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PUT TO WILSON Resolution Brought to the White House by Mrs. Trout. Mra Grace Wilbur Trout, president of the Illinois Equal Suffrage Asso ciation. Saturday carried to Preai dent Wilson the suffrage plank adopted by tb? Illinois Democrstie convention on Friday. The resolu tion says in part: The Democratic party dcmanJ? that legislation shall immediately be enacted which ?hall enable women to vote fer and hold th? same offices aa men It asks for the Immediate enactment of the constitutional amendment now before the United ?Mat?? Senate and It pledgee itself to throw Its organised strength be hind the adoption of that amend ment, whan it ia submitted for ratifi cation to the various States. It in dorse? the stand that its United ?state? Senator. Jame? Hamilton L?wia has taken upon the question of 'equ?l suffrage for women, and urge? him to further efforts in the same cause." < ?aujniilitri ??Sraglata. The President congratulated the suffragists of Illinois on their loy alty to the government and their patriotic serviee. said Mrs. Trout. "He seemed much Interested In my report of my interview? with th? Senator?, ?nd reaffirmed hi? belief In ?uffrage as a war measure." Mrs Trout, who I? In Washington working for the Federal amendment. I haa been taking delegations of wom en from th? unenfranchised Statea ? o the various Senator? who believe in auftrage but are not yet wholly in favor of tbe Federal amendment BOYS TO HELP CHARITY DRIVE Expected to Raise $5.000, 000 for $170,000,000 War Work Fund. The buys o? the country below the age of 13 ar? expected to do a very big ??ervice in th*? cominz campaign of the m9am war work organizations, the V M. C ?. th?- T. W. C. A.? the Kni?hts of Columbus, the War Camp ?omrmmity Ban lit, the Jewish Wel Txr* Ser-. i< e. thr- Salvation Army and the fJb*.fcry Welfare A .?--ocia non tn announcing today Th?- work of the boya in the drive for $179,500,609, ?hich tmmm Nmwte U to 1\ John R. Mott. .l!:ector genti al of the cam paian. ?aid: Victory boys will be the name of the boy?* 'earn and ??ve' portion of the campaign, which is intended to af fi-v>l to tho boya of this country an opportunity to do bU thing? for the ?rest cause. A million boys behind ? million fighters will, by their service and their ncrttce, help to provide recreation, home comforts and oppor t ii nities for study and recreation for those v.ho are fighting our battles. Haiae M Each. 'The ma vim urn age limit for enroll _meut will be -??' years, while the mini mum may be determined locally. ? ach boy who enrolla will decide for himself the amount of money he pledge? himaelf to raise. It costs ap ????>xunately V< to provide the privi leges of the seven war work agencies for one American soldier or sailor for five weeks, and it is expected that most boys will wish to get that amount." A conference at which the seven iti ? ? ties will be represented will be held in "Washington next week, to make campaign plans. I* W. DeGast ?.iint. of the. Y. M. C ?., and Miss K. C. KeferstPin, of the ?. W. C. A?, have been named as delegates. BRIDGEPORT HONORS WILSON'S DAUGHTER White House Resident Attends Open ing of Center. Miss Margaret Wilson, the Presi :, tighter, will be the guest m-.xt Thursday evening? at the formal ? opening of the first community center I? b.? formed at Bridgeport. Conn. The Bridgeport Community Center fc-M been modeled after the Washing ion center?. It will have, however, a ?or-nmunlty secretary who will mo : hlllie the labor of hi? district toward ' ? w rining th*1 war. This is the first instance where th" 'Wai Isa bo r Boartl has used rbis nv -?ins of reachinir labor. Thi? policy will endeavor to adjust industrial d?f iiculties between emptoyers and the ? hole body of employes. - K. J. Ward, specialist in community organization, has been detailed to 'formulate the plans and assist ln ? Vairyinc them nut. wh? reby the enatr- ? 'gency need of labor will be met. FOSDICK WILL ADDRESS Y. W. _ Director of Training Camp Activities to Speak Tomorrow. The featur? e trot o? T. W. C. ?. activities for the current wsek will be a talk tomorrow evening- by Ray mond Fosdtck, chairman of the Com mission on Trainine Camp Activ itie? of th? War Department. Thr Ta W. C. A. la preparine for the wlnttr ?eason. aad registration an now be made for srymnaatlc and educational ciane? In tbe evening. Th? program for the week follow?: Today. Company C of the Bu?l nes? "Women's Council will drill on th? Ellin?? at 5:15. The Blbl? Student? Club will meet at th? Elisabeth Somrr?" at T:J0. Tomorrow. Raymond Fo?dlck will ? peak on the condition? la th? camp? at the Bu?lne?? Women'? Council meeting at 7:10 at th? Wes ley Chapel. Fifth and F streeU northwest. A community party at Vacation Lodge. Cherrydale. Va. will b? held at 7:30. A member of the Traveler's Aid will speak at a canteen luncheon which will be served at th? Chevy Chase Lodge from 1 to 3 o'clock. Wednesday, all Washlngtonians Interested In the housing situation ar? ln\lted to attend a meeting in the gymnasium. 619 Fourteenth streets northwest, at 3 o'clock. Thursday, the Board of the Y. W. ?. A. will meet at headquarters at 10:30 Company C of the Business Women's Council will drill on the Ellipse at 5:15. Sunday, a vesper service will be held at Vacation Lodge at 7 o clock TRAWLER SUNK NEAR HALIFAX American Boat Either Tor pedoed or Mined 55 Miles Off Coast. Th* Navy .Department l?*u*d a brief bulletin last night to the effect that it was Informed that the Amer ican steam trawler Kingfisher had been torpedoed fifty-five miles east of Halifax and that the crew had been landed. The department s announcement seem? to confirm the press re-^ort that the KimrH.-iKT w*s hit by a torpedo, but some of the high official? believe the vessel was destroyed by a mine. Whether it was mine or torpedo, however, the Navy officials do not regard the sinking: of the trawler as of any great importance. The cry of "a submarine along the coast" no longer alarms as it did witen the first raid was made more than three months ago oft the Jersey (/oast. lt is noted by one of high officers of the Department last night that the German submarine, as a threat against the North Atlantic Coast, was heard the last time August S3? exactly a month from the present incident. This official said that even granting there wa? a German .?ubmarine operating again off the fishing banks, it would indicate the submarines that were here before had beea obliged to return home for repairs and oil. It was not probable, he said, that the submarines would have returned to Germany if they had had a base either on our coast or any nearby coast, and if there were ?uch a base the U-boats would not have ceased their activity for a month. In addi tion to that, the navy secret .-?ervice, i'Oth ashore and along the coast waters, has made a long and minute investigation without discovering either a base or a source of informa tion from shore points. The officials wh<> believe the King fisher was sunk by mine, not tor* pedo, say they know th.it the last ?Jernian submarine strewed minee near the fishing banks. They con tend that if the submarine was not nctually seen, the mine theory is the more probable. Other?, who credit the report of the master of the King fisher. Captain Reilly. that there waa a submarine, assert that the protec tion of the fishing banks by navy vessels has not been withdrawn and that this supposed foray of a sub marine will not prove successful. Red Triangle Club Hike Held Sunday Afternoon The hike of the Red Triangle Club of ihe T. M. C. A. yesterday after noon ended at the National Cathedral, where the party attended vesper ser vice at the Bethlehem Chapel Next Sunday's hik? will, be up the Virginia side of the Potomac to the state ?ne, returning bv the Leesburg Pike. The Red Triangle Club and ihe WanderUisters will combine for hikes during the month of October, leaders being drawn from each organization. How to Make Your Own Complexion Treatment at Home -4 Free Oatmeal Pre-srrlptfoa Dae? ? It? \V?rk (?versieht. ? ???_. . New Tork: '"It is my own discovery, and it takes just one nicht to get such ?riM veiou* resulta," ?ay? Mae Edna .?.wilder, when her friends ask her .about ber wonderful complexion and etiie improved appearance of her hands , ?and arra?. "Tou can do the same ..thing If you follow my advice," she .save. "I feel It my duty to tell every ?Ciri and woman what thia wonderful ?>re*c rip lion did for me. I never tire of telling other? Just what brought about such remarkable result?. Here )? the Identical prescription that re moved every defect from ray face, ?'ieck. hands and arm? Until you try c you can forni no Idea of the m?r vvlou? chana? It will make In Juat ' "ono application. Tbe prescription which you can prep-are at your own home U as follow?: Go to any grocery stA tat ten -cents' worth of ordinary oa'meal. and from any drug store a botti? Of Deiwilk). Prepare the oat meal as directed In every package of l'e. will? and apply night and morn Kt The first application will asto.i ?3S you. It makes the skin appear >pa rent, smooth and velvety. I especially recommend It for a ?allow skin, freckles, tan. sun ?pots, coarse 'pore?, rough skin, ruddiness, wrinkle?, aod. in fact, argry blemish tb? face. hand? and arm? are heir to. If your nack or cheat la discolored from ex pos?e, apply thi? combination there and the objectionable defect will dia appear. ft is absolutely harmless and ?will nor pro-lue-" or stimulate a growth 'ot Hair? No matter bow rough and . inly tn. hands and ann?. or ? boh ?-< they have it t.? ? lircotufb v. o-k and eAposuie to ?un a:td ?md, ihl? oatn.i?al-Derwillo comWna tioo wiU work a wonderful trans formation in 12 hour? at the most. Thoue.ir.de who have used it report toe same results I have bad." Miaa O. C. ?ays: "My complexion was poor and my skin rough. My deck, chest, hands and arms were dsrk from espoattre. Trm very flrst application of this wonderful Derwillo oatmeal combination convinced me that my poor complexion an?] &kin blemishes would soon be a thins of the paet. In a tear weeks all the??? unsightly defects had entirely dis appeared and I ^hall always use It to keep my complexion at its best all the time. I have recommended it to my girl friends and they are just aa enthusiastic over it as ? am. We all us? ? before going: to the theater, dances or parties^ and ita worderful what * difference it makes in our ap pearance." Mr? G ?. writes: "Oatmeal and Derwillo have worked miracle* with my complexion. I had many de spised wrinkles and a sallow, rough skin. My hands and arms were cov ered with freckles. After eight weeks' uee of Mae Edna Wilder'? wonderful complexion prescription these objec tionable defects have entirely van ished. 1 look ten yeara younger and a-?vise every girl and woman lo try it and ? feel confident after one or two applications they will use it con tinually and be just as favorably ?m pressed with It aj ? um. I recommend it to ail of my friends.'' !<-*>TE-T-? trrt th* N?* effect be ?we to to\ itam tb? orvinp?-?* dirt^j-on? ??tain?*d m a*try V*c**g* at Oerailla. You h*?e only to srt Der willo tnd <*?UB?a). ? -a o<3ed nothing (it*, ind t u an ?icnpk that anyoo? can up? it and ?o ieeoTtia^eair* that any flrt *0 a?p-.??? ctn afford it. The Qi.?n"'a-*t"ir*r*? .md druggi*-.?. in ? ?. fante?? that thertt ?ill "V ? u?oti?reai'lc iini?ro.?Tr**,nt ai*er th* lir-it ?goitcttion or Um-v nil] rei und ih?? money It M bM in thia ?dt* under a me.wr redimi (??ranta? irr ti! drujEgjfts. irvtndiug l'rooia. itrvg ?->?*? tad O l*au*tk* Drug ot?**g.-*<l<?. Flier Uninjured After 1,200-Foot FalL ? 3^20L2L This wasn't exactly the landing Lieut. V. C. Bishop of the Royal Flying Corps had contemplated j when he set out to do stunts in his seaplane over Vancouver, B. C , but he accepted it .in lieu of j anything more promising at the moment. Falling 1,200 feet, when his engine went "dead," Lieut. Bishop cime crashing through the housetop and fetched up in the bath tub o? the shattered residence, only a little the worse for his thrilling experience. His escape was miraculous. "It was the mest unconventional and disagreeable tub I ever took in my life," said the doughty lieutenant as he crawled out of the wreckage. HEAVY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT MAY NECESSITATE CHANGE Great Influx of Students May Cause Earlier] Class Hours?Board Passes on Appoint ments, Transfers, Etc. The great Influx ef ?fuient? today?! at public, ?chool? throughout th? DIs trlct will, no doubt, neceaaitste ? re adjustment in elftes h" ir?. In ?It prob ability ?orne period? will be? held us e?rly ?? S "r S:30 o'clock tn the morn Ini? Intensive course? for early gradua tlon have been taken advantage of by many ?tudent? subject to military ?ervir? ?nd those who de?lre to enter government w?r work.. <:t.s?e? an der regular ?chedule have been con tinued the ?ame a? usual for those students who desire them. At a mettine of the Roerd of Edn- - cation held Saturday in the Franklin | School a phamphli-t entitled. * Safe- ? guarding the Home Against Fire." | wa? adopted for use in the grade? on recommendation of the sui?erintend ent. Permission was also irranted to Dr. Glusak. representing the Zionist movement for the restoration of Pal ??stine, to use the auditorium of the Central High School on October 6 for a meeting open to the public. During the past few day? the fol lowing transfer?, resignation?, leave? of absence, promotion?, appointments nnd rhanges of name? have been passed on: '"?air?. Mary Wheatley. temporary teacher Fourth grade to permanent teacher Fourth grade, and from Morgan to Seaton: E. M. Qlbbon?, teacher from Third to Fourth grade at M?tt: D. D. Hutchlnw. ?. ?.. from I.ang?ton to I Steven?; R. A. Brown, ?. ?., from Stevens to L?ngsten: ?. O. Bates. ?. ?.. from Banneker to Reno; Louise Sewcll. ?. ?.. from Beno to Banne ker; L. H. Arnold, from Tenley to Killmore; Uura Thompson. Bowen to Tenley: R. G. Hazard, from Cleve land to Bowen; C. M. Allen, Thom son to Cleveland: ?. E. Crook. Brightwood Park to Thomson; I. R. Malloy. Takoma to Brlshtwoo.1 Park: M. L. Coon, J. Eaton to Takoma: C. P.. Dorrl?. Ketcham to J. Eaton: Gertrude Carpenter. Petworth to Ketcham; Amy T-angley. Bryan to Petworth; Ruby Nevlns, H. D. Cooke to Rrysn: Dorothy Laubaeh. Adams to Wallach; Mrs. M. W. Fendereon. Thomson to Adams; C. R. Knontr., Pierre to Thomsoi; A. H. Dufour, School Garden? to Tierce: V. M. Phillips, Ketcham to^Takoma; Mr.?. R. If. liaxaon, Takoma to Riii,htwoo<l Park; Catherine Wells, Bnshtwoixl Park to Pierce: R. E. McCathran. Pierce to Webster. R. M. Harrison. Webster to Henry; IT. R. Townsend, Monroe to Petworth; D. T.. Hoskirtson, Petworth to Takoma; J. I,. Molster, Seaton to Brooklanai: M. E. Sheads. Designate as Principili: I. E. Bellin ger, Dcnnison to Force; M H. I.lufiin. Tenley to Dcnnison: H. D. Riggles, R?ndle Highlands to Tenley: H. B. Kennedy, from Tenley to Hyde; ?. E. Murphy. Fillmore to Dennison; Cora McCarty. Foree to Killmore; M M. Gleaeon, DenniFon to Force; Agnes Harrington, third to fourth grade, at Corcoran: M. A. Aubright. flrst to third grade, at Corcoran: Dorothy Hellman. from Force t? Eaton; H. "W*. Merrlam. Adam? tn Force; Mrs. C L. Miller, Jackson tn Adams; K. V. "Waddey, Tenley t<i Jackson: S. T. Hart, Eaton to Addi son: F. *W. Jackson. Powell to Park View: Mr?. K. S. Outwater, Monroe to Powell: M. E. Robinson. Takoma to Moeroe; ?. B. Stefan, Wood burn to Takoma: C. L. Stack. Takoma to West: ?. E. Garrels, Bowen to Park View: J. E. Dyer. Park View to Petworth: ?- M. Short. H. D. Cook to Powell: C. C. Basaett, Congre?? Height? to Buchanan; M. C. Aitch e?on. Hubbard to Powell: M. S. Smith, fifth to sixth grade, at Thom son: A. L. Evans. J. F. Cook to Miner Normal: V. W. Dlshman. Phil lip? to J. F Cook; A. L. Costin. Am bush to Birney: A. V. Saunder. Blrney to Ambush: Julia Johnston, Pierce to Petworth: Mrs. M. W. Wells. Monroe to Cooke: F. C. Golds worthy, Wheatley to Monroe: Mar guerite Golze. Fillmore to In duatrlal Home; Mr?. M. F. Knowl den. Threlkeld to Fillmore: Mr?. C. H. William?. Morgan to Powell: j_? W. Reeve. Cooke to West: Mrs. S. A. Nourae, Powell to Cooke: H. B. Dill. Roe? to Powell; A. H. Ulk?, Brightwood Park to Ron; M. H. Trundle. Bryan to West; B. L. Haney. Van Ness to Hubbard: I. M. Minor, Landgon to Henry-Polk: I. M. Karpele?. Arthur to Henry-Polk; Mr?. I. V. "Flower?. Twining to Gales Mrs. F W. Walther. Cleveland to Hilton; Mr?, F. H. FitaGorald. Gage to Blake: Ma.-garet Keogh. Brook - land to Gage; R L? Mtson. Seaton to Brookland; L. J Hunt third to fourth In Seaton; I. I? Jordon. Hayes to Taylor- Mary Stewart. Kenilworth to Haye?; M. A. Murkenhaupt. Pierce to Kenilworth; I.. A. Knapp. Pierce to Webb: Edna Dixon. Kenilworth to Pierce; C. M. Crawlord. Taylor to Blair; C V. Johnston, Blair to Hayes M. L. Steele Wheatley to Ludlom . 1 E. Lewis. Pieiee to Webb; H. D. Hughes. Webb to Pierce; H. L. Mur ray, Peabody to Hilton; J. C. White. third to fourth grade at Edmonds: ?. O Smith, Buohanan to Maun?; K. E. Bohrer. Maury to Brent; L. B. Thorn. Peabodv to Maury; F. C. Car roll, Peabody to Wallach: M. T Gad <?'.J. Brent to Peub?>dy; a. v. Hasel!. Hilton to Brent, Al. G. Hesse. Cleve land to Hilton N. A. Dwyer. Webb to B^nt. C. A Caskey. fl??? Sr*rk to ?ixth crude at R?ndle Hie.hla.nd?: F. M H??; ??>.. Lenox to Randlo High land?; ? M. Ken. Tyler to Lenox: Mr?. M. M DeMar'-o. third to fourth trad? tn Tyler: ?'. U Franc. Van Buren to L?nOx. ? ? Steinte. Con cree? Heights 10 Van Buren: M. A. j Rick. Tyler to Bryan-, M V Littleton Orr to Tv 1er; G. K. Knaub. flint toi ?econd grade at Orr. N'. M. Trushelm, Congress Height? to Bryan. I' ???iBLM.llon?. Mr?. I K. Falconer, teacher tWr J | ?trad??, at Park View. M. 1*. Mudd. teacher tirst grade, at Weat ; Mr?. M. J. Eley, teacher third grad?. at| Emery: <;. it. S'vedd, teacher third, grade, at Cleveland; ?jail Maiioz. teacher i??urth grade, at Haye?: E. C. Grient, teacher flrat grade, at Maury; Pauline Mueden. teacher sixth strade, at I'rent C. O. Saundere. teachir ihird grade, at JefTcraon: Catherine Boyle, teacher fourth strade, at Bryan; E. C Magruder, teacher third ?trade, at Taylor: M. V. Griffiths. K. P.. at Blair; Mra. E. W. Foatcr. teacher third grade, at Blair; A. M. Richardson, teacher third grade, at "Woodburn; ?. M. Smallwood, teacher fourth grade: Leonora Merr.lt, teacher fifth grade, at Tower?; E. L. Santmyer, te?eher ?"'la??. ?>. manual training: R. E. '?aonienharh teaeher Cla?? ?, domestic science; (Tora | Rockenbaugh. teacher, School Car dans;; H. P. I*ev?'reaux. Class I, Cen-, irai High Sebo it: E. T. Minor, teach er Class 2, ?Slater. Leave? af Ataaraee. Grant leave of absence to the following: C. C. Guilford. teacher, class 2, war ?ervice; C. C Dunn, teacher, cla?? ". Manual Training, war service; Mildred Gordon, teacn er, class 3, domestic science, war aervice: M. L. Burke, teacher, clas? 3, drawing, war ?ervice; C. M. Rich ardson, teacher. Class 3. domestic science; Elsie Sanders, teacher, class fi-?. Central High: war serv ice: L. M. Heron, teacher, claa? 6-A, McKinley High; M. R. Smoot. teach er, first grade at Carbery: under provision? of Rule ?I3L to Mr.?. E. C. Shoemaker, teacher, class 2. at Hubbard: Mrs. ?. ? Cammell. teacher, class 2. at Van Ness: lira. M. H. Burrow's, teacher, class 4, at Corcoran; Mr.-. H. B. Hill. ?. ?., ?Wallach, 111 health; L. T. Brown, teacher, class 6-A, military service, H. I*. SatTord. teacher. 6-?. mili tary service; A. L. Leofton. ?. p.. at Payne, ill health: ?. M Quando!, Garnet Patterson Phelps, war work. Grant leave of absence for two years to Mrs. M. M. Greer; grant leave of absence during peri?.?l of war to Louise Worster. Promo! ???? Promote the following: ?; E. Church, teacher at Business High, from ?lass I to Class CA: ?. M. Moult. teacher at Easton High, from Class 5 to IA. The following high ?chool teachers arc promoted for superior work from Class 6A to Class 6B; G. J. Jone?. | Central High; A. S. Botkin. Central High; L V. Lanipson. C??ntral Hish; M. B. Merrill. Western High; A. M. Mi-Colm. Central High; \- J. Du Breull. Central High. Helen Gordon. Wilson Normal. A. J. Mason, from FnurtI: irade. Mott. to Fifth grt.de Garnet Patter son Phelpa; E. A. Savoy, from First grade to Third grade at Mott; C. S. Boyd. from K. A. to K. P. at Payne. ?. E. Sheads. Force to Industrial Home; C. M. Rucker, Fourth to Fifth in Hyde; K. L. Carroll. Fourth to Fifth grade at Corcoran; B. A Dove. Fourth to Fifth at Tenley; Mrs. R W. Glover. Hilton to Force; Blanche Street. First to Second at H. 15? rooke; Mary Mclntire, West to Wood burn; G. M. Womertlev. Brent to Pet worth; A. B. Burgdorf. Fourth to Fifth grade at Park View: Mrs. T. C. Pollock. Third to Fourth grade at Park View; E. L. Carney. First to Third grade at Park View; L. M. Brown. Fifth grade to Sixth grade In Powell, Mabel Wann. Third to Fourth ?in H. D. ?**ooke: M. E Duehay. | Fourth tn Fifth grade from Bright wood to Takoma; M. B. Ogden, Hil ton to Park View: ? M. Bug bee. First to Third grade. Gale? to Takoma; E. L. Maine. Third to Fourth grade in Brightwood Park: G. A. Sartwell. Langdon. Second to Third; B. G. McKenzie. Second to Third grade in Henry-Polk; M. M. O'Brien. Second to Third grade in Blake? C. M. Fuller, Fourth to Fifth grade in Seaton: Mr?. M. V. Beller. Flret to Third grade in Webb; B. L Tegeler. Fourth to Fifth ?rrade. Tay lor to Pierce: E. K. Schreiber, Fourth to Fifth grade. Ludlow tu Wheatley: Julhi MacTjoneld. First to Thlid grade, Webb to Wheatley: H. M. Young. First to Third grade. Hilton to Peabody; Evelyn Naylor, Second to Third grade in Maury; J. G. White, Third to Fourth grade in Edmond?; R. E. Dick. First to Third grade in Edmond?; E. V. Hamann, Fourth to Firth grade. Wallach to Peabody; C. McC. Geiger. Second to Third Grade in Hilton: ???. ? ? Aldi'idge. Fourth . to Fifth grade at Falrbiother; Maud Wl.lte. Third to Fourth graile in j F'alrbroilier. D. L. Beauregard. Second Ita Third grade at Fairhrnther: J. D. Golden. Second to Third graia ua Jefferson: H. M. Herfurth. Second to Third erade in Van Ne??; E. M. Klina? hanse. Fir?t to Third grade tn Green leaf: G?. ?. Cooper. Fourth to Fifth grade. R?ndle Highland?; E Moore, Fourth to Fifth grade. Tyler to Bryan M. D. Reed. Second to Third Grade in Tyler; ?. M. White. Fourth to Fifth grade. Bryan to Congress Heights: Margaret Moore. Second to Third grade. Congrasea Height?; Mr?. M. M. Henry. Congrajs? Heiiiht? to Bryan: F. D. Egbert, Fourth to Fifth grade in Thomson. Appolatmeat?. Rosv Furr. clerk clas? 4. at East ern High; J. L. M?r?hall. clerk clase 4.* at Central High; Robert Lr*. labor??r, at school gardens; J. G. Lockwood, teaeher, <:la?? 6A. at Bus iness High; N. V. Johnson, t-acher. class 2. at Slater; Mr?. ?. ? Mitchell, temporarily teacher, see mid grade, at Arthur: S. R- Craig hil!. principal, permanently, at Ab bott: Mrs. E. W. Ely. temporarily, at Peabody; Marea Scott, tea. h t. r?as? 1, School Gardena (c): M. N. l.'-max. temporarily teacher, eia?? 1. fc-hool Garden? (c); G. E. Tirnor. probationary teacher, class ?. at Mott: Mrs. ?. B. Burke, temporarily teacher, clas? !. at Garnet Patter sun Phelp?; L. M. Lucas, probation- ! ary. K. A. at Payne: Mr?. R B. j l?ranliam, teacher. cla?e fiA, at Cen tral High: M. C. MacFarlsnd. teacn- I er. eia?? 3. at H. D. Cooke: H. W. Whitman. ?. ?.. at Ketcham: ?. E. Sipple. K. ? . at Monroe; M. R. Hick man, K. A . at Eck Ington: Gene Her bert, K. A-, at Congres? Height?; May Lowell. ?. ?. at Seaton: Ava McGuiie. teacher, fourth grade, at Tenley; A. B. Zebley, teaeher. fourth grade, at Tenley; Margaret Mitchell, teacher. flr?t grade, mt Corcoran: A. N. Bruce, teaeher, third grade, at Tenley: D. S. Heron, teacher, second grade, at Eaton; M. L Cotter, teach er, flrst grade, at Threlkeld; Mar garet Magruder. fourth grade, at E. V. Brown; Mrs. M. C. Squire, teach er, fourth grade, at Park View; J. C. Coetello. teacher, third grade. at Park View; H. C. Ma?Coy, teacher, third grade, at Morgan: L. J. Miller, teacher, third grade, at Brightwood Park; K. E. Love, teacher, second grade, at Langdon: M. M. McAteer. teacher, second grade, at Langdon: A. T. Clarke, teacher, ?econd graoe, at Eck ington: M. M. Meliek. teacher, flrst grade, at Gage; A. F Maitland. teacher, ?erond grade, at Blake: Mr?. M ? Savage, teacher, flrst grade, at Arthur; R. S. Earle. teacher, flrat grade at Arthur; Mr?. A. R. Gibaon. leacher. flrat grade at Langdon: M. E. Wheatley, teacher, third grade at Seaton; F. I? Robinson, teacher flrst grade at Seaton; Mr?. H. C. Winter, leacher. flr?t grade at Seaton: M. F. Ockershausen, teacher, ?econd at Sea ion: M. O. Kiser. teacher, fourth grade at Taylor; Eloise Tebhs.. teacher, ?econd grade at Kenilworth; M. t? Eran?, teacher, fourth grade at Blair. M. E. Walcott. teacher, flrst grade at pierce; L M. ?."lark, leacher. second grade at Wheailey; M. M. Bray, teaeher. fourth grade at Webb; Mr?. A. S King, teacher, first ??rade at Dent; Mr?. K. L. Hutchln son. teacher, second grade at Maury; A. I,. Hutchinson. teacher. flr?t grade at Edmond?; D. C. Smoot. tea. her. flret grade at Hilton; E. L Kirby. teacher, third grade at Carbeiy: R. A. Strnbcl, teacher, se.-ond gr.i?|e at Fairbrother; V. M. MlchoUe. lea.her. first grade at Weightman: Anna Mur ray, teacher, second grade at Bryan; M. C. Peacock, teacher. Bral grade at Congress Heights: B. M. Peacock, teacher, second grade at Congres? Heights: E. L Crump, teacher, ihled giade nt Hubbard: Mrs H McC. Bond. K. A. at Twining. Il P. Wise, temporarily, teacher, second grade at Cleveland: E. A Hanft. teacher, third grade at Cleveland. Change? ef \ ???. ? V B. Perkinson, Johnson ?-Vhool to V. ? Wiesen: M. E. Ester. Ketcham School to Mrs. ?. E. Cook; E. A. Kohl, Monroe School to Mrs. Elixa licth Draper. M. A. D. Madre. Love joy School to Mr?. M. M Marshall: R. T. Gordon. Slater School to Mr?. R G. Savoy; Blanche Butler. Mont gomery School to Mrs. B. B. Clarke. LAWYER OR TEACHER CAN GET COMMISSION Are Desired as Instructors for Mo tor Transport Corps. Lawyers and teachers, of mature age. are afforded an imm?diat' op portunity to earn commissione in the army by the newly organized Motor Traneport Corp?. They will be pre ferred in a call. Ju?t iesued for 300 men. to qualify a? instructors in ten training schools to be opened by the corps at th? various army camp?; in addition to these now in operation. The plan Is to train a force of 120.000 men In the work of keeping Gen. Pershing'? fighting men at the front properly and abundatly sup plied with munitions The chief in structors will be veteran? of the corps who have seen overseas serv ie?. They require assistants who will not be required to qualify in technical line? and w-ho upon the completion of a two months' intensive course of instruction will be commissioned, with a very good chance of seeing service in France. 'OLDS Head or cImm? ar? bwt trawud "?xMrnsJly"? SCvnO"^??* NEW PRICES-.*)^ *Oc $1.20 TWO CAPITALS LOCATED HERE Czechoslovak Government Seat in the District of (Columbia. This one time resstful and repose ful old city awakened ts, find that the war, which had turned thins? topay-turvy all around, had given it a new thrllL For Wa?hlngton learned, an* learned officially to boot, that in addition to being the ??at of gov ernment for the United State? of America it was also the capital of another country, thouaun?!? of miles away. Thl? ?tate of affairs was brought about by our recognition of tbe Cxechn-Slovak? as a nation and offering them the official hand of our friendship. Tr.e government of th? Cx*cho Rlovak. i? vested in the National Council and the head of tha No tional ?Council 1? Prof. T. O. Maaaryk. who 1? here Th.r.for? the capital of the Cxerho-Slovak? I? a modest apartment ln tha northwest ?? of Washington, where Prof. Mi? ?aryk make? hi? horn?. Thl? a ' . ."in 1? perhap? without an equal ln hutory Seat? of gov ernment have been changed before ln war, but never ha? the canter of a governments activity batten whisk ed acro*? ah ocean, out of the maeutrom of battle <u*.d oloodshed and into a normally prosaic and well-?et-up town like Washington The situation Is. however, a tri bute to tha ?""etacho- Slovak? and Prof. Masaryk. their leader. It ?howa how the United Slates re gards a brave people, who have maintained their bravery and their nationality ln face of th? terrorism snd oppression that have been their unhappy lot. Tk rullava tZmemm* Told. When the history, of the war Is written romanticists win or should, be satisfied with the detail? of the ?scape, tha fighting and the r cognition of the Cxechs, as they form one of the fascinating chap ters of the great conflict. And when the natve Cxecho-Slov ,? ?its down to write the story of b?> country'? struggle for lndepend? ? e he will find in Prof. Masaryk all ihe necessary attribute? of an Am?:.? a:. President up until the time log cabins went out of ?tvle. Prof. Masaryk. the leader of the new nation and the foremost Sla vonic student in th? world, starred life as a blacksmith's apprentice? what more could a historian d?-v?r??? Up to the time of his flight from Auf tris when he declared for the cause of the allies, he waa recognized as the true democratic leader la ?he affairs of the dual empire, ?nd ?nice his escape he has collected the scat tered threads of his countrymen all over the earth, brought th-vi Into being again, directed armies in T: . sia and Siberia, and i? ic?. for the r?cognition of the people who ? call him their "little father" by the United Statea, Great Britain. France and Italy. FRENCHMEN ON BREAD RATION _ Wheat Shortage Results in Apportioning Small Quan tities to People. France haa had her ?rar bread dola?* out In ?mall fixed ausatiti?? for more than ?ix month?, for ?inoe January. UI'. France ha? be*n on a bread ration Long before thi? ai?ie. bow ever, owing to the ?laming and con n-ant decrease of (?real ?uppliee two btesd tallonine ?.stems had been worked out and the dates ?et for theli enlon. inent. But neither one ever becsme <Acclive exoarpt in one or two commune., ' Under the present system no ticket? I ar? required for bread ?erved in res taurants, but the reauurai'ts axe al lowed to ?erre only SS ounce? per meal Although almost from tbe flrst year of the war the price of bread ?oared in England the price wa? kept aio-aro t6 the pravwit average for the Frenen houtewif? until the first of thi? yasar. Tht? wa? don? by the French supply commiMlon whleb bos-? all foreign wh?at and re-?ells It to the depart ment? In need of it Between May and the end of De cember. IMS. thi? oommlawlon bought whasat at a prie? much higher than that charged the consumer, th? loss being borne by ihe state Th. housewlf? was paying th? equivalent of 1? ? cents In April. 1817. for a loaf of bread weighing four pound? ?i? ounce?, whil* tn England a lost weighing four pound? cost the a-ajulv aW.t of J0.? cent*. The wheat crop for Wl. however, wa? so far below normal tbst the eorrmission found lt?ailf unable to meet the defleit between the <??' of the increa?ed amounts of foreign wheat and the pre-war ?el ling ??t-e The leeult was that tbe French house wife now pay? a price beyond the pre war level f< r her bread. COTTON INTERESTS URGE FREE MARKET Southern Grower:? Oppo?e Price Fixing Policy. Selline cotton at 3? cents a po md t? buy it back t S?> ? pound U <-onsid eree most ur, nr by irte cotton ?row er?, accordine to E. A Cftlvm, -..?pre sentine l hem bv? Cotton crower* are concerned over tha prie* fixing for cotton proposed hv th? War In duatrlea Board, nrroMrng to Mr. Cal vin, and protetta from the South .ar rive dally. "Cotton production for th* past four ?eaaonF has basa far below normal" saia Mr. Calvin, 'arid haa resulted in materially reducing the worM s sur plis?. Still the supply ta ampi'1 to cover the worlds needi. and there is no occasion for hysteria at this time | "The grow??'- plantai to make about ? fifteen or sixteen million bales to avoid shortage Condition? ha*e cut the totas a fourth, but the expense haa heen on the planting basis" ?/ENUS VPBKILS YOO ?tm'i w b 11 ? e s c ? 1 tmftam m mtms? m?trmtt?\'rasrT?> For e?? ike?cttcg, or ?i r ? a f fc t : r J , *" cboo?e |re?? t-hej?e 17 tupert? bock terrees rsortee? Soft b&-5B-??--4l?. 3B-ZB MessV.virn B-HB-F-K Hard 2H-3H??rH-5H Ver? Kurt) bR-m?????H VENUS* are bec for every pu?ose 25c Offer SEKT) 55c in stair.ra? for 4 trial aanipieas. After ?rou And bow perfect they are. boy VENUS' rtif-iilarjy ol ' your deal??. AjB?i?-ri?c?faBB Pendi Co tt? l*Vtas A. asms. h-? ??\ ?* ._' COLORED REGISTRANT* CELEBRATE FREEDOM, Emancipation Day Mat? Meet Ranneri Tonight Emancipation Dsv will be aelebra bv the oolora?d population of tb? ? tonight ?nth s gia-sT maaa aTeeetitavf the Cosmopoiitsn Bapust Churcah. ?tre-et. between Ninth anal Tamthl northwest. Dr. Simon ? W. Drew, paatajsr ef th? church ?vil: be the? speaker a od the ?ubteet will be 'Should Prasssssdeal Wilson ?G*??:?? < olor** Colonels atti ?.enersls 10 Leead the C<jeex??d Troop? ' The meeting 1? under th? auepicves of the Nationsi Evarigatlaatti Minister?' AUianoe of America, tb? While Croas Free Kmplovwsesj? am reau of America sod the H??*i?ler*ion Civil Rights lxsagv? of Ara-seric?. We Wu? tins war? - ?>~* - ?w -.;I ?k?pg else really rrrttim until wc do ! Tim Flaut Um u.