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The Want Ad Department HERALD WANTS Out of work? Hasten the advent of "pay day" orice mote through utilning the classi fied advertising columns. Pubrrstttat] ?very ti ?y ta the year ?7 Tha Washington Herald Com pany at 43S-4?? KUventh ?treet, Washington. D. C Teieph o n? Exchanga ? Call Main 8900. (Por clae?!fl?d ?dvertl?emenU a?k for Branch IV. Member Audit Bureau of circula tion. CLASSIFIED RATES Wanted Bain... Waaaad Boaaa? aad Beard.. 8*r Bent sUesrjs......... Sbatta! atsareneeeiee?...,,.. 's* Sal? JeTeewnaneooa...... Last and found._ S*?? Irne? ?? rasa, ?a? Ita??, fas. Bam? ?4. tara* iiiiieiLatrea timi?, ffr. Orel four linee, 1 ?tat pa? word each li?? Ilia or tira? eon aattmee insertions tor th? lane? set two. All Other ria??iarati?a?? ONE CENT A WORD (51 tananai Chan*. Stt-1 I aba?...,,...,..55 eeota t tinte? coaaacsstjetlj.,. ? a.U eanU t tana? ?iisaaraliTthr. ? m stenta S tesse? imeetiiailli.___?. t ?tate SS m ras?t* tltaa? uaietiiitieelT. T emu ai in un am taro linea rOREIO?t REPHE4E?TAtT4'E8 THC a. C BECKW1TH SrECLAL AGENCY. IS?? Tor* Orhea....._.._.Tribmva Bid?. SJMssSSS OfBoe..................._Tribes? Beds. OlatH OflV?_._4St road Bid?. 8t. Lots? OeSaa._.Third KeUotial Bank Blast, HELP WANTED?MALL MEN rTjR r.AS FII.UNO STATTONt?. FENS Oil Q>. Boaarnt. Va. an-lS-Tt WAGON DRIVER.??; wHtTfc. ???G "OH Co.. ?VaalTn, Vs. aulSTt THE CAPITAL TRACTION COMPANY ?has positions for competent men in lines of work considered by the government as ESSENTIAL, FIREMEN for power station. Apply to Engineer in Charge at Rant, 32nd and ? street? north ' west. MECHANICS and LABORERS an tur repairs for main shops and division car barnt. Apply to Mas ?er Mechanic at Shops, 3222 M street northwest. Attractive wages and free trans portation over our lines. Good positions for capable men. aul5-30t ?TCNrMlRAPHER. FTRST CUisS, FOR 9?> eaal nifi.? if ?arse comparir; ?r^d erase?: state ?xpenence. BuX "3\ Herald orner antS-S WANTTB-CChNIXJCTORS 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. rso.tu.thu JBaXssH WANTS): tan a MONThTT'IW sv Konen experience, tuli parti' niara or eaUlioar it BPREsf OF r>T.VNI>Al:r?. LABORERS ? 30c" PER- HOUR :" one block west of Thirty-seventh st. and Wisconsin ave. aul4-2t ?OCT? BOY FOR HK KAI.n?Rot m A I" isl? ? O. LEHMAN :i*. 14th nw. aulS-tf W4NTF.il TWO At'TOMtiBILE 51?G?.4??? LANDO ? A LANDO?, rear of :I14 V at. net. a'jl3;.t WANTED?Plumbers for govern ment contract work. Apply at once. STELZER ?t CO.. 1115 14th st. nw. au9-7t DKlVEIto AND HtUPEBA WANTtD G?? Ica cream dilirrr? wa?ons ani eiitoeaobi'.ee; ?"tied mea preferred. THE CABBY lit; ? REAM CO., l?t D tt. sr. _ Ji?*-U LABORERS F?R^W?REH?USE work; $3.63 per day. Apply to Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL? WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye stf. ne._tf WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS $3.63 Per Day. Apply to the Timekeeper, AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO., 2nd and Eye sts. ne. BOY WANTED?0??E WITH ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for ?vide-awake boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. to FOREMAN. Herald office. WANTED - BRAKE5IKN FOR POTOMAC jard. 55 cant? par hour; also rat repairmen. machtciata. Deipara, carpenters, fretgnt trete asen, firemen ?ad other occupation? at rarlou? point?. Pentarjlrtni? Railroad. Apply It? New Jetare ?re. er._mjl?-tf ATTENTION! BOYS! Do your bit by earning money yourself; good wages paid for de livering The Washington Herald. S^h. TEMPS. 1018 ? ft ne., at once. tf ?5a?e?>-??t t?? servi bksald roa? A.ipij Mr. OGIRTNEY. I G ? et. ? a IF YOUR REAL.ESTATE AD Tells the story?frankly, factfully?your selling task will be easy. People who read real estate ads are prospective buyers. They are looking for information. You will win their interest in your offering through telling them what they want to know. You may fail to interest them if you fail to tell the facts. For Your Convenience The ??Serald will accept your ad. over if yea have a telephone in your name. Main 3300 HELP WANTED?FEMALE WASTED-TWO GIRL USHERS. APPLY tiAYETT THEATER. _anl4-lt WANTED-COOK TO HELP WITH HODSSS work in tanan family; no Laundry work. ?? Sa at. nw. Phon? North ?AW. anil 3t SETTT-rn MARRIED WOMAN WBOSI hnaband ta not in the draft aa Janitoreaa; lisios rooma and good was*? for light work. 1J4J L at. nw. _ _anil ? STENOGRAPHER ? GOOD SAL? ary, pleasant working conditions. Apply CHESAPEAKE AND POTO MAC TELEPHONE CO.. 808 12th st. nw., second floor. aul3-3t SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE NIK.SE. PKALTRAL. WISHES I AHE ??F mtslid diring the day. Phon? North STJT. la m. to 11 a. at. _antt-lt SITUATIONS WANTED. FIRSTCLASS STEWARD OPEN KOR EN gagern*"Pt, prefer r*wition in th* District. AA drees BOX 3U, Herald office. aui: 3t COMPETENT HOTEL OR APARTMENT h'Kiw manager ?[?*? fne engagement. BOX .tC. Herald offiye._?vil3-3t FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. KuR UENT-LARUE .SECOND FLOOR fr-nt room; newly hirnished; four windows; near bath; within block of Dupont circi*. JUS tiinrch it. nw. Phon* North Dffll. auls-tf TABLE BOARD. TAHLE BOARI?;DEUi'lors ? ?OKINO ; ? r ly ??:>? I ilraaAnt siHTouEdina?. BROWN, *7J* a'olumbtata road nw. aulsV.lt WANTED?APARTMENTS. FIRST-CLASS APARTMENT wanted. Unfurnished; six rooms and good bathroom; in large apt. house. JOHN POO LE, 2651 Woodley Road nw. Box 304. aul5-3t REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE?AT EAST FALLS CBCBCU. Va.? new t*n-ro>"*m house: large <"el!ar and at tic; with al* ering and other large porchea; tr!?d??Tn mn?cniencea ; hot ?t?? cold water bath: ? leethc light?; furnace heat; Ian?? yaid; fruit traes and mrden; contentirait location; best car < rriee. A "ply to (owner), BOX ]?. F^st I ?]]?? Ctnsrctt, V*_ suivit Fiifl SALE?AOI "?? EAST: Five room -and bath; Brick houses near naty yard; Near cm*, only 12,39; For colored bojea; C? <vh. baiane* earn R. ?V. I'.KALL. 1331 New York it?, nw. ?VH .Vain sgpq rati Resi.i-nce Onltinihia 150?. Careful Investments Of mene? in First Deed* ?f Titwt (First Mort cati-s) on Washington, I?. C, Real Eauta al ?aja Ii.a tb* full interest rronii*ed and th* r?;urn of all tb* pru-d?]* due, regardless of the tarring incmes atri rah.es of other arcvii ties. We ha*? been ?icreesfully engaged in rcating theaa icsprtjc-cta for our diente for mot* th an a quarter cf a century. 1 ortet - menta, Ca?, $500 to ?10.Q0D, at ? per eent now read; for deliiery. Large in.estnienu triada. WM. ?. SAUNDERS & CO., Southern Building. 807 15th St. Som* Da? a Rome or Inreateeat ? CABIN JOHN PARK! WHY NOT TODAY ? For plata, illustrated bonk*, and Ml rwrtJrn tara about the?? atta* farms, attract!?? boss? siles, and low priera, aa* or writ* J. S. TOMLINSON. 554 80CTHEBN BUI?. MAIN TI45. Six n-w h ".a end buafalewa ready for is auction, Sl.eOO I? 12.500. Easy tersa?. era) O WANTED?REAL ESTATE WANTED - EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE IN northwest section, not o-er $5.000; tarma must be reasonable and possession g?*"? by August 31. 191?. Adire?? BOX 390. Herald office. au>tf LOST. LO>T-AUGUST 12 IN THE SOUTHEAST: aluminium folder with slip? of Ttlloar paper in side. Retnrn to WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT COUPANT. anl-V?t MONDAY. AUGUST 12. ABOUT 920, NEAR Gleu Echo; small black leather ?tutease eon taming child's clothea and other article?; lib tral reward ir returned. A. L. CREECY. 133T H st. ne . or i-hone Lincoln 1153. sul4-X LOST-PLAIN ??OLD WEDDING RING ON 17th st. near Mass. are. ; return to 1718 (Jor cran. Apt 3; liberal reward. aul>3t BUSINESS CHANCES. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE DBS1RED-1 wssst to launch from Washington immediately a hard-hitting, but ahsohi.ely clean, moothly M-rajre. artiatlcally printed magari n* to be caJied The Foci Killer. The periodical will sell for 9 eente per cop?. There is no doubt but that it will be a great sjneceas from the first teau?. I need $1.000 to as? far sixty days to pay for getting out 10,000 copi?e and putting: them on the ?vewsstuda of th* country. I win pay legal rate of interest for dm of money and borni?. Of S3, and gire mortgage on magatine. At rreaeot 1 sm circulation manager of on* of city?? large newspaper*. Addreaa BOX JT?. Herald office. aol$-9t REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Pa-Bee Department..Main 4000 Fir? Depaj-tnient.Main 6000 DipsilS-Staa. if ?-^".Main 19? U. S. Se?tt Serrke (-sight)..Colmisi. 3390 U. S. Sexrot Serrice (rky).Main 6400 U. S. IfaussVal. .Main 2854 FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. G?? SALE-OLD BRICK. CAR BARN. 41? A ? at. aw. aulV3t RO?AL TYPEWRITER. NO 10; GOOD AD new; lAteflt Improtetnent?; ?needy: light touch: bbl barmiti. ?Ml 6th ?t. nw. [Pelworth.) ?ulSX ROYAL II?. UOOD AS NEW CONDITION : latoat ta-proTemetjtji ; ?needy; light touch; bigi hanraia. ?Ill Sth at. nw. (Petworth.) ?nl?3t NEWSPAPER ROUTE FOB SALB 1.1 BEST Mctioa of oortbweat; earning? $150 per month ; namw ?ill be ?abject to new draft; must ?ell befor? called. Apply CIBOCLATWN MAN AC. KB. Herald ogle._au'J-lt COMSTOCK UPRIGHT P1ANO-SIABOOAN1 na?-, gond condition; fin. tine; onr price. S1SS; term?. SS rooothly. TBE HECHT CO., Pl?i o Anne?, CIS ? at ?w. ?n^tt BARMORE I PRH1HT l'IASO 1IA1IOGIM c?se; fair corSjition; fin. tone: onr price. 1?3; term?. S> monthly. THE BEC11T CO, CIS ? ?t. nw. airtvtf WARNER fPRIGHT PIANO-MABOUAN? c??e; good tone: fair c-nilition: our pre. ti?; taro?. ST monthly. THE HECHT Ott, Tul ?t.. ?rar ? at nw. auS tf DUNHAM- a CO. U1-RK1HT PIANO? mahogany caae; fine condition; excellent ton?; our arie. ESO; torma IT monthly. THE HECnrr CO., Tth ?t-. near F ?t. nw. ?i-9-tf FCRLONO PLATER PIANO-MA HOliAN? caae; gond condition ; fine tnn. (uaedl ; fifteen ml), tre?; our price. SBB; tenus arranged. THE IIBCHT CO. Tth at., near F at r.w. ?iiStf NEWSPAPER ROUTE FOB SALE; GOOD section of northwe?t: In gond condition rea ?onthl. term?. Apply CIRCULATION MAN AGER. Herald office. tny-15-tf WANTED TO BUT. WILL CALL IN NT UNLETTERfD A?TO mobile, dry or ?ohnrh??, ?od pay yen highest | pri?e? fer ladle?'. ?rnOemer-'s, coudre?'? ii. ' earned cfafhiag. of ?U deacri?Ssasa Addrea? i po?*?' or phone. I will call E. BICE. 1AM Tth | ?t. nw. H ltSS_ MONEY TO LOAN. MONTST TO LOAN* O!? APPROVED CITY real M?ate at lowest em-rent rale?; apeciai pnrilege? with naapecl to prior payment. TYLER * RUTHERFORD. Ine.. ?IT ISth at, tf MOVING, PACUNO, STORING i*TC. M,mus fr Vorage. N. -U3. S. iMt. SMITH'S TRANSFER k STOH CO.. H? S. Nisht Ph. Franklin ?11. SAFETY FIRST. AltSOLOTELT FIREPROOF STORAGE. Room?. I? aad a?. Moving and Pacing INITED STATES STORAGE CO. II?-? ilith at. nw. Ph p ? M. (23 ?ad Franali? tlSS. tf MOVING We fornlth larfe paddad tana and car-rTul nn ', (o handle? jour tnevta. ? G AC ? ER 3 of fv-nifir*. [>1ania, cuica, bric ft ' br-ic, ?*, Kxi tri Ticttl BIB only. I MIll'PlMi in all parts of the wo-ld. STORAGE fm hiniitJr?, pi a noe, a od houaa> ! bold <??* KRIEG'S EXPRESS REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO., We build to order any size refrigerator or cooling room. 611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757. AUTOMOBILES Washington Aato Exchange Automobile, Tit??, Acr????rl??, Repairs. Trucks, Trailer?, Sl?r ??r. Taxi?. Aata ?il???, Ga ragrs. Batterie?, Etc. FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. OVERLAND; POUft-C?UNDEB; riVE-PAH eeD(tt; 1517 model; Srat elata condition; leSO lot Quick caeh aal?. Leant WM. R. 8TANEUT. 714 Mille Bids. W. D. BOX STI?. aul5-lt AUTOS WANTED. ? 3EX AUTOMOBILES B? AUCTION eserr Saturday. 12 noon. A quick aad satis lartort nvethod. Inquir? fot ?pedal rate? at ?sVEacBXEB'S." m Pe. ata ?w WANTED L1UBT BIJNaTbOUT OB TOUB ini cat; must b? la food condition; can make subataotial miuthl? pernieota; atat? ?take and price ?sd whet? cao b? seen. Addrea? A 5800 Herald office._)uSVU AUTO TRUCKS. UL'ABANTY TBDOKS - CONVERTS REO. False, tati. Columbi?, Pullman. Bulck. Charrois?. Pierce- Arrow ?ad all matee ot care into ? one or ? two-ton truck. GUARANTY TRUCK CO.. 941 Pa. are. nw. Iaistostn ?SS. _?iiU-lt _ TIRES. Aa utra food lot of stand1 aecoods, all sizes. For tnatanr? xrt5H nonakid, $11-70 All otbet elate at proportionate prices, .still elaahinc price? on Diamond, guaranteed 3.500 mil? tira*. CHAS I. MILLER. INO. flH latJa^ tt. nw.. tour doors north of H. 1.000 mil? ?tarantee la (ollowina atte ooij 5lt3H . ?14.05 NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLY CO.. _?g 5th St ?w. AUTO GLASS. Windahielda replicad, lenee?, auto flea?. E M. TARANTO, lui ?. T. are. Franklin ava. au5-U GARAGE BUILDERS. A BRICK GARAHe. IS FIR.-T RATE. BUT ?here are tua brick to build with? Beate*? Concerta ia enduring and laat? former. That's '-?- you frt raloa recelred in th? Concret? liaran 5W>. capaciti one H? car. WILLIAM SKItllY. Til Uh ??. M. 3094. s .... ? AUTO REPAIRS. TO SATISFY A CUSTOMER and make a bnoatrr of bias tre muet tura bit macini.r out in |e*rfect condition. W.ien you (irire your car oait of o'ir ali1 ? it la In cuuditkat for eerrica. Our expert mechanics know bow. The D. it P. Auto Repair Shop. 13? ? a. at'14th. Phone Franklin 7231. ANY SERVICE. ANT TIME. ANY PLAl.'t? Auto? ot any make aod aere rcpalr.d or rebuilt. FVrue liv<l while jou wait. Ktorae*. BOB ROY MAI-KEY. Si] 10th et, a*. Lincoln X**. AUTO ACCESSORIES. WHY it pars the entn owner who lete ut ktep hl? ear perfectly equipped. BBcam we are prepared to rm*Vr rxprrlmerd aarrice .-"?I hart in stock a comNrte line '< ercesanries i.t erety character. Inrltidlns the famous Oood rirh Tuta. mia. grease?, casaline. Central Auto Supply Co., Inc. MM l'a. a,e. nw Phone M. 4754 EDUCATIONAL. I.akew?nd Hall, Lakewood. "M. J. PREPARE? IX)R BUYS MAWI AND other wrmKn'a fisTln??. excei*ional adran I -?* for ?irla under 15; climate affords un usual tawjsartSBsttJea tba jeer round for ell forma "f outdoor lilr?ridin? a aprrialtr. Principal. LISS B. CONVESSE. ?. ?. Brit MawT Ccl ! ??. aufr-ZM George Washington University LAW SCHOOL CO-EDUCATIONAL Begins 54th Year Sept 25, 1918 M.mber A ??soci a ti on of A m er.cao Law Schoola. rHrlet staniiords; ?rle-t atulent bo-.t. Maxi* ?turn CT'_<Ut from ether ?choola. In?tr\icti.?n nf meet approred methMe by rrofeafional t??ech i-fi and lawyrr* In actite jmictjre. Late after noon and optional early momie,; claa-e* lor -Msiployed stitdecta. Scr'y. Mawile Temple, Mai? 4MP. ? BF.RUTZ Lanima?es ??= *>** *>VV 8* Hth St. N. W. tenui mar be tv?mn at any time. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. WINDOW ?5.-rtEEr;3 ANC SHADE?. WINDOW SMADLS MADE TO ORDE?. Bee? Or?o,oa on H. B. Roller? J. G. PBEINKERT. ira) H et. ?e. Pbraa U lia. tflR DINING ROOMS. DIXIE DINNER DANCE Seven-course Chicken Dinner, with Dance. $1.00. 8:30 to 12. THE VENDOME DINING-ROOM (The Restaurant with a Conscience) Third and the Avenue. Entrance Through Hotel Lobby. ?SHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE. HOPWOODS Popular Price Furnl tur? and Btove store. 8th A ? St.?. 12th and F ? "47 Around the e ? ??? ana ?, ?. W. ?, Kaleigh Hotel Dining-rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen. Popular Prices. FOR SALE-FURN1T?RE.~ cash"" Furniture credit '8 Popular Pr toy? Store. 8th PERSONALS. HOWEVER MUCH WE HAT WANT (MEN? ??rn aulta. overcoat?, ihoa*. ?tc, w? will not buy unless we caa male joe ? square ?nd most pleating cash down off?. That', way thl? i. a prosperous house and growing more ?o. Tell p bi phoBa iUSTH* OU) STAND, il? D. ._?nH.lt DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 YEARS Bu<*"*-*??' ?**?""? ? ?? .. ]G?? **? Cm ?? Chrouk, Nerrau. and Special Diseases of al, ? aad Wooati.. MeansrleaJth to You If You Suffer Frota Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism CuosMn? Uon, Piles. Throat, Luna*, Brain. Heart, Blood ?nd Skin Diseases Nerroo? Debiliti, ? wiser DUeaaes. Bladder Tronti?, Specific Blood Poi soning, Eruption?, Ulcers, snd All Prlrst? Di* ease. Curad lo? lai? b* tale Methods, Charges Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Koom for Ladies Offlc Honra. 1? to 1. S t.. A Hundars. M r? li. PROPOSALS. DEPOT QCARTEHMASTEU 1 OFFICE, D. 8. A . Waabinftno. D. C. Scaled propoaala will bt racaiTtfd ben until ? a. m., August 21, 1918, ft* ruttifif, making and trimming unt?crro? fur offlr?ra of the arm* during tha flaeaj rear 1919. InloTenatiOB on application. a-?C.T.f.lt.lC FUNERAL DESIGNS. _ Appropriate Floral Tokens. Artitic-e?i????ln Inerpeoait?. Cude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street. Promt* ?oto dati ??? mr*i*m. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS Memoir? hr Inrttsti'm' NstioosI Selected Mnr tici.DS. Kerticea reedered in all parts of ?.: e Uaued Stete? by special rc^cesenutjics. Telephone ? ^eJV ?-ul lished l* Main 5512-5513 1730-32 Pa. Avenue, W. W. Chsmbeta. E. P. Coaraber?. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. 1400 Chap?n St. N. W. W. Dae AntomnWl. S trie E?cljsj??lf. Modem Ctui-eL i'ar or N'iglil I'hore < <-l. ?**? DIED. BlRdt-On Tuesday, August 13. ISIS. at 3 p. ni., at the residence of her (laughter. .Mr?. Effle Joseph, H.-ran ton. Pa.. ROSA, the beloved wife) of tbe late William H. Buch and mother of Corbin Birch. Notice of funeral later. GREEN?SuiTd?.nIv. at Garflold Hos pital. M. D. GREEN*. Funeral from his late residence. 31? O street southwest, today at 3] p. m. HACK?On Tusaday, August 13. 151S, ? TACIE JEFFRIES HACK. Funeral services at tr? ehapel of J. I William I,ce. 332 Pennsylvania avc-| nue. today at ? a. m. Interment (private) in Rock Creel? Cemetery, ? IIIt'KEY?On Tuesday. Aucust 13. lilis, at 7:11 p. in., at the residence I of hi? father. Jnhn F. Hlckey, ily- I attsville. Mil. WILLIAM J.. sec-| ond son of .lohn F. and the late Nannie C. Ilickcy. Funeral from above residence to- j morrow at 9:"*i a. m : thence to St. Jaron?'? Catholic <'hurrh, where requiem muas will be said for the repesa of his soul. Interment pri-1 ?ate. ll|i;HBEROER-On Tuesday. Augusti 13. 1*118. ELIZABETH ?.. widow of Nathan Hlghtxrgcr. Funeral from her late residence. If Quiney place northeast. ^5Iass at St. Martin's Church at 9 o'clock ?omorrow. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Kindly omit flower?. KING?On Tuesday. ? neust 13, 191?, et Sandy Spring. Md., CHARLIE KING, beloved husband of Hester KinK and devoted grandfather of Frances and Cora King. Funeral services at Sandy Spring, That Rookie from the 13th ?Squad. !lL_L CROSBY cl?ST fcOMCSfCK DIED. Mr!, tosar. Relativa? and friend? invited. .\???8?-?? Mond?y. Augu?t 11. ?I at 10:30 a. ??, at Um rasidenc? ot her daufhter, ?ir?. Mary Lofton. ?4 Steven? atrMt, Tran ton. N. J.. SUSAN MARSH t nee McKtmny). beloved mother of Mr?. Reas Mil ler, Mrs. Louise Ray. Mrs. Cath erine VauEhn. and leaves to mourn a host of grand and great-grand children. Funeral ?enrices win take plate? at th? residence of her daoarhtar, Mr?. Alberta Fraaier, 48 I street north ?cat, today at 2:S0 o'clock. Inter ment at Payne'? Cemetery. MOORE?on Tuesday, Auguat IS. ISIS. GEORGE V., beloved son of Ella R. and tha lata Thomas J. Moore, aged 27 years. Funeral from his late residence, 2311 Nichols avenue, Anacostla, tomor row; thence to St. Teresa'? Church, where requiem roans will be ?aid at 5:30 a. in. Interment privat?. SCHAEFER?On Monday. August 12. 1918, EDITH MYRTLE, daughter of Ann!? T. and Peter C. Schaefer. aged 22 years. Funeral serv? jes from IS? ? street southeast today at 10 a. m. SKINNER?Suddenly, on Wednesday. August 14. 191S. at Framingham Center, Mass., Prof. A. N. SKIN NER. Notice of funeral hereafter. WARDEN?On Monday. August 12. 191*. at his residence. 300 O street southwest, charles H-, the be loved husband of Adllna Warden (nee Jackson), and father of Lillian K., John T. and Sarah H. Warden. Funeral from Zion Baptist Church todav at 2 o'clock. Friend? and relative? invited. DEATH RECORD. ?BID. Elisabeth A. Hichbcrier, 5? Tears, It Qrjiney liso? ne. Mineur H. Parker. ST. Oerftekl Hospital. Edith M. s, harter. S. 155 B at. ta Mabel (irern. 40. GarSeid Hospital. ileorte IV Ksldenbaca, 45. Proeideaee HoapitaJ. Sa. B. Kelly, 1 month. HIT Staples as. a?. OOLOBED. Alle? V. Johnaran. C rear?. 1554 Fia ate. ?v. Albert Lewis. 47, Emergency Hasrstal. Infant of Eddie and Maria Washington. 1 hour, 15 Tent?n place nw. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. Benjamin and G-ena Wolff, bor. wrn. C. and Marram Vaden. beer. Augntt and Bertie Weber, girl. George E. and Manetta FoUin, girl. Mittrm'B. and AlDerrlne Tuner, bee. Nome ard Julia Rtiadid. boy. Charlea A. and Elizabeth H. Bullir?n, ??ri. Harry and Hannah Reriugtatm. girl. Maurice and Beae Meeainier. boy. limarti S. and Barbara A. Litch?eM, boy. Louie E. and Sadie Ko**, boy. Krank ?. and Harria ?. Knapp, ?tri, Wm. E. and Laura ?. Kaehler. guL ??? oriel and Millie Hanwriu. girl. A '-.ri \v BDd Erre J. ? orerie in. bey. '.."rre ?. and Alfleld 8 Goordnm, giri. We J. and Mary L Griaaam. tiri. Oarer E. and Nantmie M. Dieta, boy. Antonio .y. Au traie* ta Chite, boy. Mitici J. and LeatiUe E. Onerar, girt WiL-on H. and Mint,.? L. Clark, bog. Wm- and Joaephine Bryant, bor. ?vtgeeje and Mary A. Brett-, boy. COLOBED Frank L and Mary E Warner, bey. .1 *?1'h R. and <t>eorgeina Tboroae. gir?. If. 1* and Marie ? Tir. Jer. boy. Easy and Jtnie -taten, boy. Wm. and Minnie Poaey, girt. John I. and Grace Lutea, boy. Gesargg ud Erjima Crawford, girl. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHIT?. Wil'i-e A rWti<k. 2?. and Sara M Kennedy, ;i"< bol at Washington. Ber. E. H. Bteren*. Berrre J. Ridgwer. 3, GrararlMe. Ind. and Helen Km?--? Garner, M, Statuitoti, Va. Bee. R. Rtsw.and. IV m :*e C'oaa Bot-frtann, 41. and Eula L Water*, S. b-Hh of WUliarnetio. N*. ?. Ber. D. H- Oeefl. Oarsr M Grime*. If. and Lillian C. Ament, S, brth of Baltimore. Ml Rer H. Bchroeder. Artlinr T. .-? 1/u ter, 25, ?? ;? ??..-.polii, lad.. and Ohr? M. MitungU, 36. Bedford, Md. Bee. 11. Vbrneder Michael i. BeiUr, 9, WubingtoB. and Teresa Brrue. ??. Tororita?. ("?oada. G??*t Jai ?. Krug. Cbeater C. Irn?kam, fl* airi Pannv F. Alea aader. ?. boti, of Etart. Mieti. Ree. H. K. Doerajaj. TlifiM L. McMullan. T, Sundardwille. Va.. ani Lillian H?.rnd<m, l*. Kuckeimile, Va. Ber. J. H. ?leffriee, William H. Hogartr. 94. an* Mr? Mary E. Kra-Kli. 41, both of Pikeaville. Md. Ber. M. V. Ua.nr.an. Wi''i'm J. nr-nerman, 9. Cfcje*^. ?? . and Marte M. lonrad, 2>, Wilkemberg. G.*. Ber. 1. M. .'-?per. Th ?ina? p. Woodward. Salada, Va., and Lac* L. BoaJajg, Tre. liana?. Va Her. G. 8. Sextoe J. *'? h V r'eTmnaugb, 94. Borktille. Md . and ??. Annie V. Harlem. 30. Washington. Ber. H. T. i-'et^fienn. Han? F<>n?t?*in. 32, tr.ti J^epWne A. Beh urlar, sSL both of Baltimore. M4. Rer. ?. T. Nicholaa. iatoea Marroni. 22, and (irn-c Hilataer, 3, both of B* it Innre. Md. Rer H. P. Down? Charlea Krr-ind. 43. and EM* Mazgolie. 27. 1-oth et Uarahimrton. Jnlge Milton Straeburgrr. L. o McAfee, ?, J.tlinionbnrg. Pa., and Alice M. Sjwlit. 2. WaabinEton. ReT. Baail 8a? It. Oeoina? H. Kd-len, -W. Baltimore. Md.. and Marv I. :is?. Q,ieen. 3B, WiUdorf. Md. .Bee. J. M. McNamar*. C?...- H. Grant. 23. New Rochelle. ? ? . and ???. UlHata M Browne, ?. ?Naw York, ?. Y. Her T. E. DaT??. Jor? pta A. Hatke ?t arri Grace Prerrtiaa Rob insrn, -?. both of Richmond, Va. Ber. Chea IL Hndaoa, Loau Morfman. 2?. and Hattie Gol?late?n, 8, Loth of Waahingtoti. Ree. A. Sheffennan. COLOBED. Arth'ir Humphrer", 31. and Ida Coleman. both of w .i j.ir?t. ? Ber. Maaoa Moma Sim ?? TwMXain. 19. Madison, Va., and Rosa W-. ? ??'., 22. bUndardsriUe, Va. flee. Jame? E. Willi-, William Carter, 24, and Ida Laodoa. 20, both of WaalMiisteo. Rer. AQuila Sajke. nadeilcR I-e. 25, and ?e*aie M. Coletnan, Z3, both of Washirgton. fier. B. M. Blour. GUNMAN GETS $10 IN FRUIT STAND HERE Tiptoeing; Into a fruit stand run by Nick Versi? and his brother Bill at 1401 Ninth street northwest, aa unknown man held up Bill Vereis at the point ot a pistol and compelled him to open his cash rerlster. Th? robber then looted the money drawer, got about $10 in ?liver, and ran out. Frank Mitchell, of 720 Thirteenth street northwest, pursued the rob ber into an alley leading; off Colum bia street, where a shot was fired at him. The hold-up man waa lost Ficht of here. Nick Vcrsls msde the report to headquarters. Bill stayed away for some reason or other. Nick said that the robber wa? a white man. about 25 years of age, S feet t Inches .In height, wearing a gray suit and a straw hat and dark tan shoes. PURELY PERSONAL John P. Tregor. of the Govern ment Printing Office, is spending his leave with friends in Harrisonburg-. Va. Carl J. Pulkerson, has received an appointment as clerk in th? Patent Office. Robert D. Palmer has returned from a business trip to Canden. N. J. Joseph W. Lanta and Edward E. Franey, of the Arrie ul tu ral Depart ment, are stoppine st th? Breakers in Atlantic City, N. J. Wilbur T. Greaves, of th? Coast and Geodetic Survey, haa been de tailed to Boston for special work. Frank T. Marsh, of Dover, Del., Is In the city for a few days. Mira Lot.'ca Haas, of Washington, who has been visitine in Atlantic City has ???? to Philadelphia. Mrs. James J. Shechy and her daughter Mi?? Nan C. Sheehy ?r? visiting In Colorado Springs, Col. Urs. Richardson Gibson haa gone to Cape May for the summer. General and Mrs. James Franklin Bell have gone to Taniuiatk. Maas, fei I tiFl? Puk f >- " ?atl?al ?astsTJSI aa?S FHtaa.?* A? th? name sussests, a (?mini?? (arment formed th? author'? In spiration when he wrote the new Richard Carl? musical comedy "Fur? and Frill?." which will com? to th? New National Theater on Sunday nlfht. The ?arment la question Is an expensive Russian ?abl? coat which e?rur?g In a chain of inci dent? which pro-ride the moat re freshing; comedy. Mr. Carl? is cast in the role of Max Tarlali?a role particularly adapted to hi? versa tility and one which sires him op portunity for a ?lirhtly diff?rent line of work from wheh hi? ad mirer? hav? ever before seen htm In. A ?triklngly beautiful chorus, a cast of clever musical comedy artista, tuneful maatc and scenic aad co? tume environment which la unique ?nd attractive, combine to make "Fur? and Frill?." one of the most populer musical comedies which ha? been presented In recent years P?ll'??"Sevra Dar?* Leave.? When "Seven Dar?' Leave" la seen In this city, next week, beginning Sunday nicht, the audience at Poll's Theater will hare an opportunity of wltnesslnc what Secretary "at the Navy Daniels describes as "a realistic pic ture of action on a sun-deck, and a ?plendld lesson in patriotism." This ?cene occurs In th? third act. when a Yankee cruiser, with Its siz-pounder and its rapid Are ?run, destroys sn en emy submarine lurking for the Amer ican transports in the/ English Chan nel. In the history of melodrama there here been many ?pectaclea that have made ?tac? history, but It la doubtful tf any before have ao atlrred the patriotism of the people aa this scene, with the American -runners. ?tripped to the waist, actually tirine the bis suns. In motion pictures, this sort of thins has been realised, but seldom. If ever before, on the ?peak Ins stase. Thi? play during its twenty weeks' run at the Park Theater. New York. was witnessed by about 200.000 per sons. No other play approached It for the democracy of its audiences, for It appealed to all classes, with a spark of patriotism In their veins. rver After.* Alice Brady, who for the paat three year? haa devoted her Urne exclusively to motion pictu.es. will return to the stase at the Belasco next week in tha stellar role of ?Forever ?rfter.** a new play of to day by Owen Davi?, which trans ports th? spectator from a battle field in France to th? sentie peace ful atmosphere of a Vermont vil lage; from the quartera of the Har vard crew on the Thames, near New London, to a base hospital In Fiance snd bsck again to tbe quiet country home of the heroine. To support Miss Brady, a notable cast has been selected. Playins op posite her 1? onrad Nagel, and other well-known playera include John Warner. Mr?. Rusa Wl.ytal, Frank Hatch. Isahelle Lamen. Rob ert Vaughn. Bernice Parker, J. Paul Jones. Frederick Menait and Harry Foreman. B. F. Kelt*?*?? Hele? Ware. Helen Ware, the eminent emotion-il actress, is payins Keith vaudeville a complimentary visit, snd ?rill next week be the stellar attraction at B. F. Keith? Theater. Thia rifted artiste has chosen for her present premiere "The Eternal Barrier." with a theme that 1? new to the ?tase. Tbe extra added attraction will be the interna tional artist?. Jan Rubini and Diane D'Aubrey. The former is the famous Swedish violin virtuosi, and ltne. f'Aubrey, a French chanteuse. Next in order will be the popular minstrel comedian. Bert Swor. Other? wilt be Lillian Fitrgerald. the Imitative an?! Imitated comedienne, with Clarence Senna; Ernest Evan? and girla, th? Barry girl? In ?on? hit?: Dupree ?nd Dupree. In unlcycllnS extraordinary; McDevltt. Kelly and Luc?. In "The Piano Mover and the Actress." the pipe organ recitals end the H.-arst Pathe new? pictorial snd real war films. Next Sunday at 3 and ?:? p. m. at B. F. Keith? the bill will submit the Msstersinccrs. In "At Kore River." and the balance of thl? week? pro gram? tyre.m?"Tbe Trail Hitter?.?? Featuring; Johnny Weber and Augusta Lanar. "The Trail Hitters." James E. Cooper'? newest produc tion, will come to the Lyceum The ater Sunday for a week? ensase nent. Weber is known to all bur lesque patrons a? one of the Ameri can circuit'? leading comedians, and Miss Lans has been seen in Wash ington in vaudeville. She 1? the prima donna of the Cooper aerrre gatlon. Weber will be assisted In comedy work by Georse S. Bank?, Charles Edward? and Don Tient. El?ie Betel Is the Ingenue prima donna, and Babe Richman the soubietto. William K. Wells la the author of the play and the music was written by Hal Dyson. 'The Trail Hitters" present two burletta? In alx scenes which de pict fa?hlonable life at Newport and other eastern re?oi t?. An unuiuall" attractive stage atmosphere I? created by the elaborate scenic ef fect?. Scene? depicted include Sea Cliff Inn. and srounds at Newport. I.nevT. Celasabla?"Mereece Bound." Douglas Fairbanks, In his latest photoplay, "Morocco Bound." will continue a? the feature et Loew'a Columbia for the remainder of the current week. The opener of the picture is a cleverly devised trick to awaken quick interest Fairbanks, bound arms and feet to a prison wall, and two ferocious-looking Morocs have Just hurled a bomb, with light ed fus?, at tbe Falrbanksian feet. It ??zales and burns in threatening dis aster to the best pair of acro batic "understandinss" In tbe pic ture business. This item starts the Interest immediately, and then the plot Is revealed. Sunday and for the flrst half of next week Pauline Frederick will be seen In a film ver sion of Victorian Sardou's "Fedora." Gayety?The Milli?? Dellar Delsa.?* A refre?hlns musical ?bow. "The Million Dollar Dolls.'' will be the at traction at the Gayety Theater next tveek, commencing with Sunday'? per formances. This organization Is said to be one of the brightest burlesque attractions of years. There are fifty jolly' people In It, and they present an entertainment with refined fea ture?, gorgeous sown?, entrancing music, wholesome fun, the latest sons hits and a beauty chorus. The mu sical burletta is styled "In a Whirl of Pleasure." CU? Brardon I? the principal ?tfun maker and he Is as sisted by the charming California prima donna, Ede Mae. Others In the cast are Norma Barry, Ingenue. Josephine Turner, soubrette; Tom Gillen, Harold Carr. Edward Dunbar and James Peck, comedians Meere?? gtraad* "Taya of Fete.? For the remainder of the week the screen st Moore's Strand Theater will show the impreaaiv? photoplay In which Mme. Alla Nazimova Is sta In 'Toys of Fate." In this subject the distinguished Russian artiste a* plays greater versatility, a more facile interpretative power and more appealing charm than in any ^2?? ^?ext Week ertJeolat? or InartlcuUt? **?-?. production la atae that astasi tbe The production Ushed new recatos for ausntlots detall aad rectorial quality. Next week at the Strand win dlridad between The Us sus Mirth." to be shown th? ?Vttst tu days of th? weak, and "The Dollar Miles." ta ha last three. Ia the forwaar tjha f>rte dpal roles are takea by *SUth?srsB? Harri? Barrymore, Joseph ??1?h?. Edward Abele?, and others it itjsil note. On th? latter will he saaa the faactnallns Dolly Twins. l*m?sln and *f anaci, .' C???? ?taastfc? StwvS? (Kara.* A feature of unusual Interwt to < mo? Theater patrons next week wSU be th? ?hewing of the photoplays made on it? ?tose laat week by the "Makins Movie Stars" Company. Uig-elhar ?rttn pictures of tbe audle-ioea. Th? regular bill, which tariti not ht? abridged thcreL). win ?-tiss?at Mc Kay? Scotch Revue, a rar?! -at tjasa donlsn dances, musse and Svii^s est Bonnie Scotland, by a tina ooinpanr: Miller and Lyle. In "The Shade? at* Night;" Ed. Howard and in "Back to Birmingham,?' classic: atae Curtle. a dainty comedienne; the Wyoming Tri?, to ? rodeo of Western ?ports and and Charles Klass. with Mi I piano-accordion. Mme. Alta mova'? latest photoplay la*l?*i? "Revelation." will be tbe added saetti ne? attraction. The Mack Seartstt film comedy. "His Smothered Love. * and th? H?arst-Patha New? alas ?pa be shown. Sunday's pei fui mance?. ?Hill?? at S p. m . will fe.fure this ?reek t at tractions, headed by "Around the \? orld." the International Revue, and "The Rising Generation." a rouains Juvenil? patriotic production. Ca.iB??-?h??w a? Wiaina? The Casino for the coming wag?. Is ? ttcmptlns ?n ambltioua program tor a burlesque house. The fortheetnms attraction has been chrt?tened The Burleak Show of Wonders." and It to said to be repleta with feature? and surprise?. Fifty people are In the cast. Thia includes thirty-six charmins anaidena. Th? clever ?kit upon which "Th? Bur leak Show of Wonders" is built Is full of good, clean, wholeaome comedy and plenty of musical numbers. The Casino Theater enjoys the rep utation of being one of the coolest in Washington. ?Hoare'. Gardes??-*?*> cwlwek." y The attraction at Sloore? Oardsto Theater for today la Paralts2a latest release, "Wedlock,** la whlc> tbe stellar role la taken by Loulae Glaum. For th? laat two slaya of th? week 'The Scandal Monger?' will be the major attraction, lm thia gripping subject the stellar roles are taken by lois Weber. Phillips Smsliey and Rupert Julian Next week will brins to th? Oar den Sunday through Tuesday. Alia? Joyce, filmed as the star of "To the Hiebest Bidder." Wednesday aaat Thursay. "Love Watches," In which ? h armi- ? Corinne Griflltb la the *??* ttired star. Friday and Saturday ?r"B be featured at the Gadden by <~?i w?t? Myers ia "Th? Dream Lady." *? ( ^1 - - - ?**r Marshall Hall readiness? for fourth annual tournament and All 1? In readme?? for ta* tMr-t-r tall to be held at wUrshan bS ? next Wednesday. Aa elaJMrate ?arh | gram has been prepared which It sS I expected ?rill exceed tlaoaa of peat ? year?. Tilting between "the ear ; knitht?'" Of ail? vtclrwtr will beaia * at noon, and prises aggregating S10S ? will be awarded the winner?. Th? ?speaker of the day will be Hon. Sid r.ey E. Mudd. while In the evening; (sn address will be made by Hoe, st?ne Posey. The crowning of tha eueen and king, followed by the di?? trih.tion of prises and dancing, ia set for S 30 p. m. Chesapeake Brack. The Clark Rasillisn?. acrobat* and aerial performers, will contine?? j to be the free vaudeville act at , Chesapeake Beach next week. ? Shows will be given daily at 1 atari S o'clock, the afternoon and even ing performnace? bei as different. - After-office crowd?, carried to the re?ort on the train that leave? tr? District line each evenlns at S.-sJ o'clock, remain extremely Ursa? These crowds reach the beach lonc before dark, stivine; tbe excursionists ample time to neh and crab fror? the 3.0"i0 foot pier and take a ?th'? licl.tfully refreshing plung? In th? salty surf. - Great Fall* Part?. The comins week at historic Great,' Falls rark will be one of many ape? i cial attraction? includine the pop-. ular concerts both afternoons aad evenings by the Ladles' Liberty Orchestra and dancins la the iarg-e pavilion. The electric aast search light effect? on the falla at night, add to the attractiveness of th? re sort. A daily chins? of free motion. I pictures Is siso a feature. Many en ter:.? p:rr amusements for chlldrea are provided. Criterio?? Admirer? of Roy Stewart, the whirl-? ; wind Western star, who has fousht and ridden his ?ay into the hearts of ! picture lovers, today bare an oppor l tunity of seeing him In a play he I wrote at the Criterion Theater. "Cac? ' tua Crandai!" is the titie of the pic ture. In the cast are Marlon Marvin, Pete Morrison. William EHengford and Joe Rlekson. Sunday's feature will bs "The Bond man." Hall Calne'? powerful ?tory adapted to th? screen. William Far? tram Is the star and he I? aupported by a company of exceptional merit. Dorothy Bernard, a local favorita oa the lecitimate ?tase, plays the lead ins feminine rola , _ ?' Glea Feb. rark. Glen Echo Park, reached on caria that pass through the downtown ?ec?. tloru offers all the modern paral amusement including the three bis?. cooling rides?the whip, the irra?Its? ra'lway and the derby racer as addi tion to many other attractions. Dente- , Ins to the music of a ten-piece or chestra in the large, cool pa-rUlc? weekday evening? Is popular. Sunday( afternoon and evenins the conceits by th? park band, under the leadership of Charlea O. Mills, ara th? ?poetai feature. It Is proposed to erect near Jen?? . salem, at th? end of tba erar, a., monument to the memory of orneara, noncommissioned officers and man of , th? Egyptian Expeditionary Fore* . who have fallen In Sinai and Pala?- , line -i BAND CONCERT PROGRAM. f Tads? at rat p, a.. Bwnaanlgs >i ? ?? Mann. Su? casern, ?slur F. SaasU. mu tai le?*?. < PBOGRA-d March. "Sta? of tori. Sau.' . Orwturs. "Tb* Barter at senil?''. Rwsretion. "Tb. UttW D.JIIS?"... Sotai. "Tb. H?*r lio". M?*rim Pete? Bar Pstrol. "Th. Bpim ?f Awwrsta* "Serf l>swc .O Dsacriptiae Santas??. ' dori Life" Le "Tb? Bur ?, instil tus? "