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Of ousekolpls 1 111
Ali porch; Mait sur
W., 1238--Two urnlahed rooms
I heuaekeeping.
. .,f6..On arg men.it
266 3 esa; lIgt 1107sup
.4007-Frent room; Iage
fseeend or next bath; three
fneeg went; phone, else
.oo; escluive neighborhood;
, 34-Pront room and kitchen
.... ..t Alkh housekeeping; no children.
S '. i3.. 33-Purashed fpat room:
t; sear bath; good home
It.. X. 46-Nicely furnished
S~;With private family. *_
11T.N W.IVI- rge room, bath,
peach; hoiu*ekeeping; reasonabile.
, i. ,, 1012-L ge. handsomely
ed m, eloctrio ighto and hot
' r two entlemen. *
W.. 511-One large front room,
W iaed; suitable for 3 or 3 gen
.o floor with bath.
. 3s. W.. 1330-Large lot-floor front
o 1 atlemen- hone.
SW.- SIT-Three 1st floor
f oping. Frank. 7241-W.
. N. W.. 613-Desirable furnishel
with reh; next to b*th.
. N. W.. 621-Near Commerce
large bright roome: $16 to $33. ph.
I W 34-.y-window oingle
nst to lath. $16; also large room.
4 r.West 3137.
U 14AT the room you want
t Mowing and Transfer ada
k is this paper.
Vs theO er oUNtiraIlbed
A AVE. 1.:.~. 141-Tnroe Unfur.
rese$ with use of bath for 1. h. k.,
Se;adults eo.
11%.-2 romsfurnished or
r f houseke bhN oor
' T. N. W., 632-Three unfurnished
Se for housekeeping, bath Earn. foor
P 480 furfished roome for housekeeping;
=21t2=1dabe. Phone Columbia 9340-J.
N. W.. 3234-Two large adjolui
em on Sad floor; next to bath;
IN etikering.
tturniabed
. M. 18-Osa jarge room, kIteben.
-i h housekeeping.
M. 3.. 1400-Two unturnished rooms
rent. Linc. 2131.
N. VSM-Two unfurnished rooms for
, AVI inenudin
TOL .. 67-Room and board for
t . nc. 4721.
I A AVM. N. W., 224-Two large.
crer fro m111;' 1. h. k. prmit.*
W., 41&-TNo 1. h. k.. lacing
;a. mL . 1. private family; M3
A Vv. N. W., 434-Three unfurnished
togetA naewly papered, reasonable.
T. RAINIR. MD.. 3721 23D ST.-Two
esturniahed rooms: next to bath; 1. h. k.
itt couple; no children. k *
Av . 3.. 1617-Three unfurnished
.% . on 2nd floor; 16.
3 St. N. W.. 914-Two Urge front rooms,
Gooord Ivo.
basement room. with housekeeping
blgee; outside entrance; bright and
'att~eve; rent $10 per month; Willard
1. Phone N. 7IM-3. *
It N 14W.. 1210-Room and board, 2
lt . W. 1431-- unurnished room,
for frot. adjoining bath; $37.60.
11th UT. N. W., 3229--Two rooms for 1. h.
- all modern conveniences: unfurnish
ed ;Csonable. Phone Col. 172.
Deem. with Beard
WICK HOTEL, 836 Pa. ave. N. W.
ished rooms; steam heat; 52.56 up;
oselseed patron.
OLUM7UIA RD.. "7,4-Refined young lady
for roommate with private family. Col
U ST. N. W.. 1000--Room and board:
e g water; electric light; $1 per
table board; $65 and $7 per week.
k T . .. 31-Rosm and board, three
meals each day, for two young ladles, 53.
elil. phone Frsnk. 761.
LAYGO frot room, twin beds. with mesas.
. _th ; gentlemen.
so mnouth. room, board, gentlemen.
Is we"p table board, 1306 N mt. N. W. e
NIQELY furnished front room; excellent
able; references. N. 4704-W.
p T. N. W.. 1641-Comfortably furnislhed
room for two; twin beds; excellent meals.
Norh 3323.
MMONT AVE. N. W.. 1326 (private
home)-Large room, with board, for 2
irl* piVileges. Frank. 6666.
ROOMS WANTED
f UR. room for 1. h. k.; N. W. eeeteao
. BOX 267r Time. office.
TABLE BOARD
ST. N. W.. 1641-Exoellent meals. well
talanoed. properly cooked attracUvely
orved, moderately priced. North 2332.
N UTQN.W.. 684--flBeet home cooking, good
ia~t:2meals $6.60: 3 meals 8.680.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Punasshed
31OOMS. cool. airy, bright; specially
esmfortable for summer; near Columbia
Sadd Wyoming ave.; two bath. -three
fooms; balcony; no table ilver or
no; references required: May 5 to Octo
her T, or longer. Call North 621. apart.
604. between 2 and 12 a. in.. or 6 and 7
p.m. *
adboth car lietwo :parments. Iwo
5om . kitche2N ea aio and bahlbclyf riad;
bet-water heat; immediate posseshion; it-nt
$60 er mnth.Phone 1.. 5421.
dth 3. 5. U., 218--Apt. 1; 2 bright rooms,
kitchen, bath, perch. ysrd; near Csai
toiiogployedpeople; rs.~l-eaonable. *
ZIIGHLaANDS APT.-To sublet. fur.. unill
October; eultable for 3 or more bach.el
Phone North 1340.
TN.W., 456-Two communicating
imht housekeeping roome, with private
; tinspctionl evenings, 6 to 2,
13th IT. N. W.. 317--Three large front
roe ~ad bath, trictly private; adults
0th 3T. N. W., 1026-3 room. and kltch--n;
newly papered.
CAtIFONNIA UT. N.W., 136-(Furnishe,
unturnished, er partly).-Entire floor, 8
ye s, th and telephone; 75.
17th IT. 5. 3.. 439-8 room.; let floor;
PCelaia cink; new gas range; deep,
bee yard; 525; apply after 4:30. *
grA,. AVU. N. W., 2145-Two room.; front;
gggage.;_running water; $40.
PA. AVE. N. W., 2511-Lar~ge fur
'alihed bachelor apt.; 800 square
.; a. im. I.; dormitory with 7 win
dow.; ideal for 3 or 5 people. West
S2568.
PA. AV3. N. W.. 11145-4-room apt.. nilcely
furunhed* bright and gunny; very con
wenient. Franklin 1364.
E UT. N. W., 1115-Two apartmnente for
housoheeping. Phone. Reasonable.
AFERIIWF-NuriiniC~chelor; two
roots and bath: 57', fine cafe. The.
Teroate. Dupont Circle, Apartment 74.
worth 156.
L T. 5. 3.. 140-Meer Capitol and Lai
bi-ary and both car line., two apart
ptent. two room. kitchen and bath; nicely
turnishod; hot-water heat: immediate poa
gie: legnt._56 per mo. Phene . 4 21.
8th ST. i. W., 224-Three-rmom apt., nicely
turnlab; also two ainghi. rooms. furnish~ed,
glectripit' phone; reasonable.
Ua fmrniahedi
T ST. 14. W., 1118, NOLANDlO APT. NO.
10.-S rooms and bath; 575. Riggs An;.
No. 46 1402 15th at. N. W. 3 rooms snd
bath; bss. AppAly & e
1502 H St. N. W.
APARTM3NT 130. THE iiADLI1H
Will sublet till Ootober I or later; large
lMviag room, bedroom, breakfast roo,
kitebn te. bathronm and hall reirigera
tis s f eleotrie light Included at 51100 per
3OOMS--Ettehen and beth. on first
U ar;toernl; at 11th and N ste. Apply
AVS.. N. W., 241-Four rooms. ho';
. .A;eleetuie light; porch; large ga.
Base; hot-water heater in ha' n;
Goverame6t Printing Ogle. $40. pri
*s etrsoire. ..
Ist ST. W.. $131- rooms em lad 0 oor;
I ragms and killeaemtte sa 3rd Boor;
newly papered; oesvetlent and reaema.10.
APARTNTNl WANTE
1-ROOM apartment, furalished. reasonable,
for rous 1ady. 95 1621 T dimsa office *
VSeIsSs. PROrZRTT oR RE T
011o" A fSudes_
,OFICs ROOM. 11th and K ste. N. W.. 340.
D. H. ROLAND DRURY.
i 03. ater 8: p. M.
OFFICE SPACE, on 2nd floor Mar
den, Building. 1426 U mt. N. W.
Phone North r494.
F ST. At. W. 1715-..Stadio. very large
handsomey 'furnished. rent reasonable.
Phone Franklin 330s-J.
ROUND FOR REN?
U'rmiashd
COLORED-Ruy your own home; $1 starts
you. EDW. M. McNEELY. Bradford A
Co., 1216 U mt. N. W.
634 HARVARD ST. N. W.-G-room and
bath house. completely f(trnished. with
gerage; reasonable; calI Sunday after 2
p in.
Usfurmished
H ST. 8. W.. 607-6-room house for
rent.e
BUILD YOUR WVE NI3ST.
No interest no taxes; very easy term.
FLORAINCIC ahANs KAY, 17 Bond BIdt
HOUSES WANTED
IF YOU have a home for sale and you
price is reasonable. list it with me.
have a great man'y buyers for homes and
business properties.
J. D. GARMAN,
Dist. Nat. Bank Bldg.
WE NERD ,OUs38 for sale to colored;
any location in the city. Olve us price,
terms. ate. We will show you restaile.
BRADFORD & CO., Inc..
337 Southern bldg.
I HAVU MANY prospective buyers for
homes. 1600 cash. If you have any homes
for sale on 600 cash. list them with me.
J. D. GARMAN,
Main 8329. Dist. Nat. Bank Bldg.
HOUSES FOR SALE
BROOKLAND.
$4,850-$500 Cash, $50 Per Month
Until Paid.
Vacant-Possession With Deposit.
1368 Newton at.. in Brookland's best real
dential section. Less than two blocks from
every convenience. A very substantial 6
rrom and full-bath home that will last a
lifetime. In excellent condition. Newly
papered and painted; trimmed in whitt
and mahogany finish. New electrie light
fixtures. This home is completely modern
except heating plant, which will be in
stalled at cost. Lot 60z160.
McLACHLEN BANKING CORP'N,
Real Estate Dept., 10th and G.
Main 432. Evenings North 313.
$500 CASH, balance terms. owner occu
pant; possession; cozy 6-room brick; ex
cellent condition. 615 13th St. N. E.
HOLLOW-TILE BUNGALOW.
16,000-81.500 CASI.
On Monroe St.. near 14th; 6 rooms, bath,
h.-w. h.. electric lights. open tirep;ace,
laundry trays, built-in refrigerator. One
of the prettiest locations in Brookland. af
fording a grand view of surrounding see
tion. Everything convenient, and a'- excel
lent value at the price. Immediate puss,,s
sion.
1% BLOCK FROM UNIVERSITY.
$8,.00-SPECIAL TERMs.
On Monroe at.: a splendid location for
rooming or boarding. A large b-room and
bath home (4 bedrooms); workmanship and
m'aterial better than we find today. First
floor has reception hall. large living room,
large library, dining room and kitchen; 4
bedrooms and bat% second floor. This
home represents a future -value as an in
vestment.
McLACHLEN BANKING CORP'N,
Real Estate Dept., 10th and G.
Main 432. Eveninp North 313.
BLOOMINGDALE
2400 NORTH CAPITOL ST.
One of the best corners in Bloom
ingdale; suitable for business or
residence. Has six rooms and bath,
furnace heat, space for garage on
alley; $2,000 less than actual value.
Inspection by permit only f!pm
WILDMAN & CO.,
4 rxclusive Agent.)
9th and H N. W. Fr. 6406.
IN RANDALL ifIGHI LANDS
$-room brick bungalow; hot-water %eat;
elec. lights; tile bath; lot 60:110 ft.; orice4
garage for two cars. This bungalow is in
a strictly white neighborhood and is in ix
cellent condition. The owner has had esti
mate of what it would cost to build this
bungalow and claims it will cost 2.00.,
not including the garage. You can buy it
now at $7,000. Owner is wanting to leare
the city and wants a quick sale.
J. D. GARMAN,
District National Bank Bldg.
Main 8329 or F. 3993.
$9,000--DOWNTOWN location: 9-room
house; latrobe heat; gas lights; cella.-;
front and back yards: entire property !n
excellent condition; owner wishes to sell
at once and will accept a reasonable ofler.
$9.7i0-On Ontario rd.; 9-room hous!;
steam heat; gas light; 6 bedrooms; large
lot with garage; excellent location.
$5.000-5-room bungalow; modern heat
ed and lighted; large lot; entire property
in excellent condition; location Cottage
City. Only 8100 cash.
$7.250-strictly modern home in every
respect; 0 room.; hot-water heat; electri!
lights. ga; beautiful concrete cellar; 2
porches; lot to alicy; garage; homne prac-.
ticatly new; good N. E. location.
Sui,00-Near Lincnln Park N. E.; 6-roomi
house in fine conditin; excellent furnace
heat; cement front porch; entire progterty
in excellent condioln.
I have a great miany homes in different
parts of the city for sale."
J. D. GARMAN,
District National Bank Bldg.
Main 8829 Franklin 3993
JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS,
314 Pennsylvania Avenue S. E.
FOR COLORED PURCHASERS.
Price $5,800
A two-famIly apartment eltuated on 5th
st.N. W., close to New York ave S
under a pre-war rental of 350 per month.
exciusive of a two-story brick building en
the rear that will easily rent for 320. 'Ihe
property is free of encumbrance We recam
mend this as a good investment and .will
accept reaeonabie terms.
Price $3,000
T. st. N. WV.. between 9th and 10th. A
nine-room house under a pre-war rental
of $26. worth a great deal more. The
owner has instructed us to offer this at .v
low price for a quick sale. We know it is
a bargain. Terms.
Price $2,750
Heeckman at. P. E. A six-room, modern
brick house with bath, cellar. The cheap
est house that has been sold on thts street
for a long time. Can be sold on terms of
3500 ca~h, balance 330 per month, Includ
ing interest and principal. If you are inqk
ing for a bargain. this Is your chance.
ON W NEAR N. CAPITgL.
Colonial brick. 6 rooms, reception hall. and
tiled bath. Hag hot-water beat. electricity.
front and rear porchee, garage space. Sou:l,
ern exposure. Poeseesion in 30 days. Price.
$1,600.
WIbDITMAN & CO.
9ith and H sts. N. W. Pr. 66.
FOR HOM3 M
INVESTMENTS.
S'ee MAHIORNEY a SULLIVAN
They Know Washington."
1627 Eyy it. N. W. Tel. MaIn ?521.
COLORED)-LeIroit Park; 5 rooms tramp;
newly psinted andl papered, 32.060; 3:00
cas h. 321 per month.
BRADFORD & COMPANY, Inc.,
337 Southern Building.
COI.OREP- Vacant. Beet N. W. eectlon;
email .sh payment. be c Ikrn.
BRADFORD & OPNY n.
887 Sanuharu Building
NOUS$ FOR AL
McKEUVS
1408 Eye St. REAL
BT.OOMINGDAL.
Dandy home Is good aeUla %I"e
tooms and bath; with lare p10004;
front sad double rear porebes; mod
era throughout; with hot-water beat:
hardwood Boore; bas large yard; brick
garage; alley. Pried low at 11,600.
A six and aN're of 4round
with many shae and fruit trees. .m
preve* attractive comfortable
home of fifteen rooms and two bathe;
attractively Balshed: has tve opes
Lre a'es; electric lights; good heat.
ng plant; apIouS porch across front
and side; cq)heen house and bars.
A splendid alue. Phone a for ap
pointment to Inspect.
McKEEVE
1405 Eye St.
. Mmabers Washington
6-ROOM house on Florida ave. N. U., be
tween 6th and 8th ats.; overlooks beau
tiful Kendall Green: furnace heat, electrie
lights; full basement; large back and aide
yard; good terms; price too cheep to men
tion.. Call Line. 2613-W.
NEAR N. Capitol and R. 1. ave- rooms.
--bath, furnace. 86,350, $1 se0 cash; 6
rooms, bath, furnace. $6.100, oo cash.
CAPITOL HILI.-6 roonia, bath h.-*. h.,
.360. 51,000 cash; 10 rooms, 3 bath. IL-w.
., $81,50, terms; three-apt. bldg.. 4 apt..
3 rooms and bath each. h.-w. h.. elec.
NEAR JEFFERSON ST. AND GA. AVE. N.
W.-7 rooms, bath, h -w. h., ee.; large
lot; garape; vacant; must be sold at oaoe.
Term.. rice i right.
HOME REALTY CO.,
403 Ith at. N. E. lAnc. 6110. C
VACANT! VACANT-7-room bay-wiotow
brick. 13th, near B P. W.; convenient to
Govt. buildings and parks; price. S6.260;
750 cash, bal. monthly. 617 4% at. S. W.
THOMAS P. BROWN.
WjTHITN THREE BLOCKS OF WHITE
ROUSE-10 room*, 2 baths, hot-water
heat; terms reasonable. Price. 510,60.
NEAR INTERIOR DEPARTMENT-,
room, and bath. latrobe heat; very
Iarge lot. 1.7600. An offer Invited.
I.OWiTOWN BARGAIN-Near 10th at.
and Massachusetts ave. N. W.: 14
rooms and bath; suitable for doctor or
dentist. Prios $90.
NEWTON ST.. NUR ISTH-6 rooms and
bath, hot-water het; garage; Ia per
fect order. $10.000.
t.AMONT ST.. NEAR GA. AVE.-6 rooms
and bath: in fine shape. Price. $6.600.
Cash $1.600, and balance on Ume.
JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
723 20h at. N. W. ,
(XLOfRZD-Call or send for our list of
houses for sale. Small eash payment,
balan s tha rent.
BIRADFORD & CO., Inc.,
837 Sothern bldg.
LEITER PARK, VA.
One acre, $-room bungalow. new, faseg
State highway. 6 min. by auto from elec.
-are. Wash. & Va. ft. R.; *lec. lights, beau
tiful lot; level and now I alfalfa; near
stores. schools. etc. Only 6 lots will be
nold with improvements at this prte. Get
buqy. Our auto will show you the prop
orty. Price, $3,600; 5600 cash balance
$30 monthly. C. W. MOORE, 11 14th ST.
N. W.
ONE OF THE BENT homes in Wasning
ton, 1.. '., for this much money, if tot
the beat, $6,600. In Anacoatia; beautiful
location; 4 rooms, hot-water heat; the en
tire property In perfect condition; ;arge
lot, with brick karage for 2 cars; brick
chicken coop. About $1.606 cask.
$6,600. Good location in Mt. ReaIner: 6
large rooms; modern heated; large pebble
dashed house; 2 porches; the entire prop
erty has been newly papered and painted.
Vacant and can give you immediate poe
session. Cash payment. $1,001.
$3,800. 6-room, semi-detached home near
Lincoln Park car barn; front po.im.
cementet floor; plenty room for a garagv.
$100 cash. balance, $46 per month.
J. D. GARMAN,
District Nat. Bank Bldg.
BEST VALUES NORTHEAST
$4,b&O-Colonial home; convenient to
Gov. Printing Office; 6 rooms. tile
bath; excellent furnace; first
clams condition; $760 cash. Posses
sion.
$6,500-On East Capitol wt., near Lincoln
Park; an exceptional value; 6
large rooms; reception hall; bath.
Hot-water heat; large front and
back yard. Wide alley. Sulstan
tial cash payment.
$4,000-Nar 14th and V sts. N. X.; 6
large rooms and bath; cellar under
entIre hddse. Good condition. Voe
aesaion; $600 cae.
HOWENSTEIN BROS.,
7th and H It. N. E., Line. 897..
I HAVE a few of the bet modern hom-..
In the N. N. for sale, most of them
beautiful corner properties and modern in
every respect; hot-water heat. gas. electric
lights, hardwood noors. built-in 'Ice box.e;
Z porches; Instantaneous hot-water neaset;
aervants' toilet; built-in arages; prices rang
lng from $7.750 to $12,230. Cash paymert from
i1.500 to 13.101.
Don't fail to see thee good homes before
you buy. as you can buy them for 4t least
62,000 lee, than they can be erected for at
the present time.
J. D. GARMAN,
District Nat. Bank Bldg.
IfOUSES for white or colored, all sections
of city; terms. Arthur Brandes, 11 16th.
PETWORTH
BEMI-DETACH81D HOME-6 large and
bright rooms; all modern improvements;
southern exposure; large closets. 1EST
SE'TION. double rear porches. Colonfal
front porch; garage room: PRE-WAR
CONSTRUCTION and PRICE. Values in
this section are increasing. therefore ACT
NOW and buy this WONDERFUL, HOME
at $9,1,00. (ol. 4974-5.
NORTHWEST REALTY CO.
"Specialists in N. W. Properties.'
18th and Columbia Road N. W.
Open 9 a. M. to 9 p. M.
X NEW COLONIAL HOMES
$1,000 CASH.
T21 PRINCUTON ST. N. W.
SIx large rooms and bath, double porchem;I
lot 20 ft. to 20-ft. alley; room for 2 ga
age.. These are the cheapest houses of
fe~red on the market today.
Only $7,950.
Phone us for auto to inspect.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO,
1314 F ST. N. W.
6-ROOM bay-window brick homse, modern
improvementa; latrobe heat; near 5th
at. and Pa. ave. S. E.; 84,600. Phone Fr.
1725-J, after 6 p. m.
INEJ Virginia homne for sale; I room~
bath; a. m. 1.; $100 cash, term.. BO
254. Time, office.
COLORED-Vacant. Good location, N. 3.;
brIck, 6 rooma, bath, 82,500; 8210 ash,
$20 per month.
BRADFORD & COMPANY, Inc.,
337 Southern Building.
lUUIRBAN FOR SALD
GREATER CAPITOL HEIGHTS
,HIGH OTS.ATION.
HEALTHY LOCATION.
SPLENDID HOME SITES.
OVER ONE HUNDRED HOUSES already
built and occupied by satiIed purchaaers.
Macadsmiaed road all the way to Wash
In gton,
Dil4TRICT CAR AT 61ST ST. N. E.
Why not purchase a tract of flyve lots or
more at such price. at $30 to $60 a lot?
No ireterest added, to the easy term. of
$1.00 de wn and 82.00 a month.
0. B. ZANTZINGER,
4418 0Hayaa at. N. E.
61st and Dix eta. N. U.
CHEVY CHASM NO0ME.
Ten rooms, two bath.. 51,000 cash and
0121 per month.
322 LIVINGSTON ST.
Inspect any time. Phone M. 1145.
ErWUtIRBANBARGAIN-MT. RAITER Mn
6-room house; a. m. I.; receptIon hell: hIgh
elevation; etrictly white neighborho id; In
one fare Sonle; ahade trees; lot 50 ty .:1:,
Price. 84.90; 5500 cash, balance 846 per month,
or $300 cash. balance 530 per month. Why
nay rent? A ty to
H. C. MAYNO, 2512 80th at., Mt. RaInIer. Mft.
GAB, water, sewer, electricIty, ptpeless fur
nace In a new asmall 1-room-sand-bath
Phungalow. 3 blocks econcrete sidewalk) te
14th st. car lIne; $5.100; 8100 cash and 81-0
month, Including Interest. 26 PIne eye.,
near Elm ave., Takoma.; open. Phone Col.
43s6-W.
$6,750--A BARGAIN
Beautiful 5-room bungalow. bath. gas
and electric light; open fireplace; corner
lot with gatage. 81.000 cash, balance
monthly Owe.BXA10 ie ge
6-ROOM COTTAGE-z Ile. os good car
line; bargain. 81.600. See T. T. HACK
NUT. Berw. uMd tlael..ea setam.ae
o il MAIN 4762.
DROLM.A,
A detached hae let 010
fowset legle eautrati. we
t-atr t -a" MAMMON
trim; ae %dae ad worth
more tu W 11011. .
UA UL/ ADDITION.
Very-ptty basse ad built to aford
comN rla .aumtse-.o *sis brignt
rooms awd batb with troat. do11e
rear and sleepi prh ; hot-water
Meat, eletrie ,i. ha wood Aeors
trim; gas loge, built i tetlig4r
ator; garage; alley; cam be bougat on
easy terms. Price only, Wso$.
E GOSS.
Main 4753.
Real Estate BoaWd.
SUBURBAN FOR NAI.
COLONIAL BEACH, VA.
Beautiful summer bovess and large, Well
draini lots for sale en eaw terms. Iar"e
lote, so to $86; $3 eamh. $8 pe month.
Twenty new summer bungalows ter sale at
100 each, on easy torms. Dish, healthy
loe- tions. with no objettloatie features.
Va water bathing. boatiag. crabbing %ad
lIking. Just the place for your wife and
children during hot summer ineaths.
Write or call for full latyf I
TAYLOR B RS,
Phone M. 3284. 710 1491L. N. W.
383 ACRES near Marshall Halt; 1-roam
house; spledId barn and other buildings;
good land and ; $16,00. hall cash.
. LAuRI_ U I EBL. LaPlata. 14.
FORT MYkiR BIGIITS. VA.-is-rsom
house. cellar. onet well water to Ceunty.
outbuildings; very beat building material.
telephone and electric light.; near echool.
church and cear; $3.00. 7 Maploe t.,
Clarenden. Va. Telephone Clarendon
.303-W-2,
WOODRIDGE.
NICE modern home; lare let and percheS;
camh 1. 600. OWNE 3010 South -
kota at. Phone N. 30- .
MOVE IN.
Modern, new bungalow; lot 10313;
email cash payment; balanee 10 year.
J. C. BYARS. Owner. Coluabia 0tt12.
Arlington, Va. Plone Clareedon 5043.
HiUBURBAN BARGAIN.
7-room house; electric lights; 3 lots 60
by 146 each; poultry ygrd and house;
growing garden; only $3,560; $1.000 casn.
balance 530 per month. Why pay rent?
H. C. MAYNOR. 812 St0th 8t..
Mt. Rainier. 1d. C
BARGAIN.
-room bungalow; a. m. I.; lot 40126;
gra pea. Priuo. SOW9. 11.300 cash. Balance
t erms.
E. H. SHINN,
8611 34th St., Mt. Rainier, Md.
Phone Hyattsville 166.J.
$-ROOM. both. h.-w. h.: newl decorated;
lot 390064; beautiful Sh e; chiclke
hdae; 56.150; about 11.600 eash. HOME
REALTY CO.. 403 Sit st. N. E. lN. $116,
S-ROOM COTTAGE-Ia Woedridge. ". C.:
large corner lot, water. e, tile bath;
some fruit and good garden; easy terms.
OWNEM,
Central avg. and Vista of.
SUBURSAR FOR RENT
COTTAOF-609 Little John Hill. Sherwood
Forest. on Severn; G room@, bath. poreese;
housekeeping or community board; furalsh
ed; also porch owing. refrigerator. oil coo
stove. etc. Phone Baltimore. Homowo
676. 2104 St. Paul et.
LOTS FOR KALE
6 REAUTIFUf. IATS In Randle Highlanda.
I minutes' walk to Pa. ave. car lines,
quick *ale. $16 each; $10 down. $6 month.
BOX A-. Time office.
TW') %-AC.1R1 LOTS on water front. at
South river. Apply 1133 Allison sL. N.
W., or phone Col. A739-J.
PROPERTY WANTED
JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS,
Sit Pennsylvania Ave. . I.
Let U Submit Our List of Homes and
Investment& Defors Yog Purchase.
WE WANT MOil HOUSb FOR SA..
Owners of pros-erty desirlig to make
quick sales should list property with w
at ee.
WN. P. NORMOYL. sit F t. N. W.
REAL ESTATE LOAXi
UONEY TO LOAN-6O to $600.000 en D.
C. real estate. Several trust fuads. All
transactiono conducted with economioal
consideration for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. 850 1th Mt. N W.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
A CHEAP PROPERTY-On easy terna& if
sold Immediately. .ra. MINAR. 411
Eyan* bldg.
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PROPOSALS
DEPARTM8NT OF THE INTERIOR.
UNITED NTATES PATENT OFFICE.
Washington. V. C., April 26, 1931.-Sealed
proposal( (in quadruplicate) will be re
ceived at this office until 2 o'clock p. m..
Monday. May 0, 1131. and will be opened
Immediately thereafter. in the presence of
sukh bidders as attend, for producing. In
the City of Washington. District of Colum
bia. during the fiscal year ending June 20,
193, copies of drawings of pending appli
eatione and patents. &nd of foreign patents.
papers and exhibits by photographi wr
other proees. Bids will be received for
the terms of six months and one year
Contracts will be awarded for either six
months or one year ma may seem to be to
the best interest of the Government. Th
prices named will be considered in con
poetion with the ability of the bidder and
to plant to d first-class work; and, prior
to the determination of an award. such
greliminary invstigation as to the quail
cations of bidders and efficiency of plant
will be made as the Department shall deem
necessary A low bid, unsupported by oat
Isfactory evidepce aS to ability to perforin
the work in agreement with the terms of
the proposals and contracts to be awarded.
will be rejected. lAck of commercial
standing on the part of the bidder or In
adequate facilities or plant with which to
perform the work specified will conatilute
good and sufficient ground for the rejee
ties of such a bid. BIJDDERN WHOSE
WORK HAS BEEN UNSATiiFA4'TORY
IN THE PAST MAY HE ElIMINATED
PRFOM CONSIDERATION ON THAT
GROUND. Specifications and specimens,
with forms of proposal. will be furnished
on application to the Chief Elerk of tie
Patent Office. All bidders are invited to
be present at the opening. The right to
reject any and all bids, in whole or in part.
is hereby reserved. T. E. ROBERTSON,
tommissioner.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISlIONEIS. D. '..
Washington. April 29, 1921-Sealed :r,
poesale will be received at Room 509 Dis
trict Buliding. until 2 ojoc IL n., 114 .
13. 1921, for furnishing and delivering ?*6
low-pressure fire hydrants. spcai-an.
and forms of proposal upon applicatioi in
Purchasing Officer, Room 3.'0. Iflsort
Building. CUNO H. RUDOLPH CRAR'.E
W. KUT7. .AM F. OYSTER. Commia
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UNIN *RAG
MOERNARNI
SHOCKS GRANDM
Old-Fashioned Miss and Her
Wrap Wins Majority Vote of
Pittsburgh Women.
P1TTS8URG, April 5.--The eM.
fashioned girl, the kind of a girl Os
was sixty Years ago, is just the kind
of a girl she would be again if os
had her lift to live over, said Mre.
J. G. McKelvy, prominent elubwosan.
grandmother and almost an octo
genarian. in speaking to the Wednes
day current events class here. She
and others responded to the question:
"What would you do if you were
young again?"
One class member, recalling the fact
that women in her youthful days were
barred from entering professions, oaid
she would train to be a physician. The
response made by another, that she
would be a movie actress, revetled
the fact that the dream of movie star
dom entertained by many girls also
is the dream of mature women.
The* attention attracting make-up
and apparel of the girls of today wort
facetiously referred to by Mrs. Me
Kelvy. who is spoken of as 'being
"eighty years young" by her fellow
mnembers of the club, of which she i
the oldest in point of years.
The ear biscuits affected by modern
maids came up for ridicule by Mrs.
McKelvy when she was stating the
things she would not do if she were
a girl again. She did not approve
"them taking their pompadours down
from the top of their scalps-and wear
ing them over their ears."
Paintung of cheeks and rouging of
lips, now so popular in the way of
facial adornment, she objected to.
Neither would ra. McKelvy let the
bottom of her skirts get so closely ac
quainted with the knees. She and
most of the others, although admit
ting that the girl of today may be
more aggressive, progressive and Self
reliant. agreed that they would cast
their votes in favor of the old-fash
ioned girl.
The hoopskirt and the minuet and
other stately dance manoeuvres popu
lar in the days when grandma was a
girl, were all right, while the abbrevi
ated skirt and the "foolish and fan
tastic tlinches" in a terpsichorean
way of the modern girl are vastly
wrong. She declared she could not
"see" jazz.
HER NAMEISDON'T,
BUTSHEIGNORES IT
Woman Gets Into Swiss Prison
For Making Undue Profit in.
Hig Finance.
BERNE, April 29.-One would think
that a person whose last name was
l'ont would hesitate a long time be
fore she would. And yet Elisabeth
D'ont is now languishing in the
Berness prison just because she did.
and the nature of her crime is called
"silver shoving."
The mysterious and yet lucrative
occupations has come into vogue in
Switserland since the antics of inter
national exchange have made it worth
while to go in for it. Now that a
Swiss five franc piece is worth about
ten French francs, nine Belgian
francs and twenty Italian lire, the
ingenious work-shy are buyig these
coins up in their own country witn
their depreciated paper money, giv
ing a little more than the face value
to facilitate the operation and smur
gling the silver across the border
into Switzerland, where the Interna
tional Coin union still permits them
to be exchanged for Swiss bank notes
of the same face value.
With these good bank notes d5.
posited in a Swiss bank. a check on
a bank in their own country is drawn
ond the result of the manipulation
Is a profit of from 100 to 200 per
cent for the manipulator.
"BIGGEST" AiR E MEET
IS PN BY DENVER
DENVER. April 29.-Plans for the
greatest "airplane meet' ever staged
west of the Mississippi, to be held in
Denver beginning May 15. are under
way today, and it in expected that
thirty planes will fly in exhibition
feats during the air carnival.
A score of individual flyers, mostly
residents of the Rocky Mountain
region, are expected to compete in the
various contests, including a daily
program of racing events. 'stunt" and
exhibition flying. Trophies and
money prizes will be awsrded for
long distance and trick flying. Para
chute jumpers will be secuar.-d. if pos
sable, to lend an added thrill to tbe
contests.
FASTEST AIRPLANE MAKES
TRIP WITH 8 PERSONS
LONDON. April 29-Capable of
traveling at double the speed of the
fastest express train, the De Havi
land 10. has just made its first flight
since the closing of the air route
to France.
Its single 430-horsepower Naples'
engine is so efficie.it that, given a
ftull load of eight persons, the cost
of carrying passengers is only one
cent more than the usual first-class
railroad fare.
Gold Miner on Full Time.
TIMMINS. Ont., April 29.-For' the
first time the Hollinger Consolidated
Gold Mines are now operating at full
capacIty. The big reduction plant is
crushing and treating 3.3~00 tons of
ore every twenty-four hours. In do
ing this, a total of approximately I.
450 men and eighty-two machines are
employed. It is said that the Crown
Mines in the Transvaal, South A frica,
is the only rival of the Hollinger
for world leadership in gold produc
tion, with an otput annutally of 512.
500,.000. It is expected that the Holl
inger output will be about $12,000,000
a year.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE Mt'NICIPAL COUnRT OF' THE~
D~tiTRI(T O7-COLUMBIA. A. Fnnor
off, plaintiff, vs. Mrs. IL. A. Moody, defendant :
No. 53,004. The object of this suit is to re
cover ninety (555.0@0) dollars and to have
judgment of eondemnation of certain prop
erty of the defendant levied on under an at
tachment issued in this suit to satisfy the
piaintiff's claim. It is. therefore, this 27th
day of April. 192t, oedered that the do
fendant appetrr in this Court on or before
the fortieth diay. ex.iustieo f Sundays and
legal ihoidays, after the dar of the first
publication of thi's orer, to defend this
suit and shew ese why said condemnsati,'
should not be had: otherwise the suit wilt
be proeded with as in esse of default
RO3T. 3. MATT'INGLY. .lerge. eC.etl
A True Copy--Test. BI.ANCES. 1439F,
Clek
1wr yam , 0 Lo s
vTo, Ky. iSawn sige 6"
fbr -iU -6& 8I 1Ah
New -vk f, Ised a ms.
CIY SEEKS.. Ab
TO GET WATER SUMY
LOB ANGELE-. April 29.-Eng
neers for the public service,.depart
ment of the city of Los Angeles have
perfected pla a for the construction
oft twenty-tw Vuge power plants
in the Owens Valley, on the Los
Angels aqueduct and on the Kern
bnd Kings rivers. It Is anticipated
that a total of 190,000 horste-power
will be obtained from the projects.
In addition to this vast program.
it is anticipated that the city of
Los Angels will seek to develop at
least 250.000 horse-power from the
Government's reclamation program
In the Boulder Creek Canyon of the
Colorado river where a survey is now
eing made by engineers.
A total bond issue for the complete
program would amount to $26.000,011,
I- is estimated.
WOMEN REUGEFS SEEK
HAVEN IN PORTE CiTY
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 29.--The
streets of the Porte city are haun:ed
with hollow-ey slinking figures
who were one tIe carefree girls in
cultured homes in Russia. .
These girl refugees came out cf
Russig with General Wrangel's arpiy,
and having lost their clothes and
money and sold their jewels. they now
exist from week to week on a chanc
ly picked up loaf of mouldering bread.
For those whose Slavic pride still
burns fiercely, there are the solemn
cypress swamps. It is no unusual
sight to see a group of peering mus
selmans drag the body of a woman of
nineteen or twenty from the inky
waters of the Ipset-mur. a gloomy
cypress tarn on the outskirts of the
city.
Plenty Ships to Oil Fields.
EDMONTON. Alberta. April 29.
Ample accommodations for all 'per
sons seeking transportation to the
northern oil fields will be available
this year. according to local officials
of the three northern transportation
companies. It Is estimated that 3.000
passengers. or even more, can be car
ried by the three companles---the
Hudson's Bay Company. Nnrthern
Trading Company. and the Alberta
and Arctic Transportation Company,
operating on the Mackenzie and Peacs
River routes.
CAPT. MERION C. COOPER,1
of Jacksonville, Fla., for
mer member of the Kosusuko
Squadron of the Polish Army
Air Service, who has arrived
in Riga, Russia, after escaping
from a Bolshevik prison camp
near Moscow. Captain Cooper
was shot down and made a
prisoner last July.
Ofmm Who bw RW
Cises Ra.. Fsia. Dsh
v&Cbpes.
NNW TOer. Aprl -I w.
British seet selesrv agent
American, army liatfllgenee
whos. path$ Orosse bpe f as
by Ghanee. when they dined at
1i11 iWN 300 miles north t
Circle, met again aeoesa laI
table at the Hotel Astor. They
Sir Paul Dukes and Capt. KegM
tin. Both bad been Invited to
the members of the Merehats' AA
sociation of New York en "Raeegt
From Within."
Sir Paul and Captain Martin bed
not laid eyes on each etber &inee they
said good-by and west doch &bobt *IS
own country's buslienas, ad neitber
had any Idea of the identity of his,
fellow-speaker until the ebairman.
William Hamlin Childs. started to in.
troduce one to the other.
EzPMsLiM JT Rums.
Captain Margin spent three ad eo.
,half years in Russia under the
rogimce of the Car. Keready, 4ad
Lenin. Sir Paul. who spent much of
his youth in Russia and took part in
the 1917 revolution was esplled - b
the Bolsheviki. but returned as a sew
cret agent of his government and rM
mained in the country disguised as
a Russian workman.
Captain Martin declared that Bol.
shevism, not American and *ilL4
blockade, was reeionsible for too
economic plight of Russia.
"They tell you that Petrograd %at
other cities of Russia are dying be.
cause we blockaded Russia." he said.
"A greater lie has never been sprend
upon a credulous people. Russia i
dying today, her industry is goee be.
cause Bolshevism has destroyed Indi
vidual initiative ahd human avabltion.
There is, just one way for Rusia 10
be reconstructed. and that is for Cene
munlsm to fall.
"If Lenin wants to give in, as sOme
people would have you believe he ba
apparently given in, he has just one
step to takir-the re-establshment
of private property and the re-estab.
lishment of reward for individual
effort.
3OLSREVIU AIMS.
"The Bolshevik has a peculiat
philosophy. Where he finds a mind
lie thinks he can readily convert he
seeks to convert it. Where he Gade
a mind he thinks he cannot readily
convert he seeks to bewilder it. He
has ben bewildering the mind of
America most remarkably. He stands
ready to make any promise any
"where. any time, ts anybody, just s.
long as he can promote the cause
of Bolshevism, and the moment he
finds that promise no longer serves
his purpose he stands ready to
break it and laugh in the face 9C
the man who has been duped.
"A Bolshevik official told me oa
my last trip to Moscow they had
one motive destruction of all orgatt
ized governments and the setting up
of the World Soviet Republic. I
asked:
"'Do you mean to tell me you are
going td try to destroy my govern
ment.o
'No,' he said. 'I do not tell pan
we will try to do it: I tell you to
your face we will do it: we will
wreck you from within as we wreck
ed from within.'
"I laughed at him, but I did not
laugh. long after I returned to thie
country and saw what they were
doing. Let us not be duped!
"They tell you bolshevism is chang
ing. I tell you that Bolshevism will
change only when Bolsemism fall*
When Lenin begins to change his
policies of communism he knows bet
ter than any other man knows that
It means suicide. He Is not the sul
ciding kind."
Sir Paul related a number of hu
morous incidents in which he had out
witted the soviet officials during his
surreptitious sojourn in Russia.
CLIQUR RUIS RUSSIA.
"Russia."'he said. "is dominated by
a tiny clique. The population is somo
thing like 150.000.000. According t*
the maximum estimnate ever given by
Lenin himself the numerical strength
of the Bolshevik party amounts to
roughly half a million: that is to sav.
less than one-hdir of one per cot ot
the entire Russian nation,
"If you go and ask the Russian
worker or the Russian peasant, they
will tell you this Is not a dictator
ship of the proletariat. but a dictater
ship over the proletariat."
Spasmodic attempts of the workers
to ie agans the Bolshevik goversa
men ha faledup until now. fSir Psali
said. because or the intricate system
of espionage, modeled after that r,f
Ozarist days. and the utern' methouds of
(ruel repression utilIsed by the Lenin
government. The peasents, he added,
had held aloof fro~m the counter-revo
lutions led by Knlehsk and Wrengel
because they feared thos ovemehts,
if s'tceessful. presag'ed faction and
the returni of the lsndlords to owner
ship of their farms.
"Piut the outbreaks of the workers
witll enntinue." S4ir Paul went on, "The
whole e.f Russia is sirrply simmering
with discontent anld will revelt. And
the persunt is playing a waiting game.
When he can' he perfectly mure there
is no~ chane for enmplete reaction,
then ho wilt turn, snd he will turn
violently against hisi oppremere to
da~'y."
'CHICKENS MAY RUN WILD,
SAYS NEW TOWN LAW
GtAYN VALYfP:Y. Mn., April 29.
Front! Boy! Page Rev, Voliv5.
Th-- gsy night life of thig d Ig t i
Icon tinule.
I citizens of this town, irith a h'u
mornus vein in .their utbkeup, nave
decrr-d the following.
'All ehickens suhl be allowed to
run wild on the streets at night as
will as by day .'
The citisens decided the ahove ques
tin by a soinn referendum vote, lt..
formintin was not aivallable as to
wh'h-r er not the "important" issue
was dielded by the majority vot.w at
the "weaker sea." who just ree*ll
gaineli their right to the bsllot. mak
Inlg heavy appearance at the polls.
lI owe'. #r, the chicl~eni. are of the
feath.ereil variety.
2,000OLOBSTERS SEIE
EACH WEEK IN BOSTON
r:OMTON, Anii '.'-- More then
.VI0I sho.rt lnhwters s*Mipped here :)
on nf o Fishe'r a :t i ';*.n. i int
ci - h .: dod-buted aiong the
s hore.s of Ni, p.nchuritt4 bey. *n be
caugt av!nbstermen whenr thiey at.
tai th leallength of nine inebae,

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