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fany setting. Big reward. 17
Sixth st. S. E. l-6
.GRAY FUR NECKPIECE at great rails.
$f 1 Sunday, reward. 2i0i Jloiart place N.
3 JSERTICE LOCKET BRACELET, between
2 I Peace Monument and 7-h at on Pennsyl
vania ave, Saturday r ward If returned
to !: Werldlen at N W
A. PAIR bmvr while wnlklnr. gloee Jn
Zoo Park Sunday afternoon Return to
.SU Que st N W and receive reward.
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"INQ Gold, man's, with chip: Initials
COX B H.radlt, between 2d and Sth sts.
" N W Reward HARRIS. 2S O at.
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'"''fcAPE PeaMiln. wHh errnlne conarj leftta
V ' taxicab hired at Hotel Washington Fri-
-taday, 10 p m. Reward If returned to Hotel
Washington. '
-qcWTRR WHEEL Marlon Hanley. ;.
om monnted with new Kelly-Springfield JSx
J". 4H nonskld tire and part of rear fixture
lor carrying aame. from car. Friday night,
i" In or near bualneaa section. Reward, E K.
iiTOJC 1311 H at X W. Main JM IS
DOG German police. resembling wolf: left
V ' ear hangs down rhone Cleve. S7. or
,0.011 2207 Ilh st N W . reward. 12
.lBOSTON TERRIER In Clarendon, Vs..
.vlo brlndle color, answera to name 'Kerry.
'? -8. M Skeldlnc. 21 South St.' on collar.
? Reward Telephone Rosslyn 2S-A.
HELP WANTED MALE
. A SPLENDID POSITION
I can be secured If yon will state your
uualiaeatlona la a Want Ad under Sltu
itlorj Wanted la The Times. Phone your
hd. Main (Ml. Sill will be sent.
' sep-IT.U
jfilWANTED to attend news
-It stands in Govt. Bldgs. after
Ivfechool hours; good wages.
Apply Mr. A. SCHEOT, Cir
cnlation Dept., Washington
& TO THE MOTHERS OF
Sf WASHINGTON:
Zit The following letter has been received
y the Circulation Manager of The Times:
1V "I have not received my Times for two
days. Please see that I ret It every even
gvtifng. as I have a boy In France, and to me
j all war news Is news from him. I must
"" read the casualty list after supper.
"A MOTHER."
.yT.lt This letter, simple though It Is. carries
"ri Irresistible appeal This appeal, ad-.-dressed
to us. we in turn address to the
"Vxhothers of. Washington.
The Times Is trying- as hard as possible
irito deliver papers regularly. However, the
v,u.ehortage of labor has hit routs boys as
J,Jreil as other walks of life. We have
jConnd. however, that there are a number
rt Vt boya who would like to serve "news
paper routes." but are forbidden by their
c9rent.
V, , To these parents we bring this appeal.
"'"The evening news Is recognlxed by the
nSoovernment. A boy delivering a newspa
r3per route is engaged In patriotic effort.
We are making special Inducements to car
rier boys. Salaries have been doubled.
The work requires about an hour each
;f3 (evening.
2 I We ,k th,t ths mothers of "Washington
m Irlve this consideration and urge their sons
4 Wo help make some mothers' hearts glad
Vach evening by bringing them news ox
their boys.
- f r or xurtner iniormauon. caii. w
I20.- or apply by card to CIRCULATION
H Department." the times
OYS Colored wheel. Apply CALIFOR
NIA, rrtujx W lilV 11 St. . T. l-A,-
SCHOOL BOYS over 16 yrs.
r- of age for healthful out
- door "work. Can make good
"1 monev after school hours. See
"-MR, LYDDANE, Basement
13U (J st N. W. 20
BOYS
16 TO 18 YEARS
for desirable office positions
with large corporation; good
salary, eight-hour day.
Apply MR. ALBRIGHT,
54 New Commercial
Bank Building,
14th and G sts. 14
E
. BUSS BOYS White; wages
15 week of 6 days; in-
eluding meals. Apply
CH1LDS CO., 1423 Pa.
,- ave- is
".OYS to carry routes in the
" southeast Apply by card,
Grculauon Dept The TIMES.
sell-tf
- BOYS AND YOUNG MEN
'c Colored, with wftwli, aa mesMOgara.
9 OuarantN3
J512 to S18 WEEKLY
cad eommlfsrion: also pubtle or high eeheei
ttudente. evenings. 17 weekly. Apply 717 lit
W mhli-eod tf
.BrSIIEULtX
Apply A. rXANZSIAN
-II SON. JUli th at. N. W
10
COOTKRnXN Experience not necessary.
Al.I.C.N-3 LUNCH, 1MHN, W. It
BOYS To carry Times
routes, in vicinity of Dn-
pont Circle and 14th and U
.fits.; good salary. Apply to
JSR. LESEE, Circulation De-
fpartment Phono M. 5260 or
1)ycard. an 13-tf
B0Y To learn tinning trade,
-t $12 per week to start; short
hours. Applv 825 F st. N. E
- "
BUSBOY DULIN'S . LUNCH;
? no Sunday work. 708 13th
,t N. W. 1-15
CARPENTERS Fifty; long
y' job ; plenty overtime ; 7 days
jveek; reinforced concrete. 712
"Southern Building. 17
TWENTY carpenters for
inside trimming; win
ter's work for good men
in heated building. Harry
Wardman job, 27th anc
Woodley road. 1-20
41S
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED
200 LABORERS
150 CARPENTERS
WANTED
At once to work on con
structions of EMER
GENCY HOSPITAL for
TJ. S. Navy.
Apply
TURNER
CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY,
23rd and B Sts., N. W.
Washington, D. C.
18
WANTED The following
lahor at this company's
plant at Alexandria, Va..
which is only 30 minutes' ride
from Washington:
Cahinet Makers,
Wood Workers,
Carpenters,
Metal Workers.
All Classes of Skilled Lahor.
1C
Best Prices Paid.
e. '
ALEXANDRIA AURCEAFT
CORPORATION
v
.l
octll-tf
CAUPENTEBS Quantieo, Va-. 7Se per
hour and overtime: sleeping arcommoda
tlona free. KINO LUMBER COMPANY,
Quantleo. 1
THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS TOU
IF YOU ARE A SKILLED CHAUFFEUR
AND AUTO MECHANIC ,
THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE COLLEGE
sth and O 8ta. N. W.
Have Day and Evening Classes.
Reasonable Rates.
lyS-tf-ex.n
CHAUFFEUR for Ford delivery truck.
THOMAS GEORGE. S00 7th St. 3. W. 1
CnAUFFECR for Ford delivery at once.
THE SHADE SHOP, lit 12th t N W 14
CHAUFFEUR In private family; one who
understanda repairs of Reo car. bring
refererces to office I to 12 mornings. 2it
C st. N W IS
CLERK 1C to 17 yean old, to do light
work in real estate office, no bookkeep
ing Apply to IS momlnga, 22 C st,
N. W. 1-H
CLERK 16 to 17 yean old to do light
work In real estate office; no bookkeep
ing. Apply 9 to 12 mornings. 224 C st.
N W IS
COOK Ten hours per day.,
MODEL LUNCH, 737 8th st. i
S. E. 1-15
COOKS S25 per week up.
Apply 1724 Pa. ave. N. W.,
Victory Lunch. 1-17
COUNTER MAN, experienced;
$18 to $20 per week. Apply
3418 11th st. N. W. 1-19
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
DRIVERS and helpers for fur
niture van and baggage
wagon. Apply 1226 H st. N.
W. 1-17
ELECTRICIAN Good nob
bing hand; $6.00 per day.
Apply 2438 18th st. N. W. 16
WANTED Three firemen : ilw firemen's
helpen BUREAU OF 8TANDARDS.
Pierce Mill rd. and Connecticut ave. Call
for Interview 12,14,14
xifiirr "iiousraiANl Apply-R-vixion
HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER !
HOUSEMAN White or colored: references
required 1422 Mass ave N. W IS
JANITOR For church: Tenth st. and
Mass. ave. N. E.. white or colored, good
wages, permanent position: married man
must live In vicinity, room furnished for
single man. a U. STEPHENSON, 204 loth
st. K. K. SS- !
HELP WANTED MALE
Under Our
New Scale of Wages
GOOD MEN CAN EARN
$30.00 to $35.00 A WEEK
As Conductors or Motormen
ESSENTLVL WORK
Exceptionally Good Pay
Men within or above the
draft age, this is an excep
tional opportunity to learn the
street railway business under
good working conditions.
Our new scale of wages is
as follows:
For first 3 months of service:
43c an hour
For the next 9 months:
46c an hour
Thereafter:
48c an hour
Apply Any Day This Week
Between the Hours of
9 A. M. and 12 (Noon)
WASHINGTON RAILWAY
AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
Instruction Department
14th and East Capitol Sts.
u
LABORERS
and
WRECKERS
and
BRICK CLEANERS
For house-wrecking work
on torpedo plant for U. S.
Navy in Alexandria. To
men who can show good
house-wrecking experience
will pay a bonus. Apply
SIDNEY L. HECKLNGER
HOUSE-WRECKING CO.,
6th and C Sts S.W., Wash
ington, or on the .job,
TTincr iTii "North Lpr. Alox-
andria, Va. 19
i.BORERS 50, for concrete i
work; wages 40 to 5o cents
per hour; time and half over
time. Apply WARREN MOORE
CO., Navy Yard, 4th st gate.
1-17
ESSENTIAL WORK
Laborers and Mechanics
to Fabricate Steel
for U. S. Government Bldgs.
Steady Work Good Wages
Time-and-a-half for overtime
Apply BARBER & ROSS,
5th & V Sts. N. E.
20
LABORERS Quantleo, Vs., X4.40 per 10-
hour day. sleeping areommiMlaltona free.
KINO LUMBER COMFANY. Quantleo. 14
MACHINIST Locomotive,
boilermaker, car repairmen,
brakemen, car cleaners; white
and colored laborers. Apply
ROOM 308, Union Station.
1-17
MAN. Bellied, nlilte, m rlerk In furniture
store, all around man preferred Apply
SMITH'S FURNITURE HOUSE, 214 Ith St.
NJV 1
MAN as bill clerk and general altanf:
rood salary Apply WA81llOTN
NKW8 CO. 212 (th ' N W 114
HELP WANTED MALE
FLOOR LAYER
To lay floor piece work by
the square. Apply
HARRY WARDMAN JOB,
27th St. & Woodlev Road.
MAN Handy with tools) st&te experience
ana wages, nours you can woric uua
SS4. Times office. !
MOTORMEN AND CON
DUCTORS Wages paid
as follows: 43 cents per hour
for first 3 mouths; 46 cents
per hour for next 9 months,
and 48 cents per hour there
after. Permanent emplovment in
this ESSENTIAL OCCUPA
TION for men of good char
acter between 19 and 50 years
of age.
Trainmen can make an
average wage in excess of
?120 per month at the lowest
rate of pay.
Apply in person at 2 p. m.
nt 36th and M Sts. N. W., Of
fice of THE CAPITAL
TRACTION COMPANY.
se21-mo.to.we.thn.tf
MEN For full or part time
work as messengers; can
earn $3.50, 9 hours, day or
night Light, healthful, out
door, permanent work. Con
venient day or night hours
for those employed elsewhere.
Apply WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH CO., basement
1311 G st N. W. 20
MEN To leam the most essen
tial industry at the present
time; schools are now being
formed to teach the various
branches of shipbuilding. Ap
ply to the Virginia Shipbuilding
Corporation's representative at
the United States Employment
Service, 1410 Pa. ave., Wash
ington, D. C i-l7ti
MEN for essential work tn warehouse)
good wages. 104 10th st. N. W. It
STORAGE BATTERY
MEN.
Also men to learn the busi
ness. Apply to nearest U.
S. Employment Service
Office and bring this notice
with you.
EXLDE BATTERY DEPOTS
INC.
1823 L St N. W.
14
HOUSEMAN Good pay) permmnent. Ap
ply UODBEKEEI'ER, Army ana navy
Club. 1-1S
HOUSEMAN Night Apply
housekeeper, RALEIGH HO
TEL. 16
HOUSEMAN WANTED.
HOTEL RICHMOND.
MEN For kitchen work; col
ored; wages $15 per week of
6 davs. including meals. Atj-
ply CKLLDS', 1423 Pa. ave.
N. W. 14
ESSENTIAL WAR WORK
All classes of men wanted
to fill permanent positions.
Schools are established in the
yard to teach the more impor
tant branches. Good pay
while learning. Conditions
constantly improving. Apply
United States Employment
Service, 1410 Pennsylvania
avenue, or Virginia Ship
building Corporation, Alex
andria, Va. 20
MAN: OR HOY over 1 years of age to
collect rents In a real estate office.
JAMES F. S3EA.
C42 Louisiana avenue N. W.
1-15'
WHITE MEN Two, steady,
settled, to work on deliv
erv car; light work, good
pa. CAPITOL TOWEL
SERVICE CO., 1015 9th st.
nw 15
CIVIL. HKR1 ICE rllOTOS for elimination
msde while you wait; postal cards, por
traits and commercial work
UETROPOUTAN STUDIOS.
417 Pa ave N W and 210 Ta ave N W
PAI'KRHANOKR.S AND rAINTKRS want-
ed. steady work, good pay. 1234H Sth
st N V :0
PRINTER Fln.t class; of art urn pap",
also a good retoucher. Rood salary Ap
ply at onco to CUNKDINST STUDIOS. 73:
1 4th st N.W 1
PRESSER for pressing ma
chine; good wages. Call at
onco, M. BERMAN, 3327 14th
st. N. W., Col. 1103-J. 15
PREISER.
Cood wages to rlsht party and ferma
rnt position. Apply MCRTZ & IIBIITZ,
l( F st N W 14
PLUMBER for jobbing and re
modeling. Apply 1132 18 th
st. N. W. 15
PORTERS SI 5 per week; no
Sunday work. CROWN
1 UNCH CO., 1417 N. Y. ave.
N W. . 1-15
9t
HELP WANTED MALE
FORTER In dry goods store. Apply JACOB
KOH.MER. J20 7th st N. W U
PORTER Colored i steady position: good
salary. NEW YORK WAIST STORE.
111J F St. N W. 1
PORTERS
On Government work; good
wages and permanent posi
tions for right men. Apply
to Mr. Brandenburg CAPI
TOL PUBLISHERS CO., 332
C st, N. W. 16
r-
PRESSER
Good wages and steady position. Apply
JXERTZ & MERTZ. 0 F St. N. W. 14
STEAM TABLE man. Apply
Mr. Reed, Government cafe
teria, 7th &B N. W. 1-18
TEN TINNERS and helpers, also
five' stove men; steady work,
good wages. GRAFTON &
SON, Room 912 Washington
Loan & Trust Bldg. 16
WAITERS, two, European,
wanted at once. Apply
Steward, St James HoteL 16
WATCHMAN on new buildings) easy hoars.
Apply Kenyon st. N. W.. between 17th
and llh ata. 14
Trem?AinmrmAT:E
ALTERATION HANDS on
suits and coats; good sal
aries paid. SPECIALTY
CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE,
1115 G St N.W. 14
CI.ERK and typist, young lady, SIS pes
week. Apply U4 ltth st. N. W. 14
CASHIERS Apply MR. REED,
vjuvcrnmciu oaieiena, m
and B sts. N. W. 1-17
CASHIER Must be first-class;
competent to handle a large
volume of sales quickly and ac
curately; position is permanent;
starting salary $18 a week, ad
vancement; state age, previous
experience, and reference. Ad
dress BOX 474, Times office.
1-15
BILL CLERK and general assistant; good
salary. Apply THE WASHINGTON
NEWS CO- 212 6th st, N. W. 1-14
CHAMBERMAIDS. Apply
at once to housekeeper,
ARLINGTON HOTEL. 15
CHAMBERMAID for small rooming hone.
1202 L. st. Nj. W 1-li
CHAMBERMAIDS. Apply to HOUSE
KEEPER. Bellevne Hotel. 15th and Eye
sts. N. W. It
CHAMBERMALD-rWaitress,
first-class, wanted, for pri
vate family; go home night;
good references required. 1614
P st. nw., Franklin 5975. 20
CHAMBERMAID waitress, at enee, gaod
wages. Apply 1122 M St. N. W. 1-14
CHAMBERMAIDS Colored.
Apply Housekeeper, AR
LINGTON HOTEL. 16
HOTEL RICHMOND WANTS
COLORED GIRL FOR ELEVA
TOR, COLORED CHAMBERMAID,
COLORED SCRUB WOMAN.
CHECKERS wanted. Apply
to Mr. Reed, Government
Cafeteria, 7th and B sts. nw.
14
COOK, reliable, colored. Mrs.
Llovd Chandler, 2272 Ca
thedral ave. N. W. 14
DISHWASHER, day work only,
$15 per week. Apply 3418
11th st. N. W. 1-18
DISHWASHERS Two; $10
a week; no Sunday work.
CENTRAL RESTAURANT,
209 7th st. nw. 14
DISHWASHERS, 3, and 1
second cook. BRIGHTON
LiUlNUti, yao fa. ave. N. W.
EARLY CLEANERSCoio7ed;
good hours; also chamber
maids Apply Housekeeper,
UNIVERSITY CLUB. 16
EGG CANDLER Experienced;
permanent position; good
wages. Apply 623 B st. N. W.
1-15
EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE DITPEB;
white SHKETZ CANDlf STORE. 22 F
St. N. W. 15
FINE POSITIONS
eTry day are eecured by placlnr an ait tn
T Tlraei "Situation Wanted" column.
Phone an ad rlchl atvajr, an experienced
operator will help 70a wltn It. BUI will
be nt. eep-27-tf
BUSS GIRLS wanted. Ap
ply Mr. Reed, Government
Cafeteria, 7th and B sts. nw.
14
HUNTER GIRLS Apply Mr.
WILLIAMS, Government Ca
feteria, 7th, and B sts. N. W.
1-17
JANITRESS-Neat (married
colored woman), reliable
person preferred; excellent
place, light work, comfort
able living room. 1347 L st.
nw. 14
A NUMBER of P. X. B. oper
ators wanted at a camp near
Wash ington; surroundings
pleasant and attractive; good
salary, with room aud board;
operators are under tho su
pervision of a house mother.
Applv CHESAPEAKE & PO
TOMAC TELEPHONE CO.,
Room 30S Homer Bldg., 13th
st., hot. F and G. 1-20
HELP WANTED FEMALE
SALESWOMEN
WANTED AT ONCE
For All Departments of the
PALAIS ROYAL
WITH OR
WITHOUT EXPERIENCE
Also People for the
Following Positions
Good Salaries
Permanent Positions
Experienced Millinery
Saleswomen Several.
Women to Assist in Our
Complaint Office.
Designers and Makers for
Millinery Workrooms.
Women to Assist in Will
Call, Delivery, etc, Depts.
Young Women as Store
Messengers, etc, etc.
Apply Tuesday Morning,
Supt, Street Floor,
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
11th and G Sts.
14
WANTED OIKL. general h
washing; good wages. 2J2J 12th aCK.
W. !
Hn.T.TNEB Enm lem ed. Apply 1233 Wis
consin are. N. W. Phone West 1I1-W. It
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH CO.
Need ladies 18 to 25 years for
positions as messengers; light,
healthful, outdoor work; neat
uniform; good pay; perma
nent position. See MR. LYD
DANE, 1311 G st N. W. 20
PERMANENT clerical posi
tion open for bright young
ladies, both day and night,
salary $70 day, $75 night;
experience not essential; pub
lic school education neces
sary; excellent opportunities
for advancement. WESTERN
UNION TELEGRAPH, 1405
H st. N. W.
1-1 0.12.14.16.18
WANTED A person of skill erenlngs. ta
use a new typewriter for owner. BOX
S0. Times office. 1-1S
YOUNG LADIES AS
OPERATORS
On Government work, single
and double-needle machines;
can make from $18 to $22 a
week; also learners taken. Ap
ply 909 E st. N. W., fourth
floor. 1-14
MAID wanted for store Ap
plv 1115 G St N. W.
SPECIALTY CLOAK AND
SUIT HOUSE 14
TRAINED NURSE at once.
Call or phone WM. CLA
BAUGH, 442 K st. nw. Phone
Franklin 879. 15
OPERATORS for Burrough
bookkeeper machine. Ap
ply cashier, DISTRICT NA
TIONAL BANK, 1406 G st.
nw. 14
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
with P. B. X. experience.
Good salary. THE HIGH
LANDS, Conn ave. and Cali
fornia st nw. Call North
1240. 15
TELEPHONE OPERATOR"
P. B. X.; hours 9 to 5; half
day Saturday; $50 a month.
Apply
THE F. H. SMITH CO.,
815 Fifteenth St
HILKSLADY To sell somrnlr and mili
tary goods. Apply at once, with refer
ences Palmen. 1221 I'a ave N W 1-14
SALESLADIES for store.
BROWNLEY'S, 1205 Gst IS
HELP WANTED FEMALE
I WANT 75,000
EMPLOYED WOMEN
TO READ THIS.
EMPLOTED WOMEN WHO CON
TRACT INFLUENZA
Or Any Other Disease Common to
Both Sexes or Sustain
An Accident
WILL BE PAID
Tor Toss of Time
Disability Dae to InJnrVs.
Slt.00 per week for total disability
for two hnndred weeks.
220.00 per week If total disability
Is caased by trarel accidents, etc,
21.00 per week for partial disabil
ity, limited to 20 aeeks.
210.00 per week It partial dlaabUlty
is caused by trarel accidents, ate.
Dae ta Disease ar Bin as.
$10.00 per week for total disability
If confined to the hoase.
22.00 per week for total disability
If not confined to the boas. limit 12
weeks.
23,000 Accidental Death Bexpftt.
lfedlcal ar Ssrgical Treatneent eX
Miner Injur lea.
When the Injuries do not rssnlt la
death or disability bat retrain medi
cal or surgical attention, one week's
single Indemnity (110.00) to allowed.
IJeaimcatlasi,
Expense of placing Insured la can
of friends will be paid up to 2100 It
accident or Illness makes her unable
to communicate with thsxa.
MANY OTHER BENEFITS
IT Medical Examination Seavtred.
Annual Premiums.
Age 12 ta M years, rncrssrra, 22S.00
Arm II ta II years, tneluslee. $22.10
Ages II ta 04 years, laeluatre. 222.00
Kay Be raid Quarterly.
PAUL F. GROVE, Broker,
THS KARTLAND CA88AI.TT CO,
RsTT.TATU.H nUUKANCB
(AXX. KXNXXD.
Ffcowe Main TTt. 414 northern Bldg.
BE SATE NOT SOBBY.
YOUNG LADY For office
work; steady position, with
chance for advancement to
right party.
SANITARY GROCERY CO,
520 St N. 57.
couxu
KAT.riyflATiTres' for waists
and underwear. Steaxtypo
sition; good salaries. NEW
YORK WAIST STORE, 1113
F st nw. 14
A NUMBER of erperienced
P. B. X. operators for at
tended pay stations. Apply
Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Co, Boom 308,
Homer Bldg, 13fh st, be
tween F and G. 1-20
SAUSUDTES Apply CAUTTJSNIA
FROTTCO.. 1220 O St. X. W. 1-14
SALESLADIES in our grocery
ucparuncim; permanent posi
tions at good wages. Apply to
our branch markets or at 622
Pa. ave., OLD DUTCH MAR
KET, Inc. 1-15
SODA DISPENSERS Col
ored, light - complexioned
girls. Christiani Drug Co
426 9th st N. W. 15
SODA DISPENSER Yotmr lady: experi
ence not necessary; salary 114 weekly:
steady position and advancement. BOX
414. Tlmea office. 1-n
STENOGRAFILEIt Experienced, at oneei
prlrate office; 2100 per month. WH
LARD STORAGE BATTERT CO, 702
Brans bldg 14
TELEPHONE OPERATOR
Thoroughly experienced;
permanent position. Apply Mr.
McKinley, HUB FURNITURE
CO., cor. 7th and D sts. N. W.
WAITRESSES Cood wages.. AMERICAN
CHINESE CAFE. 1222 Pa. are. H. W.
1-li
WAITKESSES Three.. Apply CAPITOL
LUNCH. 101 Pa. are. N. W 1-1T
WAITRESSES Two, col
ored; experienced Also a
buss girl. Good hours, good
salary. Apply the head
waiter the UNIVERSITY
CLUB. 15
W A I T R ES S ES Exper
ienced, neat appearance;
wages $2 per day, all meals.
CHILDS CO., 1423 Pa. ave.
N. W. 1-14
WAITRESSES wanted at once. Sit per
week. $ days per week, l-honr day.
Apply at PARIS CAFE. 127 14th st
N. W. 1-11
WAITRESSES Apply to Mr.
i REED, Government Cafeteria,
7th and B sts. N. W. 1-15
WASHWOMAN for one day each week at
house, good wsges. Apply 1827 P st.
N. W. !-
WOMEN White, for buss
work; men's wages, includ
ing meals. Apply 1423 Pa.
ave. nw.
lu
ANY NUMBER of neat -apnea ring women
who ran talk convincingly. Call 1522
5th st. N. W . after I p. m. 1
WOMAN WANTED to do washing. 1311 N
si N W IS'
WOUEN To hlte. middle-aged, for
hall wnrk good pay. room and hoard.
Apply HOUSEKEEPER. St. James Hotel.
Ith st. and Pa. are. N. W. 1-12
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WOMAN To work in gro
cery store, with some ex
perience in irroeerv hnainna-
preferred. Apply 932 M si.
N.W. 17
WpllENrpaiptrooaTVhTtZTeiweTS.
... .v. ......,( vimuuri; experience not
necessary: good pay. short hours. Apply
at once. STARTER. Mousey Building. 11
WOMEN and girls, white-or
colored; no experience nec
essary; permanent position
nnn vnsl nnln.n a 1
tvuu. guuu CKUuijr. Apply
Laundry, 6th and C sts. N. W.
WANTED A neati strong
woman to care fnr inviiM
Call 1769 Col. rd. N. W., apt.
" w
WOMEN White, to pre
pare vegetables; highest
wages paid, including all
meals. CH1LDS CO., 1423
Pa. ave. N. W. 1-14
WOMAN Far housework: goad home for
a woman with small child. 2110 Jit.
Pleasant St. rhone Cot 2412. 1-n
DOJIKSTIC.
LAUNDRESS, two days each week. Apply
1002 Mass. are. N. E. 14
WOMAN to da washing at the neon; good
pay. 221 Ith st. 8. S. Phone Line. ITti.
14
CHAMBEBMAD3 Aad waitress; gaod
wages. Apply II West Kirk st. Chary
Chase. Md, or phono Clere. 1102. 1.14
CIBX For general bomsewarkt get-!
wages. Apply 2422 Oakwaod terrace, it
CDSL To da general housework. AFX,
. xiee ot- to. r w. 1.14
TWO NEAT, ladustrlsus colored maids
wanted Immediately at 11 47 lith st. N.
WOMAN Colored, reliable, far gxnera
housework. Including laundry: excellent
iw. -i.r.rir;Tra. " u st. N. B.
HELP WANTED
male: and female.
HELP WANTED
For new Govrirnment
Restaurant '
18th and B sts. a W. ,
MALE
Bookkeepers Kitchen Men
Bakers Meat Cutters
Order Cooks Cbrrntermen '
FEMALE
Bookkeepers Counter Qrb
Cashiers Pantry Women
Check Girls Scrubwomen j
Kitchen. Help Dishwashers J '
Good Pay .
No Sunday Work.
GLOBE RESTAURANT COJ
Apply to W. E Wiffiarns,'
Manager
14
COOK, MAN, WAITRESS
and nr a mrf,rm a i j.
For boarding house; good
wages. 1123 13fh st. N. W.
JANITOR and wife. Good
pay; fine job. Also ele
vator boy. E. P. SCHWARTZ
& CO, 734 15th. si nw. 14
XXGXalSH, Tttn. msdk gn!ih TH
POX 41. Ttmem cCnc. 1 .
09V eV . F" U1HW illHUl eTea- -
nATUlKR u '
colored, far tv
flrst-cius tndt:
aUsTa9U " ; IUUU1, sUWlW aiaweaai.
a. -. . ,0) a . - m t i i Om i thuelAMieie
Apply JmrnJUtry. 1101 Niw Himpihlro
-. aAAW,A aAiettl af Tn-0Mt1 saasfs
KTfV fcWU ys.e waua we , wuwe
eX
PUnTfiQ TlnloTioil pronipUT
Brrxfc. Itlt r ot. W. W 1m Hwtt
SITUATIONS WANTED
MAT-Xg
N1C1TT eierical work wasted trr 1S-T
old Gorernment worker, from c or T.
ta 10:20 p. m. BOX 4TS. Times office, a
EXPERIENCED EMPLOTXa
In ercry line may he secured hy lusertla
a small ad In The Times Help Wanted.
Phone your ad to Mala 1210. Bill win he
sent, sap22-tf
FEMALE
TOOT. LADY with high school aad busi
ness education, deslrea work from I ta
11 p. m.; would like to learn soda dispens
ing, but will do most any kind of work.
Apply 2120 Pa, an. N W 10
A PLACE AS HOUSEKEEPER for widow
er; no objection to one child; answer let
ter only. MRS. ADAMS. 212 First st. N. W.
II
CLAIRVOYANTS
ZAcmttt by tt ZMetrtcf of Cotaetbto,
MME. SPENCER,
One of the World's Most Distinguished
PALMISTS AND LIFJ3 READERS.
Studio. 924 14th St N. W.
Without aslrinr & Qanctlcn ibs will tell
yoa th object of your call, naraoo of
friends, relatives and actual facts concern
Ing? your life and circa mataiieoa which 700
know to bo absolutely true. Hours 10 a. m.
tn A tv m
PERKECT SATISFACTION OR NO TOL If
1-H"
MME CARLETTA
Careful, painstaking and conacientloos
tells clearly Just what you wish to know
without asklnff a question.
When, who you marry If erer sweet
heart, friend, husband, wife Is tru- or
false. Past, present, future Business
bes suits you. Success In undertakioff 30
years' experience, mostly In Washington,
U a cuaranir of her reliability
1123 14th St N. W.
ii
UKS. KARTO, rlalrvoyant, medinm; ad
vice on alt affairs of life, satisfaction
guaranteed. Hours, 1 to 2 p. m. 210 Sth
ml. N. W. 20
PALMISTS
BELMONT
Noted rlalrvoyant and palmist. G1ts a
vice on business matters, love, health and
family alalrs. Tells the nam of your fu
ture husband or wife, tells If tho on yoa
loe Is true or false What psrt of tho
country Is luckiest to you. What to do to
be successful In life 121C N T av. N W
Next door to Masonic Temple lCradlns, SI,
FOR RENT GARAGES
;AI.VAM.1:u Iron. Silt feet.
1th st N K
Apply S13
IS'
wanti:i
WNTK1 to rent or Icvm carace.
Brown. 122T Decatur su N W.
IX K.
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