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48 CLOSING HOURS' FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS It p.m. day before publication. For Sunday. 8:30 p.m. Saturday. At the Branch Agencies, on* '• hour earlier, both for dally and Sunday. Only Exceptions. Death notices and Lost and Found advertisements for the daily will be accepted up to noon day ot issue except Saturday and Legal Holidays, when the closing time ts 10:20 am. Death Notices and Lost and Pound for Th* Sunday Star will be accepted up to 11 p.m. Saturday. Keier mail onotnai cee°m mend or ions tchen ansiverlno advertisements for etnvlovment. ISE COWES HELP—MEN. ADVERTISING SALESMAN. Wide awake, good personality; leaas furnished, comnns lion basis; looa co-operation; unusual op portunity. Address Box 133-R. Star ASSISTANT MANAGER of restaurant, must be well Qulllflcd Sea food experience pre ferred. See Mr. O Donnell, 1207 E st. „»,’*• "auto MECHANIC; flrst-class; all-around man with retercnce; none other need ap ply 1063 Wisconsin ave. AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN, expenenced in Chevrolet" Apply K B Chevrolet Sales Co -1209 Wisconsin ave._n_w. ——r-rr. « d? am. Friday Brown_Bobby_CO. —_ BOILERMAKERS HELPER. union only need apply. At once, aiw Mitchell. 1818 E at. n.w. CABINET MAkER-Must. be expert # CHAUFFEURS, colored, with identifleatij ■ Sards' CallMLooFl»i-*I e -^ COLLECTOR, marrled man; «u« car. j good trouble shooter, see sai. Triangle Motor Co. . . Vharge b"st references. Address so* ° • vTfCTRICIANS. - continuous work to good CaUD?catur 2300. Branch il—- ENGINEER, b »ork all-around mechamc and » “ m « odd ref „- SggresMty Produ F efr °V. O. Box 758. Rieh brvrrT ' clerk night, middle-aged man, HOTEL clerk, ,I ‘£“ roU(thly experienced. S' local''Veference* "AWresf Star offlee. . - 3 —"rr S i 9 Military rd. Chevy Chase. pen*ence 0 preferred Cle Mr & Wheatley. 2 N. Y. have knowledge of boehkeeping and typing c A 0 w man to work on fruit and truck farm. Ap ply in person, Falls Church orchards. West Falls Church. Va.. on the Leesburg pike. MAN that has had~several veers' banking experience required; reply treated confiden tial. Address Box 142-R. Star office. 1 KlEN—If you have sold books, magazines or periodicals and not afraid to call oni busi ness people w ? e have a proposition that will interest you: liberal commissions; Perma nent bonus; steady work. Apply 120 McGill Bldg . 908 G st. n.w. Ask for sales mana ger, 8-30 to 9.30. 3 to 5. MEN, reliable, for letatl bakery routes, not afraid of outdoor work and early hours. Address Box 126-R. Star office. SEN—Pure life Insurance: rate, age 30. *l4 70; live representatives wanted. Call M. F Worthington. Bradley 508. before 10 am. and after 4 p m. . MEN. 4. neat' appearance, wanted today to sell goods on trains. Small cash security and blue suit required. Apply today to Mr. La Mon. Union News Co- east basement Union Station. 1 MEN <2). good appearance, interested In outside sales work; *25 per week guaranteed beginners. Apply Fuller Brush Co- 813 15th st. : MEN, Catholic, collectors for business: steady work; 4-6 p.m.. Room 331. Bond Bldg. * PHARMACIST, registered: good opportunity with reputable firm. State age. experience and reference. Address Box 338-R, Star cffice. PHARMACIST, registered in Maryland, for relief work. State experience. Address Box 367-R. Star office. 25* PHARMACIST, registered, for relief work. Dupont Pharmacy. 1907 Mass, ave. PLUMBER’S’ APPRENTICE „ or plumber; must have tools; steady job for right PJ/ty. Call Clarendon 688-J-l. 25*_ PRESSMAN, Kelly and Jobber, permanent Sosition to one who can produce. Address ox 332-R. Star office. REPRESENTATIVES—The Utility j Securities Ccrp. of New York, Phila. and Chicago wishes two or three representatives In this locality, part time or full time, to sell Power and Light Securities of mainly in the Middle West Utilities and Midland Utilities Co. group In replying to this ad. please address the Phila. Office, 521 Widener Bldg.. Phila.. Pa. 2,* SALES CORRESPONDENT—The man we want will sell bonds by mail. Behind him will be a large Washington financial house. A well devolcped mail department will co operate with him. What he knows about mail selling means more than what he knows about bonds. Intelligent ability to put his personality into terse, pulling. In dividually dictated letters essential. Perma nent position, genuine future. If you are the man. prove It with a letter. Tell us the facts about yourself, your experience, your salary. Address Box 395-R. Star office. SALESMEN—A new dealer just taking over the agency for new Whippets, sixes and fours, requires the services of several good salesmen to complete his organisation. Won derful opportunity for hustlers. Apply Saunders Motor Co.. 3206 M gt. n.w. SALESMEN (5). preferably those possessing advertising sales (special edition) experi ence. to solicit space on an official publica tion In Baltimore: highest commissions: im mediate. exceptional connections If qualified. State fully: give phone number. Address Box 206-M. St a r_o fflee. SODA’ DISPENSER, young man with lunch eonette experience. Apply Park Lane Phar macy. 21st end Pa. ave. n.w. * STEWARD, capable, painstaking: club, hotel experience; also control of kitchen and housework; state experience, salary desired. Address Box 410-R. Star office. 26* TAXI DRIVERS, reliable, with identification cards. Apply Wardman Taxi Co- rear 2013 M at. n.w. 28* TIMEKEEPER, capable of handling level in strument on building construction. Slat* age, wages, reference. Address Box 352-R, Star office. 26* _ YOUNG MAN, white, with automobile aim motor cycle driving experience. Call be tween 10 and 3 at Investment Bldg. Garage Co- Ine- basement of 15th and K sts. n.w. YOUNG MAN. wide awake; must have driver’s permit; prefer one famillsr with Ford parts. Parkway Motor Co- 1065 Wis consin ave. n.w. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN —We have two vacancies to be filled: an exceptional oppor tunity for men who are willing to work. Northeast Hupmobtle Sales. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY For three high-class men with sales abil ity to Increase their earnings representing one of Washington’s leading banks through a special savings account department. Men elected will be trained for this special wi.rk and should earn between *2.400 and *5,000 annually with unlimited future possibilities. Apply room 507, Commercial National Bank Building. 9 to 11 a.m., and 4 to 5 p.m. ' OPPORTUN IT Y FOR EXPERIENCED TAX MAN. A practicing accounting and incoma tax firm in Washington desires the services of a thoroughly experienced tax man, preferably one who is or has been employed by the Treasury Department. Applications should be addressed to Box 329-R. Star office. MEN. Can use 2 ndore men at once for light out door work, average over *35 per week. Ap- j ply 358 Munsey Bldg. ■ AT ONCE. Wanted, man for responsible position; must have knowledge of Washington and vicinity; reference and car required. Phone North 2175 between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. lor appointment. SALESMAN —for our furnishing goods dept. Thoroughly experienced. References. Apply Manager Men’s Furnishings Dept. PARKER BRIDGET CO., The Avenue at 9th. TIRE CHANGER wanted, ex perienced man only. Apply Gen eral Tire Co., 13th and Eye sts. n.w. BARBER. Thoroughly skilled on women’s and children s hair cutting. * Apply Beauty Shop, 3rd Floor, GOLDENBERG’S. 1" MOON MULLINS—A New Place to Spend His Evenings. —By WILLARD. S5J7ShS55t*. ( VourcaughterY father- S«J.> HfVB OUST J HE , s AM IMPOS tor -fgjm CMLEO UPON \ CtHE MATTe«\ UP A ®‘ T WH “- E fl ( VOU WONT GET MONEY c °\_. AMD f ' W TH W I I* A CHECK FOR ) M TOLO A I seew 1 MORTIMER^(TOFF - / M) J OF THE VTO BE ALL W»OHT hnr^TT MA WELL GOOO MARK WORDS, HE ( PROMISED. I'LL PUT H\M 1.u...... in HELP—MEN. (Continued.) REAL OPPORTUNITY —for young men, 18 to 30, in ra dio department, outside selling. Applv to Mr. Prince, radio dept., 'THE IIECHT CO., Frigidairc Sales Corporation, Washington Branch, has openings for 2 men in household sales dept, and an opening for one man in I commercial sales dept. An excellent | opportunity for a sincere, energetic i man, between 25 and 40 years of age, I who owns a car, to make a perma nent connection; salary while in training. Apnly to Mr. Watson, 10 to 3 p.m., 1600 Eckington place n.e. Frigidaire Sales Corporation. TWO YOUNG SA EESM EN WANTED —to sell oil burners; experience not necessary. Must have car and willingness to work hard. Do not call unless you mean business. 904 12th St. N.W. SALESMEN. UNUSUAL OPENING. Arthur Jordan Piano Co. will add two men to their radio sales force. Men selected may be any where between 20 and 40 and must be SSO to $75 per week men; experience in radio is not essential; we will train and co operate in every possible way. 4th floor, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. ARTHUR TORDAN PIANO CO. 13th AND G STS. N.W. HELP—MEN AND WOMEN. AUDITOR for hotel: must be experienced bookkeeper and willing to work long hours when your duties require It: good salary, room and meals. Do not answer this ad un less you can consider your room and meals as part compensation; give your age and past experience In reply. Address Box 143-R. Star office. JANlTOß—Opportunity save rent and get ahead for settled couple without children: must be honest, capable, refined; man other job. woman earns working for tenants; both give experience, references; good home. Ad dress Box 411-R. Star office. • SHOE SALESMEN OR SALESWOMEN wanted for Saturdays and part-time work; good op portunity for college students. Government employes, etc.: selling experience required. Hahn’s. 1207 F. WANTED—SALESMEN] ATTENTION. DISTRICT SALESMEN—Ex cellent opportunity with progressive eom pany. Apply 3 to 4 p.m. 1314 9th st. n.w. CLUB SALESMEN—Three men of good ap pearance and education; selling experience and car not essential: we train you; capable men average *75 weekly; leads furnished. See Mr. Cartmcll. 24 Hnc-6to 10 a m 26* RADIO SALESMAN, to sell Majestic. Radlola and Atwater Kent, sold on easy terms; must have experience in this line. Answer by letter only, giving ref. and experience, also phone. Clines. Inc- 920 14th st. n.w. SALESMEN—We have three vacancies to be filled immediately. Those selected will be thoroughly trained and given necessary as sistance to secure a good Income from the start. This Is an exceptional opportunity for men who are willing to make an honest effort to succeed. See Mr. Renard. 4th floor. National Electrical Supply Co.. 1330 New Yor.'c ave. n.w.■ between 9 and 10:30 a.m. WE are in need of 5 good live men to handle Regina home cleaning machine. 1211 H st. ixe PACKARD —must increase its Used Car Sales force. We want men of character, ability and energy. Commission basis only. Auto experience desir able, but not necessary. You should have a car. Apply by letter for in terview. Edw. H. Conger, 1700 Kalo rama Rd. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. STENOGRAPHERS. BOOKKEEPERS. Ttp lsts. male and female, needed to supply the 1.400 firms that use this office regularly as their employment dept. In the past five years we have placed 3.971 people in offlee positions; no charge unless placed. Wash ington Employment Exchange, 214 Nat. Presa Bldg- 14th and F. CK- MD- GEN. WKR- FULL OR PART time; also exp. chauf- Jan. want work at once. 2001 11th st. n.w. Pot. 6148. * COMPETENT HELP furnished dally; positions open daily. Nat. Personnel Bureau. Room 211, 1405 Eye st. n.w. M. 5821. SOUTHERN BROTHERS’ EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. 3rd floor. Adams Bldg- 1333 P at. n.w. Metropolitan 3547. OFFICE HELP A SPECIALTY. Applications of experienced bookkeepers. stenographers, typists, etc- desired. PfVsITinWS N ee«* 6<> applicants dally, 1 - 10 stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, clerks, salesmen, etc. Pree reg istration. Boyd’s, 1338 G n.w. Main 2338. BUSINESS INSTRUCTION. BEGIN NOW TO PREPARE FOR CENSU3 OFFICE. EDITORIAL CLERK. STATISTICS. PCJBT OFFICE, BTEN. AND TYP. EXAMS. THE CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL, s.e. cor. 12th and F n.w. Met. 6337. \ • INSTRUCTION COURSES. AUTO DRIVING QUICKLY TADOHT. frT- Quire about our new method; licensed white men; established 10 years. Call Lin. 83. MEN. WOMEN—Jobs for linotype operators. *SO-160 weekly; short hours. Burton Lino type School, 930 H st. n.w.; day and evening. 37* ANOTHER SAYS; "IN YOUR SCHOOL 33 days, *35 week." Another: "Passed civil-serv ice stenographic examination 3 months’ night school.” Another: "7 weeks day school, now earning (1.800 year." Boyd graduate* in demand, position guaranteed. New classes now forming Est. 8 years. Write Boyd School. “Accredited." 1338 O n.w. M. 2338. LEARN PERMANENT WAVING AT THE MABELLE HONOUR SCHOOL. We are now featuring the new Croqulnole Wind, as well ts the Pin Wind. Easy terms. Moderate charges. Day, evenlnga classes. 817 14th et. n.w. Pr. 9818. ! COLLEGE GRAD, tutors graded school I rh'ldren evenings. 31 hr. Phone after 5:30, I Col. 6746. 130 YOU WASTE YOUR TIME? You can learn commercial art, interior decoration, costume design in a short time and make real money. Positions for graduates. Living stone Academy. 29 years In Washington, 1333 F st. Met, 2883. LEARN RADIO FOR BIG f>AY. HUNDREpS of men are training right now for the bigger jobs opening up this Fall and Winter, Don't delay. Write or call for your free copy of Rich Rewards In Radio, which describe op portunities, openings and our methods of ■nONAL°RADiO INSTITUTE. 16th and §OU sts n.w., Washington, D. C. WHY NOT PREPARE FOR A POSITION IN the Census Office? We have prepared others, perhaps we could prepare you. 1 month a evening session. *5 80; day session. *l6. Wood’s Commercial School. 311 B. Cap, st. ' BEING PREPARED GIVES* ME STRENGTH to do. An hour each day may mace your future financially safe. Learn telephone switchboard operating. Oxford Bldg., cor. 14th and N. Y. ave. _____ OUR SPRING TERM HAS BEGUN, You will save flva months on our radio course it you enroll now Instead of Septem ber. Class for beginners has Juat started. Finishing class forladvanead studants now THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D, C„ THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1929. HEI.P—WOMEN. DRESSMAKER, A-l. Best references. De catur 5065. GIRL, neat, for offlee work; experience not necessary. State salary expected. Address Box 376-R. Star offlee. * GIRLS for hosiery repair work. Experience unnecessary. Hosiery Hospital, 741 llth n.w. HAND IRONERS, experienced. Apply be tween 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Ambassador Laundry. 1426 Irving st. n.w. LADY of good personality and fair educa tion for desirable position with reliable cor poration: must be loyal and faithful to her work, capable ot gradually assuming respon sibility and willing to learn details of com pany's business; must be willing to work without a boss, as duties are away from Washington. Address Box 499-K. Star offlee. LADIES with sales experience; leads fur nished; earn *3O to 150 weekly; every auto owner good prospect. See Mr. Sutton. 4 to 6 p'm- 84 H st. n.e. 25* _ MILLINERY SALESLADIES, for permanent and part time: must have experience. Shen ley's. 1221 P st. n.w. PERMANENT WAVE blocker and wrapper for Nestle method; must finger wave; no students; only fast expert operators wanted who are willing to demonstrate their ability; top salary. Dorathy Shoppes. 306-306 West ory Bldg. * SALESGIRL—Must be experienced and com petent. Peoples Five, Ten and Dollar Store, 5510 Conn, ave. . SALESGIRLS for women's dresses and coats; must be experienced; steady. Apply Mr. James. The Fair. 820 7th at. n.w. SALESWOMAN in woman's specialty shop; one accustomed to hlgb-elass clientele. Hicks, 1208 Conn, ave. 25* STEWARDESS-HOUSEKEEPER. thoroughly competent, assisting pantry and house work; one hundred room hotel, excellent surround ings; state salary and experience. Address Box 408-R. Star office. 26* TYPIST, for mimeograph stencils In news paper press association offlee; good salary for fast and experienced typist. Btate age. speed, education, experience and salary ex pected; all replies confidential. Address Box 323-R. Star office. 25* WAITRESSES, young girls, for curb service: experience unnecessary; good tips. 4439 Conn, ave. WHITE WOMAN, motherly, wanted for care of children in institution. Address Box 388-R. Star offlee. 26* WOMAN, genteel, middle-aged, white, as workmg housekeeper in family of two adults. Good home assured. References desired. 3619 Military rd. *_ WOMAN, white, presaer for dry cleaning Plant. Good salary. Permanent position. Phone Shepherd 2330. WOMAN, youna, stenographer In office of large insurance company; one who can handle P. B. X. switchboard. Salary. *75 I per month. Apply 9 a.m- Room 427, South- i cm Bide- 15t.h ft H n.w. WOMAN, elderly white, to care for home and chtldren while mother works: light cook ing; board and room; no washing; *5 per week; treated as member of family. Hyatts vllle 1249 between 8 and 6. 25* WOMAN OP CHARACTER —to fill Important traveling position that Is not routine work and offers unusual op portunity for advancement; hleh-school edu- : cation, unencumbered, age 28 to 45: no ; investment required; guaranteed income and opportunity to earn *3.006 a year. Do not i telephone; call in person; no canvassers, j Mrs. Rlne. La Fayette Hotel. j WANTED, at once, a woman presser. Apply supt.'s office, 4th floor. S. KANN SONS CO. | OPERATOR. Thoroughly experienced in all branches of beauty culture. Applv Beauty Shop. 3rd Floor, GOLDEN B ERG’S. WOODWARD & LOTHROP desire the services of two (2) thoroughly experienced opera tors in beauty culture who are interested in working only Fri day, Saturday and Monday of each week. Apply employment office. 9th floor. ALTERATION HANDS to work on finest gowns. Apply at once, Hickson, Inc., 1215 Conn, ave. Desirable positions - Open To Young Women, 16 Years of Age and Over, With High School Education. Good Pay to Start. Frequent Increases. Apply Wisconsin Ave. & Stanford St., Bethesda, Md. THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. of Baltimore City. BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST. | Well established real estate company desires first-class book keeper-typist with experience; reply in own handwriting, stat ing experience. Address Box I 145-R, Star office. HELP— DOMESTIC. COOK, colored, and general houseworker; family of two: no laundry; mult be first class cook and have boat reference* as to ability and honesty; permanent position and good wages to one that auslifles. Give all information and telephone number in your replies. Address Box IW-R. Star ofßce. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER and cook, white: neat, reliable; no laundry; stey nights If desired; IS per week; reference. 3831 Kan sas ave. n.w 33* GENERAL HOUSEWORKER, white maid, IS week. Bungalow. Couple. Pleasant room and surroundings. Phone Decatur 3840. GIRL, white, for light .housework in small family; atay nights, nil Eye at. n.e. GIRL, young, colored, general housework. 1188 4th n.e. Lin. 88.80-J. 1_ HOUSEKEEPER, white, settled; two chil dren, mother employed; must atay nights. 1488 Meridian pIT n.w., after 8 p.m. HOUSEKEEPER, unincumbered, lor mother less home; atay nights; state experience and age. Address Box 371-R, Star office. 38* MAID, colored, for general housework or cooking. References renulred. Apply 3810 Garfield at. n.w. MOTHER’S HELPER, refined white girl; atay nights: 535 month; references. Address Box 148-R. Star office. WOMAN, ytung. white, to do housework and care for 8 children. 4013 13th at. n.w., after 8 p.m. WOMAN, white, lor general housework. Ap ply at 3324 P st. n.w., Apt. 14. Stay nights. WOMAN, not over 40. first-class servant; Srevlous experience and references as general ouseworker and cook necessary; good home; atay nights. Apply manager. 83114th st. n.w. SITUATION—MEN. CARPENTER wants lobbing work. Call North 8643. 38* CHAUFFEUR, colored, desires position, prN vats family; good reference; long experience; free to travel.,. Llncoln_.ipo3B. CHAUFFEUR, colored, experienced, wants position with private family; traveling expe rience. North 4120. 25* CHAUFFEUR or butler, colored man. with best city references. Phone Adams 4937-J. » COLLEGE MAN, 28 years Os an, have knowledge and sxperlence in bookkeeping; can use typewriter; will be willing to start at oottom doing anything where advance ment is possible. Address Box 389-R. Star office. ■ i* COLLEGE GRAD, continuing studies, wishes to work for oeard and room; can act as tutor, houseman or drive car. Address Box WW.i , . ■ i SITUATION—MEN. (Continued.) FILIPINO, college student, wants a job ol any kind. Address Box 377-R, Star offloe. * LAW GRADUATE desires legal work; pref erably law office; experienced typist; nomi nal salary. Address Box 375-R, Star office. MAN, young, colored, wishes job with prU vate lamily. experienced with car. Call Decatur 3186 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. » MAN. young, student, wants work In private home in exchange for room and board. Ad dress Box 389-R. Star office. * PAINTER wants work: will contract also; very reasonable. Call after 5 p.m. Franklin 682. R. H. Miller. 25*_ PAPERHANGER. experienced, wants work, day or Job. Call Lincoln 3220. 25* PHARMACIST, experienced, wants relief work for Summer; A-l references. Address Box 370-R. Star office. * PROOFREADER, union, rapid, accurate; full or part time employment. Address Box 38S-R. Star offlee. 26*_ 'STENOGRAPHER - SECRETARY, rapid. 10 years’ experience, desires position, tempo rary or permanent; excellent referencs. Ad dress Box 3SI-R. Star office. 26* SIT I'VriON—WOMEN. COMPANION or mother s helper—Refined middle-aged Canadian desires position May 1; seashore or mountains; excellent r«ler ences. Address Box J37-R, Btar office._29* COMPANION -NURSE wishes position with elderly or invalid lady; *ls per week. 222 1 ith st. n.e. 25* NURSE, practical, experienced, competent, desires patient, sick or Invalid. Highest references. Franklin 3476. * BTENOGRAPHER-BECRETARY. experienced, desires position, preferably with patent at torney or lawyer: general office experience; will start *25 week. Address Box 358-R, Star offlee. 25* _ WOMAN, active, middle-aged, wishes home as housekeeper and care for semi-invalid or keep house and do all work for medium size family. No encumbrances and permanent if satisfactory; *ls week. Address Box 390-R, Star office. > ' YOUNG LADY, experienced, wishes position as hostess of dining room, hotel or club. Call Adams 8958. YOUNG WOMAN, experienced In xocial serv ice. educational, religious, welfar* or any work dealing with the publls. wishes perma nent position. Decatur 5150-W. 26* SITUATION—DOMESTIc7 CHILD'S NURSE or maid; place wanted by colored girl. Call West 2060. CLEANING to do by day. 812 Eye it. n.w basement. * COOK. good, from Va.; also maid, part-time or day’s work; two good colored girls. Pot. | 4599. COOK, excellent, middle-aged colored: prefer good, straight, plain cooking; can stay nights; personal reference. Salary not less than *SO month. Address 2604 Eye st. n.w. COOk,~coiored.~neat~app*arance; will do general housework, part time, or day’s work; relerence. North 9348. I GENERAL HOUSEWORK wanted by neat I colored woman from South: stay nights. | 1875 Mintwood pi. n.w., see janitor. * GIRL wishes place as nurse or maid; wlil -1 ing to go away. Call or write 2125 12th st. 1 n.w. ____________ , 1 GIRL, reliable, experienced, w ; ants part time, morning's work from 8-2; can sew and cook luncheons. North 5217. GIRL, colored, refined, wishes general house work. part time, chambermaid or wait ress. No. 1 lowa Circle n.w. North 6429. GIRL wishes general housework, no'laundry. Phone Pot. 1339. 1731 Willard lt . Apt.lo4 GIRLS. 2: a nice dressmaker, the other do laundry, cooking or clean; both have ref. Pot. 3592-J. LAUNDRY, part-time work or general work; references. N. 8009. PART-TIME or day s work by reliable girl. Call Col. 5249. PRESSER, colored; porter or assistant cook; experienced with reference. North 2849. WOMAN, refined, colored, desires place; cook, maid or waitress, part time; good ref erence; Virginian. 1023 Kenyon st. n.w. WOMAN, colored, flrst-class, wants Job as pastry cook or chambermaid and waitress; private or public. Decatur 5646. WOMAN, reliable colored, wants place as general houseworker and cook; stay nights. Apply 1301 Corcoran st. n.w. WOMAN, colored, wants day’s or part-time work. Phone Columbia 6792-J. WOMAN, colored, wishes place as cook or general houseworker; relerence. Mamie Ma honey, 127 Van st. s.e. PERSONAL. SLIP COVERS. 3-PC. SUITE WITH SEP. cushions, snap lasteners; inch material, *16.50. R. L. Isherwood, 1513 28th s.e. Lin. 5350. MASSAGE—PHYSIOTHERAPY CHIROPRAC tIc. SARA J. HOLMSTROM, 508 E. Capitol st. Phone Lincoln 7137. 27* EXPERT SHAMPOOING. SCALP TREAT ment and manicuring. 80c each treatment at residence. White. Highest reference. Lucy Kimter, Briarley Hall, Main 3008, Branch 44. 30* NICE HOME TO COUPLE IN RETURN FOR care of two children during office hours. 3049 H st. n.e. * FOR INVALIDS. AGED. CONVALESCENTS— Real home environment; day, night nurses; special diet; ideal location; prof. refs. 2014 Kalorama rd. n.w. Pot. 5237. TRUSSES AND ELASTIC GOODS AT REAL money-saving prices. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Expert lady and gentleman at tendants to care for your every want. Peo ples Drug Store No. 2, 7th and E sts. n.w. PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE—CITY calls, *4; *3OO couch-casket funerals, *195; (150 steel vaults. *BS; terms can be arranged satisfactorily. By Washington’s most rea sonable undertaker. W. W. CHAMBERS CO., 14th, cor. Chapin st. n.w. Phone Col, 432, NOW IS THE TIME TO REDUCE YOUR weight, before the hot weather is here. My treatments have proven the most successful here In the pest ten years. For Information telephone West 1120. MASSAGE AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. Excellent for colds and convalescents; offlee or at your home. Call Fr. 8715, sto 9 p.m. LARGE FRONT ROOM SUITABLE FOR aged couple; tray served In room If neees sary; nurses' care. Col. 5377. 1775 Lanier pi. ELECTRIC VIBRATORY TREATMENTS; graduate nurse. 939 N. Y. ave., Apt. 3, over dentist's. Open Sunday. *_ MONTICELLO. CHANCELLORSVILLE. THE Wilderness. Unlv. of Virginia, etc.. Bun., April 28. Dominion Tours., ph. Dec. 6000, Br. 305. 27* MARTHA BROWN —Mrs Connelly will furnish money for your immediate return to Georgia. She Is com municating with your family. Phone house or call at Mr. Connelly’s office. Southern Railway Building. * J BEAUTY PARLORS. A REALLY BEAUTIFUL PERMANENT wave at the MABELLE HONOR BCHOOL for $5, Including shumpoos and Anger wave. These waves given under expert supervision. All other beauty culture work at low prices. Open dally until •; Mon.. Wed. and Fri untll 9 p.m. 817 14th st. n.w. Franklin 9818. j MOTOR TRAVEL. MIAMI. 123; ATLANTA. ABHEVILLE, sl3; Augusta. 6av nah. all pts. South. Boston. 18; Detroit. 39. Sterling Hotel, Main 6237. ATLANTA. *l3; ASHEVILLE, SP'B’O, G'vllie, Augusta. Char., G’boro, Dur.. Ral., Miami, all south. Motor Travel, Sterling Hotel. Main 5237. RECOMMENDED SERVICE. . The following business concerns guarantee satisfaction to Star readers. Any complaint found necessary to be madeto The Star will receive prompt attention. For admission to Recommended Service Column call Main 5000, Branch 115. ACCOUNTING SERVtC*—A small business toes not require full time services of. a I bookkeeper to secure accurate and lntelll* gent records. Let me show you how It can Ibe done at a small cost. H. 8. Jordan, Clarendon, Va. * ALTERATIONS. HEATING. STUCCOfNG: all kinds of construction; no cash; easy monthly payments. PROPERTY FINANCE CO.. Room 40S. 1331 a st n.w. Franklin 3328. ... , AUTO PAINTING JOBB COMPLETED in 48 hours with wonderful new durable lacquer finish that grows handsomer with age. Proof against rain, anow, lee. steam, soap, am monia. acids, alkali and alkaline mud. Let us show you sample of fin# work with this RECOMMENDED SERVICE. (Cnntlnaed.) AWNlNGS—Residence and apartment house awnings. Washington Bcreen Co. Phone Wisconsin 2546 for estimate. 1* BEDDlNG—Prepare for your Bprlng house cleaning. Mattresses, pillows, box springs and wire springs renovated and remade. Let us do it now Defore the rush. Columbia Bed ding Co.. 219 G st. n.w. M. 6528. BEDDING. MATTRESSES, box springs and pillows reno.: best prices and prompt del Wash. Mattress Co- 319 L st. s.w. M. 6879 BEDDING of all kinds renovated and steril ized oy process approved by Health Dept.. L>. C. Prompt service and low prices. Eagle Bedding Co.. 2315 Bth st. n.e. Decatur 756. BEDDING RENOVATED, springs, mattresses, pillows, feather mat.; down comforts re-cov ered. Ideal Bedding Co., 632 E n.w. M. 4094. CARPENTER—Repairing, remodeling, first class, at reas. prices. Phone Dec. 539-W. Ford. 30* CARPENTERING, porches Inclosed, store fronts, remodeling in general; painting, plas tering. JPhone Adams 1394. Hammer A Insley. CHAIR CANEING. PORCH ROCKERS splinted, upholstering. Armstrong. 1235 10th st. n.w. FrankUn_74B3._ ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRINO by expert*— 6 rooms complete. (72.50. Star Electric < 0., 3909 Kansas ave. n.w. Adams 6273. ap23» ELECTRICAL REPAIRING Os all kinds. Wiring for power and floor plugs. L. M. Keller. 1446 Fairmont. Col. 3385. ELECTRIC WIRING— 6 rooms. 3 halls, bath complete. *4O: fixtures. *2O. Installed work guaranteed. Get my estimate: save time end money; terms. North 885. H. M. Carpenter. 26* ELECTRIC WIRING—WiII wire 6-room house complete. Including fixtures and Inside serv ice. *74.50. a year to pay. Stein Electric Co., 627 E n.w. Fr. 801, ELECTRICAL WIRING and fixtures, old and new houses: lowest prices In town: from 1 to 3 years to pay: estimates free. American Elec. Co.. 733 9th. Fr. 9305. 30* EXPERT FLOOR FINISHING, acraplng. elec, waxing; skilled mechanics; reduced prices. Paul Serene. 1209 N. Cap, it. Main 10187. FENCES (iron, chain link wire), mlacella neous iron work. Duporit Supply Co., Inc., Main 5827 days: Adams 8648 nlehts. FLOOR WORK every description. Very reasonable. Guaranteed, dustless machines. L. T. Folk. 1935 Park rd. Adams 1436. FLOORS EaID. ~ SCRAPED; CLEANED, waxed or finished; experienced whit* em ployes. Acme Floor Co.. Adams 6883. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED', repaired; slip covers made. Est. cheerfully given. Returned free. Tlttensor. 1600 Bth st. n.w. N. 7702. HEATING. PLUMBING—Systems Installed, repairs made, etc. Strictly first-class work at moderate cost. Terms if desired. J. R. Owens, 719 6th n.w. Fr. 10053 or Alex. 1014 HOME REMODELING, painting, papering and plastering, electrical wiring, plumbing, roofing and heating, all forms of brick and cement work, stuccoing, etc., metal garages ceilings, floors laid or reflnished, carpenter ing, all branches: work done by expert me chanics and fully guaranteed, on terms of from one to th£ee years. For free estimate call American Contracting Co., Col. 4655, day or evening. 25* HOUSE CLEANING of every description; odd jobs of repairing, floors varnished and waxed. Drop card to J. A. Downing, 1155 4th st. n.e. 25* KEYS—Duplicate keys. 25 cents; made while you wait. Turner & Clark, new address. 1221'/i New York ave. n.w. Fr. 3005. LAWN MOWERS sharpened and repaired. Delivery service. Lawn rollers for rent. 917 llth st. n.w. Fr. 10183. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED, rebuilt, re paired. etc. Call for and deliver. C. F. ARMIGER. 910 N. Y. ave. n.w.; Franklin 7707. PAINTING, paperhanging, decorating; liite- I rlor and exterior. Harry A. Glovlus & Co., 3017 Ga. ave. n.w. Phone Col. 4338. ap29* PAINTING—Int and ext. house painting, expert floor finishing; skilled mechanics. Paul Serene. 1209 N. Cap, st. Main 10187. PAINTING with pure lead makes a great difference For first-class work In or out side, call Col. 9135 till 7 p.m. PAINTING. PAPERHANGING by experts. Very reasonable. Cash or convenient terms. Bowen. 53 R st. n.e. Phone Pbt. 3164. 28* PAPERHANGING. PAINTING, by experts; all work guaranteed. Reasonable. Cash or terms. Bowen. 53 R st. n.e. Pot. 2164. 28* PAPERHANGINO AND PAINTING; reason able prices, best workmanship. W« use Dutch Boy lead and pure Unseed oil. Get our estimate on this month’s specials: terms. 11 rears of satisfactory service. Metropoll tan Decorating Co.. 827 K st. n.w. Fr. 800. PAPERHANGING and painting: guaranteed work at reasonable rates; estimates given. S. J. Koran. N. 588. 1350 Newton n.e. PAPERING 5 rooms and 2-story hall. *80: I newest patterns, latest plastic paint textures; ; painting all kinds Adams 2326. PAPERHANGING and painting Special prices this week only. We will scrape, size and paper average size room for *8; work guaranteed In writing for 5 years. Paint ing and general contracting with very low S rices; cash or terms: no Interest. People's ome Decorating Co., Inc., 817 9th n.w. Main 7417-6. 27* PAPERHANGINO Rooms papered. *5 and up; estimates furnished; work guaranteed. A. T. George. 3129 18th st. n.w- Apt. 3 Decatur 4149 PIANO TUNING, *2.50. We specialize In general piano repairs and rebuilding. Get our estimates. Prices reasonable. Skilled mechanics. Work guaranteed. Se.nderson- Schneffer Co., 644 H st. n.e. Lin. 1057. Night service Col. 5940. and Pot. 969-W. PLUMBING. HEATING. OIL BURNING. Re palrs and installations. Found reliable for 1 years. J. R. Guerin, 413 E. Cap. Lin. 3417. : ROOF REPAIRING, PAINTING, guttering. . spouting, damp - proovlng walls: reasonable prices. North 5314. day or night. Ajax ; Roofing Co., 3038 18th st. n.w. RUGS AND CARPETS cleaned, shampooed, i stored: upholstered furniture cleaned: new I method. Reasonable. Standard Uph. Co., 40J. llth st. n.w. Main 4902. 27* SCREENS—’’Quality Screens” made to order , on short notice. American Screen Co., Col. ■ 9135 till 7 p.m. [ WEATHER STRIPS. “CECO METAL." Bpe i cial low prices now. Guaranteed to outlast your building. Col. 9135 till 7 p.m. . WINDOW SHADES and screens mads to order; will call to estimate. Butler Sons, 1351 Good Hope rd. Lincoln 10123. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WILL ACCEPT desirable clear lots valued at *6,000 for equity in suburban (District) detached dwelling In excellent condition, containing 8 rooms. 2 baths, garage, etc.; screened and metal weather-stripped. Own er. address Box 242-R. Star office. 27* STORE with an apartment above In one of the best locations in Anacostia. next to the new post office; suitable for most any busi ness. Call Anacostia Finance Corporation. Lincoln 5500, GROCERY STORE for sale. In *ood location. near Riggs Market, 1432 P at. n.w. 26* WELL EQUIPPED DRUG STORE, food busi ness, well located; price, $9,500; apartment above. Address Boa 222-M, Star office. GROCERY AND MEAT STORE, food busi ness; cheap rent; Frisidalre; sell cheap. Call before 11 a.m., 1481 Harvard n.w. 38* TAILORING AND CLEANING STORE for sale, with truck delivery; reason, leavinf town. 3127 18th st. n.w. 28* DO YOU WIBH TO SELL your business quickly? We have a large number of ready buyers for small places. Don’t delay. See i Mr. Powler. 1343 H st. n.w.. Room 301. 39* , CLEANING AND PRESBINO BUSINESS for sale. Inquire lowa Cleaners A Dyers, 1103 ' P «*• n.w. 37* ! MARKET STAND In one of Washington’s | most modern markets, handling bread, etc.; I ! can be bought very reasonably for cash; ex cellent reason for selling. Mrs. Haack. stand 7 and 8. Park View Market, Ga. ave. a id Park rd. n.w. 26*^ CLEANING. DYEING AND TAILORING store; excellent oportunlty; good location, low rent; selling on account of illness. Phone West 3538. 28* DESIRABLE CORNER in southwest section; near lat-ge Government building. Will sell as whole or separately. Barber shop, deli catessen and cafeteria. Reasons for selling, health falling. Address Box 396-R, Star office. 27* RADIO and el ' Wical store. ’ established. In Columbia Heights; will sell lust for the cost of merchandise to dissolve partnership. Call Lincoln 10019, 38* DELICATESSEN STORE for sale; real bar- 6 aim must sacrifice account of sickness; vine room. 906 4*A st, s.w. CONFECTIONARY AND SODA FOUNTAIN, downtown location, excellent business. Will sell cheap, partners cannot agree. Call Franklin 9331. - 37* WANTED FINANCIAL PARTNER to start In garage, body repair and paint business by thoroughly experienced garage man; rtfer ences. Mr. Wolfe. 41 N. Y. ave, n.w. 39* BARBER SHOP, store, 2 rooms bath and kitchenette. 3113 New York ave.; only ISO per month. Call Main 810. GASOLINE. ACCESSORIES, with 30-car ga- x. V BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. (Continued.) CAFE, fully equipped; closed Sundays; clear ing *3OO per month: can stay without deposit until satisfied; owner ill. Price, )2,500. Ad dresa Box 407-R, Star office. * CLEANING AND PRESSING BHOP located at 768 Park rd. n.w. Price reasonable. Ap ply 3316 Bth st. n.w. Ask for Mr. Huck. EXTRAORDINARY opportunity to operate profitable established vending machine route; investment required; returns guar anteed; territorial rights. Address Box 359-R, Star office. 38* HAVE CLIENT who wishes to sell $1,200 second trust note secured on valuable build ing. Apply Charles T. Clayton, attorney. Fendall Bldg. BEAUTY PARLOR FIXTURES for sale com plete; modern permanent waving machine and all accessories. Address Box 207-R, Star office. 3434 14th~ BT. N.W.—Splendid restaurant, with or without equipment. THOS. D. WALSH, 815 11th St.JN.W. Main 7558. 7550. $250. LUNCH BU8INES0: garage and taxi trade: rent. S4O; a bargain. $550, grocery and 6 rooms; rent S3B; old stand; good business; a bargain. SBOO, Rooming house. 15 rooms; rent $75; transient location: modern; a bargain. R. M Curtis. 410 Bond Bldg. M. 3834, • DELICATESSEN with soda fountain; down town business location; daily business over $65; rental, 1100; price, $3,500; cash, $2,000. See P. F. CARLEY, 802 10th St. 25*__ 14th ST. CAFE EQUIPPED. Established, In good business and residen tial location. Low rent. Special chance. Act quickly. Phone Main 5437. Practically NO INVESTMENT NEEDED. SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES. autograph letters. pewter, brasses, weapons, prints. Indian curios, blankets. Anton Heitmuller. 1307 14th st. ANTIQUE SOFA, five chairs, table and two hand-painted screens; will sacrifice. Jos. Holober. 615 E st. n.w. 87* ANTIQUE FOUR-POSTER BEDS. sl2 up; also bureaus, sofas, chairs, corner cupboards, Dutch cupboards, tables, etc.: lot of old glass, china and luster; priced reasonable. 2144 Penna. aye. n.w. • AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES—We are clos ing out our stock of these at 50 r « discount from cost. Come in while the good things last : Clines. 920 14th st. n.w. BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE, one set, perfect condition, one mink scarf. 2417 12th st. n.w. 28* BRICK, $5 per thousand, cleaned; any amount up to 30,000. Apply foreman, 1325 Conn,_ ave. BUILDING MATERIALS, bathtubs and brick from recently wrecked big frame Govt, build - ings now at our 3 yards. Good flooring, l'ic foot; sheathing and framing. 2c: olentv 2x6. I 2xß. 2xlo. sash, doors, windows complete; 1 plumbing fixtures, radiators, pipe: many other items; lowest prices! Large selection! HECHINGER CO., 5921 Ga. ave. nw. HECHINGER CO., «th and C sts. s.w. I HECHINGER CO.. Bth *nd Fla, ave. n.e. I CASH REGISTERS, 2. counter, fixtures, I shelving, showcases: suitable for any busi ness. Brookland Hardware Co., 3501 12th n.e. DESKS, chairs, safes, flies; cheapest prices in Washington. Special sale, factory seconds. Commercial office Furniture Co., 430 Bth st. n.w. Fr. 887. DESK, flat top; swivel armchair; solid ma hogany; leaving city; no dealers. 715 6th st. n.w. * i DESKS!—SaIe of ••factory seconds” of office 1 furniture, desks, tables, chairs, bookcases, file cabinets cabinet safes and used office furniture You can also rent it H. Baum & Bon. 616 E st. n.w. Main 9136. DINING ROOM SUITE, new. modern wal nut suite, perfect condition, leather-seat chairs; must sacrifice for cash. Cleveland 303 T-J. DINING ROOM SUITE. 11 pieces, modern, square table. Will sacrifice for immediate sale: no dealers. Adams 2320. DRESSES, baby's coat, evening dresses, large wall tapestry, Eastman Kodak, new; antique gold chandelier, day bed. North 9106. 28* FENCING, NEW. ornamental wire, all sites; save money: complete stock at all three branches HECHINGER CO. FURNlTUßE—Overstuffed living room, wal nut bedroom set. dinette set. dishes, kitchen utensils, lamps, rugs and odd pieces. Owner leaving city. 1200 Irving st. n.w., Apt. 5. 26* FURNITURE—Leaving town. Living rooms, bedroom, breakfast set. redio. vlctrola, day bed. rugs, lamps, dishes, cooking utensils; bargain: party can retain apartment if de sired. 2019 Eye” st. n.w.. Apt. 210. West 1460. FURNlTUßE—Handsome’dining “room suite! cost SSOO. for $150; also mahogany piano, cost S4OO. for $75: talking machine. Ortho phonic. cost $250, for $65. At storage room, 916 Pa. ave. n.w. 26*. FURNlTUßE—Beautiful mohair bed-daven port suite, breakfast set. chairs, tables, rugs, twin beds, dresser, porch set; reasonable. 2014 Kalorama rd. n.w. FURNITURE, practically new; reason for selling, have to move; reasonable: no deal ers. 719 Madison st. n.w. Ga. 820-W. 25* FURNITURE—Antique pieces, bedroom, liv ing, dining, porch, kitchen, rugs, refriger ator, wicker set, typewriter, gas range. 1928 14th n.w, 28* GAS RANGES, standard make 18-lnch side oven: clean, perfect condition. $lO, sl2. Lincoln 2574-J. 26* GAS RANGES, new and slightly used; all sizes: less than hall prices. Why pay more? Every range guaranteed. J. W. Williams, 609 6th st. n.w. Main 2986. 30* GAS WATER HEATERS, new. Ist quality, guaranteed. 55.75 up; also kerosene water heaters.__ Hechfnger Co., 3—branches—3. HOUSE FURNITURE—Bed, mattress, dining room set. sewing machine, etc. Leaving city. Any reasonable offer accepted. Thursday only. 600 21st st. n.w. LAWN MOWERS rebuilt. $3.50 up; good runnlnr condition; also new mowers. $6.25 up. Your old mower in trade. 917 11th et. n.w. Fr. 10183. MIMEOGRAPH, A. B. Dick, late model, per fect condition. Great sacrifice. 804 17th at. n.w., second floor. OFFICE FURNITURE from U. B. Govt.- Desks. chairs, file cabinets, tables; everything for your office at great savings. Washington Salvage Co., office turn, dept., 310 Bth st. n.w. PIANO BARGAlNS—Reconditioned pianos at inviting prices. Knabe upright, (mail size, $80; Stleff upright, .mahogany case. $l9O. Get acquainted with our rent privilege in case of purchase. Pianos hauled and packed for shipment. Grands and Midget uprights for rent. Hugo Worch. 1110 G st. n»w. Es tabllshed 1879. PIANO, mahogany; 2 rugs, 9x12 ft. 734 13th st. i «. as* PLAYER-PIANO (mahogany), bench, rolls: i medium size; perfect condition; price, $100; also day bed. Potomac 2460. 37* RADIO, 7-tube super heterodyne, like new; line for portable. Sacrifice: $37.50. 4-tube, console, A eliminator, fine tone, S2B. Shep herd 3044. 25* RADIO. 5-tube, with cabinet; good condl tlon; electrified. 1489 Newton st. n.w, Apt. 4. REFRIGERATOR, electric, for medium sifeed family; In fine condition, at a sacrifice price. Phone Cleveland 1855. RIDING SUIT, lady’s, size 39; also boots: both almost new. Phone after 1 p.m. Co lumbia 7200. Apt. 723. 29* SCALE, new, counter, 30-lb. cap.; Dayton style 544; white porcelain; owner retired from business. For bargain, communicate with 3849 29th. Adams 1367. •_ SEWING MACHINES—Dronhead Singer. sls:. New Home. sls: Standard. sls; New Ideal. . $10; others at $5: all guar. New machines. 1 $3 mo. Renting and repairing. Open evenings. SB. Sew. Mch Shop. 313 Pa. ave. s.e. L. 275. SEWING MACHINES. Singer.’several shop worn consoles and portable electrics offered at special bargain prices for this week only. Easy terms or cash Dressmaking course free. 1017 Conn, ave. Franklin 9342. SHOWCASE, outside. 4-foot, mirror fn back; adjustable glass shelves. Cost $l5O. sell for $35. to quick buyer. Electrically lighted. H. A. Oarren, 607 H st. n.e. STAMPS. U. 8. and foreign, packets, sets, singles, albums, catalogues. Phone Franklin 3839, Collins Stamp Shop, 927 15th st. n.w. STORE FIXTURES—Show cases, wall cases, counters, shelving, tables, chairs, cash regis ters. Iron faxes, scales, coffee urns, soda fountains, elec, mixers, partitions and equip ment of every description. Edgar Baum. Inc. 914 E st. n.w. FutT, man’s light gray, slat 18: worn Jew times: cost sixty dollars: sell for SB. New hammock, sell $1.90. 1831 19tb at., 3. TYPEWRITERS Fine, guaranteed rebullts at reasonable prices: nothing sold or rented that is not good. Washington Typewriter Exchange. 807 13th st. n.w Franklin 1014. TYPEWRITERS—American Typewriter Co selling off a large number of machines. Some for $lO. Rents reduced. Repairing done* 1431 East Capitol st. Lincoln 33. TfrIStEItANEOUg. SALE MISCELLANEOUS. (Continued.) TYPEWRITERS ana adding machines toi rent. Bargains In reconditioned mschtnes. Typewriters tor examinations; special rates to students L. C. Smith * Corona Type writers. Inc.. Mills Bldg- 17th and Pa. ave. n.w. Main 411. TYPEWRITER. L. C. Smith No. 8; late mod el. newly rebuilt; never used; highest grade; $34.50. 1669 Columbia rd., -Apt. 403. 27* TYPEWRITERS Underwood. No. 5, 825; Royal. No. 10. 830; Remington. No. 10. 825; L. C. Smith, latest model. B*s; Corona. No. 3, 815; Remington portable. 822; Underwood portable, 3-bk., 820. and other real bargains. Rentals, special students’ rates. United Typewriter & Adding Machine Co.. Inc., 1227 N. Y. ave. n.w. M. 5509. 38* VACUUM CLEANERS—AII standard makes, rebuilt like new; guaranteed year. 815, 820; your old cleaner In trade. Repairing, rent cleaners, 81.50 day Bags, parts, for all cleaners. Open evenings. Vacuum Cleaner shop, 1404 Girard. Adams 800. VICTROLA. orthophonlc. console; near’y new, a bargain. 1489 Newton st. n.w. Apt. «■ Show Cases and Store Fixtures. Ruse & Company, u?- tory.’* Baltimore phone. Plasa 8238. NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. New and second-hand: rebuilt, bought and sold; repaired: liberal exchange allowance. Easy terms; no Interest charges on deferred payments. 816 13th st. n.w. Ph. Nat. 1176. RADIcTsALES AND REPAIRS. PADA neutrodyne. five tubes, and phono graph speaker. Excellent condition; 810. 28 Evarts st. n.e. 25* DOGS. PETsTeTC. CATS—3 brown tabby males, two silver tabby females. Very rare; pedigrees regls tered. 231 E st. n.w. __ POX TERRIER PUPPIES, wire haired; mates, pedigreed. Phone West 230. DOQGIE DINNER—Beef, cereals and vege tables. thoroughly cooked. 15c can; 7 cans, 81.00. ATHERTON S PET SF OP. Downtown store. 812 P St. n.w. Uptown store. 1404 Irving St. n.w. POULTRY AND EGGS] CHICKS, Rocks. Reds. 815: Leghorns, sl4 hundred. Best stock. Hatching now. J. B. Henry. Palls Church 348. 28* WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES and modern lurniture —All claim to, but we actually pay more for furniture than any one in town. Phone The Lincoln Co., Pranklln 8817. Be satisfied before you sell. 37* ANTIQUES, old cold, silver, diamonds. Jew elry. A. F Arnold. 1323 Q. 81 n.w. Main 8172. ANTIQUES, old told, silver, diamonds, Jew elry bought and sold. Tendler s Pawnbrok era Bales Co., 913 D st. n.w. Fr. 9338. APPAREL (men's, women's and children's) | lor rummage sale; household articles, cur- ' tains, bedding, etc.; will pay cash. Call Mr. j Cohen, Franklin 7749 or Franklin 9152, or i bring to 407 K st. n.w.. or 314 Eye st. n.w. * ! APPAREL needed lor rummage sale: also furniture, rugs, eurtains. dishes, shoes, etc.; will pay cash. Phone Mr. Winger. Potomac 6451, or bring to store at 1321 7th st. n.w. BOOKS BOUGHT, all kinds m any quantity. "Bring them In" or phone Metropolitan 5415 The Big Book Shop, 983 O st. n.w. BOOKS BOUGHT. Main 3543. 1711 G st n.w. Paul Peerlman. D. C. MOTOR, about 7'i-hp.; price must be low; or will exchange (or it an a. c. motor. Franklin 10390. 28* FURNITURE—Don't sacrifice your furniture. We will give more lor furniture, bric-a-brac, china, antiques and office furniture. Phone us and be convinced. The Lincoln Co., tel. Franklin 8817. 604 6th n.w. 27* FURNITURE—I will par you the biggest prices In town for antique and modern fur niture, curios and china. Phone and see lor yourself. "Joe’s.” Main 9747. 619 F n.w. 27* FURNITURE—WiII call promptly and pay cash for your furniture. How much for what you have? Main 6191. 25* FURNITURE of every description; best grices paid. Write or phone Main 5636. quare Deal Furniture Co., 501 Eye st. n.w. FURNITURE—Am paying top prices for fur niture. rugs, office furniture, antiques. Will buy anything. Shannon. Adams 2131. 26* FURNITURE—Want to buy direct from pri vate party some furniture. Phone Metro politan 3051. 30* FURNITURE of all kinds wanted: best prices paid Capital Furniture Co.. 621 La. ave n.w., or phone Franklin 10267. FURNITURE -When you have first-class fur niture for sale, do not hesitate to call The Lincoln Co., Franklin 8817, and you will get every penny it is worth. 27* GOLD, silver, watches, diamonds and old Jewelry reeded In our manufacturing dept. Full cash value paid. Be linger’s, 818 F st. PRINTING PRESS, small. Hosiery Hos pital. 741 11th st. n.w._ * BPOT CASH paid for’ store fixtures and office furniture and equipment of every de scription. Edgar Baum, Inc., 914 E st. n.w. •Phone Fr. 9744. • TAXI METER. 1835 Hamlin st. n.e. Tele phone North 2898 after 5:30 p.m. 26* 4 REAL ESTATE PLAT BOOKB. 4 ASSESSMENT BOOKS. HARRY F. BIEBER. 1734 K ST. NATIONAL 7169. 26* ANYTHING TO SELL? Phone Main 1282 or Main 9539. WESCHLER 8. 920 PA. AVE. N.W. Household effects, merchandise, stocks, au tomobiles. etc. Thirty-seven years serving the Washington public. BE SURE to call Notes before sell ing furniture, or anything. Best i cash prices. Phone District 8112. 1 OLD CLOTHING BOUGHT. MEN'S. LADIES’ CHILDREN’S. W. RICE. 1332 7th Bt. N.W. North 1785. BEFORE SELLING . Phone Franklin 5817 and get the best re , suits. We positively pay more for furniture, antiques, china, bric-a-brac, office furniture than any one in the business. ■ THE LINCOLN CO., 604 6th St. N.W. 27* DON’T FORGET. ; "CALL JOE BEFORE YOU BELL" Furniture, antiques, boafcs and curios. If you want to get lull valu* Phone Main 9747. ’ 619 F n.w. 27* SALE—ATTTOMOBILES. BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN. 1927—1 n appear ance and mechanical condition equal to new; fully equipped. A Word-of-Honor ear that is priced reasonably at $785; terms and trade. See Mr. Wilkins. Dick Murphy, Inc., 1728 Kaiorama rd. BUICK COUPE—Reflnlshed, new tires, fine condition. $45 down and small monthly payments. Warrington Motor Car Co., Po tomac 44. BUICK BROUGHAM. 1928—A Word-of-Honor car; belonged to our service manager, nat urally it is in the best of condition. Priced low at $750. See Mr. Wilkins, Dick Murphy, i Inc.. 1728 Kaiorama rd. BUICK 1927 IMPERIAL SEDAN—7-pasMnger; this is an exceptional car in every detail; you will be surprised at the low price; your car in trade; convenient terms. The Wash ington Cadillac Co.. 1136-40 Conn ave. Open evenings. Decatur 3900. BUICK 7-PASS. SEDAN. $350. Just the ear for hacking. Also Bulck standard and master coaches, and sedans from $425 up. Packard, 1700 Kaiorama rd. BUICK MASTER COACH. 1928—1 n good condition; $375. Decatur 4770. Apt. 806. BUICKS—I92B Standard Roadster, Coupe and Four-door Bedan, $875, SBBS. $895. re spectively. Trade or terms. Frey-Golden Motors. Inc.. 1827 14th st. BUICK MASTER BROUGHAM, 1928 A Word-of-Honor car. run only 9.000 miles; 4 brand-new tires; original Duco like new. Cost $2,200; now priced at $1,350. Bee Mr. Wilkins. Dick Murphy, Ino., 1728 Kaiorama rd. n.w. BUICK TOURING. 1923—See this bargain in used transportation; only SBS. Owens Mo tor Co- 6323 Ga. ave. BUICK MASTER 6 TOURING—In good shape throughout. A Word-of-Honor car that can be bought right; only $165. See Mr. Wilkins. D!rk_ Murphy. Inc., 1728 Kaiorama rd. CADILLAC 314 5-Passenger Sedan—Beautiful condition throughout. New rubber Owner is forced to 6ell at a bargain. Smaller car in trade. For demonstration call Columbia 3690. Apt. 42). before noon or Franklin 9415 as ter noon. 25* CADILLAC 341. 5-passenger Imperial Sedan in best condition; you seldom nave an op portunity for such a buy; take a demon stration now; your ear in trade; convenient terms; open evenings. The Washington Cadillac Co.. 1136 Conn ave. Decatur 3900. CADILLAC 1924 Model 61 4-pass. Sedan- New paint job. $285, a year to pay. Frey- Goldun Motors, Inc.. 1821 14th at. BALE—AUTOMOBILES. (Conti nuetL) CADILLAC COUPE—Cheap for cash. Bill's Oarage. 1414 North Capitol st. 28* B HANDLER SEDAN. 1927—'Today’s best bet? uco finish, new tires, excellent condition. sIOO down and small monthly payments. Warrington Motor Car Co.. 1712 Conn. ave. Potomac 44 CHEVROLET—Leaving town, must sell flve passenger landau. 1927 model. In excellent condition: mechanically perfect: 8 tires. 4 nS? w i«SJ cep » t . lon V Telephone Frank lln 6940; after 6. Cleveland 5898-J CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1927—Pine condition. *}?* fires. 865 down and small monthly payments. Warrington Motor Car Co., 1712 Conn, ave. n.w. Potomac 44. ?Ssy ltOl iF r , B * D AN. 1927—Oeneral appear ance excellent; motor completely overhauled ou . r „s hop „‘ nd fwantged. A dandy car for 8385. Very liberal terms arranged. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Ga. tvs. CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1824—825 down. bal. mis payments to suit. Excellent shape. 3700 Oa. ave. n.w. Col. 10082. • CHEVROLET COACH. 1927-Motor com pletely overhauled In our shop and guaran *,«* d ; new Duco in original colore. A won -0 * 3lO - Ter, n*- Owens Motor C0.j_8323 Oa. ave. CHEVROLET COACH. 1926—Pully equipped, mechanlcany ak.; excellent appearance: 8225. Only 890 down, balance easy. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1927—New Duco. 5 good tires, mechanically ok. Must be seen £?. be .» *PP>'eci»fed. 8325. terms. Barry- Pate Motor Co.. 3826 Sherman ave. CHEVROLET COACH. 1926—Fully equipped: wes formerly owned by very careful driver. c.ean as a pin; 1104 down, balance easy. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Oa. ave. CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN7I926^PuiI v equipped; motor completely overhauled in our shop and is good for 20.000 miles; paint, upholstery, etc . good. Owens Motor Co, 6323 Ga. ave CHEVROLET ROADSTER—Driven MOO A-l cond ; only 1175. 413 2nd n.w. Fr. 1860-J. J7. CHEVROLET COACH. 1928—Pully equipped; *425. See this car before purchasing any new or used car; *145 down, balance 12 mos. Free driving lessons if necessary. Owens Motor J 70.. 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COAChTI926—In dandy shape; priced low at *240 for quick sale, 896 down, balance 10 mos. Owens Motor Co., 8323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1927—Pully equipped': motor just overhauled; reflnlshed In beautl new Duco. This car under priced 825; *J.2O down, balance easy. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Oa. ave. CHEVROLET'S—I92B Coupe. 8335; 1927 r onp? .’,!^ 35; - I#2B Ro*dster. $150; 1925 Tour ing, $75. Condition guaranteed. A year 52.^ pa ?’ Frey-Golden Motors, Inc., 1827 14th st. CHEVROLET SEDAN, 1926—Fully equipped: "sed br i'ery careful driver; new Duco fln }*£’ Very terms. Owens Motor Co,. 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET CABRIOLET? 1927—Fully equipped; looks and runs good; 1350, terms. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Oa. ave. CHEVROLET COUPE, 1927—This ear is A-l both mechanically and in appearance; $325 Very liberal terms. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN. 1927—NlceTv kept and In first-class condition. See this car today at Graham-Palge Co. ol Washing ton, D. C„ 1526 14th st. n.w. Potomac 772. CHEVROLET COUPE, 1928—Balcrank bump ers. M ° tor Perfect. Fully equipped. Or.lv 8450. Terms. Barry-Pate Motor Co., 3525 Sherman ave. CHEVROLET COACH. 1938—Very liste.'Clean as a new car. 5 good tires. Fully equip ped- -I 450 ' Barry-Pate Motor Co., 3520 Sherman ave. CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1926—1 n very fine con dition; *llO down. sl7 per month. Many others, easy terms. Sheriff Motor Co., 827 K st. n.w. CHEVROLET COACH. 1927—Runs perfect; finish and upholstery like new. 5 good tires. Fully equipped. 1335. Barry-Pate Motor Co . 2525 Bherman ave, CHEVROLET COACH. 1926—Upholstery and paint excellent. Runs perfectly. SBO cash, balance monthly. Barry-Pate Motor Co., 2523 Sherman ave. CHEVROLET COUPE, 1936—1 n best of con dition, 5 good tires, fully equipped; $225; liberal terms. Barry-Pate Motor Co., 2525 Sherman ave. CHEVROLET 3EDAN. 1927—Clean as new Inside and out; fully equipped. 5 good tires; has had the best of care. *375, terms. Bar ry-Pate Motor Co ■ 2525 Sherman ave. n.w. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1926—Fully equipped? “f*. F lo,or ; n?w Duco In original colors. A at i 25 - T o™*. »100 cash, balance 8 months. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1925—G00d motor, tires. Paint and upholstery: fully equipped. Only *7O down, balance monthly. Owens Motor Co., 6333 Oa. ave. CHEVROLET ENGINE FROZEN? Welded In 1° online heads exchanged. *4 50. Wfldit Co,. 516 Ist n w. CHRYSLER COACH. 1926—This ls~ the ' t*~- mous 70 model with lets of power and pep: has been completely ovp-hauled in our shop runs like new: 6 very good tires, repainted French brown; priced at *495: only *l9B down, balance easy terms Many others. Sheriff Motor Co.. 627 K n.w. CHRYSLERS—I929 model 75 roadsters. 2. color blue: 1328 model 72 roadsters. 2. 1 chocolate brown snd 1 canary yellow: 1928 model 62 roadsters. 2,1 green and 1 yellow. Very attractive snd sporty looking road sters. 14*tl?'st' JP ' Frey ' Gcldea Motors, Inc., CHRYSLER" 4-DOOR BEDAN. 1927, model 50 —A real sacrifice: *155 if sold at once. Adams 6627. No dealers. • CHRYSLER 1928 Model 52 Coach—Looks like new. *475. a year to pay. Frey-Golden Mo tors. Inc- 1827 l«th st. CHRYSLER 70 SPCP.T ROADSTER, latest nioael—Party leaving city. Will sacrifice for *695. Mrs. 31eth, 1408 Belmont n.w., after 6 p.m. CHRYSLER 1927 Model 60 4-door Sedan— Excellent condition. 5 new tires. $475, a year to pay. Frey-Oolden Motors, 1827 14th st. n.w. CHRYSLER 70 SEDAN, 1927—Perfect con dition, new tiles, low price. Trade your car. *IBO down and small monthly pay ments. Warrington Motor Car Co., 1712 Conn, ave. Potomac 44. DODGE COUPE, LATE 1926—1a good run nmg condition: *l3O down. *2O per month; many others: easy terms. Sheriff Meter Co -627 K st. n.w, DODGE SEDAN. 1926—Going for only *!!;•>. Cash or easy terms. 33 New York ave. n.w. Open till 9 p.m. • DODGE SEDAN. 1924—1 n fine shape: tires? motor and upholstery A-l: only *175; terms. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Ga. ave. DODGE SEDAN. 1928- Fast "four. In per fect condition. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Kellner. Franklin 9415. 26* DODGE LATE MODEL COUPE—Looks like i new; new tires; will trade: terms to suit. 2107 Penn. ave. n.w. West 2883. Open evg nings and Sundays. DODGE COUPE. 1926—G00d rubber, motor rebuilt recently. Price *325 cash. Call Main 5810. Mr. La Pause. 27* DODGE BUSINEBS MAN’S COUPE—Hare is a mighty nice little closed car, in good me chanical condition, only *285. See Mr. Wil kins, Dick Murphy. Inc.. 1728 Kalorama rd. DURANT SEDAN. 1928—Tike new. Run only a few miles. *IOO down and small monthly payments. Warrington Motor Car Co., 1712 Conn, ave. Pctomac 44 ESSEX SEDAN, 1928—Driven 7.500 miles. 4-wheel brakes. *525. a year to pay. Frey- Golden Motors. Inc.. 1827 14th st. ESSEX COACH —Fine condition. New tires. *35 down and small monthly payments. Warrington Motor Car Co.. 1712 Conn. ave. Potomac 44 FORD TOURING. 1924—1150 worth of trans portation for *45. Col. 10082. 3700 Ga. ave, n.w. * FORD TUDOR SEDAN. 1927—G00d condi tion: new battery, extras; price reasonable; terms. Adams 3528. l FORD TUDOR, 1927. *lB5. or coupe. *135; both In perfect condition. Call Adams 7811. Will accept terms. FORD ROADSTER. 1927, *165: wire wheels? etc.: or my 1927 Touring Car, *135; can arrange terms. Adams 7811. FORD 1926 COUPE—New paint, balloon tires, mechanically good; *200; terms. Bteua:t Motor Co.. 1011 6th st. n.w. FORD 1926 TUDOR SEDAN—New paint, bal loon tires; mechanically good; *200; terms Bteuart Motor Co- 1011 6th st. n.w. FORD TUDOR SEDAN A Word-of-Honor car; new Duco. brand-new tires. Cannot be duplicated In town for *250. See It to day. Ask for Mr. Wilkins. Dick Murphy. Inc.. 1728 Kalorama rd. n.w. FORD Model A Standard Coupe—4 months old. Will exchange *325 equity for late Model T sedan. Shepherd 3044, 25* FORD STANDARD" COUPE. MODEL A—Four months old: perfect: *l5O less than cost; terms Shepherd 3044. * FORD COACH, late mode! T—Motor In first class condition; good tires, new paint; looks like new: *l5O. This car needs to be seen to be appreciated. Apply 3819 M st. n.w., after 4 p.m. * FORD ROADSTER, 1927. $l5O. Original fin ish like new. Opportunity for some one de siring extra good Ford Roadater. 1341 W at. i FORD TUDOR BEDAN, late 1927 model— This car Is perfect in every respect. See this one before buying; only *235; attractive terms. Triangle Motor Co- 2N. Y. art, n.w. FORDS—I 936 roadster and coupe. 1700 Kalorama rd. FORD ENGINE SUPPORT LEAK* Welded in car. *5.50; engine heads exchanged. 11.80 Weldit Co.. 516 Ist n.w. GRAHAM-PAIOE SEDAN. 1938: model 8-10— Leather upholstery; fully equipped: equal to new; *750: terms. Giaham-Palge Co. of Washington, D. C., 1526 14th at. n.w. Po tomac 772. HUDSON 4-PASS. COUPE. 1923—1 n unusu ally good condition; only *l5O. Mr. Wilkins, Dick Murphy. Inc.. 1728 Kalorama rd. HUDSON CEDANS—Two in good running condition at *2OO and $276: aasy terms. Many others. Sheriff Motors. 827 K n.w. HUPMOBILE 1929 CENTURY 6 SEDAN—« wire wheels, custom equipped; run less than 2.000 miles, still under new ear guarantee. Ca narrange attractive terms with no down payment and small monthly payments to property owner. Will demonstrate. Mr. Reistoh. 2921 M at. Decatur 3999. HUPMOBILE TOURING. 1925. In egeeilent condition; bumpers, electric windshield wiper and other extras: paint like new; *l4O. Apt. 88. 1929 18th n.w. u* HUPMOBILE 1927 5-pass. 8 Coupe—Condi tion exceptionally good. $675. a year to pay. Frey-Golden Motors. Inc- 1827 14th st. MARMON Sport Phaeton. 1927—000 d paint, good rubber. ■ cost *4.200 new. A might'- sporty looking car. Will sacrifice for S9OO Mr. Burklin. 826 12th st. n.w. or call Natlonal 2021, MARMON Convertible Coupe. 1927—Perfect condition, looks like new; rung like new, h*». new tire*. Low priee. Stay terms. Trade you car. Warrington Motor Cor Co., 1712 Conn, gve. Potomac 44. tSasgsi** rm.) “