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All sseoaducted waith .co==mle. for borrowers. t. BUNDERS " CO., d4- ear1th st..W. by tA. Di809'$00 of C0kio MADAM D'ABHMAN. 1 in and card reader. Ad AesNo Dall; Sunday mntiw 684. 7TN 14th Ft. N. W. o roya irvyn an ist, to read your entire i f . Put. rind future; eae asks ao'questions, Games, dat nyted ftht o usiness love, health ad fami afairn. ae of who you will marry whew If the one you love Is true or Wnt part of the ountry I luk t"ou and just what to do to be In 11fe. Brings the separated -resmoves troubles of all nature so win and held the on you love. .s .W., between 4th sad Ttit.' PROF. ARTHAN, Noted ypiritualist Medium. Giv rivate readig daily on all . advhse. Gives. full names. teMets. Devel pin ela meets at . oornr th ae4 BG PTAN PALMIST AND MEDIUM. mGives da advice an business, love. leh and family affairs; tells the dame of future husband or wife and how t win thf one you love rs' Quarrels er family troubles, toils what business and what part of the world Is luckiest for you and how to avoid all trouble. Ph Frank ina 337-J. Special $3 readings. 6 rente this week. $31 Tth st. N. W., at to ilye I, Opp. McCrory's t0 stol. n PROF. BELMONT NOTED CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST. Can read you life by the lines In your balm. which are the rerd of your life. Ig a~graduate of two college of palm wlth his wonderful gif of second night. enables him to lift the veil of mys tery and reveal to you important matters et your future life. 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CAMs 2Oub J0641 KMAnftM.THaCSI bAOULb AbS e M Taoo be4 tat1 A .ft - AJ-00aJ AUCTION SALES BY VIRTUE of a certain deed of trust, duly recerded in Liber No. 3864 at foli 10T of the Land Records of the District ef Columbia, and at the request of the rates secured thereby, the undersigned trust.. will sell at public auction at the offiee of Thomas J. Owen and Sen. 1331 O St. N. W., Washington. D. C.. on Wednesday the 4th day of January, 1933, at 3 o'cleck p. m., the following described lend and premises situated in the City of Washington, District of Columbia: Lot. numbered nineteen (10) and twenty (20) in square numbered thirty-three hundred and ninety-one (3381) in the subdivision known a. Chillum Castle Heights as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Book 42 Terns: One-third cash, balance in equal installments at one and two years, with interest at 6 per centum per annum, paya ble semi-annually from the day of sale. and secured by deed of trust on the prop erty sold, or all ca* at the purchaser's option. A deposit of 1200 will be re quired at the time of sale. All con veyandng and recording, will be at the purchaser's most. Terms to be complied with within ten days, otherwise the trustee reserves the right te resell at the risk and cost of the defaultin urhaser. CONTINENTAL TRUfST CO.. Trustee. __ Erskine Gordon, Trust Officer. BY VIRTUB ot a eertain deed of trust. de rsesrded in Liber No. 4000 at folio 124 a the Land Records of the District of Columbhe. and at the request of the parties seured thereby, the undersigned Trustees ill sell at Public Auction at the office of Thomas J. Owen and Bon. 1331 O street. Washington, D. C., on Wednee day the 4th day of January, 1923. at 3 o'clock P. in.. the following described land and premises situated in the City of Washington. District of Columbia: Lots numbered sixty-six (64) and sixty-seven (OT) In square numbered thirty-seven hun dread and five (3103) In the subdivision known as Chillum Castle Height as per plat re4orded In the ffies of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia In 4$ rms: One-third cash, balance In equal installments at one and two years, with in terest at 6 per centum per annum, paya ble semi-annually from the day of sale. and secured by deed of trust on the prop erty sold, or all cash, at the purohaser's option. A deposit of $200 will be required at the time of sale. All convey. acing and recording will be at the purchaer's cost. Terms to be complied with within ten days. otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. W TON J. LAMBE T, Br .T -OK Y 'Trusi BY VIRTUE of a certain deed of trust. duly recorded in Liber No. 4131 at folio 31 of the Land Records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the parties secured thereby, the undersigned Trustees will sell at Public Auction at the office of Thomas J. Owen and Son. 1831. O street N. W.. Washington, D. C.. on Wednesday the 4th day of January, 19322 at 3 o'clock p. m., the following described land and premises situated in the County of Washington. District of Columbia: Lots numbered fifty-five (1$) and fifty-six (56) in square numbered twenty-three hundred and nineteen (2313) in the subdivision known as Chevy Chase Park, as per plat recorded in the office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia in the County Book 87 page 37. Terms: One-third cash, balance in equal Installments at one and two years, with in terest at 6 per centum per annum, paya ble semi-annually from the day of sale, and secured by deed of trust on the prop erty sold. or all cash at the purchaser's option. A deposit of $ee will be required at the time of sale. All conveyancing and recording will be at the purchaser' cost. Terms to be compiled with within ten days, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. WILTON J. LAMBERT, GEORGE B. FRASER, Trustees. EDUCATIONAL Franhn 4418 and 4486 1728-1740 P Bt. N. W. Prepares for College and Pro fessional school work; for Service Schools, Consular and Diplomatic Examinations. Winter Semester DAY AN3W - EVNING SCHOOL 703 MEN AND DOTS .Begin. Jan. 4, 1922 Beginning olasues in English. Math., Chemistry, Foreign language. Second mencester classes in all sub jects. Women's Departmnent Eveniag School Begins Jam. 5 Kof C EVENING SCHOOL, me0 Strest N. W. All Courses 13 Weeks. Start January 3, Auto Mechanies Electric Wiring Radio Mechanical Drawing Shop Mathematics and Slide Rule. Register now. 3 a. m. to B p. mn. Daily. Mon., Wed.. Friday. from 7 to a p. m. Fra. to Great War Vetterans_ American University The following coes, given at the downtown etero the Uni versity. 1861 and 1937 PFSt. N. W., are open to new registrations. WInter Teym Begtms an..,1322 Ae3g.-A mertes Lega Nlewr inteetbeel Le-PteMwpr Osaeuueiee Ue.........-e.a....i.. Law Cleime AsemOe Perise Sesesets Beitemi JetWredese--SReO La5, Sesum of Lsiie-Amerie Goms ee.-ess mad sdit Tuae WiS Se Useb-Ueduge Toung MUtsp et U. Su M US.-Prsg aS.Uet0s of Be Wed-uOAsessissap - M. .... . soen Tiemes madUesesseses ses PeebluSe-U5eqs MOdere Leessag-Theisu , a .00 KI AV ~M5 14M@ wOU'Lrj ASTLr p taT W tfra SUES DAD FOR MONEY-SPENT IN COURTING GIRL Youth Thinks Father Ought to Pay for Buggy Hire After She Threw Him Down. PORT DEPOSIT. Md. Dec. 30. Alleging that the enouragement given him by the father has worked hardship, a suit has been entered by a prominent young man at of this county before a local m to to recover a sum of money spent for buggy and automobile hire while try ing to Induce- the daughter of the de fendant to become his wife. The plaintiff states that It was at the suggestion of the father that, the alliance be entered into and that he exhaggted every means to accomplish the task, but was repulsed and finally peremptorily dismissed. The erstwhile suitbr has made his Intended affinity the defendant in an fther suit to recover the many tokens he had showered upon, her or their equivalent in money. SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. SELLS 16 MILLIONS IN REAL ESTATE CHICAGO, Dec. 30.-Sears-Roebuck t Co. today reported the sale to 1y lus Rosenwald. predsnt of :,the company, of certain Its Chicago real estate for $16,000.000, and the gift of 50,000 shares of stock from Rosenwald, thus permitting the com pany "to go through this period of readjustment with its' capital unim paired and with small surplus." Rosenwald already has made the first payment of 25 per cent on the real estate In cash and Liberty bonds. Rosenwald'* gift of 50,000 shares of stock, having a par value of $5,000,000, was on condition that these shares be not sold for less than par and that he be given the option for a period of three years to purchase them from the com pany at par for cash. A. H. Loeb, vice president of the company, said: "According to a forecast of the final 1921 figures. it is evident that the year now ending will result in a large net loss, but by reason of Mr. Rosenwald's purchase of the prop erty and gift of stock the company will be enabled to go through this period of readjustment with its capi tal unimpaired and with a small surplus. The company is now op erating at a profit, its condition is daily improving and the outlook is decidedly promising." OHIO OPENS BIDS FOR PAYiN . SOLDIER BONUS COLUMBUS, Ohio. Dec. 30.-When bids for the $20,00000 Ohio soMiers' bonus were opened yesterday by the liate sinking fund commIssioners, it was found that the highest bid. 520, 5363202, plus accrued interest to date of delivery, on a par basis of 101.766, was submitted by H. E. Weiss, as agent for the followin bak ad bonding houe: 1 n Stacey & Braun, Toledo; Pirst Na tional Bank. New York; Cleveland Trust Company; Richards, Parish A Lamson, Cincinnati and Cleveland; Brown Brothers & Company, New York; Lee, Higginson & Company, New York; Blair & Company, New York; Illinois Trust and Baving. Bank, Chi cago, and the Merchants' Loan and Trust Company, Chicago. Formal award is expected to be mede soon. - IF OU WANTY TE DUS IN and ris Mue emia Main 74'78. 1a sther 3343. ______PROPOSALS. OsrFICE OF ThE COMMI NEgoRuaD, Uqaied proposal will be recerived'at ro * iastict i.dI or cuntil I olt rp. m. Jonuma nry 11 , 133 rCs onwtrpp S HOUSES WANTED WAoisD-'-rom hoe rein Suburb pro eties; nerar Goeebnn et.Aie 6I Plerida eve. N., W. B*USIN'lliPRPERTY WANTED aer. sve,erjrend. LAKE SCOOLn L.9 Tlr i1sQJ M.u~H PRSUED WIFE - IN AIPLAE TO WIN BACK LOVE Husband Failed, However, and Now She Seeks Divorce in New Jersey. NUTLEY. N. J.. Dec. 30.-A wife's flight with her baby from Havana to Key West, Fla., in an airplane, and her husband's pursuit of her in an other plane, which failed by only two hours of catching her, was told .in the suit for separate maintenance brought by Mrs. Beatrice Horter, of Nutley, against her husband. Gladstone Horter. Horter was arrested late Wednes day night at his parents' home on a writ obtained by his wife .and locked ug in default of $2,000 bond not to leave the State until the determina tion of the aetlon. Mrs. Horter stated in her complaint that she' and Horter were living on a sugar plantation two miles out of Havana, and in April last they had a quarrel, during which he told her to leave. Acting on this she went to Havana, where she took an airplane for Key West. Horter engaged a plane and set out after her. Arriving at Key West he bnmediately took a train for the North. expecting to find her hers, but while he was hurrying around New Jersey Mrs. Horter was waiting in Key West. When Horter failed to find his wife he returned to Cuba. A few days be. tore Christmas he came to Nutley to visit his own people, but did not call upon her. She learned tha he wished no more to do with her. shy said, and on that she began her action. SCIENTISTS CAN AGAIN EXPLORE IN AFGHANISTAN Archaelogists and other scholars may now travel in Afghanistan upon obtaining permit from the Afghan au thorities, according to information rc ceived by the State Department today from Teheran, Persia. It is understood that British and French scholars are already en route there. The dispatch said Afghanistan presents a promising and untouched field, especially in Grecian Buddhistic archaeology. CONOY Pure Spring Water -is fresh and dElicious. Delivered direct from the spring to your home. Approved by leading physi clans for the kidneys, Bright's dis ease and diabetes. Cony Spring Water Co. (n rse. t. aBun.g. Ih. M. seN. DANCING For Couples Only Nw Year's Eve BLDE LUXE Tomorrow In the Beautiful UPPER BALLROOM ARCADE 14th and Park Road Cses Tiehets, *1.10, luelsdiug tas sad ited comot in dancingtI kaasud. OO VUR,613 ld-Pwiatq ~n as ARCADE .TONIGHT Spesdal Nimagc-Neel Fever, Life Sised "BIRDS" Great New Year Eve Ca==lveaI T.muw.w. Night as. $06A FONTI *1. inone tc e e re only tray. H -iedth the midgets n "r t u it Ra di SobA IOU~arA1pJ Tb COURT HOLDS TEN MIDGETS EQUAL FIVE FULL GROWN NEW YORK. Dec. o.-Ten persons are ten pdruont ordinarily, but when they are midgets, and they all ride in one taxicab, then they are only five. Ma~gistrate Corrigan ruled ye. torday. He sided with the midgets In their dispute with a taxicab driver who wanted to collect $ from them when the meter registered only $1.e the normal charge for five persons. In the dispute preceding the court action one o the midgets, who does a "strong man" act on " the stage, did a tattoo en the driver's knee. It wa as high a he could reach. 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