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NORTHWEST
Vsrth Capitol ud B. L Are., Pukefi
Pharmacy.
tad and Mul At*.. Hygelsn Pharmacy,
trd and Indiana Are.. Butler * Field
Pharmacy.
7th aad T Sts.. Crlswell Pharmacy.
7th and K St*.. Goldenberg's (Time
Clerk'* Desk).
9th aad 17 8ta.f HoOuire Pharmacy.
14th and P 8ts.. Day Pharmacy.
18th and Florida Ave., Pearson Phar
macy.
21st and G Sts., Qtxiffley Pharmacy.
25th and Pennsylvania Are.. Herhst
Pharmacy.
Holmead and Otis Places. HoJnead
Pharmacy.
1901 L St., Morse Pharmacy.
I NORTHEAST
i North Capitol annd Fye Sts., Kenealy
Phsrmacy.
2nd and Maryland Are.. Tsylor Phar
macy.
7th and H Sts.. Buck & Gorsuch.
13th and East Capitol Sts., Lincoln
Park Pharmacy.
SOrTHEA*T
8fh and Ere St*.. WeDer'a Pharmacy. [
11th and Pa. Ave.. Fealey's Pharmacy, j
14th aad Pa. Ave.. Smy3er's Pharmacy.
GEORGETOWN
Wisconsin Ave. and M St.. O'Donnell's [
Pharmacy.
28th and P Sts., Pride's Pharmacy.
38th and X 8ts., Weller's Pharmacy.
POUND.
noRSK?Strayed in Tnnlaw farm. STsh and
Tnnlaw rd.: owner can have same by cainn?
and paying damages. ?
' "^OST.
ATTO?$25 reward for return ?r Information
leading to the whereabouts of a new Chevro
let 5-passenger touring car. with Michigan
likens** No. 23TtC!>5. factory No. 16T?58. Notify
p?ii? hAlexandria. Va. 20*
BLACK YELVKT HAT; ??n road between Edge
moor and Chevy Chase, Md. Telephone Cleve
land .V. or return t?> No. S Grafton street.
Chew Chas*-. Md. *
I'.LACK MOIRE RAG. on 17?h at. bet. l?a.
are. and I? at. or in Washington Loan and
Trust, 17th ?t. branch After November 1
please write Miss J. C. P., 3158 18th st. n.w.
Receive reward 19*
BROOCH?Gold and green enamel shamrock
riieter: valued as j. keepsake from a deceased
friend. Howard. Address Eox 67-A, Star of
If)*
< AT -S'!i:fr-rolored Angora cat Thursday night.
Howard. 1424 C st. n e
CHILD'S HlA'K COAT: Wednesday afternoon.
Howard. Heturn 1754 Mass. ave. n.w. Frank
1 i n_3*23.
DIAMOND stickpin, with the diamonds set as
h question mark. If found, please return to
J. W ?r"?>no. IS O st. n.o. 19*
J>OG?R.dhead; loop tail; shaggy; white hair
spot on breast. Reward. Return to 331- ^*h
I CR NECKPIECE losi Tuesday, October 15.
probably from taxlcab between 3031 Newark
st. and I'nlon station. Reward. Phone Co
lombia ."?oid. 14M! Chapin -t.
Frit?r.laek lynx, Sunday between entrance
Hock Creek Park and Octavia apartment; find
er please phone Col. 2476-W. Reward. 19*
Classes?Pair of tortoise shell rim. Finder
please return to Estelle G. Stone. Red Cross
Ilome Serviee. ?VK? Kenois bldg. Reward. 21*
GOLD WRIST WATCH, either at 22nd and
I* sts. n.w. or on car between 22nd snd P and
17th and II sts. Saturday 0 a.m. Phone North
4747. Reward. 20*
GOLD BROOCH, set with 5 diamonds, from
[Lincoln apartments to Cleveland Park, via
Capital Traction cars. Friday evening. Liberal
reward. Mrs. I. S. C.. Apartment 15, Lincoln
Apartment. Phone Lincoln 4990-W ?
GRASS or matting hand satchel, containing
large manila envelopes with manuscripts of
pictured poems. Leave with watchman of
Graham bldg.. 14tli and E sts. n.w., and re
eel v? reward or S3. ?
JEWELRY?Small bag of jewelry, from an F
ft. bank; $50 reward. No questions Return
1347 Harvard st 20*
LADY'S gold wrist watch, initials H. I. M.,
between <*>th and A sts. 6.e. to the National
Hotel, between 8:30 and 9. Reward if re
turned to ?30 A st. s e. 20*
LORGNETTE?Silver, on chain. Return 1741
Corcoran ?t. Reward. 20*
PAIR gold-rimmed nose glasses, in Hu?ke case,
Wednesday evening, near 3rd and Mass. ave.
n.e. Reward. 319 f? st n.e 21*
PAPERS?In War Industries annex. New In
terior bldg.. or between two correspondence
from W. R. Patents Company. Leeds. England;
papers of absolutely no value to any one but
slie owner. Suitable reward if returned to
Room 1S7. War Industries annex. *
POCKETROOK, black, containing 27 dollars
and 30 cents, valuable receipts. Reward if re
turned to Mrs. Jennie Jones, 1233 31st st.
n.w. *
POCKETROOK?Friday morning. 8 o'clock, ini
tial *M" on It. containing $10 and some
change, few car tickets: lost between 14th and
35th sts. on New York ave. Reward. Re
turn to 2113 Pa. ave n w ?
POODLE?Male: white with brown eyes; black
nose; sharp face; name Inkiedeas. $5 reward. I
!*>2 12th <r n. .? 20*
RING, small diamoud. surrounded by opals. !
Liberal reward. Room 23. Stratford Hotel. *
RING?Plain gold ring, inscribed inside. Jamie ;
to Llna: reward. Phono North 2333-J. j
ROSARY at 9th arid R 1. ave. n.w. Return to '
?>1f? R I ave n w Reward. 19* i
STOLEN?New l>a.vtou bicycle; No. 175.293. !
Reward for recovery. Stephenson, 1434 Har
vard. * ;
l M BR ELL A, green silk, iu W., R. and A. car.
Ilewnrd offered 458 K n w 20* i
WATCH FOB in form of locket, containing !
lady's picture; plain on one side, initials J. A.
P.. on other side. J. A. Bailey. 501 Southern j
hide. 19*
SI.500 WORTH of fonrth liberty loan bonds on i
or between 15th, near American Security and
Trust Company; bonds in Riggs Bank en
velope, marked Fanny V. M. Johnson. Return
t?> 2400 16th st. n.w.. Apt. 401. $200 reward.
20*
WANTED?HELP.
AGRM?
POSTTTVELY sells on sight, brand-new article;
big demand: unlimited field; 100 per cent
rroflts. psrtirulars free. Write today. Guilford
Specialty Co., 423 Pinckney pi., Baltimore,
Vld. 20*
MALE.
A CHA^yFEPR?One who is decent and thor
coghly understands a Cadillac car; one over
the draft age preferred and one old enough
to appreciate a good position; letters of best
references required. Julius Lansburgh. 512 9th
?it. n.w.
A GENERAL salesman; one
?who understands thoroughly
furniture and rugs; $35 per
week; congenial surroundings.
Julius Lansburgh Furniture & j
Carpet Co.. 512 9th st.
A WHITE BOY about 17 years old to run Ford |
delivery car and assist with store and shop j
cleaning. Chance for advancement and to learn ;
a trade if Industrious. Hays & Co.. 1237 G n.w. I
ABLE-BODIED MEN tor es-'l
sential work; best possible rate
of pay; protected from weather
Apply Timekeeper, American
Pailway Express Co., 2nd and
Eye sts. n.e.
AUTOMOBILE washers andi
cleaners; colored, and night
work. Apply at once. Federal
Taxi Co., 212 13th n.w.
BAGGAGE PORTER ?Apply;
Hotel Harrington. j
B E L L M E N?^rhree, highest
wages.
HOTEL HUDSON,
1329-31 H St. N.W.
!EOY8 to learn bookbinding trade; steady
Apply George A. Simonda Co., 802-10 F
st. S.W., second flior. Room 32.
J*)T to dri re Ford truck; boy to work around
a Save: steam fitter's helper; a plumber's nelper
sM Outer's helper. A. Eberly's Sons, 718 7th
Soy" to learn collecting. Hop
wood's, 8th and K.
SfE-wT have places for two boys, sixteen
?mstera years of ace. to lears real estate
bosteeas; good opportunity sad perms
sat pwitlw for right parties. Apply Dis
trict aad Washington Title Companies, 610 13th
st. a.w. 20*
Sot ? lean printing businea. Milan,. 707
itunae ?mrd. Nc pet
inachinlats. h?] ?
pout.: Pcaaajrtraaia
N?w l?w m. m.
It; M0 par nsatti.
H.tel kkm, ISth and
WASTED?HELP.
MALE?CoHtlmgr^.
CARPENTERS ? 20
for inside trimming; win
ter's work for good men,
in heated building. Apply
27th and Woodley road,
Harry. Wardman job.
[CHAUFFEUR at National Park
: Seminary, Forest Glen, Md.,
one who can drive Hudson, Cadil
lac and Ford touring car, also
Packard truck. Should be able
to do general repairing on any of
the above-named cars and keep
them in good running condition.
Good wages, with board and
room. Single man, not subject
to draft, preferred. Apply to
G. M. Wolfe, Supt.
CHAUFFEUR FOR DELIV
ERY TRUCK; PERMANENT
POSITION; GOOD SALARY.
APPLY TO GEO. PLITT CO.,
INC., 1325 14TH.
CHAUFFEUR, to drive small Auborn every
afternoon. Apply Northwest Savings Bank,
18th and Columbia road.
CHAUFFEUR for ice cream de
livery; good wages. Apply
Demonet's factory, 2021 L n.w.
CHAUFFEURS?Two, reliable
for Ford delivery cars; also boys
over 16 as jumpers. Apply ready
for work, Hoffman Co., Cleaners
and Dyers. 735 13th st. n.w.
LHAoi'l't.LR.v?White. Driv
ers of Terminal taxicabs are per
forming essential service; good
wages. Apply 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
Terminal Taxicab Co., Inc., 1233
20th st. n.w.
COLLECTOR?Insurance debit. Apply D. W.
Mclntire, manager, Room 217, Columbian bldg.,
118 5fh st. 19*
?"OL LECTOR?Salary. $18 per week and com
missions. Apply 810 F st. n.w.. Room 19, bet.
H -3o nmf H? 30 n m 20*
COLLECTOR. Hopwood's, 8th
and K.
COLORED MEN?6, at once;
best pay. 2119 14th st. Elite
Laundry.
CoLuRKJ* BELLBOY, board and room; good
salary. Inquire Manager, Mt. Alto Inn, 2630
Wisconsin nvo.
COLORED BUI'S,
16 and 17 years old, for general work aronod
store. Apply 527 13th st. n.w. Julius Gar
tinkle & Co.
COLORED chauffeurs and
helpers; ones who know the
city; permanent positions and
good wages. Apply Superintend
ent, ask for Mr. Jacobsen, Hub
Furniture Co., 7th and D sts.
COLORED LABORERS ?
Steady inside work in pressroom
of The Evening Star; good
wages. Apply foreman press
room, 11th and Pa. ave. n.w.
COLORED MEN
As porters and helpers
on delivery trucks.
Good salaries
Steady position
Apply
Fourth Floor Office,
W. B. MOSES SONS,
nth and F sts.
COMPOSITOR?A good Job compositor who is
able to estimate on job printing: exceptional
opportunity Address Box 174-A. Star office 20*
COOK?Colored; third man; $75 per month
with board. Apply manager, Columbia Coun
try Club. Chevy Chase. Md.
COOKS?Three (white) short
order; best wages; 10 hours'
work. Apply Chef, Monticello
Cafe, 807 King st., Alex., Va. 21*
COUNTER MAN; must be good on salads and
sandwiches; no Sunday work. 429 8th st. n.w.
19*
COUNTERMAN - Experi
enced; must be of neat appear
ance, courteous; good salad man,
and able to take charge of
counter. Apply any time Sunday
after ten; door open. Liberty
Inn, 107 6th st. n.w. 20*
DRAFT MEN. 19-45?Take a five-week course j
in wireless telegraphy and then be inducted ia
Army or Navy with better pay than trench j
duty offers. Free lebson aud particulars at Na- 1
tional Radio Scaool. 14th and U sts. n.w.
DRIVER?White, for truck, essential work; 1
steady position; good salary to man not afraid |
to work. Apply after 6 p.m.. 1208 C st. s.w. * !
DRIVER?Colored, for truck, for essential
work; steady position, good salary to man not
afraid to work. Apply after 6 p.m., 1208 C
St. s.w." ?
DRUG CLERK?Juniormust
have good experience; good
wages, good hours, with excel
lent prospects of advancement.
Apply Liggett's-O'Donnell Drug
Store. 004 F st. n.w.
FXBVATOR OPERATOR. 1748 K it. D.W., tbe
Park wood.
ELEVATOR MAN?Good sal
ary. Apply at once Williard
Courts, 1916 17th st. n.w.
ENGINEER wanted?White; 8 bonra. Apply
Chief Engineer, University Club, 15th and Eye
sts. 20*
ENGINEER?Permanent position at good sal
ary. Apply chief engineer, Capitol Park Hotel.
North Capitol and E sts. 20*
ENGINEER?All-around man with Ice ma
chine experience; permanent position; salary,
room and board. Apply manager, Columbia
Country dob. Chevy Chase. Md.
ESSENTIAL WAR WORK
All classes of men wanted to fill
permanent positions; schools
are established in the yard to
teach the more important
branches; good pay while learn
ing; conditions constantly im
proving. Apply United States
Employment Service, 1410 Pa.
ave^ or Virginia Shipbuilding
Corporation, Alexandria, Va.
WA7TFD?HHP.
MAI.B?rwHwt*.
essential work.
Flnt-cUaa chsuffenr: must be Mttlcd an
and not uk Intoxicants; molt furnish refer
ence, Alio two wagon drivers. Good wijm,
Apply 921 Louisiana ave- National Frolt Co.
EVENING WORK! ? Colored
men employed during day to op
erate elevator in evening; good
hours; good pay. Apply office,
Stoneleigh Court, Conn. ave. and
L st.
EXPERIENCED night man, $40 month, 3
rooms and bath. Octavia, 1C69 Colnmbiard. i
^nitor. 2*1? I
EXPERIENCED employment agent for large
concern; give reference; state salary expected.
Address Box 312-T. Star office. ,
EXPERIENCED installment
collector; highest salary paid;
steady employment. Apply
Castelberg's. 935 Pa. ave. n.w.
FIREMAN, white or colored, for low-pressure
steam plant; good position and good paj to
right man. Apply superintendent, Evans
building. 1420 N. Y. ave. .
FIREMAN? Good hours; good p:iy; perma
nent. Apply Army and Navy Club.
FIREMEN for day wort, <ood salary. Apply
Engineer, Burlington Hotel, Vermont aye. and
Thomas Circle.
FIRS T-C LASS BOO It
keeper; good salary and steady
emplovment. M. Brooks & Co.,
1107 G st.
FOUR SHOEMAKERS for
bench or machine work. Call
908 Pa. Ave. N.W.
^
FRONT CLERK?$75.00 and
meals. Apply Hotel Harrington.
GENERAL first-class luncli counterman. 1-0**
Pa. ave. n.w. ,
GOOD FARMHAND, married; one who can
milk preferred: state exporience and family.
Address Box 170-A. Star o'^ce -1* I
Government Cafeteria,
6th and B Sts., wants
Pastry baker, cooks, steam table
men, coffee men, porter, kitchen
men, window cleaners; good
pay, excellent working condi
tions. .Ask for Mr. Reed.
HIGH CLASS business firm
needs a good man. Are you
industrious? Have you ability?]
Are you ambitious to make good
income? Answer giving full in-1
formation; no triflers need apply.
Address Box 139-A. Star office.
HOTEI< CLERK, male. Apply Manager. Hotel
l>ris'-oll. -0*
HOUSEMAN WANTED
HOTEL RICHMOND.
HOUSEMEN : good wages. Apply Housekeeper,
Hotel Ij Fnyettp. IBtli and I sts n w. .
HOUSEMAN; $65 per month.
Apply office, Stoneleigh Court,
Conn, ave. and L st.
JANITOR?Good salary and first-class quar- [
tors. Apply at once Chas. E. Tribby, 1413 G
st. n.w.
JANITOR?Intelligent, neat, as houseman and
night clerk, 11 p.m. to 11 a.m.; no garbage;
good quarters and two meals daily: references
required; good pay. Address Box S0-A, Star
olBce.
JANITOR, colored, for apartment house: $*0
per month and quarters, heat, light and gas
furnished; a new house and an excellent posi
tion for the right man. Apply superintendent,
Evans building. 1420 N. Y. ave.
JANITOR?Capable of taking
entire charge of high-class office
building; salary, $100 per month
to first-class man; gilt edge
references required.
N. L. SANSBURY CO., INC.,
721 13th St. N.W.
JOR PRESS FEEDERS. Milans. 707 8th St.
n.w. ______
KITCHEN HELP, male, colored. Apply Chef,
lintel liris'-oil. __
hl'i'i HiiN i.'lYS, colored; salary, $45 [ter
month with room ami board. Apply Manager,
Columbia Country Club. Chevy Chase. Md.
LABORERS wanted, by Hyde & liaxtcr; Iwst
wa~es to steady workers; meet our representa
tive outside of 4th st. entrance to navy yarl
at 7-30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. daily. 20?
LABORERS
WANTED j
!
By L. Morgan Johnston,
On the most essential war
work at this time, at the
Walter Reed U. S. Army
Hospital, Takoma Park,
D. C
Good Wages.
Apply Office of the Contractor,
WALTER REED HOSPITAL
RESERVATION.
19*
? ? !
US \RN TO DRAW, through otir personal in-j
struction, in your spare time and qualify for a
position as draftsman at $12.) to S?50 per j
month; big demand for our students: get full
particulars on our practical toaive and enroll j
at once. Call, write or phone for catalogue. ;
Office open. 9 to 5 daily, and every night ex- ,
cent Wednesday and Saturday Columbia |
School of Drafting. 14tli and T sts. n.w. ,
Phone North 272. .
LOCKSMITHS?Two, first-class, for outside
work; one experienced 6hop man; also man with
some knowledge of locksmithing, to work in the
shop* Turnor & Clark. 1307 II st.
LOCOMOTIVE machinist, boil
ermakers, car repairmen, car
cleaners, brakeman, white and :
colored laborers. Apply Room ,
308 Union station. j
MACHINISTS?First-class all- j
around men to work on govern- i
ment contracts. H. C. Craggj
Mfe. Co.. 228 K st. s.w.
MAN?To drive wagon and helper. Phone
Main 2318.
MAN to load folding machine in bindery; steady
position for strong man. National Capital Press.
Sll 11th st. n.w. j
MAN who understands repair-,
ing furniture; steady position
and good salary. Apply Mr.
Tacobs, Hub Furniture Co.
man?Over draft age: real estate solicitor;
must know the city; will pay good salary. Ad
dress Hoi 25Q-A. 8tar olHce.
MAN to sell goods on railroad trains; long
rnna and liberal commission ? aid. Union News
Co.. Office No. 3. Union station. 21*
man colored, experienced, to work In billiard
room'from 6 to 12 p.m. Scanlon's, 406 9th st.
n. ^^?? i ??? ?
MAN white, over draft age. for night watch
man ' Apply Naval Medical School, 23rd and E
" n.w.Ybetween 9 and 4 p.m. 19'
ilAN wanted, to work in dye house; must ba
good preiser: wages. $25 week. R. A. Reeves,
920 9th or 1055 4th n.w. 20
jjT^ colored, to wait table, government em
ployed. 945 K n.w. 19* .
MAN to ran boilers, do general work In base
ment and clean halls: board. The Benedick.
1B08 Eye St. n.w. "x .
MEAT CUTTERS?Permanent
positions, good wages, for expe
rienced men. Apply at branch
markets or at 622 Pa. ave. Old
Dutch Market, Inc.
WANTED?HELP.
MALU-Cnttaaei.
WANTED?HELP.
MAI K tt?tlw
?WANTED?
The following labor at this company's plant at
Alexandria, Va., which is only 30 minutes' ride
from Washington:
Cabinetmakers,
Wood workers,
Carpenters,
Metal Workers,
All classes of skilled labor
Best prices paid.
ALEXANDRIA AIRCRAFT CORPORATION.
Under. Our New Scale of Wages
GOOD MEN CAN EARN $30.00 TO $35.00 A WEEK
As Conductors or Motormen.
ESSENTIAL WORK
Exceptionally Good Pay.
Men within or above the draft age, this is
an exceptional opportunity to learn the street
railway business under good working conditions.
Our new scale of wages is as follows:
For the first 3 months of service. .43c an hour
For the next 9 months 46c an hour
Thereafter 48c an hour
Apply any day this week
Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 m. (noon).
WASHINGTON RAILWAY
AND ELECTRIC COMPANY,
Instruction Department:
14th and East Capitol Streets.
MAR1.IED MAN, exempt from draft, capable
of assuming responsibility; must know the
city and liave some executive ability; steady
position and good salary; references required.
Apply manager. 409 C st. n.w.
MECHANICS wanted. 3, tirst-class auto; liberal j
wages Chevrolet Motor Co., Service Dept., J
3240 Project ave. n.w. J
MEN and boys; colored; indoor work in
bakery; salary and meals; no Sunday or nierht
work Herbert's, Inc.. 412 Otli st. 21*
MEN?Four able-bodied men
for work in essential manufac
turing plant. Capital Chemical
Co., end of Congress Heights
car line. 24*
MEN to handle goods in warehouse: $4 per
day Also 2 elevator men. Apply Receiving
Room. Center market
MEN for whole or part time
work as messengers; can earn
$3.50 nine-hour day or night;
light, healthful, outdoor, perma
nent work; convenient day or
night hours for those employed
elsewhere. Apply Western
Union Telegraph Co., Basement,
1311 G st. n.w.
MEN to work in warehouse; good wage*;
short hours; chance for promotion. Apply C.
St P. Telephone Co.. rpar 77 IT st. n.w.
MEN over draft age who write a plain, leglbia
hand and spell correctly. Address Box 64-M.
Star oflW.
MEN (several) for gasoline Blfmg stations.
Penn Oil Co.. Rosslyn. Va.
MEN for Saturday night and
Sunday work; $4.40 per night
and $4.18 per day. Apply time
keeper American Railway Ex
press Co., 2d and I n.e., 6:30
p.m. Saturday. 6:50 a.m. Sunday.
MEN?Autommjile mechanics and chauffeurs }
are In great demand at good salaries. We teach !
thoroughly and practically on all makes of
cars; day and night classes. See us today.
National Auto College. 9th and O sts. n.w.
MEN to t* e names for the city directory;
plain writers and good spellers. Call at room
4. 911 G st. n.w.
MILKER?$62 i>er month and house. Apply
Experiment Station. College Park. Md.
MORNING or noon work; man
to assist at counter from 8:00
to 9:30 or from 11:30 to 1:30, or
both; good wages. Apply any
time Sunday after ten; door
open, Liberty Inn, 107 6th st. j
n.w. 20*
1
NIGHT DISHWASHER?518 per week. White
Palace Lunch. 314 Oth st. .
OFFICE liOY, kiw office. Apply 317 John Mar- J
shnll n'pr Room 4 21*
PIANO POLISHER and finish
er for retail piano warerooms;
high salary. Arthur Jordan
Piano Co., 13th and G sts.
PLUMBERS?Two; two tin
ners; two helpers; good wages,!
steady work; none but first-class
mechanics need applv.
T, C. FLOOD & CO.,
Rear 2116 14th St. N.W.
PLUMBERS?Two, to do gas
pipe work.
TWO BOYS as helpers.
TWO high school boys on
hours' work out of school, to do
light and neat .vork. Apply C.
A. Muddiman, 1201 G st. n.w.
PORTER wanted for steady work. National
Capital Press. 511 11th st. n.w. t
PORTER, to drive Buirk car; short hours, good
pay 14th st n w 19
PORTER, white or colored, for office building
work; good pay and a good position to the
right man. Apply superintendent, Evans
building. 1420 N. Y. ave.
PORTER?Colored, for coffee and tea store;
must be stron*: S13 to start. Apply Jewel
Tea Co.. Inc.. 1712 14th st. n w.
PORTER?At once; good wages. Globe Cloth
ing Co.. 803 Pa. ave. n w.
PORTER?Colored! must have references;
salary. $15. 1203 Pa. ave. n.w.
PORTER (colored), houseman; experienced
: preferred; S80 per month. See housekeeper,
[ Burlington Hotel. 1120 Vermont ave. n.w.
POSITIONS FOB MEN
? In Car Shops.
EXPERIENCE DESIRED, BUT NOT RE
QUIRED.
The Washington Railway and Elec
tric Company hav#? several positions
open for CARPENTERS and TRUCK
OVERHAULERS?also men for MOV
ING CARS and doing general work
around car shops and car houses.
Under our new wage scale, which
went into effect last month, good
steady men can earn excellent wages.
GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS.
Apply 2411 P st. n.w.
PRESSER to work from 10 p.m. to T a.m.
daily: salary, $100 month. Apply Hotel Uar
PRESS FEEDERS?Wanted at once. Wash
ington Printing Co.. 730 13th st. n.w.
SALESMAN?Seeking work in the open; $18
paid while learning on established routes; 10%
commission. Apply Jewel Tea Co., Inc., 1712
14th st. n.w.
SALESMAN, by large corporation; classed as
essential business; state age, experience and
present employment in own handwriting. Ad
dress Box 322-T. Star office. 19*
SCHOOLBOYS, over 16 years
of age, for healthy, outdoor
work; can make good money
after school hours. See Mr.
Lyddane, Basement, 1311 G st.
n.w.
SCHOOLBOYS WANTED
TO CARRY
EVENING STAR ROUTES
AFTER SCHOOL.
' pply at the following stations:
6th and Va. Ave. S.W.
Between 3:15 and 3:45.
Star Office.
Between 3:15 and 3:45.
Wisconsin Ave. & M St N.W.
Between 3:45 and 4:30.
22d and Pa. Av N.W.
Between 3:45 and 4:30
14th and Irving Sts. N.W.
Between 4:30 and 5.
19th and Wyoming Ave. N.W.
Between 4:30 and 5.
Dupont Circle,
Between 4:15 and 4:45.
16th and M Sts. N.W.
Between 4:15 and 4:45.
17th and P Sts. N.W.
Between 4:15 and 4:45.
14th and Rhode Island Ave.
N.W., between 4:15 & 4:45.
14th and Swann Sts. N.W.
Between 4:15 and 4:45.
SCHOOL of higher accounting la baring more
calls for qualified men and women accoantanta
than they can fill; by taking four lessons a
week you can complete the course in six
months, will make terms to suit. Address Box
?*" * r office. 1J*
* v/a.COOK wanted #t once. Apply
??"?") Pa. ave. *
SODA DISPENSER?Working evenings. Knick
erbocker Candy Store, 18th and Columbia rd.
n.w. 20*
SODA DISPENSER?Good salary paid for the
right man. Knickerbocker Candy Store, 18th
and Columbia rd n.w. 20*
STABLEMAN (white), twenty horses; $20
*>eek. Aenew Company, 728 14th n.w. 19*
STENOGRAPHER?On construction work; good
walary to right party. Applt to Richardson Sc
Burgess, Inc., 17th and D sts. s.e. Phone Lin
coln 3287. 20*
STORAGE BATTERY MEN;
also men to learn the business.
Apply to nearest U. S. Employ
ment Service office and bring
this notice with you. Exide
Battery Depots, Inc., 1823 L st
n.w.
THE CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY
has positions for MECHANICS
and LABORERS on car repairs
for main shops and division car
barns.
Street railway work in Wash
ington is classed by the govern
ment as ESSENTIAL employ
ment.
Attractive wages and free
transportation over our lines.
Apply to Master Mechanic at
Shops, 3222 M st. n.w.
THREE experienced window clcaners. $18 to
$25 per week on a start. Come up between
5 and 8 p.m. United Window Cleaning Com
pany. 823 B st. n.w. !%?
TINNERS AND 8TOVB HANDS.
Good wages.
M. B. Flynn. 651 Pa. are. a.e. 28*
TRUCK DRIVERS?Three or
four; knowledge of grocery
business: over draft age; good
salary. 608 Pa. ave. n.w. 19*
TWO good busbelmen, on men's clothing; goo<
wages. Globe Clothing Co., 808 Pa. mre. n.w
TWO TAILORS
For alteration room.
M. BROOKS & CO.,
1107 G St.
WAHTFD?KILP
MA1.it?Tim?g
THOS. CUSACK CO. *
ADVERTISING SIGN
PAINTERS
and Helpers
Wanted.
High Wages, Steady Work
Rain or Shine.
Apply bet 12 and 1 P.M.
3419 M St N.W.
Phone ,W. 2217. 20?
TWO good men who want to work; nptlrltg
wooden boxes ; experience not necessary. Ap
plj 1226 North Capitol st. 19^
U. S. Employment Service,
1410 Pennsylvania ave.,
Wants
25 Carpenters,
12 laborers,
For Government Work.
Apply U. S. Employment Office,
1410 Pennsylvania ave.
WAITERS, colored* $45 per month with meals
and tips. Apply Manager, Colombia Country
Club, Chevy Chase, Md.
? ?WANTED?
100 LABORERS
AT ONCE.
Apply
IRWIN & LEIGHTON,
Treasury Annex,
Madison PI. and Pa. Ave. N.W.,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED?French instructor; n.w., conveni
ently in town; state terms; native preferred.
Address Box 203-A. Star office. ?
WANTED?4 chauffeurs for
government work.
SMITH TRANSFER &
STORAGE,
912 S st. N.W.
WANTED?Colored driver for
Ford truck, to handle freight;
one willing to work; bring refer
ences. Apply before 9 a.m. Top
hams. 1219 F st. n.w.
WANTED?Steamfltters and helpers. Apply
Slyder-Clough Heating Co., 910 10th at. n.w.
SO*
WANTED?A man for cashier; Al reference.
1206 Pa. ave. n.w. 20*
WANTED
FLOOR LAYERS
To lay floors; piec?.
work, by the square.
Apply at once,
27TH & WOODLEY ROAD.
WATCHMAKER?Experisncsd, who can also:
engrave; permanent position in northern New
York; high-class salary. Address Box 128-A, '
Rtar office. 20* 1
WATCHMAN wanted by Lans
burgh Furniture Co.
WHITE MAN to drive laundry wagon; exempt
from draft; good salary; send references. Ad
dress Box 247-A. 8tar office. f
WHITE BOYS and young men
for work in our factory; essen
tial work; good pay; experience
not necessary. Apply before 10
a.m. Topham's, 1219 F st n.w.
or 80 L st n.e.
WORK OR FIGHT
It's Up To You
Our Business Is
ESSENTIAL
We Have Jobs For
DRIVERS ... .
LABORERS
CLERKS, Etc.,
GOOD WAGES
See Us at Once
MERCHANTS'TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.,
920 E. St. N.W.
I YOUNG MAN. over 16, to work in drag store
evenings. Apply Smith's Pharmacy, 22nd and
Pa. ave. 20*
YOUNG MAN to learn automobile storage bat
tery business; good opportunity for quick ad
vancement. Washington Battery Co., 1628 L
st. n.w.
100 LABORERS for govern
ment work; pay in full every
night
Smith Transfer & Storage Co.,
912 S St. N.W.
50 IjABOBERS, s.w. cor. 15th and M sts. n.w.
Essential work. . IS*
FEMALE. .
A NUMBER of experienced
P. B. X. operators for attended
pay stations. Apply to Chesa
Sake & Potomac TeL Co.,
omer bldg., 13tb bet F and
G sts. Room 308.
A NUMBER of P. B. X. opera
tors at a camp near Washington.
Surroundings pleasant ana at
tractive. Good salary, with
room and board. Operators are
under the supervision of a
House Mother. Apply Chesa
peake & Potomac Co., Homer
bldg., 13th st. bet. F and G sts.
n.w. Room 306.
ALTERATION HANDS Ml U4in' nits. em*.
?klrts a ma tnmrt; ptmunt pMttSoa, aad
pod salaries. Apply the lama. Ills P it.
n.w.
AMBITIOUS YOUNG LADY ft kttotr parlor;
pernanrat po?ltt?n; food akrr Ml emit
?*on*. Mb~*rrt T.. Scbeetre, 2M Ktaots bM(?
11th ud G su. B.!T.
WAITED?BOELP
-rwMMi.w-cirtS?'
ALTERATION HANDS
on women's garments;
will pay $15 to $25 per
week.
M. BROOKS & CO.
1107 G St
Sgg^L^BanT^andTO
?rim and Commercial p???. ?"?
An coat GIBIA??12?P?; ???*? Apply
New Kbbitt Hotel. 1?_
CANDY SALESLADIES?Ex
perienced;. good wages; good
hours.. Apply Liggett s-O Don
nell Drug Store, 904 F st.
i-umtll?Woman. with some experifSfe"
? * - " 14th anil 1VC,
?? ?imj Bin? ?i ?ni"?i
n,--'" 13th and Pa.
CASHIERS.
Two bright girls as cashiers;
must be quick and come well
recommended; good pay and
rapid advancement to those who
qualify. Apply Miss Brettner,
Wm. Hahn & Co., 7th and K.
n.w.
CASHIER?Retail store;
permanent position; salary,
$15 a week to start ; good
opportunity for advance
ment. Address Box 311-T,
Star office.
room worn*
Hotel La
CHAMBBRMAIDS.Hesn.?, linenr.
en: rood ware?- Apply House Keeper,
ff.'-JKT' i?th and I ata n w. _
CHAMBERMAIDS ? Three;
day cleaners, two; $35 per
month. Apply housekeeper
Stoneleigh Court, Conn. ave. and
L st. n.w. _
CLERK for apartment hotel; able to b"?dle
?witchboard; good wages and meals. Address
Box 185-A. Star office. J"
COLORED elerator girl wanted; day work;
month. See janitor. 1882 Colombia road. 10_
COOK?Short order. Apply T xpress Lunch, 2nd
and Eye ata n e. ??-?
COOK and general housework
er; small family; good wages
Apply on Sunday, between 10
a.m. and 1 p.m., at 3132 19th
st. n.w. 20
COOK.
Small family requires the serv
ices of a plain cook. Liberal
wages, good room, pleasant sur
roundings in small house. Apply
by phone or in person,
MRS. N. A. ELSASSER,
1520 Buchanan St.,
Washington, D. C.
Phone Columbia 6846.
rrtTTNTRR GIRLfl?White, for Sew Nary Res
tanrant; 25c to 50c an honr; no Sunday work.
Ado It Mr. Williams. Manager New Navy bid*..
18th and B ets. n.w. Take Potomac Par* car.
" Mf Tjwlrer. 1811 K st. n.w
DANCING TEACHER?Steady ^
rang ladle* to assist, day or evening S0?
tth it. n-w. _
ELEVATOR GIRLS; two at
once. Apply at the Plymouth
Apt., 1236 11th St., ask for jani
tor. 20 L
ELEVATOR GIRL?No night or Sunday work;
$28 per month. H19 O st. n.w =1
fcLKVATOR GIRLS, colored: license reqi"T^d.
AwlT Manaaer. Hotel Drt?'-?11. 20_^
ELEVATOR GIRL?Good sal
ary. Apply at once Williard
Courts. 1916 17th St. n.W.
EXPERIENCED p. B. x telephone operator.
Apply the Cairo. 161& Q p w
PXPKRIENCED stenographer ^
preacher for evening dlc.t?ti??rt*t(1IJ?
Ker honr. with increase If work Drst class.
Address 20* Pa. ave. s.e.
EXPERIENCED food checker
wanted. Apply Steward Dept.,
Hotel Harrington.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper axd
CASHIER.
Only those desiring permanent em
ployment need apply.
SXTDER A LITTLE,
1 12U F st.
FEEDERS AND CATCHERS?
Four, females; best pay. Elite
Laundry, 2119 14th st.
GIRL to work evenings In candy store. Knicker
bocker Candy Store. 18th and Columbis^rd.
GIRL CLERK In Insurance offlce; 1501 per
month. Call 423 BoPthcrn bldg. ^1
GIRL in law office. Apply 817 John Marshall
olace. Room 4. ?
GIRL?Colored, to do porter-iiwork about Jew
elry store. Apply Victor E. Desio * Co., 1300
P at. n.w. ?
GIRL to aasist In business office; experience
not necessary. Address Box 8?A. Star ufflce.
GIRLS to sssist in bindery and pressroom, j
Milan*. TOT 8th st. .
GIRL or woman with alight knowledge of
typewriting as clerk in store; short hours.
gig 14th ?t. n.w. iT?
GIRL about 16 years of age for
clerical work; splendid wages.
Smith Transfer and Storage.
I GIRLS to learn bookbinding <r*de; ?JJ*|y
work. Apply George A. Slmonds Co., 802-10
P at. n.w., aecond floor, room 3-. ,
GIRLS.
a-., 10 war? of ice wanted for messenger
SSce. A^.7 C. * "? t*Phone Co.. Homer
Md?.. 13tl> rt. bet. F and G sts. n.w., Room
808. -??
CIRL*. white, for package room. Apply House
keeper. Burlington Hotel. Vermont aTe. and
Thomas Circle. ?
GIRLS to 111 the moat eaaential position at the
present time. A free school has been organised
to teach typewriting and the DJeta*)h|?n?;
Honrs 9 to 3 each day except
8 Monday. Wednesday and ^ iFm
at the women's division of the U. B. Km
ployment Service. 1410 Pa. ave. -
l.s Co.. Iti2 H st. n.w.
Government Cafeteria, |
6th and B Sts., wants j
Cashiers, checkers, waitresses,
counter . girls, kitchen girls,
pantry girls, bus girls; good pay,
excellent working conditions.
Ask for Mr. Reed.
jm/xb CLEANER. Apply Army and Navy
Clab.
HIGH-CIaA88 specialty a tore reqcirea the wrr
icea of a buyer for their ailk and knit onder
Addreaa Box 2-A. Star ofBce.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRL to ?">st |? a ?trj>l?
department, Addreaa Box 85-A. 8tar offlce. i?
JULIUS OABFINKLK * U0.
if.. af sale aw omen of experience and good !
JSTra&r^STheir dore department.
LADIES 18 to 40, for lesirable
clerical positions with Western
Union Telegraph Co. Apply in
person to Mr. Albright, 6th floor,
Commercial Bank Bldg, 14th
and G. ______
LADY ' with experience in
double entry bookkeeping; per
manent. Apply to manager.
DUPONT FLOWER SHOP.
Dur'or.t Circlc. 21*
WASTED?HELP.
F1CMAL.K?
LADY STENOGRAPHER?Ex-.
perienced and well recommended.
Legation of Switzerland,
2013 Hillyer Place. 20*
LEARN to draw through oar personal Instruc
tion Id your spare time and qualify for posi
tion aa draftsman at $125 to $2iS0 per month.
Big demand for onr students. Got full particu
lars on our practical course and enroll at ones.
Call, write or phone for catalogue. Office open
9 to 5 daily every night except Wednesday and
Saturday. Columbia School of Drafting, 14th
and T sts. n.w. Phone North 272.
MAIDS, at llome for Incurables, 8 and 82nd
at*.; good wages.
MANICURING, shampoo, etc.; experienced help
wanted:_ best wages paid 706 I3th at. n.w. 21*
MARKERS and assorters. Ap
ply Arcade Laundry, Arcade
bldg., 14th and Park rd.
NURSE, experienced, for healthy 6 months'
baby; reference required. C307 Conn. ave.
Phone Clpve 1303 21*
NURSE, ATTENDANTS, at Washington Home
for Incurables, 8 and 32nd ats. _____
OFFICE ASSISTANT ?A
bright, energetic girl, able to as
sist on books and do general of
fice work; good salary and rapid
advancement to one who quali
fies. Apply Miss Bretener, VVm.
Hahn & Co., 7th and K sts. n.w.
OPENING with real possibilities and perma
nency for stenographer: one with some general
office experien?*e preferred. Apply, afternoon,
4 to 6. Room 311. Colorado bldg. 20*
PATRIOTIC, steady, well paid employment in
your own home: knit urgently needed war
socks for us on the fast, simple auto knitter.
Full particular* today. Auto Knitter Company.
Dept. 40-C. fil'l Jefferson. Buffalo. N. Y.
RELIABLE settled white woman, general work
(work light) in apt. : company and attention fop
semi-invalid; small family: stay nights. 1117
8th st n w . Ant 10 *
SALESLADIES Wanted; good
wages. F. \V. Woohvorth Co.,
!>00 7th st. n.w., cor of Eye st.
19*_
SALESLADIES, experienced, wanted; tnnst
have reference; good pay. Apply at Miller*#
Dept. Store. S01 11 st. n.e. 20*
SALESLADIES ? Experienced,
in millinery and waists; perma
nent position, liberal salary and
commission. Apply to
MAYER BROS. & CO.,
937 and 939 F St. N.W.
SALESLADIES WANTED.
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.,
923 Pa. Ave. N.W.
SALESLADIES of neat ap
pearance; good salary to
start; permanent positions.
Apply at once. Becker's
Leather Goods Co., 1324-26
F st.
SALESLADIES in our waist
department; experience not
necessary.
M. BROOKS & CO.,
1107 G St.
SCRUBBERS and cleaners. Apply housekeeper.
New Ebb?tt. 19*
FT! MM.:IIATM'Fll ;?nd typist Security Savings
rnd '"nmni Tel:'* !*-'nk -nd G
M" \<?(;KA! ? 1 ? R. ex|H r ??c??d. Call at Room
312 A F of I. 1 Idc . !>?'? st Hnrt Muss are.
STENOGRAPHKRSAND
TYPISTS
AN OPPORTUNITY TO
BF. OF PATRIOTIC
SERVICE TO YOUR
COUNTRY?
Rxperienced and capable
stenographers wanted in
conncction with war relief
work.
Good salary; excellent
hours and working condi
tions.
Apply to
Mrs. Ethel Fisher,
AMERICAN RED CROSS,
17th and D Streets,
Washington, D. C.
STENOGRAPHER, first-class; good salsry. Ap
ply to Watson E. Coleman. Pacific bldg.
STENOGRAPHER^ experienced; good wages:
permanent position with private concern. Call
Room 503, 81C 14th st. n.w.
STENOGRAPHER
SECRETARY WANTED
Salary, $90 to $110, according to
ability. Apply by letter to
American Library Association,
Library of Congress, or phone
Mr. Dickson, Main 2727, br. 132.
SODA DIKVKN8EK?tilrl. with some experl- '
enee. Ogram's. 13th and I'a. ave. 19*
TELEPHONE OPERATORS?
2, white; $50 a month. Apply
Wardman Courts South.
fELEFHOXB7?FEiMTOir^?7?rorirn^ck
son plae??. ?
TELEPHONE OPERATOR?
Experienced P. B. X. Apply
Manager, Northbrook Courts.
TWO stenographer*. i?ernianent positions: not
government work, but very essential: good con
ditions: every Saturday afternoou off. Addre>*
Boi 2.r?0-T. Star ottlre.
TYPIST, experience not necessary; mercantile
, office. Apply Room 5. 303 7th st. *
WAITRESSES, for American piau hotel, $:?"?
per month, room and board. Apply the stew
ard. 2113 California.
WAITRESS?High wages. Vic
tory Lunch, 1724 Pa. ave. n.w.
WAITRKKSBn, colored; $3.', per month, with
meals arfH tips; good opening for industrious
girls. Apply Manager, Columbia L'vunuy
Club, Chevy Chase. Md.
: WAITRESSES ? Neat appear
ing; experienced; wages, $2 per
day and meals.
CHILDS RESTAURANT.
1423 Pa. Ave. N.W.
WANTED?Lady of refinement,
over 40 years of age, supervise
high-class dining room soon to
be opened at prominent location;
professional experience not nec
essary. Apply by letter only,
stating in detail age, whether
married or single, whether or
not any previous business train
ing. Woman of highest charact
er. Good salary. All replies will
be confidential. Each reply will
receive an answer. Address Box 4
104-A. Star office. _
WANTED -Young white lady in cauUy .

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