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intic Building Operation Winfield Preston Already Well Under Way. gigantic building operation in (vlitl the erection of about eighty houaea. repreaentng an Invari ant of'approximately tl.OOO.OOO, la well under way by Winfield it,; one of Washington moat cetlc builderb. These new homes being built on Spring place and Spring road. Just to the east of Sic teenth street. McKeever A Ooaa are ' the selling agents for the entire -?pratlon. i The first unit In this program con ilstlng of fourteen six-room and bath homes and three eight-room and two-bath houses has been completed and sold and are now practically all ?coupled by the new purchasers. This unit Is on the south side Of Spring place. A second unit of eleven houses on the north side pt Spring place Is now just under roof and according to the selling ' tgents all but two are already sold. Ground was broken ten days ago , tor the third - unit of twenty-four houses on the south side of Spring road, facing the new proposed Gov .darninent park. The other unit* will be started as rapidly as possible as It is the plan of the builder, to com plete the entire operation before next Winter. The wonderful success of this Jarre program of new homes indicate* fwyond a doubt, the stability of real estate values In Washington and '^4MK>n?tratea that the people of Washington are real home owners. The rapidity with which these houses have sold, it is believed, eclipsed any Mtrdlar operation in the history of tbe city. The prices of the six-room ; houses rang* from $9,750 up to $11, 600 with the larger homes selling Stop as high as $25,000. AUTO INJURIES PROVE r FATAL TO STAUNTON MAN STAUNTON. Va? April 15.?Ollta I P Harlow, thlrty-alx years old, died here yesterday from injuries re New Action Insures Building Trade Amity One of th? thorns in the aids of the building industry has been the matter of jurisdic tional disputes between various trades. A Ions step toward the solution of this problem was taken at ? recent meeting of the building interests of the country, represented by the general contractors, architects, engineering council, and build-' itig trades department of the American Federation of Labor. A resolution was passed pro vidipg for the* suspension of any local union by their local council if they refuae to abid?s by decisions of the national board. Contractors will refuse to employ members of a union that refuses to comply with these decisions. It is hoped that this resolu tion will result in more effective co-operation between workman, employers and professional men interested in construction work. ceived In an automobile accident Tuesday evening south of Staunton, when W. Frank Proctor, of Lexing ton. was Instantly killed. Harlow's body will be taken to Greenville for burial today. MOTHER SURRENDERS SON ACCUSED OF ROBBERIES BOSTON, April IK.?Sobbing bit terly, but making the sacrifice be cause she believed It to be "right," Mrs. Margaret Burke led ner strug gling seventeen-year-old son to Charlestown police headquarters yesterday and there surrendered him as one of the youths wanted in connection with at least two hold-upe that have taken place in Somerville within the last f*-w days. Ouns were used in both robberies, and In one of them the offenders escaped after a warm exchange of shots with pursuing police. ? Woodbury, Poe Speaker. CHARLOTTESVILLE. Vs., April 16.?Dr. George E. Wood berry, of Beverly, Mass., celebrated author and poet and charter member of the Poe Shrine, will be the leading speak er at the Poe celebration to be held at the University of Virginia April 26 to 26, Inclusive. Attractive 6-room and bath, brick dwelling; good heat ing plant; space fir garage. Owner will sacrifice, as he is 1818 H St. N. W. Main 4236 Willett Heights, Virginia 100 BUILDING LOTS 5 2-10 miles from White House, 1 mile from Claren don; price $76 to $475: on Chain Bridge Road opposite Mt. Olivet Methodist Cnurch, 3 minutes' Lacey Station on Wash. & Old Dominion Railway (16 minutes George town), 7 minutes' Lacey Station on Falls Church line (28 minutes 12th-Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.). Best service out Washington! Ground high elevation, 316 feet, many attractive sites. Prices ridiculously low. Sizes: Some large as 65 feet front, 231 feet deep; smallest 50 feet front, 126 feet deep. (47 more than >4 Acre; sidewalks; hedge planted; shade trees. COME OUT SUNDAY $25.00 Cash 40 ^ $12.00 Month NOW SOLD Inclade* Interest Te W.n Satisfied Purchaser* HOW TO REACH ON ELECTRIC CARS 12th and Pa. ave. line to Lacey Station (28 minutes' ride). Get off, walk north to property, about 7 minutes' walk, or take car 36th and M Sts. (Washington and Old Dominion Railway, Bluemont branch), get off Lacey Sta tion, walk north to property, 3 minutes. BY AUTO Cross Aqueduct bridge, through Cherrydale to Living stone Heights, turn south Livingstone Heights, you are at property; by way of Clarendon, on main Falls Church road, turn at Lacey Station and are only short distance from property, on main road between Ballston and Liv ingstone Heights, directly opposite Mt. Olivet Church. Lots plainly marked. Inspect any time. WILL BE SOLD! See what is offered; if suited (that is, fully satisfied) you are getting 100 cents' value for every dollar, you pay. buy lot vou like best. Prices refer to blue prints, which will be given you. Prices plainly marked. Can inspect lota yourself; take all time you want. I took ground as exclusive agent, putting my own prices on lots. Lower than anything around nearby Vir ginia. Predict quick sales, want only satisifed clients. Plats, prices, all information at office on grounds Sun day, April 16. Gladly give any information. Come out Sunday. Sub-division high, dry, cool and healthy. Well located. ' Don't take my word. Look at other sub-divisions, then you will be convinced. WALTER CHARA I Specialise Is Nearby Virginia. Exclusive Agent 1309 H St* N. W. Phone Main 4928 WARREN OFFICE OFFERS 12 MORE CITY DWELLINGS Five-room Bungalows Have Many Convenienoee and Are Eaeity Accessible. A new group of twelve five-room bungalows have Just been put on the market for sale by M. and R B Warren and Isadora Freund. build era and owners. They are located on Twenty-aeventh street northeast, between Hamlin and Vista streets, just two and one-half bocks south of Rhode I sand |venu?. Last tall four ten similar bungalow* were offered by the same firm, and all ware sold before completion. In this fast growing subdivision with all district Improvements In,: no trouble experienced In showing a prospective buyer where the real value lies In one of these popular homea. They are moderately priced and make Ideal homee for young couples, being close to the city, but with every advantage In the way of Crwh air and op?n country (or young growing children. Some of the feature* contained In these homes are open fire-places; hardwood floor*, numsrous floor plugs; laundry tuba In cellar. The lota are large with room for garage and garden. Kvery man know* that ex ere lee la essential to happiness and health and by working In his garden, he can get "this and make It pay. In thla section every one (s a home owner and great prlds la evidenced by each ndlvidual In the beautifying of hla home and surrounding lot. Stores of every character are con venlenty located. Also a district school Is only three squares away with no car tracks for the children to croea. POSING AS DRY AGENTS FOUR HELD FOR BRIBERY NEW YORK, April IB.?Charged with Impersonating Federal prohibi tion officers and demanding bribes, i Thomas Kelly. James MoQuire, James Ryan, and Charles Morton pleaded not guilty before Federal Commissioner Rasquln In Brooklyn yesterday. Walter Larien, Brooklyn hotel pro prietor, testified the four men visit ed him and offered to refrain from causing trouble If he would pay |U0. He sakl he laid a trap for them, and the police arrested them while he wu paying them with marked hills. The men were held for further hearing. We Make No Promises * Our Improvements Already Made rims ARTBIUlf WATER from wall 266 feat deep. pumped by automatic) electric ayetein to S6,?0?-callon tank at elevation of 100 feat above streets. MODBlUf HWBR ITIT1I. With Outlet to Potomac River HSfB ITMBTI, With Brtck Baaa and Gravel Top. Camaat Bldewalke and Fine Oraaa Parkins Flve-Tear-Old Shade Traaa. ?tatlea. Amply Lighted at lflftit. Separate Toilet Facllltlea for Man aad Woman. Blxlria Llskt aad Ttbfkaa* Oaaaattteaa. Ail theae NOIIKHV CONVB%Ui5CBI. double lota, (Oilli feet and 1arser, from lie to lto par equare foot AT 14 amVi'BI from lfth and Pannaylvaala Avenue on Waeklngton Alexandria BleeLrlo RaUrvaO- -the beat Hut urban Hervloe out of Waak liftaa. Telephone or wrtto for appointment to take you In one of our autemobllaa, or ooma In and talk about our apodal prleea to bo me balldara Term* $25 caah each lot, balance $12 per month, which includes all Interest WALTER OHARA Exclusive Agent 1309 H St N.W. Phone Main 4928 Branch Office on Property Open Daily BAY RIDGE ON CHESAPEAKE BAY . .. _ Washington's only high-class "Summer Home Colony" on salt water with wide, sandy beach that can be reached by easy drive over good roads. BEAUTIFUL SHADED LOTS Now being offered at reasonable prices and on easy terms. Drive down and see this wonderful property, only three miles south of Annapolis, Md. Representatives on Grounds. Write or phone us for illustrated booklet. LANHAM & HILL 1400 H Street N. W. Main 366 A Real Modern Home "A Home of Splendor and Comfort"? Built of the Best Material and Workmanship. Buff tapestry brick; 6 real large rooms and tiled bath; parquet floors; large front and back porches; brick garages in rear. Nos. 3905, 3907, 3909,3911 GEORGIA AVE. N. W. Terms and Price Reasonable Our Salesmen Will Be There Sunday and Monday, Between 10 A. M. and 6 P. M. District Realty Investment Exchange, Inc. 934 New York Ave. N. W. Phones Main 1050-1051 Mr. Home Buyer Mr. Broker: When It Cornea to Proper REAL ESTATE FINANCING That Is Our Job ' ' 1 * ? We Can Negotiate Loans Secured By FIRST AND SECOND TRUST Quickly, Satisfactorily and. Economically Conntlt Our Loan Department Shannon ? & mcHg] 713 14th St. Main 2345 JOE C. BROWN 1317 F St. N. W. "Homma for Sale to Colored" "Easy Payment Plan** pillllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUILIIIIIilllllUlIIIIti n 4F"?ST-NVI I If You Are Looking For f | Something New | Inspect Houses Adjoining St Gabriel's I | New Catholic Church 1 I 7th AND WEBSTER STS. | ? Thaaa koivn an> Aftnvnt fram the trdlMrr Wi hMm. Thar ara S = atarh dM-por and hara lar??r roorao??nd ara built ?pa?laUr far paHiaa ? ? dmlrlu to rant aat raoaa. a* a comnlata flat ud atlil ratiila rafflniaat ? ~ ipaca far thamaalvaa. E Take 9th Street Car to Varnum Street N. W. I E and Walk East 2 Squares % FORCE YOUR HOUSE TO PAY FOR ITSELF = YOU CAN EASILY RENT 2D FLOOR FOR == = ENOUGH TO MAKE MONTHLY PAYMENTS I INSPECT TODAY 1 ainillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinitlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllir.; Owners of Colored Property * I have a large demand for colored prop erty. I have a buyer for that piece of colored property you want to sell. Do you want service? Across New Key Bridge Fort Myer Heights , ' (Colonial Heights Subdivision) New Detached Homes Seven modern homes, just completed; four minutes' ride from Washington, just across the new Key bridge, containing 5, 6, and 7 rooms with bath, electric lights, eras and furnace. School across the street. Immediate possession. Price $6,000 to $7,000 Easy Terms See Your Broker or C. H. & K. M. Livingstone Owners and Builders Room 505, 1317 F SL N. W. Main 700 or 256 Clar. 44W-2 $20 A MONTH ? |$20 A MONTH * f SPECIAL SALE of LOTS IN LYON PARK LYON PARK continues the fastest growing, fastest sell ing, most popular Virginia suburb. Only 22 minutes from heart of city by unsurpassed trolley service. $250,000 WORTH SOLD IN 1921 Come to Lyon Park Sunday Compare it for price, loca tion, beauty and advantages with any other suburb in Vir ginia, Maryland or the Dis trict. You'll see the reason# for its tremendous success. REMEMBER? Land values in Arlington County are mounting faster than ever before in its his tory. Get your land in LYON PARK before the raise. NOW IS THE TIME ? Buy and build in 1922. See LYON PARK tomorrow. We help you build: How to Roach Lyon Park 1. Tkke Fails Chnn* line trailer at Mt. Vernon ItoOwt; Button, 11th street and PnuMflruli ave OM off at I<yon Park 8ta ConuDutatlon far*. , 1#H mit?. t. Drive over Rl|twir BrUft and Military Road, over enicnU road aonth of Arllnjrton Cemetery to Hatfield, and thonr* to Tort Vfjfr. Take Fort Aveane to Lyon Park. >. Phone Main 1145 for to drtre rem to proportj. RUBY LEE MINAR Sale* Manager 412 Evans Building Main 1145 $20 A MONTH A MONTH M-O-N-E-Y To Loan on REAL ESTATE Owners?Builders?Brokers First and Second Trust Funds now available in any amount. Immediate consideration given to all applications. CLARENCE F. WELCH "Raal Estate Loan Spacialut" 717 14th Street N. W.. Main 4299 Own Your Home No, we ar? net eat te aefl 70a one. We are Heating Specialist*. But if you own your home, or about to build or buy one, give a thought to the HEATING SYSTEM If your heating plant is antiquated or not 0# the right sort, you will find it the most perplexing problem on your hands when winter comes. The man of affairs prepares in advance. In the Spring of the Year Think of Winter Dont postpone?you may forget. Doot let the flrtt chill of winer remind you that your heating plant neoda / to be looked after. Beat result* are usually not obtained in the rush of the season. Our thirty yean' experience is at your service for the asking. G. & H. HEATING COMPANY Formerly THE BIGGS HEATING CO. w. a. mi* 917 h & N. W.