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8ATUBAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921. TUDYSPEM R1,19. *uilding C During Au E?ncouragj Cte strcton activity in Augu Aty t*'P.-WIC. Dodge Company, A iast, 4920. Contracts award twesty even Northeastern State 022002,ooo. RedoW s ton continues in 4 as lt e6 all, other classes of t oooonted for 34 per In August. amounting 4 1 Publie Weorks and utili U W tiis to $44,797,000 or 20 per S1 t1ta- business buildings, to er .6per cnt; educational sto 9or,000, or 13 per aIu iista buildings to $10, r. w fo ercantile in August amounted to for spy previous month of TWb totpl veiume of contracts let 10 th ter'ritory covered by the F. W. 114i Omany during the first eight fthe of this year has been 10 per grt et than the average for the months of the preceding 00teteauid riew work reported ein January I to September 1, 1921, h". afounted to $3,202.781.000. which I More than double the amount of con ifteti awarded in the same peiiod. New Enghad. In the New England States August building contracts amounted to $20. 0,600, which was practically the same s the July figure. Incltded in the August total were the following items: $7,07k00, or 34 Per attit, for residential buildings; $,47,000, or 28 per cent, for business buildings; $2,623.000, or 13 per cent, for edueational buildings; and $1,974,000, Or 9 per cent, for public workh and Utilities. Total construction contracts let in thfa district during the first eight months of this year have amounted to $18,8,000, which is 19 per cent less than the 'average for the first eight Udenths of the preceding five years. Cestplated new work reported In thi* district during August. 1921, amOunted to $22.87,000. New To* and New Jersey. Contracts awarded during August in New York State and Northern Npw JerSey amounted to $61,10,000, an in Orea"s of 11 per cent over July. The August total included: $$6,683, 0, or 58 per cent, for residential buiIldlngs $9,404,000, or 16 per cent, for buiness buildings; $4,986,000. or I per cent. for educational buildings; St. N. E. $3,300 Small Cash Paynasmt $35,00 Manthy Mder. four -room - and-bath hoes. In good location; front geeh,' trost and rear yards. ...dshed In rear; fine large .is..t. In hous. eS to P.M. B. F. SAUL CO. FroaMis 5493. 934 N. Y. Ave. N. W. JAMES M. CARTER Announces the of Business Broker Mr. E. K. Gibbons, a have charge of this brai If you would sell your If you would buy a bl Mr. Gibbons will giv< to all clients. JAMES M. CA 1317 New York Avenue, PrIoe, Deeber, 1920 The. Alaned T HIS IS A LE5W Tht is net an. If you ow a l $1,04er03nmre, or If you own no in essb, we sa flndtee yout heme you shoiM idaty further In buildi ted11 delvry, and If you order fus the oldd weather. You cannot See mse at enes, Sesd~d Lews beks of Nemeel GUY S sad K' N nstruction 1ust Shows ng Increase st, according to figures 'publshed was 4 per gent greater than in ed during August. 1021, In tile s of the country, amounted to $2.101,000, or 5 per ost, for public works and utilties. Total construction contracts let in this district during the first eight months of tlls year have amounted to n,33,000, which Is 34 pqr oest er than the average for the fi'st eight months of the preceding five years. More than half of the total volume of oonestuction In 19I1 bps been for residential building. Contem ted now work reported in this di t in August anounted to $38,554,000, which was 32 per cent greater than the pmount of contem plated work reported In July. Mliei Alan e States. August building contracts in the Middle Atlantic States (comprising Southern New Jersey, Eastern Penn sylvania. Delaware. Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, and North and South Carolina) amounted to $37.913,0O0 an increase of 44 per cent, over July. The August total was divided as fol lows: $11.493,000, or 31 per cent for public works and utilities: $11.044,000 of 29 per cent, for residential build Ings; $5,6C2.000, or 15 per cent, for edu cational buildings; $5,522,000, or 14 per cent, for business buildings. From January 1 to September 1, 191. the total value of contracts awarded in this district has amounted to $224,264.000, which Is 5 per cent greater than the average for the first eight months of the preceding five years. During August. 1921, contemplated new work was reported In this dis trict to the amount of $51,320.000. bringing the total amount of contem plated work reported for the year' up to $490,042,000, which is more than double the amount of contracts awarded during the same period. PMb sbg Dsrit. August building contracts in west ern Pennsylvania, West Virginia. Ohio, Kentucky and Tennesee. amounted to $32,399,000, a decrease of 29 per cent from July. ,Included in the August total were: 19,493,000, or 29 per oent, for resaien tial buildings; 88713,000, or 24 per cent, for public works and utilities: 44,794,000. or 15 per cent, for educa IFYOUWAM IF YOUWA1 IFYOU WAb IF YOU WA] TALK Gardiner & REA Main 4884 71 & COMPANY, INC. Inauguration a * age Department business specialist, will ich of our organization. business, consult us, isiness, consult us. a his personal attention LRTER & CO. Main 657-658 Special' for This Mor th Only 31,975 .-Ready Cut IS.BILT HONE 8 In the District of Columbia worth lot and can raise 1,000 or mnore for you. Is there any reason why mg. your home? We can make im now you can be in your homte be afford to neglect this opportunity. is be had at tbb efflee. Price, Lie , ZEPP' !ANUFACTUING CO., tLEPIOUM. 0288; F3. 986 1. 1'a . af. 14 Califonia-Type Bungalows Find Buyers Eaiy The, Ave-roem California tyr ano War and leaden Preund on TwAnty-sixth stroet northeast, between Frknklin and Hamin streets, are proving very b bungalows will not be commleted until October 1, but e of the fourteen being built e alreaay been sold. Teiey contain Ateerooma bath and breakfast alcove, and are located on large lots with a 1.: foot alley in e rear. The purchasers are as follows: Mrs. Ednah R. Ke*l, Avah B. Canbam, Ralf L Rem , Free man Weiss, Hugh LAn C. A. Kollmeyer, August P. G pf and E. Stanley Davis. tional buildings. $4,342,000, or 13 per for business buildings. The total amount of contract awards in this district from January 1 to Sep tomber 1, 1021, has amounted to $30. 198,000. an increase of 23 per cent over the average of the first eight months o fthe preceding .five years. In August, 1921. contemplated new work was reported in this district to the amount of $97,026.000. which was three times the amount af contracts awarded in the namen month. The Central West, August building contracts in th Central West (comprising Illinois. In diana, Iowa. Michigan. Wisconsin, Missouri, and portions of eastern Kan mas and Nebraska) amounted to $00.. 245,000, an Increase of I per cent over July. Included In the August total were the following items: $17.141.000. or 29 per cent for public works and utilities; $14.261,000, or 24 per cent, for res dential buildings: $3,787,000. or 16 per cent, for business buildings; $9.016.000. or 16 per cent. for educational build ito. During the fitst eight months of this year contracts awarded In this district have amounted to $444,418.000, which is practically qual to the aver age for the first eit months pf the preceding five years. During August the amount of con templated now work reported in this district amounted to $8,SA6,0 bring Ing the total amount of contemplated work reported this year4p to $972. 170,00, which is more than double the amount of contracts awarded In the same period. The NorthwsL Contracts awarded in August in Minnesota and North and South Da frTOBUY f TO SELL IT TO RENT 4T A LOAN WITH Dent, Inc. rORS 7 14th St. N. W. More of Thi Chas. E. Wire De Sheridan Sample Houme 221 Sheridan St. N. W. R William I 1108 16th St. N.' APARTMENT 19TH AN[ Eight-story ent house to northwest by Ibest G. Walker. one to fve rooms and bath. Thero ing will be completed by April, 19 Russell White is architect. kota amounted to $8,344,000, a decrease of 25 per cent fro July. Included in the August total were: *2,767,00. or 83 per cent. for residen ti buildings; and $2,18,000, or 26 per cent, for public works and utilities. Contracts awarded in the district during the first eight months of this year have amounted to 36,153,0W. which is 38 per cent grdater than the average for the same period of the preceding five yews. CoNtemplated new work reported in this distrit during August amounted to $11.TTO, bringing the total vol um of completed work reported this year up to *1431,56,000. which is nearly A Reall New B4ngalov ONLY 0 OthersSl e Deicription Pive large rooms and bath em attle, paee enough for two fbi tive wall lighting; porches. Bre man set; other built-in feature house Ideal In design and ars best materials. A home built I venieng. Large lot; high elevati $9to MONTHLY OPEN SUNDAY I Take Brookland cars to 12 Rhode Island Ave. to 12th St. N ALLAN E WAL 813 15th St. N. W. >se Beautiful tached Homes On St.N. W. see amm 44 S wes i.Q Takesm Park.) a~e an leage esb; or eantr house; let des1Y3 $9,500 EASONABLE TERMS [. Hartung trec Agent V . - Main $'72 HOUSE FOR ) COL. ROAD be erected at 1901 Colu bia road The aprtments will con in from twill two elevators. The build 22, and will cost $200,000. Frank two and a half times the amount of contracts awarded in the same Period. U. S. WHOLESALE GROCERS PROTEST PACKERS DECREE The National Wholee.e Grocers' Association has filed a protest with the Department of Justice against anv modification of the recent court de- I cree which divorced the big packing concerns from their grocery Interests. To allow the packing Interests to re engage In the grocery bu04ness would be "against the pubic Interest," thI protest set. forth. foine-A r in Brookland ME LEff are Comlton a. floor (two bedroom). 1ar. ished rooms. Fireplace; attrac akfast alcove with built-in Pull . Cement cellar under whole, agement. Substantially built of w real home comfort and con n; room for garag. $1,000 Cash PAYMENTS 'OR INSPECTION. h and Perry 8t., or drive out , E., thence on 12th to Perry. KER & CO.,Inc. Main 426 DENT C04SEL 'MD0 ESTAT TO ISADORFREUND Mayoroft, Show Plaoe of 25 Acres on St. Clemnt y, Brings $25,000. Unusual activity in real estate i shown by the following report Of Gard Iner & Dent, Inc.. of sleN Of city and suburban residential property, to ahin $140,600. Maereftt U Iwe. Isadore round purchased the coun try estate known as Maycroft, lo csted on at. Clement bow in at. darys county, Nd. It consists of twenty-five aCMe of land with a hait mile of water front on the bay. The Improvements consist ot a band -.m California bungalow ontainguf ten rooms, two baths OW Modern 000 ven lences. This property baa the reputation of tein one Of the show p "ace . southern Mar I . It was built by Mlford e'" n copied alter a California estate. i)I said that the bungalow cost in the neighborhood of 2.O. In addition to the main dwelling there are t able houses for seuvnt@ a" a Wallg with other outbuildingS. There are a privar fa pond. hot house, beautiful flowers Sd shrub bery special YCbt th Li bath houses. etc. At this particular point fihng ad bathing, dock and ganie sotnare excellent. Mr. s und epects to Oebpy the premes during the summer monthe oTo Toubrand years ago the omans bult of brick, and their wor still rax.ds. anmonumet to the endurance of tis product. Two hundred Years aw our Coloni fOmthme built of w. and some of their work still stands, a monment to the beauty of the style in which they Troaghwe offer a brick residents of Coonia design. a monument to permnence and beauty: con. tas ten roome and three bathe. and two-car garage. InOpect It. 29 QUINCY STRET, CHEVY CH Er, MD. The street Opposite the Che y hande Cub. W.C. &AANILLER un levad inhis iag. sb-Dots P. dVirgin wo= 2J Out of 500 L You've never before I price on such terms, or h~ Washington's most excellt with handsome residence electricity and watekwork bile bolevard in this vicl This is the last rema 04aez .is -f-tinn is sold sihurbark lot-, Wi u Gore Web 631 1 and te hunting es=ass. b house o l The onsideation. bwhuii tho fur aiture and quipmenat about .corner store and stock at Clip ton' Prinesergs eoupty was soud Car ITZ A. Parker to Dugpe uegw & am to$rMAN. The meats ommle at a stome a"d nine~roen iwatg. with other outbulig& Tr are about 2% aes Of lad which faces- on the Washington. Leewt@W3. Madrosuck A"d pl Cataway State roads. AMh-,a s Mem. Lieutenapt a.mander Henry F. schoenborn purchased the house at 6801 Connecticut avenue, Chevy Chase. Md. This is a detached hoe. de1ght fully . situated between the Chevy Chase and Columbia Cipotry Clubs. It ban a wide frontage on Connecticut avenue and extends back about 200 feet. The house is of Colonial design and contains ten rooms, two bathe ad moder convnimences. It was wad for W. R. said Mary C. Grovermann for about $18,000. The purchaser will occupy It. Maurice M. Powers purchased a new Colonial brick dwelng reoosmuY bu~lt by U. J. Kam at 16? Chliora street northwest. It contains ten rooms, two baths, and modern con venleaces. Ther Is a double brick garage. The lot has, a frontake ot' twenty-fite feet an* a depth f 125: feet to atifteen-foot paved alley. The consideration was $20AN1. The Pur chaser will qcoupy It. A. A. Joues bought a twb-stey. semi-bungalow at 1216 Oliver street, Chevy Chase. D. C.. costaining eight rooms, bath, with moder aonven tenses. The lot Is sixty feet by 10 feet. There is a garge. It was sad for C. R. Cark. ot Pittsburgh. for about $10,600. A two-story brick house at 1664 Irv ing street northwest containing eight rooms, two bathe, with front and rear porches and a goe lot. nsdfor Clay Talluman and Joan 10- 7"fMan far NEW WOODRID 14 Unde ( * SOLD BEPOR1 Five row" -osl Essah Lot 4zi| 31&-toot aft, Prie qst Wn. Cor.er . Reasonal Three of these bungalow. are move in on September 10. The bungalows will be oo101p1 SEE U1 Plaas and Terias M. & R. B. Warren and 1418 Eye S Franklin 1484. Afte dase Your Hom ia-Higi ites' Ride, One ots, Only85Re ad the opportunity of bU I such a splendid cmmunt. i sit residential sub . "CIO ;, having laid-out styst, cone a and served by the finest ele inity. , ining block of unsold lots in out your opportunity to secu: I i be gone. - ,$125 to lnrestr n vaue. You y86 retsain unsod out of the CAR AT 12TH AND PA. A 'osta~lce building at 12th and non boulevant and walk one bli stave on the Proiperty Em Ont This Afternoon er Su Iderburn *anylvania Avenue Di Talenhana. Main 830 about s11.s5e to . a. A4lm, Wm ftrn M. ia ta*We at I VAN and tbe amw .TPw vw .t. I An t~nivedeaew iuue i e ws - : V~nu*m Prk.was P"u by.~ 4. and VIrginia Z. Har~so to WI' CmCwU for NEAW A twostory and a b1 ery amvenue at parh per was w for he to fther BDots by Clarene J. P06404. LeAr. Nelson purchas se. the am ofrke a ouen at 2 utrest northwest for 33.. pit. chaser w occupy on. CHURCH BUYS NEW SIT ThROUGH J. LEO KOI* [mar"n the Past week retyS 21V 'Nw York avenue MAL 112 Ussey &venue was purchase ftr OR erection of th e Chum of the HOW Raent. The church ill o6 New York avenue. havfmngT a-W~ri o( ixy feet. 0Dnatrut&em week; be started eearty next week.MIs and ote ae the aresitet, $i The est of the churcs es at "A0. s9s emiat in the DM7 The trnsacetion wa 0180ed tr the oeftie of J. LAO Koib. VIR'INIA COTTON MILLS REOPEN AFTER 9 MON*~ Z MGB.. Va., Oet 10-A a suspensIon of Wane munthm." Pocahontas an the Matea7 co,5 milu two of the ermt st* plants in this non of the U..ut-o wme resme Opeation as 1.m s thue is sutficeftt Water in the At,, pemttox river to supply 90owe"s -9 BUNGALWS i COM $5EON i and bath. ileewe. wd $7100 uan Usold rn.hAm s iTonna -now cin, twofaile w ee w$S equppe ti arond and a. FNOW ?!na H igoftandS,& a treetll.Wan.atoio dhiiaHandsM re the best brgn in orst Salec usembr hisaa as e ofms sr-Inu" section.bul,, tie airnand autsessoo erthe be st barginmeer $2gial500,poe hi ry Dasy gs lcmw Bed. Tpn errt t I .-w mu.