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HELP AND SITUATIONS.
_ HELP—MALE.
JfBVBCR matt ORIGINAL recommendations
J** f° r employment. Pee COPIER.
AC<?6CNYaNT to open small set of books in
bb* r o time; state terms. Address Box 28-W.
etsr mao. *
AWtfjUNTINO TEACHKR. for two hours' iu
*t*Octlon each day: only experienced teachers
ynsldered; state salary and references. Ad
dresa Box 352 K. Star office.
•ACCOUNTING TEACHER. experienced; pre
ferably one having practical or public account
■log; hours, 9 to 3. from Monday to Friday
Inclusive; night school Monday. Wednesday
«nd Friday from 7 to 0: state salary expected,
• Iso business and residence telephone numbers.
'Address Pox 2A7-K. Star office
solicitors, to sell special win
dow displays for Hhrlners' convention week:
targe commissions; reply at once. Albert R.
Cross, 1705 W. Baltimore st., Baltimore, Sid.
in*
AGENTS, life, health sod accident, automo
bile. plate glass Insurance; exceedingly liberal
contract to producers; A1 reference required;
bond- chance foe advancement. GEO. C.
DONOHOE. 1301 G st n.w. •
Al/i'O MECHANIC'S, experienced, 1800 14th
•b n.w.
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS, two. first-class,
all around men wanted at once; must be thor
oughly experienced on all makes of cars.
Apply to Mr. Phelps, 1111 14th st.
‘Book KEEI EH— young man. with
some experience; must furnish good references;
«tate Hge» and salary expected. Address Box
\V. Star office. •
IU Y—l T» to 16 years, for general office work;
go Hi opportunity for will.ng worker. Apply
401 Color" j.» bldg. IP*
Be Y with wheel, f«*r messenger duly. Apply
11 am.. Oeorge Washington University, 2023
Q ajv. 2O*
BCT, neat, re’iable, colored, to make self
uafful around store. Apnly C. Schneider's
feona. 1207 F st n.w. *
BCY, about Id years of age, to assist at school
In exchange for busmens course; experience
unhci-cssary. Apply Mr. Hales, Steward
1202 F st
Bt*Y WANTED—White, sixteen to eighteen
years of age, one who has had experience in
wrapping parcel-post packages preferred: sal
ary, $lO per week. Tall at 1440 U street,
ov*r subpost-office station, Thursday morning.
BOY. colored, wanted to work around grocery;
rmvst know how to drive Ford. 4400 Georgia
arn. n.w 19*
BOYS, 14 or older; after scho-il or all day;
an excellent chance to earn real money,
and a beautiful new bicycle will l>e given as
a regard to the »*»y doing best work. Apply
after 9 am., 1000 Eye st. n.w., n.w. corner
Iftth and Eye Ms. •
BrtA.NTH MANAGERS*—Cut-rate fire istores re
cjtiire branch managers, men free to travel
an buyers; salary. $4« per Week and extra com
mis ions; experience unnecessary, but 5750
cBMh security For full particulars
call at Roy's Tire SuS*. 1405 II st n.e. 24*
BTOHELMAN—Fir^^IuRS; good pay. Uni
rersity Shop. AQd sf . n w. •
CARPEXTBBS, non-union. 1710 Pa. are.
Old re. 2524.. •
CEMENT 11AlSIJKKS <3». 42nd and Garrl- 2
, ,on ■ W <’ » A N. MTler. lii*
CHAUFFEURS, white, to drive seven-passen
giT cars; must have Identification cards. E.
>. Gregg Taxi CV. rear 1131 ITtli st. n.w. 20*
•Her t white). Sunset Cafeteria. 1323 Eye
jilt, n.w.
CHE VR O 1.17 r MECHANICS (23V; wonderful
opportunity for good meu. Lutuell-Chevrolet
Sales Co., ;tl4 14th st. n.w.
fOUNT?/,< MAN. good, lor cafeteria; experi
* 'e PV Tcneil; must l»c polite and courteous.
1810 l/'h s n w | IS*
CREVF MANAGER. experienced, to canvass I
attractive line; salary and commission.
Ar/ly room 353, Munsey bldg. IS*
VfsHWASHBHS. 5; splendid hours and got»d
l>uy. Apply at Mt. Vernon Case. 1200 Penna.
nvo n.w. is*
DRUG STORE PORTERS—Boys, two, strong,
white, of neat appearance; must be workers
anti have bicycles. Apply between 4 and 6
this evening. 7th and II *rs. n.c.
Farmhand, married. Apply A. B. Eohr,
Vienna Va. 20*
FOOD CHECKER for hotel: salary. SSO mo.
aud meals. Address Box 345-K. Star office.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, colored country bov
for housework: rox>m and board furnished. 620
Pa. ave. n w. 18*
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES and students de
• Irons of employ in. spare hours in work on
meritorious proposition, will prove very re
munerative and lead to exceptional opportunity
for those who prove ability to become perma
nently connected with high-trade organization
sponsored by well known arid influential people
of Washington. D C. Address Box 170-K. Star
HOUSE CARPENTERS-Non-union, all-round.
Win English, 37th st. near Valley. Mt.
Rainier. •
v HOUSE PAINTER. Apply 626 II st. n.w. *~~
JINITOK, »\per - cnc«»d excelient refer* m*»*s.
WllUam Smith. 217 F «t n.w. 18*
TxABORERS (DM. Apply to Superintendent of
Distribution. Georgetown Gas Light Co . 1339
Wisconsin ave. n.w
5 1 A CHI N I ST wa n ted.'one who has moM-mak - ’
log experience; state your experience and
•.alary expected. Address Box 228-K, Star
office.
man7 middle-aged. for gasoline-filling station. j
Apply (3 p.m.) Penn Oil Company, 3rd and
Maryland ave. s.w.
MA N married, between 33 and 40. to work
In accessory store from 6:30 to 10 o’clock at
night: must be settled and able to furnish
the best of reference. Address Box SS-W,
Star office. 10*
SIAN, settled, middle-aged, to drive car in the
suburbs: must be reliable; good salary and
home; state age. Address Box 231-K. Star
offlee. 18*
MAN, handy with hatchet and saw. Apply
rear 1312 L st n.w., after S p.m. IS*
MEAT CUTTER—References. C. E. Fowler!
• Tenter Market. 19*
SIEN. fi vc. wanted immediately, of neat ap- 1
pearanec, to sell goods on train: security and
blue suit required. Apply Union News Co.
offlee. 3 Union stapon
MEN—We are interested in men who want to
earn more money in selling direct to housewife,
especially brush men. are invited to invest gnte
our proposition. Apply Mr. Neely, Room 15,
631 Pa. ave r..w . Monday 8 to 10 a.ni.
MEN. spare or full time, to work from sales
wagon: paid every day. Progressive Sales Co.,
608 F n.w 19*_
MEN, ten. at once, for extra work evenings
and holidays; well paid, but must be reliable.
Call 5-6 balance of this week. 402 Munsey
’bldg.
OFFICE BOY, bright, willing to work and
learn business. A only 700 Bond building
OPTICIAN, at once. J. C. Tribly. 3115 M st. 1
n.w. 19*
OYSTEUMAN; good, steady job all year 1
round. Wearley’a Oyster House. 425 12th st.
n.w 19*
PAPER SALESMAN for Washington and vi
cinity to sell specialties, printed roll aqd sheet
paper, novelty millinery bags and small roll
products. E. Latimer, Jr., 128 N. 4th st..
Phlla. ■
PORTER, colored, able to drive Ford truck;
one not afraid to work. Address Box 392-K.
Star office. 18* 1
PBESSER —First-class. Apply 642 Rock 1
Creek Church rd.
PROMOTER wanted, for expanding a large
and good business already established, with
wonderful prospects: opportunity to make
good money, hut must be competent handle in
first-class manner and invest $5,000 cash; to ,
right man a permanent connection is offered.
Address Box 238-K. Star office. • j
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN—Excellent oppor- \
tunity for capable man; must have auto. A. ,
C. Houghton * Co.. 1516 H st. n.w.
PEAL ESTATE SALESMAN, prospects fur- j
nlshed; co-operation given; an opportunity .
to connect with progressive office. M. 1936. ,
SALESMAN for well paying, permanent post- ,
tlon with Washington organization: leads fur
nished and best of eo-operatlon. Call 4 to 7,
the Davis Hansard Corporation. 923 12th n.w.
SALESMAN, men's furnishings; must be ex
perienced and have reference. Apply 10 a.m.
Thursday. Troy Bhlrt Shops, 933 Pa. ave.
n.w.
SALESMAN— Every fifth person in Washing
ton needs our business service. We are a large
View York corporation of recognized financial
standing. If you can prove your ability to ;
■ make three clients per week wo will pay you ;
a minimum of S3O a week. See Mr. Tracy, ;
229 Bond building, at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. •
promptly. All other time occupied.
SALESMAN wanted by western wholesale house
to sell products to grocery and butcher trade
in Washington; answer stating experience and
salary expected. Address Box 217-K, Star
office.
SALESMAN Wide-awake, hustling young
man, with Belling qualifications; answer in
own handwriting, giving full particulars. Ad
.dress Box 60-W. Star office. .
SALESMAN —Leads furnished on direct sales
work; auto preferred. Boom 200, 1340 Eye
»t. n.w.
SALESMAN —Salary, twelve hundred dollars
ft.200). Wanted—One of the largest com
panies and most progressive life insurance
agencies In Waahington wishes to employ five
good salesmen on a salary of |IOO per month,
•r more; or on a commisaion and renewal con
tract: prefer men who have not been In the
life Insurance business, but must have ambi
tion and energy. We train and Instruct our
Rleamen in the art of selling life Insurance. ;
da la an opportunity to make at least $2,500 1 1
tbs first yesr. The average income of our
present salesmen for the first year during 1922
gras $2,500. We feel satisfied that any good
salesmen should do as well under our special
training. Addresa Box 74-D, Star offlee, giving
telephone number.
SALESMEN —Tonng men between the ages of
18 and 25. Apply Mr. Regan. Homer L. Kltt
To.. 1880 G at. n.w.. at 8:30 a.m. .
SALESMEN —Drug and shoe stores, shoe re
pnlr shops ; steady work. 422 Oxford bldg. •
an.RHMEN wanted, interested in making S2OO
to SSOO monthly; three for work lu District
and two for out of town; Interest in and un
derstanding of work only requirements nec
essary to easily earn exceptional money; not
stock •elllng; car desirable, but not necessary.
Call at once. 420 Munsey bldg,
i SHOE SALESMAN—Young man for Ssturdays. I
Apply «t once, the Syndicate Shoe Store^aij
PHORT-OROEK OOOK and counter man. Ap-1
mtiOOi Brnmim. *
HELP—KALE.
Contlnned.
SALESMEN who are willing to work, who
can visualise the possibilities of an oppor
tunity when they see one and who have
enough foresight t r look Into the future: a
he-man proposition la yours If you can sell
yourself to this organization; if you are sin
cere call at 802 Edmonds hidg., between 9:30
and 4. 18*
Sbl)A DISPENSER—Evening work, "fair Ver
mont. Tomas circle.
SOLICITORS to secure membership In high
class organization; not stock selling; experi
ence necessary: average $lO day
each. 430 Munsey bldg. .
SOLICITORS to secure membership in high
class organization: stock soiling experience
not necessary; present men average $lO day
each. 430 Munsey bldg. ______
STATIONERY SALESMAN to call on new and
established trade; commission basis. Apply st
once. The Washington News Co., 313 6th st.
STUDENTS, three, high school or college, to
assist national association; might consider
two without experience; good pay; prefer those
willing to travel during summer. 430 Munsey
bldg.
TEACHER of commercial law; experienced,
for two hours’ Instruction each week during
the day: also one hour class every Friday
night; state salary and references Address
Rox 353-K, Star offlee.
TPN<for choir: morning service only. Ad
dr»ss Box 3M)-R, Star office. 19*
USHER. Strand Theater, Dili and D stw. n.w.
WAITER, first-class; steady all year round.
Wearley's Oyster House. 425 12lh st. n.w. 19*
WORKING MANAGER for soda fountain and
luncheonette; small salary and commission;
state reference and experience; none but hus
tlers need apply. Address Box 316-K, Star
office. 20*
YOUNG MAN with some knowledge of stenog
raphy and typewriting, for Interesting office
work. Address Box 260-K. Star office. 19*
YOUNG MEN and boys with wheels; good
salary; full or part time; permanent work.
Apply Mr Kressin, 727 12th st. n.w. 21*
YOUNG MEN to become Identified with sales
organization that has wonderful future; men
who prove ability will secure exceptional op
portunity to grow up with company sponsored
by influential and well known men of Wash
ington and doing nationwide business; best
references required. Room 720, Albee bldg.,
10 tq_ 4. *_
SALESMAN FDR HEAL ESTATE AND
BROKERAGE BUSINESS; MUST OWN CAR.
LIVE IN THE CITY, DEVOTE WHOLE
TIME TO BUSINESS. AND BE ABLE TO
WORK ON COMMISSION. APPLY 216 MA
CHIMSTS’ BLDG. MAIN' 7773 *
CLOTHING SALESMAN.
FARKEP. BRIDGET COMPANY REQUIRES
THE SERVICES OF A THOROUGHLY EX
PERIENCED HIGH-GRADE CLOTHING
SALESMAN; POSITION IS PERMANENT
AND OFFERS SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.
APPLY MR. LESSNER.
PARKER-BRIDGET CO..
THE AVENUE AT NINTH.
Real Estate Salesman
—with automobile, to handle Mt. Pleasant
and Columbia Heights property.
Prospects furnished.
DAVID E. BARRY
Member Washington Rea! Estate Board.
SALESMEN
Very Unusual Opportunity
—for hevernl live men. well acquainted to
place shares of a Virginia corporation, well
established 12 yearn; plant handling
products: capital necessary for increase busi
ness under exclusive copvrighted plan. See
WM. A. SMITH. Ebhitt Hot«I. Ift*
SALESMEN.
Two married men for permanent work: good
earnings and opportunity for advancement to
men who qualify. Apply 2 to 5 p.m. Fuller
Brush Uo.. 619 Met. Bank bldg.
YOUNG MEN of good appear
ance; salary and commission;
good opportunity for advance
ment. The Lowther Realty Co.
Main 5768.
MULTIGRAPH OPERATOR.
The Hecht Co. requires the
services of an experienced multi
graph operator; permanent posi
tion. Applv superintendent,
THE' HECHT CO.,
7th at F St.
BOOKKEEPER and executive.
Reply, stating age, references,
experience aud salary expected.
Address Box q.S-K, Star office.
A~HIGH-GRADE MAN
WANTED.
Leading insurance agency,
writing all lines of insurance, has
a splendid opening for live,
wideawake man who can pro
duce business. Character and
willingness to work more essen
tial than experience. Attractive
proposition to right man. State
full particulars. All communica
tions strictly confidential. Ad
dress Box 313-K. Star office. 19*
GROCERY SALESMAN, able
to drive Ford car and furnish
cash bond. Salary, $25 ; advance
ment ; position permanent. Pee
Kay Auto Grocers, 1424 Irving
st. n.w.
HELP—MALE AND FEMALE.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS who are go-get
ters. for the sweetest proposition ever; men
or women. Hobart Brook- - . 816 15 f b 1"*
ASSISTANT LEGIST "A US.
versify, 29 Jackson place, to Interview pro
spective students evenings. New term sta.t ug
this week * _
COOKS, #45 to SSO ni nthly; maids, house
workers, dayworkers. Jones, 411 N. T. ave.
n. lfl*_
CUTTER for slip covers and sewing curtains,
woman: also man who thoroughly understands
the detail work of measuring and cutting
w.ndow hangings. Julius mgr. of
the Lansburgh Interior Decorating Co., at
their new store. 637 F st.
\TaN and - iv.fe for general lousework. 103
Xewlands st . Chevy Chase. Md
MAN and wife, to live in the country and
rare for two old people; pleasant surround
ings. Apply Dr. Evans. 1624 Eye st. n.w. 19*
SOLICITORS —Mule ana female, to secure duo
merntwre: hustlers only. See office manager,
p nom 305. 1108 16th St. PW.
WANTED—SALESMEN.
SALESMAN—Unusually good opportunity for
a first-class salesman: automobile experience j
necessary. Jordon Motors Co., 1020 Connecti
cut ave. n.w.
SALESMAN—Man with oar to sell garages as
n side line; preferably a man either real
estate or automobile line. Address Box 349-K,
star office.
SALESMEN, specialty, two. to sell a good
seller to restaurants, cigar stands, etc.; com
mission; give phone and address. Address
Rot 332-K. Star office. 20*
SALESMEN—Write for free book and full par
ticulars; earn $2,600 to *IO.OOO yearly: big
demand for men, inexperienced or experienced;
city or traveling. NatT Salesmen’s Tr. Assn.,
Dept. 359. Chloagft, 111. *_
SALESMEN—A corporation that is opening
new territory has a place In Its sales depart
ment for i>ermanent men; early advancement
to manager. Address 208 Munsey bldg. 19*
SALESMEN —We can use several salesmen;
must be neat appearing; big opportunity. Call
3 to 6 . 308 Dist. Natl. Bank bldg. 18*
SALESMEN.
The largest manufacturer of
electric appliances in the coun
try wants four men to train for
branch managers.
The men who answer this advertisement
must be willing to work hard, and to zueh
men the poszlbllltlea for the future are un
limited.
If you ars of this type and feel that all
vou need Is the opportunity, call at Room
No. 2. 1317 N. Y. ave., from 9 to 11 or 2
»o_4._ Ask for Mr. Preston.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
CHEF, colored, for Virginia, $100; woman
cooks, chambermaids, laundresses wanted.
Fuller’s Exchange. 1221 35th st. 19*
COLORED cooks, house-window cleaners, por
ters. chambermaids; supplied free. 921 N st,
n.w. White Cross Bureau, Dr. Drew, presi
de nC_North_36<» ; 18*
COOK, white; Bar Harbor, summers Ladies’
Exchange. 807 Vermont ave.
GENERAL housework (6); neat colored girls
wanted; reference. The Quick Employment
Bureau, 1304 V st.
HELP—Nurses, white; rooks, white; to go to
country: Protestant preferred: references re
qulred. Reid’s Agency. 2112 14th at.
SITUATIONS —Cooke, butlers, chambermaids,
parlormaids; white; personal references. Keld’a
Agency. 2113 14th st.
Register Now.
POSITIONS OPEN WEEKLY FOR
CASHIERS BOOKKEEPERS
CLERKS STENOGRAPHERS
TYPISTS SECRETARIES
p. R. X HOTEL CLERKS
DRIVERS SODA DISPENSERS
AUDITORS OFFICE BOYS, ETC.
National Personnel Bureau,
80S Rood bldg.* 14Us AX. L era. U. &UL •
THE EVENING. STAR, WASHINGTON, P. P.. WEDNESDAY. SPRIT 18. 1923..
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
Conttaned.
* OFFICE POSITIONS—Free registration, Wash
ington Employment Exchange, operated for the
public by Washington School for Secretaries
and Nat. febool of Commerce. 1419 P at n.w
WANTED SITUATIONS—WeII recommended
rolored help. Reid's Agency. 2112 14tb ft.
n.w.
j INSTRUCTION C0UB8ES~"
ALWAYS In demand—Telephone awltchboard
operators; easy work; good pay; .refined sur
roundings. Short, easy course. Oxford bldg..
14th at., bet. N. Y. ave. and 11.
AUTO DRIVING WESSON'S PRIVATELY
I given. Call Lincoln 3681. We will do the
! rest.
I ARE YOU CASHING IN on your spare time?
We will train you day or night for position
at professional draftsman paying $35 to $55
weekly Call, write or phone Columbia School
of Drafting. 14th and T sta. n.w. North 275.
■ BOYD SHORTHAND In 80 days; easy to learn
•nd rapid; the world’s beat sy.tem; expert*
; use it; Investigate; you will use no other.
; Boyd Business College, 1304 F at. Main 2876.
j Mayl7*
CIVIL SERVICE examination for statistical
I clerk; special Instructions begin today; salary,
$1,140 to $1,040; both men and women; age
18 to 70. The Ciyll Serrlce Preparatory
School, a. e. eor. 17th and Fn w. Frank. 2080.
EARN sllO to $250 monthly, expenses paid,
as railway traffic inspector. Position guaran
teed after 3 months’ spare time study or
money refunded. Excellent opportunities.
Write for free Booklet N-66. Stand. Business
Training Inst., Buffalo, N. Y.
HOTELS NEED AMBITIOUS men and
women; nation-wide demand In all depart
ments, hotels, tea rooms, cafeterias, clubs,
apartment houses: uncrowded field; fine living,
quick advancement; our methods Indorsed—
our students employed by leading hotels every
where. Open evenings. Call for particulars.
Lew s Hotel Training School. 1840 N. Y. avt.
LEARN TO PAINT THE BEAUTIFUL
cherry blossoms in oil; complete course of in
struction. including prints, colors and brushes;
$3- Address Box 336-K. Star offlee. 20*
MEN AND WOMEN quickly learn real estate
business; receive pay while learning; need not
Interfere with present employment; some mak
ing SIOO a week. Free class lectures every
Thursday. 5 p.m. William F. Maueaon, 010-
611 Bond bldg.
DESIGNING, DRESSMAKING. MILLINERY.
Prof. Livingstone's Academy,
1115 C, st. n.w Franklin 7475. 21*
DRIVING IX STRUCT I ON.
Day or evening, for men aud women.
Y. M. C. A. Auto School.
1736 O St. N.W. Main 8250.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA
TION MAY 9.
Burroughs Adding. Bookkeeping and Calcu
lating machine operators are In demand. Civil
service examination to be given May Bth. Day
and evening classes. Special classes every
evening from 5 to 7 and 7 to 9. beginning
Wednesday evening. April 11.
BURROUGHS SCHOOL.
Phone Main 2760. 724 17th St N.W.
T RAFF IC MANACHTrs!
Salary
We would like to hear from capable men
who wish to qualify for Important Industrial
and railroad traffic work leading to traffic
managerial positions, handling domestic and
forelgu shipping.
There in an unusual demand in the traffic
field for the trained man. and our organiza
tion with its large s»aff of industrial, rail
road and ocean traffic experts, wlih repre
sentative* throughout the United States, is
In a position to help meet this demand.
Experience is not necessary If you are am
bitious and willing to learn, as this training
can be done while holding your present posi
tion; accepted members will be placed under
the direct supervision of one of our staff, an
cxi»enenced traffic expert of national repu
tation.
Write for Booklet K 15, for full particulars,
or call for personal Interview.
LASALLE EXTENSION’ UNIVERSITY,
Washington Office.
713 714 Albee Building. X*hone M. 8320.
Open Evenings.
_ HELP—FEMALE.
ALTERATION HANDS—Experienced on gowns
and wraps. Apply Madam Ash, 1217 Con
necticut ave.
ASSISTANT in dentist's office, young lady;
salary SSO per mouth. State qualifications.
Address Box 326-K. Star office. •
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, experienced
lady. Apply Potomac Garage Co., Inc. 3391-9
M st n.w. ip*
CANVASSERS—We offer an attra' tive propo
sition; salary and commission. 353 Munsey
bldg.
DEMONSTRATOR—About 30 to 35 years of
age; must have had experience; specialty that
wdd for $75 or more; permanent position;
give references and telephone 'number. Ad
dress Bov 65-W. Star office.
DRESSMAKERS—Experienced needlewomen to
work on handmade children's clothes. Matson
Renee, 1536 You st. 18*
FRENCH NURSERY GOVERNESS for child
of six: city reference required. 1831 19th st.
n.w. Phone North 5474. 18*
GIRL to work short time each day in ex
change for business course; experience un
necessary. Mr. Hales, Steward School. 1202
F st.
GIRLS for fiat-work dept. Apply Home Laun
dry. 1120 Queen st. n.e.
GRAPHOTYPB operator, experienced. Apply
Addressograph Co., fill 11th st. n w_
KINDERGARTEN TEACHER for private
school; must play classical music well; col
lege graduate preferred. Address Box 304-K.
Star office.
LADY, college student or teacher to handle
school guide in sales field; healthful and en
joyable work; good salary guaranteed and
bonus. Address Rot 332-V. Star office.
LADIES of good character and appearance to
demonstrate; we teach you the business In
our D. C. schools; you make for yourself $35
a week upward; you can use automobile to
good advantage. Addreas Box 218-K, Star
offlrp.
MARKER and assorter (colored) for rough dry
work. Apply Frazee Potomac Laundry, 18th
and D.
PLAIN COOKING in small lunchroom, white
woman: no Sunday work. 892 19th st. n.w. •
PRESSERS—Experienced ou plain and fancy
silk dresses; steady position. The Vogue
Cleaners. 14tli and Spring rd. n.w
SALESLADIES, experienced, for coat, suit and
dress department; good salary and steady em
ployment. Apply J. E. Cunningham, 316 7th
st. n.w.
SALESWOMAN, domestic science plan; you
are given spec.al Instruction: pleasant and in
teresting; attractive salary; no selling. Room
290. 1349 Eye st. n.w
SALESWOMAN for dry goods store; Saturday
work all year round. Apply at once. Smith,
651 H st. ne.
SECRETARY’ for educational organization :
college graudate preferred; write experience
and qualifications. Address Box 320-K, Star
offlre.
SOLICITORS to secure membership in high
class organization; not stock selling; no ex
perience required; preaent force averages $lO
daily each. 439 Munsey hidg.
STENOGRAPHER. experienc'd in patent
work - permanent position; salary, $25 to $39
per week. Address Box 333-K, Star office. 29*
STENOGRAPHER and typist for every Satur
day afternoon or all day; some home work;
stale qualifications, hours you can give and
salary expected. Address Box 295-K, Star of
fice.
TYPIST—In law office: light work; $lO per
week. Address Box 50-W. Star office. •
WAITRESS wanted at the Curb Case, 511 2nd
st. n.e.: sl2 per week and board. 19*
YOUNG LADY of neat appearance for filing
work; must possess thorough knowledge of
stenography ami typewriting; state experience
and salary desired. Address Box 45-W, Star
EDUCATED WOMEN.
Are you looking Tor a bigger opportunity?
Would you like to earn more money? Our
traveling positions combine Interesting, worth
while work with unusual financial return. Sal
ary to start. Railroad fare paid. If you have
high school education and are between the
agqs of 23 and 35, telepnone M ss Amea for
appointment. Room 331, Washington Hotel. 20*
EXPERIENCED
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
Wanted during
SHRINE CONVENTION.
PLEASE REGISTER NOW.
Room, No. I.
722 12th it. n.w.
Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company.
THE CHESAPEAKE AND
POTOMAC TELEPHONE
COMPANY
IS OFFERING EXCELLENT
EMPLOYMENT TO A
LIMITED NUMBER
OF ALERT,
ENERGETIC YOUNG
WOMEN.
APPLY
ROOM 1,
HELP—DOMESTIC.
COOK, experienced. Apt. 593, 1868 Col, rdi
COOK and general houseworker, to stay nights;
referencea required. Cleveland 1855.
COOK and general housework; stay nights;
references; three In family. 2634 Woodley pi.
COOK, houaeworker; colored; city reference;
go home nights. 2287 Que at. •
COOK and general houaeworker, including
laundry; reliable woman; reference required.
1512 Buchanan st. n.w.
COOK, middle-aged Jewish woman, to help
out with children. 1231 N n.w., first floor. 19*
CtlOK—Good; one who can bake good bread,
etc. 1536 16th st. n.w.
COOK, experienced, for small private boarding
house: reference. 1638 IKth st. n.w. *
COOKING aud general housework, neat colored
woman; family of three: first-class city ref
erences required. 1437 Madison st. n.w. 19*
CQPKINti and general housework. S4O a
month: effy reference required; small family.
2701 Connecticut ave.. Apt. 201.
GENERAL HOUSEWOHKEK and help with
children; woman. Adama 3489. 2836 99th
st. n.Wk U* ,
HELP—DOMESTIC.
Caatlwrf.
fJEINEKAI. HOUSEWORK, colored woman. Ap
ply 641 H it. n.e.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK and cooking, col
ored girl. 411 Otlfton Terrace. Bast. *
GENERAL HOUBKWOHKER. cooklag; amsll
family. Phona North 6142, Apt. 01. before
GENERAL HOUSEWORK Reliable colored
girl; references. 2810 Adams Mill rd. nw.
GENERAL houseworker, colored girl; small
family; good position. Apply at once, Smith's
store. 651 H st. n.e.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK and cooking; re
-Ilahi e colored girl; stay nights: *lO per week;
"■fetence. 1411 Buchanan st. Phone Col.
7809.
GENERAL housework; girl; apply with ref
erence. 2532 18th st. n.w. 19*
GENERAL houseworker; experienced colored
women; must be reliable and good cook; no
laundry work; references. Apply 222 Bth
»t. n.e. 19*
GIUL to wait table. The Vermont, Thomas
circle.
GIRL to assist cook; private family; muat
have reference. 1521 16th st. •
LIGHT HOUSEWORK Girl; short hours;
small spt. 3120 13th at. nw.
MAH), colored, for general housework; no
cooking; references. Apply 1348 Harvard st. •
NURSE, white, to go Immediately to country
place near Alexandria for summer. Address
Box 7. Theological Seminary. Va. 18*
NURSE, white, for two children; must have
references. Apply Austrian Legation. 1851
Wyoming ave. j y
PASTRY COOK, colored; must know how to
make rolls and pies. Apply between 7 and 9
p.m., 1810 14th at. n.w. is*
WOMAN, aa housekeeper, to care for tlire7
healthy and properly trained children between
* “fid 6 years of age; good home. Apply in
person. 3010 7th st. s.e.. Congress Heights. 19*
WOMAN, colored, to cook and help with gen
eral housework. 2026 Ist sL n.w.
WOMAN, first-class, for apartment; must be
excellent cook. Apply 402 Rochambeau. *
SITUATIONS—MALE.
ACCOUNTANT desires set of books to keen
evenings; terms reasonable. Address Bos 248-
K Star offli-e. onjs
AUTO MECHANIC, 16 years’ experience; w;Il
consider change to right party. Address Box
286-K. Star office. ]fl»
AUTOMOBILE STUDENT desirea Job in ga
rage_ as helper, night or day. Address Box
46-W . Star office ]ge
BOOKKEEPER; experienced! references fur
nished Address Box 53-W, Star office. •
BOOKKEEPER, competent double entry, de
sires connection; experienced In audittrg and
general accounting. Address Box 22-W, Star
offl»*e. «
UA It RENTER arid brick work, by day or
contract; garagea and remodeling a specialty.
Drop postal. Neff & Moore, 1001 Eye at. nw.
CA H PEN TEH—E xperienced; contract or Job -
blag. 402 O i»t. n.w. 21*
CARPENTER, reliable colored man; contract
or Job work. Phone North 494.')-J. 20*
CHAUFFEUR, 5 .wars’ exj»erlence, wibiu-a
position with private family. Cali 715 R. I.
ave. n.w. John Knight. •
CHECKER (food), tlrat-clasa man, hotel! res
taurant: city. West 2>WO-.T •J(\ m
( LEUK-TYPIST wants wrork evenings, experl
**r ed other work considered. Address Box
41-TV. Star offi-e. iff
ELEVATOR MAN wants work, einenenred.
Unto 2Qth wt. n.w. \ h*
EVENING Work, colored boy wants position
In princely from 0 p.m. evenings; experienced,
78i» 4th st. n.w
FARM HAND, experienced dairy and farm
work, gentleman's eatate. Address Box 37-W,
Star office.
HOTEL CLERK or auditor, experienced front
offlee clerk or auditor deMrea to make a change
with chib or hotel; hlgh-clasa man. Address
Box 31h K, Star office.. •
PAPERHANGKR. Rooms papered. $0 up. 4IT
N. Y. ave. Fr. 2374-IV. 1w•
PLASTERING, cementing, painting, atone
aud brick work repaired. Edw. Robinson.
3i»ft N st. n.w.
PRESSER—Experienced man wishes position; \
Itest of references. Call at 1321 C at. n.w. Ift*
SALESMAN—Young man wiauea position, in
side or outside; ref. Address Box Star
ottl<‘f*. •
SALESMAN, marned man, 10 years experi
ence real estate, insurance, etc.; any line but
stocks; small salary or drawing account and
chance for largo commissions. Address Box
56-W, Star office.
SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER (social),' ex
perienced, young man desires position; edu
cated at the University of N. C.. O. W. U.
and abroad; experienced in the State Dept.;
instructor. Address Box 226-K. Star office 18*
SUPERINTENDENT of construction of build
ings for owner, realty firm or general con
tractor; have thirty >ears’ experience in the
business; can save you money. Address Rox
284-K. Star office. ift*
TT PIST-STENOGRAPHER. exi»erienced, rec
ommended (young Filipino), open for engage
ment; very moderate stalary to start. Ad
drpss Run 285-K. Star office IS*
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
APARTMENT MANAGER, ambitious lady of
refinement; best references; no clerical work.
Address Box 8-W. Star office. •
CASHIER work or clerical work at night by
government clerk. Address Box 246-K, Star
offlrp 20*
CASHIER, matron or srewarclrat; hotal ax
port: lonacientioua; by midfile-agfd woman;
rrrdont!nU. Addre*a Box 182-K. Star offica. 18*
COMPANlON*—'Amistant houwkaeper; part or
all tinia. gaanmtraaa 3222 Win. ava.
affarnoon, arenlng gown# a aparialty; also ra
modaling. Adama 3966. 2462 Ontario rd. my 4»
DRESSMAKER, expartencad. want* i«o«irlon
by day or waak. Ask for Miss Robinson,
1536 T at. n.w. ig.
DRESSMAKING, work at bum, or out. North
3878.
DRESSMAKING, axpert. at great saving to
you. 5594 7th n.w. •
FRENCH NURSE-GOVERNESS wishea por
tion : city refaranraa. Tal. North 2368 W.
GOVERNESS, French, wishea poaition; one or
two children, over 3 year*. Address Box 233-
K. Star olfire. 18*
GOWNS, evening, tailor, aport; children's
clothes made: remodeling. Allec, 1841 K n.w.
Phone Ma'n 4150. 03*
MAID in doctor's offlee or to do chamber
work, by light colored girl. Call or write 902
22nd at. n.w. ig*
POSITION after offlee hours for few months,
young lady. State particulars. Address Box
347-K. Star offlee. 19*
POSITION of trust by young southern woman
suddenly placed In financial reverses. Address
Box 90-K. Star office in*
SEWING, plain, at home; prices reasonable.
Phone Ur. 3649 a
SHAMPOOING, scalp treatments, facial mav
«age, at your home. N. 8990 IB*
STENOGRAPHER—Beginner; small salary ax
pected. Address Box 42-W, Star office. 20*
TYPIST, bookkeeping-machine operator and
general offlee work; permanent. Address Box
P3-K. Star offlee. *
WOMAN, reliable, refined, educated; will read,
write, typewrite, sew, market, shop or act as
chaperone; will care for children In absence
of mother; can drive a car: highest reference;
reasonable. Addresa Box 40-W. Star office. •
YOUNG LADY’, good cutter and inspector on
children’s dresses, also knowledge of type
writing and stenography, would like position
of charge. Address Box 351-K, Star offlee. •
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC^
BUNDLE or rough dry washes to lake home.
Write or call 3923 Sherman are, n.w.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress; experienced,
neat colored girl; stay nights; references.
1324 Corcoran st. n.w.
CHAMBERMAID, neat colored maid wants
place. 1348 Florida ave. n.w.
CHAMBERMAID or nurae; colored girl wants
place. 1805 T at. n.w.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress, dishwasher or
laundress, by colored girl. 1535 4th st. n.w.
CLEAN and get dinners; woman wants place.
Call 2007 L st. n.w.
CLEANING by day; reliable colored woman.
1812 L st. n.w. 18*
COOK and laundress; reliable woman wants
place; willing to leave city for summer. 1730
Vermont ave. n.w.
COOK or work by day, place wanted by mlddle
aged colored woman. 1218 18th -at. nw.
COOK and general housework in small family;
reliable colored woman. 2350 Champlain st.
Phone Col. 8265. H>*
COOK, colored, desires place to get dinner;
half or whole time. 1414 Corcoran at. n.w. *
COOK, assistant cook or kitchen maid In small
boarding bouse, by settled colored woman.
1910 Lees court n.w. 18*
COOK, experienced colored woman. Call at
812 10th st. n.w. 18*
COOK, by colored woman; references. 1344
27th st. n.w.
COOK and chambermaid, two neat colored
girls want a place together. Phone Main
2371 at once. 19*
DAY WORK, by colored woman. 2800 Dutn
barton are. Weat 849. 19*
DAY'S WORK —Reliable colored woman. 1836
E st. n.w. 19*
DAY’S WORK wanted. 1141 Ist st. n.w.
DAY'S WORK, any kind. Call or write. 955
Fla, ave. n.w.
DAY'S WORK for Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. Call Col. 6081.
DAY'S WORK or small laundry; take home.
Call 702 Fla, are., Apt 1.
DAY’S WORK In apartment or dishwashing;
colored girl. Call 2411 Eye st. n.w. 19*
DAY WORK wanted of any kind. 1707 13tb
at. n.w.
DAY'S WORK, or morning and evening: col
ored girl. 1989 12th st n.w. 18*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by experienced col
ored girl. North 5500.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by colored glrL
1925 9th st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK or cook, bf colored
woman: experienced. Address Ull Union
court jvw„ Mr*. Haggis Hatch#t. 18* J
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC,
Coatlaaed.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. settled, good
cook; stay nights; small family. Cleve. 1707.
3806 Ingomar at., Chevy Chase. P. O. 19*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, by reliable woman.
741 Fairmont st.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by reliable colored
girl. 1418 T at.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, cooking. In small
family; neat colored woman with referencea.
767 Morton at. n.w., bet. Ga. are. and Bher
man ave. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK In private family;
stay nights. 1317 4th at. n.w. 18*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by neat girl; plain
cooking. 1247 9th st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, place wanted, neat
colored girl. 412 O at. n.w.
HALF DAY'S WORK by reliable colored wom
nian with references. Uol. 7361.
HOUSECLEANING ; $2 a day; by colored glrL
823 New Hampshire ave.
HOUSE GIRL, all round; half grown. Call
2520 Eye at.
HOUSEKEEPER, widow wishes position; mod
ern private home. Addresa Box 229-K, Star
office. IQ*
LAUNDRESS, reliable first-class, or daj’a
cleaning. 1768 Florida ave. n.w.. Apt. 8. *
LAUNDRESS, flrHt-cln«a, colored, wants work;
take home. IDlft Temp-trance ave. n.w.
LAUNDRY to take borne; reliable woman.
11*31 24Mi at. n.w. 18*
LAUNDRY to do at home; reliable white
woman. Addrexa Box 339-K. Star office. •
LAUNDRY WORK by day, by neat colored
girl. 516 R wt. n.w. •
LAUNDRY WORK to do at borne. Call at
133 ft You at. n.w.
LAUNDRY W’ORK or getting dinner evenings;
reliable girl. 332 K at. «.e. *
LAUNDRY TO DO AT HOME; all work guar
anteed. 132 ft Wallace place n.w. Ift*
LIGHT HOUSEWORK and washing to take
home. girl. 2217 Cleveland place n.w.
LIGHT "HOUSEHOLD dutiea, tewing, etc.;
white woman. 139 Bate« at. n.w. 19*
MAID or day’s work, j>o«ltion wanted by re
liable colored girl. Phone North 4544-J.
MORNING WORK in apartment*. 1331 Cor
roran si. n.w.
MORNING WORK wanted of any kind, by re
liable p ; rl Phone PrankTn lftS4. 1527 P at.
MORNING WORK, colored woman. J2IS S
st. n.w.
MORNING WORK or cleaning. Call or write
1126 l«*t st. n.w
MORNING WORK or get dinners by girl.
Okly Apts., Apt, 12. rear Bt. Matthew’s
Church.
NURSE, white, care for elderly couple or
child; day work. Addresa Box 292-K, Star
office. 18*
NURSE, Canadian, for one child; not
than two years; experienced: with good city
references. Sarah Adams, 2311 M at. n.w.
West 2582. 18*
PLACE to get dinner, by neat colored girl.
CaII North 2405-J.
PLACE In afternoon after 3 o'clock by girl.
1416 Corcoran nt. n.w.
PLACE in hotel, rbu .bennald or waltresa in
case or pantry gli. l . two neat, experienced
light-colored girls. 1136 21 wt st. n.w.
PLAIN COOK, neat and reliable; colored
woman: references. 3220 Wisconsin ave. n.w.
.1 anltor’s opt. 19*
SEAMSTRESS, colored, will leave cilv, with
family. Phone North J 9.76 W.
WASH, tine, amall, at home. Laundress, 2240
12tb n w. ip*
WASHING at HOME or day'b work wanted.
1314 4th ht. n.w.
WASHING to take home and cleaning. 1500
4th wt. n.w.
WORK half day, by neat colored girl. 940
L at. n.w.
RECOMMENDED SERVICE.
The folloxring bueinms rrmcerne bars
hern recommended to The fttar and guaran
tee so lief action to Star readers. Anp com
plaint found neretsarp to be mode to The
Star trill receive prompt aff*nMo». For
ndmiesv-n to Recommended Service CoU
umns. mil Main soon. Branch US.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL WORK
Erloh I). I’lanvr * CV>, Ltd.. 414 and Maine
ave. aw. R y. SMITH. Special Partner. *
CARBON BURNING. 49e ryllndrr. owner to
remove pings and wires; frozen cylinders, cast
ings. steel and aluminum welded properly; all
work guaranteed. M M. Coleman, 207 12th
at. n.w. Phone M. 4598
UARPFT CLEANING—If you want the best
at mo«t reasonable prices. Phone W 106.
A roerlran and Persian Rug Co.. 2394 Pa. ave.
'carpenter AND BUILDER—For eeonnmy In
remodeling consult E. C. BROWER. 4681 Belt
rd. n.w. Estimates. Cleve. 2524.
CARPET CLEANING AND WASHING—Have
Albert Kahlert A Co clean your rarp»ta and
rnra. Improved steam carpet cleaner#. 853
Md. ave. s.w. Phone M. 2006. Estimates
cheerfully given.
CHAIRH CANED, upholaterlng, porch rocker*
splinted, c. A. Armstrong. 1233 10th st. n.w.
Franklin 7483.
ELECTRICAL WIRING ANY SIX - ROOM
house wired complete, with fixtures SBS. H.
THOMAS, 1217 29th st. n.w. Ph. West 2406.
23*
FLOORS CLEANED. POLISHED AND
scraped. A. F. ZIMMERMAN CO.. 817 North-
Uap'tol at. Frsnkl'n 1992-W 26*
FLOOR FINISHING—FIoors of best hardwood
Installed, cheaper than linoleum: old floors
renovated. J. L. Price, 912 sth at. n.w.
Franklin 7563 W
FLOOR REFINIBHING. INTERIOR AND ,
evterinr painting by expert mechanics. PAUL
SERENE 916 14th st. nw, Tel, F. 6798. 18*
FORD REPAIRING. RADIATOR REPAIRING.
Steuart's Garage. “Anthorlzed Ford Dealer,”
141 12th at. n.e. Phone Lincoln 6290.
FURNITURE REPAIRING AND UPHOLKTER-
Ing. slip covers made to order; low rates. Ad
dress Box 321-K. Star office. 34*
FURNITURE UPHOIRTERED, REPAIRED*
American and French cretonnes, also linen and
Imitation linen# for slip cover*. Reasonable
prices. Estimates cheerfully given. Sent for
and returned free. TITTENSOR. 1424 Btb
n.w. N 7792.
FURNITURE repaired and renpholstered la
tapestry, velour and leather: reasonable e#tl
iratea. Altman. 1494 N. Oap. st. North 9291.
H RATING BOILERS CLEANED AND HE
palred; sis stoves repaired: roof# repaired
and painted bv experienced men. Mr. S'. Wal
ton. Phone West 2916. 21*
Interior and exterior painttnoT
work done right at the right price; estimates
riven special attention. Joseph Warden. 410
H st. n.e. Line. 4715-W. 24*
KEYS DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT,
25c. 809 9th st. n.w., basement.
KEYS. DUPLICATE KEffE 25 CENTS Made
while you wait. Tomer 4 Clark. 1233 New
York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 3995.
MATTRESS" MAKING AND RENOVATING—
Special for spring cleaning—Mattresses, box
springs. Iron frame springs, cushions tyid pil
lows renovated at special price*. Speclsl this
week—Mattresses renovated, $2.59. Colombia
Bedding Co., 616 E st. n.w. Phone Main 5528.
SaTTRESSEH - AND PILLOWS renovated at
most reasonable price*. Let ns call, give esti
mate. Prompt deliveries and satisfaction aa
anred. Eagle Beoding Co.. 112# 7th at. n.w.
Main 7992.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER, J. E HOB-'
BON. Best work, lowest price#; prompt aerv
tre. 419 G at. n.w Phone Ma*n 6706.
PAINTING time approaches. We will he
to estimate on your interior and exterior paint
ing. Wheo you think of painting think of
Carow * Fry. 1011 H at. n.w. Main 1261.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING—LET UR
repaint and paper your house for the Shsiners’
coming. Estimates given. A. E. Vaughan. 906
19th n.e. Llnq. 5616. 24*
PAPERHANGING—.ReasonabIe prices; no de
lay; good workmanship; reasonably. Enter
prise Decorator Co.. 1629 14th st. n.w. North
4051. my!s*
PAPERHANOINO. SEE ME BEFORE HAV-
Ing that papering done. I ran save yon
money. J. R. SEARS, 639 New York are.
n.w. North 2030.
PAPERHANOINO—Room* papered, $7 and up.
A. T. George. 220 12th at. a.w. Telephone
Franklin 625!
PAPERHANOINO AND PAINTING —H. E.
Phillips, 227 2nd a.c. Line. 3368. Quick,
efficient service, guar, work: reasonable prices.
mv!4*
PAPERHANOINO AND PAINTING, room# pa
pered. $6 up. Inferior and exterior painting
at lowest price#; all work guaranteed. Met
ropolltan Dec. Co.. 427 G at. n.w. Frank. 800.
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING Phonograph#
repaired by expert: part# for all makes rat
chines. Franklin 5075. 899 9tl) st. nw.
PIANO TUNING. $2; piano and player repair!
Ing. Speake A Spriggle, 922 N. Y. ave. n.w.
Main 5616. .
PIANO TUNING—Pianos and player# re
paired, reflnlahed and rebuilt by skilled work
men. Plano tuning. $2. Schaefer. Sanderaon
Plano Co.. 644 H st. n.e. Lincoln 1067.
PLUMBING. li EATING AND TINNING.
‘‘Have It Done Right—Get Casey,” 8207 14th
at. n.w. Columbia 155-1331.
PLUMBING AND HEATING—John R. Guerin.
412 E. Cap. at. Line S4l7—Steam and hot
water heating, plumbing, boiler and power
plants. Found reliable for 25 years.
PLUMBING AND TINNING. JOBBING IS
our specialty. Qnleh service In emergency
cases. When you think of plumbing, think of
CAROW A FRY. 1011 H at. n.w. Main 1261.
PRINTING—Complete printing service, wrlt-
Ing, Illustrating, composition and presswork;
high-grade commercial work. Columbian Print
ing Co.. Inc., 815 14th st. -n.w. M. 4250.
REFRIGERATOR R E P AIRING DON’T
throw away your old refrigerator: let me re
pair and rellne It at good at new. M. ISIS,
Tinning'and Roofing. M. 7610. 803 9th n.w.
HUG WEAVING—RUGS REWOVEN FROM
worn carpets, durable and cheap. OLD LAU
REL ECLIPSE. 809 10th ft. a.w. Frank. 8977.
•p2o*
SEWING mXC#IINEB CLEANED, REPAIftES
and adjusted; all makea; parts for ell makes;
work guaranteed In writing for ou year. Op
penhetmer's Shop Unique, Washington's oldaat
sewing machine dealer#. Bth and B ata n.w.
TRUNK REPAIRING. Mlntz repairs trunks,
leather bags, ladles’ handbags, etc. Call or
phone Mint*. 938 F st. Main 8688.
WINDOW and yacunm cleaning; general clean
ing contractors. Ideal Window and Vacuum
Cleaning Co.. Inc. H. 5258. 904 11th n.w.
WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES. Good qnal-
Ity opaque shades fitted to your windows, 85c.;
the beat quality of opaque shades, sl-15; hung
free. Wa call with samples. Klaeblatt. UU
I and H sta. ia Unco la 879,
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTlQttf&, «n vjoda; out prices paid. £
*. Arnold. 182* O et. Melr. 8178.
BED, full (lie, complete: suite lowe«t priced
Address Box 31-W. Star office. • _
BOOKS—We buy Union, school, college, mis
cellaneous book*, dictionaries, standard seta
and encyclopedias. Send or Hat books. Pearl
man’a Book Ship. 953 G at. n.w. Fr. 3416.
CLOTHING Army and Naav clothing and
boots: hlpbeat prices paid. Call Franklin 1280.
CLOTHES—WiII pay highest prices for ladies*
and men’s worn clothes. Write or phone D.
Stein, 1808 7th st. n.w.: phone North 499.
CLOTHING—WiII call In my unlettered auto
mobile, city or suburbs, and 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, 1332
Tth at. nw. North 1753.
fLOTHINu Highest prices paid for men’s
and boys’ worn clothing and ahoes. O. Llcbt
man. S’. 8815. 1744 7th si. n.w.
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., 801 Eye n.w.
Phone Main 5630,
FLOOR SHOW CASE; small size only. Sinker.
1112 G at. n.w. •
FURNITURE and miscellaneous articles
bought and sold; beat prices paid; prompt
attention. The Amer. Household Co., 713 12th
et. n.w. Franklin 3403. 24*
FURNITURE^—We buy household furniture
and office fixture*. Money advanced on stor
age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D
sts. n.w M. 6300.
FURNITURE, young couple desires to pur
chase some good used furniture to outfit 4-
f"om flat. Franklin 6144. 23*
FURNITURE—If you hare any furniture or
other goods to sell, and you want to obtain
best results, send for Louis Notes, 814 E st.
n.w. Phone Franklin 2013.
FURNITURE of all kinds, including rugs, car
pets. brie a-brae. etc. Call Frank. 76.
FURNITURE—N. Klrstetn, 320 Bth at. n w.;
of furniture wanted. Phone Fraakiln
FUR N ITU BE—HIGH CASH PRICES FOB
furniture of all kinds; office furniture a
Specialty. 630 Mass, ave. nw. Frank. 6183.
FURNITURE, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M
1282 for wagon or have me call. “Weschler ”
920 Pa. ave. n.w.
FURNITURE of all kinds wanted Immediately,
as a whole i.r odd pieces. Lincoln 8683. 10*
FURNITURE and household goods wanted •
you will feel satisfied with prices I par H
Welsenberg. 14i)3 N. J. ave. n w. North 5883-J.
FURNITURE, bedroom, mahogany or walnut;
modern: fixtt Wilton rug; must be nice condi
l.on. Call Clave. 1581. •
FURNITURE—in immediate need of furniture
for an 8-room house; will buy as a whole or
odd pieces. Call Franklin 3785.
FURNITURE—If you want to ontaln best re
soils for your furniture and other miscel
laneous, call M. Shapiro. 600 Louisiana ave.
n.w. Kranklb. 3785.
FU R MTU RE enough for 9-room house want
ed Immediately; will buy as a whole or odd
pieces Kindly call Franklin 6469
GOLD, silver, watches, diamonds and old
Jewelry needed In onr mfg dept. Full cask
value paid Mellnger's. 820 F st.
JEWELRY. diamonds, gold, silver, platinum
and artificial teeth. D. Alpl.er. 907 G at. n.w.
Main 2875.
OLD GOLD—Bring ua your old gold, silver."
platinum, diamonds; also discarded Jewelry.
We need them in our manufacturing dept. Will
pay highest prices. A. Kahn Inc.. 935 F st.
PIANOS and Vlctrolas, old gold, silver, dia
monds and Jewelry. A. F. Arnold, 1323 G
st. nvw Main 8173.
PIGGLY WIGGLY STOCK wanted, Evergreen
Mine*. Renco Film. Miller Tram Control. A.
Deibel, Boatmen's Bank bldg., St. Louis.
Mo
___ PERSONAL.
WANT TO DRIVE YOUR CAR? WILL
teach you in short time; years experience;
reasonable; satisfaction guaranteed. Address
Box 19-W. Star office.
CLOTHING. MEN’S CAST-OFF. DON’T SELL
until you seo us. Highest prices paid. Auto
• alls. Main 4148. JUSTU S OLD STAND.
61b D
ELECTRIC BATH MASSAGE FOR EXCES
aive fat, nerve trouble, lumbago, rheumatism,
etc. Graduate nurse Colored I. N. 6935-3. 22 •
SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH MASSAGE AND
medical gymnastics, by expert French mas
seuse. At office or at home. Moderate charges.
MR. ERIC, Phoue Main 2448. 1424 K st. n.w..
Apt. 45. •
WE ARE NOW PAYING $2 TO *lO FOR
men’s and ladies* used suits. Our prices for
old clothing are the biggest. Wash. Clothing
Exchange. 633 D at. n.w. Phone Main 3378.
RATS. BEDBUGS. ROACHES. FLEAS: IN
afant results. GEORGE F. SAPP. 227 Mary
land building. Franklin 2991. aprSO*
PHYSIOTHERAPY AND ELECTROTHER
APY scientifically given. For appointment,
phone Potomac 1447.
" ~ HOME FOR AGED
Invalids and reef cure; special diet: night
and day name North 7963. 1724 2f.th ft.o.w 1
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
The Star requires from
• advertisers in this column
references and a detailed
statement of their proposition.
rafeteria, Mt. Pleasant: rent.
{U.S. Including 4-room and bath apt. above;
doB 1 * 375 per day; 6-year lease.
1417 K st. n.w.. suite 304-305.
ROOMING HOUSE, centrally located; electric
"Yl pvp*. *3O; Income, *185; price right to
quick buyer; cash or payments. Address Box
29Q-K. Star office. jga
CAFETERIA, soda fountain and candy store
for sale, in heart of business district: doing
fine business; If you have $5,000 cash come
In and see us. 1417 K st. n.w.. suite 304-. UV..
GASOLINE and accessory station Splendid
n.w. location: fully stocked and equipped: do
■nf> large business; two drlvc-ins; long lease
with option to purchase propertv: price.
$10.500. Address Box 314-K. Star office. 18*
TEAROOM, near 18th st. and Col. rd.—Booms
above pay rent of entire building; fine equip
ment: wonderful future; price only SOOO. Ad
dress Box 254-K. Star office. ]B*
NEAR-BEER SAIAJON* for sale; doing good
business: good reason for selling. Address
Box 232-K. Star office. 1 8»
COLORED BARBER SHOP. 1332 You st. n.w"
best offer over $1,000; cash preferred; leaving
city soon. Apply Nathaniel W. Hills, same
address. jgs
ROOMING HOUSE, good location: 28 rooms,
3 baths. Apply between 8 and 6 p.m. 620
Pa. are n.w. 23*
PARTNER wanted with capital for manufac
turing aeronautical device. Call between 10
and 12:30 or 5 to 7. 2462 Ontario rd.
DOLL STAND, candy stand, lunch stand and
bowling alley to let at Chevy Chase like for
season of 1923. Apply J. W. Wood, King Pin
Bowling Alleys, 14th and Monroe.
FOR SALE—Cleaning and dyeing establish
ment. For Information phone 001. 8055. 19*
WILL SELL two shares Commercial Loan and
Finance Corporation stock at reduction. Ad
dress Box 200-K. Star office. 18*
HOTEL for sale; prominently located; no
case; room business only; always filled: good
class transients; nice business for man and
wife; rent. SIOO mo.; 3-year lease; owner ill
asks us to sell it. Lewis Realty Co., 1417
K st. u.w. Phone Main 9755.
PARTNER wanted for established, high-clasa
tea room: popularly known house; $4,000 buys
half Interest; doing fine business; need help
as much as money. Lewis Realty Co., 1417 K
st. n.w. Phone Main 9755.
FOR RENT, splendid location for first-class
dining or tea room: ground floor: near Conn,
ave. aud U at.; located, arranged and fin
ished where first-class dining room would be
sure to pay. Call Union Realty Corpn., 1410
G st. Main 8413.
FOR SALE, variety store; established 18
years; old age and ill health cause. 526 U
n.e. 20*
TEA ROOM in refined apartment bldg; nicely
furnished; full equipment; paying business;
must sell by May I, owner leaving city; will
also rent my 3-room furnished apartment, in
same building, transferring lease; splendid
opportunity for some one. Address Box 808-
K, Star office. •
MILLINERY STORE for Bale, on King st..
Alexandria, Va. Address Box 317-K, Star
pfflup. *
FOR SALK, entire contents house 1710 Q st.
n.w., including completely equipped cafeteria.
MEAT MARKET and vegetables, with 6
rooms and good lease, for sale by the owner.
Phone. Address Box 263-K. Star office. 20*
HOTEL of 16 rooms, IVi acres of land, in
center of large, growing village, on state
road and railroad; one of southern Maryland’s
best stands: a bargain to quick purchasers:
price, $7,000. S; K. BURCH, Agent. Uughes
vllle. Md. 21*
ROOMING HOUSE, 17 rooms; centrally lo
cated; paying Investment. Address Box 181-K,
Star office. 22*
NAVY YARD OARAGE, 9th and M s.e.—Will
lease room, suitable for battery service station
or radiator end fender man. 18*
ROOMING HOUSE wanted at once. Will pay
cash. Address Box 181-K, Star office. 18*
DUPLICATING and office service business
clearing $250 monthly; will inventory $2,300:
offered $2,000, cash or terms; excellent paving
proposition. Address Box 192-K, Star office
GOOD meat market for sale; will sacrifice to
quick buyer; must leave town. Call West
2517. 19*
FOR SALE—Grocery store in thriving section
of Arlington county, between Washington and
Alexandria, close tb Potomac yards; two de
livery truck*; will sell at Inventory; cheap
rent; ill health of owner only reason for sell
ing. Further particulars of John D. Nor
moyle, Alexandria, Va. Phone Alex. 564.
DON'T FOOL your time away m a bad loco
tlon; look at atore 2306 14th at., the denseit
population in the city; car atop in front; fine
for barber abop, beauty parlor, dyeing aad
cleaning or any business. Frank E. Altemua.
274, 14th st.
WE WILL LOAN FROM SIOO T(f *3OO ON
D C. REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD
GOODS OR CHATTELS; 7 PER CENT IN
TEREBT; COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN
OUR METHOD OF MAKING SMALL LOANS.
COMMERCIAL LOAN AND FINANCE CORPO
RATION, ROOM 21L 921 15TH ST. N.W.
SYSTEM COPYRIGHTED AMD PATENT
PBNDINO.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
Codllbbml.
ssoo—Rooming house; 1). rooms: 2 baths;
Just off Conn, are.; lease; cheap rent.
s7oo—Rooming bouse; 12 rooms; 2 baths;
good n.w. section; easy terms.
sl.loo—Rooming bouse; 12 rooms; rent, $45.
s7so—Rooming house; 12 rooms; rent, SSO.
SBS0 —Grocery and 2 rooms; rent. $25.
SBS0 —Grocery and 6 rooms; rent, SSO.
SI,OO0 —Grocery and 7 rooms: rent. $45.
s2,ooo—Grocery and 8 room*; rent, $55.
sl.loo—Confect and fountain and 7 rooms.
$1,500 —Confect and fountain and 6 rooms.
s3.soo—Confect and fountain and 5 rooms.
$750 —Cigar and news bus.; rent, $25.
SBS0 —cigar and news bus.; 4 rooms; rent,
SSO; 4-year lease; a bargain.
s4oo—Tailoring bus.; great sacriflce.
ssso—Nearbeer and lunch, 7 rooms; rent,
$75; good business; big bargain.
R. M. CURTIS, MAIN 8043; MAIN 7778.
218 Machinist’s bldg., Oth and Mass. ate. new.
SHOE REPAIR SHOP.
Corner location; downtown; cheap rent; mod.
ern electrical equipment; will sell small rash
payment; bal. monthly; no competition nearby.
Ph. Frank 8585, bet. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. *
P. F. CARLEY,
Real Estate and Business Broker.
617 E st. n.w. Phone P. 6153.
FOB BALE.
One of the best paying oakery, restaurant
and confectionary businesses In northern Vir
ginia. Established in 1885. Ice mschlne.
dough mixer, gasoline and electric motors,
aoda fountain, restaurant with seating ca
pacity of 50 persons. This la one of the
best paying and most modernly equipped
places obtainable. Owner has good reasons
for selling.
HOME HIGH GRADE GROCERY STORES
AT A BARGAIN.
ON 30th ST. N.W.
Store and 9 rooms, excellent n.w. location;
doing SSOO a week business; rental, with lease,
$80; price, $3,300.
A GOOD ONE OCT OF TOWN.
Store, dwelling and two acrea of land, elec
tric llghfa, large stock; all for $9,500. with
out stock, SB,OOO.
ON F ST. B.W.
Grocery and meat store and four rooms;
rental, sls; a good bny at $1,600.
A SNAP ON ETS) BT. N.W.
Grocery store and six rooms; good location;
rental, SBS; price, |3,500.
A GOOD ONE ON 4% ST. S.W.
Grocery and meat*, does a business of about
S4OO a week; rental, $35, with 5-ycar lease.
Price, $2,500.
ON 10th ST. N.E.
Store snd fire rooms, a paying proposition;
rental. SSO with a 3-year lease; price, $1,200.
If you are interested in any other lines of
business in the city or vicinity, come around
snd see us. We have something to suit you
or we'll find it. Thst's our business.
P. F. CARLEY.
Marshall Business Brokers
Boarding bouse, 16 rooms; near 13th and K
sts. Price. $1,400.
Rooming house on 12th st. near E; 15 rooms,
5 baths; rent, SIOO. Price, $1,400.
Rooming house, near 11th and K sts.; 12
rooms; well furnished. Price, (1.350.
Note this bargain—Rooming house of 18
rooms; downtown; divided into spts., bath In
each apartment: price of furniture and busi
ness. $850; worth $1,200.
Dairy lunch; equipment good as new; stjsm
table and other modern fixtures: msrble-top
tables: 3 living rooms; lease. Price. $1,200.
Lunchroom" opportunity for lady. Price,
$450.
Grocery snd meats, new and up-to-date fix
tures; inspection Invited; rent, S3O. Bargain
at $2,500.
Small store In suburbs; rent, (IS. Price,
SSOO.
If yon want to sell a business of any kind,
list with our anccessful and dependable offleea.
where hundreds of places are sold.
Marshall Business Brokers
AUTO SUPPLY and gas filling station; busy
14th st.; a bargain to close a partnership.
Main 5057.
G. B. LIKENS,
AT SACRIFICE—ROOMING
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.
ADDREBSOGRAPH PRESS, Underwood revolv
ing duplicator. 829 sth st. n.w. 19*
AEGLIAN-VOCALION, cost $250. sell $75.
1341 Florida are, n.w. 16*
AUTO KNITTER, triplex; new, S2O. 705 E
st. n.e. 19*
BABY carriage for sale. Call L. 6781,
after 5:30 p.m.
BABY CARRIAGE, reed; very good condi
tion; cheap. 1101 Euclid st. n.w.. Apt. 204.
Col. 8874-. W.
BED, double brass, springs and mattress:
single ivory-finish iron bed, complete; very
reasonable. 701 Taylor st. n.w. 19*
BEDS, three double; practically new; reason
able. 2821 11th st. n.w. 20*
BEDSTEAD, handsome, double, brass; Na
tional link springs; cost $135: sell for SSO;
mattress free: $35 mahogany settee, sell for
S2O; hammock, clothes wringer, swing, other
things: quick: no dealers. Columbia 7339. *
BICYCLE, Black Beauty sport; good condi
tion; 2 new Firestone tires. H. W. Wilder,
call Cleveland 1894.
BICYCLE, girl’s model; practically new; will
sacrifice. Col. 8023.
BOILER— Ideal S-36-5 boiler; first-class con
dltion. People’s Drug Store warehouse, Ist
and Decatur sts n.e.
BOILER, high pressure steam; itj horsepower;
new with injector and all fitting; cost $180;
will sell S6O cash. Briscoe, 1818 B st. n.w.
19*
BUILDING MATERIALS of Perklna residence,
1701 Conn. ave.. at reduced prices, consisting
of stone, brick, roof tile, mantels, quarter-oak
stairs, panel wainscoating. flooring, sheathing,
studding, joists, quarter-oak doors and win
dows, complete with trim; several thousand
feet of piping and large steam boiler, good as
new. Salesman on ground. 18*
BUILDING MATERIAM from our immense
wrecking operations—from Army camps, wreck
ing Jobs throughout the city aud surplus sales
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. sash, doors, bath tubs. NOTE THESE
PRICES: New bathroom outfit, complete, S6O.
Wallboard. per sq. ft., reclaimed, random
lengths, 1c; reclaimed, regular lengths, It-jo;
brand-new. 3o; Firepruf Rock board, brand
new. per sq. ft.. 3»*c. Cantonment sash. 34x
84j£, 6 lights, sl. Roofing, “Capitol,” mfgd.
by Certainteed Co., new. 1-ply, $1.26: new, 2-
ply. $1.75; new, 3-ply. $2.25. Certainteed Co.’s
shingles. “Four-ln-one.” new. per square,
$5. Shovel, 59c; pick, 89c; rake, 89c;
combination, all three, $1.75. Government
lanterns. 89c. Gas-heater, brand-new. “Atlas,’’
25-ft. double copper coil. $11.75: kitchen boil
er, 30-gallon, new. $8.50. SIDNEY HECH
INGER HOUBBW KECKING COMPANY. Camp
Meigs, slh and Florida ave. n.e. Main office,
6th and O st*. s.w. Salesman at either office
will fill your bill of material without loss of
time.
BUREAU—SoIid mahogany, large mirror,
good condition; reasonable In price; no dealers
need apply. Call 2212 R st. n.w. 18*
CANOES—DEMPSEY’S BOATHOUSE. 3«th and
K sts. n.w.: large consignment of Oldtown
canoes for sale; also some private canoes, lo
quire Boathouse office. 29*
CHEST OF DRAWERS, antique; twin lieds.
complete, and other furniture. 1482 Monroe
5L 19*
CLOTHES—Workingmen, fine garments, slight
ly worn, made by our leading tailors, unre
deemed pawnbrokers' pledges, auction goods;
suits. ST. up. Justh’s Old Stand, 819 P st. n.w.
COAL RANGE, large gas range, feather lieds,
brass bed. 1113 Mass, ave. n.w. 19*
COAT, lady’s squirrel skin; value, SBOO. Ad
dress Box 330-K. Star office. 19*
CORNICE BRAKE, 8-ft. Apply 913 11th at.,
between 4 and 5 p.m. 19*
DAVENPORT. 3-plece suite, mahogany single
bed. B-plece mahogany library suite, leather
seats; must be sold before Saturday; make
offer; leaving the city. 1744 Lanier place. 20*
DESKS, several flat-top oak. typewriter desk,
office chairs, typewriters and one Remington
billing machine. 714 12th st. n.w.
DINING ROOM auite, nine pieces: fine con
dition: reasonable; no dealers. 929 E n.e.
DINING TABLE, oak; 4 chairs, buffet, $35. 428
Bth st. s.w. IS*
DRESSES, two. silk; two suits, one cost
(lady’s), site 16; one suit, one overcoat, one
short coat, gentleman's, size about 38; reason
able. Call West 373-J. after 5:30 p.m. *
EGGS—Fresh unfertile eggs by parcel post.
Address Box 137. Ballaton. Va. 20*
ELECTRIC FANS (two), almost new. cheap;
dishes, suitable for lunchroom. 1716 Pa. ave.
EQUIPMENTS AND SUPPLIES for hotels,
cases, butchers, bakers, stores, etc.; refrig
erator builders. The Stern Co., 625-631 La.
ave. n.w. Telephone Main 250.
FRAME LOCKERS, five, complete, ready to
in: cheap. Apply 1380 O.ik st. n.w, 19*
t ULL DRESS SUIT, almost new; size 38;
bargain. Phone Columbia 9504. 18*
FURNISHINGS, complete for 3-room apart
ment. Pelham Courts, 105. 18*
FURNITURE—4 pieces white wicker, with
cushions; $25; 1 white Wicker, 42-ln. table,
$10; 1 davenport, tapestry cover, S4O; music
cabinet, $6; Martha Wash. Table, $5. Apt.
709-B. Wardman Park Hotel. 18*
FURNITURE, dining, living and bed room;
piano, child's desk and rocker. Apt. 1. 2525
Ontario rd. n.w. 19*
FURNITURE, piano, etc.; leaving city. 1349
Oak st. n.w. Col- 8232. 18*
’’ T ’FINITURE —Living room, bedroom and odd
desks, rugs, etc.; excellent condition.
C.,e Ambassador. 18th and 8 sts n.w. 18*
FURNITURE—Regent, mahogany upright, ex
cellent condition, and white Iron bed, aprlnga,
mattress, pillows; also five-section bookcase.
Call Main 2830. Branch 707. •
FURNITURE, living, dining and bedroom
suites; piano, child's desk and rocker. 2525
Ontario road n.w.. Apt. 1. 19*
FURNITURE; practically new, living room,
lining room and 2 bedroom suites; reasonable.
No dealers. Call after 6 p.m., 487 M at. n.w.,
second floor. 2ft*
FURNITURE, new bedroom, living room; bar
gain. Call 5 to T. 1723 17t>u •
FOE SALE—MISCELLANEOUS.
Ceatlnned.
FURNITURE. SBOO dining -room suite. American
walnu i; Italt * n design, for $250. 18 Flower
ave.. Takoma Park; phone 1097. 18*
GAS STOVE, bee, graphopbone, small re frig i
e*ator; cheap. 435 Lj Tenii. ave n.e. 18*
GANGES, all porcelain, and others Just
arrived; can save you one-fourth and more on
!•?* quality; Investigate; two, SOO Scotts.
$45 each. 626 O st n.w. ;Q»
GAS RANGES, good aa new; all (tylea; guar
anteed; less than half price; why pay more?
new rangea; reduced price. J. W. Williams,
609 Bth n.w. Main 2988. 4*
GASOLINE PUMP and tank; "Bowser” 5-gaD
lon-stroke pump and 650-gallon tank; like new;
halt price. United States Storage
Co.. 418 10»h at. n.w.
GO-CABT. Navy blue, ivory wheels; never
used. Apply 2443 18th st. n w
Rood condition; reasonable.
I*2l 19th n.w. North 1908.
GOLF CLUBS and bag, very beat, S3O; cost
$75 North 2742. •
HORSES AND MARES, FIVE; 3 WAGONS;
1 nurry. R*ar 470 Pa. ave. n.w. 23*
HORSES AND MARES, FIVE: 3
1 surry. Rear 476 Pa. are, n.w. «
HOT-WATER HEATER, Pittsburgh Instanta
neous, No. 55. SSO. Col. 1965.
IRONERT electric; 50-luch "Thor,” Tn flrst
claaa conddltion, will be auctioned at Wench
ter a at 11 o’clock Saturday.
IRON SAFE, medium size, new style; large
Inside: $37.50. 1105 13th sf. l»*
KIMBALL player piano, cost $700; manogiTnv;
good condition. Apt. 108, West Clifton Ter
race. •
LIVING ROOM set: three-piece; beautiful !
brand-new; rofet S4OO tlire*» ws-eka ago: will
sell for one-half price. 2005 Col, rd. 20*
MOTORBOAT, cruiser, raised cabin, 32 ft ‘
long; new Knox engine; lavatory; built-in re
frigerator; fully equipped. Parsons, 909 E.
uapitol at. •
MOTOR BOAT, No. 4106, will be sold at pnb
lie auction April 30 at Cumberland boathouse,
5 p.m. 20*
NOKOL AUTOMATIC OIL HEATER, first-'
class condition: win Install. Col. 1848. 20*
OFFICE DESK, flat top, sanitary; 30x48;
three drawers each side; with swivel chair-,
excellent condition: bargain; S2O. 1135 6th s t'J
n.w. •
PHONOGRAPHS, standard make; closing out;
five to select from; any time after 4 o’cloti*.
49 N. Y. are. n.w-. 20*
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS exchanged and aTI
makes of phonographs repaired. Give us a
trial. 718 9th st. n.w. Fran-lin 9633
PIANO—High grade practice, $75; Weber.
$100; Enabe, $75. A. F. Arnold, Auct. 1323
G st. n.w.
PLASTER BOARD, 2ftc ft. U. W. Smith.
323 Ist st. n.w 22*
PLAYER-PIANO, mahogany, perfect condt
tlon, $176; bargain. Apt. 1. 218 4th s.e. *
PLAYER-PIANO, like brand-new; cost $850)
bench and rolls; a bargain for quick sale, $295;
A. F. Arnold. Auct.. 1323 G st. n.w.
PLAYERiPIANO. fine high-grade standard'
make; nearly new; we accepted this instru
ment in exchange on one of our finest Vlc
tcolas; to immediate purchaser very reason
eble; cash or terms to suit the buyer. Ansell,
Bishop & Turner. 1221 F n.w. Vlctrolas.
PORTIERES—Handsome, five pairs; will sefl
by pair or lot; must be seen to be ap
preciated: reasonable. Franklin 2859. 19*
RADIO SET, converted Signal Corps radio set,'
one tube, for sale cheap. Main 8408. 18*
RANGE Combination gas and coal; like
new. 702 Quincy st. n.w.
RECEIVING SET tradio) of SxQ, completes'
Pali Col. 8242 after 7:30 p.m. 30*
REFRIGERATOR, Leonard: kitchen table,
fumed oak dining table, chairs, buffet, oak
rockers, sanitary couch, rugs. North 9604.
Branch 702. •
REFRIGERATOR, $7; kitchen table, $5; two
oak chairs, $4; old style walnut sideboard,
$lO. 37 You at. ne. North 1302-W.
SAXAPHONE—C melody, with case; never
used; very reasonable. North 4011-W. 19*
SEWING MACHINE, Singer, fine condition.
$lO. 4029 Conn ave. *^
SEWING MACHINES—AII makes, sold, rented,
repaired; motors for sny make; hemstitching;
grapbopbones and repairs, all makes Larkto,
813 Pa. ave. s.e. Line. 275. Open evenings.
SEWING MACHINE—Save money] buy our
slightly used machines at SB, $lO, sl2 and
sls; all machines guaranteed to be in perfect
sewing order; come and see them. Capit"!
Sewing Machine Exchange, 25 U at. nw.
Franklin 3778. 18*
STROLLER for sale. Apply 1340 11th at. re.
SUIT, Imported tweed, almost new. $9; cape,
$5; black georgette dress, sports skirt, etc.,
reasonable. 17f»4 I.amnnt st. *
SUlT—Lady's black suit, handsomely em
broiddered; size 40: good condition. North
1421. Apt. 150. 30*
SUIT, black twill box coat suit, $10: black
cloth dress, $8: black serge dress. $5; Iti
yards black feather boa, $10; tan bolivia Rus
sian jacket. $8; all size 38. 1840 Blltmore
st.. Apt. 88. _
TOOLS, carpenter aud cabinetmaker's, for
sale. Apply 522 10th at. s.e. 1$»
TWIN SULKY and high chair; reasonable.
658 6th st. n.e.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood. Remingtons,'
Royals, L. C. Smiths, Monarch*. Coronas,
Woodatocka, Olivers, Remington Monarch!.
Smith Premiers, all of the above typewrite™
are late models, guaranteed; Shipman * Ward
factory rebuilt Underwoods guaranteed fire
years; 10 days free trial; $3 down delivcra
the shore machines to your home. Federel
Typewriter Exchange, 715 H st. n.w. Main
7874. 20*
TYPEWRITER, Remington NDb 15: almost
new, $25; also Remington Monarch. Shapiro.
3283 M st. n.w
TYPEWRITER—New No. 514 Underwood,
for sale. Address Box 259-K, Star office. 10*
TYPEWRITER. Royal Standard. No. 3: also
roll-top writing desk; call after 5 p.m. 1317
4V4 st. s.w. 18*
Typewriter Rental service, 2301 i«t st.
n.w. North 2684. Underwood. L. C. S.. Retn.,
Royal. $3.25 mo.. 3 mos., In adv.. $8.26; 6
mos., sls. Rebuilt typewriters for sale. Terms.
TYPEWRITERS, all maxes, repaired, over
hauled, rebuilt, bought, cold and rented; no
Job too big, too difficult or two small; quick
action; thorough, guaranteed, expert work;
fair prices. The Typewriter Shop, Inc., 607
E et. n.w. Franklin 6485. _
TTPWRITERS. portables, rebuilt: sold on $4
monthly pay’ts. Washington Typewriter Exch.
moving May 1 to 913 N. Y. ave.: bargains. 30*
TYPEWRITER—Remington. No. '"10. very fine
condition. $25. Col. 293-W. 19*
TYPEWRITERS, all makes sold and rented.
Low prices. Buy on $5 monthly payments Save
money on portables. Washington Typewriter
Exchange, Mutual Fire Ins. bldg., 1301 H
nw. Frank. 1014. Quick auto service, myl*
WALT, CASE, solid walnut, glass doors; suit
able for book or souvenirs. 1832 K st. n.w.
ao*
WALL PAPER, new styles 1023—Save 20
to 40 per cent on every dollar; room lots. $2;
sample books mailed on request. Mahoney's,
824 Pa. ave. s.e.
WALL PAPER SALE—Oatmeal. and
15e per piece; fine wall paper at 7Hr. 10c and
15c. Enterprise Decorating Co., 1629 14th
st. n.w. *
WARDROBE for sale, reasonable. Call 1106
K st. n.e.
WASHING MACHINE and wringer, water
power: used 3 months; reasonable. 8331 P
st. n.w. 19*
WICKER SET, 8-plece; Englander couch, re
frigerator, rug. gate-leg table, kitchen table, 4
chairs, chiffonier, dishes, kitchen utensils; rea
sonable. 1812 K st.. apt. 702; after 6 p.m.
IS*
SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAM
PLE FLOOR AND COUNTER CASES AT
SPECIAL PRICES. “BUY AT THE FAC
TORY.’’ RUSE * C 0„ 808 LOW ST.. BAL
TIMORB. MD.
HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANO.
Full size, late model, perfect condition;
S3OO cash or terms.
PFEIFFER'S. 1210 Q st.
WEBER UPRIGHT PIANO,
Entirely rebuilt, perfect musical condition,
$260 cash or terms.
PFEIFFER’S, 1210 G st.
' NEW PIANOS AND PLAYERS.
Os standard makes, SIOO to $l5O under regu
lar prices; cash or monthly payment*.
PFEIFFER’S. 12X0 O at.
BTEINWAT UPRIGHT PIAN6. '
Late model; perfect condition; S4OO caib ot
term*.
PFEIFFER’S. 1210 Q st.
KNARE UPRIGHT PIANO.
Fall size, just like new. rich mahogany ease,
S4OO cash nr terms
PFEIFFER’S. 1210 G st.
JUST RECEIVED.
United States government harness, wagons,
refrigerators, steam tables, cots, wheelbar
rows and machinery.
WASHI NOTON SALVAGE CO..
803 10th st. a.w.
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO.,
1431 East Capitol at., rent, aell, repair and
buy all makes. Stands free. Open avantnga.
Line. 3881.
$l5O VICTOR VICTROLA, SBS, like new; Vlo-*
tor Vlctrolas, sls, $35, $45. A. F. Arnold,
Auct., 1823 G st. n.w.
NOISELESS
—the Modern Typewriter. Factory Rebuilt
Machines st attractive price*. Rent latest
models by week or month. “Write Without
Noise." SILENT EQUIPMENT INC. 730
15th st. n.w. Main 8379.
CHESTNUT POSTS.
Suitable for chicken yard, garden, grape ar
bor: 6-foot length, 20 cents each: 8-foot, 25
cents each, delivered. Send order to It. L.
Miner. 412 Evans bldg.
PROUTY
SODA FOUNTAINS AND
CARBONATORS
"Beat built fountain in America.”
National Showcase Exchange,
815 9th at. n.w. Main 6145.
SHOWCASES
Second-hand store fixtures of all kinds. We
buy and aell. National Showcase Exchange,
815 9th at. n.w. Main 6145.
HARNESS.
New and used, double snd single wagon,
buggy, surrey and cart and plow barneas; sad
dles and bridle* H price.
OGOaWBLL’B, -
fr. T2BB. 220 11th Bt. N.W.
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