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? A few dollars each week added to your income at rental for that ! furnished room?and you can invest that much more in war securities. :_? 1 HERALD WANT ADS In*eMain33Q0K:raUWafl1 AdDepartmen1 \ Published every day tn tbe year oy The Washington Harald Corn sany at 42S-4?0 "Elerantb ?tr*?t. ?aVa?hina-ta>a. D. C. __ ? Telephon? Excharie? ? Call Main 1100 (For ela??iaa?d ady?rtl??rQ*ot? uk for Br?nch 1). -_- ? Member Audit Bureau of Circula tion. CLASSIFIED RATES Wanted ??*?.. ONE CENT A WORD Wanud aalnwUaB?.. Wanted Bum aad Board. G-* Beat Rooaaa..-. Wuud Mlacellaneoaa....... ftr Sele Minim-iii Chart*, a?) Um ?ad temmt. foer ?mm ar law. oo? Uree. Se Saia? vs. -ila. coawrqtfee tttn??. I?t. all ???'? ? ?.?..?. ?i|..na Por Lino-? ,0a? ..............l?an?? ? twee ctuwjaiimlr.-n ???? | tune III?ailllHll.aMaMaaaaJj ???? r ui .???1*3._^?-? msmp ? or men 'ina? conaaeutirelj.r onta Mjueajw two Ima?. rOREIG!? BEPRBSE?ITATIVKS TMn U. C BBOKWITH SPECIAL AGENCY .-toa? Tort OtBc?.-.-Trlb.ua. B'.?i?. oaioaio ce?.^??; l$i Detroit O?ce.-.....? ar?wd BUS. Jt. Lost? 0?W . Third ??a??.1 K?"' t."a HELP WANTED-MALL CARPENTERS FOR GOVERNMENT CANTON ment construction at Camp L^ch, American University; Enlist ed Men's Barracks. Potomac Park, Boiling Field, Anacostia. D. C. Meet truck every morning. 6:45 m. at 6th and ? sts. nw. or apply WELLER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. Inc ela 14th st. nw. LOEWS PALACE THEATER Thirteenth and F sts. ?Experienced carpenters wanted'in erecting fine front; working 12 hours a day. Apply NEW THEA TER. 13th and F sts. se22-3t TILL YOCK BOT ABOUT ???? : BOTS. L sou can auk? ?ood money ae'lin? The BoyV ? Miei tine; nnte u?u?y for ?r? ecapi??; leed no money THE BOYS MAGAZINE, Dept. A-l?, [.??metuport. Pi. s-r-t WANTED?WHITE MEN ?? UELfESW ON loe ?Tcaun wagon?: ?ood reliable men; ?ood 1er for the tight kind. Aleo colored men ?? 1-abnrm; fyxl pay to ?ateadr men. 'Apply THE CARRY IO* CREAM CO.. 13Jr-?l DK.ee. ? ai a AS EXPERIENCED SPECIALTY ADVEB tiaing aolidtec can make ?ood mooaay tn onm m.^ion by working pert or ?11 of the time. Ad ? Irea? BOS 36, Herald office. aeanf A MAN WITH *J1IE EXPERIENCE AND A knowledge of bookkeecane, for ? position in ? reel estate offic* JAMES G. SHEA, 643 La. ?re. nw. aeU-Tt A YOINO MAN OR BOY OVEE :? YEARS of axe to collect rente In ? reel ?tate office. JAMES F. SHEA. ?HJ La. afe. nw. aelcV7t WANTED?MEN TO LLARN THE most essential industry at the present time. Schools are now being formed 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. P. C_sel5-tf BOT WITH BICYCLE TO SERVE HE8ALD is Cleveland Perk section; $1150 per month er mor? on oommiaeion ba?*. Apply C1H i ?JCLATION MANAGER, HeraJd office. ?eaVtf SEVERAL GOOD~BOYS WANTED to deliver The Herald; $8 to $10 ?rer month; can make extra money tollecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne. _?ef-tf LABORERS FOR WAREHOUSE work; $4.18 per day. Apply to Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL? WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye sts. ne._tf SHEET WRITERS FROM 7 A. M. to 10 A. M.; 35c per hour. Ap ply Delivery Department AMERI CAN RAILWAY EXPRESS, Second and H sts. ne. au 17-tf WANTED - BBAKEMEN F5? POTOMAC yard, I? oast? paw boair; ileo ear repairmen. lactitwWi, nelpne, carpenter?, freight bank? men. fliemam and other occupation? ?t renoue POiaU. Pennaolrania Railroad. Apply va New Jeraww ???? ae_ atrrlaVtf EIGHTH GSAD?, OB HIGH SCHOOL BOY ?? man????? aad elerk. Applj CMCXLA TIOV DEPT., Heri.'d nTlee ' WA.NTBD-nOT TO SEM VE HERA LU rene AoMj Mr COCRTNET, S G at. nw _? H.ALT! 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 HELP WANTED?MALE. HELP WANTED?MALE THE WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELECTRIC CO. Have Positions Open tor Good Men Either within or ABOVE THE DRAFT AGE as Conductors or Motormen "ESSENTIAL WORK"?GOOD PAY Our new wage scale 1, as follows: First three months of ?ervice. . 43 cent? per hour. Next nine months.46 cents per hour. Thereafter .48 cent? per hour. APPLY ANY MORNING THIS WEEK Between the hours of 9 ?. m. and 12 ra. (noon). WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELECTRIC CO. INSTRUCTION DEP/VRTMENT. 14th and East Capitol Streets. WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS $4.18 Per Day. Apply to the Timekeeper, AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye sts. ne. 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 way Express, 2nd and H sts. ne. tf THE CAPITAL TRACTION COMPANY' has peieationa for UBCBAlsTICS ami LABOR ERS oa ar r?l??ir? lot main ataops aasd dialsaja car barns. Miasest rsjl?r?T ??orli Id Waah;D?l.v? 1. rlsM.d bj Um fosermzieiit as EfcSLNTlAL emplos-nient AttraarB?. wat?? and fre. txansapertaUcaB ?ssast rar lines. Apply to MASTER MECHANIC a? ?tiotsa. S at !?. is. au*tt GOOD ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO H. E. SMITH. 603 C st, sw, tf. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. Girls ?Over sixteen for caramel wrap ping and packing room. Apply at once. The Fruit & Nut Shop 1231 G it. nw. se22-3t WANTED-TEN? ACTIVE WOMEN TO WOKK is pnctim otic; nod sBageav. HAY WORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE, ea O st nw. _ BVtg-?t WANTEUb-TELEPHONE OPERATOR. AP plj MAJtAGER Dew.j Hotel, 1330 L st nw. ?ve-a-K A LADT ????? A KNO*VLEDGE ?G aWaassS I kesrpi?i foc s clsrical ptsaitian its s rv-al est.ts office. ? JAMES P. SHEA. ?i?* La. ase. nw. stlaVTt WANTED?YOUNG LADY FOR ckrjca] work ????1?? ?:,,..; knowl edge of bookkeeping. Apply Mr. EASTMENT. Herald Office. ROOMS AND BOARD. LIMITED NIMBER OF CURGrT, DES1BA bln morni, vr.th. tond, ?boat October I ; ??xCr*.l>Dt irrritTe, home eoanngi norttiwett; 3B minute? ??Ut from Tmsury; nfererxcte; C5 ind $30 eech rot aeeg, ; ample to room. Ad dreej BOX M. Herald offlo?, or *ttar Oc tu:<ber 1. ph<*ie W-1579. seS-3t WANTED?ROOM AND BOARD. REFINED COUPLE DESIRES ROOM AND bo*rd; oentnllT located. Addrea? "H." B.**> tld office._ *a\t-tt FOR SALE OR RENT?HOUSES. SIX-ROOM RESIDENCE, ?PORT' MICK. H-agbta, wtttr, irait, uu-den, ?treet car *en ice. g*T*gg; ??ti? ?M.710, etmy tenni; rent HO month. Writ* BOX ?3?6, Herild oi?ce. **2r?t. LOST. LOST-CAMEO PIN SURROUNDED B? rasarla is down town ?sjction: reward If re ?virnod to Mr?. STUtETER, 1310 L st. nw., ot call Franklin ?st._ eell-lt pAJTtS? ???t-G???5? ???????~??G tenti aad union of B. A. Dose. Rattan to E. R. D06M. UN Ps. ???. nw? Rens ???, ?va?i rsjCBhs. rewird. ?2Z-ii WILL THE-MAN WHO OOT OtT~ ??? Lincoln Park ear at Fourth and Ease Capitol ?'r~?a Stinda? ?asaming .* about 6:jl) aad took lads'? trip by mistake, plesvae return aajev. to '.JT "?Jeveiith ?treet ryartbessst and recanse re> ?ir:_ seg'? ___ BUSINESS CHANCES. StSINEejS "EARNING <H0 PER ?eVEERT; ?-beset hour?; essential work il sou ba?. dev? fs-iTs-d eUaMalcsclon ; osrner in Class 1-A ; ess b? cavia lor ?rom esun.ngs. BOX 317 Barsald stflo?. ,-.?. N?tWSPAf?jrTratTX~?N^B.-5T~m*Tl?3!?< ot citjr, ?earning? SISO per month; present o?Ttt ? ?-oliaStaVrU. ? service; resaaonable tasrms. Ap? plj CIRCULATION MANAGER. Herald St. ac'- _ aal*t? WANTED TO BUT. WILL CL?LX I? Mr CNIXTTIHID ACTO BesMat. dtj OT suburbsui. and paa son blihea? pa-vcsas lot ladle? . saemltmen'.. ch?drens di? osrded c'athltaf, o( all dosciiptioue Adtlraas. grvavt.i or phone I will ??ai. E BICE. Ils? TU _ MONEY TO^LOAiY_ KJOMM TO LOA? Of? APPROVED CITI rasai ??-.te st losses?? enrrsvct rate?; aapeciaj rii-l-riteajv?? with rfaspeait to pai-* tsayvnerit? T?LER A Rl'THEBrOBD. Ine. ?17 UU ?t. ti REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Police Department.Main 4000 Fire Department.Main 6000 Department of Justice.Main 196 U. S. Secret Service (night).Giambia 3396 U. S. Secret Set-rice (day)..(.Main 6400 U. S. ImU. . .Main 2854 AUTOMOBILES Washington Auto Exchange Automobile?? Tir??, Accessori??, liepmlr?, l'rti.-k?, Trailer?? 8tor aaja* Taxi?, Auto Gi???. Ga rage*, Batterie?, Ete. AUTO EXCHANGE. 3-Ton Truck for Hire. (WE WEEK OR LONGER WITH DRIVER. ADDRESS BOX 303. WASHINGTON HERALD. 12-tf USED CARS. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. aa ? Broad at., PtOladrlphia. Pa. I.m care te aelea* from-UH. l?rr, ISIS | modela, in all make?, ?30 tip. Catalogue free on requeaf. ?i?.'?..D.B.3.3.?o TIRES. 1,000 mile tmarantee in toliowing ?are onlj JtliJH . 01.M NATIONAL ACTO 8CPPLY CO.. ? Masa AUTO REPAIRS. ?You Are Satis-fled? WImc yon hmra bad an expert ?uto mechanic [ examine and impair tout car. We tore ont only I faXitttctory work, therefore our larga patronage ? General tuto re-peinng. .Ml make?. The D, & P. Auto Repair Shop. 1*3 L> ?t. at lfch. hone Franklin WX ANY SERVICE, ANT TlMfc. AMT FLAl't* Auw? o* anj make and ace repaired or rebuilt. TtX(U fixed while you wait. Storage. KUtt BOY MACHET. 513 lOtb it. r?. Lincoln 23?. AUTO ACCESSORIES. OAE OWNERS NOI. ONLY FIND OCR location cor teniett. but I ui long experience with auto? ia of great ?lue t? the thousands we serre. Are we ?erring your csrl Full stock accessori-"?, oils, greases, etc. Central Auto Supply Co. lflM Pt. st?. Main G? REAL ESTATE. Careful Investments Uf mouej In Firs' Deeds g% Trust (First Meri gagts) nn Wsibinelon. i> C, Real Estait si ways fire the full interest promis?-! end tbe retarti of all tbe principle due, regardless ol the Tsryiog incomes and itl-aee of trtber ???cor* ti-ea \W bare been eucc v.; ::?, .engaged in raahirg these inrsstmeuta fot our cU.t.u tor mure Uiau * -l^artrr of a ceatury lotest ,,-iti, J?O. W? to $10.Oto, at ? prr cent oo? t*A" for del:.*Tj. Large .nreaunenta mad?. WM. H. SAUNDERS u CO., Southern Building. 807 15th St. FARSI; ?? ACKJU?; ?S00 APPI.? ORCHARD: 7 room bonte; naual larm I . ? p.. for lew prise 11,90 tuet It dealrtxl Owner C. J. DOLAN. Ceciati!, Vt. _ ae?-lt CAB? JOHN P-?RkT ATTSAOTHS SCBl'RBAN HOMI8 J ?. TOULINS-S-1 S? ?? BLDO. it. IM Su new houaee .od launealowi r.ad? foa in au?-anion. tl.tm> to B.*?. ta?? t.rma. .1 FOR SALE?HOUSES. FOB SALE Dellgbtful Waahinrloe Btifbta. Near lith and Kalorama ate, t room?, tint batb. Hot-water beat, wide lot. Price. ?SOt?. ??1t eta? certi. Full ooauoiaalon to broken. FOB RAI.E Near leth and Laniont ?treet?. I etotiea. ft i-ooma and batb. Near 5X >?> reeidenoee. Price, aCD). 0?!j G50 eaaah. R W. BEALL, UBI Nev York a??, nw. Call ?lain UDO. Call Beeidence, Columbia It?. telili FOB ?AL? - FOl'B-BOOJl BUNGALOW; three I. ta, Jl [eet front 110 feat deep; one care fare. Three lota will aell fir caab 1800; one car fare. M. G. WEEK?. Urn UH at. ae., after 7 p. tt*_leSHt FOR SALE?SUBURBAN. STBURBAX-FOR SALE BY OWNKB (drafted in arm.) brick and tile taung.'ow; hardwood floor?; two tile bath?, etc.. cara?.; ?ardan. Price ?G.0?0. 0?11 Roatrn ?il eaalMt MOyiNGj_PACKING, STORING, j SMITH'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE. CO. NORTH 1341. N. 1J43., N. 3314. Nlifht or Holi day. Franklin S911. LONG-DISTANCE MOVING. SAFETY FIRST. ABHOLOTatt/T ? Ulixil ?TOBAOaV Boon?, e and a p. Moria? tmt I'a.ain? UNITED ?TATE? BTOBAOB CO. 41?.? ?utL ? nw. Pbonee M <Z5 and Frana!? MS. U MOVING We foralsh large padded fane snd careful mm ! to handle r iii gooda. PACKEJt? of furniture, i-anoe, cuita. br.c a ; tarne, etc Experienced nm onlj. SI111T1M. to sii parts of the workd, 8TOBAGE fas h-inutx-e, piano?, and bonee bold gooda. KRTEG'S EXPRESS BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. WINDOW SCREENS AND S?ADEH. WINDOW BBADBa MADE TO iiKDUt. Beat Opaque on H. H. Rollen. J. U. PRIINKERT. 'la H a. it. Phone I. 4:3 t.-xS FOR SALE?FURNITURE. CASH t-" ??. CASH credit rurniture credit HOPWOOD'S Popular Price Furniture and Stov? Str.ro. *th ?nd K Sts. N. W. PERSONALS. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 YEARS ST?-mS? Ner-fous and Special Dl aee ? e s of Men and Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer Prom Catarrh, Obesity, Rbetnatism, ?.'??nani* Uon. Piles, Throat, Lungs. Brain, Heart, Blood sod 6kin diseases, Nerroua Debility, Kidney Disease?, Bladda Trouble. Specific Blood Poi soning, Eruptions, L'Idre, and AU tMrat? Dis eases Cured for Ufe by 6afe Methode. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room for Ladiei Office Hours, 10 to 1, 3 tn A Sundays. 1* to li. MANY DID NOT AaPPBECTATK THB GOOD offen that wa could make tor man's worn clothing, shoes, etc. snd they sold then to out oi tha way dealer? who would be ?hocked to dealth to har? their first offer accepted. So do the bast and shako the irst Pbon* us? JCSTH'S OLD STAND, W D. se?lt SPECIAL NOTICES. STOCKHOLDER O? THE BLACK DIA mond Oli Co . e ?^riJiTratiOD organized tiad? r th* ... ws ot the Diatrlct of C< .?.ui.r-?J. *J* berebv ootlflttd tha? a ?pei-Ul iue?un? of tbe ?to^holder? will be held at 2? Wand?? ?uiU inf. WutU'tfton, D, C, oa tha ?>*>?- ^j> ??? Septe-mber. li*.A at 10 a. m. for the ?\.??*a* of taking action reifardu-g tha dl-i>#itAyi. of tb? rrcparty ?-?f the Black Diamend ?Oil Co.. tH* ?romptni'fe tootiled tadebt?y1*.e?ta tr.A any and ail matten that ma ? c me heft-? a *> -.li. ,'nhn mearting JOHN O. HEFTUS. WM- A. OTTO and J. m METTLE?. Trust??? nU,Q PROPOSALS. OmCS OF THE rOMMISKIOSERS, D. C Wn?hirctnri, D. C . .*M-pt*wb?r It, 19L1 gemlrd propLOtl* will be rert-iTed at thl? ottica, Moon 51L U**-.ct bJ::;;^ uoul TUO O CLOCK P. ?.. O-etftiiw-T li. m*, tut t\imi*hing aod d* litering two t: ?? ?' -*a fear ?- PBihu*a> it?, ??.?? ical aud hoto ?unos, one aerial book and ?Ad der, .pd thru? lire ?-nginea, ail muLor ?fli-lv??, for use in tb? Fir? Dei>?rtnuat, D. C. Speda ratton? and form of pr??f>oaal may b? otiuliud upon application to tho Pui-chMing 0!*_*t, D. C RoO? 320, I"h*iru-: Bu;.??r..' G". - BROWNLOW, JOHN O. D. KMGB?, Vi GW?NN G-UtDlNER, Coixmagaooei*. D. a .MM Office of Qnartermatrer G-menl. 10? laat 14th at. N?vw York City. Seil?d r-rt>poeal* te ?t.;?:. -et* will '?? re?lrird her? until 11 ? m*.. October 1, tt?, for .(.?.uf ??i'?r.it* offioM?' .-..,'.?p?. epesfltfloatiotA? ao4 propoM. .* *? (bu-D.i'i.? at ui -e of L?not Qiistitatrmaater or at It? Gait leUt ac. New Tork at/. M23-K ' REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.. W? build to order any else refrl^^rator or coollnc room. 611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757. WANTED?TYPEWRITING. STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST. EMPl^OTBD, D-D ?ire? work orenuigB 7 to 11. Either at horn* or office. Tdepiiotie ???a??? Ite, mir*. Jobo sOD. *aZ\-3t. PETS FOR SALE. GOLOribB, PABKOT8. DOGS. SINGING canarie?, caned goat'a Bulk, atad ?axidmny la all hranch?-?. SCHMID'S PET EMPORIUM. :i: :2th at. nw. ??;. ?o DINING ROOMS. ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE. 12th and E N.W. m^jfiSi-Z Dining-rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen. Popular Pricej. EDUCATIONAL. Georgetown University The L.avv School. Session of 1918-1919 begins October 1. 1118, at 6:30 p. ra. Secretary's office open daily from S ? in. to 5'30 p. ra. for registration and consultation. HUGH J. FEGAN. ?. ?.. LL. R, Ph. D? Secretary. Georgetown Law School Building. 606 ? St. X. W. Telephon? M. 7293 ACCOUNTANCY pepare? rou for destable poMtiou. PALL CLASSES KOW FORMING. Call, wrue or phone for BofAl?t H. PACE INSTITUTE UM G ?t nw._Maiv ' ?: National Cathedral Stiiool. WtxM?:?-? road and WisasrerMo ???spue Situated ?mois. its. CattMdrsJ Ctoeve. A Boarding and Day School for Girls. N*LQ.teeDth Year. Be ;<rj for KesudeD? PtirslJs October 2. J1? and H? Ott Pupils (HHober 1, .r.?.. TeiepboD. Ceeveiavad eSS. OUR SPECIAL SHORT COURSES TTPtKBITING-aluiCB?. rt-s-illts tr? ???I orlginsl Card M '..m. Ccmivietasi in froo? fcur to rats aa-eeka. DailT. ? to 1 Evenln*. S to ? and ? to a ?V. fornlsb Ire. book? and ?upplle. for thes?. Coni-??. STEN'X?BAPHT-GRSGG, PITMAN, and GRAHAM, ry ?ariajlnal meth?vd?. B19INS?S BRANiailij. CIVIL SERVICI* COCRSBb. The ??!!]? ach vol In th. CAT having a fca-vnssr rivil -?ervic. .xaminar coachir-s" 1er ?xaauns '' I NI>1 VIDUAL INSTBTlTIONS. THE DRILLERY. U00 X. Y. Are. ? If That Rookie from the 13th Squad. By p. l. crosby IH Off OF FOR Lite i NW YOUR WAY I'LL CO M -? CT? ?-*?.-? on \\ ? ? ? r?fEC.TOMMY. I DIDN'T \r Ae4tuL? [i?%L^13TT.il/iMni ^^-^ G ? WOULDN'T WANT ?*?.?ft* ^ WHAT ISAID* IM50RRY-7\ | N0 ?e??6?? f4n DQJge_Yip?, ?o qpY, honcjt. m--_-??___v l V EDUCATIONAL. ST. ALBANS ??? Kaaio?al (5ttbe<lTel School fer Bon ?Jawntrr Oar ase Boert?c? School Keopeee Vt'edneaKlar. eept.mber S, 1911 BlftHOt* of mkeuinoftv?. ; ? a. -f tt ? .- -. ot Tn.?ta>ea. WILLIAM W CHURCH. Bea? Maater. T.lerlvaee Ckeelanat iTD art??? STAHSTICS MECHANICAL DRAWING ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING To meet the needs of tha go*?vMnt for Baa and warnen trained fn special technical Itoee. ciasssa at night tars bean ?tracked ta the above subjects. G*orge Washington University 30? U st. nw., phooe We;t 1619. se3 7l George Washington University. Chartered ky Congres*. isT?. 0?-EDCCATI0NA1.. OoU-sge Tear Begins September X. arts snd Science, Engineering, Education. Medicine, Dentistry, Lsw, Pharmacy, Veter inary M edJ ana. F?ll day worses snd lata afternoou counts. Abort i-e-recty-f-lT?? classes ln all collets snd engineering subjects meet st 1:10 and ? p. m. BTt'DCNT?' AEMT TBA INI KG COB PS. CsUlogUM aad other icf.'nnatioo st 209 G st Telephone Weet WA George Washington University Law School OO EDtCATIONAU Begint 54th Year Sept. 25. 1918 Member \taocit tic a of Amencia La ? Schools. Strict standards, select studect bod). , Instruction by most spprered asethoda. Special > classes for employed studenta. Students' .Army Training Corp* Secretarj. Mieonir Templa. Main IMS EASTEBN COLLEGE-CO ID?. THIBTT j min?tes (roo Wa*h:r n a. D. C ; degne. I prep mteA jur.ior scb'jcl cc aagag; age ten upward; reta ???; rpens September A. Dr. BOOP. Pmideot. Manasse* Ta., boi 1 m ??-'M WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW Co-Educational. IVer-1?-third years opens Set*ember SO et ? pa Taitioo P5 Oft per mstss, Stations st either 4 ?*> or a 20 p. "m, Three-yaar cc-r-e LL. ? One year poet ftiaduate, LL. M. Special conrees- Ict?re sti on il La?, Interstate sad Foreign Commerce and Ft le?; Trsde Com miaaio-n. atta farttK* inlorme-Uen and cat a tag apply to tbe Deas 05 cs heart. ID to SA 13?7 New Tork ?tt?a?. Pb-one Malz ??. COLliaSU VMVEK5ITY SCHOOL?. W. T. Shepherd, Ph.D.. Pnnciral. Iff 11th sL nw. Tei. Mam TVS. Day, nlgbt, eo-educa lional IndieiJurl instruction. Gradea, high school; also adtacosd ?at. languages. Matha matia. edenoe-d.ploma. Phy-cholog-v ; courses m effdeno, shoro aad. eptwriting. Moderate ratea. seli-Xt ? "S* SINGING ??Sg? Pourth year Mme. Luaa Borden, diploma graduata and formerly assist?ot to Lamperu (teacher of Sci^brlch'. principal. Foreign tn strnction st home. Ktokl-ag on request < "?-??*?? tnltationa, II to L ?? a st. nw Pbons ?. T631. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Floral Tokens. Artitajc-fataiiii lunpeaaai??. Gu<l? Bro?. Co. 1214 F Street. Prompt auto da-Uve-rt eanlea. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLERS SONS Ma?mbei? r-j mal'.t*. d -Natl?na! driected aater uaaaa. Kerraeea reoder.a m all pavf? ?at a? Lattea Htatea Ly epecial reprefertaniam Telephone ?&k. nnYnm,i lsx Main 5512-551S V?^^k ???^ 1730-S2 Pa. ?&&29%k A ??latent ; Avenue. ??????*!??^?- Ch?pel W. W. Oaamlier?. li. P Ccemtjer?. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. 1400 Chap?n St. N. W. We G ?e Amorjott'e Bern?e Exclueivel?. Uedem Chapel. Va e? NiAbL fbose CeL a? DIED. CLORE?On Saturday. 8?pteruhcr ?. 1918. at Slbley Hospital, JOHN WILLIAM, beloved hu?band of the late Clara Lewi? Clore and ?on of Thomas M. and Mrs. B. C. Clore, of Culpeper, Va. Remain? can be ?een at Zurhorst's Sons* funeral parlor? until today. Interment in Madiaon County, Va. CROSTHWAIT-On Saturday, Septem- ' ber 21. 191?, at Hyattevlll*. Md. MAUDE E., beloved wife of Edwin R. Croathwait. Funeral from Firet B?pt)?t Church, Hyettsvill?, Md.. today at ! p. m. ' Interment at Glenwood Cemetery. Relative? and friends Invited to ; attend. DALE?Suddenly on Friday. SepUm-1 ber 20, IMS ?t 7:45 P? m?? kt her residence, Wl? Nichols avenu? southeast, EUGENIA A . beloved wife of John H. Dale. ?r. Funeral from Campbell A. M. E. I Church, Nlebol? avenue southeaat, today at li o'clock noon. Friend? Invited. (Ml?ei3?lppl paper? pleaie copy.) DAVIDSON-On Thur?rtay. September 19.1918. at the home of hi? daughter, Mrs E. C. Stone, Potomac. M0.. . ROBF.RT GRAND DAVIDSON. Ir. hi? 93rd year, son of th? late Elisa Crawford and Lewi? Or*nt Davidson, of Ever May. George town, D. C. Funeral from hi? ?on'?? residence, ? 1425 Thtrtv-flfth ?treet nortnvi'est. ? Services, at Oak Hill Chapel, to-, day at 2 p. in. DONALDSON?On Saturday Septem ber 21. 191S. SARAH, beloved wiie of Alfred Donaldson Funeral from h?w late rawioa-anee, ?524 Georgia avenue, today at S;? a m. Rasflulem mas? at the Church of th? Nativity at 8 o'clock. Rela tives ?nd friend? tentiti. Inter ment at Fore?t Glen Cem?t?ry. HIHI BS Ot Erie?5'? Feptember V 1918. at 8:30 a. ra., after a Ion? Ulne??, SAMUEL FOWLER, be loved husband of Etta Fowler (nee MU Funeral from hi? late !e?ldenoe, 4.1 Fifteenth ?treet ??-jrheajl. today at I p. m. Rt:at:*.(c ano friend. invitata it ?ttend G1EST?At Epiphany Church Home. on Saturday. September 21. nil, Mr? SAHAH L. U1B8Y. widow of Kev. Samuel H. Ole??. D. D . former rector of the Church of the Epiphany. Tuner?! from the Church of**?? .. aBptpbfnr. tejwr M U? p. m. DIED. HERON?On Saturday, feptember ?fl. ISIS, at ?.? o'clock a. m . SARAI ?"..'widow ?K Dr. Oeorge H. Har?n. Funeral tomorrorw at 2 p. m . fra h?r lau- ? ?-??Idanasa. MS? C*onnect*rCi?t avenue northwest. ? mermen t at Arlington National Cemetery. HICKEY?Ob September 20, 1*1?. ELIZABETH HICKEY. beloved daughter o? the late L??rrenec and Catherine Hickey. Funerali from her residence, JM Eye street norths?'? ?t. Monday. September 21, at >:*? a. m. Requiem mass at St. Aloysiui" Church st ? o'clock a. ra. Auto mobile funeral. Kindt) omit flowers. 1.:. HE?On rrltUy. asvssptanber M IM?, .'?t --.yi a. ra . at Providena-e Hospl tal. EDV.'ARlJ HALL ?G??. son of the late Charles and Virginia Rawlins Hun.?-, aged ?a years. Funeral from Le??'?, chapel. Pennsyl vania avenue, today at 11 a. m. < JACKSOX'-Departed this life on Fri day. September 2?. ISIS, at *:'... a. m.. at her residence. .'?7 Wsrren street northeast. EMMA JA<K SON. She leaves to mourn her loss Uve sisters and two brothers. . Funeral from her.late resaldjeiica? to day at S a. m.. then to St. Cyprian's Church. TMrtea?nth aod C streets southeast. Relatives and friends Invited. NOKRIS?On Friday. September ? 1S18. HELEN M.. beloved wife of! John L. Norria and daughter of Jaunes and Elisabeth Herbert. Funeral from the chapel of Frank ] Gier's Sons Comparo. 1113 S? ventri street northmest, today at ?:30j a. m. Requiem mass at St Paul'. Chur-ch at t> o'clock. Relatives and I friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. OSBORXE?On Sunday. September 22. IMS, at 2:45 p. m . at his reside??-?, ?Ml Eleventh street ? southeast. AMBROSE C. beloved son of Anna and the ?ate Francis Os borne. Notice of funeral hereafter. RILEY?On Friday. September 1*18, at his r?M?.?nc?. 41.' Ninth street southwest. WILLIAM J RILEY. Funeral frtxn his Iste reaieterirr today at ? a. m. : thenc. to St. Dominic's (Thurch. where : DIED requiem nw? will be amid far tbe repeat? oaf hu ?oui. mUtjraa? and menai? Invited to attend. SHOEMAKER??September tt. ttn. la Fhlladatlphl?, LOUlHt E-. wife of Oaorg* Fairfax shoaMaaatker. for merly of Bech-ed? Md SILLERS?On Friday. September *. 1*11 at 1J? p. m.. ALBERT, be lovatd hue band of Mary CHann.-r Sillera Funeral from that ebuvai ot J. Will lam I?ee. tS Penn*.-ir4tniat avenue northweet, at S ? a. m-, tavi?r thence to St. Joeeph'? Chur< h. where, at * a win be said. Inta TRACT?Suddenly. tw nicht, hpuabir 11 Mt. at hi? home. >l? ? ?treet northwatet. HUGH TERRT. ?on of Ir? H. aad Margaret M. Tracy. Funeral from the Church of the Epiphany, today at 11 a m Chamber of Commerce Name* Rate Committee The Wa.hington Cfheniber of Co?]. merce ha? annoonased th? committee on transportation and frelrht ratas? for the coming year a? ?ppoTatted by A. Left wich Sinclair, preside??, a? follow?: Nathan Boon. William.. chair man: Ho?. P. Andrew? rice ehatr? man: Joseph A. Berberich, D. & BueklnaTham. Jam?? ? Burrowa-fca, William O. Garter, Randall CTlfton Charle? J. Columbus, Jame? P. Corns, Jame? D. Darnell. I.ee L. Harria. George L. Havenner. Harry L? ??? man, George P. Jame?. C J. Jame?. Isidore L. Kahn. J D. C. Koorle. George W. Korell Thoma. E Un? don. A. Lirbman. Frank M. Loar. Edward A. Lycett, ? A Maltman. Charle? MaeNlcbol. Robert E. Mann. Arthur J. May. Joateph T. ? Plant. George T. Parker, Allen L? Scrlbner. Odell S. Smith. H. E. Sprurebank. t?. tf. Ta. ?or, NVirmin 1. Taylor. R. Lee Thoma?. H?rry Viner. W J. Wilson. George Wright. ?1 ?% HOPE TO SEPARATE ALLIES BY PEACE OFFER Could Ignore America. Accept Terms of Other Allies, and Still Have Free Scope in East. By JOHK L. B.ILDERKTW'. tt (Or iieTlit. ITA, tv tk. McCain? ?b'earsraaper ??yBtlic.le.1 London. Sept. 2?(By Mall)?The n*-w German peac. campaign i.? vig orously under way, but aa yet It ia worktnff under very heavy camou flage. It is expected that before winter the ma.?k will be dropp'-d and Germany will make definite peace proposal? designed to cause trouble among the allies?, by ottering terms that will tempt some but cot others. At present neutral diplo-1 mats in Sweden. Holland and Scandinavia are beine pestered ? ith all sorts of secret proposals and feelers Intended to leak through to allied authorities. Many of them do, but they do not get mach con- ? slderatlon, for their origin and character is in all eases manifest. From a high source I learn that Germany is expected to propo?e definitely, probably before winter. ! and certainly before the beginning of the n?xt campaign, to evacuate) Belgium and France, pay compensa- ! tion for all damage done, and l ? r hapi even give up Alsace-Lorraine and agre? to sstlify the ?-laims of Italy In the Trentino and on the Adriatic. The object of thl? move, my in formant pointed out is to dangle before the eyes of the war-weary French. British and Italian peo-. plea, a peace which on the rurfaee ? will represent victory. The cun ning German figures that Russia and the Balkans are too far away and too little known ln the West for the public either here or la America to agree to continue the war for the sake of winning in the Eaat the sort of terms Germany now sdrr.its herself ?-ompelled to con cede In the West G. S. Would Be Helpless.. A? for America. German agents who are working ln neutr?; cou ? tres ad G.-.it frankly that they know the temper of the "Yankee ?wine" ts such that they will not consent to any peace before Germany is beaten :t they can he'p it. hut t^e GVrmans argue that this does not matter, be cause If they can get England out America cannot send men ov. r ?be seas, and If they can cet Fran?^? out there will be nowhere for these men to fight Admittedly, If Germany possessed a statesman c' th lnf*rlea??*?f and cun- ' nlng of Bismarck euch a plan as the imperial government n* now prepar ing would have been ex?*?,?dingly dan gerous one year ?go. But now. from all I can ?rather of the temper of the British and French peoples, among wl-om I hav?-? lives] for lour yesrs. the period of dancu las parsed Amelios need have no fear that u?tTiu>naU concession, however tempting, will move the heroic French or the stead fast British. The war is no longer regarded here as fought for territori, or specific terms of any aort That this Is true le In gr?a? part due. British authorities tell me. to the Influence of President Wilson, who haa made It clear to th? whole ' world that the overthrow of German i ?autocracy la more important than any terms that can be put In writing round the peace table. It is som< what unfa.r that Wilson should g-t ao n-.uch credit, becsuse ?tstesroen over here aaid very nvuch ?ie aamc thing long before we came into the war, but the fact remain.? that hla , moral and physical power is now al most as great with the mass of th. .-^T*/ ?f^SOFT. CONG.SI?.KY" Ba .I.-.? H?- - fill? H? ? .-. ' wsica as ?ie.^aaia?? taKfUBassJ ?ad IV-?? tb. ixet prepararan ?ta? tot praiacinr ?eaaajlrcd. soft, evtlla. ttrStht. tons tr-ift hair? In*? Ira. kind J?u wai.t. Ber an fees*, the scslp ?lad make? k-i??T. ?v-PT-1. ?hort. ??ubbeam hall ?? ?o% las?? sad 1??= tross that m eu ?svejij avasalle at ana) S 1? up tn' an. siiVTT? Is tem sanir. rlsh? lo Iva?? ine.rhtOfJ*h.m?]*lertU:i eCit J-nu S chance?. Ta?. He-*?? ??oil ? b. tole? ?me tenu? sarrtHai? als? tir HEROLIN It n. ?a ?tl ??all f"? i" '? ' - ' "? fij, ,..,?? lUJaa? st-l? ?aid d.aUn.r Vos' 25 cent? mam Hero, ? Med. Co., Atlanta. Os. . rrWf? ?. *?vv,r own avavn or ?a*s??a?a A vit!1! I 3 *? e naaav. jsau tBHSSl tttW? asjst ike? ?eiMi how te? n.aaas ??.nal? taa?. British people a? with Amertoaa? them?? Ivea. ttmrnt OMraalve ia Eaaa. Tou.ther with GermanV? mDiterjr ? m the Weet and her ap pi oachlnp offer to give up all she haa Earned there, mill la r> men and rtlpia mauc authentic? alike ara ooortnead lhat to keep up the waiting ?pirita of ber deluded people? Germany win make an offeaalve in the Ea*t aa aoo? as poisibla "In propaganda the enemy l? doirbt lea? auperior to us." The apealser waa Gan. von Stein. German minister tor watx, and hi? remark tat a German Interviewer indica; ?-?3 the a.? ami?. if not dismay, which Ute pubiiarltT campaign of the alile? 1? a?au?lnc im. ei.tmy co.irjtriea Not the la-eat im portant of the material which In a hundred way? it aappin? the war will of the Gatrman people, ? ? that which com?? directly or indirect ? ? from the L'nited ?States. It is Dot permtiwiMe to d. >cnhe ?ertr these thine? are atoar, ko? the men who are wot king at the ditbcult taak of gettili? the truth into Germany ara succeed!!:? In their oMecT-e. it I? almost a? difficult to get h neat farta through the barrier of the ?-.?eraTiii. cenaorslup a? lt i? to penetrate with bomb? ?nd bayonets tbe hart.ad wire of the Hindenb-rg line. But both aa? being done Geo von Stein aaid. "I raoently received from an Invalid a printed leaflet which had beatn spread ?mor* the eold.ere. It i? turned ia the name of A merlatane of German origin, tha I'nion of Friend? of ??pt.,-?? Demo cracy. New Tork. March, imi. There ir German -old:? r? were urge.* to overthrow the Gorman roverr wharn. It waa ?aid. the war ?weaaaM be at ?n en?l C?erman.?? waa. acclamai before the v.orid of barba\rl?m and a breach of raint-Uener. and thia crime wa? to be made toed, accordlag tn the leaflet, h? i.e German aoWaere overthrow:!.? th?:r bar-baric and an II nal ?Huilla (to.eminent " Brlapitaa Tralb ?? Geraaaaa. This lenket, wheh It Is po?s;ble to mention because it? e*1?tetiee 1.? ? eially admitted by the enemy. 1? one of the 'luraaired circulated m ?? Ger man, Austrian. Hungarian and Bal kan Jangua?-' s Mnonz ,-.11 Um ?ubject 1 ? -iple? Some literature of thi? kind i? roppeal from airplanes, but this l? not the ? ? H v-e mean? of distribution. U i- comparatively ea*.y ior ?.-Idler? enO t-'lice anent* to track down and imro :i.-i incendiary docu ment? thrown fi-ora the ekle?. The work of gettiti?, tl-e truth hito the 'ionie? of enemy peagtla??? b? other mean? I? m at 'a?.'matine, moat dan valuahle. Hundred?? of men ?nd women an? risking their lives every day to spread the gospel of liemo ? >'. To t"-II how they go to work win not ba- possible until their work ha? harem done and the war ta a over In the enemy countriee tie alli?e ara making- aras?t use of the inspirine ut terances of Pr?sident WUaon. and ?re featdring American idealism aa voiced by our leatding puulic men. The di rector of the ?Hie?' propaganda ia aa?aa?y ?vuntrie? say that anythlng cornine from sn American souro? oar- ? rie? more weight than matter of equal value from any of the European allie?, b?. ?uae the enemy i-eorlee have not eo long rererded the I'nited State? as an enemy, and dimly understand that America 1? not in th? war for any selfish motive. They are an ?? eaaa to know why America 1? In the war. Their ruler? have never told them. - A client forced to ?ell a limited amount Dsytcn CojI. Iron & Ry. Coma?? l?r share*???? i"ci .;&*?,, : 1 Wall tt. ?. V- l-luoae R????r teaK The Safert Inviitment? At? Ui??? "aet ?1 eut CaaMaaete ? turbaue oaaa-'t ?aa aK ?be m *m nar??ia tmtkx mtmt tt truat_ ??a ?. ?u?.-? Ik* T>i?*m earn um tt? oeaorta1 a?Lep>>raU?aa?. ??pair aia? ?nati trnv* temt. ' ueeaa tnt IlllaUltl Swartiel, Rhi*?m & Hfdmt Co.. 727 Fiheee Stttti N-krtk-weL