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BUILDING PERMITS
5725.9D01N 7 DAYS
[Two Churches Among Out
standing Projects on Con
struction List.
Two new churches arc the out
standing projects to receive building
permits from the office of the build
ing inspector this week. The, total
■\alue of tho permits granted during
the past seven days amounted to
5725,900. This total maintains the
high mark that is being made by con
struction here during the past three
months.
The permits include:
E. H. Ashworth, to build. 2911 Alber-
Inarle street; $10,500.
W. M. Robinson, to build, 4130 Volta
place: 55.000. •
R. R. Church, to repair 328 T street
northwest; $1,500.
John M. King, to build, 2238 Otis
Street northeast: $1,500.
H. R. Howenstein, to build 23 houses,
1601-ISIS Gales street northeast;
SIOO,OOO.
W. E. Lonsdale, to build, 3531 Mc-
Kinley street; $5,500.
Anna B. Morgan, to build, 1325 New
Hampshire avenue; $1,500.
Thomas D. Walsh, to repair 815-817-
819 Eleventh street; $20,000.
Harrington Hotel Company. Inc., to
repair Eleventh and E streets north
west; $7,500.
Howard Phipps, to build, 1229 Tal
tert street southeast: $6,000.
Hamline Methodist Episcopal Church,
to build. 1511 Sixteenth street north
west; $217,000.
C. E. Graham, to build, 6132 Broad
Branch road; $8,500.
Henry W. Thompson, to build, 2926
Mills avenue; $7,000.
L. E. Brcuningcr. to build, 5310
Colorado avenue; $28,000.
Clarence B. Might, jr., to build six
bouses, 2100-2-1-6-8-10 Second street;
$30,000.
William Van Heuckeroth, to build,
SOI Upshur street: $3,000.
The Evening Star Newspaper Com
pany, to build gas station. 12th and C
streets northwest: SIO,OOO.
Paul Losh, to build, 2820 Thirty-
Bccond street; $30,000.
S. Subber. to repair 1617 Fifteenth
Street; SIO,OOO.
T. N. Oppenhcimer, to build, 7118
Alaska avenue; $9,000.
Kittle & Marshall, to build, 6317-19
Second street northwest; $9,000.
Israel Baptist Church, to build
church, 632-31 and 36 Eleventh street
southeast: $30,000.
James B. Bronson, to build, 5511
Chevy Chase parkway; $9,600.
1). J. Waters, to build; 1114 Ellicott
street northwest; $1,500.
Emile Berlim r, to erect garage,
1464 Columbia road; SI,OOO.
Henry N. Brawner. to repair Twen
ty-sixth street and Pennsylvania ave
nue; $20,000.
‘'larence Lawry, to build, 300 East
ern avenue; $7,500.
B. R. Lcmke, to build. 3101-3103
Channing street northeast; $12.000.
A. J. Jeffery, to build. 3 110 Otis
street nortlit-a.-t; $6,000.
Hedges & Middleton, to build, 2730
Ttiirtv-ii urth street; $17,500.
Helen H McKenna, to build, 82 Kal
nram circle: $28,500.
.1. D v omach, to build. 1520 Forty
fifth pi ce southeast; SI,BOO.
C. H. R tier, to build four store
207-21 New York a.i-nue northwest
$12.e00
Wasi;in -■ on Modern Homes Gom
pan\. io bu.ld. 1711 Davenport street;
$6,000. .
11 rry . rarnow. to build apartment,
1.109 Twenty-fourth street; $29,000.
Ship L ; qiior Test Postponed.
NEW YORK, October 11.—The mo
tion of the Neptune Association for a
preliminary Injunction against the
Cunard line to prevent the carrying
of liquor into American ports by the
company's ships was postponed until
Friday, when the case came before
Judge Francis A. Winslow in the
United States District Court yester
day. The suit aims to test the valid
ity of the recently signed liquor
treaty between the United States and
Great Britain.
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| Beautiful Columbia Park Homes |
X Convenient to 2 Car Lines |
| $8,850 |
BHigh Elevation ■
Open Today and Sunday |
Until 9 P.M. |
Location Equal to Any |
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And many other unusual feature! M
I Very Large Yards to Wide Alley M
I Suitable for Garden and Garage 1
I Convenient to Stores, Schools |
and Churches 1
I Inspect Bth and Ingraham Sts. N.W. |
Xj Take 14th St. car, marked “Takoma,” to Bth and Kennedy Sts., walk south to houses,
p or 9th St. car to Ingraham St. N.W. |||
I D. J. DUNIGAN I
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REAL ESTATE.
REALTY FIRM REPORTS
$547,650 SALES TOTAL
Thirteen Transfers by Hedges &
Middleton Include Business and
Residential Property.
Recent sales aggregating $517,650
are reported by the office of Hodges
& Middleton. The 13 transfers listed
by this firm include a number of busi
ness. residential and investment prop
erties.
Tho sales are:
The Suffolk apartment, 1467 Irving
street northwest, was sold for Louis
Addison Dent to Louis Stein. The
building is of fireproof construction
and contains 15 apartments of four
and five rooms and bath.
Maj. J. B. Woolnough purchased a
new detached brick home, 3513 Idaho
avenue, Cleveland Park, from Ellerson
& Wemplc. It has 10 rooms, 3 baths
and a large lot with garage.
A four-story modern building con
taining offices and apartments, 1723-
25 H street northwest, was ac
quired by a local investor from
Eugene Smith,, who received as part
consideration the property 1721 H
street northwest and a building lot at
Somerset, Md.
A four-story stone-front residence,
1111 Sixteenth street northwest, was
purchased by John Hill from Frank
S. Carroll. It has 11 rooms, 3 baths,
with modern improvements.
Three two-story brick dwellings,
1607-09-11 Meigs place northeast,
were sold for Israel Cooper to Joseph
N. Neiison, who will hold them as an
investment.
The modern colonial residence 4011
Illinois avenue northwest, was pur
chased by Agnes E. Mahoney from
Charles W. Taylor. It contains six
rooms, bath, extra lavatory and a
built-in garage.
Jacob Minkoft and Nathan Smith
purchased from Addic Saunders a
building lot located on the south side
of Irving street northwest between
Eleventh anU Thirteenth streets.
A practically new two-story build
ing containing two stories and two
apartments located at 2624 I’ street,
northwest wag acquired by J. E. Sin
sabaugh from Price & Luria, who re
ceived as part consideration the four
family apartment 625 Florida avenue
northeast.
A de.lached eight-room-and-bath
modern corner home, 5515 Ninth street
northwest, was sold for Henry B.
Mockabec to Henry P. Amos. This
property has a large lot, 65x100, and a
garage.
The four-story modern apartment
building 2906 N street northwest was
acquired by Francis I’. Sheehy from
Leslie E. F. Prince, who, in turn, ac
quired the Revere Theater, 3508 Geor
gia avenue northwest.
One of the new five-room-and-bath
bungalows. €313 Second street north
east, recently completed by -Little &
Marshall, was purchased by Francis I*.
Hurst.
A detflched modern seven-room
JAMESON-BUILT HOMES
4904 to 4022 1 3th St. N.W. At 13th & Shepherd Sts. N.W.
Only 1 Left
1| Only One Square From
14th St. Car Line
Six large rooms, attic,
IfUfl - JPP* • . | servant’s toilet, wide double
I * rear porches, cement front
v ™y***ywx"** porch, deep lot to wide alley.
i I ASK ™ E MAN
I «i ; J WHO OWNS ONE
b or
ft Thomas A. Jameson Co.
! Owners and Bonders
THE EVBNTNTI STAB, WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATmiDAY, OCTOBER 11, 3924.
and-bath semi-bungalow located on Gist
avenue, Blair, Md., was purchased by
Mrs. Ada I. Roberts from the Blair
Development Company, who received
as part consideration a building lot
located at Woodside Park, Md.
A modern store property, 1117 Ninth
street northwest, and a two-family
apartment, 1755 Willard street, were
acquired by Harry A, Kite from R. G.
McAllister, who acquired the detached
nlne-room-and-two-bath residence 57
Observatory circle northwest.
Asks Library Admittance.
New Zealand may be on the other
side of the earth, but modern com
munication Is making the earth a
smaller place every day in regard to
exchange of business methods. A
New Zealand firm has just applied to
the National Association of Real Es
tate Boards to bo admitted to the cir
culating library of advertising wheih
is being organized by tho associa
tion's homebuilders and subdividers
division.
Move 3,000-Ton Building.
One of the most spectacular engi
neering feats ever undertaken is the
moving of the 3,000-ton Gormantown
Hospital to a new site at Penn, Chew
and Wistar streets, Germanytown,
Pa.
Although workmen have been en
gaged In preparing tho structure for
moving since early in August, the.
actual jockeying of the building to
Us new foundations has just begun.
Census statistics show that there
are 253,836 women dairy farmers in
this country.
CHURCH ST.
Vacant
Near Dupont Circle —
verv desirable location; a
medium sized house, con
sisting of 8 rooms and 2
baths; lot is, 18j/> ft. by 95
ft. to a 12-ft. paved alley.
Attractively priced for
quick sale.
$10,750
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.
Inc,
738 15th St N.W.
Main 6830
STARTS REALTY COURSE.
Petty Holds First Session of Term
at Y. M. C. A. School,
The real estate course conducted by
the local V. M. C. A. was started this
week with a lecture by John A. Petty,
executive secretary of the Washing
ton Real Estate Board, who is acting
as Instructor during the course. An
"Analysis of the Real Estate Busi
ness” was tho subject discussed, and
Mr. Petty outlined the functions of
the various departments of a real es
An Opportunity I
3718- Garfield St. N.W. I
A CORNER, WITH SIX EXCEP- I
TIONALLY large, pleasant rooms. Brick
construction : 2-car brick garage on paved |
alley. Price and terms most attractive.
Open Sunday Until 9 P.M. 1
BORDEN & NEWBOLD
Main 2SO 305 Investment Bldg. |
EIGHT NEW HOMES I
FOUR SOLD
Nos. 5534 to 5548 Fifth St. N.W.
(Between Kennedy and Longfellow Streets)
These Homes Represent Utmost
Value in Price and Construction
Two-story and cellar brick houses, with a nice re
ception hall, very spacious living room, well arranged
dining room, fully equipped kitchen (with built-in icc
box and Detroit Jewel gas range); three large bed
rooms with unusually large wardrobe closets and tiled
bath.
Don’t overlook the porches—yes! Three of them!
A covered front porch across the entire house, a break- . jjjl
fast porch across entire house, and a sleeping porch
across the entire house.
It is impossible to describe every outstanding fea
ture. Come out and convince yourself.
EXHIBIT HOUSE
5536 Fifth Street N.W.
REASONABLY PRICED EASY TERMS
Open for Inspection Daily and Sunday Until 9 P.M.
TO INSPECT:
Take Hth St. car, get off at sth and Kennedy Six.;
or take any 9th St. car and get off at Longfellow St- and
walk four blocks east.
James Martin Realty Company
621 13th St. N.W. Main 2850
ONLY
S SOO. Cash I
19 Sold in 13 Days
Buy Your Home Where
Values Are Increasing
Location Is Ideal
Terms and Price Are Reasonable
Your Neighbors Are the Best
Quality Construction Predominates
BUY ON
BEAUTIFUL
CROMWELL
TERRACE
$7 *® 9 - 50 Monthly
M lILv) IP 9 Including All Interest
Unusually Large Double Rear Porches
Across Entire Width of Houses
Six rooms, built-in garage, tile bath, hot-water heat, electricity,
unusually large living rooms, specially designed staircase, spacious
dining room, French doors leading to very large breakfast porch,
splendid kitchen arrangement, LXHroit Jewel range, white enamel
combination kitchen cabinet, three large daylight bedrooms with
French doors leading to extremely large sleeping porch; bright,
airy basement, laundry trays, coal bin, hot-water heater, cement
front porches, ornamental iron railing, beautiful lawns artistically
planted with evergreens and hedge.
Exhibit House—237 Cromwell Terrace
OPEN TO t P.M.
(f/j Block North of 3d and Charming Sta. NJE.)
Furnished by The Hecht Company
To Inspect
.Take anto, ear or has to Fourth and Rhode Island avenue
A.E, north three block)* to Channing street and one block
west to homes or phone field office**, North 2150 or Colombia
4840 for free auto service.
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gig 15 a-/tree* rvu
•fiamclm. imq
tate office and showed how the entire
course was built to cover the field in
the broadest possible manner.
In speaking of the course the in
structor said that it was a part of
the educational program fostered by
the National Association of Real Es
tate Boards and was being conducted
under the auspices of the Washington
Real Estate Board, with the assist
ance of the local realtors, who will
deliver the various lectures scheduled.
At the next meeting of the class the
subject ‘‘Property Management” will
be discussed by J. F. M. Bowie, vice
president of the. H. L. Rust Co.
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The j
1 Perfect
I HOME [
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i 3618 PORTER STREET
Just Completed—Ready for Occupancy 7
«, If you are looking for a home that combines dignity and
simplicity, spacious comfort and every *up-to-date conven
ience—you'will not be disappointed.
A most artis pure COLONIAL HO ML-—substantially |i|
constructed and built entirely of the best quality BRICK. L
It is situated at one of the highest points in the city—and C
J its immediate surroundings and proximity to the National r
3 Cathedral will unquestionably assure PERMANENT
-I VALUE.
OUTSTANDING FEATURES ■ jr
Spacious living room with a real Colonial
Li fireplace; four splendid bedrooms; two beau
t i fully" equipped tile baths; oak floors
throughout; attic over the entire house:
copper screens; three enormous porches, two
completely screened. Wonderful lot. Cement
driveway to brick garage built in keeping L
with the house.
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| The Price Will Interest You—Liberal Terms
L Often for Inspection Until 9 P.M. •]
I BOSS & PHELPS I
=| REALTORS E
1417 K Street Main 9300
‘‘THE HOME OF HOMES"
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There Are Many Reasons Why
We Have
Sold 25 of These Homes
Only 3 Left
Inspect Them Tomorrow
Just Five Minutes’ Walk From Hth Street, Overlooking Saul’s Addition
Exhibit House, 923 Delaßeld Place
prke $7,950
Description ——
These houses consist of six nice large bright rooms and tile bath,
clothes closet on first floor, completely equipped kitchen, cold
storage pantry, bqilt-in refrigerator, white kitchen cabinet and many
other features. Three bright and cheerful bedrooms, each with
clothes closets. Beautiful front lawn, sodded and planted with shrub
bery; deep rear lot to alley with space for garage,
To Inspect—
Take 14th Street car to Ddafieid Place, then wale two blocks east—
or take Georgia Avenue car to Delafield and wale half a block.
S ■ ■ OPEN FOR INSPECTION
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REALTORS—Owners and Builders
REAi: ESTATE.
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