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?fiOOST ALEXANDRIA,
= IS -SLOGAN THERE
AlcMBtlcr the Great Had Nothing
on Greater Alexandria.
TU HIIALD BCRKAtT,
?. E. Knight A (oa.
mta Kin? st*?*?*.
Al-aandrla. Va. March ?.-B. W.
Mon?, etc* president ?ad (entrai
raanacer o? the Virginia Shipbutldlni
?"orporatlcn, waa this afternoon host
to a lare? Catherine of business den
at a ltmetMoa served ln the West
minster Ballding. the occasion beine
to boost the movement of the Cham
ber of Caramera? for a "Greater Al
exandria.'* ?
Mr. Mone made an addre?? In
which he stated that his company
had located in Alexandria when other
cities had offered inducements, an?f
he tdded that the VirTinla Shlp
hwl'.dteg Corporation expect? to have
ten ship? overboard by the end of
thla year. This company, he said.
???11 aive employment to 3,50? men.
which will .-?lean that Alexandria will
hav? from is.ofio to i?.?***o additional
population.
Suggestions wore made by Mr.
Morse for the improvement of differ
ent public utilities. The public schools
he ?aid an all right, but he added
arrangements will have to be made
tft. accommodate between 2,000 and 1,000
?Ocre pupila. Th? speaker praised the
new Alexandria Hospital, which he
said would need 180 beds Instead of
sixty available now. He suggested
the need of a ferry to operate be
tween thla city and the Maryland
side of the river.
?Jkobert la. Payne, president of the
tfiamber ?,f Commerce, presided after
'Mr. Mone finished his address and
mad? a short address on the work
th? Chamber of Commerce expects to
do. He ?aid J. ?. Preston, secretary
ot the Chamber of Commerce, had
reported to him that from December
to March 53,82? persons had been lo
cated hen.
D.1R McFarland. who Is in charge
of the work in connection with the
"Greater Alexandria" campaign, out
lined the bureau plan of the new
Chambe.? of Commerce, which he de
clared had operated successfully in
100 othe- cities.
Other* who i*-;??*?j add- stis wcie
linage I* C. Barley. Gardner la.
Hoothe. Dr. George T. Klipsteln and
Carroll Pierce.
Graham and '"?eden, real estate
dealers, have sold for R. E. Ac
tion and others the three-story
brick dweling- on the south side of
Kins: street between Alfred and
Patrick streets, together with the
large lot adjoining same on the
west side, to Dr. Jesse Hayes.
A special grand jury has been
-ummoned to meet next Wednes
day morning in the Corporation
'ourt. Judge L. C Barley presidili-,
*t which time twelve cases for al
leged violations of the State pro
hibition laws will be presented to
the jury.
Misa Mildred Lee Studds and
I.ieut. Albert G. Clark, the latter of
Washington. were married
'hrist P. E. Church yesterady after
? noon, by Rev. s. A. Wallis. D. D.,
af the Episcopal Theological Semin
ary, assisted by Rev. W. J. Morton,
rector of Chrsit P. E. Church.
In the Corporation Court today
in the divorce suit of Lillian 11.
?Vrmstrong against Jamea R. Arm
-t?ong, the court awarded Mr. Arm
-"tronii a divorce instead of the wife.
*?*>. Armstrong having filed a cross
1.ill. ln the Circuit court a final
lecree for divorce was granted In
lae ?-as? of Irene Davis from Henry
- K. Pa vis.
' Samuel F. Hambo. ?21 years o.a. died
ieaterday at ni.? rtala*nee. -14 PH**c*
str?*et. He was a retired glasablower.
In addition to his v.iie. three sons and
two. daughters are ?iviug. His funeral
will take place at 2-30 o'clock Sunday
*it?:rnoon. fropi his late residence,
B?v. A E. Spei'man. pastor of Tnn
liy M. K. Churcii, officiating.
C Taney Jackson. 37 years old.
'?i mer resident of this city, died >"??
u-rdav at Garfield Hospital, Washmg
om. He was unm-i.-ried. The body
?vas- brought to Wlicallcy's mortuary
:haped and prepared ??? burial.
Walker I.. Gap-, infant son of Will?
am T. Gary, died ?ast night and the
Mineral took place this afternoon lion?
?lis father's residence, Del Ray. Alex
indria County.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
William D. Seeser. TK. of Mount Solon. Va.
lud Kliiabeth ? Sbull. Tl. of ?print Creek.
?a. Re?. J. A. Edwarde.
Listar it. Allen. 3. of Pittsburgh, Pa . and
??Henne M. Allison, a. Ras?. J. t. Knap?.
Julias C. Heinie. a. of SH. Paul. Minn., and
Tmraa Schmidt. S, of Blooner. Wis. Re?. 1.
.. A. laoertnan.
tetaia Oe !.. Uohisff. 2G*. and Anne L.
Vaedle. TS. Re?. B. U ?.rest-man.
??hare? W. Search. ?. and Fulda it. O.
rmeet. S. Stet. C & Pults.
Edward ?. Riihlin. SI. and Helena Carhaad.
t. Rev. J. MacMurrav
.tLitbur R. Brown. % and Alice Oxtm. ?.
Wtth ot Laurel I. Maa?. Re.. J. L. Gordon.
I.me? Jordan. Tl. aad Viola 1. A p?sesele. 11
?oth of P??aland, ?ire?. Re?. H. I). Mitcliell.
COLORED.
Itmta ?** Graham. ?, and Lillian Brown. ??
attrai T. Moer?.
rTnarlsn I. btern. S. ?nd Elizahetb Laod.-um.
m Re?. A. J- Tyler.
tarter J. Baltimore. ?V of Alexandria. Va.,
?aid Nellie Preatoo, 13. Rei ?A I?. Battle.
' ?War?? H. ?ate.. S, and EH-lle L. Morris, 19.
??. X. J. Mopmn?.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITS.
$*ua?)-*l Z. tnd Etelyn M Tajman, bt*y.
Heary aad FVetta Hhagart. boy.
Jacob and Annie Stennan, girl.
William aad K. I*. Payne, girt.
Bdward ht. ?nd Thelma Miner, p.?'
Ouy and Edith D. McKinner. girl.
?-Arthur W. and Lillian S. McNabhe. girt.
- Harry C amA Anni? M. King, girl.
Mik? and CatlM<rine Hioa. girl.
Kli and Sarah Feldman, hey.
Lfwia J. and Marie Emerj. girl.
Luigi and alary T. Conaorti. boy.
COLOHKD.
Emanuel and Sarah E. Smith, gir?.
Robert ?and Hattie O'DeOaa, boy.
-anon and Mary Martin, girl.
mmama I*, ?nd Helen Hunt, giri.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE.
-. Rachel St. Peroaniaez. TV rears. 911 2d tt. nw.
Kliasbetb Mine. 74. Sitia? ???[???1.
Jeta J William?. ?, the Argrle Apta
' Taaua C. Danny, lt. rear of ?? Con?, sie.
Jot? Downing. SS. Proiid?nce Hospital?
- neetmt D. Sb???Il. ?. ?? D it. aw.
" rtttmaebi titr?t ni.', ?. Emergency HtMSltal.
Mary K. Smith, f?, 193 D ?t. aw.
Henry C. Crais. t?. 31? O et. aw.
Edwia A. Stereo?, m. Protideno* HoapetaL
" Arthur W. Bernard, tt. Ml Qnarles st.. Kasil
? aerrb. D. C.
fXHaORID.
MaiT Addalo?, ti, 1? Mb tt. tra.
Howard Barn, 1, ? nias.r?M. et. m.
? *er*h Cibai?. SB. Mi WUT??un ?t. aw.
tr.et ?lUnm? ?. ya ??. ?>- m
Mari? ?V Jai?. ?. 33W SU ?t nw.
'*-'?' ??a Buckler. 4. ??????? Ho??iUl.
<? lame? peitnna. ? ???th?, HTT .Newts? al. aw.
" WiltaMB Mache?. ? aatmtbs. IM ?h st aw.
,.., FUI Biter Rejette*..
naiOswego. -"**? r? March v ?"Hank"
1 TMott. who spends his summer months
. biting- nails to pieces st shows, waa
rejected for the army here today. ??
. though he wanted to ?o to f**rance the
doctors -wid be was "physically un
PATHETIC FIGURES.
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} fc FONTiUNE FOX.
The military bride
who has Just looked
AT FIVE MAGAZINES
CONTAINING PICTURES
OF AN^AMERICAN
SOLDIER KISSING
A FRENCH GIRI?.
(Copyright. 191?. by Th? Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
"OVER THE TOP"
By ARTHUR GUY EMPEY
Copyrighted by Arthur Guy Empey.
CHAPTER XXIV-CONTJNI'ED.
Meanwhile his company had gone
"over." They, with the other com
panies, had taken the tirPt and second
German trenches, and had pushed
steadily on to the third line. Com
pany D, led by their captain, the
on? who had sent Lloyd to division
headquarters for trial, charged with
desertion, had pushed steadily for
ward until they found themselves far
in advance of the rest of the attack
ing force. "Bombing out" trench after
trench, and using their bayonets, th?J
came to a German communication
trench, which ended in a hllndsap, and
then the captain, and what was left
of his men. knew they were in a
trap. They would not retire. Com
pany D never retired, and they were
Company D. Right in front of them
they could see hundreds of Germans
preparing to rush them with bomb
and bayonet. They would have some
chance if ammunition and bombs could
reach them from the rear. Their sup
ply was exhausted, and the men real
ized it would be a case of dying as
bravely as possible, or making a run
for It. But Company I> would not
run. It was against their traditions
and principles.
The Germans would have to advance
across an open space of three of four
hundred yards before they could get
within bombing distance of the trench,
and then it would be all their own
way.
Turning to his company, the cap
tain said:
"Men, it's a case of going West for
us. We are out of ammunition and
bombs, and the 'Boches' biave us in
a trap. They will bomb us out. Our
bayonets ar? useless here. We will
have to go over and meet them, and
It's a case of thirty to one, so send
every thrust home, and die like the
men of Company D should. When I
give the word, follow me, and up and
at them. Give them hell! God, tf we
only had a machine gun, we could
wipe them out. Here they come, get
ready, men."
Just as he finished speaking, the wel
come **pup-pup" of a mach?n? gun
in their rear rang out. and the front
line of the onrushing Germans seemed
to melt away. They wavered, but
once again came rushing onward.
Down went their second line. The
machine gun wa* taking an awful toll
of lives. Then again they tried to
advantre, but the machine gun mowed
thejn down. Dropping their rifles and
bombs, they broke and fled in a wild
rush back to their trench, amid the
cheers of Company D. They were
forming again for another attempt,
when In the rear of Company D came
a mighty cheer. The ammunition had
arrived and with It a battalion of
Scotch to reinforce them. They were
saved. The unknown machine gun
ner had com? to the rescue In the
nick of time.
With the reinforcements, it was an
easy task to take the third German
lin?.
After the attack was over, the cap
tain and three of his noncommis
sioned officers, wended their way back
to the position where the machine
gun had done iU deadly work. He
wanted to thank the gunner ln the
name of Company J3 tor hia magnifi
cent deed. They arrived at the gun,
and an awful sight met their eyes.
Lloyd had reached the front line
trench, after his company had left It.
A strange company was nimbly crawl
ing up th? trench ladders. They were
reinforcements going over. They were
Scottie?, and they made a magnificent
sight in their brightly colored kilts and
bar? knee?.
Jumping over the trench. Lloyd
raced across "So Man's Land." un
heeding the rain of bullets, leaping
over dark forms on the ground, some
of which lay still, while others called
out to blm as he speeded past.
H? cam? to the German front line,
but it was deserted, except for heaps
of dead and wounded?a grim tribute
to the work of his company, good
old Company D. Leaping trenches,
and grasping for breath, Lloyd could
see right ahead of him his company
in a ?lead-ended sap of a communica
tion trench, and across the open, away
In froflt of tlitnn, a mass of Germans
preparing for a chare?. Why didn't
Company D Ore on Unen! Why wer*
they so strangely silent What wire
they waiting for? Then he knew
their ammunition was exhausted.
| But what was that on his right? A
| machine gun. Why didn't it open tin;
and save them? He would make that
' gun's crew do their duty. Rushing
over to the gun, he saw why It had
? not opened fire. Scattered aiound its
j base lay six still forme. They had
. bruught their gun to consolidate the
1 captured position, but a German ma
, chine gun had decreed they wouid
1 never tire again.
I Lloyd rushed to the gun, and grasp
ing th?- traversing handles, tralneil it
I on the Germans. lr*e pressed the
! thumb piece, but only a sharp dick
! was the result. The gun was unload
ed. Then he realized his helplessness.
! He did not know how to laud the gun.
| Oh, why hadn't he attended the ma
i thine-gtin course in England? He'd
b?*en offered the chance, but with a
blush of shame he remembered that
he had been afraid. The nickname
of the machine gunners hsd frighten
ed him. They were called the "Sui
cide Club." Now. because of this
| fear, his company w,,uld have to die.
j because he, Albert Lloyd, had been
afraid of a name. In his shame he
? eried like a baby. Anyway he could
? die with them. and. rising to his feet,
? he stumbled over the body of one of
? the gunners, who emitted a faint
? moan. A gleam of hope flashed
through him. Perhaps this man could
tell him how to load the gun. Stoop
ing over the body, he gently shook it,
and the soldier opened his eye?. See
ing Lloyd, he closed them again, and
In a faint voice said:
"Get away, you blighter, leave me
I alone. I don't want any coward
i around me."
The words eut Lloyd like a knife,
but he was desperate. Taking a re
volver out of the holster of the dying
man, he pressed the cold muzzle to
the soldier's head, and replied:
"Ye.?, it is Lloyd, the coward of Com
pany D, but so help me God, if you
don't tell me how to load that gun,
I'll put a bullet th.oigh your brain"'
A sunny smile eame over the count
enance of the dying man, and he said
in a faint whisper:
"Good old boy! I knew you wouldn't
disgrace our company-"
IJoyd Interposed, "For God's sake,
! if you want to save that company you
I are so proud of, tell me how to load
that damned gun!"
As If reciting a lesson In school,
the soldier replied in a weak, singing
voice: "Insert tag end of belt in feed
block, with left hand pull belt left
front. Pull crank handle back on roll
er, let go, and repeat motion. Gun
Is now loaded. To Are, raise auto
matic safety latch, and press thumb
piece. Gun Is now firing. If gun stops.
ascertain position of crank handle-"
But Lloyd waited for no more. With
wild Joy at hi? heart, he took a belt
from one of the ammunition boxes ly
ing beside the gun. and followed the
dying man's Instructions. Then he
pressed the thumb piece, and a burst
of lire rewarded his efforts. The gun
was working.
Training it on the Germans, he
shouted for Joy as their front rank
went down.
Traversing the gun back and forth
along the mass of Germans, he ?aw
them break end run back to the cover
of their trench, leaving their dead
and wounded behind. He had saved
his company, he, IJoyd. the coward,
had "done his bit." Releasing the
thumb piece, he looked at th? watch
on his wrist. He was still alive, and
the hands pointed to ".":38." the time
set for his death by the court.
"Ping!"?a bullet sang through the
air. and Lloyd fell forward across th?
gun. A thin trickle of blood ran down
his face from a little, black round
hole In hi? forehead.
The captain slowly raised the limp
form drooping over the gun, and wip
ing the blood from the white face,
recognised it as Lloyd, the coward of
Company D. Revererftly eovcring th?
face with hia handkerchief, he turned
to his "concoma," snd In a voice
husky with emotion, addressed them:
"Boys, it'? Lloyd, the deserter. He
ha? redeemed himself, died the death
of a hero. Died that his mates might
live."
That afternoon, a solemn procession
wended its way toward the cemetery.
In the front a stretcher was carried
by two MrgeaaU. Aaron the stretch
ttt the Union Jack was carefully
spread. ?Behind the stretcher came the
captain and forty-three men. ail that
were left of Company D.
Arriving at the cemetery, they halt
ed ln front of an open grave. All
about them, wooden croases were
broken and trampled into the ground.
A grizzled old sergeant, noting this
destruction, muttered under his
breath: "Curse the cowardly blighter
who wrecked those crosses! If I
could only get these two hands around
his neck, Ms trip West would b? a
short one.**
The corpse on the stretch seemed to
move, or it might have been the wind
blowing the toltiti of the Union Jack.
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DIED.
BttiNETT-On Friday. March S. 191?.
at 8:30 a. m., at hi.? residence, 116
Seaton place northwest, JOHN K?
the beloved husband of the late
May T. Bennett (nee .Shea).
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BERNARD-On Thursday. March 7.
191S, at 6 a. m., ARTHI'R W.
BERNARD.
Funeral from residence of his sister.
Mrs. H. J. Williams, um Quartes
street, Kenilworth, D. C, today,
at 1 o'clock. Interment at Glen
wood Cemetery. Relatives and
friend? Invited to attend.
BLACKBURN?Suddenly on March 7.
1918, at 7 p. m., at her residence,
1702 Nineteenth street northwest.
MARY E., wife of former Sena
tor Jo. C. S. Blackburn, of Ken
tucky.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BRECKONS?At Emergency Hospital,
Thursday March 7, 1918, at 7 p. m.,
JOSEPH A. BRECKONS, aged 60.
Funeral from Gawler's chapel, 1730
Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
Saturday at 3 p. m. Friend? In
vited.
CERNUSCHI?On Thursday. March 7,
1918, at Emergency Hospital, BAS
SANO, beloved husband of Made
line Cernuschl, of 3201 Mount
Pleasant street northwest. Re
mains at Oawler's chapel, 1730
Pennsylvania avenue northweet.
Funeral from Sacred Heart Church,
Fourteenth and Park road, today,
at 9 a. m.
CRAIG?On Wednesday, March ?, 1918,
at 4 p. m., at his residence. 312.)
O street northwest. HENRY
??LAY, son of the late William
llenrv and Amanda Craig, beloved
husband of Mary Ege Craig and
father of Dr. Albert E. Craig and
Netta Craig, who was born March
14, 1843.
Funeral services at Masonic Hall,
Wisconsin srvenue, Georgetown,
today at 2 p. m.
CRAIG?Special communication of
George C." Whiting Lodge. No. 22.
F. A. A. M.. has b?*en called for 1
o'clock p. m., on Saturday, March
? 1918. to attend the funeral of our
late brother. HENRY C. CRAIG,
who departed this life on Wednes
day, March 6. at 4 o'clock p. m..
in tbe 57th year of his 'age. By
order of the master. HERMAN
VON OEH8EN. M. A. BECK??
HAM. secretary. s
iTROtPI-EY?On Friday. March S. Mt?.
nt 2:10 a. m., EDWARD MAURICE,
beloved ?on of Agnes R. Watson
and the late Thomas L. Cropley,
aged 17 year?.
Funeral from the residence of his
uncle. O. F. Watkins, 300 Florida
avenue northwest, on Monday,
March 11, at 2:30 p. in.
DYBON?Departed thi? life Wednes
day, March ?. UU, WILLIAM
HENRY, tb?* belo***?? husband ot
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Delia Dyson and father nt laoule.
William. Jr.: Beatrice. Magdalen
an?] James Dyson.
Notice ot funeral later.
FKUNANDEZ-On Thursday. March
7. 191fc, at the residence of her
son. 911 Twenty-second street, RA
CHEL. W.. widow of John M.
Fernande*.
Funeral from Ihe residence of her
son. 911 Twenty-second street, to
day at 2 p. m.
HAYDEN?Died in Cleveland. Ohio,
Wednesday. March ?. 1918. Mrs.
KATE BULL HAYDEN, widow
of I.ewis Havden.
Burial services st St. Andrew's
Church, New Hampshire avenue
and V street northwest, Saturday,
March 9. at 2 p. m. Interment in
Rock Creek Cemetery. Friends in
vited to the church.
HUGHES?On Wednesday. Msrch ?.
191S. AlaVERTA L?. beloved wife
of Robert H. Hughes and daugh
ter of the late Robert !.. and Ra
chael Ewing, aged M years.
Funeral services at her late re*i
?*enee, Branchvllie, Md., today at
7:15 o'clock. Relativ??.? and fri??nds
are Invited to atlend Iiiterment
at Rockrun, Harford County, about
12 o'clock.
H 1' ? ? E R?On Tuesday morning.
March ??, 191'. at Providence Hos
pital. EI.l.IS HINTER, the be
loved husband of the late Sarah
Hunter and devoted godfather of
Mrs. Carrie Payne.
Funeral from 11*22 South Capitol
street, tomorrow, thence to Mount
Mnriah Baptist church. Second and
? streets southwest. Rev. J. Har
vey Randolph. D. D., pastor.
Friends are Invited.
HUNDLEY?On Wednesday. March ?.
191?. GEORGE S.. beloved husband
of Ella C. Hundley Inee Kilroyl
and ?on of Mrs. Emma C. Hund
ley, aged X' years.
Funeral from his late residence. T210T1
Fourth street northeast, today
at 8:30 a. m. Requiem mass at St.
Martin's Church. North Capitol
and ? streets, at 9 o'clock. Rela
tives and friends Invited to at
tend. Interment at Rock Creek
Cemetery.
LEWIS-On Wednesday. March 6. 191?.
at her residence. 51 C street south
west. LENA, the beloved daughter
of Mrs. Caroline Thomas, and sis
ter of Mrs. Fannie Knootz, Mr?.
Carrie Brown and Mrs. Mary
Davis, and mother of Ida. laena,
William, Frederich and William
Lewis, jr.
Funeral from Ebenezer Church,
Fourth and D streets southeast.
Rev. Dean, pastor, tomorrow at ??
o'clock. Frlemls and re:atives in
vited to attend.
McFARLAND ? On Wednesday.
Msrch 6. 191?. at 7:1G? p. m.. at her
residence. 523 Third street north
west. Mrs. ADDIE McFARLAND.
beloved wife of the late B. F. Mc
Farland. She Is survived by seven
children, five sons, two daughters,
thirteen grandchildren and two
sisters.
Funeral from her late residence to
day at 3 oYIock. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Con
gressional Cemetery. (Baltimore
rapers please copy.)
McFARLAND?Members of Camp No.
4. P. O. of ?.. are requested to at
tend the funeral of our late sister.
ADDIE McFARLAND. at her late
residence. 523 Third street north
west, today at 3 p. m. Order of
H. A. BURKE, secretar}'.
McFARLAND?Members of National
Lodge. No. 2. Order Shepherds of
Retlilehem, are requested to attend
the funeral of our late sister,
ADDIE McFARLAND. from her
late residence, 523 Third street,
northwest, today at 3 p.?m. M. C
SWEENEY, scribe.
P.EED?Departed this life on Thurs
dav morning. March 7, 191S. Mrs.
REBECCA REED.
Funeral from her late residence, 615
Rhode Island avenue northwest,
at 2 o'clock, tomorrow. Friends
and relatives are invited.
SIIEKTELL?On Thursday. March 7.
1918, GEORGE DOWELL. son Of
the late George D. and Ann
Shekell. .
Funeral from the residence of his
sister. Mrs. ' George Byron. 702 D
street southwest, on today at 2
p. m. Strictly private. Internu-nt
Congressional Cemetery.
SMITH ? On Wednesday. March ?,
1918, at 5:20 p. m.. at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. .J. T.
Bresnahan. 1373 D street south
west. MARY T... widow of the late
William J. Smith.
Funeral todav at 8:30 a. m.. trom
St. Dominic's? Church.
STEVENS?Entered Into eternal rest
at Providence Hospital, Col. ED
WIN A. STEVENS, son of the late
Edwin A. and Martha Bayard
Stevens, of Castle Point. Hbboken,
N. J., ln the ?th year of bis life.
WATEHS-On March 7, 1918. at 3:30
p m., at 85 Fenton place norlh
west, FANNY WATERS, at the
age of 05 years. She leaves ?wo
sons and a host of relatives.
Funeral from Sitka Baptist Church.
Montgomery, Md., at 1 p. m. to
morrow.
WILLIAMS-On Thursday. March 7.
1618, at 2t>. m.. at Providence Hoi
pital. CHARLES RAYMOND, be
loved and only son of W. Ray ?nd
Dora W. Williams, aged 13 months.
Funeral private. Mount Olivet Cem
etery.
WILLIAMS?At 1:15 p. m., Thursdav.
March 7. 191$, ln his apartments
at the Argyle, Seventeenth street
and Park road northwest, Waah
lngton. D. C. Dr. JOHN J. WILL
IAMS. ?9 years of age, an honored
member of Camo 17? U. C. V. He
DIED.
was tiic son of Dr. S. H. Williams |
and Mary Williams, of Alexandria,!
Va. Hit* wife and two daughters.)
Mrs. Bell, of Richmond, and Mr**-.
Duhtd, of Washington, were at
hin bedside when he d!?f*d
limerai eervlces at 10 a. m. today,
al Mount Pleasant Methodist
Church South, conducted hy Re\.
J. C. (Copenhaver, assisted by Kev.
H. M. Canter. Confederate Vet
erans are requested to attend tne
funeral in uniform. Interment will
be at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Bal
limore. as soon after the funeral
h? the remains can be conveyed
ther*1 by automobile.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER S ?SONS
TlLt.MONI yiji?. SST??LI?MSO II
Iiiin S5I2-53I3 >?Wf5?vV LADY
W W. Charabei?. E. T. Chamber?.
W. W. CIUMBERS CO.
1400 Chapia M. N. W.
Modani CluprL Da> 01 Nicht- Phone Ol. i~
We L'ee Automobile Serric* ExcluiirrlT.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
GEO. C SHAFFER RVS?.
[JPI1Ess:TE ITaiRAL EMBLEMS Ih? rx? M.
at MODERATE l'BKtS. ??mit
Promis alari Careful Auto DaHien Birrice.
Appropriate Floral Token?.
maamta*ra*amS?i ie? inezie na??c
Gide Bros. Co., 1214 F Street
Promt* auto ?aHrery ?emee.
HELP WANTED?MALL
WHITE BOY WANTED. WITH WHEEL.
lor ?Trilli?: good opportuni!?. R. sMAI.1.
WOOD, ?n Real Estate Truat Bid*.. .HI, and
11 ?ta. nw. niln*?at
tOmVam. COIatlBEI>. WITH-WHEEL";~P??f
????????? position. THE MUDE. 11th ud F
et?, nw. It
CYLINDER AND JOB PRESSFEKDF.RS
HishMt ??ass?. HAYWORTH PUBLISHING
HOUSE, ta <: al. nw. It
JOB PRINTER "H ?G H Est WAGES ??)
first-ola? man. HAVWORTH PUBLISHING
HOUSE. S3 ?; at. t .?. It
Mll.i.ER AUTOMATIC I" ?IX S FEE 11 ER ?1G
er.lor: lilshaat ?am HAYWOBTH PUB
LISHING HOUSE, fT? r. rt.ma._?
WANTED - ???"t?? SERVE MORNING
Herald' $13 ter month. Arra* ?. ELKTON
8MITH. f? C ?I. ?w. _m*???
W?^?D-FIRST-CLASS ??LEASER-A?B
presser. Apply lit'. Iftu et nw. H
WANTED?BOYS (WHITE) FROM
16 to 19 years old for various de
partments in the store; an oppor
tunity for advancement for bright
boys who apply themselves. JULIUS
GARFINKLE & CO. mh8-3t
WANTED - EXPERIENCED MEN POR
botme-to-boiue caniaaKinf. BOX 12, H r?M
offir.. ^^^^ mhS-3t
WANTED-WRITS' B?i?~T? WQRK ?N
baierj; night work; $11 pit weft? to ?tart.
?HAS. SCHNEIDER BAKING 00... ?15 I
at. nw. rrtht.t
v?T?ted-<ki>tm> valet? r o?sck. a???
DEWEY HOTEL. IH? L *. nw. p?-?
E?B?R?RS - 1?; HIGH WAGES; fSXK
around ?oit. Arr**- TERRA ?'OTTA BRH'K
CO., Terra CotU. P. C_ T?ke Soldier?' Home
ear. mhi a
WAiNT?D^I^ORERS. APPLY
TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO..
new building. Conn. ave. and Pierce
Mill rd. Wages $3.32 for 9 his. and
time and one-half for overtime.
__ mch7-tf
WANTED?A COLORED- BOY WITH B1CY?
< 1?? ; ? .?m-.a ni*nt ' ?. ?si ? Km ; food salary. ? ? E
?IODE, nth and F ata. aakt 3t
WANTED-PLL-MBFJlSi BEST WAGES, Uli
14th ?t. nw. mJiTTt
BOYS WANTED. WHO LIVE IN THE
northiaat, to eefl The llrrald. Apply at 1018
K ?t. n?. mur tf
TINNER IMMEDIATELY POR JOBI'.INO.
Bring tools Y. C. STELZKR CO.. 1115 14th
t. nw. mhjTt
WANTED?MESSENGER
boys over 16 years of -age ;
rapid promotion. Apply Room
308, Union Station. tf
BOYS TO SELL PAPERS. APPLY AT 1<?U
H at. n-?. not later than S a. tn. mbl-tf
WANTED-WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
white or colored : $2.75 per day. Apply Time
keeper. ADAMS EXPRESS CO.. 2d and 1
ai^ae._teisti
WANTED-?T? TO SERVE NEWSPAPER
tonte. Apply ItiS Pa. si?. at
AS 0??0G.?????G WITH THE PENNSlIa?
Tanta Railroad Company for car repairs*?*?,
frclcht bandiera, machinist?, telpem, freight
brakemen. whits snd colored laborer., and men
for laiious other occupaUons. Apply IB N. J
are. ac, Washington, or Knitheaal comer Cal
ant snd Cntn at?, Baltimore, or ?ith 'ha
N. T? 1'. A K. B. R., Brook, aia-, NorioU.
*?? t
HELP W.
?Ranted-*? active woi-bA fob w?SS
in prints*? oHlee. HATWGBT? SKBUeH
INO HOUSE, ?G?, a?._It
WAITBESSES. rfrlcmfL?; m ??? laUNTH
?od mas?a; suady work. BO? * Rnald
atta, .****
?spsrispoe?; ?Md *?asaS.?S*l hSSHl. BELLI.
ruE HOTEL, lith and labi m*. mk?*
WANT*?Tv5?AMSrKI?a OK MCt'S ?AB
menta; good aalary; parmsaaat poskau? THE
MODE. 11th ?nd G ta. ?w. arbltt
WANTEI>-YOUNG LADY
la whole?'? easily abat?; |jiiwia?i.t position to
right person. Apply sfur T a. m.. W Kb
*._**._mtrb
?TWO TOUNG LADIES WHO CAK SHAW
Poo snd sue ?e?'p treatments; alao one expert
?lairdreaeer ; pood ?alary, ateatty praftta? 181
S at ?w. r.h? Tt
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
m 22D FT. VW.-fhBEE ??R FOL'B tXM
Dished rooms, flTi, $20. sad $30 per month
mat?
S
WANTED?ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED IN SMALL
family by young man, iiiiirenatr graduata,
walking distance Treasury Departaiisnt. Piarme
North Mil. bU^I
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
TO LEASE BENT. HELL OR EXCHANGE.
ir.OtaJ atoare feet of ground In Brookland.
D ?'. In,ture of LEWIS, SB Dlatnct N?tionaj
Hank BMg. mhT?
FOR SALE?BUNGALOW.
COZY S BiJOMS; GAS. HATH. ELBTTKln
lt>, hot w?t?T best, porctaaa, and **nmr: eieat
lo rit?, ta Virginia, o? trolley lini. OWN El!,
Boi 1?. Herald offl"?_It
~REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
?????G?1?? cCBURBAN HOMES.
J. 8. TOML1N\OX. SI 80._BLDG. M^fHS
TWO BEAI TIFUL ? RT?OM UkHatoU I
rewly for occupants?, one bks-k from car line: I
delightful location ; all mtalern coninlienee. ; '
13.79? tip. Bargains in lata, ?tt?? to Boit, j
WASHINGTON - POTOMAC INDU.sTKIAL
CORPORATION, TM Hth st., SU Union Sarinca
B?iik Bl.lg._fctttl
Carefui Investments
M nteron m V irai CVeda ot Trift ?Fuel Mri-t
ramtai ?? Waahjr.p-u.o, ?? G.. ?let? F*tate il????*
|i*t tb? full tatareat prontar-d and the retar*, ?4
nil tb? pfir.cH'?e doe. reetrt am of. the rtrr.ng
ir.tyttr.ta and raluea of ctbtf v?.;v**c*. aad tbef j
ire not aobje-et to Untino. W? haea been mm ,
remtn??j ?ngagrd tu ibaklac thete roaetrtr*? it
for otrr eben? for bi-^t th?? ? Qoarter ot a
rv-ntnry. iBTeetmecTft. CBO. 9399 to tM.M. ?' I. ?
V*. and 9 i-j- crit oc*? >etr?j for delifery. Large ,
latftai.Tti made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO.,
Southern Bu?dinf, ?S07 15tb St.
_* LOST.
LOST ?FROM AUTOMOBILE.
lady's suit in box Friday after
noon. Liberal reward. Return to
1725 T st. nw. It
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
Hu?:-,-.- AT AU-. TIMI- Tl-N ???.?\?
Und Imkary twrs*-?. FRKIi JOUN?>N ?? E
st. te. Phooe l^nrytn ]?X. Dili* Tt
U?K>D POE FIKtI'LArK. Hou,ER. FT R
nace and aUrm, ?-6 per "ord. H.50 prr H c t<1 :
alao mli? kindling wood in any qoutit-f. Call
I inociln 3831 toe -prompt Aetixery. BscM-tf
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
wanted - oas hot watfr hkatkr
(oof iMtantaneou??. Addn-aa li. L.. ?&*G Md.
tre. ne. It
WANT?>-MOl?EBN OAK ???~??Ga lint,"
??? furniture and ?.??'?? tanfci. E. HsENr*H-ET.
1314 ?. Y. ?il Mam 79?. tr* - 9*
MONET TO LOAN.
MONK TO LOAN ON AI'Ili'iVEO G??
real ??Tate at li?n*it corre&t ratea; Cecial J
priTil.gee with rearcct io pri?ar pa?me?*a. ?
TYLER A RUTHERFORD. Inc.. ?IT IMh?. tf I
MONEY TO LOA.N-JMO TO ?OT.J? ON D. C.
leal eatata. 6e?*ral tniar fund.. Is. to ? pel
cent. All trsnaactions cor-dueted wr.b actsKssi
cai ?T**a>aerition lor borrower?.
VVM U. sACNDEBS A CO..
..-?itlaarn Bui'.diag. m~. l?th ?a. a?.
If
WANTED TO BUT.
JUNK
WASH. JL'N'h CO.. ?LudO? line. HE
_?^___UL
WE BUI AND SELL FTRNlTUBIi. A
i-.il a aU ?. a>I. SHLHMAN !?. 1111 tth H.
a?.?1011 X. I. aie, nw. Phone N. SVC tt
WUX""C?LL IN MT ONUTrEBFD~?CT?
mobil., city o? subnrtjsa, sad pay yen higbeat
price? for laflir.', gentlcinec'?. children'? di?
carded clothing, of all deaeri??*?"??. Addi???
p?a?tsl or phone. I will call E RICE. -IS. Tth I
A. a*. N. IIS
_tf
RtSoKS or ev'bt ritscRipnoN. fin
orj\jn.j ^ tnMt tp ntin uorln(k MUa
see. PEAitLUAVs book eaop. ibi u
AUTOMOBILES^
G?? H111K
SElTAXI LINCOLN SI
It l*x*ka._??.4 JI
ilry pnsper. ? n ti
Sh -rruag. rat hoar.LB
Tsirng . !-?
CEMBAL taxi COMPANY. INC.
?
ACTO REPAIRS.
BROKEN CAST IRON
And other melali welded by autafmo?? pinrsal
WELPIT CO.. (1< N. J. aie. aw. Lin SCS.
Wa bnild (to order! aad repair refrigeratola
ANY 8ERVICE. ANY TTME. ANY PLAC?T
Anta? ci aay make aad age repaired m reboiit
Uoida fixed while yo? wait, morase- Hot?
ROI MACKIT, 51J 10th st. aa, Uaoola tat
_?
AUTOOENOUS WELllISO AND EADlAT?iM
wort?. Fendei? repaired, carbon remosed . sate
repairing. Budaon-Byid Cu., rear UK Vi. aie a?.
_,_*L
PPJCE CAS FIX IT. WEI.DWi? ?*F ALL
metal, e inai to new. ETpert aoto repainng
Pnce ? Aule Repair Shop. Ml N. CapttaL ?
im.
If
FOR SALE?GARAGES.
GET A OARAGE ???? WILL OUTLAST
any garage in the maiket in appeaiance, dur?
bility, and price. V. ?. ?. BIEN, 111* G SL
nw. l*hone M. 3151.
MOVING, PACKING, STORING
SAFETY S10KAGF, AND TRANSFER COM
PANY. 6? Mai?. a\e. vm. I*booe ?"3 Krmnk
hn-Movine, storing, packinc and ebipo?***;
ctreiul and nTw-riemn-? men; latte ????. ope
rate rooms for et ora* ?? $1.? and up. ??*]?} 60t
^?F?TY'nRSTT
ABSOLUTU-? FlBEPWlOr STOKAOK.
Boon? tl s?d op. Morta? aas Packing
UNITED STATES l?TORA??K CO. ??* bat
tt. aw. PlKSlii ?. ?? ani l*rai?Hin -JJL3. tf !
t^em.e^tst Fr** sbtmtam me ****-:
L\?S!J*lS ???? ?. ****. a. tat*.
. SMITH'S TRANSFER
A STORAGE CO. SU
8. Slabt Pia. H. MM.
if
MOVING
We farniih larga paddad rana aa4 emratai mm
to handle joui' gooda.
PACKERS of fnnutnrv. ptanoa, oExtsa, bri?*-?'
brae, ate. Experitnced mm omis.
SHIPPING to all parta of the world.
STURA<;K far f.?**?.??.-re, pdaao?. aod hotma
tv H gond?.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS.
FURNITURE.
CASH C..__i*..__ CASH
credit r urniiure credit
HOPWOOBt Psssbr Prl?w Kur?l
Inre **t ?l?vr Starr. 8th a\ ? Sta.
HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS AL
WAYS BRING RESULTS.
?USOIESS aiMNOUNCEMEirrS.
?11 Dow mcttaxbt amo ?H?ssm?.
WINDOW (SHADES MADE TO ?IJJ?IB.
aa* ? ?? ili n L II BoOasa
J. O. PBCIRBBBT. mlaa
_ rbma U *Ut .. ?s?
_PERSONALS_
WORKINGMEN NOT AT THI? TIME Ot*
tl? rear caa y*. bay tt?eUe paat. ar? assi
np-us-data*. ?BM? Worth nane tliaa aaarS
?d prim, IMt ?a sell that ?ay. aattanasi ?siila
mata* raatbx bat .ten a amma dei-mtatik?
?a MM a knar ?-aak tiad?. JI si ? s <ilj>
?TAND, ft? D. k
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 TEARS ?*^ ^,2%**,
and Special Dix*??*? 4 ?m a.?? Wo
?rasa llrslt? I? 1? If 1??
Tram Catanb. Otxaitj. Bb< <**Bat??, Car i ??.
Una, Pile?. Throat. Uin**a. Bral?. U-alt, Bl???
?nd Skin lMtteatet. Ninoa? larbUaty. Kidaep
Diseue?. Bladder Tis-, ije. hpedfc Blcasd ???
soatac. Eripimna. t'-er?, and AH I'n.iu (Na
eaaea Cured for Ute by Safe M-'.V-ia.
Cku?.? Low. Mcdiciae Farwia-ked.
CONSULTATION FREE.
PH?*??*- W nlHag l<Mm tor I.?*?<-*
Ottica Hour* \9 to 1. I to -f ?? it? \a*?. M \*> .
HnTsiCAL INSTRUMENTS.
6EC?-:*DH-VICTt.B. OOLUMBIA. ASVttU
??? taugtt, anM. and e? Hag I.
BETOBD E1CHIMJE
farm. M ?'S? *tf ?U? al ?w
REFRIGERATORS, ICEBOXES.
McCRAY REFRIGERATORS.
l?d G ???I In ? Roobm Are ? ne*riia1->4.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.
W? btiild do order' ??? r ;air ??
111 F SI. Hi. W. FKANKLLN SXTI.
_ _ ?f-t?
aam??~^???-_ ?
PROPOSALS.
OmCK OF TM* **' ?1*1?--*??'???- .-li
the Diatrir* of rnltinil..*. Maa?itnr'''-? TV t \,
Man?. G.. ??? -?*???? i-.of-ab w. I I? w
oet?-ed at thia ntftce trotti 1 ?'c?o*-* p m..
APRII? 5. WIP, fc-*d then ot-ettc-d. t?e
lioo and dm? *..-.' mi?--~?-*lla*> *-.??*?'. i*-v *.?????* arr-v
aralatu? I" tha I- -'net ut <'"?lutt.-jia. fur |
ni <?t? and three j*-****?. trapeoUi? b. heghatf
1 :}t 1, |M Bla??? f-wtn of ?*t?t*~*?9 -^ ittc
'Km?, ?ii'1 all n****^-an informati.? ? ? .
tain??, ;r t? tt.** Chief *'. r.? <>f Um ?
l^nartm?" V R?im *X*7. l?i--? 1
UH IS ?????????? ?v , WVMC CARI?*
Mit J. J. L/rVlV. flcfing) ?WiawlMlm.aT*.
D. C. mh? ?11 '
?G???? "G THK ?>\??!-^?'?? :
Waaaiiigt'tn. I?. <" . Match ?. .
p- -aa.* ariti he t****t.?*** m ir? orti*? I; ?* **".
lifattiM G II g. ?arrt.I f m'e*a*m m n , M m:*H
1?, Wl?. t r ??, t-.**, ??* and ??????*G??.?? rey? .mn
?. ?Ah ? . ????-? ? Hlaiifc
.??na of i*r [mal and *bpi--t a*. ?? - mai I?* ?*??
t?Ailed Trun thc ? ir.haain?. ?*??? ? t I ? ? i: -?*
j) !>?-'?.- Bu.**?.??? ??G?? KP.
W. O-?VSN GABMMI J. J. I<'M\'?
? Art ine (haTMaMhAaafcara, ?? G
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
MAK? V " e, . ' - Stil N'Ai ?
?...o that on tW ?>T DAT ?*:
im?, arili espiM all J ?tu**-?. j-Tanu-J r?
trM at <'oli**Bnl*ia t,*? |????,?-- t.
d-r-al*-*? tnfc'lina* at larv*v "aid Me re- ?
-promptly iwirit-M ?t ?" *>**? ?"?
continua n??aiiir?? aaVv That da'* IlAi't li.
COOMBS, s :*Twntit*stid*-nt <?< lac*m*m G *
mh-.? UJM3M
LEGAL NOnCES.
%* S. MWW, Alltrkrr,
IX ???: ML'RHIFAL COTKT f?r T*iK T?!?
tn-rt et -'??'inni*? a. S.ye A \**
ratat-d. ITa'i "?, n. Win M. Un?, ?t. 1
V'?. V.T1 - Tim object erf t1 .* ?-ut v
?-?n oprtain nnt*e *?*?a ?? bar?? fadfvwi I
d-snnanori ff <>rtain ?t ptftj ?nf the dtrfi-od-Hit
?-rrif^ ?a UD>Vr an atta' ? ? ? ? ?
?lit to ?!iffj' t>i* ).Taint>f ? clartr trop it
attached beln? PaVaATi re ? ?-t-t*? ?- - ~*% t. m*>e$.
and ?-??? :n hsndV of tnited LMb%M Motil *'.
It if. ther-eiric?*?, tLia 13th day ci 1
ot-dered that the dt-fe-ndaat tppaar m t*ii# ? tl
r?* or hrforr tlie fortieth da>. nrtona? ?tf hun
dapa and leg?. 1 bdarra, after 'he dar ??/ * ?
I^ibiiratio? of thai order, tr -*%?0 '
and ahov <t<a* ih? ?aM o*o*l'-n,r.al ?
not W h^d; ethereiap tix? eiit wi'' rroov*?' ?im
a* m <t??? of aasaaak. Bv t^*? C"nn : MIM"?*:
STRA-BTROF-K liueUr. A trap or ?? 1
P. ?. ?G???. Cr?-Tk. B? Bltnrhe Ve?. Aa
?ictant rtesb. tet
Ready Reference
Telephone Directory
ADVERTISING AGENTS.
J. BAIE POITON. WO,
M-fii:i G'?*
Main rtm.
AUCTIONEERS. _
ADAM ?EVULIt.
? PaansrNari? ?ia u?.
Main 1?
DUPLICATING.
BATT. BATES A C(V, '??-.,
?410 O rt. a?. Phj-e Ma? SI
Deplioetlrg. ?illmaaiin. an?** - ? t
BOOK DEALERS
BirVTAMt S,
ISO F at ret.
Phone Muir ML
TAXICABS.
re~CKM.\L TAMLAB < ?jurairx.
tu Uta b. a?.
FLORISTS.
CEO C. SBAfrEM.
Cboa*. Cat friia
? Mtb ?t. n?. Cbii ? >!??o Kt
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
w it <???.???. to.,
.?? ? a*. Da.
ftMtn \?t?? W r * t."1"
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
HAVVkORTH l'I ??.????. Hill ?IC.
Creerei PrlBIrra and f*Ml?lt?brr.s.
fsagb^-laa? Bialion-p. BaaalaM 1'? ?
Hurry irr Printlna-Klcbt on Cb? Lkl.
Fboar M.TSC; oar rsi?r*?rr*.a*.:'-?? ??? fsU a*, tat?*.
CM U -TI?KI.T NHKTSWEsf
?HUCSSO? I lilNTEHY. IMJk
rim ?oo?. ?rat ,rr bam Sett am. aa.
Pboa? M?m MM.
OOUTMBIAN rRlNTniW ?30.7 I*?*?
U IK? a na. I-boa. M. OM.
I*4us<? a?aai??a * ?urciahi
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
SRTHl ? LOW?.
Fls?ctrlc?l Ooiiirs'? - *?? 1 ?? r? ?
toa. D. ?' FT?r)thln<; rv?rtri?sil
tl<vls TmtemmeA rM?(*oa? Wat MM
REAL ESTATE.
J?RN t. D?NOBOfc A
Balea, Rent?, Loan? and Icfcranea.
_!M Pa- aee. a? Pbtwe Une IL
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES.
DOPAKal ?tG?? UT A MONE! Bl OU,"
I. C Oemt.t?. Manatri
? la?. i*iv?. u?i? m*
THE HERALD AUTO
DIRECTORY.
ELECTRIC CARS.
BAKFH-I? ?. I III l.?Mr
BAKTBAM ELECTB1C QARAQK.
1104-M N. H. ?ve, ?li?-ll SLSt.
Phon??* W?si 4M1-4I?
GASOLINE CARS.
M AWM ? I ?
h. a. UEARY m.
133 Fourt?**TiUi el Phone N* ?4*14.
Nnrtb 4C14
OS KHI.4MI-W II ! ??. ? ? a !.. Il T ?
HAKPFTR-OVEP.UUS'D OO.
1121-lfl Conn. **?.
?RES.
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