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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1910.
LOST AND FOUND
BAB PIN Wedneodey, March 86, on Conn,
ave. bet. M it. and corner N. H. ave. and
Dupont arcle; three small diamond star
Htm black bar pin- Reward If relurn.-d
to Mrs. H. C. Corbin. the Connecticut.
Apt. 78. 1'31
BREASTPIN OldVfaahJonefl. F,0,d TJlnrJ
as heirloom: between Columbia road ana
Newark at. Will finder please return to
3Z14 Ktwtric st. er pnene jie ---
BUI4J)Ou niuu, vmn duck spwm, .-
Ing brass-otuddea' collar and license tag:
anrwers to name of Bobble. Return to 2:0
Conn, ave Liberal reward. ' ,
CAMEO BROOCH Wednesday evening at
Masonic Temple, 13th and F sts N. V. .,
13th and p st. cars to Massachusetts ave.
and N. Capitol t. Return to 430 New Jer-
DISCHARGE PAPERS and pat check at
Uth and B N. W.. HENRY O.
PARKER, 2d lleut.. Sanitary Corps; re,
jvard. Notify E. J. KEPLER, Room .216.
Central T. M. C. A. "
DOG-Setter. black and white; answer ta
name of Jock. Reward If returned to
4181 Connecticut ave. 2
DOG Brindie Boston terrier,
with collar inscribed " Doris
Dillon, Clarendon, Va." Ph.
North 2883. Reward. 1
EABfcINCmnoDd and pearl pendant.
Return to Ap . The Victoria. 14th.
and Clifton st. N. W. Reward. t3I
GLASSES lost Thursday' cp Wh st., from
ltf. Return 330 1st st. 6. E. 31
XBCKFIECE BJoe fox; !ost at 14th on F,
12th at N. W.. please return 1746 Mass.
B.VA- : nwira. -
HOSE GLABSES-pTtaursday evening: tortoise-shell
rims; Franklin case; 14th en-4
Fa. ave. Notify Mrs. P. KING. 3rd floor.
Graham pldr-, or Main 7437, Branch 11?.
Reward. j 31
PJN Platinum" bar. "wHb rir diamonds.
Finder will receive reward; please re.
tra to 3013 Cambridge Pi- N. W phone
West 1306. after 4 p. m.. or room 87,
Treasury bids., phono Main 6400. Branch
ft, from 9 to 4:30. 3l
PCRSB Black, containing 17 or $20, on
car. between Sth and F sts. ne. and Pa.
eve., or n street to National Museum. Call
L ncoln 3821--W; liberal reward-
SPECTACLES, tortoise-shell, Edmonds case.
Friday morning-. Phone Lincoln 749. 31
UMBRELLA Lest Satorday In Wallls
Cafe. 12th and G sts.; also glasses, lost
Tuesday is Loewa Palace Theater. Re
ward, call CoL 745. 1-3
YAluSE-tnsek, empty, on Korth Wash
Ington t Ale.. Va. Reward if return
to Giopon s Drug gxore. Aicunnn', p-
WRIST WATCH Gold face,
14k, 15-jewel; 11:30 Friday
night, Navy Yard car or 5th
and 6th sts and Fla ave; lib
eral reward for return or in
formation regarding the same
636 Morton PI. N. E. 31
HELP WANTED MALE
THE HECHT CO
Require the services of an
experienced automobile me
chanic, one who under
stands all makes of cars.
Permanent position- Apply
THE HECHT CO.,
7th St, Bet. E and F.
A VARIETY ef petition, on both land and
sea. are open to those mastering the
clehee or wirjeless (radio) telegraphy, and
t&ey pay from f 110 per month, with living
expanse, up to $3,500 per year. The duties
are pleasant, always interesting, even fas
"dnating. and Quite different from the
humdrum of most vocations. Nearly every
one wastes more or less time every day
in fact, time often drags op our hands.
Why. not put a little of that time In ac
quiring something worth while? Here I
ybnr opportunity to secure a knowledge of
ridlo and a first-grade1 commercial license,
which fits you for probably a much better
position than the one you are now holding
It's a splendid "stock in trade," and one
that will always come in handy. Our
school is the, largest in America, onr
course most thorough end the tuition and
terms of payment witnia any one's reach.
A large dans will start Monday, the 31st.
"We should like to have you join us. Come
in anyhow and talk it over. Service
Badlp School. 902 Pa. ave.; phone Frank
Ua 7614. 1J1
for a bright, active young
man not over seventeen
years of age, in the livest
'department of The TIMES.
Salary moderate to start,
but will grow considerably
larger if you make good.
See MR. DAMICO,
first-class man; wages be
tween $30 and $40 per week.
Apply 37 N st. nw. 5
A PHACTICAI, TRACnifO
IB Drafting will qualify you to enter this
profession f permanent employment at an
tsxeJIent salary Our graduates are in de
eisad. Complete course In year spars
time, day or night. Is i to I mentis. In
dividual Instruction. Catalog of particu
lars pn request. (School in session all
year get In touch row). .COLUMBIA
6CHOOL Or DRAFTING. 14th and T sta
N. W. Phone Nana 7. fetl-tf
BAKBEB Coiort4. 18 guaranteed; good
for 330. 3364 14th St. Col. 3(13 1-1
Go in business for yourself
by owning a newspaper route
in southwest section. Papers
delivered after school hours.
You can make as high as
15.00 per month on routes
already established. Address
BOX 469, Times office. i
Pise- neat appearing boys to anil
LOEPFLER'S LUNCH PS. hours f :J0 us II
2 p. m. ; good wages, commission, a r 1
permanent position. Apply at once. SI4
ga. ave Ji. W. 3
BOY waited to serre Times mta In soatb-
esVrt. Apply at ones. BOX tie. Times
-MftjtCIAs tin aha and efwrgtte, to aer
3.srae rou aar
North- Cmottoi tt. &
P. n. MIM.Kg. Circulation DeM.
HELP WANTED MALE
BOY with wheel to run errands. 61? 7th
st. N W . 3rd floor. 1
BOY to learn house painting or one with
soma experience. Apply 2141 Ga
BOY For light work In hardware store;
give age and address. BOX 344, Tunes
BOY FOB KRRNDS 7pply RICHARD-
rr. 14th a'nd R sts. N V.
BOY with whee to run errands,
st. N. W. 3rd floor.
BUSHEL-MAX Wanted at once,; steady
position Apply 1212 N. Y. ave. 1-1
CASHIER and Newstand At
tendant; $75 per month.
CAPITOL PARK HOTEL,
North Capitol and E sts 3 I
CABINET'maker and "finisher;
must have had experience in
furniture store; permanent posi
Hon; good salary. P. J. NEE
CO,, 7th & H sts. N. W. 1-3.1
GOOD PAY FOR
GOOD STEADY MEN AS
These positions are perma?
nent and pay well. The work
is suited for middle-aged mfcu
of steady comportment, as
well as. younger men of care
ful, industrious habits.
Apply Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, 9 to 12 a, m.
& ELECTRIC CO.;
14th and East Capitol Sts.
riRIVEKS for soft drink trnrks. AIU.ING
TQN BOTTLING CO , 2622 L st. 2
DRUG CLERK Junior: goad hours and
good salary. Address BOX 4, Times
THB GOVERNMENT TfEEDS TOD
IP TOU ARE A SKILLED CHAUFFEUR
AND AUTO MECHANIC.
THB NATIONAL AUTOMOBILKCOLLSOB
Ith apd O STS. N. W.
Have Day and Bvecinr Classe.
SW I - iii i.
FEEDERS Job press, at once;
good pay for right party. Ap
ply W. F. LEE, Capital Pub.
Co., 332 C st N. W. 1-2
te represrnt one of the most progressive
And substantial firms In the United States.
If wJU net be necessary for you to seyrr
your present connections, as tbs character
f the work enables yoo to devote spare
er 9rt time. If you show ability a perma
nent position frith an unlimited future will
M assured. Communicate with representa
tive through BOX 102, The Washington
LADIES' TAILOR, first-class coat maker,
and bushelman. $35 per week. ADOH-
9? 17th st. N W 1-1
WA-M'KD-Job printer; first class, man
on hlch grade Job work. HAYWORTH
PUBLISHING HOUSE, 627-629 G st. N. W.
YOUNG MEN, 18 years of
age or over, to deliver elec
tric cars. Good salary, perma
nent positions BARTRAM
ELECTRIC GARAGE, 1204
New Hampshire ave. 2
YOUNG MAN wanted, one
that can drive cars and to
make himself generally use
ful. Apply BUICK MOTOR
CO., 1625 L st. nw. 5
VAX Colored, who understands the clean
ing of horsrs and liv.-ry stable. JOHN
F. THUMKERT. 423 N st. N W. 1-1
ljf AVAj..v 1? n t.ln .-.!.. a.t ntr
hanger, experience not necessary;
knowledge of Ford car preferred ; can room
and board wttn family li drslrea. Apply
M. P. POWELL. United Cleaning Shop.
US! 14th st N. W. 4
MAK Grocery; experienced. 474 Pa. ave.
N. W. 31
MAX Colored, for pressing on Hoffman
machine. Call at once. LENINE. 30a8
lit. pleasant 1-1
MAN to out on andereoats in automobile
paint shop. Apply 244S Ga. ave. N. W.
TOUXO MAN Offloo assistant; quick to
learn, knowledge of stenography, would
help; at once. JOHN H. WILKINS CO.
619 It I. ave. N. E. 6
MEN to take charge of etahlUhrd routes
solicit orders and make deliveries with
team or truck. Address Lock Box 1241.
City Postofnce. Washington, D. C. 4
FAFKRRAXGEBS At once; steady" "work,
good wages. 3402 Ga. ave Phone
rAINTKKfi Three auto pn Inters. Apply
CENTRAL AITO WORKS & GARAGB.
449-411 Eye st N W i
PAINTER first -class house painters;
steady work. W. F. ANDREWS. 1804
14th st N W. 31
PRES8 FEEDER Must be flrnt class noil
permanent Apply LINCOLN PRESS
CO.. 734 11th st. N W. 1-31
PORTER, strong, active, for
steady position; good wages.
Apply BERBERICH'S SHOE
STORE, 813 Pa. ave. N. W.
WANTED Responsible salesmen. Apply
to Robert Marshall, forenoons, for ap
pointment Main 4621 1-4
STEN'fHlKArnER With fair"! aterage
speed, good opportunity for young man
to learn wnolesale mall orl-r paprr
business; good salary Apply from 9 to
12 a m to Mr HENNING. R P. Andrews
Paper Company, 727-31 Thirteenth st. N.
WANTED First-class Soda
Dispenser; man who under
stands syrups; take charge of
fountain; 10 hours' work; $35
per week. JEFFERSON, 1353
Wisconsin ave, next to Dum
barton Theater. 1
TAILORKorQunt!ro. Va., MS weekly;
sleeping quarters free. Apply to MR. J
MAKOVER. S2S K st N V 2
TAILOB und coat maker. 323 7th st. S.
Experienced on women's coats.
JULIUS GARF1NKLE & CO.
rrrry day are secured by placing an ad in
Fbe Time "Situation Wanted" column,
hone an sd right away, an experienced
perator wt'j help you with It. Hill will
be east ep27-tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE
BUNDLE WRAPPERS Hood wages. Ap
ply TOLMAN LAUNDRY. 6th and C sts
N W t
COOK At once, oxprrlenred for bnrrt--
- I, .. r Al iri -
HELP WANTED FEMALE
A VARIETY cf positions, on both land and
ten, are open t6 those mastering the
science of wireless (rsdlo) telegraphy, and
they pay from $110 per month, with living
expenses, up to 11 too per year. The duties
are pleasant, always Interesting, even fas
cinating, and iiulte different from the
humdrum of most vocations Nearly eve-.-y
one wastes more or less time every day
In fact, time often drags on our hands.
Why uoi put a little of that time In as
quiring something worth while Here is
your opportunity to secure a knowledge of
radio and a firit-grade commercial license,
which fits you for probably a "much better
position than the one you are now hold
ing It's a splendid "stock In trade." and
one that will always come In handy. Our
school -Is the largest in America, our
course most thorough, and the tuition and
terms of payment within any one's reach.
A large class will start Monday,' the 31st,
We should like to have you Join us.
Come In. anyhow, and talk It over.
Service Radio School, 902 Pa. ave.; phone
Franklin 7S14. " 1-11
CHAMBERMAID wanted at enct. $40 per
month Apply basement entrance. High
land Aparts.. Conn, and California avea
N W.. between 7:30 a. m. and "6:30 p. m.
DRESSMAKER W06 14th ht. N. "WM
Washington. D.. C. !
GIRLS For graphotype work and tiling.
Apply APOSTOLIC MISSION -HOUSK,
Brookland. D. C. 1-3
GIRL To work In store; must be single.
830 7th st. S W. l-l
LAUNDRESS AND PRESSER
Only those who arc thoroughly exper
ienced on women's garments 'need apply.
S27 13th st N. W. 1
6th and B Sts. N. W.
Girls for counter, checkers,
cashiers; also experience
waitresses for main dining-room.
Apply after 1Q
a. m. Administration Bldg.,
and ask for Mr. Laughlin.
LADIES -- E x p e rienced.
Good salary and commissions
to capable people, KING'S
PALACE, 810 7th st. 31
For Government girls ready to 'leave for
home, learn to teach dancing: I will pre
pare you at a sm't cost to become Inde
pendent. SIXSXUTU DANCING STUDIO.
1310 U at. N. W 1-3
Salary Fifteen Per Week.
CASTELB ERG'S JEWELRY
. .935 Pa. A've, N. W.
Julius Garfinkle & Co.
have need for expert tewera for altering
women's coats, dresses, waists and skirts.
Those who are satisfactory Wil be given
permanent poltlons mht4-tf
for main dining
room. Apply 10 a. m. Ad
ministration Bldg., Govern
ment Cafeteria, 6th and B
sts. nw. Ask for Mr. Laugh
WAITRESSES wanted; best
wages. Apply VICTORY
LUNCH, 1724 Pa. ave. nw.
WAITRESSES Two. Apply HAVEN'S
LUNCH. 1205 N. T. ave !
WOMAN Colored, to do laundry Apply
THE PERSHING RE3TAURANT, 1008
14th st. N W. 3
WOMEN to work on boys'
pants; experience not neces
sary; steady work. 410 P
St. S. E. 31
WOMAN White, to make herself generally
useful around a small store, wsges $4 J.
room and board. Call 701 Michigan av.
N. E . Brookland. D C. 1
SEVERAL BUSINESS WOMEN
Capable of repretentlng a large New Tork
concern wltn well established connections
In this city. Splendid opportunity for
those contemplating ltaving the Govern
ment but desiring to take up Interesting
and profitable work. Address BOX 101,
Tlmi-a office. mhS.ff
A SPLENDID POSITION
can be secured If you will state your quail
locations in a Want Ad under Situations
Wanted in The Times. Phone your ad.
Main 63C0. Bill wilt be sent. ss37-tf
COOK Maul otay nigh to; reference re
quired, good home. 1460 Columbia road
COOK Good plain; neat and reliable.
3746 Oliver st . Chevy Chase, V C
COOK and general housework: reference
required. 144S Fairmont si. Phnne
Col. 819. 1-31
EXPERIENCED colored cook; smairfam
lly. Phone Columbia 2072. Apply Apt.
62, 1910 Hiltmore st. 1-31
CHAMBERMAID and wait
ress wanted at 1111 11th st.
COLORED GIRL at chambermaid and
wnltreM tn country home neur Wash
ington, pleasant surroundings and good
home Call Cleveland 1147. 6
GIRL for general honxework; references
rtiulred, stay nights. Apply 3601 38tb
st N', W.. cornt-r Portor bt 6
GIRL for general housework; good wages;
stay nights 501 H st. N E. 1-2
GIRL for general hon-Hcwnrk; small
family, at onre Apt. 6. 3427 13th St.
N. W . or Col 3612 S
GIRI Responsible and reliable, for gen
eral housowork Call mornings. 10 to 1.
2219 California st . Apart 31 31
GIRL For light housework.
Sth st N. E.
GIRL White, to ailt with housework; 4
in family, moderate wages. BOX 328.
Times oftlce 1-31
GIRL for general honsework, no washing
or ironing, good wages Apply 161 It. I.
ave. N. E, or phone North 5109 St
MAID For general houMwork; refer
ences PORTNER Apt. 241, 18th and U
sts N W. 3
MAID White, to wait on table; small
family. Apply with references, biHwuin
11 a. m. and 2 p. m 2023 Q st. N W. 1
WOMAN for general housework Good
wages (colored), at once, 128 Tenn. ave.
N E 6
WOMAN as cook and for light
housework. Permanent posi
tion; good wages. Apply 1919
RIALS AND FEMALE
DEPABTSlENT OF THE INTERIOR, Saint
Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington. D. C
HELP WANTED, Male and Female
Place of Employment:' Saint Elizabeth's
Hospital. Washlngtop, D. C This Is a
Government Institution established for the
treatment of soldiers, sailors, and marines
suffering from mental diseases ipeurrcd
In the service of their countr At the
present time this hospital is caring for ap
proximately 3,800 patients and Is perform
ing a very Important service In the restor
ation ot the Nation's disabled righting
forces Nature and Advantages of Em
ployment Ottered: There are a large num
ber of vacancies In the Ward or Nursing
Service of the Hospital Previous expedi
ence Is not necessary. All applicants ac
cepted for this service are given the op
portunity of enrolling in the Training
School for Nurses maintained by the Hos
pital. This school presents a two years
course In connection with the regular du
tlfl of the employee and Is free of charge
to those desiring to enroll. Successful
completion of the course entitles the stu
dent to a diploma. Salaries and Per
quisites: All employees of this service art
furbished free 'of charge Ihelr board, lodg
ing, laundry, and In case ot sickness medi
cal attention for a rrasonsMe period- The
salaries rapgs from t3.$( to $82.60 par
month, the lower salary adjustments being
based on previous experience aid tho
hghsr positions being filled by promotion
from the ranks of those enrolled In the
Tralqlng School. Those vhqse services
firove satisfactory are "promised a salary
nerease effective July , 191 Require
ments: Applicants must be In spund phys
ical condition, should have reached not lets
than their sixteenth birthday, and must be
citizens of the United Stales Application
Form 10SS should be obtained from the
Superintendent of Saint Slisabe(h'f Hospi
tal, Washington. D. C, or the Secretary
of the Fourth Civil Service District, Wash
lngtop, D. C. and filed with either at the
above named parties at the earliest p
slplc date. I7.33.31
FIFTY YOCNO MEN and women ol good
character and good general education
are desired at once lo qualify for posi
tions paying from $1,800 to $1,800 a year
tp start. Tuition may be paid when posi
tions are procured If desired. Quick ac
tion la necessary to take advantage ot this
unusual offer State age and education.
BOX 382. Times office 8
PRIVATE SECRETARY H$engrnphers
preferably a young man knowing the
lumber business and Krench- Apply Room
810. Munsey Bldg. 3
TAILOREaS Experienced. 800 13th at.
N. W. 31
P.RS fnr Sfnlmhfr nnaltlona: hi eh
school $800-81,200. principals. $1,$0)-
WIlUUIs tJUUlaUV. JtllSl.aJiee atw-
$3 800; grades, $$S0-$1.20. desirable posi
tions In all localities. UNION TEACHERS'
a tMvfnt a ... . v 1
yiubni, ormtuHt n. x.
FREE DENTAL WORK
Wanted lOu white patients tor dental
clinic by leading dentist, teeth filled ,.r
extracted positively without charge. Phone
Main 032, or call at Georgetown Dental
Infirmary, 820 H st . beginning Tuesday
morning and lasting through April 4th;
10 to 12 a. m, :30 to 8:30 each day. !
JQtl PRESS FEEDER Steady work. 827
4th st N W. 1
PHnTflS 'er !JMfeattop purposes
rt1u U3 finished promptly ll.po.
BROOKS' STUDIO. 1329 F St. N W.
EVENING WORK wanted Jiy joung man
Expert typist, clerk, and bookkeeper.
Address B'.X 356. Times office 1-2
PARTY tilth ooe-ton truck desires steady
hauling, will accept for Indefinite pe
riod it price Is satisfactory 1102 U st.
N- W. Phone N. 4777 1-2
KITCHEN KTKWARD, headwaiter or as
sistant, checker or restaurant manager
I'oung man with many years of hotel
and restaurant experience dr-slrcs position.
BOX 388, Times office 1-3
CHEF First -elan Chinese; 19 years ex
perience, best references obtainable; no
position considered undr $110 a month;
thoroughly experienced in managing for
families, hotels, or cafes. Address BO
353,JTlroes offlefc. It
DISCHARGED SOLDIER, college man.
member of Greek letter fraternity, de
sires position as social secretary to promU
nen( business man or woman, best refer
ences can be furnlshvd. BOX 324, Times
YOPNO man desire 4 or 5 hours' stenog
raphic or copying work during entngs
after 8.30; either at home or at cTflee.
BOX 30C. Times office. 1-31
DISCHARGED soldier wunU nork of any
kind, day ur night. HARDING, 40).
Adams st. N. E. 1-3
CHEF Colored; wants pi a re la hotel or
restaurant TONEV BUTLER, 3 De
frees st. 31
MIDDLE AGKD white man wishes posi
tion as mght Mrhmin; no Janitor
work: good refs BOX 335, Times offlc.i
MAN of thirty, with ttwi limine ability
as salesman or i k kreper. drslres
permanent pvmtinn w.th reliable buslne,
firm, army reference. B X 332. Times of
GENERAL office work; had 12 yn. experi
ence, am enlisted man uould like to
work after S p. tn Apply BOX 276 Phone
Nurth 3633- r 1-4
CUAlTTTJl'lt Private family; first-class
mrchanlc. guud references, by colored
man 88 a st. 8. W 1-31
JANITOR, experienced By married dis
charged soldier, references, bandy witu
tools. BOX 302 Times office; 1
ALFRED E. RECON.
M. 6377. 816 G st. N. W. 901 Mather bldK
POSITION wanted pt once, by rx-soldler,
as bookkeeper and cashier, can operate
Burroughs ledger posting machine; also
have some experience as salesman and
demonstrator. BOX 321. Times office. 1-2
UPHOLSTERING, repairing our specialty.
North 3839-J ma28.90t
In very line may br secured by Inserting
a small ad In Tb- Times Help Wanted.
Phono your ad to Main 6260. Bill will be
GIRL Colored; rompetent; wantn position
as waitress afternoons and evenings;
best of references Columbia 4855 2
COOK Ity white woman: asnist with
housework: no laundry, no children, stay
nights. Apply BOX SSl.JTimes office 1
LADY Maiden; with knewledge of
French, German. Russian and Swedish,
would like position as translator or In
terpreter BOX . Times office 8
to take home by first-clans
Addresn 204 B at N W 2
washing to take home
1427 Duncan st.
DRESS MAKING SnrlnT.
venlig gowns. Vorh S43
APARTMENTS TO LET
ROYDON. 1610 R ST. N. W. One room
and bath, handsome apart.. $50. W P.
METCALF. 1306 Eye st N W. l
P ST. X. XV., 2707 Nlrely furnished apart
ment for I. h k home privileges; par
lor, piano, etc Phone West 20J8-J 1
THKKK ROOMS, kitchen, bath; com
pletely furnished. Silver, linen, sleeping
porch, downtown apt. house; possession
Saturday, $110 per month, lease or month
ly 710 14th st N W Room 208 4
2 ROOMS and kitchenette, well furnished.
$75 per month, available the 1st. 739
1 3 th st N W 1-3
WOODRIDGE, 2810 2th st. N. E Two or
three well furnished rooms with kit
chenette; 4 or 6 young ladles or adults,
within 2 short squares from South Dakota
ave. garage space-also. Take Riverdale
car line. 2
THREE ROOMS, kltrhenettr and bath, in
northwest. BOX 331. Times office. 1-31
MARRIED couple, no chlldrrn. want 2
room, kitchenette apt , unfurn.. N. W
section preferred Call after Sunday
Main 27S0, br 383 1-31
FOR RENT FLOOR SPACE
8,000 SQUARE FEET floor space for rent:
terms reasonable. 18S9 South Capitol t.
3,000 SQUARE TBYJS floor space far rent;
terms reasonable 1339 South Capitol st,
FOR RENT ROOMS
19TII ST. X. W., 3304 Nice light room,
near bath; suitable for one or two peo-
pie; available at once. 8
1106 L ST. N". iV. Large room for two
girls; real home, within easy walking dls
tanco. $13 per month eac h Main 3753. 1-1
ROOM with twin bed.. Phone 6218 Frank
lin. 1747 BjV.N. W. 1-2
ROOM In apartment" for gentleman. Tele
phone North 6084. 1-J1
9SS O "ST. X. XV. Large room, running
water, tor two, 30Tfor one. $25. central.
WANTED One or two girls to share apt.
n'esr Dupont circle. Phone N. 2303. after
8 p. m. 2
Uth 6T. N. H, 1129 Front room, neatly
furnished, 318 monthly; central location.
f.LETEI,LYN ArT F ST. N. W., 2224
Nicely furnished room. $15 each. Call
after 6. or ph,one Wtst 582. Apt. 11. 31
E ST. N. V., 3J9 Tfq rooms, furnished
for 1. h- k. ; second floor front, next to
path; no children; also one bedroom on
flrst-floqr front. 81
PA. AVE. N. W., 1208 (opp. Raleigh Hotel)
Nice ropm for man and wife or two
men; heat and hot water all the time; cen
M ST. N. W'., 807 Two rooms and kitchen
ette, one room and kitchenette, for 1. h
k.; nicely furnished. Frank. H38-W. It
LARGE front" room for gentleman; 1
square from Wardman P4rk Hotel;
modern conveniences; references ex
changed. Phone North 1487. 6
10th ST. N. W., 1819 Large 24 floor front
room for I or more. Phone service, i
loth ST.. 1634 Attractive large Bd floor
room for gentlemen. 8
COLUMpIA BOAP Large" 3d story front
room, for 1 or 2; practically private
bath Columbia 8248-J C
EUCLID Sf. I. W.. 1204 Largo front fur
nished room. h-w. h. and electric lights;
use of phone; gentleman only. 6
B ST. X. W 1349 Girl to share beautiful
apartment: music and living room, den.
private bed room and bath; breakfast and
dlnper j;easonahle N. S723-J. 8
20th ST. X. V., 1732 TwV Urge double
bedrooms; private bath, electric lights,
h-w. h., unlimited phone' service; 2
squares from Dupont Circle. $76. North
13th ST. N. Wv" 1108 Room, first floor;
neatly furnished; steam beat; hot water;
telephone, gentlemen only. 31
PICKFORD PL. N. E.. 47 "(bet. F and G
and Ith and 9th) Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, very con
venient and reasonable; within block of
3 car lines. 1-I
10th ST. N. W.rsi&j-arge front room Tor
two or four persons, electric light?,
steam heat; always hotjvater Inbath. 1-
HODABT PI Jf. W.. 77C Room fumUlied
for 2 young ladles.' Call Columbia
6610-W. " J
S ST. . W., 53 :Room; hate a large, pool
front room, nicely furnished, with two
double beds, suitable tar 4 young men, very
large closet, dresser and chiffonier; use
of parlor and phone, terms. $2.(0 per
week Phone North 929. 1-J
L ST. N. W., 1106 Ijirge fropt room for
two young ladles: also single rooms; $18
per month per person Main 2783. 1-2
K.ST. N. W., 1209 Large room near bath;
'also lady to share room; rent reason
3IASS. AVE. X. XV.. 476 Nicely furnished
MASS. AVENwT4493rfnrnl(ihed and
unfurnlshod rooms. 1. h. k. permitted.
19th ST.. 2919 Sunny, outstay rooms;
married couples preferred'; light meals
prepared If desired. North 8814- 1
6th ST. 8. XV.. Ulft Tliree'rdcely famished
rpoini for 1 h. k. 1
R. I. AVE., 1530 Large bright room, a.
m I , suitable for one or two gentl. In of
fice, walking distance. Call after 8 p. m.
Phone JTranklin 3089 1-31
B ST. N. H7l423 Furnished front room;
one or two gentlemen. S .
TWOYODNO LADIES wanted to-share
finely furnished two-ronm apartment In
modern apartment house; telephone MISS
HARRISON. Apt. 313, North 7951, after 5
EAST CAPITOL ST., 1216 Two adjolnlpg
rooms, southern exposure, overlooking
Lincoln Park, suitable for four or five.
use of phone, private family 5
TARKWOOD EL. N. tt, 1SCI Nicely fur
nished room, convenient to bath, suit
able for two refined girls; large back
F torch; no children; home privileges. Co
umbla 121. 21
UNIVERSITY PL., 2674, corner Eaejldltt.
N. W. Two. bright, outside rooms. 2d
floor, next bath; no other roomers; may be
seen after 5 o'clock- Phone Col. 2934. 1
VERY NICE large second floor front room
for two or three ladles employed. Col.
LARGE well furnished second floor front
room on Columbia Heights, suitable for
two; steam heat, gas, electricity and phone
service; vacant after 7th. Columbia 7092.
DESIRABLE ROOM, two yonng ladles em
ployed, phone Col. 4780. 1
14th ST. N. XV., 1809 Roommate by young
lady to share nice room, 2 large closets;
next to bath. 8
CARROLL AVE., 20, Tnkoma Park One
furnished front room on Uth st. car line.
EUCLTO ST. X. XV., 1286 Modern front
room for 2 or 3 girls. 1
th ST. N.W.TlM2 Two rooms; iTh. k.
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. XV.. 400 New
Liberty Hotel Nicely furnished rooms
for I. h. k Phone Lincoln 285. B
EAST CAP. ST., 325 Large front room
for 2. 1 h. k. If desired; near bath.
Phone Lincoln 5731. S
10th ST. N. E., 640 Large clean room:
convenient to 3 car lines: reasonable 8
10th ST. 1S1H Large front hall room;
with or without board 5
LARGE front room, south and west ex
posure, adjoining bath; home privileges,
a. in. I ; tennis court, convenient to 3
car lines, ladles Phone Col 825. 31
KYE ST. N. W.. 222 Furnished room. 812
monthforJyoung man. 31
ONEROOM in apartment, S20 a month;
lady of quiet habits prof erred; refer
ences required, seen by appointment. BOX
341. Times office. 1
II ST." N. XV.. 2025 Second" floor front
room, large bright, attractive, ample
ir three gentlemen, electric lights, not
water; near the bath. 1-31
O ST. N. XV., 120 Two large roomswUh
private bath, also large room suitable
for twjj 1-4
K ST. N. E., 221 Front room; private
family, one person, 818 ; two. 325. 1-1 ..
2nd ST. N. XV., 305 2 large well furnished
rooms next to bath, one sfrtall on same
floor, gentlemen preferred; $20 per month
for one or $.'5 for two In a room. 1-31
MONROE ST (Brookland), 1265 Onedou
ble front room, one small room adjoin
ing, will servebreakfast 1-31
BEAUTIFULLY furnished sitting and bed
room with re II nod private family, suit-
able for two Phone Col 8428-J. 1-31
MT. PLEASANT ST., 3110 Comfortable
ind flour room near bath, married cou
ple or gentlemen; transients. 1-31
B ST. N. W., 1518 Extremely large room,
for two orthr6e gentlemen. f 1
E ST. N. E., 304 Large frnnrroom, twin
beds, up-to-date bath, good table board
in neighborhood 1-31
QI-ESt7"nT XV., 1528 Small, clranfront
room, neur bath Temporary phone
North 2253-J 4
LARGE front room, south anil wct ex
posure, adjoining bath, home privileges,
a. m I . tennis court and convenient to 2
car lines, l'honu Col 625 4
N. y7AVe!, 1216-Nlee" clean famished
rooms for rent n
MADISON ST. N. XV., 1233 Large front
room, southern exposure, near suburban
home. Ideal location. $25. Col. 1871. 1-3
23rd ST. N. W.. 024 Walking distance
from War Dept.; large froht room, suit
able for 3 persons, am 1., reasonable,
also smaller room Phone West 3137. 1-J
Sth ST. N. XV., ltlfl Two large communi
cating front and back rooms, adjoining
bath, suitable for two or more persons, or
will rent beparate If desired. 1-31
jSrd ST. N. XV.. 222 Neatly furnished
rooms. In a well-kept houso, all modern
conveniences; unusual environments: rea
sonable topermanents ''
12th ST. N W.. 2511 One large room,
nicely furnished, with porch attached,
a. in.i.; re4sonable. Phone Col. 1489-J
COLUMBIA ROAD. 1746 Room for 2 or 3.
Col 4919 3
V bTrN.'w.. 53 Nicely' furnished front
room, a m I 1-31
MONROE ST, N. W., 1349
Two nicely furnished rooms
on second floor, near bath,
private home, for 3 young
ladies; reasonable. Phone
Col. 4705-J. 5
18TH ST. N. W., 2445 Nice
ly furnished rooms. Col.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished tzt - hi
modern" home near' Dupor - ; 2 gflnr
tlemen or young army Cw-... Phone
North 334,3. " 31'
I ST. N. W lOSr-Twp large, nicely fur
nished rooms, 'peat path; a. is. i.: use
cf phone Frank. 1160.' 1-1
13th 8T. N. XVZ, 404 Several fleatlr fur
nished rooms with all modern convenl
ences. including "shower baths. ' J
1st ST. X.XV.. 2220 Large, alxjt roouj,
nicely furnished; all conveniences; rent
reasonable; mi of phone. 1
G ST. S. W.. 1012 Room and board; bath
room floor; hot water 1
TWO bedrooms, kitchenette, famished for
T. h. k.; electricity. h--w. b.. semi ue
of bath,' adults only; reaiqnable. Phone
Col. 4087-W 1
I. ST. N. XV.. 13S2 Bxeeptlonall Urge
rpnt roqm, auitablp for 2 or J: 'southern
exposure; 4 windows: twin bed: qutet
house Frank. 347
U ST. N. W., 144 FurnUhed rooms ff
light housekeeping; no children- North
PUPQNT CIRCLE neighborhood; bright
room 'or lady; references required. North
9721. ' 31
QUEBEC PL. N. XV 747 Ou large well
furnlshed room, suitable for two. 31
GRANT tmCLK, 4227, Fetwerth On
ijufib ggin on ct;ofiu ifuv. irf.
private family; suitable for two. Phone
Columbia 7227 31
N. J. AVE. X. XV.. 1737 Two fnralsbetJ
roorgs ior iignt nomekeeping. i
ONE OR TWO LADIES, new corner house,
near 14th and Decatur;' a. m. I.; 'board
near; convenient two car lines. Col. 325.
6th ST. N, E 105 Niee bright room net
to bath. a. m. !., suitable for two girls.
Phone Lincoln 2188. 4
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Inseetjcide
will rid your home of roaches, ants,
waterbugs and bedbugs. Will exterminate
roaches in your' home for 82.80. 'Sold by
aruggisis or A. 5J. C CO., Sit 14. t. ava.
QUEBEC ST. N.'W-. 730 Large well fur
nlshed room. 3d floor, southern exposure;
private bath.. .Phone Col. 7842. ' 4
ATTRACTIVE 3d floor, very large frost
room; semi-private bath. Phone West
1470. r . 4
EA6T CAPITOL ST., ' 653 Nice room la
apt. 300; electricity, gas, neat; next to
bath; newly furnished; very reasonable;
for 1 or 2- 4
th ST.N. ., lift Nicely furnished front
rocm, suitable for two ; "with home privi
leges; most cqnvenlent location in city.
Line. 3211. " ' . !-!
BATHS Shower and Tub
G. A. ROBINBOrf BARBER SHOP.
416 12th sL, Opposite Raleigh HoteL
r ' M28-8t
PARK ROAD, 103S Two rooms, prlvstfl
bath, housekeeping suite, suitable tor
four or five ladles employed; a. m. 1.; also
single rooms for two or three; references
3th ST. X. W- UOOrBaoja, 2nd floor, near
bath; gentlemen. Phone North 8782.
TENNESSEE AVE. E.. 148 Nice fur
nished room for two young ladles or mar
ried couple; near Lincoln Park- Line. 68.
S ST. N. XV.. 1634-r-Bacfaelor. hero la what
you are looking for: Handsomely fur
nished room and meals that are the best to
be had. in a real nice home of refinement
and cheerfulness. 1-31
1st ST. V. XV.. SOS Booms or bt.j privi
lege of 1. h. k.; bath; private ramify.
14th ST. N. W., 2621-Cha-
pultepec Inn, nicely furnished
room, suitable for two. no13-tf
TTIE BEST BOOMS T WASHINGTON
can be secured by simply phoning The
Tlmsa, Main 8360, and Inserting a ll
ad at a small cost under Wanted Rooms.
BUI wil be sent. An experienced opera
tar will help yoq write the ad. MlT-tf
FURNISHED RQOHS WITH BOAftD
ROOM Attractive, with
good board; to some one de
siring a home. Call North
K ST. N. XV., IT4 Room on 4tb floor;
excellent meals; home cooking; suitable
for 3 men or women. Frank. 7495. 1-4
16th ST. N. W., 1414 rDouble room and
board; private bath; walking distance
downtown. Phone Frank. 8743. 1-31
PA. AVE. 8. E.. 1014-Extra Urge front
room on first floor for 2 or 4 men; price
$3S per month with board. On car line
and convenient to all Government bldgs.
Cleve. in. 1-4
S ST. N, W., 144S Nicely furnished room
for 2, electricity and porch. Phone North
WANTED ROOSIS AND BOARD.
BY WIDOWER and two boye. aged S sad
6, one large or two small rpoms In
Protestant home, where children will be
given proper attention; also board, ex
clusive of lunches for the father Chil
dren are pleasant and agreeable; prefer
place where there are ne other children;
state terms and full particulars: no ob
jection suburbs. BOX 381, Times office.
BY WIDOW and 10-year-old boy; walk
ing distance -of 7th and B. BOX 8,
Times office. 5
YOUNO MAN Government clerk, refined
and agreeable, will pay $20 per month
for well furnished bedroom, must be
worth the money and bat. 12th and 19th
and F and XV sts. N. W. or In Mt.
Pleasant section; at once. Address BOX
12. Times office. 1
ROOMS, one or two Northwest part ut
tne cny. not over 410. liujv, jou i-;-
WANTKD Three unfurnished rooms and
bath for I. h. k. 1137 4th st. N. E.
ROOMS for light housekeeping, near Ceo.
tral High School if possible. Phone CoL
16th ST. N. W., 1414 Good table board t
convenient to downtown and residential
districts Franklin 5743. 1-4
MD.AVE. N. E., 1252 Table board, home
cooking; also two unfurnished rooms
after the 1st of April. l
K ST. N. XV.. 1764 Can aceomroodato se
eral table boarders; home cooking.
ROOMING HOUSE IS rooms: downtown
location: owner has other business. o
will sacrifice to quick buyer Addreta
BOX 354. Times office !
ROOMING HOUSE Furnished; 12 rooms,
2 baths, $6,000, good business. Inquire
426 3d st N JVV. i
INVESTMENT Require W.000: "beare
close Investigation: will sell all or part:
backed by a successful merchant; good
reason for selling. BOX 339, Times office.
A GOOD INVESTjrENT Five-room bouse;
rents for $10.60; will sell for $900; situ
ated at 1858 Kreamer st. N. B. F.
THOMPSON. Ballston. Va. 31
Beautiful pressed -brick home at present
rented as 3 flats, may be conducted as
high-class rooming house; will sell reason
able. Phone West 2058-J. 1-3
Don't Wait An Hour!
Jome at Un- and Kxamlne the Wonderful
NIAGARA OIL BURNJER
At 909 H ST N. W.. Washington. D. C.
Oreat Opportunity Ottered.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ALL Mndsof officefurniture
for sale at sacrificing prices.
911 7th St. N. W. Phone M.
SO BASEBALL GLOVES Large and
small. $20 the lot. 651 L st. S. wl
Phone Franklin 1196. 2
leaving city, de-
sires to mspose or furniture. 426 Ken-
yon St. K. W.. apt. 23. Col. 9175. 1-1
BlCVCLE-Jusf Overhauled, new tlreo and
a5S"ierqr,; cheap for cash. LUM
BER YARD. 7th and K sts. S. W. !
CHANDELIER Crystal, 4-armed; 1m
ported; also others for sale. 428 Long
fellowst. N. W 5
EIEVlTOB 2-ton, dieap.
Sd ? V
BICYCLE Boyta, In Very good shape; Ughl
battery and mud guards; reasonable'.
No. 1, 1826 X. H". are. V. W: North 6677.
COAT SUIT Lady's dark blue; slxo 38;
excellent condition. 1340 Columbia road.
Phone Columbia 4639. 6
TYUMEN'S CLOTHES, snlU, dresses, hat;
1220Mdsroe st. X. B. 31
BED Splendid foar-poster, ohlffonler and
..5fMln tD,; Kood condition. Nort4
282. apart. 406. 5
Call 221 14 H st. N. B. ' 1-31
CANOE Fully equipped; us.ed one season:
origfnl cost. $b0; will make quick saio
for $30. Cai Lincoln 3377 1-4
COAT Black broadeiothi trimmed with
silk, braid. Almost ntw; size 46. Ahu
blue war cape trimmed with sliver braia.
Very reasonable. 830 D st. S. B. 1.31
WHEELS FQR PQRD TRUCK
Twq rear. wl(h Mots cushion tires. Z466
lth st. N- W. Fhone Col. 2577. 1-4
w.)D Kinilllhg "dcUvereil, 33 load; also
vw t "MM ur his. J. rx. px
GBKALD, 24 Jackson st, N. E. M. 1006.
0pDA FOUNTAINS LeteM models now on
djtplay; fotntalns carried In stock tor
prpmpt delivery; pta'nnfacturers prices
and 'terms: also'sarrV everything in foun
tain supplies. BURGH ft KLEPS. Inc. 48?
Pa. a've. N. W.
NEW SAMPLE DRESSES
Latest spring models; prices very low.
Apt. 11. 1432 R St. N. W.
Phone North 7713-W.
BEDS AND COTSr-Folding; several for
sale. 1759 P st. U. W 4
HAT-r-New blak and white: reasonable.
Call Franklin 8520. 2
OFFICE FUKNITCBE--Used, for sale;
good "condition; vary reasonable. LEX
INGTON MOTOR CO., 22"Natlona: HoteU
' 1-1 '
COAT Green spring; satin lining through
out; size 36, misses; worn very Uttl4:
black fox muff, repo de chine lining: used
only a few-times; perfect condition. Phon
Coi. 21S3-W. 1-1
BEDS, mattreeaea and springs' reasonable.
Apply. '112 R st. X. E. Phone N. 52-J.
BOD A FOUNTAIN Handsome; slightly
used; ' long; cheap. 210 Ind. ava.
V. Vf. ' ' 31'
HARNESS for sale: donblo set: good con
dlflon: Apply 501 U St. Jf. W.. or North
300 GALLON CYPRESS TANK- Apply
Franklin Laundry; 808 I3th st. N. W.
FUBN1T USE Oak dining room' suit, S23.
Call Franklin 7044- 4
DUPLICATE EEVS. 25c.
Outside lock repairs our 'specialty. tiU
expert workmen. ...
DIBTniCT I.OCK CO.,
1204 N.w- Yprk Ave. italn 2(31.
" ""' mh30-sot
GAM RANGES BEPATEED and rebailL
CLTDB L. BOWEB9. 1207 H st. N. W
Main 7814, gB22r3tt
MOTORCYCLE rCIeTeUnd; good as new;
new tires, camden and headlight; bar
gain for cash. 102 Sth st. N. E. L. 97B-J.
HQTORCYCLE BJarley-DaTldson. 1915,
3-speed; electric; fully equipped; tan
dem; speedometer and luggage carrier:
p.rfet condition, well taken care of and
looks lke new; 1250. 824 13th at. N. W.
MOTORCYCLE Excelsior Twin. 1918;
electric equipped; side ear; in first-class
condition; cheap for cash. 1318 34th st.
N. W. 3
MOTQRCYCLEr-BxcpUIor twin; good and
azt'etayi a bargain at $85 cash. 633 L st
N. E. Phone Line. 3643-W. 1-31
FOUlTRY, PETS ANp LlVf: STOCK;
BEN8 Tea whUe Orpington yearlings for
sale; good layers. 909 llth st. N. B. 1
PIANO Mahogany upright; In good con
dition; ISO cash to quick buyer. Frank
lin 6346. 6
BRADBURY upright piano, excellent con
dition; mahogany dining set. several
pieces bedroom furniture, one fine parlor
rocker. 4101 Harrison St. after 7 p. m..
Sunday afternoon before 5 p. m. Cleve.
BANJO aad King Slide Trombone; rea
sonable. 2024 Eye st. N. W. 1
Used Player Piano Mahogany Case.
88-note, Kurts Brothers.
$360. Easy Terms.
ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO.
13th AT O ST. N. W. mh4-if
PIANO Standard make upright, nearly
new, perfect condition, $275 cash. Call
9-12 &. m. 1615 Rlggs place N. W. 4
PIANO Upright Lester? good condition;
quick sale; party leaving town. N. 1266.
ORGAN Estey; perfect order. 1020 Cor
coran St., apt. 1. call mornings. 1-31
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
nOKSK-r-Rmall riding, for sale: worth
$350; wil sell cheap; party leaving town.
Phone CI eye. 1339. 31
HORSE7vAG0N. HARNESS; GOOD CON
DITION, $12$ 705 7th st. S. W. 5
MUST SELL 12 horses and marcs, buggy,
set of double harness. At -tar 1220 C
st. 3. W. 3
SADDLE tlORSES For hire; teacher fur
nlshed; ride out of stable Into Potomac
Park Tel. Franklin 2912. 1210 Ohio ave.
N. W. W. D BO LTON 3
HORSE Small riding: may be seen at
Palmer's Livery Stable. 3249 Prospect
st . Georgetown. I
SIX HORSEST three mares, three mnles.
Bear 4il Pa. ave. w v. -
STEAM BOILER Address
WILL buy pawn tickets for pin or ring,
cluster or solitaire. BOX 334, Tim:
1 WANT A DUMP WAGON, Eagle prefer
red, must be In good condition. Col.
GAS WATER HEATER; must be reason
able, norm, .ia-j. i-
I buy Used FURNITURE Of any Kind
S. WBI8ENBBRO. 622 E st. NW.. Fr. 6151
The dealer with the square deal reputation
WILL BUY. furniture of small apt. for
transfer of leaae. Phone F. 3120. 2
WILL CALL, city or sob.; pay highest eah
prices, for ladle, men's and children a
worn clothing, shoes: send postal or phone
J TARSHES. 1303 7th nw.; phone North
YOUR FURNITURE A pricf
at LOWE'S. 306 O st. N. W. Franklin 7691.
SAWMILL OUTFIT; state kind, condition,
price. C. B. MUN8ON. Arlington. Va.
niture and faather beds to Square Deal Fur
niture Co., 6U1 Eye st. N. W. Main 5636.
Tour Watch or Clock repaired In 5 daya
Ladles' Bracelet Watches a .Specialty.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
LOEIG AND ASHBY,
485 7tb St. N. XV.
Phone Main 2967
SPRING CLEANING? ? ?
CALL FRANKLIN 3341
For best Junk man. mh!4-3ot
All kinds, wanted to MrnUa an n.rooia
heus rvovntty iurrhad Franklin 8662.
XVB'U. GIVE CAgB 70X JQVST
Pianos and Talkfng'Machlnes
Ellis t Arnold. 1)33 Q rt. 'UHS iiC
DO MQT EXPERIMENT
We are the largest in the tiae.
Send in your" old straw hats
and leave the rest tg uj for
your own interest.
"WE W NT TO KBEP TOU
AS X CCSTOMEK-
Wo nut ne,w life ihd txl la
yUr h?BACHRACH'S, '
Main 603. 318 G st. N.
constant demands, for neoseiieU
:nce iuronui, u ypnuqa 10
hth.tt nrirA KUvtnr i.ifMr. 9
- ' fe;-8t
SPOT CASH fio'tWgf mSBft
KEIL. 1638 7th st. nw. Bb, NestO 1844.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELS?.
Highest Pxpe Eald.
Bought for cash from prirute parties and
estates: 316 Washington Loan and Treat
building., Jth and ? sta. N. W- l-j
WANTED Fumltnro for cash. BelTyoet
goods te the man wbo gives tbr i4
money. See HOPWOOD. 3th aad X.
WANTED FnmltBTe. pianos, carpets. eU.
Phone 11 1381 for wagon, or 'have we
calL TVE3OHLERS.,,820Pa.ave.N. TC;
HAVE YOD 3NTrBND"UENWUBE
We baye the. price yon ask Ufa gf t
1018 N. T. ave. N, W. 1143 1th st. N. W.
Main 2899. North 3422-
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
i ORPN7 JEWBLRY CO M. 8.18.
t-UKClN. otiY; 50r9lh st,n.w.
GOLD. SILVER DU I O fStAMnNn?
PLATINUM. JEWELBT IJIAil-'"Ua
FOR RENT OFFICES
WILL SUBLEASE to October 31, one to
three offices In Munsey bldg., fronting
Pennsylvania avenue; at a loss to ourselves.
DU PONT CO.. 722 Munsey hU- Phob'e
Franklin 80. I-IJ
Lessons in very simple but effective re
ducing exercizes fer ladles.' Also
exercises for stooped or plgepn toed chil
dren. Expert teacher.
JANBTTE SCOTT. 632 E Capital St.
I IMP IN WALK OUT
1340 BYE ST. "IV W.
10 to 7. Ppen Sundays. 716 lUb st-. Apt. 2.
DB. HOWARD, rhlropractle pbysleB,
Will cure simple flbrpid or cxophthatsale
goitre or any enlargement ofthe thyroid
glands; why suffer' this defermity? S.ee
me now. Boom 23, Warder bldg.. corner
8th and F sts. maS-tf
Manicuring, Facial and Scalp Treatsaest
T3 6tb st. N. W- Apt. 3. Mfla-ilfX. '
Manicuring, sxalp treatment, sbaapoolaf
an 2 facial massage.
1418 V SL N. W., Apt 31.
' r -3l
PB. EVANS, serve aad stomach spectaBst.
Electric treatment proving wonderfully
successful. I absolutely guarantee reHef:
consultation free. 1317 L at-'Phene F. 14T.
Skm Disease a Specialty
Chronic Ecjema and Itchings Prompt
ly Stopped. Acne. Skin Cancers.
DR. NICHOLSON. 1395 H St. N. W.
"MADAME LA BLANO
Electrical Face and Scalp Massage. Mani
curing. 10 a, m to 8 p. m. 222 H st. N. W
Apt 4. f3-34tv
Scalp Treatment and Manicuring. Hours,
10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 805 M at. N.W. 4832,
THE INDIAN Have yoo sees hlmT Loott
for him In Sunday personal, and call at
OLD rNDIAN HERB SHOP. 1722 Ith A
MissJAMERON SS"S? "S 61
1212 New York ave. N. W, second floor.
rt pppn sPPriAT iqt
894 SEVENTEENTH STREET ?
-.. a n ..n re surr-aful oractlce in tbs 1
UVCI ju JCci.j:Ui ChTonle NeWoM
and Special Diseases . Hen and Women.
Means health toouif you suffer
from Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism. Con
stipation. Piles, Throat. Lungs, Brala,
Heart. Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous
Debility. Kidney Diseases, Bladder troubles.
Specific Blood Poisoning, Eruptions, Ulcers,
and All Private Diseases Cured far Life by
606. Bacteria Vaccine, and all the sew
serums and antl-tqxlns administered.
Charges low Md!rJ-) furreked,
Licensed by the District of Columbia
Noted clairvoyant and palmist. Olves
advice on business matters, love, health,
and family affairs. Tails name of your
future husband or wife, tells tf one yoo
love fs true or false. What part of tni
country Is luckiest to you. What to do to
be successful In life. 1216 N. T. ave N
W. Next door to Masonic Temple. Read
ings. Jl. 6
Palmist and clairvoyant: readings dally.
sat. guar. 612 F st. PHONE MAIN 1437
Genuine Egyptian Scientific Palmist, reads
your entire life. past, present and future,
satisfaction guaranteed Readings. 31.
612 "th st. N. W 5
PROFESSOR LE RENSCH
The noted palmist and clairvoyant, can be
consulted da'y 1002 7th st. N. W. Hoars
I to 5 p. m. Satisfaction guaranteed 31
MME. KARTO Clairvoyant, median: will
give advice on alt affairs of life; read
ings dally; satisfaction guaranteed, hours,
II 10 8. 810 5tb st. N. W. Frank. 1002.
MADAM PARKER Gifted Palmist and
Clairvoyant, gives advice on all affairs nf
life. She asks no questions, but will tall
you what you want to know. You will be
wiser and happier after seeing her. Sat
isfaction or no charges. Readings, 31,99.
HOUR8 10 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
1311 B st. N. W.. between 13th and 13th.
Palmistry is a recognized science, and
Is known as one of Its greatest exponents.
Hundreds visit this remarkable woman
dally, complete readings with accurate de
scriptions of what your hand foretells only
31. Reception parlor n. e. corner of 6th
and G N W. Entrance 6th st. Hours 19
a m to S p m 5'
Egyptian Palmist If tn doubt call and
be convinced 22 Sth st N. V? 8
Licensed by the Dittrict of Columbia.
MISS LA POINTS, Spiritual Adviser wTt
the late Indian Psychic Mrs. Saunders.
1210 8th at N. XV m 6