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Telephone Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
HERALD
WANTS
If a man is "thinking of buying property*
he is a reader of the classified ads?nine
times out of ten.
thfjSIEherald
_*a_M__4_i every "lay 'n the year
by Th? Waa.llngton Herald Com
pany at 425-410 E:eve_tfci ?treet,
?Vaihington. D. C .
TeI?phon? Exchange?Call Main
ISO* (For classified advertisement?
?*V; for Branch 1).
Mem.?r Audit Bure?u of Circula
ti0a' CLASSIFIED RATES
ONE
CENT
' A
WORD
'?':-.-*_ .?
Charge, _Bc)
W'f(__-_d H tip..
W?t_4u>4 iriitlco-.._,
Wut fri ?.-rma ?a? Board..
G* ttemt Stetem.?.
Wu?^ M -_c?E?r!too?..?...
Foe Bale v.isce Itaeaoa..
Lo? tai tourna.
Ton \tmem o* lot, om tima,
throe eoo__>_i_t-Tt_ time*, Wc. Orer four Un??,
1 cent per word each lr__ert.ee or tb-r?? coa
wentiv? i___?rri4__ij for tb? pr?? of two.
HI Other * imeeltlrmtlomm?
Per ?n??
? HIM .-.? ?-t?
1 UJM? coiiaK_ttlv*l7.13 out?
1 times oot-t-CutlTtly.m.M ?
? tira?? cooMCQtlT?J7.?... ? ?*
S or aw? tun?-, _??_?4a3at_1_?.T eenU
_j;n___'j-D two line?.
POREIGTf REPRE?EWTATIVBe
THt ?. a BECKWITH SPSCUL AGENCY.
Stow Tort one*._.IftMMl
C-lUjuo Office..Triton? Bid*
DMNtt Oft?.?.m Forti Bid*.
-?. Lewi? Offkw..TbiJ-q? Natine*] B_j__ Bidg
HELP WANTED?MALL
CLERK- AND DISHWASHERS. APPLI
?OI E at. nw : ?tarad ala???; eood ho?_ aelO-?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?BOY
or young man to do mimeograph,
messenger and mailing work. Ap
ply ROOM 119. Pension Bldg. It
*XII WITH BUFILE TO SERVE HERALD
la Cleveland Park eection; Sl?_o per month
ot mora art eea__u9aic? best*. Apply CIR
CULATION MANA'.ER. Herald la-Ice. ?aaVtt
WANTED-JANITOR: PRIVATE SCH??-T:
?Beeilest ?alar?; bring quarter?; ?angle man,
AjtJtJJ? 34h at- after i o'clock, aes-X
SEVERAL GOOD BOYS WANTED
to deliver lhe Herald; $8 to $10
per month; can make extra money
collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne,
_?et
WANTED?CONDUCTORS AND
mctormen; 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 employm.?c
to men of good character. Apply
2 p. m.. THE CAPITAL TRAC
TION CO., 36th & M sts. nw..
Washington. D. C.
?eftat.t.-,_f,to "30
THE CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY
haa ratta??? IN MECHANICS ani LARHK
HU1 ar rr; .:ri for main ?hop? and dit-ic?
ear i_r_?
Street rallar?? ?reek in *Ve_th.n?tr, l. elaaaed
by tiie forera?ect aa ESSENTIAL coir: ?_N_t
Attract*? arafea and free tranaporta?on ota?
our lutea.
Apple to MASTER MECHANIC at 100?,
?? M at. nw. I'l-U
ROCTE BOY K11R HERALD ROUTE. AP
1 plj K. U. LEHMAN. TH*. nth na?. ?nl3-ti
' VtANTEla-BoY TO 3 tit V E ff ??? L D
raw a Apr-, Mr COCRTNEY. t G a- nw.
GOOD ROLTE BOY. APPLY TO
H. E. SMITH. 803 C st. sw._tf.
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
$3.63 Per Day.
Apply to the Timekeeper,
AMERICAN RAILWAY
EXPRESS CO..
2nd and Eye sts. ne.
ElliHTH .BAD-, OR ???? eVCBOOL BOY
ai me activer anil clerk. Apply CIRCULA-1
TI11N UEl'T . Herald ..?ice.
WHITE MEN AS WAREHOUSE"
men; full or part time, between
6 p. m. and 6 a. m.. at 33 cents
per hour. Apply Mr. UFILTON.
night delivery clerk, American Rail
way Express, 2nd and H sts. ne. tf
HALT!
Boy?, help Uncle Sam.
Earn money to buy W. S. S.
and Thrift Stamps by de
livering The Herald. $10 a
month ar.d $2 a month bonus.
Apply Mr. S. TRAVIS, 819
3d st. nw. tf
PL, MBEHS A ND BT F.\MFITT_RS~ MUST
be flrvt claaa mechanic, f.-r goternment con
tract .crk in Washir-_tcn. H-heat wage? paid.
STELZ EH at CO.. 1115 lith it. nw aeetf
5HEET WRITERS FROM 7 A. NT
to 10 A.M.; 3?c per hour. Ap
ply Delivery Department AMERI
CAN RAILWAY EXPRESS. Second
and H sts. ne. au I 7-tf
_?B?"RERS" FOFv~W*\T*?_H?OSE
work; $3.63 per day. Apply to
Timekeeper, AMERICAN RAIL
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
its. ne. tf
WANTED- BRAKEMEN TOR POTOMAC
tard. 19 canta tar hour; abo car repairmen.
-achtetet?, helper?, carpenter?. freighr brake.
men. firemen and other occupano?? at ?anc???
pointa. Pe_t_Tl??au_ Railroad. Appi; ?? Ne?
I-rter ?re ?e_ anrlaVir
HELP WANTED-FEMALE,
TYPISTS, THREE. WANTED AT
once: hourly work; 6 p. m.
o 9 p. m. AMERICAN RAILWAY
EXPRESS CO. Apply Mrs. Breen
*ood before 5 p. nw Phone Main
'200. *_ sel0-3t
? A NT ED- EXPERIENCED .l?RLS-??K
tr? uueat ?nd inampooln? hair. Root? ?a
?.ENOIS BIXKJ., 11th ami (. p.?, _?.?
WANTED-a COLORED GIRL FOR HO-S&
?tam Apply IK* 5th at. nar. . ijt
YOUR CLASSIFIED AD
Will put you in touch with possible buyer? for your
property. It will serve as an introduction to them?
enlist their interest in what you have to offer.
If your property is good value you can SELL IT
THROUGH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING? and with- .
out much delay or great expense.
For Your Convenience
The Herald will accept your ad over the phone if you
have a telephone in your name.
Main 3300
The Want Ad Department
FOR HIRE. FOR HIRE.
Who Wants to Hire a
? Three-ton Truck?
I've got a three-ton truck that I want to rent.
I won't accept any proposition for less 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. HELP WANTED?MALE.
Wanted able-bodied men for the District of Columbia
Fire Dept. Immediate appointment upon qualifying.
Between the ages of 21 and 37 years. Advantages
of employment: Essential work, permanent em
ployment, free medical attention, free street car rides
if in uniform, 2-shift system, full pay when sick,
twenty days annual leave with pay, pension system.
Firemen when disabled receive pension; firemen kill
ed or dies in service, his widow, child or children
receive pension. For further information apply
Municipal Bldg.. Wash., D. C. Room 5. sr4-14t
HELP WANTED?FEMALE
OIRL FOR GENERAL ??G8? WORK;
i'Od pay and eaay hour?, Apply 1765 Church
st. pw._?f9*"11
13 THE SALARY \O0 RECEIVE THE
r'.rat >ear of Mirice it a telephone operator.
Yju are paid $10.30 a week while learning ?nd
increased aa jou become proficient. Tb? ?cik
1? easy, tbe surrounding? pleasant and tha t*p
?t-Ttiinitiei for advancement are excellent. Ap
plication ma? be mid? it ROOM 306. Homer
tt m Ming. lJth, between F and G ita. nw., any
week day between 9 a. m. and 5 p. tn. See
display adrertiaement in thia paper.
?*?6*".?.?.?(>.11.12.13.1*.???6
WANTED?ROOM AND BOARD.
tLDERLY GENTLEMAN DESIRES ROOM
and board rear Bureau of Penatone. Addrea?
BOX 3H, Harald office. eel0-3t
WANTED?ROOMS.
? I :; M?HI i
WASTED-S Y WOMAN WAR WORKER,
room without board Id -central northweat :
small single room in privat? family preferred*
near bath ; reference? ? xchar.-red. State tele
phone number. Apply BOX 565. Herald office.
_?elO-lt
- WANTED?HOUSES,
WANTED-SIX TO TEK-BOOM HOUSE IN
northweat. furnished or unfoeniehed; will buy
furniture if can (et leeee. Apply BOX So*,
Herald office._ae8-3t
_REAL ESTATE.
Some Day a Reme or Interment ?
CABIN JOHN PARK I
WBT NOT TODAIT
For plats. illustrated book?, aod foil particu
lar? ahrut the?? tittle fana?, attractif? bom??
?tea. aod low prie??, ?m or ?nit?
J. S. TOMLINSON,
C4 SOLTHERN BLDO. ??G? ft?.
Six n-w bou-xa*? ?od bungalow! ready for lo- |
?i-.'u.n, |!:(0'o 12.50?. Eaay terma.
?od-tf
Careful Investments
Of money to Fiiat Deeda of Tro? M Mort
ga-g-a, oo Waibingtoo, D. C, Real Kaute al
ear? fi*? the fall intere? promised ?nd tb?
return of al) tb? principi? due, regard 1-f-a? of
tbe varying Incomea and value? of ether mtcOtt
tiem. Wa hat? been ancceeafully engaged to
making f?ie?? toveatmenta for our alienta for
mor? than a quarter of a century. Inveet
meota, ?30. SOD to 110.100, at ? per cent mom
ready for delivery. Large mteatntenta mad?.
WM. H. SALNDERS & CO..
Southern Building. 807 15th St.
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Police Department .Main 4000
Fire Department.Main 60C0
Department of Justice.Main 196
U. S. Secret Service (aigbt).Columbia 3396
U. S. Secret Service ( day).Main 6400
U. S. Marsha) .Main 2854
_FOR SALE._
Sa) ACRE? Ul?' TIMBER ON JAMES RIVER |
near Hampton Roatla Va., ctmiiatin? of pine '
f?? piling, lumber, cord and pulp vtood. Ad
dreia w. L. WILKINSON. Holdcrott. Va.. It.
i' li, N*. 1. . ?r!l>?t
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
JtST RECEIVED rmO_ CALIFORNIA,
fteah lot of Widrmann ?oat milk; price, 44te
can. 8LHM1DS PET 8HOP. Til Uth ?L aw.
_aa**
newspaper route for bale in be*>t
?eetiuD of eorthaaeat; earnin?? V.50 per month:
owner will tt? ?ubieet to new drart; muat aell
before called. Appi; CIRCULATION MAN
AiiEH. Herald "Mire_au_-lt
_LOST.
LOST-PINK SWBATEK BETWEEN* ? AND
V st*. Monda-; _ p. ni.: Tatuiti to 1908 ?th at.
nw. and receive reward. _el<Mt
STRAYED AWAY UN MONDAY, ?LPTi-M
her 1, a dark red chow dog; do markingi; an
mn to name of Chin Ohin; hherii reward tf
retortied to 1211 l?th at. nw. ee?Vtf
_PERSONALS._
THERE ARB PRACTICAL CONSIDUtA
tioos to be looked Into even whea it cunve? to
aelli-Lf men'? worn clothing, ?hoet, ?te. ?tick
to a prosperous house that hu th? _po_ cash to
per for any ?ronnnt t?? will _??._. Tel) _>
when to ceil. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. ?M? D.
_acie-it
DR. REED"
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS 5_~2_ _???_ _?
tbe Care of ?. h rouie,
Nertou* and Special DUeajee ot lieo enti Wetten.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
Prom Catarrh. Oteaity, Rheumatlani. Cootup*?
tion, Pile?, Throat, l>unga, Brain, Beart, Blood
?ad Skin Dise**??, N.i-Tcua Debil ir-, Kidney '
Di?*easea. Bladder Trouble, Specific Blood Pot
ermine, Eniptiona. Ulcers, and ATI Private D?a- j
eflktef Cared for Ufe br Safe Methodik
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Koom for Ladietl
Office Hour,, H> to 1. 1 t<- L Hundan. U to ? ?
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN Mt OSLETTEBID ____. ?
?chile. ?t, or antairberj, and pa? yoa I?jheet I
peleee for Is-iea', ?eDtle?len'a. etui_r?_'e ii?
eard?d ?othing, of all deaerlptt?_. ,vd_eaa
r ?*a or pbooe. 1 trill call - BICE. J_ 7_
at. nw. ? tr?
DINING ROOMS.
ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
im and e n. w. ?r?ars?
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Prices.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to nrdcr any size
r'-fri'-'-ratnr or .?<>????__ room.
Ui ? St __ W. Franklin 2757,
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobile?, Tir?e. Aceeeeorlee,
Repair?, Trucks, Trailer?, Star
age, Tosta, Auto (,la??, Ga
ritea, Batterle?, Etc
AUTO TRUCKS.
?JUAB-ANTY 1'HCCK ATTACHMENTS. ONI?;
and two-Ion; haodaitde bod??-? in atrak and
built to order. Bodiea repaired [?rompt !r.
?G?????? TRUCK k BOD? 00 . ?M Pa.
?ae. nw. L. gt_aeiO-'.t
TIRES.
?,000 mile fuaraniee in follomng eta? ool*
14X3H . ?1(00
NATIONAL ACTO 8 CFP LI CO.,
_til M? SL nw._
AUTO REPAIRS.
-You Are Setiafled?
When you ha*? had an expert auto mechante
examine and repair your car. We turn out only
satisfactory work, therefore our large patronage.
General auto ret-airing. Alt makea.
The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop.
1X2 D at. at 14th._hone frank H p 7213.
ANY t?EKVlCt,, AN? TIME, ANY RXDK
Auto? of any make aod ige repaired or rebuilt.
Porrla fix?! while you watt, Worin. HUB
ROY MACKEY. 513 lfch at. a?. Lincoln 53?.
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
m-M-???-?_
WHY
it pay? tbe auto owner who let? us ktep hi? car
perfectly -iquJpped..
NPIM
we ara prepared to render ?perienoed aervice
and hart fn atock a completa line of acceaaori??
of ?vary character, ? mi ?ding tba famoua Good
rieb Tuta, oil?, greaae?, gaaoJine.
Centra! Auto Supply Co., Inc.
10M Pa. ave. nw. phone ? G?
_GARAGE BUILDERS.
as a renting proposition, THE CON?
crete Garage paya beat. Capacity ene lac rar
and apex? apici?, H?. WIIJJAJI SEKRy. 711
13th nw. ?. 384. aellUt
MOVING, PACKING, STORING
?SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 3342. N. 3343, ajaal
N. 3344. Nleht or Holi
day. Franklin 3911.
*?
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
lK-iHTI.Lt FIREPROOF STOKAIlaV
Room?, II aod up. Moytna arad 1'ackinj
I'.MTED STATES tSTORAO? CO . ?]?-? lOU
at. nw. Phonea M. ?IS and Pranklla Ma. U
MOVING
Wa furnlah large pa-lied ran? and careful am
to handle your good*.
PACK ERB of furniture, ptaooa, c?ina, brio*
brie, etc. Experienced m? only.
MlUTINi.- to all part? of tbe world.
STORAGE (or furniteir?, piano?, and booa?
bcl-1 gooda.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
FOR SALE?FURNITURE.
CASH T? . _?. CASH
credit rurn.ture credit
HOPWOODS Popular Price Furni
ture and Stove Store. 8th & ? Sta.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WINDllW SCREENS AND SHADES.
WINDOW SHADES MADE To i.iUDEU.
ISeat Or-e/iu? en ?. H. B*era.
J. G. PREINKEKT. 13? ? at. ne.
_l'I.one 1 4138_tf?8
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONtfT TO LOAN ON APPROVED CTTT
real eetele it lowrat curent rate?, ?padaj
nnnlrfee with reaper' to prior re .-mente
TT: Eli ? ?G??????G????. Ine.. l'I 15th at. U
_PROPOSALS_
omci or the commissioners, d. a.
Sop?e-mb-r 4. 1918. Seated propoaal? will be
receired nt tiiu office. Room 511, until 1 o'clock
p. m , Sei?tember 16. 1918, for fumiahing 1,009
yan? burla ?, 6,000 jarla jute pre?? cloth aad
3,000 la/fi* tankage prvaa clotb for use at Dia
trict Reduction Plant, Cherry Hill, Va. Speci
fication?! and form? of proposal may he had upon
apptk^tloo to I'urciMin?T Officer, D. c, R?v?m
?33?, Dbtrict Building. LOUIS BROWNLOW.
JOHN O D. KNIGHT. W. GWYNN OARD
HnB>. ?Cnmroi.'wloner?, D. O. aeT-MO
OFFICE OF THF. COMMISSIONERS, Dis
trict if Cnliinibia, Waalitngton, September i.
??. SEALED PROPOSALS will be receired
at Ro->ra 511; Di>trict Buikling, thia city, until
2 O'dwk p. m . TUESDAY. Si-FTEMBElt 17.
1918, for rii'tnbing repair work at Tariou? loca
tions. Blank flum? "' pr-^poeala and neceasary
infonnatinn mat be obtained at Room 325, D:??
trict Building. LOUIS BROWNLOW JOHN
?. ? KNIGHT, W. GWYNN GARDINER,
Corami M? on era. mI.6.T,9,10,11
EDUCATIONAL.
George Washington
University.
Chartered hy (\*_??t_??. 1*G..
?_?>-EDUCATIONAL.
Oollefe Y,?_r B,r*na Sept, m ber 25.
Art* and Bde..ce?, ttifiT-ferlnj, Educa Unn.
Medicine. Dentistry. Li?, Pharmacy, Veter
inary Mediane.
Full day couree? and lare iftfrooea. oooitM.
About se*rnty-r1i? c !?___.? tn all ce liete and
enf?neerir.s eair-Jectj meet st 5 '.? and I p. m.
BTCDCVT?' ARMY TRAININO COBP&
Catalogu?e and otheT information at ?CO O et
Telet-bone XWggt IMI.
George Washington University
LAW SCHOOL
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Beg?a? S4tb Year Sept 25, 1918
1 Member Aasoriauon of Atner:can La? bchoota.
i S'.r?ct atandarda; aalect student Ur?j, Maxi?
mum credit frate rther aeboela. Inatr_ctic*n
! b? iroat approved mftbod* by profeeaional teeH_
! fjrs and lawyer? in arti"? practice. Late after
j otaoo and optional early morning __?aee toe/
j ?nplored itudeDtJ.
Hrr'y, Mneonle Temple. Mill? 4540.
P'-rHa. Day <-_.d ? rerun?. <"o__tee for
.Paymaster Examination
IN
Naval Reserve
New Courses Sept. 18
? Prepara tory for
College and Profeational S?t? la
Office hour?, ft to 4 JO. except Saturday, Moa.
day. Wedneeday and F-tfaj. 6J0 to ??).
EMERSON INSTITUTE.
.int,? Franklin 44C 17i? P Ht. N. W.
Georgetown University.
The taw School.
3e?elon of 1.18-1919 begin? October
1, 1918, at 6:30 p. ?
?
Secretar."? office open daily from i
9 a. m. to ?:30 p. ?. for re_l?tratlon
and consultation.
HUGH J. FEG AN. ?. ?.. LU ?.. !
Ph. D., Secretai y.
Georgetown Law School Building,
50? E St. N. W. Telephone ?. ?1? \
VntGIlflA.
WILLOW BROOK ACADEMY.
A brama erhool Nc children from .18. Lo
cated in one of tbe moat healthful ap li in
ib. C. ,. Excellent ta_ool adrante?ea; a ?rod
home; open all the ?ear. Muaic. Latin. French.
Scout and Military training, Excellent buainea?
courae. J. C. BEATY. Headmaater. Blue?lont. Va. :
-1-?>
EASTERN COLLDGB-COED; THIRTY
minutra frora Wiahlngton, D. C. : drente,
prep, and junior achool courir?; ale ten uiward;
rate ??; opena September _. Dr. KOOl?,
Preaident. Manaaaae. Va., box 4. au23 30t
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Flora] Tokens.
Artiarie -??r_ ??? Inerpe nei r?.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delltajT errr.ee.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
.Member* bj lnritation Natlcanal Selected Mor
titiana. Serri.?? rendered tn ail part? of tbe
United State? by ?peci? rerarcaer.tatirea.
Telephone
Main 5512-551
1730-32'Pa.
Avenue.
W. W. Chamber?. C. V. Chamber?.
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1.00 Chap?n St. K. W.
*V. Cae Automobile Berne? Eiclaeitelt.
lindern ChapeL u?j or Night- l'hone Col. ??.
DIED.
CATWOOB?On Saturila*?. September
7. 1918. AARON S. CAYWOOD, be
That Rookie from the 13th Squad.
By P. L. CROSBY
DIED.
loved hiaband of Aurllla 8 Cay- !
?>v?,od (nee Stevet..?. t ?
Funeral nom the First Congrega
tional chuich. today at 2 p. m. I
Interment, in Rock Creek ceme
tery.
FKH.VALD-On Burda?. September 8.
lui*, at 9 3u p m, GEORGE W ,
beinved husband of the late
Martha A. Fernald
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LUTZ?At her residence, 141 R street
northeaet. on Saturday. September
7, lbl8. at .'..30 p. n:?. ANN. beloved
mothtw Of Julia. Martha and
Margaret Lut?.
Interment at 1'lnlnfie'd. N. J., today.
McGHlE?At the Homeopathic Hospi
tal on Sunday, b?-pt?mh?r - :.?.
at ? a. m, DANIEL McGHlE.
nativa of Glasgow. Scotland. He
leave? a wife. Ame'.m McGhie and
tv>o sons and one rtaug*i*> ?
Funeral services at Lee's undertak
??? parlors, today at 2 p. m.
Friends invited
RICHARDS?M. V. RICHARDS. Com
mlialoner of ihe Development
Service. Southern Railway System,
at Atlantic City. Sunday night,
September I. Uli?, after an extend
ed Hinca?.
Funeral "Wednesday. September 11.
at J p m . from the Lodge, Rock
Creek Cemetery. Friend? Invited.
Interment private.
H?BET?M home of daughter, lira.
Joshua Wheeler, of Lauret. Md., un
September ?, 1918. ALEXENIA W.
ROQET.
Funeral from Centenary M. E.
Church, tomorrow at 2 p. ra.
Interment at Beltsvllle Cemetery.
ROBINSON?On Saturday, September
7, Uli. at 10:10 a. m.. at ber resi
dent, 102? South Capitol street
southeast LI.-CINDA ROBINSON,
beloved mother of Jame??, John,
Susie and George Robinson and
Beaste Harvey. She leave? to
mourn her loas one adopted eon
and nine grandchildren.
Funeral from the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Beule Harvey, 121
F streets southwest, today, thence
to Zion Baptist Church. F .atreet
between Third and Four-and-a
half street southwest, at 1 o'clock.
Rev. W. J. Howard officiatine
Relatives and friends invited to
attend.
SCHILLINO-On Sunday. September I.
191?, at 12:S0 a. m.. MARY ?., be
loved wife of John Schilling, and
devoted daughter of the late
Robert and Mary Condon.
Funeral from her late residence,
?SIOH Sixth street northwest, to
morrow at 8?*?0 a. m. Requiem
masa at the Church of the Immac
ulate Conception at 9 o'clock.
Relative? and friends Invited.
Interment at Mount Olivet Cerne
teti'.
SCOTT?On Monday, September 9. 1918.
at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. C. 8. Bailey. WS ? street
northeast, ELIZABETH, widow of
Matthias Scott.
Funeral services will be held at
Somerset. Pa., tomorrow.
8C1IWE1H8HAVT-On Saturday. Sep
tember 7. 191?. at 3:35 p. m... at
Jacksonville, Fla.. FRANCIS D..
aged 31 years, beloved ?on of
Francis and the late Maria
Srhweimshaut (nee Byrne.)
Notice of funeral hereafter. (Balti
more papers please copy.)
STAPJ.ES?At Alexandria Bay. ?. ? .
on September ?, 191?. OBREN* O.
STAPLES
Funeral In Washington. Notice
later.
TALKrWOn Sundav. September ?. 1*1?.
at 10:S? p. m . CHARLES PARK
INSON .TALKS, at the Naval
Hospital.
Fune-al from late residence, IMS
Park road riortliw?ist, Wednesday,
at 11 o'clock a. m.
WHITE?On Sunday. September ?.
1918. at her residence. 171?! North
Capitol street. RACHEL L., be
loved wife of the late Jame? C.
White, and the mother of Mrs.
Thomas F. Harris and Charles C.
Jones.
Funeral from her late re*?idence to
day at 3 p. m. Relatives and
friends Invited to attend. Inter
ment at Glenwood Cemetery.
ZEPP?On Ululili). September ?. 1918,
at 7:?? ?. m., at Providence Hospi
tal. NEWTON E.?RI.E ZEPP. be
loved husband oj* Marlorle E. Zepp
(nop -posey?, aad beloved son of
James H. and Julia I. Zepp. aged
34 vears.
Funeral from tbe resid???'. e of Ills
father-in-law. Mr. W. B. Posey.
S13 C street southeast, tomorrow at
5 p. t?.
Artificial Limbs ReTolutionixed.
A new field of work has been devel
oped by Italian surgeon? in making
amputations which offer? a remai it
able opi>ortunity for assisting the
war's ma'nv-d, says the Popular Me- ,
chante? Mapazlne. It 1? known as j
ktnematisrition and consist? tn form
ing ?t the end of a ?tump what is ,
known a? a "motor flap" of such mm- j
cular masses and tendons a? are avail- ?
able. This flap is used a? an attach- ?
ment for the hooks, wings, rods, or ?
thongs to bo used in trasmutine; the j
movement? of the muscle? remaining
In the slump to artificial limbs. It la j
even possible to perform the operation
on healed stumps. It not only simpli
fie? artificial limbs but greatly in
creases their usefulness, making it
possible to flex the forearm and ex
tend tbe lingers with a stump only 13
Inches in length.
MANGIN.
???. MAJaf.I.V
Thi? I? a new picture of the French
general who ha? made an imperish
able name for himself by leading th?
French and American advance along
th? Al?ne.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
white.
_?rt_r, ?. Aa?el ?. ?nd Pearl ? aVarera.
G: both rat Richmond. Va. Rea. Retuaald
Ho? lard.
John If. Baird. SS. Waibinron, and _haa
brth E. Hamman. ?. Index. Va. Be?. 1. U.
Xrlma.
Lieut Thomas T. Gortnle?. G. ? ?.. V.
Kangaluck. Conn, and Miry A. ?Uarndas. aft,
Wa-birurtoo, Ret. P. X. Baaoaigt..
Hoary J. Le ??? 3. ilnrraral, Canada,
and Anna V. Eaatlae, 3, W ?ainnfio- Bar?.
J. B. a- lie.
Ravm-nd I Dm?gat* _. Harr?bur?. Pa .
and Alare c. Darr. 3. We-iirgton. Re. W.
A. <_?.!_.
WiUiam H ?enana X. Standi*. Mat* . aad
Mra Graee R Krauee, 3. Port L? M. J
Her. J H Uni
E?ime D *? illiarr_ot* 37. ?nd Alan? L.
Bro.n. 30, ho'i, at Waehirtgton. Bel. 1. H.
Ta* 1er.
Udir R. Wilthen. 1?. and Alie? B. Huttua
li: both of Wavahiugl.a,. R" * ? O Briet.
Char-? E. .ranea. ?, and AlbcrU B D -
C; both of Waehinerioa. Re?. J VL Cr?ner.
Radiai. ?. Len_am. _L and ? arni t Ha??
li; ? th of Waablngt-n. Rrr. _. C. K*o*c
!.. a E. Mclntirr. 1?. and Hattie D. Ureen.
3S. both of WaViington. Re?. G. c. Bacnn.
Wahrr R. SaxWr, tl. W?_iiTa_t?l, and Mabe'.
H. Fanortt. E, Quinc*. 111. Raw. J. F.
Mackin.
Wa*rae J. Blur. _, and E?e*rn C. Weiaawi
bnrcer. ??, botta of WaaUi ?glor. B_r. C K.
?Vila.
taarar W.lliai. ?5. and Joarp',ine IV Trie?
37: .?? .< We.hington. Ree J. E. Bri???
Albert B- Coil?*?. S. and Marion I. Davi?.
_?: both of Hot_ton, Tea. Ret. Charit? E
Filiti.
Tunr Ladloni??. 35. and Sarah E. Moma*.
_: tath of C-ntarrtand. Md. Ber. 1. H.
Je?friee.
Harr? 3. Brooki. C. ?lad Margaret Gr?ser.
19: both of VVaaniart ?. Be* 1, ? Jeltn-a.
Marion ti. Daak. 4!. Mailand. M ma
Ada V. Lear. 33. Washington. Rear. J. U
Dunham.
Leorard H. Airtia. S3, and Roberta I Har.
riaon, _., both of Baltimore. Md. Be?. J. _.
Briaca.
Jaanea K Young. S. and Ceil M. l'aria.
21: tw*th of Waehi-rtoii. Bea. B. Breakamia.
William Herman Sc-i?ir_ert. 34. e-p-uaerneki.
Maaa.. and Winifred A. ?;i!lar_u. ??, Lirer
pooL !?. Y. Be? P. A. Ml?II.
Albert R. (Turk. 3. and Ma? X __ril_.
it, both oi Wa-ilBgton. ??*. H D Mitc-rU.
OOLORE1*.
Ben T. Terrell. 33. and Helen Andaarann.
33; both of Washington. Rer. C. -, Da
Vaiarlm.
William Cole. P. ani Mary Vraie. fi; bota
of Wsahington. R.i W L. *? aattincton.
Joaari, Wa.lar :; and Bratti? (T.iaJer.
_; both of Woodrille. Md Be?. J. A. Tail?.
Reubrc R/ed. 3?. aad Floren? R Har,?.
33; both of Waal.ineton Rer. S. ? W Drew.
Eeaat Ja<-aon. 77. Wa_iington. and Mary
Smith. JT. Lynr-bait,. Va. Rer. T. T. Taylor.
' H?rrr T. Joi.in.-n, 7_. and El?ahetb. l'aarr.
37: both of Waahfat-R- R. t W, J. Howard.
Roaairr L Jactavn, 9. aud Ada Uranroe. ?;
both of Wa-^hington. Ret. ??as? Karbard.
decree Smith. 35, and Ear.lle Lewi?. 3S;
both (f Wa*hii..Tton. Ber J. ML Waldron
Killo C. Jrane?. ST. and .-neha E Lake.
3: boUi of Baltimore Md. Re? W. J. How
ard.
*A i'liara R- Jaceann. 35. ? and Cathrrina J.
Fleet. M : bvth of Greet Plaaati-e, Md. Re?.
Aira llaaa-l. 3? ?nd Olile _r_Na .. both
af ** ~^ inrtor Rer. William Kanbraie
Warfiinglni W. Ranaom, _, aad OBBa- Bird.
S; both Of Wa.hinirl.ei. Rer. A. I
Manual] E Jackton. _, and Marram E
Leaia. 24; both of Washington. Bar. A.
aaaal-a
William F Daig" 44. ari Margaret E Wor
den, ?; both of Waal.ir-.-tr r. Re?. H. H.
Welch.
Samuel ?. Jol.naon. 35. MitcVlMllr. Md..
?nd QMaafJ? Oreen, ft, Waafcington. Re?. J.
E WiLia
William H. Th?laa, _ and Mr? Id* U
l*ur?ey, at; both of Waahinaaton Ree. D. E.
Wi*?man.
Waller A Blackarell. 34 and Theaidra? C
Clereland. ae b Th of *.*a>h ng: r. Kea. A.
J T*ler.
William A- Rhcan. 3?. and Bumell? Tne?aaa,
34 : both rf W?*i ?????? Rer J. E. WDlu.
John William?. 3?. a_| P-oaa. Wilaon. J?;
brlh of? Waehmlrton. Rea. W.iliam I I -
H- rr Kinge. 44. and M Uir Johsacaa, ?;
boto of Wlahingron Re?. C A De Veuriir
Tl.omaa Willuma, 34. Richmond. Va., and
nia F. Green, 4f: Waahicgton Re?. A. J.
Taler.
ITank I-rkrtt. 3?. and Ltrulae Liu?ina ?
both of Waebi-ifl.,. Re? J A. Tailor
Jame? H. Minor. 45. and EtTie Malic? _;
hoUi of Waahnnm. Ber. H. u alera
Jnaeph E Eaa-ridrr. 71. arad Erroaaaa a_
Wright, ? ; both of Waahingt?. Rr?. Thomu
Oermingan.
Learia Oit?*n, 37. and Annie Boarie, ?; both
Cf WaiatlTiigtr,. Rer. J. A. Coaran.
Edward Krotf? ral 31. and Marie Wliliama.
M; liorh of ?aahingtan Rer. WiUiam J
Howard.
Marahall P. Fr*e. 37. ?nd Mamie Andrea?,
it: both of Wa-atrlrelon Re?. D. E. Wu_aa.
Havarard Broar ,'J. and Alhena La.'ne. -
Clilltelaper. Va. Re? O. H. Wood.
Jamea Pink?rr. ?, and Came F. Bryant.
7_; both cf Atlanta. Ga. Rr?. J. _, Gartlrld.
BIRTHS.
WHITE.
_fci*Uce M. and r,'?? ? \TUkieaim. gin,
S.taror *mg Ar.tre.ina liooeeo, girl.
Walter B. and lather P. AlweU, boj.
t 'OLOR ED
Prank a. tad Baidee W. BlictHira. tirt.
OeciTfp R. and Agore ? Gonlon. bof.
Ed (tar?! *nd Mn? Po,ta, flrt.
DEATHS.
WHITE
Frwpe? Serrent. Hl *?ara. C. 8. **a?a! Ho?
Ci.arie? P. Talk?. ?7. D. * Nar?. Hoapt
Ruth Mary William?. 3* St. Vincent'? Or. Aay.
Kannte E. Wllhot'e. tt. The Karragnt Apta.
Job? Marahall Jone?. *_. Gtorget'n Cm?. Roa
Aaron S. Caywood. 75. George Waah. Hoa**?.
Maty Agxaee e-billinc. a?. 1.10*. Uh ?_ aw.
Bxiacoa Fanali. Is. 1134 UHh at. ?w.
Jan. Virhmann, N, ?51 ? at nw.
Daniel McGhie. TS Homeopathic BoapitaL
An? Tulr. it. Ill ? ? at
Thoma? O'Neill. t_. ('. 8. Sold ra' Home Hot.
laura s. Jonas a.. Ot 7th at. ae.
Pames Ooftey. a_, KaS ?th ?_ nw.
Adel? L. _u>a?e. a. IM Imr? ?t. nw.
M.loolm Gran Crandall. I. 1?I ist_ at. ?w
Ctll^lREII
Jrahn raten. _. t? Jd ?t. ?w.
Marr Brawn ? Woehirgton Anluin Ha.pt
James To'llrrr 4!. Ki.tdoaei'? Hotitai.
Will.am Ko-aial Paa-t-r. 3 mot J?'- kaaa. are
l_fa_t of U.? aad Mary ValUa, a* ?..I.
ae at ?*, ?>,
GERMANS BACK
BERLIN CHIEFS
Teuton Populace Remains
Loyal Despite Food
Shortage.
Germany 1? far from (?eia?
?tarved out. accord?i? ? Ira Mel
ton Morn? American Minister to
Sweden, who Is now In Washington
"I have read report? In the pro??
?Ince my return home to the eatect
that Germany is on in? verge of
starvation." Mr. Morn? Mid. "and
I And thi? to be tbe opinion of many
with whom I come In dally conta? t
There can be no question that there
I? a shortage of most of the e ??en
ti?!? of life. I it to ?tate that thi?
border? on the ver?;? of starvation
1? erroneou? ?nd misleading. I haa?
thi? ?tatement on many repart?
from reliable source? that have
reached me in Stockholm. There t*
no doubt that in many parta of
Germany there Is a marked scarcity
of food and that the civilian popu
lation ha* been reduced to the mini
mum ration, hut ?till receive? ?uf
ftclent for existence. Condition? ar?
better in the rur?l districts par
ticularly a? regard? the farmer? and
landowner?, even in the northern
part of Germany, where the scarcity
1? most felt. In the southern part
conditions improve still mor?, and
resorts and hotel? there ?till ?serve,
meals at moderate price? _Jn the
case of the army, there has been
but slight deprivation: thi? ha? bee?
fed at the expense of the civilt??
population.
People le IgneeasMee. .
"In German Poland, toi m*.nufactur
ing district?, and In the more densely
populated part? there hae been suf
fering, quite visible in the ?naca
tion of the people, which ha? na?
urally Impaired tbe efficiency of the
German workman, who no longer poe
tinsur? full vigor: but It Is a mistake
to believe that thi? ba? provoked a
strong current toward revohiUon. ?)r
any general lessening of the loyalty
of tbe people They still pesen ? fetth
In the invincibility of tbe military
power, being purposely kept In Ig
norance of the real condition on the
Western front, no? only as regard?
German revers?e, but also th? full
significance of America? entry Inte
the war.
"It ta to the advantage of our coun
try, and our cause, that we should
know the actual condition? ?hieb
face u? In this great crusade of de
mocracy so thet w? can more ?ef
fectively direct our effort toward vic
tory.
"The people of the t'nited State?
are resolute and determined. The
country should realise that its entree
cnercy must be put into the struggle
and must not be relaxed for a sine??
instant- There Is no doubt of victory
so king ss theee moves by Germany
?re plainly understood."
ALEXANDRIA
THt HCE1LD ?G??*G.
A S Dafuiieea.
TT Kin? ?ttraet.
Alexandrla. Va., September ?.?
There was a heavy advance registra
tion here t?v1ay by men who will be
out of the ctty next Thursdey, A? a
result the member? of the loc-vi
? xemption board mere kept busy all
day with the work.
It wa? announced this afternoon
that the board will not register any -
one ejse until Thurnday unie?? th >?
will be out of the city on Thursday
PracticaHy all arrangements have
twen completed by the local board ???
the registration next Thursday and
! indication? are that it will be very
I heavy.
Judge Samuel G Brent, recently
appointed Judge of tbe couru for
.the sixteenth iud.cial circuit to BU
? the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Judge J. ? ? Thornton, held
| his first court here today. A nutn
I ber of admiring ftiend? sent a
bouquet of flowers to Judge Brent
Judge L. C. Barley ?lso presided a?
the chancery term of that court to
day when the docket was called and
cases set for trial.
One hundred soldiers from Camp
Humphrey? tonight participated in
tli?? 'Community sing." held In
Christ Church >?rd. which we? at
tended by ? big crowd. A feeture
| of the ?ffair mas the singing of th?
.soldiers and a number of solos by
I "Happy ' .Tack Lambert. This wa?
? part of the program of the play
week inaugur?t? d under the auspice?
?of the Committee -.? M'ar Camp
Activities. Special feature? ? he???
been arranged for every night thi?
week.
Mount Vernon Cnapter. Ne 1?.
Royel Arch Masons, ha? elected
these officers to serve for the en
suing year: C. Philip HeishUy. Inch
priest: C. A Gwinn, king; P. E.
Clift. scribe: William Lewis Allen,
treasurer; Alfied G Chler. secre
tary: T. L? Hall, captain of the hoat.
? J. Richards, principal s?journer
?. ? SmiCi. roya] arch captain. A
C. Ross, master of the third "?ail.
C. E. Dare, master of the second
vail; C. F Howdershe'l. master of
the first veil: Rev. J. M. Nour??
chaplain; George W. Zachary. tiler;
L? Ruben. ete?verd
Funeral aervices for Joseph W.
Hardy were held thi? ?fternoon at
hi? late residence, 323 Commerce
street, and conducted by R*v. E. V.
Regtster. D. D., pastor of tbe ? E.
Church South. Burial waa at St.
Paul? Cemetery.
8t. Mary's Academy. eon?*'.cted by
the Sisters of the Holy Cro?e. re
opened for studies thi? morning
with a large attendance, a? did ale?
St Maty a Parochial School, Royal
and Wolfe ?treets.
Rev. John Lee Alliaon, D. D. pas
tor of the Second Preabyterka?
Church, will leave tomorrow morn
ing to ?ttend the annual meeting
of the Potomac Presbytery, which
will be held in Faith Chapel, near
Leesburg, Va.
Arrangement? h?v? been mad?
for an entertainment, which mill be
piven at ill o'clock tomorrow
1 night at the War Camp Community
| Service CTub by the Jewi?h Wel
fare Association, of which Mrs. R
I'. Whltestone Is chairman. The rn
! tertalnaaent 1? especially for the
I men In uniform. The public l? In?
vi ted.
? Mlu Rosalie M. Ryan and Alexan
; der Q Bonat?ky. Boston, were mar
ried at St. Mary's catholic Church,
yesterday. Rev. Ix>ul? Srnet paator,
efflciating Th? couple were enter
tained at the residence of Mr. a?d
I Mrs. Julian D. Knight. Miss Atena
? May Knight was bri deem ? si and
John Crlsty. Boston, was beat man.
' There was a big ru?h today for per
lanlU on the part of children who will
! ?ttend the public ?chool?. tmrirmt
? hundred vere Issued. White chlldrer
? may also get peroife. Tueeday. antU
, Wedneetla?. Tnursday and F' a.y
(.CUOI v?J au.???t. ?> ?*? ?-?? ff'V?? Jr-flaeeeeJ

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