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THE WASHINGTON TEVJES. MONDAY: MARCH 31 1919.
18 LOST AND FOUND AIREDALE PUPPY Six months' old. In the -neighborhood of Knickerbocker Theater Saturday afternoon; answers to name or Moses. Reward ir reiurneo. 10 Mrs. W. K. CARR. 1413 K st. N. W. 5 MO BTLL, between Center Market and 312 Ala. Ave. S. E. liberal reward- Lincoln 2I04-W. 1-3 BLACK rOCKETBOOK, Monday morning, near 7th and K Sts. N. W.. containing bill and "War Klsk pass, Mildred Porter. Return SI Florida Ave, Kff, Reward. 3 XiOST Black alllc bag with steel trini- mines. In tail. Tuesday evening. Feb. 25. Reward if left at 1832 Eye st. l-3 CHATS With pendant class pin, initials, a. u. 2C ana A. u. u. pin; on Mncum ark car. Feb. 26. Finder return to 13J2 gist at. N. W. Reward. CASE Containing money: in or around Ordnance Bldg. Col. 2565. 1-3 OG Large collie; white breast, stripe on nose. Answers to name Don: rrd JHO. Columbia 1620. J. E. SHOEMAKER, 1943 Calvert st. N. W. J DOG English bull, short screw tail. Reward. Phone North 3178. 501 Florida ave. N.. W. 13 TVK NECKPIECE, black, in taxleab go ing from New Commercial Hotel to Georgetown. Friday night. Reward Teturn to Clerk, New Commercial. 920 F St. W. W. -4 GOLD PIN LOCKET Lion's head with . diamond in each eye and mouth: picture 38 'locket; between 16th and K and 15th and O, or on 14th st. car; reward. 1332 Selmont st.. Apt. 22. Phone Col. 4702-W. XADY"8 FOCKETBOOK In Keith's Thea ter, Sunday matinee: containing 157 In bills and Government check for 130: flnler return to Miss DOROTHY MELOY. 1511 Laatont st. N- W-. and receive reward. 3 MZNK SCARF. Sunday night on Potomac ,,Park drive, near -soldiers' camp; about M Inches long. 16 Inches wide, containing IS large skins trimmed -with tails and 3rown silk cord. Finder please return to CASHIER, Bhoreham Hotel. 325 reward. OVERCOAT Light- khaki; buckle on belt and sleeves; at Arcade Saturday sight. Please return to 1804 2d st. N. W. 1-4 PARTY -who picked up small pocketbook nn st una F. Georgetown ear 'Friday, will please return to owner. 1731 North Canltol st. l- PIN Eastern Star; bet. 5th and K 'sts. and National Theater. Reward. 607 M at. N. W. N. 7273. - PIN Cameo, between lows. Cteclo and :Munitlons Bldg. on "Wednesday morn iag. engraved Elizabeth on back. Return te Mrs. Smiley. 23 Iowa Circle: reward 8 2URSE Lady's black leather, in Palace Theater Thursday night, containing 32 currency, gold stick pin and locker key bearing name Mrs. Speas. Return to her at 1023 zzna sx. I, w. ana get rowara. - 6CLYER MEDAL, Order Prince of Wales; Initials J. K. C, lost Thursday. Finder please return to J. K. CARPENTER, Ev cratt Hotel. 3 ",&A.YELING BAG Black; containing clothing; ivory ana valuable cameo pin; between 14C7 Rhode Island ave and Du pont Circle: reward. Notify EDNA ROB INSON. 1207 Conn, ave. N. W. 3 TELEPHONE CHECK Payment stopped. '-Return to address on back. 1813 N. Capitol st, MRS. R. A. GARBKNS. 4 WKIST WATCH Gold, between n. e. and a. e. district Saturday, March 1. after 2 R, m. Room 3810 New Navy bldg, D. G. McCarthy. Reward. 4 DOG Fox terrier male; lemon and white. 814 23d at. Apt. 2. Call after 4 p. m.; Wward. 1 PIN At Arcade Saturday evening, Febra- ary S3, naval emblem stick pin. Bet with kraal 1 diamonds. Reward if returned to I Glrard st. N. B. Phone N. 491-J. " 1 PURSE Gold and black brocaded, Munsey building: contained ring and watch. Re ward, D. HENDERSON, Columbia 1473. . 1 KING Gentleman's; gold; black setting; --Persian Inscription; Saturday O Street Market. Reward for return to 1353 Sth St. N. W Phone North 3822. 5 vYATST Gray- silt, partly made; on Washington-Virginia car. Reward if returned to' Times cCSce. 1 yATCH CHARM, college fraternity em blem. Lost at Union Station or on ave itae car last Wednesday night. Reward. 1132 It St. N. W. Call N. 6470, l-3 WEDDING RING Feb. 26, marked J. W. W. Jr., to A. S. D July 28, 1917; finder please return to Mrs. A. D. W 22S 9th st N E S FOTJWD FOUND 2 pkgs woman's wearing apparel . at 18th and Pa. ave., 'afternoon of 24th: ifwner call at 828 13th st. N. W.. and Identify. ' 1-5" MONEY Small sum on Georgia ave. Can v. -have same by paying for this ad. Line C74 cr 333 L st. N. E. 4 HELP WANTED MALE A. BOY SEVENTEEN TEARS OF AGE. V-Cedrlc E. Hart, of Salt Lake City, Utah, hits Just invented a new wireless sound audlfier. while James H. Rogers, of Hyatts ville. Ml, a gentleman several times tne age of Hart, Invented an undersea wireless system which has proved of great value to Abe Government. It's never too early nor roo late in lite to undertake something worth while. Everyone who keeps up with the times concedes the great value of wireless to the world' and the splendid opportunities It offers as a vocation. Your present vocation, whether It be a trade, profession or business, probably has its limit. There Is no limit to the possibilities of wireless and the salaries paid the man whn first entering the field are better than. In .most other callings. Merchant Marine pays 3110 and up per month with jail living expenses, radio inspectors 3120a 7:0 33590 yearly, 'radio aids 36 to IS -per day, not to speak of the splendid salaries 'that must be paid In the commercial world as soon as peace lias been declared and Tireless generally adopted by large bU5 fress and railroad corporations. We quali ty you in the short time of fourteen weeks for a Government first grade commercial license, at same time not taking any time Xronr your present employment and charg ing you a very moderate tuition fee, pay able in installments to suit your means. Am an accomplishment alone our course Is well worth the time and money expended 'while on the other hand you are acquiring a "stock in trade" that might come in handy at any time. Another large clasj taf beginners will start Monday, March 3rd. Enroll in time if you wish to get in. Don't eil or borrow on your Liberty Bonds, a; tire accept them at par with accrued in terest. SERVICE RADIO SCHOOL. 902 Pa. Ave. Phone Franklin 7514. Open 9 30, M. to 9:30 P. M. 1-3 A PRACTICAL TRAINING fat. Drafting will qualify you to enter this profession. of permanent employment at an excellent salary. Our graduates are In de mand. Complete course in your spare time, day or night, in 3 to 9 months. In dividual instruction. Catalog of particu lars on request. (School in session all year get In touch now). COLUMBIA. .School of drafting. 14th and t sts. i "W. Phone North 272. fe21-tf AUTO mechanic; highest wages paid to experienced man; no other man need apply: 'excellent working conditions. OAK LAND SERVICE STATION, 1628 L st. '' 1-7 AUTO MECHANIC Good wages, 9 hours. Call at 1410 1st st. X E. Shop phone Nerth 3351. Res. phone North 7668. 7 Ji OFFICE APPRENTICES. Salary 140 per month. Call for inter view. Bureau of Standards. Pierce Mill road and Connecticut ave. 1-6 BARER Second hand for cakes and paw try. J- W. 6TOHLMAN. 1264 Wisconsin v. N. W. 1-7 2JABTENDER Good pax sd room. Ap rs -ply 1203 M st. N. W. T 1-3 BOOKKEEPER State experience and iaj ; ary expected; answer In own handwrit ing. BOX 475. Times oface. 3 AVCVAn . vk 4f uthnnl nn,1 .M.. good pay by .serving The Bulletin in wour neighborhood Inquire 510 12lh st. J. W.. 2d fleor. Mr. OLIVERI. 9 ;SOY WJde-efwake and energetic, to serve Times route sear North Capitol st. Ad- tfress P. D. MILLER. Circulation Dent ' - - - - - - as. sum. " . ADljrtBee.. -The PRESTO Lunch. jb hmja, w HELP WANTED MALE BOYS Go in business for yourself by owning a newspaper route in' Mt Pleasant and 14th street hill, N. W. Pa pers delivered after school hours. You can make as high as $15.00 per month on routes already established. Address BOX 169, Times office. tf BOY EEWINDEE, to wind moving picture films in booth; hours 1 to 6 p. m. COSMOS THEATER, 9th st. and Pa. ave. nw. 9 ELEVATOR BOYS for apt house; must be able to.oper- i .a. are switcuDoara; $40 per month. THE F. H. SMITH CO., 815 15th st. nw. 9 BOY For office. Apply at once, 92 Arcade Market. 1-5 BOYS White, to sell Loeffler's Liberty lunches; hours from 7 to 2 o'clock; sal ary ana commission. Ap.iy at once. 344 fa ave. ask lor aw. lawman. 4 BELL BOY Salary SS5 and board.. Arnilv Head Bellman, University Club, ISth and Eyo st. N, W. 1-6 BOT Fast white boy with wheel: good cnance to learn optical trade. WASH INGTON OPTICAL CO., 2nd floor, 911 Q St. N. W. 3 SOFT-D RINK. bottler wanted; experienced; 325 per week. Apply AMERICAN BOT TLING CO- 936 La, ave.N. W. 7 POSITIONS OPEN .FOR 'GOOD STEADY MEN AS CONDUCTORS AND . MOTORMEN These positions are permanent and pay well. The work Is suited for middle-aged men of -steady comportment as well as younger men of careful, industrious hahlta. Apply MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, 9 to 12 A. M. Instruction Department. WASHINGTON 'RAILWAY & ELECTRIC GO., 14th & East Capitol Sts. ' THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS YOU IF YOU ARE A SKILLED CHAUFFEUR AND AUTO MECHANIC. THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE COLLEGE 9th and O STS. N, W. Have Day and Evening Classes. Reasonable. Rates. Jy3-tf-ex-Su FRONT CLERK in first-class hotel, dress BOX 476, Times office. Ad- 4 COUNTER MAN Experienced: at once; good wages. CENTURY LUNCH, 1706 Pai ave. N. W. 4 COUNTER MAN Experi enced; white; mnst be neat and willing to work. Apply 1408 Pennsylvania Ave. N. "W. See Mr. Merchant. 4 COOK Short-order. Apply at once, NA TIONAL COFFEE SHOP. 6th and Pa. ave. N. W. B COOK White or colored; one who knows Hungarian cooking; good wages. Apply J15 9th t. N. W 1-3 WANTED Canvassers who would like to work for The Washington Times: good opportunity. Apply to MR. LARKIN. Cir- cuiation .Department. leza-ti DELIVERY MAN on commission basis for route paying between $15- and $20 per week, Can be doubled by capable man experienced In operating small car. Refer ences and bond required. Call between 11 and 3 O'clock at 703 12th St. U. W. 1-4 DECK HANDS to work on a dredge. L. E. SMOOT. 3020 K St. N. W. 7 ELECTRICIAN'S HELPER. Apply at once. J. BORRAS. 752 Mt. Pleasant n. w. 8 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to represent one of the most progressive and substantial firms in the United States. It will not be necessary for you to bcv(T your present connections, as the character of the work enables you to devote spar or part time. If you show ability a perma nent position with an unlimited future will be assured. Communicate with representa tive through BOX 102, The Washington Times. mh3-tf HOUSEMAN Experienced. Apply House keeper, Capital Park Hotel. N. Capitol st. 7 MAN For dairy. Apply WM. WHITE, Rives Station. Mt. Rainier. Md. 1-3 MAN "WHITE For lunch room. Day work. Good hours. Good pay. 4726 14th ST. N. W. 3 MAN for, GENERAL WORK IN GARAGE Washing and Polishing Cars. Good Pay for a Good Worker. f Apply. Superintendent Garage Potomac Electric Power Co.j 14th and C sts. N. W. 4 YOUNG MAN for SODA FOUNTAIN Easy hours. Good Pay. SOUTHERN DRUG CO, 13 th and G Sts. N. W. 1-3 YOUNG man to drive horse and wagon or electric truck; good wages. Apply LOOSE - WILES BISCUIT C0.t 513 B. L ave. N. E. 7 MAN Experienced call out, for commer cial photographer. BOX 449, Times of fice. 3 MAN For general work around private home; reference required. 1B01 K st. N. W. u 1-3 HILL man. 2 bench hands and turner. NATIONAL WOODWORKING CO., 39 N. Y. ave. N. E. A 1-7 HELP WANTED MALE YOUNG MAN to operate ele vator in apt. house from 6 to 10 o'clock each, even ing. -Must "be able to operate switchboard; $25 per month. THE F. H. SMITH CO., $15 15th st. nw. 9 MEN 15, to read taw 6 hours weekly, spare time; those qualifying will be given a 3100 scholarship In largest homy study law school. Address BOX 416, Times. YOUNG MAN, clean cut, to learn shoe business: good chance for advancement. BECK SHOE CO., 1012 7th St. N.W. 4 PORTER In dry goods store. Apply 820 7th st. N. W. L PORTER O'KEEFE'S BUFFET. 004 Pa. Ave. N. W. I3 SHOE SALESMEN $25 to S3 5 per week, with commission on all sales to skilled shoemen of good character and ap pearance. WM, HAHN & CO., Cor. 7th and K Sts. 3 SHOE 8ALESSIAN Good salary; perma nent position. ADLER'S, 706 th bL M TO- 3" SOLICITOR First-class house to house, to take orders for butter, etc. : salary starts at $20 per week; state particulars. BOX i7E Tlm nfflm. 3 STENOGRAPHER wanted; yonng man with plenty of iniatlve; no others need apply. Salary according to ability. AR MOUR & CO., No. 1. Center Market. 1-3 SEWER-LABORERS M) wanted. Apply ISth and Newton st. N. E. ?;! TAILOR Good wages; steady position or right man. 1539 14th st. N. W. 1-3 WArrERS Two; at once; good wages. 1792 Columbia rd. N. W. 5 A SPLENDID POSITION can be secured If you will state your quali fications in a want Aa unacr ciiuouon.i Wanted In The Times. Phone your ad. Main 6260. Bill will be sent. se27-tt "" HELP WANTED FEMALE A NUMBER OF P. B. X. oper a'tors wanted at a camp neai Washington; surroundings pleas ant and attractive; good salary, with room and board; operators are under the supervision of a house mother. Apply CHESA PEAKE & POTOMAC TELE PHONE CO., 8th floor, 725 13th st N. W. 1-7 CHAMBERMAID White; must be first; class, neat, and well recommended. Ap ply 2655 Conn. ave. N. W.. North 7371. 4 CHARWOMEN 2 white. Apply Supt.. Ox ford bldg.. 14th and N. Y. ave. ' 3 COLORED DAY CLEANERS. Apply Housekeeper. ST. JAMES HOTEL. 4 COUNTER GIRLS and waitretwes, 80, for Government cafeteria .work, no Sunday work. Apply DICK'S HOTEL AQENCT. 12th and Pa. ave. N. W. 3 DISH WASHER; also bus girl; $7 each,; no Sunday work. Call after 3 p. m. LITTLE HOME CAFETERIA. 1735 Pa avo- 1-7 OWING to the Increase of our buMn rss we need a few more girls to pack Loef fler's Liberty lunches. 344 Pa, ave ,si for MR. LAWMAN. 4 GIRL Small, to answer phone; 9 to 3, 941 N. T. ave. 3 GIRL Colored; to work In kitchen night from 5 to 12; no Sunday work. 415 East Capitol st. t GHtLS for day work, 1600 13th St. N. W. Phone N. 1955. - GIRLS White or colored; with or without experience; for fiat work department. FRAZEB POTOMAC LAUNDRY. 18th A D sts. N. w. see air. watKins. - LADY Helper for tailor shop. 1217 13th ot. N. W. ' 9 YOUNG LADY in candy store; no night; no Sundays; Wasningtonian preierre-i. Apply between 6 and 7 p. m., 711 7th St. N. W. i-4 LADIES can buy manufacturers' sample dresse, new 1919 spring models, at rea sonable prices, from MRS. SERBY. Apt. 31. 1432 R st. N. W. rnone A. ijib-w. fe4-90f MARCEL WAVER AND MANICURIST Expert. OQII.V1E si8TiK. i-n tonn. ave. Frank. 7922. 1-3 MILLINER for country store; must be neat; wltn some experience a saiemauj. age between 25 and 40. Apply by letter. n l TIPPERT. Vallev Lee. Md. 3 STENOGRAPHERS Competent; call at once. 701 isvans numiing. - SKIRT drapers and helpers on al Darts of 20wns. s. rv. FORT, 1143 Conn. ave. N. W. li SALESLADIES WANTED for all departments; good salary; with or without experience. Ap ply KING'S PALACE, 810 7th st. N. W. l-3 SALESLADY Experience not neceary; steady position BECK SHOE CO.. 1012 7th at. N. W. 4 TAILOBESS Experienced in buMiellng; also presser; good pay. 1127 14th st. N. W. I'3 TYPIST Gool salary; short hours. Apply BERMAN OPTICAL CO., 813 7th st. N. W. 3 WAITRESSES WANTED" EIGHT Wages, $2 per day. All meals. Also beginners, paid while learning. Apply CHILDS CO., 1423 Pa. Ave. N. W. 7 WMTRESS. chambermaid, laundress; boarding house. 717 10th tit. N. W. 3 YVA FT BESS Whl te. CONGRESS LUNCH. 204 1st at. S. B. WAIST AND SHIRT DRAPER Experi enced; long season. SPEIR, 1138 Conn av 4 WOMEN wonted to work In laundry. Rear 917 12th st. N. E. 8 SEVERAL BUSINESS WOMEN Capable of reprefcenting a Urge Now York concern with well petabllshcd connections in this city. Splendid opportunity for those contemplating leaving the Govern ment but desiring to take up Interesting and profitable work. Address BOX 101, Times offtce. mh3-tf FINE POSITIONS every day are secured by placing an ad In The Times "Situation Wanted" column. Phone an ad right away, an experienced operator will help you with it. BUI will be sent. sp27-tf DOMESTIC. GIRL for general housework in mornings. 1411 1t L V W. 3 GIRL for general housework, wait on table; stay nlghta. 1113 11th si. N. W. 7 HELP WANTED FEMALE D03IKSTIC. COOK and general house worker; good wages. 1858 Columbia road. Apart. 25. N 4 COOK First-class colored; can stay nights; $30 month. 1623 N. H. ave. Phone North 7923. COOK General housework stay nights; good wages. Ap ply at once 1101 Monroe si N. W. Phone Col. 4931. 1-3 GIRL Colored, for housework: no cook lng. 410 Ktt. N. W. 1-6 GIRL For general housework. 1304 Gi rard at. N. W. 1-4 GIRL for cooking and general housework stay nights; three in family; good wages. 1507 Buchanan St. N. W. Col. 4765-J. & GIRL for general housework; good place for right girl. 302C Newark st. N. W. Cleveland 442. 1-7 GENERAL ohuseworker; reliable woman, settled. Call 119 Sth at. N. E. 1-5 GENERAL HOUSEWORK, no washing. 1304 Glrard at. N. W. .1-3 LAUNDRESS 1338 lan dolph sfc.snw. Phone Col. 8441. - 9 LAUNDRESS and house cleaner, two or vthree days a week. Apply 1202 Dela lield pi. N. W. WOMAN Settled, general housework: 2 to cook for. 905 N st. N. W. North 4620. 8 WANTED Woman for general housework, with family of 3; pleasant basement room and bath; salary, 330 per month; references. S606 33rd st.. Chevy Chase, D. C. 1-5 WOMAN for general housework; white; no washing; stay nights; 340. Phone Cleve land 391 WOMAN Colored, middle-aged, for gen eral housework; good wages. 1329 II st. N. W. 1-4 HELP WANTED MALE AND FEjIALE. DUHTnQ 'or Identification purposes rrXKJ L,KJO finished promptly S1.0TJ. BROOKS' STUDIO. 1329 F St. N. W. . ja26-90t SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. DISCHARGED SOLDIER desires chauf feur position on truck or In private fam ily; 10 years experience. 40S 3rd st. N. W., SAM MADONIA. 8 YOUNG man wants position where educa tion, ambition, common sense and cour tesy, will be appreciated. Prefer oppor tunity to learn some particular business. Experience in selling and handling help. BOX 471, Times office. 1-3 YOUNG man, 10 years of age; high school graduate, desires position with some con cern as clerk in office or as otherwise At for. L. Colondny, 4423 Iowa ave. N. W. Phone Col. 8821. 1-7 CHAUFFEUR Private family. 347 M. st, S. W. 6 AUTOMOBILE- mecbanle- iielper; -teady employment. 1165 lata st. N. W. 9 T FOREMAN Experienced, all-around con struction, who has had 12 years constant experience In reinforced concrete docks, foundations, bridge and house building; .considered an expert handling labor, de sires position In or near the District. Ad dress B. O. BOX 46. Georgetown. D. C. 7 YOUNG MAN, discharged soldier, desires position with a reliable firm as clerk. Address BOX 465. Times office. 1-6 CLERICAL work wanted evenings, by young enlisted man; five years' general office experience; fast typist. BOX 457. Times office. .1-5 GOVERNMENT stenographer of 20 year.' experience desires steady night work. BOX 63. Times office. 1-4 OFFICE MANAGER open, experienced au ditor, accountant, correspondent and handling help; high indorsements. WILL IAM R. BRANCH. Glyndon. Md. l-4 POSITION where honesty and ambition will bring advancement; 12 years ex perience In an executive capacity. Address BOX 454. Times office. 1-4 YOUNG man, 32, discharged from the army, has little experience as salesman and advertising; can speak French, Ital ian, Greek' and English; read and write all four; willing to travel foreign or do mestlc. BOX 439. Times office. 1-3 AUTO MECHANIC Experienced; dis charged from service, wishes permanent position. BOX 484, Times office. 8 EXPERIENCED E3IPLOYES In every 'line may be secured by inserting a small ad In The Times Help Wanted. Phone your ad to Main 5260. Bill will be sent. sep23-tf FEMALE. YOUNG LADY Reliable, good penman, would like to address circulars at home. Address BOX 72, Times Of fice. 9 LADY, employed during day, desires night position selling tickets at a movio or as cashier; any section; N. E. preferred. BOX 467, Times office 3 DRESSMAKING Spring, summer nnd evening gowns North 3639-J. 9 WASH I-adleV o7 ""gentlemen's. 1914 New Hampshire ave. -3 pTANtTPUFILS FlrHtgrade pupils priv ferred; experienced teacher. BOX 4S1, Times office. 3 STENOGRAPHER Expert, will exchange work after 4:30 for ilrst-class dancing lessons. MISS COLEMAN, 1219 K st. nw. 7 WOMAN wants day work every day, from 8 to 4. Please call North 686S-W. 1-5 DRESSMAKING Spring, xumraer and evening gowns. North 3639-J. 1-3 FOR RENT GARAGES STALL for one or more ears In private garage. Enqulro at 419 Second st. N.W. Frank. 1234. 1-7 GARAGE spare. Rear liobart st. Phone fni mo-w 4 MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE MOVTNfr PADDED VANS XtLKJ V XiJ EXPERIENCED MEN PAf!TTNfi- furniture. China. Etc J. J.Vii-ll. VJ Experienced WHITE Men STOTCAlTF! private rooms. O-L V-M.V.O. VJJJ j: 00 1E.R MONTH & UP. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE UNITED STATES STORAGE CO., INC, 418-420 TENTH ST. N. W. PHONES MAIN 429 or FRANKLIN 2423. fe20-9fff MOVING PADDED VAN mU V mVJ FURNISHED. Phone M. 2010-2011. KREIU'b hXPRESS, 1226 H Street N. VK. STORAGE. PACKINQ AND 8HIPPINO. CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLKR'H. 920 Pa. avo. N. W. Phon Main 1282. RELIAELE QUICK SERVICE NEW 2-TON TRUCKS SHORT AND LONG HAULS. C U. THOMAS, 1216 B St. N. W. Jett-JOt HAULING TO AND FBOt WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE!. PHILADELPHIA. Ko job too large or small. Expert movers and packers. C. E. PHILLIPS. 426 3rd st. NW. Franklin 3001. 1-tl-IOt FOB LONG DISTANCE BIOVING, QUICK baggage delivery, trips to Baltimore, Wil mington and Philadelphia call MULLEN'S AUTO TRANSFER. 2018 9tb St. N. W. North 2879-J. 6MITHS TRANSFEB AND STORAGE CO. NORTH SS42, N. 3343, S. 3344. Night or Hoi day, Franklin 8911. .ung-uutance ainviog 3a31-30t FOR RENT ROOMS FURNISHED. IMh ST. N. W., 2026 Large front room, nicely furnished; plenty of heat; hot water. l- TWO nice large front rooms; unfurnished; with hath- rnmniMn for housekeeping. Call North 6992. 3 QUINCY ST. N. W., 734 Larg front ruuin. lurmsnea; ounauio u. . . -, gentlemen onlv. Phone Col. 1S22. 9 M 8T. N. W., 1213 Two Urge, well far- nisnea rooms in mooern uuuoc, u., .. privileges of dining room and kitchen: price. 360 and 340 Phone North 3303. 9 3028 O ST. N. W. Large and small rooma for three yourig ladles; In private home; board it desired: good location; use of phone and parlor. 9 TRYING ST., 1422 Large outside fnt room: four windows; good home tooklns; .....nlal .........fnra Hnl- 8471. 9 wvwfo..., on. . lwil.iew . - 1404 L ST. N. W. Nicely furnished room for two. Phone Franklln4783. 9 12th ST. S. .. 320 Two furnished frant rooms for 1 h.k.I.In. 4562. 9 GIRLS Tiro; to share apt. with 2 other ..I -l. iml TJ.i-lr T-nurt N. W. 9 1220 15TH ST. N. W Large 2ad floor front room, near bath. Franklin 2672; ,5' WOMAN, experienced, to assist on altera tions and repairs In tailor shop. 910 E St. N. W. il ONE BOOM, nicely furnished, large enough for two; second floor. 1430 Perry place N. W. 3 PLAT, OR 5 OB 6-ROOM HOUSE, unfur nished. N. E. preferred. Apply T. K. fiTtAVATT. IMS Roaedale St. N. E. 5 21st ST. N. W., 1516 Excellently furnished rooms witn Dam; prions uuuic. elu sive neighborhood; cars half block; board optional: all Jtnprovements; single bed; iiiifdM. fn, torn t-nntiemen: vacant March 5. Phone- North 8359. ATTR ACTIVE room In private home; electricity and hot water heat; gentle man or couple. Phone Columbia 4067. 9 Cth ST. N. W., 1127 Single nnd dorfble rooms. 32 per week and up. 1-3 G ST. SrE.. 630 Four large front rooms; suitable for two or more gentlemen; all rooms beautifully furnished. 4 6th 8T. S. &, 124 One large front room 'suitable for one or two gentlemen, near Navy Yard. ' MASS. AVE., 423 Nicely furnished room; electric lights; apart. S. D ST. N.'Wm S2 Neatly furnished room; plenty hot water? well kept house. 4 MASS. AYR. N. W., 437 Large 3rd floor front room, southern exposure, for one or two. 4 13th ST. N. W., 730 For rent, furnished room, desirable location; call after 6:30 p. m., except Sunday, 2nd floor. 4 BOOMSFOB BENT 714 G ST. N. E. Two large . rooms furnished for light housekeeping First floor. 714 O st. N. E. MRS. HUDLAU. 4 14th ST. N". W., 1102 Nicely furnished front room, electric lights, steam heat, bath same floor, no housekeeping. Phone Franklin 665. Apart. 1. 8 tfEWTON ST. N. W., 1626 Large," Vouth- front room; five windows; owner's home; plenty hot w.; unlimited phone. CpL 6720. CLIFTON ST. N. W., 1450 3d floor front room: hot-water heat. gas. Gentlemen. Phone Col. 3297. 1-3 CRITTENDEN ST. N. W- 1419 Elegantly furnished rooms, double and single, new home; mahogany twin beds; plenty hot water. 1-3 14tM ST: "N. W., 3101 Largo" corner, room, two beds, electric lighta;- use of phone; steam heat; convenient to shops, amuse ments and restaurants; men only; $45 per month. 1 MONTANA AVE. N. IL, 1018 Nicely fur nished front room, near bath, for 1. or 2 Jadies. Phone North 645i: 1-7 TST. N. W 45 Nicely furnished bed room; also parlor bedroom. 2d floor. 1-7 EXCLUSIVE. Mt. Pleasant section; hand somely furnished, newly papered and painted buy window front room, electric lights, h. v. h.; well kept corner house. Phone owner, Col. 6576. Couple or 3 gen tlemen. 1-7 THE STANTON APTS. (No, 52) A large, handsomely furnished room, tvery con venience; gentlemen preferred. 1-3 U ST. N. W 1724 Comfortably far. sec ond floor room, next to bath; $20; gent. 1-3 MASS. AVE. N. W., 937 Roommate want ,ed by man; can be seen anytime. 1-3 8th ST. N. E., 818 Large front room, next to bath; heat; gas. 1-3 K ST. N. W., 043-r-Good downtown loca tion; 3d floor; single; targe; 2 closets; bright; well heated; excellent service; moderate priced; gentlemen. 1-7 PA. AVE. N. W., 1208 Opp. Raleigh Hotel. nice room for man and wife or two men , heat and hot water all the time; central; no. car fare. 1-5 BILT3IOKE ST., 1832 One room to gentle men. In small private family; no other roomers. 3 MISSOURI, 337, block south 4th, Pa.; room $2.50; variety I. h. Ic's; everything fur. 7 TJ ST. N. E., 33 Room for gentlemen; board If preferred. 3 IRVING' ST. N. W., 1503 Beautiful 2d floor front room, very large, nicely fur- nlshed: near bath. Phone Cleve. 1349. 7 M ST. N. W., 432 Large front room, nicely furnlsnod. good light, comfortable chairs; convenient to downtown; suitable for two or three men. -5 ROOMS with bath; gentlemen only; pri vate family, exejusivo neighborhood. Phone Col 4S65. 3 24th AND PA. AVE. N. W.. 1003 Wanted roommate to share large pleasant room with quiet refined young lady, all modern Improvements, home priv ileges; board if desired. Phone West 2051". 7 U ST. N. E., 33 Room, kitchenette, back porch, partly furnished for I. h. k. 7 NEWTON ST. N. W., 1625 Large second south floor front room. 5 windows: near bath; plenty of hot water; unlimited phone. 1-8 UPSHUR, 610 Two nicely furnished room for three; private family. 1-6 21st ST. N. W., 732 Large, well-heated front room for housekeeping, $40 per month. Including gas; also board for two ladles. West 241. 1-6 TENN. AVE. N. E., 521 Excellent fur nished front room, second. floor. In pri vate family for two gentlemen. 6 NEWTON" ST. N. W., 1341 Large south front room In prUate family. Phone Col. 4427. 6 BUCHANAN ST. N. W., 1425 Two single rooms, near bath, for 2 men, referenres rouuired Phone Col. 445. 6 K ST. N. W., 938 Nice pleasant second floor front room; gentlemen only; pri vate home, references 6 19th ST. N. W., 801 One large front room; suitable for two men; twin beds; one single front room. 1-5 M ST. N. Yr.. 1837 Large tnrnished front room on 2d floor, suitable for two ladies or gentlemen; every convenience. Phone Frank. 1640. 1-6 lt ST. N. W.. 506 Large front room; aiillnkla fnf ? rt A In -i ! t A hnin a 3 COLUMBLY RD. N. W., 1334 Large front room for 2 or 3 girls, near bath. Phone Col. 4855. - . 6 KEN YON ST. N. W., 539 Secontl-story front room, for gentlemen only. $15 per month. . 1-1 R ST. N. W., 1307 One targe room; twin betlw; girls only fc2S.30t HOBART ST. NT W., 10S9 Gentlemem modern room, Mt. Pleasant car linn; near Kanneaaw Cafe. Phone Col. 1370-W. 4 BATHS Shower and Tub . A. ROBINSON BARBER SHOP. 416 12th st.. Opposite Raleigh Hotel. ao26-90t SID. AY'E. N. E., 324 Nicely furnished room near bath 4 LARGE ROOM For three. Col. 4910. 1716 Cgl. rd. N. W. 1 QUINCY ST. N. W.. 722 One nicely fur nished room for 1 man, near bath. Phone Col. 3359. 6 P ST. N. W., 1518 Two nice rooms: two ladles each. 1-5 17th ST. N. W., 1752 One large front room; h.-w. h. ; near bath; for 1 or 2. North 5600 4 THE BEST ROOMS IN WASHINGTON can be secured by simply phoning The Times, Main 5260, and Inserting a small ad at .a small cost under Wanted Rooms. Bill will be sent An experienced opera tor will help you write the ad. se27-tf I FOR RENTROOMS FURNISHED. 13th ST. N. W S015 Large room In mod ern private home, sultablo for one or two gentlemen. Phone Col. 3554. 8 M ST N. W 1109 Young ladr will share beautiful room; single beds, electric lighta. h.-w. h., tile bath. 8 BEAUTIFULLY furnished room in fine new apartment house near Dupont Circle; twin beds; next to bath; suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Phone North 6142. Apartment b3. 4 UPSUUB ST. N. Wrt 610 Nicely famished room suitable for two ladles or gentle men. . 8 LAMONT ST. N. W;, 1523 Two outside. rooms, second floor; near bath. 4 ILLINOIS. AVE. N. W 4007 Large front room, 3 windows, h.-w. h., electricity, near bath, for 2 persons. Col. 8394. 8 EUCLID ST. N. YV- 1236 Modern front; good; 3 girls; I. h. k. 4 B ST. N. W., SI Nlceiy furnished front room sultale for two; also front hall roomt suitable for kitchenette, partly fur nished. Call Sunday or after 5 week days. 11th 8T. N. W., 1410 Three small, sunny, communicating rooms; hot-water heat; L h. k. privileges; for 5 girls; alto one single room. 8 TRNTON HOUSE, 313 PA. AVE. N. W- Furnished rooms by week, $3, $3.50, $4; light housekeeping, hall rooms, $2, $2.50. 2d ST. N. E 314 Bright, larger sunny room, near bath: steam heat; telephone; hot water. M. AMES. 8 WABDEB ST4 3650 Large, double 2-floor front room: nicely fur.: adjoining bath; steam heat, elec. light, constant hot water: reasonable: convenient to 9th st. cars. 4 KENTUCKY AVE. S. E., 113 Refined young lady wouja like to share large beautiful room overlooking Lincoln Park. Phone Lincoln 4725. 8 !nd ST. N. YV., 103 Largo rooms, running water: 1. h. k. 4 NORTH CAPITOL ST;, 1533 Two room. 1. h. k. and parlor with bed; employed couple: no children; h. w. lu 3 14th ST., 1015, Apt, 30 Excellently fur nished front rooms; electric lights; steam heat; parlor; piano; unlimited phone. N. 9104. 7 13th ST N. W 1502 Nicely furnished front room; electric lights; next to bath; $20 for one. $25 for two. Phone Frank. '6439; . 7 EUCLID ST. N. W., 1108 Clean, sunny room; electricity; near bath; 1 or 2 gen tlemen. Phone Col. S5.14. 7 ILLINOIS AVE. N. YV., 4097 Large front room; 3 windows; lu-w. h.; electricity; near bath; for 2 persons Col. 8394. 7 COLUMBIA RD., 1760 Large front room for two or three mitt; near bath. CoL 7004. 7 ADAMS ST. N. W., C8 Small second floor front room, for 1 or 2 young ladles; $13; n ear byvboard. Phone North 81 4 3. 4 11th ST. Nrw lill Room, with board for one gentleman. Phone Frank. 4339. 1-4 VERMONT AVE., 1324 Best appoint ments, private home; gentlemen only. Franklin 34 5. 4 l4th ST. N. W 2621 Cha- pultepec Inn, nicely furnished room, suitable for two. nol3-tf F ST. N. E., 636 One nicely furnished room, twin beds, near bath, for 2 per sons. Phone Lincoln. 4089-J. 3 K ST. N. E., 624 One large nicely fur nlshed room, suitable for two; h.-w. b. Lincoln 4393-J. 3 RHODE ISLAND AY'E.. 1301 Overlooking. lowa circle; an nome -comioru; only girls accommodated 1-3 FURNISHED BOOMS WITH BOARD EUCLID ST. N. YV., 1361 Two very at tractive, communicating front rooms; southern exposure; electric lights; plenty of hot water; also other rooms. 9 FRONT ROOM, second floor, with board' for three; reasonable. 305 L St. N.W. 5 MONROE ST. N. W., 1667 Tiny room; ex cellent board. Phone Columbia 5S26. 4 FAIRMONT ST., 1346 Large, well-furnished front room; brass bed; for 3c or 4 young ladles; good home table; also va cancy for 1. CoL 1754. 4 12th ST. N. W., 1124 Large front room for 3, also smaller room for 2, with board. 3 A ST. S. Z, 414 Rooms and board. 1-3 UNFURNISHED. ROOMS, 3 or more, unfurnished, for house keeping by party employed at Navy Yard; 4 in family. Box 485. Times office. 14 YVANTED ROOSIS TWO or three furnished or unfurnished rooms for 1. h. k. ; no children: nortu west section. BOX 488, Times office. 5 TWO or three rooms for L h. k.; man, wife and 10-month-old baby: own. dishes and silverware, cooking utensils and linen; N. E. preferred, but all reasonable offers considered; permanent. BOX 482, Times office. a LARGE room and small room in North west section In apartment house, that can be used, for dancing studio, exclusive surrounding. 1214 N st. N. YV. 1-7 FURNISHED room, small, by refined young man: walking distance of Treasury; must be reasonable. T. T. HACKNEY, Ox ford Hotel. 1-3 THREE or four rooms, by March 1 or April 1. Phone Main 9657, or write BOX 416, Times office. 1-3 ROOMS APARTMENTS Register at once. Big demand. CENTRAL BUREAU, 814 Evans bldg. feS.JOt BOARD. BOARDERS 1155 Morse st. N. E. Line. 4682-J. 1-3 6th ST. N. E., 102 Arundel Dining Room. Elegant table board, home cooking, weekly rate, $5.50 and $6.59, special Sun day dinner. 60c. 3 PARK ROAD AND HLYTT (one square west of 14th) Home cooking; select few; special rates by month. CoL $212. ' 3 MOTHERS, BOARD YOUR CHILDREN while you work: trained nurse; reason able. 1271 F st. N. E. l-jal4-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TAILOR SHOP for rale. 5514 Colorado ave. N. W 3 200,000 SHARES Oklahoma. Texas. P. & R. OH, now $2 each; 23 wells producing. 25 drilling. Price enhancement expected. HARRY H. FONES. Agent, 540 Shepherd st. N. W. 4 HAVE YOU SEEN THE NIAGARA OIL BURNERS? CLEAN. SAFE. ECONOMICAL. A MECHANICAL MARVEL Free territorial rights are going fast. See this burner in operation at Niagara Oil Burner Co., Inc., 909 H st. N. W. Ph. Main-1712. febI8-tf PAPERING raperhanglng and painting done reasonable Phone or write. Frank. 5662. THE TABOR CO.. 203 B st. N. W. fell-tOt NOTICE UNPAID TAXES OFFICE OF COMMISSIONERS OF THK DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. February 17. 1919. Notice is hereby given that in con formity to law, the pamphlet containing a list of taxes in arrears on real property In the District of Columbia on the 1st day of July. 1918, also aU assessments sub ject to sale, has been printed. A copy thereof will bo delivered to any taxpayer applying therefor at the office of the col lector of taxes of the District of Colum bia, and If the tax or assessments due. together with the penalties and costs that may havo accrued thereon, shall not be paid prior to the day named for sale, namely, tho 11th day of March. 1919. the property Involved will be sold under our direction at public auction, at the office of the collector of taxes of the District of Columbia, commencing on tho said 11th day of March, 1919, between thoOiours of 10 o'clock In the fort-noon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and. continuing each fol lowing day. Sundays' and legal holidays excepted, until all such delinquent prop erty Is sold LOUIS BROWNLOW. W GWYNN GARDINER, a W. KUTZ. Cora- mlssioners of the District of ColunAla. fel18.104.22.168. ihS.4 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS BOILER, horlxontal, 20-horse power, and engine, with 20-foot emoke stack. Ap ply W. W. GRIFFPTH. 1st and N Sts. N.R. 5 FTTBNTTURE. miscellaneous Large oak, buffet, round table, mag. parlor table, iron bed, bentwood chairs, walnut halt rack. 603 11th St. N. W. Bookstore. 1-5 OVERCOAT Man's for lined; genuine Persian Iamb collar; fine condition; for sale cheap. 112 Kentucky ave. S. Ew or can Lincoln 4725. COAT, fart dresser, bed; ad sew; trill sacrifice for cash. 1813 Q st. N. W., Apt. 510. - ONE gallon stroke gasoline psapi sew. 115 Florida ave. N. E. North 1101. l-3 ANDERSON'S pneumatic, automatic anto Urea, 34x4, slightly used, bargain. Ap ply 1347 TJ at. N. W. DIAMONDS Jewelry of aU kinds wasted to buy; alto all old clothing. 1735 17th st- N. W. North 15J3. !- SODA FOUNTAINS Latest BBodeU sow a display; fountains carried in stock, far prompt delivery; manufacturers prices and terms; also" carry everything la foun tain supplies? BURCH & KLSF& Ina, 4SI Pa. ave. N. W. fel-S9t TIE PIN'S Solid gold designs; sead year address and $1; big bargain: money back guarantee. LEONARD NOVELTY CO, 1400 Broadway. New York ei 1-4 SEND $10 and we win send you, postpaid, a twenty-one Jeweled watch? twsnty-flve-year gold-filled case; money back if not entirely satisfactory. LEONARD NOV ELTY CO. 1400 Broadway, New York eiy. 1-4 CORDWOOD Dry pine, sawed and cut any length. $11 delivered. Call Woodslde 21-M. fe20.15t PINK AND OAK;, any length; SIS per cord delivered. Phone Frank. 1817-W. fsl9.30t KINDLING WOOD Delivered, S3 a toad; also packing boxes for sale. J. H. FITZ GERALD, 24 Jackson st, N. E. Phone M. 1006. fel4.30t GAS RANGES BSPAX&XD aad rebuilt CLYDE L. BOWERS. 1307 H at N. W. Main 7094. eaS3-0t MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PIANO Upright, "mah.oganyr used only one year, $175 cash. Apply J14 Adams St. NT. W., or phone .North 9552 8 PIANO Small Grand Weber'; left oa sale with as to be sold oa rental terms to reliable party. ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO. 13th aad O Sts. fel9-tf $223 Victor Yietrola cheap for cash; will exenange tor piano, an axasa. ave. N. W. 4 PHONOGRAPHS Large Victor, S1S0; large Columbia. $75: small Columbia. cabinet and records, $50; small Vlctrola and records, $35: several well known ma chines mat play au maxe records, jbo style, $35; 1100 style. $60; $125 ctyle, $90; $325 style, $125. Why pay more? Open until s p. m. sis .aiaaa, ave. 4 BRADBURY PLAYER-PIANO; eoet S59; $200 for quick, sale; Will allow full value loc-your piano or victroia la exenange. 519 Mass, ave. 4 VICTROLA $90 machine; sell reasonable; leaving town, WEBSTER, 2 I st. N. E. 4 PIANO Upright; good; 75; also large victroia ana records, jjs. sis Mass. ave. N. W. 4 Square Pianos We hare 3 used square plants which must go to tnkke room for other stock. Sacrificed for 410, $20 and $30. Act quick. Also big lot of 6-ln. Em erson records, 4 for 25 cents. J. M. BOKOLOVE. 1742 7th st. N. W. Muxlo Stare. fy$-30t FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES. '18 INDIAN; eleev equipped tanrfem, $275. 1342 R stl, after 5 o'clock, last room back. 6 MOTORCYCLE Indian, 1916. twin. Call .0510- Gales at, N. E. after 6- p. m. 3 NEW and second-hand motorcycles; expert repairing and battery works; terms If desired. 709 H st. N. W. Phone F. 3734. Ja24.3od.30t MOTORCYCLE Smith ; per fect condition; cheap if sold at once. Call Mr. ZEPP, Circu lation Department, The Wash ington Times. fel4-tf HORSES AND VEHICLES. FOR HIRE Good horse and wagon, $2 per day to-, reliable party. 614 M sC- N. W., or phone N. 833 l-3 HORSE and buggy, cheap. 1014 M st. S. E.. or phone Lincoln 1169. 6 SIX horses, three mares, three mules. Rear 468Pa. ave. N. W. l-4 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WILL CALL, city or sab.; pay highest cash prices for ladles', men's and children's worn .clothing, shoes; send postal or phone J. TARSHES. 1303 7th nw.; phone North 4M TWO RIDING HABITS SIxe 36 aad 38. Phone North 5408-W. S BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE, set used; most be in good condition and bargain. Call Columbia 5720. 1-4 WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your goods to the man who gives the most money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. SMALL SAFE, about 18x24 Inches; mmt be in good condition and cheap for cash. Box 6. Times office. ' 1-5 FUENITUEE All kinds, wanted to furnish aa 11-rooa bouse recently purchased. Franklin 66(3. WE'LL GIVE CASH FOB YOUB Pianos and Talking Machines Ellis & Arnold. 1323 O st. Main S914. DO NOT EXPERIMENT We are the largest in the line. Send in your old straw hats and leave the rest to as for your own interest. WE WANT TO KEEP YOU AS A CUSTOMER. We put new life and stylo In your hat. BACHRACH'S, Main (609. 915 O st. N. W. FURNITURE wanted Immediately for lx- room nouse; an kidu. viii rrans. n. 14 HAVING constant demandsfor household and office furniture. I am In a position to pay the highest prices. Buying contents ot bouses and apartments my specialty. A H. LEVY. Phone Franklin 2423. fe30-90t rpfYT PAQH PlU1 t0T second-hand :r 1 Uon clothing. Will calk I. KEIL. 1626 7th st. nw. Ph. North 1944. DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY. Highest PrlceaPald. Bought for cash from pstvate parties aad estates. 316 Washington Loan and Trust building. 9th and F ata. N. W. ja31-90t HAVE YOU 2ND HAND FURNITURE? We have the price you ask let's get to gether. Sherman's 1015 N. Y. ave. N. W. 1143 7th st. N. W. Main 3599. North 3492. WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, eta. Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have us call. "WESCHLER'a" 920 Pa. ave. N. W. OLD GOLD AND SILVER I ORPN7 JEWELRY CO.. M. 9559. aoLix BUYS""". PLATINUM. JEWELRY Ul lYftJiNLb MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-r230 to $300,000 oa D. C real estate. Several trust funds. All transactions conducted with economical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building. 807 16th st. N. W. no25-90t HONEY TO LOAN en real estate; lowest rates; prior payment Srlvtleges; large amounts. TYLER A. .UTHERFORD. (17 ISth at, (TO3S-t FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES THE TIMES " Used Car Service Bureau WHAT WE WILL- DO FOR YOU Find the used car you wantfohuy ; " '; Find a buyer fbr fh car you wish to self,. ' OUR -INFORMATION DEPARTMENT IS AT YOUR SERVICE FREE Do you wish to know the year the used car you think of buying was manufactured? If so, just phone Main, 52t56, ask for used car depart ment, give number and model of car and date and selling price.will be immediately given you. PHONE YOUR WANTS TO USED CAR SER VICE BUREAU, MAIH 5260. ASK FOR MISS REID. EVERY, CUSTOMER A BOOSTER. Ample proof of oar quality ears. Phone us about the car you want "iad a representative will bring; it to yfear , door for demoaatratloa, v 1917 Chalmers Cabriolet .'.,. MM 1918 Locomobile ;. 375 1918 Apperson. Tearing 337 1918 National Roadster, 4-pasa. Al most new. tip-top condition. ...,.$2.(44) Two 1918 Ford Taxis, each. ........... 5494 1 -ton Vim. Trunk, all ready J7e Vim Taxi, almost new..... ...... ...81,449 1917 Cadillac 7-pass, touring I1.2M 1917 Chandler 6-pass. Sedan..... ...jl.IW 1318 Bulck light ( Touring... 334 1918 Chalmers Demonstrator. ;...... 11.4(9 1917 Chalmers 7-pasa. Touring....... $S7S 1913 National 7-pasa. Touring... , ..$L9 191( National 7-passenger......,....$L2a 1917 Veils, 6-pass. Touring ik. SJj All our cars have extra .tires aad. are In excellent condition, all ready for "yea te take away. COMBS MOTOR COMPANY, Phone North. 7161, 121 V St. N. W APPERSON 1918. faaring, aewlr rntnfnl and overhauled; tires, top, etele ex cellent condition; a bargain. HtTMMSK MOTOR SALES CO., 1020 Conn. ave. X. W. I- DETEOrr STORAGE BATXEKiaeV For Any Car. Long Life and Efficiency Ooarasteed, We Are Distributors for the DistzfeC HTNE3 AUTO SUPPLY CO, 20 D St. N. W Franklin 2524. fe3-tf BOETNICK & "WILLCaES, Motor car diagnosticians; expert meter repairing, adjusting ot carbureters" sAd magnetos. North 22.60. 1349 WB.K. w. feb3t-tt , Broken Windshield: and Sedan Glasses replaced while yon. wait. Glass Dept.. Washington, Showcase Exchangs. (32 D st. N. W. Jal-30t CHANDLER. B-oassenrer. 6-cr Under t tires; one brand-new Firestone; slight repairs needed; must sell this week; cheap for cash or terms. 1313 Florida ave. aw. CoL 693. Reg.WT.) l-( LATE 1917 COLS EIGHT. Club roadster: absolutely perfect condition; Just out of the paint shop: many, -extras and good tires; wiU. sacrifice to gates: buy er. BORTNICK Ss. WILLCHER'S GA RAGE, 1341 WlUN.W. North 23(0.. SEE REAL BARGAINS Condition guaranteed. One Dodge tear ing. One Oakland touring. One Scricp" Booth roadster. LIBERTY CAR SALES CO 1803 14th st. N. W. (North 6Q52.) TWO-TON TRUCK. Ford Engipe. Guar anty chassis; largelnciosed body? ran J months: payment on easy terms. Apply D. N. PRATT. 129 Rock Creek Church rdV Ph. CoL 3229-W. (Reg. 8804.) T FORD- ROADSTER, 1917 model; -good aa new; will give full demonstration, 332a for cash. Apply (1 E a. N. K, Frank. 3383. (Reg. 7004.) 4 FORD touring;. 1915; good ceadttioa; 873; Sundays and evenings. CoL 28(9; day time Main 5180. (Reg. 7003.) t FOEDS FOEDS FOEDS OTerhaaled complete for 320; all makes repaired. JOHNSON & GREEN CO.. 761 Q st. N. W. feb3-90t FORD 1917 touring ear, fire passenger, ia Kwtt cgamuon. ruvuv ududib ?v. 856 Penn. ave. 3. E. (Reg. (078.) ' IT FORD Touring car; good conditloa; rea sonable. Phone Mala 1719. or call 4401 Ord st Kenllworth, D. G. (Rez. 6088.) 1-8 WV0T a-VTftA 111 n.f.. ,w..tt4.M. . UW UiMrt. mj-. .VHIII.1PB, vsmb 2309 N" st, N. W. West 2354. (Rag. 7836.) FORD touring; demountable rims, self starter, electric lights; ail new tires; engine Just overhauled. In very 'good con dition. Inquire 1200 Bye st. N. E. (Reg. 6071.) S FORD OWNER We Will pat a 8110 Disc Starting and Lighting. System oa yes ear this week for 885.00. And. Guarantee It! 1 1 HTNES "AUTQ SUPPLY CO, (20 D St N. W. Franklin 3124. ' fe30-m HAYNES 7-pass 1918; sell or trade Ser smaller car; penect mecnamcai eonor tlon. Call MISS EGAN. Main 82(0. 3 HUDSON 7-passenger 1918.. Cole 8-ejL cnummy roadster it. uiarmooue 4-eyi. 5-passenger 1918. Stuts 7-passenger 1911. HALL'S OARAGE, 1418 3 st. N. W. 8 MAXWELL 1917 touring, original paiat and upholstery new. .Motor a excellent condition. A very economical car; terma. HUMMER MOTOR SALES CO, 1020 Conn, ave. N. W. 1-3 MARION HANDLEY sedan, 1918 model. thoroughly overhauled, newly painted; has Continental Red Seal motor; like new throughout. See this car before you bay a new one. HUMMER MOTOR SALES CO.. 1020 Conn. ave. N. W. 1-3 THE TIMES AUTO EMERGENCY SERVICE Is at your disposal if you are in aeed of a haul home, gasolene or help of any kind. CALL MAIN 5-2-8-0 (Put this memo in your notebook). Ask for auto emergency state your troubles and give" the phone number you are using and you will be Immedi ately connected with the nearest re liable service station to your loca tion. THERE IS NO CHARGE TOR THIS SERVICE. YOUR engine troubles explained; get Dyke's Auto Encyclo. Pearlman's, 931 Q. st. n,W. Ja21-tf TWO-TON TRUCK: internal gear drlvet good condition throughout: genuine bar gain. UNION STATION GARAGE. 61 Eya st. N. E. (Reg. 6075.) fel5-iBt MITCHELL 1917 touring, la Al condition. The price will suit you. X will make terms to suit. Don't buy before you see this car. MR. HUMMER. 1020 Conn. ave. N. W. 1-3 MITCHELL 1917 7-passenger; splendid condition. Calljt999 Main. 4 , NATIONAL Six cylinder sport Phaeton"; 1917 late model; In excellent condition run only 1200 miles; very reasonable. Mala 1417. (Reg. (089.) i-T REO 5-passenger, 4-cyUader. X extra tires. new top; Al running condition. 3 Hl)fe yer court. North 6516, (Reg. 7005J 3 - LJET