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THElaaS?HERALD
Pu?? '.r-* .varai day In th? year
?y The Washington Herald Com
para at 4 25-431 Eleventh street.
*****a?l" ing'on. D. '""*.
?..-,?;| :? ?- F'.v-t-ar-?e ? Call M?ln
111?. (For cl?,s?:rta>d ?dv?rtls?m?nta
vik fn- Branch 1).
Memoir Auili B'ireau of Circula
CLASSIFIED RATES
Wa-itad Helo..??.
Vastad ? tttt*aa*S.
Wasted Etooroa and Board.
? e ?eut '.'. ^-., . ..
Wanted ? ?-'. ??.-- ,
Ym ?tie aatlara lissa oars......
Low tad Itasi.
ONE
CENT
A
WORD
iM'niantD
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row S-MS ? aa??. OM ti??. Sc Bam?, ad.
afar-? eonaecutia? tistes, SOe.
All Otker ? isaalllrstlaias?
Per 1 :?-?
l tiaa? ....,,, .f , , ,,m errata
I tin,?? teuwinUwly._.It -ana
? tunas t-a-aaaacitiillr._.K" *-***?"
t ttss?? mmttmttttt..?.??? ? c*a'*
? w men a-cai oosaaieirtittlr....... 1 ="'-*
Minimum taao Una?
FOREIG?! HEPR?!?*4TATlTe*l
rat s. a BEciiwiTH aptcuu atttt?t.
Hr* Taw? Ottica._Tribatx B.dl
Ck.-sio Oftc?._._.Trtfrns? f__k
Dstraaat l.f**ta*?.a? ^?? ??
H. ienn. Cintre.Tbt-** l?talas, Banl ax?
HELP WANTED?MALL
t?A.\TRla AT ?>??~?~ THICK DBIVKK FOR
Mnav trink. Salari tCTu? per ?eri. BOS
?? llerahl._ocItVX
B?SS^BOY^ST?OO UP WEEK.
VICTORY LUNCH. 1724 Pa.
?ve. nw. _ _ocl5-3t
wa.sTa.li ulti ? y.i?\ CT?r.R. ??G???*?
MARKET, ]9U Ilk a?, aia?._nttn**
? A.VrKJJ-ViLV, S.V?* TO ??????? IN
gmrre, ?fer. sa aw aa wes n?t ??-ccaaaeT**.
tati HARKI.!*. :>?? :Ca at. aw. "cLVCt.
^ESSENTIAL V. AR WORK.
?Ml classes of men wanted to
fill permanent positions. School?
are established in the yard to
teach the more important branches.
Good pay while learning. Condi
tions constantly improving. Apply
UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE. 1410 Pennsylvania ave.,
or VIRGINIA SHIPBUILDING
CORPORATION. Ale-tandria. Va.
WANTED?CAR REPAIR MEN!
car cleaners (white or colored),
first-class locomotive machinists,
first-class boilermakers. Time and
a half for overtime. Top salaries.
Apply ROOM 308. Union Station.
_tf
sHeet~mTtal worker
Steady employment inside for all
winter. Highest wages and good
working conditions. STELZF.R &
CO.. 1115 14th St;_ocl2-7t
BOYS TO SERVE HERALD. $10
per month and bonus. Apply
Mr. D. ANDELET. 660 E st. se.
_tf
MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORS
?Wages paid as follows: 43
cen's per hour for first 3 months:
46 cen*.s per hour for next 9
monih?. and 43 cents per hour
'.hereafter.
Permanent employment in this
ESSENTIAL OCCUPATION for
men of good character between 19
and 50 years of age.
Trainmen can make an average
wage in excess of $120 per month
at the lowest rate of pay.
Apply in person at 2 p. m. at
36*h and M sts. nw. Office of
THE CAPITAL TRACTION COM
PANY. Phone M. 9468. se24-tf
Sit.*, in ???? .V'Aliti KUK TBE CITI*
I'lrectory : [lain ?liter, and gax-d apella-ra.
fall at HOtlil I. ??I l! ,t. m?._ax*tl
wXVt?d - bk?kVm en fob pdt?Iu?c
-ara. 59 ce-i?? ?? borir: alao car rfLauraoao.
mst-hipa-ata. belpera. cmrpentera. Ira-Uht t?as?
nun, Smrrn ?pa ether -x-rupation, at aaritiu?
reluis Peoni) laaaia Uail-oa<l. Appli Mb Sen
J-nef aae. ae. aaj?aVll
W A NT E??^Bnt TO ????VC BEB ALU
ron- Apa.l, M, ??G??G???. ' ?; n\ sw
But v.lTH HI a. ? ? LE lu SEHVE HEKAUl
to Cleaeiand l'aria section; $12.50 per morta
nr more on cn-nnitaaioti ba.ia. Apply C1 lat
Cn.ATla"aN ????<*.??. Berald office. ?r?-tt
SEVERATTgOO?T BOYS" WANTED
to deliver The Herald; $8 to $10
per month: can make extra money
collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne.
akT-tl
W^TED^MEN TO LE?RN 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. D. C. sel5-tf
GOOD ROUTE_BO?rAPPLY"TO
H. E. SMITH. 803 C tt. sw._ tf.
AN ??G??????'?? HPEOIALTY ADVEK
tiajug .Quilt t can make ffood raotaty on roan?
tniiMcn h, working? r*art or all of tb? tlnie. Ad
dr-n? BOX 05. Herald office. ara, tl
HALT!
Boys, help Uncle Sam.
Earn money to buy W. S. S.
and Thrift Stamps by de
livering The Herald. $10 a
month and $2 a month bonus.
Apply Mr. S. TRAVIS. 819
3d st. nw. tf
HELP WANTED-FEMALL
nrCTS TS ?kDZ ??'? xli 1?EY.?V?
tawi-aa-a. Au-ar 10 au sa. to 3 p. m., SERV
ICE tilQ CO.. IOS t at. n?. (aid Boa?,) ocKWt
WlNTKO-LAniM ?? ???G ?a?e-G ron
Ih? Uty Durc-ory ; sat?n arrits a plain,
tata-Ibi? hand aod aneli cva-recU*. can at
ROtJM I. ?Il U a?, na?. oeS-t*
WASaTl!t>_\v..*aIAN TO \V(?Sk ?? 'liHty
rrjatoc?. BE!. ? IB s 1??????. IMS M *t,
?"? orini
Help Wanted?Male aod Female.
'""?til II AID Kok rTT'TFEsSlONAT.
OrFICatC: CALL ?S? O BT. NW. 8ata-ON|j
Fta-am i-RONT. WBDNESDAY EVEVV;
??G????? ; ano S._??', lt
UA.VrUi-l ?E nf A KtiKIi AlTtiMOBILK
fr.asa 1? a. sa. to ; [.. m w?tta boy or aa.inaah
aaa -M-et.tr it. Aawacr BOX 27? Uer-rtd offlr?.
_ocli*t
' Wanted
Men. women and childr?n
t_ to ia*? Libtnty taurrab a*>raa to kill th?
la t-i? sear t.'?utt sud InteUora ai ?
nrantttia. a.1 tnflbrnas. At draf .Urn. aid
'"aaa-.r -.kin Toalct limDauiT. ?MS BAb ?. law.
HELP WANTED-MALE. HELP WANTED-MALE.
Under Our Xew Scale of Wages
GOOD MEN CAN EARN
$30.00 to $35.00 A WEEK
As Conductors or Motormen.
ESSENTIAL WORK.
Exceptionally Good Pay.
Men within or above the draft age, this is
an exceptional opportunity to learn the street
railway business under good working conditions.
Our new scale of wages is as follow?:
?
-
For the first 3 months of service. . 43c an hour
For the next 9 months.4??c an hour
Thereafter .4<9c an hour
Apply any day this week
Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 12 m. (noon).
WASHINGTON RAILWAY
AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
Instruction Department:
14th and East Capitol Streets.
WANTED
The following labor at this company's
plant at Alexandria, Virginia, which is
only 30 minutes' ride from Washington:
Cabinet makers,
?e
Wood workers,
Carpenters,
Metal workers,
All classes of skilled labor,
Best prices paid.
ALEXANDRIA AIRCRAFT
CORPORATION.
WANTED.
200 LABORERS, 150 CARPENTERS
Wanted at once to work on
constructions of
Emergency Hospital for U. S. Navy.
Apply
TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO.,
23d and ? Sts. N.W.,
Washington, D. C.
Help Wanted?Male and Female.
GG???????. HoLSEaVonKtU, SJIAU. t'Ali?
il). lies ItUful sslburt), fio. bassa?, goo? WBraM
fr*, tr?na pert enl seoona. Tel?r*oooe KKNSITM!?
Tli.N? COW._ Ocl?-?
SITUATIONS WANTED.
IHlEfc?MAKlNO ?? THE DAY; FITTING
it?le ?niuaotMd cm gown? tor any c-cctikiu,
city TYt.rr-.Dtt?. Ul?S SMOLIK. P. 0. ?Boi
?*"? \c<*._oc 16-It
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
iltCB SitlCS. ATTB?aTlO?! BEAL'TIFTL
fuair-a-oosaa bainsr^ow; l?rc* lot; rite watar.
ami .rae car? l?i-e. Taso bandied dollars ICCOCOi
ilesm and ??? G" month. FOIVLEB REALTY
Co.. ?"J Itila at. nw. ^^^^ oclMt
?mf??TSi'OM HINHALOW, LARGE" E?T7
or;, criare, II.39. G??*0 ca.Il. balan? f>T? ID
month. FOWtm KfcALT? ?X>., TJ lOtb ?r.
??._ _. mis?.
UlUICt B?11CK HOl'S?. C BOOMS, BATH',
la?*"? La-eaie-ct. water atad light and brraterr.
Prie. $1.00?. on 1**7 terms. ?? Third ?treet
r-?-- ?? * to l?. SI. rUtellfft*. [>rirnfT.es,
_.?t.?-???
_REAL ESTATL_
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTUANTI? ? ?CBUB8AS BOUE?].
1. S. 70j:l1N?1JI, ?M tO BLOG M. '?a*.
Si. new trotee, atad baasstala*?*? l-eedj lot Ia*
????atatlOa*. tl.SW ID KM, B?a* t?rai*a.
FOR ^ALE?APARTMENTS.
OB 3S5E ????????? HulSE, NORTfi
?eat. ariti) 36 aiJlrtmentJ. A aplendid inTret
meut. AdalK-aa ' OWNER. ?22t Sbrpherd st.
ow., rltr. ocl6 3t
LOST.
i-il-IT-LAUIES* ?OLD WHIST WATUH tXt
tsecn Itlb and lltli via 1* st. dw. Return |a
li? mu it. ??. Itcward. oelS-.it
? nUCK LEATHER BO?KOVER
I On t?eptembir ?; ml'iod as sift ; nani* m
flit. H.?-ri M. WOOD, zu a nth ?t. ?.<?;?*?.;
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
LI lIlllLlt. ???-1,1 lij-lta ."li, t*)<?. ili ?
??G. BENNING RACE TRACK CHAN!.
STAND._ocUVft
IINK I.ATRl'IIE;~HOT WATER "S >l I.Eli .
1.300 ft., steam Nil 1er. 1.830 ft., coal abate
did,; few niantlea; call between 12J0 and 5
; m- :? llth nt. nw. ??>??????????. ivH-t
"wreckers and buildersT
tTic WBEClT ?L?TRInUS OF BIIIUilN-iS.
A. B. THtlMI'SON. Dtlit.? Wrerkrr
and Riil'drc _ ar!? tf
WANTED TO BUT.
wjuTaAU. in m n\LiTTSBiD"AC*ro
tnobUs -St? or -nb-ti*-sa, aad pa, 7ou biffai?
une? tar Misa', fa-afkam'i, rklMj-m?, dj?
esa-daad ototfaiaf. ax* all * ****** luff, ktttem
????! sr vaom? I wOi CSU ?, MC? ita Illa,
tat, ow. ???.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. ?
100 SALESWOMEN WANTED
The Palais Royal Offers Congenial employment to Women
To Sell Fall and Winter Coats, Suit?, Dre??et, Blouses. Knit Underwear,
Muslin Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corset?, Household Wares and
other Necessaries.
??ood Salaries, Pleasant Environment.
Store Hours: 10 A. M. ?o 6 P. M. with 45 minutes for luncheon.
Experience not necessary. Applicants may arrange (or either full or
part time employment.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
I Want 7 5,000 Employed Women
TO READ THIS.
EMPLOYED WOMEN WHO CONTRACT
INFLUENZA
iOr Any Other DI??M.?e Common to Both Sexes or Su.tain ?n Accident
WILL HE PAID
?For I/O?? of Time? Disability Due to Injurie,? ?
? ilttOO per seei-ar (or total diaal.TJitjr for taro I SIDO) par meet it prrtial diubUits I? t.u-atd
liuradnd were,-? by tr?,cl ?.rid nta. ?tr,
| m*Jt l?r ?re.lt It toul dia-.bilitj ia canae-d bj ... .. ?IL'*k,") "?'?*". "f ",'?**? ? .__.
tr..el arvidnt? ?Ac. to taw b?uasj <ll?v?bilit? II t-oull-ser-il
BXa) par see?. lor psvrti?! dia?J,iUtr. limitad t:W i?r ?let f?*- KH.I dieaMata if ?ot con
to TX weeks. 1 inri to th. borrar*. Limit U .een.
$2.(100 Accidental Death Benefit.
Medical or Surgical Treatment of Minor Injurie?.
Identification.
Kipa**a. of irlsri?^ Insured In rar? of
Manda ?111 tar laid up t?. ?in It arride, I r
lllnesas mske* ber unabl. to loniiaiLnucata ?titli
tb.ni.
When th. lo'tirl?. do not nan's, in death or
(iiaalilitj but ttKl'iir. medica! or aurgtral at
temine, oo. a, ear It s ainsi. IDdemrrHy Hit- Mi la
allowed.
MANY OTHER BENEFITS.
No Medical Examination Required. Annual Premium?.
Age? IS to SO year?. Inclualve, $15.00 Afe? 51 to 55 year?, inclusive, $717..40
Ases 66 ?a 60 year?, inclu?lve. $35.00
May lie Paid Quarterly.
PAUL F. GROVE, Broker
414 Southern Building.
The Maryland Caaualty Co., Reliable Inaurane.? (All Kind.).
Phone Notar Before It I? Too I.ate?Main 77t?.
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobile*. Tlrea, kvvraeorl?**.
Repairs, Truck?. Trailer?, ?lor
igr. Taxi?, A a to ?*.[?*?. Ca
rnee?, Batterle?, Etc.
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES.
A SAXuS n>DB HlTNABOtT IN rtRPEl.T
running casridilion; maximum mileage for Bai
eoassumisuon: [?-ice, Vi? Cr? cash l'bone after
S p. m. CLEVELAND C*. orti-:?;
USED CARS.
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World,
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
77703 N. Broad st..
l'bi'.atklphi?, i'a.
?CO?, car. to ?elect fream-MU, 1J17, I?s?
ar .del., in all make.. ISSO tip. .'at.losrie fra?.
on reeiuaast. tJct.?.ll.ll.l?.lS.a.TO.TS.lS^?
AUTO EXCHANGE.
3-Ton Truck
for Hire.
ONE WEEK OR LONGER
WITH DRIVER.
ADDRESS BOX 303,
WASHINGTON HERAID.
-l2-.f
AUTO REPAIRS.
-too Ar? SaflaierJ
WheD son tiaao bad- an expert auto mechanic
examin. and repajr roar cr. We turn ont onlj
?? ctoe* work, ' r:e! rr our larg. ?..trvosge
era! auto rt-pairtng. ?It make
The D. & P. Auto Repair Shop.
Ott U at. at 14th._l'bone Franklin 71U,
AN? e'EK VICK, IDI Tl al k., ?wl MsaWasa
Auto, ut .ns msk? and age 1-ep.ired ot rtboilt
Kord. Used whil. rou walL Mr-race. KOB
IT"? UACKEY. 113 Idtb st. aera. Uoroln .7380.
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
l'Alt OWNLKS SOT ONLI FIND OCR
Ir cation oh ..nient, oui tut lotig expeneorr
wrtb ?ntu. * of .tent salue to the thotiaarvls
we serre. *r? ?e seraiug your cat! Full atocl
acceseoriee, ,?ila*. fresse?, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
t* ft st. Main CM
MOVING, PACKING, STORING^
MOVING
! W* firmi in largo p*dd*4 van? tad aartfal ??
: to handle roar food?.
{ ? ac ? EPS of fureitnre, pianai, tulot. Bri?-?
briic, ffte. ?t?-??^?/, nn util/,
j ?sH.i'PIM? Co ill ?ana t.t tbe world,
j -????G.? fot furai ??t?. ?????#. god txoot*
?olrl gouda.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 8S42. N. 3.14S.
H. 3344. NlRht or Holi
day, Franklin S9U.
LONG-DISTANCl"; MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
AI.moLLTLLT G????'????- ?TUIL? .?6.
PsVim*, M l?d Op. MoTing mtv* l'ec-kio?
iMlfcp HTATE8 STORA.?f CO. ?m.? tatb
?f on Pbop-w M 423 and _G???t.*1t? Ml tf
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That .Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any alga
refriarji-ator or ?moline roo?.
611 F St. N.W. Fr.nE.ii-2757.
_BUSINESS CHANCES.
BH Im i? illuni ?? i Dort vok
)tmr home; brighter than <lertm , ch?-aper
104 rater than candie? : SCO 'andlepower.
Lami* and lantern* of all c?a*?**. M Ft.;. A-T?T..
?22 7th at. a?. ocl'-U
.SEW?PAPEK RoL'TE IN BEST HECT??N
of city, earnmc? %:bi) per month; pr?tent ewe*
tr voluntarily *m her-rice: r-eaaooabt? tmv. Ao- '
ply CIHCLXATION MANAGER. Urr? M et
ti?. _ -ri: il
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LO?.To*? ai I'll"v EU" OTT
te*l a-atat, at low-st cnrrrtit rate?: aptanal
pnn'etea ?itb raapecc In pai-** ?? nuc??
TTt.ER * M'THERFORD lie.. Kit ISth al tl
_EDUCATIONAL._
ST. ALBANS
Tb? aSahe-ui Cathedral Mrboo) tor Boy?
C'?un try Dar and Uoerdir.g School
Reopen* VVedn-ewlaT. Septfmtxr S, IMI
bishop ok w asbinuto.v
i'ieaulttit of Boerd of Trutte??.
WILLIAM W CHURCH,
Head J1j?m-..
T'Iej-h't" Ckreleod Ci. a?JAXK
George Washington
University Law School
CO EDUCATIONAL.
Member A ?-tonai inn of Am?rica t? I.aw School?.
, Clan*.. for -.t.. 1 ? ? -I itud?nta.
SPECIAL COURSE IN
MILITARY LAW
Students' Army Training Corps
Registration Still Open.
lecrrtary. Maar-t'ic Tena-Je. il.in 1340,
Washington College of Law.
CO-E DUCAT 10 ? A I..
Tuition, $75.
Catare? diacontintird trroporarily tar requct of
Board of Health. Aimouneeiner.t of reopen
ing v.itt be mad? later, office ot*n for regis
trati)?! 10 to 6, 11)7 New laaatfc Ale. I'booe
Mala ?K.
PERSONALS.
WoHKIN^MEN. IT IS NO RKFLBTTION
ob i? li it must charge mere when thi*
present ?tock of new paots ar? fotte, but we
bought heavy to -protect our trade and we mra
doing that. ?Sec what ft up buy*. *"'' ?* "***
mm? rood cash. Comea haudr in tlie houae.
JCSTH'K OLD STAND, t*9 D at. ocM-It
DR.REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVFR 30 YEARS ?**?\9? n*g*m t
? ver*, t? itLrtrvo th, Cm 0( ??a?
Ncraou, ,Dd t?pa-c?al Dlaaa.aa of Urn an" m,***A
Means Health to You If You Suffer
From Calanti, Otaa-Mt*. nbi-umatliin. i.uori*a
U6D, ?.-'*. Throat, La-tifa. Bra?D. Heart, t??-..:
and Hklti l?Mtat-a, Nerrtaja D,btbt>. Kadney
MMM-ti ?ItAoei TroubU. Spra-Wc Blood I'ol
aoninf, kninftotaa, Ulcrra, and All I'n.af, Da
eue. Cured for Lila by ettt ?latboda.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting 1'oom for Ladies
Office Hc'ira. IM to I. i to A Hunda?. I? an \??
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
'.' V "W ??????.< AND BBAbCS.
WIM'"?? SHADES MADE TO DitUKit
Belt Opaima on ? ? Bollrti.
J. ti. ??RKINKKItT. W I ti or
_Phone I Cg_ttlS
RUCTION SALES.
Tho?. J. Owen A Son, liiril.inr? r?.
thustkiw sale or valuable two
?tory brick dwelling No. HOB C atreet north
eaat By virtue of a certain deed of truat duly
rtcordtd, ih Liber No. 4061, Folk) 4tt ? amtr.,
of tlie i*"i'''-l ree* rd? of tbe District of Columbia,
aifd at tlie requent of tbe parti ac-cured there
by, the indenlpied truR?e-aa will ?ell, at r-vb
lie auction in front of tlie prtmiaee. on FRI
DAY THE tXA DAY OP OCTOBER. A. D..
1918, at 4 10 o'clock \x n.., tbe following
described land and premia??, aituate to the
Diatrict of t'olumHa. and d?*lfiiated aa and
being lot .:?* lu Chirl.a H. Daridson'a sub
ilnij,;, ut certain lot* in Bqnar* 1064 ma fag
plat reenrdid in tin Office of the Snrre>or of
tbe District of Columbia in Book tt rage S.
Term* of Mie. Seid lubject to a prior deed
of tnuM f'T ll.T?fl.W and the amount -over and
gmtt ""td truat to be oaid in c?9b. A depont
of J10?.W r^quir^d at time of tale and tbe
pgSsaaXtt allowed 20 days to complete the ma?
Cltaae. Furtber partirulara at time of aale.
DAVID R THOMA?, KCOENB H. TAti
<;akt, TlwrtM?. ocJG-9t ei vi
PROPOSALS
DEPARTMENT OF" THK INTER!OU,"WaH?T
?nfton, October li, 1911. Healed propopatt In
du?Ticate will >* recelred at the department ntitil
2 o'clock p. ui.. TLE8DAY, Noiembtr 5. 1S1I, I
and then opened, tor -furtiiahing ard inntaHiition
of track acal* compiete at .-vai ?it Kai* bet h'a
Hoarit?! Waahington, D. C, in accordance ?itb
apectflcationn, coj iea of which may be obtained
upon ?ppticaticn to the Chief Clerk of tbe de
partment. ?. ?. HOPKINS, Aaairtut Hecre
t#i*jr. ?G?? M
FM SALJt^FURNITURE.
?'KKiVr Furniture credit
HOI'WiiOD'S l'ipuinr Prie? Furm
ttire and Ht?.ve 8tr?r'', ?th A K St?
_DINING ROOMS.
?SHMORE HOTEL- AND T?FE.
12th and ? ?. W. ?, UJ? U
Dining-rooms {or Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Pnces.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
~
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
A Tt ..',:? ? r M *-?,_:?*.;*.,. ??
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
_ I'rompt ?t<rto d>H>?fO" atm?.
FUNERAL JJIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
MiHn:.*. rty invitattoo \. ?.? Mv'-rrtsM Uor
tinana. tier?er* rrrdrrrd id al) pan? U t??
tiiit?td etitfg n) aptciti nrptirwi ta'i.ca
Telephone S>$?t_ fc'ubl|-?b*? ???
Main mb\2-i?iZ jjJ^Qjh i.edy
i:.J'i :.2 fa. ^ajj^^rUql^ A^iatarU
W. W. C-uamtxt?.
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Cbapin ?L ?N- W.
Wg G a* Am?T?iOfcll?f B-rrri-re Esc Inai Tr !y.
MuJ?ih L'uapt?, ?L>a> or Mgl.i. G'.job? Col. tS.
DIED.
ADAMS-?n Sunday, October li. IM?,
at ?t?t?*. p. p?., of pneumonia, at
Fort Ogiethorpe. Ga.. EUWARU
LEE, beloved ?on of Sarah tVauih
und the? late Amo? S. Adam?, lu
the 777th year of hi? a?e. ?
Funeral from hl? late remiden?,
1742 ? ?treet northwc?t, on Thurs
day. October 17, at 2 p. tn.
AHERN-On Monday, October 14. 191?.
at I7l2 a. m. MARY V. AHtttt
(nee Herbertl. beloved wife of
George I-. Ahf rn.
Funeral from her late residence. UH
Ka.t Capitol ?treet. today at 11
a. iti.
BANKS-On Mondav. October 14. IMS.
at her residence. TM/TM Sherman
avenu??. I'AllolJSE, wife of the
late Essex Bank?, and beloved
mother of Essex anal Lieut. Blch
ard ? Kritik, who I? now srvervln3
ln France.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BECK?On Monday. October 14. IMS.
MABEL FI.1ZABETH BECK ?net
Heiden, beloved wi.'e of Henry '
Beck.
Fun, ral tomorrow at 3:30 G. ra . from!
residence. 7<l (Juincy ?treet north
weit Interment private (Jersey
?'lt>' papers pleas??' cropy.'
BECKETT?Suddenly, on Monday.
October 14. IMS. at 2 p. m., at her
r. .-.der.ee. BIS? Second ?ire*? north
earn, MAKY A. BEt'KETT (l?e?e
Hurd). beloved wife of David H.
Beckett.
Funeral today at 10 a m . a? ?he
r. ?.lento Mas. at St. Josephs
Church at 7 a. in.
I BOBINE?On Thursday. October 10.
IDI? at 11 a m.. at Casualty Hos
pital after a brief Ulne??.
I'HARI.ES MERBITT BONIHNK.
Interment at Mount Holly, X. J.
BOK?OUXI?On Monday. October 14.
IT-T?. at 7 '.? a. m.. at hi? residence?.
21" ? street northeast, 811?? P.
BOIGOGKI.
Funeral from J. William Lee1?, un
ti, rtnkeir?. Notice of time here
after.
ROwnuS-On Monday. October 7.
197?. at Foil Dupont. Del . of iran
isti Influent?. Private JAMES L
"BOWEI?, beloved son of Mantaret
Simms and the late Augustus
Bowel?, of Oxen Hill. Md.. aeed
7*7? veer?.
Interment at the military national
? ''metery.
BOWLES?On October 177. UK EV\
MAY. wi!V of William U Howl..s
Notice of .??lierai later.
BRENNAN?On Saturday. October
1? tarnt, at N'ir.1 Base Hospital.
Hampton Roads. Va.. JOHN F.
I?P.ENNAN. the beloved son of
Marv E. md the la'..? Patrick
Brennen, aged 21 yeai?
Funeral from hi? late residence. T-cao
Eighteenth s'reet northeast.
Brookland. today at 11 a m.
BROWN?On tietober 1?. IM?, st ?
a. m.. at ?Tcorze Washington I nl
versltv Hospital, of pneumon?a.
EDITH t.ERTRCDE. l*clov?*,l
eiauchter of Charles J and Edith
M. Brown mee Crutchleyi, aged 77T7
years. ,
Funeral (private) from her prirent?
residence. No. Ill? Newton street
northwest, .lomoi row at 11 a. m.
BROWK?Departed this life, suddenly.
Mondsv mornlnrr. October 14. 1MV
at 9:1" a. m.. at his residence. ?
Vlrtrlnl? avenue southwest. HEK
BEBT A. BROWN, the Irelovetl
husband of Bell Brown.
Notice of funeral later.
BRYXN?On Tuesday. October 17.. IMS.
at 9* a. m. I-l'I.A BRYAN (nee
?"awi-evl. beloved w'fe of William
W Bryan. Ren-tin*? at her
sisters iesidence. 17,3 Fourtcentn
street.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Bl'TLEB-On Frldav. October 11. UU.
at her residence. 273 ? street south
west. KATE BFTLER. the devoted
wife of ("c?rate Bu!?--? tel?^??MJ
ter of tho lito Gabriel and Bettle
Robinson, lovin? mother of four
children and devoted sister ot
Rosie Norton.
Notice of funeral later.
CANTY-On Monday. Ootntvcr ' I W*.
after a ??rief illness. KATHERINE
?? CINTY eldest and beloved
daughter of Marv A. Cantv in??
Hprriiran), and the late Patrick M.
Cantv.
Funeral from her late residence. ~
Fourteenth street ??ortheast. to
morrow at 9 a. m. Interment pri
vate.
rtVTY-On Tuesday. October IV.
j,*})*, .f?.. a brief illness. ????
?. ' CANTY (nee Borri ?an), be
loved wife of the late Patrick H.
Canta'. . ,.?.-.
Fi-neral from her late res'.ience ...
Fourteenth street norther..', "?
morrow at 9 a. m* Funeral pri-,
vate. ? ]
C?"TER- On Sundav. October It.
?!? at :t3? o m.. EMMA CARTyR
meo Peters!, the dau?hter of the
Inte Willis?? and Maeth.i Peters,
sister of Fannie Madison. fe"?11
.Inojcson. Boh-rt snd Edv.nr,l ref
ers, ?unt of M-rtha Wood. LeRoy
Psnder and Mildred Peter?.
F""crsl from her Inte residence, im
Bennl'ur rc"d. todsv a? 2 p. m.
Interment Payne Cemetery.
roi.E-nn Mondsv. rvtolr-cr ?. 1??
???t?S s- m, ct.AB?. MAY ("-bEj
ciee Teewi?) l?"loved d?u-Me?- of |
Forliert and Jennie Lewis (nee,
Connor) _
Fixerai from hor late residence. I
????? ]< 5tr-e*e? ?routhes-'. Iod??y at
4~p. m. Pelat'vea and friend? in
vited to ?'tend.
COI ?-Mrs. ID^ G. COLF, ?he be
loved wife of Norman Cole, aped
TW 5er""?. She waa born June 22.
ISSU She leaves to men?? her loss
o hus'-ftnd and six children and
five ?Ister? nn.? brothe--. (Mary
land paper? pleaae copy.)
???'"???8-?? S'inC-v, P-'-*>??r ??
1-.1S. at Baltvl'l?. Va.. JOHN JO
SEPH, heiov"? ?-?'ah--??? '* E'-?r?,?r
O. md son of Mr. and Mrs. James
J. ?*onnor?.
Furor-ra? se-vioe? p? 12*e TrvlnE street
northwest at later date.
COON?Dorrarfed this l'fe on '??fen
dra ? October 1?. IMS. MARTHA
vi,L??N COON (nee Payne), be
loved wife of John W. Coon. In
her <??>?|) veer.
Fupr?-?l tpHva???? f?OV7? oer late
residence. 71? Columbia road.
CO*-"1"*.! LO?On ?indray. October IS. |
ITtl?. st ? o. m., at her res'de??'-,. ?
1??7**? Fourth ??-eot northeaat. AN
NIE M COSTELLO mee Br?h
ler). beloved wife of Mich?el F. ?
Costello.
Funeral from her late residence to
1 -morrrjw at 1 p. m. Interment at I
?2, ?e.,.,.?, C-?r?y.
DIED.
Cl* V NI ?? H A M?On Sunday. October
IS, 1?18. at l:U P. m.. CATHERINE
R08K, belovtd wife ef Oeorte Cuti
nln?ham anal daughter ef A. ***
Nail?}', of ?1 Ninth atre? ?outli
eaat.
Funeral (privile) front her lilt
reaidence today at G p. m.
DANDK1DGE?On Sunday. October 11.
1*1*. at Ili p. ra, at her reaidence
lit? ??-rlle atreet northeatst, AU
NK8 ruNnRirxiK i-m >Anii-i*i?>,
beloved wife of Henaon Dani. Id?,*?,
devoted daujhter of Mary W111
lama, and mother of Florlce. Leu
l?e and Emettine Dandi-Idee, and
?later of Mr?. Ida Jackaon ana
Mra. 8u?lt* Roblnaon.
Funeral from her late reaidence to
morrow at 1 p m.
DE COST ?-The death on AujrJat li.
1S17. at Eanm.bar, Africa, of
SAMUEL, FRANCIS DE C08TA.
an Anurie-tn eltlnen. la reported
by the American Conaul at Mom
basa. Eaat Africa. The leeal rep
resentatives of deceaned can ob
tain further Information by ap
plying to the Da-fPartraent of
Bute. Wauhinfton. D. C.
DODSON?On Surdav. October 11.
1918. at her rcalaence. 17 Fifth
?treet northeaat Mra. ABBI ?
DODSON. wife of Arthur U DoaJ
lon.
In'ormetit e* Bethel Cemetety.
Alexandria, Va., toticy.
DONOHUE-On Saturday, October 13.
?18. at Jeraey City. H. J.. EL1*A
MAT. beloved wile of Robarrt L.
Donohuc.
DUNN?On 8unday. October 13. ?It
at 7:16 p. ra.. at her residen.c. ,li
Twenty-third atreet northwest.
MABKI. H.. beloved detuthter of
William F. and Mary J. Dunn.
Funeral tomorrow at 1 p. m.
EDMUND*?On Monday. October It,
It-Ik, ill L m.. after a brief ill
ness, at his residence. Uli
Twelfth ?treet northwest. HARRY
EDMUNDS, husband of Ma y tne
Edmund? and brother of William.
Henry. Arthur. Frank. Ellen
Chile? and Grace Early. tie
leaves three chlldien.
Funeral from residence today at 1
o'clock.
FOI.I.IN?Departed this life Sunday.
October 13. 1818. at ?Mb p. m . at
hla residence. U** Arion street
northwest. GEORGE H FOt.EIN.
beloved hurbend of Florence fc..
Foll?n mee Barntai
Funeral will take place from hie
late residence ttslay at 2 p. in.
Relatlvea and friends Invited,
j GARDNRR-Departed thin lite - tar.
d?y ttiornini. October 1Z. l?lk. Ht
8:S0 o clock, at his residence. t***3
Twenty-H?th street northwest.
JAMES MILTON, beloved ?on of
Richard and the late Carrie Gard
ner, and devoted brother of V\ alter
?.. Arthur T.. Gas-orse. Frank.
? child. Jt.. Mary Williams and
Carrie Gardner. Ment-lins can be
aaeen at Robert L. Dono'tue ? tu
ner?! parlor, JOS M street lortjt
we?t.
Furerai today at IP a. m. Bur,al
at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
?GII.PIN?On Monday. October II. IMI.
at Georgetown t'niverr't?-' Hos
pital. J. BI.AKE GILPIN.'soh of
Mr. and Mr? C M. GMnln antl
husband of Edith G. Gilpin ? nee
Vallery).
Funeral from his Inte home. l.an
hnin. Md.. tomorrow at 4 p. m.
'. GLENNAN?On Tuesday. October IS.
1918. at S:**?' a. m.. at hita r-ruden-..
1213 Euclid street tio-tliwf.i.
RICHARD BRIAN. h<loved soil
of Richard B. and Rosa R. "Jlen
tian. sj*ed is yeara
Funeral private.
GOETTELMANN-On Monday. Oc
tober 14. 1?18. at j|". a m.. at haa
residence. Hyattevllle. Md.. FER
NEND C. GOETTi.'I.M.VNN. I.?
lo\ed husband of Germain* lioet
telmann (nt*e SchirrV
Func-al from hia late residence
tomoirow at W a m. interment at
Mom? ??vet Cemetery.
GOODWIN?Departed this life oa
Monday, October 14. UM. at *M
a. ra.. at her re'den
<".a-ora-?a avenue northwei-t. EDNA
CAR VIEL. GtTODWIN. dearly he
loveal daua-hter of Pauline E. and
Edward H. Goodwin.
Funeral tprlvatei from her late
residence today at 12 t,', lock ????:?.
GORDON?In sad hut lovlna* ?. ma m
hrance of MARY' GORDON, tie
deat wife cf w. M Gordon, who
departed thia life Satan Jay < i, t...
ber ?, 131?. at her resilience. 1447
Potomac street njr.hwest
Funeral Frldav. October 1?. at 3
p. m.
HARRIS-D. t.artod this li'.- ??, Sam
day. October 1*", 191e. at i p. m_
after a bi ief Illness SAatAH.
daughter of the late John and
Margaret Harris and de\"t?,
of John Harris and Fiorine ?in
ters
Funeial private.
HOGAN-Oa Sunday. October li. IMI,
at II a. m . aftt>r a short ilina??.
MAE REI.I.E. beloved wife ?
Henry L Hogan.
Funeral from her late residence,
apnrtment 20. the Penhutst, to
day at 10 a. m.
HOKK-Deiaart?*?* tht? life on Mon
ilav. October 14. l!*l*i. at U*:4? a. ??.
FANNIE WISE, aged '21 months,
betova-d datichter of Henry Manin
and Trtacllla Wise Hoke inee Eat
ler)
Funeral from her Inte residence, ril
I -?treet northwest, today at 3:3U
o'clock. Interment private.
HORGAN?On fund*?. October ts.
IMS. st Citv Point. Va.. MARGA
RET ERWIN, heloved dauahter of
Mrs Maty E Horsan and the late
Edmund Horran, of ?am Third
street northeast.
HYSON?Departed this life on Frldav.
October 11. 1**1>*. at 7:?a1 a m. rt
her residence. Broad Branch road.
Che*ry Chase. ANNA, th? heloved
wife of John Hyson, mother or
Simuel. Louie, John. Jr.. ai.d
Goonre Hyeon.
p..peral from lier laie residence lo
day at 3 p. m.
JOHNSON?Departed this life on Sun
day. Octol-er 11. IMS. at 3:3? a. m..
at her residence. *****i New He**n*a
Shire ?a-enue n-.e.*Ir-e'-? *VV|
JOHNSON, devoted vrtfe of Her
bert Johnson, another of Herb ri
Johnson. Jr.. snd belovea* daugh
ter of Mary I'eKrom ?rd sinter ot
Viola Pettrom and Nettie Morcan
She l?aves a host of rslntivee ano
friend? to mot'r** he?* loas
Fnneral tnn-iv at 13 o'clock from tin
late residence
JOHNSON?I*? S"~*l-i?-. Oe'ober i*t
1*1?.? at w -*e.-; "? ? rinn VO'.i ?
?? I.'E JOHNSOVinee DucVMtl.
beloved wife of CHfVard !.. Jc**?n
son and da"thter of Marion l'?ne*.?
??t a-ail the late Gabriella A
Duckett.
l*-termep? at P"-ek Cr?a?k Ceme
tery today at 11 o'clock.
JONE***? On Hu-'-v afternoon, October
H. l?l?. et S*""i O ?a-e-? northwest
*-*n<*\-crp m tONFS wtdov 01
Frederick W. .lope?, lof Oeor-re
town. a*red 7s* years. Remains
m*v b? ?een at underfi'lnp ea
tehr-tament of Ceottre ??. Wi...
?Kayi M r'reet nor? h ?-es t.
Funeral ? priva tel this momln-c.
JONEP-On Octol--er 14. *M ?fier a
brlV Illness. O. \?*. JONE*. t>e
loved husband of Mary K. Jona-?.
in hl? 63rd y-cr.
Funerei from GT**e W. Wise'? un.
dert*kl**nr es*?**1*s?1.Tiept tod-iv.
Interment at Olenwood Cemetery
JORD^?_On Sunditv. October I?. 1918.
st **:**3 s. m . *it h*S a-estri??.,?, fleer
r.lendele. >'d.. HVRWi R..
heloved husband of Suaie D. Jor
dan.
Funeral from t**" residence todiy
at 3 n. m. (Milwaukee papers
please eopv.>
Kir>w*fji,l^.cin ?fondar nctober ?
toi?, a? ? ? r? . at F?.?? fhuroh.
Vs.. HARRY ? K1DWKI.U Jr..
>-e|ofe.i er,n of Harry F. and L*na
M. Khlwcll.
F*i'"*?re* a r a*?<e. st Falls Church.
Va., tomorrow at 3 p. m.
?LACaitr?Ot? VaM-<*ay. (VtilVr It t*!**.
rt ??'* rr-m***' raseldence. 11*0? G
>?-??. rp.^f,,^!tt 0, ',,lr.e.-i-!?
?<*'*?'''.^., ' M <*8. I-.tCEY. bet?v?d
twin "I ot Owen S. and Rome lav
(ne* Wllavtmi
Funeral thi? evenln?. Octobtar It.
LACEY?On Monday. October 14.
1818, at 8:1? a- m.. ?t his r**?l
J.-o* *"*/*8 ?'1?, rtrrct tierthve-t.
^T j?i
DIED.
WILLIAM H Jr ??esW??*?? corn ?*
1K1I? and ihe l?ie Waltlaiii M
aaaBS**s?B?"i
Eunersl frotn hl? Ute Madame? J?v
morrow a? i s?- ??? rrtgmia ma
vite?!
LAMBERT-On SslurdaV.
"12. IMS. ft I p m . at ?-a?fl^_??i7,?,'?
S?A.. JOHN MAcTH?R?*-oN
1.AMBERT. privat? final cl*??
only ?on of K?nnl' MacPherao?
and the lat? John B Lamlaen
Funtial ipr(v?tei from hi? l?i?
residence. *% **ix*J> ?tra*? ?ooO
?mE
LANCAOTER-Departed thi? 4f? m?'
Mono? Octobsw 1?. 1W?- al H >
a m., at her ie?,dence, ?S? rr
mont irtrcel northweM. a?UIH?
BAREKAH. beloved d?ur?uer
Herbes Erlwal-d ?nd AcmmacA
William? Ltor-rraataM .
Nutl.v of funi nil hc.?sst|e?r.
LAN?DOWN?O-. Monda... (Vf* '
14. H*, al 1-3 ?. m. Il h?** r?v'
denee ma Haye? ?ireet north- r?
ea? Mr. FLlWtE tt. 1-??**
DOW1M (n?e Lumedenl.
Notice of funcrsl herr?fier iKiea*-??
ertck?"?urii. V?. paper. pltrsaea^
coi y ?
LANT?V-On T-fsjrday. ????????G IV ttlt..
?t her realdewice. ?U? Nireetoeanih.
??re*t notthwfaat. ???? UNO
ataier or the laie Dr. Harry ? :
Sheiman ?nd bersloved ?lf? ol .
Franklin W ImttX
LEVITT-On Sund?: . Oc*sTobae ?..
IMS. ?t w? m. Ita., a? her rea?- '
dence tn K ?treet north?.**??-'
EDITH B.. *4?ll?h4Ter o? Mr ??4 ?
M... ?. 6. Lerittand ai.ter ofsj
Mr.. T L Hack?. William Mietei,
? -.id David l^vitt _ ,
Funeral tods? at 2 p m BarMetl?seav
and friend. In?, ?'.ed. KintTrv tiimi
flowci s. i
LEI>ELlEY-'>n Tue?4?a OrloeMr tiff
IMS. at ?he lavsidenie of harr ?
??Mushier. Mrs H?lolaseH>sveuy, TpalT??
Thii'eenth ??reiet monhwrnn.?,
AI>L*LE lof Bt Die. Kraticr'.
?idow of Aoaene Laden??. In buf,
??Wh yesar.
Futveral ?ervice? at her late raata??
dence loday at ' ;t> ?>. rr.. TV
LONCJ?On Tueaday. October 11. WH.?!
at 9:4? ? tn.. at The resstdence ef ?
her aaon. ?. ? LoaiK, illlr Kastfarn ??
avenue. Takoma Park. ELISA-?
BETH B. LONC
LrU.N.e.
t Williamspo't. Md.
lntasrmepi et Williamspect
MARTIN?Huddenlv. Mondsy. < ?cio
ber 14. l?lt. Mrs. MAIUJAKETTS F
M ABT IN *?
Funeral from her l.te home. UaS.7
Gal??? street northeast, lomorssow a?
at 1 p. ??**.
McFADDEN-On Monday. Ocla*??*? y
14. nil*, at St* p. m. a? his ??*?
?t'cdco. "343 f ?treet northwest.
NOBLE <~ Mel AIM'FN 1-esJovatt *,
?on of Allon R ar.d Pauline atmeT
Fadden ?ntc Whaler;, aaiftei ? ?
??ars ?".
Nonce of funeral hereafter. sr
, sVtcOI'lO?On. Sunds... October, list
IMS. at l:t* a. m*. FRAN?J*Eli i.
McUl'lO. beloved eon ul Uavacd
? and Ellis McCuio. ?? l3S Path .
?rl.aee northwest ?
\ Notice of fonerai ht-sramfter. .
Mt' .?REN?O.i Monday. ?Vle*a?*T 1?.'
? 1-ili. ?t I'nited Stata?. Faibli?*
B-rrvlce Emersene?- Hosrpitra!. "
HANNAH N. beloved a? If? O??.
Dut:? an Molaren, aited 7> >?*?aU'av. ?
Fuuer.il from . Seraic-on's, ' Kit _
Sa?,vcnth street northwest, tomoi - #
row at : ? m. 1.iieirocut in
vale.
ME'-.ELT?On Tuer da? o-eber G?. '
?. ai S a. ni. ELN-K'.A .!?
MEOKE. belrved .:.?t;??.?? ?nf
Mary A. aalc.nr* and tbe la Ut t
E Me-seo.
Notice of funeral later from 2.2, O
t southwest.
MIDDLETON-uerarted thl? life on
Sunday October n. it-.?. t-, it*
p. m.. at her reeidc .w, 4-01 EdsVo.
place northrasl. MARTil.? ?1?- '
DLETON. nurse, b. loa-ed. mpth? ?
of Cora Washington, Mrs Mar? .
I ici m. u. Bunard Middleioa
??TarBdmo7h.-r of Hr.rrnon U'illls
Funeral f-om h--r \?? i-esld?noe to
day at in o'clock ? m
MORIU8 ? s.'unir ?, OcToboT It
Jil\ at 7;li p. m., at her ?-c-a*1
"leirr. "1 JaclTr??n ? Tieet l,
????t. ?(.er a beriet Ulara.1. M .?,?*!:
.? MORRIS 'ine ItariMai. She
?,..-ive? to mouin -, ? ??
ao'?-d husband, ("litici, r?. Morn?, a
eSsriBel irioTI.. . , nrija HanH
??'?.,? mee Dar? rum?, tand ?sirva??,
'?Iren, .?eren sialer? and foui ?
blo-.hei?. be>ides leUtive? anal
f 1 Teliti?.
Fui. ral (om her mother's i?e?i
dmee ?? Sesasnili sln?et saruth
aTaaast, toua> at 9 lo m. m.
MOSER-Oa Mond??- Oo'.oiaer M
.;RA<-E. beloved wife tif AIM.
Moser.
Funeral from home. 10J77 Kenvoari
?treet ioda> st : o'clock. titricUy
private.
Ml'NCH - At ,'iinp Humph?
CARL J. U lot cu son of <'a?Th- ?*
arine and the i.-tle Yalerntiue
-Munch.
Fun. ral ser-, .ce? al si. M??* ?
?"tmel.ia. V, .dl.eeds), UclOa*assf ?
1*7 ni G???? p. ni
IH'RHa? Osa Monday. <a.t?TH,? ??,
1"1S. at hi? lesidateiice T"r'.?lll? ,
street northeast. FRED ?; ?G?
RAY, ?? ???,-,? hu?tMer.tl o? Ellia
Ircth Murray mee Xlooiei.
Notice of luiieral later.
XAGLE?On Suridiy. O-tober 1* JMK,
? ?> Hospital. OISORGE ?. <"
NAGLE, s?
Funeral from his late reaidence.
Ken?1ti?-tnn. Md.. todav ?? I p. m
Iiiiermcp?. private ? Philadelphia
paper? rlease copy.)
Nei* ET?O? Sunday October 13. 1?1H, ,
?t Lies residence. IFsCT S street fiorth- ' '
m est. after a tone and painful ill- ' '
its? which he bore with Christian ?
fortitude. NORMAN B.. belo? e?
husband of Lillian New by .pe? ?
Andti-aaoni. ?nd fathee of Norman. ,w
lr. and Robert NVwby. and ??
blether of Mr. Hattie Rapier. .
Notice of funeral hereafter.
NICKENS?IVnarted this Ufa Mondar.
October 1?. lSlv ait U *> ? in . gt .
his rt-sKlence. ?71 G???-lda a.enu.
northweet WADE HAMITON *
N'CKENS. beloved husband ot *
EUx? j Nicken?
Interment at Ct*rk.?T?'ii -. (?ul??eper *
Count?. Ya, tomon-ow,
NORRIt?-Osa Octn'jer 11. tt% at 1136 ?"?
p. m. .it ;h? reaiden.-e pf hta ?'
mother. 11S1 Xew J?raev avenue ?.
noithwr?t JAMES E XORR1-. .
belove?d son of laouiaa Noni, gni . ,
brother of Albert Norrt?. formerly '
of e\i Florlr'a Menue northwesl '"
Funeral tomorrow at 1 ? m. trom ?:
the residence. ?at
OR~T-i?ri rlorrit.? ",? h,i li t?'l. at
? ? no . st Providences? Hospital.
EDNA? ORR, beloved ? if. ?r Joan
W Orr r |* .aushtei of Henry M.
and Mar?'? E Burch. .taf
FunfrarJ private.
! OWENS-On (?T-.ober 14. It?. ?t 11 a
P m, at Olendale Md after a
Irr.rf illness. EDITH G?' ?.|\?.
??,-s-Ng ime Roril, beloved wit?
of W *?. Owen?, Jr
.il from rt'rfeo*it*e. ?Jiend ile, ?'
Md.. tomorrow at il s. an. Inr.
ment and ?ervice? at tVrklnf -?
chape! ?sj
PAl'L-ROBEP.T ?. PAI'U In- tb? Mtk
yt .-.r or hi. . ;
Funeral today ?? ]?. ? m . :
?Scott'? undertaking parlor? Iji
tei-ment private
PATN";?On Monday. October 14 191k.
at ? o'clock, after a ahnrt tlreaee?.
NETTIE PERRY PAYNE belo?*?
wife ol Julian IT l'a?,.e aad *
d.-"thter of Jame? M and Elisa
beth Perry.
Furtral from her late rcaidma. . 21.
Sia-th ?tieet southwest, lomoirow
at : SO p. m.
PKBRY-On Sunday. ?Vtcber ai lit?
at lTlti a. m. at ?'*??*-' ?an ,-a-l?,
Md., after a brief il'riessa. AN
DREW THOMAS, belot.1 lust-end
of Florence Gtlllea? Peirj, In hla
fi7d ?es?
Funeral ?I Capllol He|sj?hU Call??
Chui? h at S o'clock toda? Burial
at Rock ville Cemetery. .
POMER'lY Ori !?at-urdsra. Octnl~
1SIS. n TT Tin ? in.. Mrs. AM??" 1- *
POMFROV. ared V- yeara, wh? ?
of John W l'omer?a.
Funeral ? pi i a'ei todav ?t t p. nv,
from har ?von ? rasaidenoe. ?at
Tirelfth street |xauth??.t Inter
ment at Muent Oltassrt ?rZejarte r; .
POMEROT-Entered Into eternal Uta
r?*,?Ti?rrirri oi rtnayw^mt.

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