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CIRCULARS PROHIBITED.j In order to protect its adver tisers from receiving circular ; matter, it is expressly understood and agreed that al! such matter will be withheld, as far as pos sible, l»y The Star. Only bona j hide answers to advertisements addressed to box numbers in care of The Star will be delivered to adveitisers on presentation ot the box number ticket. HELP--MALE. ACCOUNTANTS, for C. P. A. firm at Sa vannah. Ga.: steady employment and fr salary to ••ompetent nu-ti IO Hurst, “04 Metropolitan Punk B'dsr ACCOUNTANTS, lor service with firm of j certified public a al Memphis .wr- ; manent employment salary to • advance a.-cording to »Piiil.v. Anjd.v to c > 'v. ; Hiit-st. 201 Metropolitan Hank Bid-. •* , AUTO MECHANIC. first class, no other need apply. Apply I Gams-, west of , I hcrrydal • on Lee Highway j BAKER". Oil bread and rolls and buns. Ap J ply nop 11 tti st. n.w BATTERY MAN year round work. Apply j 4306 Georgia ave. n.w. MATTERY M AN—Stead.' mb for good hat ft»r,v man. .">.“>o 1 Conm* firut. u<’ BOOKKEEPER and office manager: whole- | sale grocery business: Ins opportunity I>r , llie right man. Mate ait 1 , pieseat .an . . and reference. All information confide trial. j Address Box 173-X. Star ofti ’c '*..... | BOOKKEEPER —Young .man rapid and a«'- j eurate: pleasing personalty excellent . ni n e , for ;wlvanrf*mcMU. Api»i> m tirtaoii ■ IO h in. nml noon 1 ~o‘. Mon mo m ; COLLECTOR, witlt "auto, experieneetl. to «»>- , le t installment accounts; must te rcliai nv l Apply 1 228 Trinidad ave. n fttun o | *».m. . i COLLECTORS, insurance debits Apn yto O \V Mclntiif. manager, room .!• *ol urn man ( Building-. I is sth st I ENGINEER. steam, all-around »»*«}***& | with first or second class I'. « ■ he*" l ™ r | permanent position, slate >-e. e\i • ( references and salary expected. Address box , ;t:. X siru- . flits ENGINEER colored tor laundry; must have j laundry experience; state salary exp s t. ; Aiiflrofsp Box 17** X. Slur oflicr. KEEL Oil. TRUCK ORU'ERS v| nte. mnst j know city: answer in own handwriting;. M inq telcpiionc mimlirr and reference. Ad dress Box HP X Star offb e GROCERY CLERK and meat cutter experi enced R. H. Smith. 4 100 14th st. n.w INSTRUCTOR— Young man to act as uc etruetor. Ask for Mr. Bailing. Owens Motor (1323 Ga we _ - MAN, cook, ami general house worker, refer ence. Andress Box (Si-.x. •i' ‘ '■ MAN an suburban place, near trolley; <;»"• of furnace and frenarally ,'G'iJ! 2',.. 'office references. Address Box 4.M-X. - att ,om man to teach afternoon classes in car pentry for hoys; state age. ‘Utahh; ati«' and experience. Address Box 4X o S J« a man sQood money can.be energetic man. representing old ii liable mu eery; previous experience " ot ,V,V. x. Thomas or part time. Write Hoopes. Bio. &. ltionias Co West Chester. Pa MEN of personality and character: perma m-ni outside sales 'work, salary or eonimis sion. Fuller Biusli Co.. bid Metropolitan H.-uik Bldg MEN. single, white, to work on trucks. 4503 Buchanan si u.w. MamsjSlW. 3 MEN. Whole or part time io sell all lmea of insuriliK-e. Address Bo* 4.0-K. ctar o ffi oe. MEN. sell special made brushes, mops to merchants. I’rogfessivc Sales Brush Co.. 608 K n.w . PATENT SOLICITORS. Inquire F. H. Gibbs, 304 Ouray Building. I ’ll AUM ACI >T. registered' preferred: residen tial neighborhood: good hours and pay . Ad dress llox 434-X. Star office. PHARMACIST, registered, three eveiimgs, part of every other Sunday. Dupont lhar tnaey. 1905 Maw, ave. n.w. SALESMAN, real estate —We catjuse two KO od men; plenty ol prospects. See us, as we are getting onr organization together for the new- year. Co-operation given; success assured XvaPLE & LEWEY. 1 H»5 Vermont ave. M. 10200. _ SALESMEN—<6,OOO to « 6.000 per year; can be earned by expert door-to-door sales men- unusual proposition: all-ycar-around work. 221 Bond Bldg.. New York ave. and 1 4th st. n.w. SALESMEN, to sell Chevrolet ears and trucks. Apply R. L. Taylor Motor Co., sales manager. 1840 14th st. n.w. SALESMEN wanted to sell a well known electrical appliance; 25 tier cent selling com mission. Apply SI 5 7th st. n.w.. between 5 :30 and 0:30 am. STENOGRAPHER, experienced, for law office. Call Room 311, Colorado Building, in alter uoon. . WAITER, colored, experienced, at once for morning and evening work. 1714 Ouc st. n.w. WAITERS <Bl. colored, for Sew Year eve party. Call Wooaside >l4; Mr. Maclna. * SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL HEALTH. This week w-e will employ two more high grade men to sell the NEW "WEAR-EVER” WATERLESS and greaseless health METHOD OF COOKING in Washington. Work it- only through interested prospects: no house to house; commission basis, which enables our Washington men to earn from *250 lo SBOO per commissions will start immediately; a car,-physical fitness and willingness to work are requirements. Apply ill person only. Room 1206. 927 15th St. N.W. 9:30 am. to 4.30 p.m. 30* THE HECHT CO. requires the services of experienced salesmen in their ladies’ and men’s shoe departments. Apply employ ment office. 624 F st. n.w. COLLECTOR, thoroughly ex perienced, by large installment jewelry house; salary, $25 week and commission. Apply with references. Address Box 175-X, Star office. ELEVATOR"?TARTeTr! Colored man, tall and neat, be tween the ages of 25 and 35. Ap ply men’s time desk, basement. 11th and G st. side. Woodward 6 Lothrop. 1 FURNISH INGS SALESWXN —Exceptional opportunity for high-grade man with local ex perience. (Jnlv those with local experience need reply. base man's, 7th and F. INSTKITTION COURSES. WHat"better vocation for aToi ng niitn ttiuu that of a first-<-lass radio mao' Class beginning Monday. January :t. will complete course in June Classes ilirce nights in the week. T to 9. LOOMIS RADIO ! COLLEGE. 405 9th St :!1* those. With undeveloped talent for drawing, large studio offers unusual op portunity for practical training evenings will interview only those desirous of making commercial art their profession. Address Box 232-S. Star otli-e^ a'orowi no si'iiooi,. str()n< ; . i•rog'res etve, the kind or a sclkkil you would like to attend if you knew more afiout the particu lar advantages offered Every one speaks wen of it. for its history is SERVICE. BqYD, garner G st at 14tli n.w. Large" financial concern will open a course of instruction for those inter ested or experienced in selling as a career: particulars on request. Address Box 180-X star office. PROFESSIONAL TEACHER —ONE LESSON good for twenty marcel, finger waving fadale. manicure, Mr. Lucas. 1110 t’onn ave.. second floor. ’TELEPHONE OPERATORS ALWAYS IN ! demand We can teach \ ,; ra-v to learn TELEPHONE s.HOOL. Oxtord Bldg 14th st. Iw-tween New York ave and H. the honour school 8171,4 th sT n w Washington's only exclusive beauty culture school Day and evening classes. Fr. 5131, J’f.-VNO LESSONS—Gentleman, experienced W* tTiIH8 A & 1 10<i ’ Fht " " AUTO DRI VING LESSONS'BY~*LI2 S- XPE yieneed lnsinictors satisfaction insured: white chauffeur* furnished Call IJnc 82. AUCTION BRIDGE CLASSES—COACHING" MAZIE BUIE. The Farnsboro. North 1 iloH, Apt. 40tl. rvenirnr* ja24• BE A BKICKLaVFR. " EARN 810 TO Sl2 PER DAY. Day and Evening Classes. BUILDING TRADES SCHOOL. 710 O St. N.W. HBLP—WALK AM) rKMALE. SmEN and women quickly learn the real estate business. Earn while learning Need not interfere with present employment. Big development to t>e opefnd in near future. Class instruction rry Thursday at 5 p.m i A M. Shennai.t Bond Bldg j To COMPLETE our organization, we .-aril line several bustiers on our -ales force Co- I operation given. WAPLK & LEWEY. f|(»s Vermont ave M 10“*t(l, WANTED — A middle aged couple to live on farm near city: good proposition right party. Address Box 419 X. Star office. 3(l» m KINKSS VNHTRI C TION. Special instrci tions for civil seuv jee exam*. Editorial clerk exanis., salary 51.500J0 $2,100: post office clerk* and mail rlerk: Patent Office, salary. $1.800: both men .and woman. The Civil Service lh-eraratonr hehoo!. a.a-oop. 12th A Fa»w. l*h. Fr. 2080. * 1 WANTKI)—SAI.FSMKN. I XIKN—2 live to s<>ll product ill genera! de- Iniand: excellent commission, payable weekly. , A real opportunity as rapidly expanding j hit-mess necessitates additiinial sales nianas | ers and executives. 227 Investment Bldg ; REAL ESTATE SALESMEN. We have excellent opportunities for active and energetic new-house salesmen. j WALTER A DUNIGAN, 925 15th St. N W EMPLOYMENT At i ENCIEB. Stenogs.. typists, hooknrs.. clerical help, etc. Free registry. Main 9909. 1338 G st. n.w. Boyd Employment Service * CALL us when yon need offh-e help; our services free. Steward School Office Help Agency. 1202 F st. U.W, Main 8871. _ (>FFICE POSITIONS. Free registration. Washington Employment i Exchange, operated for the public by the j Washington Sell ml for Secretaries. Main 2 480. No Cliarg" Unless You Are Placed, j Room 202. Transportation Bldg., 17th & H. HELP—FIOM ALEL j ! COLORED PRESSOperators, hand"iron- I I '-is: also feeders and catchers for flat work I i rollers i GIRL white, .voting. 1 u or 18 years old. I 7th or Sth grade education, to work in a ; dental laboratory; must he quick. Apply | between 1:30 and 3:30. 514 10th st. n.w.. ! loth, floor. | GIRL, white, intelligent, to assist in home for,invalids Apply 1054 Col rd.; do not phone. * GIRL, colored, experienced, to sew in tailor shop. Apply 1252 --'lst st. n.w. * I GIRLS, colored, three, expfrietn-etl in paper assorting. Apply Washington Paper Stock Co. Rosslyn. Va. ! LADIES, young, two. of neat appearance, i lor pleasant outside work: short, hours: j -.alary SIS. M Gregory. 308 Bond Bldg. | MARI VI |,F WAVER and" all around nper- I ator. also apprentice. Margaret E. Scheetzp. I skin and Scalp Specialist. 1145 Connecticut i ave. n.w. SEAMSTRESS SALESLADY —Must be expe ' rienced in sewing and aitei ing men's and j women’s clothes. Apply 023 7th st n.w. I STENOGRAPHER preferably with Unowl | edge of dictaphone, or willing to learn. ! Should be experienced in patent work and i thoroughly competent St-qp salary to start, i Address Box 437-X. Star office. STENOGRAPHER for lawyer s office Apply in writing, stating qualifications, experience, ago and salary desired. Give telephone muntier. Address Box 429-X, Star office. 29* STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper, between 25 and 35: must have experience, speed at , dictation and typing, slight knowledge of double entry bookkeeping: Slop month. To Iwgiii at once. Correspondence confidential. Give experience, etc. Address Box -ITS X, Star office. 30« STENOGRAPHER, experienced, with some knowledge of German and French, wanted by Marks & Clerk. 715 G st. n w.. Room 292. * TYPIST for patent attorney's office: state experience, if any. and salary expected. Ad dress Box 14-2, Star office. WAITRESS, experienced, in tea room. Uni ver-ity Women's Club. 1 *534 Eye st. n.w. WOMAN, reliable to take care of 2-yoar-old child, cook and clean small partment: lioard and salary: staying at nights optional. Call after 5 p.m . 814 22nd st. n.w.. Apt. 42. * WOMAN of refinement, with some nursing experience, for healthy outdoor business with nationally advertised concern. References required. Give phone number. Address 1 Box 4 14-X. Star office, 29* WOMEN, to learn marking and assorting: 1 must tie steady, active and accurate. Con ger's Laundry. 23rd and N Y ave. WOMEN—Permanent position with old real estate firm offering unlimited possibilities open to 3 or 4 intelligent women: selling or business experience not necessary: need not interfere with present employment. Apply 5 n.tn.. 830 Bond Bidg. YOUNG LADIES id', for advertising cam paign: good salary. 1013 International Bldg.. 1319 F st. n.w. * Secret ary-S ten ographe r. A responsible person is required to assist manager of nationally known coneern: must bo stenographer, write a good hand and tie j acquainted with bookkeeping principles: possessing good address, personality and excellent referenees. Give phone number, ad dress and salary expected. Address Box 177-X. Star office. MILLINERY TRIMM ERS and makers. Yearly positions. Ad dress Box 57-X, Star office. WAITRESSES Two, white, hotel experience. Colonial Ho tel, 15th and M sts. HELP—DOMESTIC. COOK. Ist class, clean, with good references. Apply Thursday after 2. apt. 40t>. the Wood ward. 2311 Connecticut ave. * (OOK. ami to do laundry work: stay nights; first-class references. 3818 Ritteniiouse st.. Chevy Chase. D. C. COOK, with light gen. housework, 589; also houseman-chauffeur, N. 1955. FILIPINOS—One <-*>ok. full time: one house boy. part time, or school boy. Apply quar ters No. 3, Marine Barracks or phone Lincoln 908 J. 30* GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. reliable, capa ble white woman or colored woman. 1413 Allison st n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. girl, to stay nights: nice room. 5425 39th st. n.w.; take Chevy Chase car to Livingston st. • GENERAL WORK; small family: must stav nights: referenees. Cali Adams 1011. 29* GIRL, colored, neat, for general housework: references required. 703 3rd st. n.w. • GIRL, colored, take care of 2 children: one who can stay nights preferred. 815 oth st. n w, 31* _ GIRL, experienced, for general housework. 4801 17th st. n.w. HOUSEWORKER. general. sl2 per~wekT family of four. Col. 8408. 1300 Farragut. _ 2ft* MOTHER'S HELPER, colored: stay nights. Phone West 260-W. Address 2500 37th st. n.w • NURSE, and assistant with housework: stay nights: first-class references. 3818 Ritteii house st.. Chevy Chase. D. C. NURSE, German or French: 2 children, 3 and 4: experienced: references: most lie generally useful: sew-ing. SBO to start: S7O after 3 months: SBO second year: S9O after that for pleasant woman. Address Box 412-X. Star office. ROOM AND BOARD to refined white woman, to stay with two email girls during office hours; no salary. Call Line. 5011-J after 5 p.m. • WAITRESSES, colored, twenty, for the Pam American-, one ntte < abaret. New Year s Eve night. Apply Lincoln Colonnade. 0 p.m. Wed new! a.v. 29* WOMAN, white, middle aged, for general housework: stay nights: must have best of referenees. 1203 N. Cap, st. * WOMAN, white, capable, wanted toVxchange services for a good home and a small salary. Call Clarendon 788-J-l. _ WOMAN, white, young, to assist with house keeping: stay nights. 1402 12th st. n.w. 30* SIT lAT ION S—M ALE. APARTMENT MANAGER —Vacant apart ments are not income prodm-ers; let an e\- perlen« , ed resident manager take charge of vmir property ami attain results. Address Box 491 -X. Star ollicc. ::o* ATTORNEY <3B* desires connection with firm or corporation: office executive: credi i ter. Address Box 37fLX. Star office. 3* | BAKER, colored man, good bench hand, re j liable; da.v work preferred. Room 411. 1810 1 2th st. n.w. __ BUSINESS building and jobbing: colored; this is the liest time for repairing. W. 0. Cain. 1938 New- Hampshire ave, CARPENTER wants work. $5 day. Address 2ftos M st. n w . » CHAUFFEUR —By experienced colored man: married: references. Care of janitor, 2722 Conn, ave. n.w. Adams 9308. 2ft* COOK, colored, chef, 20 years' experienefT in hotel and restaurants: have licet references, 1649 Montello ave. ti.e. Phone Line. 4940. FILIPINO wants position as butler in private family: fiest reference. Address Box 423-X, Star office. 30* FURNITURE BUYER—Man With"'l2 years' experience in buying full line w.-ints position January 3: best of reference. Address Box 11 Z Star office 31* ! GRADUATE PHARMA* IST •. r--n-..,. X | perieticed. wants position with store doing ; prescription business. Address Box 318-X. Star office ■ :io* MAN. 27. conversant with credit and <-ol jections. desires connection with organiza tion seeking live wire. Address M. C. 8., 11**4 Munsev Bldg.. Baltimore Md MAN. reliable, colored, desires work of any kind from 8 to 11 p.m. Phone West 2910-W MAN. 30. knowledge ol accounting, wants position in office; references. Address Box 427-X._Star_«)ffiee. 30* MAN. with 9 years' managerial experience in restaurant, wants position: best of refer ence. Address B<>x44- Z. Star office. 31* MAN. reliable, colored, as janitor or night watchman. 1519 II st. n.w. Potomac 1699. _ __ _ 30* MAN. colored, wishes pla>-e a-s elevator operator; disliwaeher and garage helper also: ref. North 3450. • MANAGER, case, cafeteria. American age 40: long experience: eotnnetent buyer and organizer: salary or commission. Address Box 498 X. Sl -tv office. • POUTER OR FIREMAN—Can serve as jan -1 itor for office liuilding or apartment. \<l - dress Box 481-X, Star office go* I several ! \cars' experience: capable of handling eorre | spot.ilence. and interviews: excelenl refer j cih-cs Address Box sy. star office, :tj» YOUNG MAN. LL. 8.. niemlier of D, ifj liar. 3 years at accounting school, desires to make connection with a firm or corporation Address Box -IHli-X. Star office . ;(]• YOUNG MAN 20. wants anv kind of steady work: '-an drive Ford. Address Box 435-X star offlre. 2ft• j YOUNG MAN. colored, experienceil. wishes night or evening lob as switchboard or elevator operator. Call N. 7*823. • i YOUNG MAN, wiahinr to change 700*1100, I wishes position where VI van cement M pos -1 «tJ«* Address Box 317-i. Sum offiaas mk* THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2ft. 1f)2(7. SITf ATIOX S—FEMALE. DRESSMAKER, by die day: up-to-date on ladies’ tailored dresses and blouses. Phone N. 5341. * LADY', young, desires office work of any kind, preferring bookkeeping; reference given. I Address Box 482-X. Star office. 30* j MAII)— refined, lirht colored girl de- ■ sires work in store, cafeteria or apartment; ! 1740 re * l,rt ‘ ,K ‘ ps Dorothy Jones. North j nurse, experienced, wishes work: local recommendations: nrivate or hospital: all C |"CS- Would travel, Lincoln 5085-J. * !’K \*'Tir.\T. NURSE wants position to care for patient or child: doctor's reference. Ad dress Box Star office. 31* S ECRET AR Y-sTk N< Hi RAPHER—9iX years' experience; references. Address Box 2-Z. Star office, * STENOGRAPHER i-xi'eriem-ed. accurate, wishes position; iintent or organization. Ad dress Box 418-X. Star office. 80* STE NOG It A PHE R SEC RET A R Y Experl ••need college woman desires position. Phone Mama 142 ft. * TYPIST EXPERT wishes work to do at home, 50c per thousand words. Address Box 432-X. Star office. 30* TYPlST—Addrewsuig or anv kind of work: have office experience 2804 1 till n.w.. Apt. 54. * TYPEWRITING at home: addressing en velones. etc f,,nc 4387-J. UNIVERSITY STUDENT wants afternoon work : experienced in general office work and tutoring. Adams 0785, WOMAN, white, refined, position as house keeper- no laundry: best of reference. Ad dress Box 10-7,. Star office. 31* WOMAN, colored, wishes public work of any kind: first-class laundry, dish washing nr '\flti-e work Elizabeth Lucas. 1215 New lark ave. n.w. Call or write. WOMAN, reliable, colored, day or evening work, offices stores or cloakroom: ret. Call Pot. 3194-W. liefore 8:30 a.tn young LADY, capable, experienced, wishes position in antique or gift shop: full or Hurt, time: Lvpist. Address BoV SZ. Star office. 30* YOUNG LADY wants nosifuui in office a« j general help, answer phone, typing, book keeping. Potomac 290. 30* SIT!'AT ION'S DOMESTIC. COOK Colored girl desires good position in small family. Call at 1737 ftth st. n.w. 29* COOK and general lioueeworker; also day s work,or part time. N. 1955. COOK and general houseworker wishes place: can stay some nights; SSO tier mo. Call 12 18 25th '■■*. n.w. ('*HIK, experienced: good wages. Call 2012 Bth st. n.w. Phone N. 5481 DAY's WORK of any kind. * all Potomac 3850. GENERAL HOUSEWORK or nurse by a re liable colored girl. 1822 Bth st. n.w. GENERAL HOUSEWORK wanted by colored woman: laundry work or take care of chil dren, no cooking. Lena Wye, 1215 New York ave. n.w. Call or write. * tifRL. reliable colored, wishes work as nurse. | mother's helper or light housework. Phone Line. 9006. _ GIRL, iidored. reliable, wants morning or evening work or by the day. 1531 Kingman |ii n.w. Frank 4034-W. GIRL wants morning's work; first-class refer ence. ami woman wants day’s work or laun dry to take home. 232 ft 17th st. n.w. GIRL, colored, neat, wishes part-time work • leaning or bachelor s apartment. Telephone Potomac 1935. 1854 Bth st. n.y. GIRL, good and reliable wants day work from 8 to 4. Potomac 853. GIRL, colored, wishes position after school hours. Call Franklin 210. 1204 20th st. n.w. GIRL, colored. 17. wishes work after school. 1314 28th st. n.w. GIRL, colored, refined, desires work, evenings after 3:30. Elinor Hawkins. 1222 Duncan st. n.e, GIRL, colored, neat, wants lialf-day'B work. 518 T st. n.w. LADY, experienced, to do day or night work j in cleaning up offh-es, etc. Phone Potomac I 1509. LAUNDRESS first-dass, wishes bundle washes. 855 Mades Court n.w.. between Bth and 7th. M and N. PART TIME OR DAY’S WORK by colored crirl. 1782 Willard st. u.w. PLACE as good plain cook, by a- reliable colored woman: stay nights. Address 4821 Hunt pi. n.e. 2ft* PLACE to clean bachelor's apt. or waiting on table evenings: city reference. 1808 11th st. n.w. 30* WASHES to take home. Luey Plummer. 1244 Carrollburg st. s.w. between M and N sis. WOMAN, colored, young, wishes part-time work and small washing. Address 822 22nd st. n.w. Phone West 1401-J. WOMAN, colored, wishes morning work; references. Call Atlantic 52i-W. PLRSONAL. REGISTERED NURSE: BEST REFER enees; has beautiful bright room: splendid diet: skilled nursing in own home tor in valids. canvalescents and aged. Call Po tomac 349. _ _ _ WANTED—BY YOUNG WOMAN. TO RENT or take care of small apartment closed for Winter, accustomed to refined home: will take liest care of everything: references ex •-hanged. Address Box 405-X, Star office. • WILL SACRIFICE PRACTICALLY NEW marniink short fur coat, size 38-38. Skin ners satin lining: matching hat free to pur chaser. _Uall_Col. 7fis5 I W. • ELECTRICAL TREATMENT: VACUUM, violet ra.v: neuritis, lumbago: 11:30 to 8; Sun., 11 to 1 p.m. Franklin 5203-J. GRACi! NASH. 3* ELECTRIC MASSAGE. VIOLET RAY. ZOA lite treatments: neuritis, rheumatism, aching, swollen joints, sun baths; Swedish massage I grad. I ■ Res, calls answered, Fr. 429. 30• THE HARRIET LANE HOME. A PRIVATE institution exclusively for invalids and con valescents. 1854 Columbia rd. SUPT. Col. 8793. 2* MASSEUSE GRADUATE IN PARIS, treatment for nerves and rheumatism. Hours. II to 7. 1003 Conn, ave.. Apt. 6. Pot. 8157. 29* GRADUATE NURSE * DANISH > GIVES scientific body massage and electro-thera peutic treatmgnt. Mam 1058. 8 * PRIVATE BOARDING SCHOOL. LIMITED number of children. 1947 Biltmore st. Adams 9751. WILL GIVE TWO ROOMS. RENT FREE. IN exchange for lady to tqke care of children. days, Adams 5041. EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY' REDUCED" Wonderful French method used. Dr. DELLA LEDENDECKER. ENLARGED TONSILS PAINLESSLY RE duced; no after effects. Dr. BOLKHARDT, 2100 Mass, ave. Potomac 4480, ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS GIVEN “BY graduate in electricity; for appointment phone Pot. 1447. 3160 18th ST. N.W.—SUN BATHS FOR colds, neuralgia, rheumatism, indigestion, sl. By appointment. Col. 7397. JOHNSON REST HOME FOP AGED. IN valid and convalescent: night and day super vision. North 7983. 1820 18th st. nw. 9LIP COVERS. OVERSTUFfrED SEPARATE cushions, snap faetenere, tape bound. $19.76. R. L. Isherwood. 1613 28th re. L. 5360. THOMAS CIRCLE CLUB ROOMS FOR meetings, card parties, dances; piano, ortho phonic. Franklin 274. 29* PHYSICAL CULTURE. I guarantee a perfect muscular develop ment. eliminating ail defects. Constipation, flat feet, poor circulation, Individual in struction. including hot oil and electric mas sage Inlra Red Ray treatments. Open daily 9 to 8 p.m. M. 4160. Frank. 4580. DAVlD—Montana Apt.. 1726 M st.. Suite 101-103. ANNIE LORD. NATUROPATH. Electro, helo. hydro, physio therapy and .colon irrigation. Indorsed by leading phy sicians lor ladies, gentlemen and children. 1830 Iflth ST N.W.. APT. “. Phone Potomac 364. Ja23* RECOMMENDED SERVICE. The following business concerns guarantee satisfaction to Star readers. Any complaint found necessary to be made to The Star will receive prompt attention. For admission to Recommended Serv ice Column call Main 5000, Branch 115. ASBESTOS COVERING pays big In results. Frank. 10183, AUTO GLASS’ INSTALLED while you wait: low prices. Newman Auto Radiator Works. 002 11th st. n.kr. Main 6516. AUTO PA. RTS NICKEL PLATED; braes' beds, andirons, etc., relacquercd; fine silver plating. Est. 191,0 John A. GetUman A Co. T«d. Frank. 6431. J6O Pierce st. n.w. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING—On the budget plan, in most modern paint shop. Prices most reasonable. Ask for our estimate. Any finish or color. Combination work a spe cialty. A guarantee with each job. Let our representative call. Sterrett & Fleming. Champlain st. at Kalorama rd; BEDDING. MATTRESSES renovated. $3; box springs repaired; work guaranteed. Co lumbia Bedding Co.. 615 E st. n.w. M. 6628. BEDDING. MATTREBSE9. box springs and pillows reno.; best prices and prompt del. Wash. Mattress Co . 319 Lst s.w. M. 6679. UUIUHNG AND JOBBING—TbIs is the best time for repairing. Cleaveland A Bon. 1301 Gerannim st Adams 5360. 30* CARPENTER-BUILDER —Remodel. repair, build store fronts, windows, shelving; any thing; reasonable. Godwin. Franklin 8770. * 30* CARPENTERING- —Bookcases built to order, store* shelved, garages, porches; general re pairing. Phone W. E. Weaver. Cleve. 5262. CARPENTERING, job work all kinds, porch c* built. glas*e<l and screened. Franklin 2370. W. P. Watkins. _ 30* CARS REFINTSHED in a wide selection of colors. sls to $35. in 5 to 10 hours, ready 10 use. Cars varnished. 1 to 5 hours. $9 to sls. Automobile tons dressed- while you wait. $1.5*1 to $3. McAvoy Process Shop, 1815-17 L st. n.w. Phone Frank. 6841. __ ELECTRICAL REPAIRING, motors arms' tme and coil winding: power apparatus spe cialists. Central Arniature Works. 635 D st. n.w. Main 36f10._ ______ EXPERT FLOOR FINISHING, scraping, elec, waxing: skilled mechanics: reduced prices. Paul Sefene. 55 M st. n.w. Pot. 251. FLOORS—Electric machine and hand"Knish ing; efficient, reasonable; reliable gervloe. R. K. Nash, Columbia 4831. FURNACE REPAlßS—Emergency jobs' on furMjset repairs; quick aerrtee* Frank. KECOMMENDEI) SERVICE. (Continued.) FURNITURE upholstered. repaired: tUp eovers made Est. cheerfully given. Returned free. Tlttensor, 1424 Bth *t. n.w. N. 7708. HEATING AND FURNACE REPAIRING, j roofing. hardwood floors laid amt reflnished; 1 lime payment, plan. Capital Construction j Potomac 2887. Evenings. Potomac HEATING AND PLUMBING— Heating sys tems installed and repaired: prompt plumb ing service. Southern Heating Co.. 71 ft tlth st. n.w. KEYS—Duplicate keys, 25 cents: made while you wait. Turner A Clark, new address 1221*4 New York ave. n.w. Frank. 3005. PAINTER, first-class, with the best of ref erence. will work for $4.50 per day if steady work: furnish brushes: man with family. Address Box 488-X. Star Office, * PAINTING, interior, exterior: elec waxing, scranina: skilled mechanics: reduced prices. Paul Serene. 55 M st. n.w. Put. 251. 4* PA PERU A NGIN’G—- Room papered $7 an: no delay: first-class work. Egdal A Crowell. 247 Fla. ave. N. 1551: after 8 p.m. Col. 5543. PAPERING AND PAINTING. 'ELECTRICAL wiring, hot-water heating. Terms. PEER LESS DECORATING CO.. 714 11th St. N W. Franklin 0103. 1* PAPERING' painting—Special this week' average siste rooms. $8 and ut> with poly chrome paper. or other grades washable paper. 50.50 and up. We do painting in two-tone glazing and stipple: specialize in fancy painting at lowest prices No extra eharge for terms up to 24 months. Our motto: You must lie satisfied." Estimates free. The A helm tin Co., 4809 Georgia ave. Columbia .'14(1, PAPERING ANT) PAINTING—SpeciaI prices I this month only: average size room sci-jined. sized, pointed and pattered with polychrome natter. $8.00; washable paper that can be washed with a damn cloth. $12.00: also painting and plastering at low prices. We use Dutch Boy lend and pure littseetl oil. mixing paints on premises, so ingredients can be seen. All oaperhatiging guaranteed in writing 5 years. This is a local concern and we employ local men only. Terms II i voii des're: aw long as 18 months to pay. Free estimate. Philadelphia Decorating Co.. Inc,. 811-817 Otl» st. n.w. Main 22Mb. Open evenings. 4* PAPERING. PAINTING Special prices Xmas month only. Average size room scraped, plastered, pointed up. $7. Painting at very low prices. Philadelphia Decorating Co . 811- 817 Pth n.w. Main 22Mb. Open evenings. 28* l PAPERHANGING WHOLE HOUSE. #00: 5 rooms and 2-story hall. No. 2 grade, includ ing Jjolychronie. Winter prices. A■ I 2320.. PAPERHANGING —Rooms papered, $0 and up. A. T. George. 2534 llth st. n.w. Phone Adams 5887. PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING all makes' high-grade workmanship and low prices. Work called for and delivered Phone Main 5078. Globe Furniture Co.. 1023 7th st. n.w. PIANO TUNING. $2 We specialize In gen eral piano repairs and rebuilding. Get our estimate Prices reasonable. Skilled me chanios. Work guaranteed. Sanderson- Schaeffcr Co.. 844 H st _n.e_ Line 1057. _ PLASTERING, first class, neatly finished : all kinds cement work : reasonable: reference: no job too far. none too small. Fr. P 822. MO* ROOF REPAIRING and painting; furnaces and flues cleaned: reasonable prices. Col. 7317. day or night. Ajax Roofing Co. Ml* TINNING, roof painting, stove repairing: terms. Atlantic 1811 J. R. Nungesser. 212 loth st. n.e. 2* WINDOW SHADES, screens A metal weather strips. Will call with samples. J. M. Butler A Son. 2031 Nichols ave. s e Line. 10123. WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES —Go o d quality opaque shades fitted to your win dows. 85c: the best quality of opaoue shades. $1.15; hung free. We will call w ith samples. Klseblatt.. llth and firsts. :i e Line. BTO. WINDOW SHADES at factory ~ prices i Hirsh rods ami Hartshorn rollers). The Shade Factory., 1109 14th st. Main 10428. WINDOW SHADES made to order: linole um a laid in cement. We fit your windows and floors. Thompson Bros., furniture, stoves, floor coverings 1220 Good Hope rd.. j Anacostia. D. ('. Phone Line. 558. WANTKn— MIS('KI.IA\EOt S. ANTIQUES. old gold, silver. diamonds, jewelry. A. F. Arnold. 1323 G st. n.w Main 8173. APPAREL, men's, women's and children's wanted for rummage sale; also household goods: will pay cash. Phone Mr. Cohen, Fr. 2488. mo* BOOKS BOUGHT Large or small lots. "Bring them in" or phone Frank. 5410. Big Book Shop. P 33 G n.w. Est. 1907. CLSTHING—WiII call tn m.v unlettered au tomobile. city or suburbs, ami pay you high est prices for ladies’, gentlemen s, children's discarded clothing of all descriptions. Ad dress postal or phone. I w-ill call. W. Rice. 1332 7th st n.w. North 1755. CLOTHING—(Mpn's cast-off). Let us know, we cal! quick and give you full cash value for men's warm garments, hats, shoes, etc. Auto calls. Main 4145. Justh's Old Stand. 619 D st. n.w. _____ _____ FURNITURE—After you have tried all the other dealers and can't get a decent price for your goods, call Franklin 8991 and we will call and give you a good price for your furniture and household goods. We handle more goods than any other dealer in this section, so can afford to nay juojre for them : FURNITURE—Want to buy at once some used furniture: can pay cash. Phone Frank lln 5394. 30* FURNITURE wanted, at auction or other wise highest nrii-es guaranteed: household goods stored. Shannon Caldwell A Co.. Inc.. 304 10th n w Phone M. 9272 FURNITURE of every description: best prices paid. Write or phone Main 5838. Square Deal Furniture Co.. 501 E.ve n.w. FURNITURE of all kinds; I pay the price. H. Wiesenberg, 320 Bth st. n.w. Franklin 9533, 30* FURNITURE of all kinds wanted: best prices paid. Capital Furniture Co.. 480 La. ave. n.w.. or phor.e Franklin 10267, GOLD, silver, watches diamonds and old jewelry needed in oar manufacturing dept. Full cash value paid. Selinger's. 818 F st HIGHEST cash prices for all kinds furni ture: specialty in antiques and office furni ture. Main 5529. 639 La. ave. n.w. jalO* HOME FURNISHINGS for 10-room house or odd pieces wanted immediately. Phone Franklin 591. OLD GOLD—-Bring in your old gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, also discarded jewelry. We need them in our manufacturing dept. Will pay highest prices. A. Kahn, Inc.. 935 F st. PIANO, upright: bargain for cash: •state make and price. Address Box 428-X. Star office. * USED FURNITURE—Young couple want it once; furnishing nine rooms. North 2450. MO* ANYTHING TG SELL? Phone Main 1282 or 9539. WESCHLER'S. 920 PA AVE. NW. Household Effects. Merchandise Stocks, Automobiles, etc. Thirty-six years serving the Washington public. BIJBINEBB OPPORTUNITIES. WOULD LIKE to hear from an intelligent business woman. 30 to 40. who has some knowledge of nursing preferred: SI,OOO cash required, part interest in business: board, room and moderate salary allowed; good ap pearance and intelligence more essential than cash. Address Box 9-Z. Star office. • LOCAL manufacturing corporation is expand ing its business and will sell a limited amount of its capital stock for this purpose. This is an excellent opportunity for invest ment in a proven enterprise. For particulars address Box 8-Z. Star office. 31 * TIRE AND B A TTERY 'store, located in n.e.; battery end will pay all over head expenses; or will consider good battery nmn as partner. Address Box 397-X. Star office. 29* GARAGE AND REPAIRS—OO-car capacity doing excellent business; rent. $l5O month: 6-year lease: owner has other business. Price. $950. Address Box 378-V. Star office. _____ 4* RETIRING" PARTNER desires" to sell half Interest in cafeteria doing attractive busi ness; good location, long lease; terms. Ad dress BOX 497 X. Star office. * SECOND TRUST NOTES for aajel *si 00 to $500: D. C. and Md. property: good safety margin. C. B. Riddle. Bethesda, Md. Bc ttiPßda 411. _ LOOK at this ad! With fifty-five dollars you have a store and rooms in excellent sec tion. Act quickly! 4015 Ga. ave. Ml • AUTO REPAIR SHOP and accessory store, established; good opportunity for reliable man. Address Box 10-Z, Star office. • TAILOR SHOP for sale, or will sell the fix tures at a very reasonable price; must leavo town. 1522 North Capitol st. 31*_ APARTMENT, 5 rooms: modern, beautifully furnished: price right if sold by Thursday. Address Box 4-Z, Star office. * SMALL GROCERY, cheap for cash, or take lot or closed ear: low rent; rooms; this week. 2M7 14th st. n.e. 30* WILL BUY 2nd trust notes on D. C. proper ties. with liberal discount; give full particu- Address Box 7-Z, Star office. ROOMING HOUSE. 12 rooms, 2 baths: near Interior Dept.: rent. SBS: price. S7OO. P. B. Havenner. Suite 203. 1400 G St. N.W. WANTED- —To rent gasoline filling station in Washington or nearby: give full particu lars in first letter. Address Box 406-X. Star office. __ 30* WILL PURCHASE two or three well secured small second trust notes on liberal discount; state full information. Address Box 424 X, Star office. 30* GROCERY, doing S4OO to S6OO weekly, for Immediate sale; sickness in family reason for selling; terms. Address Box 483-X. Star office. _ _ GROCERY, doing SBOO weekly, must be sold at sacrifice owing to dissolution of partner ship; do not overlook this opportunity. Ad dress Box 474-X. Star office. _ S2OO WILL start you in business. Money making possibilities. Write Secretary. 113 8. Stockton st.. Trenton, N. J. * DRY GOODS STORE cheap; good location. Call Col. 10007 after 4 p.m., 4829 Ga. ave. 4* CIGAR STAND doing good paying cash busi ness; owner must sell. Address Box 494-X. Star Office. * BIG sacrifice —Beautiy shop, doing Food business, for sale; owner sick; downtown. Address Box 409 X. Star office. 29* WANTED —To rent furnished rooming bouse; or will buy furnishings if price is right. Ad dress Box 475-X. Star office. 30* ROOMING HOUSE, 15 rooms. 4 baths: must sell immediately. Apply 1414 Mass. ave. n.w. DRY GOODS AND EMBRGibKIJt’ STORE; worth $3,000. for SI,OOO. if ried at once. 818 H st. n.e. FOR SALE—Confectionery, cigar store; very cheap, 2417 Pa. ave. n.w. ao» HOTEL BARBER SHOP. fclttfg ***■ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. (Continued.) BARBER shop, valet shop, -agai magaji *lne and candy concession at Phillips Ter- t race Ant.. 1801 Argonne pi. Apply resident j < manager or WM. S. PHILLIPS A CO.. TNC. , 1 i Ifls K St. N.W. Main 4600. Adams 6710.1 EXACTING INVESTORS i 1 —demanding security and high yield with principal and interest guaranteed—write for details of security meeting the above require ments. Address Box 499 X. Star office. * FOR SALK—MISCELLANEOUS. BAG. solid gold mesh, like new: cost $400: less than half price: private party. Address Box 492 X. Star office. • BICYCLE, new: best make, $18: S4O value. 1323 Mass, ave, g.e, BRASS BED. spring and mattress, sls; also refrigerator. sls. Call after 5 p.m.. Apt. 2, 931 O St. n.w 31* BUREAU and CHAIRS for sale; cheap. Mo t E si ue. Phone Line. 184. • CARACUL COAT, light, size 16 S2O; new Waltham watch. 15-jcwcl. 407 Seward square. Line. 283. 20* CLOTHING—HoId your tacae* * i you *e» us fir«t about our elegant tailor-made over coats and suits (slightly used). $5 to sl6. Big selection. The Famous .Birth's Old Stand, 619 T> st. n w. COAT, lady’s, extra handsome, new taupe i fur fabric, warmly lined: size 40 to 44: SSO: * a bargain, 1318 Rhode Island ave. n.w. • COATS (2f. ladies’, small size; beaver col lars and cuffs; reasonable price. 1 112 Spring rd. Contents of apartment, including extra large pic—*: no dealers. Columbia 2145. Branch 245. I COW MANURE, well rotted; $lO Fon de livered. Columbia 5502. 29* DAY BED. mahogany buffet, white enamel twin beds bureau: all in excellent con dition. Pot. 1801. DINING ROOM SUITE. 10 pieces. American I Walnut, slightly Used: also bed-davenport. 2815 14th st n.w Adams 9868 * FIXTURES soda fountain, cash register, eonnters. tee box. showcase, shelves, safe, etc.: all In first-class condition. Applv 2924 14th. Co). I f)OM9. * FURNITURE Beautiful two-piece Karpcn t living room suite: party leaving city will j sell at great reduction. Call mornings at I Phillips terrace. Apt Id's * FURNITURE of all kinds, must be sold: ■ cheap, M2O Sth st n.w. Ml * GAS RANGE. Detroit Jewel, upright oven: good condition. 324 II st. n.e. Lincoln 6782-M. 29* GAS RANGES, new ar-d slightly used, ail i sizes: less than half price. Why pay more? Every range guaranteed J. w. Williams 809 tlth n.w. Main 2980. 30* _ ! GENERATORS exchanged: Ford. $5: Essex | and Chevrolet, $12.50: completely rebuilt, j j guaranteed: rewound armatures for all cars, j js3 up. ('arty. 1008 I 4th. North 224. * I GLASS LINED TANK. 1 300 r.il.' capacity: j excellent for storage purposes. Walker I j Hill Da-rv. 530 7th si. s.e j OFFICE FURNITURE, light oak. including I ( large flat top desk and swivel chair, typist's I desk and chair and large four-drawer flic. J 5821 9th »t. n.w. MO* OVERCOAT, mart s. fur lined, caracul col lar: suitable for chauffeur; price, ten dollars, j 14 12 Spring id. j I’l ANp-—Will transfer m.v equity in flne piano to party taking over balance of eon- I tract at $lO monthly. Address Box M7O-X, I Star Office. j PIANO. Ample, t reproducing upright, in cx lerllent condition: will sacrifice for one-half ; original price. Set- Mr. Poole, 835 New York ! ave n.w . : PIANO. Chickening upright: will make excel i I-nt instrument for beginner; SB3 cash. 825 ; New York ave. n.w. PIANO, st. mu ay upright excellent eondi- I Don. will sacrifice for quick sale. The j Piano Shop. BMS New York ave. n.w. PIANOS—We are offering special redue- ! : tions on new- and used Grands and Uprights j ; for the holidays. Grands as low as $375' j j user) uprights from SBS up. Grands and j 1 Uprights for rent. Pianos taken in ex | I change on Vo-ti-olas. Hugo Woroh. 1110 G t , Est. 1879. 11 PIANOS, upright: also players: all kinds to j 1 j be sold to pay storage charges: all makes; j I front $.>4.50 up: also one practically new' ; talking machine: cost $150: price. $35. | Real Christmas bargains. 418 10th st n.w. : I PIANO-—Will sacrifice baby grand piano I I for quick sale: easy terms arranged if re- I j quested To inspect eall_ Col. 5644. REFRIGERATORS—New and second-hand, j ( for all purposes. McCray Refrigerator Co.. ! i 822 13th st. n.w. | REFRIGERATING MACHINE. Lipman auto- j i matic; late model; guaranteed- in good con- j j ditton Phone R, F. Penney. Pot 1031. 31* I , j RESTAURANT ‘FIXTURES, shelving, mir- ' I mrs. large broiler, big range v.ith boiler i | furniture. P<>-t Lunch, 13th and E. Ml* j REVOLVING DOOR, new Van Kan ml fin ished in Circassian walnut: diameter. 8 ft.: J height. 7 ft. Perpetual Building Association, i 11 tii and E *ts. n.w. .SAXOPHONE. B-flat tenor, silver, gold bell. ! pearl keys, case: brand-new : never used; cost $185: cash or terms. $125. Beard Stu : j dios. 3471 14th st. n.w. s SAXOPHONES tenor banida, violins. edr • nets, etc terms as low as $2 monthly: get ■ i our monthly rental plan. We teach you to I i play by methods that have produced over 50 . ‘ professional players from our classes. We j rent you Instrument, and rental applies to ! purchase of new instrument. Beard Stu i dio« 3471 14th st. n.w. Adams 2509. | SEWING MACHINES —Old machines made j rood as new: none for sale: examination j I free. Slauson. 804 sth n.w. Main 8831. < ______ _ UiMT* . ■ j SEWING MACHINES repaired. Work guar- | an teed. Used machines. So up. Rentals. $3 j per month. D. C. Sewing Machine Shop. 703 II S' n.e. Line. 8089. 2* SEWING MACHINES— D.-h. Singer. sl6; New Home. sls: Standard. sls; New Ideal, $10; others at $5: all guar New machines, t $3 mo. Renting and repairing. Open evenings. S.E. Sew . Melt. Shop. 319 Pa. ave.a.e. L. 275. SEWING MACHINE, very fine, high-grade. 1 White; practically new: all attachments. 1 3621 New Hampshire aye. n.w __ TABLES (51. banquet, wood. Bx 4: also 200 . punch glasses, little used; will sacrifice. 2108 Pc-nna. ave. West 25. 30* TUXEDO, size 38. practically new. sl6: 1 radio set. 3 tube, loud speaker. S2O. 1121 New Hampshire ave.: apply manager. 29* ! TYPEWRITER RENTAL sERViCE Adams 1891. Underwoods. L. C. Smiths. Royals, $3.26 mo.; 3 mos. in adv.. SB-25; 6 tnos.. sl6. 1 TYPEWRITERS Washington Typewriter ! Exchange. 901-903 N Y Ave.. invites mspec* ! lion of its large, splendid stock of new. re i built and second-hand t.viewriters; low prices, ; can* or terms: fine lent&ls. _Frank. 1014. 1 TYPEWRITERS —American Typewriter Co., ! big clearance sale closing out our entire j stock of portables, some absolutely new: i rents greatly reduced. 1431. East Capitol st. . j Lincoln 82. Open evenings. i VACUUM CLEANER. Universal, nearly new; used short time: sls. 1439 Girard n.w. • Adams 900. i WASHING MACHINE. Easy electric, late I model, slightly used: SSO. Phone Adams 0843. OFFICE FURNITURE FROM U. 8. GOVT. I Complete line of desks, file cabinets, lock ers. office chairs and tables: tremendous sav ings. Everything you want lor your office. WASHINGTON SALVAGE CO.. lArniture Dept.. 310 Bth St. N.W. 1 Show Cases and Store Fixtures. Ruse & Company, tory.” Resident Salesman. Lincoln 8463. __ RADIO AND EQUIPMENT. MUST SELL —4-tube Browning-Drake, with Balkite B eliminator, Westinghouse 100- hour A battery and Apco A charger. 1438 A st. s.e. _ 90*. Loudspeaker radio, factory built, new: I all complete, tubes, cabinet, batteries and I loud speaker; $33.75. Address Box 478 X, I Star Office. 29* i RADIO SERVICE —Radios and eliminators ’ Installed and repaired by experts; aerial* erected: call any time. Kennedy's. Adams 285. , DOGS I’ETS. ETC. ' PARROTS Young Mexican and talking parnits: guaranteed. ATHERTON'S PET . SHOP. 338 Indiana ave. Main 4703. * _ ‘ COLLIE"' male:' unusually beautiful, largo watchdog: devoted to children; price. S3O. Box 481, Pennsylvania Ave. Branch P. O. • 1 DOG HOUSES well built, nicely finished; $lO up. Godwin. Franklin 8770. 29* POIIDTRI AND ECxGS. I I Baby Chicks—Custom Hatching. 1 “ON THE HILL.” POULTRY FARM AND HATCHERY. U F D. 3, Rockville, Md. Phone Kens. 136-J. First chicks ready Jan. 4th and every ' Tuesday thereafter during season. Barred Rocks and R. I. Reds. 18c each: Leghorns. 18c Others on request. Also representing the JAMES MFG. Co. Incubators, brooder stoves, poultry equipment. FOiCs VUK—AUTOMOBILES. ~~ BUICK BROUGHAM SEDAN: excellent con dition throughout; 2 spare* tires and trunk on rear: trade smaller car; terms arranged. Columbia 723iU ■ BUICK TOURING, model 24-35; beautiful • blue Duco finish; tires, top and upholstery excellent; 4-wheel brakes: mechanical condi tion guaranteed. Only $360: terms if de sired. Call Mr. Vernon, Pot. 1000: after 6 p.m.. Adams 5811. : BUICK 21-45 touring; good shape; good tires- $175; Wednesday evening only Adams 6798-W. * I BUICKS, both new and used: coupes, sedans, coaches and open cars: reasonable terms; vour car in trade. Telephone Main 6229. T. 8. GADDE39. 1010 Conn. Ave, ' BUI CKM ASTER 8 COUPE, 4-pass.; that extromelv popular model, with 4-wheel brakes. 6-tires. 2 bumpers and everything. ■ Truly wonderful bargain, alt ready to go. Blue Duco. Just pay as you ride. Your car as part payment. Lincoln Salesroom, 1183 ( (inn. ave Main 298(1. BUIt K MASTER SIX 4-pass, coupe; late model, new paint: given excellent care by owner; terms. Cal! Mr. Lieberman, Her man's Clothes 8hoi». • Fr. 4249. _ • CHEVROLET COACtI, 1925; 5 balloon tires, lock wliei I; driven carefully bv owner: paint, motor and upholstery in excellent condition; sacrifice: one-third down, balance 12 months. North 5533-W. ( HEVR6LET7J 925. COAt!H. fully equipped: mechanically and appearance excellent, $375; terms. Sen Mr. Barnes, 1020 Conn. ave. Open evenings until 9 o clock. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1924; excellent con dition throughout; 4 new tires; original 1 i^ u ttoiS* B §sr4 dowa Mj,menu •“* FOR SAUK—AUTOMOBILES. (Continued.) < H K.VfICIJ'.T < OACH. late 1924 ; good condi tion; SB2 cash, balance monthly payments. • 'all Mr. Brewer, Main BSt) CHEVROLET COACH. 1923—G00d tire* and condition: $125. . Pot 2524 after 8 p.m. 81* CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN Bought new November 27, lias been driven very tittle: car is in perfect mechanical condition and looks sarnie as new; will sell for $720: terms can be arranged for reliable party. If. you would like to see this car call Adams CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN. latest model: owner’s car; a few months old; run only 500 miles, actual mileage; extras in cluded, This Is a real buy for $196 down: balance in 15 or 18 months, including a new car guarani -e. Call Atlantic 282-J after 5 ti nt. _ CHEVROLET COACH. 1925: an excellent car that shows the care it has had. A real bargain at $395: terms. Adams 5811. CHEVROLET TOURING Dfi LUXE 1924 motor and tires in fine condition: body re painted. S2B 80 down: $2.08 per week. Unlumhia K750-W CHEVROLET BUMPERS and bumperettes special, sls per set; installed for 1925 and 1928 cars. Chevrolet balloon tires. Silver town Goodrich and Dunlop, very special, $12.50. Ourismatt Chevrolet Sales Co.. 818 H st n e CHEVROLET COACH, latest 1926 model" | bumpers front and rear, spare tire, stop light, etc : used four months; forced to sell at once. $510; terms. Clove. 4064. 2* CHEVROLET COUPE late 1924. absolutely good as new: 5 excellent tires. $125. all cash. Franklin 4587. * CHEVROLET TOURING. 1925: perfect me chanical condition: 5 practically brand-new tires, bumpers front and rear; bargain at S3OO. Call Mr. Brooks bet 9 a m and 0 P.m. Lin*-. ::i:i CHEVROLET TOURING—New. '26: all ex tras. balloon tires; $450 cash or note; owner leaving town on Ist. 337 5 Rhode Island me. n.e. • UHEVROLET3. all models and years; many repainted in Duco and fully equipped. Sev eral 1927 demonstrators, priced low on terms. Rarry-Pate Motor Co., Inc., 2525 sherman ave n.w. and 1218 Conn. ave. n.w. Adams 8008 Main 888. CHEVROLET TOURING 1938 bumpers! niototneter. 5 very good balloon tires: paint like new: driven 11,809 miles. ('ash or terms, ('all Atlantic 282-J after 5 p.m. DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN, 1935: fully ••quip ped. balloon tires, disc wheels. This car is a real bargain. Will sell for cash or terms, hut must tie sold before Jan. 3rd. Call Adams 9088-W. DODGE COUPE 1935-—in perfect running i condition: newly painted: excellent rubber, new spate: bumpers front and rear, many accessories: a real "snappy car." Compelled to sacrifice for $490. Phone West 1394-J. 3380 N st 30* ! DODGE TOURING. 1924: excellent" niechan | ical condition: good tires; paint exceptional; I tci ms, Columbia 7 339. ! ELGAR ROADSTER, fine condition; good! Dies; sloll cash, jvpply after u p.m. 1 120 \ • K st. n.e. 30* : j EBSEX COACH. 1926; mechanical condition) very good; new paint. Call Col. 7790 . Mr. (o-i ESSEX COACH, lfc.’7: fully equipped; care fully driven; excellent mechanical condition. Call Col. 790. Mr. Gist. FORD COT;PE. old model; good condition; reasonable. North 4145-J. 119* FORD SEDAN body cheat) for cash. _ 2007 iSltl n .v,. 30* FORD ROADSTER, late 1928; excellent con dition: extra tire: lock wheel; $350. 182 b Gaunt so Col. 7355. FORD SEiJAN. 1924: driven carefully by owner; upholstery and paint like new . tire* and motor in good condition: sacrifice; one i thud down, balance monthly North 5533 V\ l FORD BEDAN. late 1923 new tires, ex.client motor; leaving town: SBO. 5435 9th n.w. Adam* 8015-w. 39* FORD Turioa. 1P35, SEDAN, mechanically and appeal ale e excellent. $260; terms, "see Mt. Barnes. 1030 Conn. ave. Open until o p.m. FORD 1926 TUDOR SEDANSh run ofiTs 3.000 miles; balloon tiles. Duco finish, speed n»rrotpi\ gra* ffnugr*. parkin? iiftht, an* tomatio wiper, special horns, toot accelera tor. bumpers, spare tire, shock absorbers, etc., at a tremendous reduction, on easy terms; your ear as part payment. Warfield Motor I'n. il:t3 • min. ave. Main 2080. FORD TI 'DOR ,~i 928 SEDAN nichanicallr and appearance excellent; $350; terms. See Mr. Barnes. 1020 Conn. ave. Open evenings until 9 p.m. _ j FORD COUPE. 2 months old. accessories: bargain Can arrange terms. Cleve. 4705. Atit. 201. _ _ j FORD" TOURING. 1926: excellent balloon tires, bumper. Yale igirition lock, parking Mights etc: paint like new: motor and bat jtery guaranteed. $43 4t) down; $4.34 per i week Columbia 875UW._ FORD TUDOR SEDaH. i§26; tireft good a« new : excellent shat»e in every way; bargain: $175. Torrey Motor Co., 2110 L at. n.w. FffRD"ROADSTER. 1928 bumpers front and rear, lock wheel, speedometer, spare tire: other extras; good as new. $250: terms. Torrey Motor Co.. 2110 L st, n.w. FORD COUPE’, late 1923; perfect condition and appearance; sacrifice. $125. ail cash. Frank)in 4567. FORDS, large asortment of open and clbsed models to select from: priced low on terms. Barry-Pate Motor Co.. Inc.. 2i> , s.-> Sherman ave. n.w. and 1318 Conn. ave. n.w. Adams 8080 and Mam SSO. FORD "ENGINES WELDED IN THE CAR, $3 5o anu $7.00. Frozen engine heads ex • hanged. $3.50. Weldit Co.. 516 Ist n.w. ’ HUDSON BROUGHAM. 1 year old: driven ‘ only 10.000 nnies: sacrifice lor only one-bail iol original cost. Adams 5811. 1653 New i ton st n.w. HI DSON. 1925. BROUGHAM, fully equipped: mechanically and appearance excellent. $. •;»: terms. See Mr. Barnes. 1020 Conn. ave. Open evenings until 9 p.m. HUDSON BROUGHAM. 1 year old; driven only 10.000 miles; sacrifice for only one-half of original cost. Adams 5811. 1603 New ton st. n.w. HUDSON COACH, late 1925; can be bought tor unpaid balance. $425.50; terms. Phone Potomac 6286. HUDSON BROUGHAM. 1927; fully equip ped; carefully driven: mechanically o.k. t all Col. 27 90- Mr. Thomas. HUDSON COACH, 1927; fully equipped. will sacrifice. lis K n.w. HUDSON COACH. 1926; new lacquer paint, perfect condition. Call Mr. MacAvoy, Bur ntigton Hotel. Main 6980, HUDSON. 1920, COACH. _ mechanically and appearance excellent. $075: terms. See Mr. parties, ,J 020 Conn. ave. open evenings until a p.m. HUPP 1925, CLUB SEDAN: mechanically and appearance excellent; lully equipped, $050; terms. See Mr. Barnes. 1030 Conn. ave. Open evenings until 9 p.m. HUPP. 1924. COUPE, fully equipped: nie chamcally and appearance excellent. $450; terms. See Mr. Barnes, 1020 Conn. ave. Opening evenings until 9* p.m. HUPMOBILE 6 SEDAN—Less than a month old; run less than 60 miles; you can save $325 on the price ol one bought new: must sell at once; terms L Woodsuie 353. 30* JORDAN ROADSTER. 1926: great hne eight special; Duco cream color; $1,200 to cash purchaser. Mr, Houtz. Main 9096. 30* LINCOLNS —5 and 7 pass, sedans, sport toiu’ings, phaetons, coupes or limousines, at prices not to he equaled anywhere, on terms that are ugreeable to your pocketoook. with your old car as part payment. Lincoln Salesroom. 1)32 Conn, ave. Main 2080. _ OAKLAND"SPORT ROADSTER, latest model - used a very little; can not be told from new, and equals a new car in every way. Cheap for cash. Torrey Motor Co., 3110 L st. n.w. Westjtii. OAKLAND SEDAN. 1027 mode), run less than 1,000 miles new-car guarantee still in force: trade smaller car; terms arranged. Columbia 7239. OLDS MOBILE BROUGHAM, new motor; sacrifice: $176. 830 Emerson st. n.w. _ Sash" advanced six sedan, iate 1025: 4-wheel brakes, disc wheels, seat covers, shock absorbers, bumpers, niototneter, heater, automatic windshield cleaner. Will demonstrate. Can be bought for S9OO. Car in A-l condition. Too large a car for owner to drive. Cash or terms. Call At lantic 283-J after s_p.ni. PACKARD STRAIGHT 8 SEDAN. 7-passen ger- very low mileage: beautiful condition throughout; you cannot get a bigger bar gain, price and condition considered, any where. Lincoln Salesroom will take your old car and arrange terms. 1132 Conn. ave. Main 208 U. PEERLESS 8 SEDAN. 7 pass.: new blue black Duco: very late model: looks like Cadillac; ready for any trip: this is a steal at $785, on easy terms, with your car as part payment. Lincoln Salesroom. 1132 Conn. ave. Main 2080. PONTIAC COACH. 1928: driven 7.000 miles; repossessed; very unusual opportunity. Call Mr. Houtz. M ain 9096. 30* AUTOMOBILES by auction at Weschlcr's. 920 Pa. ave. n.w., every Wednesday and Saturday. 10 a,m. PARTS to all cars in stock: old cars bought regardless of condition. Isadore Glasser. 812 6th st. n.w. Franklin 6553. BTUDEBAKER STANDARD SIX COACH, lata 1925: in A-l condition: 2-colored Duco design; 5 very good balloon tires; many extras, including heater. Will demon strate. This is a real buy for $880: cash or terms. Call Atlantic 282-J after 5 p.m. FROZEN ENGINES WELDED IN THE CAR. Weldit Co., 516 Ist st. n.w. CHEVROLET ENGINES WELDED in th« car. $5 to sls. Weldit Co., 510 Ist n.w. SALESMAN’S DEMONSTRATOR. Reo Sedan, fully equipped; driven 3,000 miles; new car guarantee: a saving of several hundred dollars. C. J. Brooks. 1509 14th st. n.w. Main 4173. STUTZ STRAIGHT “8” ROADSTER. Only driven 4,000 miles, fully equipped, 2 spare tires, etc.; like new in every way. Substantial reduction; will accept smaller car in trade, HOLLAND MOTOR CO„ 1700 Conn. Ave. "oURTUSI^^^J^RE^PR^D^ItIGHT. AUTOMOBILES, ETC.' FOH SAIJC—AVTOMOBII.ES. BRAND-NEW HUDSON. Coach: party unable to take delivery. will sell for sl**o off: no finance charges terms or trade. 2007 18th n.w 3Q« OUR USED CARS ARE PRICED RIGHT, VERY EASY TERMS THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 1 It h ST. _ N W MAIM <l7B. HONEST VALUES. 1926 Nash Adv. Six Victoria. 1926 Nash Spd. 2-door Sedan. 1925 Dodge Type A Sedan. 1925 Essex Coach. 1924 Ford Fordor Sedan. 1926 Ford Coupe. Ford, Dodge, Nash and oilier tourings. HA\VKIXS NASH Ml)T()R COMPANY, INC., Conveniently located. 1333-1.327 14th St. X.W. Main 5780. PACKARD ‘‘B ’ SEDAN. Equal to new. and the price less than half what it cost, terms or trade. 2007 1 Mth N.SV. rrrr~..._ __ ATTENTION. Now is your opportunity to purchase a good used car at a price which is more than rea sonable. A fine selection to choose from. BUICK. All models and prices. Also various other makes of cars, in cluding: DODGE, FORD, ST C DEBAKER. ETC. Best Terms Your Car in Trade. EMERSON & ORME, 1620 M St. N.W. Fr. 3860. Open Evenings--Sunday OCR USED CARS ARE PRh ED RIGHT. VERY EASY TERMS THE TREW MOTOR ft).. 1303 14th ST X.W MAIN 4173. LIXCOLX 1926 BROUGHAM. lUDKfNS“ BODY. Driven only few hundred miles fully I enuipped and condition equal to new ] throughout: most attractive car in town and price reasonable: reaeon for selling. owner! going to Europe terms or trade can be ar- j ranged with party in charge 2007 18th ST. N W. Tel. North 0889. :to* REPOSSESSED CARS AT SACRIFICE PRICES. TERMS OR TRADE. 12 MONTHS - 'TO PAY. Lincolns. Cadillac., Packards. Buicks. Hudsons. Essex. Chevrolets and i Fords: sedans, •-ounce, tounug cars arid roadsters. All in perfect condition fully equipped and guaranteed. Prices most attractive: no finance charge. 2007 18th N.W. 29* OFR USED CARS ARE PRICED RIGHT. VERY EASY TERMS THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 14th ST N.W MAIN 4173. YOUR OLD CAR WILL BE ACCEPTED AS PART PAYMENT ON ANY CAR LISTED. BELOW. 1926 HUDSON BROUGHAM. 1926 HUDSON COACH. 1925 HUDSON COACH (2). 1924 HUDSON COACH. 1925 ESSEX COACH (4). These cars are mechanically right; good tires, and most of them have been refinished and look the part of new cars. You will be proud to own one. HOLLAND MOTOR CO., 1019 17th ST. N.W. POT. 862. SAVE BUY YOUR A CASH XASH A SPECULATION. If you take a chance and win. you're lucky. You can win herp without taking a chance or trusting to luck. REMEMBER. Somebody in this town displays and sells better “used cars." After looking over our stock, you’ll lie in the best position to pass and us*- your own J UDGMEXT. '24 Hudson Speedster, sacrifice $250 '25 H > 7-pass. Sedan, unusual rate <194 ’*2«> 11 I Uulf U « *iUii pOsweD, O li* <: .dye-iH* hail* h m hu t color design: looks like some body’s new car; see tnis car to day 950 ’29 Nash Touring, new-car guaranty... 795 ’25 Willys-Knight 3-door Sedan 035 '23 Marmoti 4-pass. Sport 075 '24 OaKiaiul Sedan (4WB) 495 '25 Overland "6” Coach 400 '23 Nash Coupe “0." reftnished 475 '25 Chrysler “70’’ Coach 875, '29 Chrysler “58” Sedan 790 i '24 Studebaker. cost $2,500 new 975 '29 Chrysler “50” Coupe 725 '29 Nash Advanced Coach 950 '25 Nash Special Coach 925 '25 Nash 4-door Sedan 795 '24 Nash Adv. Touring, guaranteed... 490 '22 Willys Roadster, snappy, good 225 '22 Hupmobile Touring, sacrifice 75 '23 Columbia Touring 98 '23 Durant Coupe 195 '24 Ford Touring 75 '23 Auburn Touring 75 '25 Nash Advanced Touring 575 ‘25 Dodgn Coupp 590 '24 Studebaker Touring 425 '24 Buick Touring 490 '23 Buick Touring (special) 298 '24 Chevrolet Touring 25 '24 Chevrolet Touring 45 And other ears for your choice. Terms are reasonably low; your car in trade. CHECK BACK Over the list and compare prices if doubtful. Bring your deposit and remember the address. i “WALLACE” For Better Used Cars. 1709 L St. Main 7612. OURUSED CARS ARE PRICED RIGHT. VERY EASY TERMS. THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 14th ST. N.W. MAIN 4173. DODGE SEDAN. Only driven few hundred miles: equal to new throughout: terms or trade. 2007 18th N.W. ■—— 30* FOfl SAI.F—AITTOMCBII.ES. NO "cash IF You have a good used car to Trade. IF ou Have No Car to Trade and NO Cash, Or Just a Little Cash, Write to the address below, tell us what you want and how much you want to pay. Expect a big surprise. “BETTER USED CARS.” Address Box 396-S. Star office. OUR USED CARB ARE PRICED RIGHT VERY EASY TERMS , the TREW MOTOR CO . _ 1 oOf) 14th ST X.W. MAIN 4173 PEERLESS Your Opportunity. Buy With (. onfidence 1925—M00N ROADSTER S6OO 19*4—BUICK ROADSTER 6b” J —CF.ERI.E'S COUPE. 8 CYI 950 192;*—OAKLAND COACH sp;, 192 ft—FORD COUPE 295 1925 BUICK BROUGHAM 1.160 1924 NASH SEDAN «5n VLV.P.° l - I’T Tor RIN G ... 50 SEDAN. 7 PASS... 3.250 ?“4- PEMtf.ESS SEDAN . 895 1921—DODGE TOURING. WINTER }9;I—PEERLESS 4 PASS TOUR • loi* U^,r, l A T ; iK T PASS TOURING... 9..C1 PEER!.ESS 7 PASS SEDAN . ”50 STUDEBAKER 1 PASS SPT TO!’it! “5.1 1927—BRAND-NEW BIG t) STIIDE* «VKER TOURING. SHERIFF MODEL i Aon 1029—PEERLESS q-So SEDAN .. 1 ipm 929 FORD TUDOR SEDAN . 4im 1029 HUDSON BROUGHAM , 1.03.* 1923 BUICK MASTER SIX ( OAC< 995 1924 PEERLESS 7 PASS. TOUR. 1924 FLINT TOURING ? U Tlll 1111 495 HUDSON TOURING 7ft 1929 CHRYSLER “70" SEDAN... 1.350 1920—MODEL 7.) WILLYS-KNIGHT COUPE 1 250 1925 MODEL 9*l WILLYS-KNIGHT COUPE SEDAN . . .... . 1 I : EAST TERMS YOUR CAR IN TRADE i PEERLESS MOTORS CO.. FACTORY BRANCH | 14th and P Sts. Main 9850. j Also /22 17th St. N.W. Frank. 633. Open Evenings and Sundays. OUR USED CARS ARt: I'RIrED RIGHT VERY EASY TERMS. „ THE TREW MOTOR CO.. HUDSON—ESSEX. SACRIFICE OF USED CARS. Now is the time to buy a use. car. Without question, we have the lowest prices in Washington j Hudson '2*l Coach 9595 Hudson '25 Coach 495 1 Hudson ‘24 t'oarh 295 ! Essex '29 Coach 373 Esso* '25 Coach 29.5 Esse* '22 Touting J 27» 1 Esso* ’2-3 Coach 295 i Ki»srl Roadster 325 Chevrolet '25 Coach 375 Chryeler “70" Touring 525 Chevrolet '25 Sedan 450 Ford '29 Roadster 250 Ford '2O Touring 2,50 Oakland ’25 Coach 450 ; We have never before sold cars at such low prices. Your car in trade, but they mils' come in at the right price. Lambert-lludson Motors Co.. 1722 L St., West of Conn. Ave. "ourTused "cars areTriced'right VERY EASY TERMS THE TREW MOTOR CO., 1509 14th ST. X.W. MAIN 4173 ‘‘TREW’’ VALUE'S IN SEDANS, COUPES, TOURINGS. ROADSTERS. Rebuilt, repainted, new tires. Also many 1926 models. VERY EASY" TERMS. THE TREW MOTOR CO., 1509 14th ST. N.W. Main 4173. OUR USED CARS ARE PRICED"RIGHT. VERY EASY TERMS. THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 1 4th ST. X.W. MAlfc 4173. CHEVROLET DEMONSTRATORS. Four 1927 closed models; sub stantial reduction. These car> have been used for demonstra tion short time only; new-car guarantee; open Sunday. Barry- Pate Motor Co., I tic.. 2525 Sher man ave. n.w. and 1218 Conn, ave. n.w. Adams 6000 and Main 880. REPOSSESSED CARS. These cars are selling for the unpaid balances. Cars guaranteed 30 days. TO FORDS. Coup?*, sedans. touring car* and road sters. early and late models; SIOO up. Chevrolet Sedan. 1924. A-l; $350. Buick Touring. 4-wheel brake*; perfect order; $465. ........ . . „ Packard Straight 8 Roadster, mechanically A-l. new tire*; best looking car in town. Two Buick Si* Roadsters. Flint Sport Roadster. 1925: all new cord tire*; mechanically 0.K.: sacrifice. 2 ESSEX COACHES. 1925 models, iust overhauled: newly paint ed good tires; $435 each. 6 Studebakers —1924 Models. Two 7-pass Sedans $793 each Three 7-pass. Tourings Oi 5 each Four Light 6 Tourings ......... 4J3each Terms, 20% Cash. Balance 12 Months. CLASSMAN SALKS AND FINANCE COM PAN V, 1321 L St. N.W. Main 6705. AN OPPORTUNITY Step on it! Don't YOU want to buy a dandy car? That's what you know all Him mobile- e;. A car with a “pick-up just like a sheik A car you can use every day of the v>i . A touring car with cylinders four. Two new tires and then four more. An eight-day clock and a set of chains. Automatic wiper w?henever it rains. A motometer that gauges the heat. And a iadiat >r cover to keep out the «leet; Gabriel snubbers that you know can't be beat To keep a driver right in his seat. And the engine? Oh. boy, that simply is New rings and new wrist pins—it pulls like an "eight.” In all. it's a car that's iust handsome And nifty . And think of It. man. it s your* for two fifty •$». CALL THOMPSON. COLUMBIA 322. 1357 Oak St. N.W. •our used caSs-are pbiced Rioffr VERY EASY TERMS. THE TREW MOTOR CO.. 1509 14th ST. X.W. MAIN 4173. WAR DM AN. 1025 Dodge coupe $450 1925 Fortl touring TSO 1926 Willys-Knight sedan. 1.250 1925 Hupp, touring 500 1923 Ford sedan 90 1925 Willys-Knight coupe. 900 1526 14th ST. 1711 14th ST. POT. 5600. (Continued oa Next Pag*.) 33