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HERALD
WANTS
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DISPLAYED?for it can be found in a minute by
anybody who may be interested in wbat you offer.
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WANTED? MALE.
\#AV " rruNDES AND MILLKK
>? nA HAVWORTH PL'B
MO PPCSE. O 1 ? "?
tjm WANTED AT ONCE; FIRST
et>-PKES9ERS ON OLD WORK;
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kiv DRIVERS AND FIREMEN WANT
f ApiWr APIHUNTMENT OFFICE. Boresa
lards. Conn. a*e., and Pierce Mill road.
ED-FIRST CLASS COAT MAKER.
I at ooc* CM 12U? *. mw. *1-*
? ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO
IL SMITH. 803 C st. sw. tf.
IN ALL BRANCHES OF
most essential industry at the
tnt time; schools now being
to teach the various
r_es of shipbuilding; you get
i while learning. Apply V1R
>A SHIPBUILDING C0RP0
MON'S representative, U. S.
Jrtment of Labor Employment
ce. 1410 Pa. ave. nw.
au29-7t
hi (JBADS. OR HI(1H SCHOOL BOY
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oys. help Uncle Sam.
arn money to buy W. S. S.
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Jermg The Herald. $10 a
nth and $2 a month bonus,
piy Mr. S. TRAVIS. 819
1 st. nw. tf
CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY
_,?m, tor MECHANICS ?nd LA BOH
i car repairs for main ?hc?? and diriston
railway work tn Washington Is claaaed
I as ESSENTIAL employment.
tlra wages sod free transportation o'ff
to MASTER MECHANIC at ?*op*
rt_ nw. a'iS-tf
MEN AS WAREHOUSE
full or part time, between
_ m. and 6 a. m., at 33 cents
hour. Apply Mr. UFFELTON,
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WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
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jly to the Timekeeper,
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ng The Washington Herald.
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tf
. BRAKKMEN FOR POTOMAC
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i and other occnpsHons st rsrious
Bylvania Railroad. Apply W New
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"WANTED?ONE WITH
nary school education to
printing trade. Excellent
ortunity for wide-awake
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'FOREMAN. Herald office.
:R9 and hglpeus wanted sou
re?D dthtery wagona cod ? utomoWler
mi preferred THE OARRY ICfc
I CO.. in D a. ie. mini
BOY r')R HKK.VLD ROUTE. AF
U. LEHMAN. ?**. llth nw anlfrll
ETLTbTTT to ozttve 9"erall>
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i? Department Main 6000
taneat ti Justice Main 196
Secret Service (night) Colombia 3396
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?UnfctJ Main 2854
FOR HIRE. FOR HIRE.
Who Wants to Hire a . ?
Three-ton Tmck?
I've got a three-ton truck that I want to rent.
I won't accept any proposition for lew than a week, and
would rather make it for a month's duration or more.
If you've got any use for a three-ton motor truck and a
driver, just
. ?? '? ? ? ? #?'
ADDRESS BOX 303,
HERALD OFFICE.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
WANTED?CONDUCTORS AND
motormen; wage* 32 cent* pei
hour for first year up to 38 centi
per hour at end of fourth year;
credit given former trainmen foi
previous service with us; age 19 to
50 years; permanent employment
to men of good character. Apply
2 p. m.. THE CAPriAL TRAC
TION CO.. 36th & M sts. nw.,
Washington. D. C.
mo.tu.thu
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
CASHIERS. ACOOl'STANTS AND OFFICE
...i.i.nt. An>ly CASHIER. ilb floor,
Roril. G a 11th sU. PT *3 *
BRIGHT WOMEN TO LBARN PRBrtS FEKD
ing; (Odd oaca to begin. HAYWORTH
Pl"BLISHINO HOISS. tS O rt. n?. ?n31.*3
WANTED-REL1AJU.R COMPETENT COU
ored tirt is nur* for IjmmH boy. Apply
Sunday or Monday. 1K3 lnin? ?t.
wanted?first class taiujrbss to
help on conti MS l*th ?t. nw. "I'M
SETTLED WHITE WOMAN AS HOIISE
and nun* for two children in ?u>wirban
home. AddNM Mra. FAT HACKNEY. Mount
Ruinw. Mi^ *?Ht
WASTED-CUUHMP GIRL ABOUT 13
<rara old. t^'\ao?r? a morning (iodd
worker. Aprfit 26? Moaart place northwrat
Telephone Col. 27S3- ??g-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED.
! MARINE ENGINEER. FIRST CLASS CT
I cense. also first clatm machinist, wants job on
I Warship or transport. Address BOX 298. Her
| ????????JJiLIi_
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
! tiOOD FOUR ROOM HOUSE**; ll<) MONTH.
White o? colored. WILRERSON. C3 V rt.
I nw sel-3t
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
! Fob SA L:c - ELEVEN ACRES. SEVEN ROOM
! dwelling, and outbuildings on electric railway
I in Virginia: twenty-five railed from Waahingtou;
fruit of all kind*; good water: price. $1,230.
CAY WOOD k. GARRETT. 1231 N. Y. ave.
au31-3t
REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE-SOUTHEAST:
Five-room and bath;
Brick bouses near ravy yard;
Near cars, only $2,2w;
For colored tuyera;
$250 Cash, balance eaav
R. W. BEALL. 1320 New York ate. nw.
I Call Main 5500. Call Residence Oolumbia IM6.
\ Careful Investments
i Of money in First Deeda of Trust (First Mort
1 gagea) on Wa?hington. i>. G.. Real Estate al
ways give fbe full interest promised and the
. return of all the principle due. regardless of
' the rarying incomes and values of other aecon
' ties. We bare bsen succesafully engaged in
making these investments for our rlienta for
more than a quarts cf a century. Infest
meats. $230. $500 to $10,000. at 6 per cent now
resdy for delivery. Large investment* made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building, 807 15th St.
Some Da* a Rome or Investment at
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WOT NOT TODAIT
For plats, illustrated bnoka. and foil partial
lars about these little farms, attractive borne
sites, and low prices, see or write
J. S. TOMLINSON.
SOUTHERN BLDG. MAIN. TH3
Six n-w horses snd bungaiowa ready for in
apection. S1.M0 to $3.5C0. Eaay ternu.
sodtf
WANTED?REAL ESTATE.
WANT til - EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE TS
northwest section; not over $5,000; terms must
be r?asooabl? and possession given by August
31. 19!S. Addvcsa BOS 300. Heralfl office, sui-tt
MOVING PACKING, STORING.
Smith's Transfer & Storage Co.
North 3342. N 3343.
N 3344
Night or Holiday,
Franklin 3911.
Long Distance
Moving.
SAFETY FIRST.
1 ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 8TOEAHE
Booms. $2 snd op. Moving snd Packing
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. ?*-? "**>
st. nw. Phones M. <29 and Franklin 3tO. ti i
r MOVING !
We furnish large padded vana end careful men ,
to handle your goods.
PACKERS of furniture, pianos, diina, tries- j
brae. etc. Experienced men only.
SHIPPING ?o all parrs of ths world.
STORAGE few fnmiUra, pisnos, sod bou*
hold goods.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
REFRfcERATORsT ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any site
refrigerator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
LOST.
LUST?LADY'S WATCH; "ANNIE V HIMS"
engraved inside; rtwai<1 and no question* a.-K
ed if returned to 1212 N st. nw. hcl It
LOST^T'UR OF Nl:*E GLAH8k5 IN BLACK
He. GEORGE MKHKV. 120 Bryant at nw
I Reward. au31-3t
LOST?THREE SMALL HHEETS DRAWINGS
of machinery on draft linen done in ink; re;
ward if returned to IOCO E at. nw. an'i3t
LOST?A ri'RHB OOWTAINIflG gfM OF
money and receipt*, between Annapolis Junc
tion and Firemen "a Hal). Brontw 4. Md. Lib
eral reward. GI T C. BOPST R. x 113. Mount
Rainier, Md. se|>t2-3t
PERSONALS.
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS
Nervous and Special Disease* at Men an* Women
Means Health to You If You Suffer
j From Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism, Const i pa
I tion. Pi lea. Throat. Lings, Brain. Heart. BUod
aod Skin Disease*. Nerttus Debility, Kidney
j Diseases, Bladder Trouble, Specific Blood Poi
I sooing, Eruption*. Clcera. and AH Private Dts
| eaaea Cozed for Life by bafe Mttbods.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Koom for Ladici
Office Hour*. 10 to 1. 3 t<? 6. Sunday*. 10 to 12.
WORKINGJIEN-FACILITIES WILL BE
continually growing r garding our business. ]
Stock will represent the best maker* ?.< we can
sell a fine grade new pair of pants and no !
trouble to get $1 or more, and jou sate tlie i
"dif." Hostlers are wis-*, boys thev are. j
Jl>TH s n|.l> ^T \.\r> fl> 1? .r
WRECKERS AND BUILDERS.
! WE WRECK ALL KINDS OF RIJILDINC8.
A. R. THOMPSON. L37 E at se. WrerMer '
i and Builder. jeltMf
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN MY UNLETTERED ALTO- 1
mobile, city or suburban, and pay you highest !
prices (or ladies', gentlemen's, children's die- i
carded c'ofhing, of all descripti/ms. Address I
porta; or phone. 1 will call E BICE. 13J2 ?tb i
st. nw. H '.T*
J-OR SALE-FURNITURE.
CASH T7 ?. CASH j
credit .furniture credit!
HOPWOOD'S
Popular Price Furniture and Stove I
Store. 8th and K Sts. N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN.
U0MB1 ~TO LOAN ON AHPBOVED CVtt
real Mtate at lowest current rates; speciv
privilege* with respect to prior raiments
TYLER A RrTHERFORD. Inc.. *17 ISth 'st H
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WINDOW SCREENS ANII SHADES. |
WINDOW SHADES MADE TO OKDEU.
Best Opaque on H. H. Rollers.
J. G. PREINKERT. 1:300 H ?t. ne.
Phore I. 4128. tfxS
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OOOD CHANCE for TAIT/1R TO MAKE
money; tailoring establishment in a large
cam? for sale; owner drafted. For particulars
box 300. Herald office. au2&-7t
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobile*, Tiro., AmiMllOh
Itrpaln, Tracks, Trailer., st.r
Ta*la. Auto Glaaa, Ga
'???. Battcrita, Etc.
USED CARS.
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealer* in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
203 N. Broad at..
I'biladtlphta. Pa.
1.000 car* to ailan frojn-me, mr, 19M
modtU, in all make.. ISO tip. Calalon. lm
on r?inMt. ?cH.e.ni.nie.is.a.B.js.a.io
GARAGE BUILDERS.
OIK LIST OF SATISFIED "tiABAGB IX)N
crete" owner?, is growing weekly. Your moie.
See us now. WILLIAM SERBY, 711 13th st.
nw. Main 303*. seJ-lt
AUTO TRUCKS.
guaranty TRUCKS - CONVERTS RBO.
Paige. Ford. Columbia. Pullman. Buicki
Cherroict. Pierre-Arrow and all makes of cars
into a <>ne or a two ton truck. GUARANTY
TRUCK CO.. 344 Pa. are. nw. Lincoln 6?78.
art-it
TIRES.
An extra good lot of standard second*, all
size*.
For instance 30x3^ nonakid. 114.70.
All other tizes at -proportionate prices.
Still slashing pricca on Diamond. guaranteed
3.300 mile tires.
CHAS B. MILLER. INC
f!2 14th st. nw.. four doors north of B.
4,000 mile guarantee in following sUe only
114.00
NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLY CO..
fTI 9th 8t nw.
AUTO GLASS.
Windshields replseed. lenses, auto glass. K.
M. TARANTO. mi N. Y. ate. Franklin ??.
au*tf
AUTO REPAIRS.
TO SATISFY A CUSTOMER
tnd make a booster of him we must turn his
machine cut in perfect condition. When you
drite your csr out of our shop it is in condttion
f?r sertice. Our expert mechanics know bow.
The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop.
D st. st llth. Phone Franklin 7231.
ANY SERVICE. ANY TIME. ANY PLAC&.
Autos of any make aud age repaired or rebuilt.
Fords fixed while yon wait Storage. I{<)B
ROY MACKEY. 513 10th st. se. Lincoln 2380.
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
WHY
it pays the suto owner who lets us ktep his car
perfectly equipped.
BECAUSE
J we are prepor^d to render experienced sertice
' sud hs*t in stock s complete line of sccessones
; of etery chsracter. including the famous Good
| rich Tires. Oila. grease*, gasoline.
Central Auto Supply Co., Inc.
I*)I Pa. ste. nw. Phone M. 4784
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
$179 ( 56 00 MONTHLY) WILL PAY FOR
? Barmore Upright I'iano ip good condi
tion. mahogany case, fine tone. THE
HECflT CO., Piano Annex. 618 F nw. tt
$1? (fp.00 MONTHLY) WILL PAY FOR
n Frederick Upright Pisno In splendid
condition; fine tone, mahogany case. THE
HECHT CO.. Piano Annex, 618 F nw. U
| $'.S3 <JJ CO MllNTHI.Y) WILL PAT FOK
, i Wagner Upright Piano; good ss new.
j mahogany case, fine tone. THE HECHT
| CO., Piano Annex, 618 F st. nw. tl
$1W <|7.0> MONTHLY) WILL PAY FOR
s Stulf* Pros. Upright Pisno; mahogany
case, beautiful tone; an exceptional tslue.
THE HECHT CO., 7th st.. uesr F nw. tf
$-29 <?Vi YEARS TO PAY) WILL BUY A
Playolo Player I'iano. good condition. 15
music rolls and one year's free tuning In
cluded. THE HECHT CO., 7th at. near
F st. fiw. * ft j
NEWSPAPER ROUTE FOR SALE IN B"e5t
section of nbrthweat; earnings $150 per month;
owner will be subject to new draft must sell
before called. Apply CIRCULATION MAN
ACER. Herald office. \ aul>it
DINING ROOMS.
ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
12th and E N. W. oVKSjSfSS* '
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Prices.
EDUCATIONAL.
SPECIAL SHORT COURSES.
Tfl-EWKITtNO-QaK* raulU fcjr ocUtmal cart
sjstem; completed in from four to six weeks.
DAILY?9 to 1
EVENINGS-5 to T and T to t.
Wo furnish frw books and stationery for Him*
8TENOGRAPHY-ORJDGO. PITMAN and
GRAHAM, by original method*.
BUSINESS BRANCHES-English, Arithmetic,
Bookkeeping.
This Is the only school In tho dty baring a
former Cirll Service Ekaminer coaching for
THE DR1LLERY. 1100 N. Y. Ave.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW
COEDUCATIONAL
Twenty third year opena September St at T p.
m. Tuition 971 par annum. Sessions at either
*M or ?JO p. m. Office hoars, 10 to I3JT
New York are. Phone Main 458ft.
VIRGINIA.
WILLOW BROOK ACADEMY.
A home school for children from *-l?. Lo
i^stei in one of the moat healthful spots in
Tbe (J. S. Excellent school advantages; a good
home; open all the year. Music, La*in, French,
Scout sod Military training. Excellert bum net*
course. J. C. BBATY, Hesdmaeter. Bin ?mont. Va.
EASTERN COLLEGE-CO-ED; THIRTY
minutea from Wasbingtoo. D. C.; degree,
prep, and junior school courses; sge ten upwerd;
rste 5350; opena September 25. Dr. ROOF,
President. Manassaa. Va.. box 4. su23 30t
NAVIGATION^
Evening Courses Begin September 2.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
Phone West 820.
George Washington University
LAW SCHOOL
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Begin* 54th Year Sept. 25, 1918
Member Association of Amer.can Law Schooia.
Strict standarda; aelect student body. Maxi
mum credit from ciber schools. Instruction
by most approved methods by professions! teach
ers sod lawyers in active practice. Late after
noon and optional esjly morning c'.astes for
employed students.
Ste'y. Wnsonle Temple. Mnln 4MO.
PROPOSALS
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
in this Bureau at Ruom No. 135 until 1
o'clock pi in., Thursday, September 5, 1%8, for
the otoring by hand of coal and wood delivered
by the Bureau of Minee Government Fuel Yards
to the bina of the Municipal Government of the
District of Columbia and the Federal Depart
ineuta and indei>endeot establishment- during the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1919. Ft rm of pro
pcaal will he supplied on application. All
iropuasla must be securely enveloped, marked
"Propoaals for Storing Coal and Wood," and
be addrewed to the Director of the Buresa of
Mines. Department of the Interior. Washing
ton, D. C. The right U reserved to reject any
and all hide. or accept or reject any psrt
thereof in tl?e discretion of the Ruesu. VAN.
H. MANNING. Director, Bureau of Mine*.
a>i3l,*2.3
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. Dis
trict of Columbia. August 3>. 1918. SEALED
PROPOSALS will be received at the office of
the S??cretary of the Beard of ^oinmustoners.
Room ill, IHstriet Building, until ? o'clock, p.
m.. September 6, 1918, for fnrui*hing and In
stalling one steel stack anl one radial brick
Mack, at the D. C. Work Mouse, at Occoquan.
Va. Blank forms of propossl, specifications and
all necessary information may be obtained from
the Chief Clerk, Engineer Department, Room
?. District Building. Waablngtoo. D. C. A
deposit of Ave dollars will be required from
bidders to insure the return of the plans and
specification*. LOUIS BROW SLOW, JOHN
G. D KNIGHT. W. GWYNN GARDINER.
Commissioner*. D. O. su27.g.0.30.31.se2
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
Arti&rjc-exprcaslve?inerpe naive.
Gude Bro?. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt snto delivery service.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Membeis by invitation National Selected Mor
ticians. Servicea rendered in nil parts of tbe
Lnited States by special representetivea.
Telephone >45^. EsUllisbed IKO.
Main 5512-5513
17.10-32 Pa.
Avenue.
W. W. Chambers. K. P. Chamber*
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
? 1400 Chapin St. N. W.
We Cse Automobile Service Exclusively,
Modern Chapel. Day or Night. Phone CoL 43*.
DIED.
BLAND-On Friday. August 30. 1918.
at 6:30 a. m.. xit h? r residence.
G street northwest, MARY EL
LEN, the only and beloved daugh
ter of Edward T=*. and Mary A.
Blard tn^e Lualami, aged 15 years
and 8 months.
Funeral tomorrow at 3 p m.. from
above address. Relatives ana
friends invited.
CAMERON?On Friday. August ?.
1918, at Donegal. Lancaster Count*,
Pa., JAMES DONALD CAMERON,
in the 86th year of his age.
Funeral services at his late resi
dence, 407 North Front street.
Harrisburg, Pa., today at 3 p. m.
Interment private.
rOOPKR-On Friday. August 30. 191S.
ROBERT W., beloved husband of
Rosa D. Cooper.
Funeral from the chapel of William
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TODAY'S CASUALTY LIST
THE AFTERNOON LISTS.
! The following casualties nfm report,
jed by the commanding general of the
American Expeditionary Puree*:
Killed In action (1
Missing In action
Wounded awerely la
Died of wounds 14
Wounded, decree undertermlned: S*
Died af disease 5
ToUl
Killed la AeUam.
Capt. Orvllte L. Anderson, Greal
Falls, Mont.
LIEUTENANTS.
Joseph W. Emery. Jr., Qulncy, In.
I Gerald F. Kelly. Marietta. Ohio
I I-es H. Wall. St. louls. Mo
Charles T. Gardner, LaulsVllle. Ky.
SERGEANTS.
? James Sebo-Dayton, Ohio.
William LCsselyoung, Marsheld,
1 Wis.
Roy Vlngera. LaCrossc, Wis.
Corporal Albert Edward Wethereii.
Saginaw, Mich.
PRIVATES. ?
Joseph Adam*. Chicago. 111.
Homer A. Armstrong, Philomath.
Ore.
Wells Armstrong, Ridgefleld. Wash.
Guy C. Burson. Gasper, Wyo.
Daniel F. Callahan. New Haven.
Conn.
Charles Joseph Casey, Philadelphia.
Pa.
Moses J. Collette, Spencer, Mass.
Stanley Coryell. Browntown, Wis.
Thomas J. Couphlin. New Yora
N. T. .
Walter H. Creasey. Custer. Wash.
Thomas F. Cunningham. Fairfield,
Mont.
Earl Elliott. Hanley, N. Me*.
Walter Frederick Etue. Bay City
Mich.
James Fields, Kermlt. W. Va.
Fred Fuerback. Milwaukee, Wis.
James E. Gotdthorpe. Fort Plain
N. T.
Alfred Gross. Shawano. W si
Charle> E. Wiggins, Chsmpion, Al
berta, Canada.
Roy Htpp. Milwaukee. Wis.
Albert ljm?, Superior. Wis.
Herman Lelstlkow, N. Milwaukee
Wis.
Ansele* Soulis. Tehachapl, Cal.
Leo Szczepanski. Auburn. Mich.
Jean B. Hourcaillon, San Francisco.
Cal.
Leonard A. Knutson. Sister Bay
Wis.
Angelo Leberace. Concord, Mass.
Robert Luecke. Shawatio. Wis.
Douglas McCloskey, Carson City.
Mich.
Hugh A. Manchester. Detroit, Mich.
Murry Mason. Blanchardville. Wis.
Merton Maynard. Lodi. Wis.
Herman Otto Pardse. Bay City.
Mich. ?> ??
friaries E Peebles. Crystal City. Mo
Elmer J. Perkins, Houghton. Mich.
Peter Petronls. S.ranton, Pa
George J. Rutter. Seattle. Wash.
James H. Schoolpy, Zillah. Wash.
Edward Van necke. Chicago, ni.
Ira W. Walker. Thorndale. Tex.
ktsworth E. Welch. Dallas Pa.
Peter Wirketis. Chicago. III.
Julius Wozenskl. W?stAe1d. Mass.
Died of Womds.
Corp. Clyde Burlev. Big Run, Pa.
i,cch. John R. Slrasbough. Dill
town. Pa.
^William E. Bateman. Mountain Top,
Frank B Ewell. Philadelphia. Pa
Mun>hy. Rushford. Mtnn.
Albert H. Pohlman. Seward. Nebr
A uls Porter. Quality, Ky.
Harrison Townaend. Seymour. Tenn.
Ohartea H Walts. Penbrook, Pa.
Charles H. Wunsch. St. Louis. Mo.
I W?"h. Abrams. Deep Creek.
James Willard Blanchard. Kalama
zoo, Mich.
Ira Jackson. Rahcock, Ga.
Joseph Jordan. Bangor. Maine.
IMed of DiMMf.
S^rct Ma) Joh" M. Klingen
jsmith. Greensburg, Pa.
DIED.
H. Pa 1 do & Companv. ?u h streer
northeast, today at 2 ? m ReU
tives and friends iri.ied to attend.
(VorfJJik" v 1 (V<i,r H^> Cemetery
(Norfolk. \ a., papers please copy).
ESEVA~0lJh Fr,Ka.3, Au?u*< ?. ISIV
'he beloved daughter of
KullJ ? ^ *"1 Carrie V. "stes
ston vl ,at0 hom<?. Bail
ment Glenwood) " 8 ? m
Ev*5.r?n,i,r PF"dm?:
s'\3R All^M 41I-v'a ffr*1 !,ou,heM?.
I FaUnPdn,f'
FE!m,K|Ko)ft,.lrMVt;R- ^'oved hus
h??\>S yemr*?" J' ">
I Funeral services at his late resi
&"??? If'six Apartment, " a
| < all forma street, todav ?t l r* m
j Burial in Nashville, Tenn (fialti
and ?Ba'mrnnr Amerfcin
aim Baltimore News please copy).
GRnEN-On Friday. August So. mis.
-i.JL* P ^ m.. THOMAS H.
beloxed husband of Clara M
Green (nee White)
Funeral from his late residence. S01
rairmont street northwest todav
fnvitecf' m" Rc,alive>' and friend";
HURLEY?Suddenly, on Saturday,
i\Ugys! l9IS' EDGAR F. ate
? husba"d of Lillie R.
Hurley and son of the late John
ft". Hurley.
Funeral services at the residence of I
r.'i. Vro. er- Lawrence D. Hut lev
1.39 Irving street northwest, today
Cree'k PCenTeteryn'erment " Rork j
HOJ-*?vr?n u *;ridav- August so. ikis.
Holz beloved husband of Bertha
Funeral from the chapel of Frank
.it .5 Sons Company. 1113 Seventh
streeth northwest, today at ?
P;,..,ni Relatives and friendJ
Interment at Prospect
Hill Cemetery.
McBLAIR-On Saturday. August 31.
?t his residence, the Clement
, r"r,rec't northwest. A. MAC
DONALD, beloved husband of
Mary Tayloe McBlair (nee Key)
and son of the late Capt. Charies
H. McBlair. Confederate navy
Funeral service, will be held loday
at -.30 p. m., at Grecnmount
Cemetery chapel. Baltimore. Md
Relitivea and friends respectfully
invited to attend.
O BRIEN?On Friday. August 30, 19TS,
at her residence, 3317 Prospect
avenue. MARIA A. O'BRIEN,
widow of Edward A. O'Brien.
Funeral from Holy Trinity Church
today at 9 a. m. Interment at
Holy Rood Cemetery.
REU^7?n A^ust 29. 1918. Mrs.
JULIA C.. widow of Samuel D.
KHd and beloved mother of M. R.
Reid, 812 Eighteenth street north
west.
Funeral private. Burial at Arling
ton National Cemetery tomorrow
at 11 a. m.
SIMONDS?On Saturday. August 31
I'1?- 2:30 a. m.. ROBERT BOW
MAN, son of Dr. Edward B. and
Delia U Simonds.
Notice of funeral later.
Friday. August 30.
1M8. at 10:15 p. m.. THOMAS, be
loved and infant son of Frank
?nd Katie Stamler (nee Coon^y).
from lite residence,
? ^korence street northeast, today
10 a- m- Interment Mount
Olivet. Funeral private.
STEWART?Suddenly, on Saturdav.
August n.- Plg. at 3 a. m.. JAMES
P. STETVN ART.
Funeral today ft om his late resi
aence, 213 Ninth street southwest.
WISE?On Friday. August 30. 1918. at
T-i..?** at Providence Hospital.
JF^LA 2^^?^ WISE. daughter
of the late John Wise.
Funeral services at St, Patricks!
Chureh. Tenth and O streets north I
Serft. Morris ML Rowley, Stockton.
Md.
PRIVATES.
ifohn L. Anderson, Humboldt Co..
C?L
Thomu A. Cunningham. Cambridge.
Mans.
? John D. McPherson, W. Toledo.
Ohio.
W?Severely.
Lieut Leon M. Gurda, Milwaukee,
WU.
SERGEANTS.
John W. Agnor. Kerr* Creek, Va.
Ell Gebbard, McKee. Ky.
Clarence R. Lanham. Lebanon. Ky.
Ralph P. Layne, Chicago. IlL
Alonzo M. Martin. Union Ha|l. Va.
John Norton. Central Falls. R. I.
Mastin F. O'Hara. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Mede I. Roberts. Richdale. Maae.
Thomas A. Sessions, Heber, Utah.
Fred Sexton, Oneida, Tenn.
Royal P. Steinbacher, Williamsport,
Pa.
Lonnla C. Tucker, Monroe, N*. C.
Albert August Uenllberg. Milwau
kee, Wis.
CORPORALS.
Harold W. Baldwin, Battle Creek,
Mich.
Jesse R. Biair, Evansville. Ind.
Tony Deaalvo. Kansas City, Mo.
George A. Goodwin, Beaver Dam.
Wis.
Joseph J. Hack, Jr., Rhlnelander,
Wis.
Clarence M. Kyle. Welch. W. Va.
John W. Leidinger. East Boston.
Mans.
Chester A. Logan. Harlem, Ga.
CORPORAIA
Samuel L. McAdams. Haversville.
Ka.
Franklin L. Miller. Pottsvllle, Pa.
Joe W. Moss, Huntington, W. Va.
Thomas Murphy. Monroe. Wis.
Clarence P. Noe. Wetmore, Kans.
John B. Purdy, Brodhead. Wis.
Dick R. Hag-dale. Dallas. Tex.
John D. Reuter, Custer Co.. Mont.
William Theune, Cedar Grove.
Wis.
Frank W*ieczorkowsky, 6orth Am
boy. N. T. t
Frank J. Winston. Star C.ty. Ark.
Charlie Stuckey. Okeechobee. Fla.
Bugler Lee D. Merrill. Pardeeville.
Wis.
MECHANICS.
Fred J. Allen, Rockford, 111.
Vernon Trumbly, Geary. Okla.
Joseph O. Tysak. Chicago 111.
William J. Willett. New Haven.
Ky.
Wagoner Fred M. Prast, Micnigan
City, Ind.
PRIVATES.
James Alba no, We.?t Rutland, Vt.
Raymond G. Alpers. Nevada City,
Cal.
Sicuard Anderson. Chicago. 111.
Peter Panares Angerinos, Seattle.
Wash.
Karl R. Angst adt. Reading. Pa.
Michele Antonio. Freeport. Pa.
Ora A. Baldwin. McLean^bom. HI.
Kenneth L. Brookings, Monticello.
Ark.
Odar A. Busby, TaW^r, Okla.
James A. Buttei field, Charlestown.
Maae.
Claude F. Chapman. Qulin. Mo.
Charles L. Cochran. Chicago, IlL
Henry Cohen. Chicago, 111.
Edward N. Corliss. United States
navy.
Harold S". Cunefare. Peoria. IlL
Nathan K. Currie, Bravo. Mich.
Dewey Davis. Pottsvllle, Pa.
Frank J. Anderson. Ludfngton.
Mich.
Frank N. Bennett. La Jolla, CaL
George J. Carda, Enid. Mont.
Joaquin Chtv?. Corvlo. N. Meg.
William H. Coffin. Levering. Mich.
Joseph J. Connors. Brooklyn. N. T.
Eugene T. Cormier, Central Falls.
R. I.
George W. Craven. Colorado
Springs. Col.
Curl E. Erickson. New Sweden. Me.
Salvatore Ferraro. New York. N. Y.
William J. Gordon. Brooklyn. N. Y
John A. Grotxke. Portage. Wis.
Thomas Philip Kicher. Sykesville.
Pa.
August Knapp. Janesville. Wis.
Edmund J. Prendergast. Chicago.
111.
Locan Quails Harlowton. Mont.
Daniel T. Sullivan, Springfield.
M ass.
Pablo Tabares. Toliocaldihe, Yulco.
Mexico.
James Frahcia Waldron. New Bed
ford. Maw.
Ruben H. Dransfield. Indianapolis,
Ind.
Girard M. Duple?han. Fort Barre.
La.
Arthur J. Ellington. Climax. Minn.
Stephen W. Ferns. Scran ton. Pa.
Vincent Giecewicx. Chicago. III.
Eugene Gignac. Franklin. N. H.
Donald L. Gilbert. Alanson. Mich.
Claude M. Gray. Hillsboro, ^reg.
Perry F. GrifTen, Sulphur Springs,
Texas.
Miles Grubic. Portland. Oreg.
Robert A. Hollander, Dorchester.
Mass.
Chester F. Hopkins. Mize. Miss.
Burton G. Horr. Watertown. N. T.
Henry G. Hubbard, Tallahassee.
Fin.
Morrell B. Jackson, Calico Rock.
Ark.
Maurice Joy. Houston. Tex.
Ernest W. Lambert. South Acton.
Mass.
Arthur J. LeClerr. Auburn. Me.
Walter Leszczynski, Milwaukee,
Wis.
Rollin LI tick. Edgerton. Wis
Michael McEntee. St. Louis, Mo.
Harry Spencer McKitrick, Cleve
land, Ohio.
John J. O'Neill. Waterbufy, Conn, i
Clyde R. Peterson. Roberts. 111.
William M. Ragland, Chi< kasha.
Okla.
Tanl Sammons. Gibson. Ga.
Israel Sedofsky, Brooklyn. N. T. I
I^eonard L. Smith. LaGrange. Ind. t
William Strecker, Chicago. 111.
Ambrose Tate. Morrow. I^a.
Kmmett E. Thompson. l^aGerde,
Ala.
Joseph Turro. Stratford. Conn.
Donald F. Watt. Steubenville. O.
Jesae Williams. Hornbeek, La.
Earl R. Wiseman. Ewing. Nebr.
George Matzko. E. Port Chester.
Conn.
Roman Okraska. Holyoke. Mass.
Stanly Olinskl. Albion. Mich.
Luther H. Richards, Bramwell,
W. Va.
Edward W. Rogers. Hawk eve. ;
Msfs.
Edwin J. Shaw. Gloucester. Mass.
Raymond V. Spencer, Lacyville.
Pa.
George F. Taaffe. Keene, N. H.
Gray E. Whiten hunt. Ada. Okla.
Joseph Zaeh, Chicago. IlL
Wownded < Degree 1 '?determined.)
Lieut. Shores E. Cllnard, Atlanta.
Ga.
SERGEANTS.
John Baker. Lancaster. Ky.
Lawrence F. Brock. Baldwinsville.
Mass.
Micheal Prisman, Brooklyn. N. T.
William L. Richard. W. Philadel
phia, Pa.
CORPORALS.
Earl Rarcus. Liberty. Ind.
Joseph William Barteck. Bitumen,
Pa.
Willard Cline. Joliet. 111.
W*arren Flansburg. Syracuse. X. Y.
Paul F. Ha worth. El wood. Nebr.
Anton 8. Heupel. Milwaukee. Wis.
John J. MacLellan. Dorchester, Mass.
Joseph 8. Slkora. Milwaukee, Wis.
Harry VIlet. Yonkers. N. T.
Mech. James Deguelle. Olathe.
Colo.
PRIVATE8.
CorWt Adkins, Export. W. Va.
Domenick Anatola. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Albert Anderson. B'HwIdere, IIL
Harry Asheroft, AVoooa, Pa.
Harty O. Bwtllf. Jamaica. Tt
Oerald A. Bvdwcll. Indiana!*,
Iowa.
Bernard J. B*hrln?ar. ?t. Marr*l
Pa.
Victor Bcrahlnaky. Worth Chicane
III.
William Billcncren, Brooklyn, K. *
Oeo nt* U Blacker. Alien on. IU.
John J. Blaaer. Creaco. Iowa.
Raymond Old eon BomcaiMnar. Har
riaburs. Pa.
Holland P. Boyd. Davenport. Va.
Frank Buckinrham. Hrinortoa ?'
Mtnn.
Conrad A. F. Burlcel. Reeae. Mich.
Blaine CaJrln. Pleaannt Grace. Chi
Maurice Caaey. Stark. horo. Vt. ?
Krneat Cavallere. Mew Vork. X. T.
Daniel Cltullo. Bayonnr. N. J. J
Fay Cline, Yellton. Okla
John E. Connelly, Battk ''reek t
Nehr.
Auguat Conway. Clearflelo, 1
Eli Coolc, McKeajport. Pa.
William F. Cook, Olive Hill. To
cunueh, Ok la.
Julius Anthony Croll. W. Hoboken
N. J.
James Oronin. Northfleld. Minn. ??
James K. Currie. New York, K. T *
Frank B. Donahue, I>ans1n(. Mich.
August T. EiLsen. Maple City. Mich
Wordte O. Elmore. Magnolia. Ark
Andrew Fernandez. Idria. Cal
l-eslie R. Frombv, Cadillac. Mich
George A. Goodney. Republic, Mirh
Arthur R Hahn. Rmhden. X. Dak.
Richard M. Hanea. Dora, Ark.
Vines E Harris. Crawfordavtlle
Ark. *
Fred W. Hart wick, Grand RapMa .'
Mich
Hiirriaon Haws. t?ocust Gwc, Ohio '
Harvey M. Head. Floral. Ark.
Charles Henley, Gllmore, Ark!
William Hensley. Ouage, Ky.
Fred Hodges. Strinctown, <'kla. v
Forrest Snoaden Howard. CannH
ton, Ind. ?
Kirby W. Hant. Bottle. N. C. ?
Irving Itxkowltz. New York. K Y ?
Charlca H. Knight, Isbpeming *
Mich. ?
Auguat E. Dester. gyracuae. X. Y ; -
Neslson H. Nelson, Parkers land
! Ing, Pa.
I Sabastiano Palomora. Indianapolis *
I Ind. ;
j Rosarlo Panynno. Jersey City, V J *
Ovila John Paul. Cochituate. Mass
I Robert Lee Purdy. Mannering. W
I v.,
\\ arren B. Hodden, 8tradwv*k. Ark. -
Elmer V. Hie*. 12lkton Ifkh.
Henry Rider. For^nt Park, IIL
William V. Ridley, < 'owant:\ ille, Pa * *
Joseph Ritzo, Detroit, llich.
John Cleveland Robertson, Taylor ;
j Store, Va.
Sol Rosenzwelg, Chicago. Til.
Albert Jackson Runy, Columbus. O
Oswald V. Sand berg. Grantsburg
Wis.
llershell Shores, Rome. Ga.
d&eorge Smith. Chicago, IIL
Harry C. Snidle. Palmyra. IT!.
Rops G. Hoisinfton. North Yakima.
Wash.
Earl M. Hoi ton. 8el*h. Wash. * a
Peter Lementowic *. South Rirer. " /
K. J. ?
William Jo.T-h Eowth. Yonkera
|X. T.
8> I water O'Connell, St. Ixnita. Mo.
Frank J Quinn, Chicago, 111. . \
Rex L. Snyder. Creston. Mich.
Paul Spivak. Ivtroit. Mich.
Henry E. Sireater, Wewokt, < ills.
Missing la Action.
Capt. Hadvn Potter Mavcr% Sar
Antonio, Tex.
U*ut. Quin v S. Mill?. New Vork.
N. Y.
CORPORA I J*
Edward Barbour. Hrookline. Mass.
John Nestor, Gary. fnd. ,
Bugler Jsck Anderson. Jr.. Cordete.
Ga. -
PRIVATES.
Charles A he Abrams. Kane. Pa.
Alfred M. Anderson, Rubicon, Wis. * I
Curtis Ferdinand Anderson. Ksne,
Ps.
Samuel J. Ausin. TJgonier. Pa.
E*?ard G. A. Bailey, Mero-d, Cat,
George D. Baker, Peoria. Ill
Willie K. I'arlar, Columbus. Ga.
Ezra J. Barrett. Worcester', Mac?. *
Theodore Bat ti>ia. New York. N Y. -
Clarence Barn tt, Steubonsvilk. ?. * I
Otto R?*ard. I^akesvlU^ M -
Arthur W. Ikineina, Jsrmsvillc, ?
Wis
John Bernard Benson. FrederV.
Wis.
Harrison S. Brooks, Lunenburg, ..
Ark.
Carl A. Bowline. Tucker. Ark.
Ixh> Cohn. Oakland. CaL .
Murphy J. Cole. Deridder. T^a.
Laithcr R. Crowder. GrlfPti. Ga.
Willi.?m B. Day, -Mariba. Ky.
IVd^rick Dellafl. Morgar. CHy. La.
Daniel W. Dixon, Anococa, la.
Salavtore Filliso, Philadelphia. Pa.
Frank FolkHman, Macon, Ga
l**wia Harris. Sidney Center. N. T.
Erne ft T. Irejr, Jellflco, Tenn.
Emil F. J.i rkson, Covington, Mich.
John M. Kclley, Soldiers' Grove, "
Wis.
Alex Mavnard. Nargatuck. W. Va. ;
An*:u* Miller. M< l^anaboro. IU.
Charley Oxment, Halls. Tenn.
r^tor Pokalsky, Throop, Pa.
Peter J PoncHet. Kkslaka. Mont.
Harry Rock, 1-afnyette. Ind.
Arthur J. Wlnslow, East Lynn, _
Conn.
James H. Rrooks, Orowille. Wash.
Ralph Campbell. Areola, III
Joe Candrar. Minneapolis, Minn
Antona '"ardora, Richmond. CaL
Robert B. Chapman. Dennison. O.
lx>uis Cowgill. San Antonio. Tex.
Hobart L. S. Crofut, Newark. N. J. '
Walker IVaton, Quicksand. Ky. **;
William Derrick, Cleveland. Ohio. ?
Michael D. I'ouclap. Brac^ville, 111. ?_
Kimsey Dyer. Ellijay. Ga.
George Edgins, Cava Serines. Ga.
Jesse Filer, Summerville. ilh.
Fred Ernissee. Rochest<*r, N. T.
Ellard E. Farmer. Mineral BlufT. Gs. /
Theodore F. Faulkner, Dowiia
Park. Fla. v
Joseph Fertvr. Oibaon. Mlnr.
Wylle Y. Johnson. Macon. Ga. ?
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