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Ke,?rl. Fair. r-\ 4-PLY COLLARS 0. J. Kaufman, Inc. lDOa-07 Pa. ?.?*? I ?fill nth StN. W. J "It'a not tb? profit a* male, bat tb? *? fiTt, make? otit aacceaa." THE ANDERSON PRINTERY ?KquIfy Savias? Bank Diala;.) 1407 ?. ?. Aye., \* Floor, Rear Pkose Maia ??:?.?. LOANS ? HORNING Diamonds, Watches. Jewe:ry Sooth End of Hi|fawa? Bridge. Btasaaaess Traasssetesl EzelaalvclTf TfceaTas? Tak? ear? s? 121? street ?earl G-???? ;? ?ei.?? ? ,-n >- f?C ?nn'? -rara ?f Hlahseay Irlatie. O?, ear ticket easel, ?.ay. TS* Htmn Toar ?'??t*?a?? Trusses ^rtB,y *?*?) Si ymmre ?z^a?fce. Special traine?* a?V teoitaat? ft>r ladlea. Tntate room?. The GIBSON Co.. Inc., 917 G St Headquarter? for GRIFFIN'S SHOE POLISHES & FINE DRESSINGS Capital Shoe Findings Co. 637 F STREET, ?. W. rie ?ne ?risia mei? ?\ nalilBBitton. D. ?'. CLIDES For Lanterns and Stereopticon Lectures rrnl-Tiinn Apparata? Kurnlihrd. Pko to grapa?. I.romldri and (alarla?!. ?. ?. THOMPSON 741 Eleventh Street. Cor. H. Eye? Bother You? You Need Glasees. Remedy the trouble NOW tie fore your eyes become too weak. Windsor Eyeglasses ?CO "7 G or Spectacles.. ???.?? Block Optical Co., DR. ?i.AHl V.l. Itl'.KIIV. Pa-sap. 737 7th St. N. W. MAJ. CARTER, CIVIL WAR VETERAN, DIES - Maj. George Thomas Carter. a prommpnt'G. A. Ft. member, who for lift y years wa? employed in the T^hird Auditor's office, of the Trea sury Department, died yesterday at his home. 2618 Thirteenth street. Hia death followed an illnesa of several months. MaJ. Carter's military experience extended 'ov.-r many years. He served in the civil war with the ? ?v Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. ! ru ring- this service he rose from tke rating: of private to his rank afe major. Maj. Carter received appointment \g the Treasury Department in 1865 arid was employed ther? until hia falline health necessitated his resig iMti-fm last July. iiaj. farter i*. survived by his wife and a daughter, Mrs. Foster. *>t Loa Angeles. Cal. Three Billion Cartridges Turned Out Over Here More than three hillion small-erm rartridgeri fnr machine sun?, rille? and revolvers for u.?e of the over sea? forces have been produced by tke Ordnance Department up to date. Many "f the cartridge? are epe. ??ally adapted for airplanes, ?uch aa tracer, incendiary and armor piercing bullets. Only a limited number are used for training pur TH.c. on this ?ide of the Atlantic. P. 0. Bulletin Sqnelche* Peace. The post office has settled the ?teace talk. Across the bottom of ta dally bulletin yesterday, in big? .ype, was spread a poster, saying-: "There can be no peace until Ger naoy ia whipped." The poster urg?as :he* purchase of liberty bonds. COUNT FIFTY! NO RHEUMATIC PAIN Don't naffer! Instant relief fol low? a rubbing with old "St Jacob's Liniment" Stop "dosing" rheumatism. Jt'a pain only t not one case In IsTmy Tre-quir?? internal treatment. tTJib .oothliaTtj. pentrating "St. Jacob? .bllment" right on the "tender ?pot." ??art by the time you say Jack Rob nion?out comes th? rheumatic pain aat ?flstrea?. "St. Jacobs Liniment' -aBquarr? pain! It is a harmless a^asaTsiatism liniment which never .?appoint? and doesn't burn tbe ni H takes pain, soreness and tlrTness from ach?n?; Joints, muscles nd bones; stops sciatica, lumbago. ?aakache, neuralgia and reduces ? "afelllng; Limber up' Get a ?mall trial ?sattle of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs .iBiment" from any drug store, and ? a momarnt you'll be free from 0ns. aches and stiffness. Don't tatter' Rub rheumatism away. PROFITEERING TO GET JOLT Anderson Bill to Tighten Up Pomerene Bill Materially. A rent administrator for Waahlng ton under the Pomerene amendment to the food production bill will be advocated by Representative- Ander son, of Minnesota, according to au thorities discussing the question yes terday. Representative Anderson purposes to tighten up the Pomerene meas ure materially, and If possible give further relief to tenants. In his amendment, he makes the date for the basis of reckoning reasonable rent September 30, 191?. In the Pom erene measure as It stands now the date is October 30. 1917. It includes a more stringent pen alty clause, so that instead of a cor poration being subject only to a fine, its officers and agents are also sub ject to penalties. Prwrlalaa 7 ?IIlee.. The Anderson amendment provides for the striking out of Provision 7, and the substitution of the following: "That the rent for the real estate within the District of Columbia shall not be ln excess of the following rates herein provided for: "A?The rent, whether for the day, week, month, or year in which such real estate was let, on the 30th day of September, 1S16, plus 15 per cent of such rent; or, s *'B?If not rented on that date, the rent, whether by day, week, month, or year at which It was tmjs last let before that date, plus 15 per cent of such rent; or "C?If such real estate was not rented on or prior to September 30, 1916, or if It haa been converted from dwelling, apartment house, hotel, or residence uses to business uses since that time, or if It was rented prior to that date upon a term lease of not leas than 10 years, which expired since the 16th day of September, 1916; then it may be rented for an amount which will allow 7 per cent net on a valuation equal to the ?assessed valuation of such property for taxa tion, plus 50 per cent thereof." Depre-elattea Fisrsired la. In fixing rents of real ?estate under subsection C of this section there shall be taken into account the taxes and assessments thereon ; the cost of reasonable repairs, and mainte nance actually incurred ; insurance, light, heat water, elevator and other services where furnished as well as a proper allowance for depreciation. In hotels and apartments not rent ed before the price-fixing date, the rent adn/nlstrator shall set rents as nearly in conformity with other similar apartments and hotels as pos sible. When real estate Is rented furnish ed, the rent administrator shall fix a reasonable and fair rental for the furniture in addition to the rentals of the real estui te. .which rental shall not exceed 30 per cent per annum of th?? value of the furniture. Rents in excess of the rates fixed are declared to be against public policy, and void. The penalty at tached is not more than $5.000, o~ one year in prison, or both. PURELY PERSONAL. Edwin O. Friesback, of the Gov ernment Printing Office, has received a promotion. I^ewis M. Lonsdale is in New Bruns wick, N. J.. on a short business trip. Charles T. Busch, of the Treasury Department, has resigned. Elmer R- Johnson, of the Depart ment of Commerce, is on sick leave. Peter J. Holmes has received an appointment as stenographer in the Bureau of War Risk Insurance. Charles W. Hi?es, of Jersey City, ? J, Is in the city for g tew days. Mrs. John Allan Dougherty, of the Phoreham Hotel, has gone to New York and to Ridgley Manor, Stone ridge, N. J.. for ? few days. Mrs. E. R. Lund, of Washington, is spending a few days in New York. MaJ. Allan Johnson went to New York yesterday. W T.v Creasy, of the National Board x>f Farm Organizations, i? ex pected in Washington the flrst of the week. WEATHER CONDITIONS LOCAL FORECAST. District ?nf ?'al-mahia. Maryland snd Virginia - Pair Friday and probably Satnrday ; -root? Saturday ; moderate west to northweat winds GENERAL FORECAST. TV?? ?-xilataoding fearure ?nf the weather map Thursday evening is the apc-rerance of a atroag anticyclone mowing ermtbeaatward oveT Man itoba. The disturbance in the Eaat Gulf of the .?At few ?laya ia apparently fllHng np off th? Texaa roeat and the eydonlc de.a garl?n ?cen tral ewer Minnesota W?sdn??Usy evening haa ail nnrad to Lake Ontario, but without rain tv atirmg winde. Some rain haa fallen In the Oulf Stataci and there have been seattei-ad ahrnrera tn the MMdle, Itix-tcv Mountain r?gion, elsewhere the weather oraitinuea fair. The temper-mi ? ire ia above the Masara! average except in the lao-rthern tier of Statea from the I-aJt.* region through the Rock Mountains. Low temperature? for the ruod alao prevail in the Plateau region west of the Rocky Mountaina. Rain is indicated for the next f>arty-eight hours in the Eaat Gulf and South Atlantic Statea and there will be rain Friday in north ern New Kngland. Cooler weather will be ex perie?ced Friday in the Lake region and the Ohio Valley and it will be cooler Saturday in Atlantic ooaat district? north nf Virginia. Hun day will probably be uosettled and cool in the Lower Lake r?gion and Atlantic coaat districts. LOCAL TEMPERATURES. Midnight, ?!; 2 ?. m.. 56; 4 a. m . 92; 6 a. ra. ?; 8 a. m.. 49. 10 a. m., 98; 13 noon, T4; S p. m.. 79; 4, p. m.. 78; 6 ?p m., TT; 8 p. m., 68; 10 p m.. C3. Highest, 80; lowest. 48. Relative humidity?8 a, m.. 84; 2 p. m , 3. 8 p. OT-._S3. Rainfall 1 p. m, to ! p, mx). 0. Hours of emanine. ILL Per cent of poeaibia sunshine, 100. DEPARTf RES. A<-rcumu.al**??i extras of temperature aince Jan uary 1, 1918. 23. Excess of temperature aince October 1, 1918. ?. A < cumulated deficiency of predpiUtioa sine* January I. IAS. 6.14. De fld?ency of precipitation cince October 1, 1818, LU Temperature aame date laat year?Highest, 63; lowest, 48. OTHER TEMPERATURES Highest prtviona Itaio ?Unveil yeaterday. night. fall. Atlantic City, K. J. 88 ?0 Ponton, Ma? . 62 46 Uuffalo. ?. ?. 64 ?O ' tncinnat?. Ohio . 74 89 Denver. Cola . 60 50 0.01 Detroit, Mich. . 74 48 Galveaton, Texas . 74 ?8 8.56 JarlwonviUe, FU. . 76 70 1 10 Kan&as ?"-Hy, Mo. . la 9% Los An.ge.ea, Cai. . 74 _ 5". New Or.eana, La. 84 68 0.18 New York. ?. ?. 64 S4 Philadefc-ola, Pa. . TI SS Phoenix. Aria. . 93 92 Pitetaaburgh. Pa. . 71 St Salt Lake City, Utah.... 88 St 0.41 St. Lome, Mo. . 8? 88 Stn Francisco. Cai . 68 58 TIDE TABLES 'Cottpflfd by United Stato Coaat and Geo detici 8nrrey.) Todav-Lrar tirV. IS ?. m. ud l:il p. a; high tide, 7:U a m. ar.d T M \x m. THK SUV AND MOON. Today?Sob risea. 7 iO x. m. ; nia aU, 428 p. m. Moon riera. 4:18 pi. na. ; aata 9:18 a. m. AjJtCBKTbilo lamia to be lighted at 631 Mid the rocke and sand of Palestine Y. M. C. A. hut? arc but thatched holes and offer the most consplcuoua mark for Turkish sheila. Market Tips for Housewives Price? to retailers and general market Information furnished by the Bureau of Markets. United States Department of Apiculture- fair price? to consumers by the District Food Administration. ABMDAXT?(irrem tenaataae?, pepper?, eiablaiaae. Ilawa land -irlnu brasa, ?nions, turnip?, potatoes, cooking apples, saveet potatoes. NORMAL?[Upe tomatoes, sweet corn, a-aarrot?, ?quush. ?plnueh, rgaplaat, bee-t?. grape?, eating apple?, lettore, chestnuts. SCARCE?Oranges* oyster plant, bannnaa. penche?, grapefruit, lenaaana. A TYPICAL CASK OK PROFITEER! M:;. A retailer in Center Market w?s observed selling yellow onions yes terday for 20 cents per quart basket, which Is at ine rate of about III per sack containing two bushels. The prevailing wholesale price for onions was ?2-25 to 12.50 per sack. Thus the profit this retailer was mak ing amounted to about 380 per cent. The Inspector of the Food Admin istration promptly made him reduce his price to 13 cents per quarter peck, or less than one-third the original price, and told the retailer that a second offense would meet with prompt punishment. Consumers are again urged to report all eaaea of profiteering promptly to the District Food Administration and a thorough Investigation and the proper penalty Is promised. The sooner the profiteers are put out of business the better for all concerned. THE "II I M.I SITUATION. The exceedingly high price of oranges at the present time deserves more than pasalng notice. The wholesale price on the Washington mar ket thi? morning was from $13 to $14 per box. The most common size? on the market are those running from 100 to 216 oranges tt) the bo*., although the small sizes will go over J00 oranges to the box. This makes the retailer's cost from about 5 cents each on the smaller oranges up to about 14 cents each on the larger sizes. Such prices are prohibitive. Three reasons for these prices, which are given by produce men. are as follows: (1) A short crop. (2) The shortage of sugar, causing restrictions on the manufacture of aoft drinks, has resulted in a greater demand than ever for orange drink?. (3) Many people who are sick have turned to oranges as a food, and thua given the price another I.al by the exceptional demand. One encouraging factor la that plenty of good eating apples are now on the market. What ia better at this time of year than a delicious Grimes Golden apple** The best on the market should be obtained for 5 cents each at retail. The fair prices to?consumers given below cover those charged by both "cash-and-carry" and "credlt-and-delivery" retailers. "Cash-and carry" retailers should sell near the lowest figure given. Unleas other wiae stated, all prices are for produc?a of good quality. If consumers are charged, on any day, prices in excess of those pub lished on that day In the "fair-price-to-consumers" column, they should immediately bring the matter to the attention of the agent *>f the Dis trict of Columbia Food Administration, office 264 l? sreet wing. Center Market. VBCETABLBS? ileana. snap. 14 peck. ?leans, lima, quart. Iteets. bunch . Celery, bunch . Cabbage, pound . Carrots, bunch . Carrots, cut, pound. Eggplant, local, each. Kale, peck . lettuce, head, loeal. Lettuce, New York, head. Onions, yellow. 14 peck. Oyster plant, bunch. Peppers, local, each. Potatoes, No. 1. peck (15 lbs.). Potatoes, No. 2. peck (15 lbs.). Potatoes, sweet. No. 1, **, peck. Potatoes, sweet. No. 2. 14 peck. Spinach, native, *? peck. ?? Squash, marrow and Hubbard, pound.. Sweet corn, dozen . Tomatoes, ripe, 14 peck. Tomatoes, green, peck. Turnips, bunch . Turnips, topped, l? peck. FRCITS? Apples, first grades? Grimes. 14 peck. Y'ork. 14 peck. Other varieties . Apples?second grade?. Bananas, dozen .? ? ? Cantaloupes, Honey Dew, large, each. . Cantaloupes. Honey Dew. medium, each Chestnuts, quart. Grapes, California, pound. Grapes. New York, baeket. Lemons. California 442s, dozen. Lemons. California 360s, dozen. Oranges. California 216s, dozen. Oranges. California I76s. dozen. Pears, Anjou, dozen. t>.a r? ? ieffer. peck. Cost to Retailer Yesterday. M 4 4 1 ' 2? *'?? ?J e 4 I 7 7 >,i 40 25 1" 4 :? '14 20 I p I ( to 10< to 30c to ?c to to t" to a s?? o 2*,o 4c to 10c to 9'jC 9*4)? S1.C \e to 47>-,c to 30c to 13c to 7c to 7c to l*t,c to 30c to 15c to 20c to 4c to 6c Fair Price to Consumer Yeeterday. to 16c to 40c to 8c to lie 2 to 3c 3Vj to 4*ftc 21? to 3He to 6c to 15c to 11c to Lie to 12c to lie to H,o to 57l3c to 40c to 17c to 10c to 10. to 3c to 40c to 20c to 30c to tic to 9c 10 .*> 4 ? ?; ? ?) ?? ? II in 12 IT 111 11 7 17 11 II 20 9 27 IK ?21 65 |0 II Id to 19a? to 12c to 16c to lie to 32c to 33c to 20c to 25c tn 14c to 30c to 24c to 30c to 75c to 95c to 4Rc to 60c 21 in 11 9 3G, ? o 20 jr. 12 .".I 21 li 80 $1.00 to 45 to 40 to L')'" 17c 22c IS) 4ii 50c 30c ISc ?.'Oi 40c 31) 4 0c 95c 11.20 65c V". MARRIAGE LICENSES. WRITE. Parid F. Mr(*a-ann?iia**-.y. 66. St. I/auis, M ... snd Anna L. Roth, 41, of thi? city. Re?. Jaunts una-don. Bert H. Kilavan. ?1. Cumberland. Md., and Ietta Fra-neh. ?. of till? city. Ite?. John H. J-atTri-M. Axel Shei-nard. 2"., Stockte?. Md.. ?nd Blil ?betti Orajr. *?. of this city. Ile?. Baodolph H. McKIm. John I>. Haye?, 41. Atlantic City, ?nd Elii ??aath M. U-set. of Atstntic City. Rer. F. Hall. R. P. (letting. 65. ?nd Neil Coooey, 43. both of R?Ta>rd?i?. Re?. tM PooU. San-Hel W. *aa*?--ada-n. 21, ?nd Virginia Cautas-, 19. both of thi? city. Re?. J. E. Britta??. Cha?. R. Reed. 52. nf Baltimore, ?od Edita Beer. J?. of thi? ein. He?. John H. Ja-firie?. Wm B. Mnrray. 94. ?nd Mrs. Joaetahine Bos well, 61. both of this city. Rev. H. F. Poaa-r?. Jaune? (.'. Wsrrasnde?. 23. of Oaaceol? Mills, Pa. aad Mildred Eschback. 19, of Trae. Pa Re?. Hairy D. Mitchell. John Conrad Zulauf. 38. Norfolk. V?., ?nd Vary Brearaar, 34. Richard, ?'?.. Rer. John Tt. Brina Cart Leslie Billings. 3, Beaton. Maa?.. an* Beau-ice Perkins. 21. of Kennebunkport, Maine. COLORED. James Ertarard?, 46, snd Anne Jenkins. 3G. Saturday, October 19th Special River Trip to MT. VERNON Home and Tonala of (ico. Washington Steamer CHAS. MACAI.F.STKIt Leave? 7th St. Wharf nt 10 A. M. and ?**? P. St. SATIRDAY, OCTOBER 1?. Sunday, Oct. 20 40-MILE RIVER TRIP Steamer Charles Macaleiter Steamer leaves 7?h atreet vahnrf at 'I'.'.iti p. an., rrtarnlaaa at 7 p. at. Paaars V. S. Arsenal, Alexandrin, Fort l'onte. Fort Washlna-rtoa, Port Hunt, Mount Vernon. ( unap Hum phrey?. Indian Heat. 50c Round Trip ni*iVnnZSif?u"? "***: ?' -mtaaim Hall ana (amp Humphrey?. both nf thie ritr. Her. John I. Oirol. (i ri mm Himu-d, 21, ?nd Miry HuTii. 21. both of thi? city. Nuttiani-el Baffin, 21. and Mary Eterna Wpck, IS. both of this city. I-ee Wilewt, S, of C'fciraco, ?nd Edna Thotnp ?od, 20, ot thi? city. Rer. Joaeph Lan-son. BANS PRINT PAPER IN WAR WORK DRIVE The proposed Sunday supplement in the Interest of the l'nited War Work Kund campaign. Including the Jewish. Protestant and Catholic organisations working for the soldiers and sailors, will not be permitted by the War Industries Board because of the strictures on the use of print paper. This Is the answer given yeeterday by Bernard M. liaruch, chairman of the War Industries Board, to John D. Rockefeller, jr., chairman of the campaign, who appealed to Mr. Ba- j nich over the refusal of priority for paper by T. E. Donnelley, chairman of the pulp and paper section of the board. Similar requests for the lib erty loan and Red Cross campaign? had been refused on the grounds of urgent conservation of print paper. BIRTHS REPORTED. ?ana Ard"??hir ? slid lx-tUia D. Hani, boy Christopher J. ?aid Catherine B. Murphy, hoy. Harry K. and Beatrice ('oppi**-*, haay. June? W. mi'. I!. J.?.!? Vermillion. bog). Arthur W. anil Sarah J. Cornell, firl. Bernard ?nd Atme? Wells firl. Joaeph (J. and Amelia H. Binarli, hoy. Herbert ?ml laorothy Smith, girl. Beni. H. ?nd Kl? ?enea A. l"*****i*>?. girl. I>auiie.l I>. ?nd Marte T. Mala-sha?--, inri H.aar?rd C. ?nd Lillian ?. Mullen, Uri. H"ad L. and Helen Kldwell. Ciri Lirai? A. auil Nellie Warding, firl. Ricfi?ni C ?nd Ix-onl.? TSIni?. firl. Aaron and Kraulci? Ptru?4?n, boy. Arthur ?nd Cru,: Angus, girl. laaadura ?nd Molli? Lar???, firl. Willltun J ?uid Majidle t 8ehoeeld. firl. John J. ?nd Paulin? Dakia boy. Atadrear ?nd Iaut? V. Hhockry, boy. Meyer and Annie Suk?. girl ?nd hoy. Clifford W. ?nd Mararet M. Kofarty, girl. William K. and Al? Or-rtain. boy. n?nl? M. ?nd Miry Kelleher. bo). Rohen ?. ?nd Jotahan Rua?, boy. Andrerar R ?ml Klorenee E. M?cM?nir, boy. John A. ?nd Kannte Wehauaen. girl. Samuel ?nd M?ud Long, boy. Joarp*-, ami Ida. Hai?, girl. (?LOR ED Samuel and Henrietta Carter, boy. John and Don Moore, firl John ?nd N'auio, Bnace, btyy. Hi-nry ?nd ?tWle Dean?, girl George and Goniiula Ainly. boy. Jaune? and Viaalcne Harper, girl. I DEATH RECORD WHIT?. i (Veli? H. N.-annaui. 22. 2CH? Summit pi nr ?ilr.aiu C. Turubull. J6. St. Eliaaibeajl*? Hiaapt. Ethel c Kephart, IS, 1112 I K. a*. Ban r ltnj.1. X. (O?. ?th vt. tie elamiiel ? Hready. 31. Ml Hi, ?. ne. William. Maaaauui. 22. 415 Ky. are. ?e. Dorothy E> re. 3. ?2 Md. ??e. ne Harn, t Iar?lae. ti. 33D 2nd ?t ??. lar. 1* O. MiuTdy, H ?? kh ? nr. Julius Keldman. 31, Walter Reed H'sipl. Kenneth Rand. S, W?ltrr Reaad lloaapt Wm. A. Boyd. 68. 3 (ir?nt im Oti? 1*. Cul?n. 36. 814 I ?t. na?. Mari? OaabaaV. 30. 414 M ?t. ??. Krank Siitor, 4?, O. S. Emergeni-y li'-a ? ! Nettie M WhitUr.gton. 2G. Sat. Hia-nrO. , ??.?. (ira-tja H Ste??rt. tt. If* ? ?. ?ae - J ?in ? Nelli. M. Pr??. Hoapt j l?erett ta. Ya-rla?. t?, 2T-12 California pi. ? Kl'? Jacksaa. 3 mes. ::? ISth -a. na?. Alii.? Burke. 31. Terrace ?pt. Ga-iare-e T. C?rU*r. 82, 2*1? 13th ?t. nar Ati? M. Aahmore. 27. 216 Indiana ?ae. ? Roy D. Kilrh. 27. ?X? Conduit rd. ? M.-J-r (lek.tadt. (3. 316 Sth ?t. Willi? I. Reed. ?2. St. K'izabrth'? Hoa-pt f Itaald lila'r. 'J6. Waa*;. kmj. II?-? ! Lasrraiea R. l'orter. 24. HOB 7th a? ne. ?ajaeacal H. ('lift. Z2. rjy 6th at. en. ! Walter K. Oaren. 34. 1113 7th at. tie. | Iraun P. It'-harte-m. .1. ?21 4th tat. ne. ' Sadie Julian (*.' mi*ta. :Z. 2H> TA], at. an. I Emory ? Catena?*, 33. 331 13th art. j John R. H?l ih. 23. Walter R.el Up?. Prank Stana-cki. 3. Walter Heed 11 rpl. Edwin M. (Jra-eoe. 22. Walter Reed Hoept. Anne C. (lut* 33. 21 Heiakelt al ; Will'Atn L. Bonaire. 41, 1123 6th St. nar. I ('lady? Bailee, 3 4**7 Uh at. Be, 1 Mauh I.. Perry. ??> *aT?aah. ?- Hia.pt | I'rarlr Malii.a.k ?. 2313 1 al ??. ? Helen I.. Sans?n, 7, 6:9 Elliott ?t ne ! Man? K. Ttaaiu?,, ?. 1121 ? ?t nw. i Ralph S. Kidarrll. 72. 217 ? at. naa. | Veronir?] M. Kuhnrrh. 22, Uli ? ?t ee I Knuaa? IS-nnfrio. ."2. 'G.?1 S Cavpatol at. te,. X Weith. 2!. G?... Il?a(. Th ana, Hanna. ?, f.: Klo-enc.? st. Edwami J. l?eles?. 1. S3 I st. na Helen A. Damning. 38. 622 C et. ne. Sil,K> P. Rara-acnl. ?. ?'2 ? ?t. nr. ! Ito?. A Regan, t*. Kl yiiehev at. Irttie E Lorkhe^l 29. K5 3rd ?t. ??. Rctxrra Slaasky. 22, I'r'w Hi-aa. (it-orate A. Wbitford. 67. 336?? lath at. naa-, John W Ward, ti. 1216 Col, rai. Mardi? E. (Toon. 65. 713 Col. rd. Anfii-im? Grasa?. 27. lOOB 6th at. nw. Mildred V. Mouatjoy. 17 4.*71? H ?t. na?. Lotti? E. Brach. 27. 1233 3th art. Lui? M. Bryan, 45. 9:4 lat al. nar Rirluu-d ?. ('latinan. 18. ?232 Biclld ?U IJlly M. elementa 1 ala.. 212 Ky. ?ar. ar. An?is ('uilUiune. 94. 1322 llth ?t. Kat? RuUerfteM. S?. (V-ialty Hoapt. Notai? c. Kaddin. 12. *Ca3 P al, M?rgan-t W'illiaun?. 17. Tnber Hraapt. Anr? E. l?a-s-aTtr, 3G). 3*11*? llth at. l^tyd R. F>inia, 20. 1236 31.t st. na?. J"hn W MrantaToan-rv. 3t. Waah. Aay Huept. J'iliaui Re?. *S. 415<* 12th ?t- ne Alice C. J.Juins. 27, 1(*2 (* ?t. nr. 1. ll?aui Reynold?. 3, 2M E ?I. ?w. William D'aon. Tt. Wmtt, AST. Boaf-t Chand Re-rnold?, 23, 334 11 ?t, ?a?. Berth? Ch-uae, ?. T. B lloaia. C*r)L()RV7I> Newton Carter. 21.' *?>: 27l]i 't. na?. I Rotati W. Rteat??*, 80. 22(0 14t)i ?t. 1 Hrlrn Morgan. **). 81 L a), na?. I (iilhert K W?t?on. 25. (iardeld H's t. i l*mma f*?rt-r, 4*. 116 Ret?nmes rd. Herbert Mitchell. E. mi aireen'? roairt [ Irrrr E. Brall. 21. 4*0 larlaarar.? ??r na, M?n- H Jackson, 47. 143 L at. na?. | S?r-ah Harria 31). 600 Aikrn court ?a?. , .loei-titi William?. 25. 132 l? st. ?aa. I Polly Williams. 69. 126 Brotan? court an?. I laoiothy McKadden, 11. J2U G? at ?? ? l'irgir.ia u 8tudd?. 9 moa. 1*09 ('ieaacl ?llry ' "SAFETY FIRST" Victory is certain I f you will lend Uncle Sam all the ^^ash you can possibly spare. I o help Our Boys ^#ver there Ivight the wrong a ou can do your bit over here. Invest in 4th Liberty Loan Bonds Space Donated by RIDGWAY'S TEA (Safe-Tea First) HOW TO USE VICK'S VAPORUB IN TREATING SPANISH INFLUENZA Ihe Influenza Germs Attack die Liniag ai Ae Air Passages. When VapoRub It Applied Over Throat aod Chest the Medi cated Vapori Loosen the Phlegm, Open the Air Passates and Stimolate tbe Moc?os Membrane to Throw 06 the Germs. ln Addition, VipoRub Is Absorbed Tbronfb and Stimolate? tbe ,Ski>, Attractinf tbe Blood to tbe Surface and Tho? Aida in Reducing tbe Confestio? Witbia. CALL A PHYSICIAN?GO TO BED?STAY QUIET AND DON'T WORRY. There Im Nd "????ion for Paalr?la flurnxu ltaelf Haa ? \ rry l^em Per ??enluKe of Fa ta lit lea, !Not Ovar Oae Death Oui et Kvrry Kaar Hundred ( laeg, ?n-ordlar ta thr I*. ?r. Heard af Health?Tke Chief ?'????'? Kir?? la ( ompllrallnm ?rlala*;. Attacktaa; Pr'artnLl ? ? l'alleni?, la a RtU-dOwi (ondi l'on I houae Who I>oa'l tie to Bed Soob I niiuxh or I h?*?e Who ?.r. I ? Too Karly. ?Spanish Influenza which appear-ed in Spain in May haa all the appearan-ce of <siip or la grippe, which haa swept over the world in numerous epidemic? ae far back as history runs. Hippo crates refers to an epidemic in 412 B. C., which I* regarded by many to J have been influenaa. Every century | has had its attacks. Beginning with ? IMI, this country haa had five epl ( demies, the last in 188?-90. THE SVKJTOMS. ? ? ?rip. or influenza, aa tt is now I called, usually begins with a chill I followed ny aching, feverishness and ' sometimes nausea and dixslness, and a generai feeling of weakness and de j pression. The temperature is from ? 100 to MM, and the fever usually lasts ? from three to five days. The germs i attack tne mucous membrane, or ; lining of the air passages?nose, I throat, and bronchial tubes?there is | usually a hard cough, especially bad ! at night oftentimes a sore throat ? or tonsillitis, and frequently all the ? appearances of a ee-.ere head cold. THK !???????? I Go to bed st the first symptoms, not , only for your own sake but to avoid | spreading the disease to others?take ; a purgative, eat plenty of nourishing ? food, remain perfectly quiet and don't worry. Quinine, .aspirin or Dover's powder, etc,, may be administered by the physician's directions to rel?ete ? the aching. But there Is no cure or specific for influenaa?the disease must run i's course, but nature her i self will thr?*>w off the attack if only 'you keep up-yeur strength. The chi**f j danger lies in the complications which mav arise. Influenza so weakens the bodily resistane* that there is dsnger of pneumonia or bronchitis developing and sometime? inflammation of the middle ear,-or heart affections. For Annie M T?smeh. ?. 6* *l o? G!)?*-* I'. M'a-tan. l. 1? Benning road. Ague? I>. Bridrge. 3S. 123? Wjler ?*? t*?e. hfSalai r?? ?. Fta-d, 2, ?KM Crooea ma ii*rtri\dr Hioea. 7*. 1399 3d at. aw. Jane? Itami. Zt. 1SWS ae Beathi-e \\<?a. 12, 13U Fii-rt %%? *W. Iniic Franklin. 4 moa., CthMren a ??*t< W.lliam Fowler. 3 da ? ?. UK 4cJi st a?. i.. ai. Ih Seal. i. MM 1lh at. ae. Will.am H. lac-. 21. 13? F?rv at. Hurle?, Hrmk?. 3?. 1117 lat ? nw PWwefMe \Va?*i.?itlli?. 36. lift St h et ? William M. Brtaroe. ?, 1?? V ai. KUgia Richard*. 26. 2419 Snows ?crnirt. Am.??- Bmu?as. 1. 913 JEth et. d?. . Iha?-? reaaon?. It I? very Important that the rJatlent remain In bast) aintll I hi? strength return???tay In baal at ? least two day? or more after the fewer ! haa left you. or if you are o*ra*n- M ot not ?tronc, ?tay in basd fasur dar? or more, according to the severity of fhe a?*.?'teal KITKR-tAI, ll'l'l.l) (111'? In order to tumulala the lining of the air patsaaxe? to throw off the crip germs, to avid In loosening the phles*ra and keeping the air patssavga*? open. i thu? making the breathing etuaier. i Vick'? VapoRub -?rill he found ettee I live. Hot. wet towel? should be ap plied over the throat, cheat, and back I between the ?houUSer blade? to open | the pores. Then VapoRub should be j rubbed In over the part? until the ?kin ?? red. spread on thickly and ! cowered ?nth two thl<*kne??c? of hot ! flannel cloth? L-eave the clothing ? loose around the neask a? the heaU ? of the body liberate* the IngrealienU , in the form of vavpor?. Thasaje vapors. : Inhaled with each breath, carry the I medication directly to the paru af ; fected. At the ?ame time, VapoRub I? abaorbard thru and ?timulat??? the ; skin, attracting the blood to the sur face and thua aid? In rellevlrag the congestion within. ; HOW TO AVOID THE DISEASE. I Ea-idence seems to prove that this ' Is a germ disease, ?pread principali? ? bv human contact, chiefly thru cough ing, sneezing or spitting. So avoid ! persons having cold?? which means ? avoiding crowd?-?common drinking ; cups, roller towel?, etc. Keep up your bodily strength by plenty of ex ercise in the open ?Ir. and good food j Above all. keep free from cold?, a? , cold? Irritate the lining of the air ? passalo* and render them much i better breeding place? for the germ?. j Use Vick's VapoKub a' th? l , first sign of a t?old. For a hapad eold. ? melt a little in a spoon and inhale ? the vapor?, or better ?till, use Vapo ! Rub in a benaoin ?team kettle. Fill ' half full of boiling water, put in half a teaspoon of VapoRub from time to i time?keep the kettle Ju?t slowly boll ! Ing. and inhale the fleam arising. ! mitEi Vick's VapoRub is the dis i covery of a North Carolina druggist. ' who found how to combine In salve ' form Menthol and Camphor with ?uch j essential oils as Euealyptu?. Thyme. Cubebe, etc., so that when the salve Is applied to the body heat, theae In gredients are liberated ln the form i of vapors. ???? , VapoRub I? comparatively new in Ne?? York. New England and a few Western Statee. where it is Just now being Introduced. In other sections ' of the country, however. It Is the i standard home remedy In over a mil lion home? for all forms of cold ? troubles?more than six million Jar* ! were sold lest year. It is particularly recommended for children's croup or colds, since lt Is externally applied end, therefore, can te used as freely as de?lred without the sllgrhtest harmful e"***avt??. Vapo j Rub can be had In three, aalzes. SOc. I ?Oc. and ti 20 at all druggists. Edna ? Nil-paw. 3D. 315 ? -0 aw Edward roor.r. 1. Tl* 9th at nw Ids J"t.rsrn. 39. ****D Iarata-aw court ?w (Tara-aire I. Cartar, IV ?17 SBh at. nw. K?oh?a-l Loner. ?S*. 316 V at a?. VrtrliLjtvd G. H?nn?h. %. 1414 Chuiatah at. William Sh-s-hetrl. B. Kf Ea? p? Harn Rt?tr.'M.. Jt. I?,, ah n. aa?. John R Stsl-ahiU. 4. 4? Pr-uikhn a. Jaanrs E Ntarria 41. 1731 Ne*? Jerary ?aa*, W'iltaun E Ayer??. 36. ibi E ?t Bw Ttvaai?-, Butler. S?, '633 Marion Wadr H. Maaeaaa. Jt SII Ftoada ?ar. Martha Bantifl, ??. 219 San-aner rd ?a. Julia C Coonor. 66 ?IT 9th et ?w. Sua?n Anna Pranklin. SD. ur.4 13th a aas. REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Police Department....Main ?ilXH) Fire Department.M ?in 6000 Department of Justice.Mam 196 U. S. Secret Service (night).Colomb'* 1396 U. S. Secret Serrice (day).Main 6*?VO0 U. S. Marshal.Mam 2&S4 DIED. ?TONTI ?GII. raaiM lal.l ti,B? I > 8LhUt.?S.^,n ^'edn??*?*--. Clsrta*? ?* *???> ??? J o dock p m.. II ,? ?? ? nee ? roa? . brio* ?d ani? ?, j? A. .?-u" ? a- ??**?? F"Uese?r?l ? pr?vate? todas mt ? 0*e P m . from her paaren t? r?r ?a ? S? North Carolina annue ?ertasi 8G??'?,?t??-0? w?"*-a?*??*????**T. Oc?a?i?e ??. altar m brier Hin?,. ,t th. r,-?wle-ne*e of hier p?renia Mr ?n, ttra P J McDonald. SM? ?-?tor S3& norUimemt IRENE KATh KRINE. wife of Frank K S ulllvaaat Pureeral iprlt-au, tod?a at S p Internaren? Mount Olivet remeter) Ta^JK AW ?-The Utax ?ersk-e, m. ??V.."1!?0" of tn* ?*?* '-??"ut Col HEIJ1 TAH1KAWA militar, ?V tache. Japan??? emhaaa??. wlli tak, Place In the Japaneae emhaaaa 1? K ?treet today at 1? o'clock THOMPRfiN-On Oeober II., una, ? ?amp Johnston. FI? RATV?Klj ??*?*???????! ?on of Josephine Thomp t*t*n. Notice of funeral hereafter ISIS. ANNA, belosred wir? of Ber ' nard t Thursh (rsee Klrtarl. In tbe ZStli year of her a?. Kuneral from her late? reaadence ?at Q ?tr-eet northwest, tomorrow at I ?t-_jb. Funeral prl.ate VINSON-On October H 1S1* at ? a m... at hi? refltden,**- erta Heoo?v ?treet northweat MEI.VILL? at VIN80N. beloved husband of' Mat F. Vlnaon and son of I'e.tor I) and Amanda Vinata**?, marni XI year* Funeral (privater frese bla late rear dence today at ?tSS p. m WAI.KER-^m T??a?day October )k I*1S. at 6 a m. al (leortretosam l'nl veralty Hoarntt?!. njPTf'N M beloved huaband of Julia R (nas. Bakeramlth) and father of Kveler and ?nifton and ?aon of Jenni, air" the late George W. Walker. ?jr?? S4 yeara Notice of funeral hereafter WAND?On euredav. October IS 1S1? a? the N.w Willard ARTHI'R J WAND, ?red SS yearara Intermenh at Qulncy. Ill WARD?On Tueaday. October ? ISIS ?t S p m. JOHN W WA RI? tve loved huaberartd of Reasle ? Ward In the ?Bth year of hi? aere Funeral from hi? late reaidene. 17774a Columbia road northweat. tod?? ?1 2 p m Interment Glenwrv: lem. tery WASSTM-Ot Tuesday. Or raif. ?t t ? ? m.. ?t family reti dence, fis Keot?ickv avenue ar*u?h cast, of typhoid pneumonia FRE7-DEKICK WILLIAM hel?te-e* ?On of Rose Waaasum <ne. *--ri| and the late .l?bn W. W???iim Funeral notlr*e later ?Baltlmesr? ?nd Philadelphia papera plea? copy.? WELLMAN-On Wednesday i?e-te> ber lt. Irla, ???, m . aaf pneu monta. JOHN Vt'ELUUH, In the -?th year of hi? aere. Notice of funeral hereafter WET?**H?On Tuerta). October 17, ISIS, at 5t??? ? m. at Kmerarairr* Hosr liai. Annapoll? Md. ???? RYN. beloved daughter of J ? Welse. In her Nth year Notice of funeral hereafter WHITE?On o.,,,her 1?. ISia ?DORI?? MARIE WHITE, 1.? month? old beloved d.urhtrr or Mr and Mr. !.. Gibbon, Whit, . at her reaiden.e 1X1?. Kaiorama r-oad northweat Funeral .private, from late re?i de-nce today at 2 7? p m WHITE?On Wednesday. OctaTbe-r 1?. Ill? ?t ?TK, p m. MTRTLV I I WHITE (nee Roarmaani devotee wife of Melvin H White rated tl Funeral from her Ute residenr? 37; Olive avenue northweat. tomorrow ?t 11 a. m. Interment ?t Oak Hin Cemetery. Ptrir-tit private WH?TFORD?On Wednesdat 0. ?*> | 1?. ISIS, at ST. p m . t>< h??-1 trouble. OF.ORC,E AMOS WHIT FORD, ?red ?77 ve?-? He lea*??, a wife and elarht < h'ldrer Funeral (privater todav ai 7 ? r from hi? l??e h?me. 3?m Etcht-enth ?treet northweat WHITTINOTON?< an Tuesd?v Octr.t? er 15. ISIS, ?t 3 Sil ? en NAOMI ??????. WHITTINGTON in? .leahnaon?. beloved wife erf E Earl Whittlnarton Funeral from her lele t-eaiden"? 1?"? Third ?trajet southeast, toda? *.? ?tSo p. m. Relative? and fnen*. invited to attend. Interment Cerne rressional Cemetery WILLIAMS?On Wedneadav Ortobet It. 1*111, ?t ; ? t?., at her reeir1?*nr*e BERTHA ?rei'ST? W 11.1 .LA M ? aaTTed > year?, taeloved wife of Johr, H. Williams and dauchtrr of Aus tin I. and Martha Jarboe Notice of funeral later WILLIAMS-JOSETtl WILIJAMI?. the ?on of Is??;, and Sarah *?*?' iam?. died Sun ? > Oe-re>her IS, 1?'? ?t **T*srr a. m., at hi? residence ? ? ?treet aouthweM Alsn POLL? WILLIAMS, the lottnr mother o' the Rar? S. J Russell <,eori. Will. lams. ?? Williams. Kmanuel wyi .am?. Madeline William? and ?* Frasier. at her residence, 17777* Brown court south. TERBT-On Sunday. Ocr,?rv. at hi? residence 7*7.7' G ffl.O'J-nr Place, If.'ERFTT D . b<*|o band of Cornell? ? ?nd arm at lh? late Adonis L and Mart RalcliiTc Terby. Funeral private I*lea**e r.r> | fioaarrer?. HERALD CLASSIRED ADS AL WAYS BRING RESULTS. Why Should I Buy Liberty Bonds? 1st. Because the Government needs the money. The Government repre sents me. Hence I need the money. 2d. Because it is needed for the protection of myself, my family and my fireside. 3d. Because it will also maintain the principles of liberty and democracy ?dear alike to me and to our allies. ? 4th. Because it will develop in me the determination to save and get 4%G/? on every dollar I put in them. 5th. Because the money can be realized on the bonds at any time without awaiting maturity. 6th. Because the bonds are the best investment of my funds?safety certain, interest sufficient. Enough! I'll subscribe today at Uif W-ashington Loan and Trust Company Main Office, F at Ninth. Branch Office. G at 17tli St and Pa. Ave. JOHN B. LARNER. Present Subscriptions accepted till 9 p. m. tonight and tomorrow.