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Don't ■ ‘HetON6 " Vooß Partner unOq*- Plav likcaFath^d , _ihi 5 TeuuS Partner stands Cythis sns mac /\l LTH TIMET " ; (hat vou haven t That vou are noTvtcy -7“7,- helpful i p/T«t^ r That vou arc not Thoroughly plea?£J> WiTM His 6AMf LEARN TO DODGE KNIVES. | Native Karo-Bataks Are Taught ‘‘Knife Dance/’ From the Asia Magazine. Every man among- the Karo-Bataks, In northern Sumatra, is trained in the famous ‘dance of the knife.” since ho movements are the same as those in actual knife duels. In the one we saw two men—one small, with a pugnacious little mus tache, the other tall and lean and graceful as a greyhound—take their places at opposite ends of the dancing; mat. Each drew a knife and with a i .'• ornful gesture threw it into the | • enter of the < ircle. The music took i a defiant, crowing note. It sounded as if two cocks were challenging each i other. Musicians and dancers seemed i to imitate some familiar animal of field or forest. In a wonderfully timed scries of steps and gestures the j men rushed forward, back and for- i ward again: then, with fierce gesticu- | lations. they snatched up their knives j and fell to. The steel glittered in the sunlight ‘ as the fighters circled about each 1 other, nostrils distended and eyes : cl .a ruing, until, with a sudden mo- j tion as swift as the spur thrust of a i bantam cock striking for the kill, the | little man. grasping the knife arm of 1 “Coffee gives comfort and inspiration” A P. * “It may be stated that, after weighing the evi dence, a dispassionate evaluation of the data so comprehensively surveyed has led to no alarming conclusions that Coffee is an injurious beverage for the great majority of adults, but, on the con trary, that the history of human experience, as well as the results of scientific experimentation, point to the fact that Coffee is a beverage which, properly prepared and rightly used , gives comfort and inspiration, augments mental and physical activity and may be regarded as the servant rather than the destroyer of civilization.** This strong indorsement of Coffee was made by Professor Samuel C. Prescott, Director of the Depart ment of Biology and Public Health of the Massachu setts Institute of Technology. • This statement was not made on the spur of the moment, but was one of the conclusions reached by Professor Prescott after the most thorough investi gation of Coffee ever made. For more than three years he worked and experimented in his laboratory. His research was scientific and exhaustive and his findings, therefore, establish the fact that Coffee is a safe and desirable drink for the great majority of adults. i For Better Coffee Every Day , Follow These Rules . I—Sm1 —Sm that tfa* Caßoo m not gr—uJ too 2-iAßewet l*t s rreend ®f wit wt. 3 ~^S , c£j e r st " “*■ S—*iw om anna mhH tta* i—Soaar On Gaffes yot. . Ask yonr dealer er write direct to os for a copy of the NEW booklet, “For Better Coffee,” which explains these rules in detail. Joint Coffee Trade Publicity Committee, 64 Water Street, New York. Tko flrnmun of Soo fooio tfrooO. mhoprohmeo MrtOw kotf 4f aO tko Coffot uui in tkrVnitod Stmtoo, mo towfmetw* tkm wduemewmtiwmhmm opotwUom with tKo Uodtm Cefm ■■ria—ta of the UwUoi SUUo. ' -• : j the tall one and wrenching it side wise and down, forced him to his | knees. Then, just as the aggressor • swung up his weapon for the death blow, the man at his feet broke loose and flung away in a desperate whirl. They closed again, and this time each i managed to grip the knife wrist of his opponent. They stood, breast heaving against breast, knives forced high in the air, as their bodies swayed back and forth. Then both knives fell to the ground and each man fought for the other's throat. Now the big man suddenly caught his game little enemy by the neck and : waist, hurled him to the ground and, ! grasping a knife, appeared to plunge i the weapon into his breast. Then he proudly placed one foot on the seem | ingly lifeless body and swung his ! blade high in the air in a triumphant j gesture. ■ We applauded, for at no time dur j ing the dance, which was as scientific i as a fast-fought boxing match or ; saber duel, did the performers for a I single movement lose time with the I music. ♦ Hunt and Peck. I From. Judge. Ex-Stenographer—Does your hus band give you an allowance, dear, or do you use the touch system? TITE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON', T). C„ FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1924. He Was an Easy Winner. From the Pittsburgh Chranicle-Telegrmph. There was a good attendance at the annual dinner of the "Old Sports' Club.” The chairman announced that ho was going to introduce a novel competition. "A handsome gold watch will be presented to the member who suc ceeds in tolling the biggest fib.” he said. All sons of strange and wildly im probable yarns were told and at last it was the turn of Forking, a man with a mania for fishing. ‘T am afraid that I must decline to enter this contest.” he said. "On what grounds?" came a chorus of voices. “On principle” replied Porkins, proudly. “I never tell lies." The chairman handed him the watch, A Poor Bargain. From the Bums City Star. Bobby—Mama, did you buy me from | the stork? Mama—Yes, dearie, why do you j ask? Bobby—Oh, I*ve often wondered why you didn’t pay a few more dol lars and pick out a little boy without freckles. HELP—MALE. KBVBn mail ORIGIN A R recommendation* jm applying for empUpmtkt. Due COPIBB. AUTOMOBILE S A LEBMA nT good, experienced, to handle exceptional device, Good prospect* «nd generous commission. Are in a position to convincingly demonstrate merit* of article. Address Box 252-M. Star office. BAKER—On Oread and cakes; single man a'eferred. Address P. Behroeder, Indian Head, d. 17* BOOKKEEPER with hank experience for pem I ledger; must be quirk*and accurate; neat pen- I man. Address Box 282-M. Star ofHce. BOY—Apprentice, small bakery. Apply 9 to 12 a.m., 801 Q at. n.w. • BOY in real estate office to collect rents and work around the office; good opportunity to learn the business; stale age and salary ex pected. Address Box 260-M, Star office. BOY in office of large insurance company, age 17; answer in own handwriting, with references. Address Box 260 M. Star office. BOY for Oiling station; change tires and be generally useful; experienced; references. Call 4532 Wisconsin ave. 17* BU6HELM AN—Appy at once, Ncweorn 4 Green, 1002 F street n.w. CADDlES—Burning Tree Clob wants 50 ex perienced caddies Saturday and Sunday. Bn* leaves Chevy Thase Circle 8:30, 9:30. 10:30, 12:30 and 1:39. Transportation free. Report to caddy master. 10* CARPENTERS—2 first class; long job; 0-hour day; Including room and board to right men. $5 day. Address Box 248 M, Star office. 17* CHEF-COOK— Experienced. Apply Gondacre Luiich. 734 14th st. n.w. 17* CHEF, colored, first class; second cook and disliwashers; no Sunday work. 1206 Pa. ave. n.w 16* CLEANER AND HELPER in restaurant; young white man; immediate and permanent work. Apply kitchen. Merchants’ Restaurant, 1417 New York ave. u.w. ■ COLLECTORS (21—Thoroughly familiar with residential section; regular monthly collec tions; married man preferred; must be able to post small security bond; position pays S3O to S3O per week. Apply Collection Manager, 900 Fed.-Am. Nat. Baak bldg. COLLEGE-BRED MAN under 35, whole or part time Special training. Many success ful. leading life insurance company. Address Box 214 E, Star office. ENtiINEEUIXCJ DRAFTSMAN, experienced in structural steel shop details. Stale experience fully. Address Box 27.VM. Star office. IT* EXCAVATORS, reliable, having 2 large trucks. 121 11 St. n.w. 47* FA KM HA ND AND TEAMSTER ' combined; willing worker: $45 monthly and board. K. P. Bennett. Kenilworth. BhC. 18* GENERAL OFFICE WORK, middle aged man. Address Bor 169 M, Star office. • HELPER in ice cream shop; colored. Rudd's, 18th and Col. rd HOTEL CLERK - Young man; moat have bad st least three years* experience and must be able to furnish the very best of references. Address Box 277 M. Star office. HOOBB PAINTERS—After iGxi.m. apply 1828 Ela. ave. n.w MAN—Yoong teacher or college stndent; va cation in the country; interesting work; $360 for 90 days. Address Box 171 E. Star office. MAN, good, reliable, with conveyance, who can give bond, as assistant manager. Apply Singer Sewing Machine Co., 508 King st., Alex andria. Va. 17* MAN. middle aged, active, for light, pleasant, ontside wort; permanent position in Washing ton. Emmons Co.. Newark. New York, * Men. colored, two wanted to help on truck. Apply Washington Paper Stock Co.. Roaalvn, Va. MEN to sample corn flakes. Apply Union Storage Company, Ist and K sis. n.e.. 8 a.m. • MEN of neat appearance (4), wanted at once, to sell goods on trains; $25 cash security: bine suit required. Apply Cnion News Company, office No. 3 East Basement. Union station. MEN—We want to secure the services of a few men who are willing to learn and to work hard for exceptionally large earnings and an assured future. Experience not essential, as we teach you. Part or full time. Apply only If well recommended and earnest. Interview from 5 to 7 pm. Goldsmith A Co., Goldsmith building. 1495 Eye st. n.w. Main 9*570. MEN to distribute advertising. 7 a.m. The Gaff Col. 939 D st. n.w. Id* MEN, three, for insurance work; experience unnecessary We will teach you how to build your own business and mate at least $l5O while learning. Maximum commission and fully equipped office. Agency Superintendent. 700 Bond bldg.. lefore lO a_m.or after 4 p.m. NIGHT CLERK—Single man: room furnished; some porter Work required. Call 11 am. Sal urday. 1222 Penn, ave. n.w. PAINTER—First-class, non-union man. thor oughly experienced in both Ulterior and exterior work; only the best need apply. Give full particulars. Addresjs Box 257-M. Star office. PIANIST, banjoist. etc., for dance orchestra now forming. Columbia 7673 between 7 and 8 tonight only. • PORTER and dishwasher. Apply fluyler's 12th and E. PRESSEItS on Hoffman machine. Apply at once, Carmack Dry Cleaning Co., 1130 Queen st. n.e. SALESMAN—Opening for neat-appearing, house-to-house man; new exclusive easy-pay ment plan: can earn $35 per week: guaranteed salary and commission at start. 900 Federal- American National Bank bldg. SALESMAN—Good education; permanent po sition: personal interview only. Steward School. 1302 F st. nw. _____ SALESMAN to sell Ford cam, automobile sell ing experience preferred; an excellent propo sition for one willing to work hard. Permanent position. Apply Uili & Tibbitts. 301 14th st. n.w. FftlOE SALESMAN for Saturday, extra; ex perience necessary: good salary; good position. Apply Manager. Economy Shoe Store. 725 H st, n.e. Open until 9 p.m. TIRE CHANGER and truck driver, experi enced; colored: most have references. Little A Co.. Inc., 13th and Eye sts. n.w. • WALL SCRAPERS. Apply real estate office 929 N. Y. ave. n.w. WATCHMAN—EIderIy colored man to act as watchman and caretaker. Apply with refer ences. Quality liinndry. IS Lst s.w. YOUNG MAN for meat and grocery store. State age, salary and experience, if any. Ad drew* Box 14.VM. Star office. IS* YOCNG MAN for general office work; knewl crt»c of bookkeeping required: good oppor tunity to learn automobile business. Onrtaman Chevrolet Sales Co.. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. • YOUNG MEN (31 —Over 21. neat appearing, willing workers to learn salesmanship: can earn *35 per week while learning; guaranteed salary. Apply Room 900. 1317 F st. n.w. ATTENTION^ Have openings for 3 men on local sales force; experience unnecessary; references and bond required; married men with ear pre ferred: a real opportunity for a worker. Write Box 293-M, Star office, giving telephone comber. SALESMAN to sell STAR TIRES on easv terms. “PAY AS YOU RIDE.” T. O. PROBEY COMPANY, 2100 Pa. Ave. N.W. HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTY STORE His an opening for a FLOOR MANAGER Aa thia la a position of trust, only tbooe with the best reference* regarding character need applv. Address Box 228-M. Star office. _ CHAUFFEURS FOR YELLOW CABS. We pay the highest wages in the city. New men average 28c net on every dollar they take in. This is our busy season and your take-in will be large. Your pay increases as you stay with us. Apply 1233 20th st. n.w. COLLECTOR Man to do general collecting. Must have auto. T. O. PRORBT COMPANY, 2100 Pa. ave. n. w. CHEF WANTED. A prominent Philadelphia hotel requires the services of a first-class chef. Reply, stating experience, references and sal ary expected. Address Box 264-M, Star office. COMPETENT BOOKKEEP ER FOR POSITION WITH ABSOLUTELY ASSURED FUTURE TO RIGHT MAN. FULL PARTICULARS AND SALARY DESIRED. AD DRESS BOX 89-M, STAR OF FICE. DRIVE A BLACK & WHITE! We need —right away—sever al hustling, experienced chauf feurs who want to make big money. References required. Apply to Mr. Ryan, Black & White Garage, 1214 New Harap shire ave. n.w. HELP—HALE AND FEMALE. miTf., restaurant, chib and apartment bonne help for all departments today; number of po sition* now open; cooks, waitress, elevator, oisaner*, etc. Mutual, 010 N. T. ave. 18* HELP—MALE AND FEMALE. Coallmaed. CANVABBBR, house-to-house, wanted; man or woman. Inquire 3506 M st, n.w.; basement. 17* MAN AND WIFE—Good cook, care of house and grounds; no laundry; excellent accommoda tions. Cleveland 3357. COOK, woman, experienced; and all around man for summer resort in Maryland; man and wife preferred. 1424 Mass. ave. n.w. WANTED—SALESMEN. SALESMEN—Two, experienced tire or acces sory. Apply between 2 and 5 p.m. See Mr. Lindsey, 423 New Jersey ave. n.w. 17* SODA FOUNTAIN specialty salesman, experi enced in selling soda fountain supplies to Washington trade: man with auto preferred; salary and commission; permanent connection and big opportunity for right party. Apply 1714 20th st. n.w. 16^ WE HAVE AN OPENING for several sales men capable of earning from $75 to fIOO per week. Apply The Apple Consumers Club of America. 1716 H at. n.w. _ 17* INSTRUCTION COURSES. AUTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY giT*n. Tall EC. W o do the r<»Bt. GOOD POSITIONS await Rradufttea. A abort int«*aaivi? coutmc in *horthaod, typewriting. l>ook keeping, or civil service will never be regretted; snmmer rates. Wood’s Commer cial Sriiool. 311 East Capitol. HAVE AN OPENING FOR*SEVERAL BBAU tv parlor opera tors in our newly formed cAtaaea. Garden Uosc lleauly Parlor, 1112 H. LESSONS IN MAH JONG. Phone North *4OO or write 200 S at. n.e. 18* ICAIMO —Summer term uu at greatly reduced rate* of tuition. Classes f» nights in week 7 to 0. Prepare for amateur or commercial license. Enroll any time. Positions f*»r graduates Loomis Radio College. 406 9th. 22* BEGINNERS LEARN FASHION DRAWING and sketching In eight weeks; low tuition. LIVINGSTONE AC A DEMY. DESIGNING. DRESSMAKING. MILLINERY. 804 17th St. Fr. 747a. 31 • _ Civil Service Examinations, The Patent Office needs 100 assistant exam iners Exam.. June 4 A 6; salary, $1,860. Sleu. and typ. exam.. May 13 and June 10: tuition, $5 Also special course for molligrtph op erator and mimeograph operator. June 4; sal ary. $1,140 to $1,500. Clause* 5 days and 5 nights each week. Home trtudy course, $5. Special iuatrurlion on calculating machine*. The Civil Service Preparatory School. S B. corner 13th and F n.w. Franklin 20(40 Washington Business College. Shorthand pays Mg dividends. Start your course nt once. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. GREGG OR PITTMAN SHORTHAND Tmich Typewriting. Bookkeeping. Aeconnttng. Penmanship, Letter Writing and Chril Service. CLASSES EVERY DAY AND 5 TO 7 OR 7 TO 9 P.M. on Monday. Wednesday and Friday evening*. No charge for our employment M*rriee. Enroll today. Summer now forming. 1328 EVE ST. N.W. PHONE MAIN 4»r,9. AN EXPERT training in DRAFTING will enable you to enter this profession of high salaries and pleasant work. Learn now in vour spare time, night or day. at the COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING. 14th and T at*. Phone N. 272. Our latest catalogue sent you on request. Shorthand only, typing only, secretarial, cud CIVIL SERVICE preparatory, day or evening; rates. 16 to $24 monthly; no advance payment. Small clave groups and Individual instruction Classes now forming. Hefa. required from all stu dents. Admission by written application only. WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES. 511 Transportation Bldg.. 17th and H Sts EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. BUS BOYS, elevator girls, waitresses and help of nil kind* for country. 1359 You st_ n.w. DO YOU .VKED a good stenographer, typist or bookkeeper'; If so. call Main 3430. Strayer's Employment Service. (So fees.) WANTED—Nurse, colored. SSO: several colored maid*. 2 butlers. Fnller'a Exchange, 1221 25th st. • SITUATIONS WANTED—Firat-claaa cooksT nursen, waitreme*. laundresses, coaples, but lers. chauffeur* and general homeworker*. Ladies Exchange. 807 Vermont ave. HE LP. COLOR ED FOR IN AND OUT CITY' Plenty of work on hand—Free. BUSINESS POSITIONS Free regtatrmtlon. Washington Employment Exchange; operated for the public by tba Washington Sekaoi for Secretaries. NO CHARGE UNLESS YOU ARE PLACED. Jtnom 2J TeanvDortafion_ hldr . 17th and H. HELP—FEMALE. ALTERATION HAND, experienced on dresses; permanent position. Apply 1328 G at. n.w. BOOKKEEPER—Restaurant and food control experience essential; capable of preparing financial statement; state salary expected and references Address Box 549 M. Star office COLORED GlßL—Young, to do light ciran ing in office. 1214 New York ave. FANCY PRESSERS on silk work. Apply ready for work. Carmack Dry Cleaning Co., 112*1 Queen st. n.e. GIRLS, white, for flat-amrk Ironing: experi enced. Ambassador Laundry. 1426 Irrtng st. GIRLS, experienced, wanted for corset shop. 823 llth st. n.w. • LADY DEMONSTRATORS (two) for local de partment stores. Carroll Erwin Co.. 707 12th n-w. 17* I.ADY of good personality and fair education, for desirable position with reliable corpora tion: most be loyal and faithful to her work, capable of gradually assuming responsibility and wining to learn detail* of company's business. Must be willing to work without a I*Address Box 269-K. Star office. MANAGER for cafeteria: moat know hew to prepare menu, generally supervise the way food is prepared. A good position is open for a competent lady. State yoor experience, age and salary desired to start. Address Box 193 M. Star office. MARtIELLEB and all-around beauty parlor operator good wages. 1112 H at, nw. 17* MARCEL D AVER to manage shop, or win give half interest to right party. 606 13th n.w. SALESLADY, experienced, coats and dresnesT Orkin's. 1204 D st. n.w. SALESLADY, experienced, coat and suit dept. Ixieb Co.. 714 7th st. n.w. SALESLADY, experienced in ladiea’ ready-to wear. Apply at Federal Clothing Stores. 621 7th »t. n.w. STENOGRAPHER—State education, experi ence, age. salary and three references in first letter. Address Box 196-M, Star office. STENOGRAPHER—To do filing and assist in general office work. See Mr. Heinbuck. H. B. le-ary, Jr.. Co-partnership. 1612 You st. n.w. STKNOGRAPH EU-TYPIST—One with knowl edge of telephone switchboard. Address Box 85 M. Star office. TYPIST, experienced preferred; SSO per month. Address Box 86-M. Star office. TYPIST, experienced, in real estate office, for good position; preferably one familiar with accounts; state reference. Address Box 212-M, Star_offlce. WOMAN, white, to help with housework; slay nights: *25. Adams_34R7. YOUNG LADY for beauty shop. 606 I3th st. n.w. a YOUNG LADY—Work in confectionery store. Apply 37 Bth st. n.e. YOUNG LADY—Over 25 years of age, living at home, for small home-like office: most be good at figures, with some knowledge of gen eral office work; those seeking political ap pointments do not apply; want only willing workers; sl4 per week io start; rapid ad vancement. Apply In own handwriting. Ad dress Box 323-M. Star offlee. SALESLADIES FOR LADIES’ SPECIALTY SHOP Only live wires with good appearance and experience. State fully your qualifications or applications wIH not be considered. Address Box 200-M. Star office. * YOUNG WOMEN FOR TELEPHONE OP ERATING. PLEASANT WORK. PERMANENT POSITIONS. GOOD SALARIES. NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. APPLY ROOM 1. 722 12th STREET N.W. THE CHESAPEAKE A POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY. SALESWOMEN wanted, expe rienced on coats, suits and dresses. Young Ladies’ Shop, 1113 G st. n.w. * SALESWOMEN with ability and best character references, in sweater, blouse, underwear, hosiery, women's and nuaaea’ departments of a high-class spe cialty store. Address Box 233-M. Star office. HELP—DOMESTIC. CARETAKER, white; fine cuce for right party. Call Adams 1656 after 7 p.m. 17* CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS—CoIored. pfT vate family; for country, near Washington; good wages. Reference. 3232 13th st. n.w. COLORED GIRL, neat and reliable, refer ences, for half day's work; S2O month and car fare. Phone Clove. 2656. 17* COOK. S4O: can stay nights; best references’. 2415 California st. W. 1764. •_ COOK and bouse worker; experienced; small family and good pay. A. X. Flshel, 2614 Conn, ave. • COOK and general boast work, reliable woman with city references: good wages; small fam ily. 1727 Q si, * HELP—DOMESTIC. Con tinned. COOK—Private family; references. 1367 Co lumbia rd. * n* COOK and general honseworker wanted, $35; must slay nights; good home; small family. Maln 157 or Pot. 1607 W. 17* COOK and general house worker. Phone Cleve, 826, COOK and general housework; stay nights; ref erences. Cleve. 1855. GENERAL HOUSEWORK—CoIored girl! 519 Maas, ave. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, colored woman, in mornings. 1720 Euclid st. n.w. • GENERAL UOUBEWORKKK and go to sea shore for summer. Phone Cleve. 1215. 8 East Irving gt., Chfvy Chase. GENERAL I lot ME WORK—Colored girl. Apt. 411. Ea*t Clifton Terrace. • GEN E RAL HOUSE WORKER Stay nights. 2901 Woodland drive. <'adl Adams 2017_ GIRL for general housework. Apply 2810 141,1 "L n-w. Col. 4038. HOUSEMAID and waitress in a amail family; experienced and well recommended colored w *>o will stay at nights. Call Potomac 2864 for appointment. f° r a few hours a day. Ap ply 1923 21st at. n.w., the Lexington. Apt. 3. < all between 2:39 and 5:39. NURSE—White, experienced for two small children; references; excellent position. Apply Mrs. S'nowden. 1418 Madison st. Adams 4473. WILL GIV E 2 NICE FURNISH E D BASE ment rooms to couple and some pay iu n change for lady's help, 500 11 Hi si . n.e. • WOMAN, competent, white, to tare for one person; stay nights; good wages. Apply with reference»._ _ 16m Jttth st n.w. SITUATIONS—MALE. ACCOU NTA N T OFFICE M A NAGER Ex perl eneqd and capable of handling or supervising all office details, credits, audits and income tax matters. Address Box 60-K, Star office BOOKKEEPER—Experienced in credit - deptl work; best references. Address Box 292 M Star office. • BOOKKEEPER - ACCOUNTANT, experienced, desires connection; ambitious and not afraid of work; can use typewriter; will start on moderate salary. Address Box 283 M, star offlee. BOOKKEEPER—Ten years' commercial cxts-ii* em-e: thoroughly eenveisaut office detail answers confidential. Address Box 49 M b'ar office. is;* BRICKLAYERS—Work by day or contract 1644 B st. *.c. jq* CHAUFFEUR, white, with livvrv desires po sitiou with private family. Phone Franklin CHAUFFEUR, colored, experienced truck dri ver; reference. 42 L n.w. Fr. 93058 J. jfi» COOK AND HOUSEWORK, by Filipino? Ad dress Box 571 M. Star office. 17* COOK—Colored, first-class, wishing position Call at any time. 506 Ist st. n.w. 16* CREDIT MAN, experienced, desire* to ma¥e change; hard, persistent worker. Address Box 294-M. Star office. • DAY'S WORK by man with light delivery truck. 1159 17th st. n.w. n» DRAlTSMAN—Eiperattnced mechanic*! or top ographical. desires position in Washington. Address Box 278-M. Star office, 23* GARDENER, florist, for country estate; reli able single man; European and American ex perience; references. Care Mr. Snider, 2821 £oth st. n.e. 16*” JOB OF ANY KIND or house cleaning, by young colored man. North 6542. MACHINIST wishes place in garage to do mechanical work. D. B. Stambuch, 9**l M st. n.w. i7* NIGHT WATCHMAN or janitor; position wanted by colored man. 148 Yon st. n w Pot. 2751-J. PHARMACIST, now employed, desires change for excellent reasons; experienced, active, ca pable of full or partial management of store. Address Box 297-M. Star office. • POSITION in drug store; not registered, but familiar with pat. med. and sundries; three years' experience. W. L. McCarthy, Apt. 36, 1440 W st. n.w • POSITION. DRIVING, either private or truck, by well educated married man; licensed for eight years in D. C. Address Box 325-M. Star SECRETARY and correspondent desires con nection; accustomed to initial handling and taking charge; wide <ummercial experience: six year* British embassy; good stenographer. Address Box 319-M. Star office. 17* STENOGRAPHER 121), experienced, rapid and accurate typist wants work. Main siso. Br 25 between 5 and 6. 17* STENOGRAPH E R-TTPI ST—Work evenings' by capable law graduate with secretarial eipert ence. Address Box 268 M, Star offlee. 18* TYPIST, good, wants position: long hours, hard work and moderate pay desired. Address Box 178 M. Star office. UNIVERSITY GRADUATE, fair draftsman and typist, desires position; patent work pre ferred. Address Box 177-M, Star office, WINDOWS CLEANED. 10 and 15 cents each Franklin 4014. May*. 16* YOCNG MAN. colored, wishes part-time work Call Line. 9323. 17. YOUNG MAN desires position; 3 years’ bank experience: high school graduate. Address Box 273-M. Star office. xg* SITUATIONS—FEMALE. CLERK TYPIST—Young woman with some ex penence In real esUte would like position in real estate office. Address Box 301-M, Star offlee • ELEVATOR OPERATOR or maid in store or apartment; 5 year> - experience; good refer encea. Address Box 312 M. Star office. • GENERAL OFFICE WORK or managerial po sition wanted by yonng woman where ability, honesty and faithfulness arc of value. Addreas Box 3<)o-M. Star office. • PART-TIME POSITION (four to six hours daily), by young woman; college trained, ex perienced in business world, accurate, intelli gent. agreeable personality, e_rceptional ability in literary and research work. Social and business references. Address Box 232 M. Star office. is* PRACTICAL NURSE, by day or hour. Phone Franklin 1705-W. « WOMAN, yonng. wants fnll charge of-em ployed couple's or widower’s home: children no objection. Address Box 566-M. Star offlee. SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC. CHAMBBRMAID-WAITKBBS (white). West 2459. 17* CHAMBERMAID, waitress or day's wort, two neat colored girl* wish position. 50 O *t_ n.w. t Apt. 2. 16* CIin.DRIBN'S GARB—Part time; refined, mid dle-aged, white; references. C. S.. 1906 Park road n.w. is* COLORED GlßL—Place as nurse: wants to go away for summer; city reference. Call 647 B st. s.e. COOK, good, wishes a place to go away or atay. Gall or write. 1433 llth st- n.w. OOOK. experienced, colored, from Virginia, Phone West 3136; reference* furnished. DAY'S WORK, any kind; good laundress; also night worker. 810 Barry pi. n.w. DAY'S WORK OR MORNING WORK, by col ored girl. 1725 9tb st- n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, by neat colored woman; also nurse place by half-grown glrL Ref. 814 Rhode Island ave. n.w. • GENERAL HOUSEWORK—By girl; good ref erences . 929 P st. n,w. IS* GIRL, colored, wants place as nurse for part time work. 1907 K st. a.w. GIKL wants place, small family; atay nights! 937 French st. n.w. 17* HOUSEKHEPER—Widosreri* home preferred. Address Box 88-M. Star office. 16* HOUSEWORK or nurse; neat colored girL 725 Girard st. D-W. 17* HOUSEWORK —Wanted by colored woman. stay nights. 2315 Champlain st- INFANTS NURSE, white, settled; best ref erenev. Call Franklin 4311. 16*_ LIGHT HOUSEWORK wanted by neat colored girl. Col. 3129. NURSE OR OOOK PLACE, by colored woman. 1676 Kalorama rd. WIDOW, with crippled child, would like of fices to clean; references. Address Box 179-. M, Star office, 16* YOUNG LADY attending night school desires work; stay nights; evenings and Sundays free. Address Box 287-M. Star office. • RECOMMENDED SERVICE Tkc fpllovHnp bnHness etmemu tmoron tee nalitfoctiem to Star readers. Any com plaint femnd nerateary to br made to The Star mUI recoaoe prompt attention. For admission to Recommended Service Col «qw» call Main itOO, Branch IIS. ANTS. BKDHUGS, ROACHES. RATS, ALL pesta destroyed; expert workmen. ACME EX TERMINATING CO., 606 9th n.w. Fr. 2766. BUlLDEß—Sleeping porches, breakfast rooms, screens, hardwood floor* and all kinds of repair work; estimates cheerfully furnished. Phone Main 9398. Nights. Line. 2751. 19* CARPENTER—Any Vind repair and Job work: sleeping porches a specialty. Main 4966. 17* CARPENTER- RHP AIR WORK OP ALL kfnds; doors, windows and porches specialty. Estimates cheerfolly given. CoL 5464. 18* CARPETS and oriental rugs cleaned, repaired, stored, at lowest charges. A. P. Rug Clean ing Co. West- 106. 2304 P«. are, n.w. CARPET CLEANING AND WASHING—Hit# Albert Kahlert A 00. clean your carpet a and rugs. Improved steam carpet cleaners. 8M Maryland ave. s.w. Phoao Main 2036. Esti mates cheerfully giveiu CARPET CLEANING and repairing. Capital Rug Cleaning 00. doe* It right at right price. Potomac 2204. 1935 17th st. n.w CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS! Garages of ■ll clasacaand repair work of any kind; terms If Paired (estimates free). ROBBIN RAN DALL CO.. INC.. 302 McGill bldg.. 908 Q st. n w Main 3748. Residential phone. Lin. 5288. ELECTRIC WIRING —LET US ESTIMATE on yonr work. Fa MiUetixe yourself with onr method of wiring and installing fixtures in vour home. Call Main 2757 or visit our show room. GBO. F. MILLER, 90S New York ave. n.w. ■LWCTRIC WIRING Daeri allot■ in old-house wiring; estimate* ebeertafly giren. mamanaj Electric 00., 1317 3Mb at »-W. West 2406. myl7* help and situations. RECOMMENDED SERVICE. ELITE ELECTRIC CO. wires 6-roota irnunr. wiih fixtures complete. $68.00; floor pings and alterationa. M. Bftßs. <6 II n.w. EXPERT HA It I) WOOD FLOOR FINISHING, painting, by skilled mechaoic at reduced prices. •'"Ill Serene. 008 Kith at. n.w. F. 4891. 17* EXPERT WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY rerairing. Prices reasonable. P. R. RICH TEIt. S','2 9lh si. n.w.. bet. H and I Fr. 2154 FURIES, old and new, planed. » niH and rc finished at reduced prices. KAVMO.NI) OU VKU. 511 13th st, s.e. I.ineoln 7855. SO* FLOORS SCRAPED, CLEANED. REFINIBHEIL new floor* laid; more prompt service A lower rates now. ,T. C, Price, 012 sth n.w. Call daytime Fr. 6524. Evening* Fr. 7563-W. _ FLOORS - YOUR OLD FLOORS SCRAPED and finished at a reduced price. Call Fr. 7511. c. 11. Price. 17* FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. Slip-covers made to order. New York Upholstery Co.. 619 F »t. fall Main 3687. FURNITURE UPIJOLETD, REP'D; slip covers made. Esl. cheerfully given. Returned free. TITTeXSOR. 1424 Bth n.w N 7702. GENERAL HAULING ANI) m7»V 15(77bycare ful, experienced men; local and long distance, f. M. imtcher, phone I.ineoln 296(1-W. 22* HOUSE PAINTING; HIGH CLASS WORK. •Dutch Roy lead and oils used exclusively, at reasonable cost; references. 1!. MORAN 216 John Marshall place. Phone Main IT3t ‘ 29* HEATING AND PLUMBlNG—Automatic gas water heaters installed on deferred payments; estimates furnished. fall Main 9398. 19* HOUSE PAINTING, INTERIOR AND EXTE rior. by skilled mechanics. Best references. Paul Serene, nos Kill, st. n.w. F. 4891. 17* KEYS—DUPLICATE KEYS. 25 (’ENTS, made while you wait. Turner A Clark. 1233 New York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 3005, M ATI li ESSES' AND PILLOWS RENOVATED, down comforts recovered: reasonable. North 10145 I'leal Bedding Co.. 1524 7th st. n.w MATTRESSES, pillows and box springs reno vated and remade. Brass bods relacqUered, GEORGE STEIN CO., 344 Pa, ave. n.w. Main 405. MATFRESSES ANV»~'PILLOW3 renovated - it most reasonable prices. Let us call, give esti mate Prompt deliveries and satisfaction as sured. Eagle Bedding Co.. 1123 7th st. nw. Mam 7992. PAINTING Done inside and outside: first, class and lowest prices. M. Brown, 1303 7th -I. a w Non li 76. IS* PA I M ING AND PAPERHANGING—ROOMS papered. $5 and up: eood workmanship. SAM UEL TAMMARO. Columbia T919-K. 28* PAINTING TIME is here. Exterior house painting onr specialty. Always glad to esti mate. CAROW 4 FRY. 1011 U at. n.w. Main 1261. I’A PERH A NGING and painting, good and quick service; will call evenings with samples. W Chadwick. 1018 Douglas st. n.e. X. 7260. I’APERHANGING Promptly; roobts, $6 up: cut-out borders; satisfaction guar. A U. KAT’LFUSS, 701 3rd n.e Line 5163. 18* PAPERIIANGING and painting, moderate prices. 1424 Bth st. n.w. Phone Potomac 2172. C. C. Silence, PAPERHANGING. PAINTING Pre - war prices; first-class work: prompt attention; no 1 delays on account help, as I am on the Job. I can save yon 597e. Give me a trial. You will never regret it. Write for estimates. M Miller. 1736 14th st. n.w. 20* PAPERllANGlNG—Reasonable prices; no de lay: good workmanship. Enterprise Deco, rating Co.. 1829 14th at. n.w. North 4051. 30» PAI*J ilt 11A N GIN i r -BOOMS PAPER F.D IN Du plex polychrome. $lO and up. J R. SEARS, I 639 New York ave. n.w. North 2030. PAPKKHANGING—Rooms. sl.bc and up; in ferior and exterior painting at lowest prices. Metropolitan Dec Co., 427 G n.w. Ph. Fr. 800. PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING—Boom* papered, $6 and up. A. T. GEORGE. 221 13th st. s.w. Telephone Franklin 6624. Alain 8756. PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING—GIobe Purnitnre Co.. 1023 7th st. n.w. We repair all makes of phonographs. Phone Main 5976. PIANO TCNING—Piano® and players re paired. refinished and rebuilt by skilled work men. Piano tuning, $2. Schaefer, Sanderaoa Piano_Co , 644 H st. n.e. I.ineoln 7057. PLUMBING AND B. Guerin. <l2 E. Cap. st., Line 3417—Steam and hot water beating, plnmhke, boiler and power "plants. Found reliable \or 25 years. PLUMBING AND TINNING. JOBBING IS onr specialty. Quick service in emergency cases When roa think of plumbing think of j CAROW 4 FRY 1011 H st. n.w Main 1261. REFRIGERATOR REPAIRING, TINNING and roofing. Let me repair your old refrigera tor. Call Main 7610. 803 9th n.w.. near H. ROOMS PAPERED. $6 up: best work; will show samples. J, A. Jones. 1314 4th st, n.w. Prankiin 9088. 18* WINDOW SHADES. AND SCREENS made to order. Free estimates. PEARSON 4 THOMP SON. 711 G st. n.e. Lincoln 6268. 12* _ WINDOW SHADES and screens made to order. Free estimates J. 51, BUTLER 4 SON. 4000 Ist st. s.e. Lincoln 6965-J. i WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—Good quality cpaqne shades fitted to your windows, 85c; the best quality of opaque shades. $1.15; hung free. We will call with samples. KLEE BLATT. 11th aid H gts. n.e Lincoln 879. PERSONAL. WILL TEACH YOU TO BB AN EXPERT marcel waver and operator in all branches of beauty culture. Classes now forming. Half orice. Msrell Beauty Shoppe. Lincoln 8047. • EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY REDUCED. Wonderful new harmless local application. Uor appointment, call Ur Pella Ledendecker. D. C. Prankiin 8849. 1737 P st. n.w. ELECTRIC BATH. MASSAGE. FOR EXTES- Bive fat, nerve trouble, sleeplessness, rheuma tism; graduate nurse I colored). North 6935-J. I RECOMMEND MT ELECTROTHERAPY and violet-lamp treatments, especially for ex cess weight. lumbago, nenritis. Infantile paralysis and run-down conditions. Phone North 5197. Dr. M. MORRISON. PHYSIOTHERAPHY AND ELBCTR OTHER apy scientifically given by a graduate; treat ment by ultra violet ray; excessive weight re duced. For appointment phone Potomac 1447. 1611 Conn. ave. n.w. AUTO AND FURNITURE SLIP COVERS, sedana, $16.50 up; coupes, $9 up* Southern Uph.. 1207 9tfa n.w. Fr. 8360. this ad. WE ARE NOW PAYING $2 SO $lO FOR meu’s and ladies’ used anils. Our price* for old clothing are tlic biggest. Wash. Clothing Exchange. 633 Dst nw. ITrone Main 3378. JOHNSON BEST HOME for aged, invalid and convalescent; night and day supernslon. North 7963. 1724 20th n.w WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES, old glass, china, furniture, silver, plate, brrssns. art objects. A. F. Arnold, 1323 G st. Main 8173. CAMERAS, field glasses! shofguna. toe’s of every kind; anything yon have to sell. Groce’s, 11th and E n.w. Phone Franklin 833 or postal. CLOTH KB—Will pay highest prices for ladies’ and men’s worn clothes Write or phone D. Stein. 1308 7th st. nw. Phone North 490. CLOTH I NG—Highest prices paid for men’s and ladies clothing. J. Bernstein, 1526 7th at. n.w. Potomac 2340. CLOTHING—WiII call In my unlettered anto mcbile, city or suburb*, and pay you highest prices for ladies’, gentlemen’s, children’s dis carded clothing of all descriptions. Address postal or phone. 1 will calL W. Rice. 1332 7th st. n.w. North 1755. CLOTHING—We are very popular in this city. It’s our cash-down, Irne offers. We can use all the men’s worn clothing, shoes, etc., yon have. Auto calls. Main 4145. Justh’s Old Stand, 619 D. DIAMONDS, old silver, bough' for cash. Louis Abrahams. 815 G st. n.w. DIAMONDS Jewelry and old gold. cash. No red tape. Alvin Hoffs, diamond broker. 818 F st. tlw. , rooms 17 and 18. Main 6458. FEATHER BEDS and furniture; best price* paid. Square Deal Furniture Co,, 501 Bye sL n.w. Phone Main 5638. FURNITURE—Want to purchase for cast) wane used furniture to outfit large home; alee large refrigerator. (’all Frankliu_B9ft2. 16* FURNITURE—High cash prices paid for all kinds of furniture: office furniture a specialty. Phone Franklin 6183. 630 Mass, ave. n.w. FURNITURE —Before selling your twmsehold goods call S. Weisenherg and get best re run*. Mnm 9275. 615 E st. n.w. FURNITURE—If yon have any furniture of other goods to sell, and you wsnt to obtals best results, send for Louis Notes, 421 10th »t. n.w. Phone Franklin 2015. FURNITURE and household goods wanted. You will feci satisfied with prices we pay. FURNITURE bought for cash, also ruga. Call Adams 5432 before 11 a.m. or after 4 p.m. 16* carpets, etc. Phone M. 1282 for wagon or have me call. "Weschier." 920 Pa. ave. n.w. FURNITURE—We buy Household furniture and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D its. n.w. Alain 6306. FURNITURE—If yon want to obtain best m •nits for your furniture and other miscel laneous. call M. Shapiro, GOO Louisiana ave. n.w. Franklin 3785. GOLD AND SILVER. All the old useless gold and silver lying idle in your posseaNon. C. F. Karr, jeweler. 517 13th st. n.w.. below F. GOLD! silver, watches, diamonds and old Jewelry needed in our mfg. dept Full cask value paid. SclingerV S2O F_st. HOME rciRTRAIT CAMERA, size 8x10; good second hand; must be cheap. Address Box 48-M. Star office. * OLD, GOLD—Bring in your old tfotd. • sliver, platinum, diamonds; also discarded jewelry. We need them in oor mamifactnrin* dept. Will pay highest prices. A. Kann, Inc.. 935 F at. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES J Tic Star requires from advertisers in this column references and a de tailed statement of their propositions. MULTIGRAPH OFFICE—WeII paying estab lishment: owner leaving city. Main 5912. * TO BUY small growing business. Address Box 286 M. Star office. •_ WILL BUY outright or manufacture and sell on royalty basis any practical patented arti cle. For interview address, with particulars. Box 299-M. Star office. IS* FOR RENT —Automobile paint shop; accom modate eight cars: east end Pa. Ave. bridge. R. F. Bradbury. 2226 Pa. are, a.e- 18* WILL SELL millinery, notions and gift shop to splendid suburban section; good opportunity. Address Box 214-M, Star office. • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Coatlaned. COMPELLED to return to Europe, 1 desire to • dispose of my entire line of high-grade > im ported linen, embroideries, bead*, etc.; 'also good wl". Fine opportunity for parly desiring to engage in the wholesale and retail ;r«dc of imported novelties. 612-13 Star bldg. • TRUST ,’or sale, $625, payable $25 inonthTr; 41.920; well secured. Address Rex 010-Star ofllr«*. • iP. 1 RACTIVE corner grocery store, well estab » i „• E ’ wl location, modern equipped, beauti ful (> rooms, long lease: reasonable price Owner must leave town. Call J. B. Stein ~! torney. 482 La. ave n.w. 1 I’AUIY, going west, will sacrifice bis rest,u rant; good paying proposition, nice fixtures iln- rlr a . t o , n ’, • 7r '«- North 7203 or caii ot Rhode island avp, n.e, WANTED,*a garage of a capacity of about ”5 S“ tr ?il y si otat " 1 on business street, dress Box 197-M. Star office. jq. CAN D Y DELI CAT EKB K N STORE on R|i,„ ; e ' island ave. n.e., doing good business; wili 6a rlflce. Owner. Potomac 1871. LUNCHROOM FOR RE VT —Open." now - *.. - good business: everything complete: scan tab*e; near car barn. Apply to 617 New;, , Ht IJ.ff. phIJC ATKSBEN STORK, soda fountain; go ,1 business; price. $2.200. Call Main 6733 MILLINERY AND ART STORK—Good 1. tion; good business; large stock; living rcou ■ 1 mmJT 6733 ,ri “ g: ‘ JStlrt>Us,led 18 years. < i RI.AI.ri SHOP—Near F st.; doing good ' • . I ness. Phone Franklin 10170. 5 S * I TAXI BUSINK.SS FOR SALE -Good I n. •! west section; fine opjiortOLity for ex pan.- t sell for cost of cars. Address Box 279-M < office, ,jt.r GR°CEirv'!iND MEAT—OId «t«7e; cashT s’.oi Jll H Hi. n.w. f GROCERY—Good fixtures, atock; leavtnr tew must lie sold this month; very cheap 71:: b np - IB* WILL SELI. PATENT RIGHTS on m~c economical domestic furnace beater: bc-n* I kerosene: no blowers or pressure: rjnn to i t ’4<> n M fa< St ire ’ Address Box WANTED—Gentleman with gor«i executive ability to invest about SIO,OOO in auto ar»n< v • to handle steam pleasure cars, trucks b*!s«- I tractors; service station established and flue- I car financing arranged. Proposition will fc an t ; rigid investigation. Address Box 24! M st* office. MEAT AND VEGETABLE MARKET m~down ! town section, doing good business; good reason , for wanting to sell; if interested, give ram , and address. Address Box 151-M, .star o’fttc [ GROCERY and dry goods store for s«!c gua i antee of making comfortable Bring owner I •e»ving town. Address Box 64 K. Star office I _ JO* I GROCERY and meat store, corner: goad los-o 1 tion; good business; mast leave city; 6 room and bath. Rent, S6O mo. Price, $1 ion ! 2 M st. s.w. j’g* MEAT AND GROCERY on 4<4 st. s.wTTdoing . $50,000 cash business yearly: lease; cheap ' rent; 3 rooms and bath over store; price. $5,000; old established stand: one of the ties' in the city. Address Box 144-M, Star «(ficc IS* DINING ROOM, Olympia Apt. House; gn'.en didly equipped; nice china, lineo and gia*-- ware: clean and attractive; cheap rent. 19* BUSINESSES BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED •TARMCTH. 901 14th St. N.W. Main 7417. 16* DIRECT ENTRANCE FROM P ST 1421 P ST s7s©i> 1425 P ST SSO 00 AFFTAICK REALTY CO- 007 15tb ST Restaurant —N.W. Cheap fop otsh. Address Box l&C-M, Bt*r office K* P. F. CAR LEY, Progressive Business Broker. 410 sth St. N.W. Bakery and confectionery, fully equipped: f Income of S4O daily; cheap rent. Price, $2,800, with SSOO cash and balance terms, P. F. CARLEV, * Fr. 8153. FOR SALE—mSCELLANEOUS ARMY HARNESS, with breeching and leather trases. new. for 2 horses. S3B; aaddlea, $5 : double-rein bridles, $2; collars, $1.25 up; card double and single plow, wagon and cart bar- , cei*. cne-balf price. Cogswell’*. 220 lira st. n.w. ; BABY CARRIAGE, cheap. line 6068 * | BABY CARRIAGE, in perfect condition; cost S6O, scil for S3O; also kiddy coop and three i mahogany pieces, living room furniture, tettee and two armchairs 1433 Uainnont at Is* BABY CARRIAGE (Lloyd), reversible. In ex cellent condition; reasonable. 302 Upshur ut. n.w. BABY CARRIAGE. “CUrtoy,” excellent eand: tion. 1326 Longfellow st. n.w. Coiamba 1612-J. 17* BABY CARRIAGE—Good condition; wry res-*' sonuble. Call Columbia 7744, Apt. Ne. 106 south. Ig* BED (white metal), chiffonier, kitchen table, stove, refrigerator. 3634 11th st. n.w. Phone Col. 8396-J. • BEDROOM SUITE, French inlaid walnut; large chifforobe, full size vanity, large dresser, bow-end bed: sacrifice. 1731 Conn, are. 18* BOILER—For qnick sale, bargain; will heat 6 or 8 room house. Call Saturday between 2 and 6 p.m. or Sunday between 9 and 12. Blagden’s alley between 9th and 10th aad M and N sts. n.w.; entrance on M si. going north. • BRICK, second band. Apply real estate effice, 929 New York ave. BRICK—We are in a position to deliver brick to your job at cheap price. See our anperin tendent on the job at 14th and G. Federal American Bank bldg. The Sidney L. Heck inger Henaewrccking Co. f BUILDING MATERIAL salvaged from onr many wrecking operations, together with im mense purchases of surplus stock, enable us to save yon money—New doors, stock srias, $3 and $3.25; sash, new, 6 light, $1 each; brand-new wallhoard. Sc per *q. ft.; new fire proof rockboard. 3Hc per *q. ft.; roofing, “Capitol." manufactured by Certain-teed Co., new 1 ply, $1.25; 2-ply. $1.75: 3-ply. $2.25. Certain-teed Co.’* shingles, four in one. c-v, per square. $5.00. Brick, lumber, new ta4ot outfits, sinks, bathtubs and furnaces. New bathroom outfit. $55. At bargain price* car load of screen*, purchased from a southern camp. THE SIDNEY L. HECHINGKR HOUSE WRECKING CO.. Camp Meigs, sth and Fla. are. n.e.; main office, 6th and C sts. s.w. Salesmen at both offices until 5;30 p.m Our guarantee: “Money back if you want It.** C ASH REGISTER. National. like new; cheap , also safe check protector and adding machine. North 35.85. 18* COUCH. Englander, slightly used; very rea sonable. Call after 6. 1348 Potomac are. we. 17* COUNTER. 1: 2 small safes, 1 Urge safe. 2 combination wall cabinet and closets. 1 cash ier’s cage, I bookkeeper’s desk. 1 polishing ma chine. 1 melting fnmsce and bellows, 1 lot of shelying. Apply 361 Pa. ave. n.w. 29* DELCO LIGHT PLANT, motors, fas* af* equipment, electric iron; all 32-wlts. M. F. Mfg. Go.. 300 13th *l. n.w. _• DESK, double sanitary roll-top. 48 Inrtwo: in good condition: sl2. Room 308, Evans bldg DIAMOND BING. cvrst, bine white, SSO; small iron »afe. $25. 216 3rd «t. n.w. 16* DINING TABLE, extension oak, bargain; Singer drophead sewing mscahine, excellent condition, cost $65. Conard. Apt. 815. 13th and Eye sts. n.w 17* ELECTRIC FAN, 18-inch; magazine rack for newsstand, two electric toy trains, store swn. ing. 28 ft. 1619 Irving n.w. 16* ENGlNE—Builder’s steam hoisting. Apply Chas. H. Tompkins Co.. 9th and Rhode lelond are, n.e. 17* ENGINES, lot of gasoline; suitable for boot*; reasonable; Stntz. Dodge, ete_ complete with starters, generators. Edgsr Baum. 512 stk at. n.w. ENGLISH SADDLES (Imported). Watbea Ilaed. never-rust stirrups. $25 up; bridles, doable mn. never-rust bite, complete, $5 op. Cogswell'*, cor, lltb aad C uta. n.w. FORMER Army officer, leaving, will ««erifico 9-piece mahogany dining room set, perfect condition, for $l5O. Call Pot- 1810. FUR COAT. gentleman’s. mediant shtef V-shiped. colored, fur lined: mast ssirlSee; going to Europe; $l5O, sell for $75. 2118 1" s_t._ n.w. FI'RMTT’RK/ Walnut vanity dresser, S2O; •Iso baby carriage. 1941 4th n.e. - • FURNlTUßE—Refrigerators, $2 and $7; gas plates, 25c to $1.50; Morris chair, $8; revolv ing chair with arms, $6; folding rocker, $2; miscellaneous stands, $1 up; writing desk. $2; 30-gallon lank, $5. Phone Franklin 1987 J. 902 M st. n.w. * FI’RMTCRK. 8 sample living room suite*. l a mohair and velour and odd pieces, below coot; Mg bargain. New York Upholstering Co., 818 F at. n.w. FUHMTTTRB for 6 rooms; reasonable; mahog. any; Jacobean and golden ook; victrola. 8141 N st. n.w. 17* FURNITURE—Library table "Stickley* couch with mattress, etchings. The Mesdota Apt. 74. ' * FURNITURE, good condition; reasonable; sea any time. 822 Deeatnr st. n.w. 16* FURNITURE—Must move storage warerooms. • will sacrifice fine mahogany pieces, chest drawers, card, library, sewing, dining and console tables: dining room suites, china cabi nets. bookcases, sofas; all colonial antiques and reproductions. A. F. Arnold, 1323 G at. aw. FURNITURE—Antique furniture: large see re. tary, dressing case, corner cupboard, sideboard hall seat: very handsome. Cbl. 3965 18* FURNISHING—Entire furnishings of 8-room house. 643 la room n.w. if GAS LOGS, sadirons, couch, dresser, boll aad parlor chairs. Adams 940. GAS ranges New aad slightly used; nil sisea: leas than half price. Why pay mute 7 Every range guaranteed. J. W. Williams. 609 6th st. n.w. Main 2986. 29* GAS RANGES That’s not all—qnslity and prices beat features; good cabinet and eleVat. ed: need ' cleaning; choice, $5.50. delivetvd new and other*. 626 G st. n.w. 17* GAS RANGES, in perfect condition; 4 burn ers. cabinet, elevated and low ovens; Peurco smooth stove top, for all size ranges, boe 4 \i st. s.w. GAS RANGE. New Method, $5 te SIA: sevend hand. See janitor, the Uoocord, 17th gad Ore. gon ave. n.w. GENUINE human hair switches; sl2 value. 38; fray fculr switches, $8; hntr work ut bm eat prices. 001. 5898.