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Telephone Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
HERALD WANTS
-___-__
If you at-rvertisved that lost article promptly
it would probably be ret?roed to yea?for
most people are honest.
Published every day la the year
by The Washington Herald Com
pany at 4JS-4.? Eleventh street.
Washington. O. C
Telephone Exchange ? Cart Main
MM. (For elaaalfled advertlaemenu
aak -for Branch 1).
Member Audit Bureau ot Circula
tion.
CLASSIFIED KATES
W_atad Bat?.
f? Sato Socas?..
waatad _gl?Wan ?is?-?
ONE
CENT
A
WORD
(Mta?nta
Chais?, ?cl
?e. Sam. ad.
itH? tins, We. Osa torn ??*
1 em* pw mera each inserti"?? or three coa
??<???? liaaatiuaa tot th? sn?? al taro.
All Other t'laaaiaeatloaa?
Per Litte?
I ?M ._???-?.? ??
S t_a? comaftlsaly.m.12 cent?
S Oma? inaaiti ?fly.?.?.10 ?rat?
T**a? rrmeetntlit'.-j. t emu
V ?wman ttmm eonaerutis.lr.tonta
Mlalm ? tat? ttaea
?TOM???> MEPREgEMTATrs?;?
TBC 8. (V BECKW1TH SPECIAL AUK.NCT.
Um? loa* Ott?._...Trita?? Blda.
?? mag? Ottica.-..Tribun? Bid?.
Pana?! O?*.....? Ford Bid?.
St. I?da ?J??......Third Mat?lai Bank Bids
HELP WANTED?MALE.
TWO MALE DISHWASHERS, SI. A WEk.HL:
"o Siindw work. CENTRAL BE3TAI" RANT.
MS Tta ?t. nw. ?uiVlt
saVBBAL MEN FUR CASi.lLINE-nU.INU
stano?? PENN OIL, CO.. Rfswljn, V?. anS-Tt
???t_5=~"a?t6 Waj?oJ? bal V fetta
PENN Oli? OO . Roeat?, Ta. a?Tt
WANT_>-C(WIXJCTOI__~A?D
motormen; wages 32 cents per
hour far 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
30 years: permanent employment
to men of good character. Apply
2 ?. m? THE CAPITAL TRAC
TION CO., 36th & M st.. nw.,
Washington, D. C.
?_ mo.tu.thu
? Special Edition Solicitors.
I WANT???TWO A 1 SPECIAL EDITION
ADVERTISING MEN AT ONCE; GOOD
COMMISSION.; FOR APPOINTMENT DORP
CARD TO BOX 37X CABE THE WASHINU
TON HERALD. aitt-tt
WANTED-A TAILOR AND Bl ?HELM AN
*H Tt?. nw. HORN, th? Tailor. silt
BOT WANTED TO WORK FROM I A, si.
to ? pi a. ?sita eo? boor for breakfaat. Ap
pli CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT, Betakl
olfim_ JnSl-tf
WANTt?-BRtOHT ?oCng boy. Ott SEt
tled ?aaa to leant teal eatat* posine??; collect
mil: tide ?a?cycle or Merci?. BOX Ml.
Herald office au*-4t
WANTED-A PU7MBER. 15? NINTH ST.
nsr. ?nil St
DRIveas AND HELPER;j WANTED rob.
tea cream deliterr srafon? ?nd ?utoraobilea;
?ettled men pr?(?rrel. THE CABBT ll'fci
?BEAM CO., |g D ?t. ?._]n?-tl
L.AB0RERS FOR WAREHOUSE
work; $3.63 per day. Apply to
Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
tts. ne. tf
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
$3.63 Per Day.
^ Apply to the Timekeeper,
?AMERICA RAILWAY
EXPRESS CO..
2nd and Eye sts. ne.
WANTED-BOT TO SERVE HERALD
raaa. Apt?.? Mr. iXiCRTNEY. I ?i at- nw
_at
WANTBD - BRAKEMTn ff?R POTOMAC
sard. SS centa per boor: ?lao car recsurrorn.
machlniaU. helper?, carprntcta, freight trake
man. ajenien and other occupation? at sariou?
point?. PenneslsanJa Railroad. Appi? Ml New
Irrer, a??. a?._mjlStf
~B?Twanted?one with
ordinary school education to
learn printing trade. Excellent
opportunity for wide-awake
boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m.
to FOREMAN. Herald office.
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._tf_
BOT WANTED TO SIkVE HERALD
not?. Appi, til ?h at._?njls-t.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE
?????.? ASSISTANT WITH SOME KNOWL
?dj? ef aliiia?iaphr ?nd tspesmtln?. State
?f?. ?xperieisc? and salary expected. iiir>-lt
WANTED-A ?ilRL FOR DINING ROOM
wort; amali boardins h ?*e. ilia. M. E.
??G?. If Cattati at as?._?uWt
??7ANTED-TEN OIRL8 TO LEARN TYPE?
spritaas: laaana? aad machine? free. Appir
MS E at. a? . Waahlniton. D. C. Call (or
MISS ABBOTT. _ an!?
GIRL r\>& HOUSEWORK, tas Warne sfT
Young lady to assTsTwH?
is quick and accustomed to fig
ures. Apply 2119 14th st nw.
_jy30-7t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
' tVOMrOBTABLA, RO.IM FOR SINGLE ?JEN
? ?flin la ?ait apartment tit? block, ?eat
of Stata. War aad Narr bulkflnf; electric
Shhhs Phooe Wot SC?._ ?isS-lt
FOR REST, 8l"%_RBA>*-FtRNI?Hl_5
a room, with katch?i. dinins room, parlor
Ianni?*??: ?ominal rent to ?at?ac?7 ?arty.
TtOOM IS. IIW ? at-____"*?
ONE LAst?? StOXsn-rLOOS BOOM Atf
Jou?c balk; sfcinltj Drtpont Circi?, na.
? fortab? farnMh?? Phon? Ngrth Stil._ Jull-tf
?NE I-ABGB BRIGHT SECOND FLOOR
flsmt nom: well farn?fd ; near bath, and
vttbls * bloo? ' af Dupont Orclw. Phon?
Notili ?SU._ J?If
_DINING ROOMS.
ASH??RE~TI?TEL AND CAFE,
12th and ? ?. W. ?3G?
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Ganti??sen. Popular Prices.
It's a Business Matter!
"Keeping boarders" is a busmen subject to ihe same
rules of efficient management which other businesses re
quire.
If you have learned how to please your patrons, how
to serve them well and still make a reasonable profit, you
are in a position to make advertising "pay."
For, through classified advertising, you will be able
to do the maximum volume of business possible with your
resources and equipment. There is no other policy through
which the business of "keeping boarders'' may be man
aged efficiently and profitably.
Call Up Main 3300
?And Ask for the Want Ad Man
REAL ESTATE.
Careful Investments
Of mooej la Fir? Dm* af Xrurt (Flat Hort,
gagta) ce Wubioftoa. L>. C. ?*??! Utata ?!?
???>? H*? tb? fall lntfr-Mt pr?nlMd end tb?
retan of tl tb* prtortpl? due, icgwdle? o?
the WTlni bicorne? and tftlues of other gec-ort
tien Wt hart b?? aacc??fu:i7 encafed tn
tmikiof tbcM uif?stn?Dti for our cttrota Ho
mere tX-aa a quarter cf a century. Infiel
Tnent?, USO, COO to $10.000. at ft per cent DO"
rasdy for delifcry. Larga aiMUBnta ?W?I
WM H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. 807 15th St.
Bom? Car s Base ar ????auM-it a?
G\BIN JOHN PARK!
WUT MOT TODAS t
Fai plats, Uluatntrd book?, aad tan partkn
bra at-fat Uuaa ?ttla fana, attnetlra be
??tea, aad low prica?. ?oa or ?STtts
J. S. TOMUNSON.
A? SOUTHERN BLDO. MAI.?? T44S.
Six a?? house aad b?ngalo?? K*df for in
?tecticn, n.itO to tS.??. Em? terme.
eoi et
WANTED?REAL ESTATE.
? A ? ? B D - EIUHT-BOOM HOL'riE IN
n.rthwaet section; not oter 16,00ft. tenu mu?t
ht? reasonable aad dotm?an gt-rin by August
31. ?91*. Aure? TtOX jflO. Herald office. >u*tf
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL 111 MT UNLETTERED AOTO
mcblle. oit? or Mburbes, aad so? tou hllhra?
I prie*? lor i.dx*'. ssathaua'?, ekUdna'? (Ua
I carded cOthiiig, af an ilaii rlptlnna Addraa
p???u< or phone. I will ?all E. KICK. 1?? Ttk
et. aw. N. ira.
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
M AHOI! ANY D E EH 9 ER. CHIFFONIER,
drrtatng table, chair, rock,*-?, braas bad.
??ri?a and matti.?., likr s.w. BOOK STOKE,
Ml nth ?t. dw . h?. 12 and 3 p. m. auS-M
FOR S?XE^TES?liK?THiC BL'SIMJetJ.
?hot? or part: writ estibllibed ; euinpped.
'??i:?'l, most favorably known. Addrca? BOX
At. H.rel.l office._au?-?
?Si BAKUUN LPltlUHT FIAN O-MA
h gaay caa.; good too.; fair condition; our
prie, ?IT); term? t? month*?. THE HECHT
CO., Piano Annas. 4ZS F at. nw. Open until
? p. m._ ?cat-tt
ter? BUBI AND to. ITkfijttT PIANOS
mah'taD? cat?; fino tone; ?no condition; a
r-a? barsain; onr prior. 1339; term. ?*7 month'j.
THE HECHT CO.. Piano Annex, *U r* ?;.
B.w. Open until 9 p. m. "uM-ti
?? WAUNER LPRIHHT PIANO-MAHOO
? !iy cue: fnod tone; fin. condition; our ?arie?,
$196; term? tl.*? weekly. THE HECHT CO..
Piano Annex. 61S G it. nv. Open until ? p. m.
. ^^^^ JuM-tf
S35 WESER PIANO-GOLDEN OAK CASE:
good condition; fln? ton.; (nod u now* onr
price. S210; term?; V monthly. THE HECHT
CO, Tta ?t. nera r et. aw. (Fourth floor )
JnM-tt
ta? ?. ? CAM EBON UPRIGHT PIANO
mahosanT cue; Ane tone; sood coodition; our
prie?, CU; t-rni? ?7 monthlr. THE HECHT
CO.. tth it, near F at. bw. (Fourth floor.)
_juOtf
NEWSPAPER ROUTE FOB SALE; MSB
?ectlon of nortbacit; ia good condition rea
?nnible term?, Appli CIRCULATION MAN
A'jER. Herald office. my lS-tf
WOOD FOR FIREPLACE, BOILER. FC*C
naca and ?tore, $18 per cord. M-50 par H cord;
alto spile kindling wood la any quantity. Call
l.inr-oln 3831 for prompt d?lirer?/. mcb4-tf
MONET TO LOAN.
SIO."?f**ft TO LOAN O?4 APPROVED C?T?
real ??tal? at lower? currasl rats?; ??peclaJ
prlrilegcw with rwrprct to prior paymenta
TYLERABUTHERFORD. Inc.. tniNhat. It
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.,
We build to order any size
refrlgprator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
FOR SALE?FURNITURE^
CASH 17...?S..a-ia CASH
credit r urnuure credit
HOPWOOD'S
Popular Price Furniture ?nd Stove
Stori*. Sth and ? Sta. N. W.
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
?G??^?? rrm Uoring for storage.
aSilr? ! "*?. ?tt N. ?44. BlIITH?
TRANSFER * STOR
IO . 911 ?. Night Ph.
Franklin ?11.
SAFETY FIRST."
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF ?TOBAOS.
Room?, M and op. Uortraj aad 1'icking.
UNITED STATES UTORAU? CO.. 4S-S 10th
?. nw. Phone? U. 429 and Franklin AM. tf
MOVING
We fomlah larse padded ran? and earafal ara
lo b.nd'e your good?.
PACKER? of (omitan, ptano?, ?ftls?,
One, etc. Experienced ?ara oaly.
SHIPPING to ?II part? of tt? world.
STORAGE (or In
bold ?
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WINDOW SCREBKe AWT" SHADE"*.
WINDOW SHADES MADS TO ORDER
S'? Oiwoa? os a. B. Ro?ara.
J. O. PBEINKERT. UD8 H tt. aa.
Phoaa U UM
REMEMBER THIS!
. Never Take a Chance! Phone
Pale? Depart_ent. . ..Main ?MOO
Fit? Depart-ent. .Main ?SOOO
Depart-eat of Jastice.Mak 196
U. S. Secret Senrke (light)........Columbia 3396
U. S. Secret Serrice (day).....Maia MOO
US. Manful.....Man 2854
_LOST._
LOBT-aa IN CASH; ?11 W IN CASH; ONE
lady'? kimono tiluert at ?I; atx Ulk ahlrta
ralued at ?; ana jarda ot crepe d? China
?alued at SS Loat win:? in Emen-encj Boats
t_ Mr?. CHAS. LEBARIO, I ? at. aa
B_M*
Herald
a.iJ-Jt
LEGAL NOTICES.
IM TU SUPREME COIBT OF THB DIS
tri? ot Columbia holding an ?quit; term.
Equity No. MOM. In l?: Henrr Irwin ?aoldman.
TUa ia to si*? notice that the applicant abose
mast ba? M a petition la th? Supreme
sirt at tb? Dtattiet of Columbia for th? pur
se?? of chanci.? hia name from Henry Irwin
Gotdasaa to. Henry Irwin Ooleman. Ail per
s?? inteteited an directed to appear In aald
court and ?bos? cau?? oa or before Anriet ?.
UM. If aar they hats, why tb? application of
?he ?aid pacitincer ehotild not ba granted.
HENRY IRWIN GOLDMAN JuS>.aul2~
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF THE COMMI SS ION EBB, Dis
trict? of Colomb.?, WoahJ-fton. Aufutt t,
1*1*. SEALED PROPOSALS will be reeeived
at th? office of the SecrtUr- of the Board of
Commi-rionef*. Room 611. Diatrtct Building.
until f o'clock, p. m., August 9. 1911, for r-?
tubing and rrpairinc two bollen et tbe Mc
Kinley MannaJ-TraiDiiiaf School, at Rhode la
land afe. and 8eT?t_ atreet nw. Blank forma
of nropoMl, ?*?*? flrat inn? and all necvaoarr in
forma?on mar be obt*i.Md fmn tbe Chief
Clerk. Ekifineer Dercrtsent, Room tr, Dl*
trlct Buildlnf. LOUS BROWNLOW, JOHN
O. D KICIGBT. W. GWYHN GARDINER,
Cooitnlwioaei?, P. C. au3.5,f,T.(,9
OFFICE OT THE OOMMiaSlONKRS. D. c..
Wwhmit?n, D. C. July SI. 191ft Sealed pro
pm**lf will be rvceired at thi* office. Room 111.
Dlatrict Build?n*. untai 3 o'clock p m., Aufuet
1*. 1*1 S. for forniahlnc and -i'lu-rmg 1199 rec
ord booka for ate Id rubile iwhoola. Speddca?
tiona aod fona of pro-poeal mar be obtained
from Paireiiaunf Officar, D. C. Room 320. Dis
trict Building. LOI ?? BR??WNI?\V. JOHN
O. D KNIGHT. W. GWYNN GARDINER.
C(xmn .?*? ?-sera, D. C a~2.Xt
DEPOT QIWKTERMASTERS OPKICK, U.
A A.? Waahinctoa. D. C. Sealed protiaeaU
will be i-wcef-ed her? until ? a, m.. Auiuat ?,
MRS, for eaftinff, making ?nd trimming unifr-ma
for ?ffVer? ot ?he nnr.y (taring the n_e_l year
1919. Information on. spoliation,
_ au5.e.7J.15.lt
I
PERSONALS.
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
?304 SEVEmiENTH STREET.
? OVER 30 YEARS g-_S ??-?
! Net?ua aad Spadai D?u?? of Ut? uri Hoi
Means Health to You If Yoa Suffer
From Catarrh, Obaaitr, RheumatUcn, Cooatina
tloo. Pile?. Throat, Luna?, Brain. Heart, Blood
and 81? Dlaeaaea, Nersou? Debilit?, Kid?*??
Diaesuea. Bladder Trouble, Spedile Blood Pot
atati nf. Eni tiona. Ihn, and All Prttat? Dia
mtm Cani for Li?. bj _?'? Methods.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
OfHea Hoars, 1? to 1. I to 1 Hundan. IS to 11
TM laAROI AND VITAL? INTEREST THAT
lots ot people take In our buainaai 1? shown In
tba sraat stock of men'? worn auit?, ?boaa,
orensoat?, etc., that we bonsbt and paid beat
kind ot high prices and read/ to bar nsore and
par for them. Phnna aa to call. JCSTH'H
OLD 8TAND. SIS D. auS-It
FUNERAL DESIGNS,
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
Art??? ? muslie _>?_pen?H?,
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt ?oto atUrtrt ?at?a.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.~~
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Member? br larlutlon National Selected Mor
tician?. Service? pandered in ail part? of tb?
tnlted State? by ?pecial reprasenfati.ea.
Telephone >?? ?ubllSbed USA
Main 6512-5513 _6wEV Lady
1730-3JPS. -tptv^Ttm?, As5,,t?nt
Avenue. ___^_____9__ Chapel
W. W. Cbambea. E. P. Chimbar?.
W. W. CH-AMBERS CO.
1400 Chap?n St. N. W.
Modern ?apel. Daj or Nifht Phone Col.
Wa Cm Automobile Strile? Eiclnaitclr.
?;
DIED.
BUNYEA-On Friday, August i. Ills,
JEANETTE STRYKER. beloved
wlta ot Emmet E. Hunyca.
Funeral from her late residen???,
, lia A street northeast, today
at 10 a. m.
ELMORE?On Friday, Augu.t 2, 1918,
at 4:30 p. ??, after a short illness,
VIRGINIA FRANCES ELMORE,
daughter of tha late Theodore \V.
and Frances A. Elmore.
Funeral from her late residence. 713
Sixth street northwest, today
at 10:30 a- m. Interment at Oak
Hill.
HATES?Suddenly, on Friday, August
:, IMS. at 3 p. m.. at Sibley Hospi
tal. COLUMBUS H. HAYES.
Funeral from J. William Lee'? Son?,
333 Pennsylvania avenue north
w*st, at 2 p. m. today. Frienda
and relatives invited. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. Brother
Hayes was a member of Camp No.
2, Patriotic Order Sona of America.
All member? take notice.
O'NEILL?On Friday, August 2. MIS,
after a lingering illness, JOHN F.,
beloved husband of Sarah J.
O'Neill (nee Chllda), aged 72 years.
Funeral from hla late residence, 1117
Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
today at 2 p. m. Relative? and
friends Invited to attend. Inter
ment at Congressional Cemetery.
PEABODY?Departed this life Satur
day, August 3. 191%. at 1:50 a. m.,
after a long illness, at the resi
dence of her mother, near Vienna,
/ Va.. GRACK N? beloved ?rife of
Maurice Peabody. mother of Eve
lyn Pea body and only daughter of
Annie V. Head.
Funeral today at S o'clock, from
Andrew Chapel it. E. Church.
Fairfax County. Va. Relatives and
J fncnga invited to ??**?!? _.
EVERETT TRUE ***%& BY CONDO
^mtWVl^
LCiVO ?? VOUR Ot*ta-A*t Or HeAfHHts.
NOW, UST*.?W NeVfeR? 8TRIK4S A C8U-B
OVeR TH? ?AR??? XbO'We UMfULB TO
INJUlWE ?IM G??? Umetti
r
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AUTOMOBILES
WASHINGTON AUTO EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, TRUCKS,
TRAILERS, STORAGE, TAXIS, AUTO GLASS,
GARAGES, BATTERIES, ETC
AUTOS WANTED.
I 8ELIa AUTOMOBILES BY AUCTION
eren tJaturdaj, IS noon. ?A quick ?nd aatia
factory Method- Intuir? for apt-rial rit?? tt
WESCHLKRS." fl? Pt. am. nw.
WANTED LIGHT RUNABOUT OB TOUR
ini ear; ant he in food c -r.dition; can mak?
nubatanual monthly pa-rmenta ; atat? make and
phe? and when can h? seem. S??nm A MM
H ernia office_Ju?t?
_TIRES._
???, DUmnod noruldd, ??3.06. FuT.y fa
anteed f. r ?JAtl mil???.
AH other ?iara at cut prier*.
CHA8. E. MILLER. INC.
?12 14th at. Four ?lx?r? north of B.
?OTO mila ?marini?? in foflowlotT Axe only
MtVe . tl4.0e
NATIONAL ALTO BLPPLT (X>.,
_m 9th St. BW._
GET A OARAQE THAT WILL OLTLAST
say sarasa Ib tha market is appearance, dura
IKllty. ?WI prie T. T. B. BIEN. MB O ?t
nw. Phon. 11. SIS.
AUTO REPAIRS.
Ht KNOW HOW.
Tha naaoQ for th. ever inenaains patrona?.
of our old ?hop 1? becau?? only expert auto
mechanics aro empiere*?]. General repair, on all
mak?? of cara.
The D. & P. Aulo Repair Shop
Experienced mechanic?. Prompt serrice.
IM D it. at ltth. I'hona F. mi.
ANT SERVICE, ANT TIME, A? PLACE.
Autre et any tnaka and ase repairod or rebuilt
Fonia fixed while yon wait. Stora??. ROB
ROT MACK ET. H? mt th ea. Ueaola m?
_USED CARS._
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World,
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
203 ****, Broad ?t.,
Philadelphia. Pa
ID ear? to ?elect fraa-MS. 1*17, 1?I?
model?, in all make?. I2B0 up. I'atalofu. free
on rermest. a iA5.7.9,1?.-I.1S.H.21.a.??.
AUTO TRUCKS.
OCARANT? TRUCK ATTACHMENT? ARE
?old with a ?ritten ?uaranUw. Gl'ARANTX
TRI ? ? (? . 31. Pa. are. nw. L Mil. M? It
ACCESSORIES.
THINK OF IT. STM tpot ligtita. U. UTS mir
rata. W 50; Ooodrtcb Tira?, other thlnge juat aa
Inte-mting, tofethar wtth % pur-poa? to ba a?
decent aa w?? ara capabl? te render ins Tom
helpful amice.
Central Auto Supply Co., Inc.
"B*trything for the Auto."
IM Pa. a??, nw. Phone Main CM
GARAGE BUILDERS.
TOO HAVB VACANT SPACE FRONTINO
on an alley. Tour naigtibor haa a car but no
sax????. Lit him rent a "faraj? concrete" built
on your frouod. Tbta pro?j?o?itloo will pay ynq
M?. WILLIAM SBRB?. Til l*kh bw. Main
?NO?*. auS-lt
AUTO GLASS.
THAT WINDSHIELD ranlarwl whUa yon wait
?. M Taranto, lai N. T. ai?. Franklin AM.
KILLED BY HUN HELMET.
Writing from ? dugout In No Man ?
Land. France, Leo Comer, a corporal
In the Twenty-third United Statea
Infantry, forwarded to hi? ?later here.
Miss Cecilia Comer, a bunch of
strange flowers he had gathered while
on patrol duty.
Comer had promlaed a younger
brother a Oerman steel helmet as a
war relic, but In writing Informed the
brother that ho was doomed to dis
appointment until the Americans
reach Berlin. He hsd seen a fellow
soldier pick up a steel helmet and
then fell dead. Th? helmet hsd been
electrically charged by the Oerman?.
(Shamokln. Pa., Dispatch In New
York World.)
That Rookie from the 13th Squad.
"me ur
ALEXANDRIA
TI3 C BIRALD 8C??A?,
? ?. Doarfpbaa.
HT Uh Sumt.
Alexandria, Va-, Au? ?.-It la ex
pected that a bit voto will ba polled
hero in tho primary Tuesday for tha
purpose of nominating a candidate for
Congre?? from thl? district.
Representative Carlin will provo an
eaay winner In this dty and his
friend? predict that ho will carry
practically ?very county in tha
Eighth district Other candid?!*? aro
E. B. 'White, Loudoun County, and
H. Earlton Henee, Herndon, Fairfax
County.
Clerks and Judge? who win aorv?
fn th* primary next Tuesday, by
wards, are aa follows:
First?Frank D, Moore, Charle? T.
Waller. Chart?? H. Sherwood, Clay
Phillip? and William B. McK*t_*y.
Second-M. 8. Fairfax, Conrad
Schwab, Henry Wlea, Harry Haaaejr
and Charlea ?. Cook.
Third??. F. Penn, George W. Beata,
?r.. John Proctor, P. W. Harvey and
Orlando Daniela.
Fourth?C. M. Lennon. Arthur Dow
ney, T. Lee Fannon. Charlea Downey
and N. J. Lawler.
Open-air ?ervlctw war* held at i
o'clock thia afternoon in Christ Church
yard, were conducted by Rev. J. J. U.
Hall. Of Galilee Mlaalon. Philadelphia,
and were largely attended. Rev. Mr.
Hall alao preached at tbe 11 o'clock
?ervlce and also addressed th* men's
Bible class this rrornlng.
It ts expected that the baa prohib
iting aoldlera from Camp Humphrey?.
Va., from purchasing either food or
dnnk'ln thia dty will be lifted thl?
week. This ban waa put on by tha
military authorities four weeka axo
Saturday. Aa a reault of the ban.
moat of the ?oldler? who formerly
came here now go to Washington to
make purchases.
The funeral of Mrs. Harry W. Rudd
took place thia afternoon from the
Second Presbyterian Church. Ser
vlcea were conducted by Rev. ?. ?
Jackaon. D. D.. pastor ot the First
Baptist Church, and burial waa made
In the Methodist Protestant Cemetery.
Edith t? Spear, Infant daughter of
Mr. and Mra. J. N. Spear, died ye
terdav at her parents* residence, 21?
North Patrick ?tree*.
Cattle Rattling Ajjain
Croups Oat in Southwest
El Paao. Tex.?Cattle ru?tling?the
romantic ?port of the lawless char
actera of th? Southwest?1? on the In
crease, according to the annual re
port of the Pan Handle and South
western Cattleroen'e Association.
Since January thia year 241 head of
cattle belonging to members of the
association have been stolen. Ninety
five have been recovered. Five hun
dred and twenty-seven hides also
have been found which bore the
branda of association members, for
which the members had not received
any remuneration. The number of
line riders between El Paso and Las
Cruce? will be Increased.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WBITR
Roward W and 1?U _L fttr.irb, gtrl.
John A. tM LoulE? O. SI i-M-, bOT.
Wm. H. and l_aur? A. RaMiff. girl.
G.*-*- P. and Man ? Richard?, gtrl.
f?enrg? Ti. and Rom L. Pt-r.man. girL
Howard G. and Mary ri.i.!ir*. _.rl.
Paul I*, and Varguarlt? ? Miller, bor.
| Jam?? and Alma h. Merriman, giri.
Wm. M and _?.a R. Me-erv r?rt
John and Pan!mi? Lawrence. r-t,
John A. U and Viola V. Kuhn. tv*.
Elmer ?. and IVr.ui M J.-hnjoo. giri.
Raxtrr ?md Matti? Hill, boy.
.'?ar-nce A. and Btelln A. Fletcher, girl.
Benjamin H. aM Marie R. P. rerbetl. bor
Ira it. ind Margar?! J. Brown, nor.
Jamea M. and Altre E B-~fd. M-.
RiThtrd ? and Anna M. A?ber, bor,
COU) ? t?.
Beb?! and Bertie TV-p. a*, btyj,
John II and Rese? Pitta, girl.
Jame? ?*, and Vi*rt?~r_, Marthe*?, giri.
Jame? F. and Da?ay ?. Mahonrr, bor.
DEATH RECORD.
CO.L0RED
Kttherir- Hugtfnn, M ytsr*. 4 Giran, ?f. we.
i?eejrg? G. Oro?-, 2ft. Tuber-nlau? HnnntaL.
t'osumb.-n 11. Ha*** ?, MMej ?? ?tritai.
ttf?en Newton. X month?, HIS K ?L nw.
Wm. Kurier. 4 month?. IM Eleventh gL t#.
r>mire C. Onniptnn 8 mn-tha. MJ I it. n?.
lofant of Iwac and Diana Haibflnfer, 1 dar.
m Q ?t. nw.
?m
IjtRoT Warren. 1?, 13 ? it Mr.
Itate ??. Penn, <3. ST ?? Mach-tetta ?t?, nw
Hrlretter King. % 14:7 Ninth tt. nw.
Marion FJJ?a. W, tt De?r-at at. nw.
Riehanl Terrell, O. Ei-ergencr Hospital.
Yirgie ?. Ham?. 15. ?13 Fort?-tat at. nw.
Leer, ?lita. S montha, TB Fbqrth at nw.
BOLIVIA NOW
PROGRESSIVE
Southern Republic Using
Large Sum? for Develop
ment, Says Holland
About two year? ago tb? rapuMle
ef Bolivia negotiated la New Tork
City A loaa of ?.???.(??. Thl? trans
action waa perfected through th? co
operation of th? Equitable Truat
Company of Now Tork and Cbandlar
and Company. Already tha fund?
made available by thl? loan ara being
utilised In tha construction of aa
electric railroad which whan com
pleted win extend from La Pa?, tb?
capital of Bolivia. Into the Tung??
Valley. Whan completed thia road
will open up ta aetlement and devel
opment vaet agrlculuir?! are?? not
?urpaaaed la natural resource? and
opportunities by any other agricul
tural district In South America.
It waa during the aecond term of
Oen. Ismaal Monte? aa Proeldant of
Bolivia that thl? loan waa negotiated,
and not tha least of the reaaon*
whlch led the American capitalista
fovorably to consider tbe propoeltion
waa tha record Oen. Montee haa
mad? aa a ?tateaman and alao aa a
constructive force during his two
term? aa Prealdent of Bolivia.
Bern Hanta? la Inlte? ?tatea.
It haa been known to Oen. Montee*
friend? for some week? that he waa
on hla way to tha United States. He
ia not purpoaung a prolonged atay In
thl? country, for he la speedily to go
to Parla, where he ?will represent Bo
livia ae minister plenipotentiary. Oen.
Montea arrived in tha I'nited mates
a few day? atro ?nd ws? welcomed by
the Bolivian Consul General aad a
considerable number of citizen? of Bo
livia who are now In the United
SUte?. presumably engaged In facili
tating increasing trade relation? be
tween "Bolivia and this country. He
la to be appropriately entertained
while here.
There 1? probably no on? who haa |
serve-i aa chief executive of any of
tbe (?outh American rep?blica who la
better known or more greatly ea
teemed In the United State? than.
Oen. Monte?. He ia an enthuaiaatlc
admirer of the Institutions of the
United Statea and haa been In Inti
mate relation?, both ?perennal ?nd
public with ?omo of the meet Influ
ential men ot ?Hair? of thia country.
One of hi? son? I? a student ?t Cor
nell University. Twice be has served
a? Preaident of Bolivie. He ha? also
served aa minister to France ?nd to
England. He goea again to France,
not so much to Interest French bank
er? or th? French people in Bolivian
proposition? as because be want? to
take to France a message from Bo
livia aetting forth that this republic
la In mott cordial sympathy with ?nd
al?o In close alliance with the United
Statea so far as our attitude toward
the European war la concerned.
Oen. Monte? I? eeteemed by Ameri
can bankers and indu?tri?l leaders as
One nf the great Intellectual force? of
?South America. Under hi? leadership
two of the most Important loan? se
cured by Bolivia were negotiated. The
money obtained from theae loans ia
enabling Bolivia to carry out a pro
gram of railroad development: which,
comparatively speaking. Is a? large
and a? important aa any railroad de
velopment In South America.
The relation? between the United
Statea and Bolivia have always been
cordial, and they are especially ?o at
thia time. Immediately after the
United Slate? severed diplomatic rela
tion? with Germany Bolivia handed
to the Oerman minister hia passports,
thus making manifest her complete
sympathy with the T'nited Statea and
our alile? at thl? (ime.
Bolivia I* sometime? railed the
Switzerland of South Amerlcs. She
ha? no ?ea coaat and that Isolated po
sition Is due to the policy laid down
by Gen. Bolivar when he created the
republic, for he believed that this
?treat Interior nation of South Amer
ica would be In a better poeitlon to
develop her resources If ?he had no
?eaco?t to defend. However, the reel
statesmen who for the lsst twenty
year? have done ?o much to develop
Bolivia have made It possible to off
set the loss of seaports by construct
ing three separate linea of railroads,
which connect Bolivia with the ra
cine coast.
When Horace G. Knowle?. who was
Minister from the T'nited SUtes to
Bolivia during th? Tsft administra
tion, returned home at the beginning
of the administration of President
Wilson, he brought much Information
respecting the natural resources of
Bolivia and the opportunity for Amer
ican capital to make profitable Invest
ment both In tran?port?tlon line? and
in opening up rich mine?. It waa In
part due to Mr. Knowlee' advice that
capital undertook (he construction of
tin smelling work? near New Tork.
relying upon Importa of tin from Bo
livia to furnish the needed raw ma
terial?. Gen. Monte? 1? familiar with
the resource? of Bolivia and he haa
done a great deal to develop them.
Haa Meek la Tie and Copper.
There Is spparently an Inexhaustible
supply of tin and a great deal of cop
per In Bolivia. In fact when D?niel
C Jackllng with a party of friends
made an excursion several years ago
to South America, a visit was made
to Bollii? ?with Intent to learn what
tha possibilities of copper develop
ment there were. It waa the under
standing that the Investigation proved
satisfactory, but the arar made It Im
ponible, for the time being, to Invest
American capital In Bolivia copper
propertle?. There la plenty of lead
?nd a great deal of tungsten In Bo
livla and th? demand for these met? Is
hs? been ao great am to cause rapidly
Increasing price?, ao that the market
quotation? have Increased enormously
?ince the beginning of the war four
year? ago. Thia haa enriched Bo
ll-rla. The nation haa million? of dol
lara to expend but I? In the came po
eitlon aa are many other nation? with
which w? are In cordial agreement,
namely, the lack of ship? make? It
s/SK
?
-MADE (STRAIGHT
SOFT.LONG.SILKY
???i??*?T^'r~L?^
?m., mm ?taamrauoa made for proaonn#
?r?r*.'?;,s**^?^.KSsa
Sta"??'???.?-.??t??. ???"???
HEROLIN
???; 25ca>nts -??
Merella Ved. Ce. ??not: Ca.
" Omo pee hem m mesa_~
JIMMY V??GHHI
DISAPWINTED
Will Not Equal Alexander's
Record Because o?
Short Season.
Early doelng of the >aa*1>?n eaa
'?on wlU blast a hope that ?Im
I Vaughn of the Chleaga Cuba had
? that he ought aet a record for gemxt.
won thia year. Uateet ?veregee le
1 ?ned ahow tha big ?outhpaw credited
?with endhtaan ?rtctorte? In twenty????
I ?tarta Were the ????an to run iato
? October he roi-fht be expected, tha
wsy ha baa been going, to win
enough games to bring him up to.
the record be hoped to equal, which
waa that made back In IMC when
Grover Cleveland Alexander wo?
thirty-three for the PhlUlee, That
wasn't quite up to the National
Let-ague record af thirty-nine vlctar
le? by Matty for the Giants la MM.
or the thirtj-atx of Walter John??*
for the Waahington? In IM?, but !t
1? a mark at which leading pllehaw?
bava ?not at aince without ?uceen*.
With only half of the Wit camp?t*?*'
completed, Vaaghn had the rerrark
able run of leventeen victories omtx?
live defeata for a winning
of .Tit. Then the Cut? taak a
?nd In the pnot two week? Vaug?n
haa loat mora ram?? thaa h? haa
won. However, he ?till could ?qnal
Alex*? record by October I and not
have to exceed tha percentage haj
baa made to date.
It la certain that if he had oaly the.
Cardinal?, and Pirates to pttch.^
against he could malee It easy. BIS,;
Jim haa the Indian sign on tha Car??..
dlnal? to tbe extent of tire straight,
trina without a aetbaek. The Plrataae,
hav? been almost aa aaay marks with,
three straight.
While Vaughn la having aa ?xc?p ,
tlonal season thl? year, he haa al-..
waya ?been oa the ?sinning aide dar.
the Cub? since he came up from tha?-',
Kansas ?City (American Association!
club la i.?il Prior ta a abort star,
In the fall of 1*1! ?with tbe EawvT,
he had three indifferent aea enne w*t*ji
the Tankee? and Waahington? law
the fag end of 1*11 with ChseatWrc
he woa five out of ?lx ?ama?. to?^a
twenty-one and lost thirteen la 1*1?
for m? twenty and twelve for ???.
In IMS; ?eventeen an? fifteen for JKl '
In IM?, end laet y??r had hia beet i
season ?ince breaking Into the
National League, wltk ?twenty-thre?.
and thirteen for .?****""? Tha Cub?.?.
finished fifth ?with a pareen tag? of -
4SI in 1M7. showing that Big Jim had a.
no pitcher? to support htm. It area ?
tba aama In the prevtoua three aea-,/
?ons.
Vsughn hall? from Weather-ford. -
Texas, and added to bla fame a year, ?
ago when he pitched that roamorabla a
battle -with Fred Towey la which. 4
neither ?Ide made a hit until thaw,
tenth Inning Thee Jim Thorp? -
playing for the Reda, mad? a ?'ngle -,
off Vaughn that drove In the only .
run. Vaughn'* great asset |? contrat,
something unusual ?nth a left..
hender.
KEARNS HAS DEMPSEY
BOOKED IN BENEFITS
New Tork. Aug. 4?Jack
\ ??>?. who Is th? moat talked ah
pugilist la th? fiatle (rame today ava
la reault of hie remarkably quick -
I knockout af-Fred Fulton at Harri- ?
I ?on. ? J, r?*-rently. will lake part
I In boxing bouts st three big benefit *>
I event? to be ?taged within the next *?
i four weeks. Jack Kesrns. manager '
of Pempaey. today announced that
I he had consented to have Dempeer
! appear at the Salvation Army bee- *
| eflt boxing ahow at tha White 6ox *
i baseball park In Chicago oa Aug. ?
{10. the Knlghta of Columbu? ben- "
; efit at Ebbeu Field in Brooklyn oa I
Aug. 20. ?nd the big entertainment "
for the soldiers the, latter part of "
? August, which I? being staged by '
Jimmy Ooffroth In California.
X-iempeey 1? ?topping at Loa*
I Branch, N. J. ?
-
Shipbuilder? Organile
Athletic Association
_
Philadelphia. Aug. 4-Th? Ship
builders' Athletic Association haa
been formed by official? of tha
Kmergency Fleet Corporation and
?ten shipbuilding concern? alone
the Delaware River and a meeting
] has been called for next Tueaday
j nicht to complete detail? of the or
ganization At thl? meeting ar
? rangement* will also he mad? to
schedule the coming athletic games
and event?.
The object of the new eaaocla
tion I? to centrali?? th? ?port? ac
tlvlties of the shipyard?. In which '
sbout ??G.??? men are eligible to
take pert.
Fulton Waats War Wart
Minneapoli?. Aug. 4? Fred Fei
ton, the Rochester. Minn., heavy
weight, who waa knocked out In
one round by Jack Demp??y laat ,
Saturday. Intimated ye?terd?y that
he would not fight again until after
the war. He Is planning to engag? ?,
In war work.
Fulton offered a new explanado? '
for hi? defeat. He s?ld he aad -
Demp?ey had been oredred to break
clean, but that tbe latter "flattened :
him" ?hen they were coming oat "
of a clinch
Oriole? Beat Sfcinm-k
The Oriole Athletic Club yeeterday
defeated the Sherwood A. C. by a
?even to ?Ix ?core. Brook?* all
around plating was the feature.
_,_ ?*?
?
difficult for her to place many large
order? with American manufacturera. ?
Revert helena, In ?pita of tba <av. "
a great deal of new bualnea? beta aea
the United State? and Bolivia haa '
been established, and tbe eommodllie?
of American manufacture haw? inorad
ao aatlafactory that now there I? little
doubt about our ability to hold tbla
trade after the war la o\-er. Al af
the material? and equipment required
for.the new railroad for which tba '
fund? were recently negotiated la tha
I'nited State? have been bought frota
American manufacturers. Although
there ha? not yet been made publie
announcement of the fact, the?? ara
those- in New Tork who am In conti
dentlal relation? with Bolivia who aay
that the exporta la 1*17 ?war? la round
number? te.OM.ene. or BMM.IM la es
ce?? of the exporta of the year VM. ..
The Rnport? of 1917 were la round
number? ns.5e*t.00?*>.
lac Safest larestmcats
Ar? thaw that ?a m n?a?naw eawta? ??at
ta; Mat mmAimm et the mmmy m aaaa
mariai- tiret oat? et treat eatm Mem
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