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HELP—MALE. ' '"S'A'Pftl* mail ~dRIG f\AL recommendatitmT" on applying tor employment. Vte COPIES. Ai#T(T MECHANIC—See Mr. Barnes, Harper Motor <30., 1130 Conn, a to. n.w. AWNING MAN. experienced only. Washing ton Awtet and Tent Co.. 3rd and K its, n.e. BOOKKEEPER, experienced; steady employ nienC. Address Box 332-M, Star otßce. 19* nSY-<>oTore<l, with wheel, for errands and general usefulness. 605 F st n.w. 20* BOYS with bicycles can earn sls or more weekly; steady work. Apply at once, 727 12th BUBBOYS (2), white, at once. Bacas Bros., 1120 Bth st. n.e. 19* CHAUFFEUR—Light delivery. Hubert, 1803 S <Jonn._ave n.w. • • CHAUFFEURS wanted, experienced: refer ences and identification card. Apply taxi effloe. Wardman Park T totel. COI,LK(jE-BBED MAN under *5. who'le or part time. Special training. Many ancceaa ful. le-ad'.ng life insurance company. Address Box 214-K, Star office. CONTRACTORS for hauling earth wanted. Cell 121 D st. n.w, • FLOOR SCRAPERS, Ist-rlass only. Acme Flooring Co.. 1313 H st. n.w. 19* HABERDASHERY SALESMAN, experienced; young man preferred, with reference. Troy Shirt Shops. Inc., 933 Pa. ave. n.w. LABORERS WANTED—AppIy at George A. Puller Co., Washington Cathedral, 86th and Wooilley road. Mount St. Alban. LATHERS, two; plenty of work. 28th and Monroe sts. R. I. Are. car. Ask for boss lather. > LAUNDRY DRIVER, white; Ford truck; no experience required: salary paid while learning. Address Box 237-P, Star office. MAN, .voting, white; kitchen work and help serving meals; experienced; references. Ap ply _ 1707 H st. n.w. before 11 a.m. 19* MAN—Young teacher or college student; va cation In the country; interesting work; *360 for 00 days. Address Box 171-E, Star office. MAN to take charge of soda fountain and I luncheonette. Service Drug Store, 700 King *L._Alexandria. Va. • MAN for nfglit work; middle aged: gas and oil, and also minor repairs on cars. Auto Idvery Co.. 212 13th n.w. MEN—We can place two high-grade men with clerical ability who are looking for a future; guaranteed salary and bonus to start. Apply 803 Kresge bldg.. 4 to 8. MEN—S3O,OOO in prizes to be given to Durant automobile salesmen In coast to coast sales race. Experienced salesmen needed to share this money; immediate appointment. See Mr. Davis. 1130 Conn, are. MEN, colored, at once: work by the week. Pall mornings or after 6. 3640 16th st. 19• MEN of neat appearance (4), wanted at once. ' to sell goods on trains; $25 cash security; blue suit required. Apply Union News Company, office No. 3 East Basement. Union station. MULTIGBAPH OPERATOR. State experience and salary wanted. Address Box 95-P, Star office. 19» OPPORTUNITY to become associated with one of the largest real estate selling forces in Washington; thorough training given to in experienced people and an expert furnished to close deals while you are learning: car not necessary. This means SIO,OOO a year to the right person. Apply 10 to 12 or 2 to 4 Mon day or Tuesday. Ask for Director of Sales, 412 Evans bldg. SALESMEN, three; earning $35 per week on new selling proposition; must be of neat ap pearance and willing workers; guaranteed sal ary and commission to start. Apply Room 900. Federal-American National Bank bldg., 1317 F st. n.w. SALESMEN, experienced selling twisted-in wire brushes to homes; 55 per cent commis sion: advancement to managership. P. O. Box I 6. Station X. New York city. 20* STOCK CLERK, one familiar with anto parts preferred. Apply Luttrell Sales Co.. 1444 P st. TINNERS -3. and 2 helpers. Apply 73fl 2nd st. n.e. John A. Schnopp. 19* TRACTOR DRIVER—OnIy man with experi ence need apply. Ironclad Roofing Co.. 1121 sth si. VULCAMZEU and battery man, with knowl edge of accessories, with reference. Address x Box 27-P. Star office __ TOUNG MAN to learn auto repairing. Mr. Slattery., 636 G at. n.w. 19* _ YOUNG MEN—Two. to learn salesmanship: experience not necessary: salary and commis sion to start with. Apply 208 Bond bldg.. 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. YOUNG MEN. over twenty-one, to learn sales manship: can earn $25 to S3O per week at atari: guaranteed salary and commission while learning. Apply Room 900. Federal-American National Rank bldg.. 1317 F at. n.w. BOOKKEEPER FOR EVENING WORK. USED TO HANDLING FIGURES AND ACCOUNTS; GOOD JOB, WITH FUTURE. ADDRESS BOX 87-P, STAR OFFICE. MESSENGER boy with bicycle, in real estate Office. Must he active. * J°s. Shapiro Co.. 919 15th st. LIFE INSURANCE MEN! If you are desirous of making a permanent connection with one of the large old line com panies and affiliating yourself with an agency destined to be one of the largest general agencies in this part of the country, you may do so. EXPERIENCE NOT ESSENTIAL kr as we have a special class all the essentials required to make uu,- men full fledged life insurance experts. We will fur nish you with prospects and will afford you all the co-operation necessaryto close your client. This is an opportunity* for ambitious men, whether experienced or oot experienced. * and will insure a permanent salary for all time. „ • CALL MAIN 9o?0 FOR APPOINTMENT. CHAUFFEURS FOR YELLOW CABS. We pay the highest wages in the city. New men average 28c net on every doljar 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. SETTLED MAN to drive fur niture truck and general work. Reply, giving references. Ad dress Star office. DRIVE A * BLACK & WHITE 1 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 Hamp HELP—MALE AND ]W?MALE. SPECIALTY SALESMEN-We Iftre one of*the best propositions ever offered. If you are In terested in making more money and selling a real necessity, nationally advertised and guar anteed article, see Mr. Shappell, 204 District Nat. Bank Bldg. AMATEUR TALENT to ap * pear at Theater amateur contest. Thfleday night, May 22. Apply Jarhoe. WANTCD—SALESMEN. FURNISHING SALESMAN—Experienced; per manent position: good salary. Apply at once, Friedlander Bros.. 428 9th at. n.w. k SALESMEN, Two, the kind that ran produce business. We sell electrical appliances of well known merit; liberal compensation paid. Call 3 to 6 today, at Room 212, Insurance bldg., 15th and Eye sts. n.w. INSTRUCTION COURSES. AN - EAST, FASCINATING PROFUSION TO learn in fifteen one-hour lesaons. Enroll before hot weather. Oxford bldg., cor. 14th bet. N. Y. ave. and H. AUTO ‘ DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY riven. Call Line 82. We do the rest. GOOD POSITIONS await graduates. A abort intensive conrae in shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, or civil service will never be regretted; summer rates. Wood's Commer rial School. 311 East Capitol. BOYD SHORTHAND IS THE SIMPLEST t system in commercial rise; accurate, very rapid, beat, cheapest; positions guaranteed graduates. Inquire Boyd School, 1338 G st. Main 2876. HOTELS NEED TRAINED EXECUTIVES. WE train yon for hlgh-ealaried position in hotels, dobs, apartment honses. tea rooms, cafeterias. Call for particulars. LEWIS HOTEL TRAIN ING SCHOOLS. 1340 New York ave. HAVE AN OPENING FOR SEVERAL BEAU ty parlor operators In our newly formed classes. Garden Rose Beauty Parlor, 1112 H. 24* RADIO —Summer term on at greatly reduced rates of tuition. Classes 5 nights in week 7 to 9 Prepare for amatenr or commercial license. Enroll any Ome. Positions for graduates. Loomis Radio College. 406 9th. 22* DICTATION GLASSES. Beginners' clause*. Gregg and Graham-Pltt raan Shorthand. Typewriting, Office Practice, Business English, Civil Service Preparation. TEMPLE SCHOOL. 141 W K st. n.w., M 3258. DRAFTING Mechanical, architectural, topographic, etc., i taught day and night, all year ’round; learn to v earn big money; start now; complete course In 3 to 0 months. Call, write or pbooefor aur latest catalog. Columbia School of Drafting, 14tfa and T sta. Phone N. 272. LEARN BARBER TRADE. > 4 fißfck. «XS. IWt*klWMtaUfc .1 MUTT AND JEFF —Maybe Count Quits Was Spoofing Jeff. “** By BUD FISHER, /yjuHCßff > IOU SccmN i 'iw\ /WPC* FOR \ /?CsT*TH6 COVIMT HOmTA —v. _ . ISOMAeee? t’ve T ivjt-r vxA / AsktKiC. 1 (IkTroRMATiWO: X \ (UJDM€W ? J I seco TOcm! He FouM>] ( Couufc \ f THAT** V — ’ N. \ ALL OWMt NADRitk / few,art* c.Gtrt vFUNDS? J I ATfiißC OP 1 \ lAJIL& WDfiACW WHO / V VceoAtoOdT-‘ ) Aftl j MADC- T/ \ y ) > V-^ QWOTON&JCI -/ V / M 1 \ v»ct>: J j 2|7 '''' " »mm. '' maiU|'»aa*tiia.,! INSTRUCTION COURSES Continued. BEGINNERS LEARN FASHION DRAWING and sketching in eight weeks: low tuition. LfVINOSTONE ACADEMY. DESIGNING, DRESSMAKING. MILLINERY. 804 17th St. Fr. 7475. 31* Civil Service Examinations. The patent office needs 100 assistant exam iners. Exam., June 4*5; salary. $1,860. Sten. and typ. exam., June 10; tuition, $5. Also special course for operative exam., June 18: salary, $1,140 to $1,500. Classes 5 days and 5 nights each week. Home study conrae, $5. Special instruction on calculating ma chines and statistics. The Civil Serviee Preparatory School. S.E. comer I2th and F n.w. Franklin 2080. Washington Business College. Shorthand pays big dividends. Start your course at once, INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. GREGG OR PITTMAN SHORTHAND Tonch Typewriting, Bookkeeping. Accounting. Penmanship, Letter Writing and Civil Service. CLASSES EVERY DAY AND 5 TO 7 OR 7 TO 9 P M. on Monday. Wednesday and Friday evenings. No charge for our employment service. Enroll today. Summer classes now forming. 1328 EYE ST. N.W. PHONE MAIN 4959. Shorthand only, typing only, secretarial, and CIVIL SERVICE preparatory, day or evening; rates, $6 to $24 monthly; no advance payment. Small class groups and individual Instruction. Classes nr,w forming. Refs, required from all stu dents. Admission by written application only. WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES. 211 Transportation P.ldg.. 17th and H Sts. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. Bfcß BOYS, elevator girls, waitresses and help of all kinds for country. 1359 You at, n.w. COOKS. laundress, day workers, maids, wait ress. waiters, butlers, housemen, kitchen help. nnrses, psrt-tlme workers. Potomac 89. 20* COOK. SSO; houseman, chauffeur, $75: cham bermaid. waitress. $45; elevator operator. $55. North 1955. DO YOU NEED a good stenographer, typist or bookkeeper? If so. call Main 3430. Strayer's Employment Service. (No fees,l EXPERIENCED men and women wish posi tions; private families, hotels, cases: in city, out city; white and colored supplied free. North 2669-W. Phillips Exchange. • 5,000 WHITE AND COLORED HELP, all kinds work; city or country. White Cross Bureau, 921 N st. n.w. North 3608. Dr. Drew, presi dent. 20*_ HELP, COLORED FOR IN AND OUT CITY. Plenty of work on hand—Free. BUSINESS POSITIONS—Free registration. Washington Employment Exchange; operated for the public by the Washington School for Secretaries. NO CHARGE UNLESS YOU ARE PLACED. Room 213. Transportation bldg.. 17th and H. HELP—FEMALE. ASPORTER, of family finish and rough dry; experienced; white girl. Page Laundry, 620 E st. n.w. . BOOKKEEPER and typist. SIOO a month. Hours. 0 to 5. Give training and experience. Address Box 160-P. Star office. GIRL for corseta. Apply Ivy Corset Shop, 1301 G st. GlßL—Light colored, to assist in dental office; experience preferred. Dr. I«on, Warder bldg., 9th and F sts. n.w. • GIRL, colored, to work on electric sewing machine: steady work; good pay after learn ing. Rear 516 Sth st. s.e. GIRL neat, reliable, for general housework; must have reference. Phone Colombia 7453. HIGH SCHOOL girl, colored, who can teach the latest Jazz and comical good steps, for benefit play; state price and experience. Ad dress Box 193-P. Star office. * HOUSEKEEPER, white, in apartment hotel; *75 per month; references. Wardman, 1430 K st. LADY, eager to make permanent connection with New York corporation doing nation wide edueational work; splendid opportunity for self development. Address Box 266-E, Star office. LADY—Teacher; attractive position in Vir ginia or middle west, paying $l5O and upward monthly to one qualified; initiative and desire to succeed important. Address Box 170-B, Star office. LADY* for companion to lady; $5 week; room and board. Address Box 97-P, Star office. 19* MAROELLE WAVERS (2), experienced: good pay; call between 9 a.m., 1 p.m. 1710 20th at. n.w. M* NURSES, graduate* and undergraduates and practical In demand. 917 N. Oar, ava. s.e. OPPORTUNITY to become associated with one of the largest real estate selling fortes in Washington; thorough training given to in experienced people and an expert fnrniabed to close deal while yon are learning: car not necessary. This means SIO,OOO a year to the right person. Apply 10 to 12 or 2 to 4 Mon day or Tuesday. Ask for Director of Sales, 412 Evans bldg. STENOGRAPHER - SECRETARY, preferably experienced in realty office. State qualifica tions. Salary. SIOO per month. Address Box 16-P. Star office. TYPIST, experienced, in real estate office, for good position; preferably one familiar with accounts; state reference. Address Box 212-M, Star office. WDSIEN—The Bntterlck Company want two women for onr spring and summer campaign. This is house-to-house work. If yon have sell ing experience it will be an asset. If not, and yon are willing to learn, we win teach you and pay a salary while learning. Three orders a day will pay $4.20 a day In addition to salary. Apply Mgr.. Butterick Co., Bond bldg., I4th and New York ave. 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 * POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY. SALESWOMEN of good character sod references for positions in hosiery, underwear, blonses, sweaters, wom en's and misses’ departments of a specialty store. Address Box 208-P, Star office. HELP—DOMESTIC. COLORED GIRL, general housework; stay nights. 20 Girard n.e. North 1117. 20* COOK and chambermaid-waitress for Atlantic City from Jone 1; must be willing, experi enced; best references. Apply 6294 14th at. before 10:30 a.m. or after 5. 19* COOK to prepare dinners In evening. 2151 California at.. Apt. 304. COOK, experienced. $lO per week; references. North 1486. 1620 18th st. COOK —Colored, experienced, reliable; home cooking; city refs. Fortner Case, 16th and U. North 1421. 19* COOK, small boarding house; must be ex perieoced. 2221 Ist at. n.w. 19* COOK and first-floor work; must have refer ences. 2 Newlands st., Cbevy Chase. Md. Phone Cleveland 671. GENERAL HOUSBWORKER. small family; good wages. 2017 Kalorama road northwest. • GENERAL HOUSEWORK, mothers helper; colored girl. 1117 B st. n.e. * GIRL, young colored, for general housework; references. 1412 Spring road. • GIRL for general housework in adult family. 1464-A Girard st. n.w. 20* GIRL 25 years or over, for general house work and cooking. In apartment; references required. Cleveland 8040. 19* HOUSEKEEPER for middle-aged man and mother. A. W. Leonard, Vienna. Va.. near station. 12 miles from city; take car at 12th and Pa. ave. * HOUSEKEEPER—White; In exchange for home and a small salary; over SO. Box 246, T. A. 8.. Capital Heights post office. 19* MAID for general housework In suburbs: ref erences required. Mrs, Charles K. Mallory. Fairfax road, Battery Park, Bethesda. Md. Phone Betheada 144-H. 10* NURSE, settled, for 2-year-old girl, experi- I enced: references; stay nights. 1300 Harvard THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C„ MONDAY. MAY 19. 1924. HELP—DOMESTIC. Con tinned. WOMAN for general housework; big wages; reference required. 1335 15th st. n.w. WOMAN, white, middle aged, good, steady: helping and houae cleaning: Tuesdays and Saturday's; pay $2.60; three meala and farea. 1713 De Balea n.w. WOMAN for general housework; no laundry; stay night*: city references. Cleve. 1556. COOK and general housework er; references. Apply 36 T st. n.w. SITUATIONS—MALE. ACCOUNTANT —Experienced In audita, In come-tax matters and office management, de sires permanent position with local firm. Ad dress Box 160-I*. Star office. 20* AUTO MECHANIC, expert, all around, deaires position, preferably with private concern; 18 years' experience; can handle foreman job; salary commenaurate with ability. Address Box 206 P. Star office. 2°* BOOKKEEPER—-Salesman. 24, now employed, desires change where ability will be recog nlzed. Address Box 154-P, Star office. * BUTLER, colored. June 1: reliable; good ref erence. D. Bonknight, 2000 13th n.w. 19* CHAUFFEUR desires job with private family or light delivery; city references. 518 It st. n.w. 19* COLLEGE STUDENT wishes night work. Ad'- dress Box 336-M. Star office. 19* COOK—Chinese family cook. 1920 New Hamp shire ave. n.w, 20* DRAFTSMAN—Experienced mechanical or top ographical. desire* position in Washington. A*l dress Box 278-M. Star office. 23* ELEVATOR OPERATOR —Young colored man want* Job; best references. 1524 Swann «t. n.w 19* FLOORS CLEANED, by colored man; refer ences. 1910 K n.w. 21* HELPER IN GARAGE, nickel polisher or car washer, by young man. Phone West 2938. 20* JANITOR—By reliable colored man. married, no children; good references. 1744 V st. n.w. PAINTER, first class, desires Job work. Ad dress Box 230-P. Star office. 20* PIANIST, desires immediate con nection with dance orchestra. Address Box 141-P, Star office. 30* SALES OK LABORATORY POSITION, by college man with seven years' research ex perience at the bureau of standards. Ad dress Box 242-P. Bcar office. 20* TYPIST, good’ wants position: iong hours, hard work and moderate pay desired. Address Box 178 M. Star office. UNIVERSITY GRADUATE, fair draftsman and typist, desires position; pstent work pre ferred. Address Box 177-M. Star office. WINDOWS CLEANED. 10c up; house clean ing: floors waxed. 1344 Sth n.w. North 8925. 19* WINDOWS CLEANED, 10 and 15 cents each. Franklin 4014. Mays. 20* WORK OF ANY KIND wanted by college student: can drlye any car. Phone Cleveland 2132 J. 19* YOUNG LVWYER desires legal position. Ad dress Box 195-P, Star office. 23* YOUNG MAN—If you are looking for a young man to fill a vacancy in your organization, one who can be depended upon and willing to work at anything where ability will be recognized. Address Box 157-P. Star office. * Young MAN desires position as secretary; six years experience. Address Box 343-M. Star 33* SITUATIONS—FEMALE. COLORED NURSE wants job at seashore for summer. 71 L st. n.w. DENTAL HYGIENIST desires institutional or private office work with strictly ethical den tist; special qualifications; first-class refer ences. Address Box 69-P. Star office. 19* DRESSMAKER —Colored; np-to-date. North 3398-J. 19* DRESSMAKING —Dresses. $5, $6. $8; remod eling. N. 4696-W. 20* DRESSMAKING —By A-l dressmaker; work by day. Phone North 2682. 21* rTRMisMAKING-—Specialising In children's clothes: reasonable. 5407 Illinois ave. CoL 4259-J. 20* GENERAL office work, young woman, ex perienced, desires position. Address Box 209-P. Star office. 19* SECRETARY - STENOGRAPHER Efficient, reliable, with executive ability. Address Box 162-P. Star office. 19* SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER, wltli knowf edge of bookkeeping, desires permanent posi tion: six years’ experience: competent and energetic; excellent references. Main 4500, Apt. 215, or address Box 352-M. Star office. 19* STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST, expert; evening work. Col. 6052-W. S 20* TYPIST, general office work, knowledge short hand by experienced young woman; references. Address Box 333-M, Star office. 18* WOMAN. Protestant faith, refined, educated, desires residence position with salary for care and training naturally backward child, or coaching under grade; successful, reliable; references exchanged. Address Box 243-P, Star office. WOMAN of Protestant faith deairea resi dence position with salary In Protestant house hold, as companion and assistant or as as sistant to hostess in snperior hotel; execu tive. reliable, accustomed to refined home atmosphere; references exchsnged. Address Box 241-P. Star office. * WOMAN. Intelligent, colored, wishes position in store or office. 1708 Vermont sve. n.w. 20* WOMAN, competent, middle-sged. will care for honsc daring summer months: unemployed: reference. Addrrem Box 74-P. Stir office. 19* ~ SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC. CHEF—Colored, married; can take charge; ex perienced in American. French and Italian cooking; economical and sober; will leave city If necessary; seashore preferred. Potomse 56. COLORED WOMAN—Reliable; wants day’s work. North 4718. ; COLORED WOMAN wants laundry work by day; first-class. 1627 10th st. n.w. COLORED GIRL to wash dishes in afternoon. Call at 1116 22nd at. n.w. 19* COLORED WOMAN, with child, wants place in small family, in or oat the city. 1606 28tb at. n.w. COOK and waitress want place to go away; good ref. 1720 Seaton st. n.w. COOK OB HOUSEWORK, in small family, by reliable woman. Call 1322 T st. n.w. COOK, for adults. In city or go away; no laundry. 1817 12th st. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK or cooking. 1800 T *t. n.w. Phone Potomac 1715. 19* GENERAL housework or day work. 489 6 at. n.w, GENERAL HOUSEWORK, will stay nights; girl wants plsce. 1781 8 st. n.w. 18* GIRL wants general housework. 437 Frank lln st. n.w. GIRL wishes places as general homeworker. Apply 2820 Champlain st., Apt. 6. LAUNDRY wanted to take home; day's work; references. North 2064 J. 19* LAUNDRESS —In private, by day or by week; references. 1820 L st. n.w. 20* LAUNDRESS, first-class, wants washisg to take home or morning work. Phone Frank. 457-W. 428 N. Y. sve. n.w. * LAUNDRESS —Woman. Quick Employment Bureau. North 5500. LAUNDRESS, first clan, work to take home. 2305 l~th st. n.w. LAUNDRESS—Open air drying, dean sur roundings. 1015 11th st. n.w. Frank. 9531. PART-TIME WORK by colored girl; no Son dsy. 1408 New Jersey ave. n.w. 19* REFINED white, desires work in small fam ily or aa companion. Address Box 201-P, Star office. * VIRGINIA WOMAN, colored, wants 2 days’ work, Monday and Wednesday. Apply 931 3rd st. s.e. WANTED—By young colored girt, place as general homeworker or nnraa. 9081 L at. n.w. WOMAN—Settled, colored; cook or cleaning apt., weekly; reference famished. 444 S st. n.w. , * YOUNG LADY desires work in nail family or doctor's offica. Mdrssa Bax 127-P, Star dto. . _ . .. . MS. PERSONAL. BEADING, EMBROIDERY TAUGHT; ALSO done on dresses, bags, necklace*. 1496 11th *t. n.w. • _ UNIVERSITY GIRL, pleasant personality, ex perienced and thoroughly capable, desire* posi tion ** stenographer or secretary during sum mer mouth*. Address Box 81-P, Star office. EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY REDUCED. Wonderful new harmless local application. For sppolntment, call Dr. Della Ledendecker, D. C. IVanklln 8849. 1737 P st. n.w. I RECOMMEND MY ELECTROTHERAPY and violet-lamp treatments, especially for ex cess weight, lumbago, neuritis. Infantile paralysis and run-down conditions. Phone North 5197. Dr M. MORRISON. PHYSIOTHEBAPHY AND ELBCTKOTHEK apy scientifically given by a graduate; treat ment by ultra violet ray; excessive weight re ducts]. For appointment phone Potomac 1447. 1611 Conn, sve. n.w. WK ARB NOW PAYING $2 80 $lO FOR men’s and ladies’ nsed suits. Our prices for old clothing are the biggest. Wash. Clothing Exchange. 633 D at. n w Phone Main 337 W AUTO AND FURNITURE SLIP COVERS, sedans. sl6 50 np; conpes, $9 up. Southern Uph.. 1207 9th n.w. Fr 8360. Save this ad. JOHNSON BEST HOME tnf aged, invalid and convalescent; night anil day supervision. North 7963. 1724_29th n w SAILING FOR EUROPE JUNE 3. RETURNING SEPTEMBER 17. Y’OUNG MAN Wild. TRANSACT ANY BUST NBSS FOR ANY FIRM OB INDIVIDUAL, OB ACT AS REPRESENTATIVE IN ANY CA PACITY IN ENGLAND. IRELAND, SCOT LAND. WALES, SPAIN, FRANCE OR SWITZERLAND. ADDRESS BOX 213-I’, STAR OFFICE. 19* PARTY LEAVING FOR EU ROPE AND AN ESTATE MUST BE SETTLED. THE FOLLOWING DIAMONDS ARE LEFT TO BE SOLD AT ONCE, AT A SACRIFICE. One very fine solid platinum diamond flexible bracelet, set with 120 very fine larg-e blue white diamonds and sapphires. One solid platinum diamond flexible bracelet, set with 104 very fine large blue-white dia monds and sapphires. One absolutely perfect solitaire diamond ring, weighs 2pi carats less 5 points. Mounting is an ex clusive design of solid platinum, set with 6 blue-white diamonds. One solitaire diamond ring; dia-; mond weighs 1 V 2 carats and is absolutely perfect; set in a very fine handmade solid platinum mounting containing 18 dia monds and sapphires. One solid platinum diamond dinner ring, set with 27 large blue-white diamonds and sap phires. One solid platinum diamond bar pin, set with 54 large blue white diamonds and 20 blue sap phires. THESE DIAMONDS CAN BE BOUGHT AS AN ENTIRE LOT, OR INDIVIDUALLY. THIS COLLECTION OF DIAMONDS IS A SPLENDID AND SAFE INVESTMENT. CAN BE BOUGHT FOR $3,550. CAN BE SEEN AT FISCHER’S, 918 F STREET NORTHWEST WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS, ANTIQUHB, old glass, china, furniture, silver, plate, brrsses. art objects. A. F. Arnold. 1323 Q st. Main 8173. BATTERIES for Mllburn electric coupe. Apt. 780, Wardman Park Hotel. CAMERAS, field glasses, shotguns, tools of every kind: anything yon have to sell. Ocoee's, 11th and E n.w. Phone Franklin 833 or postal. CLOTHES —Will pay highest prices for ladles' and men's worn clothes. Write or phone D. Btein. 1308 7rh st. n.w. Phone North 499. CLOTHING—Highest prices paid for men’s and ladles clothing. J. Bernstein, 1528 7U> st. n.w. Potomac 2340. CLOTHING—WiII call in my unlettered auto mobile, city or anbnrbs. and pay yon highest prices for ladles’, gentlemen’s, children's dis carded clothing of all descriptions. Address postal or phone. I will call. W. Rice. 13X1 7th st. n.w. North 1755. CLOTHING —Pay highest prices for men’s and boys' worn clothing and shoes. B. Bass. 1739 7th st. n.w. North 7674. CLOTHING —We are very popular in this city. It’s our cash-down, true offers. We can use all the men's worn clothing, shoes, etc., yon have. Anto calls. Main 4145. Jmtth's Old Stand. 619 D. DIAMONDS, old silver, bough.' for cash. Louis Abrahams. 815 O at. n.w. DIAMONDS Jewelry and old gold. cash. No red tape. Alvin Hoffa. diamond broker. 918 F st. n.w.. rooms 17 and 18. Main 6458. FEATHER BEDS and furniture; bast price* paid. Square Deal Furniture Co.. 601 Eys at. B.w._ Phone Main 5636. FURNITURE —Will pay cash for some used furniture and rags. Adams 3745. 21* FURNITURE of all kinds wanted: beat prices psld. Capital Furniture Co., 490 La. ave. n.w. Franklin 10267. 22* 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 roar aooaehaM goods call 8. Weiaenberg and get beat re suits. Main 9275. 618 E at. n.w. FURNITURE—If yon have any furniture ot other good* to sell, and you want to obtain best resnlts, send for Loots Notes, 421 10th at. n.w. Phone Franklin 2015. FURNITURE and boos* hold goods wanted. Yon will feel satisfied with prices w* pay. J. Rndden. 416 10th st. n.w. M. 5991. FURNITURE, pianos, carpets, -to. Phone M. 1282 for wagon or hava me ealL “WeacUar.” 920 Pa. ave. n.w. FURNITURE—We boj household furniture and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor age. Sacha Furniture Co., corner Sth and D ata. n.w. Main 8808. FURNITURE—If yon want to obtain best re anlts for your furniture and other miscel laneous, cell M. Shapiro, 800 Louisian* ava. n.w. Franklin 8788. GOLD AND SILVER" All the old useless gold and silver lying Idle In fenr poseeaeion. C. F. Karr, jeweler. BIT 18th at. n.w.. below F. GOLD, silver, watches, diamonds and old Jewelry needed in on mfg. dept Full cash value paid, gellnger’e. 820 F at. ODrfSTAND ENDS needed for rummage sale; will boy miscellaneous household articles, dis earded clothing, etc. Franklin 9065-W. FURNITURE —WUI buy some naed furniture by Jane 1; it most be reasonable; will pay all caab; let me know what you have; lowest price. ®!* RECOMMENDED SERVICE. The following bueines* concern* guaran tee natUfactUm to Star reader*. Any com plaint found ncce*»ary to be made to The Flar trill receive prompt attention. Par admit rum to Hrcnmmrnded Service Col umn rail Unin 5000. Branch tJS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIRED, BEFlN ished and upholstered at the Boston Colonial Antique Furniture Shop, 1707 7th st. n.w., at reasonable prices. 20* A NTS, BEDBUGS, ROACH EH, RATS, ALL pests destroyed: expert workmen. ACME EX TK RM IN ATT XG CO., .706 Oth n.w. Fr. 2766. BUlLDEß—Sleeping porches, breakfast rooms, screens, hardwood doors and all kinds of repair work: estimates cheerfully furnished. Phone Main 9368. Nights. Line. 2781. 18* CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Porches built, inclosed and screened : general repair work of all kluds. H. JOHNSON. Pali Main 8215. 23* CARPETS and oriental rugs cleaned, repaired, stored, at lowest charge*. A. P. Rug Clean ing Co West. 105. 2304 Pa. ave. n.w. CARPET CLEANING AND WASHING—Hare Albert Kalilert & Co. clean your carpets and rugs. Improved steam carpet cleaners. 352 Maryland see. s.w. Phone Main 2036. Esti mates cheerfully given. CHAIRS CANED, upholstered, porch rockers splinted. C. A. ARMSTRONG. 1233 lOtb st. n.w. Franklin 71 S 3, CONTRACTORS AN l» 'BUILDERS: Oarages "of all classes and repair work of any kind; terms If desired (estimates free). BOBBIN RAN DALL CO.. INC., 302 McGill bldg., 908 G st. n.w. Main 3748. Residential phone, Lin. 5268. ELECTRIC WIRING—LET U» ESTIM ATE on your work. Fa Milleriae yourself with our method of wiring aud installing fixtures in your home. Call Main 2757 or visit our show room. GEO. F. MILLER, 903 New York |W. B.W. ELECTRIC WlßlNG—Specialists in old-house wiring; estimates cheerfully given. Economy Electric Co.. 1217 29th st, n.w. West 2406. __ jn!6* EXPERT HARDWOOD FLOOR FINISHING, painting, by skilled mechanics at reduced prices. Paul Serene. 608 10th at. n.w. F. 4891. FLOORS, old and new. planed, scraped and re fioisbed at reduced prices. RAYMOND OLI VE R^J%lJ_l^tih_ißr z _w.e. _Lincoln 7858. 20*_ FLOORS SCRAPED. CLEANED. REFIN ISIIED, new floors laid; more prompt service A lower rates now. J. C. PRICE. 912 sth nw. Call daytime Fr. 6524 Evenings Fr. 7563-W. FURNITURE CFHOLBTKB ■D. Slipcovers made to order. New York Upholstery Co., 619 F st. Call Main 3687. FURNITURE UMUIIXT'D. KEPT: KLlP covers made Est. cheerfully given. Returned free, TITTEXSOR. 1424 Blh n.w N 7702. GENERAL HAULING AND MOV ING, by care ful. experienced men; local and lon* distance. C. M. I hitcher, phone I-incoln 296 Q-W. 22* HOUSE PAINTING: HIGH CLASS WORK. Dutch Boy lead and oils used exclusively, st reasonable cost; references. R. MORAN. 216 J I ■ M:irshall place. Phone Main 1731. 29* HEATING AND PLUMBlNG—Automatic gas water heaters installed on deferred payments; estimates furnished. Call Main 6398. 19* HOUSE PAINTING.”INTERIOR AN f»~ KXTB rior, by skilled mechanics. Best references. Pan! Serene. 908 10th st. n.w. F. 4801. 25* SETS -DUPLICATE KITS. 25 CENT*, made while you wait. Turner & Clark. 1233 New York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 3005. Mattresses*and pillows rexv* a ted down comforts recovered: reasonable. Nortl 10145 Idea! Bedding Co.; 1524 7th st. n.w. MATTRESSES, pillows and box springs reno vated and remade. Brass beds relacqoered. GEORGE STEIN CO.. 344 Pa. ave. n.w. Main 405. MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS renovated at most reasonable prices. le*f us cal), give esti mate. Prompt deliveries and satisfaction as sured Eagle Bedding Co.. 1123 7th st. n.w. Main 7992. PAINTING AND PAPF.RHANGING—BOOMS papered. $5 and up; good workmanship. SAM UEL TAMMARO. Columbia 7919-R. 28* PAINTING TIME la here. Exterior Doom painting our specialty. Always glad to esti mate. CAROW 4 FRY. 10X1 U at. n.W, Main 1261. PAPERHANOING-—Walls scraped, pointed-op, sited and papered: $lO up; work guaranteed. G E. Carr. 1520 Ist st. n.w. 20* PAPERHANGING and painting, good and quick service; will call evenings with samples, w. Chadwick. 1018 Douglas st. n.e. N. 7260. PAPERHANGING —Rooms papered. $8 and up: first-class work. Your own selection of paper. J. EG DAL North 1551. 33 Fla. .irc.nw 22* PAPERHANGING—Rooms papered. *6 up; show' samples. J. A. Jones. 1314 4th st. n.w. Fr. RtVtK. 22* _ PAPERHANGING—PromptIy; rooms, $6 op, cut-out borders; satisfaction guar. A. H. KAULFUBB. 701 3rd n.e. Line. 5108. 25* PAPERHANOING done; good work at mod erate prices: prompt service. J. Robbins. Phone Potomac 264-W. 25* PAPER HANG ING AND PAINTING—Rooms papered, $6 and up. A. T. GEORGE, 2827 11th st. n.w. Phone Adams 5687. PAPEBBANGING and painting, moderate prices. 1428 Bth sL n.w. Phone Potomac 2172. C. C. Silence. PAPERHANGINO. PAINTING Pre - war prices; first-class work; prompt attention; no delays on account help, as I am on the Job. I can save you 50*9. Give me a trial. Yon will never regret it. Write for estimates. M. Miller. 1736 I4th at. n,w. 20*_ PAPERHANGINO—ReasonabIe prices: no de lay; good workmanship. Enterprise Deco rating Co.. 1629 14th at. n.w. North 4051. SO* PAPERHANGING—ROOMS PAPERED IN Du plex polychrome, $lO and up. J. R. SEARS, 839 New York ave. n.w. North 2030. PAPERHANGING—Rooms. s7.bo and up; In terior and exterior painting at lowest prices. Metropolitan Dec. Co.. 427 G n.w. Ph. Fr. 800. PIANO TUNING—Pianos snd ptsyers re paired, reflnlshed snd rebuilt by skilled work men. Piano tuning. $2. Schaefer, Sanderson Plano Co.. 644 H st. n.e. Lincoln 1067. PLUMBING AND HEATING —John B. Guerin. 412 E. Cap. st., Line. 3417—Steam and hot water heating, plumblxg. boiler and powef gUtntii. Found reliable 'or 25 yearn, PLUMBING AND TINNING. JOBBING IS onr specialty. Quick service In emergency cases. When yon think of plumbing think of CAROW A FRY. 1011 H at. n.w. Main 1261. REFRIGERATOR REPAIRING, TINNING and roofing. Let me repair yonr old refrigera tor. Call Main 7610. 803 9th n.w., rear H. UMBRELLA REPAIRING AND COVERING— Don’t throw your old umbrellas away—bring them to GRISWOULD’S, 411 11th st. n.w„ op poslte Star office. Franklin 1816-W. WINDOW SHADES. AND SCREENS made to order. Free estimates. PEARSON A THOMP SON, 7tl O at. n.e. Lincoln 6268. 12* WINDOW SHADES and screens made to order. Free estimates. J. M. BUTLER A SON. 40M lat at. a.e. Lincoln 6968-J. WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—Good quality opaque shades fitted to yonr windows, 86c; the best quality of opaque shades, SLI3; hung free. We will call with samples. KLBE BLATT. Ilth and H sts. n.e. Lincoln 871 b BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES The Star require* from advertiser* in this column reference* and a de tailed statement of their profonUion*. AUTO TIKE REPAIR SHOP for sale; equipped for casings and tube a. Address Box 232-P. Star office. 19* FILLING STATION and accesaoriea store on Mt. Vernon boulevard, one mile from long bridge. Apply on premises, 8. Metcalf. Tele phone Clarendon 812-F-8. 19* AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOP, fully equipped; terms right party. Jones Motor Co., 1143 Government court, bet. L and M., 20th and 21st. Main 7954. 19* RESTAURANT —One of finest In Washington; tiled ceilings, walls and floor*: refrigerating plant and bakery. Business runs $84,000 per year. Low rent, long lease. Smaller one near two big department, stores. Business $36,000 per year; only $8,000; ahonld pay more than SB,OOO net profit per year. Call Mr. Sommervllle. North 7322, after 6 p.m. DINING ROOM, Olympia Apt. Home; splen didly equipped: nice china, linen and glasa ware; dean and attrnatlve: cheap rent. 19* FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALK; 17 rooms, all occupied. Good southwest loca tion. Rent, SSO. Profit, $145 month. Lasted for two years. Address Box 838-M, Star efllee. It* HOUSBFURNIBHINGB and hardware store; good location. Lincoln *To,OOO CASH—One of the finest groceries la city: good will, account*, stock and fixture*; established over 10 years; lease for 6 yean or aigfct gall build tag. Me. Km, JU «U Jkjb BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Continued. SBO0 —Hotel cigar stand, good business, low rent. Wire. 215 6th n.w LUNCHEONETTE, soda fountain. etc., busi est location n.w., doing now over SBO per day; good man can double. Ware, 215 Bth n.w. MEAT AND VEGETABLE MARKE7T in down town section, doing good business; good reason for wanting to sell; If Interested, give name and address. Address Box 151 M. Star office. PAPER SHELL PECAN GROVE. 0 acres, 1«) trees. In Georgia: 8 years old: will sacrifice tor quick sale. For particular! phone Col. 10478, ROOMING HOUSE, downtown; 14 rooms. 2 baths, electricity, h.-w.h.: newly decorated: lease: low rent. Inquire 1334 11th st. n.w * N(T H < lU SbT B~rou iniTgara ge. 5430 Rooming house; 9 rooms; rent. S4O. s3so—Rooming house; 12 rooms; rent, $55. s9oo—Rooming house ; 17 rooms; rent. SSO. $1,300 —Rooming bouse; So rooms, 5 baths. $1,500 —Confectionery and lunch and bakery and 10 rooms; rent, $100; big bargain. s3so—Confectionery and 6 rooms; rent, $45. $1.500 —-Grocery and 0 rooms; rent. S4O; good corner, good business; 7-year lease.. s9oo—Grocery and 4 rooms; rent, SO3. $54)0 —Tailoring business. central location; reasonable rent; good business: big bargain. SBS0 —Near beer and lunch ; 7 rooms. sßoo—Lunch, central; good business. $1,200 Lunch, central location; big bargain; Inspect at once ; make offer. R. M. CURTIS, MAIN 8042, MAIN 8043. 218 Machinists’ Bldg., 9th and Mass. ave. n w. a SPECIALISTS IN BUS. OPPORTUNITIES AND ARRANGEMENTS. JARMUTH, 904 14th ST. N.W. MAIN 7417. CONSULT US. NO OBLIGATION. i4'a% gross: Store and two flats. First commercial r.one, near Dnttont Circle. On car line. Big apart ment near; 3-story brick, hot-water heat. elec, lights and gas. Rental S2OO Only $18,500. on easy terms. Rent paya 14H% gross and will take care of monthly payment!. Other good investments, larger or smaller. See our list. Mr, SommerriUe. WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS, Realtor. 1432 K St. N.W. Main 4600. DRY GOODS & NOTIONS— Complete line ot merchandise, well stocked, '■orner atore; loo* lease; old established bosl ne«s that will show bi* receipts; owner will well for cash or exchange for equity in town business property. See LJX>YD B. TURNER, 600 7th at. s.w. 20* FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. ARMY HARNESS, with breeching ami leather traoes, new. for 2 horse*. S3B: saddles, $5: donhle-rein bridles, $2; collars. $1.25 np; nacd double and alngle plow, wagon and cart har neas, one-half price. Cogawell'a. 220 Xltb at. n.w. AXMINSTER RUG. Bxlo, slightly used; large beveled edge mirror; reasonable. Col. 8108 apt. 304. • BABY CARRIAGE, reed, reversible, cheap. 1914 Pa. ave. n.w.. Apt. 1. • BABY CARRIAGE, ss7"rnbtir tires; Inll-a-by and mattress. $3.50; nearly new. 4 Adams st. BATHTUB, modern, 2.8x5 ft., complete with fixtures. $lO, 1753 L st. n.w. 19* BED—Folding, Englander; ice box. 2 kitchen chairs. 2 crex rugs. Call after 6 p.m., Apt. 8. 1419 N at. n.w. 19* BRICK—We are lr. a position to deliver brick to your job st cheap price. See our superin tendent on the job at 14tb and G. Federal American Rank bldg. The Sidney L. Heck inger Honsewrecking Co. BUILDING MATERIAL salvaged from our many wrecking operations, together with im mense purchase! of surplus stock, enable ua to save yon money—New doors, stock sines. $3 and $3.25; sash, new, 6 light, $1 each; brand-new waiiboard. 8c per sq. ft.; new fire proof rockboard, 3>r4c p»r sq. ft.; roofing, “Capitol.” manufactured by Certain-teed Co., new 1-ply, $1.35; 2-ply, $1.75; 8-p!y. $2.25. Certain-teed Co's sliinglea, four in one, new. per square, $5.00. Brick, lumber, new toilet outfits, sinks, bathtub* and fornaees. New bathroom outfit. $65. At bargain prices, car load of screens, purchased from a southern camp. THE SIDNEY L. HECHINGKR HOUSE WRECKING CO.. Camp Meigs. sth and Fla. *ave. n.e,: main office, Bth and C sts. s.w. Salesmen at both offices until 5:30 p.m. Onr guarantee: “Money back If yon want it.” CLARINET (A) “Selmas”; Albert system; splendid condition; all new pads, $45. Inquire at 634 East Capitol st. 19* COLUMBIA OWNERS—Great sacrifice on aU Columbia parts for all models. Lexington, 1333 14th st. n.w. Phone Main 4094 . 24* COUNTER. 1; 2~amali safes. 1 large safe. 2 combination wall cabinet and closets, 1 cash ier's cage, 1 bookkeeper's desk. 1 polishing ma chine, 1 melting fnmace and bellows, 1 lot ot shelving. Apply 361 Pa. ave. n.w. 20* COUNTERPANE, blue and white, hand woven: century old; perfect condition. Call after noona. 1917 K at. n.w. 23* DESK, oak, flat-top. sanitary; also typewriter desk; American radiator boiler; cheap. Adams 4779. 20* DINING ROOM SUITE—Six chair*, table and buffet; reasonably, to dispose of quickly. Ad ams 3884-W. 1725 Irving st. n.w. ENGINES, lot of gasoline; suitable for boats; reasonable; Stntz. Dodge, etc., complete with starters, generators. Edgar Baum, 812 sth st. n.w. ENGLISH SADDLES (Imported), feather lined, nevsr-ruat stirrups. $25 up; bridles, double run. never-rust bits, complete, $5 np. Cogswell's, cor. Ilth and C sta. n.w. FURNISHING —Entire furnishings of Broom house. 643 Lament n.w. 19* FURNISHINGS for 5-room cottage at North Reach. No. 7317. FURNITURE —All this week we will continue breaking all records of prices on a handsome new or used bedroom, living room or dining room suite, dresser, vanity chifforobe, chest of drawers, chiffonier, twin beds, 4-post beds, single beds, cot* and conches. double beds of all kinds, all new mattresses; gateleg tables, Windsor chairs and rockers, davenport and library tables, small tables and stands, mahogany, old ivory and walnut bedroom suites, cane back davenport suite, overatuffed living room suites, chair* of ail kinds, fine kitchen cabinet, new kitchen chairs, $1.83 each; secretary’s desks and bookrack tables. A fall line of porch pieces, rockers, chairs, settees and tables for the cottage or camp; mahogany Üble, bed and 2 chairs, buffets, china closets, tables, chairs and odd pieces of dining room furniture, draperies, tapestry, tables and couch covers, kitchen dropieaf ta bles, wicker pieces, chairs, rockers and tables mahogany dining table, 6 chairs, overstuffed davenport, blue velour, new, $69.50; oil paint ings. ballrack and floor lamps. 100 other odd pieces and refrigerators. Any ® J* Bargain House, 18th and Columbia road. 2453- 55 18th n.w. Adams 4300-J. FURNITURE —Party leaving town, must sell 4 rooms furniture; no reasonable offer refused. Main 3881, * FURNITURE—Leaving town, will sell walnut bedroom suite, vlctrola. console type, with 25 records; white iron bed, single; refrigerator; oak dining table; fumed oak living room suite; apt. 3, 2920 Sherman ave- FURNITURE for five-room apartment, in cluding piano and several antique pieces. Call Col. SO7l-W. FURNITURE. 3 sample living room suites. In mohair and velour and odd pieces, below cost; big bargain. New York Upholstering Co., 619 F st. n.w. FURNITURE —Must move storage ware rooms, will sacrifice fine mahogany pieces, chest drawers, card, library, sewing, dining and console tables: dining room suites, chins cabi nets, bookcases, sofas; all colonial antiques and reproductions. A. F, Arnold, 1328 G st. n.w. FURNITURE—Credit-cash. Special discount for cash. Save money. Buy at Hopwood’a. Bth and K Its. ' FURNITURE—Very attractive, complete, for one-room, kitchenette apt.; come to see be tween 5:30 and 6;30. 2008 16th at, Apt. 35. GAS RANGES —New and slightly oaed; all aiaea; leaa than halt price. Why pay more! Every range guaranteed. J. W. Williams. 609 6th st. n.w. Main 2988. 39* GAS RANGES—That's not all—quality and prices beat features; good cabinet and elevat ed; need cleaning; choice. $5.50, delivered; new and others. 628 G at. n.w. GAS WATER HEATERS—Brand-new and guaranteed; 29-ft. double copper coll, So ft. double copper coil, $10.50, SIDNEY HECHINGER CO.. Camp Meigs. sth sad Fla. ave. n.e. Main office, 6th and C sta. s.w. Both offices open until 5;80 p.m. HEATING ROT*, good etae. K 1783 L «s>.*** Mt MISCELLANEOUS. FOE SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. Continued. ICK HOX —AT condition; suitable for grocery or meat market; cheap. 1808 E at. n.w. T9* IiATKOBB, good condition, $9. 1753 I. st. mw. 19* LIVING ROOM SUITE, willow, box springs; cost $190; sell $69; mahogany arm chair, $11; Crex rug. *3. Evenings. 1321 Belmont st. n.w. Apartment 32. 19* MACHINERY—Shoe repairing: Landes stitcher and hnisher, Singer sewing machine and all tools uetessary; shoe shine stand; reasonable. 001 I) n.w. 19* MOTOR, Edison. 230 volts, D. C. B.P. with starter, $39. 1753 L st. n.w. 19* OAK BUREAUS. $9: beds complete, $9; daven port, $10; Morris chair, S 5; wasbstands. sl. 114 C st. n.w. 20* PAINT, any color and slae can, $2.79 gal.; absolutely guaranteed. Color card mailed; delivery service. 707 H st. ne. Lincoln 5199. PAlNT—Weathershield bonse paint, mannfae tored by Oertain-teed Company, white and other colors, $2.29 per gallon. SIDNEY HECHINGKR CO., Camp Meigs. sth and Fla. are. n.e. Main office, 6tb and C sts. s.w. Salesmen at both offices until 6:30 p.tn. PlANO—Weber upright: excellent condition; $129; rags and 1 stops. 1764 K st. n.w. 20* PIANO for rent, cheap: worth $1,500; up right. PlANO—Knabe grand, for sale; owner re called from Washington will transfer equity if you will assume payments on balance. Ad dress Box 24-P, Star office. __ PIANO, grand. $298; very good tone: easy terms if desired. 227 Pa. are, southeast. PIANO, Steinway upright; like new; at sac rifice; also Stieff player-piano, $389. A. F. Arnold. 1323 G st. n.w. PIANO, Steinway, mahogany upright; will sacrifice for qnick sale; can arrange terms Mr. Edwards. 227 Pa. are, southeast. PIANO, Knabe upright. $299; line tone: beau tiful mahogany case. The Plano Shop, 22’’ Pa. ave. southeast. PIANO BARGAlNS—Steinway. like new. $425; Beckwith, $289. eost *450; Lyon A Healy up right. cow reduced from SSOO to $390; Brad bury upright, slightly used. $390: S6OO Grand, slightly used, $475. Hugo Worch, 1110 G. Est. 1879. PlANOS—Splendid bargains from the Van Wickle stock still left. New Bradbury up right*. art designs. $750 values*, now $379. New Player*, regular $750 values, mahogany case, now $397. New Grands now $589. Used uprights, various makes, at low as $97, $99. sllO. Terms arranged. D. G. Pfeiffer, 1210 G at. PLAYER, mahogany. $299 : 29 rolls of music; mechanism first class and beautiful tone: easy terms. 227 Pa. ave. southeast. POOL TABLE, complete, regulation size; balls. cues. $29. Col, 7601. POOL TABLE, complete, 4xß, $45; 32 G s'. n.w. 21* RADIO SlT—Army Signal Corps crystal. Cleveland 2894-J after 6. 20* REFRIGERATOR, worth S6O. sell S2O: good condition; also two single bed springs, cedar lined box conch. See janitor, 1016 16th st. n.w. SAXOPHONE, C melody, "Conn,” new, $95. North 2466. * SEWING MACHlNE!—Drophead Singer.'slight ly used: bargain; round bobbin. 918 23d st. n.w. SEWING MACHINES—Singer drophead. *l9; Wilcox Ac Gibbs. S2O; Weatern Kleearic Port able. $29: other makes from *8 to $35. Rent ing. repairing. All machines guaranteed. Cap ital Sewing Machine Exchange, 43 H n.w. Franklin 3778. 20* SEWING MACHINES—D. h. Singer. sl4, New Home, sls; Standard. sls; New Ideal, $10; others at 85: all guaranteed. New machines. $9 per month. Renting and repairing. Open evenings. S. E. Singer Shop. 313 Pa. ave. a.e. Lincoln 275. SEWING MACHINE, Singer 06-1. used 3 months, 5-ye«r gnar., SSO; $3 month. Col. 4959-J 22* STEAM RADIATORS—B. 370-ft. rating; one round cast-iron steam boiler, 700 ft.; in good condition: all for $125. A bargain. Apply Walter Plerpoint, 116 S. Patrick st.. Alex., Va. 30* TYPEWRITER RENTAL SERVICE. Adams 1891. Und.. L. C, 8.. Rem. and Royal, $3.25 mo.; 3 mo-*, in adv.. $8.25; 6 mos., sls. TYPEWRITERS, all makes. Bold, rented and repaired; low prices and terms. National Typewriter Exchange. 610 F st. n.w. Main 15. TYPEWRITERS—Rent reduced: selling of a large number at sacrifice prices, some real bargains Open evenings. American Type writer Co.. 1431 East Capitol at. Lincoln 82. TYPEWRITER, in good condition, will g«I cheap; also several oak desks. 737 13th. 2nd floor. TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold and rested. Low prices. Buy on *9 monthly payments. Save money on portable*. Washington Type writer Exchange. 918 N. T. ave. Fr. 1014. VACUUM CLEANER. HOOVER—Like new, $25. 3230 Park place. Col. 2364. * WALLPAPER —Room lot. sidewall and border. SI: fall room lots, $1.50 and $2; all new goods, no remnants. Mahoney’s. 324 Pa. ave. s.e. WILL SACRIFICE handsome 10-piece ivory bedroom suite, one-third cost: also Ta bed. Call before 1 o'clock p.m.. West 987. 20* SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAM PLE, FLOOR AND COUNTER CARES AT SPECIAL PRICES. "BUY AT THE FAC TORY.” RUSE A CO.. 808 LOW ST., BALTI MORE. MU. 1921 INDIAN SCOUT —Good condition: S6O. 223 Virginia ave s.e, FURNITURE —Carload —Dining room suites and bedroom suites have Joat arrived This sale breaks all records in the furniture busi ness : . . _ __ $950.00 —Dining room 10-piece suites. .$410.00 400.00 Dining room 10-plere suites.. 289.00 300.00 Dining room 10 piece suites.. 185.00 289.00 Dihfng room 10-piece suites... 187.90 185.00 Dining room 10-piece suites.. 135.00 150.00 Dining room 8-piece suites... 120.00 123.00 Dining room 10-piece suites.. 95.00 100.00— Dining room 9-piece suites. 70.00 85.00 Buffet table 5 chairs 49.00 25.00 Extension tables 10.00 4.50 Dining chairs... 3.50 2.50 Dining or kitchen chairs 1.89 NEW BEDROOM SUITES. 285.00 Old ivory 9-piece suites 200.00 340.00 Walnnt 9-plece suites 275.00 285.00 — Walnut 9-piece suites 189.00 200.00 Walnnt 9-piece suites 167.90 190.00 Walnut, 8-piece suites 100.00 Handsome used suites, dreaeers. chifforobes. vanities, chest of drawers and odd pieces in Ivory, walnut and mahogany. We will take your old dining room suite in exchange. This is the place. The Bargain House, 2453-55 18th st. n.w. Adams 4300-J. Any car to 18th and Columbia road. OFFICE FURNITURE FROM V. a. GOV’T. —lncluding desks, safe*, file cabinets, lockers, chairs, tables, stands. ledgers, etc., at less than coat to manufacture. WASHINGTON SALVAGE CO.. Furniture Dept.. 310 Bth St. N.W. ”L. L. L.” Wear free “L. L. L.” button and be mem ber of the “Let Live League.” Motto: "Live and Let Live.” Grip: a hearty handshake all around; object, to focus community good will; buttons sent on application to FRANK POE TON, Argo. 111. 24* RADIO AND EQUIPMENT. ANTENNAS ERECTED- all kinds of radio seta repaired; work guaranteed. Doyle's Service Station. Call Col. 1090. 19* 5-TUBE Freed-Klsemann neutrodyne....slso.oo 5 R. C. A. tubes 25.00 Storage battery. 22,90 Nathaniel Baldwin speaker 80.00 Horae battery charger 15.00 2 49-volt B batteries *e2o Hydrometer for testing "A” bat. 75 B battery volt meter 2.00 Total value $252.45 for $l5O eash to quick buyer; trill demon strate. Franklin 8045 or 1301 U at. tv, after 8 p.m. * ~ DOGS, PETS, ETC. PEKINESE—Handsome pedigreed male, two years old, red with white breast and tail, house broken, over distemper, owner leaving city. 1847 Nearton at. n.w. 30* PAIR OF CANARIES for sale, mates, Oleve tand 2287 COLLIE, beautiful pup, male, thoroughbred. Geo. Benchler. 1122 13th at. n.w. PUPPIES. 3, one police dog, one alredale and one fox terrier. Dr. Locke's Dog and Pet aagitui. PJm*» OaL AM, DOGS, PETS, ETC. Conflawed. ATHERTON'S is as close as your pbme. Or dert received before 9 a.ro. delivered earn* day. 338 Indiana ave. * BOSTON TERRIERS—MaIes; two months old pedigreed; registrable, out of King's Ron, A K. C. 388,810. Fairchild's Pat Shop. 1213 9tt> at. n.w. PUPPlES—Airedales, pedigreed; collie*, bull terrier*, fox terrier*, poodles, ate. Fairchild'* Pet Shop. 1215 9th at. n.w. AT STUD —Pekingese, pedigreed, fine breeding ■train. 2413 ISth n.w. Adams 5309. 19* BOSTON BULL TERRIER, pedigreed. 4 months old, female; a beauty; S9O Cell Col 1427-J. ap* MALE GERMAN F9LICB POPP? for ale West 1574. 20* 08. B. m LOCKE'S DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL. Dogs clipped, bathed rod groomed. Bearding kennels for eats. 8121 14th ST. S.W. COLUMBIA 574 FOE FARM AND GARDEN. 1.000 PIGS AND BHOATK wanted at oat* will take aa low as five in group. Mr. Frank. 321 L at. s.w., city. 22* CHICKS—Rocks, ICeda, sl4: Leghorn*. sl9 hundred: ready now J. B. Henry, FalH Church. Va. Phone Falls Church 7-W-2. 19* ROCKS AND RED EGGS for hatching, front i. J. Matthew*. 2039 K at. a.w. Phone West 688. Stock tor aale. EVERGREENS, hedge plants, surabs. tree* and rosea for home ground planting. Fairfax Farms Nursery. Fa Irfax. Va. Ph. Fairfax 4-F-*. BABY CHICKS. Barred rocks, R. I. reds and white leghorns: immediate delivery F, W. BOLGIANO A CO_ 1009 B Bt. N.W. FOB SALE—AUTOMOBILES ALLEN ROADSTER, S4O cash and $4 per week. Ontario Garage Phone Col. 6844, Co', 8727. API'EHSON DEMONSTRATOR—A real Jack Rabbit 1924 phaeton: 6-cylinder model; in wonderful shape; same guarantee a* new car 20C, discount. Jewell Motor Co., 1738 14th. Open evenings. . AUEURN TOURING. 1920: new tires, new top; everything in good condition. $329. Col 2213. 3518 10th st. n.w. 1»« AUTOCAR 3Vi-ton 4-cyl. truck; paentnatii Hies; this truck is too large for our needs and has only been run about 3.000 miles; jum as good as new. Pepni-Cola Bottling CSs., 209 7th st. s.w. BUICK. 7-psss. tour.; a sacrifice; runs and looks like a new car; cash, terms or trade $490. Dist. Oakland Co.. 1700 L st. nw. BUICK LIGHT SIX. 9-pass., D-45; $l5O. 150>‘ Gales st. n.e, Lincoln 100. 20* BUICK—I93O 9-pass, touring: running condi tion good: tires need repairs; cash, $125. Sea ton Garage, 45 Seaton jrt. n.e. BUICK SIX. 1924 model—Car has not ran over 700 mile*; many extras. Will sell cheap owner leaving city. Apply 48 H st. n.e.. Apt 23. or phone Frank. 3320 BUICK LIGHT 6 ROADSTER—Very good ran nlng condition, with fire good tires and new battery; $250. Your own terms and accept Ford as part payment. Justice Motor Co., 151", 14th at. _____ CADILLAC aedan, 1923 model; driven by care ful owner: mileage less than 10,000; in excel lent condition. Phone ua for demonstration Hill A Tibbits. 301 14th st. Main 356 after C and Sunday Frank. 8291. CADILLAC—RebuiIt and painted: lady leas ing town. L St. Garage. 19* CADII.LAC SI'YL. TOURING, $95 cash. 881 li st, northeast 19* CADILLAC 7 PASS. SEDAN—-Fine condition, good rubber; reasonable. After 5. 1818 13th st. n.e. CADILLAC and Packard, limousine and town cars: mechanically perfect; prices very low terms. Craddock Motors, Inc.. 2320 Penn* • ve. s.e. CHEVROLET tonring. 1928 model, used five months; A-l condition Geological Survey room 236-tC 21 • CHEVROLET 1.8, 1920 touring; a bargain at $290; terms. See Mr. Shockey. Barry-Pate Motor Co., 2529 Sherman ave. n.w. Col. 1706 CHEVROLET SEDAN, bargain; will sacriflo most B*ll. Apply 3687 N. 11. sve. n.w CHEVROLET—I 922 490 touring; splendid cor dition; priced right; terms to suit. Barry- Pate Motor Co., 2929 Sherman ave. n.w. Col 1706. CHEVROLET TOURING CAR. 1922: flrut-clars condition: $150; terms. West 595. 2110 Lst CHEVROLET COCPE, 1924; nm 1,000 miles; like new; $600: terns. West 599. 2110 Ls! CHEVROLET SEDAN, 1923, bumpers. A-1 shape. Ontario Garage. Phone Col. 6844, Co! 8727. CLEVELAND TOURING. 1923 Perfect me cbanica! condition and repainted: $750, iuclud ing all charges. Terms, S3OO cash, $45 monthly. 1800 14th st. North 9860. CLEVELAND TOURING. 1921 Thoroughly overhauled and repainted: $590. Including all charges. Terms, $220 cash, $33 monthly. 1800 14th st. North 9860. COLUMBIA DEMONSTRATOR—A real bar gain; 6-cylinder Continental motor; 5-passen ger tonring; has been used only for demon strations; our loss ronr gain; 2<ric discount to qnick purchaser. Terms if desired. Jewell Motor Co.. 1738 14th. Open evenings. COLUMBIA TOURING—I 923, with Continental motor: good tires; thottles down to two miles per hour; 13th st. hill is no obstacle for this real automobile, and the price is ridiculously low, $690. Terms if desired. Open evenings Jewell Motor Co,. 1738 14th. DODGE touring, good car for a mechanic at right price: quick buyer. Apply 2529 Sher man aye. n.w Col. 1706. Mr. Shockey. DODGE, 1921 tour.: make your comparisons our price, $290. Dist. Oakland Co.. 1709 1. st. n.w. DODGE touring. 1923: runs flue: good eorv tire*; an exceptional bey at a low price easy terms considered to responsible party Mr. Wallace, North 1200. _ DODGE touring, was delivered new January 1923: car in exceptionally line mechanical con dition; good tires and a real low price for a qnick sale: easy terms. Cal! me up before buying. Mr. Hines, Washington Flint Co.. 1517 Conn. are. Potomac 1673. DODGE. 1924 touring; slightly used by owner bumpers, span l tires; getting closed c*r. terms. Col. 1643. ESSEX TOURING. 1921 new battery; $27 cash: genuine bargain. 2107 14th at. n.w. ESSEX late model touring; excellent cond. tion price. Aup I y 1211 Cst s.w, 19* FLIN’F. almost new; splendid condition terms: price. s*9o. 2320 Penna. aye. a.e. IXIRD conpe. 1922: $100; extras: five cord tires. One 1922 Ford sedan; many extras One 1923 Ford touring; many extras. These cars are in A1 condition; paint as good new: priced right; terms, if necessary. Oul' Adams 4608-J. 112$ Columbia road n.w. FORD SEDAN—I92I: motor, upholstery ami tires all in good shape, and it Is ready to ride away in. Small payment down and terraa for the balance will move it. Jewell Motor Co 1738 14th. Openevenings FORD fourvloor sedan, in splendid mechanics condition: new cord tires, many extras; un usually low pirk-e on attractive terms. Mr Hines, Washington Flint Co., 1517 Conn, ave Potomac 1673. FORD sedan, carefully used, excellent condi tion. reasonable. SIOO cash, balance monthly 3345 ISth st. n.w. FORD SEDAN—A-l condition, with extra* reason for selling, buying larger car. 437 G __ 19* FORD SEDAN, 1922, excellent mechanical con dition: will sacrifice for cash. Mrs. Edward* Col. 3313, after 9 p.m. J 19* FORD TOURING—I9IB model; runs perfectly, cheap at S4O cash. Blanton's Garage, raa 1216 North Capitol. • FORD TOURING', late 1923. In A-l condi tion; will sacrifice for $259. Mr. Edge. 660 Pa. ave. s.e. 30* FORD 1-TON TRUCK. 1923 model; perfect condition, with starter, etc.; sacrifice. Edgar Banm, 812 oth n.w. FRANKLIN TOURING—OId modal, bat "in good running condition; two new cord tire*, have another ear, no use for it: will take SIOO. 4805 14til st. n.w. Adams BOCB. 19* HAYNES 5-pass, sport touring, 1923; driven by careful owner; exceptionally good boy traded on closed car; can lie bought right terms or cash. Phone for demonstration Hill & Tibbilts. 301 14th. Main 396. After fl and Sunday, Fr. 8291. HUDSON super-aix; 7-pass, touring; axeel lent running condition and good coni tire* $l5O cash. Seaton Garage. 4a Keaton at. n.e HUDSON town car; upholstery, paint ana rubber in excellent condition: car repossessed by a finance company for non payment and car. he bought for the unpaid balance of $550 Open evenings and Sunday. Lincoln 8440 Garage. 645 Maryland ave. n.e. HUPMOBILB COUPE—Motor completely ova* hauled; five good tires; and. aa you know, a Hup. can’t be beat for service Only $306 Easy terms, too. Jewell Motor Go.. 1788 14tfa Open evenings. KISSKLL and toerater. new cart late models: at most generous price reduction New Royal Gsrsge. 1815 L at. n.w. JORDAN 4-pass, brougham: hist out of palm shop; this car is quiet running, good look lap and will be sold qnick at a substantial asv ing. Phone for demonstration. Hill A Tfb bttta, 301 14th. Main 356. After 6 and Sou day Fr. 8291. KISSEL, 5-passenger touring, newly painted new tires, drumhead lights, aide windshield hampers, etc. This car makes a beautiful at pearaace. The beat offer gets fl; algo easy terns to responsible purchaser. Mr. Bines. Washington Flint Co., 1517 Conn. ave. Po tomac 1673. LINCOLN, late '22. 4-pass, coupe: new paint and Royal cord Urea; excellent condition me chanically: owner traded for larger Lincoln can be bought at a bargain. Phone for dem oostrxtton. Hill A Tibbitta, SOI 14tb at. Main $66. After 6 and Sunday Fr. 8291. • MAXWELL touring; perfect condition; will sacrifice. $75 cash. 124 3rd at. a.e. NATIONAL 5-pats, sport touring, 1922; folly equipped; 2 spare tires, newly painted and overhauled; phone ns for demonstration. Hiii A Tibbitta, 801 14th at. Main 390; if ter « and Sundays, Franklin. S2Sl_ 27