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Telephone Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
HERALD WAt. i o
Keeping boarder* is just u legitimate a
business as running a hotel?jo advertise
and make it PAY. -.
Published every <i*y '? "??
Tba Waahlnjton herald Com
mn; at 415-4 25 Ileventh atreai.
wuahingrton. D. C. ,, u_.n
Telephone kiehano ? CallI
(For classified advartleemeota
sk for Branch 1).
Member Audit Bureau of ctrcul*
CLASSIFIED RATES
-*t eonnttit ttoea. "c- ow* tw H"*
Wit p? wort aech or thne cod"
. aecnuea laaartiona (or the price <* two.
' - an Other ciaaal?eatl?ms?
Per Uae?
, is ????
J tusee'comkwleelt. .???J ?"?j?
? timea emacuti'el; "
t times emmutlhlj * j t
m at mora ttous ooi?eeum'etj . t oenta
utetanin two ?mi
robelgm hbfrmehtativm
th* a. o. beck WITH special AO
*w Tort oflea -
chiaso ORtae. slsf
d?< ~asnzzZSS 5e
HELP WANTED?MALE.
WANTED ? CONDUCTORS AND
motormen; wages 32 cents per
hour for first year up to 38 cents
' per hour at end of fourth year;
credit given former trainmen for
previous service with us; age 19 to
50 years; permanent employment
to men of good character. Apply
2 p. m.. THE CAPITAL TRAC
TION CO.. 36th & M sts. nw,
Washington. d. C. mo.tM.tha.
PORTER WASTED-ONE WHO CAN bon
?levator; salary. us pw week. apwf
r TON R. SET. 8th a Pa- "?? "" *
' BOT WASTED TO WORK FROM ? *?
to l pi m. with one lxwr
, ptr crbcl'latton DEPARTMENT. hrrxkl
^voted' - experienced crock k i
clerk and meet cutter; hi*!** "
Inquire 1tc Columbia road. jt'z:
lor definm truck; food "? in<lu 't
Columbia road. ?
pottm *AS+?v-osk ?h<> ca.s uui
eiewti*. Apply MILTON R. nei. ** *
r? ... nw
tflvted-A flcm^er ?twfst*
'jlolw^iared.^goed ??*?? a"** " ??c'
COSMOS LL'NCH. TO Peona.
wasved - WHITE wauus DRIVERS
Peon (Ml co.. roejjn. Va. j"?tt
waxted-SE* ERAL MEN FOR
aiiin* turjoBA. p*uo oa a,..
fitkhut ahi> uujtaa-wi?rb>-ro?
in cram dclieerr wasons "<1 l"'??
settled mm preferred. THE OARRX k-b
? BEAM CO.. lsi d ?. ee. "*"?
LABORERS for warehouse
work; $3.63 per day. Apply to
Timekeeper. .american RAIL
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
su. ne. .J*
"t "
warehouse- TRUCKERS
" $3.63 Per Day.
Apply to the Timekeeper,
AMERICAN RAILWAY
EXPRESS CO..
2nd and Eye sts. ne.
BOY WANTED?ONE WITH
ordinary school education to
learn printing trade. Excellent
opportunity for wide-awake
boy. Apply P- ro
te FOREMAN. Herald office.
tr.KTEO-bot TO serve HERALD
*r. COCRTNET. i g ?. n*.
wavted-brakemes for POTOMAC
wajtte" ?? iho r? repairmen,
?? "t?, arpentera. (rrleht brmkf
?" "''i1*' occupations ?t eanoua
J?*t ???? *" __ ?
ATTENTION!
BOYS!
do your bit by earning money
yourself; good wages paid for de
livering The Washington Herald.
See H. TEMPS. 1018 k st ne.. at
once.
bot WASTED TO tservi HERALD
?anptr w? ??
smjattons WANTED?MALL
rr^tffon wastid-hjist CLASS bar
' . - vl. t(an wperitik*. *vt *: eolorwl.
j rwfefence*' fjbtr end ra beet o? health;
x. P^n^TS. dietrict. Addretf ?RAVES
s"^a?t>oton. ? -? ?-? j
N -m
hilp WANTED?FEMALE
?- ^e^otbtt'sakaa. appLy" at
GAvrrr theater b.tw? i ^ s p*
,7>CORBD i.1RL TO do A HALF DAVS
2\STttk daj. Permanent and food ?>?
-,rw n-?? *-? **- g- *?**
voungtsdy-to-assist WHO
is quick and accustomed to fig
ures. Apply 2119 14th st
furnished ROOMS FOR RENT.
j^-tkgse^siicosd-floor ROOM AD
sidnit, Dnpont orel.; ??
. Phone Worth ?11. m31-?
^ttbsb BRIGHT sl06.SD FLOOR
0** fnmiahed; near bath, and
jisn- - ^ orrh
for sale?houses.
? ? '-^^d L to nw.: -fbt
betha; l?*? on eaay torn
xoiau WOODWARD. T3 *th
james jaba?.Sl.aul.i
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Pefice Department Main 4000
Fin Department Main 6000
Department ef Justice Main 196
U. S. Secret Service (night) Colombia 3396
S^J. S. Secret Service (Jay) Mais 6400
%. S. Marshal Main ZS54
Boost Your Income
Take a boarder?rent a furnished room?tell 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 AM) TO YOUR INCOME! For you
need money with which to buy more war securities?your coun
try's interests demand that you make the mpst 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!
Classified advertising will help you to BOOST. YOUR INCOME 1
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.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
JOB SALE-PROPERTY OP THE LATE
U. 3. Consul at Jamaica; twelve-room hooi
rarsge; twenty mlnntea from center of city;
pars half Mock. Inquire of MeLechleo Bank
ing Co., or oo premises. 1213 Monroe St.,
Brookland. Will aeU on e*ay term* for $8,100.
aul-tt
PROMPT POSSESSION GIVEN
A beautiful home near 19th at and Colombia
rood with ten rooms, two baths, electricity,
sleeping r**ch and good lot with room for gar
age. $15,000. JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD.
73 30th st. nw jng.m30.Sl .aul.3
REAL ESTATE.
Some Day a Home or Investment at
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WHY NOT TODAY?
For plata. illustrated book*, and fall particu
lars about these little firms, attractive home
sites, and low prices, see or write
J. S. TOMUNSON.
331 SOUTHERN BLDG. MAIN T*tt.
Six n*w houses snd bungalows ready for In
spection. fl.H# to $2,500. Easy terms.
sod tf
Careful Investments
Of money in First Deeds of Trust (First Mort
gages) on Washington. D. C. Real Estate al
ways give the full interest promised snd the
return of all the principle doe. regardless of
the varying incomes and values of other securi
ties. Ws have been successfully engaged in
making these investments far our clients for
more than a quarter cf a century. Invest
ments. $250. $300 to $10,000, st 6 per cent now
ready for delivery. Large investments made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. 807 15th St.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OAFK CONCESSION, LIBRARY OF OO.N
gress. Application* from responsible, experi
enced persons will be received and considered
at once, for the coocemion of operating the
Csfe st the Library of Congress. For full in
formation apiJy in person to the undersigned. F.
L. AVERILL, Superintendent. Library Building
and Grounds.
FOR SALE? MISCELLANEOUS.
FIRE BRICKS FOR SALE; 8 000; HIGH
grade; 3,000 temperature; F. O. B. oar.
Washington, D. C.; price below the market.
Addreaa Box 33D, Herald Office. anl-3t
WOOD. CHEAP. DELIVERED OR BRING
your trucks or wagons to 19tli sod B nw. Ask
for WIGNALL (the wood man). Phone, North
?- ? ? ' ? ju*Ht
tffi BARMON UPRIGHT PUN O-MA
hogasT case; good tone; fair condition; our
price. $179; terms $6 monthly. THE HECHT
CO., Pianu Annex. 613 F st. nw. Opsn until
9 p. m. ju2Vtf
?S5 DUNHAM AND CO. CrKU^T PIANOC
mahogany case; flue tone; flm vmdition; a
real bargain: our price. $306; tern* V monthly.
THE HECHT CO.. llano Annex ill F st.
n.w. Opeu until 9 p. m. * ju24-tf
J300 WAUNEH L'PBKIHT P1ANO-MAHOU
any case: good tone; fins condition; our price,
$1?; terms $1.90 weekly. THE HECHT CO..
Piano Annex. 61S F st. nw. Open until 9 pl m.
juJMf
WESER PIANO-GOLDEN OAK CASK;
good condition; fine tone; good as new; our
price. $210; terms; $7 monthly. THE HECHT
CO., 7th st., nera F st. nw. (Fourth floor.)
ju24-tf
505# A. B CAMERON IPRIGHT PIANO
mahogsny esse; fine tone; good condition; our
price, $215; terms $7 monthly. THB HECHT
CO., 7th st. near F st. nw. (Fourth floor.)
ju23-tf
NEWSPAPER BOCTE FOB SALE; GOOD
section of northwest; in good condition res
sons ble terms. Apply CIRCULATION MAN
AGER, Hersld office. my-15-tf
WOOD FOR FIREPLACE, BOILER. FUR
nace and stove, $18 per cord. $4 50 per hi oord;
also split kindling wood In any quantity. Call
Lincoln SCI for prompt delivery. mcb4-tf
EXTERMINATOR.
RED CROSS WAR FUND WILL BENEFIT
by the sale of all bug exterminator and floor
oil sold by me during the war. Used by the
U. S. government and over 10,000 families tor
the last 25 years. Oil, 75 gallon; 25c quart.
Prevent war on bugs by using Hunter's Bug
Exterminator. Quart bottle 50 cents; known
everywhere; will not stsin bed clothes or wsli
paper; guaranteed to do .the work or money re
turned. Hunter's Floor Oil will oil your floor;
lesves a polish finish. 75c gallon. Phons
Franklin 11#. Office, 113 Pa. ave. nw. Drop
postal. Close T p. m. By C. T. H. ftil4-tf
LOST.
LOST?A BUNCH OF KEYS AT FOUR.
teenth street snd New York svenue July 31
between 11 snd 12 o'clock. Return to Mrs.
R. J. GIFTIN. im H st. nw.
LOST-BROWN PIN SEAL FOLDING PURSE
containing Nebraska Stste Bank Draft $150;
gold Illinois watch; $17 in cash, and Ordnance
Nitrate Government Pass, tteward. Telephone
Columbia 4679-J. sal-It
LOOT-WATCH. OPEN FACE. INITIAL* ON
back; chain and Masonic cbsrm; left in
lsvstory Second National Bank Building. Lib
eral reward if returned to ROOM 32, Second
National Bank Building. aul-3t
LOST?BETWEEN 17TH STREET AND
Massachusetts svenue snd Shoreham Hotel,
diamond earring. Please return to SHORE
HAM HOTEL and receivs reward. juSWt
WAITED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN MY UNLETTERED AUTO
mobile, dtj or suburban, and pay yon highest
prices for ladiea', gentlemen's, children's dis
carded clothing, of all descriptions. Address
postal or phone. 1 will call E. RICE. 1*1 Tth
?t. nw. H IIS
MONEY TO LOAN.
Mown TO LOAN OM APPBOVED C1TT
ml ?Ut. it lorot current ret?; odtl
Crirllese. with re.eect la prior nwut
TTLEBAj?jTH EB FORD. Ioc, B7 1Kb *. M
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS^
SCREBNU AND SHADES.
WINDOW SHADES MADE TO OKDEK.
B?t Op.no. OB a H. Roflra.
J. O. PBEINKEBT. UN H it. M.
PIMM L. ua. tfx8
| DINING ROOMS.
ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
12th and E N. W. iTS&SHSSK
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Prices.
REFRIGERATORS, ice boxes.
refrigerators
nelson refrigerator CO..
We build to order any alze
?t?T2*or*V?r.2,r eool'B* room.
_6H F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
MOVING, PACKING. STORING.
Moving for at or age
N- Ml N. SSM. SMITH'S
transfer * 8TOK
?>.. M g. Nlgbt Ph.
Franklin Wi.
SAFETY FIRST.
. ?B*PROOr 8T0RA01
frcT-arsa
"? pb??t* **. tm Mj Frmiin J4JJ u
MOVING
u,':0sr^u^dd,<j??-?* ?
PACKERS of fumltnrt, pUooe ?Mn. brio-a
^ntBnn-E mn onl*
KRIEG'S express
EDUCATIONAL.
PREPARES FOR BBYN luTwn AND
? ?"????; exceptional adran
I t?*? for (ill. nnder 15; dlm.t. afTorrla nn
"PWrtuniti. th. re., round for w
forma of outdoor lite? riding a nvdiitr fVin
UjjjUSA B. CON-VERslVS^ JTT,
Ir"*8*- aul-Jt
berlitx
SCHOOL
Waahington:
- - ?? ?? l?th St. N. W.
iptoh may be becun at any time
Languages
PERSONALS.
k"wjl18 the time to begin tbk
?doption of more ash ,y,tem. an<t
~TJ* **J to h?l? to hit* ? good atim of
"?dT M*. Let n. tnow when there', men"
S*u- .p"nt'' wrrcoali etc.. to b? dli
1 rw d? "* Prim picking
Phone un. 3Csth 8 old STAND. (19 D a,il-lt
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
J04 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS i*r??ic? id
Ncttoj. .ml Special DlaMM of Urn Mrt
Means Health to You If You Suffer
ST" p'Tw"? "beianatim. CoMiin.
?nd' Bkta r^' LV??'' Bra'o. Hewt. Blood
Md 8Wn DfajMe.. Nrrrou. LXhillt,. Kldne,
*">"??. SD,dfl0 Blood Pol
ewea Cured for life by Safe Method*.
Charges. Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Sy^Ladie,
FOR SALE?FURNITURE
SpiT Furniture
t^rYnTg.gvfg 8^h"
PROPOSALS.
''Cf'c* of THE commissioners r> C
Wjahmjton, D. C.. July j?. ijjg a^ii,
poart will lie receiied a thi. office Romn
Diatoict Bui'dinj, j ?vi^k p.'m^ToAat
' 'or '"nuhing inrl adhering 3 000 rarrt. ^
Ju3lJt
?? iF ZE WASH
?l!oZ. TwAi1" Owtnent
Z " "M 0 m- WedMKl.y, Aurut it
Ini." i"" or""d- fuTOU,hJn> jE| lar
sssl8? sssMtt 2
JS&WS
2Xllin'S
_ FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral TokensT
Gude Bro.. Co. 1214 F*Street.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
W. W Chamber.. E P. Cbam^
w. W. CHAMBERS CO.
"00, Ch?Pln St. N. w.
wT J?*"!1 D" " f"f't Phon. Col an
W* "*? Aut?mobile Berrlce EicImI,.?,. *
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS~
Telephone _ M .
Mai n t H 2 ? , t [
BURGESS?Depar ted this ur?
piss
?0h? T^Burg^ lnd br??Sir Sf
rM. fMuop?r??^
avenue northwest, tidiy . t j
Interment at Mount Zlon "(fenij:
8CSna5rAt ,s?Idler*' Home Hospital
Monday, July 29 191R ** ?.^v '
M.^rfe V">Ved hu'^
^ pSSr^ty^ SSS
AUTOMOBILES
WASHINGTON AUTO EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, TRUCKS,
TRAILERS, STORAGE, TAXIS, AUTO GLASS,
GARAGES, BATTERIES. ETC
auto trucks.
?jy? ? T"UCKS - 00NVKRT8 MO.
Itaarokt '*"?>*?. ^ulllMn' Buic*.
iSurl 'J ^Arrow and all make# of ear*
tKUCK^Y* iL ?^t0n truCk GUARANTY
x?i CK CO.. Ui Pa. ara. Bw. UaeUn ?78.
__ aul-lt
garage builders.
(^NfRETE- B B C A U 8 K PERMANENT
j ?*de Ppaaible the concrete abip. Likewise your
I ff*rage built of concrete will last forerer Write
Main *f?"' WILUAM 8WBT"k?:
aul-lt
G" ~ ?A,KA9? THAT will outlast
bUUj ^?*niSL. *w?"??I dun
5%!?ew- *? "?<>?.
auto glass.
JJinrfshieM* re) ;'.mipi wdan .1.? K
M. Tnrlnto. ml N y
died.
p!rmU northw**t- today ?t 1:30
1as;r?^U^'A^,yc&8^
4H,0';r^'A &u,.n?
CR?^. jehiel. fisj&
flild Cornell* Ellis Cross
"ftslra hi^t mr
af?^ m0nd/<&NJTy "?
r uneral services at chapel 1n r?n
Kressionai Cemetery today at 6 p~
?vlt& iStSE* frien<U c?rdi.ly
'?"pyf. r* f'l*" please
COVER?On Monday. July 29. MM ?t
w'.veo ?|f? GOVer ?"'e
?d Tvlvcd byv"? &5i?
and three daughters. Ruby c
?Sn?a jk.* ?"??">?
"sag X-s pa'sssk
drla. Va.. papers please copy).
GRAV_On Monday, July 29 191? it
* p. m.. SIMON GRAY. He Is sur
.V?d b> h," wife' ?idEd o5?
?ons. Leo and Cheater Gray;
""? daughter. Mr.. Lessls Minor
one CJarenc? Minor, and
r?L.i , j "d one alater.
* uneral today at 2 n m tr,
FlnHH* Avenu? Baptist Church,
J2Shwe,tV?nU# and Bohrep ,treel
HALL-On Wednesday. July K M18
?g, s?LOIi?W,L.Un,!ler*',y Hoepl
Solll^J?Hrtl V hU,b"d ?'
F??erDi 8?rv,CM today at 2 p. m..
3C34 M ""derlakln* parolrs,,
^d mS??&%??"*? r?'?uv
?n Monday. July 39. 19M. at
sl". "}? her residence. 1431
L*,?"", MrP,et northwest. BELLE.
;-^=''M.Br^ Turner;
Garfield iTT.U^^i *
funeral today at 2 n m fmm
Nineteenth Street Baptist Chire?
Nineteenth and I streets north
and Ba?mnd" ,nvi,fd 'Richmond
and Baltimore papers please copy)
!>J ?'i infant daughter!
months. JU'" H Krtw*"??
Funeral strictly private
o7r& EElAeB
Funeral from Whitney Avenue'
* nrCm ^a*k roa<1* tomorrow at)
Cemetery. "mcnt ?""-ood
MITCHELL?On Tuesday. July 30 191R
ELT ,0*t\?' A^SIlt R "?
i<! at "er residence. 1765 U airont
viT^ hvM;s y"*he" >? *?<"
da"fht<ira. Mra. J. D.
Free and Mrs. G. M. Evans, and
ACCESSORIES.
THINK or IT. *.M wot ll&ta. M; 12.71 ?ir
!*?. Ooodnch Tins, other thrag. Jo* u
lnt*reatin?. tofrttur with ? purpoee to be ai
decant M we in capable In Hotels* mu
helpful amice.
Central Auto Supply Co.. Inc.'
"tunthiDf tat tka Auto."
1W Pi. lie, aw. Phoo. Mils CM
AUTO REPAIRS.
If fM u* rick joo consult ? doctor. If jou
hae. a law CM* mwi lawyer. Whj not an
nnrteiad Uto mechanic when jour c*r la
firing trouble?
The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop.
Bipart Mechanics. Quick Berries.
13g P St. at Hth. rhoue P. TIS1.
ANT tUVlCB, AW* mi, AST ^ LAC It
Aotnscf tor una sad ags R pur ad or Rbuilt
rort* fixed while r? wait itonwa. BUS
BOX MACK ST. W Ittk St. sa. LMooks tat
?
TIRES.
DIAMOND TIBB8 AND TUBES.
All Sixes at Cut I'rioaa.
OHAS. K. MlIAfcH. INC.
819 14th at., four doors north of H at.
?0 rail* guarantee in following siit only
114.00
NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
?2T 9th St nw.
DIED.
a son. Mr. John E. Mitchell. She
the widow of Mr. John N.
Mitchell, who died June 5. 1918.
Funeral service! will be held today
at 3 p. m., at her late residence,
3765 U street northwest. Relatives
and friends invited to attend the
services.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE.
Jacr.b Miller. !? yean, George Washington
Cnirerutr Hospital.
Algic Hall, 49, Georgetown Hospital
Ada II. Barry. 39, 19*0 Cahert st. nw.
Charles Bennett. 41. Washington Asylum
Hospital. *
Annie R. Mitchell. 75. IT? TT at. nw.
Doris Krewson. 18 months, 1541 Sheperd st.
Wm. H. Hhtaiaet, 4 months, Georgetown
Unireraity Hospital.
COLORED
Clarence Bradley, IT years, 917V? Berry place
nw.
j Hettie Hard. ST. US Fusssla court nw.
Wm. J. Lucaa. 75. Emergency Hospital,
j Mary Brown, 33, FYeedmen's Hospital.
! Charles H. Burgees, 28. 17SS Saeton it. nw.
| Henry Tolaon, 3^ Garfield Hoepital.
j Arthur A. Edmonds f months, 1914 12th st.
I nw.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITl.
George A. and Viola M. Wul*, boy.
Morris and Jennie Vigderhouse, girl.
Prank J. and Susie E Wearer, girl.
Edwin P. and Beulah N. Williams, girl.
Wm. F. and Lillie M. Wiley, gfcl.
Daniel O. and Helen L Thompson, girl.
Samuel 8. and EUxabeth Schulze, boy.
John G. and Bffie B. Schickler. boy.
Carmel R. and Marie Paroni, girl.
LeRoy A. and Laura V. Poole, girl.
Isaac and Era Nardsanfeld. girl.
Elwood A. and Emma C. McClary, bo>
Ewell L. and EfRe I. Mohler. boy.
Edward B. and Erelyn McLean, boy.
Willard E and Anna L. Lloyd, girl.
Win. C. and Ellen A. Kershaw, boy.
Wm. C. and Florence P. Kincaid, girl.
Raymond W. and Mary P. King. boy.
Wm. J. and Helen C. Henrieh, bor.
Frank B. and Emma E Haskell, boy.
Norman O. and Ruth Hill, girl.
Mo)?* and Margaret A. Herman, boy.
Frank C. and Carris Howard, boy.
Joseph T. and Olir* A. Elliott, boy.
Horace 8. and Alice Corbett, boy.
j Owen F. and Gertrude Croggen, boy.
! Ceorge V. and Violet Armstrong, bo>.
| Thomas N. and Mattia Atkinson, boy.
COLORED.
I Peiey and Lillie Wsstiington, boy.
?James and Florence Wstkins. boy.
j Robert McK. and Myrtle Shields, boy.
I Thomas and Mamie Smith, boy.
.lames and Sal lie Stewart, girl.
Bernard and Beatrice Hl Riley, girl.
Wm. P. and Ruth N. Dorsey. boy.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Iran C. Stanton, SO. and Lucy O. Altman,
23. both of Toledo. Ohio. Rer. C. F. Thomas.
Rom*ine G. Waltenberg. ?, and Tlielma P.
Smith, 21. both of Washington. Re\. Hijfc
T. Sterenson.
John Addison Chad wick Tolaon. 71. and
Dellia Louise Barnes, CO, both of Wasbirgton.
j Rer. J. H. Jeffries.
I Herman Baldorf, jr., 31, Trenton. N. J.. an"f
Margaret W. limn. 0. North Branch. M. 9,
Rev. John H. Jeffries.
KrantU 8. Robertson. ?. tad Lillian a
Hall, 19, both at Waahington. Hot. F. W.
Johnson. i ' ?
Edgar Whitney Pearson, S. tad ffteOa Grace
Fullett, a. both of Bangor, Mo. Rev. Bdtr?rd
8. Dunlop.
Spring* Raid Moote. *, Tot*. & C., and
llary A. Fowler. V. Washington. Kt? O. M.
Brown.
Bmmrrt V. Pomeror, fl. and Roth L Will
iams. 24. both of Bancroft, Va. Rot. John
C. Hank.
George Burt. *, tad StaUa A. Hook. II.
both of Merrill, Wia. Rev. H. Sohroader.
Jamaa A. Liveney. XI, and Anna XL fasten,
22. both of Washington. Re*. Geo. a Bacon.
Karl Matthew J art**, U, aad Margaret
Young. 11, both of Waahington. Rev. O. C.
Baoon.
Horace McM. Banka. S. Rhepherdatown, W.
Vs., and Margaret Leigh, 27, Begins. Canada.
Rev. J. M. O'Brien.
Harry L. Clayton, M, and Florence L. foihla
vUle. V. both of Kempton, III. Rev. H. I>.
Mitchell.
Walter Wm. Beall. 8. and Ida 1L Hardeaty,
17, both of Waahington. Rev. C. Morgan
Comber,
COLORED.
Wee L. Hill. ?0. and Mamie Eaney. 9. bo*h
of Washington. Rev. W. J. Howard.
Lawrence L. Hhinn, M, and Jaarte Barnea.
both of Washington. Rev. Geo. O. Bullock.
Adam Douglas, 23, and Annie ?. Bruce,
both of Washington. Rev. M. W. Clair.
Wealey Hall. 38. and LAlHa A. WUlia, ?,
both of Washington. Rev. Tbomaa T. Taylor.
(Carles W. Hearna. 38, and Rosa Johnson. 38.
both of Chevy Chaae, Md. Rev. Holland
Powell.
William Ferguson. >. and Marion L. Wars.
22, both of Waahington. Rev. J. 1. Carroll.
James E. Eggleston, C8. Richmond, Va., srfll
Pauline E. Johnson. 28, Waahington. Rev.
Wm. J, Howard.
Edward Carter. 37, and Grace Hughes, S,
both of Washington. Rev. B. 8. Dnapper.
George Shanks, 25. and Lilly Young, 23, botu
of Washington. Ret. Aquila Ka>le?.
James E. Owens, 34, and Mildred Robinson,
38, both of Washington. Rev. F. A. 8cbWal
lenberg.
Edward Stcrena. 48, Sparrow* Point. M4.,
and Clara C. Noble, 33, Baltimore, Md. Rev.
F. H. 8e?ey.
Riven Stepney. 27, and Elizabeth Heary. 3D,
berth of Waahington. Rev. Bhelton Miller.
"The stars Incline, but do not compaL"
HOROSCOPE.
IThvrnday, August 1, IBIS.
This is a day of contending In
fluences with the ruling: stars fore
casting- good. Mercury and Mars
are adverse, but Neptune, the Sun
and Venus are all In beneflc aspect.
There is a sign that seems to af
fect newspaper and magazine in
terests, especially where advertis
ing is concerned, and discussion of
unusual conditions may ba wide
spread.
During this sway there may be
undue anxiety concerning military
matters.
Soldiers come under a rule mak
ing for great achievement* and the
attainment of fame. The Suna is In
a place foreshadowing freatest
honors for Americans.
This should be an auspicious
government of the stars for women
who will attain ambitiona in pub
lic affairs, the seers declare.
The Sun presages success for men
who hold placea of large responsi
bility. The planets indicate that
tha spirit of criticism will change
to commendation.
Venus warns women that they
must accept seriously many new
lines of work for the war. The
aspect seems to forecast changes
for women of means.
Astrologers declare that the
women of America have not yet
come to a full appreciation of their
duty during th$ war and predict
supreme achievements when they
begin to learn what sacrifice
means. This prognostication ap
plies to the gfeat mass of women
who "think they serve."
Theaters and places of amuse
ment are subject to the best direc
tion today.
Labor comes under a svfray that
is believed to indicate changes in
organization heads, larger recog
nition of women as executives and
extraordinary activity.
Persons whose birthdate It is will
probably have good luck in finan
cial matters during the year, but
they should be cautioua in avoiding
disputes. Those who are employed
will profit.
Children born on this day may
be rash, hasty in Jumper and unset
tled in nature, btii these subjects of
Leo are usually anccessfuL
(Oopyr^pt 1*1*->
Postmaster Runs Into
Uncle Sam?Black Eye
Cumberland. M d . ? Postmaster
Franklin B. Beall, walking out of the
second nutional bank recently while
reading a newspaper, ran against the
big plaster of paris figure of Uncle
Sam One of the fingers of the figure
poked Beall in the eye, but he Is not
ashamed of the discolored optic.
That Rookie from the 13th Squad. Br p. L atosw
THE p00R ROOK*
WHO H?V?6CT*
A LerrcR
?
HERO IN 2 WARS
' ' r ' -
J. H. QUICK.
Beret- Major John Henry Quick, of
the U. 8. Marlr.es, who has been cited
for bravery by Gen. Pershing for
taking a truck load of ammunition
Into Boureachea, near Chateau Thier
ry, over a road swept by artillery
and machine fun Are, was a hero of
the war of 189*. He waa awarded th?
Congressional medal of honor for his
conduct in fighting at Cuaco, Cuba.
In June, 1896. Quick stood against the
aky on a hill with his hack to the
enemy, bullets cutting all about him.
and signaled firing direction to the
cruiser Dolphin.
CROWN PRINCE
EVERY DEVICE
TO STOP ROUT
cosnsTED tbom pagb osb.
3C were In Russia. Today Germany
has no divisions on the Western front,
it the Italian battle line ia not In
cluded In that definition. Austria had
79 divisions last year. Now she has
only 77. having been forced to con
solidate some divisions.
Haa Power to Wane.
Germany's leaders have refuaed as
long as possible to lessen the number
of divisions, since war la fought today
with divisions and not with numbers
of men. Originally Germany had about
17.000 men to a division. Today the
number Is near li.000. The time is
not far off according to military ex
perts. when the German power will
begin to dwindle and then Germany
will find herself driven to the con
solidation of divisiona.
Reports received here also show that
the new class of young soldiers,
known as the class of 19S1. will not
he available to the German army he
fore October and will number not
more that 450.000 men. Once a year
thereafter. It Is estimated, Germany
can gain only 4.V>,000 men for her
fighting ranks, unleaa some great
change la made In the use of men
in the factories and in other pur
suits.
Gala 450,000 a Year.
Great Interest Is attached here to
the reported atatement given out. It Is
believed, with the approval of Hlnden
burg s nd Ludendorff. In this state
ment It Is pointed out that It may be
neceaaary for the Germans to fall
back twelve kilometers. At some
points the Germans have already re
treated twenty kilometers.
The statement is published In the pa
pers throughout Germany and seeks
to explain why the much advertised
great offensive proved to be a boom
erang to the men who conceived it
After renewing the promise that a de.
cisive blow will be struck against the
allies, the statement says:
"The physiognomy which the strug
gle presents on the front between
Soissons and Rheims and In the
Champagne in consequence of the Ger
man attacks and the Franco-British
counter attacks has led to the neces
sity of postponing for some time th?
decisive blow. With this end In view,
a new basis for subsequent operations
and for the atrategical regroupings
has to be created.
Admit Retiring;.
??While awaiting until these prep
aration are completed, we have been
forced to retire In a northern di
rection on the Marne front. A re
treat of about a dozen kilometers
will perhaps be sufficient It is not
thought necessary now that Hin-,
denburg should find himself undei
the obligation of withdrawing the
front as far back as the Vesle River.
The German "interior front* (refer
ring to the civil population) Is Im
plored not to renounce its confidence
In our great leader. Hindenburg."
It is noticeable that the statement
mentions the opposing troops as be
ing Franco-British, no mention of
Americans being made.
"Man made the city, God made the
country." Then the suburb# must he
the result of compromise?Toledo
Blade.
FIRST A I D WORK
GLASSES BEGIN
MOW FOR AUG.
Red Cross Center and Oth
ers to Teach Women
War Helpers.
Cltnti la flrst-ald have been
? lined by tbe District Rad Croat
Teaching Center. 1411 O streat.
northwest, for August.
Afternoon clwu under the di
rection of Dr. Raymond A. Fisher
will meet every Tuesday and Thure
day, beginning today.
Evening claaeea will begin AnfMt
? and meet thereafter on Tuesday
and Thursday tor the nest alx
weeks.
The Catholic Woman*# War ?ere
Ice Club. 24GS K (treat northwest,
has organised a first-aid claae ??
der the supervision of Dr. Leopold
I Glushsk. The class U directed by
Miss Marie Redfern.
Other classes are at Oeuiga
Washington University, under tba
direction of Dr. Herbert Martya aaa
Lieut. J. A Logan: at the Usloa
BUtion. directed by Dr. James Orlar
and Dr. H. P. Felgiey: and at tba
Minor Normal School. Georgia ave
nue and Euclid street northwest.
Dr. Wlllerd Lane of Howard Uai
verslty Is teaching the class at tba
Minor Normal School.
AIR MAIL MAN DRIVES
WITH COMPASS GUIDE
Jeut. Kilgore Comet From Phila
delphia in Storm.
Sixty milea through a drtrlng
rainstorm, guided oaly by a romps a,
was the feat performed yesterday
by Lieut. Kilgore. of tba Aerial
Mall Service.
Just out of Philadelphia. Lieut.
Kilgore broke his goggles. Instead
of going back he drove onward
through the rain.
Not only did he arrive safely,
with never a glimpse of terra Anna
until he resched Camp Meade, bat
he made the trip In an hour aad
thirty-five minutes. This is the
speed usual in fair weather.
He depended wholly on bis com
psss to guide him through tbe gala
PLAN CELEBRATION
FOR LAFAYETTE DAY
Arrangementa for Lafayette day,
September ?, will be made at a com
mittee meeting In tbe Hotel Lafayette.
Sixteenth and I streets, northwest, at
8 o'clock, on the evening. August 1?.
The celebration will be held, as M
usual In Washington, under tbe aus
pices of all the patriotic organisation
in the city.
The celebration will take place at
Continental Memoral Hall. Seven
teenth and D streets, northwest There
will be speakers of note and a mua
cal program _ ,
All patriotic organisations are urged
to send a dellgate to tbe preliminary
committee meeting.
Prussian Diet Rejects
From House Vocabulary
Words of English Tongue
The Pruft*Ian Diet has ??t re
formed the franchise, but it haa
adopted a course of purification,
which offers Joyful testimony to the
progressive spirit by which it is ani
mated.
The house has effectively cleansed
its transactive vocabulary from all
English words, as will be gathered
from the following examples of tflle
salutary reform:
The term ?session** la replaced
by "TagungMb?chnitt" "commis
sion" by "Ausschuaa." "deftnite" by
"unwlderruflich," "amendment** by
??Abanderunpaantm#." 'interpella
tion" by "Formlichbernnfrac"
The word "president. *? wa racket
to say. was allowed to remain, and
no also was "stenographer." and
which no eatlefactory German
words could be found.
Domestic Warfare Cost
Goes to $100 a Beating
Chicago ?"He not only beat me ??
times during the three years of our
married life." said Mrs. laa Way to
Judee Brothers, of the Circuit Court,
speaking of her husband. Ovid, "lat
he took l?V0<W from me!"
Which. If you stop to figure R. is
tl<* per beating.
"I took the punishment ss sa
obedient wife should." she said,
"without a murmur."
The Judge did more than "murmur"
?he signed a divorce decree.
Official Fair Food Price List
To the Householders of the District of Columbia:
Below are given the fair prices on staple food commodities. If
your dealer charges more for any Items than those listed below, please
report and aend your sales slips. If possible, to Clarence R. Wilson.
Federal food administrator for the District of Columbia, ?01 Sixteenth
street northwest.
Retail?
CsmsMI)
Pays
Cornmeal, white, bulk, per lb 04 %
Wheat flour?
24%-lb. bag (best grades),
ll-lb. h - "
lb.
.0*
.07 4-?
bag (best grades
(?lb. bag (best grades
Broken lots, per lb
Barley flour, per lb ..
Corn flour, per lb
Rice?
Fancy, whole head, per lb 10
Blue Rose, per lb
Sugar?
Granulated, bulk or pkg., per lb.. ...
Lard compound, per lb 24
Oleomargarine, per lb IT
Nut oleomargarine, per lb 24
Butter, creamery, best table firsts, in
prints, per lb.....
American cheese?
Whole milk, per lb . 26
Half-pound lots
Quarter-pound lots.
Eggs?
Select, fresh, candled: none small
or dirty: should weigh not less
than 20 ots. per dot 45
Current receipts: candled: none
very small, very weak or very
dirty; should weigh not less
than 20 ois. per dos 41
Beans?
Dried lima, per lb 14%
White navy, per lh 11H
.#4*
1.10 IS# 1.15
.74 % .7*
.41 AH
Not more than .07%
Not more than 47
Not more than .*7
?0?V
Pinto, per
Bacon?
In whole piece, per lb .38
Sliced, in bulk, per lb
Sliced, In carton, per lb..... 62
I.ard, pure, per lb. (in tubs) 26%
Ham, standard, whole, per lb SO
Bread?
Victory loaf* machine made, % lb.
Victory loaf, machine made, 1 lb..
White potatoes?
tNew <U. S. grade. No. 1). per IS
lbs. (1 peck) 50
tNew. (D. S. grade. No. I), -per 15
lbs. (1 peck) 25
.11
?0?%
.2*
.2$
.49
.21
.41
.41
.It
.IS
.00 V*
.44
.SS
.2*
.3S
.?7
.OS
St*
.IS
.11
OS*
.27
Jf
.21
.SI
.SO
.IS
.10
.so
.44
?w*
.11%
.41
.41
?U
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41
.10
?M
.SI
.11
.11%
Jl
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J4
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.41
.1*
.17
?1S%
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41
40
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41
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41
40
tWhlta potatoes. U. S. grade. No. 1. minimum slxa. 1% la
diameter. Free from damage caused by disease or Insects; free from
cuts and bruises.
(White potatoes. TJ. 8. grade. No. 2. minimum alaa, 1% Inches In
diameter. Free from serious damage. "Should include no stock which
Is not of desirable quality, both for market and table use. and should
be of fair average size."?Department of Agriculture, Bulletin No. Tit
?I Iflr -IS? 1__. !._ ?

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