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i.Telephone Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
HERALD WANTS
Keeping boarders is just as legit?mate a
business at running a hotel?to advertise
and make it PAY.
Publish??] every dar In the year
*T Th? Washington Herald Com?
gatsy M 4J5-4I9 Eleventh street,
Washington. D. C.
Telephon? Exchange ? Call Main
"00. (For classified advsrtisemsoU
aa* for Branch IV,
? Member Audit Bureau of Circula
tion.
CLASSIFIED RATES
? ?*-?...
ONE
CENT
A
WORD
>W tote MIsetDsaoass_ < Minus, ? m
lam aat temei_J Cborof. Me.)
^*em tanas or hss. ?as tun?. Me. Som? ad.
1*40, Haifa. Me. Ooer four linea.
******* sav ward ?och lagnila? or thr?* oc
far tha ptHta of tar?.
Al Other -laoalSrattoao?
Per Um?
? ttae_-,_.? test.
* ? *??? iwaaniilllllj.Q cents
A mam ?aawnilnlj.10 cents
/J*aaa, oaaaaaaUoel?.? WU
????tasa? taaaaa eonaocntlotlo.Tenta
\ Minimum tao Unta.
rOREIQH BEFREIEHTATnnS
THE 8. a BtCXWlTH SPECIAL AGENCY.
??? la* OS......_Tribuna ? is.
calcato orna.Tribun? Bill?.
Dosroit oftw.ea rood Bids.
?t. Latua Ofllss._.TVlid NaOonaJ Bon? Bias.
mmm.^^??^^^ ?^??^?^?,
HELP WANTED?MALL
BOT WASTED TO WOHK FROM 4 ?. M.
?* ? ?? at?, with aa? boor ftar laaaafaat. Ap
PO OIROt'LATIOX DEPARTMBKT. Herald
?Was. _Juil tf
Woitf H> - EXPERIENCED OlOOIKI
_**?** aad meat cutter: hiihaaa aaloxy paid.
lttoaik, 1741 Columbia Tead. JaJl X
Wanted - KHnMSB CBAcn-?Fit
fw daiiTsro truck ; r?od ?aaaa, ltxrair, 1741
1 C?l*a?bla mad._ laJl-St
?-???e? *v*>?Ti":t>-i>se WHO CAN BIN
?l-o?tca?. Apply MILTON R NET. ?th *
P?. go?, a?._jAiJia
*ANrtl>-A PLUMBER. IS? KINTH-???!
w._juiiat
55*4 CBS9 ODOR AND TWO OBDiat
croka. color?.*. Qoei ?aaaa Appir at once.
COSMOS LUNCH. IM Panna, aoe. nw.
_*n"**Ot
Wanted - wuitx vtauon driver??.
1 Pana OU ?Os., Roadlo. Va. )n?Tt
WASTED-SEVERAL MEN KOB GAS-JUNK
. Win? ?latinas. Pasa OU (Jb, Raaalra. Va.
I _ JiJSTt
QIIVeIs A?b H BETERS wanted"" for
los creata dehoery oraa*on, aad automobile, :
?mied Ban prr'err-d. THE CARRY 1CB
CREAM CO., 1ST ? at. af._)?i**i-tf
UBORERS FOR WAREHOUSE
wofk; $3.63 p?r day. Apply to
Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL?
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
?ts. ne. tf
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
$3.63 Per Day.
Apply to the Timekeeper,
AMERICAN RAILWAY
EXPRESS C0?
2nd and Eye sts. ne.
BOY WAI-iTED-ONE WITH
ordinary school education to
learn printing trade. Excellent
-pportunity for wide-awake
boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m.
to FOREMAN. Herald office.
"*"A.rTII>-BOT TO SERVE BERALl)
nii Aspi-? Mr. COURTNEY. I G at. l
tf
WASTED-BBAKEMEN FOB POTOMAC
yard. *"*" eanta per hour; alao car repairmen,
?ailllnlala helper,, carpenter?. Irelgbt braae
aaaa. fUasaen aad other oorapatlone at oanoua
potata. Penn??, 1,?ni. Railroad. Aprir eO Hew
leettp are. m. ?;:*-V
ATTENTION 1
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
BOT WANTED TO SERVE HERALD
rout?. Apply ta ?h a*._T?Tl*-if
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALL
| F**">IT*0"N WANTED-nitST CLAMS K.1K
har; tan Tears exp?rience: ase 39; cv rd;
ha? ef nfeaseeia; aober and in heat of bealtn;
d?S.? position lo Diatrict. Adrlreoa t'.Rw K.s
II WASHINGTON. K?t Line?la st., santa Fe.
Ni? Met tao. '?.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE
^A.\TKl>-?IX CHARrWoMICN. ??G??
OA?ET? THEATER brtwera 1 and S p. m.
jii5I-Jt
COLOR-CD OIRL TO DO A HALF DAY?
work mch r\aj. P-mnaarnt and flood wag?.
TiS Sit. Ple-asaat at . Apt. 22. jn3fl*3C
YOUNG LADY TO ASSIST~WH?
is quick and accustomed to fig
ures. Apply 2119 14th st. nw.
_ jy30-7t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
5SE LARGE 8Et""OND-KLi>OR ROOM AD
jcaaia* bath; ?trinity Deprant ?"irci*; onca
?rrublr fumnJml? Phon? North ?11. jjjMI
mS mmrnggg BBS 80COND FLOOR"
'-?i? roen ; well fumiahed ; boar bath, and
?ithta a bLootK of Dupnat Circi?. Pilona
North ?1._iua-tf
WANTED?ROOMS.
riRiiiHF.n.
b_ _- _
Kud parlor, Boat tn ?ama ble. BOX 395,
Tl?fmid otTle?. jii29-X
S?S??SSMS BOARD.
LPER MONTH : ROOM AND BOARD;
tlemen onlr 1123 11th at. nor. Jut**?.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
toe a catroed purchaoer
Flaa hon* noor Snd and L ata nor.; eitbt
laaaaoaS and tao baths; MMS on caej terms
JAMB? ?<?>??1* WOODWARD. 1~3 ?h
L em._hiJJI.iail.aul,?!
PROMPT POSSE^ION GIVEN
A tSttStO home atar loth st asd CotmnbU
load ?nth taa reame, tao buba, ?^?ctr.citj.
slavrolaa pare* ani anni lot with room for as
ar. ?*?? JAMES MORRIS WOODWa?D.
~ Wh m. em. lur.-S.m?l.aul.I
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
A VER* ATTRACTIVE NEW FIVE-ROOM
?nd bath, twntsuTj and cellar houee; nil
modern fcMPW?IBS cement cellar under
who*? _tv__; waah traja; cas log? and ranca;
e,?t*ctric light? ; larg? room? front and back ;
porche?; lot eontaina ?.000 --.uare teel; cheap:
bj owner. Phone North ?6? batucan ? JO ?od
4 ?,?.. I_lneoln ?40-W after 5 p.m. jt_?3t.
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOMES.
J. 8. TOMUN?_N. ?4 SO. BLDG. U. T44I
Six nt? bouera and bungalow? ready for la
apection. SLAM to C.SC0. Ea? tftmi.
Careful Investments
Of money m Fi.-at Dfcda ot Tmat (Vint Mort
gagee) 00 Washington, D. C, Real E*.ate ?!
?aya ???? tb? fall Intere* premi??, and tbe
retum of all the pctndile due. leg-rdkaa o?
th? varying tooomee and valuta of otber arcun
tiee. Wa Ahmie baas aucee-rfnllj engaged la
making tht-M ic reatine p ta 1er our el. er ta tor
mera than a Quart?fT cf a century. Inrcat
meflta, |350, ffiOO to $10.000, at ? per cent now
ready for delirery. Large inveiti-ente made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. ?507 15th St.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WINDOW SCREES?! AND SHaVD?x
WINDOW SHADES MADE TO ORDII. |
Beat Or?Tie on H. II. Roller?
S. a. PBEINKFRT. WS H th aat.
_Ply? U tl?_trig
| REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
??> build to order any elze
r-sfri pere tor or coolln_ room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
_BUSINESS CHANCES.
CAKE CONCESSION, LIBRARY OF CON
pm Application* from t-<ponaiMe, experl
?iiced pen*?.? will be n-ceive**! and ennaidered
? t one?, for tha tMa_ir<-_F?on of operating tho
Cafe at tb? Library of Congres?. K?*ir full in
f^nnation app'y tn pere?*?? to the ,nier*igned. K.
L. AVK._tir.i_, Sup-rintendent, Library Building
and t ?roitoo??.
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
WOOD CHEAP. DELIVERED OR BBINU
yoor truck? re wag-ma to 17th and ? nw. Aek ?
for \VI.;naI_L (the wood man). Phone. .North <
M*._ i_?4t !
%??BakmonCp???tTht F ? ? .? U-a-JkT
bogan e eaae ; good tone ; fair condition ; our
price, 1179; terme I? monthly. THE HECHT
CO.. Piano Annex, t'.? F ?. ??. Open until
? P. ?. JuM-tf
V& DUNHAM AND CO. CPU-HT ?????
mabogany caae; fine tone; f.na condition;
real bargain; our price, $306; terms 17 monthly.
THE HECHT OO., Piano Annex. ? ? eg,
nw. Open until ? p. m. )u_t-tf
$?00 WAUNER UPRIGHT ?IANO-MAHOG
iiny e??*!? gratti tone; Una condition; our pr;??e.
$1?; terme H.30 weekly. THE HECHT CO..
P.ano Annex. 613 P ?t. ??. Open until 8 p. to.
_ __^____________,_JuM-tf
$3? WESER PIANO-GOLDEN OAK CASE;
gond condition; floe tone; good aa now; ?our
price, *Z!0; terme; |7 monthly. THS HECHT
CO., Tth at-, nera F at. nw. (Fourth ?nor.)
_juM-tf
S3? ?. ? CAMERON UPRIGHT PIA?O^
mahogany caae; tine tone; good condition; onr
price. $213; terme p monthly. THE HECHT
CO.. Tth it.. near F at, nw. (Fourth floor.)
_j-O-t-f
NEWSPAPER ROUTE FOB SALE; GOOD
?ectioo of northweet; ta good condition rea
aouablo tenne. Apply CIRCULATION ???
? ti ER. Herald office. _____jj
WOOD FOR FIREPLACE, BOILER. FUB
raoe and ?tore. %1? per coed, K-W per % coed;
alao aplit kindling wood in any Quantity. Call
Lincoln 3831 for prompt delivery. mcM-tf
EXTERMINATOR,
RED CROSS WAR FUND WILL BENEFIT
by the Mia of all bog exterminator and floor
oil aold by me during the war. Uaed by th?
U. 8. government and over 10.000 tamilica for
the Uit S ycara. Oil, TS gallon; 25c quart.
PrtTTit war on huit? by t-wng Hunter'? Bug
Extermina ter. Quart bottle SO cents; known
everywhere; will not ?tain bed clotbea or wall
paper; guaranteed to do the work or money re
turned. H'.nter'a Floor Oil will oil your floor;
Jcaree a polish fi ? iah. 75c gallon. Phone
Franklin 11(8. Office, 119 Pa. are. nw. Drop
poataL CJoee T p. m. By C. T. H. jii!4-tf
???^r1***********??**?**?***********^
MONET TO LOAN.
UOHUt ?? LOAN ON ?PPBOVID OTT
Itati ??tala at lostest eumtlt rat??; aoeaaj
pnrtietm mtth naoeet to prtot paymaaita.
TTLEIt * BL?HKIIFORD, Ibc.. tli 1Mb at tt
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Police Department..Main 4000
Fir? Department.Maia 6000
Da-part??t ?f J?tica. . .Maia IM
U. S. ?Secret Serrice (nifht).Columbia 3396
S ?Secret Service (day).Maia 6400
S. Mars?al.Maia 2854
!
Boost Your Income
Take a boarder?rent a furnished room?sell used articles
which you no longer need?get a position carrying more pay?
find a tenant for that vacant property?through these or other
means. FIND A WAY TO ADD TO YOUR INCOME! For you
need money with which to buy more war securities?your coun
try'* interests demand that you make the most of your possible
resource? in order that you may accord the fullest measure of
support to the nation in these days of imperative citizen-duty I
Classified advertising will help you to BOOST YOUR INCOME I
Your Credit Is Good.
If you have a telephone in your name, just phone your Want
Ad and we will send bill.
MAIN 3300
The Want Ad Dept.
HELP WANTED?MALL HELP WANTED?MALL
WANTED
ABLEBODIED MEN FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FIRE
DEPARTMENT. BETWEEN THE AGES OF 21 AND 37 YEARS.
ADVANTAGES OF EMPLOYMENT.
Essential Work.
Permanent Employment. Two-Shift System.
Free Medical Attention. Full Pay When Sick.
Free Street Car Rides in Uniform. 20 Days' Furlough Each Year.
PENSION SYSTEM.
Fireman when disabled receives pension of one-half salary.
Fireman killed or dies in service, his widow, child or children
receive pension.
For further information apply Room 3, Municipal Building.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
_LOST.
L?ST-?????. ????'??. ONE LARO ? A?M
etbTst. Iviwf-rn Treasury? and 14th * W at*
Reward. 2IOt 14th at. nw._JuSl-lt
U>ST-BET\VKEN 17TH STRF,ET A~KD
?MuMrbuaette afe-niie ami ShorHum Hotel,
ilnmi-ni earring, f'leaae return to SHORE
HAM HOTEL and receire remar?. ju3?Sf
ay?-?^?^^?^^^**??^
DINING ROOMS.
?SHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
12th and ? ?. W. ???T
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Prices.
. j
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL? CALL IN MT UNLSTTERID ?G??
BOtale. dtf or oubnrbon, and fat* yon hi?ncoa
orice, far lodi??', artitUanrn'?. cnlidren'a dia
cardad dotami, ot all daaorlptloaa. Addrcaa
poatal or phona. 1 ?111 tali t KICK IMI TU
at. nw. ? It? _ _
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
?"re, Mooing for atorara
?. SAX ?. Uli S.M1TH s
TKANSFER * STOR
CO.. ?12 8. Sight Tb.
Franklin 3911.
SAFETY FIRST.
absolutely fibepro?f irtouAii?.
???t??. M and a?. Mc?oini aad Packhxg.
UNITED STATES KTORAOE CO. US-? Mtb
it. nw. Phonea M. <~ and Franklin MM. tt
MOVING "
Wa fornlab lare? padded Tana aad ?artful mm
to handle your good?.
FACKEBS of fureitorr, ptaooa, ?Una, brio-?v
brae, etc Experienced p?t? only.
SHIPPING to all part? of tbt world.
STORAGE foc fu-raiUre, ?.????. aod boa?
bold fiooda.
KRIEGE EXPRESS
PERSONALS.
WDRKING-MEN-NOW. IF ? ? VER BE
fore, ia tb? time to mak? this hi mi nee th?
lifciieat ?rtr, and that'a what'? doing. With
yo-ar help and a little ja* wnrk our trad?
?hould quickly double and with-it. trouble, as
we mli pant? af hnneat ralue at il.Ut ?*? S-V
Try thia K?re. Jl'STH'S OLD 6TAXD 619 D
at. nw. jiiJl-lfc
~DR. REED"
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS rST?SSA
Nerrou? aad Special DiaamM? ot iiao aod Woaan.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
Prom Catarrh. Obeaity, Bbeunaticm, Conanr?
tlon. Pile?, Throat, Lunga, Brain, Heart, Blood
and Skis DUeaaca, Nerroa? Debility, Ku'.oej
Diaeasea, Bladder Trcr-ibl?, Specific Blood 1'oi
?Ddinc, Cmptiona, Dicen, and AU Private Di?
?an Ctmd for Lila by 6*1? Method?.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Offlr* Honra. 10 to 1. 3 to l? Bnndaf. ? to H
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF THB COMMISSIONERS. D. C.
WuhioaTton, D. C Julr ?. MS. Sealed pro
posal? arili be tecnici , thi? office. Boom 611,
DiKrict Building, until t o'clock p. m., Atuuat
15. tor fiirouhipj and dfllrerlng 3.00O Tard, of
prlaoB eloth. dark blue?. Forma of propoaai
may be bad upon application to Pnrchaainr Ot
ter, D. I.?., Room SB, Diatrict Bnildln?.
1,01118 BROWNLOW. JOHN O. D. KNIGHT,
W. C.WtrNN GARDINER, Oommluionera.
_Iu3l-3t
DEPARTMENT OF THB INTERIOR. WASH
inrton. July 3. IMS.-S.alod p-opoaal? 1b
duplicata ?111 ba raocloed at th? department
tmtil I o'clock p. m.. Wednesday, Auguat 1?.
IMS. aad then copr-nori, for ftirniahjn, and lay
ing eewer pipe, inclndinr manhole?, completa, at
St. Eliaaheth'a Bnpital. Washington, D. P.. la
accordane? ??th pian, and ?prriflcationa coplea
of ?hieb mar ba obtained from tha chief clerk
Of tha department. Prop?sala muat b. marked,
"Propotale for f?irni?hmr and lavina ?oarer
pio, at St Elizabeth'? Hoopital." and ba a<l
drooard to tba Secretar, of th. Interior. 8, O
HOPKINS. A ?daunt Been-taro?, iii"n.ang.l.*t.>
WRECKERS AND BUILDERS.
WE WRECK ALL KINDS OF B?ILDINOS.
A. R. THOMPSON, IW ? ? ae. Wretker
and Ruildec jalptt
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokeni.
Gude Bro?. Co. 1214 F Street.
PramSt ?ot? ""?lloaro aeo*taa.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
W. W. Chamber?. E. p. Chamba?.
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Chap?n St. N. W.
Uodm Chap,]. Dar or Night- Phon, Col. <B
We Ua? Automobil? Ser?ic? Iicliaaitelj.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS~
Telephon? ,_Sk ?? 6512-5511
?lain 5512-5513 .jfiSg^ Lady
1730-32 Fa. __?___?_ A?si?tant
Avenue. f_E ?S_^_. Chapel
AUTOMOBILES
WASHINGTON AUTO EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, TRUCKS,
TRAILERS, STORAGE, TAXIS, AUTO GLASS.
GARAGES, BATTERIES, ETC
AUTOS WANTED.
I ?ELL AUTOMOBIL?? BX A?OTIOI?
?satt B.toniaj. 11 noon. A ?rat? tat aattis?
facu? ntethod. Inn?? for ip*d?1 mlaa ?t
"WESCHLs?S." m l'a. ?'?. Bar.
WANT?) LICHT Rt'NABOUT OB T?OB
In? car: must h. ls ?o? condition; caa W
aubatastlal monthlr pa?amtt; ?tata ?tata ?sa
prie? and ?bar? can b? mra. Aiinm A UM
Herald offtce._l?*Mf
GARAGE BUILDERS.
SOLID OONCRBTB FOB PBBMAJI.WC?:
oee-t-ar ail?, ft?; tsro-cai Urne, U?. A Ott
lait? nrlos tot a dafinitc artiria. WILLIAM
?EBBT, ni Uth tt n?. M?? ?Si. juM-H
?jet a ??a that will ooTuun
?n? tarat? ta the ttattrt ta tjjss??Sa lit
bUIt/, aad ts?. V. T. H. BITM. Il? O aa.
a?. FboM M. S?.
AUTO TRUCKS.
GUARANTY TBUCICS; IMMEDIATI 1
li'-ri ; coaserta any car; Tncr?sm rear axa?;
hand aia? boti??. u.AKAMTY TBUCK ?XI.,
3M IV ara. nw. Linenin 8871. Wl-lt
USED CARS.
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO..
ao N. Broad St,
Philadelphia. Pa.
MM eat? to aelact tn?-1118. HM, IMS mod?*.
to aU male?, tht up. Catalofu? trat as re
quest. I
DIED.
AU?-After a lingering III nee?, on
Sunday, July 28. 1918. st 7:3? p. ra.,
HENRI Ia.. eldest snd beloved ?on
of Fred la. and Mari? T. Au?.
Funer?! from hi? 1st? residence.
2643 North Cspltol ?treet, today
?t 3 p. m. Interment at Pro?pect
Hill Cemetery.
BAKER?At her residence, 706 Florida
?venue northeaat, Monday, July ?,
1918, KATIE F., beloved wife of
John P. Baker.
Funeral from Holy Name Church.
Eleventh and ? streets northeaat.
today at 9 a. m. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
IBARKKS-On Sunday. July ?, ML at
lit? realdence. Fort Myer Heights,
V?., WILLIAM BARRES, In the
59th year of hi? life.
Funeral from O. W. Wise'? under
taking parlor. ?900 M atreet north
weat. today at 10 a. m. Relative?
Invited.
BERRY-On Monday. July ?, 1918, at
4 P. m.. APA MORTON, beloved
wife of IaleuL Ueoige A. Berry, U.
8. N. R. F.
Funeral from Spear?'? chapel. 1308 H
?treet northweat. today at 2 p. in.
Interment at Arlington.
BROWN-Entered Into reat Sunday.
Julv 28. 191?. at Freedmen'e Hoa
pltal. Mrs. MARY BROWN, of 72?
Twenty-flrat ?treet northweet. She
leaves two eleter?. Mrs. Ida John
eon and Mra Lena Anderson, and
a nephew.
Funeral today at I p. m. from th?
People'? Funeral Service Corpora
tion, Rer. Ge?rgie Harris officiat
ine:. Interment at Mount Zion
Cemetery.
BI'RKE?At Soldier?' Home Hospital,
Mondav. Julv 29. 1918. at .1 30 a. m .
JOHN* J. BURKE, beloved husband
of Alice M. Burke.
Funeral from George Wise*? under
taking parlor Twenty-ninth and M
?treet? northwest, tomorrow at
9:? a. m.
CASSON-On Tucaday. July *?, 1918.
at 3:15 a. m.. EDWARD CASSON,
father of Joseph E. Casson.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
EARNSHAW-On Monday. July ?.
191S. at 1:50 p. m.. JOHN T.. be
loved husbanrl of Edna B. Earn
Rhaw, aged 71 year?.
Notice of funeral hereafter. (Balti
more paper? please copy.)
FLEISHMAN?On Sunday, July ?.
1918, at 10 p. m . at his resi
dence. 1121 Girard ?treet northwest.
ISRAEL? 8. FLEISHMAN, ?gei 73
years.
Fauneral from hi? late residence. 1421
Girard street northweat, today at
11 a. m.
GRIFFITH-On Tuesday. July 30, 1918,
nt 6 a. m.. at her reeldence, 1704
Fourth ?treet northwest, after
brief Illness, which she bore with
Christian fortitude, MAGGIE M..
beloved wife of George <J. Griffi? h
and devoted mother of Percy A.
and Allan A. C. Griffith, loving
daughter of John Brown, sister of
Robert E.. John C. Edna Harden
and James Russell Brown and sls
ter-ln-law of Emma C. Coburn.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HARRIS?On Monday. July ?, 1918. at
8:2a a. m . at her residence, 1434
ACCESSORIES.
THINK OF IT. UM spot Uthta. M; 13.75 mir
ror?. ?.?; Ooodrich Tire?, oilier ihm?. JtMt aa
Intaraattna. togrtrut with ? purpoaa to ba ?a
decent aa tra ara carabi? Is t?_mag roti
helpful aertire.
Central Auto Supply Co.. Inc.
" Bier) thing fot tha All?"
IN Pa. an. n?. I'h ne Main ?G?
AUTO GLASS.
Windshields replaced, lttt???, atdan glue,
U. Taranto. 131 ?. I. -re. nw. Fr. ?S?.
AUTO REPAIRS.
Il fisa ara ?? jou ooneult a doctor. If you
bar? a low caa? yost aaa a lasrrer. Why ?sot a?
axpariaoead auto ?arhmlii trhas your car a?
givUtg troublai
The D. _ P. Auto Repair Shop.
Expert Mar?alee. Quick ?arrie?.
UtI D ?L at Hth. _Phone r. ?1?.
ANY SEBT1CB. ANT TT1IB. aMT PLACfc
Antos ci ?ar staka aad aaa nrpairad or aabtnlt
rtrta liad whll. io? ?alL Statata, BOB
BOT ?IACEIT. H? M et. ta. t?tola tas
_??_
_TIRES._
DIAMOND TIBES AND TTBES.
AU Bisa? at Oat Priera.
OHA8. B. MILLES. INO.
til ltth at., four denn north of H it.
1,888 mila guarani?? ts foUosrln? Ute oaly
?s?H . SUM
NATIONAL ACTO SUPPLY ?X>..
SB? ?Ut St, ?s?.
DIED.
Swann street northwest, BELLE,
beloved wife of the Iste Edward
T. Harri? and mother of Mr?. Lu
retta Armstrong. Belle Turner,
Minnie Calhoun, Marion Turner,
Beulah Johnson. Edward T. J.
Garfleld and Walter E. Harri?.
Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. m., from
Nineteenth ?treet Baptlat Church,
Nineteenth and I ?treet? north
west. Friend? Invited. (Richmond
and Baltimore paper? please ropy.)
I.AWRENCE-Suddenly. on Monday.
Julv 29. 1918. at 7 a. ra., at Slbley
Hoapltal, PAULINE MARIE, wife
of Jbhn C. Lawrence and daugh
ter of the late Harry 8. Eveiett,
In the twentieth year of her age.
Funeral from the home of her
mother, Mra Merrltt I?. Hawkins,
234 Eleventh ?treet northeast, to
dav at 8:.?0 a. m. ; thence to St.
Joseph'? Church. Second and ?'
?treet? northeaat. where requiem
mass will be ?aid for the repone
of her ?oui. Relatives and friends
Invltd. Interment st Mount Olivet
LEE?Departed thia life Sunday. Julv
28, 191i. at 3 o'clock p. m., at 430 ?
atreet northwest, WILLIE MAI.
daughter of Clreco A. and step
daughter of Mary Alice Lee, aged
IS years. 10 months and 2*1. day*.
She leaves to mourn her loss
father, stepmother, grandmother.
Mrs. Nora Lee; two brother?.
James A. and Robert E.. and a ?is
ter. Helen Beatrice, together with
a host of relatives In the Statea of
Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Funeral today at 1 o'clock p. m.
from Third Baptist Church, cor
ner Fifth and Q streets northw.-?t.
Re?. George o Bulock. pastor.
Relative? and friends Invited. In
terment at Harmony Cemetery.
MAORIVDER-At Springfield. Mas*..
MART BLANCHE MAGRCDER.
daughter of the late Thomas C.
and Elisabeth O. Megruder.
Funeral today from St. Aloysius
Church at 9:30 a. m.
MARKS?On Monday. Julv 29.'191?. at
11:1? p. m? at hi? reeldence. 422
Ninth ?treet southwest. CHARLES
B.. 19 years old. beloved son of
Polly Marks. He la survived by
hi? mother, two sisters, Mrs. Belle
Cumberland and Mrs. O. C. Nay
lor. and two brothers, Leonard E.
and John S. Marks.
MITCHELL?On Tuesday. July SO. 191?.
at 2:3? a. m., ANNIE R.. widow of
John N. Mitchell, at her residence.
17?sS I' street northwest.
Funerei, private, tomorrow at 1 p. m.
???????On Monday. July 2?. 191?.
at her residence. ?29 Ninth street
northeast. BERTHA MAT NOO
NAN. beloved daughter of the late
Catherine and Thomaa Noonan.
Funeral today at 9:15 a. m.. thence
to St. Joseph's Chuch, Second ard
C streets northeast, where mas?
will be said for the repose of her
soul. Interment at Mount Olivet
Cemetery.
RAHBITT?On 8unday. July SL 191?.
THOMAS MAURICE RABBITT.
beloved husband of Caroline
Stokes Rabbltt and son of the late
William H. and Lucy J. Rabbitt
Funeral private.
ROBINSON?On Monday, July ?, 1918.
MAROARET ?., beloved wlf? eat
George 8t. Roblnaon.
Funeral from her 1st? |wMBa\ 41
D ?troet oaoutheiat, today at * SO
a. m , thence to 8t. Peter*?
Church, where maoa -will b? aald
it I L in. for tb? repoa? of her
?oui. Inlerment privata.
SCHULTE-On Mondar. July 2?. 1(11,
at S:1S a. m.. tn Emergency Ho??
Sitai. CHARLES H. BCHl"I,TE,
usband of Jenett Schulte, In hi?
50th year.
Funeral from hi? late rMidenc?, IU
Rhode Island avenue northeaat,
today at 2 p. m Interment at
Qaithersburg. ltd.
WAI.DREN-Entered Into reat Mon
day. July ?. Kit. at Freedmen?
Hospital after A snort Ulne??, Mr?.
ANNEE. WALDREN (nee Cum
mlng?), of "Lincoln, Md., devoted
wlf? of Chart?? E. Waldren. She
leave? a ?Ister, Mr?. Florence
Robert?. and brother, Robert
Cummins?. Remain? can be re
viewed at the re?ldence of Dr. and
Mra. J. 8. Fennell, ISO? Druid Hill
avenue, Baltimore, Md.. July 31.
Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. m. from
the residence of Dr. and Mra Fen
nell. tBaltimor? papen plea??
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Walt? T. Coodorlr, M. Vino??aa lad., and
Pearl L. Croton. M St. Thorn??. Canada. Ra?.
E. If lovfiar
Harman P. Het*. ?, and Sign. If. Dahl
quit*, 0. bath ?of St Paul. Mina. Ber. J.
H. lettrir..
Ala? l.tboart. |r.. W. and M?grlflln? Fri
Nng-r. ?, both of ntuburgb. Pa. Re. T.
I. Dart?.
Carroll D. Steel?. 31. of DtUiiUi. Miim., ud
Martorio M. Harrifon. M. Waahmgt-m. Ra?.
Chaa Wood.
Albert J. Cerrar, M, ani Inor?la "te?y, ?.
both of McKe. a Reck?. Pa. Bey J. ? Jef
?a?a ? Mat???. O and Kathror Oatn?, If.
Dannile, ?a. IV?. Chaa Wood.
Roheit N. Oraham. .?*, Boa? Brook. IV.
and Bra Ororp. O. Derhngton Height.. V?.
Re.. 1. J. Muir.
Ohrlaty B. Ongahy. A. Win. ?, , aad -ten
V. Ream?, ti, at Fona?ood. V?. ??,. S A.
Bo?er.
And?, W. Rotarla, m. ea? Rath T. BcMf
m.n it, both of W.ehingt?. Bey. 3. ?t. Mo
Caully.
Andiaoy J. Taber. ST. Jaaper Ind.. ud (Torti
J Orayoon. M, Brant-rt***, Ind. Be.. H. D.
Mitchell.
OOLOKKD.
Chriatopber 0. J'.hnaon. *C and Moud? ?*"*
Derm. S3, both of W.ahingt? Reo. A. ffayV?.
Jtaarpo H. Ter?. 41. aad Anna St?art. ***?.
both of Waohitigton. law. Paul ?Inftith.
Pearana freemen. ?. and Marcarot Sat*?.
fi. both of Bait imo?, Md. R?. M. U Breed
ing.
William Jona?, ?. and Ethel Curtaa, ?. both
rf Waahingota. Raw. ?. M. Brown.
Thomae Brmi.-han. ?7. and EHrabeth ?rei. ?,
b?-?h of Waahingt?. Aee. W. J. Tynan.
Wan? R. Waddy. *?, ud Hort?a. Moor?,
?. both of Waahington. Raw. B. Wallace
Eugene 1. Iv,,, -J. and Franorn Talhert.
?. boht of W?Ahinrl ti. Reo. J. W. Mahon?.
U. S. STEEL DIVIDEND
ST.ANDS DESPITE TAX
Three Per Cent Added to R?gulai
Quarterly 1 1-2?Wage? Raised.
New Tork. July m -An extra divi
dend of 3 per cent In addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 11-4 pet
cent, wag declared today hy the United
State? Steel Corporation'a director?.
The regular 13-1 quarterly dividend
on the preferred (tock was alao de
clared.
A comparative declaration of the
company'? earnings wa? mad? as fol
lows:
April e?rnin?ni war? tan.WI.M. a de
crease of *rr,Se*".l"? from caminas ol
April. 1917?, May. $21.491.204. a de
cree?? of ?.'"'"*"'.347 from earnings ol
M?y. 1917; June, $3MK*!X. a decrease
from earninss of June, 1917. of $10.
*?;.r.7.
Karning? for the quarter ending June
30. with taxes of $?.71?!.35ft deducted,
were $82.007,391 a? compared with $St*,
961.424 for this year'? first quarter.
The net earning? for the quarter end
ing June ae, 1917, were $M.5""9.aM.
Wages of all employe? of th? United
State? steel Corporation will be In
creased 10 per cent, beginning Aug
ust 1. It was announced late today
by Judge Gary.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE.
CONTINt'ED FROM ? AGB SEVE?.
crate. 175?3.3; do. Eutern Shan. bM. ? TU
3 00; r?n t.? ??? *,-?. Poto-naa, Md., entra, in
?; do. Smith ''?mlina. er. t?. ..OOai.3. do, na
ti**, bu, l.O?al 3; corn, Bappahaaaocfc. dot, ?
?Ac; do, natire. migar, dm, 5?J0c* cuc-umberi,
Norfolk, bM. 1.9Oa2.O0; do. Nul. TSca.S. <*.
nativi-. pMch b-ufcet, SaJte; copiant*. Norfolk
crat?, :.'.???-.n-; do, catite. IritrT. Tie
?raj-rfnjit Florida, box. : 00*3.75 ; back!?
brnrte*, Kant em Shore, quart. Mal'c ; let
tuce. nat?Te. btiabal box. 3000c. do. Ne?
York, baaket. l.OQal.50; oni-otu, aprine, Id
buncbra, J.flOal.CS; do. Rappahannoek. bbl, 1.?
al.50; do basket. 1.3a LM: do. Maryland ani
l'etinaThania. lOO lba, 3.00*3.50; paar*. Uai-jlaiW
and Virrinla. baaket, 1.00*1.50; peactiea, Ga.
carrier. 3.00*37?; do. Eaaiern Shore, b?ket, Mk
al.M; dn. box. l.OOal.SO; do. mountain, i*t Nu
bai?et. SOaflOc; Kioaab, natire, par baaket, 15'
3c; tomato??, taatrrn Shore of Man land, ??
That Rookie from the 13th Squad. * p. l. crosby
THE MAN WHO WAITED 6 WECKS fW A PERFUMED
LETTER AND FINALLY 60T A F^?O? FROM AN
/Wil/RA'KCe 00.
RAND CONCERT PROGRAMS
Vtumt Malas Cattati. U?r ?II?
??_rt b? ta? U. S. Btarm? Bas? W*~a?
H. Sitila???, laadar.
ratx>BAJtv
March, "Osar alarais? I
s?tary**.?
Tn_s?. ?_.'?t?? ???_*'?
Martas ?ft ? t?rk.
Taso ?eut? frosa BisanI m "lt?w
World"*.~ Irtara?
(a) Ls??. IM Sa?ra.
Ol??I acara?. ' Sert??"*.Btaa
Uraad mat?. Th? f?atiat".Tula?
"?a Mat Baiatili Burnt-.**
Oa?an by tha? C. S. Iti?in*
Band. ?a?data?!, th?? ?Main?,
?lag at t-M a clo*. Jcha S. M I
menaann. Ertfssrtnr
"My Qsnntry. Ts ?f Tom '?
Mareta. "Bru?sa T?laauilial??.J
Orartus?. ? Su bat Matar," ? natal
. (ai
(b) "Aabad??
"Th? ??r teatlaat"
.Milks?ehs?
??????. "Ira?"...Jutta?
(Baqoaatad I
Vaia. latan??ran, "Italia".D?bal
Bag Oktttr, "It?t?atkaa Bag." Wh?t?
r?ala. "Atat Patay".Birbi?t
(Th? old fi? gaata ?? ?badi
"The Star
b?ket, Ttetit*: da. Pal??, ?arriar. ttaal?:
do, Bagpabaaa?k. par earner, ttna
?altre, par I?tat. ttaal?; ?ataraalase, fia.,
par ?ar. _aNt.
POCLTBT-Cahiate? ?a-tag. IVI aad t Ma.
per lb. Me: do. tao. IV? sud IH lba. r? ?.
Maae: de. do, aadsrr 1 Ih, tsar lb. Me; do, on.
by aiuta?, tsajtc: do. do. what? Lati??a. par
lb. Sta; do, do. old recalan, pa Ik,
do, old ben?, pa Ih. MaJac; da?l. Muaec? aad
mongrel, old. pa Ib.. JOc ; do. Whit? Pa?s.
old. pa Ib, raJtc; do paddle, old. pa Ib.. *ht
Te; io, ?print, ?va I Iba pa lb. Matte; do.
da, at?Her. poa, pa th, a?Be; pit?t
pa pair, ?use; da, ytmtt, par pair.
CAREER OF THE LATE
GEORGE IDE BUTLER
Noted Seventh Day Adventitt Died
Latt Thursday in California.
Healdabur?. Cal., July 10.?Georg?
Id? Butler, president of the general,
or world conference of th? Seventh
day Adventista for eleven yeara. be
tw?en 1871 and 1881. and well
known throughout th? d?nomination
aa Its ?econd great administrator,
died at the home of W. T. Heald.
near thi? city, laat Thursday at the
aar? of 81.
Pastor Butler wa? born in Water
bury. Vt.. Novemebr Is, 1814. At th?
?a? ot 24 he married Lentha A.
Lockwood, of Springfield. Vt- There
were three children, Annie, and twin
boy?, William Pitt, of Berwyn, III.:
and Hiland George, who i? tn Italy,
serving in one of the Red Cross
units. Annie died In 18T4 st ths sge
ot 11. and Mrs. Lentha Butler died
In Bowling Green. Florida. In 19'??.
Fiv? year? later. In 190T. Elder
Butler married Mrs. Elisabeth Work
?.rair.ger, widow of Prof. W. ?
?Jrstnger. who for twelve year? wa?
president of Healdsburg College,
Healdsburr, Cal.
Called to serve Uta larger Inter
eats of the church, at a tint? of
rapid growth and expansion, he
spent a large portion of his time
in attending tbe annual conferences
and camp meetings, held from Maine
to California, and from Minnesota
to Florida.
In 1874 Elder Butler made hi?
llr?t visit to California. From 18?:
and onward ha waa for many years
president of the Review snd Herald
Publishing; Association, and asso
ciate editor of the Review and Her
ald, of Washington, tha official or
gan of the Seventh-day Adventitt
denomination.
Eighteen years after he wss bap
tlted by Elder J. N. Andrew? la
Waukon, 1?.. Elder Butler presided
at a general conference in Battle
Creek. Mich. Nine year? later lie
wa? ?ent to visit Europe. He spent
mere thsn a year in England.
France, Switzerland, Holland and
Scandinavia, gathering information.
After Elder Butler returned from
Europe he waa president nt the
Michigan Conference, president of
the general conference, president of
the Review ?nd Herald Publishing
Association, chairman of the Battle
Creek College Board, and a member
of the sanitarium board.
In 1907, after his manage to Mrs.
Grainger. Elder Butler returned to
Healdsburjr. Cal. During May Elder
Butler failed rapidly, and he died
last Thursday.
Directing Traffic Not
Same as Operating Car
Harrisburg. Pa.?Charles Davis. ? lo
cal traffic policeman, had directed au
tomobile? safely over tbe street inter
sections for so long that he thought
he wss well able to drive a machine
himself. Accordingly he borrowed a
roadster from a friend and started
out. Another machine brought him to
a local hospital to have a fracture of
the leg reduced and many bruises
dressed. The machine struck a stone
skidded, turned over twice and then
ran through a fence. Davis atuck to
his reat
AGILE FRENCH
TANKS SERVE,
ALLIES WELL1
Lead American Infantry Ef
fectively, but Show
Some Defects.
Th? new light -Trench tank? which
did yeoman eervio? la taatUac tb?
American? ta the great counter of
fenstz? ?outh of Solowon? hav? mora
thaa mat th? czpaetattona ef tb?
allied army chiefs Although a ??um
ber mt th? tank? hav? shewn a dis
position to be put out of action hy
?mall obstacle? and In ton? inn
hav? failed to keep up With the
rapid advance of the Infantry, tbelr
work he? been ot a high order.
Advice? received here yeeterday a"???
the first concrete description of tb?
new armored can. Although larger
thaa tho?? deaisned by a prominent
t-jimerlcsn automobile manufacturer,
officer? here ?ute that the America?
tanks will be fully aa powerful If
not more dependable than the taak?
uaed by the French la th? flchUac
of th? paat month.
The new tank? are of two ilaaa. On?
la abouf twenty-two feet loas, tarn
feet high aad six and oae-half feet
wide. The other la even ?mailer.
It? length being only sixteen feet.
They are driven by cha?ne which
pass over a ?et of wheel? under the
superstructure. Spur? la th? link?
of the chain grip the ground. Tbe
tanks heve shown that they eaa
easily negotiate a ?lop? If et? d?graa?.
However, In some inalane?? amall ob
stacle? have caught In th? chala? and
thrown them from the drfetng-wtoeel?.
The power, which la produced by
benafne or electricity, operates upon
th? rear wheel?, each aide aet bela?
capable of a different opead. It ta
hy the urveoual velocity of these rear
wheel? that ?tearing Is accomplished.
The tank? are manufactured at a
cost of from $E.*n> to Utenti ..eh.
They are manned by only eight meri
The oflVer In charge drive? the tank,
one man la assigned to the engine.
and the ?ix other? operate the one
pound gun and the five machin?
guns. The tank? have attained a
speed of from six to eight miles
an hour. Thev have proved an Ideal
weapon for destroying ?the enemy'?
cement "pill boxe?," which hav?
plsyed an important part In slow?
ing up the advance of the allies.
PURELY PERSONAL 1
Mr*. Theodore Shuey will spend
the rummer la Yirggma at her
country home.
Mr. ?nd Mre Charles Witmen
Wetmore ?re at th? Homestead. Hot
?"?pringa. Va.
Mr?. Marvin A Tyler ha? return?*??!
to her apartment la th? Fsrnsboro.
Mr?. Sere S Harnee 1? ?topping at
the Hotel Traymor? In Atlantic City.
Mrs. Walter Bruce Howe aad her
children are at Hot Spring?. Va.
Mrs. C. G. Edgar I? at Bprlnc
Lake for the aummer.
Ml?? Clara Orearen, of the Ethel?
bust Apartment? 1? out of town for
the ?ummer.
Miss Je?n T?vlor. of the W?r !*>*
partment. la ?.penlirc her v?c?*ion
in Buffalo, N. T.
Representative ?nd Mrs "Warren
G?rd left Sal --day for their home
In Hamilton. Ohio.
Mis? Marie MeOuIr* 1? visitine
Mr*. Alice Sheridan Xol?n. of Phila
delphia.
?"apt. and Mrs. Pitt Scott have
returne?*! to Washington after a
short stay In New London. Conn.
Samuel trompera, president of the
American Federation of Labor, re
turned yesterday from Atlantic City.
L. A. Sterne, of the American Ted?
?ration of T?\bor. returned yeaterdav
from a ?hort trip to Norfolk and Bal
timore.
John P. <"*ougn'ln. of Brooklyn. N. T.,
was in Washington yesterday.
E. N*. Nockel?. of Chicago, was In
Washington yesterday
E. J. McGrady. of Boston, ?wee In
Washington yesterday.
Fremont Older, editor of the Bulletin
of San Fisti? i?, o. Cal., and Mr?. Older
are in Washington.
I. 0. 0. F. ?o Garber at Beach
Many Washington Odd Fallo? e
will sttend the ennual excursi?n of
Foreat Lodee of Forestville. Md . to
be held et Chesapeake Beach to
morrow. Betw?en G..*?**?? and 3.???
are expected tn be prevent. Athletic
events will feature the afternoon.
Odd Fellow? kept In th? city durine
the day by work will make tho
after-^ffiee trip on the train leav-'
ing the District line at *.$? o'clock.
Official Fair Food Price List
1 5 ?
.f_?
.I!".
G? the Householder? of the District of Columbia:
Below are given the fair prices on staple food commodities If
your desler charge? more for any items than those listed below, pleaaa
report and ?end your sale? ?lip?, if possible, to Cl?renos R. tvlUon.
Federal food administrator for the District of Columbia. $01 Sixteenth
atreet northweat.
Retailer
Cmmmetltr Pays
Cornmeal. white, bulk, per lb.??1? .04??
Wheat flour?
24 ?-lb. bar (beat grade?) ......
11-lb. bar (best grade?.
6-lb. bag (beat Brades.
Broken lots, per lb.
Barley flour, per lb.
Corn flour, per lb.me...
Rice?
Fancy, whole head, per lb.
Blu? Rose, per lb.
Bucar?
Granulated, bulk or pkg. per lb.
Lard compound, per lb.24
Oleomargarine, per lb.27
Nut oleomargarine, per lb.24
Butter, creamery, beat tabi? firsts. In
print?, per lb.47
American cheese?
Whole milk, per Ih.24
Half-pound lots.
Quarter-pound lot?.
l.t? l.ss
.7) .St
.42 .41
Not more than .?7 <4
Not mor? than .S7
Kot more than .07
.in
M
.ni 4-S
.11
.0??_
.08 ?i
.25
.1">
M
48
28
11
.11
081?
.27
M
.:<
.El
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-UH
e.
:?
it
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.1?
.10
5?
*'
Egg?
Select, fresh, candled: none small
or dirty; should weigh not less
than 20 oz?. per dox.45 .44 .50 .52
Current receipt?; candled; none
very amali, very weak or very
dirty; ahould weigh not lass
than 20 o?s. per dos.41 .41 .44 .41
Dried lima, per lb.14*4. .1* ..?*?_ .11
White navy, per In._.11?? .15 .11 .17
Pinto, per lb.-.? .0?*? MH, .11?. .12?*
Bacon?
In whole Bieca, per lb.It .44 .41 .4t
Sliced, in bulk, par lb. .4J .51
Sliced, in carton, pw lb-.... .12 .tf .55 .?J
Lard. pure, par lb. (In tuba).2??. .2? .21 .15
Ham. ?tandard. whole, per lb.10 .11 .12 -IS
Victory loaf, mach?n? Biada. % Ih. .?7 St
Victory loaf, machin? mad?, 1 Ib.. .M ??
White potatoes?
tNaw (?. a trade. No. 1). per 15
lbs. (1 peck).5? .tf? M ???
?New. (U. S. ?rada. No. 2). par 15
lba. (1 peck).~.** ??? -" ???
tWhite potato??. TJ. & grade. No. 1. minimum ?li?. IH Inch?? tn
dlamatea. Pre? from damage caused by dleeaa? or Insect?; fra? fro?
cut? and brulae?. _ . . ._
IWhlte potatoes, V. B. grade. No. 2. minimum ?lae. 1?. Inchaa In
diameter. Free from ?erlou? damage. 'Should Includa no ?tock which
I? not of dealrabl? quality, both for market and table ua?. and ahould
be of fair average ?lae."?Department of Agriculture. Bulletin.No. Ttt.
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