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Continue*, \ Contlnn**. WATER FRONT: “ RIVIERA BEACH. Maryland’s Master Water Front. Comprising the beautiful peninsula at th» month *f Rook nl stony croak* tad facing Uhssapaake Bay. with 400 acres of laid and over S miles of water front. Biriera Beach v'ands out aa the largest and beat of all Maryland'* wateryfroot development. Safa, sand? bathing beach, refined environment; 80 attractive cottager now built aad occupied; large number unde 1 * construction. Daily delivery of ice, milk and groeerlea. Catholic church un der construction. Protestant church to be built tpia season. Bathing—Boating—Fishing. Bungalows for Sale or Rent. Investigate this-*beautiful water front development baton aelecttag your summer home site Convenient In Washington; on good roads. barge lots will be gold for short time only at 1300 and up on easy terms. lor further information see Ur, JNO. g, CHANEY in the office of E. H. TAGGART. IMS h. st., on Thursday or Friday between 1 and 5. Or on Sunday. June 22, drive out Washington boulevard to Waterloo, turn right over B A O crossing, through Jessup to Kenneth Corner, here turn left to Harmaea Station on J'cnua. R. H . continue to Mato road, turn left. 100 feet on state road: here turn right on g r acel road to i.lenburnie; drive north three squares to Annapolis boulevard, turn to the right on samp and follow Riviera Reach large road signs to the bay front. I.AROK COLON!AI. HOUSE, 7 R.; NEAR in« Patuxent River; for targe family or club til* summer; good fishing, etc.; near state r t pT; «**'• Artdre*. JAM Lb BRA BUST. I all forma P. (V. St. Marys i flinty. Mq. IH* CHI! IIK.XT ATTRA.JTIVH NEW BCNGA ' front mg on excellent bathing heaoh. M.fti. 'en ly near boarding bouse for meals. ArJ*i. AN Uite House, Raver view, a. A. Co., Md. S h' S KXCLUI.ENT bay front lots -It North Roach anJ I ivesapeake Reach. Low pnees ant! reasonable terms. Let its build i‘!.' l vi U T« Un &T.t“ r ,-?L ti ' se on b ay* J. EDWARD LEWIS. 312 loth st. n.w. PATUXENT HJVER VEAU PRINCE FRED crick, ( ahert, ( ounty., Md., 22.. acre* 10- linuses. 3 barns, etc. l^Mn!o\c.Td. NKLU -' WU^IAMS * »*A«B. -? ~RuN* i A LO 4 ROOMS AND n 4 * u' “'•kdsewater Beacli. For in sist 'm l’ hon « M *' n 6771 or write Box 123 X. --C-SEl’l jyll» \« ,v a.„..„ S ‘V rTU kiver MANOR. '^uta fi H?v?r* X !r ,OTh n -N REArriFUL * t Kiver Easy auto dist : good roads; all cJ«At S a r sp. .li.. Prices. *2OO to *SOO. You aatot duply ate these bargains. Lots heauti- Lf’V’ loc :• H new subdivision. Re among the *7‘ ] Kst «rst choice. Throe mi. from on rd. to Arundel-on the-Bav Agt « n gds. or address Hoy 265 T. Star office. 20* J'™ PRO NT LOTS ON HEAUTIFUL rJ IVer “Uta dial.; good roads; all ! v ?T r r ,u>rt “ '‘flees. *2OO to 1800. You < aiinot duplicate these bargains. Lots lieauti tully lo<-.: a new .-tubdivlsioa. Be among the arst mid get first choice. Three mi. from •Annapolis on rd. to Arundel-on the Bav Agt on gds.._or address Box 20. i T. .star office, 26* te»L T ”ol 8, p472Mv M “ ’ APARTMENTS OS AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALES. Tomorhow. tom or mow. , ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER - “ ' Bankruptcy Sale of New, High-grade Furni ture, Draperies, Upholstery, Window Shades, Fine Mahog. Cash Register, Safe, Cabinet, etc., contained in Nos. 821 and 823 13th Street N.W. Also Auto Truck. ,h ' umlfr«, K „r.l Trustee will *ell within the above premises By Public Auction Thursday, June 19th, 1924 Commencing 10 O’Clock A.M. Mohair. Cut Velvet, Tapestry. ratemeil flolh Suite... Odd Chair* and Itnekrr*. Hall Chaim. Amerf ' rV*. Dlnln* Room Suite, Gateleg Tables. Cane and Mahag- V.I J * nrt Ro * k, ' , ». Kloor I,nmp», Davenport Table*. Commie Table* and ’.ripen try, Cut Plo*h. Mohair, Velvet, l)am»k. Rep. Cretonne and '• | J*‘ r< ea and I pholntery, Hralda. Gimp and Fringe. Window Shade*. lA', *"***. 101 Mahogany Cash Register, Safe, Cabiael, Sewing Marhlne*. I a hie*, u ord Delivery Truck, etc. On View Afternoon Day Before Sale T ? r o f.' , rMh CHAS. H. SKKPOUD. Trustee. Columbian Bldg TFDS J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS. TF.fSTEES’ SALE nr TWOSTORT FRAMB DWELLING. 2220 MINNESOTA AVE NUE SOfTHEAKT (TWINING CITY). ”7 virtue of ■ decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia passed to equity cause No. 43616, we will .ell at public auc tion. in front of the premia*., on THURSDAY. THtl NINETEENTH DAY OF JUNE. 11*24. AT FIVE FIFTEEN 0 CLOCK P M., the east 12V; feet front of lot 7 in block 4, in til© subdivision of Twining City, in said Dis trict, with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money in cabh. the balance in two equal in stallment. in one and two year*, to be repre sented by tlie notes of the purchaser, bearing ■6 per cent Interest, and .©cured by Brst deed of trust, on the properly, or all rash, at the purchaser's option: S2OO cash depo.il required upon acceptance of bid. All conveyancing, notary fee. and recording at purchaser's cost. Term, to b© corop'ied with wilhin thirty day. from day of sale, otherwise the trustee, re- | serte the right to resell the property, at the ri.k and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five day.' adverriaement of »uch resale in The Evening Star. GEORGE C. GERTMAN. Wash. Loan and Trust Building, WILLIAM A. LEE. Kendall Building. JeT-dAds.exSu Trustee.. _ ” THOS. J. OWEN A SOX. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE THREE STORY BRICK APARTMENT HOUSE. K SOWS AS ISI3 NORTH CAPITOL ST. N.W. By virtue of a certaei deed of trust dated February 13. 1934, tieing instrument No. 196, recorded February 18. 1024, among the land iccords of the IM.trict of Columbia, and at the request of the |iarty secured therehy. the iinder.igßed trustees will «ell at public sue non. in front of the premlsea. on THURS IIAY. THE NINETEENTH DAT OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY P.M.. the fol lowing described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being lots 107 and 108 in Francia A. Bliindon’s subdivision of lots in block S. "Blonmingdale." as per plat recorded in Liber County No. IT. at folio 9. of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, gub.iect to covenants of record. Terms: Sold subject 1o a prior deed of trust for $14,500 and overdue interest and fine, thereon and a second trust for $5,130, pavahle SIOO per month, including interest, further particulars of which will be announced ai time of sale: the purehase price above said trust In be paid in r»»h. A deposit of SSOO required. Conveyancing, recording and reve nue stamps at purchaser's coat. Terms to he complied with within thirty days, other wise deposit forfeited and. the property may be advertised and resold, at tlie discretion of the trustees. ISAAC KRIKBTEINE. SAMUEL V. CUSACK. Je14.1tt,17.18,t9 Trustees. “ FITURE days, ADAM A. WBSCHLRR. AUCTIONEER. Bankruptcy Sale of Valuable Ice Cream, Confectionery and Catering Fixtures, Machinery and Equipment Contained in No. 1508 14th Street N.W., Abo 3 Auto Delivery Trades. B.v virtue of «e order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Bank ruptcy Court in re Chas. E. Sohaffner, Bank rupt ‘No. 1464. the undersigned Trustee will sell hr public auction within the above prem ises on MONDAY. JUNE 23rd. 1924, COM MENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.U., Mahog ■nr 'Vail Cases with Mirror*. Mah. Counter. Handsome Gold Frame Mirror and Ba*e. Floor Cases. Mah. Six-Clerk Cash Register. Marble- Top Tables. Bentwood Chairs. Floor Lamps, Electric Fans. Silver-Plated Punch Bowls. Can delabra. Percolator. Traya. Kto.. Large Quan tity China and Plated Table Ware. Ice Cream Moulds, Pastry o«*e, lee Cream Machines, Motor Tuba and Cana. Ice Crusher. Ico Boxes, Candy Furnace, Jaburg Broa. Mixer, Bowl*. Lovekla 45-gal. Automatic if enter Kxke oT€n# Slock In Twd*, Dctk aafv. Burroughs Adding Etc. Also oqe Dodge and two Ford Delivery The“above will flrft be offered as aa onttMO. And if a t*atl»fartorj 1?m1 la no* pocoWod will immediate lj sold in del*H. Jfrmaeash Hii BRjcK Trustee. t-dArtha e.xSu U)lUBjj»». *~THOB. J. OWEN"* SON. AUCTIONEERS. Valuable Corner l*t fa First Commercial Zona, 2833 Fact on M Street and 110 Faat on Bth Street, Improved By Two Metal Garage* and a Frame Dwelling SOS M Street Northwest. Be authority re,ted la us we watl a«JI at 1 924, AT FODR THIHTY O'CLOCK P.M.. tots SO9 and s9l. in square 490. improved as Terms of sale: All cash A deposit of *B«> a' time* of sale Sale to be cloned within 30 riav* or deposit forfeited. Conveyam iag. re cording and revenue rumps at purchaser a “•* tuqs. 4. WfW »los. fcettiinwMi J - - - * te» AUCTIONS. IDEALLY ItOCATKD On the Bay where it i« 23 mile* wide, and just a little over S hours' motor trip s*ont the city, tg this attractive all-year bungalow typo home of 7 Urge delightful rooms and 2 complete baths; vapor beat, open fireplace, electric lights, spacious screened in porches, metal weather stripped. Many ether modern conveniences. Furnished and piano. Oarage 250 water front with private beach. An unuiuaV opportunity to secure jnst the place you havo been wanting at a greatly reduced price. Everything goes for SII,OOO. Picturee at thia office. LOUIB P. SHOEMAKER. 1407 N. Y. Ave. N.W. • Mam 11*6. RENT FURNISHED—S R. COTTAGE ON salt water, near »t. Marys City. Md.. SSO per mo. Mrs. FOR RENT—CODON IA I, REACH. VA. week. $lO. or by season. 804 E at. ne. Idione Lincoln 8594-J 19* CHESAPEAKE BEACH B*y front lots for sale. Enjoy the summer season on the Chesapeake Bav—lsits at low prices and on easy terms. For particulars phone Main 3500. BAUMAN & HETNZMAN. 1504 H si n.w.. or inquire at office on board walk. Chesapeake Bea ch. OCEAN FRONT LOTS. Beautiful lots fronting on the mighty Allan tic Ocean at Ocean City. Md.. an aristocratic seashore resort, said to have better ocean air and ocean bathing than Atlantic City. About 150 miles over roads paved like F st. all the nay. flood railroad service. Ocean front lots. $750 to $1,000; other good lots as low as $350. Washington Real Estate Co., 728 15th St. N.W.. 2nd Floor. Main 2257. Evgs., Adams 1514. FITIHE DAYS. THOS. J. OWEN A SOS'. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SAI.E OF VAI A" ABLE TWO FRAME DWELLINGS. BEING PREMISES No*. 628 AND 630 3rd ST. B.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trq*t date.) February 15. 19211. being in .1 rumen I No. 238. recorded April 2, 1933. among the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the re quest of the party secured thereby, the under signed Iruatrea Hill sell at public auctioa. in front of tlie premises, on TUESDAY. THU TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF JUNE. A D. 1924 AT FIVE-THIRTY PM. the following de scribed land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being part of lot 9 in square 535. beginning for the same ml a point 19.98 feet from the intersection of the east line of 3rd si s.w with the north line of G at. s.w.; thence at right angle with said 3rd si. s.w. 70 feet east; thence nortt* 23.75 feet; thence west 70 feet to the east line of saUl 3rd at. ».w.; thence 35.75 feet along the east line of said 3rd si. to the point of beginning. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of truei for $1,600, further particulars of which will he announced at time of sale; the purchase price above said trust to b< paid in cash. A depoait of S2OO required. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Terms to he complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and ihe property may be advertised and retold, at the discretion of the trustee*. THOMAS H. R. CLARK, WHITKFIKLD McKINLET. Jel4-d*ds.exßu Trustee*. ' THOS. J. OWES JTSON, AUCTIONEERS7~ TRUSTEES' SALK OF VALUABLE THREE STORY FRAME DWELLING CONTAIN 1 N’G TWELVE ROOMS AND BATH, H. W.H.. ELECTRIC LIGHTS. GARAGE, lARGK GROUNDS AND FRUIT TREKS. KKIXG NO. 369 EASTERN AVENUE, TAKOMA PARK. D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated February 11. 1924, being instrument No. 187, recorded February 13. 1924, among the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee* will soli, at public auc tion in front of the premiaes. on THURSDAY, THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1924, AT FIVE P M., the following described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, nnd designated as and being part of lot 14. in Benjamin F. Gilbert'! subdivision of block 13. “Takoma Park," as per plat record ed in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia, in Liber County 6. at folio 56; described as follows: Beginning for the same on Eastern avenue (formerly Magnolia ave nue) at the southeast corner of said lot. and running thence along the southerly line of said lot, 125 feet: theneo still with aaid southerly line of said lot. 184 feet to the rear line of aaid lot. said rear line baiag on the line of a railroad: thence northwesterly on said rear line 88.73 feet: theneo in a northeasterly di rection. parallel with said southerly line of said lot. 152.76 feet to a point 125 feet at right angles from Eastern avenue: thence 135 feet to said avenue: thence southeasterly along said avenue, 75 feet to the beginning. Terms: Bold subject to a prior bnilding association trust for about $5,500. full partic ulars of which will be announced at time of sale; the purchase price above said trnst to be paid in cash. A depoait of 9290 required. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the puroperty may be advertised and resold at the discretion of tbo trustees. ARTHUR G. BISHOP. GEORGE H. O'CONNOR, Trustees. Jel6-10t.ex8u 1413 Eye st. n.w. "THOS. J. OWEN A SON. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING NO. 407 M ST. N.K. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 4056. folio 16 et aeq.. of the land records of the District of Colum bia. and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee* wilt sell, at public auction, in front of tha premiaes, on FRIDAY. THE NINTH DAT OP MAT. A.D. 1934. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol lowing-described land and premises, situsie in the District of Colombia, and designated aa and being lot 69 in Charles Geeaford's sub division of lot* In square 805. as per plat re corded In Liber 18, at folio 40, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Colombia. Terms of sale; One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, balance in two equal installments, payable in one aad two years with Interest at 7 per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, from dav of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop erty sow, qr aB cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of *SOO will he re quired «t time of sale. AH conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within 39 day* from day of sale. other wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk aad coet of defaulting purchaser, after Rye days' advertisement, of such resale la some newspaper published in Washlagton, D. C. WATSON F CLARK. SYLVAN BEN SING Est, *p29-dAda,**Su Trustee*. If? DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE BT the purchaser of the above described property.* said propertv will be sold on MONDAY, JUNK THE TWENTY THIRD. 1934, AT FIVE THIRTY O’CLOCK CM.. St the same place and on the same term* and condition*, at the cost and risk of said defaulting purchaser. OJUUEH 0* MDSXSJES. J THE EVENTS'# STXff, ‘WXSHIKCrTON*, P. 0., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1924. AUCTION SALES. yuTvae gm ' TriOS. J. OWEN A SON. AOCnONriWUL TRUBTEka- BALK iIF ' VAUCARLH TWO KTORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING wk»t ISES 319 ELM BTRKET NOKTH ' By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated February 20, 1924. being tnatrument No. 240. recorded March l*. 1924, among the land rec erdg of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at nubile auc- Doti. 1« front of the premises, on TUESDAY. TUB TWENTY-FOURTH DAT OF JUNE, A D- 1924. AT FIVE P.M., the following de scribed land and premises, situate in the Dis trict Os Columbia and designated aa and be ing lot 10 in Charles K. Bane'* subdivision of lota la block 7, “Da Droit Park.’’ aa per plat recorded in Dlber County 9. folio 78. of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. At the date hereof the above described land in designated on the books of the assessor of the District of Columbia for taxation purposes aa lot 10 in square 3085, Term*: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust nnr $3,000. further particulars of which will be announced at time of sale: the purchase price above said trust to be paid in caab. A deposit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, re cording and revenue stamps at purchaaer’a coat. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may he advertised and resold at the dlacretion of the trustees. CHAB. H FLAGG, HENRY O. ATWOOD. jel3-d&ds.exßti Trustees. THOS. J. OWBN * SON, AUCTION BEKS TRUSTEES’ BADE OK* VALUABLE DE TACHED TWO STORY FRAME DWEI.Ic INO. BEING PREMISES No. 1350 NEW TON BT. N.R. By virtue of a oertaln deed of trust dated September 1. 1923. being instrument No. 125. recorded September 1, 1923. smong the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public suc tion, in front of the premises, on WED NESDAY. THE TWENTY FIFTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR-THIRTY P.M.. the following described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and des ignated as and being east one half lot 4 in Mock 29 in Benjamin F I-eighton and Rich trd E. Pairo, trustees', subdivision of “Brook ’”•1” as per plat recorded in the office of the surveys., }*• the District of Columbia in Liber County 6. at 103 and 104. said block 29 now known for pu.'T'v'e* of assess ment and taxation as square 3965, oreiu isea numbered 1350 Newton st. n.e.. improved by a two-story frame dwelling. Terms: Sold aubject to a prior deed of trust for $1,500, further particnlarm of which will be announced at time of sale; the purchase price above said trust to be paid in rash. A deposit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser’s cost. Terms to he complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop I erty may he advertised and resold, at the dlacretion of tiie trustees. WIU.IAM W COCHRAN. JAMES 1,. SHERWOOD. Jel 4-dAds.exSu Truateea._ THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS TRUSTEES' KALE Os VALUABLE BRICK DWELLING, BEING PREMISES 1406 34th STREET NORTHWEBT. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated August 1. 1923. being instrument No. 16. recorded June 5. 1924. among the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the re quest of the party secured thereby, the un dersigned trustees will sell at public suction, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE TWENTY FOURTH DAT OF JUNK, A.D 1924. AT FOUR P.M.. th* following described land and premises, situate In the District of Columbia and designated aa sod being the south 30 feet front on S4lh atseet by depth of 120 feet of lot 63 ill square 76, George town, now known aa square 1246 in the city of Washington, now known for assessment and taxation purposes as lot 828. square 1216. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $1,400. further particulars of which will ! be snnoiiaccd at time of sale; the purchase Brice8 rice shove said trust to be paid in cash. A eposit of s2'lo required Conveyancing, re , cording and revenue stamps at purchaaet'e cost Term.- to lie complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may he advertised aud resold at the discretion of the trustees MICHAEL WAIJIH. KARST HOF'MAN. Jel3 dAds.exSu Trustees. THOMAS J. OWIIN A SON. AUCTIONS*®#. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF FOUR BRICK nwi.l -INC.S No. 3602, No. 31(04 * n d No, 3606 18th ST N.W.. AND No. ,3045 PORTER ST N.W.. WASHINGTON, D. C. By virtue of four certain deeds of trust dated May 25. 1923. respectively, dulv record ed in liber 4994. folio 226; liber 4094. folio 223: tiber 4994. folio 220, and liber 4994. folio 210. respectively, of the land records for the : District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, respectively, the ÜBdtrsigced trustees will sell at public auc tion. in front of the respective premises. 00 TUESDAY THE ITth DAY OF JUNE. 1924. COMMENCING AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, sitoato in the county of Washington. District of Co > lumbia. known and distinguished as lots nuns hered 774. 7T.5 and 776 of the subdivision by Dorothy S. Genre of parts of lots 60 and 61 of subdivision by 8.- P. Brown, recorded In Book 1.. C. No. 2. page 56. in the office of surveyor for the District of Columbia. Meant Pleasant (in square now known for taxation purposes as square 26241. aa said lots num hered 774. 775 and 77* are shown and laid down on plat of said subdivision by Dorothy 8. Geare. recorded In book 71. page 55 <- 'Lc 1 offlee of the surveyor r*j- t ue District of ! Columbia; And at 5 O'CLOCK P M ON TBS BAM* j DAT. lot numbered 82 of subdivision by Dorn | thy 8. Geare of lot 58 (of subdivision by j North West Washington Improvement Com 1 pany. Incorporated, recorded In Book County I 21. page 46, in the office of the surveyor for ' the District of Columbia), square 2061. as j said lot numbered 32 is shown and laid down | on plat of said subdivision by Dorothy 8. 1 Geare recorded in book 71. page 50. in the offlee of the surveyor for the District of Columbia. Terms of sals: All rash. A deposit of SSOO will be required at time of sale on each lot. All conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within 30 days from day of 1 sale, otherwise, the trustees reserve the right I to resell (he property at the risk and cost of 'defaulting purchaser after 5 days' advertise ; meet of such resale in some newspaper pub , likhed in WasninWoo. O. C. GEORGE CALVBRT BOWI*. J. HOWARD HITvSON. je6 dAds.exSu Trustee*. X 0 THE ABOVE SALES ARE POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY. JUNE TWENTY FOUR, 1924, AT THE SAME HOURS AND PLACES. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES. Jpl6-dAds.cxSti ADAM A. WBBCHLB*. AUCTIONEER. Valuable Business Property, Two-Story Brick Store, No. 2448 Ga. Ave. N.W. By virtue of authority vested in the under signed, I will offer for sale by public auction in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, JUNE 24th. 1924. at 4 O'CLOCK P.M., lot 334 in square 2880, improved as above, to be sold subject to first deed of trust for $2,750 at 7 per cent, due May. 1926. Terms: Over said trust, one-third eaah. bal anee in one and two yeara. at 7 per cent, secured by deed of trnat on the property sold, or all cash over trust, at option of purchaser. Deposit of $250 at sale. Terms to be com plied with In 30 days. AH conveyancing, re cording and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Inspection upon application. ADAM A. WHSCHLEB. jel7-dAd».exßu A net. THOS. J. OW*N A BON, AUCTION EBBS. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING PREMISES 1865 CALIFORNIA STREET NORTHWEST. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trual, dated October 15, 1923, being instrument No. 197. recorded October 31. 1923. among the land records of the District of Colombia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc tiOD, in treat of the premiere, «» THURS DAY. TH* TWENTY -SIXTH DAT OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR P.M., th» following described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, aad designated aa and being lot 52. In William P. Kellogg a sub division of lota In Nock 4, Washington Heights, as per plat of said subdivision re corded In connty book 17. page 188, of the records of the offlee of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Terms; Bold subject to a prior deed of trust for $7,500. further particular* of which will be announced at time of sale; the pur chase price above said trust to be paid In cash. A deposit of S2OO required. Convey ancing. recording and revenue stamps at purchaser’s coat. Terms to be compiled with within fifteen days, otherwise deposit for feited. and the property may be advertised aad resold at the discretion of the trustees. WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM L. KING. Jel6 dAds.erSu * Trustee*. THOS. J. OWEN 4 SON. AUCT10SB«B8. TRUSTEES’ SAL* OIP TALUABL* IM PROVED REAL ESTATE, KNOWN AS PREMISES NO. 244 SIXTEENTH STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded March 29. 1932, in Liber 4697. folio 114. of the land record* of tba District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured there by, the undersigned trustees will tell at pub lic auction, in front of the premises, on MON DAY', THE TWENTY' THIRD DAY OF JUNE, 1924. AT FIVE O’CLOCK P.M.. the follow ing real estate, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as lot numbered fourteen (14) In Charles A. Mcßuen’s subdi vision of square numbered fen hundred and eighty-eight (10S8). as per plat recorded in the offlee of the surveyor for the District of Columbia la Rook It. at page 15% Terms of sale: Said property Is subject to a prior deed of trust securing an lndeb4edaoas of $2,250 and will be sold subject to said Indebtedness. The purchase price over and above said deed of trust is to be paid in eaab. A deposit of S2OO will be required at the time of sale. All coovoyaacing. recording, revenue stamps, etc., at eoat of purchaser. Terms of male to be complied with within thirty days from day of tale, otherwise deposit will be forfeited aad property resold at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after five days’ ad vertisement of such resale in some newspaper published In Washington. D. C. HARRY A. KITE, ' 1514 K St. N.W’. W. WALLACE CHISWBLL. rnntimntil BwlWllli jfejMjggfc- * AUCTION SALES. FTTTTTRE PAYE. THOS. J. OWEN A SUN. AUCTION EBBS. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE BRICK DWELLING, KNOWN AS 333 OAKDALE PLAGE NORTHWEST. By virtue of a eertaln deed of trust dulv recorded In Liber No. 4799. folio 89 et seq., of tho land records of the District, of Columbia, aad at the request of the parly re cured there by, the underiigned trusters will sell at pub lic auction. In the offlee of Thos. J. Owen A Bon, 1331 G st n.w, no MONDAY. THE TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF JUNE, A.D. 1924. AT ONE O’CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia and designated as and being lot 55 In Hsrrv A. Kite's subdivision of lots in block 21, ‘‘Effingham place,'* tad part of block 7, “lit Droit Park,” as per plat recorded In Liber 44, folio 24. of the records of tho offlee of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, being in what is now designated as square 3065. Terms: Sold subject ta two prior deeds of trust (or $1,500 and $560, respectively, further particulars of which will be announced at time at sale; the purchase price above said trust to be paid in rash. A deposit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, recording and reve nue stamps st purchaser's rest. Terms to he complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and retold at the discretion of the trustees. I. J. D. LIPBGOMB. AUGUSTUS W. GRAY. jel 1.13,18.1*.30.23 TVnvteca. _ THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES’ BALK OF VAIJJABLK TWO STORY BRICK AND FRAME DWELL ING BEING PREMISES No. 12W PEHN ST, N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 4419, folio 468 et seq.. of the land records of Lhc District of Colum bis. aad at the request of the party secured thereby. Hie undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY. TIIE TWENTY SIXTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, situate in the Idatriet of Co lumbia. and designated as and being lot 12 in square numbered 1554 in the subdivision of Sixteenth Street Heights, as per plat thereof recorded in the offlee of the surveyor for said District in Book 42, page 8. together with all and singular the ways, easements, rights, priylieges and appurtenances to the same be lousing or in anywise appertaining. Terms Sold subject to a prior building association loan trust for $4,500 aad a second deed of trust (or about $1,500, payable SSO Kr month, further particulars of which will announced at time of sale; the purchase price above said trust tu he paid in cash A deposit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, recording snd revenue stamp* it purchaser's cost. Terms to he complied with within thirty days, oiherwiue deposit forfeited and the prop rrty may be advertised and resold, at the discretion es the trustees HARVEY M. SAGKit, MYRIAM A. DOIkAN. Jel4 dAds.exSu Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, IMPROVED BY' TWO-STOKY BRICK DWELLING, NO. 321 111 b STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, being instrument No. 132, recorded February 26. 1924. ameug th» laud records of the District of Columbia, and at tho request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee* will' sell at public auction, in front of the prem ises. on MONDAY. THE TWENTY-THIRD DAT OF JUNK. A.D. 1924, AT FOUR THIRTY P.M.. the following described land snd premises situate in the District of Co lumbia and designated as and being lots 55 and 56. square 966. as per plat recorded to book 16. page 39. in the office of the sur veyor of the District of Columbia, together with the improvements. Terms; Sold aubject to a prior deed of trust for $5,000. further particular* of which will be announced at time of sale; the pur chase price above *aid trust to be paid in eash. A deposit of S2OO required. Coneey ancing. recording and revenue stamps at pur chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty day*, otherwise deposit forfeited and the properly may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustee*. CHARLES l>. SAGER. HARVEY M SAGER, jell dAds.exSu Trusfeea. THOMAS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING. P.KING PREMISES No 715 GIRARD X W By virtue ••( a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 4273, folio 89 et seq.. of tiie land records of the District of Colum bia. and at the request of ihe party ae-tired thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE TWENTIETH DAY UK JUNE. AD. 1924. AT FOUR O'CLOCK I’M. 11-.e following described laud and premise*, situate In the District of Columbia, and deaicnated as and being lot 210 in Wm. M. Terrell’s sub division of lota in block 4 in Todd and Brown'* subdivision of parts of the tracts of land known a.» “Mt Pleasant and Pleasant Plains. - ’ aa per plat of said Terrell's sub division recorded in Liber County No. 16, folio 153. of the records of Ihe office of Hie surveyor of tho District of Columbia, now known as lot 210. square 2886. (or tiie pur pose* nf taxation. Terms; Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $2,000 f4l. further parlieiiitrs of which will be announced at rime of sale the purchase price above said trust to Is’ paid in cash. Adc posit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, record mg and revenue stamp* at purchaser's coat. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, o'herwiae deposit forfeited and the prop erty may b* advertised and retold, st the discretion of the trustees. CHARLES B MARSH. JOSEPH F. HOLLAND. jelO-dAds.ejSu Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE DE TACHED BRICK RESIDENCE. Nov, 5387 16th ST. N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated April 21. 1924, l«ing instilment No. 252. recorded April 23. 1924, among the land records of the District of Columbia, and at live request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc tion. in front of the premiaes. o* THURS DAY. THE TWENTY SIXTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR P.M., the following described land and premises, situate in Ihe Dlatrict of Columbia, and designated as and Ivcing all of lot 16 in square 2718 in William R. Green's subdivision of part of the tract of land known a* "Peter's Mill Seat." a* per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for Ihe District of Columbia in Liber 39, folio 82. The above described land is now designated for taxation purposes as lots 816 and 817 in square 2718. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $17,500. further particulars of which will be announced at lime of sale; the purchase price above raid trust to be paid in eash. A deposit of S3OO required. Con veyancina, recording and revenue stamps at purchaaars cost. Terms m be complied with ■within fifteen days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may lie advertised and re sold, at the discretion of the trustees. E. L. STROHKCKER, B. H. GRUVER. Jel4-dAda.exSn Trustee*. THOMAS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEE’S SALK OF VALUABLE TWO STORY RKICK DWELLING. BEING PREMISES 1432V4 Q ST. N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded In Liber No. 4044. folio 415 et aeq.. of the land record* of the DUtrict of Co lumbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee will sell at public auction, in front of the prem iaes, on FRIDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1924. AT FIVK O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and prem ises. situate in the city of Washington. Dis trict nf Columbia, and designated as and being lot 71 in Rllaa S. Daish’s subdivision of lot 24 in square 200. a* per plai recoorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 29, at folio ITS. being the same property conveyed to Edward R. Marshall and hia wife. Mamie B. Marshall, aa Joint tenants, by deed dated March 29. 1912, and recorded in Liber 3510, at folio 197, of the land records of tbe said District of Columbia. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, balance In two equal installments, payable la one and two years, with interest at 6 per eeatnm per annum, payable aeml-aturually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trnat upon the property sold. Os all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. A deposit of S2OO will be required at time of aale. All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps, etc., at coat of purchaser. Term* of aale to be complied with within thirty days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and coat of defaulting pur chaser after five days’ advertisement of such resale io some newspaper published in Wash ington. D. G. WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COM PANY. By ALFRED H. LAWSON, Real Estate Officer, JelO-dAda.exSu Trustee. THOS. J, OWEN A SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, BEING A HOUSE AND LOT NUMBERED 2810 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. By virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded in Liber No, 4499. at (olio 302, of tbe land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the parlies secured therebv, the undersigned will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE TWENTY FIFTH, 1924, AT FIVE O’CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premiaes. situate in the Dietrich of Co lumbia, and being lot numbered (our 14) in square numbered forty-three hundred and eleven 14311). aa described in said deed of trust, upon the following term*: PurclMFier to pay one-third of the purchase price ip cash, the balance in two installment*, in 000 and two years, respectively, with Itv teroat at the rate of 7 per cent per annnn*, and secured by deed of trnat on the property sold, or all cash, st the option of the purv chaser; taxes and interest paid or adjusted tp the date of sale: all conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at the coal of purchaser. Good title or no sale. A deposit of SSOO will be required at the time of sale and settle ment to be within thirty 1301 days of the date of sale nr deposit- forfeited and the property receld at the cost, and risk of the defaulting purchaser after flvw (5) days’ pre vious advertisanaeot of such resale in some Washington newspaper B. FRANCIS SAUL. No. 1412 Eye st. n.w. J, WBILEY^JACQES. --jaWMmfc- ftp. lifTteb ti, a ** AUCTION SALES. FimiBK^DAYS. THOMAS DOWLING & CO.. AUCTIONEERS. To whom it may concern: Notice Is hereby given that on FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1924. AT 11 O’CLOCK A.M., we will sell at public auc tion on the premises. No. 128 Oue street north east. to satisfy accrued charges for freight, drtyage and storage, the following goods: East Washington Supply Co.. 5 barrels of cider: W. IP. Gough, one piano; Hdw. J. Gray, 56 case* varnishes, anti freeae compounds, pol ishes and the like: Mrs, K. L. Hunter, miscel laneous goods, including one piano: J. N. Kata, 7 egg stoves; Mrs. Murphy, miscellane ous good*, including garden Implements; Mr*. F M. O'Brien, 1 crate baby carriage and baby chair and crate kiddie koup. Terms: Gaah. JACOBS TRANSFER COMPANY. INC. Jelß.2»jy2Jo OFFICIAL NOTICES. £>NiNG COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON, June 7, 1991, In compliance with the provisions of section 3 of an act of Congress approved March 1, 1920 (public No. 153. 66th Congress, entitled. “An Act to Regulate the Haight, Area and Uae of Buildings in Ihe District of Columbia and to Create a Zoning Commission and for Other Purposes’*), notice ia hereby given that a public hearing will be held in tho boardroom of the District building at 10 a.m., June 19, 1924. for the purpose of con sidering the following proponed changes In the boundaries of the use. height and araa district* and zoning regulations, to wit; Change from first commercial "C“ area lo residential “A restricted” area—Frontage on belli sides of Macomb St. N.W., between Idaho and Massachusetts Aves. Chang* from “B” area to “B restricted" area--All property zoned a* residential within the area bounded as follows; North, R streeti south. M street, east. Rock Creek Parkway; wesl. 35th street between P and U streets and 37tU street be tween M and P streets. Change from “A,” “B" and “C” area to “B restricted” area— Squares 2587. 2588, 2589, 2500 aud 2561 and parcels 81/9 and 81/11. located along both side* of Harvard St. N.W., between Monnt Pleasant street and the Zoological Park. Change from "B” and "C” area to "B re stricted” area -Squares 2205 and 2200 bounded by ('at)iedral avenue. Woodley place and Cal vert street, and Ihe property in squares 2204 and 2208 abutting the sent side of Woodley place between Cathedral avenue and Calvert street. Change from "A restricted” to “B restricted" area—Lola 299 and 300. squar# 3529. located on east aide of 23d St. N.W., between Bancroft place and California street. Change from "A restricted" area io "C" area Lot 07. square 2530, located on east side <■“ Phelps place, N.W.. near California street. Change from "A restricted” are* to “A” area- Lots 35 to 40 incl.. square 2098. located on Woodley and Kltngle roads between 32d and 34th Mreet*. Change from second com mercial "D" area to residential > 'B” area- - Square 811. bounded by 4th, sth. E and F streets N.E. change from second i-omuier cial to residential— Lot L. square 463. located on tiie southwest corner of 6th and ave. K.W. Change from residential to first commercial I«ts 40, 62 and 63, square 462. located at the northwest corner of fitli and Maryland avenue S.W.: lot 8 and parts of lots 0. 10 and iwrccl 38/15, square 1860. lo cated in (be line of Northampton st. N.W.. between Conned lent avenue and 39th street; frontage on both side* of Bth st. N.W., be tween O and I’ streets. Change from resi dential, "H" and 40 foot height, to first com mercial. "C" and 60-foot height- Lots 68 to 75 incl., 807. 808. 809 . 29 and 150, square 3096. located on north side of R. I. ava N.W.. between 2nd and 3rd streets, and lots 115 to 133 Incl.. square .'(098. located on the south side of R. I. ave. N.W.. between 2nd and 3rd ats. Change from residential. "A restricted” and 40 foot, to first commercial. "C” aud 60 foot- Small triangular are* in lot 801. squa/e 2957, located between Alaska and Georgia avenues, near Kaimia rd. Change from second commercial to industrial- Lots 15 and 16. square 697. lorateal on southwest corner of Half and K streat* S.E. Change from “A” area to "A restricted" area- All property exempted from “A restricted" area when "A restricted" area districts were origi nally created on Gclober 31. 1923, being lots and parcels located in or near Ihe following square* 1661). 1744. 1746. 1758. K. 1758. 1759. 1760, mi. 1762. 1763. 1764. 1765. 1766. 1767. 1768. 1760. 1816. 1839. 1840. 1842. 1843, 1844. 1846, 1847, 1850. 1851. 1852. 1853. 1859. 18(10. 1863. 1874. 1878, 1879. 1881. 1885. 1905. 1956. 1957, 1958, 1973. 1982, 1983, 1986, 2027, 2029, 20,15. 2037 , 2040. 2046. 2049. 2052 . 2056. 2058. 2059 . 2061. 2085. 2066. 2067. 2084. 2103. 2106. 2113. 2121. 2128, 2129. 2132. 2135, 2136. 2138. 2212. 2214. 2215. 2221. 2234. 2237 . 2362, 2767, 2268 . 2271, 2286, 2652, 2653. 2857 . 2710, 2976. 316.".. 3197. i»SB. 2038. 2062. 3170. Amend 1 zoning regulations, section 111. residential dis trict, so that consents for fraternity houses will not be required in the "C” area, by adding to item 6 of the first paragraph the following: "In the A, A restricted. B and B restricted area districts." Amend section XVI (At zoning regulations by changing the I definition of "B restricted" area district to i read as follows; "In lhc B restricted' area district i lie minimum dimensions of yard and courts ami maximum percentage nf lot Occupancy shall be the -attic as for 'B' area district, except that hereafter no building shall be erected for use as an apartment house ~r a ilai or a hotel, nor shall any exist ing building be enlarged for use a* an apart ment lioose. a fiat or a hotel, nor shall any building hereafter erected b« used for these purpose*." A preliminary examination of the changes proposed may lie obtained at Room 306, Pis 1 trict building, at 2 p.m.. June 16. 1924 ■ Zoning committees and other interested parties are invited to is? present. J. F. BELL. ( UNO H RUDOLPH. JASIBS K. OYSTER. r O. SHERRILL, DAVID LYNN. Zoning Commission of the District of Columbia. RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. V J. ST. CHARLES HOTEL Boardwalk's Farthermost Point at Sea” Our rats* during Juns 1 enable on* to live at th* Shore cfljjkJlTcJ® at no greater coat than living at home. BkißSl l hc sea ait and the meals P* Hill Bjajff *( tha St. Charles wiU fit you II"! il f*v any task. ||*|9 * *• A special governess enter t«ms the children without ed* !!"•:'! There it an advantage m Irilivf* Wtn making summer reservations mil'll flTi'Bf: nowr. K E GROSSCUP. • 'i. eiO , NEW ENGLAND Ocean and South Carolina Are., near Steel Pier Orchestra, dancing, elevmter, private baths. RUNNING WATER IN ALL ROOMS (IMPROVED AT A COST OF $100,000.00) Booklet and Map of City on Reqnoet, American Plan, 14 up daily. Special weekly. BATHING FROM HOTEL BTITZER & STIT/ER. Owners A Prop*. WATKINS Ocean and Seatb Carolina At*., near Steel Pier RUNNING WATER IN ALL ROOMS (IMPROVED AT A COST OF $».090.00) American Plan. $4 up daily. Spwdai weekly. BATHING FROM HOTEL Folder -ml City Map on Request. x BROOK BTTTZKR, Mgr. RICHMOND Kentucky Avenue and Boardwalk ATLANTIC CITY'. N. J. Capacity 200. Attractive and homelike. Eleva tor service. Electric lights. Open all year. RUNNING WATER IN EVERY ROOM AH outside rooms, overlooking ocean. Excellent cuisine. Private baths. Rates $1.06 up daily. Free ocean bathing. Write for reservations. Owned and managed by MR. and MRS. WILLIAM WOOLHOUSB, formerly Superintendent* of Wykagyl and Greenwich Country Club* $3 up daily (including meals), special weekly. OSBORNE Corner Arkansas and Pacific Ave**; central to all attractions; modern in every respect. RUNNING WATER IN ALL ROOMS Suites with bath. Oaol porches. F.levator. BATHING FROM HOTKL Music, dauemg. Cap., 366. Bkit. Fry A Hoekenbury. ALBEMARLE Virginia ave. near Beach and Steel Pier. You will find the beat of food, service and comfort. Ideal spot for motorists. Free bathing priv ileges; showers; private baths: elevator; white service; dancing; spacious porches: all outside rooms. Running water in All Rooms. $25,u00 spent for interior improvements. Write for rates and folder. $4 and up daily: special weekly. GABLE A 9KVIW. | ATI^VNTIC a This American Plan Hotel ia never more | x comfortable than daring the Spiuogt and J ft early Sommer months on account of its I | exceptional location and arrangement. 2 hcalys OCEAN END OK KENTUCKY AVE. Completely and- beautifully renovated and refurnished with addition of dance floor and miiaic. Running water in all rooms; private baths $3-50 up daily, $1? agd up. weakl*, ft qKALT- EESOEXS. Amjmo (htk, r. Jt KINGSTON Il(v« Ave., tut hotel from beech, overlook ing ocean. Central: fireproof; elevator; priv. wtbs. Running water in all room*. Bathing from hotel. Content dining room In city: on Gth floor, with ocean view. >8.50 up Uajly; special weekly. M. A. I.KYHKR. BISCAY NE KENTUCKY AVfcNUhi NbiA.R BEACH Visit the most luxuriously appointed American Plan hostelry of its atsa in Atlantic CHy. In exclusiveTraymore section. Bathing privileges. Ownership management John J Mubfhy SSSS HOTEL DC VILLC “• R^S“ r ' L E W1 S Formerly Hotel Chetwood, Pacific and Illinois Aies.. close to Beach: modern throughout; running wster in all rooms; private baths; bathing from hotel; garage; booklet. OSCAR VAOO, proprietor. fit South Carolina Ave. near the Beach, Hoorn* With Running; Water American Plan, $6. $0 and $7 day. Kith Season. Excellent cuisine. W .1. KRSKINB. Prop. Grand Atlantic Horn Virginia Ave. near Steel Pier. liner, plan. SPECIAL WBHKbY I! AT US. Auto Bub Meets Trains. Booklet. Q- 1). PAINTHR. Owner and Mansger. __ An all-year moderate-priced family hotel. Vir ginis Avenue just off Boardwalk. Running *'* te K Pnvsfe hatha. Elevator. American Plan. John C. Gesslsr. Prop. Samuel Elba, Eat. Owner. SHOREHAM Virginia ave. close to Reach and Steel Pier. Cap. 250. Aoicrican plan, >5 50 up daily. ITi yate Ksihs. running water, elevalor, electric ity. New ownership management. .1 IUCKAR. togewateh South Carolina Are. near Beach J J Capacity, 250. New addition. Kun ■Hi ning water in all rooms. Amer. &. Mump. Plans. GEO. A. CASTE EM. \\ VMIIV(iTOMA\'S RENDEZVOUS BELVEDERE South Carolina Ave. near Reach, cnlral to ail amusements. Private hatha. RUNNING WATER IN AM. ROOMS. \mencan jilan 14 up daily. GIXNETTI BROS. ittenhouse I Kpnrnrky itp. near the ocean. American and Karopean plane, rap. 1 I*oo. Running water throughout. | Fireproof addition. H. W. Hampton. SKetu CtariOtt. ucky Avenue. just off Boardwalk. | brick addition. Orchestra BMhing 1 e-es. 21st year. 5. K. Piwir.c J Beaumont 'TVnneeaee ave.. iK»ar Beach. Amer. plan. Surf ! lathing privileßee. R. H. TYSON. Proprietor. T! I World's Greatest Hotel Success PINE TREE INN •O. .lames PI. or. Beach. Running water, (lathing. Amer. plan >3.50 up diy. Spe. Wkly. TAROR INN ocean end oonnectrcat A». inovm iieiw , deml lot . atiOß . airy rooms. Running water. 22nd season. Owner management. J. P. AA. M. Puna. UHRMANhIF Kentucky ave. near Beach. ™A/IVITI/tlYlrlE not and cold running aster all rooms: bathing from hotel, open ill year. K. KISHBCRN. Owner and Prop. BRETTON HALLin f « .vater; private liatb; Hungarian cuitioe; strict ! !>• Koaher: balbing privilege. V. Pried. Prop. WARWICK f°- front Reach American plan. Ilunniug water throughout. Ocean view. Room* ; With private hath. SfAUAH H, ECLIsOM. Kanlnm Michigan Ave.. nr. Beach. Btuutiag rvajJlaiil water, private baths. Excellent ta ble. American plan >17.50 up. Bathing privilege. Mrs. M. MAGUIRE, formerly of the Norwood. Dpi AWARF Tenn. tv.. 2d from Reach. UtLftVYftßt. Knrop. plan. >1.50 day up. PITY HfITPI Run g water priv. Uths. I __ n»-? Marine 301 SJ. CHESTER INN V"'* Ave near Beach. American i ,> L an *_ _AH copreiweacea. Mrs. I>. Kanuer. PHILLIPS "HOUSE Massachusetts Ave., Near Beach American Plan A. C. A E. B. McClellan WESTMINSTER Beach; elevator; private hatha; running wafer. Open all year. A. V. : KOPP. ~ MeTITirAM York Ave. near Beach. inCUUlvinli Amer. plan. Exceptional table. RUNNING WATEB IN EVERT ROOK. Private Baths. Elevator. Moderate Rates. WILLOW GROVE a la carter Itaiiennc. Hanning water Out side rooms. Ownership management. |U| Ar A,! m „ Virginia are. near beach.' Private .Tiorumcr baths; running water in every •oom. American plan. 18.50 up daily. Special wkly. Hathiug priv*. C. V. Mortimer. Owner. ASBITR Y~PAJIK« X. J. Asbury | Park UAnBW JERSEY The Resort City Beautiful mmi imvites yon to an IKM. VACATION Where Seashore and Country Meet Every Sport end Reeree ■'wn / A titn ud No Moxjuitae* / y Rse Hotels ■V tor infeoeabee, write W m a sect y nu| nom assocutkw .jV \\ 117 Boardwalk, Asbury Park, ».*. or Municipal Information Bureau BKACH H A VKN, X. J. THE ENGLESIDC NJ The Island Resort. The only resort on the Jersey coast that COMBINES perfect bathing, always good- fish ing, with a modern hotel and gives sure relief from Hay Fever besides. Booklet. Five ten nis courts. Opens June 20th, R. F. ENGLE. Mgr. CAPS MAY. X. J. Hotel LAFAYETTE ION THE COOL, BEACH I?RONT I CARE MAY, N. J. Will open June 27th with a 30 per cent I' reduction in rates until August Ist I Rooms 00 suite with bath: cuisine and awrvieo 1 unexcelled; elevator. J. W. Mac ray a Bml | HofeiWindsor oa c J£ K rapacity. .TOO. Hot and cold running water in every room. Private baths. Elevator. Ownership direction. R. HA IJMN. fY)I ONIAL On the Beach front. Amer, Wl-V/d l/AA. plju) Bjev.tp,., Running water. Private baths. Special July rates. Rock ier 27th season. W. H. CHURCH. Owner. STAR VILLA oc ** n *f» d Beach. Over-. 3IAIV looking ocean. Can.. 100. Special rates until July 18. Private- Nath. Running water, Blevator. C. S. CHURCH. OCEAN CTTY. N J. The LINCOLN OCCAM CITY. K, J. American plan. Capacity 30ft. AH outside moms with running water, electricity and Udephonee, Private baths. Wonderful meals and service. Abeolntecleanlinfse. NewelewMortoatreiat level SPECIAL WHhKI Y RATES UOR JtNB Colonel Geo. W. Thompson, Mgr. OCEANIC llth ANI ’ waeuEY - avb. Running water-In every room. Elevator. Reduced June rate*. Booklet. 11l A VPffPPV Sthajwl Wegjey Ave. MAIISfKKI Jwmtefc S. K. MAY BURRY. BREAKERS oo^cTO American plan. Tennis courts Mill houses. Garages. Blevator. K. A. YOUNfI, Mgr. RIVER SPRING. MD. . River Spring On the Potomac. Open June 14. Salt-wnter bathing, fishing, tennis, dancing, sea food, vegetables from own farm. Make reserva tions for the Fourth. Auto map. K. D. BKACK ISTOX'S SONS. Props. If mi.F.WHYI.K COVlAbßwDiirctlf on ocean front. Very near Country Clnh and Golf: Links. Spacious, varan da*. On latino is canal leaf, the bathing unsurpassed. Par rates write AHHWh jA STEAMSHIPS. RESORTS. Hll.Dtt ODD, N.J. ARLINGTON Near beach; c>f>acity ■-•00; rup. water; private bath*; xolf prtvitesear mod. retea. Bklt._ nhIMITV ■^ r “* r - plau. kmc. J'J'y rale*. $4 UUIUbI up daily; IMH up wk.'y. Running water. Priv. bathe. Ori'Pevira. hajirlng. Kilf l>ellimp i»riv. own. mgl. J. K. WIIITKIiKI.I. RPPAIf 'Beach hoteC: OlVbniUing A n room* hot and mid running water. Priv. bath, bathing prjv, Free auto servile. Bkl. G. K. SINNAMON. Owper, RDGETON One block 'from' depot ’and | leUVMat vria All outside room*. Music, Dancing. Wonderful meal* $17.50 op weakly <t. K. SINNAMOX, Prop. ocbaS city, ep. OCEAN CITY, MD. Kmest and safeat bathing iieach on Atlantic roaat; ocean on one aide, bay on other; cool; golf, tenni». lie hi ng. boating and dancing. Ocean City Golf Course. New Nine-Hole Course. _ New Tea ft o*m_ attached. _ HOTEL HAMILTON OCEAN FRONT. J. G. MASSEY & SON. THE BEUKONT ;™"'-” I *^,); ocejiD riew. Cool, delightful room**. Rates reason aMe L R. HKARNK. POMHIMMON ITotel and Pottage*. Ocean front. Best ser. Or chestrg. Bgllrootn, Grill. Tearoom. Golf. Garage. THE ATLANTIC IT. "5± Music. Dancing. C. W. PURNELL. Prop. ’ KAYE COTTAGE On Boardwalk,; excellent table; Itathing free Mra. M. KAYE. THF f.ARI.FS Centrally located, tnc. UADbLJ Horae looking. Hot and cold water. Reasonable. New manage ment. O. M CHANDLER, Prop. Tel. 45. COLONIAL HOTEL Boardwalk; strictly modern. Special ratea to July 15 Booklet, Ownerahip management. The Hasting* Hold and private bath*. Mra. OHAB. UJDLAM, ‘THE SHOREHAM” Ocean front. Mra K. C. HAETINGA DDr Alfcbc On Board warn. Rebuilt. DI\C.AtV£.I\D Hot and cold water. Pri vate bathe. Golf. Phone 78. H_ TIMMONB. Prop. TT, _ r\-l M„ Cord, airy room*. Over -Ine let* ***“ looking ocean and bay. Homelike. Rate# reasonable. Mrs. S. I. CARF.Y. Owner-Prop. Bathing. TTV_ Ocean front. Running water in A* l * 3 room*. All convenience*. Bath- I 1- houses attached. L.in-mar mt»._h f_boyd.^ TU, n :- Comfortable and homelike. IDC tsenms K „|» rgMl Hot and mid running water. Terms reasonable. Bathing free. Mrs_ R. J DENNIS. BI.CE RIOOB SUmUT, PA. Mali Jongg Inn Aner. and Knropetn plan. Exclusive mountain board. For rates write Mra. F. X. Thompson. MAKYIj.Wn. RURAL HOME. On West River and Chesapeake. Boating, bathing, fishing; large lawn, mol hreeaes, spacious porches, tug open dining mom. modern mnveniences. excellent food, music for dancing. Gentiles only. Write for booklet MRS. MATILDA NOWELL. Shady Side. Md. Phone West Riser 217-11. 38* VACATIONING IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUN tains. For ilescriptive booklet and list of ho tels and hoarding home* write Asat. Gen. Pass. Agt. Western Maryland Ry . Baltimore, Md. ~ H KTTERTO >, MU. BAY SIDE INN Overlooking Chesapeake. Bay Great water view; high; shady lawn*, garage; elec. lights. BHADDOCK HEIGHTS, MD. CAMP SCHLEY INN Delightful lorat. Home-ttowa veget. Rates reas. on request. Mira robleotz. Prop. Valley View Inn and Cottages large room*, pleasant dining room: moderate rates. HAMMOND A OBERLANDER Hotel Rra/Uftflr Cniame and scenery noiei DratWOCtt unexcelled. GoI f. tennis, swimming, dancing, etc. Sunday and holiday Chicken Dinner, $1.75. Booklets, rates, etc., on request. M. J. CROGHAX. Mgr. NJKi-wh Ant a Completely fur. apta . 2 IMlOran room|i kitchenette. bath; also larger apts. Elec, for cooking and light ing. Price reasonable. Mrs. Jennie A. Harbin. EAGLES MKJVK. PA. _ EAGLES MERE, PA. The summer resort that la different, because it combines mountain and sea shore conditions with unique surround ing*. The sandy beach and temperate water of the lake of the Engles afford splendid bathing 2,200 feet above sea level. Una of the Cheat 18-kcle golf courses in America.. For booklet and ratea, write THE RAYMOND L. B. C. List. Manager. THE FOREST INN Herman V. Yeager, Manager THE LAKESIDE John S. Kirk ft Baa THE CSESTMOKT INK William Woods, Manager ~~PEX MAH, The Bon Aire homelike, large rooms. wide porrhes. pood meals: hotel service. Meals to transients Booklet. Mrs. B. F. IMKHI* • Grand View Targe, clean rooms, heantifnl lawns, ideal walks. Write to J. 0. WEAVER. GROUT'S HOTE L Location. Cnder personal superriaion of Mr. and Mrs. Jason K. Cront. Write for rates and circular. DEI.AWARK WATER GAP. PA. If ITT A TINNY The Mountain Paradise. IVII lAllnni Delaware Water Gap. Pa. Leadii« hotel, capacity 500, every appoint ment. high, cool location, magaiftreot scenery, new 18-bole golf course now open to our guests, tennis, saddle horses, water sports, daily concert* and dances; American plan; also grille far tourists; excellent cuiaiee. Write for booklet, auto maps and special 1864 rates for season, families and tourists. JOHN PURDY COPE/ RFFNI FiriM “t'- Water Gap’s New rVr-E-INL,C.IV>« hotel, liaih each room, golf course at door, roof garden. ROBERT FOLEY. Mgr. HABPRBB FERRY. W. VA. HILL TOT HOUSE HARPERS FERRY, W. VA, Over thirty-one years under same manage ment, with the same reputation. On account of Sunday crowds, when conven ient. please phone fer Sunday dinners. T. 3. LOVETT. Proprietor. THE LOCKWOOD Open for the Season. Mrs. A. P. DANIEL, Prop. “NORTH HILL” A colonial resort near Blue moot on Shenan doah Riyer; valley, mountain and water scen ery; shaded lawns, drives, fishing, boating, swimming; new baths and sewerage: no chil dren, invalids or tubercular* taken. Room with board, sls and SIH per week. Booklet. Maurice F. Caatlemao. Berryville. V«. 28* TUB SHENANDOAH INN. In the Shenandoah valley, t mile from the Shenandoah River. Vi mile from the main line of N. & W. R. R.: easy motoring distance from the famous Luray. Endless and Shenan doah caverns- In one of the best bass fish ing and hunting section* of the slate. Modern conveniences. Fre»b eggs, butter and vege tables. Men preferred. Mrs, Wm. F. Powers. Bayard, Va. _ ' ORKNEY SPRINGS, VA Orkney Springs Hotels Washington’s Big Mountain Retort 2,300 feet elevation. A northern climate ’ amid southern hospitality. Spend June and July where you can play golf, tennis, ride horseback, dance, swim, eye. Ami’ enjoy the best of food* for what it coata yell at !ionic. Booklet, K. L Cockrell. Pres., Orkney Spring*. Va. V IRbIMA HE.U H, VA. The Princess I Anne Hotel Virginia B*#ch, Virginia i Now open for the season of 1924 v Enlarged dining room, • diroedy on the- beach. Every thing new artd mod«r«- Good food and excellent service. iQsntileS Only) GOLF RESORTS. BEHOBDTH, BEACH. Bgl,. HOTEL HENLOPEN Rale*. Special ratea fanulle*. Booklet wftli map. Paved road all way. I .leva, *afo btacii. Beat of food. Same management. CVVARA. “ ~* „ li? **** to Canada—aometbing dlffearoi—■— t» the nwro-mtlag, pln*-*c«u«d. % R. Miukoka Lake*; wvafMvslnlte SBKf: thing that mikes life worth while, m,'* ' ro ’ m ' r ,J s * per weeh up rilu«trated Booklet. * 4 R*f«l Miukoka Hotel, ’ Uk* Ream. Oatane sbucationalT The American University r . Summer School June 18-August 30, 1924 i Cflnmea I ‘ The Political Sciences Jurisprudence (iovemment Diplomacy Foreign Trade Hconomics History Education Information at Central Office. [*• 1901 F Street, or ! Dean, 1907 F Street Pkoiie Main 33£J. 1 _ I George Washington University Law School Co-ednentloiiai • Member A&aociaiion American Law ficbosli Ninth Summer Session Begins June 16 Cluaea 7:50 to »i4# A.M. 5:10 to St3o P.M. Regular course may be begun or apemai courses taken. Secretary 143 S K Street Maim 8503 National University Law School Established 1869 The regular summer term, i which forms an integral part of i the undergraduate courses !ead- I ing to the degree opens June 16, j at 6:30 P.M. For Bulletin and Information or r _ General Catalog; Apply Secretary National University Law School 816*820 13th Street N.W. Telephone Main 6617 MUSICAL •*’ Washington Conservatory of Musk 1408 N. H. Av*., at Dupont Circle. Main 7858 Violin. Piano. Voice. Saxophone, etc. Yearbook Special summer- rate*. Start the children. 2^* PIANO, SAXOPHONE, BANJO Bag. Jazz. Popular Music in 20 leßton-. Free le**on* if you buy instrument* here. Send for free booklet. rbri*ien*eu School, ’ 1322 G »t. n.w. Main 1278. Eaey term*. MOVING, PACKING & STORAGE MOVING AND HAELIVi- I'KuMFf sERv ic*. reasonsble retes.' VSi'OT EXPRESS. 2*l Ascot pi. n.e. Selzle & Son. I’otomac 2307 For Tour Hauling. Storage and Crating, Gk'l The Conoecticnt Storage A Exprnu Co,. 508 H St. N.E. I Emtimetee Given. Phene Line. £523 70*-711 Florida A»f. .N.W. Nona 1g» Storing In Separate Hoorn* «t MONTH AND VP Careful Men—Dependable Service, Reaaoaable Rate* MOVING—CRATING—STORING federal storage and freight ska r. IDE. Dtc.. 1142 18th st. n.w. Main 1587 ' Local & Long Distance Movin 5 I Baltimore. Weekly trip* to \ew*rk i Wilmington. Jersey t’o v 1 PhiUdelpbi*. New Yn-k ; f&S Packing—Crating—Shipping 1134-42 V St. N.W. Phone W. 8845. NOVI STORAGE KRIEGShXPRESS SHIPPIM6 618 Eye St. M.W. . CLEAN. DRY STORAGE FOR FDRNITDRB gad piano*. Kstimute* cheerfully given. Con venient location. WKSCULEK'B. 920 Pa. ave, law. Phone Main 1288. _ Smi nr H>s !=■ I REPROOF TORAGE LARGEST FAMILY MOVERS IN D. C. LOCAL AND LON O DISTANCE. CRATE AND PACK SY EXPERTS 1313 YOU STREET, N.W. PHONE NORTH 33*83 HETROfww WAREHOUSE S FIREPROOF STORAGE FURMITHRE AND AUTOMOBILES CAREFUL PACKERS AND SHIPPERS 50 FLORIDA ATE. N.E. TEL. POT. Jil BOMB NO BAR TO RAID. Explosion Fails to Prevent Seizure of SIO,OOO Narcotics. NEW YORK, June IS.—Explosion of a bomb, burling several federal agents to the ground, failed to re pulse a raid on a "cache” in an East Side tenement. The raiders seized SIO,OOO worth of narcotics. Led by Col. L. G. Nutt, head of thg. federal narcotic bureau, ten agents, were making their way through a hallway toward thto "cache,” when some one threw a, bomb. The leading agents fell, but arose immediately, unhurt, and continued advancing. Two other raids conducted tonight brought the total seizures to $200,000. Five prisoners wero taken, among them a fifteen-year-old boy. Col. Nutt described the raids W among the largest ever made. EXTRA THRILL IN RLM. -T Indians in War Paint Join in Cha*e of Bandits. ARKANSAS CITY, Ark.. June- 18 Indians in war paint staging a film scene on a location across the OkJa hpma state line from here yesterday joined a posse searching for bandits who earlier in the- day, robbed the Marland State Bank, at Marland, Okla., and escaped with- SB.OOD cash'. The camera man, not to lose apy ex-*' tra thrill, climbed, into a rpotw car * and followed the posse, cranking hjs'’; camera vigorously. No trace of the bandits had. been found last night. Miss Bpckefeller Going Abroad. NEW YORK. June. 18;—Kisa Abbey Rockefeller, who, has been the- center of an inveetigation since she received, a suspended sentence,for speeding,* although she was a second offender, is reported, to have booked passage, on the Auiitania, sailing for Europe today. Cimard officials refuse- toy either confirm or deny the report;" -thatr-s4& -had Ohgdgcd passage. 41