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THE^aHBHERALD
Published every day In the year
*7 The V\ aaalngton Herald Com
??"* at 421-419 Eleventh street.
*aahlngton. D. C.
J*'epfone Exchange? Call Main
? 300. (For classified advertisements
i*k for Branch 1).
Vfember Audit Bureau of Circula
tion.
CLASSIFIED RATES
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All Other < laaalflesfloi
Per Llae?
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r ttoaas eMMMMy....; ?... 0 cecta
? ot fears tim*% eaeseentlTely t cmta
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FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES
the Si. C BECK WITH SPECIAL AUC)H1.
Naw Tort Office Tnhtma Bids
^hiago ^ffioa ........ .Tribune HUtg.
offwa ?? r?rd hiss.
??. Lnu Off.ca Third Siting Bsna Bids
HELP WANTED?MALL
WANTED ? COLORED CHAVFFEt'R TO
nin Ford delireryi ear; mutt .bring reference*
App4y TOPHAMS, Has F at de7-3t
CARPENTER TO Do JOBBING; STEADY
wort. REAL ESTATE OFFIC E. EM C at.
nw. Apply with reference, 10 to 13 morning*.
?
CHAl'FFEl R MIU"HANIC~ FOR RRn AND
Overland car REAL ESTATE OFFICE. 2M
C at. nw. Apply with reference. 10 to 12
morning*. deTSt
MEN TO DISTRIBUTE ADVERTISING;
money advanced eacb night. Apply 7 a. m..
?Cst. nw. decB-3t
MEN FOR GASOLINE FILLING
stations. PENN OIL CO.. Ross
lyn, Va. de6-l4t
GOOD POSITIONS OPEN
As Conductors and Motormen.
This i? an exceptional opportunity to 'earn
the stjret railwaj bcasness under beat working
coaditiooa.
Our scale of want* in as follow*:
For flrst three mocths of aerrice 43 cents an hour
For the next nine months *? centa an hour
Thereafter . 48 ccnta an hour
Apply any day this week between the hours
of i a. o. and 13 M. (noon).
Instruction Department.
WASHINGTON RAILWAY A ELECTRIC CO.
1Kb and East Capitol street*.
deS-lOt
MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS.
/ baggage and mail porters; white
and colored laborers. Apply ROOM
308, Union Station. d*2-tf
WANTED ? BKAKEMEN FOR POTOMAC
yard. 59 cent* par tour, alio car re;<airu?es.
s'arhinlsts. helpers, carpenters. IreCght brake
Ben. firemen and ether occupations at various
soints. Pennsylvania Railroad. Apply '?? New
'Wvt ave as wylt-tf
WANTED?MUSICIANS.
WANTED?MUSICIANS TO JOIN
Mount Vernon Orchestra. Come
tonight. 8 o'clock sharp. Mount
Vernon Place Church, 9th st. and
Mass. ave. Bring instruments and
stand with you. SIDNEY ROCHE,
secretary, 2636 Garfield st.
de9-lt
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
WANTED?RELIABLE r.lUl. Ft >R ftENKKtL
housework in apartment. Ap;>b apt. J3, i7?
Lanier place nw. Itione Col. 0KT?. de9 3t
WANTED - COOK. AT ONCE; $10 PER
week. 1133 11th at. nw. -le?-lt
WANTED-GOOD-LOOK I NO GIRLS T?> JOIN
fchorua; experience n >t neca?*ar>. Ah?L to
Mana0v Lyceum Theat-r, all day. deT-lt
Wanted?c ashikii and privatb
branch telephone operator. Apply SC3 H st.
? ? decSS
rANTED-NEAT YOUNG LADIES TO
clerk in leather ?rx>la store, musi bring ref
erence*. Apply TOPHAM'S. 1210 F at. nw.
d?7-9t
LADY. COLORED. WANTED TO
do general housework. Can stay
nights if desired. Apply 1763
Church st. nw. de6-tf
Ml! I. WANTED FOR GENERAL ftolSE
work. Apply "W5 5th st. nw., Takoma Park.
de7-3t
COLORED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good salary, short
hours. Apply at 3208 Warder St.
de8-2t
wanted-stbnocrapher apply "a h
et. nw. 1-odit
FOR RENT?DESK ROOM.
WILL HHARE LARGE OFFICE BOOM.
centrallv located, reasonable price. PIkkio
Frank. 133 or call at 1IM H st. Room 338.
de*X
t
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARIC.
attractive suburban homes.
)J. 3. TOML1NSON. 324 SO. BLDG. M. 1445.
Sis new houses and bungalcwa ready for in
-o - n. Ji *00 : ? HMt Easy fmu. r.oC tf
LOST.
?oer-oN ifTH sr. near u st. small
black purse containing money and name card
LMmlap. Reward if returned to 1430 U st. nV.
de?lt
~~>T-NEAR PBTWOBTH, BOOK OF HER
ald raceiu'a. Please return to Herald office
IRCULATION DEPARTMENT. de5-tf
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
IGH SCHOOL CADET OFFICERS l*NI
fonn and cap; used short tima. $10. 120 Ran
oJp'. piaea nw. de7 3t
FOR SALE?FURNITURE.
Credit Furniture credit
HOPWOOD'S
opular Price Furniture and Stove
Store. 8th and K Sts. N. \V
FRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
EFRIGERATORS"
- That Are Superior
50N REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any sise
reJri?erator or cooling room.
11 F St N. W. FrankJin 2757.
it
PERSONALS.
NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP
1088 F st. nw. Phone Franklin 2392.
Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop
1813 Ifth it nw. Phone North MT3-J.
Hours: 3-30 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Strictly Sanitary.
Under a Professional Nurse. de^Mt
Old-Fashioned Herbs
The herb 1* purely a
vegetable product and can
hsvs no bad effect upon
tb? *>stem It purifies the
blood. iodc? tip the *>?
tern. m>lenitlie? the kid
neys thereby relieting
Brigbt'a Disease. Gravel, j
Rheunatiam. Scistiea.
Lumbago. Coughs and
Colds.
M. A. LOUIS & SONS
The Herb Specialists. 229 O st. nw.
TREATMENTS FOR VARIOUS AILMENTS.
ds^Mt
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS
Nervous snd Special Diseases of Ben m?i W<?at.n.
1 Means Health to You If You Sufer
I Prom Catsrrb. Obesity, Rbeisnstisra, Constipa
I tien, Piles, Throst. Lungs, Brsm. Heart. Blood
' sod Skin Diseases. Nervous Dtbility, Ktdaey
, Dtseases, Bladder Trouble, Specific Blood Poi
| soiling. Eruption*. C leers. and AH Private Die
ru^s Cured (or Life by Sale Methods.
I Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
j Offlc* Honrs 10 to 1. 3 to 1 Sundays. IS to 12.
WHAT WB LIKE MOST IS To HAVE YOU
highly t Isssed with the bunch_ nf cssh we
leave with you all in a square exchange for
men's worn clothing, shoes, etc.. and we do our
fnr you. This is a known fact and our
bnnng grow* greater Phone us to call.
JUSTHS OLD 8TAND. ?1? 1>. de?lt
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS^
LATEST SONG hits.
A GRECIAIf LOVE SONG.
A Song That
Touchrn tkr
Heart.
A beautiful
song, easy to
sing an<f pTsy.
fbe bit of the
iear.
Pro fegaionals
send 25 cents in
stam;e for or
chestration. Mu
sic sent free of
charge.
Published by
Peter G. Kems
tudis. Composer
snd Song Writ
er. 32T9 M ?U N\
W.. Washington. D. P Tele
phone West lSlsi. dc6-30t
BUSINESS CARDS.
:? CALLING CARDS WITH CASK POST
pald to any address for 39 cents. EARLB
WAYNE* 906 H sU nw., Washington. D. C.
de4 90t
ELECTRICAL.
Have Your Electrical Wiring Installed By
' F. L. CLARKE
Electrical Contractor?9?pplies.
3421 M Street Northwest.
Lights. Bells. Fsna. Motor*. Repairing.
de?Mt
SIGN PAINTER.
Special rate* for Christmas carda and invita
tior.s written by hand. Sign painting of sit
- - -US ^ ,t nw del-30t
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 33<2. N. 3343,
N. 3344. Nlgbt or Holl-.
day. Franklin SflL
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
ab*olutll? fireproof stobaoi
Kooms SI and ap. Monng and Packing.
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. 4tf-? KXS
it aw Phones M. (229 snd Franklin 3423 11
MOVING
We fnrnish large psdded tax* sod careful ant
to handle y< ur goods.
PACKERS of furniture, pisooe. edina. brio-a
' brae, etc. Experienced men only.
i SH1TPING ?o all parts of the workl.
STORACE tor furniture, piano*, and bones
bold gooda.
I KRIEG'S EXPRESS
HOTELS AND CAFES.
NEW LIBERTY HOTEL
400 Jersey Ave. N. W.
| Nicely furnished rooms; steam
heated, electricity; $1.00 per day
and up. Special weekly rates. Phone
Lincoln 293. de8-7t
Cb?son Tfolil
Corner 7th A P at. nw.
JUST OPENED.
Newly furnished rooms by day, week or
month st reasonable prices.
Prop. If. Raturin. Phone North 4*80
de6-Wt
DONT FAIL TO VISIT IT
The Handsomest Restaurant in Waahingtoo.
THE REPUBLIC
Oriental. Chinese sntl American Diihes.
The b*st the market csn afford at reasonable
Oqrn from 11 a. m. to 2 a. m.
Reservation by telephone. Franklin TT5T.
*10 F street northwest.
SECOND FLOOR.
EDUCATIONAL.
collmhia lniveksity school.
W. T. Shepherd. Ph.D., Principal, W> 11th
st. nw. Tel. Msm T6S9. Dsy, night, oo-ednea
tional Individual inatruction. Grades. oigti
school; also advanced work, lsngusges, mathe
matics. science-diploma. Psychology; courses in
efficiency; ihorthand, typewriting. Moderate
rates. sel5-?t
Keep Your War Job
By taking our special short courses
in stenography, typewriting, book
keeping and civil service. Individual
1 instruction.
THE DRILLERY
1100 N. Y. Ave.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
hoklers of Ricbsrdson A Bur-gets, Inc.. for the
?lection of Trustees and for such other business
as may properly come before ssid meeting, will
be held at the offices of mid company, in the
Colorado Building, 14th A G sta. nw.. on Mon
day. January 13. 1919, at 1 p. m. Polls open
from 1 to 2 p. m. ALLEN H ROGERS.
President, WILLIAM H. MA CLAY. Secre
AUTOMOBILES
Waihington Auto Exchange
Automobiles, Tim, AtMtMrka,
Repairs* Tracks, Trailers, Stsr
sge, Taxis. Auto Glass, Ga
rages, Batteries, Etc.
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES.
>0-HORSEPOWER B IT I C K CAR
attached to a two-ton Smith
Form-a-Truck; in good condition.
Price, $600. #One-ton Hmlth Form-a
Truck attached to a Ford car; con
dition same as new; will sell rea
sonably on easy terms. RECORD
AUTO CO., 133 Pa. ave. nw. d?'8-3t
AUTOING TODAY! 81'RE! MY DETROIT
Weatherproof Top defies cold; better than.*
limousine. Order yours today. 2108 H at. nw.
del7t
USED CARS.
, Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
203 N. Broad ?!..
Philadelphia, Pa.
1,000 cam to aelect from?lftfl. 1917. If.G model*, j
in *U tutu's, ?90 up. Catalogue free on re
i Quest. de2,4,6,9,11,1116,16.20.23.2.27,3# I
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
Republic Trucks
We do hauling around town and in Maryland
or Virginia, by hour, day, week or month. We
guarantee you quick and good service at rea
sonable prices. 911 tod at. ne. Lincoln 19.
S. D. LEFAS. do30-8K
TIRES FOR SALE.
<lei 30t
AUTO PAINTING.
AUTO PAINTING.
4 to 7 dajs. Plain machines, S3) up.
ROHDE, 414 Maas. ate. nw.
Mt
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
CAR OWNERS Nl/1 OKLY FIND OUR
location roi venirnt, ou: c-uj Ion* experience
with auti% is of great value to the thouaanda
we serve. Are we serving ycur carl Full stock
accessor: ?-*. oila. grease*, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co. ?
' 1004 Ps. ave. Main fk
J tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOA> OH APPROVED C1TT
real a?tate at lowest current ratee; special
privileges with respect to ur1~ ps/tseots.
TYLER * BTTHERFORD. Inc.. 117 1Mb at. ti
WANTED TO BUT.
WILL CALL IN MY FNLETTERED ACTO
mobile, city or suburban and pa* you highest
price* for ladies , gentlemen'a, chUdres'a die
carried c/othing, of all deecrlptkm*. Addrsaa
p<-m?i or phons. I will call E RICE, Ilk lb
at. nw. N 1151
BUSINESS CHANCES.
STEEL BAILS FOR BAILBOAD SIDE
tracks and industrial purposes with nece*sry
fastenings, aUo switches, frog* and turnout*.
Prompt shi|*n?it9 for war requirements. M.
MITSHKUN CO.. Detroit, Mich. de8 It
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
COMMISSIONERS OF TUB DISTRICT OF
Columbia, Washington, D. C.. December 6.
191A Applications for nenni*son to take the
examinations for the selection ??f candidates to
be recommended by the Cotnmissionets of the
District of Columbia to take the examinations
for admission to tl?e UNITED STATES MILI
TARY ACADEMY in June. 1919. will be re
wired at this office not later than 3 o'clock p.
m., ou Saturday. January 18, 1919. No |>erson
will be permitted to appear at these examina
tions who is not an actual resident of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Applications must b>> signed
in the applicant's handwriting and In* addressed
to the Commissioners of the District of Colum
bia, Room 509. District Building. Washington.
D. C.; must state the place ami date of the
birth of the applicant and liiS" postoffice addreas,
and be accomi>anied by a certificate from two
reputable residents of the District of Columbia
that the sptlicant is a i<emoi, of good moral
character and that he is an actual re Aden t of
the District of Columbia. Applicants must not
be less than 17 nor more than 22 jears of age
on June 13. 1919. and not 1pm than 5 feet 4
inches in height, at the age of 17; nor less than
5 feet 5 inches in height at the age of 18 and
upward. They will be subjected to a competitive
mental examination, beginning at 9 o'clock a.
m. on MONDAY. JANUARY 20. 1919, on the
following topics: Algebra (through quadratic
equations and progressions). Plane geometry.
English grammar, English composition and
literature, descriptive geography, the elements
of physical geography and United States and
Baropeaa history during the lieriod mentioned in
the War Department regulations, in the Frank
lin School Building, situated at the southeast
corner of Thirteenth and K streets northwest;
and to a i-h\sical examination, beginning at 10
o'clock a. m, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1919,
in the Fire Department Truck House, No. 3.
situated at the southeast corner of 14th street
and Ohio avenue northwest, a copy of a cir
cular of information issued by the War Depart
ment respecting the requirements of candidates
for admission to the United States Military
Academy may be obtained upon application
therefor at this office. No person will be per
mitted to present himself for either mental or
physical examination who ahaP, not hare been
notified in writing of the approval of his ap
plication by the Commissioners. Blank ap
plications will be furnished upon application at
thia office. I/1UIS BROWNLOW. JOHN ?.
D. KNIGHT. W. GWYNN GARDINER. Com
missi oners of the District of Cohtmoia.
de7.9.10.11.12.13
Original 3600-. 4UX> 5000-.
Siaes. Plain.
3>*3 $11 00
30x3*4 13.75
2U3H 183
JSx4 22.50
31x4 24.00
MILE FIRSTS.
Skids. Tuhea.
11150
16.50
19 ??
24 50
J6.00
Inner Tube* Guaranteed One Year.
$27
2.9j
3.23
4 ?>
430 |
All
other sizes at LOWEST prices
C. W. D. on approval.
We ship
PHONE - LI
i - 5 i a. ?>
IIXIEU
Ills II Street If. F.
Open Evenings and Sunda?a.
I PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D O..
j Washington, D. C., December f, 1918. Sealed
l>roposalH will be received at this office. Room
J 511. District Building, until 2 o'clock p. m.,
| December 16. for furnishing and delivering
? portable ventilating furnaces and for furnishing
and deliveries blackboards, top moulding and
chalk troughs for tue in lortable school build
ings. Specifications and blank fortns of pro
ixjssI may be had ui<wi appticatkfci to Pur
i chsaing Officer. D. C., Room 22D, District Build
1 ing. Bidders hi applying will please specify
whether they desire itroposals for furnaces or
blackboards. LOUIS BR OWN LOW. JOHN O.
D KNIGHT. W. GWYNN GARDINER. Com
AUCTION SALES.
THOS. J. OWEN A ION, Aactloaeers;
Truatw#' m1? of valuable frun? bujinlow
northeast corner jot Jewett and Shsrrier place,
Potomac Heights, D. C. Br virtu* of a certain
deed of trust duly recorded, in Lib?r No. JWT.
Folio 23, et aeq., of the land records of the
sDistrict of Columbia, and it the request of the
party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will itell. at public auctio* in the office of Tboe.
J. Owen A Son, 1331 G st. nw.. on Monday,
the 9th day of December, A. D.. lfl?, at t
o'clock p. m., the following described land and
premises, aituate In the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being Lot 46 in Square
144? in the Potomac Height Land Company's
subdivision called Potomac Heights; as per pist
recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the
i IMstrict of Columbia in Liber 44 at folio S.
Terms of sale: Sold subject to a prior deed of
trtwt for $2,509 and the amount over and above
said trust to be paid in ca?b. A deposit of $100
required at time of sale and the purchaser al
lowed ten days to complete the purchase.
Further particulars at time of ssle. REN
JAMIN H. GRUVER. HKlCE CLEVELAND.
Trustees. no27.30.Dec3,6.7,t
l'HOS. J. OWK\ ? ?0<T Auc.lonrrr.,
TKITSTEE'S SAI.B OK THE FURNITCBE.
lease and good will of the business known as
Havenq Cafe, No. 1206 New York svenue north
weHt. By virtue of a certain chattel deed of
trust recorded in Liber 4121 at folio 10, one of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby
the undersigned trustee will St 11 at public auc
tion within the said premises on Tuesday, De
cember 10, 1J18, at 1 o'clock p. m.J all the fur
niture, di*ye* and cooking utensils containtd in
and upon premises, 1206 New York svenue north
west, together with the lea*e of said premises
and the good will connected witto the business
known a-t Haven* Csfe. Terms of sale: ALL
CASH ("HAS. W. FITTS. Trustee; C. CHES
TER CAY WOOD, attorney for party secured.
deS.6,7,9.1#
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
Artistic?expressive?loexpeMl vs.
, Gudc Bro?. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delivery service.
tf
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
J w w. Chamber*. E P. Cliaiufcew
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
1400 Chaptn SL N. W.
We Cae Automobile Service Excluelvety.
j Modem Chapel, Day or Nigbt. Pbone CoL OL
~JOSEPH GAWLER'S SON?f~
Memt>ti? oj invitation Natiooai delected Mor
' Ucians. Services rendered m si] parts at the
j United States tj apeoal representatives.
! Telephone a. bubmkM in
Main 6512-6613 l.ady
1730-32 Pa. Asrl.tant
Avenue. Chapel
Flying Tank Is One
Of Winning Factors
I^ondon.?The flying tank was a
strong1 factor in ending the war. An
armor-plated scout machine, invulner
able against ordinary ground fire,
speedy and with remarkable climbing
power, it was used almost exclusively
for ground strafing?the most demoral
izing of any form of warfare. The
"flying tanks" got far behind the Oer
iman lines to where great bodies of the
I retreating German forces were wait
' in?r or moving. Wherever they at
tacked they demoralised the enemy?
and with the minimum of danger to
the fliers.
Switzerland Trap to
Washington Airman
j "Paris.?Peace will mean release of
many American soldiers interned in
i Switzerland, among them L*ieut. James
' Fuller Thomas, 2317 Ashmead place,
I Washington, D. C., and LJeuL Virgil
' Brookheart, Hyaconda, Mo., who lost
j their way in a fog and landed at
! Fahy. near the French frontier. They
(tried to escape internment. Fuller got
j his engine going and attempted flight.
I but the Swiss guards fired and dis
abled the motor. He had to descend.
C\
Todays Casualty list '
y* ? '-j
NIGHT LIST.
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general ef the
American Expeditionary Forces:
Died of wounds 97
Died of accident and other
causes 30
Died of airplane accident 3
Died of disease 79
Wounded (degree undeter
mined) 1.1?
Total .1,838
DM of WHu'ta.
LIEUTENANTS.
Julius E. Bell. Springfield, Tenn.
Clark O. For, Buhl. Idaho.
Chas. De V. Allaln, New Orleans La.
SERGEANTS.
Qrover C. Williams, Havana, Ark.
Clem Howard, Morrow. Ohio.
Jam** A. Howze. Webster Groves, Mo.
Charles A. KyU. Columbia. 111.
Walter R. Minish. Lenoir. N: C.
John W. Newklrk. Quincy, Mass.
Robert Christie. Amot, Pa
Harvey E. Gold, GorevlUe. III.
Joseph Holveck, Allentown, Pa.
Linus C. Ruth. Hinsdale. 111.
Arthur G. Smith, Vancouver, Wa?h.
Ralph E. Zinkham, Freedom, Pa.
CORPORALS
P. Koslowskl, New Britain, Conn,
lister I^enhart, Brooklyn. N. Y.
Roy G. Rhoades, Rosehlll, Kans.
James A. Swan. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Paul Werner. Mt. Healthy. Ohio.
William E. Allen, Clyde. Ohio.
Jean B. Chenard, Lawrence, Mass.
j Harry H. Johnson, Cheat Haven, Pa.
Cook R. W. Black, Washington, Pa.
PRIVATES.
E. A. Albertson, Bullock, S. Dak.
R. E. Andrew. Clay City. Ind.
Paul H. Bell, Auburn, Katu*.
Earl C. Bivens, Berlin, N. Y.
John F. Brown, White Pine, Tenn.
1 Otis L. Canady, Ambridge, Pa.
j James H. Curtis. Pikevllle, Tenn.
Jesse A. Dean, Cincinnati. Ohio.
P. D. De Young, South Holland, 111.
John A. Eaton. Chicago, 111.
C. S. Ford. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Roy Gale. Grand Rapids. Mich.
Herbert G. Heins. Jersey City, N. J.
Lester Hess. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clarence Hughes. I'niontown. Pa.
Gufltav W. Koelin. Dent. Minn.
A. E. Kothmann, Mason. Tex.
Mike Kowalozyk. Chicago, 111.
John A. Lahert. Brooklyn."*N. Y.
Chris H. Lampe, Collis, Minn.
Everett I>?armont. S. Meriden. Conn.
Danver Mull ins. Blair, W. Va.
Fred P. Parcells. Chatham. N. J.
Robt. P. Richards. Lewner, (Ja.
R. E. Rowan, Providence. R. I.
James Stapp. Lakemp. Okla.
Joseph I. Stephens. Dallas, Tex.
Iver A. Thompson, Le Roy, Minn.
Charlie A. Young. Winterset. Iowa.
Rryan Anderson. Liberty. Miss.
I Joseph E. Becker. New York. N. Y.
A. F. Bettfreund. Valley, \Va/*h.
F. Boklnz. Greenpopt, L. I . N. Y.
Julius Breoks. New York, N. Y.
Thos. C. Cody. Haynesville, I>a.
Allan W. Coffman, Peru, 111.
William CundlfT. Monhead. Ky.
Morris Doxer. Roxbury, Mass.
Ix>uis Dubreuil. Biddeford. Me.
Elliott W. Fahev. New York. N. Y.
Wm. W. Fahey. Kennett Square. Pa.
Geo. Geultlan. Cleveland. Ohio.
Frank Glass. Zanenvllle. Ohio.
j Frank J. Goodman. Reading. Pa.
Julian Grodxkl. Manchester. N. H.
Walter Hall. Dumas. Ark.
j George Hansen. Cedar Falls. Iowa.
I Oscar Hlllestad. Norcros*. l*inn.
Niles W. Hodds. Pomeroy, Iowa.
Luther C. Hornsby. Seaford. Va.
F. De Witt Kellogg. Hartford. Mich.
J. P. Kerschner. Archville. Pa.
Michael Krapish. Paterson. N J.
I>eon F. Lafay. Potsdam. N. Y.
Charles I^entz. Wllliamsnort. Pa.
Peter M. McDonald. Madison. Wis.
James McKillop. Terre Haute. Ind.
Joseph F. Murphy. Asheville. Pa
Lyle G. Rlckard. Mason City. Iowa.
H. S Schappell. Hamburg. Pa.
A. W. Stfderbere. Detroit Harbor. Wis,
Sterling W. Selt*. Yoe. Pa.
Ht-uf.v Shawnee. Greenfield. Okla.
James Smith. Philadelphia. Pa.
Wallace B. Taylor. Ch*?ka. M?nn.
Jesse E. Thomas. Shlokshinny. Pa
' H. C. 8. Thompson. Parkman. Ohio.
. I Charlie Totherow. Alhertvlie. Pa.
! Annas Wells. Licking River. Ky.
I Ernest H. Wenzel. Sullivan. Wis
Benjamin R. Whie. St. l?uis. Mo
| John E. Wines. Waukon. Iowa,
j R. LeR. Adamson. Fergus Falls. Minn.
Died In Alrpl?ne AeeMeat.
LIEUTENANTS
John \\^^uckley. Grand Rapids. Wis
Murray I-* Kates. Newark. N. J.
Herbert J. Simon, Carson. La.
That Rookie from the 13th Squad.
By P. L. Crosby
\ DO NOT FOX
TfcOTTO ZE
NATIONAL
ANTHEM
EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO
i Ncrvce Yoo uck Youn
To 5?P*MTB ?H?ETi <r>f? fWPtfti
Yoo'tc U/R^F NO Vvr* <JT no*, he ?
X'lc tdo thc KAppiNa J!t
Died from Afoideat and Other
Caittc.
Col. J. A. Thomai, Jr.. Macon. Ga.
Corp. M. J. Campbell, Portland. Mich.
Corp. I\ C. Scott, 1 Detroit. Mich.
PRIVATES.
John Ackerman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
J Carter. Boacon Camborne. En*.
J. F. McGrath. Boston. Mare.
Sergt. C. C. Hammer. Jr.. Bollver. Ala.
Corp. P. C. Fuhrman, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Wagoner A. O. Alexander, Isola. Miss.
privates.
John Boreson, Stephenson. Mich.
Jam* s Favor*, Dawson. Ga.
R.'H. Gustafson. Hopkins, Minn.
Le Roy I). I^amaster, Louisville, Ky.
Walter H. Land, Madison, Ind.
C. F. Mandabach. Wafhington. Ind.
James Roche. Detroit. Mich.
Cecil O. Service. Vassar, Mich.
Joe Thomas. Kj'pa. Ala.
W. C. Witthun. Fox I-ake. Wis.
Vernon Wright, Gate. ,Okla.
IMed ef Disease.
Capt. W. I. Elliott. Nashua. N. H.
Lieut. J. H. Kwell, Jr.. Goliad. Tex
Nurse. Cornelia E. Thornton, Achillas,
Va.
S*-rg?'ant W. A. Holmes. Escanaba,
Mich.
CORPORALS.
W. J. Andre.'Brooklyn. N. Y.
Geo. Krum. Highland Park, Ky.
Robt. H. Pollock. Philadelphia. Pa.
E. F. Ricketts, Flatwood, Tenn.
J. F. Cummiskey. Medford, Mass.
Gilbert B. Dymock. Norwalk. Cann.
Tony Rygelski. Chicago, 111.
Jamcr J. Sibrava, Chicago, 111.
Chauffeur E. L. Flitcraft. Jackson.
Ckl.
Wagoner J. J. Hayes. Jersey City,
N. J
Wagoner J. E. Worley. Marion. 111.
Civilian Employe Isidore J Poing. No
emergency address given.
Sergt. Horace I). Dumpson. Wilming
ton, Del.
Sergt. H. Isaacs. Meridan. Kans.
PRIVATES.
S. Accardi. Atlantic City. N. J.
C. W. Anderson. Piedmont. W. Va.
Jo#* Arlco, Franklin. N. J.
John W. Arnold..Greenwood. Tex.
Clarence H. Atkins. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Charley Beard. Arkadelphia. Ark.
Jas B. Beck. Holly Springs, Miss.
F. W Bordelon. M arks v* He La.
A. S. Brabant. Kansas City, Mo.
Walter IL Adams. Emporia, Miss.
Otto A1 cope. Philadelphia, Fa
M. Barbark). Chicago. IlL
J. R. Burro we*. Loup City. Nebr
Otia Davidson. Culloden. Ga.
Clarence Davie. Towestown. Ga
G. M. Glfford. Madiaoo Lake. Minn.
F. M. Hampton. Saginaw, Tex.
Felix Hay mart, l^ake Corao. Fla.
E. C. Henderson, Thurlow, Ky.
John D. Hill, Columbus. Ga.
B. M Howard. fc.aneaa City. Mo
Jim L. Luttrell, Flintville. Tenn.
Henry Morgan, Manchester. Ky.
Oda Ratcliff. Drew. Miaa
Paul Schutte. Illinois City. 111.
Virgil C. Stites. Geneseo. Kana.
Ray M. Sutler. Charleston. W. Va.
George W. Tripp. Cedar Grove, Tenn.
Harry S. Brunes. Coscob, Conn.
Frank M. Campbell. Lafayette. Ind.
Wm. M Daley. Wayside. Wis.
Michael pi Lullo. Philadelphia. Pa.
T. E. Donnelly. Baltimore. Md.
W. A. Fenalaon. Franklin. X. H.
J. E. P. Ganzmann. Altua. Ark.
Fred A. Griep. Edgerton, Wis.
Edward Guinther. Honesdale. Pa.
George Haalett. Irvington. K. Y.
W. C. Helnke. Cleveland. Ohio.
Will Holllns. Austin. Tex.
Charlea J. Kane. Wilmington. Del.
W. P. Kllkeary. East St. Louia, III.
Junoua Kyle. Mantea. Va.
Ellis L. Lamp. Newar k. Ohio.
Gustav L. Larson. Patterson. Cal.
Sim Locke. Carrigan. Tex
| J. L. McVav. Rockaway Beach. N. Y
' Warden D. Miller. Solsbury. Ind.
I Herbert Neal. Brooksburg. Ind.
[ Joe Nelson. Keo. Ark.
Albert C. Neater. Maryville. Kana.
Dock Noell. Crawford. Ga.
Geo. Rewaki. Maraley. Ky.
Keraey C. Ropp, Mechanicsburg. Ohio
Herbert Q. Taylor. E. Cleveland. Ohio
Byrd O. Thacker. I>ayton. Va.
P. Versace. Garfield. N. J.
j Luther L William. Relay. Md
O. B. Williams. Bennettsville. 6. C.
A. R. Zahn, Manitowoc. Wis.
E. L. Zimmerman. Richlanda. W. Va
Woandrd ? Dfjrrf 1 n determined )
Cook W. J. Cornwall. Kernstoown
Sergt. G. W Bullock. Suffolk. Va.
Sergt. E. D. O. Davis, Jr., Baltimore,
Md.
CORP. S. M. DIGGS. 1004 TWENTY
FIFTH ST. N. W . WASHINGTON
4 D. C.
Corp. w. H. Bottoms. Richmond. Va
PRIVATES
HARRY BHEPPARI). 1011 K ST N
W.. WASHINGTON. I?. C.
Wm. Hyater. Portsmouth. Va.
George Green. Hampton. Md
Albert E. Pierpont. Voiletville. Vs.
Mahlon S. Eccleston. Baltimore. Md
? Clarence Henry. Woodstock. Va.
Chas. E. Moxley. Baltimore. Md.
Eddie Lee Robert. Stuart, Va.
A. J. Sumner. Dickenson County, Va
Clarence Guesford. Halfway Md.
Wiley G. Field. Spears Ferry. Va.
Wm. B. Tomlinson. Pennington Gap
Va.
NWaclMOn. Prince George County
Grover C. Adams. Newpoint, Va.
John H. Smith. Hagerstown. Md.
Women to Take to
Air, Says Aviatrix
London.?Women aviators* Sur
est thing imaginable, saya Miaa Ger.
trude Bacon, well known aviatrix
She aays women have been kept
from aviation during the war, ever
in auxiliary services, because the\
might have to fight, if they should
accidentally run into an enem>
plane, and men wouldn't have that
But aft*r the war! "David sighe<!
for the wings of a dove, but I will
stake my life that Eve wished foi
them first. And because of thl?
very yearning of theirs." if for n<
other reason, women will take tf
the air as a duck to water."
French May Give
Each Soldier $100
Paris.?A French deputy has in
troduced a measure demanding that
the govertimont give each noncom
missioned officer and man in th?
French array a gift of $100 be for*
the demobilisation, and an inc.->m<
of $3 a month for each year apen'
at the fr^ht. Another bill ha*
been Introduced by which each sol
dler will be allowed to retain hii
steel helmet as a souvenir of th<
great war.
Pleasing Show Is
Compared to "Line'
London.?After seeing a brisk musi
cal comedy a soldier on leave in Lon
don. expressing the highest praise o
which he waa capable, declared. *T
was like being back in the line again.'
Manganese Mines of
Brazil Now Valuablt
Rio de Janalro.?Manganese minea ir
Braxil, which have been idle becaus
they could not be profitably operated
are now increasing in value because o
the demand for Bnutllian manganese
Many of these zninea are controlled b;
FRENCH PLACE
COPPER ORDEI
200.000 Tons of Meta
Sought by Mission
for*l9!9.
An excellent Illu.tr.Uon of a niiin
r*cent attempts to approezjk
With good understanding. nadfult
ment condition. tan be furnished b)
?f '*'Pr??entatlre, 01
?,7"rh '^"atrial life to the UnttM
I T men came with irtf#ai
learn from the leadei> of the con.
per i?du.try of th, , **
wKhln".* WOU'd "* PO"'b" 10 "??"
within the year 19IS ? ^
^ Krone* That ?
!?f '? an enormous order, or ?a?W
umT?? . PO*"b'?" to ?*?<* K ?t thfc
1,"" ?ut many questions arose .hi*,
discussion, were under ?.r be>.?*
these men of France ,nd the cojm.
*"? non' ?f <??'? ww IT
?wered. Th. situation vJHe^i
m"n ""metime, caj.
up in the air." Of course. the cop
per leader, would be triad to sell t.
rewnMble persons or organisation,
^rtr if"' ?PP?r At the preM
that^Jtal P?Un,Hi f?r COr>per ? ?ale 01
that kind would Involve a large ?ua
Of monoy. *r
Ne.erth^ it wu Impoaaible clear
"""""on. whereby i.
undoubtedly reflect, th.
. ^adjustment condition, are
Prtee-Wa,^ Faetora.
copper*'- "hU^F '"L"' l? "k
arrsajaaiiw
# are four factors which
eo far to establish the prt? for
fn>Un CO"?r ?J"e anT ,?
Important. |. labor v ,
tor In th/VC" '?r th" lmP?r,ant fac
tor in the copper indu.tr>- will be r?
Another factor I? timber
? StST 'r,thf pri~ ?f
r Svte ?? w=r js
^?er
Th^n ,h' prie* fo?: copper.
~rrAjrssjtt*'i,a
be e.tabu^S
ton f *? ?n "mount a. -M.'m
ton. of copper is to be pan t" Thl
jeem,^ to be ? Hear
f"r. * transaction of this kind the
?????,"? ln<?uatrv ?iim
edaed ?n!i " *houl<1 ^ ?n acknowl
eaced and responsible government
nrreMnlM m*<h?r on*
i3?_ . mere syndicate buying of
pepper by a French industrial com
Aak AKo.t i'iuam.
which this copper. ? bouifht ^>uld bo
f" of>thr,m "'h<r wor^* ^e flnanc
*** lr?nsactlon which will i?
?olve millions of dollars Is the I nited
State, to extend another credlT^o
^ ranee in order that the need of cop
mct'" ,rr^r rrni'y "U-f'ctorUy
m?t ig the French covernment in
P"M,k,n with its own "n
"??n-rtion of thU magni
tude 2 So they Went on dutcuaaina thia
momentou. bualnew, propoaltlon In a
\W hk 7* k Jl made no ??'v?nc?.
?It? y hereafter rommunirailoai
will come from France, which may
InrjT m?rkrt'"? ?" that country
or a?0.o(io ton? of copper.
Other approaches by leader* in for
Am,, L ?" lo be made to
American Industries but until thona
knowl?<1<t? of readjustment
condition. In this country ?uch
wa^es, the cost of material, etc.. at
as financing. It is not likelv that
any considerable dealing, of thia kind
will be perfected at least for ?om?
months.
Nevertheless the copper leaders
o^e Industry i* no* one of the
greatest, not only in the 1'nited Mates
but In the world, are looking forward
with confidence to activity and pro.
perity throughout th. year 191S
morning one of theae leaders said: **1t
make, no .inference to us what hap
pens in the next ninety days, for w?
are certain that nothing can happen
which will tend to impair our in
dustry. We look for a year of great
prosperity .ind great activity begin
ning on January l next."
Appronrh American l eader*.
In addition to Prance, industrial
leaders or rep-eaeniative. of govern
ments will approach the I'nltod State.
Tn the hope that the enormous amount
of copper which Europe, now partial),
devastated, will need can be aocured
| upon satisfactory terms. The copper
| leaders say that Germany will be In
desperate need of copper. But the
| wonder is how th.- manufacturers of
I Germany and whatever government
I there may be can secure funds with
| which to par for copper One of the
leaders said this morning that if Ger
i many s industrial demands were mot
by the copper industry of the United
. I States It is likely that Germany would
1 be found to have absorbed a larger
I j amount of American copper than
ri France or any other nation, although
, I the demands of these nations will be
> very lance.
> 1 The feeling is strong that readjust
ment should no! he unduly hastened,
that if we are to aci with m Isdom we
must make ha*t< slowly. it ,a alio
the belief that gradually but surety
the readjustment problems will be an
swered. partially at least, through a
contemplated co-operation between
American industrial leaders
HOLLAND.
Medals for Mother*
of Soldiers Urged
i London ?MedaLt or badge** for every
mother In England who had n son in
the war are beinc unpprl here. Add?
I t tonal clasps for eaeh add'tional son
would give further recognition.
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The Safest Invertmeati
Alt IfeiM lbs! V MA liSC
turtxng OWi yum o? 'bt
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Swmrtiell, Rbeem k
Heuey Co.,
727 FiHcca Street IhHt?t

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