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hei:p and situations.^ Star “Want Ad” Branch Offices NORTHWEST. J4th and Vermont are.. John C. 34th and P. Dny’s Pharmacy. 17th and It.. J. 8. Clemenee J«fh and Clifton. H. Colodny * C«. 31th and Harvard. The Harvanl 34th and Columbia road. Bvana* Drug »401 14th. RronaiiKh’a Pharmacy. Mth and Buchanan. Hohberger. a D, Randolph Pharmacy, 8901 14tn a *• HnlmJnd and*Otla place. noltnoa<l I? h *yjJ£J‘ C j S4th and Colorado ave. Plnsy Pharmacy 37th and Park mad. Tlnton * Myera. 2434 18th. John M. Thai. 51d2 California avo., Morgan Bros. a^kl■ 7th and K. GoMenbera’s (time 'ter* a ocaa, 7tli and O ata,. Aaaoclated Dreg "tO"V^ 7th at. and R. I. air . J. French Slmpaoa. Pth and U ■»».. McGuire'* Pharmacy, dth and Elm sta., Donalaa* Pharmacy. S7Ol C.a. avo.. ItodiV Pharmacy. Bock Ga ave and Rook Creek Church td.. cr*ok Pharmacy. - . naahnr at. H Colodny * Co.. Da. ava and jrraha R9lfl Ga. avc.. Brlchtwood Phartnac.. torn I. at.. Moraa Pharmacy. r rtnpont Cirda. Dupont Pharmaer 1«tli at. and Fla. arr.. Pa* T *fl? * ,3™!^“* * V- ”J <1 ’**’;■ j T tvmahoe. \. T.. N. J. area, and M. ivaiicr fa. arc. and lat at.. Sylvan. Phar. North Can. at. and R. T. are.. Parker a 1722 Pa are.. .T, T/'.da Krlck. ?’«t and G sta.. Onlelav Phcimacy. 2Mli and Pa. are . Harbafa Pharmacy rC2B Conn. are,. Ci.avy Chtaa Phnrma . TCt«conatn nve. and Macomb at.. vieyew Park Pharmacy. Georgetown "Clh and P ata.. Pride’a Pharmacy. .'204 M at . O’TtonnclPa Pharmacy. P«ti, and M. Weller A Mnakay «CH»rm»av. Wisconsin avc. and O. Donahue s Pharmacy. northeast. ?d and E ata., MeCheaner & .Tnachlm. 4th and H st.. Pavna’a Pharmacy. "07 H st..«Garrcn’a Music Stora 7th st. and Md ava.. lamia F. Bradley. 12th st. and Md. av.. T.onls Hacks. ISIS H at.. Saar’s Newsstand. North Cap. and Eve. Kcnanlv Pharmacy. East Can and Oth. Bleloss Pharmacy. ISth and East Cap’fol. Lincoln Tyk Unarm* _ 2fl*t> at and It. T. avc.. Collins Pharmacy Wnodridea. _ nmokiand. C6CO 12th n.e.. Mayo’s Pharmacy— Brookia SOrTHF.A BT. fd st. and p«. av... H. V. Bpwwhank. S<h and Era. Weller *M»ak.y a Phafmtcy 11th and Pa. ava.. Faslv’a PharmaoT. nth and Pa. ava.. Smvaer’s Pharmacy. 1507 Nichols are.. Welas & Healy—Anaco SOt’THWEST. 7>h and D ata.. Tsntz Bros. 4'j and T. st«.. Colombia Phnrmacv. HATE 1 CENTS A WOBB In tVaahinaton and S'-hurha for— n->ln and Sltnatjons Wanted. T oat and Found, For Sale and Wanted M!scc..ane<>. • prultrv. Pets and a Aiifomohtlea for Sal" and Wanted. Booms for Rent and Wonted. Business Opportunities. etc. RATE OUTSIDE OF WASHINGTON 4 cents a vrord. READ ESTATE ADS. 6 words to the line. 3 Hnc minimum, at Una rate, as follows, 1 time. 2«'c per line. 2 limes. I®-’ nor line. 3 t mea. 17c per ,ln e. 7 tim»». Ktc per line. 14 limes. 1.7 c per line, STAR OFFICE OPEN UNTIL II T-M. All tidvestiwnionts for The fnimf he nt The Star offlee or on weFOUE branch offices by 11 p.m. the R 'J n , KEEOHt IgsrE. with the following exception!. I n«t find Found. T»or»t)i »!?<•**. Hp!p. Wanted Situation!. Wunted Room a. . _ _» •••ifip*. Advertisements under the •*>***llth fens will he accepted at The St«; oßc*. at. smi Pa. arc., until 9:30 a.m. or at any of The Star branch offices “ D i’’ r The a m. day of issue. All advertisements for 1 ia Sinidav Star must be received st The • star hv r, p.m. Haturdav, nr at any of TUa Star branch offices ’-v 7 urn. Saturday CASH WITH ORDER is reunited for au ao *ert!sements from transient advertisers. . HELP—MALE. j J .VETS’7 ma't fUttOtSdh rar maridc'/nna >n onofvfno tor «*• ptof/fu-’n f C.a COPIES- ——— ~ Arfo” MECHANIC— Experienced. - * m. or 1-0 p.m., Hendrick Motor Co.. Park. ._. AT’Trt radiator man. 319 13th st. ti.sy. ATJTOMORILE SALJCBMAV, etperlencad; ex tra gornl deal to extra gcoJ man. Jordan .1 tors, loan Conn, are. BOY. colored, in grocery store. 600 E st.^n.e. ri»MR!NATION MAX for garage; knowledge ~r double entry honkkecoing: must know how to drive any make car: furnish small bond. Anply at laigan Garage. ISI3 E st. n.w. cr;iT\V MANAGI'U v.lto can organ;*? and man age small crew; licet magazine clubbing propo sition in Washington: oldest company. Hee A. H. I-anda. Room 41. 918 F st.. after 1 o clo<k. DELIVERY ROY with bicycle. Address Rox 77-V. Star office. DISTRICT MANAGER— Something new: 70 to KSI dollars weekly selling high-grade article: easy to soli. Write High-Grade Products Co., T>avton. Ohio. PHIVER for (~ M. r. truck. M»«t be fumi tore man. Sacks Furniture Co., I» st., corner of Ssh n.w. GARDNER. Apply 007 Munsey building. HaTMIWOOK FINISHER Fi;st-class 2422 1 sth st. n.w, .TXMTOIt assistant, coiored; must be experi om-cd repairing faucets, painting, etc.: meals furnished. Applv twtween 10 and 12 a.m., the Benedick. 1808 Eye st. n.w. MAN to reflnish furniture, clianve colors, var r shin-r. staining: ail or part time. Address I‘.cx 177-X. Star office . MEAT i’CTTF.R —Experienced. Apply after ■t.3i( p.m. K. T. Goodman Co.. Inc.. Arcade Market. MEN. two ambitious, to make profitable con nections selling national proposition; onr men making good: willingness small essential and •xperience. Apply morning. 374 Munsey bldg. JIBS’ to distribute advertising, 7:30 a.m. 939 1> st. n.w.. room 3. third floor 1 MEN. wishing positions, firemen, brakemen, colored train porters, on large eastern roads, write for information: *127-S2OO month; expe rience nnnecesaary. Inter-Railway, Dept. 315, Tndlananolis. Jnd- MEN. two. for permanent selling work. *23 1 to start with opportunity to make more. Ex perience unnecessary. Apply 504 Kresge blog,. from 2 to 6 p.m. . FAINTER, expi-nenred, for motor truck body shop. Apply Commercial Body Shop, _5lB 1-T.lh n.w. 2** . ron.TRV MAN. Apply 097 Munsey building. s.MACSMAN to qualify in specialty line; will instruct; ear fiirnialied: apply 9 a.m. Wednes da> . Address Rox 100-V. Star ofllce. * SALESMAN «n excellent proposition; prefer man familiar with pafnt. Address Box 290-T, Star other. SALESMAN—Good proposition. 1483 Newton >l.. apt. 40. * SALESMAN, auto replacement pans: erperl -1 need ■ salarv and commission. Address Rox 78-V. Star office. J_ (tAI.ESMAN —lArscst manufacturers of oil and gasoline pump and tank- equipment; for Vir ginia. Maryland and southern New Jersey ter ritory; commission contract; real opportunity for worker and business getter. Apply Wednes day and Thursday to A. D. Carriger, Raleigh Hotel, or in writing to 1811 State st., Harris hurg. T*a. S. E. Bowser * Co.. Inc. 1* SALESMEN —We need a few clean-cut, ener getic men. a high class proposition for hlgh . lass men: we teach you how; come up and talk it over. This Is not stock or bonds. 207 Mnnscy bldg. 28* SALESMEN —Four, with newspaper or maga zine experience: must be of neat appearance; position open to steady workers; city or road work: *47 per week guaranteed salary and commission. Sec Mr. Kidwell, Room 901, 1817 F at. n.w. SALESMEN—IdeaI positions; excellent oppor tunity; men that want to cam *3O to $73 per week. 214 Jenifer bldg.. 7tli and I). SOLICITORS, magazine or similar experience; best and most salable magazine clubbing proposition in Washington: oldest company. Sec A. 11. Lands, Room 41, 918 P at., after 1 o’clock. * SPARKTIML WORKERS, great opportunity; can earn *1 per hour; city and nearby towns. VV. H. Hoover. 608 F n.w. 28* SPECIALTY SALESMEN wanted; several; an opportunity for you. Apply 200 National Bav ings 11 nd Trust bldg.. iSfn and N. Y. are. TAILOR, first-class. Apply 407 Sth at. a.e. 28* W ASHMAN. experienced. Apply Home Laundry, 1120 Queen at. n.e. YOUNG MAN with auto radiator experience. 1427 P at. 11. k~. YOUNG MAX. experienced, calling on lunch mom and restaurant trade; good opportunity. Address Rox 327-Y. Star office. YoTNG MEN. 3 energetic of neat appearance, to sell goods on trains. Cash security and bine suit required. Apply Union News Co. ofilce No. 3, east basement. Union Station. _ mhß* YOUNG MEN —Three for city and vicinity; ei pcrience not necessary; we train onr men and pay salary while learning; position pays $35 1 per week to men who qualify. Apply Room 900. American National Hank bldg. YOUNG WHITE MAN to change auto tires aqd help around gasoline station: most knew how to repair punctures and handle tires; ref i renceg. Address Box 88-V, Star office. AWNING HANGER, expe rienced, or one who has some mechanical ability. Capital Awning Co., 1503 N. Capitol st. * AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. Experienced; to sell very popular line handled by dealer organization of ten Tears’ _aianding. All replies confidential. Address iso* VtO X, £UU oftMe HELP—MALE. Continued. SALESMEN, experienced in men’s clothing and furnishings; permanent position; references required. Livingston’s, 908 7th st. n.w. n • HELP—MALE AND FEMALE. BOOKKEEPER, with knowledge of typewrit ing and stenography; one who has been Identi fied with merchant tailoring preferred. Ad dreaa Box 818 Y’. Star office. 27* MEN and women of character to distribute religious literature; opportunity to earn *lO per day; full or spare time; no capital or ex perience necessary; can also travel and ap point local representatives if desired. Address Box 275-W. Star ofllce. • BORA DISPENSER—Man or woman; good sal ary. H. P. Blßlnes. 11 .<n 14th st. 27* SOLICITORS— Male and female, to secure club members; hustlers only. See office manager. Room 807. 1108 IBth st. n.w. YOUNG MEN and young women, four of each, to act as models for style show; amateur theatrical experience desirable; , must be attractive in appear ance; young women must be able to wear size 36 garments; good pay. Apply at 4:30 today,! Room 346 Munsey bldg. t WANTED—SA LESMEN. ROND SALESMEN—AN UNUSUAL OPEN TUNITT FOR TWO HIGH GRADE. EXPERI ENCED MEN. TELEPHONE MAIN 8576 FOR APPOINTMENT. WASHINGTON MOHT- I GAGE A FINANCE CORPORATION. 27* INSTRUCTION COURSES ALL men not earning at least *lO a day should 1 investigate the positions open in radio work. This new Industry is growing faster than any other and needs trained men who hold (lie gov ernment license; use your spare time evenings and Join our train you in four to | six months and help ybu get a jsisltiun in (his field; start the new month right; enroll at 1 once. Main 18TR. National Radio Institute. 1347 Pennsylvania ave. CIVIL SERVICE examination for editorial clerk, salary $1,200 to $1,800: special Instruc tion begins today. The Civil Service Prepara tory School, a.e. cor. 12th and E ata. n.w. Phone Franklin 2080. HOTELS NEED AMBITIOUS men aid women; nation-wlcie demand In all depart ments, hotels, tea rooms, cafeterias, cliibe, apartment houses; uncrowdcil field; fine living, quick advancement: our methods indorsed — our students employed by lending hotels every where. Open evenings. Call for particulars. Lewi* Hotel Training School. 1340 New York J are. n.w. LEARN BARRERING: big paying trade, j quickly learned: big demand. Write Tri-City | Barber School. 817 E. Baltimore st.. Haiti- j more. Md. ___ I MEN—Amoitioua, become a Columbia trained diaftsmnu and assure yourself of perraan-nt. I well paid employment. We train yon during I your spare time, day or night. In S to 9 months, dll write or phone so.- particulars. Columbia School of Draftiag 34tk end T sta. n.w. North 273. j MEN AND WOMEN quickly learn real estate huslners: receive pay while learning; need not Interfere with present employment; some mak ing SIOO a week. Free class lecture# every ! Thursday, 5 p.m. William F. Uatteaon. 810- j fill Pend bldg. ___ j STENOGRAPHERS desiring to become news- | paper, conference, court reporters will report ! a! Harper’s Stenographic School. 1727 K. Gregg j shorthand taught in two months: new method, j TEACHER—CoIIege graduate, private tutor I ing; especially successful with lock ward pu pils and teaching foreigners English. Address Box 54-V. Star office. AGENCIES CHAMBERMAID. waitresses (three I. pari time: cooks, couple: best ref.; kitchen help. X. 9011. COMPETENT HELP for your consideration. North 6009. Super Service Bureau. COOK chambermaid, waitress, woman for light work: French or English clianilicrmaid for club, nurse; ajl while. 1701 lllli st. COOKS wanted: also six chamliorniaids. two waitresses. Fuller’s Exchange. 1221 25th st. I H?*.... i COOKS, maids, dayworkers. etc. 2001 9th st. ; n.w.. room 4. OFFICE POSITIONS—Free registration. VVasn- i Ingtou Employment Exchange, ouera'ed for the . public by Washington School for Secretaries , and Nat. School of Commerce. 1419 F at. n.w. 1 HELP—FEMALE. S COUNTER GIRL, experienced, for cafeteria. ! Apply after 2:30 p.m. 1030 Pa. ave. n.w., apt. 2. DRESSMAKER—FIrst-rlass only need apply. ' Good pay to right party. 926 17th at. n.w. GIRL to attend office; preferably living in northeast or sontheasf. Apply 12. Bth st. n.e. GIRLS to work on an electric power sewing : machine; steady work. 408 Ist st. s.e. HOMEKEEPeR, with experience and good reference. Apply Sibley Hospital. i LADIES to cut and sew slip covers: all or part time; must absolutely be experienced; piease i state time you can give to cutting and sewing. Address Box 17S-X. Star office. LADY of Independent means to represent na tionwide corporation in Hie west and south; traveling expenses paid: residence in private home assured: must tie intellectual, refined and ambitious: Interviewing teachers, niiti's ters and select people: $1,500 first year. Ad dress Bov 69-H. Star office. PRESSERS. experienced finishers on fancy gowns. The Woodruff Dry Cleaning aud Dyeing Co.. 4fto 18tli st. u.w. SALESLADY, experienced in blouse and dress dept. Apply Manager. Leverton’s, 1106 G st. j n.w. STENOCiRAPHER, experienced: state full particulars and phone number in reply. AU- \ dress Box 186-X. Star office. . .27* ■ STENOGRAPHER and typist. In patent allor- I ney’s office: small office: state age. reference | and experience: salary, start at SBS per month, j Address Box 10-V, Star office, and give phone | number. 27* ■ OPERATORS on power ma chines, experienced, to make awnings. Capital Awning Co., 1503 N. Capitol st. ♦ DOMESTIC— WHITE, COOK—Settled white woman; family of two; SSO; no laundry; references. Address Box 105-V. Star office. 1* COOK —Family of 5; no laundry; references. 3731 Jocelyn st. Cleveland 456. COOK AND HOUSEWORK—CapabIe and ex perienced young white woman; no laundry: aray nights; ssu per month; references requlr ed. Address Box 279-Y. Star office. 27** COOKING and laundry work in small family, white woman. 2815 38th at. n.w. Phone Cleve. 996-J. 27* NURSE, young, (or child two and a half years; must be willing to stay nighta and furnish references. 1060 Biltmore st. Columbia 107. DOMESTIC—WHITE OR COLORED. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, woman. 1017 Bllt more at. n.w. * HOUSE CLEANING; twice weekly or every morning. 1324 Maaa. ave. n.w. 28* • liAUNDßßSS—Experienced; at once. 133 12th st. a.e. • NURSE for baby m afternoon: references: ex perienced. Mrs. Belt. Cleveland 2310. NURSE, experienced, stay nighta; reference. 1223 Kennedy n.w. Adams 781. DOMESTIC—CO LOWED. COOK at once. 1858 Park road n.w. Phone Col. 8220. 27* COOK and general housework; no washing; stay nights. 3601 Macomb st. COOK and general housework for two: stsy at night; references required. Apply between 7 and 10 p.m. 2000 R st, n.w. COOK and general houseworker, 4 in family, 2 children; no waahing; good wages. 1412 Eye st. n.w.,. between 8 and 8:30 a.m. See Mr. Benton. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER—3 adults; stay nighta. 3749 McKinley at. Cleve. 887. GENERAL HOUSEWORK in bachelor, busi ness office and living room; neat woman, able to write and telephone; $35. 412 E. Cap, at. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER, stay nights; ■mall family. 3705 Huntington st. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, reliable colored woman; in small family: good pay. Mrs. E. P. Warfield, 1218 Hamilton st. n.w. Phone Adams 2164. 28* HOUSEWORK, woman, reliable, strong. 935 New York ave. n.w. • HOUBEWOHK—GirI, one who can stay nights; immanent position: good salary; reference. Apply at once. 1825 Irvlqg et. n.w. MAID, experienced; laundress and housework er; ho cooking; stay nights; room with prl vete bath. Cleve. 1271. 2927 Tilden st. NURSE or help with housework; by neat col ored girl; references. Tele. Franklin 2849. » WOMAN—General housework; references re 'pnired. 1388 Quincy st. n.w. • SITUATIONS—MALE. ADDRESS ENVELOPES or copy manuscripts; high school boy with new Remington type wrlter. Phone West 683. * BATTERY MAN —12 years’ manufacturing ex perience, wishes position with large service station or factory; bare formulas. Address Box 104-v, Star office. 28* BOOKKEEPER, accountant, banking, «eal estate, general financing, yonng man. 80. U **l2" THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1923. SITUATIONS—MALE. ContlnaeS. BOY. Tech High School, wants employment after ..*)■ Phone North 6885. 28* BUTLER— Good city references; neat appear ance. Address Box 314-Y. Star office. 27* CARPENTER—Jobbing work promptly attend ed to; garagsn a specialty. Columbia 8244. 27* CHAUFFEUR, colored, experienced, with ref erences, wants work; will take garage. Ad dress 909 li st. n.w. • CHAUFFEUR, colored. 10 yrs. exp.; best of ref. Call Col. 512. Leave orders fur Fred. 2* CHAUFFEUR (white), 15 year*' experience on all makes of cars; can make repairs; best references. W. 8., 1253 Morse n.e. 28* COOK—Neat colored man, first-class; good worker: refs. 2300 17th slf n.w. COOK for cafeteria, colored man, good; best reference. 2306 17th st. n.w. ELECTRICIAN, first-class, maintenance and Const ruction. Mchuman. Franklin 451. 28* fcMI'LOVMENT. any kind, mornings, clerical, bookkeeping, typing; experience; referencea; minim, .lll salary or meala; age 20. Address Box iOl-V. Star office. » ENGlNEEß—Experienced repairman; first class license. Address Engineer, Buffalo Cigar Store, (got Pa. avc. a.e. FAMILY LAUNDRY, reasonable charge; well cared for; rough dried or Ironed; called for and delivered. 1818 nth st. n.w. Call North 1609. 8. W. Johnson, colored. 5* FINISHER. amateur. experienced, desires position. Phone Col. 3136. ssk for Paul. 29* FIREMAN, formerly in the U. rt. N.. wishes position attending fire in hotel, factory or prl ! rate house: willing to do some other work; last references. Address Box 62-V, Star of fice. 28* JAP COOK, thoroughly experienced. Address Box 812-V. Star odlce. 28* MAN, 24, wijh weak eyesight, must have work; anything honest, not paying eominis .sions, considered. Address Box 52-W, Star odlce. * MAX, colored, wants porter or waiter's or pantry JOII. Phone IVilumhla OtHOy MECHANIC, exjierienced. wants work in ga rage. 2112 U>th st. n.w. MECHANIC, all-round, capable of making any kind of building repairs, such as tinning, painting, carpentering, cement work, etc. Address Wm. S-.-lby, 3121 G st. s.e. * PAINTER, middle-aged, wants work as handy n.an. etc.; moderate wages. Addiesa Box 80- IV. Star office. • PAINTING or repairing work; man would like steady position. Col. 1734-J. • PAPKRHANGING. by day, piece. Job. 1115 V st, n.w. 3* PATENT DRAFTSMAN, experienced; young man. Address Box 87-V. Star office. 28* PHARMACIST, registered, wants relief work evening’s: references. Address Box 81 V, Star office, • POSITION in office, by young man, high school graduate, with knowledge of bookkeep ing, stenography and typewriting. Address Box 64-V, Star office. 28* STENOGRAPHER and Dictaphone o|(crutor. young man. desires work In the evening; rapid nnd accurate. Address Box 260 Y. Star of fice; 27* WORK, full or spare time; in private place. Accornera. 1736 G st. n.w. 4* SITUATIONS—FEMALE. ACCOUNTANT and executive, competent, em ployed. desires position with opportunity for advancement: reliable, reference and bond. Address Box 90-V. Star office. • DRESSMAKER, MISS BERT—Street, afternoon evening gowns a specialty; also remodeling. Phone Col. 6227. 1703 Irving n.w. mh3* j EMBROIDERING all kinds children's clothes a specialty; crocheting. Woodaide 9S-J, • EXECUTIVE SECRETARY and office man ager, expert stenographer and typist: good systematixer of office routine; college gradual"; position desired after March 4 Address Box 70-V. Star office. -28* MANAGEMENT of first-class apartment house, woman, thirty-five years of age of first-class business ability and experience, in position to bring new business and following of desir able tenants: answer will be treated with confidence. Address Box 5.31-Y, Star office. POSITION in office, young lady; knowledge of typing ami stenography; salary to start. sls p-r. 3012 Park place n.w. • POSITION in office, young girl, ambitious and willing: moderate salary. Address Box 72-V, S*nr olllre. 28* SEWING, plain, darning and mending wanted, at home or our; by the day. 1002 Rhode Island ave. n.w. • SEWING, day or week; reasonable; best ref erence. Address Box 67-V. Star office. 28* STENOGRAPHER, clerk, correspondent, tex pcriettcedl. desires change of position; first class references. Address Rot 311-Y. Star | BTENOGRAPHEK-TYpIST7 'experienced, not an expert, desires employment. Phone Main 1 2876. 27* ‘ STENOGRAPHER—Nine years’ experience; ; also larokkeeplng and statistical work; rr-f- I erenees. Phone West 2332-W. 1* I STENOGRAPHER—Four years’ experience I Phone West 2<i96-W. 27* TELEPHONE OPERATOR or light office wmriT. lady. 25, desires position; references. Tele phune West 1881) yy TELEPHONE OPERATOR or general office I work by young lady. Address Box 27-V, Star I office. 28* IIUWEBTIC WHITE. I HOUSEKEEPER for widower or bachelor hr I unencumbered widow; will gentleman who had | daughter 6 years old call again. 897 Mt Ver- I non place, suite 2. 28* ; ASSIST in housework or nursing, by Virginia half-grown colored girl. 1937 12th st. n.w. ( HA.MBERMAID or plain cook; colored girl -1412 1011) st. n.w. . CHAMBERMAID or dishwasher; bv neat cob nred girl. Address 72i 71sl gt. n.e. 28* ! CLEANING or day's work: reliable woman, j 1919 9fli st. n.w*. oge I COOK or general work wanted by experienced 1 colored woman; answer by letter only. 1417 i Corcoran st. n.w. I < 00 K for pastry or get dinners' Phone West 2872 after 4. • j COOK in small family by reliable colored 1 girl. 427 Washington at. n.w. • | COOK, experienced, 1717 Seaton st. n.w.; good wages. * COOK or washing at home; colored woman 1 wanta place; references. 1670 Euclid st. n.w. 1 COOK in evenings or clean office; woman. 8 j Kellvlew eourt n.w. 1 COOK In small boarding house or general housework, colored woman wants place. 1520 L at. n.w. : good referencea. COOK or general housework. 2218 9tb *t. n.w. good city references. COOK in boarding bouse by settled colored woman; first-class. Call at 1708 >4 Ibth et. n.w. at onee please. • DAY’S WORK wanted; reliable colored woman. 2207 Bth gt. n.w. DAY’S or half day’s work, by colored woman. 219 3rd st. n.e. DAY’S WORK, laundry preferred. Call North 367. DAY'S WORK of any kind by girl. 1516 Marion st. n.w. DAY’S WORK or small washing by a reliable woman. 3019 Sherman are, n.w. DAY'S WORK cleaning or laundry work. Marv Day. 2627‘a Va. ave. n.w. 27* EVENING WORK or morning work, or any ] kind, by colored woman. 38 Fenton at. u.e, j GENERAL HOUSEWORK, reliable girl; ref j erenees. 1610 17th st. n.w. ■ "8* I GENERAL HOUSEWORK; days or psrt time. N. 1977. . 27* [GENERAL UOUSEW’ORK by scat colored girl, I experienced: stay nights. North 6317. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, plain cooking, by colored girl; don't call, write; references. 11017 Kenyon st. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK by neat girl. tiaU or write 1419 Corcoran at. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, stay nights, col ored girl; also woman as cook. 1421 11th at. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER, small family; colored woman wants situation. 918 2nd s.e. HOUSEWORK, by neat colored girl from country: hest reference: Apply 200 G gt. n.w. LAUNDRY to take home, by reliable colored woman, 2205 Q st. LAUNDRY’, out days or house cleaning; no objection to Chevy Chase. 38 H st. n.e. LIGHT HOUSE or office work by neat colored girl. Call Adams 2128. MAID or nurse: coiored girl desires place See Janitor. 1364 Girard st. n.w. MORNING WORK, cook; stay nighta. 1005 15th at. n.w. MORNING WORK, by neat colored woman; good references. Col. 8253. NURSE’S place wanted by reliable colored girl. Call 1105 3rd et. e.w. PLACES In doctor's or dentist’s office, ladies' maid or waitress; by 2 colored girls. 003 V at. n.w. WASH DISHES after school; girl wants place. 8 Bellvlew conrt n.w. WASHES to do at home. 1715 Kaloram# id. WASHING to take home or out. 1600 4th st. n.w. * WORK all day or part time by colored girl; good references. 1545 T et. n.w. WORK by the day. 2137 fith at. n.w. WORK by day or, part time; 2 reAned women; references. 42 Eye at. n.e. • WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. AIR COMPRESSOR with i.c. elec, motor on wheels. HOP 3rd st. n.e. Line. 4580-J. ANTIQUES, all Kinds; oeet prices paid. r. Arnold. 1328 >4 nt. Male sl7s. CLOTHES—WiII pay mgnest prices for Udto? and men's worn clothes. Write or phono D. gtein. 1808 7th et. n.w.; phnne Nortli 499. CLOTHING —Army and Navy clothing and hoots; highest prices paid. Call Franklin U9O. m « hi baa‘a and boys’ worn elething and sheas. O. Lteht men. N. ss». 17*4 Tth at. n.w. DIAMONDS, old gold', silver, nought for earn. JJaois Ahnhima. Mi dtdfeMh WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. Continued. CLOTHING—WiII call In mr* unlettered aute mobile, city or suburbs. ana pay you highest prices for ladies’, gentlemen's, children’s dis carded clothing of all descriptions. Address postal or phone. I will call. W. Bice, U 33 7th st. n.w. North 1788. HAT HER BEDS and furniture. Best prices paid. Houare Deal furniture Co., SOI Eye n.w. Phone Main 8686. i ___ FURNITURE—W. Klrstem. 320 Bth at. n.w.; all kinds of furniture wanted. Phone Franklin <OBO. FURNITURE and rugs, immediately] for 8- room house: whole or odd pieces. Please call Franklin 1539-J. 4* FURNITURE. pianos, carpets, etc. Phone If. 1282 for wagon or hare me call. “Wcsehlcr,” »gO Pa. are, n.w. FURNITURE —Want some used to outfit apt.; also player-piano. Phone Franklin 6144. 27* FURNITURE —ts you here any furniture of ether goods to sell, and you want to obtain best results send for Ix) ills Notes, 814 E St. n.w. Phone Franklin 8015. FURNITURE—In immediate need of furniture for an 8 room house: will buy as a whole or odd pieces. Call Franklin 3785. FURNITURE enough for a 9-roora house wanb ert immediately; will buy as a whole or.odd pieces. Kindly call Franklin 8488. FURNITURE of ell kinds for a six-room honse wanted Immediately, as a whole or odd pieces. Kindly call Adaltis 800. FURNITURE—If you want to obtain best re sults for ycur furniture and other mlscel laneoue. call M. Shapiro. 600 Louisiana aya. n.w. Franklin 3785. FURNITURE—We tiny household furniture and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D sts. n.w. Main 6800. ))01,n. silver, watches, diamonds and old Jewelry needed In our mfg. dept. Full cash valuo paid. Sellnger's, 820 F et. JEWELRY, diamonds, gold, stiver, platinum and artificial teeth. I). Alpl.er. 907 O st. n.w. Main *-*875. PIANOS ami vlctrolns, o*d gold, sliver, dia monds and Jewelry. A F. Arnold. 1323 G st. n.w. Main 8173, ■ \VUIB j — WATCH", diamond and platinum; sec ond-hand: must he reasonable. Address Rox K6-V. Star office. 29* PERSONAL. CLOTHES WANTED—GET THE FULL CASH value for men’s worn clothing, slioes, etc. Auto calls. Try JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 019 D. Mu In 4145. ELECTRIC RATH MASSAGE FOR KXCES sive fat, nerve trouble. lumbago. rheumatism. etc. Graduate nurse icoloreill. X. 6935-J. 3* PIANO TUNING. 82: ALL MAKES PHONO graphs repaired. FRANK A. SHITE. 802 F «t. n.w.. Room 38. Phone Main 7475. 26* RATS. BEDBUGS. ROACHES. FLEAS: IN stant results. GEORGE F SAPP. 227 Mary land building. Franklin 2991 mh3l« ELECTROTHERAPEUTICS AND PHYSI cat culture given men. women and children by Ur. Carolyn Austin. Office hours. 9 a.m.,8 p.m. For appointment, phone North 647. WE ARE NOW PAYINO J 2 TO 810 FOB men's and ladies’ used suits. Our prices for old clothing are the biggest. Wash Clothing Exchange, 833 D st. n.w Phone Main 33*78 HOME - FOR"AGED. 7 Invalids and rest cure: apecial diet: night and day nurse. North 79*13. 1724 20th.st. n.w RECOMMENDED SERVICE The follmeintj huelnea* concern* hnvo heen rream mended to The Btor and ouaran* fee nolle fact lon to Btar readers. Any plaint fon*d neceneory to he fnnde to The F* r xrtll receive prompt attention . For odmleairm to Rrrnmmmd'd l•/*»*», coh I fain soon Branch 115. ATUIRTsSINg, inii illgrtp! iin e] mOn'ogrsnh- Intr. typewriting, notary. Let-O-Klter. 71. II th **•_ Phnne M. 81*0. _™ r 3 ADJUSTMENTS and collections: all claims given i>er«nnsl and prompt attention. Sl_or ney's Collection Co.. 1844 G »t. Main ..*>s7. AUTO KXIMATOft - AND r.smns. tanka low prices. TUCKER • 308 John Marshall pi., so. court house, r - CAKRON BURNING] 4Uc — cyllndeV. owner to -emoro plugs sod wir»*: fresco cylinders. c»st 'rr». steel nnd aiunlnum welded P ro P?T'7‘,,?” work guaranteed. M 51. Coleman, 20. • a at. n.w. Phone M. 4598. I CARPET CLEANING If you wart lie best at moat reasonable pr'eea. Phone XV. 10... American nod Persian Rue Co.. 23*Vt Pa. are. CARPENTER ANDBUILDER For e.-onemv in remmlellnp consult E. C. BROXVER. 4831 Belt rd, n.w. Estimates Clcve ; 2524 carpenter and - RriLbr.n. remodeling and Johbinc: store, office and show window fvlnres. "Garaces of-quality." Estimates. T. B. RAH.BY, 1530 You st. s.e.. Anarostla. C tnrET CLEANING AND WASHING. •Have Albert Kahlert A Co. clean your carpets and rng*. Improved steam carpel cleaners. 352 Md. sve, s.w. Phone M. 2038. Estimates eheerfnllv given CHAIRS CANED, upholstering, porch rockers splinted, c A. Armstrong. 1233 10th at. n.w. Fra nil In 7483 FLOOR REFT NISH ING] - P A1 NT! NG] done” by expert mechanic st reduced prices tills month. Paul Serene. 1232 10th n.w. Tel. E. 8421 .7. mhlfw FORD REPAIRING. RADIATOR REPAIRING. PtenarUs Garage. ’’Authorired Ford Dealer.” ! 141 12th st n.e. Phone T-lneoln 8200. 1 KEYS. DUPLICATE KEYS. ?5 CENTS Made I white ven wait. Turner A- Clark. 1233 New I York are. „w. Rssement. E. 3008. I MATTRESS MAKING AND RENOVATING I Special for fal! cleaning—Mattresses, bog springs. Iron frame springs, cushions and pil lows renoya’ed at special prices, Spe-lal this we»W—Mattresses renovated, *2.50. Columbia Redding Co,. 818 E st. n.w Phone Main 5528. - AND'IRffTOWIT mo«t p*»*«on*hl* prlrAc Lot n« mil, rfm oitl mnte. Promnt dojfrorlc* and «ali«faction r*« •nr<»d. Fhr!(» Bidding Co., 1123 7th «t. n.w Mnfn I SHRRORS RESILVERED’: GUARANTEED I lastingly bright: w’nd shields and class of all kinds. H. M. SAGER 40 Ts «t. n.w. M 595* PAINTER' AND PAPERHAVGER. .». E. IYotT SOV. Rest work, lowest prices*, promnt serv lee. 419 G st. n.w. Phone Main 8708. PAP F TITIAN GIN < : -Rooms papered, 87 and up A. T. George. 220 12lh st. s.w. Telephone Franklin 825. PAPKRHANGINO, *3 50 UP. IVCLTTDINO paper and eut-out border. WALTER CHAD WTCK. 1018 Donglaa ne. North 7280 W. _mr7* PAPERHANGING. Itich-elass work Prompt service Rose Dc.-oretirg Shop. 100 H st. n.w. Phone Main 8829 2* PAPERHANGTXG ROOMS PAPEnEDr 88 and up. including cut-out bordera: flrst-elass work. JOE EGDAL, 33 Fla. are. n.w. N. 1551. 29* _ PAPBRHANOINO AND PAINTING—H. E. Phillips, 227 2nd a.e. L. 3388. Quick, efficient service, guar, work; ressonable prices. mhs* PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING, rooms pa pered. 88 up. Interior and exterior patntlnt at lowest nrlees; all work guaranteed. Met ropolltan Dee. Co.. 618 B at. n.w. Frank. 800. PH6N*OGRAPHX'hEPAIRED“BtnEXPERT3. Reasonable price*. Phonograph Hospital, 231 H st. n.e. Line. 7511. PHONOGRAPH P.EPAIRING Phonographs repaired by expert: narts for all makes ma chines Franklin 5975. SOB 9th st. n.w. PIANO TUNING. Pianos and players re paired. reflnlshed and rebuilt hy skilled work men. Plano Tuning—s2.oo. Scltaefer. S*nder son Plano Co.. 844 H st. n.e. Lincoln 1057. PLTTMBTNG] TINNING. JOBBING IS OUR specialty. Quirk service In emergency eases. When vou think of plumbing, think of CAROW ft FRY. 1011 H at. n.w. Main 1281. PLUMBING AND HEATING. John R.‘ Guerin? 412 E. Cap. at.—Line. 3417—Steam and hot water heating, plumbing, boiler and power plants. Found reliable for 05 year*. All •Ires of the famous Ideal Arno Boilers la •toek. Can place a boiler in your premises some day PT.UMBING. HEATING AND TINNING. “Hare It Done Right—Get Casey.” 3207 14th n.w. Columbia 155-1331. PRINTING. Complete printing serrlee, wrlt- Ing. illustrating, composition and presswork; high-grade commercial work. Columbia Print fag Co.. Inc.. 815 14th at. n.w. M. 4280. RUG WEAVING RUGS REWOVEN FROM worn carpets, durable and cheap. OLD LAU REL ECLIPSE, 309 10th at. s.w. Frank 3977. rnhgl* SEWING MACHINES CLEANED. REPAIRED and adjusted; all mokes: parts for all makes: work guaranteed In writing for on# year. Oppen helmer’s Shop Unique, Washington’s oldest sewing msehlne dealers. Bth and II sts. n.w. TRUNK REPAIRING. Mints repairs trunks, leather bags, ladles' handbags, etc. Ctll or phone Mintx. OSS F at. Main 3889. CPHoTSTERING, FURNITURE REPAIRING; •careful attention; furniture sent for and re turned free. TU tensor. 1424 Bth n.w. N. 7702. WATCH, CLOCK fz JEWELRY REPAIRING, 8 F. Cooper. SOSH 11th a.w. Phone Frank- Un 3008. ity opaque shades fitted to your windows, BSc; the best quality of opaqne shades, 81-15; brag free. Wo call with sample*. Kleeblatt. lit* find B ata. n.a. Lincoln 879. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. The Star requires from advertisers in this column references and a detailed statement of their proposition. ROOMING HOUSE wanted at once; 10 to 20 rooms. Address Box 99-V ■ Star office. FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE, 921 New York are. n.w.—House to bo remodeled; party leasing city; 15 room*; furniture for sale at a sacrifice; equipped for l.h.k. apartments; uniat be sold this week. 27* FOR SALE, shoe repair ahop on 14th st., near Arcade market: established five years. Albert B. Ca-lder, Woodward bldg. Main 71973. FOB SALE AT SACRIFICE—One well equip ped bakery doing excellent business, 4 living rooms and bath. 417 7th it. s.w. 27* BOOMING HOUSE, in good location, from 10 to 20 rooms, furnished; no brokers. Ad dreaa Bex 291-Y. Star office. 27* A SMALL OBOCBBT STORE -for sale; rea aoaable. 2712 P at. n.w. 27* TAILORING, cleaning, prawing establishment with living quarters, n.w.; will sell reason alga, quick sale. Address Box 28-V, 18-ROOM HOUSE,’ new furniture, remodeled throughout; small cash payment, and reason dUa leuas. Adrireas Box 20-V, Slav office, 38* BUSINESS OPPOETUNTHES. Continued. FOR BENT—Store and 7 rooms, 1233 7tb at. n. Apply Fred U. Heble, 1131 7th st. n w. 28* EXPERIENCED active partner, for private detective agency, with capital; wonderful proposition. Addreas Box 24-V, Star office. PENNY-IN THE-BLOT weighing scale route,. SIOO cash, balance on easy terms. E. O. L’keps. 1344 O st. n.w. Main 6067. FOR HALE—Grocery store with meat counter; well stocked and doing fine bualness. Apply Olfl F it. n.e. * 27* HAVE several 2nd trusts, 1%, well secured. Indorsed and payment guaranteed. 20 to 80% dlaeoupt. Joe <1 Brown. 910 N. Y. ave. 3*_ GARAGES, repairing and building of all kinds; estimates and plans free. Phone F. 7473-W. - 88* WOULD LIKE TO MEET party having finances for commercial businesa; references exchanged. Address Box 164-Y, Star office. . 1* KHt HALE—IO shares preferred )ind 2 shares eommon at SIOO a share, Crandall Metropoli lan I heater stork, drawing 7% interest. Write o. M. J.. 124 ft at. U.e. 1* *'AN OFFER good proposition to party with capital: desire to manufacture and market automobile accessory; shop and machinery available. For interview address Box 74-V, Star-office. • PHDTOtiItAPH STUDIO, all equipped, for rent cheap; good location. Noyes, 805 91li st. n.w.* MARKET STAND for sale; good location; price cheap, tall Main 3418. • OFFICE, fully equipped, in modern office building, for sale. Will sell cheap to elooe an estate. Call Jos. A. Burkart, ally.. ( olorado building. • ROOMING HOUSE wanted, in good location, from It) to 20 rooms, furnished; no brokers. AfWress Box 291 -V. Star office. 1 • FOR BALE—SIO,9OO cash buys outright. 70% interest of established operating corporation; clear, very popular line: on a business basis; large profits, honorable business, efficient, up rtf-jit management under your direct control. Inis sum to be used entirely for the benefit of Hie firm. Lady or gentleman desirable. Your half interest will he worth at least 25% ni .°, r c by Aug. 1. For appointment, address Box 2.-2-T. Star office. FOR HALE—SI,4OO cash buya clear second hand business, store ail stocked; large hase meut and yard; 14 rooms, 3 toilets and hath, all furnished. Centrally located downtown. For a good income at low cost investigate this Address Pox 304-U. Star office. loan yon small hums from $B« TO S3OO, SECURED AGAINST FIRST, 'SE, C< !, Nl> OR THIRD MORTGAGES OR TAKE CHATTEL SECURITY; D. C. ONLY: NO BROKERAGE; 7 PER CENT INTEREST; Snr.'K, BERVICE ’ COMMERCIAL LOAN AND FINANCE CORPORATION. 921 15th BT. N.W. Restaurant. One of the largest and best equipped in the good location, cheap rent and long lease. I»oing good business. Terms ran be arranged. Address Jinx ?»r» V. Star office. I’ool Room. Bowling Alleys and Cigar Stand doing good business; owner compelled to go «est. will sacrifice; long lease; cheap rent. Address Box 13.VV. Star office. : Confectionery and Delicatessen One of the bent <*orn«r location!.in rMj, do ing excellent b:isine*s; owner retiring:' long lease: cheap rent, or property can be bought I Address Box 224-V. Star oftit-c. Marshall Business Brokers. Auto repairs and storage; one of .lie best ' equipped shops in city; electric driven ma chinery and elevator; storage and office on first floor: also gas, oils and accessories: rent, SIOO; lease; price. $3,000. Near-beer and lunch; 12 rooms, well fur nished: restaurant aud bar on first floor: rent .2181: 4-year lease; full particulars at this vtnee. Ibdicatesscn and grocery; good fixtures; rent. £*•»; «pb*ndid proposition for shoo. «»ro*-cry ami moats, con foot ionery; well tr tabhand corner n.w.: 4 living room*; rent, d year lease; receipt * now S3OO per week priee. $2,000. 1 learoom, close so large apartment bouses nnd first class hotels: the refinement anil *ur pHoe ,, jL r » K Oili> f !,,i * p,ace win •Pl*‘al to you; Lnnchroorn. near government dept#.; rent. s.*o; several living rooms; price. Fool room, soft drinks and lunch; rent. -year lease; 4 (aides and other g«M..j riiiiip s3*ooo b,, * all mint for ri K ht party; price. Cleaning and dyeing; ideal location: Hoff man machine ami other good equipment’ reui s*d». price. $2,200. Rooming house, u room*; near Oth and H sin : large garage in rear; price. $1,200. f*our«lii!g and rooming house. 40 rooms, sev eral faiths; steam heat: transient location; "lie or the U’hl proposit ons we ever listed price. $4.0(10. S Motion picture theater (colored!; about 330 j seats; tine location; rent, $100; lease price right. Marshall Business Brokers. 929 X. V. Ave. Main 8667. SOOO--Rooming house. 12 rooms; cheap rentT •Jir ,I J ocal * wi: all roon,s !»**** and clean. JffW—Hoommg house, lo room*; rent. sdO. • 1 Homing house. 12 rooms; rent. sr*o. fl’SSr r owmln * I, " usr » rooms; rent cheap. * Rooming house, 24 rooms; rent. $l5O. - Rooming house, 12 rooms: rent. $4.5. $! HO(K_ | burning house. 15 rooms; rent. $l2O. 545(4-*-Grocery and C rooms: rent. S3O; good corner; 4 years* lease; will sacrifh c. s«<!0 —Grocery and O rooms; rent. $3."». j s>oo— i* ro**ery nnd confect.; rent, sl2 I sl.ooo—(grocery and -1 ro:»rns; rent, S3O. s2.ooo—lirocery Mn ,| 4 ro onis; rent. $«o. s3..dun -(inn-cry nnd II rooms; rent, 5150. i $1.200--Confect, and 3 rooms; rent. $35. ] $2,000 —Confect, and 4 rooms; rent. $55. j SSOO Launch, g«*»d bus.; rent. $22; lug bar i gain; in®|>ecl at oner; a sacrifice, j $2.060 Lunch; good business; *I.OOO cash, j shoO- rignr and news bus.; rent. $25. $2,750- Fool and near !»ccr bus.: H rooms. j R. M. CURTIS. MAIX 8043. j 216 Machinists’ bldg., 9th and Mass. sve. n.w. j FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS^ I BABY’ CARRIAGE, ivory, and crib in good ] rendition: reasonably. 617 V. M S ( n n t , j BABY CARRIAGE, very good ronditToiT; r»* j varslbl?. *lO. Mrs. Hvhwartz. 100,’t K n.w. 28* 1 BOTTLES—H-oz. round brown hoTties' irijwn ■ cap nooks. $1.25 u gross. Clins. J. Haibtv* | rear 220 C n.w., 0 so 6 p.m. DIAMOND RING, lady's, must bo sreu to Ire nppreclatod; size 80-100 ut.. psrfocf; prlre $l4O. 2572 University pi. n.w. j7* ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER; Premier 7 with attachments, S2O. 1221 E st. s.e. • ’ TIRELESS COOKER, 2 compartments, ail roni. piete; used once; also wardrobe steamer trunk: excellent condition. Col. 6932, after FIREPROOF SAFES—Two: excellent condi tion; medium size; attractive price. 506 10th st. n.w. FURNACE, boiler and radiators; large- rea sonable. 609 H st. n.e. 'o7s FURNITURE and miscellaneous articles bought and sols). Best prices paid. Prompt attention. The Amcr. Household Co.. 713 F'th st. n.w. Franklin 3403. 27* GAS RANGES, good as new. ail styles; Janteed; less than half price; whv 'pay more’ New langes, reduced prices. J. W. Williams' ] 6Q9 6tii n.w. Main 2986. mar23* ’ j GAS STOVE, Detroit Jewel, and hot-water [healer. 4311 4th n.w. j GENUINE HUMAN HAIRS WITCHES, REG j ular sl2 value, $6. Phone Col. 5803. HARNESS. (T. g. Army, for two horses, $25- cavalry saddle. $6.50; leather collars, $2- French and English saddles and bridles' cart and single wagon harness: parts of ail'kind largest assortment, new and used. Cogswell’s 220 11th st. n.w. Phone Frank. 7268. 11. DAVIDSON side car. electrically equipped spotlight, ammeter, back rest, rear scat, fine leather: quick sale, SIOO. 606 Park road. MAGNAVOX, $47 brand new: $37. H7'g A? derson. 1208-10 You gt. MIMEOGRAPH, hand, Edison disc rotary. No 76; practically new. Call Main 4159. 28* MIRRORS—Get my prices on reallvering old mirrors; we make mirrors to order; make now ones out of your old ones: lowest prices. JI M. Sager, 46 H st. n.w. Phono M. 0958. OFFICE FURNITURE AND INK—Save money, buy direct from factory. Agent. H. YV. Pitts, Room 201, 1311 G st. n.w. Main 8053. OFFICE PARTITION, nice railing; set of large plate glass, size 80x90 inches. Apply C. I>. Sager. 933 15th st. n.w. OIL CANS, 5 gal.. 15 cents, 2 for 25 cents; potato sacks, 5 cents. 6 for 25 cents; water buckets. 15 cents each. Broadway Dellcates sen. 714 K. PARADISE AIGRETTES, two sets, very band some; one black, one white; will sacrifice verv cheap. Apt. 202. 1305 10th st. n.w. 28* ' RADIO SET, army; complete except aerial, sls. 1917 N st. n.w. 28* RADIO, with loud speaker, for rent; fine con certs from New York. Chicago. P. O. Box MLLiL , RADIO SET cheap* Atwster-Kent regenerat ing detector’ and two stages of anuiliflcation, two six-volt storage batteries, four B batteries, two sets of head phone, two bamboo-loops an tennae. $47 magnarox, Westinghouse battery charger. J. Ryan, 41 Bates st. n.-w. HKYVLNG MACHINES —All makes, sold, rented, repaired; motors tor any make; hemstitching: gram ophones and repairs, all make*. Larkin, 313* Pa. ave. a.e. Line. 275. Open evening!. SEWING MACHINE, Singer dropbead; in per fect condition; no reasonable offer refused. W. U. Butler, 200 B st. n.w. v 28* HEWING MACH IN ES—Big reduction in avi used machines for 10 days only. 75 machines to select from. Singers for $8.53 while they last. Renting and repairing. Lapkin*. 2022 14th. CoK 1708. 1* HEYVING MACHINE—Singer, drophead; fine bargain. 2448 18th st. n.w.. Apt. 1. SEWING. MACHINE— Drophead, Singer, ball bearing. round bobbin; latest model; like new. RK4 Kenyon st. SlNGEß—Electric, .portable aewing machine; like new. 1219 Fairmont st. n.w. STROLLER, reed, Lloyd, good condition, $lO. 8044 M et. n.w. TYPEWRITERS, bnderwoodi rent, $8.60 per month; eele, $45. 1608 14th et. n.w. North vall PAPEk 1 ugaiik-Boom yw«; js; ns tines L 16c end 90s per plecsi Tarnished Hie. 35c a piece Mehoney’e Well Peper Berlin • House, 324 i’a. ava. a.a. FOB SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. Contlnned. WASHING MACHINE, electric, nearly new; guaranteed; exceptional bargain. 719 9tb at. W A TER HEATER, Ruud’s Instantaneous. No. 4; good as new: sacrifice S2O. Franklin 434, Suit*. 200. 708 ISth st. n.w. * WOOD—Pine or oak, sawed any length; sl4 a cord. Phono Col. 10067. WOOD, pine, well seasoned: eawed any lengtnr sl4 per cord, delivered. J. Frank Harris, West 1886. Soda Fountains and Equipments BURCH & KLEPS COMPANY. SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAM PLE FLOOR AND COUNTER OASES AT SPECIAL PRICES. “BUY AT THE FAC TORY.” RUSE * CO.. 808 LOW ST.. BAL TIMIIRE. MD. PLASTER BOARD 2c par foot. 828 Ist at. n.w. Line. 8338. 27* 935 F et. ARMY AND NAVY SURPLUS. U. 8. Army Harnaaa. V. §. Big Refrigerator*. V. 8. Laundry Machine*. Electric Motors, Generator*, me. Army Wagons. WASHINGTON SALVAGE 00., WOOD. sl2 A CORD. Hard wood, no elabe, any length; PJ I *]*- a cord, delivered. Call Clarendon 140-W--, ifter 0 p.m. only. M EXCEPTIONAL DIAMOND VALUES. 1 Beautiful Blue White Diamond weigh- In* 70-100 carat, or 5 points less than % carat ' • • - 1 Very Brilliant Blue White Dlamonrt. beautifully cut, weighing 1 and 20-100 <*arat, or 5 points less than I*4 carat.. #OIO 1 Wcasclton Diamond, a diamond of rarest brilliancy, weighing 1 and 5-100 carat, or five points more than one full carat., £>TB 1 Exceptionally Brilliant Diamond, beau tifully cut, weighing 1 and K 5-100 carat, or 15 points lens than two full carats.. 1 Beautiful Hall Chime Clock I >! ™ 1 Library Chime Clock' 1 Beautiful Solid IMatinuin Tup Rectangu lar Wrist Watch. Ret with genuine cut diamonds all around and fitted with high-grade 17-jewel adjusted move merit Very special at Thene values can be seen at A. KAHN Inc., DIAMOND BARGAINS. Opportunities to Own a Diamond at % Price. Gentleman’s solid platinum diamond watch, set with 75 very fine blue-white diamonds. 1 his watch is one of the latest styles and must be seen to appreciate tliis wonderful value. Must be sold at once $625 Gentleman’s diamond ring, a beautiful gem. diamond weighs 2 carats, less 4 points; set in the latest style gypsy mounting. Must he sold at once to raise cash—a big bargain $625 Gentleman’s blue-white dia mond-ring; diamond weighs 'y\ carats, less 7 points; set in the latest style green gold rfnount ing. Must be sold at once at a sacrifice for *sl6s Lady’s solid platinum harpin, set with 51 very fine large blue white diamonds; the mounting is the latest design. Must he j sold at once to raise cash. A I bargain for $460 i , r ‘ | Lady’s solid platinum dia | mond ring, a perfect gem; I weighs 2 carats, less 10 points; set in the latest style mounting surrounded by small diamonds. Must be sold at once $625 Lady’s Tiffany diamond en gagement ring, a beautiful gem. weighs 1 carat and 5-100; set in the latest style 18k white gold I mounting. Must be sold at once to raise cash sllO. A GUARANTEE WITH ALL OUR DIAMONDS. FISCHER’S. 018 F St. N.W. Ki ltl riBE AND KIHMSHI Nt,». RED. full size, srivinc ami mattress, with ! feather l>e<l. *l2. 33S 14th st. n.e. • i REDS, two hamlsome four-poster, with springs ; and mattresses for sale. "901 l«th »t. n.w.. ! RKDUOOM. living room furniture mewl l»ar j gain. Wednesday. 1722 17th n.w. • j CUES i' DIM WEHS. ram. gateleg. Ilbrary7 I hall ami dining tables; ehina eabineta. bonk- I ra.es, bedroom and dining room mite*, desks: 1 ail in anti'ine mahffgany, at sacrifice. A. F. 1 Arnold Auctioneer. 1323 G at. n.w. j Tuning room set. rocker. T2lr,~vith~ id. j n.w. Col. 3032. DINING ROOM SUITE of Flemish oak; nine | pieces: attractive; excellent condition. 1844 j I'olnnibia toad, apt. 1. Tel. Col. 182. 1* i DRESSER, rosewood. sls. Apt. 6, 3432 Con- I neetient ave. . » | GAS RANGE—3 large ovens, six plate burners, j Just the thing for lunchroom or large board • Ing house: cost S2O; big bargain; make offer. ( 1744 lainier pi. n.w. I FURNITURE—Cash, credit. Special discount for cash. Save money, buy at Bopwood’s, Btb and K sts. FURNITURE, dining and living room, sev j oral pieces; In good condition. 1347 Oak ; at. n.w. 27* j FURNITURE, living loom and dining room; also uprigi t piano; bargain for immediate sale. 1106 Col. rd. n.w.. Apt. 21. Call between 9 and 1 p.m. 27* HALL RACK, table, chairs nnd other pieces of furniture. 1731 Riggs place n.w. 2S* HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of every descrip tion. parlor pieces, rugs, piano, antique corner cupboard, oak nnd walnut bureaus, couches, beds, bedding, pictures, liooks. chinaware, beautiful mantel mirror, ball rack. 801 12th st. n.w. , 27* HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Including piano (Just like new). 623 M n.w.. Apt. 7. Call Franklin 8547. 27* IRON REDS, single, white, with springa. *2. $3: Englander couches. $9: handsome hall rack with French plate mirror; fine mandolin, sls. 1420 M n.w. « ORIENTAL RUGS, a lot of very fine: all in excellent condition; also disposing of my house hold effects, furniture, art objects, fine lamps snd other very useful and attractive things; leaving city and will sell very cheap; no dealers. Apply Apt. 202, 1305 10th st. n.w. SACRIFICING $2,500 worth of furniture for $1,150: solid mahogany. If desired, party may have apartment. I’hone North 9201. St. Mihlel. 16th and Riggs, Apt. 203. 27* SIDEBOARD, mahogany, walnut extension ta ble. almost new refrigerator. 2112 G st. n.w. West 2558-71*. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. BANJO, 5 strings; good condltßn. $lO. 16 3rd st. n.e. * FINE PRACTICE PIANO, $75: Weber, $125, Cblckerlng, $175; three bargains. A. F. Arnold. Auctioneer. 132$ G at. n.w. LIKE BRAND-NEW, player plfno, bench and rolls; a genuine bargain; $245. A. F. Arnold, Auctioneer. 1328 G at. n.w. PIANO, Estey mahogany upright, $195. 227 Pa. are, s.e. PIANO, Steinway, uprifht vertigrand model; very slightly used; unscarred mahogany finish; no dealer*. 1780 Columbia road n.w.. Apt. 202. Apply 5 to 6 o'clock evenings only. • __ PIANO (A. B. Chase), mahogany finish, $l5O. 644 H et. n.a. s PIANO, Pfeiffer upright, fins tone; splendid condition, very cleap. 801 12th st. n.w. 27* PLAYER-PIANO, Holmes & Son, mahogany, $363. 227 Pa. ave. a.e. UPRIGHT PIANO, good condition. SSO. 644 H st. n.e. UPRIGHT PIAN6. $22.50. 044 H at. n.e. UPRIGHT PIANO, mahogany; flna condition; very reasonable. 204 Pa. ave. a.e. 27* WILBUR, walnut upright, S2XS. 227 Pa. ave. a.e. $Rb VICTHOLA and record*, like new, $76; $l5O Vlctrola, S9O; Victor Tlctrolaa, sls, $25. $45. A. F. Arnold. Auctioneer. 1823 O at. n.w. REBUILT PIANOS and players at special pricea. Investigate these bargains before you bnv. Every instrument fully guaranteed; SSO and up. New pianos at factory prices. Schaeffer, Sanderson Piano Co., 644 H 8L N.E. Lincoln 1057. Open Evenings. .FOUR PIANO BARGAINS—Wing ft Cu,. SB6; Milton, like now, $215; Hainan grand. • lightly used, $825; Emerson upright, SBS. Grand and " v E»t. 1879. _ - _ *UO O n.M* MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. TYPEWRITERS ■ ALL MAKES aold and rented. Low prleaa. Buy on $5 monthly payment!. Bare money on PORTABLES. Washington Typewriting Ex change, Muttial Fire Insurance Building, 1301 H it. n.w. Franklin 1014. MarS* OLIVER, as good aa new; cheap. ioTTzib »t. n.w. 27* iriK REBUILT TYPEWRITER CO.. tell, rent and repair typewriter*. 717 13th .i w. Phone M. 11884. TYPEWRITER. Underwood, $45. BSO6 Kansas are, n.w. je TYPKWUITEKH, all maxes, repaired, over hauled, rebuilt, bought, sold and rented; no job too big. too difficult or two small; quick action; thorough, guaranteed, expert work: fair prices. The Typewriter Shop, Inc., Oil 11th »t. n.w. Franklin 6488, UNDERWOOD STANDARD, No, 6, practically new. Price. $55. 1348 Oak st. n.w. Phone 001. 1965. WE RENT AND BELL Underwood, Royal, Remington and L. O. Smith typewriter*; 600 sheets typewriter paper, 90c General Typewriter Company. SIS 14th *t. n.w. AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO.. ' 1411 East Capitol at., rent. sell, repair aad buy all makes. Stands free. Open evenings. Line. 8881. • NOISELESS The Modern Typewriter—Factory Rebuilt Ma chines at attractive price*. Rent latest models by week or month. "Write Without Noise.” SILENT EQUIPMENT INC., 730 15th st. n.w. Main 8379. WEARING APPAREL' WORKlNGMEN—Everything possible tits been done to get trade coming our way, and hold ing It. Low prices, that's the big nltraellon. Some buy slightly used suits for $5 up. Justh’s Old Stand, 619 D. FOB FARM AND GARDEN. PRIVET and other ornamental plants. Fair fax Farms Co., Inc., Fairfax, Va. Phone Fair fax 4-F-4. HEDGES FURNISHED AND PLANTED. Old hedges cut back; special soil: lawns put in flrst-ciass order. F. A. HERRELL, 237 10th st. s.e. Lincoln 6837-J. HOME GROUNDS —their planning and planting, by L. H. Bailey, a gr«at authority; free booklet to home owners Interested in landscape planting. Kook Creek Nursery, Rockville, Md. Growers o£ 350 varieties of evergreens, treea. ahrubs and plants. FREE GARDEN BOOK. Our J 923 catalogue containing everything necessary for the farm, garden and poultry yard la ready. Call or writ*. P. MANN A CO.. 207 7th at. n w. POULTRY, PETS & LIVE STOCK. PUPPIES, col I lea, fox terriers and other pup pi**a. FairohiltUa Pet Shop. 1215 9th at. n.w. CANARIES, guaranteed singers: also females for mating, $1.50 up; breeding cages, etc. Fairchild’s Pet Shop. 121.5 9th at. n.w. FOX TERRIER, wire haired, show prospect. 6 months old; male; pedigreed; SSO. 8. Deaio, Jr.. 4*30 Conduit road. • SINGLE HARNESS, S2O; furniture wagon. SSO. Rear 2019 I at. n.w. • HIRI> SEED, the better kind. At ATHEfT TON’S, 15e pound: five pounds, 70c*; ten pounds. $1.30. 388 Indiana are. * COWS for Kale; fresh with calves; three left. Phone jt X. 1082. • i N)LLiE PUP—Beautiful, male, 4 months old, for aale; S3O. 1420 35th at. n.w. Phone West 566-J. 27* HART CHICKS. Oregon strain white Leghorns, $lO hundrea; hatching eggs, $6 hundred. Phone Lincoln 5548-J. • PERSIAN KITTEN (white), female. 9 months; pedigreed; registered. 1313 North Carolina ave. n.e. Phone Lincoln 70. 27* WANTED—To give away a mother cat. $ all 10 a m. 704 H st. s.w. 3* HATCHING EGGS—Rocks and Reds! cocker ela and cock birds. 920 21st at. n.w. West 08*. « BABY CHICKS, incubator*, brooders, supplies, feeds and remedies. Seed Catalog Free. F. W. Bolgiano A Co.. 1009 B at. n.w. DR. fa. A. LOCkE. VETERINARIAN. TREATMENT OF THE DOG AND CAT EXCLUSIVELY. ST. N.w. PH. COL. 814. FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES. BUICK TOURING, California top. New Ox fonl Lunch. 1426 Pa. ave. !• BUICK SIX ROADSTER, khaki top, A 1 me clianiial condition; price and terms very rea sonable. 18w Mtb st. n.w. X. 9860. BL ICK. 1920, 6-cylluder roadster, sssu! Term* may be arranged. Phone T. S. Gaddesg. Franklin 6917. I will drive car to your door for inspection. Other Buick 4 and 6 cylinder cars In roadster*, touring*, coupon and sedans. BCICK—I92O: good condition; any demons!ra tion. 8475. 822 4'a »t. s.w. 27* CADILLAC ROADSTER. latest model: smart, speedy; 12 extra features; a most admired car. Phone Lincoln 1981. 28* CHANDLER DISPATCH, wire wheels; good tires; oar in excellent condition; price Is right and very reasonable terms can be arranged. North 9860. 1866 14th st. n.w. CHANDLER TOURING, good mechanical con dition, $556; $lB4 cash. $36.60 monthlv. North 98iil>. 1866 14-ili si. n.w. | CHALMERS, 1920, sport touring: nice little car; for sale cheap. 51S 10th st. n.e. Ltn roln 112. CHEV ROLET sedan, 1922, fully equipped: rnn only 3160 'miles. Apply Mr. Barr. 3136 51 j r - w - Iwtween 9 n.m. and 6 p.m. 1* CHEVROLET solan, 1922: run less 2.000 miles; I perfect condition. Address Box 81-V, Star j office. t» 1 CHEVROLET touring; late model 1920: care i fully used: condition like new; $165. Adams I - S l": ’CHEVROLET sedan. $350 cash and $56 per | month; latest superior model; used three i weeks as demonstrator; Stewart bumper, mo j Icmeter and lock bar, aluminum sttp plates, I spare cord tire, tube and tire cover, stop and j parking light; guaranteed. .7. H. Dockery. 1218 Connecticut ave. Franklin 5673. CLEVELAND special six. never been used; was n prise in the Post campaign: immediate delivery at n reduced price. Phone M. 475 during day and W. 1559-J evenings and ask for R. B. Warden. DODGE roadster. 1923; also "1917. 1918 1921 tourings; Ford runabouts and chassis ’ sno and S6O. 222 lltii n.e. • DODGE TOURING, 1022. like news will *ac rifice; terms to responsible party. Col. 8699. DODGE TOURING. 1921. $365; good condition 660 Pa. ave. s.e. 27* FORD ROADSTER with truck body; good con ditlon: cheap for quick aale. Apply to owner, 1425 21st at. n.w.. evening* 28* FORD SEDAN, '2l, $250; terms. Harry Furr, 511 9th st. n.w. • FORD ton truck* good running order; 1922 motor: cheap for quick sale. North 5812-W. FORD light delivery, 1918; fair condition; S9O Phone Cleve. 1378. ' FORD touring body; new; complete. S. J. Meek Sons. 622 O st. n.w. FORI) SPORT car. tine condition: Bosch mag neto, new battery; cost $650; quick sale, slls. No. 2 Engine Co., 12th bet. G and H. * FRANKLIN SEDAN, 9-B; splendid condition; $1.600. North 609. HUDSON speedster, 1921; alonfite lubrication: locks and runs like new; new cord tires. 427 15th s.e.: bargain for cash: no dealers. 28* HCPMOBII.E TOURING. 1922. perfect condi tion: latest model; will demonstrate and guar antee thoroughly. Col. 3476-J. JORDAN ROADSTER (the Playboy), 1921; perfect, except tires: wire wheels. Jordan Motors. 1020 Conn. Main 5076. Terms. MARMON limousine; in excellent condition; priced low for quick aale. Jordan Motors, 1020 Conn. ave. Main 3076. MAXWELL touring: excellent running condi tion; $200: terms, $67 cash; $13.30 monthly. 1800 1411 i st. n.w. N. 9860. MITCHELL 7 pass, touring; high-power car: In fine condition. Will sacriOce for S4OO. For Information call Clarendon 181-W-1. • OVERLAND, 1918; a real bargain, for want of room. Main 1532 after 5 p.m. 1* PIHKCE-ARROW. touring. In first-class con ditlon. 1218 N. Capitol st. 4* PIERCE-ARROW LIMOUSINE, very good cod dition; $750; terms. -Jordan Motors, 1020 Conn, ave. Main 6076. STUDEBAKER, special six touring, excellent mechanical condition; good rubber; $550. Terms, 1-3 cash, balance easy monthly pty ments. North 9860. 1800 14th st. n.w. STUDEBAKER. big six sport model; like a new car; big reduction: disc wheels. Jordan Motors. 1020 Conn, ave. Main 6076. Terms. STUTZ, 1922, 4-pass, sport model; about one year old and In excellent condition; will aifll at a great sacrifice. Bartram Motor Co., New Hampshire ave. and M n.w. West 458. WESTCOTT SEDAN, like new; beautiful con dition Inside and out; color dark hrne; fully equipped; 6 excellent cord tires; $1,306; rex aoflable terms. Col. 4586. WILLYB 6. sedan; overhauled and painted'; price, $350 quick sale. Rear 1131 17tb n.w. FORD—I92O; starter; lights. $123. Ford touring: $95; good tire*. 'AUTOS washed, polished and delivered, $2; greasing done thoroughly; day or night. Peek’s Oarage. 2121 14th n.w. 27* BUICK. Good used cars priced to move, 1923—Buick coupe (4-pass), fully equipped. 1921 Ford touring. 1920—Buick sedan (7-p***.). 1920—Buick touring (6-cjl.); new part* aad Urea. 191st—Buick coupe. • .... 1919—Buick B-paaa. touring (fi-cyl.); new paint. 1922 Buick 6-paaa. (4-cyl.) tewing. 1918—Buick roadater; winter top. The prices on these cars will surprise you. Investigate. Lib eral terms. EMERSON* ORME, 1830 M at. n.w. FOE SALE—AUTOMOBILES. CeaHaaei. AUTO PARTS, uaed, of every description' part, of 100 cara. Edgar Baum. 812 Bth n.w PUOFIT BY OTHERS’ EXPERIENCE AND DEE REO SPEED WAGONS POB ALL DE LI rsaiEs. THE TREW MOTOR CO., 1909 14tb ST. N.W. .. MAIN 4175. __ CERTIFIED GOLD SEAL' - CARS. Will. Bte. Claire touring, 1822. Hupmobile touring, 1920. Dodge touring, 1922. ' Uupmoblle touring, 1922. We also have the following eara, which are not GOLD SEAL CARS. but which are in first-class mechanical condition. Chandler dlspalch Studebaker, special ”8.” repainted $550 Dodge roadster, 1920 S4OO Hupmobile sedan, 1921 $1,006 Dodge touring, 1929 $375 Oakland sedan, 1920 $506 Ford touring, 1921 ..$275 STER RETT & FLEMING, Inc. Hupmobile Distributors. Col. 5050. Champlain at. and Kalorama rd. DEPENDABLE USED CARS 1921 Ford sedan. Late model Ford tearing* from SIOO up. Dodge Brothers touring cars from $125 up. 1920 Dodge Brothers sedan, repainted and la good mechanical condition. Chevrolet touring, $75. Remember—A used car is only as good as the firm with which you deal. SEMMES~MOTOR CO. 613 G St. N.W. Main 6660. Open Evenings Until 9 O’clock. FORD COUPE, 1921, in excel lent running condition, $350. Strobel Motor Co., 1425 Irving st. Col. 4206. FORD SEDAN, 1922, in A-i running condition, cheap for quick sale. Strobel Motor Co., 1425 Jrving st. n.w. THESE CARS BEAR THE BEST OF REFERENCES. Would you refute to hire a good man Just because ha had worked for somebody else? If he had good references and good bealtii you would rather have him with experience than without. The used oar* we are offering now mad* good with their first owners. We have them because somebody wanted a bigger car or a smaller car or a closed car. Take time to get acquainted with tome of these cars. You buy any one for a fraction of ifa first cost. Liberal Terms. THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 14th St. N.W. Main 4173-4174-4175. NEW USED CARS. DODGE, late 1922 touring, only run 6.666 miles. Duplex bumper. $25; glass aide ahielfli. S2O; motor meter wings and bar, sls; cop spotter, $350; windshield wiper, parking light and other extras. Including spare tire and cover. This car looks and runs like new. $750 cash or reasonable term*. $206 buys Detroiter, fast aport car, wire wheels and body similar to Mercer. $l6O Chev.. 1929 louring. SEDANS. DODGE, 1921—Two car* to aelect from: both like new; one has been run a little far sher than the other. See these car* before buying. Light six sedan, 1922. $1,350: demonstrator. ROADSTERS. 1921—Special, good rubber and paint; any demonstration: cath or terms, $750. 1922 light six, only run 6.000 miles, S7OO brincTyour DEPOSIT. STUDEBAKER, M. 26 46. 817 14th St. N.W . Advance Spring Bargains. Ford Sedan, month old; extras. Ford Coupe, late 1921; many extra*: over hauled. Ford Sedan, late 1921; perfect condition; new tire*. Ford Touring, 1921; splendid condition; neat covers. Ford Tonring, 1930; repainted; 4 now Urea. Ford Touring: good rnnalng condition. Ford Roadster with (tarter and truck body. Ford Delivery Trucks; eome with starters. Ford ton truck; motor overhauled: late model. Buick Big Six: motor overhauled; repainted. Oakland Touring; runs fine; repainted. Mitchell Touring: good condition; repainted. Overland Touring; model 00; repainted. Many others to pick from. CASH OR EASY TERMS. R. L. Taylor Motor Company, Authorized Ford and Lincoln Dealers. North 9600. 14th and T at*, n.w. USED CARS. We make no extravagant claims, but we do offer honest values, • 1923 Ford roadster $325 1922 Durant touring *625 1922 Chevrolet touring *Bs(i 1922 Ford touring $325 1921 Ford sedan $375 1921 Chevrolet touring $225 1926 Chevrolet touring $256 1921 Buick touring *856 27-35 Packard touring $1.70n 1-35 Packard touring $356 1917 Stutz touring $356 luttreliTchevrolet SALES COMPANY. 14th and T Sts. N.W. POTOMAC 135. BUICK COUPE, 1922, 4-pass, model 48; slightly used by origi nal owner; condition excellent in every manner; many extras; excellent terms to right party. -Ask for Mr. Custer. Frank. 3860. Motor Cycle Spring Sale. 1923 New Indians. Per week $5.06 1922 Harley Sport. Look* new $150.06 1921 Reading Standard with sidecar. New tires. Overhauled. Repainted. .$225.06 1921 Ace. Reconditioned. Repainted. .$250.06 Harley sidecar, 1922. Looks new $75.00 Harley sidecar $25.00* 1920 Indian and fleiicar. Repainted, etc. .$150.00 1919 Harley with sidecar; electric.... $95.06 1919 Klee. Indian. Fine $100.06 1919 Elec. Indian $55.06 1918 Elec. Indian $25.00 1918 Harley Special $35.00 TERMS TO SUIT. Slattery’s Motor Cycle Exchange Franklin 2728. * 709 H at. n.w. FORDS FORDS Touring car, late 1922; excellent c0nd.,..5296 Touring car. 1922..* $256 Touring car, 1918 sl^ Runabout, 1922 ..$256 Sedan, 1921....' J3--J Delivery wagon, panel body. 1918 sl2-> Tail, •»»!? One-ton truck, very good running cond.... s*•> Above cars can be purchased on practically your own term*. A variety of other models and type* a* low as $35 cash and easy monthly payments. We teach vou to drive and arrange for license tags, and assist In obtaining driver's permits without charge for our service. ROBEY MOTOR CO., Authorised Lincoln, Ford and Fordson Dealers. 1429 L at. n.w. M * in - 1 - 1 THESE CARS BEAR THE BEST OF REFERENCES. Would you refuse to hire a good man just because he had worked for somebody else? If he had good references and good health, you would rather have him with experience than with out. The used cars we are offering now made good with their first owners. We have them because somebody wanted a bigger car, or a smaller car, or a closed car. Take time to get acquainted with some of these cars. You buy any one for a fraction of its first cost. Liberal Terms. THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 14th Street N.W. Main 4173-4174-4175.