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WBe Ud i* h&1
tos. the t es why the
= 01.1. . at ~WaagtNS have re
gow a prsi any atbmUU at the
bW. a.n et the X11agra River
* . war power. available tor
00 -q'U . of e Plesives us
e a" Ofthe repbs could
A diPath ftrs WashingtoM a
day ertwe age ro ted that-bb
aemmet authosites had dsel
to estetata' a propotsmn invdb
v the noute .ti. ot some et te
water power of the lower rapde, as
sigafg as a reason that the Cal
adia boundary is not much mee
atme sone throw ditnt trem
aon the American side of
.the Ms where it was in eanttsofa
two to put up a plant for the manu
factore of explosives.
ipoeelves are however nanuaec
.tmred elsewhere within a convenient
.distance at the Canaedin boundary.
.and -there seems to be substantial
jeesso, so far as Canada i concern
ed, why munition plants should not
be established en the American side
of the rapids.
In all probability the government
jurtbW~ea had in mind the great
ovestment of iapital which is repre
sagded-by the industrial plants upon
tei aVr.M MI of the Niagara
above she falls. The invest
mnet represents many billions of dol
ndthe comnoditles which are
produced constitute a most tim
aA rpart of Industrial
.ife, If therefore the government
were to permit a diversion of some of
the motive power in the lower rapids
feelodustrial purposes the chances
amw that after the war at least Euch
bettes might to some extent Impair
the. value of investments which are
pow based upon the motive power
gbfiated from the Niagara River
efe the falls.
Will be Dome Same Day.
.Nevertheless. some day, possibly
n In the far-distant future, the
'sttpendous inergy which is In the
lowe- rapis will be to 5ome ex
tent diverted so as to make it pos
sible to employ it as a motive power
for Industries.
Befor* J. P. Morgan. with others,
decided to finance a proposition in
,evving the use of some part of
the energy which is In the Niagara
River above the falls, a man of
science- whose name was Love work
ed out a proposition which appealed
to some.of the engineers of his day.
Ntr. LoVe planned the digging of a
cana upon the American side whose
intake was to be near the upper
padet the Niagara River not far
from Lake Erie and whose eastern
terminal was to be at the brink on
the American side opposite the city
of Lewiston.
The construction of a canal of this
kind' could be made at a cost not
prohibitive. The canal would carry
water -from the upper Intake the
entire distance of a few miles and
would contain not only the energy
that ~is in the upper Niagara River.
but that which is represented by
the -Niagara Falls itself.
The Lev'e JTfin were not adopted.
!fD some *fntaneers are of the opinion
Plhat It wonld have been better had
they been accepted. Instead, the cor
peration which was financed by J.
P. Morgan and others adopted the
Than which is nov in operation upon
the upper banks of the Niagara where
by water power wiih maintains sev
eral very important industries is fur
nished at, relatively speaking, low
cost.
What Canada Is DIng.
Had it 'not been for the war th
probability is strong that Uan C
would already have under constructi
a system somewhat similar to the en
recommended by Mr. Love. The in
take would be and by and by will
be. at a small creek that sets in from
the Niagara River upon the Canadian
-sde. The Canadian plans involve the
construction of a canal stretching from
this Intake near Lake Erie to the
brink of Lake Ontario. The engineers
calculated that it would furnish en
ergy equivalent to some hundred thou
osand horse power.
Several years ago the Representative
din Congress for the Niagara Falls dis
trict. Peter Porter, advocated the con.
struction of a dam across the lower
rapids of the Niagara River so that
some part of the energy that is in
,these rapid* could be secured for in
cdmutrial purposes. If that were done
,the setback from the dam would reach
Sthe feet of Niagara Falls. The dam,
ceording to the plans, was to be
built just below the present suspension
bridge.
The engineering difficulties were. it
was recognised, very great and some
engineers reported that they would be
-40 great to overcome. Mr. Porter's
$plan-did not go farther than the pub
"le annoeueement of it. but that it
"should have been proposed by a man
,of his intience of itself Is good proof
that men of-industry are still con
,tenplating the capture of a consider
able Oart of the Inconceivably great
erruy that is In the Niagara River
land Falls, but are planning to do this
;without impairing the scenic beauty
of the fals.
.The prospect that there is soon to be
.a very great utiietion of the Ameri
can water-pewers which are to be con
vertad into electrie energy involves
nao undoubtedly a imuch larger em
ilyment of the great power that Is
-Ia the NIagara River and Falls than
is now used for industrial purposes.
''lOLLAND''
L.IVE STOCK EARKETS.
Ualtianer. Dc. li.-CA'ILEj--Rempts for
the wek en~ded at nen today were 3,0t6 bead,
mnist 4,ha last Week: receipts. 20 car
head far fee the, week, *ecariads for
emmba todar. Market sacte, but a shade
1sss Ie.... ,anaa 12.8n10; sWd hetcher.
MEN;:mdhm, 10.9IL.: een.n .Cab
Ochsbrachale, 1.InN.3: ir to good,
..hm~ -sm to smedlou, t.me.w; balls.
esaek.;-.e. Mr to seed, t.SbS.3: counme
to mnedi, 5.4bi.O: cosa, ehaiee, 7i.9B.; fair
is good. 5Jab-s..
31EE AlND LAIIBS-Bemipts for the week
eded at -sa tese ww bese had slet
Rift hane o vesk: liht suipl: mnakt
enesme em 1mma inPee es1; lmbs, ii.n
Rom ..-a-fortheweek endd at seom
t 36;m and, =m R13 head bat
u.a4 wst. Lisb Weses 1.3;
- and Maam E.0: tees tan.mg,
CALV-Semst he the week ene at
nam teeby we 5 head, seslue a head latI
sa;bir sagt; mate stady. Cemag Si
' he a e aesi~mms
a..s..''' R s""***
.|aim"du - ** 3
tlas I' of 13
Peime ut Rig d MaUppe
Now York. De. M- & .
the stock arket osw*Ai a tgen
90 temper thewhedt' e -
aed closed wit -ie vsestable net
gains. Ceaa elsAeea
Mosam Psireaslma e
were In ere ~ at the opening.
9111s e1 a tham to points
I teed -e - hvdd
however. -' also two
poluta Afer a dit hesitation, the
meter atacks. under the lenducip
et General. 3rstes - asd (vret.
dmassitroAs eat man that avest
eavae 1fe*1ig up bergate s that
greeb.. Amsisa Iatsrnational
n the advandlg grwe The
des was strong 4 best pesse
aft= al fn aUaydw.
tesom wq on. a ght scale end
the advances wore probably due to
the eventag up of emiracts ever the
nidays. for there had bees a maal
short interest developed on the ad
vane that begas late last week,
Strengths of the isel tock Ii
really due to a IaS extent to an
nouncement by the teel Corpora
ties of the purchase of U0AIMeUs
of government obligains against
tax payments. Investors have known
of the big earnings of the orpora
tion, but the actual tax figures make
them realise more keenly what tre
meons eArninga have besa- made.
Dig -mna Pesese
The steel stocks as a elas ean
now be purchased for what they
have earned since the war began.
With the government foras to go
ahead with Its war preparations
in a practical way. as it will be
forced as a result of the dis
closures made at the Congressional
investigation. The steel companies
will pue up large earnings in the
coming year.
By the same token railroad stocks
are ecnsidered to be worth more
than they have been selling for be
cause priority orders will be issued
in such a way as to permit all
classes of freight to move more
rapidly.
Some steel mills are running now
at only 50 per cent of caa y and
it Is expected that as a resuIt of
the cancellation of unnecessary
priority orders they will be able
to speed up ant get the stuf over
the railroads at almost normal
rate.
Big BSakess Lese Fesw.
There is also a better understand
ing of the railroad situation and
the big bankers are no longer
afraid to hold their own railroad
shars.
In addition to this it is ug
geated that a way will be found
to enable the public to take the
new liberty bond issues without
sacrificing their investments.
The advance in Chevrolet of 12
points early in the day was due
partly to investment buying and
partly to a renewal of the talk of
a merger of that company with
General Motors, which it controls.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Petunised by W. N. lbbs & Cs.
Eish. Low. C-..
As. neat BMW............... a d 0
F'k Car & roaaft........., - I Of M WA4
'ar & Fonr ve ...... Ict = 102
Ameation Cbrp...... H% 53%
Am. !Lated pfd..........% a7 67%,
Am F.onmtive............ O% 4g gg
Am ;r!ting & Ref.......... 71% 71% 71j
A m. "meting & Ref, 'M.... gg% 1n,. 1ri%
A-. "e-I Foundry....---. 351 61
Am. SMaatra Tobacc......... m % 9 l,
Am. Tl & Tel...........g g% 101%
A.. Tohacco.-............. -% 134%
Anrnda ................. 56%
.ttehi7on ..6
A .ien 7d .................... 76 7 16%
AT.Lantic Cost t4o........... 82 s- a
Grti. & w. I.. . I 7 F o
''.,n locomotire ........... gr ' 4% W%
. .:ore & Ohio old......... 04 0% a%
':ett Co....................... S gf% g2%
'hem Rteel................ 71% 0 70%
-hem steel ((-as B).... 71% 60% 71%
hem Steel pfd., . t.. I 9I
r x S- ............. 12% 1,1% 112%
anohan Pacie.......... 132% Lii 132'%
Ctnal L.ather ....... 0% 50'1 5%
Chandler Motor............. 3%
Chicsgo, M. & St. P. W.... 60% 64 61%
Chicass & Northwetna.... % a U%
Consolidatet Gas of N. Y.... j% 7g ,
Continental Can---....... 5 - S
Cora Pro.Lct pfd..... % g gg%
Crucible Steel................... 4% [email protected]% @%
Wtrawae & HEdsta. .. . -S I 9%
DIlawam,. A. w........... 70 1 1
leneral lectric.......-.... 28% 12% 12 %
Oeneeal Motore................. 96% 0% of
Granlw Con. Mining-.......... ' 7 T1
Great Northern vfd............ 8 81% 111%
rulf States Steel.............. a n as
Illinois Central................. ar % 86%
Int. Harvester of N. .... Il% 1t 110%
lt. Memmet~e Marine fd.. w% 79% W4
Int. Paper pfd., stapd ..... IS % 0
Iekawana Steel-.............. 4% 7 T%
lhigh Valley................... 2 % 52% M3r
-onItsille & Nasville......... 10Fi 10% 180%
Maxwell Motor lst Vfd........ g% 51% aZ
Meiean Petrolenas..----....... T 72% 74
Midgte t ................... 4% 41% 4r
Montana Power...........4 61% 01%
National Bisentt............... 0 80 "
New Tork Air Brake.......... 4 113 Ila
New York Central.............. 64% 43% 64%
Norfolk & Western............ % 97
Nortbern Paciic............... 7 % 71
Nova Scotia Steel.............. 6 6
Owens Bottle Machine......... 53% 5 53%
Pierce-Arrw pM.:............. go a
Plttaborsh, C., C. & St. l... I %5 5
Pressed Steel Car.............. 4 M4 64
Premed Steel Car tfd... 9 5
Punma Car M............ 'In 11. G
Reading Co...................... 8K 8% 0%
Republe bon & Steg.......... t6% 7414 75%
Republic Ion & Steel Vfd.... go% 0 91%
Ro.aI Dutch...............% % %
Southeen Pacice............4 112y 7514
Southe, Railway lfd...... Us i 5
Tezas Companies............ 30% 11r 13
Unimn Bas & Paper (new).... 0 % 5%
Unton P'seilf---.............10o 15% 1et
Union Pac ii;$...........6 is 1 6
United Clgar tans...... 3 % U
U. 5. Ind. almani........ 11 1 31%
U. S. Rubber............... 8 g 8
U- S. Steel Coeeatin..... % 53% 8%
U7. 5. steel afd...........%l 10% 161
Utah Cbpper............. 75 74% 115%
Va.-Car. Chemial tdM... W f 8
wee.. Unim. ...... % 704 7
Woolorth pfd.......... 6 i 114
COTTON MARETS.
thcu.tda -fr re emb eoti S an
tha noice inolvng eweng esA e and
haer wee cot emaued edeante acettty in the
fmenoem, but afte the Dcmbe puoalem ex
lMedt6nooa the mtet samma a heidme
chater med tradi nw s, oasit diring
the emndea ot the -an. Net adana et
7 to U pmants wee seedsed.
Nee deeto mihst the lat he1r'
trading sad the ceam es s at h sat admm
of 7 to 1T a.
flh-lsi at the pets ms aset LU hIm;s
ePUts, 3.A64 balm.
5pat he, wa quiet. 3 pambe er et 31e;
5o sales. Seat at New Orlean wee stedy, with
ai.imid at 3.3; she.m 1.0 bals
Receipt at Galseide .Tm; New Game
Ualam-e. Mi., ee. 3.-eC~ ,s.. s
5ea~tm~ezgaia misbt:
'WURmAT-. S m ee, 1; We, B sad win
-n RU. kgst et buesa ketm RU to
11as to in ~ir -e ~Saea
bade a amtr er upe ee
O -inhgweba 575; Ra, S waw, U
M-Ua 2 3um, eipat, .se 1.3, ma
kin a-at ae ese n -3. l a.s*.
ALEXANDRIA CHU
PRIiRAMS TODAY
Christmas Sevices to Include Nota
ble Musical Oeings.
* BZRALD BUREAU,
R. E. Knight & Sea.
04 Kist Stet.
Alexandria. Va., Dec. 24.-Christ
mao here will be malked by ser
vices Ia most of the churches and
by family reunions. The Christ
mas spirit was this afternoon
brought into the homes of many
worthy poor families when baskets
were distributed by the Elks and
Salvation Army. A committee of
the Elks worked all the afternoon
filling baskets.
Elaborate musical programs will
be given at many of the churches
omorrow. At St. Mary's Catholic
hurch there will be five masses.
at 5. 6. 7. 9 and 11 o'clock. the last
being a' solemn high mass followed
by benedietion oC the meet blessed
sacrament. Mass will be celebrated
at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at
-> a. mr.
Services at Christ P. E. Church
will be held at 11 o'clock and
there will be holy communion. St.
Paul's P. E. Church will hold ser
vices at i o'clock and Grace P. E.
Church at 6:80 o'clock.
The Methodist Protestant and
Trinity M. E. Churcee will hold
services at 6 o'cloct.
Christmas celebrations were held
this afternoon by Christ P. E.
Church Sunday School and tonight
by Bt. Paul's P. E. Church Sun
day School. Trinity Sunday
School will hold its Christmas cel
ebration Wednesday night.
E. E. Downham, this city, has
been elected representative to the
Imperial Council, A. A. 0. A. M. a.
of North America. for the nine
teenth consecutive year by Acca
Temple of Richmond. Va. Mr.
Downham is one of 22 persons hav
Ing an honorary membership in the
Imperial Council.
In the Police Court today four per
sons were charged with violating the
Sunday closing law, and Justice
Thompson imposed fines of 32 each
on three of those arraigned, the
fourth being acquitted. Two of those
arraigned had two stores and each
were fined $4.
Georgianna Byrd. colored, reports
that a burglar entered her residence.
51O Gibbon street, Saturday night and
stole M and a pistol.
Collateral of $50 was forfeited in
Police Court today by seven men
charged with gambling. The propri
etor forfeited $20 and the others $5
each.
Members of Old Dominion Com
mandery No. 11. Knights Templar.
will assemble in their asylum at noon
tomorrow and drink a toast to the
health of the moot eminent grand
commander.
Engineers today began a survey of
the American Shipbuilding Corpora
tion's site in the. southeastein Sec
tion of the city.
CHICAGO GRAIN.
chuae. Des. n-nhere wsre .dvnms Of
Ito to Ie for som snd ls to 1%e for eats.
Onamee ii sas absen for beth of
thee slais, ad while .the .hihest' ris
Isledtad is hibi, ths undem.t f~e
beth gales was string.
im, wise so seaboard er sif tids Ser eats.
me the eM demand in the amnamst ast
was frm ednter isaute. b he, s -lang
th pain to ao, The. e~ marbe for er
lots was mi-em is is Mharu.
The sren is the hag .a'me a .the
abs se ustewm these -uas the heeda in
bem in seimeas Ther, m wa id buying
br mse mf the lare ------m- hssa Ene
mmu entreets eo ns--e-s-- pecidcs
beve bern let in the suet feir dse i the see
iamment to, fourtmen 4f the lamen Westurn
parera. !e adeies of the Ibid hbsisista
Mma to farners to held bom ee bS een the
markt was due to a deste to uinsiaa a
"nihem- 4f I5%e for the lies ajici
P1-a 11r W. B. Elis A s
CoSZ-- Opn EB e. wan.
Ueombe........... t.i .sg iig u.g
Ma............. 11% 1. 5 41
. ....... 1.5% 3.3 35 DII
--.a. 36 s3 3.3 .36.3
MEEslr
Ouse.
WARE NOR KilR
LEAM TO SIM N
Afred Figine, of Linden, Va., 19s
in Hospital He
Shot during a quarrel, Alfred Fig
gins. 39 years old, a resident of LUn
de, Va.. was removed to the Home
opathie Hospital frmthe Union ata-.
tion Yesterday, suffering fro gun
shot wounds, said to have been in
flicted by UnDh Corder, o of I
Sden.
Figan' rght am and cHentw
torn by the shot which was fired
during an altequrel between the
two men.
According to the sheriff f Warren
County, Mtge Minnie Marti, who was
with Figgins at the theth shoot
ing. went to [email protected] hooms and asked
Figgins to accompany her away from
ion plaes. An altercation followed.
and Corder i said to have appeared
with a shotgun a fired at gest.er
Corder is In Jail at Port Royal,
charged with shooting with intent to
kill.
Sly h at the Solons,
V; TIM OBSIERVER.
Several Representatives bae not
been using sugar at all freely. for
several yearsand the use of this
article Is almost entirely curtailed'
by several members of the Senate.
The shortage, therefore, was not
felt by them. In fact. they insisted
that it would be better for the kid
neYs of the human race if the
shortage continued indenitely. This
IC what Senator Hollis insisted
constituted a silver lining of avery
black cloud.
Senator Kenyon's successful eof
beort to stop the sugar Inquiry and
investigate the coal situation was
brought about by his belief that
coal is needed oreo than sugar jnt
now. There in no answer to this
.argument.
We know of two me bers of
Congres who are ut1zing the hol
idays to have the dentist Al every
cavity Ju their teith. They want
to take no chanen on shortages in
materials used far that purpose.
Wethae theard of none who are
preparing for the recently-announ
ed shortage In fanse-trett.
Every energy will be bert accordf
Ing to Representative Glass, to get
the Federal farm loan amendment
through after the holidays. The
district banks are calling for It, and
so are the farmers. And the lat
ter class have to be "Pa apered"
now If anybody does and it seems
right tat they shoulid.
soaealn the mese ofd th word
wasn't It applied to Mr. Goethals
by Senator Stone when the Goe
thals-Denman row was on last sum
mer? Is it possible that Seniator
BIll will still apply it to the gen
eral when he takes his place as
chief quartermaster?
Senator Baker will come before
the Senate Military Committee one
of these days-and he Is, "loading
up" for it, so It . whispered, And
he hasn't ths least desire in the
world, so It Is said, to hide any
thing that has been done. It might
be added the committee doesn't
want him to try to hide anything.
Gladgome news for the law
makers -"Aaserica's Extra War
,Charities to be .Investigated." By
the national defense council, how
ever, and not by any legislative
body. A curious member4 of Con-'
grees found out, upon InquIring of
somne of his friends In both Houses.
that they had contributed to from
sin to a dosen war eharities.
Where is "the money goingT?
Woyd from Mlsssslppi-after the
holida. veostion is over Pat Har
ison, in the Mouse and James Var
dama In the lenate will vie writh
sach other for support of. every
thing pr'dpeeed. or thought- to be
proodeed, byr the President. for the
war program. But Pat's reg
insiSt *at the pat will eo n ore
that the future will with Demo
cratie voters down there.,
One~ In a while the ueties
Is me. the Capitol teeS Wesuh
ing -a
g4
2,2 ACE KLE
Remiiis in Making Oda A"l
ib Cauass CAeUplanL
Basing estimates upon the number
who have failed to return their
questlonnalres within the prescrib
ed seven days. there will be more
than 239 men of the 30,000 odd in
the District receiving the papers
who will faoe trouble with the War
Department.
Thee men will occupy the 0am
position as a man who failed to
register and will be subject to im
mediate Induction into military ser
vice.
Many papers dled fail to have the
necessary affdavit properly filled
out and these registrants will be
haled bWfore the District exemp
tion board to rdctify their omis
uons.
A. A. Hoehling, chairman of the
legal advisory board, yesterday
urged all notaries to give their spr
vices froe in the completion of af
fdavits required by questionnaire.
"We have written such notaries
as have received fees . and asked
them as a patriatic duty to perform
the work gratis," he said. "While
we have no way of enforcing our
request. I feel sure that calling of
attention to the matter will pre
vent a single notary from accept
Ing money for this .ervlee,"
VI
T9 IC9
MARRIAGE LICENSES,
WHITE.
Jesmsi H. Bartensi, and Beln A.
Neely, 1. Rev. F. J. Prettiyan.
Charles W. Travers 2 Lad edia C. Erm.
2. Rev. . I. Duham.
WIism H. Pmla.s. O sad Ann U. OIl,
19. tev. F. KErrin.
Ieslie L. MUmmel 2L, and lns P. Stanlay,
Is. Rev. J.. Ea sut.
John F. Sebillisar, 3F. ad Anale U. Stra.
3. Rew. 7. Doorm.
Frank P. K . 3X, and Jans . Soels, 9
Rev. W. Bk et.
Leais Horwits. 21, ad Beda EL. Fr., I.
Scued 1.. Guyer. II. ad Edea L. re ff.
Bes, . N. Ldes,.
Warren 0. 2sa . and Olivia U. Gib.
uel, . Reas. J. E.. tirt.
Irs R. Nicet. 2, and U1an B. Kamed. I.
Res. H. F. Downs.
Wmar Tarlr., and Ida . Hoand. I.
ae. 3. D. intehen.
Willism J. ansri.f U, ad Ada E. nate
men, U. R.,. 5. . Huddle.
James D. Blih, ti, and C. Loulse Ssmq,
N, Re,. C. F. Theina.
Frank J. Bartomaa. 4, ad Edna L. Cain.,
31 . Be. G. W. Van Fnee.
sry E. Olive, 4 and retya McWilias.
3. Rev. 5. V. Bryma.
Vern F. Hult. U. ad Gseie E. REsait,
K. Rev. HI. D. Mitchenl.
Jehn U. Diste, E ad leads U. Sre, S.
Re,. J. D. Bolser.
Garie R. hiser, 3 R aAm Diaemi
on, 3. Re,. 3. a BrimL
John W. Ianh, U, and Kathuya M. ES.D..
31, Uev. 3. C. Psa.eer
weaimmon= P. Rergera, . ad Mary 0.
O'Bre, UK Re,. P. 0. Gemaa.
Neile F. Nuyebs, 3, and Anum. E. Armam
trout. U. Rev. E. IL Iar.
L. Iee BUrke, N. ad Iams E. (mm. 3.
Re,. 3. C. BsaR..
Ceos. a. Hathawkr. 3, aml Marths K. Wit,
a. Re. . . Bressa
Charlee D. Parke, , 3.ml Ane R. Garntta,
II. Rev. J. 3. Bas.
Walter L. Dunema, U amfi Mary E. 3mar.
N. Rev. 5. N. Jefdm.,
O si I. ae a a b.
Paul Dieis. ad Aamie N. Wedqe, U
Esn A.Iin, . m P'earle 3. G~ms
U 3vInha i atg. s hamt a
nim . 3 Us. V. U. Grieen
!hmmaIL ehr, . a see bel Gemin, U
Use, ia AlU, E sdw
ILD~Wieh.D. amt TiliKieht., ys
-eeS 3nd mlad E. o h.
Usc. C.rV. mla
K.OU 3. Ge~rOw, 5
B'33.Easels
a, mas mus a
~Lsja Iiel a sim.
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AssETON.-On Friday. December 21.
1937, at Richmnond. Va., CLAMt
= ENCE K.AHTON beloved 0so
of Clinton 3. and Adela B. Aehton,
In'his 3M year. RemainsL .
Thirtieth street northwest
Funsral services at S o'eiodt today
at 122 ThIrtieth street nerthwet.
(Baltirnore papers please engy.)
CLARK-On Monday. December .
7after a long illness, JOHN W.
aged 22 yeaE1 s. ovd
husband of Mary Clark. and belov
ed son of Abner . anD the late
Carrie a. Clark. at id reddece.
110 B estreet northeast.
Funeral Thursday at *dock a. I
mn., fom Church of Nativity.
Fourteenth end A streets south
east. Friends invited.
FRAZIER-On Saturday. December
. 1917, at 6 p. n.. CARL L. FRA
ZIER. He is survived by his fath
er. B. T. Frazier; brother. Ben
jamin C.; sister. Evelyn R. Fra
sier, and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. 0. Conly, and aunt, Mrs.
Minie t. Frazier.
Funeral at 10 a. n. today from hIs
late residens, 190 Third street
northwest.
FRANK-On Sunday. December 2.
M171. at 7:2 p. m.. MELVIN M.
FRANK, the beloved son of Mose
and Rosa Frank.
Funeral from his late residence. 614
M street southwest, tomorrow at
3 p. m.
HOLLIDAY-O Sunday December
23. 1917, at Georgetown 'niversity
HospIt, JOHN H. HOLLID)AY,
r., of apols. first lieuten
ant. . . C., ordnance depart
ment.
JOHN'SON--Departed this life Sunday.
December 72. 1917. at his residence.
415 B street southeast. Sert.WM.a
H. JOHNSON. of the G. A.R.,de-'
voted husband of Alice R. John
son, brother of John Williams,
Primrose and Mrs. Lizzie Lee.
Funeral services at Haven M. E.
Churh, Fourteenth and B streets
southeast, tomorrow at 11 a. mn. In
terment at Arlington cemetery.
LISTON-On Monday, December 24.
1917. at 2: a. o.. LEO A. LIS
TON, beloved son of K A. and K.
C. Iston. aged 1 years. 10 months,
and M days.
Funeral from late residence, 42 New
Jersey avenue southeast, tomorrow
morning. December 26, thence to
1t. Peter's Church. where requiem
mass will be said at . in.
MAGRU'DER--In New York on De
cember ::2, 1917, ANNIE MERRICK
MAGRUDER departed this life.
Residence. 55 L street northwest.
Washington. D. C.
Funeral from Florida Avenue Bap
tist Church tomorrow at 1 p. m.
(Harrisburg, Pa.. papers please
copy.).
MEREDITH-On Monda December
34. 1917. Capt. WLLIAM K
MER'EDITH.
Funeral from his late residence, 1219
Girard street northwest, on tomor
row at 2 p. i. Interinent Atling
ton National Cemetery. (Chicago,
Il, and Indianapolis papers please
copy.)
PERRY--Sunday, December 23, b17.
at 110 p. m., at the residence of
his son. Ashland, avenue. West
Riverdal~e, Prince George County.
Md., Dr. FRED C. PERRY, be
loved husband of Lula Perry, late
of Washington, D. C.
Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. m. Inter
ment private.
ROWAN--On December 22, 117, at his
residence, the Wyoming Apart
ment, Maj. HAMILTON ROWAN,
U. s. A.
Funeral will be tomorrow at 10 a.
s., from St. James' Church, on
Eighth street between B and C
streets northeast.
RUS -On Bunday morning, Decem
her 23. 1917, Mrs. ANNA A. RtSl.
Services at 12 noon today /at Lee's
chapel. Friends invited.
SMITH-On Saturday. December A.,
1317, JAMIES SMITH, beloved hus
band of Elizabeth- Smith.
Funeral from his late residence. 13
Irving stret northeast, Brook
land, tomorrow at 11:30 a. mn. In
terment Rock Creek cemetery.
TALL-On Sunday, December 2, 1917.
at George Washington University
Hospital. JENNIE A. TAL.5 wid
ow of Capt. Joseph H. TalL.
Funeral services at the chapel of W.
R. Spear. Co., 120i H street north
west, tomorrow at 1 p. mn.
WELSH-On Sunday, December 23,
1917 ,at his home, Rockville, Mid..
WILLIAM WALLACE WELSH.
Funeral from late residence tomor
row at 10:30 a. mn
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Matm U5Bin-s s
170a Pa. Ave. ,
1337 10th1St N. W. Phone N. 47
aUITOMOBIL. BVCE. U
FUNERAL DESIGNS,
GEo.C. SAFFR E~a
EEPRE155lVE FLORAL, EMBLEM5Fkiha .
at NODERATE PRIcU-Sig.
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the 00n " i. IS his ight be
he etatbha Part at the brams tamp.
hratn emase tm u t vira
abowtv ,eu ame 6" 88*6 a
Pr8i80e11 sh b8shim.
Damage to the ballg- a" oft
tot was estimatai 1600.
Published mwww a" t e 00
w The Washi
aL at 43Sdstet
I T*tpha xBuelsg - can Mai
I3r. For elasafiae advertisements
t Branch 1).
ember Audit Burea of Clreulp
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WAN'IED--B R I G H T BO i
work in editorial depam t of
rhe Washington HerakL App
MfY EDITOR
MACHINI . dOILERMAKERS. .ACn_ N
As- wues, b amemaa wu- bep.. dm.
Tmeer bms gga ad men porte.
hte and enlad laboredm Appy em. M,
UNte' Statio.
ers: 6 p. m. to 12 p. m.: 25e
3pr hour. Appiy TIAEKEEPER.
Second and I ets. ne.
A. .or.tgtor a.nographe
The PemNe. Mu Raireoad C t.
For waMaiNs and ear rejeinmen.
For wNdte and eoloed aborle it
e NO Jeo a aG. .. Wasbhtinton .,
or w" the N. T.. P. a N. t. ie. C.
iouy t. a.8 :. NCNT. A:m Np.efa. W1.
HELP WANTE-EMALE.
ried or single. as stenographer
to the manager. Mu be good at
shorthand and be alble to turn out
mt work Good pay to start with;
1ine chance for advancement.
gours. 8: 30 a. m to 5: 30 p. m.
Appy Mr. Eastwent. Herald office..
Erst floor. 1
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS.
First aid to the apartment seek
:r will be from the small ad col
imns of The Washington Herald.
Watch the announcements of diw
)lay advcrtiscrs also.
FOR RENT-HOUSE.
to 30TH OT. iE -PEB3LE-DASE;
tams, partly furnshed; adults; Seymt
worker ptrferred; Z minutes to goaement
Ale: S St.
FOR RENT-BUNGALOWS.
DONVENNT 5fiNGifOW.S MITUES
to government Ogis M. MRS. Bi&CE
BURN. Chenyler. .%a.
FURNISHED.
NEW BrN;A LOW: FIVE ~RME~1A."
bsth: electrey: I mntma to gernment
.me..; $0Lt MRS. BLACKBURN. CbeTydale,
Va.
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATr.rtHMVE StUBURBAN HOMES.
. S. IIO.' 0. BLDG. M. T44.
Careful Investments
Of me th Firt Deeo af Treat (nha Mat
was am Wadigtem. D. C., Rmi Estate shrepe
te. the M inhtemt - - ad the reter ot
in the Pridrie due. reardleo af the .arying
imea and valus of etba seaito. ad ther
am not subAet to taxation. We bee been su
ulye a mat Mi making thus lmetme
ar or chets far me tham a qeret a 0
reatury. Inesme ts, M. 80 to SE.00. at a.
5%. end 6 yr cent w reedy for delbeTy Lasse
inveetmerte made.
WE. EL SAUNDERS & CO.,
Seuthern Beig, 307 15th St.
WANTED TO BUT.
trial ia all we ask. SBERZMAN'. 110 5th st.
ne.-3ls N. Y. awe. ow. Pbeme N. 30m. ti
WtU CALLt IN MY UNLIETEED~Aoya
moue. ci t ersbusbm an y iou bldins
tie. far ladiis'. gentlenmea'. ehode' es
reded clothiag, et aD desattaaa. Addema
postal or phone. I etU eml. E. RICE, IRI 7th
it. aw. N. 11t.
OOSOF EVERY 7'ESCRIPToN. BiN-.
gle books to entire iaa iaMa
mo PEAsyLEANS' gegg ggog. gi o
it. no.
WAlE. StUNE CO., 11h and 0 e. ELs.
FOR SALE-MISCELL IANEOUS.
NEW DE5KE, I) iL. WiTH PaEE.
tal built for tyteewrite. lequire FEDFJRAL
COUNCIL OF CRURCHER, 11U1 Woodwasd
Bldg.
FR BALE - CREAP. oML BITO
bangalow. 22EI7 feet: 10 se, with tiil
loe. Sit-re. bungslw sad s acese; all withsa
easy walking dastaneof eti. Aidres MP
st. it.
PERSOP'.ALS.
WK'O1EiGN-EARLY *M~OP!ENt
(aums -ee .r-d minis, .ma yag
om be omre to plamk it dowa like a niinomair.
ro de this mae en a sm at oerswt. Fee -s
for msiaseghtly used; wiread low at S up.
Oet seas. JUlTH'S OLD STAND. Us D.
MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY T0 IDAN ON IMPROVED REAL
esat omat emsmi. D. U. Johm. 33
Whemn o want moey you
ern t opl.Deal wtth re
liable concerns advertising in The
I st ie. agat saad. 4% to 6 ber
sa-aB emeea with -mm
.2 a tmln he temm
WE 3. 5Ammm a 00.
sAmhen - Sb it. us.
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3Oamki 8.... 99
CGAmi, 25 H SL N. W.
qvL Wietsm s
When you waIt your car re
you want it done qui
eads "in this column wil
only of reliable concerns.
ANT 5CETC. AN! 2MS , ANT PLMaM
Ausa d~ aar -am amn es -etm a p
lMsSad while oen wdtL UumagB 006
00! MACEET. 20B abE,. [email protected]
U
ft. P606m rsPsed; estboa semees: oen
amakis, Bodmen-fd Ca.. se UN t . n.
PRICE CAR r!! 1T. WEWOINtG fl A.'
metab e l to mew. Eapuq 6to se
P'Ns Avis sop* gbAk = X. 3a.t .
BROKEN CAST IRON
hAl d estal. -eded te e&.tegmun
WEDT CO.. 00 .. a4. m . lai
We bas ces ~ .md .~a ,.bU...
BUSINES ANNONCJEMS
WNDOW SREE149 AND S5EAD
WINDOW lA AD TO ltDEa.
Best nie. ok i . U. "12.0.
L. PE , NE LET, IM H st a.
_________'ee L. e12 en
MA'PFR EOSEN.
MATTREIES R LNUATED AND REMADE.
In Pm"pt atetin to subdm esem.
CAITOL EEMOVATING 00., 604- a a.
M.1114.
MOVING, PACKING, S'ORING.
MOVING
We fI. lare pe em sad gefg spaa
to h wdle u .r g ds.
PACKERS Of furutture. Paune, em. brie
brer, etc. Erreriered oes Oily.
SHIPPING to "I parte. . the wril.
STORAGE toe furtltu, p. mad ia -
hnld vonde
KRIEG'S EXPRESSe
SAFETY FIRST.
A5SOLCTELY FIRErUiOF SOEAg.,
at. 3w. 1. 41. g
A NTOIRAGN O.
S. Nigh. Ph. X. a.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR I:ET -7"h.TO') -,w %tR
two U.no.taea; thee roo and bath; goa'
loetion for taioler. ee e.ingt, e esarety
met; t.:0. CAYWOOD & GARREET. 131
N Y . a-rw.
EDUCATIONAL
F arirafik s i genis bie
een sent 1 b 10 at. no Ref.
RERIGERATORS, ICEOIES.
McCRAY~REFRIGERATORS.
4Ad CeeMS Resin Are r.e.guals.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.
We btuId (to orir saI rostr rr-rtas,
6U F St. N. W. FRANKLIN 89M.
Ito
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
RECORDS-VICTOR. (00LUMBIA. AND i-w*
100N-6aogt. sold. and &.me&
RECORD EZCHANo,
Phema 1 Tie 'a Ob 0. w.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ot By-Laws, motie is he et.. i that the
ammal neun of the t Seiekhoers of the Ca.
tal Tractuas Coxnany for the election of a
Bord eof Dirletor. for the eta ng- year and the
trns.-taU of sach other boee a ma be
broueh befoe the meeting t-lt be bed at the
offie ef the e laro. Thirty-entth and I
streets MNorthws. Washiugto. ) C., o0 Wn.
NESDAY. Jn.."y h.' 10-43 o cloch a. a.
Th. rolls wrill be '.n- frr ! oIek a- 0. un
tIl 12 o'coc noon. EL D. CftILjIN, seee.
tar'.
A 6Pt.CIAL MEETING OF THE TRLTEEA
and PtockbIIok of THE FRANKIUN OIL
CIMPANT (maparaaid under the l.a. of the
Distri.t of Conta =l te held at Rooa 2;.
Warerl Building. W n D. C.. JAg
UARY 3. 1II, to n-,dor a aelf M the a,*
tal stod of said eriaey am! to de any othe
inoess ltewer to oxme before "Ad gmras.
D. t. LETCHER. N. A. -MITH. C. L.
FILETInER. Tr..e.
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1330 New York Rve.
MaIn 6500
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8N, a. ?aMb*LAnan p
Steware-Warnet s' frlte StatI
Garel Snubbers,
1sa1T V Fureentetg.. Ierth
ELECTRIC CARS.
RAKER-MA Itst.LA...
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1204-OS N. H. aee 2107-1 U st
Phones West 458-15
GASOl.INE CARS,
AUURN-r*AIT~MEijj...
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SA LES CO..
5IZ AND H S1!. NW. Pbee Wg 1n.
S'EPansM-AKANA....
WOODR2UFF MOTOR m.
183 14th st.
NortH 1202.
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Norti 4414.
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