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TE IN Em m Itgag ELATMPO CLABBIFIE ADVEETISMN qe see *. ............... t. e ... . -..es... Ae receved befr 10:30 a. III. wiH be puua d the me day. gatwday^ Bu~days, and Bolidays 10 A. X. PEMRONAL ANICURING- ,,, e10:8 . . Ot. 11. W. Apartment 3. electric vibrator treetmoast. e n1 7046. MADA)N LA BLANC VASeO &ad tottreatment, mantearing se te s. se 4. W. 481. KI 8 CAIN aa Fc endfu 9stment 714 Tth a N. W. Apart. 1. iraa 00. LADEUS-There is o es to remain stoUt un comofor'able: I ma ad ill re wjrw ht; I ates to give Set. ge . Call NorthI ST34.is O YOU love god health? Too en have It. Call at I3 fth et. N. W.. OLD IN DIAN 3ERD REMEDY SHOP.. SUCCE FUL SETW SPECIALIST. ee 1a. Itehin. Ac# . Planlee, Red. be", Maime and Warta removed; Itchinge .t Op& DR. NICHOLSON. too$ IA5 ES WILSON. nOW manager American etetta. 610 9th at. N. W., was steward thu Che.* CyaT e Club two ears. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES A BARGAIN opportunity; ba kery and delicatessen; grow ing business, fine location; must be sold immediately; owner leaving city. Phone Col. 5548. LARGE basemnt for rent, suitable for buasiness purposes; central location; rest veryreasonable. Call 1342 Vermont ave. 1. W., between 10 and 12 a. m.. 2 to p. m. FOR SAL-FIrst-class grocery establish meat; good N. W. location; receipts., 310.000 month: 100 good accounts; will Sacrifice; disagreement of partnermhip. BOX 120, Times office. START IN BUSINESS For yourself. The track haulla businees offers the Gnest kind of epportunltles to make money. Let . s e ain. Trucks can be per . tas from the Motor Company of Washington with a small deposit. the balance to be paid as the trucks earn it. Call Mr. S. P. LANDERS, Went 710 Motor Company Of Washington, 24th and M ats. N. W. LOST AND FOUND AUTOMOBILE TIRIS-Two 32 by 4. Re ward. 031 9th at. N. W. Phone Main 174. CAT-July 3. young male, tiger gray, black stripe: nome and under part of body white; very gentle and timid. Reward if returned to 3440 Newark at. N. W., corner of Wigconi ave. Cleve. 322. CIGARETTE CASE, silver, initials S. P. N. in Rock Creek Park; reward. Return a. P. NORSTRO1. 1610 Riggs place N. W. North 4310. DOG-Brown, shaggy, near Glen Echo; name TIp; license 64. Liberal reward, 1326 Maple View pl., Anaoastla, D. C. FOUNTAIN PEN--Gold band; initials Z. D. K.; reward. 911 12th at N. E. ONE string of coral and gold beads. one string of yellow beads, and one large In, between Pa. ave. at 6th at. and the to of the adjutant general at 6th and IS. Beward if returned to 1412 Mass. ave. N. W., Apt. 30. Phone Franklin 3246. PARABOL-Purple silk, left on south-bound Capital Traction, No. 727. at 7th and B S. W.. at 8.30 a. in. Wednedday, July 7th in=t.nt. Reward if returned to 1763 Co lIa rd., apt. 3. PIN-Gold tiligree. black setting. Friday evening, probably Silver Spring carnival; est pern al value; reward. 640 0 at. . k 7243-J. PURSE-CantalIng sum of money: Pa. ave., between let and 5th, or on 0th, F. 'or 10th eta. Rewaid return Burlington Motel. Room SM. TORTOISE SifULL GLASSES in case at Bathing Beach Sunday morning. Re Ward. Phone Main 6400 between 0 and UMARELLA-Lost on lund 20; black silk, horn, gold band, with name Percival Hall engfaved. Reward if returned to No. I. Kendall Green, 7th and Florida ave. N. E. WRIST WATCH-About 0:30, July 0. 15 jetrel octagon-shape, gold dial, black Yrd, either in Columbia Theater, down 3 o , 3 to 11th, 11th to Avenue, .weet e o treet ; reward. Mrs. Emery Cran dalI, 1206 Emerson at. N. W. Phone Col. A itwith chain and locket; Ingersoll ,umetal; lost near Coemoe Club. Re ,ai 1024 Munsey Bldg. Phone Main 7254. WANTED-SALESMEN FIRM WITH EXPERIENCED SALES farea of high-caliberea producers has an Opnig for a real salesman to learn to ,e I special newspaper advertIsing to the ende of large concerns; the work is inter olwand the connection congenIal an. rnnent; lIberal commissIons are paid nd a worker ehould average over 86.000 a pear; an applicant to be considered must have reference as to character. Apply to Mr. LANSON. Washington Times, at a. n. HELP WANTED-MALE . ANT INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn Sl00 to $200 monthly corresponding for newapapers; 815 to 325 weekly in spare tisme; eaperienee unnecessary; no canvase ing;s: euate sugg.ested. Sedfor prin lar. 10ALPRESS BUR ArBt tale. N. Y. AUTO RADIATOR MAN; expertenced. 2024 14th at. N. W.____ EAKER--WhIte, for bread and cakes; all after 5. T14 N at. N. W. DAER-WViAte, for bread and cakes. Call after 5, T14 U et. _N._V. DOILURNAKUR5. machinist.s, skIlled ad uni flied labor. Apply at 1410 Ia. ave. No sihe job. URIGKT, NONEST EOTS, to aryTimes routes in dowatown seotion. Aply by peetal eoly. WN. MORRISON. Times efftee. ROT-Colored, to work in lunchroom. Ap. ply 1104 10th Ut. N. W. NOT-8.age frm 13 to 16. to carry Timea route Ia Georgetown; good chance for boy with Ieta of pep. See Mr. WISE, in Tinee alley. Sunday and Moaday, betwee. 2 p. in. and S p. m. CASHIERS. Stenographers, typiatA hair. dressere, totephone eperatoe, -llietters, y at enee, Dey Employnt Bureau. 10, 141 0l st. N. V CHAUFFEUR for Ford delivery. Apply Market Store, IllS 14th st. N. W. d)OK-e ndeaportenoed. Apply 626 PF1'~I-~iie cleanem, countermen, wieroou e br. pl at on .eD, OOOK-4iist-ore. Apply ilbo W0h 65 N. W. O~N~alI% i at eae. P3NN OIL PlaUMi. beabemW. ei meae uaeuemarv. Wr e Lw A.I Dea A-10. Times office. 1C8 CLAM MAKUR-as ee la Wat ad; yees a a erk a e11 amh -,.and. slop RA elks - sRV4co.. U Pratt 6t.. Batainere l. ELEVATOR operaters, eme day and one night. APply CHAS TLETON APT. HOUS, 16th "ad H "IL W. GOVaRNM CLB9R8-KOur esure Is stenograph Will at you for a powiie is ladividual Iausetlee. Summer claes" sew ferming. .PAY STUNOGRAPHIC CHOOL. 1410 K at. N. W.. eceed leer. Mat 2870. HOUSEMAN - Experiweed. Apply HOUSEKEEPER, Con tinental Hotel. IuDOARS-300 lured, Peamylvania; transportatio $ 4-710 Monday 0th =t. N. W. 3REDDL.-AOUD MAN for setla. staties. PENN OIL CO.. Reslym. Va. mE-itonly, e leraate repating. driving and garage mIaaegmeat toltIes IS and 0 Sta. N. MEN TO UNLOAD COALr White or colored; $5.20 for 5 hour . Apply immediately to Chief Egineer. THE FLEISCHMANN CO., Langdon, D. C. MAT CUTTDRS-The A. T. GOODMAN CO.. Inc.. have openings for several high claw meat 1 utters and managers; apply by letter. or call Tuesday. between I and 3 p. m.. main efficO, ad floor, Arcade Mar ket. (Confldential.) PAPERHAINGERS-First-class mechanIcs. Apply 1618 kth at. N. W. PAINTERS-Good wages. Apply 14th *ad Taylor ats. N. W. RUMFORD & WIL KE.~ PRESUER-First class; steady position. MERTE & MERTZ CO.. 06 F at. N. W. POSITIONS open for multigraph operator, interesting and profitable work. $100 to $160 Der month; we can train you In two months In your spare time. Apply 1410 7 at. N. W.. room 200. or phone MaiAn Gos. PROMINENT CORPORATION here has opening for two experienced sollctors or salesmen; permanent position; salary or commission amounting tu $206 monthly and up; give experince,9two references and telephone number. BOX 117. Times office. WANtED-An unhlimitea amount ef help. regardless of what kind of a position you are looking for; colnall us: we can give you resultat give us a trial and be en. vnced. THE QUICK RESULT EMPLOY. MENT AGUls . Rosi 3?. Warder 114g.. III Sth at. N._ 8XLUSMEN-Two high-grade reprelenta tives to call on local trade for Brat-clam soft drink manu(acturer; liberal commim slops; an excellent opportunity for high caliber men. COLUMBIA BOTTLING WORKS. 911 2nd at. N. E. SALESMEN wanted to represent reliable New York house, outside selling; perma nent position; good pay; experience not ws Gential. Call room 120, McGill Bldg., G at., near 9th. S A L E S M A N - Progressive young man. Apply MARY LAND BISCUIT CO., 13 Han over St. V. W., city. STENOGRAPHERS. typists. bookkeepere. solicitors. Apply at once. Dey Employ ment Bureau. Room 12, 1410 G at. N. W. STUDY WIRELESS and get Into a profes sion which will net you more than just a bare existence. Graduates of the Serv ice Radio School write In fromi the far corners of the earth telling of their suc cess and the advantage of seeing the WORLD and being able to save money. Weshave on file many of these letters; we will be glad to have anyone interested in radio come in and read them. They prove our- ability. Cost of tuition Is moderate and may be arranged to. suit your conven. lance. Day and night classes. SERVICE RADIO SCHOOL. Inc.. $00-2 Pa. ave. N. W. TINNERS EXPERIENCED HELPERS SLAG ROOFERS - Steady Work With Good Pay IRONCLAD ROOFING CO.. INC. Room 406, 1416 .F St. N. W. WAITERS-Ten, colored. to go to Grove Park Inn. BURGESS' AGENCY. 602 10th at. N. W. WAITERS-Ten colored, for summer re sort. Apply quick. D1CK'S HOTEL AGENCY. 606 12th at. N. W. YOUNG man as checking .clerk, salary $80 month; referendes required. Apply CHASTLETON APT. HOUSE, 16th and R sta. n. W. HELP WANTED-FEMALE TOUNG WOMEN WANTUD TO LEARN TELEPHONE OPERATINO. * 17.06 PER WEEK DURING FIRST FOUR WEEKS. FREQUENT INCREASES THEREAFTER. .WORK PERMANENT AND INTERESTING. VACATIONS WITH PAT. GOOD LUNCH3E(8 T COST. SICKNESS BENEFITS APPLY AT ONCE TO MISS GREGORY. EIONTH FLOOR, T$6 15TH UT. N. W. THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 'TELEPHONu COMPANY. ANT INT3I.LICIENT PERSON may earn $l0e te $lim mnanthl y correspondina for newapapera; $15 to $25 weektly in Ipare time. eaperies unnecessary; ne eanvass lng; mub acts suggested. lend for grle ulara. NATION AL PRESS EURDA L. Etf fale. N T._____ DR MM R3erteno'waist an RUS WAXTfWMALE-, GIRLr-T. work at sode deemdt*9. 4 6sth St. N. GILto 4 ea egwP GOVEVR"ar T CLA A- r O S eMegeSky win at you sr a 1e days. laodvtdual tooeet. 1414 it N._..uee d T. P~"U in i AilT- x 000 ?loN has yattaer Wo -- o eastratsSr a leWam ee an 4L4 sitles; wortn 1 a espor096e1ce tw o reo number. hoc 111 Totes TELEPEONE operator; T, 3. X. board; $16.50 week. A ly CHASTLEtON APT. HOUE 16th'and sa, n. w. WAITRESSES wonted at eae; neat appearl and epeli enced; also girls lling to learn. Highest wages paid, Including all meals and boneas. Childs Co., 1428 Penn. ave. WAITREsa-Two white; good wag eed hours; also one dishwasher. Ap y 39 North Caitol at. WANTMD-WitPEsss, boekkieepeaL *SeW. muclst-s, stenographere, typits, houe hold eli of all kid Commit eonvinaed. TE. QUICK RESUL7 3M. PLOYMENT AGENCY. Ree 8. Wad Asids, 628 th 6t. N. W. GIRL for general housework. Apply 330 Maryland ave. N. I. - GIRI,-Or settled woma. by week. to keep house cloS. washing for one a mornings on ood w . AD4 DAISY WILSON. 414 let et. N. W. LAUNDI-RE5S. .eed, for Wednesday Or Thursday. Apply,614 Taylor at N. W. NURSE for baby S months. M Henning. 8717 Cathedtrel ave.; j}N-tb 84. HELP WANTED MALE ANIS 1EMALE. ASSISTANT MANAGER. candy store; saleswomen in candy store, with experi ence; white hotel maids. white cleaners, white general houseworker; consult us im mediately. Day Employment Bureas. Room 12. 1410 0 Ut. N. W. COOK for Good Hope Orphans' Home, Anacostia. Good wages and hours. Apply Martin Wie gand, 451 Maryland ave. S. W. ENGLISR, French Spanish. German math ematics. Scinee; day, night. Columbia. 907 lith st. N. W. ALL KINDS OF' POSITIONS. Typists, clerks, bookkeepers. counter men. etc. Placed 1000 applicants this year through UNIEI) EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.. 616 14th at. N. W. Main 361. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE YOUNG man, college training, wishes work few hours evenings. BOX 136, Times office. CORNET PLATER, two years with band. desires evening *brk with orchestra or band. BOX 126, Times office. ATTENTION, BUUINESS MEN! Are you In need of help? If so, ell Main 3246, and be convinced of the quick results you get. All it 0001. you I a tele phone call and an elanation of the kind of help you want. We have employee tr every kind of work. We aiseha9e em ployes for eatre work evenings and aighta We a ecialise on obntracts. THE QUICK RESULT EMPIOYMENT AGENCY. Reom 81. Warder Rldg., 513 9th at. N. W. _____ aMAL1 CALL MAIN 4396 for high-clam help of all kinds; earnest and careful attention given to your wants: available at once bookkeepers, stenographers. typists, cooks. waiters, countermen and domestics; help furnished through this bureau thoroughly investigated as to ability and integrity. Dey Emp ment, Bureau. Room 12. 1410 G at. N. V. DRESSMAKING-Very newest models; ilso remodelin. by young lad. with new ideas. For nformation cll l. 7661-J. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS ATLAS PAYS HIGHEST CASH PRICES For Guns,. RIftea. Revolvers and Musical Instrument. 937 D street a. w. Phone Fr. 2408. CLOTHING. worn; cash prices paid for la. dies and menus; end postal or phone J. TARBHIPS. 1168 7th at. N. W. North 499. CAST-ukyb' uiothing, men or ladies, bought. Linc. 3I&S -W. J. VOLF. 132 H at. N. E. Drop postal. I will call. FURNITUIlE and household gocds bought. sold and exchanged. Auction sale every Thursday, It a. m. to 4 p. n. C. K. RU; SELL A CO.. Auctioneers. 903 N N. W. rranklin 4762-J. FURNITURE-Wanted for cash. Bell your goods to the man who gives the most money. See ICPWOOD. -th and K. FURNITURtE, pianos, carpets, etc.. wnte. Phone M. 132 for wagon. or have us eall. "WEcSCHllR'. ' 92 Pa. ave. N.' W. FUt'RNi~TUR&e-ave you any second-hand furniture, We have the price you ask let's get together. SHERMAN'S 1011 N. t. abe. N. W. 1143 7th at. N. W. FranklIn 4158. North 8192. LORENZJ.E EIW..RY CU OLD GOL gy USu 10sth ST. N. W SSIr.V'sf. ETC. DIAMONDS WANTED-Chair oanlo , upholstering. baby carriages repaire1. Phone North 9446. reasonable rates. 1428 11th st. N. W. WE GIVE CASH for your rianos and talk ing machines. A. F. ARtNOLl). Main 5914. 1123 0 st. N. W. FOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS ACETYI.UNE WELDING OUTFIT-Must sell to settle an estate; price 981. 2140 Pa. ave. N. W. BOOTS--Pair of array officer's field; ea cellent. for hikting; sise 98;, *ieo high lace hunting shoes, same size. BOX A-98, Times office. Ei DVINGO )At'ER IAL.--EA T TUS. brick, new wallboard at 4%4e pev(st eno-ply roofing, new and good uaty. 51.15 per seqsare: White enanmet lavatotes and sinks. qhea4hing, sash, dooe, roalas aper. SIDNEY L. HECHkNGER HOUSE WRECKINGA CO., 65 h an~d C ct, S. W. COUNTER and shelves. Apply 240 1st at. N. W. DESK--Ode roll top ask, and chair; per feet condition. Phone N 1111 or call at 649 N st. N. W. ELECTRIC FANS. 20 12-in. 110-valt d. c., 4 blade., 3 speeds, nscillatIng with cord; 620 each. GIRAFTON HOTEL , Coan. ave. and Do Sales at. Frank. 4026. ELECTRItC FAN (4:eiling) for sale cheap; first-clane condition. Phone Col. 4881. FANS-Four 12-Inch electric, direct cur rent. Apply 2126 Pa. ave. N. W. West GAS HEATERS-No. 1%t Lion; installed, 887. Apply 626 0 st. N. W. Fr. 2503-. GAP RANGp---buter, wIth eveS a beetler, fi-om 65 tn 811.601 all Ian e eendioa. W. P. WA! K INS. 655 4th 1(. GAS RANG 4iiPA!1ED AN4~ KM~usI. lIS? K St. N. W. Main 954. t..W OiPne Nortt ~ LARGEST lIne of used sewing mnaebInes in the city; ett makes; .16 and up; 1 year'S guarantee; tentintg; espett repaIring; hem stitching, plaiting ,buttos mnade to odes; open evenlnr. IIPKINS. 8534 14th at. N. PLANTS-Ca ne1 Iemato, sweet potateo des., 0., or I. 0 lots I. WILSON. 161 Anaeetia ed , tWending. D,~ C. U.. 4369-.. STURit~tESR--One; also baskets and ake edforeesato ene d WIAT DID T TURTLE NTAND ON? Yes haew the s-s the WeeM es is I sAed an th pa-ti sdwi Ashdy lose 7htpoit is as UNi eit. meet? 71e Wa d?"' No two a remdr-yo he At, Usn a Wast44 bow adsuimse pr" POR SALB-MMICELLANMOU5 REVOLVUR-New .88 Colt Targt. ad holster. $21.60. 1210 11th st. N.. PLANTS&-eabbage tomate sweet potato A =' rd.,Beosing. D. C. Ue. 4160-J. WIRULUES if--Complete with aerial, 862. C4l 13 T at. N. U. North 730. MUSICAL. 3NVVVR&iNUUN ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO.'S Sale of Used Pianos, Player-Pianes, and Pbonographa. These pianos. in me0 represent les than half the original =687 Mark Your Choice and Ask to Be 5hown. UPRIGHT PIANOS. ESTUT ...... 100 WM. HNINDK AMP ...... 110 CHICKERING ....................... 80 BRADBURY ......................... 66 BNHNING ................. . . .. KIMBALL ................ ... .. It KRANICH & BACH.................. 136 SCHUMAN ............................ 116 KNABE .......................... . 101 CHICKSRING GRAND .............. 200 PLAYER-PIANOS. KELSO .............................. $216 ROBXLXN ........................... 380 CCL"IAN .................... GULBRANSBN ......................: 47 ARLINGTON. 1 60 CABLE-N ,LSON ................... 636 PHONOGRAPHS. 116 CABINET GRAFONOLA. PINE CONDITION .....................71.00 0121 CABINUT GRAFONOLA. MA. HOGANY ......................... 6.00 CABINET PHONOGRAPH. INCLUD ING TWO 4LBUMS ....2.......... 6.60 We close all day Uaturday during July and August. ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO 00.. 13th and G St. PIANO--Upright. standard make; wonder. ful tone; 5150. 227 Pa. ave. S. Z. COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA-$160 for $76. Big bargain. 227 Pd. ave. 5. Z. GUITAR-Stella. new; cheap. Phone N. 7338. 1628 14th at.. UNITED CLEANING SHOP. PLATER-88-fote. with belch and used rolls. 127 Pa. ave. S. 3. Phone-Linoeli i2.7. PIANO-Meistor mahogany upright; good as new, remrkably ,ine tme; baraa at $200. Cell 37 11th t. N. W. after 1. UPRIGHT-R. 8. Howard; fine condition; mahogang case; $246. 22? Pa. ave. a. . ORGAN-Handsome little Mason & Ham lin, $36. 227 Pa. ave. 8. I. VIOLINS, guitar, mandolin. drunu piano; call 6 to 7 p. m. Aletander, 6223 at ow. PIANO-New upright; aacrflece; call after 5. 222 7th st. N. 3. SAVE MONE !' BUY ARMY 000 W U. S. army ruset 5hek * .64; 0. D. wool shirts, 52, or 2 for $6; arnty rain coats. $3; khaki suits. brand now and re claimed breochee, $1.60; coAts, 7$c.; new army blankets, in perfdet shap; a ship ment of brand new ieather Army glo a will be in tomorrow from Camp M e biggest glove bargain In the country; . i line of arnay tents and many otla? articlp used in the army; nothing but armty goods handled ; n~o tinware, -Iron or junk. 311 13%i se.N W.. Near District Butiding. DRE8--Taupe color. georgette and satin; never worn; will sell for 515. 800 0th at. N. W. Prank. 2101. aPRING COAT SUITS-And easta, slightly used ladies' taitoa-madq; men's malts and overcoats: will sell for 55. W. AICE. 1882 ith at. N. W. UNDERWOOD. No. 4; perfect condit~ea; 536. !22 N. Y. ave. N. W. POR SAL3.-FUMITU*U PLUaSO CHAR--hre, , one -utg, all 84. 1229 Morse at. N. 3. ROUND DINING TABL.3. chiffonier. arm. chairs. gnamel bed, cots. blankets, up right Meister piano; no delera. Call aftet I p. m. 3227 11th at. I'. W. ICIBOX, 7 ft. by 0 ft., 2 smgJ i tables, old chaira, plcture frame. 2 mahogany 1eekc ers; cheap. B. N. BARRY, Ills L at. N. W. Fran kln 1282. DESK-.ai, ad oak chaIrs. 640 U at..NK. W. Phone North 1131. It0UND7 DINING 'tAdLA. chiffier, arm chait. enamel bed, cs blankets, up right Meister planto; no daers: Call after. I p. m. 222? 11th at. N. W. RtFRIGBRtATOR--edern make perfeot conditiomn rasonable. 134 22(h 5t. N. W. Phone Noerth 0400. NELSON REFRIGENATOR 00. 212Gn-QRADU REPRSOURAtOR5. 611 F' St. N. W.. Frahklin 207Ji. P'olLtBye P313 ?30 LaVM SYeOSS C~t.iB tretss-ea .se and white; very pretty: eigree;- perftet health: males, Ill and 32; females. 620 each; oan be seen at faent or *1it shis en receipt of cheek. VINE CRUST FARM, Palls Church. Va. Phone 180-P-I. Ost oar will meet you at Dost Pals Church ' you may 5o. COLLIE PUPPY tingle). 3 hutha una, s... Apply 031 Maryland ave. S. W. DOGR dnd oats tbnareid. s~f tNR. Biadensburg. Nd. Phese Npatts. 20-i. 3'SR ERT SUe hed Teta for amnplg at ceeplal F ? AUs sspports sheuklerS while he Where the turtle vs. aswertble as "Who reader er user of ever agre. You're how readr boe of your owa-see ft. Get the PIG idea. Thee's double proft for- every Want-ad reade. who turns ad veriser. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS DON'T worry about winter, order one of our pipeiess furnaces; terms to suit; save money and buy direct from the VAULT LUSS PIPELl a FURNACE CO.. room 111. 134 11th et. N. W. Main 1306. IF YOU WANT your old mattress made new and parlor chairs re-envered and polished. then write J. R. GROSS. :02 K at. N. W. Best of rotes. as to work. GARAGES built to your atastaction; twices , right. .Phoe North 676. MRS. J. Z. MALTBY has resumed her spiritual w6rk at 817 10th at. N. E. Phonet in. 6624. TRUdKINO. HAULING. UT THU ROUR. Day or by the load. reasonable. I. F. FRYE, 7'6 11th st. N. . Phone Lincoln 20724. VAIK CANEIXO CHAIR CANEING. Chair caneing. furniture repairing. All wet sailed for and delivered. Apply ARMgIRONG'. 123 10th St. N. W. Franklin 7483. CHAIR CANEING a laity. $1.50 and up. DIXON'S, 1631 N. apitol St. Phone North 8004. CHAIR CANING, hand caning. splint can Ing; if you want good work. se me. MITCH ELI... 1401 Q at. N. W. IETAL CEILINGS METAL CEILING H. W. MACE & CO. Forietrly with Rudolph & West Co. 609 Columbia road N. W. Col. 1367- . CAURUNTERS AND EUILDUER ,PRMETON A. ROBERTS, Duilder and Centractor. Contract remodel Ing and repairing. jobbing; corrugated metal garages. Col. $088-W. 4012 5th N.W. CAUINET MAK1R CABINET MAKER. Paruiture repaired. refnished, uphole tered regardless of condition. Drep postal or phone Franklin 469. ABE MARCUS. 1011 New York ave. GRUAL NKPAUINS CARPENTER and general repair work; remesdeUag a specialty; price reasonable; other information phone North 3068-W. JOHN PILAND. $19 L st. N. W. NEW AND SECOND-HAND CLOTHES THE SALIENT POINT of our say is the bunch of cash that we gladly pay for ladles and men's worn clothing. trunks. ahoeg, etc., and the stack is hefty and you should let us buy from you as our offers are and must be beat. Main 4146. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D. rAINTING AND PAPIERMANGIXG COLORED man; painting, papering. plaster patching. Job work specialty. W. Echola, 43 8 wt. N. S. Phone Franklin 191.2. WINDOW SHADES doed quality opaque Best qualIty of We eall with samples. Ph. Ltne. 371. KLEEBLATT'S "1T NND H SPECIAL NOTICES A S'ECCHOLDERS' meeting of the Min eral Oil and Gas Company, for the pur pese of amending its charter. increasing its eapital stock. and for such other busi itees as may come before the meeting. wiil be held In room 610 Bond bldg., -Washing. ton, D. C. July 33. 1920. at 10 a. m. F. C. O:IuaR. J. L. COHENCIOUS. LiBRERS ANDt)CEMENT FINISHERS OF LOCAL 96--Special meeting MON DAY. July 12, S p. m. Business of import ance relative to cement Pniehers. W.. F. BABBITT, pres.; 3. P'. PINN. sec. BLANCHE L.AKEN AND MARGARE'E ALLEN. formerly of Kann's, are now with Caroline Cooksey. 100 Eleventh at. 8. B Phae l.inenlin A7R1-W. RESOPTS COLONIAL DEACK. VA. THE BREAKERS. Aparta, of 3 and 4 roofns, completely furnished for light hnusekeeping; 521 per week for 4 or Tees persons; conlest spot on beach. -Spacious porches and. grounds. Electric light. Speclat attentIon by resi dent chsperon0 to young people. MRS. CAHILL- BRYAN, Owner and manager. CHESAPEAKE BEACH ACCOMMODATION FOR T IN TENT, N1orth~ Beach; week or week-end; phone Linc. 1601. Apply 2 Md. ave. N. 3. ATLANTIC CITY BREITON HAILi,*antuogAve a thrueut ; Hungarian culisine; strIctly Kosher. Med. rates. BookILet Fraacls Fried. Prop. PUBLIC NOTICE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERs OF the Disttict of ColumbIa, July 9, 1930. Notice Is hereby given that in accordance with the provisIons of ant item authoriaing changes in the permantent system of high waye contained int I. C. Appropriation Act for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1914 (Public Act. No. 421. approved March 4. lo13), the CommIssioners of the District of Columbia will give a publice hearing in t he Board Room of said Commissioners on July 26. 19lS, at is o'rlock a. in., to alI partied Interfeted or owning land within the territory bountded on the east by Rock Creek Park. on the north by Utah Avenut, en the west by 23d Street. and on the snuth by Nevada Avenue or Rrnad Eranch Rnnd. Plansaf prpoeed rhanges nf the highway plan of streets wIthin the above lImits will be displayed, and the i'ommissioners will oesider any suggeetions or protests en cermnn the proposed ehanges as shown nn the aanwe mentioned plans. LOUIS BROW N LW, CHARLES W. KUTE, Corn msns ef the DiStat at Calammbib FOB SALE-AUTOMONULS USD CADS OF QUAiTY. 1 OOL V 1A 85DAN. 101 v 0.4NWaSUko. 301 P A URING. 1910 RP -. 30 O,~ LIDROA D! ,E : I ONN T . 19E CN A URANO.F o 11,8 TOURING. A AUTO XCHANO L16% till ldth at. K, W. CA P~ce ToMAg3. mitehe Terng Sam s e& Willys-Enight Touring. Stears 4-cylilder. Stearm@ 8-cyliader. Paige Touring. Special for quick sale, $400. GEO. C. RICE AUTO CO. 1317-27 H St. N. W. Phaoe Main 754. 1016 Leulngfen 4-pass, roadster. 19I Sason touring. 1916 Oakland roadster. 111 Mitchell touring. I1? Maym" touring 1:17 Dodge touring. Ito 01do I touring. 1917 Olds 6 touring. 117 Dodge roadster. I17 Maswell touring. Isis Ford touring. 3917 Pullman touring. 1917 Ford touring. 1936 Olde touring. Look thee over before you purebse your used car. WE BUY FOR CASH That is why we can sell at the right price. Terms it desired. Open eveaine and Sundays WILLARD SALES CO.. 400-2 14th St. N. W. Phone Main 9994. ICYK Light six; A I condition; winter and suhmer top, any demonstration. 123 Eye et. N. E. - _ BUICK -Delivery; screen body; $150. 11. 13 4% at. S. W. BUICK--1917. touring; mummer and winter top; 7 cord tire*. III Grafton ave.. Clarendon. Va. CHEVROLET Touring. 1917; looks goo1 and runs good; a bargain, $386. 1006 lth at. 5. E. i.incoln 3y96. COLUMBIA-Speedster. light; 6-pasenger; 1917; just out of paint shop; looks fne; excellent running condition; cord tires; heap and can be bought on terms. Main 1017. 145 Eye at. N. W. FORD-Touring car, 1915 model; In good condition, electric starter, lights; only driven by owner; price $350. 1104 Fla. ave. N. A. FORD-Delivery body; panel; good condi tion: 536. Apply 110-12 4% at. a. W. PORD TAXI-Al condition; for cash or terms to reliable person; can be bought cheap. 8. 1. HIGGS. 1313 Potomac ave. 5. E. hone Line. 3307. HAYNES-6-pasaenger: newly painted; en gins overhauled; new battery; new top and seat cover.; can be seen at Riggs Ga rage. Call North 9234. Price, $1,000. Hudson Super-Six Touring. A seven-pamenser car. in good condition throughout. including tires. FRANK.IN-KNEIP MOTOR CAR CO.. 124 14th st. N. W. Main 10067. HUDSON-Super six; cash or terms. $03 C mt. 8. W. HUDSON-Touring, 1917; in perfect run ning condition; new cord tires on rear; looks itne; cheap, and will sell on terms. 945 Eye at. N. W. Main 2017. HUDSON-7-pasaenger; used very little; reasonable. 614 O t. N. W. LIPPARD-gTEWART PANEL BODY LIGHT DELIVERT; ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND STARTER; IN GOOD ME CHANICAL CONDITION; $660. CASH OR TERMS. SEE MR. DE NEANE, USED CAR DEPT.. SEMMES MOTOR CO.. 613 619 0 ST. N. W. LIGHT TOURING - splendid condition; starter, electric lights, seat covers; bar gain for 6376 cash. 1406 Eye at. N. W. MULtCER--Speeder; will exchange for Ford coupe. Call Franklin 1890, W A. ROBET. OLDSMOBILE - Practically new; half price. OWNER, West 603. OAKLAND-Touring. 1918; winter and suimer top; excellent condition; splendid for hacker; cheap and will sell on terms. Main 2017. 946 Eye mt. N. W. OVERLAND. ~18 -Firtlas condition; $500. Apply 657 Pa. ave. 8. E. SAXON MTX-1917. touring; completely overhsuled; good tIres; new paint. 206 11th st. S. E. SPEEpSTER-With Continental motor: will demonstrate; $135. E. KAN, 110 4% st 8. W. WHEN TOU BUTY A used car from us it must be as represented. We have ready for immediate delivery one 1918 Dodge touring, one 1910 Dodge touring, two 1910 Dodge roadster., If you are looking for a used car don't fail to come and see these. See Mr. De Neane, Used Car Dept.. Semme. Motor Co., 613 G at. N. W. PAINTING AND REPAIRING' REfLIABLD AUTO REPAIRING By and under supervision of expert texeher mechanIcs. Overhauling. Low prices. Try us. Work guaranteed. NATION A I. A UTOMObILU OOLLhGE 0th and 0 sts. N. W. .WINDSHIELD GLASS For any make car inatallea whIle you wat; we cell for lees. TARANTO & WAS MAN,. 1321I New York ave. Fr. 6510. SCORED CYLINDERS RepaIred by Lawrence Patented Process, No0 heatIng, no regrinding required. DAY WELDING C. Franklin 4361. 432unrc. wbt 16tha 17th, LA&M. TOP RECOVERINO Have it done now anti cave money. Lowest prices for qualIty work. WA8IIINGTON4 AUTO TOP CO.. 3!27 New York ave. N. W. FranklIn 8230. OV3RLAND AND WILLYS-ENIGMT SIR VICE. Formerly master met~kanie of the Over land Co. N. 3. MA NGOLD, now localed rear 611 If 5t. N. 4'. Franklin 13046 IRQKUN CA~t IRON AND OTMUR MUTAIJ WULDUD. W ElD1*t' COMPANYT Sta New .Tersey ave N. W. lno, 350s. HAfDI'A TO~ig LANI' Is AIAIREIl.. UXPERT itOI.I)KRING OF Al~l KINDS. MOORE a CO.. 306 John Marshall place N. W. MaIn 1640. HAVE YOUR ('AR everhbauled byfrt slaMs meebanies labet SI per bout. 3D GAa 3306. rea Mea N, W. Mala duB. Po SALS-AUTOMOM THE TIMES Usd Car 1areau A SUREAU OF PERSONAL SERVICE cz Oarec Fe to low. tor MO~e a ais sse4 the p e Cal yis th sell. Ye. are met ebilinted , s a alyn o ear e year ae wr T Thee' Used Car aDses. ie is me esessisisie charged for this srvise We have l1u1d sght new a nmaner of ease amngix thema. eebal. the mawk and aseel we desi We else havea sit of per soas desiring peilar inedal 0. It yi want imed. ae aft io de not fet that weu" GuIsate ye"rself any way by caillg Ask 7r THE TINES USED CAR EUREAU. Main m. TRUCK-Astocar, I %-ton; Ia ood condi tion; mechanically'pertect; wll eschange for late model Ford car or real estate. BOX 124. Times office. WITWIILL 2-ton truck; good condlUon; S4650 to queck buer. Apply R. CARP. aEN, 1634 5th at. N. W. Phone N. 6676. WANETD-AUTOMOBILES UNION STATION GARAGE, 49 & 61 EYE ST. N. E. Autos Wanted in Any Condition. High'est Cash Prices Paid. Telephonie Franklin 3806. AUTOS~IN AN CONDITION Highest prices paid. Parts and tires al ways on hand. Pennsylvania Junk Dealer, 110-112 4% at. p. w. Franklin 2346. TOP WANTED--Ali-year body br winter top for Model60 Ro touring car. Apply Bassuro & Co.. 1417 T at. N. W.. North 3411. I SELI, automobiles by auction every Sat. urda y. 12 noon. A quick and satisfactory method; no sale. no charge; care listed be. fore Thursday advertised free. WESCH. LER'S." 920 Pa. ave. N. W. Phone Mal 1252. ATION - QUICK MONEY - That all we've got to offer. but we'll buy your ear 10 minutes after we mee It If the prios Is rigbt. Maia 2017. 943 I st. N. W. AUTOS FOR HIRE NEW TAXI SERVICE CO.. INC. PHONE WEST 84. So for Ten block. 9ie Any Distance City Proe p CARS PER HOUR. 52.60. 55.00 D UP. FOR HIRE-Ford touring car; evenings after 6 p. m.; very reasonAble; wtll driva en car; take you wherever you want to o. 1r.i$ L st, N. W. Phone Franc. 66S. FOR RENT-GARAGES. NEW ;AMPSHIRE AVE. N. W., 1-349-Ga race for rent. Phone Frank. 1414-J. PA. AVE. N. W., 1733,-Garage space. Franklin 822. STRICTLY PRIVATN GARAGE, holds two cars. Apply 419 2nd at. N. W. F. 1234. FOR SALE GARAGES built right; prices satisfactory. For estimate call North 6675. GARAGES-Our corrugated steel garages are better; erected. painted and finished with 3-section rolling doar, at reasonable prices; quick service. Call oday for eeti Mate. NATIONAL GAR-AGE MFG. CO.. 3120-22 Georgia ave. N. W. North 2044. MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-260 to $100.000 on D. C. real estate. Several truet tends. All traneactions conducted with economical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. BAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Suilding. 207 11th et N. W. DANCING GLOVER. fit 22nd; priv. lessne jaa unr. 90 clan Tuemelave rd PrdaeveW .112 FOR RENTr-ROOMS sVaxNsUOn ARIZONA HOTEL, 310 C ST. N. W.-4eat ly furnished rooma $5 per week up; transients $1 up. B ST. S. E., 214-One room. private lava tory. two parlors on entire first floor, till September; gas range. firelese cooker. BILTMORE ST., 1832 (apt. )-Two pleas ant cool communicating rooms for 1. h. k.; delightful, convenient' neighborhood; one-half square from 18th & Columbia rd. CHAPIN ST., 1474 - Three connecting rooms. 2nd floor. furnished for light housekeeping; detached house. CLIITON ST. N. WV., 1460-Single room. second floor, southern espoeure; near bath; eleetrieity; gentlemen. COLUMBIA ROAD. 1755-Large cool front rnom, near two car line., gentlemen. CORCORAN ST. N. W., 1760-Large bay window parlorabedroom; newly deco rated; all home privileges; gas and elec tric lights. EAST CAPiTOL, 315. Phone LUncoln 1124. E. CAPITOL ST., 1378-Large front room. nicely fur.; convenient to bath. EUCLID PT. N. W., 1318--Attraive ingle room for gentlefnen; next to bath. Phone Col. 41. F ST'. N. W., 2110-Three nice clean fur nished rooms for light houmekeeping, F ST. N. W., 240--Coo, room, central; elee light; reasonable. C..ll after 5:20. FAIRMONT ST. N. W., 1442-Large front room, acreens, abundant hot water, elec. ights; private famIly. Phone Col. 2235. 0 ST. N. W., 11n2--Purnished room for two young ladies, with kitchen and laun dry privilege. H ST. N. W., 613-One or two room. fur niehed complete for light housekeeping; adultm. H ST. N. W.. 2315-Two rooms and kitchen. ette..aulteble for I ladies. Hi ST. N. W.,521-Neatly furn ~edi on traily located. H ST. N. W., 2112-Single front room on second floor, near hath: S1n per mo~nth. HARVARD ST. N. W., 132S-Well-furnish ed room, neat bath; electric lIghts, in mtantaneoum hot water; phone; private family; gentlemen; 520. _Phone Col. 2675. IRV'ING UT. N. W., 1273-Two cool rooms. mecnnd floor; electricity, instantaneoum hot water. Col. 6467-W. KC IT. N. W., 1115-Back hall room, 52 a week. K ST. N. W.. 1219-Large room, twin bedm; bath on each floor; hot water all hour. K ST. N. W., 439-2 or 3 large tront rooms; no children. I, ST. N. W., 133-Clean, comfortable room for two relined ladles; home privi legee, 516 and $35 month for two; twin bedsn. L ST. N. W. 611-Tw ' arge, air, front rname for L. h. k.; first floor front; rea sonsbls. i6 ST. N. WV., 1307--Large room. 6 windowa; klitchenette; also other rooms. INCOLN Hofti ,Co~.t, Indf W ea N. W.; reasonable ratem; cool rooms; run ning water and bath, privilegem; center of town. l.ARiti fur~shed room, overlooking ..Ark; wIthin walking dlima'ice of (Government depti. Phone N th ?62. lARGE peecnnd-m ory front room nest to bath In apartment. ; outhern espnoeure. 3 window.. 3 cat lInes. locatioa. Columbia .endmata IM& M. C. T6, M ST X. W.. 41-8aN h N NY bi MAATLAND A - 5 *. 1 rems; Ib. b., 10 mI neses lien; olSi.. ie light&. heell &Ms 4836. _ _ _ _ fix 5T 31 e, Ie a L 1 X ST.. 91 o ty frechd ="Cm ' vt , gle or se site; eiestreet. 4 Walter; Froama Sf6e. NSlT. N. W., a-tigle a d sr a rew Reoom&s els;all newly far . il 1t 464,6 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.. 640-0e een furnished freat reem, 64. 6, 64 of Per week. NEWARK ST, sOi$- (Clevind ar.E C.)--Col. well-furnished rems; private family. Cleveland 1114. 0 St. N. W.. 2309- leely fursued bed-re. OAK AVE.. 2123 (Takema Par-esk)-e keeping It desired. ON lAMONT ST.-W ia ne seres a Re r oreek Park ad M. Pleseet eer line; & ae furisbehd reems wth e; Noivato batb, is private heme. Col._ 1994. PRINCETON PL. N. W., al-Two furnish ed rooms. sleeping poerh; a. m. I.; for itght housskeeping; adults. C-1. 091-J. R ST. N. W., l446-Comfortable room, twig beds. electricity; for young men. RHOD EIULAND AVE. 181-magle roO" for gentleman; rivat* family; modern. Phone FrankIla 311. R. I. AVE. N. W., ill-One large reem for I. I. k.; centrally located; reasenabl. RHODE ISLAND AVE.. 24466-Twe third floor double and single reem; all mef arm eenvelences. next to bath, with meet.; gentlemean fref erred. STRATFORD HOTEL fourteenth ead Monroe sta. N. W. CMMM bia 984, Rooms with or wite1 bath. 09 up. TRY STAG-$1 UP SPECIAI. WEEKLY--E8T IN CITT. V IIT. N. X., 320-Two rooms ad emb top light housekeeping. WHEN YOU LOCATE the reem ye want turn to the Moving and Treasfer ads. further basb i. this paper. 4th sT. N. E., 44-Large, cool front room. 3 windows; near 3 car iinee; 1 or 2 Is dies, 130; or one cool back room. next to bath. $16; call Sunday or after 6 eves iags. 6th ST. N. W.. 1223-Two rootbs for 1. L, _.jLunning w ter In rooms. 6th ST. S. E.. 327-Two communicating rooms. frst oor, perch; complete far nished for h. k.; sink. gas range; $3. Ith ST. N. W., 1261-Vurnished. light housekeeping rooms. Nth ST. N. W.. 1136-Large front room; L h. k., 6 windows; no children, Nth Bt. N. W.. 130-Large front room; 4 windows: suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemeS; 312.50 monthly. Nth ST. i. E.. 102--Large, cool front room near bath. for gentlmen. Nth ST. N. W.. 733-Furnialled room, newly papered: -all conveniences; reasonable. Phone Frank. 1862. Nth ST. N. WI.. 1328-Nicely furnisgile L h. k. apt.; two rooms, screens andgefrie erator etc.; also. one light h. It. room o0 second floor, near bath; private family. 11th ST. N. E., 146-Attraotively turnisheS rooms, in well-appointed home; electrio Ity; unlimited phone. L. 334. 13th ST. N. W.. 200-8pend your summer at Hillcrest. with- its large gseen lawn and tennis ccurt for the pleasure of toe guests; absolately the coolest spot t Wash ington; rooms with or without private bath; beat Southern cooking. Phone Col. 9780. 16th AND P ST8., 1601-The freshest cleanest, sweetest room ever; beautiful elec. fixtures; dear little balcony; for two or three persons. Call after 5 p. m. Frank lin 3163. 16th AND P TS., 101-One roommate for two other girls in beautiful front room, second floor; electric lights. hot water, use of phone and spacious living room. Call after 6 p. m. er telephone Franklin 3168. 16th AND P STS., 1601-Two beautiful connecting rooms; clean, cool. comfort able, electric lights: suitable for 1. h. k.: piping hot water: use of phone and living room. Call after 5 p. m.. or telephone Franklin 3163. 17th ST. N. W., 918-Furnished, large room; electric lighta; third floor. Frank. 6364. 1th ST. N. W., 191-Large front alcove room. 6 windows. 1th ST. N. W., 3120-One room, next to bath, with all modern conveniences; suit ableforone or two gentlemen. Col._2666, 22d sT., 1021-2 nice housekeeping rooms, gas range. dishes; near water. FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD 0 ST. N. W., 640--Large attractive front room for couple or 2 or 3 gentlemen, with private family; excellent board. H ST. N. W.. 2122-Two large rooms, sec ond floor, next to bath, nicely furnished, near departments: no children. MASS. AVE. N. W., 466-Small furnished room and board. MT. PLEASANT ST.. l110-Cool front rooms. near bath; couple or gentlemen. NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE., 3661-Two com fortable cool rooms, adjoining bath, for gentlemen only. NEW HAMP8HIRE AVE., 1272 (Corner N at. N. W.)-Double, electricity. continuous hot-water; phone; laundry privileges, one with kitchenette. PARK ROAD, 193 toverlookinx Rock Creek Park--Large, cool, third-floor front room for two; home privileges; ex cellent meals; $35 each. Col. 9158. S ST. N. W.. 1816-Beautiful large room. front:; newly furnIshed and decorated:; 4 wIndows; with board for :'or 3 persons. 1st8T. N. W., 1716.-Cairoom adboard three ladies: walking distance Census and departments. Phone N. 3114. 10th ST. N. W., 124-Desirable rooms for two, with board; also table board. 12th ST. N. W., 1126-One flrst.fioor bright room: suitable for one or two gentle men; board reasonable. Telephone N. 9460. 18th ST. N. W., 3179-Secondt floor corner room with porch; one square from cat and park:; excellent table board. Owner. Phone Col. 6176. WITH OR WITHOUT DOARD WOOI)RIDGE, 2606 20th ST. N. E.--Two large rooms; furnished: elegant home; electricity; Ideal for summer; breakfast if desired. UNFURWIUSE 3 TWO or three unfurnished rooms, neat North Captol and T sip.: no children; references requIred. P hone Lincoln 3060. C S1T. N. W. 1311-.Fur third-floor rooms. light and t eat furnished : $40 __ PA. AV'E., 1740- I~arge office room. unfur nished; twp large windnws: seeond flaor. 13th ST. N. W. ii8-Unturntshed roo adjoining hath; I. h. k. If desired; nd flnor. Main 217. - PV'RNISRUD OR UNFUIRN lgHED E ST. N. W., 610-Two large front rooms, unfurnished or furnlshed. Apply at store 610 B st. N. W. Phone F. 2360. FUYRNIitHED or unfurnished two rnoms andi kitchenette: . h. k. 240 1st t. I8 I' O ItT It W., 336-31 rooms, furnished 0r unfurnished, to man and wife, no chil dren; ca.n he seen Bunday or Monday, the 11th pnd 12th this month. 6th ST. N. W., 616--Furnished or 'unfur nished rooms for I. h. k. or sleeping. 14% fiT. N. U., 220--Three very desirable rooms, front and back porchee; house keeping: no children; call Monday. 14% 5T. N. U.. 220-Three very desirable rooms, front and back porches. gas range. I. h. k.; no children. TASLU BOARD EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD. Hot bread, good salads, priv ate family. 1406 Rhode Island ave. NW. SUBUREAN BOARD,. SUnt'RflAN ROA RD- 2 or 2 chIldren under 8 years; good surroundings t'el. 7021. BOA Rr and room In suburbs fer ehid from I to l2 years old. fuX 129, Times ofiWANTED-ROOMS - lRt 0M for permsnent young man, a m.L; not over Ol2.60 per month. BiOX 146, .Times offace.