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' I st-o in mvself the prodlcal son." James I ?innot. the sport writer, who has fruiumtly seen pictures of John D. In his polf t iothes. declares that he may be the prod i cat son. but he certainly ham t tht fatttd cj'.f. Bert Wil lams, the nepro comedian. Is the owner of a huge, high-powered auto mobile whuh lie drives himself He Is extrcml cnnfi.l and n.er trie to dis pute the r'pht of way vlth anv one. Tli other msht he was dnvins home up Biradwa-. fmm the theater. Excava tions n.ir Futicth street made It impos sible for autos to pass at one point Wlll i.ims and another motorist met at this poii t V illiams immediatelv began to back to Clve the other the right of wa. and the oth r notorist did the same thing. Then thr both started up again and reached tb n 'i ow strip at the same time. M ia.ns le.ind oer nnd touched the l.oo' 'i tlio oir.-r automobile, crossed his biifc.- j' o s in Tag. Ti i'l:. -.i a situation that was growing telle. C " l.m riuirthill was standing out in 1 "rt of hi cab-eiO'd cafe the other his w i when l.,iuis rba, a theatrical HOPE FOR PEACE STRONGER. I'mial Onli-ial llurr Opt! lulattc. laden ii Oruxiu AftitertN. Rome. I-: t 7 riv Osserxatorc Ro ma io. iffVtai r,;.in o the Vatican, pub lishes nn a U' k 'nt'mitiir.- that the hope f ,a i-, gro'in; stronger among I'lui ! ei its it hints that Germany wi i on-H-nt to ene up Belgium and the 1 1- ni n t-!i'tor uhi"h it has occupied. 1 article eoni lune bv expressing the hoj ti( it Hi.- :i, n of eer nation will wo i tor p. i "Quake Stops Cable Service. orU, Sept 7. The Central and Sou i An.eric-m Telegraph Company to.nv i ported that an earthquake la ii rjupud thru able lines be tn.eis Sin Juni. l ! Sur. Costa Rica, and Si'inih Cruz Their rep rt states that th hocks were ver heavy In iftii l.ica. hut tlnie are no indlca tioi of lus of life in their advices. ' tppo-tu m T.e- lonI announce their JiriMue with steam whittles You law o LOOK FOR THi:.M IN THE VAi COLfMNS. ' I .ui Jales. Qggggn or Mrj Maid Ambition the Same In the expectant mother's mind there la no limit to what the future has in store, r and jet during the pe riod or expectancy. ' ztiuch depends upon I tlie physical comfort of the mother. One of the 1 best aids is a remedy I known as "Mother's I Friend." Applied orer the muscles. It pene trates to toe net work of nerrcs', relieves tho pains incident to stretching of cords and liniments, males thera pliant. Induces daily 1 comfort, restful nlchts. H calm mind and pleasant anticipation. You use it with your awn hand, apprj It as seed ed, and at once feel a sense of relief. Mothers who hare learned all this from experience tell of the blessed relief from tnornln'f sickness, the absence of strain and the undoubted healthful Influence Imparted tq the corning baby. Get a bottle of this splendid help today. Thonc your nearest druggist or send for It. Then write Bradfield Regulator Co, 401 La mar Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga- for a Tsluxble book of instruction for expectant mothers. "Mother's Friend" is recommended erery where by women who baTC used It- And yon. can read some very Interesting; )ttrs f jg jmu for tnU book. .Htvjtaiwasati BOOBS AT THE FAIR. By Goldberg. Ones Expect the Liberty Bell to Stand Up, Walk Around ths- -raws IS boAj'-r-msy imvJsbt Aurae Mojoec wk jcsfer fix Hir-MohEU VMOH ScLF- STWWEfc ANk I10UMTAM6e Whs ? nunnw i vr- MoOCl:(AIOS 1 ai IWIM XTrZX. "We sell, cwiss -meM Hl ISfcfSK! cpoiI?- " eFResH -their. sSwl j ffcnoM thy y history-j SoOvJeXJIR BOSS. HALF PAGE GOLDBERG CARTOONS IN I night trying to coax a Broadway breeze I manager and nephew of A. L. Erlanger, ! passed. "Hello. Looey." shouted Capt. Church ill. Wcrba stopped, walked bnck without speaking "My name is Mr. Verba," he said, haughtily Churchill wonderingly apologized He Insisted on Mr. Werba going in and hax ing a small drink to heal his wounded feelings. He accepted, and after the twin .thirsts had been slaked, Churchill was amazed to hear Verba say "?ee. Cap: That was an easy way to give joti the 'work for a drink." And Churchill bought again. The groundhogs who work at night digging tons of earth under Broad ay re paid each morning as they go off duty A group of them secured their pav the other morning and dropped into a moving picture show in the Herald Square district for h brltf rest before Rolng home. To their surprie the first picture they saw was themselves at work tinder ground. As their picks and shovels flew madly along the rough surface under the turn of the operator's crank, the men grew enthusiastic and seeral of them cheered An usher stepped down to them and bade them be quiet. "Gosh." said one. '"they call this a free country, and a man can't even chser for himself." The old Hammersteln Variety Theater Is demolished. A wrecking company has leveled the creaky old walls, and all that remains of the site that made the famous Oscar wealthy und gave London grand opera is a pile of sticks and stones. The New Rialto. a moving picture the ater. Is to CO lin in Its nlneo but rW., r- his high hat. handmade cigars and goatee are camped each day on the fire crape of the adjoining building. "If, my ornce. he sas. WANT AMERICAN RADIUM. French Dlicuu Pomlblllty or Co tlnn I'rlee of Mineral. Paris. Sept. T.-At a meeting of the Academy of Science here It was an nounced that the secretary of state has informed the secretary of tho academy that the affiliated body In the United States eventually will be able to furnish radium from the Colorado mines at $36, 0"0 a gramme. Instead of $160.00 a gramme, the present price. The war has cut oft the Austrian sup ply of radium, on which Europe formerly relied, and regret waa expressed at the academy meeting that for a time Amer ica proposed to forbid the export of ra dium. There is no law forbidding the exporta tion of radium from the United .States, according- to the Bureau of Mines offi cials today. To conserve the American supply of radium. Congress would have to pass such a taw. "MARSE HENRI" HITS M'ADOO. Secrrtarr of Treasury Wnnl no iuorrrl with Kill tor. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo declined VeatTArt- te ..rimma... .... - . . .... .w .utllllKUl Oil U editorial by Col. Henry Watterson In which the colonel intimated that t-resiaent wuson would do well to Ignore the advice nf ;..ii,i -rA Adoo. The Krrrnrv wa lm.il-. avoid a controversy with Col. Watter- sun. aiiu privately admitted that the veteran editor had always been given a wide lnttltude in discussing public men and measure,, but that as a prophet he had not always been a success. HARRIMAN'S SON TO WED. Get, License to Mnrrj- Ml Klttr lanler Lawrence Lenox. Mass.. Sept. 7. TVllRam Averlll Harriman, son of the late E. H. Harriman, made application today for a marriage license for himself and Miss Kitty Lanier Lawrence, grand daughter of Charles Lanier, the New York banker. Miss Lawrence came with Youner Harriman to the town clerk's office. He Is 23 and she Is 20. The exact date of the -wedding has not been announced. Turks Planning Revolution. Imitri1ini Ct ? T'K Tni Ttii.. statement that an Insurrection is be- me piannea m iurxey oy me antl- Puna, and Ue Conttantinoplm. Copj-rlBht, 1015, by II. L- Goldberg. s&mBI e.$gpfil a Mrru A. SHF- !!BtTKa 1 ocul, ..c oufvaxivixaias jr -tvre WKTOS S FOOLISH "T Brme oorr-H A tAMAQ6b Piece op iRdaj uirtew -rrteRe 9JE SO tAMY IttFRWb 6S2.TICUES OM Ttte MARKET. FRANCO-GERMAN DUEL WITH BIG GUNS RAGES Heavy Cannonading Along Line from Flanders to Alsace Runs Into Third Week. Paris, Sept. 7. The third week of the terrific Tranco-Gcrman artillery duel opened last night with undimin ished violence. Both the opposing: armies are keeping up a continual combat 'with big guns from 1'landers to Alsaco. Today's official communique from the war office tells of cannonading at many points and also of a raid by German a lators The text of the communique fol lows: "Cannonading and fighting with bombs and petards occurred during part of the night around Souchez and Neuville. To the south of Arras, in the region of Agny nnd af Vailley, In the region of Roye, as well as on the plateaus of Quennevleres and Noouvron. a violent bombardment of our posi tions drew an effective reply from our batteries, i "In Champagne, between Auberive and Soualn, near Beausejour. and in the Vosges In the region of Luszo the ' activity of the two artilleries was j likewise very violent. "The night was without incident on I the rest of the front. "German aviators flew over Gerard jmer yesterday and this morning threw bombs. The first attack was without 'result, in the second two iterons were made victims." TRIAL OF INDIANAPOLIS ELECTION CASE OPENS Mayor Faces Charge of Conspiracy First Day Taken Up with Se lection of Jury. Indianapolis. Sept. 7. The first gun In the trial of Mayor r:. Bell on a charge of conspiracy to commit a felony in connection with the elections In Marion County in 1914, was fired in Criminal Court today when Attorney Michael A. Ryan, at the opening of court presented a motion to Special Judge William E. Eichhorn. asking the dismissal of seven men summoned for Jury service on the grounds that they could not be found. Ryan contended that Judge Collins had no authority to have Sheriff Cof fin choose the men. Mayor Bell is the first to stand trial out of 12S officials and politicians In dicted under a blanket indictment con taining over forty counts returned by the Marion County grand Jury. Eight defendants have pleaded gruilty and three have recently died. Among the so-called "higher-ups" under Indictment are National Commit teeman Thomas Taggart, Chief of Fo llce Perrot. and a score of others prominent In political and official life. The work of selecting the Jury was further delayed by the numerous re quests of enlremen who sought to be excused from service. LABOR FIGHTS CONSCRIPTION. Brltlah "WorkliiK Men Wire Protest to Hends of Array. ' Bristol. Eng.. Sept. 7. British labor went on record today as opposed to any policy of conscription to increase the army. The trades union congress, now In session here, adopted resolu tions against conscription. The resolutions were telegraphed to Premier Asqulth. Secretary of War Kitchener, and Minister of Munitions Lloyd-George. Trolley Employes' Strike Grows. Albany. N. Y.. Sept. 7. Striking em ployes of the United Traction Com pany aided in dperating Jitney busses in this city today. All trolley lines in the city are idle. The strike fever spread today to Troy, where S00 men ran their cars into the barns, tying up trolley traffic In Troy. Watervleit, and Cahoes. Two hundred Italians employed in reconstruction work in Albany dropped their picks and shov els and walked out. The State au thorities are trying to settle the strike, and arranged a conference between representatives of the men and the officials this morning. Eansans Suffer from Cloudburst. Iota. Karis., Sept. 7. Hundreds of per sons were made homeless and damage es timated at $100,000 was done when a cloudburst caused tho flooding of the southern and eastern sections of Iowa early today. The rainfall measured 6.10 inches. Then were only SM dy, in rh v. '1752, cSfctSe WASWrOGTovU &O0SWT THe BLL ftl.W FROM crtRsromoa GoLunaus'-s Okfc. LfcKlblAWr USb IT Fcfc. A blMWG?-, BLL ,,j & BoAfcbJrJ House . WHS2E Bex' k-r JrVllU FHANKlltf"' MRm sme-sfp BMJMGP" TWS KA,i CfVlO uvKVC -TVr CALL IT SUNDAY'S HERALD WHEN A MAN BY ONE Paise Ye, the Three hilarious guffaws slithered through the partly-opened door of the managing? editor's room, actually com pelling me to peer over the top of my desk, as I cupped both cars with my hands. Blake, the baldheadea boss of the Courier editorial factory, was leaning back in his swivel chair, his feet weighting down a stack of bright, snappy newspnper editorials on the "exchange" table opposite. Dunkley. the cartoonist who signs his stuff "Dunk," had his cloud-weavlnir p'pe and a seat alongside. "You want to know why I am so happy today, eh. Dunk?" I have to explain that It was Blake talking. In conformity with the rules of the Peerless Correspondence School for Authors "Yes, Blake, why are you so happy?" questioned the caroonlst. Just llko the Interlocutor In the minstrel show, "Because because " and there were three other hilarious guffaws "my wife nagged me some moro this morning. "Your wife nagged vou'" Dunk was tlalnly Incredulous. "Is that cause for happiness'" "Happiness, Dunk' Ia?t me tell you, you haven't begun to be happy until vou'te been nagsed by your wife. Say. Dunk, if by any piece of bad luck ou hte overlooked this glorious phase of married life, or have been overlooked, for the love of Michael, get busy! Do something to start your better half on the road to Nagvlllr' Anything, every thing, if you must, but get her stnrted Be!iec me. Dunk, there Is no form of human happiness comparable with being the husband of a real, first-class, hroken-to-the-throat-noises, nagging wife." "But. Blake," Interrupted Dunk, "my wife would never think of nagging at me. I am sure. She Is such a perfect lady." "Not bv a blasted sjrht she ain't, un less she knows how to nag Of course. Dunk, don't think I'm reflecting upon Mrs. Dunkley. Nothing like that. But. man, you don't really begin to live un til your wife begins to nag. Get her started, I say. It will liven you up. Dunk: it'll put ginger Into jour pic tures. By Jink, it'll make a real man of you." "Well. If you say so. Blake, I'll try it, said Dunk. "That's It. old man. Go to It' Line up with the nagged hubbies!" Whereupon both Blake and Dunk laughed heartily, as an earnest of the letter's resolution. In the eening. by the lamplight. I told Myra of the conversation, rereatlng as accurately as I could what Blake naa J0FFRE PRAISES ITALIANS. Uednltf Victory Certain,. Soys the French Lender After Visit. Paris. Sept. 7. Gen. Joseph Joffre, French generalissimo, has returned to France from a two-day visit to the Italian frontier. At the border today Gen. Joffre sent to Gen. Cadorna. the Italian commander-in-chief, a message, highly praising the Italian soldiers and expressing thanks for the reception ac corded him by King Victor Emmanuel. "Fraternally united to the French army, which warmly applauds your first brilliant success," said the message, "the Italian army marches with sure step toward a definite victory which the allied nations know will be assured by united efforts, with the same Ideals and love of liberty and civilization." Cymric Safe in Liverpool. Liverpool. Sept. 7. The Whlto Star liner Cymric, from New York with 191 passengers, arrived here today. The Baby Use the reliable HORLICKS ORIGINAL Malted Milk Upbuilds every part of the, body efficiently endorsed oy tnousaura -.7..... Mnnr .r,H Nnrses the world over fo- more tn.n quarter of a century. Convenient, no cooldnz nor additional nulkrequlred. Staprydiaaolvelnwater. Agree when other food often fcfl. SampUfr-, HORUCICS, Jbc&ie, Wb mmMm ftaftpstJfttft "JwtMeMeP' JWMJCIVS, th OrtstMt y v, .-..x . .Or, X v.: f SSita!-se?rf ;??: and Make Faces i -mousm- FAMKUrJ iKlvOJTb"Tte jftcucjm wHO OUEAMGft. v y QOtTe OMbESTAAjN THG LIBERTY BELL. IS MARRIED WHO IS Nagging Wife! said Really, I shouldn't have done any such thing. "Robert," she blazed, her indignation hot. "Is that a slam on me?" "No, of courso not. It Is merely a re cltal of an Interesting matter that came to mv attention." "I don't believe you, Robert. You are deliberately Intimating that I am of a nagging disposition that's what you're doing." "I am doing nothing of the sort." I returned. "I say jou are." "And I say I am not." "If ou don't love me any more, why don't jou frankly say so?" "But I do love you, Myra." I defended. "No, Robert, you don't." "Yes, I do honest." "And I repeat, you don't. Neither do ou love our dear little children any more." "For goodness sake," I cried. "Don't talk nonsense. You know I love my children, and you, too." "Well, if you did, Robert, you wouldn't be slurring the mother of your children. You know very well " I suppose, respected reader. I could go on. nd wearisome, but what's the use. If only I had a nagging wife, liko Blake, I'd be so happv ' (CuroisM. IMS.) AMUSEMENTS. BOX OFFICE OPENS TOMORROW tiir Belasco Theater- For Joe Veler' Ncwurt Musical Comedy THE ONLY GIRL Ky Henry Tllosaotn and Victor Herbert 'VX Next Monday Night PRICES MIht. UK t !Z.. Sat. JUt.. SOc to $1.50. rOfllT. W0. IftTJUTI.Jl N. n.-Victor Iltrbert Will Ctowluct the Orcheura Mondir- CASINO AVEEIC SEPTEMBER !. Contlniioiin Verj?nr?iice 1 10 to 11 P. M PEOPLES' POLITE VAUDEVILLE THIS HOUSE IS STHICTI.V CMO.V. 6 BIG ACTS And the I!lr Feature Photoplay, Florence Held In "HKIt OWN 'WAV." Utinee Daily, 130 m t p. m. AH Mats 10 rents. Xitht rricM. from 6 to 11 p. m.. 13 and 23 cent. GLEN ECHO AD3IIS.XION FREE LAST WEEK To Rnlor AH the Bic AMUSEMENTS B. F. KEITH'S Mat's 25o DAILY 2:IS . C-.IS UN. S0.f:l5 Kv.'s tSctoSI "Tumultuous Applace rost, DAVID BISPHAM The Great American Sons Star. Hl & WALKER KOHET SOT .IKTRELS Seien Other Stelir Notable, and Noreltlea. Next week tlertrude Hoffmann, in "Sumu run." 8uperb Bill. Order Beau Now. Gmwrz PETER S. CLARK'S Rosey Posey Girls In Ttt Acta Constructed for LauKhlne Purposes Only. Xet t'eek Blllr Watson's Beef Trust. POLI'S Matinees. 23e. EvzaJasr, 2c. SOc, TSc. . ?.9.LI. POPULAR PLAYERS In Bull. Vorke's Omtcat Comedy Succeas. "JERRY With A. H. Van Bureau XEXT WEEK "EXCUSE ME." EDUCATI0ITAL. Sidwells' Friends School 1811 EYE STREET. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. - Thirtv-thirfl Year Piexrin.lSentemrW rr JHOS. .W. SIDWEU, A. M, PrincipaL, Vgfa, fJgWi... .rs PUNT AND BARONESS DIE IN SUICIDE PACT Wedded Italian and Daughter of Dutch Minister to Rome Could Live Apart No Longer. Sorrento, Italy. Sept. 7. Count Gor fredo Gaetenl, a lieutenant of the Alplnl, and Baroness Waldessen Reug ers, only daughter of the Dutch min ister to the Quirinal. madly in love, found it impossible to live apart and died together In a suicide pact. The count had a wife. Their bodies were found early today in the count's apartment, which was broken Into at the request of the girl's mother when the baroness fail ed to return home last night. A bullet in the heart of each told the story, and on a table was a note saying: "It being Impossible for us to live separated, we decided to die. Bury us together, here." The count and the baroness, much in each other's company, were among the best known people In Roman so ciety. Friends of Gaetenl said when the young nobleman found himself In love with the baroness and realized that because of his marriage he never could make her his wife, vainly sought death in the war. He went to the front as soon as Italy entered the war, find, according to his associates, threw himself reck lessly Into every possible action. Finally. In August he succeeded In Wood's School 311 Eaat Capitol "itwt. TMrtr Yar OM. A ixtal Kill brim to leu our msr IUu.tratKl eatalrcue. ncriooi or citu semce iTirarauo". School of iinig bbortliaod. School of Meiotjfr. Hchool uf lkKikk-ri.e and AceountarcT. School of Knsllth (atithiortic. iminnjar. letter wilting, fpelling, writing, commercial law. hlatorr and ccojiarnf). The, demand frr our traduatea la In excex of the Bipplr. Day and erenlng toaiooa. Telephone Lin coln M, but it ia better to call. CT A vrD'C BUSINESS MnAILK 3 college Old Manonle Temple, fMh and F Streets WaslilnKtou'x Lending Itmalnem School (Tit nun or ('tggt. Touch Tjrwritlnjt. Donnwp- "'aft AWWUUIU'd, -,.-, i- --ll ..ehira llTff Ifift DPtf tlT"? Wilt l". rijmirin.v u,-nnii u. .-- -. Graduate M.rnd to rood position. Itewr. dk aca locker now. ..rue, cu or .h.u -m.u t- lor caUIopie. ITth Year. Opene Oct. 1. 6:30 P. M. riATIONU UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (Evening Sesslt ns Exclusively.) r.jr.r Anttfosi t a-1 1 n rr in decrees 3f Master and Bat helor of Laws. The unoertrmnuaiie eowae "--f ."" completed and the dejsree C DncUelor tt Lnwn secured nt ""' "f aiecond ear. For catalogue, application blanks. .,-. ...- n..n at tha Anmlml tratlon Office. Southern Bulling. Phone Main 6617. or after September 10 it National Law School Building. S1G- 51 s istr. st. nw. Emerson Institute Established list Affiliated With the Leading UniTenrftles. v.x Term Resins Sept. 1ft. 1013. Six dUUnct department. m the tUtowtnt COLLEGE UEPART.ME.NT-Prear for all cot- lecea and irolesalotial acuopla. GOVLHXMfcNT ACADLMlhS-rTei'aie. foe West O. tEKvlCE':-ritrKi for CommiMtona la DnLOJIACY'-l'ietaiea li?" the. O. 8. Diplomat!. and Consular terTice. .. . LTIN-AMEi:ICAX UEr-AimiENT-PrerarM for BiisineM and rrotanional Lite in Latin Amertcs. . PVTENT OFFICE ITciarea lor Aaistant Liam- iner in C. -J. I'atrot OfiU-e. New buik!.nk-i. new lijntlnc and nejtirs plants. Increased laboratory and hbrari facilities, insure tot oomfon of the atudent and offer mnottaaijlcs in a manner adequlU and thoroughly wltrn. for catalog. ddra. ,., WlSliUH II. Ilrt"a. ANGUS JIcD. CIIAWFOIID. Principals. 1710 P St. S. W. Washiostrn. D. C. THE NEW GONZAGA St bet. X. Cnp. and 1st St. Ph. I.. Til i . o-.ih vatr londar. Sent. 13. New Building. Latcrt Bjulpment, (.jmnaiinm. 8how cts. c. Uithachool course, chasm. tngUsh math ematlcK hWori: Frendi and Herman: thoroush Sum in elocution and debate; prerares for busraew proieviorai i. ...., -. -- ---r-,T thlflk. tunl Including lootball. baaeball. baitetbalL etc. FHEF. CIIOL,AnSI1IP. ..-.. UI.K T -k Srhi-.iarfthift nf. Cltia murjSM J4ia " ..,, fered for competition Monday. Srftember fl, m. I'none u.nc t- STENOGRAPHY TYPEWRITING ENGLISH CIVIL SERVICE Training for Commercial and Civil Service Pcaltlons. 1417 G Street N. W. PHONE MAIN" .T2.1S. Lucia Gale-Barber School OF Rhythm and Correlated Arts Home nnd Day School. All trades. General and Special Courses, Normal Training and Studio Couit-e. in Kbrthmle Expres sion. Moslo. Hi.e and Industrial Arts. CaUloa, SIra. MARY GALE DAVIS, Pd. M. 2003 Columbia Road. COURSE Mew evening classes begin October 1. Call, phone, or write for catalog. NATIONAL RADIO SCHOOL V. S. SAVINGS BANK BUILDING 14th and 17 Streets. Phone N. 3133. ST. AGNES' SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (EPISCOPAL CHURCH) BOARDING ANI HAY PLT1LS. MODERATE TERMS. SEND FOB CATALOOUE. 3BI7 O 8TBKEY TEU WEST lg. Th Pearson School EVENING CLASSES. EIGHTH YEAR. OCTOBER 4. 1015. see S STREET. WASHINGTON BUSINESS. AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL JS1T N. T. aTe.njr. Main OM. W. C. VOtXSti POadfi. V 'MwraLSM( Mvmlwwlwg2mz&7S 1&&&S2&& 'lAji i yt ri. getting wounded in the Trentlno, and was invalided to Sorrento, where he occupied an apartment In the Hotel Tramontana. During his convalescence Baroness Ruegers learned of his whereabouts, and with her mother as chaperone came to Sorrento. The three were seen much together. Last night Gaeteni and the girl disappeared. When the baroness did not return to her apart ment, her mother gave the alarm and the bodies were found. The count left two little girls. OBITUARY. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the post chapel at Fort Myer. Va.. for Lieut. 'Col. Herman C. Schumm. V. S. A., who died at Walter Reed Hospital Monday, following a long Illness. Burial was in Arlington, with military honors. Th deceased was a native of Wisconsin and until the time of his doth, was stationed at Fort Hamilton, N. Y. Funeral services for William H. Shoe maker, one of Georgetown s oldest resi dents and a veteran contractor and builder who died Monday at the home of his -daughter. Mrs. John Walls. 221 G street northwest, following an attack of paralysis, will be held this afternoon at 3:3u o'clock at the G street address, and at St. Michael's Chui"h Twenty-second street and Virginia avenue north west. "All men are 'born free and equal.' But soon afterward some begin to ADVERTISE and forge ahead of the others." Dan Jayles. EARN YOUR TUITION. Show to'ir -BUSINESS SENSE" hj rftnrnlES to ns thiJi Herald ad. with your addre nnd lettlns ns tell )ti l.ow jou may earn jour tuition while dolne th actual office training wnrk of our recu lar fttecogra. hie cuim. No obligation. 1321 ii . PW HENDERSON BUSINESS SCHOOL. THE RATiem SCHOOL OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCE 1753 Rhode I. land Avenne. Open dally from a to 5 for registration. Wilfim&ifamn A'. W. Cor. 14th & N. Y. Ave. WALTER T. HOLT, School of Mandolin. Gmtar and Banjo. Eitablished ISM. Weekly practice with th. Nordlca Cluba. Telephone Connections. Kcnnla Hid: . Cor. 11th and G stl nw. VOICE CULTURE BINGINO. Toae l'tod'Jclon. V'oicej riacios. Ear Trafnirs. Eisht Sinbicc. ELOCUTION. Deep Brealhirj. IhjJcal Caltnrt. D It tier t Enunciation. Dramatic Art. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes 1U lltb St N. E. Phone Unc lia. ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE Founded 1H7S l.OOO students. 1014. I.nricest l'rlsnte School In Washington Gymnasium. Swlmmlnr; Tool. DEPARTMENTS: Washington Preparatory SchooI.Pre pares for College or University. Ac credited Basis, ivay or Kvenlng. Wnshlncton Srhitnl nf Arvountancy 1 to 2H-Year Courses. Trepares for Business and C. P. A Examinations. See the adjoining advertisement. Washington Commercial School .Un excclld Bookkeeping and Steno graphic Courses Grade School 38 boys made up lost graces last year. Sperlnl Course. Drafting (Mechani cal and Architectural). Public Speak ing, Spanish. Business Men's English. THO'. W. WALTON. M. A, Director. Y. M. C. A. 1734 G St N. W. ACCOUNTANCY Employed men may better prepare for business without Interference with regular duties. Trevlous knowledgo of bookkeeping not required. COURSES OFFERED. 1. Fundamentals of Accountancy. 2. Shorter Course In Accountancy. 3. Business Administration. 4. Professional C. 1 A. Course. 5. Cost Accounting. 6. Lsw for Business Men. Call or write for free bulletin. THOMAS XV. WALTON Director, Washington School of Accountancy, Y. SL C. A.. 1734 G St. N. W. p )aul Institute I ,'Formerlv Washington Seminary.) lin.3. NANETTE B. TAUU Lf B.. rresldent. From kindergarten to college: vo- tntlonal training: pre-legal nnd p.-etlcal business course: studio classes; Knpnsli anu rrcnen Kintier rartcu and grade work for boys and iris. ABnrrM u. s fiicci ... ... 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Veterinary. $; Special classification ................................. ..... ,i J VT5 erfjT a-aL -1 ii RUSS HALT GERMANS IN DRIVE ON RIGA Czar's Men Are Said to Be in Good Defensive Positions Along Their Entire Front. Pctrograd. Sept. 7.-A semi-official statement issued here today asserts that the Austro-German forces have been checked at practically every point on the battle front; that the Russian field ar mies are now flghtSne under favorable conditions with counjj unimpaired, and that the great Teutonic invasion appears to be on the verge of collapse. Attention of the military experts is cen tered on the Riga region, where German artillery is trying to shatter the strong Russian defensive positions on the right bank of the Dvlna River. Thus far the Russians have more than held their own. the war office asserts, and have held back the Germans on the Niemen front, thus preventing the transfer of troops to the Dvina front. South of the Niemen River the Ger mans have suffered tremendous losses In men and equipment. Recent heavy rains, have turned the swamps into bog. In which soldiers and artillery have sunk. In their fltl.mnte Ia hnlt.4 mtAa KA r.,. mans have been handicapped by the Rus sian ariiuery nre. The Russians are now fighting on their phnuin "TniTnfl In In. Ilmllul bUa .. ...,.--.. na ......... ,. fc,, ....tuc-u ajuriea u. action the Cossacks are dally showing their superiority over the Teutonic cav alry. Their frequent raids upon the Ger man lines of communication have been of enormous help. GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY The Law School Session of 101S-191A bearlna Octokanr 1. 1013. at 6i30 p. m. Secretary's office open dally frorj 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. for registration and consultation. HUGH J. FEGAX. Secretary. Georgetown Law School Building;. 8th nnd E Ms. Jf. XV. Tel. M. T293. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL BEGINS ITS 51ST YEAR 4:31 X. M.. 6EPTH11CER 3. 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Ore yeir i-: cTaUuite. LL. 51. Special conrve: Intrrstate aod rorrijn Conuacrt and Federal Trade Conunission Law. Pewons at ither A3 or 6:N p. m. Ttiltioo. H5 rer annum. For infonnatlnn or catalogue apply to th Dean. OtTic hours: 10 to 330. 1317 New York Avenue lhone Mi in 43S&. SAINT ALBANS The National Cathedral School FOR BOYS. Iteopens September SI, 101.1. THE BISHOP OF WASHINGTON. President of the Eoard of Trustees. For catalogue and other Information address WILLIAM H. CHURCH. Headmaster. The Amy and Nary Preparatory School 4101 Conn. ire. Washinelon.D.C. Prepares tor lending College. L'alTerat tlea. West Paint and Annapolis. PALL SEagiox 1IKGIXS 9EIT. 13. Catalog sn request or nt book stores. GIRLS Preparatory. Seminary, Musical, Commercial. Social Instruction, Domestic Arts, Religious, . Law. Medical. $ ; 55 '"si'-ii-. ft y .-ftJtf. i5i a-sjr.a. ' ailir n m&aSSS?. U -rf: ,-i.w- wta, VMZSi.A&.l,?