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BUILDING OF HOMES
“LEADS IN PEWS
I
Authority .Granted, Past
Week, for Construction in
District, Totals $198,400.
Homo building load in the list of
projects for which permits were is
sued by the district during the week.
The total value of the construction
aggregated $198,400. The list fol
lows:
J. P. Tanney, to build, 501 S Macomb
street; $6,000.
Charles Gross, to build, 4508 17th
street; $15,000.
Wardman Park Hotel Company, to
build theater, 2Sth and Woodley road;
$40,000.
U K. Breuninger & Sons, to build.
6704 16th street; $27,000.
Mrs. A. A. Huguely, to repair 617
New York avenue; SIO,OOO.
I* Kaplan, to build. 1209-1211
Staples street northeast: SIO,OOO.
A. S. Mattingly, to repair 3217 14th
street; $2,000.
\V. C. Downey, to repair 2473 ISth
street: $11,400.
George G. Moran; to repair 1218 C
street northwest; SI,OOO,
Rev. Thomas J. Duffy, to repair
229 I street northwest; $9,000.
Clarke N: Johnson, to build. 1332-
1338 D street northeast; $25,000.
Mary Schaefer, to build, 142 Ana
costia road; $2,000.
G. L. Groves, to build. 103 Capitol
avenue northeast; $3,000.
H. A. Kite, to build six houses,
3119-3129 Newton street northeast;
$36,000.
TRADE UNIONS LOSE
HEAVILY IN MEMBERS
Figures Given Following Survey of
Building Conditions Through
out the Country.
The supply of organized labor in
the building crafts in the United
States is apparently not being sus
tained. according to official reports
of the average paid-up membership
'ln the seventeen building trades
unions. In the last two years there
has been a loss of nearly 60.000 mem
bers in the.ve trade unions or 7 per
cent, while a loss of more than 4,000
members has been reported during
the past year. These statistics, com
piled by S. W. Straus & Co., in con
nection with a survey being made of
national building conditions, and
made public, show the decline of
membership in the building craft
unions.
tabor officials explain that the
membership of the various unions at
the present time is probably consid
erably larger in a number of in
stances, as per capita tax was only
paid on a minimum membership. It
was pointed out. for example, that
the Carpenters and Joiners - Brother
hood. at the recent convention of the
building trades department of the
American Federation of Labor, held
in Portland, fire., reported a mem
bership of 35<i,000, although on the
basis of per capita taxation on mini
mum membership the union is cred
ited with 315,000 members.
FIRM’S SALES TOTAL
$139,700 FOR WEEK
Homes in Various Sections Includ
ed in Deals Through Hedges
'& Middleton.
Sales announced by Hedges & Mid
dleton. Inc., aggregate $139,700. The
list follows:
A two-story detached borne, 1226
Crittenden street, was sold for John
Yoos to 11. J. Kappler and William M.
Newman. This house has eight rooms.
John Day purchased from Biagio
P.• Amhrogio and Samuel Rossi the
property at 1617 17th street northwest.
I OUTSTANDING I
| HOME VALUES \
\ You’ll instantly pronounce - these $
West Chevy Chase Heights semi-
bungalows Washington's biggest
and best home buys.
floors, open fireplace, hot-water
S heat. lot 60x100 $10,000%
\ feet
$ SMALL CASH PAYMENT $
$ TERMS TO SUIT YOU
WEST CHEVY
\ CHASE HEIGHTS |
has paved streets, sidewalks and
other improvements. The homes
5 offered above are on the main \
\ Rockville Pike, two blocks be;/onei \
J the Rank of Bathesda. \
Representative always on property.
H Thomas Hampton |
| 710 14th St. Ph. Fr. 5394 |
Semi-Detached Brick
Homes
IN A HIGH-CLASS DE
TACHED NEIGHBORHOOD
Each House Like a Corner.
Side Lawns and Side Lights.
Six Rooms, Bath and
Built-in Garage
These homes have all the
refinements and appointments
of homes costing double the
price. •
At a Price Less Than
You Pay for a House
in a Row
Inspect and investigate our
ECONOMICAL Plan of Pay
ment.
B 817-831 Quackenbos
Street N.W.
Take 9th st. cars to Georgia
ave. and Rittenhouse st„ one
square east to 9th st. and one
square south to homes.
Open and Lighted to 9 p.m.
Your Own Broker, or
Charles ML Wallingsford
James A. Connor
(Builders and Owners)
1036 Woodward Building
Telephone Main 2990
REAL ESTATE.'
It contains a large storeroom, two
apartments and a garage.
A new colonial home, 8 Bryant
street northwest. Just completed by
C. H. Small, .was purchased by Mrs.
Lula Tremaln. It contains six rooms.
Miss Dorothy K. Allen sold a semi
bungalow, 1204 Emerson street, to
Mrs. Ada I. Roberts. This house has
eight rooms.
A frame building, 736 llth street
northwest, was purchased by Max
Sloan from Herman E. Gasch and
others. It is expected that the pur
chaser will put up a modern busi
ness building on this site.
A two-family apartment. T 753 Wil
lard street northwest, was sold for
William H. Hampton to Miss Clara
Mclvain. These apartments have five
and six rooms each.
/ three-story brick dwelling. 1711
17th street northwest, was purchased
by Dr. Phillip H. Laddon from Millie
Kahanov. This property is located In
the first commercial zone and will in
all probability be remodeled for busi
ness purposes.
Wellmay Wayland purchased a new
home built by C. H. Small. 9 V street
northwest. It has six rooms.
The two-story brlek dwelling, 1017-
19 4V4 street southwest, was sold for
Isaac and William Levy, to a local
investor.
Charles Seebold purchased a new
home, 2306 North Capitol street, and
T. B Bailey was the -purchaser of
2316 North Capitol street. These homes
have just been completed by C. H.
Small and have six rooms.
, REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
LARGE NEW DOWNTOWN GARAGE
i-^
1828 L St. N.W. In the Heart of the Busy Automobile Section
Arranged for both storage ami display purposes. Wide, easy rom off extra wide alley to second
floor. This feature makes it possible to use the second floor separately and reduce the expense
of operating the building.
Price and Terms Reasonable
Construction is of brick and concrete, with latest modern heating plant.
Size «rt by 147 Feet to n 30-Foot AIIey.—BUSINESS PROPERTY DEPT.—MU. RICIIAHUSON
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| Elegance + Utility |
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I Corner 39th & Sts. I
| $15,250 |
| You who have looked about a bit have found that at this price I
E it is always a question of sacrificing- either elegance or utility in =
| buying a home. One of the reasons that this beautiful corner |
| home has met with such unanimous approval is that it gives i
| both. .That the appearance is striking is evident from the photo. |
| An inspection will convince you that the floor plan is ideal, that it i
| is a charming home, and the biggest dollar’s worth offered in many |
| moons. See this last one today while it is still available. * |
| Open Daily and Sunday |
| 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. |
E To Inspect; Take Wisconsin Ave. Gar Which Passes Property at \eazey St. or =
= Motor Out 5
Wm. S. Phillips
| Man 4600 < ' ' , 15th at K St. N.W. |
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THE, EVENING STAB WASHINGTON, D. C„ SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1923.
SKILLED MECHANICS
HELD BUILDING NEED
Architectural Forum Says Many
Operations Have Been Suspended
Because of Shortage.
The present difficulties attending
the building industry can be attrib
uted to one basic factor—the short
age of skilled mechanics, says the
Architectural Forum, It la perhaps
the first time that numerous building
operations have been suspended for
this reason alone and it indicates the
continued difficulty that will attend
efforts to build in proportion to the
needs of our population. The rea
sons for the shortage are many and
no one group is willing to admit the
responsibility.
/Labor has been able to apply the
principle o(J restricted output, which
gives It the present opportunity to
demand and receive bonuses and un
duly high wages; the employers have
sidestepped the duty of training
workmen and have delegated it to no
one else, and the professional inter
ests connected with business 'have
been indifferent.
"The construction industry of this
country is too large and important
to allow the supply of skilled work
ers to remain any longer as a matter
of chance,” It is declared. "Sufficient
numbers of men adequately trained
must be available.
Many Step* Planned.
“Steps toward working plans for
the training of apprentices are being
formulated In a number of' cities,
such as New York, Boston, Phila
delphia, Portland. Ore., and others,
through the medium of the local
building congress groups which have
been organized and promoted largely
through the efforts of a few public
spirited and far-sighted architects.
These few local groups have found
that the results of intelligent non
partisan investigation of local con
ditions, when placed before labor and
contracting organizations afld state
educational authorities, have elicited
favorable attention and the promise
of co-operation.
“The building congress idea has
been sufficiently tested and its results
have been positive enough to prove
that it is on the right track to
smoothing out some of the building
difficulties; it deserves the support
and co-operation of every architect,
and if in every city there were an
influence at work such us exists in
those few cities where the congress
idea has taken root, the aggregate
effect would be a tremendous power
for improvement and helpful stabili
zation.
I DECIDE TODAY TO OWN A I
| BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 16th STREET |
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| of the jc>y W ;
| DESCRIPTION OF THE HOUSES |
== I liese delightful dwellings arc of brick and steel construction. Unusually large colonial front porch, with
cement floor and artistic iron railing. Spacious hall, with specially designed Roman architectural' brackets and 111
cornices. Trench doors lead from very large, bright living room (having genuine wood-burning fireplace) to
-'.l splendidly arranged dining room. Another set of French doors lead into a sunlit breakfast room. Unusually ||3
L£rrH large, spotless kitchen, having a massive one-piece sink with double drain-boards and patented flexible fixtures. pEE^
Completely equipped white enamel combination kitchen cabinet. Strictly modern, large white enamel triple- pEs
h= oven gas stove. Built-in ironing board, built-in refrigerator having service-porch icer. Wide, open-string pEs
[== stairway, hour very large sleeping rooms, having spacious closets, containing electric lights and built-in shoe p=i
containers. Two tiled, attractive bathrooms, fully equipped with built-in tubs and showers. Built-in electric
== heaters. Tinished attic; can be used as billiard room or nursery. Every room an outside one. The complete hH
lst 01 . a PP oint ments includes hardw’ood floors throughout; side-light electric fixtures of exclusive design; orna- ==
==3 mental plaster cornices and soffits and ceiling designs; wallpaper in keeping with the architecture of the house.
Doors in rich mahogany and trimmed in w'hite finish. Many electrical base and floor plugs. Dry, airy cellar,
■ w r ith built-in cold storage. Bricky coal bin. Ideal hot-w’ater heating system. Pittsburgh instantaneous hot- ill
water heater. Laundry trays, wdtll combination faucets. Servant’s room and bathroom. E==j
Built-in Garage for 3 Cars Spacious Lawns P
B „ Price $24,950 Moderate Terms B
Exhibit House To Inspect
4207 16th St. N.W. By Auto, Drive Out 16th |1
Open and Lighted
ITHF inSFPU I 1 QHAPIPH ml or Take 16. h St. Bus to g
= Daily and Sunday Houses; or 14th St. Car e=
m UnHl 10 pm - ■jji w and Walk West tol6th ’ I
THREEFOLD 914 New York Avenue N. W. Franklin 1140-1141 EASILY FINANCED |
~ “When Better Homes Are Built, We Will Build Them” |||
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I LYON VILLAGE]
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BE A COMMUNITY-BUILDER--NOW!
We expect to spend from $250,000 to thirty-three and one-third per cent. In other
$500,000 in improving Lyon Village—streets, words, LYON VILLAGE lots sold for cash
sewers, sidewalks, etc. To do this we must will go at the rate of 20c per square foot,
have funds. We have arranged . THIS IS ONLY IN EFFECT UN
with our banking affiliations to (r A TIL WE HAVE REALIZED THE
borrow more than enough to see Consider This: SUM CARRYING FORWARD
n us through. BUT WE DON’T VUIW,WC OUR IMPROVEMENTS. AFTER
WANT TO r 3 lots of e <l ual THAT THE PRICE WILL GO
Lots in LYON .VILLAGE have price. Pay cash BACK TO 30c—and perhaps
been placed at 30c per square foot. for 2—receive 3 higher.
In order to raise approximately VS it will pay you to borrow enough
s2oo,ooo—the sum necessary for , • money from your bank to en
us to go forward with the improvements in- able you to purchase for cash—the rate
tended—we have evolved a plan whereby the of interest you would pay on the loan is far
purchasers of lots in LYON VILLAGE may less than the difference in purchasing power
contribute toward the steady enhancement of your money. Besides which, the natural
of the property they have bought. enhancement of LYON VILLAGE with the
Briefly, the plan is this: To purchasers of improvements your money will help to ma-
LYON VILLAGE lots who are willing to pay terialize will add another tidy sum to an
all cash, we will reduce the price of the land already sound investment.
LYON VILLAGE is one mile front Key Bridge, on the Lee Highway, 250 feet above Washington. Fast
trolley and bus systems serve it. Drive out tomorrow or take a Clarendon bus and get off at oar office.
LYON & FITCH
Office at Wilton Blvd. and Oak St. Phone Clarendon 650
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REAi: ESTATE.

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