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J kind of a job yon have always wanted?through using the classified. ? i ' HERALD WANT ADS | Phone Main 3300 Herald Want Ad Department f ? THF^SfeHERALD Published every day In the year ?y The Waatolngton Herald Com pany at 425-419 Eleventh street, Washington. D. C. _ ,, Telephone Exchange ? Call Main MOO. (For classified advertisement* ?*k for Branch 1). ... Memb?r Audit Bureau of Clrcula CLASSIFIED RATES Wanted Help. Wuud Room* tod Board.. Tor tent Boo? ONE CENT A WORD Salt MtaeeUancoua I (M to lamia I Loa* aad found J Charfe. 9c) **** o? 1cm, om tlma, Sc. flame U. w?e ociimim. jtl?? time?. 50c. All Other ClaulflfitleM? Per Line? I tfanc I* t*nt? 1 I ttmea conaacntitaty - 11 cwU ' tljaaa eonaecutiTaly....... 10 ?nU , ' ttme? ?a*?aTtij t emu J? or asora tjicv consecutively f cents Umianm iwo Ha?*. PORKKJI REPREJEJITATTVKI TBI d. C BKCKWITB SPECIAL AUKNCT. I New Tort Office .. Tnban# Bid*. | Chicago Office .. Tribune Bid*. Detroit Office Gi F?rd Bid?. St. Lonl* Odie# .. Third Bank BMg ' HELP WANTED?MALL KiTCHEN MAN. WHITE OR CCL oted; no Sunday work. Applv GOVT. CAFETERIA. 6th and D. Ask for Mr. Reed. no8-3t ELITE LAUNDRY. Young man in office of essential business; good salary to one who is quick and accurate at figures. 2119 14th st. no8-7t MEN FOR"SATURDAY NIGHT and Sunday work; $4.40 per night and $4.18 per day. Apply Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL-1 ^WAY EX. CO.. 2nd and Eye sts. ' %e., 6:30 p. m. Saturday and 6:30 a. m. Sunday. WASTED-AN OFFICE BOY: EAST HOURS; use of wheel. Apply to Mr. HODGKIN. at The Herald. no?-3t .DELI VERXMEN FOR ELECTRIC V B Ud*< pern fr>r deliterymen; sheet writer Of fha h- from 7 a. m. to 10 a. m. ; men for _ all la* the hour for handling packages. Apjjr .< (IMEs BmrlojTient Bureau, 2nd and U Rye >c no0-3t HLLP wanted New Government Restaurant, War Dept. Munition Bldg. 20th and B sts. nw. 6th wing, 3rd floor. For passes Apply at Information Desk. Steam Table Men Kitchen Men Female? Cashiers, white Checkers, white Counter girls, white i Pantry women * Scrub women Dishwashers. Good pay. no Sunday work. Apply to W. E. WILLIAMS. Manager, or see Mr. LEDGER. 1311 E St. nw. WANTED STEAMFITTERS AND PLUMBERS. GEORGE A. FULLER COMPANY. War Industries Board Bldg., 14th St. and Ohio Ave. Laborers Wanted. G)od wages, of the most essen tia) government construction work at thij time at the Walter Reed U. S. A. Hospital. Takoma Park. D. G. Apply to the contractor. L. MORGAN JOHNSTON. Walter Reed Hospital Reservation. 14th and Dogwood sts. nw. Good meals and pleasant sleep ing quarters if desired. no5-7t FOR GASOLINE FILLING, ?up. PENN OIL CO., Ross-; V \ oc27-l4t fPETTSsVtD 6PE.IALTT ADVtR solicitor can tna*? food money on coin- j ? by working P?rt or ail of the time. Ad- | BOX ?. Herald office. ae*tf ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO E. SMITH. 803 C.t.sw. tf.| WITH B1CTCLE TO SERVE HERALD Cleveland Park section; flLSO per month tare on commiason bnia. Apply CIR ATION MANAGER. Herald office, ael-tf 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 ?t- nw. tf % iViERAL GOOD BOYS WANTED to deliver The Herald: $8 to $10 per month; can make extra money collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne. srf-tt 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.^ WANTED?BOY ? 9EKV* HBRALD ron e Apply Mr COnRTNEY. ? G at. n?. WAGON DRIVERS. WHITE. PENN OIL CO.. Rosslyn, Va. oc27-14t WANTED - BRAKEMEN TOR POTOMAO yard. 5f cent* per hour; alao car repairman, machinist*. belpera, carpenter*, freight brake men. firemen and other occupationa at tanoua pointa, PennajWania Bailroad. Apply 4? l,rtn ?'? ?e. Positions for Men In Car Shops. EXPERIENCE DESIRED BUT NOT REQUIRED. The 'Washington Railway & Electric Co. has several positions open for CARPENTERS and TKUCK,.?^K^ HAULERS?also men for MOVING CARS and doing general work around car shops and car houses. Under our new wage sa-ale which went Into effect last month good steady men can earn excellent wages. Good working conditions. Apply at 2411 P St. N. W. bOystoserve herald. $10 per month and bonus. Apply Mr D. ANDELET, 660 E st. se. tf 1 HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ! GIRL FOR GENERAL* OFFICE WORK; al?ut It of air: bexinr-rs considered. Apply HERALD ADVERTISING DEPART MENT nod-tf POLORED WOMAN WANTED" T?? 1X3 housework; only a half lay".; wort- ?a-l? ds>; permanent position. 2115 Alt. Pk'.i?uit st.. Apt. uc? 3t WAITRESSES AND-COUNTER girls; no Sunday work. Apply j GOVT. CAFETERIA, 6th and D. Ask for Mr. Reed. no8-3t | GIRLS FOR MESSENGER WORK; PKR manent jxieition; pleasant surroundings. Apply ^ CHESAPEAKE Sc POTOMAO TELEPHONE j CO.. 900 '2th at. un , second floor. no6-5t . i THREE STENOGRAPHERS OR TYPISTS. Apply Mr. SH1YES second floor. 2nd and Eye ats. ne. nc6^jt WANTED ? EXPERIENCED saleswoman for our neck wear department. Splendid opportunity for the right per son. JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO. no6-3t WANTED?MIDDLE AGED WO man for general housekeeping. ' Stay night. Apply at once. 1501 Webster st. nw. no6-3t WANTED?ROOMS. BY QIIET YOUNG ARMY CLERK; A bright single room in northwest section at $15 ?0 ?? ? IMX -T;. H 'NM off;< r i:-" FOR SALE?HOUSES. FOR SALE?Three aix-room houses in D. C. renting for 123.30 per month; best cash offer buys them: act quick on thia if you want a bargain. Send your bid to G. A. BEALOR, 22:i 9th st. Huntington. W. Va. no4-7t REAL ESTATE. Some Da* a Home or investment at CABIN JOHN PARK! WHT NOT TODAYt For plats, jlluatrsted booka. and full particu lars ab^ut these attle farms, attractive boms lit fa, and low price*. ?ee or write J. S. TOMLINSON. E4 SOCTBERN BLDG. MAIN T443. Six n-w honnea and bungalowa ready for In ipectlun. fl.MO to 12.500. Lasy terma. aod tf CABIN JOHN PARK.. atthaothe suburban bomes. I. 8. TOMLINSON. 324 SO BLDG. M T44I. | Sii new bouses and bungalows ready for In- . ipeelion. Sl.sW to C.S00. Easy terma. | BUSINESS CHANCES. 7T" \T H BOO M-WELL EST A BLISH ED", j well located and pawng place In Georgetown; rwtier leaving city; ideal business for a man vrd wife; only $C00. Phone We?t 300. no&-3t j LOST. ULACK POCKCTEOOK CONTAINIXO 124 and small change on M street, between 2th and 14th st*. Reward if returned to 1219 2th ?t.. Apt. 4. uo6-3t FOUND. NW.. A lflU2 G noft-lt I POUND? NEAR 10TH ST. NW.. A GOLD' bar ran. DOROTHY DART, iAll G at. nw. nnA-lt I WRECKERS ANDJJUILDERS. sr. WRECK ALL KINDS OF BOILBlN'iS. A. R. THOMPSON. U3J E ?<- ?. Wr?rttt in<1 Build*. WlStl REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.. We build to order any size refrigerator or cooling room. 611 F St. N. W Franklin 2757. PERSONALS. iVORKINUMEN-A DBIVINO FORCE OK the first ciaj*a is moderate prices and hustlers rill come any long distance to ?a*e cash. A'hat's the matter with the "boys" of Rpck *oint. the home of the "hard head."- Some rill buy good 'lightly used orercoata here at 5 up. They know. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 19 D. noS It DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. DVER 30 YEARS ?SZJZ < arrows and SpeetaJ Dliesata oi Men ami Wooun. Weans Health to You If You SuSer ?>?n Catarrh. Obealty, Bbeumatiim, Ci<?a?ipa ion, Piles. Throat, Lunga Brain. Heart. Blood lod Skin Diseases, Nertooa Debility, Kidney )iaeaaea. Bladder Trouble Specific Blood Poi roirr Eruptions, Ulcers, and AU PTlsate Dis rnied for Life by Safe Methods. Ihargrs Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE. 'rivate Waiting Room for Ladies IS to 1. ? ?d C lata ? to a HELP WANTED?MALE. HELP WANTED?MALE. WE HAVE A NUMBER OF GOOD POSITIONS OPEN % As Conductors or Motormen. ESSENTIAL WORK. Exceptionally Good Pay. Men within or above the draft age. this is an excep tional opportunity to learn the street railway business under good working conditions. * Our new scale of wages is as follows: For the first 3 months of service 43c an hour For the next 9 months 46c an hour Thereafter 48c 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. Government Building Operation JUST STARTING 100 laborers wanted at once. Housing for a few. Fred F. French Co., 17th and A Sts. S. E. AUTOMOBILES WasbingtoD Auto Exchange Automobiles, Tire.. AfMMri* Rrpaln. Trurko, Trailer., Stor age. Taxla. Auto Glaaa, Gi rairi. BatteHea, Etc. For Hire, 3-Ton Truck With Driver. CAN BE HAD FOR PART OR ALL OF THE TIME. OR BY THE JOB. HAS D. C. AND VA. LICENSE. FOR APPOINTMENT Phone Main 3300. FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. dodgF fount no car purchased new October *; $1,100; you ***** 9Xi- Rest reasons. Write BOX 272, Herald office, for demonstra tion no6-<t . CUNNINGHAM CAR. I-ABGE. POWERFUL, tast, perfect mechanical condition; forty* eight horse power; eight cylinders; seven ps*senger touring; upholstered in pigskin; new tiret*; leading Washington; price. $2,500. Write "GRAY8TONE." Klingle road. Rock Creek Park. phone Cleveland 1474. no6-5t GERMAN ATROCITIES. B L I SZTI(TO 8. snow. sleet, bail, will not affect your motoring pleasure if you have a Detroit Weatherjiroof top on your touring car; co?t small; comfort great. oipen till 9 p. m.; call today. MFRS'. Agt.. 413 11 st re. ncAit USED CARS. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. 203 N. Broad ?t.. Philadelphia. Pa. 1.000 rars to- select from?1919. 1917. 191? j models, in all makes. $2>0 up. Catalogue free on request. noTl.4.?.220.127.116.11.18.21.22.a.J> AUTO ACCESSORIES. (5Jk OWNERS NOT ONLY FIND OCR location eo? venient. oat to lonfl experience with autue Is of great value to the thousands we serve. A re we serving your car? Full stock accessories, oils, greases, etc. Central Auto Supply Co. 100S Pa. ave. Main 4714. FOR SALE?FURNITURE. cr?Sit Furniture cretht HOPWOOD'S Popular Price Furni ture and Stove Store, 8th & K Sta. MOVING, PACKING, STORING. "SMITH'S transfer and STORAGE CO. SORTH 3812. N 3243.? N. 3344. Nlferht or Holl-s day. Franklin 3911. 1 LONG*DISTANCE MOVINO. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTELY FIBEPBou* STORAGE Rooms, $2 and op. Moving and racking I N1TED STATES KTOBAUB CO. 41MP l(*b ?t nw Phones M. 4229 snd Franklin 3423 ti iriOVTNG" We furnish large padded vans and careful mee to handle your goods. PACK LBS of furniture, pianos, cuina. brto-a brnc, etc. Experienced m?n only. 8H1PP1NU to all parts of the world. STORAGE for furniture, pianos, and boost bold goods. KRIEG'S EXPRESS WANTED TO BUI. WILL CALL IN MY UNLETTERED AUTO mobile, city or suburban, snd pa* yon highest prices for ladle*', gentlemen a, children's die carded dothtng, of all description?. Address postal at phooa 1 wlIJ call ft. BlCft. 1MB TU> *. ?. ?. 1BE. FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. LARGE MARVIN SAFE. DOUBLE doors. Phone Franklin 2524. j Bargain. no6-6t BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. WINDOW SCKKKNs AMD SHADBS. | WINDOW HHADE3 MADE TO OHUKK. | Best Opaque on H H. Roliers. 3. G. PRKINKKRT, 'DO 11 st. oe. PhotiS 1 4!? tfi? I EDUCATIONAL. Y. M. C. A. Men and women. Accountancy. rreparat.->ry, shorthand. Orafting. grad-, languages, radio. Statistics. Bulletin* i:ee. 173S G ?t. nw. novMtt MONEY TO LOAN. UOStT TO LOAif on APPBOVID C1TT real ?*tate >t lowest current rales; apedaJ privileges with reaped to prl~- pa/meet*. TYI.F.K A Rf'THIRFORD Iwc W? 1Mb X tS AUCTION SALES. Thos. J. Owen A Son. THTSTKEM SALE OF rNIMPBOVED LOTS in Burr*ille. I). C. Bj virtue of a deed of tr.st recorded in Liber, 33T1, folio 212. of the Land Records of the District of Columbia. aDd at the request of the party thereby necured. I will st-11 at public auction at the office o< Thos. J. Owens Sc Son. Auctioneers. 1331 G street northwest. Waaiungton, D. C., on Monday, No *emN?r 13. 1913, at 4 o'clock p. m.. lots \ and 5 in block 2 in section 3 of the subdivision of Burrrille. a, per plat recorded in Liber 1(53, folio 192. of Mid Land Record*, now known aa lots 4 and 5 in square 5306. Term*: One-third of the purchase money in i-aah, of which a de- J posit of S5-) must l>e made at the time of the j sal?*. ami the balance in me and tw-> >tars #or j which notes of purchaser, bearing interest} from | the day of sale at 6 ier cert, payable semi - | annually, aril ?ccitr?-d fcr d?vd of trint cn the j property sold, will lie taken, or all cash at the | option of the purchaser. \H cone'an?.?ir$. rec- i ording and revenur hUjips at cost of Hircnarer, j and if the terms are not cmpli^d within fftecn days the trustee reserves the right to resell at th** ri*k and cost of the defaulting pardMkr ; after fi?e days adtf>rtisemeiit. FOUNTAIN i PKY'P >N. Surviving Trustee nog 11.13.1.*.IS FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Floral Tokens. Art:atic-expressive?inexpenrive. Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street. | Prompt auto Mrrice. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. W. W. Chambers. E. P. Chamber*. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. 1400 Chapin St. N. W. We Cse Automobile 8errice Exclusively. Modern Chapel, Day or Night Phone Col. IE. ~joseFh GAWLER'S sons Membei* t>y invitation National Selectea Mor ticians Services rendered in all parts of tbs United States hy special represent*tires. Telephone Established i860 Main 5512-5513 Lady 1730-32 Pa. Assistant AVenUe' DIED. ANDERSON?Officially reported by the War Department that Lieut. ALEXANDER KOOSIS ANDER SON. Twenty-second Engineers, U. 5. A., passed into life ternal, Oc tober 4, 1918, "somewhere In Fiance." Lieut. Anderson was the beloved son of Alexandra K. and the late John Townsend Anderson, and was in his 3oth year. He is survived by his mother, one brother and three sisters. BECKER--On Wednesday, November 6, 1918, at 1:20 a. m., at her home, 10S Sixth street northeast. ELIZA BETH CECELIA, beloved daugh ter of William M. and Mary <J. Becker (nee Daly). Funeral from her late residence to day at S:30 a. m., thence to St. Joseph's Church, where mass will be said at 9 for the repose of her soul. Interment (private) in Mount Olivet Cemetery. CONNORS?On Wednesday, Novem ber 191*. at 9:45 a. m.. JESSIE I. CONNORS (n$e Padgett), be loved wife of John J. Connors, U. S. N. Funeral services at her mother's residence, 1105 Ninth street south east. tomorrow at 2:80 p. m. In terment at Congressional Ceme tery. j DE NEALE?On Wednesday, Novem ber 6, 1918, at 5:3(1 p. m.. after a brief illness, NANCY PEIRCE OE ' NEALE. beloved wife of Maj. George C. De Neale. U. S. M. C.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks Peirce. Requiem mass Holy Trinity Church todav at 9 30 a. m DIED. DOYLE?On Tuesday, November 5. 1918, at 6 a. m.. at her residence. 811 Tenth street northeast, after a painful illness of neuritis, ANNA IX) YLE Funeral from the above address to day at 9 a. m., thence to Holy Name Church, where high mass will be sun* at 9:30. Relatives and friends invited. EVANS?On Wednesday. November 6. 1918, at 11:30 p. m.. at his resi dence, 3033 Fifteenth street north west. CLARENCE COWUC8. be loved husband of Edna Fitzpatrick Evans and son of George H. and Mary P. Evans, in the 30th year of hl? age ^ . Funeral from Speare's chapel, H street northwest, tomorrow at i p. m. Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery. FULLER?Suddenly on Tuesday, No vember 5. 1918, at 12 a% m., MAK THA A. FULLER, beloved wife of the late John E. Fuller and mother of Ruth H. Medford and Ernest U. Fuller. Funeral today at 2 p. m. from her late residence. 419 Kleventh street southwest. Interment private. HENDERSON?On Thursday. Novem ber 7, 1918, at 8:20 a. m.. MAK 1 ETTA E., widow of William Hen derson. in the 79th year of her age. HENDERSON-Departed this life sud denly. Tuesday. November 5, 1918, at 4:20 a. m., RICHARD C. HKN DERSON. Jr.. of 234? Sixth street northwest, beloved son of Maggie and Richard Henderson and bro ther of Edith. William and Beatrice Henderson. Interment at Herndon, \a. today Relatives and friends Invited. HIU*?The remains of JACK GIBSON j HI LI. will be taken from the vault j and interred In their tlnal resting | place at Glenwood Cemetery, rec-1 tlon F-116. today at 2:30. Friends I and relatives Invited. HI LI.?Suddenly. on Tuesday, Nov em- j ber 5. 1918. at 4:20 a, m.. JAM Kb JOSHt'A HILL. He leaves a de voted wife. Grace E. Hill, and sis- I ter, Beatrice V. Jackson. Funeral from late residence. lli? | New Jersey avenue northwest to-1 morrow at 2 p. m. Interment Har- | mony Cemetery. HINCKLEY?At London. England. on November 6. 1918, In of his age. after brief Illness, THOMAS HINCKLEY, second sec retary of the American embassy at Rome, beloved son of Eleanora O'Donnell and Robert Hmckley, of, 1623 Sixteenth street. JENIFER?Departed this life on No- j vember 5. 1918. GEORGE A. " FER. beloved son of Carrie A and Henry E. Jenifer and brother o! ^ B. Frank Jenifer. , Funeral Sunday, at 1 o <["took P( nv. i from Astiury M E. Church E? enth and K streets north*<^ Ke> j atives and friends are lespeitfully Invited. I KARN8- On November; U''"."A-',!' I lantic City. N. J . Mrs M AK i r. , Interment (private) S*\^Sovem~l Cemetery. 3 p. m.. l-rida>. No\em ? ber 8. . KEELEY?Killed in action Ke*ley. " (New ' York ^Norfolk (Va.) papers P'ease c?l'> *? KERSEY-On October ! France of pneumonia. JOHN A-. sonoV Charles T. and the late Aliee W. Kersey I.ISTON-On Wednesday. Nov,ember | 6 1918, at the residence of his ( (InUEhter Mrs Fltzglbbon 13h Harvard street northwest, at C p.. m JAMES LISTON. native of | Limerick. Ireland. MARTIN?On November 7. 191*. at t> a m.. at Garlleld Hospital. AH TEMAS MARTIN. Funeral from J. R W right under- i taking rooms. 133T Tenth street northwest, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Kindly omit flowers. MARTIN?On Wednesday. Novetnher 6, 1918. at 5:50 p m.. at her home. 41& Twelfth street southeast, pLIN c MMtTIN. aged 27 years, beloved wife of Robert F. Martin and daughter of George \\. and t ola Johnston. NEWMAN?The funeral of Lieut. IR VING T. t". NEWMAN, who died from injuries received by fall of his aeroplane at Waco, Texas No vember 2. 1918. will be held from Kendall Baptist Church today at 2 o'clock. Burial Arlington Na tional Cemetery. FF^RSON?On Tuesday morning. No 'vemher 5. 1918. at his residence, 1222 Mnssaohusetts pvenue n-rt ra west. GEORGE W. PEARSON. Funeral services at house today at 11 o'clock. RUSSELL?Killed in action, in France. September 2*i. 191S. T1IOMAS Kl . - SELL aged 22 years. ?on of .lames and the late Mary Russell (Baltimore. Md.. and Grafton, Va.. papers please DIED. SMITH?On Monday. November 4.1 1918. at her residence. 813 Twenty-' third street ? northwest. L.IZZ1E1 8MITH. beloved wife of Romeo Smith and devoted mother of Es tell A. Foreman, Celestine Bran num. Ida Wright and loving grand mother of Marlon Heel and ten other grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral from Liberty Baptist Church today at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. WATTS?Entered into rest on Novem ber 6. 1918. at 12 p. m.. at her resi dence. ? 1701 Nonth Capitol street. MARY ELIZABETH daughter of the late William and Harriet Watts and niece of the late Sarah J. Ed monston. * Notice of funeral later. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. Harry E. F. and Beaulah E Sailer, boy. John H. and Stella Owtiu. girl Maynard and Sarah Orndomff, hov Andrea and Teresina Interdonato. bo*. Raymond H. and Mary E. Gibson, boy. Sila* O. and M*ry T. Dotiald*on. girl. David O. and Alice M. Crapp. girl. Phillip and Camela Capnano. girl. Eugene G. and Louise Butts, girl. COLORED Tharlea E. and Olite Wealey, bo>. CJecrge and Lurinia Weill, boy. Tho*. U. and Larinli Taylor. br?>. Charles and Martha Parker, boj. Joseph A. aud Mary P. Henderson. girl. Adolphita W. and Adela Hyaon. boy. Wm. T. and EliMbH^i Chsppslle, l#?>. Richard and Mary E. Chamberlain, girl. Hcury and OUie B. Anderron, girl. DEATH RECORD. VTHITB Anna Coffey. 35 year*. Proxldence Hospital. Lirin.U>uiie JojeiA Abuse. S days. C E at. n*. I Maria I>. Ricciarde. 4. 30*4 Qnlwy (Jac* ne. I Anna Kate I'endlrt'u. ?S. 191# Itfttm re K. u*. J Jennie Irene Cotin<*a. 24. HQS ?0". *t- >e. Mary E. Watt a. 59. 1701 N <'ap'*oi George Cham ha*. 1C nrnn.. 19 O ?t. aw. Miinouri Gerard, 73. ?T7 Mi ?re. sw. Kiizal>eth t'ecelia Becker. 12. l'? fth re Nancy l'eirce DeNeala. 29. iC? California at Anna I>oyle. 54. Ell ltth at. re. Daniel Bresnehan, 42. St. KlizfibrthV Hospital. j Marie A. Fauuce. 27. M??-p tal. Saxaske Pujita. 47. Natal Hoapi'^l. COLORED. Jamea J Ilill. 42. 9th * It its. Gordon Minor, 20. 507 T at. nw Loutaa Holme*, 55. 140 D nl. m. Agn'a Irishman. 49. 1310 9?h ft i w. Joriili H. Dmkt. *. 112 I> M ... Ernest Jones, 3 hoof*. 50 Ptent ?t. i *. Elizabeth Smith. 53. ?13 ;Urd at. nw CHICAGO GRAIN. CONTINUED PROM PAGE EIGHT. a* the former closed tisar the bottom i rices j reached while the latter month* sold .ip from j the bottom iriivn 6Sa7Hr. Ther?> ?i? gci.eral selling ?.n the rrportwl i?ace and aft^r some c>f the ecu la tors bad put out a Lne they te traced their ateps and covered. <"a*h *ale* of oat? am mm.ted to 5^ ?*> tmahrla and the future* were mainly a little lower. The priori i ?. interest in the market ??? in corn. The feature in oat* waa the rather persistent lx>>itig of rash interests-especially of the Mo t ember future Cash oata were in good demand at uichanged premiuina. There was considerable buying of h-? products on the j/ace news. Pliers were aharply higher after an early decline. The votuaie of trade ?is not large in the |?it. but it waa reported that there waa considerable business done in the caah meat* and lard on government account. PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE. Philsdetptua. No*. 7. - BI TTER-Solid-juri ed rt>amery, extra, 60c do, higber-aconng good*. 6laC3c (the latter for jobbing sale*). extra flrata. 59a59V,c. first*. 5U5Sr aeconda. 53a56c, third*, 49aS2c; -aweet crramery. choice to fancy. ?2j64c. fair b? good. 5^a41c; ladlej. a? to quali ty. 42a44c. packing at. <k. 29a4k : fancy brandy of nearhv print a jobbing at 6ia?Cc: fair to gjod. *%? V EOGS-Nearby fimt?. 1B.S0 per atandard case ; do, current receipt*. 1? 30 i?er caae; do. aeo>od?, 15.90*17.'.0 prr ca>e; inferior lota lower; West ern extra firtta. 18.90 per cat*; do. flrats. 18.00ui8.? per caae; second*. 15.9Cnl7.19 per case; inferior lots lower; storage egjr* extra. 14.40 p? r cm. tirats. 14 10 per rase; second-. 1? 30a i?*r <-ai?e: fancy. carefully ?elect*-d. n?n<ll?"<l tresh eggs were >>bbing at ?7a?e i?er d<?. LIVE POl'LTRY-PowLs, ac^rding to qual ity. r*2a35?-; *!?nrg (hickena. acc?rding to quality. mnstrrji. 24s^c; dtn^s. prkins 3 a35c; d?>. Indian ninmr, 2Bs30c. gee^e. 9a32* ; turke**. 31? 3fc ; guinea*, young. i?r pair, Tighn g 14 and 2 pounda, apiece. 00al 25; smaller sizes, CQaCc; guineas, old. i?r pair. 7Ea83c; pigeon#, old. per iwir, 3jaCoc. do. ycung. |?air. 25a70c. COTTON MARKETS. New York. Nor. 7.-Fluctuation# in the cot ton market a.-re Tiolent'.y irregular today tinder alternate watcs of bu;ing arxl selling crdera. A rci-^rt that Germany had aigned the armistice hranglit about a awift rec??cry of more than 1 cetit a p^jnd. following weaknes? in the fore noon. Announcement by the ^tate IVpartmmt that the terms had not been signed led to heavy ww, MTitir. ~ :; rL.-^^'.'t.ir1 <*,i" *""??" nrtmtet^ por1* ,or <h* <>" ??? export# *?* 22.?i t?]f. St'SS? - - j.25tv &r*-rn? ,^"*- 'tt StL'-i v^?- &*.SS%2: ot. l>>>uif, 5,67?; Houston, 9.4m NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS. vva^hin Jt?r^' *ov "-?The following i c.r^:oniar"mre re??"????*-! k Anderson. herald s,.uar? M w Cooper Colllngwood. a H. be Rue c J^???; J D?"'en Continental; '"d- c. Gamble. Ritx rv.mhir P Glyen. Continental H Goldberg. Herald Square I gould SET": J , W Hor,on "SB Kuhil f ,i"rael- h"rald so"*"-:! ?? J. Kuhel. I^aiham; A. j i.an?a lj> M*?:. I~ I"nk- Flanders; j j | H,?Znsr (lonVnenul- ?> ?? k?ln. i JPavJ ' ,* ?,>n'- Continental D. i fl Continental; J. l Pitkin ' ,Um~> Shepherd ? ij?-oM *?"??*?. J H. Simmons. ild ^u^eu,,7-: ^ 2 Htranahan. Her- I grand^b1' H ""e:' Briv^ h l/, J* K'nK F",x Portland; R trade representatives ! ^"tlentfl4 c? i 432 fmmh "?"*? rfrrw^rsK. toort' and toilet goods. Hotel |m- j woodward *? Lothrop. xm fourth avenue- y r x,- ?' j "ss "u'^^ki?ea.iT2: m?J1*a Thornton, infants' wear. PURELY PERSONAL. ?*? ^'"r r'few d.r?' j prth?UiU V;;cc0eIn ?of ,h" government home by " "onfln"<' ?? him d^.r'?"min\k'r,r;n: "/ "" ^oWrJ. 'rip to Columbus, oh? fr?m " b^r ^0' ?"? cenau/ a recened a promotion <ZTn- iu"*"| u'p.Tm"nf. havre.^n^' tr'"ur>" i from "a v^.^r.X^o? j v?!."/^nekn^vn?nth?' Hi. hmond. '? gueau f^'ba'j.tmore1" p-rntrr. ref,u?edt7",uhry "" from new tork '""""d >o the city i turned fothe^ct^?^ X"*' weeks' vi*? (n chk-ag* ,,,. 8 ,hr^| 'j"lU' ??an Barr. of 510 A street 1 ~?rd.>'rw,'nr"hi- h"~f''' loun?u'l^S,,e>?.0f ?n,T'"hfi-m yesterday. "' W ?"?"n?toi. : Ueut. William C. Molndoe. ik]s ,wt\'0a<1 "" leaterda> ^amp Ja? kson, S. c. rolling and ? Sumner left Boiling h leld yesterday for a cros< .ountry flight In a De Haviland ptai.. for Dayton, Ohio. t?-spf=rirs^ w)lh Mrs. Knlcker She says if ?e m tsh ' ^we0jr"n"" " ?"r u"?-mharra?.ed spokesman we must shut up ?New ^ork Sun. That Rookie from the 13th Squad. By P. L. Crosby FOREIGN LOANS CALL FOR CARE w Liquidation of Advancer tc Allies a Nice Problem, Says Holland. WbM Thomaa W. l^amont ?Util ? few day* a 50 that prior to the wa* the l'nited State* owed in tOlM, countries four billion dolla.ru. tht mate wa> generally regarded a* ^C? curate, because Mr Eamont Is' Spa^ i ially qualified both by agpt rienos. information for making an estimate JL thia kind It agrees substantially wit! the estimate made by President although hi* fl?ur?s were baaed ?okal* upon the amount of railroad ?ecvTttttt* which were held abroad. mont'f figure* embrace all securities. Including probably menta made in real e*tate and jnoTV, 4age* In the Inited State*. chMJIy W. English capital. #fcv. So swift a rtd amaiing have been developments of the war that accord ing to Mr. I^amont this indebtednesi has been substantially wiped otic There may be atill held in Eu.^w. ? considerable amount of American se^ funtie*, and of late there hss jmf * *trong disposition on the -part those in Europe who possess cSP}^ to buy American securities. ^ ^ Nevertheless It i* clear. Mr. If mont intimate*, that when a WJl ance is struck between ?u". rope owe* u* and what we ?ffll m*y ow- Kurope. the enormou* prepond erance i* in Mvor of the United | State* Within four years at leaal i three billion* of our former debt te Europe has been, according to Mr I^amont. liquidated directly. Pre humably he mean* by thia that American aecuritiea aggreguunE thia amount have been r*turn<**? the United State* and have beea almo*t imperceptibly ab*orbed ey the American people. But we have done more than merely taking up the offering* of American *ecuritle? Europe pi-iced in our market?, he- ? cause private capital, bank* and !?' ^ i dividual*, have lent Europe It may be a* much a* |2 0O0.00.0?0. cer tainly a* much a* $1 500.000,000. 1? addition to that the government ha* loaned to our frienda roa* the *ea $7,500,000,000 and undoubtedly further loan* are to be made Some of those who are well In formed are inclined to think that# before the government flnd* it . longer neces*ary to loan credit or fund* to Europe the aggreg^\? amount of these loan* may be ap proximately |10 000.000 000 Snm WW be l?erea?ed. Here. then, are certainly t? .meMI of American loan*, governmentalI ^ individual, which have been Europe within four year*, with TO piobability that thi* amount Will be . onaiderablv increaaed before it *? no longer found expedient or nece* aarv to aid our friend* It may oe that when these loana are ended it will be found that they represent ir the aggregate not far from S12.OUU.OGU. <0*. It need* no demonstration to prove that it will take a long time to date such a stut?endou* indebtedness a* this It must be carried along fo* year*, and the doing of this i* one of - j the great problem* which American finance will i-e railed upon to solvd. Already preparations sre under wa> to solve it. ? i! Mr l^amont estlmatea that for some %ear* the United State* will be ne-~ ceiving in the form of interest upon these obligation* as much of t40f .0so ? ^ I a year. Thi* amount is only a'B^ tie under the ^um annually recOh*! in recent year* by the I'nited Statsfc I for its sale* of cotton in foretgn ^ markets. There will be. therefl&r^ constantly flowing into the CAJICn* States, in some cases four time* 0 | year and in some cases two. a great j volume of funds which the pay of this interest obligation represa One of the gratifying features MOP** ciated with this enormous tional financing is th?* fact that thgflg? who. like Mr Umont. hava ? careful study to thi* question* asa satisfied that there will ?>e no default j1 upon the obligations The Int^neJt ^ payments will be met prompt!?. ex cept possibly in one case, and the I ' principal of the debt will be gradual* lv. wisely and safely liquidated, so as - not to imperil trade conditions oe ? money market conditions throughout | the world. .. ' ' I y 7 <+ I K\prn?ea to C?ntlnae. Meanwhile for two or three year* at least the expenditure* made- b>' the government chiefly at home -wnf continue to be enormous. There >s to he no let-up in the production of * ships. Mr Schwab aaya that ship', buildinc will be continued with the highest efficiency possiMe. even though peace should come speedily. It Is not expected that our armie* In France will be brought back to tl*e I'nited States much before the Ptses- . idential election two yeara hence. Tha armies will be needed, over there, not for fighting, but lor peaceful pur* pos^s and for policing In order to' feed, clothe and otherwise care fcol^ 12.OO0.OOO men and to keep them welt equipped. so that if sudden emer.- .1 genctes should arise they will he successfully to meet them, will In volve the expenditure of vast amonnts"* of money by th?- government. There are at least 10.000,000 men now eniraged in industrial war work , I a*ho v 4*1 bv **>id by find that em ployiuent of that kind 1* no longer open to them. It may be a year or so before the war industries Close down. But It is necessary now to be- \ gin preparation* whereby these ftir dust ri hi workers may l?e led peaceful industrial pursuits as aoett ? as possible after the war industries have ended. HOLLAND. ^ OHIO STATE ALUMNI TO DINL President W O. Thompson, of Ohm State University. head of an Amer ican mission which ha* juat returned from England. France and Italy, where 1t stud ed agricultural condi tions. trill address alumni of the uni versity at a dinner to he held at Cushnv n'g Ccfe, *'07 Fourteenth stre?l northwest. Saturday evening at ? o'clock. He is expected to diacuis w prosper'a for food production In thaea countries after the war, and plans for American assistance. Short Ltae Contracts Seat Out. Th?- formal contract wMck frunwnl in oflninf .hort llnr i*U' roads' was 8fill out to all the line* yesterday It <a> to blank fom and must be approved by the Stock holder. and directora of the Unas and then sent to l he Piractor General who may a p pre ye or refuae to a* cept. It followa tlie outline recently announced. Oen. C. E. Homier, roncuaro^.a... Morocco, u DOW BUIH*r> governor at fvu. '