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yeeg D it pr1ate e L 0 14 ns TABLE BOARD V St. N. W 13,2 Apart. 4 -4Can eeom wmore t4b0e boarders, rnav RKU . 1116II-Disnerm; go"d some breahtaet it desired; very ts . -rst-c table boar, ;ai; is per week. ., , l -1t nome eoas. 4320. - 8 el ,.. 60 sa ) n N. W., 1841-acoOllet meals; eau propery o.1hed attractively pee prieed. lerth 3323. *k0411 3104"au " now open, on Rockvllle adgarge grounds, tennis; electriolty; baths. 3f Lef Rochville, Md. KEN APARTNENTS FOR RENT room, hitchen &.nd bath. For ap " w phe2 e Col. 1118-J. . RACEELOR APT.-Nicely furnish. 4d a. a, i.; must be seen to be a S d. 2511 Pa. ave. N. WV. ISUBD APT., parlor. 2 bedrooms, 1. ate.; 4126. Stoneleigh Court. 604. win&# to share apartment with two others; vietrols ad piano. Call N. 1416. after b; I P. near 14th; prIce reasonabie. a ONTARIO RD. N. W., 210-Furnished apt. of three outside rooms; private bath and h4ibea. Phene Adams 43. 3TATT PLACE N. W.. 2331. Near 14th and Park rd.-Nicely furnished 2nd Soor apatment, 3 roemes, kitchen and bath. $66 meath. CALIFORNIA 6T. N. W., 1661-Two bed H Ing 1Z ro m itoe add bath. OOM and bath: completely fur , uiutng silver, linen. dishes. piano. e s~fi sea, unlimited telephone; all fir i dren taken; immediate posses ke. rest month or year. Apply 710 14th N.W. 3. NI MAMhHIRE AVE. N. W.. 929-1 large looM and kitchenette, maid service. aee of ga and telephone; limen supplied and lauMdered; reasonable. U UT. i. W.. 1506-Three-room apart., netly furitshed. bath, gas, electricity; eliited phone service. North T619. Ith 8T. N. W., 934-2-room apt. furnished: ap 300 ng2o le rooms, electricity; h.-w. h. resSemble. Pheme. 5th WT."N. W., 1014-Rachelor apartment, tealshed, parlor, bedroom and bath. first . Also single and-ouble rooms. Main S2e ST. N. W., 301-Furnished apart. for two; eenenient to depts.; reasonable. * Urnt ershed 34 UT. N. 3., 1111-4 rooms, bath And eiestrielty; porchew; modern home; va east April 16: 30 month. Phone N. 7431. SA'~MEONT ST. N. W., Iis0-Three rooms and bath. gas electricity and phone; btasekeepiag; adultsa $66; call after 3 p. m. Adanms 176. -OUS FOR RUNT C0XE0XRfD-By your own home; $1 starts peg. EDW. . McNEELY. Bradford & Ce., 13t$ U at. N. W. FMR RUNT-Ten-room furnished house; high Ideati. beautifu mountain scenery; good 0%a, water, fuit; filled Ice house; planted IWde.; Gre weed. aItuated three and a half ai.ss br The Pale.: one-fowrth mile from amesdam read to 'Middleburg. Price, fifty dellars aiamonth. payable monthly in ad. van"e. References required . Address MRS. ELTZA R. MARSHAL. The Plains. Va. F ST. N. W.. 63-Furaased tenement. Phone Main 7311. Ith ST. N. W.. 1303-Nine rooms and bath; no childrea; 1136 a month; centrally Io eted. Iruiahed or Unfrialabed IODERN HOUSE or apartment, furnished or unfurnished. 6 rooms or more. Phone A 106, Apart. 44. * traturulshed *UILD TOUR LOVE NEST. Me Interest, so taxes; very easy term. tWRENCE MfEANS KAT. 617 Bond bldg. FOR RENT-10-room. 4-bathi residene; garage, stable and superintendent's home; 34 soree; due shade; on Lincoln boulevard is Md; saltable for residence. manitarium, autobsobile hotel. school convalescent home. etc.. PULTON A. dORDON, Colo rede bldg. Main 631. HOUSES WANTED WANTED-$ OR T ROOM HOUSE. unfur alshed: suburb preferred; state price. BOX A- 6. Times office. BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE' TEIS OLDEST Auto Radiator and Lamp Shop In town for sale. A good paying a besinss. ise TOM MOORE 306 John Marsahal p2. N. W. Main 164L. ROUSES FOR SALE :4 5W0-AT LINCOL.N PARK; 5-ruom souse: modern heated; entire property mi excellent condition. Siee thI, house at *-tee if you want a perfect home. 6,100-OndKennedy Bros. strier ly mud ehernie:; nothing better constructed to lb. N. E.; hot-water heat; electrIc li,'ht, ga: hardwood floor.; S cement porch-.; built-ia icebox; cold storage room; large attic: convenient to street cars, schools and churchee. 39,0-One of the .beat, etrictly modern homes in the N. E.; hot-water heat; et,. ceetric lil-hte; the entire property in para fest ondition; 3 large porches; new do. io brick garage. This property is a bar g~tin for you if you have all cash. *7,600--Ettht-roomn house: corner prn erty; excellent location in the N. E.; hect water heat; gas and electric lights. Entire 1.pprtin perfect condition. W.00 Sz-room house; good N. E. boas tM1hot-water heat. ,0.00-.ix-room house N. E.: hot-water ~s~located on a businese street. ~55oImmediate posseeon; 6-room de a he usrne on a beautIful large lot: mod .sreg ted: large rooms. This is a very beae and the price Is reaeenable. TS.W-me of the finest and beet de ta hehmee in Woodridge; S rooms: not Wer heat; gas and electric lights; do ,eed anida large lot: property Ia vi payment, balance same s rent, 565 per *;rio0e-in Georgetown; 6-room house: Penial poeches; hot-water heat ; lars'e lot. 159 feet deep. 31,80Motai houae In National City gelghtagrubdivision and 2 Iar pe lots: f4CO ticel, balance same as rent. $2 per meth. I have huadrede of homes for sale: pricee fromh 51.300 up to 815.000. I have maa homes in the N. E. and N. W ; 6 ad T, ad and 10 and 11 rooms. J. -D. GARMAN, Diatuict National Bank Bid,. IE aMOlT beautiful corner. houns. :n IC. 3. on Cap. HIll; 6 rooms. bath, h. w. h., elect.: $1,000 cash. The prIce is $1.000 he low the market. You wont look at any .t,re nornsee.if yeu see this one. Act at APT. HOUSE N. W. section-18 four end bye room apartmeita; 332,000; worth 543, fOO. Act at once. 36,350-4650 caeh; 6 rooms. bath: .el. style; furnaoe; sta, tube in cellar. TWO FAMILY apt. N. E. section; 3 rooms and bath each. Prico and terms 36306rooms: h, w. h.; Col. etyje; c100 ash. -HOME REALTY CO:, 402 5th tit. N. li. f.mn,. .1111 * S roams and two bathe, buiit-in garage, eve ry modern convenience; lot 65 ft. front na. wIll eell at a big reduction. Ii. I.. AI iRS, owner. 3410 Ontarle rd. N. W. vclrnmbla 301S-. SMid-We S essted in a good N W. 0em est comloted. oea tals T ren til ath (4 ). cosoete nee i~tmsu ee front, oW4ter9 htw, . Iet ota; wareSI. we have be.en e Wrenab in r 11ese houses 95 per oat thas the moetby paymolents, wk all latersAt. Tes inspect Mn 300. hetr O p. PL.,W er ol.-J. after 616. BAUMAN A HEI&NAN Main 360. * T24 16th Dt. . W. GOOD 10-room noes,. near E. CAP a tb at.; two baths. vapt best. Is canditoa. Pries, to00.1 Good 6- os. Mas. ave. stear Stante Par N. 3.; i good fondition; yard, VACANT, bs, 56,960. Good W. B. SHARP, 1000 Davidson bhiga, 9"1 15th at. N W. 41'Ma1. 6713 REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES. $3,750. FOR COLORED. Two-story and cellar brick dwelling, near 19th and R eta, N. W. Six rooms and bath. small ces pyment. . AlN ORNNY & UULLIVAN. NORTHWST. lit at. N. W., near Q at. Desirable brick dw - I g. rooms and bath. Posses. slBwith deed. MAHORNET & SULLIVAN. $7,500. e ECKINGTON. Near 3rd and H sts. N. 3. Colonial front porch, brick dwelling. Six rooms, recep tion hall and bath. Large cellar. Electric lights. Furnace heat. House in splendid c,,ndition. MARORNICY & SULLIVAN. $1,500. BROOKLAND, D. C. Detached home near 113th and Monroe @ta. N. E. Lot 60 feet wide. Seven rooms end bath. Hot-water heat. Cellar and attIc. Term.. MAHORNEY & SULLIVAN, 1527 Eye at. N. W. Tel. Main 7821. "See Mahorney & Sullivan ' They Know Washington." dOOD six-room house. near Lincoln Park N. A.; hot-water heat; three car lInes; VACANT. Price. $6.000. Phone Line. _7J1-3. -BUY NOW $250 to $1,000 Cash $3.360-NEAR 34th AND 0 N.W.-Three story brick; 9 rooms; $260 cash. balance $30 per month. 53,10-sth ST. NEAR P N.W.-Two-story brick; 6 rooms; bath. latrobe heat; $3.960- 8 . FAlN NV YARL) T"o story brick; 9 rooms, bath. latrobe . eat; house in excellent condition; s00 cash. 53.460-I ST. NEAR 10th .W.-White neighborhood; 2-story brick; 6 rooms, bath; latrobe; good condi tion; 5500 cash. $3.604-MORTON ST. N.W. NEAR l'URK RD.-2-atory brick; 6 rooms, bath. latrobe; house in Bn condition; lot 160 feet to alley; $600 cash; bal anee like rent. $4.9601--NEAR 1st AND R. 1. A%*X. N.W. Bloomingdale--story briek; 6 rooms; furnace beat; vacant; new ly decorated; 5500 cash. 4,760-6th ST. NEAR M N.W.-.t-story brick; 9 rooms, bath, latrobe h.-at; brick garage. 3 cars. 30-foot alley. 5100 cash. WM. B. KRAFT, Real Estate Insurance, 136 N. Y. Ave. Main 893. MT. PLEASANT Modern 9-room and bath brick dwelling. ge-rage: will sacrifice to quick buyer; oc cupied by owner. 2470 Ontario rd. N. W. Sacrifice Price-Vacant. Chevy Chase, Md. New detached dwelling. containing T rooms (4 bedroome); tile batki vapor heat. electricity; large lot, with room for garage; within 3 blacks of Conn. ave and I block from Bradley lame. Price only 811.600. Will make terms, CLARENCE F. WELCH, 717 14th st. N. W. Main 4289. $4,760. Centrally located N. E.; 6 large rooms and bath; in good condition; h.-w. h.; possession May lot. $1.000 cash and 545 Per month. HOWENSTEIN BROS., 7th and H sta. N. E. Lincoln $97. BARGAIN-MT. RAINIER, MD. Seen rooms,*redeption hall. pantry. hot wat heat, bath, electric, gas, cellar, front and rear porches; two Iota; new garage; fruit trees grpe 1 block of trolley ate tion in one-fare sone: strictly white neIgh berhood; on good road to city. Price for quick sale. $6.700; cash $2,060, balance 510 per month. E. H. SHINN, 3611 34th St., Mt. Rainier, Md. Phone Hyattsville 166-J. WE WILL FINANCE YOU In Your Building Operations. DIST. REALTY INVEST. EXCE., Inc. Main 3236. 9322 New York ave. N. 1W. B F. HOLMES. 1661 R. I. ave. N. I. Phone North 5812. 1e1 me for boses and Iota in Broehland and Woodridge. ON CONDUIT ROAD. $3,000. Brick and frame house, 7 rooms and bath; large lot~ terms. NEAA DOWNTOWN. $4,350--.Cash $500.. BrIck; 6 rooms, bath, latrobe; rear alley; on qaefrom 7th it. car. NEW JERSEY AVE., NEAR H ST. $6,500. Convenient to Government Printing Of Ace and St. Aloysiun Church. Bricia, S rooms, bath, hot-water heat; could be used by3familles; out-of-town owner will om NEAR 14TH AND MD. AVE. N. E. Price, $4,850-$750 Cash. 2-itory preos-brick. 6 rooms, bath, cellar, furnace heat; deep lot; roomn for garage. DAVID E. BARRY, 1507 H st. N. W. Main 1801. TAKOMA PAR1C. MD-New 6-room semi bungalewa detached, modern eaen. lences; godlot; built-in garae, Puiee ery low;? easy terms. Can ho see asy NATIONAL REALTY CO. Wnd bldg. Main Ti@,. A bright and airy 6-room home, being very attractively papered with finest grade paper and workmanship. Property in Itrat clksu order. Plenty of room for double ga rage if desired. This house is now vacant and purchaser could move In at once if de sired. Priced for quick sale at 54.960. 0766 cash. Phone our salesmen to show you thig deSirable property. JOHN QUINN COMPANY. Inc.. Main 431. 704 13th st. N. W. $8,675. EASY TERMS. VACANT. SOUTHEAST. CLOSE TO CAR LINE. THIS 15 A VERY ATTRACTIVW 6-ROOM AtND BATH BRICKHNOME WITH LARGE PRONT AND BACKC YARDS. TiS ROUSE HA5 JUST B3DN PAPERED AND PAINTED THROUGHOUT AND IS AN EXCELLENT CONDITION. J. DALLAS GRADY, 202 MARYLAND BLDG. MAIN 73'$ 1410 H ST. N. W. BRIGHTWOOD. 5400 block Illinois ave-even rooms and bath; hot-water heat, efectricity and gaa; stationary tuba; owner must sell; imme diate possessibn; cash and terms. Price, 57.500. SUBURBAN-N. E. Hillbrooke. Eigitt-rnom and hath frame: bright and cosy; hot-water heat, electric light. elec tric range; large basement; lot 60:106 fmore ground available); fruit trees and grapes. Price only $7.600, each 52.00. bal ance $50 per month; immediate possesalon. CHA RLES A. A PPLEBY, REAl. E8'IATE. ItANS AND INSURANCE 1413-1415 Gl at. NiW Real Estate Bargains Tod 07US3 FOR SALS "1US "tR SAID NEW OFFERINGS OF MODERATELY PRICED, ATTRACTIVE. MODERN HOMEN. ON COLUMBIA MMIGH . IN BRIGT OOD. West of 14th St. Pries, T... Pri, 110.6. A s~~antial residene, situated en I Teems and bath; semi-detaobed: 4 room% beet wreta. Ostaining 13 bedrooes lt 33si&6 feet; /ew and ,3 11A. water beet. elec- ready for eePancy. '. tric lights, perees.. instantaneus d heater. Possesioa. Reasonable terms. NW P$K RD, AND NXW KAMP ON WXBBTER ST.. IMR AVE. West of 14th. Price. P13,006. Frie, St, 0. I rooms, bath. hot-water heat. Cel0a4 brick, 6 rooms and bath, electric lighis, double garage. two pero5e; owner eccupant will give pe porches. Owner occupant. sessio. PETWTtTH HOUSE. Price, be. Prie $s,600. Exceptionally well located. 7 rooms. bath, hot-water beat, electric lights; tor raoe; bo.fn hs To room for garage. g 18TH AND&1ARk ROAD. ANOTHUR IN BLOOMINODALE. ie. 7Pr7e,. 8.. . Semi-detaebed brick; I rooms at bath en two Boors: Ideal bath: hot-water heat. electric lght a In exoelleet condition, ies PACING SOLDIERS' HOME PARK. Price, $7,760. RUNGAWOW ON IL L AV& Prrice, 117,76". Nearly new, sem-detached brick; & rooms and bath, hot-water heat, ec. 4 teems and bath, bet-water beat. trie light.:'owner leaving city, will eleetric lights. Ubrdweed Seer. ash give possession. triml, large porches; let 05:1W". ALLAN N. WALKER & LO. INC.. 813 , ,th St. N. W. ace 4;6. On Rhode Island Ave N. 4_ 8sth Near Maryland Ave. The very best section of Woodridge, a iA otrybrick of Sials om. and ball. Ingood condition, bungalow of seven rooms and tiied bath. PRIC w o7 de It has hardwood floors, colonial froe: h1.e0t CAhp. porch, enclosed sleeping porch, open fire PIS". electricity, stationary weabti ePic, built-In Ire boa and dishwasher. In per- Geogto NrgetenHg tcoi fect condition. Lot lixC with space for a real home sf six rooms and beth; hot garage and side driveway, air heat: electricity. statonary wash t is g. porches one enclosed for ales Is. O ICn, 8Ae N. for gar1ge. TERMS AT $4,5ee. Bradley Lane. A home of six rooms and bath which has hot water heat and electricity. Lacr Bloomingdale. pcrchce. Lot e22g. Chicken houses. One of the best corners In Bpooeingdae, Garden planted. arage for several cars, suitable for business or residence; 8.900 Awnings, screens s"d hades. less than real vcalue; six rooms and lsetlt; PiIC. o.n0x . furnace heat: space for garage on ally. a1.0g Cash. Immediate podvesson and tar. We have clients ready to buy 6, 7 and 8 room brick houes in northat and southeast. For a quick sale list your houses with us. WILDMAN & CO., Franklin 6406. 9thand H sts.N. W. STONE & FAIRFAX, REALTORS 1142 N. Y Ave. Cain 2332 I- rice 14.260-NEAR 18TH ANT) MARY- Price. $4.260-WEAII UNION PTATION LAND) AVE. N. N. C~osy homne of ANDi CITY POiTOFFIt'SI Two six rooms end modern bath; splen- stories, eight rooms and bath: Food did heating plant. ONLY S;00 heating ent; possession. ONLY CApH belance like rent. ere e CA o r. tPrice, 54.000--ONE HQUARE FROM STAN Prier, 85.250-B-RIOIITWOOI) NlCTION. TON rARK. Subetantial brick of A desirable home, having six ruorie two stories, six rooms and bath. and tiled bath. hOt-water hoet. con- This i a resl good proposition fo ve-n;,cnt to stores- two car lines; sfor one looking for a desirable schools, etc. Withiin about :s min- m-w-priced hotne In a convenient lo utes of Treasury rept. ONLY 8 e00 cation. Very attractive tern s ar CArH an nfrat payment. ranged. Price. $6,306O-NORTIIEAST. Btick dwell- lrice. $3,600--C1,089 TO NAVY YARD. ing of six room and modern bath A well-built seven-room and bath good hot-air heatin lat; In good dweiling; 1.0 cash and 83r.7o per condition. ONLY Ilpec CASH .. In- month, including all Interest and itini paynent. Passson shorti. principal. "ASK THIS PEOPLE0 WWO KNOW VS." REAL egaVICaI WITH REMtJLI5 FOR 30 YEARS. STONE & FAIRFAX 1342 N. Y. Ave. Main 2332 MKA .V.R & h fS 140 Eye Strlee Marm 47nC. CHEVY CHASE. PET.ORTH. Attractive hod with souher ex- A new corner brick home with cement po.ure of cream stucco, with garage to front porch: one of the mnet attractive matc house; completely detached on homes In thi section double rear large lan; house Is of twe stories, attic porches: containes seven rooms (few bad. and cellar: contains eight roms and two rooms, pantry and oder barop sletainf bathe; lao living roo:; sleeping porch; Porch; man electric light., hardwooa all improvements, hot-water heat. @Cc- floors: hot-wat r heat; garage on tnoot trio lights Treat and doubie rear porchee; aliey. Price, $1.2.010; $S.5S cash payment n fireplace: garage. Priced low at required. McCEUXVER a 0089. MozUEVffR a 00"8. 1405 EY* at. Main 4762. 1401 Dye sa. Main 4762. PUaT RH NORTHEAST. Brne ection: smi-detached brick; Dandy little home in good section: brick etght rooms aotdr bath with steam heat. construction: on ,deep lot: eglhtt rooms electric lights. hardwood floors and trim: and bath; good heating plant; as lights, cmfortable front porch: space for garage Can be bought with o1.n00 cash on price, on wide alley; immediate possession. 70. Immediate action recommended. argain at a7.a9. McKZEEVR & GOS. 1406 Eye Street. Maa 471. FHV HS.M.JH SNRAT CO pou L o AMNTuc STEE HgS.,aEARC toE spliendidn houme inn of thstre. aetsee- slni oeo om n ah tand o hellr;t otainineght rooms ant o-worbs.Hus ngo cniin bth; leti lightg hardwoodpin pors o fte etrsdnia etoso thrompotegreni ret-atr. Thist oeesc- ptlHl. Imdat ossingvn trroomighandfroutsenIdoubxcerernterchn lihs Arelage;ltt aval garage.i mrdctedpooewlat Mctin. *8,00-a30008aa. DNdyWTtOe STme NEARo secTH bricktflhoei hi ratcai constructRon; onalepot tegtitotta ahoeondmnin A bth;ool menpat hoe.als lightsLreltt ie.Ro o ag Cantbe badooh wosthroug0cahot Lre lot to Aanew corne. Owerclehving city garagt andwil iveimedatposesin.rInt STrh;n.o hE mo7TH Nttrtiv $7,50-Sma CashPaymet. romea an bths. sectic lightse (ewr tenor, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ochs containingeve rooms o(tfLo. o owieal, n fte be d-aue Large lotrtompavedaalleyand bedfoundbInhthelcity 1110h;Coanectectticvenghts, hard BRADFRD CO.,IncfSoorBAho-Atrhatv; larage seon-11foo IMMEIAT poeesson. oretew; tle lvly. Prk: n1200; d.erat sh prentalt 800*. H.W. OMcKEEVWERcaavGOBa. st. N.1W:6phye testam B4763. FOR OMESANDeihtrooms and recthin btell patr, See MAKONEY SLLIVAN-fralre front porch, lae fref garag onci eatyy mmdit possession.a ne jce5 0-cs 37,00 Imedat atio i rcomened ba t ,00prmotor0..cs S4UDEyUSReAet. S LE 0 e mnh inldn interst 4o7th hih leaio: 4blck Ftole M.tJOHNON REAL3Th C. t.Rier . 11n on-arConectice, Avenue.h 80; hneHattvf 16641. A pln Idoin oHN, TAfOA-Nwe bailst ooec-n t86n1 ofth ct. cot.aninie6rom ad. ehbnao,8bok ihcnr sidewalhout;1gtragt.iar rine. ThiP hemevi. Phon0-e asoablle Term. ra l v.8,0;trs h .46w A5o -roomglw ad bathI. otse. E fet.:icOAO lgats Aprice 4.00 tocah, al.2ey; baace Nwfu-ombnao:e n o 361e1r 2Thi hom. Mt. in erlln co ot.nnl-igiteet Ph50-aoneH ale Term. . .S N GLEts hARwood floorstrougout.o Lre 613t tM.Riir hlaeoland.wil Phonmeiae orthss0on. PoeHatatl 6 F m Both Ownen ay, And Aents W111, sal For Y"ef To 4 Se #-re~m 6"aae on 01. t GREATER CAPITOL HEIGiT LOTS UIGH ELEVATION RHALTRY LOCATION 0PLEDtlD HOME SITES OVER ONE UUNDREDV HOuI aIreSed built add ocupied by sa:ih5.d purchasero. Macadamised road all the way to Wa IsiPICT CAR AT GiRT 11T. N. Fe Wi purhase a tract of eve lots na smoret sc p04 at $31 to $0, a lot? No lorest added to the easy terma f $6 do and $2 a month. 0. B. ZANTZINGER. 4410 Haye St. N. -. 6ist ad Wt atA. N. . LAURUL, NJ)D. DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN? 16 acree. In a Sen location: wonderful residence bf 14 repms and S bath*; hot water heat, e; An. lor e stable; chicken Lomse, corn , etc. 16.000. Beautiful res ene of 12 room@ and 2 baths. In towa; 3 acres of Sns land; spia. did outblildings and location. All onmven fences. $12,001. e 13-room houem, large lot; outbuili d 8-roont house and it acres of land. $3,0 Good chicken and track farm-3 acre. of land; small houe and outbuildings: I mile to station. $3.000. CHARLES H. STANLEY, Main ; reet and Washington blvd. Tel. II . 59-M. Laurel. Md. TUXEDO, D. Convenient to R. R. Utation. 2-story frame dwelling, 4 rooms, lot 76a20#; $360 cash. balance $20 per month. Price $1,600. . WIILDMAN. & CO., Franklin 6404. 9th and H st.. a. W. YviL sacritice improved lot, I block from gar limo, In Chevy Chase. IJ. C. Me* OWNER, ale D mt. N. Z. R~0UEMN b-room bungalow; garage. lot 1#0 by 11: (ine square from ears (n Wieconsin ave. ear line. JAMES E. PRICE, Del Ray ave.. Woodmont Md.. call after 6:30 p. m. BROOK LAN >- Beautifel brick bungalow. containing 7 rooms and bath, with all modern improvetnenta: has slate roof, screens to all windows. sleeping porch. breakfast porch. and many other feaptures; large lot with hedge. everdreens end fruit. Located in Michigan Park. % block from car line. Price, ;11.600. 110 Michigan ave. N. E. . F. BAUL CO., 934 N. Y. ave. N. W. DEVERAL nice lots in Rfverdale Height. that can be bought cheap. NOBLE O. TCATEII. S3 6th at. N. N. 0 OWN YOUR OW~ifost BUT IN LTON PARK. TERMS LIKE RENT. 601 .16 14TH ST. N. W. PHONE MAIN 4164. LOTS FOR SALE FOUR building lots in beautiful colmar Manor. Md., one block from cars; eash or terms; reasonable. Address BOX A-76. Times office. PROPERTY WANTED WAW ED-At once, 6 toTrroom house. Capitol Hill section; cellar preferred. reasonable terms denired. Phone Liuc. 37gi-1 J. JOHN F. IPON1OE A MONS, 211 Pennsylvania Ave. 8. E. Let Us Submit Our List of Humes and Investments Before You Purchase. WE WANT MORE HOU14EK FOR SALE. Owners of property desiring to make quick sales should list property with gS at once. WM. P. NORMOYIIE 30 IPst. N. W. REAI, ESTATF 1AIAW MONEY TO WAN-U50 to $600.000 on D. C. real estate. Several trust funds. All transactions conducted with ecoaomioal consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building. 807 16th mt. N. W. CLAIRVOYANTS Licgaged by a. Ditrict of Columbia MADAM ROYAL, SGYPTIAN PALMIST & CLAIRVOYANT. SAe-SPECIAL READINGS-60c Madam Royal will give you' true advice can depend on in business matters,. fmily affairs, love and health. Removes evil influence., gives the name of who you will marry and when; tells what business is luckiest for you; advise@ how to gain and hold a good peeltion; tells how to wig and hold the one of your choice. What to do to be successful in life; one visit to Madam ltoyal will pay you for many dis appolnti ent in others. 9009 TH NT. N.W. 0 UADAM LkUNA-L-est hand tree; reai entire lIfe past. present. future. busines, ev0 affairs: oonsgit. 1139 fth st. N. W. * MADAME D'ASHMAN Clalrvoyaat. Crystal Gener and Card Reader. Your fortune on love. marriage. divorce. change; reantes the separated Fraak. 04. 733 13th St. N. W. (Set. 0 & H). Daily till a p. re.; Sunday. 2-. 60 URE. BELLE 0e Egyptian palmist, gives true advice in business, love. bealth and family affairs; tells who and when you'll marry and how VP. avoid all bad luck and evil influence. Conmfdential readings daily, 10 a. m.-S p. m. 1124 7th at. N. W. between L and U. MADAME FONEDA, Egyptian Palmist and Clairveyant. Are you unbappy? Do you mat to know about business, love, marae divorce. Speculations? Why be end and worried and a failure through lIfe? Ceome and see what anatural horn Egyptian ean tell you. Tells full name of the person you will mrry, day and mouth; break bad luck and evil influence.. (an help and advise you on all affairs of life. 3 7th st. N. W.e CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST. T01 0th st. N. W. (cor. 0th and 0). Guarantee. to read your entire life--past, present and future; give. true advice on betese, ,love, health nd family saar. Spesia readings daily. sec. Main 4011. 0 UiME. FRIEDA. Levie and business, Separ ated brought back. 25 cents. 700 4th n.w. MARTHA SPENCER, ONE OF T2IN WORLD'S MOST DISTIN GUISIIED MENTAL PSYCHIC MEDIUMS -AND LIFE READERS. THIS LADT'S REBPUTATION IS WORLD WIDE, AND HER ADVICE OF TIE MOST RELIABLE KIND; WITHOUT A QUESTION WILL TELL THE object of y~our call, NAMES OF" PRIENDS AND tELATIVES. will advIse you on all busi re.s changes. speoulationa, investments di. verce and how to become reunIted te ius bend, wife er friend. There is no heart auhe or morrow so great Mm.. Spencer can not help you with it, or help you to deeide between the right and wrong course of etion. TO CONSUI/2' MARTNFA SPEN CER MEANS TO SPEND THE MOST IN TERESTING AND POSITIVELY TRlE MOST VALUABLE HALF HO)UR Yf01J HAVE EVER KNOWN; ACCEPTING NO FEE UNLESS PERFECT SATISPACT'oN GIVEN. HOURS, 10-7 P. M. STUDIO, 924 14TH ST. N. W. e PROF. BELMONT Noted Clairvoyant and PalmIst, can road your lIfe by the lines in your palm, which are the record of your life. Being a grad uate of two colleges of palmIstry. and his wonderful sift of aeoed sight enable. him te lift the veil of mystery and reveal to you Important mnattes of your future life. Give. advice on business matters, love. health and family maIrs; tell, name of your future husband or wife; tolls If one you love is true or fal~e; what part of the country is luckleet to you; what to do to be succeasful in life; removes troubles of all nature: bring. the separated-together; tells the secret of having personal influ once with your assocIates. Prof. Belmont Ie a Psychologist of World Renown. Read 1ng., 3. 1310 New York ave. N. W., seat doer to Masoblo Temple. B Gifted EgyptIan clairvoyant and palmIst, guarantees to read your entire life, pant, presnt ad fture Sh ask noquestions, but will tl whteo ant toknow, giving name,, date. and factison busi nes matters, love, health and famIly affairs. Tells the name of wito you will marry and when. If the one you love is true or false., what part of the country ts luckIest forg. you, and just what to do to be successful in life. Brings the seperate4l together. re moves troubles of all nature. ao you cat win rind hold the one you love. Special readIng 31. 020 P st, N. W., betweem 0th nd th,_ net e Sh,,ber-rei..s 5 s . e T ME' Advis. Madam " % . -. W. MADAM ZARA, ard er; tile o Pu AIDAMM PAKU3 Gifted Clairvoyant and Medium gives rue advice on budue. healtb love and Faumily affaire Tells the same e ooer Fsre hushand or wile. What 1te 6 to k; ft. N. W.. botwean Itth and 13ts W& PROF. MIMBNS KANTER MIND OF 11,8701C13 CLAIM VOYANT tND P4LMI7. Advice on all a is of life. Icltding business and a spltion, It adire of the Seart or emoti Onsg love Intet yo. to give* aenat no ruhu rovenltie. ot avw nbles Yom t win the steem and aeefrctle of anyone you desire ~nioe pee olad happy nal . tell it Xhe .me on lo is tre alas dae of mar ,logo. Restore West Zkejoil sa and fi.dnce to love and a . les. All Invited. 926 F St. N. W. ;I-' MADAME SELIA,5~ Egyptian Palmist and Medium. Gives true advice you can doe en i .-ltess. love uerlth. and 'a'uly .."a'; 4-116 the name of future hquiland or VitOl tod how to win the se you love makes SIP overS' quarrels or family tru re mites the eparated and makes happiness nt your geme; tells what basiss Is luck eat for you and how to gain smoses is inything you take in hbnd; it you are haw ag d luck or trouble cosit Mme. Selis; ean help you: eaustaction guaranteed. Sbn rank~ 36J Condential read. ngs daily. o cents. 831 Ith at. X, W. Icat to Eye st. Oppe. McCery's ISO eere. * IIPAHELIDON Worlds aGreatest claIrvoynt, ilaist 614 Spirit Medium. Rea datoy rom, 105. 0. to I p. m. 1318 1 at. N. W., ever Peeahontas candy aeop. Main 409 * MISS JANE B. COATES 1704 Kilbourno pl. N. W. 5PIRITUAL READINOS. HEA1ING8. and IEVILA)PMNT. -y appointment only. Phone Col. 6227. .ecture and Circle EVERY FRIDAY at 8:16. Admission. 0c. Iubject THI week: "MARRIAGE OR DIVORCE-WWICH ? PROPOSALS )FFICE OF THE COMMISBIONERB. D. C.. Washington. April It. 191--Bealed pro souals wilt be receited at thisAtice. Room 419 District Building. until Z 'clock p. n.. Way 10, 1921. for furnishing and delivering -ruts, chemicals and laboratory supplies: ,add len. Dry Goods; Boot. shoes & ftull. hee. for ne In the various branches of he Government of the District of Coluin. )i& duri fiscal year ending June 30. 1922. rerms 0at proposal. Sopecilcoations and In 'ormation may be obtaied front Purcha ta- Officer. D. C., Room 320. District Build. n&. In applying specify the class of up.6 Iea for whih forms are desired. C J RUDO.PH. CHARLES W. KUTZ, AMEN J. OYSTER. Commissioners. D. C. STEANSiPR ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. To and from Poarti Cherbourg, Seuth ampton, Uverpoel, London. Dublis. Antwerp, Rotter. dam. 6h New York Ave. ______ Ph. Main_4042. UNITED AMERICAN LINES in Joint Service With HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE Through bookings to and from Hamburg. Warsaw. Danzig, Libau. Riga. Lemberg. Lerlin. etc. 920 NEW YORK AVE. PHONE MAIN 4042. SPRING TRIPS To the SEASHORE BY WATER Potomac River and Cesaee Bay OLD POINT NORFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH Plaee Steamere "1ORTEBLAND" "SOUTULANI)" "Nhi)LAND " "Every Day Is the Year" 4e P. M. City Tieket OfOee. 731 35th St. W..dward NeUding. Norfolk & Washingbto smbat Cg, -L/NE Al .Outdoor Spi No Pssports Eegiredmr emuda Uwday via do e Stih Twi.-.erow ....m... SS. "FORT VICTORIA" SS. "FO)RT HAMILTON": Fenid for decriptivue Nieratuere, Iicluint 8pecial Bummer Toure Folder, to FU3NES-ERMDA INE 34 Whitehall SI.. N. Y EDUCATIONAL HALL..NOYES SCHOOL high; alsoe private ceehiag to aese en rance. E3-Easminer U. S. prepares for g . Phone M. 3651. MANDOLLN, G~lfAR. BANJO 0. . TH MM. 131 C. 1234-W. Frets. naem ae. 1, se-ISO soe. my. . WOe. sadi Te Utoo brtd Tel. cJ ~I. 4 1416 Citanin .t Nea sV LAKE SCHOOL Get Into the Big Paying Profesion Be a Doetor of Chiropractie This is your chance for big euccees. field sa uncrowded snd opportunities are numerous. Our course will qualify you during your spare hours. lntennely in teretn nd practial lE NURE TO 111UTI A TODAY t lean' FMot's Nesu Of Capital Society (Centinued freg Page ZghL) - the Spanish Awbassador and Mme. , Justle sad Mrs. Uphon Pit ney. Justieines C. MeRojeolds, and the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs, Fall. Brig. Goa. and Mrs. Charles A. Drake will be host, at dinner before the dance this evening at Chevy Chase Club. The guests will numbet fffty and Will inelade the Minister of Switserland and Mme. Peter, the American Minister to Switserland aA Mrs. Hampson Gary, Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh. Maj. Gen. Peyton C. March, U. S. A., and Gen. George 0. Squler, U. 8. A. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Saulsbury will be hosts at dinner this evening. The Rumanian Minister and Prim eem Bibeseo will be the guests of honor at the ArtC ub dinner tomor row evening. a which the president of the club and Mrs. Zoinay will be the hosts. Princeds Bibeaco will be the principal speaker. Prince Bibesco. who also will talk. will have as his subject the arts abroad. for in addi tion, to being a distinguished diplo mat he is a man of broadest culture and a lover of the arts. Mrs. James R. McKee. daughter of the late President Harrison, will ar rive today from New York to i.tay with Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins. Mrq. Elkins will be at home tomorrow afternoon and Mrs. McKee will re ceive with her. MIArs. Selden P. Spen cer will preside at the tea table. Mrs. Elkins is giving-a luncheon fop Mrs. McKee on Friday, and on Saturday evening she will entertain at dinner with the Secretary of War and Mrs. Weeks as honor guests. COVNT RASEN UONOnnD. The minister of Denmark, Constan ttn Brun. entertained at luncheon. yesterday In the Presidential suite of the Nfw Willard In honor of the for mer Danish foreign minister. Count Raben, who, with Countess Raben. is visiting this country. Present were: Count and Countess Raben. the Span ish Ambassador and Mme. de Riano. the Swedish Minister and Mmb. Wal lcnberg, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Perkins. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Charles McCaw ley. Mrs. Richard Townsend. Mme. Hauge. Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry; the minister of Portugal, Viscount WAlte. and Woodbury Blair. -*4 Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Robb will enthrtain- a company at dinner this evening at the Chevy Chase Club. asking their guests to meet Senator and Mrs. Howard Sutherland. Among them will be Mrs. Edwin A. Price. of Nashville. Tenn.. who is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robb at their home at Edgemoor. Mrs. Archi bald W. Archer. of New York, will arrive on Friday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robb. Miss Isabel Pell. who has been the guest of Miss Anne Hight for sev eral weeks, has returned to her home in New York. MISS 4IDDONM WF-DS. St. Margaret's Episco!.al ('-1 ch with its deoerations of palms and spring flowers was so beautif t' ret ting last ev.-ning for the weedding of Miss Mary Elisabeth hiddois and Georg'e Starr Lasher. TI- crnony was performed at I o'clock t'r the Rev. Herkrt Scott Smith an th- 'ares ence of a large company of tus ats. The altar wav banked with the -'ms and ferns Intermingled with nink roses and pink snapdragons. An elaborate musical pvtgra- le ceded the ceremony, and the briJial party entered to the ttrainq of Lohengrin's wedding mArch. The bride, who entered on th.' arm of her father, wore a lovely wedding gown of soft white satin.made on s;nlle lines and slightly draped. It was made with a long court t'iin and rose poiut Lce trimmed the waist and skirt. Ier tulle veil wa, ar ranged in the convention-l way with orange blossoms, and her .0'aower bouquet was of Bride rose- and illies-of-the-valley. She carriP- a handkerchief made of ra'. old 'Vne tian lace, a rift sent 4o I-er Zor the occasion. and which had been erLed by a number of Venetian brideA. Mrs. Frances Hickok Cretchor. Brooklyn. N. Y.. who wa% the matron of honor, wore a lovely model of orchid georgette, trimmed in old b:ue, and carried tea roses and delphiniums. MOVING, PACKING A STORAGE TE 1EW WAY Hosehold Goods Rauled to storage FREE OF CHARGE Carpets Cleaned ad w ras~e4 Meth-proof Rousehold Removate lstimatem gies. Storage 11.60 mne. Air Urn Cr1eE Strg 4g-0 SthHS. N4. . Main J THE ROYAL E!XPRESS. Generat moving asd hauling, goods de liveted with enre. NELSBON MURDOCK CO., 1427 0th at. N. W. Phone N. 1l6g. THE NORTHWAY EXPRESS Oet may rates on long distance haul ing between Washington and all Dolats North and Weet. Lecai moving and freight service. Phone Coi. 6220-J. last. All loads Insured. PADDED VANS FURNISHED Phase N. 2010-39il. KRIEG'S EXPRESS 1226 H St. N. W. STORAGS. PACKCING AND SMIPPINGO. FlhREPROOF WAREBOUJSE UTORAGU Mevig-Packing--Ustimatea UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. 438-US 10t St. N. W. Phsem Naib ess er 54aaklm se4s. OLEAN DRT STORAGE POR FUJRNI~T15R AND PIANOS. Estima tee cheerfuli ~n. WESCRLEKR. 020 Pa. ave. N. W. hoeMain 123 st.__ SEPARATE ROOMS, $3 "** L.OCAL AND) LONA DISTANCE Mo Carfu .ws 1 Acauxeav a 0rhf- t.Aa UNIONWRAG TRASEO T0 sM of %"Mr W iss tdp stAr Melen AIM&. whe w ph* porges, tmmed to 4l n larriod Ophelia rese ad dAwlnlum, Litle Miss MaUese"3eem fe 06 Poly other' attendaat nd 'md a. ;hermtng Gower girl, wearing a &aintfroek kf delleste at es shie and lae and- es ag a Et sweetheart roses. The bridsslOom was uAteaded b William Henry Gramme, of Seginaw, Mich. The ushar were Frederick Phili XeyeFsd . 5)Meas, Of Wae fting n, brother of the bride; Lysma W. Oehring, of Dotreof. Mich.; AlMa P. King. of Londn., Ont., and Fre riek W. Ladme, of New York Oity. hil of thbe men in the bridal party. with the exception of Justice and Mr4 Biddons, are members of the . Theta "hi fraterpity, to whieh the groes belongs. With the exception of M, lAdue, who is secretary of the o& tional orgapisation, they ate me hers of the University of Michigan Lhapter. Immediately after the ceresnony a asmall reception was given at the home of the bride's parents, Justice and Mrs. Frederick Siddoni. Here a color scheme of pink aind white flow ers, relieved with the green of palms, ferns and smilax, was carried out. The mantels were banked with fera and flowers, as was the bay window. where the guests were receivA by the br4de and groom and Justice and Mrs. Siddons. In the dining goos Ilowers and ferns were used to ad vantage. The centerpiece for the Lable was a basket of roese and white lilacs. The soft, glow of many can les furnished the only illumination for the house. Mrs. Siddons wore a gown of fawn colored lace over blue tafeta. Mrs. Chaplain Carson. of Roank Va.. sister of Mrs. Siddos, s= in the entertaining. She wore black matin and lace, trimmed in blue. After the reception Mr. and Mrs Lasher left for the Berkshires., where they will spend a short time before going to Ann Arbor, Mich., to make Lheir home, Mr. Lasher being a mem ber of the faculty of the University :f Michigan. MRS. KEYS To ENTMTAIN. Woman writers from all parts -ad the United States were welconed W Say by the League of American fel Woman, and in addition to the writers, women physicians. and wow en members of all the learned pro fessions registered for the convention and Book Fair, which will be a center ef interest for the remainder of the week. Hundreds of blue and white badges were distributed at the club house where there was an intermal reception all morning. Mrs. William Atherton DuPuy, the national prosi lent of the organization, who acted ka hostess, was assisted by the other pfficers of the league. The first social event on the pro gram is the reception in honor of the visitors and the local members of the league, which will be given at the "ongressional Club this afternoon by Mrs. Henry Wilder Keyes. wife of the Senator from New i=pehire, and Mrs. Homer Hoch, wile of the (on gressman from Kaness; Mrs. Irviso Lenront. president of the Congres sional Club: Mrs. Williein Atherten a DuPuy, national president of the league; and Mrs. Iarry A. Colemsan. second vice president, will receive with Mrs. Keyes and Mrs. Hoch. The Marine Band will play. Mrs. Davenport White was hostess at luncheon today. The marriage is announced of Mine Emma Virginia Alsip and R. S. Now rnan, of Edinburgh. Va. The mnar riage took place last Thursday at the home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. Rob Brt Yowell. Rev. J. S. Montgomery performing the ceremony. The bride who made her home with Mrs. Towell is a graduate of Eastern High School. -1 Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins and Mrs. Eliphalet Fraser Andrews are send Ing out invitations for a private view Df portraits by Miss Juliet Thqpesen In Mrs. Andrews' studio, 1230 Six Leenth street, Wednesday. Thursday, and Friday afternoons of next week rrpm'3 to 7 o'clock. Miss Thompson, who wan formerly a resident of Wash ington, is now living in New York. She was a pupil of Mrs. Andrew.' hus band, the late Eliphalet 'Fraser An drews, afterward studied abroad, and has made a 'name for herself as a painter of portraits in oils and pastela, Her work has recently been shoW' in New York. Mit. . 8. Bailey and her grand daughters, the Misses Smith, hae gone to New York. They will be at the Hotel Commodore for two or three weeks and will return to Washington the first week in May. Signora Olivia Rossetti Agresti, who has come to Washington to rep resent the president of the laterae (tonal Institute of Agriculture at the unveiling o.f the statue of David Lubin, will deliver her only publie lecture tomorrow evening at the Na tional Museum. Signora Agreeti wrill talk on the economic relations of Italy and this country and will do vcribe industrial conditions abroad. She is a brilliant and convinsing' speaker, who holds her audienegm ,by the spell of her wit and her per personality. As she was reared and educated in London, she speaks 3ng lish fluenitly. The public ia invited to thIs letcure. Since her arrival last Sunday, gig, nlora Agresti, who is of Solally the guest of the Italian embassy, has been much entertained. One of the most interesting dinners took plaee last evening 'when the women sp. cislists Who have admInistrative po sitions u ler the Government gave a dinner In honor of Signora Agsti st the Garden Tea House. Covers were laid for sixty-five. Among the special guests were Mrs. Henry C. Wallace, wife of the Secretary of Agrieuiture; Mrs. Herbert* Hoover, wife of the Secretary of Commerce; Mis~s Alice Robertson. Reepresentative in Congress from Oklahoma; Mra, Ave'ry Coonley, Mrs. Charlotte Lee Ware, of Boston. and Mrs. Krugel, ot San Francisco. Miss Florence Ward, of the States relatIon service of the United States Department of Agriculture, presided. The hostesses included Mrs. Annette A. Adams, Assistant Attornoy Generall Miss .lulia Lathrop, chief of the CM1l dren's Bu~reau; Mrs. Helen Gardener. Livil Service C'mmissioner; and Mrs, Clara Sear. Trayior. District Rent Coimmissinner. After the brilliant Russian ball last evening the tablesus vivant, the neat ivent on the week's program for the relief of the Russian refugees, Is doubly alluring, for certainly the Bal de Tete set a sttaiard for successful inchie.vemenat. Th.ee wiU b. shown 'omnorrow even ing at !i :nf O'rIOck at thi- Russian .em bassy. it was intended to repeat the program sn I-riday evening but this performanoe has been canoslled as Mr. pterne la abtiged to maae= rn tro. Nw..es.