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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1918.
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POTJJTD.
BINCH OF KEVS On' Conn. ae. Will the
party that lost same call for MRS. WIL
SON, at Times office, and Identify same, to
WANTED SALESMEN
SALESMAN Young man; for
leather goods. Apply TOP
HAM'S, 1219 F st N. W. 1-1
HELP WANTED MALE
AITOMOBILE PAINTERS First-class, who
ran paint: steady emplcymttt; best wares
ACME AUTOTOP CO.. 1I Irtln St. N. W.
iU7.n.a.a.M..o.i
ACTIVE young man, with wheel
and knowledge of city pre
ferred; pleasant, congenial work,
with bright future. Apply, with
references, Business Office,
WashingtonJTimes. 1 -30
ArrOMOBILE MECHAN
ICS Two; experienced
men; highest wages payed.
OAKLAND AUTOMOBILE
AGENCY, II. W. Bun-, 1022
Conn, ave. 30
AUTO MECHANICS At once.
.Good salary. Apply MR.
HALEY,. 1214 V st nw. ap9-tf
AUTO WASHERS Good
pay and eight hours' work.
Apply Chesapeake and Po
tomac Telephone Co., rcrfr
723 3d st. ne. . apl5-tf
AUTOMOBILE CHA5KRK Also loy to work
around garage Apply GISII GARAGE. 171b
and r sts N W mh30-tf
BAKESHOP MAN Good
pay and steadv employ
ment. Apply THE QUEEN
CAFE, 7th and G sts. nw.
129
BARRER At once; I?) guaranteed: also
percentage. VCNDOME HOTEL. Jnl and
Ta ae. 30
BREAD COUNTER One. for nlrht work.
Aoply at onee. IIOLZBERLEINS BAKERY.
1IH ?th st N W lnl
BOTTLE WASHER Good wajrs. AMERI
CAN BOTTLING CO.. Ml La. are N. W.
3
APPRENTICE BOrS-To. to learn taker
baslnen Apply CHA8 SCHNEIDER
BAKINO CO . 41i I at N. W. 1-50
IfESSENOER HOT Por ofHee Apply room
i. at No. tX Twelfth St. N. W apIJ-lf
BOT -Stout eolored; 1 or 17 years, to make
himself rrnerally useful about atore. Ap-
r'y TH 7th St. N W. 1-1
BOY Colored, to run er
rands. GEORGE A. SI-
MONDS & CO., 810 F st. nw.
l-my7
BOTS for switchboard and bellboy work.
UNITED SERVICE CLTJB. 1M0 JOth St. N.
XT SI
BOTS between and II. able to slnr. for
Catholic choir: small monthly fee Call be
tween X and a except Saturday. Director.
Bchola Cantorum, ru a st. l.j
EXCELLENT opportunity for stronr boys to
learn steam and hot-water htlns; buslress.
power pips flttlnc. etc.: good wages paid
while learnlnc Mi Kenola Dalldlnr. Uth
and G sts iy
BOYS 4; to carry Times
Routes in neighborhood of
-Dupont Circle; 2 at 22d and P
sts; 3 at 14th and U sts.; good
salary. Apply in person or
by card to MR. GILL, Circu
lation Department, Washing
ion Times. tf
HELP WANTED MALE
! BOY To work after school
hours. Apply BROXACH,
7th and P sts. N. W. :'0
BOY 15 tear, for Jum.er on nscon Apply
before Sam. morning. PAGE LAUNltltr.
C0J-: tt N V p
nOILRRMAKERS
Apply BRISCOE IKON WORKS.
Uth and Ohio ate.
BUSHELMEN Experienced: aood rn.
steady position Apply J4; llh t N W
20
BUSHELMAN Prmanert position and good
nlar 1IERTZ & MERTZ CO.. V
st. N. W. I-S0
WANTED AT ONCE,
ON HARRY WARDMAN'S
BIG BUILDING
OPERATIONS.
10 CARPENTERS
For inside trimming; 62c
per hour; one year steady
work for good men. Apply
Foreman, 27th and Wood
ley road, one square west
of Conn. ave. 2
CLERKS, Stenographers,
Comptometer O pera tors.
State age, experience, wheth
er married or single, and sal
ary desired. BOX 16, Times
Office. 30
CONDUCTORS AND MOTOR
MEN Wages, 30 cents per
hour for first year up to 35 cents
per hour at end of fourth year.
Credit given former trainmen for
previous service with us. Age 1 9
to 50 years. Permanent employ
ment to men of good character.
Apply 2 p. m THE CAPITAL
TRACTION CO., 36th & M
sts. N. W., Washington, D. C.
CONCRETE WORKERS
500
Or? construction of Navy
and War Department
Buildings, Potomac Park;
$3.85 for 10 hours; FREE
SLEEPING ACCOMMO
DATIONS; COMMIS
SARY. Apply at
TURNER CONSTRUCTION
CO., EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE,
19th and B Sts. N. W.
Washington, D. C. 5
WINDOW CLEANERS and also house clean
ers Apply Office. Hotl Lafayette. 3
WIRELESS
DRAUGHTSMEN WANTED
Ten men n aniM ly Government Jtadlo
Draurhtm&n to Join c!m atartlnff May t.
Work for which there 1 a tremendous de
mand, offerlnc up to IS pr day; course 111
b xlvsyi 2 nlrhu a ek: will take - to
X month to complex Pur full Informa
tion call National Radio School, 14th and U
iti N. W. I'. S. Paring Bank Hid. 50
COLORED HELP wanted
612 mh st. N.
30
W.
GROCERY CLERK Permanent position for
experienced comDotent man. sooa sa'ary
according- to ability and experience, Apply
at CI Ia ave. N V. l-
WANTED Young man to
clerk in paint store, be
tween ages of 17 and 21. Good
opportunity for a bright
voung man. HUGH A.
REILLY' CO., Munscy Bldg.
1-31
CLERICS Good oalary nd permanent por
tion Alfo a.ht writera by tM hour
Guarantee three hours work each day. A.T1y
TlQ'ikeeper. ADAUH EXPR.U33 COMPANY.
GROCERY CLERK Experi
enced; permanent position,
attractive hours; good salary
for right man. State age and
pervious experience. Box 337,
Times Office. 1-29
CHAUFFEURS Two white,
experienced, for delivery
truck. ' Best wages. NA
TIONAL FRUIT CO., 921
Louisiana ave. nw. 1-1
CHAl'FKEL'R for Ilulck car: must know city
well, middle-aged man preferred, vraces SI
to per week Apply to P v. HUTCH
ING3. rooms U and M. Franklin National
Bank Rids;.
SHORT-ORDER COOK.
Experienced.
$18 a Week
12 M. to 12 P. M.
OHIO LUNCH,
804 K St. N. W.
30
BIGGER SALARIES
Are Enjoyed by Persons Who
Qualify as Draftsmen.
through our practical courses fjrrat demand
for our eraduate at f: rfio m mjm
Drafting. !at!ieii.at lei. Desltrn. Individual
Instruction da vr tiiclit Complete course In
I ts I months. School In session all year
Get free book on dralllns promnly. Uiroll
any iinu.
COLUMBIA FCHOOL OF DRAFTINO.
UcLachlen Bidg . Mtb and G sis.
WAGON DRIVERS White fat
once. Apply PENN. OIL CO.,
Rosslyn, Va. 29 J
HELP WANTED MALE
DRIVERS For
Freight Wagons,
Furniture Vans,
Baggage Wagons.
Highest wages and steady
jobs.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.,
920 E St. N. W.
apr24-tf
Dltivnit For laundry route, one no can
operair F-rd. good wages. CHARM
LALXURV. 11(9 Mth St. N. W.
DISHWASHERS.
BUSS BOYS.
POT WASHERS.
$12 a 'Week and Meals.
Experienced.
12 M. to 12 P. M.
OHIO LUNCH,
614 17th St N. W.
30
SEVERAL DISHWASHERS and
buss boys; good salary for re
liable men. Apply General Man
ager WHITE HOUSE LUNCH,
1024 6th st. N. W. 1-2
DISITWASHERS Good pay,
steady position. Apply the
QUEEN CAFE, 7th and G
sts. nw. 1-29
DISHWASHER and kitchen
men; best of wages. Apply
Steward, OCCIDENTAL HO
TEL, 1411 Pa. ave. 1-2
DISHWASHERS-Two colored: rood pay.
NATIONAL CAFE. Cth and Pa. atra )
DISHWASHER Colored;
good salary and board.
POWHATAN HOTEL. 1-31
SAUSAGE HELPERS Experi
enced, at once; good hours;
good pay. Apply JOSEPH
PHILLIPS, 621 B st. N. W. 29
DRIVER for Ford trucks: must bars best
of references; good pay. 3 IHh at. N. W.
Jd.
HOISTING ENGINEER One
familiar with handling a clam
shell bucket Apply foot of 30th
st. N. W. T. G. Herbert 29
FIREMEN Colored. Ameri
can Ice Co., 15th and E N. E.
1
DAT FIREMAN Experienced; ITS a month.
See MR. BRAT. Burlington Hotel. 1110
Vermont ave. N. W. 0
20
HELPERS
IN WASTE
PAPER
FACTORY;
GOOD
PAY,
STEADY
JOBS.
APPLY
458 VA. AVE. S. W.
1-1
WANTED 50 LABORERS
TO WORK NIGHTS.
NEW BUILDING,
723 13TH ST. NW.
45C PER HOUR.
30
WANTED
50 LABORERS.
35c per hour.
Apply
27th and Woodley Rd.
HARRY WARDMAN.
LABORERS
WANTED
STEADY WORK;
35c PER HOUR;
TIME AND
ONE-HALF FOR
OVERTIME.
IRON SHOP,
5 th and V sts. N. E.
29
LABORERS 300.
Report
At llth and Pa. Avc. S. E.
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT
COMPANY.
1-29
Mr.'lUMl 8 IIELPr.R wanted at once
A.ply to MR LITTLE. Wli V at. N. W.
1-3
HELP WANTED MALE.
HELPERS-EXPERIENCED.
BRISCOE IRON WORKS.
Uth and Ohio ava.
1-1
TOl'NG MAN As salesman for auto tires
and accessories, good opportunity to fight
parly. Apply UK llth at. N. W. Phone F.
Wiil. 12
YOUNG MAN White or col
ored: to work around
garage; must have some ex
perience in running nutos and
plinnrrinf' tiros. Annlv FED
ERAL TAXICAB CO., 212
latn st. jn. w. 1
HERE is a good opportunity
for you, if you are a steady
young man with a fairly good
education looking for a per
manent position in which you
mav advance yourself. Apply
BO'X 15, the Times Office.
State in the application how
you can be readied by phone
or otherwise. 1-1
MEN Middle aged; for driv
ers; good salary to start;
rapid promotion if capable;
apply timekeeper, ADAMS
EXPRESS COMPANY, 2d
Eye st. N. E.
Apl-21-tf
YOUNG MEN to work in bank, with experi
ence aa bookkeenera or statement clerks.
BOX . Times office. 30
ICE CREAM MAN Experi
enced, for pastrv pantry.
Good pay, with meals. Ap
ply steward New Ebbitt Hotel.
1-30
COLORED MAN For store
room work. Good pay, with
meals. Apply steward, New
Ebbitt Hotel. 1-30
BUTTER, POULTRY AND
EGG MAN Experienced;
one who is acquainted with
local grocer and butcher
trade; excellent opportunity
for live wire produce man.
MANAGER, 201 7th st. N. W.
29
COLORED MAN Experi
enced; for tmck farm; near
Washington; room and board;
good salary. Apply MR. FEN-
WICK, Proprietor Dewey
Hotel, 1330 L st. N. W. 29
MEN Two good, to work on dairy farm
FRANK THOMAS. Kilter Spring. Md.
Pbons Woods Ids Jl-R. Z
YOUNG MAN with fair abil
ity of a typist, to check
shipments. Applv 3d floor,
1621 L st. N. W. "CHARLES
RUBEL CO. 4
COMPETENT Young Man
as salesman in our Sporting
Goods department. Good po
sition for the right man. Ap
ply to manager, SAKS & Co.
29
COUNTER MAN First class;
and short order cook; oppor
tunity for advancement and
good salary to reliable man. Ap
ply General Manager WHITE
HOUSE LUNCH, 1024 6th st.
N. W. 1-2
HALL MAN Steady position;
good wages. Apply
SOUTH WARDMAN'S
COURT,
1320 Clifton St. N. W. 4
CLOTHING SALESMAN" and
window dresser; good oppor
tunity for tlie right man. GOLD
HEIM'S, 14th st. and New York
avc. 29
SALESMAN- VVI" real estate, adding ma
chine or iiwrlter experience.
COMBS MOTOR CO.,
1100 Conn. Ave. N. W.
1-30
SALESMAN Experienced,
in meat, grocery or vege
table line desiring permanent
position at good salary and
attractive hours. Apply at
622 Pa. ave. nw. 1-29
MAN to work on small farm In Virginia;
room and board and steady job. Inquire
st HH Park mad 1-79
STABLE MEN Two wsnted at one Aj
ply IIOLZDERLEl.V'S BAKJZRY. 1M9 7th
st. K W myl
COLORED MAN
To help wash dishes and wait
on other help in kitchen.
Apply STEWARD, Stone
leigh Court, Conn. Ave. and L
St. N. W. 1-29
HOUHKMKN Colored. ISO per month; perma
nent iNjelllon Apply Otxlce. Hotel Lata,
tie
IIOUSUMAN at NKW VARNUM HOTKL.
New Jerw-v ave. and C sta. tf. E. Apply
to Housekeeper. So
WARM MAV At once. CHARM LAUNDRT.
IlttJ JOth at N. W. 50
TOl'NO MEN'-Two, to work In lunchrocm;
1A l 'Hire ko"1 s3-sr- lift 4, st S W. So
SKVERAL workers in mat
tress faclorv $12 to $15 por
w-ck. CAPITOL liKDDLN'C
CO., 441 G st. nw. 1
WANTED
Bright, intelligent messengers, ,
over 16 years of age. Chance t
for advancement and oppor
tunity to learn newspaper work.
AppK CITY I'OOM,
THE TIMES.
HELP WANTED MALE
PLASTERERS,
HOD-CAERTERS
WANTED.
Best Wages. Steady Work.
Apply
IIARRY WARDMAN,
27th St. .and Woodlcy Ed.
PORTER and Elevator Con
ductor. Hours are good
and so is the pay. Apply to
manager, SAKS & CO. 29
PORTER, DRIVER AND
CLERK. Apply MR. PRICE,
C. D. Kenny Co., 735 7th st
N. W. 30
PORTER
COLORED MAN.
Must give reference.
, Apply Manager
EDMONSTON & CO.,
1334 F st N. W.
ap7-tf
NIGHT WATCHMAN.
One familiar with bollera.
Apply T. O HERBERT.
3CCT K st. 1-3
COLORED PORTER wanted for
warehouse; no night work;
Si 2 per week. People's Drug
Store Warehouse, 712 O st.
N. W. 29
SINOERS Tenor and bass voices for Catho
lic rholr; must be able to read music; 170
monthly; trials any day between I and S.
except Saturday. SCHOLA CVNTORUM.
Choir Director. a:t G at 1
WITHIN the next few week! we shall be
called upon to furnish some high class
stenographers for responsible position; lr you
are out of employment or desire to make a
change call and have a talk with ua. Apply
BC1ENTIFIC VOCATION BUREAU. Room
i. Southern Bldg. aplT-eod-7t .
TINNERS Five: and Bve helpers. Apply
ukaftun & SONS. Room 112 Washington
Loan and Trust Bldg. JO
WANTED Two first-clasa
tinners and cornice work
er, and two helpers. Apply
CANAGA & KENDRICK,
3416MSt.N.W. 29
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS;
WHITE AND COLORED;
$3.08 PER DAY,
APPLY TIMEKEEPER,
ADAMS EXPRESS CO.,
,2d and Eye Sts. N. E.
2d and Eye Sts. N. E. 21 tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE
YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU.
AT no period In tb world's history
has so much depended on woratn
Cerlcal positions hitherto hld
by mrn ar now belrir BUM by thm
Are you riy to answer the calf W
will help you chooce your vocation
without chares or obligation on your
part Call, telephone., or write. It Is
better to call Do It today. Maki
your future afe. Wood's Commercial
School. 311 E. Capitol st. Una 31.
Thirty-third Year.
ALTERATION HANDS Ex
perienced on coats, skirts,
and gowns; good salary and
stead- position. Applv ROB
ERTS, 933 F st. N. W." 1
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO
IMPROVE YOURSELF OR
OBTAIN PERMANENT
EMPLOYMENT.
tVsr conditions have created a biff demand
for competent operators of
BURROUGHS CALCULATING
AND BOOKKEEPING MACHINES
Younc women can complete courses In from
three to twelve weeks and then secure steady
employment at attractive salaries with the
Government, Banks and Commercial Houses.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES.
For information apply to
BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE
COMPANY,
810 Thirteenth St N. W..
Washington, D. C.
LADY CAFHIER at NEW EBBITT BAR.
BER SHOP. Uth and K sta. N W. a
CLERKS vinnjeft. S10 jer eek; hours from
( to I! p. m. HUVLEK'S. !? Uth St. N. V.
SO
CLERKS In confectionery
storo. Apply VELATI'S,
G09J4thst.jiw. 1-2
GROCERY (-I.KRK Experienced permanent
portion, stanlns; salary Si:, excellent op
portunity for alancement. In replatate aire
and previous experience. BOX 33&. Tlmrs
oflc. l-:
CHAMBERM VIIS White. Apply RIL
E1GI1 HOTEL Houfkeeper.atnnnp 1
COOK lno.t aagee. 2704 Porter st. Oeie
Un I I'srk. . 1 S
DISHWASHERS.
$8 a Week and Meals.
OHIO LUNCH,
614 17th St. N. W.
30
DISIIWASIIEKS-Tao, short hours and good
pal. WE (i, st S. W.
DISHWASHERS flood
wages; hoard. Apply HOTEL
DONALD, 1012 13th st. N. W.
1
GIRI. White; to answer the phone and take
car. of the .!Rra: fe n treek to start. Ap
ply Office. :a Tnlon Truit Hide. 1-3
GIRtJ Two eolored. aa bell jclrls; Rood
position with meals, permanent. Apply
THE DONALD HOTEL. 101! Kth St. N.
W. 1-S
YOUNG GIRL To learn
beauty trade: must have
good personality; good future
assured. Annlv 1214 Now
YorkaM'. N. W. 1
GUM-' r.Hrlri.. ! i.. n..ri. ,11 blll-lrv Aj
iiii ti"ai. ri i:i.i.-iiiN. vu. I...- il
W I I
MUSM .:ril :Ii:L fir"ifllce. Apply room
4 t tic :-ih s: n w. arl tf I '
LADY Neat appearing, active,
kin'tt ledge of city, np;l;t fu
ture lor one with integrity. Ap
pl. fitli references, Business '
Ofiicc, Washington Times.
riVr. l.MT li t .s.a- ti t r ..re.
in Sunda and no nigut aoik App "11
7th at. N. W. 1 1 I
HELP WANTED FEMALE
YOUNG LADIES for clerical
positions; pleasant, easy
work. See Mr. Brador, 1401
F st. ap29.myl,3
TOttNO LADT Experienced bookkeeper.
with some knowledge of stenography and
typewriting: good salary. Armlr In own
i handwriting stating experience. Address
BOX M, Times office.
TWO YOUNG LADIES fjr
folding circulars and ad
dressing envelopes. ApiHy 309
Union savings Bank bldg.
29
LADIES for pleasant out-of-door work; not
common canvassing; salary. S3 per day.
Apply Room 102. Stewart Bldg., Ith and D
st. N. W. 1
YOUNG LADIES For cleri
cal work. Apply NATION
AL BISCUIT CO., 336 Ran
dolph place N. E. 1
SALESLADY Must he fami
liar with Singer sewing ma
chine; permanent position
Applv 2926 14th st. N. W.
Phone Col. 170S. 4
SALESLADIES Bright and
of good address. Apply
BECKER'S LEATHER
GOODS CO., 1324-26 F St.
29
SALESLADY Must be fa
miliar with singer sewing
machine; permanent position
and good salary. 2926 14th
st. N. W. 4
STARCHER Experienced.
A pply PAGE LAUNDRY. 30
SOI ItANO and contralto (or church choir.
BOX 4.'. Times offlcs. B
One Head Waitress
6 waitresses; experienced
2 cashiers.
NEW LA FRANCE HOTEL
AND RESTAURANT,
316 9th Sf, N. W. 30
ONE HEAD WAITRESS, 6
waitresses, experienced; 2
cashiers. New La France
Hotel and Restaurant, 316
9th st. nw. 29
WAITRE33-Eaperlenced. MODEL LUNCH.
T3I llth st.
WAITRESSES Experienced;
neat appearance. Wages, $2
per day, including all meals.
Childs Co., 1423 Pa. ave. N. W.
ap 13-30t
WANTED At once. 10 scomsn lo wort: on
fruit table; white preferred; S hour..1 worlt
Good wases. Apply CONN. PIK CO., MM
O St. N. W. 1
WOMAN To do short order work In lunch-
room, irood pay 1166 iV, St. H. -W 1
WOMAN White, general housework, two In
family; rood home, pnone tereiana 7t.
1-3
WOMAN Neat, to nurse a
child 3 years old; good pay.
2651 Woodley rd., or Phone
Ni
cii
North 4604. 1-30
DOMESTIC.
iamreituaid Exserienced: H rooms: ta
Ho Tixht party ua Pa. are. N. w. apis-xr
COOK 3ood; and daucnter as reneral help
er In small apartment house cafe' 2 meals;
references BOX 3tt. Times office. t
COOK Experienced; good
references required. Apply
Apt. 714 2400 16th st mv.
1-30
COOK ami general houseworker: small fam
ily; references. Apply JMJ llth at. N. W.
GIRL for genenil housework;
reliable; family of 3. Apply
1G2., Hobart st. N. AV. Col.
2507. 4
OIRt, Half rmn, to assist with house
work. 730 Vlueliec st. N. w., tol. w-j.
G!R! F.r reneral housework. Call be
tween 9 and :. 1S th est. N. K. 1
GIR1- Neat colore!, to do reneral house
oik. Ji a aeik. at onca. 1151 N st. N W.
GlliL Colored; for general
housoelpanin-j work. Ap
plv .AI1SS STAIR, 1113 Pa.
ave. N. W. 29
WOMAN For general house
work; must have reference;
$25 a month. 1800 Wyoming
ave. 30
HELP WANTED
91 ALE AND FEMALE.
BOOKKEEPERS 3; experi
enced; excellent opportun
ity for advancement tocompe
tent parties; good salary to
start. Address Box 5J, Times
office. 30
CH)K anJ houworkrr: flmall family; ooJ
waxes. XTS3 N -- N. W. KranWln 2iT.
BOOKKEEPER Experi
enced; good position. Call
1022 Connecticut ave. N. W.
II. W. BURR. 30
WANTED White couple, or mother and son
to occupy two basement rouma and hath
fren for protection of bouse; slate references.
llOX I. Times office
PALMISTS or mediums; lone; season: bl
money. Addrese POX 33. Times office a
CLERK in music store. See Mr.
Robinson. 1306 G st. N. W.
13
WHITE BOY OR GIRL,
l- nnvni c ii'DtDUCB
VO UUI1UI.U -lvM I l.iv. i
APPLY MANAGER,
EDMONSTON & CO.. I
1334 F ST. ap7-tf
DUflTfm fp Identification purposes
rnulu' K)c Hnlxhed promrtly I
Brooks, lia F st. N. W. Imh30-I0t
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEJIALK.
Wo Have Available a Number
of Competent
STENOGRAPHERS
AND TYPISTS
Our Employment Department L
Free to Both Employer
and Employe.
L. C SMITH & BROS.
TYPEWRITER CO.
14th and H Sts. N. W.
PHONE MAIN 4IL
apO-tf
MALE.
TOUNO man. dark In Oorarnment. desires
any kind of work after P. m. Col. W-J.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
I WANT to rent a half acre of land for car
pen, rnono west izz-j., j. p. i-n
OLD dirt morer and concrete worker: 1
do work of all kinds; don't fon't your
cardan all m to nlaw It. J. I. Pbona
west aaj-j. uh aa ax. n, v. w
TJTnXJlVOrn cash Prices paid for worn
','x,,",-l'1-,v;,-,- elathlnc. either ladies' or
men a. bend postal or pbons J. takshes,
MM Tth at. N. W.. phona Nth m.
TOP PRICES FOR FURNITURE.
Phona Manx KM Will Call Promptly.
D. NOTES. H La. ava. N. W.
Our Reputation Back of Ertry Transaction.
i-n
"WTTV Throw your clothaa away? Wa pay
" J-J- fancy prices. Ph. rraak. KtJ. Wa
call promptly. "Tendler." lbs tailor, tli Due.
CASH FOR FURNITURE
If you will call far
LOUIS NOTES.
IH E at. N. W.. you will (st the best pries,.
ronifl rrasaiui xvi. txui caii ax your con
venlenca. apS-Wt
WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your
roods to the man who aires the most
money. See HOPWOOD. Ith and K.
WS1 PAVHIrheat prices for cast off
T XJ JTx-i mtn., elothlnr- m D rt. N. W.
jess wiujiin
can't beat me whan It cornea to paytns hlfh
pneaa ror asconci-nana rurnlture.
S. SHERMAN.
11 W. T. Are. M. est 1111 Ith at. W. W.
DESK ROOM or mall prlTtleres wtth sten-
esranner aamca and chona. bujl u. Tunaa
ofnee. znhU-tf
CASH prices paid for old clothes and shoes.
8. WLADOVSKT. ITU tth at. N. W. Pbona
North (40. tf
WE BUT all kinds of scrap Iron, metals, and
old machinery) Don't sell till you consult
ua. penn junk co.. ph. w nu. myl
WANTED JUNK Such aa metala. ra.
urea, old rurnlture. Drop card to
8. WALL.
!M L It. N. W.
J. LEVIN PATS
lutS7
For men'a second-hand suits.
Phona or drop card. 101 ii st.
s. w. xTaniuin zriz.
SELL US YOUR JUNK
F. K&-CHICAOO JUNK CO.. IU-17 K nw.
myia
WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc.
f nona ax. iza ror wxroo. or naya ua cmiu
"WESCHLER." K) Pa. are. N. W.
OLD COLD ASU SILVER
JEWELRT OLD OOLD-DLUfONDOL
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID.
False Teeth. Platinum,
O. ALPHER.
07 a st. rh.il. 37s. jot a st.
Ask -or UR. ARNOT.
i fiDCM7 jew:lrt ca. m. aa.
UUIM.M1, RIIV t Ith st. n. w.
cold, silver J?u nnunNn?
PLATINUM. JEWELRT. mmiiniwx
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
NO. 10 REMINGTON risible typewriter for
sale. In perfect order, 15 to quick Buyer.
A. GORDON. Rlverdale. Md.
OAK BUREAU, waehatand. I chain. Uble.
rocker, iron bed, walnut hallrack; between
U and U p. m. WJ llth at. N. W., Monday.
Bookstore. 2
PREENT WAR ON BUGS BT USING
Hunter's Bus; Exterminator: Quart bottle.
So cents; known ererywhere; will not stain
bed clothea or wallpaper; guarameed to do
the work or money returned. Huntera Floor
OH wilt oil and aula your Boor; learea a
polish finish; ne callon. Phone Franklin Mil,
111 Pa. are. N, W. Drop poaul. 10
BICTCLE Cheap. (U O at. N. W. Phona
Main ;u. a
WOOD
For fust; box wood, II M par load, del Ire red
to door. Supply now for winter. Pbona
Main loot 1-apiT-tOt
OAK BEDSTEAD. 11; dlnlnr room table.
17. all Unlrarslty plaoa N. W uttt
Ua COLORADO AVE. belnr sold: contents
must be promptly disposed of; from 8tlef
player-piano to lawn roller, lndudlnc furni
ture, rues, carpeta. etc. No dealers. la
INDIAN BASKETS. Autorraph Letters,
Colonial Portraits and Pewter; Old Prints,
Spanish Mantillas bought and sold. 1IEIT
MULLER ART CO, 1207 llth St. N W.
apl4-Mt
WOOD FOR SALE
Will dellrsr wood aawad any lsnrth at your
door far lit par cord. Tola wood la mixed
with oak, pine, hickory and walnut. Pbons
Franklin 1TM-J: mht-W
A LARQE LOT Or UNGLAZED WINDOW
SASH, 10o each; 1 earloada purchased at a
recetrera sale. These are absolutely new and
Brst-arada, suitable for tncloslns porches,
maklns; screens. Ae.
BATHTUBS AND BTJILDINO MATERIALS
Brick, sheathlnr. Cooiine;. sash, doors,
porcelain laratorles. Iron safes. BIDNET
HECHLVOER HOUSE WRECKING CO.. llth
and C sts N W mhU-tf
OLD FASHIONED HERB REMEDY; Super
Sanor Blood Purlnsr: reculatea tha entire
system; enriches and strengthens tha blood,
thereby eradicating all skin diseases. Treat
ments for yarloua allmenta. M. A. LOUIS
BON HERB SPECIALISTS, m O at. N. W.
MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS
8TIEF PLATER-PIANO In good order, cost
17E0. mica. Including a large quantity of
music 130; ownsr leaylng city. 64M Colorado
are i-a
CHICKERINO BABT GRAND.
LEFT ON SALE
OR WILL RENT TO RELIABLE PASTT.
Call at ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO..
13th and G sta. N. Vf.
aplT-JCt
CHICKERINO upright: exoellent condition;
cort IXtt: for quick sale. tZ. ELLIS & AR
NOLD. Auctioneers. 1 G st N. W. rahlO
TVPEWniTEIW
REMINGTON No. 19 Visible, latest model;
Una condition; low price. Drafted. BOX
51 Times office. a
OIJVER New No. : with metal case, .
BOX S3. Times ofnee. 1
EXCELLENT TYPEWRITER
FOR RENT.
Engage a machine now or call
and see them.
136 East Carltol st. Lincoln Hi.
ap26-i0t
HOltSKS AND CAUIIIACES
BVSIN'ESS WAGONS Tao good; one spring,
one platform. Apply 711 tth st. N. W. 1-1
TWO-HORSE TRl'CK-Fourton; perfect or
der: two sore niare. tn-o dellrery wagons;
two sets han two Daytons; two run
abouts. J. J. lll-RPHT. . Ith at. N. W.
apa-XK
WORK IIORS-E Vln large. ? jears old";
cheap .J SI'HITOV .! V W 10
INK llEAVT WAVN Re.ly s.iltable for Ice
nacon. lldLZBHRLEIN'S lUlvllRT. 1I9
tth st. N W. myl
REVI1N Ilf'R'JES and maree sn.l eeren de-
llicri ivacons. Rear WJ Pa. ae- N w
mtu-:-3It
10 SETS second-hand single and itouMe team.
nuRgy. surrey an.l plow lunwne ruling sad
dies and bridles. :f0 collars all kinds, cheep.
Cog.T! ell's ro llth. cor. C N. WIri
AircTiorrsAtES
OVKIt IS HOI'.SKH and mules sold here every
Faturda . private sales dally, vtatcb for our
bl; announcement Friday.
UcUENRr BROS.. UJ Uth st. N. W. ,
mhU-M '
FOR RENT ROOMS
FTjnXISIIED.
M ST. .V. W. MU-Larre. newly rtrabJted
room, porch; next to tall); on car lfha, er
rnnir.nl.eff ff ... .. --.
niyV MoV, w. Ur """" """?-
ISTII ST. N. W, 1117-FurnUoedreon., jiajt
to bath. IK. Jf
N ST. N. w Iiil-A wrll-fornlaatd, Una
rour-wUkjon- ruom suitable for ;. M tor
one. 13; nut to bath, lltoae. rranxJla Ha.
a
NORTH CAPITOL ST, UW-NIrs- back room
with a porch, to one'yvuns; lady. Phone
North 2JJ-W.
MONROE ST. K. W Mtt-On larf south-
rTt fThrMail tAn. l.ul lls.a fe. a
-- ..swih av.ni.,, ciVmilU llIV, UQl. S
col4 wtr: .iultbU fer z jentlemtn, M;
alo one iln It tor oo f enUeaixn, aU
MARTLAND AVS. N. K.. KS-LariTY oat
, - i j ' 9
O ST. N. W J-S Lr rooau ecood Coor;
alttasK1aa -. . .
""" or two; cflAvai, iw
DE8IRADLE ROOM, rood utl t-cird. i'.
sonable. phone Unc. CT. 1
BIGGS ST N. W in-tnaxial!y UriiT-ir.
nlshed room, suitable l aeolh-tneo with
board; neer Itumai t,-a. b.i,i.. .i.cu.
CoTDept N. U7. J
CHURCH ST. lTK-One larre- front room.
w. tiMwtuN, tor scnuexnen. emx. arnona
North KM. i
WEST i;u-Two beautlfullr furnished rooms
for centlemen. N. H.. suburban home, M
minutes to Treasury; otir Dona. Call After
l o'clock. ga
WYOMING AV-ETTsoO-Two
beautifully furnished Bay
window front rooms, b'est resi
dential section, near twa car
lines. Gentlemen preferred.
Ph. North 398. ; 4
FIR3T-CLAS3 ACCOMMODATIONS to Brt
rata family In best raaMeatlar aectlcrx, witH
breakfast aad dinner aerred; for ftntitaien
only: all conrenlences; tarn, cool rnotoa and
prtrate bath. Call between I and p. m
North tut, x
X MOST DESIRABLE furnished room; t
Uemaa: 112 month. BOX O. Times olflca.
-a
NICE LARQE room far two younc men
wiiilm to sleep torsiher; modern ally
home, electric llthta. larta porehes: room
and two meals I; week each. Phone Nona
"UL , 1-J
I. ST. N. E.. 0-Nlcely furnished.-rcoaC
Phona prlrllete. Line. 1. LI
TH ST. N. E . es Roera and board far
yoonr gtrlar Vper mentn. Its
llth ST. N. W W, APART. IL Two, nicely
furnished rooms: near bath! reasonable
price. a
X ft at. ISO Nicely furnished sown with
priraxa ramiiy. xor rwo taaiea or man ana
wife.
Ind ST. N. W 1C Two Ursa rooma. heat.
aa. pain; i. n. n. a
C 8T. 8. E., 1SII rrtmt roota; rtrata fajaljy ;
eitner two uuuea or zsarnea connie- reaann
able. " V 30
Uth ST. N. W.. ZTOS-Nlcely tarnished room.
smiaoie ror sntiemen. uait cot, xtw. a
COLUMBIA ROAD. 13 Furnished room;
second noor; near bath: for (entluaaa only;
xa. l. aaai. 9
EIOHTEENTH AND LAMONT. S, E. COR i
una square rrc i Jit. Pleasant car; tan-a
floor, bay window, front room, twin beds;
cbarmlnc hath; twa men praf erred; by Mar
1st. Col un. a
H ST., N. E., 1336Nicdly
inrnished front room, with
piano, electric lights, hot
water heat; also two large
rooms for light housekeeping;
all conveniences; table board
if desired. Phone Line. 3261.
4
TWENTT-FOURTH ST. N. W B&-ax4 '
aire, newly papered front roam: large
etoeat: prtrate home; hams prltllegts; salt
able for two;jau
OOOd'hOPE ROAD R E.. lS-Two large
bright noma, suitable for I. h. k., bedroom
completely furnished: price 13.
QUE ST. N. W 107 Large, nlcaly for-
nlehed front room; conTcnlent to all car
lines: at reasonable rental. la
TJ ST. N. W.. uoo-Large. airy, and desirable
room, with bathe situated on car Una: 13
per month unfurnished, or M0 furnished, a
VALLET PLACE. 1C7 Furnished' front
room: t men or 3 women; will furnish
breakfast and Sunday meals, walking dis
tance of Nary Tard. Phone rrn-rtn sios-j
l-O
THERE'S always room at the
Turkish Bath. Most comfort
able appointments; thorough
service. Never closed. RIGGS
BATHS, 15th & G. Opposite
U. S. Treasury. mh28-90t
llth ST. N. W . an An ideal room for two
or three army officers. Call before ln.ro.
D ST. N. E Jtt-Nlcely furnished hall
room, good location, on the car line; H a
month; gentlemen only. a
PARK RD., NEAR Uth ST. Beautiful dou
ble front mom, twin beds, electric lights,
telephone; HO rer week; referencea reQUlred.
Call Columbia M3. a
NICELY furnished room in
a well-kept modern house.
Hot-water heat. $15 single,
$25 double. 38 Rhode Island
ave. ne. 29
7th ST. 8. E.. ai Oua furnished front room
adjoining bath. .a
Ith ST. N. W. lie-Neatly furnished small
front room, suitable for a gentleman. CM
week: also room far j. n. k., w per wee.
C ST. S. E., HI Large front beautifully fur
nished, tor gentleman; heat and gas. una.
EM. apl-tl
FOURTEENTH ST. N. W.. 330 Welt -furnished,
bright, airy rooms. 1-3
PA. AVE. N. W., 2512 One
large room, double bed; all
conveniences; private family; no
other roomers. West 2157. 29
THIRTEENTH ST N W.. STS-Large front
room, newly furnished, electric lights, not
water, private bath, ujo of telephone; for
one or more gentlemen . only pefple. eon
nected with war work need apply, near
Arcade. t-a
EIGHTH ST. N W.. ISO-Newly papered and
furnished third floor room for one oc two
ladles. Catholics prelerredJi I-a
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1911 Fur
nished rooms for rent; gentle
men only. 29
COL. RD . Ufa Attractive room for twe
army or naal officers: southern exposure,
on Mt. P!eua it car line. Phono Col SS5S. t
PARK ROAD 2t-Large comfortable room
overlooking R.k Creek Park, oott beauti
ful tM..-trlnn end reflned nrtrate home, all
conveniences, breakfast and dlrrera If de-
slnc. gentUTcen only, pnone lowmois a.i,.
i:th 5t7 W . t4 Two larse corr.municat.
Ins rnotn. and alcove with 3 double beds;
well furnlsbed tir all Government bulld-
Ire Pbn. tnaAlineW Ciyl
ntli irF N W i Rnorne for rent: net and
cold water, gaa and electric tlghta, phone
rrank'li H nTt
A DESIRABLE furnished front
room for one or two gentle
men, in private family. Phone
Col. 62S7: 29
w ith mt iTiinvr imiard
I'VI
' .ia.'ua li Rl One or two
i -i - ,. i. wen or wttnout
r ... -u iu ticu.a-.uucrlcan family Phone
Col. Uti, a
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