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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, APRIL 27. 1919.
19 LOST AND FOUND t - POCKET CAMERA, folding, Ansco; 21,4x314, on car re turning from Great Falls, Sunday about noon; liberal reward. Phone LIEtfT A. L. RYAN, Main 2570, Branch 1130, or Columbia 7931, after 5 p.m. . 2J WOLF NECKPIECE On the 10:30 Rockville car Thursday. Finder please return to 3573 Warder st., or phone Col. 7935. Reward. KEY KING -Seven key, one Tale. CLAlf LIX OPTICAL. CO. Phono Col. 5755. 38 YEST Pink silk and taffeta, Wednesday, bet. 14th and G and Woodward Lotn rpP'a. Liberal reward If returned to 2608 Garfield at. N. W. S7 HANDBAG On April 22, between 8:30 and 9 a. m., on W R and B Co. car marked Georgetown, a brown suede hand ba& containing 326. 4th liberty loan re ceipt card and some valuable receipts; liberal reward and no questions asked if returned to M. DALT. 63 V at. X. W. 88 POCKETBOOK. Lady's black patent leather pocketbook. with man's cold watch and chain and locket, with Masonic emblem: X. R. Inside watch. Reward if returned 129 Thomaa st. X. W 27 HANDBAG Gray silk Containing $7 and mall change, and letter addressed to Mrs J. M, Button: on 14th st. car. be tween Fairmont and U ats.; reward. BES SIE C SSIBERT, 1438 Glrard st N. W. POCKETBOOK Black leather; contain ing 340, snapshots, etc. between Southern Railway Bids, and Avenue cars: reward It returned to MISS HILDA ORLEB, 307 Southern Railway Bide, or call Line 3CI8-W. 27 BAG On April 17, about tp.nb.on Chevy Chase car. black leather bag, containing several bottles, one silver spoon. Suitable reward if returned to 2608 Garfield it. 327.00 Saturday evening coming up 11th st. from G to Eye over to 12th, up 12th to N. Reward. FLOT WILLIAMS. 1305 I at. N. W. 23 WIRE WITCE- Fainted white; mounted with new diamond tire, non-skid. ROBERT NEWTON HARPER, District National Bank. Reward. 27 GOLD WATCH and chain Reward if re turned to U33 Colvert st. Phone Colum bia S836. l-7 PEARL NECKLACE with diamond clasp, Wednesday night, In Vicinity of Cath olic University or on Brooklsnd-George-town car. Ten dollars reward. Regina O'Donnell. Trinity College. 1-27 AMETHYST RING, at First Baptist cfaureh 33 reward. T. W. C. A. House. 8llver Spring. Md. 1-38 LADY'S sssbsrst of opals and pearls reward If returned to 3738 Kanawha st. or phone a eve. 1321-W. 1-38 fSS REWARD for return of IrLsH terrier; answering to name or -"Mike;" on collar, Thomas F. Ryan. 2101 Conn, ave.; also Cuyler. 26 E. -64th at. H. Y. city. 28 CAT Strayed or stolen; large black eat; male; 1 year old; answers to name or Murphy: small white epot on throat and -white whisker. Reward for return to 1319 G at. X. W.. or phone Franklin 13IS-W. " GLOVE Leffc-haad fur-Used; between 14th and D ata. and State Department. Finder please return to Room 33, State Depart ment. Reward. 37 DOG Airedale; oa Thursday; with collar and no tag. from 1018 Spring rd. N. W. Phone Col. 2333. Reward if returned. 37 OLD-FASHIONED round pin; jet and pearl: on ISth sL. near L. or L st. bet. Conn. ave. and 16th st. Reward If returned to 21S2 Florida ave. North 8225. 28 X-CABAT solitaire old mine diamond, platinum setting, with initials "B. V. Y." inside, probably in Riggs National Bank. Reward for return to Louis A. Dent. South- ern Bldg. . 23 WATCH Wrist; wlfl the party who found lady's gold wrist watch, Swiss movement, case No. E 61 211 8. return same and receive reward to Miss DORRIES, 91 14th st. N. W.7 Frank. 7443. 1-1 LAVALTER, with S pearls, mosaic, and silver chain; valued as keepsake: on E st. N. E., or 6th st. S. W. Reward if re turned to MffeS ROY, 443 10th st. N. E. Idn. 1 813-J. g HANDBAG By 'widow, black handbag, containing "3 SO; also book from Hechts. Friday. April 18, on H St., between 14th and 16th sts. N. E. Liberal reward. Re turn to 230 13th at. S. E Line. 4112. 27 CAMEO PIN At car stop at 14th and Pa. ave. Reward offered. Address M. S. BERRY, 1332 Park road. Wash.. D. C 1-2T A FLATTED gold bracelet, on Tuesday afternoon, between Central High School and 1353 Euclid st. Reward Phone North 1470-J, Mrs. DcL. GILL, 1905 16th st. N. W 80 STICKPIN Gent's, April 16; design, oyster with small pearl in open mouth. Reward if returned 1431 R st, N. W. 1-29 SWEATEE Baby's brown, home made, on Takoma Park car, Sunday evening about 3:30 p. m. Reward if returned to 1303 Pa. ave. S. E. Lincoln 6. 28 WANTED AGENTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS If 310 to 320 per day would interest you write for particulars. BONTER. Boyce Bldg., Chi- cago. 27 t AGENTS--Cash In on prohibition; 327 to 336 weekly, new, fast selling articles; going like wildfire: agents cleaning up Write today for particulars. AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO., 162. American Bldg . Cln- clnnatl. Ohio. 27 AUTHORIZED NEGRO WAR BOOK, 700 pages, by Kelly Miller of Washington. T C, and an assistant of the Navy De partment, best book for colored peop!e ever written, over 100 pictures, only 82 59: selling like wild fire; big outfit free, get the big book; act Quick AUSTIN & JEN KINS CO.. Warder Bldg., Washington. D. C 27 HOW TO START IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF," is a little book sent free by a large hosiery manufacturer selling its en tire output through special representative direct to the wearers, it shows you how to build "for keeps" and how to make up to 12 00 a year.'s some are doing Write for it today CLOWS KNIT HOSIERY CO. PhlladelphlaPa. 27 I WANT 40 BfEN and women quirk to take orders for -Comer Raincoats, thousands ef orders waiting for you. $2 an hour for Dare time, Maher made 353 30 in one day: Cooper 828 75 in 4 hours. I will give you J2 500 a year for 4 average orders a day. no' delivering or collecting, stylish coat frs for you. 65 beautiful samples, no capi tal required : biggest money maker in America. write quick for information COMER MFG. CO, DepU G-I4S. Dayton. Ohio. - -' AGENTS rW to 50 per week easily made selling the Simplex Gas Lighter: the rreatest novelty of the age. no flint or friction, lights like magic 8IMPLEX GAS Lighter co., 10 e 14th n y. U, t.l3.20,27.my4ll .18,2 MAKE X3.Q8 an hour taking order for Mau profit In advance, we deliver and J collect, sample coat iree; wruo ior i-rn-torrV GOODYEAR MFG. CO. 9S0 LUJls Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo. ap.-tf LARGE maaefaHarer wants representa tives to sell shirts, underwear, hosiery. presses, waists, skirts, direct to homes. Writs for tre samples. Madison Mills. 103 Broadway. New York city. Ja36-su-32t WANTED SALESMEN IP YOU CAN SELL, want to sell, think you can sell, send addses for Successful ales Plftns for New Art. interesting en ticl.. made from a genuine Trench-Amer!-.n shell, sell in offices and home, provid r oney-makefs: sslesmen. ordinarily ge' 'nr good salaries, find our commission r reposition better KVBAD A- CO founded 13 "V"I'irn "Bldg New Tork ) 27 HELP WANTED MALE WANTED ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS Young men and women who are ambitious to be come Expert Accountants and desire to take up the study of Accountancy in evening class. A special class now forming for a four months' course in the fundamental principles of Higher Accountancy preparatory to the study of the full course. Splendid opportunity for those who wish to thoroughly prepare themselves for a Profession offering exceptional opportunities for satisfactory remuneration and advancement. Class sessions two evenings a week. NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL E. F. BARTELT, Instructor 734 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST Arc you a misfit in your present business, or do you find your work tiresome and uninteresting? ," we would recommend the wireless profession. "Wc are placing our graduates to good advantage, ana the demand for men in all classes of radio work is steadily on the increase, the positions paying from 3110 per month with all your living expenses, up to aa high as 33.600 per year. We are even being called on for some of our under graduates to do radio work, and we desire to graduate as many students as possible in the near fu ture, as we shall make a business of supplying commercial concerns as well as the government with operators and inspectors. The course requires only a few weeks (about fourteen); our charge for tuition very moderate, payable on your own terms, and It takes only about two hours of your time each morning or night five days in the week. Opportunity Is knocking, and it is up to you to open the door. Let us prepare you for the first grade commercial license and we will look out for the good po sitions. Service Radio School. 800-2 Pa. ave. X. TV. The largest radio school In the world. 23 Accountant, Bookkeeper, Clerk Over 31 to train at once without Inter fering with present duties, for auditing, cost production, and public accounting practice; salary. 31.800 to 6,000 per year after qualifying; state age. present em: ployment, and phone number, if any. BOX 7 Times office 1-2 ACCOUNTANCY Become an expert ac countant under the guidance of 16 certi fied public accountants; no teat books used ; small cost; easy terms; 13.000 successful students, over 2(5 C P. As to our credit; free book. "How to Learn Accountancy." International Accountants' Society. CIS Colorado Bldg. lap24-90t ACME AUTO TOP CO. Want first-class trimmers add painters to turn out the best grade of work In tht rlty. 1421 Irving Street N. W. Phona Columbia 5376. mhJS-SOt AMBITIOUS HEN to qualify as draftsmen through our thorough, practical train ing, day or night. In your spare time. Big salaries and permanent employment. Free catalog on request. COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING. 14lh and T ata. X. W. fell-tf BLACKSMITH and helper. L. MORGAN JOHNSTON, Arlington (Syphax 8tation). Va. 3-33 BOY with wheel to run errands. Apply M. A. LEESE, 614 9th st N. W. 1-28 BOYS Go 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 BOY, 16 or over, by financial institution; good opportu nity for right boy. BOX 194, Times office. 27 BOY With wheel; moat have reference, at once. PAUL LIEBEL. 121S G st. X. W. 27 ELEVATOR BOY At once. Kectdrlek apis. 1801 K st. N. W. 2 BUNDLE WRAPPERS At once; good salary. YOUNG MEN'S SHOP, 1319-21 F st. N. W. 1-28 CARPENTERS r. men at once: must know business: be good and fast. 34 per day for 8 hours' work Take car to 18th and H sts. X. K. transfer to Bladensburg or Berwyn car. corner of Ross st and Baltimore pike. CHAS. M. LIGHTBOWN, Cottage City. Md. Phone Hyattsville I33-W 1-2" Wanted STEADY MEN As i Conductors and motormen. Permanent work, good pay. We have positions open, at ex ceptionally good pay, for sev eral good, careful young or middle-aged men. This work is right in Wash ington and opens the way for an ambitious man to learn the street railway business under the best of conditions. Apply Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, 9 to 12 a. m., Instruction Department, WASHINGTON RAILWAY AND ELECTRIC CO., 14th and East Capitol sts. 1-31 CHAUFFEUR for Ford taxlcab. NA TIOXAL HOTEL. Tait Stand. 28' COLLECTORS Two reliable at once: goid alary. Apply MR. SILLINGS. 353 Munn-v Bldg. 23 COOKS Full craw. IS for hotel, Norfolk, Va . also vegetable cooks, colored, ana kitchen men. todsy DICKS HOTEL AGENCY 12th and Pa. ave. X. W. 28 COOKS and" dishwashers. WAR AND . a irv T tfaTrll A Tt .... -v WT 1-2T HELP WANTED MALE COOK Colored, wanted: good pay, steady position. Apply 818 3th st, X. W. myl SHORT OKDKR COOK Colored: good pay. Apply today. Monterey Restaurant. 503 13th st. X. W. 23 COATMAKERS and bushelmen Steady worl.WINEMAN.1302 F stN. W. 1-27 DAIRY HANDS 10, .board and room. BELMONT STATION, Mt. Vernon car. H. P. WILSON. 28 FRAME MAKERS and BENCH HANDS Apply Mill Work Department, BARBER & ROSS, 5th & V Sts. N. E. 12 FINISHER wanted on furniture; first-class; good wages; per manent position. Apply HUB FURNITURE CD., 7th and D sts. N. W. 1-30 IUK PULLERS Two. Apply Engine Room, Tenleytown Ice Plant. 29 TYPEWRITING STUDENTS. Improved methods of instruction: small classes quick results. NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL, 734 Fifteenth St. N. W. 2 LABORERS 100 good sturdy laborers wanted for grading and cement work: 40 cents per hour and free lodging. Meet me at 3rd & C sts. X. W., Washington D. C. Monday morning, 9 o'clock a. m. MR. PETTIT. 1-27 LABORERS for hns wrecking, 33.23 a day. Report 7:30 a. m. Monday morning at Montello at. and Mount Olivet road N. E. 27 LABORERS for cleaning brick, SS a thou sand. Report 7:30 a. m. Monday morn ing at Montello st. and Mount Olivet rd. X. E. 27 LAUNDRY FOREMAN and full crew, for summer resort hotel. DICKS HOTEL AGENCY. 12th and Pa. ave. N. W. !7 ThAKE 320-350 weekly making randy at home: we lurnisn everyitung. write us today. CANDTMAKERS CO., 829. St. Louis. 27 MAN, young, as clerk in photo graph store M. A. LEESE, 614 9th St. N. W. 12 8 MAN for fruits and vegeta bles, with references; ex perienced. Apply ARCADE FRUIT CO., 14th and Park road N. "W. 1 MAN to collect; active and willing; $20 per week; bicy cle' furnished; references re quired. Address BOX 65, Times office. 30 MAN fo work this city reflnlshing chande liers, brass beds, automobile, by nev method: 310 dally without capital or ex perience Write GUNMETAL CO. 49 Elm, Decatur. HI 7 MAN Young white, to learn the Jewelry and optical trade Apply at once. 1817 7th st. X W : good pay l-z MEN Three or four active white; for win dow cleaning and help on other work Salary from 33 to 33 per day. Call after 4 p. m. W C HURDLE. 1668 Avon place X. W , near 21st and R. 1-27 YOUNG MAN to make himself useful around shoe store. Apply THE BOOT SHOP, 803 H st. N. B. 27 MAN White, to work In country, near city. Apply 2100 Pa ave X. W. 1-50 MEN To distribute advertising matter. Call or phone MR HUNTER Sunday un til noon: Monday until 8 a. m., Rochester Hotel. 910 E st X. W. ;8 WANTED MEN prepare as firemen, brake men, colored train porters. 3106-3175 month: no experience necessary: all stand ard Northern-Southern rod!. 500 wanted, uniforms and passes furnished when neces sary INTER RAILWAY DEPT. 167. Indianapolis. Ind :;. 11.18 KITCHENMAN, colored. Ap ply LOGAN HOTEL. 28 OYTER shuckers, wanted at once; good wages and meals. Apply Steward 0C- CIDENTAL HOTEL. 28 PHARMACIST Registered!"- good wages and short hours, at once. Address BOX 63. Times office. 29 PAPERHANOERS and painters, at once; steady work; good wages. Apply 3402 Georgia ave. N. W. Col. 6295. 1-29 PAINTERS. Apply Pennington & Taylor, 2333 18th st. N. W. i PAINTERS 2 men at once, must know business, be good and fast: $6 50 per day. 8 hours Take car to 15th and II sts. X E. trsnsfer to Blsdensburg or Berwyn car. corner of Floss st and Baltimore pike CHAS. M LIGHTBOWN. Cottage City, lid Phone HyaltavlIleU3;'. l-27 PRESSER Experienced machine wanted. MATROSE CLEAXER8 ft DTERS, 1413 lth at. X. W. 27 WANTKD Geod solicitors to work for The Times; good chance to advance for rlgit man: Apply CIRCULATION DEPT. tf PORTER with wheel. Steady position; good wages to right man. Apply GOLDHEIM'S, 14th & N. Y. ave. l-28 WOODWORKERS wanted: experienced on wagon work. Apply M. T. & S. CO . rear 2nd and B sts. X. W. 2 A SPLENDID POSITION can bo secured if you will state your quali fications Jo. a Want Ad under Situations wanted in Tht Times Phott your ad. Main S2(0. Bill wiU b sent. t27tf HELP WANTED MALE RAW BRICK TOSSERS. WANTED. $4.50 per day. Truck loaves city 6:45 a. m. daily. WEST BROS. BRICK CO., South End Long Bridge, Va. SALESMEN AND MBS OK rilAnArTKR1 WHO WOULD LIKE TO BECOME SALBSMKN. A prominent firm desires to engage for Its sale force a few ambitious men of plenslng personality who are sincere in their desire to advance themselves. To thnro who have the backbone, this In nil excellent opportunity. Experience not ftbr aolutnly necessary na successful applicants will be given a thorough course of train- inc. If necessary, duties can bo arranged 'so they will occupy only part time at the start. JiO.x 66, Times office np-5-tf WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS to work for THE TIMES. Good chance to advance for right man. Apply Circulation Department. apZS tr SOLICITORS. Apply LINCOLN PRINTING CO., 724 11th st. N. W. 1-2 SHOEMAKERS Two good ; best wages. Apply H. H. HAYNES, 720 11th st. N. W. SHORTHAND STUDENTS. Special short-time course In Gregg shorthand- lmllvldnol l"ntr'ic,!nn NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL, 734 Fifteenth St. N. W. 29 TINNERS and helpers. S29 H at. N. W. ' 2X HELP WANTED FEMALE ' AMBITIOUS young women, fair education. iwith some knowledge stenography and typewriting, have splendid opportunities in the radio profession, with rapid promotion at big pay. We qualify you for govern , ment first grade commercial license in aboui i weeKS. xow nave some excellent positions watting to be filled. Your op portunity Is here, why not grasp It? Our tuition Is moderate and the future work light, pleasant and fascinating. Call and talk It over. SERVICE RADIO SCHOOL. S0O-2 Pa. ave. Phone Franklin 751. 1-28 CASHIER Experienced. VIC TORY LUNCH, 1724 Pa. ave. N. W. .1-1 CASHIERS, checkers, counter girls. Also short-time girls. Apply to Mr. PRATT, Navy Cafeteria, 1 8th and B sts. N. W. 1-30 CASHIERS Government cafeteria. 6th and B sts. N. W. Ask for MR. LAUGHLIX. 3 WHITE early cleaners. Ap ply RALEIGH HOTEL, 12th and Pa. ave. N. W. 27 COOK Colored, to help in cafe. Good wages. KEN ESAW CAFE, 16th and Irv ing sts. nw. 29 CHA3IBERM AID-WAITRESS Neat lady; good wages; Mt. Vernon car. Belmont Station. H. P. WILSON 27 COUNTER GIRL White. Government cafeteria. Cth and B sts X. W. Ask for MR. LAUGHLIX. 3 COUNTER GIRLS Alo dishwasher. LIT TLE HOME CAFETERIA. 1735 Pa. ave. X. W. 2 COLORED GIRL to assist in photo estab lishment; one who has some experience in kodak printing. 3306 Kth at. X W 1-28 EARN 325 weekly, spare time, writing for newspapers, magazines, exp unnec . de tails free PRESS SYNDICATE. 237. St Louis. Mu 27 FILM INSPECTORS Expe rienced; good salary. Ap ply Select Picture Co., 525 13th st. N. W. 27 FOOD CHECKERS for Government cafe teria: fcth and B etc. X W Ask for MR. LAUGHLIX 3 SHORTHAND STUDENTS. Special short-time course in Gregg sh'-rtlintnl Individual iPHtrutlun. NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL, 734 Fifteenth St N W 23 GIRL Young, to stay in office half a day. 811 17th at N W. 1-29 GIRL for light office work. Ap ply 2923 M st. N. W. 1-2 GIRL wanted for clerical work, forenoon only. Apply Child's, 1 423 Pa. ave. N. W. 1-27 GIRL or woman In a ladles' tailoring es tablishment for general sewing. Apply 3211 Mount Pleasant st. X. W. Col. 4115. 29 YOUNG LADY General of fice work; permanent posi tion; good chance for ad vancement. 213-14 AIcLachlen Bldg. 27 YOUNG lady for general office . work, including stenograph)', permanent position. H. W. PHILIPS & CO., 803 Wood ward bldg. 1-29 YOUNG lady, good salary; steady position; one who un derstands bookkeeping and able to use an Oliver typewriter. Apply the QUALITY JEWELRY CO., 438 9th st. N. W. 1-28 YOUNG LAD IKS anxious to heroine pro ficient In speedy slioriliand writ Inc. tl.i." forming to start April 30 NATIONAL SCHOOL OP SECRETARIES. 14U4 II at X W. 3rd floor 1-2 YOr.NG .LADY at once. PEARSON'S DRUG STORE. 18th and Florida v- 28 LADY Young, to learn dancing with view to teach. SIXSMITH DANCING CLUH. 1210 O st N. W. ap24-14t LADIES Five bright, capable ladles to travel, demonstrate and Hell dealnrs. $28 to 60 per week; railroad fare paid. Write at onre. GOODRICH DRUG CO.. Dept. 233. Omaha. Xebr. 20.27.4. 11. 18.36 MAKE 320-350 weekly making randy at home we furnish everything. Write us today I'ANDYMAKEnS CO. 8J0. St Lnuj 27 HELP WANTED FEMALE TA ILO RES S Experienced; good pay; steady work. PARISIAN LADIES TAILOR, 625 Pa. ave. S. E. 1 -29 SALESLADY Experienced in shirt waist dept.; good salary and steady position. THE LOEB CO.. 714 7th st. N. W. 1-S0 Two Expert STENOGRAPHERS at $100 per month. Apply Virginia Shipbuilding Cor poration, Alexandria, Va. ' 28 TYPIST Wanted experienced. BKBHAN OPTICAL CO. Jl37th st. N. W. 27 TKLETIIONK OPERATOR Suburban, all i)y work: hours 8 to C; no Sunday work. Art dross BOX 172. Times office. 33 TYPEWRITING STUDENTS. Improted methods of Instruction; small cli"i"ft ruick results NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL, 734 Fifteenth St. N. W. 29 WAITRESS-CHAMBERMAID, light col ored; 340 per month; come ready fo work. 3301 16th st . corner Park rd. 27 WAITRESS, light colored; breakfast and dinner: 330 per month; como ready to work. 3301 16th st., corner Park rd. 27 WAITRESSES Experienced; neat appear and; good pay. Apply MUNTICISLLQ CAFE. 807 King st.. Alexandria. Va. 1-27 WAITRESSES Six. MODEL LUNCH. 787 8th st. S K 1-1 WRITE PHOTOPLAYS 325-3300 paid any one for suitable Ideas; experience unntc exsary: complete outline free. Write PRO DUCERS LKAGUE, 222. St. Louis. Mo. J7 PANTRY WOMAN Experienced; good position for one who understands the work. Apply iiox iss. Times onTlce. 1 MIDDLE-AGED Women for aisle tables; good pay and pleasant work. Apply at once to Mrs. Sheckels, GOLD- ENBERG'S, Seventh & K sts.l nw. WOMEN Can place you at once; greatest demand In the history of beauty culture for expert and competent manicurists, scalp and facial specialists, marcel wavers. I can teach you In a short time how to become an expert in thoso branches of work; you can earn from 3 to 33 per day. MADAM CATLIN'S NIGHT SCHOOL, 1728 Columbia road. Phone Col. 7180. , 3 WOMEN Neat, attractive, for lunch room; one wun experience preierrec. eezo Georgia ave." 21' WOMEN for pantry, salads (two), 3 per month, for Norfolk. Va., today. DICK'S hotbl AQE.NCI, lztn ana Fa. ave. X. W, 23 WOMAN White, to work on counting table. Apply PEERLESS LAUNDRY CO.. rear 817 12th st. N. E. 1-30 YEOMANETTES ONI.Y Discharged or about to be discharged from the service. Exceptional opportunity for 4 girls who are In earnest about mak ing unusual money. Would like 2 who can travel. E. M. NICHOLS. 1311 O st N. W. Room 210 3 FINE POSITIONS every day are secured by placing an ad. In The Times "Situation Wanted7' Column. Phona an ad right away, and zpaiienead operator will help you with it. BUI will be sent. se27-tf DOMESTIC. COLORED MAID for SMALL FAMILY Apartment 29, The Kenesaw. 16th and Irving sts. X. W. 1-13 COOK Good plain; assist with laundry; go Xorth seashore for summer: goo J home and best wages; references required. Apply 2115 Bancroft place. 27 COOK Good plain, and helper In kitchen. Apply at once, 1226 Vermont avt. X W. COOK and general houseworker for small family Apply 1474 Clifton at. X. W. 27 COMPETENT light colored girl for gen eral housework: no laundry: In doctor's family; references. Apat. 102, The Wel lington. 17th and Park rd. 27 GIRL Colored, for general hoasework, at once; good wages. 1223 11th st. N. W., after 5 pm. 27 GIRL for general housework. 1213 O at. X. W. 1-2S GIRL For general hoasework. Xorth 1874. apart. 202. Phone 1-28 GIRI. Colored, for chambermaid and waitress, stay nights. If desired; good wages UK Decatur st N W Col. 7S0S. 1-2 GIRL for general housework; good wages, no washing, short hours Apply 161 R. I ave X. E.. or Xorth 6109. 29 GIRI, Colored, for general housework; stay nights: good home: small family: must have good references. Apply S23 33th st. X. W. 28 GIRL wanted for general housework. 1100 L st. X. W. 27 GENERAL HOUKKWORKER for after noons from 1 to 7.. 35 pr week. 144 Kentucky ave. S E 29 GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. llryunt st X. W Apply 14 1-23 GENERAL HOW WORKER and plain took, stav nights: references. 322 Newark si. Telephone Cleveland 14. :., LAUNDRESS At once, to do work on premises Apply 2.4D Conn ave. N. W i-2 MAID for general housework; 4 adult: go home night" 1742 S st X. W 27 NURSE, competent, white, to help with two children; references required. 1310 New Hampshire ave.. Apt. 32. tele phone North S934. 29 WASH WOMAN At once: to wash and Iron in one day: first of week preferred. Call 621 Lamont st. X. W. 1 WOMAN White, at onre. for plain cooking anil h, use work, with reference 53S 9th at 8 JJ 28' WOMAN to do general housework and laundry. 1414 21st at X W. 29 WOMAN Reliable, for general housework; also go to country later, family of three, reference required. ?114 O st X. W. 28 WOMAN Colored, to help chambermaid and -wash towels at 1422 Mass. ave N W. 27 WOMAN Colored, to clean drug store; short hours and good wages. Apply at once Tyree'rf Drug Store, 15th and H st. N. E. 27 HELP WANTED MALK AND FEMALB U. 8. GOVERNMENT now needs hundred, men-women. 18 or over; permanent posi tions, pleasant work: 31.000-11.100 flrt year; quick raise, short hours, paid vaca tion; common education sufficient, write immediately for free list positions now ob talnable. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dent. 47 O, Rochester. N. Y 188.8.131.52 DUHTnQ for Identification purposes friKJ 1 -Z naunj promptly 31.01. BROOKB' PTUDIO. 132 P St. N. W. lafk-llt CIVIL SERVICE COACHING Individual Instruction, personal service: limited classes: complete 310- Call or write. 904 Continental Trust Building. 28 HELP WANTED MALI. OR FEHAX.fi GOLDENBERG'S ' . Require the services of Men and Women for Shoe Department. Young Man for Men's Fur nishings Stock Room. Young Ladies for Lunch eonette and Soda Foun tain. Cashiers. Good Salaries and Per manent Positions. Apply at once to Mr. Dobrin, Manager, GOLDENBERG'S, Seventh andErSts, N. W. TYPEWRITER Flrst-daa. Immediately, In law of flea; state experience, refer ences and salary desired to start. Address BOX 215, Times office. 37 SBBIMSSSBSSSBBSSSJSISSBBSSSanMHMSSBJBaBSaSSSjSBjgBSJSl SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. ARCnTTECTURAI, ENGINXKKXNG, do signer, draftsman, desires contract or of fice work; reasonable rates; Address BOX 313. Times office. Sl.tf MAN Married; Jtaady with teU; twk of any kind BOX 213. TlrneTeffle. JOB WORK by the hoCT la flirnln"jr. bmt mowing, woodcutting, etc.; 4c an Iron?. A. A. BREUNINQBR. 323 Qulney St. U. E. Phone N. 2300. S BOY Yoang colored; wishes poaltloa m Jumper on auto or wagon. 1117 K. J. ave. X. W. 21 DISCHARGED overseas soldier wWiw po sition as counter man or waiter. Ad- dreas BOX 200. Times office. ! DISCHARGED soldier wairts position as chauffeur; can furnish best of references. Call Lin. 3833. 1419 F St. X. E. l3 ( MAN 30; desires work la ovoadacs, M, of any kind. Addrsss BOX 301, Times office. 1-23 CARETAKER By retinal wait snaa fa Govt employ at small aalaryt will stay nights. BOX 304. Times office. 23" ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeper, practical ex perience in all cost accouRUAr and sys ung ana tematizing; available for Immediate em ployment. Telephone Rosslyn 39-F 1- 3. BOX 195, Times of flee. myl DRUGGIST Toung ataa, S3 rears at ago, seeking a good lob with: a reliable dras gist In Washington, D. C; graduate ef Philadelphia College of Pharmacy; am em ployed at present and can furnish list ef references. Address Li. hddis, us yay- eiie si., .tmageton. r. J. 37 WANTED Pool ilea as efaaaffesr with art vate family, by discharged soldier; will do au minor repair woric Ad areas 1307 C at. S. W. 1-4 head waitek wacre ability counts; references furnished. B. B. HALL. 405 M St. N. W 1-3 ! DISCHARGED SOLDIER wishes as chauffeur for delivery. BOYD ARMSTEAD. 333 Van st. S. W. !9 PUBUO STENOOBAPHEB. ALFRED E. RECOX. It. 3377. 313 O St. N. W. 903 Methef bldg. aps-sot DISCHARGED soldier, eoiered. wishes po sition as cnanffeur; t years' experience. I. C. HAYWOOD, 3 O st. X. W. 1-29 FEMALE. FIRST-CLASS laundering done at home. 3232 eta st. N. W. Work called for and delivered. 23 DRESSMAKING Sprier, smauner and evening gowaa. North $i. mhl7-90t WOMAN White, wants sltaatloa as com panlon, refined, educated, and pleasing personality: small pay aecsptauie xor gooa homo. BOX 303. Times office. 27 LAUNDRY WORK or cleaning by the day. 1117 N J. ave. N. W. 27 MIDDLE-AGE lady of culture; as com panion, no incumbrance. Address' W. K. Silver Spring P O.. Md. 1-37 BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS ROOF PAINTING Call Lincoln 3030-J or 2137 13th St. S. E.. all work guaranteed. ap24-30t DUPLICATE KEYS MADE IN SHOT, 25c. ACME LOCKSMITH CO.. 104 llth st. X. W. Phono Main- 379. lmhCl-Mt CAUPENTEHS ASfD BUILDHR9 S. MIIAV1T, Carpenter aad Balldm re pairing and Jobbing; estimates given; stortfrouts and fixtures eopeclally. Resi dence and office. 1239 13th St. X. W. . mh38-Jii B. BLANKKNSniF SON. carpenters aad builders; Jobbing and repairing; estimates furnished, satisfaction guaranteed. Drop me a c.rd or call to see me, reeldenca and office 1532 1st st. X W. mh4-St UPUOLSTKRIXG UPHOLSTERING, repairing our specialty. Xorth 3333. mb23-3t SHOES REPAIRING PERFECT SHOE REPAIRING GUARANTEED BEST IN CITY. DI CARLO. 1409 U st. (Xext to Bank.) apt-lit PIANO TUNING. 92 CHAS. H. SPEAKE. fa For years One tuner with Percy Foster Piano Co. CoL 30JS-J. 2323 Ontario rd. ap3.tf CHAIR CANEING. CHAIR CANEING AND FURNITURE REPAISINO X233 iota st. X. W. Frank. T4I1. mh!7-9tt NEW AND SBCOr.D HAND CLOTHFJ THESE ARE POINTS on which the suecew or tnis prosperous Business aspsuaa, ana that Is to pay the square value as we sso II .ml oa will ,ri, l.t via iitv nn'. wnm clothing, shoes, etc . from you and you us JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 19 P. 27 PAINTING AND PAPEHHAWGWrO Let Us Brighten Your Some Paperhanging and Tainting Dans Right. Estimates Cheerfully Rendered. THE DECORATIVE SHOP, 739 nth t. X. W. Fraaklla 3373 aaH-313 PAPERHANOINO aad painting dene at the lowest price; all work tlrat-elaes aad guaranteed; phono or writs. Frank. CIO; or THE TABOR CO., 203 D It, N. W. fe2S-Slt CHAIR REPAIRING CHAIRS CANED And repaired. Call North 3091. Jyl3- 3le WINDOW SHADES GOOD quality opaque Besl oaallry at fitted to your Or,rPqu.. hung Q(a window . Wree ........... We call with samples. Ph. Use. 379. KLEEBLATT'S ull JalTrtf fLUMBlNG. PLLHBBB AND 9MB,WmtO Jobbings s4?laftr T. . CLARK. 711 M at X. W. North 8213 ma-0t FOR RENT ROOMS rURXIIBKD, EUCLID ST. N. "VY., 1345 Extra large front room with Ats win nows, ntceiy nznusnta, 3 docbia nods ana sanitary folding cot; electric and gas lights; tiled bath; h.-w. h.; select residen tial location; private family: will rent to elthsr gentlemen or ladles; references ex- coangoo. St.35,37 Cta ST. XV tt., 613 One, two or three rooms, nlcsty furnished, private bath; all conveniences; suitable for 4 or more gen- wemea or j. a. a. si" r ST. N.E.. S14 One front fenlsaed aay. 3rd ST A. It 429 Fria? . no children; IT a. k. 21 th ST. N. W 515 large nieary fBTatahMl rooms! nrlvata teath: room with kltehsa- atte; 1. h. k. ri I lie ST. 3t. W G3 Nleeiy fmrtisaed nom i for men only. 29 tta ST. X. K e oao large front room. "uwnt ror two twin Decs. zi lata ST. H, W 134K Large attractive front room oa parlor floor; electric Ucnur, kitchenette; suitable fur housekeep InjSr Phone Franklin 1439. 3 LAXGE well fsralshed oataUe room ad Joining bath. 3 minutes pack Xew War Risk In flrst-elars apartment house; cen trally located- Call Mala-1933, apartment 135. 1 Mia ST. 27. J Mil large earner roans next bats, electricity; phono in house; modern la ererr way: suitable for two girls. la$aa North 3939-J. 37 7th ST. N. W 124 Two soeaefer aparf- msata of-3 rooms each, partly rarnisbed or unfarntaBsd; also other rocms; all near oaio. reaeoaaBis. 39 S ST. Jf. Jfc, arfaT-Madera; for xaaUe- .H. A XA&COB avsaa rwra, reltsale fee two. eiee- trie light, 3r9?333 Irrlas; tU X, W. Phone Col. T148-W. 33 W ST. N. W 74 Oao targe- treat room, sal table far two; also one single room; all xaodcro improvements. X LARGE eaol ra3 reeaa la detached hsuse. witk porch; convenient to cars. Call North. 4543. - 3 ltk VS. X. TV.. tS3 riTge treat room. neatly Tarstsaod; hcraonksealna allowed; coaveniHces; paeae. 3 TAST CAlrlT01VT 114 'leejy far- nisnea esareom adjeiBBir oath; private family; reasonable rent. Llaeoin 399. 31 ST. N. W., 134 Furaistied raeat; ssaall adult family; near two car lines; rea sonable. 27 S ST. X. W tjatarge aright, eaearfal room; lcely farnisned: in semi-de-tacaed private home; eulUble far 3 ladles or gsntltatea; reasonable tenas. 37 CTST.. IOCS. Caataa Apt. UTnSTU. floor; private family; refrencea. 37 MCarRDPL7ELrM77leweeata aad ttn oa O Oat large roora for 3 gtn tktnen with breakfast. 27 liVh6T.N7wl.1234 rarleraad bedrooai, walking dlstaxeo of business section. 33 "BaWBnsMwaoaMMBoMa X. ST. K. W 1392 Ceatrsl; large front room for 3 adatta; singio beds. 37 O ST. X. W gaftaal far asa-1-3 pie or 3 gentlemen. ONB njMX. of S reassa aad aatat Herat, alry.rweli famished; pear Dopont Circle; refereaee; ao L a. k.; tetspoene Mala 13S. 39 AXUSOB ST. H.Xn 1137 large oatatde; with board, for 2 yddag ladles; un limited phose. Col. 9333. 37 O ST. N. W 9 Nice large front rosea; 3d floor front room; suitable for 3 or 8 tlrls. North 3404. 3 KlBfT sPhCiIIS Uot back reosa far a persons; 113 per raoaia. 27 Ma ST. N. yL 1137 0eeoad fteer traat, slagle or doapla; low rate. 23 ftsd ST. We 814 large traax reem; hot water: teiepnoas; lis. zta noor norm ride. IBS. Lincoln 3313. 1-3 BHOJMO ISLAND AYE. N. W, 1303 One larte 2nd story front room near aatn. . 1-3 QUE ST. N. W, 3337 DeUgktfBl raosas. singit pedi, reftaed surrouadlags. eea traL 1-r E ST. N. W 154 Large attracUro treat room, parlor floor; private porch; con- venleat to all departments. Phoae Frank- HalBT. . li3 S. DAKOTA AVK. 81M rWeadrMge) .Large, newly furnished room In private home; dellgbtfdUy located: half block from cars; suitable for 2 business women. Breakfast If desired. Phone Xorth 4349. VERMONT AVE. J. W 1K1 Nleely fur nished frost room; good location ; suit able far gantleaian or lady. 1-27 F ST. N. E,, Se7 tad Sear treat, tee large bright room, alcove, large closets and kitchenette; housekeeping: for mas and wife or two gtlmen. Near station and Capitol; reasonable. 1-27 HARVARD ST. X. WM U4S (CeUafaU HsH Vsry desirable room next to hath; for two gsaiitmsn. i- M ST. N. W 170 Attraattv dag la freas raan. suitable for lady employed. Phone eAt.1. In, 1.4 rnnaiia aa-. - Ma ST. X. W- lzM-Very large aeafile parlor, suIUble tor two or more: also largo back room, kluhsnette. porch. 1-34 t ST. N. W 433 Two partly fermeaed rooms for I. h. k. , 1-33 . O ST. N. W.. 15U Two good rooms. Trie 313 aad 93 per month. 1-33 . , Am I i lltt ST. H. aV. 114 (liaeela Tark) Baek room, . furnished, next to bath; ceatle men: call from to 3 p. m. S 1st ST, N. AV, 19 Two separata reesaa, alcaly furnished, near bath, 2 persons in each, yqaug Udy as roommate. Phone Norlh T419. 184.108.40.206.1.2.3 . G ST. N. W.. 133a Large treat raeaw 2 largo windows. 31 vsrhntSrs ru x. w sssaiarire, second-floor front room; twin beds; one block 14th and Clifton s(s. Columbia 8SIS. NICE SECOND STOKY treat rooms tor two or recr; near 211a ana fs. ave. rt. w. Phona W. 1IS9-W. 29 L ST. X. W.. 917 One tnratsaed tecead poor room, sis per monin, a K ST. N. W..90-learalsaed reeae. Sad story; rl vets' family. Oall after 3. 37 V ST. X. W ltS9j Apart gTwO.faralshed eonnectlne rooms for rsnt; an meaern Conveniences; private family. M.2M? FEANKX1N ST. N. E., 37 large reosa, private home, to 3 or 3: kitchen, laun dry, reception room, phoae privileges. Call between 3 aad I p. in. Garage to let. 1-24.26.37 lBYXXG ST. X. W.. 1414 large treat room. 3 windows: unlimited phoue; pri vate family, fur 1 or 2 persons. CoL 3774. 2 TWO large, well tarnished roams; alao 3 smaller rooms; could be used for light housekeeping: desirable leeatiea. Phone Main 3SI9 O ST. X. W.. Sil8 Tore alee reeaas re L h. k.. or bedroom. West 1314. 23 TWO COMMUNICATING BOOMS with private bath; suitable for 1 or 2 refined gentlemen; northwest sectien. Phoae North 5170. L C ST. N. E., 90S One large well-furnished room for 2 persons. Lino. 220-W. 29 EYE ST X. W.. 141U Large second floor front room; also large secdnd floor rear; net-water beat: private oata: pnone. as CBITTENDEN ST. N. W 142S Bedroom, .111, mnfn nj Htli mltAhli fur tvrn: board nsaf. Pheae CoL 3S4. 1-33 IRVLNG ST. N. W., 1S33. .BeaaUral fid floor front rqom; Southern exposure; well furnished; suitable for 2 or 8; excel lent locatiott. Phone Cleve. 1349. 39 PABTY owning borne dewafawa i will reat targe ironi room; tcnrmcM, u. xv.w 18. Times offiee. 1-27 SECOND floor. eleetrlcUy, near bath, rait aVle fsf xto gentUmea; convenieat to cars ana vovernmeni aepis. nn iuj. 1-87 ONE Utge. luaay room, wttk back porta. Ption Liscoln 4331. 1-37 Sflta ST.. 1312 Large, eemfertable menu. overlooking side garden; third floor; bath oa same floor, two phones; good serv ice: 13 Minutes from Treasury; men or women In office preferred: references re quired. Phone West U. 1-27 lSla ST. X. W 1333 Large treat room. private lamnr: gentismsn oniy. i-ji LARGE suburban raom with all medera conveniences ; only II minutes' walk from cars aad R. R. sUtlea: telephone Hyatu- vine -. myi TBNN. AVE., X. E., i; Larfe second neor ironi room i aicovo; eastern e posure; facing wide avenue; also com municating rom; bath nswlr .papered and painted: hall aur frsm ItlatQln Park; will rest singly or ea suite: private fam ily, no etjisr roomers; gentlemen ealy. FOR RENTROOMS FURNISHED 13th ST N. W 44 Sfaxlo aad doable rooms; central location; all eonvealeaees! - je .-Lleaa?1 P; th near KX. W ; TfmolScef Ui'i9 B02C?'' xiau WICELY furnished front rooms; eae at!MEn onSJBO,,i OBTeaient to oathr .- ' ". miiai .oi. m:. 23 TH ST. X. W 13IS Nicely faralsked v fSmMi0,Bd a30r' Uoiala bath; a. w. n.; reasonable; phone service. 1 ; V-.y, isis-oae targa room; aea; gas; path oa same floor. i- 21 PT. V Vtr tart n ' . zr r. - . ' v vav or res mm iiimwiiiih rooms,, rurnisnoa. 1-37 ITH &T. yt. K S3? i... T .T; ,. ' . w for 1 or if pTC.rm ngnu; nor water. -i M?138"81-!1228 aokjaad)-.liria; In block of Brooklaad cars; for 1 or a 3 gcg. l-37 NEWLY taraHhed treat reeaa aa 2d fleeiv aear hath; electric lights; pleaty or hot water; ehower and tub; lto one zaaa. Phone CoL 5473-J. j.jj ? f W, 45-Seeoad-noor treat; a. av. L: private family. 133 BiSr T Saallary outside roeaw. S StiJ2 x?f tW8? "aala water; oaeT b. k. wRh private lavatory. 333 up. l.39f-- ra ox. x. ?? SW Two aeasaltaTlarM front rooms and several alnzie roomie !L,ciy.Bra,,'d: Hctrlcltyrtaleaaaaa; pleaty baths. ta ST. X. W 1SW Nlee large reeen, aate- able for two; separate beds, nee e paoae; gentlemen only. Phoso North. 331T- X ST. X. W., 949 Coafeeble roeenrSJeot . Hic: featUman; reasonable. Call aitatv 3:39. 23 V ST. X. E., s large raom, twit beaoi tmr npiVata nAlte' Kawa9aa -.. - -- -.. -.- wisa w eiv--iav4 9 .w4aap-- Inr porti; vtrr deslrablst 319 a xneath- TA. AVE. X. W., VtH. epp. Malaga Metal tral: no ear fare; also double room. '23 GEORGIA AVE., 4737 Two alee Ugat ivvma wtia oata. la a new a erne, yvrn rent reasonable. TWO nicely faralaaed eaaaectiac rooms fee nin!,(1 NU1.1. M fM 1- V4,MlkW prlvilegea and good ear service. Phoae -.J after g p. m Columbia 3575-J. 3"'. 1 D ST. X. W. 333. Seeoad-aeor treat reosa id neatly, well-kept house; plenty bathe. 1. sh m -vr w . ... Ing rooms; I. h. k.; furnished or aafar ataaed. Phone West 1320. 27 FADSMONT ST, N. W 1443 Nicely taefe ntsaed room. Southern exposure; plenty Of hot- water. CoL 3323. - sa. X ST. X. W 1311 Two finished tor geauemea. yranaua Tree. . so O ST. X. W, 1351 Well farahaed atacH room; private family; next ta bath; men only. Fraaklla 1374. 39 liTBT BT. X. W DMA Large, tfaaala, rrw room; suitable for two. if KYJGXJD ST. X. W UU-Iem room; modem coavealenees; vacaaey fir aa lady; possesalea at once. Cot. 3339. " 1-33 COX47MBXA BB. 1354 Three large M rooms, suitable for two or three perssaat also two awdlam sised reeta. neat to aatk tft ABJZONA HOTEL, alt C U M Wv Keaa- ly furnished rooms, 35 a week op; usonraii, ex up. 4 87 MD3SOUS1V W. aeata 4ti at. aad . L a. k. room,' gas range; 4-reeas apart raeat. near Xavy Yard, 13I Ii ST. X. W 909 Zarg re for 3; also front ballroom. 1 C ST. X. W 1219 Three farajafteel Moeaa and bath, laqatre SQCSMrr?3 121b V at. X. W. 31 TENX. AVE. X. E 14S Xleely faiaUaeJ room; a. ra. t. pnono unc et. aayt W,8T. X, W.. oa Oao treat reosa, efecarle, h.-w. lu, reasonable. 1-27 KAKYAXD 8X, X. Ww UC7 Nleedy ftsr- nunea room, adjoining beta; asp par month; gentlemen only. $ UNFtTRXlSHETJ MASS. AVE. X. W 443 Two aafarrwaaii . rooms, sag noor, next bate: u a. a. WAXTEIe BOOMk l I l Mf A . ! .Ml. 3 a. wtmm ... ws b Mimm w nvBBcipavt furnished or unfurnished; saarefed couple: reasonable; aire particulars. BOX 313, Times office. 37" WANTED y single gentlensaa. adealy rap aished room In private family; northwest section, with space for 1 car near: sail particulars first letter, reference If to quired. Address BOX 43, Tlmeo bffleew BY MAT 1st ar 134a. 1 or 2 3d-floor rooms; X. W.r L fifk.; settled Udy; permaneut, BOX 111, Thsea orace. ai THREE OSFOUX BOOMS-'""' ' for light housekeeping; near Capitol Bill by May IS or June 1st; furniaaed or u, furnished; must be reasonable. BOX 313, Times office. 3 TWO yoaas ladles desire reeawka' elee trlclty and hot water. In N. W. seeUea: sot over 339. Address BOX 4 J, Times ef flcei 1-33 THREE or f oar axaraJaaed roaeaa far i. h. k.: not ever 940; two calldrea la family. 443 M st. X- W Pa. X 3I3T. IT TWO BOOMS Farnlsaed. eat aVpt flaat. With: board, in vicinity of Georgetown. Or Chevy Caasa. Paeae Lincoln 3931. "1 THREE or- tear aafaralaaad ma 8. C. X. E.. near ears to Xavy Yard. BOX 111, Times office. leaf WANTED two or three aararalsaad reso.' with bath. Isqclre SES8M1TH3, 1319 O st. X. W. ST FTJRXIPHEP ROOMS W1TBI BdAMD lxta ST. 8. K., Beoea aad koard for two ladles or gentlemen; references ex changed. X BOCK CREEK CHURCH BOAB, W6 Take 9t& st. ears. Largs froat roost wilX private family for 3 young folks. 1-37 B SI. H Sit Raeat aad beard tew young lady 33 1811 3rd ST. N. K. Nice place to room and fexaf. Modern home, perches front aad side. With now and then ap auto ride: Room aad meals, thirty-five dollars. But look again, see what follows: Parlor, piano, dance and ran. Phone or call North 7431. 34 R ST. N. W., 3100 BriM, sunny rooms, with strictly first class meals, in smart residen tial district, near park and social activities; delightful summer lo cation. Phone West 2367. l3p BOOM and board tor semi laraSd, whk care of professional nurse; good loeatUv. West 3317. l-2 KEXTLWORTH AVE., 1910 XeealworUu D. C.) Can accommodate six with reosa and board: electric lights; bath; ose of phone; suburbs; reasonable. Line. 149. 1-39 21st ST. X. W.. 541 Large, well taralsaad 3rd floor room; excellent Board; suitable for 2 persons. Phone West ,4,1 3 '. 23 -WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD TWO FURNISHED or aafaraieaaa roasa with board, (n northwest sectloa by 3 men; private family preferred; terms must be reasonable. Write stating terms. Ad dress BOX 305, Timao office. 21 BOOM with board la exclusive neighbor hood; modern house; owner's. Address for 3 days BOX 313. Times office. ii TABLE BOARD. COLONIAL HALL, 134S Harvard St. X. W. Dinners. 3:30 to 7 p. m.; wholesome food, and enough; hot bread always: de licious salads and desssHs: Individual tables: plenty of light; prompt service. Columbia 9234. S VERMONT AVE., 1333 Breakfast aad dinner. 3$ per week. Frank. 339. l-3 BIGGS PLACE X. W, 1910, betweea K aad S ats. X. W.; can accommodate a few more table boarders, homo cooking; rea sonable. Phone Xorth 1443. 23 TABLE BOARDERS Can aesdauaadata a few that would appreciate home coeklag and service. 1129 llth st. X. W. 1-38 13th ST. X. W 1414 Can accommodate a few; best of meals. ay 4 COUNTRY BOARD. PHYSICIAN'S ttrrraiO fealty will baby In ceuntry home: expert care. 3i monthly. Mrs. H- M. HODGSON. Lona conlng. Md. 39 BOARP. rXFAXTS and chUdreat good eare; imbI attention siren to bottle babies. Panae Kensington 121 1-3 HI J it i HI -4 i x -f i h fc