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BOV in patent attorney's office, one having ta.ent for drawing preferred. Chance to learn patent drawing. Address In own hand writing. State salary expected to begin With Address Box 258-K. BOOKKEEPER—Experienced. dounle-ent ry bookkeeper. Installment experience preferred. Union COLLECTOR and salesman, neat appenr good charact«r, steady position. Ap ply after 3 p m.. Friday, 1121 New Hamp shire ave.. Apt. 306. • Well educated young man In good physical condition to represent us In Washington. We finance you and put you In business If you can sell or can em ploy and train salesmen. Get the details of our proposition and then ask your banker his advice. Unimpeachable references re quired. J. W. Cooper, 377 Fourth ave.. New York. FORD MECHANICS, two. first-class. Apply Mr. Magill, Parkway Motor Co., 10C5 Wis coniin ave. HOUSEMAN, thoroughly reliable: refs. Ad»ms_oßl7. * MAN—First-class steam piper or man In steam piping business or high-class estima tor who is familiar with labor costs. Ad dress Box 253-K. Btar office. 12* MARKER AND ASSORTER; must be experi enced and fast: salary. S2O. Conger Laun dry. 33rd and N. Y. ave. n.w. MARRIED MAN and son as helpers, experi enced: dairy: good milkers and truck. Charles Veirs, Rockville. Md. Phone 103-^-13. MEN, 2. with light cars for advertising and sales work, calling on established trade In Washington and vicinity. Only men of neat appearance with a past record of steady employment and accustomed to earning $125 or more a month need apply. See manager. 10 to 4 p.m.. the Fuller Brush Co.. 924 Na tional Press Bldg. MEN. two good used car salesmen at once. Chance to make good money. De Soto Used Car Dept.. 1324 14th st. n w. » MEN who have a selling reputation. Won derful opportunity, large variety of mer chandise and specialities: Liberal commis slons. Call after 4 p.m., 925 11th. MEN to distribute advertising; 7 a.m. The Gaff Co.. 939 D st. n.w. 10* PATENT ATTORNEY desires assistant qual ified to make validity and infringement in vestigations State experience, age and sal ary expected. Replies treated strictly con fidential. Address Box 160-K, Star office. PRESSER. experienced. Apply at once, Saltz Bros.. 1341 P St. n.w. SALES MANAGER—Must be capable of organizing large sales force. Only man with real ability and successful record need ap piy. See Mr. Lewis. 1919 19th st. 10* SALESMAN, one only, for our Chevrolet sales organization. We have a small, com pact. choice outfit. Therefore the man we select must be A-l for experience. Refer ences required. See Mr. Baning. sales man ager. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Ga. ave. SALESMAN-COLLECTOR. Insurance: $25 weekly salary to start: references and edu cation necessary: Increase to SSO if compe tent. Apply 906 Investment Building. 10* SALESMAJB*radiator covers and shields. See Mr. Leon Commerford. 1117 Isth st. n.w. Telephone Potomac 5035. SALESMEN wanted for new-car agency. Must have references. Sales manager want ed for used cars. Northeast Oldsmoblle Sales and Service. 64 H st. n.e. SHOE SALESMAN wanted for Saturdays only. Apply Hirsh s Shoe Stores, Inc., 1026- 38 7th st. n.w. ■ TAILORING SALESMAN, experienced, first class opportunity for the right man. Edward Tailoring Co- 719 14th st. n.w. TAXI DRIVERS—Good pay and bonus of $5 weekly. Good-Will Taxi Service, 3rd and K sts. s.w,. Metropolitan 7651. WHITE BOYS wanted, with bicycles. Apply Mr. Carmalt. 1418 New York ave. n.w. OPPORTUNITY. Young men, 18 to 24. high-school educa tion. with personality, to be trained for responsible positions with large corporation. Write Mr. R. H. Townsend. 1317 New York ave- giving pertinent Information. AN OPPORTUNTY FOR USEO-CAR SALESMEN. We need two live-wire men for our used ear department. Clean and honestly priced used car stock to sell from. The new Oak land eight and Pontiac six will bring many unusual bargains to our now fine selection of used cars. If you want to make big money and are not afraid of hard work, answer this ad. See Mr. Ritenour. H. R. KING. AMBITIOUS MEN —are satisfying their ambitions in Mr. Crabb’s organization daily. DON’T HESITATE. 308 INSURANCE BLDG- 15th Sc EYE BTB. HELP—MEN AND WOMEN. CANVASSERS. sls per week and commis sion. conditional: no selling: steady work. Apply 5311 Georgia ave. n.w. JANITOR AND WIFE, first'class, no chil dren: references; foreigners preferred. Adams 3382, •_ INSTRUCTION COURSES. MAKE $2,500 TO SIO,OOO A YEAR IN A hotel, club, institution, school, tea room, restaurant or cafeteria. Managers and as sistants wanted. No previous experience needed when Lewis 4-month course prepares you. Employment dept, helps place grad uates at no extra cost. Big pay, better liv ing, quick promotion waiting. Midwinter classes forming now. Without obligation learn at once how you can capitalize this opportunity. LEWIB HOTEL TRAINING SCHOOLS, Pennsylvania ave. at 23rd street. School open 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. COMMERCIAL ART—TRAIN FOR PROFES sional work under exper. newspaper artist: reas. tuition. N. 6. Sudduth, 340 Eve. Star. Nat. 5000. Br, 58. « LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE AT T#E mous Mabelle Honour School (Estab. 1918). New classes now forming: moderate charges, easy terms, cay, evening classes. 817 14tn st. n.w, WHY SPEND 9-12 MONTHS DAY OR 18-24 months In night school, when you can get a bettor commercial course, including the *ame essential subjects In about one-third the time? Thousands of indorsers. Position guaranteed graduates. Est. 10 yrs. New classes now forming. Enroll today. Boyd Secretarial School. Adams Bldg- 1333 P n.w. Natl. 2338. COMPLETE HOME STUDY COURSE FOR clerk-carrier exam POSTAL CORRESPOND ENCE SCHOOL, 945 Pa. ave. Nat. 8822. 18* FRENCH INSTRUCTOR CONVERSATION, vocabulary, moderate charges: nothing in iwered by phone: Interview permitted. Write, INSTRUCTOR. 306 E st. n.w. 18* INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. SHORTHAND, typewriting, dictation. Apt. 501. the John Marshall. Phone between 7_and 8 p.m. 13* AUTO DRIVING TAUGHT QUICKLY 1 Li censed men: expert lady Instructress. CON OVER. West 3068. 2138 H st. n.w. 10* AUTO DRIVING QUICKLY TAUGHT. In quire about our new method: licensed white men; established 10 years. Call Lin. 82. AVIATION. Applications are now being accepted for first 1930 day and night classes in aviation mechanics. Ground course for flyers, navi- Jation. welding, etc. Special arrangements or women. Bame minimum rates, available terms. Open evenings until 9 p.m. Aviation School of America, DON'T LET IT PASS. Don’t let pass the opportunity to get Into the radio profession as soon as possible. And right here In Washington one has the benefit of the best radio training to be had In this country. The Loomis College Is known all over the United States for its thorough and practical training and the big companies are always glad to get our graduates. Our tuition fee is so small and terms of payment so easy that the course is within the reach of young men earning very small salaries. The Winter term is lust beginning and one may enroll at any time, but it Is best not to delay too long. Classes five nights In the week, beginning at 7 o’clock. Bear in mind that wa have alwara placed our graduate! at good sala ries and without any delay. Call for par* ‘LOOMIS RADIO COLLEGE, Amerlea’a Leading Radio Institution. '405 9th St. District 7839. u* THE BEASTS OF TARZAN After two weeks had passed the marooned party had completed several small and comfortable (Shacks but never, meanwhile, had there been even a hint of rescue. It was Tarzan who suggested finally that they attempt to construct a boat large enough to carry them back to the mainland. He showed the men how to fashion rude tools and eagerly they commenced their labors under the ape-man's super vision. INSTRUCTION COURSES. (Continued.) AUTO DRIVING LESSONS. For PERMTTB and PARKING. Met. 1808. * $lO COMMISSION. PAYMENT Os $lO commission to any one bringing » customer in for a used car sold at $l5O or more THIS OFFER is made in connection with cur 1929 CLEAN-UP SALE and is lim ited to 4 days. SOMK OF OUR SPECIALS. BUICK MASTER <5 COACH: BALLOON TIRES. 4-WHEEL BRAKES $250 NASH ADVANCED 6 COACH. 1928; RUN LESS THAN 1.000 650 ESSEX COACH. 1927: 4 NEW TIRS6... 175 A REAL CHANCE TO MAKE AND SAVE SOME REAL MONEY. N ORTH E A ST~H UPMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE, 50 H St. N.E. UNION STATION GARAGE, 51 EYE St. N.E. 12* BUSINESS INSTRUCTION. PREPARE NOW FOR POBT OFFICE & PAT ENT OFFICE. The Civil Service Preparatory School, s.e. cor. 12th & F sts. n.w. Met. 6337, * EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. STENO. <fcm.). *18; housekeeper (w.i; 2 cooks i*.); 2 parlor maids <w.); salad girl (w.), *6O; cook (col., fem.). *SO: 5 gen. houseworkers (col.l; chauffeur-butler. Fili pino, *75: chauffeur (col.), *9O: counter man. *125. Wash. Gen. Emp. Agcy., 502 Albee Bldg.. 16tn and G. _____ NOTlCE—National Personnel Bureau. Pri9 K st. n.w. Competent help furnished daily; positions optn daily. District 6821. STENOGRAPHERS. bookkeepers. typists, needed dally. No charge unles# _ placed. Washington Employment Exchange. 214 Nat. Press Bldg,. 14th and F n.w. RUPHER’S EXCHANGE—Honest, reliable do mestic help by day, week or month; ref. in vestigated. Decatur 3551. 1837 llth^mw. Need 500 applicants daiiy. tUoI 1 liJINo stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, clerks, salesmen, etc. Free reg istration. Boyd's. 1333 F n.w. Natl. 2338, IfELP—WOMEN. ZH ADVERTISING SALESLADIES to sell adver tising in the Official Directory. An unusual proposition offering immediate commence ment. An excellent opportunity for ad vancement to proper persons. Apply 809 Barr Bldg. Do not telephone. BAKER, must have experience; good salary. 1032 Conn, ave. CLASSIFERS. experienced, white, for rough dry department. Apply Bergmann's Laun drr. 823 O st. n.w. __ COMPANY writing all lines of Insurance has opening on its sales force for a few women. Experience not essential. Maximum com missions and fully equipped office. Apply before 10 a m. or after 4 p.m., C. M. Wright, 306 Commercial National Bank Building. GIRLS for soda fountain. Must have ex perience and reference. Apply Investment Pharmacy. 1509 K st. n.w. GIRLS. 2, to learn hairdressing; hlgh-chool graduates preferred. Chez Natalie. 1317 F st. n.w. GIRLS. 2. neat. Intelligent, to learn beauty culture: small salary. Suite 225, National Press Bldg. LADIES, two. for soliciting work; good pay. See Mr. Le Noir. 1213 Good Hope rd. s.e. (Anacostla). SALESGIRL wanted, experience unnecessary. Apply after 12, 436 9th st. n.w, SALESWOMAN, coats, dresses. Must have had at least 5 years specialized experience. Kaplowitz. 13th st. between E and F. STENOGRAPHER, dictaphone operator, by publishing co. Write fully as to agfcedu; cation, previous employment, salary expect ed and speed in shorthand and typewriting. Address Box 229-H, Btar office. WAITRESSES for day work in restaurant; good salary and tips. Address Box 148-K, Star office. WOMAN. 25 to 40, high-school education, pleasing personality, for position with well established firm. *1.500 Income if selected. Address Box 423-J. Star office. . YOUNG LADY to work nights In drug store. Address Box 180-K. Btar office. YOUNG LADIES. 2. 18-23. collegiate type, to complete chaperoned group covering Florida and Winter resorts calling on business firms exclusively. Salary, transportation expenses. Fascinating work; experience unnecessary. Apply Mr. Hawltes. Arlington Hotel. Il*_ WOMEN OF ABILITY. Our Increasing business necessitates In creasing our personnel, so I shall select 4 women who want a genuine opportunity for progress with us. Our company is 35 rears old and has offices throughout the world. If you are sincere in your desire to do some thing worth while, have a high-school or better education, between the ages of 23 and 0 Washington!* THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY. Desirable positions are avail able for young women qualify ing for telephone operating; good salary paid while learning, with increases at frequent inter vals. Apply to Application Dept.. Room 1, 722 12th st. n.w. HELP—DOMESTIC. COOK and houseworker. German or Swed ish preferred. Must be experienced and ha referencea: stay night*. Clcv. 3911. COOK-—Plain cook, experienced; no laundrr» references; Bradley 523. COOK wild general housework; must be Rood cook and have excellent references, small r»milv 2811 JJumbarton ave., after 4.30. GIRL, single, white, general housework and care of two children; mother employed, jm B r.t. s.w.. Apt. 401. after 5 p.m. f” nele girl who answered ad please call again. GIRL wanted, general housework; care for 3-room apt.; 1 room, kitchen free In for duties. Address Box 227-K. Star office. HOUSEKEEPER, settled white woman: two • in family; no laundry; stay nights; refer ences. 1823 Mass, ave. n.w. . HOUSEKEEPER for day time; give age. salary expected, and phone number. Ad dress Box 336-E. Stsr office. .. WOMAN near sth and F sts. n.w. to care for baby during day. Phone Clarendon 356-W-2. WOMAN, settled, white or colored, with de pendable husband, as housekeeper; must be capable, neat; references required; part-time work: fair salary; rooms free. Call Met. 157 only from 3to 5,7 to 8 p.m. —————— SITUATION—MEN. CHAUFFEUR wants position in private fam ily; well experienced; reference. Call at 2145 N at. n.w. *?*_ CLERKSHIP wanted in country town hotel by man of middle age with 20 years’ cxperl ence. Address Box 155-K. Star office. 13* MAN. colored, wants position as chauffeur: first-class references, with experience. North 7112. 10* _ MAN wants position, bu.sboy. asst. cook, dishwasher or waiter. William Bolsseau, 1816 12th at. n.w. Phone North 1054. NIGHT WORK, between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.: young colored man; experienced Janitor and fireman. Phone West 0426. PAINT REMOVER, colored man. aa auto mobile palut remover or work of any kind: cleaning and haullnf. J. Bern Addison, 742 Fairmont at. n.w., Columbia 8671. * PAINTER and paperhanger, colored, flrit class: long experienced, practical workman; reliable. Call line. 173. Prompt service. 14* PHARMACIST, registered, well experienced; steady positionorrellef. Atlantic 3766. 12* ROUTE SALESMAN, experienced, acquaint ed with the genrery trade, desires work. Addressßox23l-K.Btarofflce. I<F_ UTILITY MAN. white, experienced, lor hos pital. apartment or hotel. Address Box 245-K. Star office 10* YOUNG ’MAN. white, experience retail de partment stores stock room; will accept anvthtng; references. B. E. Jones, call Metropolitan 4548. 10* YOUNG MAN, colored, desirous of Job that will allow him to attend evening school. General houseworker, chauffeur. Decatur 3330-J. U* YOUNG MAN. Filipino, wants work as a fine cook, houseman. Address Box 348-K, Star office. 11* YQUNO MAN wants position to attend in valid or semi-invalid; free to travel. 2443 UU> at. 8.W.; write or saU. y THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1930. SITUATION—MEN. (Continued.) POSITION AS SHIPPING CLERK. CHAUF FEUR OR TRUCK DRIVER BY WAR VET ERAN: BEST REFERENCES. ADDRESS BOX 226-K. STAR OFFICE. 13* SITUATIONS—MEN AND WOMEN. MAN AND WIFE, colored, as cook or maid, man as butler or handy man. Chas. Chris tian. 1339 Florida ave. n.w. 11* SITUATION—WOMEN, CAFETERIA GIRL, experienced, wants place, no Sunday: good plain pastry cook also. 306 ! M at. n.w.. upstairs. 12* COACH—WiII teach beginners Spanish or French. 75c per lesson. Senorita Senlta, 933 O st. Please write. * COOK—Excellent white cook wishes position where she can have baby with her; S6O. Address Box 348-E. Star office. DOCTOR S OR DENTISTS ASSISTANT or general office work, 7 yrs. experience in drugs: references. Box 151 East Falls Churchy » GIRL, colored, refined. Intelligent, wishes position in white doctor’s office or caring for bachelor apartment. 1804 S st. n.w. Phone North 5254. GIRL, colored, wishes evening work: experi enced salad maker. North 8752 between 9 and 2 p.m. LADY wishes position as seamstress In an institution, home or private family; best reference. Decatur 4228-J. 10* LADY would like to connect with real estate firm selling or renting houses or apart ments: drives own car. Address Box 246-JC, Star office. 1Q» LADY of experience offers service by the hour or dav earing for children or adults. Cali Met. 2980. 13« LADY, refln d. will care 'for children after noons. evenings or all day. Call Col. 2262-J. i ask for Miss Wallace. SECRETARY, ten years’ experience in gen eral office work, with knowledge of book keeping, Adams 3772-W. STENOGRAPHERS (2> desire positions, one with 9 years’ secretarial, one with 2 years' stenographic experience. Call Georgia 3524-W. STENOGRAPHER and typist, experienced. wishes position. Call West 1272. 1I» STENOGRAPHER, experienced, wants posi tion: part time preferred. Cleveland 5672. H£_ WOMAN AND DAUGHTER want work to gether. 915 French st. n.w. YOUNG LADY with high-school education would like position in gift shop or millinery store, experienced. Address Box 234-K, Star i office. • YOUNG WIFE, white, with child, separated i from husband, wants work with home for self and child. High-school education. Can manage household, nurse, cook or sew. Call Shepherd 2679-W 10- YOUNG WOMAN with baby desires job as housekeeper or care of baby: stay nights. Address Box 269-K. Star office. SITUATION-DOMESTIC. GIRL, colored, reliable, wishes chambermaid work in hotel or private family or part time general housework. Phone Adams 7123 or 774 Hobart pi. n.w. 11* GIRL, colored, for rooking and general housework; stay nights. Apply 3915 MlH tarv rd. n.w, GIRL, colored, want* general housework. 1401 Girard st. n.w„ Columbia Apt. * GIRL colored, first class, wishes waitress or chambermaid position: city references: willing to go South for Winter with flrst clsss family. North 9817-W. GIRL, colored, reliable, wishes light house work or mother's helper; no cooking. 743 4th st. n.w, GIRL, colored, refined, wants place as wait ress or general hougeworker; well experi enced. North 4109-R. GIRL, colored, neat, wishes light house work. nurse or maid. 2108 10th »t. n.w. HOUSEWORK df any klnA wanted. ms 21st st. n.w. WOMAN, colored, wants 3 days’ work wash ing. cleaning: city reference. Call Lincoln 2813: Jessie Carr. WOMAN, colored, wishes general housework or work by the day. Call 1124 Ist st. n.w WOMAN, colored, reliable, with reference, wanta day’s work. Phone Potomac 1698. WOMAN, night or part time in house or apartment; best of ref. 1424 Fla. ive.^n.*. WOMAN, colored, good cook, general worker, does part-time and day’s work; good waitress. Decatur 2419. WOMAN, colored, reliable, withes position as nurse or chambermaid; references. 710 St. Marya ct. WOMAN, colored, from Virginia, wants day’s work, cook or chambermaid; hava reference. Phone Met. 3181. 1242 N. J. ave. * RECOMMENDED SERVICE. The following business concerns guarantee satisfaction to Btar read ers. Any complaint found necessary to be made to The Star win receive prompt attention. For admission to Recommended Service Column call National 5000, Branch 115. ANTIQUES REBTORED and repaired; refln - lshing. chair caneing; estimates free. Wm. Ruffner. Georgia 2864-J. 11* BEDDING of all kinds renovated and steril ized by process approved by Health Dept.. D. C. Prompt service and low prices. Eagle Bedding Co- 3216 sth it. n.e. Decatur 755. BEDDING RENOVATED, springs, mattresses, pillows, feather mat.; down comfort, re-cov ered Ideal Bedding Co.. 622 E n.w. M. 4094. BEDDING. MATTRESSES, box tprings and pillows reno.; best prices and prompt del. Wash. Mattress Co., 31t L at. s.w. M. 8679. CARPENTER—Remodeling; repairing. Floors reflnlshed. cleaned and waxed. Prompt serv lce. Economy Decorating Co. Nat. 0500. li* CARPENTER, builder—Remodeling, repair ing a specialty; cabinet work: reliable me chanics. H. Johnson. 1365 Irving. Col. 6917. CARPENTER AND JOBBER— Remodeling, inclosing porches, all metal weather strip ping. M. Brining. 1359 Taylor at. n.w. Adams 1624. DOOR CHECK REPAIRING—We repair and refill all standard makes of door checks. C F. Armlger. 916 New York ave. n.w. Metiopolltan 3191 ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING and fixtures by experts. Special prices this month. Vase wired- radio and Frlgidalre sales. Star Electric Co.. Adams 8855. 4927 9th st. n.w. EXPERT FLOOR FINISHING, scraping, wax i Ing; skilled mechanics: also painting. Paul • Serene. 28 N Y. ave. n.w. Nat. 3686. FLOOR WORK, every description, very rea sonable. Guaranteed. Dustless machines. L. T. Folk. 1935 Park rd. Col. 3483. FLOORS SCRAPED, reflnlshed. cleaned, waxed, hand or machine work; reliable serv ice. reasonable prices. Nash Floor Service. 803 Princeton st. n.w. Columbia 4231. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED, repaired; slip cover* made; est. eheertully given. Returned free. Tlttensor, 1800 Bth at. n.w. N. 7702. GARAGES—Take advantage of special Jan uary prices. All types. Terms like rent. Thousands of satisfied owners. Washington Construction Co.. 1205 Eye st. Phone Nat. 8873. . HOUF-E REPAIRS, sidewalk to roof: floor scraping and finishing, carpentry, general repairs; satisfaction guaranteed. J. W. La ber. Plat. 4837. 14» KEYS—Duplicate keys. 25 cents; made while ?ou wait. Turner & Clark, 1221>/a New ork ave. nw. Met. 3005. PAINTING. PEPERHANGING. rooms. *6 up: plastering: first class: quick service. Get m y prices first. J. Hulln. Lin. 1879-W. 12* PAINTING. PAPKRHANOING. PLASTERING. Special prices this month: best material: all work guaranteed. S. D. Lopatin. 3329 llth at. n.w.. near Park rd. Adam* 5840, PAINTING. PAPERING. Interior, exterior; monthly payments. Harry A. Glorlus & Co., 3017 Oa. ave. n.w. Phone Col. 4338, Ja2s* PAFERINO AND PAlNTlNG—Excellent work manship at money-saving prices Personal attention. For estimate call Col. 6543. L. Crowell. PAPERING, painting and general home im provements from foundation to root. Deal with a reputable concern and get the bene fit of our partial-payment plan, adding only 6% lnt.. above cost. If you have any work you Intend doing in your home, now Is the time Just phone The Home Decorator. Inc- Met 0854. at 1009 9th st. n.w.. and get the benefit of Winter prices PAPERHANGINO. PAINTING—Rooms pa pered. *6 and up; Interior and exterior painting; Dutch Boy lead and oil used ex clusively: guaranteed first-class work; estl mate* submitted. Earl Jordan. Lin. 5785. PAPERHANGINO at low prices. Room. *6 up. Redecorate your home now. J. Egdal, 3659 10th at. n.w. Adams 7149. PAPERHANGING, FAINTING, PLASTERING. Reasonable prices: work guaranteed. ECON OMY DECORATINO CO., Nat 0500, If PAPERHANGINO—Kooms papered, 86 and up; estimate furnished; work guaranteed. «C*f.yri|hl. I*2*. b. f r'ftr Rir# SiirTO,i,h«, Inr All rigid, 111? I But as time went on the Herculean nature of their task became more and more apparent and they fell to grumbling and quarreling among themselves, so that to the other dangers were now added dissen sion and suspicion. More than before did Tarzan now fear to leave Jane among the half brutes of the Kincaid's crew. But hunting he must do, for none other could so surely go forth and return with meat as he. RECOMMENDED SERVICE. (Continued.) - PIANO TUNING. $2.50; special repair estl - mates free. Sander*on-Bchaeffer Co- 644 H 3 st. n.e. Lin. 1057; night call. Col. 5940. Pot. 989-W. ■ PIANO TUNING, spec, price. Formerly head tuner Percy Foster Co- Knabe Co. Geo. M. Walker, Col. 4796. 707 Allison n.w. Ref -1 leading music teachers. _________ I PLUMBING—SpeciaI attention to remodeling - i and repßir work. Shop and rev.. 1020 10th st. n.e- Atlantic 2351. D. J. Sillers. 14* PLUMBING. HEATING. OIL BURNING; re - ! pairs and Installations; found reliable for 32 6 years J. R. Guerin. 412 E. Cap _Lln_34J7. - UPHOLSTERING Have your work done , now at low prices, as we are not busy. * Standard Uph Co- 403 11tli, Nat. 4902. - WINDOW SHADES, screens, metal weather 1 stripping: estimates tree. Butler Sons. 1351 • Good Hepg rd. Lincoln 10123. \ BEAUTY PARLORS. u MARCELS, 25c, 50c: shampoo. 25c to 50c; permanent wave, entire head, no extras. $5. r Mabelle Honour School, 817 14th st. Met. J 9818. . SPECIAL—MARCEL. FINGER WAVE OR shampoo. 50e: permanent wave. *5. Esther's Beauty Shoppe, 504 Kresge Bldg. Met. 6246. i 15 * MOTOR TRAVEL. t DRIVING TO NEW YORK AND HARTFORD this week end; take refined companions rea ; sonably. Arrange Immediately. Mr. Tuckey, National 8250. * ' MIAMI. $23; TAMPA. JAX- CAROLINA AND Oeorgia points; Florida cars wanted. Dixtc , Tours. Howard House. Franklin 10153. 14* PERSONAL. The rate under heading of Personal is 3 cents per line additional to the regular line rate. EXCEPTIONALLY COMFORTABLE HOME of nurse devoted to the care of Invalids and convalescents. Ad. 7383. 1833 Kalorama road. MASSAOE. OIL OR ALCO RUB: Q-RAY light: vibrator treatment. $2. Col. 7419. Hours. 10 to 7:30; Sundays. 10 to 3. 3121 14th n.w. ANTIQUES. DIAMONDS. PAWN TICKETS, gold, silver wanted: see us first. LIVINOS TON A CO- 1319 F st. n.w. National 5649. DECORATIVE PROBLEMS 80LVED IN homes of moderate Income, also piano les sons given. Anne Thomas, Decatur 0380, 9-11 a.m. 10’ WIBH TO BUY BACK. WITH REWARD. FOL lowlng articles, probably purchased at auc tion. second-hand or antique dealers, since [ July. 1929. 1 old book, history of Greek Rev olution, 1 set Browning. 1 set Conrad. 1 set Barrie, all small, leather-bound volumes: ' 1 doz. grapefruit glasses, gold and gray: Va doz. Dresden china dessert saucers, dif ferent colors, with figures; red-bordered Plates, with pictures of fish and game: 1 vase. red. gold and green, with women's : figures. Call North 1026, preferably before 9 a.m. SWEDISH MABSAGE GIVEN IN YOUR home: experienced masseur or masseuse. Mr. It Mrs. C. J. ASHLOCK. Shepherd 2385-W. LADY, WITH INITIATIVE AND ABILITY, to help make paying proposition of my cot tage, delightfully situated by the salt water. Address Box 354-K. Star office. 12* VISITING TEACHER WILL TEACH FRENCH art or grade work; city references. F. de K -3222 Wisconsin ave.. Apt._26. 10* WANTED—GODD HOME* IN WHICH BlX months-old baby can be boarded. Address Box 239-H. Star office. SLIP COVERS. 3-PC. SUITE WITH SEP. cushions, snap fasteners lncl. material. sl6 50. R. L. Isherwood, 1513 26th s.e. Lin. 5350, YOUNGS KINDERGARTEN AND GRADE School; transportation by private car; dra matics. French, dancing, supervised Play: also after-school supervised recreation for public school children. North 6993. 11* CHAIR CANEING. PORCH ROCKERS splinted, upholstering. Armstrong. 1235 10th zt. n.w. Franklin 7483. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. (5 LEANING. PREBSING and boot-black business for sale, due to poor health. Ad dress Box 233-K. Star office. 11* SHOE REPAIR—On account of the death of owner I am forced to sell shoe-repair and shoe-shine business: established place; no machinery: on 14th st. n.w.: $l5O cash, bal ance as you desire. Call Metropolitan 5800. CIGAR AND NEWS STAND in lobby large office building; possibly best stand of kind in city: lease: price, $4,750. Address Box 91-K. Star office. * GASOLINE, accessories; good n.w. location; fully equipped; good business: price. $3,000. Address Box 211-K. Star office. •_ CAFETERIA, with soda fountain, cigars; 10- ■ cated in financial district; good business: , first person investigating should buy at price , asked. Address Box 423-K. Star office.• INTERESTED IN PURCHASING bedding co. or rug-cleaning establishment. Write par ticulars. Confidential. Address Box 174-K, Sta'r office. TAILOR SHOP for sale; doing a good busi ness. Will give week trial. Inquire 1135 7th st. n w. 13* RESTAURANT at 1215-J317 7th st* n.w.: will rent the above In whole or In part; newly decorated: store has been running as a res taurant for the past 30 years. Inquire R. B. Beale, 1331 O st. n.w., Room 405. Metro politan 2528. CAFETERIA, surrounded by large ware houses and large business houses: 99(7 men trade: plenty business: no promised business, we have It: closes Sundays and holidays, completely equipped; small expense: living quarters; rare bargain. Box 247-K, Star office. • WANTED—Settled man with some capital as partner In established produce business. Address Box 181-K. Star office. 12* CAFETERIA AND LUNCH ROOM, located 829 14th st. n.w.—85.000 proposition, can be pought for much less. Business showing *IOO net profit per week; long lease; com pletely equipped; dining rooms 2 floors. Living quarters. Owner leaving city. •_ CAFETERIA, downtown, now earning at the rate of 310.000 per year; fine business for two partners or for man and wife who are workeis. Yours for *12.000 cash. No non sense and no agents. Address Box 250-K, Btar office. ifj« GROCERY STORE, reasonable, doing good business: living rooms; rent. *2O a month. 1249 Half st s.w . bet. M and N. • FOR SALE—ROOMING OR BOARDING house nearly filled: 16th street, ideal loca tion; *2,000. Address Box 217-K. Star office. FOR SALE—EXIDE BATTERY SERVICE station; 5 living rooms; cheap rent. 2200 M st. n.w. ~ DENTIST OR BEAUTY P'ARLOR. 1110 H at. n.e., second floor; glass front; all necessary plumbing outlets: new building. Busiest square on H at. NEWSOM, 1110 H st. n.e. Lin. 3071. SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES —Will sell reasonable. CaTI at Washington Safe Deposit Storage Co., 916 Pa. n.w. iq» ANTIQUE JEWELRY SALE, five days only! rings, pins, pearls, studs, stamps, coins, au tographs. old closet, table, show case, etc. Hobby Shop. 916 12th st. n.w. 14* BED-DAVENPORT SUITE. 3-plece. In blue and taupe veiour; set of Belgian linen slip covers; sacrifice. *75. 2nd floor, 916 14th st. BED-DAVENPORT SUITE. 3 pieces. *60~; occasional chair, *8; console table and mir ror. *lO. 46 B s.w. • ANTIQUE BED-RQOM SET: other pieces; reasonable, 1332 Eye st. n.w,. Apt. 31. * BUILDING MATERIAL AND BRlCK—Re moval sale on good used material at our Camp Meigs yard, which we will move soon to 15th A H sts. n.e. A large selec tion; lowest prices: backed by 19 years of square dealing. Cleaned whole brick, no bats, full count guaranteed; good flooring, sheathing and framing; doors, sash, radi ators, plumbing fixtures, pipe; complete win dows. many oilier Hems. Phone Lincoln 2125. HECHINOER CO.. sth and Fla. Ave. N.E. CLARINET, B; Albert system; good as new: with case; *45. Phone Adams 5764-J. 1131 Euclid st. n.w. • COATS OF ARMS (painted!. Address Bo’x 238-K. Star office. 10* COATS (two), lady's sport, fine condition; *lO each. 1346 Monroe st., n.w., Ist floor. DESKS—SaIe of "factory seconds" of office furniture, desks, tables, chairs, bookcases, file cabinets, cabinet safes and used office furniture. You can also rent It. H. Baum A Son. 616 E. st. n.w. National 9136. DESKS, chairs, safes, flies; cheapest prices In Washington. Special sale factory sec onds. Commercial Office Furniture Co., 430 Bth st. n.w. Met. 7742. DINING ROOM SET (oak), bed room set. rugs, feather bed; cheap; no dealers. 223 Upshur st. 10* DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, 3 sets; one slide rule, 1 roll Imperial tracing cloth. Address Box 329-K. Star office. 11* FIXTURES, entire, for lunch and delicates sen business; cheap for quick sale. Apply . 1611 Irving at. tod floor. * Sometimes Mugambl spoiled him at the hunting, but the black man’s spear and arrows were never so sure of results as the rope and knife, of the ape man. Finally the men shirked their work at every chance they got. All the time the camp had had no sight of Sheets or Akut and the other great apes. Though Tarzan had sometimes met them in the jungle as he hunted, always each went their sepa rate way. SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. (Continued.) FURNlTUßE—Beautiful bed-davenport mo hair suPe, daybed. desks, old chests, mir rors. dressers, vanity, odd pieces, fine rugs. Let us help you buy high-grade goods at low prices. Dawes Furniture & Specialty Co- 2447 18th st. n.w. Adams 7221. Open until 9 pm. FURNITURE—Saturday. JarT 1L sale at Weschler s. 920 Pa. ave. n.w.. Includes com plete suites and desirable odd pieces: Chi nese, Turkish and domestic rugs: "A. C." radio; baby grand, also other pianos, etc. Sale commences 9 a.m. and continues thro ugh ou irtny. FURNITURE Stock of carefully selected high-grade used furniture at bargain prices. Harkey s, 713 Eye st. n.w. GARDEN HOSE. 25 ft.: practically new lawn mower and rake; $7, complete. 1243 10th st. n.w. 12» GAS RANGE, smooth top. with canopy and oven heat control, first-class condition; cost $135: will sell $67.50. 7017 sth st. n.w. Georgia 3877. * OAS RANGES, new and slightly used: aTI sizes: less than half price. Why pay more? fvfry range guaranteed. J. W. Williams, 609 6th st. n.w. National 2986. 11* GAS RANGES, side oven. $10: 3-burner range. $7.50; Rarlantflre gas heater. $7.50: all clean, perfect. Atlantic 1789-W. 10*_ HOT BED SASH, new, J ft by 6 ft. with *3. Complete stock at all 3 branches. HECHINOER CO. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale by own er. high-grade mahogany; Chippendale side board. $75: circular extension dining table. $75: five dining chairs, leather scats, $25 each: chiffonier with mirror, carved. SBS: gentleman’s chifforobe. $75; serving tabic, sls: pedestal. $lO. Answer, giving name, a:ddress. telephone number and pieces de sired. Address Box 251-K. Star office, 12* LATROBEB. coal and gas ranges, rebullts: will install; expert repairing. "The Stove Shop." 306 B s.e. Atlantic 4430. MOTORS, a. c. and d. c- \\ to *« h.p --$5 and $8: health scales. New Washington Salvage Co- Inc- 501 K st. n.w. * OFFICE FURNITURE from V. 8. Govt.- Desks. chairs, file cabinets, tables; everything for your office at great savings. Washington Sal vage Co- office furn. dept- 310 Bth st. n.w. OIL BURNER. Nokol; *IOO includes tank. pump and eight-day clock. Columbia 4769. OIL BURNERB. Nokol. Ballard. Ray; new and used oil burners for sale cheap. Installation Instruction given free with each burner. Preferred Oil Burner Service. 3516 New Hampshire ave. ONE-PIECE CHENILLE RUG. thick-pile, taupe. Imported, practically new. size 12x18 ft.: party moving, rug will not fit new living room. Cost $395. will sacrifice for $l5O. 2737 Devonshlre pi. n.w- Apt. 315. PHONOGRAPH, console, and records; good condition: *lO. Apply 1732 L at. n.e. PIANO BARGAINS—MiIton upright, like new. $146.50' Huntington. In fine condi tion. $160: Midget upright, used 3 months. $185: second-hand pianos from S4O up; one used rrand. $395. fine condition. Sole agent for Kranlch A Bach and Hardman pianos. Grands and uprights for rent. Hugo Worch. 1110 G n.w.: established 1879. PIANOLA. Weber mahogany, and records; cost $1,100; price, SIOO. Call Col. 5827, 6 p.m. 12* PLAYER-PIANO, Pease, entirely rebuilt, with six months’ guarantee. 2111 O st. n.w. Tel. Potomac 2079. RADIO—S-tube Ware neutrodyne. with Ex ide battery and Atwater Kent speaker, com plete with tubes: S2O, Potomac 0781. * RADIOS—AII-electric, complete. 335; nothing J else to buy: hear before you pay more. E L. Rice. Riverside Apt- 2145 C st. n.w, REMOVABLE VESTIBULE with beveled glass door; cost S7O: sell for $25. Write Mrs. H. W. Wile*. 2345 Ashmcad pi. n.w. 11* SEWING MACHINES—Drophead Singer. sls; New Home, sls; Standard. sls: New Ideal. $10: others at $5: all guar. New machines. 13 mo. Renting and repairing. Open evening. S.E Sew. Mch. Shop. 313 Pa. ave. s.e. Lin. 275. SEWING MACHINE, electric, portable; per fect condition: bargain for somebody. Ad dress Box 202-K. Star office. BEWING MACHINES sold, rented, repaired. Bargains In used machines: all guaranteed. 815 7th st n.w. Phone Franklin 6906. STAMPS. U. S. and foreign, packets, sets, albums, catalogs, accessories. Phone Dis trlct 4185. Collins Stamp Shop. 927 15th st. STORE FIXTURES—Show cases, wall cases, counters, shelving, tables, chairs, cash regis ters. iron safes, scales, coffee urns, soda fountains, elec, mixers, partitions and equip ment of every description. Edgar Baum. Inc- 914 E st. n.w. TYPEWRITERS—AII makes at the lowest prices. Rentals Jan. 1 to April 1. special. $7.50. Authorized dealer for Underwood. Remington. Corona and Royal. Highest al lowance for your old machine and easy terms. Unit'd Typewriter & Adding Ma chlne Co- Inc- 1227 N. Y. ave. n.w. 12* TYPEWRITERS and adding machines—Bale or rent—Special rates to students. Limited number of exchanges. Terms. L. C. Smith A Corona Typewriters, Inc- 1016 13th tt. nw. National 0411. TYPEWRITERS—Guaranteed like new: new and used portables; low prices, easy terms. Standard Type. Co- 823 11th n.w. » TYPEWRITERS—American Typewriter Co. All makes of factory rebullts with new-ma chlnc guarantee. Sold from $lO to S2O cheap er. Easy terms. Practically new machines for rent Student rates. Expert repairing done Away from high-rent district. Open evenings 1431 East Capitol st. Lin. 0082. TYPEWRITER RENTAL SERVICE. Georgia 1883. Underwoods and Remingtons. $2.50 mo.: 8 mos. in adv- $6.76; 6 mos- sl2. TYPEWRITERS—Latest Underwood No. 5; and L. C. Smith No. 8: both reasonable. Hyatts. 1567-W. Address Box 249-K, Star office. 12* TYPEWRITERS—Underwoods >-emed. $3 per month; first-class machines only. All maker used, rebullts sold. Capitol Typewr'ter Co -1226 H st. n.w. Nat, 4858. TYPEWRITERS—Fine, guaranteed, rebullts at reasonable prlcea. Nothing sold or rented that Is not good. Washington Typewriter Exchange. 807 13th st. n.w. Franklin 1014. VACUUM CLEANERS—Eureka, Royal. Hoo ver, Premier. Duplex. sls, S2O; like new: guaranteed year; expert repairing; called for. delivered. Rent cleaners, $1.50 day. Vacuum Cleaner Shop. 1404 Girard. Adams 0900. WALL CASE, gents’ furnishings; cost $1,000: sell for low price; owner leaving town. Also register, cost SI,OOO, sell for $250. 414 10th st. n.w. WATER PUMP. Velie Kimls shallow-well electric, and tank with 50 ft. new BXL No. 12 wire, S4O. Cleveland 5403-J. 2412 Ridge rd. n.w. 10* dogsT~pets^etc. POMERANIAN, pedigreed; reasonable. J. 8. Boyer, 809 Silver Spring ave- Silver Spring, Md. 10* POMERANIAN PUPPIES. 6 weeks old. $75 each. Call after 6:30. Miss Odle Sander son. Apt. 410, 3000 Conn. ave. n.w. Adams 9207. 12* BOSTON TERRIERS, pedigreed, lor sale. I 602 O at. s.e. 12* WALKER FOXHOUNDB (hmr); sacrifice. SIOO, 5312 Carolina pi. n.w. 11* SINGING CANARIES, cage*, stands, bird foods, etc- at low prices. Make Atherton’a your pet headquarters. ATHERTON'S PET SHOPS. 612 F St. N.W. 1404 Irving N.W. LIVE STOCK AND CATTLE. WORK HORSES. 3. good. Reasonable prices. Thos. A Jameson. 906 N. Y. ave. Nat. 5526. FARM AND GARDEN. CO'7 AND HORSE MANURE; PRUNING and ::ng; cedars, sod. Landscape Con- ‘ 9 2nd st- Oa. 0247. 12* RADIO SALES AND REPAIRS. ATWATER KENT electric set. with dynamic speaker; model 41, d. c.: SSO. Phone Dist. 8546. Apt. 808. after 6:30 P.m. * WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. ANTIQUES—Bric-a-brac, china and modern furniture of all kinds; If you have first-class furniture do not fall to call Franklin 7150. Harkey’s. 713 Eye at. n.w. I bay everything; I can pay you more than any one In town. ANTIQUES, old gold, silver, diamonds, lew elry bought and sold. Tendler’s Pawn brokers Sales Co- 913 D at. n.w, Fr. 9339. BOOKS BOUOHT. "Bring them in’’ or phone Metropolitan 5415. Pearlman’s Big Book Shop. 933 O St. N.W. Est. 1907. BOOKS—Highest prices paid for libraries and small lots of good books. Phone Met. 8340. Liberty Book Store. 507 F st. n.w. 16* CLOTHING AND FURNITURE—Highest cash prices paid for clothing and furniture. Met ropolltan 9182, CLOTHING, shoes, suits, dresses, children’s clothes, etc., bought. Phone Mrs. Freeman, Adams 4848. 1519 7th st. n.w. * FURNITURE—WouId like to purchase some used furniture and mahogany piano; can pay cash. Phone Metropolitan 3051. 10* FURNITURE—I pay more for miscellaneous household goods, office furniture. 637 La. ave. Nat’l 7030, Oa. 2366 after 6 p.m. 12* FURNITURE, household, office and antiques. ctfWtlW prlce *- Mr Weln % l r9- By EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS fi \ And as matters tended from bad to worse in the castaways' camp upon the east coast of Jungle Is land, another camp came Into being up on the north coast. Here, in a little cove lay a small schooner whose decks had but a few days since run red with the blood of her officers and loyal mem bers of her crew during a mutiny instigated by that arch fiend, Kai Shang the Chinaman, for possession of the schooner’s rich catch of pearls. WANTED —MISCELLANEOUS. (Continued.) FURNITURE—I pay more for store fixtures, household goods, office furniture. 639 La. ave. M. 5529. Adams 1103 after g p.m. FURNITURE of all kinds wanted; best prices paid. Capital Furniture Co- 621 La. ave. n.w- or phone Met. 8459. GOLD, silver, watches, diamonds and old jewelry needed in our manufacturing dept. Full cash value paid. Salinger's. 813 F at. OLD GOLD—Bring you! old vtiC. silver, plat inum. diamond?, also discarded lewrlry: we need them In our manufacturing dent.: will pay highest prices. A Kahn Inc- 935 F St STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, cash reg isters Entire contents bought for cash. Edgar Baum. Inc- 914 E st- n.w. Met. 9744. USE OF FURNITURE for one-room apt. for few months in exchange for storage; best care given; best references. West 1551, Branch 610. between 5-7 p.m. 11* ANYTHINO TO SELL? Phone National 1281 or National 9539. WESCHLERS, 920 PA. AVE. N.W. Household effects, merchandise, stocks, automobiles, etc. Thirty-nine years serving the Washington public. Cash Paid for Diamonds, Old gold, silver, platinum and antique jew elry. LOUIS ABRAHAMS. 711 O n.w. SALE—AUTOMOBILES. BUICK COUPE. 1928; appearance and con dition like new; will demonstrate. Phone North 0347 for demonstration or see at 1126 20th st. n.w. BUICK ’2B SEDANS at special reduced prices. See these cars if you want Buicks. Packard, 1700 Kalorama rd. BUICK 4-DOOR SEDANS, 1929—Practically new cars with low mileage. These cars carry the famous Buick gold seals which means they are guaranteed the same as new. For your benefit they are priced to move. You may trade your old car in on one of these. Easy terms. Emerson & Orme, 17th and M sts. nw. BUICK STANDARD 6 BEDAN, 5-PASS- 1926. *375. New Duco paint: motor and tires excellent. Can be seen at Emerson A Orme, 17th and M sts. n.w, BUICK SPORT TOURING; reflnished and looks like new: 5-day free trial plan; come in today and investigate; you will like this car at $350. Dick Murphy, Inc- 1835 14th st. n.w, Adams 9700. . BUICK BIX SEDAN, 4-door, 1924; *125 cash. 1020 Spring rd. 12* BUICK 1924 SEDAN, 4-cyl.: 4-wheel brakes and In very good condition all the way through; you can't equal the price in town. Dick Murphy. Inc- 1835 14th. Adams 9700. BUICK 1929 SEDAN—Perfect; new-car guar antee: terms, trade; save S6BO. 1929 Whip petconvertible coupe. $290. Potomac 3883. BUICK 1930 SEDAN—Driven 1.700 miles: priced, *1,050: take smalll car in trade. Owner. Franklin 9448. 11* BUICK SPORT TOURING, upholstered in maroon leather; just the car for Spring; *9b. Open evenings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co- 1018 14th st. n.w. BUICK TOURING, standard 6. late 1925; a bargain at *2OO. Mr. Bowsher, 325 sth s.e. Lin. 633-J. • BUICK—I93O standard 4-door sedan, like new. *1.150; 1929 master sport roadster, rumble seal. *875; 1928 sport standard road ster. rumble seat: 6 wire wheels. *725; 1928 standard coupe. 6 wire wheels. *675: all fully guaranteed: terms. See Mr. Barnes, 1729 14th. Open till 9 pm. CADILLAC BEDAN, late 1927. A-l condition ; and appearance: account of death of owner. , 431 7th n.w. Metropolitan 7042. 10* CHANDLER SEDAN, 1926; out of work: sac rifice: No. 1 condition; *125. 618 A st. s.e- Apt. 6. Lincoln 10131. 10’ CHEVROLET—Engine head frozen? Exchange for • good one. *4.50. Engine welded in the car.'*s.so to *8.50. Weldlt Co.. 516 Ist n.w. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1928, excellent condi tion, *285. Terms. Why pay more? See Jim Chelini. Donohoe Motor Co- 215 Pa. ave. s.e. Lin. 0301. CHSVROLET SEDAN, late 1927—The best looking one In town: fully equipped; low mileage; for *250: terms. Triangle Motor Co -2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings. CHEVROLET ROADSTER. 1929—6-cylinder. Looks like new: motor perfect: a real bar gain; *395; terms. Triangle Motor Co- 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. CHEVROLET—I92B coupe. *325; convertible coupe, rumble seat. *350; 1927 coupe. *200; terms. See Mr. Barnes, 1729 14th. Open till 9 p.m. CHEVROLET 1928 4-DOOR SEDAN—In per fect condition throughout; paint and uphol stry In fine shape: fully equipped. Owner will sacrifice for *375: accept *125 cash and monthly payments. 2752 Woodley pi. n.w. Col. 1245 any time. CHEVROLET SEDAN-LANDAU. 1926; a dandy buy at *165; small down payment, balance monthly: your car In trade. Owens Motor Co- 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COACH, 1928; very good eon dition: *375. Call Mr. Murray. Decatur 0730. CHEVROLET COACH. 1926: lots of equip ment. very good condition: only *125: terms: your car in trade. Owens Motor Co- 6323 Georgia eve, CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1928: fully equipped and In perfect condition; only *335; small down payment, balance monthly; your car in tfarfe. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET CABRIOLET. 1929, six-cylin der: fully equipped and in perfect condi tion: *475; liberal terms: your car in trade. Owens Motor Co.. 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1926 First-class con ditlon: 8115. Lady, 1107 13th st. n.w. » CHEVROLET SEDAN. 1928: fully equipped and in wonderful condition; only *335: small down payment, balance monthly; your car In trade. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COUPE, late '27. carefully used, 9.00 C miles: engine, paint, upholstery per fect: to settle estate. 8280. Decatur 1428-J. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1928; only 9.500 miles; motor perfect; appearance and tires good: *290. District 8750. 302 Trans. Bldg. 12* CHEVROLET COACHES. 1928; five to select from; fully equipped and in dandy condi tion: *325: liberal terms. Owens Motor Co., 6323 Ga. ave. CHEVROLET COACH. 1929—G00d mechani cal condition; looks good; price, *415; terms to_suit. Phone Adams 2594. CHEVROLET COUPE. 1928. *375. Looks like new and is as clean as a whistle all the way through. Just the car for a business man. Has new tires, original finish, excellent mo tor and upholstery. Priced to move: terms. Emerson A Orme. 17th and M sts. n.w. CHRYSLER. 1928 MODEL. 62 SEDAN. *550. Duco finish like new: mechanically A-l; excellent rubber, top and upholstery. Let us demonstrate Your car in trade; terms. Emerson A Orme. 17th and M sts. CHRYSLER COACH. 1928—Paint good, tires good; motor A-l; fully equipped. A real bargain. *350: terms. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. I CHRYSLER 1928 COUPE; It's a dandy and you are *ure to like it; we are willing to guarantee It In writing; come in today, see this and compare It with others you have aeen. Dick Murphy. 1835 14th. Adamg 9700. CHRYSLER COACH, late model 82. used only a few months, condition same as new car. price only *595; terms. Open evenings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co., 1016 14th st. j n.w. ! DODGE BUSINESS COUPE: in nice shape, | really ready to run; *l5O cash: no trades ; at this nrice: see it today. Dick Murphy. ■ DODGE SPORT ROADSTER, late 1926. I rumble seat, fully equipped, new tires and [ a real bargain for the unpaid notes of i *127.50. Auto Loan & Sales Co., 908 10th | n.w. *_ DODGE SEDAN in good running condition and a real bargain for *47.50. Auto Loan A Bales Co,. 908 10th n.w. * DODGE. 1928 4-DOOR SEDAN—In splendid condition; a big bargain. *175. Don’t judge this car by the price asked; easy terms If necessary. Call Mr. Hertfurth, Col. 1706; after 6. Col. 1245. ESSEX CHALLENGER SEDAN, late 1929. slightly used; *125 cash, balance In easy payments. Mr. Jameson, Decatur 2959. Evenings after 6. Essex 1926 COACH, excellent condition. This Is a wonderful car for *75. Open eve nings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co., 2819 M st. n w. ESSEX COACHES. 1927 models; choice of 2 of these excellent little cars, *125. Open evenings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co., 2819 M st. n.w. ESSEX COACH. 1930 model; run less than 1.000 miles; new-car guarantee: *575; terms. 1926 coach. (40. See Mr. Barnes, 1729 14th. Open till 9 p.m. ESSEX COACH, late 1926: low mileage; fully equipped and appearance most attractive. Price, *87.50. unpaid notes. Auto Loan A Sales Co., 908 10th n.w. * ESSEX COACH, super 6. 1929 model; very fine condition; *395. This Is a real bargain. Other super 6 models as low as *2OO. Open evenings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co., 1016 14th st. n.w. ESSEX CHALLENGER COUPE, practically new; used short time for demonstration. Price only *598; terms. Open evenings and Sundays. Universal Auto Co., 1018 14th gt. MISCELLANEOUS. SALE—AUTOMOBILES. (Continued.) ESSEX COACH. 1925—1 n A-l condition; tires look new; a good running and good looking car lor $65. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York i ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. FORD TOURING. 1927—And as clean as a whistle. Tires good, motor good; $75: terms. Triangle Motor Co,. 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. FORD TUDOR, late 1929—Here is a car that can't be told from new at ,r used-car price. | 5?75- terms. Triangle Mutor Co.. 2 New i York aye.nw. Open tnnßm and_Sundays. FORD COUPE. 1026—Look s and runs good. $75. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York ave. n.w. _ Onon evenings and a Sundays. FORD COUPE, late model T. excellent con dition: also late model tudor and four-door sedans; cars have practically new tires: choice. SSO. Universal Auto Co., 2819 M ' !}■- n w. FORD COUPE in good running condition, new tires and battery. Price. $48.75. unpaid balance. Auto Loan <fc Sales, 908 10th mw. FORD SPORT ROADSTER. 1929—L0w mflT age. Cannot be told from new. The best oargain in town; $123.50 down. $22 per month includes D. C. tags, insurance and interest: no more to pay. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sun day. FORD TUDOR SEDAN, late 1925; bargain at $75. Call Cleveland 5982. 2505 Wiscon sin ave. n.w. 10* FORD—Engine head frozen? Exchange for a good one, $l5O. Engine welded in the car. $3.50 to $7, Weldlt Co., 518 Ist n.w. _ FORD STANDARD COUPE. 1929—Paint likd new; motor A-l; low mileage; $365: terms. Triangle Motor Co., 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings ar.d Sundays. FORD COUPE. 1925—A-l condition. Tires gooa; for $45. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. FORD ROADSTER, late model T; excellent condition, perfect rubber. 3641 R st. n.w. FORD 1929 TUDOR SEDAN; low mileage; looks like new; $450; terms: guaranteed. See Mr. Barnes. 1729 14th. Open till 9 p.m. HUDSON SPORT SEDAN, custom built, equipped with wire wheels. This car is only a few months old. Owner will sacrifice this wonderful car for $1,075. Cost new $2,150. Open evenings and Sundays. Uni versal Auto Co., 1016 14th st. n.w. HUDSON CUSTOM SEDAN; all new paint, good tires and a genuine bargain: the price is $325, on easy terms. Dick Murphy, Inc., _1835 14th st. n.w, Adams 9700. HUPMOBILE SEDAN. 1930: 6 disc wheels; - custom; driten less than 2.000 miles. Owner . must sell. Call between 6 and 8 p.m. Mr. M. D. Mensh. Col. 3800. 1Q» I JEWETT COACH in excellent running order, , a small Packard sedan and several other low-priced cars. Many buyers do not realize i that our used-car stock is complete and ) that you can buy here on fair terms. Some I cars are only $l5O. Packard, 1700 Kalorama | rd. LINCOLN COUPE, two-passenger, Judkins body, in perfect condition; low mileage; original paint and appearance like new. Without a doubt this is a real Investment for Just the unpaid loan of $675. Terms or trade. Auto Loan & Sales Co., 908 10th n.w. m MARMON 68 ROADSTER, late 1929. A-l eonditioii; low mileage; terms. Phone Geor gia 3384. • ! MARMON SEDAN. 1927. little "8”; perfect '•°'] ( V t ‘°n. will sell cheap. Call North 4580 ! until 5.30, and West 0780, Apt. 703, after j 6 o ciock. Mr. Savage. 10* i «e£ )N !>-PASS. SPORT BROUGHAM; at S2So you will agree it can’t be beat; buv now and save the Winter storage. Dick ! Murnhy. Inc.. 1835 14th. Adams 9700. ! NASH SPECIAL 6 SEDAN, 4-DOOR. 1929. i *?A 8 ’ T £ is tf >e late type with dual ig , nition. Can hardly be told from new; up i holstery without a blemish; excellent motor and rubber. This is real value and It will be to ymir advantage to follow up this ad. One of E. & O. .specials. Call Decatur 3860 for demonstration. Emerson A Orme. 17th and M sts. n.w. NASH 1928 SEDAN; in beautiful condition, with built-in trunk and in every way ready for service: one of Word-of-Honor used cars that you will appreciate. Dick Mur phy. Inc,. 1835 14th st. Adams 9700. NASH COUPE. 1925; good rubber, six months' old paint job. engine in good order; cheap. Apply John Hauber, rear 1618 R. I. ave. Decatur 1257. n* Nash 1929 special 6 convertible Coupe—Rumble seat: run less than 4.000 miles. Equipped with 6 wire wheels, trunk platform and many other extras. Priced right. Your car in trade; terms. Emerson A Orme. 17th and M sts. n.w. OAKLAND COACH; $285. and worth all that and then some. If you have not seen our stock of Word-of-Honor used cars, don’t fail to do so today. Dick Murphy, Inc., 1835 14th. Adams 9700. PACKARD, "the safest place to buy," be cause we value our reputation. Sedans from $l5O up; coupes. $275: touring cars. $375 up. Late models run from $950 to $1,750; many carry our guarantee. Visit our floor at 1700 Kalorama rd. PACKARD 6 SEDAN, five-passenger, late 1928. de luxe equipment: in perfect condi tion; low mileage and appearance most at tractive. Offered to any private party for the unpaid loan of 51,175. Terms or trade. Auto Loan & Sales To,. 908 10th n.w. » PACKARD 6 SEDAN, seven-passenger, late series; privately owned; low mileage: fully I equipped, and appearance proves the very best of care. Offered for the unpaid loan of $675. Terms or trade. Auto Loan & Sales Co.. 908 10th n.w. •_ PACKARD 6 SEDAN, model 3-26; motor, tires,and appearance equal to new. Priced at SSOO for quick sale. Terms and trade. Kendrick dr Shreve. 1700 Conn., ave. n.w. PLYMOUTH COUPE. 1930: car Just a few weeks old. perfect condition; spare tire, bumpers, etc.; SBS down, balance 12 months: leaving city 2440 16th st. n.w.. Apt. 512. Columbia 8841. 10* PLYMOUTH ROADBTER. 1929-Practlcaily new; sacrifice because of hasty departure. H»s h?. sold .Immediately. North 3360. 1712 New Hampshire ave. n.w. y 13« PONTIAC—I 929 landau sedan. $500: 1929 coach. $450; 1928 roadster. $375; terms: guaranteed. See Mr. Barnes, 1729 14th. Open till 9 p.m. . PONTIACS. 1928-29 models, reasonable: easy terms: others In stock: will demonstrate. A. L. Sasser, sales manager. Service Motors, Inc. Shepherd 2520. STAR COACH. six-c.v]inder; run 9.000 miles: upholstery, motor and rubber in excellent condition, naint like new; privately owned: S4o°; terms. Call Mr. Peck. Decatur 1400. before 3 p.m. • STEARNS-KNIGHT SEDAN, 5-passenger, mechanically OK : new overslse cord tires: *J 50 Real Estate Department. 3440 h gt °' L ° an and Trust Co - National WHIPPET COACH, 1929—6-cyllnder. Can’t be told from new: low mileage; fully equlp oh ' h , at S Pretty car for only *485. terms. Triangle Motor Co.. 2 New York ave. n.w. Open evenings and Sundays. WHIPPET 1927 COACH. mechanically~and gMmrum manmt: *200; terms. See Mr ? 1719 14th - Decatur 2394. Open till » p.m. WHIPPET COACH, 4-cyl., 1929; must sacri fice. leaving town. Call at 5621 Bth st. 10« ,LYS ? I ? I SJ rr CONVERTIBLE COUPE. l'nvS' 6«A. *750. This beautiful de luxe coupe has 6 wire wheels, trunk on rear, rumble seat and many other extras. Finish and rubber like new. Motor is A-l. To appreciate the good looks and value of this car one must see It. Don’t overlook this value. Your car in trade. Easy terms. Emerson & Orme, 17th and M sts. n.w. WILLYS-KNiOHT TAXICAB, in good~run~- nins order, with mtter. *150; terms. 722 Bth at. n.e. Lincoln 4022. * AUTOMOBILES by auction at Weschler’s. 920 Pa. ave n.w., every Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. WHY GAMBLE? When you can buy a WALLACE MOTOR CO. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED USED CAR —for the same money that you pay for the ordinal y used car without any guar antee. gooeTcars PROPERLY PRICEDI WALLACE MOTOR CO., 1709 L St. N.W. SALE—AUTOMOBILES. CLEARANCE SALE! Early *27 Buick 7-paseenger sedan, pri vately used, fully equipped, new motor, guaranteed same as new car, $650. Buick 7- passenger sedan, bargain. 6 tires. *290. Buick '27 coupe, rumble seat, new tires, per fect. *550 Jordan sport touring. 4-wheel brakes. *250 Studebaker, 25 brougham, new tires, oertrrt, *790 Studebaker. 25 sport touring *250. Studebaker biff 6. California top. *125. Chandler sedan. '25, *l5O. Over land 6 sedan. sr*s Cadillac 59 sedan. <ISJJ. Nash coach. ’26. *l5O. Chevrolet. 27, roadster. *l5O. Buick master touring. 1150 Buick 4-passeneer coupe, *l5O. Peerless 4- PHtserger sedan. $l5O. National roadster. *75. 2 Ford coupes, late models. *BS and *9O. Stearns-Knitht. 4-passenger sedan. $125. Daniels 8 touring. *9O. Ford. ’26. roadster, pick-up body. *SO. Chevrolet, ’26. touring. *65. Chevrolet, ’26. coupe, new tires, 8125. Plenty others. Terms or trade.^ Robert Herson’s Auto Exchange COUPE BODY, rumble seat.'for 1927' Bale*' perfect; $125. 100 Fla, ave. n.e. 1928 STUDEBAKER DICTATOR. Four-door sedan, mileage 12.000: paint and upholstery like new; excellent engine: reasonable price. Call Shepherd 2546 or Adams 7313 at 7 p.m. poiiankTTservice. OLDS MOBILE—VIKING. We offer the following at prices honestly reduced to make room for the New Oldsmobile just announced. 1929 Oldsmobile Coupe, like new *775 1928 Buick Coupe 700 1928 Oldsmobile Sedan 625 1928 Chevrolet Cabriolet 410 1928 Essex Coach 7 295 1928 Chevrolet Coach 395 1928 Nash Coach 425 1927 Oldsmobile Sport Roadster 345 1927 Oldsmobile Sedan 350 1927 Oldsmobile De Luxe Coach 325 1927 Chevrolet Imoerlal Landau 365 1927 Chevrolet Sedan 345 1927 Chevrolet Cabriolet 310 1927 Pontiac Sport Roedster 325 1927 Wolverine Tudor Brougham 375 , 1926 Studebaker Big Six Sedan 375 : 1926 Buick Sedan 395 1926 Oldsmobile Coach 90 1926 Chevrolet Coupe 150 1926 Ford Coupe 110 1926 Overland Six Coach 125 1924 Elcar Touring 25 1924 Ford Tudor 100 1924 Maxwell Touring 75 1923 Studebaker Sedan 110 Open Evenings and Sundays. POIIANKA SERVICE, 1126 20th St. N.W. NORTH 0347, PRICES READJUSTED FOR 1930 ON ALL BARRY-PATE USED CARS. Buy now while we have an excep tionally good assortment at lowest prices. SEE THESE VALUES AT ONCE. 1928 Chevrolet Coach. 1928 Chevrolet Sedan. 1928 Chevrolet Coupe. 1928 Chevrolet Touring. 1928 Chevrolet Cabriolet. 1927 Chevrolet Coach. 1927 Chevrolet Sedan. 1927 Chevrolet Cabriolet. 1927 Chevrolet Coupe. 1927 Chevrolet Touring. 1927 Chevrolet Roadster. 1926 Chevrolet Sedan. 1926 Chevrolet Landau. 1926 Dodge 4-Door Sedan. 1925 Dodge Coupe, new Duco. 1927 Pontiac 4-Door Sedan. Many Others -to Choose From. EASY TERMS. YOUR CAR IN TRADE. BARRY-PATE~MOTOR CO., 2525 Sherman Ave. N.W. Open Evenings and Sundays. OAKLAND. PONTIAC. L. P. STEUART, INC., 1325 14th St. ANNIVERSARY SALE! GOOD-WILL CARS GUARANTEED. A CAR FOR EVERY POCKETBOOK. PRICES S"^U\-S-H-E-D. Was Now 1927 Packard 4-dr. Sedan.. $950 $Bl5 1924 Packard Coach 550 425 1929 Model A Ford 4-door. 525 495 1929 Pontiac Coupe, 5.000 m. 695 595 1929 Pontiac Coach. 5,000 m. 695 595 1925 Chrysler 70 4-d00r.... 425 295 1928 Pontiac Cabriolet 595 485 1928 Chevrolet 4-d00r...... 450 385 | 1928 Chevrolet Touring 450 295 i 1926 Chrysler 6-cyl. Coupe. 395 315 1928 Essex Coach, 4-w. br.. 495 360 1928 Pontiac Coupe 550 485 1929 Pontiac 4-door, Ist. s.. 625 525 1927 Pontiac Coach 395 315 1929 Pontiac 4-dr., 6 wire w. 925 795 1929 Oakland Rd., 6 wire, 1.000 miles 1,395 1.060 1926 Dodge Sport Tour.... 250 175 1928 Chevrolet Touring.... 3?5 225 1927 Dodge Sedan.... 425 295 1924 Buick 6 4-pass. Coupe. 34j 225 1923 Stearns-Knight 6 Pha. 425 260 1926 Dodge Coupe 350 221 BARGAIN BASEMENT. Was Now , 1926 Ford Coupe $l5O slls ! 1926 Chrysler Sedan 425 225 1925 Flint Touring 225 215 1925 Dodge Coupe 175 98 1927 Chevrolet Coach 275 185 1925 Hudson Coach 225 90 1925 Maxwell 4-pass. Coupe. 125 70 1926 Chevrolet Touring 125 70 1925 Studebaker Spl. 6 Tour. 195 95 1925 Ford Coach 95 55 1924 Buick 4-cyl. Touring.. 150 99 1926 Ford Roadster 125 70 1924 Essex 4-cyl. Sedan 150 85 BEST BUYS“IN TOWN. LAMBERTNHUDSON JANUARY CLEAN-UP. Once in a while you get bar gains like these. Come early and get your choice. Essex Challenger Model, shows very little wear $595 1927 Essex Coach 125 1927 Essex Sedan 195 1928 Chrysler Sedan 495 1929 Hudson Landau 845 1927 Marmon Coach 565 (Compare this price) 1928 Chrysler 62 Coupe 480 1928 Chevrolet Cpe., new rubber. 345 1926 Dodge Sedan 175 1928 Essex Coach 345 Ford Model A Tudor 36ii 1924 Essex C0ach...... 25 1925 Hudson Coach 195 EVERY ONE A REAL VALUE. 60 OTHER BARGAINS. LAMBERTIIUDSON MOTORS CO.. _THS HOUBC OF CONFIDSNCS. 1631 14th St., Cor. R St. N.W. (CraUaaat.Mi.NMt fin.) ' C—5