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HELP AND SITUATIONS.
Star “Want Ad”
Branch Offices
Jf ORTHWMT.
and Vermont ave., John C. Haley.
J4th and P, Pay's Pharmacy.
18th and n, J. 8. Clemence.
14th and Clifton. H. Colodny * Co.
11th and Harvard, The Harvard Pharmacy.
14fh and Columbia road (Evan* Drug Store. }
f4ol 14fh Rmnangh’a Pharmacy.
•4th and Bnchanan. Hchbcrgof. _ n
Randolph Pharmacy. B*ol 14th at., H. D-
Hughes. Mgr.
Holmead and (Hla place, Holmead Pharmacy.
14th and Colorado are., Plaey Branch Pharmacy.
ITth and Park road. Tipton A Myerr
S«4 18th. John M That.
2183 California are.. Morgan 8r0a......
Tth and K, Ooldenberg’a (time clerk a desk).
Yth and O eta., Associated Pmg Storea.
7th at. and R. T. are.. J. French Btmpson.
9th and U sts.. McGuire's Pharmacy.
4lh and I"im ata.. Douglas' Pharmacy.
8.101 n«. are . Rodla' Pharmacy.
Ga. arc. and Rock Creek Church rd.. Keek
Creek Pharmacy.
IT Colodnr ft Co., fit. are. and Upahur at.
thld 0* are.. Brlehtwcod Pharmacy.
901 I, at.. Mnrae Pharmacy.
1 Puponf Circle, Puponl Pharmacy. .
78th at. nnd Fl* arc . Pearson’* Pharmacy.
2d and Maaa. are.. Hygelan Pharmacy.
V. T.. S’. .1. ares, and M. Wa’ter J. TVnahoe.
Da. aye. tod lat at.. Svlven Lsuphelmer
North Cap. at. and R. I aye.. Parker'a Phar.
1732 Pa. aye., J. Tools Krlca.
Slat and G ata.. Quigley Pharmacy.
21fh and Pa. av#., nerhst’s Pharmacy.
8026 Conn arc.. Chery Chase Pharmacy.
Wisconsin are. and Macomb at,, Cleveland
.Park Pharmacy.
I tiKORC.ETOWV.
58th and P ata., Pride's Pharmacy.
RCO4 M at.. O'Ponnell'a Pharmacy.
38th ami M, Weller ft Moakey'a Pharmacy.
Wisconsin are. and O. Ponahne'a Pharmacy.
\OHTHEI4T.
2d and Essa., M< Chesner ft Jonchlm.
dfh and H ata.. P-iyu.- - * Pharmacy.
207 H «t. Garren’* Mu«h to-re.
7th at. am! Md. are.. Touts F. Bradley.
■"Jth at and Md era.. I.nu's Sa. ks.
till II at.. Scar'* New—Land.
North. Cap. and Eye. Rene-tlr Ph.armacv.
Peat Can end 8»h lln-pna Pharmacy.
IBth and Tin at Careful. t.incol- Park P’armacy.
JRttt at. and n. t. are . Collins' Pharmacy—
Woodridge.
8000 12t!i n.e.. May..'a Pharmacy—BrooUtand.
SOI THKAST.
2d at. and Ph. arc , II E. Sprucehnnk.
sth and Ere. Weller ft Moakey’a Pharmacy,
lltli and Pa. nve.. P«aly'« Pharmacy.
11th and Pa. are., Smyaer'a Pharmacy.
3207 Nichols aye.. Weiss ft Hcaly—- Ana caatta,
SOVTHWEST.
7th and T> ata., 1 autz Proa.
4>4 and 7 at.a., Columbia Pharmacy.
HATH—3 C’PATS A WORD
Jr TVafthineton and Suhnfli* so
Ho]ji arul Situation* Wanted.
4 T.ngjt nnd Found.
For Kilo nnd Wan tod Mlffoo'lantom.
r I’oiiltrr. |*i‘th nnd I.lTpftnrfe.
Aittftiijoihjloi for Salt* nml Wanted.
Tloorns for Rout ami Wanted.
fltininosM Opportunities. etc.
RATFi OITSIDK OF WASHINGTON
1 cpiitp n trord.
UFA I. K9TATR ADS.
• Word« to the line,. 3 linr mii.'m’im. It lie?
rnfp. a a follow*:
,1 Mini*. 2ft.- fHfT lire
2 t’njp?. |»#*r I’fib.
8 tlnina. 17«* per l*n#»,
7 tirriM*. 1»V pi»r l<r«
14 Mm#**, I.V per lin«*.
9TAR OFFICE OPEN INTII. II P.M.
All adrrri UrwiitH for The Ktenlnf Star
h”rtt he nr Tlie Star or o'.w The Stir
branch rffir*** |»y II pm. the DAT BEFORE
IRSFE. frith the following exemption*;
Tjnnt and Found.
I>f»ath NfitJvw.
Wanted Help
, Wanted Situation*
Wanted Room*.
AdTertllaments nr.der if* *V»ore tas*if.ra
tlons will be accefted nt The Ssur **ffi* e. 11th
•t. and Pa. nr»*., nr»t*| 0:30 n.w Oat* «*f !*' •••
or at any of Th * Star branch otp.eef i»ntM *:3O 1
*.m. day of All for The
Hundar Sfiir moat V rnce.mJ at The Star office
by ft p.m. Saturday, or at ar.r of The Star
branch office* by r» pm. Saturday.
CASH WITH ORDER is require • for all ad*
rertiaemanta from tmMent adveMTsan.
r * ~HELP--MALE.
KFVFR mnil ORiGfXAL rermnutntt'irn
fa opp/f/ftia for employment. U*r COPfFft.
Accorxnxi} TKACHEU. eiiM*rlenc«l; pre
ferably one haring practical or public account
in*; hours, ft to 3. from Monday to Friday ,
inclusive; night Kcho-d Monday. Wc«lne*4lay ]
and Friday from 7 to ft: stare nalary expe**ted.
also lejslnesK and rea?d»nce telephone numbers, i
AitdeewM ‘»r K. .»ffi«»e
ALTERATION HANDS - Experienced on gown*
and wrap* Apply Madam Ash. 1217 Con
qectlcnt eve.
Ai ; TOMoriI.K waaher; day’ie work. Rear i
3312 K »l. n.w. 17* |
A.fW>SIOHII.E MECn.VN'ICd. two. nral-Class,
all around men wanted at once: must be thor
oughly experienced on all makes* of cam.
Apply to Mr. Rbelps. 111! 14th *«t
flAKEll—Efperienced on bread, roll*, buna.
etc. York P:i*try Shop. 3ATI Ha. ave.
BOY to sell candy in (boater. Apply. 7:3d, !
to John G ! enn. y*res:M<»n* * i
boy. colored, to drive car: must know the j
city: city ref re«»uir«-H. I* F. r.lT E.
BOV, coioied with wheel, slo week. 413
11 sh at. n v
lihICKUVYEIIS wanted. sl3 h day. K. Mason,
3Bth an.l " «>« sc *
lIT'TI.EII. Filipino, ajirrifncwl; uniat nave
references. Apnly 1 TbS New Hampshire ave.
ween 6 and H evenings.
CARPENTERS, two. good; open shop. Car-
Itenters. 3flih and Ingomar sis, n w. 17*
CEMENT FINISHERS Ell. 42nd and tisrri
son ate.. IV JV ft A. V Miller I'd
CHAI’FEKrU. egperienmsl. white, for dellv
ery. Atmly 2i>2l T. nw.
CHAT'EFECK for tmek: nniat he experienced.
Anrdy to Ss.'hs Fiim'utra Co , Hfh soil f> n.w.
CHEF (white). Sunset Cafeterin. 1123 Eye
st. n.w. .
CHF.VBOIiET MECHANICS «2P): wonderful
ongortunlfy for good men. I.iittrell-Cherrolet
Sties Co.. 2114 14tb as. n.w.
ii >A('H PAlNTEß—Sterling Oarage, 14(S>
bl .ek H and S. »
COI-OHEI) BOY for odd Job* uround phono
graphic laboratory; chance to advance. Ap
ply 10 am. M’edneaday. I.udwlg ft Mullln.
8 Channlng st. n.e.
CONTRAfTOR wanted to hnild 20 small resi
dences In Anacostia: must be capable of
handling entire Job. 11l Star bldg. Phone
FiV 1)201.
t fCNTKK MAN. gi-td. for cafeteria; experl
tehee preferred: must bs polite and eoiir'eons
1810 14th s', n w IS*
CHEW MANAGER, experienced, to canvass
oity: attractive line; salary and commission.
Apply room 338, Mnna«y Md<-. 18*
DEMONSTRATOR for Washington. nine
Montgomery co., Md., and two Virginia. t»
follow up leads from large public dcmo’*.tra
tom conducted by our lecturer, and sell gas
saving appliance: used by C. 8. government,
flood Housekeeping Institute and described
recently In 32 mngarlne articles: references
required; permanent positions. Albert Ke
■ liAt Mfg Co.. Room 411. 1811 C. st. n.w.
DENTIST, registered. Call Col. 839-W. after
7 p in. •
DISHWASHERS. 3; splendid hours and good
pay. Apply at Mt. Veynon Case. 120 rt P»nna.
live, n.w. 18*
DRAFTSMAN -yonng man with high aenno!
education preferred: stale experience and sel
srv e»|»ected. Address Box 188-H, Star oWlce.
DRIVER for Ford truek wanted at once.
T. oils Notes Fnmltnre Store. 814 E at. n.w.
ELEVATOR BOY ifrelgbt); salary. s3l |>er
n onth.. Chateau-Thlerry, 1920 S st. n.w. Ap-
Pir to manager.
ELEVATOR MAN wants work, experienced.
1020 2<>th «t. n.w. 18*
FCRXITURE SAIJESMAN. HopwooO, Bth and
K xta.
OASOLIN E filling station, white, muif he
able to drive all makes of cars. 1212 K st.
VI.W. ; *
GENERAL HOI’REWORK. colored country boy
for housework; room and board furnished. 820
Pa. aye. n.w. ' 18*
GROCERY SALESMAN with meat-cutting ex
perience; references required. J. Raymond
Pyles. 1200 Good Hope rd. a.e. Phone Lln
roln Ml 8- •
JANITOR, experienced; excellent references.
William Smith. 217 F st n.w. 18*
MACHINIST wanted, one who has model-mak
ing experience: state your experience and
salary expected. Address Box 228-K, Star
.ifflee.
MAN. settled, middle-aged, to drive ear In the
suburbs; must be reliable; good salary and
home; stale age. Address Box 231-K, Star
office. 18*
MAN. married, for dairy. Address Box ITS.
Rockville. Md. 17*
MAN, married, will give excellent flre-romn
apartment to white, nettled, married man for
K I ring full time tending to furnaces and mak-
IniA minor repairs to apartment house. State ,
age. If and where employed, experience and
h«# many la family- Address Box 20-K, Star
MAH, handy wTtb hatchet and saw. Apply
rear 1813 L at. C-V., after 8 p.m. 18*
MARKERS AND AsSORTERS, experienced,
longar’s laundry. 83rd st. and New York
nve. a.Wi
DlfeAT CUTTER—References. C. E. Fowler,
Center Market. 19*
MEN to distribute samples. T;80 a.ra., rear
:iar Pa. aye, n.w. 17*
MEN' iAtnne sales experience preferred; four:
ft.r traveling; Virginia and Maryland; cars
furnlaiied. 212 Jenifer bldg., 7tli and D.
MEN, five, wanted immediately, of neat ap
pearance. to sell goods on train; security and
Mug suit required. Apply Union News Co.
offiAe. 8 Union station. |
MEN—We are Interested in men who want to
t irn adre money in selling direct to housewife,
t specially brush men. are Invited to Investigate
our proposition. Apply Mr. Neely. Room 16.
UII A’a. ave. o.v<e Monday, Bto 10 a.m.
HELP—MALE.
Ceatlaaed. ' ■ ‘
MEN for steel plant; IS.BO day. Apply s7
1237 STth st. n.w., Wednesday morning 7
o'clock. / •
NEWSPAPER MAN. thoroughly fsmllinr syn
dicating. copywriting' and general newspaper
business; all or part time. Address Box
226-K. Star office. *
OFFICE BOY, bright, willing to work and
learn business. Aunty 7bo Bead hnlldlng.
OFFICE CLERK, department store eapertenee
for private detective work; state past nnd
present employment. Address Box 249-K, Star
office.
' OPTICIAN', at once. J. C. Trlhly, 3115 M at.
n.w. • - 19*
• OYSTER MAN, good job. 421 12th at. n.w. *
PA/xTKRS— First -class men only. Apply
Carow A Fry. 1011 H st. n.w.
PORTER, colored, able to drive Ford truck:
one not afraid to work. Address Box 392-K,
Star office. ■ 18*
PROMOTER warned, for expanding a large
and good business already established, • with
wonderful prospects; opportunity to make
good money, but must be competent handle in
flrst-class manner and invest SI.OOO cash: to
right man a permanent connection is offered.
Address Box 238-K. Star offir-. •'
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN --Excellent oppcA
tunify for rapaUle man: uiuat have auto. A.
H<»nsrlit<tn «1151 d II Mt. n.ij.
UKAL ESTATFi SALESMAN, proufteotn fur
n billed: ot>-oj»erat!on jtlren; an opportunity
to connect with progressive offlt‘e. M. 1080.
SALESMAN*—Live man wanted to handle a
higb-olafi* offlt*e equipment; ntrlctlj cominia-
M>on. Addreaw Box 287-K. Star office. *
SALESMAN wanted by western wholesale houae
to sell prod nets to grocery and butcher trade
in Washington; an*wer-Hinting experience and
salary expected. Address Box 217-K, Star
4»Wee. i
SALESMAN for the furniture buslnes*. Uop- i
wootl. B‘h and K sts. ]
SALESMAN—SaIary, twelve hundred dollar* !
91.1*00). Wanted—On? of the largeat com- ]
panlea and moat projreaalve life tnaurance j
Bjr**rr «»* in \Vnahmgton to employ five (
goinl fiah‘anien or a salary ot SIOO per month, j
; or more; or on a conun'aatatw and renewal con- j
[ tract; prefer men who have not been *n (he ;
( life Insurance business, must have nmbi*
I lion anti energy. We train and instruct our j
ia>e!r»*ii in the art selling life insurance.
I Th s is an opportunity to make at leas? $-.500
: the fi»Kt yesr. The average ncome of our <
present Kn!t*ani**n for the fl-at rear during 10-J
j was We feel sr.lisfled that any
i ia>an:en shomd do a* w*-ll nuder our tper’ai
training. Address Box B*D. Star otflce. giving
telepimr.r numher
SALESMEN-—Three: must he w *ll expenence«l !
and have own car; eaoahle of appointing and j
supervising a *a*os force; your earning* are |
unlimited if you have the re»|uiren.euts; a I
largo commission and extra bonus wllj be paid I
those men. Apply at once. District Manager, i
212 Jenifer bldg.. 7th mid D . !
SALESMEN—Young men between the age* of '
IS and 27. Apply Mr. Began. Homer L. Kiss ■
I < °-- KWO (; st. n.w.. at ft;3Q am. j
SALESMEN who are willing to work, who \
an viaualiae the possibilities of an opp*.r- i
t unity wh-'n they see one am! who have
enough foresight t r look Into the future; a
he-man proposition la yours if you ran sell
yourself to this organization; if you are sin
cere call at SO2 Edmonds bldg., between 0:30
and 4. 18*
J SOLICITORS to Keen re membership in high- I
I das* organization; stock selling experience j
1 not necessary’; present men average $lO day
i each. 430 Monger bhlr
j T YBIST-XXKKK. who can type accurately H 3 ,
( words a minute; young, iptelllgent. indu*<-
I fr'oua. pleasing personality; knowledge of
[stenography desirable; small salary, with op
: p**rrun!fv for advancement. Apply Room 224
! Mills Kdp.. 17th and l*a. ave. n.w. 4
■ VOI NO MAN. IS 4»r ore-. ~ 4 , ain auto paint- ,
! Ing. Sterling (.arug-*, 1-M*» block l< and H. • j
! VoCNd ,\U.N for «*ir furnishing dept Apply ;
lot 4-;i. e. The Mf.je. F and llth ats I
iT.OYHI Nil SAI.hSM AN .
i I \RKKR-BKIIUiET roMPANY REQUIRES ;
f ITU. SKI!VICKS OF \ THOROrOIII.T EX* j
| rKRIKNi r.D HIUIIWUADE I TITHING 1
SAI.KsMAN: POSITION IS PERMANENT
AND OFFERS SPLENDID OPPOUTI NITY.
APPLY MR. LEOHNKR.
PARKED KKIDifKT «AT..
THE AVENVE AT NINTH.
Rea! Kstate Salesman
—with automobile, to handle Mt. Pleasant
and Columbia Heights property.
Prospect* furnished.
DAVID E. BARRY “,« 1 -
!su« II st. n.w.
Member Washington Rea? Estate Board.
salesmen:
Two married men for permanent work: good
•amines and opportunity for advancement to
men who qualify Apple 2 to r» p.m. Fuller
Brush Co., 01st Met. Bank bldg.
’ JANITOR.
Colored man as Janitor In apartment. Must
he ex;»er*enced and furnish references One
whose wife tan operate elevator In building.
) Salary, $7.7 p*-r month for both, and apart-
I Address Box 130 K. Star office.
YOUNG MEN of good appear
,ance; salary and commission;
I good opportunity for advance
ment. The Lowther Realty Cct.
Main 5768.
HELP-MALE AND FEMALE.
AIIVKHTISINH* SOI.K ITORS wii.» »r»
lers. for the sweetest proposition ever; men
or women. Hobart Brooks. Md l.Tth. lb*
MAN and wife, to live in rue oonntry xml
care for tw*t> <»;d peopU: pleasant surround
ings. Apply Dr Evans. 1024 Eve st. n.w Ift*
SOLICITOR to cal» i/ii profeas.ontl men and
women. Address Box 21VK. Star office. *
FOLICITOHS--M.ile and fciraie. to secure club
members; hustlers only. See office manager.
Room 005, 1108 l«th gt. n.w.
WANTED—SALESMEN.
FT'R.NITt'UE KALF.SMAN—ExperI.n7«I. 423
I lth st. n.w.
SALESMAN—Unusually good opportunity for
a flr*t-da.*s salesman; automobile experience
necessary. Jordon Motors Co., 1020-Connect!-
r»it ave. n.w.
SALESMEN—A corporation that is otuning
new territory has a place in its sales depart
ment for permanent men: early advancement
to manager. Add 20S Mnnwey bldg. Ift*
SALESMEN—We can use several salesmen;
must he neat appearing; big opportunity. Call
3to ft. 3QH Dim. Natl. Bank bldg. IS* j
SALESMEN, experienced, in
trunks and leather goods; refer
ence required. State where last
employed and wages expected.
Address Box 19-K. Star office.
SALESMEN.
The largest manufacturer of
electric appliances in the coun
try wants four men to train for
branch managers.
The men who •n.v.vr thin «<lTerii«ement
moot he wllllnx to work hard, and to such
men the poaalbllltle* for the future are un
limited. *
If you ore of thla type and feel that all
you need la the opportunity, rail at Room
No. 2, 1317 N. Y. a»e., from 9 to 11 or 2 j
to 4. Ai-k for Mr. I*re»ton. j
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES j
COLORED rook*, houae-wlndow cleaner,, por- I
ter*, chambermaids; supplied free. 921 N st.
n.w. White Cross Bnreau, Dr. Drew, presi
dent. North 3808. 18-
OFFICE POSITIONS—Free rer«tr»«on. Wash
locton Employment Exchange, operated for the
public by Washing!*) School for Secrelarlsa 1
and Nat. fehool of Commerce, 1419 F st. n.w.
APPLY N I OW FOR 8l?CH POMITIONH AH
CLERKS BOOKKEEPERS
TYPISTS STENOGRAPHER
DRIVERS ACCOUNTANTS .
P. B. X OFFICE MANAGERS
CASHIERS SODA DISPENSERS
SALESPEOPLE HOTEL CLERKS
National Personnel Bureau,
806 Bond bldg.. 14th and N. Y. ave. M.JH4 «
INSTRUCTION COURSES ~ |
ADTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY
given. Call Lincoln 3081. We will do the
toot. ■
ARE TOO CASHING IN on vonr spare tlmo?
We will train you day or night, for position <
as professional draftsman paying SB6 to |OB
weekly. Call, write or phone Colombia School
of Drafting. 14th and T ata. n.w. North 272.
BOYD SHORTHAND in 80 daya; eaay. to team
and rapid; the world'* best system; experts
uae It: investigate; you will use no other. ,
Boyd Business College, 1804 F st. Mata 2876. ,
M.yn- !
CIVIL SERVICE examination for statistical
clerk; apeelal Instructions begin today; salary, '
$1,140 to $1,840; both men and women; axe 1 i
18 to - TO. The Civil Service Preparatory
School, a. a. cor. 12th and F n.w. Frank. 2080
HOTELS NEED aMBITIOOS men tad
women: natloa-wida demand la all depart
ments, hotels, tea (noma, cafeterias, club*,
apartment bouses; uncrowded Held; Bne Urine,
quick Advancement; our methods 1 adorned—
ear students employed by leading hotels every
where. Opea evenings. Call for particulars.
Lewie Hotel Training School. Is4B N. T. avo.
LEARN BARBERINO: blg-paylng trad*; .
quickly learned; big demand. Write Ttl-Clty
Barber School. 817 K. Baltimore at., Baltf
mero. Md. ■ - j
iiE.N ASD WOMEN quickly learn real estate
business; receive pa/ while learning; need not
interfere with present employment: eome mak
ing SIOO a week. Free elaaa lecture# every !
Thursday. 6 p.m. William F. Hatteann. 010-
sll Bond bldg.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA- ll
TION MAY 9.
Burroughs Adding, Bookkeeping and Calcu
lating machine operator* are In demand. Civil
service examination to be given May 9th. Day
and evening classes. Special classes every :
evening from 6 to 7 and 7 to 9, beginning
Wednesday evening. April 11.
BURROUGHS SCHOOL.
Phone Main 2760. 724 17th St. S.W.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C.. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. -1923.
INSTRUCTION COURSES
foatlaard.
OWNERS AND OPERATORS' COURSE.
For man and women who daslrr to know
how to locate trouble on the road and to make
minor repair*. -
Y. M.'C. A. AUTO SCHOOL.
1736 o at. n.w. Mala 8350.
DESIGNING, DUKSSIIA KIXG. MILL! XEKY.’
1 Prof. Livingstone's Academy,
1111 Gat, n.w. Franklin 7471. 21*
HELP—FEMALE.
BOOKKEEPER, with knowledge of typewriD
' !"«• Roaedere, 1268 G.
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, experienced
lady Apply Potomac Garage Co.. Inc. 8301-9
M «t. n.w.
AftßEßo—We offer an attractive propo
a aalary and commisalon. 3. r ,3 Mimaey
bida. m#
( ™o\ llK ■ r r underatand* type
-2114 14th at. n.w.
J DRESSMAKERS—Experienced needlewomen to
. work on handmade children's clothe*. Maiaon
I Renee. 1186 Yon , t . is*
LW-HS and eatehera. lie Sales Ijtumlry'.
1730 L «t. n.w.
FRENCH NUitSKItY GOVERNESS for child'
or six: city reference required. 1831 lOtli at.
n.w. riionc North .*»474. JH*
GIUL to work abort time each day in ex
tnanac tor buKlncaa (*ourac; experience un
neije**ary. Mr. Hales, Steward School. 12(r.'
! V ,1!, f1.£; ,r wo,k dept. Apply Home Ijiun
dry, lljft Queen at. n.c.
IWj Klt -NES.S. Fieneti, tor girl over 4 year*.
lAddr.aa Box I*l H. star oWee
ORAPHOTYPH open)lor. cxperleneed. Apply
Ad.lre.sovrnpli Co.. 11l nth at. n.w.
KIXDEIHIARTEN TKACHF.U for private
jKchool; mijKt play classical muaic well: col
lege graduate preferred. Address Jiox 304 K.
bf'ir office.
i blah M«*hooi sraduate for ednrational
I work: splendid experience; for flrs!
, 810 dMVH, for second 100 daya. srt.*U» for
I Iblrfl 100 day**. Addn-aa Box 331 V. St.ur office.
) LADIKS —Whole or part time; quick Holier;
I K‘>of| protit; build n buafneKs of vour own
fircM.t 22U.1. Star office * •
■ I.ADIFS •»/ ffiMxl character and appearance ti>
j dcrnoiiHtratc: we teach you the bnainea* in
‘ °ur U. aciiotiU: you make f<»r your-elf $37.
a we k upward; you can u<c automobile (..
■ofls»* a,,vn,lf,< * rs - Address Bix 21S-K, Star
•, M A « K KUS ANI > ASSTi RTKTfsT ~T7riimTiTl.
linger a l.nnnilry. 23rd st. .ml New York
I MII.I INI lli SALESLADY; cxperleneed; at
“fee. 1211 G nw.
j PKKSSEBS -Exjierienepd •on plain and fancy
] silk dresses; steady position. The Vogue
j t leaners. I4tn and Spring rd. n.w.
i e.« lil w l ,' Al ' V - experienced on dresses. Schwartz.
! Bgn 14tli <? n.w.
j SALESLADIES, experience.], for coal, suit and
I dress department; good salary and ateady cm
ploy men;. Apply J. E. Cuuningham, 318 7th
i at. n.w.
1 SALKSLADii.S. well bred, intelligent women
can make 510 to sl,l daily; experience tin
necessary. Apply all week. Rrs.m 40» Star
hldg. ,
SEJ BETA It Y for entieallonal organization:
college gruiidate preferred: write experience
and quslUieatlotis. Address Box 320 K St ir
j omce.
I SOLD ITIiRS to secure membership in hiah-
Class organization; not stock string; no ex
j P rience lequlnd: i>reeent force average* fit)
, “a'iy eaeii. 430 Mttnaey bldg,
i STK.\tM; RAP1 lEß"and typist every Satur
,afternoon or all day; some home work:
slate quatlhcatton*. hours util ean give and
, expected. Address Box 291-K, Star of
-Isi ENTm;rapu»:r. patent atlorner'* office 7
n P 2 vs- V r‘ na: o tra!ni ii l ' : saUr - r - *lB. Address
ll* x 22q J. star offlee •
'ml K | N V' ;I « AI *“* '-vptet: experien, -d
office **" tits ’ l !l * sv Addl es* Box 217-K, Star
I a=i?!S V73-K?B,‘:v:ffl2 Urv PXpec,Ml Td ‘
keenine- '.'V'’ <S»«*'l«ige of Ds.k
ia T o-f am! salary. Ad
olesa Box o-.«K. Ster offlee. •
EDUCATED VTOrE!^
„. A • ro,! I®'[king for a bigger opportunity?
Wo lid you Ike to earn more money? Our
. r J.7 nr Pfaltloa* eomt.lne Intereat'ng, worth
wp.le work witti unusual financial re.urn Sal
*, far t Railroad fare paid, if you have
high school education and a-e between the
-* x% - telephone Maa Ante, for
appointment. Room 331 Waahlngton Hotel 17*
SALES WO M E N—A 'FT)X (Ttr
FOR SHOES. APPLICANTS
MUST BE EXPERIENCED.
AND TO SUCH WE OFFER
SPLENDID OPPORTUNT-I
TIES FOR ADVANCEMENT
APPLY BEFORE 10 A.M.. SU
PERINTENDENT’S OFFICE.
4th FLOOR. S. KANN SONS
CO.
EXPERIENCED
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
Wanted during
SHRINE CONVENTION.
PLEASE REGISTER NOW.
Room No, 1.
722 T2fh as. n.w,
ChfPapMkf and Potomac
- - Teftphon# Company.
HELP—DOMESTIC
rIIAMBKRMAID. waltres*. wanted at Chevy
Uhase. atny nlglita. Phone fleveland 3. **
roo *S «„*" h and iron; settled* woman• S4O
month. 371 W Oliver at., t hevy Uhtae. Cleve.
I'-'——yynerlenced. Apt. .TIM. 18f>H~Tvdr~rd7
VmV K <-^ n K * r r n< ‘ ra J housework: eofered woman.
« * ambrblg*- pi.. (»04»riroTown. •
la'nd K s.."q n ' l SPn ' rsl house worker. Phone Cleve-
UtloK and ge|,a r ,i houseworker. to atay nights
referer.eea required. Clevelaml 1811.
*’hhK want* place; first-floor work. 623 N. H.
TOOK and general houseworker, voting; no
washing or Ironing; must have refeifnce- good
■Kutgee; stay night*. Address Box ISB-K Star
t OOKIXG and general housework, neat uolored
woman: family of three; first-class cltv ref
ereneea required. 1437 Madison at. n.w.' 19-
GKNKRAL HOUSEKKEPEH and plain cook
Apply 144. i Monroe at. n.w. •
[GENEIHL HoUMEWokKEII and help with
children; woman. Adams 2489. 2833 2flth
■f. n.w, IK*
GENERAL HOI’KKWORK—Must have refeT
ences; S4O a month. 1418 Crittenden nw.
Phone Adams 748. .
GENERAL HOUSEWORK In an apartment
colored woman: no washing; city references
required. Call between 8 and 9 p.m. Mrs
Henry. The Altamont, 1901 Wvomlng ave'
n w - 17*
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. cooking- small
family. Phone North 6142, Apt. 81. before
12. •
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER—Must la- expert
oneed; small family: $lO per week; eltv ref
erence* required. Hartung, 2901 l{«h at
Anr. 41.
GENERAL HOI SKWOHKKB-Woman; wage*
*K> ner week Anply No. 16 Adam* at. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, girl; stay nights.
1617 Webster at. n.w. 17*
GENERAL HOUSBWORKBft—Dependable ooD
ored woman: small family; good position. Ap
ply Smith's store. 611 H st. n.e.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK and cooking; re
liable colored girl; stay nights; $lO per week:
reference. 1411 Buchanan st. Phone Col
7809. ia»
GENERAL HOUSEWORK and' cooking; aet
tled colored woman; atay nights. Cleveland
2120. IT*
HOUSEKEEPER—Competent, middle-aged ; 2
In family: eplendld home; reference* required.
Adam* 8407. 17»
MAID, white or colored, reliable, for bachelor
apartments; most he able to do light mending;
give age and experience. Address Box 188-K,
Star office. 17*
MAID, general housework. Cleveland 1662-J.
3720 Jocelyn at.. Chevy Chase. •_
NURSE—In private family; go home nights:
reference*. Phone North 161. Frances. *
NURSE, white, to go Immediately to country
place near Alexandria for summer. Address
Bov 7. Theological Seminary. Va. 18-
NURSE, white, for two children; must have
referenee*. Apply Austrian Legation. 1851
Wyoming ave. 19*
PASTRY COOK, colored; must know how to
make roll* and plea. Apply between 7 and 9
p.m., 1816 14th at. n.w. 18*
WOMAN, refined, white, to assist with the
care of young baby. Apply 4815 low* are.
n-w. 17*
WOMAN with husband; general housework.
Thomas Circle. 1418 M at.
SITUATIONS—MALE.
ACCOUNTANT desires set of hooka to keep
evenings; term* reasonable. Address Box 248-
K Star office. 23*
AUTO MECHANIC, I# years' experience; will
consider change to right party. Address Box
286-K. Star office. tfl*
BOY. 19. wlahes to learn carpenter trade.
Address Box 190-K. Star office. 17*
CARPENTER will do repair work. Cali Frank-
II n 1969, Wilkins.
CARPENTER and brick work, hy dav or
contract: garages and remodeling a apecinitv.
Drop postal. Neff ft Moore. 1901 Ere st n w
—Experienced; contract or Job
blng. 402 O st. n.w. 21*
CHAUFFEUR'S POSlTlON—ls"years' experi
ence. Call Lumas Clark. 10 Defrees st. n.w.
ELEVATOR RUNNER or Janitor —Colored man
wants Job. 10 Paterson sf. n.e.
EVENING WORK desired, any kind, by man,
age 27. Address Box 118-K. Star office. 17*
EVENING WORK, colored boy wants post cion
in prlntery from ■ p.m, * van Inga; experienced.
738 4th fit. n.w. 18*
SITUATIONS—MALE.
CmmUmwdL *
GRADING AND SODDlNG—Experienced turf
work; larffeot kind of Job*. Geo. Fletcher,
renldence 60S iilair court n.e., or call 27
Myrtle at. n.e.
MANAGEH of cifar more, young wan. 3 year**’
experience, deiiires poult Son. Address Dor 241-
K. Star office. *
ft ISA i*' ri'TTKK. experienced, dealrea poai
. lion. Cleveland 2Sfi3. .
PAINTER - Does Job work, first-class. Phone
Lincoln 3418. 17*
! HBCRKTAHY-STENOGRAPHER (social), ex
perienced, young wan desires poaltion; edu
cated at the University of N. t\, O. W. U.
and abroad; exjierlenced In the State Dept.;
1 Instructor. Address Itox 226-K. Star office. IS*
HRCKETARY. confidential; married wan; best
of reference; can travel. Address liox IPO-K,
otMce. 17*
- STENOGRAPHKR-TYPlßT—Ambitious colored
youth, 20, desires riosition. Ralph li. Tibbs,
1811 Mh st. n.w. 17*
► SUPERINTENDENT of construction of build
-1 lugs for owner, realty firm or general con
tractor; have thirty >eara* experience In the
business: can save you money. Address Box
234-K. Rtar office. 10*
‘ I TYPIST STENOGRAPHER, eiier.euced. rec
ommended (young Filipino), open for engage
ment; very moderate st.lary to start. A«l
--drens \b>x Stal* office. 10*
WORK m case or store, experienced colored
1 ad. West HH2 *
SITUATIONS—MALE. FEMALE.
COOK OR NURSE, tnjlier or house man. man
and wife, colored, wish position to leave city.
Box 203-K. Star ofMce. 17*
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
CASHIER work or clerical work at night by
government clerk. Address Box 246-K, Star
office. 2t)*
CASHIER, matron or stewardess; hotel ex
peft; conscientious; by middle aged woman:
•credentials. Address Box IKM\. Stir office. IK*
DRESSMAKER - Mrs. Uoatea; street
oftern'*on, evening g«»wns a specialty; also \e
modcllng. .\'l;;ir.< 3(W>. 2462 Out a rio rd. my I •
DRESSMAKER, experienced, wants position
by day or week. Ask for Miss Robinson.
K-3H T st nwv IK*
• GOVERNESS, French, \r..dies position: one or
♦ two children. -.v»-r a years. Address Box 233-
I K. S>ar office. Us
WOWXH, evening, tailor, apoit; children’a
clothes made; remodeling Allec, I*4l K uw.
I*l tone M;rn I1.V). 23 *
MAID lii doctor** »»r to d<» chaiulsT
1 work, by light colored girl. C all or writ** IHI2
220 dst n.w. _ IK*
NURSE, practical, or companion, experienced,
desires {xtsition. Address Box 110-K, Star
office. * __
NURSE, practical, experienced, competent, de
sire* rase, best ref. Franklin 7935. •_
; POSITION of trust by young southern woman
I suddenly placed in financial reverses. Address
Box 90 K. Star office. 19*
OFFICE ASSISTANT—Accurate typist, stenog
rapher; automobile experience. Address Box
217-.1. Star office * _ |
PRACTICAL NURSE will care for invalid.
Phene N. 8U37. _
ST KNO( ill A I*l IKK wants position. Call West 1
22:>fi 17* j
STENOGRAPHER desires night work; expert ;
stencil culler ami typist. Address Box IM-K, !
St nr office. 17*_ !
j WOMAN, reliable, refined. educated: will read,
j write, market, slo p or act as chaperone; will
j care for children in absence of mother: high
j est reference*: $1 an hour. Address Box
I K. Star office. / |
I SITUATIONS— DOMESTIC.
BUNDLE WASlilNlfs to take liorap, by reli
able oolorn) wtauan; l>est references, 974 Fla.
ive. n.w,
I IIAcfBEUMAID only. by light colored girl,
fall or write 11CO Our at. or ph.nr North 55. *
CHAMBERMAID or nurse; colored girl wants
pl.ee. IWK T st. nw.
CHAIIWItJIAN'. cleaning morning. of any
kind- ref 81 a K «t. n w 17-
t liKANIXO. laundry or cooking, by day or
week, by experiemwd colored woman; refer
ences ilm Ifttli »t n w
CIiEAMMI hr day; reliable colored woman.
IM2 1. at. n.w. IS
COOK —Alao place ■« nurse or mother's hel|>er:
st.y nights, tits 25th st. n.w.
COOK. good, riease call 592 dark court s.w,
I4H st.) |
COOK and laundress; reliable woman wants
place; willing to leave city for summer. 1730
Vermont are, n.w.
COOK, assistant cook or kitchen maid In small
itoarding house. I by settled colored woman.
1910 Itees court n.tv. I**-
TOOK, experienced colored woman. Call at
Ml* IQfli st. n.w. 13*
COOK and laundry, colored, city references;
stay nights. Address 2141 Wyoming ave..
Janitor. *
COOK and baker, settled woman. Holland
descent, would appreciate home. Address Box
227-K. Star office *
COOK ISO In small family in city; colored
woman; stay nights; no laundry. 2030 L st.
n.w.
HAY'S or half day's work or general house
work by colored women. 2200 C.a. are. n w
KAY WoRK. by colored woman. 2300 Dum
bnrton are. West 349 10*
HAY'S WORK by reliable colored woman.
ISOS s st. n.w
HAY'S W<)TtK~wanted 1141 Ist at. n w.
HAY'S WORK or washing to fake home; have
reference. Call or write. 3318 Sherman are..
Apt. 2Q3.
HAY’S WOHK of any kind by reliable girl,
Helen Hairston. 2307 Slienn«n__a_v*u
HAY'S WORK, two or three days weekly, or
maid’s work, by colored girl. 1847 9th st. nw.
HAY'S WoHK wanted: colored woman. Phone
North BOOS.
HAY'S WORK, or morning and evening; col
ored girl. IB3i> 12th st. n.w. 18*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. plain cooking or
every day work; by colored woman with ref
--'es Call 1080 Kalornma road n.w.
OK.NKItAI. HOUSEWORK in apt. and house
eleanlng by the day; two sisters want places.
Phone Potomac 1084 ;
GENERAL HoI'SKWORK or nursing; atay
nights: middle-age colons! woman wants place.
1837 »th at. n.w.
OKNKKAI. HOUSEWORK or cook, by colored
w'tman: experienced. Address 11 It. Union
eonrt n.vr.. Mrs Maggie Hatchet. 18*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK in private family;
( atay nights. 1317 4th st. n.w 18*
GENERAL HOUSEWOBKER. refined coun
try girl, colored; stay or go home nights.
1733 9th Rf. n.w. 17*
GENERAL HOUSEWOIIK by 2 white girls
from Virginia. 226 Third st n.w. M. 1684. *
(JIHI,. colored, wishes work of any kind; ref
erences. 33 Mass. ave. n.w •
HALF HAY'S WORK by tellable colored worn-|
man with references. Col. 7381.
HOUSEKEEPER, widow wishes position; mod
ern private home. Address Box 229-K, Star
office ____ 19*
HOUSEWORK, by reliable colored girl trom
the country; stay or go home nights. Call
lias Helaware ave. s.w. *
HOUSEWORK by colored lady. Please call
302 Clark eonrt s.w. (4V, st.l. * _
I.At’XDRBSS and cleaner, experienced, wants
work; reference furnished. Col. 3102-W. 1543
T st. I
LAUNDRESS. first-class, wants washing at 1
home; three hours' morning work. Phone X. |
! 0038.
I.ACX'HUY to take home; reliable woman.
1231 24tli st. n.w. 18*
LAUNDRY to take home, by colored woman.
2238 (i». ave.
LAUNDRY TO DO AT HOME: all work guar
anteed. 1328 Wallace place n.w. 18*
LAUNDRY WORK at home; first-class work
done; can give references. 2429 M st. n.w.
LAI’XHRY WORK at home; first-class. Poto
mac 1242.
LAUNHRY WORK at home; first-class work.
1934 15th at.
LAUX'HRT WORK, flrat-class. to do at home.
Runny yard. 782 I.amnnt st. n.w. *
LIGHT DUTIES by middle-aged colored wom
an: good home more than money; fine cook.
X. 9011.
LIGHT HOUBEHOLH duties, sewing, etc.;
white woman. 139 Bates st. n.w. 19*
LIGHT HOUSEWORK or nurse, colored. 2041
9th st. n.w. *
LIGHT HOUSEWORK, colored woman; city
references. Tail 1218 Wylie at. n.e
MAH) or general housework; white woman
wants place: small family. X. 5500.
MORNING WORK or get dinners by girl.
Okly Apia.. Apt. 12. rear Bt. Matthew’s
Church.
NURSE, white, care for elderly couple or
child; day work. Address Box 292-K, Star
office. 19*
NURSE. light housework and dish washing;
young colored girl wants place. 1225 Hope
are, s.e.
NURSE. Canadian, for one child: not younger
than two years; experienced: with good city
references. Sarah Adams, 2311 M st. n.w.
West 2582.
NURSES, sll dsy, part time, colored women.
1432 Fla are.
PLACE In afternoon after 8 o'clock by girl.
1410 Corcoran at. n.w.
PLACE TO GET DINNERS or half day's
work, by colored woman. 3318 Sherman are.
n.w.. Apt. 198.
PLACE In hotel, chambermaid or waitress In
case or pantry girls, two nest, experienced
light-colored girls. 1136 21st at. n.w.
PLAIN COOK, neat and reliable; colored
woman: references. 3220 Wisconsin ave. n.w.
Janitor's apt. 19*
WAITRESS or chambermaid: girl wishes place.
Call 636 N. Capitol st.
WASHES to do home; women or men. 1523
Kingman pi. n.w.
WASHING AT HOME or day’s work wanted.
1314 4th st. n.w.
WASHING to take home and cleaning. 1500
4th st. n.w.
WASHINGS, small, out. or at home, by col
ored woman. 237 W st. n.w.
WOMAN, reliable, colored, first-class laun
dress: can give 2 days each week: also wash- l
Ing to take home: bousecleaomg. 2207 Cleve
land pi. n.w. 17* > 1
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
Coatlaged.
WORK by colored woman; four davs’ work of
any kind. Cull West 1201-W. 817 24th st.
n.w. '
WORK of anv kind hr girl. 42<> O st. n.w.
WORK, part tilnq, or laundress by the day.
North 3640. f
RECOMMENDED SERVICE.
Tki following bunivrua concern* have
oeen rfcommrp'ltd to The Star and r/uaran•
ire aatUfaction to Star readers. Any com
plaint found nrrcaaary to be made to The
* will receive prompt attention. For
a d mi e Mon to Recommended Srri'ice Col
vmn*. rail if gin Snap. Branch US.
AUTOMOBILE riAmATOI/ REPAIRING." New
rores in*tallc«i. Weatlnrhonne Battery Berries.
and n n.w. Frank. 2530.
AUTO RADIATOn A.ND FRNDKR
Lainpa. tank*; low price*. TUUKER CO..
oOff John Marshall pi.. *o. courthouse. F. 642 ft.
j CARBON BURNING. 40r cylinder, owner to
I remove plnr* and wire*; froxen cylinder*, cast
ing*. steel and aluminum welded properly; all
work rua ran teed. M M. Coleman. 207 12th
at. n.w. Phone M 4508.
CARPFT CLEANING—Ts you want the b**t
at mo*f re**onah!e price*. Phone W 1 Off.
A merlcan and PnraSnn Rug Co.. 2804 Pa. ave.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER—For economy In
remodeling commit K. C*. BROWER. 4681 Belt
rd. n.w. Estimate*. Clere. 2524.
CARPET CLEANING A\f)* wTSHTNO—Hare
Albert Kahler* & Co. clean your carpet* and
rmra Improved steam carpet cleaners. 852
Md. are. *.w. Phone M. I*oo6. Ehtlmatea
cheerfully given.
CHATRR CANLD. npholaterlnr, porch roegara
rnpnfed. r. A. Armstrong. 1233 10th at. n.w,
rv-nvi( n 74R3.
ELECTRICAL”' WIRING -AN Y SIX - 'ROOM
tv*red 4-omnlefe. with fix fore*. SKT». If.
THOMAS, 1217 2ftfh *t. n.w. Ph. West 2406.
28*
FLOORS CLEANED. POLISHED AND
H.rane.l, A. F. ZIMMERMAN CO.. Rl7 North
Can 1 to! st. UrnnkD- I^2-W 26*
FI«**Oll FINISHING—FIoors of l»e*t linrdwo<*l
Installed, cheaper than linoleum: old floor*
renovated .1. L. Price. ftlJ .If h st. n.w.
FrsnVPn 73*13- W
lIT OOTJ RITTNISIIING. INTERIOR AND
I e»-fer’. r bv expert IPo lifllitCK PAUI/
]vp|»rVF Mti, *t. Tel F. *VTO9 1«*
‘ KOlio R i-iP.XI RING. i;.\D».Vi«t|| PKPAIKINO
«tel*ar *G Garage. Fort Dealer.**
I 111 !2rh at. ne. Phohe Lincoln 01*00.
J F*f’AMK”fI?)USES HUlf7r~oirWoßK "AND
| moral colPntfs W. P WATKINS. Franklin
| .
FURNITURE UPHOI-STEP. ED. REPAIRED
I* American and French cretonne*, also linen and
Imitation linen** for slip cover*. Reasonable
prlcea. Intimate* chnc-follv given. Sent for
| and returned free. TITTENBOR. 1421 Bth
j n.w. V 7702.
FURNTTURB irepaired - ’and”fenphoUtcred ~
| tape**fry. velour and leather: reasonable e*tl
-1 irate*. Altman. 1404 N. Cap. *t. North 9291.
I KEYS DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT.
j 23c 809 Oth at. n w.. bfivement.
! k f. Vs. nr ; Pi.tir\ttTkkys, 2r. tents. m*<i»
j n-hife von wait. Turner A dark. 1233 New
| York ave. n.w. Basement. F 300.*.,
mattiTess - MAKING AND R K NOV A
j Bpcci*i| f.,r soring cleaning—Ma»tresaea box
j aprlngfi. iron fratne springs. « , uablons and pll-
Ilow* renovated nt special price*. Special fl»|«
we**k-—Mattreawes renovated. 82.50. Columbia
Redding Co,. 016 E st. n.w. Phone Main 5528,
• MATTRESSES AN D“" PI LI MS renovated at
mo«t reaaonable price*. ua call, give eatl
, mate. Prompt drfiveriea and aaMsfaction as
i sored. Eagle Bedding C'o.. 1128 7th at. n.w.
! M»ln 7992
j PAINTER AND PAPERHAVOKR. T. E HOB
f SON. Be«f work, lowest pri**e*r prompt aerv
41ft G n w Phone Ma n 6706.
J PAINTING time approaches. We will be glad
to estimate on your interior and exterior paint
ing W 1 ep you think of pnlntln" think of
Carow A Fry. 1011 IT st n.w, Main 1261.
PAPFRIIANGING Hcsxonatde no de
lay: c«*ml workmanahln: reasonably. Enfer
pr‘«* Decorator Co.. 1620 14tb at. n.w. North
4051 intls*
PAPKItnANGiyG SEE ME BEFORE HAT
Inc that pa penng dun*. I can rave you
money J R SEARS. 630 New York ave
n.w. North 2030.
PAPERHANGING—Roonia papered. $7 and up.
A. T. George. 220 12th st. s.w. Telephone
Franklin 625
PAPKRIIAVOING AND TAINTING _H. e'
rhil!ir>«. 227 2nd ».e. Line. 3368. Quirk,
efficient (‘(•rvire. giixr. work: rea»nn«bl. pricp*.
mv!4*
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING, room, p»-
] p.rnd, 16 up. Inferior and painting
gt lownut prion*: ill wnrk cu«r»n»«>d Mnf
ropnl'tan Hue. Co.. 427 G «t. n.w. Frank. 860.
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING Phnnographi
repaired by nxpnrt: part* for all makna ma
chinnr. Franklin 597. V 809 9th at. nw.
PIANG TUNING. $2; piano and player
In*. Spn.ke 4k Spriggln. 922 N. T. are. n.w.
Main 5616
PIANO TUNING—Piano* and playnra re
paired. refiulahad and rebuilt by .killed work
men. Plano Inning. $2. Sohaefer. Sanderaon
Plano Cn . 644 H at. n.e. Lincoln 10K7.
PLUMBING. HEATING A?fl> TINNING.'
‘‘Have It Done Right—Get Uaaey.” 8207 14th
at. n.w. Columbia 1551831.
PLUMBING AND HF.ATIXO—John H. Onerin,
412 E Tap. at. Lino 3417 —Steam and hot
wafer healing, plumbing, boiler and power
plant*. Found reliable for 25 year*
PLUMBING AND TINNING. JOBBING IS
our apeolalty. Quirk service In emergency
cnaea. When vou think of plumbing, think of
CAROW A URt. 1011 H at. n.w. Main 1261.
PRINTINo —< ompfete printing «ervn-e. writ
tng. Illuafratlns. cbmpnaltlon and preaawork:
high-grade commercial work. Uolumblgn Prlnt-
Ing To.. Inr. 815 14th at. n.w M. 4250.
lIKFBIttTHATOR REPAIRING DON'T
thr«*r swsy your old refrigerator; let me re
pair and reline It as good a* new. M. ISIS.
Tinning and Roofing. M. 7610. 868 9th n.w
RUG WEAVING—RUGS REWOVEN FROM
worn carpet*, durable and cheap. OLD LAU
REL ECLIPSE. 809 10th at. »w. Frank. 8977.
ap2o*
SEWING MACHINES CLEANED, REPAIRED
and adjusted; all makea; part* for ell make*;
work guaranteed In writing for ont year. Op
penhelmer'a Shop Unique, Waablngton'a oldeat
eetvlng machine dealer*. Bth and E at* n.w.
TINNING AND HEATING, roof repairing and
painting; all work guaranteed; eatimatea fur
nished . Call Lincoln 6414. L. L. Rollins.
1852 K st. s.e. 17»
TRUNK REPAIRING. Mint* reiwlra tmat*.
leather bag*, ladle*' handbag*, etc. Call or
phone Mints. 938 F at. Main 3688.
WINDOW and vacuum cleaning: general clean
ing contractor*. Ideal Window and Vacuum
Cleaning Uo., Inc. M. 5258. 904 11th n.w.
WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES. Good qual-
Ity opaque shade* fitted to your window*. 85c.;
the beet quality of opaque al ade*. $1.15; knag
free We call wltb samples. Kleebiatt, lltk
and H at*, ne. Llncoln_B79 ; _ zsr=a
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTIQUES, all vinda; oeat price* paid. A. 1
r. Arnold. 1323 G at. Main 8178.
! BOOKS- We buy fiction, arhool. college, mla
cellaneons books, dictionaries, standard aets
and encyclopedias. Send or list books. Pearl
mau's Boot Ship. 933 G at. n.sr. Ft. 5418.
CLOTHING—Highest prices 1*1(1 for men's
cast-off clothing; will call. Phone Franklin !
2386. D. 1-azarnff. 629 1) st. n.w. J
CLOTHING Army and Navy clothing and
boots : highest price* paid. Call Franklin 1290.
CLOTHES—WiII pay highest price* for ladles'
and men’* worn clothe*. Write or phone D.
Bteln. 1308 7th at. n.w. : phone North 499.
i CLOTHING—WiII call In my unlettered auto
i mobile, city or suburb*, and pay you higheat
prices for ladles', gentlemen’s, children'* dl*-
carded clothing of all descriptions. Address
postal or phone. I will call. W. Rice. 1332
7th at. n.w. North 1755.
CLOTHING Highest prices paid for men's
and boys' worn clothing and shoes. G. Llcbt
man. N. 8315. 1744 7th at. n.w.
DIAMOND, not over one carat; must be rea
sonable; spot caul. Phone N. 7168,
DIAMONDS, old gold, silver, bought for cash.
Louis Abrahams. 815 G st. n.w.
FEATHER BEDS and furniture. Beat prices
paid. Square Deal Furniture Co., 501 Eye n.w.
Plume Main 5636.
FURNITURE—We buy household furniture
and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor
age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D
sts. n.w. M. 6306.
FURNITURE—If you have any furniture or
other goods to sell, and you want to obtain
best results, send for Louis Notes, 814 K st.
n.w. I'bone Fiank'.ln 2015.
FURNITURE and mlaeeUaneons article*
bought and sold. Best prices paid. Prompt
attention. The Amer. Household Co.. 718 12th
st. n.w. Franklin 3403. -17*
FURNITURE of all kinds, including rugs, car
pets. brio a-brao. etc. Call Frank. J 76.
FURNITURE—N Klrateln, 320 Bth at. n w.;
all kinds of furniture wanted. Phone Franklin
6080.
FURNITURE—HIGH CASH PRICES FOR
furniture of all kind*; office furniture a
sjierialty. 630 Mass, ave. n.w. Frank. 6183.
FURNITURE, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M.
1282 for wagon or have me call. ‘‘Weachler,"
920 Pa. ave. n.w.
FURNITURE— Two young men want to buy
enough furniture to outfit five-room apartment.
Phone Franklin 1539-J. 17»
FITKNITUKB —Would like to buy enough fur
niture fur large home Call Franklin 6144. 17*
FURNITURE of all kinds wanted immediately,
as a whole or odd pieces. Lincoln 5688. 19*
FURNITURE —in immediate need of furniture
for an 8-room bouse; will buy as a whole or
add piece*. Call Franklin 3785.
FURNITURE —If you want to obtain beat re
mits for your furniture and other miscel
laneous. call M. Shapiro, 000 Lou’dana ave.
k.w. Franklin 3785.
FURNITURE enough for 9-room house want-'
ed Immediately; will buy as a whole or odd
pieces. Kindly call Franklin 6469.
GOLD, stiver, watches, diamonds and eld
Jewelry needed In our mfg. dept. Full cash
value paid. Bcllnger’a. 820 F at.
JEWELRY, diamonds, gold, silver, platinum
and artificial teeth. D. Alpher. 907 O at. n.W.
Main 2875. ;_ >
PIANOS and Vlctrolas, old gold, silver, lla*
monds and Jewelry. A. F. Arnold, 1323 G
at. n.w. Main 8173.
PIGGLY WIGGLY STOCK wanted. Evergreen
Mines. Renco Film, Miller Train Control. A.
L. Delbcl, Boatmen's Bank bldg.. St. Louis,
Mo '
STOCK —On# share Departmental Bank atock.
Must he cheap for calk. Addreaa Box 81-K,
Star offlea. tt*
PERSONAL.
I ELECTRIC likrH MASSAGE FOR EXCBR
alvc fat. nerve trouble, lumbago rheumatism.
ete. Graduate mirae*ycolored I. X. 6985-J. 22*
GENTLEMAN DESHU3R PRIVATE DANCING
Instruction* Addreaf Box 282 K. Star office.
CLOTHES WANT#)- HIGHEST PIUCFS
paid for men's worn Ibilliiag, shoe*, etc. Auto
j calls, prompt service. Main 4145. JUSTH'b
• OLD STAND. 619 IJId n.w.
iWE ARE VOW PITYING $2 TO 810 FOR
men’s and ladles' uafd aults. Our prlcea for
old clothing are the biggest. Wash. Clothing
Exchange. 033 D st* a«w. Piione Main 8378.
RATS. BEDBUGS. # ROACHES. FLEAS: IN
ataut result*. GEORGE F, SAPP. 227 Mary
land building. Franklin 2991. apr3o*
PIIYSIOTireHAPY AND ELEUTROTHBR-
I «py scientifically given. For appointment,
I phone />ofth 647.
LADY '
WANTS ENGLISH LESSONS.
2905 Columbia road.
■ HOME FOB AGED.
Invalids and rest cure; special diet; night
and uayjnme North 7963. 1724 20th at. B.W.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
The Star requires from
advertisers in this column
references and a detailed
statement of their proposition.
BEACH HOTEL with 40 room* and several
xmall cottage*. 3 yra. old. on 5 acre* of land
abmg bathing beach; one of the be*t paying
properties on Chesapeuke hay. Will sell at u
barguiu on good term* to right party. Owner
engaged in other iHisiness requiring full time.
Only re*|>oaslble parties need Inquire. Address
Boy loo.J. star office.
RESTAURANT cafeteria, Mt Pleasant; rent.
$12.1, including 4-room and l>#th apt. above;
prreo $3,500; doing $75 i«t day; 5-year lease.
1417 K at. n.w.. suite 394-305.
ROOMING House, centrally located; electric
ity; rent. $59: Income, $185; price right to
quick buyer; cash or payments. Address Box
2HO-K K;«r office IS*
ROOMING HOUSE. 10 rooms. 3 baths; well
furnished; electricity; paying investment. For
jiw** > ia«‘ion address Box 2H9-K. Star office. *
t AFKTKRIA, and a fountain and candy store
tor sal*-, in heart of business district; doing
line bind ness; if you liave $5,000 cai.li come
ill and «-iy .i« 1417 K at. nw. siol- ;;-G-:ti>s.
GASOJ.I.NE and accessory station -- Splendid
n.w I oa ion: fully stocked and equipped: do
ing large business; two drive-ins; long lease
with option to purchase property; price,
j M 0.500. Address Box 314-K. Star office. 18*
j TEAROOM, near loin st. and i 01. rd. —Rooms
above pay rent of entire building; fine equip
ment: wonderful future; price onlv $990. Ad
dress Box 2H4-K. Star office. 18•
(TOAR STORE for aale; could lie used for
other business; good location. Call Columbia
19297. *
$450 WILL BUY my well paying lunchroom;
also consider honest man as partner, with or
without experience. 221 4th at. s.e., near
I’a ave. •
NEAR-BEER BAIA>ON for sale; doing good
business; good reason for selling. Address
Box 232 K. Btsr office.
CIGAR BTOHE OR STAND, business section,
wanted; will pay Jl.isaj cash. Address Box
242 K. Star office. s
COLORED BARBER"sHOR. 1332 You at. n.w.;
liest offer ovx-r $1,090; i-usli preferred: leaving
city soon. Apply Nathaniel W. Hills, same
address.- !*•
ROOMING HOUSE, good location: 28 rooms.
3 liatlis. Apply between 0 and 6 p.m. 620
I’ll. aye, n.w. 21*
SECY.-TRKAB. for Washington real estate
Corporation: must invest from $5,000 to $20,000
and give full lime service. Address Box 219-
■I. Star office. •
WANTED—A case in an apartment bouse.
Address Box 249-K, Star office. •
DOLL STAND, candy stand, lunch stand and
bowling alley to lot at Chevy Chase Lake for
season of 1923. Apply J. W. Wood, King Pin
Bowling Alleys. 14th nt.d Monroe.
FoK SALE—cleaning and dyeing estahlish
ment. Fur information phone Col. 8955. 19*
WILL SELL two shares Commercial Loan and
Finance Corporation stock at reduction. Ad
dressee 18*
GROCERY and meat business; best money
maker in northwest. Will sell cheap, as owner
is leaving city. Investigate this bargalnl
Address Box 291-K. Star office. •
WANTED Party with $>,909 who understands
merchandising, can make $10,990 annually;
stand full investigation; trirfl given before lo
ve sGiwmC^^Addre*s_Jlox_224Jv ;^Blar_offlce \
LUNCHROOM—3 schools In immediate vlcin- i
Ity. Will sacrifice If sold at once. Call N. !
8241. Mr llsller. 17* \
POOL ROOM and cigar stand, luqulre 2126
Pa. ave n.w. Phone West 359.
ENTIRE BUILDING for rent, 737 7th st. n.w.
Bee Mr. Kahn at 617 7th st. n.w. 1
BOOMING HOUSE. Tt rooms; centrally im j
rated: paying investment. Address Box 181-K, '
Star office 22* :
BUTTER, egg and coffee routes; six-day de
livery. with late Ford delivery, starter, etc.. !
$1,290 cash; average tIO dally profit; well es
tablished. Address Box 187-K, Star office. 17*
KKBTAUKANT MAN wanted to operate small
restaurant. Living quarters furnished. No
capital required from responsible party. John
H. Wright. 921 15th st. Main 3397.
NAVY YARD GARAGE, 9th and M s.e.—Will
lease room, suitable for battery service station
or radiator and fender man 18*
ROOMING HOUSE wanted at once. Will pay
cash. Address Box 191-K. Star office. 18*
DUPLICATING and office service business
clearing $250 monthly; will inventory $2,300;
offered lI'.OUO, caih or terms; excellent paying
proposition. Address Box 192-K. Star office.
GIFT SHOP and tea room for sale, completely
and artistically furnished; old mahogany and
other antiques; In Pennsylvania town, with
girl*' college and fashionable boarding school;
In Cumberland valley: on Lincoln Highway;
term Icaae; bargain. Addreu Box 306-J. Star
office. •
FOR SALE—Excellent 14th at. location; four
blocks sooth of Park rd.; delicatessen and
lunchroom: seven-yewr lease, at $175 per
month; $l5O average daliy business; price.
sl3.Ota). Price Includes stock of fixtures, etc.
Address Box 103-K, Star office. IT*
FOR SALE—Retail grocery tnd meat market,
located on lower Pennsylvania ave. n.w. This
Is an old-established stand; has an average of
$l5O dally business, both cash and telephone
trade. Price includes stock, fixtures; also
new Ford delivery truck. Good lease at $75
Ser month. This is a buy at $9,500. Addreaa
ox 274 K. Star office. 17*
GOOD meat market for sale; will aacrlflce to
quick buyer; must leave town. Call West
2517. 19*
FOR RALE—Grocery store in thriving section
of Arlington county, between Washington and
Alexandria, close to Potomac yards; two de
livery trucks: will sell at Inventory; cheap
rent; ill health of owner only reason for sell-
I Ing. Further particulars of John D. Nor
moyle. Alexandria. Va. Phone Alex. 564.
DON'T FOOL your time away In a bad loca
tion; look at store 2.506 14tb at., the densest
population in the city; car atop in front; floe
for barber shop, beauty parlor, dyeing and
cleaning or any business. Frank B. Altemus,
| 274- 14th at.
I CIGAR. NEWS STORE, graphophone, military
supplies, etc.; in prominent Virginia town;
little opposition; owing to other Interests, sell
for $5,000.
Grocery afore, Rrookland section, where busi
ness Increasing dally; owing to 111 health, sell
reasonable.
Rooming house, handsomely furnished, on
Columbia rd. west of 18th at.; gold mine at
$800; 11 r. * 2 b.. etc.
N. E. RYON CO., INC.,
Main 4697. 1423 F Bt.
WE WILL LOAN FROM SIOO TO S3OO ON
D. C. REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD
GOODS OR CHATTELS: 7 PER CENT IN
TEREST: COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN
OUR METHOD OF MAKING SMALL LOANS.
COMMERCIAL LOAN AND FINANCE CORPO
RATION, ROOM 211, 821 16TH ST. N.W.
SYSTEM COPYRIGHTED AND PATENT
PENDING.
S7O0 —Rooming house. 12 rooms, 2 baths;
good location; cheap rent; S2OO cash.
ssso—Rooming house, II rooms, 2 baths.
ssoo—Rooming house, 10 rooms; rent, $75.
ssoo—Rooming house. 8 rooms; rent, $27.
$690 —Rooming house. 10 room*; modern;
located near Dupont Circle; S4OO cash
$990 —Rooming bouse, 16 rooms; rent, sllO.
$1.200 —Rooming house, 22 rooms; rent, $113;
good lease; central; SIOO cash required.
$659 —Grocery and 2 rooms; rent, $25.
SBS0 —Grocery Ind 6 rooms; rent, SSO.
SI,OO0 —Grocery and 7 roams; rent, $45.
s2.ooo—Grocery and 8 rooms; rent. SBS.
s2.«!oo—Grocery and 5 rooms; rent. $35.
s4,2oo—Grocery and meat bus.; rent. $42.
sl.lO0 —Confect and fountain and 7 rooms;
rent. $45; good business; big bargain.
sl.7oo—Confect, and fountain and 4 rooms.
s3.soo—Confect, and fountain and 5 rooms
s7oo—Meat and vegetable bus.; rent, S3O
SI,OO0 —Meat and vegetable bus.; rent. $35.
$350 —Lunch, good corner: lease; rent, $22.
sßs9 Lunch; good bus.; cheap rent.
sl.so9—Lunch, business section: rent cheap;
good bus.; a sacrifice; SB9O eaah.
% $759 Cigar and newsstand: rent, $35.
SBS0 —Cigar and news and 4 rooms; rent, SSO;
4-ycar lease; big bargain.
$530 —Near-beer and lunch; 7 room*: rent.
s7s* good business; Mg bargain.
S4O0 —Tailoring business; central; a sacrifice.
It. M. CURTIS. MAIN 8943. MAIN 7773.
216 Machinists’ bldg.. Oth and Mass. ave. n.w.
Marshall Business Brokers
Boarding house, 16 rooms; near 13th and K
at*. Price. $1,400.
Rooming house on 12th st. near K; 13 rooms,
5 baths; rent, SIOO. Price. $1,400.
Rooming bouse, near 11th and K sts.; 12
rooms; well furnished. Price, $1,350.
Note this bargain—Rooming house of 18
rooms; downtown; divided into apt*., bath In
each apartment: price of furniture and busi
ness, $650; worth $1,200.
Dairy lunch; equipment good as new: steam
table and other modern fixtures; marble-top
tables; 3 living rooms; lease. Price, $1,200.
Lunchroom opportunity for lady. Price,
$450.
Grocery and meats, new and np-to-date fix
tures; inspection invited; rent, S3O. Bargain
at $2,500.
Small store in suburbs; rent, sls. Price,
SSOO.
If you want to sell a business of any kind,
list with our successful and dependable offices,
wbere hundreds of place* are sold.
Marshall Business Brokers
m w. T. a*.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
■ ' (»■«!»■>«.
AUTO HI’PPLY an<l *iih fill In* station: buay
14th at.:- a bargain to clone a partnership.
Mala 3037 »
G. B, LIKENS.
AT SAC RIFICE—ROOM ING
house, 12 rooms; downtown,
electricity. Owner, called out of
city, must sell at once. Price,
$950. Marshall Business Brok
ers, 929 New York ave.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS.
A KOI.I AN - V OCAUON,' coat 1250. sell fir,.
1341 FieriCs ave. n.w. IK*
BABY CARRIAGE, Whitney make, blaeh, re
versible lifKljr. $lO. 1121 K at. r e •
HABY STROLLER. reed top, cheap 1209 La
munt Kt. n.w. Phone fol. 8296-J. IK*
MU'YOLK. girl's. slightly taosl. Inquire 2927
M .t,
BICYCLE, girl's model; practically new; will
sacrifice. Col. H 023.
BOILER—IdeaI 8-36-5 boiler; tirst-ciaas con
dition. People's Drug Store warehouse, Ist
end llecatnr ala, n.e.
BUILDING MATERIALS of Perkins residence',
1701 Conn, ave., ar reduced prices, consisting
of stone, brick, roof tile, mantels, quarter oak
stairs, panel walnscoatlng. flooring. sheathinir.
studding. Jolafa. quarter .>ak doors and win
dow*. complete with trim; several thousand
feet of piping end large steam boiler, good as
new. Salesman on ground. IK*
BUILDING MATERIALS from our immense
wreeklng operation*—from Army camps, wreck
ing Jot* throughout the city and surplus ssirs
throughout the country—Permit us to offer you
new and salvaged materials at a wonderful
saving: Lumber, windows, toilet outfits, sinks,
brick, furnaces, boilers, lavatories, electric fix
tures, assh. doors, bath tut*. NOTE TUKSE
I PRICES: New bathroom outfit, complete, $69.
I Wallboard, per «q. ft., reelalraed. random
I lengths. 1c: reclaimed, regular lengths, I‘xc;
brand-new. 3c; Plrepruf Rock hoard, brand
. new, per sq. ft.. 3' je. Cantonment sash, 34x
! 34Vi. 0 lights, sl. Rooting. "Capitol,” mfgd.
(by Certalnleed Co., new. 1 ply, *1.25; new, 2
j ply, *1 75; new. 3-ply. *2.25 Verloinleed Co.'s
■ shingles, "Four-ln-one." new, per square,
*5- Shovel. 59c; piek, tide; rake, 69..;
i eolnbinatlon, ail three, *1.75. Government
I lanterns, 69c. Gaa-heater, brand new. "Atlas.''
25-f;. double copper coll. $11.75: kltehen boll
er. 30-gallon, new. $8.50. SIDNEY HECK-
I.VGKR HOUBEWRECKI.VG COMPANY. Camp
Meigs. 3th and Florida ave. n.e. Mam office.
6th and C sis. s.w. Salesmen at either office
will fill your bill of material without loas of
time.
111 KEAU—Solid mahogany, large mirror,
good condition; reasonable In priee; no dealers
need apply Call 2212 R at. n.w. IK*
CAMPING OUTFIT, tent, two rots, two f.dn
ing chairs, table, nursery refrigerator. Apply
4-102 Kansas are, n.w. > 17#
CANOES—DEMPSEY'S BOATHOUSE, 58th and
K ats. n w.; large consignment of Oldtown
canoes for sale; also some private canoes. In
quire Boathouse office. 29*
CASH REGISTER, National; elec, operated.
3 clerks totals, receipt printer, ]c to $99.99.
good condition: bargain. Apply Cigar Store,
503 11th st. n.w. 17*
< HIFFONIEIt. oak; six large drawers: sls for
quleksnlh West 17K0. •
CLOTHES—Workingmen, the shrewd buyer la
the man who gets the best value for the small
est price. Come In and see our .slightlv worn
suits. $5 up Justh’s old Stand. 019 ~D n.w.
COAL RANGE. large gas range, feather tied*.
brass bed. 1113 Mass, ave. n.w. 19*
j COAT SUIT, dresses, evening gown, size Id;
| cape, dresses, size 3K; fur. shoes Bargains
j 1825 F st. Apt. 10. Franklin 3395. »
' DESKS, several flat-top oak. typewriter desk,
j office chairs, typewriters and one Remington
hilling machine. 714 12th st. n.w.
j DIAMOND KINO, lady a; coat $123; In pawn
I for $45. Will sell ticket for S2O. Address
J Box 25*-K Star office. •
{ DIAMOND It I NO—IH-karat, white gold, 3
atones, $90.00; worth $130.00. One platinum
Dinner King, with 7 diamonds. $133.00: worth
j $200.00. Call tonight after « p.m. or Wedues
| day before 11 a.m IM>9 Ingieside ter. n.w.
j DIN INO ROOM IABj.E. solid American wal
nnt fop, 42-loch, roniparaflvely new; reason
able. Apt. 512, Rutland Courts, after 6 p.m.
I or Sunday. 17»
j DINING TABLE, oak; 4 chairs, buffet. $35 428
j Kth at. s.w.
I EQUIPMENTS AND SUPPLIES for hotels,
I cafea. butcher*, bakers, stores, etc.; refrlg
'- erator builders. The Siero Co., (£25-631 La.
I >rg - n.w. Telephone Main 250.
1 FLOOD LIGHTS. Crouae-HJnda make: brand
j new, with globes, IK-Inch diameter. *17.30
i each; worth SSO: incubators, biological, for
I physicians, English and American makes; sls
■ etch: purchaaed from U. H. Medical Depart
j ment, Washington Wholesale House, 926 Pa.
ave. n.w
FULL DRESS SUIT, almost new; size 36;
bargain. Phone Columbia 9604. IK*
FURNISHINGS, complete for 3-room apart-
Pelham Courts, 105. 18*
FURNITURE—4 pieces white wicker, with
cushions; $25; X white Wicker, 42 In. table,
$10: 1 davenport, tapestry cover, S4O: music
cabinet, $6; Martha Wash. Table, $3. Apt.
TOOK. Wardman Park Hotel. 18*
FURNITURE, piano, etc.; leaving city. 1349
Oak st. n.w Onl. 3232 |s*
FURNITURE—Living room, liedroom and odd
pieces, desks, rug", etc.; excellent condition.
The Ambassador. 16th nn d s n w ]k»
FURNITURE. SBOO dining-room suite. American
walnut. Italian design, for $250. 16 Flower
ave., Takoma Park; phone 1097. 19*
FURNITURE- -Cash, credit. Special discount
for cash. Bare money, buy at II op wood'a, Bth
and K «ti.
GAS DOME for sale, very reasonable. Ap
ply 1410 C st. n.e. a
GAS FIXTURES for seven-room house. 177 S
Church st.
GAS RANGE, $10; refrigerator, enameled in
aide, $8; player-piano rolls, tell or exchange
Pot. 903-W. ;7»
GAS STOVE, bed. graphophooe, small refrig
erator: cheap. 435»4 Tenn. ave. n.e. 18*
GAS RANGES, all porcelain, and other* Just
arrived; ran save you one-fourth and more on
same Quality; Investigate; two. S9O Scoffs,
$43 each. 626 G st. n.w. jo*
GAS RANGES, good as new; all rtyles; guar
anteed; less than half price; why pay more?
new ranges: reduced price. J. W. Williams.
809 6th n.w. Main 2986 4*
GASOLINE PUMP and tank; ''Bowaer'* 5-gal
lon-stroke pump and 650-callon tank: like new;
|eaa than halt price. United Statea Storage
Co.. 418 10th at. n.w.
GENUINE HUMAN HATH SWITCHES. REG
ular sl2 value, $6. Phone Col. 9803.
HORSE, wagon, harness, cart for sale. 470
E at. a.w. J7»
HORSES AND MARES, FIVE; 3 WAGONS
1 surry. Rear 476 Pa ave. nw. • '
HOT-WATEK HEATER. Pittsburgh Instanta
neous, No. 55. SSO. Col. 1965.
KIMBALL player-piano, cost $700; msuogsnv;
good condition. Apt. 108, West Clifton Ter
race. •
KITCHEN RANGE, new Baltimore; hot
water back; good baker; cheap. 706 Bth' at.
n.e. •
LIVING-ROOM SET. 3-plece; tapeatrv mahog
any; very reasonable. Apt. 29, 1069 Col. rd
n.w. Phone Col. 516. •
MEN'S “CITS. 3 —Elegant taller made, large
size, excellent condition. Cost $163 each—
sell for sl9 each—bargain. 1203 Girard
at. n.w. •
MOTOR BOAT, 22 feet. 4-h.p.. light, fast.
*250; bargain. See Harry Bally, boathouse,
Bennlng.
MOTOR BOAT. No. 4196. will be sold at pub
lic auction April 20 at Cumberland boathouie,
5 p.m. 20*
MOTOR CYCLE, Harley-Davison; must be
sold; SBS or best cash offer. 212 Llnworth pi,
s.w. •
OFFICE FURNITURE AND INK—Save money,
bay direct from factory. Agent. H. W. Pitt*
Room 201. 1811 O at. n.w. Main 8068.
ONE-PIPE FURNACE, two registers, at a
sacrifice: uaed only two years; comfortably
hented ten rooms; remodeling Into spartmenta
reason for telling. Address Box 190-H, Star
office.
PARLOR SETT. (5-plece); brass bed; National
bicycle. Call Col. 3549. •
PIANO—High-grade practice, $75; Weber. I
$100; Knabe. $75. A. F. Arnold, Auct. 1323
G at. n.w
PIANO, Estey; good condition; price. SB3.
Phone Cleve. 969- W. •
PLASTER BOARD. 2V»c ft. H. W. Smith,
323 Ist st. n.w. 22*
PLAYER-PIANO, like brsnd-new; cost $830;
bench and rolls; a bargain for quick sale, $295.
A. F. Arhold. Auct.. 1323 G st. n.w.
PORTIERES —Handsome, five pairs; will sell
by pair or lot; must he seen to be ap
predated: reasonable Franklin 2959. 19*
I PURE. NEW Vermont maple augar. 2 o*.
rakes, 50c per lb.; 1-lb. rakes, 45c; post paid,
fourth aone. Cash with order. T. Dick Ken
dsll, R. F. D. 1. North Troy, Vt. •_
RADIO RET, converted Signal Corps radio art.
one tube, for sale cheap. Main 8406 18*
REFRIGERATOR, $7; kitchen table, $3; two
oak chairs, $4; old style wslnut sideboard.
$lO. 87 Yon st. n.e. North 1202-W. ;
SAXAPHONE—C melody, with case; never
used; very reasonable. North 4011-W. 19*
SET DINING ROOM FURNITURE, no deal
ers. 1107 6th st. n.w. .•
SETTEE, leather, and armchair, sl6; no deal
ers 320 B. Capitol at. •
SEWING MACHINES—AII makes, aoid, rented,
repaired; motors for any make; hemstitching;
rrapbophooes and repairs, all makes. Larkin.
813 Pa. are, a.a. Liao. 275. Open evenings.
SEWING MACHINE—Save money, buy our
slightly used machines at SB. $lO, sl2 and
sl3; all machines guaranteed to be in perfect
sewing order; come snd see them. Capitol
Sewing Machine Exchange, 25 11 st. n.w.
Franklin 37T8, IK*
SIDEBOARD, small, antique, mahogany; also
card table. 2823 X at. n.e. •
SUIT MATERIAL, high-grade Scotch wool.
3V4 yds. by 60 In. wide; will sell below cost,
bargain. J. ». Warrington, care of Union
Iron Work* Co.. 212 12th st. n.w. »
TOOLS, carpenter "and cabinetmaker's, for
sale. App'y 522 19th st. s.e. 18*
FOR SALE-t-MISCELLANFOTTS.
' raatlassl. *»
II I'E" II ITERS Underwood. Remingtons,
Royals L. C. Smiths. Monarchs. Corona*.
\ (K)dstorks. Olivers. Remington Monarchs,
Smith Premiers, all of the above typewriters
I are late models, guaranteed: Shipman A Ward
factory rebuilt Underwoods guaranteed five
! ;/’ ar *v 10 «I«F* f ree trial; $3 down delivers
I *?*• “hove machines to your home. Federt 1
lypewriler Exchange. 715 H st. n.w. Main
J sIL 20*
ll' j.k" lIITEHS, Underwood and Monarch, In
j gHlfl condllion. 714 12th ,«t. n.w.
111 EVk RII ER New No, 5-14 Underwood.
I ' l<lllp - Address IP.* 259-K. Star office. 10*
TIPEWHITEU. Royal Standard, No. 3; also
roll-top writing desk; call after 5 p.m. 1817
4e st. S.W. . 18*
TYPEWRITER Rental Service. 2301 lit it
n.w. N "£th -664. Underwood. L. C. S.. Rem..'
K i.r , rrK ’- 3 fo*- In adv.. $8.25, 6
mos.. sl., Rebuilt typewriters for sale. Terms
K.'nVii" o ,n . ”'•***- repaired, over
hauled, rebuilt, bought, told and rested; no
Job too big, too difficult or two small; quick
action: thorough, guaranteed, expert work-
E at. n.w. Franklin 6485.
TYPEWRITER—Remington, No. 10, very floe
condition. $25. Col. 293-W. iq«
, T3l’EiyillTEKS, all makes sold and rentedT
I Low prices. Buy on $5 monthly payments. Have
money on portables. Washington Typewriter
Exchange. Mutual Fire Ina bldg . 1801 l|
ri.iv. h rack Kll4 Quick out service mvl*
VHTROI.A RECORDS For quick sale. S4O
worlli. good selection. S2O. Adams 1395 •
VId'KOLA and 23 or 80 recoroi' 753 Prince
ton plai-e n.w.
WALL PAPER, new styles
to 40 per cent on every dollar: room lota, S' 1 -
se.mp.e liooks mailed on request. Mahoney'*'
324 l*a. ave. s.e.
WALL PAPER SALE—Oatmeal. 12 Wc aid
l ie per piece; fine wall paper at 7He. 10c and
lop. Enterprise Decorating Co., 1629 14th
•t. n.w. •
WICKER SET. 3-piece; Englander couch, ro
frigerator. rug. gate-leg table, kitchen table, 4
chairs, chiffonier, dishes, kitchen utensils • rea
sonaMe. 1812 K st.. apt. 702; after 6 p.m
AND STOItK FIXTURES. BAM
-ILB FLOOR AND COUNTER OASB9 AT
PTEUIAL PRICES. "BUT AT THE FAC
TORY. ' RUSE A CO., 809 LOW BT.. BAt-
TIMORE. MD
~ JUST RECEIVED. '
J Statr-j* poahampse, wacor«
rf*f rljfprators, Üb>s, cotH, wheelbt:
rows and m a chin cry.
WASIiIXiJTOV SALVAGE CO.,
AMERICAN TTrEWfUTBR^O^
1431 East Capitol at., rent, sell, repair and
buy all makea. Stands free. Open erealacv
Line. 3081.
\ ICTOK \ ICTHoLA - . sM>*. lik»* new: Vic -
CHESTNUT POSTS.
Suitable for chicken yard, garden, grape ar
bor: G-foot length. 20 cents each: 8- foot. 25
cents each, delivered. Send order to H. L*
Minar. 412 Eranw bJdg,
‘ PROUTY
SODA FOUNTAINS AND
CARBONATORS
‘ Rest built fountain in America.*’
National Showcase Exchange,
| 815 fnh at. n.w. Main ftH.V
SHOWCASES
Second-hand store fixtures of all kind#. We
buy and sell. Notional Showcase Exchange
915 9th st. r. w.„ Main 6145. '
HARNESS.
New and need, douid** anj wagon,
huggy. K.jrrer .-ind <-irt uni plow harness: sad
dles ur.d bridles r>*-;ce
rOGSWKLL'H.
Fr. 7268. 22V tlth St. N.W.
HILL’S DRY COLD
Refrigerator*. *how rs§<kg. store fixture*
Eaar tertra.
A. LIBUWITZ A CO.. Ageatt.
Soda Fountains and Equipments
BURCH A KLEES COMPANY,
ACT NOW—Don’t pat off your needs for the
Shrine convention.
3.000 canvas cotk a: $3.25 each.
8.000 folding »hairs at SI 10 each.
I.OCK) dinmg c!«air> a» $2..*0 each.
100 oak table*. 42 inchea long, at $4.50 egch.
Also showcases, coffee ir*na. Ice eheata. re
frigerators. bela. spriiigi. mattresses, etc.
Secure them now and have them fielleered
later.
H BAUM * SONS.
404 Penna. Ave. Phone Frank. &SH
SODA FOUNTAINS and ac
cessories; orange beverage out
fits. The Stern Co., 625 La ave.
Phone Main 250.
FOUR PIANO BARGAINS—WIag * Co.. Mb;
Mil ton. Ilka now, $215; Balsa* rraad, alightl'
•»rd $525; Entnoa upright, SBO. OrtM aid
Bprlght piano* for gat,
HUGO WORCfir. Ert. 1879.
Opprnlwimrr’a
Slightly f'acd and Rcftniahed
SEWING MACHINES.
Thcsa machln« , «,.wrhirh have been accepted
In trade on “the •Free,” have all been thor
oughly overhauled amt reconditioned In onr
own workahops j Thoroughly guaranteed
Two yeara FREE iervlre.
LIBERAL Tar.MS TO SUIT TOC.
Singer 66. almost now $50.00
Singer, 66. 7-drawer, excellent condition $47.50
Singer. long shuttle, good as new... s4*-M'
Singer electric iiortable, fine sewing
order $35.90
Singer electric portable, llanilltnn-
Beach motor; like new; special $52.50
Standard dropheart. In good condition. .$17.5*»
Domeatlo drnphead. In good condition. .$15.90
Davie, vertical feed, dropbead, bargain $18.5n
Singer, chain etitch, drnphead. bargain $15.00
Standard drnphead. fine condition sl7.Jn
National Automatic drnphead. almost
new .* $43.90
OPPENHEIMER'S SHOP UNIQUE,
E St. at Eighth.
All makes rented, repaired, cleaned and
adjusted
DIAMOND VALUES.
1 Weeaelton Diamond, weighing 1 and
4-100 carat; a most brilliant and beau
tiful blue-while diamond $3"
I absolutely perfect diamond of great
brilliancy, beautifully cut. weighing
57-100 carat, or 7 points more than
one-half carat sl--
1 blue-white diamond, beautifully cut
and exceptionally brilliant, weighing
74-100 carat, or 1 point less than $4
carat $2 »
1 blue-white and very brilliant dia
mond. weighing 1 and 85-100 carat, or
15 points less than two full carats.... ss:>
I most beautiful and brilliant blue
white diamond, weighing 4 and 32-109
carats, or 18 points less than 454
carats. An exceptionally beautiful
stone priced exceedingly low $1.58'.
1 library wall chime clock, striking
Westminster gongs every quarter hour, *:,P
1 grandfather solid mahogany hall
chime clock, with Westminster gonga
every quarter hour sl2
These values can be seen at
A. KAHN, Inc.,
935 F at. n.w.
DIAMOND BARGAINS. ~
Your opportunity to own a
diamond at half price.
Gentleman’s diamond ring, a
beautiful blue-white gem. weighs
3 carats and less 12 points;
set in a massive Gypsy mount
ing. Party paid $1,450. Must
be sold at once to raise cash,
$825
Lady’s Tiffany diamond en
gagement ring, a very fine dia
mond, full of life and brilliancy;
weighs 2 carats less 12 points.
Party in need of money, must be
sold at a sacrifice $490
Gentleman’s diamond ring,
blue-white, weighs 1 carat and
20-100, set in the latest style
belcher mounting; one of tin
biggest bargains ever offered.
' $3lO
Lady’s diamond engagement
ring, a beautiful gem, set in the
latest style white gold mount
ing; diamond weighs / 2 carat
and 3-100. Must be sold at
once $l4O
Lady’s diamond, a beautiful
gem, diamond weighs 35-100, set
in the latest style green gold
basket mounting. Must be seen
to appreciate this big value,
$92.50
A written guarantee with all
our diamonds.
FISCHER’S.
FOR FARM AWD GARDEN.
NOW 18 THE TIME TO PLANT EVKRLAFT-
Int red raspberries: $1.50 per' doaeu; $lO
hundred. S. J. CLARKE, Kenilworth, D. C.
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