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OHii>E HAIR D H E S
More than two million members
of America's fighting forces now are
Insured for more than sixteen and
a half billion dollars by the govern
ment. according to a statement 1s
?ued last night by the Treasury De
partment.
Approximately 11,000 applications
fcre received daily. Up to the close
at business Monday night 2,029.866
applications had been received, ag
rregatlng I16.M3.514.000. The aver
age amount applied for is $8,200;
the maximum permitted by law is
I10.00A
The Bureau of War Risk Tnsur
ce has written since the middle of
tober, 1917. more insurance than
Is tfday on the books of the twenty
bargest life insurance companies in
Jthe world combined.
RED CROSS AIR MAIL
PLEA FROM GAYETY
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT
GIVEN AT CAMP MEICr
f. W. C. A. Addressed by
Canadian Officer
Stunts" at Calvary
M. E. Church Please
The Calvary M. K. Church on Co
^nbla road held a benefit for the
pworth League last evening, har
g ft program of amateur '"stunts,"
which Messrs. Towell and Der
?k distlngulahed themselves In "A
udy In Black."
rh? special added attraction was
at of Prof. Susan's World-Reno wn
Internattonal Orchestra s absolute
first American appearance. There
?a a good audience and It la eje
cted that quite a sum will be rral
td from the evening's entertain
SERGEANT'S; NEEDLE
[ MADE WORK OF ART
paape's Embroidered PiscMkion
Won Admiral Ma.
Imagine Sammy curling his stahhy
l?iio around a dainty silk-threaded
and embroidering.
The enliated man may expect an ed
obAOob in om of these gentler arts if
Hm practice la imitated in American
hospitals aa It la followed in the hos
pitals of our all lea, according to
lergt. Snape. who spoke before the.
District Federation of Women's Clubs
it the Jewish Temple last night.
locgt. Snape is a Canadian and baa
9?t two years in France, sixteen
montha of that time "op the line."
ae he calls the front line trenches,
and the reet in varloua hospitals. He
Is here now with the Canadian Com
mission and Is speaking in behalf of
the Red Cross. .
"After much heroic labor," he said,
n finally accomplished a design for
t pincushion. Of course I got it
dreadfully thumbed up but the nurse
haft it laundered for me and it looked
fairly well. After a while some vis
itors came and a lady spied my pin
cushion cover and declared she would
not leave unless 1 sold her the pin
cushion. She would have been there
yet If I had not given it to her as a
memento of the war.**
__f : ?
OVER TWO MILLION
TAKE WAR INSURANCE
Harry O. Jarboe. manager of the
Gayetv Theater, j'esterday received
he following letter by aero mail from
Jam A. Scribner. general manager of
he Columbia Amusement Company, in
Sew York City:
"The theatrical people and the thfj
ers li* New York City alone sold an?l
lubscribed for S33.553.150 worth of third
iberty bonds. We are making an ex
ra effort next week, in every theater
>n our circuit, to outdo all our for
ner efforts in the way of helping thf
led Cross drive. We therefore urge
ou to get in close touch with your
ocal committee and render them every
issIstance possible."
Mr. Jarboe has already mapped out
in extensive campaign to aid the Red
-rose. The Gayety Theater will be at
he disposal of the local committee at
ivery performance. Through Mr. Jar
>oe's patriotic activity 173,000 was
lubscribed by actors and patrons of
his theater during the last liberty
ban drive.
Thre^ vatidevrt - acts, now *f?I
ng at Keith's Theater in this city,
rere the features of the entertain
ment given last night at the Y. M
J. A. hut at Camp Meigs.
J. Gold sang some new song hits
immy Hussy and William Worslev
tave clever military dialogues, and
Ciss Marguerite Ford, the "double
'oiced woman." was told to get on
i uniform by the soldiers present
it the hut. whereupon she changed
lier masculine voice to one of a
rweet feminine creature.
Other arts by amateur perform
er? were included on the program,
tfiss Hein sang various lat song
hits.*" Miss Perkins gave several
mpersonations, ami Miss Stevens
ang new war songs.
That bravery is to be found genera!
y throughout the rank and file of
he allied armies was emphasized by
jaj A. G. Nutter, of the Twenty
Ifth Canadian Infantry. In an address
?t Hie educational rally of the Young
iVomen's Christian Association last
light. Maj. Nutter made It plain that
icrolsm was the general rule and not
he exception with the men. He ex
plained that the bravery was spon
aneous and that the officers did not
ave to ??inspire" It in the men.
America's entrance into the war
as done much to hearten the allies,
e said, giving them new strength
rith which to rtpel their foes. The
Ight of Uncle Sam's "boys" on the
ring line has Inspired and cheered
Jie allied soldiers more than can be
Inscribed, he declared.
Following Maj. Nutters address.
Private Love, of Camp Meigs, and
trs. Wayne B. Wheeler contributed
[ musical program.
LITTLE WILLIE STATES THE FACT FOR WHAT IT IS WORTH. \ fe FONTAINE FOX.
(Copyright, 1918. by The Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
DISTRICT RIFLEMAN
GETS UNUSUAL SCORE
Local Team Also Wins Honors in
National Association Contest.
For the ninth week of the annual
national, interclub small-bore, ihdoor .
:allery matches now In progress |
mder the auspices of the National |
Rifle Association, wherein seventy- I
three clubs from different- States are
competing, the Washington Rifle Club |
-tands seventh in the race, having i
crept up a point last week.
President Nf. A. Winter, of the
Washington Rifle Club, announced |
last night that be h^d been advised ]
unofficially that the match has been
won by the Kings Mill Rifle Club, of
Ohio, with the New Haven, Conn.,
team, second and the Marlon, Ohio,
team third. It is understood the
Washington Rifle.Club Is sixth In the
race.
Both the Kings Mill and New Ha
ven teams are composed of profes-?j
lonal rifle shots, the former repre- ,
. enting the Peters Cartridge Com
pany and the latter the Winchester
Arms Company; hence, on a purely j
? nateur basis, the Marlon, Ohio. >
cam should have been awarded first j
"riie. In the estimation of local rtfle
,-hooters. In that event the Wash
ington Rifle Club would have landed
in either the third or fourth position.
As usual. R. V. Reynolds, of the
W ashington Rifle Club, kept up his
iiish standard of marksmanship for
! : he ninth week, ir s-isterlng a score
' of 199 out of a possible 300. The week
before he made a perfect score, and
for the eight weeks In which he par
ticipated his rcore each week ?as
as follows out of a possible 200:
196. 198. 199, 198. 199. 196. 200. 199, a
grand total of 880 out of a possible
j 900.
Individual scores of the five men
I comprising the local team for the
I ninth week were: R. V. Reynolds.
199; J. B. Johnson. 196; Waiter R.
j Stokes. 195; Ollle M Schriver, 195;
j Ralph C. Stokes, 196.
LEONA EARL SHINING
AMONG GAYETY STARS
Patriotic, Has "Pep" and Eats Po
tatoes to Save Wheat.
Miss Lfona Earl shines among the
headliners and stars at the Gayety
this week, where Ben Welch's big
show is holding forth. Miss Earl halls
from the Hoosier State, and, with a
strong ambition and plenty of original
pep. she made her debut before the
footlights nine years ago.
Since that time. Miss Earl has been
In constant demand by clever man
MISS I.EOXA EARL.
era who know real talent when they
s It. Ben Welch ??signed" her about
six years ago, and her dainty smile I
and Jolly good nature have made her ?
a favorite with thousands of play
Next year. Miss Earl will ha.asso- j
elated with Lew Kelly, and her ca- <
er bids fair to be a striking one. are ,
many moons have waned. This week |
she's putting over some clever comedy j
and new song hlta at the Qayety, and
ah* Invariably ''brings home the ba
il." She's a hot little patriot, too,
and goes strong on the potato diet
She eata them with every meal and
hdpe to aave the supply of wheat.
Na, Say Weeae, ia M. E. Chorck
Atlanta, Oa_, May 15.?The ColMga
of Bishop* of the Methodist Episcopal
Church Sooth, has vetoed the action
| of the General Conference of the
Church giving full laity rights ' to
women and also reversed the chance
by the conference of . the words In
the ritual "holy catholic church" to
"CMala holy church," ^
Dlftft In.
Bob Sloane walked up town Mon
day evening and stood on the curb
none at Sixth and P streets.
Two men approached from the op
posite corner. Bob looked around.
"Come on aroun' en have a ledle
game?" asked Isaac, one of the pair.
"Cain't do it tonight, Ikey," Bob
replied, "gotta date wid mah gal."
"Dat guy mus' be some stuck up,** i
snarled "Beetle," the other man. *"B
dam shame he caln't shoot no craps
tonight. Doggone ef any women eber
Interfere wid mah games. No sah.
(ley don't"
"Ah didn't ax yo for no lip. Beetle," |
warned Bob, "so you better take
It along away fum heah."
"Shet yo b(g mom." Isaac snapped
t at "BeetI*/ "MMn somebody pokes
dey list in It afore you knows 1L"
j "Beetle" shut up-and then reached
down for a rock and "rocked" Bob
to aleep.
j The girl who was to have met Bob
j on the corner was sure disappointed.
| because some friends carried the in
I jured man back In an alley and ban
daged his head and left him there.
"Beetle" was captured. And his
only excuse was an ugly temper.
And so by the time he works out
his thirty days at Occoquan, it may
improve.
Dapllclty.
Junius Benton came home from work
laat Saturday night and told his wife
Sarah, that he would have to go to
Camp Meade
Sarah boo-hooed a little as she was *
expecting such news ever since last
June 5.
She turned over her washtub sav
ings (*17) to Junius and he said good
bye and beat It.
Sunday evening she put on mourning
and went to church. Folk* looked
curiously at her.
An old man approached her as she
sat down and Inquired why all the
black decorations.
She told him. And the old man held
up his hands In horror.
"Deed miss." he whispered In her
car, "Ah wouldn't let no man fool
me data*-ay. Ah saw dat man ob
yoi^a dis mawnlng and de Good Lawd
knowa he wuzn't at no camp He
wu* all dressed up wid some young
woman on his arm."
About ? o'clock Sarah was waiting
for Junius to come out of a certain
house.
Bnt Junius saw her first. He sneak
ed up back of her and tapped her on
the head with his cane.
A neighbor who saw the trick was
good enough to be a witness for Sarah
and convinced the court that Junius
waa guilty of assault.
Twenty-flve dollars One for hlm-or
fifteen days.
That "Dear" Brother.
Percy Brown says he lovea his
sister very much.
And to demonstrate hia affection,
he thrashed her and she had him
arrested.
The other day their mother pack
ed up and moved to Philadelphia
and gave the sister, Beatrice, the
furniture.
Beatrice was about to move some
of It out of tha house when Percv
came along.
"Leave all 'at stuff Jes* war It la.
yo heah me." he shouted when he
saw Beatrice taking down some pic
tures. v
"Woan do nuthin' of the kind ?
replied Beatrice. "Ah owns this
stuff, en Ah am gonna take it"
"To will, will yt>r shouted Percy
as he dragged her down off the
stepladder and hit her In the jaw
He then dragged her outdoors and
finished thrashing her ao everyone
passing by could see what an effec
tionate disposition he had.
Another brother came on the
scene and dragged Percy from his
screaming sister.
"Ah lubs mah aister too much
Jedge," explained Percy.
"So I aee," replied the court. "You
'o?e her entirely too much and in
such a refined German fashion, too
Pay a flne of $J5."
Aaother Owe.
Talk about sporting blood.
A. modern big city bootlegger la
the greatest st>ort on earth.
For the Mke 6f a little measly
dollar he will risk, life, limb, lib
erty and everything else.
UJ ? ?im?ly la a lack
of common sense. However, be that
aa lt w
Ed Wilson was sitting, in.his room
In Ward'a alley, Tuesday night.
. And about alaa thirty tha flsb be
gan to bite. Said flsh being a
thirsty soldier. \
They had some words together,
and th? soldier exchanged a dollar
for a half-pint of stuff more lit for
Insect extermination that for hu
' man comsuxnption.
Sergt. Sheet* was around and he
nabbed Ed so quick that the poor
fellow almost fainted.
As the law now stands, a boot
legger who sells to a soldier kills
two birds with one stone.
He violated both the Sheppard law
and the law which forbids sale of
booze to uniformed men.
And so the court told Ed to shell
out a $300 bill and then go to jail
for live months in the bargain.
?WrNl Mas." Saya J?.
The ability of a Chinaman to Iden
tify Joe Mack as the man who got
a suit of blue jeans out of his laun
dry last Sunday morning will prob
ably save Joe from twenty years In
the pen.
Floyd Payne reported to the police
that Joe held him up at the point of
a pistol and robbed him of $14.#.
It was about 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing at Third and 1. streets south
west. Floyd says.
Joe enticed him into an alley with
a half pint bottle and then poked
a gun under his nose.
Floyd says that Joe wore the suit
of blue Jeans at the time and a man
who saw such a. suit runnlntf-Aawa
the street ten minutes later also says
that Joe is the man who was inside
'of It.
i Joe swears thst h* didn't get the
i clothing out of the laundry until
| after daylight.
Furthermore, he says, he was asleep
at the time and as far as he knows
it was impossible for him to pl/iy
highwayman and sleep at the same
time (unless he snored loudly and
robbed others of sleep).
It looks mighty bad for Joe. He
? hasn't got a witness who knows he
was asleep when Floyd was robbed.
The grand jury will look into the
case while Joe is trying to raise a
$300 bond.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Robert Lewie Phillips. 32. and Edith B. Nel
son. 27, both of Richmond. V*. Re?. Harry
Goodwin.
William Rode* I-ewla. ?. and ttisabeth
Undssy Btllingwley. 3. both at this dty. Km
H. W. O. Millington.
OapUin Leo C. Daly. S. of Atlanta. Us.,
and Ada Dorothy Salter, 2T, of Smithrille, Ua.
Iter. Jame* A. Smyth.
Charlie Henry Daggett, *, of Dumbarton.
Va., and Jaaie May Powell. 91. of Richmond.
Va. Rer. John H. Jeffries.
Frank E. Baker, 29 and Doris H. Obulter, XI.
both of Brockton. Maas. Rer. Howard P.
Downs.
Solomon Spiwop, 23. and Panny Goodman,
| 22, both of Washington. Rev. G. SilTerstone.
I Antonio Parovati, 21. and Rachael Colaiszl.
I 19. both of this cfcy. R?v. William A. Cahili.
James P. Pridly. 45. and Stale Tucker. 21.
both of Jordan Mine*, Va. Rer. Harry D.
Mitchell.
William P. Moore. 27. and Margaret C.
1 McAuliffe. 23. both of thia city. Rer. Thomas
' G. Smyths.
Rufus A. Weat. ?. and Vergie 8. Funk
houser, J4. both of this dty. Ret. Jamee A.
Smyth.
(-harks E. Hall. 3T. of 1339* North Capitol
street, and Ruth Hoffman, 2R. of Catbirpin, Va.
Rer. D. M. Brown.
Nathan Green berg. 26. and Ida Horhman. 23.
both of Baltimore, Md. Rer. Moses A. Hor
wita.
OOLORED.
Julius Hopewell. 42. and Martha A. Warren.
21. both of this city. Rev. David Johnson.
Edward J Chapman, 22. and Julia West. 21.
both of this city. Rev. James J. O'Connor.
Prank E. Jones, 27. and Drtelle O. Briggs. 23.
both of his city. Rev. W. D. Norman.
John W. Roberta. 25, and Marie Thompson.
20. -both of Baltimore, Md. Rev. William J.
Howard.
Ralph Thomas, 21. and Florence Burns, 18.
both of this dty. Rev. William A. Jones.
Joseph Price. 21, and Catherine Nelson, 19.
both of thia dty. Rev. William J. Robinson.
Frederick Byrd, 21. and C*wna Matthewa, 19.
both of this dty. Rev. P. J. Ritchie.
Clarence Edward Dyer. 29. and Eva E. Will
lama, 19. both of this dty. Rev. James T.
Harvey.
BIRTHS REPORTED..
. WHITE.
Anthony and Mary Oliver!, boy.
Kston E. and Altte Stone, boy.
Herman B. and Alice M. Wolf, girl
William J. and Jessie I* Bread bent, girl.
Oasian and Marguerite E. Ryan, girl.
John R. and Ida A. Walsh, boy.
Joseph L. and Mary White, girl.
Samuel C. and Florence D. Barry, boy.
Charles and Bertha Richards, girl.
Inland B. and Marie Morris, boy.
Thomas and Teresa Hackstaff, girl.
Emory M. and Mabel Wilson, hoy.
Ludus W. and Margaret 0, Johnson, girl.
Dean/W. and Eleanor L. Judd. girt.
Percy C. and Esther Klein, girl.
Claude and Eleanor Hodgkins, boy.
Pat J. and Bertha Parrell, boy.
Arthur D. and Harriet M. Champlin, girl.
Jacob and Fannie Ostrow, girl.
George W. and Louise H. Garland, girl.
Francesco and Franceses Caruso, hoy.
Richard W. sad Effle B. Lewis, girl.
John Edmond and Margaret M. Burns, boy.
Harry and BeB Goldblatt. boy. '
Harry and Freda MofcowiU, boy.
Walter H. aad Eleanor Baal. girl.
John and Tandride Graaiani, hoy. *
Ernest aad Georgia Lukp, Dot.
Levis E. sad Ethel W. Loveless, girl.
-Denis) M. sad Anna B. Hudson, girl.
Hagh B. sad Jsaa WUccx, boy.
. WBBam F. an# Mm E. jhrnjII i. boy
. tieorga B. aad Buna F. Kennedy, boy.
Jaoksoa 8. aad fincy If. O'Bannon, girl
colored:
Henry and Rnth\WflIMf^!. '
iSiSrt8,airi M Im'kt!' %
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
' 5, /
GIRLS
Over 16 Years of Age
WANTED
?to learn telephone operating. You will be paid
while learning the best profession in the city for
girls.
Apply
Room 308, Homer Building,
Thirteenth Street, Between F and G Streets, N.W. -
Daniel H. and Bella M. R*ed. girl.
EraMt and BmIi Pratt. boy.
Willi* tod Altwrta Km. giil
John T. and Maggia Jackam. boy.
Benjamin .and A lie* Charta, fir!.
J**a ud Jennie SUptoo. girL
DEATHS. ?
WHITE.
Madeleine Rooaarilla. IS yean. 1W Kilboroa
?t
Bridget If. McGuire. ?. 12B Utb at. aw.
Vtto DdM. I, ? K 1 aw.
Mazy Priarelka Dvrmll, ft. T10 Lawraoet it.
VilgiaU Jamiaaoe. 4. Emergency HoapttaJ (an
route.)
Infant of Jausta and Joseph fiebbe. 1 day.
tM R aL nw.
DIED.
ALEXANDER?On Tuesday, Mat li.
JMtll P m., at 8t Paul. Minn..
RACHEL J., wife of Georg# W
Alexander, of Helena. Mont
C0NNER8?Remains of ELIZABETH I
MAE CONNOR8 will be taken
from the vault and Interred at >
Mount Oliwet Cemetery Thursday.
May 16, lfU, at 3 p. m. !
COX?Departed this life on Tuesday,
May 14, at 11 a. m., at her resi- ?
dence, 315 Dixon Courts. MARIA '
COX. beloved mother of Martha I
Sewell and William Cox.
Funeral tomorrow it 2 p. m . from |
First Baptist Church, on Sixth |
street between O and H streets i
southwest. Relatives snd friends
invited to attend.
DODSON?On Monday. May 13. 1918. at
9:35 o'clock p. m., at his residence,
1901 Third street n o r t hw est.
THOMAS W., the beloved husband)
of Julia A. Dodson and the de- i
voted father of Robert. Norris. j
Thomas. Dollle, Julia. Gertrude.
Grace and Leona.
Funeral from his late residence to
day at 2 p. m.
DUVALL-On May 14. 1918. at her
residence. 710 Lawrence street
northeast. MARY P. DUVALL* I
aged 79 years, ? months and 36
days.
Funeral at Kemptown. Montgomery
County, Md.
HARRISON ? On Sunday, Msy 12.
1918, at 10:30 p. m., at her resi
dence, 1453 P street northwest.
HENRIETTA HARR180N. be
loved daughter of Mary L. and
Henry B. Harrison, and the grand
daughter of the late Florence and
Henry Taylor.
Funeral from the above address to
day at 1:30 p. m. Relatives
and frlenda Invited to attend.
J A MIESON?On Tuesday. May 14. 1918.
VIRGINIA A., beloved daughter of
Annie H-jand the late John Y.
Jamieson, In the 6th year of her
age.
Interment private.
KOONTZ?On Monday. May 13. 1918.
at his residence, \\ ashington
Grove. Md.. THOMAS L., beloved
husband of Ada R. Koonts (nee
Barron.)
Funeral services from the residence
of his daughter, Mrs. W. T. Teepe.
1442 Oak street northwest, today
at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends
i invited. Interment private.
ILOFFLER?On Wednesday. May 16.
1918. ERNEST C., beloved son of
Catherlna and the late Andreas
Loffler, aged 37 years.
Funeral from the residence of his
brother, Andrew Loffler, 108 Ben
nlng road northeast, today at 3
p. m. Relatives and friends in
vited to attend. Interment (pri
vate) at Rock Creek Cemetery.
MATHER-On Wednesday. May 15.
1918, at his residence, 1849 Irv<ng
street. GEORGE SUTTON' beloved
husband of Jane Agnes Mather
Funeral services at St. Stephens 1
Church. 3017 Fourteenth street
northwest, today at 2 p. m. Inter
ment private.
McGUIRE ? Suddenly, on Monday.
May 13. 1918, BRIDGET M. Mc
GUIRE (nee Carroll), beloved wife
of William McGulre.
Funeral from her late residence.
1X3 Thirteenth street northwest,
today at 9 o'clock. Requiem
mass at the Church of the Im
maculate Conception at 9:30
o'clock. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment in Mount Olivet
Cemetery.
PRICE-On Tuesday. May 14 * 191?, at
the residence of his daughter.
Mrs. J. E. Braitmayer. $.19 Dent
Place northwest, WILLIAM H. 1
PRICE. In his 78th year.
Notice of funeral heteafter. (Colum
bus, Ohio, papers please copy.)
Pl'GH?Departed this life Monday.
Mav 13. 191\ at 12 a. m.. Mrs. BES
SlE L. PUGH, 1821 L street north
west.
Funeral from Shiloh Baptist Church
today at 8 p. m.
RONSAVILLE?On Tuesday. May 14.
1918. at her parents' residence, 1808
Kilbourne place northwest, MADE
LEINE. beloved daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Irving Ronsaville.
Funeral from the above residence
today at 3 p. m. Interment at
Rock Creek Cemetery. Relatives
and friends invited to attend.
SCOTT-On Tuesday evening. May 14.
1918, ELLA SCOTT, beloved wife
of Andrew Scott.
Funeral services at her home, Ma
nassas, Va., tomorrow. Relatives
and friends Invited.
SMALL?Suddenly, on Wednesday.
December 19, 1917, at Chicago,
I Clarence F. Small, beloved hus
band of Kate E., father of Mrs.
H. H. Cross, George A. and Charles
C. Small. i
Funeral services held Saturday. De
cember 22. at 2 d. m., from home
of daughter, 3700 Rokeby street, j
Remains placed in vault. Inter- :
ment Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, j
111., today at 3 p. ra. (Baltimore.
Md.. papers please copy.)
STEPHEN?Departed this life Ma>
14, 1918, at 6:45 a. m.. BENJAMIN
D., the beloved husband of the late j
Charlotte Marie and devoted 1
father of Lottie M. and Frank M.
Stephen.
Funeral from his late residence,
"Gretta," East Rlverdale, Md.,
Saturday. May 18, at 11 a. m.
Friends and relatives Invited.
WEBB?On Wednesday, May 15, 1918,
at 5:25 a. m.. WILLIAM J. WEBB,
beloved husband of Agnes C.
Webb (nee Yates) and son of Will
iam H. and Agnes Webb (nee Mc
Ineroey).
Funeral from his late residence. 1508
Good Hone road southeast, tomor
row at 8:30 a. ra.. and thence to
St Theresa's Church, where re
quiem mass will be said for the
repose of his soul. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
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tta_l*h_al_iiw___ mylCa
HELP WANTED?MALL~
WAITED?ft EV PR a I. OOub HOUSE PAINT
?rt? at oner. M. K. HOBSON. rear ~ja -J?h
" ??? injK-2t
SAKS * MO. DESIRE* THE SERVICES
Of a young man m spoiiin* jooda apartment.
Apply MANAGER. myl*Jt
WAITED - BBAKEMEN FUR F5TOMAC
yard, 43 cnu per hour; a loo car rfparmn.
macbiniata. helper*, rana-uten. fralfht brake
men, firemen and other nrrtipatioua at varioua
pointa. Pennsylvania Railroad. Apply *9 Xea
J 'my at*, ar. ayN-tf
LABORERS WANTED?lit h 4k <i. COM
roerrial National Bank. my KM
WANTCD^TgOY- FOROF
fice work and to run errands;
good pay and opportunity for
advancement. Apply Mr. Aires.
Washington Herald Co. tf
WANTED PORTER - BOY OR
man to help around auto acces
sory dept; reference. FEDERAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.. 477 Penna.
*ve tf.
WANTED ?50 LABORERS; 40
cents per hour, time and half
for overtime. WARREN MOORE
CO.. 4th street gate to Navy Yard.
! my 15-3t
I " ANTED -a LATHER AND Pr.A-TUi~i.K~
opd <Iot, 910 F at. nw. mjli-a
WASTED?A GOOD CARPENTER CAN
wwk a few hour of <wun? if deaired. Sec
ond floor. WO F at. nw mylS-It
BOY WANTED TO SERVE- HERALD
rente. Apply >19 dth at mrtltf
Conductors and Motormen
Permanent Positions.
Wages, 31c to 37c Per Hour
?according to length of
service. Credit given for
previous experience. Men
employed by us within
last ten years given credit
for longest period of con
tinuous service. Cata use
ex-railroad men now other
wise employed for few
hoars per day. Apply
Washington Railway and
Electric Co.,
Instruction Department,
14th and E. Capitol Sts.,
Daily at 2 P. M., Except
Wednesday and Sunday.
my14-3t
LABORERS.
100 COLORED MEN FOR FAC
tory and outside work on day I
and night shifts of ten hours' work
and eleven hours' pay. Steady |
employment; top rates. See W. R.
WE1LAGE, U. S. Employment j
Service, 1410 Pa. ave. nw.
myl4-4t |
IRB88ER8. WHITE, AT ONCE; AL?0 PEIC
aona to learn bualnen; referencea. RESSOX 's
? LEANING 4 DYEING. ITS l?th at. milSV |
ATTENTION!
BOYS!
Do your bit by earning money
yourself: good wages paid for de
livering The Washington Herald.
See H. TEMPS. 1018 K st ne.. at
once. tf
wantcd=NTght- BEUTmANT
$18 per month. Apply office,
Stoneleigh Court. ap30-tf
BOY WANTED?ONE-3STTH
ordinary school education to
learn printing trade. Excellent
opportunity for wide-awake
boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m.
to FOREMAN. Herald office.
tf
tfAt.TO-w LAbOaMfc Wt H AVb ii
.h??t Mfta at ? cent* per bom to elf tit
boon; tlmt and rmahatf for omtima. RAT
MCND CONCRETE P1UI 00.. 19Ui *4 *
Phone to
Your Wants.
The Washington
Herald
Want Ads
Will Get
You
Results
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Police Department Mum 4000
Pre Department Mam 6900
Department of Jubce Mam 1M
(J. S. Secret Service (aifkt) Cohimbio 33H
U. S. Secret Service (day) Mais MOO
U. S. Marshal Mam 2854
WANTED?Auto and Chauffeur
WANTED?AUTOMOBILE FOR FIVE PAS
aengen to War Trade Board Building to 0*0
Mm*, are.; will pay 7* centa round trip earh '
da/. Tim Maia. a**, aw mytt-2i '
HELP WANTED?FEMALL
MAID-WHITE OE CO LOB CD; NEAT AND
reliable. 15K lteh it. aw., Apt ?*. from
?toH tty*2t
TWENTY ACTIVE WOMEN TO WORK IN
printing HAY WORTH PUBLISHING
HOUSE. OOlt. nw. myl6-lt
TVPIQT TO DO 1'Al.T CLEKICAL!
IIKIOI work. Apply CHESAPEAKE *
POTOMAC TELEPHONE OO . TO ]fch a?J
mm., roam L myli-k 1
HELP WANTED?Male & Female
WANTEDA"' FIRST lLASS CLKKk.
whit*. male or female for a tin* ?. Uaa eaf?;
jjood, mImt. c.n ai.et m taint
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
I NEWLY' Fl UNIsllEO AM' PAI'ElcEl)'
front room; two ?iuar?** from tw<? c*r line*,; *
j twelve minutea ride from Tr,-atur> ; tire minute* .
; fr<rt Union Station: b?tli; for coQfle; two gen ,
j tletnm or ladiea. CO K at. Dr. mylt-R
! NEATLY FI RNISHKI*-BO*?M ONE
or two; private family; two car lirwa; rea
aonable. 16*4 Qua at. nw. my!5-2t j
REAL ESTATE __ _
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTBACTU e scclrban homes.
1. 8. TOMUNSOSi. 124 80. BLOC. M UU
Six new bouaea and bungalow? ready for La
?pectlon. fl "00 to C.MD. Laay terma
Careful Inveatments
Of money la Firat Deeda of Truat (Fimt Men
; gagea) an Wathington. D. C . Baal Eatate *1
waya give tha fall intrreat promlaed and tbe
return of all the principle doe. regard!** of
the varying incumea and raluee of other eecurv
Wa bare been aocrraafally engaged to
more than a quarter of a century Invatt
menta. C50. COP to $!? JOO. at S. 5H. and ? per
cent now ready for delivery. invert menu
made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO.,
Southern Building. 807 15th St.'
LOST.
LOST?Al'TOMOBILE < RANK OX KENTON
j at. or Sherman are. $1 reward. 1Mb Irring i
rt. nw. mvlt-lt {
Ln^T-CEBTIPlCATE OF COMMISSION ON 1
Georgetown car Titwda*- afternoon Reward if i
returned to 1368 Kcnyon or telephone Ooluta
bia 307. mrlfc2t '
LOST-BOSTON BULL. BB1NDLE: FH
male; anawera to name "Dinie." Reward -
VT Maaa. ave. ne. mylfrOt
MONEY TO LOAN.
MOSW TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITT
real aetata at loweat current fatea; maaa]
privilege* ?ith respect to prior neymecta
TILER A RUTHERFORD. Inc.. 817 15th at. tf
MONET TO Li)A.-t-Wt To WK.M~0* fi~C.
real eatate. Several truat fund*. ?% to ? per
cent. All tranaactiona conducted with aocoaaat
caj ocaadderi tinn for borrow era.
WM H SAUNDERS * CO..
&?fcbern Buildlac. ?f l*h ?. nw.
?
AUTOMOBILES.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS AND DRIVERS
will be inter-sted in page MS, Saturday Even
ing Poat, May 11. For information and dem- :
onatration. addrvea ROOM IX 1*19 G at nw. '
Phone Main 846*. myM2t
BLEMISHED TIDFC
8TANDABD MAKE 1 ll\E-J
Siaa. Plain. SUd Siae. Plain. Skid 1
30x3 $ 8.31 $ ?.? 30x3'* $W T2 IliS ,
12.06 13.7?j31a? ...... 18.1J 1T.T0 i
32x4 10.3 lMtfM ...... 17.? 1>?
otti 11.48 1S.SHM 18.18 30.:i i
*x4 1? ? ILlSiMlM ff -W 25.77 ;
?ix4H 3.? 2F..::3ftx4* IX Sli
*x5 26M 29.<4|M 2794 30?
OLD TIBES TAKEN IN PABT PAYMENT. I
Mail ordeia shipped C.O.D. anbject to arproral. ;
Agents Wanted. Write for Price Liat.
MANHATTAN TIBES OO..
ISO 14th 6t. N. W.
AUTO REPAIRS.
:
BROKEN CAST IRON
And other metala welded by a^tugeoona
WELDIT CO.. fl? N. J. ave. nw. Lin 3*^
We build (to order) and repair refrigeratota.
ANY SERVICE. ANI TIME, A NT PLACK
Autoa cf any make and age repaired or rebci
Forda fixed while you wait Storage. B'lfc
ROT MACK EI. EU l*th at. m Laeola W. |
tf
PRICE CAN FIX IT. WELDING OF ALL
metala equal to new. Expert auto repairing
IMoa'a Auto Repair Shop. 1418 N. Capitol K j
FOR SALE?GARAGES.
Stf~? GARAGE THAT WILL OCT LAST
any garage in the market in appearance, duia ;
bility. and price. Y. T. H. BIEN. 1419 O ?L
nw. Phone M. 3158.
- !
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN MI UNLETTERED ACTO
mobile, dty or au bur ban. and pa* yon higbeet
prices for ladlre'. gratMrneca, children'a die
<ardad clothing, of all deecrlptiona. Addreaa
poatai or phone. I will call E RICK. 1IB Tth
at. mm. N. lfM
?
DAAYC or EY3RY DESCRIPTION. SIN
DWIkJ gle booka to entire hbrariea. Man
24SO. PEARLMAN'S BOOK SHOP. ? O
aw.
MOVING PACKING, STORING
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 8TOKAQL.
Rooma 82 and on. Moeiag and Hatftn.
UNITED STATES tTORAOB OO.. CM-? k8U
*. nw Phooaa M. 4fl8 and Franklin MS. U
i&i w mnrn
* ITURAGE CO.
a. Kickt p*. m.?
MOVING
KRIEG'S EXPRESS.;
ilriiniiii itiiiifiiimiin >i
*>R SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
TOR ?*u alxtlfxpu 1iAMXE OLAa
r,!t7jr?- amn~ "? Bo. nor.
"^l, ""-^'mne vlast* b %TH<,r
*?d. *rwt po<at? jinnta. ftc. M? AatcaM*
. . MjrU.M 9
s"l*r*Zul ^""?*tslrrunrh
jsnt a2lr"^!?; ~ *""d ommwto" r~
nsrsa <?? tmccj**???A
totildch. ksikh tofflh
n witsb."mas.*rT* ,kl"*w<
?l|,"cl boltw. Ft It.
? ? ^?j\?sl^l!5 ?re- " ? w * ?^4:
,.*? y"lj"y*? "m? to ??? raatm CH
gnn mch4 tt
wanted?miscellaneous
uak and miit'kt
refrigerators, iceboxes.
mcctay refrigerators. "
4?ii*""e ro"m* ar?
"WI refr,gerator CO.
, f ?" ?? or*r> .?d repair ?n*n,o,,
"1 f ?t. *. m. praskl? on.
???fr*
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
ssglv\KTDo ?ggp^
<.??sks?? s-~.
1 *-?? fj*
educational.
Languages
beklits
school
w aahin^tnc'
T _ l?b ?. v w
tto, m., ,, >?.. ? >t (
personals
*??> c " stevbw. CJ, e5? ? ?
telephtiot^ColimUjea J?l oolfr
, evke sinck af;orfc>hivts?E#a rtr?r?
"* ,'?*? t"? admired ?, hai* n,t or
itra ] md and <*rr? a chin no our ahmild
ss-?" ?' - *? -?
"on> ?HU. OT<K?
Fze^??"asvs" - -
?< 1
OR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
over 30 years sur?"'?i n
Nmoua ml Special Dimea <4 wt w^t'
?d- ?u? DW^.
2rrvssiE tr^- ii<-dt?
CumJ for Life b? Safe Mftboda.
Charge* Low. Medicine fnrniibed
consultation free.
phtbi? WnlrlDc |l(w,ni f?. ? ...
l*r r- ??? ?u^.? V*?1,''
furniture.
cam?" Furniture cwmn
art r^
auction SALES.
ada* A. weicbtn. .
^"?rwnent at> of unarnlu ?uu rmr~n,
U,?nbl'c M m,V
P**! jr* 3p' ? #t 1* o'clock noon, at tb* ?
int1^s^^inen, bmu^
?"?>*?*ni* arc cue nonh?i?t a nnrral
?-ort??t of nnvrtir ?h.v ' /k1^?
f*l,X tairclfc CBCrtlin, naAlnrt.
??. A. 0. Brn.rsov
n>Mt.i:a
proposals.
be-abtmentw the isfreior wash'
Htfton. MW T. m. Swird prr.pM.1. tn
<loplk?t? will br nxMrnd tb?
* m ? TuMd"5- a. mi
,ur ""homihin* and pnat.nj
?Od lot moui tins EOPO codim nm ?r i^jt
sutot 2ts L^nd 0fflr* "W of th. Cmtv,
*' th? ??>* U?. and pi,r.
>*^oh1? In d>mllo?t? will alia 1* open** Tnr
rtwol.ti?jMPh,r? .nd rraiMn, J.n co*?*
?^7r. .n'7^' . ~<:h ** "" *?<? Ucd
<EZ*i1J7? t"*" <? ???
tottnl i <Wml T.., -od
,?f J"?* * M to ch?.
?cter atf the work, ttzet of m><?. ^ aUmi,.r ^
PW rejldwl win to MhiWtod to Udder. ?
fnmtohed o? All ?kh?u. diim
rnjjtii ",t.lop^- p^"' h*
Stat/. M.p ? P??o?l b>
" "" to. RDd .ddiwri t?
? Ui. OaBrml u?d Olfim,
Waahlngton. D c The ritht !? #? _
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?? ?i ?d... <*JZ .TZJLrrzL?.".
rf ?^sr?7l
Imat. E. J. AVLRS. anim AarifUct
mjH.lt
OFFICE OK TBE 00?i?lissio\*fis_w>l
Waablnjtoo. D. c, M,, ?. mt
P^ala ??1 to noelfnl at Thla oiriot Boom SO
rsir i1aTt:,adw * oci*ck- ?? *?. j""
? w?-, ??mJune and drlKarut f ? b
?? thu eft, W Ipt of ompolt. uirttiac.
and ricnal eahla. Ipacttcatlca and fona nf
propojal may be ohtau*?l apoc ?Pr>^t..OB .,
the Purchastnt Ofiov, d. O. it?? son n*.
trict Buildin* LOCI8 brownlow JOHN
o. I) knight. W. ?wnaFSZmSSZ
Comuatmioom, D. C _
THE HERALD AUTO
DIRECTORY.
electric CARS.
?aker-KAttU-lajm
>ai\r.n-nyi i tM-UAAU
?^rtram elbctric OA RAO*.
tg.vs.' w.5- ?!u!i?i"71' "
GASOLINE CARS.
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