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HEXP AND SITUATIONS.
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AUTO MECHANIC, first daw: •!*» ■£
helper. Apply 1638 L et. Lw.» §®c
rmd flpor. _.
mix CLERK—Young maa: maM writ* jI 0 ?*
hind, girt reference. Addraaa Bo* 2SB-A,
liter office--
BOOKKEEPER—Good position for
men; future ensured. Answer with perOeu
lere. Address Box 167-A. Star omee.
HOT—Stroac colored; $lO week: one not afraid
.of doer. Dr. Locke. 3m *4tb »*■
BOX. white, to carry morning newspaper
rout*. Apply yo. 33. 1828 X. H. ITt.
BOYS for errand work; steady work eU sum
mer. Apply 13)1 G at. n.w.. room «BL
BOY (white). cepebie. to help in drug store
end permit to drive atnali truck. Apply
Voodi' Drug Stftri*. Conn. >ti». tod
EOT, whit*. acquainted with hitter? bw
sen. to drive Ford; pood for ad*
Ttncwnfpt. 310 Pa. arc, n.w.
BRICKLAYERS —Ten. union. K at. o.*- be
tween 13th and 14th. _______
m WASHER. See Mr. Bernhardt. Corby
Baking Co.
< HACFFEDR. colored; drive Podge; short
hours; *6O month. Apply Mrs. Thorne. Apt.
40. Keneanw. 16th and Irving.
COLLEGE STUDENT, opportunity for two,
ace 17110, preferably chum*, to Bake working
trip to Europe; must be able to furninh •rat
class references; also doctor’s certificate of
robust health. Particular* address Box .'6-X,
Star office. *”
DAIRYMEN, two. rood, at one*; good koaae
and good wages. Apply at Mo «tb a.WS
DRIVER for laundry route. Apply BJrfy
Taundry Co.. 14ih end R st*. s.a. ■”* .
DRIVERS—Bakery wagon; reliable, expert
encpd; commission hssis; fnaraartood per
week Address Box 171-A. Star office.
ENGINEER, steam, second claas: roust k* good
machinist. Apply Latnond Sewer p *PU„ w orV*.
T.amond station. T>. C. Phon* Col. 3672.
FURNITURE HAN DEERS. 3. white experi
enced; must have reference. Apply Mr. Dog
-820 K st. n.-NV. .
GARDENER wanted on auburbjn place; rood
room and board furnished and S4O per month.
References. Address Box 2&2-A. Star office.
GENERAL mLJTY. suburban place, near
town, references. Tel. I larendon lo
JANITOR, thoroughly experienced, for medi
um size apartment bouse; must know hla
business, have reference and be handy man.
Address Box 236-A. Star office.
JUNTOR DRUG CLERK for night -(fork, no
phone calls answered. Wardraan Park Pnar
macy. Conn, ave. and Woodley rd. |
PAINTER" all-around, wanted; experienced
3804 Georgia ave. n.w. .
man, middle aged, who can do odd jobs;
small painting, glazing, small carpentering,
etc. and make himself useful In hardware
store; salary. *6O mo. N, 1345. 5509 1-th
st. n.e.. Rrookland.
SIAN—If vou are a college student preparing
for medicine, dentistry, law or engineering
and you want lo learnt to sell your service,
summer position offers exceptional opportunity
in educational saleswcwk: *373 for *8 days
and bonus. Address Box 134-T. Star office.
MAN—Colored, reliable, to work around fur
niture sfore and drive Ftord ear: willing work
er; no others need apply. S. Weisenberg. 615
F. _ n.w.
M AN—Young, married, wanted with delivery
and salesmanship experience; must he ac
quainted with city and able to operate car;
permanent position: good salary. Address Box
164 -A. Star office.
MAN to Clean out dug wells. Apply after 5.
TV. G. Binnix. 424 Ist st. s.e.
MAN. colored; strong, young: willing to work;
steady position. The Vogue, Cleaners, 14tU
and Spring rd. n.w.
MEAT CUTTER, experienced. Apply Stand
86. Arcade market.
MEN. three, for sales work with a large elec
trical appliance corporation; muat be neat,
clean cut and ambitious; wonderful opportu
nifv for the future. Apply 3 to 6 p m.. Boom
212 Insurance bldg. ___
MEN who are interested in a future for them
selves should call at 307 Merchants’ Bank
bldg., between 8 and 5 p.m. Sec Mr. Pidell
or Mr. Wagner. —*
MEN two; large insurance office has opening
for two men Onn make S3O per week to
start. Experience unnecessary. Apply Mr.
Roth, 700 Bond bldg., before 9;SO n.m. or
after 4:80 p m
MEN—Are you the roan? Do you want to go
in business for yourself? We pay office
rent, clerical help, etc.: all you make is
yours from the start; requirements, over 21
years of age, must be able to finance your
self for first three months. If you qualify
at that time, will give financial assistance
if neceasary. Our men average over *3.000
a year. Address Box 65-A. Star office.
PAINTERS, good hands. Apply before 8
o’clock. Address Box 231-.A. Star office. *
PAPERHANGEBS Firat cits*. Maryland
Decorating Co.. 1255 9th at. Mata 8728. *
PHARMACIST, registered; gi»* reference*.
Address Box 256-A. Star office. 19*
PHARMACIST wanted immediately. Call
Line. 691.
PRESSER Colored; piecework. Apply H.
Sherman. 407 Bth at. a.e.
PRESSER on men’s clothes; white maa. E. H.
Snyder & Co., 1411 G n.w, 18*
PRESSER wanted. A-l. on Hoffman rniT
chines; good job and good wages. Apply 2373
Rhode Island ave. n e.
PRESSER. experienced oo Hoffman machine,
at once. 2900 Ga ave. n.w. IB*
PRESSERS (twol on Hoffman machine*; one
who can do pleating. Apply ready for work,
t armac Dry Cleaning Co.. 1120 Queen at. n.e.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST, tor relief work.
Address Box 49X. Star office.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST wanted; must
be good on prescription work. Address, stating
age and references. Box 166 A, Star office.
SALESLADY —Refined i capable woman; good '
salary and commission. Opportunity to learn
business, grow in it. Address Box 140-T, Star
office.
SALESMAN, bouse to houae. to represent
American Magazine publishers. Own exclu
sive offer pay on delivery plan: salary tod
commission. 900. 1317 F st. n.w.
8 ALLS MAN to take charge of outside sales
force; preferably one who has had experience
in handling house-to-house solicitors. Perma
nent position with excellent chance for ad
vancement for man who makes good. Salary
end bonus. Apply Mr. Ready. 308 Bond bldg.
SALESMAN for retail store, with knowledge
of bookkeeping. 822 13th at. n.w.
8A LESM AN with car for automotive tool* and
equipment; muat know practical tide. 1720
14(h st. n.w.
SALESMAN now calling on retail grocer*.
Require good character and sale* ability;
salary and bonus; strictly permanent: mail
particular.-, age. present and previous posi
tions; confidential. Manufacturer, 105 South
st.. Baltimore.
SALESMEN—Ford ctra: liberal commisaien to
producers, see Mr. Cranmer, Robey Motor
Go.. 1429 L n.w.
SALESMEN—We need one experienced salea
msn for Ford car; aiao one tractor talesman:
exceptionally liberal proposition. Remtchel
Motor Co., 113 North St. Asaph sL, Alexan
dria. Va.
SERVICES of a retired Navy yeoman or
Marine Corps clerk; permanent position for
right party. Address, giving service record
and experience in clerical line, with age and
ra n se_of_retirement. Box 242-A. Star office. •
SHOE SALESMEN Csi for Saturday*: extra
good pay to right men. Apply at once 3207
M st. Tolstoi’s Underselling Store. •
SHOE SALESMEN. 25, experienced men. both
steady and extra. Call Traveler Shot, 1507
V st. n.w. 18*
SODA DISPENSER for night work and Sun
day; no phone calls answered. Wardman Park
Pharmacy. Conn, ave. and Woodley rd.
TAILOR wanted. Apply B. Sherman, 407 Bth
st. s.e. •
TEACHER—Gentleman desires private in
struction at his home in Spanish; yonn* Porto
Rican or young Filipino preferred: state terma;
instructions twice weekly, ooe-faour lessons.
Address Box 209-A. friar office. 18*
TRUCK DRIVER, white, experienced, to ban.
die furniture van: must have best of refer
<• nce. Apply Mr. Doggett. 820 E st. n.w.
WANTED—3 men with retail sales experi
ence. Call Main 1179 for appointment, be
i ween 4 and 6 p.m.
YOUNG MAN with high school education to
learn ■■ and 10 cent business: bring references.
Apply Thursday. S a.m., J. G. McCrorey Co.,
414 7th st. n.w.
YOUNG MAN (not over 19) lo learn shoe
business. 843 Pa. ave. n.w. *
YOUNG MAN to wash bottles, by Northwest
ern Bottling Company. Call for Mr. Feat, 1901
*t n.w. *
YOUNG MAN to change tires, experienced;
none other need apply. Lehman’s Tire Shop,
923 H at. n.w.
YOUNG MAN with knowledge of commercial
stationery business to work into selling end
of organization: moderate salary to atari: only
honest, energetic worker desired. Address
Box 227-A. Star office. •
VOTING MEN (31. can earn *35 per week'at
-tart taking orders on explosive proposition,
city or road work; salary with bonus and
*ra ns porta t 100. See Sir. Walah, Room 800.
Fcd-Ain. Nat. Hank bldg.
YOUNG MEN (2i of neat appearance to take
orders with manager. Previous experience
not necessary, as we teach new men. Perma
nent position with chance for advancement.
See Rapt., 208 Bond bldg., 14th and M. T.
ave. n.w.
LATHERS (WOOD).
Non-union jobs various parts
citv. Phone North 6791-J.
SALESMAN
CAN CONNECT WITH
LARGE CONCERN. SELL
ING EXPERIENCE DESIR
ABLE, BUT NOT ESSEN
TIAL. EARNINGS EXCEP
TIONAL IF QUALIFIED.
SMALL DRAWING AC
COUNT. MUST COME
WELL RECOMMENDED.
CALL MAIN 967a .
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HELP—MALE.
DISTRICT REGISTRARS
The largest business training institution in
the world, an institution with. 17,500.000 in
aaaeta and 85.000 active students, which has
added more than one hundred million dollars
to the pay checks of it* students, require*
the services of a few high-class registrars in
Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
THE MEN WE WANT
must have the following qualifications:
(11 Between 27 and 45 years of age.
(2) Strong, clean personality and superior
address.
(3) Liberal education, preferably along busi
ness lines.
(41 Sales experience, such as selling office
equipment, bonds nr advertising, desirable. «
(5) Demonstrated earning capacity of at
least $4,000 a year.
(61 Ability to hold the friendship of stu
dents and to aecurc the influence of big busi
ness men and business organizations, such as
chambers of commerce aurt Rotary clufis.
The men who qualify for permanent ap
pointment* will be awarded valuable terri
torial rights, with proved earning possibilities
of *6.000 to SIO,OOO a year.
Telephone for appointment. La Sails Ex
tension University, Main 8320. between the
hours Os 9:30 and 12.
HUSTLERS!
If you are that kind of a
chauffeur—you can make big
money in the Black & White
organization. Apply to Mr.
Ryan, Black & White Garage,
1214 New Hampshire ave. n.w.
COLORED MAX. over 25
ye,ars old, for porter and capable
of running automobile; must be
steady and reliable. Bertram
Cohn Co.. 12th and G sts.
HELP—MALE AND FEMALE.
COOK—2 experienced; good wages. 604 2nd
st. n.w. •_
MAN AND WIFE, colored, may earn furnished
apartment, gas. electricity at Research Uni
varaity. 20 Jackson pi., near White House, by
cleaning. Main 540. 19*
INSTRUCTION COURSES.
A NEW CLASS FORMING JULY I—LAST
claas to form until after Sept. 1. Enroll at
once. Oxford bldg., cor. 14th bet. N. T. ave.
and H. *
AUTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY
given. Call Line. 82. We do the real.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR COURSE for men
who deaire to enter the automobile industry
or for men who with to repair their own
cars. T. M. C. A. Schools, 1736 G st. Main
8250.
DRIVING INSTRUCTION GIVEN BY AP-
I pointtoent on gear-shift car. Ford or owner'*
ear. Y. M. C. A. SCHOOL. 1736 G st. n.w.
Main 8250.
GERMAN. Italian. Spanish taught by expert
teacher; English to foreigners. Phone North
6176. - 19*
GOOD POSITIONS await graduates. A short
Intensive course In shorthand, typewriting,
bookkeeping, or civil service will never be
regretted; .summer rates. Wood'* Commer
cial School; 511 Bast Capitol
HOTELS NEED AMBITIOUS men and women;
nation-wide demand in ail departments, hotels,
tea rooma. cafeteria*, clnba. apartment bouaea;
uncrowded field: fine living, quick advance
ment; our method* indorsed—our atudenta
employed by leading hotels everywhere. Open
evenings. Call for particular*. Lewis Betel
Training School. 1340 New York ave. __ j
TYPEWRITING—New clast begins June 33,
5:86 to 6:30. Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
Tuition, *4 » month. Washington Preparatory
School. Y. M. C. A.. 1736 G st. n w
DRAFTING Mechanical,
architectural, topographic, etc.,
taught day and night, all year ’round: learn to
earn big money; start now; complete courae in
3 to 9 months. Call, write or phone for our
latest catalog. Columbia School of Drafting,
14th and T tU. Phone N. 272.
Civil Service Examinations.
Stenography and type writ tug examination*
each Tuesday. Special preparation, day and
night. Instruction and practice. 9 am. to 9
p.m. 5 days each week. Tuition for combined
course. $5. The patent office needs 100 as
sistant examiners immediately. Salary. *1.860
to begin. Special review course for this ex
amination.
The Civil Service Preparatory School.
fi.E. corner 12th and F n.w. Franklin 2080.
ENROLL NOW for Designing. Fashion Draw
ing. Dressmaking. Millinery. Ask for booklet
LIVINGSTONE ACADEMY'.
804 17th St. N.W. Franklin 7475.
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE.
Civil Service Examinations.
THE TEMPLE SCHOOL.
1416 K ST. ’ M 3258.
Shorthand dictation ckuaea. Typewriting,
office practice. Beginners' classes.
Teats given for the government examina
(locs. Enroll at any time.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
’IF TOC *WANT WORK and have any record
we can give you a job. Mutual Employment
Bureau. 910 N. T. ave. 19* _
SITUATIONS WANTED —Chambermaids, wait
resses. part-time worker*, cooks, nur.-et*. labor
era. Ladies’ Exchange, 1714 9th st. n.w. To
tomac 2653.
SITUATIONS wanted-Ladies’ maids, cham
bermaids. cooks, nurses, butlers: recommended.
Ladles’ Exchange. 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED—Stenographer for real estate office;
S3O a week. Ladies’ Exchange. 807 Vermont
ave.
5.000 COLORED— Farms, houseworkers; any
kind work, city or country. White Cross
Bureau. 921 N st. n.w. North 3608. IS*
BIG LIST OF POSITIONS.
Stenographers, bookkeepers, clerks, mechan
ics, watchmen, typists, etc.
National Personnel Bureau,
306 Bond Bldg.. 14th and N. T. Ave. M. 582 U
*
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 hid;;.. 17th and H.
WANTED^-SALESMEN.
SALESMEN to veil Ford cars. Northeast
Motor Co.. 1334 H at. n.e. 20*
SALESMEN—We have opening* for two se
curity salesmen in our organisation. Apply
Suite 808. Edmonds bldg.. 91T 18th at.
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced; good position
to the right man. Strand Boot Shop, 410 9th
SALESMEN.
Will add two salesmen to our selling force:
investigate. 264 District National Bank bldg.
CANDY SALESMAN*
Wanted for District of Columbia and part
of Maryland. I-a rye established company,
making recognized brands famous all over
country for quality, require* a high-powered
talesman to sell its package chocolates and
week end specials to retail druggists, con
fection ora. etc., and alto llqnld chocolate to
soda fountains. Salary and commission. An
excellent opportunity for a good man to
bettor himself aad earn from four to seven
thousand dollars per year. Applicant must
own car and be able to furnish bond. All
com area Rations will be treated atrictly con
fidential and no applications will be con aid - I
ered uni eon accompanied by full details,
stating age. experience and where employed
for past three years. Applicant must be
ready to report to factory for training and
Instructions by Joly Ist. Address Box 191-A,
Star office. 18*
HELP—FEMALE. 7
BOOKKEEPER—Permanent position: give full
particulars gs to experience, age and aalarv
expected; mercantile business. Address Box
te-X. Star office. ‘ 18*
CASHIER, muat be thoroughly experienced,
for credit clothing store. Apply 434 7th at.
n.w.. 2nd fleer.
CASHIER, experienced on typewriting menus;
steady position for reliable young Udy. Apply
-411 13th st. n-w. Monterey Restaurant. 18*
THE EVENING STAR WASHINGTON; D. C., WEDNESDAY, TUNE 18, 1924.
HELP—FEMALE.
, Continued.
COLORED GiRL for laundry work. Yoke Lee.
1834 1. st. n.w. 18*
DICTAPHONE OPERATOR—Or expert typist
willing to lesrn dictaphone work, permanent
position; write qualifications and experience
in detail and mention salary desired. Address
Box 201-A. Star office.
GIRL, white, for laundry, amall hospital,
Corry. Pa.; S4O month, room, board and trans
portation. Address Box 270 M. Star office. •
NURSE attendant. Apply tnfore noon, Home
for Incurables. .8266 s st. n.V
OPERATORS for beamy parlor, three all
around operators wanted. Margaret F.
Bcheette. 1145 Conn, ave.
RESTAURANT FLOOR GIRLS—Neat appear
young women for evening work Apply
Mix. Preston. 1417 New York ave. n.w.
SALESLADIES, experienced, for hosiery dept
la shoe store. Call Traveler Shoe. 1307 F st.
SALESLADY, experienced on women’* wear 1
permanent position. Apply 1328 G nw.
STENOGRAPHER, typist or clerk mtv earn
tuition at Research rnlverstty. Main 540. 22*
STENOGRAPHER, for small, homelike office
must be good typist, some dictation; must
live at home; sl4 per week to start. Apply
Room 966. Fed-Atn. Nat. Rank bldg.
STENOGRAPHER, preferably having had-ex
perience (n classification and indexing work.
Address Bo* I7.VA. Star office.
STENOGRAPHER TYPIST-CLERK (female)
with office experience: hour*: 8:36 to 4; salarv,
$1,206 to start; adram-e depends on work:
permanent for party taking proper interest in
work. Address, giving full Information as to
experience and references and stating age.
married or single, home and telephone. Box
241-A. Star office .
TELEGRAPH OPERATOR—Young lady for
the Deer IJark Hotel, Deer Park. Md,. be
ginning June 26.
3HE BUTTErTcK COMPANY want two women
for our summer campaign. This la house-to
house work. If you hare selling experience
It will be an asset. If not. and you are wil
ling to learn, wc will teach vou. Three or
ders a day will pay $4.20 a day. Apple supt
Bntterick Co. Bond bldg., 14th and New York
ave. n.w.
WAITRESS, white or colored, for small coun
try hotel in Maryland; S3O a month with
board, room and good tips; one girl here has
saved $3,000 In four years. Applv (Thursday
morning before 8) the Evangeline. 1330 L st.
n ; w. •
WOMAN to handle strictly woman’s product;
no capital necessary. Address W. Shannon.
8537 13th st. n.w.
WOMAN, white, knowing how to-mend, em
broider initials aad plain sewing; Thursday
noon till 6 p.m.: pay. sl, fare and meals. 1713
Desales n.w. •
WOMAN-—Middle aged, to make her home
with elderly lady. Address Box 218-A. Star
office. 18*
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, no incumbrances.
In widower’s home. Address Box 280-A. Star
office. 19*
YOUNG IjADY for clerical work: must write a
good legible hand and he experienced in tvp
lag and filing; salary. sls per week. Applv
In own handwriting, giving age and experl
ence. Addresa Bov 251-A. Etar office
YOUNG LADY as typist and general office
work; state age and salary expected; refer
etice. Address Box 246-A. Star office. •
GOOD SALARY DURING
SHORT TRAINING
PERIOD.
REGULAR AND FREOUENT
INCREASES THEREAFTER.
TELEPHONE
OPERATING.
THE IDEAL OCCUPATION
FOR YOUNG WOMEN.
APPLY FIRST FLOOR.
722 12th ST. N.W..
THE
CHESAPEAKE A POTOMAC
TELEPHONE COMPANY
PRESBERS—FANCY. THREE, EXPERIENC
ED; GOOD SALARY; STEADY WORK. CAR
MACK DRY CLEANING CO.. 112* QUEEN
BT. N.K. CALL LINCOLN 239 FOR FUB
THER INFORMATION
PRESSERS, EXPERIENCED
IN FANCY WORK. 713 LA
MONT ST. N.W.
LANSBURGH & BRO.
require the services of an expe
rienced marcel and water waver.
Permanent position. Good sal
ary. Inquire Hair Beauty Par
lor. third floor.
CASHIER —Young lady who is
high school graduate and is good
at figures. Position is in a high
class grocery store and is per
manent, There's a good salary
awaiting a good worker. Ad
dress Box 272-A, Star office.
GOWN HANDS, experienced,
for-our*alteration*dept. Apply
Supt., The Palais Royal, G and
11th.
RECEIVING CLERK—Expe
rienced girl to take charge of
receiving room in ladies’ ready-1
to-wear store. Stafe experience
and salary expected. Address
Box 274-A, Star office.
SEWING WOMEN experi
enced on draperies and laces.
James B. Henderson, 1108 G st.
PRESSER for silk and pleated
work; must be experienced;
steady work; good pay. Bring
reference. Vogue Cleaners, 14th
aiid Spring rd. n.w.
HELP—DOMESTIC.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress for boarding house.
1123 13th at. n.w. 20*
TOOK and general housework; no laundry; ran
alay nights. 1924 Eye st. n.w. *
COOK and do laundry (colored); stay night*;
wihurba; best references. SSO month. Clcve.
2825.
COOK for private family; general kitehaa~aod
dining room work. Bonn; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.:
sl2 week. 216 19th at. n.w. • .
COOK, good, to do small lanodry and first
floor work: stay nights; city references re
quired: foitr fu family. Columbia 1380. 3204
18th at. n.w. *
COOK and general housework; stay nights;
adult 'family: good pay. 105 Chevy Chase
drive. Md. Phone Cleveland 1088. 19* .
COOKING and laundry, assist with house
work: stay nights; $lO week. 200 Rosemary.
Cleve.’ 3301. •
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, part time: refer
ence. 32 Quincy pi. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, white woman for
Tuesdayt and Saturdays, from noon till 6 p.m.:
steady worker; pay. sl, fare and meals. Apply
1718 Deaalea st. n.w. *
GENERAL HOUSEWORK Reliable girl,
small family, stay nights: reference#. 1432
Crittenden at. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK and cook; colored
woman; references. 2015 Allen pL n.w. (near
20th and Biltmore).
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, cooking, washing,
ironing; five in family: desire reliable colored
woman. 9 16th at. a.e. *
GENERAL HOUSTEWORKER— Colored, capable
and wilting lo go to country for summer:
good wages. Call at once 1718 Lanier place
n. w.. one square north of Columbia road.
GENERAL HOUBEWORKER Reliable; stay
nights; good wages; reference*. 4230 4tb at.
n.w. *
GENERAL HOUSEWORK—MiddIe-aged wom
an. 8 in family; $lO week. Ura. Stenart.
180 12th at- n.e. ;
-GIRL for general housework, stay nights. 1416
Buchgnen at, n.wb 3D*
HELP—DOMESTIC.
, Caatlaaed.
GIRL, for general housework. 3027 O at. fi w.
GIRL, white, to care Tor baby: atay or go
home nights. 716 sth st. n.w •
GIRL, half grown, for light housework. Poto
s mac 1104. 1519 20th s(. n.w.
MAID for cooking and general household work;
no laundry: stay night* if deaired. Phone
Cleveland 1608; references required. 19*
i MAID—For cooking and some housework: must
be quirk and a very good rook: references.
Apply after 6 p.m. 1523 Rhode Island ave.
n.w.
MOTHER’S HELPER, colored; reference*.
Apt 261. -tßlt N. H. ave 19*
WOMAN, neat, colored, for general housework;
go home night*; must have references; $9 a
■ week. 1305 Fyraeut st. n.w *
YOUNG WOMA^C—White or colored, go to
Maine for summer, general housework; pri
vate family; beat reference* required. 1817
fuh st. n w. 18*^
OUVO German woman for general honsework
in private family going north for summer;
references. 1817 19th st. n.w. 18*
SITUATIONS—MALE.
ADDRESSING ENVFIiOPFS, expert penman
ship: will call for and deliver.' Address Box
248 A. Star office. 19*
AUTO MECHANIC want# position, all make
cars: good reference* Call Franklin 8635,
after 6 p.m. -
AUTO MECHANIC—AIt make cars: good ref
erence*. Call Fr. 8635 after 6 pm.
BAKER— First-claas bread, cake and pastry,
desires steady position. Henry Udell, 2433
18th st.
ItOOK K EEPF RA U DITOR. t horough'l»“ com pe
tent for audit work or to keep books; full or
part-time; beat reference* Phone Col. 1415-J.

BOY. large. 18. wants steady employment.
616 22nd st. n.w. •
HOY, 17 year* old. one year of high school,
wishes position a* clerk or messenger during
summer. Clarendon 687. 19*
BOY, IS year*. Tech High School, work for
summer vacation; experienced and beat of ref
crence. Address Box 195-A. Star office. 18*
BRICKLAYER, colored, wants jnb: brick
work building garages; also oemeot work. 1316
Wallach pi. n.w. _
BUILDING SUPT with general experience, 12
years on last job as general supt. of construe,
lion, wants position: <,-an giva reference. Ad
dress Box 233-A. Star office. *
BUTLER. English, experienced, references,
wishes position; city or away. Address Box
59-X. Star office. IS*
CARPENTER, flrat-claas non-union, rough and
finlshed worker. Col. 7961 W. Gibson. 18*
CARPENTER, for general housework, window
screens, etc. Write to W. F. Miller, 606 sth
n w . for estimate* 21*
CHAMBKRMAH>—By neat colored girl. 1618
Church st. n.w. 19*
CHAUFFEUR—Young colored man wishes
plaiv, private or truck: references. Call 1010
Kervun at. n.w.
OOLLBGB GRADUATE, paring wav through
seminary, desires vacation position, as teacher,
tutor, clerk or work la summer camp; beat
references. Address Box 286-A. Star office.
COLORED GlßL—Reliable, wants job as
chambermaid or nurse in private family. 406
Fla, ave. n.w. 18*
COOK. CHAMBERMAID or waitress, colored
women, two, neat, wish position, together or
separate; to go away; beat reference*. Tele
phone M. 5151 afternoon. 18*
( OOK plain, wishes position; has references.
1408 Corcoran st. n.w. 19*
■ CORRESPONDENT with 12 years’ commercial
and government experience dcsirea position
with prospect* for advancement: recently en
gaged on secretarial work. British embassy:
expert atenograpber. Address Bo* lA, Star
office. * 19*
ELECTRICIAN. 15 year*’ experience mainte
nance and construction, with engineering
knowledge, work of any kind. James. Frank
lin 634 19*
HANDY MAN want* position around a small
place in the District. IIO6VI 6th at. s.w. »
HANDY MAN. willing, want* work any kind.
Scotch. 1219 10th n.w. 19*
JANITOR wants position; ftrar-class reference.
1619 Church st. n.w 19*
JEWELER, first class, desire* permanent
position with first-clam jewelry firm. Ad
dress Box 144-A, Star office. 19*
MAN. colored, want# work of any kind. 2641
b n.w. *
MEAT CUTTER, first-class all around man.
Call Lincoln 5985. 19*
OFFICE MAN—Well educated. 29; experienced
til around; inside-outside aales experience; ex
pert typist. Address Box 273-A. Star office.
OFFICE WORK, experienced clerk; reference
furnished; «riowledge of typewriting. Address
Box 232-A. Star office. *
PAPERHANGING, piece or day. done cheap.
2446 Ontario rd. Adams 5160 20*
TREK SPECIALIST, do some cementing, spray
ing. pruning; reasonable. Phone Col. 5768.
D. B. Smoot. 19*
TUTOR, young man with B. A. degree, five
years’ teaching experience, deaire* totortng or
special coaching work. Address Box 58-X,
Star office. 18*
TYPIST, exifhrienced. fake simple dictation,
office experience, law training; young man. Po
tomac 9Q4-J. *
YOUNG MAN wishes work, night or day;
steady. Col. 3054-J ; 5:30. •_
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. ten years' business
experience, desires position with future. Ad
dress Box 287-A. Star office. 18*
ACCOUNTANT AUDITOR
Graduate of two universities, thirteen years’
training and experience, of proven ability in
directing large accounting and auditing forces,
with legal education and member of the bar,
dcsirea new connection offering wide executive
or administrative opportunity; replies confiden
tie I. Address Box 236-A. Star office. 20*
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
UDIXOR. de
.siras part-time work. Lincoln 7994. 20*
COOK in private family, by neat colored
woman. 1013 P n.w. 19*
DRESSMAKING —By day or at home; reliable.
I’lmne North 8798-W.
DRESSMAKING—BY MISS BERT. Also de
signing. remodeling. Prompt service. Col.
6227. 1439 Girard st.
HOUSEKEEPER, young, experienced, in or ont
of city or will travel; answer immediately.
Address Box 235-A. Star office. *
MAID want# position; light colored girl:
switchboard or elevator operator. Phone
Frank. 2848.
PLAIN SEWING —By reliable'colored women.
1646 Fuller at. n.w.
PRACTICAL NURSE now ready for an en
gagement; best ref.; or manager of nice room-
Ing house. Addreas Box 228-A. Star office. *
SEAMSTRESS—Experienced; sewing, home or
out; reasonable. 1611 Corcoran . at. n.w.,
apt. 2. *
STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST, high school ednea
tion: energetic worker. Phone Fr. 10607. *
STENOGRAPHER-CLERK. competent; one
vear experience: reasonable salary. Addreas
Box 24T-A. Star office. 20*
STENOGRAPHER, experienced, neeurate. ca
pable. speedy: available immediately. Address
Bov 284-A. Star office. *
STENOGRAPHER, competent; good reference.
Phone Wett 1894. 18*
STENOGRAPHER or typist wishes position;
have had no experience. Addreas Box 224-A,
Star office. 3D*
WIDOW would care for apartment house dur
ing absence of occupants; references. Addreas
Box 283-A. Star office. 79*
YOUNG WOMAN wishes a vacation poa'tioe.
Teacher of piano, group singing, esthetic
dancing and folk dancing. Credential* and ref
erencea. Addresa Box 42-X, Star office. 18
YOUNG LADY, with good education, capable
and ambition*, desires position a* cashier,
clerk or office assistant; can furnish reference*.
Addrea* Box 206-A. Star office. 18* _
SITUATIONS—MALE. FEMALE.
MAN AND WIFE want place out of town for
summer; can give good references. 2246 11th
at. n.w. 19*
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
BUNDLE WASH to take borne; lat-eUai
laundress wishes work. 828 23rd at.
CHAMBERMAID or wait ret*, colored, wishes
position. Call North 3785. •
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
Continued.
CHAMBERMAID or nurse, by colored girl
with reference. 1221 22nd at. n.w.
—Neat colored girl wants
North 8602.
CHAMBERMAID or waitrea* work. 1307 K
at. North 7815. ___
CLEANING, tn office of apartment, part time;
colored woman ftOfi T at. n.w.
COLORED WOMAN, settled, want* position at
nurse; will assist; stav nights. 1758 Beaton
at n.w. 18*
COOK—By reliable colored woman. 1263 F at.
COOK or housework; colored. 1826 18th at.
n.w.
COOK or general housework, by young col
ored girl. 333 Va. ».w 18*
COOK-—Colored woman; good reference*, with
youthen; experience. 26 Defreea *t.
COOK, firat class,. for boarding bonne. 964
Florida are, n w.
DAY'S WORK of any kind, wash taken home,
by colored woman; reference.
DAY’S WOltK -Any kind. 2 girls. 1008 9th
at. n.w.. Apt. 2.
GENERAL HOUBBw6rK Reliable colored
girl. 1817 ftth »t. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK girl; Mir nlghtT;
reference. 2251 Cleveland pi. n.w.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, colored girl want*
place in email family; $lO per week; dry ref.
Addresa No. 7 Douglas* row. Romslvn. Va.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, cook in small
adult family by experleaced young white
woman: room; no laundry; klndlv state sal
ary Address Box 230-A. Btar office. *
GENERAL HOUSEWORK wanted by gTrU
small family; beat of references. 73 Fenton
at. n.e.
GIRL colored, with reference, want* general
housework. 2821 11th at. n.w.
GIRL wishes place for part-time work. 425
Que at. n.w. »
GIRL to work mornings or getting dinner.
CAR Potomac 1893
GIRL wishes a place as chambermaid or wait
resn. Call 425 Qiue at. n.w. •
GlßL—Neat colored, want* position at light
housework. 466 O st. nw. 18«
GIRLS—Two colored, want half-time work.
2006 Bth st. n.w.
HALF DAY or day work. 1616 Vermont ave,
HOUSEWORK by colored 'woman - 1649 N T.
ave. n.w
HOUffEWORK in respectable ftmllv,’ while
woman, thirty-four, with two-vetr-old girl;
willing to leave city. Franklin 2608. Apt 7,
217 F at. n.w. «
HOUSEWORK, by neat colored girl; small
family; stay night*. 1483 Fla. ave. nw.
Apply Janitor.
LADIES’” MAID or chambermaid; good pack
er. experienced; colored girl. Excellent ref
erences. 1125-A 20th st. n.w. Franklin 4090.
LAUNDRY to bring home. Franklin 8489
ester 6:30 or write Anderson. 1466 Columbia
>t. «
LACNDfcr WORK at home; girt. 1614 Swann
at. n.w.
MAID or hoasework, by nett colored girl.
1420 S n.w. iS*
MORNING CLEANING la apartment, small
waahei to take home, by a seventh-day Ad
vent iet_|^rU_CalJ_J]oU_Jl(«6 ; JV •
MORNING WORK—Reliable colored girl.
Address Box 180-A, Star office •
PIPAGE in apartment, cleaning; no cooking.
1527 Qne #t. n.w. North 3458-J.
SCHOOL GIRL deaire* nurse or half day's
work. 1017 19tb st. n.w.
SMALL WASH to do at home; experienced.
1701 V at. n.w.
WASH to take home. TdS Gresham pi. n.w.
* f 18*
WASHING to take home, by flr*t-cl»*« laiin*
dress. 1510 Sumner court n w.;, men erpe
clallv
WOMAN wania day’s work; a good worker.
1700 6th «t. n.fr. ■
WORK of any kind, morning, evening; Ist
clsae reference; by colored woman. 823 23rd
«t. n.w.
WORK EVENINGS or day * work, by re
liable settled woman. <3 Fenton pi. n.w.
PERSONAL.
INITIALS ON SHIRTS AND CLOTHES. 4
cents a letter. I# inch. 1238 H st. n.e. *
WILL HIRE MY PEERLESS CAR. 7-PAS
senger touring, for $2.50 hour. Special rates
for tripe. Potomac 3097. 19*
WANTED SHAMPOOING. SCALP TREAT
menls. facial massage, hair dyeing; residen
tial work 1 •
DRIVING TO CLEVELAND. PACKARD'CA P..
June 24; room for one or two. Phone Main
4619 or Columbia j 8746.
ELECTRIC BATH. MASSAGE. FOR ElCES
aive fat. nerve trouble, tdeeplesaness, rheuma
tism: graduate nurse (colored). North 6935-J.
23*
ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS WITH ULTRA
vlolet ray given by a graduate. Excessive
weight reduced. For appointment Phone Pot.
1447. 1611 Conn, ave. n.w.
INITIALS oo shirts and clothes, 4 cents a
letter tq Inch. 1238 H at. n.e. 18*
PHYSICIAN, SUCCESSFUL SKIN BPECIAL
ist. treat# local cancer free, until reunite are
obtained. Franklin 798 or Adnma 1974.
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY REDUCED—
Wonderful French method used. Dr. Della
Ledendecker. D. C.. 17>7 P at. nw. Fr. 8849.
WE ARE NOW PAYING *2 TO 810 FOR
men's and ladles’ used suits. Our prices for
old clothing are the biggest. Wash. Clothing
Exchange. 633 D at. n.w. Phone Main 3378. _
TUTORING IN ENGLISH, FRENCH. rtPAN - -
ish, Italian, by competent teacher. Fr. 2874.
305 Ethalhurat Apt#., ccr. IS Hi and L sts. 21*
JOHNSON REST HOME
for aged, invalid and convalescent; night and
day anperviaton. North 7963. 1724 20th n.w.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTIQUES, old glass, china, furniture, silver!
plate, brrasas, art objects. A. F. Arnold, 1323
O at. Main 8173.
BOOKS—Private party wonld dike to buy lot
of miscellaneous hook*. Adams 3745 before
9 a.m. and after 6 p.m. or'Franklin 10231
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 23*
CAMERAS, field glasses, shotguns, tool* of
every kind; anything you have to sell. Croce’s,
11th and E n.w. Phone Franklin 833 or postal.
CLOTHES—We buy. sell and exchange secondf
hand clothe#; highest price#. 739 9th at.n.w. 4*
CLOTHES—WiII pay highest price* for ladies'
and men's worn clothes. Write or phone D.
Stein. 1806 7th «t. n.w Phone North 496.
CLOTHING (MEN’S) —Ever hear of the moat
excellent cash offers we make for men’s worn
salts, shoes, pants, etc? Well, Ae quickest
way to find out is phone Main 4145. Auto
call*. Juath'a Old Stand. 619 D.
CLOTHING—WiII call In my unlettered anto
moblle, city or suburbs, and pay you highest
price* for ladies', gentlemen's, children’s dis
carded clothing of all descriptions. Address
postal or phone. I will call. W. Rice, 1332
7th at. n.w. North 1755.
DIAMONDS, gold, platinum, sliver, bought
for cash. Rodgin-Farr Co.. Room 411, 1420
New York ave., Evans bldg. (Formerly with
Shaw A Brown Co.)
DIAMONDS, old silver, bought tor «■*«»
Louis Abrahams. 815 (I st. n.w.
DIAMONDS. Jewelry and eld cold, cash. Alvin
Boffa. diamond broker. 918 F at. n.w., rooms
17 and 18. Main 6458.
FEATHER BEDS and furniture; best prices
paid. Square Deal Furniture Co., 501 By* at.
n.w. Phone Main 5636. _
FURNITURE—Young couple will pay cash for
noma furniture and ruga. Adams 8746 before
• a.m. or after < p.m. or Franklin 10231 be
tween 9 n.m. and 8 p.m. 28*
FURNITURE of all kinds wanted; beat prices
paid. Capitol Furniture 00.. 480 Lo. ave.
n.w. Franklin 10267. X9*
FURNITURE—Want to purchase some used
furniture: also plane. Franklin 8992. 21*
FURNITURE—HousehoId furniture and rugs
wanted. Central Furniture Co., Main 7030
Main 8372. 641 To. ave. n.w. '
FURNITURE—High cash prices paid for all
kinds of furniture; office furniture a specialty.
Phone Franklin 61 S 3. 630 Maas, ave. n.w.
FURNITURE—If von have any furniture of
other goods to Mil, and you want to obtain
bast result*, send for Louis Notes. 421 10th
»*. n.w. Phene Franklin 2018.
FURNITURE—Wo buy hoaMffioM furniture
and office fixtures. Money advanced on ator
age. Sachs Furniture Co., comer fith aad D
•fa n.w. Main 6306.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
Continued.
FURNITURE—Before selling your household
goods call S. Wfciaenbcrg and get bast ta
ault*. Main 0275. 615 K *t. nw.
FURNITURE— Used, bought for caah: also
rug*. Call Adame 5432. 20*
FURNITURE, piano*, carpet*, etc. Phone U.
12 5 2 for wagon or have me call. “Weachlar,"
920 Pa. ave. n.w.
FURNITURE—If you want to obtain beat re
sult* for yonr furniture and other miscel
laneous, call M. Rhapiro, 600 Louisiana ave.
n.tv. Franklin 8785.
GOLD, silver, watebea. diamonds and old
Jewelry needed In our mfg. dept. Full caah
value paid He'ioger’a. 820 F at.
I.ATHE—SmaII; engine or foot. Write 221
Bryant at. n.e. 19*
OLD GOLD—Bring In your old gold, sliver,
platinum, diamond!: aiao discarded jewelry.
W# need them in our manufacturing dept. Will
pay highest prices. A. Kann. Inc.. 835 F at.
OLD GOLD, silver, diamonds. Jewelry: fine,
beautiful pieces especially. A. F. Arnold,
1323 G *l. n.w Main 8178.
TENOR BANJO. Phone Adams 1019. 16*
TENT. 12x14 O. Address Bor 33-X. Star
office.
YARD SWING—Two preferred. i>orch rockers,
eouch mattress. N. 7888. 19*
RECOMMENDEDSERVICE.
T*e /01/oaNuy business concern# ffuanjn
fse sotis/aclion to Star readrrt. Ant eom-
I plaint round neeettary to be mode to Tha
Star will rrcaiva prompt attention. Par
odmiMKinn tn Recommended Servica Coi
) uwn call ilnin it>fin. Branch tn.
ADDRESSING. MULTIGrTpHI NG. mTmEO
! craphint. mailing; rush work a specially. The
Duplicating Office, 14th and Pa. ave. n.w.
Phone Main 6271.
; A POTION EKU I Mvllcit your rales of furn i -
I lure, personal effects and real estate, w H.
SPEXCF.R. (Pin Ma*». ave. n.w. Frank. 618.3.
AUTO AND FURNITURE SLIP COVERS
redans. 816.56 up: coupe* $9 up. Southern
UDh . 1207 9th n.w. Kr. 8360. Save this ad.
BUILDING IN ALL BRANCHES PLANK
specification*. estimate*, construction and
financing SHOI.TES A CO., 1115 K at. a.w.
Phone Main 3903.
CARPENTER—Jobbing a specialty. Estimates
furniahed MORGAN BRINING, 1357 Tarlor
st. n.w. Phone Columbia 3714-W. 23*
CARPENTER. PROPERTY - REPAIRS. all kind
alterations, shelving and store fixture*. Frank.
1342-W. J. Rowell. 129 F st. n.w. 19*
CARPENTER, stair builder, general repairing
by day or contract. Wm. Wood. Lincoln
1330. __23*
CARPENTER AND BUILDER—Store fronti
remodeled; garage*: jobbing of ill kinds;
prompt attention; reasonable. 8. EPSTEIN,
3646 Ga. ave. Adam* 5559. «
CARPENTRY—Job work of ail kinds, glassed
in and porch building a specialty. Call Po
tomac 2778 between 5 and 7 p.m.. or addrea*
j R, G. NEWLEX. 1706 3rd st. n.e.
CHAIRS t’ANEU. ttpholsfereq. porch -.e’kert
splinted. C. A. ARMSTRONG. 1233 10« h at.
; n.w. Franklin 7483.
contractors and BciLDKRs: oarageTof
i all classes and repair work of anv kind; terms
if desired iratioiatea free'. BOBBIN RAN
] DALL CO.. INC., 362 McGill bldg . DoS G «t.
! Main 3748. Residential phone. Lin. 5268.
1 ELECTRIC WIRING—LET US ESTIMATE
;on your work. Pa Millerizo yourself with our
1 method of wiring and Installing fixtures la
your home. Call Main 2757 or visit our show
reom. GDO. V. MILLER, 903 New York
ave. n.w.
ELECTRIC WlßlNG—Specialists ,n ■itd-boase
wirinf; estimate* cheerfully given. Economy
Electric Co.. 1217 29th st. n.w. West 2406.
Jnl6*
ELECTRIC WIRING, house wiring and re
pairing; good workmanship; moderate price*.
Write or phone for estimates. Franklin
9256. W. I. P WILSON. 937 K st n.w. «
ELITE ELECTRIC CO. wires 6-roona oouse,
■ with fixtures complete, $68.60; Boor plugs aad
alterations. M. 5668 . 46 H n.w.
EXPERT HARDWOOD FLOOR FINISHING,
painting, by skilled mechanics at reduced
prices. Paul Serene. 90S twh st n.w. F 4801.
ELECTRIC WIRING, fixtures, repairing, radio!
Open until 0 o’clock every night. TurbarvUla'a,
1i29 Conn, ave. Phone North 9467
FLOORS SCRAPED. CLEANED. REFIMSH
ed. new floors laid. Call Fr 6524 daytime. Fr
7563-W evening*. J. C PRICE. 912 sth n.w.
FLOORS scraped, cleaned finished, waxed by
electric machine. B. B. Nash. 2371 9th at.
Col. 4231. Ja2S*
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED, slip coven
made tn order. Work cerrainlv guaranteed.
Metropolitan Upholstering Co. Call Main 5925.
FURNITURE UPHiiLST'd! ItEP 17 SLlP
covers made. Est. cheerfully g.ven. Returned
free. TITTENSOR. 1424 Sth n.w X 7702.
HEATING AND VENTILATING. FURNACES,
metal roofing, Jobbing In all branches. Win.
P. JOHNSON. 3365 Ga. ave. nw. Adams 5172.
KEYS—DUPLICATE KEYS. 25 CENTS, made
while you wait. Turner & Clark. 1233 Ntw
York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 3005.
KEYS DUPLICATED WHILE TOD WAIT.
25 cents. Also small machine work. 813 H
at. n.w.
MATTRESSES. PILLOWS AND BOX SPRINGS
RENOVATED AND REMADE Brass beda re
lai-quered. GEORGE STEIN CO.. 344 Pa. ave.
n.w. Main 465.
MATTRES.SES AND PILLOWS RBNOVATeE
down comfort* recovered; reasonable. North
10145. Ideal Bedding Co.. 1524 7«b at. n.w.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS renovated at
most reasonable price*. Let ns call, give eatl
mete. Prompt deliveries and satisfaction as
sured. Eagle Bedding Co.. 1123 7th at. n.w.
Main 7992.
PAINTING. PAPERHANGING; LATEST DE
signs: special low price*. Give me a trial.
THOMPSON. 3413 Ua. ave. Phone Col. 8244.
PAINTING, exterior and interior; general re
pairing. It, O. Drach, No. 19 Girard at. n.e.
Potomac 1312-W. Jy4*
PAJNTING EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR;
low cost for work contracted for now; refs.
It. MORAN. 21g John Marshall pi. Main 1731.
PAINTING AND PAPKBHANOING —GOOD
workmanship, reasonable prices. SAMUEL
TAMMARO. Columbia 7019 J. 25*
PAPERHANGING PROMPTLY—Room*. $6 up;
cut-out borders; satisfaction guaranteed. A H.
Kaulftiss. 701 3rd n.e. Line 5103. 23* ,
PAPERHANGING done, reliable, prompt serv
ice; work and prices right. J. Robbins, Poto
ma<- 294-W. 22*
PAPERHANGING. PAINTING Pre war
prices: first-class work: all work absolutely
guaranteed: no delay; we are on Job. Can
save vou 50Gi on vour work. Write for es
timate*. In or out of the District. Philadelphia
Decorating Co.. 1730 14th at. n.w. 21*
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING—PRICES
consistent with good work: estimates cheerfully
given. X. R. Evans, 1714 B at. s.e. Line. 7497-J.
PAPERHANGING DONE REASONABLY. J.
A. POLAND. 210 L st. a.e. 20*
PAPERHANGING —Booms. $7.50 and up; In
terior and exterior painting at lowest price*.
Metropolitan Deo. Co.. 427 O n.w. Ph. Fr. 800.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING—H E.
PHILLIPS. 227 2nd a.e. Line. 3368. Quick,
efficient service; guar, work; reasonable
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING—Rooms
papered, $6 and up, A. T, GEORGE. 2627
11th at. n.w. Phone Adams 8687.
PIANO TUNING —Piano* and players re
paired. reflnlshed and rebuilt by skilled work
men. Plano tuning, $2. Schaefer. Sanderson
Piano Co.. 644 H at. n.e. Lincoln 1057.,
PLUMBING AND HEATING—John R. Guerin,
412 E. Cap. at., Liao. 3417—Steam and hot
water heating, plamhtafr. holler and power
Plant*. Fonnd reliable for 25 years.
REFRIGERATOR REPAIRING, tinning and
roofing. Let me repair your old refrigerator.
Call Main 7610. 808 9th a.w.. near H.
TINNER—If your roof leaks call Ramby. Ont
tering. spouting, roofing promptly attended to.
780 7th at. a.e. Line. 7796-W. 28*
TRUNK REPAIRING. Mints repairs trunks,
leather bags, ladies' handbags, etc. Call or
phone Mintz. 938 F at. Main 8688.
WINDOW SHADER and screen* made to or
der. Free estimate*. J. M. BUTLER A SON,
4000 l*t rt. s.e. Lincoln 6968-J.
WINDOW SHADES AND SCREENS made to
order. Free estimates. C. THOMPSON. 711
G at. n.e. Lincoln 0863. 13*
WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—Good quality
opaque shades fitted to yoor window*. 85c;
the nest quality of opaqae shades. sl.ls: bang
free. We will call with samples. KLEE
■LATT. Uth and H ft*, n.e. Lincoln 879.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUSINESS OPPORTtWITIES
TWO HUSTLERS to incorporate privately.
Rational Advertising Co.: no fund*. Some
thing new Call Main 6986 •
PILLING STATION with accessory atore.
Karage: dissolving psrtnerahlp; must
‘t. Rfa * oß,ble offer »e<»P*ed. Act quirk.
4.0 R Ft. n w. j 9«
BUSINESS— Professional men. collect vour
part due accottnU ’youraalf, at small cost,
with guaranteed system. Tor Interne# ad
dress Box 170-A. Star office. •
DRIVE-IN CAS AND ACC. STATION In
ha?« r J5r-» f )n It,r: c,Bh required, *2.T00.
balance m notes. Tarty retiring from busi
ness. Address Box 263-A, Star office. •
dolL C »^d i ,L PARL0n ■ and light lunch:
i>QßiDe ** r***on«bW* for quirk Mir
At the Republic Theater. 1343 You st.
o p ffl r- M - 000 ' i '™ 8 -
hotlr BJ iiiV NEV ' S, , SOCTBNIR STAN A In large
hotel, fire-Tear lease at low rent nolend'd
Pn?e yr t“ k - p -iv CO xfJ elP, y <’<l “iPPcd and Stocked.
Price. *-,*oO. Address Bos 287-A. Star office.
®.°^ UN,; ArJ - K ?8 AND ClGAßS—Establish
ed biiainef*: good lease; for legttimarp re««or
fnr " n » > -»htrn con. PrLe"
*l,lOO. term*. Andrea* Bos 312 A. Star office.
OASCOTINE. ACCESSOR IE S—*2.ooo wiU b,7r
heat Orlre-jn .tatton offered at this price. Ad
dress Bos 330-A, Star offl.-e. •
FURNISHED APT. AND ROOMING - HOUSB^-
rUTV Tri u^r °°
5? A ii^ S I ATB SALESMAN WANTED-A man
?n an t^w^t,. C H n « m * ke * cnoll '•onnectlon
in an established office, new plan, sou retain
*w i JvL C °I B ? , ** l ‘ >n; automobile not e W n
*H-A. Vtir ay* Address n&
WANTED--Roomlng house, will par ciViT
agents. Address Bog 271-A. star office
i MEAT AND GROCERY—BsceliSfbMiiew-
° ff * r * eU it; ptr,y •fnTing city!
BILLIARD PARLORS—Fire aliens and seven
tables; well established: »I„V»; term, l?d.
sired. William C. Linton 918 Fst n w 2S*
ROOMiVG room*. 2 bat hi. all
filled: a bargain. Information 3002 Mans
ave. n.w. Igt *
N , • -jjjrtt loach: new ~ value.
offered for |ooo cash. Call Franklia
- . as •
nov N sj B Y R w. OM £ W ” * ls ®® c »*h. Address
Box 44-X. Star office. 19s
CONFECTIONERY STORE with soda
tatn; doing good bnsiness: owner retiring- will
•ell cheap for cash. Apply 905 »th st n w
- IBs
TAILORING and denning, pressing store;
doing fine bnsiness. Phone Col. 8752. 20*
SODA FOUNTAIN, cigpr. candy and lunch
Concession for lease: good opportunity for
3330 i r 4lh A st P,y Mr ' KW * Pi " All * y *’
F()R SALE—A well - established beauty parlor,
fully equipped and well located; owner has
i T Soa4* <Mjd r,, ** 0B for B * Uin «- Phone North
< ?,mv- , ' OOKIV<} KOR BUSINESS OP-
I*ORTUNITT ; CONSULT JARMUTH nr'M
£•»?. SPECIALIST. I.M 14TH N. W MAIN 74/7
BISINESS BOIGHT—SOLD—A RR ANGFD
OPENING for new soda fountain business In
Georgetown. Address Box 331 T, star office
— . - 18*
MARK, ATE, NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE—I 4
rooms, 3 baths, nicely furnished; good in
come; reasonable rent. Owner leaving citv
CAR LEY & FARRELL.
41st sth St, N.W Franklin 6153.
• A WONDERFUL
INVESTMENT.
Fifty nO-ft. lots in Chevy Chate. D C ■
both sides of two blocks; will sell at a low
office ,h ' S month - Address Box 238 X. Star
Marshall Business Brokers.
Rooming house near Pension Park 14 rooms
weiyurttlshed and all filled, rent, *75; price!
Rooming house near 12th and K na. • IB
a/SK" 1 b,lb,: bwb -: rent. *100;
price, Jl.oOO.
Beautiful and excloaive rooming bonne; near
price **2-'oo** ,T *- ; modern and up to date;
Rooming houae; H rooms; h. w.h. elecfrie-
Diture >C * led down,own; *1.800; new fur-
Rooming house; 10 rooms; rent, *7O; price,
Grocery and meat*, well equipped: 5 Hying
rooms: long lease: price. *4,500.
Grocery and confectionery'; Hying rooms
rent. *4O; price. *1.500. * room..
Marshall Business Brokers
929 N. T. Ave. *
FOR SALE—MI9CELLANEOUs7
ADDING MACHINE. Victor, good as new~
*6o; sell for *2O. Call Adams
f>Bs7 to l> a.m. or 6 to 7 p.a. 18*
BABY CARRIAGE, Itrge, cheap. 1918 18th
D.W. (Apt. S). IH*
BEDS, complete: splendid condition; reason'-
ahle: 1432 Fairmont st. n.w. Adams 1008. •
BEDROOM SET. mahogany, 4 qJe
BEDROOM SCI I’E— French ivorv • ]srgc
forobc. etc Beautiful tapestry- and mahog
any double day bed. Very cheap. 1731 Conn
‘IT- _ 19*
Bit H LES 1 used*. <5; said on payments XT.
down. *2 a week. Vitalic tires, *3 each- Fisk
cord Ores. $3 each. P. U. Corr. 818 Oth s ,
BUFFET—Beautiful large oak. splendid com"
dition. Must be sold; can be seen at Kriee’s
Express and Storage, me Eye at. 19? *
BUFFET SIDEBOARD—SoIid mahogany small
sow, with long mirror:: excellent ciaa®* 1 !
*35; four mahogany-finish chain. *l2 Ann
to Janitor. 2215 14tb st. n.w. jg ply
BUILDING MATERIAL
nrany wrecking operations, togetker with fm
mense purchases of surplus stock. e«ble us tn
save yon money. New doors, stock slae«"
and *3.25: sash. new. 6 lights, *1 e#h: brand
n 'TJ Vtl i bo -?r 1 - ’ V P ' r / n - ft ” Dew b re proof
ro--kboard, 3t,c per sq. ft.; roofing. ‘'Clnltol
manufactured by Certain-teed Company new
1 PIT. *1.25: 2-ply. (1 75: 3-ply.
tain-teed Company’s shingle*, 4 In one new
per -square. *5.00. Brick, lumber, new toilet
outfits, sinks, bath tabs and fnraacea. New
bathroom outfit, *55. Sidney Bechlnger Houae
Wrecking Co.. Camp Meigs, sth and Florida
are. n.e.; main office, filb and C sts. * w
Salesmen at both offices until 6:3d p.m. 6ur
guarantee: “Money back If yon want It.”
CARRIAGE —In good condition: rubber Urea
Apply Woodward A Lothrop warehouse, 9th
and 10th. L and M ata. n.w.
CHERRIES—Order yours now; cratel *5
Clarendon R32-J-2. IS*
CLOTHlNG—Woiklngroen, keep cool these hot
days. See our slightly used Palm Beach,
mohair, kool kloth. tropical worsted soils at
$3.50 up. Old Reliable JutUi’s Old Bland
Bill D
CRANE lifting trap, large sue, cheap. Berg
mann's. 023 I; st.
CURRANTH FOR JEU.Y—Direct from bushes.
Order now. Phone KrankHn dPdfi. 19*
DAVENPORT, mahogany; mattress included':
clean: *2O. Adams 50V'.
DESKS. 2 oak flat-top, 2 swjvql chairs. 2 bent
wood chairs; Underwood typewriter, type
writer desk: costumer. Address Box 259-A,
Bur office. 19*
DIAMOND, about 2% carats, absolutely blue
white; very fiery; *4OO casta. Inquire 2107
14th st n. w.
DRUM—With attachments, suitable for or
ehestra. *2O: also large porch couch swing,
SB. Pol. 3421. 20*
DUPLICATOR (Ironclad), with unnsed roll
and bottle ink: good as new: >lO. Col. KHBI.
ELECTRIC *SIGN. 10-inch; direct current;
bargain. *lO. Col. 6885
BNGINB. hortsontal, 23 horsepower, cheap
see it In operation. Besgmann’s. 623 G st.
FEDERAL 4-TUBE SET. complete, and Corona
typewriter, late model: price reasonable.
Zwelg Bros.. 937 D at. n.w. t ig»
FURNITURE—Twin beds, dining room suite.
Piano sod odd pieens: rennonabie: no dealers.
225 4th st. n.e. 20*
FURNITURE—Bargain for quick tale, medium
sired porcelain refrigerator, medicine cabinet,
couch hammock. 1101 Kearney st. n.e. *
FOE SALE—MISCELLANEOUS f
CoiAtnord.
fn C cut 1 IT)c room suit*
mniiL ” “. ir ' f, 1 -:’- valued *250; one French
mohair suite, *22.». valued *450. Other odd
pieces at bargain prices. New York Uphoi
atenng Go.. 819 F st. n.w. Main 3887
ro L^JJ^d E T Stl if tabU. cbalr
fcftniUry < Gataaday
?fsw 11110,1 lDe ’ blbj c *rriage, bed. etr.
owo .j_ltn at. n.w. •
FURNITukE for sale at once, 615 E at. n.w,
—Boffet. *12.50; dining table, *5; chairs,
*l_«s: china closets; Armlnster rugs. 9x12
bed and spring* with mattress. *6: bookcase
dresser; chiffonier; 3-piece parlor suite, $lO.
drop-leaf table; 4 kitchen chairs; porcelain
top table. *3.75. Englander fouefi
FURNITURE of small apartment, all or part :
no dealers. Fisher. 1750 Columbia road. 18*
FURNITURE—Beds., chiffoniers, dreaeers, i<-»
box: in good condition. Adams 3059.
IURNITURE—Living room suite; also bed
and davenport, by piece or all. bargains. An.
4. 1223 12th st. n.w. •
FURNITURE—Oak buffeG dining room table
rocker, small table, tabouret, music rah
“ Call mornings and after 6 p.m. 8 W st
FURNITURE—New reed chairs, table, shirt
waist box, pillows, draperies, kitchen utensils
carpet sweeper, etc. Apt. 318, Msycroft. 14T4
Columbia road. Evenings after 8. 21*
FURNITURE—Must vacate storage rooms.
Will sacrifice ladles' desks, chest drawer..
bberston dining suites, bookcase, library, gatr.
leg, hall, card, console and dining tables: lew
boy sofa, poster beds, bureau and chiffonier »
a.l antiques and reproduction mahogany pieces *
A. F. Arnold. 1823 G st. n.w.
GAS RANGE. Favorite; cost *OO. sell for *3O
siffiost new; first-class condition. 204 U st.
n.w-.. 2nd floor, cq*
SA? range— New; in good condition, fhonc
1 lerelsnd 2412. oq«
BANGER—New srd slightly need; nil
siaes. less than half price. Why pay more?
i!f r Ls ran . 8e k'tnranteed. .1. W. Williams,
etn* 6th st. n.w Main 298»;. 28* •
GAS RANGE—Garland: resUurant use excel’,
lent. Less than factory price. Tel. Col. 5411.
GAS WATER nFATEttS--l*.rand new anl
guaranteed: 20-ft ffouWe copper coll *9 25-
ft. double copper coil, *10,50. Sidney Hecv
inger Company, Camp Meigs. 3fh and Florida
ave. n.e. Main office, Bth and C sta aw
Both offices open until 5:30 p.m.
GRAND. *386; apartment s-.ae: 1 ike new;
beautiful tone; brown mahogany case. 227
Pepna. are noutheaat.
HANGERS, shafting, pulleys, belting; all
sines. BergmannV 623 G st.
HotKEHOLD FURNITURB—ReTsMtbieTIeav-
Ing city. 3022 O st n.w. in*
LIVING ROOM SUlTE—Handsome cut velour,
special construction and springs, davenport
table, gateleg: tile-top and nest tallies, solid
mahogany: Windsor chairs. Hancock trpe desk
etc. Very cheap 1731 Conn, are 19*
MOREHEAD return trap and receiver - all
complete: cheap. Bergmann's. 623 G st.
MOTOR BOAT—For sale by owner. Reason
able for cash: 24 fG. fast runabout; 6-cyljndcr
motor: equipped with starter and generator
Can be finished to suit purchaser. Addres*
Box 243-A. Star office op.
MOTORS—IO alternating and direct. V» to 5
h.p.. 1720 14tli st. n.w.
OFFICE SAFE, cheap. Bergmann's. 6SB G
st. n.w.
PAlNT—Weatbershieid house paint me -.afar
tured hy Certain-teed Company, white and
other colors. *2.25 per’gallon. Kidney Hecb
inget Company. Camp Meigs, 3tb and Florida
ave. n.e. Main office, 6th and C sts. s.w.
Salesmen st both offices until 5:30 p.m.
PARLOR SET—Mahogany; oak bedroom set
brass bed, oak buffet, bookcase. Army cot
and mattres«. 946 8 st. n.w
PlANO—Hardman upright, mahogany caae. in
splendid condition; owner leaving town, wilt
sell Cheap for cash. Phone Lincoln 6280. 18*
PIANO—-Will transfer my equity in upright
piano to party faking over balance of con
tract; easy monthly payments. Address Box
205 A. Htsr office. 19*
PIANO. *!35; fine tone; mahogany case. 227
Penna. ave. soutHeast.
PIANO, *3O; Weber, *2oo;’plkyer-piano. *l5O .
victrola. *ls. *6O. All genuine bargains. A.
F. Arnold. 1323 G st. n.w.
PLATER. $295; guaranteed; mahogany ease
227 Penna. ave. southeast.
RARE OLD GUlTAß—Perfect. 713 UJoTlt
B W. 19*
REFRIGERATOR, 40 lbs : bargain. ’ 214
Morgan st._n.w. •
REFRIGERATOR and double brass bed. com
plete; practically new. 1440 W st.. Apt. 32.
SEWING MACHINES—D. h. Singer. *l3; New
Home. *ls: Standard, *ls: New Ideal. *10;
others at *5; all guar. New machines. *3 per
mo. Renting and repairing. Open evenings.
5. E. Singer Shop. 313 Pa ave. s.e. Line. 275.
SEWTNG MACHTNBS—SeveraI to select from,
no reasonable offer refused. These machine*
must be sold. 1132 9th st. Call Frank. 4451
Open from 12 to 8:30 p.m.
SEWING MACHINES—Singer d.b . *ToT W ’ *
W.. *12.50; new model Standard. *12.50;
others at *5: all guaranteed. New machine.
(3 per month. Renting and repairing. Open
evenings. I). C. Sewing Machine Shop. 703
H a e Line 8069. #
SEWING MACHINES. Singer drophead. *ls:
Rotary White portableft electric; many other
makes. *s. *lO. *ls: all machines guaranteed
renting, repairing. Capital Sewing Machine
j Exchange. .1. W Bearers, mtr. Come irok
them over or call Franklin 377*. 25*
SHOW CASES, cash register, gas bake oven.
•5-gal, ice cream freeaer. 105 H st n.w. 18*
SHUTTERS—Twenty pairs inside shutters
almost new cheap. 1205 1 oth p.w •
SODS—High grade, any amounts: will deliver
or sell as whole. Apply 2109 Benning road
after 4:30 p m. 1
STOCK—3S shares Brightwood Bank. Adams
4107.
STORAGE TANKS. 2 galvanised! i heavy
iron: large capacity. Bergmann’s. 623 G s’.
TENT—I2xI4. practically new, perfect condi
tion: reasonable. 942 K st. n.w. is*
TYPEWRITER RENTAL - SERvYcR IdVma
1891. Cat, L. C. 8.. Hem and Rov«I. *3 25
mo.: 3. mos. in adv.. *8.25: 6 moa.. *ls.
TYPEWRITERS—AII makes sold, rented, re
paired. exchanged; many bargains, particu
larly Underwoods: save money; cash or >5
monthly. Washington Typewriter Exchange.
913 N. Y. ave Ft. 1014.
TYPEWRITERS—Rent rednceo: se.:iog of a
large number at sacrifice prices, some real
bargains Open evenings. American Typ»-
wrlter Co.. 1481 East Capital at. Lincoln 82
VACUUM CLEANER. Hoover: cost *s>.'; take
*27; terms arranged. Col. 2364. 3230 Park
pi, 18*
WALL BOARD—Brand-new fiber board, 3c per
sq. ft.; new fireproof rock board. 3'yc per sq.
ft. Sidney JJ. Heehinger House Wrecking
Company. Camp Meigs. ssh and Florida ave.
n.e.: main office. 6th and C sts. s.w. Bolb
office*. Open until 5:30 pm.
SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAM
PLE FLOOR AND COUNTER CASES AT *
SPECIAL PRICES. "BUY AT THE FAC
TORY.” RUSE A CO.. 808 LOW ST.. BALTI
MORE. Ml).
FURNITURE—We open your eyes when you
have looked at these handsome new bedroom,
dining room. Hying room davenport and reed
suite* and ask the price. Handsome long 3-
pieee mohair davenport suites, *165; 3-piece
overstuffed tapestry suite. *BS: 3-piece cane
living room suite. *8; 3-piece tapestry living
room suite. *35. See this handsome two-tone
bedroom suite, eomplatc. *167.50. See tips
handsome 10-piece dining room suite. *1R7.50
See this handsome 3-piece reed suite and tabic.
$65. Sec fhi* handsome long davenport reed
suite and table. *135, Compare priees and
quality anywhere and sec the money wc save
you. Handsome American walnut vanities.
*42.50; dresser*. *37 50: large, fine pieces Kec
our foil line of handsome used dressers, chif
fonier*. chifforobes. chairs, desks, bookcases,
extra buffets, tables, china olooets and dining
chairs. Sec our handsome lieds. cols, mai- *
tresses and pillows before you bur one. See
our single and double day beds. *25. *35 and
*BO. A full line of all kinds of tables, floor
lamps, portieres, screens, fine living room
chairs, kitchen cabinets, tables, refrigerators,
hall seats, mirrors of all kind. Porch, cottago
and seashore pieces. Dresser*, chest of draw
ers. chiffoniers, chifforobes. mahogany section
bookcases—in fact everything you need to fit
up the home. Why waste time running around
when you can come and get Just what you
■want for half the price elsewhere? This is
the place to do business.
THE BARGAIN HOUSE,
2453-55 18th N.W.
Open Evenings. ,
Phone Adams 4309 J
LUNCHROOM TABLES (81. 48 inches long
20 mahogany bentwood chairs; 5 gal. coffee
urn; 6-ft. counter showcase. 14-ft counter
_ HERBERT’S. 814 G ST N.W.
TYPEWRITERS—Underwoods. *25: Royals.
*23; Remingtons. *25: L. C. Kmith. *25: Mon
arch. *25: Corona with case, (25; Oliver. *10;
Remington No. 8. *lO. The above typewrilera
have been thoroughly overhauled and we guar
antee to keep In repair for one year from date
of sale. We take old typewriters as part pay
ment. We can sell you a any
make. *5 down and *5 per month. We lyplir
and rebuild all makes of type writ era. lAt u»
make you an estimate on oyerhanling youlvid
typewriter. We sell all makea of typewliier
ribbons. 50 centa each. _ V,
FEDERAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, ,
715 H Bt. N.W. Main 7874. *
*BO INTERNATIONAL Correspondence School
tuition: will sell for *4O: can be transferred
to anybody and anything you wish to take up.
Call Adams 5857 to 9 a.m. or 6to 7 p.m. 18*
OFFICE FURNITURE
FROSI U. B. GOV’T.
—including decks, safes, file cabinets, lockers,
chairs, tkble*. stands, ledgers, etc., at less
than coat to manufacture.
WASHINGTON SALVAGE CO..
Furniture Dept.,
ENGAGEMENT RING.
Baautifnl white diamond act la platinum;
no dealer; *223; an extraordinary bargain. Ad
dreas only Box 86-A, care of The Evening Star.
BE WISE.
3-piece blue velour overstuffed living room
suite; reversible cushions: cost. *200; sell *135.
Standard. 518 10th n.w.
RADIO AND EQUIPMENT.
AERIAL* erected according to District regu
lations: low in price: high in quality; satisfar
tiuu guaranteed Kennedy. Col. 4613-W. 24*
WKBTIXGHOUBK, 3 new tubes, new storage f
A battery, 90 volts; B battery; Mualc Matter
horn: *65. 904 French st. n.w.. 7 p.m. *
RADIO WIRING; antennas constructed ac
cording to District reflations; prompt nerv
ier ; moderate prices, fall Mr. DAVtS, 004.
5222-W o- Adams 45H. •

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