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? ,,^??,,.,,wbb?*w???t-????*?jw*i ???"-??'*"" '-""* U*??????.??????.????*???????? a???a mmm***a****mm?**mg}**mmmmmg THE^^HERALD Publiai*.??, every day In th. year oy Tha Waanington Herald Com oany at 426-423 Eleventh atreet, WAshlng-ton. D. C Telephone Exchange ? Call Main !|00. (For claaalfleal adTartlaementa l.k for Branch 1). Kambar Audit Bureau ot Circula tion. CLASSIFIED RATES ONE CENT A WORD (Minimum CQart?, Sc I ?Vantasi Baje,. Waaatavd Sirvssllosasv.. vtantsd Brassas aad Beard.. rar Bam Wan teal rot Save. Mlavotajaaexsu... Lost ?od Found. Fosar Unas or las??, oo. Una.. Be earns. ?4. tnesj. esvassveanatjs. timas?, ?Ate, All Other < I es ?? ? ?.-a t l.'saa? i'e? Llae? l uvas. ._._.IS mat? I tmsav. ccoaBscvrUB.lT.12 cm?. I tun?, coeiavss.-utle.ly.10 asrev. G ?lassa ?essasi LUllae'iS.Ice??? ? ?v. asase? Usava. .Baal lilla.lj.rasa?. astnimiaaa taso uosa. ?'"?1??,? REPRBSBNTA'rlVC? ??? S. & BECKWITH SPECIAL AUEM.'T. Haw? lot? Olio?._.Tribale*. Bldt Cbieaao ChTso?.Trlbasa. Bade. Dssoatt OUVr..?B Ford BU?. ?e. Lavas? OtTvc.Ttsir? N?He?n?J Bavas. BU. HEL^/UmO-MALL WA.S'TED-MBN FOB 8ATCM)AT MIGHT eaat Suada? srort: ? ? p?c nicht; ? li lase davy. Apply TIMEKEEPER. American Ball sray Bgussaa. M ?od Ej. a*?, ne. sjatn-2? J?LP ?*A.*?TsvJ)-PlSST*tJ?XB?"leiTA NTIlX; S7 par dir. Apply N'svsr Building, stcovon Street, avastaesvfa iTth ?Jad leVth streets nertlievest. ?M AN EXPERIENCED 3PECULTT ADVER uaaBg solicitor can make. ?r*vd mrsnejy osa com Dviaaaon uy ?rortanat part or ali oi th. tlavs. Ad drssa BOX 36. H?r?ld office._sesti tt vVANTBLa-TWii O.JLORKD BOTS AS DISH saavalaasr. STAND, g U tat. m?rtest. Ml?* Salesman for a?t???e store: st?tS aavjary ?jad ??rpense ras. Apply BOX 3>1. _?el?? W A ? ? E D-COLOttED CHAUFFEUR TO rvai Ford daHrea-r car. brins nafsrcnc?. Ap p.r TOPHAst'9. 13? ? at. nat._aelM?, TWO DISHWA.SHER-I. I.OOD WAGES: ?rood news. aW ? nar. BKIitV'S CAFE. _a?vl?Ht HOSTLER. ?J WEEK SCHNEIDER BK. .'? ? , ?15 Et. na. ?.!??* A MAN WITH SOME EXPERIENCE AND A knoeslaslge ot bcsaUeepang for . pcaiUoa in . real estate ofl?ce. JAMES P. SHEA. 943 ht. ave. asr. selS-Tt A ?OINO MAN OR DOT OVER 1? YEABo ot aj. to collect rent* in . reavl stUle .?G???. JAMES F. SHEA, ?43 La. ?ar. na?. selATt WANTED?MEN TO LEARN THE most essential industry at the present lime. Schools are now being former] to teach the various branches of ship building. Apply to the Virginia Shipbuild ing Corporation's representative at the UNITED STATES EMPLOY MENT SERVICE. 1410 Pa. ave.. Washington, D. C. sel5-tf BOT ValTH BICYCLE TO SERVE HERALD In Clovel?nd Park section; $12.30 per nvootls ear snore on crammissinn basis. Apply C1H CrLATlON MANA.1ER. Herald office. asjeVtl SEVERAL GOOD BOYS WANTED to deliver ihe Herald; $8 to $10 per month; can make extra money collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne. e.Ttf SHEET WRITERS FROM 7 A. MT to 10 A. M.; 35c per hour. Ap ply Delivery Department AMERI CAN RAILWAY EXPRESS, Second and H sts. ne. aul7-tf WANTED- BRA K EU EN FOR POTOMAC yard. 59 esenta ;4a; boar: also car repairmen, eacninlavta. nelpera, carpenter?, freUht brake aven. firemen and ether occupation, at ?avyvaaa point?, Penne.ivsni? Uallrciad. Apply iff? New Jersey ?se. e?. Bnyl?-rf THE CAPITAL TRACTION COMPANY M? potntTOt.? far MECHANICS en<? LABOR ERS on car irpturt (or main ?bop? and division ar bams. Street m.wiT ?<->rk In Waiihiiigton ta -taairl bjr tb? |o*?nm??Tit ** tri?bNTlAL eapIoTmrat aittrattti? wages and fr?!?t transporta tlon ot? our :"*?*. Apply to MASTER MECHANIC at mt-.opg. WS M st. nw. aaZ I GOOD ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO H. E. SMITH. 803 C st. sw._tf. WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS $4.18 Per Day. Apply to the Timekeeper, AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye sts. ne. HALT! Boys, help Uncle Sam. Earn money to buy W. S. S. and Thrift Stamps by de livering The Herald. $10 a month and $2 a month bonus. Apply Mr. S. TRAVIS. 819 3d st. nw. tf WHITE MEN AS WAREHOUSE men ; full or part time, between 6 p. m. and 6 a. m., at 33 cents per hour. Apply Mr. USILTON. night delivery clerk, American Rail evay Express, 2nd and H sts. ne. tf uABORERS FOR WAREHOUSE work; $4.18 per day. Apply to Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye its. ne. tf EIGHTH GRADE. OR BlliH SCHOOL Bof ?. tive-iesnieer and clerk. Apply CTRCLLA IOX DEPT, Heriid effies?. WANTED?BO* TO ?jnXVt ef?R?T?l "??sv. ???? M, COCRTNET. I G ac ?. e HELP WANTED-MALE. HELP WANTED-MALE. THE WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELECTRIC CO. Have -Posifions Open for Good Men Either Within or ABOVE THE DRAFT AGE as Conductors or Motormen "ESSENTIAL WORK"?GOOD PAY Our new wage scale is as follows: First three months of service. .43 cents per hour. Next nine months.46 cents per hour. Thereafter., .48 cents per hour. APPLY ANY MORNING THIS WEEK Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 12 m. (noon). WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELECTRIC CO. INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT, 14th and East Capitol Streets. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED-TELEPHONE OPERATOR, if plr MANAGER De??/ Hotel, 13? L ?l nw _mal* S ANTED - A WOMAN FOR otNKBAL ? housework. ???. UcGH.N, SO tth ?U ? ? _asssVX. WAXTED-SAL-eei^DIE?; OOOD WAGK?. j Ki.t>:BLA-rra, urn * ? ?is. o?. "1*3t ? WANTED-BY A LARGE PITMBURllB | Or? ??ter?! Isd??? Io? oui? ?tiling foro?; to ? U?om that esa quallfr permanent position? aaltla I ??if? salsr? sr? ??Bum!. Apply before f or ?iter J p. m.. 40? ateaasrt Bldg._acl?X 3ALSSLAD? FOB ANTIQUE 8T??Bt. I ,t?t? ??1er? ?nd experience. Appi; BOX >?-. Herald ?Tics._ s?rHt WANTED-C ?Jlt>ETfcNT L?T ? DB E.SS thre? days ? week. VU Ooon. ?ae nw. ?eiS-fc WASTED-WHITE WOMAN, OB GIRL. zeeierat bous? work; star siglate; good sesea. 301 Cotia, eta?, nw. sell-X j A LADY WITH A KNOWI.BDOE OT BOOF keeping for ? clericel position la ? reel estate mtntk JAMES P. SHEA. SU I.? >,e. nw. eelaVn WANTED ^YODNGTADY " FOR clerical work with some knowl edge of bookkeeping. Apply Mr. EASTMENT. Herald Office. : WANTED?ROOM AND BOARD. REPINED cOCPI.8 DESIRE? R?M IM AND board: rastralle located. Address "H." Her ! asl olile?, eell-tl FOR SALE?HOUSES. FoR t?ALE De?tthtful Washington Hfighta. Near lfth and K-i! firn* ?ie. r rooms, fine bath. Hot water heat, wide lot. Prie?. ?.O? Only $500 cash. Full cotnmiasou to brckers. FOR 8AI.K Xear 16th aod Lamont streets. S itT.fi, 9 room? and bath. Near $30,100 rewdenoe-a. Price. ?.W0. Only G30 emA. R. tt. BE.VLL. 130 New York are. nw. Call Maia MO. Call Residence, Colombia 150S. ?e::-tf FOR SALE?SUBURBAN. aCBLHBAN-FuR HALE b"V OWXEK (drafted in arm;) brlrk and tile bungalow; hardwcod floors; two tile b-aths, etc.: garage; garde?. Price G WA. <mx\\ Rrwlyn ?M. sel9-8t ? REAL LSTATL CABIN JOHN PARK. ????????? E SUBURBAN nulli?. J. S. TOMLlNSViN. ? 80. BLDG. II. I?. Sis Dew hniise? ?od bungalows read? lot m ?Dec?ion. 1*1.-?? to tC.MD. Eaa? terms Careful Investments Of money in First Deeda of Trust (First Uort gagta) ?a Wa?biagtoo, 1>. C. Real Estate ?! ?ays gire tb? full Interest promised aod the return of all the principle due, regardless ot tbt varying lncom-fs and salues of other secon tiea. TO e ha*e been successfully engaged m making these hiseetmenta for our diente for more thaji a Quarter cf a century. Instal ment*. $250, $50) to $10,000, st 6 per -cent no* ready for delivery. Large investmenta mads. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. Southern Building, 807 15th St, _ LOST. LO ST-1? ??????? PARK. THCRflDAT, Sexrtemoer 19, a diamond and sapphire mar-q-uiac ring; reward. BOS 369. Herald ? ?f?ce. sslMt LOST?ON WH?KV BT CAB FROM CHEVY Chase, Th irsds? night, black silk umbrella. Call tYanklin *tS tor rewsrd. sea-It UiST - A WILLYS-KNIGHT COUPE. WI7 model, dark-blue body; stolen from New York aretine, opposite Masonic Temple, right of September 18; G C. ' License .So. 16729; Engine Nn. 13450; a arjuare bole In left frcat fer.-..t; Whit? wire wheels; reward. W. T. FITZGERALD, ?10 Tracy pia? nw. ' m/Stj-H LOUT-CAMEO PIN ?UH HOUNDED B? pearle in down town section; reward if re turned to Mrs. STREETCR, 1310 L st. nw., or call Franklin SI?. seil-H FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. A HOUSE. WAGON AND HARNESS: G5. 3 T et. nw. Call alter t o'clock. sell-Jt TWO LARGE DRAUGHT HORSES AND wagons. ARLINGTON BOTTLING CO.. StU. At 1. eis. nw. selS-Tt BUSINESS CHANCES._ ?Sl S'ETTED ONE WEEK IP ???) tYA?T the grare?? then paaa toux rjjat?. Thre? cent? brings detailed plan and a Mg, interesting mail. ADVERTISER, Box T15. ThoroM. On tario. Canatls. ?.-:: ;t NEWSPAPER ROUTE IN BEST SECTION of city, earnings $150 per month: present own er ?Puntarli? -? serale?; reasonable terme. Ac ri,? CIRCULATION MANAGER, Herald ol ee?. selMf MOVING^ PACKING, STORING. SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. NORTH 3342, N. 3343, N. 3344. Night or Holi day. Franklin 3911. LONG-DISTANCE MOVING. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTO.! FlREPROOr eTOHAt"* Rontna. ? and op. Morts?, and Packing UNITED STATE? bTOBAG?, OO . 41?-* lOtb at. nw. Pbonsa M. 429 and franklin SOS. tl MOVING We furnish large padded rasa and -asreful to hsodle T'-ur good*. PACKERS of farolturs, pianos, e?lna. brtoe brac. etc Experienced min 00)7. SBITPINU to all pana of the world. STORAGE fot fnmlture. pianoa. aod houes bold 1 KRIEG'S EXPRESS REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Potict Department.Main 4000 Fire Department.Main 6000 Department of Justice.Main 196 U. S. Secret Service (night).Cohimb'a 3396 ?. S. Secret Sernce (day).Main 6400 U.S. Mar?h?J.Main 2854 AUTOMOBILES Washington Auto Exchange \titomoMi???. Tire?, Krremtoriatu ..?-pair? Truck?, Trailer?, Si?r ?(?, Taxi?, Auto Gis??. Ga rose?. Batterle?, Vic. FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. ?? HAVE) ?KYEKAL SLWHTLY USED Ford ??? mod?]? equipped with Smith Form ?v Truck attachment?. We wlah t<? eiplain our treat?? tor harm? iheee ?uomparatively new tur? for ?U? 1* due to a nutomer fulin* with bit eo? tract, ?jid w? wer*? forcwd to tak? thet* truck? hack. We ne offering tlieae truck? at a reduction of $30 oo each truck; can riw?? t?*ed a? new; will ?ell oo *?-.t term?. RGTOHI) ACTO CO.. INC.. 139 ??, ate, no. >cI?X AUTO EXCHANGE. 3-Ton Truck for Hire. ONE WEEK OR LONGER WITH DRIVER. ADDRESS BOX 303. WASHINGTON HERALD. :12-tf TIRES. I.UOO nule fu?? ut e.? a lollowing at^e <"Diy 30xJS. ???CO NATIONAL ALTO SUPPLY CO., ?37 9th St nw. AUTO REPAIRS. ?Toa Are Mtisfled? Wtaen you hate bid an expert auto mechanic examine and repair your car. We turn out only -mti'tectory work, therefore oar large patronage. (?enera, auto rei*?ring. AH make?. The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop. Ut! D st. at lath. hone. Frlpkllii T2?2. ?.?? SEKUCk, ?.?? TlMfc, 1.11 FQiCss. Aatoa ot any mak. and age repaired or rer ui it Forti, flied ssbil. you wilt. Storsi?. HOB BOT MACK ET. SU 1Mb st. a?. Ltotoln 3310. _AUTO ACCESSORIES. OAR OWNEKS NOT ONLY FIND OCR loc??Pn coi renient, but cur long einern-ure with auto? is of peat ?-?lue to the thousand? we ?erTe. Are we ?erring your cut Full ?tock ?cceworiea, nil*, grette?, etc. Central Auto Supply Co. 1001 Pi. are. Msin CM. ?GARAGE BUILDERS. call main Sh, wm. bkbbt, 711 ?y?iltW. ?Tan batid you a reinforced cimerete garage right away. ^_ 4 WANTED?TYPEWRITING. STUNOGRAPHBRTYPIST. KMPI,i)?Ed7T5?V tir.? work .?entnira. 7 to 11. Kither ?t hume or off,?. Telephon. Lanoohi 759, Mrs. John son, seul Vt WANTED TO BUT. WT.LL CALL IN MT CNLjSTTERCD ACTO BtobUe, dty or ?burban, and pa? you hlghrct prices for ladies', gentlemen'?, eh?Mren'? ? it cerata dothing. of all a**criptk>n*. Addre?? portal or DbOM. I will cail E. RICE. 13B ??;. ?t. nw. W "* BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. WINDOW SCHEINS AND SB.MIKS WINDOW SHADES MADE TO OHDEK. Bett Opaque on H. H. Rollers. J. Q. PRE1NKERT. 12? ? at. n?. _I'hone 1. 4138 tflS PERSONALS. TODAY IT IS VERY DI ITERENT FROM a year or two ago when pre? and offer.-. ? *er* much lower for men'? worn auita, OTer? j coat?, pent?, etc. Men would laugh at them tixlay ?nd we would be ashamed to make thrm. So a? price? are fioe we eipect you to pitone O? JCSTTa'a OLD STAND. ?19 D. aeTl It DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET OVER 30 YEARS ?????" "?"?S ? tbe Cure of Chroutc Nerrou? and Special Pimm oi Uen anrt VFoo.? i. Means Health to You If You Suffer From Catarrh. Otweity, nbeuraatie?, ConsMpa Uon, Pile?, Throat. .Ludi*, Drein, Heart, ?..*... ?od Skin OlMUa?. NerTeSsQ? Debility, Kldoe? Diaeaie?, Bkddrr Trouble, Specific Blood Poi ?coing, Eruption?, CWrt, *od All IMtste Dia eue? Cured for Ufe by S*fe Method?. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Ilootn for Ladies Office 8ncn. ltt to 1. 3 t.' 1 hund???. ? to v. JdTning rooms" ashmvore hotel and cafe. 12th and ? ?. W. trStYmmS ? Dining-rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen. Popular Prices. REFRIGERATORS, JCE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO., We build to order any .Ize refrigerator or cooling room. 611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757. EDUCATIONAL. National Cathedral School. Woodltaw road and Wltwmsln arenue Situated ?Uhin the Cathedral Close. A Boarding and Day School for Girl?. Nineteenth Year. le orafi? Or Raaaluent Pupils October t. Iti?. and lor Day Pupils October ?, lili. Telephon? Clerelan4 89?. aaSMi STT?LBANS" Ths Natiooai Osthadnu aeboo\ for Boy? Country Day aoJ Hording Sehowl Keopeu Wednesday. Srix.tnbn 2S Itll Rid HOP OK YVAKHIN?TON. Preaifient of B-erd of Trustee*. WILLIAM W CHURCH. Head Master., retephone C?e raimad tls\ ' ?-a yjt oscrans smm school. W. T. Shepherd, Ph.D., rnonpaJ, ?7 Uth A. ow. Tel. Main TB6?. Day, nicht. oo-e<Ji.ca rtonai. In? :r: ;...?! lrutructloo. l.rsdea. high i icbool; also adsanoed work, languages. Mathe matica, sdsnoe-d?ploma. Phycfaologj' cours?? in ! iffciency, ahorthsnd, Lrpewrttlng. Moderate ' rate?. * sriyXft WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW Co-Educational. Twenty-third years o?ens September X st ? ? ao. Tuition S75.00 per annum. Sessions at cither i SO or < X p, as. Three year court?, LL. B. On? year poet gradu?t?, LL. M. Special cour???: Intematlortal Lsw. Interstate sud Foreigo Commerce sod ?1er?! Trade Com mlsat?n. fur further information aod catalog apply to the Deco. Office hours, 10 to (JO. 1517 New Tork Arenue. Phone masa t?? George Washington University. Chartered cry (Vocees, IC. CO EDCCATIO.NAL. ?'? ..tga TeW Begin? September ?. ' fs and Sctencee, Btigloserlng, EducsHoa, Moiieire. Deotistry, Ls#, Pharmacy, Veter inary Medicine?. -Pull dar courses aod lat? sfternx? course?. AN"it seventy flre clases In all college sod engioeeriog subjects meet st 5 10 aad I p. tn. STUDENTS' ARMY IIUINISU COHl't. Catalrguee and other lof rm*ti-*>n at SB Q st. Telephone West I'M?. George Washington University Law Schoo! CO EDUCATIONAL. Begins 54th Year Sept. 25. 1918 Member Associati m ot American Law ?Schools. Strict standards, select student body. Instruction hy ni'-et appro-ted methods. Special Uasae? for eroplojed students. Students* Army Training Corps Secretary, Masonic Temple. Main IMO. IT ?? SINGING ????? K'urtl? jeer. Mme. Lue!? Bordan, diploma Iraluate and f-TtnerlT auuiatant to LamiKrti Ifarlier of Setubri.-ht, reincipat. Foreifn in ?tnirtioo at home. Booklet on request. Cno ?ultations, 11 to 1. lea S at. nw. Phone N. TOSI. Georgetown University The Law School. Session of 191S-1919 begin? October 1, 1918. at 6:30 p. m. Secretary", office open dally from 9 a. rn. to 6:30 p. m. for registration and conciliation. HUGH J. FEGAN. ?. ?.. LL? B., Ph. D., Secretai y. Georgetown Law School Building. W. E St. N. *W. Telephone M. 7''93 ~ ACCOUNTANCY pr?par?e TOU for desirable position?. FALL CLASSES? NOW FORMING. cail, writ? or ohen? for Booklet H and ? copy of "T?a? Marfcrt Vain?." PACE LN8TITUTB 1"* F ?t. nw. ?Vfasin MR EDUCATIONAL. EASTERN eoLLU3E-CO ED.. THIRTY minut?is froni WajJnocton. D. C ; decree, prep and junicr schifi courses, age ho upward ; rete W?O; opens S-nnember B>. Dr. ROO P. ('resident. Maoa-itaa. Va., boa i au23-3-fc PETS FOR SALE. OOLDF?HH. PARROTS. DO<.8. 81.NO I Nu cananea, canned co*t's milk, ?sod t?iideraiy In all brandies. SCUMIDS PET CMI'-HtlCM :12 l?th st. nw._se 12-imo MONEY TO LOAN. M?^HCt TO LOA^TOBI APPBOV?D CITY real ?stale at lernest current ralea ; speci ai pmilec** "Uh re*[.-ct io ?t?? ??/menti TYLEJ? A KUTRKBFOnD. loc, ?17 INh st rf -* WRECKERS AND BUILDERS. W? W li EC ? ? ?. ?. '?? ??? of- Rril-fllM.. A. ?. ?nlii-all'.M'N. 1.J I II a? ?..a. sod Ilullder. ? ? r FOR SALE?FURNITURE. (ASH ?? ?_.-,: e-.,-?? CA9H credit rurniture cre.d:t HOPWOOP'8 Popular Price Furni ture and .Stove Sture. 8th at ? Sta. SPECIAL NOTICES. I'LBLIC -SCHOOLS OK THE DISTRICT OP" QOL I'MBlA. September 1?, 1*1A PRELIMI NARY MBJuTlNUS PCUL1C SCHOOL TKACHERSw Tb? Superrtsioc Principal* will meet tbe leachsrs of t?.fir respocUre Hnwon* nn Saturday, September H, at 10 JO A. M. The wacher* of th? 1st sud 3d Di t si cms will meet at tbe Curtia HcUuoi. The tenchsr* of the FrsakJtn-Thoinaun school will meet at Mi? Thomson School. The teacbert of special, atvpical, And uncradsd ?chool? irti] meet Mr. I'atteraua at the franklin School Other Dtrt sion? at lh? office? of the r-s?i*c?r? Hupur? tisinc Princi'*i*. Tbe principali of Normal ?.nd HlCh .Schools will meet their teexbM* at thetr re-Apectire but Uli tie? Saturday, September . 11, at 3? V. It. Kindercarten ? es chers will , meet st tb? Thomson Heb oi and tbe Miner | N'amai School on Saturdsr. Sei*eraber ti, at ? IJt P. II. KK.VK8T U THUB8TON, Snper-| intendeot ot Sclm-sts. _self.a PROPOSALS. UFinCE OK THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C, Waabirtiftun. D. C, Septemtier la, 191* Sealed propulsi? will be received at tSat ?jflue, It-xwu ill. District Buildmc. until TWO nVL'H-'K. P. M., October 15. 1918. for ImalsXaj and Ae Uremie two tractors, four oimtnoatnii -Ct?em ii-al and boas w*e<j-ue, -?me ?usisi ti.jok and lad der, and thr?? tire engines, all mouv dr-i-m, for use in the Fire LK|?rUnent. D. C Spectli cations and forns ot prupo??! may be obuined upon applicatimi tu the Curvhssinc Offu-er. D. O,, Room ?. District Iliullitic I.OC1S ?KOWMViW, JoHN O. D. KMOBT, w. UWYN.N IjAKEHNEB, Couuii*snMiers l> OL srfp.T.a WASHINGTON. 8EPTEMI?KR IE. itli. Sealed proposal? srlll be rmagtra? In thi? bu reau at Room Nj. L3, unut ? ? clock p. m . Friday. September ?, 1?:?. for furnishing ?H labor and material, and eren-tiuc ui place, eo plet*. ?t the Diatrict Treetle, First snd S streets northeast, a structure with sll neccmary piombine, aesrerace and wiring cornei t?aog. Form of ??-??-??1?! will be -supplied on application. All pr-pc#ala most be fecure-i-t enit-!up>-d, marked "ProiKvai? for Toilet Facilities. ??istrici Trestle," and be addi-e-uwd to the PlmW of tb? Bureau of Min??, Detenni em of the I? tirior. Washincton, D. C. The right ia r? serrtd to reject any and all l-id- or to accept or reject any part ?Wffeof in the diicn-t'Oii of ttie bureau. ?. G. HOOD, Actinc Director. R'ireau Mines. ee.9-.lt Ready Reference Telephone Directory. AUCTIONEERS. ADAM ?? ? ? ?r ? If-..-)' ? ' ???? c? BOOK DEALERS. BHEST?N0*8. ? r a. >?. G ? lafsin HL FLORISTS. ? C. -?>? ?'?? Cbom Cat fTratcra?. 14th at oaa. Khun? Mi:r StlaV PRINTERS rM<D_ PUBLISHERS. ? HAYWORTH ?G??,?????G. ??G'?. j Lena-rial Printer? nnd I'ailittahrr?, ?.-?-??? C. ?t. "V. W. I_l'I?one Mal? IOC_ AKDBMOa l'HINTEBI. IHt Wim ?oot. re?r. 1*37 New Tork aas. oar. ttmmt Main fi._ ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. ARTS?B LOW?. nectricsl Contractor, XIX 1 ?t. r?., Waahin? ton. P. C. Ereryiblnt Electrical. lar-,'*, 1" -?la.'< Te,-re?. WMt UALEST?m JOHM la. DONOHOE k SONS. eslsa, Renta, Lornns and Inaurane?. H l'a. aae a? pbon. Line M. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriale Floral Tokens. Ajt?aaie-fTpreaalr?? lne?i>rna1,e. Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street. Prompt *'*tt? delirsr? arrTi-a?. EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO BUT You (WOULDN'T H?,V6? SUCH A BCADTIFOL LAlvW IF YOU WOULD L?ST YOUR <3H(Lt5Rt=N PLAY ON \.T INSTeA-D OF CHAS\N<J TH?T(*A OV5R. TO OT(-rv?*e. peo??*-<ss LAK1N3 totramPL?= THi-c?.r3/i:? and pLowei^si',: JUST L?sr Tt-trvr Soak IN ? ?jhil? '..I _FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWiER'S SONS Mrnit-eu i?y iDTitation .Natioe*, ?eJedea Un i:cinna. Senr?-ea rgbdered h. ?H p*rti o, tne tinted iftatc? by apccirJ repraacotante? Telephon? jt*m?*_ t4jfci'*b*d ??? Main 6512-661S jff^jwg^ i>?dy 17X0*32 Fa. J^BLife'?ffifl^ ? ?finar, t Avenu**, #???^?^??^ Chapel W. W. OitunLe?. K. t' CUambcra. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. H00 Chap?n SU N. W. p? Vet lutotnobi.? Ser-tee EicluatteJ". Modani Chap?!. lJ?j or Night. 1'boat CoL **? DIED. BINNS?Suddenly, on Wedneaday. September 1*. 191*. at lo 30 p. m . GEORGE F.. beloved husband of Mary T. Blnm (race Spaldlng.) Funeral from hla alater'. residence. 1237 Thirty-fourth ?treat north west, today at t p. m. CHAPMAN?On Thuraday, September IS. 1918. at 4 p. m., VINCENT CHAPMAN. In hia 75th year. Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. oi. (Brooklyn paper? please copy.) DORSTER?On September 17. ui?, at Bridgeport. Conn., EDWARD T. DORSTER, ?son of Anna Mary and the late John ? Dorater, brother of Jeaale N. and Stirling laor.ter and Eunice Holme?. Funeral from hie rnothcr'e realdenc?, 1206 ? ?treet northwest, tomorrow at 1 o'clock. Relative, and friend. Invited. DORSTER?Membere of Pythagoraa Lodge. No. ?, F. ?. A. M.. will assemble' at tha Mieevonlc Hall, Fifth street and Virginia, avenue aoutheast, tomorrow at l'i ? clock, to attend the funeral of Brother EDWARD T. DORSTER. from 12* ? street northwest. Members of crsft Invited. J. N. DORSET. W. M. 8. D. MATTHEWS. Secretary. ENOELKE?Departed thla life on Thursday, September 19. mg. at i'.li p. m . at the rasidenca of her daughter. Mra. Charle? L. Saur. JOHANN ?Cil CHRISTINIA EN GELKE, widow of George H. Engelke, in her 9lst year. Funeral today from reeidence, ?Su Fifth atreet northeast, at ? p. m. Funeral private Interment at Prospect Hill Cemetery, (Oilcago and Lincoln, Neb., paper? please cODy ) FOWLER?On Friday. September ?. 191S. at - 30 a. m . after a lon? lllne.se, SAMUEL FOWLER, be- | loved husband of Etta Fowler ? mee Talli. Funeral from hla late residence, 42i ? Fifteenth sti*.et southeast, on | Monday. September G3. at G, p. ni. I Relatives and friends Invited. GREEN'?Departed thl? life Wednes day, September Ie. 191S. Hn ELIZABETH GREEN. devoted mother of Mrs Mary E. Down..? and Mr?. Georgia Olaton. Funeral today at 9 a. m., from St. Augustine's Church. Friends and relatives Invited. HICKEY-On September ?. 191?. ELIZABETH II1CKET. heloved daughter of the late Lawrence and Catherine Hlckey. Funeral from her residence, ?0 Eye street northwest. Monda., September 23. at 8:30 a. m. Rr,|,;om mai-.* at St. AloyeiutT Church at 9 o'clock a. m. Auto mobile funeral. Kindly omit flower?. HOWARD?On Thursday. September 19, liais, at his residence, ??7 ? street nonhwest, EDWARD HOWARD, beloved son of Min nie and Philip Hughes, brother of Estelle Howard and Mamie Tyler. Notice of funeral hereafter. HIFI?"?On Thursday, September 19. 1?1?. ELIZABETH ? 111 FF <nee riircelli. aged ?s years. Funeral from Taltavull's chapel to day at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends Invited. JOHNSON?On Wrdnesdav. Septem ber IS. 1918. WILLIAM T. JOHN SON, fa'her of Irvinj, T. and Alice E. Johnson. Funeral from Murray's. Nichel? avenue ?nd 13 streets southeast, today. Friends and relativres in vited to attend. Requiem mass at St. Teresa's Church. Thirteenth and V streets southeast. LICJHTFOOT?Departed this life Thursday. September 19. 191S. at 7 a. m.. RICHARD LIGHTFOOT. devoted father of Allie Lightfnot White, brother of Ellen Davis. Green Llghtfoot, Phoelve G.irinro. the late Lucy Simpson and Thomas Llchtfoot Funeral tomorrow from Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, at 1 p. m. McDERMOT?On Wednesday. Sep tember Ie-, 1918. at Georgetown University Hospital. ANNA M. McDERMOT. beloved daughter of Alice M.-l>erirK>*. Funeral from her i?te v-e-id?*i'ce. 2.?07 Wisconsin avenu.?, today at ? ?. m. with sole.n,i Ivl.^n ni.ie?? at St. Patrick'.? Church at 9 3d a. m. Interment at Rock Creek cemetery. MIRRAI"?On Tuesdav. September 17. JJM, DOROTHV LORINE. youngest daughter of Elhridge and Edna Murray mee McGMlicuddy). The funeral was held Thursday. September 19. at ? p. m , from C Eighth street southwest. OLIVER?On Thursday. September 19. 191?. ac her residence. IS? Thirtieth street, after a lingering illness. ANNA S OLIVER meo Kinsingeri, beloved wife of Joseph A. Oliver. Funeral from residence. le?2R Thir tieth street northwest, at 2 p. m. tdtlay, September a. Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery. ? RILEY?On Fridav. September ?. 1911. at his r?sidence. ?G. Ninth street southwest. WILLIAM J RI LET. Funeral from his late residence Monday. September 22. at 9 a. m : thence to St. Dominic's ?Church, where requiem mass will be sai for the repose of his toul. Rela tives and friends invited to attend. SMITH?On September 13. 1918, Mrs. NELLIE R. SMITH, widow of the late John L. Smith, aged 79 years. Interment this afternoon at Fred ertcksburg. Va. WARDEN?On Thursday. September 19. 1918. In New York Cil*. ANNA LUCY WARDEN, widow of Clif ford Warden. Notice of interment later. WEBB?Suddenly, on Thursday. Sep tember 19. 1918. at 12:30 a. m. HARRY C the beloved son of Harry C. and Catherine ?., at)ed 4 years and 4 months. Funeral from hi? late residence. 6-? G street northeast, today at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friend? In vited. "Interment at Mcunt Olivet cemetery. WHEELER-Suddenly. on Thursday. Semember 19. 1918, E W. WHEEL ER, beloved husband of Elizabeth L. Wheeler, aged 4* years Funeral from the chape'i of Thomas S. Sergeon, 1011 Seventh street nonhwest, today, September 21. at 8:4S a. m. Maas at the Church of the Immaculate Conception n! 9 o'clock. Interment (private) at Mount Olivet Cemetery. WIGGINTON-On Thursday, Sep- I tember 19. 1918. at her residence. I the Holmead. 1319 Park road I northwest, ALMIRA WIGGIN-1 TON (nee Rouse), beloved wife of James N. Wigginton. ?aged 42 years. Funeral from the *.'<-,<>r.dree M. E. Church, Massachusetts avenue I tween Ninth and Tenth streets northwest, -today aj 2 p. m. Rela tives and friends invited to at tend. Interment private. YOUNG?Entered into eternal rest Wednesday, September 18, 1018, m ?1:15 a. m., at his late residence. ?35 Florida avenue northwest, JAMES R. YOUNG, belovevd hus band of Irene Young mee Craw ford), son of Isabella Young and brother of Lucinda Sutton. Fisneral tomorrow from above ad dress, at 1:50 p. m. Relatives and Sriends invited. MOVE FOR MAIL EARLY IN DAY Postal Employes Urge Plan to Relieve the Press of Night Work. Following lu request of Postmaster Generai Burleeon for departmental ectton to prevent the large labor turnover, excessive overtime and M?ht wom In the poetai nervier, the executive board of the National Fed ere t Ion of Post il employe?, now In f-i .?.--ion at the A. F of L Building In thia cny, haa taken action looking for relief from other aourcee aa well. Tbe federation will atart at one? a "mail? early-in-the-day" campaign In the Interest? of the postofllce worker*. The purpose will be te m,duc? the business house.? end government of fice* and all other establishments Issuing larfte quantifie? of mat! to de posit auch mail In the boxee aa early In the day ae poesible. In order to avoid the congestion tn the poet? offices at ?night. A motion picture film, ahowlng the conditions ?In the poetofflres at nipht. will be released to all the big circuita throughout the country. Wmst More Pmj at XlgrfcL Another important measure which the board decided to ur^e Is a time differential in favor of the night workers, aa a me&na of discouraging nigtit work. In order to secure bet ter enforcement of the postal eljht hour day? time and a half pay tor all work 1-eyond eight hour*. ngM or day. will nino be asked for. The boari will ask Congress to make j permanent the classification law of July 2, providing for entrano? ?a?- | ?ries st II/KW with'automatic increase ; to gl..ViO. for the current year, end ; will also ask for a war boniu of Zi? per cent on that scale. The executive board of the Na tional Federation of Poetal Kmployes la "Comi^oisod of Gilbert E. Hyatt, of Washington, D. C, president; John J Welsh, of Memphis, Tenn., flret vice president: J. 8. ??-Gee. of Chicago, second vice president: J. M. Ripley, of Jacksonville, Fla., third vice pres ident: Walter G. Hancock, of San Francisco, fourth vice president; Pat rick K. HUrk'tns, of New York, fifth vi. e pn-'Mdent, and Thomas F. Fla herty, of Washington. D. C, secre tary and treasurer. DEATH RECORD. WBITE. irsi R Hanbart. tt ?rara. Mi !&h at. Be. Thoma? liman. S, f.2 ? at ne. Wn. Baker. S3. ??* Eisa ?t. sas. IQirabetb P. Huff. C. Waablnfton As?1?jBa H?*patal. R<bert A. -n?o?nr?oa?. 01 Garaaeld Hoai?taJ. Patrick Cutmlrafhana. M. ''aaaaalt? Hasiartal Wm. T. Johnston, ?. WafJiinsltan A?. ; .?? Hospital. Ait.otwtte fYutcbett, r. Hora? tur Incurable?. Anse 1'om.tnck. C liarneli Ho?i<?? Katherine fariallao. a. bihl. r Hnaratal. Anna McDemi?*, ?. Oeorsetoarn Hospital. Ann? ?- Oliaar. U. 163 SX? at. ?? Lincoln Beed, 51, Vi aaltinfton Asalusa B?? l-li.l. Harry W Web"?. Ir, t, ?a? O et ne. Wm. A. Nelson. )r . 1. Ita? Ittrj st. nar Ederd W. Wheeler. ?. 1111 ?th at. Dar. ? :.<r Yaarr. ?, C?au?lt? Ho?i?tal. Mar? H. Hot*, fi. ate S t?. a*. ? ? - ??. US ? .?" nar. Infant sat Harr. M. and Ut'.eu S. Melton. IS minuta?. ?C H st ne CoUiKED. Jolia W. flre??, ?. SI L at aar. Wan. ?lutaana. ?. St. Eliaabeth a Hospital ??hAnae P. Sheifwrd. 5D. ICS Ith ?t. ??. Elisabeth Ortet,. ?. SI rentan !' Utile ???????p. S?. ?S **?nd st. ne Infait f Adel aaad John M<???re. 2 dar?. TS Grcsham id. BIRTHS REPORTED. BHITR M Kdaard ai*! Man ? WV.s?cr hw. FY-nk U. aod BlSstt? E. gclistm, girl. Letter C snd Mvnle L. Bcett, mfsX. Ptlnek J. end Catherine ?. Rudd>, prt. Al -aro sjtd Klijtal-eth Kowle?. gir' LawTFWor and ?iladjs G?????*. jr . girl. ????? H- and ?label g\ Otarm, giri. WilKajn J. and Irene O'Brien, girl. <'heater J. and Nyr?e Moffatt. bor. Lester B. ersi Theodosia B. MeNaUy. boy. <ie*rge and E-ra McCuI?j. giri. Joha ard Ella Lowe, (*?"???. Herbert M and ?Margurrtt? E Koasc*, bot ?.laude and Elai-*?? Jordan, girl. Albert U. snd Laura m\dhg. bar. Gag G. and K?ttie M ?ienrge. boy. Cecil and Elizabeth Oar, btrj. Walter ? snd Miriam ?????. brtr. Piter snd IfuttclL? Mac ? Ihigukd. bee? ?liarles tt. and BUcche B. Daasnn. It. William snd Res? Cook, girl. (?eon? L. snd Carri? L*. Comer, girl. Maurice W and Imi Borges, girl. Earle and B.rtha U Beaun R. bert and Zio H. SmoUl. gui. fYank and Art-jnctta Basso, ber Homi W. and Reckt ,^/???. t?'-?. OOUMf. I>e E. and Lillian Woods, girl. Knnire and 0>ra Wims, girl Wlllism st'd Luctada Powell, bor. Lex an.I Naoaoi Picken* girl. AmnMui and Melinda aloore, girl. tiaaaat and Man Mark, gir! W illusi and Ideila M-xiroe, girl. Piirfsx and Daby King. girl. James snd Dora JoftnaOB. bo.?. .?.*????? a. end Msry E. ?\asswax, b^r Carroll g\ and llmta I Hotl??. grl. lleno J. >sd Sadie CTajnbeo, girl MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITK. A hen Carter. SO. and Q!a V. ?;.????" y l?th of U'aahinartoB. Re?. Taitaot. L. G. Aierv. ?. an.1 Ulli.u Miller. SI. both Of Albtuir. N T. Ke?. ?. G. 1> ?n, Wm. O. Sareenn. a. ?nd ?. ? Uiiler. boTh I Of Camul Hill. Ud. Re?. 0 k? K.Jtr. ?. ? K?me?, jr . 21. and M. C. H?rdr XI both of Weehinarton. Ke?. J. ?. laontttanaerT Jamea A. Boaman. a outaaratoani. trtaio. and Eule P. "Uilea. J. Wa,hin?non. Bea. ?luirle? Wood. B. W. Benoit. ??. Bock land. Ma??, stiel C. R. t-anpbell. ?, -ataaliinfton. Ke,. B. U. Mote. Htnry W XichoU. 3. New Tot* <1tr. ?Ad Benha S. Bell. Waal.iiurton. Kea. H. H Uanek U. E. Petmlu. S. and 11 B Ucaaaltet, both of ????4????????. Rer. Jame? Mackin. M. P. Benson. H. Wash ? net ??d, sod Kather ine Khniet, ?, CoTincton. h.. Ke?. H. 1' linche U. ?. ? r-.aa-.er. ?. Tort Mm. V? . and St. L. Winfrer. Oakland. CaL Ree J. \V Clartx. ?. R. Neaalote. 21. -a\'?ahiu(toil. ?nd M. M. White, r. Urbana. 111. Re?. B. P. Mltchrll. I. B. Daria. $1. lad Clara M Beleben bach. ??. both of Waahmttnn Re?. W. 1. rarroll. P. 8. Pannar, 37, and loia IVareon. both of Richmond Va. Rea?. 1. ?. Jaffne? Homer Blue. >. ?od E ? Baader. S. both of Waahit4jtor.. Ber. E. J. Matra!h William C. Wicker, tat. and ?. O Dietrich. ?0 both ol Baltimora. Md Be? H H. Uuaan, Alain Daels, a. aod Ola Wallers. ?. kotk of CharMtMnlle. Va. R?r J. H. Jeftlee. J. O. Hoo??r ?, sad Nellie Millet. G*. bou of Woodstock, Vs. Rs> H. D. Mitobell. 0MM?SB Richard I- Scot!, ?. of Ft. Mlatr. Va ud r..ncta Thomaa. C. Washincton. Re?. W, i. Ho?t?rd. Ralph Lawrence. ??, and Mar? Price It, both of Waah i net on. Re?. Williams. Arthur G. Koblnroa, ?1, er reno WlltM. ?. both of Waahinfithn. Re,, tiro. ? Harra?,. Ella? U Smith, n. ?nd aaaaie Eahend??. II. both cat Wa??biDCtac. Bara, W. J. Borrare. Uo)d fonway. 11. end Romola ?.-..- ati both of liladaJhaburaj. Md. Ban. W. H. E fifi ne ?ri Gire Dance? The intmbdrs of th? F1r?t B?tt?llo??, First Replacement Regiment ot ?n Rlneer?. will *-ive an InfonnsU bat talion dance at -Washington Barracka Uria etrenlng. the music being fur? iilihayt, by the Knglneer Band This Is the Initial attempt at ajana??? tor enlisted men at Washington Barracks since the declaration of war. MAKES APPEAL TO D.G.DOCTORS Officer Warns Against Epi ?rJemic of "Spanish Influenza." To prevent the spread of 6pet.laa ii.fluensa In Washington. Dr Fowler District health officer, a-eaterd?- mad? in appassii to the rksetor? throughout the dty to report alt camma of acute grip, which the? susvpert to be Ot. drssaded dlaeaaa. This waa made to the privatela??? of the city aa '.nu diaaeaae la (.at .?? the list which dolor? are i*equla*eal ?af? report to th? health office and the neglect of thl? pr?caution may ac count for the rapidity with which IM ha? spread in other ciUe?. ??..,>..... . ..a......, Aa the majority of the doctor? ??a?' Washington readily admit ther ?lo not know the exact .ytnptons of "Sptuiiah influenaa.?? it has been in? work of the Di?trt<rt health office ?a ferret oui the suespected caaee. Tbe caae of L'eut. Arthur Hearers?? and his wife, of Ziti Eightsjeeth auwaK north .?t. waa reportes?; ' to ttr. Fowler yeatayrday. Lient and atra" Henne returned from New York oa Monday and since their return tkmy both have basen Buffering from what they con?Wered "the eff'P?** In speaking of hi? symptom? to hi? attending phyeician? Lieut Heran? - described them a? altanar to a i?e*?er?? attack of hay fever or an. "?yid fashioned" cold. The physiciaui. however took ne j chances but immediately reported hai patient'? storaditlon to Dr. Fowler in order to prevent the spread ?af the dlaaa?. If Lieut, and Mrs. Henne? caae ?hould be a mild form of 'Span i?h influenza." , Twelve oaae? of "Spanish Influenaa" hav? been reported from l'avi? Humphrey?. The lo.WO men in tnaln lng there are using every precaution to prevent the spread of tbe deaeaae Caaes of "Spanish Influenaa'' haa. appeared at several of the training ?samps throughout the country, ac- . cording lo a report issued laat night by the Surgeon General'? Office. . BEQUEATHS RED CROSS $125.000 ESTATE Grocer Leaves Society Largest Legacy Yet Received. National headqu^rtera of th? Red Croe* ha? heen lormally notified that Lhe late Chart??? S Kahn, ot Even?- J ville, Ind , tn hla wul. left hi? entire fatal?, of ?u estimated valu? ef "** tlS..OO% to th? American Red ?"roa*. Information aa to th? disposition of * th?? property waa .conveyed throufh f ' Phelpa K. ?Darby, an attorney of ? Kfc*?n>\ tile. w*io ?a? named in the , will ..ta execvitw.- Thii> te the Uren-t be-uue^t erer mud? in favor of the I Red Croa? llr. Kahn, who was a wheieaale *) grocer, died Au#ruat ?. Hla will m as ? made in June, shortly before unde?-- ? coinfcT a surcica) operation at BettW. ^ Creek, Mxh. The ?estate conalsta-?* principally of aecurittes The ?* iU-?? bequeaths all his property, both real .:"> and p-rrttonal. to the American Red Crt'M ?*>c.cty. subject only to tha condition that a nephew ahall be per- * mitted to continue reiirwina* a noi? Viven In part payment of his shares _ ? I mu Sana. Incorporated _ k OFFERS MORE BLOOD TO CURE DR. WILSON Dr. J. W. Mankin ?*?? ?? Aid High School Principal. A aecond Mood tranafualoa ?nil ba ?" made to endeavor to re.tore to health * Dr. Emory Wilson, principal of the Central High School. Dr. J. Ward Mankin. aupertntersd- ? ent of the G.? i> rgem y Hoaplial. with- . in a fe? day? expect? to give 3M cubic centimerers of hi? blood for -' hi? friend. Three day? ago a young aoadier. a former pupil of Dr. Wile on ?, ara?-? S?, cubic centimeter? of hla blood ? for the flrat transfusion. In speaking of the approaching op eration. Dr. Mankin aaid laat night: "Dr. Wilson ?? the beet beloved man - among young and old. and among the greatest number of neopl?. of any man in the city To ?ave the life of such a man would b* cob- ???? railing a ill.tinct benefit upon thl? ? ? omnauniTr." . t Police Await Owner of 39 Baltimore Halt Pinti Deserted on Sidewalk Will the ?M*e>?l?>eB?*T. or arhoevrer H ?aa. who abandoned a tan leath? r ?un,a?e ai First and H street* north- . east, containing thrrty-nln? half penta of Baltimore whtekv. pie-??? ; ; rail at No. ( precinct and identify same. ! ?The liquor ?u found ?res*ter?lay aft ernoon sitting on the ?idearalk all br ? itself. It wa? deserted rather clo?? ito the l'nion Station, and the police ? think that tbe wet weather musi ?have chilled IU owner's fee? Any i how. they don't want th? ?tu? raesaa*? Ing around th? preclnci TO BRING L>VB0R TOGETHER Central L'nion ?'ill Diku?.* Co operation lo Win W?u. Cloaer cooperation among the labor " unita to help win the war var.ll be th? I ! topic of disc-union at the bl-s*noa?hi?r meeting of th? Central Labor Utvlon i which will be held next Monday erren ing at t o'clock at the Tyrsogrwpbl ! cai Temple, on G ltreet near ?' h "It I? the duty of labor <n all Ita I branche? to bend every effort to ?ae'p win the war." s??. retar? H. A. Jamea ?aid las? night. "At the meeting sto-i i day night we ?hall dlacua? lhe way? j and mean? ?vf eliminating ????? ?o I that w? ma}' have a diati net ?h.r? I in reaching tbe goal of srlotor..? '? CHILDREN ?howl* not be ~totm*< for ?cold??apply tl "outai df *' tr??? tri..y?ot MEW PRlCeES ?30c, ?*>c, mo