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WASHINGTON I I /A V V I\ I IV MAIN
HERALD VbiiUU ilLyVj 3300
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?0tt" CLASSIFIED RATES
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TBI B t BECKWITH SfEClAL
Tort Ofl? I2SS! 2St
'r^LT ^ ;
*V Lenta OffW TMid ?a??w-a? "'*?
HELP WANTED?MALL
RTMBvFTTp""rHC INTERIOR. WASH
^ *. 1?
lahorn. Salary * per month. *WU
HILL. Bnrto-r. Room 108. C.??r?l Land Ol
f,c BaiUllW. Tth and r ?a. n?. (KJ-Jt
^ OCNO MAN F?m SHOE
?p,?tuBity. NEWARK SHOE WORft J??
Tth at. nw.
laborers
WANTED
BY U MORGAN JOHNSTON, ranlrxrtor^
1M Walt.r R?d C. S. Army
Part F> C. PWaaant accomm ?dauooa
? lin and meal. at coat if drairad.
4 , CENTS
PER HOLE
Apply superintendent. <??; ?* ?
contractor. 14th and I>o*?ood ata. 10
tlx Walter Barf HoatfUl. aeB
lit* TO DISTRIBUTE A0?*??1*?1
money advanced each night. Apply ^ ?
MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS.
baggage and mail porters;
and colored laborers. Apply ROOM
308. Union Station. <jc2;t(
wann - Sbasemen roa POTOMAU
yard. St eanta rat Hour, alao eat HWMJJ
? aetottitara. brlnrta. carpratna. J?**1" ?**~
Ben. 5 mr*m and ?**>? nmiatiOM ?*
|WnU. Pennsylvania Railroad. Apply
HELP WANTED?FEMALL
WANTED-tADY ISHBRS F?R MATINEE
and m?hta. Apply OAYXTY TKEATKH.^
HELP WANTED?Male or Female
OR WOMAN?S3oK KEEPER WITH
?UWaltie ability; apl?*dld poaltlon and op
portunity. PALACE LAUNDRY. W *h ??
WANTED?ROOMS.
kiknmhku.
%T AVf EI> -WARM RixlM u H. k OAS
?on; Phoo. and Mthr try *
??p!r . rant rraaonaW.; n?*r Tth and G Jl nw.
BOX a. Herald off.es. deZT-X
^>0R SALE?HOUSES.
feY OWNER. A MoDKRN BRIOK HOUSE:
good lucauur, ?i> terms. 2*9 ^deSr*
REAL ESTATE.
gome Day a Bum o* in???tmant at
CABIN JOHN PARK I
WBT NOT YODAlf
Foe piata. illustrated bock*, and mil particu
lar, about these little tanas. attractive bo?e
.'ta and low prtcm. Me or write
J. S. TOMUNSON,
tl 0OCTHIRN BLDO. MAIN TM4.
?la a-* bocoa and bun?alo?a ready toe l?
?vroluo. tl.? fo C? Eaay laiaa.
LOST.
LOST?A MEXICAN OPAL RING IS WOM
en's room at Umoo Station December 25: re
ward if returned to K M RABUSOH. Walter
R?d Hoapttal. dcCMt
LOdT^THURSDAT. DKCBMB2R S. A
?nail c? at toole containing a ?crew-dh?er.
a t*ir ot piier* and sealing inatramenu on 16th
at bet> een Irnng and Newton ata.; finder
pietw return to METER I>EJT.. Potomac Elec
tric Power Co.. 14th and C *a.. and receive re
? wwd.
L08T?PRE81' MABLY AT ZOO LOGI
CS 1 Park. Wednesday, a . diamond
> crescent ptn. Liberal reward if re
turned to 3804 Jenifer st. dec26-3t
LOOT?PHOTO MADE BY BCHULTZ k
Schulta. St. Joeeph. Mo., on December 34.
2 JO p. m.. between New Nary Building. Pa.
a?e and !5th at. Pleaae return to CHIEF
CLERK. YARDS AND DOCKS, New Nary
Building. Ifth and B. Reward. dc?-3t
LOST-NEAR PETWORTH. BOOK OF HER
aid recei^'a Pleaae return to Herald office
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. deS-t
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
fOR SALE?'TWO CLIMAX BARB E R
chain. T. W. NEWMAN. 1739 Tth at. nw.
d*?3t
NBW OAK CHIFn&ROBET w ONE "NEW
PJ Mahogaru drewerobe. $36.50. 1T3B 7th at. nw.
dtM-X
MONEY TO LOAN.
MOXTY TO L0A.4 OH APPROVED CITY
mJ estate at lowest eorrent re tee. apeciaJ
prlTile?*? with reapect to prl? pa/menta.
TYLER A R CTT1 KB FORD Inc. *nT lMh tL a
HOTELS AND CAFES.
THE CAIRO HOTEL
Que it., next door 16th nw., mod
ern stee! fireproof structure; rooms
Vith bath. $3.50 per day; rooms
with running hot and cold water,
$230 per day. Special rates by
the month. de25-7t
DONT FAIL TO VISIT IT
The Handsomest Restaurant in Washington.
THE REPUBLIC
Oriental. Chinese and American Dishes.
Tbs best ths market can afford at reaaooabls
Open from 11 a. m. to I a. m.
itioo br telephone. Franklin 7T3f.
"I r afreet northwsrt.
SECOND FLOOR. del-W
5TZortonlqu? Restaurant
Dtncsr. IV cents; lunctieoo. 40 centa
Special 8unday Dinners
Southern Home Cooking
Oaa Aeeommoria^e a Few More Table Boarders
nil Pa. are. nw.
"Db?*on 1fot?l
|0 1 { Corner Tth A P it. nw.
JUST OPENED
Newly furnished room* by day. week oe
month at reasonabto prl ess.
prop. M. Batumi. fheme North 4680
WANTED TO BUT.
WANTED- TO Bt'Y SECONDHAND SINGLE
ti?T metal locKetn Kindly idiiv quantity,
condition and price in first letter. Address BOX
?: Herald off.re deST-X
WILL UU IN MI UKtmUID AOtt>
mobtle. city or suburban, and pa* you highest
prices for ladies', gentlemen i, children's dis
carded c/othing, of all descriptions. Address
poets i or phone I win call E RICE, US Tib
?. bs w in
PERSONALS.
WORK ISGMEN?Yol'R TASTE. MR MAN.
is most excellent. We found it bo whsn tlie
slightly used overcoats at So up sold so fast,
and the selection will grow Jess as the colder j
weather gets closer, and you may as well see ths j
new pants while heee, $2 up. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND, *19 D. d?-E-lt
~ NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP
1008 F st. nw. I'Lcme Franklin U92.
Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop
lfl3 18th st. nw. Phone North 24/3-J.
Hours: 9 J0 s. m. to 7 p. m.
Strictly Sanitary.
j Tender a Professional Nurse. deS-IOt
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
.80-4 SEVENTEENTH STREET. I
OVER 30 YEARS ISTSS!
Nervous and Special Lhaeasee at Men ai?<* Wi-asJQ. j
Means Health to You If You ?jfer:
Frotn Catarrh. Obeany, Rheumatism, Consupa
Uon, Piles. Thrust, Lungs. Brsin, Heart. BWod
sod Skin DUea*es, Nemui Debility. Kidney
Diseases. Bladder TrouLls. Specific Blood Poi
soning. Eruptions, Clears, and All Prlvste Dis
eases Cured for Ufs by Safs Methods
I
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. 1
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Koom for Ladies'
Office Hours. M) to 1, ) ti> ( Hundsys. li to LL (
Old-Fashioned Herbs
The herb Is purely a
vegetable product and can
hate no bad effect upon
the sysum. It purifies the
blood, tones up ths svs
tem, replenishes the kid
neys. thereby relieving
Krialit's Uisease. Orsvel,
Rheunrst:it?. Sciatica, I
Lumbago. Coughs and
Colds.
JM. A. LOUIS & SONS
j R??rb Specialists. 229 < 1 st. nw.
I TREATMENTS FOR VARIOUS AILMENTS.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
LATEST SOXG HITS.
A GRECIAN LOVE SO\f;.
A SongThat I
Touches the
Heart.
A beautiful
song. easy to
j sing and play,
fhs hit of ths
5*ar.
Pro fesaionala
send 25 cents ?D
stamia for or
chestration. Mu
aic sent free of |
charge.
Published by i
Peter G. Kema- I
tu<lls. Composer |
and Song Writ
er. S3T1) M st. N. J
W. Washington. D. P 1>le-1
phone West 1546. de5-3Qt |
BUSINESS CARDS.
I 100 CALLING CARDS WITH CASE POBT
paid to any address for 3B cents. EA RLE
I WAYNE M H si. nw., Washington. D. C.
I det?t
ELECTRICAL.
Have Tour Electrical Wiring Installed By
F. L. CLARKE
Electrical Contractor-Supplies.
34Z1 M Street Nnrthwest.
Lights, Bells. Fans, Motors, Repairing.
d^-ilt
SIGN PAINTER.
ttpecial rates for Christinas carda and invlta- '
tiocs written by hand. aiga painung of ail j
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any else
refrigerator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Auto Exchange
Automobile*. Ttrra. A r rr? ? .
Repairs. Track., Trallrra, Star
age. Taxla, Auto Glaaa. Ga
racra. Battertra. Etc.
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES.
FORD TRUCK. GOOD AS NEW, 1918, WILL
exchange for Ford runabout. HERMAN MFQ.
CO.. 1214 II it, nw.; phone Main 1168. de29-4t
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
VIM TRUCKS
By hour, day, week cr month. See me for
reasonable iricea. Phone Franklin 1546-W.
A. HITE. 332 M st sw. deZl-tX
Republic Trucks
We do hauling sround town and In Msryland
or Virginia, by hour, day, week or month. We
gusrantee you quick and good service at rea- I
son a bis prices. 911 2nd st. ne. Lincoln IS.
S. D LEFA8 noJO-9* 1
GARAGE FOR RENT.
GARAOH BRICK BUILDING; 30FOOT;
slley; room for big car; $10 per month. 419:
10th st. ne Phone Lincoln 3802. de27-3t j
TIRFS FOR SALE.
REAL TIRE BARGAINS
Better tires for less money. All tires guar
anteed. 500 tires to choose from.
30*3 plsin $HM3Sz4 nAj-skid 125.00 '
JtaoS pUin $13 7*Ux4 non-skid 138.50
30x34 non-skid?115 T3| 36x44 non-rind $36.00
1^6*44 non-skid $10.00
"-niksisj "oo
* ? '? Wl ??.
AUTO PAINTING.
AUTO PAINT SHOP
il4 Mass. ave. nw.
J. H. RoHDE,
de?44t
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
OAK OWN LKo NOT OKL1 FIND QUE
location coi veuent, oat uj long expsrience
with aatua is of grsst value to the thousands
we serve. Are we serving your cax: Full stock
sctsssonra. uila. greases, etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
im Fa. ave. Ms ha m
CLAIRVOYANT.
PROF. ARTHAN,
Noted platform teat medium. Reading dally
on all affairs of life; tells everything; begt
25i ** him- yoa wil1 mtke 00 mistake.
Studio*, Mi g at. nw. drtiS*
HprofTwRIGHT
Palmist and Clairvoyant.
Pirate reading daily; satisfaction ?ua'anteed
11 a" m' to 8 P* m- l>hon? Main 1137
' 2 h r? delS.g '
PALMISTRY.
BKUION'T~
Haeatiflc palmist and clairvoyant, can be con- '
?ulted on all affair, of life. Readings. |1. iaj I
>ew York. a?e. nw.. between lAh and 13th ata.
Hours. 10 a. m. to 8 p. in. dc-27 90t
I'ALMJSTKY u a recognised science, and
RIZPAH eldon 1
Patent npoiwnli Hun- I
*"* ^ia remarkable woman daily. Com
pute reeding*, with accurate description of what '
jour hud foretell,, only |1. Reception parlors
'? ,?rn" of ?h * G nw.. entranc. ?th it. !
r? 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. <ielj-90t |
moving, packing, storing
Economize on Your Moving i
For reliable IJ'IIC* iwtti on |m| and )oni
nwunc.niorlng call on A. HITK, 3a 11 at. ...
I houe Franklin 15U-W. deO tf
SMITH'S TRANSFER
?A D STORAGE CO.
N ItTa" aiV'w N ,S" i?
N. 3344, NiBht or Holl-Ej
day. Franklin Ifll.
U3NO-D1STANCE MOVINQ.
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOLUTELY PlREPRtnjJ ST O RAH la.
,!1 ,D<1 Monng and I'acking
LN1TED STATES bTt *RA(? K CO tl> 2t l(*j?
?t. ow Phones 423 and Franklin MS tf
movincT
We furnish large padded vane and oarefuJ mea
tp handle your gooda
I'ACKERS of furniture, piano* n'lin. brio-a
Experienced mm onlj |
to a11 DtrU ?* wcrldL
STORAGE for furniture. (ssnos. and bouae
nrio gooda.
KRIEG'S express
Ready Reference
Telephone Directory.
BOOK DEALERS.
BRENTANO'8.
j 190 P et. nw.
I Phone Main ?L
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
i IIAYWORT1I PUBLISHING Horsi?
Genernl Printers nnd Publishers
827-6-H fi St. N. W.
| Phone Main 10<J2.
| ANDERSON rHINTER Y7~THlfc!
?Vs? Ooor. rear 1107 New Yorl m ov
Phona Main WA.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ARTHUR LOW*,
Electrical Contractor. ju? 1 et ow.. Washing
ton. IX C. Everything Electrical.
EWnstsa Puralsfted. Tetopnnw, I?t
LEGAL NOTICES.
P*CL WRIGHT, ATTOriNEV FILED
number 11. m?. John R Young. IVI In
Ruf.?"rT* ,h* '*?"'? of Columbia.
''Uin,lir- T? l>ar.k B. Fist. eI
al WWmu. Equity No. 16.H1C The ob
thla ?"it u iu follow*: To appoint a
.1l',''.t"J:0n"'y rertMn '1-J| ?tau- situated in
jl? Oiatrict of Columbia, and di-wbtd aa fol
low,: im numbered forty xna (4T) and part
? lot n urn lured forly.it (?l it. the aubdirtwon
* 'y Ann ^acdanisl ard otli??. of lota in
irwrnUon numbers,! ton 110). a. prr put re
onrdid in the office of the Surreyur for the Pi?
trict of Ojlumbia. In-Hook N. K . pace -CI:
^ :T,."f lot tiumbeml furty.ii (16) d?ril>
" tol rwwg: Ik*irnin? for tl? name twdt.
he nortliiMt curner of aaid
lot and running thence south twelte 11?) feet*
thence west ei?htv-on* (SI I fmt, three (Jl inche.
i ? 'hew. ntwth alnn? aaid alley
W thii , a'id "" eighty-on. (SI)
,hr" '~'h? to b-jinnitig, and to con
ttrm a contract f.jr aale entered into for the ?ale
CUrk Biddle. of the L>i.tnct of
Mid t . Ph W <l"d a-'ixed of
!* " f *. *nd h'? will and testa
' ?o ?*? turned into money
?nd the pp^eed, dinded am,.,,, ,h. |e(Mee.
d?cr bed ,n ?,d lMt will ?n,i te.tam.nt, which
?"d '^*tamerit ha* iw, duly pro
l?tcd in .Start Co,inty. (ihio. and an exempli
fled copy tied for record In th. Betistrar'j Of
fice of the District of Columbia. Hud projerty
hein* In what la known a. Jack.m Hall Alley
-"Kin* of th. Haintiff. it
,1 [!.,? A'J It^cembcr. A 1) 19IS
ordered that th. defendant, and each of them
K.r' l j J'' Pj*t' H. hrclth Frank
Ss \?nie Kuox. Jennie Knox.
L Ti M*"d' Knox, Zulu Knar, Nannie
tj ^ J(>hn ? Alexander. Era (tilleanie
Ida (.illeerJe Jewie OIU?p*e. John Gilleapi/
James t.illeapte, Rufna liiliaipie. Jowpl, r oil
J?*pie. William B Onleapie, Orla C.illcspi. J I'
Maud. Gillespie, Fml
U last, Harry Fart, Halli. Fiut Jo?pl,in. t
Fa?. the Common wi^lth Trust Comcni or
Flttabnnh, Pa.. Admini.tr.tor c ?. A of
'i-J?'"""' A01'" H and Hu
wrt Fontius. Adnuniatrator d b. n Krtat.
?" Jo.'?h W. Gilleapie, ca,u? hi., hjVThiS
appoarance be ertered herein on or before the
fortieth day exclude of Sunday, and legal holi
day, occurring after the dau. ot the fim pub
lication of this order, otherwise the
1? procoeded with a. in 0, d(lf,a'|* "'d
wrtf fJrC,hP~' ,th'* ?'d'r Ptt^iahed once a
wee* for three successive weeks in th*
n?^LRCPSer -r" W"W??? Hera,J
HA 11^ r Tf J1"1 d*" JENNINGS
- A. TOCNG Oerk K*^- 7" : <Sm"
Clerk ' C"Tk: by W A- KROLL. A?st.
rr- m ' rtegl sa-3t
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ST 2^ was
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
<* "? "tokh^?Tofr!h;
?i"tlT,l Club
Building. Washington' D. C
i * " 12 ^ "-?^ tVe "r
?owisN ofIL ^^TMSTOOK
City of Washington,' D^C^^tT? in 'h<!
the first Monday hiin. the ^ . r"""" 00
IW. for th. chrtc. of th^^ h^IL?'
the ensuinff v?r *",rt*f>n dlre<-tors to serve
? , to ?? on any other ?ub
" i?^ht STZ'" 1 ^ ^poration that
may ne brought before the lueetin? itpimic
o. WILKINS. s^ reurr "*? |
sJv?t^mEhzn>&Eir
^ ,-"h; i-jlz/r, msy
nM*''n?- ??1 he held at Ui.
,c?n?,n> -?*h and 11 street, nw..
1S19 at lf? n' l w?n ^ edneeday, January S.
ouS, u ^m' ^ *>?? ^
S m- until 12 o'clock
CRANflTON s^etarr dciSlit
proposals
T!S; "PPCRVI8ING
ber 1L J: ! ;. w"kington. D. a. Deccm
thi.*?? M j P1L"0?^J* ?i" >? o,?,,-d in
furnishing ,M dehrjf ' J*n",ry 14 "19- 'or
ment, rwuiredf '<* nwchanical e<nup
BuiHing for th. ^ obstruction of the South
Washington. D c fun. J1*?*"''
eifiemtion. w ?>/ f Quantitie. and sr<
discretirwi J ohuiMd at tlUs office In th.
I Architect. J AS. I
KTMOM- Attui, Superriaing Archit^t,
ieS.2Ml.il W.J
PROPOSALS.
TKKAHl'RY DEPARTMENT. SUPB8VISISO
Architect's Office, Washington, I). O., Decem
ber 21. 191A SEALED PROPOSALS will be
opened in this office at 3 p. m., January 14.
1919, tor the iabor required for the inatsllatioh
of the mechanical pquijsnent (excel* lighting
fixtures) with materials that will be furnished
to the government. fur the south building Il>
gienic Laboratory. D. 8. Public HeaJth Serrice,
at Washington, I>. C. Drawings and specifics'
'ions may t>e obtained at this office, in the
liscretion of the Supervising Architect. JA8.
A. W HTM ORE, Acting Supervising Architect.
deg.a.3a,H-Jal.?
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
?Ae?>it furniture credit
HOPWOOD'S Popular Price Kurnt
t" r?* mil stove Store. ?th A K SU.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Flora! Tokens.
ArtiaUc?expressive?inexpensive.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
Prompt suto delivery service.
tf
FUNERALJMRECTORS. j
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
i Mempei* ny invitation National selected Mor
ticians. Service* rendered )n all parts at t&s
Luited States by special representatives.
Telephone ??ttNwbed i860,
j Main G512-5513 Lady
1710-32 Pa.
PURELY PERSONAL
Mm. Morris Blumenfeld is in Atlan
I tic City.
Miss Miriam Franc, of the Universi
ty of Illinois and Miss Ruth Franc, of
Goucher College, are in Washington,
guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Franc.
j Bruce Morton, cf the University of
i Virginia, is spending the holidays with
I his parents, the Rev. Dr. William J.
Mcrron and Mrs. Morton, at their
liomc in North Washington stie^t
Alexandria, Va.
Joseph L<jwenbach, who has spent
several months in the West, has re
turned to his home in Alexandria, Va.
Miss Constance Hall, of the War
T**ade Intelligence, is spending a few
days* vacation with her parents in
Baltimore, Md.
Richard and Henry W'llia will re
main i\t the Hotel Richmond with
their mother, Mrs. .Short Adam Wil
lis, until January 6. when they wili
return to school at Staunton Military
Academy.
Joseph G. Matthews, of *he Census
Bureau, is visiting his home in New
Brunswick. N. J.
Charles A. Stollwerck, of the Patent
Office, has been promoted.
Louis T. Anderson, of Spray, N. C..
is in the city for a few days.
Clarence D. Freeman has receivei
an appointment as stenographer in the
Treasury Department.
Frederick H. Graham has returned
from a trip to Hancock. Md.
William R. Treadway. of the Gen
eral Land Office, is on sick leave.
Capt. Lvon, of No. 13 Engine Com
pany. in Southwest Washington, who
was in an automobile accident a few
days ago. estimates the damage to his
car at $100.
A solemn requiem mass will be held
today at 9 o'clock over the remains of
James O'Donnell at fck. Dominic's
Church.
Dies Saving Xmas Presents.
j New York. Dec. 27.?While trr
i inn to pave his Christmas presents,
[ 14-vear-old Peter Mirabello was
trapped by flames today in an East
' Side tenement house and burned to
i death. The lad's body was found
| by firemen under a couch where he
! had sought refuge, clinging to an
1 armful of Christmas toys. Peter's
j lather and mother and six brothers
j and sisters escaped by going to
| tne roof.
Reporter?"I represent thp Daily Scoop. I'd liko to k* t your nam*,
age and all the dilailtt of the battle, and how you came to get the
wounds and all, and everything."
Herb?"Oh. they'j* nothin' to it a-tall. We had an awful rough sea.
and I had to use a straight razor."
Today's Casualty List
The following casualties arc report
ed by the commanding general of thej
American Expeditionary Forces:
! Killed in action 57
| Died of wounds 33
Died of accident and other
causes A 17
Dletl of aeroplane accident 2
Died of disease 72
Wounded severely 229
I Wounded (degree undeter
mined) 17
i Wounded slightly 10
| Missing In action 59
Total 496
Killed In Action.
LIEUTENANTS.
j Robert M. Bailey, Anderson, 5*. C.
| Howard A. Batr, Rittman. Ohio,
i l^eslie W. Horn. Clayton. Mo.
Archie D. McGee, New Bedford, Majs.
John Morrison, Cincinnati, Ohio.
R. C. Stocker. Charlottesville. Va.
SERGEANTS.
H. R. Champion,, Jersey, England. !
Earl S. Garard, Kendota, 111.
Enunit Melton. Jackson, Miss.
Alfred H. Shenk. Sanl?orn. N. T.
R. 1\ Steinbacher, Williamsport, Pa.
CORPORALS.
John T. Connors, Dorchester. Mass.
Ju'iua Engelson, New York, N. Y.
Ernest Hall. Macon. Mo.
Alfred R. Kramer. Opportunity, Wash.
Joseph H. Murray, Rowley, Ma&s.
Henry Payton. Norfolk. Va.
Mechanic C. M. Alexander, Boston,
Mass.
Myrl G. Snyder. Scottdale, Pa.
Bugler E. E. Helmar, Homell, N. Y. i
Cook Ilayden Gullett, Lamar. Ky.
PRIVATES.
John P. Angove, Painesdale. Mich. '
Ernest S. Applebee. <"oxsackie. N. Y.
Hohn J. Harrow. St. I'ranrt^ville. La.
Martin Biavaschi. Cardona, Italy.
Samuel Hibo, Tordge. Italy.
Charles Bobwlcz, Nanticoke, Pa.
Dorance Brooks. New York. N. Y.
Ira L Burk. Gaylesviile. Ala.
Xelson Burner. JefTersonville, Yt.
Giovanni ("asbarri. Vancluse. France.
Antimo Colantoni. Mexico, Me.
Peter A. Cote, Laurence. Mws.
John L). Denering. Marion, N. Y.
G. I>l Martella, Tuscani, Italy.
Eudore L. Dubuque. Yakima. Wash.
Carmine Federici. I ?ip? rugRio, Italy.
Hobert Ford. New York. N. Y.
N. Hagemonolake.s, Canea Crete,
Greece.
Bernard B. Han ford. Cleveland. Ohio.
Thomas W. Jackson. St. Louis, Mo.
William Knecht. I ortland. Ores.
F. I. Lipasti, Wassanlaane, Finland.
Ang<*lo Mazzarella, Aquilo, Italy.
Thomas Mazzei. Parenti, Italy.
Homer Mize. Pana, 111.
L. M. Neilsen. Nykabing. Denmark.
L>avid K. O'Boyle, Rcnsrawshire.
Scotland.
Michael O'Donnell. Porreen. Ireland.
Fred A. Quarleno. Everett. Mass.
A. Tacagni, Stazzona Donga, Italy.
A. Tamburps, Xoreon. Greece.
I'lvsses Tebhs. St. I?uifl, Mo.
Julius L Tetterton, Washington. N. C.
Stansilaw Tomczak. Buffalo. N. Y.
George Ylatakis. House, Greece.
Felix J. Washnkas. Chicago. I1L
DI?*d from Wound*.
LIEUTENANTS.
Harry E. Hanley, Roxbury, Mass.
Dwight L. Brown, Madison. Kans.
Y. Lyons Joel Atlanta, Ga.
William S. La.iey. J*?raey City. N. J.
H. B. Ix>ngft-;iow, Oakland. Cal.
H \V Sailor- Vow Vrtf \r XT X
That Rookie from the 13 th Squad.
By p. L. Crosby
J gec, &vcky
ctfazy a6oor
a(?fr(.. s^eis:
uj0n06r fol
Goto ira
Do 6 6 invire
her to the p
{thgatre 'J
r^tnen take heft to
dinner ano spar,e
noth<n 0. bur ev/?fwhli*
- she'usee that you'rei
a sport - th6n START
tetung hfs a0out
somc of your. oar/ntf'
Stuff ar the
front]
t ft creain t noc^ancf )
in a million 007" what /
s~h? wont fall ffr y0^ \
tflen take home ih/ a
taxi ano put her hcadon
vouf? ^houloei? ano slipyol/r,
arm atfound her wa15t^
? ano ?
J OH.1 (couldn't,
hiwbano would
never stano forth at.
?VUHam C. Stark Adrian, Mich.
8KKOKANTS
iernard F. Bend rick Brooklyn. N. T.
ihem B. Cooke. Frankllnton, N. C.
K'm. Q. Hart*. Devonshire. Englsnd
,-eonard B I-angllle, Plymouth, Max
-ornellus Livingston Kattman. Oa.
3eorge W. Splawn. Decatur. Te*.
CORPORA 1JS.
tVm. A. James, Castle Rock, Wuh
?. V. Montgomery. Memphis. Tel.
Walter Van Horn. Haledon. N. J.
Fames Farnsn, Green Tare. Ireland
Earl Fry. Blue Ridge. Tex.
Orion Helm. Murray, Ctah.
Elmer A. Hefland. Lyle, Minn.
Wm. J. McCrane. New York, N. T
Harry A. Matthews. Richmond. v?.
Daniel J. OHara, Rochester. N V
Laurence S. Peake. Pocahontas. Va.
Lawrence E. 8Urk, Bunola. Pa
Joseph Rtronir. Stryker Ohio.
Nelson C. Waterman. Cambria, Cal.
PRIVATES.
K. Blyleven. South Holland. Holland.
BenJ. F. Harts, Delonic. Ind.
John Neal, Linn. W. Va.
Austin J. Sawyer. Evant, Tex
Oavld Shell, Baron. Okla.
HILLARY WASHINGTON. 302 L 8T
8. E.. WASHINGTON. D. C.
r?led of Accident and Other Caases.
Hapt. Harvey K Ersklne. Bath. Me. !
Lieut. C. G. Smith, New York, N. Y.
SERGEANTS.
Maurice M. Mauck. Flint. Mich,
w llllam Bridge. Tampa. Ill
Dovle W. Carter. Marmarth. N. Dak
Reginald J Laird. M.dfort). Mass
Lharles J. Musante. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Allen S. Norton, Hudson Fall*. N. Y.
corporals.
Miguel J. Aguillar, Bu^noi Aires
Brasil.
Harry R. Baker. Burt. Mich.
Edwin J Barnes. West Haven. Conn.
Seorge W. Clark. Ames, Iowa.
Albert s. Cor, Port Byron. 111.
Lawrence A. Hart. Ix>* Angel**, Pal.
Dennis M Hinds. Ontario. Canada.
Wagoner C. R Magnuson. McPher
?on. Kan*.
P* *?' '' Livingston. I?ouisrll|e. Ohio,
i i . , ,r<"" A """plane tnHdest
Lieut John G. Agar. New York. N. T.
Pvt. James A. White. Chicago, III.
nied Of Disease.
Maj W. R Blarkshear, Jasper Tex
Capt. Edw. L. K11 Hon, Maiden. Mass
LIEl'TENANTS.
A. R Mesnelheiser. Hampton. Iowa.
r ?nl< r?W*. Asburv Park. N J
Otis Davey. Orange, N j
Frank R. McCall. Troy, Ala.
PEIfCY A. STEIN. lira NINTH
street northwest wash
1NGTON. D. C.
Harry B. Weilopp. Maroa III.
SERGEANTS
Jf*" ,R Barnes. Buchanan. Mich.
Much D. MarI>onald. Bustleton. Pa.
John M. Walker. Jr.. Denver. Colo.
CORPORALS.
H. < arIsor. Now Briuin. Conn
Geo. A. Dietrick. Mornl.rook, Cal.
?frry_ H, Gray. Cambridge. Ohio
?m. G. Hunt. Oakland. Cal.
James L. Kelly. Headland. Ala
Henry J O'Brien. Bradford I*a
\ irden Smitherman. Pittsfleld. Ill
P G Thompson. Chrlstiansburg Va
Nurse K. K. Svmmes. Quebec, r.nada.
M- hstn- E Rud M.ddle R x.r Minn.
Chauffeur W. H. Wall. JoMet 111
Wagoner F. \v shafer. Cherryville
Kan*.
Wagoner G. Shelley. Winnshoro La.
Cook E. A. Olson. Brainard. Minn.
PRIVATES
l?n Adams. Irvine. Cal.
T. Carandria. Colobaldo. Italy.
?J. J. Colatostl. Rome. Italy
I? B. Compton. Arlington. Tex.
Charles B Cross. Denver. Colo
M. Eannaeoonc. Corse I'mberto
A velllno. Itsly.
C. Goldstrand. Vermland. Sweden
John A. James. I^ke Charles. La.
Albert Jansen. Newark. N. J.
James A. Johnson. Pittsburgh. Pa.
H. G. Knopp. Cincinnati. Ohio.
O L. Kethelmer. Akron. Ohio.
George McDonald. New York. N T.
C. C Mays. Amity. Ark.
K C. Nourse. Rutland. VL
T. Palmer. MocrhJ?goden:i. Italy
Manwel Rose. Fast Providence R. I.
H Schneider. Bremerton. Wash
R. Sarbousek. Onida. s. Dak.
C. V sharpe. I-ockbndze Iowa.
Ralph G. Steele, Butte. Mont.
Paul G Strauch. San Antonio Tex
?m. J. Adams. Baltimore. Md
E. Alday, Donaldsvllle. Ga.
Wm H Barber. Wallsville V T
Sterling Booth. De Witt. Va
Gilbert Corson. Grand Rapids. Mich
John P. Cotter, c-dar Hill, T^nn
Newton Dumlre. Buchanan w Va.
Ernest W. Ellerton. Dexter. Tex
Foster J. Eutermirk. Fort Plain. N. Y
E. W. Faulkner. Greenfield. 111.
G. Ferranti. Coneto. Italv
Jacob Hafen. Pleasant, rtah.
I*o A. Hyams. Buffalo. N Y
Charles H. Lllley, Pantego. N. C
Jacob Hafen. Mount pleasant, rtah.
John R. Morton, Lumpkin. Ga.
Francis J. Odean. Ludington. Mich.
?llllam Parker. Rustburg. Va.
August P. Peterson. Sherbiirn. Minn.
George L. Porter. Byers. Tex
H. J Sleemsn. Cornwall. England
Luther N. stark. Mayville. N. Y
James Stevenson. West Salem. Ohio
A. \ an Thournout, St. Charles. 111.
John ^ illlajns, Poultney. vt.
Wounded Severely.
Col. E A. Keyes. Richmond. Va.
Lieut. W. W. Valentine. Rockvill*. Md I
Sergt. R. A. Blanks. Meadville. Va.
PRIVATES.
Julius Morgan. Wellvllle. Va
D. Ricewick. Mount Savage. Md.
John F. Horsman. Moody. Md
Jas. A. McCarthy, Dorchester. Md.
Missing In Action.
J* C. Bowers. Harrisonburg I
Va
THE TOWN CRIER.
Ohio Girls' Clab will hold a (liner
at Wilson Normal tonight. All Ohio
war workers and uniformed men are
invited.
The Second Adult Rabat Commun
ity meeting will take place tonight
at 8 o'clock, at 3123 Eleventh street
northwest. Public is invited to at
tend.
The louna 'Women'* Hebrew Ass
ociation will give a dance Decern-}
ber 30 at the old Masonic Temple |
for the benefit of the Jewish war I
Fufferers. Tickets will be sold at!
the door.
Hope Cornell. Son" of Jonndnb.
will hold a watch night service next j
Tuesday at Pythian Temple. 1012 j
Ninth street northwest, beginning
at 8:30 o'clock.
?**tablII?l?K the Ibollar In Pur
chasing Power" will be the subject
of Prof. Irving Fisher of Yale Uni
versity, president of the American
Economics Association, who will ad- I
dress the Housekeepers' Alliance
next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the Interior Department building.
Eighteenth and F streets. The
meeting will be combined with a
meeting of the food production and 1
home economics division of the
Council of National Defense.
Rev. Colombo* Bradford, of Mis
souri. field secretary for the I. N. T.
A., will address the union meeting
of the New Thought Association to
morrow at 4:S0 p. m.. at Studio Hall.
1219 Connecticut avenue northwest,
on the subject of "New Thought in
the Present World Crisis.**
WOUNDED POLES
OBSERVE XMKS
Soldier Patients Have Yule
tide Celebration at Wal
ter Reed Hospital.
YuletMe cuitomi of their nati^o
>oland <rrre r?*W to young Pollnh
loldiera at Wattar Reed Hospital
?hrlatmaa Day by their coir.patrlota
n Waahlngton.
A apeelal celebration wan planned
Tor the rollab aoldlera. many of
* horn -peak very little ? 11*
)ne of the feature* *a> the opIataK.
in unl?*avone<J cak? or wafer. wh?c
Ml holiday deals na upon It. ana
n Tol?nd In pnaaed on Chriatmna
nornlnK. each nvmber of the nouae
nold breaking off * piece and ax
lending to each other the aeaaong
greeting.. l'tece. of the " jplatak
acre placed ?ito the Chri.tmaa
'locking of each Poliah aoldler to
gether with more typically Araarl
?an Kilt*.
s,nd ( hrUtmM
The Poltali boy. at Walter Reed
united in wndins a < abl. gram of
L.ood wiehe, the Poliah aoldlera
n the French army and tlioea wno
,r. now at Hanil?. Poland. Tha
-atlegiam read: Pole, membe'.
>f the American army, who on tha
Dattleflelda of France have alrefcdr
Lentil! ed to our love for
md for Poland, we aend >ou thia
hnatmaa toa?t: I>ng live onltad
,.id lndrp. nd.nt Poland, our heart,
ire with you toda> a# you atantt
ipon the Creen Bnd?e of our ?n
?lent Poliiih aeaport, I>an*ig. la?*"
ng into the ?atera of the X inula.
-We give you a mw??e of nb?<e
from our American ? ..mra<Wwj*gg
he promiM that the aolemr ?rrma
In favor of Poland from ???
-reat American eommar.der-in-chtM.
Wood row Wilaon. which Inaplr^l ua
10 military aervice. will be
ly fuiniled at the peace table: f
RESENTS EXCLUSION
OF NATIONAL GUARD
iov. Bickctt S?y? Divisions Should
bt Included in Army Plan.
Raleigh. N Il?c r..--II. ? *
downright Map in the face, for tha
national guard dlviatona that
themaelvea with immortal "
the front, to have th. propoaal cotna
iot to In.-uile them in the future pre
urMlnt^v of the country.
Thia waa the atatement laaued br
Gov. Bickett. when aak.d toda> to
tiv* lua opinion on the propoaM
abandonment of the National Oml*
Gov. Bickett In-hewn that tba
guard dlvlaiona in the recent flghtln*
i.monatrated that they were t?.
jackbone of the real defense of tha
country'* military org.mxation ana
If dead againat any *uch , ropogttlon
ap that of doing away with It.
Want Censorship Lifted
on Commercial Cables
New York, pec g -Action tn
a I out the ratamg of ~
commercial cable- waa trtw
meeting of the Council of Forel??
Relation* today . _f
V comm'ttee of four, con-i.ting of
Dr P v Pratt. vice president of tn?
Overaeaa Product. .'omiany Williiam
Uxb. jr.. vice prealdent of the Arner
ican Smelting and Re*nl?f
rtanv- E Sherman, of ^ H.
^ I-ompany. and Mark O Pren?*
manager of the Council o horegn
F.l.liot.a waa nam~d <? 'JJJ
aubjeet With cabinet oBlc ala and
other government authorities
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
waiter c rum. a. - *<- 1 j"?
Ktbel <> Neill, S. ?? ? Uu" "**? '?
"awM A. Kniegr. =. ^
su? Fonrer. C. * at. Lai<"<*. ??
- - ??? -jit
Witte. a. butii of th* OVJ U-* -
["??. H I'rumr. S ^ ^
,* t wreto. a. St NoMa'Hl' *? H"
SLVImSS oi:
,nJ K?w
VJo Re*. Han? TV Mitchell. . .. ?
i rrSfrT
Margaret ?. l^"1" * <* Ul" d,J
ijeoBfe A. Milier.
COLORED
Julian ?-?. t '-T*' *?
^T35r?t?a L *.<*?? * "? twa ?? B-.
Geoiga tl. UuU'*k.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE
Efhrn W. and Haonmh K TTtampmm, boy.
(V tut* 11 and lKwoth> K Kr&, boy.
L^? W. and Mabel K. O'Brien, br*.
Albert P. and r*on*?.> Mtvna. boy
<;enrr^ H and fia.a M. Jarobaoa &ti.
H?rr> and Alter M. Hail. girl.
Lruia T. and Anna H d|?* boy.
(Carles T and Oeeiia M He^T
Lpwji F. and Nrra I*. I>udley, firi
Wra. J. and Alma L. teflon, girl.
? Tiarlm and Annie E. B??r hoy
Wm. A. and Manon L Mjera. boy
OOLOMD.
JE. and Pearl M. Tajinr gul.
Elawurtli and Mane l^icrce. boy.
FYark and Mamie I'arker. fftrl
tries: and Ethel W. Juat, hoy.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE
Harry C. Pa?r T> Bn^rf^ncy Hnarital
Klla O Rtilea. 14 montha. Yardman Ooorta
Michael Corbitt. tt Prr?r?de^oe H<vpital.
PVancai Ban?. 4P nr.*rgrr.e\ HuapitaL
Leon E I><w? a ? X2> Jennifer at n?.
Anaataaia Bacha, S lieontetown H-piiaL
Mary ?>ithan. U. 3rd A H it ne.
IVter J. MeArdle. ? 21*) E>e at nw.
Kather K Bower. f? 1VU N at. n?
Nellie E Burr 29 1ST Md. are. ne
Thereaa K. Stnnfhana. 5t. N C. a*?
Marfam R. llieiia. M. ltt Wla. na.
Rri P. Whit*. U. Waelurr Aaylum Hcapt
Wi"hernia V. BarKair. &. CI Kandolpfa at.
Joaet^h R/Jmm 3. IVndet-oe Hnaiatal.
( 'alrtr. F. Pamma. r 100ft 9th at na
Ro*e M. Berbrridi. 31 U0". Kerimwi ?L. n?
Pameft M^irat?. <1. Ol H ?. r.w
Italia M Nirbola. 1S1 Randclur place aw.
Wm T \%eaeer. tt. 2141 Pa. a?a nw.
Mary C. Hartej. f 4C Rai? at. na.
Roae I ><?**. 75. PnTlden^r Hoapital.
Lucia Fikr. S Pr^ 'idan^ Hoapital
Peter E. Staraker. S. Waller Ra?d HowitaL
Jane VauLtenhcrgh W. loV Sir at. nw.
Morn* <;.4dman. C. HOB Ml) at rw
Ham Koehler X ft Met H wpita".
Alioa Barrel. 27. Calumhia Hoatatal.
FSeaiwir M Ae? ford. 24 134 Vl?dta>a at na
Dorothy Madeira. JS. 104 tVwin. are.
Alma Row Willard. S ids 3nd a. ae.
Itoroth> Anatin. S. I^nmdettce Hiatal,
liandniph H. W?|A. T2. St KlUahetfc'a Bopt
Smith W. H?W>. 24. 13 L at. nw
COLORED.
Matilda E. Hendara<*n. S. SIS 2Slh at. If. *.
Mary H Bewail. I 1? (> a a*
Addle E. Allan 41. ST L ?. nw
Jew. B. Hama SI. ?? I at. bw.
Harhert Whitten 91. U1S L at n?
Hat tie White. 21 Waah. Aaylum Ho?i4uL *
Pater Waltar. 71. 1H4 L *i nw.
Hannah OabxnK ? C L at. aw.
1 j*t ( artar. S3, iff.* V at nw
KYank Wh.ti^ St Waal. Avium H
<laraoce Jenklna. H Freedmen'i HtwiavaL
Ixmiae <'amp*<ell. 1. Freednaan'a HoarataL
Slater C. TY.ompaon 3& Sn Sth at. aa.
Jaaepb Dean, ti 93D iat at aa
liaro ttmiUi. T mem.. Waafc. Aa/lam H ipimL
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