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nm 4*7 la u? nat 'uUatua HtrmW Ooapw II - itint VuUm? D. C. Iff" li'Mii C?a m>ii no*. *?>? *?<?? Nmi of ClrruUtloa. CLASSIFIED RATES *uW H*lp .? ONE CENT rA WORD . Minimum ? f Fmmi...*??? *..JCha*ie. 25e. i U?M or IMS. OM tiBM, 25c. Same J re? catlvo time*. 50c. rial Notice* or Local Mention. .15c per Mao arrh Notice* 15c per llao rtloo NotIron.. 10c por Um ?IX OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS? ? PE<t LINE? tl?* 8 c??t? tlnw. <via*ccutiv?lj T <*??? tiw? roaaecutlTelT fl CMtl Coatr.ct R.tt. oo Rrqumt Minimum Fir? Line*. FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. '? S. C. BKCKWITH SPECIAL AGENCT. rYork Otto Tribune Bldf ,??? 'Hfic* Trtbom- Bldf. L?4t OtfW 42) Ford Bldf. | *??"'* OffW. TMrd X.tlomll B.pt BM?. LOST. I T?BLACK PATENT LEATHER 8UIT *. roaulmlat >?<;'? wurii( tpparal. *1 reward If rftimd to KIT l?ff?r*oa t ft. BrlthtwooJ. PboacCoL 5851. It:!t IIUL REWARD FOR RETURN OF rHcht bria.JIf "ffmak" Bootoa t.rrler. .fi not cot. Answer* to name of "Tilly." , raved away Sunday morning. Return to (I R. HOLT. 6 Papont circle. fe2-2t OBT?TWO PAPER SUIT BOXES BB tween 12th and O ata. aw., by way of R ? Slat to O ata.; one box ban name and old ddress. Reward for return to Mr*. NELLIE UBCH. a?a O at. nw. f*12t ~ WANTED-^AGENTS. [8 START YOU IS THE CANDY- BITBI ae?*. at hoffte. small room or anywhere, erything furnished. Earn $30 weekly up. I. * ?om*n. Experience, unnecessary, lvertise randy. Write for particular*. ?BCIALTT CAND J MAKING CO.. 0 South Bl at., Philadelphia. Pa. _ j*13-tf HELP WANTED?MALL [<? wastet.~ WHITE. OWl,\-*ANN M L'o m we-fc!y. Ria* abcae anaU salaried pcat If* Oar thorough. Individual. instruction tn to ' 'lng *cd driving of automobile* will fit you food wltion Tbo demand foe chauffeur* 1 meehaMC* cannot ha nrolieO. Unlimited firae at unall ccat. Day and evening claasta. jia and rquitar^nt free. CaU, phono or wnta Particular!. NATIONAL ACTOMOBIL* iLLECE: Hk and O ata. aa. North 1A? JHn<? j <Y TVTELE*IGENT PERSON, EITHER I ex. may earn *plendid income correspond for newspaper*; all or spare time: expe nce unnecessary; no canvasaing; subjecta Igge?ted; send for particular*. NATIONAL mm BCTU8AU. Buffalo. N. Y. fel-7t ATTENTION BOOKKEEPERS AND OFFICE MEN I As a representative of the largest ' ganization 0f its kind in this }>untry. I have been commissioned g*t in touch with ambitious of Tce men and others who are willing: Fo undertake some preparatory braining necessary to qualify for Executive, cost or public account ing: work offering f.2.400 to $6,000 a Year and Up Hundreds of attractive positions [must continue to remain open \*ith Lthe government. large business blouses and corporations. with Jehich we are in touch, until appli cants. either with or without book -keeping-experience. can be apecial ' ly trainad. FACTS AND FIGURES During the three months ending May. I91S. 715 men and women who are beirtg given specialized train ing by t>ur institution received im portant promotions and salary in creases aggregating; $*22,660. Our records show about 171 of these a-15 members have completed their ' raining, while 372 are not yet (alfway through. ' It Is only a matter of ordinary ability,, and the question of devot pg flvi^or six spare hours a week raining in accordance with the nost successful business training system ever devised, under the su pervision of a corps of eminent Cer tified Public Accountants who are renowned practical experts. "Write or call for office appointment LA SALLE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY 752-3 Munsey Bldg.. Main 7693 Send for illustrated booklet. Write today, tomorrow means never PR ooTrea d erand job printer.' permanent. HAY WORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE. 629 G st. nw. ja307t WANTEDS-YOUNG MAN TO OP erate proof press. Apply FORE MAN. Herald composing room after 6 p. m. ja23-tf I PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT UNDER good working condition* for young and iddie-aged men who can furnish at lea*t three lettera of character reference. WAGES rOR MOTOBMEN AND CONDL'CTOBS. FIrat three moat:** 44c per hour Next nine months 49c per hour lAfter cue year 4 51c per hour Full credit given for former service with hi* rowipany and 51c PER HOUR GIVEN fo MEN WHO HAVE HAD ONE YEAR OR JORB CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE WITH JTHBR COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIVE EARS. \ Apply Tuesday and Friday after 2 p. m. EMPLOYMENT AND"1NSTBCCT10N DEPARTMENT. "ASHINOTO!f RAILWAY A ELEC. CO.. 15th and East Capitol *u. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ANY INTELLIGENT PEBSON. EITHER sex. may earn splendid in<-ome correspond-1 Ing for newapap^r?; all or spare time; expe rience unnecessary; n<> canvassing; subjects! Migxested; ^end for particulars. NATIONAL' PRKHS BI KEAt'. Buffalo. N. Y. fel 7t ANY INTELLIGENT PKRSON. EITHER. sex. may earn splendid income correspond ing for newspaper*; all or spare time; expe-! if nee unnecessary; no canvassing; subjecta1 suggested, fend for particulars. NATIONAL* PRESS BTTBEAIT. Buffalo. N. T. Ja25-7t WANTED?Situation*?Male Wl>Eli?CTiVBr~*I*UBEK AMERICAN FOR eign Detective Agency, wishe* appoint ment ax nights; hotel, theater or private: gyty. BOX 79S. Hera Id office. ^ f?13t FUMUSHEP ROOMS F0R RENT. LADY EMPLOYED WILL SHABE THREE room furnished apartment In northwest section, wlah another lady also employed, j Address BOX 7W. Herald office, or call j North $241 after 6. tel-2t 707 MASS. AVE. NB.?THREE NICELY furnished rooms, with or without bdtrd. i Ltoeota W. fel-St LARGE Fl'BNlSHED ROOM. NBAB BATH; ! suitable for one or two men; $30 month.! Columbia 45?. $el-7t I TWO BEAUTIFUL BOOMS WITH BATH for gentlemen; all conveniences: near Wardman Park Inn. Phono North 8180. Jaa-tt NOTICB?BAGGAGE. TRUNKS AND FUB alture moved on *bort noticed white driver. AUTO BAGOAGB TRANSFER CO.. 14# D st. ao. Llacoln 50S8. Ja3l-6t ] FOR RENT?ROOMS AND BOARD Our Cl??wfced Ads. Tell how?where?and when. ?Try THE HERALD When in want?now?and then. * MR TABLE BOARD. ??i R g"r. kw? ?6*th~s3S-?. fcjt. well-halancwl. properly cooktd mmUK moderately priced. Ja31-7t BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. _ CHAW CAKErifG. Chair Caneina, ?"?p . ? springs pat ?? and rMtt: all chain called for ud d*> *RM?TBONG-?. 1253 lutk .?. aw. Franklin 7483. ? JalS-Mt HEFRlGKBATORi. ICB BOXES. NELSON REFRIGERATOFr3). HIGH-GRADE REFRIGERATORS 611 F St N. W. Franklin 2757 ACCTIOJI SALES. "i Afcfiox sal? rviHT ?? w *? BW- Vtnitin, carpet a. house nwvHm; sale at M \ E. R. RUSSELL & CO. | : Auctfcowa daf-tl Tk.a. J. On. A sob. aa.Mia.Jn, TRUSTEE'S SALE OK VALCARLE fVIII bmtate to bb SOU) 0r THOg. J. OWES A 80.N. AUCTIONEERS, 1SS1 G ST. NW. By "t 5f aeren certain deeds of trust daly recorded la Uber 4173 at folltf 61, Liber IJ7"? ?? '?H? 29B. Liber 4213 at folio 96. Liber 4213 at folio 90, Liber 4227 at folio -<4. Liber SS6B at folio 469 and Uber 4186 respectively of tbe Land Eecorda J of the District of Columbia, and at the re queet of the parties secured thereby, the . unueraigned trustee will eell at IMbllc Aoc? ^thJ11 f>? Office of TH08. J. OWEN I* SON. 1SSI a ST. NW.. ON T1ESDAT, T!H.1SL??J 0r 'EBRUARY. A.D., 192tf, OCLOCK, p. il . the following de ?Ti . . . ?d? *nd Ptemlaes altoate In the Dtatrtct of Columbia. Namely?(1) all of ?0.^ offo, ? Z'" OD?l,*i< "X <"* f.U depth of lot 28 In aqnare 1097; (2). lot B In ~|uare 1882; (3) all of lota 23 and 264(1 SSI*1*!* A.4' f" """t *4 and U.. aouth one-half by the full depth of lot 33 (con taining a total 8031.61 .qua re feet | In ?qnare 19!)9; (3) alao lot 18 and lot 38 and Hi* '??'<?? "alf by the fall depth of lota 1# and 20 in square 199?. aU ot the a bo re belB6 In rulton K. Gordon's aubdlrlaion ot part ?t a trntt called "Chery chaae Grore" j as aaid aubdlvialon is recorded In the Of Bce of the Surveyor for the District of Co . itubia in Book 61 at page 10; (6) lot 29 In square 2001 In Kulton R. Gordon's aubdl vialon of part of a tract of land called t "Chery t hane Grove," D. O., aa said sub division Is recorded in the Office of the Sur veyor of the District of Columbia in Book 34. 'I? ,1*? k>,? * ,n<l 5 '? square 1995 i in Kulton R. Gordon's subdivision of part of a tract of Una called "Chevy Chaw Grow," . Kesurrey on New Seat." "Vale," and '-'"Fellowship" as said subdivision 1? recorded | in the Office of the Surveyor of the District j of Columbia in Book No. 4'J at page 21 Terms of sale: One#hlrd cash; balance H one and two years, with interest at 0 per i centum. per annum, payable semi-annually ^nd xerured on the property aold or all rash at purchaser's option. A deposit of $300 on each parrel required at time of sale and the purchaser allowed thirty da*s to com plete the purchaxe. Further particulars at time of sale. J. H. GORDON. Trustee. Ja30-10t-d-ex-8 PAINTING. PAINTING. ! Painting contractor; estimates cheerfully given* first-class onion woraman. Write or call H. F. GRIFFITH. _ 310 B at. o* PIANO TUNING Perfect piano tuning. * laranSeed. expert. ?1 JB: drop postal. WILK1N8. Tbe Velvet Tuner. Seat Pleasant, Md. Ja20-90t Automobiles USED CARS?ACCESSORIES ?REPAIRING?TIRES. ^ ~ WILL SACRIFICE two 80x3, one 87xo. one **x" , ?*w tires. HO D st. ne. I'hone Lincoln MM. fel 3t Washington Auto Top Co.. *227 .tew York eve. Auto Tops and Recovering Our Specialty. Jai3-5t W ILL TS-K NIGHT AND OVERLAND SERVICE. .KM7.TXt*ri<,Dr* d,tM btrk to the days of the old one cjlinden.. Formerly master me chanic of the Overland Co. Now located rear 612 H st. nw. Franklin 724H. M. E. MANGOLD. - la22-80t-ex-H HARRISON WILLIS Agents For All Makes of Stsndard Tlree. New and Used Tire* For Sale. Expert Vulcanising. ..TD!* ,nd Se"lon Wor* ? Specialty. I All kinds of demountable rims to Ot all makes of ? ars from Fords up at reasonable Prices. 1527 M St. nw. ]a21-tf FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Motor* completely overhauled. $15; work' gnaranteed; prompt service., E. L. JACK-! SON, 171 Pierce st. nw. Phone North 5307. j J a 20-901 ' radiator TROUBLES Any flai. FORD ?;?piATGB8^* EMCO TRUCK. bolls-rotcb, NICSCL. iJsell for FORDS. TT8TATT. 13th nw.. below Pa m o?coud Band Radiators Hs^ nolf-tf GENERAL" auto "repair cor WELDING OF PARTS. i ^"anJr^dr''v^UT^c^iVSS" Fn^k. t"d,5uict aerrice. See Mr. BIlI frank. 7399. boutheaat cor. 12th and O sta. nw. ed-tf LIVING, PACKING. STORAGE. SAFETY FIRST ? ABSOLUTELY PIRCPROQ^ STOSlOI. Rooms. 12 and up. Movmg and Packinc. U. ITED STATES STORAGE CO., 41A9 *t- ow- Pbo??e Main 4229 and Franklin 9121 ef ROVING We fnniish lar?e padded fans and cartful mm to handle our goods. PAf HERS of furniture, planoe, china, bclo-fr Irsc. etc. Erperienced men only. SHIPPING to al^ parte of world STORAGE Tor furnitiue, pianos, and ho? bold *ooda. 122S H ?t. nw. KRIEG'S EXPRESS FOR SALE?HOUSES. i >. l i.N i At'f'tjlil) TV IGNORE THE law of xupply and demand. With in rrt"?ed actlritr for home. In sprina wlU come liiihcr price*. It l> Inevitable Im mediate action will save you money. Bur now and be far?i*hted. Look orer thl. list of barfains and j-ou will agree with ua tbeae an great ralne.: ?.25? _ 9 ? room I l?.250 _ Large btl.*; downtown; I I,ou.e facing Weatb ,r*"5"rd: ' *r Bureau, 9 ro?mx allejr in rear. A ( and bath. cellar, bargain. Eaay terms. furnace heat, $1,250 cash. $4,000 ? Winder- . $7,230 !?' ?? *lwn Wr chance to lire dlers Home. ? In the suhnrh. n._ dier^* w rooms, brick, front snd rear porches, cement cellar, alley. Interior will be en tirely redecorated. #1.0)10 cash, balance on terms. Don't overlook thla. |4.K>0?6-room brick home on I st. n.e.; furnace heat; large yard. $750 cash. balance on terms. $5,730 Snug 6-room ?"ck near Central H'fb School; b.-w.h. electric light, front P?*b. nlley in rear. Interior to be redec "*t??. $1,000 cash. Terms. $6.000?A bargain, ?-room brick hoose. nont and rear yard, "****<?? Wet. gas; excellent condition <>~r nut i?5 ?LW) eU4""'""' j. DALLAS GRADY, mo IT"'J'"71**' ?w? 1*10 H rn. n. w. Main in the suburbs. De tached bungalow, 12th st. n.e.. h. w.h., electric light, concrete front porch. ? large lot; vacant. Our best offer. $7,500 ? 8-room brick house in won derful location, near 17th. just north of Maaaachuaetta eve.; large back yard and ?Hey. Exceifcnt for rooming house. $1, 500 caah. Terms. $7.000?Don't fall to see our home la Pet worth. 8 room*, bath, furnace heat; lot-23x115 ft. Room fof f>rage oa 20-ft. alley; vacant. A good bey. jj.i > cash. $8,750 ? Large kou? on Oregon ??*?.; 10 rooms, 2 Jatb.. bot-watar ???: back jar* *1.900 cask, balance terna. x great 1 ?alne. Main 727. Mtf . Classified Real Estate Advertising HEDGES & MIDDLETQN, INC. 1334 H ft dW. PSowe Main 1028. Priee. NEAB 14th * PARK RD. VtcMt and la very good con dition. This is a modern 6-roacn and bofh colonial tjpe, fearing hardwood BALE?HOUSES floor* and trim, hot-water boat and electric lights. front sad roar perches. Reasoagbls terms of aala will bo made. Price. $4,000. NORTHEAST. A mighty good buy la a tt-room and bath brick, baring cellar under the* entire house. It haa furnace boat ?ad gaa light aad caa be eold en a very small cash payment. Inspect thia today. Priqg, 97,180. SUBURBAN. Ow?. er expecta to leave the city and has offered thia tern i-detached home con taining 7 rooms and bath (4 bed rooms). It haa hot-water beat, elec tric lights and a garage. An la spectlon of this house will convince you of its value. Prtco, *6,500. NORTHEAST. la a very convenient neighborhood, cloee to a beautiful park aad a good school. A well built bouse baring 8 rooms and bath. It ia now racant and In beautiful condition. It may be sold on rery attractive terma and poasessioa giren with deposit. HEDGES & MIDDLCTON. INC. 1834 H ?t. n?r. Pbone Mala 1028. ~ MM A Delightful Chevy Cha^e Bungalow < /" Three blocks west of Connecti cut are., on Rrsdley lane, near Chevy Chase Club. This home is practically new; containa six rooms and bath, and la ait uated on a large lot, 50x224. PRICE $8,000 JOHN F. MAURY Exclusive Agent. 623 15th at. Thone Mala 4080. c fe2 tf DIRECTING YOUR ATTENTION ? TO The Ansberry Medical Arts Building Vermont Ave. & L st. Ready for occupancy about Jaly 1. 1920. Washington's most modern and especially constructed office building, for the exclaslve tenancy of Doctors and Dentiats. Rental rates and floor plans upon application through # Ernest Hall Coolidge Company 806 17th st Telephones: Main 8482 34S3. Exclusive Rental Agency for Owner. > ra-tf $6.000-$1.000 ash?$50 Monthly. 5 rooms, bath. hardwood floors and trim, open fireplace, electricity, gait, lot OOxlSO. BRAND NEW. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Northwest Suburb Detached $5,000?$1,000 ash?$50 Monthly. 7 rooms, bath, open fireplace, electricity, gas, furnace heat, ga rage. chicken honse, nice shade, lot 50x100, ? blocks to tbe carline. Washington Heights $6,500?$250 Cash?$65 Monthly. 6 rooms, bath, hot-water heat. * electricity, Sleeping porch, back porch screened, room for garage. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. 0. B. ZANTZINGER 903 N. Y. Avenue. I no. ssan. Pbone Main 5871. fe2tf DESIRABLE LOW PRICED PROPERTIES Wide Avenue Northeast?$5,750. 8 rooms and bath; colonial front; hot- | water heat; not far from Lincoln Park. ? j Near 16th and T streets?$5,200. Semi-detached; 8 rooms, bath; fur nace heat; possession; bargain. Near First and Q sts.?$4,200. Brick, 8 rooms and bath, neat house; very reasonable terms. New York ave., near 7th st. $3,500. Frame, renting for $85. Suitable for business purposes. Bargain. Wide Avenue Northeast?$3,500. Two-family*flat. Rent, $43 "month. ALLAN E. WALKER & CO.. INC. / 81S 15th SC. N. W. Main 126. fe2-tt , % . = FOR SALE?REAL ESTATE. LET US 8ERYB YOU IN DEPOSING OP TOCR PROPERT*. WE SAVE ALL UNNECESSARY ANNOYANCE" BOTH TO OWNERS AND TENANTS AND GUARANTEE QUICK AND SAT ISFACTORY RESULTS. CALL MAIN S POR PERSONAL SEE VICE. M. A. BAYLES A CO., ?EAL ESTATE BSOKEtt. IS PA. ATX NW. FOR SALE?LOTS FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE?TWO cliolc* lot. la WaahlBfton. D. C. Om la Oaatral Addition. tb. otbar la Sharwood Sab dlri.toe. Owmt aaaSa Sawn. Moat Mil J***?*"* L AMim F. a MYERS, m SIMM at., Marietta. gkW. (al-st A I^ew Excellent Buys In Homes $9300, EUCLID STREET N.W. NIm rooBi. bath. hot water baat. (?> ?*d rlKtrlr lltbta. Tbta la ? ?tr dMtraM. brl, k booaa La a Aaa Milbboffcoot Cm TMlant to tha Caatral Hlfk School. Tama of aala arrugaC r $9300. NEAR I4TH AND PARK ROAD. A tea rornar koaaa wltk Urfa lot, aM*b bary and douMa brick garafa. Thla la aa nmoaual kauaa. eoaUlalac ? nana aa* la, tkorau(hl/ ftiodrrn. Coloalal float potck. Tarraa of aala arraaiad. . * J ' $9,000. ^ NEWTON STREET N.W. Thla attractive aanl-datackod brick Ma Will surely satisfy you. It contains 7 con veniently planned rooms, bath, botwatar beat, faa and electricity, laundry tabs la basement. Immediate possesion. Terms of aala arranged. $6300. KEARNEY STREET N?. Thoroughly modern alx-rooip houaa with hot-water beat, gas, ao4 electricity. Urge lot. Garage. Coavenleat to cars. Terma of aala arranged. GOLDEN RULE. INC. Conttaeatal Tru?t Bldg. Mala 1040-1ML - fea-tf Business Property for Sale. One of the beat buy* If aot the beat buy north of N. Y. ate. N. W. oa 7th street. Large 3-story brick, well built business property^ first floor, store, 2 flats on the 2 npper floors, modern beating plant; price eto a qalck pur chaser, $14,000. Only $4.0*0 caah. Other brokets can sell thla property through my office. ? Oa H street N. E.; $18,600. One of thj begt corner properties oa this street; building ti sot modem but It la a great corner ,ior business and will make you a great Investment if you shouldn't get any rent from It for years, j It will pay you to buy It If yon wjni a good business corner suitable for moat any kind of a wholesale or retail place. $0.250?9a H street Jf. E. Store sad dwelling; can be bought Just now at the above price; may not be for aale In a day or twf. $5.0C0?A dwelling that can be re modeled Into a store. $2,000 rssh. $6,750 for an 8-room dwelling on H st. N. E. This property will mske you ? *?ry good home and located on a business street it is almost sure to be come Ysluable. v. J. D. CARMAN, District National Bank Bldg. fe2-tf I 800 N ST. NW.?Seven-room and bath; oa ally; $5,000. Terms caa be ar . rsnged to suit. 3500 10th ST. NW.?Ten rooms and bath; hot-water heat; electric lights; all [ modern improvements; $9,500. $5,000 cash; rest easy terms. I APT. HOUSES rOR SALE. Rsnging from $22,500 to $11,000. Prices aad ? terms to suit. MT. RAINIER. MD. NEW BUNGALOW?Mix rooms aad bath; Just completed three months ago; all modern improwmeats; immediate pos aession; $0,000. Caa arrange terms to suit. BRENTWOOD. | HOUSE. 2 stories; 0 rooms; built 5 yean sgo; lot 150x100; gsrage for 2 csrs; fruit trees; nice home; vacaat; $4,000, $1,500 cash, rest easy terms. KENSINGTON. HOUSE. 7 rooms and bath; a. m. I.; acre of ground; fine fruits an<f'garden. Price. $0,000; terms to suit. SHINN & HACKJXY. Real Estate and Business Brokerage 801 0th St.. at H St. n*. Telephone. fe2-tf 1800 BLOCK 8 ST. NW?Three-at or y and basement, brick, furnace beaut; Price, $0,500; cash. $1,000; monthly pay menu, m>. 2300 BLOCK 17th ST. NW -Two-story J brick; 0 nwrns and bath; furnace heat; large lot; good gange; gas light; full cellar. 1 BOO BLOCK T HT. N"W\?Tbre* atnry j brick; 7 rooms and bath; latrobe ! heat and gas; lot. 33x1)1 to la(%e | alley; price. $5,500; cash, $750; monthly payments, $50. , 1400 BLOCK QUE ST. NW.?Three- | story brick; 8 rooms and bath;\ la trobe heat; newly papered and pointed i throughout; immediate possession; price, I $5,250; cash, $750; monthly payments, , BRADFORD & COMPANY. INC. 335 Southern Building. 15th and H sts. nw. Telephones Main 5877-5878. fe2-tf / NEAR 14th AND OAK STS.; TWO story colonial brick; containing" elx rooms and bath; hot-water foeat; electric light; hardwood floors; plas tered cellar; house In perfect con dition; immediate possession If de sired. Price, $0,750. Excellent localfbn in the northeast section; C st. nesr 0th; six large rooms; hot-air heat; cement cellar? house comparatively new. Price only $4,500. ? A desirable cornor property on 3rd st. southeast; convenient to East Capitol st.; boose contains nine large rooms and bath; latrobe heat, k Price, -$7,000; terms. Bargain in a home for colored; Droit Park; three-story brick; , eight large rooms and bath; furnace heat. Price, $4,500. $500 caah. PRATHER & ROBINSON, 515-516 Bond Building. 14th aad N. T. ave. Mala 442. . fe2-tf SPECIAL NOTICE. WORKINGMEN?WE HAVE HEARD OViR Houses (or Sale. I1W-ITI ST. IE.. Mil 11 tk? (ItHow (tmm; Una lot. rr. KB.. NBAB O?Itm 4.S00? 2nd ST. Mm.. NEAR D??l room>. 2-atorjr brick, batli. Owaar ?UI H-000?TLA. AVE. MB., NBAS H. CAPITOL?lix-roont brtck. baU. 1? ft. >4 000?E rr. KB.. NEAR UNION ITA TIOJC?mi room brick, bath. |S.0W>?MAM. ATE. !?B.??U now, bath, brlek. ?aa lorattua. JT.SSO? KEARNEY ST. KB.?Haw 5 room bungalow; itrlctljr mo4erm; larga tot a ? For Colored. H.9W-IA ST. NW.. NEAR EUCUD? all-room brick, furui-a; MOO raak. 0.800?M ST., NEAR 5tb.?Biz-roMB brick. >4.230?LA WONT IT. NW.. KEAR Itk? IUhwi. bath, tmnaca. *4 500? riFTH IT., KBAB C NW ?U room brick. Tor tbaaa aid otbar dcairabia bum >n>r ?? - National Realty G). 920 New York Avenue N.W. fa2-tf Park Place. Brtck Jimm of I rooms and 1 bath; hot-water hMt a ad electric llfbU; room on lot for carafe. 1'rloe, 9<.300. I Eleventh Street Northwest Brick houae of 9 room* and 1 bath: electricity; *team beat; excellent condition of repair; room tor garage OB lot. Price. $0,000. Que Street Northwest. Attractive borne of 10 roome and 2 bathe; furnace beat and elec tricity ; excellent location. Price, ^ $14,000. JOHN W. THOMPSON & CO.. ?INCORPORATED? 728 loth at. Main 1477. fe2-tf PRICK. $A.S50. DOWNTOWN SECTION. Howe of eight rooma and bath, which could easily be converted Into a bum neaa property; 24-foot frontage. Two ?tocy brick building la rear. l*bone Mala SVOi. PRICE. $*.f?0. NORTHWEST SEC TION. Convenient to 14th at- car line. Seven room* and bath; l?ot water heat; electric light; deep lot to alley; entirely re papered and re decorated; perfect cooditloc. Early poaaeaslon. Phone Mala &004. PRICE. $9,000. MANOR PARK. A charming little home of the bunga low type. Six rooma and bath; ptpe leaa furnace; electric light; open fire place. Perfect condition. Early poa sesalon. Phone Mala 5804. N. L SANSBURY CO.. INC. "EVERYTHING IN REAL ESTATE." 721 15th at. nw. Phones Main  6003. fe2 tf DO YOU KNOW. I WILL BUILD YOU A HOUSE IN SIXTEENTH STREET HEIGHTS exaet|v as you want it. eliminating ^ Builder's Profit and Comm 1mions. Cheaper Than You Can Buy One> The cash required to finance the house and lot is LESS than the caah required to buy a House Ready Built. The monthly payments will BE LESS THAN YOUR RENT. TILL OCT AND RETURN TniS AD. AND LET HE EXPLAIN MY PROPO SITION. ROBERT E. HEATER. Exclusive Agent Sixteenth Street Heights, 410-11 Colorado Building. Name Address.? fe2-tf Selected list of Homes and Investments $9,500.00 Near New Hampshire ave. A downtown modern home; 8 rooms and bath: heated by hot water; electric lights. VACANT. $10,000.00. Business Property. Located near ttth and G ats. N. W.?A 3-story building; a store with 10 rooms and two bathe; heated top hot water; lot 23 feet wide. $20,000.00. 18th st., South Columbia Road. A well-rented business property; lot nearly 30 feet wide; paved alley in rear. $34,000.00. Overlooking Circle. Facing two prominent avenuea In down town; 30 rooms ana 5 hatha; heated by hot water; wonderful location for rooming or boarding lionae. WM.U. SAUNDERS & CO. 807 15th st. nw. fe2-tf LIBERTY BONDS Bengkt for CASH All Issaes and Isaaaalaatlsas la - an y aaoaal Liberty Bond Exchange 604 14th St PERSONALS. AMATEUR SONG WRITERS. LET MB write the monk to yonr son* poems. 1 cou pons, arrange and pnbhah mimic. K*. 1M. JOHNSON, $$$ Mk st na. TU. Lincoln 41* FOR SALE. V . In Virginia?30 minute* to heart of chjron G. F & 0. D. R. R. A beaattfal koMilln |U a ad electric Ucbt. brat, litan for S can bouaa; M (rait FOXALL HEIGHTS Price. it,290. Terms f nit. 8 ?ti?fUi room for garag*. rkick en house. Immediate pwession. GEORGETOWN ? win. bath. |u. latroba baat. back aad (mat atalrwar. 2 lirp collar room*, bark aad aide allmy to large yard, with room far a faraae. Price. a, MO. $900 caab, balaace Ilka rest. ? mai aad bath. faa. utroba beat; perfect condl tloa. Prlca, S4.230. Oa aaa7 tarms. Prlca. II.10* Tama, *230 caab. balaaea paid at tha rata tt ?M.M par moath. 3-room brlak. bath aad latipba brat, with nam for garage. FRANK A. 0'NEIL, 1332 Wisconsin ave. mr. WhL 1586. ' fe2-tf LEE D.LATIMER CO., 1?S4 N. T. AT* PRANK. 0105. VACANT. Girard St. Near 13th. Very ittrtctlTe S-story f>sj-wi? dow press brick front; 0 rooms snd bath; large lot; room for carafe. \, Price, $9,000. Chevy Chase. Handsone home; bungalow style; large living room, dining room, pan try. k itches, bedroom and bath on flrwt floor: large bedroom, two smsll bedrooms snd tiled shower snd toilet on second floor; fine condition; beau tiful grounds: double garage; sear Circle. $10,000. UZrXt OUR BEST BUY AN I'NCBCAL OPPOETLMTY TO SECURE a very beautiful bom* in an attractira location in Petworth: 7 rooms and bath, h.-w.h. and electric lights, hardwood trim throughout: a Urge corner lot- Price. $9,300. WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS, 1409 New York ave. nw. Phone Main fe2-tf POSSESSION Two-Story and Attic Frame. Built by owner for home; 8 large rooms; floored attic; vapor heat; elec tric lights; large reception ball; psntty and closets: trimmed in s?h; double quartered oak floors; almost one acre of ground: near car line; will sell for $2,300 under value; immediste possession. Near 14th and Parle Road. Thr*e-etorr brick; 10 room,. 2 hatha; h.-w.h.; front snd rear porches; wide lot; brick gsrage for 2 cars; 15-foot pared alley; possession. Corner Business Property on 14th st. Near H. Special Price. E. E. RAMEY 617 14th st. nw. Main 55J0. . ? ? fe2-tf Cook & Marshall Co., Inc. Real Estate and Insurance. Ml 15th St., N. W. Mala M2. Sixteenth st. nw. ? Prcaaed brick, la oac of tha beat aec tiona of tli* Konhweet; 12 rooma; 2 bath*; complete billiard room: hot-water heat; electric lights; house must be seen to be appreciated. Terms. Price. $10,600. 3500 Block Holmead PI. Brick. 6 rooma; bath; electricity; hardwood Hiu.lt; deep lot: ran* for a f*rsge. Hou*e in wonderful condition Tarns. Price. $7,500. Best Section Northeast' ?*c,k' all rooma: bath; hardwood throughout; hot-water beat; electric lights; deep lot running back to wide $55oi r??m ^ ******' Termt- P*ice. No better SEE VICE possible. Cook & Marshall Co., Inc. Real Estate and Insurance. m K. W. If.in S42. BUSINESS CHANCES. nXOBPTIOJIAl. _ INVBRTM?\-T EXTRAORDINARY " pm^ai eoaaerJatlre lareatora baring bat llailted capital we caa oCer aa oppor tnaltj eicapttoaalll; food. Such aa <Mn aa taraateeat of email amount that we are coaddeat wlu prora uauauallt proa table, with aa poaalbilltj of laaa, W1U be |i>e> fall parti calara. BOX 782. Herald ogee. fel-at WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. Creek? F uraiture?Cash Spadal Diacveato lor CMl "U Honrr-BCi a* ~ Kb AND * *TS. "U MOKrt-Bri aa HOPWOOD*S FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES \ ? Knights of Colombiis Evening School Ofen the FoOowiaf FREE TRADE COURSES For Servicc and Ex-Service Men 6th and G Street* N. W. Opw Maaday. Fafcnary It, 7:M PJL COURSES: AUTO MECHANICS PLUMMY SKETCHES AND BLUE PRINT READING v INTERIOR ELECTRIC WIRING SHEET METAL WORKING MECHANICAL DRAWING RADIO TELEGRAPHY Other coonc* will be ?tarted to meet the educational needs of service men. UasauOy Capable Teackert. _ Renter N*v' f LAW? CMrlrtt rurt Wfit fcy aM ACCOUNTANCY? Ur.?< C. P. A. Fanltr Mrf aUat HtM' rutlai l'?ww l?Gr.i.H I PREPARATORY? Aerr*?lt?4 Basis. Day aad ?lair ? Gr?lf?Hlfl ftekssl ? K?w rlaiMt ?tarttic Krbm*ry 2 la Pllllf MnklM. V,l>m' Banllak. SpiaUk, AlKfbra, Kagltah Histsry. DRAFTINCr Inkltwtnil Meckaalral??U0 per Brat*. COMMERCIAL? Grass MurttaX. ?3UM prr BMlk. ItoakkMPlmc. TrprwHthii. N*w rlaaae. from ft JC to lili. Other Courses Bulletin Free 1736 G St. N. W. Mia 8250 Y. YOUNG WOMEN'S Christian Association 1333 F St Phoie M. 8587 Spanish cla*? for little girls 8 yean old and over will begin next week. Write or phone for informa tion. FREE CLINIC CVashlajrtaa ?ehael tf Cfclropraetle ma r jt.w. ?aia iin Mondays. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays, bat. 6:30 and 7:30 p. m. Ail acute tfnd chronic cases will be traated free of chars a FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. WE BL'Y OLD VTAMP COLLECTIONS. entsa. pottv tUupi. fold, silver, plati num. watch**, falae teetb. diamond* United roupoaa. WASHINGTON KEVIN INC, CO.. ?OS 14th at. aw. Franklin 20M. >1S-9W HOW DOES THE PUBLIC KNOW yoo haT? >rcoad-hand rara. clothe*. tire*, office furniture. boo*bold food*. w?lbi ma chine* If you do sot advertise? We can sell anythln* yoo hare that yoo wsat to Vet rid mi. Csll MISS CLAS^IVTED and she will help you sell or boy anything yoo wlah. Oire bsr s trlsL Main SMO. >al5 ?t TOU C4VT BIDS ICvft AD 1* TUB classified c?lna?n??far there iss't a b.dlat place thaee ftaw ads iw ?EaP aMH< WILL CALL IN Ml C jr..tfITEKrJ) AITO mottle. <Sty or suburban ami pay Highest ?teas for ladies'. gentlnws'e. children ? dto tardrd ctothina of a J Mfte. Addrsas pas'a: sr pfcoas I w*B ea?j L Bid IS* rth a. n*. Nirtk fsff-tf njrr E***nr*u^lMpoitTCD LriCBB, rddftabes. rsbb (?. doga. st* BORMID'8 BIRD STUBE. 7U a " ar-v-tl FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Funeral Tokens ?itletic-erpresMia-tnexpensi rs Gixk Bros. Co. ? 1214 F St mkiya LOST. BOWMAN?On Sunday. February 1, 1*20. at 12 m.. at her resi dence, 1407 Belmotrt street northwest. LAURA A. BOWMAN, beloved wife of Charles Bow man. Announcement of funeral services later. FOX?On Saturday, January 21, 1920. at her residence. 2^20 Thirty-fifth place northwest. NELLIE E. FOX. beloved wife of John Fox. Services at the funeral parlors of James I. Ryan. 317 Pennsyl vania avenue, southeast. Tues? day, February 3, at 1 p. m. OREENAPPLE?On |fonday, Jan Oary 2?. 1*20. SYLVAN, the be loved son of Fannie and the late Phelix Greenapple. and brother of Mrs. Selma Cohen. ? Funeral from the Chapel of Frank Oeier's Sons Company. 1113 Seventh street northwest, on Monday. February 2, at >3 p. m. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. 1, 1920. at his residence. 2708 Twenty-seventh 'street north west. JAMES AMRSTRONG SALTSMAN Funeral from his residence. Tues day. February 3, at 3 p.'ra. In termsnt at Oak Hill Cemetery. FBNNER?On Sunday, February 1^ 1920. at 9:20 p. m.. at the resi dence of his daughter. Mrs. H. L Strang. BENJAMIN F. FEN NER, in his 80th year. Services Tuesday. February 3. at 3 o'clock p. m.. at his late resi dence, 2020 First street north west. Interment at Pcnn Yan, N. X Births Reported. no* p. aal r.i? U But. kor Job, B. awl Mart. Wklta. tor. B.n)uala P. ud Ilka I. Cmp.. tor. Joo^fc P. lad Bat.ll, H. St. Cl.tr. tor Wiuiw L. tad Matol I. B. Laa?r. cut. Gaoq* W. aai Era Aahhr. fM. M.tttow B. >m Br*#f.t M. Marrlaoa. flrl. Dwtfkt P. aad Bra AC. Chaw. (Irl John B. aal Ink B_ iactaaa (Irt Aktotik W. and Bm? km. tor. Thorn.. 1. mat BU*rrt%. taitrti. tor. Ma H aal Saal* B. Btrrla tor Aadraar aal JOMptiia. Jaeluoa. ftrl Charm aad Olalr. M. Mann, gtii. ? Jafca L ul Bllaabrtk Von (trL WASHINGTON CONSERVA TOR OF MULSIC Faculty of Artists 1312 Cwwrtktt At*. lk? M Row At*. At Dopaot <Mk Scoras of gQTWf t elerfca and oihots ?K taklay adraatagoe of oar spsrtsl Hf Of * wwb (14 IMMM) for ??. it 4 afternoon Ul tTrtlif boors. Special Harp and Cornet Steel Gqitar. Ukalelc Depta^ STORY TELLING STUDIO 13M EYE ST. N.W. ATT. 1. fin jcm realise Uuit I Ion Ms I'aloorslty. sod library Brbaal How Yort City. Wadorsday Mi Tbsraiay mm lags. 7 to 10 p. as.. 30 rcati per ko T leaooas. $3. 4:45 p. m.-S 43 p. m. Too *j. Thursday sod rrtdir. Drvt loooaa cm m mentary. Complimentary >??? ts tea* with class. v ESTELLE HOWES SMTTh ? WATCH THE CLABSiTlELD COLUMN* stdsocm Of tba tomk <r I*1** * Deaths Reported. r.-> Harry A. Hart. 2f years. 2140 Fa. s - cs. Annie H Joo^a. 90. 113ft 0th St. aw Walter U. Ileadersoe 43. 1300** C oc n?. lnsbel Doberty. 90. 21* 6d> st. as. v>rvtoU Viorlag. ? 21 IS Col st. Mary E BIoibom. T2. BH?e lists* D C. Natbsa i oh. a 42, 1141 7tb St. WW. Frederick W. Schmidt. 25. 14S1 P st ?ow. Julia C. Laraer 11. 123* K st ss Oorbs A. Closet. 42. 1473 OoL rtf ow. El Lao both Walker. at Ml M ot. ow. K tells B Mar ie. 64. 12IT Via. are oa. Edwia rrej. 8J 1712 Laaf^r pi. aw. Ambrose Brass. V?. Blbley Hospital Edwin T. Creese 22. Sibley Hospital. Vao Ilaiollto* Denny. 41. NL Ellas Mil's Hm pitaL Frsnk Forsn.^ SO GsrikM Hospital. Euoice W. Fir 14. Sibley Hospita Ellen r Warden. 42. lit 2d st. S? Nathaa Bickturd Ml. ICt W eatmtaai aw. a France. Ratrblasoo. 21. kt. Elia He Edward A. Mich ?1 V st. ?w A note Matters. K2 2212 B. B. s*?. aO. ' Fsnatr Korsme 24. IBM 4** st om. Kettle W Cteaieau. 2*. bSS Oth st. t# Maurice P. Dora*. 28. 161S 1st ot . e > William H. Carry. 22. Georgetown -+1 tat Delphiaa I. Bery I. 1* f st. ae. Erne at Bwope. 29. Wssbiaftoa i ?*H*i Hospital. Marie E Miller 2? 1213 Md are -v, William A. Elite. 0 moat be (WC aw Bdlth K Pmr 3 moatba. 241.". lttta au aw. Raymond McMahon. 9 moot ha. 17ST B st. ae. Ana Walker. 60 years. 236 E st. ow. Blanche Higglna. ? Fri >0?ta'a Boapitsl. Jolia Bobiaaoa. 12. 802 2M st. aw. Ksrsh Johnson. 4??. 04S ulrard at. aw. William Brraa. 12. M 6 it. aw. Ids Su>a 11 wood 41. 30 Mrrtla at. as. Eliza JarkM9n. 00 1?14 Jefferson at. nw. Bottle fUaa 40. 1110 2Wi st. aw. Soaie B llama. 27. 1M0 L at aw. D. C. POLICE TO FORM UNION NOT IN A. F. OF L. The District police union, bavins been disbanded by reaaon of Its af- * filiations with the American Fed eration of L?atH>r. the policemen plan to form a new union tomorrow night. which will not come under the objections of (he District Commis sioner*. The meeting w'll be h*.d *t * o'clock in the rooms at 430 Ninth street. A committee on reorgr. rnsa tion has drafted a set of what it terms "much-needed reform*" to be presented at the mectinu. At the reorganization meeting officers for the new union and a legislative committee will be elected The new organization will not In clude "police officers." Only "pc llce privates" will be admitted. District Red Cross Chapter Want* Experienced Nurse* The District Red Cross Ch -s % Red Cross, has l-stied an appe> all graduate or practical n fiurses' aids, or any one with p w. ? cal nursing experience, to enroll a! * the chapter to combal influensa The local chapter will pay foi the services of ail rursea Mho enroll while they are on duty. Enrollment# t?hould be "made at chapter headquar-' ters, 16 Jackson place. The epidemic and tmergeno- nuri-j ing committee of the chapt?r urges all who find themselves attacked by influenza to observe the ml lowing: If in need of a phyicatt'a atten tion or hospital treatment. t?Uphono the Disttict health olt:oer. j If in need of a nurse telephone Miss A. J. Bsglcy. ^uperi^?tendent of tho Instructive Visiting Nurses Society, American Red Cross. Miss Anna J. Greenlee, director of the women's work of the teaching centcr, announces a three weeko schedule in borne hypiene and dietetic i claps, beginning Monday. Several classes will be held each day and In formation as to the houro of these classes can be had by telephoning Miss Greenlee. Main 1910. Philippine Campaign Vets Want 2 Months' Pay Bonos Vetrnn aoldier* of Philippine cam paign j* met In the Home Life Baiiaiac yesterday and dlacuaaed the matter of two month.' pay nid to toe due Utam from the government ' It vas explained that C< 1HN voted two moetha extra pay to the aoldlera who oenred la the tar away ialanda. It wa? provided the* the money waa to he paid ai the troop, were muatared out of the oervtee. The men who met y eater day war* not phyalrally preaent at the moater out of their reatmenta beoaaat of U neea and other atmllar caueea Thty claim they are Joatly entitled to toe extra pay. WUItan A. Hlefcey. a Dto trtet volunteer la the PhlUpptoe oajB palcn*. ?*? appointed to mto wtto the War Department autherltiea Md ascertain If ?