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HELP AND SITUATrOTre.
| Star 64 Want Ad”
!l Branch Offices
i
NORTHWEST.
14th *t, Joll's Newsstand.
an<l **• Pharmacy.
3of.h and U. J. S. rirmencr.
34tb and Clifton. Clifton Terras Pharmacy.
290! arc.. John G. Biffgs Pharmacy.
2nn« 14th at., Edw. J. Enrin.
•J4O! 14th. Brooangh’s Pharmacy.
J?th and Buchanan. Hohhcrgcr.
54th and Colorado arc.. Cnooncll’s Pharmacy.
14th at.. Randolph Pharmacy.
Hoimcad and Otla place. Holmcad Pharmacy.
330 P Mount Pleasant at., Mount Pleasant
Cigar and News Shoo.
57HTi Columbia road. Ilutrhrr’a Cigar Store,
yardman Park Pharmacy.
California ave.. Morgan Bros.
2d and Mass, arc., Phillips’ Pharmacy,
lat and K sts., liimcan's Pharmacy.
<th and K, Goldenhery’a (time clerk’s desk).
Ch and O Ms.. Associated Drue Stores.
<th and K. I. ave.. J. French Simpson.
11th and M Ms.. T*. FI. Foster’s Pharmacy.
Vt. are.. 12th and R sts., Howley's Phar.
Orii and D ats.. McGuire’s Pharmacy.
.T*ol (fi. are., Rodis’ Pharmacy.
Ca. are. and Hock Creek Church road. Rock
(Veek Pharmacy.
<;_a. are. and Cpshnr M.. IT. Colodny &. Co.
.>.’>o3 Ga. are., Monck’s Pharmacy.
aPT#» Ga. are.. Brirhtwood Pharmacy.
1001 F-* st.. Morse Pharmacy.
0 T>upont Circle. Dupont Pharmacy.
iMh st. and Fla. are.. Pearson’s Pharmacy.
”la. arc. and Ist at.. Sylrrm Taxupheiraer.
J*rth Cap. st. and R I. are., Parker’s Phar.
1722 Pa. are.. J. I»nis Krick.
rj s t and G sts.. Qnicler Pharmacy.
-oth and Pa. are.. Tlerhst’s Pharmacy.
oJCR Conn. are.. Chevy Chase Pharmacy.
Wisconsin are, and Macomb st., Clereland
Park Pharmacr.
Takoma Park. 359 Cedar st.. Mattingly Bros.’
Pharmacy.
GEORGETOWN.
2Kth and P sts.. Pride’s Pharmacy.
M st.. O’Donnell’s Pharmacy.
jHth and M. T. A. Moskev’s Pharmacy.
Wisconsin arc. ami O. Donohue’s Pharmacy.
NORTHEAST.
*th and II st*.. Home Drug Company.
907 H st.. Gtrfen’s Music Store
7th st and Md. ave.. Ix>nis F. Bradley.
J-th st. and Md. ave.. Loui* Sacks.
N’orth Cap and I. Kenealv I’harmacy.
H 26 Fast Oipitol st.. Paul’s Pharmacy.
Fast Capitol and Bth sts.. Bielmiss’ Pharmacy.
TJ-th and Fast Cap., Lincoln Park Pharmacy.
20th st. and R. I. ave., Collins’ Pharmacy—
Woodridge
3500 12(h st., Mayo’s Pharmacy—Brooklind.
SOUTHEAST.
3d and Pa. are., O'Dnnnrll’H Drue Store.
Sth and I. F. I*. Wejler's Pharmacy.
11th and Pa. ave., Pealy’s Pharmacy.
14th and Pa. ave., Smyser’s Pharmacy.
-907 Nichols ave., Anacostia. Weiss i Ilealy.
SOUTHWEST.
7th and D Ma.. Lnnt/. Bros.
4 1 - and L sts., Columbia Pharmacy.
It ATE —I CENTS A WORD
In Washington and for—
Help and Situations Wanted.
T*»st am! Found.
For Sale and Wanted Miscellaneous.
Automobiles for Sale and Wanted.
Rooms for Rent and Wanted.
Business Opportunities. eh-.
Rate outside of Washington
4 cents a word.
REAL ESTATE ADS
€ words to the line. 3-line minimum, at line
rate, as follows:
1 time 20c per line.
2 times. 18c per line.
3 times, 17c per line
7 times. 16c per line.
*TAK OFFICE OPEN UNTIL II P.M. !
■MI advertisements for The Evening Star -
•nnst lip ni The Star office ~r one ..f The Star
offices by 11 p.m. the DAT BEFORE
IFM E. with the foilowinp exceptions
and Found.
Notires.
'Vanter? Heli>.
"'anted Situations.
Adrort’sements under th<* above classifica
tions will be accepted at The Star office. 11th
st and Pa. ave.. until 9:30 a.m day of issue.
A.! advertisements for The Sundav Star must 1
be received at The Star office by 5 30 p.m. j
Saturday, or at any of The Star branch offices !
by 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
CASH WITH ORDER is required for all ad- j
from transient advertisers. !
HELP MALE
A/rpff rr.ii! OR/OF\AL rrermimm/in:irms~
•b «pp/?/ifig for rmjilotmenl. Use COPIES.
AfTO MECHANIC. Peek's Garage, 2121 uTii
AI TOMOBILE MKrUAMCS—Two experienced
wen. Iho I row Motor Cn.. 1500 14th st. n.w.
AT FOMOBILE SALESMEN (four), e.xpeci-
Wiopo, to sell the Iludson-Kssex 1 in-*; pond
Proposition to thosp who can produce. See
Mr. Kendrick. Neumeycr Motor Co . 1823 14th
*f _n.w.
BOOTBLACK at once. 300 14th at. s.w •
ROY, colored. useful around grocery store.
IlSt II th at. n.w.
*Oy —Colored. with wheel, for errands and
general usefulness. 605 F at n.w. 20*
Rf.VDI.E WRAPPER. experienced, 16 vears
pr over. Apply manager Saks A Company,
Pennsylvania ave. anil 7th at.
V cry efficient. Phone Bethesda
128-R. Billups. 22*
CASHIER—Young Jewish boy. Dnpont Mm--
>et Co.. 2100 P at. n.w. «
CHAUFFEURS wanted, experienced: refer
enccs and i<fc*nti fixation card. Apply taxi
office. Wardman Park Flofel.
* HAT FFEFR—Fir*r class; year’s reference
required. North 9212. 1523 New Hampshire
av«‘. •
OOLLErTORS i two», thoroughly familiar with
•evidential section; regular monthly collec
tions: married man preferred; must lie able to 1
nass small security l*»nd. position pays S3O to
.<3.» per week. Apply Collection Manager. 900
Federal-American National Bonk bldg.
* DLLFGK-BHFD MAN under 35, whole or j
part time. Special training. Many success
ful. leading life insurance company! Address
Box 214-F, Star office.
TOOK for private boat, from June 1 to Ochv
her 1; splendid salary: one who has had ex
perience on yachts preferred; good position for
right man; oook for small family and crew
of four. Address Box 310-P. Star office.
FABM HAND, experienced, married or sin
gle. Phone Clarendon 800-F-3. Address Box
249-P. Star office. 21 •
FOREMAN—Young, live man; good chance for
advancement. Address Box 280-P. Star office.

1 .ABORERS WANTED—AppIy at George A.
Fuller Co., Washington Cathedral, 36th and
Woodley road. Mount St. Alban.
LAUNDRY DRIVER, white; Ford truck; no
'’ r T>enence required: salary paid while learning.
Address Box 237 P. Star office.
MAN, elderly, reliable, to answer phone in
tin shop. No hard work required. $9 per
week. 2924 M st. n.w. •
MAN, competent, for boat work in boat baild
:ng company. Apply W. Werback. ir.. 6th
and Watpr ala, a.w. •
MAN Vacation position; college student:
most he ambitious and energetic: good position
for right party. Address Box 233-E, Star
•fflee.
MAN for night work; middle aged; gas and
oil, and also minor repairs on cars. Anto
I.lvrry Co.. 212 13th n.w.
MARCEUEE—SaIary and commission; none hot
experienced need app*7' Jimmie’s Shop, oppo
aite Tivoli Theater. 33H 14th at. 2t*
MHN—Two for oar local Belling force; vacan
cies created by promotion of salesmen earning
*45 per week; will pay $3 per day to begin
ners. Apply Room SMX), Federal-American Na
tional Bank bldg.
MBN—*3o,ooo in prises to be given to Doran t
automobile salesmen in eoast to coast sales
race. Experienced salesmen needed to share
this money; immediate appointment. See Mr.
Its vis. 1130 Conn, sve.
OFFICE BOY—Bright, energetic boy about 15
years, reliable; steady emeployment. Room
1. 722 12th st. n.w.
PAlNTEß—Experienced automobile painter.
<’.all Palmer.s. 1221 Pa. ave. n.w. «
PAINTERS—State wages, experience, ageT
Address Box 3<M-P. Star office.- •
PROSSER on Hoffman machine! 302 6th st.
"-W- 21*
PRKSSKR wanted on Hoffman machine; call,
ready for work: steady position. Fashion
Cleaners. 407 Rhode Island ave. n.e. 21*
SAIJBMBN, experienced selling fwisted-in
wire brashes to homes; 53 per cent commis
sion; advancement to managership. P. O. Box
d. Station X. New York city. 20*
SALESMEN —Splendid proposition: good pay.
Mr. Downey. 1517 H n.w.. Room 19. *
SETTLED white man and wife on small farm
near city: good home, steady job. Walter J.
Procter, 214 H st. n.w.
THREE COLORED MEN—Will any of the
three colored men who helped to right Ford
ronpe at Oth and Massachusetts ave. n.w.
early Thursday morning. May 8, send address
in Box 255-P. Star office. 21*
YOUNG MEN (three! for sales work. Expe
rience not necessary. We teach you. Only
men who are not afraid of work need apply.
References required. Not real estate. Apply
800 Star bldg.
YOUNG MEN. three: *35 per week to those
who qualify faking orders: city and road work;
most be neat appearing; guaranteed salary and
transportation. See Mr. Sloan, Hoorn 900. 1317
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 tlie country, you may
do so.
EXPERIENCE NOT
ESSENTIAL
s* we have n special class that is (aught ail
(lie essentials required to make our men full
fledged life Insurance experts. We will fur
nish you with prospects and will afford you
ill tiie co-operation tiecosaary to close your
.■licut. This is an opportunity for ambitious
men, whether experienced or not experienced,
and will insure a permanent salary for all
time.
CALL MAIN 9670 FOR
APPOINTMENT.
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HELP MALE
Continued.
MESSENGER boy with bicycle. In real estate
office. Must be active.
The .Joseph Shapiro Co.. 919 15th st.
IK )USEM AN ssO monthly,
room and board. Call Hotel Inn,
608 9th st.
CRGOTr Y CITERK Expe
rienced, A No. 1 man who can
cut meat: steady work and ex
cellent salary. American Meat
Market, 924 Sth st. s.e. 21*
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.
SETLLED MAN to drive fur
niture truck and general work.
Reply, giving references. Ad
dress Box 33-P, Star office.
““DRIVE A
BLACK & WHITE!
We need—right away—sever
! al hustling, experienced chauf
| feurs who want to make big
| money. References required.
1 Apply to Mr. Ryan, Black &
; White Garage, 1214 New Hamp
| shire ave. n.w.
j HELP—MALE AND FEMALE.
j CHAUFFEUR. «*ook, man ami wife; bring ref
cnoo>. Trcw Motor (’o.. 1509 I4th st. n.w.
SOLICITOR, first class; pool salary Jicsides
I commission. 3179 Mt. Pleasant st.
WANTED—AGENTS.
AGKNTS WANTED—FuII or i»art time. Soil
protpition against automobilo accidents Our
polity pays itcnctils for injuries suffered while
driving, riding in, demonstrating, adjusting
or cranking an automobile, or through being
struck, run down or run over by an automo
bile. or caused by burning or explosion of
an automobile. Death, $1,000; total disability.
$25 weekly: partial. $12.50; hospital. S4O
weekly. Costs $5 a year. Insures both men
and women, ages It; to 05 years. Write or
.all Geo. W. Lyneh. dist. mgr.. 1413 G st.
n.w.. Room 400. Washington. D C. 22*
WANTED—SALESMEN.
FFBMSHIXG SALESMAN—Experienced: per
manent iiosition; good salary. Apply at once,
Friedlancler Bros.. 428 9th st. n.w.
SALESMLN with typewriter or n'Mtrtff BMt
chine selling experience; office device; sells
$4; commission. $1.50. Address Box 253-P,
8 tar office. *
SPECIALTY SALESMEN—We have 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. Sharpen, 204 District
Nat. Bank Bldg.
SALESMEN.
Men of direct sale* experience, who have
the ability to make $5.000 per year, but never
had the opportunity: no investment: only
real go-getters and live wires need apply.
1 Boom 204. Distriet Nat Bank bldg.
“SALESMEN.
i Two. the kind that can produce business.
■ We sell electrical appliances of well known
merit: liberal compensation paid. Call 3 to
(5 today, at Room 212, Insurance bldg., loth
and Eye sts. n.w.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
BUS BOYS, elevator girl*, waitresses and help
of ail kinds for coontry. 1359 Yon st. n.w.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress, light colored nurse,
also nurse girl; stay nights; cook and cham
bermaid. wort together: settled: also Orst
class seamstress, wart positions. N. 9011.
COOKS, laundress, day workers, maids, wait
ress, waiters, butlers, housemen, kitchen betp,
nurses, part-time workers. Potomac 89. 20*
COOK. SSO: houseman, chauffeur, $73: cham
bermaid. waitress. $45; elevator operator, $55.
North 1965.
COUNTER GIRLS, colored, six wanted; also
colored porters. Fuller’s Exchange. 1221 25th
st. :
1)0 YOU NEED a good stenographer, rypist or
bookkeeper'.' If so, call Main 3430. Strmyer’s
Employment Service. (So fees.)
■TOOO'WHITE AND COLORED HELP, all kinds
work: city or country. White Cross Bureau,
921 N st. n.w. North 3COB. Dr. Drew, presi
dent- 20*
HELP. COLORED FOR IN AND OUT CITY.
Plentv of work on hand—Free.
BUSINESS POSITIONS—Free registration.
Washington Employment Exchange; operated
for the pnblic by the Washington School for
Secretaries.
NO CHARGE UNLESS
YOU ARE PLACED.
Room 213, Transportation bldg.. 17th and H.
~ INSTRUCTION COURSES.
AUTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY
given. Call Line. 82. We do the rest.
GOOD POSITIONS await graduates. A abort
intensive course in shorthand, typewriting,
bookkeeping, or civil service will never be
regretted: summer rates. Wood* Commer
cisl School. 311 East Capitol.
BOYD SHORTHAND IS THE SIMPLEST
svstem in commercial use; accurate, very rapid,
best cheapest; positions guaranteed graduates.
Inquire Bovd School. 1338 O st. Main 2876-
Jelfi*
HOTELS NEED TRAINED EXECUTIVES. WE
train yon for high-salaried position in hotels,
ciobs, apartment I looses, tea rooms, cafeterias,
i Call for particulars. LEWIS HOTEL TBAIN
ING SCHOOLS. 1340 New York ave.
HAVE AN OPENING FOB SEVERAL BBAD
tv parlor operators In our newly formed
■ classes. Garden Bose Beauty Parlor, 1112 11.
24*
LINOTYPE AND PRINTING TAUGHT, - S3OO.
Linotype alone, S3OO. Barn SSO weekly. In
creasing demand. Call, write. Empire School.
1 206 K. 19th at.. New York. *
RADIO —Summer term on at greatly reduced
. rate* of tuition. Classes 5 nights in week 7
j to 0. Prepare for amateur or commercial
1 license. Enroll any time. Positions for
graduates. I-oomis Radio College. 405 9ih. 22*
i ~ DICTATION CLASSES.
Beginners* classes, Gregg and Graham-Pitt
, man Shorthand. Typewriting. Office Practice,
£nsint*s English. Civil Service Preparation.
; temple SCHOOL. 1416 K st. n.w.. M 3-258.
BEGINNERS LEARN FASHION DRAWING’
. and sketching in eight weeks; low tuition.
IJVINGSTONB ACADEMY,
i DESIGNING. DRESSMAKING. MILLINERY.
[ 804 17th St. Ft. 7475. 31*
Civil Service Examinations.
The patent qfflee needs 100 assistant exam
t iners. Exam., June 4 & 5; salary, sl,B®.
Sten. and typ. exam.. June 10; tuition, $5.
r Alsu special course for operative exam., June
1 IS; salary. $1,140 1o $1,500. Classes 5 dsys
t an( j nights each week. Home study course.
' $5. Special instruction on calculating ma
chines and statistics.
The Civil Service Preparatory School.
3. E, corner 12th and F n.w. Franklin 20SQ.
I Shorthand only, typing only, secretarial, and
CIVIL SERVICE
i preparatory, day or evening: rates. $8 to $24
r monthly; no advance payment. Small clasa
i groups' and individual instruction. riaases
now forming. Refs, required from all stn
i dents. Admission by written application only.
WASHINGTON SCHOOL
. FOB SECRETARIES,
. Mi Transportation Bldg., 17th and H Sts.
THE -EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MAT 20, 1924.
INSTRUCTION COURSES
Continued.
DRAFTING Mechanical,
architectural, topographic, etc..
taught day and night, all year ’round; lesm to
earn big money; start now; complete course in
3 to 9 months ( all. write or photic for our
latest catalog. Columbia School of Drafting,
14th ard T sts. Phone N. 272.
IT TAKES BUT A
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Yet that simple art has started more than
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Bank Accounting Typing
—Higher Accounting V, ■■ j.
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Also nearly 300 more home study technical
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Clip and mail this coupon Now.
Address
Employed by
Employees always pleased when I. C. S.
furnish trained help through our Students’
Service Division.
HELP—FEMALE.
CASHlEß—Excellent position for lady with
first-class reiyimmendalions. Apply S. Berks,
lonls Gold Co.. 1214 U st. n.w
CORNET FITTER, expert: guaranteed S3O
week Address Box 28-P, Star office.
HOSIERY SALESLADY—(.omI position: must
eome well recommended. Apply S. Berks.
Louis Gold Co., 1214 F st. n.w.
HOUSEKEEPER, white, in apartment hotel;
$75 per month, references. Wardman, 1430
K st.
LADY —Vacation or permanent position for
teacher or advanced stmient in educational
work: good salary for right party: rapid pro
motion. Address Box 234-K. star office
MARCEL WAVER—First class; steady post
tion. Emile. 1213 Oonn. are.
MARCKLLH WAVERSI (2). experienced; good
pay: call between 9 am., 1 p.m. 1710 30th
st. n.w. 21 •_
OPPORTUNITY to become associated with
one of the largest real estate selling forces in
Washington; thorosigb training given to in
experienced people and an expert furnished to
close deal while you are learning; car not
necessary. This moans SIO,OOO a year to the
right person. Apply 10 to 12 or 2 to 4 Mon
day or Tnesday. Ask for Director of Sales.
412 Evans bldg.
TYPISTS (accurate) to address envelopes. 30
cents per hundred. State experience fully.
Address Box MOT-P. Star office. •
TYPIST, expert, for ovening work. North
2106. room 501. between 7 and 8. •
TYPIST and office clerk; salary. sls a week.
Walter J. Proeter. 214 H st. n.w.
WRITERS to address envelopes. 30 cents per
hundred. Address Box 309 P. Star office. *
YOUNG LADY in select tea room. 5 to 7:30
p.m. daily, as hostess and cashier. Address
Box 272-P. Star office. 21*
YOUNG WOMEN FOB 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
of good character and references for position a
in hosiery, underwear, blouses, sweaters, wom
en’s and misses’ departments of a specialty
store. Address Box 20S-P. Star office.
HELP—DOMESTIC.
CLEANER, colored woman; tea room few hours
daily. 1424 Park rd. 21*
COLORED WOMAN for general housework.
cooking and laundry. 1236 Irving st. n.w. 22•
COLORED GIRL, general honoeworfc; stay
nights. 30 Girard n.e. North 1117. 29*
COOK, homework: neat; stay some nights;
reference; small family. Apt. 209, 1736 Col.
rd.
COOK, laundress: capable woman; four in
family; reference; good wages. 2610 Wocd
ley pi.
GENERAL HOUBHWORKKE—fieat, reliable
girl; reference required: stay nights. 1748
M st. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, cook and laundry;
family four: stay nights; sll. Call Bethesde
113-M. References. 22*
GENERAL HOUSEWORK—A settled colored
woman in country home; no washing: must l>e
good cook; references required. Phone Wood
side 75. 22*
GENERAL HOUSEWOHKER in apartment for
two; good cook; $45 a month; references.
1673 Colombia rd.. Apt. 600. •
GIRL, colored, for general housework, star
nights. Apply Hosiery Shop. 916 F st. n.w. •
GIRL for general housework in adult family”.
1464-A Girard st. n.w. 20*
GIRL, neat, reliable, for general
most hare reference. Phone Columbia 7453.
HOUSEKEEPER, mlddc-aged, white or col
ored. for family of two; small apartment;
state terms and requirements; references. Ad
dress Box 254-P. Star office. •
HOUSHMAID AND WAITRESS in smalflinv
ily, experienced and well recommended; col
ored woman who will stay at night. Call Pot
2863.
MAID, colored, general houseworker; must
be good cook; city references. 1813 Monroe
st. n.w. Adams 34. *
NURSE for 6-year-old boy. North 10204.
NURSE—Reliable colored girl over 20 to
nurse little girl: most have uniforms and ref
erences; only steady worker need applv. Call
Adams 2299. »
NURSE—Colored, experienced in raring for
children and willing to help in chamber work,
stay nights; city references as nurse required.
Apply Wednesday. Apt. CiOO-D, Wardman Park
Hotel.
NURSE—Reliable, settled colored woman; stav
night*: city: city reference required. Call
Cleveland 1051 or 5401 Conn, ave. 22*
WAITRESS, white girl, at once. The Allies
Case. 317 Pa. ave. n.w. *
WAlTßESS—Experienced. 1007 H st. n.e.
WAMAN. colored: stay nights: general house
work. cooking, in small family. Call Col.
479 or 2795 2Sth st. n.w. 21*
WOMAN, steady, to do housework. Hours.
8:30 to 3:30. Apt. 2. 1371 Irving n.w. 21*
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 16P-P. Star office. 80*
AUDITOR-BOOKKEEPER, desires employment
five hours per day. Fr. 537 L 22*
SITUATIONS—MALE.
Continued.
ArTO~MEfHAN IC. expert. all aroond, dealres
ixwltion, preferably with private concern: lb
years' experience; can handle foreman Job;
salary ommcnsurate with ability. Address
llox 206-I*. star office. 20*
BOOKKEEPER, eexperienced in large corpo
ration books, wants position; steady, with no
bad habits. 1.. L. Henderson, 006 I’enna. ave.
LJ_
KOOK KEEPER— I Ten years' commercial experl
en«v; thoroughly conversant office detail:
answers «oulidentia!. Address Hox 40-M, Star
office. *
KOY. young, colored, who can drive car, wants
job a round house. 957 Florida are.
BOY. colored, from country. desires light work
of some kind. 35 Patterson st. n.e.
CAItETAKEH or housework; reliable Jap
anese : good reference. 3718 14th p.w. 0
rAKI'KNTKH WORK—Young married man:
good steady worker. P. O. Box 117#, Wash
ington. I>. C. >l*
CHAWFKUB, I*2 years' experience, on auj
make: city and government ref. 1442 Swann
et. n.w. 21*
TOOK—Chinese family cook. 1920 New Hamp
shire are. n.w. 20*
( 111:PIT MAN. experienced, desires to make
change: hard, persistent worker. Address Box
294 M. Star office. •
DRAFTSMAN —Experienced mechanical or lop
ographiral. desires potion in Washington.
Add rets Box 27 fv- M. Star office. 23 •
FLOORS t:LF-\NEI>, by colored man; refer
ences. 1910 K n.w. 21 •
tiARDKN or lawn to rare for in spare time.
Address Box 209-P. Star office. •
GAKUKNR'K and chanfTeur. from country. will
loe«fi* with a gentleman or gentlewoman in
country near I>. C. Address Box IS6-P, Star
office. 21*
iIKI.i'KU IN LA KALE, nickel polisher or car
wisln r. by young man Phone Weat 2935. 20*
MAN, temporarily employed, nearbeer lunch
room. wishes steady position; mod. wages.
Address Box 103-P. Star office.
! MAN Strong, white; willing to work. What
; will you offer? Best references. Line 3435-J.
MAN wants small job carpenter.- work b/
day or by job. 1125 4th st. n.w. _
MAN. settled, white, tnisitiou of any kind.
Address Box 2.WP. Star
PAINTER, first class. drain** job work. Ad
dress Bux Star office, 20*
PIANIST, experienced. desires immediate cou
t>ecfiori with dance orchestra. Address Box
141 P. Star office. 20*
POSITION in Washington by first-class cutter
and i metical tailor; over 20 years' experience.
Address Box 261-P. Star office. 21*
SALES OR LABORATORY POSITION, by
college man with seven years’ research ex
perience at the hnreao of standards. Ad
dress Ko\ 242-P. £tar oftnre. 20*
SJ3CKRTAUY and correspondent desires con
nection; accustomed to initial handling and
taking charge, wide commercial experience;
six years British embassy; good stenographer.
Address Box 319 M. Star office. 21*
SENIOR ACorNTANT, experienced in public
accounting, income tax and office management.
Address Box 25H-P. Star office.
TYPIST. gt»od. wants position: long hours,
hard work and moderate pay desired. Address
Box ITS M. Star office.
UNIVERSITY GRADUATE, fair dm ft am an
and typist, desires position; patent work pre
ferred. Address Box 177-M, Star office.
WINDOWS CLEANED.’ 10 and 15 cents each.
Prt nk lin 4014. Mays. 20*
WORK on delivery wagon or grocery store
wagon; hoy. #34 New Hampshire ave. n.w. *
YOUNG LAWYER desires legal position. Ad
dress Box 195-P. Star office. 23*
YOUNG MAN, neat appearance, fair educa
tion, wants position with future to work for.
Address Box 266-P. Star office. •
YOUNL MAN, 28, 10 years* hotel experience,
desires position as steward or front clerk in
first-class European hotel or dob. Address
Box 207-P. Star office. •
YOUNL MAN, 2H. wonld like to make connec
tions: H years’ real estate experience: best of
references. Address Box 259-P, Star office. 21*
YOUNG MAN, 21. owning new machine, de
sires to learn ins!d<» or outside salesmanship:
straight salary. Address Box 264 P. Star office.
YOUNG MAN desires position as secretary: six
years experience. Address Box 343-M, Star
office. 23*
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
BOOKKEETING-A UDITIN G-—2O year*' expe
rience; will substitute. Main 9330. Braneh
802. «
CHAPERONE or companion, with references.
available at once. Address Box 187-P, Star
office.
CHILD not noder 4 years to take care es by
French teacher. Col. 168.
COLLECTOR or P. B. X. operator in garage.
Address Box 273-P. Star office. •
COMPANTON-NTJBSE to semi-invalid by lady
of refinement and ability; references. Col.
7R50.J.
DEMONSTRATOR, experienced, would like
whole or part-time work; any line. Address
Box 24b-P. Star office. 21 *
DRESSMAKER Experienced. wants stead v
job. Annie Eva ns. 1320 B at. n.e.
1 DRESSMAKlNG—Experienced, by day or at
home. Dine. 6633.
DRESSMAKING —Dresses, $5, 56. $8; remod
eling. N. 4696-W. 20*
DRESSMAKING—By A-l dressmaker; worlTby
da y. Phone North 2682. 21*
DRESSMAKlNG—Specializing in children’s
clothes; reasonable. 3407 Illinois ave, CoL
4259-J. 2Q»
NURSE, practical, wants cases; best refer
-1 ences. Potomac 2743.
NUBSB, practical, will care for invalid or
elderly person Col. 0531-W. 22*
1 OFFICE WORK. lady of leisure, fully experi
enced, wonld give two or three hoots a day
for sls a month. Miss Decker, West 1340. '*
PART-TIME WORK. Call West 2085. *
POSITION with photographer, by refined col
ored irirl, qualified for retouching. 1115 You
st. n.w. Phone North 10444. •
PRACTICAL NURSE will care for invalid, day
case. North 265-.1.
SECRETARY and expert stenographer^ - legal
and income tax experience, desires temporary
or permanent position. Address Box 355-P,
Star office. •
' STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST, expert; evening
work. coi. fiotia-w. , - an*
WAITRESS, experienced, colored, wants place
in Atlantic City for summer. Franklin 8490.
WOMAN. Intelligent, colored, wishes position
In store or office. 1708 Vermont ave. n.w. 20*
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
CHAMBERMAID or experienced cook; very
neat and clean. 1334 Q st. n.w. Phone
Franklin 9838. ___
CHEF—Colored, married; can take charge; ex
perienced in American. French and Italian
• rooking; economical and sober; will leave city
if necessary; seashore preferred. Potomac 56.
; COIiORED GIRLS, two. neat. North 10406.
1719_Seaton st. n.w.
I COLORED GIRL from country. Virginia'. - 16
yrg. old, wishes position as helper In small
• family. North 2695-J. 323 V st, n.w,
COOK, southern, first-class. Lula Barnes, 1616
Vermont ave. •
; COOK DINNER or clean apartments or part
time. 1414 Corcoran st. ,
COOK or maid, experienced woman; city
1 work, or to go away for summer; reference.
. Franklin 5923.
• COOKING and general work by reliable white
woman where she can have her 4-year-old
child with her; has long experience; excellent
references: stay or go home at night. Addreas
Box 30-P. Star office.
DAY’S WORK wonted by the day; reference.
1700 V st. n.w.
DAY’S WORK by colored woman; references.
1822 Fla, ave. n.w.
DAY WORK for Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday: reference. 1847 9th st. n.w.
DAY’S WORK wanted. 2318 L at., Washiag
ton. D. C. __
DAY’S WORK by colored woman; good refer
ence. Call North 6037-W. •_
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by aeat girl. N.
2408-W.
. GENERAL HOUSEWORK ia apt. by a reliable
colored gtri. 487 Delaware ave.
t GENERAL HOUSEWORK place; Stay sights.
Th*o sth st. A.W..
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
Continued. '
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, part or whole
time: young woman. 1822 Higgs pi. p.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK—CoIored girl wishes
place; will stay nights. Call at rear of 233
Kant Capitol.
GIRL want* general housework. 437 Frank-
st. n.w.
GIRL, colored. wanU place as nurse or house
worker. K st. n.w. 21 *
GIRL, colored, cleaning, Monday. Wednesday.
Friday or Saturday, in apt., whole or part
time; references. _ North 10096. • _
GIRL, reliable, half day or part day work;
reference. 1937 12th et. n.w.
GIRL. neat, colored, wants place as light
bougevrorker in very small family. Col. 3957. 0
GIRL wishes places as general houaeworker.
Apply 2320 Champlain at.. Apt. 5.
HOUSE GIRL—AII uroond. half grown. Call
1143 22nd st. n.w.
HOUSEWORK or maid, refined colored girl,
wishes position June Ist; summer away, Maine
preferred; can furnish first-clasa D. C. ref
erences. Write Miss Idella Duckett, 1843 N.
17th st . Philadelphia. Pa. •
HOUSEWORK OH LAUNDRESS, no Sundays;
reliable girl. 1219 Iftth st. n.w.
HOUSEWORK wanted by a colored woman;
stay nights; city reference. Frank.
HOUSEWORK or day work by reliable colored
woman. 1325 V st. n.w.
HOUSEWORK or part-time work. Call at
1812 4th Ht. n.w. 21*
LAUNDRESS— In private, by day or by week;
references. IS2R L st. n.w. 20*
LAUNDRY to do at home, by colored woman.
SM>7 11th n.w.
LAUNDRY WANTED, small, to take home.
Call at 3033 Sherman
LIGHT HOffsEWORK or nursemaid, white
woman; seashore for summer. Address Rox
288-P. star office. 21 •
MAID and day work, two experienced col
ored girls _ 908 V st. ji w 21 •
MORNING WORK by neat colored girl. North
3408 J.
PLACE TO GLEAN OFFICE or get dinners by
reliable colored woman; reference. 1422 T
st. n.w.
POSITION as housekeeper, small family. 1435
Fairmont st. n.w. 21 •
WANTED- First-class laundry to go out or to
take hom*v Apply 1614 Reeves st. n.w. •
WANTED hv laundress, several wnall washes
to be brongfit and called for. Call 616 Brd
st. aw. 0
WASH wanted by first-class laundress. 321
15th st. s.e.
WOMAN, German, wants general housework
by day nr half day. Adams 4093. •
WOMAN, colored, wants place as cook: down
stairs work only; stay nights; references: no
children; adults only. Cora Murray. 440 I st.
n.w. •
WOMAN, colored, wants general housework
or day’s work: reference. 1726 Seaton
WOMAN, colored, warn* day work, laundress
and 2117 Ward pi. n.w. •
WOMAN, neat colored, wants work with nice
people; no Sunday work; good reference; no
objection to children. Mrs. Fanny F. Brown,
1219 _H alf st. s.w.
WORK as mother helper or waitress, by col
ored girl. 4 L st. n.w.
WORK by competent, reliable, day worker.
Gol. 6048. 21*
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTIQUES, old glass. China, fnmitnrv, silver,
plate, brrsaes. srt objects. A. F. Arnold. 1323
G st. Main 8173.
CAMERAS, field glasses, shotguns, tools of
every kind; anything yon have to sell. Groce’s,
11th snd F n.w. Fhone Franklin 833 or postal.
CLOTHES—WiII pay highest prices ror ladles'
and men’s worn clothes. Write or phone D.
Bteta. 1806 7th st. n.w Phone North 499-
CLOTHING—Highest prices paid for men’s
and ladies clothing. J. Bernstein, 1526 7th st.
n.w. Pntnmso 2340.
CLOTHING—WiII call In my unlettered snto
n>obile. city or suburbs, snd pay you highest
prices for ladies', gentlemen’s, children's dis
carded clothing of ail descriptions. Addresa
postal or phone. I will call. W. Bice. 1332
7th st. n.w. North 1755.
• TyOTIIING—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 thia city.
It's onr oash-down. true offers. We oan use
all the men's worn clothing, shoes, etc., yon
have. Auto calls. Main 4145. Jnsth's Old
Stand. 619 P. ’
DIAMONDS, gold, stiver, platinran; all kinds
of jewelry bought for cash. Abe Abrahams,
433 9th st. n.w. Phone Main 5504.
DIAMONDS, old silver, boogfi r for cash.
Loots Abrahams. 815 G at. n.w.
DIAMONDS. Jewelry and old gold. cash. No
red tape. Alvin Hoffs, diamond broker. 818
F st. n.w., rooms 17 and 18. Main 6458.
FEATHER BEDS and furniture; boat price*
paid. Square Deal Furniture Co., 501 Eye at.
n.w. Phone Main 5636.
FUBNTTTRE. treed, bought for cash; also rage.
Call Adams 5432. 23*
FURNITURE —Will pay cash for some used
fnrnitnre and rags. Adams 3745. 21
FURNITURE of all kinds wanted: beet price*
paid. 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 yout noose bold
goods call S. Weisenherg and get best re
salts. Main 9275. 615 B st. a.w.
FURNITURE—If you have any fnrnitnre of
other goods to sell, and yon want to obtain
best results, send for Louis Notes. 421 10th
it. n.w. Phone Franklin 2015.
FURNITURE and household goods wanted.
Yon will feel satisfied with prices we pay.
3. Rndden. 416 10th st. n.w. M. 5881.
FURNITURE, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M.
1282 for wagon or hava ms call- ‘‘Weschler.’
920 Pa. ave. n.w.
FURNITURE—We boy Household fnrultnr*
and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor
age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D
ats. n.w. Main 6306,
FURNITURE—If yon want to obtain beat re
mits for yonr fnrnitnre and other miscel
laneous. call U. Shapiro, 600 Louisiana are.
n.w. Franklin 3785.
GOLD AND SILVER. All the old useless gold
and silver lying Idle in your possession. 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. Sellngar'a. 820 F it. ,
ENDS needed for rummage sale;
will boy miscellaneous household articles, dis
carded clothing, etc. Franklin 9065-W.
PIANO, must be a bargain for cash. 519
Mass ave. n.w.
SURF CASTING RE El,, free spool arrange
meut. Tel. North 5519-J.
FURNITURE—WHI buy some used furniture
by June 1; It most be reasonable; win pay
all cash; let me know whst you have; lowest
price.
Address Box 345-M. Star office. ZP
PERSONAL.
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY REDUCED.
Wonderful French method used for excellent
results. See Dr. Della Ledenderker. D.
1737 P st. n.w. Franklin 8849.
HAIR SPECIALIST, SCAM’ TREATMENT,
hair coloring, marcel, manicuring, facial,
shampooing. Formerly with Gustave. 144 U st.
s.e. Linc._ 563 for appointment.
I RECOMMEND MY ELECTROTHERAPY
and violet-lamp treatments, especially for ex
cess weight, lumbago, nenrltis. infantile
paralysis and run-down conditions. Phone
North 5197. Dr. M. MORRISON.
BLBCmiIO BATH. MASSAGE. FOR HXCRB
sive fat. nerve trouble, sleeplessness, rheuma
tism; graduate nnrse (colored). North 6935-J.
an*
WHOEVER NOTICED LADY WITH CHILD
falling, while stepping off car st Bth and Pa.
ave. 8.C., May 14. 10:80 to 11:30 s.ra.. kindly
communicate with 538 14th st. s.e. Line.
203-W. -
PHYSIdTHBRAPHY AND KLBCTKOTHtfU
apy scientifically given by a graduate: treat
ment by dltrs violet ray; excessive weight re
duced. For appointment phone Potomac 1447.
1611 Conn, ave. n.w.
WE ABE NOW PAYING «2 80 |lO FOR
men’s and ladles' used suits. Our prices for
eld clothing are ths biggest. Wash. Clothing
Exchange. Q> P at. u.w. Phone Main 837*.
auto and Furniture slip corau.
sedans, *15.60 up; coupes, $» up. Southern
Uph., 1207 oth n. w. Ft. 8360. Save this ad.
PERSONAL.
(Ton tinned.
JOHNSON BEST HOME
for aged, invalid and convalescent; night sad
day supervision. North 7963. 1724 2Qth n.w.
WILL TEACH YOU TO RB AN EXPERT
marcel waver and operator in all branches of
beauty culture. Classes now forming. Half
orlce.
Marell Beanty Shoppe. Llneojn 8047. *
RECOMMENDED SERVICE
The fnllnvrtng bust nete concert* smoran
ter ntiefaction to Star readers. Any com
plaint found necessary to be node to The
Star will receive: prompt attaUtrn. For
admission to Recommended Service Col-
vnn call Main snnu. Branch US.
ADVERTISING BY MAIL lOO mimeograph
letters, $1.25; multigraphing, typewriting,
etc. E, W. Emory, 902 District National
Bank bldg. Franklin 7143.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIRED, RBFlN
isbed and upholstered at the Boston Colonial
Antique Furniture Shop. 1707 7th st. n.w., at
reasonable prices. 20*
A NTS: "iIkDRUGS. ROACHES. RATS. ALL '
pests de.stroved; expert workmen. ACME EX
TERMINATING CO.. 506 9th n.w. Fr. 2766.
aT Wi BaWeRY AND RADIATOR EXPERTS!
Lamps, tanks, fenders: low prices. TUCKER
CO., 306 J. Marshall pi., so. rerun house F. 6426.
CAIU’ENTBR - AND BUILDER. Porches built,
inclosed and screened: general repair work of
all kinds. 11. JOHNSON. Call Main 6215. 23*
CARPETS and oriental rugs cleaned, repaired,
stored, at lowest charges. A. P. Rug Clean
ing Co West. Ulfi. 2304 Pa. ave. n.w.
CARPET CLEANING AND
Albert Kahlort Sc Co. clean your carpets and
rugs. Improved steam carpet cleaners. 352
Maryland ave. s.w. Phone Main 2036. Eati
mates cheerfully given.
CHAIRS CANED, upholstered, porch rockers
splinted. C. A. ARMSTRONG, 123:! 10th st.
n.w. Franklin 7483.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS: Garages 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. 0268.
ELBCTRic WIRING—LET US ESTIMATE
on your work. Fa Milicrixe yourself with our
method of wiring and installing fixtures in
your home. Call Main 2757 or visit our show
room. GOO. F. MILLER, 908 New York
ave. n.w.
ELECTRIC WIRING. House wiring and re
paring; good workmanship; moderate prices.
Write or phone for estimates Franklin
9250 W. WltfiON. 937 K st. n.w. •
ELECTRIC WlßlNG—Specialists in old-honse
wiring: estimates eheerfully 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, 908 10th st. n.w. F. 4891.
FIgiORS, old and new, planed, scraped and re
finished st reduced prices. RAYMOND OLI
VER. .511 13th st. s.e. Lincoln 7855. SO*
FIXIORS SCRAPED, CLEANED. REFINISHED,
new floors laid; more prompt service & lower
rates now. J, C. PRICE. 912 sth n.w Call
daytime Fr. 6524. Evenings Fr. 7563 W.
FURNITURE UPHOLST’d! KEPT): SLlP
covers made. Esl. cheerfully given. Returned
free. TITTENSOR. 14'24 Bth n.w N. 7702.
GENERAL HAULING AND MOVING, by care
ful. experienced men; local and long distance.
C. M. Dutcher. phone Lincoln 2960-W. 22*
HOUSE PAINTING; HIGH-CLASS WORK.
Dutch Boy lead and oils used exclusively, at
reasonable cost; references. R. MORAN. 216
John Marshall place. Phone Main 1731. 29*
HOUSE PAINTING. INTERIOR AND KXTB
rior. by skilled mechanics. Best references.
Paul Serene. 90S 10th st. mw. F. 4891. 25*
KEYS—DUPLICATE KEYS. 25 CENTS, made
while you wait. Turner & Clark. 1233 New
York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 3005.
lawn mower repairing: parts fub
trished. Don’t wait until spring. Tel. Fr.
7707. C. F. ARMIGF.R, 363 13th at. n.w.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS RENOVATED,
down comforts recovered; reasonable. North
10145. Ideal Bedding Co.. 1524 7th st. n.w.
MATTRESSES, pillows and box springs reno
vated and remade. Brass beds relacqnered.
GEORGE STEIN CO., 344 Pt. ave. n.w. Main
405.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS renovated at
most reasonable prices. Let us call, give esti
mate. Prompt deliveries and satisfaction as
sured Eagle Bedding Co.. 1123 7th st. n.w.
Main 7992.
PAINTING AND PARK RHANGING—ROOMS
papered. $5 and up; good workmanship. SAM
UEL TAMMARO. Columbia 7919-R. 28*
PAINTING—For better workmanship and beat
materials see the Metropolitan Decorating Co.
first. Jjowest prices and satisfaction guaran
teed 427 G st. n.w. Ft. HOP.
PAINTING TIME is here. Exterior hooaa
painting our specialty. Always glad to esti
mate. CAROW ft FRY. 1011 H »t O.W.
Main 1261.
PAPERHANGING—WaIIs scraped, pointed-np,
sized and papered: $lO up: work guaranteed.
G. K. Carr. 1520 Ist st, mw. 20*
PAPBRHANGING and painting, good and
qnick service; will call evenings with samples.
W. Chadwick. 1018 Donglas st. n.e. N. 7260.
PAPEEHANGTNG—Rooms papered, $8 and tip ;
first-class work. Tour own selection of paper.
J. EG DAL. North 1551. 33 Fla, ave. n.w. 22*
PAPKKHANGING—Rooms papered. $6 up;
show samples. J. A. Jones. 1714 4th st. n.w.
Fr. 9088. 22*
PAPKKHANGING—PromptIy; rooms. $6 up.
rut-out borders: satisfaction guar. A. H.
KAULFUSS. 701 3rd n.e. Line. 5103. 25*
PAPEKHANGING done: good work at mod
erate priees: prompt service. J. Bobbins.
Phone Potomac 294-W. 25*
PA PER HANGING AND PAINTING —Rooms
papered, $6 and np. A. T. GEORGE, 2627
11 th st. n.w. Phone Adams 5687.
'PAPERHANGING and painting, moderate
prices. 1428 Btb at. n.w. Pbooe Potomac
2172. C. C. Silence.
PAPERHAN6TNO. 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. Too
will never regret it. Write for estimates.
M. Miller. 1736 14th st. n.w. 20*
PAPBRHANGING—KeasontoIe prices; no de
lav; pood workmanship. Enterprise Deco
rating Co.. 1629 14th si. n.w. North 4061. 30*
PAPEKHANGING—ROOMS PAPERED IN Du
plex polychrome. $lO and np. J. R. SEARS,
639 New York ave. n.w. North 2030.
PAPERHANGING—Rooms, s7.ho and up: In
terior and exterior painting at lowest prices.
Metropolitan Dec. Co.. 427 G n.w. Ph. Fr. 800.
PIANO TUNING—Pianos and players re
paired, reflnlshed and rebuilt by skilled work
men. Piano toning. $2. Schaefer, Stnderaoa
Plano Co . 644 H st. n.e. Lincoln 1057.
P'LUMBING AND HEATING—John B. Guerin,
412 E. Cap. st.. Line. 3417—Steam and hot
water beating, plumbing, boiler and power
plants. Found reliable 'or 25 years. _____
PLUMBING AND TINNING. JOBBING 19
onr specialty. Quirk service in emergency
cases. When vou think of plnmblng think of
OAROW * FRY. 1011 H st. n.w. Main 128 L
REF'KIGEHATOR REPAIRING. TINNING
and roofing. Let me repair yonr old refrigera
lor. Call Main 7610. 803 9th n.w.. nesr H.
WINDOW SHADES, AND SCREENS made to
order. Free estimates. PEARSON i THOMP
SON. 711 G st. n.e. Lincoln 6268, 12*
WINDOW" SHADES - and screens made to order.
Free estimates. J. M. BUTLER ft SON. 4006
Ist st. s.e. Lincoln 6968-J.
WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—Good quality
opaqne shades fitted to yonr windows. S6c;
the best quality of opaqne shades. $1.15: hung
free. We will call with samples. KLKE
BLATT. 11th and H sts. n.e. Lincoln 879.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
The Star requires from advertisers
In this column references and a de
tailed statement of their propositions.
DELICATESSEN. lunch, soda fountain, cigars,
confectionery; doing good business: low rent;
lease. Reasonable price. Col. 4525. 24*
FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE for - sale;
17 rooms, all occupied. Good southwest loca
tion. Rent. SSO. Profit. $145 month. Leased
for two years. Address Box 339 M, Star
office. 10*
CASH AND CARRY HEAT MARKET, with
large business, at car stop; owner retiring.
Address Box 288-P. Star office. 22*
OWNER WILL SELL at bargain price tiro
shares preferred and six shares common Di
Georgio Fruit Oorp. Call Franklin 8369 after
6 p.m. 21*
GROCERY Busman, near apartments, for
■ala. Bargain to gnlek bom- 1614 aiat^.w.
MISCELLANEO ITS.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
ContißDed.
WASHINGTON MANUFACTURING Corpora
tion has opening for a man with executive
ability; position profitable: investment re
quired. this protected. Address Hoi 291 T.
Star office. *
BOWUNC ALLEYS AND CIGARS—Best n.w.
location', good ieaiie; established business:
owner has other business ami will sell one
third cost; $1,100; terms. Address Boa 300-P.
Star office. 21*
'UCNOTROOM FOR RENT—Open, now”dome
good business: everything complete; steam
table; near car barn. Apply to 617 Newton
al.n. w 22*
WILL aacriflee 12-room rooming house and
garage, fine for dining room, reasonable lent.
Party leaving city. Inquire 463 G st. n.w.
22*
OONGBNIAL PARTNER WANTED as helper
in fine paying business; easily learned; good
salary to start. Small investment and your
services. Permanent. Smith's, 318 Brownley
bldg. •
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS to complete
model, etc., for new invention, used by nst.
and savings banks. Opportunity for satisfactory
pa rtr. addreas 80x_263-i?_S ra r office. • _
SPHENOID PAYING little business. SSOO. Any
one can handle. Experience not necessary.
Owner alone, needs help. Real money maker.
Smith's. 1304 F at.. Room 31S. • _
TAXI BUSINESS FOR SALE—Good north
west section; fine opportunity for expansion;
sell for cost of cars. Address Box 279 M. Star
office. 2] •
FOR SAI-K BY OWNER—First commercial
zone, where values are increasing, contains 5
apts., ran be remodeled Into 2 stores. Apply
1406 Girard at. n.w. *
CLEANING. PRBSSING. DYEING BUSINESS,
downtown; price reaaonable. Address Box
238-P. Star office.
SHOE REPAIR SHOP—Good location, clieap
rent; cheap to quick buyer. Pail Lincoln
4128. 21 •
MILLINERY BUSINESS—N. W.. cheap rent.
Address Box 347-P. Star office. 22*
MULTIGBAPFIING and printing business,
fully equipped, now doing better than *2OO
monthly net: 52.0110 cash. Address Box 147-P.
Btar office.
DELICATESSEN STORE for sale; half ca*h;
easy terms. 3718 14th n.w. •
MCLTIGHAPH OFFICE—Wei! paying estab
lishmenl: owner leaving c-ty Main 5912. •
HOUSEFURMSHINGS and hardware store;
good location. Unrein 8631-W. 20*
TiEUCATHiSF/N—Very cheap. Inquire at
once. Col. 9836. 26*
MEAT AND VEGETABLE MARKET in down
town section, doing good business; good reaso* :
for wanting to sell: if interested, give name ;
and address. Address Box 151-M, Star office..
2D* R
PAPER SHKU, PECAN GROVE. 5 acres. 100
trees, in Georgia; 6 years old: will sacrifice
for quick sale. For particulars phone Col.
10478.
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS—
Complete line of merchandise, well stocked,
corner store: long lease; old established busi
ness that will show big receipts: owner will ;
sell for cash or exchange for equity in town |
business property. See LLOYD R. TURNER, I
WOO 7th st. s.w. 20* I
Marshall Business Brokers, j
Rooming house, near 9th and Mass, arc.; 16
rooms. 3 baths; real bny for $1,500.
Rooming house. 11 rooms; price, $850; easy
terms.
Boarding and rooming house, 19 rooms. 5
baths: downtown location: price right.
Rooming house: electricity; 11 rooms; good
furniture; price, SBOO.
Grocery and delicatessen; old established;
rent. $65; 5-year lease: asking price, $4,500.
Grocery, vegetables and meats; near apart
ment houses, downtown; rent, $55. lease; price,
$1,500.
Confectionery, groceries and soft drinks: on
good corner; two-year lease: rent, $35; price,
$325.
Cigar store, also suitable for fruits, at live
suburban car stop; rent, S2O; half price at
$450.
Beauty parlor, in heart of shopping district:
doing fine business; rent. S7O: sacrifice for
$2,700.
Gas station, accessories, batteries, wash
stand: well stocked: one of best places in city
for $10,000; rent reasonable; lease.
Beauty parlor, in business section; valuable
fixtures: splendid business: less than half price
at $1,500.
See us to buy or sell and save time and
money.
Marshall Business Brokers,
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTIQUES, oil paintings, water colors, im
ported vases. 25c to $2; fine violin, bow and
case, sls; iot of odds and ends: tmwt be sold.
All week. 2544 17th, near Col. rd. Adams
5635.
ARMY HARNESS, with breeching and leather
traoes, new, for 2 horse*. S3B: saddles, $5;
double-rein bridles. $2: collars. $1.26 up: used
double and tingle plow, wagon and cart har
ness, ooe-balf price. Cogswell's. 220 lltb
st. n.w.
BABY CARRIAGE, dark blue; sls. North
2834.
BABY CARRIAGE, large reed; cost $57; will
sell reasonable; also baby play pen. 3320 N
st. n.w.
BABY CARRIAGE. Lloyd make, perfect condi
tion: large, blue reed; after 5 p.m. 4225 Btb
st. n.w. *
BABY CARRIAGE. Sidwiy; excellent condi
tion ; $5. No. 2. 17th st. s.e.. Apt. 5. »
BABY CARRIAGE, white reversible; cheap.
Apt. 2. 1336 Col. rd. n.w. Before 3. after 6.
o*i #
BAKER S revolving six-shelf gas ovens, with
electric motors; first-class condition; pans,
troughs, etc.; seized for debt: one-foorth val
ue. 51. h. Horner, phone 600. or 731, Alex
andria. Va. 22*
BASKETS, butter and lard tubs, egg crates,
barrels, etc. See Mr. Rcbotanus. The Great
A. A P. Tea Co.. SOI Planning pi. n.e.
BEDROOM SUITE, beautiful French walnut
with large vanity, spring, mattress, chifforobe
and how end bed: cheap. 1731 Conn, ave. 22*
BICYCLE, new, for sale; cheap. Call 5:30
p.m. 1902 6th n.w.
BOAT, excellent 40-foot Navy hull; like new;
would make ideal yacht or work boat; practi
cally new; now in Washington; S4OO cash.
Call Franklin 4567. *
BRICK—We are in a position to deliver brick
to yonr Job at cheap price. See our superin
tendent on the job at 14th and O. Federal
American Bank bldg. The Sidney L. Heck-
Inger Boose wrecking Co.
BUFFET and dining table, solid oak; also sew
ing _rnachine ; _Ad(ims_244o.
BUILDING MATERIAL salvaged from our
many wrecking opera tines, together with im
mense pmrhaaea of surplus stock, enable us
to save you money—New doors, stock sizes,
$3 and $3.25; saah, new, 6 light, $1 each;
brand-new wall board. 8c per aq. ft,; new fire
proof rockbosrd. 3V4c per sq. ft.; roofing,
“Capitol,” manufactured by Certain-teed Co.,
new I-ply. $1.25; 2-ply. sl-75; 3-ply. $2,25.
Certain-teed Co-'a shingles, four In one. new.
per square, $5.00. Brick. lumber, new toilet
outfits, sinks, bathtubs and furnaces. New
bathroom outfit. $55. At bargain prices, car
load of screens, purchased from a southern
ramp. THE SIDNEY L. HBCHINGER HOUSE
WRECKING CO.. Camp Meigs. sth and Fls.
sve. n.e.; main office. 6fh and C sts. s.w.
Salesmen at both offices until 5:30 p.m. Onr
guarantee: "Money heck If you want It.”
COLUMBIA OWNERS —Great sacrifice on all
Colombia parts for all models. Lexington,
1333 14th st. n.w. Phone Main 4094 . 24*
COUCH, dropside. iron, nearly new; sell cheapT
Call mornings. 1448 Spring pi. n.w.
COUNTER. 1: 2 small safes. 1 large safe. 2
combination wall cabinet and closets, 1 cash
ier’s rage, 1 bookkeeper's desk. 1 polishing ma
chine. 1 melting Inroarf and bellows, 1 lot of
shelving. Apply 361 Pa. sve. n.w. 20*
COUNTERPANE, blue snd white, bend woven;
century old: perfect condition. Call after
noons. 1917 K st. n.w. 23*
DESK, oak. fist-top. sanitary: also typewriter
desk: American radiator boiler; cheap. Adams
4779. 20*
DINING ROOM SET, S pieces. Jacobean oai:
practically new, 144 lltli st. n.e. Line. 6860-J.
DINING ROOM SUITE, beautiful: library
table, kitchen tabic: clieap to quick buyer.
1436 B s.e. 21*
DINING ROOM SUITE, newest idea In apart
ment size suite, mahogany. $125; also handsome
walnut table and six chairs. 1731 Conn. ave.
ENGINES, lot of gasoline; suitable for boot*;
reasonable; Btuts. Dodge, etc., complete with
stsrUrs. generators. Edgar Baum, 812 6th st.
B.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
Continued.
K.NGLIBH SADDLES (imported). leather
!■ n w.* n,4,r er-ni*t stirrup*. $25 up; bridles,
double run, never rust bits. complete, $5 up.
Cogswell ». cor. 11th ant* C sts. n.w.
* ,o< ‘ uir » I*aiare Kinp. verr ohenp.
*hV» 1 4tn st. n.e. k •
FCRNISHINGP six-room apt.. 1412 i ap
'’....J' “* * or>rn f° r Inspection Thurnfia'.
Ma.v «L, lirlw.fn hour* 4jf ;♦ :;<> u m. and 7 f> w
FrRNITT’HE. mission library table, mahojr.mv
bed davenport (tapestry»; ov.-llent i-omlit:■»».
511 East Clifton f.*p**nre.
I* ITHMTLUh lied room and living room suiir -
table?*. f-hair>. etr*.; re-wmablr• oxl2 Wih. «
7H9IVl $40; * niiqw ' fable. .d.
PURNITFRC and rugs: open to |0 p,it» da
to afford you the opportunity to look over « ,«•
best line of lieu and ij-e.i bedroom. d»i» •,.■
room, living rooni «la\r*np«»rl suites arid
odd dresser;-. chiffonier*. vanities. ii
robes, ehairs. tal»Vs. lamp'. .'lav u
single and double bed*. and matin - < -
•»f all kind In the eity Vs, man et .
where. The I’.a’-jrain Ib.i; l'i;,., v. Jfjph
n.w. Adams .1.
PCRNm-RK- Great sa* rili t able po~.<
lain top. ss.<ks; bra*-- bed -t,ring ami r-f
tress, dress. r< «*liiff.*ril«*r arid *hifTore
* liiria elowt. buffet, dining ;<* tn table. , ■ »
raek. Englander eotndi. da\. niN.rt ui’ii n-
dropleaf table. 1 kitchen • ; rs
frigerafor. #>|s K si, ri u
rrUMTI UE of :i rmmi apt for > 8 o r ,. nT c
lv loejited. t all < 1. 4197 \V. k f,, 00.
FCRNITt KE White “Tnm U*.f . ffonu
kitrhen table, refrigerator, st?**.. g... :
tion; $45. 3634 llth st. r. w < . - j •
rURNIfCRE All this week we
breaking ail rei-ords of prices on n ),i r ipr.vj .
new or used lied room, living r.K.n; . dn n •
room suite. dre-ner. vanity «d fforo 1 .. rhr ~
of drawers, chiffonier, twin beds, t p ~. p r>f | v
single beds. .-ois and . ou.d e- ■ ibi
beds of all kinds, all new n.aitresse*. gr.p g
tables. Windsor fl.airs nnf| rockers da. r .r*or»
and (.bran tables, small tables «nd s'ands*.
mahogany, old ivory and walnut bed*- oni
suites, eane ba< k davenport suite, ov. -m .j,- >
Jiving room miles. * !;airs of ail i, v i fir
kitchen ««binet. new kitchen * - » ; a s c ?|> ,
each: secretary’s desks and t»ookra
A full line of por'd* p?e«*»*>. r.w k<t- ; r *
srtte«*s and tables for ! lie * onag ♦ -
mahogany table, bed and 2 rhj *». tr r***
<*hina closets, tables, chairs and odd j >n •
dining room furniture, dmperinr,
tables and couch rovers, kit. hen drop*- h **;•
bles, wicker pieces, chairs. ro» k«-rs and •■)*>
mahogany dining table. 6 chain*. orersmlTe \
davenport, blue velour, new. $09.50 u
mgs. ballrark and boor lamps. 100 r u - |
pieces am! Any car
Rargain llcwiKe, Iwth1 w th and Columbia road v
55 ISth n.w _ Adorns .I
FURNITTTIIE for five-room apartmen*.
eluding piano and several antique pores ra
Col. 8071 W.
FT KN ITT* UK. 3 jwmple it Ting room fui r e*.
mohair and velour and odd p.eceii, I>e: w
big bargain. New York L’pbolstering ( o 61**
]' st. n.w.
PURNITL'RE— Must move storage warrrocir.s. 9
will sacrifice fine mahogany pierep. , * •
drawers. <‘ard. library, sewing, dining
ronaulc tables: dining room unites, chii.a cab
nets, bookcases, sofaa; all colonial ant o e
and reproductions. A. V. Arnold, 1323 O m
n.w.
II H.NJTT’KII Hird* V4* be-Iro<vm suite.
overstuffed settee. 2 chairs, S7O: 7-pieco «ak
dining room suite. $25; fine condition: $125 ma
hogany victrola w;U; re.-ords, $75; oak burn
sl2. Cp]. pi i i w
I URNITURB Dining room; table - buffet. •;
ehairs. mahogany : kO-lt>. ice box: all in
lent condition. Apt. 111, Wardman Park Ar
Phf-rw? Uni. 4711
II RXITCHK—i man < ash. Sjwcial tdaennut
for casii. Save money. Buy at Hop wood’s -
6th and K sts.
GAS RANGES—New and fhehtly used »1!
size*; [ess Ilian half price, Whv pav mo-”
Every range guarantee,! j vv Williams
699 6th Kt n.w. Main 2986. mj>.
GAS RANGES—Thai's col all—quality tn I
prices best seaf fires; good cabinet and elev:!'-
ed: need cleaning: ehoiee. $5,50, delivered
new and others f,2R G si. n.w. 22*
GAS WATER HEATERS- Brand-new -,r l
guaranteed; 20-f* double copper coil, $9. 2‘
ft. double copper coil. $10,50. SIDNEY
HECHINGER CO., Camp Meigs. sth and F1...
are. n.e. Main office. 6ih and C sta. s.u
Both effiees open until 5:30 p.m.
GENUINE human hair switches; sl2 value
$6: gray hair switches. $-; hair work at low
eat prices, no!. 5803
1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Kv
- .*'!■ t*.e.. between 5 and *1 n.m, 22*
ICE BOX. fine sectional, fifteen Tong, e gh
.deep; suited lintel, rnirket; cost SSOO: soil
$l5O. W. 1 . Xash.l22 M •
Invalid s outdoor chair, unnsnaiiv
built and eomfnrtaMe. Address Box 251 i'.
Star office. .
JACKETS, second-hand, for 10-year boy, liar: .-
Downing, general delivery, eity,
| KITCHEN SINK. ;i tin. and parlor man; !
with mirror. 1315 I> st. n.e.
j LIVING KiiuM SUITE, handsome cut ve* - :
reversible cusliiors. best spring construe!r-r
i mah. davenport table: . heap. 1731 Conn, a •
| MEAT COUNTER, marble top with tile fro;
S feet long; geiod condition; cheap. F. \
Dodge A- i!r<>., 3620 14(li st. 22*
MIMEOGRAPH, rotospeed steneii. praettcaiT'
new. 1.000 copies per hour: cost $48.50; se'.i
for S3O. A. B. Fife-, 2030 1’ st. n.w . •
DAK BUREAUS. $5; ls.'ds c inplete, $.5, daven
port. $10; Morris chair. i.-‘; washstands $;
IJjt C st. n.w. op.
OFFICE FURNITURE, complete 'Targe off e'.
single piece, suite or entire lot at great bargain
to quirk purchaser. Caii Wednesday. 12 tn 2
p.m. or 4 to 6 p.m. at Room 402. Lenox offie”
bidg_ 16th and L n.w.
OFFICE FURNTTUItE for sale; new tvp.
writer desdi. file cabinet and doetrment eab ; -
nets, typewriter ehairs, table, addressograps
carpet, elec. fan. chairs. Room 802. 917 15 s
OFFICE FURnTtUrTy it and flat-t-r. d- ? k...
cha;rs, tables, iron safe. 219 Ruud i>ldg •
OIL STOVE. “New Perfect lon. ,r Tbnrner
good condition. 924 Pa. ave, n.w. »2*
PARLOR SCITE. 5 pieces; parior couch, !hr■ .
quarter lied, spring nud mattress «-H.
enamel. $10: wa«lt stands. roek»rs. liahv .-a-».
$5; enamel, white baby crib. $5: bureau chif
fonier. 1115 R. I. ave. nw. North 7211, 21“
PAlNT—Wrathershieid house paint, roanufae
fared by Certain-teed Company, white and
other colors. *2.25 per gailon SIDN! '■*
HBCHINGER CO,, Camp Meigs. sth and Fla
ave. n.e. Main office. 6th and C sts. sw.
Salesmen at both offices until 5:30 p.m.
PIANO, mahogany upright. Shoninger. star
ard; practically new; excellent condition, tea
tiful tone; valne. $500; sacrifice for $275. 2.'Si
Delafieid pi. n.w. (Saul's Addition'. Adam
2.569. f. j! •
PlANO—Concert grand, rosewood. Knabe, r
great bargain; while it is not new. it is
perfect condition for music lovers; price. $37
Piano, upright. Werner, eannot be told from
now; price, $165. Piano-player, nearly new
price, $350. Terms oau !>o arranged. Ap? c
H. S. Plager, care of Fidelity Storage Co
1420 r St.
PIANO, perfect condition; must he sold
once. $75. 519 Mass sve n.w,
PIANO, upright, in very good condition; cheau.
Col. 712. A pi. 701. after 6 p.m. 21 *
PlANO—Weber upright: excellent cond :
$125: mgs and lamps. 1764 K st. n.w. JM’
PIANO. Vose mahogany cabinet grand. !302
Prospect ave. 22*
PIANO, grand. s29s: very good tone easy
terms if desired. 227 Pa are sonttieast.
PIANO. Steinway upright: like new. a; sa<
rifiee: also StieJT player piano, $345. A. F.
Arnold. 1323 G st. n w.
PIANO. Steinway, mahogany upright: will
sacrifice for quick sale; can arrange terms
Mr. Edwards. 227 Pa, ave. sontheast
PIANO. Knabe upright. $295; fine ton. beau
tiful mahogany case. The Piano Shop. 227 Pa.
ave. southeast.
PIANO BARGAINS—SteTnway. lit- n-w. *425:
Beckwith. $285. cost $450: [.yon & ib-air up
right, now reduced from ssou to $390; Hrari
bury upright, slightly used. $390; *6O. Grand,
slightly used, $475. Hugo Worth. 1110 G.
Est. 1879.
PIANOS. Chiekering; no reasonable oife; re
fused. 617 F n.w. *
PLAYER-PIANO, perfect condition. *200: o«t
$7fK). 519 Mass, ave. n.w.
PLAYER, mahogany. $295 : 25 roils of music:
mechanism first class and beautiful tone. . isy
terms. 227 Pa. ave. sontheast.
POOL TABLE, complete, 4xß. $45; 32 >'■ at.
n.w. 21*
PORCH or sun parlor suite, genuine reed. s*o;
leaving city. Evenings. 1321 19 iraont -t.
n.w.. Apartment 32. *
REFRIGERATOR. McCray. 219-Ib. ice eapae
ity; fine order. 69 V st. n.w. _ ?2?"
REFRIGERATOR, in fine condition; top i er:
50-lb. capacity. 5509 9th st. n.w. (Vinmhia
9477 -W. 22*
RUGS, four royal Turkish. )11 fi x? id : <2t
3’xs’; (1) 83**3 ft.: iot, $65. Pho:.e T’ototnac
1900. Apt. 340: evenings. __ *
SAXOPHONE, C-meiody. silver with geld Ik-11 ;
never used: will sell cheap. 1505 Irr;ng si *
Adams 2016. _
SAXOPHONE, t'-meiodv. t’-onn insfrumenf. itt
fine condition, S6O. 928 Ingraham >t. n.w.
Coi. 977. Call before 8 o'clock. *
SEWING MACHINES—Stager drophead. sl9;
Wilcox A Gibbs, S2O; Western Electric Port
able, $29: other makes from $8 to $35. Rea'-
ing. repairing. Ail machines guaranteed. Cap
ital Sewing Machine Exchange. 43 H n.w.
Franklin 3778. 20*
SEWING MACHINES—D. h. Singer. sls; New
Home, sls; Standard. sls; New Ideal. $10;
athera at $6: all guaranteed. New machine*
$3 per month. Renting and repairing Open
evenings. S. E. Singer Shop, 313 Pa. ave
a.e. Lincoln 275.
SEWING MACHINE. Singer drophead, rorpil
hobhin; bargain. 918 23rd si. n w
SEWING MACHINE. Singer 6H U used ;
months. 5 year guar . SSO; S 3 uiunih. Coi.
4959-J. 22*
SHAWf/. black enihroidcr-'d rmpe shawl witi,
dtuqi silk fringe. (V, 7sufi.l. •
SH()K SHINE STANDS; three; cheap. Ileii
man. Vendome Hotel, ttnl and Pa. jig 21 •
STEAM RADIATORS—B. SRolft. rating; one
round cast-iron steam toiler, 700 ft.: in good
condition; all for $125. A bargain. Apply*
Walter .Pierpoint. 116 S. Patrick st., Alex.'
Va. 39*
STORE FIXTURES, selling out tire and acres
series, racks, electric fixtures, shelving; most
$o bjr Joss L 1806 IlUx. •

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