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Let Hie Herald Want Ads Help You Get it. Phone Main 3300 V ?**uhwtaw?w?t ?very day la th? year ?W Ttvt Waahington Barala Coat wauty ?t 411-41? Blavanth ?treet. Waahington. D. C. .: Telephone aSxchange ?? Call Main ?9m*t. (Tor elaaatfied adv?rtlt)?m?aU \Lm* for Branch 1). ? _ ? Member Audit Bores? of Circuit CLASSIFIED HATES tha? ???aawaia?. time?, SOc Over fon Ba??. D ami per ?erd ?ot liamtiu? or tbr?? ?? 1?il i?tlew?? (or tt? pew? of tars. ? AR Otk?rr Claaaiaeatlwaa? rer LI???? ma? a?a?...?...?__.._?.? Matt? 1 taeew? ?tanascnti.eiy.10 ?cat? '<*?*?*? ?iiBiuiitlT?:?............ t ceo!? e m mate tine? eon.eeuti.ely. recata Viatmoa two mva ????at ? Ba? ?iti* for claaalSwl btwk-tte? tort? ?aad ?.uta. rOREIGt REPKBIgyTATIVBI an a c beckwith special agenct. mm Teat O aie?._.Tribu? Ble)*. tCBeteaae?! ?????.fil??? Bad?. ANaatt osta?.?at ten at??. y. laaaa? Og???..'TtlTd Kattun?! Bau? Bata HELP WANTED?MALL | WANTED?BUStffil^fAN; tateady work; food pay. 818 F it. rrw. :,_iti* ' ?Ua WABHBBS; ?MOD WAOSB TO ????? Apagj ?a? MB. BaUUIaaB, ?*????*!????? It* ?*???? o>., ?am a ? ?? nw. ?asta ? BOY OVER SIXTEEN YEARS OF age by a financial institution; ?plendid chance to learn business: ^?aiiy those seeking permanent em ?^?toyment need apply. BOX 409. Herald office._je30.ju1.3 WAJfT*gg> ? r*OLORED WAKBHO?8E tract???; ?aorileat ?nipultiinitr; atawdy wort. Apply m R et. ne. ? ?. m._jtte-? * BOYS here't a chance to work ?oagh the vacation mcnthi. We M ? fosti kinder is cTery ? a of the city to take clitti ada. for The Wathinjton ri. Come early and get the y in your dittrict. Cai far Mr. COPELAND, Washington Herald. ?OS WANTED?ONE WITH ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for wide-awake < boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. ' to FOREMAN. Herald office. WABBBOI.se TRUCKERS; S3.? A lit". I Appi? ti TIMEKEEPEK. Ada?? li.pi? _ 9a.. S?xoad ? Er? ?a. ??_ jel?-tt WANTS? - WAREROC8X TBUCKBR? ; whit? ?ad rolorei; fati per day. Apply TUIE KEEPER, A4*??? Bxprvw. ?ad A Es? ? ta. te._ l*14-tl WaNTED-BOT TO SERVg HERALD lone. Apply Mr. CXiLRTNCT. I G ?L ?w. IT EXPERIENCED WANT AD SOUCITOP. WANTED For bu sine ae ?action of cl ty. Apply to Mr. COPELAND. Washington Herald Office. WANTED - ???????? FOB POTVMAL yard, ?3 enti mt boor; aim car rapairme*.. wsacfairiau, b'^pw?, carpen?en. -freight beast ten. ?tevcen and other .-?cniratiofi? at ?arioua ?crinta. Per*-?-, irinia Railroad. Apri y Ml New f?r*T ??*- **"? ** ?TlC-tf ATTENTION! BOYS! Do your bit by earning money wonrself: good wage? paid for de livering The Washington Herald. See H. TEMPS. 1018 ? st ne., at once. tf boy wanted t? stava uei;.\u> route. Appi, ?e fab ?1_?nsiltf * HELP WANTED?FEMALE WA.vri^~V"t''V'-~"u?ii*i f?R~ ?ftT??: ? net. par??*li?rril rotation; ?vppor-.-imty 1-w ioeem-n: : .ppl? a? once. Th? ti?rt?y G?.. p. ?? ???.a t?awial^TvStttdtt?n; 3011?? lady for office work; luiowlcdge of typewriting detirable b? not essential; only those seek ng permanent employment need tpptv. BOX 409. Herald office. _je30.ju1,3 CLERK FOR GENERAL CLERI cal work; previous experience de sired. Apply CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO.. 808 Twelfth tt. rrw. je29-3t WANTED--FITTERS FOR WOM aa'i gown? aad dresses: must ee thoroughly experienced. ERLE BACHER'S. 1210 F tt. nw. _je28-7t BUYER FOR OUR WAIST DE partment; only those accut :omed to high-class merchandise teed apply. ERLEBACHER'S. 1210 F st. nw._je26-7t .WANTED ? EXPERIENCED stenographer. Apply Mr. EASTMENT. first floor Her ald office. WANTED?SALESMEN. S?ANT??a>-A UXlaX ??IBBMA?. ON COM m-awoe berne 1er ?w? MON'/UCCB RF.c'IL]. UfLK ?ist ??"*?? car 9t par ?ant ?af e??: g taw iw?L.n)?aia?c? MONARCH RBFII.I^ tr.l.t. HM CO.. ?S3 Bueott *run.~. Baf eatat ?. *?_ral-B f~ LOST. >K,T-U?ATBBB BAND BAG CONTAIN IBS naonary. ??o.?9-nlavent paaa aad key. near ?sttoantt eurer, aad Oaumbl? road. Fimi? mate return to I3U ?tmecatmtttm twi* north jmt- Heaert. juin ?5?t-?? JL'.*>?! ?. stiTu.t.sa on rut U?t In?? pah? bwtwwan Clarenitoa and Bale as? ia???!???? mtlee? wwartas apiatel; lada* pteaaa? eatttj W. ?. ?.. MB Wiaeonain ?w. ?el?? ? V)Srr A* *flJL AV-a A NORTH ?Ul'ITOL ?t, mam teepeeatte aiaaiawi ?aok; rlimr? taw ?4*31; t?<?a??l?7 at WaaaMnalt?? G? Light ?paar?; > ??mi? iwaard ?ill be peU end mmtttmtea ?afea? J I?i?ai4 to <?nVe. 413 r*"? eg FOK KEltT?APARTMENTS. 1 ????p????. BOOtB Am BATH: I*IVB BLOlK? ???a? antm How??; Jwty. Aagaat ?ad nm?a? IM. ?? *?? wMawa. BOX ?at ??raid ?f HILF W>yfTlD??Mala A Fa-uJa Ha? Waaa?w-atah aad Fatala. INSTRUCTION AGENCY United States Railway Administration An agency for the instruction of men and women who with to engage in the transportation service -?vili be opened immediately. -Special instruction will be given in the Ticket ?Agency Branch, includine? HANDUN? OF THE PUBLIC SALE OF TICKETS ROUTES FARES ACCOUNTING Course will consume about two months. A salary of $50.00 per month will be paid those who are accepted in the agency. For those who suc cessfully complete the courte, positions will be arranged Day and night classe?. Enrollment blanks may be obtained by person? > ?application to L W. CARTER, Agent, Consolidated Ticket Office, 13th and F Streets N. W. EDW. BIRCa Ticket Agent, Washington Terminal Company. Washington Terminal Station. GEO. P. JAMES. Room 601, Southern Railway Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT KRoNT ROOM: THIRD FLOOR; FOB TWO ?nntkraaa. l"?one CoL UbVJ. ja? ? :oa tra st nw.-bright cheerful rotato; ??arai location: ?altaba? tor OB? or two Parana ??S>-X FTNB LARO E ROOM: TWO BBD-a; rtl'LSN ?Hd location; raat a?ra?*ia?. 13C I. ?*???*. nottlltoal, tal-* 11TH ST. ?. W.?TOWLY FCRNl.SHEll MS pw ?Math and a?; ? nloe piace for nit? SBBBta_lai-? REAL ESTATE. Careful Investments ?>f bom? io First Dttds ot Trust l Wirst Mort Ein) ?a yfasbingtoa, O. C. Bet] Eat???? il ? .*? ette the tali totere* promitad and tb? r-iuni of su the principi? dot. reg-ud.*-*??. ot tbe Tiryioi fcMM sn? t t?nta of o-tb? t?curt rV-i, W? ter? bats ?wctv-aful.y cc-nfed to ?r-oliiog theas toeeetmenta for our diente ter mere than a Quarter of a century Inrevt mecu. 130, ?300 to t?a.??, tt 5. SH, ?od < rer ?t Dow rea?f tot delirery. Larta inf_etm-ntj ciAde. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., Sooth?rn Building, 807 ISA St. ~CABIN JOHN >AJ_cT ATTKAUI11B SLBLBBAB HOME?. ?. S. TOMLINS-DM. At BO. BLOG. M. 1KB Six atra bota?-? isti bonsai??*? rttAj tot la ???*?> ___ lo MMX E?? te*??a FOR SALL ?l'Sl? 1\L IMTRlMEJITll. l*OB SALB-MlIfTKJRAPH TTPEWRITEtt ,lu*j.icating machine fi* aala ?-ha?**-; prints tbroua*? ribbon; 1,000 col??? aa boar. Pboo? Franili?? nSI? Braprl? W. jal-lt S ARION LP&IGHT MA?O"; ?aVtS?' caa?: eoa???hat ?namd; a fin? *T?ctir? piano; our prie? W; tama t-B wacklj. TUB HK'CUT CO.. PUoo Anaaa, ?? ? a. a ?>p?n ontit 1:30 p. m. itJMl mt IsaTasBS cprihht piano. ?TJT hosafir caa?; eood condition. fina tone; oar i?riea t!"3: tarma tl.st? waakl;. ??B BTC'HT ?? . Plano Annex. Ill F at. aw. Opea ttntil ?J a. m._jsJa-tf pS WAGNER UPRIGHT PIAN?*?; Bip bogan*/ ?taa?; fina ton?; food condition: oar r.rica tut; tanna 11 HO weakly. THE lili HT ? ? '. 7th ?t.. near T m. ??. ^^^^ W? tri marsh six ci'Rioht piano?-Ok ; zxt>i osa?; Ane condition: ?old aa abop. ?Waj oux prie?. WB: thmt retro to ??t. TBK HECHT IS).. Piano Annas. ?U F at. ?a. open until IJD pi ?a._ je9S-U BM ARLINGTON PIANO: MAHOGANY ease: sood M new: beautiful tona; our pria? ??; lArot r.ar? to par. THE BECBT OO.. l'inno Annex, IIS F ?u nw. Ope*n until 9JO p. m. JeSMf ?-RBVENT WAR OS BUGS BT CHINO Bunter'? Rue Bklerminetor. Qtort bottle. 10 -?aia: known e??wjwba>: w.ll not atam bad ! ?HotJtaB er ?trau iap?r; ?ua**ant??ad ta do tb* work or mcoor return*-?!. Uunt? a Floor O? will oat arad ataan roar floor: learea a poliah InJjh: ? canta ssllon. Ptaone Franklin IMS. Ill Pa. ?aa ~ Dtt? poatal._(nl-Ht NEWSPAPER "BO?TE FOB SALE; ???? aacttoo ?a* northimt; b. ?nod condition r ?toaba? terms Applj CIRCULATION ??? ? ?Jl^Hr-r-ald ofll?*?._?nj-l?-tf WOOb rOR FIRKPLACk BOILER. FtlC ?ato aad ?to??, M par roti. ?? Ito A eordi ?Ian ?put tandUnc wood In ea*> qiaantltjr. ?ZaII Lincoln *SB1 for pte?pt delire? mail tf BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. WINDOW srREESS AKD SHADES. WINDIJW SUADE? MADE TO ORDER. Beat Opaqne on H. H. Rollata. I. ?X PREI.VRERT. 130 H ?C a?. _Pboaa L ?rat_W? FOR SALE?FURNITURE. c-Ulorr Furniture cbS^J HOPWOOD'S Pa?alar Price Fnrnitarr aad Slawe Store?. Stfc and K S??. Tt. ?F. MOVING, PACKING, STORING. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTELY nBEPBOOF STuBAlll. Ronen?, tt aad pp. Morios aa? l'aokln?. UNITED STATES STORAGE ?DO.. ?OS? tob at. nw. Phonee II. ?Hi and Franklin SIS. tt WT^gtj. rr??e marlwa rar ster *' ase. ?. asaa. n. aa-M. SMITH'S TRAIHFia - STORAGE CO.. 111 ?. Blah? pa. ?. MOVING We fumlafc __rfe padded ud? end onrntni mate to handle ?our 9000?. l'ACKCR8 ?of furniture, piamo* ctnoa, brie>e bnc, etc Kxpeileiieed bm only. SHIPPING to all pert? et the ?or?. ?s TORACI E for 'urnirj-?, pieno^ end hotur boJd foods. KRIEGS EXPRESS. REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO. We bufiti to order any lise refrigerator or cooltnic room. ?11 F St N. W. Franklin 2757. AUTOMOBILES. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO, JO N. Bn*d St. ?PhlU.le.phia. Pa. 1.0M tmn to -select fnMk-191?. lftT. tf-tt taodaU. in all makea, SED tv. CaUlo-pi? fra* am im queat. HUDSON TOURING -CAR Soc a?? cheap to quick buy?.. 133B Conoectiont ?va r-tt-st ROLLS ROYCE TOWN CAR FOR sale. Call at 1226 Connecticut ave. je30-3t ?BE Quaracteed ?.OT** nil?? la the Mliwing mme only ?nil .Ml.?* ' ???SH..nt? Th??? Ure? ?re ? ?caci?! lot teem at ftrat el??? material? and are ?ruarant?-e?l ta writing to fn 4,000 nul... ??'?????? ?G?? ?ALE. tn ?arder tn lntrodoc? our ne? ?see? tn the motnrutt? at ar? offarlat the fi>Howin* tab?? ? ?Oat: MaJ "I .??134 -SU? pav tame. ?U *A?rrer.-?.i to la? on? jeer. NATIONAL ACTO SBTPLT G?. m Sinti ?L a?. _ACTO REPAIRS. _ BROKEN CAST IRON And oth.e B.t.W welded by ?.ttaawsoa? piimea? WE3.DIT OO . St N. J. ???. nw. Li?. SWA W? tml'it (to order) ?nd reran- refri**T?tn?re. ANT SERVICE. ANT TIME. ABT PLACE, Ant?? ef ?ay ira?? and ?*? repaired oe reborn Kord? Sied wbll. yo? Walt atona* BOB ROT MACHET. M tttk ?*. e*. L?Soo?. Ott ? FOR SALE?GARAGES. GET A GABAGE TBAT WILL ODTLA8T any Sara?? in Um market ta .ppearwnoe, (tar? Mllty, ?ad leiee. V. T. H. BIEN. 1411 O a?. nw. Pao?? M. Slat. MONET TO LOAN. MOSBT TO LOAN OB APPBOVKD ??? rial aatsU M low??* ennwnt ratea; erect.; privilege? with reapect t? prior p?y?e?. TTLEB * BL?HEBi ORD. lac? ?17 ISth at If MONET TO UJAN-SB? TO ??.? ON D. C. [ n?I t?tete, gerar?] tro?? foDd?, 44 to 1 pei ; cent. AU traaaaction? JB1?MM wit* mam? cal .-^miHleration for buiioweia WtL H. SA0NDEB3 A 00, ?atilatat? Bniataatt. MT 1Kb at. a?. ?3 WANTED TO BOT. WILL CALL IN HT UNLETTERED ACTO anoblie, cJtr at ?oburban. and ray yon hiebe? price? far avliee'. ?eutlernen'?, chCaren's ? carded dottilo?, of ?H ?taacrtptlona. ?dtti ? port?! or phone. I ?01 OHI E. BICE, 13? Tth a?, cw. N. UBI WRECKERS AND BUILDERS. WE WRECK ALL KtNDB OF BUILDINGS. A. K. THOMPSON, m ? ?? ?a Wrecker and B-iiloer. tstjatj PERSONALS. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30mRS*^^??? Ncrrau? aad Special DtMaUw? ot Uae ?ad Wc??n. tea? Health t? To? If Yaaa S. tier Prom Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Constipa tton. Pik?. Throat, L?in?a, Brain, Heart, Blood ?ad Skin Diaeauca. Nerroa? DfbUJty. Kidsat rnil?l?. Bladdei Trouble, Specific Blood Ptw ?onhxt, Errrptiooe. Ulcera? ?nd All Prtrat? Of* tetre Caret for Ufe by Sat? Method?. Chargea Low. Medicine Farnished. CONSULTATION FREE. Privale Wnltln-v Room for Ladt?? Office Hour?, 10 to 1. 3 to ?. Suadajn. W lo li WORKINOMEN-IT 13 N HT ER DIFMC?LT to place ??. Look ai tht bom? with a porch aad then'? where lo* pile? ia In full ?way eTerr day? and hi?tier? buy new uncalled for nut*; gran? fine ?? atock here tod priced at about half. Boy from tie and ffva "satae" the laugh. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, ?f D. Jnl-U REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Pouce Department.Main 4000 Fire Department.Main 6000 Department af Jtattice.Mai? 196 U.S. Secret Service (night).Columbia 3396 ?. S. ?Secret Serrke (day).Hua 6400 U. S. Marshal.Main 2854 Herald Want Ad Da*..Mah 3300 SPECIAL NOTICES. mW tob?: nan ?Bowwe ??t??t and f Bern nm m; ?tallas boat?; t-A cotton ?nd Boto MM? ?ad tretet* Mas WM ttp; ?tt-eins boo?; ?an (or itina.flail.? at NOTICaf-OKT AND AJTBB ttJLY _, m$, th? ?ton? labor?*- waato ?ID ba * eaata ?ar hoar, atea? Lai?t Onice, Ma *?, J. Arthur Hod. Bumiarj. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS Teleahaae I _fA?_ M* S8?-eew Mala SMH-8B13__??*?__ ''?*? Avenu??, (_fl ^^ t'ha?*! W, W. (Jbamban. E. P. Oitnbtoa W. W. CHAMBERS CO. leao chapia at. w. w. Ilodatn Chapel. Dar or Nltat Phon? Oct. MX W? U?? Automobile Serri?? BxcliairelT. FUNERAL DESIGNS. ?iipropiiale Flaral Takaaa. Ijttole-eal????!!. lam??--. Cede Broi. Co., 1214 F Straet Promu? ?ato dell??'! ?Barslaa DIED. AUX?Departed thia itt. on Friday, haw XAJW. at t a m.. at Wa jeel ?JetHJeTParker arenue. Cherryilalej, Va. QEORQ? C. AIJU beaJta? husband of Emma Aul. Funeral today a* ? a. m. eras Bt. Charles' Church. Clarendon, Va. Relative? and tnmWm Invited to attend BlaACKWSL?*-?DepaA-tad thla Bfe. on Friday. Jun? 28. IMA at ?p. ul. at ber residence. 1?1T Halt ?treat southwest. Mrs. EMMA BLACK WELL, devoted mother of Charles Wasnlngtoti. Fred and George Blackwell. Funeral from her late reaidentse io day at 1 p. bl Friend? and rela tives invited to attend. CECIL?Suflrtenly, on Thursday. June 27, Vili. GEORGE W., beloved hus band of Josephine C. Cecil (nee Fitz-Sence), in th? Had year of ais atte. Funeral from Tata tate residence. 7M Thirteenth ?treet southeast, today at 2:30 p. m. Relative? aad friends invitad to attend. CHAMBERLAIN?Departed thla lite suddenly, on Friday. June tb. IMS, at S M p. m.. KYLAND LUE CHAMBERLAIN, beloved ?on of J. E and B. E. Chamberlain (nee Weias), in th? 17th year of hia Ufa Funeral today at s p. m., from hi* late residence. Friendship Heights. Md. Friend? aad relative? invited to attenti Inten?ent privata. CHIPMAN?Departed thl? life on Fri day, June ?. 1118, at I p. m.. GEORGE F. CHIPMAN. beloved husband of Lula L? Chlpman (nee Dut). Funeral tomorrow at 2 .JO p. ra., from his Ute reeMenoe. TOE Thtrtaaath street southeast. Friends and rel atives invited CLARKE?Departed thi? life oa Sat urday. June S. 1918. at 5:1? a. m . at hia residence, ?107 Elm ?treet northwest. Dr. HARRT 8.. beloved husband of Susie Clarke, ?on of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Clarke, brother of Mra Hattle Brooks sad Mrs. Marie Shelton. He was for merly druggist with Gray At Gray and successor to Roseoe D. Pln kaat Funeral today at I p. m. from St. Luke's Baptist Church, Shepherd road. Bricht wood. D. C. Relativas and friends invited to attend DEAN?On Saturday. June 2?, 1*18. at his residence, 307 Fourteen-and-a half street northeast AUGUSTUS, beloved husband of Mary F. Dean. Funeral from hie late residence to day at 1:30 p. m. Relative? and friend? invited to attend. Inter ment at Alexandria. Va (Buffalo, N. T.. papers please copy.) GREENLEAF?Departed thi? life on Saturday. June 29. 1918. Bt 9-30 a m.. at Casualty Hospital. LUCY, th? loving wife of Peter Oreenleaf and devoted mother of Rosa Snow. Funeral from her cousin's. Rachel Ford, IS Seventeenth street south east, thence to Mount Zlon Baptist Church. Rev. W. p. Downs, D. D., pastor, tomorrow, at 1 o'clock HARRIS-Suddenly. oa Friday, Jan? 28. 1915. MARIE M. HARRIS, widow of Henry N. Harris. Funeral from her late residence. 10? ?! ?treet northwest today at 1 p? m. nterment at Olney. Md. (Rock vine papers please copy.) KEALET?On Friday. June 28, 1918. at hia residence. Thirty-fifth street. Mount Rainler. Md.. JAMES H.. husband of Mary J. Kealey. Mass at St. James' Church today at 9:30. Relative? and frtcm'a invited to attend. KUHNER-On Saturday, June SB IMS, 8 p. m., at his residence. SOX t ?treet northwest, AUGUSTUS K?HNER. Notice of funeral hereafter LEK?Departed this life, suddenly, Friday. June 28, 1918, SARAH E. LEE. Funeral today at 1 o'clock, from Friendship Baptist Church. First and ? streets southwest Rela tives and friends Invited. "??????? DUD. huaband of Anni* McAlwee, ta hU With year. Tutnrm^mreeaep ?tt Maniato 15*? ??nce. ?B I atoaat a??tli-aat, On? m?rnlna at t? o'clock, theno* to at Petar?? Cfcuroh. flecood andC ?traete ?o-athe????. at? ???2* where -i-aaaria-aBjaaaa win ba aaad. ??.?ar??? wir*-* piras* copy.) .aa ia the churches of this ?ttty and at at. John'? OMVCta. Wttrrentori, Va. OwaNB-galuriai*. ???? ?. IM. at 13:46 o*d<3CkT???OT??to?m V??*?r ?itjr Hospital, CRAC? ?* th* beloved ?IsiiBbtar W. aad Mary K. Ovreraa. Funeral ton?otrrow at t a. ta., from her aunt*? r**ld?noe, 1 South ?treet northw**t then? to Holy Trinity Church. _ at Children'? Hospital, OBOROE T.. beloved ?on of Aa"ses (nee Smith) *nd the lato Uo Schislnl, seed < yaara. Funeral from kia Booth??-** rttridaaic?. Comedy road. ?Saat PI*asant, Md.. tomorrow at I p. m. Interiaent (privato) Proapaot am Cemetery. TBRBT?In Loa Anrele?, CSaL, ????">? nesiJay. Juna 27. IMS, ANOTE (nee Farri?), beloved ?rife of Clarke B. WARNER-On Thursday. June XI. 1M?. ttt bar ?TMldai.ce, SI7 Four tMBth ?tr**t northeaat, UVA JANE WABNER, beloved wtt? ot tha Iato Capt. Oeorg-e W. Warner. Funeral Mrvto?? at her Iato resi dence today at 10 a. m Relative? and manda reepectlfully Invited to ?ttend. Interment (private) at Ar llnston Cisntetery. WOOD?On Friday. Juna tX Vtit. BU SAN ?.. widow of John F. aad rnother of Bernloe, Edith. Noble aad Stanar wood. Funerei tei.tu?* today at t p. ??. at Epiphany Church. O Thirteenth ta at Arlington. ?EBB R1BAUI BOBBAC. B. a Bastar, a eoa. AJerarrdiia, Ta.. Jon? ?-Rar. Wlll itvm J. (Jeaney has been ??p-polntad ???t?t?nt paator of et Mary*? Cath olic Church, this city. Bar. rather Strut ia paator and Ma?. U F. KaOy aa?i?t?nt paator. at latary*?, Une? fore, win hav? two antotont psatora. Father Clean?? waa recently ordained in Kilkenny, Ireland, and waa edu cated at Mount M?ll?ray Seminary. Waterford. Ireland. Sine? his ordina tion, ha wa* ronnected with a church In Manchester, Erntland. Father O?n?y celebrated Us first maa? at St. Mary'? thla mornlne. Ure Hannah A Adam, widow of Dr. Thoma? I. Adam, died this morn lna ?about ? o'clock at tha Alexandria Hospital. The deceased had been a patient at that Institution for ?ever?! week? ?Ine? abe ?uataii-Md a fall and dttlocated her hip. She lived at tot Kins; ?treet. ?nd I? ?urvtved by one ?o??. Brook? P. Adam. Howard Davi? IT ran otd. ?on of Reward D?vts. of Or) South Lm street, thl? city, died at Lansdown, ? Md.. veaterday. Th* body waa brouaht , hare thl* afternoon and taken to his lato reeldenc* and prepared for rrnriai. The funeral of A. Le Boy Jame ?oa. who died Saturday, arili take place at t o'clock Monday night from hi? 1st? residence. 228 North Royal ?treet Servioea will be con ducted by Ber. E. V. Re-fetter. D.D.. paator of the ?. E. Church South. The body wttl be taken to Wash ington Tuesday and boried In Qlen wood Cemetery C. I. Evaae. atrent for th* Waib Intrton-Virrtnla Railway Compaay. at Mount Vernon, waa ?tricken with ?ppendlcltl* thl? afternoon and tak en to Oeorce Washington Unlver ?Ity Hospital. Washington, wh?re be was operated oa. Union carpenter* In thi* etty will receive M a day berinnlna tomor row. Thi? I? aa increa?? of ti a day over th? previo?? rato which wa? It. The Circuit Court for thla city. Jude?- J. ? T. Thornton presidine, will conven? at 11 o'clock tomor row Instead of M o'clock as here tofore. ITALY TABOOS THINGS "MADE IN GERMANY" The Italian Medlnel Cc?n*-T?>?? for Resistance. meeting raeeotty tn OwOoa, took ?r-t*on to liberate the medical profeaelon of their oountry from th? domination of the phrase ??Haa* In Gtennany." Th* conerei?? votad to urge Its member? to do everythlna po??lble to avoid tha use of German dru?;?, <**--nle??? and lurglcal instrument?. UNIQUE CAREER OFM. DOUGLAS Holland Tells of Man of Science and Business Who Died Last Week. From Quehaa? ?Sa-ada Dr. Jan Douglt?e, who Alea tat hie home New Tork on Tuaeday at last earn? to the United Stala?, where ha achl?v?d W-asaa-l thlnga aa? hack to Qtaobee hto body waa takaa " tarment *a?oaas> for y ?aia* O? family plot ta the manar/ bas there Dr. Douglas waa of aaiM aia? utatloa, althou?h insalili ass a waa not as familiar to the ptabHe ?to Mb achievemenU would have JuatJ-fled. He tan? to tha Unite? Mad aa a mining engineer, hot ha had already recelvad hi? Haa HI aa of medlein? asti attor a Mrat pracOee of that profession ha turnad to ology *uid waa Utaaaai though never gota? actually ordained taa Hia career had many romanea la it Phytrician. mining engineer, the ?JUooverer of a remarkably suoceesful proeeas for I traejtln* eoppar ora?, tata tra? s motar of vast copper devetopment Arizona aad the tar Booth weat, a biifldar ot rallroada, a -ertisir At 1 that war? esteemed highly, r waa how he achieved ao ? different Haw, although ha Uvea taa yean beyond the auilptamal About thm tba. whan there ? th? dawn of What proved to ha marvelou- ustrlal atra tar United States Dr. Douglas la a < parati vely limited ooppar ? ?fining Or ?melting plant in Pennsylvania taught tha world how to udii?? the what mystic and today not fully un derstood law ot eelctroiysi?. so that in that way he was atole to ? from c-opper or? not only precio-? metal? aa were ?nabedded In it, for often gold and silver are found tn association with eoppar ore, also how to obtain by thla laouaaa substantially pore copper from the ora Thi? was ia tact one of tiartl?t of the development? ef eiee tro-chemiatry. a science which a few years later was to be ao wonderfully advanced that at laat tt pointed Oto way whereby new mineral?, unknown thirty years earlier, could tie manu factured, aa Acheeon discovered by thermo-chemlstry how to prod oca car borundum, and Baekeland how to pro duce bak?lite, aad Halt how to secure aluminum at low More TVaaa a Bn et Betiemt. The oopaer plant la Pennsylvania waa given up principally BBBBBjjj the supply of copper was not eufftdent Already Boston ospitai aad Boaton abfltty had bagna to exploit with gratifying results the copper depoaita of Dorthern Michigan, but not yet had Tnompaou and -tackling. Daly, ?Stark, aad others found the???elvee on the highroad to the stupendous ooppar production which, when thi? at laat waa accompllehed. made tha United State? the ??eeteet eopper-prodtaeli country la the world Tha late Wltliaai Bari DodBe ta aa .-oclatloa with the lata D. WlBle Jamas aad other? maintained la Now Tork for many yean a? Important mercantile house, principally occupied with importing ooppar aad other metal? and marketing them. Mr. Dodge and hi? partners until ther ware brought into aaaociatJon with Dr. Douglas had no thought of enter in? th? field of oopper production. Their attention was brought to thla opportunity by a man who eame from Arisene to Hew Tork and who taa-1 dertook to interest them ta copper propertlea in Arisona which be aaid ?rara lnaxahuetibl? aad vary rieh. It is a long ?tory which tell? tally of the manner ta which (hia mercentfle houae hers me Interested to ?topper production. It In enough to ?ay that Dr. rviurua, who visited A-rlaofia aad tha coppei? region?, reported favora bly and Phelpe, Dodge * Oo. war? persuaded to invest eome capital la tha ventura. Th? reeulte were amas tng to them. The houae becere?e one of the greatest eopper-productnjr or ganizations of the world, following, in that respect, in point of time the B-reat oopper development In northern Mlchlgaa. ?altt ?aireada. Dr. Douglas' judgment? war? taa errinir. HI? buslneaa acumea was ?poken of a? unuiual. When one of the railroads which was under con ati-action from the Pacifie to tha Mississippi Rivar ?arsa laying out its survey Dr. Douglas approached tha executive head urging that the ?ur vey be eo changed as to bring tha That Rookie from the 13th ?Squad. By p. L crosby GETS 83 HUNS Privat* Frank ? catto, marched into the camp after the batti? ? Wood In chare? of aevcnty-eight Ger man ?olcller? and five offic, had awjrrender??d to him. Iraner* la only IS year? old. and be has a bi-othor alao fltrhtlns In Franc?. 2,000 Attend PicMC af Wohfiner Ladies' Club Piente girne? ??sntrilay hr th* w?ab llnar Ladla?* aootor? at Cheta Brida?. ramtm was meste and da?n?-lria fir???? t ?y<siock ta a?? ???aaa midnig-ht The Ladaa* ?Jt> the ?a????U ? ? mitte? mm ??? Dons twanrrnan. Boa? Licfctenbexa. ??? ?. ??? ?. Brit. Mra. aehart ara P-t*Sed liailii. ??? Vtmrmrmm, %tm and Mra. W*tob??i?. Th? mie who ????*4??1 ta aba ? ration ??? Mr. B FTte-dlander, Snyder. ted Mr. Tluliraiditta? Crab aad Trout Season Opens Today at Beaci crabblna and trout fleh mar atrasa open h?r? tomorrow. B*?caua? ?M ?a? ?ever? winter, which ?tatst th* bay wall frota?) ovar and ??%?*???? ormi dredger? from disturblBax th* youm* crab?, ? ??oh officiai? prwdi? oat of the beat ??rabbtnc *m?nn? In yaais. The t-asn? (Iaht? pttt up by trout eau*? tVaherrt-ten to look forward with dellg-M to Um optuiia? of Um tre lin* wlfhin eaey rea?-* af the Podge ?ft Co.*? oop-ier propertlta. had btatn found erperuuv? to port Um copper ore? trota Um to the neavrwst railroad ?taUov??. ? wa? iMe-tenary to build highway? and to mak? aaa of many horse? or mule? and trucks. IX, taawfore. the railroad could b? peruudad to ?hlft Ita aor vey ao ?? to tocio?"? thl? reglo? ? would find luelf well paid tor th? chang?, ao Dr. Dotaaia* ?aid. tkt-eause very greet traffle In th? hard to*; of ores would be fttrnlshed it But the management Tittened to Or. Dougla* with Incredulity and paid no heed to his ?ugireetlon?. There?pen h* ro vealed a new aide of his character. H? determtoed la ?????11???? with Phelps. Dodre ? Co. to batlld a rail road and be did It, and then as rhetr copper proporne? wer? exw?r>d?d they bum <xh*r raflroada ?asta at Matt timar railroad ?yeteni b??M?tx?? a ?aarr* on? and took th? taa? of tha El raso armi Bu util? ?atorti Railroad Company, which operate* a luti* over a thousand mile* of ?tandard lima ? track?*?. Of Od* railroad oompane Dr. paaaT WM president Ttaraoai? rrdntnr r?ropertie? which had ba??r, Iiinrh??d and put under o??>l?JTsua?ti?t "by Dr. DuinVn were at laat abcawhad under th? mun? of the Ck>ptper Qtattu Oonsolldsted Minina Compaay, aat thl* Is ?tat? Of th* wonder? of Amen otai copper nrmlng ?levelopmint ?fcatttwMt MyarW Uw? It at, how???!, aaraona tat? tin? of todustrial advance, ?ttfllslnc modern attento?, that Dr. Dougia?* n?m? will probaxtsty b? btart mintili? ??, Ba ?tadted with the tkrH and patient* arad abunda?? faith of a tro? tau of taBaaatta many of th? law? of <rh?mr?try. ?ome of which were myatte until he gained understanding of therm, and his ?ervtc? of that kind waa tat laat reeoirnlsed by two of tb* greateat scientific authoritiea of th? world. Tlte Mining and Metallurgy Institute. of London, aararded him tat gold medal and later he received tbe John Frits medal The?? two ?rymbollc <i??n?on?tr?tk>n? of Dr. Di-mates' achievement* at? ?uffluitt to rnak? him avail?bl* for mamToerahlp aa the Hat of the greateat Arnerican of eciiynoe in tbe advancement of in dustrial pursuit?. Coder hi? leader ?hlp tome of the mor? ?tupendou? America? fortune* were obtained and he himself became th* owner of rafl tlona. But It wa? characteristic of Dr. Dougla? that wealth aiway? n?m ed to htm of far le?? Importano* and ?rave to him much leu ?-ratltVatlon than did hit achievements In science and aa on? of tb? leaders I? th? In dustrial development of tttat Uaattad Statai? , -HOLLAltD. Tbe Safest ?j* tao? tkat At aft tmemmt ewwaj ?a? ?3& -iSr*j5 ????G?? rs \^Xmm%mmm?mmT^t Heeaey Ca., 727 HfliM Stro-l INCOMES FACE t HEAYYNEWTAX Six B?on. Mb* Be Raised by Revenae Bill to Pas War Cost head of farolito? maktog aaa taa-OBBS mt n.ea> mt ? The total lat-cBB? or by ?su? puratioa? to a*M waa a*???? aT^mem-M. Ia a? the ?tad to a aaa of ???,??*. word?. If all the Bat to ***r-Ti**r of aB the rot?lovntioas waa tala?? tat?a fbt?a. tt would ?rod?u? j-et ?oogti ??venue to meet the de maada of the pittoeH ieelrUtion. Fiwu this enonnow ?siriaw atl<ta*i rev en??, the goveriauent toe* last year by (he loooraa tax only tI7t.rx.ai -Just Oat af Prison, He Waste Girls aad Wife la Hare a Goad Time ?aacaa Wash.?Taa galnr back to New Tork aad aat ? Job. I want toy girl? to have some fun and my wife to enjoy ata I totond to maka a Thar? tha way Jot? MaNs who haa Jut beaa pardnataj ?arvtag prtooa taonaaen?eat smco De cember. HO. tar ha all?H?d tinta?? ?Job w*th th? taaft of tm.?90? ft-oaa the Now Weet-aaaator. ?. a. ttraaeh bank of the Bata of : ^o Deer, lee etatnTt has? baer Una ?<? can't have aad Btos -war m ope g? alla, bet far be ? finia awoh, satid a r**ep?**Be???tat^n? or a? Milk??wi e ?ttoOrtolinn T.f fhtiy ?rust rnenuf artut-lnc bear toa there wta be ae malt ar bv-pro ?eto to toad tha eowa aad thl? ?? bear by-prodaeta ?aa*?*a?? altre? ? ?n c > a?Mh aaTk. -We dont know whether it ma-? to? now to BM her '??????G er aoc hai ?r? do know that eh? ia a Bar raw? cheerful giver after ???Ina haar malt. ao V the people want leas m-k ther w* art B tr the BiaiiBlh m ? ? ef ScbcMcCaay?Wa?skcrs t. T.?TheyT! ha loaaar ta Scbert-ectady? haar, aat dream?. Bon barber? have gotten together with the rotili that a hsdnjat hereafter meen? fifty rent?. Th? barber? want mor? tana?-. Hera's to? arw Beale adopted Hair cuts, fifty cents: haircut for ci idrati on al day? except Saturdays thirty five cents: children's hairc?t. Situr daya, fifty ?ente: etisv?. twoptv-flv? cent?: ?hampoo. thirty-five eentsn ra rents. Sheep Snearers Haw . Demand $6-0 a Da? Idaho - Idaho are making Mi ? day. and tf their ?tornanti? tor more wtwre.? ara rato they wai make Mi a day. ac* ord ina? to J. B. Whttsoo. a rheepnan. In a oomphtaint tn the (Tate C utitii on Defensa Sne^?men dae'ar? the?? h??? informel?"? lndic-ntrag a etate-r-rld? stMep-cbeartng eomMnatlon ha? been built ?pi Shearer? ara aatting ? ?Mat? ? head and by metag machine?, each man ean ?bear fro?? 30? to no head of eheep a day. The shearers hare made a demand for an Ine?Mae te M cent? a head. In addition, the ho? or the craws is paid for hoarding h'** men ?hteh would brtog the ?luigi to shout * cent? a bead, ?ay the .--ho? SiKEM WHILE CTAf-fDfl-rS. Marysvtne. Cal.,?Dan Kelly, e-r reated on a misdemeanor charg?. went to Bleep ?landing op la the coattruoto Celled upon tar an ex planation. Kelly, who haa oaly oae natural lag to ataad upon aad oae wooden one. declared that he had Buffered with asthma for the Bast ton ?ear? and had to sleep standing up. He said he was ao accustomed to dosing to thla position that ha forgot he wae la court. OT ?MADE STRAIGHT S OFT. LONG. SILKY ?mmT^memVelmmi -??*Sa"a?5a HEROLIN^ |,!*-"**"a*!_ ^imtr\ a .I.?.?.?, tor? ?H_??aF "??*t? *