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HERALD WANT ADS
Phone Main 3300 Herald Want Ad Department;
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THF-^fifeHERALD
Published every d*yjn tbe year
?T The Wasfcioftoa Her?14 Com- ,
Dany at 425 iff Eleventh atreat.
*'a?hlnrton. D. C. ? ? .
Telephone Exchange ? Call Main
MOO. (For classified advertliemeaU
ask for Branch 1). ,
Member Audit Bureau of Circula
tion.
CLASSIFIED RATES
Wasted Help
Warned Situations
Wanted Rooms and Board.
ONE
CENT
Far Rent Kooau " A
WORD
(M Intern
Charfe. 9t)
Four hum ot 1cm. one time, 26c. 8am?
. tt*flB*nane<xu..
r*r Sale MlKollanenw.
L*m F?*?d..
All Other CliMlflrat!
Per Line?
I time ........J? ?nt.
?timea conaecntifely ????? J* c?nt*
timea eon?cutl rely - 19 eenta
t Tuirntlfely - J <*?*
* or mora rlmea eenaeent1?ely * centa
Mlntmn?o two ftoet
FORK1G* H B PH BilMT A TIV18
Tfll S C. BECK WITH SPECIAL AUENCt
Sew Tort Office - Tribune Bids.
Oiica?c Omm ........ Tribnne Bid#.
Derrwt Office ? F""J Bid?.
HELP WANTED-MALL
CHICKEN PICKERS, WHITE OR
colored, after 4:30 p. m.; good
wages and plenty of work; a fine
-chance to make extra money. GOL
DEN &c COMPANY. 928 La. ave.
nw. no9-3t
LABORERS.
STEADY WORK.
' APPLY IRON SHOP.
BARBER ^ ROSS.
5th and V Sts. N. E.
no9-3t
KlTcHEN MAN/WHITE OR COL
oi ed; no Sunday work. Apply :
GOVT. CAFETERIA. 6th and D. |
A:k 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 7tj
MLN FOR SATURDAY NIGHT |
and Sunday work; $4.40 peri
night and $4.18 per day. Apply I
Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL
WAY EX. CO.. 2nd and Eye sts
ne.. 6:30 p. m. Saturday anti
6: 30 a. m. Sunday.
"help wanted
New Government Restaurant.
War Dept. Munition Bldg.
20th and B sts. nw. (
6th wing. 3rd floor.
For passes
Apply at Information Desk.
Male
Steam Table Men
Kitchen Men
Female?
Cashiers, white
Checkers, white
Counter girls, white
Pantry women
Scrub women
Dishwashers.
Good pay, no Sunday work.
Apply to
W. E. WILLIAMS. Manager,
or see Mr. LEDGER, I 311 E St. nw.
? Laborers Wanted.
Good wages, of the most essen
tial government construction work
at this time at the Walter Reed U.
S. A. Hospital. Takoma Park, D.
C. 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. no3-7t j
(MEN FOR GASOLINE FILLING
' station. PENN OIL CO., Ross
Balyn. Va oc27-14t
?HTnE>SfiTOrBD_^rK. 1ALTV ADVER
uHafl aoHcitor cau maJic food money on com
miMtoo by working pert or all of tbe time. Ad
der* BOX 3B. Herald office^ "?H
GOOD ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO
H.E. SMITH.803C.t.sw. tf.
BO* WITH BICYCLE TO SETJVR HERALD
. tn Cleteland I'arli ?ection: lll? per month
of more on commission basis. Apply CIR
CtJLATIOJI MA.1AOEH Rerald office. ae* 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
SEVERAL GOOD BOYS WANTED
to deliver The Herald; $8 to $10
per Month; can make extra money
mcollecting. Apply 1018 K ?t. ne.
arf tf
WATTED - BRAKEMEN PoR POTOMAC,
yard. 5# cent* ;er Dour ai?o car repairmen.;
i machinate. bell*n. carpenter* fretfh' brajte- ,
men. Iremeai and otter ocruparkma ?' ** foiia '
palate. Peonaylraaia iUttmad. Apply New I
J?r*r ^ mj lt-tf
HELP WANTED?MALE.
WANTED?CAR REPAIR MEN!
car cleaners (while or colored),
first-class locomotive machinist!,
first-class boilermakers. Time and I
a half for overtime. Top salaries.'
Apply ROOM 308, Union Station.
?f
WANTED-BOY Ttj SCKVE HERaTT)
rwi f. Annly Mr rY)rRTNET. P C, ?r a#.
WAGON DRIVERS. WHITE!
PENN OIL CO., Rosslyn, Va.
oc27-Mt
Positions for Men
In Car Shops.
EXPERIENCE DESIRED BUT
NOT REQUIRED.
The Washington Railway & Electric
'?' has several positions open for
?AHPENTER8 and TRUCK OVER
HAULERS?also men for MOVltfQ
uARS and doing greneral work
iround ear shops and eat* houses.
Under our new wage scale which
went into effect last motith good
steady men can earh excellent Wages.
Good working conditions.
Apply at
2411 P St N. W.
gOYS TO SERVE HERALD; $15
per month and bonus. Apply
Mr. D. ANDELET. 660 E st. se.
tf
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
~ ELITE LAUNDRY. *
Young lady in office of essential
business; good salary to one who
is quick and accurate at figures.
2119 14th st. no9-6t
vsantei> T\vn yiit; n ?; laDTkh kT)r
usher*. S?*e Mi? ABBOTT, box office. <iay
?ty Theater. not-?*
^JJctbdT woMA.H to Wash and
iron: $3 i??r dar; stead*- work. Apply at once.
flARUT LBB\ ?S K nt. re. no?St
ilRi. TOR (TenBKAL I'FFU'B \VO!IK
about 16 year* of ag?; be*in?-*r* considered,
ftppl* H BRALD ADVBHTlSlPfO DEPART
It BVT
oLiiREIt Woman wTsrk.li TiT Bfi
housework: only a half lay".- worh *a"h dn>;
vrmanent position. 2145 Mt. I'leas-int st , Apr.
WAITRESSES AND ^COUNTER
girls; no Sunday work. Apply
GOVT. CAFETERIA, 6th and D.
<\sk for Mr. Reed. no8-3t
BIRI.S Fort MBSSBXUKR WORK; PER
manent lawition; pleasant surroundings. Apply
HBSAPEAKE A- POTOMAC telephone
'2th at. nw., second floor. no*3t
WANTED?ROOMS.
QIIBT YoUXtf ARMY CLERK; A
brirht single ro<*ra in northwest section at |13
?mth. B; >X . Herald office. noT.'t
FOR RENT?STORAGE SPACE.
FOR RENT
40.000 Feet Storage Space, in
Whole or Part.
Downey Storage
1622 L Street N. W.
J. LhO KOLB, Axpnt.
9^3 New York Ave.
Main 5027.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
'OR HALB POSSESION AT ONCE: TF.H
room liousr> in Cheit Ch?*, Md., in excellent
audition; electric lights; heat, modern plumb-I
ImrdMood floors; porches, lot 75*120. A r**al
?argain at JR.-W. If desired, will accept Hrst |
a>uient of l?lance joufr own terms ;
CYRl'R A. KMALK.
lain <621. 419 District National Bank Building. !
nod Zt [
rOR SALE-Three six ro??m bouees in D. ~cT j
renting for $3.30 j>er month; best cash offer 1
iti.vg them; act quick on this if you want a
isrgain. Rend your hid to fJ. A BKALOR,
gt- Hnntingt-m. W. Va. no4-7t
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTRAl TIVE S1HI RBAN HOMES
. S. TOJIUNSOX. T.H SO. hum;, _\| m.-,
Six new house* and UmgaldVs ready for in
gctim. Sl.jqi t,, >2=*?. F.m*\ (-nM. n<X tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
money r-oASrn o-Ti.irerty bono*.*
'all 5 to S p. m.. other times !?? appointment.
?MALE, 410 District National Band Building. '
no# ft |
loSki ft LOAr? Kjn Ai'pkuvkb ciTT
real aatate at lowest current rates; (pertaJ
?ri rile get with respect to prl? r>a<naenra.
y: er a rithereord iBc kit nth %t tt
WANTED TO BUT.
VILL CALL IN MT nKLCTTEHID ACTO
mobile. city or suburban. and pa? you highest
?>nces for ladies', gentlemen'*, ehL'drm"? di?
'srded c'othing, o( til dsseHptton^. Address
K*tmi or phone I ?lil call C HlCl, 1AV TU?
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
SCREENS AND SHAllEfT
WIMx.w SHADES MADE TO OKUEK.
RtM Oraqu? on H H. Rolim
1. U. I HEINKERT. 13P0 H at. o,
Tb<*i? 1 4!S tf!*
PERSONALS.
I AKIN,; AI.UlWA.NrF. rOB the ISI'AL
''(Ten, yon ?ry n? drmfxt diatnstM. b?t still
liere i? ? nr of bri?bUw? >nd lliat i. phone
"*,e l*l?. but not paper K and 110
iraleea Ti?i huj libertr braida. and ?e nav
lip men a ?om "I^Uilna. etc. Tell ua
1 "TH S Q[.|, STAXU. t|? I.
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
)VER 30 YEARS ?'raetice m ?
ienoua and Kperai UlaMaal'S 'iT.o ^
Heanj Health to You If You Suffer
'M UUirt. ubaity fiteumatiau, ,
ion, 1'iiea. Throat, Uingt Braio Hean
ui Ski, Ol^aeae. N.r.c?
BW" Tr^.Ula Sp,??
.IJhw- ??<< AU tvttate ut*
uea ruled lot U? bf Mfa U.tknU
harfe? Low. Medicine Furnithed
CONSULTATION FREE
f?r Ladie.
"Hca Haufa, il u ^ 1 ki k *?-linn ? Is il
HELP WANTED?MALE. HELP WANTED-^MALl
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.
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Auto Exchange
Automobiles, Tlrfi, Acc?w#pl?t,
Repairs, Trucks, Trailers, Stor
age, Tails, Auto Glass, Ga
rages, Batteries, 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.
iMitxjF TorniMU CAR purchased new
<N-t/>hrt 8; 91.100* timi ?*??? 995. Best reaaona.
Writ* BOX 272, Herald office, for d*m?in*tra
tiou. no6-<>t
CUNNINGHAM CAIt. I.AROB. fOWERFI'I,,
' ta*t. jerfect mechanic*! condition; forty*
| cidlit hors* power; eight cylinders; s^tto
I passenger tmiring; upholstered in riff"kin; new
.tires; leafing Waahinftoti; price, 92.jO>. Writ*
[ "(IRATFITrilVR" Klingle road, Rock Creek
j Park. i?hone Cleveland 1474. nnA5t
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
I OAK OWN?118 NOT ONLI FIND OUR
! location coi venient, bat e?i long experience
I with aut.o is of great tain* to lb* tbousanda
| a# serve. Are we serving your csr? Full stock
i accessories. oil*, finite*, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
10M ?'? Hf Main rM
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
| LARGE MARVIN SAFE, DOUBLE
doors. Phone Franklin 25.14.
11^1 no6-6t
FOR SALE?FURNITURli.
|S,t Furniture cn^
| HOPWOOP'S Popular Price Furnl
>iTri St.,v.- stnr", ^th ?<? K Sts.
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
i SMITH'S TRANSFER ^?u,^T?2s
AND STORAGE CO.
[NORTH 3.112 N
! N. 3344. Night or Holl-ElSiSSaiy
day. Franklin 3111,
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
I AR*OLCTELY (NREt'RUol 8TORAOH.
I Rooms, 92 and op. Moving and I'rcking
| UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. 4tf ? IWb
| St. ow Pboriea M 4229 and Franklio M23 ti
MOVING
| We fnrnlah lira* padded tans and aarefnl aea
' to handle your goda.
j PACKER* of furniture, ptgcioa, cOina, bno-a
! brrtc, etc. Experienced m?u only.
SHIPPING ?o *11 parts of the world.
STORAGE for furnitji-a, piano*, and bouaa
I bold good*
j KRIEG'S EXPRESS
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
i REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any alze
refrigerator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
Ready Reference
Telephone Directory.
AUCTIONEERS.
ADAM WB8CflI.EE,
92? Pennsylvania at* aw.
Mais mt
BOOK DEALERS.
BREN'TANO'S.
ISO P at. oa.
Phou? Main PlL
^INTERSANDPUBUSHERS.
BATWORTH PURMSHIMO HO VSR,
General Printer* and Publishers,
627-62* G St. If. W.
Phone Mnln 1062.
ANDERSON IRINTERY. THE. "
fir* Hoot, reat i4<r New York a**, n?.
Hbon- Maid MM
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
A?T?ni lo#*
Electrical Loatractot, *uo I *t nw., Washing
tos, D C. Everything Electrical.
EM"*ata? t^imtaixd Wat jg
SPECIAL NOTICES
SPECIAL NOTICE.
A REGULAR HMhIUN of ALMAS TEM
pie, Mjatik Shritie, is hereby ordered to con
vene at the patrol rooms, lttl H it. nw., Sat
urdsy, November ?. lfll. at ? p. m. Cetemoaltl
wort L. WHtTIWO E*TES, rot?Ut< flit
riaou Diagmaji. Record*,
EDUCATIONAL.
Y. M. c. A. ttirrvis
1 NnwlM
Accountancy, T**P?t*tn*7. ?horthand.
Drafting, grad?. lanrvafra, rtdio.
Statistic*. Bulletin? free. 1T36 O at nf.
- ... -"VB.,
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
A rt lat ic -ex prewi ?e? i net pensite.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt antn delivery afrlce.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
\T W. Chamber*. E P. Chamber*
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
140U Chapin frt. N. W.
We Automobile Berrlce EicliiaDely.
Modem Chanel, I?ajr or Nifht Pbooe Col. tSL
JOSEPH G.VWLER'S SONS
Membeu yy invitation Natiooal seiecteu lior
ticaan* 8erncea rendered in all parta of ti>?
United Htun hy special represent*ti?e?.
Telephone A. BMat.liabed i860.
Main 551 2-5613 Lady
17H0-32 Pa.
DIED.
ANDERSON?Officially reported by
the War Department that Lieut.
ALEXANDER KOOSlfl ANDKK
SON. Twenty-second Engineers, U.
S. A., passed into life eternal. Uc
tol>er 4. 191*. "somewhere In
France." Lieut. Anderson was the
beloved son of Alexandra K. and
the late John Townsend Anderson,
and wan it* his 3~dh year. He Is j
survived bv his mother, one brother
and three sisters.
ARCHER?On November 6. 191*.
JOHN K.. bachelor, youngest son
of Margaret and the late Jam^s it.
Archer, in his 40th year.
Interment private.
BR1TT?On Friday. November ?. 191*.
at h a m.. at his residphce, L14b
I street northwest. PIRRCt? I*.
HFHTT. beloved husband of Johan
na Britt and brother of Pierce and
Bessie Hritt.
Funeral from his late residence,
Monday. November 11, thence to
Ft Steuben's Church, where mass
will 1*? said for the repose of his
soul. Friends and relatives In
vited.
BI'CK NER?Suddenly, at F'reedman's
Hospital. Tuesdav, November 5,
IPl*. LEON HCCKNER. of
Fifth street southeast, youngest
son of Joshua Huckncr and the
lat?* l^ettie Hell Buckner. and bro
ther of Mrs. Florence Wormley,
Mrs. Anna Jackson. Mrs. Julia
Harvel. Arthur. Edward and Na
thaniel Buckner.
Funeral from Rt. Paul's A. M. M.
Church, Eighth str?et between 1>
and E streets southwest, tomorrow '
at 1:30 o'clock. Friends and rela-I
tives invited.
Bt'HHROD?On Wednesday. Novem
ber 6. 191*. at 10 a. m.? RARAH ft. i
RrsllRoli. beloved wife of Robert
B. Bush rod and devoted sister of J
Daniel Jenkins.
Funeral service tomorrow at Eben- I
DIED.
ezer Church, Foufth and D streets
southeast. .
HA UTERIS?On Thursday. Novem
ber 7. 1918. infant daughter of Owen
C. and Jessie Chatteris I nee Man
gun).
OPPERTHITE?On Thursday. No-,
vember 7. 191*. ai 1:46 P. #;?
Baltimore. Md.. ELlfcABMTH
DUNN, beloved wife of CharUs A.
Cobperthite, and daughter of the
late Robert W. and Klleabeth E.
Duhn. of Washington, D. C.
Funeral private, intermeht at Bai-.
timore. Md.
JOW(JIL?t??On Thursday. November
7. iwi. at her aside nee. May wood.
Va.. f.EONA F. COWGIlX tnec
Alderton). beloved wife of Myron
CoWgiil. , A ,
Funeral services from her late res.
dence. 208 Grant street. May wood.
Va.. tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. in
terment at Oakwood Cemetery.
Friends ahd relatives invited.
^ROOOON?Suddenly, November 7.
1*18. at l:Cf? p. m.. at his residence.
714 Maryland avenue northeast
SAM l'EU beloved husband of
Frances A. Croggon (nee Johns
ton).
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DE VAUL?On Thursday. November
7, 191ft, at 9:20 p. lit.. at his resi
dehce 137 F street northwest.
VINCENT L.. beloved husband of
Annie E. De Vaul and devoted
father of Marie L.. Edith \\ illmms
(nee De Vaul) and Josephine A.
Funeral from his late residence.
Monday, thence to St. Augustines
Church, where requiem mass wll
be sung for the repose of ??}*
at 10 a. m. Relatives and friends
invited.
EVAN8?On Wednesday. November
6. 191*. ftt 11 * P- m . Ht Ills resi
dence. 3033 Fifteenth sUP't nnrtt -
west. CLARENCE t>e
loved hualianrt of Edna
Eyans and son of (Jeofite II and
Mary P. Evans. In the 30th >ear of
Funeral' from Ppeare^ch*^!-1^
H street, today at 2 p. m. intti
ment at Rock Creek Cemetery
HBKDF.RPOK-On Thursday N"v??;
l^ETTA1'! wTdowof WIIHanllle^i
dereon. in the 79th year ?( ?,??'?
Funeral services at l^MCp''sv|
in?* Oawler s Sons. 1??0 ? enns>
vania avenue northwest.oclT Creek
3 p m. Interment at Rot* retw
Cemetery.
(IILI#?Suddenly, on Tuesday. ^?"em
V,er 5. Wl*. at ? ? *
JOSHX-A HII-U He ? ?
voted wife. Grace KM ill. ana ft
ter. Beatrice V. Jackson.
Funeral from late resldnnce.
V#?w Jersev avenue north* ?.t i
day at 2 P m Interment Harmony
Cemetery.
rK^^^r,^naKon'?F!fA?:iK>,rt
TlenVKOVO/enl?"r?and,l"n.,^t,'o.
A"b,ur>K M ,t re. ta north west
Relatives and friend, are revert
fully invited
KERSET-On ?<tober , J" Tn,. v \
?r^C%aVr.UT''a"n-|J;.''N,-te
Alice W. Kersey. _
MARTIN?On November .. . hi
a m at (lardeld Ho.pltal. AR
^rf^r/'S. WHJM -Ode,
n ort "i * e."0 Vr*i a vat /p" m Klodly
omit flowers. _ _ .
HF.VER-O" "-ember
Mr^ Jo^phlne Mever. IM Konr
teenth street northwest. ?t
Funeral WZZ. M ,?<??
irfvi'nla a^en"' -."h.? ?"*"
PKRRT. beloved son of Mrs. A. ?
ytuart and the late Charles K.
Interment at l^shur*. Va . ."day.
rotaK"t-%Tr"^-?
men's Hospital. n"s,\ '\ffV!d for
TER. beloved wif< of A -
Fimeral serrices tomorrow at the
Metropolitan Chunh. pomonke,. ,.t
1 o'clock. .., .
PRTOH-The remains of Mrs < *?' lv
pnvnH the beloved wife of .
n Pryor 1Mt Thirteenth street
Friends invited
ROBIN ^N-nepa-te.1 this 1? e. -
f'' . Mar Mnrlow Hani
Kg&STi-l
r?~
DIED.
F street between Third AM *ouf
and-a-hair street? southwest. ReV
W. J. Howard, pastor, tomorrow at
1 p. tn. Pastofi, relatives ami
friends invited to attend.
SMITH?On Wednesday, Norember 6.
Ill I. at Denver. Cil WIPTBR W..
beloved husband of Mary F. Btnlth
(nee Howell).
Noiice Of funeral hereafter, (Lynch
burg, Va.. papers please copy).
TRAMMELLE?On Thursday. Novem
ber 7, 1918, MA&Y E., the beloved i
mother of Arthur F Tramfhelle. i
Funeral (private) from her late resi
dence, 1288 D street southeast, to-1
day at 2 p. m.
VPruN-ln this City. November 6.
191*. at 2 p. m.. Lieut. FREDER
ICK E IPTON, l\ P. N . retired,
aged ?0 years.
Fuheral (private) from hlh late resi
dence, 8518 Tehth street northwest,
today at 2 p. m.
WATTS? Entered into rest on Novem
ber 6, ims. at 12 p. m.. at her resi
dence, lTC'1 north (Capitol street,
MARY ELIZABETH. daughter of
the late William and Harriet Watts
and niece of the late Sarah J. Ed
monston.
Funeral from late residence today,
2 p. m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment private.
JTJDt'NO?On Thursday. November 7,
/ 191R, AdNEH HL'NTER. wife of,
Francis J. Yountf.
Funeral services *ill be held at her ?
late residence, 1457 Chapin street!
northwest, today at 2 p. m
DEATH RECORD.
wmtt
i Artrtnm Martin. M TMtt. (JiHIe'.d Hnsital
I IjmIh L. H. K\an. 39. 13!5 Park rood !)?.
I Anns II. Hell. II. JE3! Kwlh t MM ?t.
! John E. Atrker. 39. at. feli?ibeth'? Hnsi?i. ;
Aitim tnnni. en UsHteld Hospital
j Hannah E. Heard. T8. I*rw??lt? Hmpital.
| Pi.rcp I*. Brltt * I M. n?
! Mary K. Trammelle. 71. Waah. A*<lnm H<m.
j Martl>a A Fiiller, 85. 119 11th *t. aw.
Thomaa Wagner. 56. Emergen"? Hngpttal.
I S|?ter Marr de Kales fcinith. 81. Uwngetown j
1 Visitation <*on*ent.
I .Tamp* Listen. 86 1S%! H?>*rard *t. n?r
j Fred-rirk B 1'pton. TO. 10th at n*.
t'arl Merer. P. Tiiberenlosie Hvipit*!.
Albert U. Jotr-e, M. 1133 T ?t. n?.
j Albert Armain. 8. 1M4 Puller 't.
t?e?;rge J. Slater. '.8. ?laTal Hospital.
Infant of All*n H an>! Phoel?e I*, <'a!d*ell,
18 da?a, <Jeorgrt?mn I'nirersitr Hospital.
mLonnn
| T1ioma? Rmwn. 39, flat at. n*.
I Ku hard Henderaon. 19. 346 6th st. t.w
I Porothj Dime*. 1. Virginia are. nw.
' U'felt? Henderson 37, 1739 L at. nw.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
wniTR.
I H?*rf**rt N. an'l Ellen E. Hin4. girl,
j A. and ?'atl?rine N. Wwkel. bo*,
j ninrr P. in<l Annie M Tkompeon. girl.
I Aitthrnf and Annie Matatics. girl.
Tlmma* S. and Nellie tiargea, girl.
I Charles W. ani Fl.fehce Maine* girl
Charlr* E. and Irtkh K. FV-ehafer. girl.
Armani an<i Anna M. K>mdeTiIle. girL
I S>?tatiiir> and Vincen*a Aluiai, boj.
COLO It to
Win. .1 and El n org Hafrod. hot. %
Utilizing War Labor.
Problems of war organization of In
! dustry are outlined in a lesson pre
j par^?l by the 1'nited Statps Rureau of ?
j Education for the upper hiprh school i
j clashes Tho ?im of th* lesson is
i to show th*? difflrulti^s that stand In j
I th? way of proper utilization of man
I power Wasted man power through j
; strlk< ?. lockout* and industrial dis- j
i fiute* which do not develop ao far. |
j throuth lack of knowledge of labtr !
. conditions in every part of th#> cotin- (
Itrv. and through other causes, ars ,
dr>j?crih?-d in tho lesson. t The necea?lty ;
of providing rood livinc conditions j
. is stronRl>" emphasized and as a cor- !
oil a rv i.? deduct the observation that ,
th?? envernmen' must provide hous
ing where it ia necessary?a method '
I already ariopt**! hy the Department
i of Lal'or. The need of a spirit of !
j co-operation on the part of the work- ?
I men is stronely urtred. Waste throuch I
' c*ce?slve labot movement, or "tum
I ov? r." tnust he prevented The e*- j
pet i?'nc e of Amrri(*a in the war ia
'then described from the point of \iewj
of tb" labor situation The work of 1
th<^ National l^rfensc Council is de-I
'scribed, and the origin of the lsbo~'
? or industrial service organizations of 1
: the vnrious envernmenl departments '
j Is outlined. Tli^ necessity for n more
? systematic orq:aniRation of eovern-i
i mental activities dealing with labor j
j problem? led. it Is shown. tA th*?,
j formation of the War l*at?or Hoard!
and to th? establishment of a nun
bei of new bureaus and services In j
jthe Department of Labor.
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f
:
WHAT ARC
you doing our
joe?
Oh. i j ust <c a Me
OUT FOR a 6REATH
OF FRESH AIR f~
lALTtMOAE PRODUCE.
COSTtHt'BD no* PAOt MUHT
5#c; nrarbj eeeeiarrj etteas, ?e*r; 4?
StaSSc; d.ir* ?rint*. *??!???. rennet I taut,
and Virpoll. Mire. ??< 4?. fim*
>torepat*ed Bclta. Hi*, roll- ?>nW "*
pMinettteitia. 3K-. do. +m
Wil.R Wwtern Marxian* end I'enne. Itenta
?no near?>. P" "
sf MmlMHi and Virginia. I*. ??? ?"? "V
OMo. f*T doa. ?rwa. ?; *"< ?"**???> f"
dot Ik: ?outhtm iKorth Carsltae). P" **? |
ft Hit*. Willc .. |
UVM PorLTtT-CkW^w*. yming. F* *>
ler*e mt-. do. mediiwn. * : <* a L M
do Whit* L?honi?, ?r; 4o toy e?
oreae ?* oM rwoalrr*. 2&?r ?kd hene. o*er
rill' Mr'; da. mu\\. J*21 r; d? Wh^Ut
bamft, 3lelfr; *?<*? Muaro*y and
voutit *: do.
d?, piriife SH lb? ? "* *?w. ??* ?
p.wW. *ef7r turk**?, eboi~ roung. I lb ??
o**r. *r de oW torn*. *r geeee *****
? nrl Virginia. tfa?r; de WeetetB AM) Rontb*??.
3eflk; I>ig?a?a, J*r peir, old. t>'*c. de. *"""??
?e?V. g*kn fowl. 'O'ini. "W 3* "*?
IV. do. tmdef 1% lb?. fci. *>. ??"'?*? "^1
do. old. !5c. j
rOtATY>?*-White Wwtfffl Min** enO
r" i? ?? rmtiM. do, *e?
Tot*. N?. 1, per "? W? 2 '??? * '1". B""r"
f*bor?- of llartland end Virginia, M.Cenntek.
tJOet.* do. Imtjt. i?t 1? ib ??<*. J-1*** *
eeeeta, reiH>??. North OttallM. t?f M?- ',<M
3 gp 4e Abb# Anindel. tea he' * rt"
fcMMHt *hot? of Mar land awl 1 ? IT
bid.. 8JfcI.lt; de, Virginia, l>er M?1 . !.*<???-?:
\idii, faocy. Iwifln. l*r W . 3 80?3.?.
COTTON MARKETS.
K.? Tarli. Wot I >? i
HlW wm Mi ? niiwh irai? lir "">? ,,"t
Ihr oiarkH on thr ?ho?e ww I ??? ??
prmM tlxt Soothe* b.ader? \\t't J?? ?
rniirttrt b. ftpw^?tw?v an ?Ipii'* '*
t?rm> to ptac* ? prttr of * to ?? on th?* ?*
tt.tii.in? h'Mlnr >it>V. ?t? not t"i"ol iwdlnt
ibr ?*?rt of th* rttlflrttton of the ?nni?tir? ?i
the nurkrt. ?W- ll? i?"i ?rh?rfult <* qiiot?ti??
for ?ood? A bulU* bf ?'? C?t?M |
rttii Ot, (ianini to itrtnhct a midr ooli ?
pofan tmi??1?"tor on ?rntimr-' Latr dt?l*tcliw
rr|mrt?l heat? flood* in the Brew* Rtter aertion |
of
Tl?? rloMe itndf ?t ? n^t declin* m 3?
67 |Kfint*. _
IU<^|>U at the i?wt^ f'* tin dt? t.W
UIM r< impart <1 with ?.2fc baW a aro
r.fT4 l?le? a year *??v
Stirka in New Vork are *U*7 ba'.?* a?a>iiBt
59.14f bale* tort rear !
Eii-*ia for the da* were bale* mrlwa
i! c 10.101 hole* to Oreat Britain and ffTf' balee
to ihe eontinent
Bf??t at ?5?-w OdN'ii wa? quiet and on- |
rltanged at *.??. aet#? T? hale#. Spot |
here was qniet at a decline of f?wt? pants at ;
30 8>. Ther? ?rere no aalea.
ltecel|*ta at Iradin* pnrta U*la> Cal-]
tenon. :.C? Wear ?Wear>*. J*?; Mo??|e. !?:
^aTanna'i. f.SS?: Witalln|taB, Tl Neeft'lk, 1.825; 1
Boston Its. Mea?|bi?. 8.S1?. *t Louia. S.ffJ.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
(Cnited ?tate# Bureau of MaHwte.) i
CTiirar?. So*. 1-HlKJS-RwlfU 30.W: I
market **rv but mnrv lackers. ahi|H**a J
and *pernlatr?n? now b-ijirc . at*mit ateadr t? i
atrorf with ?e*terdar nnruinir'* ?aH> iwicea; j
I vertical toj?. 1B.?; hntrher* lTWalft.* ltiht.|
rra1??; I?rkins. H.r*lT.?S; tliro* <??ta. 15.?
alftai: pif?. good to cbnic*? 14TSall.50
CATTLK M^^iiaa. f .??; r**d net ire arut
We-tem rte^re Mmnc to higher: other* and j
luti-ber rattle *l?w. calvrn atron* to ?c hifHer. .
PHKE1'-Rereij't*. 11.WO: Idlbne Haa^e* ?c
to mr l'?wer than v?*trrdaT> earl> trade feed 1
ing lamha abmit Pteed?
Faaal Buffalo. No*. l.-t'ATTLE Rerr,p?? W.J
glo? 1
r At A RR- Receipta, 5V? atroiif at T w*2B rp.
H?h;? -Ber-ii'ta. T 3?: I'ire ateed\ othw
ra?y heavy. It.lfcl**. wlaed. ?^al?? Y<irk
err. 1SJ?: li?ht Yorkers and ?te*. IT.SMT.K;
ro'iaha. 1J.WW16W. eta*?. l?JDal4^?
SHEEP end LAMM Rereti^a. ""W. lam*.
?low ?nd eeaier: lamba. lOOOal^Of: other* un
< hanged.
!?t l*mi? N>?* i H?XS* ? Receipt a. T wr
hither l*trt.? r TlklS.*; It TSalS ? m?*?d
and but?4?ef?. 17.((*1S 3?; t ?od hea*|. 1^ 3el'.W
Uilk. lT.T6e?S.?.
t'ATTl?B RerHpta. 2.P*; Me?d* natire ateer*.
UJMI 3; yearling end hc'feir. ? <ta'5.S?:
ootra. T.aialtSO: atorfcef* and fe.der*. ^ 53aIf f*,
rahea. T.tlalt.S
fcHBBT- Rere'pta. 1 .*? iitead^ . lamba. 1? "4)e
lk 78. ewee. 11 Wilt ?
Pitteb'Tfh. No* ? H?M;-i-Rr^ipt*, T5"0:
?deed) hee*>. lT.?0el!.f0. bea*y Y?eker*. K.2Sa
1T.*>: light Yorker*. 1^.5?al? 75 |kg* 16Wa??50.
SttEEf and l^AMBR-fterei|it?. l.W at end j;
t<q? ehecr. 11.28 top larnhp. Ik.
CALVE* Receipt*. 1<# loeer; top. If?
t'incinneti. Not. ?.?HOO*? Receipta. 3.3?n.
atead> ? end iinchenged.
rATTLE Receipta. 1 750; dull e*?d lower:
he?fer*. cttre. 10 OOell.00: helfer?. C??d to
choice. ?mea.75; row. ettre. PTSalfOn d??.
IP* d to ehi??rf>. 7.30ei 75; do. common tn fair,
f 00a7 P"1; cel*e? etmng; fe^r to good. IS.O^".*
do. common to large. 5.00ai2On
SHEEP Receipt*, Tin. atead> and unrhenfed
Pilr, No*. I. HOUR Receipt*. 7.f>;
ateedv. he*?tr. lT.no?lk.l5; hiitchwa. 17 llkll.tt;
lighta. 17 ?k?|Rno. iw?a. ;t.c?ei*w
BATTLE RecfiiHa. t.00V uteadt ; prime ateerv
lT.9leN.C; Boithem atecr*. f (?^ali.f0 cowe. :.OOh
10.??; heifera. f"?al2 00: ce'*ee. 7 COa : On
PHEEP Receipta, 2.5W at^ed* lem?*. ll.Wa
I".78; >ratlings, 10 0.all.90, fretlirr*. S5?il#.*i:
emoa. 7 00r:?.ST.
BALTIMORE GRAIN
I? Itimore. No*. 8. ? WHEAT F*irm. un
rliang??d; Mo. Z. red winter. 2.3&\: No. 2. red
w inter. gaili?k>. 2 33\: receive. CS.8T8; ehij?
Uimta. none.
CORN?TnaetUed. e*?ter: rwitrect >ellow. 1.53
to 1.55. retwipta. 4.2S^ shuenenta. 311
OATS St<%?!\ : No. 3. white d<anp-tic. em
rer*rii?t?. I4?K8: aliiptacnta. 27.01
RYE- Firm: No. ?. Weetern e*ia?H. H"***- I
I.tkV?; rec4pt?. 2i.503 ahipoienta. 30
HAY Quiet: easier.
FbOl'R I?nll; light Inquipr.
CHICAGO GRAIN.
j
br jo?ri-;i r. wirrrtiARis.
Cliii-ago. ti ?*. 8 The trade in own diMaved
roneideiaNe rent ion tode*. New commitmenta
nf even moderate aier were not in eftdene
Whet the aarket lacked in ecti*it*. it morr
then made ?p in irtegularU* The tr?md nf
prires waa quite uncertain aa ahown b* the r?*at
ing gpote f<* the dey, aa the Noreml^r ration
fir a need 5 ccct? while the mote def rred montha
were l*k to fSc low-er.
The ineeent month wa? in demand from abort a
and it ranged from $'..21 tn Si ?V do*ing at the
latter, and that iwicp waa bid for Mot*
Th? price of oata waa more or leaa influenced
b? the c'rtangea in rocn. There were ad*enrea
H to Tic for the nearb* fututwa while the de
ferred were l?aWc lower. Thia gram ahowed
conaiderehle atre'gth. howerer. on the rctiorta
t?f hea** export tekinga at ?fjtaide market* a?
nell aa bida here for rwbnd lota on np*t and
gitern mental account a Owntty offering* were
small with the insiwction here tode> 1E3 cara. |
The People'i War.
Rut w# art* learninft at WnshinRton
and fvenrwhere that thi* is the peo
ple's war and that the thlnK to do Is
to forget partisanship, to oetracl?e
the demo#ct?(tues nnd to fl*ht thr *ar
to a winning flnirtt. "It Is not a rich I
man'a war." said Mr. A C Bedford. I
chairman of the National Petroleum
War Service rommittee. in hie elo
quent address before the lndej?endent
Oil Men's Association In convention at
New York recently. "Talli is no
longer heard." said Mr. , Bedford,
"thflt thta Is a rich man's war. The
fact la that all our pwi'1*- rich and
poor, have come to realite that life |
on thia earth for ourselves and our
posterity would have in It but little
that is worth while unless all that
rtertnany In this war has come to
stand for Is absolutely scotched and
ah',Iterated f .r nl' time."
Ir levying wir taxed, aa in conscrip
ting men for the war, the levy should
be uniform "There ahould be no
slickers and no exemptions. Bvery
?ne should do his paH. As the Rache
Review says. "It Is a blundering eco
nomic shame" that only 4W.MI people
paid the revenue ta*e? of 1*1S anil less
than SOO.WO In 1M7. In Great Britain,
where Incomes are lower and wages
much less, nearly LW.MB persons paid
an income tag during the past year.
Lhough Its jtopulatloh la lees than half
of outs Is stronger evidence needed
af tha Inequitable characUr of our
war taxaa?
LIQUIDATION OF
DEBT PROBLEM
U. S. Greatest Creditor Ra
tion in World, Say? **
Holland.
Thomas W. l,amont did not. In
hi* recent address. set forth hi#
^ftiniite of the amount which we
om?-d i?. Kuropp just before the war
begon |4 oon.n?? por, and on tha j
other hand speak of the loans. pr?-I
v.ite and governmental. which ??:
hamade to "ur friends serosal theS
aea?n?w approximate!? {
?<?0- Pimply for the purpose of*
a ratifying natural curiosity. *Hia
purpose ?<ia of the highest import- ,
ance because on* of the immediate,
problems which will be offered for
Solution after the war is ended wiil .
If satisfactorily aolved show ho# \
this stupendous indebtedness to thd :
United States can be in due course ?
liquidated.
The liquidation must be acfhm-1
plished without interfering with
the development of international I
trade. It is even desirable thai:
the allies e?port to the Unite#?
States as great an aggregate o#
Commodities as Is possible. Theae*
however, will not. for some year^
do more than partially to ll^uidat*
the obligations Incurred by Ku rof>4
when It buys Amerio?D com mod I
ties such a* food, raw material,
manufactured articles, railroad and
electrical equipment which are
needed for the reconstruction of t
the industrial enterprises. espr- J
cially in R?ltrium *nd France. and
to some extent in Italy.
Mr. ljflmoiit. ar rhairman of th^
Foreign Securities organisation, so-*
cslled. is expected to give as much
of his time as possible, aided by a
committee which he expects to ap
point. to a cartful study of financial
and other conditions In the coun
tries which ow? u? this enormous
amount of morn v ho that the commit
tee may be in position to pass Judg
| n>ent upon the securities which It 4*
expected will be offered to the people
| of the I nited |?y foreign gov*
I eminents. by lailroad* and by cor
; porations.
latfutnriiii rtrrr<a Debt.
| There is no official publication which
I acts foith the amount of foreign se
? Curitie* which weir held In dreat J
| I'-ritain nt Hie beginning of the mar- I
| Henry |\ Davison. who had in Iff*
| an opportunity of learning some things
i which mere associated mith the Tn
i vestment of English capital in fur
, eicn securities. j=poKe upon his re-?
I turn of ine ?xirre?ate as enortnou*.
j but he did not think thst he was Jua-.
! lifted in stating in figures all thmt
i he had learned Rut the presump
tion is that Great Rritains invest-. I
i ment in fo^ien ? ecu rifles mas not
? equal at the beginning of the mar to
the ausregat- of the indebtedness
i *'h?ch our allies nom ome to the ?
j I nited Statea?certainly not to tb?
i amount which mill be owed to us by
the end of the year If*?# y
Therefore it is reasonable to assume
that mlthin four >e?rs the I nitei
States hns not only liquidated a for
eien debt of Ji,.*.,. on?w hut ^ IB
addition lent so much money to o?r
sllies ss to justify the statement tfc?u
this country ?* ?inm the greatest ered
I Itor nation in the morld and is an re
to remain In thst p<?ettion for som*.
- |?-t haps many, yea*-* after the mar la ?
ended.
Nevertheless it is essential that this
foreign dei.t 1?> liquidated. an1 ar>
J I a rent ly Mr. Lamont and his rmo- ?
e;ates are rntistied that one of t??o
l?est. because the surest fiitd most eat
isfactory. means of liquidating it wt|<
l?e through the shsorption by the
American people of vast amounts .?r
foreign secutitfes mhieh will he sent
here Immediately after pea^e haa '
<omc. ..
Allies Owe Rillloas.
Whether me ?iiiill |?e able to ahaprfe
ss many securities as represent tn *
, their tar vnUir In the accregate
ten billions or tmeive billions ^ d\+4
' our allies ome to us is a question.
Rut mith men of whom Mr ijNmtnt
Is the type, p-ih-ip* the best type wn>
will m.-ike effort to obtain accurate
? and exh..uetivr information ro*r?vttng
I rtnanciM rod other conditions in Uie
. c..untries which are our debtors and,
mlio h> experience are qualified Ul .
s< rutin ire every kind of security Chat
off* icd and to make reports leaped
up in t'i. ? scrutiny, active a.? ad^'-aoia.
theie i? no doubt that the Toilc*.
J*ta?tr w'll t*e able to absorb n \aM
amount or Kuropcan securities
This is one of the les?ont m hlch th*
sueeessful flosting of the four lib
erty l/o?n Iwnds has teught. Reform
| the I'nited States entered the mar
It was impossible to conceive of the
American people becoming of ? sud
den investors in billionn of l*onds
Within a \ear the p<*op|e learned
m hat m'ise investment means, how ft
encourage* thrift and what the ad
vantages an* in convertinr some pro-4
portion of saving* or Incomes into
l?o?nis or other securities. That les
son mill. Mr. I^amont believes, make
it alt the more easy to per?uade the
American people to make Investment
In foreign securities. For the gov
ernment mill no longer find it nei^es- .
aary to a*k the people for further
loans. There may be tmo more loane
but probably the last of the l.lhertf
T<oans will lie floated In the fall of
Hi*
As our government mill not find ft
necessary to call upon the jeopb
for further contributions, ex<-eptinf' j
in the form of taxes, the peop1a? V
having learned the lesson Which w??p
investment teaches, will tie do-no?ed
to invest their surplus not only Ifl ?
hiirh grsde American fecuHtlee but ?
also in thorr m-hlch will be offefed
In this country.
Fortunately me pos^ens an as*et of
ihestlmsble value in aiding the flota
tion of foreien securities m hich have; j
parsed ?tie scrutiny of compote At
men. Thnt a^f*et If a liuuid. free and
impersonal mseket such a* Nem York I
Stock Fxrhathe i?. "MOI^LAKD."*
Anti-Trust Coir.pl lints
Against Marinello Co.
Formal complaints avainat the Mar
inello Company of Ia Croast. Wis.. i
the Matlnello rn|nt.#njr of Illinois. ?
and the Marinello School of Chicago ?
snd the School of I 'oemet iciana pf ^
Chicago hive t?e?'n issued by the F^B>- , 9
eral Trade Commission The TWO
Chicago concerns are charted wiih
forcing graduates of the school to
use exclusively products of the Mar
inello Companv of Wisconsin and to
msintain ? specific standard reaale
price for the ssme The Marihgltp
Company of Wisconsin is charged.,
with violation of the Clayton anti
trust act In fixing prices, dii
and rebates on the condition thst
the contracting parties shall not
in the products at a competitor
ny.
n ami* m
scounta
?n that

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