The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on February 20, 1933 · 11
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CftmfktaUons Nos. t to 4T THE SUN, BALTIMORE, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20,-1933 EDUCATORS URGE SUUiAiLlFE STUDY JDeatljs (i) 220 Ask Roosevelt To Form Council To Save U. S. From "Disintegration" (Continued row Page 1) the needed moral and spiritual development. Budget Cutting "Rampafit" "Our free public education la all but openly attacked, Reckless budget cutting la rampant. "As teachers and school officials wo willingly accept our fair share of reduced Income, but wo. cannot content to economics made at the expense of the children. "Were our new resources properly organized there would be work and food for all. "The time has now come to make the fact of independence the foundation base of American thought and action. Need Of Council Cited "The urgency of the situation, mag nitude of the task, and necessity of continuous and inclusive study and consistent action point unmistakably to the need of a national council fully representative of our total social life. "Certain existing laws and agencies will doubtless have to be modified in order to permit the degree of co ordinated control necessary to make the new arrangements effective. "We believe, however, that deter mined leadership dominated by democratic ideals will quickly call forth a response in support of this positive program from the great mass of the people, many of whom have lost faith in temporizing measures and are now ready for definite action. Social ProgrestvSought "It is unthinkable that we should continue to drift into social disintegration when the intelligent organization of actual and potential resources could Introduce a new era of unprecedented social progress. "We respectfully petition you as the incoming President to take such steps In cooperation with the Congress, as shall at the earliest feasible time re cult in the organization of a national coordinating council empowered to de vise policies and to recommend appro prlate institutional machinery to care for these vital public problems." A brick qrave dees net keep cut water USE AN ASPHALT GRAVE VAULT WATERPROOF AIRTIGHT EVERLASTING PROTECTS THE CASKET FOR CENTURIES COSTS $100 Atk Your Funeral Director Funeral Directors Since 1799 Henry W. JENKINS & Sons Co. Complete Services At Moderate Cost Spacious Chapel and Parlors No Charge Orchard mnd MrCulloh Street) VERNON 3166-3167 Funeral Service Complete Fnneral SetTlce. at the price yon can afford. CHARLES E. FRANCE 802 Madison Ave. Vernon 1183 o WILLIAM COOK Oompltt nd Dlanlfiea Funerals t $7S. $100, $125, $130. eta Magnificent Funeral Horn St. Pnl & Preifoa Sir V.rnoo 6080-8O81 1 T Death notices received too late for classification will ie found on Page 2. JDeatfjs (i) AFFAYBOUX. On February 18, 1333, JOHN F., beloved husband o Mary C. Affayroux tnee McCarron). Funeral will tnke place from his lite residence. Ci'i North Collincton avenue, on Tuesday morning, Febru ary 21. at 7.30 A. M., tbeui-e to St. Andrew's Church, where a Requiem Hieh Mans will be offered for the re pose of his oul at 8 A. M. Interment in ew latnenrm lemeiery. ALBAUGH. On February 18. 1933. MARY WICKERT, beloved wife of Harry -. Aitimiili. or is Kitten house afreet. Chevy Chase. Washing ton. D. C. Funeral will be held Monday at 1 V. M. at the Bankert Funeral Tar lor. Westminster, JId. Interment at Westminster. VI IFpeU On February"8. 1933. COX RAP. aced R3 years, beloved husband Of Daisy Apn (nee Gibbons). Funeral services at his home. Oldham street, on Monday at 11 A. M. Interment In Oak Lawn Ceme tery. Sua BACHlER.-Oii February in, ins.1, MARY, ilaiiRliter or (lis lata Jacob ml t'athnrlii M. HadiliT. l'l Fuueral services at tli Bert ram V. Dure Funeral ilnuin, Charles anil Twenty -Hilnl l reels, nn Tuesday at 11 A. M. Interment In I .iimloii 1'ark. UA NNON.-OirivliFuYry I7,'jli:tn7at her home, WM HI, raul atreot, FKA!Cr. T ilauirlilor or tha Into Mluiiao! anil Kvallna Clark Kniinnn, Funeral from Win, J. Tlrkner ft Runs, North and I'l'iinaylvaala avenues, nn Monday at 0 A, M. Masa at Nt. Lawrence Catlinlle Clinrrli, .lessitp, Md., at 10 A, M. lntornieiil In Bt. Lawrence Cemetery, !W BAi;UIIMAN.-On Fohnary HI. J WW, at hia home, 1707 Sulitravn ayenuo, Mount Washington, CHARI.KH I... beloved HiikiiiiiiU nt Kiln M. riniiRntnan. Funeral seryleea at II I home Mon day, February at 'i V. M. Inlermont In I.nrralnn t'emetery. '."Ow fTTil'KTo'lt. flii Fbruarv 111. lll.'IS. TI1KODORM ,T bolnveil hiinlianil or MHiftrle Ilecknr (nin Fulk). Funeral from his home, I'M John' eon street, on Weilnesdnv at 8.30 A, M Requiem Hieh Mass at St. Mary's Sisr nf the Kea Church nt II A, M, 111 torment In Holy Cross Cemetery. !K HtCDFORO. On the eviiilnir of Feb ruarv IS. 1 1X1. MA li II.. no ovei diiughler nf John II. C, ami Catherine K. Hertford (nee Muhhard). Funernl from (lie home of her pur ents, Kill.! West. l.anvaJe alreet, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. .M. Requiem Hiiro Muss at Nt. Kdwnru a church at 9 A. M. Interment In New Cathedral ( emetery. .2 BENCHOFF, On February 1(1. 1H.I3 FAYK, acea a" yeara, beloved una-band nf Msdnllne Kenehnft (nee file- Cnrmlck). I Waynoiboro (I'a.) papers please copy.l Funeral will take place from his late residence, Kl Raspe avenue, on Monday at 2 1. M. Interment 'la Park-wood Cemetery. 20b BENCHOFF. Special communication nf Sincerity Lot ire .NO. 1M. A. n . ana A. M., will be held at Masonic Temple on Monday, February 20, at 1 P. M. to attend the funernl of ' our late brother, FAYE CHARLES BENCH-OFF. 20 CARL C. BAURRMANV. W. M. - BLAIR. Suddenly, on February 17. m.'M, WILLIAM .1., Delovea liiiHiianii of Mary Cecelia Blair nee Dull). St Mary's county (Md.) papers please cony.) Funernl from his daughter' home. 1(113 Covlnnrlon street, on Tuesday at 1.30 P. M, Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. 21e BLAKR.-On February 17. 1013. SARAH k.. or lino enrton avenue, wire or tue Into Harry Blake. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mr. Henry A. Cohn. 3121 Sumter avenue, on Monday at 2 P. M. Interment In Woodlswn Cemetery. 20 BOWKRS. On February II). 11)33 HARRY KD WIN. son of Harry C. and the late Anna V. Bowers. Funnral services will bo held at his father's home. 21112 Rohb street, of which due notice will be given. 2Qe BROWN. On Saturday. February IS, 10,13. at her residence. 3S0 Maine street. Laurel, Md., KLLA O., beloved wife of Samuel Urnwn. Funeral services from her late resi dence on Monday, February 20, at 8.30 A. m. Thence to St. Mary s k. c. Church, where Mass will be offered at 9 A. M. for the repose nf her aoul. In terment in Highland, Md. 20 BROWN. On February 18. 1033. ROB KIIT KUtiAli. beloved husband of Dora M. Brown (nee Miles). Funeral from his late residence. 1308 Glyndon avenue, on Monday at 3 P. M. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20e BKOWN. On February IS. 1033. ISA BELLE V.. beloved wife of Charles T. Brown. Funeral from her late residence. 429 Whltrince avenue, on Tuesday. Feb ruary 21, at 2.30 P. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 2le BRUXNRR. On February 17. 1033, nt 721 North Lnkewood aveirae, CHARLES, aeed 0 years, beloved husband of Jessie May Brunner (nee Harder . Funeral from the Fnrlors of Philip Herwte. 20ltt Orleans street, on Mon day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery. 20e BIX TON'. Ou February 19, 1033, nf her home, li3 West Monument street, JANE ELIZABETH, aired 8S years, wife of the lute Col. John H. Buxton Remains at the Chapel nf Stewart ft Mowen Company. 108 West "North avenue. Funeral services at fJrace and St. Peter's Church, Tark avenue and Monument slreet, on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Interment pri vate. 21 e CHRIST. On February 10. 1933. FRED KRICK U., beloved husband, ot the late Clara O. Christ (nee Nossel). Funeral from his late residence. 3317 Belalr road, on Monday. February 20. at 8.30 A. M. Reauiem Hieh Mass at the Shrine of the Little Flower at 9.30 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer cemetery. zo FINK. On February 18. 10,13. JOSEPH C, beloved husband of Llna M. Fink (uee Michael). Funeral from his late residence. 1270 Washlnelon Boulevard, on Wednes day, February 22, at 11 o'clock. Inter ment In Baltimore cemetery. 2le FISHER. On February 10. 1033. RUSSELL L., beloved husband of Iris M. Fisher. Funeral from his late residence, Jaeobsville, Anne Arundel county, on AVcdnesilay st 1.30 P. M. Services at Masothy M. E. Church at 2 o'clock. 22e FISH MAN. On Februar 10, 1033, SARAH B., beloved wifo of the late Herman F. Fishman. Funeral from the Sondhelm Home, 1902 Kutaw Place, on Tuesday morning. Feb. 21, at 11 o'clock. Interment in Har Sinai Cemetery. 21 FRENCH. On February 17. 1933. JOHN B beloved husband of Katherlne French (nee Hollins). Funeral from hli late residence. 938 North Collineton avenue, on Tues day, February 21, at 8.30; thence to St. Andrew a Church, where a High Mass of Requiem wilt be said at 9 o clocK. Interment In New Cathedral cemetery. zoe FK I EM AN. Or; February 19. 1933. ED WARD, aged 11 years, beloved son of Morris Frlemnn, of the, Edward Apartments. Brookfleld avenue and n httelock street. Funeral from Sol Levlnson and Bro. Home, 1128 West North avenue, on Monday. February 20, at 3 F. M, 'f lease omit, tlowers.j 2tte GODFREY. On February 19. 1933 MARY AGNES (nee Whaley), beloved wife of Lewis A. Godfrey. Funeral from her late residence, 2819 Woodbrook avenue, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Gregory's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in iNew cathedral Cemetery, 22 GREMPLER.-LT'THARDT. On Febru ary 19. lfl.'SS. KARL, beloved husband or Mine M. uremnler. 21e Funeral from the home of John J. Cowan & Son. 901 Hollins street, on Tuesday, February 21. at 2 o'clock, interment in Loudon Park Cemetery, GCLBIN. On February 17. 1933. CATH- krims (nee .Miller), aged 75 years beloved wife of John J. Gulbln. Funeral from her late residence, 7iO Carroll street, on Tuesday, February 21. at 8 A. M. Requiem nign Mass at Nt. Jeromes Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Re- neemer i emetery. zoe HARRIS. On February 18. 1933. MAUDE ETHKIj (nee Waldman). In her 3fith year, beloved wife of Edward J. Harris. Funeral from her home, 2113 East Lafayette avenue, on Monday after noon at 2 o'clock. Interment ill Bsltl- roore Cemetery. ' 20e HARRIS. On February 18, 1933. KATHRYN A. (nee HefTner). beloved wire of the late James Harris. Funeral from her late residence. 105 South Fulton avenue, on Tuesday at ..! A. M. Renu em Mass at St. Mar tin's Church at 10 o'clock. Interment in cathedral Cemetery. 20e HKNKEL. On February 10. 1933. A I. BERTIXE H. (nee C.raefe). beloved wife ot William B. Henkel. Washing ton (D. C.) nanera nlease ronr.l Funeral services will be held at her nome. rennurst avenue, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment In London rara i emetery. 21 p HOKME1ER. On Fehnisrv in ion JOHN. JR., son of Anna and the late jnnn Hormeier. rr. Funeral from his late rlrtcn S"V11 Fatern avenue, on Wednesday. Febru ary L'l'. at 2 I . M. Interment In cnwartss t emetery. 22 K EN LY. On February 1R. 1033 sunt VIRGINIA, daughter nf the late James F. and Sara Virginia Kenlv. Funeral will take plsco from her late resldonce. 407 Hawthorne road. Roland Park, nn Monday afternoon at - elrwu. interment In Grove Ceme. tcrj, Aberdeen, Md., at 1 0 clock. 20 JDeatfjs KlflHy,-Suddenly, on February 19. Iii.i.i, iMiii r,. (nee jneiiani, neinveu wife nt I he late ('apt, B, Frank Klrbv. FiiniTiil from her lai residence, M'.' Normandy avenue, Wednesday afler-1101111 at 2,, 'to o'clock, Inlermont In (irecniiiciiint. Cemetery, 22 KIHCHNF.R.-On February , HI, 11133, A. 'ma, sued ?n yeara, neinveu wuu of the lata Johu J. Klrchncr. Funeral from her late residence. Sinn Orleans street, 011 Monday at . A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Andrew's Church at II A. M. Interment In Holy lleileemer Cemetery. 20 K 1(0(1 MAN, -On February 19, 1033, MILTON K., beloved liuxliand of LHIu U. Krounisu Inea llnwethl. 2le Fiim ral services will he held at 1)11.1 Cordelia avenue nn Tuesday at 'i V. M. Iiileriueiii In Loudon Pnrk-Ce;e''ry. KRUEGKR. On Febrmiry 18, 1033, ANNA F beloved Wife Of the lulu 1 Lt iiih n Krueger, Funeral from her late residence, 2320 Kutaw Place, on Tuesday atler-noon at 2 o'clock. Interment la Cedar 21 III Cemetery. 21 LA M HI K. On February 19, lOX'l, KATll- r.Ki.Mii K., ageu ,i years, me ueinveu wlfo of Charles B. Lamble, 20e The funernl services at her' home, 1017 North I'ayson street, Iuo notice. LECH EL. On February 19, 1033, LOUISA, beloved daughter ot the lalu John iinil Mary M. 1 , Ui-t. Funeral services from her late residence, 422 West nale road, ot which din notice will lie given, iffie MaIiDOX. On February 19. 1933. at the homo or nr. ,1. wtinnni mmck, l- 1 I nlaw P ace. ETTA 1 AYNIB. dauuh tcr of the lute John T. anil Susannah Moore M nil ltd X. 22e Reiiiaina will he taken to the Milch-ell Home, IO00 Kutaw Place, Tuesday evening, where funeral services will be belli Wednesday arternoon at , o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend MAGUR. On February 18. 1933. MI ( H ael, beloved Husband ot Mary Gloss Magur. Funeral from his late residence, 3411 Dccslnr street, on Tuesday morn Ing at 8.30 o'clock. Requiem Mass at Our Lady of (Jood Counsel Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Cross remetery. Brooklyn. 21 MANN'. Of Brooklyn rark, Brooklyn. on Fetiruary is, 11133, JOHN T aged 71 years, beloved husband of Rachel C. Mann (nee Rice). Cumberland (Md.) papers please copy. Funernl servlcesat the Win. Cook Funeral Home, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Monday at 11.30. Interment 111 i.eiiar mil cemetery. 20 MARTIN. On February 17. 1033, at Jiercy Hosn ta . MARGARET W. MARTIN (nee Cocoran), beloved wife ot nr. I'atrick F. Martin. Funeral from her late residence, 2834 St. Paul street, nn Monday. February 20. at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at SS. Phllln nml ,Tmi' Church at 9 A. M. Interment In New 1 at neural cemetery. 20 MCCAFFREY. On February 18. 1933. at nr. Agnes- riosima . JOSEPH .1 HX McCAFFREY Boston (Mass.) papers please copy.l. Funeral from the residence of his nepnew. .Mr. l.nnls (iessner, 3212 Virginia avenue, on Tuesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass'at St. Ambrose Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Cathedral i .cmerer.v. 21 McCOY. On February 19, 1033, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey J.. JYCsmoilol. sr.. 1828 West Fayette screpc, ijiLir Aii.r;s KCHAKF, he-loved wife of the late John L. McCoy r - 1. , " liyrw j in k iti!crx iMt'Hse copy. I Funeral from the above residence nn Wednesday at S.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Martin's Church at A. M. Interment in St. Peter's Cemetery. I ricHse omir nowers. JDentijsi (i) SCniJLTZ. On February 17, 1933, L-IIIVl'Va ll.,n.l,.LIt I.... rit'Vm l't-1 linn,.,;! loved wife of Andrew Hchulls. Funeral from her lain residence, 520 South llelnord avenue, on Wednesday, February 22, at. 8.30 A. M. Requiem Illgli Mass st Holy Itnsiirv Church at 9 A. M. Iiitermciit In lluly Itosnry Cemetery. 2lo EAUCH.-Kuililenl.v. on February 10, 1:1.1,1, ar tier mime, ,v,v. wHinrnoK avenue, MA KG A 11 KT MOOKE, daughter of the late Newton and Alice Hamilton Search. Funeral services will he held at the homo nf her cousin, Mrs, W. A. Knell, 4207 Frederick avenue, mi Tuesday nt 2 P, M, Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery, 21 SEKIO.-On February 19. 1033. JAMES, aged A years, beloved son of Joseph and Rose Serin (nee Hlckey), Funeral from Ills purcnts' residence. 1232 Norlfi Eden street, nn Tuesday at. 10 A, M, Interment In Hew Cathedral Cemetery. 21 SHR1MPTON. Suddenlv. on February , GEORGE ELLIS, aged 02 years, Hie beloved husband of Clara Ii. Nhrlmpton, Funeral from his late residence. 438R Park Heights avenue, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment In the English burial plot of the Sons of St. George, Drillil Ridge Cemetery. 22 SMITH. On February 10. 1033. at 1 A. M J A COD, beloved husband of Iicssie Smllh. 20e Funeral from his late residence. 8.VJO Overview road, on Monday, February 20, at 2 P. M. I Please omit flowers. 1 SNYDER. On February 17, 1033, HENRIETTA CARROLL (nee Ifee- slde). beloved wlfo of 'he lnte Thomas Snyder. i Funeral services from her late residence, Annapolis road near Daisy avenue, English Consul, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20e ST E I N H A G EN. O n February 18, 1933. iiEMlV 1'. c. 1,., SR., lieloverl husband nf the late Engel C. Stelnhngen. Funeral from his lute residence, 2114 Smallwood slreet, on Tuesday at 1.30 J , M. interment In Loudon Turk Cemetery, 21o STEVEN'S, On February IS. 1033. JAMES F., beloved husband of Ethel G. Stevens (nee Miller). Funeral from his late residence, 011 North Payson slreet, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 20e STROH.-On February 15. 1033, LOUIS. In his 71st yenr, beloved husband of Katie A. Slroh. Funeral from his residence, 2409 Edmnndson avenue, on Monday. February 20. at 2 P. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 20e StlDSBDRG-CALDER. On February 17. 1033. SADIE W. (nee Base), be loved wife of Louis J. Sudshurg. I Chicago (ill.) and Boston (Mass.) Papers plense copy.l Funeral services at her home, 1705 T.amont avenue, on Tuesday at 2.30 P .M. Interment In Govans Tresby terlan Cemetery. !0e SI LL1VAN. On February 19. 1033, at Philadelphia. Pa.. FRANKLIN Rl CH ANNAN SIH.LIVAN, hushnnd of Grace Willard and son or the lnte Felix R and Elizabeth Taylor Buchnnnnn Sul-' llvan. Funeral services from his mother's residence, Mrs. Felix R. Sulllvin, 172S North Calvert street, on Tuesday. February 21, at 3 P. M. Interment private. 21e M EI N ICRS. On February 18. 1933. im.ish H., beloved wife of Henry C. Mclners. , Funeral from the home of her son, Mr. George F. Melners. 524 North Highland avenue, on Monday at 2 P. M. Interment In St. Paul's Cemetery. 20e MILLER. (Nee Hoeflich). On February 10. 1033. at her home, 4024 Falls road. MAGGIE, beloved wife of Jacob M. Miller. Funeral will tnke place from above residence on Wednesday, February 22, at 2.30 P. M. Interment la Baltimore Cemelery. 21e MILLER. Suddenly, on February 19. 1033. CHARLES D., beloved husband of Mary A. Miller (nee Fogle). Funeral from his late residence, 200 South Smallwood street, of which due notice will he given. 20e MOORE. On February 17. 1033, BKRK- aged L'7 years, beloved husband of Nora M. Moore (nee Haley). Wilmington (Del.) papers please copy.l Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Grover C. Riley. 181 South Morley street, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 20e MORAN. Suddenly, on February 18. 1033. S1DNKY G.. beloved husband of Agnes W. Moran. Funeral from his lnte residence. 104 East Twentieth street, on Tuesday at 8.30 A. M.. thence to St. Ann's Church, where a Requiem High Mnss will be said at 9 A. M. Interment In Wood-lawn Cemetery. 21 MORAN. On February 18. 1033, El7-LEN T., beloved daughter of the late Patrick and Ann Moran (nee. Lyons). Funeral from her late residence, 1710 West Fayette street, on Tuesday at 8 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Martin's Church at 8.30 A. M. Inter-ment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 20e MITRPHY. On February 17, 1933. FRANCIS X., aged 7 years, beloved son of V. Paul and Ray Carra MnrnhY. Funeral services st the residence of his parents. 108 St. Alhan's Wav. Homeland, on Monday morning at 0.o o'clock, interment Is Cathedral Cemetery. 20 NADICH. On February 19, 1933, HAR-RISt beloved husband of the late Anna Nadlch, ot 144 North Lakewood avenue. Funeral from Jack Lewis' Fnneral Home. 1439-41 East Baltimore street, on Monday, February 20, at 12 o'clock. Interment In Hebrew Friendship Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 20c NAGLE. On Friday, February 17. 1933, at 1O.05 P. SI.. ARIE S. NAGLE, beloved wife of M. Edgar S. Nagle, Manchester. Carroll county. Md. Funeral services to be held at her late residence, York street, on Monday afternoon, February 20, at 1.30. Interment In Greenmount, Carroll county, Maryland. 20 NORTH. On February 19, 1033, ALICE VIRGINIA, beloved wife of James B. North. 20e Funeral from the home of her son. .Tames I. North, 2727 St. Paul street, nn Tuesday. February 21, at 2.30 P. M inrermenr m i.nudon 1'ark ( emetery. viuiwonn nn bh,D.. 10 mn WALTER L of 1212 East Lafavetl'e avenue, beloved son of the late Carolina Shay (nee Mason). Funeral wrvices at the William fnnt Vt,nAio1 Rnm. Tta,,t . Preston streets, on Tuesday at ,1.30 r. AI. interment In St. Mary's Ceme tery. Hampden. 21e PEELING. Suddenly, on February 18, 1033. near Finksburg, JOSHUA, aged 82 years. Funeral services from the residence of his son-in-law and dauffhter. Mr. and Mrs. John Connwav, Tuesday, February 21, at 2 P. M. Interment in Providence Cemetery. Please omit powers.) 20e PRICE. On the evening of Febrnarv 18. 1933. at her late residence. 41S North Milton avenue. LOtTISA A PRICE (nee Sennits), beloved wife of the late William T. Price. Sr. 20c Funeral from the above residence on Monday morning at 10.30 A. M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. REYNOLDS On chn,... 1 tmt CATHERINE, daughter "of fte late 1 nomas and Winifred Reynolds. Funeral from her late resident. S731 Roland avenue, on Tuesday at 8.30 a. ai. neqinem jiass at M. J nomas Church at 9 o'clock. Interment In St. losepn s 1 emetery. Texas. Md. 21 REINS. On Sunday. February 19. 19J!S ALICE WEITTIMER. at the home of her sister, Mrs. Christopher Longest. Cnlversity Oxford. Miss. (Norfolk and menmonu papers please copy. Funeral services Fehmarv V f 11 A. M. from the home of Mr. William C. Cox. 831 Westover avenue. Norfolk. Vs. Interment In Elmwood Cemetery. .xorroiK. 22i RIPPERT. On February 18. 1933 WILLIAM, beloved husband of Elizabeth Ruppert (nee Clark). Funeral from his late reldnce Jessups. Md.. Tues.lay at 830 A. M Rpoitfpm Mass , C t - . Church st 9 A. M. Interment In New lameurai lemeierj, aM TIGHE. On February IT. 1033. JAMES M., beloved husband of Kate Campbell Tlghe. Funernl from his late residence, B220 York road, on Monilny morning at 8 30 o'clock. Requiem Mass at St. Mary s I hiireh. Govans, at 0 o clocK Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery (Please omit flowers.) 20 IN MEMORIAM (7) IfOEY. In loving remembrance of our dear nun her, 11 EN !( IE I TA, who departed this llfu seven yeiirs ago, February 2n, 1020, and our fnllier, JOHN, who departed litis Jife nineteen years ago. Always remembered, BY 1 1 F, It DAI (illTKR EMMA AND SO V I X- LA W AIITIIl'lt. 200 LOST AND FOUND (8) DO(l Ktrivwl on Fro. 14. joung tun, fi-malt terrier: mini s petnrnsru. i .nn. ush. IIOO Small, liliw ami uray hair, lull, Jtinanl Murium to Ud.l I Ilium svs, llANIHUd lndy'1, rrd. containing gnM cigar iM is cum! aim l'llll, i IU'WatU, , , ' LOUGH 'l V fPnrfllinntat) Lout (rein Kalis item u ueianii nvnmt, car. jtinanl, aiauiiun Mil-.! or liiliimr I7,'i.. iliri''l.l-:it7Whli 8lllr'loiit at UlariamniW tcr cicnuig of rt'D. 11: ininni;rniil . If. li. lie-watil .", irmimml to 1M2 GAIillKTT ULDlt. or ilia THKATI-.'K BOX OFFICE. I'OI'KI-n'llOliK In.t en Ocila nic, or Ilcislrrv town ril lliuaril. ML.:":W "r. Ver.!f4J! mi.M-Jt Hi ISA It V LOST. Inllinla anil ilnle o" ci.wa, l.ilrni rrwnni., in-i. 01. (1H llainnirrcrnft efficlnl licnllh chart loit. K. J. M-nuiiic, hji i iiKfimry avp. STItAYI-.'l) On Similar, (mm 71 N. Mmiaalery avc. miinn hinca aid vf lute piiiyi snaweia naifli. "iiiiiv"; rcwni-'l, liil. flIMi PERSONALS (10) PRACTICAL HOME BUILDERS Tins Purchasinjr Tower Enables ui to offer attractiv Prices on 1I0MP IMPROVEMENTS SpcctOjI Prices Papering, Painting, Roofing, HEATING SPECIAL Hot-Water Heat. Six Radiators, Red Flash Boiler, 5263.00. Personal Supervision of Thomas Rainey. Written guarantee Backed by Service. Free Estimates Day or Night, PHONE WOLFE 3690. EASTERN HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 3827 Eastern Ave. LOWEST PRICES & TERMS On all HOME IMPROVEMENTS By a Dependable, Responsible Firm No Cash Down 3 Years to Pay I'av little an $5 MONTHLY NEXT MAY SPECIAL 2 Tons Coal FREE With Kverv Hot Water. Ntpiim nr Hot-Air American Radiator HEATING PLANT No Payments Until OCTOBER FREE ESTIMATES DAY or NIGHT Phones PLAZA 3753 and 3754 CONTINENTAL nOME IMPROVEMENT CO. fleam Tower Bl'll . Baltimore snd tiullford. Our Written Guarantee Protects YOU. TRUSS K I , L. O n February 1!. 1!3. SIARGAKET SHUCK, willow or Homer M. Trussell. Services at her lnte borne, lis Enst Twenty-fourth street, on Monilny evening st 8 o'clock. Interment on Tuesday afternoon st Cumberland, Md. 2le TFREK. On Fehrnary 18, 1033. CATTT- Klll.B (nee riotlman), Delovea wire of Joseph Turek. 21 Funeral from her late residence, 042 N". Castle street, on Tuesday morning at 8..10.. High mnss at St. Wen-eeslaus' Church st. 9 o'clock. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. VAIJGHAN. On February 17, IMS, i'atkiua a., neinvon niiRnana or the late Alice Kllroe Vaujrhan. Funeral from his home, 2202 Gull-ford avenue, on Monday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Hieh Mass at St. Ann's Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Cathedral Cemetery. 20 WEBSTER. On February 18, 19,13. HARRY LK-OX WEBSTER, beloved son of Rophrronia Webster (nee Tan-kersley). Funeral from his late residence, 2(133 East Monument street, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Moreland Memorial Park. 21e WILSON. Suddenly, on February 17, 1933, EDWARD M husband of M. W. Wilson (nee Hareiim). Funernl from the home nf .Tolin A. Moran, 31100 East Baltimore street, of which due nollce will be plven. 2e FUNERAL DIRECTORS (2) ' HARRY H. WITZKE ISM W. Lombard H 4101 Edmondaoo art. GILMOR 250. Modern Funeral Serine. JOHN F. DENNY Light and Montgomery sts. Bonth 1416-H17. GEO. SCHILLING & SONS num. w Rrmrr.r.iNn Hontmsnt Bt at Absmlth. Wolfs 2688. LILLY and ZEILER, INC. 408 I. Wolfa st I'hon Wolta 141CT. TOO 8. Crmkllni tt fnons wolie vsn JOHN J. COWAN & SON Katabllahed 1880. Plara 20fl2. H. SANDER & SON BROADWAT ANT) BAt.TIMIlRB Wolfs 12S8 CEMETERIES AND LOTS (3) DRUID RIDGE CEMETERY Lnta at tmnt nrlra 1n flfln Taars. Consult our reprffaenlative who will call and fumiflh transpOTtauon for nupactioil nr Ida uemeterj oo reauaat sopenntennent a UTne. Forwt eilfl.'l Pikcsville 150-201. Exuculire I If flee Cathedral St Vernon 0038-6M8 WOODLAWN Offers eronomy io It bnyeni. 4fi0 Acr Per petual iri. l'nrps and Terms to Hint. MKMORIAL pr)T. RKSTKICTKD TO RRONZB T A BLOTS. LOW PRICKS Inmwance Protpct.inn on Pefrred Payment. Our AtltiTmflbili at Your l)iDosai. Woodlawn 27 Phones Vernon 4721 PARKWOOD .Memorial Park, Monument And AInusoIeum Sections $25 Per Orare Up. Tcrma. Perpetual Care. OFPICK: BS10 HAnroitn RD. HAM. nr,n. OAK LAWN " WHF.RB PKRPBTTAI. ('ARB I MORE TWAS A PRUMISF." MIlDKRN ATTP.ACTIVB BKASOSABI.B-TFRyS Til gtlT Call Vernon 6741 For Inspection. LOUDON PARK CEMETERY Lot I'nrchaaers Will Be Fnmt.htd Transportation for Inspection. Mrs Low Pncea. Term. Free bin vtics to new aetiona. Gilmor 07T-0i73. Vernon 6.HS-:i. BALTIMORE CEMETERY Sac Our Beautiful New Perpetual-Ore election Reaannable Price.. Term. If neaireil. North air., east of Car at Ph. Wolfe 11111 MORELAND MEMORIAL PARK CEMETER" OFFICE MOl HARFORD AVENUE. Phrne Hamilton 117 FLORISTS (5) CUMMIXGS . . . PLAZA 1375 1123-2.1 W. Baltimore t 2030 WmnndaoB a anl 1'alnp anH Mrnn.iery afea. IN MEMORIAM (7) REAf'H. In lorinc remmrsn'e of mr dor mother. MARY E. RK.U'H. who niorl sixteen years ago today, r-i runt j 30, 1911. Vm REMEMBER Thera ta newer a job donejbut that somnone could do it worse and charge less for it. GOOD WORK AT A REASONABLE PRICE SAVES YOU MONEY. Trust Only To Proven Reliability First, Last and Always. NOTHING DOWN. TKRMS AS LOW AB $5 MONTHLY Oiir own trained crews do the work. Painting, Plumbing, Hwitinit. Papering. Carin-ntcririg, Hooting, cementing, I'lasienng, jiuir. hleetncil Worn, ;aruea. etc. Weatherstrip Free Estimates Given Cheerfully Day or Night. WE GENERAL CONTRACTING CO, fl2,1-i!5-a7-L,0 3! PARK AVK. TELEPHONE VERNON 6(192-4411, BALTIMORE CONTRACTORS Backed By 30 Years' Experience. Plastering, Panerhailging. Plumbing. Carpen tering, Cementing, Heating, (Jarnges, Rooting, fainting, weattterntnpping, Altcratirum, hpouimg Free Kstiinatea Given Clipprfiilly. PLAZA 8399. FOREST 6G97-J Lexington and Park ave. Easy Terms. WANTS (") (ffmifirmrd from Preceding Column) ANTIQUE AND MODERN Furniture, Chun, Cnrloa Oil Paintinga. iincmai nulla, l.toraric.. nu,M,i. , r iui, tie. I. aril ur mnill IM. Calla anawertU riililo an li"iir. ..... A, I IHirKK. l-l'i'l n, i-naum .i, Vernnn Twnil, Nulit Calla, Lily 7W1I, HIGHER PRICES PAID For Ud Kiiniltiira, Hrlca-llrac llug, Hilu falutiua and aU'rcnaiinc i-i an arscnpuuiia, Uiiieii neiii-n. TAYLOIl VHll.NON 7h:ii. BIG- CASH PRICES FOR MuKKItN FUllNITI ltK. VV'a eiriiann vmir f nrviit itra for new. Miitil-.S. till Uraeu uiuiint afnun. Vernrin 20(111 ' (JOOD I'lttCBH PAID FOU rDllNITPRR All klmla (umlluia. coal. laa. oil atom alao. radlfik, antMinea anil hou.hrild etlecia vi-.ii.MiN n.iu unui. ".in r, u. JC. n- i ALK. 8HH r, ( K KN M u U N T AVE. . Hooka, iiiuuipt atlcntioii; tun!) v,r (Liu. A lor nil. aiiajim WE BUY BOOKS High nrir paid. ANDOVEB. 8211 S. Chltlt-. PIM tllOS. Fl ltNITliHUi For ciniiitrj hotel, China, llnga, linc--urac. i lirlcci. Call V I HUY FUltNITURK. rlollilng brlr-a braa and amak-al limtrunipiila. CAIA1.UT A7A4. feflUKMAN. (ireena an l8iiiiiiaai. OLD GOLD, SILVER, Dental Bridges. High Price. 8. HUMAN. Ml N. Kl TAW ,s SPOT CASH for Furniture, Jlouicholii lioml., Aicii'liaiuiia,1 of every ucwripiiiin. id-u iiuriii- tin a Co. ,i);t!) .StjJ'wil J-Vr"n .Va!4. ANT1UIUC 1-iinmurc nu'iloil, aouiit I oil i'r 0il3' JL" "IIT. 172(1 li. HjiIiii t. W ii 81112 WA.NTKII Roll Top flt-sk : no Umlira. Call Mnnihiy liefine 12. PUfl 421HI. OIJ '(il)LIr 'IlKNTAlj lIltlDUKS. TOP l'Jtl('KS.VKlMJAi;M, 2H4 W. riaratniia. lOP I'l'tlCKS l'(ilt VDUIt FHItNlT UliK. Kit- llUSi llKKJi'lJK.NCO. Pl,AZAfi41W. rillill 1'itIOKS PAID ror'fTirnitiire. Uenerai FimijtiirejUu -. 72;t Oicciiniomit ate. Vw. 4i,ui. Uiliil PU1CKS wid lor tucil luniilure. Till-. I UK A 1. H47 Oiceiini.linl are. Vi-rnon '124-1 ANTIOPM 4V Jloilefn Fnriiiliue. Itric-a-Hrac, I1HIIOK.S, Mail. I HI I (1 . Vernon 102M. HELPMALE (16) (Cnntinuril from Prfretllitff Cnlumn) MK.V 1(1), neat ipprarini. to rait on el. eii-l4in-rM fur ,nie of iha lra.i, nairnt of iu kni! in Amciit-a. INii. iiniu cwmry, to ctri'li-tniil to htntl. Call t) ,4 M. to 1 I', AI., fitt llrarjl T;,werill-1(( Jiirerl aajea, M-! - Hi-lling a nc-ci'Kiiy; iiulrk luoni-y. H K. Irf'xitiKlnnltooiii 2n0 N-forc il. MI-'N nilh itianariiie, newipaper or inaitranee i in. H l',1 Ivimialile ),lg. lu-foia m. lrAI'r.ji'Jfiu 111, aalexinan, lio"h"iiail ei"t-lieni-i, tilling Rrtltiniore trade, o reiirraeiit n-w cnniiMiiy. A-liliea lorVlll, Hun. SAI.KKMI-'A, nxpcrii-ni-eil : capable nf tailing on i'ccutitea aid nrnfcNsional neoiile. I'.arning Mi up prr wck to men w'io nualify. sh. K XI It. PIIIIC'I'DII, Room .'I'M, Mi-rranlile .Tniat 14 1 ' 1 ar. MAI,:kM1-,N, cake cipcricin-e with ligl't tiucka or i-ai-H; very good oroiMisition. Souln battlnii'ri-Cake Kv-liangi', 1-147 l.ighl. nt, SA'I.KXMEN'- S.Of rlntlira direct from makur tti wc:ircr.J AL. Mmiroe and Harjrntjtve.., SiiwlM.s stAciiiNi-: a'djcsticr who i" thof. nughlv familiar wiih llcera and otlitr atr ial mwi-hint-a. Wrilc 11114. Hun. Vllt:NliMK.N (2i. over 1H. for onlaiile ordor dept.; permanetit Job: mint, be elean-'-ut and artne; abort )vm; good pay. Apply 411 Slcv-cantile '1'nii't. ill'lu'. ATTENTION! Ilkcry Driicra aril Ainrhrin a ileiirimi. pfi; good coinmmHion bnaia. Apply 4 H. I'arrolllon ate. COtTPl.R wanta amnll ant. In apt. hniwe (n dung fi. ertice. XiK v I N N 1 Jll A K. Ciil'l'bl'. Oerman, exiM'ricncrd; best rcfi-nnre lion I la'-l, m. MKN 8 CUITHIMi-HKJIl PRICKS PAIll .A.y,alia, S414 Park Hrichta ae. Lib WMH BUSINESS SERVICE (11 a) CHARLES fc. BADKN, Jit,, offcra aerncri ai aci-ouiKaiit. Forest 72,'lfi-J. 81)16 Hidgcmaal ave. SITUATIONS HOUSEHOLD (12) CltAt'FFF.t'R (coloreill deairra position, private Miiuiy; it-ieicncc. i nea., COMPANION to Iily, practical miming csp . caiiiig for clulilien. Wnle 84:11) llc):ur road. COMPANION to lady, huuaekeeiier. middle -aged iati.v.exi., ac3iicp(iHitioii. 1 Jii,ii, nun. COOK Icoioicdl, reliable, genenil lioiwevurk. liny work: S yra.' ii-li-n-uce. Jif. :iK',i;l. Ol ll IK (I '( ll.l l It Kl i)7"l::XP WANTS l'USI 'l'l tlN.MAti , I n 11-2. Ollll, Icoloi-dl) for general housework; refm-nce. Wilf.-2.-ll Olltl, (roloicitl, general houai;work or day'h work. 201) K. 2:inl at. lilltl, (coloieii). wisliea vlace; jwrt time or Uay'a work; reference. Atad. llls;l-,l. (..IHr, (colored I, cooking and general liniwovtork; willing worker: references. Mail. 4li8ii. . GTHI,, goppial iiousewoik; good cook; liest ref- eretire. 1J1I.VJ. iiilti, (colored l wisbea day or part-time work; referenee. ).'I21 W. balayeltc ave. lilitl, wishen housework or work of any kind. limn uiglits. 141.N Front.M.Uitilo HOrSKIfFKHKR, ejp."gorcojk; Juw 'wages; Iisb aon, 11. Slad. i'HK. 1,A1V deirc liouscwork, Urntilo family, 1 Of 2 aciull6;no iaundi5.a,')18 iiucckert ate. LAUNlifiKSH (colored I wislie work at hume. .Specialist an hirt. Mad. 4MI2-J. WOMAN (colnieif) "wiahoi cooking or work of and kind; flnt-clasa reference. 211.18 MeCulbib at... 1st., fl. WOMAN lllEMtH atay (colored), general liouscwoTk city or country. Oil. (iKIo J. WIIM.A.N (colored) desires work of any kind; in years reterenec. O.I4 Hubert st. WOMAN-colorcd), liiiusewnrker and cixik; full or part time; reference. Mud. II2H1-J. Wl (MAN '(colored), laundry work home; exp. clean, iif. 3817. YOKNO girl (wiiite) deslrti work aa maid. 2IM liobb at. VOKNIi WOMAN leoloied) wisliea dlnnei-a li serve evenings; rerereuee. Call irr write 141-N. Oilinor nt.. 8rd floor. VIIIINO WOMKN 121 wisb part time, or day's work; reference. Mad. b.I.ei-J. Coi.oltKO WOMAN wishes part Unra ar day's work. Mat. tHiilr-.!. R. B. MASON 40 TEARS IN THE BUSINESS Dampproofinpr & Waterproofing Painting. Bricklaying. Plumbing. Paperhang-ing. Plastering. Hcatiug, Carpentering. Cement 'rig. Roofing. Shinuling. Alterations. Spouting. SATISFACTION GUARANTKKD. TF.H.MS Vernon 4H70. 3(w V. Madison st. "HONEST WORK AT HONEST PRICKS. No soJcitora or high-pressured aJesmen. Painting, Paiwring. Carpenter Work and all Home Improvements. Budget riaii. No Cash Required. HOMR REPAIRS CO.. 4ri7 Calrert Bldg PI. 2.'iir,. I.ib. G(I. ATTENTION, HOME OWNERS! Save 40 on all Home Improvement. No caah needed. AI) work guaranteed. MILTON CONTRACTING CO., Broadway 201)1. day or night. 485 N. Milton aye PERMANENT WAVE $1 UP SPhX IAIy HAIR PYW $1 .00 Finder Ware l:ic. ; Manicure. 16c.; Sbamuoo. 2.rc VOOUK. 234 Park ave. Calvert 3778. W II.I- RRI). 38 W. Lexington. Calveit 0411)4 ROOMS PA PER ED, $3 UP R. nll.MOR 409S SIMMONS. 4113 North Pulaakl itreet. I'RKKS. Fruit Trees and Sbnibbtry Triniincd. Lawns and flower beds cared for. Planting and apraing. Manure and rich top soil lur saJe. Address 11044. Riuij . 25o Beauty Treatment, 6 for ll.oo. fillo Marinello ireatment.. 3 for lltber Mpeciaia. M A It I N KLI.O. Chartea and Fayette. PI. 3-134. HOME REPAIRS Plaza 6850 Maryland Contracting Co.. UTO W. Balto. et. PAPERING ROOMS, $3 UP W. D. NICOLL. K)41 E. North are. Wolfa DS18. ROOMS PAPERED, $3 UP Brick Smith, 13S8 Washington Bird. Oil 82W0. CHROME & NICKEL Plating Md. Plating Co., 816 N. HolUday at PI. 7413. Old Photographs Copied Bnlarged. Mitchell Sudlo, 111 W. Islington at. OAWAMZRII SffEOT IRON. 20c. NIIKKT. HKVKO & SONS CO.. 807 S. Howard. Bn.lSOii. WAI.I, sign apace for rent, N. W. cor. Nortli ave. a nd M on roe St. Apply a). Barber Shop. HOnSFWIRINO Prompt, reatonable. Rnall Electric Co.. 2106 B. Federal st. Wnlfe 0273 PAPERHANOING C,HT MY LOW PRICE. A. .1. BOrtKN. mid Chilton t. Che 0KH3 S1.4S ROOM lota 12x12. Papering. fO op sontn 24'.n. MorecTatt to.. n.m i.tinv at PAINTINO. Papcnng. etc. KARI CONTRACT-INO CO.. 4124 Ivlmoudson ate. Oilmer 2970 ROOMS PAPFltED, 3 UP. EARL L. PAUL. 2r.1fl W. Franklin st. Ol). B4S4. OLD OOLI) and Silver Jewels bought: good caah prices. Karl Sehnn. Inc.. lint w. .saratiHfa sr.. KF.YS nilPUCATED. 2 FOR 2Sc KRYS Maier'a. lr,3 N Cay at Frederick at. PI. 270 4NTUJUK8 restored. Furn. repaired A reflnisbed C. Kirker. 131S W. Fairnimmt are. Cal. 2774 WALLPAPKR. room lota. 11.45: window abadea .1.1c. Thorns A Mcsaer Co.. 11115 W. Balto. at HOMK Repair from Cellar to Atllc. IDKAI Rl- PA 1 1) CO.. 1011 Freilerirk ave. Oil ot'.'0 PAPKRHANOINC, and Painting. II up. Quirk nerriee. A. RYAN. 327 E. 2.'uh t.'bea 0-44. DRKSSMAKING. alterations, remodeling and caits relined. 250S Maryland ave. Ches. 77H.V HARDWOOD flcrs. old flrors renovated. First-class wr.rfc F. ORANOFR. Ham. rVI2 MATTRESSFS RKMADE. -14 BAN ITAR YM AT CO.. 921 M ad. ate, fer. tm3. bPHOI-STFItING ,Vpc. aulle reentered, t4 IS yeara with Krslpn. J. t.'ilento. Yer. nl4 FLOORS Finished. 4 no. New Floors. 110 tip Cleaning and wating. Put or night. OH 7111 RAfllO TROrnLE' Phone C.dmor lOM-W. Inspection r'ree; No Cure. No CAHPKNTt-RlNO. KXPKRT RKMIiUKI.INO h m Mii'i.r;r iji. yisi nr i.m HKATINO. Plumbing. Roofing. Repair: fern. Standard Home Imnrotement Co. i'a). 3927 OLD Ff)OHS RKSI RFACFD. Marllscn .'..l'l. Nigbt Lihrrtt KM. FNTI-nt PRISE ROOFI'.'O rr (1! LIOHT ST. SOUTH UOI'SK WIKINO. floor rreri.tarlc" reiaira term. 1S2Q Harford te Vemon 2302 FINOKR WAVE SO".; Mani-ore JlV i Marcel. Site. BfllTllNS, 1 N. l.Unr. )'i?a .': SUPKRFl.t'OrS hair. Hcm'-hes rniuinenMt re- moted Mis. Price 010 Ca t hed'al Vet- 147S I NTKRPRISE ELECTIiiC CO.. INC . 4 W. BAItlii: ST. CALVERT .',R7 SLIP COVERS, Window Sbadn. Ilrapee. t holstert. AwniniTS. AIM I.M A NTrr;tiJ4T ET.H TRICAI. WORK OONF REASi N ARLT TERMS MILLER WILLIAMS Write V.'-n, J ROOMS PA PER Hi. 3 on VP MARTIN I.I T7,. ;r,70 W Uena ate. CO 721 ROOMS rpered: timafra rheerfnlly r ven T -lh & cvm i:,-, .e INI "ec? WANTS (ID ntf!H CASH PRICES FuR FI RNnTRE MR T1HIMAS PI '131 T-omrt aitcnln-n Hrv;H'Ricrs pir fur FrnsifrRE. AiniRTSTlrt W Hlto t Citltert 1320 TtnllTRN M ANTtofE rf'RNITf RE. If. 112. P KHNMAN. 2'2 IT,!-n . HIOH PRICES tot rnm turt. all dcnrtioo. OlKtmaac l A.iccanna st no. COMPETENT OIRL desirea position a chambermaid, wnitresi or nuiao maid; exp. and lwstref.Oho.S2"il. . HllljSEWORK or araall children' nure, experienced ; reference; can leave city. 1 "JJ11!- NKAT C4U (ft Kl (ilUL wishes whole ur pari timpworkir day- work. Mad. 77IV2 .1. Ml.'.'i"ri.l,:ii I.AIIY as hmlsekecner cr Catholic inntlierlrm Home preterrcil. can unit, mm or 1i)!l luuon ave. WlUffi Vonian want day work and laundry. 1 1U45. Sun. WORK of any kind where mother can stay with aon: cxp. housekeeper and cook; low waeea.1 1024. S im. l'UIiNi; WH1TK WOMAN WISHES POSI TION WI'I H SMALL FAMILY; slay nighw: referenee. 331S I'AltKLAWN AVK. HELP HOUSEHOLD (12a) WOMAN (white), about 25 for general hollse- vturn. niwi 110,11c. nutoii ofctn ,,, . work. Helerencea reiiuued. Apply OlMI Somerset roau 1 neMiitj. WOMAN KIIIl OENKUAI, Hul.SEWOKK ; iiiiisi. be. tnoioiigniy lenaiue aon neai. goou biiinilns: two aijulla. V I i I e 11753. Sun. WllMA.N (while) fu jigllt hollsewulk. 40 to 45; cuirt inloe wa. .1 .V i.itjnooo m.. Ml IIHLlC-AliKI) WOMAnT light Iiousewoik for 11,0111 and biitml and mnall wilary. Oh. 4(kM. NIOT'lLEll Woman, housekeeper centlcman bfune: eoohing: stale imrlieulars. I lo-i. Q". SITUATIONS FEMALE (13) ItO.-KKKKri'lU, fitninirai.hfr and ci-ncral offlcc liitOKKKKI'KU. 1. K can take i-hart:e: . STJCNOllItAl'lJH, Tpis.t mid File Clerk; ex STKNih;rAPHKU. crmimoiTiAl mid medical px. ; perniantt or temporary. Iif. 12W, STKNturiiArtfKR, acctjT-reopi vable bkkoeper, (iwltcnnoara ui,ierun-; ny. wimm HELP FEMALE (14) CANVASSERS. $15 weekly oondltlotiaL comm.; teady outdoor wort; no aeuing. Apinr vo A. M. or 4-5 P. M.. 1W N. Kutaw, basement. CANVAS BASTER on men coau. atiral Clothing Mig. tJ).. a-it w. uaito.. t, rywitc imlr-Mll flmt claaa: on who urular- aund Jewian ana Ainericaa iwulb tor - tanrant. Apply W.i Aaquiui stL NATIONAL nrgaui.atiin has nn owning in Bal timore for young man, tuider 21. ingii-seiK.ii graduate: some sales and organization ahilily; salary. Apply MR. KELLY, Do:) Mercantile Trust Bhlg. STAPLE Side l.aslcrs on im.lcl B inactiiue, ex- perienrcl : ladles One sboc. Ilavid Bros. Co. Corp.. 317 X. High st.. second floor. SIT. MALE AND FEMALE (17) HELP MALE AND FEMALE (18) ALL-AROtWri cnok. not. over 35 for amall ho ld; g,.Kl h'tne all year rouiul; wife to assit or cliniuiierniaid. Ar-Plv after O A. M. t ISM ER'S, 42(1 Went Ixinglon street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE (31 tCnnllnwtl from Prrrettlnii Column) NOVAK-BUILT DOMES Tht vJltimat In Design and Coastruction $3,70C TO $17,000 The Frank Novak Realty Company Hamilton 4.180. GELSTON DRIVE $3,950 and up. JAMES KEELTT (BcJMer), 4200 EdmoDdson ava. GUmtrr 4211. A REAL BARGAIN In W'eat Baltimore near Ihe car. lint. Will M'll for Imlsnee due, 0 room cottage, slate roof, tile bat h, liotrwater heat, lianhvfHi.1 florirs, 2-rar garage. H ill take small brick how a part iiay-nieiit, llalance otiay tenns. WHITE SI45, SEN. .Kill ELMER AVE. Illanii.lenl ,Seiiiii)elachl ci4tage, 8 rmmia, 2 -car garage; only 11.250. I homp-. n A- Jones. Cal. 4202. Nithls. low). R. E. SALE OR RENT (32) BT'H.niNO ASSN. FORECLOSURH . 33(15 Ilrigliton st. 3IUII Woi.llra ave., with garago Call Mil. Fultli Wolfe r.f77 IHi32-W. " llnMEf.ANIt AttraetiTe home, reasonslile Lib. 70C2. R. E. FOR EXCHANGE (32) COlThK. whitr, man must be practiral larmpr ana wiif, anrKi nmispKreppr. 10 ne on i.aprn Nhnr fnrm. Write detail! of experience lomir., Hun HELP SALES & AGENTS (19) SELL Fresh Roasted Coffee to homes. Steady sale, good profit, sallstled customer, lour own hrsnd. 2nd floor 3113 S. Sharp st. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES (21) PREFERRED SERVICE, 441 Finitahle Rldg. MAIOS. conking anil housework. .. .JS-$12 week t I1II.H 8 Nl RSE, 2IM(lJcxt.. I2 week HiiCSEMAlli "iwhltel. niiari refined family- tfo, nl pay. ."ill3E. Baltimorest "j'l'lMS ' W ALfliKltT ill" n: Charles SI. rOCi'I.Es i2). eui. etiok: butler :Hl rnn. 1IORMAN SERVICE, fllll-4 Mui-.sev Bldg. MISS M.W.IIN'KV. Ktablibed 1017. INSTRUCTION 22) WRITING FOR PROFIT With a decrpflfe in afllaripn. tnntiy mftn nd wnmoii nre HwkiiiK a iiu-ana of MipplPinrtitme tliiir itKMnnPs. Why not try writincr TIip following rnurHi's afford an opiortunity to detolnp one's talent : MAGAZINE ARTKM.K VniTlNO 1n-strut-tnr, Mr. Rttiarl liilon. wiMant fiitor of niajziiift ffdifin nf .Sunday newijiaiMT. Articles t.i?H from f"i to 0(Ki. dopendiiiK on the iiiiblnation. writer and rharaeter of thp eoiitrihiH ion f'lnss uroMons. Fritfavn, 7-0 V, M. (SIHHrr-STOUV WIIITIN.; ItMniHnr. Mr. T. K. IdnnML, Mhraaum of all kinds offer a mnrkft, Clnss ursaiotis. 'luesdavs, 7 11 J', M. AnVKUTISIM; AM tA,KH LKTTFTt WIHThV; Instntftor, Mr. (ieorno T. Hortoeh. matiairer nf classirleii aflvertisinn of loeal uphs par'r. Palei Ipttrrs, e:if-iiy writtpn, tiring t't to $10. Claw aessioni, Wednt-ndava, 7 ! IV M. Coumph atart wppIc ol Jiehiuary 27. Fees' $5 a month per mump. , Write for rartlpulars. fitrayer, Rrant A Stratum tnllpffp. 18 N. 4'harlea Mrert. VWa f.fifl, EXPERT INSTRUCTION IN Hairdressing and Beauty Culture, SPECIAL COURSE, $45 Free Catalogue. Pay and K renin if Ctasaca VOGUE & WILFRED Beauty Systems "Tha Schools of Successful Sttidenta." VOOHR 232-.14 Prk Are. Cilrert 7.'l MI,l''ItKl). !)8 W. Islington St... Caltfft litm LHAKX B A l(B K Il"T I t A J ) E nt the Cily Bnrber Schools. All information A enrolling only at 1)2- K. Baltimore t. UAHTs Ei'jj TSCIU HI lB KA11TYCtil.TURE Cnl). write or phone for free cstalngue. Oharl en ft Tic I-'ave 1 1 e. Plfly a o4'i 4T. BALTO I'.CACTY SCHOOL. IIS N. Liberty tCal. Ol.'ili. Vrltefor Kreo Cutnlog. I.BAUN To'f'RlVn ANY MA K B I' Alt! Flat rate giwii Kl AM 1TI'.' C lverj. 221I7. t'KIt.SIINAL IiiKrllctlon I'igllsh lor tusinwF or eocial needs. MiitliemnliCi, etc. I hew, ll, ill VOCAI PIANO Young lady teacher. Radic tech. Il.iT. ere. PI in n eI At . 1 lOft . I.KAR.N TO IlltiVE BY HXPKRT. LOWICS'I' It ATK8. CA I.V KRT 17SU WI-:i.L PAYING S famllj ant. bmiw for farm. .tntrick or Coluin liia '"i.COX l'l. tiiioi. LUl-'lTY in 2-story biitiM (initirinortgagai lot lot or autn. 1 iil'.'ii s,in BFI.AIR nd Harford rd. honies. Can eichans LOTS CITY & SUBURBAN (34) T.riTS tin air. r k fK-a' it r i INTkR-ClVY'LANlV?' fH.min REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN (35) RTONKLBIOH EMIIHITKIN HuCSE ., H RNIMHBH BY re , Fi. T. XKWKM. A CO., for E. J, il.-CRAW A: SUV, BI'ILUERS S Bl II.T--2 Slll.ri SINCK JAX 1t THKHl;,S A RKANIIN!!! I N1V OWiT. ASHBf'!tto.'.v.14"TSM'5.Trri: i,r;ir j , ' n,',,'o urn-s, men natn, wood Hoor. oil burner; owner learinf citr 4iW). I.lll.l'll Court Sniire Rnil,lo, miHI flj.K. CKIHI.VIA AVKSrm. .,,4 i"-",i,'"""5 '"t""1"!'. lte roof; lot MUITS; ., (Ki(l ,n fee. Will finance. H. K. BBAZU.B, -14 r.. Lexincton alreet r ii :, ""'OK K.VIIIB1T HOMR V Lv.iili",,i,it,.S"r"E'' "'"' rr"f- TALBOTT A 'UoVf.AtlH1N'r,T0N-,,,'""l"il ' """?. j?Ai.ej'8hr. C0,L ALhi HiiI.ANO PARK Cottage. Il) room. 3 bath. HAHIVYJllI.ORf), 307 yPg Amsterdam Bldg! HA M I I.TON-I2.WO. OarageTTroSm.T ht. "ier heat; nr. car. Umlmnt H.n, jirh KII.i.lMi KTA.. R room hnmait h Apply Milton ,r. Ilance Co.. 'iWvin A SHU'l.kvrW., ii. & A. 4 wonderful baraina: nnreas. otrer jriiBM.JilscnPhSlf JiL.n!Aonicsjngcj;eraml HA M ILTON Buiignlow and garage, llU.'.Oiri f, Wm. A. Alban?! Harford rd. Ham :t.-j7 r 1 1 v P'l'-FiPK,7-A R0 B H' NOAI.OW " MAIS l-. A VK . FOR IvST PA RK. CA L. 7f $2 N.-,n ntlYS Oovans Collage, on.,,., j.,-itr garage, ni-j,. HlhH corner, fit euro N KW stone ami ltri(Cotfagy in Stoneleigh", ---.-:"L-".'m'.,Mtj;."oj , -Auneao ouo, N of lavlor. Hocfer Ontlselwlk l'l nn.m VISIT NflRTHWI'lD roc uoland Par Co Oyi-.ltItltllOK t(I. Beautiful ne. eon.. iarji,t,fwjiajBtjrgaJn.4n(K). Sun. HAMil .TON Beautiful bungalow- 'clase to ))amillnnCeiil er, W7..10. Bldr, Caltert 3 H-4 4(1)4 lliniUSiiN LANICr-6 rooms, plenty fruit: pared t lot 84i42l. 4.f)l)l) fee. Ham. 1021. Indfrldnal Rric Home Mb 07;it R. E. FARMS AND LANDS (37) TRICITY BAI'BI-TR SCHOOU Call or wile B17 K. Baltimnre t. Cal. flnr". PROFESSIONAL (23) ST FNOC, R A P 11 KR (Itinerant) aumvlying own n'aehine, 7,re. tcr hour. Mis. Shaw. Pla7.a4ltm DANCING Ur.r.R l'h. RD.. Nr. Reisterstovvn 7. A em. X'tgnuthldg. 1 1,850. KLKMM. Plan 4.144. cacii'a i. Vt '.rJm'." "untry Hcuea. CASH S Real Lalate Agency UWmlnatxr nil "yt'AND ft V K N SA . Kamia. Catalog,!, fre."! " " ' ni.n"i'fi rnrmnri n (24) CHARLES E. PATTEN Rxcliuif. school for beginners. 10(1(1 N. Broadway Private Icemms by appointment.. Wnlfe 21,-HI. IflNK'S I'riyale llalleo Studio, 70P W. Norlb Ave. Classes Mon.. Wed,, b'rl. A Sat. nighta. Private lemons day or night. Mad. H7.M LATI-.'.VI' STI-.i'S in Uillrooui ilancuig taught b) oiiug lady. pri.bcgiiuicni.MadHNxlK VIVIAN ritKY S pnr studio. Balroom and Up; qilick method. 1(111! Catbalral. VerjIMS-W CIII'KKY'S Walhn.k Hall. 2!KlO W. North ve Priviitc or class Irhsons any tune. Mad. 11111 I1A.HL It. WA I KINS. 1MI2 KCTAW Tnillim r,0 et Kri C P M Liberty , I.ACL ir,:i PATENTS (2S) FRANK B. WOODBN, KiccesKor H. 8. Brewing-ton A Sntl. Pat. Atty. Kit. lS'S. Preliminary advtc. given. 71 1 fxinitahle Blrjg, PL 2W1 OTIAP1M A. FERCIUSIIN. Psu Attv.. 2l:t til Paul Pt Pree advlee SO yrs etn PI. SfK'fl OiV'HAUIJ HKACa-CUoic. Lou. 4!- up. , iiiFi,i,onAi Lll Vernon lllim WAT BR FRONT lota and bungalow at Long I'mnt Winra eav4& T7,. L'liDo R. E. MARYLAND (41) STORAGE AND MOVING (30) LADlisS (61 in our sales dept.; aitecial Irainiiit; steady work; H) conaiuonsi to stari. au .,ot Hearst Timer lung LADY with unlimited phone to sell cal; com- niiasion basis, t.luv. ',sjiif WAlTItKSS. first. cIsm. on who i not afraid of work, iiirj) Aisquiin WOM KN. edneatdl, goo.1 anpros' li; wportunity to learn good business: l.t first year guaranteed. CommUsion and bonus. Hoi li.nO.f un. FltI-:.NCII binding miehine folders, ysniper and fancy .titeners. eipcrienceo on oonea hoe. Uaiid Bro. Co., Inc., 317 .N. High si., second floor. SITUATIONS MALE (15) ACCODNTAXT BOOKKBKPKR. thoroughly I1S.T W. North are. BAKKK. g'a.l .-ciaid hatel. all aroiuid; stead) or part lime, nolle ...el. BAKKR. first hand, all arcaind, gtnrral line ot goods. Ph, lie South Hi:wi. BOOKKKKPLR. gentf l 'ofllc. man: AI refer- etiies; lull orpaittiine.j,.iies. oit,-.,. CARPKNTKR wanl work, repairs or alteratiuia, alt kinds; AI mechanic, tail, iriil'.i. CHAI'I-'l-'KrR (colored), 2. Willi uniform. uants work any kind. .Mad. 017 I .). CHAl'KFKl'R. (white!, houseman or uretaker, ran cook; bc-ft refereme. l'Hl! ,'OJltl. CHA lFKijT It' '(l'"rl rldi' iw-iipui. pritate or tniek, e-ip.ile)herymsn.17iio Rskerst. CTlllKTiflrs?' ,,l' Kalian. Freii. A- American. ori.. el-lb restajilrant,irldplil7,j"i.Sun. ELKctlllCIAN Helper; seluK-letl eipcrience; will aecrpt low wacea. 11.Mll, Sun. GARDKXKIL single, white, vcgrtablm. flower. all around man; refereme. 212 N. Cariy st. HANHY colored mnii wishes work, janitor. cok. butler, hou.emsn and ehae.ffeur; beat Tef- erenees. 1421 Madron itp. MAN.-2K. cup., handy with loots, ran drive, wants woTkjJinrtnr Pmg honr.JJ2iiRtill. MAN de-ires pition: bsndy man: hs. esp. in prWcpg and shipping riet t. Wo. o;,i;h-v. flH NirMAN, 24. OKSIRRI POSITION in traffic rr shirping dept.; excellent Te4erence. Bo 110.17. Sun. KXPLRIKNf Kll. 'e. ran and r'-e trimmer wants work. C. Wilson. Ill", Aor leton st. KlI.II'INil. es Mrvue est:, an-s i')t-.,ti a--chs'tffetir. co, k or b'nler in tirnat. family;-Al referenee.. IK.".. Soil. NAMK Ylll ll SALARY Aecrtmlant lHi)l(ecir. cr,lits and collection , st et" 1 l'14'l Sue HELP MALE (16) COAL SALFSMAX. evpe-ieneed Apply S224 S H H.BI KM . RilAP. ir.fA. CMlkfor men's clnb, :fe to help in fc-t'-Vn. 10 live on o'a'e. Smt'l 2 room apt f im. No enddren. Moderate sa a'V. No con-i-letstion giien to anv api,'irsti"n iwn t-at toTtr-v refererif-e and a;e are gnen. Bv lltlT'i. a ,n J AM Tl lit wanted f atMrltcent h.-olt-. Rfttt free Attraefite S ror.'t). kit, 1-e a. ball,. l.antw.ird fi' rs for scttics llfOJI Son Ml N i2 K"R 4 STAB1 IIIKP 1 R " ATKINS Kim in rn"i" m rhi 1 r.. i,reef .ale. renn-T' trfit.on Coed rT to start. Fine rhane f.- alTanry ICn"' Anrly Ml X CH .RLE ST. 12 A. M. nAMPDEN TRANSFER AND 8T0RAGB Load wanted to Pittsburgh.... Feb. 20 8034 FALT.S ED. Dnlverslty flftlin. FREE MOVING to STORAGE M. B. SUDLER 502-4-6-8 W. REDWOOD ST. Plaia 0O4SI. Night plir.n Laf. ,140. FREE MOVING to "STORAGE SOUDER'S twl nd rrng lhatanee. Very Low Rlea, I N. Greene st. Cal. 2:'7.1; Mghla. Cal. tM,. BROWN MOVING CO., OIL. f,7S2. 1R2S W fini!ton at.: ,14-tnn vn. fl to B roovn n d pi a 1 1 nt 10 and TJ: atna II bad. 1. 3 ROOMS $4 month; a rotnn. $5. MII.I.KH STOKAUI'; I'll., l.i.iil fenna. ave. aaa. fi. IIAD WANTKP TO COLfMHCS. OHIO, r l-iBRI ARY "..Til. liil-MOIl ll--'l UKIPB llainillon HI7S Ivl moling rates. 4 rooms '.!. 11 rooms, yu; iiunsi. WD will give half pru-e on teturu load from North Carolina. Jlil. Ill, si. jar bok 1:116s. -est. me STORAO HA N HMoy 1 NO, 0 1 LMl IR 4IIR6. MIIVINIi" Iwal and ha g distance. 3.W) up. W M Dunharn "Kiln llarl.-m ate. Mad 7'.'I11 BltOAllWAY STORAGE C4I. Bwadwa y 1171. Nighta. Liberty .mail. A. j. I.AMANA. 3 room. S; 4 rooms. $-J; 6 rooms and i,iano.H. Ham. 117ii-W. CItT EnTIOCNT STOKAC.E Wbse Rusonsble and Krh heStorHge A Moving. Lniv Hl'-'i Fl! F ii'sievlng to Storsgs 3 monia. '). tt nd Piano tVi. Oracl Storage. Wolfe VM74. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE (31 147 X. IXZERXE AYF, ; cor.; sacrlfle.. Tern. HI lv,o - li;;;s Chfiricw are.- poreb front, tl waiP.-rih fiotit: nr. Kdmond.'wi ve. l ;I7' -lli.Pi W, Fsimiount are.; hot water neat. l;mi J a:, house. 1 . Haito. .oap. yl Iihi - Has garage. .Ur, S. U'podvear t. 7 SO wall, buys l.KI W. K-apklin. 2 ar. f 4MI luis s'orc front. W. Balto. st. WEBER Wa.limgton Blvd. Cal. 3101. S3.7.MI liliLEIELIi BLVD. - -lin k dayligl.t. tiled Iwth, l,ot-Vtater Ileal, l-ncolaire. a, reelis. slia-lcs., garage. PI. m;7h. lUevlt. r l 44 MNiKNAVK I'oreli from, -fred. ho water belt. g:l oo Birgam. Ver. 4'i.'i:i. A"er .", P M. Ij," :'.1'l MI ST Si, I L BUT N W. SEC IHW TlnOS PKWY IHll'BLE fiAHAOS lleaiitiful. Modem; Fngidiire. X:'2. 3(7. UAYNt'l! ATK., Nr. Ixnwood V'-story porch front. "(! down. $3 wk. Very reasonable. J H SA1SE Wolfe 34L.V TCI., N. BlTOAOWAY- 3 KToRY C. M II'EH. 3 E. LEX INj:TONST SL'.L'."S H4ii7 OlTl'ON r AYE H room, bath, lwo.l fir. : AI .s,jitin. Lib :)S14. A 11- SaiTlTtMI-TbT 7 vt 3fjtfj Winds" M l' rd E R N ISTT JSCRION Fes 7-" ir 07 " "-H7 Chiitn Si. (1 r--p 30 esi trn-en-es: AI cnd'Mon. Arnly -4-? Wilkeni. 417 N MILTON AVE O. R !: g-xd condition; Car;aini'd 11IK Bok-r.t SEW lT.:MF-3Ttr ttl.fiCX ELLERSI.1E S.VP VI EI.LER lNST CO l niv. 1 jj ?-, 7ru H 7 -1 in 7 wka. b-PMint r, -e- !ri wk 27'l blk I'irnsa . .1,17 W M I' LBF K R Y --' rwy. bath r.rfp-t cndit;rn; n term r si SMALL Farm. Balto. and Harford cnunti- I I", 'in'?'- 2 Wm( utin on Phil, r nir) VI,n ,.Cit''iy-,FKA?;K a- HAMMOND 0;AORK Farm .Shipley Hi)lt-S-room dwell. T-t'on. t?'! i. "2"? i""- l,re orchard: ,..,00; Jl iKin cash. hal. IS-yr. stnd ng mort-g,ig,t O01 NO. J.ll St. Paul pi, -a. gsiai. 3 iir!i.E5,H"'"'. .'a"JJ ri,'''' e"len; poultry ln'L-JL!L,Aijnj.12Jiii; 4 Ai'lllX gooil house, hot and cold waiter, nr. , anon co.; i.niai. llll.ll. Sim. R. E. WATERFRONT (38) BOWLKYS CHARTERS CHESAPEAKE BAI WM. II. lilSIN. ;i.'i7 St. Paiil PL Ver K7)I -A'-ltK LOT Mil ft. on water, abided, " Terms. Nr. Ft. Smallwood rd Cal "Mm a,,. SU K i.'RBEK 4-rooiu bungalow, eiectricril.oiJO ULNiJ ALOW tor safe at Riviera Beacb on e-'V' leruia. i none v.ivert ti.i;i.i MAKOATK Only 15 minutes from thmRrZZZ ,nn, i.,nu. yernon 01.11. I 'N' EH lilfST.ll.N.1 II CBA Y-Take " Al5iaoT3 . .'hJl I. -viminiain roan, rl. Htlft. 55 ACRFS. Westminster Pike, equipped. 14 BOO. "i-i'"n IM'. Plan grioa R. E. FOR RENT CITY (43) HOMES AND COTTAGES H1Trf tv-a B. J. FREDERICK & Bro., Inc. no vs. crrnga r. rnonca: Fl. 7317-1-1. 17:nV.hsler St. 174H Webster St. 173B Jsckson St. 1ni Jackson Bt. 1S23 Jack .on St.. A-l condition reduced rent. Phone nana (SIM between Band IJ. 1101 WELDON Sun parlor, hot-witer heit.30 -oo ui.iim.h o rooms, j-orcli. steam beat.lo 25 MIRTH EAST REALTY CO.. 21. -i N. Cilvert r., 2nd floor. Calrert. -tor.5. Kvemnr. Laf. SS33. SIS W. 33KII ST fl large room and bath". larze front poreh; front liwn. Urge vard- re-coturitioutd: -7 r ier inn. Apply 1IO.N-ARI H ItEA I.TY CO. l'l. TW 3516 YORK ROAD Tery DesirsMe. Ansnced for 2 Apta. PHONE CALVERT 4244. 13.13 GORSUCII AVE. StfTip front T.'W-h. iUvliirhf hotu Onnmita the ( itv rolleue. rimite 1.IBKKTY 64M. $4 7?. W I" K I ' 11 I i r i st i a n St. 2-itorj. 6 r-iKs. fta'tnr. l;h, as; smooth street; fln i'uiiiitifn. Apply 31'J... I(MA1.K, I- i,tnr Terrace Six roonn. iifw bruk dwcllinti; etrace. V. li FKKGU son rn.. Jim J;. VipMtit t. 4710 AMHKHLKV ST. rnrch froiit. 3 lifr-Mtiaii. All modfm rnn- Tni-iire. Agpnti on pfpmi' or rill. liil. 4-11. Blilt'K I A V r.l . HT ST KA M HEAT $32.50. tuv-.iwl fl.. til bflfh. VIM'KNT. I.IB. 1220 S. HIGHLAND AVE. WHh jr without garage: reasonable. PL 'JM. P.) Eltl.ER A V E.. .'1711. at 470fl blek Reistcri-Irevn Rd.--M,irdw-"vt fltHws. fteam heat; $30 month. Calvert XT.T.i $2 PER MO. 747 K Preston st 3-torT t m-mi and batn. i. A. UtSLMtiU ft BUS, Hll Eidellty Building. EOR RENT New house; low rent: all conveniences: all section of city. Arrpig 230 W. lsmgtcn St. 81S N. YINi'lTNT ST. iColoredl K.50. li rooms; gix.l rvpair. Olrert 4oii. HAMILTON SEC Semi -bungalow, sniiu to-rrll rd. 5 rooms, bath. I'lo. Plaza 7340. E PRISloN 2 li" . hot-witer heat il9 iiaKler ave.. T rooms: aii mo. i niv. 144 W4I RRfMIK : '.c tn EEglilh tjit keae. CaU iULLER. PL 132S. ISi N cattle sr. ou wk. S rooin. bath. Hilmor 6l".. Pli'i C4"i. BELAIR RlV. 4.THH Niebolls Ave. Attrlctive. (r,,ms:modeni. Siebbins-Anderson. Tm. 3233. ONLY tl WHy.. SL'3 X Monroe St. room. twin, garage : go,i con'iit'on. lerl. .wiii, ?SToHt Hi'l'SKS niR RENT. (YM CO Bai.o Trim Blic, 1111 N. BEN'TAI.oT STMlern home. ro,n. ratb.reawwiablc. Aprly 1107. Lib. 1041'. tliE j.sNrVAT.E ST a room.; eicelicng ewi-litirn: S fimilles: 1Q mo. Mldison IIHI3. ?J13 LINPFN AVE BATH. IJO Mil. CBI. W. l.INOSAY fON. 112 X. Pica tt IP. POPLAR liROTE ST.. near NV-rlh a. e rotiro bo,isc: veavnale. Mad SI?. r V 3TH ST. (Kes &i2 ) roou. ba'h nratrh. ga-age. Rest::, fill c 'lock over 3!"h St. feoolcurd. It B PTE CO. Calvert 1174. CORNER not'SE Kl? N K.M-s St T mema, . f-,rt ivp-ii l,lern. Key -Qi Itnworvi lSlt CLIKTON AVE Vers rsTvN 2 itory, 1 rr.s: r cr,'f1is'n. Ti .1r2 I (Continafi on i'eit Paff)

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