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THE WASHINGTON TUXES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER G. 1018.
17
LOST AND FOUND
LOST S62.18 Monday on
street. Money was in cotton
change bag. Loser cannot af
ford loss. Reward if returned
to 203 7th st. N. W. Phone
Main 1060. 8
HOIIM. Mra;rd from our stable. 0 Pat
terson st N E Reward if returned to
J MAURT DOG COMPANT at aboe
address Des-nption- Color, black. welKht.
1.250 pounde while star on forehead. riEht
hind foot while, number stamped on left
front hoof. I: 6
IIULILE imlNDI.r. HULL Mother of
small puppies, reward If returned to
1333 Md ave N K !
HAG leather, between I'nlon station and
IGth at . Friday at 9 p m . containing
hoes, toilet, and baby articles, etc. Re
ward, phone North Sett, or call at 1133
10th st N W. rj
rciCSE Contalnlnc 24, car tickets and
operator's card, between 48 O st and
Union Station Return to 43 O st. S. W.
1-6
LOCKET Gold, with diamond
on one side and monogram
on other; lost on Seventh and
Florida ave. car between 8th
and B sts. N. E., 7th and FldYida
ave. N. W. Reward!? returned
to SINGER SEWING MACHINE
CO., 1630 14th st. N. W. 1-7
SOCIETY BADGE, anchor set with pearls
and sapphires, white shield with two Greek
letters 'Reward to tinder Return to
HOTEL CAIRO. Room S2J. f
BRIEF CASE On Ilth St.: owner's name
Inside, Reward, phone Columbia 7400,
Br II !
NECKPIECE Mink, on Thursday, between
12 and 1.30 p m . In downtown section.
Reward If returned to Mrs. G T. STEW
ART. 1J0 irth st N. E. l-
1I200CH Gold, set with diamond, on Sat
urday. Sept. 18 Reward. C B. BROWN.
14SS Irving st N W , apt. 4. !
BOSTON TOY TERRIER Brindle. wearlnc
narrow red leather collar and District
1918 license tac. handsome reward on re
turn to Captain U. Apartment 303, 173S
17th st N W Phone .North 7961.
"WANTED AGENTS
Cu.OO daily distributing prize patriotic pic
tures, "Liberty and Peace." "True Sons
of rreedom." "Human Liberty Bell." "Mc
lory Honor Roll," great excitement, de
mand enormous, samples free, also por
trait catalogue, CONSOLIDATED POR
TRAIT CO . 1"33 W Adams st . Chicago, t
AGENTS 100 per cent prpoflt: wonderful
little article, something new: sells like
wildfire carry right In pocket, write at
once for free sample ALBERT MILLS,
general manager. (12 Srd St.. Cincinnati. O.
. HELPWANTED MALLT
AUTOMOBILE
and helpers,
st. N. V.
MECHANICS
Rear 1420 K
6
AUTOMOBILE .MECHANICS At once:
good wages NORTHEAST SERVICE
GARAGE. 143C H st N E. 11
AUTOMOBILE mechanic and
helper wanted. 1341 R st
AITOMOBILE WASHERS wanted: two.
Appls 1430 E at N. W. 1"
A SPLENDID POSITION
can be secured if you will state your
rualiHcatlor.s In a Want Ad under Situ
ations Wanted in The Times. Phona your
ad. Main 1260. Bill wilt be sent,
sep-37-tf
BLACKSMITH- Good, for wagon work:
good wages and steady work Apply
THOMAS JERVIS. 17 N st- N. E. J"
BI.ACRSMITHS Tso: helpers, strong
men. permanent, best wages Apply
CLNTRAL AUTO WORKS, rear 4431 St.
N W 7
SCHOOL BOYS Over 16
years of age; for healthy
outdoor work; can make good
money after school hours.
See MR. EGAN, Employment
Bureau, basement, 1311 G st
N. W. 7
BOY 13 or orr. to do trratidtv. run mime
ipraph. tlectric), clip and paate news
paper extracts. light ork: rood pay.
BKI.GtAN OFFICIAL INFORMATION
FERVTCE. I51Z II st IV W J--
BOY Colored, or man. to work aroaad
BOYS
16 TO 18 YEARS
for desirable office positions
with large corporation; good
salary, eight-hour day.
Apply MR. ALBRIGHT,
64 New Commercial
Bank Building,
14th and G sts.
14
OFFICE BOY with wheel; oeeaslonal er
rands Room 107. 41S tth St. 1-6
BOT6 Good bright (white) to work In
the marking and assorting room, nice
work good pay while learning, opportunity
for advancement
FBAZEK-POTt MAC LAUNDRY CO.
Hth and D sis X W 1-3-
BOYS to carry routes in the
southeast. Apply by card,
Grculafion Dept "The TIMES.
sell-tf
BOYS AND YOUNG MEN
Colored, will, whet I a. aa DNJcottix
Ga&ruited
$12 to S18 WEEKLY
tnd commission; also public or high seboal
students. evenln. V weekly. Apply 717 llts
, -- VT mhU-eod-tf
BUS BOY No Sunday work.
DLLIN'S LUNCH. 708 13th
t N. W. 7
Hoy Colorrd, In vtnh dl-lie, Z5, room
and board T17I0thTBt.N W !-
HOV for hall and rleiator. Apply 1IOTKI
I)GAN. Iowa, t'irclf 1-7
BOYS To carry Times
routes, in vicinity of Du
pont Circle and 14th and U
ets.; good salary. Applv to
MB- LESER, Circulation De
partment Phone M. 5260 or
by card. an 13-tf
DOT -Color rd. prrmanrnt pot.lt Ion; cood
alary chance for adiancement SOS
Vermont avf S
BUS BOYS No Sunday work.
DULIN'S LUNCH, 708 13th
t . W. 7
COLORED BOY 15 or 16
ean, to work -n drug store.
McCHESNEY & JOACHIN,
becond and Maryland ave. N. E.
7
KELP WANTED MALE
BUSS BOYS White; wages
Sl5 week of 6 days; in
cluding meals. Apply
CHILDS CO., 1423 Pa.
ave. 1-8
MESSENGER BOY. 10 or IT years
CRANE PRINT. 813 13th St.
BOY Colored, to assist table in evening.
13(0 Harvard St.
ERRAND BOY with or without bicycle.
Apply SISH ;th st. N. W. 6
WANTED
OFFICE BOY
FOR
ADVERTISING
DEPARTMENT
Good chance to learn the
advertising business. Hours,
9 a. m. to 6 p. m., one hour
for lunch. $6 per week to
start. Apply to
MR. GEM MILL.
COPY DEPARTMENT.
BOO I BLACK BOYS Colored. Coo" par.
good tips, good hours. Union Station.,
west end.
BOTTLE WASHER Apply Walker Gor
don Laboratory, lilt 13lh at. N.W. 1-11
BUSHELMAN wanted. J. C.
WINEMAN AND C0
1302 F st N. W. 8
BUNDLE wrapper. Apply The
Young Men's Shop, 1319 F
st. N. W. 1-6
CARPENTERS WANTED
Thirty; reinforced concrete;
75c per hour, 10-hour dav; 7
day week. Applv FAIRBAULT
BLDG. CORPORATION, 14th
and D sts. S. W. .6
r
CARPENTERS
AND'
LABORERS
FOR .
GOVERNMENT
CANTONMENT
CONSTRUCTION
AT CAMP LEACH,
American University.
Meet truck every morning
at 6:45 o'clock at 6th and
B streets N. W., or apply
WELLER CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY, INC,
S16 14th st. N. W. 11
CARPENTERS Twenty good;
long inside job; plenty of
overtime. Apply WARREN
AOORE CO., 4th st. gate Navy
Yard. 7
CIGAR CLERK Good salarv
and hours; reply confidential.
Address BOX 421, Times office.
COATMAKERS
Two. inid military and civilian work,
T E. GILBERT. HIS F t N W 6
ONE CONFECTIONER and
helper. G. G. CORNWELL,
1415 H st. N. W. 1-7
CU.MKITJt; noHhKK Hlrhest ware
paid, good long Job WARREN- MOORE
CO, 4th at gate Washington Navy Yard
I
I COLORED MIORT ORDER COOK late
evenings, best wages, good hours. Apply
iosmos i-iinrn, ?? t a. ave. w 1-.'
SHORT ORDER COOK Good
wages. Applv INTERSTATE
LUNCH, 205 7th st. N.W.
COOK Good wage-...
1706 Pa. ave N W
CEJ.TURT J.UJ.CH,
1-t
COOKS S25 per week up.
Apply VICTORY LUNCH,
1724 Pa. ave. N. W. 1-9
COOKS Three white or colored.. LA
FRANCE HOTEL RESTAURANT. Hi
3th st N W. !.
COOK Ten hours per dav.
MODEL LUNCH, 737 8th
st. S. E. 7
COOK Colored;
work, at once
st. N W
SZS m week for night
I'AIUS L,U:IJ11. 9. 1 14111
I
CIlAirFFEl'R For hacking car. with Iden
tiricatlon card and references. 7 17th
St. N W K ,357 5
CHAUFFEURS White, for
Ford taxicabs; good workers
can earn from S30 to S40 per
week. Apply AMERICAN TAX
ICAB CO., INC, 1319 L st.
N. W. 7
CIMrFFEFR Careful white; with Identi
fication card, for taxi, nod wages. THE
nr.IOIITON" TAXICAR CO.. The Ilrlghton
Hotel sul-JCt
DRIVERS and helpers for
furniture van and baggage
wagon. Apply 1226 H st
N. W. 1-9
DRIVERS, married, white,
with experience, for cars.
Applv GEO. J. MUELLER,
336 Pa. ave. N. W. 6
DENTIST IJrensed in D. C. and hatinn
deferred elsaelncatlon HOX 1:9. Times
EXPERIENCED examiner on
pants; Government work.
909 E st N. W., 4th floor. 1-9
KMITXEEB While. H-honr dav; salary
li:t per month Applv THE HIGH
LANDS, Conn. ave. and California at. t
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
DRIVEK For Ford truck; utier. hoars and
sjood waffes. Apply 600 E st N. W l-
DISHWASHER Reliable;
white; also bussboy and. short
order cook; good pay and op
portunity of advancement for
tright young men. No Sunday
work. Apply General Manager,
WHITE HOUSE LUNCH,
1024 6th st N. W.
auiS-30t
BR A DRAFTSMAN Excellent salaries;
permanent employment: tremendous do.
fnand. men and women: Intensive training
In draltlng. Individual Instruction during
your spare time in cur night or day
classes. We help you secure position; our
graduates filling positions as draftsmen
and chief draftsmen with Government and
private concerns. Call, write, or psons
for our catalogue. Enroll NOW. COLUM
BIA SCHOOL OP DRAFTING. Ilth and
T sts. N. W phona North 373. sltl
FINISHERS for office furniture;
good salary and hours. See
Mr. H. M. LAWRENSON, Ship
ping Clerk, 1218-20 F st. N.W.
FIREMAN Day and night fire
men; good "salary. Apply
Manager Norlhbrook Court,
16th and Newton sts. N. W. 7
Fl'RNACE MN to taie-for furnaces morn.
Ings and nights I?o Que st. 1-1'
HELPERS in delivery depart
ment; good salarv and hours.
See Mr. H. M. LA'WRENSON,
Shipping Clerk, 1218.20 F st.
N. W. 7
HELPERS on furniture van
(colored); three good men:
good hours, pay and tips;
steady work for right men.
Applv at once, 418-420 10th
st. N.' W. 8
WANTED LABORERS
45c PER HOUR
Fteady work, rain or shine; Rrookland or
Soldiers' Home car WJI. II. H. SOMER
VIUL.E. Terra Cutis. I 43. 7
ESSENTIAL WORK
Laborers and Mechanics
to Fabricate Steel
for U. S. Government BIdgs.
Apply BARBER & ROSS,
5th & V Sts. N. E.
MEN Several; young: to learn
dairy lunch business; oppor
tunity for rapid advancement to
reliable, courteous young men.
No Sunday work. Apply Gen
eral Manager,
WHITE HOUSE LUNCH.
1024 6th st N. W.
e.u2S-30t
CAR rrpalr men. car rl-snert, laborer,
white and colored, firit-tlsss holler me
chant c. Rrst-claea bntlermaker helpers,
time and half for overtime. Apply ROOM
SOS. Union Station. l-
LOCOMOTIVE ' Machinist,
Boilermakers, Car Repair
men, Brakcmen, Car Clean
ers, white and colored laboF
ers. Apply ROOM SOS Union
Station. 9
MEN For full or part time
work, as messengers; can
earn $J.oU D-hour day or
night; light, healthful out
door, permanent work; con
venient dav or nicrht hours
lor those employed elsewhere.
Apply WESTERN UNION
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
Basement, 1311 G st. N. W.
M. EGAN. 7
IN the wholesale department
of an established firm there
is a permanent position with
an excellent future open for
an ambitious young man, 1G
or 17 years of age; the appli
cant must have a grammar
education and be anxious to
learn. Address BOX 71.
Times office. 6
MAV White, to drlie Irurk and drllvrr
milk, stesdy pcsltlon renentisl worfc
ppIt walkkr ;or:io.v i.Aiion
TORV. lilt lth st N W i-ii
TOlG 3IAN to work erenlncs from (lt
I on soda fountain, steady work and
adrancement. BOX 416. Times office.
MEN WANTED
to work in warehouse; good
wages; short hours; good chance
for promotion. Apply CHESA
PEAKE & POTOMAC TELE
PHONE CO., rear 77 You st
N. W. 1-1 1
TIorSEMA' Apply CATITOL PARK HO-
7GU 11
HELP WANTED MALE
MAX Experienced as traveling salesman
preferred guaranteed Income 3300 to
3300 monthly, must have 1300 to nnanco
proposition, give address for Interview.
DON. 411. Times offlce.
MEN To learn the most essen
tial industry at the present
time; schools are now being
formed to teach the various
branches ok. shipbuilding. Ap
ply to the Virginia Shipbuilding
Corporation's representative at
the United States Employment
Service, 1410 Pa. ave., Wash
ington, D. C 1-1 7tf
COLORED MEN
AS PORTER'S.
Good salary and steady
positions.
W. B. MOSES,
1 1 th "and F sts. N. W.
1-9
MAX for gasoline and auto aceessorlea.
Apply 1H D st. N E.. Monday. $
MEN" For gasolene filling stations. PENN
OIL CO.. Rosslyn. Va 1-lt
HOUSE-MAX flood pay; permanent. Ap
ply HOUSEKEEPER. Army and Navy
Club. 1-7
MEN; two, young, to work
in lunch room; good wages,
steady job. MONUMENTAL
LUNCH E00M, 204 7th st,
S. W. 6
SEVERAL BRIGHT.
AGGRESSIVE MEN
WANTED TO
ACT AS ROUTE
MANAGERS
IN COLLECTIONS
DEPARTMENT;
ALSO MEN
TO ACT AS
ASSISTANTS.
FOR PARTICULARS
APPLY TO
MR. McGEHEE,
WASHINGTON TIMES.
tf
tiAN Usetul, tor private- resi
dence; references required.
Applv 1626 K st. N. W. 7
TVAN-TKTl
Automobile mechanics.
Helpers, car washers.
Bicycle repair ttan.
Good wares, short hours, and splendid
worktnr; conditions Applv Mr. P. S.
cniSMOMD. cap. Telephone Co.. rear
1: Ird st. N. E. seJt.tf
MEN wanted; intelligent young
men 18 to 20 years of age
to learn telephone work; good
wages and chance for promo
tion. Apply Telephone Co.
repair shop, rear 77 U st. N.W.
auJ.o-tf
MKN Three; to s cara at Colon flatten
and coach yards Apply 9th and Evart
St N E. or call un North 1972.
MEN Car repair, rr cleaners, laborers,
white and colored, flrst-rlaas machinist;
first-class bollermaker helpers; tlms and
half for overtime. Apply ROOM 309.
Union Station. 1.11
IF YOU ARE NOT
SATISFIED
with your present work. th TCaahtnc
ton Hallway and Klectnc Company haa
openings for 1nipertenrrd men In It
car nhnps and car houses.
GOOD WAGES
GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS.
Opportunity to learn tho street rail
way tuilnesa
Apply 2411 P St. N. W.
PANTRYMW Good pay and
meals. Apply Timekeeper.
NFW WILLARD HOTEL. 6
IVII, h Kit VICE rilOTOS ftrr examination
made wnllo you wait, poital carda. pur
trait and commercial work.
.UETI.OPOI.1TAN STUDIOS.
417 Ta. ave N. W and 311 P. ate N. W
PHARMACIST Riiltercd;
hich-gnidp man: would
he .started at $lti.") a montli
and advanced a officicnev is
proved; refereiire. Box 20.
Times office. 7
P II A R M .II'IjT- I'rcUlered. 7pply
I K KICKS PIIAP.MAi . r.Zi Pa ate ' N
W II
rAPKRIIAM.KRS and painters Kanted.
Apply i'APITOI. UKfOIlATINf! CO.
lilt's 5th st . V 10
1'AINTKK t.nod. Apply ready for nork.
Ii79 New llsmi.sliire ave 8
PRKSKK To pre-, by the plere; steady
work while r lolurrd 2te m ault. If
not fully eipenrnretl. willing to learn
10:0H 7th si. S W 1-1
PORTERS s 15 per month; n
Sunday work. THE CROWN
LUNCH CO., 1417 N. Y. ave.
N. W. 7
POI'Tr-R for tailor icrV. ISO! K t.
N W l
POK'I hl Colored, "infddSc"
aged man preferred; must un
derslaml care of furnace; good
salary and permanent position.
P. J. Nhl: CO., 7th and H sts.
N. W. 1-9
Pl.t'M IIKrt lr.t-els Apply fo-tTfonn.
are N w ' t
hAI.r.sJIA.N ror dry xood and men's
wear td 7lh si H W 1
STEAM TABLE MAN. Applv
Mr. Williams GOVERN
MENT CAFETERIA, 7lh and B
N. V. n
fiODA DPKNSKR Man ranable of tak
Inc chares or fountain HOX Hi, Tlmea
ofnea. 1-J
HELP WANTED MALE
SOLICITORS
Steady newspaper work.
See MR. LARKIN,
Circulation Dept. Times.
11
SODA DISPENSER. J. B.
Newman, 9th and G sts. N.W.
6
TITO HOWARD rNIVERSITV MTCDEXTS
in wan
at once.
table for breakfast and dinner;
107 Eye st. X. TV. 10
WAITER Morning anil evenings: Govt.
emppioye preterred. is: L st. rs" w
WAITERS Five, over 43 years of ago;
good tips and board and salary. CAP.
hca ruua CO.. 07 14th St. N W. !.
WAITERS Two at once; best wages.
1733 Columbia rd X W. 1-t
HELP WANTED FEMALE
AS BOOKKEEPER Young lady with ox-
"-t.tt.c, wuu tan intDk. itoraing eon
dltlons are of the best and there is a
chance for advancement If you have abil
ity. One who understands bookkeeping
machines preferred; others will be con
sidered Excellent salary to start. BOX
lit Tin... S.A... ..
.... ....... vimr. j.
BOOKKEEPER and cashier wrili knowl
edge of typewriting, must have had
prior exp-rlence. References required.
Salary ta start thirty dollars. State fully
experience and references, all kept strictly
lonndenllal BOX 410. Times oflice. !-
CASHIERS Apply Mr. WILL
IAMS, Government Cafeteria,
7th and B sts. N. W. l-io
CASHIER Steady position;
good salarv and advancement.
NEW YORK WAIST STORE,
1113 Fst N. W. 7
CASHIER Young lady, thor.
oughly experienced; must fur
nish references. Apply ERLE
BACHER'S, 1210 F st. N. W. 7
TWO ladle for clerks and general work.
KRICK'8 rilARMAUT, 1JSS Pa. ave. N.
W. II
CHAMBERMAID 8 hours; food wares.
HENATB HOTEL. 101 D st. N. B.
CHAMBERMAIDS, nAue.
Apply RALEIGH HOTEL,
Housekeeper. 6
CHAMBERMAID F.xprlenced; excellent
waces. amall place. KOI Pa. ave. U. W.
l'
CHAMBERMAIDS for night
work. Apply RALEIGH
HOTEL, Housekeeper. 6
COOK Second, for assistant to
chef; white or colored; must
be experienced, energetic, and
willing; also buss girls; straight
hours; no bunday work. LIT
TLE HOME CAFE, 1735 Pa.
ave. N. W. Phone Franklin
5 773; l-8
COOK And dlnlnir room Kirl; boarding
house, xood waxes 113 13tb at. N. W
COOK Second; for assistant
to Chef; white or colored;
must be experienced, ener
getic and willing; straight
hours; no bunday work. Lit
tle Home Cafeteria, 1735 Pa.
ave., n. w., Telephone Frank-
line 5773. 8
DIMIWASHKR Mlddle-aed. xood pay
and short hours CAPITAL SEA FOOD
CO. SOTHth at X V 1-t
DISlnVASIIi:RS Three, one from 7 to 1J
a m . two from 1 to R p. m . rood pay
and sood hours CSS O at N. W.
ELEVATOR OPERATORS
Two -colored; neat appearing;
report to the head bellman or
the housekeeper, CAPITOL
PARK HOTEL, North Capitol
and E sts. 1-9
ELEVATOR operator $50.00
month. Applv at once,
ARLINGTON HOTEL, 1025
Vermont ave. N. W. 1-7
FINE POSITIONS
every day are aecured by pUclne an al In
The Tlmea "Situation Wanted col urn r
Phona an ad right away, an experienced
operator will help you with it. Bill will
b lent. ep-3T-tf
OLD DUTCH MARFvET can
use a few high school girls
in their office while school is
closed. Apply at once, 622
Pa. ave. N. Y. 0
COI.ORKI C'ltM frrilce roarhlnc for all
Gnernmenr positions Call at &06 1 st
N- W Phone N 911
COUNTER" GIRLS Apply Mr.
WILLIAMS, Government Ca
feteria, 7lh' and B sts. N. W.
i-i"
GIRIj Young, to give checks
at door. Highest wages paid,
all meals. CHILD'S COM
PANY, 1423 Pa. ave. K. V. 9
KITCI1K.N I.IKI.S Coloreil. at 4S7 Ta. ave.
N. W.
Gilt!. Apprentice, to learn hookblndlnc.
UftOltUr: A. SIMMONS CO , 02 l" st
N W 1-10
UIRLS over 1G years of ago
wanted for messenger ser
vice. Apply to C. & P. TEL.
CO., Homer Bldg., 13th st.,
bet. F and G sts. N. W. Room
308- 6
GIKI-S Uhltr. wanted to purl lea am
roffie. Rood w.crs to "light parties
Arply 301 inth st N W 6
OM: COLOHF1) hu icirl. neat. Apply
iTonmofi IsUnh, 30fi Pa avr N W 1-7
GIRL for linen room. Apply
RALEIGH HOTEL, House
keeper. 6
I.IRI.S Colored or white. IIOTKI. LOGAN,
13th and Iowa iir le 6
BUS.S GIRLS Colored; gcod
salarv and short hours. Ap
ply 1 7 ? 5 Pa. ave. 1-8
OIRTs-t.iHMl hrlliT(Tille) to work In
the niiirkllic and H.rHnir room nice
work, ciiod ay white learning, opportunity
for adiant-enenl
yn.y.t: : potomac urxnnT co.
Hill anil I sts N U 1-5'
hTOCK GIRIJ4 for wal.t and underwear;
Cood pay. steady poMlion prompt ad
vaneement NEW YORK WAIST STORES.
1113 Kll t
HELP WANTED FEMALE
MISS GREGORY'S
TALK TO YOUNG WOMEN
NO. 59
One of the most attractlre fea
tures of the telephone operator's
profession is the many safeguards
to health which the C. & P. Tele
phone Company has Instituted.
The Importance of this feature Is
strongly emphasized at this time.
The telephone operator does not
work In crowds. She Is not
brtAight Into contact with the
public she is protected from con
taglonNn a way that the average
sir! who works cannot be pro
tected. In addition she works In sur
roundings that are sanitary and
comfortable, maintained at the
proper temperature day In and
day out and properly ventilated
with fresh, pure air.
And regular rest periods are
Siren each girl so that she Is
never unduly tired. Competent
medical attention Is always avail
able In case of emergency. It
Is not even necessary for the
young ladles who work for the
w. & P. Telephone Co. to go out
for lunch aa the company main
tains a model lunch room where
appetizing, wholesome meals,
with menus varied dally are
served at much less than actual
cost.
Throughout It Is the aim of the
company to take the best of cara
of Its operators because It real
izes that good health and cheer
fulness are an asset not only to
the Individual but to the com
pany as well.
When you consider that the
work is intensely interesting,
and at this time Is most patri
otic, and that the work Is per
formed amid cn-genlal com
panions and surroundings, and
that the novitiate is paid while
being trained. Is It any wonder
that so many young ladles call
to see me and talk It over?
Why don't you take the oppor
tunity to drop in and see me for
a talk when I can show you a
great many more advantages en
Joyed by the telephone operator?
MISS GREGORY,
Room 308 Homer Building,
13th St. Bet. F and G Sts. N. W.
C. & P. Telephone Co.
GIRLr Colored; to operate
elevators; experience not
necessary; must furnish ref
erence. Apply at once.
LEVERTON,
1106 G St. N. W. 8
COUNTER GIRLS wanted.
Apply Mr. William, GOVERN
MENT CAFETERIA, 7th and B
sts. N. W. 12
GIRL-lsred: aa vecetakla eaak; awad
pay. COSMOS CLUB. 1120 H at. N W.
I
GIRL Colored, to clean in the
Virginia Theater; good pay.
Apply 608 9th st. N. W. 8
GIRLK Colored : as wattreaaea; rood pay.
"" "" "."" ..M x ML. n. W.
HAND IRONERS, press opera
tors, and collar starchers;
good pay. Apply WEST END
LAUNDRY, 1723 Pa. ave. N.W.
RPLEMJID OITOBTU.MTIES
Not only to secure cood positions, but also
to perform patriotic duties, are available
for intelllcent younr women between the
aces of IS and 2S yeara. S10.SQ per week
Is paid while learning-; increases at regular
Intervals, brlnsinr the total up to $720 for
the first yeara work
Furth-r Information can be obtained by
e.lllnr at
.OS HOMER BLDG..
Kth St.. between 9 a. m. and s p. m.
YOUNG LADY wanted to do
clerical work in collection de
partment. For particulars apply
Mr. McGehee, WASHINGTON
TJMES. tf
YOUNG LADY WANTED
TO ACT AS TYPIST.
BUSINESS OFFICE
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
FOR PARTICULARS
APPLY TO MR. McGEHEE.
WASHINGTON TIMES tf
LADLES 18 to 40 for desir
able office positions -with
large industrial corporation.
Apply MR. ALBRIGHT, 6th
floor New Commercial Bank
Bldg., 14th and GN.W. 12
ICMRKSS, first class, wants washlnc
to take home. 13.7 35th st N. W. 1-1
THE WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH CO.
Needs ladies, 18 to 25 years,
for positions as messengers;
light, healthful, outdoor
work; neat uniforms; good
pay and permanent positions.
See MR. EGAN, Employment
Bureau, basement, 1314 G st
N. W. 6
LAUNDRESS and chamber
maids wanted at once; good
wages. ARMY AND NAVY
PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
4101 Connecticut ave. N. W. 7
MAIDS, white. Apply RA
LEIGH HOTEL, House
keeper. 6
MAIDS, colored, five; must
be neat; good wages. Ap
ply at once, RIZHv BROS.,
1213 F st. N. W. 6
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
CKBW UAXAOI91 a4 saleawsmaa ta the
tfai as . aia.Kla. a as I at asa t as
Jid oenvmUalotU- ItOBERT F. PL Oil-'
Mrs. Drnx stars.
:oi H at. X. W.
StAID niiltai
stay nlchla.
soar s when thraach ar
lllf Mass. are. S. W. T
KTRSD PraeUeafat aaee. far Inraat. aa.
tit November 1st. Call at 19H JTyo
mint: are. T. W., between and 11 a. m.
NtntSB Osnoeteat. whit.
waxes.
1-i
. Apt. II, 111) Ilth t. S. W.
TELEPHONE operators Sal
ary $50 a month. Apply at
once, THE ARLINGTON HO
TEL, 1025 Vermont ave. N. W.
TisucrnoxK operator r. b. x.
Bnneed; IS month. Apply Tha lllrh-
lauua, nutm j t, . j
OPERATORS
Wanted on Governntent work,
single and double-needle ma
chines; can make from $18 to
$22 a week; also learners taken.
Apply 909 E st. N. W., fourth
floor. 1-9
TELEPHONE OrXBATOK familiar with
P. B. X. work: short hours, rood pay.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL r I
A 1TOMBEB of experienced
P. B. X. operators for at
tended pay stations. Apply
Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Co., Room 308
Homer Bldg., 13th st, be
tween F and G-. 6
SALESLADIES,
ALTERATION HANDS,
Experienced and inexperienced,
on coats and suits; salary the
oesi ever paia in me cny.
LEONCE,
1115 G st. N. W. 12
I
BAUBiLADIES At once: steady work: S3
ta start with: short hours. Apply CAPI-
tal dept. aronr tin ith st. x. vr. 7
SALESLADIES for waist and
underwear; good" salaries;
steady position and advance
ment NEW YORK WAIST
STORE, Hi3 FsL N.W. 7
SALESLADIES rar hosiery aad women'
wear, for all or part of day. SO? 7th at.
SODA DISPENSER Tasaz lady ta work
evenlncs fram t 12. Permanent no-
sltloa and adrancement. BOX 413. Times
ofnoe. l-
SODA DISPENSER Taunt lady. zpt1-
snea not necessary; salary SU.tt weekly:
steady position and advancement. BOX
ill. Times office. l-
SLEEVE IRONERS Exper.
ienced; good salary.
PAGE'S LA.UNDRY,
620 E St. N.W. 6
WAITRESS for dining roomc
also girl to wash dinner
dishes. Apply 1707 Eye st
N. W. 6
WAITRESS Erperleneerfj six days' i
:te hour. Apply Manarer. TEA
INN.
rarkt
CUP
J
WAITRESSES Colored, neat
appearing girls; short hours
and good wages. Head Waiter,
University Club.
1-7
WAITRESSES Experi
enced; neat appearance;
wages $2 per day, all meals.
CHILDS CO., 1423 Pa. ave.
nw. 6
WAITRESSES
Experienced;
Apply 1724
lo week: up.
Pa. ave.. Victory Lunch. 1-9
WAITRESSES Colored, two at ones: cood
wares. 1792 Columbia read N. W (
WAITRESSES Experienced: tww cashiers.
dishwashers, colored or white. LA
PRANCE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. 31
Oln. st. N w - !-
WAITRESSES $2 a day;
-ffod hours. Also waitress -
CS to WOrk 2 hours in the
. . , , . , ,
morning for breakfast. Ap-
plv manager PURE FOOD
RESTAURANT, 2810 14th st.
fj
tfimrSfilTlitla ....... liar mIihm
Wrlto Sirs. Itopley. Red Top. Cleveland
rark.
1-J
WAITRESSES Colored, at NEW
NUM HOTEL. N T ave and C st
VAR-
WAITRESSES Neat appearing
colored girls, short hours,
good wages. Head waiter, Uni
versity Club, 1 5th & I sts. 1-7
FINISHERS on furs; good;
wages
Sperling, 1 336 F nW.
1-7
WAITRESSES At once; 314 per week:
days. 3 hours a day. Apply PARIS
LUNCH. 1S27 lth st N TV 7
WAITRESSES Five eiperlrnred.
day. 437 Pa. ave. it. W.
33
per
c
WAITRESSES Two for private
residence; must have personal
references; none but first class
need apply to 1636 K st. 7
WAITERAGood waces. AMERICAN
CHINESE: CAFE. 1323 Pa. ava. N. W. T
WOMEN White, to prepare
vegetables: highest wages
paid, including all meals
CHILDS CO., 1423 Pa. ave.
G
nw
YOUNG WOMEN
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
8-HOUR DAY
Advancement to right parties.
Apply
MR. BRADLEY.
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH CO.,
1401 F St., .
Between 9 and 11:30 A. M.
7 to 10 P .M.
aeX-aod-wtl
I HELP WANTEDFEMALE
1 CHARWOMAN Wanted etery Wednesday
I Af MMhI t. a.-. a . . -?1 a .. , '
Or steireraVl hanfaw.irta . ... 'j
W """" - aUB.
PANTRY woman and sates
maker, responsible positioB
for a capable woman;, salary
in proportion to ability. The
Little Home Cafeteria, 1735
Pa. ave. n. vr. Franklin 577a
LAME East era haase kas position facias.
JiVS wo.S!u,: "PlendM oifortuhlMT
with brlaht future BOX , Ttntet of
WApMpAyVm EaN.,W."n,rm, hT
WOMEN Young, for bns
work. Men's wages,, includ
ing all meals. CHHiPS CO
1423 Pa. ave. nw 6
Tr??.EJc"p,b,e- wk dlaaers onln
tal.'8 br?.?,g:.?.".y"w " m" " "
WTOE-ATTAKE kiwi ta lake chare al
our local trade: 11 to a day; steady,
no experience required, pay atarts at ones
w.rJ, y- AMERICAN PRODUCTSrwJ
108 ird SL. Cincinnati. O. s
TEN COLORED s
WOMEN
AS ELEVATOR.
OPERATORS.
Good salaries and perma
nent positions; must have
license. Apply Monday at
10 a. m.,v SUPT.,
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
ilth and G-sts.
WOMAN Par alcht maid.
TOL PARK HOTEL..-N,
sta. '
Appply Ci.
capital aa
WOMAN.-
xo neip nnrss inralld from 1
Til till IlMli; mCtA n'aaaaaaa
Apply HOP q at. N. W Id floor.
WOMEN White and, colored,
for general laundry work; no
experience necessary; good
wages. Apply Superintendent
laundry at 6th and C N.
TOLMAN LAUNDRY CO. i
UOMESXIC.
MB
CHAMBERMAID and waltreas:
wares. Apply IS West Kirk u
Chase. Md. or phona CleTa. 1101. l
CHAMBERMAID aad waitress, ealoredicaj
home nlchts. llll Quo st. N. W. l;'l,
COOK Colored, K9 month aad naMB4
slstant cook. 329: chambermaid to tilts
care of upper part of house, fie m4L
board. 747 lith st. X. W, I-t
COOK and hooemaJd; two la family lirj
N St. W. W. ali
rrPK Oood. Can Colombia 4333. 1JF1
COOK aad rrnrral hoosowwrk aaslslatsB
3313 37th st. N. W. Phona North ISU;
COOK And ceorral hausswerk: aw laaa-
dry: home or stay ntffhta; cood wakW
3II Holmead pi. N. W. 1,1 el
DIMNO ROOM 1IRL rh-st elasa: rrl
eaced and capable: atay nlcbts: coo
pay. 3101 Conn. are. Phone North 3T0V
GIRL for crneral housework; small fam
ily: by day. cood wares. 14 Crsttou-i-t.
Cheiy Chase. Clere. I2if. 3
iiM
GIRL for general housework?
$25. Apply after o o'cIoS..
1242 Girard street.
f-
W,
GIRL Colored, by small family, no Iana
dry. aervant's room with bath, rood as?
Phono Col. 4101. Apply 4101 nth at. NJtv.
i-i;.
GIRL 4)r wamaa. white preferred: cenu
eral housework in amall apart.: stapi Qt
Co home. Apply Suaday. after 11 a. ,nw
APT. 41. 3111 13th St. N. W. Uty-
GIRL Or woman, for craeral houaeworlt.
Apply 1334 Irvine at. N. W l-l
GIRL Colored, reliable far ceneral bettse
work, excellent pay. :ii tn at. av w.
j GIRL for pml housework ;jman famlry
; ..R iSS?5??ls.m mmth' A
; mm-ror mwnl housework and wait
I table. Apply at once, 301 L at. N. W. I..
Rr,aMi. fp mnkiU
s
and general housework; no
washing; S5.50 per week?
Thursday afternoons off. Appl$
13 16 Fairmont st. N. W. 6".n
GIRL for ceneral hausework: amall turn
lly: by day: rood waces. 14 Grafton st
Chery Chase Club. 13l.
GKNERAI. nOl'SBTTORK:
laundry
cood home
vr.
cood pay S!4 37th stK.
GKNERAL IIOTET"ORK Reliable wom
an, small family, rets . high wires. Ap
ply at once to 332 3th at. N. E. 1-7.
nofilWORKER General: no laundry!
small fsmlly. stay homo nlchts. 333 a
month 1 : Harvard st . Apt. 31 I
two In family Apartment 31. H13 S st.
Telephone 50J3
1-S"
1IOCSEKEETER wanted for small family
to take care, of two children. A. L. D
413 M st N. E.
PARLOR MAID for private fam,
ily residence; must have pec.
sonal references; none but first
class need applv. 1626 K st
. W. 7
WASHERWOMAN To take homo smaO
family wasklnc Call 133 Ruchanan IV
Phono Columbia 3144 7,
WOMAN Colored, for ceneral housework:
IS per week without washlnc. or 13 wills
washlnc 1333 Shepherd st T
WOMAN Or Ctrl, to do housework: caodt
waces. 313 tth st N.E. 3
WOMEN Two attractive younc. to act a
escorta In charitable campalcn. Apply
In person, after 3:2 evenlnca. COTWOtJlt.
Prt. 14. . 1
WOMAN colored, to do charm
ber work and plain sewing,
stay nights; references; good
wages.
:?
WOMAN White, as mother's helper fr
twn bnvs. one and two tears old erv--
lent ares, pleasant surroundlnca net pja
better than Government iob. Address P.
O Box 33. Silver Sprlnc. Sid. 1 "
WOMAN For" crneral housework amall
family nice aurroundipgs. salary 4f
month: can sleep out Apply 2431 Conn.
ave. Thone North 71 33. I
HELP WANTED
MALE AMI FKMALK
ENGLISH. Ijitln. Frenrh. Spanish Indlrld.
ual Instruction, rapid conversation. BtX
133. Times office.
MAN or girl for counter; gob'3
wages; experienced. Apply
1712 Pq. ave. N. W. f

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