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CIRCULARS PROHIBITED Til order to protect its adver tisers from receiving circular niat ter, it is expressly understood and agreed that all such matter will be withheld, as far as possible, by The Star. Only bona fide answers to advertisements to box numbers in care of The Star Will be delivered to advertisers on presentation of the box number ticket. HELP— MALE. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN., experi enced and responsible. F. P. Pyio. ArclU tect. 707 Evans Bldg. i l— MECHANICS, three. at onre. Mr. Dunk. Auto Sales Co.. 1711 14th at. n.w. AUTOMOBILE STRIPER and finisher: Rood pay. Apply Dehco Plant, 1724 Kaloramajra. BOOKKEEPERS; now - to work in span* time doing accounting work, who ua'e successfully completed or half-way <c ? m , pletcd a oouroe in accountancy: wtatp wnai courw studied, jutp. addr#»»*: all o°mjnani c&tion* confidential. Address Box * T Ptar office. i"! _ . BOY—Uam trade. M. Kapneek Electric Co., 732 11th st. n.w. _ BOY with wheel to run errands. Apply Baltimore Optical Co.. 1324 Eye st.. second floor. BOY. white, to work in men’s clothin* furnishings store. Phil Bobys Co.. <in r_v*\ „ BUTCHER wanted, first class only: must be all-around man in store and willing worker; Wat references required: no other reed apjoly. 3315 Connecticut ace, n.w. CARPENTERS. 2 first-class mechanics all Summer joh. 124 D st. s.e. 1~ CHAJUFFEUR. white, reliable rnaji; no incumt>rances. Address Box 2<4-T. Star oflßee. 1" AFFEURS wanted, hustlers, with past Xxpencn. e. who can produce: all cabs equipped with 4-wheel brakes and self starters. See Mr. Lettow or Mr. Keyes. Premier Cab Co.. Inc., room 340. Munsey Bid x. 1-* CHAUFFEURS for taxicabs at Metropolitan Cldb. Apply S. Altman i cab stand). l<th find H sts. 13* CHAUFFEUR, competent: private family: references. 508 Wilkins Bldg. * CHEF for new cafeteria and short order with fifty chairs: 530 pe- week and com mission to right man; must work long and ssplit hours for advancement. Col. 0054. CLERK in grocery and meats. 600 E st. P.e. 12* COOK, for tugboat; white or colored. Smoot Sand A Gravel Corp. 3020 K st n.w. COUNTER mXjT white; for lunchroom. 935 D st. n.w. * DECK HAND for sand dreiige: white. Smoot Sand and Gravel Corp. 3020 K st. n.w. Dentist wanted at once: must tie regis tered: operative work only; no night work: permanent position. Dr. .t, K. Freiot, 407 .th st, n.w,. Washington, D. C. Driver for established routes: must be hustler: experienced given preference. Ap- Jfiy at once, Washington Laundry. 27th and ELECTRICIANS. 3. experienced uireman. must come highly rei-ommended. M. Kap neck Electric Co., 732 11th n.w. • EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR, with motor vehicle: part time: liberal guarantee. Ad dress Box 232-T. Star ofTnv*. 11* FIREMAN for small dredge, white. Smoot Sand A Gravel Corp. 3020 K st. n.w. FIXTURE MEN. 2. experienced. M. Kap neck Electric Co.. 732 11th n.w. * FURNITURE FINISHER, first-class, steady work, good wages, 1003 E st. n.w. * GARAGE MANAGER—Give enure experiem-e with references: state age and salary expect ed. Address Box 123-S, Star office, GARDENER, married: house furnished: no smoking: recommendations. 2200 16th st. Henderson. 11 * GLAZIER, union. Apply Geo. M. Barker Co.. 649 New Tork avc. n.w. INSTALLMENT COLLECTOR, experienced. Apply 703 7th n.w. MAN. educated: life insurance, whole or part time: large returns. Aduress Box 496-M. Star office. MAN. white, to help on farm. 1126 Spring road. 12* MAN Sr WIFE, to take care of golf club house and grounds. Address Box 2<2-T, Star office. * MAN to work at gasoline service station: must be steady and reliable:, salary and commission. Apply Columbia Oil Co.. Ross lyn. Va.. bet. 5 and B p.m. MAN—Old-established national bank has opening for ambitious mau to assist in se curing new accounts. See Mr. Ellis. 10 to 12 a.m., 730 Bond Bldg. MEN. two. for permanent sales work: $22 and bonus: experience not absolutely neces sary ; advancement. Apply 3to 5 p.m. 303 District Natl. Bank, B.'dg. MESSENGER—SmaII boy: salary. SB. Ad dress Box 275-T. Star office. OFFICE BOT. about 14 or 15 years old. Apply Mr. Harper at E. F. Droop Sc Sons Co. PAINTERS, union, two. Apply 13i7 Ran dolph st. n.w. PAINTERS and paperhangers—Four wanted at once. J. Hulin. 415 w - Col. 2375. PAPEBHANGERS. 5. good pay. steady work: bring tools. The Decorative Shop. 3553 Georgia ave. PAPERHANGERS. Carow, 1011 H st. n.w. PAPERHANGERS wanted at once. Phila delphia Dee. Co.. 811 9th n.w. PATENT DRAFTSMAN. Room 7. 639 F at. n.w. 11* PERSON, experienced, reliable, to open din ing room: best residential Business section. North 680. PLUMBERS and steamfitters. non-union: good wages. Apply at once. Address Box 152-T. Star office. REGISTERED PHARMACIST. for relief work, in Maryland. Address Box 257-T. Star office. 11* SALESMAN, ambitious. I-etween 25 and 40. to enter life insurance profession: instruc tion given two nights a week for six weeks: earn while learning: contract will be given those who qualify; one of the largest com panies: competent instructor: tell us about yourself in first letter. Address Box 249-R. Star office. SALESMAN, junior: office specially, with na tionally known corporation: $25 wk. salary to start: promotion for one willing to_can x ass and work hard. Address Box 1 h-T, Star office 11* SHOE SALESMAN—Experienced, at once; references. 2479 18th st. n.w. * SODA DISPENSERS —Exp. with ref. Alla hand's Pharmacy. 2035 R. I. ave. n.e. *_ "YOUNG MAN. over 18 years, for soda foun tain work; bring reference. Apply 14th and Pa. ave. Cigar store. *_ "YOUNG MAN. between 25 and 35. with tales ability; salary, commission and bonus. Address Box 2H2-T. Star office. *_ "YOUNG MEN —Two, neat appearing. 18 to ‘l3. travel, advertising work. $26 per week and commission. Apply M-. Bissett, 310 3rd it. n.w, 13* MAX, middle aged, for gasoline station. Apply Penn Oil Co., 3rd and Md. ave. s.w., at 10 a.m. [Tuesday. WHITE BOYS. About years old Tor GENERAL USEFULNESS Bround store: boys of good character and energy who desire to go ahead. Address Box 185-T. Star office. PRESSERS on Hoffman press ing machines; must be experi enced in both men’s and Ivomen’s work; furnish best ref erences as to character and ability. Apply The Hoffman Co., 1530 Penna. ave. s.e. PLUMBERS, NON-UNION; PERMANENT JOBS FOR COMPETENT MEN. APPLY BETWEEN 10 AND 12 A.M. AND 4 AND 5 P.M., OPERA TIVE BUILDERS’ ASSOCIA TION, 205 COMMERCIAL NAT’L BANK BLDG. BATTERY MAN’S ASSIST ANT. WITHERBEE BAT TERY CO., 14th AND N. 11* SALESMAN, v OPPORTUNITY FOR 10 NEAT-APPEARING, HON EST MEN TO SELL HOUSE HOLD ARTICLE OF EX CEPTIONAL MERIT; LIB ERAL COMMISSION; NO COMPETITION: NEVER BEFORE INTRODUCED INTO WASHINGTON; .ONLY REAL HUSTLERS NEED APPLY. SEE MR. PATTERSON, KAY JEWEL RY CO., 407 7th Sf. N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C.' _ help-male and female. . MEN AND WOMEN-—ls you fed capable of \ earning SIOO weekly gelling real estate, call 4 and see us. Free office space, telephone and stenog. service. Our salesmen average over 65.000 a year: need not interfere with pres ent employment ta start. A. M. Sheppa.d. CIO Bond Bldg. HIGH LIGHTS OF HISTORY The Dismay of the Patriots. BY J. CARROLL MANSFIELD It • —.I ..... —— -.it 1..,.... ' 11. |m, .. 5M5. 1 £& into "Pennsylvania withthe British atwis Fa m the meantime General dee hal> marches armv oust at that time we might have JJn spite op the gloomy outlook, Congress HEEIS.TME AMERICAU CAUSE SEEMED DOOMED • ixno MEW JERSEY TO OPERATE INDEPENDENTLY . IHE WAR . BUT THE BRITISH LEADER. PREFERRED GAVE GENERAL WASHINGTON A VOTE OP GOWFID - Confusion rbisned in Philadelphia as the * ’His hem soon began deserting him to join 70 the winter in new yorh and con - ehce with full powers to do as, he saw fit REDCOATS DREW NEAR, THE SHOPS CLOSED, MANY Os ITe L T^TE * HIMSEI - E SV o ”> E,a,Ne THE TOWNSPEOPLE FLED AND CONGRESSWMOMEfc 77”1 4GTON AND LEE,HIMSELF, FELL INTO THE "REBELS" who would SUBMIT S OOM JUSTIFIED THIS BELIEF IN HIS ABILITY - TO BALTIMQPF P> ND R HANDS OP A BRITISH PATROL AND WAS MADE THinKimS THE PATRIOT CAUSE WAS LOST, lA<LJ nei O o A PRISONER. (£D.H3SfY McCUA*. NtwWg-a svwaicxfC 7-500 America MS ACCEPTeD HOWE'S TERMS. 'TOHORJIOVJ - WASHINGTON CROSSES THE PBLAWAfte, ' INSTRUCTION COURSES. ANOTHER STUDENT SAYS: “I MADE $135 Ist month I April) out of your school. ’• Short courses; high standards: grad uates best paid. Pos. for grad, or refund. BOYD SCHOOL, 1338 G st. M. 2876. 26* AUTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELf given. Call Line. 82. VTe do the rest. HEAUTY CULTURE—MabeIIe Honour’* School has room for three more students at special rates. Washingtons only exclusive school of beauty culture. Practical expe rience guaranteed. Suite 310-311, Burchell Bldg., 817 14th st. Phone Fr, 51,'t1. • EASY. FASCINATING. SHORT COURSE” TO liarn, telephone switchboard operating: new class forming May 18: enroll now. Oxford Bldg., cor. 14th bet. N. Y. ave. and H. GOD GAVE MAN FIVE SENSES— Touch. Taste. Sight. Smell and Hearing. THE SUCCESSFUL MAN Has Two More—Horse and Common. Now is a good time to begin a course that will fit you for life’s duties. You will never regret a course in our school. Thousands say it placed them on the road to success. Cali, write or telephone It is better to call. WOOD’S SCHOOL, Established 1885. BUSINESS INSTRUCTION! PREPARE NOW FOR CIVIL SERVICE~EX"- ammations soon to he held. Special prepara tion for typist, stenographer-typist and clerk promotion SpeHal evening sessions. Register at once. Strayer Collere. 721 13th. M. 3430. LEARN BARBER TRADE; Quick. Prepare for big Spring, Summer *Ush. Big pay. dean, easy work. Steady job year around Write Tri-City Barber School, 817 E. Baltimore st.. Baltimore. Md. Civil Service Examinations. Special course for stenographer-typist ex aminations. 5 days and 5 nights each wk. Tuition, $5 per mo New classes beginning this week at greatly reduced tuition rate for post office exam., for police force, for firemen and general clerical Begin today. The Civil Service Preparatory School, s.e. cor 12th and F n.w Ph. Fr, 2080. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. A BETTER class stenog. typist, bookkeeper, clerical help: free registration. Main 2876 City Employment Service. 1338 G st n.w. 26* COOKS, kitchen maids, waitresses. Gentle woman’s League. 1624 H st. n.w. HELP all kinds. 2004 ftth st. n.w. Poto mac 1150. Home Employment. Strayer Employment Service. Operate! by Strayer Collejre for its students and craduates. Good business ikjsitions pro cured for all that are qualified. NO FEES. 7*~!1 Thirteenth St. Mam 3430. BUS IN ESS POS ITIONS—Free Oration Washington Employment Exchange; operated lor the public by the Washington School for Secretaries. NO CHARGE UNLESS YOU ARE PLACED. Room 213, Transportation Bldg.. 17th and H. HELP—FEMALE, COUNTER GIRLS, two. white, experienced. for cafeteria, 1303 H st. n.w. * DANCERS, musicians (stringed instruments i. dramatic talent on percentage basis: experi enre unnecessary: talent absolutely essential. Associated American Artists’ Studio. 1616 H st. n.w.. hours. 11 a.m. to 4 p m and 6:30 8 p.m. 11* LADY for drug store and fountain. Conti nental Pharmacy, 422 N, Capitol. * MARCEL WAVERS—-Beauty parlor work; ladles, colored. Phone Adams 4463. 11 * NURSEMAID, to care for two children: good salary*: referemes wanted. Cleveland 1471. SEAMSTRESS—CapabIe. Protestant: must tie neat and orderly. Address Box 41-T. Star office. SOLICITOR—Must be experienced: telephone only.. Apply at onee. Baehrsch. Inc.. 1327 F st.'n.w. WOMAN, capable, experienced as caretaker of small children in institution. Protestant. Address Box 42-T, Star office. WOMAN —Permanent position open to neat white woman who can . are for ladies’ ward robe and keep hotel suite in order and go to Adirondack resort June to November. Anplv Hotel Gordon. WOMEN for canvassing new beauty products widely advertised: commission basis only. Call from 2:30 to o’p.m. Henry. Room 30. 1301 G st. n.w. 12* SALESWOMEN —Experienced millinery saleswomen for per manent and part-time position. Creeron Millinepy Co., 614 12th st. n.w. SALESLADIES. OPPORTUNITY FOR 10 NEAT-APPEARING SALES LADIES TO SELL HOUSE HOLD ARTICLE OF EX CEPTIONAL MERIT; LIB ER A L COMMISSION: NO COMPETITION; NEVER BEFORE* INTRODUCED INTO WASHINGTON; ONLY REAL HUSTLERS NEED APPLY. SEE MR. PATTERSON, KAY JEWEL RY CO., 407 7th ST. N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. SALESLADY for ladies’ ready to-wear store ; thoroughly ex perienced ; permanent. 3111 M st. n.w. SALESLADIES —Only experi enced ; ladies’ ready-to-wear. Marvin’s. 734 7th. MARCELLERS; experts and all-around operators wanted; only those who have worked in high-class shop need apply. Office, M. Brooks & Co., 1109 PRESSERS, fancy, able to han dle finest pleated work of all kinds; competent, well recom mended people only considered; good pay, long season. Apply The Hoffman Co., 1520 Penna. ave. s.e. HELP—DOMESTIC. ~ COOK—house worker, small family: refer ence. Call mornings. 1736 Columbia rd. n.w.. Apt. 111. * COOK for small boarding house; good wages. 1335 15th n.w, • COOK and general housework. Apt. 33. the Dresden. COOK, settled colored woman, to go away a little later on. Call after 7 p.m. 215 Bth st. s.w. * COOKING and housework in new, neat home: family Os six: no laundry: comfortable room: excellent wages. Address Box 184-T. Star office. 11* GIRL, colored, neat, for washing, ironinr and general housework: must have reler ences. Apply 1501 Vamum st. n.w. GIRJ ; colored, wanted to mind baby. 1228 7th st. n.w, , WOMAN, reliable, colored, for general house work and care two children; $lO per week. 61 Ellersor ave.. opposite Baptist Church. Clarendon, Va. 12* WOMAN white, to nurse two children and assist with housework: stay nights: must have good reference: salary, S6O a month. Apply in person. 511 Webster st. n.w. COOK —Must be thoroughly competent and experienced; permanent position and good wages for proper party. Apply this evening in person. Apt. 503, 2700 Connecticut ave. * THK EVENING STAR* WASHINGTON, i). <J M MONDAY, MAY 11, 1925, SITUATIONS—MALE. ACCOUNTANT - BOOKKEEPER. graduate, five years’ experience as aivountant-offii-e manager, seeks lermanent position with re liable firm; references furnished. Address Box 270-T. Star office. 12* ACCOUNTANT—WiII install books, give weekly or monthly statements of your busi ness; also keep several small sets of books. Address Box 176-T, Star office. 12* CHAUFFEUR, colored, desire# position* ref erence. Frank. 2542. 13* CHAUFFEUR—Experienced: reference: pri vate family: any make car. Apply 1625 10th st. n.w. 11* GARAGE MANAGER. 8 years' experience, desires position: best of reference: will leave town. Address Box 150-T, Star office. 11* HOUSEMAN or janitor, experienced; ref ecences. Wm. F. Webster. Venaome, 3d and Pa. ave. 13* NIGHT WATCHMAN, by reliable middle aged white man. in bank, office bldg., apart ment house, store or construction work. A. R T., 1207 Eye st. RADIO OPERATOR, expert. retail and w holesalc experience, open , for connection. Columbia 2106, 11* UTILITY MAN. while, has good references. 1132 10th n.w. 13* WINDOWS CLEANED. 10c. 15c each; Frank -liiij4ol4. Maya. 11 SITUATION’S—MALE. FEMALE. BUTLER and cook: both experienc'd: pri vate family; can drive any make car. North 2064-J. n* _ JANITOR—Man and wife want a small apt. to care for in exchange for nice quarters. Call Main 8681. SITUATIONS^—FEMALE. ~~ LEGAL STENOGRAPHER, expert, desires first-class position: highest local re<-om memiations; 10 years’ experience. Address Box 217-T, Star office, 12* MARCEL WAVER, cxfienenced. aemres t>er manent evening employment. Address Box 214-T, Star office 11 * NURSE—Practical for sick, or chambermaid in small family, by middle-aged lady. 232 12th sc PART-TIME WORK desired by expert ste nographer. Address Box 192-T. Star offl.-e. STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST, general otli<-e ex periencp; $lB week. Line. 924-W. 11* TYPIST, with knowledge of stenography and general office work, desires position in local offire; now employed: t>cst of references: in terview on request. Address Box 201 -T. Star office. u* SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC, APARTMENT TO CLEAN or day's work. ! Call Columbia P798-W after 5. 11* COOKING, plain, and general housework for colored girl. 2235 10th st. n.w, DAY S WORK or gentle housework of any kind. Phone North 367. 437 O st. n.w. DAY’S WORK of any kind; young colored girl, 1337 C st. n.e. 13* EVENING WORK —Girl wants place J 330 U st.. Apt. 5. GENERAL HOUSEWORK: home nlghta. 2025 11th st. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, by neat colored woman, small orivate family. 1348 T st. n.w.. 2nd floor. 15* GIRLS. 2. as mothers' helpers: colored. 501 Fla, ave. n.w. Phone Pot. 3097. * GIRL, all-around house girl; half grown. 1143 22nd st. n.w. GIRL, reliable colored girl wants general housework in small iamily. 1608 lUh st.. n.w, GIRL, colored, wants morning work or wash- ing_ to take home. 1323 W st. n.w. HOUSEWORK, general, by young girl. 1700 V st. n.w, LAUNDRY to take home. 47 0 *t. n.w” Apt. 2, • LAUNDRY" WORK to take home. 2410 N st EaUNDRESS. first-class, wants washes take home. Phone Mam 8245. 428 New York ave. i c* LAUNDRY WORK to take home; city ref erenee. North 2064-J. 12* LAUNDRESS, first class, wants work to bring home. 2920 Sherman ave. Adams 4022. LAUNDRY—Washing and ironing: open-air drying: call for and deliver. Franklin 9631. PART-TIME WORK, by a reliable colored woman. North 7531. • PLACE away with family for Summer. 2311-A Champlain st. n.w. WOMAN. ; colored. wants place, general housework: stay nights; reference*. 416 Riggs st. n.w. WOMAN wants place in private family: city ref. 1868 Bth st. n.w. * WOMAN, colored, wishes evening work. 2324 Pth ’it. n.w. ~ WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS! AUTO TRAILER (campingl; describe fully, price, etc. Forrest T. Athey, Ballston. Va. BOOKS—BOOKS—BOOKS—AII kinds. PBring them in” or phone about large lots. Frank. 5416. Pearlman's Book Shop. 933 Gn w. CABINET SAFE—State price, make, con dition. etc. Fred S. Gichner. 1214 D st. n.w. Main 2910. CAMERAS, tools of every kind, field glasses, shotguns: anything you have to sell. Groce’s. 11th and E n.w. Ph. Frank 833 or postal. CLOTHING—-Will call in my unlettered au tomobile. *city or suburbs, and pay you high est prices for ladies’, gentlemen'*, children’* discarded clothing of all descriptions. Ad dress postal or phone. I will call. W. Bice. 1332 7th st. n.w. North 1756. CLOTHING i men s used). We are. by the way, very popular in this city. It's our high cash down offers. Will surely pay to deal with us. We can use all the suits, over coats, pts.. shoes, etc., you have. Auto calls. Main 4145, Justh's Old Stand. 619 D st. n.w. CLOTHING—Highest prices paid for men'* and ladies' second-hand clothing. Potomac 2340; l CLOTHES—WiII pay highest prices for la dies’ and men’s worn clothes. Write or phone D. Stein. 1308 7th st. n.w, Ph. N. «P 9. DIAMONDS, jewelry and old gold, for cash: no delays. Alvin HofTa. diamond broker. 918 F st. n.w.. Rooms 17 and 18, M. 6458, FEATHER BEDS and furniture: best prices paid. Square Deal Furniture Co.. 601 Eye st. n.w. Phone Main 5836. FURNITURE—It you want to ret full value for your furniture Sc household good*, call Ideal Furniture Co. M. 2608. 610 La. ave. FURNITURE and household goods of all kind for highest cash prices. Call J. E. Herroll. 434 10th st. n.w. Main 7100, 11* FURNITURE—Cash for desirable furniture; contents of houses a specialty: al»o pianos, store fixtures and showcases wanted. Just call Main 3006 and you will get the best re sult*; FURNITURE—If you have any furniture or other goods to sell, and you want to obtain best results, send for Louis Notes. 421 10th sL n.w. Phone Franklin 2015. FURNITURE enough for an 8-room house. Call M. 2506. FURNITURE of all kinds wanted; best price* paid. Capital Furniture Co.. 490 La. ave. n.w.. or phone Franklin 10207. FURNITURE, all kinds; pianos, store and office equipment. Call me belore selling. Line. 9901. FURNITURE. ODD PIECES. AND COM pletc sets wanted for 2 8-room houses. Adams 6019. FURNITURE—We buy household furniture and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor age. Sachs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D sis, n.w. Main 6306. FURNITURE—Xf you want to obtain best results for your furniture and other mis cellaneous. csll Mr. Shaptrq. 600 Louisiana ave. n.w. Franklin 3785. FURNITURE anti household goods wanted: you will feel satisfied with prices I pay. 8. Wfjgenberg. 416 10th st, n.w. Main 9276. FURNITURE, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M. 1282 for wagon or have me call. ‘‘Wenchler,” 920 Pa. ave. n.w. GEARHART KNITTING MACHINE—Must be in good order. 1749 Church st. n.w. GOLD, silver, wstches. diamonds and old tewelry needed in our manufacturing dept. full cash value paid, Sellnger’s. 818 F st. OLD GOLD —Brtng In your old gold, stiver, platinum, diamonds: also discarded jewelry. We need them in our manufacturing Dept. Will pay highest prices. A. Kahn. Inc., 935 F st. OLD GOLD, silver, diamonds. Jewelry: One. beautiful piece# especially. A. F. Arnold, 1823 G st. n.w. Main 8173. TRAILER, five-ton. with dump body, for Fordson tractor. Address Box 28-T, Star office. 11* WANTED —Upright piano or player-piano. Phone Franklin 5394, 12* WHEELS—One pair dual wheels for Fgi3* son tractor. Address Box 27-T, Star nffles. PERSON AI,. FIRST-CLASS COLORED PAINTER WILL do your work. Address Box 181-T. Star office. 12* HOMEMADE BREAD. BUCH AS ROLLS, biscuits and cakes, can be had for break fasts. luncheons, teas and dinners. Lincoln 5211, 11*^ FACIAL HAIR PERMANENTLY REMOVED. sl. MARIE STEVENS, elec, needle exp.. 20 years’ exp. 309 Kresge Bldg . 11th and^G. BOARD—WHOLESOME FOOD. MOTHER care given children while parents are em ployeo. 819 Farragut st. n.w. 11* ANNA LEE. LEADING ENGLISH MAS seuse and physieultunst for building up. reducing, nerves, circulation, pains, etc.: now rei-onnected with Henry, masseur to so yiety, Fr. 9249. 16* _ YOUNG LADY WISHES ENGAGEMENTS as companion to shut-ins and children, eve nings. or will travel. North 3262-J. H* LEGAL AID FURNISHED WORTHY PEO~ pie without money. Apply ORIN BUNDY. Lawyer. Room 616. 1406 G. Phone Franklin 9102-J, 16* WEIGHT SAFELY A RAPIDLY REDUCED, w'onderful French method used: special rates to employed ladies DR DELLA LEDKN DECKER, D C- 1737 P st. n.w. Fr 8849. A GRADUATE IN EI.ECT’C’Y WILL GIVE you scientific treatment: excessive weight re duced by new methods. Phone Pot. 1447. MIRACLE OF BEAUTY —“HENRY’S Krein-h-Greck oil for developing rounded limbs, neck and perfect figure. Free adviee for self use. Also Henry's elixir for reduc ing Henry, masseur to society at residence only. Pans graduate. Physical traiuins for professional dancing, athletics, etc. Frank. 9249, Room 30, 1301 G st. n w. 11* ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS. NEURITIS, poor circulation 1 to 8 p.m. 318 Kresge Bldg. Franklin 3747-J. GRA< E NASH. N. D. FAT. CONSTIPATION. NERVOUSNESS', fallen arches, high blood pressure treated by m.v drugless method DAVID'S PHYSI CAL CULTURE STUDIO. Emile Bldg . 1221 Conn. ave. n.w. Write or phone. Main 4160. Sunday. 12 to 6: daily. 9 to 6. NURSE WILL GIVE EVERY < ABE TO IN 'alids and convale*<erits in her own home: vicinity Du non t Circle. Phone North 3107. WE PA Y $2 TO *lO FOB MEN'S—LADIES’ suits, overcoats Our prices tor old clothes, all kinds are the highest. WASH. CI-OTH ING EXCHANGE. Phone M. 3378. 633 D n w RKCQMMKMIKI) SKRVICK. The following buHiness concerns guarantee satisfaction to Star readers. Any complaint found nec essary to be made to The Star will receive prompt attention. For admission to Recommended Serv ice Column call Main 6000, Branch 115. AERIALS ERECTED, eets installed and re paired by experts; all work guaranteed: esti mates given free. Kennedy s. Adams 295. AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED. Fenders straightened. By expert. Low prices. iDnve right in. no psrkmc limit.) French Rartia tor Sc Fender Co.. 1405 Q st. n.w 14* AUTO REFLECTORS SILVER PLATED. 52.60: brass beds, relaccuered: auto nickel plating: nickelplating and repairing. Acme Plating Co.. 1227 D st. n.w. Main 9697. BOXSPRINGS. MATTRESSES Before the Spring rush i-omes. Let us ren ovate yours. Right price* and prompt serv ice assured. EAOLE BEDDING CO.. 1123 7th *t. n.w. Phone M. 7992. BUILDING CONTRACTORS and builders: glassed-in porches and screens, gen. repamne Blankenship" Bros., 426 H st. n.w. Fr. 3217. BUILDERS and house repairs. Neat, quick work. Call CRUIT Shop 5628 Ga avc Col 6537, Res, phone Anama 6128 20* CARBON BURNING. 30c cylinder, owner to remove plugs and wires casting, steel ano aluminum welded properly: ali work guar anteed. M. M. Coleman. 207 12th st. n.w. Phone M 4598. CARPENTER—Doing nothing but and repair work for 15 years. Prices and work manship will please. Fr. 7344—any time. 13* CARPETS AND RCGS CLEANED, repaired, stored. A. Sc P. Rug Co., offices. 2304 Pa. ave. n.w.—2409 18tli st. n.w. West JOS. I CHAIR CANING. UPHOLSTERING. RE pairing: A-I work: lowest, pnees Ltn. 7285. Lin. 8989. L. L. Bailey, 211 Pa. ave s.e. CHAIRS CANED, upholutcred: porch rock ers splinted C. A. ARMSTRONG. 1233 10th st. n.w. Franklin 7483. CHIFFONIERS (21. eojonial antique ma hogany sideboard 1913 Eye st p. w. 13* COMBUSTION FUEL OIL BURNER heating. Lowest priced complete automatic heating service. Burns cheapest fuel oii. Noiseless. Odorlea*. Sole distributor. J B. GUERIN, heating and plumbing. 412 E. Cap. st. Line. 3417. ELECTRIC WlßlNG—Economize with us on wiring and fixtures: 12 months to pay. Economy Electric Co., n.w. cor. Bth and I sts. Main 7747. mr2l * ELBCTRIC WIRING—Fa-”Miller”-ize- your self with our better grade of house wiring and electrical fixtures. See some of the work we have put in for your aeigbbors. We gladly give references and terms if desired. Our representative will call at your convenience and furnish you an estimate on an economi cal wiring job that will satisfy. Call Main 2757 or Frank. 10469 GEO. F. MILLEP. ELECTRIC CO.. 903 New Y'ork aye. ELECTRIC WIRING—Take advantage of our monthly-payment plan. Fixtures, wiring and street conduit with 100% service. Quality and satisfaction. Tail at store and »3ve money. Open evenings. Penn Electric Co.. 911 9th n.w. Main 612. 12* EXCAVATTNO AND HAULING—SmaII ex cavating and heavy hauling; prompt service: low rates. 1112 9th. Main 923: night. Col. 4 J£L my 15 * EXTERIOR PAINTING: steeplejack: R. B. Alexander. 603 F st. n.w. Phone Franklin 753. 11* FLOORS LAID, scraped and finished, old floors renovated. MODERN FIXKIR CO.. Adam* 5213, 1409 Belmont st. n.w. 11 * _ FLOORS—ELECTRIC MACHINE and hand' finishing: efficient: reasonable: reliable serv iee, R. E. NASH. 2371 9th st. Col. 4231. FLOORS NEW FLOORS LAID. OLD floors renovated: electric machine or hand work. Fr. 6524 day. Fr. 2827 evenings. J. C, PRICE. 1120 sth st. n.w. FLOORS—Resurfacing, machine and hand work: shellacing, waxing, polishing, varntsh ilic reasonable. Bishop Bros.. Col. 2456 FURNlTUßE—Furnishings here will save you 50%; high-grade furniture: slip covers, draperies, etc. 1721 Conn. ave. Home Beau tifiil. Incorporated. FURNITURE REPAIRED. UPHOLSTERED and refinished. Special attention given to rp finishing antique furniture and pianos. Fttr niture store and factory experience. WETHERILL. 1619 Wis. ave. n.w. W. 651. l 16* FURNITURE RUBBED UP. made to look like new. at your home. Furniture Repair Shop. 1112 Bth st. n.w, Franklin 6094, 11* r ’URNITUBE REPAIRING and remodeling. Screens to order. Upholstering. Puritan Wood working Co.. 608 sth st. n.w. Main 6719.14* FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED rep’d: slip covers made. Est. cheerfully given. Return ed free. TITTENSOR, 1424 Bth n.w, N. 7702. HATS—Panama and straw hats cleaned, bleached and blocked, by pxperts. VIENNA HAT CO- 410 11th st, n.w. INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING, papering and roof nainting, reasonable. Work done immediately. Phone Franklin 753. Alex ander Decorating Co.. 603 F st n.w. 12*_ JOB PLASTERING by experienced mechanic: reasonable prices, prompt service. Cement work of all kinds. Franklin 7014. 12* JOB PLASTERING and cement work of all kinds, by experienced man: Franklin 9822. 13* KEYS DUPLICATE KEYS. 25 CENTS: made while you wait. Turner Sc Clark. .1233 N. Y. ave. n.w. Basement. Fr. 3005. LAWN MOWER REPAIRING; PARTS FUR nished. Power and hand mowers for sale. Tel. Fr. 7707. C. F. ARMIGER. 303 13th n.w. MATTRESS Making—Mattresses renovated for S 3. Try us: work guaranteed. Columbia Bedding Co.. 616 E st. n.w. Phone M. 5528. 16* MATTRESSES Sc PILLOWS RENOVATED, down comforts recovered: reasonable. North 10146. IDEAL BEDDING CO.. 1524 7th n.w. PAINTING Have your painting done now; best workmanship; quick service: it will pay you to call Hyatts. 808-F-23. M. 6651. PAINTING. PAPERHANGING. PLASTER ing. Reasonable prices. Get my prices first. J. Hulin, 415 R n.w. Pot. 2375. 14* PAINTING AND CARPENTERING reason able and honest. R. W. PEARCE. Lincoln 7548, 12* PAINTING. paperhanging: special low prices; give u# a trial. Thompson’s. 3413 Ga. ’ *vc. Columbia 8244. . 12* PAINTING—Outside work a specialty: mod erate prices: best of work and mate.: esti. cheerfully given. F. E. Taylor. Lin. 4367-J. RECOMMENDED SERVICE. (Continued.) . PAINTING—Now is the time to have that outside work done. Our pi ires are reason able. our work the best, cost within your reach. Phone Col. 2456. Call us. Bishop Bros. PRINTING—and this ad. 500 business '•arris, envelopes or statements. Open evc inngs. 039 F st. Franklin 4179-W. 12* I'M’KKHA N GIN G AND PA IN TING—S peci al pri'TH for this week only, average size room, scraping, cracks to !>e pointed and papered with polychrome paper and hinder for sl2: also interior and exterior painting at very low prices. Plastering a specialty. Work guaranteed, no delay. Decorate your homes and don’t worry about the cash: we will give you 10 months to pay: no interest Ask for estimates PHILADELPHIA DECORATING CO.. 817 Oth st. mw. Main 2236. 17* PAPERHANGING, rooms. $7.60 up: interior and extenor painting at low eat prices. Metro politan T>ec. Co.. 427 G nw. Ph Fr. 800. PAPERHANOI NO—ROOMS PAPERED. $3 ami up. A. T. GEORGE. 2534 11th st. n.w. Phone Adams 6087. PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING—Best work manship. prompt service. Phone Main 5070. Ghh.f Furniture < o . 1023 7th St. N.W. PIANO Tl'NlN'if, <2: pianos and players rebuilt and refinished by skilled workmen; Players installed. $175. Schaefej Sanderson Piano Co.. 644 H st. n.e. Line. 1057. REFRIGERATOR REPAIRING—-I>* me re pair your oJd refrigerator, good as new. M. ISIS. 803 Oth st n w Maui 7010. RI GS woven from olei worn «-an>ets that wear lifetime Old Laurel Eclipse, .200 A ottl »t. e.w. Franklin 3077. Je7• TRUNKS—The be*t place to get a trunk, bag or suit case repaired is 1109 14th st. tbw. Main 7923. TRUNK REPAIRING—MINTZ REPAIRS trunks, leather bags, ladies’ handbags. etc. Call or phone Mintz. 938 F st. Main 3688. TYPEWRITERS REBUILT, all makes; prices that will please you. repair any typewriter. < al 1 Ball. Main 20IP 605 6th st. n.w. WATERPROOFING. PITCHING, large or small jobs: guarantee to give satisfaction: reasonable. J. 11. Wright. Box 260. Station H Anacostia. D. C. 12* WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—GOOD quality opaque shades fitted to your win dow#*. 85c; the l>est quality of opaque shades. SI 15: hung free. We vrilf * all with samples. KT.FFW.ATT 11th and II sis. n_e Line. 879. WINDOW SHADES ANfi SCRf FNS—FREE estimates J. M BUTLER A SON. 2031 Nichols are, s.e. Linfoln 10123—bSbS8-J. BISINESS OrrORTl NITIES. PASTRY SHOP, tea room, wanted near Du pont Cirele; none in vicinity: nine, large, up-to-date store: only sdl>. 2131 P st. n.w. Col. 0465. _ FIRST-CLASS MEAT AND GROCERY store in tiest location in s.e. section, for sale reasonable; doing good business: owner in terested in other business. offer considered. 1501 A st. s.e. ; 11* WII.L SACRIFICE my grocery business. in cluding stock and fixtures: am forced to sell and will let go at very low figure. 1341 H st. ne. MEAT AND GROCERY STORE for sale at 723 Fia. are. n.w.: doinfr good business: owner interested in other business: will sell reasonable: offer considered. 11* CAFETERIA, extra flm equipments: located in' downtown wide-awake business section. Price $2,600. Owner will consoler payments Investigate this rare opportunity and sub mit offer. Address Box 47-T. Star office. GROCERY STORE—Owner very ill and must sell immediately: doing ex<ellenl business: will sacrifiee: store and six rooms: rood lease For inspection cn Saturday and Sun day. Telephone Franklin 5704 (southwest corner 3rd and K sts n.w.). or see Mr. Gruild. 301 McGill Bldg.. 008 G st. Frank lin 511(8 Monday. BI SINESS SACRIFICED, retirement due to h-.alth established groiery and delicatessen: valuable fixtures, stork: $450 cash. 63 Riggs Market P st. near 14th, 15* SHOEMAKER SHOP, completely equipped to do business fine locaUon. established busi ness; reasonable rent. Apply grocery store. 031 ISth st. ti.w 11* STORE. STOCK AND FIXTURES, all com plete, m small town. Furnished apt. over store. Will give 8-year lease. Rent. SSO mo Prn-e, $4,000. Money-maker to right party. Austin M Cooper. 820 11th st. n.w. Main 1332 COAL YARD—N.E. section, doing good busi ness; long lease; very -easonable; good rea son for selling. Add-ess Box 49-T. Star office IJL* ROOMING HOUSE, t-n rooms: near Public Library: rent. $42.50: income. $130: price. s*> 00. North 4408. 13* DELICATESSEN, established five years: cash will buy it very cheap; investigate. Col. 1*836. 16* MEAT anil groivry store, well established, fine location: will consider sale of building: owners leaving city. Inquire 1235 Longfel low. between 10 and 5. It* 13 ROOMS, h.-w.h.. rent. SBS terms. 14 rooms, h.-w.h., elec., 2 baths, rent, $75. lease. 11 rooms, h.-w.h.. rent. SOO. 24 rooms, h.-w.h., elec.. 5-year lease, bargain. 041 H n.w. Fr. 8537. * FOR RENT—Beautiful Dining rooms, best residental business location. North 680. FOR SAI.E OR RENT—Established busi ness. best location: shoemaker and tailor. Address Box 99-T. Star office. 12• FOR SALE—Established tailoring and hat business: excellent location. Address Box 101 -T. Star office. , 12• RELIABLE system of pattern making for dress cutting and ladies’ tailoring, for sale: copyricht. 300 sets of drafting aquares. with instruction books and plates: opportunity to establish and control sewing schools. Ad dress Box 471-S. Star office. 11 • ROOMING HOUSE for sale: $700: com pletely furnished: 14 rooms. 2 baths: all occupied: profit guaranteed from SIOO to $l4O per month: leaving city reason for selling. Address Box 216-T. Star office. 11* TAILOR SHOP located uptown, well equin lied: no better location: inspection invited: price. SI,OOO. MARSHALL BUSINESS BROKERS. »2» N. Y. Are. FOR SALE—Established beauty parlor: ex cellent location; very reasonable; owner retiring. Address Box 238-T. Star office^ DRUG STORE IN MARYLAND—Establlsh ed. profitable business: owner selling on account of health. Address Box 258-T. Star office; 11* . VEGETABLE STAND—No key money; act at once. Washington s most progressive resi dential market. Park View Market, Ga. ave. and Park rd Phone Col. 4950. ROOMING HOUSE. 12 rooms. 2 baths: in come $lB5 monthly; price, SBOO. Address Box 448-S. Star office. 11* CAFE, near 17th and Penna. ave.' good business: owner selling on account of health; fully equipped. „ , Rooming House, near 13th st. and Col. road.. 14 rooms; a.m.i.; rent with lease. $126 mo. $1,500. AUSTIN M. COOPER. Main 1332. 820 11th St. N.W. _ MARKET STANDS—Exten sive rebuilding, just completed, has created a number of desir able stands now available. Arcade Market, 14th st. near Park rd. RENT A STORE , In this new. fast growing section. 4837 GA. AVE. —for laundry, barber, shoemaker, radio, lunchroom or confectionery. Tins JOSEPH SHAPIRO COMPANY. 019 15th St. Franklin 1140. FOR* SAI,E—MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUE SETTEE, gold leaf; Windsor chairs, ice box. walnut dining suite. 10 pieces; walnut bedroom suite, twin beds, tea cart, overstuffed suite, blue: bed davenport, console, mirror, gateleg table, bridge lamp, secretary, painted screen, fireside chair, re fectory table, sl9: book trough: cash. Home Beautiful. 1725 Connecticut ave. ARMY HARNESS, new, tor 2 horse*. S3B. saddle. $5: leather halters. 75c. Large as sortment of new and used saddles and bridles, harness and collars, one-halt pri. Cogswell's. 220 11th st. n.w. BABY CARRIAGE—S7S; now $26. 714 11th st, s.e. 12* ®ABY CARK.AGE. reed. reasonable to quick buyer, 1820 California st. Apt. 11. * BED. SEMI-VANITY DRESSER and chifTo robe. mahogany; white ivory tied and chif fonier. Sacrifice. Call Cleve. 2520. 11* BED. brass, in perfect condition: baby car riage. sulky, crib: reasonable. 633 E st. n.e*. 12* BIC Vi L & B "7r? O J' *■ coasterbrake. $8; another one $5.50. 29 M st. n w •_ BUJUHNG MATERIALS—Joist, flooring. *p. d !*y“es. complete: door*, stair mate s eotl ? c fixtures, slate slab*, lath, stone &ills. fuw boxei, etc.; priced lev sBI rack #&le. Bth and D sts. i,v« • FOR SALE—MISCKMJVNEOL’S. (Continued.) BOOKS—Any book supplied, old or new. Bargain tables. Books bought, all kinds. Pearlman's Book Shop. 933 G st. n.w BEAMS—I beams, angles channels, 'i irons, plain and reinforcing bars and plate girdere (suitable for county bridges), steel trusses of 80-ft. spans. The largest selection in the city at the lowest pnee. stored at our Camp Meigs ground only. sth and Fla. ave. nr. BRICKS—At Camp Meigs only. 6th and Fla. CORRUGATED IRON—New. both galvanized and black, at lowest prices. Complete bill of materials—lumber, doors, sash and sheet iron—to build a garage may be purchaecd at our yards. PAlNT—Weathershield bouse paint, manu factured by Certain-teed Company, white and all other colors. *2.25 per gallon. Also barn, roof snd fence paint at sl.6s_per gallon. THE HECHINGER HOUSE WRECKING CO.. Camp Meigs. 6th and Fla. ave. northeast. Main office. 6th and C sis. southwest. Inspection invited until 5 30 o ra. 14 YEARS SAVING YOU MONEY ON BUILDING MA TERIAL HAVE ESTABLISHED THE GOOD WILL OF THE HECHINGER COMPANY. BUILDING MATERIALS—Save money on vour bouse, ham. chicken house, garage or porch. LUMBER- —Framing, siding, floor ing. sheathing, etc. New and reconditioned DOORS and SASH. Complete line of high grade new doors and aaeb. in many stand ard sizes and patterns, al prices below orig inal cost of manufacture. WALLBOARD plaster board and fiber board. Quality goods at low prh-es. ROOFING. Certain teed roll roofing, strip shingles and building paper. PAINT—FuII line of DuPont paints and varnishes Certain-teed barn and roof paints. We deliver paints anywhere u* the city. Build now ana save money, Inspect our new stocks and get acquainted with our service method*. WASHINGTON WRECK ING Sc SUPPLY CO.. INC.. 7th. K and Water sts. s.w. (At the Seventh St. Wharves) Phone Franklin 2206. ‘Headquarters for Economical Building Materials.'' BUILDING MATERIALS AT IX)W PRICES. DOORS AND SASH—Both salvaged and new: new doors, stock sizes. $3 and up: sash, new six-lights, 95c each: screens 40c each. LUMBER—-Salvaged from our many wreck ing operations, together with an Immense purchase of new lumber—2x2. 2x3. 2x4. 2x6. 2xß; sheathing, flooring, siding and ceiling, at low prices. Also both new and ] used laths. We can save you money. ROOFING Capitol roofing, manufactured h> ' Certain teed Co.. 1-ply. *1.25: 2-ply. *1 75; 3-ply. *2.25: mill-end roofing. 1-ply. 95c: I 2-ply. *1.25: 3-ply. $1.50. Also red and green slate surface roofing Certam-tced four-in-one shingles, guaranteed ten years. $5 per sauare. WALL BOARD—Brand-new fiber board. 3e per sq. ft.; new fireproof plaster wall board. 344 c per sq. ft. PAlNT—Weathershield house paint, manu factured by Certaln-teed Company, white and all other eolors. $2.25 per gallon. Also bam, roof and fence paint at $1.65 per gal lon This is freshly manufactured paint of a nationally known company. It is NOT Array paint. THE HECHINGER HOUSE WRECKING CO. Camp Meigs. sth and Fla. ave northeast. Main offire. 6th and C sts. southwest. In spection invited until 6:30 p.m. 14 YEARS SAVING Y’OU MONEY ON BUILDING MA TERIAL HAVE ESTABLISHED THE GOOD WILL OF THE HECHINGER COMPANY. CASH REGISTERS. National : new' and're built guaranteed: ea*y monthly payments: no interest. Phone Main 1377. 809 G st. n.w.. opposite Patent Office, CHINA CABINET, brass t»eds. complete Eng lander couches, many other pieces. 1852 Biltmore st. Col. 10300. CLOTHES—Workingmen, it is absolutely necessary for us to carry a large and most select stock, a* our trade only wants the beet, and we supply the demand. That s why hustlers buy fine tailored, slightly used suits. $5 in sls. JUSTH’S OLD STAND. 619 D. CONCRETE MIXER Complete, with engine. mounted. S9O: fine condition: see it in operation. MrCully. Riggs rd.. Md. CURRIER PRINTS. lot or separate: also two homemade coverlets: leaving town, will sell cheap: day only. Phone Cleve. 3237-J. * EGGS from hennery, few days old. delivered. 40c doz. Line. 786-J. 11* ENGINE, marine. $25: Cleveland motor ey de. 525- 618 7th st. s.w, 11* FARM ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS, new. at used machinery prices. Electrify your cottage. The Sales Corporation. Alex andna. Va, Phone Alexandria 39. FURNlTUßE—Overstuffed cut velour living room set. in first-class condition: also ma hogany bedroom set. Cleveland 2065-W. 3432 Conn, ave.. Apt. 1. 11 * FURNlTUßE—Miscellaneous lot kitchen equipment. Call Sunday. Col. 8626. Rca sonahle. ll* FURNITURE—WiII purchase gome used fur niture for 11 rooms. Can pay cash. Phone Frank un 5394. 13* FURNITURE—Credit-cash. Special discount for cash. Save money. Buy at Hopwood’s. Bth and K sts. FURNNTURE, for 12 rooms: rooming house: will rent house also. 906 Bth st. s.e. 13* FURNITURE Specis] sale. Dining room suites, handsomest in town: vanity, living room suites, bedroom suites, refrigerators, lamps, rugs, cedar chests: everything for the home. Home Beautiful. Inc., 1721 Connee ticut ave. FURNITURE—WhoIesaIe bouse offers ex ceptional opportunity to purchase living room, dining room and bedroom suites at prices about one-half retail. For full in formation write Mr. C. Miller. 1519 No. Monroe st„ Baltimore. Md. * FURNITURE—SampIe living room suite, in Baker's cut velirur. $165, value *250: odd chairs at bargain prices. New York Cp holstery Co.. 619 F st, n.w. GAS RANGES—New and slightly used, all sizes: less than half price. Why pay more? Every range guaranteed J. W. Williams. 609 6th n.w. Main 2986 12•__ HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE lor sale; 3 tables. Apply 817 Que st. n.w, LATROBES. 2: good coal range, cheap. 211 7th st. n.e. MARINE MOTOR: Seripps. model fT; 4 eyl.: 16-40 h.p.; complete outfit, including Bosch generator, distributor, ignition, spark plugs, wire, carburetor, inclosed reverse gear, two unit starting and lighting stor age battery and instructions. Engine brand new, never been uncrated. The manufactur ers price is $750, net f. o. b. Detroit. Ad dress Edward R. Benadc. 907 sth st. n.e. • MUSIC ROLLS: large selections. 16c; small rolls, 10c. 1713 De Sales st, n.w. • NEW PIANOS FOR OLD—Let me'rebuild your piano with new action mechanism, ac curately and musically correct, at a fraction of the cost of a cheap new one and infinitely better. D. G. PFEIFFER. 1210 G st. Estab lished 35 years. ONE SHARE Commercial Loan Sc Finance Corp.. S6O: will sell for S3O. Box 328. 68th st. n.e PIANO, like new: cost $500: will”sacrifice for cash. Address Box 104-T. Star office. PIANO, upright, will sacrifice for $35 caah; In good playing condition. 227 Pennsyl vanta avenue southeast. PlANO—Concert brand, in excellent condi tion : new action; cheap. Apply Arcade Market office, 14th st.. near Park rd. PIANO. Kimball: perfect condition. *75. 619 Mass, avc. n.w. PIANO, upright: *BS: terms: victrola; visi ble typewriter; bargains. Main 7609. • PIANO. Howard, perfect condition, sweet tone: good as new: cost *465; only $150; will sacrifice on easy terms. 1916 Calvert st, Columbia 3669. [ PIANOLA—Stroud, cost me $745: will sefl for $226; leaving city. Address Box 63-T. Star office, n « PLAY'ER-PIANO, high grade, bench and rolls. $176: terms. 510 Mass, ave. n.w. REFRIGERATORS, several, slightly used! McCray Refrigerator Company. 807 H st. n.w. SEWING MACHINES—D.-h. Singer. *l6; New Home. *l6: Standard. SIS: New Ideal. *10: others at *5: all guar. New machines. $3 mo. Renting and repairing. Open evenings. S. E. Singer Shop. 313 Pa. sv. s.e. Line. 276. SEWING MACHINES—Used, all make*. *5. *lO. sls: new Singers and motors. *3 per mo. Rentals, repairing and parts. Machines sent on trial. Open evenings. D. C. Sewing Machine Shop. 703 H st. n.e. Line. 8089. SEWING MACHINES. D. B. Singer. *ls up: other makes. *8 up: all guaranteed: new Singer machines. $3 per month; repairing, hemstitching. Centra] Sewing Machine Shop. 1210 O st. Main 3364. SEWING MACHINES—WiIcox & Gibbs port able electric. *36: portable electric Singer. 3 months old. bargain. Stand machines, all makes. $6 to *2B. Capitol Sewing Machine Exchange. 43 H st. n.w. Franklin 3778. 15* SEWING MACHINES—PortabIe elect. Sing er. half price: practically new. D.-H. Singers. New Homes and others. *lO to *3O. Rent ing, repairing. 731 11th n.w. Fr. 10425. SEXTON latrobes. 8: 6 gas ranges. 1 laundry stove. 2 5-in. gate valves. 1362 Harvard st, n.w, 12* SODA FOUNTAIN, almost new; bargain. easy terme. North 4090-J, 17* SOD. high-grade sods: rich top soil- well rotted manure; lawns put in order. Phone Line. 264. . . . . 13* . MISCLLLAN LOUS. FOR SALE—MISCEIJLAXEOUB. SODA FOUNTAINS—Having uurvnased Mock of Burch & Kleps Company. 480 Pa. are. n.w.. I am offering the entire stock, consisting of soda fountain*, earhonatore. fruit syrups. extracts and miscellaneous sup plies. at low prices. literal terms on soda fountains. Thomas F. Burch A Company 480 Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone Main 010. THERMOIL ENGINE—II horsepower; almost new; cheap for cash. Call after 5 p.m.. 124 E st. s.e. Phone Lonooln 4012. 12* STOCK. 200 share*. National Mortgage In vestment Co., at 510 per share. Address Box -'l4-T, Star office. 11* TOOLS—Set of tools for sale. Call after 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1801 4 1 li st. n.w. TYPEWRITERS. Underwoods, Remingtons. Royal*. I. C. Smith*, portables sold and rent ed. Bargain* guaranteed: save money. Cash or 55 monthly. Washingtin Typewriter Ex change. 913 N. Y, ave. Fr, 1014. TYPEWRITERS—Rent reduced: sel’lng of a large number at sacrifiee prices, some real bargains. Open evenings. American Type writer Co.. 1481 East Capitol st. Lincoln 82. i TYPEWRITER—You can now rent a "Corona Fcur” portable, with standard office type writer features, also on hand several good opportunities in used Coronas Corona Type writer Company. loc.. 1706 K st. n.w Phone Franklin 5660 TYPEWRITERS cleaned and repaired Fed eral Typewriter Exchange. 716 H n w M. 7874. 15* TY PE WRITER RENTAL SERVICE Adam* 1801, Underwood*.L. C. Smiths. Royals: $3.25 mo.: 3 mo», in adr.. $8.25: 6 mo.. 516. VACUUM CLEANER, late model Eureka w-ith all attachments ‘ only used Bhort timp; 520. Apply 212 Insurance Bldg.. 15th and Eye st* n.w. VIOLET RAY and electrodes for home use: also gpccial generator for treating hay fever, cold*, etc. Phone Line, 3653. * WALL PAPER BARGAINS—7O.OOO pieces! 6. 8 and 10 cts. apie<-e—room lots. 51.60 $2. Look for the big white sign. "Mahoney's Wall Paper Bargain House.” 324 Pa ave. s-e. The oldest wall paper house in the city. 50,000 BRICK and 4 building lots in George- Henry W. Offutt. tel West 914 FOR, SALE en bloc. pne» fixed at £3.000 sterling, unique fine collection of paintings and w ater colors I over 200 1 of growing values, depicting famous place* such as London. Paris. Versailles. Cordova. Gran ada. ete.. etc., by capable artists done on the spot, of which some in old and new carved frames, also some frames harmoniously painted, offered by Bongere. 30 Woodeote Valley road. Parley, Surrey. England OFFICE FURNITURE FROM U. S. GOV’T. Complete line of desk*, file cabinets, lock er*. office chairs and tables, tremendous sav ings. Everything you need for your office. WASHINGTON SALVAGE CO Furniture Dept- 310 Bth st. N.W. SHOW CASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAMPLE FLOOR AND COUNTER CASES AT SPECIAL PRICES "BUY AT THE FACTORY " RUSE & CO.. 808 LOW ST„ BALTIMORE, MD. LUMBER. Over fifty thousand feet of good second-hand tongue and groove yellow pine. Lengths up to twenty feet. l;Vt"xs!4". Phone Line. 699. Write E. B. Leaf Co.. Anacostia Station. D. C. * BIG VALUES IX TRADED4N INSTRUMENTS 1 Gabler Upright $79 3 Fine Uprights 99 7 Fine Uprights, including Ludwig, Knabe, Milton. AH in fine condition 145 1 Player (88-note) Auto piano 195 4 Fine (88-note) Players.. 245 2 Steinway Pianolas (88-note) 795 Any of tbe above sold on easy pavments if desired. DE MOLL PIANO CO., DOGS, PKTB, KTC, DR H. A LOCKES DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL. 3121 14th ST. N.W. COL. 674 mod 3107 RADIO AND EQUIPMENT. XEUTRODTNE, 5-tube pet. one of the best makes: rheap. Adams 810. • THREE-TUBE UNCLE SAM SET. loud speaker, phones and tubes: bargain. Call at .'lO7 C «t. n.w. 11* • for farm and garden. FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS and equip ment: everything needed nt BARGAIN prices. Washington salvage co. 303-5 10th st. n.w. LOT OK TERRA C OTTA PIPE, exceptionally low price, Hysttsville Sl6-F-2. POO .TRY AND EGGS. RINGLET BARRED ROCKS and R. I. Reds i thoroughbreds* : egg* for hatching: stock for sale, Ph. Ken-JQn-F-4. J. J. Matthews. FOR SAFE—AUTOMOBILES. BUICK TOURING. 4-cylinder. 1923: uphol stery, paint and top like new: 6 good cord tires and extras: guaranteed mechanically perfect: will sacrifb-e: terms. 3436 14th st. BUICK. six-cylinder. 1023. five-passenger touring: guaranteed to be in At <-ondition: S.oO: cash or terms. Franklin 814. BUICK TOURING, late 1024: hie six: run less than 11.000 miles: will sacrifice. See Mr, Pate, 2525 Sherman ave. Adams 8000, BUICK—Five passenger, for 5260: 28,000 miles, with careful use: full seat and uphol stemig covers: twinplex: extra tires, ear ner. auto bed, skid chains, tbwing chain leaving country hurriedly, will sacrifice whole lot. Telephone Col. 6694-. I today. 12* BUICK rdstr.. 6 good rubber tires: Model E 44. Apply C F. Cox. 3221 Ely st.. Ben ning. D. C„ after 0 pmis l2s cash. 11 • BUICK TOT. RING CAR. 1024. 5-passenger' front and rear bumpers: good tires This car has a glass inclosure for Winter. Will sell very reasonable for cash. Call North 1398-W. CADILLAC. 7-passenger tounng. late model fully equipped and guaranteed: a real bar gain for $1,060: terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w. 13 • CADILLAC 63-V SEDAN. 7-nass.: fully equipped and equal to new: cost 54.450 will make very attractive reduction for auiek sale. Terms or trade, 2007 18th n.w. 12* CHALMERS sport touring. late modeT, slightly used by owner: many extras; party * ' ; -g ur> just the unpaid notes, $308: 12 months to pay for it: trade your car in. Peck's Garage, 2121 14th st. n.w.; open all night. l.'l* CHALMERS COACH. 1023; newly painted five disc wheels and good tires; 5450; terms. 323 Ist st. n.w. ji« CHEVROLET COUPE. 1924: $350. Terms. 1128 20th st. Franklin 380. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1023: motor parfect: 5 new tires. Must he sold immediately for an unpaid loan. Jack Hines. 1905 S st. n.w. PoL_ 3753. CHEVROLET TOURING. 1923: good eon dition: S2OO. 1128 20th st. Franklin 38(V CHEVROLET COUPE. 1923: new paint; $275. Terms. 1126 20th st. Frank lin 380. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1022: in very good condition: $176. Franklin 0706. 12* CHEVROLET sedanette, 1023. 6-pass., in rood condition: bumper, lock wheel, stop and narking: $315: liberal terms. Owens Motor Co.. 3foo Ga. ave. CHEVROLET TOURING. 1024: -un less than 5.000 mile*: 5 new Goodrich Silver town cord tires and tubes, purcoased 2 days ago: will saorifh-e. $205. Main 6480. CHEVROLET TOURING. 1024: run less than 4.000 miles: rausl be sold at once. Four new tires. A bargain for cash. Franklin 7601. Investment Bldg. Garage, basement of In vestment Bldg. CLEVELAND tourinr. 1922. $226 cash, easy monthly payments; your car in trade. 172< Connecticut ave. CLEVELAND sedan. 1922, a bargain; S3OO cash, balance monthly; your car in trade. 1727 Connecticut are. CLEVELAND-sport touring. 1924. repainted, balloon tires: $341 cash, balance monthly: Four .cvJ* Unde.. 1727 CoooecUcut are- FOR SAI.E—AUTOMOBILES. (Continued.) DODGE sport touring. 1926: excellent con dition: balloon tires; guaranteed. Call Potomac 3719, DODGE, touring, good condition: tires and appearance fine: can be bought cheap. For demonstration nbone Line, 6850. DURANT SEDAN, late model, almost new; many extra*: party taking up just the un paid note*. ssfft>: 12 monthhs to pay for it: trade your car in. Peck's Garage. 2121 14th st. n.w.: open all night. 13• DURANT touring. 1925 model, driven 780 miles; car still carries 90-day guarantee: five new balloon tires, all accessories: owner city account business comectlons. Call Col. 1890. 11 • ESSEX COACH. 6 months old: run 8.000 miles: 5100 worth of extras: looks like new car: terms If desired. Franklin Company. 1814 E st. Main 7045, flint "44" TOURING, run 7.300 miles; good condition, for sale. $750. Call at 2221 R st. n.w.. between 1 and 3 p.m. 12 * FORD SEDAN 11121: real bargain. $l5O. Call after 6 p m.. 408 New Jersey ave. s.e. FORD TON TRUCK, run less than 1,000 miles: s3l*o: terms, 518 10th n.e. FORD TOURING. 1924: bumpers, loci: wheel, parking light, other extras; S3OO. terms, 518 10th *t. n.e. FORD COUPE, 1924: looks and runs good $390: terms, 045 Md ave. n.e FORD ROADSTER. 1924: In A-l condition" $225: terms. 645 Md. ave. n.e. FORD SEDAN. 1021 : best in town for its age: $150: terms. 645 Md, ave. n.e. FORD LIGHT DELIVERY. 1924: in A-1 condition: 5250: terms. 645 Md ave. _n. e FORD sedans, coupes and tourings. $5 week ly; Dodge touring: guaranteed used car* Northeast Motor Co.. 920 Bladensburg rd. n.e. FORD SEDAN. 1925: A-l running condi tion: 5 new tire*, lock wheel, mirror, park ing light, stop light: party leaving town SSOO cash. Phone Franklin 8080. 12* FORD TOURING. 1924: in A-l condition lock wheel. Haesler shock absorbers; S2<o. terms, 645 Md ave. n.e FORD TOURING. 1925: $225; terms. 645 Md- avp. n.p. FORD TOURING. 1IK! 2: lork wheel. BiarUr. demountable rim®. pood tire*, best condi tion : $1.35. 3105 1.3 th st, n.w. *_ FORD COUPE. 1924. 5 rood tires, look whc-el. narkinp lirht. in A-l condition: wit• demonstrate anywhere sacrifice for SJr>U. cash only. Mr. Edge. Lincoln 799. 12 FORD TOURING, late ’24. pood as new; need the caeh. North 5195. 13 _ FORD TOT RING, late 1922: A-l shape. 6 rood tires and extras and new battery. nnlr 5115; easv terms. Ford coupe, late 1923: A-l shape". 5 new cord tires, several extras 5265: 12 months to pay for it. Pecks Garage. 2121 14th st. n.w. open all n ight. 13 FORD TOURING, in good condition, at a reasonable price: easy terms. Can see any j time at 620 H st. n.e. ________ FORD roadster, late model, very good, extra* 5225; terms. Rear 1827 K st. Ariain* 3134. * _ FORI>— Engine thoroughly overhauled. SSO. 2461 18th st.. near Columbia road. FORD 4-door sedan, very late 1923. in fine condition; new- battery: extras: 5390; lib eral terms. Owens Motor Uo., 3700 Ga. ave. FRANKLIN SEDAN, mode! 10-A: in splendM mechanical oor-iition; newly painted and good tire*. Franklin Agency. 1814 E st Main 7045. FLEETWOOD PACKARD ROADSTER; excel lent condition: must sell. Mr. Aylor. North 658. 11* HUDSON COACH, late 1923: in perfect condition and fully equipped: must be sold at onee. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n^w. HUDSON SPEEDSTER, latest model: fully equipped and guaranteed. Most attractive car in town Priced right for quick sale. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w, 12* HUDSON 7-PASS. SEDAN, balloon tires and fully equipped Most attractive ear in towr Price very reasonable: terms or trad*. 2007 18th n.w. 12* KISSEL TOURING KAR for sale. Apply 1015 11th st. n.w- 3rd floor, LINCOLN SPORT TOURING. 5-pass . latest model: fully equipped and equal to new. cost $4,600: will make price attractive for aui'-k sale. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w. 12* MARMON touring 7-pass. 1920; 5260 cash, balance monthly; your car in trade 1727 Connecticut ave, __ MAXWELL CLUB SEDAN. 1924: almost new: had very little use: will sell for s6s(*. leaving city. King's Lunchroom. 14th and N sis. 11- NASH ROADSTER, new tires, paint and fully equipped. Will sacrifice for $550. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w. 13* OAKLAND SPORT TOURING, late model: fully equipped and looks like new: a real bargain for 5300. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w 13* OAKLAND sport touring. 1924, a bargain: 5341 cash, balance monthly; your car in trade, 1727 Connecticut ave. OAKLAND coach. 1925. fully equipped: gone only 3 000 miles: best of care: reason for selling owner going west: cash only. Ad dress Box 161-T. Star office. 12* _ PACKARD SIX TOURING, in perfect condi tion. equipped with balloon tires and several extra*. Must sell at on-*e. Price. SI,OOO. Terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w. 11 * PREMIER TOURING. 7-passenger. SSOO magnetic gear shift. Terms. Phones Main 3047 and Main 355. 11* WILLS-ST. CLAIRE coupe. 1922, rimalnted] , 5455 cash, balance monthly. 1727 Con nectieut ave. 1 WINTOX touring. little six. 7-pass.: this is a l bargain; 5240 cash, balance $36 per month 1727 Connecticut ave. BROKEN FORD ENGINE HEADS exchanged for good once at 52 50. Cracked cylinders repaired in car; all broken metals welded. Weldit Co.. 516 Ist n.w. TWO DODGE TOURING BODIES and lots of Dodge parts. Ford sedan and coupe body and touring. A. J. Stabler. 425 K st. n.w. 1»« AUTOMOBILES oy auction at Weschler’a, 920 Pa. avp. n.w.. every Wednesday and Saturday, 10 am. CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1923: excellent con dition: 5350. terms. Chevrolet Sedan. 1922: $l5O. terms. Chevrolet Touring car. 1923: excellent condition: 5150. terms Franklin 380 or 1126 20th st. FORDS FORDS ALL GUARANTEED. 10—1923 Ford Touring's. 2—1923 Ford Tudor Sedans. 2 —1924 Ford Coupes. See Mr. Delev, R. L. TAYLOR MOTOR CO., 14th & T Sts. N.W. FORDS FORDS FORDS. Ford sedans, starters: $75 up. Ford touring. 1924: choice of seven. $250 up. Others as low as 535. Fora coupe: choice of three. $126 up. Ford light delivery: choice of seven. $76 up Ford trucks: choice of several. $125 up LOW CASH PAYMENT—LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS. STEUART’S GARAGE. 141451 12th St. N.E. L. 6200. USED CARS. ' VARIOUS MAKES. REASONABLE TERMS. ! Washington Cadillac Company, 1138-1140 Conn. Ave. Phone Frank. 3902. BUICK Used Car Department. LARGE, SMALL, OPEN* CLOSED. ! • You’ll find well worth looking over— l ! Buick 4-cyl. Coach S7OO Overland Sedan S4OO Studebaker Light 6 Coupe $650 Oldsmobile Touring S6OO Ford Touring SIOO Ford Touring $250 : Chevrolet Sedan 3450 : Chevrolet Sedan.... S4OO i Lexington Touring S2OO Ford Sedan S2OO Buick Roadster $1,200 Chevrolet F. B. Tr $250 Buick Touring $950 Buick Coupe $750 : Westcott Touring S6OO . Oldsmobile Coach S6OO Dodge Sedan $275 , Buick Coupe S9OO Buick Sedan $l,lOO i Buick Six Touring $1,250 Buick Six Touring S7OO s Buick Six Touring • (Calif. Top) S7OO , Chevrolet Touring S2OO ’ Maxwell Coupe., SSOO Liberal Terms. r Open Evenings and Sundays. • STANLEY H. HORNER, INC., i 1015 14th St. Main 5296. (Continued on” Next Page.) 27