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HERA LD W A N T A D S IphoBe MaiB 3300 Her?dd Want Ad ^^^ \,
I?ibllahe?! ?very d?y in th? year
by Th? Wsuhington Herald Cotn
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Wuhlnarton. D. C
Telephon? Eicheln?;? ? Call Matin
MOO (Por c!a*?lfle>d adT?rti?em?nt?
ask tor Brunch 1).
ssfembsjr Audit Bure?? of Circula
Wsmteel Belt..1 ONE
B?s??aad Siniatioea.. I pcwT
Waateid Room, and Board.. I ?.til I
Pear East Roosaa. y A
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Lase? SAS? Pound._
* torn bnasa or sassa, ran. tia
?Arase con.aaacatJve timas?, 30c.
ATI Other <n??.lflr?tloa?_
...? ._...75 ew
Unse. rroneaeTs-varJaelr............._.. J? .rat.
corassieuusarli...... I ose*.
|*B er mor. tinas? consexutl,els?....Tearsat?
aftnijnmn two Usas*?.
FTHE *?. c ? eck with special AGENCY
bbBB Tort ?itBo...._....___?_...Tt1biaia. Bid?.
L?hstaaaaj ????,._..__?_Tnbana. BV
?tt OSVrr....._.?s foni FU.
??. Lam? OrTle?.?Third ttttroml Bank BM?
VANTED?BOYS FOR MESSEN
ger work; permanent positions.
Vpply C. & P. TELEPHONE CO.
|???*?? CLASS Bt ?HFTAJtAN.
?eTAQEei BERNAB? POLET.
I ? St. nw.
LABOflERS for general
work in GLENWOOD
CEMETERY at good pay.
Men to clean roadways
and gutters, weed and for
scythe mowing and sod
ding, etc., also gravedig
gers at once. Apply to
the Superintendent at the
Cemetery on Lincoln ave.
)YS TO SERVE HERALD^ $10
per month and bonus. Apply
tr. D. ANDELET. ?dO E st. se.
DTORMEN AND CONDUCTORS
-Wages paid as follows: 43
cents per hour for first 3 months;
?46 cents per hour for next 9
months, and -48 cents per hour
Permanent employment in this
JSENTIAL OCCUPATION for
nen of gtsod character between 19
and 50 years of age.
Trainmen can make an average
l?ge in excess of $120 per month
?t the lowest rate of pay.
Apply in person at 2 p. m. at
_._*h and M sts. nw. Office of
?THE CAPITAL TRACTION COM
PANY. Phone M. 9*4?S8. se2-4-tf
llKN' Tir TAKE ?AMasss ??? THE CITY
I>,r??"rrtory: plain saritarr* and food srpeilers.
t?U >t ROOM ?. 911 G ?t. nw. orTt-tf
lnY ???? BICYCLE TO SERVE HERALD
id Crvelar-.-i Park section; $71.30 per month
mor. on covnrr.iss.oo baais. Applj CIR
Cl'LATION ?.?.NAGER. Harold office. ?er8-ti
SIGHT** GRADE. OR HIGH SCHOOL BOY
las mea-?ssr.;er ?uad clerk. Apraj C1RCLLA
G???*! DEPT, Her.ld offiesa.
y?RAL GOOD BOYS WANTED
?o deliver The Herald; $8 to $10
month; can make extra money
?illectirg. Apply 1018 K st. ne.
/ANTED?MEN TO LEARN THE
most essential industry at the
Schools are now being formed to
?ch the various branches of ship
Apply to the Virginia Shipbuild
[g Corporation's representative at
Le L'NITED STATES EMPLOY
LNT SERVICE. 1410 Pa. ave..
rashington. D. C. sel 5-tf
)D ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO
! ?. E SMITH. 803 C st. ?w. tf.
I A.NT ED-BO Y TO SERVE "??' "
AppeTf Kr OOCRTNET. I O at. nw
?ANTED- BBAKEUEN FOR POTOMAC
parti. S crai? paar boot. ?l?o ew r*7aumj?n.
arrbataats. btrfetm. cr?jTasB*t?na. frrdght brat.
D. irarrtsrn ?tad otTheTT r*exn?-?tT?arsa. at rartou.
ate, Pennrajlrani? aUUrraad. Appli IB New
I ?se. ... _ ??lU?
Boys, help Uncle Sam.
?Earn money to buy W. S. S.
land Thrift Stamps by de
livering The Herald. $10 a
aonth and $2 a month bonus,
kpply Mr. S. TRAVIS. 819
st. nw. tf
, ?XPERI?J-'CH) SPECIALTY ADVER
ting solicitor eaa naaka food mon.? an eoa
?a? br wortaB? part or ail of th? uni?. A ?
BOX 77?. Herald offie?. ?su
? ANTEO-LADIES TO TAKE NAMES FOE
the City Director,; muet writ* a sixiu.
legible band aad apall ?-arrectl-*. Cell at
BOOM (, fll ? at. aw. ?*-??.'
clerical work with some knowl
edge of bookkeeping. Apply Mr.
EASTMENT. Herald Office. _
WHITS FEMALE ATTENDANT FOB IX
? ,'id 'adj. Call at one*. 10i: Kh at. nw. ocll-lt
Help Wanted?Male aod Female.
counter girl?, scrub
women, pantry wom
en: good pay; no
Apply Mr. Williams.
18th and D Sts..
Men, women and children
to ua* Liberty Caurrab Cream to kill th-1 !
renna m tbe noe*, throat aod intestine, aa a !
; leTei'ti.e of infl'ien?.!. At ilris store-, ai i
Liberty Skin Toilet *Jotnt*n., 1313 13th at. nw. j
Prie* ? rent* a*30-3Cat j
MAN <->R WOMAN, UKNERAL. HOC*-!?;- !
work, no waabina*. ??22 lltb at. cw. ocll *t
__ REAL ESTATE._
Some Day s Rom? ot Inraatmeor at
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WBT SOT TODAlf
For plata, illtntrated bock?, and full partie-n
:a:t ?bout thi*e Uttlm tarma. e?traetiT? bo?? |
iitmx, aod low price?, aee or writ?
J. S. TOMLINSON.
?? SOUTHERN BLDG. M 4?N T*4B.
big D*w bo?;?? and bungaicwi readj for la
?kwcriui, t!.,-? to feHO E*jj Una?.
CHOKE BRICK HOL'?fc. 4 HOOM3, BATB.
lime taaement, water and H-gbt and beater,
rnce -H.000. on easy terms. 219 Thirl itreet
?? rtbeait. Appli to G. M. Ratcliffe. Dumfriee,
Delightful Waaiiiuctoo Hcifht*.
Near lStb and Kiivrama air.
' room?. 5ne batb.
Hot-water beat, wide toe.
Price. ?.00ft Only $500 each.
G???? commiaMfon to broiera.
Near Ttth and LamoDt rtreeta.
1 atona?, 9 room? and bath.
Near $30, X0 raaideucea.
Price, ?,900. Only G5? ca*h.
R. W. BEALL. IM New York ate. nw.
Call Main ?XjO. Call Residence, Columbia 1MB.
L08T-8TRAYED FROM 1MT J. ST. N. W..
an ordinary whit? mal? cat, anewers to Tonj;
had leather collar when tamt, ti reward* oclO-X
LOST-A BLUB SET CAMEO RING. UB
crai reward. Mis? E. THOMFOBDT, Center
LOST-BETWEEN CONGRESS HTS. RIFLF,
Range ?and TtU and ? Ut., black walrua bill
fold with 92 eaah and personal matter?. Finder
keep money tf reat is returned tj 7th and ?
ata., bide ?. Room 1*230 or 3901 Ntw Hamp
shire ate., mm. Reward. odl-i
NEWSPAPER BOCTE IN BE6T SluCTION
of city, carato?** I'.se per month; pr?tent own
er voiuntaruT ? t?rrica: reaaonabJe term*. Aja
p.j CIRCULATION MANAGER, Harald of
- -' .eH-ti
rniSH EGOS BV MAIL. WRITE ?. P.
PARR. Wartenton. V* oclv-Jt
WTWDOW SCREENS AND SHADES.
WINDOW SHADES MADE TO OKUEH.
Beat Oraane ?* ? ?. Rollen.
). U. PBEINKERT. 13? H et. ne.
_Phon? I tifs xtxB
MONEY TO LOAN.
????t t? loa*?* os approved citt
rtrnj e?-*te at loweat currrat rata* aped*.
tnai '.rem with raapaart to cai? ?* ?menta
TTT.r.H ? RrTnERrriKP Inc.. SU 1Mb at ti
.ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE.
12th and EN. W. ?TSiffSSff
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Prices.
Never Take a Chance! Phon?e?
I Polk? Department.Mt?B a??*,
?partment of Justice. Main
S. Secret Service (night).Columbia 3396
U. S. Secret Serrice (day).Main
|U. S. Maniai.
What About That Spare Room?
An unused room in your house or apartment is, in these
times, a sort ot extravagance.
A desirable tenant may be quickly found, and the rental
will provide some more dollars every week for the ,u.c!iaip
of war securities. Think it over?and ADVERTISE.
Phone Main 3300.
The L.aw School
In accordance with the request
of the Health Officer, Sessions of
all classes have been temporarily
discontinued. Secretary's office
open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. for
registration and consultation of
HVGH J. FEGAN, Secretary.'
Georgetown Law School Building.
506 E St. ___ Phone M. 7*)i
"?G" SINGING "-SSS
jToorth yeti. lime. Lnda Bord??, diploma
graduata and fonnerlj jusi?t*nt to lampefti
(teacher ot itambrlchj. ncincipaL ?Ortig? u?
rtnjctioa at hora??. nor.klet on raqae-at Con*
aultatiou. 11 to 1. MS ? *L nw. Pbone N. 71?.
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobile?*, lire?, AccstssaMrtasas.
!<< i*a:r., Trurrrk?. Trillcrsa, st.r
??7?. Trnxlsa. Auto ?.I???, Ga
riirfl. Batterle?. Etc.
? FOR SALB-S CYLINDER flTCDBBAKKK
| touring cu. 9B3 New Tork ire. nw. otlOC*.
Co?me to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN ALTO CO.
JtO ?. BrrssjJ It ,
1.0? era to asttect frtx-ra-ltU. 1?17. 141?
modela, in all ma*??. 1360 up. Cstaloffu. tret
oa tsaqueat. > >. t.7. i7.11.It. 18.il.T73.T5. J.TrO
ONE WEEK OR LONGER
ADDRESS BOX 303,
?.000 rail, ruarante. ?? toilosn?? ?Ue onlj
JfttJ?, . tll.N
NATIONAL ACTO SUPPLT CO..
? AH Bt. OST.
?Yon Are batitifl-sd?
Wltfo roa bar? bad an expert auto mechanic
j exMxalnL? tnd reptar yotu ear? W? turn out only
?atijrf*ctory work, therefor? oar large patronage.
? General auto repairing. All make?.
I The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop.
13*2 D it it lltb. Phone Franklin TtU.
; ANT SERVICI.. ANT TIME. AMT I'LA? *L
I Autoe ot any make and age repaired or ?omit.
Porda fixed whi.? yon wait, ?storeg?. HUB
, HOT MACKEY, 513 ,0th ?t- m*. Lin-coin -880,
CAB OWNERS NOT ONLY FIND OUR
location coa seoient, ?a? t ut lona ?*xo.rrenc
with ?tito? is of grMt ??lu. to th. thTeisanit?
sen- Ar. see aarrrinf jour cart Full stock
actrersjaorie?. uils. grette,, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
lOD. P. ase_Main ?77??
TOBACCO HABIT CURED
Br * guaranteed perfectly harmlet?. noa bibit
forming remed? ?and treatment.
Sent ctJinpIete, with direction^ in plain wrap
per, poatpaid on receipt of tl P. O. order.
National Tobacco Cure Co., Inc.
P. O. Box IS?. Wuhingtoo. D. C.
WRECKERS AND BUILDERS.
WE WRECK ALL KINDS OF BUILDINtiS*
A. R. THOMPSON, VmTJ E t?. g*. Virer Ut
j and Builder_ le.t-tf
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 3342. N. 3343,
N. 3344. Nlrht or Holi
day, Franklin 1(11.
ABSsOL?TeXT MMM eTOBAOaV
llrxsrrea, ?7 and a?. Vlr-nn? aod I'arJnrr?
(.NITED ?????? >Tcibii;| G? 11?* iwt
at, am Pbopea ?. ?na tnd FrankHii MS. tl
Vt* faniia-b large part-led ia.ua and aaretn] m??
to bandi? roar good*.
PACKERS o/ ftmitcrt. piano?, ?win* bri*?*
?rac. etc Exptrtoneed mm only.
8HIPPI.NU to all paru of the werkt
STORAGE for rnrnitajf?, piaoos. end boo?
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
That Are Superior
? NEL.SON REFRIGERATOR CO.,
[ We bu?Tj to order any ?Ize
-/?fd*.?r',*<'r ??"? coollne room.
Washington College of Law.
Claaaea ?"UVootlnued teepot-at-ilr *"V requeat of
Board of Healtli. Announcement of reopen?
In? wtll be mede later OIBce open for rettta?
Trainai 10 to i. 1?17 N'w "fork A.a. Phone
Tb* National Cathedral School lor Bora
Country Day and Boar-Jin* School
Keopena --.?dneeday. September S, laTU
BISHOP OF WASHINGTON,
Pretvdent of Board of Tniatee*
WILLIAM W. CHURCH.
COLUMBIA LWIVKRelTY SCHOOL.
W. T. Hbejiberd, Ph.D.. ?????*1. ?? Utk
tt. nw. Teal. Main TW. Day. oltrbt. cr-eduea
tlonal. Jn.Jiridu.l ?natnic-tloB. Grades, blin
acb'Ol; ?tlao advanced work, lancuacaa. mathe
matica, erienca-dlplnm?. Pt-fcholofy; couraea In ?
efficiency; ihorthaad. tipa-antlai. ModeraU
University Law School
Mernbee AMOciation ot Affiancato Law School*.
Claaaea for ?niloyed ttudanta.
SPECIAL COURSE IN
Students' Army Training Corps
Registration Still Open.
Secret a ri, Maaooi-c Tempie. Mam IJ-tf.
TREASURY DEPARTME-NT. WASHINGTON.
D. C, October T, 191?. Seakd propoaal? will
be received bir the General Supply Committee at
It? office in Waahinfton. D C*. until 1 o'clock p.
m.. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, itit. and then
publicly opened, for furniahinc ?? nui ba or
dered from time to time durine the period be
ginninit Or*.ober 17, 19I?, and endirK December
31, \t?, pai king boae*. Item 7j60a. PropoaaN !
miiat be cieeuted in accordance with lrutruc
tiona and oo blank? which will be ttsrxiahed
upon application to tbe Oeneril Supply Ctom I
tnlttee, Tha Auditor?' Building, Fourteenth and |
? ?treet? sw., Wuhlnztun. D. G. I- ft. |
ROWE. Artirft SetJTUrT of the Treaiwry ocll-lt
CASH T7 a CASH
credit rurniture credit
Popular Prie? Furniture and Stove
Store. Sth and ? St?. tt. W.
PETS FOR SALE.
GOLDFISH. PARBOTS, DOGS, SIN?ISU
cananea, canned gnat'e milk, aod 'aridenn. lo
all branch?e. BCHMID'S PET EMPORIO*?!.
? -1212th at nw. eelM-no
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN MT OKLITTIKID ACT?
mobile, cat? or euburbui. anal pa, yen blsbeax
imcae for ladiea', ajrBtletneB'a, ebLdrt-a'a dl?
cardad c/othin*?, ol all deaenptk-na. Aodraaa
?tal or phone. I ?ill call E BICE. UB 7tb
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
0V?R 30 ?TARS marnata mm .?
?^.?-?? ^ae "-?>-J y,, Can ?, a,----**.
Nervoua aod Speda] Diaaaaea of Uto arm Wretaa.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
From Catarrh. Otealty, Rhrumatiam, Cubati*-*
t.on. Pile* Throat, Luna, Brain, Heart, Bluod
and BH-i ?"tiara eaa, Ncrrca-ae Debili?, Bldaei
Dlaaa'aa. Bladdir Troubla, 6pectflc Blood Poi
auruna. Eruption* L'leera, and AU Prlrat* Dt?
aaaaa Cured tor Uf, bj Safe Mrlbota*.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
Private Waiting Room for Ladie?
Office Hour, 10 to 1, 3 t? 1 Hundan. M lo 11
WuBKlMiMBN-WB CAN BE ACCHE??
ited witb food intention, which ia worthy
of mention, ao pay atbantion; bow about a
do, tailcrod eliglitlj-u-ed O.atrcoat at "tt up.
Bi? vaina lo theae titnea of biitti M.lnr arad
.hould h, noticed tr/ meo of moderata mean*
Jl'STH*-. OLD .STAND. 61? D.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
Artistic?npreaai.e?ion penal ,e.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
_Prompt auto delivery aervice.
JOSEPH GAVVLER'S SONS
Membei?. try invitation National Selected eior?
ticiana. bervieee rendered id all parti of tba
L'nited States ?,j atpedal rapreaenutltea.
Telephon? /&?? E',Jhli****d ?
Main " 12-5513 jf"?$?V '-??*
17.10-33 Pa. .atELVXTSo^. A??'?tant
W. W. Chamber?. B. P. Chambera.
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Chap?n BL N. W.
We Cae Automobile Service Eicluaivelj.
Modem Ctapel. Day or XiihL Phone Col. 1*32.
ALIJEN?Departed this life, after a
Ion?? illness, at his residence. B|
Heckman street southeaat. WILL
IAM H. ALLEN, beloved husband
of Laura A. Allen.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BARKER?On Thursday. October 10.
19M, at 12:46 a. m.. JOSEPH P. M.
BARKER, beloved husband of
Daisy Barker <nee Connolly) and
son of AJice Barker, of White
Funeral from hl***"W*e residence, 363
? etreet sou*.*aavWe3t, tomorrow
monilng at 10 o'clock. Interment
at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
EBOOKS?Departed this life on Sun
day. October 6. 1918, at Portsmouth
Xaval Hospital, HAROLD F.
BROOKS, youngest and beloved
son of William F. and the late
Margaret A. Brooks, In his 28th
Funeral (private*! from his late resi
dence. H60 Irving street, today at
3:J0 p. m. Interment at Rock
BRl'CHIE?On Thursday, October 10
1918. at her residence. 1216 E street
southeast. ELLA EUGENIA, be
loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Bruchle, In her 12th year.
Funeral today at 11 o'clock a. m. In
terment (prlvtitel In Congressional
Cemetery. (Frederick, Md., papers
BUCHER-On Wed-At-day. October 1,
1315,, at her . lafc r?el*?ce. 1W
Twelfth street northwest. ZELIA
Funeral eervtce? at law residence
today at 4 p. M Interment private.
CA HILL?On Wedne?da?? morning, Oc
tober 9, 191?. at her residence, ?110
L ?treet, SARAH O, widow pt
COULTER-On Wednesday. October
9, 1918, at 75 p. in.. HARRT beloved
husband of Lorena Coulter.
Funeral from his late residence, 224
Quebec street northweat, tomor
COWHICK?On Tuerjday. October I.
Ulti, ?t 10 a. m . at hi? residence.
the Evan.ton. 34?7 Thirteenth ?tre*?t
northwest, OSCAR GLENN, be
loved huaband of Gertrude Walsh
Funeral tomorrow at 10 a. m. Strict
ly private. Interment at Rock
CROSS?On Thur?day, October 1?.
mt, at 6:20 a. m. at 101 North
Carolina avenue aouthe?atr. CARO
Notice of funeral later.
DORR?On Wednesday. October 9. 1913,
AGNES DORR, beloved daughter
of Lawrence and Catherine Dorr,
aged 14 year?.
Funeral from her parent?' reside:,ce
??? ? street northeast, today at ?
a. m. Interment at Mount Olivet
DORSET?On Tueaday, October 3, 1913.
iti a tn.. at hi? residence. .??d I
street northeaat, LEONARD WOR
RELL, beloved ?on of Frank and
Molile Smallwood Dor?ey.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
E.VGLEN?On Wednesday, October ?.
1918, at U p. m . at the residence or
her daughter, 411 JE ?treat north
east, MARGARET ? ? G L E N.
widow of David Eaglen.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
EASTER?On Wedneaday, October ?
1918, at 8:30 p. m.. at her home,
3618 Tenth ?treet northwe?t, Mr?.
JULIA 8. GIBSON, beloved wife
of W. S. Euter. She 1? survived
by her husband and four children
Mrs. Charles H. Runuvev. Mr?.
Fr?nk J. Martin, Corp. Jack C G
Kaater and Mie? Julia Gib?on
Notice of funeral later. (Baltimore
papera pleaae copy.l
ESTRIDGE?On Thurtwiay, October 1?,
1918. at 7:06 a. ra., at the Louise
Home. ISABELLE K. ESTRIDGK,
daughter of the late Charle? and
Margaret Potter Eatridge, In the
SSth year of her ace.
Funer?! notice hereafter
FISHER?On Tueaday, October 8. 1911,
at hi? reeidence, 215 ? street north
east. HARRT L.. beloTed huaband
of Laura B. Flaher.
Funeral firm hi? late residence to
day at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and
frlenda Invited to attend. Inter
ment at Glenwood Cemetery.
FORD?Departed thla life, Wednes
day, October 9, 1918. at 10t15 o rlock
at her residence. 63 Stanton road!
Anacostia. southeast, after . ?hort
and brief illness. AGNES E. be
loved daughter of Henrv and An
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GET/*?On Wednesday. October 9 1918
at 7:10 a. ra.. MARIE M.. beloved
daughter of Charle? E. and Julia
M. Get?, aged 18 year?.
Funeral from the re?idence of her
parents. 715 Seventh atreet north
west, today at 2 30 p. m. Inter
ment (private) at Rock Creek
GLADDEN-On Tuesday. October 8.
1918, at 315 p. m . at Mount Rainier,
Md.. JAMES WILSON GLAD
DEN, beloved husband of L'.ia L.
Gladden (nee Thompson), ln his
Funeral today at Rock?. Md.
GREER?On Wednesday. October ?,
1918. ELSIE M. GREER tne? Skill
roan), beloved anta ot E? M. Greer.
Funeral from her mother'? resi
dence, 223?, Nicholson ?treet south
east, today. Interment in Congres
GRIMES?On Tuesday. October 8, 191S.
at 2 p. m. ar hi? reeidt-ncc, IB
Duke atreet. Alexandria, Va.. AR
THUR V. CRIMES, beloved hua
band of Ethel ?'. Dent and son of
A. M. and the late Robert T.
Funeral today at 2 p. m. Interment
GRYMES?On Sunday. October ?. 1918.
at Camp Meade. Md.. ALLEN E.
GRYMES. beloved husband of
Kate Washington Grymes.
Remains may be viewed at Me
Gulre'? funeral parlor?. Eighth
?treet and Florida avenue north
west. Interment at Mathlas Point,
HAM EL?On Wednesday. October ?.
191?. at her residence, Berwyn, Md .
ANNA VIRGINIA, beloved daugh
ter of Thoma? A. and Maud L.
Hamel (nee Bready), aged 9 year?.
Funeral from Beltsvllle Episcopal
Church today at 2 p. ra. (Fred
erick, Md.. papera please copy.)
HAWKINS?On Thur?day morning.
October 10, 1918, at f:15 o'clock,
LUCINDA HAWKIN8. aged 77
years. She leaves to mourn one
?on. William 8. Hawkins; one
daughter. Emma Butler, and one
granddaughter, Mary Hawkins,
and a host of relative? and friends.
Funeral from her late residence. 1?>
Seventh street southeast, tomor
row at 2 o'clock.
HI?ES?On Wednesday, October 9,
19K at hla parent?' r?sidence, 10?
Seventh street northeae'.
CHARLES F.. beloved son of
Harry Q, and Jean Hinea.
Funeral from his parenti' residence
On ."Monday at 10:30 a. BL Interment
(private; at Glenwood Cemetery.
HOOVER?On Wednesday. October ?.
1918, at Li:30 a. m., at hi? residence.
1821 Sixteenth street northwest.
THOMAS ZELL HOOVER, In the
"3d year of hi? age.
Tuneral from GawUr'? chapel. 1730
Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
today at -30 p. ra. Interment at
HUDSON-On Wednesday. October 9.
1918, at 1:30 a. m? al Peor?a, 111.,
INDIA A. HUDSON.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HUNT?On Thursday morning. ?a?
ber 10, :91S, of pneumonia, GLORIA
JOHN, daughter of Alice Under
wood and the late Gov. A. C. Hunt.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
IRELAND?On Wednesday, October
9, 1918, at the residence of her
grandson. William H, 8i?l?rnul.
ELIZABETH A. IRELAND, widow
of Dr. J. G. Ireland, of Calvert
County, Md.. aged 78 year?. (Bal
timore papers pleaae copy.)
KERNAN?On Wednesday, October ?,
1?18, EUGENE C. beloved hus
band of Matilda T. Kernan
Funeral for his late realdenc?, 419 M
street northwest, today at 10
o'clock a. m.
LANG LEY?On Tuesday, October 8,
1918, at 8:45 p. ra? ALOYSIUS J.
LAVGLEV. husband of Annie L.
Langlov ?nee Gottenkieny) and
?on of tha late Aloysius J. and
Mary F. Langley.
Funeral fiora hl? lat? residence. 50?
G street southeast, today at 1
o'clock. Friends and relatives in
LAWLESS?On Thursday, October 10.
1918. at Camp Humphreys, Private
WILLIAM J. LAWLESS, beloved
husband of Sophia A. N'aecker and
beloved son of Thomas J. and the?
late Mary Lawless.
Notic? of funeral hereafter.
I.AWSON?On Wednesday, October 9.
1918. at 1:80 p. ra., at Camp Dix. ?.
J.. after a short Illness of pneu
monia. ROBERT L. LAWtjQN, de
voted son of Mary Usnon, Uli V
street northwest, aged 29 years.
He leaves a mother, three aunts,
one uncle and a holt of friends to
mourn their lo??.
MALLO Y?On Wednesday. October P.
191S, JOSEPH NELSON MALL9Y,
the beloved husband of Blanche
Viola Malloy (nee Broirni.
Funeral from his late reeidence. 5327
Tenth street northwest. Friday.
October 11, at 2 p. m. Friends of
the faratly Invited to attend.
MASTBROOK?On Tueaday, October
8. 191S. at 4 p. in., CLARENCE
MAXSE?On Wednesday, October 9,
IMS, at her reaidence. 845 D street
southwest. JENNIE MAX8K. agen
2* yeaw?. She la&vaa m daughter to
mourn her le*s.
J?*?SS "S"8* ^r t?<*?s^a !B.
Sunday at 1 o'clock p. in. (New
ark, N. J . papers please copy )
M ARRS?Funeral service? for Lit ut
T.-C. MARR8 will b? held at the
home. 33 Randolph place north
wast Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
McMAHON-On Tuesday. October 8.
1HU, at her reaidence. 1347 Newton
Mreet northwest. E L ? ? ? ? ?
ELIZABETH McMAHON. beloved
?"??? ughter of Annie E. snd the lau
John J. McMahon and sister or
Mrs. Margaret V. Goodman. Kath
erine. John. Joseph and James
Funeral from the above residen?
todav at 10 a ra. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Ml*rR?On Wednesday. October ?. 1918
at 8:30 a. ra., ELIZABETH, the be
loved wife of the Ute Joseph Muir
and the daughter of the law Ja mer
and Annie Hughes.
Funeral from her late residence. 250o
I street norOiwest. today at ? a. m.
MULLOY?On Wednesday, October ?
ISIS, at 5 a m.. of pneumonia.
ORACE ????????. beloved ?alfe
of Frank MuUoy and daughter of
Mr.J Calvin S. Montague
Funeral from ?. ? Jenkins" funeral
parlors. 90S ? ?treat northwest, to
day at 10 m m. Funeral pi-tarate.
NILAND?On WedneeaV.y. October t.
1918. at 3 a. m., at his reaidence.
?13S ? street northwest, "?*RANK.
beloved husband of Marie E.
Niland (nee cyCallai;haii
Notice of funeral here*::?
OSTMANN?On Wednesday. October
?. 191?. at 6?) a. m.. CATHERIN ?
?. OSTMANN (nee Gase), beloved
wife of Anton ?. Os.mann. lt.
Funeral from her late residence. 3910
Georgia avenue northwest, today
at i o'clock a. m. Inierraent at St.
Mary's * ' .ery.
PETTIT?Departed this life on Thurs
day, October 10. Uli. at 8 a. m.. H.
WADE PETTIT. ln tbe ftth ya-ar
of his life.
Funeral Saturday afternoon from
the residence of hie grandfather.
W. W. Maloney, ttt F street north
POETZMANN-On Wednesday, Octo
ber ?. lilt, at her residence, ?ttt
Eighth street northwest, ERMA
E., beloved wife of John K. Poetz
Notice of funeral later.
RAFTERY-On Wednesday, October
!>, Ifl8, at 8:46 a. n... at his resi
dence, ?06 H street northean
THOMA8. beloved husband of
Funeral will take place tomorrow at
? a. in.: thence to St. Aloysius
Church, where mass wll be said
for the repose of his soul. Rela
tives and friends Invited to at
RISTON-On Tuesday. October ?. Uli.
at 9:30 a. m., at her residence, 1114
Sixth atreet southwest. Mrs. MAT
TIE BELL Rl?TON.
Funeral from her late residence, 1114
Sinti street southwest, today at 3
ROCHE-On Wednesday. October ?.
1918. at l:3ti a. m.. FLORENCE
CATHERINE, beloved daughter of
William F. and Ellen V. Roche, tn
her 21st year.
Requiem nnss at St Joseph's
Church and funeral from resid
ence. US Eighth street northeast,
today at lu a. m.
SCHIRMER?Suddenly, on October
t. 1918. at ! a- ra. st his resi
dence. 1028 North Capitol street,
HENRY SCHIRMER beloved
husband of Catherine Schlrmer.
Funeral from St. Aloysius Church.
North Capitol and I streets, today
at 9 a. ra. Interment st Holy Re
deemer Cemetery. Baltimore, Im
mediately thereafter. (Baltimore
and Philadelphia papers please
SCHCEROER-On Thursday. October
10. Ml?, at 12:U a. m . at hi* resi
dence, 41* Fifteenth street south
east. JOHN L. SCHL'I'ROER. be
loved husband of Grace L. Schuer
Ser. Remains san be seen at
?eler*s undertaking establishment,
1113 Seventh street northwest, ?
Relatives and friends invited. f
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SCHUTT-On Monday. October T. 1918. !
at Hampton Roads, Va.. FRED
ERICK WALLIS. A- S.. O. S. N. '
?on of Wallis and Belle Cogswell '
Schutt, Cherrydale. Va.
Funeral services at Arlington. Va.
today at 2 p. m.
SCHWEINHA1T?On Tuesday, Octo
ber S, lilt?, at his residence. Mount
Rainier. Md. GEORGE R., beloved
h'isband of Winifleld Grace'
Remains can be seen at the chapel
Of William H. Sardo at Co.. 412 H
street northeasL Notice of funeral :
SHALER?On Wednesday. October ?.
1915. at Johns Hopkins Hospital. ?
FLORENCE S.. widow of Gen.
Charles Shaler, V. t A
Openalr services at Arlington today '
at 8 p. ra.. restricted by health de- (
partment regulations to Immediate ?
family. (Indianapolis papers please
? H A W ? Suddenly, on Wednesday.
October 9. 191?, at 9 a m.. at Illa
C street southeast. RICHARD ?..
the beloved husband of Ida B.
Shaw (nee Cole), son of the late
Richard A. and Lucy A. Shaw and
brother of Adlena A Moore. Helen
E. Rogers and Lucy B. Frailer.
Funeral (private) from his late resi
SICCARDI?On Wednesday. October
9. 1918, at her residence. 1ST ?
street northwest, MARY A-, widow
of the late ?. B. Slccardl
Funeral (private) from above ad-1
dress today at 11 o'clock.
SIMMON6-On Tuesday, October ?.
Mi. at : o'clock, at her resldcn.-e,
603 ? street southwest, SC6IE K.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SMITH?S Jddenly. on Monday. Octo
ber 7, Ifli. at 7:10 p. m.. of pneu
monia, at the Naval Base Hospital.
Norfolk. Va.. FRANK M SMITH.
U. S. N-, son of Mary A. and the
late Frank M. Smith.
Funeral (private! from his late resi
dence, ?SO <"*) street northwest, to
day at 11 a m. Interment at Ar
SMITH?On Wednesday. October ?.
191S. at 1:30 a. nv. at his residence.
6IS W street northwest. GEORGE
W. SMITH, beloved husband of
Msttle Smith, and grandson of the
late Geortre and Adelaide Smith.
and nephew of Robert Smith and
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SOLOMON?On Wednesday, October 9.
*??*.> at 9 p. ra., at her residence. 60
H street northwest, HESTER R.
beloved wife of Clarence G. Solo
mon and the daughter of Ida V.
and the late N. Bunch.
Notice of funeral hereafter
TAYLOR?Suddenly, on Tueeday. Oc
tober S. 1S18, at the hospital. MAR
SHALL ALLEN TAYLOR, 32
years of age.
Funeral services at Speare under
taking establishment, 940 G street.
today at 10 a. ra.
THOMAS-On Wednesday. October 9.
1918, at 3:30 p. m... at her residence.
941 Virginia avenue southwest.
sfter a short illness, JENNIE C ,
wife of Hunton Thomas.
Fnnersl from her late residence. Ml
Virginia ave m southwest, today
at 11 a m. Interment at Fairfax
Court House Friends and rela
THOMAS?On Wednesday. October 9
1918, at 6 p. ra-, at her residence,
1?07 Kearney street northwest.
MARY AGNES THOMAS (nee
Nefll, leloved wife of Robert L.
Thoma" snd daughter of the late
L. G. Neff.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
A'OKC.T.ER?On Thursday, October 10.
lSie,. at 4:90 a. m. at her residence.
223 Seventh street northeaat. WIL
HELMIN'A F. beloved wife of
Louis G. Voegler.
Not'ce of funeral Is ter.
WARNER?On Tuesday. October 8,
?US. at 12:4E p. m., at Freedmen's
Hospital. ISAAC WARNER, be
lovetl father of Fletcher and James
W*amer. Emma Williams, Annie
Parker and Martha Brown
Funeral from Davis*, undertaker
2? Georgia avenue northwest, to
day tt : p. in.
WEBSTER?On Tuesdaj. October ?
1918. at her parents' residence ?17
X street southwest. EVELYN
.JkLACE WEBSTER. beiOTe-j
- ?. *L ?
daughter of Herbert and Kola
Funeral (private) today at 2730 p. m
WIESENBERO?On Wednesday. Oc
tober ?, 1918. at his reaidence 302 ?
?treat northwest. ABRAHAM, be
loved hu.band of Man Wieaven
berg and father of Mra. V. Becker.
Mrs M Blum and Samuel. Hymtui
and Harry Wlssaenbers.
Notice of funeral later.
WHITE?On Wedneavday. ?Jctober ?.
191?, at I a. m., at hi? reaidence. 714
Ninth ?treet ?outheaat, JOSEPH
ROGER WHITE dearly beloved
huaband of Emma W. White ine*
Axroan) and beloved ?on of Baker
and Elisabeth White.
Funeral todav at ?tt?? p. ra at Con
gressional Cemetery. Relatives and
friend? Invited to attend.
afGUNG?On Wednesday, October ?.
1918, at 12 46 p. ra. al Garfield Hoe?
pttal. CHRISTINE, beloved ?wife of
Gerald Young, aged 18 year?
Funeral from the nndertjuVing ea
labllshment of Thomaa Sorgeon.
1011 Seventh street northweet to
morrow at 11 a. m. Interment at
rOl"NG?NICHOLAS, son of William
and Margaret Young and brothel
of Maggie Waters. Pi-iaclila Lsucau
riorence Brook?. Beasi. Elkin?,
Harrlaon and Clinton Young.
Funeral from reeidence, 1128 Twenty
l? rat ?treet, today at t o'clock.
Da,id A. WMaer. 173. aunj Birdie giasajasl. a?.
oth of Xew York Citj. Rers. George Bilserr
Franklin Mather. ? of PUlsaJsrlyhi.. P. . aad
>aaU. Maj ?uni, ?2. of ?ina dia. Bra. ?Vahar
Barrjr 0. Naaaoc m. ot WmrtSorS. (Tajas . ?ad
'?Tr Grant. TS. of Wenhingtou. Ido. Be?. John
8a\aford L. Dans, a. ?ad Bob.ru C Tuo.ee.
3. berrji of this citTS. Res. Thorn?, D. William*.
?A'uliua Waller Carni. Tt?, of glassali. Ml?.,
L?d Joli. Cta-ase. a. of thi. eitr. Rere J. J.
Korsaasll A. Wssaraslar. ?. WeUiDertoB. Va., ?ad
kgne? ? ugna. 271. ol thi? ctty. ge,, c. C. Me
Jarme? B. Dica,,. 7?, of Near York Chr. ?Jad
afa-li? Mars?. TB. of thl? no. Bee. B. g. Serti..
D?niel ?'???. 24, Bottaio, ?. Y., ?ad AasseUa
?- Lesnr. it, ot thi. eat? Dr. ?t?1~?tt| Hatrriarrsn
8. ?. W?hamarsn, 45 of Norfolk. V?., ?ad Maj
isaer, 38, ol ths? dtj. Her. G. W. Van Tos>
Gordr?o U Arnold. 7".. of Loote?tlk. Kr?. sued
slargare?. I Be-noa. 21 of I li.alTlk.ailBSa?. ?. Y.
law. P. J. Ocoosaasi.
aastnrr? Plovdee. 36. arad Addi? M?aos. J*.
Both of th:? BBJsf. Res. IT. Deeais
Chiri?? P. Earnru ?I. Hsltimore. Md.. ?rad
?'irte-e E. Butler. 24, Balumor., Md. Beer.
Jota Pariai, a, aad Ulla Carter Jt both et
hit ?alt?. Bes?. Agalla Sarles
Jasara J end Anna L. ?-??**'T?rr*~ boa.
ArcLle L and Hasaam C. sVe.aer, ajj7
Beat t. and Flor? M. rTsaftsir ?in
niTSauad su ?ad Anna. I. Boot, ajaai.
Edward A. atad Dorothy L. Smith, bas.
William J. and Ethel T. ??bar. ?sor
John J. ?ad lUrr m\ Kails, girl.
WallAC. A. and ala.-? I. Mtlalasad. bas?
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Doitt ?. and Viola? L. HrTfriming. gilt
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(Tapa, ht, tai Oes Seto?, boj tanna.
Ahm C. ?ad Sima E OH?, boy.
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Franca* R. ?od Katblasen T. Mdradsje. ?ari
Ba?ach aad OaUaenna Tt-aott?. ahi.
Loaa, ?tnd MtsTcelttn? Mttnwi. ??ri.
Francisco and Mirti-lma la satiri ho?
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?Vm. ?ad Addi? Ham?, bos
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Rslpr*. W. and Albsjot? Amo?, girl
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?salti. A. Dart*. H rmrt. ?U P? a??. ??.
Mary A. Morare* a rasar?. !*E? ihr. ?. ?ss
Loretta eaUrcassaerrer. 23 ?ear?. UH ?Jth *l bv.
Joaeph Nelaoo Mojos, a ?vana, TT ItU ?.
Berth? Ria? Bsrass. 1? .?-saiiv ?t* Mh sa. ar.
Jama*. E. Brasa, ** reati?. 4*c Itstb su ?e.
Mary A. Glare. 8 s-eatrs?, 413 I ac r?.
Iren? Po?t8Ss?B?. m rttn. Eanaem. mis Ho.
Id. Alista, a lemrt, Proa-ideaos BoaspaUl.
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Go?Ua. E. Roti. 7G sear,. Slbaaay Hoarpitaal
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Sure? Soldiers' Home.
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U. S. ENLARGES
Allies Become Independent
of Germany for Coal Tar
A few days ago an official state
ment waa lesuasd which reportard that
-lie money value of our exports for
dye stuffs in the .-ear 1M7 was a lit
tle more than G .000.000. And yet be
fore tbe European war began the
money value of our imports of dye
stuffs was ln excess of this figure
because we relied slmoat entire!.'
upon Germany for th?s tr-omfnodity
Tbe wonderful celerity with which
American chemists have worked out
formulas whereby dye stuffs me y be
manufactured in the l'nited Sutes
jfrom raw material, pert of It for
merly <*o-n*ldered as waste products.
Is spoken of ss not the least of tbe
many remarkable developments in
the L'nited States industrial life
which have been occasion?! by the
Germany was not the Inventor or
discoverer of the method by which
dye Muffs could be obtattted from
coal tar. That discovery was made
by Perkln, a London lad. not the?
J? years of age, who was able to
obtain a beautiful mauve color by
( his application of chemistry to eoa!
? tar. England neaiecta-d the oppor
tunity to create a great dye stuff
industry which the discovery of Per
' kin made potvaible The German
i chemists took it up and one of the
; most fascinating of all tbe narra
I tives that tell of research work In
' laboratories and the utilisation of
, that work In the manufacture of
? commodities of value to the indus
triale Is contained In the story of the
''erman ?heima-is, treatment of coel
? tar and other substancias, ?hereby
I they were able to obtain sil of the
? colors of the rsinbom- and many
? colors hard!? i-e.-oa-rmashle t,y the
.eye. such, for Instance, a* the expert
?rug makers of India by .-rune pro?
esses obtain for the dye material
which they weave int?? tug- Now It
is believed that with proper kgWa
uve action the American dye stuff
Industry, due to the resesrt-bes of the
chemists and the utilisation of great
capital such, for Instsnce a- the
Du Ponts employed for the I
ment of dye stuff Industry, will re
matn Independent of Germen, t*o
dye stuffs and will f?irthenn.ire t>?
able to export commodities of this
raetelaad Hearts CkarsaUta.
Dr Leo H.ndrlck Baekeland who
since the war. has been in the ?er.ioe
| of the government and since Hit a
member of the Naval Consultine
Board. Illustrates in his career the
growth of the American chemical In
dustry and particulsi-ly the dye stuff
Indusu*. Some of the result? of Dr
Baekeland t researches were exposed
to the view of the American chemists
st their recent meeting tn this ettv
It Is probable that the gove-nmem
could not have secured perfect gas
masks wbicn it has at last obtained
had tt not been for some of th? eertl*-r
researches of Dr. Baekeland
What tba American chemists ?re do
ing- with cotton libre ts one of the
bastn illustrations of the eohlevement?
of these men of science They haw
perfected formulas by means of whir)
| eotton fibre Is now utilised for man.
1 domestic and Industrial purpot? s
| which formerly It would h?v? beam
I thought impossible for eotton fibre te
' serve. Already there are fifty-three
different weaves of cotton some r'
I which are the result of reea-erch work
and experiments made bv the <~h?m
Geraiaar ? lose* lissrs.
Four yesrs ago the f?iir-ag?
market wss closed to Ameritan
manufacturers and for a while a
j good deal of anxietv and -or e d?
I ?pair prevailed In some of the ?.me -
' lesn Industries. Tl.st wa? particu
larly true with reapect to potash
American chemists snd m?-n ??1"
.science bes-an Investia-atli.n f.
purpose of discovering- it possible
! what sourses of potash exist in the
Unlta*-d States Their work hai- been
?wonderfully ?-ucc.--.-iu!. Laat veer
the available potash supply for the
! United States was 32.000 tons snd
?every pound of it came from the
I utilisation of American r?sout?:*?
I which In the pest have been
neirleeted In I'lS the chances are
thst more than 4",non tons of potas)
I will be manufsetured in the t'nited
States out of material much of
? which until the t?*-. e m ist.? demon
's trat it-d it? avsllsbility was regard
?? as waste products. The cement
I manufacturers are aSepinnintr Its
I utilize the powder or dust ?rhlefe
follows the manufactura of cement
and It Is probable thst with gov
ernment aid a very !ars-e recovery
of potash from this source will be
This discover? was due to th? re
' sources of Amerir-an chemists but r-tv
search of this kind would not have
been thought of had the i",ennsn pot
ash supply not been ?ut off. Ths
chemists and the men of science heve
now demonstrated that a considerable
Per cent of potash may b< ?e-cur?)
? from ths waste products of blast
, furnaces. Probably there Is no labor
atory* in the I'nited States where i
search work by American chemists is
j not now In procrees, the intent st
this time being to make dls?'orery and
| Industrial application nf these dia
? coverlee which will be of serrice to
the government during the war anal
also of highly industrial service when
the days of peace com.
Electro-chemistry is cei laisi t?
jopen up and In fact has slri-sc
?opened up a new era in th? Am? -
[lean lndust-isl development Th.?
?new science is sure to be creati ?
: facilitated when the covemment ao
acts as to make It possible to ??
! develop much of the wster powers
o? the United States now coing to
waste For when development of
' that kind comes an enormous out
put of cheep electric ?n?rg-j- creat
ed by the energy of water will ba
furnished to American Industry.
'There will also be opportuni!..' to
I create electric enerf-y which will
' ?rive the equivalent to 7.?00 decrees
ef heat and this will serve a *rerr ,
important service In developing new
To Educate Ei-Sernct Me?
The Uiaiveri lot-ado located <
at Boulder, Col., thirty miles north
wast of Denvsr. will admit to all de
partments, free of tuition and other
charges, all honorably discharged aol.
djer? and sailors from snr stste poe
sa-asslng the reuum-d education?! quali
fications, the Navy Department an
nounced yeeterday Th? school *>G
law of the University of ??olormrlo
will siso adroit all honorably dis
charged soldiers and sailor* who ha? s ? ?
haa? a high school education or Its ?>
equivalent, thoufh two years of col
isa? work .? required oi other appi,- ,
cants for aalBUasion.