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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1914.
BUSY REALTY MONTH SHOWN FOR OCTOBER f'otal Investment in Purchases and Loans on Property Is $3,000,000. October's reputation as an exceptlon- i U' busy month In realty trading was t alntalned this year. During the, month dlnp today the brokers closed G34 sales . d made a daily average of twenty- Jr transactions. Involved in the 5 jnth's activity were 1.490 lots and par- r b of real estate. Tic total Investment in the purchase o and loans on local real estate during C nober. 1914. was 13,000.000. This sum f owe a decline of 5300,000 from the ag f -egate invested In October of last ar, but this difference was nearly all J "luded In a sale of a J 400,000 office lldlner in October. 3913. No sale of h -h magnitude was closed In the pres c t month, tho highest priced sale of tVe past four weeks being $100,000. Most c ' the transactions of the month were t ' medium priced properties. The month's business "shows an ad- ance of twenty-seven sales over the i cord for October, 1913. In the volume c ' traainc the past month fell behind its 1 redecessor of last year. Largest of Month. The last week of October has the distinction of furnishing the largest transaction of the month, although its record of business makes the poorest snowing of the past four weeks. Dur ' e the last six" days the .brokers closed nly 154 transactions, in which were in "olvcd 204 lots and parcels of real es tate. The outlying suburbs retained the lead of the market, showing even a gain of i parcels over the record or tne pre- -ding week wlthjn this area. A total eighty-seven parcels changed own- i s. The near-urban district was in p cond place, with forty lots trans ferred, followed cloBely by the north- est, withv thirty-one lots conveyed, ""here were twenty-two lots sold in the Mutheast. sixteen In the northeast, and c ght in the southwest. Tke rumored sale of business prop-e-ty in the Fifteenth and.H streets Bec kon .at a price said to De In the nelgh 1 Thood Of $100,000, became a reality on ednesday. when a deed conveying 1-emise '1510 H street northwest was r aced on record. The purchaser is Syl- "ater W. Labrot, who bought from " r. Henry H. Hazen. The property, Milch.ls tinder rental to J. M. Gldding t Co..' has a 'frontage of about twenty-j-even-fect and a depth .oft 111 feet, and improved by a ' t our-story building t-ranged for store purposes. The front of rough tapestrv brick, with glased ' ts. cotta trimmings. Consideration of $6x,ooo. """he next most Important sale of the eeSc involved a consideration of 561.000. this Price the vestry of St. Andrew's parish -conveyed the church property at fourteenth and Corcoran streets to the mteea of John Wesley A. M. E. Church. 'Tie People's Mutual Benefit Insur . ""-e Company invested .$30,000 in the r rchase of premises' 1232 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, which runs through 1 to D street, and is also improved by house 1223 D street northwest. The property was sold by W. Fred Holtz man, who recently -secured It from Stone & Fairfax. The latter1 took over tho property a few weeKsago in cbn l.ecdon with a, trad o involving fi02 'arid f4 Eleventh . street -northwest. The purpose of the Insurance company as the use or' Improvement of its pur i .ase has not been disclosed. CSarles F. "Wlnblgler and Adella O. inblgler purchased during, the week 1 le property at 505" E "street northwest. belonged to the bankrupt estate of 'hn H. Nolan,' and was conveyed by " s trustee. Bates Warren. The price is t stated In the record. Sold By oCnway. The president and directors of Gon pa College added to their holdings of alty in that vicinity by purchasing this ck premises, 22 K Btreet northwest. "homap Conway' was the seller. The loan market also reflected the eeks decline In trading. The exact fig- ' -en in the loan market this week were "5,2o3.14. This sum. was borrowed on ' security of 182 lots at an average urcst rate or 5.7 per cent. ctralght loans predominated with an rggregate of H42.45LW. The building p-aoclations advanced to members ?C4.- o. The sum of all the notes given for ftrred purchase money was $43,301.64. "ounty property continued to find fav- as a basis for loan security, being ' edged for a total of $122,154.36. Land the northwest waa encumbered to the stent of 1 59,347.78. The record of loans i the other city sections was: Kmth est, $36,698; southeast, $21,660, and -theaEt, $15,403. While building activity in the DIh ct during the past week was slight restrJcted when comparison Is made th similar periods in the recent t. the reduction of expenditures as due primarily to fewer and less xtenalve repairs, rather than to a ecreaso in new building. The per lts Issued by the superintendent of ulldinge for new undertakings to lled more than $70,000, but the to hl expenditures embraced In the en re Issuance of permits was scarcely ore than $84,000. The largest project for which per- assion waa granted is the four- ory re-enforced concrete storage arehouse, which Lewis Hopfemmalr to erect at 3306 Water street. The -tiding will have a frontage of 43 et and a depth Of 68 feet. It will ft approximately $12,000. Will Erect New Plant. Thb "Washington Asphalt Block and le Company, whose plant was burn- last January, will erect on the old to at R and South Capitol streets r bulldlnge. The largest, which ill be the machinery building, will I 150 by 50 feet; adjoining will oe ie boiler room, a ueparate structure -' by 30 feet, while nearby will be t , office building 16 by 24 feet. The ' rce buildings will be of brick and : n. and will cost about $8,000. expenditures for dwelling proper- are embraced principally in the -rles of small homes which con t :tors are to put on the market. 'thur C: Moses is to construct at 67. 1869. and 1871 Newton street t ree two-story brick residence), ch of which will be 17 by 32 feet. ' total cost will be $8,000. Thomas A. Jameaon is preparing to lg'n bulldln at 2625. 3528. and S530 rnth street northwest. wHere ha pro. j ?ce to construct three two-story brick iwe!llnga 17 by 51 feet, at a cost 'of t 00. John H. Lewis has secured per tn'ts to construct- three two-story brick 1 o"e at 1145. 1147. and 1149 Neal street r.orthMst. each of which will have a f intagfl of IB feet 8 Inches and a depth c' 3 feet. The cost will be $5,000. Other residence properties to be erect ion Include fc two-story frame structure BUILDING PHIS FOR WEEK 184,000 which Mrs. Anna L. Lukel will build at 1415 Montague street northwest at a cost of $6,000; a two-story hollow tile and brick home to be erected by P. C. Claflln at 1427 Longfellow street, cost ing $5,000; a two-story tile residence which F. R. Gordon Is to build :'t 2211 MeKinlpv strrpt northwest for '$4,250, and two frame dwellings that Heber L. Thornton proposes to erect at 7217 and 7225 Blair road. The 'urmcr will cost $3,500, and will be .two-and-a-hair stories In height, while the latter will cost $3,000, and will be onoanJ-a-half stories. Other outlays for new wo'k are em braced In the construction of a number of small private garages. LOST AND FOUND BUNCH OP KETS on Wednesday night en 14th st.. or II st. car line. Return to J. L. GOODWIN, care Washington Times, liberal reward. 1 BRACELET Gold filigree, set with 3 ame thysts, Thursday afternoon between 4:30 and 6. Reward. The Plaza, Apt. 201. "50 REWARD Lost, black and white Jap anese poodle. 1109 13th st. N. W. 1 DIAMOND RING Platinum; birthday gift; In Keith's or shopping. Reward If re turned to 3222 19th N. W. 1 BUNCH OF KEYS, last night, between 14th and K sts. and Aqueduct Bridge. Reward. 1012 14fh st. MESH BAG Silver. Rock Creek Bridge car: Wednesday morning; Initials D. E. T. Lib eral reward if returned to 506 9th st. S. E.. or phone M. 3120. Br. 41L HELP WANTEDMALE BOY for tailor shop; pay $5 week, with wheel, to right boy. Apply at once, 1511 Conn. avc. BOY Bright, energetic for toy factory. Inquire rear 1341 W st. N. W. CANVASSERS 4 or 5 (food; S3 to S6 per day; commission basis: paid evcrv dav. Call Friday. Saturday and Monday. 245 John Mar shall place. 1 FIREMAN Experienced: steady employment for sober and Industrious man. NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO.. 23 Pierce st. N. W. HOTEL "NIGHT CLERK today for out of city with hotel reference. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY. 12th and Pa. avc. MEN Young, colored, to do general v.ork around store. Only those with best ref erences need apply, between 9:30 and 10 a. m. 627 12th st. N. W. 1 SHOEMAKER at once. 1316 Mth st. TAILORS To work on women's coats. Or.ly those who are thoroughly experienced need applv. before 10 a. m. JULIUS GAR FINKLE & CO. 1 WHITE BOY6 18 yrars of age as messen gers: only those with best of references need apply. JULIUS OARFINKLE & CO. HELP WANTED FEMALE APPRENTICES To learn French dresscut- tlnc dressmaking;, designing, and millinery; good positions furnished after learning. New York Millinery Academy. 1115 O st. 1 COLORED GIRL, general housework, about 18 or 20 years old. Apply C22 6th st. N. E. GIRLS that understand dressmaking or tailoring for sewing on furs at 1316 F st. N. W. HOTEL LINEN -ROOM WOMAN, today; ex perienced. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, 12th and Pa. avc. SALESWOMEN in our leather roods, glove and handkerchief departments: only those who have had several years' experience need applv before 10 a. m.. JULIUS OARFINKLE & CO. SEWERS on women's coats, skirts and towns; only those who are thoroughly ex perienced need apply before 10 a. m.. JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO. YOUNG GIRL in office; mtist be accommo dating. BOX 345, Times office. WANTED SALESMEN SALESMEN To sell the famous home-made Lady Fairfax candles on commission. Lady SVlrfax Candy Co.. 1231 B"t. N, V.'. 1 SITUATIONS WANTED Male. BAR PORTER or JANITOR: reliable; rec ommended colored man; also position as furnace man by a student. THE EUREKA. 1011 N. Y ave. N. W. JANITOR or tend to furnace between tho J hours of 5 p. m. and 7:20 a. m. BOX 342 Times office. 1 PAINTING by day of Job. BOX 237. Times office. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANT to trade fine lot In District, value 1.200. for good paying business, grocery preferred. IULEHART. 426 C st. N. E. ' IF .YOU are thinking of buying, a business, call for particulars and Inspection of tho many listed with us. We cannot attempt to describe fully the merits of these places. All stores personally inspected before olfer ine for sale by us. Established In this city IS years. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F. FOR SALE HOTEL Near city, doing a. good business; on concrete road and street car line: fully equipped. LICENSE ASSURED. DUCKETT 4k SON. 611 F st. N. W. SMALL EUROPEAN HOTEL Fully eouin- J ped; reasonable rent; heat, hot water fur J nithed; In heart of business center. Apply 1 1208 Pa. ave. N. W. ! FOR SALE tt will buy half Interest In established business; contracts over $500; stock. $5). Address BOX 33S, Times office. BAD INVESTMENTS in mining stock or other schemes Induced by fraud or misrep resentation, may be recovered: bad checks collected: claims adjusted: expert secret ser vice, any cause, all sections: consultation fre Founded 18S5. Licensed and bonded. Phone Main 2525. BRADFORD'S DETEC TIVE SERVICE. Southern Building. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS WOHKINGMEN Would It add to the com fort of the family to buy luxuries with the caeh that you can save buying from us? It's business, it Is; we are selling fine tail ored new Bults .-U f8 to 1S; save $10 on a line suit; one pries. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 618 D. i PIANO U1 Expert work MJaran- x inn j jj teej. drop jgm, L TIT NINO Larsen. 644 S. C. ave. WE ALSO "SHADE" THE PRICE. Opaque shades fitted, 35c; oil opaque or do mestic holland shades. tOc. duplex, cambric hades. 7Cc. KLKEnTATT-i?. 11th H N. E. Birds, Dogs, Pets, Itc. JURT RECEIVED fine lot blnglng canaries. parrots and dogs of several kinds. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. N. W. Window Cleaniij. HOUSEKEEPERS This week ordinary win dows expertlv cleaned. 6c each. Floors waxed, polished, stained, varnished. House cleaning. ELLIOTT. I4W You St. N. W. Postal. Phone N. 2S"8. A C M E Ph. M. 71D9 921 G STREET. For Exchange. THERE 13 HARDLV A HOME IN WASH INGTON where there ts not at least one old piece of furniture that tho owner would lllce to exchange for new. If you have any thing at all that you would like to trade in as part payment on new furniture, phone Main 5076 and agent will call and explain our plan or drop postal "Exchange." 1023 7th st N W. MOTORCYCLES 1-2913 Reading Standard twin, fine condition. S133. 1 1913 R. S single: good as new. 90. 1 1014 Pope twin, new tires, easy terms. 1200. T.N. MUDD.' JR.. 824 Sth St. N. W TWIN EXCELSIOR Belt drive; excellent condition: at a Hacriflce. , Call 823 9th st. N. W.. Phone Main 7069. ! HORSES AND VEHICLES ONE HORSE, harness, buggy: al6o one pony, harness, phaeton: cheap. Call 433 9th st. S. W. FOR HIRE Horses, carriages, wagons, day. week or month: Hpeclal prices. GEN. LI VERT CO.. INC.. rear 237 Pa. ave. M. J 197. HORSES and vehicles for hire, by day. wtvk or month at special rates: boarding horses a specialty. COGSWELL"S STABLES. 311 113 Missouri av. X. W. Phoas Main 40S6. I FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS STEAM TABLE. NEW 6-HOLE STEAM TABLE. APPLY KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL, 17th and N. Y. avc. $300 UPRIGHT PIANO $87.50. ORGANS. $5; SQUARE PIANOS. 5. LAWRENCE'S, 810 T. TUNING, $1.30. LADIES' GRAY SUIT, black suit. 2 blue suits, long black coat, and man's overcoat. 1918 17th st. N. W. CAMERA 6x8H. complete, used four weeks. sell cheap. Call after 3 p. m.. 707 5th st. N. W. H FOR SALE Large thoroughbred 8t. Bernard: fine pedigree; splendid watch dog: J10. worth t50. 414 9th st N. W. Phone Main 6223. 1 HAYNES' upright piano, used 1 year: will eccriflce for cash. Call S24 9th st. N. E. LAUNCH 28 ft. long; Fox heavy duty en gine; new reverse gear; perfect running order guaranteed: cushions, lamps, anchors; cheap. Further particulars, NICHOLS PHARMACY, 1901 Pa. ave.. Phone Main 1S70. BROWN PONY COAT; raccoon collar and cuffs; sire 36; also cadet suit, size 15: rea sonable. The Lincoln, apt. 16. phone L. 972-J. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS MILK COW Good fresh; District tuberculin tested: mention price and age. BOX 341, Times office. 1 . HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth ing; either ladies' or gentlemen's; send pi tal: will call. B. TARSHES. 1308 7th st. T. W. Phono North 499. 1 WANTED Furniture fr cash. Sell your goods to the man who gives the most monov. Sr HOFWOOD. Sth and K. 1 PERSONAL i-i-i-i-i-h-h-H1':":-'!-!-!-:-:-!-:":' ' Hr RPFn SPECIALIST f - i-w 804 17 BTREE1 The Most Important Advice that I can offer to any man or :- 14 Y y v 13 X woman who la suffering from any 4-acute chronic or. special disease Get Well, 60S, Bacteria Vacclnen, J -,-turn an mu ucw eciuiua mm anu- j toxins administered. Blood tests " r made. Laboratory stocked with i 3 everything the best In medicines, f Over 30 years practice In treat- T lng Catarrh, Indigestion, Constl- T patlon. Piles, Throat, Lung. Brain, T Heart, Blood, and Skin Diseases, J Rheumatism, all stages of Blood j! v. poisoning. Nervous and General T X Debility. J. Charges Low. Medicines Furnished. , AOfflco hours: 10 to 1; 3 to 6. Sun- JL .C . days, 10 to 12. J. -IK-H--r-H-K-H-H-H : Dr. Wm. T. Baldus, Specialist. Brain, nervous and stomach diseases; Dr.'s service and medicine. t2.: se. cor. 6th & F nw. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ph. M. 2516. MISS JAMRRON. manicuring and chiropody: hours 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 1212 N. Y. ave. N. W.. 2d floor. ! MISS WELLS Mtmlwln,; and ip -UL-LkJO l JHJJi-10 treatment. Hours 9 to 5. 933 Q st. N. TV.. Apart. 2. ! CANCER, Tubercular and Other Skin and Blood Diseases successfully treated; elec tricity in High-blood Pressure. Rheumatism, Sciatica, etc. DR. NICHOLSON, 1305 H st. MISS CAIN, manicuring and Scalp Treat ment. 716 7th st. N. W.. Apt. 1. Evenings by appointment. Phone Main 7425. I WHAT IS IT YOU WISh TO KNOW? ? i EXPERT CONFIDEN- ? tTIAL SECRET SERVICER Our thirty years' practical experience In secret service work qualifies us to givo expert confidential advice to oeople suffer ing annoyances of a business or private nature. Consultation and advice free. LICENSED. BONDED. FOUNDED 1SS6. BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE SERVICE. SOUTHERN BUILDING. WASHINGTON. D. C. "The Service that costs more, but does more." i i I 3: Tn rn ri r. rn,irril'nTrt' VT BEAUTY SPECIALIST. All blemishes, frecklss. wrinkles, actually removed: rough and coarte pores smoothed: the skin and .complexion cleared; hours. 9 to 7. Office 1322 L st. N. W. Phone M. 3603. AUTOMOBILES ROADSTER Big bargain: 30 h.p.; in perfect condition; fully equipped: new tires: top; new bearings throughout; tools, chains, ex tra tubes. First 300 takes car. 610 A se. OVERLAND G-pascnger: model 59- 35-h.ji. , guaranteed perfect condition: bargain: looks like new. S. Bernstein. 473 Pa. ave. N W. FORD machine: cheap at $160 If sold at once Bakery. 5th and A sts N. E. TWO NEW sample delivery cars, much less than wholesale; capacity, 1,000 and 1.600 lbs. 2110 Flakier pi.. North 358-M. 1 THREE used cars. In splendid running con dition; ready for the road, as follows: Max well roadster. t2Z0; Marlon touring car. M(W: Warren-Detroit touring car. $550; also 1-ton Locomobile truck chassis, equipped with good tires: can start right in to work as on as body is put on. The Shelby Co.. 1805 14th st. N W. WILCOX TRUCK for sale: 3-ton: largo body, new tires; newly painted, and In tine con dition; very cheap Can be seen at 3D N. Y. ave. N E. Phone Line 1170. Expert auto repairing; Ford cars a specialty; ull work guaranteed. W. L. FRAZIEH, rear 222 Mass. ae. N. W. Phone M. 6644-M. N 5058 Touring cars and limousines by hour, day or week. Standard Gar- ff. P. L. PAYLOn. Prop 2121 14th nw. For Hire. PHONE N. 3830 We rent automobiles bv the week, month, or season: our cart, are tho best In make and appearance, being brand new. Phone us for prices. TAYLOR AUTO HIRING CO. i 12 TO $2.7& PER HOUR-.', and 7 pase.if-r touring cars: reasonable rates for country trips. Phone North 8301 Night or dav 1 FIVE and seven-passenger touring cars and taxi cabs, reasonable and careful drivers, reasonable rates to reception parties my upe clalty. Phone M. 1672. CONTINENTAL AUTO CO. 6-PASSENGER, $2.60; 7-pasbenger. $3.i0 per hour. Powhatan Hotel. 18th and Pa. M. 8207 Storage, Itc. STORING AUTOS where thev aro fcafe from fire and free from dust. You get hervlec here. And at a reasonable charge. Repairs and accessories. HOl'TH CAPITOL GAR AGE, nw. cor. South Cap. and ( sts. Phono Line 756 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE EXPERIENCED HANDLERS and expert packers, np tiouble to estimute. Phone Main 5976, or drop postal to Storage Dent THE GLOBE FURNITURE CO.. 103 7th st. N. W. 1 MOVTNfr I'ADDED vans -UJ.W V VJ FURNISHED Phone M. 2010-2011. KRIEG'S EXPRESS; 1236 H Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKING AND SHIPPING. FREE MOVING FOR STORAGE Call N. 4315 or N 1840 for estimates. 200 teparate rooms. SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. 012 S st. Night oh. N. CM2 1 BTORAGE $1 mo.; hauled In free; all we ask. compare our price to otheru; estimate cheerfully sit en; central location, dry. clean storage rooms, open for Inspection at any time. H. Haum A Son.. 12 Pa. ave. M. 1264 GET OUP. ESTIMATES on absolutely fire proof storage, moving, packing. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO 112-20 10th 6t N. W. Phone M. 4229. STORE YOUR FURNITURE, pianos, etc.. at WESCHLER'S. 920 Pa. ave. N. W. Rates reasonable: estimates cneerfully cUen Phonu 12S2. FREIGHT and bagcage transferred. Offices at all freight stations. Phone Wctt 737. L1TTLEFJELD, ALVORD & CO.. Kit I'm. av. xxv. OppoalU New WJUr4. FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished- 2nd ST. S. E.. 214 Three rooms furnished complete for housekeeping: next to bath: 3 minutes walk to Public Library. , 2nd ST. N E.. 327 Apart 3 Nice second floor steam heated room; near station: &2 per week. . 12th ST. N. W 326 Facing Pa. ave.: clean lront rooms, tteam heat. $2 ween up. 4th ST. N. W.. 401 Two-room apart 1st floor: opposite park: complete for I. h. k. 17th ST. N. W.. 1030 NIcelv furnished rooms. 3d ST. N. W., 607 One largre, bright room, completely furnished, 1. h. le; plenty of heat. 1 3d ST. N. W., 736 Large, bright front rooms, bargain to good tenant; near busi ness center; adjoining bath; kitchenette. H ST. N. W-, 622 Two rooms on second floor, fur. for I. h. It. 1 EYE ST. N. W.. 624 One nice large sunny bed room, second floor. prUate family. FAIRMONT ST, 1445-One furnished room; $7 per month. 1 10th ST. N. W.. 1325 Bright, cozy room: $8: steam heat. 1 Sth ST. N. E., 8103 bright cheerful well heated rooms: elegantly and comDletclv furnished for housekeeping: ery reasonable. 15th ST. N. W.. 1414 Three rooms, nicelv furnished; well located: every convenience; single or en suite; 1. h. k. permitted: rca- sonable; phone N. 8014. . THE DENVER. Apt. 36. 1419 Chapin at. N. W. Large fur. room, telephone, elec. light. newlv papered. 1 19th ST. N W.. 912 Nicely furnished rooms with or without private bath; convenient to both car lines. PA. AVE. N. W.. 120S-Beautiful warm, sunnv; hot water alwavs: rates for winter. Opp. Raleigh. No car fare. G ST. N. W., 207 Nicely furnished, well heated rooms: southern exposure; with or without 1. h. k. ' . Untarnished. 11th ST. N. W.. 1246 Three rooms on second floor, bath and hot-water heat, for houae keeplng. 4th ST. S. E. 200 Three bright rooms and kitchenette; a. m. 1.: convenient nelzhbor- hood. JJ N ST N. W.. 714 Two rooms. 2nd floor: next to bath. Hot-watar heat 6th ST. JC. W.. 1416 Two large cheerful rooms, bath same floor: 1. h. k.. reasonable. N. J. AVE. N. W.. 515-Unfurnlshed. 2 nice rooms, second floor; 1. h. k. : heat, gas, bath; S16 without children: with children. $18. 1 J 6th ST. N. W.. 1016 Single unfurnished room. liana : come quick. x- Furnished or Unfurnished. A ST. S. E., 211 Beautiful rooms, light, clean comfortable summer and winter; $1.75 upward: housekeeping: permitted; re fined home; best location; few doors from Congressional library. Phono L. 3349. 1 ROOMS. AND BOARD Sth ST. N. W.. 721 Rooms and board. $5; 6 a. m. breakfast. , P ST. N. W.. 511 Well heated front room with board; 2 gentlemen of good habits; $4.50 week each. 4th ST. N. W.. C21 Nicely furnished rooms with board, steam heat. 7th ST. N E.. 638 Furnished rooms with or without board: home cooking: owner. MASS. AVE. N. W.. 1230-Beautlfully fur nished rooms, excellent board: home cook ing: conenlent location. N. 4736. 1 K ST. N. W.. 1602 One large room: bouthern exposure; suitable for couple; phone Main 4750. 8th ST. N. W.. 1108-Nlcely furnished rooms; excellent board; home cooking; very rea sonable. Phone North 2CS7. TABLE BOARD K ST. N. W., 933-OId reliable boarding; house, $2.50 per week for 2 meals a day, and 5 per week for 3 meals a day; give us a trial. 1 CLAIRVOYANTS MME. CARLETTA, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT, CARD READER 12 years' continuous practlco in Washington. Without a question tells you object of your call, names of friends and enemies. ADVICE ON BUSINESS. LOVE. COURTSHIP. MAR RIAGE AND DIVORCE. Daily-Sunday. Hours 705 8th ST N W 11 A. M. 'VvJ W 01, r1, W 8 P. M. FITZGERALD Noted Palmist and Double Seeing Powers. Future, courtship, mar riage, business; guaranteed. 1017 Hth st. 11 w. MME. FREDA. Fortunes told this week. 25c. Bring this ad. 457 Eye st. N. W. MADAM CATHERINE Washington's Favor ite Palmist and Card Reader; reliable ad vice on all affairs. 503 5th st. N. W. FAMOUS MADAME FIELD What she tells you can relv upon, born with call: when you consult her you consult best. 1226 7th st. N W SriKiiUALiSM MISS C. VOEGLER, f -"- eve. at 8: private readings dallv. 734 6th nw. il- MRS. THELMA RICHARDS, ordained spiritual medium; readings dally: seances Tue.v. and Ihurs. at S p. in. 216 New Jersey ave. n. Op'-n Sundays. MRS. C ROTH, sleance TueA a'nd Thurs. eve.: Anacostla car. 700 6th st. S. E. MADAME CORNIKH-Noted spiritual n.ed lum; reads your life correctly; gives names, facts; readings dally. 537 3rd st. N. E.. cor r. near Union Station, ladles only. MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium. Readings dally: seances Tues. & Thurs. even ings. I'h Line. 3018 315 N J. aie. S. E. 1 MEETINGS at the home of Mrs. J. E. Maltby Wednesday and Friday. 8 p. m. A message to each. Dally Readings. Ph. North 8293. 1603 First st N W FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE j-j..j-f-2-tjj. We Are Authorized To Sell or Exchange T A G-room bath and cellar house, 4. r:Iciily located, subject to a trust of y 32.500. for a lot worth from $1,000 to X J,2j0. Will pay difference. If any, -j" in cash. House well tenunted. -i- 1 WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO. Southern IJuildiiiK. X 807 1 5th St. N. W. I 4. 4. FOR SALE LOTS FIVE IXTS at Chevy CliaBe, D. C, 40x120, worth 11,300 each; want offer of 55,000 cash. BOX 332, Times office 1 BUILDERS, ATTENTION! 200 ft front by l.0 deep to alley, on a 4 It. terrace, at Chevv Chase. D. C. Must lo sold- make offor BOX 332. Times office. 1 MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-On I). C real estate. I have 113.000 to loan on approved D. C. real estate! first trusts: 5Vb per cent and 6 per cent Interest. 1. J. WALSI1E. 11M New York ave N W. MONEY TO LOAN $250 to $500,000 on D. C. real estate. Severul trust funds 4Vj to 3 per cent. All transactions conducted with economtcul consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Bouthern Building. M7 15th st. N W. SECOND TRUST. Money to loan at 6 on District Real Es tate. Any amount from $200 to $5,000. n flrit or second trust, in straight note or monthl payments. Tukes only three days fj ma, them. PAUL V. MITCHELL A: CO . 71S 14th st. N. W MONEY TO LOAN on real estate: 1owij: rates; prior payment privileges; Urg amounts. TYLER lb RUTHERFORD, lit liti. APARTMENTS TO LET Unfurnished. "THE KENYON? 1372 Kenyon St. N. W. Four rooms and bath; second floor: large porch: steam heat; hot water furnished J ear round: rent only $33. CO Also five rooms and bath, without porch, but very desirable; located third floor front: rent only M0.C0 CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., PHONE MAIN 2242. 601 Sth ST. N. W. GET MY BIG RENT LIST. HARRY E. GLADMAN, 306 Pa. ave. S. E. ' 1 36 K ST. N. E.. 4-room and bath, J12. AI.EX. S. CLARKE, Jr., 635 F ST. 1 FOR COLORED-THE MARIETTA apart ment. 241S 17th st. N. W.: 4 and 5 beau tiful rooms with porcelain bath, closets and porches: $16 to $18.60: section Where help Is in great demand at high wages. Apply Janl tor. Phone Col. 1613. i APARTMENTS. 1246 20th st nw., 4 rms. and water.$10.75 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bide. . 1 1408 L ST. N. W. 1 large front room aad bath $13.00 2 large rooms with biith.. 22.50 I HAVE A BIG DEMANDFOR NEW HOUSES TO RENT HARRY E. GLADMAN, 306 Pa. Ave. S. E. 1 THE CALUMET. 300 East Capitol St.. Apt. 2. Desirable flrst-flDor apartment: four rooms and bath: near Library and Capitol. Phone Lincoln 2161. 1 Apartment Owners Attention ! ! ! Our demand for small apartments cannot be satisfied. List your apartments with us. HARRY E. GLADMAN. 306 Pa. ave. S. E. . 1 AT 7th and II STS. S. W. Four and flv room flats in 1st class condition: on car line. $15.60 up. PHILLIPS' CO.. 230 John Marshall place. Furnished. FURNISHED APT. for rent; 1212 N. Y. ave. N. W., 3d floor; 3 rooms, private bath. $25.50. Wanted Apartment Owners Attention ! ! ! Our demand for small apartments cannot be satisfied. List your apattments with us. HARRY E. GLADMAN. 30S Pa. ave. S. E. FOR RENT STORES 461 H st. nw., store and dwlgf $30.50 loOO U st. nw........ .... ... 15.50 320 1st st- sc, and dwelling: Reduced LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bldg. 1 STORE ANT DWELLING, near Union Sta tion; Br; F st. N. W.. $33.50. Excellent situation for any business. CAYWOOD & OARRKTT. 1231 N. Y. ave. 212 B st. nw., 25x100; concrete floor, 7 dwelling rooms above $38.50 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern BIdff. 1 STORE, six rooms and bath, corner, Hth and C sts. S. E. FOR RENT OFFICES DISTRICT BANK BUILDING, 1405 G st. N. W. Modern fireproof bldg.. heat, light and char service. Rooms from $10 to $1J. N. L. SANSBURY CO- Agts- 721 13th st. FOR RENT Part of office, or will take active or silent partner, 825 RIggs Bldg. 1408 L STREET. Two bright suites. Suitable for physician or dentist. Lavatories. Excellent central location. FOR RENT GARAGES STABLE OR GARAGE In rear 1331 Q at. Apply to OWNER, 1244 Hth st. N. W Phone N. 1232. WANTED HOUSES Apartment Owners, Attention!!! Our demand for small apartments cannot be satistled. List Your Apartments With Us. HARRY E. GI.ADMAN, 305 Pa. ave. S. E. 1 FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 3633 Uth nw.. 6r..$2S.50 32 K nw.. 6r $31.50 733 Falrm'tnw..7r 30.50,120 C ne.. Sr 25.50 71 N.Y. ave.ne..'Jr 2s". 50 2328 G nw.. 7r 20.50 1512 5th nw.. Sr.. 1.50 33 Md. sw.. 7r ...20.00 6t5W Sth ne.. 4r... 12.50 MI Gold'n sw., 4r. 10.50 1243 V, sw. 4r 8.50 12 Col. Tcr. nw.. 4r 7.50 1526 3rd nw.. 4r., 2333 Sth nw.. lr.. 1252 Hth se.. 7r... 332 V nw.. 4r.... 14.60 15.50 12.50 ll.Ou UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 756 Morton nw..2r $10.50.i v nw -,r 126Baarct.nw..4r 7.00 7?' ' nw" l 317 V nw.. 3r 7.23 1Kj 18t nw" -r- $7.50 5.25 GARAGE Rear 1806 E st. nw.. elec. charg. plant.$100.00 A S. CAYWOOD. 015 N. Y. ac. nw. M. 710. FOR RENT To Colored Tenants. 1306 T. 6 rooms, bath. lat. heat S2S.50 42h K St.. 9 rooms, bath. lat. heat 23.50 i 1 ne.. 10 rooms, bath, lat. heat 23.50 '2AZ1 K st. nw.. 6 rooms, bath. lat. heat. 27.50 1746 Seaion. 6 rooms, bath. lat. heat 22.50 1752 Seaton. 6 rooms, bath, lat. heat.... 22.50 536 21th. Cr.. bath. lat. heat, porches.. 22.50 12J1 ami 1237 27th. 5r., bath. lat. heat.... lfc.00 GARDINER & DENT, Inc., &12 14th st. N. W. FOR KENT 714 P.. I. AVE. N. W. 6 rooms and water; in good condition; rent only $1'.50. CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., PHONE M. 2242. 604 5TH ST. N. W. COLORED TENANT SOS 20th st. N. W-. 7 rooms, newly papered, $17. ALEX. S. CLARKE, Jr., 635 F ST. 1 OR, B. BAY WINDOW BRICK, central lo cation; excellent condition; good for room renting. K bt , n.-ar 10th, $45.75. CAY WOOD & GARRETT. 1231 N. Y. ave. N. W. COLORED TENANT. on rr.ontn iree. 10 rooms and bath. 1431 Q st. N. W. C. M. FORREST. 612 F bt. N. W. 1 ONLY $27.50. Ten rooms and bath, ull modern Improve ments, porches, beautifully finished through out. Located in a most desirable part of tho northwest. Further particulars from BOX 33J. Times ofllce. FOR KENT 144 11th st. S. E ; 10-rm brick: cellar: largo vurd: rear alley: half squaro from Lincoln Park, heats well: $2S 60. KEY 1017 EAST CAPITOL ST. Apartment Owners Attention!!! Our demand for small apartments cannot bo satlslied. Llbt your npnrtmcnts with us. HARRY E. GLADMAN, 3Ut Pa. ae. S. E. 1 "" RENT STARTS NOV. 10th. " 810 Maryland ae. N. E.. 5 rooms. S13.50. 1107 D ne.. 5 rooms, gas. water in kitchen. $12.50. Kevs 215 Sth St. N. E. 622 QUE ST.. corner 7 rooms, bath, cellar. yard: near bchools. market, etc.; flno con- ditlon: cheap. Apply 1)15 Rhode Island ave. FOR RENT-1C0J C ST. S. E. 0 rooms and bath, furnace heating; a very chtup house; rent only $17 50. CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., PHONE M. 2242. 601 STH ST. X. W. FOR RENT New C rooiim and lath. ONLY $17.o0 PER MONTH. SIS 14' St. N. E. Apply Owner. JAMES D. BURN. 1101 E at. N. E. I HAVE A BIG DEMAND FOR NEW HOUSES TO RENT HARRY E. GLADMAN. 30) Pa. Ave. S. E. 1 121 K st. nw., 6 rooms $13.50 825 K et. nw., 8 rooms $20.60 1143 10th bt. nw.. 7 rooms, bath $25 30 S. W. COCKRELL, 802 F st N W 1 $f3. TWO HOUSES, six roomn and bath, hot and cold water, electricity. Apply The CLARA BARTON HOME. Glen Echo. Md Furnished. WIDOW OF AX OFFICER, not wishing to l.iep house, would rent her handsomely fur-nlhhL-d house, plunu. linen, silver. 2 baths. 12 lur.To rome, sr.ir.isf. beautiful location, prl ute lainily iu.ibouj.blc. Phone OWNER, Horth 7lw FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. John F. Donohoe & Sons, Inc., 314 Pennsylvania AvenueS. E. UNFURNISHED. 637 E. Cap. st.. lOr.b.. fur. heat. cellar.$40.63 103 Eth st. se.. Sr.b.. lat. heat 36.50 415 A st. se., 9r.b, h-w. heat -5.50 136 C st. se.. Sr.b.. fur. heat, cellar.... 35.50 16 6th st. ne., 9r,b, h-w. heat 32.50 210 4th st. se.. 9r.b.. h.w. heat 33.W 22 8th t. ne., 9r.b, h-w. heat 32.50 219 C st. ne.. Sr.b.. h.w.h 20.50 612 A st. se.. 8r 2b h.w. heat S0.0 50! B st. se.. lOr.b.. lat. heat 50-&0 126 D st. ie., 6r,b. fur. heat 26.o0 817 C st. se.. 7r.b.. h.w.h.. cellar 2S.50 706 A st. ne., 7r,b, lat. heat 2.&0 635 4th et. ne. 8r.b.. lat. heat 25.50 322 C st. sc, 6r.b, lat. heat 23.50 520 D st. ne.. 6r,b.. lat. heat 22.50 1121 S. C. ave. se., 7r,b, lat. heat 22.50 112 9th st. se., 7r,b. lat. heat 22.50 S31 11th t. ne.. 6r.b.. lat. heat, cellar... 22.50 310 4th st. se., 6r.b, lat. heat 22.50 500 3d st. ne 7r.b.. fur. heat, cellar.... 22.60 400 G st. se.. 7r.b.. lat. heat .u 1423 Pa. ave, se.. 6r.b, lat. heat 20.50 658 14th st. se.. 6r.b.. fur. heat., cellar.. 20.50 G21 A st. sc. 6r. b.. lat. heat 20.50 1509 A st sc, 6r,b.. fur. heat, cellar 20.60 131 D st. se.. 6r.b.. lat. heat 20.00 451 N. J. ave. sc. 8r.b.. lat. heat 18.50 511 14th st. sc, 6r.b.. lat. heat, I8.0O 901 4th st. re., 9r corner- 16.50 503 15th st. sc. 6r.b lat. heat I0.0O 419 G st. sc. 6r.b., frame 16.50 314 C st. sc, 6r frame 15.50 417 12th st. sc. 6r 15.W 48 L st. nw., Gr 14.o0 147'. D st. sc. Or. 1"52 1006 4th st. sc. 6r.. frame 13.C0 1235 K st. se., 6r U.&JJ 511 Va. ave. ae., 5r cellar 11.00 436 16th st. sc. or., frame 9.50 1217 3d st. sc. 5r 9.0 For complete lists of houses, apartments, flat's, stores, stables, garages and shops, phone or call. John F. Donohoe & Sons, Inc., 314 Pennsylvania Avenue S. E. UNFURNISHED HOUSES. 1410 Belmont, Sr.b 25.50 3416 Mt. Pleasant 121-J 10th. lOr. b... 35.50 1404 Belmont. Sr.b 35 50 607 2d st. nw.. lOr. b 33.00 425 Qulncy (Pet worth), h.w.h... 32.50 18 Eve nw, Sr. b.. latrobe ht... 30 50 at.. 6r. b 30.50 605 Columbia rd.. 6r. b 22.50 627 Upshur nw.. 6r. b 23.60 1421 D nc. 6r. b... 21.50 FOR COLORED TENANTS. 762 Harvard. 6r.b 22.50 132T.& O st. al.. lr 10.00 28 Patterson. 6r. 13.00,1327 O st. alley.4r. 30 00 1224 36th st.. 4r... 10.00 424 Elm at.. r.b.. 21.50 1111 Half st. nw.. 7.5o' APARTMENTS. 1706 S st. nw.. 6r. b $33.00 DERBYSHIRE. 1761 Columbia road. No. 6, 6 rooms and bath 2.50 FLATS WITHOUT HEAT. X01 O st. nw.. 2nd floor. 3r. and b $1S.50 1425 E st. ne.. 1st floor, 5r. and b 12.50 1373 Lat. 4r. and b 10.00 1375 L st. ae.. 4r. and b 9.00 1227 Wisconsin avc. 3rd floor. 3r 8.00 WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Bouthern Bldg-. 807 15th at. N. W. FOR RENT 1403 R, I. ave.. Sr. and b.. hw. heatins.. $43.50 938 R. I. ave.. 9r. and b.: hw. heatlnf?.. 25.50 10OS 6th st. nw.. 8r. and b 28.50 45S P st. nw.. Dr. and b 25.50 2S33 12th st. no.. 7r. and b.; furnace.... 22.50 725 Uth at. nc. 6r. and b 21.50 23 8th at, nc. 5r. and b 20.50 1603 C st. ae.. 6r. and b.: furnace 17.50 711 R. I. avc. 6 rooms and water 15.60 1648 Montello ave.. 6r. and b 11.50 FOR COLORED. 512 T st. nw.. 6r. and b $23.50 417 P st. nw.. 6 r. and water 1M0 714 13th st. nc. 4 r. and b. (flat) M.00 308 15th st. se.. or. and b 15.00 110S D st. sc. 6r. and water 15.00 1247 25th st. nw.. Er. and water 12.50 CLIFFORD A. BORDEN CO., PHONE M. 2242. 604 Eth ST. N. W. RANDOLPH N. W Ideal modern 6r.b; first-class condition: $30.50: a bargain: In spect. CAYWOOD & GARRETT, 1231 N. Y. avc N. W. 761 KY AVE. S. E., 6 rooms and bath, $12.50. ALEX. 3. CLARKE. Jr.. 635 F ST. 1 GET MY BIG RENT LIST. HARRY E. GLADMAN, 308 Pa. avc S. E. 3101 14th ST. N. W. 10 rooms and bath; steam heat; cellar; hot and cold water; coal and gas ranges, and toilet in yard; $60 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bids. FOR RENT B710 Georgia ave., 6 rms. and b...Reduced 1308 t st. nw 15.00 4C15 8th bL nw., 8 rooms, bath 22.50 34 P st, nw., 7r. b 35.50 COLORED. CO Mo. ave. nw., 15r. 2b. ....$35.00 359-361 McLlean ave. sw., 5 rms. w.. 13.50 LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bids:. $30.50. Six rooms and bath house Hot-water heat, electricity. Large front porch. 3325 Uth St. N. W. FRANCIS A. BLUNDON. 707 G Street N. W. IN A GOOD LOCATION FOR ROOM RENTING, Between N and O sts.. on 12th: 9 large rooms and bath, only $37.50 per ino. THE K. H. SMITH COMPANY. 140S NEW YORK AVENUE. 645-47 Sth ST. N. E. l-room brick; gas and water; newly papered and painted; large yard " 42 DEFREES ST. N. W. " 6 rooms and bath.. $17.50. EDWARD P. SCHWARTZ. INC.. 734 15th St. N. W. 432 I N. W. Rent. $16.50. G. W. WEBER, 1335 F. FOR SALE HOUSES PRICE REDUCED TO $3,750. Near 6th and Mass. Ave. N. E. ONLY $100 CASH. Balance easy monthly payments. 7 rooms and bath brick. Desirable home. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Bide: , S07 13th st. N. W. DON'T RENT BUY MONTHLY $21.30 MONTHLY. Seven Sold Before Finished. Two-story attractive six-room and bath houses. Large front porches, terraced front lawns and back yaids. . Only $2,250 Terms, 421.50 per month, In cluding all Interest, is your monthly payment. East Capi tol Btreet curt) to 14th street N. E., then one and one-half blocks north. SAMPLE HOUSE COKNER N. CAROLINA AVE. AND 14s-.. ST. N E. OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY. A. 0. HOUGHTON & CO., 635 F STREET N. W. 1 $1,550 Will buy a good o-room brick house on car m, IN GEORGETOWN. In perfect order Lot 1314x120. Terms easy. JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD. 72.: 20th st N. W I HAVE A BIG DEMAND TOR NEW HOUSES TO RENT HARRY E GLADMAN. .!CB P.i. Axe. S. E. 1 OLD-FASHIONED HOUSE. S rooms, a. m. i.. fireplaces. $3,250 cash If sold In ten days. Good neighborhood. OWNER, 923 19th nw. DEATHS BARKER On Friday. October 30, 1914. at Georgetown University Hospital, FAJMNIE WILSON BA-RKER. Notice of funeral, later. DEVLIN On Friday. October 30.. 1914. at 4 o'clock p. m.. at her residence 404 Sixth street northwest, EMILtE DEVLIN, wife of Edward, Devlin. Funeral Monday, November 2. at 1:30 o'clock p. m. Friend Invited. Interment private. 1 IN MEM0RIAM (Notices for this column are accepted at 50 cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case notice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents for ach line In excess of ten.) . Vital Records. Births. Douglas W. and Bessie L. Winters, boy. William H. and S. Mabel Shea. girl. Benjamin and Ester Schclbtaan, girl. Frank "and Antonla Mastermarlno, girl. Walter E. and Eva M. Howard, boy. Harry and ilarlc V. Farrellr .girl. William and Catherine Dolan, girl. John J. and Barbara Donohue, boy. Charles G. and Alma M. Dixon, girl. Grover C. and Carrie L. Daniels, boy. Charles D. and Inr.a. E. Drayton, boy. Arthur J. and Marguerite W. Bugden. girl. James A. and Entitle E. Boorman, boy. Thoma3 J. and Ilcllen C. Gibbons, girl. William and Hattie Shanklln, girl. Francis E. and Lucy Matthews, boy. John E. and Sarah Incaster, girl. Raymond and Marie Hughes, girl. Chester and Gertrude Frazier, boy. Marriage Licenses. John C. Sisson and Julia L. Redding, of Washington. William G. Lelthauser and Bessie I. White, of Washington. Andrew W. Sampsell and Elizabeth A. Rev- crcomb, of AVashlngton. Deaths. Joseph Maas, 84 years. United States Sol diers' Homo Hospital. Laura V. Hill, 73 years, 431 Fourth street northeast. Jesse H. Appier, 79 years, 123 Twelfth street northeast. John J. Harrington, 43 years, 2026 Wiscon sin avenue. Carey W. McHugh, 43 years, 2S01 Eleventh street northwest. Mary E. McBrlde. 1 years, 123A Fifteenth street northeast. James Jefferson. 70 years, H and Third streets northeast. Sister Mary Mercedes, 33 years. Providence Hospital. Sarah Phillips. 71 years. 1813 Seventh street nortnwest. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS. of every description moderate- prices. GUDE. 1214 F STREET. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER & LIVERY. 332 Pa. ave. N W. Telephone M. 13S5 WASHINGTON. D C. FOR SALE HOUSES l-I"I"H-M-M"I'iH"M"K"I"I"I" HANDSOME HOME ON HEIGHTS. Attractive and well built. Two story brick, six rooms, reception hall and tiled bath. Concrete cellar, hot water heat, all large, bright rooms. SPLENDID RESHJENTIAL SEC TION. Near two car lines. Good lot. Alley. Reduced From $4,750 to $3,750. TERMS TO SUIT. i t i I GREAT BARGAIN N. E. Two-story brick: eight rooms: two baths: flno condition: fine location: rented at $40.50: price only $4,0CO. I X i GARDINER & DENT, Inc., 812 Hth St. N. W. V "H"X-K-:K"!"1-M-H"W":"!-I"? G STREET S. W. BETWEEN 9th AND 10th. Two good brick houses. 6 rooms and bath and gas: lots 125 ft. deep to 25-ft. alley. Cost $6,600. WILL SELL FOR $5,000. A. S. CAYWOOD, 915 NEW YORK AVE. N. W. MAIN 710. COLORED HOME SEEKERS. For sale, good home near 15th and Q sts.; 10-room semi-detached bay-window brick; terms, only $100 cash, $40 per month. C. M. FORREST. 612 F ST. N. W. 1 BROOKLAND, D. C. A Detached Residence, $3,750, 6 rooms and bath. Hot-water heat. Electric lights. I I I t t i X x PETWORTH. A New Semi-detached Brick i 6 ROOMS AND BATH. Electric lights. Hot-water heat. Hardwood throughout. Price, $4,250. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Building S07 15th st. N. W. 4- 1 x I H-: :: : mi h i i-i-i- m-i-i-i-h-:- For Colored Buyers $4,750 Small cash payment, easy terms. No commlssiona. Brown stone and pressed brick resi dence; 9 rooms and bath. Florida Ave., bet. Sth and 7th N. W. Also Brown stone and pressed brick resi dence, C st. S. E., bet. 1st and 2d. 10 rooms, bath, 2-story brick garage. Cost ?7,500. Will sacrifice for $5,500 Box 343, this office. FOR SALE Modern 6 sad 5-roocn homes, on exception ally easy terms. PRICES. $2,150 AND $1,950. (21.50 and $13.50 per month. Includes all to terest and payments on principal. Corner Uth and C sts. S. E. Opea and lighted dallv until 9 p.m. Representative on Premises. ONLY $50 CASH. GEORGETOWN BARGAINS AT $3,475. Convenient to cars: 6 rooms; hot-water heat: tiled bath: hardwood trim: steel beam construction: front entrance to cellar: sleeping porch. Easy terms. THRIFT BLDG. CO., 70S Union Trust JdldE. Special! Notices PAINTS.' LAWRENCE INTERIOR CEMENT PAINT Is expressly adapted for use on Cement and Concrete Floors. 'Walls and CeillnK. It will not crack or chip and fs prepared to prevent the usual disintegrating actjon of cement on other paints. "IF IT'S GOOD PAINT. WE HAVE IT." W. F. ANDREWS, 1804 14th Street N. "W. PHONE NORTHf 430. HAIR AND FELT - MATTRESSES Remade and Re-Covercd ' "TC Equal to New IOC W0 Called for and delivered the same day. THE EAGLE BEDDING CO., 1309 7th at. Ph. N, 5210. YOUR HALLOWE'EN WILL NOT BE COMPLETE WITHOUT FINN'S NEW YORK STATE SWEET APPLE CIDER Phone Line 1334 for a flve-rallon kec Standard Bottllng-Works. 7th & G sts. N. -B. Courteous Servlco. Prompt Deliveries. CLEAN C O At-L THOMAS R. CLARK, Srd & K N. W. ph. At. M- FANCY FRUITS. ISIPORTED TABLE LUXURIES. . HOT-HOUSE PRODUCTS. A. P. LEVERONE. 2006 Fla. ave. N. 3MJ. 6-lPXECE PARLOR SUITES upholstered In tapestry. $3 up: free delivery; satisfaction; the pieces are "built" by craftsmen of un usual skill. ACME UPHOL. CO., 10OT 7th N. W.; M. 6237. TINNING, heatlne. and (tenerali repairing bv first-class mechanic. BOX 336. Times office. GEO. H. BOYDT.mnln tinc Metallic lra85ft sg'ff'&'i ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. alarms, door bells, iras lighters, etc.: reason-NIC-hrM- ANDREWS &. CO.. MRil N W.. 2nd floor. THE RATIONALE OF DIVORCE-Pamphlet free on application. J. C. DE PUTRON. Attorney. 4S6 La. ave.. Washington. D, C. P2SKI4L0JF;IANTR AND AUDITOR?: BUSINESS SYSTEMATIZING A SPECIAL TY. THE MACHEN AUDITING CO.. 434 435 Southern Bldg. Ph. M. 8o. 1 SHADES' V0! PREINKERT for gu. Perior Workmanship and Qual ity. Will call with samples. Opaque shades. Cc: best quality BOc. 1208 H st. N. E. L. 41H FLOWERS For All Occasions SHAFFER, Hew Location, 900 Hth Street KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. "Everything for tha Kitchen" Eatab. 1852. ' Ph. M. Sit Doparquet. Hout 4 Monetise Co. Ranges, Refrigerators, Cooklnf TJtensiis. H. A. Trefeth'en, Mgr., 1230 H SL CARPETS THOROUGHLY- AND CARS. fully. cleaned: rugs woven from old carpets:. mattresses renovated. Estimates furnished. ALBERT KAHLERT & CO.. 353 B st. v. M. 3036. - ' MATTRESSES AND BOX. SPRINGS ii IIP Renovated.-Remade. Re-Co vered. u CAPITOL BEDDING CO- 1241 7th st. Ph. N. 528. - PUBLIC NOTICES OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR, OF TAXES. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Washington. October 31, 1314. Taxpayers of the District of Columbia will take notice that the under signed har received: the' statement of the assessment of realty taxes for the District of Columbia for the year ending June 3L 13E, and will be ready to" receive payment of taxes at this office on and after Novem ber -1. 1914. The Act of Congress approved -February 14, 1902, provides: "That on and after the 1st day o November of each year the tax may be paid In two equal install ments, the first in November and the second In May. but no penalty shall accrue .for . delinquency until the following June, as hereafter provided; or If the whole or anj part of said tax upon real or personal prop erty shall not be paid before the first day of June In each year the same shall there after be In arrears and delinquent, and there shall then be added to be "collected, with said tax. a penalty of one per centum per month upon the amount thereof, and a Hire penalty on the first day of each succeeding month until payment of said tax and pen alty, and the whole shall constitute the de linquent tax. to be dealt with in the manner now provided by law." Attest: BEN L. PRINCE. Collector of Taxes, D. C. S " " " Mill IIIIM SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. FOR SALE An attractive 8-room house at Herndon. Virginia, with all modern Im provements: lot one acre: price reasonable: terms to suit purchaser. Apply to Owner. E. H. J.. Main 430. NEARLY new 7-room penble-dash house: hot-water heat; lot 50x200; J2.500: easy terms. OWNER. Box 194. Times office. PLEASANT VIEW HEIGHTS A suburb of delightful homes for colored folks. Houses and lots on car line In D. C. Every advaa- tage. Terms like rent. TEPPER. 504 E st. HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on $100 cash and $15 month, at CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop postal, telephone, or call on WM. H. RITCHIE. 317 Colorado bldg. Tel. M. 523L 1 COLORED PEOPLE See the extra large lots we are selling one sq. from the Balto. trol ley for $S0; $2.50 monthly without -merest: high and healthy; store, school and thurch. Call, write or phone for details. MILLER CO.. 12th & Pa. ave.. Opp. Raleigh. For Rent GET MY BIG RENT LIST. HARRY E. GLADMAN. 306 Pa. ave. S. E. 1 FOR "RENT Nicely furnished 10-room and bath house: will rent furnished or unfur nished: hot-water heat: electric lights: also gas: spacious grounds; large shade treesi every city convenience; very convenient to two car lines: 3 miles from Washington. Phone Main 3913. Applv 73o 12th t. N. W. I HAVE A BIG DEMAND FOR NEW HOUSES TO RENT HARRY E. GLADMAN. 306 Pa. Av. S. E. 1 BUSINESS PROPERTY For S1I4 FOR SALE Corner In downtown business section, transfer corner. ! car lines passing and transferring at this corner. Rented S4.S19 per year with an increase of about $540 per vear within 5 months. Now yielding ic net on prlco at which sme can be sold with Increase of over 1 within 6 months. This property will undoubtedly Increase In value eery year. Fbr further particulars address T. W. STUBBLEFTELD. Sole Agent, Room 210 Colorado Building. Phone Main 42&?. Waste. WILL PAY CASH for a desirable corner not over -$5,000; suitable for grocery corner: in residential section. M. L.. BOX 324. Times office. WANTED REAL ESTATE GET MY BIG RENT LIST. HARRY E. GLADMAN. 308 Pa. ave. S. E. 1 I HAVE A BIG DEMAND FOR NEW HOUSES TO RENT HARRY E. GLADMAN. 308 Pa. Ave. S. E. 1 FOR SALE FARMS 11 ACRES, 7-room house, bam. and 2 long poultry houses, overlooking river and on electric car line. 12 miles out In Va.: worth $5,500: will sacrifice for $4,150; land without buildings worth this. BOX SIS, Times, office. OWNER has authorized us to offer 103 acres Fairfax Co.. Va.. 2H miles ne. of Herndoiu good six-room house: necessary outbuildings: watered by springs and brooks: reduced for quick sale from $4,700 to $3,600: act uulck. Many others, largo and small. Call or write. McLACHLEN BANKING CORPOR ATION. 10th and G u. N. Vf. I- -w- V-v- ..