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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 191S.
U. S. AVIATORS
PARIS, Ha j- 24. An American air
squadron Is co-operating In the de
ll lease of Paris, it was officially an
nounced today. Of the thirty Ger
man airplanes which participated In
the second raid on Paris Wednesday
night, pnly one reached the city, so
effective was the defense by the
fifty-four airplanes which oppose!
The one plane that, reached the city
dropped -several bombs, killing one
person and Injuring twelve. Other
bombs were dropped In the suburbs
where there were a few victims.
The Echo De Paris warns Germany
that the British are beginning to carry
out a carefully conceived air offen
sive and that France's turn will
3 U. S. AIRPLANES
DOWNED, IS REPORT
liONDON, May 24. Three American
airplanes were brought down Wed
nesday on the L) battle field, the
German war office declared In Us
Tilcht official statement.
(This Is accepted as Indication that
American aviators are In considerable
force on the Flanders battl front, as
Captain Blddle narrowly escaped
death when his plane was forced down
cast of Tpres a few days ago.)
Wife THE AMERICAN ABMT IN
FRANCE, May 2t The day was
quiet on all points occupied by our
troops," said' General Pershing's com
munique Issued last night.
BOMB NAVAL BASE
ROME. May 24. A British air
squadron has successfully bombed
tha Austrian naval -base at Cattaro,
said the following official annocnce-
"Oft the SOth-a British air squad
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ssOl ARE THERE NOto ? .1 I 'OBGAW2t3 I --f-BTfW
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ron successfully bombed the Austri
an seaplane and submarine base at
Cattaro, setting fire to piers and Dare
racks. Despite violent fire from anti
aircraft guns, all the machines re
(Cattaro lies at the southern extremity-
of Dalmatla, on the Adriatic
BY GENERAL HAIG
IXJNDON, May 24. Bombardmlnt of
various British sectors and continued
raiding; operations were reported by
Field Marshal Hale today.
"Hostile artillery was active last
night west of Lens and in the neigh
borhood of Festubert," the statement
said. "The Neippe sector was bom
barded by ens shells.''
"We took a few prisoners In a suc
cessful raid, southwest of Labassee
and in a patrol encounter north of the
"A few rata are mlssinir as the re
sult of an enemy raid north of Hill
"An attempted enemy raid early
last night failed in Aveluy wood."
ON EASTERN FRONT
Austria has re-established her
Eastern war front, according to
cabled received here today. Mes
sages to this effect sent by wireless
from Vienna to Berlin have been in
tercepted at Paris. Diplomatic of
ficials here are at loss to Know
Whether the TJkralne'crisls caused the
re-establlshment of the battle lines
or whether Austria took this action
in order to prevent the transports
tlon of her troops to the western
front. The general opinion, however,
is that the situation is Ukralnla Is
causing considerable uneasiness in
the dual empire.
FOE LINE PIERCED,
IS FRENCH REPORT
PARIS, May 24. "We penetrated
enemy lines southeast of Soucy. In
the Champagne district and in tne
Voices mountains, capturing fifteen
mehgevthalkii uxotitpe co.
tftw York. May a. UU.
A rrrnlar quarterly dividend of PA per cent
on Uw capital stock of Iterzanthaler Linotype
Company will t paid on Jos r. int. to th
atockbolders of mora as tner appear at tb
cloar or burlnes as June i. Ull. Tna Trans
fer Books will not t closed.
JOS. T. StACKET Treasurer
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000
Lost or stolen Liberty
Loan Bonds, unless
registered, can be
realized on by any
holder. Take no chances with
YOUE Liberty Bonds eep
them in the modern vaults of
Individual Safe' Deposit
Boxes rent, by the year, at
less than one cent per day!
TraTtlers Checks and Letters of
National Savings &
Corner 16th and K. Y. Ave.
The Safest Investments
are- tbese that ae net flncfaiti carina al
tsrbas eandttieas s( Uw Booty or stoea (aar
keu. Mm dead of trust betas (first taort
casrs). wail aasorad ea real estate la tbe
District at CoRuaMa, coestttnts "r1Il-4r-tavestBtnts.
sad they oe not eWneod upon the
Senegal' rameaafetlltv of Indlrldnala am m.
eerstuas let tbetr stability, ire osa supply
each terattmaou to sssacats from feM us.
nil Sand for beak, "OsDarrataa; Leeju
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An Afternoon Game.
Registered U. S. Patent Office.
prisoners," the French war offlcfe an
"Enemy coup de maine southeast
of MaznII In the sector of SL Georges
and west of Ifoyon all were broken
"There has been Intermittent ar
tlllery firing at several points.
AMSTERDAlf. May SI Thlrty-flre
persons were killed and elghty-seren
wounded In the British air raid orer
Cologne according to advices today quot
ing the Cologne Gazette.
The Kaiser sent, a telegram expressing
his sympathies for relatives of the vic
Acting; Adjutant General Donoran
is especially proud of the record made
this week, when, of 300 men called
to the colors In the District, all but
eight responded, and the eight were
absent only for good cause.
vine caii was lor sixty a day tor
fire days, beginning Monday, and it
has been gratifying to the draft of
ficials that the young men have been
so prompt and willing to accept their
"X wonder .what the Kaiser and
Ton BIndenburg and the German peo
ple would think," Mr. Donovan said,
Ht they knew the United States Is
gathering an army of 4,000,000, more
than half of which Is drafted, and
that the men called come to draft
headquarters of their own accord,
with no squads of soldiers going to
their homes to rout them out and
force them to report for army duty.
"It Is something the world never
before witnessed the operation of a
great draft law, gathering an army of
millions, and utilizing only a bit of
paper In each case to notify the regis
trant to report for duty.
"And it is democracy forming an
army, as contrasted with the method
necessary In an autocracy. Not 1 per
cent of the men are recalcitrant The
men go away to camp, laughing and
singing, and-I believe they feel less
pull on the heart strings than we of
the draft boards.
"Such an army will fight as no
army ever fought will be worth
more, man for man, than any other
military force that ever wore uni
"I guess the Kaiser and Von Hin-
denburg know It, too, and are not
relishing the Idea that the United
States Is sending uverseas the army
which Is to decide the war with vic
tor' for the allies and the cause of
The last contingent of sixty a day
for the 300 to go to Fort Oglethorpe.
Georgia, were on hand this morning
In the board room In the District
building, and leave tonight for the
Not quite all of the 300 have re
ported. But a typical Illustration of
reasons for non-reporting Is tbe case
of five men of this 300 who were in
Canada. Tbese men could not get
here, so they wired for permission
to .report at a camp close to the Ca
nadian border, which was given them.
SMILE warn you pay your fnrome
Tax. It means a trr for the Kaiser.
Pay year Income Tax Today.
TELEPHONE FRANKLIN M9S.
Horses and Vehicles Sold on Commission.
LARGE AUCTION SALE
100 Horses and Mules
At Oar Stablrs :i: :K :il llth tret V w
Wasblncton, D C Saturday. aUy S, 11S,
at 10:40 o'clock a m
Will McHenry. I
ad from Harers-
unm, KiL. Q. U Mor
can. 9 bead from
aaryland. Charity Mc.
Henry SO bead fron
Maryland and Prnna 1
Lot of carts, wsrone
and harness Extra
lot of draft horsrs
suitable for coal Hav
ocs and carts. SO
bead of local borses.'
Anrooe needlnr a
boras or mult will da
wall by attenellnc this sale. We sell all horses
for bum dollar. Anybody can be suited In
this lot of berses. as ttiey will wl(b from
LOO to LiOO pounds.
Horses Can be Seen Xrlday.
SALS RAXX OB SHUVE.
PfD OF RECORD
WALL ST. MARKET
SCRAMBLE-FOR STOCKS AS
Many Issues Make Gains of From
One to Three Points at Start.
Steel, Common In Urgent Demand
Baldwin Locomotive Makes Ad'
NEW YORK, May 24. There was
a scramble for stocks at the opening
of the stock market today, buying In
the first few minutes being attended
by a good deal of excitement with
many issues making gains ranging
from one to thr,ee points.
Steel common was in urgent de
mand, the opening sales of that stock
being 14,009 shares at 110U to 110U
but after selling at 110 there was
a sbarp reaction to 109.
Baldwin Locomotive advanced 2J4
to 03 y. with a reaction to 03 H-
American Sumatra moved up 4U
points to 137 (4. The copper stocks
failed to Join In the display of
strength. Anaconda declining from
GG to CO.
There was trading on an enormous
scale In steel common all through the
first hour. It sohf down to 103 1-4. but
there was a quick rally to 109 7-S.
Many of the low-priced specialties
maoe gains of one point or more.
IJberty 'a dropped to the new low
rcom or 77.11.
A Is-Cham pi
47 Am. Can.....
413 Am Cot OIL..
403 Am Linseed.
Am lee. 32
80-'a Am Smelt'-.. 0
A Smelt pf... 105U 105W105M
133 Am Sam Tob. 146 1S5U 140
e&'A ASteelFdy. 67& WA 64J
163s Am Zinc...
57 Am Woolen.
llOli 110U 110,'i
94Jo Am Wool pf.. 943
85 Atchison 85U
110 AG &W I.... 110
Batopilas Mn 1U
93& Bald Loco....- 95U
86& Beth SUB.... B7A
Burns Bros... 130
24 Butte Sup.. 263
Cal Petrol.... 18U
144 Can Pacific
383 CenFdy 40
68?a Cen Leather. 69&
57?ii Ches&Ohio. 58
42M CM&SP.... 43U
73 CM&SPpt. 74
2LS CBI&PR... 2lJa
16. Chile Copper. 16iJ
43Ji Chin C Cop... 43li
51 ColF&L.... 53
42 Corn prod.... 44
313 CubaCSug. 32
68 Crucible SU. 69
91 Cm Steel pf.. 91
6l HistSecur.... 62
Zl'A ElkhornCor. J6U
153 Erie 15?
32 Erie 1st pi..
3 Gaston Wms.
123 Ja Gen Motors..
68 G North pf...
313 Gt Nor Ore...
43 Greene CC...
J2 Ins Copper...
282 int Nickel...
40! Int Paper....
89 LackStee 89
59 Lehigh Val... 60
28M Marine com.. 29i
By Jean Knott
Oasa. TTiids. turn, PJt
101)4 Marine pt... 103 100 103
54 Max 1st pt... 54 54 54
96 Mexican Pet 93 , 96 93
53)4 Midvale SU.. 4 53 533
29 Miami Cop... 29 25 29
23 Mo Pacific. 22 22 22
NatC&C... 16 16 16
5L Nat E & Bjt. S353 - 63 7
135 NY MriBtSSziJil'A 13?X
20S ev C Cop.: jgaof2fj 20
41 N YNE&B?M& - 2 42
71 NyCeneC.- 72J4 71 72li
243 HYDockl:.. 243 243 243
1413 Nor Amer.... 41 41 41
38 Ohio Gas 3iU 38 38
10)SOntaiVSilvT. 10 10 10
PatTel&T.. 24 24 24
46 PennKR.,... -44 433 44
46 PeoG&CL... 54 54 54
28 PhHaCo.v... 31 .29 31-
Pierce-Arrow 41J4 41 41
28 Pitts &WVa 28 U 28 28
52 Pitts coaL... 53 53 53'
0 Press SU Car. 61 61 6
PnUPalCar.. tlSU 118 118)
' 25 Ray Con Cop. 25 25 25
S79 Reading. 89 87 87
68 SlossSS&L 71 693, 703
83!" South Pacific 84 83 84
23 SontheraRy. 23 23 23
42 Studebaker... 42J4 42 42
18 Tenn.C&&. 19 13 19$
1513 Texas Co..... 153 152 1523
593 TobacProd... 613 58 61
121 Union Pacific 122 121 121
UnitedFrnit 126 126 126
.UnRylnr.... 10 10 10
17 URylnvpl. 19 19 19
132 U SIndAL... 135 134 1343
U Realty Imp 14 13 13
US Rubber.. 57 57 57
109 US Steel.... 1103 109 110
US Steel pt. 110 110 110
81 Utah Copper. 82 81 81
48 Va-CarChem 49 43 9
433 Wesfhouse.,. 45 44 44
WestUnion.. 92 91 12
West Pacific 19 1819
63 Wilson Inc. 66 63 65
Wlaonpf. 95 95 95
20 yiilys-Over... 20 20 20
DRAFT ORDER IS
EXPECTED TO STOP
The full force of Provost Marshal
General Crowder'a draft order, "Work
or light." will be used against the I.
W. W. and kindred organization of
ficials of the draft declared today.
The power conferred on local boards
under the regulations will deal a
knockout "to the activities of the I
W. IV., officials believe, as many of
those who are continually trying to
stir up Industrial strife will be con
sidered habitual idlers. Records show
that most of these disturbers are
It will ce practically impossioie un
der the new regulation for a repeti
tion of the situation in many parts of
the country lost ear when harvesting
was delayed because thousands of
I. V. W. defused to work for hlKh
wages and even- destroyed some of
The new order s framed to
r.firh these disturbers," a high offi
cial said today, -and that was one
reason why we gave any local board
jurisdiction to induct loafers Into the
army regardless of where they were
registered, uur powers are umuea
by the draft ages, and that Is one
reason the draft ages should be
raised It Is hypocritical to send tho
h.t men of our country ant to fight
and to allow these disturbers to live
In safety and Impede our war work."
"I see that an Indiana man was
fined for calling a telephone girl a
camel." said the Old Togy. as he
looked up from his newspaper
"Maybe he ,wsntcd her to get a
hump on coibroented the Grouch.
TO SEE PRESIDENT
(Continued from first rage.)
with, except for the playing of OVd
Save the King, while marines present
ed arms, aa the Prince left the war
ship. He was dressed In the 'uniform
of a major In the Scots Greys.
Aboard the tug were a number of
women of the women's motor corps.
The Prince went from one to another,
shaking hanfts cordially. He spoke of
the great work woman hare done In
this war, mentioning the women who
Insisted on sticking to thel rtaska
In the PIcardy battle, until some wire
Land US, Troepa.
American troops are now "taking a
magnificent part In the great battle
on the western front," Prince Arthur
of Connaught, declared on his 'arrival
here today from England.
"One of the last things I lid on
leaving England," he said, "was to
review with tbe King, soma of your
troops passing through the streets
of London, and they certainly mtdt
a most magnificent appearance.
I am very srlad to visit the States.
especially now that you are with the
allies, an din view of the magnificent
part your troops are taking In the
great battle now going on on the
western, front." ,
TRADING IN SECURITIES
GAINS IN BRISKNESS.
Two .Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat 5's Sell at Pai" Mer
genthater 5 Changes Hands Two
More Are Transferred After Calf.
Trading in securities was more
brisk at today's session of the Wash
ington Stock Exchange. On the reg
ular call two Norfolk and Washing
ton Steamboat 0'a for 1.000 sold at
par. A Mergenthaler 6 changed
hands at 110.
On the after call two mors S's of
Mergenthaler changed hands, one at
the same level as ou -the regular call
and the second at U0K. A Washing
ton Gas 6 per cant 11,000 bond sold
N. & W. Steamboat -S's, f 1.0003100,
After Call Mergenthaler, 39110K.
Washington Gas S's, $1,0006931).
LOCAL BOND MARKET
U. S. Reg. 2's 07 H 93
U. a. Coupon Tt D7tt
tJ. S. Reg. 3s 9SH
U. S. Reg. 4's 104
U. S. Coupon 4's... 104 H
Liberty Loan 3W 98.76
Conv. Liberty Loan 4's. . 01.84
2d Liberty Loan 4's 94.78
Georgetown Gas S's
Washington Gas S's.... 93
Col. Gas & Elec S's 80
Col. Gas & Elec bd. S's 73
Cap, Traction R. R. S's.. 100V5
Wash. Ry. c Elec 4s.. 68H
Potomac Elec Cons. S's. 93
Potomac Elec Lt. S't. 96
Potomac Elec Power Cs 99
a & P. Telephone) S's.. 98
Am. Tel. & Tel 4's
Am. Tel. & Telga. 4H's.
Am. T. &. T. CU. Tr. 5'.
Amer. Grapho. 1st 6s...
D. C Paper Mfg. Cm....
Wash. Mar. Vm 1927...
Wash. Mar. S's 1947....
W. M. Cold Stor. S's....
Sec Stge. & S. Dep. 6's.
v. & w. Steamboat S's
Rlggs Realty S's (Long).
Rlggs Real. S's (Short). ...
IT. S. Realty S's 101
PUBLIC UTILIT1' STOCKS.
Capital Traction 84 54 S6
Wash. Ry. & E., com. 48
Wash. Ry. & Elec pfd. 66
N. & W. Steamboat 138
Washington Gas S74
Colura. Gas & Elec 33
Am. TeL & Tel 100
TYPE MACHINE STOCKk.
Mergenthaler Linotype.. 110H 112H
Lanston Monotype .... 5S G3
Lanston Mono. Script.. 97 93 H
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 146 143
District Nat. Bank 143
Far & Mech. Nat Bank. 230
Federal Nat. Bank..... 167
Lincoln Nat. Bank....
National Metro. Bank.
Rlggs National Bank..
National Bk of Wash.
IS ON WAY
21 8 230
Commercial Nat. Rank.
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec & Trust?... 222
Nat Sav. & Trust 199
Union Trust 120
Wash. Loan &, Trust... 241 MO
Continental Trust 118
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home Savings '..... 420
Bank of Com. & Sav... 12 12 Vi
East Wash. Sav. Bank.. 11.
Sec. Sav. & Com. Bank.. 175"
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Ins 8 19
Corcoran Fire Ins 70 ...
Firemen's Fire Int 18 ...
Ger.-Amer. Fire Ins 240
Nat Union Fire Ins 014 ...
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Ins 4 B
Real Estate Title Ins.. .. 80
Chspln Sacks 180
D C. Paper Mfg. Co 120
Merch Trans. & Stor.. 100 115
Security Storage 185
Sec Stge. & Safe Dep... 110
Washington Market.... loft ...
U. S. Realty Co 1254 ...
ISat potatoes Instead or bread. Pa
tatoea ore rhraprr than bread and
flint mm nonrUfclns
1 Ssu et Ulsliway Brldrel.
aSa asLsni.llls tnu wa east a ate, . fa,
WANT AD RATES
1c A WORD
Minimum charts IS casta sacs IsserUe
tor the foUewtac eUuatScatlsna:
ROOMS FOR RENT
LOST AND TOUND f
FOR 8AU3 MISCELLANEOUS
POOT.TRT. PITTS AND IJVD STOCK
Advertisements set la It pottt are charred
tot at the rats of t cants per arats Use. One
line of larr type (lt point) eosala two ttaea
f small type (arats).
PRONE MAIN S3M.
Aa szperlaoesd sir! operator irUl help Ta
writs your ad. so lt will paU-bUl win be
USE A "RESULT GETTER"
IN THE TOTES-
LOST AND FOUND
(Continued front Pagt L)
BING Lost, one diamond
and sapphire ringwitb string
of pearls, on Saturday. Please
return to -Apt. 601, ,2400 16th
st. Big reward, no questions
MAR1BOU NECKPIECE Lost Monday. May
a. en llth at., crwan H and E. Return
to Times oraee and ask for MISS CARTER,
FRENCH POODLE Female, lemon ears:
answers to name of "Beaal." Reward IT
returned to la FN. E.
BEUNSWICK, Apt 72, lost,
eyeglasses in case with gold
chain. Please return to MBS.
LMcQDEBN. - 1-24
PIN Pearl anC sapphire bar pta. Thursday.
-raoaa west Tl T. ' z
KETB Bunch ef keys. Reward if returned
to JOS. L, FOWLER. C M it M. W. M
LOST Gamma Delta Phsi
pin; W. M. Johnson en
graved thereon. Eeward if re
turned, to 1707 S st N. W. 1-24
AT POLFS THEATEE, Mon
day afternoon, a diamond
barpin. Eeward if returned
CAR CASE Leather, eontalnlnr ordnance
pass, pictures, moncr, etc. TETTA MIL
LER, lis Slh at. N. W. Reward. 3
BREASTPIN Sunburn, solitaire rtUmntm.
BOX TI. Garrett Park. M4. 3
NOTICE TO PBOSPECnVE
Ford touring car stolen; en
gine No. 1766043; car in good
condition; Eevere tires; 1917
model; liberal reward.
FRANK E. HOPKLNSr
404 Keifois Building. 1-29
BRACELET, sold, with three diamonds, lost
Monday alsfct. Return to MISS L. TAR
ONS. ZSU'rfth at. N. .. Reward. 1-U
WHITE POODLE Brown spots on hack,
ent abort on noes, feat and stomach:
awcrs to name BOIr. Reward If returned to
m Snd at. N. W.. apart. C U
MOSS agate pendant, May 20.
Eeward if returned, to MBS.
PAGE, 1905 15th st nw., Apt
31. . " 1-24-
POCKETBOOK Flat, soars, contatntns pay
enreioce witn mn pay in n ano. some
ether money, besides a Mason's membership
card: waa lost between 3th and f sts. N. W.
and th and Lonlslana are. N. W., or on the
car between said polnta. .Retoro, to under
sUsed and recelTe reward. GEO. MILLER.
Ill (th at. N. E. 1-M
BOSTON BULL DOG Female, brtndle. with
white martins: reward. (87 Mass. are. N.
B. Phono Lincoln SSL 3
PURSE with sum of money and
government pass, Monday
evening between 1 1th and G sts.
and 4th and M. Call North 7977.
SCARF PIN Solitaire diamond; May II:
finder will be liberally -rewarded. Address
SENATOR T. J. WALSH. 2U0 15th St. N.
W, ' 3
HELP WANTED WALE
ACTIVE WHITE MEN to dean
windows, help other work,
$3.50-$4.00 day; 8 to 5.
ELLIOTT, 1510 You st N. W.
AUTO MECHANIC At once.
Good salary. Apply MR.
HALEY, 1214 V st nw. ap9-tf
ALL MEN DESTRTNO TO ENTER a profes
sion of hlrh salaries and permanent demand
ran cjualiry la t to months span time,
through oar practical tratnmz course In
drafting. Great demand for our araduataa.
Nlzfct or day: Indlrldoal Instruction; enter
anyltlme; school tn continuous session. Gat
ealslosr nromtlr and enroll now.
COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING.
"'""" Bide 10th and O sts.
APPRENTICE BOY over 16
years, to learn printing trade.
Apply at once 332 C st. N. w.
BAJtBERS Two first-class: 19 guarantee.
NATIONAL HOTEL BARBER SHOP, (th
and Pa.aT. N. w. 3
BOY OBTMAN, to make him
self useful in automobile
radiator shop. Apply 1411
14th st N. W. 1-29-
BOT8I BOYS! BOY8!
Earn SI a week while rolnr to school. See
MR. SWAN. THE LATEST MEWS. 10th and
D sta. N W- between 12 and 1 and t and T
ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
High school or university stu
dent considered; with wheel
and knowledge of city pre
ferred; opportunity for busi
ness education; pleasant, con
genial work, with bright fu
ture; give references. Bos
299 Times office. 25
WANTED Pour boys as
helpers to learn cable splic
ing. Also men as laborers in
cable gang. Apply to ME. C.
B. GAEDNEB, 213 14th st
BOY For plumbing baslasas; good oifar
tuairy. Apply uu ML Koaeant si, as
OFFICE BOY One who is neat
and industrious. Apply office
manager. 6th floor. JULIUS
GARFINKLE & CO, F st. cor
ner i 3th. 24
BELL BOY Apply head porter
Dewey Hotel, 1330 L st NAV.
ERRAND BOY WANTED
Over 16 years of age, to go
on errands. Apply at once, 332
WANTED An intelligent
boy, between 16 and 20 yrs.,
to learn telephone work. Ap
ply 0. & P. TELEPHONE BE-
PALE SHOP, 77 You st. N. W.
COLOEED BOY wanted to
deliver packages. $8 per
week; permanent position.
Apply THE MODE, llth &F
sts. nw. 1-25
WANTED A BOY
ABDtr the C
TELEPHONE CO.. gt tan at. N. W.
BELLBOY. Apply ARLING
TON HOTEL, 1025. Vt av.
TWO BOYS to learn plum
ing and tinning trade; good
wages and steady work. Ap
ply J. C. FLOOD, rear 2116
It's not her much 70a are able to earn at
Orat hot the kind pt opportunity yea have tor
adTaaeemest.' Hera's a great chanea to lean
the aers end of hawspeper vork wtth a seed
aalarr to start. We want two tore orsr M
rears eld rtsbt awar. If Ten are the rtjSt kad
and can show plenty of pep we wm aJrance
you to a ano posttloo In a short time. News
paver work should appeal to STtry acttre hoy
who wants to jret ahaad.
APPLY CUT ROOM.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES,
COLORED BOY AS PORTER
At eoce; urart hars rood references. Apply
KAUN-8 OPTICAL CO. EI 7th St. N W.
BELL .BOYS Apply Head
Porter, DEWEY -HOTEL,
CARPENTERS Ten: T cents per hour.
Conn, are.. C R. SMALL.
CARPENTRY, an kmds; first class
ONEOT BROS W O st. N. E. g
EXPEE1ENGED food check'
ersr$75 a month and board.
jJ Apply timekeeuer, HOTEL
CLERK wanted; permanent
position; good wages. Apply
PBANK C. ALTEMUS, 4744
14th st. 26 ,
CROCERT CLERK Apply X4 Loulatasa are.
N. W - 3
AND STORE MANAGERS
Excellent opportunity for
clean-cut men with opportunity
for advancement Experience
not absolutely necessary. Apply
SANITARY GROCERY CO. Int
10 A. M. TOMORROW.
COOK, third, colored. WO. CO and meals.
Kitchen man. colored, . and meals.
Rouse porter, colored. (10. room and board.
Columbia Country dnh. Chery Chase, Md.
.Phone CUT. 838.
An experienced Counter
man; no Sunday work; good
pay. Apply to the manager
of the Tea Cup Inn, 611 12th
st nw., before 9 a. m.
CHAUPPEUES wanted at
once for Ford taxis. Apply
AEMY & NAVY GAEAGE,
1139 17th st. nw. 27
WAGES 3 lc to 37c PER HOUR,
according to length of service.
For previous experience.
Men Employed by Us
Within Last 10 Years
Given Credit for
Longest Period of
MEN NOW OTHERWISE
EMPLOYED FOR FEW
HOURS PER DAY. Applv
& ELECTRIC CO., Instruc
tion Dept 14th and East
Capitol Sts., daily at 2 p.
m., except Wednesday,
Saturday and Sunday. 24
HOTEL CASHIERS, front clerks, nlsht
clerks, head tsuitry men. 4 chefs and rati
crews. I bakers and pastry chefs:. for this city
t.4 ...mm.. .... mrvfl
AGENCY, llth and Pa. are. N. W.
HOTEL CHEF Second and roast cooks, tat.
US. I1CO. for resorts. BURGESS hotel.
AGENCY. tC 10th st. N. W. 3
COAT MAKER at
COUNTER and one steam table man, no 8ua
day work: good salary. CKNTRAL RBS
TAURANT. S Ith at, N. W. .3
DiSHWASHEBS, bus boys,
silver men, and dumb wait'
er men; best wages in citv.
AddIv steward OCCIDENT
AL HOTEL, 1411 Pa. ave.1-29