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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: SATURDAY,' MARCH 29, 1919.
14: LOST AND FOUND BAG Blue silk, containing S6 an5 change; lost Saturday afternoon, March 15, in Center. Market. Finder please com municate with F. A. PENN. Branch 50, French High Com mission; reward. i-29 BBACELET-Gold band; be JrS. 15ta and 24tb; reward. Mlas AGNES TVEY. 2106 F at, n. w. - -" . BAB piN-Wednesday, WW . ?& .v bet. M st. and corner N. H. are. ana Dupont circle: three &&?5Std , v,imj-k bar nln. Reward ii returnea ?? Kt.MV? G? cSbta. tto Connecticut. pt. 72. ' llii BAB PIN. within the week: & Jet alternately wit! pearls -and green stones. Ubertl reward oSCTtS. Mgu WU KINS. 609 Northbrook. ConrU. Kth ana Newton sts. N. W BREASTPIN-Old-fashloned, gpld; valued etrloom; between Columbia road and Newark at. Will finder -please return to 3214 Newark at. or phone Clave. 7217 l-a BEADS White pearl, probably on 14th at. cars. MISS SCHULTZ. 1452 Fairmont t.y. W Col. 2471. . BOX Coslainins three aUver pieces, eac bearing Initial S;" Sth - car or 9tt at near F. Return to Apt. 2, 17 S- . Reward , 'BULLDOG White, with bhvck WJ?: Ing brass-studded collar and Hcense tag? answers to name of Bobble. Return, to 3201 Conn, ave. Liberal reward. - CAMEO BBOOCH Small, Moiay, be tween 609 Kenyon at. aw. and GoMea berg's, probably on car or la store. -..,-; . can vmn-wnn t M. W reward. 10 CAT Will the party who took whit Per sian cat from 1131 15th at. JL W.ro torn same Reward and no . flBeswM asked. CAT Large gray, wlUi a lame foot; lost In the neighborhood of 14th and Ken- Ton, Pleas notify Dr. Lochbocler. phone Col 4408. or Franklin 6587. 1-23 . KAKRtNG Diamond and pearl pendant. Return to Apt 65. The Victor!. 14 -h and Clifton sts. N. W. Reward. 1-31 GOLD BRACELET Saturday, marked "Harold lniide Beward TsELLTfc. GEORGE. 2(29 L st. ? W. Weft 1991-W. HAT PIN Turquoise and cold. In smalt blue bat, reward. Return 1308 Conn axe. N W. 1-29 JSEYS Buneh: return to GEO. ECKLOFF, 58 42 RMair nl. N. E. Reward. 1-29 XAF BORE Northeast section of city; re ward it lrft at Mrs. K. Fagan. 18 7th' at N E l-2 NECKPIECE Blue fox-; lost at 14th, ISth xt N W. . please return 1746 Mass. are.: reward l-2 NOSE -GLASSES In cane, between CoL ave. and 17th st. Reward if returned to 1414 Kennedy st Phone CoL 4910. 23 ODOMETER "Veeder," for Ford car, bet. Clarendon and Central City, via Chain Bridge Reward. noUfy Rosslyn 1L8-F4. 1-29 OVERCOAT and key; any amount paid for keys 219 Woodward bide. 1-23 PARASOL Violet llk, new, with white ivory handle, lost In taxicab between Union Station and Dupont Circle. Re ward. 1738 P St. Frank 4147 1-23 PIN Fraternity, diamond shaped ; wt in pearls: lost on Friday. Reward if re turned 1413 New York ave. 1-21 PIN Platinum bar, with six diamonds. Finder will receive reward; please re turn to 3019 Cambridge pi N. W.. phone West 3805. after 6 p. m. r room S". Treasury bldg.. phone Main 6400, Branch 6(. from 9 to 4:30 31 PBvdiamond sunburst, eight large diamonds, bet, 33rd and 34th sts. on 0. Return 3321 0 st. N. W.; reward. 28 IN Huyler's, 12th and F sts., or on Lincoln Park car, a black pocketbook containing diamond lavalliere, two dia mond rings, money and sev eral receipts; $100 reward. 516 A St K.E. 29 POCKETBOOK Folding, Thursday, con taining 313 cash, automobile driver's per mit. Maryland and District. Reward If returned THADDEUS H. ELDER. 714 7th st N E 29 rOCKETBOOK Containing owner's card 2nd money, on Mt. Pleasant car, .Conn. ave March 28. Advise OWNER. Times office, reward. 1-29 CESE Blue suede. Friday. 28th, on Pa. ave. between 16th and 18th sts.. contain ing pay slip with Edna Riley's name on it and Llbertv bond Finder please return to EDNA RILEY, 1520 9th st. N W.. receive award l-29 PURSE Brown, containing $11 In bilk and change, on 26th and G car or be tween 19th and G or 19th and D Return to 1440 W st N. W , or phone North 75S5-J. 1-29 SCARF Brown fox. large tail, on Fair month Rt , bet 11th and 13th. Thursday, about 37.30 Reward if returned to MISS I M BEIT. 2626 11th St. N W 30 UMBRELLA Black kilk; on 14th otreet ! car. silver handle with initials E. E M. Call Cor 2644 Reward. 1-29 UMBRELLA Lot Saturday in" Wallis Cafe. 12th and G sts ; also glanses. lost Tuesday in Loew's Palace Theater. Rv ward. call CoL 7b&. 1-S VALISE Black, empty, on North Wash ington st.. Alex.. Va Reward if return to Gibson's Drug Store. Alexandria. Va. 31 WATCH FOB Lost on I4th htreet car be tween Shepherd and Munitions building, gold seal watch fob on black ribbon. -e- ward Phone Col S208 1-29' WRIST WATCH Octagon shaped, gold: Bristol case, Swiss model, reward for return to 3019 N st X W 1-29 WRIST WATCH Gold face. 14k. 15 Jewell 11 .0 Friday night, navy yard car or 6th nnd 6th stx and Fla ave., liberal reward Tor return or information regarding the same 6JVj Morton pi. N. E. 29 MUJtD PIO Vicinity of Chain Bridge, Call Watrh- -.. r-H-l.. Ilplilm in lll.lt. ,,,, ....,. 30 HELP WANTED MALE AMBITIOUS BOY Neat appearing boy as messenger to advertising department Un usual opportunity to learn a busi ness where your future salary de pends only on yourself. MR. GOLD5BOROUGH. Washington Times. t A rBACTlCAL TBAINXNO Xn 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 sight. In 2 to 9 months. In dividual Instruction. Catalog of particu lars on request. (School in session all rear get In touchy cow). COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING. 14th and T sts. y W. Phone North 271. fcSl-tt BAKBEB Colored: $18 guaranteed; good for S30. 3304 14th st. Col. 3685. 1-1 BOYS Co in business for yourself by owning a newspaper route in southwest section. Papers delivered after school hours. You can make as high as $15.00 per month on routes already established. Address BOX 169, Times office. tf BOYS Fine, neat appearing boys to sell LOEFFLER'S LUNCHES; hours 6:30 until S p, m.; good wages.- commission, and permanent position. .Apply at once. 344 Pa. ave. N. W 3 BOY to learn house painting or one with some experience,- AnpryC44 -Ga. a'we. pSsw: -.-.; JL1 ZZ r . - HELP WANTED---MALE BOY White, fast, with wheel; good salary and chance to learn the optical business. Apply 2d floor, WAS HINOTON OPTICAL CO,911(xsinw. 2 BOY wasted to serve Time root In southeast- Apply at once. BOX 230. Time office. ' mhl8-tf bot nndfswake and enerrrerJe. to Times route near North Capitol at. Ad dress P. D. MILLER, Circulation Sept, Times office. . . U BUSHKLMAN Wanted a odm; steady position. Apply.1211, Tf. Y. ave. 1-1 COOK. Night work; dishwasher and bus ooy, oaur wont, .ojjiujr ?t uu a.c. York aVeTN. W. 30 CABINET maker and finisher; ' must have had experience in furniture store; permanent posi tion; gopd salary. P. J, NEE CQ 7th & H sts. N. W. 4-31 " T - PERMANENT WOEK GOOD PAY FOB GOOD STEADY MEN AS CONDUCTORS AND MOTORMEN. Qiese positions axe perma nent and pay well. The work is suited for middle-aged men of steady comportment, as well as younger men of care ful, industrious habits. Apply Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 to 12 a. ni Instruction Department, WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELECTRIC CO- 14th and East Capitol Sts. 1-31 DRUG CLERK .Tnnlor; good hours and good salary. Address BOX 4, Times office. 1-7 THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS YOB IF YOU ARE A SKILLED .CHAUFFEUR AND AUTO MECHANIC. THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE CO LLEOB 8 th and O 8TS. N. W. Have Day and Evening Classes. Reasonabla Rates. DENTAL MECHANIC Experienced, col ored: must be good, gold and rubber worker: good pay for tne rignt man. Ap ply at once Address Dr. W. U. JEFFER SON. 614E. Queen at.. Norfolk. Va. 1-29 DISHWASHER Colored. . Apply YALE LUNCH. 726 13th St. J. W. SO DISHWASHERS Colored, good wages. COLUMBUS LUNCH, 638 ?ortn Capitol at 29 DRIVER Who can drive horse or Ford truck: good opportunity for a hustler; good salary Apply FRANKLIN LAUN DRY. 508 I3tn st. n. iv. j-z- FARM LABORER Experienced, white or tage furnished. Montgomery county, Md. Apply 912 Evans Bldg.. 1420 N. Y. ave. 30 FEEDERS Job press, at once; good pay for right party. Ap ply W. F. LEE, Capital Pub. Co., 332 C'st. N. W. 1-2 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to represent one of the most progressive and substantial firms In the United States. It will net be necessary for you to sever your present connections, as the character of the work enables you to devote spars cr 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. mra.tr. WANTED Job printer; first class man on high grade Job work. HAYWORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE, 627-629 G St. J. W. 1-31 WANTED Linotype operators: night work, seven hours. 338 per week. Apply THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 44 G st. N. H. 1-30 MAN, young, to assist in kitchen; one with some knowledge of doughnut mak ing. Apply H. F. KING, 704 Ninth st. N. W. 30 YOUNG MAN of refinement as a front derk. BOX 336, Times office. 1-30 MAN White: who understands mueetj business. Apply Stand 11, Arcade Mar ket. 30 MAN Over 17; to help painter and paper hanger, experience not necessary; knowledge of Ford car preferred; can room and board with family if desired. Apply M I POWELL. United Cleaning Shop. 1C28 14th st. N. W. 4 MAN Young, for office work and cleric ship supply store. JOSEPH H. LEE. 3205 K st N. W. I.3Q. MAN Experienced garage man for night work; good wages. C&6 Pa. ave. 8. E. 29 MAN Elderly colored, as night watchman. Apply FRAZEE-POTOMAC LAUNDRY. ISth and D sts. N. W.. between 9:30 and 11:30 a. m. 1-39 MAN Colored, for pressing on Hoffman machine. Call at once, LENINE, 30S8 Mt. Pleasant. 1-1 MAN to put on undercoats In automobile paint shop. Apply 2448 Ga. ave. N. W. 1 MAN To work in laundry; prefer licensed engineer PEERLESS LAUNDRY, rear 317 12th st. N E. 9 .MEN to take charge of established route, solicit order and make deliverins with trnm or truck. Address Lock Box 1241. City Postofflce. Washington. I) 4 NIGHT MAN ReimbleAp" plv manager KEDRICK APARTMENTS, 1801 K st nw. 1 PAPERHANGERS At once; steady work; good wages. 3402 Ga. ave. Phone Col. G295 29 PAINTERS Flrnt-clas house painters; st-ady work. W F. ANDREWS. 1x04 14 th st. N. W. ::i PRESS FEEDER Mnit be first clasn untl permanent. Apply LINCOLN PRESS CO, 724 11th st. N W. 1 31 lTCF(;irR 1ytim4ww1 rnnil nnv Mill n( I once 1616 Q st. N. W. 30 PORTER at once; good wages. Apply PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. No. 5. 804 H St N. JB. 4 PORTER, strong, active, for steady position; good wages. Apply BERBERICH'S SHOE STORE, 8H Pa. ave. N. W. 1 4 WANTED Responsible salfcmen. Apply to Robert Marshall, forenoons, for ap pointment Main 4G21 1-4 TAILORS Experienced on women's coats. JULIUS GARFINKLE &. CO. mall.tf WAITERS wanted, 30, to serve ? dinner Sunday, March 30; $2.00. Apply B. H. Perry, Catholic University Dining Hall, Brookland, D. C. 1-30 FINE POSITIONS every day are secured by placing an d in The Times "Situation Wanted" column. Phone an sd right awar. an experienced -operator will help you with It, Bill wiu $27-U HELP WANTED MALE PLUMBER One. In Alexandria. Va.; ex perienced in waterworks construction; one helper: one assistant plumber; state age, experience, references, married or sin gle and wages expected. Address PLUMB ER, Box 2. Alexandria. Va. 1-29 HELP WANTED FEMALE BUNDLE WRAPPERS PAL.1CE LAUN DRY. 737 9th st N W 1-29 CHAMBERMAID wanted at once, $40 per month Apply basement entrance. High land Aparts.. Conn and California avea N. W.. between 7:30 a. tn. and 6:30 p. nv 1 i - COOK Pastry; references; good -salary; no Sunday work. BROADWAY DELI CATESSEN CO- 714 K SUN. W. 1-29 DRESSMAKER By day or. week. Apply 1600 13th st North 1955. 1-30 DRESSMAKER 3400 14th st. N. W., Washington. D C 31 DISHWASHER At onee; day work. Ap Ply HAVEN'S LUNCH, 1305 New York ave N. W. 29 DISHWASHER at once, col ored; no Sunday work. Ap ply bet. 9 a, m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 945 K St N. W. 29 GIRLS For counter, checkers, cashiers. Apply 10 a. m., Administration bldg., GOVERN MENT CAFETERIA, 6th and B sts. N. W. Ask for Mr. LAUGH LIN.. 1-2 GIRLS For grafotype work and filing. APOSTOLIC MISSION HOUSE. Brook- land. P. f. 30 GIRLS For graphotype work and filing. Apply APOSTOLIC MISSION HOUSE. Brookland. D. C 1-3 GIRL To work on collars; white or col" ored. PALACE LAUNDRY, 737 9th aL N. W. 1-29 GIRL To work in store; must be single. 830 7th St. S. W. 1-1 HEAD WAITRESSES Hotel: $75 per month. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY. 12th st. and Pa ave N. W 1-30 SEVERAL YOUNG LADIES Of neat appearance, to do outdoor work, earning capacity depending upon one's abil ity; those that arc employed earn from $5 to J10 a day: no experience necessary; only those that can travel ned apply; after 3 p. m. J. S. COWAN, Hotel Arlington, 1025yermont ave. 1-30 YOUNG LADY Neat and reliable; for clerk in bakery, with slight knowledge of soda fountain. Apply 4213 9th 'st N. W.. after' 10 a. m 30 LADIES For pleasant outdoor selling work; salary 32 per day. Apply after 2 p. m. 402 Stewart bldg. 1-29 MANICURIST First-class. EBBITT BAR BER SHOP. K. T. ROGERS. 1-29 MILLINERY SALES LADIES E x p e rienced. Good salary and commissions to capable people. KING'S PALACE, 810 7th st. 31 MANGLE WOMAN Head; good salary; must be experienced. PALACE LAUN DRY. 737 9th st. N. W. 1-29 OPPORTUNITY For Government girls ready to leave for home; learn to teach dancing; I will pre pare you at a small cost to become Inde pendent. SIXSMITH DANCING STUDIO, 1210 G st. N. W. 1.3 OPEBATOB Thoroughly up-to-date, for a beauty shop; if satisfactory position permanent; regular salary and commis sion: only a conscientious reliable woman need apply. Upstairs. 1006 F st. N. W. 29 PRESS FEEDER Must be first class and permanent. Apply LINCOLN PRESS CO. 721 11th st. N. W. 1-31 SALESLADIES For shirt waist dept; good salaries; steady position. THE LOEB CO., 714 7th st. N. W. 1-29 SALESLADIES Experienced millinery. Apply NEUVEAU HAT SHOP, 932 F nw. 29 SEWER Experienced, at once; good salary; one with ability preferred. 1411 BELMONT ST. N. W., or Col. 5381. 2 STENOGRAPHER WANTED Salary Fifteen Per Week. APPLY CASTELBERG'S JEWELRY STORE 935 Pa. Ave. N. W. 1-4 SEWERS Julius Garfinkle & Co. have need for expert sewers for altering women's coats, dresses, waists and skirts. Those who are satisfactory will be given permanent poltions. mh24-tf A SPLENDID POSITION can be secured If you will state your quail' flcatlons in a Want Ad under Situations Wanted In The Times. Phone your ad. Main 6260. Bill will be ssnt. s27-tt TYPEWRITERS Experienced. at 470 Louisiana ave. NTw. 29" WAIST AND SKIRT help (good); long seasons (white); good wages. Apply 1416 N St. N. W. Main 6980. 30 WAITRESSES wanted, 0, to serve dinner Sunday, March 30; $2.00. Apply B. H. Perry, Catholic University Dining Hall, Brookland, D. C. l-3o WAITRESSES-Experienced, for main dining-room. Ap ply 10 a. m. Administration Bldg. Government Cafeteria, 6th and B sts. nw. Ask for Mr. Laughlin. 29 WAITRESSES wanted; best wages. Apply VICTORY LUNCH, 1724 Pa. ave. nw. WAIST and Skirt Draper; experienced; long season. SPIER, 1128 Conn. ave. nw. :i0 WOMAN Colored, to Jo laundry Apply TJ1U 1'EKSHl.Mi IltSdTAUKANT. 2008 14 th St. N W. ' 3 W03IAN White: capable of counting and managing help. PEERLESS LAUN DRY, rear 917 12th St. N E. 29 WOMAN Unite, to make herKelf generally useful around a small store, wages J 4 J, room and board Call 701 Michigan ave N. E., Brookland. D. C. 31 SEVERAL BUSINESS WOMEN Capable of reprerentlng a large New York concern with well established connections In this city. Splendid opportunity tor those contemplating leaving the Govern ment but destrlng to take up Interesting and profitable work. Address BOX 101, Times office. mhJ-tf DOMESTIC. COOK Good plain; neat and reliable. 3716 Oliver st . Chevy Chase. D C Clee 1SS7 31 COOK and general housework : reference required. 14 48 Fairmont st. Phone CoL, 19, 11 HELP WANTED FEMALE DOMESTIC COOK In private tastily of four; no house work, nor waiting; references required. Apply between 1 and 3 or after ( o'clock. 1 912 II st. N. W. 1-30 EXPERIENCED colored cook; small fam ily Phone Columbia 2072. Apply Apt &?. 1940 Biltmore st, 1-31 CHAMBERMAID and wait ress wanted at 1111 11th st. N. W. 3 GIRL White, to go to Baltimore as waitress and maid in small apartment; splendid environments; good home and wages to right appli cant. '..BOX' 3.19, Times office. 1-29 GIRL White, to help, with housework and nurso- baby; good home. APT. 6, 1321 M st 1-30 GIRL Colored, to assist with housework. Apply 927 Mass. ave. W. N. 29 GIRIr For housework (white) at once. Call North 7767. 3 r.THT..Vn. llvht tlMMAn.l Annlw Aft 8th St. N E. 1-3 I GIRL White, to assist with housework; 4 in family, moderate wages. BOX 328, Times office. l-Jl GIBL Young colored, about 10, to attend baby and assist with light housework. 70S E st. N. E. 1-29 GIBL for general housework, no washing or ironing, good wages. Apply 161 B. I. ave, is. tn.. or pnone Nortn &109. l GIBL White, settled; plain cooking and general housework: 3 adults; bsst wages; good home. 2324 19th st. N W. Phone North 454H. 1-1 GIBL for general housework. 1218 O st. N. W. 1-29 GIRL To help around house (colored) ; good wages. Ap ply 1416 N St. N. W. 30 GENERAL houseworker; go or stay nights. 3729 Morrison st. Phone Cleve. 522. 1-30 GENERAL HOUSEWORKER 1806 O t. N. W. Franklin 334. 30 MAID For general housework; refer ences PORTNER Apt. 241. l&th and U sts. N. W. 3 MAID White, to wait on table; small family. Apply with references, between 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. 2023 Q st, N. W. 1 WOMAN as cook and for light housework. Permanent posi tion; good wages. Apply 1919 L st. N. W. 1-4 WANTED at once, a woman for general housework, no cooking. Apply 619 Que st. N. W. 1-30 WOMEN Two, for general kitchen work. 2 6th st. N. B. 1-30" WOMAN To scrub and clean up; also 'wash windows; must thoroughly under stand housework: 35c hour or 32.50 day. 1310 Mass. ave. N. W. 1-29 WOMAN White; general housework and assist with children; no washing; salary 38 per week. Call 3119 Livingston st . Chevy Chase. Phone Cleve. 1419-J. 1-29 WOMAN For general housework. 817 10th st. N. E. 2 WOMAN Colored, for general housework; no cooking. 716 6th st. N. W. 1-29 WASH WOMAN at onee Steady work. Apply 1213 N. Y. Ave. N. W. 30 HELP WANTED HALE AND FEBIALB DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEBIOB, Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington. D. C. HELP WANTED, Male and Female Place of Employment: Saint Elisabeth's Hospital. Washington, D. C This is a Government Institution established for the treatment of soldiers, sailors, and marines suffering from mental diseases incurred in the service of their country At the present time this hospital is caring for ap proximately 3,800 patients and is perform ing a very important service in the restor ation of the Nation's disabled fighting forces. Nature and Advantages of Em ployment Offered: There are a large num ber of vacancies In the Ward or Nursing Service of the Hospital. Previous experi ence Is not necessary All applicants ac cepted for this service are given the op portunity of enrolling in the Training School for Nurses maintained by the Hos pital. This school presents a two years course in connection with the regular du ties of the employee and is free of charge to those desiring to enroll Successful completion of the course entitles the stu dent to a diploma. Salaries and Per quisites: All employees of this service are furnished free of charge their board, lodg ing, laundry, and in case of sickness medi cal attention for a reasonable period. The salaries range from 332.60 to S82.50 p-r month, the lower salary adjustments being based on previous experience and the higher positions being filled by promotion from the ranks of those enrolled in the Training School. Those whose services prove satisfactory are promised a salary Increase effective July 1. 1919. Require ments: Applicants must be in sound phys ical condition, should have reached not less than their sixteenth birthday, and must be citizens of the United States. Application Form 1059 should be obtained from the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeth's Hospi tal. Washington, D C . or the Secretarv of the Fourth Civil Service District, Wash ington. D. C. and filed with either of the above named parties at the earliest pes sible date 27.29.31 PHOTOQ for Identification purposes rn- I V-"0 united promptly $1.00. BROOKS 8TUDIO, 1329 V st. N. W. Js26tt SITUATIONS WANTED BIAXE. YOUNG MAN, 34, nine years' experience In large banks, two years with contractors, and seven years as executive in liquidating banks and estate, wants position where initiative and faithfulness are appreciated BOX 337. Times office 1-30- CHEF Colored: wants place In hotel or restaurant TONEY BUTLER. 3 Oc trees st. 31 MIDDLE AGED white man wishes posi tion as night watchman, no Janitor work , good refs. BOX 335, Times offlcv 1-31" BELGIAN CHAUKFEUB, 1st class me chanic, speaks Kngllsh, French. Dutcb. German: wishes high class position private family BOX 333. Times office. 1-29 MAN or thirty, with good business ability as salesman or stock keeper, desires a permanent position with reliable business firm, army reference, BOX 332. Times of fice 1-4 GENERAL office work; had 12 yrs. experi ence, am enlisted man; would like to work after 5 pm. Apply BOX 276. Phone North 3638-J. I- CHAUFFEUR Private family; first-class mechanic, good references, by colored man 88 G st S W. 1-31 EXPERIENCED young man, colored, wanti plastering and kalsomlning by day or by Job. patch work exclusively 131 L st. S. E. WILLIAM E HOLMES. 30 JANITOR, experience! By married dis charged soldier, references, handy wltn tools. BOX 302. Times office. I MECHANIC First-class automobile Honorably discharged soldier, back from France, desires position: lst-class chauf feur, best reference. Call 204 H st. S. W.. or 1718 P st. N. W. 29 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, ALFRED E. RKCON. M. 6377. 916 G st. N. W. 901 Mather bldg 1-31 CHAUFFECB wants position private fam ily. 131& 22nd at. N. W. N. 2332-J. l-29 EXPERIENCED EMPLOYES In vry lino may bo secured by Inserting a small ad in Thf Times Help Wanted. Phone your ad to Mala 1210. BUI win o tsnt. 03- SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. POSITION wanted at once, by ex-soldier, as bookkeeper and cashier, can operate Burroughs ledger posting machine; also have some experience as salesman and demonstrator. BOX 321. Times office. 1-3 UPHOLSTERING, repairing our specialty. North 3639-J ma28.9 0t DISCHARGED soldier wants work otany kind, day or night HARDING. 408 Adams st. N. E. 1-3. YOUNG man desires 4 or 5 hours' stenog raphic or copying work during evenings after 6.30: either at home or at office. BOX 306. Times office. 1-31 STENOGRAPHER First class. soUclts work any hour, day or night. Main 6539. l-30 CHAUFFEUR With rets. 812 S st. N. W J9 DISCHARGED SOLDIER, college man, member of Greek letter fraternity, de sires position as social secretary to promi nent business man or woman: best refer ences can be furnished. BOX 324, Times office 2 FEMALE. YOUNG LADY with some knowledge of typewriting and telegraphy; previous teacher, willing to start new branch; most anxious to be connected where she could make use of telegraphy, moderate salary to start. BOX 330. Times office. 29 LAUNDRESS Reliable woman; wants washing to take home. 1427 Duncan st. N. E. l-3l NURSE Colored; desires a position with refined people: absolutely reliable and capable. Call after 6pm 2122 F st. N. W 1.30 DRESS MAKTNCJ Spring, summer and evening gowns. North 363 l-J mhl7-90t BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Have your trees dead and Iroken branches that ought to be removed before they fall on ycur or kiddies' head? ROY MAGUIRE. tree specialist. Box 39. Ta koma Park. mh26,30t MERCHANTS! Get Our So-So Plan 80 per cent cash: CO per cent trads pays for all signs and show cards. SULLY'S SOLDIER'S SIGN SHOP. Frank 6204. 231 Pa. Ave. N. W. 1-28 KEYS MADE, LOCKS REPAIRED. ACME LOCK8MITH CO.. 104 11th st. N. W. Phone Main 6979. l-mh31-90t CHAIR CANF.ING. CHAIR CANEING AND FURNITURE REPAIRING 1211 10th st. N. W. Frank. 7483. rnhl7-90t HORSES AND VEHICLES. LABGEST assortment of single and double harness; riding sadales; bridles; robes and blankets, new and second band. COGSWELL'S, 220 11th st. N. W.. at a Ph. Franklin . fel-90t CARPENTERS AND BUIXjOERS. S. MILWTT, Carpenter and Builder; re pairing and Jobbing: estimates given; storefronts and fixtures especially. Resi dence and office, 1339 12th st, N. W. 1-19 B. BLANKENHHD? ft SON, carpenters and builders; Jobbing and repairing; estimates furnished: satisfaction guaranteed. Drop ma a card or call to see me, residence and office 1633 1st st. N. W. Pih4.-t0t NEW AND SECOND BAND CLOTHES WORKINGMEN It constitutes foil and final settlement whon you buy here nsry red cent of credit and our collector is in a better ion. as he would live on wind if he collected bills for us. So when tho cash is planked down we sell a good warm overcoat, 35 up. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D 1-29 PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING. PAPERHANGING and painting done at the lowest price; all work first-class and guaranteed; phoae or writs. Frank. 6563. or THE TABOR CO.. 203 D at. N. W. f2S-9t CHAIR REPAIRING CHAIRS CAINED And repaired. Call North 84 It. Jyl9-9tt GENERAL HOUSE REPAIRING PRUITT, ZIMMERMAN & CLARK, INC, 2431 ,11th st. N. W. Ph. Columbia 6I9L PLUMBING. Wo Are Specialists In TINNING AND HEATDXO, ROOF REPAIRINO, ELECTRICAL JOB WORK, LOCKSMITHS, KEY DUPLICATING. mbt-lBt WINDOW SHADES. GOOD quality opapae Beat quality of fitted to your on. opaque, nung nCr. window OWC free 3C We call with samples. Ph. Line. 87 L KLEEBLATT'S H JalT-U VIOLIN REPAIRING. OLD VIOLINS BESTORED NEW VIOLINS CORRECTED EXPERT BOW BEHAIRINO. 3. U. HOPLER, 1311 O it , W . Js3!-9K ANTIQUES ANTIQUES and Art Furniture, also repair, tog and reproducing. High class work, U. SEGAL & SONS. 1(27 14th st. Fr. Tils. Jx31-t UMBRELLA REPAIRING UMBRELLA REPAIRING. We also carry a complete stock; ot new mbrellaa. S03 B st. N. W ens door from 9th. not-9H FLUMBIJTO PLUMBER AND GAS FTTTEB. Jobbing a specialty. T. E. CLARK. 7 IS M st. N. W North 6218. rnaS.90t MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE J. & N. AUTO TRANSFER CO. Baggage Express and Hauling. 1728 H St. N. W. F. 3820. mh27-30t HARRIES' autocar express; trunks or fur niture moved, heavv hanllnc- arr.ni.ri Call Franklin 3109. !-; MOVING, shipping and hauling; auto trucks used only. BURKHALTER'S EXPRESS CO.. 408 Kentucky ave. S. E. Line. 3749. mhl-90t HAULING TO AND FROM WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK. Expert Workmen. C. E. PHILLIPS, 426 3rd ST. N. W. FRANKLIN 2008. mhl-SOt MOVTNfi- PADDED VAN8 iBA7VAXtVJ EXPERIENCED MEN PAfJKTNft- Furniture. China. Etc. T-n-VJIt imvx Experienced WHITE Msa RTOT?A(tI PRIVATE ROOMS. yjUUXVTU $;.00 PER MONTH & UP. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE UNITED STATE3 STORAGE CO, INC 418-420 TENTH ST. N. W. PHONES MAIN 4229 or FRANKLIN 2411. fe30-90t MOVINfi pADDED VANS mUVlHU FURNISHED. k-PPIfVQ PYDDCCC STORAGE PAClvINO AND SHIPPING. CJLEAN, dry storage for furniture and planoa Estimates cheerfully given. WESCHLER'S. 920 Pa. ave. N. W. pbont stain i-oi. RELIABLE QUICK SERVICE NEW 2-TON TRUCKS SHORT AND LONG HAULS. C. H. THOMAS. 1216 B st. N. W. Jel4-ot FOB LONG DISTANCE MOYINO, QUICK baggage delivery, trips to Baltimore. Wll. mlngton and Philadelphia call MULLEN'S AUTO TRANSFER. 2018 9th st. N. W; North 3979-J. SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. NORTH SS4. . MIS. N. 3344. Nltht r IIol ldsj. Franklin 3911. Long-uutanes Moving iksHrf ' -4J3rS FOR RENT ROOMS FOrjISHEU. B. I. AVE., I32& Large bright room. J. m, I , suitable for one or two gentl. In of fice, walking distance. Call after 6 p. rn. Phone Franklin 3089. 1-31 NORTH CAPITOL ST.. 1620 Single room next to bath; suitable for lady or gen tl eman:Norh3M7:After six. 1-29 K ST. N. W., 1001 Furnished "room. nlt able for two men, reasonable. 1-30 H ST. N. W 2025 Second floor front room, large bright, attractive, ample for three gentlemen, electric lights, not water: near the bath. 1-31 O ST. N. W., 1209 Two large rooms with nrlvtrt Hats. iA i.... .Am unliable for two 1-4 B ST. N '. E., 228 Front room: private one person, 313; two. $25. !! family 2nd ST. N. W., 3052 large well furnished rooms next to bath: one small on same floor: gentlemen preferred: $20 per month for ono or 325 for two In a room. 1-31 MONTELLO AVE. N. E.. 140?; I room with use of kitchen. Lincoln 3787. 1-30 MONBOBST. (Brookland), 1265 Onedou ble front room, one small room adjoin- lP.g:wlii. gerve breakfast. 1-31 . BEAUTIFULLY furnished silting and bed room with refined private family, auit able for two. Phone Col. 6426-J. 1-31 . 7th ST. N. E.. 310 One furnished room; one or two ladies, two car lines. 1-30 MT. PLEASANT ST., 3110 Comfortable 2nd floor room near bath, married cou pie or gentlemen; transients. 1-31 B ST. N. W., 1518 Extremely large room, for two or three gentlemen. 1-31 BRADLEY LANE (Chevy Chase) In prir ate home; nicely furnished room, south eastern exposure, next to bath: electricity, hot water heat, plenty hot water. large porches and lawn; $25 per month tor one, $35 for two. Officers or Government em ployed preferred. Breakfast If desired. Tel. Cleve. 960-W. 1-30 E ST. N. E., 304 Large front room, twin beds, up-to-date bath, good table board in neighborhood. 1-31 11TH ST. S. E., 910 Large sunny front room; nicely furnished;' right on car line; $3.00 per week. 3U QUE ST. N. W- 1528 Small, clean front room, near bath. Temporary phone North 2233-J. 4 LARGE front room, south and west ex posure, adjoining bath; home privileges, a. m. 1.; tennis court and convenient to 2 car lilies. Phone Col. 625. 4 IRVING ST. N. W., 1361, Apt. 31 Well furnished front room In new apartment, southern exposure, telephone connection. Call Col. 7212. after 6. 29 N. Y. AVE., 121G Nice clean furnished rooms for rent. 31 9th ST. N. W., 1304 Large back room, kitchenette, porch, other rooms, reason able, walking distance. 1-29 10th ST. N. W., 1210 Large 2nd floor front; also single room; phone. 29 6th ST. N. E., 430 Nice large room near Union Station and Capitol. $18: gentle man. 29 PARKWOOD PLACE. 1361 Nicely fur ' nished room, convenient to bath: suitable for two refined girls: large back porch, home privileges; no children. Col, 121. 30 I ST. N. W., 941 Nice front room, facing south; downtown; call after 5:30 or any time Sunday. ' 1-30 FURNISHED, large room, suitable for one or two gentlemen; near 18th st. and Col. rd. Phone CoL 259; fireplace; h.-w. h. 1-30 MADISON ST. N. W. 1233 Large front room, southern exposure; near suburban home; Idea location; $26. Col. 1671. 1-3 23rd ST. N. W.. 924 Walking distance from War Dcpt.. large front room, suit able for 3 persons; a. m. 1. ; reasonable, also smaller room. Phone West 2137. 1-3 I, ST. N. E., 621 Two Urge front rooms, second floor, near bath: heat and gas; f o rl. h. k. , available April 1 ; can be. seen any time. 1-30 1st ST. N. W., 2220 Large, airy room, nicely furnished; all conveniences; rent reasonable, use of phone. 1-30 Sth ST. N. W., 1116 Two large communi cating front and back rooms, adjoining bath, suitable for two or more persons, or will rent separate if desired. 1-31 K ST. N. W., 223 Furnished room, second floor front: private family; reasonable. 1-29 3rd ST. N. W.. 222 Neatly furnished rooms, in a well-kept house: all modern conveniences; unusual environments; rea sonable to permanent. 1-1 FLA. AVE, N. W 52 Nicely furnished front room; gentlemen preferred; terms reasonable: telephone service, convenient to three car lines; available April 1st. North 6184. 2 12th ST. N. W., 2511 One large room, nicely furnished, with porch attached; a. ra.l., reasonable. Phone Col. 1469-J. 18TH ST. N. W., 2445 Nice ly furnished rooms. Col. 8619. 2 NEWTON ST. N. W., 1339 Large fcunny front room, private home; reasonable. 30 COLUMBIA ROAD, 1746 Room for Z or 3. Col. 4919. 3 3574 13TH ST. N. W Owner has two nice rooms for rent, near two car lines: steam heat. A. M. I. Tel. No. Col. 453. 20 MD. AVE. N. E., 324 Large second-floor alcove front room: shower bath. 30 CORCORAN ST. N. W., APT. I Large well furnished front room, suitable for two, electricity, steam heat. North 9407. 30 NORTH CAROLINA AVE. 8. E., 116, Apt. 2 Front room, southern exposure, new furniture, near all car lines and Capitol; use of sitting room and piano, a. m. I.. reasonable. 3 8th ST. N. W- 1132 Two nicely furnished rooms. 2d floor; a, rru i. ; men only. Phone North 5470. 2 IRVING ST. N. W., 1503 Nice double room. large closet, excellent location, well furnished. Phone Cleveland 1503. HOBABT PL. N. W., 776 Room furnished for 2 young ladies. Call Columbia 6610-W. 2 S ST. N. W.. 52 Room: have a large, cool front room, nicely furnished, with two double beds, suitable for 4 young men. very large closet, dresser and chiffonier, uso of parlor and phone, terms, $2.50 per week Phone North 929. 1-2 L ST. N. W.. 1106 Large front room for two young ladles; also single rooms. $15 .1- .-! ,E. , per inoniii prr (icraon. Jiaiu i .-- 14th ST. N. W.. 3427 Large second-floor front room, neatly furnished, newly pa pored anil painted, semi-detached house; large sitting porch, awning; pretty yard, inclosed with hedge, convenient bath, cars at door. Phone Col. 5626-W. 1-29 WEBSTER ST. N. W.. 910 Clean, comfort able furnished room, h.-w h. . gas; con venient to car. Phono Col. 4389 1-29 K ST. N. W.. 120!) Large room near bath; also lady to share room: rent reason able 2 12th ST. N. E.. 4006 End of Brookland car line, one clarge double front room, suitable for 2; a. m. 1. . will serve breakfast and dinner. Phone North 6342-J. 1-29 10th ST. N. W.. 1016 Two communicating fourth floor rooms, both front, single. U week. w D ST. N. W., 124 Nicely furnished room nar bath. 1 h k. pri lieges. 1-29 3rd ST. N. W., 110 L. h. k. and sleeping rooms nesr bath, reasonable. 1-29 I ST. N. W.. 108 Two large, nicely fur nlahort rnnms. near bath, a m. 1.: use r.t nhnn, Frank 11 SO 1-1 t.ii. (..n -&.' n. .flflf S.r.Ml n.allv fur A3UI OA. .1. 1,., ".v. F.... . ....-..-,, nished rooms with all modern conveni ences, Includlngs hwerbaths. 1 lsTST. N. W., 2220 Large, airy room. nicely rurnlshed; all conveniences, rent p.ann:ih1, tiftA nf nbone. 1 C ST. S. W.. 1012 Room and board: bath room floor, hot water. 1" TWO-bedrooms, kitchenette, furnished for I. h k : electricity, h -w h.. semi use of bath; adults only; reasonable. Phone Col. 4087-W 1 i. ST. N. W., 1333 Exceptionally Urge front room, suitable for 2 or 3. southern exposure, 4 windows; twin beds: quiet house. Frsnk 347. 31 L ST. N. W., 1505 Large bright room. suitable for 2 or 3. walking distance ..f depts. ; use of parlor, phone. Frank. 79x3. x V .vr. N. W., ll FuniMtrd rooms fr light housekeeping: no children North 1120. 31 DUPONT CIRCLE neighborhood; bright room for lady, references required. North 573L 31 FOrTRENT -ROOMS FURNISHED. QUEBEC PL, N. W.. 747 One large well- furnished room, suitable for two. 31 GRANT CHICLE, 4227. Petworth One large front room on second floor, with private family; suitable for two. Phone Columbia 7227. 31 N. J. AVE. N. W.. 1737 Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 31 ONE OB TWO LADIES, new corner boose, near 14th and Decatur; a. m. I.: board rear: convenient two car lines, uol sz. 4 6th ST. N. E.. 105 Nice bright room next to bath; a. m. ).. suitable far two girls. Phone Lincoln 2188. 4 B ST. S. E.. 113 Three furnished rooms facing Congressional Library oa south: large enclosed porch and bath: gentlemen. Lincoln 506. 30 VERMONT AVE. V. W., 1124 Beautiful large room, with four windows and pri vate bath; also large second-floor front room; all modern conveniences; board: no 1. h. k. Franklin 599. 29 EYE ST. N. W.. 915 Nicely furnished rooms. $2, $5, $7 week; transients. 75c $1 day. 30 QUEBEC ST. N. W., 759 Large well fur nished room, 3d floor, southern exposure; prlvato bath.. .Phone Col. 7043. 4 'ATTRACTIVE Sd floor, very large front room, scml'-prlvate bath. Phone West 1470. 4 V ST. N. W 53 Nicely furnished front room; a, ro. L 1-31 EAST CAPJTOL ST., 653 Nice room in apt. 300; electricity, gas. beat; next to bath: newly furnished; very reasonable; for 1 or 2. 4 6th ST. N. E 915 Nicely furnished front room, suitable for two; with home privi leges, most convenient location In city. Line. 3211. !- PARK BOAD, 1033 Two rooms, private bath; housekeeping suite; suitable for four or five ladles employed; a. m. 1.; also single rooms for two or three; references required. 3 8th ST. N. W. 1800 Room, 2nd floor, near bath; gentlemen. Phone North 4782. BATHS Shower and Tub G. A. ROBINSON BARBER' SHOP. 41 S 12th st- Opposite Raleigh Betel. -s se3S-9vt TENNESSEE AVE. N. E.. 148 Nice fur nished room for two young ladles or mar ried couple; near Lincoln Park. Line 68. MISSOURI AVE 337, aq. south VA and Pa. ave. Light housekeeping and sleep ing rooms: $3 week up, 1-30 LAMONT ST. N. W.. 1212 Second floor front room; all Improvements. 29 14th ST. N. W., 1102 3flcely furnished front room; electric light, hot-water heat; gentlemen only. Franklin 565. 29 O ST. N. E.. 1403 Single room, treat, next to bath, near two car lines; gen tUman only; h. w. h. Lincoln 2907. 39 14 ST. N. X.. 312 Two unfurnished rooms for 1. h. k.; no children. Phone Lincoln 2837. J0 APBIL lst-Large second-story front room with private bath: plenty of hot water, service and linen; breakfast served If desired; near Service CInb, In N. W. Gentlemen only. Phone N. 7934. 29 S ST. N. W.. 1634 Bachelor, here Is what you are7 looking for: Handsomely fur nished room and meals that -are the best to be had, in a real nice home of refinement and cheerfulness. x-41 1st ST. N. ,W., 506 Booms or apt.; pxivi lege of L fa. 1c; bath; private family. 1-21 14th ST. N. W., 2621 Cha- pultepec Inn, nicely furnished room, suitable for two. no!3-tf Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! 20th Century Insecticide will rid your home -of roaches, ants, watarbugs and bedbugs. Will exterminate roaches in your home for $2.60. Sold by druggists or A. M. C CO., 941 N. Y. ave. Main 2052. mh23-30t TUB BEST BOOMS IN WASHINGTON can be secured by simply phoning Tb Times, Main 62(0. and Inserting a small ad at a small cost under Wanted Booms. BUI will be sent, 'An experienced opera tor will help yoa writs the ad. setT-tf UNFURNISHED. 13th ST. S. W- 225 Two large light rooms; 1. h. k. ; also garage, adults. 3I 14th ST. N. E., 323 Two unfurnished rooms for 1. h. k. Phone Main 7938. 30 FURNISHED BOOMS WITH BOARD KOOM Attractive, with good board; to some one de siring a home. Call North 2817. 4 K ST. N. W., 1784 Room on 4th floor; excellent meals; home cooking; suitable for 3 men or women. Frank. 7495. 1-4 BOCK CREEK CH. RD- 705 Private fam ily; $35 per month. Good location. 1-30 16th ST. N. W.. 1414 Double room and board: private bath; walking distance downtown. Phone Frank. '5743. 1-31 PA. AVE. S. E., 1014 Extra large front room, on first floor for 2 or 4 men; price $35 per month with board. On car line and convenient to all Government bldgs, Cleve. 119. 1-4 VERMONT AVE. N. W., 1014 Boom for 4; room for 2. 1-29 LARGE double room, southern exposure; excellent cuisine; references exchanged. rtortn ists. 1-29 B ST. N. W., 1445 Nicely furnished room for 2, electricity and porch. Phone North 945. i LONGFELLOW ST.. 618 Two ladles; 3 meals. $35 each. Phone CoL C994-J. 30 WANTED ROOnS AND BOARD. BY SING1E gentleman, board and room in private boarding house. BOX 327. Times office. 1-30 WANTED ROOMS WANTED Three unfurnished rooms and bath for I. h. k. 1137 4th st. N. E. 1-31 WANTED 3 housekeeping rooms: modern furnished, good neighborhood. Call ROOM 309. Driscoll Hotel, giving particu lars. 1-29 WANTED Small non-housekeeping apart ment, with bath, centrally located, by woman employed. Address P. O. BOX 1313. 1-Z3" TWO rooms and kitchenette or three rooms. Airs. Kcuiait,n, -t icnn. ave N E. 1-29 BOOMS ror light housekeeping, near Cen tral High School if possible. Phone Co. 3688. 1-1 TABLE BOARD 16th ST. N. W., 1414 Good table beard: convenient to downtown and residential districts Franklin 5743. MD. AVE. N. E., 1252 Table board, home cooking, also two unfurnished rooms after the lst of April. 1 K ST. N. W., 1764 Can accommodate sev eral table boarders; home cooking. lmh-20-JOt FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FLOWERING SHRUBS for sale. 25c each. Call 221 14 at. N. B. 1-J1 CANOE Fully equipped; used one season: original cost. $90: will make quick sale for $30. Call Lincoln 3377 1-4 COAT Black broadcloth, trimmed with allK braid Almost new: size 46 Also blue war cape trimmed with silver braid. Very reasonable. 830 D st. S. E. 1-31 WHEELS FOR FORD TRUCK Two rear, with Mots cushion tires. 2406 14th st N W Phone Col. 2577. 1-4 IRON COTS 10; perfect condition; with lad and pillow. $4: can be seen on ap plication. BOX 320. Times office. 1-29 WOOD Kindling delivered, 83 load; also packing boxes for sale. J. H. FITZ GERALD. 24 Jackson st. N. E. M. 1006. mhl8-J0t SODA FOUNTAINS Latest models now os display; fountains carried In stock for prompt delivery; manufacturers' prices and terms: also carry everything la foun tain supplies. BURGH A- KLEPS, In- 481 Ps. ave. N. W. fl-9t NEW SAMPLE DRESSES Latest sprln- models: prices very low MRS. SEUnY. Apt 31. 1432 R St. N. W. Phone North 7718-W. sit4IV . van, no. 4 GAS STOVE I bonier, with oven; s bedroom stove; sell cheap. 32 2nd at. &E- - 1-J ATNew black and wait;, reasonable. Call Franklin 4520. z OFFICE FURNITURE Used, for tale? good condition: very reasonable. Lzx INOTON MOTOR CoT 33ttSloaal Httet 1-1 COAT Oreea spring; satia Btdss through out; aiie s ; missea; warn - mtu black fox muff, crepe ds chise lining; used S.1?7 .reTJUaeJ Prfect condition, Phon Col. 3193-W. j,j BEDS, mattresses and ssriaga reasonable Apply 312 R st. N. aFhons TTfjVj 1 l- SODA FOUNTAIN Haadsoaiet sBxhtly d: et long; cheap. 210 Ind. ave. N. W. jj ixasuiss ror sale; deabie.set; g good can. dltion. Apply 501 U sL N. W.. or North ort6 1-3! 3755. LAUNCH 33 ft. cabin, with complete equipment; 3350. 36 P st. N. W. $9 3,000 GALLON CYPRXSS TANK. Apply Franklin Laundry. SOS IJth st. N. w 1-31 DUPLICATE KZTTS, 25. Outside lock, repair- our specialty. Six expert workmen. DISTRICT I.OCK CO, 1304 New York Ave. Main 851 J. mn20.99t GAS XANGXS BEPAIXXD and retrtUt ..CLTD3 I BOWERS, 139T B gt. N. W Main 7094. aaxz-9st HUSICAZ rNSTRU-CENTS Used Player Pis no ATsnognny Case. 38-note. Xurts Brothers. $3(0. Easy Terms. ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO. 13th AT O ST. N. W. mh-xtr PIANO Standard make upright, nearly new. perfect condition. $275 cash. Call 9-13 a, m. 1(15 Rlggs- place N. W. 4 VIOLIN Hand-made; good tone; baajo- mandolln; good as. new.. 535 11th st SE j I-3d PIANO Upright Lester; good eoadltiea; quick sale; party leaving town. N. 13(6. 3 ORGAN Estey; perfect order. ISM Cor coran st,. apt. 1: call mornings. 1-31 FOR SALE MOTORCTCLES; MOTORCYCLE Hsrler-Davldson. 1919. 3-speed; electric; fully ecralpped; tan dem: speedometer and luggage carrier perfect condition: well taken care of and looks like new; $250. 324 13th st. N. W 1-3 MOTORCYCLE Harley-DavidsoB twin; Iste model; Presto tank lights, tandem seat: In first-class running order: will sac rifice for $235. HARRY BOROVOT, 341? 14th st. N. W. 30 MOTORCYCLE Excelsior Twte. 19U; electric equipped; side car; In first-class condition; cheap for cash. 131$ 34th at. N. W. 2 MOTORCYCLE Excelsior twin; good sad speedy; a bargain at 335 cash. (33 Lst, N. B. Phone Line 2643-W. 1-31 HORDES AND VF.HICTiTfiiH. MUST SELL 13 horses tuid mares, bagST set of double harness. At rtar 1320 C at, S. W. 3 SADDLE HORSES For hire: teacher far '" nished: ride out ot stable Into Potomac Park. Tel. Franklin 2912. 1210 Ohio ave. N. W. W. D. BOLTON 3 HORSE Small riding; may be sees at Palmer's Livery Stable, 3249 Prospect st.. Georgetown. 1 STX HORSES, three mares, three Rear 468 Pa. ave. N. W. ' sales, 4" POUTTRY. PETS AND LIVE STOCK DOG French poodle, white: eaa be sees ; any time Saturday at APT. 20. 1030, Fairmont st, N. W. Col, $850. . , 1-t HATCHING IOCS S. a Rhode Isad Reds (VIberts). barred Plymouth Bocks, "Perfection. $1.50 per 15. M. R. BENJA MIN. 1023 12th at, N W. Main 29SSV Or Landover. Md. .a-" BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INVESTMENT Requires 95,009; bears close Investigation: wilL sell all or part, backed by a successful merchant: good, reason for selling, BOX 339, Times ofOea. 31 A GOOD INVESTMENT Five-room house; rents for $10:50: will sell for $900: ait-rated at 1658 Kreamer st. N. E. F. THOMPSON. Ballston. Va. 1 S3 WILL BUY the equipment to Lrt . money making business. BARNES. 323 3rd sf S. E. I-3 EXCELLENT INVESTMENT. Beautiful pressed-brick borne at present rented aa 3 flats: may be conducted as high-class rooming house: will sell resseo- aoie. roone wt u--w. - CORNER STORE for rest. 325 per aastt. Apply 401 K at. N. W., or phone Frank lin 2806 n Don't Wait An Hour! Come at Once and Examine the Wonderful NIAGARA OIL BURNER At 909 H ST. N. W.. Washington, D. C. Great Opportunity Offered. mh34-tf PERSONAL DR. HOWARD. rMropraetle physiclaB. GOITRE SPECIALIST. . , Wilt cure simple fibroid or exophthalmic goitre or any enlargement of the thyroid glands; why suffer this deformity? Sea me now. Room 23, Warder bldg.. corner 9th and F sts. ma6-tf LIMP IN WALK OUT WILSON, CHIEOPODIST, 1340 EYE ST. N. W. Uaine 5155. 13 MADAME LA BLANC Electrical Face and Scalp Massage. Uanl. curing. 10 a. m to S p. m. 223 H St. N. W APT- 4. fs38-3(f FLORA MAE Manicuring. salp treatment, shampooing and facial massage. 1418 W St N. W., Apt 31. 1-31 DR. EVANS, nerve sad stomach speclarTst- Electrie treatment proving wonderfully gnccessfol. I absolutely guarantee relief; consultaUoa free. 1347 I st. Phone T. ,111. J3t-99t Skin Disease a Specialty Chronic Ecsema and Itching Prompt ly Stopped. Acne. Skin Cancers. DR. NICHOLSON. 1305 H at. N. W. Ja33-90t MANICURING gSuSSJgi 10 to 7. Open Sundays. 716 11th st-, Apt. 3. 32 MISS ARNEBERG. Scalp Treatment and Manicuring. Hours. 10 a- m, to 6 p. m, SOS M st, N.W. 4S8Z. ma3i-3t THE INDIAN Have yoa sees him? Look for him In Sunday's personal, and call at OLD INDIAN HERB SHOP. 1728 1th of. N. W. mcM-0t MissJAMERON Sf JfS. 1212 New York: ave. N. W, second flooc. faU- MARIT.DA WCXIA2CS. Manicuring, Facial and Scalp TrsatasasS. 103 (th st, N. W Apt. 3. Mala $!. U4X DR. REED, SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET KJ Ver J U YCdTb sia -t Chronic Nerroas and Special Diseases . Men and Wcxasa. Means health to you if you suffer from Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism. Con stipation. Piles, Throat. Lungs. Brain. Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility. Kidney Diseases, Bladder troubles. 8pelflc Blood Poisoning, Eruptions, Ulcers, and All Prlvst- Diseases Cured for Ufa by Safe Methods. 60S. Bacteria Vaccina, and alt the new serums and anti-toxins administered. 4-asrges lose FUBNTTUBE Oak cUsiar Call Franklin 7044. - 3 .