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- - i1 - t THE WASHINGTON TOST SUNDAY - NOEMBERlO 1916 arv - - v - sv CUBAN LEGATION HOME Macncil Macneil Open Bids for sixteenth Street Structure STYLE TO BE LOUIS QULNZE Bnilding With Indiana Limestone Exterior and White Marble Interior Will Be One of the Handsomest Occupied by Diplomats In Washington Bids for the long - discussed Cuban legation were opened last week In the offices of Macneil Macneil architects for the project and with the return to Washington of Dr Carlos Manuel de Cespedes the Cuban Minister the contract will be awarded to one of the many competing firms and structural work commenced The new legation will be ready for occupancy In about nine months Drawings for the building show It to be of pure Louis Qulnze type It will stttnd on the west side of Sixteenth street between Euclid and Puller streets an exclusive residential section In which are many handsome mansions Dr Cespedes Art Views Rule Ir Cespedes holding that classicism belong to the whole world while the Spanish style Is of only one nation stipulated for the French classic treatment of the edifice Ttie building will have a frontage of 97 feet and a depth of 76 the central portion of the facade being flanked by two half towers with bow windows A wide entrance Is on the first - floor hall back of which will rise a monumental flight of steps done in white marble The exterior will be of Indiana limestone The stairway opening will be continued through the three floors and surmounted by a glass dome This well will be surrounded on the third floor by colonnades with graceful arches and pilasters Division of the Floors Half the first floors will be taken up by the chancery rooms and the kitchen and serving rooms will also have a place together with a billiard room The second floor will be devoted to reception dining and ball rooms while the third will contain the living quarters From the second floor ballroom In the rear there will descend a flight of steps to a formal garden the whole being executed In a handsome landscape style The facade will be relieved by an ornamental balcony over the portals Work to Be Begun Soon It is on the Interior decoration of the new legation that the most artistic touches will be lavished Caen etone plaster and grill work will alternate There will be frescoes and many other mural designs carefully executed At the head of the grand stairway will be an oil painting of some Cuban famous in hi countrys history The legation will be one of the handsomest diplomatic structures in the Capital Dr Cespedes will return to Washington In the near future and building operations will start shortly afterward j THREE BEAUTIFUL HOMES ON THE MARKET l j sy 9 irv Kg wmsssmmBssmxsxmBmmBSBsassiisssi - m HANDSOME HOME JUST COMPLETED DISTINCTIVE RESIDENCES JUST COMPLETED BY D H ROLAND DRTTRY D H Roland Drury has completed and put on the market three residences at 1215 - 17 - 19 Shepherd street northwest a rapidly developing section These dwellings contain six rooms and bath have porches front and back and hot water heat and electric lights They are priced at 14650 REALTY DEALS DOUBLED Week Sees 154 Transactions 802 Parcels Transferred MADRID APARTMENT IS SOLD D C CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NOTES Although the election for directors president and vice president of the Chamber of Commerce does not take place until the second Tuesday in January things are already humming In the chamber a month ahead of the usual time The following have already been nominated for the directorate there being but ten vacancies - Roy C Claflln I J Haltigan Charles L Howser W C Sullivan Charles W Clagett S B Hege Ormsby McCam - mon E C Graham D S Porter Corcoran Thorn P T Moran James F Oyster R P Andrews Marion Butler N L Bnrchell George Y Worthington Frank Stewart and W S Hoge It is likely that a number of other popular members will be put up for the contest Secretary Grant was advised yesterday that the national secretary of the Railway Mail Clerks Organisation has advised the local the result of the referendum ote which hss been taken during the last 30 days on the question of moving headquarters from Portsmouth N H But three cities were considered and their respective votes follow Cleveland S34 Indianapolis 213S Washington D C 5054 This means that within the year probably within six months the national headquarters of this great organisation will be where all national headquarters ought to be in the Capital of the country This particular one means a fair size pavroll large bank deposit from the insurance funds of the bof1 rental of good offices and ultimately It is hoped the publishing in this city the national magazine of the order William M Dove has been named by President Moran on the committee Investigating charges of flogging at the National Training School for Boys in place of H H Glassie who felt that his connection with the Department of Justice precluded his serving on tne committee which meets Thursday next at 3 30 o clock The rooms of the chamber are almost continuously occupied these days and nights by meetings of all descriptions and the need of larger headquarters with office space separate from meeting rooms is becoming more urgent each year Chambers of commerce in Cities half the size of Washington own their own quarters with ample and adequate facilities The Capital of the country needs a building suitable to the wealth and dignity of the city capable of seating the average convention and the average l ceting and with ample office facilities for the conventions work as well as the routine office work Some work has been done in the chamber offices recently for the Confederate Veterans Reunion committee which bids fair to bring from 60000 to 100000 visitors to the city in May With the Grotto in June the inaugural In March the Iseague to Enforce Peace in May and the possibilities of securing the National Educational Association for July it would seem as though there should be close to 600000 visitors to Washington In the first six months of 1917 hotel men boarding house keepers sightseeing companies souvenir interests lunchrooms theaters ought to reap a harvest of extra business and the lowest estimate as to the amount that should be left by these visitors is 5000000 Acquired by W C Bowler Subject to Trust of 940000 George Wash ington University Buys G Street Property Bates Warren Purchases 2176 Wyoming Avenue Local realty brokers closed 154 transactions Involving 802 parcels during the past six days more than doubling the volume of trading of the preceding week and registering twelve more sales Tuesday led with 33 deals followed closely by Thursdays and Fridays business which were tied with 30 sales each There were 22 trades on Wednesday 21 on the half holiday of Saturday and 18 on Monday Suburban Property Active The bulk of the weeks operations was in outlying suburban property where 628 parcels changed owners The southeast was in second place with 71 lots and the northwest ranked third with 46 lots conveyed There were 41 lots sold in the near - urban district and 10 In the northeast No property was sold in southwest Washington during the week The most important sale that of the property at the southwest corner of Seenth and E streets northwest is elsewhere detailed in the section From James A - Boorman Peter A Drury acquired premises 1008 1010 and 1012 Pennsylvania avenue northwest adjacent to Kernans Theater The consideration is said to have been 90 - 000 Mr Drury gave In part return premises 1414 Massachusetts avenue northwest a valuable residence property Madrid Apartment Sold The Madrid apartment at Eighteenth street and Kalorama road was sold by Jane W B Moran to William C Bowler The conveyance was made subject to a trust of 40000 Repert W Knoblegard acquired the property 2176 Wyoming avenue from Bates Warren at a price of 17000 according to announcement For a consideration not given out Hausler Co purchased 720 Seventh street northwest from the Munsey Trust Company George Washington University added to its holdings by purchasing premises 2027 G street northwest from Fannie S Easby for 6080 BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED LAST WEEK TOTAL 452575 RECORD FOR MONTH Permits to the total amount of 452 - 575 were issued by the building inspector last week and a record established for the current month This aggregate was a 160 per cent Increase over that of the preceding week and considerably above Mie seasonal average Activities were mostly confined to residential structures and those of a semi - public nature Following is a list of permits Issued Milton F Schwab owner A H Son - nemann architect H K Boss contractor to build dwelling 3126 Thirty - eighth street northwest cost 7000 Charles E Cornwell owner to remodel dwelling 751 Eighth street southeast cost 200 William Kleseckers owner to build garage rear 1212 Park road cost 150 A H Orendorf owner to build three one - story frame dwellings 1435 to 1439 Irving street northeast cost 9000 Mount Vernon M E Church owners Boyle - Robertson Construction Company contractors to build one - story stone church Ninth street Massachusetts avenue and K street northwest cost 175000 J S Gruver owner George T Sant - myers architect to build three two - story brick dwelling 416 to 419 W street northeast cost 8000 D M Freeman owner to build one - story brick office 617 Third street northeast cost 2400 D M Freeman owner to build garage rear 617 Third street northeast cost 600 William A Hill owner M O Lep - ley architect to remodel three - story brick building 813 Fourteenth street northwest cost 4000 J Wells owner to remodel three - story brick store and garage 477 Pennsylvania avenue northwest cost 100 Angelo Gabardlng owner to build two - story frame dwelling 4225 Hunt place northeast cost 1600 Dr T L MacDonald owner to remodel three - story brick dwelling 1501 Massachusetts avenue northwest cost 600 A C Moses owner to build garage 418 Qulncy street northwest cost 250 C A Barker owner to build stand Pennsylvania avenue between Madison and Jackson streets northwest cost 100 Fannie H Pedrick owner to build garage 1717 S street northwest cost 415 J P Smith owner to build two two - story brick dwellings 1110 - 12 D street southeast cost 6600 J P Smith owner to build four two - story brick dwellings 344 - 50 Eleventh street southeast cost 11200 W L Browning owner to remodel dwelling 2216 Newark street cost 100 Catherine V Serrlon owner to build two - story frame dwellings Conduit I road near Foxhall road cost 1500 William H Dawson owner W R I Talbott architect to build two - story dwelling 13U4 r wru eireci uuruiwcii COSt 4000 William Dawson owner W K Talbot architect to build two dwellings 1312 Floral street northwest cost 4000 A S Caywood owner to build garage 2942 Upton street cost 800 George Henderson owner Julius Wenig architect to build two - story brick flat 533 Twenty - first street northwest cost 20000 William Carter owner to build two - story residence 4921 Dean avenue southeast cost 1700 C F Beers owner George T Sant - myers architect to build two - story frame dwelling 3015 - 3017 Rodman street cost 5000 The Washington Loan and Trust Company owner to remodel three - story brick residence rear 1453 Massachusetts avenue northwest cost 40 J Ford Taylor owner to remodel one - story frame dwelling 3824 First street southeast cost 1200 Harry Wardman owner A M Schneider architect to build four - story brick apartment 1526 Seventeenth street northwest cost 125000 RALPH E WALKERS NEW APARTMENTS RECORD PRICE IN 7TH STREET Moses Goldenberg Sells a Corner to S S Kresge at 30 a Square Foot The most important realty deal of the week was the sale of the property at the southwest corner of Seventh and E streets by Moses Goldenberg the purchaser being S S Kresge proprietor of a chain of five and ten cent stores in many cities The consideration is said to have been abci 30 a square foot a total of approximately 210000 This is believed to establish a new high record for Seventh street realty The property extends from 434 Seventh street to the Busch building on E street On expiration of leases on the building Mr Kresge It is said will demolish the structure and put up a 8 - story building to be occupied by one of his stores URGES TJ S TO ARBITRATE jsMBBSHiSsnffBBriPttHWllItt lfiSlljaKBfiB8BMflfflttism BhSsbsT BBBsBBsasff HBnnHMsafsaaaaaa BBBBBn3 nam H jsmsssm ItWyBCTHBIW PjMllfBSMBI Bhsbsssm sbbbbksI sbbbwMH BHHgWJjjwffjn WHffPMBBJBgHMssMgssss Danger of War In Nicaragua Treaty Peace Advocate Tells Lansing Arbitration of the protests of sev eral Central American countries against the new canal treaty between the United States and Nicaragua has been urged on Secretary Lansing by A D Call secretary of the American Peace Society who declared the present unsettled situation endangered Central American peace Mr Lansing said the whole subject still was under consideration by this government and Intimated that the 5000000 to be paid Nicaragua under the treaty might be withheld until the claims of other countries had been cleared up PROF LTTTELL BTTYS A HOME Member of Observatory Staff Pays 14500 for Porter Street Property The 2 - story residence at 3704 Porter street northwest has been purchased by Prof Frank B Llttell of the Naval Observatory staff who will occupy it as his home The price is understood to have been 1400 The bouse contains ten rooms and three baths It is of the central ball type The construction is of hollow tile finished with stucco The lot fronts 87 feet on Porter street and is Just east of Wisconsin avenue in north Cleveland Park 32 N0NC0MBATANTS KILLED Most of Aero Bomb Victims in Padua Women and Children Paris Nov 18 X dispatch to the Havas Agency from Padua Italy says the total number of persons killed or wounded by a single bomb dropped by an Austrian aviator Saturday night aggregated 90 of whom 32 were killed The dispatch adds that all the persons were noncombatasts and that most of them were women and children The Austrian official communication of 8unday said that Saturday night Austrian aeroplanes attacked Padua and dropped heavy bombs making direct hits on the military headquarters building the railway station and the Infantry barracks HANDSOME NORTHWEST STRUCTURE READY FOR OCCUPANTS Handsorrfe apartment structure owned by Ralph E Walker and now ready for occupancy It stands on Twenty - second street northwest between P and Q streets a short distance from Massachusetts avenue The apartment contains sixteen suites eight of five rooms and bath and eight of three rooms and bath The exterior is of light tapestry brick with limestone trim Through the entrance on the ground floor automobiles can be driven up to interior steps and thence back to a garage In rear A feature is the central Incinerating plant usually found only in the largest of such structures Plans for the new building were drawn by William A Vaughn architect and the C W Simpson Company are agents BUYS A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE Harry Norment of New York Obtains W H McAlisters Home The beautiful residence of William Henry McAllster 2235 Wyoming avenue has been purchased by Harry Norment of New York who will make nls home here The consideration is understood to be about 55000 The house which stands on the north side of the street occupies a lot 50 by 162 feet It has an exterior of light Indiana brick with a tile roof The first floor has large foyer and parlor dining room study and kitchen with accessory rooms The second floor contains the library four bedrooms two baths sewing room and dressing room The top floor has a billiard room cedar room linen closets servants rooms and bath In the cellar is located a turbine vacuum cleaning plant heating plant laundry drying room servants bath and drying room A garage In the rear has room for two cars with electrical equipment for charging and sunken gasoline tank There Is a special furnace for heating the garage and chauffeurs quarters above The sale was made through the office of Charles Linkins Desirable Apartments For Rent THE TUXEDO 1489 T it S lad 4 rooms and bath 3250 and 3800 THE TENNESSEE 1900 8 it nw 4 ind 5 toomt and bata 2500 to 3790 COLUMBIA BOAS AND 18TH ST NW 5 rooms bath and back pores 4500 THE CLINTON U25 Q at nw 4 and S rooms and bats 3000 to SS7S0 THE HADDON 19S0 N H aw sir 4 rooms and bath 3300 to 4000 THE VAL0I8 1830 Maaa STr nw 2 to 5 rooms and bath 2000 to 5000 CARLISLE COtJRT 14th at and CoL rd 2 8 and 4 rooma and bath250 to 4050 THE AVONDALE 1T84 P at nw 2 to 5 rooms and bath 3300 to 6500 THE MILTON 1T H St nw 6 rooma and bath 3300 to 4000 1919 1BTH ST 3 noma and bath S3750 T and 8 rooaa and 2 batha8000 to 9500 ABSECON APABTMENTS 1708 T at nw 5 and 4 rooms and bath 8250 to 4000 Opes for inspection at nifht also Randall H Hagner Co 1207 Conn Ave fMMMMMM 1 IlllMMieraiujJBBs8zBBMBa nlHslsRHHssWinaaHVv JNafaSBsVSXsaBSBBFyftHlBlHsBHlMW lIHaMLVliaRSlHaB HfcJssf5STWftar - S fHl i I InlnJCffrmfll fWBMHBialflT 1 KislJaaBasasasaSBaasBBSBBBaSBr SBBSBBBBnl MSI sssaSav aSBSmssBH itJSBBHtoS - m sbsbsbsbsbsbSbsbKbssbIS - IWsIsb SffiS MsmsarV v4Tstmi8a - A tsS ll BnSBnWJ35E5 aS5PPflnllPw Bucharest Paper About Faces and Points Oat Oppression of Russia Budapest Nov IS The Bucharest i newspaper Dlmineatu which has always been strongly pro - Russian and advocated the entrance of Roumanla Into the war now bitterly complains of the Russlflcation of the country It says The predictions of former Prime Minister Carp have proved true Rus - slan reactionary methods are crushing our liberal institutions Our free con stitutional government Is practically abolished and the Russian autocracy rules i i The Russian officers and soldiers are the masters of Roumanla today and yet they complain that they are not treated well enough by the population rnousanas or penniless fugitives are arriving at the capital dally from the CHARLES J WALKERS HOMES IN WEBSTER STREET Type of hcVne in a row of seven running from 1509 to 1521 Webster street northwest These handsome dwellings were recently completed by Charles J Walker They contain eight large rooms and two baths with spacious attics There are front and sleeping porches The fronts and general arrangement show a pleasing variety Alhart Carrv owner C A Didden Son architect to remodel three - story brick store 1111 F street nortnwest cost 250 Susie P Martin owner to remodel two - story frame residence 7001 Georgia avenue northwest cost 100 Mnrrlt 3 Silverman owner to re model two - story brick store and dwell ing 600 K street northeast cost ouu nit - i - t nt Cftlnmhla for United States owners to remodel one - story shed Seventh street southwest cost 1200 District of Columbia Paper Manufacturing Company owners to build one - story pulp mill 3242 - 3252 Grace street northwest cost 80000 Mrs A Currftn owner to build garage rear 139 C street southeast cost 400 r - Vianln - Kaeks Manufacturing Com pany owners C D Cooley architect to build factory M street between North Canitol and First streets north east cost 20000 P B W R K Co owners to hull offloa southeast ecrner South Capitol and O streets southwest cost 500 Henry L Breunlnger owner To build dwelling 1603 Hamilton street northwest cost 7000 Ulaa rtnpntTuto Trch owner To re model dwelling rear B17 Second street northeast cost Jlooo William P Kellogg owner To remodel anartment 1921 Nineteenth street nortbjwest cost 950 Miss M ifl reni owner to remodel dwelling 1800 L street street northwest cost 100 SALES BY GARDINER DENT Prominent Brokers Announce Many Important Realty Transactions Gardiner Dent Inc real estate brokers announce the following sales recently made through their office For Bates Warren trustee premises 2176 Wyoming avenue a three - story brick recently erected by John Nolan It contains twelve rooms five baths and occupies a lot 30x165 The purchaser R N Koblegard is making extensive alterations to the property and will occupy it when completed It is understood that the total outlay will be 25000 For John R Young premises 1522 R street a three - story brick building containing twelve rooms and bath It occupies a lot 22x100 The price was 12500 For E G Walker the new residence at 1820 S street It contains eight rooms and three baths and occupies a lot 20100 The price was 9250 For W B Roblson 1803 Monroe street a three - story brick residence containing ten rooms and two baths The consideration was 7750 Frank E Graham has sold through the same firm thedetached dwelling at 25 Takoma avenue Takoma Park Md It occupies a lot 100x120 The house contains eight rooms bath and attic The consideration was 5500 For A J McGrail 704 G t reet northeast and 773 Hobart street They were purchased by an Investor at a total consideration of 65Q0 E G Walker has purchased through the firm lots 8 9 and 36 in square 99 located on New Hampshire avenue near N street The dimension of the lots is 50 feet with an average depth of about 10p feet It is Mr Walkers purpose to erect an apartment house on these lots For A B Smith lot 17 in square 2824 located on Shepherd street east 1 of Fourteenth It has a frontage of about 48 feet by an Irregular depth The consideration was 3000 HOTEL ON CORCORAN SITE Old Office Building to Give Way to Modernization Company Said to Be Capitalized at Half Million Has Enterprise In Hand Definite announcement of formulation of plans for a great hotel to ocoupy the site of the Corcoran building Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue was made last week confirming the prediction made several weeks ago in The Post The structure it is given out will be put up by the National Capital Hotel Corporation granted a charter in Richmond last month with a capital of 500000 William Corcoran Eustis is president and Benjamin F Fuller secretary Both are Washingtonians Henry C Merry of New Tork formerly of the firm of Merry Bodster a firm that put up many large hotels is one Of the big out - of - town promoters of the enterprise Carrere Hastings New Tork architects have drawn plans for the new hotel These show a structure of 500 rooms the whole most luxuriously appointed and surmounted by the largest roof - garden south of New York The site it is said cost 860000 the sale being made subject to a trust of 500000 taken by Mr Eustis former owner of the property In the transfer of this valuable holding it is also understood a trust In favor of the Corcoran Gallery of Art created by Investment of the funds of this institution is provided for Details of the transfer were handled through the offices of the F H Smith Company Work of wrecking the old Corcoran building will be started within 60 days It is stated The new hotel will probably be completed by next November T J Landergren Reenters Business After an absence of four years Thomas J Landergren has returned to Washington He has made a permanent business connection with Thomas E Jarrell in the lines of brokerage real estate and Insurance Six Hunters Killed In Deer Season Utica N Y Nov 18 The Adiron dack deer hunting season of six weeks duration which clobed last night cost the lives of six hunters five of whom i - were killed in mistake for deer I ASHLEY Excellent apartment of 5 rooms and bath convenient to car line Up - to - date building elevator and free phone Best residential section close to stores schools and churches 2036 18th St N W For farther information see SHANNON AND LUCHS Renting Service Main 2345 713 14th at nw Main 2345 districts Invaded or threatened by the enemy Our heroic army is bleeding to death in the mountain passes on the Transylvania border the population has been thrown into a panic by the disasters in the Dobrudja and before Hermannstadt and Kronstadt and the situation is getting worse from day to day Still the allied forces in Macedonia make no effort to save Roumanla by an energetic offensive against the Bulgarians and Germans and the enormous Russian armies which were promised to us do not come We are forsaken by the allies and our country is treated like a conquered province by Russia Under these conditions the Roumanian nation can only hope that the war may end quickly Soldiers in German Trenches to Be Granted Furloughs to go Home Berlin Nov 18 This autumn Is to be another furlough period for a good majority of the soldiers now In the field for the ministry of war has Issued an announcement whereby each troop commander has been Instructed to send men home as fast as he possibly can spare them The first men to go many of whom are now on leave are those who In normal peace times are farmers or are employed on farms They are needed of course for the second harvest When they get back to the front men in all sorts of other walks of life will be sent back home those who are married being given the preference The minister of war especially asks commanders to give furloughs wherever possible to men who have been In the field continuously for a year regardless of their married or single state The plan it Is believed will make It possible for almost every soldier to face the coming winter campaign more or less fresh from a rest at home Fireproof Up - to - date The Roydon RSLnearl6thSt Beservatioas New Beiag Made 5 rooms and bath unfurnished 6000 4 rooms and bath unfurnished 4500 5 rooma and bath unfurnished 3500 1 room and bath unfurnished 2050 3 rooms and bath furnished 4500 1 room and bath furnished 2750 Convenient Service Utunrpuseti JAMESON - BUILT HOMES Of Superior Construction Moderately Priced 3101 to 31 11 Georgia Ave NW Corner House with Built - in Garage Open Daily and Sunday Six large all outside rooms tiled bath hot - water heat double floors hardwood finish steel construction servants toilet extra large laundry tubs expensive fixtures sleeping porch full width of house Front porch cement steps Five minutes walk from Soldiers Home park aTTsssssT J T T lui 1 ar H A S CAYWOOD 915 N Y AVE N W PHONE MAIN 710 Phone for Our Fre Anto Srvte Moses - Built Houses Homes on 28th Street Woodley Park Take Chevy Chase car to Cathedral avenue walk 1V4 blocks west then half block south 8000 to 10000 8500 cash balance to suit purchaser Keokuk Street Chevy Chase Artistic detached home of the Spanish type only 1 blocks west of car line 8050 750 Oasli 70 Monthly Ten New Homes In Petworth Qulncv street near Rock Creek Church road Ninth and F streets car to Qulncy street and walk 3 blocks east 5500 and 6500 8300 cash balance to suit purchaser 4115 Fifth Street N W Petworth Semi - detached home with south and west exposures 4300 100 Cash 37 50 Monthly 3813 Fifth Street N W Petworth 4200 300 Cash 35 Monthly 4015 14th Street N W 4400 3300 Cash Balance to suit purchaser Terms on each lnelnde all interest and curtail All Licensed Brokers A C Moses Co 916mLi If You Are Quick to Inquire Your Inquiry Will Command on a desirable 8 rooms and bath home in the northeast near IAncoln park A Sacrifice Price This is a rarely exceptional opportunity for either home - seeker or investor and will not long go a - begging Address Box No 372 The Post iJhlALHbi In Cleveland Park Near Conn Ave A fine stone house Cost 12000 to build 7 rooms hot - water heat electric lights corner lot For Sale at a Bargain MOORE HILL INC Main 1453 1422 H St N W 1800 Eye Street N W Apartment House Absolutely Fireproof Suites of 2 and 3 Rooms and Bath Rent Includes Electricity for Electric Ranges Refrigeration Lights All Xlght Elevators and Telephone Serrlce Apply to J F CONAWAY Owner On Premises Phone Main 3084 - 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