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Ut Ine Herald Want Ad? Help You Get it Phone Main 3300 Publl*h*d ererr day la th? year by Tea Waahington Herald C"otB paay at 4U--U? ?????nth ?tre?t, A'aahlngton. D. C Telephon* Ktehang* ? Cafl Mala ISM. (For elaaalflod adr?rtlMm*nti t?k for Brtnch 1). - ??' Member Audit Bureau ef Clreu]? CLASSIFIED RATES ONE CENT For Bam Burnt.j- A WORD ?at?? ?**? ?ad Boeri.. I Fa? a**? ?OaoaulDeooa. (Mill?? um Latt ?at Wtatt _..-?. J Claitt. ?? ? ?roar *?*? m lass, *aa th??. ttc. tame ad Uim coaatawtlw ttm~. ttc. O?? fow lio... 1 a*? pw word aaeh Ii?a?t1i? w tmat cou -r i'.ira Isasria??* fw Ik* pne? af two. All Other CI* Taw G ' : te*. .Jl cent 2 tTla fia?sii?lli?l/.11 canta 3 li?? ?t???LuUl?lf...?.Maaot? 7 ttam iiatnailliili. t ?act. I?*ai ttaara m?nilli.1..?.lasts Mfali?? two Horn ' -eat ? ?a? cstn? for rla?it?d ntavok-ft*? typa ?ad cota. FOUieS REFHBSEltTATTTV E? Ml 1 t BECK WITH SPECIAL AGENCT New Tart Oflle?....Tribu?. Bid*. ceto OfBoa..MnM Bid* ttett Othea._42? ford Bid*. -? aattaat OtBe?.-Third Walitmal aaak Bid, -j?^?^?^_,_ HELP WANTED?MALL ? HERS WANTED TO TAKE DOWN net ??irk. A?ptr tto A F em m. OLD ? .Wm HOCSE; wm ?ar dlit?._*jj-t COUNTERMAN: OFF SUNDAYS good salary. Apply STEWARD it. Jan??? Hotel. - ?? AN OPPORTUNITY for men be tween 35 and 46, seeking work in the open; continual and health ful employment on our wagon ales force; salary and commission; must furnish bond. Apply Jewel Tea Co.. Inc.. 1712 14th st. nw. _ju2-3t '.? l.\TH>-WSHWArHEli*; ? ? ? ? E . ?. <???. ???G0?? LTS'-H. ITU Pa. aw. ?? ?Bm Laborers on Concrete Work. Apttj NEW TJEATER RCILDIV _ 13th and F ata nw. MUaVft?,' ????? ????tG??" ~ eie?-, ????aitene? ?inni? i?wn; marrie?], ?boat ?: telerr $21 and liberal commi.?:' . BOX att, BVraid office. M : WANTED- BU-SHEiLMANT^ead^ work; good pay. 818 F st. nw. BOY WANTED-ONE WITH ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent ooportunity for wide-awake. boy. ?Apply after 7:30 p. m to FOREMAN. Herald office WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS; 13.0t A . Appi? to TIMEKEEPER. Adam? ?.'. ?',?.. Second A Ere eta. aa. kV. WtJTID - WAREHOCSE TRUCKERS whit* aad eok*?d; S3.?? per day. Applv TUIE KEEPER. Aduna Erpre?, toi A me ?t?a*_ ieit-ti UASTED-BOT TO SERVE HEIIAI.l' rone. Appi? Sir. CttCRTNET, S ?J ?. ? It l.VTED- BRAKEMES FOR I'OTU', >xrd, ?S ??aat? pet hoar: ?lao cet npaira:.?' ?. ?. '.iirtmte. aalpifa ?arpenter?, freight I r ? vi. apa??? aad ?ith??- ocenpati-oa at ? t ?. .??, l'aambaarla RaiBMd. Appi? <*t Nr. ?-... a.?, te. ? ?i.rS-tf ATTENTION! BOYS! Do your bit by earning money yourself: good wage? paid (or de ! livering The Washington Herald. See H. TEMPS, 1018 K st ne., at once. tf BOT WAVTED TO SERVE HERALD ?t>?Tt*. Apply ?It ?th ?r ????! tf HELP WANTED-FEMALL? PAl*ITRT~W01?AN; ?40~AXlf ALL meal.? ; also two dishwasher?. ? p pjv .^T-EWARD. St, James Hotel. juS-St ? ?r ?t??? Boeri Darda ]ars-, rabPT ot expciieBCed ?wi.'v t-f-ra ukd trpemrilera ?od ala*? ? r.*uced typinta. Im-ucdiate *p ?ntnent will be gxirn qualified -??icant*. Apply at Appoint mimt *i'*n, Boom C-?, War Trade jrd BoiWiof. O ud S sta. ju->-< DISHWASHERS ? TWO. Apply before 9 a. m? EXPRESS LUNCH Second and Eye its. ne. wanted^ftiters FOR WOM en's gowns and dresses; must be thoroughly experienced. ERLE BACHER'S. 1210 F st. nw. _je28-7t WANTED ? EXPERIENCED stenographer. Apply Mr. L^STNENT. first floor Her ald office. Help Wanted?Male and Female. Iii-hwashebj??Two. Bt-nTEf?i-?~~anii "* ????-? 0*1: (nod p?. and abort hour?. ?. ? prr al 8SATOOO t?.. ?a nth ?t. nw. -,_itr"i-.t FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT HiaMlM. TBREHROOM APABTM1UNT ftiraavlMd far bonwteewng .xoeptioBU op .ortoaiO for two ????? Onlj arm par mnotn m L a. nw._??j.?? tTR-nSHCD. TSSSt~~LARGE?SS?UHT inn? w-.ta Sot water, two c???j??ttni??tine if ? laind: all lar*? emootA foe two or Urne. .. ?. T. ere, nw._juWtt :""? Hill ST. .?. W.-KEWLT fTRMSHEll rooa?, BS pw rath aad up; ? si?? plan or nie? peoni?._ ?a?* ROOMS AND BOARD. ?WLT IrTRNItlBiai Rimiu WITH MEAL> for two lamm; print? home; an modera im Baxawt?; no otbw bonder?; oa? of piano. laeete? ?t Fnnilin Park. Va; that? it?? ear rid? from Treaiurj. Phooe an WAD? WELLS. RoasIrB 19s. Cai) oc I inS-ft REAL ESTATE. Careful Investments qt ameer ta Ftnt Oa??sj of Troat (VhM Mon dam) m Waahingtoa, I?. C. bal teteu tv may? Ute Ua? fin tot?r??t 1? ?Im aad Um rytam et ?1 ta* nrtadtl. ??*, ? nimia et ttf emymt ttawa?*?? ami rakm of other ?mm ???* w* mete otea ?iiranr.in. ?waraged t? laattat? Caw?? tsiHaiii? aw ?? cawata far ~??V tb*? a in? af ? cerar?. Inreu e. m?. tmta mm. ?t s. in, ?ad t per mem teety tw <fall.?j. Lara? e??Jt??mti SB WH H. SAUNDERS & CQ. 807 l5thSt. HELP WAHTED-lUk ft Fssmak Help Watwi-Mak ?ni Fernst. INSTRUCTION AGENCY United States Railway Administration An agency for the instruction of men and women who wisk to engage in the transportation service will be opened immedi.it ly. Special instruction will be green in the Ticket Agency Branch, in cluding? HANDLING OF THE PUBLIC SALE OF TICKETS ROUTES FARES ACCOUNTING Course will consume about two month*. THREE CLASSES: (a) 9:30 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. (daily except Sunday). (b) 2:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. (daily except Saturday and Sunday). (c) 7:00 P. M. to 9:00 P. M. (Monday. Tuesday. Thurs. and Friday). A salary of $50 per month will be paid those who are accepted in tbe Agency and who attend any two classes, and $25 per month to those who attend any one class. For those who successfully complete the course, positions will be arranged Day and night classes. Enrollment blanks may be obtained by personal application to I. W. CARTER. Agent. Consolidated Ticket Office. 13th and F Streets N. W. EDW. BIRCH. Ticket Agent. Washington Terminal Company, Washington Terminal Station. CEO. P. JAMES. Room 601. Southern Railway Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W. REAL ESTATE. CAB&I JOHN PARK. ATTRAOTltt. -I.-BL-RBAN HOMES. S. TOMUN3VN. El 80. BLDO. M. T?-U t? ra*? boia?*? and tamgalow? reetlj for in ?peetJea. B.ao to CMO. Easy tartar?. FOR SALE. MVilCIAL INSTRIMKNTS. ? ARIO N U PB IG HT PIAN?; ?BONY I cam; ?om?rwh*t man?d; a fla? practice piano: our prie? IK; ttrma ? ? w-eeWj. THE HCCHT OO.. Piano Annan. ?18 F ?. nw. ! open muttl t-30 p. m._ ______!_ ; KM ?ntSDCRICK 1'PRIGHT PIANO; MA bofUy case; good condition; fin? tone; oar I r -e SOT; teina U? weekly. THE HECHT CO.'. Plano Annex, SIS F it. nw. ???? until ? J> p. m._Je3*_f -MM WAGNEB CPBIGHT PIANO; MA '? ?any e*ee; fin? ton?; good condition; our 1 -rie? %M; Xarms $1 SO weekly. THE HbrHT , I i>.. 7th rt.. near ? at. nw._______! .?".?> MARSHALL L'PBIOHT PIANO; MA hncanj cHt; fine conditi-on; ?old ta ?bop urn: our prie?. W; ?u?? yeera to P*y. TBE 11???? CO., Piano Abmi. ?4 F at. nw. ??I?? until tit pi nv_ jt?htt X3? ARLINGTON PIANO; MAHOGANY ran?: good a? new: he?utifut ton?; our prie? ' *_?; thrtm year? to pay. THE HECHT OO.? | l'ian-j Annex, IU F st. nw. Opan until 9? 1 p. m. je?ft-tf j ______________*______________ ' PBEVBiT WAB""?N BUGS BY UBINO Huntara Bar Exterminator. Quart bottle, ? ' iita; known eTcryw-Den; wiH not atain bed ?ctnaa ?or vail paper; guaranteed to do the -rork ?? money returned. Hunter"? Floor Oil ? oil and ?tain your fl**>r. 1 *?????? a poHab :?*; ? tenta fallen. Pbone Franklin 11 tf. ' Pa. ara. nw. Drop paetaJ. ?al ? MH BOOM; MUST SELL~gUICK"; $3?. I'.th at. am. __________! ' i \ r.NPORT, DLOFOLD. ????????? '. uaed abort time; like near; for IC; one ?" coat. Englander on? motion couch bad; market price $28; my prie? 9UL Call after ?v._ Morgan ft. n? , W-twce-n M * N. juS-A \ KWSPAPER ??G?? ~POB SALE; GOO?? I soction ot north weit ; m good ?condition rea- j ? -i*>.c tern?. Apply CIRCULATION MAN I A?. KB, Herald office._mylS-tf WOOL? FOB FIRCPLAC1. BOILER. FTR nace snd atore. %T$ per cori. $4.80 pw \ cord Ih? aplit kindling wood lu any quantity Ci '.tnco.n SCI for prompt ?If?Tery. mcM-tf LOST. ?ST-OA.MBO PI.N NEAR ?TH * H ?ft : miri SS tlor?a ???. ?*. -? manila ?? ? slope contai .? ? .\ ? ; ? ir ur?ng etimi?, liberty bond and otber im r? - int papera: renard. KRANCES WEIS ? AIM, Camp Columbia. Conduit road. Ja_3klt < 7-.T-1N CONGRBSSIOVAlTUiBR?R?; SI C I ter naeab puree cortaining about OD and cher* r tttO; reward. :?0? Eie st. aw. ;_M: ? ? ^T-BLACK HANDBAG OONTA?N?NG diamond ring and Gott, check payable t> \ ? na I_ Dorf ce, at Biutne? High Schuni t*m\%., July 1. Return to 60 Florida are. nw. l? ?ar?). joJ-Ct AUTOMOBILES. f?B SALB VIM TRUCK ITtolilifiD ?G? nias ?hat?? just -nerhaaUetL Tel. Malta 38CT. ne N. fis. jo3-T* _ AUTO REPAIRS. ?.ST~SEI;V?r_. ?NI TIMI, a?? plack Antns et ?ru p???? ?nd afe repaired or ?boi!? Ioni? Hied while Jon wait. Storasa. ROH KOT HACKET. SU MUj *A m. Xmmte oa tf FOR SALE?GARAGES. GKT A OABAGE TBAT WILL OUTLAST any saraee la the market lo appearance, dura ' il.tj. and pri?e. V. T. H. BIEN. 1111 O H [ no trnma U JU? ?_MONEY TO LOAN. j MOXH TO LOAN OS APPBOVED C1TT ? re?! e?t?t? ?t ?'?weat carrent rat*?s. ?pccial ' prinle??? ?.tth ???pact to isior Mj??ot? ! TYLERABCTHEBPORD. _?____??>**? W ??JNET TO LOA.-I-EOO TO ?01.1? ON ?T7 -al catate Seieral tniat foods, fl| to I p(i "tt. All taanaactioia rooducted with ?ooocmii asi . *?lAAer.atloo for brrrrovcr?. ??W ? SADNOEBS A ?30.. i.vtbeni Boiklioa*. ?T 1Mb a. ?t?. ?I BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; V.-1.NTJ?W SCREENS AND SHADE:-. I .?INDOW .SHAUE3 MADE TO OBOEB. Bat ' ?peque ma ?. RoDaa J. O. PBEINKERT. 1201 11 ?c ?*. _Phnta? L alg_tfiH I REFRlGElUTCaRSriCE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.. , We build to order any sise refrigerator or cooling* room. 611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757. MOV^~PACKING7^f?irNC; i SAFETY FIRST. AHtllLLTtLT riREPROOr ?G????? ! Boom* ? and op. ?s-rlof ?od l-at-ttna 1 I MT?.D STATES !*TOBA<lE ?SO. ?Bf-? mt st a?. Ptx?a? If. <2B ?nd Itsnklln MAX tl a-t-?T^-grj? Kree Moving for stor aaJ.'?r.'.'Sa? agp. N. 3313. N. 3344. Jrt^ '"--" -? SMITH'S TRANSFER "rCgrv?i-_s-J ?e STORACE CO.. 912 '*-5*^**??*? S. NiKht Ph. K. 6992. MOVING W? fttrelah Urte padded lana and careful mea (o handle your food*. HACKEBS of f-onutnre. pUnoa, c?lna. brto-a brac, etc Experienced ? so only. . iSHIppiNu ? aU parta ot the world. STORAGE fat fnrnitMT?. piaoua, aad houae :.< !-1 | I KRIEG'S EXPRESS WANTED TO BUT. WILL CALL IK MT UNLETTERED AUTO mobile ?tti or wiburban, ?ad p?? ?a B*jmM urica? for Udir. . ?rattan???, chiidm ? di? nrd?d clothing, of ?H ?lawrlptin??. Aiata? poatel w phone. I ?ID ?all ? RICE. IM Tn ?I nw M If FIREWORKS. (iBT TOUK FIREWORKS AT ?OatOCL? ? "il Grocery Sto ? RonUn, Va. ritta ?croa? *?* Arqoedoct Bridge. ***?*? WRECKERS AND BUILDERS. WE WBBCK ALL KINDS Or BUILDING? A. ? THOMPSON. 117G ? ?t, at. Wrack? and BBtadw. ***?-tf PERSONALS._ ?VORKINGMEN - NEXT THING THE ?la?" will iiqiiaa yoa to bring your loach and all yonr nab. they won't b? aatiafled with leai. bet lat th? othw nun da thi? ?ad you will ??t? mon to pot in tba baat. 6n m tor new nrmlled for tailored mita. SM up. J1--TII3 OLD STAND, SIS D._jn3-lt "DR. REED" SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 YEARS *?*- ?"g^ Ncrrou? ?ad Speeiil DiMSae? ol Ma* aad Woa??H. Means Health to You If You Suffer Proni Catarrh. Otvaaity, Rbeumitism, <'oa?*?pa tien. G?]??. Throat. I.urg-? Itraln. He?rt, Blooo md Skin Du*?????, Nerroo? Dtbllitj, Eldnei Di??????, Bladder Trimble. Specific Blood Poi I ertoin?. Eruption?. Ulcera, ?nd AB Pftrat? DI? teem Ottei tat Ute by tete Mttboda Charge* Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTA?ON FREE. Private Waiting Room for Ladies Ogle Honra. It to I. 3 to t *?*****?? a. tt> Ii SPECIAL NOTICES. [THE HOARD OP EIH'CAT?ON OF THE ? m trict of Ort-robU. KCMMER and VACA G?? conrees in th? Public Schools win begin i M uday. Jnty 1. If?. BCMMSR HIGH IIUOU? daily from aJO a. m* %o 1 p. m. it ihc McKinley Manual Training and tha Dim ? Ili*;h School. SUMMER NIGHT 8OTOOl?*\ ?in 7 JO to 9:30 p. m. at the Bininaas H:t?' n 1 tit-? McKinley Manuel Training Schools; at <? Ani..-trong High ?School. ? to 1? p. ?? ? ilmlia <!i? at Central High Hebool thm* gfctg pal mam?. Apply to Mr. E. W. La* act, ?nstnictor. at Cent-ral High (Vhoo! -< BOOL FOR FOREIGNERS. Thomaor S hooi, llxli aad L ?ta. nw.? aft- rn ?on aoU uMing tiares. Apt ly to MIm R. E. Staanle?, ' Intici?*). at Thomson ?School. OKA l ?ACH INO CLASSES AND PLAYGROUNDS, will he r-.-ini//?.! ia ?ario-oe sections ot tbe citi for ?bite and for clored pupila. W. B, PATTER ?SON. Director; ERNEST L. THUBSON, Su ?pennte; ?. lent of Kchoola juMt BUARD OP EDUCATION OF THE DIS tri-ct of Colombo. The f*-Uowtng Oootdng Srhoola trill be opened u CANNINO L'EN ? ERS during the sommer from 9 a. m. to 1 p. , m.? every day -except Saturday: H. D. Gooke j School. Wisconsin Arsone Manual Training I >i*hool, I'M ? at. ne. Canning center* will ? ha cond;.fted at the ??-rae School on Monda*'. Kffenniu School on TueadAys and Wednetday?. ??id Congreae Heights on Thnradaya and Fri t.a>s. -Tanning Centers for the colored ichooJ? ? ill be conducted at the following acbooLs : M iidavi?, Garnet and Dunbar; Tuesday.-?., Vott and Rirncy ; Wednesdays, Stercna and 7 ~ Eicrenth at. ne. ; Thundsys, Reno and Militan Road; Kndjj*?, Randal and Deanwood. AU whu wiali to put up food products for future up* may do so at the above places, under the in *tructi"n of comp?tent teacben*. The product? and containers should ba brought by thoa? in terested. Clube for ?t*t? and girla as wall a? for adulte will be organia?d. Boys' cooking classes will abo be formed. W- B. PATTER.SON, Di rector; W. S. MONTGOMERY. AviiUnt Di rector: ERNEST U THURsTON, Snper.iiteo deot of Scfao-ols._ JtHMt ?? E W A | HI NGTON G AA UG HT COM I*ny announce? that it will be ??tf to reduce the pressure of gaa between the hour* of 9 and 11 JO a. m.. Wednesday, July 3, 1911?, on account of tbe making of a larga gaa con n-action near ita S. E. Gaa Worts. THK WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT OO. joS-lt NEW YORK FIRM -SHOWING NOVEJ/n cotton and linen suit? and dresses from V E?? -il?; evening hours alao for accommodation of gov . m ment clerka; two days ?dy, July S and ? ...EIN'BERG. New Ebbitt HoteL_"hi?-?t NOTICE-ON AND AFTER JULY 21, 1919, the itone laborera wage will ba 50 cants per hour. Stone Labor Union, N? 49, J. Arthur Hurd. Secretary. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS Or the District of Colombia, Washington, July X .?IS. ORDERED: That, under tha proTisions ? ?? Section 7. of the Act of Congrua appro-red lune 19, 187* entitled, "An Act to create s ?c-iiue in the District of Columbia by levying ? tita upon all doga therein, to make sneh doga < ?-on.il property, sod for other porpoass," the n.iuuMioni-n? hereby gire notice that every ?'? | in aaid District shall, for a period of one rar from and after July 9 wear a good sob -tantial mnszle, Mcarely pot on, so ss to prc ?nt it from biting ar snapping; and -any dog ?ning at large during said period withont such musale, iliall be tskfn up by the poundmaster ?nd impounded. LOTTIS BROWNLOW. JOHN G. D. KNIGHT. W. GWYNN GARDINER. remmlaaicinera. D. C. *M-lt PROPOSALS. OfTlCE OF THB C'IMMISSIONEBS, D. C. IVaaliinttton. D. C. JnU 1. Itlt. Seelei pro roMl? will be rrc.imd at thi? offlea Room .11. Ulitrirt Building, natii 1 o'dtxt p. m., JULY 22. lila, for fumiahint ?cnool ?npplt?? for lut in the public achool? SpedticAtiona and form of propoaal m*r be obtained noon application to tl? Pnrchuin? Offcar, D. C, Boon at, liiitrict Bnildina LODIS BROWNLOW, JOHN O. D. KNIGHT. W. OWTNN ???? ? NEB, Commiiaoncra, D. O. JuiJt REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Police Department.Main 4000 G?? Department.Main 6000 Department of Justice.Main 196 U. S. Secret Serrice (night).Columbia 3396 U. S. Secret Seirice (day).Main 6400 U. S. Mar Ani.Main 2854 Herald Wart Ail Dept.Main 3300 ?a FOR SALE-FURNITURE. cash Furniture crbdit HOPWOOD'S Popultar Prie?! Furni tur? and Stove Btera. (tb At K SU. Be=sae??s-arH= FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWlvElVS SONS Telephon? __ , M. HU-SIII Msln 651?-B511 ^Bht, l*^J 1730-SSPs. __*tgp??__?, AssUrUBt Avenu?. __?____?_ Chapel W. W. CbiBbas. E. F. Cbambtr?. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. 1400 Chap?n St N. W. Moda? Chai>?L Dm or Nlfkt. Flu?? ?3o4. m We Um Automobil. Herri?** ?it*Jt*?i??lj. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Floral Tokens. Gude Ero?. Ca 1214 F Street. Praam loto ekatort am??. DIED. BCTLEB-On Monday, July 1. Mil at 11:10 p. ra., at her residence.. Potomac. Md.. FRANCES T. BUTLER, lieloved wlf? ot the late t'harles it. Butler, In h?r 71st year. Funeral at 10 a. m. tomorrow, from her 1st? residence. Interment at lieallsville, Md. 'AMPBELX-?Departed thla Ufa on .--unday. June 10. 1911 at 1:10 p. m.? at her reslduice, tit First street southwest, BEATRICE COLMAN CAMPBELL? beloved daughter of Isaac B. and Rosa B. Campbell, deceased, and nl.se? of the lato Mal. John H. Campbell. _ Funeral from Zlon Baptist Church. F street southwest today, at 1 p. m. Relative? and friends In vited to attend. CAMPBELL?On Monday, July L 1*11, THOMAS ?., beloved hus band of Mary E Campbell trie? Sullivan) sister of Mrs. John J. Byrne of Washington. Notice of funeral hereafter. roLLISON?On Monday, July 1. Ill* at 1 s, m? st his residence, Tako mi Park. M?L. OK?OROE WASH INGTON COLLIBON. a*ed 7? years. I'unersl servios? il I ? m. today, at Wrteht*? undertaking ??tablibh ment. Interment private. UE ?30MAR?On Tuesday, July a, W?L at her residence. MS! Four teenth street northwest. MARIA, beloved wife of Jose de Gomar. Funeral services at her late resi dence on Thursday. July I. at ? p. m. Interment in Rock Creek vault L-ARLEY-On July 1.1?1?. at 1*11 a m., at the residence of her mother, 4913 Girard avenue. Philadelphia, Pa.. MARGARET H., beloved wife of James A. Earley. Solemn retaulem mass at the Church of Our Mother of Sorrow?. Forty eighth and Lancaster avenue, at Din. tomorrow. TMANN?The death on February 27. 19?. at Mannheim, Germany, of 1SAAK GUTMANN, an American ? ?Ilsen. Is reported by the Ameri can minister at Berne, Swltser Und. The legal representatives of deceased can obtain further Infor :.ration by applying to the Depart ment of State. Washington, D. C. .?VELL-On Monday, July 1, 1*18. ?t her residence. 1?17 C street northeast ISABEL, th? beloved wlf? of Sidney J. Howtsll. l'unenti from her late residence to day at 1 p. m. Interment at Rock Oeek Cemetery. I ..M'Y?On Monday. July L IM*, at St. Elizabeth Hospital, JANE F. IJVCY, widow of the late John L. lacy. 7 unera 1 Friday, July 5, at 1 p. m.. from James' undertRklng estab lishment. Nineteenth and. L streets northwest. Relatives and friends I Invited. <S-Departed this Ufe. July i, lfll, it 7 p. m.. In New York City. LOUISA MOSS, sister of the late ? i:ila Wayne. W, nelawar? avenu? outhwest. (Baltimore and Sa innih papers please copy.) -?SELL?On Monday. July 1. at 4:Sft i. m.. at hi? residence. 1?10 New tcrsey avenue. KDWARD M. RUS SELL beloved husband of Matilda '*. Il Russell. j ! Kuneral from Immaculate Concep tion Cnurch at 0 o'clock today. AN?On Monday. July 1. IMS. at 1:45 p. m., at his r?sidence, tal Fourteenth street northeast FD WARD J., beloved husband of Nellie Ryan (nee Kent), neral from his late residen?? to morrow, at 1:30 a. m.. thence to I the Holy Comforter Church, where mass will be said for the repose of his soul st 9 a. m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. In- , arment at Mt Olivet 'TT?Departed this life Monday, July 1. 1918. at i:*j a. m.. at his residence. 1-?2 Klihteenth street northwest, JAMES H. SCOTT, husband of the late Lucinda Scott. Funeral tomorrow from Nln?t>*enth Street Baptist Church, it ! p. in. i TAYLOR?Departed this life Sunday. June 10. 191?, at 11 a. m.. JOSEPH TAYLOR. Funeral services from the Al?xsnder Memorlal Baptist Church today. st ?. i>. m_ DEATH RECORD. WHITB. F?lii_NKh brine, 65 ye??, Fronden? Hoept ? n-nelitu Mahoney. St. Bib*?y Hoep?taL ..'"?iii? Larnbrnea, 16. Toberculaai* Hospital. Kdward M Riwell, 44. 14-10 N. J. see. nw. Vincent Dobeon, I month, -Children'? Hospital. COLORED. Henry Hayden, T? vetri, IN H. it ? '''.ward C. Kenny, ?. Citric Place. Conduit ?. ? torge BmaRwood. fl, 1*0 Hackman at aa. Mberta SnwTi, i'l years. 3383 Reaerouir at. aw. Attbor Handeracn, 3T, Casualty Hospital. * .??-fil'-fTi Wailan-. 7 months, 2222 8th at. nw. Mabel Quinn. 3 months. Fraedwan's Hospital. I. 'ii* Parker, 17 montha, Waahington Asylum BtB*\mhm\* ?am* WilUam P. Reed, S montha. 1417 lat at. nw. Infant of Brazil and Rnth But! t. 3 days, ??Veedinrn'a Hospital. Itifa:;t, of Brazil and Roth Butler. 2 dar?, F"rocduw*n a Hospital. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHIT?. William C. and Aim? WInsatt. boy. ?'urne? An and Alice H. Severn, boy. I'ranklin E. and Don E. Rothwall. t?. . 'iillaid M. and Mary Vi PsAgttX, giri. i'iii'l and Jennie Moat-off, boy. William 0. and Salii? F. Liyaoomb. boy. ?ise 8. and Gertrude R. Lankfocd, boy. Um?? G. and Delia V. L?n_hm?. girl. . ?lin and Elixbaeth Lsanagh, girl. - Ih am fi. and Margaret C. Lacey, bov T. starr and Ann? G. Ring, girt 'h.i A. and Anna Delathoader, hey. William A. and Mary Cannelle?, hoy. John Wm. and Harriet E. Crow. siri. >Ur?a C. and FI??ene? Bmtetiahl, boy. Arthur G. and Mari? C. Bndley. girl. COLORED. ?Ina XL and Pearl Thon??, gtri. I'anl and Loniae Richardson, bgr. Uarry I,, and Ethel Glaaco?. gEl John T. and Helen Digga. girl. Francia and Jennie Carter, girl (twins.) Ilraail and Iftith Butler, girl (twine.) Robert and Caroline Brown, boy. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITX. WU11? I,. Burton, a. sod Glad? V. Croata. ?. both ot Richmond. Ta ???. *\ ?. L?mar ???Dorid C. Sallar, ?, ?ad Alio? ?. ??? kina. a, both of Waahin?ton. Bar?. 1. A. ArhM*. A Oden anritt, a, ?od laetVe Cramer. ?. both of W.t*ln?-tosi. Ra?. J. T. Marshall. Albert Hilllaid. 3, ,jf DaaiTer. Cr.lt>., and rXaonee to Hovrud. x\ ot Waablna-ton. Bat?, ?. A. Miller. Botart r. Iledard. 31. and ????-?? M. Col lo, a both ?rf WsAlntrton. Ber. T. S. tat*. James C MaC*ilmert, ? of Atltoona. Pa, ?nd ElinixtU -Morgan. ?, ot ?leajjo, l_ B?r. W. T. SoTder Hivtlev B. Tarlo*?. St of Xnrfolk. V?.. ?nd Mariurle B. Stonkej ?, ?y rurftaU, Idsha Bar. J. n. Brios. Frank W. Klnnert. 3. ami Er? T. Tutrar. ?, both ot le C?~ra?, Wi?. Ber. 1. ?. it-tits-?. Rolland ?. Leatrcr. ?t erf Vandali?, lib,, ?sd Bo*. C Walte. ?. ,ot Prlnc* Oomm -3MDlr. Md. Raw. 1. s> Hotnttl^mir? JiiA M. MmectMttl, *\ _ ?????t- Ttm, Tbat Rookie from the 13th Squad. iy p. l aosw T?:A< ma FeaiN* or sea sic Wla., ??_ EtM M. Si*haler, r. of B??. W. J. ?.'?rr-oU. Tbomru R ?Dans, a ?-* s"dUk T. Hj.tr?. 9. troth ?rf Kitrhmrmd. Va- Bot. 8, H Qtmot. Clur-laa B. For*". ? ?od atU-sm A. Te tto, ?. both ?t WaSBlastos. Bar. J. H. Jefrrfa?. -?. n.i ri ?. Pr?t-rtartr?, ?. ud Letti? A. Won: ;?. both of Mo-astrUl?. V?. Bat. J. C Bau. Ko?- M. KerraU, a, tat F_?a__. Tei . ?rad rateila II ???II. a of Usus. Tata. Bat?. J. II. Tailor. Alptiooao MeBrid? ti. ?tt NorthfleW. ??-aa., ?nd .>?nr,ett* 8.?ISM, II, ?rf Atoandrta, Va. Ber. J. H. Jeffrtaa Oliphant Ha.kins. 31, of RulHnn. I1L. ?nd Itnirjr Ada??. II. ot W??>ingto_ Bot. O. sL Mb \Villi?m E. Atartr? a? ?Bd Kathleen Balitean. a. both of W??lilntto?. BOT. J. B. Jeffrie?. (I A. Ortdlar Dm. If. ?rad Ma- U Balota. a. both of Wuhinjton. Bot. a B. Bot_ Fisnk J. Knock, a, turd M?rf?rrt C. Smith, ?. both of Waahinstoo. Bot. C A Pults. Har?r B. A-Uiai, ?. ot Omll, lad., ?avd ?lie. Bon? a. at Wsa-hina-tor*. Bot. ? ?. |a**?*SBl OOUJRCD. <_~oo? Bo?Mr II, ?nd Ea?? Thorat?. 11. both ?rf w.shiastr-n. Be?. W. J. Hot*-??!. William ?J. Robtnson. ?. aad Marr Wormier, ?. both of Wuhiaa-toa. Bar. J. C. W?11I? William J. Wald. D. ?ad Mal? U rVrld? ?. both ot Washlne-ton. Bot. A. J. Tyler (.-liarle? ?. Che*. ?S. ?ad JtssnMa? Die?. 10. bnth ?rf Waahinfton. Rot. O. MM****???? intere T. Wataeai, a ?nd WMBetta JaeAaon. a. both ?f W??h-?t-i, Bot. A. ?? PURELY PERSONAL Mr and Mrs. Felix Iforley spent Ine week end camping on the Vir gin.? shore Mrs. John ??. Hemdon. of Philadel phia, will sperd the week with her mother. Mrs. Jefferson Middleton, The P.ocklngham. G. H. Emerson, of Boston. Ia visit ing Thomas Hopper of this city. Lieut. A. C. mien, of the Ordnance Department, Is in Philadelphia for a few days. Miss Mary Moore, of the Federal l-'ood Administration, la in Philadel phia on her vacation. Miss Otta M. Ross, of tbe Pension I'ureau, has returned from a vacation trip to Atlantic City. Col. Milton Fat?aer returned yes terday from a business trip to Mont Komery. Ala. Mrs. J. D. Chenoweth, of tba Farragut apartment?. Is spending her vacation at Bar Harbor, Me. Lather J. Kittredge. an attorney from Los Angeles. Cal.. Is here in connection with legal matters pend ing before th? Interior Department. Mrs. Oliver 8. Comstock, of Buen? Vista, Cal., who baa been visiting friends here during the past fort night, returned to her home laat nigtjt Miss Florence J. Harkness. of New York City, is a visitor here with local friends. Mrs. Porter J. McCumber Is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Harrison Brand at St Petersburg, Va. Miss Katleruth Strieker, of Hous ton. Texas, is visiting in Wash ington. Miss Theresa Pearcy. of Parkers berg, W. Va., is spending a few days with Mrs. E. P. Pendleton. Mrs. Arthur Glascow, of Washing ton, ia ?pending a few day? at tb? Rlts Carlton, New Tork. Mrs. A. W. Church haa opened her summer home at Port Chester, X. T. Ml?? Haiel Harris, of Macon, Ga.. la visiting Col. and Mrs. Robert Wbltfleld. ?605 Fourteenth street northwest. Mrs. Watson F. Clarke and daugh ter. Miss Charlotte Clarke, have gone to Sandklnk, Cape Cod. Mass. Miss There?? Pearcey of Parkera burg. W. Va., la visitine Col* ?nd Mrs. S. P. Pendleton. Mrs. A. W. Church baa gone to her summer home at Port Chester, N. T. Mrs. Albert Halatead and Mis? Marjorie Halated are In New Tork for a abort stay. Mlaa Marcia Murphy left yester day for New York. Orover I. Halallp. of the General Land Office, I? ?pending bla vaca tion at Lewes, Del. Harry M. Hewlett of tbe Govern ment Printing Office, has returned from a two weak? stay In Ashevllle, N. C George L. Matthew? baa received an appointment At clerk with tb? Department of Commerce. Immanuel M. Taylor, of New Rochelle, N. T., Is in the city for a few? day*. Frank R. Frtuier and Mra Fra? sler bave left for a tour of Pennsyl vania by auto. Joseph H. McGill. of the Interstate Commerce, la irr New Tork oa offi cial business. Wtlih ia "Comeback." Freddy Welsh, former ligbt-weigM champion, will try a "comeback" on July t at Hover, .*?.. t., where he Is booked to tatt.e ?ix rounds with Jack Cook, lite i-ccetfls v?!ll b? donatea ?o ? iijQA to eotert^lTB v?o nded M'd'tri. t "Good Morning, Judge" Human Interest Stories of j RUdol? Police Court Happenings. perkins About two week? ago Harry Bhafar bad a dt,t? with Mary Scott hi? girl. When he got to tb? boo?? he found that Mary bad gone ont with another fellow. Naturally ba rot very ?or?. He ?wora to pet ?v?n with Mary for hand Ins him on?. She kept out of bla way for tome time. But Harry matched and soon found an opportunity to get even irle snooped around Mary's house Sunday night. Alona; about 11 o'clock ba aaaafcad upatalra to her room. Mary wa? In bed. He grabbed her by tb? hair aad blacked Bar aya. 8b* holl*r*d for help, but ther* wa* no on? else In th* bouse. And so Harry whipped her until h* cot tired. The court tried to tell him that Mary had a perefet rinnt to fro where (he pleased and with whom she pleased. But Harry couldn't ??* It that way. Mary belonged to him, ha i ?rgued, and ?he didn't hav? any right at all even to look at an other guy. And *o the only way the court could convince him that be wa* wrong wa? to giva him a Jail ?en tence. He got thirty day?. *rthnr Wt? laaawllt?. On his way hack from th? nwie? Monday night Irwin Hunter met Bill Chester and Arthur Howdc-n. Th* trio atopped and talked a while. Arthur *ugge*ted that they all go call on a certain young woman. They went. They ?at in th? parlor and played tbe piano and sang until nearly midnight. While ?til thi? waa going on a botti? of whiskey w?a produced and every body took ?some but tbe girt. When lt came tlm? to laav?, Irwin had just enough to drink to make him get freeh with tba girt. He tried to klaa her goodnight. She puehed him away. Arthur tried to make him behave, but ba got wora? than ever. He grabbed th? girl and forcibly kissed her. Arthur end Bill tackled him, dragged him Into tbe street and thrashed him. He bad the nerve to have them both arrested. He was pretty well bunged up and wa? Itching to aee hi* assail ant* get soaked good and proper. But he got fooled. The court couldn't see thing? In tbe ?ame light that ha did. Of cour?* tb? boya wer? guilty of assault. They shouldn't have taken the law In their own hand?. Nevertheless they were somewhat Justified and the court only fined them K each, much to Irwin'? dis appointment. At It Aaal*. Laat winter Jim Bennet wa* ar rested for stealing an overcoat The coat waa taken from a cloak room during a dance and Jim waa caught and convicted and fined $10. He did not take th? leseo ? to heart Tbe court let him off with a light fin?, hoping that he would see the ?trror of his way? and reform. But he didn't. He haa been steal ing again. And this time waa from a lunchroom where he worked. He ?wiped a pair of ?hoe?, a watch and tt In money belonging to other employe? of the lunch room. Policeman Olitoli recovered moat of the property and arrested Jim. He had no explanation for hla aat. Apparently? stealing la a dlaeaae with him. Jim argued that hi? wif? and chil dren ought to b? the cause of hla getting off easy this tlm?. But Judge MeMahon couldn't ?tea It that way. Th? court looked upon lt aa a case of c?teosle thievery. The only sentence Id ?uch a ca?e I? a Jail sentence, aad that la what Jim got. The court gave Um aozty day?. Itt Dear OU Hiilna ? few day? as? ov?r la George town Henry Brown and HD? other boy? were skylarking oa tha ?treet. Henry bad a loaded pistol Is hla hand. H* had Just brought it from home he said, to throw Is Rock Creek, near by. The pistol waa dicbarged some how or other. Asd little Jim Bria co? got tba ballet la hi? log. Jim waa coming out o? bla grand mother? houae and never knew what hit blm until they told him at tho hospital? Henry ran and hid himself and the gun. Th? cop? hunted ?til ?round and got both. fc Here waa a cae? of criminal neg loaded pistol right wber* it could go off and probably kill ?on-ieone. Luckily for Jim. ha waaa't hurt very badly. He waa ?tit of the hos pital la a few asa?) tati ab!? ?a walk around. Tb? Innocent byatander rau*t be protected from ?uch carele?? boy? Ilk? Henry. If Henry bad gone and gotten rid of tb* gun. aa h? Intended doing, and had not stopped to skylark with his friends, Jia? would toa*, hag? been hurt Judge MeMahon let him have a month at Ot-coquan te think it over. Be I? ?till WtaketV Sometime ago Albert Shorter ?hot hi* brother la tbe bread basket. H? stayed la Jail a year for hla of fense. Monday afternoon ha drank a half plat of ?tuff supposed to be whisky. A collector for aa Instalment bou?? waa la tba alley at the time, trying to collect ?ome money. HI? bicycle waa leasing against a hou??. Albert, with hi* brain* all fud dled up with boote, went over to th* bicycle asd started away wtth it Tbe collector came oat of the house tn time to *e* thla He took tbe bicycle away from Albert No ?ooner waa tbe man* back turned, than Albert tried to steal j the bicycle again. Tbia time the pair got together and had a little scrap. Albert tor* the collector** clothe* almost off ? him. Policeman King and Fortney sr ' rived In tlm* and arrested Albert. Of course Albert had th? aame I old excuse. He dldnt know any thing what he had done He blam ed it on hi* being drunk. HI* record *t police headquarter? ? would never let anyone mistake ? him for an angel? Judge MeMahon dismissed the larceny charge, but fined him t:. tor being eoused and tit additional for fighting the collector. THE TOWN CRIER. Habert Harri???, at New T?r-k. editor of "New Tork Voice." will lecture tonight at 8 o'clock at the Florida Avenue Baptlat Church. Florida avenue and Seventh ?treet northwett The *lala?e State AaaariaU?? ?rill give a picnic at Miller Cabin, in Bock Creek Park, from t to t o'clock ?Saturday night Malae war worker* In Waahington hav* been especially Invited. C*taa*a?der Iwkkkrrna. l??d?T ?f th? Ruaalan Battalion of Death, will ?peak at tbe membership rally of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation at the Country Club. ?01 Wisconsin avenue at t o'clock Sat urday night Cafeteria supper will be served. The Arts Club of Washington win givo a dinner at 7:30 o'clock tomor row night at the clubhouse. J017 I street northwest The Ai-metattea af tilde?! l?haa itants will meet at 11 o clock to morrow morning on the lawn of the home of J. JSdeon Brigg*. *30 South Carolina avenue aoathcaat Watablas-te? raa?? ite. 11.4*4, Mai ern Woodmen of America, will mett in Masonic Temple. Ninth and F street? northwest at t o*clock Fri day night Waahlagtea Ethleal ?o?Je?T win give a conc?rt to army and navy officer* and their famille* at Scottiah Rite Temple. Sixteenth ?nd S ?treet? northwest at 4 o'clock Saturday af ternoon. NEW TORK HOTEL ARRIVALS. New Tork. July r-The following Waahingtonlan* art raglatered at lo cal hotel?. _ H. W. Billings. Mra. ?. 8. Brovrn. Mra. T. H. Chatter, Latham; C. H. Burn?. Mr?. D. A- Oregory, Mia? K. P. Brown. CoUlngwood; C M. Flanagan. Mra. C at Flanagan: J. K. RoWnaon Bristol; Mis* V. D. Johnson, J. B. McBrld?. Herald Square: ?. M. Janes, T. P. Janea, New Victoria; M. D. Bammls, Longacre; J. B. Watson. A. J. Price. Alberroarle; A. Daly. C. 8. Moore. FUnder?; L? R- attawart BreaUn- O. M. Ana da I?, Cumb?ei1and; L. Bel'l, Marseille?; C. B. Brown. Laurelton; Misa N. L Bastarly, Mrs. A. D. O'Connor. Martha Washington. H. D. Dickson. Grand; a G. Otlla cuddj. Felix-Portland; A, t. Mix. Na trarr?; J. C. Parker, ~~ BUREAU WOMEN. ASKING rADOO-.. LARGER WAGES Results of Conference with Director to Go to Secretary. A wage ?cale Inai ob Um appropriation made by Contra? tor the Bureau of Printing aad E graving wa? discussed at a eonfe ?or? between Director Wllraeth a-* representative? of the Wet???r < Union of th? Bureau ysaterday af ternoon. The result ?al thla earn ference ?will be submitted to the Secretary of the Treaat-ry for ap proval. Until thl? la p???d upen tbe actual rai?? ta salary each em ploy? will receive will not b? known Director Wlltneth advised latv: the more that the Wo?en's U-ltM had been con?lderlng of talcing ap the matter of a further tacraaa? ?sf pay for the worn?? employ?? mt th? Bureau with tbe War Labor Board. At thla time, he ?aid, th? board would he abl? to do Bothlag more than to reommand tbat Congre?. take up the matter again, aad pasa a larger appropriation bill. -Thl? mean* that there win b? Am other fight tn Congr?? aext fall." ?aid Mr. H. H. McLarln. president of the National Federation of Fard ara! Employe?, which la euaportlne* the Women a Union la their fight fer Increaaad wage?. HYATTSVILLE WILL CELEBRATE RIGHT Good List of Speaker? Chosen for Exercise* oa the Fourth. Hy?ttarlile. Md. July I ?Araatage mente for the partlclpatloa of pa triotic cltlxen? of Print*? Tieer?-*? County in a mammoth Fourth of July celebration hav? been ?oo~i pleted. It was announced tonight by a committee from the eha?ber of . commerce and agriculture. Edwin F. Sweet, eaststaat ?ecn?? tary of commerce: Clarence ?Ousley, assistant secretary of acrK-olture. and John W. Abercromble. oon?4 ?r. of the department ef labor, ?BiTI be the speaker-*-. Esercisca will be held at th? Maryland State Agricultural Colle?? at I o'clock on the fouitli. Oar-1 enee J. Owen?, president of the chamber of eommajree and agricul ture, will preside. The committee on arraai. e menta U composed of tbe following Dr. Clarence J. Owen?. Rivet?, dale: Dr. A. F. Weroda. Coll??-? Parkc Hon. Charla*? W. Oagett. Hyattra vllle; C. F. Olaaa, Hyattavlll?: Francis N. Stacy. Hyattaville ; Frank: W. Hill. Marlborough: T. H Duck ett. Bladenat<urg; Dr. K. W. Olb bona. Cro?me; R. I? Manning. Aa? eokeck; John M. Bowl Mitchell Tille: J. F. Sen-burg. Forestvtl!??*: Dr. N. W. Boden, Aquisco ?. W. Hardy. Clinton; ?Ogle Marburj. Laurel: O. H. Clagett. Marlboroagh: John ?. Holden. Hyattirvllle: J. ?\ Bogere, Hyattaville: William P. M?* gruder. Hvattsrllle- H W. Wheat ly. Hyattsvllle; a. N. La-hardt. Brookland: Perry Boswell. Mt Ra*." nier: ?. ?. Pataser. Beat Pie-,.?-,?? Frank Bushbj*. Rlwdal?. w. B. Pyle?. Anacostia: R. Bt J. Brinane Brsndywln?; J. 8. Mattine!*-. Oif? Hill; M. L Ilo!mead. Kent: Jr._r? Snowden, laaurel. D.C FUEL CONTROLLER TO KEEP CAPITA WJ_RM F. C Jones Will Care fot Citizen? Who Buy Sparingly. The new District division at the Federal Fuel Administration ?in I? ** Frank C Jones, re-aantly appoint?*?.. realise? the necessity of ksi ___ wtu-m next winter. ?The entire admlnletratl??? mt along th? Une realises that Wirb lngton must be well eared for." ?M ? Mr. Jones, in hi*? office in the F?*d leral Administration. Twentieth and New York ?venue northwe?. ya*?*??? day. "I would urge the ?-itisene <>f *?'a9hir4rton to order their coal at once. If possible,?' said Mr. J?<ue "Then we can estimate .hai te needed and care for those who ??an noi buy now. aad n-.uat order Ister and for tho?? who must put-aba? ? little st a time - "We are giving about t???-tl. of each order now. Later we will a-? around again and Sat the? vmtAr pletely.?" Mr. Jones said tbat R was ? -? early and plana were too rulul??*.? for him to be spedile as to ?he program of the Fuel Administration for tbe restrict this winter. FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR EDWARD J. RYAN Funeral ?ervir?? for Edward J. ' Ryan, foreman of the proving room ; of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing for many rears, who died at his home, ?SS? Fourteenth ?treat northeast. Monday, following a Ions illneaa. will be held at thla add re? tomorrow. Interment will take place in Mount Olivet cernete???. Mr. Ryan wa? tt year? old. ?V? a young man he wa? one of the most ?famous oarsmen of the city, rowing with the Potomac Boat Club crew which won the ? hampionslilp of > America from a crew from Newark. N. J. in ltt!. He also waa foi-raer connrcted with the old Columbia Athletic Club and the Waahlagtoa j Rowing Club. Mr. Ryan I? survived by HI? wide" and a daughter, Mia? Eleanor Ryan. ? and a brother and tv*?B fiftter? living ? in New Tork city. UNIDENTUFIED MAN DIES. I An unidentified colored man. oe : tween ? and ?B yean old, i feet, ? . inches In height and weighing aboat 1159 pounds, with small moustache and wearing a light ault of clothes and a straw hat. bece?v? suddenly in about t o'clock laat night on a car at New Jer?y avenue and Q ?treet northwest, aad was removed ? the ?Idewalk. Upon examination by Dr. F. M. Murray, IM New Jar?y avenu? northwest, he waa pronounced dead. and bla body removed to the t?r?tru?. Tbe coroner was notln?M asd aa Inquest wm he held today._ URON