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THE WASHINGTON TIDIES, TUESDAY, AFftIL 1, 1919.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
Used Car Service. i
WHAT WE WILL DO
Find the used car you
want to buy.
Find a buyer for the
car you 'wish to sell.
DEPARTMENT IS AT
YOUR SERVICE FREE
Dp you wish to know
the year the used car
you think of buying was
manufactured? If so,
just phone Main' 5260.
ask for used car depart
ment, give number and
model of car and date
and selling price wiU be
immediately given you.
phone Your wants
to tjsed car ser
vice bureau. main
ASK FOR MISS REID.
xottr Battery troubles. We'll keep your
batteries in perfect condition.
, NO qHAROE FOR TESTING.
Special Attention to Wlllard Batteries.
-TS? BATTERY SPECIALISTS,
a H. BAUR CO.. 636 Q ST. MAIN 91SS.
EVERY CUSTOMER A BOOSTER.
14 '5J5 cJJa,lner8' 7-pass. touring 1.400
i Chalmers, demonstrator. ...... 1.030
Iti na,aea. duplex speedster. oo
ills Chalmers. 7-pascenger, in perfect
condition. Takes a. new car guar-
-. ?tce 1.500
Hudson, "640," .new tires, newly
JEJr it1" 6-pas. touring 260
im National Phaeton, excellent 2,100
Chalmers, model 26-B. very good.. iSO
3514 Chalmers; electric lights 325
COMBS MOTOR COMPANY,
Phone North 7101. 1214 V si N. W.
2ake that car look like new. We can
Prore that it can be done by uslcs
Central Auto Supply Co.
P. avo. N. W. Phone M. 47
ACTION IN CASH! !!
THAT'S "WHAT TOO WANT THAT'S
WHAT WE GIVE.
WE BUT ATTTOB FOR CASH WITHIN
TON MINUTES IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
JRANK- SSS5. OR CALL. S45 EYE 3T.
I. W. BEFORE 6 F. M. mch29-tf
EVERY CAR A BARGAIN
JIUPMOBILE Coupe Roadster.
KISSEL V fire-pasaenger.
COLE S,M Sedan, aeven-passcriger.
CO LB $,' Coupe, four-passenger.
I 2IUPMOBILE, seven-passenger.
Henderson-Rowe Auto Co.
j Phone Main 2076. 1012 14th st. N; W
v , mh32-30t
WK HAVE A CAK
TO SUIT YOUR TERiia
Faifcti light C touring.
3917 Saxon "6." Touring.
Bulck "6." Touring.
Juany touring cars.
CASH OK TEUMH.
WASHINGTON MOTOR EXCHANGE.
202 Hth ku S. W. Ph. orth 472s.
AIXEX touring, 1017; electric lights and
starter; tires. 2 new, 1 extra, good run
ning condition. Call 134 U st. nw. Tel.
iurth 6584-W. (Reg. 7078 ) 3
KAFET USED C1R MARKET IN CITY.
WE HAVE SEVERAL "GOOD BUT"
XJSTED ALL READY FOR DEMONSTR
We thoroughly overhaul and repair ever
tear tiefore placing on sale.
Harper-Overland Co., Inc.,
&405 H st N.W. Franklin 4307
iBTJICK Fonr-cj Under; cheap for cash.
Can be seen any day. 5 to 7, 629 Md.
ave. N. E. 6
Good tres; motor in excellent condition:
will sell cheap; a sacrtflce to quick buyer:
owner leaving town. 1341 W stN. W. 4
COLE "8," 4-passenger roadster: C tires,
" full set of tools: will sacrifice for quick
sale; can be seen between 5 and 8 p. m.
SOlCti K st N. W (Reg. 7058 4
DODGTv Touring rar, for sale; good con
dition. 1527 9th et N. AV. 1-1
FORD. 1917; splendid condition; all new
tires. 3350. 1523-25 7th st. N. W. Phone
North 688C. (Reg. 70C4 ) 6
WORD 1917; splendid condition: all oen
tires. JJ7C. THE REDDEN TRUCK CO..
J523-S 7th st. N. W. North 6886. (Reg
KOKD Two delivery -ars for sale reason
able. Apply 449-451 Eye St. N. W. (Reg
VOBD 1914 Touring; in flrbt-claas con
dition; 3250. Call Lincoln 2983. (Reg.
FORD TOUBING Five-pans., 1918 model;
used 9 months only, extras, 3500 cash.
VoCBeglne troubles explained; get Dyke'
jLXXto Encyclo. Peariman's. VJ1 O st. r. w
WANTED -ETTHEB DODGE OR BLICK
"Sn.nsTRR OTt TOI'RING OR OVER-
i-. TftTir ct is? w nEFoitK e p. m.
HCISON Snpcr Tdx sedan, for kale; 7-
patsenger. like new; also Ba.ck. 1916. 7
sassenger: In first-class conditi-m. can be
seen for demonstratlnn at 215 Pa. ae. N.
W Frank. 5517. (Reg. 7929.) 1-2
HUDSON Super six town car;
excellent condition. 856
American National Bank bldg.,
1317 Fst N. W. (Reg. 7069.)
TTCPMOBILE 5-pass. touring, 1917; like
new. new cord tires, 3700 cash. BOX
363. Times office 1
MAXWELL Roadster; newly over hauled;
in perfect running order. 719 North
Capitol st (Reg. 7066 ) 1-1
ARMY officer, soon leaving ervlee, will
sell practically new 6-passenger sedan
reasonable. Call Main 2570. Branch 4969.
Tr 7833.1 1-1
........ w mia r t.t Yrn Anci'VU
VAND CLOVERLEAF FOR CASH MU3T
Bret offer before Friday takes ISIS
veerless. Call Mr. BARKY, between 2 and
4 p. m. Col. S3. 1-1
TWO Simplex cars, fifty
horsepower, botli same mod
el; excellent condition. Will
sell one or both very reason
able to quick buyer. The
biggest bargain you will
ever get Address BOX 7,
Times Office. (Reg. 7082).
SJTJTZ" roadster, 1916; In fine condition;
food tire; one extra tire: not a Ihlng
In the world wrong with the car. inrt be
i aid at once for the highest offer, might
consider some terras.
SOX 1. Times office. S
I FOR SALb AUTQJViObiLfcS
Come to the Largest Used
Auto Dealers in the World
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.,
;0S NOKTH BROAD STItUET.
1.000 CAHS TO SELECT KROM
131S. 1917. 1916 MODELS. IN ALL
MAKES. $250 IP.
SAXON 1918 touring rar: nrat-rlasa con
dition: thoroughly equipped, beat run
ning order. Call Main "JSiS; a real bargain
for cash. 1-3
Arc you looking for a good second-hand
car. one that la In good condition, for a
fair price? Wc have hundreds Just such
cars: In fact, you have the choice of all
the tecond-hand cars for sale In Washing
ton. So why look further?
Any car at any price and on any terms.
LIBERTY SALES CO..
2:0 Colorado Bldg. Main 4734.
TRUCK Large Speedwell Moving: motor
needs repairing, reasonable. CENTRAL
AUTO WORKS AND GARAGE. 143 and
451 Eye St. N. W. I
PARTS to til cars la stock j cau save yen
75 on them. Cars bought regardless of
GI A.SSER-BLUU & CO..
2030 7h st. N. W. North 3STS.
REO Flve-pasw?nger . touring car; has
been run 7.000 miles; in fine condition,
price $750. Apply at 26 R st. N. W. (Reg.
STTJDEBAKER, 1016, touring Splendid
shape, five good tires, and tools; must
sel 1. 3525 Phone Franklin 5022. 6
YlM TRICK, 1917; express body: Jut
overhauled: splendid condition; all good
tires; bargain. $350. 1523-25 7th st. N. W..
THE REDDEN TRUCK CO. North 6S86.
(Reg. 7087.) 6
SPACE for few mors cars; repairing, gas,
-oils; carbon cleaned; overhauling a spe
cialty; also used cars bought and sold;
special prices en reboring cy'.tnderm. DIXIE
OARAGE, 136k CiLlE. Line 6740.
1'ORD touring car, 1917 or '18, 9100 cash;
325 month. Q. W. GRIST, National
Laundry Co.. 19 Pierce st. N. W. 1-3
FORD or Dodge touring car, $100 caah and
335 per month. Phone Line. 5849-W.
ACTfON AND CASH ! ! !
That's what yon want and that's what
we'll givs you.
We buy ftutos for cash within ten
minutes if tbo price is right. Franklin
668$, or call 915 Eye st. N. W.. before
6 p. m. mbS9-tf
WANTED EITHER DODGE OR BOCK
ROADSTER OR TOURING, OR OVER
LAND CLOVERLEAF. FOR CASH. MUST
BE CHEAP. FRANKLIN 6585 OR CALL
901 10TH ST. N. W. BEFORE C P. M.
WILL boy. any number of ned batteries.
406 13th st. N. W. Phone Frank. 262?
OARAGES Brick and metal erected. I
SENGSTACKS, 825 F st. N. S. Lincoln
WE BUILO aU ktads rf garage s brlek.
tils and pebble-dash, and also Cat ca
cent work. For estlms call North 8411.
r wrlU BUILDERS CONSTRUCTION
CO- 7 R T ava N W rlt-tt
PAINTING AND RKPAIRING
Radiators Repaired, $2.00 .D
AH work done by experts: no botching.
Quickest repair service in the city. Bring
car in morning, grt it again sr.me evening.
The Standard Radiator . Fender C" .
North 6058. 2121 14th st N. W.
AUTOMOBILE PAINTING AND
BY EXPERT MECHANICS.
O. L. VAUGHAN CO..
1410 FIRST ST. NORTHEAST.
Shop Pbont North 33(1 Res. N. 7661
ArTOMOniLKR painted and revarnisred:
attractive prices GANTER 2448 Oa.
ai ; w n int 4ii.b
New Battery For S3. 00
AND TOUR OLD PERMALTFE'
Costs no more new than the ordinary
battery but lasts twice as long and a
new one whenever yoti need it! Also
recharging and repairing on all mai;c
batteries. Deposits not required.
GENERAL BATTERY CO.,
Local Agent for the Permallfe Battery.
06 13th st. N. W.
Two 30x33 Diamond Tires, 3,360 miles:
One set 'Demountable Wheels, 335. com
plete. COLUMBIA AUTO 8UPPLY.
13th and II sts.
FOUR auto rimi. 37x., two straight ide,
two clincher. Phone Line. 45CS. 1-3
WANTED To buy. body for a Ford irnrk.
PEERLESS LAUNDRY, rear S17 13th st.
N. E. 1-7
Real Savings on Accessories
Tiolene, 70c Gal. Mobilubrlcant. 5Dc tor
3-ib. Can. HaoIlne Oil, Sue (!al. Chains
and Hood Covers blow cost Sponges. ;5c.
50c 75c. Chamois Cloths. 75c to 3 50
Watch Our Ads New Money Savers
O'DONOGH E BROTHERS. INC.
Col. 3939 and Col. 7SC. 2035 Uth st N. W.
THK QUALITY KIND OP
Body Building, Top Recovering
and Seat Covers
ACME AUTO TOP CO.
Columbia 5276. 1421 Irvinx St. N. W.
J. C. FLOOD,
New Fireproof Garage,
Offering Guaranteed Service.
Gaaol'iie utii! Free Air at Curb.
2116 FOURTEENTH STREET N. W.
Phone North 6C63. nnl9-90t
21x4 Non-Skid Tire and Inner tube, price
$23.50 Call after 6 p. in. 428 4 13lh
St. N E 1
We Have One Kor Any Car.
Jli 00 Up Two- ear Guarantee
Intr lite, efficiency and sonic guaran
teed The b-st battery In xlstrnce.
HINES AUTO SUl'lM.Y CO .
820 V st. I'honu Krunnlin 2G24.
BORTNICK & WILLCHER
Motor car diagnosticians, expert motor rn
pairing, adjusting of carburetors and mag
netos. Nortn 2360. 1311 W st N. V
Broken Windshield and Sedan
Glass's replaced while you wait, a last
Dept.. Washington Bbowcu Exchange.
122 P st N. W Jal6-90t
AUTO TOPS AND TRIMMINGS
cf all kinds, mica put in curtains wh'lo
THE KXOST AUTO TOP CO.
459 Mo. Ave. N.W. Main 6917.
AUTOS FOR HIRE
PHONE WEST 84
tOc Ten block.
Tic Any distance In city proper.
Shopping and touring, per hour. S2.00
7'Paasengftr touring cars, $3 per hour.
OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
New Tajci Service Co., Inc.,
OXE-AXP-A-HAI.F-TON hmllh form-n-truck.
1918. for hire by hour, day r
week: 11.50 per hour. Call North 3639-J.
Ask for MAf 1-J
tK SrTV TiXICABM anil
O-uriu cars call Main 7009.
FOR SALE HOUSES
IIOLC, IS room. 2 bathrooms, fteani
hsat. elrc light, gas. about 6 blocKa
from the Capitol, easy terms, I7.C00 Ad
dress BOX 36S. Times offlcu. 1-1
1371 K ST. S. E. Six-room and bath brick.
front porch. 33,000. cost J:, LOO. terms.
W. P. METCALF. 130(5 Eye st N W. 1
NORTH CAPITAL AND V STS. N. E.
block to cars, owner going west, says
nell for $5,200, 6 rooms and bath: a. m. I ;
paved alley This Is a well-built house;
don't delay but see "CONWELU" at HU0
1 1. Main 366 1
W.O0O Facing Smithsonian grounds, 4
rooms and bath, furnace heat, large lot;
garage; wide alley; owner occupant, quick
possession See Mr. CANNON. 1416 F st.
N. W. (East basement). 1-1
HOLLOW tile bungalow, two tiled bath.
sleeping porch, a. m I., dec. range and
lights, h -w h . garage, chicken house,
fruits, garden, house and porches srreenoJ
Address MRS. RHINHARDT, ARxardria.
Va. H No 2 2
II. T. LAW, 1519 E ST. 8. E-.
Makes a specialty of selling HOMES.
Owners will get results by listing with him
Phone Lincoln 5725. 1-15
WE WANT MORE HOUSES FOR SALE.
Owners of property desiring to make
qu1 k sales should list ptoperty with us at
WM. P. NORMOYLE. 819 F St. N. W.
FOB HOMES AND INVESTMENTS
Tney Know Washington."
I0( New York Avo. Tel. Main 7321.
JOHN F. nONGJIOE SONS.. INC
314 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
Lt Us Submit Our List cf Homes ail
investments Before"You Purchase.
ATTENTION Mechanics own your home
at Maryland Park; one car -fare; lots
suitable for poutfry raising and garden.
CHARLES D FgWLER. 610 F st. N. W.
BUNGALOW and acre land, located in
best Hei-llon of Ballston, Va.. near car;
32.200: 3510 cash Phone Main 1157. See
J. II. JEKMAN. 617 14th st. N. W.
4-ROOM Iiouhf, 5 building lots, Bradbury
Heights. Md. Apply Mrs. E. NALLEY,
1105 Jth a. S. K. l-2
Several war workern with families wish
ing to build at Columbia Place, Washing
ton's "Garden Suburb." will give first ljen
notes bearing interest at 7 per cent, se
cured by Deed of Trust on real -estate. We
can place amounts of 3500 up to 35,000 on
this basis and v. ill underwrite the loan
guaranteeing prompt payment of interest
and principal We lone 1 per cent in this
transaction, but we help the war worker
and get our money back in enhanced
property values. Write us for particulars
COLUMBIA LAND CO.. Room 4, Southern
Bjildlng, Washington, D. C. Phone Main
BIG BARGAIN Takoma Park. 7 rooms
and bath drtachtd. electric lightlnc; lot
50x150; two blocks from. cars. 33,100. W
1. METCALF. 130C Eye A. 1
FOR SALK By owner, suburban home
within easy distance of city; 7 rooms
and bath. n. m I . H ncrr of cfounl.
garage, poultry houses and tennis court.
Apply 1355 Wisconsin avo N IV 1-3
FtTR RENT HOUSES
COTTAGE at Chesapeake
Beach, furnished to accom
modate six persons. $150 for
season. Apply H. A. GAB
REN, 907 H st. ne. 6
521 ROCK CREEK ROAD.
9 rooms and bath, semi-detached.
FURNISHED TO ACCOMMO
DATE 12 TO 16 PEOPLE.
ro inspect call 519 Rock Creek rd.
POSSESSION APRIL 1.
AN EXCELLENT HOME
can be secured by stating whit ypu -vant
In a Times Want Ad Phone It to Main
6360. an experienced operator will help yoo
write it and bill will be sent Tie cost is
FOUR or five room houe, in Md.; garden
and chleken ard, close to car line, state
terms and distance from Washington C
B. AXLINE, 9274 E st N. W 1-1
WANTED By Government employe, a four
or Ave room house or apiftment. fur
nished or unfurnished: within 5-rmt car
limit, by May 15. no cnlldren. MR. T II
MacLEOD. 1739 F stnw. ;
UXriR. HOUSE; 7 or moms; a. m. I.;
suburbs. Chevy Chaa preferred; rent
reasonable pr.session April 1st or May
1st Phone Col. 7173. 1
WANTED by Government emploe. a K or
6-room house, buburban preferred, fur
nished or unfurnished, within 5-cnnt car
limit MR. S B. SMIT1IE. S13 12th st. N.
W. Phone 2828 3
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE In N." W.k7tlon.
unfurnlshofl Phone f'. !!'. ;
APARTMENTS TO LET
THE ROYDAN. 1010 R t. N. W Three
ry large rooms and lath. hardx'iinely
furnished, southern exp xur-. J 100 j r
month. W. 1. METCALF, 1206 Eye et
N. W. 7
SECOND floor. Inrse hit tine room, bed
room. Michen and bath, all modern Im
provements electricity and sas inluii-'l.
centrally located. nn- block from Dupont
!ircle. J10 pT month North d795. 1-7
ROYDON. 1019 K ST. N. H.-Oiw room
and bath, handsome apart Jio. W. 1'
METCALr. 130G Eye st N W 1
THREE ROOMS, kitchen. TaTlil rom
pletely furnished; silver, linen, slerpini;
porch, ilowntown apt hou.nc. pcki3,im
Saturday. J110 per month, lease or inontn
ly 710 14th st. N V.' . Room 20S. 4
2 ROOMS nnd kitchenette, v. ell f uritihlied. I
175 per montn. avuilablu til- 1st 73)
13th st. N W 1-3
! WOODRIDGE. 2810 26th M. N. E. Two or
I three well furnisln-d rooms with Ult
i chenette: 4 or 5 younp ladles or adults.
within 2 short squares from South Dakota
' ae.. Karago space also Take Ruerdale
TWO OK TIIHKK unfurnMird moms,
kitchnttp ami bath, in nurtlnvcat Ad
dress 1JOX 373, Times of 1st f 3
rt'KXIMIEO hnlio or Apartmriit.3 or 4
rnoniH. elpctrif llclitn. bali. xhowcr
prfem-d. Mt. I'eas.int section, near llth
nt . Rive addri s and r nt Addrebs BOX
371. TiniHs office j
FOR SALE LOTS
Now Is the time to build that Iluniralnw
and plant your gardf-n for the coming
tummir. W ha- a few choice lots left
nt Colmar Manr situ tied on tho Wash
Initton and Baltimore Uouh-ard, Just be
yond the Illstilrt Line, whii-h wo will sell
for J5S. Healthy nnd dc-slrabe location,
beautiful BUrniundlncs. ami within easy
access to th city l'hone or write us for
tne big advantages that are to be made
In this location Our agents will be out
on the property all day Sunday For
week-day appointment "ll I'"ranklln 898.
EASY TEItMS AltltANOED
Take cars Tt litii and II Sts N E.
Fre Auto Srxice from 2 to G p. m.
THE J. W HOt.LOWAY CO.
1110 K Ht S. W.. ltoom 61 Tel Frank. 81S
FOR REriT GARAGES
GAUAGK Urlck; prlvute; $0 per month.
3131 19th t X. W 2
REPAIR shon or garage; an tiling over 4
cars. 009 li t. N. K. 1-3
CAHAiiE SI'ArE for one car; near 271li
and fiithcdrul ave , utile iocilion an I
price JEHOMU iJBYEIt, 701 Cutludrul
Save on Window Shades
Buy Direct of our Factory
THE SHADE SHOP, ft3 h1L
W. STOKES SAMMONS, Proprietor.
MISS LOUISE PAGE
Boom 208-9 New Commercial Hotftl
tit V st. Phone Franklin 7770 It
THE PERSON who lias been trying to finil
Florence Ciarvol can locate her at Gol
denberg'a D-pt. Store, hosiery dept . ith
and K, present name Floroo Rollins.
A POORLY worded, consumptive
looking advorUtement bu vrjr
little pulling power.
If your ad Is not pulling the rnaxl
mum rmount of results there it A
reason. We have employed tra'nea
men whose business It Is to make
clbBclfled nda pay. They have mad-
a thorouRh study of classified adrer
tlslncr not only In Washington but
In oher large titles- It will not
obllgnta you In any way to have our
representative call on you. Wn will
not try to sell you anything. We
Imply want to show you how aa
Intelligent force can be applied to
'PHONE THE TIMES
Main S?C0. Classified Advt Dept
MACHINE REPAIR WORK
OF ALL KINDS
Our facilities best In the city. Work
called for and delivered. Personal atttn
tlon given eacli Job.
BRYANT MACHINE CO.,
210 2nd st. N. W. FK.-lln MS3
DUPLICATE KEYS MADE IN SHOP, S3c
ACME LOCKSMITH CO..
904 11th st. N. W. Phone Main 6979.
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
Have your trees dead ami Irokcn
branches that ought to be removed before
thoy fall on year or kiddles' bona' ROY
MAGUIRE. troe specialist. Box 39. Ta
komu Park. roh34,30t
AND FURNITURE RBPAIRINO
1333 10th st. N W. Fj-ank. T4I3.
HUKSKS AND VKHU.LKS.
LARGEST assortment of stefle und doubts
harness; ridlnp cadules, brldlts; robes
ond blankets, new and second band.
0 llth st. N. W at C. Ph. Franklin
CAB-PENTEns AMD BUILUERS.
8. MII.WIT, Carpenter and Builder: re-
paJrinc and Jobbing, estimates clvrn,
storefronts and fizturm especially. Resi
dence and ofiice. 1239 12th st. N. W.
B. HI NKENSHIP ft BON, carpenter nnd
but j era; jobbing and repairing; estimates
furnished, satisfaction guaranteed. Drop
me a card or call to sen me, residence and
ofdee 1532 1st st. N W mh4.-0t
NEW AND SECOND HAND CLOTHES
WORKINGMEN Probably the greatest
test of best value Is to shop around and
If it's a pair of new pants at 32 up you
can buy from us, saving time, which is
money, and cash which Is all clear velvet.
While here seo the good grade wool over
coats, slightly used, 5 up. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. blS D. 31
PAINTING AND I'APKnilANGING.
PAI'KBJIANtilNQ ami painting done at
the lowest price, all work first-class and
guaranteed, phoae or write. Frank. 6662.
or THE TABOR CO.. 203 D tt -N. W.
And repaired Call North 0.
OKAEliAL HOUSH HEl'AIHl.NU
& CLARK, INC,
243 18th st. N. W. Ph. Columbia 8113.
We Are Specialists in
TINNINO AND HEATINO.
ELECTRICAL JOB WORK.
UtiUii quality opapne Best quality j
niied to your on- upaut. uuu j ; .
wind.-F 0UC tr
Wtf call with samt:s. Ph. Line tli
KLEEBLATT'S lgg $&
OLD VIOLl.Vd UE?TOKt.D
NEW VIOLINS JuKKKCfBD
EXPERT BOW REHAiRING.
t U UOPl.tfR. 1111 U st. li. W
AMlQlKa and Art Furniture, also repair
leg and reprouucir.g. High class wur
U bEGAL Ik titl.No. tbZI 14tb st fr ilk
We also carry a complete stoca of nss
kb3 E st N W . one door from
PLf.MRKR ND GAS FITTER.
Jobhlni: a sp-clalty T E. CLARK. 715
M st "C W North B21 ma.99t
pay ami r sht. Graded and high school
cojrics et milet-, under x-tearher CHS
All 1'lVil til rVlt.( LiTfcliarjt nrv Unrlr nn,lnp '
former V S xamm r Also private les
sons All ages Catalogue z2 E st
N. V. 1'hoiir M. 3S7; mhJ2-tu.we sa-tf "
CIVIL SKRVICK Si:i.I -INSTKLCTOR
Price. i2. I'EAItLilA.N-S, 931 G st. N.W.
Voice Builder Teacher of Sineinir
tilt. HO. 130b O Street ,N u.
tlK.vr OUAKuilb7r"ice" examinations
for clerks April 9th and 12th. tuition for
entire c urse for these examinations SS
THE CIVIL SEKUCE PREPARATORV
SCHOOL SB cur 12th and F ... ia
Franklin 20to fe2l-tf
Washington Busines ai.d
Civil Service School,
1317 New York Ave. N. W.
Cress Shorthand Stenoiypyura.
haiivIMtmah Shorthand typtwrltuiK
Er.clish Spelling Arithmetic l"n
rnunship Civil Service.
Telephone Muln 4VH.
B M nl p n n
'taught bv nstlve
srHiion s", Aova.n",,
ncss and conversation, sis m at w
Phone NorthJS 19 mhJot
YU A I 1-urge.t l'rliute &cnol
.ETs.U.la. .. n "nity.
.Men and Homm
Atl-UU.MuCa toiilest school in eltyi
1'RbPARATURV tarrredlted bases).
tOlllIEBClAI. ((iregg Mliorthand).
DRAFTING (mrclanlcul, ArrtiiirrtnrmI)
OKA UK (day or eenlqgl.
i.W.-'K" , Income Tax statistic
me a 6u n. v. nnHrtm r
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPKWBiTlNO.
licit Courses Individual Instruction.
0"-l Southern Bldg. Phone Main 7519
WALL ST. MARKET
NEW YORK. April 1. Most of the
speculative Interest In the 'stock
market at the opening today waa
concentrated In specialties in which
pools are active. The leather stocks
were prominent foatures, American
Hide and Leather advancing 1 point,
to 100. and Central Leather rose 1
point, to 17.
There was continued accumulation
of the shlpphig stocks, Marine pre
ferred advancing 1, to 113. and
Atlantic Gulf and West Indies rose 1
point, to 116i.
National Acme, which was strong
In yesterday's trading, continued in
good demand thJs morning with buy
ing coming from important sources
and causing a gain of half, to 30.
Steel common waa comparatively
quiet, ranging from 08 Vi to. 98
against 08 at the close yesterday.
General oMtors was one of the weak
features, falling hi, to 160. Mexico
Petroleum was quiet and unchanged
at the .pnd- of the first fifteen min
utes. Baldwin Locomotive advanced ,
Close High. Low. P. M.
27.4 Adv. Rumley...
619b Advance Ram pf
3U Alaska O. IX....
7514 Am Deot Sugar,.
51,'t American Can...
JO ' .Car & Fdy..
19', Am Hide & Lea.
, A. H. & I Pf..
49ft Anter Linseed...
6534 Am Locomotlva.
69 Amrr Smelting..
62 Am Steel Fdry..
27 27J4 27J4
BV.6 ei',4 6V4
357. S5X 355s
3?. 3 3?.
75 75H 75
52 50 51X.
0X 90!4 SOU
2VA 19J 20
101 992 100
495, 49 49
6 66 66
7Q 69U 69
Ella 81!a 81
110 J, An Sumatra Tob 111 UOX 1107a
124 ft merlcaa Sugar. 135 124X 125
105 U Am Tel & Tel... 105 U 103?. 105!
39 Am Wr Paper pf . 40X 39X 39X
Il5?i AU. Gulf 4WI. 118
87 Baldwin Loco...
43 Baltlo & Ohio...
68J Beth. SU B
2lJi Booth Fisheries.
2314 Urookiyn Upd T.
141 Burns Bros
21U U ill te- & Superior
25 California Petrol
15954 Canadian Pacific. 159
76ft -Vsniral Leather. 783,
iZH Chea &. Ohio....
23 Cult Copper ...
Chlnp Con Cop..
ZTA Ch.. Mil &St P..
69 Cb. 2111 & S P PL
24 C R i & Pac By.
125ft 125ft I2?ft
58U 53!4 58ft
59!a Corn ProdqcU .. 68ft
77J Continental Can 72ii
66 Crucible Steel .. 66J
23 Cuba C Sugar. . . 24
74 Cuba C S pf.... 74J6
65 Ols Sec ,. 65ft
Dome Mines.... ai2li
I6?i Erie 16&
23 Erie 1st pfd.... 286
Fisher Body 55 tf
31 Gaston Wma....
55 Gen Cigar Co...
1552s Gen Electric...
171ft General Motors.
67 Goodrich B F...
155ft 155ft 155ft
170 I69?i 170
03 Gt North pf..... 93 A
41 Gt Nor Ore, 41Ji
43 Greene C C
45ft Hask & Barker
B inspiration Cop.
26 tnt Nickel
45 internat Paper..
38 Jewel Tea
118ft Kelly S T
69ft Utcka Steel....
26 Lee K St Tire...
54J4 uehlgh Valloy..
7554, ilay Dept Store
26ft larln com.....
Ii2!a .arine pfd. .....
118ft 117 118ft
32ft 31ft 32ft
67ft Maxwell l3t pf.
Max Mot 2d pf . .
.liaral Con Cop.
4.4J4 jlisaour Pacific.
Missouri Pac pf
N t C & C. ......
2ft Nat En & Stn.p.
t;w York C t.
Nevada Con Cop
New York Dock.
N Y Ont & West.
Norfolk & West.
hlo Gas. ......
Owens Bol Ma...
10416 104ft 104ft
60!i Pan. Am. Pet-....
Pacific Mail 26
51ft Peopiea Gas&C. 51
Pitts Coal 48ft
I'ress Steel Car.
Uav Con Cop....
78 a Ky SU Sprga. ...
e2 uep 1 &. Steel.
, aeab.ara Air L.
11 -imituck AC...
40v$ - nolair Oil..
10i "Uibern Pac .
cJ .. ern Kwy
102Js lUl'i 102.-8
28?u M 2774
3;jj superior Steel.. 40?4
l2 l'ennC&C l3i
i'exas Co . 211
Texas & Pacini
L'nUed Al Steel.
. n. on Pu'mOc .
n.ted v'ifcir St
mleil 1 1 uil
-' I nd At
4 4. '-3
114. 11 j
14 9a 14d4
WANTfcu K-AL ESTATE
A REAL lutrpuln i. nirrn home; caxli
JJ0U. IVIi i-ord III Tiilf, Walking dis
tance Kurtau Knu. und 1 t. Apply JlOX
...,!.. Tmu-i in ' !-!
tYlUWci ..Miiii-U a 10 LOAN
UUNr.i to i.o.v. .ao tu uu.uuo o o i
C. real esiaio srmm irusi mnus. All
iransailsuns eoniiucit.il who tiuuuuuia.
luimiUeraiiun jur burriiwrcrs.
Wil. H. SAUM'MtS A CO..
Boutnerd Builtfl t. u7 lbin st N. Vt
UONr.Y TO LOAN
an rsal tsta.r lowest rates nrinr parrntnt
SrlYllezea' large amount' TYLER h
;DTHBnFORO. 117 Ittb st- X.t I
NEW "MOSES" OF ALL
JEWS IN U. S.
RABBI ABRAHAM AARON
Venerable expert on Talmudlc
laW, who has been chosen chief
lawgiver of all the orthodox Jew
ish congregations in the United
States. Rabbi Yudeloyltch Is the
first chief Rabbi since 1003, when
Rabbi Jacob Joseph, head of or
thodox Judaism, died. Dr. Yudel
ovitch was selected as chief
rabbi in New York at a conven
tion of Jewish ministers. He was
born Id Navaradoc. Minsk, Russia,
sixty-nine years ago. He has
been a rabbi for forty-five years.1
He left Russia twenty-two years
ago and went to Manchester.
England, later coming id New
York. In his capacity of chief
law-giver, ho has 200 synagogues
under hirf,, direction, stretching
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
Close. High. Low-. P.M.
84 USRubber M 83& 84
111 USRublpf..,.. IUU lV4 11m
49ft V S Smel & Rfs SI 49ft fil
gsft !TRStl..k.... 99 pk-cflj
73ft "lab Copper.... 75ft 73'i 74ft
Va.Car Cfaem pf H3ft 113ft 113ft
3-5 Wabash pf A.... 33 33 33
f ustinfThpun .. 6 "? 6
63ft Whlti Motors.. 54 S3 ' 54
83 WJlronlnc..... 84 83
Wabash .-- 8' 8ft
98'a" Wilson pf 98 '4 98ft
29! Trinv-.Overland. ' ?9
9? Will Over pf 03 923 92X
66 Woith Pnmo M oft 66ft fc
Today's Market Hints
Prepared by the Bureau of Markets. U.
S. Department of Agriculture.
ABCSDAM Kale, white potatoes, tur
VADim .am narsnlns. onions, celerv.
cauliflower, oranges, grapefruit, bananas.
-. n rm
achTpWer,: local Teuuce: radishes.' c5-
rumhKra. strawberries, annles. asDararus.
' to consutn)-r
Product. Grade, etc. today.
CAHBAGK. Fla.. head
CilKKOlS Best. W pkv...........
CAUl.U'LOWISK Cal.. med.-oest
KALK, local, best. plc.
UrrTUCIi Cal.. med., -and large.
Do.. local, medium, head
OMON8. yellow, best. U pk
Do., spring, hunched, bunch....
PARSNIPS. V Pk ;
POTATOES No. 1 western, pk (15
Do.. No. 1 local ........
Do., best sweet No. 1, tt pk
..Do., yams. No. 1. U pk........
Do. sweet. No. 2. Vi Jk
RADISHES local, bunch ..:....
bPINACII, local, pk
TOMATOES Fla.. lb
TURNIPS & pk
APPLES First Grades.
Albemarlo Pippins, best, U pk...
Ben Davis, best, & pk
Poorer grades. pk
GRAPEFKUrr Med. (64 & 80) eh
LEMONS Best (360 & HZ sixe).
ORANGES Fla.. med. (176 & 216
Do., cal., mea. ui -uu .
REED WOULD DEBATE
KANSAS CITY, April 1. In a letter
to the St. Louis branch of the League
to Enforce Peace. United States Sen-
ator James A. Reed, of Missouri, sug-
gested that a debate on the proposed
league of nations be arranged between
William H. Taft and himself on the
occasion of Mr. Taft's visit to Mis
souri in April.
In the event Mr. Taft is unable to
accept. Senator Reed said he would be
willing to debate the subject with
Senator Hitchcock, chairman of the
Senate Committee on Foreign Rela
tions, or any Senator, Republican or
There are still more than 1,500.000
doughboy" oversens. Buy War Sav
ings Stamps nnd help bring them
I Want You to
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of my many years of .successful
experience in tne cieniai c""
sion. 1 am making no promises
which I cannot fill to the letter
when I say that my methods are
absolutely scicnMflc and my work
will stand the test of long years
Fall Set of Tcrth $3.00
fiold Crown 4?:5,!I5 V1
I'oroelnln frown SJI.00 l'p
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Saturday to S P. 31.
YOU MAY PAY AS THE
OR. (. MATHERS, 7fii & Mass. Ave.
DENTAL Over Peopled Drujj Store No. 1
SPECIALIST Opposite Goldmhcrs's
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THE LOCAL MARKET
Small sales dominated the trading
en the Washington Stock Exchange
Ten shares' of Commercial National
ank at 180. ten at ISt, and ten at
82 were sold at the regular session.
ix shares of Capital Traction and one
if the same stock at 86. two shares
f American Security at 236 -and $1,000
Washington Railway and Electric 4's
at 70 also changed hands.
After call 1.000 Washington Rail
way and EJcctric 4's went over at 71.
The $300,000 issue of S per cent
bonds of the Norfolk and Washing
ton Steamboat Company which are
being called in by the. company in
advance of maturity at 105 are pay
able today at the American Security
and Trust Company, Holders of the
bonds should present them with
coupons attached. The bonds were
dropped from the list of the Wash
ington Stdck Exchange yesterday.
The stock of the Home Savings
Bank was also dropped from the list
of the local tock exchange at the
request of officials of that bank, fol
lowing its merger with the American
Security and Trust Company.
A foreign exchange department has
been established bi"- the District Na
tional Bank. It is in charge of Altus
Washington Railway and Electric
4s. $1,000 & 70.
Capital Traction, &&S6. 10864.
Commercial National Bank, 10 &
182; 10 & 181: 10 & ISO.
American Security and Trust, 2
After call Washington Railway
and Electric 4's. $1,000 0 71.
LOCAL BOND MARKET
PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS.
Am. Tel. & Tel. 4,'s 84 84
Am. Tel. & Tel. 4rs.. 88 00
A. T. & T. Ct'l. Tr- 5's. 00 91
Am. T. & Ti Con. ffa.. 102 103
C. & P. TeL 5's 06
Cap. Tract. R. R. B's.. 96 97
City, & Sub. 5's 88!4
Metfop. R. R. 5's 95 98
Pot. Elec Lt. 5's 97 08
Pot. Elec Cons. 5's.... 92 ....
Pot. Elec. Pow 6's 90
Pot. E. P. G-M. 6s.... 98 99
Wash. Gas 5's 96 97
Wash. Ry. &EIec. 4's.. 70 71
Wash. Ry. Elec G-M 6's. 94 96
Am. Graphone 1st 6s.. 97 99
D. C. Paper Mfg. 6s.... 99 100
Riggs Realty 5's (long). 96 99
RIggs Realty 5's (short) 98 97
Sec Stge. & Safe Dep. C's . . 101
Wash. Market 5s (1927) 95
Wash. Market 5's (1947 95
W. M. Cold Storage 5's. 04
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Amer. Tel. & Tel....:. 104
Capital Traction 86 87
Washington Gas 51 53
N. & W. Steamboat 189 200
Wash. Ry. & Elec com .. 51
Wash. Ry. & Elec pfd.. 63 65
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank.... 151 160
Columbia Nat. Bank.... 195 225
Commercial Nat Bank.. 130 185
District Nat. Bank 160
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank. 240,--260,-.
Federal Nat. Bank 175 190
Lincoln Nat. Bank
? fatin Dn w l
' '"'5178 at. wamc
1 second Jat, UanK 140
Washington 200 230
TRUST COMPANT STOCKS.
(Amer. Sec. & Trust... 234 240
, Continental Trust . .
.' National Sav. & Trust.
' Union Trust . .
i Wash. Loan & Trust..
I0-15c SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
JJ-JU Commerce and Sav 12
s3o Ftst Wash-'Sav. Bank.. 12
10-15c Liberty Savings.. ..... 120- ...
'Vet-chants' Bank 130 ...
IS1: Sec- Sav and Com- Bk-- 200
27-SS? Sev- st- Sav- Bank 140
20-23cJ FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Jil2Jo Arlington Fire Ins 7 8
45 53c Corcoran Fire Ins 100 ...
15-20c Firemen's Fire Ins 19 ...
4" " Ger. Amer. Fire Ins.... 220
Nat. Union Fire Jns... 5 ...
32-41c I TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS
23-ttic Columbia Title Ins 4 6
iR"7&! Real Estate Title Ins... 72 77
Grapho com 212 219
Grapho pfd ............. 92 . .
Chapin Sacks 145-
D. C. Paper Mfg Co 90
Mer. Trans. & Stor 100 110
ilergenthaler Linotype.. 134& 136
Lan.iton Monotype 05 66
Security Storage 185
Sec. Stge. & Safe Dep... 110
Washington Market lGi
Old Dutch com 4 6
Old Dutch pfd 10 12
Ap FIMAMnF RfiND RATP
WAR rinMlsUC DUNU HM 1 C
HIGHER THAN LIBERTIES
Announcement of a 5 per cent rate
on the $200,000,000 war finance cot
poration bond issue caused much
financial speculation today as to its
effect on the Victory loan.
This rate is three-quarters per cent
higher than any Lfberty bonds have
carried. It is equaled only by farm
loan board loans.
A few officials thought the 5 per
cent rate might be indicative of the
Interest to be offered with the Victory
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NAVY AERO SECRETS
OF M REVEALED
Naval aviation vras developed to a
far greater extent during the war
than the public was permitted to be
lieve. Unlike military aviationywher
the developments and tendencies were
njore or less known to. the. world at
large during the war, naval avlatloa
has been enshrouded in the blackest
and most Impenetrable smoke qcreen
of the cepsors; Indeed, lt is' only dur
ing the last few days that the facts
are becoming known as regards the
winged branch of' the naval forces.
Along with the diminutive Sopwith
"Camels" or single-seater blplaaee
which the British navy launched from
platforms erected on a pair of long
guns of any cruiser. It is now di
vulged for the first time, sayi the
Scientific American, that both British
and American naval forces made use
of towing barges or lighters for
transporting big- seaplanes to distant
points. These barges served the pur
pose of towing seaplanes to some
where near enemy points, by meaas
of fast torpedoboat destroyers, so as
to lessen the flying distance.
Four Hand Ptrmp TJse-H
These barges follow the usual hy
droplane lines. A compartment at the
rear of the craft is employed as a
trimming' tank, which Is blown dut by
compressed-air flasks. Four '.hand,
pumps of drawn brass tube are used
for handling water ballast and drain
ing the vessel. A windlass is m oust
ed at the forward end. This windlass
Is fitted with two drams, one for
handling 2-lnch flexible steel wire
rope so that the hauling wire can be
wound on to it. and the other for
7-16-inch cable cha'n.
The barge takes the seaplane on
board by means of a cradle or trol
ley, which runs on a pair of rails.
The trolley is composed of twp parts,
the after part being hinged to the
foremost or main portion. The fore
part is carried on ten flanged rollers,
each three inches in diameter and
two and a quarter Inches wide on the
bearing surface. The top' of the
framework of the cradle is laid with
portable sets of fir battens. Clips to
prevent the trolley lifting from the
rails, are provided.
Also four automatic hinged catches
are provided for holding the, cradle
in the receiving position and in. the
stowing position. The seaplane or
flying boats is stowed on the cradle
running on the fore and aft rails- oa
the Inner bottom of the lighter. TJo
ship the flying boat or seaplane, the
cradle is run down the rails to the
extreme after end of the Iightef. The
latter is then trimmed down aft by
flooding a water ballast compartinent
by means of a Kingston valve suffi
cient fraught of water being ob
tained to allow of the flying, boat
or seaplane being floated on to the
Haale Up the Kails.
The cradle, with its load, Is now
hauled up the rails by means of the
hand windless at the. bow to the
stowing position, which is1 approxi
mately midships, where lt Is secured.
The water in the ballast compartment
at the fear is then blown out by com
pressed air stored in bottles carried
on board the lighter, bringing the
ciaft to an even keel for towing1. The
towing eyes are fitted to each side of
the barge, s.ome distance back from
the bow, a bridle being used. By this
means any tendency for the lighter
to deviate from her true course Is
corrected by one or the other of the
legs of the bridle bearing on the fore
part of the lighter 'and thus bring
Ing her back to her true course.
Three skegs are fitted aft fpr the
It Is 'said that these lighters have
been- towed -by -destroyers-'atr speeds
up to thirty-five knots with flying
boats on board. To prevent the flyintr
boat or seaplane, as the case may be,
from lifting off the trolley when the
barge is being towed at high speed,
two wing supports are provided at
each side. When the desired point for
making an attack Is reached the
plane is launched by reversing the
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76th Issue of Stock
Shares, $2.50 Per
4 Per Cent Interest
915 F M. N. W.
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blllty We ran supply such Investments ta
amounts from JS0O upward. Send for book
let. "Concerning Loans an4 Investments.
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