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THE /*T A \ I \(? PHONE WASHINGTON I I /A L\ I 1^ MAIN HERALD wL/ilUU 1 VLyVj 3360 READ FOR PROFIT USE FOR RESULTS THE?S?teERALD Published erer? day !b the /ear The V\ aeaington Herald Com at 4 26-41* Eleventh street, fcjshlnaton. D. C. Telephone Exchange ? Call Main fsoo. (Kor classified advertisements tsk for Branch 1). _ Member Audit Bureau of Circula tion. CLASSIFIED RATES Wasted Rooma tad Board. Par burnt Iomm - Wasted kftaecDaiwoa* Foe Mai* MtooaUaaeoos Ln*? ud 'nuttd ONE CENT A WORD (Mlntroom Chargr ?e ) onee or less. om time. ?a Seme *4 lAaee ooneeeutl?* ttrace. 38c. All Other ( laeallfetieM? Per Llae? 1 One IS e?U I CiXM rooMcntlTcli U1 omxU ? time* eeasecetlveiy 10 *??t* r tJa?* ronweatively t cent* ? or Qjot* rim^e e?o?ec?tJ?*ly ' oeet# Mtntmem two fleee foreign refresentatttic* the 9 C bCCAWtlU ei-UiAL ?(ifc.NCt New Tort Office.... Tnbun* Bids Chicsgr Office Tribune Hid* Detroit Office C? F?-rd Ride Gt. Lor.i* Offiee. . TTjird MaMnaei Bank Bldg HELP WANTED?MALL LABORERS WANTED. Forty Are cent* an hour by L. Morgan. con tractor. Walter Bead United State* Army Hospi tal. Takoma Park. D. O. Pleaaant *l??ei?ing ac coromodationa fire: meals at coet if deaired. Ap#ljr to the MJ PER INTENDENT. Office of the ' txitractor. 14th and Dogwood ?ts., adjacent to the Walter Reed H capital reservation. ja3 7t ?OfSKMAS WANTED: 0'">!> POSITION; i*tradv work: pood wa^es. Mrs. H. H. ROG ERS. 163 K st. n?. ja8-X ?NEN DRAWiNG - CONDUIT feeder line, Columbus memorial statue to Senate office bldg. Re turn to W. A. ROGERS. 923 12th st. nw. Phine M. 3536. Expense will be paid. ja8-7t WAITERS SIX. COLORED; $40 per month; plain service; good hours. Appl/ to B. H. PERRY. Catholic University dining hall. Brookland. D. C. ja8-7t MEN WANTED TO CJJLAN AND care for line of horses in livery stable. Apply JOHN F. PLUNK ERT. 423 N st. nw. ja8-3t wVnted"^"laborers to shovel coal. Apply at 8:30 a. m.. ROOM 135. Dept. of the In terior Bldg.. 18th and F sts, aw. POSITIONS FOR MEN in car yhopa EXPERIENCE DESIRED BUT NOT REQUIRED The Washington Railway and Electric Company has several posi tions open f<>r TRUCK OVER HAUL ERS?also MEN FOR MOVING CARS and doing general work around our ?hop* and oar houses. Under our new wacre scale now In effect good men can earn excel lent wages. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS Apply 2411 P st. nw. CllAFTSMEN: WANTED SEVERAL EX P& rwnini railroad map draftsmen. Call at eighth floor. Barriater Building, 6J7 F at. nw. Bring ?ample work. Only experienced men nerd apply. JaT-3t APPRENTICE BOY WANTED IN PRINT mg office. Art>l* a? F st. nw. Ja7 3t LABOR ERS WAN TED; ? CENTS A jFHii >C R by L. Morgan. contractor. Walter Reed Unit ed State* Army Huepital. Takoma Park. I>. C. P?ea.?ant sleeping accommodation* free; meals at ro*t if Apply to the SL'PLRIN TEN DENT. Office of tl?e Contractor. 14th and Dogwood ?ti.. adjacent to * t$e Walter Reed Hospital reservation. JalTt machinists! BOILERMAI^ERS^ track men. white and colored la borers. Apply ROOM 308, Union ?Station. ja7-tf ' WANTED ? CHAUFFEUR FOR l Ford truck; good salary to the right man. First class reference re quired. Apply 637 F st. nw. ja7-3t WANTKK A WHITE POINTER ?>Y. ALSO a colored diahwasber at Smout Stand. SB O Ht. Market. Ja &2t ROUTE" BOY"T0~SERVE HER ald in vicinity of Dupont Circle. Apply to Mr. VOTAW. 1409 Hop-j kins place, nw. tf 1 BOT.-t WANTED TO SERVE HERALD: good salar>, can make extra money collecting. Apply I'M4 K at. ne. ia>lt j wanted - bra rim in for potomao yard. M rwnta ;*t nour. a lac ear repair m*o. ? achtnieu. helpers, carpenters, freight rai* Ben. flremee ard other oecupeUona at raru.ua aointa P?nna*lrania Railmed. Apply ?? New kr?T iw as. aayiatf | HELP WANTED? FEMALE. COOR--PERMANENT POSITION. I pleasant surroundings. GAL LAUDET COLLEGE. 7th and Fla. sve. ne. Phone Lin. 2450. ja8-!t ?*M>K. WHITE OR COLOUtI>rCA.N STAt nights if desired: no washing. Apply j8B1 In (nour at. nw.. or phone Miaa ANDERSON, franklin 71. iaJ-7t COMPETENT MOTHER'S HELP wanted; white or colored; pay jood salary; bring references. Ap jly 3031 Newark st. or Cleveland i84. j?7-3t 500l?-FIRST CLASS. AND WAITERS. also man or woman to work around kitchen aid do outdoor work good wages. Apply FaR JER S HOTEL* Marlboro, Md. Phone Marl m St JalTt ?ANTSI>-A MIDDLE A OKI) WOMAN TO do general houaekeeping and cooking. Apply ftl N. H. are. aw. ja4-tf niOOOLATE D1 ['PEKS?TWO TXPKRIEN& ed. best wages paid. Apply JANES CON rETTIONERY. 514 *h at. n?. Ja3-7t JANCING TEACHER WANTED ally experienced; also aasvtant teachers. For ?*ternew phone Lincoln 373a RIGHTWAX , yfUDlO. W0 ttth tf. at N. Y. are. ]al-tf "WRECKERS AND BUILDERS. ri WBICK ALL SIN-DS OF BUILDINGS. A R. TOMPSON. 1337 C it. n, aoBwt+tt BUY OR SELL Used C?9 Tmdks0 EltCo 9 If you have a used car and want to sell it, The ^Washington Herald can get you a prospect through their Class-Ad columns. Write or phone the Automobile Editor. For the party desiring to purchase a Motor Car, but who is not in a position to buy a new one, can easily get what he is looking for, free of charge, by consulting the Automobile Editor. Vi Write or Phone Main 3300 HELP WANTED?MALE. HELP WANTED?MALE. NORTHEAST BOYS A few wide-awake boys are wanted to serve Herald routes in the northeast dis trict. Salary and bonus for good service. Apply H. A. TEMPS 1018 K St. N. E. HELP WANTED?Male & Female ' F E DER A L T A X AU f) IT O R S I wanted?There are millions of | income and excess profits tax re turns of last year not yet audited, i Competent men and women are j I needed everywhere to assist the j ? government, business men and j corporations in this preat task, j Large fees and high salaries arc | paid. If you have any knowledge 1 of accounts, we can quickly coach you to become expert in the work. Our coaching is entirely in the hands of formcj government in ternal revenue and income tax ex perts. Instruction personal and by mail. Personal interview by appointment only. Write or i [phone for particulars. FEDERAL! TAX AUDIT BUREAU, Conti } ncntal Trust Building, Washing ton, D. C. Phone Franklin 3364. , jan8-iot WANTED?APARTMENTS. FtRMISIICD. HOC SEKEEP! NO j4PA RTMENT. ~TWO~ O R three r?'Otna, bath and kitchenette, wholly or partly furnished; walking dusuuc? or convenient to car line. Write *11 particulars. BOX ?37, i Herald r^Tict. de31-tf REAL ESTATE. CABIN JOHN PARK ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOMES. J. S TOMLINSON. 321 SO. BLDG. M 1445. Six new tiotises and bungalows ready for in ?pecti.>n. $1,500 to $2 500. Easy t^rms. noff-tf CLAIRVOYANT. PROF. WRIGHT Palmist and Clairrovant. Private reading daily; satisfaction guaranteed. ; Hours, 11 ?. m. to 8 p. m. Phone Main 1437. : 512 F st nw. de!5.87 mr.aRthan, , Noted platform teat medium. Headings daily on all affairs of life; te!la everything; best ad Tiser; ?ee him, you will make no mistake. Studios. 509 G at nw. dell-90t PALMISTRY. PALMISTRY is a recognized science, and RIZPAH lldon is known as one of its greatest exponent#. Hun dreds risit this remarkable woman daily. Com plete readings, with accurate description of what your hand foretells, only $1. Reception parlors N. E. corner of 6th ft G nw.. enftrance 6th st. Hoars 10 a. m. to 10 p m. del3-96t BELMONT^ Scientific palmist and clairroyant, can be ccn- 1 suited on all affairs of life. Readings, $1. 136 j New York are nw.. between 12th and 13th sts. I Hour*. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. de27-90t HOTELS AND CAFES. "JfoUl Corner 7th & P st. nw. JUST OPENED. Newly furnished rooms by day, week or month at reasonable prices. Prop. M. BaTurin. ? bpne North 4<"80 de6-S0t DON'T FAIL TO VISIT IT The Handsomest Restaurant >n Washington. THE REPUBLIC Oriental. Chinese and American Diahes. The best the market can afford at reasonable prices. Open from 11 a. in. to 2 a. m. Htimation by telephone. Kranklin T7W. WO r street northwest. SECOND tliOUK. del 9tt ^ttortonique Restaurant Dinner. 70 cents; luncheon. 40 cents. Special Sunday Dinners Southern Home Cooking <-an Accommodate a Ktw More Table Boarders flit Pa. a?e. nw. THE CAIRO HOTEL Que st., next door 16th nw., mod- j ern steel fireproof structure; looms with bath, $3.59 per day; rooms with running hot and cold water, $2.50 per day. Special rates by the month. ia4-tf AUTOMOBILES Washington Auto Exchange Automobiles. 7*1 res, Aec?M?rtat, Repair*. Trucks, Trailers, Stor ?Kf. Taxis. Auto Glass, Ga ragrs, Batteries. Etc. FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. 203 N. Ums?l St., Philadelphia, I 'a 1.000 cars to gcWt from?ISIS, 1917, 19i6 models, in all makffi, SJ50 up. Catalogue free r*i re quest. ja 1.3,6.8.10,13.15.17,15). 22.24. IT. 29.31 JKl'FUlfcri, A FIVFr l'ASSKN<;wt motor car in go*xl condition will he sold to a <uiick bu*er for $430. Apply at the MUSIC STURE. 1T?2 7th at. nw. ja6-7t FOKU?TlilJKfc KOKI> TOUBINti CARS IN ! excellent condition; 1914-15-17 models; also 1 single and double bodies. 3UP N at. nw. Phone j West 13ttW ja3-7t tY)RD Tol ItlMi 19147 ^OOD CONDiffON"; many extra*; all new tue?; chcap for cash. Ai>i*ly ADAMS' BARBER 8HOP. 9th and 1 i sts. nw. ja5-lt AUTOS FOR HIRE. "" vim Trucks By hour, day. week or month. See roe for I reasonable prices. Phone FrAnklin JS^j-VV | A. H1TE. 232 M at. aw. de^l-tf : Republic Trucks I We dc hauling around town and In Maryland I or Virginia, by hour, day, week or month. We | guarantee you quick and good aerrice it rea* ] eonsble Trice*. 911 ?nd at. ne. Lincoln IS. j 8. D LB FA 9. * no?90t AUTO PAINTING. "AUTO PAINT SHOP 414 Mass. a*e. nw. 1. H. ROHDE, Prop. I PAINTING AND REPAIRING. " IK-I.N TKOl IM.i: CAM, FOB CHARLES GISIN I'sed cars bought and sold. I 3214 Prospect aye. nw. W. 778. jat 90t auto accessories. CAR OWNSKn NOT oNLl KIND OCB location coi cement, >ui tut iouj, experience with autut. ia ct great value to the thousands we serre. Are we serting yyur car? Full a toe* accessories, uils.^ grease*, etc. Central Auto Supply Co. >004 Ps. ate Main OA FOR RENT?GARAGE. FOR RENT?GARAGE BETWEEN 17th and 18th sts., Q and P sts. $15.00 a month. Apply BOX 1000, Herald office. ja7-tf MONEY^ TO LOAN. uosrr "to loa? ofc appboviii cm r,il Wirat. ?t icrnn ntntl rftw Kmati prlTi'.ewrs with reapect to prr~ ps/iaenta. TYLER ? BPTHfRVnRP Inc.. 'J17 15th at W MOVING, PACKING, STORING. Economize on Your Moving For reliable quick aerrice cn local and long distance moring call on A. H1TE. 332 M at. iw. Phone Franklin 1545-W. detl-tf SMITHS " TRANsFb R~ and STORAGE CO. NORTH S312. N 3343. N. 3344. Nlpht or Holi day. Franklin 8911. LONQ-DISTANCE MOVING. SAFETY FIRST. AMSOLUTEL? FIRKPRtMjl STUKAUt Rooms IS and op. Vlonng and Packing UNIT CD *TATEft ?T?)RA<:i CO OJ^SD ifitk ct. ow Phones M. 4229 and Frank)la 34B U lilOVlNG Ws furnish large padded tana and earsfni aaes to handle you/ goods PACK ER8 of furniture, yianos. ailns. bno-a brsc etc Experienced m?n only 8H1PP1KU ?o all parta ?f the worlo. STORAGE for fnrnltjrs. p>an?a. and boos* bold goods j KRIEG'S EXPRESS LOST. | LOST-A ROLL OP MONEY. ABOUT fl?. | Liberal reward if returned to 324 B st. bo. I _ JO-U_ I IX)HT? BLACK I'Ll'SH SCARP ON I>KCEM ber 24. near 11th and M sts. nw, liberal re 1 ward if returned to Mrs. CHA8 BDTT8, 21 Channing at. nw.. phone North 3061-W. ja*-7t "bag" i Blue velvet with gray lining; keys of great' | value; also $21 in bills and small change. # | | Liberal reward will be given. Kindly call North 3280. I LOST?ON MONDAY AFTrtlNOON ON ITH j st., near Pa. ate., a black velvet handbag con I taintng money, watch, checkbook, bills of every | article. Return to 7206 Blair road, Takoma Psrk, or telephone Columbia ZT2B. Liberal reward. 1 JaT'Jt HANDBAG?BETWEEN BANK AT 14th AND H ats. ne. .and Corby's yeast plant, on Bladensburg road, small black, velvet handbag, containing 50 1919 War SaTing* Stamp*, 2 bank bucks, 3 Liberty Loan cards, glasses and purse, j Beturn to W. E. K'.eeman. 27X 30th st. ne., and receive reward, or phone Lincoln 380. | branch 21, between 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. j Ja. Mt I LOST-CAT. BLI'E PERSIAN. 3817 MORBi son st. Cleveland 1320. Reward. ja>Tt LOST-NEAR PETWORTH. BOOK OF BER I aid recei?-'s. Please return to Herald office ' 1 !<<*T"LATIQN DEPARTMENT. de3-ti PERSONALS. NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP j 1006 F st. tiw. Phone Franklin 2J92. | Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop 1813 l?th st. nw. Phone North Hours- 9J0 a. m. to 7 p. in. Strictly Sanitary. Tnder a Proft-aiional Nurse. doSSOt DR. REED ? SPFCI^LIST 1 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET, j | OVER 30 YEARS 'STSS ! Nervous and Special Diseases o# Men Hma?L. Means Health to You If You Sufer I Krcas Catarrh, Ubeeitj. Rbeurnatisia. i.ocuNtpa- i I uon. Pika. Throat. Longs Brain, Heart. Blond ! and Skin Uifeoa.se*. Nervous Debility, KWlmuf Diseases. Bladerr Trouble. Specific Blood Pot- . sonlng, Enipticna. l'lc*r?, and All Private Di?- j eaaes Cured (or Ufa by Safe Methoda. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Kootn for Ladies Office Hours. )? to 1. I ti? 4. Mondays. 1? to 11 j Old-Fashioned Herbs The herb Is purely a vegetable product and can hate no bad effect upon the siston It purifies the blood, tones up the ns tein. replp-nshes the tld reya. thereby relieving Bngnt's Disease, ti ravel" Rheuirstiam. Sciatica, Lumbago. Coughs and Colds. IM. A. LOUIS & SONS The Herb Specialists. 223 Q st. aw. TREATMENTS FOR VARIOUS AILMENTS. DIVORCES i am a skilled iii*entigat>r in all branches of DETECTIVE WORK. Divorce at* my specfalft". Linguist; absolute secrecy main tained ; slao ciyil. -criminal and foreign travel work solicited. MADAME ENA MEO 1733 R st. nw. Call Day or Night. Ja4-90t IWORKI N li M E N?IT IS NECESSARILY something of a shock to know how much a 1 n?-w overcoat made by a tailuf will set you back and vrnie men with limited caf.li an-(thinking of dying without, Nit look for ' flu" if you do; $5 up buys a slightly used overcoat from us. Jl'STH S OLD STAND. *19 D. jaS-lt AM. ~ 1NTKKK&TKi>~ htiSloT:SL'Y fS VllK higher phases of religion, science, mysticism, or psychology can aitneea demor/lrations and receive explanation* of inter/*ting mental phenmnena. The scientific prodf of telemthie %exchamr? of words at a distance of mills is proposed. A fee will be required if satisfactory' proof is given. Benjamin Webster, s Yale graduate and wel'-known young scientist, will , demonstrate mental tcKpathy with Mr*. r>?orge , H. Wright. Addrew c<?mmunica'ions, if in . temrted. to BENJAMIN WEBSTER, 2MB 13th j st. ja7-tf COMING HOME WITH THE YANKS! Why Elmer changed hack to a khaki ??hirt? "That's* right, by go*h; if 1 put on a white collar I (fotta keep my nock washed." ^ I FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. | A COLLECTION OF BOOKS. NINETEEN ecu included, and miaoellaue* ?books of Shakespeare. Mirktyais and Tbotnaa Hardy. ( He.. HO the whole lot. 6C1 L *t. *w. Franklin J 1196. ja?X K lNDLIJVG wood irllimi witlain ten blocks of Government I'rinting < >ffi?e at H 00 a load; al*o packing !k>x?h for sale. J. II. ( FITZGERALD, 24 Jackwii at. be. Main 1UK. i PETS AND LIVE STOCK. Jl'ST RECEIVED FINE LoT OF lka< IIEH. j *inginf ranaricft. golj dot?. We do ail 1 kinds trl Taiidermy. SCHMID'S I'ET EM- I FOHIL'M, :.2 12th *1 nw. d?30*>t j FUR HALE?YOFNti IMGH; GOOD BREED. Send i?o?tal card to Mr-. E M. McOontey. E??? Falls Church. Va.. (Route 1). ji. S3t FURNITURE FOR SALE. fcABH j7?r?;t?ro CASH i credit r urniture cnnriT HOPWOOD'S Popular PHc* Furnl- : ture and SrtWe Store. 8th A K St* BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. LATITAT SONG HITS. a (;recian love song. % Son* That Tou< hr? the I llrnr*. A beautiful j * ng. ea*y to siug and play. ? I"h? hit cf U>9 >ear. Fro fcaa?<,nala ?end 25 cent* ?n ?taa>i? for or cUeatration. M* etc aeut frsa of charge. Fublished hy I'eter G. R?na tudia. Comj?<*#r and Son| Writ er. !??0 M at N. Washington. D. C Tele phone West IMS. deC-JOt Bl SIXES* CARDS. 100 1-AU.IXG <? Vitus. 33C : W card*. 69r\ Card r*j?e fr*?c. EARLE \N Al NU 6T6 11 at. nw? Washington. D C. ELECTRICAL. Ha?e Your El*ctncal Wiring Installed F. L. CLARKE Electrical Contractor- Snppliea. 3d M Street North*eat. Lights, Relit, Fan*. ,\h tor*. Repairing. da6-Mt SIGN PAINTER. sjffrcrs) 7't> EDUCATIONAL Keep. Your War Job Hy taking our special *hort couroei in stenography. typewriting, book keeping and civil service. Individual Instruction. THE DRILLERY 1100 N. Y. Ave. WANTED TO BUI. WILL CALL IN MY UXLETTERID ACTO mcMle. aif ot suburban. ?n?3 pa* you hifbeot i>n. *? for iadlea . ifntUmre'i, rfaiidrr? '? dia raMed c'othiB? oI all deeerlpttntir Addrea lh*?, or pboa* I viU call t BICE. *U ? rw ?< Tf REFRIGERATORS, ICE^ BOXES. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGF.RATOR CO.. We build to order sny ulte r??friK?Tator or cooling room. 611 F St. N. W Franklin 2757. * SPECIAL NOTICE. NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT Til hi I*rtner?Mp h?retnfofe cxwtiac betwe?r? lu?c Wa**er an?i Samuel GoldU-rf tinder the name cf Itxltngh Military and N?ta] Tailor*. 4J0 12tU ft. i * , ha* !?en diw^Mn-d b> nulual consent. ISAAC WASSBR, SAMUEL GOLDBDRO. JaMt HOUSEHOLD GOODS and personal l>roj?TtV *t red in the foll-ming name- will be sol.1 f -r rharjr<-? I-Vbruarv 4 at ? rt o'clock at 1U* YfMi ?t. n'w.. Mm. Ainie* <J*?el or Mr*. J< tin Kwh. Apif< P. Ki -rH, K. HarrU. Mr.i M. B. Kerr. Wm. H Mitchell. New l<i*a I'attrrri C'ttipauy or Mr*. L L. Wake field. Lieut. H. K. I'atne. Lieut. Ool. Win. C. I'owi*!!. J. Shackolf.wd. W. Oneal Smith, W. M. wj?ark?. Mrs. R?'i-h A. Sturgeon and W. It. West. FIDELITY HTORA<.'K CO. it I'UILSU A NT TO SECTION 1. ARTICLE VIII of by I***. ii'.^ice ia hereby r?*en that the annual mtTting of the atvXrfehotdera of The C?r< tal YTartKin Coni|?any f?>r the election of a l?oard of directors for the *nwnnt year and the tracaaction cf awch "ther business a* may brought b?fore the meeting. will be held at the office of the comiany. iCth and M itrecu nw., Washington. P C.. cn Wednesday. January I. '?19. a; 10 45 o'clock a. m. "Hie pclla will be ci<n fr^nn 11 o'clock a. tn. urlll 12 o'clock rt'-on. II. I). CRAMITON. S?cre*ary. JeB-jH FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Floral Tokens. An ?uc?ei;irenlTe? inesprnava. Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street I'rompt auto delivery atrnca a ; ? -< That Rookie from the 13th Squad. By p. l. Crosby Pictures Pathc'5 weeKiy nevcr cot A OOUG H BOY WA/T/N6 0N TH? TA6C6" /N FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS or ravttacsoa hatiuuai seiacrso Mor uttana itorwca rcodarad ?? all parta erf i*a Coned OU'N br apaoaJ NPMMONi Telephone Main 6612-6611 1710-81 Pa Avenue. i DIED. HUNTER?Entered Into rot tn the ?eventy-fourth year of hla ate, J. H. HUNTER. at hi* reaidence. 107 Fourth street northeast. Tues day. January 7. 1?1S, 4.30 a. in. Services 2 p. m. Thursday at Hysan v undertaking chapel. Interment , private. MASON?The funeral of the late LIEUTENANT (J. G.) GORDEN HANCOCK MASON. U. 8 N . who was killed by an accident In London on December 2d. last, will tA*e place from the residence of nis I parents. Rear Admiral and Mrs ( N. E. Mason. 1*71 Blltmorc atreet. at 2 p. m.. Thursday. January Hti. 1919. Funeral private. Interment at Ar-1 llngton. POTTER?On Monday. January ?. 1919. at his late residence. 1424 Po tomac avenue southeast, of heart failure. CAPT. WI1AJAM M# POTTER. beloved huaband of Fannie S. Potter. Funeral today at 2 p. m. Died of Disease. PRIVATES Harry T. George. Junction. Okla. Will Hardy. Talbot. Ga. William C. Morrow. Senerv Hill. P? James Morton. Colleton. S. C. Elvin H. Reed. Mapleton. Iowa. Samuel I. Rlggs. Russellville. Ky. William Young. Karnack. Tex. Woanded Severely. PRIVATES. JOHN ROTKIWICZ. JOE ROTKI WICZ. NINETEENTH INFAN TRY. CARE OF A. G. O.. WASH INGTON. P. C. Marvin Thompson. Tazowoll. Va. Taylor W. Williams. Lynchburg. Va. Charles L. Blair. Wise. \ a. Joe Harris. Sandon. Va. Ravmond Jon*s Tate. Bumpass. \ a. GEORGE E. WEEMS. 1017?* SEV ENTH STREET SOUTHEAST. WASHINGTON. D. C. WOMAN SUES BLAIR. Banker Defendant in $5,000 Action for Auto Collision. Montgomery Blair. of SllveT Springs. Md.. banker and lawyer, ana Norman A. Miller, said to b?- Blair's chauffeur, were sued yesterday in the District Supreme ('curt for $T?.000 damage? by Annie \oung The plaintiff chalgea that Blair r automobile, which she allege. ??? being driven by Miller, collided with a horae-drawn vehicle in which ahe waa acnK-d ..n Georgia avenue on rw ecmber f la?t and aerlously injured her. Lyon Rescmei Lecture! at Y.M.C.A. Resuming hi? courae of lecturee on problems of peace, which was Inter rupted by the hflidMjs G. A I.yon will lecture at the 'i M. C. A. this (Wednesday! evening on the ro.lah situation. Next week he will review the general questions which come up for aettlement at the Peace Confer ence. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE Herbert and Ida Warner. bny. | Wiliuer E. and Ruth Wea'rr. | FMrrick W. a>>d Amelia H Winkleman. be*. Itr.\nu nd ard ly*ui?e Trailer. Albert F. and Mary A Strack. i Perry J. atid Blanche E. sceTenaon. boy. Henry H. and Hu'l K Padgm. girl. Joseph V and Dor thy M. Norm. girl an J i boy <twin.?t. i Mar'in J. srd C??rtn>de C. MeNamara. g.r.. ! Charles A. and Louise A. Ix^ahardy. he>. | Chauncey L. ard Jane <i Lsndon. girl. ' E L. and Mattie N Tut k*r. | Frank A and Msmi- V. K-rne girl. John B and Mariha J-.ne*. girl I Jtdian C. and Mary A. ??ra\. girl. Tlioma* and Angelo <;lakca. ??"*. I Alfred and F.l*a. Ewin*. jr.r'. Edward W. and Mary Y. DutsI. g?rl ; Henry A and Utftie II l>e?ble. g;rl. Arthur L. and Haw! M. l> n*>. b^y. Edmund ft. and Renlah V Campbell. boy. Thoinaa W. sod I'anaey L. Child, boy. Benjamin L. and Haxel L. Burke. b.i>. James ii. and Jes*i* P. Burke, boy Wtr P. and Mayroe E. Thomas. girl. Arthur and Katie Tliomaa. b-iy. Edward and Edna SmaUwood. girl Walter I* and Lillian L. tM ith. hoy. Charles T and RoS-erta Harcia. bo?. Walter and Lizzie Winrfon. Win. H and Olne C,r?by. gir" ? Rali?h and Anna Brei.h*m. c?r' I Jooar L. and Helen E. Abbott, boy. DEATH RECORD. WHITE ?. Pollork. 3 year*. H?T lmn| ft. ue. Man E. llardii g. Z8. 1T39 Park n*d. Julia A Tiguor. 66 rC5 F st. ne Wm. Liml*rg. T". 51 O n*. Wm E. V.mrlicca. ?. 1? P at ct. Katie K. ?iford. 1?. l*ark mad n? Samuel E. Allen. 63. TiJ L st. ne. "Maud E. Myet* 4e "iartieW Hospital. Richard Poi*- f ). C6 C # Mary A Veiteh. (V* 25 d rt. n?. Bvrne Fitz?at.r. ??. I3i/al*th II *p-tal. Wm Wined *. V. ft Soldier* Horn, Hf?i?. <?< ldie Heiwr. 25. Waah. Aaylum Ho-pital Virginia 8. Warren. 51. 1444 W *t. r.w. Edward Wagmw. 34. 612 F ft. n*. Mary E. Burke. 6T. Enierg-r v Hosi^tal. Jatnea E CV*an. N ? Katharine Hnmner. 1*^1 Fimf.it ei nw. Mary V I'ahill. 50. El* W>oir.ing a?e nw. Blanche S. Wllaon^C. Tlie Pw.ner Apta. ^ Wm. Fowler. 6?. Blue Piaina. Wm H Herenles. n. St. Elitahrth'a H tpita!. I/rnf J. R.amw. ?12 F * nw. Jo?ej>ii H. Hunter. 73 1? 4th at. ne. J Ixiretta M. Lanahau. 26. 536 wth at. ne. ! Wm. Hart. ?"? I *t. nw. Jose;th Prou?-. 2T>. V R. Naral Hou;i4U! Ixila BeatU. 2 -5<h at. Man F. J-<nea. 23. 12? *h ?t. nw. Jonnie E. Collina. K>. 915 19th at. nw. Bernard Bflacn. 1 m"n . 2613 K st- nw. on! ? !?En Atwahos I* M*er? r? Ark-r n.-. Sxdnev Mile*. 4?. Freed men V H-*pital. Mildred Dent. 35 Freedaaeti'a Ho*t?ital. Fannie Brook* 48. Broad Alley. Lyra Jackaon. 21. Fi^edmen'a Hoapiul. Alex Johnaon. 46. 63 F ?t. a*. Lucas Whitnev 50. <ia>? Hou?e 2Tth. Air* Haywood. ?0. Casnsltv Hoapital Jcha W Keef^. 30. 1115 21?t. at- nw. Harold Jo<)n?>n. T men., 6061* 3rd st. f*. Retina Whec'er. 11 days. 713 2*th st. nw. Harry L. Hall. 23 da>?. Ala *?e. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE Ftancii H. Zinsw. 29. <* S.Itni. Or*.. ?nd Etrm. F Mnre, 3. cf W.iU WaUa. W?d.. R?v J. 8. Montgomery. L?ter I. McKot. S. ot Senman. Ga. ana Jennie F. C.JUna. a "f W?.liinr?" B" 1 E. BringH. ^ _ Frark J. Dandi?. 3*. and Tora fJ. Engl.-. both Of Abilene. Kan. Iter. H. F. Randolph. Rudolph Rein thaler. 2TV and Amy Sehar*ching. 3. both of New York. N. Y. Rft. T. J. Bar rett. William D. BurrfHigba. 21. and Virginia nekett. 1?. both of Baltimore. Md Re*. t\ Wood. William H. tlraham. 3S. r* Alton. Kan and Virginia Meyers. 27. of Washington. Ret. J. H. Jeffrie*. Jeremiah A. O'Learr. 21. and Kathleen M. ?ft>b?n. 23. both of Washington. Re*. E. 8. Hannan. ... , ? w_ Eddie Cohen. 26. of Norfolk, la., and Rebec oa Lerine. 25. of Baltimore. Md. Rer. H. Gil re rat one. Qearge A. Freeing S3, and Ma ^ Utockton. 23 both of Washirrton. R^*. T. E Dstu. COLORED John Bank* and C.racie Boyd. S. both of Waahingtor. Ret. N. T. Moore. I Alfred'A. Hunt. 49. and <>ra Wella. 40. both of ' Washing!or. Rer. J. L. Pinn. Lloyd Coleman. 25. and Brttie Connor. C both of Washington. Ra*. R. T. Taylor. Charge Allotments Discon tinued, But Still Deduct ed from Men's Pay. Democrat# and Republican# in thf House vied with each other yesterday < in condemning the War Department and War Risk Insurance Bureau for holding up allotment# made by aol ! diem to their dependent#. The caus | tic arrangment was made during o* | bate on a bill by Representative ' SaunArrs. Democrat, of Virginia, f J direct the War Department to re&uoM payment of allotment# which wers I suspended la#t July, when tbe War I Department called for net* authori zation? from the soldiers for pay i menu from that time forward. Ta# bill wai passed unanimously. Mr. Saunders said' ?'Under the original authority, the War Rink Insurance Act. hundred# and thousands of soldier* filed the j proper authority with the Bureau of War Risk Insurance directing th?*e allotments to be paid out of their Pay. Then when the War Depart mest took over the jurisdiction they discontinued payment of every eoi dler s allotment without regard to what had been in progre## before that time. They took It up with organization commanders and desired them to oal! the attention of the soldier* to the fact that a new authority of allot ment, was necessary. Many Hi ever 'Notified "There. are today thousands of sol diers who have not only never filed | a new authority of allotment, but j never were aware of the fact that it ! M as necessary to file tiny #uch au I thority." "I wish to say." Mr. launders eon jtlnued. -that It is # fair eatimate to I assume that today there are from tl.flOf'.OOO to $5,cec.m Of discontinued (allotments in the hands of the V?r j Department a* the result of the dis continuance of payment on ikdr part." Notwithstanding the fact that the allotments have been discontinued. Mr. Saunders declared that in nearly all ra*e? that have come to hi* notice the War Department has continued to deduct the amount of the allotment from the pay of the soldier. I No explanation of the reasons for discontinuing the allotments ever has , been given by the War I . part men t. Ihe charged. UeprejM-ntative Mann, of Illinois. Republican floor leader, was especially severe in his criticism of the govern*- | j ment department? responsible for these conditions He haid: ('alia fours*- Outrare. "T do not undertake t? say Just where the blame lies, but it has I been a gross ami burning outrage. ' These people at home. <?r some of them, have stiff* red fcr fi?.?d, many | have suffered for i*J:incnt. many* have suffered for heat, and many have been taken rare of a* a mat- | ter of charity by th< ir neighbor* or the Red Cffrss." Mr. M*lnn said he h*id discovered i that the great duty ?.f the esecu* ! tive branc h of the government i# !not to do a thing but to give ex* cusea why it does not do it." He continued: "While the Quartermaster Gen eral's office knew enough about It to deduct thr amount of the allot ment from the soldier's piy. it do.?s | n-'t know enough about it to war rant it to pay the amount deducted to dependent*. Nothing more ridlc- I ulous could be imagined. IJ-'mebody ?ought to be blamed for it." PRESIDENT'S APPEAL FOR $100,000,000 FOR RELIEF GIVEN JOLT CONTIM Ef> FROM PAGE ONE. request for unanimous consent, and ! that it Involves a tax of SI per capita j on every man. woman and child ?n | the I'nited States, for purpose# that ; we do not understand. I cibject to j unanimous consent. We have a great j deal of distress and suffering in the | I'nited States. I will not withhold J my objection to unanimous consent to | take HOOflOftnnn end give It to people in unknown lands for unknown pur ; poses. j Representative Frederick H Gillott. | ranking minority member of the I Appropriations Committee, announced IJ his opposition to the bili Represen I j tative William Gordon. iVniocrat, of : Ohio. and Representative John W L?angley. of Kentucky, alao came out against the bill. Flirht In Senate, too. In the higher body Senator Smoot said: *1 desire to say that I am positive that the Appropriations Com l.mittee of the Senate is not going to j ' report in favor of the appropriation I ? of fU4.mc.000 for the feeding of the j stprvlnc peopi- of Furone unless they I j have more Information than they hare I in their possession today. j Senator Borah replied: "ThCre is a vast amount of com j fort in that assurance.'* 147 NrW FLU CASES REPORTED YESTERDAY Health Officials. However. Think Disease Is on Decline. 1 A total of 147 new ca?es of influenza (^'?e reported to the District Hc#.ith office for the 21-hour period endlnsr at ji 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, as com pared with a total of forty-five for i the preceding day. j Although the above figures repre i sent an increase of 102 cases, the com , bined total for the past two day a J represents a decrease over the pre j ceding 4ft-hour period. A tota! of flf I teen deaths from Influenza were re 1 ported to Dr. W. C. Fowler for Mon . dav. the last day for ahi^h fipurea ' are available. I Health Department official* stated yesterday that whije they cannot state definitely what effect the present weather will have on the ihfluenaa sit uation. they are of the opinion that on the whole the situation I* much improved and the dlseaae is on the decline in the Diatrlct. McAdoo Off for West; Will Return on April 1 Director of Kailronrts McAdoo left* Washington yesterday with his family for California, where he will rest for two months. "I expect that the President win desiRnate my aucceaaor as Director General of Railroads within a few days." he said "Meanwhile 1 shall continue to discharge the responsibili ties of the office and Assistant Direc tor \yalker D Hines will be In imme diate charge at Washington. I e? pect to take up my residence tn New York City about April 1 and to resume the practice of law."