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thtbtiehed erery day m the year toy The WiA
tngtoo HaraJd Qompaay at O-O Eleventh Itrwv,
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Teieph.o* Exchange?Can Ma2s S3?. C*
liBMtnu: i4>gtiajaiuU ut for Brand* 0.
Mamber Audit Bcreaa or Clrculsticn.
Wanted Help ..
^ acted SitudoDt...,.
Wanted Boon and Board.-..,
For R?Dt Boom.
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ra* a. a bkkwxth special agency.
*?w Yotfc Office..?.-.? ?...T*ibuni. Bid*.
??> Office. Tr?b*n*e Bid?.
MOott Office ....? 429 Ford B!dg.
St. Loul* Office. TfcL-d Nfttfonal Ba&k Bid*.
DISCHARGE PAPERS OF WTLL
iam Odes; finder jiaase return to BOX 601.
Hemld office. acZl-3t
k?T-A BLACK HAND PTBSE. OONTALH
_ k* icm money. ft bsck check and gcrern
n*-c^ P*aft iboat 5 j, a. Wadrieeday on
fleer A eery liberal reward will be
cam who is to need ot the rooc.ey. 3TT
(CamillaIn at. r.w. Apt. C? Phor.e ?7f?-W.
tOST?MONDA Y EVENING ON MOFNT
Rainier car, black pocketbook containing roll
of bills. key* photograph and o^her articlea
Ptease return to BOX 1SL. Hyxttsrille. Mi. or
phcne Hyattarille 314-W. Reward. au2l-'lt
A DBJVEK COR POHD FTRXITTRE Dt
ttnrr trot Apply n T ?. m, iS X
MEN WANTED, WHITE ONT.Y -EARN S3
to J8D weeta!y. Ri?e above small salaried posi
tiana Our thorough. individual. ir.structic?n in re
pairing and driving of automobiles wil! fit you
for ft good position. The demand for eV'auffenn
ftnd mechanics cannot be suppLed. Unl-mited
ctxme at small cost. Day and evening classes.
Tools ?nd equipment fr*?. Gall, phone or write
for particulars NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE
COLLEGE, 9th and O sta. nw. North 1319.
MAN TO ORGANIZE CREW TO SELL AR
ticJe of merit. Call mornings. 52 Franklin
Bank Bldff. au21-3t
WHITE BOY, 1V-13, TO~WORK IN DKl'G
store: permanent; re'ererce-. BOX 703. lier
i sld office. au23-3t
C ANTED? PAINTERS. - 25. " AT
once. Apply 1011 9th St., nw.,
R. K. FERGUSON. au20-3t
WANTED ? CARPENTERS: AT
once, only mechanics need apply
R. K. FERGUSON. 1011 9th st..
?AT MAKK'l AND HELPER. TOO 9th ST.
n? RtHiM j
HELP WANTED- FEMALE.
WANTED ? FOLDERS, EXPER
ienced on book work (20.)
HA^AVORTH PUB. HOUSE. 629
G rt. nw. au20-2t
' V A N I K I? - THREE WHITE WOMEN ~TO
? rrom of bakery. Apply HOLMES
y NXERY - 7 V .t nw v.jv5t
help Wanted?Male and Female.
V ANTED -LAOY AND GENT Tt> WORK IN
i r-a-.cewioa; >-mith Shows, a. L. HEEP. Alex
*? v? ao^> 3c
For Rent?Furnished Flats.
? >ZY FL\T OF FOUR COMMTJNIOatTN*G
V:i?rhenette ir.cbided; separate fl.x>r;
??hin walking distance of ail departments; nice
ar- rooms; v\V. rent reasonable. 210 Ind.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Spl : 3t -T. NW ?FRONT ROOM, M PER
A POSITION AS PORTER OR JANITOR.
.Vddreas 13 Defrers st. nw. ao2l-lt
PfWiTION A9 CHACFFETR BT RECENTLY
discharged soldier either with private family
or on a truck. TeL CoL 9023. Q. W. KILLLAN,
t?etw<??n 6 and T JDI Kenyoo st. nw aol9-lt
;ht work. * to :z?. rdttently di=C
'-.arzed yo*ing army off"*r; clerical preferred;
expert switchboard operator. BOX 713. Herald
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WANTETV-NTOHT WORK of any kind
by steady young married mar.; 12 a m. to S
m. preferred. Address "WORK." 1(0 Ky.
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BONORABLY DISCHARGED SOLDIER Em
ployed as clerk-typist in government derart
nent desires erening employment, preferably in
eal estate office, with opiortunity to lemrn busi
leas. BOX 660, HeraJd office. aul-tf
BLEOTRICLAN S HELPER?EX-NAVY MAN
gnxions to learn electrical biisineas. 23 K
<JOUNO MAN 19 YEARS. JV9TT Dis
charged from ^the ^nny. wants position as bell
'boy. or etancal position; good education- ?reiiy
l 4 competent. Address BOX TOO. Herald office.
nevada s latest big gold discovery
Aon:d interest >ou; fml infonnaticr. can be
ftad from Q-cai agefitj. Phone Main 4501 iioom
UMB. Oontinenta: Trust Go. B'.dg 9 a. m to
l?? p. m. NORTH A LIGON nJlV6t
3TAM PS?COLLECTION V. S. AND FOR.
"i*n; also odd lots ftnd original envelopes.
Cftah. Roota 306 1413 O At. nw. aui9-6t
ITQC CAJiT HIDfc IOUH AI) IN fit*
clas?Ced columns?for there isn't a hidioj
l^iace there. Tbe?? ads axe KtwAD. mcti3*-tl
VILL O?LL IN MY UN.JC1TKUD AUTT>
motale. aty or suburban, and p?> yon high^..
? roc laajee'. gentlanen'a, chtidren i dis
clothing, of all d.wen ptions. Adanss
al or phene. I will caiL E. RIOK. 13^3 . to
North 1755. '.*M- W
Srx PIECES. ?MAI.r." DINi.Nb TU>0\1 CAR
pet, table. iDQuire 205 Upshur st_ nw. au2D-3t
>aS BEDROOM SET: LADY'S DESK;
three small rig*, mission docks; single bed,
fspring and mattress; oak dresser; toilet ware.
?iO0 11 th st. nw. BOOKSTORE. an3X3t
toLD HALL SET. CON51 STING Or WALNUT
\ hallrack, hatrack and two chairs. 5D9 nth st.
f,SlOr L<n E liOOD HEALTH? JtOC CA_t
[ have it. Call st 1728 7th st. nw.
1 OLD INDIAN HER3 REMEDY SHOP.
i804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
jVER 30 YEARS ????<????
i Health to You if You Suffer
_ Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism, (Joostit*
Pilsa. Throat, Lungs, Brain. Heart. Blood
Skin Diseases, N?rw*? Dsbtlity. Kidney
m. Bladder Ttowbie. Spsciflc Blood I'oi.
_ ttupcoos, CTcers. and All Private Di?
i Cured for Life by Safe Methods.
Low. Medicine Furnished.
ije Waking, Room for Ladies
Baying, Selling or Renting
USE THE WANT ADS
wanted-house near Walter reed
Hoepital; tlx or eight rjoms, modern; stats
location, price. W. H. FOX. ?B Whittisr
st. dw. ao2i-3t
WANTEP-HOCSB NEAR WALTER RJCHD
Hospital; tlx or eight rooms, modern; state
location and price. W. H. POX. 8Cfl Whit
tier st. au?-3t
FTVE TO EIGHT ROOM UNFURNISHED
hones not later than September lfi. in District
or iuburtH| D. T. BLASE, 159 R. I. are.
bj the District or <'?luisl)U.
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE T
Are 70a In badness!
tiadam D'Ashman wil!
advise 70a as she u
Sea Madam D'Ash
?ad Ian *002 e
thine te roar ad race.
" *f erery U>re u
J?. ?? frt*n <m who ii gtftad with
the hither po**, obB^mtioo. One who
. * 1210 wr BtM- ?nJ can foraea
copfident is Madam D'Aehman th?t gv,
can oonrinoe even the most skeptical that *h*
-as guaranteed MUst'ic^oa to anyone having
LICENSED BY THE DI3T\_ TOT OF
Room 33. 1301 G Street NY'.
Guarantees to reed your entire life. past. pre?,
ret and future. She ask? no question*, but be
fore jr.O utter a word she tell, whet you called
for. names of friend*, enemies; tell* how to
earn *nce?s in bu*in***. bceith. coirt*hip. mar
ria^e. dj?rrre tell* you what part of the world
v?Ul he piccesrfjl for you; adti** how to cam
and hold a rood position; she tell* If the one
yoa lottj true cr fal#e Are you in trwb.ef
Lfo >ou find trie one you ::a*e bestowed you*
IT/* *Dd aff?ctio? ?- * ing cool and in
flirTerert toward you? She will remote ail ob
stacles and tell you how to win and hold th*
one you desire. She reunite* the separated, lo
rates ahuert frienjs or relatives. Reading* J!.Oil
3oe sft knTH Street northwest
Private I'arlura. Opjx Haas * Ox
I ? ie3-tf
MRS. BOSWLLL "
j PALMIST AND CLAIRVO\ VNT.
' Give, ad rice on business matters. ove, health
? and family affairs; tell* if the one you lore 1*
! trie or false. what part of the country is luckiest
i to you. what to do to be sueceesfil in life. Gives
you date* and fact*, tells you what has passed
! In !l/e- *Cfl what is happening, without asking a
j cuifle question. She d??* not tell to plea*, but
: reads just as the hards indicate; tells you the
pianets yon were born under, the lucky and un
.ucky pianets, when ar.d whom you wiU marry;
I settle* and explain* love, family trouble, mar
| riage, divorce, health. :*wsuita, speculation*, In
vestment*. transaction* of all kinds. In fart, no
matter what your hope, fear or ambition, come
To noted palmist and flr.d help. There ii
> no us? for anyone to be unsuccessful cr unhappy,
j No matter what the cause, h<*r ad rice remote* all
trouble. She guarantees satisfaction. Reading*,
; 5. CO. 710 7th st. nw. between G and H sta
The gifted palmist and clairvoyant. Can ad
1 vnse business, family affairs. lov? and marriages.
' Can tell you the name of future husband or
j wife. Can tel*. you the secret of being succ***
] ful; how to avoid trouble and how to avoid edJ
: :Lnuence. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge.
I Entra.ce 5G9 "th ?t. ^rst
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT
| 81? F STBEIIT N. W
, Guarantees *o read your entire life. p,At, pre*.
' ect *nd frrture; giT** t.Tie advice on business
lore, health and familv affairs; tell* the name
I of your future husband or wife; and whit to
do to be successful in life; one vi*t will pay
you for your many disappointments in other*;
j she will rem ore tn <- betac?-* and tell you how
; to win and hold the one you deere- *he give*
? drice on *11 important affair* of -.i^; rrading?
II W; no one in trouble turned away money or
no money ^
Gifted clairroyant *nd medium, caa be no
I "?ltM on *!l of life. Where other* fall
?fce ?ucreed* Her advice is gond. try her No
| g-ieo wrrk or queatious asked: wh*t she ^s and
tel.* comes true. Satisfaction guaranteed Of
< flee 721 11th st. nw.. two door* north, of Palai*
Rpv*l *tnre- Houra. 11 t a to i p na. fai^Ot
OLD AND ilELlABLB
I -the Gti*7 wonder, who hu tr?el?l mjot er
ter.M'elT re?d:r.? and ccn?incing hejord the
! f h">^ 7 " ,c"* "<^atelT Into
the '?rth?t deaths of s human har.d and read
the moet debcate and ahin,?d ?r],
:fe. A descendant of that famous Gypgy queen.
, Zelia, who. more than a cehtury ago, read the
1 hands of the crowned heads of Europe and more
than convinced and woo the praise of being (the
| '?5Tey Wonder) the moat celebrated palmist.
Madam Zella has practiced reading the mv?
| teries of the hand airce a girl of 15 years and
| has been taught and enlightened by the best and
moat noted old and young of her Gyp*y race and
being a woman fi5 year* of age is without a
doubt a Gypsy wonder. Call and be conrinced
Satisfaction guaranteed. PI3 7th st. nw.
" "CEALO PARKER ~ 7
| Are you In trouble? Save time and morey by
consulting a natural-born clairvoyant that Difine
Provider.ee ha* aeen fit to hies* with remarkable
talent*: she a*ks no qiestion* but w>:i tell you
j about business, love or mamigee. and what to do
to be successful In life; overcome evil influence;
' give luck days and number*; you will be wiser
| and happier after seeing her; satisfaction or no
; char?ea; readings. $L 12U B *t. nw.; between
I 12th and 13th st*. aud-90t
Read* your life from cradle to grave; her pow
*r* are wonderful; indisputable advice; clear In
formation concerning love, courtship, marriags
and divorce; both rich and poor dad counsel I
equally beneficial and interesting; you are wiser |
a^d happier after consulting her; satisfaction
gua.-*nt*?d; permanently located; hours, ? . ?
to 9 p. m.
?* PA. AVE NW.
Palmi*ry la a recognlaed science, and
bItooenI as one of It. jreatiM Him
dred* viM. this remarkable woman daily com
plete reading* with accurate description* of what
your hand foretell* only $1. heception perl or na
rcrner at tth and O nw. Entrance 6?Jh ?t.
Hours. 10 a. m to 8 p. m. ^
S'oWri clairroyant and pulmi*. OI?ei adrlre
on husm^o matters, lore, hajth. and famjl, *f
(ain. Tells name of your futnre hu?f*nd or
wife, telli if One T<*1 low la true or falae What
J pert of tbe country Is luokioet to you. Wliat to
do U> bn luccMrful In Lfft 136 New York are.
J rfw. Next door AO Masonic Tfemple. R<n4v
LIGHT ON ALL PROBLEMS,
Readings by appointment, Q. Type
written forecast*. >5 up Prank Theodore
Allen, Director. Astrological Research 80
dety, 105 E nw. Phone Franklin 6622.
ASTROLOGY IS NOT FOBTUNT3
EXPERT ELECTRICAL MEl
chanje. Specialist on Lighting
system and door bells." Phone
columbia 8675. aul7-7t
Washington's Favorite Adviser
PROF. MARCUS LA MAR
SIcmt remarkable reader of human destiny of
the present aye tell? your name h> full. also fall
name* c4 husband, wife or sweetheart; reveals
your tnnermoet secrets, help* yrm to gain
your every desire: brines about marriage with the
one yon <o?e. afcd fires nerer failing help and
sdrlce on business, 'aw suits or any affair of Ufa
Call today; he will surprise you
1220 G St. N.W.
Phrenologist and Basin** Adviser
If yoa wQold be successfal srt'l
J happy. "Know yourself!** Through
the sriecca of Phrenology you a?.
I become acquainted with your betto:
nature, you can know what you ar?
best fitted ft*.
I Standing ft* and shore the ma
E Jortty of Phrenologists La Madame
J Vaate, who. from birth, hae beet.
I ; "Assessed of rery umumal psychic
I ix?wer. and is the poseewor of many
a mystic secret of the sncienta
Her time?y advice hae prevented
Satisfaction, or no charge.
Hours: 9 a m. to 9 p. ni.
825 14th ft. nw.
Phrenologist and Businesn Adfiser, tfvre truth- i
ful ad rice on a* affaire of life.
She was bom with strange and remarkaWe
prvwer-power not meant to gratify the Idle ca
rious, tut to direct, ad rise and help men and
women who aro in trouble and doubt concerning
which step to take in life to better themeelrea
Before undertaking anything of any importance,
consult one who can properly adTtse you. Good
sdrice, in time, often aares much anxiety and
trouble. Consult her today. Tomorrow may be
Adrice on Health, Lore. (Marriage, Business
and Mining Venture*.
No one in trouble tamed sway.
Sees erery one
:i 13 14th St. N. W.
i Office hours, 9 a m. to 9 p. m.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
AND STORAGE CO. *=?j
I NORTH 3342. N. 3343.jfc^K~23
I LONQ-DISTANCB moving.
ABSOLUTELY KIKEfROOK STOKad ?
| Hoium. B sod up. Morlnt ?nd ^
CN1TED STATES STOKAGE OO
It. p.. ft.oo. M.ln 13 ?n<l rttnklln iu,
We furnish large padded ran* and c
[ to handle your goods.
PACKERS of furniture, pianoe. cHnV brioa
i S}c- E*P?ieD?ed men only.
SH^PINQ to sll parts of the world.
t w? T ?:\G K l0r '?nutur% p?ano^ and House
. QOjd gooda
' Ka H 8t. N. w. M,l? xx
1 REFRIGERATORS & ICEBOXES.
Refrigerators, Tee Boxes
_ 1HAT ARE SUPERIOR
.if? Refrigerator on.
61 1 F St- N. W. Franklin 2757
OFFICE OF THE WMMlSSIoVng^oFTHB
District of CVtumbii, WiahiDcton, D C
rsSSl VSr;'LED f'WPoSSs .111 ?
receir^d ?t this oOce nntil J o'clock. D ?
Awua S. IT.}. .M ,h? ^
^.Dr't?TJreCO"TCd frrxn ?xrb^- "U?et?4
?Z* Commoners. D. a. frora September L
?919. to and including November SO. 1919. Blanl
forms of proposals, specifications, together with
lnf??*tlo^may be obtained from the
CrueT Clerk o. the Ehgineer Department, Room
427. District Building. LOUIS BROWXLOW
W. GWYXN GAitDINER, C. W. KUTZ Oon>
missions D- C. anl5.18.13,19.20.21
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL-BE RECETTED
? Chairman of the Board of Awards De
partment of Agriculture, Washington D O
until 2 p. m. August 28. 1919. for furnishing and
installing in the Department Power Plant at
Washington, D. C.. a breeching and covering for
wne. between two WH. P Stirling boilers, and
the chimney now being erected. Specifications
may be obtained on application from the Chair
man of the Board of Award*. Department of
Agriculture, Washington. D. C. aul9-4t
Arceuories and Repairing
USE THE WANT ADS
Before Baying or Selling Your Aato.
<tl PER - PER
$ 1 HOUR - MAN
All Makes cf Cars
By Expert Mechanics
0*iboo Reroored by Oxyyea
Ford Authorised Series
Workmsnshlp OuarsnteeA (
H. E. HOWES
1410 First Street N. E.
Phone North 3*1
AUTOS FOR SALE.
"CALL PIERCE. WEST W.?
Quick sanicr. $1.50, $200. $2.50 per hour; twelve
Hocks. 60c; dty proper, 75c. au3 90t
| Schools I
SCHOOL OPEN ALL. SUMMER
WHAT IS IT?
DOCTOR of PHYSIOTHERAPY
NURSES. WAR WORKERS. Any
one qualified can become better sit
uated In life, mentally, physically
and financially. Double your In
come. ENROLL NOW for fall classes.
The Walkrr Technical College,
Phonr, Kenol* IlldfC.
Prnnklln 8477. Washington. I>. C.
UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
? llrtrlnn r?.Mh Year Sept. 2-4, 1910
' Member Aitfi'n American Law Schools
Strict standards. Instruction by
most approved methods. Maximum
credit by other law schools.
Forenoon classes, 9 to 11. will be
Afternoon classes 5:10 to 6:50 and
j optional early morning classes for
Secretary, Masonic Temple^ M. 4540
National Y. M. C. A. Course
Decree i.rantlnp Power*
New ClasKes September 1st.
Oldest Accoviftting School in City.
re Y. M. C. A. &??
PlKST GRADE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMI
natkms fc-r clerks August 20. 22 and September
13. Tuition for entire course for these examina
tions, $5. The CIVIL SERVICE PREPARA
TORY SCHOOL, sc. cor. 12th and F at*, nw.
Franklin T30. au&3X
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
-wfH rid y>ur home of roarhrs. ants, waferbugs.
ard bedbug*. Will exterminate roaches In your
horae. Sold by drug?ii?lft or A. M C. CO., 941
N. T. sre. Main 2062. au!-90t
~ TabineT niaker
I can repair and re-flni.?h any piece of furni
ture you ha?e. itg condition does not matter.
Oolor changing a specialty. My price is rea
?onabl* and all work is guaranteed. Drop pontai
and will call, or phone Fr. 1598- ABE MABCT7S,
1015 Nesr York a*e. nw. iu30-90t
. MIRRORS REPAIRED
Mirrors reail?ered equal to new. New mirrors
j to order. Drop card, will call
THE MIRROR SHOP,
j M B. BROTSKY. Prop. 1125 F st. nw.
. A SOMEWHAT UNUSUAL BUT A SOCND
' argument is a bunch of gnrxl \elret caah and
it' clenchthe deal in a big hurry and so we
buy and pay best for ladies' and men's worn
clothing and you send for oiur buyer and that's
the way to get the cash. Main 4145 JUSTH'S
OLD STAND. 619 D anil It
LIBERTY BONDS AND WAR SAV
INGS STAMPS BOUGHT
We Will Also Buy Partial Payment
CENTRAL BROKERAGE CO.
Central Bldg., Room 15, NJnth St. and Penna. Ave.
Note?By bringing this ad you get 10c on each transaction extra.
?the motor car diagnostician; ninety-day guar
antee on all auto repair work. 1341 W st. nw.
Phone North 2360. an! W
TIRES VULCANIZED AMD UETAIRED.
MIKE UAl.it CO., 612 10th ST. NW.
Make that car look liie new. We can pro?*
that it can be done by tiring
Central Auto Supply Co.
mw Pa. are. nw. Phons Main CM.
W? bey, eedl and exchange old tire*. PLA2A
AUTO SUPPLY CO., #91-40) Mm ars., PhoM
Ktanklia <821 )aM06
We Paid for S.V) Bonds
Victory 4M per ceot... $50.00
?Itfc 4V4 Prr crnt... *in.no
Sit 4H p*r rrnt H7.no
lit 4V4 p?r rrnt ?4?.rw>
2d 4 prr rrnt MS.SO
1st 4 per cent.. *46.82
1st 3H P?*r cent $40.73
In addition to these prices we
pay full value for Liberty Fon<l
coupons due. Interest paid up to
date of sale.
We buy *100. $500 and 11.000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We Alf.o Hut Part Paid Card** nnd
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Without going through the usual
No check* used here; nil trans
action* apot canh.
Liberty Bond Exchange
Open Dally. 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
915 Penna. Ave. N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOME! TO LOAN-OSO TO fc/.O.W ON D. O.
real estate. Sereral trait fun da. All u*n?
actiona coed acted w?iii economical conaideraUus
WM. B. ?ACNDER8 & CO..
Southern Building. ?T 15th r nw.
MONEY Tt> LOAN uN CITY REAL ESTATE
at current ratea of interest. TYLER A
RUTHERFORD. INC. ?1T '3th at. nw ap2?-*t
WATCH lUE CLASHIKftD COLUMNS run
rnaences ot the irowtto of this aty. T&u
(cay Mem ilk* an odd auggestioo?but It
Appropriate Funeral 'Token*
Artistic?expressive?in expen are.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
J^rompt auto delivery serrlca.
BERKELEY.?Departed this life Au
gust 16. 1919, at her residence 1605^
Third street northwest. JULIA
SCOTT BERKELEY. beloved
mother of Frances Butler. Mabel
Minney, Julia C. Reynolds, Pearl.
Leona, James and Delia.
Funeral from her late residence.
Wednesday, August 30, at 2:30 p. m.
Joseph Shirfey Brenner. 5 months, SL Arm's
Marshall Dyer. 21 yrara. Emergen^ Hospital.
Mamie Roaa. 22. Columbia Hospital.
(Iraco Proctor, 7, Children's Hospital
Mary E. Thompson. 81, Home for Aped and In
Lsear Johnaon. 68. 100 N at. er.
Hdelin Bowen. 2 raoc., 1306 1st st. tr
Andrew Washington, 4 man.. Children's TToipL
Paul and Dolly Taylor, girl.
Wade H. and Helen L. Skinner, boy.
Isadore and Jewue Rosendorf. girL
Jeremiah J. and Olie A. Quinn, drL
Charles W. and Hardline W. Mann. boy.
John J. and Catherine E. McCarthy, girL
John A. and Hyson A. McDonald. girL
Morris and Annie Herman, boy.
William R. and Annie E. Fitzgerald, boy.
Thomas and Annie M. (lancy. boy
Charles V. and Graf e S Rarnnm, boy.
William and Isabel Whit ted, boy.
Benjamin H_ and Mary Taylor, girt
Joseph and Sarah Spriggs, girl.
Hugetie and 'Mamie Shellington, gfrt
Wm. H. and GeraJdine Jones, girl.
Everett I> Wilson, 29, of Washington, and
Sarah E. Haydn, 18, of Pomonkey. Md. The
Rev. H. T. St/rraison.
Pred G. Warren. 38. of New York, N. Y.,
and Viola B. Matlacfc, 28. at Washington- "Hie
Ret. E. Wflfley.
Geivrpe IVuc. 21, and Viola Ellis, 18. both d
Washington The Rev. W Williams.
William E. Beier, 25. and Irene ^L Williams,
23. both of Washington. The Rer. M. P. J.
Edgar L Curtis, 28. and Annie M- 21.
both of Griffith, Vs. The Iter H. Pcliroedw.
Luther O. Stine, 32, of Needmore, West Vs..
IS RAIL COUNSEL.
Atlanta.?Underwood la leaving
hit home here to take up his duties
a.6 general counsel of the United
States Railroad Administration. He
was formerly assistant attorney
and Ida, ft. Spald. of Cococrd. We* V*. The
Km. 41 O. Clark.
G?orff? M- McOann, 3&. of New 0#tle. D?L.
'? and Lrdla A. TTvcn. 24. of BL Paul. Minn. The
Rrr. R. E Bnwninj.
CThaiter O. Embrer. 2t. and Bc.lah Manow.
18. bnth of Washington. The R*T H- r
Cmrp I* G*?. 2?. of Waahinxtnrr-, and Alice
| L. F^rnham. 25, of Payette, Idaho. The It*'.
, J. A. Voll?xwelder.
' FMwlr C Smith. 3. of WlllWea, N- IX ^x?d
| Mvpr?t A, Oawfafd. 3. of Irwitm. Ohio.
I The Rpt. a W. Moorman
M<yer L? Bod*. 23 I'.alumara. Md.. and
Edythe n?rhmiui. IV of Waahinftna. Tha
PI Landse Hrwrrr. ? of Ror^lUm. Pa. ?*<J
Ttorave A. Dixon. 25. of Waahioffeoa. The
I Rrr. H. T ^termem.
John F TVilmot, J), and Marr I* 28,
both of Waahintfxm- TTie Y>* E J. Ma^raih.
Oscar E <>Tter. 22. of Ewtf Falla C2inrcL,
I Ya.. and FlnOra <"V Hawtina W of
Va. T*.c Rev W. T IVmn
Charloe H. *Johnaoa, 23, and dar C. T^oroaa,
! 19. both of Waahinfton. 'Hie !>*? 8- Milkr.
! FIRST DIVISION
fO PARADE HERE
Washington will witness a parade
: of the First Division of regulaj-s.
' commanded by MaJ. Gen. E. F. Mc
Glachln. about September 1?. the
War Department announced yester
Men of this division will beirln to
arrive in this country abont Aurust
! 27. They will po to Camp Merrltt
I and Camp Mills to await the as
' sembly of the whole division for
i their first parade in New York.
The regrulars will be brought to
j Camp Meade for a day or two of
| rest before they parade In Wash
ington. They will return there for
i discharge. Tbe divison Is composed
j of 2S.000 men.
Wilson's Guard Denies
Charge of Misconduct
Albert Peck, attached to the Pres
ident's bodypruard. denied yesterday
* the allegations of misconduct made
In the petition of Mrs Irene Peck
for an absolute divorce.
Peck's answer, filed In the Dis
trict Supreme Court, declares that
I he made futile e?? rts to regain his
wife's love and on .May 15 they sepa
He admits having an apartment in
! Georgetown but denies ?t any
thing Improper occurred ? -e. At
! tornev Thomas W. O'Brien appears
Brisk Buying Marks
Sale of Army Blankets
I Sale Of army blankets continued
I vesterdav at Twelfth and E streets
: southwest when 1.0? blankets were
I Orders have been received from tne
| war Department to continue the sale
j until further notice. Hours are from
I 10 a m. until 4 p. m.
French Alarmed Over Fate
I. Of Balloon, Africa Bound
Paris, Aup. 20.?FVench alarm over
the plant airplane. Gol.ath. Increased
! today, no word from the machine hav
ing been received here since It passed
over Portetlenne Saturday on its way
to Dakar. Africa. It was feared today
the Goliath had been blown out to
sea or was a victim of the tornado
which already has destroyed the aero
drome at Dakar.
Japan Seeks "Higher Life.
Tokyo.? Jap%n Is reaching for "the
hipher life." Tokonami, home minis
ter has been Riving dinners to re
j lipi'ous workers ? Christian, Shinto
| Buddhist?and leaders of thoucht. at
! which tho development of national
ideals has been the chief subject for
Physician* have long known the I
soothing power of music; but It has
remained for psychologist* to trace
the relationship between sound and
its response In persons and In ani- j
mala, so that we now know Just how
individual combinations of sound, i
such as the various major and minor
chords of the scale, affect people of I
different temperaments and In differ- j
*nt states of health. This idea is at )
the bottom of "Heartsease." the Gold- I
wyn plcturlzatlon of Charles Klein's
memorable play of the same name,
which will be presented at Crandall's
Metropolitan and Knickerbocker
theaters beginning today.
The application of the known rela
tionship between the nerves and mu
sical pounds Is shown In the picture
when the hero, who has been partial
I ly bereft of memory by a blow on the
head, gradually regains control of his
mental faculties upon hearing his own
It Is now well known that the nerve
NEXT WEEK AT THE
oowiwraD no* ictx*
dellfhtful lau*fctng hit* h? th? 6***
roi? since hU enrolment undj
I Metre banner. On Thorny ?***
day. Emmy W.hlen wW
the stellar position on the bill *t uie
j Knickerbocker In A ^a?r ,
Friend." one of her
, vehicles On Sautrday ?nfr.-U'
Ray and Elinor Fair will be the Plc"
Cred star. In "Be a UtU. I
j thoroughly amusing comedy-drama.
i Crwndall's * F1*kt " w
At CrandaTT* Theater today^tfce
' Peace of Roaring rvi vc?.
. Pauline Frederick. This "hject has
1 silent drama. Beginning
,nd continuing through Saturday
frandall s will off atronK
Fight." a stirring story of a ?tro^
I man s regeneration In r
! stellar role Is taken by Duatln rar
J num Chief In the star's support U
'l-ois Wilson, one of the mo-*. P
leading women appearing
Oie acting o^th.
: meruit "he .tory. the direction and
\%?0t0?:&- and Monday at
Crandall's will be featured by pre
I announced as the
Won. with Mabel Normand the pjc
tured star. 'Tpsta.!rs Is the ex
i which Miss Normiand recentiy
smashed all August r?>H> ?t
, crandall's ?tropom?" ^
.during a phenomenal wee*-a
For the last three day ot ^>e ?
1 the major offering will be A re Ton
Married?*" a superfeature
I^Sing with an aspect of present
dav life that 1s of primary ln,*??
ance and overwhelming Interest to
1 every age*
T>ancins of the most deUKhtful sort
I amid most ^-ee.nbV s^rrnund nrs 1?
[ to be enjoyed week-day erenintrs at
Marshall Hall. Washington ?w>ly
I r^rarby river resort- The pa-1
located at the waterside and is
I etantlv rwept by cooling , ***'
Wte" of Just the right t-n^oL- pro
, d-d bv ->1 excellent orchestra. The
Hall possesses numerous other at
"SrtlOT. in the wav of
amusement devices which will picea.
i the tastes of the most fastidious"
\ \V reached bv the Steamer
Macalester, which makes thr**tr1pe
! dailv from Its wharves at the foot or
Seventh street, leaving at 10 a. m.
j 2.30 and 6.45 p. m
Sfrtrmfr E. Madl"*^ HnM.
A delightful week-end triplstnr
ni?hed to the Washington public to
i^al Beach. Va.. on the Steame.
E. Madison Hall, leaving
I Wharf, foot of Sixth street sotrtfcwert
i every Saturday afternoon at -*
I o'clock The steamer arrives
Colonial Beach the same ?vening^
I turning to Washington Sunday night.
I For those desirine to rlaft
'.along the Potomac, the F
i Hall makes two trips a
I Riley's Wharf every Monday. and
I Wednesday at ? jxm.. ?rering the
I regular river route as far down
I^For"^!^ Day. Mo"toT'
Xr ?Ud ?
at S a-m. and returning the same eve
Glen Ecko Psrk
popnlarity of the huge dance P^
1STextent music by the t^-ple<*
a^'e'^anwd'by t? rtrtel
| nothing' ^"thTTeSTobJectlonable Is
center known u the solar plexna
which Is directly below th* *tom?eh.
Is stimulated by low, rhyttomlcai.
drum-like *ound*. Other sound ooo>
binatlons stimulate various ganglia ta
the brain. And the general rtlnma*
tlon of all the nerve eerntens by a r*Ml
medley of musical combination* brto^
to the musically sensitive perwm ?
feeling of tremendous elation and m
Quickening of sll his latent ? ws
This Is what occurs to Tom Moan tn
his newest Goldwyn release Wbsc be
hears the music of his opera being
played under the baton of a titled
! raacal who stole It. Tom Moore re
veals this gradual rebirth of memory
In a splendid bit of subtle actln*.
In this production. Incidentally, a
I most Justifiable fight oocura It Is n?t
a mere argument between two men.
| but a conspiracy by a pair of villain*
to rob the boy of his newly written
opera. In trying to recover the mantv
i script, which had been stolen dellb
| erately from ,hlm, be enoountars <Jw
ever tolerated. F>ar thoee i _
er brands of amusement Otsr feho
offers a variety that rang** from
three of best rides of modern parfc
dom to the playgrounds for the kld
dles For Sunday visitors a series <*
band concerts Is an added attraction
. and the grounds are always free to
Great Fall* Par*.
Crowds of pleasure seekers con
tinue to visit Great Falls Park the*?
pleasant summer days and to en
joy the concerts afternoons and
evemngs by the ladles' Victory Or
chestra. Dancing Is as u*nal popu
lar. A large number of picnicker*
each day visit this historic resort
Frequent record catches of fish are
made by fishermen who And tb?
fishing at and below the falls ex
cellent at this time of the star-m
I For the children there are many
outdoor devices and merry-**
Chr ? yx-akr Brarfv.
1 Crabbing lfl one of the principal
1 pastimes now at Che^apee-ke^ B^rh.
I the bay resort neer Washington.
Crabbing fca? been Improving etean^iy,
I and It is now ssJd to be the beet ex
perienced for a long time Two en
thusiasts recently caught two barrets
ful of crabs tn several hour* t
Fishing also Is the best ex-?erl?ncea
! in manv years. The principal fi*h b*
lng caught are Norfolk spots and trout.
i ing ca-ufcii i. * . -_ _r
The Norfolk n?ta are much *arg?r
, thaji the ordinary *P<*a.
as wide as the hand. La*t
1 night 9? enthusiasts fished all right
j long from the half-mile excursion boat
! pier. . . -
Salt-water battling stfll hoX* lt?
charm, and many are enjoying the ce
' lightful sport Boating and caao- ing
j J* otheTpastimes that have m?y
c\-ram--r\qt? -? ? ? ? - 'ZZL
Oral m*o^-Vr.fr **
Mwt Jofcm J? MW*
-Tto*t? St?l ? <?
_ Ra^e r%n>"
Rerwle?' Heart Throtor* --- __
simu ??? ?ane axmd
of th? cowtrl
nr? f? ti* ?? ?
March-" Ffctrr o? the -Tbrf?
?"T\e Star KpaotlM
A LAZY Elm
Wonderful How BrifM and Cheer
ful tke World Loola After Tak
ing Thi? N?u?eale*? Calomel
Have you tried the ne^
i! less calomel that makes calomel
11 taking a pleasure. If yon hav*v yon
; appreciate the wonderful virtue* of
i calomel when robbed of all It* un
t' pleasantness and nauseating effects
i Calotabs Is the sensation of tJw?
I drug trade. Pharmacist* regard it
as the best remedy for the liver. n?
? efTect In bfliousneaa. oonstlpation
s and indigestion Is most dellrhtfnl
i| The next time yoor liver needs a
11 thorough cleansln* try Calotab*.
I One tablet at bedtime w-ttfe a rwa>
I low of water, that's aXL No ta*te.
j no nausea, no salt*, no griping- Toa
I wake up In the morning feeling fin<v.
' with your system thoroughly de*n*ed
and a hearty appetite for breakfast
Bat what you please?no dancer.
C&lotabs axe aold only In ortglnai.
sealed packages, price 'h'rty-Sve
centa Tour dreg gist will
refund vour money If you do not v.nl
them effective and dellrhtfuL? Adv.
CLANCY'S KIDS (Copyright, 1919. by the McClare Newspaper Syndicate.) By PERCY L CROSBY
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'CAUSE I60T the TlC?CgT5c
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