCY *1 * ^ Offers exceptional opportunities to ' ambitions men and women. 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The supreme oppor tunity of pleasurable, vorthwhile travel is offered in our cruise-tour by specially chartered new and superb Cunard - Anchor Liner "Tuseania" sailing from New York July 5th, returning September 6th. Weil - planned itineraries ? long glorious Summer days spent cruis ing or on leisurely and interesting sliore excursions. Option to return via North Atlantic. There are various programs for visiting PAL ESTINE ? ROME ? the PASSION PLAYS at OBERAMMERGAU ? dif ferent parts of Northern Europe including PARIS (Battlefields), LONDON, etc. Inclusive Fares from $600 For Full Particulars Apply THOS. COOK & SON 245 Broadway, New York Or Local Steamship * Agent ROYAL MAIL to EUROPE | NEW YORK?CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON?HAMBURG VESTRIS : Slay 20 ARAGTAYA Apr. 22 VAN DYCK June 3 OROPEgA Mar. 17 Apr. SH June 9 ! ORBITA . . Mar. 31 May 12 June 23 I ORDl'NA Apr. 14 May 26 July 7 VAITBAN July 12 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. 26 Broadway, N. Y., or local agents. MEW ZEALAND UM HONOLULU. SUVA. AUSTRALIA The Well Equipped Royal Mall Steamer*. "Niagara" (20,000tons),Mar. 17,May 19.July21. "Makura'**( 13,500 tons) ,Apr. 14, June ltt, Aug. IS Sail from Vancouver, II. C. For fares, etc., apply Can. Pac. Railway, or te 1419 New York ave., Washington, Canadian Australasian Line, Winch Building, 741 Hastings St., West, Vancouver. B. C. ' STEAMSHIPS. Coathm N OTOTA Y North Cape and the Fjords Sailings to NORWAY Direct March 17 May 19 April 7 June 9 April 28 June 30 Fast Modern Twin-Screw Steamers Superb Cabin Accommodations Cabins-de> Luxe Moderate Rates \ Norwegian America Line 22 Whitehall St, New York official notices. ''""H'miomer* or TfriT br* i?h Co'|""b1*- February 20. ltzt. Soth-r it rf hiM1! ,h* Pi"nPhl"' containing 1?? taxes in arrears on real nron#rtv in i?' Columbia on Jnly 1, 19*>i" in Srif 3 overdue. printed and copies thereof are on sale at th?? i#1*#co"*ctor of taxes. I>. c.. at |10 50 . Mni'itt 2xe" or? ???"?meats doe. with mStVu'u?;js? r.p"id nrtor !i Aiarr/i 14 j?zz, the date fixed for sal# tiu* 852T/ ?ifT0l?J^ wli' ** ,uW ,l public'sue n r ? 1* et.,be collector of tsxea D. C., commencing March 14 1922 the hour. of 10 ??. Tnd V'p m '.Sd <Tn wSdI^*1 nnMl"7; ll8UDd'ft* ,e*al h?M*y fa "Id ' CUNO H. * KTOOI pSSTjAfiB"V OTSTER, CUARI.ES KE^kT dilZol era.U.C. fe220.127.116.11.mh6.7 Dlafrtrt^f0 r^HBKfX,MMWSI0NEHS 0Ir THE J!1"'"'" Columbia. Washington. March 3 I? ni? ? ? tblt Section 1, Article IX of iSmhT. il Hffulatlona Of the Dlntrict of'cS th?foli?lrln?*"5v "m'n,,'d bT thereto SmS in nV P"5"" "ba" ,brow- ea.t, or* m??_' ln ?'.upon "y avenue. sllev. if. 7 y- 'oot"'"-T- or aldewalfc anr anVw which may have fallen upon or ice which mav jr,ofl*.'LCI,?^1^f<l "" ,b" "Kt ot In7 building in r lure; 1'r"vld"1 ,b?t If nerna?ar? ? nw ? Vf.?. 'D0W or ,ce ,rom ,he roof of IHIiii ? . * or "'rucmr* for reaaona of vrtttoiit JtSl? "t11 'InPrmctlcable to do *> SniiHii oU,i"* ,be "bora prohibition, ta'.d prohibition may b? waived if the person of " Immediately remove from anv SE^tw'S?? * T' bijrbway, footway, or SStij If? ,now er lf* thrown, cam. or de ?r?t-Q i Cl.VO H. RUDOLPH. "mmf?lL?.rre CnABLES KELLER. SANCHEZ WOULD ADJUST HIS "TANGLED AFFAIRS" Deposed Governor of Paebla Emerges From Hiding: Place and Secretly Visits Mexico City. MEXICO CITT. March 5?Jose Maria Sanchez, former governor of the state of Puebla, who was ousted gome time ago by a vote of the legislature following disturbances in which several deputies were killed. Is reported to be in Mexico City at affafrs^ arra"Ee his tangled h???nCht* foTL several <3aS'? past has P?.^ioepor"'d lo be 1'ding in the,." Puebla mountains, but the morning newspapers today assert that he is in the capital. His adherents In ,are se?klnK ?0 have him re turned to membership in the chamber of deputies, where he would be Im, mune from arrest on charges of belnfr implicated in murders In Puebla Froylan Majarre* has been installed as governor of Puebla, and the leeiB-'*" ^ire' whlch had been functioning at San Marcos, has now moved back " Puebla resular 'egialative palace in " FIND MISSING BOY'S BODY. Fishermen Solve Mystery of Bruns wick Disappearance. Special Disnatch to The 8tar. . \ FREDERICK, Md., March 7 The'" mystery surrounding the disappear?' ance of James Henry TVrhrht sixteen Kvr!%!* 7nt,?f Mr and Mrs BeeS >Vris:ht of Brunswick, was soived when the body of the youth was (found wedged between two logs an ' ?hHrn .on the- shore of an island in iv ac river near Knoxville ber i' y?".t.hh ^appoared on Decern ? r., ^ 'th two companions he rode a freight to Harpers Ferrv, where they went to a shoe shop. Hii two I companions returned by "freight" to their Brunswick homes, and It Is said: that young bright "jumped" tha-' same train. He did not show up at Brunswick that evening, and a search" of sporal weeks failed to throw anv - ?.? he whereabouts of the bov, The Theory is advanced that Wrighi ' rode the same freight that his com- - pamons took and fell into the Po jtomac river as the train passed over I the bridge near Harpers Ferry. Flood waters, it is believed, carried the body to the edge of the island, where it caught in driftwood and was dis covered by two fishermen. SAYS U. S. NEEDS ROME.' Cardinal O'Connell Declares City ' Center of Civilization. ROME. March 5.?Cardinal O Cor nell, Archbishop of Boston, today ' celebrated low mass in the American Church of Saint Susanna before 300 Americans, after which he delivered a short address. In which he alluded to the change in the last fifty year* in the American viewpoint about the papacy. "Some say that Europe needs ? America, continued the cardinal "but as an American I can state that America needs Rome and Europe as she cannot separate herself from 'tK* past, and Europe Is the past and Rome is the center of modern civili zation. "I do not understand why Iittl* American Methodists collect money - trying to purchase the souls of llttW" Italians who have had their religion for 2,000 years." VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION. *-? Liquid Lava Pours Out After Burst ing of Eruptive Cone. By the Aaaoclated Preaa. NAPLES, March 5.?Mount Vesuvi us again is in eruption. The phe- - nomenon began with two mild shocks of earthquakes, which were followed J by the collapse of the eruptive cone..' 200 feet high, which stood inside the crater. The fall of the cone was accom-'r' panled by rumblings and explosions and the throwing out of ashes and incandcscent stones. Liquid lava poured out from the crater in atreami - and in the twenty-four houra since-.. the disturbance began It covers an 1 area of 100.000 feet. The lava has formed round th<a1 crater an Incandescent band morfe 1 than 300 feet wide. The temperature . of this molten mass Is 2.000 degrees Fahrenheit. The width of the crater is now 1,500L feet. Prof. Malladra. director of the observatory of Ve* suvius, descended into the crater at the beginning of the eruption. The heat scorched his face. ? ?? 1 FRENCH MOVE TO CITIE&. Rural Population Growing: Less Worries Authorities. ^ PARIS. March 3.?France's rur?1 population, as shown by the 1911 cen sus. Is 15,000,000 out of the approxi-I mate total population of 37.00'3.000.! M. Oheron, minister of agriculture, called this to the attention of the" chamber today during dlscussloaQofl measures to be taken to encourages the "back-to-the-lan<l movement." Hi 1896, the minister declared, the I^Sr^l population was 23,000.000 out of i total population of SS,000,060. ?