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elephone'Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
HERALD WANTS
To-dispense with classified advertising is
to make die business of boarding people
one of little profit
?m?
r? ;
^Pnbllehe-l every day In the year
' "be Washington Herald Com
P?7 at 415-42? Eleventh street.
"?Jhlna-toa. D. ?C.
a.r.*u?a.on? K*ieh?nge ? Call Mam
WM. (For classified adrartlssmeau
??_ ?or Branch l).
., ?smber Audit Burean ?at Circula
tion,
CLASSIFIED RATES
ONI
CENT
A
WORD
(Minimum
Charfe. Sci
asa sas tima. Ae. Ham? ad.
tttaee, Me. Orar f?our linea.
owett each laaartloa or thrae oora
tartaaas tas the sries of tora.
An Other CIaesMeatleas
Per Lise?
1 tas ._._.is ?ato
> ooosscutlT?!;.10 eerrta
laelT.I eeou
armasi nttealy.t senta
rORKIGX -KEPRCSE-ifTATTVKS
"!*? ?. a BECKWITH SPECIAL agency
*oo Tas* Oesa.??____?_Tribu?? Bids
Catena? OtBaa....................... Trii?i? Blda
?*S?t OStre-m tori Bids.
?t. Lassi OtHea......Third NstJonal Bank Blda
**-*~???
HELP WANTED?MALL
??**, WBITB OB COLOREO. TO CABE
'os ?seo hones aad ?rol*?, around house In
sn?wb: sala? (ss a ssonU and boari. Apply
"? H st nw._sagg
*ANTED-A TAILOR AND ?????. ??
n> at noe. an*" ?
ItOt WANTED TO WORK FROM ? ?. M
to , p. as. ?rtth one boar for breakfast. Ap
ri* ClBCCLATlO?I DEPARTMENT. Herald
cffiaa juJl-lf
???.*4t*!?-?*???t *ot>Q boy. ob ->bt
tJerl aaaa to leara real estate business: colrect
*? ta; rid? ????:Trie or h?cycla. BOX SI.
Herald ofHee au?*
v^A?XD-A PLCalBIR IS? NQJTH-ST
""*? _Inil-St
WAN+ED _ WHITE WAGON DRIVER?).
Pana* OU Co.. Roani; n. Va. ytO-lt
WASTED-SEVERAL MEN FOB G, A ?Ml UNK
? fullas ?tauona. Pana Oli Co. Boaabn. Va.
*u?*t
Skivers and RKlpers wanted"" ???
lera creara delioery wagona aad autoraobilea :
?tiled ram reef erred. THE CABRT ICI*.
'REAM CO., 133 ? at. ae. _luM-tt
LABORERS FOR WAREHOUSE
work; $3.63 per day. Apply to
Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL?
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
it*, ne. ' tf
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
'?earn printing trade. Excellent
" "Opportunity for wide-awake
boy. Apply after 7:30 p. ro.
to FOREMAN. Herald office.
WANTED-BOY TO SERV? HEBALU
rasa Aqet-r Mr. COCRTNE?. I G at. aw.
_?
- BRAKEMEN FOR POTOMAC
par boor; aL?a car repairmen,
carpenters, freight braae*
otber occupations at ?anona
Scinta?, PennejIianJa Railroad. Apply ?T New
jersey eoe, sa._?nr'l-tf
ATTENTION!
BOYS!
Do your bit by earning money
yourself: good wage* paid for de
livering The Washington Herald.
See H. TEMPS. 1018 K st ne., at
once._tf
BOT WANTED TO 8EKVB HERALD
?Olita. Appi? ?19 Uh s*._taiint
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALL
rUSlTIOS WANTED-FIR8T CLA--S ???
rer; tea Tears experience; see 50; colored;
beat of raferances; sober and is heat of health;
dairea position io Diatrict. Addresa t'RAVEd
? WASHINGTON, UH Lincoln at.. Santa Fe.
? ? w ?rtexirr?. l?i^Mt
HELP WANTED?FEMALE
\? ANXED-TEN OIRLd "Tn LEAK.N TYF?T
?ratJag; srsanas aad machines fra?a Apply
?SE?, nw.. Waahinft??. D. C. Call toe
MISS ABBOTT. so"*-]!
(,rRi, YoH HOUSEWORK. ??PWarnajTslT
aw. an>3t
?Sa-oT tb - ?irl esritas; ?pPl?"" at
GA?ETY TH BATER het??? 1 snd S p m.
aiiL-a
riOtORBD OIRL TO DO A HALF DAY ?
?ark each dar. Permanent and good wasts.
j'.e Mt. Pleaoant tt.. Apt. C._Ji?s>*tt
YOUNG LADY TO ASSISTILO
is quick and accustomed to fig
ures. Apply 2119 14th st nw.
jy30-7t
Help Wated?Male aad Female.
BRIliHT AND "S?8TLINO BOY OR OrBL
to auswar tcltvpboo? and lea? orfica ?rock;
permanent ? radi baa sad brifbt prtrapecta for
rgtit party. Apply between S and 5 o'clock.
StH C al? ?w I"'*?
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
LARO E NICELY FVKJ?ISHED ROOM; TWO
hada; shits?, la tor two or three; aplaudid loca
?t<aVrn: iauduata ran I. l*e*7 I. ?t. nw._???-?
ONE LAJK5E ?BCONO-^LOOR ROOSt AD
kominf bath; ?icrnity Dnpont Circle; eorar
?ortabry fnialsbad. Pbore North MIL J*Ul-t|
lo?E LARGE BRIGHT SECOND ????
fr , ? mom; wen funiiabed ; near hath, and
within a Stock et Dnpont Clrclav' Phon?
North W!._???_!f
WANTED?KOOMS AND BOARD
LADY WI?H TWO SHALL CBILOS?oT
on? 4 montas old. want? rooaa aad board at
?_, ?bar? cbUdWB caa b? cared for dorin* tb?
day wall? th? lady worts. Addresa TO Hntoart
p?aos, nw.. C'InffaP paiticulara. au*-lt
WANTED-APARTMENT.
r**rUH.1IISHKD.
?AtiTtD AN rNITRNISHE?I aPaM
meat: ? hopus lor infocai?Uoo. nu o at
bw. pboas 9 NM. a-:!-3t
I
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Pelee D?partent.Maia 4000
G? D?putent.Maia ?M?
Deputeeat af Autic?.Main 196
U. S. Secret Sei-ice (night).Caluabia 3396
y. S. Stxret Service (day). Maia MM
U.S. Maril?.. ... ..Hak 2S54
There Are More Homes in the City
Today Than Yesterdayl
New homei are created every day. People move into the
city?our young folk? get married?and the list of the city's
homes grow?.
Do you have property to sell to people who are looking for
a home? Or do you have rooms, apartment? or houses to rent
to people who are not yet ready to buy homes of their own?
To all home-hunters the classified ads bring information.
They look to these ads for offerings?they investigate these offer
ings that'appeal to them?and, when reasonably satisfied, they
buy or rent a? a direct result of the interest in classified ad
vertising.
Send your message through The
Washington Herald Classified
Route.
Phone MAIN 3300
The Want Ad Man.
HEIP WANTED-MALE. HELP WANTED?HULL?
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 Dayi' Furlough Each Year.
PENSION SYSTEM.
Fireman when disabled receives pension of one-half salary.
Fireman killed or diet in service, his widow, child or children
receive pension.
For further information apply Room 3, Municipal Building.
WASHINGTON. D. C
HELP WANTED?FEMALE. HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
Instruction Agency
United States Railroad Administration
Will immediately start another class for the instruction of
women in the TICKET AGENCY BR<ANCH of the transportation
service.
Day class only, 9:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
Cours?! will consume about two months.
A salary of $50.00 per month will be paid during attend
ance. Positions arranged for those who successfully complete
course. Young women 18 to 30 desired. Enrollment blanks
may be obtained by personal application to
GEO. P. J/\MES.
Room 601 Southern Railway Building,
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.
REAL ESTATE.
??t?? Hav a Boom or Inimiiat m
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WDT NOT TODAII
For plat?. Uluatratad boot?, aad Ml par?o
lara about the?? ?tt?? fana?, attract!?? hcaa
site?, and lost price*. Ma or srrita
J. S. TOMUNSON.
XM SUCTBCBN BUM. MAIN TMS.
Six n-w ho<:*ea ao-l tmncalo?? rtady tot la*
ayectJon, fl.HB to It500. ?aaj Una?.
_?od-tf
Careful Investments
Of money io Flrat Detti? ot Tri? (First Mort
mrttgtst OD Wiihiattuo, U. C, Heal IlUU ???
?**?? (ir? Um full ?nteie* promiied aad tb?
return of til th? principio dut, regaidle*? of
tbo Tarrint incom? and value? of otber oecorv?
?eg. W? hive been iuceea?ful_j entated lo
making tboo mfes__?DU for our dienta lor
moro than a quartet of a centurj. Inwot
n.?tf. $250, VrflO to $10.000, at 6 per cent nc*w
reedy for deliiery. Largo investm?*? mad?.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. ?307 15th St.
WANTED?REAL ESTATE,
W ? S ? E D - ElOBT-KOOM HOUSE ?N
northweet ?ection; not oser 16,000; tarma muat
be reasonable and poawtalon tiren by Antust
11. 1?1?. Addir*? SOX 3?, Herald oBlc*. aii?-tt
FOR SaUE-MlSCELLANEOUS.
A HORSE, WAGON AMD HARNESS CHEAIV
g ? at- nw._ani?
fai BAKMON CPBIUHT PIAN 0-fi7
hotanr ca?*.; good ton?; fair condition; oui
prie?, 1179; tatrma V monthly. THE RECHI
CO., Plano Aneas, tit F at. nw. Open until
? p. m._i__
SM DUNHAM, A.ND Cf?. UPt?QHT PIAN?^
mahogany caae; Ao? tone; fln? condition; I
teal bargain; ottr price. MM; tarro? G monthly.
THE HECHT CO.. Piano Ann??, lit F at.
a.w. Open uatii I p. a_Jn?s-tl
ta? WAGNER UPRIGHT PIANO-MAHOO?
?ny caia: ?ood ton?; fln? condition; onr price,
?_; tana? 11.1? week??. THE HECHT CO.,
Piano Annex. 619 F ??. nw. Open natii I p. m.
_jiMI
f_ WESER ????'19-a??.??? OAK SgtU
?nod condition; one toa?; food a? ?Maj; out
?me*. CM: Mnaa; V monthly. THE HECHT
CO.. 7th ?t, ?era I* ?_ aw. (Fourth floor.I
__]?_?..
?G?. ? CAIifcBON l'FRIOHT l_R6~
mahogany caae; fln? toste; good condition; ou?
twice,. t_; tan? IT monthly. THE HECHT
CO., TU. st., mu F ?t. aw. (Fourth floor.)
_ _logtl
NEWSPAPER BOUTE FOB SALE; OOsJi)
?action of northweat; In good condition rat
aonabla terms. Apply CIRCULA TIOJI MAN
eUeSl Herald office._?tylt-li
KB E BRICKi IB Oft DK HIGH
trarla; 1,000 temperatura; F. ?. ?. ear.
Waslingto?. D. C; pne? Mow th. mark??.
Addrest Box 5?, Herald Olle?. ?m?
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
WOOD. CHEAP. DELIVERED OR BRINO
your trucks nr ??fon? to 17th and ? nw. Ask
for WIONALL (th? wood man). Phone. North
?joe. _ iuJXt
WOOD FOB FIREPLACt? BOILER. FUR?
naos snd stessi. Ill par cord. KM per ? cord;
siso spilt kindhaj wood la any Quantity. Call
Lincoln *a*fl for prompt deBo?y._sicbo-ti
?EXTERMINATOR.
BED CB0S9 WAB FOND WILL BENEFIT
by tb? asls of all bus exterminator and door
oil aold br ma? during th? war. Caed by tbe
l". S. so??? ment and ooer 10.000 families (or
tbe last S years. Oil. 15 talion; SV quart.
I'reoent war oa busa by using Hunter's Bug
Extermina ter. Quart botti? W cents; known
eoerywbm; will aot stain bed dothea Of wall
paper; guaranteed to do tbe work or monej re
turned. Hunter's Floor Oil will oil your door;
lestes a polisb (Iniah. fio gallon. Phone
Franklin Uli. Office. 11A Pa. are. nw. Drop
rmtii. Close f p. m. Ay C. T. H. lult-tf
. j J
LOST.
BR<XeOH-WITH CROSS AND CROWN
1 'rtiriatian Science emblem), suiroonded with
! pearls. Beorard for finder. BOX ?, Herald
office. _suSJt
LOST-A BUNCH OF KEYS AT FOt'lt
teenth atreet and New York arenas July 31
between 11 and 12 o'clock. Return to Urs.
?. J. G1FF1N. ITS R at. sw.
LOST-WATCH. OPEN FACE. INITIALS ON
back; chain and Masonic charm; left in
laoatery Second National Bank Buildlnf. Lib
eral reward if retarned to BOOM **", Beonnd
National Bank Building. aul-3t
?*****?? ?
FOR SALE?FURNITURE.
CREDIT "?.,--;-..,?.-, CASH
cash r urniture credit
HOPWOOD'S Popular Prie? Furni
ture and Stove Store. 8th & ? Sts.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.,
Wa build to order any size
retrlsrerator or cooling room.
611 FStN.W. Franklin 2757.
PERSONALS.
PROSPECTS ABC GOOD AND GROW
brighter 1er a noeti heerter btiyinf araaou.
Ben'? tb? resacm. More c>th to be j-?id br
ua for all you will tell of men'i worn orercoata,
??ita, ihoei, anitcaaea, aet chela, ate., to it
mean* that me will expert *on to phone to u*.
JUSTH'? OLD STAND, tV.9 D. au3-lt
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 ?SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS ^c-T*?^
Neroons and Spedai Diseases ot Mea asd Manan.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
G?a Catania. Obssltf. tin?matusa. Cosst'i?
Usa. Pik??. Throat, Lanca, Brain. Heart. Blood
let 8"*_ Dieeesas, Heneas Detain;. Kldae?
""Harases, Bladder Trouble. BpecUJe Blas? Hoi
sosia?. Eruptions. Clears, aad All Pillate Di?
aaaa. Cured lor lila br Sale Mttao?a.
Charges Low. * Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
oais ass?, is to y ? is l. ?as4sn, M to u.
AUTOMOBILES
WsASHlNGTON AUTO EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, TRUCKS,
TRAILERS, STORAGE, TAXIS, AUTO GLASS,
GARAGES, BATTERIES, ETC.
USED CARS.
FINE BESAN. 1*17; SPLENDID ALL-YBa?
car; owner haa.no further um lor ttmt. Pbon?
Columbia tl?._____*
AUTOS WAHTED.
I SELL AUTOMOBILE? BT AUCTION
eserr Saturday, 12 boob. A Quick aad aatie
lactorr metliod. Inquir? for ?pedal rate? ?t
"WEacHLKR'g." KO Pa ??a. nw._
WANTED LIGHT RUNABOUT OB TOOB
lng car; muat ba in good condition ; caa mak?
aubauntlal monthly payment?; iuta mak? and
price and what? caa b? Mea. Addita? A MH
Harald office. !?_??*
TIRES.
3_t3H Diamond ??p_a. tal.?.. Fully |U
tnteed for 3.S00 mile?.
All other aia?, at cut pricM.
CHA8. B. MILLER., INO.
?1 llth at. Four door? north et H.
1,000 mil? gu?rante? in foUowing as?? only
?0x34 . tit,??
NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLY CO..
m tth et ?w.
ACCESSORIES.
THINK Or IT, G.? apot li?h_. %*: $2.1? mir
ror?, $1.50: Ooodnch Tire?, other thin?? just ai
i ? te reatini-, together ?it h a purpose to bt M
decent aa ?? are capable is reader in? you j
belpful ?et vi ce.
Central Auto Supply Co.. Inc.
"Everything for tba Auto.''
IM ??. ?t?. avr. G hone Maio ?CM
MONET TO LOAN.
UONR IO LOAN OH APPIO VED CITI
nal ?stata at lowest curnrnt ntaa; apa??
prlvUepM wilh latpact to prior payattata.
TTLER A BUTHEBFOBD. lae. BT UUttt. U
DINING ROOMS.
A?5HMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
12th and ? N. W. ?*_?
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Price?.
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
Fraa Uoslsg for atoraga.
N. SStS. N. 3MI SMITHS
TRANSFER A HTOK
1.1, HI 8. Night Ph.
Franklin aril.
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOLDTELT FIREPROOF ?TORAO?.
Room?, IQ IB<j Up Hosing and Pacfcta?
UNITED STATES fTORAOE CO. Ut-Ja IMA
?t. aw. PbooM M. t_ ?bb Frantila ??? tf
MOVING "
Wa tarati- lait? piddad no? aad earatal ate?
to bandi? your food?.
PACK CBS of fornitore, ptaooo, o_lna, bri**
brae, ?tc Exr-erier-cr-d mra only.
SHIPPING to all part? of tb? vorld.
STORAGE fot furnittin. puno?, aad boa?
bold ?ood?.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
_PROPOSALS._
OFFICE OK THE COMMISSIONERS, Dis
tri?* of Columbia. Waahington, August 2.
1918. SEALED PROPOSALS ?ill ba received '
at Uh office of th? Sex-re tary of tba Board of
CominiaUonera, Room 511, District Buildin?.
? mtil t o'clock, p. m., August 9, ltlS. for ra*
tubine and repairing two boilers at tha Mc
Kinley Marmai Trainiti? School, at Rhode la
land are. and Seventh atreet nw. Blank form?
of reonoaal, ttpeciflcations and all ???f In
formation may ba retained from tba Chief
Clerk, Engineer Department. Room ttt, Iha
trict Buildin?. LOUIS BROWNLOW. JOHN
?. t>. smear, w. ewnar, ?ardinbr.
Com nd*.oners. D. O. anJ.S.C.7,8.?
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C,
Washington, I? C . July 91, 19UL Sealed pro
p?sala aiti he receited at thia office. Room 511,
District Buildin?. until 2 o'clock p. ra.. Angwat
16, 1918. for fumiahin? and delivmn? 2.130 rec
ord booka for uae in public schools. Specifica
tion? and form ?V propoaal may ba obtained
from Pttrchaain? Officer. D C, Room 3?. Dla
trlct Buildin?. LOUIS BROWNLOW, JOHN
O. D. KNIGHT, W. (iWYNN GARDINKR.
Commimioner!?. D. O. au:,3.5
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. WASH
ln?ton, J n i y S. 1718. ?Scaled ivo-noaala In
duplicate wilt be received at the department
until 2 o'clock p. tn., Wednesday, Augnai 14,
1918, and then opened, for furnishing and lay
in? aewer pipe, lncludin? manholes, complete, at
St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Waahlncton. D. C. In
accordance with i>Iana and ? peci li catione, coplea
of which may be obtained from the chief clerk
nf tbe department Proposai? roust be marked,
"Propesale for furnishing and laying aewer
nip? at St. Elizabeth'? Hoapital," and be ad
dressed to the Secretar* of the Interior, ?. ?I.
HOPKINS, Assistant Secretary. Ju?,aog, 1,2,3 !
AUTO TRUCKS. _
*>rii?NT? Tnvcit msagg-gm ??*
the Famous internal sear drioe Torheoaen
?sie. QIABANT? TRUCK A BODT CO., A4
Pa. aie, nw. L? ?STI.
Ham T*rcKe. IHffftMAL (stA?
drlte. No chains to repair aad replare. Atv
?lutelj suaranteed. GUARANTY TBl'CK *
BODT CO.. Ma P?. ars. nw. h ??. strut
AUTO REPAIRS.
at k.?j?w b?w.
"The naada for the erar ini? .??, patrona?
ot our old ?hop Is hectuas onlr npen auto
mechanics are efflploeed. General repaire on ?11
maltes of rara.
The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop
"B-wrleuced rnechanlca. Prompt ssrotce.
I? D at ?t Uth._Phone ?. Tgl.
ANT SEBV1CB, ANI ?11*. AMI PLACS*
Astrae? ear make and ase repeired or rebuilt
ta?*? (lied while ?/oa wait, ?tanas. BOB
BOX MACKEI. Bl MU at. sa UsMota OH.
_1
AUTO GLASS._
THAT WllibrJHlld.6 replaced while jou wait
R M Taranti?, 1211 ?. ?. eoe. Franklin SMS.
GARAGE BUILDERS.
AB AN BNVHBB PBOl*OSrnON,'tH?
concreta saraso ia liitexcelled. Return? are 20
per cent or better. Write Bow. WILLIAM 8KK
BT. TU ***?*?. at nw. Main MA.
OET A GABAOB THAT WILL? OUTLAST
ano tarase ta ths Market la appearance, dura
tsiit?, ?od prisa ?. T. H. BUN, 111* O sL
aa. Phoae af. Mi.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
?V1KDOW SCRBKN8 ?**???*> SHADES,
WINDOW SHADE?! MADE TO OBDEB.
Best Opaqo. m H. H. Rollers
J. Q. PBEINKEBT. IS? ? aL aa.
_ Phase U UM tfsS
Ready Reference
Telephone Directory.
AUCTIONEERS.
TM ?
DUPLICATING.
~B?TfT BATE? * CO.. Il?CC
Ml? O sL as. Phoae Men, ?B.
?MS-mtm? ?iMia?in. an? aalUas.
BOOK DEALERS.
?BENTANO?*,
I? V St. DW.
Main ML
FLORISTS.
3lO. 0. iBAF
CliiBss Ost tararte.
I Hth at. s?. Phone Main !
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
HAY-WORTH PUBLISHING ??G??,
t.esrral Prlatrra aad I'uhllshrra.
axt-eaa a st. ft. w.
_Phaoae Mala ???**. _
ANDEBSON IKlNTUI. TRA.
rust Hoor. rear. lssT New Tork aia. nw.
_Phone Mats ?Ba._
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
AS?-BLE LOWB,
electrical Contractor. 300? 1 et. nw., Waahln*
too, D. C EoerothiDi Electrical.
ammmt ____> ____ am? tao
_REAL ESTATE.
JOHN f. DONOHOE A SONI,.
Balee, Renta Loess and Inaurane?.
_PI Pa. ara aa Phoae Uae, H.
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPREME OOCatT OF THE DUUULl OK
Columbia. Holding Probate Court. No. ?.333,
Ar?mi?ijtration. Tfaia ia to fife notice tbat the
aubecrtber, wbn wu by the Supreme Court ot
tb? Diatrict of Columbia granted letter? teata
oaentary on the estate of Mary E. Oohee. de
r?aaed, baa. witb the approvai of th? Superni?
Conti of th? Diatrict of Columbia, holding a
Probat? Court, epp-nnted T-iead?}, tbe 27th day
of August, 19)1. at 10 o'clock a. m.. aa tb?
Une. and aaid Court room aa th? plac?, for
making payment and di-tribuUoo from said
catate, under tb? Oourt'e direction and control,
when and where all creditori and peraon? en
titled to diatrlbutlT? aliare? or legaci??, or the
reaidue. or part? thereof, are notified to attend.
in peraoo or br agent or attorney duly au
thorized, with their clalma against tb? eatate
properly Touched. Qiren under nir band thia
3Mb dir of .? ilv, lt.*. THE WA-SHINUTON
LOAND AND TRVST COMPANY. THOMAS
BRADLEY. Vic? Prealdent. Atteet: (Seal) W.
CLARK TAYLOR, Deputy Regster of Will?
Probat? Court.
WANTED TO BUT.
BOND? BOCOST; PARTIAL FATMKsT UU
cttpte cwbet; ?BUM pan*??? t.la?naa ?
marni ; loa?? ?? botada ?ad htttt iilalMal
???Milid; ?rilck /?Baiata: ?tau tskat ye? ??at
lar ?hat t*? ??a, ?iirem BOX n. B?talo
oflla?. antat
wiu. cali. iU Mi ?aial?_i_> i?ro
??Ml?, Ott? or ?abort???, ?ai pas rog ttft ?s?
priora tar la??'. atBt?taa'?, ttalfc-1l dt?
oardad aiata?a, ?d ?B dtaartpttoaa. i Battu
r_t.i or p?ona. 1 trtll ?ail L MC*. 1? TU
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FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tolteni.
Gude Brot. Co. 1214 F Street.
_ fiant? ?arla ___?? ??na?!, _
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Matnbsn by iBsiUtJoa KattoasU ?ehxtai Uar
Uriana. Barrir?? ?stsdatad ?a all Bart? ?f ta?
United Stata? lay ?pedal reprcaentadvaa.
Telephone A ?*al>U?B?d_l
Main 5512-~.*. JB?Bh. ??<?>
17S0-M Pa. jff&fiumh- A??l?Unt
Avenue. _4_?__??_|_____ Chapel
W. W. Cbambti?. U. P. Cbeohtn.
' W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Chap?n St. N. W.
Modi? Cbaprl. Dar ot Nifbt. Phon? CoL tt?.
Wa Cm Automobil? Banlca Eicluaitel;.
DIED.
APPLER?Suddenly, on Thuradiy.
Auguet 1. 1918. at 2:? p. m.. FLOR
ENCE, beloved daughUr of th?
late Orlando M. and Mary David
eon Appier.
Funeral today at 1:46 p. ??, from
her late realdenoe, (14 A ?treet
?outheaat. Interment at Mount
Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore. Md.
BROWN-Suddenly, on Thuraday. Au
guet 1. 1(18, at ?JO a. m., at the
home of her ?on. Nelli 8. Brown.
3d. 304 Che?tnut lane, Edgeworth,
Pa., Mra. NEILL S. BROWN, Jr.
Funeral ?ervlce? at 8t_ John'? Epis
copal Church, Washington, today
at 1 p. m.
BUNTEA-On Friday. Auguat 1 1*18.
JEANETTE STRYKER. beloved
wife of Emmet E. Bunyea.
Funeral from her late realdence,
1521 A atreet northeaat. on Monday.
Auguet ?. at 10 a. m.
DAVIS-On Friday. Augjjat 2. UU. at
J:30 a. m.. HARRY E. DAVIS,
aged 41 yeara.
Funeral notice hereafter.
EARNER-On Thuraday. AuguM 1.
1918. at 4J0 p. m-, MICHAEL
WILLIAM. Inf.uit ?on of Patrick
J. and Marlon K. Earner ?nee
White!, aged 11 monthe ? ?laya
Funeral totlay at t p .m., from hi?
l.areut?' realdence. 92? Twenty
fifth ?treet northweat. Relatlvea
and frienda Invited.
UORDON?On Thursday. Auguet 1.
IMS, MARTHA JANE ine? Gib
eon), beloved wife of Robert M.
?lordon and bsflotred daughter of
Kate and the late Jamea Glbaon.
Funeral from her late realdence.
1218 D ?treet ?outheaat. today at
I p. ro. Frienda and re la ti vea In
vited to attend.
GRIFFITH?On Tueisday. July a*.
1918. at ? a. m.. at her realdence.
1704 Fourth ?treet northweet, after
brief Ulne??, which ?he bore wltn
<*hri?tlan fortitude. MAGGIE M?.
beloved wife of George ?J. Grima?
and devoted mother of Perry A.
and Allan A. C. Griffith, loving
daughter of John Brown. ?i?ter of
Robert E.. John C. Edn? Harden
and .Tame? Ru??ell Brown and
?l?ter-in-law of Emma C. Cohurn
Funeral tomorrow at t o'clock from
Zion Baptist Church. F atreet be
tween Third and Four-and-a-half
?treet? ?outhwe?t. Relative? and
friend? Invited.
JOHNSON-On Wednesday. Julv tt.
1918. at 5:30 p. m.. BEATRICE
widow of William H. Johnson and
mother of Herbert F. Johnaon.
Funeral from W. W. Deal funeral
parlor today at 1 p. m. Friends
and relative? Invited to attend. In
terment at Congressional Ceme
tery,
KING?Departed thl? life Thur?d?y.
August 1. 1918, at 1:J0 o'chick, at
hi? residence. 1417 Ninth ___**
northwe?t. IaOUIS 8TLVESTER.
beloved hu?band of Llxrle M. King.
He leave? four ?'?ter?, one brother
and a ho?t of relative? and friends
to mourn hi? departure.
Funeral tomorrow at 1 o'clock, from
Third Baptist Church. Fifth and Q
?treet? northwe??. Rev. G. O.
Bullock. pa?tor.
n'NEIIala?On Friday? Augttat ?. UI8,
after a lincering illnea?. JOHN F..
beloved husband of Sarah J.
O'Neill ?nee ChildsV aged 72 year?
Funeral from his Iste realdence. 1117
Penn?vlvanla avenue ?outhea?t. on
Mondav. August 8. at 2 p. m. Rela
tive? ?nd friends invited to attend
Interment at Congreaalonal Ceme
tery.
PK \cnrK-Fuddenly. about 5 o'clock
la the morning. Thuraday. August
1 1918, at her residence, 918 Eigh
teenth ?treet northweat, VIR
GINIA TATNALL. daughter of
the late John B. Peacock and Vir
ginia T. M. Peacock of Philadel
phia.
Interment at Woodland Cemetery.
I
That Rookie from the 13th Squad. By p. l crosby
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THE IMPRESSION 0?B8 TRIED-TO
CONVEY TO THE 5?L/A0 AFTGf?
WALKifx6 !________
Tife /Mf RE?tf ?ON THe ?ttl/AP 60V
MID.
Philadelphia. Pa. today at >
?. sa. (FhtUdalphla papers please
copy.)
WireON-On Thursday. Anaust 1, ISSt.
at 1 p. m.. ROBERT WTLBON. be
loved huaband of I?ate Wfiaoa.
left te a-wra his low a ts/rtme
arila, otas dau-rhter. one son and
two stapdauahtera
How hard ws tried to seva hl?.
Prayer? aad taars wars all In vaia.
Happy angels cams aad bars him.
from this world of ?rief and pal n
BY THE FAMILY.
Pu?era 1 today at 2 o'clock from his
lata residence. TO Twenty-fourth
street northwest.
DEATH RECORD.
Laaa B. Loes. H rear?. SO Newt? st BW
Beairloa Jihaisa, n. Tahare-UaM HaatataL
Tlereoee X Prier. ?. Ml A st. ae
Aron ?. Kant. M. Mama Ar I?carabi?
FI ib ates Haaai. a. Ossasi? Bussasi.
Harro ?. Daslt. O. Tnliirailnii MOSSO
viriea Patt. I ?swatha CMMna's ??aiasil
COLORED.
Robart Wlleoa, A. TS T-eentj-ftmrth St. BW.
?ssaia Odasi, a. Garnetd BoapHal.
John U. WlUk, O. Tabsroulosla Borsata!.
Mamie Maeoo, tS. 81 C st. sw.
Harry Brown. 1 daj. Ja? ? et. aw
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Junas T. aad
Jemas R. aad
Victor A. and
Henean B. and Moine Looett. siri.
Bdward ?. sad Mary ?. Kennedy, hoy
Prank ?. and Both ?. Jones, hoy.
Josa aad Hanroetta OissBhnm. hay.
Lu?? M. aad Aanie M. Oraam. itrt.
Frank r. aad Bessie B. Prserr_i. hoy.
Wa. J. and Leon M. Brswer. hoy.
CeoU ?. aad Bertha ?. Alasander. fot
COLORED
Joseph sad Uarsaxet Wrilht. ?tiri.
Bernard L. ?nd Mary A. Tamas, hay.
Andrew sad Katie Chaae. flrt.
Hairy T. aad Boss Brown, hay.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WBJTB.
John Weelie Prsther. M, U. ? ?.. aad
DcaojIAy a Lesela, ?. Waachost?. Beo. Wm.
Edwin rranlltn Cassia?.. ?, Chica?. IB.
snd Ialllaa Doyle, M. WasMastoa, Bei. M.
J Bliailaa
'Harald B. Wllllssss. ?. aad Atabes T. Ba
ron, s. hoth ol Caithaas. Ma. Baw. Chea
Wood.
John Lesaaid Beer. O, Dana-Ule. HL. aad
Irene L. Baser, O. Gladstone. Mach. Bee. T.
B Daria
Joseph BaUmet]. ?. Alrsaadrla, Ya. aad
Mre, Anne J. Andeos?, M, Domfn??, Va.
Baw. L. B. BahHtt
Bmdlo Dltoto. 23, ?ad Anne Dito*., TI. beta
al Waahinrt?. Bee. M. M. Oarto.
Bay WUbus apear, 11. Broto)?. H. T., aad
Man? Glim??. ?. Kama. ?. ?. Bee.
}. r. Bussa.
Bassa, ti. neuer. M. aad Dorothy A. Berta.
S. hoth of Wiubuurtoa. Bas?. Jaraee W. Many.
Jaata Wa. ?? Bnen. O, aad Elisabeth ?.
Fa::, brth at Pluiedeliaue, Pa. Bee. J. W.
Glenn O. Allee. M. Washlastoa. aad Ulken
Cornell, ?. Alton. IU. Bee. Kreeieo Bohrer.
Arthur A. Deeia ?. and Mary U Wetael.
S. hoth of Wsahlnst?. Bee. J. B. Jeffriee.
Pranlt B. Cahun. ?. MtMa. sad Nellie
T. 8tsll. H. Btohpatcol. Va. Bee. F. Aahrar.
?ama? C. Taylor. S. ?. ?. ?., ?nd Mil
dred ?. Earn. ff. Waariinit? Bee. C.
Abbat*
Beary W. Draper. ?I. ?ad Elisabeth A
Kohl. Bl both of Weehlnfton. Be?. Hobart
Talbot.
William A. Itit*. A, PurceUonie. Va. ?
R'iih E. Boosh. IS. Watartord, Va. Bee. J.
W. Many.
Samuel Flowers, m, ani Beber? Aoton, ?.
hoth of WashmsVwj. Bee. Wm. O. Beau
("heater M. Hemm. S. ?nd Minnie M. Ane
ti???, B. both of (edaiis, Mo. Bee. O. B.
Hiidaon.
Tr? C. Wood. a. Troatmia?, Va., aad
L?jo.:? M. Ha?a, t. Boaneke. Va. Bee.
A. B Bird.
OsrJe O W?rter. S. and Myrtle I. Wrlftst.
?. both of Book; Point, Vs. Baw. T. IB
Deoie.
Kenneth ?. ?p?p ?. ? lasara. H Y., aad
Haaea C. Fr?a B. New York. N. Y. Baw.
J. B. fraiier.
OOLOBED
Buntlry W. G??. "H, sad Ma? 8. Wood, B.
both of mtSSmmm-SSA Be?. ?. B. Jack???.
Leoria Barton. S. aad Maud Brown. 8. hoth
of Washington. Bee. John Bichead.
Joseph Harria, a. and M>"7 L. Yoans?. &,
both of *.*?aahlnstoo. Beo. Jaanee J. O'Connor.
J?m?e H. Baker. ?. OirWt t>urtboii?e. Va..
and Edfle B. tcSenoe, ?*. Balli Halb, Ya
Bee. Jamas M. Austin.
William C. Cbrlatian. S. end Medeiene ?
Abby. SI, both of Weshmstoa Be?. J. ?
Mattbews.
Jamea Henderaon. S. and Eoelyn Adama, ?
both of WeehlrartoB. Beo. Wm. J. Bmoka.
Clararce Buaaell. ?, Otirmbia. ? C. ?ad
H.rah On. St. Charlotte. S. C. Beo. Wm. J.
Howard.
Gears? C. Wehster. ?. ?nd Grew Y. H?v
lend. B. both of Waehinetloa Bee. J. P.
G nene.
Rarroood Weat. II, aod Verlina Prece?, M.
both of Waahinston. Reo. ?. ?. Hannen.
Eb--?A Tali Loaf Air Ffifkt
London, ? uff. 2.?? ? Airplane
fiig-ht from London to Sydney, New
South Wales, via Marseilles. Rome,
Greece, Cyprus, Palestine, Baa-dad.
Calcutta and the Malay archipelago
la being discussed br British avia
tion experts.
MUNICIPAL PIL?
BOSTON'S PLAN
FOR COAL SALE
Mayor Peters Would Insure
Poor with Supply for
Next Winter's Use.
Botrton. Maatv, Aug. ? -Tbe poor
will not ?utter from lack ot coal la
thl? city If Mayor Patar* tea hia
way.
Ha stand? aquarely bahlnd tk?
movement te put Bo? to? la the ooal
bualneaa by eatabUablQjg a I?ill?Hal
coal pila with a minimum ef li.u?
tana. Ba haa already ?tra?a up ?
tentativa plan far Ua diatrlbuting
center? where the paar caa bay coal
In SO or 100-pound lot? aad the raa ?or
aaya ha ?nil taka tha matar of getting
a ?upply for th? municipal coal pila
to W??hington befoT? te ?till ha??
laat winter*? condition exiat acata.
Thia action, according to the atayar.
?rill not ba taken unie?? no aatlafee
tlon can ba obtained locally.
Local Fuel Admlnl?trator JasaM J.
Storrow waa of tha opinion at flrat
that auch aa extra allotment of coal
for thia dlatrlct ?raa impo??lbl? ate
then It waa ?uggente, by a amaine
of tha council committee that the
?upply for the municipal coal Plia M
taken from tba dealer?' ?llos??en ta
Deal far Paar.
"Ther* mutt be ?~?thing ?on? la
the way of getting aoal for tita
poor," aald tha mayor. "I dos t
think we ahould trouble ouraels?a
about tho?? people who can buy _
ton lota or to buy low corobs__bl?
ooal until we caa find aut whether
wa can set s?teerd coal. I hav?
thought tbat If wa caa * get li.???
ton?, pat tt la baga, either ta. te
distributed or aold at ?tatlon? and
aa near coat aa paaatbla wa weald
be doing a great publia ?et ?lot. Ite
whole Idea ia to get tba coal and
; hold it for aa emergency
"It la lnconcelveble to think that
the government would ??* favor thm
plan of tbe city of Boston of ae
curing a ?upply of coal for Ita citi
ten? Such a demand ahould re
ceive priority over all order? for Boa
ton.
T? Prevest nltlntl
"I am going through with the pro
ject, for I believe tt la dutrnctly ta
the Intereat of the people, and I
want to prevent, if poaalblc th? d'e
tre?? of laat winter."
For the delivery of coal the city.
will have the help of men aad wag-'
on? from the public worfca depart-,
ment, for the winter month? And",
plenty of city employee ta thia de
partment Idle. It la sjulte probable
a citjr oficial win be appointed ta;
act aa coal commUwiooer te look
after distribution
Although the mayor aaka for a
minimum of I5.?wi tona of coal ha
?tate? that thl? may have te bat
doubled. It I? not the Intention of
the city to compete with local deal
I era; therefore a limit of Kin pound?
will probably be put on all par..'
cha?
POTATOES ARE HIGHER.
ON FaMR PRICE LIST
____________
Grade One Go from 62 to 65.:
Grade Two 5 Cent? Up.
Potato?? weat up on the fair price
lirt published yesterday by the Dis
trict Food Administration
Grade one. the beet on the market.''
?ruoted last week at alrty-two cent?
are alxty-flve today, while grade
two have jumped ave centa oa the
peck. Laat week the latter were
forty rente the peek (IS pounda).
thi? week they are forty-five.
The Food Administration urge?
th?t all housekeeper? report to th?
local office violation? of the fair
price list. All ?uch complaint? will
be thoroughly Investigated, officisi?
of the Administration ?tat?, and
thoae found guilty will be ?everely
punUhed.
Our merchant? are keeping atep
with the eplrit ef theae day?. They
serve the n?tlon through ""In* the
peuple?through merer?? .* ueeful
thing? rm the smallest poaelbla margin
of profit.
Official Fair Food Price List
To the Householders of the District of Columbia:
Below are given the fair prices on ?tapie food eommisdltlea. If
your dealer charges more for ?ny item? than those listed below pl?ae
report and ?end your ?ale? ?Up, if possible, to Clarence R. Wilson.
Federal food administrator for the Dl?trlct of Columbia. ?01 Slxteentb
street northwest.
Retailer Co?aaa.ir
Coma, odi ty Pay? MtoaM Pay
fTVGAK.
Per 100 Ite. Par lb.
Granulated, bulk or package.17.45 ".2* $ "?S t -?*
Brown . 7.80 .tl*a_ .0?
WHEAT FLorrt.
Per bag. Per bag
24?.-lb. bag._ 1.10 tM ft?
12-lb. bag. .74*. .Tt .tl
?-lh. bag. .1*?* .41 .41
Broken lota, per lb. Not more thaa .01%
WHEAT FLOCR *G???1?G?_?.
Per lb. Per lb.
Barley flour._ Not more than 0T
Corn flour. Not more than jM
Cornmeal. white, bulk.0414 .0414 .tt .??
Rice, fancy whole bead.10 .11 .11 .11
Rice. Blue Rose.tt .??*. .11 .11%
BREAD?Vie??? Leaf. Machia? Made.
Three-quarter pound. .0T .tt
Oa? pound. .01 .Ot
CREAMERY BfTTF.R.
Per lb. P?rlb.
Beat table first?, tn print?.4T .41 .11 .tt
In carton?. 1 cent higher.
Process, in prints. .41 .41 .4? .4?
In cartons. 1 cent higher.
Bi rrrii scbstttttk?.
Per lb. Par lb.
Oleomargarine .IT .It .2t .14
Nut oleomargarine...24 .11 ,2t .14
LARD.
Per lb. Par lb.
Pure. In tub?.It*. .2? .11 .It
Compound .24 .It .IT .It
BACO***.
Per lh. Per lb.
Whole piece?.tt .44 .41 .41
Sliced, la bulk. .41 41
Sliced. In carton?. .11 .tt .tf .to
Per lb. P?r lb.
Who.? .It .11 .11 M
MOI,
Per do?. Per do*.
Select, freah. candled: none ?mall or
dirty; ahould weigh not lea? than
20 ounce? per dosen.4t .4? .tt .tt
Current receipt?: candled; none trery
?mall, very weak or very dirty;
?hould weigh not leca thaa 20
ounce? per dozen.41 .41 .44 .tl
CHBMk
Per lb. Per lb.
American, whole milk. .17 .11 ?? .11
Half-pound lota. .It
Quarter-pound lota.. .It
??Aita.
Per lb. Pw lb.
Dried lima.1?_. .It** .1_?4 .It
POTATOES.
Dried aavy.11J4 .14)4 ?.?.. .?
Dried pinto.ttH .WVt .11*4 .11%
Per IS pound? (1 pack).
?I*, a grade. No. 1. .tl .tt
tU. S. grade. No. 1. " .II .4? .41
?White potato??. U. S. grade. No. 1: minimum ?ite. 114 Inetea la
diameter; free from damage cauaed by dl?ea?e or laaecta; free from
cut? and brulaea.
tWhlte potatoes. V. B. grade. No. 2: minimum ?Ile 1U l?ctea I?
diameter: free from aerlou? damage. "Should laclude no ?tock which
1? not of dedrabie quality, both for market and for table urn. and
?hould be ef fair average al?e."?Department of Agriculture. Bulletta
No. Til.

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