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D. J. Kaufman, Inc,
T00S-97 Pi. Aft.
<1? 17th St- N. W.
Remember, Now Is the
Time to Buy
There it nothing more usefui
or pleasing that you could send
to a boy "over there" than
something in our particular line.
Twiapiex Strapper
Straight Razors, $1.50 op
Safety Razors, $1.00 np
Safety Blade.
Packet Season
Razor Strops, 50c np
Amy aad Navy Combiaaboa
Kihrts
Fauataia Peas
Amy Model Wrist Watches
Radiolite Watches
Sharing Brashes
Sharing Mirror
Metal Trench Mirror
Brtrsfcarp Pencil
SoWiers' Kits, $1.50 up.
FOR RENT
4D.OOO Feet Storage Space, in
- Whole or Part.
Downey Storage,
1622 L Street N. W.
J. LEO KOLB, Agent.
923 New York Ave.
Main 5027.
Optical Company.
Optometrists and Opticians.
For Better Vision"
Scientific Examination
A Fountain Pen
aaeful K|ft.
We Sato the Utryeat stock of KouxiUin
of any retail *ors in th? C. S
WATERMAN SWAN
PARKER C0NKL1N
SHEAFFER MOORE
Richard's Fountain Pen Shop
1235 Pe??. *vf? Waahlartea
Xnus Show Cards
DoOs' Hospital
sale af
lh? amt Jtlalrl
Holla bant la aar
Hospital. Hra?a to
at aar doll la atack.
Garrens Art Store
?07 H ST. If. E.
I^OVCR
j^lADSUlo?
k 12tkiHArek
RESORTS.
?n"?"Tic cttt, jr. j.
18-YEAR-OLDS
TO GET BLANKS
Questionnaires Sent Out
Today Must Be Properly
Prepared. .
0 ?
Questionnaires are to be sent out
today to registrants who were 18
years old at the time of the Sep
tember 12 registration. There ar?
5.G17 men in this class in the Dis
trict.
All of the selective service regula
tions must be followed out in re
gard to these questionnaires. Seven
iays. exclusive of Sundays, will be
given the registrants to have the
pamphlets filled out and returned to
the local board*. f
It is believed that when these ques- ]
tionnaires have been prepared, the j
men will be classified and the rec
>rds kept for reference in case of
?mergency in the future. Work on the
classification and physical examina
:ion of registrants in the 19-to-37
rear-old group" Ls proceeding rapidly.
Hie work is practically complete and
t is expected that by next week all
?ecords and reports on the classifi
cation will be in the hands of MaJ.
D. J. Donavan, Director of the Draft
in Washington.
Regular Stations Nat Open.
Owing to the relatively small
number of questionnaires to be
filled out, the regular stations of
the legal advisory board will not
be open. Justin M. Chamberlin,
chairman of the board announced
yesterday that anyone wishing to
secure the aid of a lawyer in fil
ling out the pamplet. could do so
t>y applying to one individually.
Four new members were appoint
ed to local boards yesterday. These
members are in addition to those
already serving on the boards. Wil
iam T. Sherwood was appointed a
new member of Local Board No. 3;
Earnest E. Fisher, No. 7; Chester
Haywood. No. 8; and James P.
Schick, No. If. *
-EAPS FROM TRAIN; ESCAPES
J. S. Officer, Returning, Tells How
He Broke Away from Captors.
New York. Nov. 14.?Lieut. Thomas
iitchcock. Jr.. was among the pas
lengers on a liner which arrived here
oday. Lieut. Hitchcock, a young
American airman, was shot in the
high on March 4 and compelled to
and within the German lines. He
eaped from a moving train ^ escap
ng from his captors several 'months
ater, walked 100 miles ?o the border
ind reached Switzerland August 23.
ie came to America to visit his rel
ieves at Westbury. I.. I.
Dental League Operated
On 650,000 Soldiers
Members of the Preparedness League
>f American Dentists have performed
nore than 660,000 free dental opera
ions on men drafted for military
ervice. prior to November 1. This in
'ormation was made public yesterday
it the league's headquarters in New
Fork.
It is announced that members of
ihe league have made several hun
Ired men fit for military service.
Lincoln. England, was the birth
>lace of the British tank and mount
ng of a tank as a monument in the
riblic square has b*en suggested In
:ommeraoration of the event.
LOANS
HORNING
Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry
Sooth End *t Hi(kway Bridge.
Business TrnmartH Exclusively
Tfcere
Take earn at I2ih Street aad
Pennsylvania avenue, for south
pad of HlKhnny Ilrldjce. Oae ear
tlrkpt eaeta way.
G
UATEMALA COFFEE
4()clb.
Won Grand Prize
Panama-Pacific
Exposition.
M. E. SWING CO,
Ilk and II Sli. M. W. Mala 7901.
Coffees, Teas, Sugars.
Tll? Store loai Pbr?<iJLH KKOmmeixb.
Trusses Experts
-of 38 year* experience. Special trained at
tendants for ladies. Private rooms.
Tke GIBSON Co-.. lac.. 917 G St J
?T XiKJ.
Young Men in Navy
Can Return to School
Young men In the navy will be given
the opportunity of going- back to
school and college, it was announced
yesterday by Secretary of the Navy
Daniels.
Large numbers of this class of
young citizens went into the navy at
the first call and at a sacrifice of the
best year of study. The offer of Sec ?
retary Daniels comes now as the
earliest possible reward for their-pa
triotism. Decisions, however, as to
who shall be chosen will depend upon
their commanders, to whom applica
tions will in the first instance be
made.
Has Prominent Part
In "Atta Boy" Show
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
LOCAL FORECAST.
District of Columbia. Maryland and Virginia: I
Pair Friday and Saturday: slowly rising tem
perature; gentle south winds.
grneraiTTorecast.
Rain ia indicated during the next 48 hours
in the East Gulf States. Western Tennessee,
the lower Ohio Valley: elsewhere in the Wash
ington forecast district the weather willl con
tinue fair, but it seeuis that the present spell
of fine weather in eastern districts will come
to an end ftoaday or Monday. The tempera
ture will riae slowly in Atlantic Coast, dis
tricts Friday and Saturday.
Storm warnings are displayed on the Pacific
Coast from Point Reyes northward.
LOCAL TEMPERATURES
Midnight, 41; 2 a.m., 40; 4 a.m., 44: ft a.m .
43; 3 a.m., 43; 10 a.m., 49; 12 noon. 50: 2 p.m.,
52; 4 jvm., 53: 6 p.m.. SO: 8 p.m., 42; 10 pm.,
33 Highest. 53; lowe*, 3ft.
PRIVATE C. H. THOMAS.
Private Charles H. Thomas, son of
Max Thomas. manager of the
Lyceum Theater, who is taking
Relative humidity: 8 a.m., 49: 2 p.m., 32; 8 . prominent part in the production of
p.m.. 56. Rainfall (8 p.m. to 8 pm.), 0. Hours
of sunshine, 10.1 Per cent of possible sun
shine, 100.
"Atta Boy" at the Belasco Theater.
He appears in a violin specialty and
is an end in the minstrel show,
i Thomas was trained at Camp Meade
i and was later transferred to Camp
I Meigs. He was assistant cashier of
Nov. l, 1918. 4; accumulated deficiency of pre-1 the Pennsylvania State Bank be
cipitauon since January 1. 1918. 8.46: deflcteM* I fore entering the service,
of precipitation since Nor. 1, 1918, 1.28. Tem- ?! 1 ??1 ?? 111 ????
peratirre same date last year: Highest, 64;
lowest. 41.
DEPARTURES
Accumulated excess of temperature since Jan
uary 1. 1918. 122; deficiency of temperature since
OTHER TEMPERATURES.
lowest
Highest previous Rain
yesterda.'. night. fall.
Atlanta. Ga. 66 42
Atlantic City, N. J 54 3ft
Baltimore, Md 54 42 ... j
Boston, Mass. ....7. 48 3ft .11]
Buffalo, N. T 42 3t
Chicago. 111. ? 62 42 ... I
Cleveland. Ohio 50 54
Denver. Col. 64 38
Dee Moines. Iowa 66 42
Galveaton. Tex. 74 62
Helena, Mont 54- 30
Kansas City. Mo 64 48
Little Rock. Ark . 5? 44
Los Angeles. Chi 66 52 .16
Miami. Fla. 74 6i
New Orleans. L? 72 54
New York, N. T 50 38
North Plstte, Neh. 62 28
Philadelphia. Pa 52 44
Portland, Me. 44 3ft ?
Portland. Ore 54 4ft .Tft
San Francisco, Cal. 60 54
Tunna. Fla Tft 48 ? ?
To Help Make
Strong, Keen
Red-Blooded
Americana
? IJ Y *"???
%,
Beiqf used by over three million peo
ple annually. It will increase the
J^Ofth of weak, nervous, run-down
folks in two weeks' time in many in
stances. A?k your Doctor or drug
fist about it
A Statement of the Strength
of
The Washington Loan and Trust Company
Maia Office, JOf$N B. LARNER, Branch Office,
Niath and F Streets President 17th, G and Pa. Ave.
This bank owed to depositors $9,446,522.50 '
It reserves for taxes and interest 52,754.74
The total liabilities are _ $9,499,277.24
To meet them the bank has cash available. $2,855,785.72
Owns United States bonds and certificates.... 990,456.54
Owns other saleable bonds 1,047,881.94
Owns two banking houses 905,185.17
Owns other real estate 27,231.20
Owns loans amply secured 6,011,145.87
The total resources are $11,837,686.44
Leaving a surplus belonging to the stockholders, above
all liabilities, of .......... $2,338,409.20
These figures are condensed from the Report of Condition of the
Company on the first day of November as rendered to the U. S. Comp
troller of the Currency. ?
"Safe Tea First"
The Risk Is Ours
Unless you sre thoroughly satisfied with
we cheerfully refund your money.
60-62 Warren Street, New York
RECONSTRUCTION WILL
ABSORB CONVENTION
lleets in Atlantic City to Work Out
Problems.
Discussion of practically all phases j
tf reconstruction will be taken up at I
he Reconstruction Conference of In- J
lustrial War Service Committees ,
ailed by the Chamber of Commerce
o meet in Atlantic City December j
, 4, 5. and fi.
At this conference the reconstruc
ion policies of the industrial world
rill be formulated.
On the first day of the conference, I
rar service committees of 350 differ- i
nt crafts will meet separately to I
atke up the questions of special In- i
erest to their own industries.
For the purpose of facilitating dis- |
ussion, and coordinating the ideas
f the various industries represented, I
he war service committees after!
leeting separately will gather to
elher in 35 related groups. After
,-ards these related groups will as
emble as 10 major groups, represent
ig the 10 primary industries of the
'nited States.
Twentieth Ceatnry Clab Meets.
"Origin of the Drama** was the
ubject of the discussion at the
leeting yesterday afternoon of the
krt Section of the Twentieth Century
Club at the home of Mrs. Dayton
Ward. Mrs. John Lowe read a paper
on the subject.
The Art Section which devotes
itself to the study of the seven arts
has chosen the drama for this win
ter's study.
War Work Applications
Show a Big Decrease
New York, Nov. 14.?From 4.062 jobs
open a week ago In war industries the
demand for labor for both war and
non-war industries has dropped to
2,812, it wag stated today at the offices
of the United States employment bu
reau. Also applications for work are
falling off.
The weather bureau's records show
that 2,758 men applied for war work
on November 6 and 1,540 were given
jobs. Yesterday there were 2,407 ap
plications and 1.488 were given work.
Laborers are still needed in the ship
yards.
"It's not tho profit we make, but the aerrlca
We gite, make* our aucceaa.**
THE ANDERSON PRINTERY
(Equity Savlagp Bank Bldg.)
1407 N. T. Ave., 1st Floor, Rear
Pkase Mala MM.
Greater HERZOG Shops
Exclusive Washington Agents for
Style-Plus
Clothes
Famons (or Qgftlity
at Economy Prices.
MEN who buy clothes oil
the basis of greatest
economy have read what
Style-Plus Clothes offer. Any
man who has worn one of these
suits comes back for another;
that's how good they are. Style
Plus offers the maximum value
that can be obtained in clothes
today. The prices are nation
ally standard and must surely -
appeal to you.
Overcoats,
125,130, 835
Suits, $25 6 $30
r
Men's Wear Specials of Interest
SHIRTS
Snappy, dashing, new patterns
in classy Shirts with laundered
collars to match.
THEY'RE EXTRA
VALUE AT
$2.50
Complete Showing of Manhattan
Shirts, |L50 and up.
VELOUR BATS
The dressy hat for winter wear.
Showing includes the very best
styles of the season.
(6 to $10
?to those who
choose useful
and attractive
GIFTS. Also
many Novelties
for Gifts.
GLOVES
?in our own and
all the well
known makes.
DENTS,
FOWNEV
ADLER'S.
?in the follow
ing qualities:
Buck, Mochas,
Suede and Dress
Kids. A most ap
propriate gift.
SolHERZOG&Co.
Bigger and Better Shop for Men.
INC.
9th and F Streets, N. W. Corner
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATIS
W. G. McADOO, Director Geaaral of Railroadi
PLEASE SAVE YOUR OWN TIME
Aid kdp prevent CNfMtiaa at ticket office* by bcyuf
INTERCHANGEABLE SCRIP BOOKS
\ ? A . r J . * * ?
Good far bearer or aay nabcr of penoai on all paa*en(er
of afl rmiroads ma4er Federal Control
On tale at all ticket offices
INQUIRE AT CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE
13tk and F Street*, Waahmfton. D. C.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS
United War Work Campaign
MASS MEETING
LIBERTY HUT
TONIGHT AT 8
Vice President Thomas Marshall
Commander Evangeline Booth
Henry Morgenthau
CONCERT BY NAVY YARD BAND
STRAND
Positively Last Two Days
Ambaundor Jam. W. Gerard**
MY FOUR
YEARS IN
GERMANY
A Allrfrtlu lar Sr.
Sk.wa Dally a( 10 a. 1, a.
5. 7 and ? p. m.
GARDEN
TODAY ASD SATTRDAT
EDITH ROBERTS
In "BEANS"
TXQLTy t?.i ??
JL A-^RACTiaJa *"? .
THE WANDERER
Maged K j ]>.^ld Beli
NfXt Week.
A. U. M o?mU Pn
Sea la
FLORENCE REED
ROADS OF DESTINY
**r < hanaiaa I'oilwrk
With a Notable Supporting Companv
SHUBERT -BELASCO
1 onicht, 6
to r:.so.
A T I 0 N A L
ffi ? 1 V N H L Ma(> 2:20
KI-AW AND BRLAXGEB S
Laigkter-ShaklBc
Munical < omrdr Senaatioa
SHE TOOK A CHANCE ]
ITARTOTG ?SEATS 9ELI.I\G ?
Popular Mat me? Wednesday and Satin Jay.
N
FOLLIES
TODAY 4:30
MATZENAUER
"The Greatest Singrr of the Age "
and FRANK LA PORGK. IMaaim )
NEXT FRIDAY?4:30
SSxwni L?rut of the
TK\ STAR SERIES
SECRET OF SI ZAWB
Wolf FVrrari'a Ooe Art Opera.
Tickets, not'. SI.SO. SI Oft. office of
T. Arthur Smith. 130? <? *t. I
SPECIAL PATRIOTIC SERVICE
OF THANKSGIVING
FOR VICTORY AND FOR PEACE
CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY
G near 14ih Street
FRIDAY. November 15. at 8 P. M
The following will take part In
the service:
Bishop Wm. F McDowell. D. D., of
the M. E. Church.
Rev. Samuel H. Greene. D. D., of
Calvary Baptist Church.
Rev. Charles Wood. D. D.. of the
Presbyterian Church of the Cov
enant.
Rev. Roland Cotton Smith. D. D? of
St. John's P. E. Church.
Rev. Randolph H. McKim. D. D.. of
the Church of the Epiphany.
Patriotic Hymns and the TE DEl'M"
Will Be Sung.
["he Full Choir of the Church Will
Be Present.
)rpan Recital. 7:30 p. m.
)fferinrs will be taken for the
UNITED WAR WORK CAM
PAIGN FUND.
Jembers of Both Houses of Con
gress Are Specially Invited.
ALL WELCOME
EXTRA MAT. TODAY?"
At 5C? ?Ur la SZ.flO
- i .N ??iqp
"ATTA BOY"
ky the
BOYS of CAMP MEIGS
Inrladfn^ Ca?l. Krnak Tianry.
*EXT WRK >TAHTI*r. St
Arthur Hammerptein Presents
the MOW ? IIMH .. I-I li *
"SOMEBODY'S
SWEETHEART"
| V\ ith a Cast That Seldom L/eave?
I Br~i-jwav. |
"Natioc'a Most Beautiful I'iavba
n loew s r
? A L Act
B. F. KEITH'S afup
DAILYj;JJ SUI.J* HOL'TS^V,?
UNUSUAL"?Timet.
MURIEL
WORTH
* CO.
GEORGE
WHITE
CO.
EXTRA?SYBIL VANE
D* I roa 4 Davlee?OtlH-r.
F at 13th SL
sow n.AVINt.
HDBLKT KRTKST
MASON and- TRUEX
In "Come on In"
rntlna.il lHiM a. m t?
| 11 n. m.
1 Man., anil Ulrrnoo. 15-av
Maht?. lt-3M(r.
W'Mtiibftonr.nartt. Hhotortas I ??
A LOEWS ?
1/OLUMBlA
PhIwmw* CnHnm
10i30 A. M. to 11 p. M
*OW PLAVING
UNA CAVALIERI
IBT
"A WOMAN CF IMPULSE" ?
PEOPLE'S SERVICE
Of Praise and Thaaki for Victory
la the Ending of the Great War.
Under the authority and direction
of the Bishop of Washington and
the Cathedral Chapter. Popular
music, led by the full Cathedral
Choir.
TRIim* CHI R< II.
3rd and C Street. R. W. at I P. M.
*??*??. KtVMBker IT. A. D? 1918.
Special Preacher:
Rt- Rer. Frank r>a Movlin. D. D?
I'L. D.. Hi.hop of Ohls.
All people are welcome.
"O come and let us give thanks unta
the I_/ord."
THE NEW LYCEUM
?2Sj*t& **
THE PIRATES"
Hirtrt br tkr
8?BIHLKMJCK STARS 1
l? Ct.ru
GAYETY &*T
ALI. THIS WEEK
"NEW BON TON GIRLS"
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Headqnarteri (or
GRIFFIN'S
SHOE POLISHES k
FINE DRESSINGS
Capital Shoe Finding* Co.
?37 F STREET N W.
Ink
Waahl D. C.

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