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THE WASHINGTON TDfES, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919.
LOST AND FOUND
SCARF Brown fox, large tail,
on Fairmont st, bet. 1 1th
and 13th, Thursday, about 7:30.
Reward if returned to Miss M.
VIET, 2626 Uth st. N. W. 1-3
roCKETBOOK Black leather containing
money, cards and add rem. lost by sailor
on train March 30. Reward S. J. MILLI
KIN. 1803 Calvert st. 3
PBS' A Utile wheel with a red star In the
center; lost Saturday afternoon from
Central High Schpol to 12th and N sts. N.
W.. by girl scout. Reward If returned to
131? 12th st. N. W. 7
GOLD WATCII Lady's, heavily engraved.
hunting case. Return to 1468 Clifton
st, N. W. and receive reward. Phone Col.
EYEGLASSES Tortoise iihell rim. Sat
urday evening, after 4. between Treasury
and corner 6th st and N. T. avc. Call
L6 4 OP. Branch 736. "
HOUSE rLANS On linen tracings, be
tween Uth and Glrard and 13th and Q
at. Return to W. R. UMAR, care Bar
ber & Rom. 11th and G. or phone Colum
bia 37?3. reward. i
GLASSES Shell rim; In leather case; at
Ontario rd., between Ontario place and
Columbia rd. Please return to 2810
Adama Mill road Reward. 1
POCKETBOOK Black; Initialed "31. L.
S," on Navy car No. 132. between
"Onion Station and Navy Yard. Monday 7
p. m. . reward for return or Information
regarding same. PlraKe return to WAR
"WORKER, care Neely'a Drug Store, 300
11th eL S E. 1
BEADS String of black gun metal.
Thursday noon. March 27. between 19th
and D sts. and Corcoran Courts. RewarJ.
T-nttirn n 3427 12th st N. W. 1-1
EMBLEM Engraved Premier Clnb. Re
ward, 1 Southern bids . lBth and H sts.
N. W. 1-3
LOCKET Bound, bine, background, but
terfly d est en. lost between Casualty
Hospital and 22nd and P sts. Reward if
returned to Mrs. O'ROURKE. 2124 P St..
apt 31. Phone N C387 or M. 1431. 1-2
DOG English bull, nhite and brlndle
markings, with screw tail; named Den.
Liberal reward. SHERMONT B. THOMAS,
613 2nd at. N E. Line S181 1-3
BULLDOG White, with black spot, wear
lng brasa-studded collar and license tag;
Answers to name of Bobble. Return to 2201
Conn, ave -Liberal reward. 3
DOG Setter, black and white; answers to
name of Jock. Reward If returned to
4101 Connecticut ave. . 2
DOG Brindle Boston terrier,
with collar inscribed "Doris
Dillon, Clarendon, Va." Ph.
North 2883. Reward. 1
NECKPIECE Bine fox; lost at 14th on F,
13th st. N. W.; please return 1746 Mass.
ave.; reward. 5
UMBRELLA Lost Saturday in Wallla
Cafe. 12th and O sts.; also glasses, lost
Tuesday In Loew's Palace Theater. Re-
HELP WANTED MALE
first-class man; wages be
tween $30 and $40 per week.
Apply 37 N st. nw. 5
A PRACTICAL TRADXINO
Za Drafting will qualify yon to enter this
profession of permanent employment at an
excellent salary. Our graduates are In de
mand. Complete course In your spare
time, day or night. In 3 to 9 months. In
dividual Instruction. Catalog of particu
lars on request. (School la session all
year get In touch sow). COLUMBIA
SCHOOL OP DRAFTING. 14th and T eta,
K. W. Phone North 373. te'l-tf
BARBER Colored: $18 guaranteed: good
for 130. 3304 14th St. Col. 36SS. 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 169, Times office. ii
BOYS 3 school, wanted on
Saturdays; $4 per day; must
know how to sell. Apply
STAND 1 1, Arcade Market 1-7
BOY wasted to serve Times route In south
east. Apply at once. BOX 210. Times
BOY Wide-awake and energetic, to serve
Times route near North Capitol st. Ad
dress P. D. MTI.I.ER. Circulation DepL,
AlOJV OU16V. U
BOY with wheel to run errands. 617 7th
at N W. 3rd floor. 1-2
BOY Colored; neat; to work
in store after school. NA
TIONAL GARMENT SHOP,
925 F st N. W, 1-7
BOY to learn boose painting or one with
some experience. Apply 2448 Ga. ave.
N. W 1
BOY Far light work In hardware store;
give age and address. BOX 344, Times
BOY FOB ERRANDS Apply RICHARD
SON PHARMACY. 14th and R sU. N. W.
BUSS BOY Good wages. Apply 1706 Pa,
ave N. W. 3
BUSHELMAN First class,
at once. Steady work all
year around. STANLEY
CLOTHES SHOP, 1209 Pa.
BUSHELMAN Wanted at ot -e; steady
position. Apply 1212 N. T. are 1-1
DRIVERS for sort drink tracks. ARLING
TON BQTTLING CO, 2622Lst. 2
DRUG CLERK- Junior; good hours and
good salary. Address BOX 4, Times
to represent one cf the most progressiva
and substuntlal firms In the United States.
It will net be necessary for you to never
-oar present connections, aa the character
cf the work enables you to devote spare
or part time. If you show ability a perma
nent position with an unlimited future will
be assured. Communicate with representa
tive through BOX 192. The Washington
LADIES' TAILOR. m-st-cla roat maker,
and bushel man. 335 per week. ADO !.",
3 17th st N W 1-1
THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS YOU
XT TOU ARE A SKILLED CHAUFFEUR
AND AUTO MECHANIC.
&TKB NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE COLLEGB
th and O STS. N. W.
Have Day and Erenlng Classes.
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
Experienced; good pay;
steady work. Apply UNION
STORAGE & TRANSFER
CO., 20 20th st. nw: 7
MAN White, who understands
grocery business. Apply
STAND 11, Arcade Market. 1-7
MAN Colored, who understands the clean
ing of horses and livery stable. JOHN
T. THUMKERT. 423 N at. N. W. 1-1
HAN 'Two cabinet makers; union wage.
2122 Ult St. N. W. !-!
HELP WANTED MALE
YOUNG MAN WANTED
To do clerical work.
Applv at once,
CUDAHY PACKING CO.,
203 7th st. N. W. 1-3
YOUNG MEN, IS years of
ago or over, to deliver elec
tric cars. Good salary, perma
nent positions BAETRAM
ELECTR1C GARAGE, 1204
New Hampshire ave. 2
MAN Young, for offlcr work and clerk
ship, supplv store JOSEPH 11. LEE,
3205 K st N W. 1-2
MAN to put on undrrcontN In automobile
paint shop. Apply 2448 da. ave. N. W.
YOUNG MAN who has had
experience at the painting
bushiess; good wages to right
party. Apply 618 14th St.
N. W. 7
WANTED An Intelligent snd ambitious
oung man under 18 for newspaper of
fice: good hours and an cxreiient oppor
tunity to learn newspaper work Aip
1416 New York ave, between 10 ami 12
a. m. 1
YOUNG MEN Two or three: with umr
experience at paperhanging. painting, or
plastering: or would like to learn. Call
evening. 1430 Perry pi. N. W. 1
YOUNG MAN Office nssl-tant; quick to
learn, knowledge of stenography, would
help; at once. JOHN II. WILKIN'S CO.,
519 R. I. ave. N E. 6
HEN to take charge of etitabllshed route,
solicit orders and make deliveries with
team or truck. Address Lock Box 1241,
City Postofflce. Washington. D. C. 4
MCTALToLISHKRS Two good? 30913th
st. N. W. 1-3
i PAINTERS Three anto painter-. Apply
449-4S1 Eye st. N W. S
PAPEBHANGEBS At once; steady work,
good wages. 3403 Ga. ave. Phone
Columbia 6295. 6
PAPEBHANGEBS Good wages; steady
work. 313 6th fJLJE. 3
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
SALESMEN Two lire automobile sales
men: commission basis: good proposi
tion: replies considered confidential. BOX
16. Times office. 7
STENOGRAPHER With fair, average
speed; good opportunity for young man
to learn wholesale mail order paper
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
TAILOR For Qnantlco, Va.. $35 weekly;
sleeping quarters free. Apply to MR. J.
MAKOVER. 928 F St. N. W. 2
Experienced on women's coats.
JULIUS OARFINKLE & CO.
TRBEMERS Ten. Apply
Woodley Road and 27th St.
N. W. 3
rrnry day are secured by placing an ad In
The Times "Situation Wanted column.
Phone an d right away, an experienced
operator will help you with It. Bill will
be snt pST-tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE
White. Apply RALEIGH
HOTEL, 12th st. and Pa. ave.
BUNDLE WRAPPERS Good wages. Ap
.ply TOLMAN LAUNDRY, 6th and C sta.
N. W. 2
CASHIER Experienced, want
ed at once; good wages. Ap
ply 1713 Pa. ave. N. W. 1-3
COOK At once, experienced, for board
ing house (colored); good wages. Ap
ply 1301 K st. N. W. 6
CHAMBERMAID wanted at once, $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.
Apply RALEIGH HOTEL,
12th st. and Pa. ave. nw. 3
COUNTER WOMAN Colored: neat: most
be good on salads and sandwiches no
Sunday work, hours p. m to 12. 712 E
st. N W 3
FITTERS At once, experienced
on gowns and suits. Applv
ERLEBACHER'S, 1210 F st.
N. W. 1-3
GIRL Colored, to learn the
business; good salarv. Ap
ply FISHER'S, 178S Colum
bia rd. nw. 7
GIRL For general housework; colored.
Apply 1222 Euclid nt N W 1-3
GIRL Colored; to work In kitchen nights
from S to 12; no Sunday work. 412; Last
Capitol st. 1
GIKLK For grapliotypc, work and tiling.
Apply APOSTOLIC MISSION HOUSE,
grookland. D. C. 1-1
GIRL To work in store; must be hingte.
S30 7th st S V. 1-1
LAUNDRESS Flrit-claM roiored; at
onre. Apply 2723 1 3th st. N W 7
LAUNDRESS AND PKESSER
Only those who are thoroughly exper
ienced on women s grtnentu need apply.
527 13th st N V 1
For Government girls ready to l-v- for
home; learn to tearh danong, I will pre
pare you at a m'l cost to b-rome Inde
pendent. SIXSMITU DANCING STL'DMJ.
1210 G St. N. W l.
MAID For general lioUAework; go home
nights; references required Apply Mrs
KALLMAN, 500 Wardman Courts. 9 to 10
a. m.. or C to 7 p m 3
Julius Garfinkle & Co.
have nei for expert sewers for altering
women's coats, dresses, waists and skirts.
Those who are satisfactory will be given
permannnt pontons mh24-tf
$50.00 por month. CAPI
TOL PARK HOTEL, North
Capitol and E sts. nw. 1-1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Salary Fifteen Per Week.
935 Pa. Ave. N. W.
lady for local office of large
corporation. Permanent posi
tion and chance for advance
ment; slate salarv acceptable.
BOX 17, Times Office. 7
TYPinVRlTLRS Experienced, at 470 La.
avo. N. V. 1
WAIST" and skirt help, white
ood; long seasons; good
wages. Apply 1410 N st. N. W.
Main 6980. 1-7
WAITRESSES Two; at
once. Apply CHRISTIE'S,
319G st. nw. 2
WAITRESSES wanted; best
wages. Apply VICTORY
LUNCH, 1724 Pa. ave. nw.
WAITRESSES Two. Apply HAVEN'S
LUNCH. 1203 N. Y. avs. !
WOMAN White, capable of counting and
managing help. PEERLESS LAUNDRY.
rar 917 12th st. N. K. 1-7
WOMAN Wanted for general housework;
good pay. Apply 131 4 7th St. N. W.
WOMAN Tor general housework; good
pay. Apply 1314 H 7th st. N. V. 3
WOMAN Colored, to do laundry Apply
THE PERSUING RE3TAURANT. 2008
14th st. N. W 3
A SPLENDID POSITION
can be secured If you will state your quali
fications In a Want Ad under Situations
Wanted In The Times. Phone your ad.
Main 6260. Bill wilt pa ssnt. 27-tf
to represent one of the most progressive
and fubstantial firms In the United States.
It will not be necessary for you to sever
your prenent connections, as the character
of the work enables you to devote spare
or part time If you show ability a per
manent position with an unlimited future
will be assured. Communicate with repre
sentative through BOX 102, The Washing
ton Times. mh3-tf
COOK Must stay nights: references re
quired; good home. 140 Columbia road.
CHAMBERMAID and wait
ress wanted at 1111 11th st.
N. W. 3
GIRL Half-grown, to do housework, or
one after school hours. Apply 1342 Gl
rard st. N. W.. or Col. S532-W. 7
GIRLS White, two or three to do house
work 226 3rd st. N. W. 1-7
GHily For general housework; good
wagos; references required. Apply 936
K st. N. W. Frank. 3992. 1-7
GIRL For general liouseuork; family of
four; good wages. 190S North Capitol
GIRL For general housework. Apply
1222 Euclid st. N W. 1-1
GIRL Colored, wanted for general house
work, stay nights; good pay. 819 5th
st. N E. 1-7
GIRL For general housework. 1304 O St.
N. W. Franklin 334. 1-7
COLORED GIRL as chambermaid and
waitress in country home near Wash
ington, pleasant surroundings and good
home. Call Cleveland 1147. 6
GIRL for general honsework; references
required; sta nights. Apply 3601 36th
st. N W.. corner Porter st. 6
GIRL for general housework; good wages;
staynlghts. SOI H st. N. E. 1-2
GIRL For light housework. Apply 605
8th ct. N. E. 1-3
MAID For general honsework; refer
ences PORTNER Apt. 241. ISth and U
sts. N W. 3
MAID White, to watt on table; small
family. Apply with references, between
11 a. m. and 2 p. m. 2023 Q St. N. W. 1
WOMAN Capable, reliable, for general
housework; part of day. 12S U st. N. W.
WOMAN for general housework Good
wages (colored), at once, 128 Tenn. avc.
N. C 6
WOMAN as cook and for light
housework. Permanent posi
tion; good wages. Apply 1919
S st. N. W. 1-5
N. E 6
MALB A3TIJ FEMALE
PLNO PLAYER wanted: lady or man;
eay hours; good pay. steady position,
good sight reader. SONG SHOP. 9th and
U sts N W Phono Frank 2978 1-4
FIFTY YOUNG MEN and women of good
rharactr and Kood general education
are desired at once to qualify for posi
tions paying from J1.000 to 11.500 a year
to start Tuition may be paid when posi
tions are procured if desired. Quick ar
tlon is necessary to taUo advantage of this
unusual offer State age and education.
BOX 362. Times office. 6
PRIVATE SECRETARY Strnograph-r;
preferably a young man knowing the
lumber business and French. Apply Room
810. Muiit-ey Bldg. J
TEACHERS for September positions; high
school. JSO0-J1.200. principals. $1.20'.
3500. grad"S. JS50-11.200. desirable posi
tions In all localities UNION TEACHERS'
AOENCT, Syracuse. N. Y. I
FREE DENTAL WORK
Wanted lOu white patients for dental
linic by leading d-nfist. teth filled tr
extracted positively without -harge. 1'hnne
Main 632. or call at Georget jwn Dental
Infirmary. 920 II st . beginning Tuesday
morning and lasting through April 4th.
10 12 a m . 4:3" to 650 ea-h day. 1"
JOI1 PRElw'FEEDEIt-Sleady work. 8J7
14th st NW 1
DUHTOC for Identlfleation purpos-a
rny VJ;5 finished rromptly $1.00.
STUDIO. 1329 y st N W.
3LN. 23, act lie. one-legged. wlhe Jofi
operating o!at r In rder t g-t ex
pnrlenc nalur minor ronsld'Tatlmi. would
acrept n work. . im a trial Wolth
ER. 24 Mh st N W 1-:.
COLLEGE graduate wuntn outdoor work;
aixo .lrlv.-s auto IIAUHY HL.M'KM A N.
C- l M H E 1 2
I'OMTION an porter or Janltcr.
' st N W
l. C. WINDOW CLEANING CO (Wanted)
vviii'Iom- iuirH. plu I --guns frinli trjn.v
oins. floor cleaned, etr All wurk gud-itn
teed A J COUNCIL. Manager, l'hntie
Liiuifln tSll 7'
C1I VrKKM'K While, would like position
f any kind Call T J GARNER. i'rstiK
Itn 6347 1
POSITION-!! chauffeur In private fa.rnll ;
while, can drive nn rnr. heel ellj r-!g
Address 1247 22nd ft. Phone 761 We.t
YOlNTrmatirvvhlto, vVUhes'eltuatlon Vilth
private family to take care of .hflltcn.
garden, leaning, etc, moderate snltry
IlOX 364. Tlnns office ':'
EVENING WORK wanted' by young man
Expert tipist. clerk, a.id bookkeeper
AddreM UU.X ZS6. Tune- ofllce 1 2
PARTY with one-ton truck deslrr stead:.
hauling, will a cept for Indefinite ;.
rlod If nrlce Is Kallsfactory. 1102 L" st
N. W. Phone N. 4777. !'-J
KITCHEN NTEWRD, hendivaller or aii
slstant, checker or re-taurant manage)
Young man with many yenrs of hotel
llt( I' rldUI aiii airnriii.u ulbii v-ss jjopihui
BOA. 35S. Times office.
CHEF First-class Chinese; 18 year ex
perience, best references obtainable; no
position considered under $110 a month;
thoroughly experienced in managing for
families, hotels, or cafes. Address BOX
353. Times office. !
DISCHARGED SOLDIER, college man,
member of Greek letter fraternity, de
sires position. as social secretary to promi
nent businesa man or woman : bent refer
ences can bo furnished. BOX 324, Times
DISCHARGED soldier "nants Cwirk"of"any
kind, day or night. HARDING, 40S
Adams st. N. E. 1-3
MAN of thirty, with good bitMlnrst nblllty
as salesman or stclt Keeper, desires a
permanent position with reliable business
Arm. army reference. BOX 332, Times of
fice 1 -4
GENERAL ofllce workrhadTaTrw. experi
ence: am enlisted man. would like to
work after 5 p. in. Apply BOX 276. Phone
North 3S3S-J 1-4
JANITOR, experienced By married din
charged soldier, references: handy wliu
tools. BOX 302. Times office. 1
POSITION wanted atonce, by ex-oldler,
as bookkeeper and rashler: can operate
Burroughs ledger posting machine: a leu
have some experinc as salesman ani
demonstrator. BOX 321. Times office. 1-2
UPHOLSTERINO, repairing our specialty.
North 3639-.T ma28.90t
In every line may be secured by Inserting
a small ad in Th- Times Help Wanted.
Phone your ad to Main 6260. Dill will be
WOMAN wunts dajV work; best rrfs.
120f. Half st S W : call or write. 1-3
NEAT colored girl wants place wash dishes
or waitress 60S N st. N. W. 1 -JJ
GIRL Colored; competent; wants position
as w.iitresrf afternoons and evenings;
best of references. Columbia 4855. 2
COOK By white woman; nn-sl-t with
housework: no laundry, no children; stay
nights Apply BOX 361. Times office. 1
LADY Maiden; with knowledge of
French. German. Russian and Swedish,
would like position as translator or In
terpreter. BOX 6. Times office. 6
WASHINti to take home by llrst-class
laundress. Address 204 B st. N. W 2
DRESS 3IAKINO Spring, summer and
evening gowns. North 383 ?-J mhl7-90t
Lessons in very simple but effective re
ducing exercises for ladies. Also
exercises for stooped or pigeon toed chil
dren. Bxpsrt teacher.
JANETTE SCOTT. 632 E Capitol 8t.
LIMP IN WALK OUT
1340 EYE ST. N. W.
Main 6155 5
10 to 7. Open Sundays. 71S 11th sL, Apt. 3.
rlk HOWARD, chiropractic physician,
Will cure simple fibroid or exophthalmic
goitre or any enlargement of the thyroid
glands; why suffer this deformity 7 See
me now. Room 23, Warder bldg., cornsr
9th and F its. maS-tf
Manicuring, Facial and Scalp Treatment.
103 th st. N. W Apt. 3. Main Hit.
DR. EVANS, nerre sad stomach specialist.
Electric treatment proving wonderfully
successful. I absolutely guarantee relief;
consultation free. 1347 L st. Phone F. 1ST.
Skin Disease a Specialty
Chronic Ecsema and Itchlngs Prompt
ly Stopped. Acne. Skin Cancers.
DR. NICHOLSON, 1305 H st. N. W.
MADAME LA BLANC
Electrical Face and Scalp Massage. Manl.
curing. 10 a. m. to p. m. 233 H . N. W
Apt. 4. f38-tf
Scalp Treatment and Manicuring. Hours.
10 a. m. to 6 p. m. BOS M st. N. W. 4182.
THE INDIAN Have yoo sewn him? Look
for him In Honday'a personal, and call at
OLD INDIAN HERB SHOP. 1721 Tth at.
jj. W. tnchl-80t
1212 New York are. N. W second floor.
DR. REED, SPECIALIST
104 SEVENTEENTH STREET
Oupr 7n vptrc. ucressful practice In the
UVer JU yean -Ut .f chronic Nerroas
and Special Diseases v. Men and Womes.
Means health to uu if you suffer
from Catarrh, Obesity. Rheumatism, Con
stipation. Piles, Throat. Lungs. Brain,
Heart. Blood and Skin Diseases, Nervous
Debility. Kidney Diseases, Bladder troubles.
Specific Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers,
and All Private Diseases Cured for Life by
608. Bacteria Vaccine, and all the new
serums and anti-toxins administered.
Charges low MadlrJns furr'shad.
FOR RENT FLOOR SPACE
3.000 SQUARE FEET floor space for rent:
terms reasonable. 1339 buuth Capitol st.
3.000 SQUARE rT.ET floor space for rent;
terms reasonable. 1339 South Capitol st.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
J. & N. AUTO TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Express and Hauling.
1728 H St. N. W. H. 3820.
HARRIES' autocar eiprrt; trunks or fur
niture innird, heavy hauling accepted.
Ca 1 Kratmlln 310 1 Z
MOVING, shipping and hauling; auto
tru. ks us-.l only. BURKHALTEKS
EXPRESS CO., 408 Kentucky ave. 8. E
Line. 37tS. mhl-90t
IIACIJNG- TOANDl'ROM "
WASHINGTON. UA I.TIMUKE.
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YoKK.
C. E. l'HIl.i.li'S, .(, .rd tT. N. W.
Chicago Motor 'Iransler Co.,
loi.2 t alre.-t .N W.
Nortti I'M I .Sunt ur
llnlld.ii North o7ii.
Any where Anvliinc.
i,lu AiJ EXl'iiltlLNCKU MRS"
PAPIvlNTTJ Furniture. China. Etc.
-n-l..Xlvr Experienced WHITE Men
CiM'fH? Ani'' ,H,VATB ROOMS.
"-'-- v-,lvxVl-J--J J2 00 pr.R MONTH . UP
U.SlTbu ijiAl'tJ S'Ikhhui. u. ISC-.
Il&-4u ll-.Nllt OI. .N V .
PHONEa MAIN iii'J ur tKANKLIN 2421
MOVlNd I'ADDJiD VANS
i'bone M. 2U10-J011.
KTORAUE. PACKING AND SHIPPING.
CLEAN, dry storage for furniture una
pianos Estimates cheerfully given.
WESCHLEK'a. S2o i'a. v. .N. VV. 1'hon
RELIABLE QUICK SERVICE'-
NEW 2-TON TRUCKS SHORT AXn
LONG HAULa C It. THOMAS. 1216 H
St. S.V Jel4-90t
FOR LONG DlriTANCE MOVINCi. IIK
baggage delivery, trips to Baltimore. Wil
mington and Philadelphia call MULLEN'S
AUTO TRANSFER. 201 9th at. N. W.
AND .STORAGE CO.
NORTH S342. N. 3S1S.
N. 3344. Night or Hol
iday. Franklin 3011.
a ti i
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FOR RENT ROOMS
13th ST. '. W.f HOB Room, first floor;
neatly furnished; steam heat, hot water,
telephone; gentlemen only 1
NORTH CAriTOI. ST., 2.11S tientlrman
desires refined young man as roommate.
112.50 per month, breakfast 7
K ST. 8. E., inn Two room, light house
keeping; bath: prHate faintly 2
let ST. N. IV, 517 Front parlor bedroom,
ultablefor 2, ?5 per week. 2
1st ST. N. W., 217 Two large rooms, 1. h.
k . gas range, refrigerator, dishes: on 2
cur linos close to Capitol, 3rd floor, 327.50;
married couplo only. 2
U ST. N. E.. 100 Two deslruble front
rooms, suitable for gentlemen, every
modern convenience, beautiful location
near several cur lines, pleasant wulklng
distance from business centers, moderate
tiTiiiH. references required. 1
10th ST. S. B.. -102 Large front room near
b.ilh, reasonable. 7"
L ST. N. E 621 Two large rooms, 'id
floor, for 1. h. k., veryreasonabl. 7
COL. RD. N. W.. 1248 Neatly furnished
front room, 2d floor. In private family.
h -w. h.. electricity, for 2 or 3. Phone
Col. 6920. 7
NORTH CAPITOL ST., 21lft-ttructlve
single front room, J13. Call after 5 p.
K ST. N. W., B19 One or two large room
on first flour; southern exposure; central.
SITTING ROOM, bedroom and bath; un
limited phone service: continuous hot
water; no other roomers; a m. I.; reason
able. Address BOX 16, Times office. 7
K ST. N. W., 1017 Room for 1 or 2 people.
Call after 5 p. in 3
FAIRMONT 8f, 1W1 Nicely fitrnUhrd
room, southern exposure; plenty of hot
water. Col. 2328. 7
11 ST. N. E, 003r Nice neat small room, re
fined private family; good neighborhood;
only 38 month. 1
PERRY PI N. W.. 130 One nicely fur
nished 2d story front room; reasonable.
I, ST. N. W.. 911 Nice front room, facing
south: downtown; call after 5:30. l-3
QLINCY PlTnTICIid Neatly furnl.th-d
front room, suitable for two ladies; rea
15th ST. K. E.t 241 New house, private
porch, gas. electric light, between two
car lines; homo privileges; two people. $5
PA. AVE. N. W., 1913 Four rooms, recep
tion hall and bath, whole top floor;
modern; 360. Phone M. 7177. 1-1"
Gth ST. N. Y 012 Nleely furnished room,
private bath, large room: also kitchen
ette. I. h. k.; handsomely furnished par
lor bedroom, dining and kitchenette; every
E. CAPITOL HT., 814 nicely fur. front
rooms, bedroom and kitchenette; strictly
private family. Line. 698. 1-3
LAROE front room, twin beds; piano; near
bath; for 2 persons; reasonable; central
located. Frank. 4075. 1-7
7th T. N. E.. 301 Two furnished rooms
for 1 h. k. 1-3
APRIL 1st .Large second-story front
room, with private bath, plenty of hot
water, service and linen; breakfast served
If desired;, near Service Club. In N. W. ;
gentlemen only. Phone N. 7984. 1-7
LAMONT HT. N. XV., 1212 Second-floor
front room; nicety furnished; a. m. 1.
Phone Col. 3606-J. 7
SOUTH CAROLINA AVE. 8. E.. 010 Well
kept room; private family; a. m. 1., in
cluding h.-w. h., electricity; good location;
THIRD floor front, for gentlemen. Phone
Franklin 7382. 1-3
N ST. N. XV., 2228 Large, bright furnished
front room; private bath; reasonable.
Phone West 637. 1-1
10th ST. N. W., 1018 2 large front room-;
electric lights, hot-water heat; for two
gentlemen or man and wife. 1-2
19TH ST. N. XV., 3304 Nice light room,
near bath; suitable for one or two peo
ple; available at once. 6
1106 L ST. N. W. Large room for two
girls; real home, within easy walking dis
tance; $12 per month each. Main 3753. 1-1
ROOM with twin beds. Phone 6218 Frank
lln. 1747 E st. N. W. 1-2
923 G ST. N. XV. Large room, running
water, for two, $30; for one, $25; central.
WANTED One tr two girls to share apt.
near Dupont circle. Phone N. 2303, after
6 p. m. 2
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1208 (opp. Raleigh Hotel)
Nice room for man and wife or two
men; heat and hot water all the time; cen
M ST. N. W 007 Two rooms Snd kitchen
ette, one room and kitchenette, for I. h
k.; nicely furnished. Frank. 1438-W. 1
LARGE front room for gentleman; 1
square from Wardman Park Hotel;
modern conveniences. references ex
changed. Phone North 1497.
10th ST. X. XV., 1219 Large 2d floor front
room for 2 or more. Phone service. 6
ICth ST.. 1634 Attractive Urge 2d floor
room for gentlemen. 3
EUCLID ST. N. XV.. 1201 Large front fur
nlsbed room, h -w h. and electric lights;
use ofphone; gentleman onlj 6
R8T. N. XV.. 1310 Glrl'to share beautiful
apartment: music and living room. den.
private bed room and bath, breakfast and
dinner reaaonable. N. 6723-J. 6
20th HT. N. W.. 1732 Two large double
bedrooms; private bath, electric lights,
h -w. h. unlimited phone service; 2
squares from Dupont Circle. 375. North
PICK FORD PL. N. E.. CfTTbet. F and G
and 8th and 9th) Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, very con
venient and reasonable; within block of
3 car lines. i-l
10th ST. y.'xV.. SISLarge front room for
two or four persons. electric lights,
steam heat;always hot water in bath. 1
UOBAIIT PLTn.'W- 776--Room" furnUhed
for 2 young ladies. Call Columbia
S ST. N. XV., 02 Room; have a large, cool
front room, nicely furnished, with two
double beds, suitable for 4 joung men. very
large closet, dresser and chiffonier, use
of parlor and phone, terms. JZ.50 per
week Phone North 933. 1-2
L ST. N. XV., HOC Ijtrge front room for
two young ladles; also single rooms. 115
pe.r01.,lU,fir. Prson Main 3753 l-2
K ST. N. XV., 1209 Ijirge room near bath":
also lady to share room, rent reason
MASS "aVeTn. XV.. 470 Nicely furnWied
.MASS. A VET W:nfl1.Vurn!s!Ied and
unfurnished rooms. . h. k. permitted.
10th ST.. 2010 Sunny. outMcie rooms:
married couples preferred, light meals
prepared if d.-Mr.d. North 9SU 1
6th ST. S.VvI'JlOIThreVnIcely furnbtTied
rooms for I h. k. !
K NT. N. XV.. H-iit Furnished front room;
oin or two gentleiunn. 5
TWO YOL'N'G I.ADII-S iTunted to share
finely 'urn'. shed two room apartment 111
modern Apartment hnuse. teleiihnne MISS
'lltl:lSON. Apt. 313. North 7351, after 0
' 'oi K 1
rT CAPITOL ST.. llfi To udjoining
rj..i,ii, eiiuihem exposure. overlooking
Lincoln Park, suitable for four or fK.-.
u- of phc.n. i.ri-.jie family o
IMM.HMTV PI... -:.-,74. 'rornrr Euclid t.
N tt Two bright. outhi'Ie r.iom.v. 2i!
flo.ir. nel tiaih, r.. other ro.imerw, may be
eeen nfter e o'rlnt'k Phone t'ul "-. i
EllY NICE large (.rrund iloor front room
fur two or three ladles employed. ol
( I 5
LMtfiK well flirnUheil -erond Iloor front
room on ("o.uniblu lleiht.i. suitable 'or
! attain hrat. jja-. ei tru ilj nnd phone
arrvue. va. anl allu: 7 ill. Columbia 7U.tr
itEMKAKI.E Itooii. Ihu joung lad let. rni-
plo,-i. ihnlle I'ol ITtfl 1
C.tKUOI.Is Ah.. at), lukonm I'urk Our
furn..thMl frutu r4)m on Uth st. car lino
Et't'I.ID ST. N. W.7 1230 Modern front
room for 2 or 3 girls. 1"
Gth ST. N. W'.. llfi Two roornhflTh. U.
NiriV .lERStn' AVE. N. . 400 New
I.ilirrtv Hotel Nirely furnished rooms
for I li U Phone I.irn-oln ;9&. 5
10th ST. N. E., 610-I.arge clean room:
convenient to .1 tar lines, r, aHuliahle. 5
ioTli ST. 1318 Iiurge frontinill rootn";
with or without board 5
ONE ROOM In mrlmeht71::J0Hrinirntli;
lady of iUlet habits preferred, rofer
enres required, seen by appultittiient. iiu.
3tl. Times offlcr 1
O ST. N. W.. 1209 Two large room- nllh
private bath; also large room suitable
for two. l-t
FOR RENT ROOMS
MONROE ST, N. W., 1349
Two nicely furnished rooms
on second floor, near bath,
private borne, for S young
ladies; reasonable. Phono
18TH ST. N. W.
, 2445 Nice
R ST. N. E., -28 Front room; prWate
family; one person. $18 : two. 825. !-!
Qt'E ST. N. W 158 Small, clean front
room, near bath. Temporary phone
North 2253-.I. 4
LARGE front room, sooth nnd wewt .ex
posure, adjoining bath: home privileges,
a. m. I.; tennis court and convenient to 2
car lines. Phone Col. 626. 4
MADISON ST. N. XV., 1233 Large front
room, southern exposure, near suburban
home: Ideal location; 825. Col. 1671. 1-3
3rd ST. N. W., 222 Neatly furnished
rooms. In a well-kept house; alt modern
conveniences, unusual environments: rea
sonabl to permanent!. 1
I ST. N. W.. 103 Two large, nicely fur
nished rooms, near bath; a. m. 1.; use
cf phone, Frank. 1160. 1-1
COLUMBIA ROAD, 1746 Room for 1 or 3.
Col. 4919. 3
12th 'ST. N XV., Soil One Ure room,
nicely furnished, with porch attached;
a. m.l.; reasonable. Phone Cot. 14SI-J.
I3(h ST. N. W.. 404 Severn! neatly fur
nished rooms with all modern convenl
ences. Including shower baths. 1
1st ST. N. W.. 2220 Large, airy room,
nicely furnished, all conveniences; rant
reasonable, use of phone. 1
C ST. S. W.. 1012 Room and board; bath
room floor; hot wator 1
TWO bedrooms, kitchenette, furnished for
1. h. k.; electricity, h.-w. h.. semi use
of bath; adults only; reasonable. Phone
Col. 4087-W. 1
ONE OR TWO LADIES, new corner hotue.
near 14th and Decatur; a. m, 1. ; board
pear; convenient two car lines. Col. 8426.
6th ST. N. E., 10: Nice bright room nest
to bath. a. m. I., suitable for two girls.
Phone Lincoln 21S8. 4
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
will rid your homo of roaches, ants,
waterbugs and bedbugs. Wilt exterminate
roaches In your home for 12.60. Sold by
druggists or A. M. C CO., 941 N. Y. ave.
Main 20S2. mh23-30t
ATTRACTIVE 3d floor, Tery large front
room; scml-prlvate bath. Phone Weat
EAST CAPITOL ST., CSS Nice room to
apt. 300; electricity, gas. heat; next to
bath; newly furnished; very reasonable;
for 1 or 2. 4
PARK ROAD, 1033 Two rooms, private
bath; housekeeping suite; suitable for
four or five ladles employed; a. m. 1.; also
single rooms for two or three; references
8th ST. N. W 1800 Room, Snd floor, near
bath; gentlemen. Phone North 6732.
TENNESSEE AVE. N. E.. 148 Nice fur-
nlshed room for two ydung ladles or mar-
ried couple; near Lincoln Park. Line 68.
14th ST. N. W., 2621 Cha-
pultepec Inn, nicely furnished
room, suitable for two. no!3-tf
THE BEST ROOM8 IN WA8HTNGTOX
can be secured by simply phoning The
Times, Main 5260, and inserting a small
ad at a small cost under Wanted Rooms.
BUI will be sent An experienced opera
tor will help you write the ad. ss37-tf
8th ST., 001, corner of Eye st. Two large
unfurnished rooms to let to adults only.
FURNISHED ROOMS IV ITU BOARD
ROOM Attractive, with
good board; to some one de
siring a home. Call North
Q ST. N. XV.. 1443 Large front room In
home to one or two ladles employed; ex
cellent table; separate beds; near cars.
K ST. N. XV., 1810 Parlor front room for
two, 340 each, th.rd floor room for two.
335 each; single rrom. $37.50; excellent 8
o'clock breakfast, 6 o'clock dinner; clean
wholesome food guaranteed; fine neigh
borhood, walking distance. 2
K ST. N. W., 1764 Room on 4th floor;
excellent mealti: home cooking; suitable
for 3 men or wo'nen. Frank. 7495. 1-4
PA. AVE. S. E., 1014 Extra Urge front
room on first floor for 2 or 4 men: price
135 per month with board. On car line
and convenient to all Government bldgs.
Cleve. 118. 1-1
R ST. N. W., 144S Nleely furnished room
for 2. electricity and porch. Phone North
WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD.
REFINED young man would like board
and room with Catholic family; N. V.
section: state particulars In flrst letter.
RtX 370. Times office 1-2
BVvflloWER and two boys, aged 5 aad
6. ono large or two small rooms In
Protestant home, where children will be
given proper attention; also board, ex
rluslve of lunches for the father. Chil
dren are pleasant and agreeable; prefer
place where there are no other children;
state terms and full particulars: no ob
jection suburbs. BOX 351, Times office.
YOUNG MAN wants nice room for one
month, walking distanre 14th and B; not
oer 325. Address BOX 372. Times offlcr
t'NFCRNISIIKD apartment or houe. from
5 to t rooms, in N W section, about
April 20. pleahe state price. Address
Box p, Tlms offlcw. 1-7
WANTED Front furnished room, two gen
tlemen. April 7, downtown . N W . per
manent, must be rea-onable: state price.
Apply BOX -T67. Times office 1-3
THREE to the rooms, all Improvements,
within 10 minutes from Treasury. BOX
3fi5 Times of fit e 1-3
WANTED By April 15. In N. XV.. by qnlet
ladles, one or two rooms and furnlshoj
kitchenette texreft linen anil sliver), or
rooms with light housekeeping privileges;
near good boarding house, not over 335.
Call MalnJ7!n. Branch 12. l-3
YOl'NC: MAN C.o eminent clerk, refined
and agreeable, will pay $" per month
for well furnished bedroom: must be
worth he money and bet. 12th and 13th
tun! F and W Hts N. W . or in Mt.
Pleasant sei-tlon. at once. Address BOX
12. Time.-, of fir, 1
ROOMS, one or two NorthwrM part of
the city, nr.t over t! ItoX :!6 1-2
ROOMS for light housekeeping, near Cen
tral High Siiioul if possible. Phone Jol.
A 1'EW glrlt may be accommodated to
tHble l)o:inl al 2H1 P st N W 1-t
Kith ST. N. W., 1 tt 8 Good table board:
eonven.ent to downtown and resident! il
ll-riiN Franklin S74 I-4
311). WE.'nTk.T'iMS Table board, home
rooking, at Si i two unfurnished rooms
after the let ..f April 1
K ST. V V 17151 Can areommodate sev
eral table boarders, home rooVtng
ROOMING HOUSE lf room-; downtown
loration owner hn other husineh.t. no
will sacrifice to qui k bu r Address
BOX -til. Times of 'ire 1
ROoVlING HOI E FuriiNlied: 13 roonin.
2 batliH. i.Ono. good bu.tinexs. Inquire
t;r. 2d nt N W
Beautiful jires'sed-brh-k home at prese it
rented h 3 flats, may be enndurted us
hlgh-clum rooming house, will sell reason
able. Phone West 20&S-J. 1-J
Don't Wait An Hour!
.'ome at Once and Examine the Wonderful
NIAGARA OIL BURNER
At S0& II ST N. W.. Wanhington. D. C.
Great Opportunity Oflered.
One Dip Writes a Letter V
M. M. Inkspoons. Instantly transforms any1--lie
steel pen point Into a fountain pen.
Sample and full particulars. 6 cents;
agents wanted. SCOTT. 910 11th st. 8.
E.. Washington. D. C apl-90t
BEAUT5FUL HAND CARVED
Belt for 125, worth $3S to 850; also Cherry
Red Necklaces. 50c to 87.00.
ORIENTAL BAZAAR. 1 306 Pa. avc N. W.
PIANO Party leaving town
must sell at once; $75. North
1266. 1818 Kalorama road
N. W. i-2
FURNITURE Bargain for Immediate sale.
u.uuwnig conmms oi six-room a pan..
$700 cash. Telephone Franklin 33(1 for
appointment from 6 to 8. 1-3"
BABY CARRLGE Gray round-reed, Tery
reasonable. 1221 C at. N. E., OENTNER.
SnOW CASES Two, several forms, smH
rug. 2 new an stoves, cheap. Apply
1212 14th st N. W. l-i
OA? STOVE Four-burner, sad oven; prne-
wionjr now. IUOHC1 JOI. MQQ-J. l-l
MOTORCYCLE Late '17 Indian; new pis
tons, one new cylinder; F. & N. tandsm:
electrically equipped; 240. Call at 637 O
st. N. E., between 8 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
WATCH Howard; In for $35; cost JM;
ticket IIP. BOX 377. Times office. !-
FAWN TICKET For diamond tevalllere,
in for 3275; worth $600; ticket for 125.
BOX 368, Times office. 1-2
ALL kinds of office furniture
for sale at sacrificing prices.
911 7th St. N. W. Phone M.
COAT Evening and dress, size 38 waist.
Col. 8620. l-7
50 BASEBALL GLOVES Large snd
small. $20 the. lot. 651 L st. S. W.
Phone Franklin 1196. 2
FURNITURE Officer. leaving city, de
sires to dispose of furniture. 426 Ken
yon st. N. XV., apt. 22. Col. 91 75. 1-1
BICYCLE Just overhauled, new tires and
coaster brake; cheap for cash. LUM
BER YARD. 7th and K sts. S. W. !
CHANDELD3E Crystal. 4-arxned; Im
ported: also others for sale. 42S Long
fellow at. N. W. 5
ELEVATOR 2-ton, cheap. 449-451 Eye
St. N. W. 5
BICYCLE Boy's, In verr good shape; light
battery and mud guards; reasonable.
No. 1. 192S N. H. ate. N. XV. North 6677.
COAT SUIT Lady's dark blue; size 34;
excellent condition. 1340 Columbia road.
Phone Columbia 4680. 6
CANOE Fully equipped; used one season;
original cost. t0; will make quick sale
for 330. Call Lincoln 3377. 1-4
WHEELS FOR FORD TRUCK
Two rear, with Motz cushion tires. 24G6
14th st. N. W. Phone CoL 2577. 1-4
WOOD Kindling delivered, S3 load; also
packing boxts for sals. 'J. H. FITZ
GERALD, 2 Jaokson sL N. E. M. 1006.
SODA FOUNTAINS Latest models new aa
display; fountains carried In stock far
prompt delivery; manufacturers prices
and terms: also earry everything In foun
tain supplies. BUBCH & KLEPS, Inc..
Pa. are. N. W. fal-ttt
NEW SAMPLE DRESSES
Latest spring models; prices very low.
Apt. 31. 1422 R St. N. W.
Phone North 771 S-W.
BEDS AND COTS Folding; several for
sale. 1759 P sL N. W. 4
HAT New black and whits; reasonable.
Call Franklin 8530. 2
BEDS, mattresses and springs reasonable.
Apply 312 It St. N. E. Phone N. 53-J.
FUBNITUBE Oak dining room suit. $Z5.
Call Franklin 7044. 4
DUPLICATE KEYS. 23c
Outside lock repairs our Specialty. Six
DISTJUCT IOCK CO., '
1204 New York Ave. Main 8S39.
GAS RANGES REPAIRED aad rebuilt.
CLTDE L. BOWERS. 1297 H sL N. W
Main 7094. am3Z-9t
FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES.
MOTORCYCLE Cleveland; good as new;
new tires, camden and headlight; bar
gain for cash. 109 5th st. N. E. L. 970-J.
MOTORCYCLE Harley-Davidson. 1911,
3-speed; electric; fully equipped; tan
dem; speedometer and luggage carrier;
perfect condition: well taken care of and
looks like new; $250. 834 13th st. N. W.
MOTORCYCLE Excelsior Twin, ISIS;
electric equipped; side car: in first-class
condition; cheap for cash. 1318 34th st.
N. W. 3
FOR. SALI3 BICYCLES
BICYCLE Excellent condition, $15; new
white iron crib and springs, 35. 817
13th St. N. E. 7
POULTRY. r-TT AJTD LIV73 STOCK
ANACONA F.4 G" Thoroughbred Sheppard
strain. 11 50 p' setting. Phone Clev.
HENS Ten white Orpington yearlings for
tale, good layers. 909 11th st. N. E. 1
SQUARE PLVNO Good condition; $20;
Estey Organ. $13. small talking ma
chine, plays all make records. 315; act
q'ulck. 519 Mass ave N. W 7
ITRIGHT PIANO. $75; perfect condition:
also Columbia Phonograph and Cabinet,
325: used but a few times. 519 Mass, ave.
N. W 7
PLAYER FLYNO Coat $750; used 2
months: cheap for quick sale: will allow
full value for your piano or Victrola In
exchange 519 Mass. ave. N. W. 7
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 and Klnr Slide Trombone: rea
sonable. 2024 Eye St. N. W 1
Used Player Piano Mahogany Case.
8s-note. Kurtx Brothers.
13S0. Easy Terms.
ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO.
13th AT G ST N. W. mh4-tf
PIANO Standard make upright, nearly
new. perfect condition. J275 cash. Call
9-12 a in 1615 Rlggs place N. W. 4
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HOR.sE. WAGON. HARNESS; GOOD COV-
OITION. 5125 70S 7th st. S W. &
MUST SELL 12 liortes nnd murr, boggy.
set of double harness. At -tar 122S C
st S W. 3
SADDLE IIOKSES For hire; teacher fur
nished, ride out of "table into Potomac
Par T'-l Franklin 2I2. 1210 Ohio ave.
N W W I BOI.TON 3
HORSF. Small riding; may be f.een at
Palmer's Livery Stable. 3249 Prospect
st . Georgetown 1
SIX HOnSE. three mures, three moles.
Rear 4SS Pa ave. N W. 4
WANTED encli !eton. by (anadian
girl 11 UIL1.IS, 2426 1 1th st. N. W
STEAM BOILER Address BOX .1.17.
Time- offo e. 1-2
GAS WATER HEATER; mutt be reason
able North 7263-J 1-4
I buy Used FURNITURE Of any Kind
S WEISENBEItn. 622 E st. NW . Fr. S151
The deaier with the square deal reputation
TVII7l BUY furniture of "small apt. for
transfer of lease Phono F 312" ;
WILL CALL, rllv r--.ub.; pay highest cash
prices for ladl-s". men's and ihlldrou's
worn rlotlung, shoes; send postal or phone
J. TARSHES. 130S 7th nw.; phone North
at LOWE'S. 306 O st. N. W. Franklin 7891.
SAWM1LL OUTFIT: state kind, condition,
price. C. B. MUNSON. Arlington. Va.
BETTER PRICES 8 "-fc
nlture and feather beds' to Sq&; ??
nttur. Co.. tvl Eye st. N. tiudTmS!
Your Watch, or Clock repaired la S daW
Ladles' Bracelet WatehSpeeLS,
ALL. WORK OUAJU.NT-JsDrW
i,UKLj AND ASHBY
it. -a " -- '
I0S 7th St. N. W.
Phoae Mala ---7.
SPRING CLEANING? ? ?
CALL FRANKUN 3341
For bast Junk man. aUtli.-M
All kinds, wanted to fsrmlaa aa itnuuL.
oase recently pttrcha d. VttaXKatS.
WEXI.GrVE CUSS "TO tOXTM
Pianos and Talking Machines
EIUs A Arnold. 1333 O st- Mala 9914.
DO NOT EXPERIMENT
We are the largest in 'tie lii.
Send in your old straw bats
and leave the rest to as fo?
your own interest.
WB W. "VT TO IOBXP TOTT
AS Ji CrUBTOMER.
We oat new llfs oai stri ta
Main 489. ll O st. N. W.
HAVEfO Msataat deautads tar Tistnsli
and offlea furnltar. I aza. la a MtUa ta
ay the hlg hast price. Staying etmteaS S
osaea and upartmsnu toy iHfiltftj IT
H. LEVY, Psoas J-raaUa HT
SPOT CASH SSfcffTOSrt
KEIL. 1C2 7th st. aw. pSTwerut 19U.
DIAMONDS AND fKWZLKL
Highest Prices Pala.
Bought for cash from private parties aaA
estates. 31 Washington Leaa and Trssa
building. 9th and V sta. X. W. Ja31-tt
WANTED rwallais for ease. SeB raa
goods te the man who gives the oust
taoBsy. 8 HOPWOOD. tta aad K.
WANTED rnTalrare. plaaoa, aar-etts, ca
Phone M 1332 for wagon, or aave a
calt "WESCHLgR'S.' 930 Pa. arty H. W.
HAVE XOU SND HAND VVHUtXWSt
Ws have the pries yoa ask let's sat to
Viln 1K9S. Wti.j2a "
OLD GOLD AND StLTKB
I ORFN7 Jewblrt cro at. 9il.
iTen-tcV;TU- Rl IYS th st. a. w.
GOLD. STLVERDy - e rlM MOlMnC
Licensed- by the District of Colaa-sia
PROF. ABTHAX, Noted plritaalbt Me
dium; holds message seance this Toes
day evening at 8 o'clock. In Society Hall.
509 G st. N. 17. Doors open at 7:3: gives
private readings dally oa all affairs of
life In his studios In the halL See him,
you will make no mistake.
One of the World's Host DtstlagaUEcd
PALMISTS AND LIFE RBADXitS.
Studio, 924 14th St N. W.
Without asking a question sha. will
tell yon the object of your calL. names
of friends, relatives aad actual tacts
concerning your life and clrcumitaaets.
which you know to bn absolutely .trBa.
Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. -a.
PERFECT SATISFACTION or HO Fgg
PRE-EMINENTLY THE aREATBST' OJ"
ALL SCIENTIFIC PALMISTS. LIFB
ADV7SERS AND CLAIRVOYANTa,
SHE NEVER MET TOO, YET
icllo iuua ivtmc !
sweetheart, husband, wife If false or true.
How to WIN AND HOLD AFFECTIONOF
YOUR LOVED ONE. U contawpJaUng
making any IMPORTANT CHANGES la
business or home affairs, yoa should CON
SULT CARLETTA her advice Is consider
ed reliable and valuable oa all matters
pertaining to real estate, speculations;
business matters In general, love, court
ship, marriage, divorce. Has reunited
more separated than any other. Perfect
satisfaction to all. NO FEE IN AD
VANCE. SEES EVERYONE. CLOSED
HOURS, 11 A. M. TO 7 P. M.
4123 14th St N. W
Noted clairvoyant and palmist. Qtves
advice on business matters. love, health.
and family affairs. Tells name of jroar
future husband or wife, tells If oae yoa
love is true or false. What part of tas
country is luckiest to yoo. What to do ta
be successful In Ufa. 121S N. T. ave N.
W. Next door to Masonla Temple. Read
ORIGINAL Only (Deborah), peer of all
palmists, clairvoyants: card readings:
limited number of outside engagements ac
cepted; past 20 years at (11 L st. N. W.
Palmist and clairvoyant:-readings dally.
sat, guar. 613 F st. PHONE MAIN 141T.
PROF. LE RENSCH, Palmist aad Cbxtrroy-
ant medium. This great Southern med
ium, born with stronsr nsvehic nower. re
veals the past, present and future. Read-
mgs oaiiy from 1 to 5. Stndio 1002 7th
st. N. IV., 2nd floor. 3
MME. KABTO Clairvoyant, raedhaat wifl
give advice on all affairs of life, read
ings daily; satisfaction guaranteed: hoars,
11 to 8. 810 5th St. N. W. Frank. 1002.
Oenuine Egyptian Scientific Palmist, raids
your entire life. past, present and future-:
satisfaction guaranteed. Readings. II.
612 7th st. N. XV.
MADAM PARKER Gifted Palmist aad
Clairvoyant, gives advice oa all affairs of
life. She asks no questions, but will t-41
you what you want to know. You win be
wiser and happier after seeing her. Sat
isfaction or no charges. Readings. 1L90.
HOURS 10 A. M. TO I P. S.
1211 E st. N. W.. between 12th and 12th.
Palmistry Is a recognised science, aad
Is known as one of Its greatest expo-teats.
Hundreds visit this remarkable woman
daily, complete readings with accurate de
scriptions of what your hand foretells only
31. Reception parlor n. e. corner of tb
and G N W. Entrance 6th st. Hours II
a m to 8 p. m.
Egyptian Palmist. If in doubt call and
be convinced. 22 Sth st. N. W. S
Licensed by the District cf Columbia.
Tsychlc and Vocational Expert
DR. CHARLOTTA JEANNE
WHY NOT CONSULT ONE OF AMER
ICA'S mont correct mediums? Advice In
regard to health, success and happiness. H
you are ill or discouraged an analysis of
your case will help you immediately. Of
fice hours 1 1 a m. to 8 p m 1 402 Eye st.
N. W . Room 1. Franklin 7817-J.
MISS LA POINTS. Spiritual Adviser witll
the late Indian Psychic. Mrs. Saunders.
121 Sth st N W 5
MRS. MARY SHOEMAKER. Spiritualist
and card reader The Frederick. Apart.
9. 816 K st N. W Franklin 710.1
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Washington. D C. March 29. 1913
Sealed proposals will be received at thli
efflre. Room 511 District Building, until 3
o'clock p m . April 16th. for furnishing
school chairs without castings and for
furniahlng casting for chairs and desks.
Specifications and forms of proposals may
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