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THE^SEHERALD
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><ny at ?U-?iT Eleventh street.
Washington. D. f
Telephone Exchante ? OBll **?'"
U00. (Kor classified advertlaemeiite
ask for Branch 1). . ,
Member Audit Bureau of Clrcuia
Moil.
( CLASSIFIED RATES
Wasted R?^ ?...
Wiwi amotions.
Wanted Room* and Board.
For Rent Rooms
Wanted Ji:aeeilAoeou?
For Sale Miscellaneous
Lost and Pound
Four bt+m at }?*?. one time. ?c.
ONE
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Minim am two Baca.
rOREIGI REPRESENTATIVES
TBI 3. O BECiW.TB 8PSC1AL ..UENCT
He. Tort Office - ??".b?w ? ''?
Oucso nite - j2*523 ""J
Denou OffV. ? J0? ?!?
?t. Uno Offtr- Third ?."? ? ' ?
HELP WANTED?MALL
MEN T? > DISTRIBUTE ADVERTISING;
miwev advanced each night. Apply 7
?C?i nw.
GOOD POSmONS OPEN
As Conductors and Motormen.
This is sn exceptional opportunity
tha street railway business under best wor*u?,
? conditions.
Our scale of aages is as follows:
For flrrt ihrre months of ?enlc* 43 ?enta *" t",ar
For the next nine months ?????. ho"
Thereafter i ? cent, an Hour j
Applr UK daj this werk between the hoaro.
of 9 a. in. and 13 31. (noon).
Instruction Department.
Washington railway a electric co.
14th and East Capitol streets. |
HAT SALESMAN
Wanted; good salary.
BRODT'S. Inc., Hatters.
419 11th st. nw.
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YdVNi; MAN WaNVED WITH SOME |
niWdK! in p.intma to tewo .ud take ch??c !
of .mall ?l?w. ?<* H ?. ??_ _
WANTEIV-OK.M KRT . LEKK; <:?X1I> I'AA
.w cb.nffeur l"e H?M K^rd
p.- ApUr BElKERS MARKET. IWM? j
BpYS FOR MESSENGER WORK.
Permanent positions. APP'^
CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TEL.
CO.. 808 12th St. nw.. 2nd floor. |
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.-,-w AMERICAN i< E O' ??.?-?_'
MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS.
baggage and mail porters: whrte
and colored laborers. Apply ROOM
308, Union Station. cmlAl
MAN TO DRIVE MACK TRUCK
for general Haulmg cxpenenccd,
man preferred. Mr. EASTMENT
Herald office. j
HALT! I
Boys, help Uncle Sam.
Earn money to buy W. S-a.
and Thrift Stamps by de
livering The Herald. ^ $10 a
month and $2 a month bonus.
Apply Mr. s. TRAVIS. 819
3d st. mv. lt
I
SEVERAL GOOD bOYS WANTED
? to deliver The Herald; $8 to $10
per month; can male: extra money
collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne.^
WANTED - BRAKEMEN FOR POTOMAU
Zi ?? r?nti dsc hour , also car revairmea. ,
a aehiniats. helper., carpenters, trelght !??
3 r.mM ?:>i other occupation# a! j
Mm'ta. Penn.llr.nl. Rallrne.1. Applj l? *??
Tmer "f " .
BOY WITH BICTCL* TO BBSVE HSBALD |
* Cle.el.n<J PMt MJC.Brr
or atarw on comoiuwon basU. App.? I IB- I
CCLATION MAN AHEH. otlw- ?*" J
AS EXPERIENCED 8PEC1A1.TT ADVER
tulna koHcit- r on tna?e r<?l I
- - br .ortrni p.rt or all of the
ires BOX ?? HwaM ???e- 1
BOYS TO SERVE HERALD. $10
ner month and bonus. Apply
Mr D. ANDELET. 660 E st-^se.
GOOD ROUTEBOY. APPLY TO
, .H F_ SMITH. 803 C st. sw. tf.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE. i
\COLORED GIRL WANTED FOR
general housework; good salary,
fcpply 3208 Warder st. nw. d4-2t
WOMAN WANTED TO DO
housework; good salary and
short hours. 3145 Mt. Pleasant st.
apt. 22. j!?!!?.'
yiyX^TOV-XKAf yUtnTT l a d I e s to
clerk in loathe- gwxis s<cee. Bring reference, j
Apply TOPHAMH, 129 F at. ^3t
SITUATION WANTED.
WH1XB WOMAN WANTS PUC* AS MAID
or aim. chiHlen; experience, reference. BOX
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REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTRACTlVff SUBURBAN HOMES.
J. 8.' TOMLINSON, M SO. BLDG. Si. 1445.
Six new bousts and bungalows ready for in
lPfctioc. W.800 to C 500. Easy ttmi. noff 11
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
foB SAtX-ONE liAM HU-tTER AND HOME
caalK*! rruiL :M? 11th ae. d?i-lt
WANTED TO BUI.
(HliTCAIJ. If <n CXt-tTTERED ACTO
T,,ra>. av " nbnrbsn. and pa* jna hiahe*
. tx*r? I" 1^tW, amtkmea'a Mdrn'i die
Zrtad riothia*. of ^3 4-crlptiooa Addna.
ot DOO~. I >Q oaU. B. B1CB. tm TU
r.a t *.
USED THINGS HAVE
A MONEY-VALUE
Furniture, office appliances, musical instru
ments, art objects, second-hand automobiles?
anything which is still useful?may be sold for a
fair cash price THROUGH CLASSIFIED ADVER
TISING.
To "hoard" useful things, which you no
longer need, is to deprive yourself of a source
of revenue. It's not a good time to do that!
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
ruurmsioNii, teachkk ok imano
will exchange lessons with one qualified to
prepare fnr Civil Service examination. mathe
I tnatbJcs preferred. UOX 363. Herald office.
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BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS,
LATEST SONG HITS.
A V1IRCIAN I.OVK SONG.
A Sonic That
Tourbrn the
Heart.
A beautiful
?ong. easy to
I sing and play.
f"he hit of the
)?rr.
l'ro fessionals
?end 25 eenta in
stamps for or
chestration. Mu
sic sent free of
charge.
Published by
Peter G. Kema
tudi*. Componer
' and Song Writ
er. 2270 M st. N.
W., Washington. D. P Tele
__ phone Wat IMS. d?6-30t
i(W CALLING CARDS WTfllTCAS# POST
1 paid to any addreae for ? cents. E\RLE
WAYNE 636 II st. nw., Washington. D. C.
M . del 90t
Have Your Electrical Wiring Installed By
F. L. CLARKE
EWtriral Con tractor-Supplies.
3d M Str-et Northwest.
L'^btr. Hells. Fans. Motor*, Hepsiring.
?? '<* l"hrMtn>M card* and InrlU
LOST.
U1^T, AT ST EUZAaefB^3~ HOSPITAL
ffiday. AH(UX 2, ISIS. It.thw MiitciM coo
taining leather bri?*f case, underwear, two razors,
nscdical^ dictionary, ?c.. Utiles two diplomas
from Training Schools ft* Nam; one from
iTm"nt 8ut* Hasps t si. the other from Mss
sillon State HosMtal, Ohio.
$\p0.00 reward for information
leading to recovery of diplomas
alone or to the apprehension of
the thief.
before a notary public. Pvt. II M.
HANKS, Plsttsburghjiarracks. N. Y da3-3t
LOST?NEAR PETWORTH. BOOK OF*HER'
*"? rat urn to Herald office
C1RCLLATlQN DEPARTMENT. de5-tf
U ,ST-**K< >M BR? X>KLAND CAR. BLACg
P?u*e containing check. m.ioeT and other ar
tirtw. Reward. Phone Worth 3Qt-J. dt*-3t
LOST?HUDSON SEAL CAPE MONDAY
aboiit 1 o'clock at Capitol between Rotunda
and House gallerie?. Finder please rhone Main
^.0. branch TS, or call ROOM Z?. Treaanry
B,ukh"g dH*
PERSONALS.
s v? ?fi k h ha uTy""^hot"
1C06 F st. nw. Phone Franklin 2392.
LIBKHTY SANITARY BEACTY SHOP
1813 19th st. nw. Phone North 2473-J.
Hours: 9:ro ?. m. to 7 p. m.
STRICTLY SANITARY.
I nder a Profrwuional Nur*. de5-90t
MANY WHO HAVE GIVEN CLOSE STUDY
as the disisal of men's worn suits, over
coats, rants, etc.. find the best solution when
they sell to us; the square cash is in full force
for yon. that is as far as we are concerted, but
it mnst he us to buy. Phone us. We calL
JCSTH'S pLD STAND ?19 D. df*-lt
Old-Fashioned Herbs
The herb is purely a
vegetable product and can
have no bad effect upon
the mtem. It purities the
b:ood. cones up the sys
tem. replenishes the kid
g?7\ . thereby relieving
Bright s Disease, Gravel.
Rheumatism. Sciatica
Lumbago. Cougbi and
_j t'OldS.
M. A. LOUIS & SONS
DR. REED
I specialist
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS nucrn>'<? &
N? ^ 3pm,., ^
Means Health to You If You Sufer
?JT1 ob*"' llbeimruu
?od' fit" tv1""' U,n?k B"ln Bluod
S. Imt: T?""*' Blood fai.
Z".- A" >**'?<* D*+
easrs cured tor Uf? by Safe Methods.
Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
dig
MOVING, PACKING. STORING.
NORTH JS?!n ,C3?j
;?a" France --
U^NO-DISTANCE moving.
SAFETYFIRSI
'?""a? "oeao.
?NITW> "ATM
?? Phoo, M m, ^
moving
juiu auQoa. ?? I
fttxaiture uiano* ?s,
SHIPPING **? all parra of the wr?M
JTOK^O,
KRIEG'S express
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobiles, Tires. AcecvMrka,
Repairs, Trucks, Trailers, Star
age, Taxis. Auto Class, Ga
rages, Batteries. Etc.
For Hire,
3-Ton Truck
With Drive?.
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
AS?*U TUI>AY! yVREU>iY_UlkTROIT
Weatherproof Top deflt* coltf; Iwttrr Uian a
limousine. Order yours today. 2KB U ?t. nw.
_________ del-?t
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
Republic Trucks
*? do hauling around town and in
or Virtfnia. br hour. day. ?.,k or month. W.
guarantee you quick and good Krrir. at rea
'?onabl. prim. 911 !o,) ,t. ?? Uneoln 11
9. D. LKPAH. n^??t
TIRES FOR SALE.
Original B0O-, 4M0. SOOO-. MILE FIRSTS
Plain. Skida. Tulva.
$11 HO ?11'.50 J2.7S
BiPi. 13.75 11.30 2.3S
32a3H 18 S 19 3# 3.S
33x4 22.50 ZI.& 4.?
*>? 2100 S.N 450
Inner Tubes Uuarantepd One Year. All
other aizet at LOWEST pncea. Wo .lap
C. O. 1). on approral.
PHONE
1I1S II Street X. K.
Open r>enhiici and Sundan.
AUTO PAINTING.
AUTO PAINTING.
4 to 7 da vs. Plain machines, 120 up.
ROHDE. 414 Mass. are. nw.
d?#-S7t
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
OAB OWNERS NOT ONLY FIND OUR
location coi anient, wi iuj long rxperiencs
with autua is of great value to the thousand*
we serve. Are we serving your car? Full stock
acceasoris. oils, girases, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
law I'a. are M,ln n,
MONEY TO LOAN.
UON?T TO LOA<J OB IPPROVEb CITt
twl art?u at lowwt cnrroit nin apeaal
rrlrile,? with raapert to i*1~ .TarDta.
TTLEH * ROTHEHfORD. h i: 1Mb at. u
EDUCATIONAL.
Learn
LANGUAGES
the Berlitz SchooL
816 14th Street N. W.
By the Berlitz Method students
learn not only to read and write,
but- also to UNDERSTAND and to
SPEAK the foreign languages.
TRIAL LKftSOIf KRKE.
Terms may be begun at any time.
LOLL M HIA miVEKSlTY SLHOOlI
W. T. Shepherd, Ph.D., Principal, 9C7 11th
at. nw. fel. Main 7699. Day. night.' co-educa
tional. Individual instruction.- Grade*, high
?ch^ol; alfco advanced work, language, mathe
matics. science-diploma. Psychology j courses In
efficiency; thorthand. typewriUng. Moderate
?tea. srlS-JR
Keep Your War Job
By taking our special short courses
In stenography, typewriting, book
keeping and civil aervlce. Individual
instruction.
THE DRILLERY I
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
refrigerators"
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any size
refrigerator or cooling room.
6] I 1- St. N. W Franklin 2757.
HOTELS AND CAFES.
z3b?son "3fot?l
Corner 7th & P it. nw.
JUST OPENED.
Newly furnished room* by day, week or
month at reasonable prlcei.
Prop. M. Bator in. Phone North W80
de?4*
DON'T I-A1L TO VISIT IT
The Handsomest Restaurant in Washington.
THE replfblic
Oriental, Chinese and American Dishes.
The beat the market can afford at reasonable
price*.
Open from 11 a. m. to 2 a. m.
Reservation by telephone. Kranklin 7757.
910 F street northwest.
second n/H)K del m
AUCTION SALES.
THOS. J. OWEN A SOX, Aactloncrri.
TRUSTEE'8 SALE OK THE FURNITURE.
lease and good will of the business known aa
Havens Cafe, No. 12? New York avsoue north
west. By virtue of a certain chattel deed of
trust recorded in Liber 4'28 at folio 10, one of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the i*rty lecured thereby
the undersigned trustee will sell st public auc
tion within the said premises on Tuesday. De
cember 10, 1918, at 1 o'clock p. m., all the fur
niture, dishes and cooking utensils cootaintd in
and upon premises. 1206 New York avenue north
went, together with the lease of said premises
and the irood will connected with the business
known as Havens Cafe. Terms of sale: ALL
CASH ( HAH W. FITTS. Trustee; C. CHES
TER CAY WOOD. attorney for party secured.
. 4c5.t.7.9,10
I HOB. J. OWKJf A fOW. Attimiffc
Trustees' sale of valuaMe frame bungalow
northeaat comer of Jewett and Sherrier place.
Potomac Heights. D. C. By virtue of a certain
deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 3847/
Folio 23. et seq.. of the laud rec?>rds of the
Ihstrict of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public suction in the office of Thos.
J. Owen & Son, IKl O at. nw.. on Monday,
the 9th day of December, A. D.. 1918, at 2
o'clock p. m.. the following described lsnd snd
premises, ntaste in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being Lot 46 in Square
14K in the Potomac Height Laud Company'a
subdivision called Potomac Heights; as per plst
recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the
Ihstrict of Columbia in Liber 41 at folio 38.
Terms of sale: Sold subject to a prior deed of
trust for $2,503 and the amount over and above
ssid trust to h* paid in cash. A deposit of $100
required st time of sale and the imrchaser al
lowed ten days to complete the purchase.
Further particular* st time of sale. BEN
1AM1N H. GRUVBft. BRUCE CLEVEI INQ,
Trustees. nct7.3?Dec3.5.T.t
iTs >ati kihY, t>n'KMBCK~a. tfiC~vf
10.o'clock a. m., in fr?mt of Walter B. Will
iams a Co.'s Storage Warehouse N. W. corner
10th & Pa. ave. nw.. Washington. D. C.. there
will 1* sold st Public Auction, to inforce liens
for storage charges, etc.. due and unpaid, all
good*, furniture, household snd perwmal effects
on storage in names of Mrs. Rma Cooper, and
Mrs. Julia I hi rant., .Walter B. WiMiam* fc tisr
Frank yt~ Depro. wnccessor. de6,12.19
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
i KilniT Furniture crkoit
IIOPWOODS Popular Price Kurnt
l iiro <i rid Stov. Store. Stb &? K Sts.
PROPOSALS
SBALKD PROPOSALS will BE RECEIVED
at the Bureau of St: i.dards up to 2 o'clock
p. in. Dece-nher 5. 1918. lur furnishing all la
bor, trains and fttram *h<?vel with necessary sup
plier. required for clearing trees, and excavating
approximately 5.000 culrie yarda of earth on the
grounds of the Bureau of Standards. Detailed
information and proposal form may be obtained
by ap;4>iog to the venfe>t Section. Bureau of
Standards. Pierce Mill Road and Connecticut
avenne. . ' de2-3t
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
Artiitic?expressive? Inexpensive.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
Prompt auto delivery service.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
fRTASHuATT MEETING "6k tub STOCK*
holder* of Richardson A Burg, a*, Inc., for tbe
electi.JO of Trustees ami for audi 4her business
as may properly come >*Iore wi.! mwtir.a. wiii
)? held at the office* of as id company, in the
Col&ado Building, 14th A <1 ?u. urn., on Mon
day. January 13, 1W9, it 1 p. n. 1'pl ? Ct*n
from 1 to J p. m. ALLEN H. ROGERS,
President; WILLIAM H. MACLAY. ftocre
tary. drc4-6t
AIK ANNUAL ELEi TION UF OFFICIO! 8
for Catumbia Camp, No. 11K3, M. W. of A.
for the ensuing year will he held at the next
regular meeting In Pythian Temple. 101! %th
at. nw? Thursday. December 5, at 8 p. m. Re
freshment a will be perved. de4 2t
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
W. W. Chamber*. E. P. Cbambara
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Chapln St. N. W.
We 0** Automobile Service EtcioalvHy.
{ Modern Chapel. L*ay or Night. Pbone Col. ML
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS"
Member oy invitation National Detected Mor
tician* Service* rmdered in all part* of UM
| United State* by special leprasectatlve*
Telephone t?'?bii*L?d inv
Main 6512-6613 Lady
17.10-32 Pa. Asrlstant
Avenue. Chapel
DIED.
ORME.?On Wednesday, December 4,
at 1 a. m., WILLIAM, beloved hus
band of Amelia Orme (nee Stahl),
at hia residence. Brookvllle road
and Cummings lane. Chevy (Jhase,
Md.
Funeral Saturday morning. Decem
ber 7, at 9:30 o'clock, from the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament.
Chevy Chase Circle. Interment at
Oak Hill Cemetery.
O'REAR.?On Wednesday. December
4. 1U1S. KATHKRINE W O'RKAR
Funeral from residence of her sister.
Mrs. Frances O'Rear, 3113 Thir
teenth street northwest. Thursday,
December 5. at 4:30 p. ra. Inter
ment Winchester, Va.
DFATH RECORD.
WHITE.
. Rhoda Bjorge, 23 years. 11.5 O at. n*.
Ji>hn Peering. 60. L\ K. x.ldiers Home Hoapt.
I Wn. W Covington, 2P. 14C1 (itrard at. nw.
Jennie C. Roger*. 21. 1225 F st. ne.
J'Jui F. Ryan. 75. 61* M *?. aw.
Oliver A. Zell. 55 140G C st. aw.
Adrian E. Ih* Wilton, 23. 1534 ICth st.
Herbert F. Englebrecht, 2J. Walter Reed Has.
las. C. Iiunneman, 85. So.dicr* Home llospt.
Thouiaa J. Rioe, 5rt. Soldiers Home HospitaL
George M. Clark. C7. 4T.7 G at. nw.
Harah A, Young. 85. 3143 P st. nw.
Ww. B. Fowler. 56. 143 34th at. Jtw.
Mildred Rnyoe. 7. 1413 Wia. are. nw.
Wm. M. William*. ?. Emergency Hospital.
Jolin H. Walsh. 75. l'.!5 Chapin St. nw.
Bell I>. Cromwell, 75. W1 L at. nw.
Mary M. McKee, 56, 2123 K at. nw.
Wm. S. Rodman. 6 m<>n.. Children'* Hospital.
Walter Motley. 1 hour. 1344 I) st. ne.
Gui Motley. 15 minute*. 1344 I> at. ne.
COLORED.
Moses Roar*. V>. 56 Seatrn st. T>e
TV.omas rook, 43. 63 Fen ton place nw.
Minnie B. Hmitli. 36. 1513 Corcoran at. n?.
Nancy F Anders-n. ?ti. lfi'H K at. nw.
Etta Morria. 7. 52, Jackaon alley nw.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WBIT&
Ernest W. and Ernestine E. Thotopvm. girl.
I^oren and Hattie Moore, boy.
Franklyn D. ard Harah <1. Made*. boy.
Louis J. and Gabriel I? Meyer, hoy.
Andrew D. and Ethyl G. Lanham. firl.
Gilliert and Fannie Lcvcntha!. boy.
Edward T. ami HalMe R. Under, girl.
I>arld N. W. and iM^by C. Grant. boy.
Clyde D. and Fannie Garrett, buy.
Wiliner (J. and Annie L. Farran. !>o).
Charity I>. and Elsie F. Fogle, bor.
Allien W. and Jennie R Febrey, boy.
Wm. H. and Annie E. Eames. boy.
Rnsa.ll H and Pauline B. Carlry. girl.
Corneliua and I>elilah Cut inane. girl.
Charles snd Once Bartgea. boy.
Alliert and Evelyn Behning. jr.. girl.
Guy A. and Nellie Burroughs. boy.
COLORE!#.
Charles W. snd Noro M. Witherow, boy.
Charles and Bertha William*. girl.
Archibald and Pearl Thomas. boy.
George and Cbrnelia Ttylxr^giik.
| Milton and Evelyn Smith, girl.
1 Clarence E. sod Ewa R. Powell; boy.
Walter and Emma Green, bor.
Ale* and Irene Dunbar, boy.
Edward and Clare Dyson, girl.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE
Martin A. H??ke*on. ?8. Montgomery. Ala .
and Beatrice Dougherty. 24. Scranton, Pa Rev.
M. P J. Egsn
{ .Jacob M Klein. 49. and Sheva Brorcr. 31.
i both of Waahington. Rer. Benjamin L. Gross
man.
J JoaetJi 1^ Horacek. 2T. Cleveland. Ohio, and
Margaret Franklin Keist. 22. Richmond. Ky.
Re*. John H Jeffrira.
I Herbert William Ix>wri?\ 45. and Mathihla
Teresa Kiaenbt-i*. 21. both of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Rev. Wallace Radrtiffe.
Samuel B. TniiKiV. 2P. Frederick. Md . and
N?Uie Toma Sparrow. 2>. Mtvhanicfcburg. 111.
Rer. JamoA L. Montgomery.
Arthur Barney. 30. Fort Wayne. Ind . and
Clara Reiaingcr, 26, Prey, Wis. Rev. John H.
Jsffrie*.
Frank J. Rajran. 27. R<*-be?ter. N. Y.. and
Henrietta Shifflette. 27. Perkey. Va. Rev. How<
ard F. Down*.
I W. B. Reeves. 21. Macon. Ga.. and Kathryn
C. Edward*, ?, Cl?*Wu?d. Ohuf Ber M I.
Illordu.
John T Rotunnlev. ?, ??d Man*. L. Koch
&?. ( ?>ul Hnght^ Md. K.*, Loriu* C. Clark
; ? CULOBEO.
Carroll Jlorv. 21 and If try Youos 22. both
of Washington. E*-t William A. Joufi
Willie Ixnala. 2t. and Joarphine Mathewa, 22.
both of Waahingtt" W H. Dana.
Itirhanl Ham. 38,. and Man Cooper, X.
both of Waahltigton. B*t. W. H. Jemigin
Zerr>> Knnrr>nii HmJth. 21, acd Adddtnr Mary
TVjer. It, both o/ Waabinfftoa. IUt William
C. Hroim.
Alfred iVrkinn. S, and Klair M Matthcwa.
ill, both of Waa.'iinston U?* Aqnila Sarin.
Aaron MuUln*. S, Waahinfton. and Klorv-nea
Cos. 21. Arlington. A. lift- Da rid Johaaon.
-<:iK'i?tua Wftl, 2B, and Hoaa Bobinaon. 33.
both at Washington. Be* William J. lioarasd.
? iaorjre- W. Tate, *J0, and Ktean</r flirt, 9.
both of Washington. Be*. W. T. Tynan.
Haiiarm I>aria. M, and Lizzir Johnaon, S
both of Washington. Be* laiah P. Broofca.
120,000 PAGES FOR
LOAN ADVERTISING
American Business Gave Liberally
to Last Bond Issue.
New York, ?>ec. 4.?American busi
ness men contributed a total of H.
750,000 in newspaper advertising to
wards the eucct-M of the Fourth Lib
erty Loan. Daily newspapers gave a
total of 120,000 pages, approximately
1.000,000 columns, of publicity In the
same campaign. So. directly and in
directly, gifts of the people to the
government amounted to nearly 200.000
full pages of newspaper space in the
campaign.
These figures were revealed today
in a speech by Frank R. Wilson, di
rector of publicity of the war loan
organization, before the New York
Advertising Club.
Government Bays Four
Marconi Radio Stations
All the American Marconi radio sta
tions except the four high-power
plants have been .bought by the Navy
Department, it was officially learned
yesterd>vy.
At the same time it developed that
the department purchased the great
Sayvilie Station recently from the
alien pqpjx'rty custodian.
With the Marconi purchases the
American Marconi Company relin
quishes the field of handling ship-to
shore messages.
Speaks on War Workers.
Tbe activities of the civilian work
ers' branch of the Ordnance Depart
ment was the subject of a talk by Mrs.
A. L. Bermis at tbe meeting of the
Anthony league last night. The meet
ing was held at the home of Mrs.
Anna Hendley, 3007 Columbia road,
and wax? followed by a social hour.
r~?; i)
|! Today's Casualty List
? ^ >?
j CONTINUED KROU PAGE EIGHT.
|G. H. Campbell, Williamstown. Pa.
I James Carson, Charleston, Miss.
| James E. Chapman. Terry. Miss,
j William Clouse. Pomeroy, Ohio.
I Henry Crate, Malpne. N. Y.
I J. F. Evans, Mountain Grove, Mo.
j Jacob Geisler. Broad Ford, Pa.
I Sam GrifTen. Bolivar. La
James J. Hall, Palmer, Tex.
E. J. Hascnauer. Denver. Colo.
Willie Hicks. Plnckney, Ark.
Ralph G. Howes, Everett. Mass.
Lloyd S. Jackway, Detroit. Mich.
John L. Jamison. Islandton. S. C.
Eugene S. Jarrett. ^.'acoochee, Ga.
Sylvester P. Kreps, Cullman. Ala.
Louis T. Larson. Superior. Wis.
Lvle F. Mahan. Huntington, W. Va.
4oha F. Manning. Sedgwick. Ark.
Fowlis R. McCampell. Reevill*. Tex.
Tom McDonald. Caesar. Miss.
Fred Merrier, Demmon, Mich,
j David Middlebrooks. Barnesville, Ga
! Thomas R. Probasco. 1'nionville. Mo.
f Leonard J. Reuter. Sauk City, Wis.
(James G. Smith. Philadelphia. Miss.
jThos. L. Stainton. Little Falls. N. J.
I Jacob Van Hoff. Paterson. N. J.
j Gordon Williams. Bedford. Va. *
Earl W. Witt. Fulton. Ky.
' Ralph E. Workman, Ptnegrove, Pa.
Wounded Severely.
ICOP.P. CHARLEY F. WALLACE. R.
F. D. 4. WASHINGTON. D. C.
PRIVATES.
' Harry Bell. Elkton. Va.
Mangus Crowder. Fincastle, Va.
FRANK J. JEFFRIES. 713 F
STREET N. W.. WASHINGTON.
D. C.
T. W. Newcomb. Drakes Branch. Va.
W. Woolwine. Christiansburg. Va.
Wm. P. Wright. Newport News. Va.
Louis Sandosky. Narcottsville, Md.
C. N. Aaron. Fishing Creek. Md.
That Rookie from the 13th Squad.
By P. L. Crosby
IT JeeiwoNNY
TOHAVE A0IC CITY ^
'N DARKNEtf
YOU HAVf TO TK0t)6 H
waccountof raips
$LOOKl HCRCS
f^/AdOCHG plans
u>. see it?
inscBirgea ATiuon
Cu Fly U. S. Planes
Army fliers discharged to the re
serve may continue flying army
plane* even thougn Out of active
[duty.
The military aeronautic section
| of the War Department plan* to
; call reserves to flying fields for
j duty not exceeding two weeks, each
yes r.
It was pointed out yesterday that
. many men In the aviation section
; will undoubtedly wish to continue
i their air experience, but without
this official plan would be unable to
get the opportunity except at pro
hibitive prices.
BARUCH QUITS !
FEDERAL POST
Resignation of War Indus
tries Head Accepted by
President Wilson.
President Wilson ha* accepted the
resignation of Bernard Barurh. chair
man of the War Induatries Board, ef
fective January 1, it was officially an
nounced at the office of the board
here.
Baruch said In his letter of resigna
tion to the President that Inasmuch as
there la "no longer necessity for con
tinuance opthe War Industries Board,
which was\?nly a war-making body."
he would suggest that the War Indus
tries Board be discontinued the first j
of the year. With this recommenda
tion Baruch placed his resignation in
the President's hands
In a lengthy letter Baruch explain
ed that the facilities of the War In
duatries Board bad been placed at the
disposal of various government agen
cies. He pointed out that the main
function of his board?to obtain ma
terial required for carrying out the
military program?had been completed
with the signing of the armistice, thus
ending the reason for its existence.
The President in accepting Baruch'a j
resignation said:
"While I agree with the conclusion
to which you have come and deem |
It best, as you do. that the activities!
of the board as such chould cease I
with the first of January next. It la
with a feeling of sincere regret that i
I see this admirable and efficient
agency discontinued. It is with the
utmost regret that I accept your res
ignation and I shall beg that you will
not leave Washington, but continue j
to lend us the advice which has been
all along so valuable to us.
"As I have told you. I think that
just the right course is being followed
in handing over to the proper per
manent departments thoae activities
| of the board with which the govern- i
I ment ought not permanently to dia
| penae."
j Baruch said unlimited credit la due
I the Industries of the country, em
ployers and employes alike, for the
I way they responded to cslls made
upon them by his organixa*Jon.
THE TOWN CRIER.
T1>r Rector'* Aid *?cle?T ?* All
Saint.' Church. Chevy Chwt C>r. . '
will serve a supper "*** from * l?
IS o'clock.
j The annual ?"?'?'tin* ?' ?
I \-f rem the Washington Swlsa So
! ciety Will be held this evening at
1712 Twelfth street northwest for the
| election of otneers end other bus.
; ness.
! of the Navy League of the Unltea
State., will ?ddre? member. the
Twentieth Century <-lub at AUSoula
Church. Fourteenth and L ?treet^a
11 SO o'clock thia morning on "The
Need for Ship, and What Can
Do to Help " The public i? Invited.
I or. j.k. *in. ,r"
! "Foreigner, in America at the
I Western Presbyterian Church. ?
? H atreet. between Nineteenth and
| Twentieth streets. thia evening at
I o'clock.
Vli..lou.r? work .??! ?*? white
people of the Tennes.ee mountain,
will be told of by Rev. McVeigh Har
rison. of the Order of the Holy Cross,
at St Paul's P. E. Church. Twenty
third street. near Washington Circle
this evening It will be illustrated
by lantern slides.
The ..??.! meeting eleeti.n
of officers of WllH.ru. ? ?^
(Camp. No. 30. Division of Maryland^
Sons of Veterans. C. S. A... will?
held at Pythian Temple. 101. Ninth
atreet. tomorrow evening at 8 P. m.
I The regular weekly meeting ?* tke
I Catholic Women's War Relief Ser*
ice will be held this evening at the
Catholic Women's War Service Club.
2408 K atreet. at 8 o'clock.
A meeting .f the F.mer, ->??>
will be held in the Emery t-cnool
tomorow evening at 8 o'clock
The annual meeting ?' 'he Ca
thedral Height* Citi.ens' Associa
tion will be held at 8 o'clock this
evening in St. Albans pariah hall,
when officers will be elected.
The regular meeting of the Presi
dent's Own Garrison. Army and Navy
Union, will be held at 7 SO o'clock
thia evening at 1412 Pennsylvania
avenue.
The tiama Phi Beta Society will
hold a regular meeting this even
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of Mra.
F. R. Wilson. 1835 R street north
west.
Xhe Merchants and Mannfsctnr
i ers' Association will be hosts to
i Washington bu?!ne-? m-n not mem
bers of the association thia evening
at Wardman Park Inn. Connecticut
I avenue and Woodley Park road.
The board of manager, of the
Juvenile Association will hold It.
second annual meeting in the gold
room of the Shoreham tomorrow
nigbt at 8 o'clock.
William Howard Taft will .ddre..
the Ohio Society of Washington at
a meeting of the organiaation to be
held Tuesday at 8 o'clock at Rau
acher'a. president William R. Day
will prealde.
The Anthnny l.eagne will hold it.
regular meeting tonight at 7:30. at
<007 Columbia Road. Senator Suth
erland and Representative Reed,
both of West Virginia, and Dr. E.
C Duddlng. president of the Pria
oners' Relief "Society, will apeak.
An oflleem* danee will be given at
Trinity Pariah Hall. Takoma Park,
for the benefit of the Episcopal Eye.
Ear and Throat Hospital, thi. even
ing at ? o'clock. Refreahment. will
be served. Tickets can be procured
at the door.
Alankan. and former resident, ef
Washington State will hold a re
union tonight in the auditorium of
j ^he Thomson School. Twelfth and
* .treeta northwest. Senatora Jonea
and Poindexter and olb"
inent Northwestemers will
the meeting Congressional De^e
?te gulaer. of Alaaka. ?nd former
Delegate Wickersham will apeak for
the .'???" contingent
HAIL CARRIER
AFTER PRIZES'
More Than 300 Enter Con-^
test for Sfile of Savings
Stamps.
Every one of the more than!#*;-*
letter rsrfiers attached to the ?Tt?
I Postofflce and It* stations here projn
! ioes to pro re an tcth-4 eompe?t?r
! tn the l(Miay war ravine* stamps
, celling contest which bejran >-esterday.
The fart that the cash prises, which
i total tl.MOi are larger and more nu
merous than In any preceding content.
Is responsible for greater and more
Intense Interest than ever before. - . 4
The men are particularly pleased
with the method of apportioning th*
prizes through their division fcnto
three sections?the business district
carriers In Section 1. the residential
and sernl-business carrier* In SecUQA...
2, and the purely residential, station .
and rural men In Section S.
As a separate set of prises is tc be
awarded In each section, the men are
thus placed on a more equal footing
and the carrier whose route lies ifc
a portion of the city where the houge*
are widely scattered will not hare to ?
compete with the carriers dewnipwn . f
or in the more thickly settled resi
dential district.
While reports received at the end ?f * *?
the day showed that several thousand' %
dollars' worth of the government** ? 4
baby bonds had been disposed of.'
most of the competitors < on ten tad.
themselves with "lining up" peoe
pective customers, rather than ooa- .?
centra ting on actual salea *r.
The men in Section 1 are knosefSi
be watching with particular interest
the work of Carriers Riley G Pplknr
and Henry C. Richter. each of who*,
haa proved a consistent winner in*
past W 8. 8. contests. Spiker. whoMi
route Is confined to the Colorado* ?
Building, has to his credit sales tfln"
excess of IfrO.OOO for the year, wbttai
Richter also boasts of a creditable'
| record.
The contest Is beinc held endw
the supervision of Postmaster Me^?
ritt O. Chance with Assistant Poet
master Malcolm Kerlln In charge of
its details. Both are certain that ft '
will bring results far greater than
ever before and will provide auh-?
stantial assistance towards the ac
complishment of the District of Qt>-?
lumbia's War Stamp quota of
000 for the year.
DEMOBILIZING
CAMPS NAMED
Men to Be Transferred to Posts
Near Homes.
The War I*epartment yesterday
designated as demobilisation centers
the following csmps: BesuregsaH.
La ; I)even*. Mass . Dodge, Iowa.
i Grant. Ill . Gordon and Hancock <?ai; u
Lw. Va ; L?ogaa. Tex.; Custer. Illtk: tm
| Punston. Kans.: Greenleaf. da.{
1 Kearney. Cal Meade. Md . Sevier. ,
[ S. C.; Taylor. Ky.; McArthur. Tex.;
Pike. Ark; Shelby. Miss. Sherman. ,
|Ohi^; Greene. N. C.; Wedsworti. &
C . Jackson. S C . Bowie. Tex.; Dix.
! N. J ; Travis. Tex.: Humphreys. Va.. .
I^ewis. Va; McClellan. Ala.; Sbeti-, ^
dan. Ala., and Upton. K. ?.
In making this announcement of de
mobilisation centers the War Depart
ment laid down the genera! rule that
; only those men will be dischatoMI
who are within 3s mile* of
duct Ion po.nt. This m?in* that men*
from distant points will be traai
ferred ta a camp near their home *nd U
j then diamlssed.
In so far as possible detachments >
from the same States mill b? grouped
and sent to demobilisation camps near
their own community. ,
Entertainment by the
Y. M. Hebrew Assoc.
Tonight at 5 p. m the Toung Men's
j Hebrew Association will entertain ite...
members and fn^ids in the ballroonfe
I of the Y M H. A. Building. Eleventh**
street and Pennsylvania avenue nofth-s
west.
An elaborate Chanuka program has*
been arranged by the entertainmenf
: committee, consisting of an address by"1
Rabbi Benjamin I. Grossman, on
! Spirit of the Maccabeesthe lighting*'
of candles with accompanying prayer ?>
1 by Rev. M Potashnick. The musical *
1 selections will be played by the T. M.
I H. A. Orchestra and Miks Tersaa
ShefTermsn will sing, accompanied by
! Miss Ulllan Shapirio. The evening
will be brought to a conclusion by a .
dance.
Community Center Notes.
I The educational classes at the WU?.
; son Normal Center indu<to French foe
children and adults, typewriting. Span*
ish. shorthand and dictation. The 09*
1 nasium is open in the afternoon Tor
? children and in the evening for adtfHa
and there is rhythmic dancing iua(li|fM,
! tion from 7:30 to t w.
M r*. Dabaey, home demonstration
agent for the District of Columbia,
will begin a course tn home ecooom
i ics at the Wilson Normal Communltf
J Center today at 3 o'clock, and a Hub
for the study of home problems will be
formed after the lecture.
Washington State and Alaska Oocio?
' ty meets in the Thomson Community
Center at S o'clock tonight. A
The Junior Social Club
I nev Community Center ha
j meeting this evening.
I open for the exchange of J
< to 10.
The regular meeting ^^he Ruyt
1 Club of the Birney ComAunity Center
i will be held tonight.
Credit Men's Association
to Meet This Evening
I The annual meeting and dinner of
the Washington Association of Credit
Men -will be held at the Commercial
iCluh this evening at o'clock,
i Representative Fess. of Ohio. ail!
deliver the address of the evening.
His subect is to be "Business Reeon
i struction."
OFFICERS CLEARED OF GUILT.
Lieut. Col. J. G. Vincent and L*ieuL
Col. George W. Mixter stand cleared
I of any selfish guilt in their airplane
i work for the government. Full
pardons have been granted them by
j the President, who held with At
torney General Gregory that they
wore only technical violators of the
, law. when, because of previous
, bsiness connections they kept stock
, they owned and still held army po
sitions, which dealt with these con
jee ms. In pardoning them, the Pres
j ident spoke highly of their service
1 to the nation. ?
Urge Highway Construct"?*.
j Karliest poaeible resumption of-!
' highway construction under the
j Federal Road Aid act is favored by
j President Wilson, according to a let-'
ter to Secretary of AgrldultprA^
Houston, made public >*-Merdaju,
Secretary of War Baker alao w(
in favor of highway work

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