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THE AtASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
13 LOST AND FOUND WATCH Gold, bracelet. Monday on Con duit road, bet. 4.lh pi. and Elliott H. Liberal reward if returned to 4717 o- ouit rd. X 5o LIBERTy bond with lower coupon clipped: folded within bond: in business district nw . at Pennsylvania . and lBtli Ft nw "Flnd-r please call Slain 7t-9. ' lor J ALL. ' Liberal reward. - . TOADY'S FLRSKBiarW, with rubber band around, containing currency, sow f mall rhsngt. trunk ke-s, lobt on Hth and Pe atur Csr ThurtdaJ ft!'.. between 5 :"0 anil Reward if. returned to Room 34, ! Budding. Government Mot-K- -- KODAK Eastman, No. 2. folding. Kinder please call up Fhon- Main C. -- I'lTi'S Bunch; Abraham Jfc Stran.- tng at rJied K. H EMKRSON. Phone Main UGO. brarch H;. -- BANKBOOK Thnrsdaj, 14th H. car; name on book. Kdith 1.. Pea. 1-30 Fair mont st., or Columbia fn97 z?- fLASSKS-And chain. Tuesday , on District line car or grounds of Sunltorlum at Taj kotna. rranklin 218.reward. " AVRIST WATCH 1th and'norida aic.car lm. Detween Navy Yard and II. '-1-lltti st. S3. E. Liberal reward. Line 4 49. UOG Scotch terrier: small black; name "Dundee." t;-g 29 fltwanl if returned to 1611 II st. V XV Prank. IC4. .4 Al ATCH Alr'st". Bold; I Reward, 396 nd --t. S. .. McG. on back. E. Line 42e-.t. 24 POLICE DOG Tag No. 1580; female, about 8 mos. old: has bald spot on right shoulder, missed o Aw Mtn: liberal reward UEO. H. KKRXODLh. MC9 Kennedy it. X. W. Phone CoLrws. KEYS Bunch, lost at Con gress Heights, near danc ing pavilion. Seward return to L. AA7. HARRIS, 9th and Water sts. S. AY., American loo Co. j27 COT "lan's. gray ceat; Sundaj, between Roekville and Cabin John. Phone North isst r ri BINCII OF KEYS (about fdxV with t,mall Vale lock, lost ti"ar 14lh and Eye fcts. v W Reward If re'urmd to J I. b- ' HANDS. S1H 16th st. N. ft- "' . PK4KL SLXBURST Opsl center. between tth and East Capitol and Otrorpa ay. ami utls Ma Call after p. m.. 3626 " si N W. Col. 3323. Reward. -- . Kl-mairbunch, peslbly at 1,'!":' beach. Saturday RerX. Fhoue MR. ASHFORP. Main SStte. -.- rHOTOGBATH CASE Marked K. B. C. Return to E. B. CARIi. room t10. Dept. ol Labor. 17th and Greward. -- FOCKETBOOK Black leather, containing nonev. etc.. on Brookland car, AAednes- dav about 9:15 i. in Reward if returned Uh North Capitol bt. . - PT.BSE BAG In a Takoma car. on 14th st . near Decatur. Sunday. August .-'. about 2.'p. m: black, allk beacled : re ward if rrflH-ned to C. A. CONRARD. 1355 Longfellow st. N. AV.Cot. 3898. COAT Man's brown. Masonic bntton In lapel, card J. F. Allison in pocket. Re- rrard 214S Pit N.JV. DOG AA'IiUo Spitz: no tag. Reward ir re turned Mrs. WALLACE. 144 Meridian pi N. W., apt, 38. or phono Columbia 8398. and pearl, on I st- S. E.. ny - and th Reward. K. B ' PIX Cameo tween 6th and th 614 I at. g. E. XECKPrECE Far, raall marten, Satur day. 17th. between Wash, and Mt. er non Return 1423 T it. N. A .. apt- 204; Tew ard. ' . " SKAL niXG Irse cold, with name Wil liam Alden-Hall, U. S. Nav. plainly en graved on inside, family coat-of-arms on top Naval Academy crest on one side ana 1S0C class crest on otlier. Will the Pffn who found it in washroom of Carvel Hall at Annapolii. Md . please return it to Com mander W A. Hall. U. .. Navy, the Bene dict. ISO? 1 st. N. VI . Washington. D.C. anil obtain reward. ' . KELP WANTED MALE XV0 PPO RTNIT Y KOR 5U5N 10 TO 45. Mr-n Real men with determination, a 'air education and good common sense Thpn an- the f-:iows wc want and have prMiont open for them worth .-j .per kontli You know the SERVICE RADIO "5 HOUU 999-S Pa. avc, and cannot fail o appreciate what it is doing for the oung men of this town. Every weeK we turn out graduates and do not keep hem waiting one hour for a position. Last woe our record was six graduates. lour of nhom took the Government examina tion and obtained their first-grade licenses. Th- other two. together with sx half dozen m, will take the examination this wei k We are sending out the S-O-S call io vou to study wireless and help out our nn opine concerns as ll as the L.MlbU MATES SHIPPING BOARD. We operate he on.- BIG radio school in the world. Tou -, we are not A RADIO SCHOOL, but ... tually and absolutely THE RADIO iluoli the top one. the biggest one he one that has turned out the DIN NERS. You can't compare us wth any ther school, because we are head and nhoulders above all the very top. Uu n the idea? You can't get a higher r better course; we are the final the 'nish Hate you made up your mind? Then the next thing to do is ACT and tT RIGHT NOW. Get a grip on your self make the maw take the big im ortant step. Settle your career today q Enroll! We qualify you In about Sixteen weeks and require only two hours f your time five days in the week, either nerning or night, as you desire Tuilion '-asonable not free), and terms of pay n.ni io suit sour pocketbook SER ICE fiADIO SCHOOL. 94)0-5 Pa. ave. Phone f i-anklin T5I4. -" AUTO SALES'MAN New and used cars. ROrANE AI'TO EXCHANGE CO., 504 Kenois bldg., 11th and G sts. X. AY. O') AV TOIOBILE radiator . re pair man. Apply C. & P. TELEPHONE CO., rear 723 ::. st. N. E. 26 t- Tv T-v-rTHTr-.o. ' Al. JUMUrJlJbiJi J'AiiMJiino, S hours; $5 to $6 per day. ! .mlv R. MeREYNOLDS &1 SUNS. 1423 L st. N. AV. 24 urni NTAMY -lieconie an expert ac-1 unurl unoer me .aiuau 01 i cerii- ; ' G nuiillc accountaiils. u :. Kt books used -ali .M easy trrm., I5.0P" euccessfjl . .ptili over.28 C 1" A s Iw our eredit V U. "How to Learn Accountancy " "KR NATIONAL AfW NTA.VTS' SO-! r, i!S Colorado Bldg OJHc pen . '' '' " . i-- j BITCHER A once, ready for work; " -iatlv position, good wages. Apply 3423 Ga. ave. N.AY. 26 BARBER Kh guaranteed; percentage ; r fn7 call at once ,is o si .-v.. . 21 BOA It kite. 10 to 18. to work In tlrnx - r- permanent. rerirenc--a BOX B- T.mes ofHce. 22 JMJA Io learn plntlg tnule or one w'lh - 'in- experience. 5448 Georgia ave 24 B'Y Avanted with wheel. 1217 X. Y. ave. 23 BOY SCOUTS " bigget dy of B: SSO is prises. Tr;,v v I'leM Dy Radle Park. Coajfr--sa 1'. ght... D. c l s; roy v- To Run Switchboard. Apply RIALTO THEATER. Ninth and G Sib. X. AV. 25 HELP WANTED MALE rjERMAXENT nSIPLOYMBXT under good working condlilor.a for young and middle-aged men who are ambitious to learn the street railway business. AY AGES PUR MOTORMBN AND CONDUCTORS' first three months i'ts per hour Next nine months 4- per hour After one ear 4Sc per hour Full credit ;cten fer former 5erice with this eoropanv and Sc PDR HOCK GIABN n... ...' im.T.k ,..,.. ,.. .-. . . . a t OR MORE CONTINL'OI S EXPERIENCE W 1TH OTHER COMPANIES IN THE PAST KIM5- .EAUS Apply Monday. AVednesday and Friday between ?:89 and 11:00 A M. EMPLOYMENT AND INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT. AVASIIINGTON n All AY AY A- ELEC. CO.. lith and East Capitol sts. au;r-;nt omCE BOY One who desire to -tudy preferred. Apply bet. 4:30 and 6 p. m.. Stand 92. Arcade Mkt., AV. A. Robertson. 2$ BOYiS Neat and clean, oier 1G jeai. to sell LoefTIcr'a Liberty Lunches: hours from 6:30 to r o'clock: we want boys who 1 Intend to work all winter: talarj and I commission. Applj ."14 Pa. axe. N W . "S j UUIKKA.1IH.M I 1.1. 1. IV 10 IIC.p Mliiv on tables b-foro and after cflicc hours. 260 E at. N. . 21 COOK Short order, for night work. Apply D. C. LUNCH, 1 209 Wis. ave." N. W. 26 BOA'S Two bright, about eighteen. Io learn the Matiufiery business; good chanee for advancement. Apply Mr. HAUM. Baum Paper ... Stationery Co.. SO 7th st. N. W. 22 CHAUFFEUR For delivery' car, grocery store, with reference. 90S 9th at. N. A . 24 CHAIKKIH'K For hotel taxi service car; good opening for right man: must ha.e "public vehicle driver'B license;" oni- tiling N. E. preferred ; straight salary. Apply in person. Taxi Ofllce. BRIGHTON HOTEL. :123 California st. N. W. 23 CALCIA1IXERS, ten, white or colored; must be first class; good wages. Applv to Mrs. Ford. CATHOLIC UNI VERSITY, Albert Hall, Brookiand, D. C. 29 PRESSERS To, at once. Capitol st. Apply 419 F.at MOTORCA'CLK DRIVER Apply MR. CHADWICK. SEMMES MOTOR. CU G st. x. xv. n KLKCTBIC KLEVATOK OPERATOR and Janitor: day tinie; light work: wages right, references. ARPly 30 13th st. N. W. 23 FARM IABORKKMarried "or Tingle, rooms and bou.rd furuished. G. THOMAS DUNLOP. room Sll, Colorado bldg.. or Chevy Chase Lake, Md. 22 LABOURERS Apply Mr. Hughes, 2d and I sts. N. E., AAtERTf!A7 R ATT .TV AY F,X- fib - pmCC pf) 7 ft XiillOO VvW. A XEir CAFETERL1 opens soon; no night or Sunday work; colored head dish ma chine and 6 helpers; 10 kitehen and bake shop helpers. DICK'f HOTEL AGENCY, 12th and Pa. ave. X. AV. aull-eod-7t HOrSEMAX Colored. Apply XATIOXAI. WIXDOW CLEANING CO.. 6th and 1 sts. X. W. 2S Y'OUXG men your opportunity now while on your vocation to look for a better paying position: a well-advertised concern wants two young men to start soiling ; references required: beginners preferred. BOX B-336. T:inf soffice. 2 J SLX Experienced, to work on (.mail farm; good salp.rv. with room end board. Ap ply K. K. CAMERON. Penwlck's Iine, Sil ver Spring, Md. .Phone AVoodslde 141. 24 MAX for retail furniture work; first class; gne un derstanding cabinetmaking and finishing. Applv Mr. Kaufman,HUB FURNITURE CO., 7thandDsts.X.AV. 26 MAN wanted to work in lunchroom; experience un necessary. Apply 1134 lSth st. N. AV. 'it -tTvTT-l- lnT i -. ,- I i uui it iiLA-N to do postmgj and aSSist With Office WOrk: I 1 i i r.. ... Kuuwjteuge or lypeAvrixmg nec cessaiy; salary, $20 per week. Address A-65. Times office. 27 jMAN, colored, to work in wholesale paper house; must have reference. Apply 625 E 1st. X. AY. 26 "Ui.... man. night. NEAV 1'l.AZA LUNCH, 600 North Capitol si. 24 OPTICIAN wanted Swell Iocatinn Pa. a.v : rental or peivcntage. Address OI'TICHX. BOX R-233. Times office. .'."' PW.1YTWT? Tfc-4 nl.,,, 1, .. uci-iiuoo Juuist A E. 8 man: excellent opening audi' good salarv ; union. HAY- STENOGKA PHER - Perma AVOBTH PUB. HOUiSE, 629 j uent Position: good salary; G st. N. AY. 24 l(me !!vinr "! ""li!1?1 l)rc- POKIER C4-: Pa. ave. S E 27 7 JIIUAXB PAINTER At once. TUB Hit". ail nuuBiv, oasemeui entrant-.;. I'AIXTERS Two house, als 'i apprentice. u" -" -"rg'a avc- M- ": PAINTERS 50. Apply PEN-! NINGTOX & TAYLOR, 500 j Missouri avo. S. AV. 2 i PRESER Exprricneed, ou i-rpalring. good ! pay. .div ix.b.w.ii:. I".'" ,tli st rnur.u jirrirnccu: goou alarv to I right nun. n: at' m 24 J PUMISERS APPRENTICE Apply Mmul I f - j,ow x DISrENSKR ExoerlM.eed: prefrr ...ag-ried hf. Aoi.ly THE M'N'NAI.l.t . 1223 F h'-. N W Z-. - , Appb . iv m.is : ! SIX S1I.ESMKX at onre. STIIANSKY MFTJ Co.. 3.. B.itg.. lllh and G st X V SOLICITORS To work for'1 The Washing-ton Times. r r- i pi CIRCUI ATION DEPART-; .lkNT '.j ' lf ' ! D,(1S' aU-b-U if r v i t inTHv riiiif i vmsivr'v TINNER AND STOA'E REPAIR MAN -32H1 ll,h st- N- vv '-' TINSMITH Kxperienred. 513 G sL X. IV. FranHin 37S. ?; CARRlAGE WOODWORKERS (2) Good pay, steady employment. Applv R. MeREYNOLDS. 1423 L St. N. AV. 2 j.) j WAITb'R (colored). Applv'at! . i',1Ui,,,,;. f,nr PRPQCI I-D'Q nrc GIRL -r 'iiiiiiu f.-r light liouseUrepIng: UilCC. rrVt.JOLL.lv O IvIZo-' . ,. lii lr.ni f.niiilri ifj othvi- -od TAURANT, 02-1 L st. NAY. 28 .""'- -.- - - . I (tlUI. Iteliiihie. o! hihI general housr- AV AITERS -'olored: good i.rj : strati I v ..rl- . , . i I.nl. jl N Al . -or' Appl, ID NGRIAN Hk-bTA I - I i .!-.,. r R.,. i, .K , '!,tji li :Jt iM..n. KA." T, 8;i 9lh m .N AV. ;; . ,.. ., , , . -: HELP WANTED FEMALE I'misuiil Opportunities Are Offered AMBITIOl'S YOUNG WOMEN Through the advantages of ov Educational Department, whk thoroughly preparer SA1 E.SWOMEN ! Tn fill deSiraTlC DOSlUOnS 111 I7I 1 . , ., ' i. various departments. Saleswomen are required im mediatelv lor iWillinen, Waists, Art, Notions. Women's Shoes, Stationerv, Toilet Articles, l-'an and Leather Goods, Lamps, Consult our Employment Manager, Seventh floor, WOODWARD & LOTHROP. CA.SH1ER-AFANAGEB Thoroughly experienced; stead v position; at once. 722 12th it. X. AV. 25 1,000 UiniKS to at tend Boy Scout Field Day and raiv tongress Heights; largest patllion in Washington. 23 CHECKERS" Two. white young ladies wanted; half tinie; all meals; ' no Sunday work; gotd wages. Apply to Mr. Burcli. HENRY PARK CAFETERIA, 0th and B sts. N. W. 25 CAMI1ER Experienced; ref. required. SAVOY MM II. 9th and li sts. X. W. 24 CHAMBERMAID "White. Applv Housekeeper, ST. JAMES HOTEL, Gth and Pa. ave. N. AV. 28 COOK (iood, plain; :iImi diIiviatier. Cth st. X. E. r4 CJIRI A'oung. to May in office half day. 811 17th st X. AV. 23 GIRL or woman for housework. 715 Flor ida ave X E. 22 DISHWASHER At once, good pay. Apply SAVOY LUNCH. 9th and E sts. X. AV. DUST GIRL, white, wantecL Applv nt once. Housekeep er. RALEIGH HOTEL, 12th and Pa. ave. X. AY. 24 GIRL For tailor shop. X. V Apply 1100 O ht. GIRL Good, to assistjn dining room; good wages; room and board. Call 201 1 st.N.W. 26 GKNFKW. IIorEmtltK nall farllv. 1843 Vernon O'ou) rl. X. AY. 23 MAID Coloredr for general cleaning in store, hours 3 to p. in., guud position for risht party. S13 I tth f. N .; MAIDS, white; good wages. Apply at once, Housekeep er, RALEIGH HOTEL, 12th and Pa. ave. 26 MAID to take careof child. "Cnllaf fer 0:30 p. in.. 1009 R. I. ave. X. AV., Apart. 1C. MAIDS AA'hltc, ut onre; $40 per month. Phone Xorth 6143. 24 MILLINERY Millinery trimmers and pre parers and apprentices, at once; food salary and permanent po rtions. Apply KING'S PALACP , 8io 7th st. N. VV. 23 JULLIXBRS wanted at nacel gonu-Taylill year work I.AD.ES' CAPITAL HAT SHOP. .08 11th t S. W. SALESLADIES For dry goods store. Ap ply S20 7th st. X. W 22 SALESWOMEN, at once, for permanent positions; good salaries. BEE HIVE. 3111 M st. N. AV. 22 SALESLADY for dry goods store: at once; good wages. Apply B U R C II ' S D R Y iruiiiy Tnmc, ru: Qny xj r ' ' '" " lprroci. Apply TJirj uuiter UJ jirrrr ( ( ).. L,:nio-fion. IJ- .:. U MSTRSTSS To wor!, vn .enlng inii- hi-v' and .-ur'ams. AVL'RDESIAN & C'.. ".I0 irth t. X. A . TELEPHONE OPERATOR Three hours each evening; permanent portion; salary 8 H per monih. Applv BOX A-546. Times office. I V.1TKFS AVIlttp. Apiili ASIA CAl'IJ. l?l! l' .i- N IV ;.;. ;i ITKI-vsfi inif':"'perlpn7edr aid ,,, .,,. sos ,:, m v ., 11 I"I i:i-s.K t nnrr: -nl.ir..it- -,,.! as' -''i'1 iiuni ct n u l'- . ninr-.-sr.--vimr. l II'ITOI. I. INCH. . " ; i a . ITRESSES. whiU-. want i .j '" i oiu'f; vxpi'i'icnenti 1,i,Iviii.itrITiK- Pf )5sJT i V VW j poriiVr 1 3ih anil E st.s X. AV. 27 WOMEN " (il")iiMl. 5 or 6, ex perienced in assorting rags; good Avag--: stiadv position. j Apply J 21 5-1 2 1 7 K st . N. E. 25 I 1VO.MEN Inn for generiil lioiiscwnrU ; no I 'aiidr No -' i Mi .-' . K 17 1VH1TH AlOHAN. midille-nged. trmporsrj .t1.datit Id rlv l;nl. ..nibll ai.urf mor.' ! .-.-. lifhi n..-.ls r. '.Rii.i. MISS MAT- THR1S N-.nh ?M 2i An honest young fellow named Fleet, Found a purse at night on the street. The very nest day A Want Ad they say Caused the finder and owner to meet. HELP WANTED HI ALU AM) KKJULE. ONE THOUSAND STENOGRAPHERS AND TYPISTS WANTED " FOR IMMEDIATE USE That ia what one Government department alone has requested. We also have many ealls front commercial house which we are unable to till on account of a lack of eligible?. Most of the Government department.- now pay entrance salaries of $1,440 a year for Stenosrapnera and $1,340 a year for Typists. Wc Just received a call from one of the departments today, askinsr us to supply them with a Stenosrapher at a Balary of $125 a month. AVe haA-e a few more vacancies for young men and tvomen to take our training, and pay tuition when positions are procured. Do not postpone success, but call to see us before this special offer Is withdrawn. ASK FOR MR. UARiJAN. WASHINGTON BUSINESS AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 1317 New York Ave. N. W. Phone Main 4304 HELP WANTEDFEMALE DOMESTIC GIRL, colored, for light house work; $6 per week, includ ing board. Apply 933 F st. N. AY.andaskforMrs.Sokal. 28 GIRL For light housework. 442 O kt. X. . : references required. 28 GIRL Hulf-groun, for half day's work. 1341 15th st. X. W.Franklln 2672. 24 COOK in private family, $40; also maid, $35; no laundry; references; near Chevy Chase, for remainder of summer; win ter in city. Apply T. E. Cox. 9i4 New York ave. 24 COOK and general houseworkrr. Appl. 185 5 Columbia road. Apart. 35. 23 COOK and laundress; no upstairs work; $35. 3323 17th st. X. AV. Columbia 17 ".7. GIRL for general housework; good wages. 707 6th st X. W. 24 LAI'XDRESS Competent, and honoewnrk- r for Mondays and Tuesdays: small family. 3329 Morrison bt.. Chevy Chase, D. C. Phone Clevc. 843. 22 AVOMAN For general house work; colored woman ; good wages. 209 1st st. K E., or Lincoln' 6363. 26 SITUATIONS WANTED MALE HON. discharged soldier detiires position as asst. mech. ; 2 years' army experience, 1 year's experience with A. E. F. ; am not expert, but hrd, Milling worker; also care ful chauffeur. H. BLANK. Ill Q st. X. AV. 21 XIC.IIT work. C to 12. by Govt, clerk. 24 vearj old. can use typwrlter; will work Sundays HAROLD I- LITTLEFIELD. 1323 M ht X.W. . 34 YOl'XG man desires position; accept any thing except liouse-to-houae canvussiug. RALPH 1'ALCONE, 719 13thst. X. E. 24 UOOKKEEPER. accountant and auditor desires cxtia work or will consider a per- i munent position: specializing In cobt ac I t-Kuntancv. comnieri-ial accountancy and si-matir.Ing. BOX A-Ct. Times off.ee. 27 TAILOR desire- work with a firm nliu.se .spi .-laity i pressing and repairing. 1. HERRMANN. IJ44 5th -t. X. W 32 I:01M:MAX. experienced butler and wait--r. discharged soldier, good. rliablo and K'!-. Mould like to stay nights. IIOJC 11-34.", TmiM ciffiee 27 CIIAVFFEl'H Expert, colored manIong experlenrcd . 9 years on different makes of cars and can do any repairing, desirej pusiti.in in private family; dlycl-arged from army service. Addreij 423 R st. X. AV. 26 A'Ol Nil MAX recently discharged from navy wihlia position as engimer with Iii.H.I oil, iiam. or gasoline engine: 2ifc years' expTiii in engine r.Mitn. m charge if uk-ii . also lath: and repair man Ad-irt--s BOX ".37. Times offtre. "f 1AV CI Clili Ex-oHlcer; wishes position in la ofi.ee while attending law s.li..ol R. M. NICHOLS. 1421 Mafcs ave. N n . 25 CHAUFFEUR and expert mechanic on any t a- wi. os pu.iiioii urivniK t-ar cv filings. Addrr-tx l'X 15-U1S. Tunei office. 23 MAClilNls.T. eprrt technical stmTrntTex" !. rif-ni -l nn -'! kinds of ina. hiti., floor and bench. H.uid like to conn.-ct with a graving iinpany where good worl. and ability a3sur.n advancement. Address BOX l;--j. Times office. 22 FK3IALE. UADA'. uhite, desires care of apt. or tight h ,u.vvorK b: da; no Sunday, moderate l:,- H')X n-:i52. Times ifftV. 22 I)1CI5IAKIXG Bring sch -ol children's v:.iths n-jvv: reasonable. 1 '.;4 A nl. N K. 24 COOK or rliamlirrmald, colored; referrree. II Al S V. 24 Ilfll sEUORK. IihH days, mornings, by f,,..rd girl 1117 41h St. N IV 22 YOl'Si' lady desires night work, typing prerenal Columbia 3hi4. apt. 105. 22 DICIJssMAKING AVhlte hlrts and mn-me- gown North 8S39. mht 1 9Pt FINE POSITIONS every day are sect-red by placing an ad In The Times "Situation lA'anted" Column. P"ior an c"1 right awnv, an experienced oneratnr will help you with It. Bill will be sent. ae27-tf MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN I AVANT $:n0; f0 commission and f! per rut muiest real (slate Feeunty $2,300. Address BOX B 31-. Times office 23 MONEA' TO I.OAX $250 to S500.000 on I. C. real eHtat. Several trust funds. All transactions conducted with ccunumlcal consideration for borrowers. W.M. II. SAUNDERS CO Soutlurn Building. 807 16tli st. N. AV. no26-90t MONEY TO LOAX on real estate lowest rales, prior payment privileges large amounts TTLER & UUTHERIoRD. 817 15tb st. sep22-90t HELP W A l. ILL) MALB OK FEMALE! aui-aet National Beverage Co. Wants Five Real Salesmen Xo order takers need apply. One lady stenographer. One lady stenographer and bookkeeper. Call at 818-820 42 St. S. W. 24 KATI LDTll PVT .1 i-iT.-x.-rf Maryland Help Association, Baltimore, Mc. lurnishes reliable help of all kinds. Est. 1904. Phone St. Paul 2565. 108 Clay st. au21-30f JOY or girl, colored, in photo (inlshlng shop. Apply 328 Taylor at. N. AV.. take Soldiers' Home car. 23 GOATCRNMENT CLERKS7 stenographers, typists and other Govern nent clerks wanted r we prepare you at tome for $2 00. SERVICE INSTITUTE, 14 Evans Hldg. au!8-tf BKSSKB and girl as finisher. SI 6 9th st. X. AV. DUBIX, MALE or female who would stndv law. Address BOX B-225. Times offlce. au!8-30t W2HT0 BUY War nK suopt. CEXTRAL BROKERAGE CO.. Boom 15. Central Bldg.. 9th and Pa. ave. X. XV. Jell-tf rOHiitNl HOOMS KUItA IS11EI) B ST. N AV.. 78 4 furnished Orst-floor jnrooms to man and wifo. for ho5nTekeep- 4th ST. X. E., 2010 One cozliy furnished ?' '..V 134 Desirable cool fmni LlSn,,eme"' 15 P momh! VERY Urge front room, 1 windows- " R tn hV" iJ4.a lMre col "ODI, with apari., witliin walking distance- meals it desired , n.eiij,rof.rr,.)r North 372?. 2S Q .T. M- 133 One Iargerbrlrhrfur- Pki :f yJ hcme cmforts, very desir able section of Mt. Pleasant, near Rock b j n, r i honc ci " - "f? nT.:i)l7?,ria77- 3 I-allroVnTs"; nictlfurni-hedjl5 in J30 6 Mf!!rn Ji, N rV- . JOlJ-LaTge l.andnomclv furnished front room, electric lights h w. h.; suitable for one or two gentKin J2 2nd rT. X. 11'.. inn r.-,.i.. ... ...T.".r" - -.- ...- iiuik. nil rr, rooms, running water, hnu and gas. 1. LARGE front liousrkceping room. nis. range. ti. Ui 71 77. 2 I8II1 ST. X. Air. 310 Room on econd floor: furniaiuj. rraaonabic. XE1V OISK AVE. X. M'.. 121ftSeer3I nicely furnisiied hinglc and double rooms; plenty of hot water; rent reason able. .. XEAV HAMPSIIIRK ; .WE.. lilT8(u1joinln"g fllna. ' wutfi.t ..liuci- ioun; liov. i-lerli will share his vry large room with another gentleman, clerk prcterred; $10 per inunth bparate beds. . fi " 12th ST. X. E7!72 FurrTKhed room, sec ond floor front. Phone Line. 3!53. 23 MASS. AVE. X. AV., 103 Onrlur'gT7oo7n on 1st floor for 1 or 2 gentlcme.i. Phuut Franklin 6297. 25 XKAVrOX ST. XAVTl38RnonT7 for ladies. I'olumbla 7 149. - EVE ST. X. IV., 1308 I ucing" 1 rankhn ParU: large from room; also smaller o.i iiibiantjne'ii's hot -ater. phouo frce-'li ami $3; Kentleiiu .. '-. L ST. N. 11.. 140J Ijirge front room, suit able; for two; terms reasonable to per manent parties. I'huii-. ;; E Y EST7 N. ll'TT 22 Hi One room on 2d floor, also 1 on 3d floor, for housekeep ing. Iltvt batli West 15:-J. -5 FLORIDA AVE. X. E.. 1103 Large front rooms. olev.lic lights, bath adjoining - for 1 or 2 young gentlemen. Call after 5 p. m. 21 PA. AAL S. "E., 101 1 light liouM-keepIiig rooms completely furnished for ;; or 4 girls or luarricil couple; on car line, near navy yard Lincoln lis. auI8-30t 14th ST. X. IV., 33211 .urge, nicely" fuT- uibhed front room: porches, electricity; use of parlor. Columbia Ififi.'. 24 2nd ST. S. E., 110 Beuiitifully furnished room, private bath, ruauoiiable. opposito Congressional Library. Line. 1719. 23 COLUMBIA ROAD. l?5-Lnrgl front room, private family. Columbia 4919 LARGE front room for joung man, $35 each, stiuro with another man. Xorth 5042. 2J FURNISHED ROOM for elngle person or couple. Phone Franklin 7925. 23 A ST. S. K.. 602 One nicely furn!sliedfront 1011111 near car llnu. convenient Navy Var.i Lincoln 4875 22 in KST. XMl".. Oil One nlcrb fumlslieil buek room for 1 h U $5 per week Phone Main 3057 bet 7 and S p m 2$ FOR RENT ROOMS FORM Sll ED 1 1th ST. t. V. 210 Tvo nicely turnlshwl rooms for llghthonaekeeplng. - -i TAVO "second-story roonw; together or separate, with porch; near off icon, elec tric light. North 6rS9. 21 SIASS. AVE. X. AV.. 005 I-arge .Trant room; I. h. k. privileges; very reasonable. EAST CAP. ST.. 320 Thlrd-Mory front room and kitchenette: permanent eou- j plf; housekeeping; no children; nearCap. . i F ST. X. AA.. 608. Apart. 1 Three or Tour room modern housekeeping apartment; electric lights, steam heat. Call after . 32 XEAV .IK.RSKY AVE. X. AV.. 1737 Two fur nished rooms for I. h. k. flrt floor; heat and gs.s. bath on second lloor. riT G ST. X. K., 714 Two large furnlnhed front r om.s for housekeeping. 24 L ST. X. W 1343 For gentlemen, neatly furnlnhed front room, southern exposure, all conveniences. I'hone service free. 28 14th ST. N. AY., 2014Young man wants two young men to join him in nicely furnish ed ant.; reasonable. Phone i North 3710. Call after 5 p. m. 2-1 6lh .ST. X. AV., 1508 Two front rooms, fur nished or unfurnished; phone Xorth S3S1. 12th ST. X. AV., 1329 Large- front room; 2d floor, next to bath; 5 windows: 2S a month.Xorth 1SJ1. 37 V ST. X. E., 320 Two furnished rooms and porch, on 1st floor; 1. h. k. 27 K ST. X". AV.. 1917 Second and Third lloor rooms. CaJl after 3 p. m. 23 RANDOLPH X. AV.. 1314 Two second Hoor front rooms and bath, furnished 1. h. k ; electricity. Phone, hot-water heat. 5A. G ST. X. AV., -129 Two-room busement, even with street , to couple. ZS 1ST ST. X. AA".. 1818 Large cool room with porch, electric lights, in tine neighbor hood, near Rhode Island ave., gentleman. Xorth 3913. 23 13th ST. X. K., 118 Large front room; smaller back room, electricity. Line. 3114. 171 li St.. 1113 Rooms, single and double; convenient to Government offices. 27 O ST. X. TA'., 1213 l.argc 2nd-floor room, nicely furnished; next bath; privilege getting breakfast. 23 FOR BEXT Immediate possession, for 1 or 2 employed, nicely furnished 1. h. k. rooms, southern exposure, second floor; In private home; bath adjoining: electric lights; large closet; gas plate; price. $38 for 2. BOX B-342. Times office. 23 THE ECKIXGTOX (apt. 201). 4th and T sts. N. E. One large second-floor front room, adjoining bath: electric lights and two large closets; light housekeeping prlv rieges; rent reasonable. 2jT UPTON ST. Booms in a modern home; strictly private family; 20 and up per month; references. Phone Cleve. 19S9. 27 II ST. X. K 917 One furnished room for gentlemen only. Call Lincoln 6484. 23 3rd ST. X. E., 108 Large front room, new ly furnished; use of phone: near Capi tol and Library; gentlemen only. Lincoln 5687. 27 CLIFTOX ST., 1476 Large front room, 3rd floor; two beds; unlimited phone; plenty hot water; owner. 27 COLUMBIA RD 17.14 Large front room; prlvat o family. Columbia 4919. 23 PHONE LINCOLN 5645 When you want your trunk, furniture, etc.. moved. Low cost; quick service. 25 G SV. X. AV., 1322 Nicely furnished tdngle room, next batn; summer rates. Phone Franklin 1274. 22 L ST. X. AA'., 1700 Three rooms, bath; kitchen, on third floor. 22 LARGE front room, southern exposure. 4 windows, best section Mt. Pleasant: to one lady. $25;moderate sized roost adjoia ing. $20. Phone Col S426. 22 XOTICK AATien you And your room or apartment, call us to move your baggage, trunks, furniture, etc; all work on short notice. AVhlte reliable drivers'. JOHXSTON'S AUTO EXPRESS CO.. Phone, day or night. Alain 72S3. 707 5th at. X. XV. 617 E St. X. A aul6-90t 21st ST. N.AY., 601 Furnish ed room, $4 per week. 26 10th ST. S. E.. 12"$ Two unfurnished rooms for rent; convenient to bath. 22 PORTXEB. APART. 150. 13th and" V X. AV. Pleasant front roTn, continuous hot water, elevator, cafe in bldg.; cars all parts or city; zt; gentleman 8th ST. X. AA'., 709 Double rooms, running water, gentlemen. Franklin 7620-W. 22 II ST. X. AV.. 2013 Xlcely furnished rooms with bath; a. m. 1. Phone AVest 1737. 33 PERRY PL. X. AV.. 1343 Large Snd-floor front room; gentlemen. Phone Columbiu, 7373. r5. A'ERMOXT AA'E. X. AA'.. 1325 Large, nice ly furnished room for I. h. k. . use of phone; price $40 per month: suitable for couple or 3 girls; also another Srd-floor front room, single beds, $12 per month each; suitable for two. Phone Franklin 239. 23 AT. AA'E., 1321 Unusual front room; pri vate home; special price; gentlemen only. 9th ST. X. E., COO Large nicely furnished front room, near bath. 5 windows; suit able for 2 young ladies; 423 per month. -2 8ili-8sT. X. AV., 721 Near Patent Oftlce, small room tor one. gentleman only. 22 12th St. N. AA'., 1017. One large nicely furnlihd bacl: room for I ii. 1... also I oth-r rooms, near bj.th. rea sonably Phon- Franklin I'iO. 22 ARIZONA HOTEL. 310 C ST. X. AV Neat ly furnished rooms. J3 per week up: transients SI up. J2S-30t ATTENTION. Vcur next move war workers a specialty. AUTO BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.. 149 D st. X. E. Lincoln 5958. J.v29-30t FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD GIRARD ST. X. IV., Ill I Two connecting rooms, all modern, private home, gentle man preferred. Col. iS 2 I 11th ST. X. AV.. 1123 ? eek mom and board: !5 week table board: gentleman. -7 MOUNT PLEASANT. IU85 Park road: nice cool front rooms f r two ntc- ynimg la-di-3. a. in. l ; b-akfasL and dinner it de sired I'olumbi-. -'13s. 2.' RHODE ISLAND AA E. N. AV.. 1301 At tructive jdace for girls only, lint b.-a-tiotl. excvlletlt table. -' HIE K1XGMAX. 423 MASS. AVE.. AIT. IC. Gentleman -v ould share front r .10111 with congenial youn? man. elri-trioty, hot-watc-r hesit ; excellent table board 31 ST. X. IV.. 1418 Two nicely furnished rooms, one hinglc and double, a. m. t . for fcentleiueii only, food t.ible board. Franklin 3Ct 25 It-ST. X. IV.. 1143 Room for two young men. with board, electricity 3 GOOD board, reasonable prices; bruutifnl location, piano, tennis, near car hue; home-like place. ;wo rooms lor girls. Plnr.c West -b'i.'. 23 XORTH CAPITOL ST., 1605 One room and board, suitable for two; gentlemen preferred. 25 PaTaVK. S. E.. 1014 Room with board for 5 or ti men; homo comforts: near Navy Vanl Lincoln 118- au!S-3Dt 1811 Third st. northen-st: Nice placo- to r.oiin and feast: Modern house, porches' front and side. AA'ith no and then an auto ride: Room and meals ihirtj-live dollars: But look again and see what follows: Parlor, piano, dance and fun; Phono or call North 7431. 2: CI-STEK INN. 1027 19th X. AY. Select boarding house, rates mrderate: rooms light end .-mfortabl Jy31-30t WAM'Ell ROOAIS AND BOARD KUY wishes room, hoard with Jewish family. K. FBLDMAN. 506 !2th.t. S B. COUPLE, no children, desire room ,nnd board: N E sneti-'n preferred, state terms. BOX ll-") Tunes officeN -3 FURNISIIED tR I'XKUHXISHKD. II ST. X. 11., dot Two large rooms and kllchcnett- 14" In at and ligln-. -i FOR RENT ROOMS j UXFURISUED TY O or three unfumKhed rooms for L h. nJJ no objection t children. Address BOX A -67. Times office. 2S C ST. S. AV., 13B7 Near Barean, 4 or 5 non-housekeeping rooms; reasonable. 'a" .net ween 1 and 7 p. m. 23 XKAY IJBERTYlfOTIX. 400 Xew Jersey ave.; ga, electricity; J10 mootn ua. Jy30-30t YVAXTED nooais.. THREE to flvo unfurnished room Immedi ate! for 1. a. k.. near Government Printing office: will pay sso per month: permanent. BOX B-355. Time office. 23 . "v'''t-. ana niece, both em- plojed. wih 2 furnished rms.; state price. II. D. Owen, 917 Xorth Carolina, ave. S. K. -: i 24 Y'OUXG man. room or room and board: Trtvwt??rn vrctemd: mut bo flrsf-class. BOX B-3SS. Times offlce. J8 nrn t .'m. .- . m. OlM. couple, no children, desire several furnished rooms fop 1. h. k. by Sept, 15; both employed; references. BOX B-3S1. Times office. J4 TAVO furnl-hed rooms, bath. 1. h. k., by August 26. BOX B-I39. Time office. 22 TABLE BOARD l.th ST. ?. AV., 1030 Excellent board by week or month, table d'hote dinners: Jra.n.,iVnIa.ccommodat?d- BED CHEVRON TEAROOM. 1038 17th st. X. AV. 25 QflXCY TU X. AV.. 25, Can accommb data a few more tabla boarders; ersel lent home cooking. Xorth 6787. 24 IIABA RD ST 1343 (Colonial Ball) Sub stantial dinners, weekly rate, hot bread alwavs: individual tables. au2-J9t U r. a. 1V 1641 Bet Southern eook Ing; hot bread a specialty. July25 30t COUXTBY UOAIin FARM BOARD Abundance of vegeUbles. milk, butter, eggs, also chicken, good Ashing: $25 month. Mrs. K. KEENER, Strasburg, A'a.; three miles from station. 22 APARTfrlENTS TO LET FURNISHED 14th ST. N. AY., 2014 Fur nished rooms for 1. h. k., if desired. North 3710 after 5 p. m. 24 Modern Bachelor Apartment 2 large rooms, reception hall and spacious private bath; complete Independence; one hlaPK nt MhnraliDm. v... (TA. ... - sept. 1 to purchaser of furnishings, lnclud- .?. "VUK,r piano. JSUA. 11-349, Times office. 24 XEAV HAMPSHIRE AA'E., 1408 (adjoining Dupont Circle) Three spacious, bright, airy rooms and bath, entire second floor; cool breezes day and night from tha Heights: cozy window seat, piano, phone; 5100. monthly; for a number of gentlemen; line home cooking; fresh, fruits, pastry. oit 111 uuuuing. -5 H ST. N. AA. 629 Two nicely furnished room apart, for I. h. k., southern expos ure, newly papered. $45 per month. Main 3057. 22 UNFURNISHED. P ST. X. AA. 3103 Three unfurnished rooms, with gas. electricity and heat: $35 per month. 33 WANTED AA'AXTED 1. 2 or 3 room and bath apt.; location not too far from Treasury; will take .pt. any time up till October 1. Ad dress BOX A-66. Times office. 4 SMALL L h. k. apartment, furnished or un furnished; would buy funlture and take lease. Address BOX B-33?. Tinfea office 22 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS HEATER Coal, mandolin, garden hose, automoblla-robe, large Boston feren for sale. Call 1523 Lamont st. X. AT. Colura bit 8211. t 23 SODAFOUNTAIN,8ft.;good condition; terms, if desired; BOX B-34S, Times office. 23 LUCKXOUGH ORCHARDS sell directly to consumers, apple3 and apple blossom honey ; Ednor, Md.. renowned Sandy Spring region. 12 miles from District line; Georgia ave. to Siigo and follow signs. 23 FURj Save money on your furs by buy ing direct from the manufacturer; we make all our furs and absolutely guar antee their quality; a deposit will reserve your purchase until wanted: we also re pair and remodel furs. CAPITAL FUB SHOP, opposite Woodward & Lothrop'a. au21-90t AFTER IXSPECTIXG all the fur sales then compare the quality' of our furs and eur prices with what yju have seen and you will give the Home Fur Shop the prefer ence. A small deposit will retain any se lection you make. Prices lowest In the clv. Conducted by ladles. Phone CoL 9113. 33U5 Ga. ave. Hours from 3 to 7 p. in. or by appointment. 6 SIXGEB MANUFACTURING . SEAVEVG MACHINE 78-1; nearly new: suitable for awning and tent maker, upholsterer or window shade manufacturer; sold for the low price of $39.50. CAPITOL SEW ING MACHINE EXCHAXGE. 25 II St. X. AV.. Franklin 5428-J. Open evenings. 27 GO-CART Second-hand black, cheap. 1345 Park road. 23 BABY CARRIAGE Gray reed, for sale cheap: good as new. 1378 B st. X. E. 27 One combination coffee mill and meat grinder, electric. GEO. F. ZEH, 3163 Mt. Pleas Pleasant st. N. AA'. 23 VACUUM CLEANER Electric, $10; pho tographic outfit, complete. 12; quality sil ver set. $33; sell for $1S: Smith' premier typewriter. $12: typewriter ribbon, SSc; 509 sheets typewriting paper. SOc; Mongol per.ci'j, .:3c doz.; 10 doz. collars. 7c doz. 601 F st. X. IV. MICKELSON BARGAIN HOUSE. Franklin 77 1. 23 PRESSING MACHINE Hoffman, for sale. Call Lincoln 1494 2t COO FT. 'si-Inch rope; good condition; cheap. S. E.K1LLIAX. 614 Mass ave.X. AV. 23 REED BABY BUGGY and high chair. 250 14th st. X. B 23 BLANKETS, pillows, iron beds, mattresses; goods displayed and bids received at 703 Xorth Capitol t. 23 BOOKCASE Blurk walnnt. chair and some picture. ti Todd pi. X. E. 23 RA DIATOlTs Stcain; and lot new soil pipe fltiiiigs cheap; lot other material. HFRFURTH EXGIXE CO.. foot Duke St., Alexandria. A'a. 22 sCALt! Fairbanks wugon; eight tons ca pacity, in good condition: complete with timbers rad le use; a bargain. COLUM BIA BR'tCK AXD COAL CO.. Takoma Park. l C 2 GAS RANGES repaired and rebuilt. CLYDE L. BOWERS. Main 7054. 1207 H s X. W ap30-98t SE1VIXG MACHIXES 2 Singer Dropheads. $11.30 each; one as good as new. $25: we have such makes as Domestic. Stand ard. New Hume. Davis, all standard miks. at $12. $13. i'.nd $16.50: warranted and kept In order one vear free of charge -Machines rented $3.80 per month; deal ing and repairing $1.00 up. CAPITOL SEW ING MACHINE EXCHAXGE, 25 H st. X. AV. Franklin 5I2S-J. Open evenings. Jy3-98t TA'i'nAA'iiiTnits TAPEAVR1TKH Hue, . Iirap. cash: also ma tii wneei; cow;. 11 av r.iir cjivu. i.j tli Mt. N E. 22 REMINGTONS Six. practically new. OX FORD BLDG. room 419. 72S 14th St. 21 1VE BUV. SELL AXD REPAIR ALL MAKES OF MACHINES. TTPEWRITKR. SAMOS MFG. CO.. Ino. v. S2R F ST. X. AV. PHOXE MAIN C57. au--t KOH SALU I'URNITURK CHIFFOMKR wardrobe for sale. Ult M 't. N. AV. Call at 2S .lOTORCltXES AND HICA'CLMS ilTllLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle, single, chain drive, in Al condition, cheat- for oash Call Col ?H(i$ after 6 p. m 2 .AUTtTKt'Yt'I.E Indlnn twin. 3-peed. 1916: - l mil -s ii--u. Apply 3 p. I", 30S A i. t: 22 BICYCLES overhauled: built to order; go cart re-tlrlng. PRICE & SETTLE. Inloo Repair Shop, 1312 B t N E. Jy23-.0t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS j 31US1CAI, IXSTKUMByrS. j 1 j CuJ l i. A and C: Iw i.hTwiiC' l sell J35; Xlnjr make j .t -v -or rNOr"SaBrJa d condition. cheaiC ovi .,. v.. iVIW. c. . JJ riYEK-riAXO Standard wake, M-st will saerlfhM fu- i Apply S3T7 Pa. ave. S. K. jr FOR SALE Violin, made iBd. malt will sacriflce for $. A4I Hfc- new. Jtuf f had them ono moath. Call M. 14W, be tween 3 and 18 p. m. Ask for MR. iiEUU.MSIL 24 SPOT CASH Sor used upright pktno. fcf, f U SMITH. 1068 II t X. AT. jeS-U Z FOfi REST. ii PIANO LUDAVIG; -reasonable. Call 1139? fanciro . . n .. alter s p. m. 23 HORSES AND YKHICLKS HORSE and runaboBt fer sale. CaH after 5 p. m. ; bo dealers. Apply 3115 O St. XVAV. 27 HAATNO Just completed Job at AlJaHer Reed Hospital, will sell 24 wood. bC? horses. H. T. PAItfKR, 27th and K t. AVashington. West 144$. 25 SIX HORSES and mare and 4 males. 2 surrys. I dayton. Rear 488 Pa. ave. 2 J COAL AVAC.OXB xmX good" one aad two ton. COLUMBIA BRICK AXD COAL CO.. Takoma Park, D. C, 22 eamaiBaBnHBMinaManMiManm.v WANTED MISCELLANEOUS .; FOUR-FOOT cigar iloor case ,; in perfect condition. Ap- , ply at once, to FRANK GE-1 RACI, 1235 G st. N. AY. 24 - REED CARRIAGE Good coadHIsB. Co Inmbht 1363-W. v 3S IF It's clothing, fumitare or anything at:MS all. call TOMMY LOWS. IK G St. X. AAV V FranklQi 7691. aall-0t WILL CALL, city or sub.f pay highest cask - prices for ladles', men's aad children 0-' worn clothing, shoe; send postal or pfeoa J. TARSHBS, 130S 7th kw.; phone Xorth.' 499. mhlO-tf HAVE YOU 2ND HAND FURNITURE? Wo have the price you aak let's get to-1 Cether. s SHERMAN'S 1015 X. T. ave. Nv AV. 1143 7ts st. X. -yT. Main 3599. Xorth 3432. WANTED FBTBltwo for cash. Sell jse" goods to the man who give the- tsosc money. See HOP WOOD. 8th aad K. WA NTFD Feather Bt4a. Antique -VV A IN I EL aaa Modern Furniture. Best prices paid. Square Deal FursUs -Co.. 501 Eye st. X. W. Phone Mala 5(3$. mh22-9t AVE PAY CASH FOR DIAMONDS AND JBWKLRT of, every description, aad bo quaatKy toe mall or ton large. 317 District Bank bldg. myl2-tf AA-ETX GrVB CASH FOR YOUR Pianos and' Talking Machines Ellis & Arnold. 1323 G st. Mala 9914 WANTED Furniture, plane, carpets, etc Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have aa call. "AVESCHLER'S." 92 Pa. ave. N. Tr OLD GOLD AND SILVER I r)RFM7 JSAVELRT CO, M. IStX 1 t-vixc.i, Ti JVC 5l 9th st. n. GOLD. SILVER nUIO niiMOMIC' PLATINUM. JKWKLRT UI AVlUNl ) , BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MR. AUTOMOBILE OAVNER are yoa la terested In buying new, guaranteed, tires at factory prices. For full particulars write to BOX B-357. Times office. 24 MECILVXICAL engineer wants backer to patent Invention which promises large return on small investment; $5W required BOX B-354. Times office. 23 PATENT ATTORNEY BUSEVBSS fer sale. Owing to advanced age I will dispose of bait or all e my raeceeefu! patent attornr; practlce, which has been established f. r over 38 years and Is located la the health lest city ia the world. Applicant shouU: have good character and fair ability: ataU qualifications and expectation. CARL SEX, 297 Dispatch Bldg.. St. Past, Minn. ' 34 OLD established bu-slne stand. New Ma-' nor Market. For further Information apply cor. Sherman ave. and Park rd. X AV. Phone Columbia 3S36. 21 TAILOR SHOP Small, for sale: doing good business; goou location. jscs.v. a-i Times office. ,. WE are prepared to famish fall Inferma. , tloa concerning latest big gold dteeovery ic Xevada. Phone Main 4191. room 190." Continental Trust Co. bldg.. 9 a. m. to 10:30 p. ra. XORTH i LIGEX. Itafs. agents. 26 DANCING YOU WANT TO DANCE? Prof. Cain, America's Foremost Dancing Master can teach you In a few lessons at ta RIGHTAVAY SCHOOL OF DANCING. 1318 New York Ave. Only up-to-date Dancing Academy south of X. Y. Private lessons, any hour. 75c auS-SOt Mae AVyndham, 816 12 N.W. Professional teacher Just returned from New York with all the latest steps: pri vate lessons. 75c Phone Frank. 2454. aa4-30t GLOVER. (US 22nd: prlr. lessens any time. 75c; refined, correct method. AV-1129. aulO-tf MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE The Spisedy Express Co. "We Move Fast." General Hauling. Furniture. Trunks. Btc 1114 7th st. X. E. Lincoln 5645. Jy21-34)t TR.A.XSFER AXD" HAULING BY TRUCK First-class aervlce at low cost to yoa. M. P. LUCAS. Phone Main 1519. 412 lSth st. X. TT. aal3-30t WE MOVE FURNITURE ANYWHERE Suburban movins a specialty. New York. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Packard and Pierce Arrow cars us-cd exclusively. Experienced - lute men in charge. Padded vans. THE BIG 4 TRANSFER COMPANY 1042-1054 29th St. N. W. Phone West 1841 For An Estimate. i MOVING VADUKD vans. 1...- - -- m.. a..w.vau .AC..,. rAl--rv,lv- Experienced Wliixt; Ma. ! STORAGE PRIVATE ROOMS. E.XPKH1EXCKL- MEN. 1UU.JHUUJ HAASIIUUSS. CXITUu bTATES STORAGE CO.. IXC 41S-4Z9 TENTH ST. X. W. PHOXEs MJlIS 422J or 1CKAXKLIX 2422. ; J fe38-l V.DViNfi PADDED VANS il.VJVIiWJ FURXlSHfaD Phono 31. 2619-2811 KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1226 H st. X. IV 6TORACE. PACKING AXD SHIPPINO avU2-tf CLEAN, ury .turage for faralture and pianos. Estimates cheertull gives. WESCHLER'S. 2 P. a. N. V. raoas )lln 1282. Mt. Pleasant Auto Transfer. 3111 14th ST. X. W. Hove Truni-s. Baggage and Furoltar. uenerai Hauling. COLUMBIA 822. M-Mt HOllMi shipping and hanHng; ant trucks uwd only. BURKHALTBRS EXPRESS CO. 488 Kentucky ave. 3. HL Line. 274? rshie-Ift SMITH'S TRANSFEB AXD STORAGE Cf. NORTH X44t. N. rSl.T. V 3311 Nht or Hoi Idav. FrnnkHn 3911. Lung-Disiancr MotIs4I il :l : i i II 1 . J il 'I I ii ' I K t ; i 4S 9