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THE
WASHINGTON
TIMES,
TUESDAY,
JULY
l;
1919.
19
SUBURBAN
PROPERTY
FOR
SALE.
BT
OWNER
OCCUPANT
Attractive
heuie.
room,
bath,
electricity,
gas;
Jet
C0xl42.
fine
Mew.
hedge,
fruit,
l
blocl.
frntti
e-t.
II
n
lntar
nHro
fnr
nttirtlr
it
2114
Kearny
t.
N
E.
!
ONE
5-room
house,
one
6-room
house,
on
"-room
Cal
bungalow;
all
m.
I.;
terms
R.
H.
CLUBB.
Del
Uay
ae.
Woodmont
Talcs
cars
marked
Rcckville
Phone
Be-theeda
86-J
With
large
lots
!
FOR
COLORED
Of.
the
Better
Class.
$3,5
500
A
new
6-room
bouse
and
two
!oti
'In
one
of
the
orettlest
suburbs
of
the
District
of
Columbia.
TERMS
SS00
CASH
AND
32.M
PER
MONTH,
lucludes
all
lntor-est
and
payment
upon
the
prtn
elpat
2-8nONew
C-room
bungalow
and
two
PjWU,oUl
nlce,y
i0C4lted.
TERMS
S3S0
CASH
AND
JS0.00
PER
MONTB
U
PATS
ALk
$500
9
LARGE
LOTS
TERMS
$11
V0""
CASH
AND
110
PER
MONTH.
We
will
build
your
home.
All
this
properly
within
40
blocks
f
the
Capitol
on
one
of
our
best
car
lines
In
a
beautiful
built
up
community.
i
who
grauea
siri.
electric
ugms
ana
fugue
ocaoDi
vijoiniag
in
property.
Inquire
of
the
owner.
IRVIN
AND
SHANK,
UlOGStN.W.
Main
3908.
mylS-IOt
CABIN
JOHN
PARK.
.
ATTRACTIVE
SUBURBAN
HOUSS
J.
S.
TOMIiFNSON,.
X2
&ODTH1SRN
BLDG.
U.
74(1
fels-tf
FOR
SALE
FARMS
Virginia
and
Maryland
We
can
offer
In
these
States
soma
of
lb
most
desirable
Water
Front
Farms
Also
Many
Attractlre
and
Pro
ataxia
Investments
in
the
Best
Blue
Grass
Regiona
Oor
List
Includes
Property
Valued
at
frea
$2,500
to
$225,000
JonnW.
Thompson-
&
Co.,
Incorporated
728
15th
Street.
Main
1477.
Washington.
D.
C.
my
3-sat.sun.tu.th-tt
TTRGIXIA
BLUE
GRASS
FARM,
200
acres:
good
loam
soil,
no
stone,
plenty
food
-water,
apples,
peaches,
house
9
rooms:
barn,
cornhouse:
other
buildings;
all
good,
electric
road
alongside
farm.
OWNER.
Box
33.
Sterling.
Va.
2
rOB
SALE,
rent
or
exchange,
fully
equipped
farm.
H6
acres.
10
miles
out.
electric
cars
260
yards,
macadam
roads.
J
H.
LLOTD.
Vienna.
Va
.
Route
No.
3.
2
FOR
RENT
TARSI
FOR
RENT
Steady
reliable
tenant
with
force
and
team
to
work
my
farm
of
360
acres
near
Marshall
Hall,
Hi.
along
the
Potomac
river,
house
and
all
necessary
buildings
immediate
possession
given.
Apply
to
MRS
H.
B
ELLIOTT.
465
H
st.
B
W.
Washington.
T
C
26
'MOVING,
PACKING,
STORAGE
Mt-
Pleasant
Auto
Transfer.
"We
Move
Trunks.
Baggage
and'
Furniture.
3111
14th
St.
N.
W.
General
Hauling.
Ph.
Columbia
822.
Residence.
North
3S39.
Jel2-S0t
ctad
a
rim
fyprf;;
m
y
I
l4tt
V
et.
Xasr-
tfe
Vove
Anything.
Any
Place.
Any
Tims.
'
512
F
STREET
N.
W.
.
Tbones:
Office.
M.
1437;
Residence.
L.
4
fix.
1
-
my4-0t
'
MrvviNr;
padded
vans.
.MtVllNJ
EXPERIENCED
MEN"!
PACKING
Furniture.
China.
Etc.
I
AMOVJ
Experlenoed
WHITE
Men.
STORAGE
PRIVATE
ROOMS.
FIREPROOF
WAREHOUSE
UNITED
STATES
STORAGE
INC
411-420
TENTH
ST.
N
W.
PHONES
MAIN
422
or
FRANKLIN
2J.
4CkVl
MOVING
EdDnED
vans
v
'
FURNISHED
KREIG'S
EXPRESS,
STORAGE.
PACKING
AND
SHIPPQfO.
tCLEAN.
dry
storage
for
furniture
and
pianos.
Estimates
cheerfully
given.
.WESCHLER'S.
120
Pa,
ave.
N.
w'
pno-t
.3fJn
1!2

lJfOTINC..
shipping
and
hasufogi
anta
trucks
used
only.
BURKHALTBR't
"EXPRESS
CO.
40S
Kentucky
ave.
S.
i
t
Unc.
74.
znbM-Srt
SMITH'S
TRANSFER
AND
STORAGE
CO.
NORTH
3342.
N.
3343,
N.
3344.
Long-Dirtanee
Morlng
lall-90t
WHERE
TO
EAT
REPUBLIC
CAFE
910-912
F
Street
N.
W.
Merchants
Lunch
S$t
11
a.
m.
to
2
p.
m.
jl
Dinner
5
p.
m.
to
i-ftt
8
p
m
2
45c
to
70c
'
OPEN
SUNDAYS
Franklin
7757
Chinese
and
American
Dishes
i
UNION
CAFE
il3th
and
N.
Y.
Ave.
N.
W.
JAMES
DE
ANGEL1S.
Prop.
A
LA
CARTE
SERVICE
-Club
Breakfast,
25c
to
75c
t
LUNCH.
60C.
DINNER.
7tc.
$
SUNDAY
DINNER.
12
to
2
2
BEST
FOOD
GOOD
SERVICE
f.
jeZl-90t
J
DANCING
IFOR
RENT
to
refined
private
parties,
not
over
15
couple:.
beautiful
ballroom:
latest
Amplco
music,
fine
floor,
refreshments
free.
110
per
night,
few
nights
open.
COSTELLO.
Chain
Bridge
Station.
Take
Cabin
John
Bridge
cars
one
fare
T
?
WANT
TO
DANCE"?
Prof.
Cain,
America's
foremost
Dancing
Master,
can
teach
ou
in
a
few
lessons
If
you
.can
be
taught
Teaching
exclusively
at
the
B1GHTWAY
SCHOOL
OF
DANCING,
1218
New
York
Ave.
Visit
the
Rlghtway
first
the
only
up-to-flats
Dancing
Academy
south
of
New
York-Private
lessons,
any
hour.
Zc.
First
visit
need
not
have
appointment.
Phone
Ft.
4.554.
4
CLOVERS,
C13
22d
Prlv.
lea.
any
time.
76c:
latest
methods
West
1129
Je2t-tf
RESORTS"
ATLANTIC
CITY'.
N.
J.
Beat
Loratfl
.
Pono'r-Prlrd
nrt1
Hotel
Netherlands
"ew
York
Are.,
50
yards
from
Boardwalk.
Capacity.
400
Elevator
private
baths;
running
water
In
bedrooms
FREE
FEATURESBATHING
PRIVILEGE
FROM
HOTEL.
Dance
floor.
June
rates.
Ameri-m
plan
(with
meals)?
to
S
dally:
15,
alj.50.
420.
$25
weekly.
AUGUST
BUH-WAP13U
rroprietor.
!
FOR
SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
WASH
STANDS
Three
oak;
window
screens;
reasonable
18
Iowa
Circle,
or
North
1691.
SEWING
MACHINE.
washMand,
toilet
et
oil
heater,
antique
mahogany
sideboard.
onyx
and
bras
table
and
lots
of
boys'
books,
reasonable
Cai)
North
50S6-W
3
STEAM
ENGINE
Model,
$5;
nearly
new.
533
Morton
st
N.
W..
near
(Ja
aye.
3
SEWING
MAtVIIINE;
Singer;
a
good
as
new,
$20.
New
Singer
machines
sold
at
$3
per
month:
also
machines
rented
at
fi
per
month.
HERRMANN
SEWING
MACHINE
EXCHANGE.
25
H
st.
N.
W.
Franklin
S428-J
5
CHAIR;
easy
rocking.
large,
real
leather.
in
good
condition,
also
pclished
ban
rack
With
mirror,
party
leaving
town.
63-
iveeier
pi
-n.
-
or
t-oiumoi-
i.-"
LACNCH
26-feet;
very
reasonable.
In
good
condition;
Phone
Franklin
6224.
WAISTS
Ladle'
sample;
georgettes
and
voiles;
latest
styles;
alt
colors:
prices
reasonable.
Mrs.
MARKS.
1616
Sth
st
N.
W
,Apt.l;
24.26.28.30.1.3.5
FANS
Four
4-blade
D.
C.
ceiling
fans;
as
good
as
new;
$30
each;50
Robbins
&
Myers
fan
blades.
Apply
at
once,
1405
14th
st.
X.
W.
5
TWO-TON
TRUCK
BODY
and
one-ton
coal
wagon
for
sale
SI
6
W
st.
N.
W.
!
RING
Diamond;
J050;
must
be
Been
to
be
appreciated
512
5th
at.
N.
W.
4
BABY
CARRIAGE
Reed;
reafconable.
Apply
1230
Delafleld
pi.
N
W.
2
INDIAN
Twin.
1917
model;
cheap.
F.
BONTZ.
Lincoln
63CS.
GEO.
1
BABY
CARRIAGE
Rare
bargain;
NO
Bloch
for
312.50.
Call
1209
30th
st.
N.W.
PUPPIES–Freneh
bull;
pedigreed;
from
famous
Gamin
strain.
1841
Monroe
st.
1
Auction
Sale
Last
Week.
All
This
Week
Starts
S
p
m.
Japanese
Hand
Painted
China.
Hand
Carved
Furniture.
Bilk
Kimonos,
etc.
F.
K.
ELLIS.
Auctioneer.
12C5
Pa.
are.
nw.
ap!6-90t
GAS
RANGES
repaired
and
rebuilt.
CLYDE
U
BOWERS.
Main
7094.
1207
H.
st
N.
W.
ap30-90t
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
PLATER
PIANO
88-note
upright
pUno.
a
big
bargain
for
quick
sale.
J89
cash.
Ap-
ply
227
Pennsylvania
ave.
S.
E.
UPRIGHT
PIANO
Almost
new;
low
price;
Liberty
bonds
accepted
2114
Kearny
at.
N
E.
?
GUITAR
Maurer;
almost
new;
a
bargain.
r'nlnmhla
119i
1
PLAYER-PIANO
SS-note;
mahogany
case;
supply
of
music
rolls
and
bench.
.125:
terms
to
responsible
party.
Applf
T27
Pennsylvania
ave.
s.
a
FOR
SALE
FURNITURE
HIGH-CLASS
OFFICE
FURNITURE,
including
mahogany
flat-top
and
roll-top
desks,
covered
with-
plate
glass:
vertical
filer
and
chairs
and
wardrobe
In
quartered
oak,
bookcases
and
vertical
files:
1
fine
Wilton
velvet
dark
green
rug,
9×12
feet;
in
new
condition:
also
1
Royal
Typewriter.
Suite
301.
Evening
Star
Bldg.
Phone
Franklin
2576
1
FURNITURE
On
oak
drewer
and
chiffonier.
Apply
manager,
THE
KEDRICK,
1801
K
st.
N.
W.
1
FOR
SALE
310TORCYCLES
ONE
TWIN
EXCELSIOR
MOTORCYCLE
for
sale.
438
Ky.
ave.
S
E..
bargain.
3
INDIAN
Twin,
3
speed;
Al"condltlon;
.
1150.
6
30
to
7
p
m
,
812
6th
st.
N.
W.
EXCELSIOR
and
side
car.
191D.
In
Al
condition:
extra
tire
and
side
car
cover.
Call
after
5:30.
1477
Newton
st..
Apart.
48.
4
HORSES
AND
VEHICLES
BLACK
MARE,
saddle
or
work;
bound
and
gentle.
1125
or
will
trade
in
on
Ford
roadster
COSTELLO.
Chain
Bridge
Sta.
Take
Cabin
John
cars.
3
I
PAIR
of
good
sound
young
horse.
1
ice
wagon
and
harness
for
sale.
Apply
1254
21st
st.
N
W.
2
FIVE
HORSES
and
mares.
S
surreys:
sold
for
the
want
of
use.
Rear
of
468
Pa.
ave.
N.
W.
?
LARGEST
assortment
of
single
and
double
harness;
riding
saddles;
bridles;
robes
and
blankets,
new
arid
second
hand.
COGSWELL'S,
320
11th
st.
N.
W..
at
C.
Ph.
Franklin
2299.
fe6-90t
WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS
METAL
CONTAINER
f
gasoline:
capacity
about
50
gallons.
Address
Room
47.
.Warder
Bldg.
1
HAE
YOU
2ND
HAND
FURNITURE?
We
have
the
price
you
ask
let's
get
together.
SHERMAN'S,
1015
N.
T.
ave.
N.
W.
1143
7th
st.
N.
W
Main
3EJ9.
North
3422.
EPOT
CASH
for
used
upright
pianos.
IL
L.
SMITH.
331
11th
at.
N.
W.
JS-tf
WANTED
Furniture
for
cash.
Sell
your
goeds
to
the
man
who
gives
the
most
money.
See
HOPWOOD,
8tB
and
K.
WILL
CALL,
city
or
sub.;
pay
highest
eaah
prices
for
ladles',
men's
and
children's
worn
clothing,
shoes:
send
postal
or
phon
J.
TARSHES.
1308
7th
nw.;
phone
Nortb
1.
mhJO-tf
FURNITURE
Wanted
for
a
6-room
house.
Phone
Main
3412.
C12
Louisiana
ive.
N.
W.
Je28-tf
WASHING
Wet
wash
laundry,
family
of
five.
31
00.
Why
worry
with
servants.
Phone
Lincoln
2459.
PEERLESS
LAUNDRY
CO.
1
TXT
A
VfTWrj
Feather
Beds.
Antique
V.OJ.
SUXJ
ana
Modern
Furniture.
Best
prices
paid
Square
Deal
Furniture
Co..
E01
Eye
st.
N.
W.
Phone
Main
E636.
mh'2-SOt
HOUSEHOLD
goods.
Including
turnrure.
carpets,
planes,
etc;
must
get
enough
for
fourteen-room
house,
at
once.
Call
Frank.
8C62.
t-tf-SBt
WE
PAY
CASH
FOR
DIAMONDS
AND
JEWELRY
Of
every
description,
and
no
quantity
toe
small
or
too
latve.
17
District
Bank
bldg.
my!2tt
WE'LL
GIVE
CASH
FOR
YOUR
Pianos
and
Talking
Machines
Ellis
&
Arnold.
1323
G
st.
Main
9914.
WANTED
Furniture,
pianos,
carpets,
ete.
Phone
M.
1282
for
wagon,
or
have
us
calL
"WESCHLER'S."
930
Pa.
ave.
N.
W.
OLD
GOLD
AND
SILVER.
I
nRFN7
JEWELRY
CO..
M.
S52.
LURCll
t,j
jyc
508
Sth
st.
n.
w.
GOLD.
SILVER
EU
IO
r,,.
iti;
GOLD.
SILVER
I-LATINUM.
JEWELRY
uiAmvjiMja
CLAIRVOYANTS
Licensed
by
the
DUtrtct
of
Columbia.
madamTenore
"
Gifted
clairvoyant
and
medium,
can
b
consulted
on
all
affairs
of
life
Where
others
fail,
she
succeeds.
Her
advice
Is
good,
try
her.
No
guess
work
or
questions
asked;
what
ahe
sees
and
tells
comes
true.
Satisfaction
guaranteed
Office
721
11
tb
St.
N.
W..
two
doors
north
of
Palais
Royal
store.
Hours.
11
a.
m.
to
8
p.
m.
1
MISS
LA
POINTS,
Spiritual
Adviser
with
the
iate
Indian
psychic.
1011
8th
st
nw.
6
MADAME
ZELLA
Genuine
Egyptian
Scientific
Palmist,
reads
your
entire
life,
past,
present
and
future;
satisfaction
guaranteed.
Readings,
31.
613
7th
st.
N.
W.
3
PROF.
BELMONT
Noted
clairvoyant
and
palmist.
Olvee
advice
on
business
matters,
love,
health,
and
family
affairs.
Tells
name
of
your
future
husband
or
wife,
tells
If
one
you
love
is
trua
or
false.
What
part
of
ths
country
la
luckiest
to
you.
What
to
do
to
be
successful
In
life.
1216
N.
Y.
ave.
N.
W.
Next
door
to
Masonic
Tempi.
Readings.
Jl
i
MADAME
EPPY,
Genuine
Egyptian
Palmist.
Reads
past,
present
and
future.
Satisfaction
guaranteed.
924
Pa.
ave.
N
W
S
MADAM
D'ASHMAN,
Gypsy
Clairvoyant
And
card
reader,
ad
i
Ice
given
on
business,
marriage
and
divorce,
this
woman
has
read
for
rnuy
people
In
many
countries.
.
Her
MBfctlons
are
CLAIRVOYANTS
Ztcetwed
by
the
District
of
Columbia.
PREDICTIONS
THAT
CAME
TRUE
PUBLISHED
OCTOBER
14th.
1517.
IN
THE
WASHINGTON
TIMES
FOUR
MONTHS
BEFORE
ANY
OTHER
MEDIUM
ATTEMPTED
A
PREDICTION.
A
PREDICTION
BY
MME.
CARLETTA
FAMED
1MPRESSIONAL
CLAIRVOYANT.
CARD
READER
AND
SCIENTIFIC
PALMIST
Made
the
following
prediction
in
one
of
her
readings
on
Thursday,
October
11th.
regarding
the
outcome
of
the
war.
"THAT
THE
WAR
CLOUDS
WILL
BEGIN
TO
LIFT
ABOUT
JULY.
ISIS.
AND
THAT
BY
JULY.
1919.
THE
FIGHTING
WILL
BE
PRACTICALLY
OVER.
BELGIUM.
FRANCE.
AND
OTHER
COUNTRIES.
BEGIN
REHABILITATING
AND
ALL
ENTER
"ON
AN
ERA
OF
WORLDS
PEACE."
CARLETTA
has
read
more
celebrated
people
than
any
other
ilairvojant
and
her
advice
is
considered
reliable
and
grea.lv
beneficial
on
all
subjects.
She
asks
no
questions,
but
Immediately
tells
you
of
your
troubles
and
how
to
permanently
i.i-ercome.
them.
Sees
every
one.
none
slighted.
1123
14th
St.
N.
W.
MADAME
VICTORIA.
EGYPTIAN
PALMIST
AND
MEDIUM.
Can
tell
you
anything
you
wish
to
know
or
find
out
in
business,
health,
and
family
affairs,
tells
you
the
name
of
the
lady
or
gentleman
you
will
marry
and
when
you
will
marry.
Have
you
found
'he
one
you
hav
bestowed
your
affection
upon
acting
col
or
distant
toward
you?
She
can
tell
you
If
the
one
you
love
Is
true
or
false
and
tell
you
how
to
win
and
hold
the
one
of
your
choice;
tells
you
what
business
and
what
part
of
the
world
is
most
lucky
for
you
and
advises
you
how
to
gain
and
hold
a
good
position;
she
brings
the
separated
together;
makes
happiness
between
man
and
wife.
The
Madam
can
tell
you
if
anybody
has
put
bad
luck
or
evil
Influence
on
you
and
she
can
tell
you
how
to
take
it
off.
The
Madam
can
Jell
you
the
causa
of
your
troubles
and
how
to
avoid
them.
Can
advise
you
In
divorce
cases,
when
to
speculate
and
where
to
iocaU
This
lady
does
not
tell
to
please
you.
but
gives
only
truthful
advice
you
can
drpend
on.
Satisfaction
guaranteed
or
no
charge.
Readings.
II.
529
7th
st.
N.
W.
3
PROF.
ARTHAX
Noted
Spiritualist
Medium
holds
message
sceance
this
Tuesday
evening
at
8
oclock.
in
Society
Hall.
509
G
st.
N.
W.
He
will
answer
folded
questions,
gives
readings
dally
on
all
affairs
of
life.
Best
adviser.
See
him.
you
will
make
nq
mistake.
!
50c
CASTILLO
$1.00
POPULAR
Scientific
Palmist
and
Adviser.
Reliable
readings,
tells
all
you
wish
to
know:
reunites
the
separated,
causes
speedy
marriage,
helps
you
In
all
love
and
business
affairs,
removes
all
troubles.
I
guarantee
to
help
you.
located
permanently
in
my
own
home.
Chain
Bridge
Sta..
take
Cabin
John
cars.
One
car
fare.
See
me
at
once.
I
can
tielp
you.
7
MADAME
ALLEN,
PALMIST
AND
CLAIRVOYANT
812
F
STREET
N.
W.
Guarantees
to
read
your
entire
life,
past,
present
and
future;
gives
true
advice
on
business.
loe.
health
and
family
affairs;
tells
the
name
of
your
future
husband
or
wife:
and
what
to
do
to
be
successful
in
life:
one
visit
will
pay
you
for
your-
many
disappointments
In
others;
she
will
remove
all
obstacles
and
tell
you
how
to
win
and
hold
the
one
you
desire;
she
gives
advice
on
all
important
affairs
of
life;
readings
31.00;
no
one
In
trouble
turned
away,
money
or
no
money.
Hours
9
a.
m.
to
9
p.
m
7
MRS.
R.
LUSBY,
Scientific
palmistry
Impressional
Life
Readings.
East
India
Crystal.
Fee.
31
and
2.
Positively
ladles
only.
Closes
10
p.
m.
Closed
Sundays.
1019
11th
st.
N.
W.
.
1.2.4.5.6
DEBORAH
(Original).
Peer
of
all
palmists
and
mediums:
card
readings.
20
years
in
this
city
at
611
L
st.
N.
W.
7
MRS.
JEANET1
PALMIST.
CLAIRVOYANT
Guarantees
to
read
your
entire
life,
past,
present
and
future
She
asks
no
questions,
but
before
you
utter
a
word
she
tells
what
you
called
for.
names
of
friends,
enemies:
tells
how
to
gain
success
In
business,
health,
courtship,
marriage,
divorce,
tells
you
what
part
of
the
world
will
be
successful
for
you:
advises
how
to
gain
and
hold
a
good
poslt.on,
she
tells
if
the
on
you
love
is
true
or
false.
Are
you
in
trouble?
Do
you
find
the
one
you
havs
bestowed
your
trust
and
affection
upon
acting
cool
and
indifferent
toward
you
7
She
will
remove
all
obstacles
and
telt
you
how
to
win
nnd
hold
the
one
you
desire
Shb
reunites
the
separated,
locates
absent
friends
or
relatives.
Readings
11.00.
309
SEVENTH
ST.
N.
W.
Private
Parlors.
Closed
Sundays.
IF
YOU
ARE
SKEPTICAL
OR
DOUBTFUL
AS
TO
WHAT
A
GENUINE
PSYCHIC
MEDIUM
CAN
DO
CONSULT
MARTHA
SPENCER
Studio,
924
14th
St.
N.
W.
It
may
be
of
vital
Interest
for
you
to
know
the
outcome
of
your
present
distress.
The
happiness
of
your
future
lif
may
depend
upon
the
right
solution
and
proper
advice
Rmmbfr.
your
prospects
of
today
may
be
your
fortune
of
tomorrow
if
rightly
handled
WITHOUT
ASKING
A
QUESTION
8HE
WILL
TELL
YOU
THE
OBJECT
OF
YOUR
CALL.
GIVING
NAMES
OF
FRIENDS.
RELATIVES.
AND
ACTCAL
FACTS
CONCERNING
YOUR
LIFE
AND
CIRCUMSTANCES
WHICH
YOU
KNOW
TO
BE
ABSOLUTELY
TRUE.
The
Madame
will
refuse
'to
accept
any
fee
unless
she
gives
the
utmost
satisfaction.
Immediately
benefited
and
permanently
helped
by
consulting
her
at
once
Hours.
10
to
8
p.
m
2
MADAME
PARKER
Gifted
Palmist
and
Clairvoyant,
gives
advice
on
all
affairs.
She
asks
no
questions
but
tells
you
what
you
want
to
know.
tou
will
be
wiser
and
happier
after
seeing
her.
Satisfaction
or
no
charge.
Readings.
$1.
Hours,
10
a.
m.
to
8
p
m.
1211
E
st.
N.
W
.bet
12th
and
13th
!
PALMIST!
MADAME
STANLEY,
ROYAL
GYPSY
PALMIST.
Reads
your
hand
like
an
open
book.
Satisfaction
guaranteed.
Give
her
a
call.
1311
H
st.
N.
E.
3
Palmistry
Is
a
recognized
science
and
RIZPAH
ELDON
Is
known
as
one
of
the
greatest
exponents.
Hundreds
visit
this
remarkable
woman
dally;
complete
readings
with
accural
descriptions
of
what
your
hand
foretells
only
31.
Reception
parlor
n.
e.
corner
of
6th
and
G
N.
W.
Entrance
6th
at.
Hours,
10
a.
m.
to
8
p.
m.
!
MADAME
KASKO
Scientific
Egyptian
Palmist
Tells
past,
present
and
future.
Satisfaction
guaranteed
622
Fifth
st
N
W.
!
SCIENTIFIC
ASTROLOGY
1RANK
THEODORE
ALLEN
DIRECTOR,
Astrological
Ilescirrh
society,
private
readings,
by
appointment
only,
(2;
typewritten
forecasts,
by
mall,
35
up.
Expert
vocational
adviser.
115
E
N.
W.
Phsua
Franklin
6822
8
AUTOS
FOR
HIRE
BELMONT
TAXI
SERVICE;
anywhere,
any
time;
special
rates
for
touring.
Call
Main
118.
Jel2-t0t
TOURING
and
out-of-town
trips
a
specialty.
Franklla
60.
1004
Pa.
ave.
j15-99t
WEST
2261
.
Five
and
7-passenger
cars,
by
the
hear
or
trip.
Reasonable
rates.
Country
trips
a
specialty.
Day
and
night
service.
"THE
KEY
TAXI
SERVICE.-
Je(-f0t
FOR
NEW
TAXICABS
and
7-passenger
touring
cars
call
Main
7000.
fe30-tf
TAXICABS
PHONE
WEST
84
((e
Ten
blocks.
7ic
Any
distance
In
city
proper.
Shopping
an4
touring,
per
hour,
J2.fl.
-paTciiser
tourifiE
tir
pvr
ttov.
Ui-Sfl
AUlt
IflUl
FOR
SALE
AUTOMOBILES
I
THE
TIMES
Used
Car
Service
Bureau
WHAT
WE
WILL
DO
FOR
YOU
Find
the
used
car
you
want
to
buy.
Fin
a
buyer,
for
the
car
you
wish
to
selL
OUR
INFORMATION
DEPARTMENT
IS
AT
YOUR
SERVICE
FREE
Do
you
wish
to
know
the
year
the
used
or"
new
car
you
think
of
buying
was
manufactured?
If
so,
just
phone
Main
5260,
ask
for
used
car
depart
ment,
gWs
number
and
r
model
of
car,
and
date
and
selling
price
will
be
immediately
-
given
you.
PHONE
YOUR
WANTS
TO
USED
CAR
SERVICE
BUREAU,
MAIN
5260.
ASK
FOR
MISS
REID.
BROOKS
touring,
five-passeager:
electric
lights
and
starter:
small-site
tires:
fur
cash
8250.
62
H
st.
N.
B.
Frank.
3883.
7
BCICK
Ught
six,
only
ran
7.000
miles:
looks
good
as
new:
first
reasonable
offer
gets
a
bargain.
62
H
st.
N.
E.
Frank.
3383
BCICK
1918
Llght-SU
Tourls;;
splendid
condition;
8925.
2045
Park
rd.
N.
W.
Col.
872.
I
BUICK
AND
KISSEL
Roadsters:
Dort
and
Maxwell,
touring:
Bulck,
louring.
Rear
1414
V
st.
N.
W.
j
7
BUICK,
1918.
E-49,
T-paaaenjrer:
excellent
condition.
31.175.
Bulck
Roadster,
light
six;
early
1918:
excellent
condition,
3950.
ROBERT
HER80N.
110-112
4K
st.
S.
W.
Frank
2346.
7
I2CICK
Touring
car;
in
good
condition;
3250.
Apply
PEERLESS
LAUNDRY,
rear
917
12th
st.
N.
E.
Line.
2459.
Mr.
Mc-
GEHEE.
(Reg.
8140.)
3
BUICK
light
six
touring.
D-45:
perfect
condition.
41
Qulncy
pi.
N.
E.
-before
9
p
m..
and
Line
1360.
Br
100.
before
4
p.
m.
Reg.
8025.)
S
Consult
Bortnick
&
"Willicher,
Motor
Car
Diagnosticians,
before
having
any
repairs
done
to
your
car.
We
do
carbon
burning
while
you
wait.
Acetylene
welding,
carbureters
adjusted
and
magnetos;
work
Is
done
by
expert
mechanics;
all
work
guaranteed.
1341
W
St.
N.
W.,
North
2366
Je25-90t
CADILLAC
WAGON
Good
condition.
HALL'S
GARAGE.
15th
and
E
sts.
N.
W.
S
CHEVROLET,
1918.
touring:
very
xaad
condition,
mechanically
perfect:
paint,
tires,
upholstery
fine.
DEWEY
BROS.'
GARAGE,
rear
413
3d
st.
N.
E.
(Reg.
auji.i,
7
COLE
8
seren-passenger
touring
car;
late
model:
in
perfect
condition;
five
gpo.i
tires,
wrll
eoulpped.
Apply
WARDMAN
PARK
HOTEL.
Apt.
366
M.
Reg.
802.)
CROW-ELKHARD
1919;
brand
new:
equipped
with
5
cord
tires:
4
extra
Firestone
tires,
this
is
a
good
buy
Franklin
1781.
14th
and
M
sts.
N.
W.
(Reg.
8027.)
7
I
HAVE
a
number
of
ears
left
to
be
Hold
by
officers
leaving
the
service;
thy
are
priced
.lower
than
the
ordinary
used
car
on
account
of
the
necessity
for
a
quick
sale
Call
or
phone
DEE
CEE
GARAGE.
rar
,C7?
t-L
-
V?
TT-
.
mm.

v
n.
i-.
rr
jyi-3UI
DODGE
louring,
1917:
good
running
order,
will
tell
cheap
to
first
buyer.
2
H
st.
N.
E.
Frank.
3383
7
DODGE
touring.
1917,
been
driven
7.000
miles
Brand
new
tires,
in
A-l
condition,
1700
00.
1017
4-
st.
S.
W
6
FOR
SALE
Dodge
roadster:
good
condl-.
wuu.
una
uccn
urica
7,uuu
miles;
extra
tire.
Phone
Line.
4367.
(Reg.
8197.)
2
FORD
TOURING,
1918,
good
condition
;
bargain
for
quick
buyer.
Call
for
MR.
WAGNER,
Sharp
&
Francis,
rear
1310
Eve
st.
N.
W.
1
FORD,
late
1817:
only
run
5,200
miles,
rail
36?9
New
Hampshire
ave.
!
FORD
TOI'IUM..
1917:
new
top.
new
slip
rovers,
newly
painted.
1911
TOURING,
excell-nt
condition
1916
ROADSTER:
excellent
condition.
OVERLAND
TOURING.
1914,
1150.
FOKD
DELIVERY,
lSlb.
3250.
ROBERT
HERSON
110-112
44
St.
S.
W.
Frank.
2346.
1
FORD
Touring.
1916:
excellent
running
condition,
five
new
tires,
J310.
Columbia
6747;
j
FORD
1918.
In
excellent
condition;
new
tlre.
1425.
1424
33rd
st
N.
W.
3
FORD
CAR
for
sale.
Call
941
Virginia
ave
s.
W..
or
phone
Franklin
1006.
after
6
p.
m
2
FORD
Touring
Body.
SIS.
REDDKN
TRUCK
CO..
1523-25
7lh
St.
N
W
North
6886.
t
"
FORD
OWXKBS-If
yon
thought
you
could
ride
three
months
for
nothing
by
using
Hassler
Shock
Absorbers,
would
you
do
It?
See
us
and
we
will
make
thla
possible
TROV
BROS.
124
4th
st
N
W
E.
W.
WHITE.
215
P.
ave.
S.
E.
Je24-30t
FORD
Taurine.
1917:
rnni
fw1
.
..
136
cash
62
H
st.
N.
E.
Frank.
3J83.'
3
FORD
Touring:
like
new;
over
$100
extras,
3450
rash,
owner
leaving.
WE8T
GARAGE,
rear
2916
Nichols.
tReg.
.)
3
FORD
Tonrlnr
-
11IT.
.
i-
roadster.
1918.
3400.
1218
North
Capitol
I
b.
A…
Ji
7
FORD
ELECTRIC
STARTER
and
LIGHTING
SYSTEM.
The
Disco
Is
guaranteed
to
start
the
most
obstinate
Ford
In
town.
HINEB
AUTO
SUPPLY
CO..
120
D
iL
A
W.
Franklin
2(24.
ray3-tf
HUDSON
SUPER
SIX,
1918,
first-class
condition.
Call
for
AIR.
WAGNER,
Sharp
&
Francis,
rear
1310
Eve
st.
N.
AY.
'
HUDSON.
1917.
7-pasaenger:
splendid
mechanical
condition,
good
tire."
and
paint.
OAKLAND
AGENCY,
1022
Conn.
ave.
N.
W
1
NATIONAL
AUTO
REI'.UR
AND
SUPPLY
CO,
1418
North
Capitol
st
.
North
&77K
101
K
f.lfrli
Tnn.lni.
i
'.
..
…I-..
i
wheels,
electrir
lights
and
starter.
$325.
i9ii
anu
laio
uverisna.
good
running
order.
3225.
Expert
auto
machinists
and
welders
JeJl-80t
OVERLAND,
1017
touring;
perfect
condition,
new
tires,
recently
overhauled:
a
bargain
for
discriminating
purchaser.
107
6th
st.
N.
E.
!
A
Car
To
Suit
Your
Term
MAXWELL
TOURING.
PALMER-SINGER.
5-passenger.
PACKARD.
7-passenger
touring.
TWO
OVERLAND
Roadsters.
OVERLAND
Club
"4"
Roadster.
OVERLAND
6-Passenger
Touring.
HUDSON
"SlxForty."
Many
Other
Touring
Cars.
WASHINGTON
MOTOR
EXCHANGE,
2024
14th
st.
N.
W.
Ph.
North
4738.
mh!4-0t
BARGAIN
for
discriminating
purchasers;
two
Packard
Twin-Six
limousines;
newly
painted
and
in
perfect
condition.
See
at
Wardman
Park
Garage,
or
phone
North
3131
for
demonstration.
1
FOR
SALE
AUTOMOBILES.
PAIGE
touring
car,
1916;
will
demonstrate.
Lincoln
6335.
3
PAIGE
7-passenger
touring:
good
condition:
cheap
for
cash;
can
be
seen
at
1418
E
at."
N.
w.
r
ROADSTER,
first
class
condition,
standard
make,
electric
lights
and
starter,
extras.
Bargain
fur
cash;
1650.00.
705
12th
st.
N.
W.
1
Come
to
the
Largest
Used
Auto
Dealers
in
the
World,
THE
ROMAN
AUTO
CO.,
203
North
Broad
at.,
Philadelphia.
Pa.
1.000
cars
to
select
from
1918,
1917.
1916
models.
In
all
makes.
1250
up.
Catalogue
free
on
request.
Jyl-tn.th.Sn-14t
SECOND
HAND
TOURING
CARS
IN
GOOD
RUNNING
ORDER,
1100
UP.
CHALMERS
TOURING.
RAMBLER
TOURING.
CADILLAC
TOURING.
ALLAN
TOURING,
Self
Starter
and
Electric
Lights.
STUDEBAKER
DELIVERT;
Self
Starter
and
Electric
Lights.
THESE
CAR8
MUST
BE
SOLD
AT
ONCE.
62
H
St.
N.
E.
F.
3383.
7
STEARN6-RNIGHT
roadster:
in
excellent
condition;
bargain.
LIBERTY
C.Vtt
SALES
CO..
1212
'E
st.
N.
W.
3
STUDEBAKER
Late
1017;
7-paas.
touring
car;
new
top
and
tires;
In
perfect
condition;
bargain
for
quick
sale.
320
12th
st.
8.
E.
(Reg.
8029.)
7
STUDEBAKER
roadster
18;
excellent
condition;
run
8.000
miles;
3750.
W.
S.
BENEDICT.
1616
Eye
st.
N.
W.
Main
7717.
(Reg.
8029.)
,
STUDEBAKER
TOURING
Tn
pink
of
condition:
recently
repainted
and
Overhauled;
3700.
DEE
CEE
OARAGE,
Rear
1635
O
st.
N.
W..
Frank.
3315.
6
STUDEBAKER
roadster;
A-l
condl
tine,
3400;
can
be
seen
between
11
and
1.
814
E
St.
8.
E.
TOURING
CAB
Fire-passenger
;
good
condition:
electric
lights
and
starter:
reasonable
2624
11th
at.
N.
W.
(Reg.
j
mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
STUDEBAKER
7-paat.,
1917;
by
owner;
goad
order;
mtchanlcally
perfect;
terms
or
cash,
1600.
BOX
71,
Times
office.
(Rtg.
3195.)
2
BEFORE
going
elsewhere
see
us.
We
buy
and
sell
cars
in
any
"condition:
also
w
carry
tn
stock
parts,
magnetos
and
tires
for
nearly
all
makes
of
cars.
Write
or
phone
and
will
call.
ROBERT
HERSON.
110-112
AM
st.
S.
W.
Frank.
2346.
SAXON
runabout;
electric
lights,
starter;
fair
condition.
Rear
812
9th
st.
N.
W.
(Rtg.
8030.)
2
SAXON
SIX
Chummy
Rroadster,
1018
model;
good
condition;
complete
set
of
tools;
spare
tire.
MR.
BRANDT.
Main
4510.
Br.
63,
or
Col.
4661-J
aftr
5:30
p.
m.
(Reg.
83,01),
.
"
4
TRUCK
ONE-TON
PANEL,
USED
THREE
MONTHS,
IN
-
r-.UT
isnAr-E;
COST
$1,500;
WILL
SELL
FOR
$500.
MUST
SELL
TO
CLOSE
ESTATE.
CAN
.rn.rn.rn
'.U
.Ml)lN
S'l
RATED
AT
REDDEN
TRUCK
CO.,
1523-1525
7th
St.
N.
W.
.
North
6886.
3
WHITE
Chassis,
1910,
Hood
tires
all
round.
Ford
touring,
3300.
Overland.
1913.
perfect
mechanical
condition;
will
sacnhi-c.
Saxon.
speedster."t22$.
Ford
sedan.
1918.
new
tires
all
round,
good
paint,
perfect
mechanical
condition,
8525.
Ford
touring,
electric
lights
and
starter,
new
iu.-
al.
round;
1400.
UNION
STATION
GARAGE,
61
Eye
st.
N.
E.
(Reg.
8024
)
6
GOING
out
of
business,
have
four
H-ton
trucks;
excellent
condition;
tires
good;
1350
each.
Call'
Mr.
BROWN.
Ncrth
710L
j12-39t
SAFEST
USED
CAS
MARKET
IN
CITT.
WE
HAVE
SEVERAL
"GOOD
BUT8"
LISTED
ALL
READY
FOR
DEMONSTRA.
I
TION.
na
morouguiy
evernaui
ana
repair
avery
ear
before
placing
on
sale.
Harper-Overland
Co.,
Inc..
405
H
st
N.W.
Franklin
4307
feU-tf
"PACE
for
few
mere
cars;
repairing,
gas,
oils;
carbon
cleaned;
overhauling
a
specialty:
also
used
cars
bought
and
sold:
special
prices
on
reboring
cylinders.
DIXIE
OARAGE.
13(1
C
St.
S.
E.
Line
5710.
mat-tit
o
iy
STEARNS-KNIGHT
&
DAVIS
Cars
Before
Purchasing.
OEO.
C.
RICE
AUTO
CO..
1317-27
H
at.
nw.
ap2-90t
TOUR
engine
troubles
explained
;
get
Dyke's
Auto
encyclo.
Pearlman's.
931
O
st.
nw.
Ja21-tf
THE
CAR
YOU
WANT
may
not
be
advertised
here
today.
The
aurest.
quickest
way
Is
to
tell
in
a
Times
Want
Ad
the
kind
of
a
car
you
want.
The
ad
will
run
under
Antos
Wanted.
Phone
the
ad.
Main
52(0
Bill
will
be
sent.
WANTED.
FORD.
Chevrolet
or
Dodge
Sedan:
quick:
cash
deal
if
suited.
Telephone
Main
7807.
3
DODGE
TOURING
or
roadster
body.
HALL'S
GARAGE.
15th
and
E
sts.
N.
W.
5
WANTED
FROM
OWNER
Good
looking
car,
in
good
condition,
not
Ford;
about
1350.
BOX
A-347.
Washington
Times.
!
IF
YOU
HAVE
A
CAB
for
sale
I
can
dispose
of
it
for
you.
Call
MR.
MASSEY.
West
1(98.
s
i
FORD
TOURING
In
good
running
condition.
413
Florida
ave.
N.
W.
Call
every
day
after
5
o'clock.
1
PAINTING
ANll
REPAIRING
CONGRESSIONAL
GARAGE
HAVE
YOUR
CTI.INDERS
RE-GROUND
AND
OVERSIZE
PISTONS.
ALL
KINDS
OF
MACHINE
WORK
628
PA.
AVE.
S.
E.
Je27-90.t
AUTO
RErAIRIKO.
Used
cars
for
sale
cheap;
-rbon
burning.
(0c
cylinder
PULLMAN
8ERVICB
STATION.
1341
R
st
North
6424.
J4-90t
AUTOMOBILE
REPAIRING
Strictly
first-class
work
done
by
experts.
Carbon
le-moved
while
you
wait.
J.
A.
WATERS.
1529
Kingman
at.
N.
W..
bet.
13th
and
14th
and
P
and
Q
sts.
Frank.
35(4.
mylO-SOt
AUTOMOBILES
painted
and
rcTamlahed;
attractive
prices.
CANTER.
2448
Ga.
ave
N
W
Main
1543
del-90t
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
SPORT
BODIES
How
wouM
you
like
to
have
your
Ford
look
like
a
real
speedster?
Our
new
sport
model
body
nlll
gne
jt
the
low.
-ak
ah
lines
of
a
real
classy
car,
at
a
low
cost.
Will
fit
any
Ford
chass
ROCKAWAY
STARTER
For
Fords
is
Inexpensive,
Ftmpl?.
il.-pcrul-able.
easily
installed
and
i.per.'ted.
docs
not
detract
from
appar.tnre
of
rw.
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
CO.,
Jobbers
of
"DEPENDABLE
ACCESSORIES'
IN
MARYLAND,
VIRGINIA
AND
n.
C.
MAIN
2037.
401-2-3
MUNSEV
RI.DG
FORD
SPECIALISTS
AUTOS
OVERHAULED
FOR
$15.00.
CARBON
BURNED
BT
OXTOEN
WHILE
YOU
WAIT.
FOR
30
CENT8
A
CYLINDER.
REAR
1S49
V
BT.
NORTH
S916-W.
Jel!-0t
New
Battery
For
$3.00
AND
TOUR
OLD
FERMALIFE!
Costa
no
more
new
than
the
ordinary
battery
hut
lasts
twice
as
Ions
and
a
hew
one
whenever
you
need
It-i
Also
recharging-
and
repairing
on
all
make
batteries.
Deposits
not
required.
GENERAL
BATTERY
CO.,
Local
Agent
for
the
sVermallfe
Battery
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
All
TIRE
PRICES
CUT,
TO
PIECES.
Standard
Makes.
Guaranteed.
Fresh
Stock.
Laugh
at
Big
Prices
30×3,
plain
$9.75
I
30×3
y2,
plain..
.
..$13.25
30×3,
NON-SKID
:
.
.
.$13.65
32×3.,
non-skid..
$14.
25
32×4,'
non-skid..
$18.25
33×4,
non-skid..
$19.
75
We
carry
such
makes
as
Goodyear,
Goodrich,
Ohio,
Fisk,
Miller,
'United
States,
Mansfield,
Portage,
Diamond,
Dreadnaught
and
many
others.
Distributors
of
THERMOID
Handmade
Tires
6,000
Miles
Ford
Sizes
7,500
Miles
DIXIE
TIRE
COMPANY,
Wholesale
and
Retail.
1118
H
St.
N.
E.
Phone
Liqc.
5126
Don't
compaie
our
tires
with
inferior
goods
advertised
for
lower
prices.
1
AUTOMOBILE
REPAIRING
PORDS
FORDS
FORDS
-
We
will
completely
overhaul
Fords
for
$15,
cost
of
new
parts
excepted.
Carbon
removed
by
world's
greatest
process,
for
40c
a
cylinder,
while,
you
wait.
Tel'.
North
591
5-W,
rear
of
1349
V
St.
N.
W.
STERLING
MOTOR
CAR
CO.,
AUTOMOBILE
ACCESSORIES
FORCED
TO
BUY
A
Carload
of
Tires.
We
wish
automobile
owners
to
know
that
we
have
purchased
a
carload
of
tires
at
a
price
which
allows
us
to
place
them
on
sale
at
a
great
reduction.
GOODYEAR
DIAMOND
RACINE
MONTFORD
FIRESTONE
PENNSYLVANIA
VACUUM
CUPS
All
Guaranteed
4,000
to
6.000
Mlleas
Do
not
be
misled
by
printed
prices.
Come
in
and
get
our
verbal
offers.
Do
not
buy
until
you
talk
with
us.
We
Can
Save
You
20
Per
Cent
to
30
Per
Cent.
This
offer
is
made
by
ono
of
the
oldest
and
most
reliable
organizations
selling
tires
today.
COLUMBIA
AUTO
SUPPLY
CO.,
13th
and
H
Sts.
N.
W.
Franklin
26U3.
We
carry
a
complete
stock
of
auto
theft
locks.
GARAGES
WV
hnllrt
all
trlnrfx
nf
ranrn.
hrlrlr.
tll.
and
pebbiedash.
and
also
flat
emeat
j
work.
For
estimate
call
North
2411.
or
Write
RUILDERS
CONSTRUCTION
CO..
27
Rhode
Island
ave.
N.
W.
Jel3-tf
FOR
RENT.
GARAGE
for
rent:
fine
space.
Apply
at
once
919
3d
st
N.
W
2
GARAGE
Brick:
for
two
larxje
mar
nines;
and
two
garages
for
four
small
machines.
In
alleys
between
9th
and
10th
and
K
and
Eye
sts.
S.
E.
Apply
1002
Eye
st.
SE
1
GARAGE
grACE
for
few
more
cars,
$10
per
month
1341
W
st
N
W
North
3"S0.
BORTNICK
&
WILLICHER.
1
R.
W.
REA,
rear
121"
N.
Cap.
st.
N.
XT.,
storage
garage;
day
and
night
service
for
all
cars
I'hone
Frank.
93
Je20-90t
SPECIAL
NOTICES
THE
SHADE
SHOP
Brashes.
733
12th
St.
PHONE
MAIN
4174.
We
Make
the
Best
Window
Shades
at
Factory
Prices.
my31-tf
WANTED
BIDS
for
grading
highway
through
the
subdivision
Cheverly.
Tuxedo.
Md
Apply
Robert
Marshall,
pres.
Washington
Suburban
Realty
Co..
room
410
District
National
Bank
Building.
Washington.
D
C
Plione
Main
3717
21-tf
"EDUCATIONAL
NATIONAL
CITY
SCHOOL
734
Fifteenth
Street
Northwest
One-half
block
north
of
tho
Treasury
Day
and
night
sessions.
Shorthand
Typewriting
Penmanship
English
Spelling
Arithmetic
Shorthand
Dictation
Civil
Service
Individual
instruction
in
Shorthand
Short-time
courses
in
Touch
Typewriting
Special
classes
in
Penmanship
Individual
coaching
in
Arithmetic
Graded
Shorthand
Dictation
CUil
Service
Typewriting.
Summer
term
opening
June
30
and
July
7
Special
low
rate
of
tuition
tor
July.
August
and
September.
my9-tf
COMMERCIAL
Gregg
Shorthand,
$3.50
per
mo
Special
Dictation
Classes
summer
uaies
Y.
M.
0.
A.
1711
Q.
St.
N.
w.
Room
301
Je28-tf
PREPARATION
TOR
UNIVERSITY:
languages,
mathematics,
physic
chemistry,
all
Government
examinations'
moderate,
open
summer.
COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL.
907
lltb
st.
N.
W.
jsIl.s.S.m-JOt
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
34×4,
non-skid..
$20.00
34×4
y2,
non-skid..
$27.25
37×5,
non-skid..
$3
1.00
AUTOMOBILE
REPAIRING
AUTOMOBILE
REPAIRING
$1.00
Per
Hour..
MAGNETO
AND
GENERATOR
WORK.
E.
H.
BAUER
CO.,
Main
9188.
636
G
St.
N.W.
Je7-tu.th.sa-tf
EDUCATIONAL
j
Make
Your
Son
and
j
I
Daughter
INDEPENDENT
frivlp;r
them
a
business
course
in
"
TIT
1
P
i
Wood's
Commercial
School
1
H
311
East
Capitol
Street
1
Complete
course
until
proficl-
S
ont
and
a
position
is
secured,
fi
g
330.00
Accept
this
preposition
S
-
and
we
both
win:
reject
it
an.
B
we
both
lose.
Remember
this
B
-
H
not
a
new
school:
this
is
our
34th
yar.
Telephone.
Lin.
3S.
j
COURT
F.
WOOD.
Proprietor,
i
10
H
Summer
School
Special
classes
in
Shorthand,
Typerrrltlnp,
Bookkeeping;
and
ether
commercial
branches
ire
now
forming
to
start
Monday,
July
7
DAY
AND
EVENING
SESSIONS
Thou
interested
nhonld
apply
at
once
for
registration.
Strayer's
Business
College
9th
and
F
SU.
N.
W.
Fully
accredited
by
the
Nn-tlnnnl
Association
of
Accredited
Commercial
Schools.
AND
THE
Washington
Business
and
Civil
Service
School
1317
New
York
Ave.
r.
J.
HAIUIAX,
Principal
Phone
Main
3430
and
Main
-130-1.
PHYSIO
THERAPY,
Zffa
eral
Hospital,
under
direction
of
Dr.
us-
!vV?we.'!-
'Sto,ckho,m-
Swelen.
formerly
at
Walter
Reed,
and
Atlantic
City
Sanatorium:
the
only
Physio
Therap-utlc
School
in
the
Fnifed
States.
Phone
F-"j!77
rniT
v1.
Tl.-E
WAER
TECHNICAL
ULfci;.fc"
wKeno,s
BIds
Utl
and
G
Jv.
W.
Washington.
D.
C.
3
ACCOUNTANCY
,;.-A.
Highest
paid
profession
taught
thoroughly
In
a
few
months
of
home
study
by
new
system,
under
the
guidance
of
IS
C
P.
A."s.
International
Accountants
Society,
Frank.
4039,
61S
Colorado
Bldg..
14th
&
G
je28-tf
FIRST
GRADE
Civil
Service
examinations
for
clerks
July
12th
and
19th.
1919.
tuition
for
entire
course
tor
hea
examinations.
15.
THE
CIVIL
SERVICE
PREPARATORY
SCHOOL.
S.
B.
cor.
12th
and
F
sta.
Phone
Franklin
2080.
fe7-U
Vacation
School
For
Boys
OPENS
MONDAY.
JUNE
30.
An
opportunity
to
maks
up
lost
grades
or
fortify
for
new
ones.
Gymnasium
and
Swimming
Facilities.
Fifth
to
Eighth
Grades.
Inclusive.
Also
EVENING
PREPARATORY
WORK.
Y
M
C
A
173S
G
st
N
w.
1.
it,
v.
n.
Ca
M
g25(J
l-my7-tf
HATIOHAL
SCHOOL
OF
SECRETARIES
1404
H
St.
N.
W.
(3d
Kir
jr).
fiPllCIAL
SPEED
DICTATION
WI".b.
For
Civil
Service,
5
to
7
p21.t
LAKE
SCHOOL
STENOGRAPH!
AND
TYPEWRITING,
"TIGER"
SUBMITS
.
PACT
TO
DEPUTIES
PARIS,
July
1.
In
presenting
tb
text
of
the
peace
treaty
to
the
chamber
of
deputies
Premier
Clefnenceiu
made
a
brief
speech.
In
which
he
recalled
the
French
national
-assembly
'
which
met
at
Bordeaux
In
1871.
and
added:
"We
make
peace
as
we
made
war.
without
weakness.
Internal
peace
is
a
necessity
for
external
peace."
The
cento
rand
right
cfieered
'tlje
-premier,
while
the
extreme
socjaliet
left
remained
silenL
After
depositing
the
treaty
and
the
convention
between
France
and
the
United
States'
and
between
France
and
Great
Britain
on
the
table
in
the
chamber,
If.
Clemenceau
said:
Salvation
Accomplished.
f-
"By
France
and
by
our
allies
ha
.
work
of
the
salvation
.of
the
world!
from
peril
Is
accomplished,
cm
the
single
condition
that
we
remain
at
our
posts
of
duty.
The
day
has
come
when
force
and
justice,
that
were
re-doubtably
separated,
must
be
rejoined
for
the
peace
of
peoples,
that
humanity
may
live.
That
peace
we
want
with
a
will
that
nothlngfshould
shale.
We
will
make
that
peace
as
we
made
war
without
weakness.
-
"Internal
peace
as
a
foundation
for
external
peace
requires
the
bringinjr
to
an
end
of
old
conflicts."
i
Mast
Reconcile
Factions.
ir.
Clemenceau
dwelt
at
length
on
the
necessity
of
reconciling
opposing-Int'erests
and
opinions,
referred
to
the
troubles
of
1871,
and
added:
"Too
long
have
He
dispersed
our
forces
in
political
and
social
conflicts.
France
is
erect,
alive
and,,
strong
in
Its
will
for
justice
as
in
the
military
virtues
of
Its
great
s6Idir?-Now,
every
.one
to
the
t,ask.
to
ac-o
complish
the
duties
of
tomorrow.
In-peace,
as
in
war,
social
union
remain
the
very
foundation
of
the
countrr
that
shall
not
have
saved
from
th?
barbarian
in-order
to
rend
it
.asunder
by
parricide'
'hands."
.
"
The
new'
council
of
four,
consisting,
of
Stephen
Pichon,
the
French
foreign
minister;
Robert
Lansing.
American
Secretary
of
State;
Arthur
J.
Balfour,
the
British
foreigm
secretary,
and
To-
masso
Tlttoni,
the
Italian
foreign
minister,
will
meet
tomorrow
afternoon
to
outline
the
method
of
prof
ccdure
of
the
peace
conference;
which
Is
likely
changes.
to
undergo
many
Pichon
Chairman.
3J.
Pichon
wll
be
chairman
of
the
council.
It
is
probable
that
a
body
similar
to
the
old
council
of.
ten.
will
be
constituted,
but
the
council
of
four
will
continue
the
work
of
direction.
The
missing
clauses
in
the
Austrian!
treaty
probably
will
bft
delivered
tot
the
Austrain
delegates
before
the
end?
of
the
week,
but
ltyseems
unlikely
that
the
treaty
can
be
signed
before
July
31
at
the
earliest.
In
spite
of
their
refusal
to
sign
thn
peace
treaty
Saturday,
the
Chinese
delegates
are
not
regarded
as
havjns
withdrawn
from
the
peace
conference'
and
will
continue
to
take
part
in-
the
proceedings.
The
delegation
at
present
is
awaiting
instructions
from
Peking.
If
the
Chinese
government
is
deposed
to-
sign,
it
is
said
in
conference.
.
circles,
it
Is
still
possible
for
its
delt-
gates
so
to
do.
.
LONDON.
July
1.
Premier
Hoy.d
Georse
received
a
rousing;
ovation'
when
he
appeared
in
the
House
4t
'
Commons.
The
premier
had
beefa
cheered
by
crowds
on
his
way
frcugr
Downing
street
to
the
house,
but
thf
reception
from
his
fellow
members
is
the
house
eclipsed
the
cheers
he
half
received
elsewhere
since
his
returff"
from
Paris.
'
A
great
majority
of
the
member'
.
arose
and
cheered
when
the
premior
entered
and
accompanied
their
cheert
,
ing
by
waving
newspapers.
For
a
moment
the
Liberal
and
opposition
Laborite
members
remained
in
thel
seats,
but
after
repeated
demand
from
the
other
members
they
arosf
and
joinrd
in
the
ovation,
which
concluded
with
the
singing
of
the
national
anthem,
in
which
all
the
members
and
spectators
in
the
galleries
joined
,
The
premier
announced
the
peace:
treaty
signed
with
Germany
would
Ue,
.
brought
before
the
House
of
Comianns
Thursday.
PRESlDENTURGES
FUME
SELF
RULE
ROME,
June
30.
A
dsipatch
from
Fiumc
quoted
the
Fiec.
a
semi-official
daily
published
at
Agram.
stating
that
before
leaving
Paris.
Presidpnt
"Wilson
submitted
to
Baron
Sonnino.
former
Italian
foreign
minister,
a
revised
solution
of
the
Fium
question,
whereby
Fiumc
would
become
an
independent
state.
Under
the
reported
arrangement,
the
new
state
would
comprise
Veglia-Island
and
th
-Volosca
district.
Th
Arza
river
would
mark
the
northern
bcuUer.
The
Vburb.
Sooak.
Pisino.
and
Pimcente
districts
would
not
be
included.
The
nevr
buffer
state
would
have.
a
population
of
30,000
Italians.
BLUSHING
LITTLE
2-CENT
STAMP
IS
BACK
TODAY
The
high
cost
of
living
took
a
tumble
today.
And
few
paid
any
attention
to
i
They
just
kept
on
talking
about
higo
prices
'neverything.
Yet
the
blushing
little
pink
2-ceni;
stamp
that
used
to
be
so
common
awl
then
became
so
rare,
came
into
it
own
today,
and
the
stern,
ugly,
war-measure
blue
3-cent
stamp,
beat
it
aa
a
domestic
letter
carrier,
and
the
little
old
1-center
that
used
to
carri
postal
cards,
but
couldn't
do
it
dur-
ing
the
war.
again
made
its
welcornfc
appearance.
"EDUCATIONAL
HALL-NOYES
SCHOOL
'
Day
and
night.
Graded
and
high
oeX
courses
complete,
under
ex-teacber
C.
H.
&
All
Clvi'
Ssntlco
preparatory
work
under
former
V
S.
examiner
Also
PrtTt
H
nna
AH
ares.
Catalogue
321
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St.-
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Phene,
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