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HELP WANTED?MALL
ROUTE BOY TO SERVE HER
ald in vicinity of Dupont Circle.
Apply to Mr. VOTAW. y409 Hop
kins place, nw. _ "
SHEET M ETAL WO*KWS FO* DCCT
wort onnn*. Applj to MR. *A1?.
WBIGHT. Ho?el Reliance. ll? Pa ?"
tween T and 9 p. BO.
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OffiORERS. INSIDE WORK. NEW
Arcade Co.. 14th and Park road.
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?^?ysuitfs.'wjgs
L CO.. Ki F at. nw. _J
, WANTED
I AT ONCE
I _2oo laborers, 200 helpers, 300
I bolters, also one first-class P?!van
iier Rood wages with exceptional
opportunity for advancement tor
the right men Apply at L. - ?
Employment Office. 1410 Pennsyl
vania Ave., Washington. D. C . or
Sjmiloymetit Office Virginia i>hip
|ing Corporation, Alexandria!
POSITIONS FOR MEN
in car shops
"experience desired but
NOT REQUIRED
|4he Washington Railway and
&:rio%e^T"^AVapETTER3P?and
ilng general work around our
Cops and car houses.
a Under our new wage 'eale now
|n effect good men can earn cxcel
ent wages.
GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS
Apply 241? P st- N- W'
jACHlNlSTS. BOILERMAKERS,
t baggage and mail porters; white
Ld colored ^>rers. Apply ROOM
1300, Union ?uon. cw2-tr
WaNTKD - BRAKEMKN TOK ~ POTUMAO
. yard. 59 aou l*?
?4artohn?u. bclpcrt. carpenter*. freight braite
ll? ard ocrapauoaa ?? "nous
FWefnta, Pnwlwria Railr**d A DDI J *? ?
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~HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
WASTED- two LADY USHERS FOR M*T'
ne. ?nd (milM performances. AppU
I gTT THEATER.
colored GIRL TOR GENERAL ^,)CS?r
mt. M?y "t?T nights. Applr
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WASTED-YorN'" WOMAN WITH OFFICE
**l*rienco st sd.lK?n?. "ne who c?n M
trix-writer and make (vit bill*. Salary 114
I 5Uk HERMAN MFG. COMJ'any.
rsrV-oLATE 1) 11 ? I- Trra 1 K<o
cd br^t waaes paid. App J JANBS.Yf;
FBCTIONERY. ?14 at. nw. ^TX_
CHARWOMEN. INSIDE WORK.
New Arcade Co.. 14th and Park
road. *_
DANCING TEACHER WANTED
2?^TS?; "&ZrwaJ
SITUATIONS WANTED^
cLir.k" willi.no workbr. dbsires
?npJoymcnt Sunday*. BOX 318. Her^d^of
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
no HIOH^LASS BOOMS. ."ONNECTINO
t or ?n?l' >***? tetepboo*. pri'?te hsth with
continuous ^ pri'St. horo? . mo_??
llw, ud tourj. Phone Colombts
WANTED?APARTMENTS.
Pl'RStSHEU.
SotTBIKEIPING APARTMENT. TWO OR
t*?? roans, bsth sod liilchenette. who.lj or
~rtl? furnished. wslkin* distance or Mn?ni?t
) iTtf line. Write All pMticulsn. box a.
| HertVl _d"3' '?
^ REALESTATE.
m" SmOR ? Bcrno* <* iD*a*wnt ax
I CABIN JOHN PARK!
1 WHY NOT TODAf t
? For plats, illnslrsted bno?.. ?nd full psrtleo
,Mt tbrte am. (snn.. .ttrMtlr.
K,. ,nd lo. pnt* Me or writ.
? J. S. TOMUNSON.
V c UOCTBIBN BLDG MAIN_14*
r m1 <TM Hoc* wi bunaslow. rendr t<* l?
^ecrkn. (IMS to B.MB ^ tsm
HELP WANTED?MALE. HELP WANTED?MALE.
MT. PLEASANT
BOYS
A few wide-awake boys are wanted to
serve Herald routes in Mt. Pleasant and
14th street districts. Salary and bonus for
good service. Apply
K. O. LEHMAN
2406 14th St.
PERSONALS.
Old-Fashioned Herbs
Th? herb ia purely
vegetable product and can !
ha?e no bad effect upon
the system. It purifies the
blood, tones up ths aya
tetn, re^lennhea the kid
eejs. thereby reliefing
itright'a l>tst?ae. ravel.
JO Rheurr attain. .Sciatica,
> Lumbago. Couihi and
Colds.
M. A. LOUIS & SONS
The Herb Mpecialiats, 229 O at. nw.
J THE A THE NTS lO>K VARIOUS AILMENTS.
i :
NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP
1006 P at, uw Phone Franklin 2392.
Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop
!fl3 19th at. nw. Phone North 2T7>J.
Hours: 9JO a. m. to 7 p. m.
Strictly Sanitary.
Cnder s Professional None. de5-90t
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS ??"cS?
Ner*oua and Special Diaeaura 4 VJfn a/irt " ?>"
Means Health to You If You Sufer
Pttxs Catarrh, Obsaity, Ubetanauain. Constips
tion. Piles. Throat. Un<a. Brain, Heart. Blood
and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility, Kidney
Dtacs&ea. Blsddrr Trouble, Specific Blood Pol
arcing. Eruption*, ( lr?n, and All Private Lha
esjet Cured (or Life by Safe lirthoda.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Koom for Ladies
Office Honra. 10 to I. 3 t?> 1 Sundays. If to IX
HOTELS AND CAFES.
DONT FAIL TO VISIT IT
The Hsndaomem Restaurant ?n Wx-biniton.
THE REPUBLIC
Oriental. Chtnene ?nd American Dishes.
The beat the market can afford at rt-aaonabls
prices.
Oj>eo from 11 s. ta. to 2 s. m.
Reservation br telephone. Krsnklin 775f.
1A F atrnet northwest.
SECOND FLOOR. del Nt
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES^
FORI>?THREE FORD TOURING CARS IS
excellent condition; 1914-15-17 model*; also
single and double bodies. 3302 N at. nw. Phone
West 13S8 W ja3-Tt
TAX1CAB Bony. FIVtPASSEXGBR 1ST
aide; sell for $60; testing city; good condition.
OLD CENSUS HOTEL, aid and B ata. nw.. or
call Franklin 2490 jaWt
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
3D N. Brmd it.
Philadelp'iia, Pa.
1.000 cars to select from?1918. 1917, 1916 models,
in all makes, S50 up. Catalogue free on re
quest. jal.3.6 8.10,13.15.17.3D.22,24,27,29,-1
SAXON. MODEL S TOURING. $650; BUICK
converted light delivery truck, capacity 1,500,
SGOO. Mileage, both 5.000. Perfect condition.
Bargsina. Selling because installing heavier
equipment. BOX 18B. Cross t, Vs. de31-7t
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
VIM TRUCKS
! By hour, day. week or month. See me for
reasonable prices. Pbocs Franklin 3W5-W.
A. HITE. 332 JJ at. aw. defl-ti
Republic Trucks
We dc hauling around town and in Maryland
or Virginia, by hour, day. week or month. W#
guarantee yon quick snd good aerrice at rea
aonable prices. VU tnd at. ne. Lincoln 1A
8. D. LEFA9. * no30-Mt
AUTO PAINTING.
AUTO PAINT SHOP
414 Maas. ate. nw.
7. H. ROHDE. Prop.
di
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
GAB OWNERS NOT OMLI FIND OCR
iocs tion cm ?enient. nx cm long experience
with autos is oi grsst rains to the thousands
we serve. Are we aernog your carl Fall slock
scceasoriea, uUs, gresses. etc.
Central Auto Supply Co.
Wflkn Main ML
LOST.
LOST?CAT. BLUB PERSIAN, 3817 MORRI
son st. Cleveland 1300. Bewird. jaS-Tt
lost-f RATER NITY GOLD watch
charm; around Capitol of eastward; liberal re
ward. C. W. J AM Kb. Phone Main 313). ,
Branch 13. Jal-3t |
1.11ST-BLACK SHINY POCKBTBOOK ON ]
December 31, between Loew's Palace and 19th
and <i at*, nw.. containing $85 in bills and iorae |
'hange; also telegram with home address. Call
Miss NEI.L1 E H. GROCK. room XH4. Muni-|
lion Building, 19th and B it*, nw. llione Main I
2570, Branch 3786. Liberal reward. jal-3t
lost-.nearTetworth. book-of her- I
aid recei??*s. Please return to Herald office1
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. de5-tf .
WRECKERS AND BUILDERS.
WE WRECK A LI. KINDS OK BCtl.DINOS.
A. R. TOUrSON. 1331 E at. a?. noawfuf
CLAIRVOYANT.
PROF. WRIGHT
Palmiat and Clairvoyant.
Private reading daily; satisfaction guaranteed.]
Honrs, 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. Phone Main 1C7.
513 F at nw. delS.gf
PROF. ARTHAN.
Noted platform test medium. Readings dally
on all affairs of life; tella everything; beat ad
viser; see him, you will make no miatake.
Studios. 509 O st. nw dell-ST
PALMISTRY.
BELMONT
Scientiflc palmist and clairToyant. ctn be con
ulted on all affaira of life. Readings. $1. l&t
\'cw York a?e. nw., between 12th and 15th ata.
Hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. defl7-90t
PALMISTRY is a recognized science, and
R1ZPAH ELDON
j s known a? one of its greatest exponents. Hun
lreds visit this remarkable woman daily. Com
pete readings, with sccurato description of what
our hand foretells, only $L Reception parlors
N. E. corner erf 6th & G nw.. entrance 6th st.
Hour* '0 a. rr. to .0 p m. del3-901
MONEY TO LOAN.
MO*?T-TO LOAii OB aPPHOVID ClTt
rra] Mtat* at lowest curmi rain apacuJ
prtnle?trw with wap<*t to prl? payments.
TtLER A BCTHEBFORD Ine. flJ 1Mb it. ?
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS^
LATEST SONG HITS.
"A GRECIAN LOVE SONG.
A Sons; That
Touched the
Heart.
A beautiful j
song. eaay to 1
sing and play. j
rhs hit of the ?
jear.
Pro fessionala
send 25 cents 'Q ,
stamps for or- ,
chestration. Mu- j
sic sent free erf (
charge.
Published by ;
Peter G. Kema- '
tudis. Com pi jeer .
and Song Writ- I
er. 32T9 M at. N. j
. .. Washington. D. C Tele- j
phone West 1545. de6-30t^ |
BUSINESS CARDS.
! 100 CALLING CARDS WITH CASE POST-(
I paid to any addreaa (or 39 cant*. Kr I
I W AYNE. ? H it nw.. Wuhinrw. p. 'C.
M4t
ELECTRICAL.
Haie Your Kl-ctrical Wirtn* Inatalled BT
F. L. CLARKE
Electrical Contractor?Supplies.
MZ1 M Street Northwest.
Lights, Bells. Fans. Motors, Repairing.
SIGN PAINTER.
Special rates tor Christmas cards and Invita
tions written by hand. Sign Anting of ail
I kinds. T06 8 St. uw del-90t_
MOVING, PACKING. STORING
Economize on Your Moving
For reliable Quick awrice on local and lont
distance moving call on A. HITE. S38 M st. sw.
Phone Franklin 1545-W. de2l-tf
SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 3342. N. 334S..
N. 3344. Nlk'ht or Holl-jj
day, Franklin Sill. '
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOLUTELY flREPROOfr STOtLAO*.
Booms (3 a no op. Moving and Packing.
UNITED STATES 8TORAGE CO. ?!*-? WU
ft. nw Phones M 422S and Prwnkltn 3*23. tf
Moving
We furnish large padded vans and oarsfnl iaea
to handle your goods.
HACKERS of funutnre. pianos. aQtoa. brto-a
brar, etc Experienced men only.
SHIPPING to all parts of the world.
STORAGE In? furnitjra. pasnos. sad bouse
hold goods.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
refrigerators"
That Are Superior
NELSON .REFRIGERATOR CO..
We build to order any sise
refrigerator or cooling room.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
WANTED TO ?UT.
WILL CALL IN MY rN LETTER ED ADTO
nobUc, at] ot ?burtu. .ad pa? mi hl?tnW
prroa ft* ladlsa', fwtkmen'a, children, dJ?
eanM dothtnt. ot an d?ertpOow. Addraa
poatai m phoa. Irilall & lom. IM Ttk
KM
SPECIAL NOTICE.
PURSUANT TO SECTION 1. ABT10LE Till.
of by-lawa, notice la hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholder# of The Capi
tal Traction Company for the election of a
boajti of directora for the ensuing year and the
transaction of such other business as may be
brought before the meeting, will be held at the
office of the company. 36th and M streets nw?
Washington. D. C., on Wednesday, January ?,
919, at 10:45 o'clock a. m. The polls will be
ipen from 11 o'clock a. m. until 12 o'clock
'"op. H. D. CRAMITON. Secretary deg-lSt
EDUCATIONAL.
Keep Your War Job
| y taking- our special short courses
a stenography, typewriting, book
Keeping and civil service. Individual
Instruction.
THE DRILLERY
1100 N. Y. Ave.
PETS AND LIVE STOCK.
JUST RECEIVED KINE LOT OF LEACHE8.
singing canaries, gold fishes, dogs. We do i
kinds of Taxidermy. SCHMID 8 PET EM
PORIUM, Tit 12th at nw de3fr3Pt
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokeni.
Amatic-expraaelve?inexpen^ta.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
Prompt auto delivery
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
? JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Msmbeit oy invitation National Selected Mor
| Uciana berricea rendered m all parts d U?a ;
1 United titatea by special representatives.
j Telephone Established iaoo
| Main 5512-5513 l^ady
1730-32 Pa. Assistant
Avenue. Chapel
I DIED.
JOY?Departed this life suddenly on
I Tuesday, December 31. 1918, at 11:45
a. m.. JOHN ALBERT JOY. aged
| 70 years, at his residence, 1426 First
street southwest, beloved husband j
I of Emma Joy (nee Bartlett).
i Funeral from his late residence on
Friday, January 3, 1919, at 2 p. ra.
Relatives and friends respectfully
invited to attend.
' CLARK? w
SOCIETY OF COLONIAL \SARS IN
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
The death of ALONZO HOWARD
CLARK, long an honored member,
of this Society, is announced to the
i membership. All members of this.
Society are requested to attend the
funeral services at St. Margaret's
Church, Connecticut avenue and I
| Bancroft place, on Friday after
noon. January 3, 1919, at 2 o'clock.1
The following committee will rep
resent the Society at the funeral j
I services: Dr. Charles Noble Greg-'
ory. Mr. William Stone Abort. Dr.
I Marcus Benjamin, Rev. William
I Tayloe Snyder. Capt. Robert Root
I Bennett. U. S. Army, and Capt.
I John Henry Moore, U. S. Navy.
The insi<mia of the Society will be
worn. By order of the governor.
1 FREDERIC BULKELEY HYDE.
, Secretary.
ODELL? On Saturday. December 21.
1918, at Los Angeles, Cal., ALBERT
I 8. ODELL.
I Funeral from the chapel of W. R.
j Spe^re Company, 1208 H street
northwest, today at 11 a. m. Kind
ly omit flowers. Interment private.
KELLER?At 10 p. m.. January 1,
ALVIN SAMUEL, beloved hus
band of Emma Mellon and son of
the late Samuel P. and Mary E.
Keller.
Funeral from his late residence, 1236
E street southeast, 2 p. m. today.
Interment private.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE.
William Rarbheister, 51 years, Mariat Col'eg*.
Elizabeth Althemier. 47. Georgetown Hcapital.
A. Howard Clark, 68, Florence Courts.
Grace Woodward. 44, 751 Qubeck st. nw.
Malinda W. Bryant, 75, 1219 Shepard st. nw.
Dixie CbUett, 36, Providence Hospital.
Anna Jensen.*?. Sibley Hospital.
Elisabeth Windsor, 32. Providence Hospital.
Richard Wi'.liams, 71. St. EHiabath'a Hospital.
John Albert Joy. 73. 1126 1st sw.
Mary K. Steele. 3*. 2X0 I'a. ave ae.
Hazel N. Withaner, 27, Homeopathic Hospital.
Thomas B. Knox. 30, Pmridmce Hospital.
TTiomas McMilleu. 27, Walter Reed Hospital.
Joseph L. Hibbs, ?K, 1?53 WU. are. nw.
? n? *umupmJti, tJ. SB 6th at. oe.
??J '? 1 m l?th aL M.
AJ? SMtertWld, u ?oo.. It D it. ae.
William Farrrr. J moo.. CfeildmTi BoMul.
COLORED.
Luey L. G either. SI, 16B 4th at nw
Kdith Madeline E?;i, ?, Jin o? at. bw.
n?d Per kin*, u. Wu?, Avium Huepital.
?****[???. Waeb. Asylum UuepilaL
?*n* Stewart, a, TubeimJort. Hoaeiial.
Wilaon Braver, Tl 1138 lit at. n?.
I*?a Karly a, Tuberrulmia HoapitAl.
Mward Barnard. M, 1111 Bth at. n?.
Luey HmaJlwood. ?. 3LB O at. ?w.
Alica L. MUbarry. 1. 1KB ljth at nw.
Philip Wedlw, ?, Burrrine, D.?
Unity Andenon. 4. childran'a Boapital.
Lillian CI Bowser. <. JOT 25th at. M
Kuth Ham* I moo . 14 y at. nw.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE
Cart a and Blanche w Herman, |trl.
Baail J. and Horiclia Itoiimoa. girl.
J. Wilaoo and Emma M. Griffin, boy
Jorvcn and tattler Kiaer, boy.
John H. and Bertha Miller, bw.
Tfcimltrioa and Huaan V. Kouliaa, boy.
OOLOBBD.
Obariaa and Matilda Harm, tfrt
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITB.
Lieut Albert J. Galloway, 28. Dallas Tex.,
and Margaret IX Woodruff, 25, Shiloh,' N. J.
Rer. C. Wood
Theodore U. Greenberg, 23, and Blanch Her
man, 20, both of Washington. Her. G. Sllrer
atone.
Lewi. W. Adkina. 2?, and Maj*aret B.
Schwarrman, C3, both of Waahington. Rer. J.
I 0? Tuelo.
Raymond Biddle. 22, Washington, and Tillie
| SAall, 22, Philadelphia, Pa. Rer H. p. Downa.
I B. Kllkins Van Riper, 38, Patereon. N. J.,
and Emily A. Crawford, 22. Washington. Rer.
J. H. Jeffriaa
Andrew E. Potter. V, Wautone, Wia, and
Lucille Priabie, 21, I*ine Hirer, Wia He*. U.
Schroedrr.
Sammie H. Webb. SB, and Louias McCain
bridge, 21, both of Staunton, Va. Rer. J. J.
DiiUon.
James M. Bamett, 40. Albany, Ga, and
Gladya M. Smith. 29. Waahington. Re*. T. E
Davis.
Alien C. Williama. 29, Worthingtoc, Ohio. '
and Helen M. Henderson, ZL, Columbus, Ohio.
Rev. H. F. Downa
Prank M. Morrison, 24, and Janet MoBey, i
28, both of Waahington. Re*. C. E. 8mith.
COLORED.
Prank HoarMl. 33. and Jeanctte Smith. 22. i
both at Washington. Rer. M. Lake.
Edward Gordan. 48. and Cora B. Hale, 32.
both of Washington. Her. W. H. Dean.
Lonia Carmine, tfl. and Ethel J. Joyca. 14.
both of Washington. Iter. W. J. Howard.
Gtia Crawford, 38, and Ennia Hunter, 25.
both of Washington. Rer. W. 8. Neil. '
Arthur L. White. 32, and Era Webb. 28, both
of Washington. Iter. D. E. Wiseman.
Engene G. Smith. 24. and Emma Braxton. 22.
both of Washington. Rer. M. W. D. Norman.
Arthnr W. "Walker. 21. and Beatrice J ark son,
IB, both of Washington. Rev. M. W. D. Norman.
Community Center Notices.
The Georgetown Community Center
at the Western High School will have
Its weekly dance for war workers, !
men in uniform and the people of tho 1
community at 8 o'clock. Special j
music has been secured for this first
dance of the new year.
The Friday Evening Social Clulj1
meets this evening at the Park View
Community Center at 8 o'clock. Thero |
are also meetings at this center of
the Red Cross unit for war workers,
of the basketry class and the French
class.
The Wayfarers' Club will meet at
the Thomson Community Center to
night at 8 o'clock.
The L|ttle Players, a club for dra
matics and rhythmic dancing, will
meet at the Wilson Normal Com
munity Center and will welcome any
one who Is interested In these arts.
The classes for tonight at the Wil
son Normal are key punching, type
writing, French and Spanish.
Motion pictures for young and old
are to be found tonight at the Miner
Normal Community Center. There Is
also a class in modern dancing 'for
girls and young women basket-ball,
a meeting of the Boy Scouts, a club
for boys and a club for girls are
other attractions.
The community dance at the Dun
bar Community Center begins at 8
o'clock.
Basket-ball begins at 7.30 and the
Community Buying Club distribution
is from 8 to 10.
The Margaret Wilson Community
Center at the Grover Cleveland
School will have tonight the first of
its Friday social dancing evenings.
It Is hoped that not only the young
people of the community but also
those young men and women who
are accustomed to going to the
Thomson Community Center will
help to make these evenings a suc
cess. The soldiers and the sailors
and the Marines are most cordially
I invited. The center is at Eighth and
! T atreeta northwest and may be
reached by the Seventh. Ninth and
U street cars.
American Graves Sacred.
The French government cabled the
State Department that the graves of
American soldiers in France will be
sacred to that nation and that they
will "be respected and tended with
a reverence and patriotic care."
COMING HOME WTTH THE YANKS!
After he had been rejected by the local board three times, and after
I toucix examining and council finally accepted, he war sent to camp, given
foGr months' training, and then shipped to a port of embarkation. After
I hanging around there for five weeks he got started, was "subbed.** and
I picked up. It took him three weeks to get thip far. and then ppent four
j weeks in a hospital in England. He went to France, took six weeks of
I training and started for the line. It took him two, weeks to get to the
i front and nine days to the line of action. Up there he got set to fight
He sighted his Hun. Aimed carefully and waited for the command vo
I fire. Jt was then that the lieutenant yelled: "Cea?e FIRING, 11 o'clock.
| the war's over."
RECANVASS CONTRIBUTORS
TO JEWISH RELIEF FUND
Liberality of Large Donors Demonstrated by
Repeated Donations?$12,000 More Is
Needed to Fill Quota.
JEWISH FUND NEEDS $12,000
DO YOUR BIT; SUBSCRIBE
If you have not subscribed to the fund for the relief of starv
ing Jew, here is printed a coupon which may be mailed to the
local fund's treasurer, R. B. H. Lyon, 701 Evans Building.
Name
Address
Amount
Vigorous efforts will be made to
day and tomorrow by the teams
of workes of the local committee
for the American Jewish Heliet
committee to gain this city's quota
of $60,000.
Twelve thousand dollars are need
ed to close the campaign in the Na
tional Capital and the workers are
keenly aware of the fact that th??y
must bend every bit of energy to
secure subscriptions and pledges
for this amount.
Increase Flrmt Subscription.
Three thousand dollars was se
cured yesterday. Obviously at thia
That Rookie from the 13th Squad. By P. L. Crosby |
Han05' across the jea
rate the 160.000 will not be se- j
cured.
For this reason the worker* are j
I going back to many of the promi- !
nent men ard women who have al- I
read subscribed and offering them
the opportunity of increasing their !
subscription or pledge.
Yesterday the weather conditions
interferred with the activities ;*f
the women who have be^n in local
| hotels, theaters, department stores J
1 and on prominent street corners, but |
I with $1,000 already realized by them
they were last ni^ht confident they i
might double this amount before
I Saturday night, when the campaign !
| closes.
Subscribe Through Coupon*.
j As the workers have not been
able to get around to the various '
government departments here, as
was intended, it Is especially re- |
quested that the clerks make use I
I of the subscription coupons which
are being printed in all four Wash- |
ington newspapers.
Question was raised at the local |
headquarters yesterday as to mhy]
1 / * Red Cross did not take care of I
the starving Jews.
Red Crom ia Helping.
This was promptly answered by a I
I statement of Food Administrator I
I Herbert Hoover, which admitted that!
conditions were so bad in certain sec
tions that even with all of the Red 1
Cross and other aid work concentrat
ing on them, it is probable that from
500,0<K) to 1.000.00C will di<? because of
persecution and lack of fo-jd.
Simon Lyon, chairman of the local ;
committee, announced last night that '
he would hold the next to the last
meeting for consultation on results
by captains of the various teams this
morning in his office.
A Four-time Subscriber.
A typical case of how finely many1
families are responding tc the pleas j
of the drive Is that of A. Brylawski. ;
Mr. Brylawski has subscribed four
times to the fund. First he subscribed
$500 for the Cosmos Theater, then $5fc0
to the Interstate Realty Company,
then $200 for his wife and again last
night $150 for 'tis two grandchildren.
Other subscriptions amounting to
$100. which were received yesterday
are: W. W. Griffith. $100: employes of
Hecht and Company. $130. and Clar
ence Grosner. $100.
FAMOUS VIOLINIST HERE
Mischa Elman. the famous Rus
sian violinst, who will be heard this
afternoon at 3:80 in the Shubert
Belasco Theater under the direction
of the Washington Fine Arts Enter
prises, Ona B. T-ilbot managing di
rector, is winning new laurels
everywhere he is appearing. It is
expected that his concert here will
be one of the largely attended musi
cal events of the season. There is
no question about the ability of the
violinist, ard there are many who
are willing to declare that he is the
greatest In the world He is cer
tainly one of the greatest Since
the war began Mr. Elrrvin has given
an average of fifteen concerts each
season for the benefit of the Red
Cross. This is the largest number
yet given by any of the truly big
artist*.
BAKER FUNERAL!
THIS MORNING
. *
Body Will Rest at Mount \
Olivet Pending Bunal
in Maryland.
Funeral ?wtIcm for Danlsl
Baker, former United States Dis
trict Attorney, who died New Yfcar |
night at his home in the Nether
land apartments, will be hs4d this
morn In* at It o'clock. Th/> service
will be conducted at St. Paul's ]
Church by Mgr. Msckin. and she
body placed in a vault at Mo?a|JI
Olivet to await burial at <"!opper, "
Md.. when Mrs. Haker has recover^
sufficiently to attend the obsequieos
Pallbearer*.
According to funeral arra*#Mf
mrnt* ^nnounrf^l yesterday the
tive pallbearers will be William K..
L* 'hv, Joseph F. Abbott, John Kf
Shields. Martin J. McNamara. Thj?
othy J. Regan. Harry R. Grant. Joh?
W. Staggers and Ashley M GouldL
Jr
The honorary pallbearers wU|jHj
Chief Justice C. J. 8mythe. of jdK ,
Court of Appeals; Chief JtlMor
Walter I. McCoy. District SuprVm#*
Court: Justice Ashley M. Gould. "<*T
the District Supreme Court; Gedf-jW j
E. Hamilton. d*an of Geor^^-t^sHI'
University Law School: Commissi##!^*
er W. Gwynn Gardiner. Perrl#' 1L*
Waters, of Germsntown. MA; *>S.
Morrill Chsmb'rlam. president *?f
the District of Columbig Bar Ag*o-?
ciation: MaJ. Peyton Gordon. H^nrtTT
E. Davis. Capt. Richard M*.!one.
ton J. Lambert and United State*.
District Attorney John E. Lasts**.#
In Respect of His Menarjr.
Out of respect to Mr. BaKtrlk
memory the two criminal branched
of the District Supreme Court, im*
which he had been connected, ad
journed yesterday, upon a motltMrf'
by Attorney John E. l^sskey.
Honoring Mr. Haker's memory*
classes wer?- suspended last night
in the Law School of G?--orgetsnww
University. Mrnib?'r? of the George
town law faculty will attend tti^
funeral. Classes in th*- school wtll
be resumed tonight.
WONT PUNISH SOLDIERS
WHO CAPTURED BERLIN
tt
Five YanLs ^ho Beat Perihinj to
Hun Capital Merely "Curious."
The five American aoldif-rs who un
dertook to occupy Berlin in advwoi.
of any supgewtion from Perstiing or
the Military Council at Versailles.w*H
not be tried as deserters or o' hei vim
severely dealt with by Gen. Pershing^
in the opinion of officials here.
The War Department has no verift*.
cation of the escapade, but it is r^>
garded as similar to the acts of
some American soldiers in Franca
mho. having been ordered to h^ld
back, managed to get into the uni-?
form of Australian troops who had
been ordered into the fieht for th#
next day. This kind of insubordina^t
tion is winked at except where the
circumstances show tbs? disobedient*
would necessarily produce disaster^-|
Staff officers here say that the five*
Americans in question exhibited a
"somewhat natural curiosity *?
RATE BOARD EMPLOYE
ASKS LIMITED DIVORCE
Claude De S. Thomas Charges U ite
Deserted Him Last September.
Alleging desertion. Claude De 8.
Thorr.as. an employe of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, filed suit for
limited divorce yesterday in the Dia-jtl
trict Supreme Court against Nona L"
Thomas
His wife's desertion Thomas de
clares. occurred on September 31 list. *
He charges that his wife look with r
her. furniture he had previously
bought to furnish their home at 174#
S street northwest.
The couple were married in Denver,
Col., in July. i^ns. and have two chil
dren. Three years later, the husband
states, they moved to Washington,,
The house on S street. Thomas a*4rl?;
was rented by him and the fumitjije. *
which he says belonged in niraftof
the ten rem* of the house, was
bought to enable them to rent rooms
and ?thereby pay the rental of 530 a
month.
He charges that his wife deserted
him without just cause, after havtgg^
failed to properly care for the
lishment durinp hi* absence on goT- ^
eminent business, and further, he d?- *
clares. his wife took the children wiUt .
her.
Thomas asks the court to award N
him the custody of his children. He
is represented by Attorneys William- i
son and Coombe.
"DEVOTED TO CAUSE
THEY FOUGHT FOR"
Y. M. C. A. Secretary Says Dough
boys Showed Themselves Men. ?
"America has a right to be proud
of the m**n she sent overseas^"
I?ui> A. Block. Y. M. C. A. Utttl
tary at Camp Humphreys, reewmr
returned from ov>r?eai?, told
members of the Washington State
and Alaska society, held at the
Thomson School last mpht
"Not only were they devoted t?"*
the cause for which they went
tight." he declared, "but they have *
showed themselves to be men."
Representative Albert Johnsdt,.
told of his experiences in the tiall^'
n?c camp at Camp Humphreys. Mr I
Johnson resigned from the Hours *
at the outbreak of th# war to enter.1
the service of the United States. J
Miss Leah Miller, dsughter of .
Representative Miller, sanr. Amon0'
the pu^sts were Senator Miles Poin- 1
dexter. Senator Wesley Jones and
Representative Undley H. Hudley. ^
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