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The W ashingion Herald I pEA}? FQR PROFITS USE FOR RE ULTS Phone Maui 3300 THE23NHERALD at m Kl???otb ?tre?t. *??htB*ton. D. C. T?l??Son? Cichanr* ? Call Mal? "*? (for cl*?sifl?d ad??rtt??ni?oU *?k for Branch 1). _ Kminr Aodti Btintg of Clrcai? Hon. CLASSIFIED RATES J - ? ?!*?* mammOHb? .... T W :s :?? rv? W>*nOfl RtPRIIHTtTTTW *** 8 t Bt'L^tAl- .UC.VCt Tort OSxa InlxiM ??? Ok* r>iBm TtttaM Bid*. Dwmt Otta. m F"rt EU4l K Latt OfW. TMwl B?m Bl/1? 3Z LOST. ww-Buanns uast>ba<; Berwt:E5 K, H. \?w Jersey arenas or on New Jersey avenue oar bafor* r?rhinff California ?wr/a and Llght?a?th atr^set. OnctAias go-rernment p**s sad current. RcttvtcL MISS CARTER, Apt. <1. Gibraltar. felMt LO?-lOftli?Wl'W; H.U.1 UOLl> AM> blue enamel, on Friday. in F and 11th street shopping dirtrrt. Howard far return ar tele phone APARTMENT 31. the Oordova. fell-* LMt ^LTust CAT: HaI> Gto\?N; one hind foet white, strayed from ltd Bllt more x. nw., Thursday rooming. Please re turn. Reward Phone Col <33B fe*-ft LOGT-N?AR PFTWURT1. rtOOE OF HIE aid receive. Pvtw return to Hersld office CIRCTLATIOS DEPARTMENT ?s?ti HELP WANTED?MALL WINDOW TRIMMER: CAPABLE man with experience, originality and initiative, to take entire charge of windows and interior display; one with thorough training as assist ant will be considered; good sal ary; good opportunity. KING'S PALACE. 810 7th st. nw. fe!2-2t MACHINISTS. BOILERMAKERS. white and colored laborers. Ap ply Ivy City Shops. ja7-tf ELDERLY WHITE MAX TO ANSWER phone end k^ep show room in order; short honrs: Miry r.lD per week. Addre? BOX TCB. Herald office. fell-Jt H Slil E MEN WANTED FOR OUT" a?de w.<rk; good proposition for hard worker* ApiJy Mr. BUCK. Herald offico. fell-* STRONG BOYS^SIXTOVER-1 to learn trade; $8.00 per week to start. Apply Mr. Miller. WASH INGTON SHOW CASE EX CHANGE, 13th st. and Ohio ave. f nw. fe8-7t GOOD POSITIONS OPEN AS CONDUCTORS AND MOTORMEN PERMANENT WORK GOOD PAY Special consideration given appli cations of ex-soldiers and men hav ing previous experience. Apply Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 to 12 A. M. Instruction Department, Washington Railway and Electric Company, 14th and East Capitol sts. fe2-14t HELP WANTED?FEMALE. SHIPPING CLERK Wanted a thoroughly experienced shipping clerk, who can keep re I cords, route up deliveries; one who has held similar position preferred. Apply Mr. Waldman. M. BROOKS & CO., 1109 G st. nw. fe!2-2t BOOKKEEPER One who understands double entry bookkeeping and has a knowledge of typewriting, to act as assistant. Apply to Mr. Waldman, M. BROOKS & CO.. 1109 G St. nw. f e 12-2t trail y located"*apart men t; family of adult*: food wag?-s. Frank. 5^68. fe$-^t wanted -<;?.<kral HoCseworkek ki>r adn't>- 2912 YlcKinlry at.. Obery Chase. Phooe i'lpreland 652 fe7-7t HELP WANTED?Male and Female 'PHOTOS KrUSUTK! ^Finished promptly. BROOKS, i.VQ F st. nw. ja^8-9Qt WANTED?AGENTS. ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL BOOK. IU.IS trated. World War History, pictorial. Thew bonks having enormous sale. Our agent* do ing biggest business. (Jet with litest house; best terms, outfits free. R. L. PHILLIPS PUBLISHING CO.. Chicago. IU.; Philadelphia. Pa.; Atlanta. Ga.; Waco. Texas; Denver, CoKx. Butte. Mont. Address nearest office. fe9.13 Salesmen ami agents wanted to sell our ?eas. coffee, apices and extracts to our old customers on established routes on comnuasior and na'.ary. Write for our propo sition and samples. C. L. 8TAPLES Jt CO., EVj*. II. Clinton. Iowa. feS-St SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE. Position wanted by colored chacf feer: best of references available. Call phone ' ?! anfti-i 7.0*-: faU-R FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RtNT large beautifully FUR nished front room with private ,bath; five windows; in exclusive neighborhood; $60 per month. Call North 3019. ja.l9-tf IT!? BTM. W.. GD-LARCE WELL ri'K :*hed trcnt room next to bath; a. m. u t'boos Coi. SSBO. fell-Tt FURNISHEBrqqms for rent HOW lo rent YOUR *OOM! Do you want 0 rent your room? You can <i so by call ing up the Real E?t?e Dept. of The Washington HerJd. Phone Main 3300. \ v APT. 16. 2129 I8TH ST.^Tw^I Comfortable, well-furnish^ room, adjoining bath; phone; ?team heat; hot water; Southern ^pos ure; good view; no other ry>m ers; 20 minutes' walk to Treasty; ' references exchanged. Call No?h 1043. fe 12-1 Tjj Ni-w jemgEY ave., large fab.-i roam, boat and U^ht. Appiy after 5 p.m. fall* FST. N. E. 318?a TWCTROOM suite with three single beds, suit able for three gentlemen; bath. Line. 4480-J. fe 12-7l 1207 GIRARD~N. W.?DOUBLE room, twin beds, electric lights, steam heat; 'two gentlemen. Co lumbia 921. fe!2-7t MONROE ST. NW.. 1349?NICE ly furnished front room, adjoin ing bath; second floor; private home; one or two gentlemen; reasonable. Col. 4705-J. fe9-7t S2 1ST ST. N. W.?ONE LARGE FRONT I room; furnished; :ui table for two; beat, ca? and hot -rater. fel0-9i lilt PA. AVE NW.. BET 1*TB AND 15TH sts.-Niceljr furnished front room, neat to bath. Phone Franklin TS99. fet-Tt I 32* L ST. N W ?CUM PORTABLE""ROSSfl | adjoining bath, for two; williin walking dia j tanco from depts. Call bet. 5 and 6 p. m. Phone w?*c iOi-J. fel 1-71 LADY MAY GET KOOM AND 'OAKLI in pri?a e family, in vicinity of Lincoln Park, if trilling to occupy room with young ? married lady, whose husband is in France. ' W) 00 per month. Address W. C. F.. care HthM office. jan7 tf WANTED?APARTMENTS. FIHMSHED. HOCSEKtEPING APARTMENT, TWcToB three rooms, bath and kitchenette, wholly or partly furnished; walking du-iaaca or con?cnieut to car line. Write all particulars. BOX 231. herald office deJl-tf WANTED?HOUSES. DESIRE A HOME. PREFERABLY or eight rooms, tn the northwest section. Address ?(, CBOWL, 1128 Park road nw. Co ?umbu 5813 ia2l-tf REAL ESTATE. Some Day a H nn? oi ln?estmenr at CABIN JOHN PARK! why not Today? For plats, illustrated buoka. tad fnil rartaeo to?- artr?H? W *Tm> Ufl 'ow prtees. w o? write 1. S. TOMLINSON. SOCTBEKN BUHI MAIN t?J 81a a*w fiocaes ?nd bungalows ready for ta ?i*ctl?n. r.-tD to t2.50t Easy terms sod-ty WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED ? TWO-TON TRUCK ice wagon, to be in perfect con dition; reasonable. Call 1315. fe 12-5t OUR TA8K WAS COMPARATIVELY EASY i to buy the stock of men's worn suits, oier i coats, pants etc, that we row own, and the ?ock to be bought is to be paid for we know, and ha*e prepared a good big bunch of cash *11 for yon and other good drvspere. Phone us to call. JFSTH'3 OLD STAND. 619 D. fet-lt WHY Throw y<?u old clothes. We pay j you fancy price* Will eail for goods, kl. TENDLJLU, ^ **? " * - Franklin 37S&-J. )a23-90t FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. TINNER'S TOOLS AND 8MALL STOCK; ~A I niAIX^Ltor 4 UnnCT aod pl'unbec; cheap j rent. Call between 9 JO and 12. 1001 O it. nw. I . _ fel2-3t \>OKKINGMk.> - LET HLsTLER'S MARK U? most of the good raJne that we are .celling hlrtlr " niCTO^T"W ? h*r9 to be higher, and chances are that some one ut making the extra caah. Uit we stick to low prices and sell lota of new pants S utx jrsTH'B OLD STAND. 61S D at. fel^U* .v.Nllyih, STtiEL E.MiKA \ INUS (jp Presidents for gale; wonderful and cheap; call after 5:30 p. nu, or phone 7825. 1327 10th *- PW fell-Jt FOR SALE.-1 UL6tt Atiop OUTFIT: ALL in . first class order. King Building U S > Heine. City. ? " (ellJ; WHEN YOB WANT TO SELL SOMETHING OR IF TOO WANT TO BUY SOMETHING. AN AD ARRANGED BY US IN A WAY THAT CAN T MISS WILL TURN THE THING FOR YOU. PHONE MAIN 3300. GASOLINE ENGINE - 4-HORSEPOWER, New Majestic, on skids for truck 622 7th f" ? 1 St. 9W, BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. SKIRTS. 1KU8IC. OLD VIOLINS RESTORE!* NEW~vT5UN^ ? cotrectcd; expert bow repairing. J. M. HOP LfcR. O ?. nw. AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR CO. Our SOLE aim is tc ave you money. Great Reduction Sale on All Tailor-made Skirts All latest styles and desigrns. * We have a large variety t>f sam ples and styles to choose from. If you are looking for a neat, classy, stylish and Inexpensive skirt we can suit you admirably. S. FAINMAN. ?12 H St. X. 12. i Electric chinery does I the work while you wait 1029 HOW TO SELL OR BUY USED CARS 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. 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. Write or Phone Main 3300 LIBERTY BONDS and WAR SAVINGS STAMPS BOUGHT We Will Also Buy Partial Payment Cards. Central Building, Room 11 ?Cor. 9th and Pa. Ave. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. " 1 \ gLECTIUCAL WIRING IS YOUR HOUSE WIRED? Tf not ask t0 give you tho comiete coat. PRANK GLASCOX ELECTuC CO.. 1405 14th St. N. W. Main 120 Corau:tiog Doctric*!i Iaw, Conflict s'' e,c- im n?, i'hoci. Franklin 3006. f?M0t CARLISLE EXCHANGE Best Candies Exctaaire Agenta fcr MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES Tt7 Our Goodies Mr*. Id. Blair. S006 Hth at. WINDOW SHADES. BEST 1150 glALllT Oil, OPAQUE WIN dow ihadce, Hartshorn rollers measured, made and hung by factory experts, for 5L THE SHAPE SHOP. T3J2th st. Ph. M. 4874. PRINTIWG. FOR SATISFACTORY i'KUTlSfTT"SEASON able prices, cali O. rm KT1NG CO.; prompt aemce. franklin 7171. 436 aw gt. aw.' MO-i* , BrsINESS CARDS. i? CALLING CABDP. 39C.; 100 BCSIN?*? J carta 69c. Card case free. EAKLE WATN^j H st. nw.. Washington. D. C. Jtfrtt j PUSTE?UM(i. LMil* u* t"? PLASTERING 1 Do Jobs at All Kinds Franktta I740-W. 612 1 U~ nw. W. H. FAIR ALL. GENERAL HOUSE REPAIRING. Carpenter and Contractor Alteration* and new work done fcr reaaonabls price* Apply 612 M at. nw. Phone Nortb 1010-J. Ja23-90t EXTERMINATORS. Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! 20th Century Insecticide Will no your heme of roacbes. ants, water bugs and bedbugs. ? will call and cltan your borne of roacbea, guarantee for one year tor St50, or refund your money. Bold by druggists ? or A. M C.. CO../W1 N. X. are. ilaln 2062. ' ial7-9Dt IMPORTED LACES PLIMBING. A. W. HAGERMAN JOBBING REMODELING QCALITX FIRST. Franklin ?32 11B Hth st nw. JalMOt AUTOMOBILES Washington Anto Exchangt AntoweMIet, Tire*. Aeeeeeerie^ Repair*. Trneka. Trailer?. Stae ?ae. Taxis. Aota Glaaa. Ga ragra. Batterlea. Etc. TROUBLE (Wi*h you* Batteries eaaifo remedied by our persona, serrice. Well 'keep youi Batteries In perfect conditiot TESTING FREE. Repairing Recharging. THE BATTERY SPECIALISTS E. H. BACER CO., 63? O St M.in 9181 AUTOS FOR 1IRE. VIM TRUCKS By hour, day week or month. See me for reasonable prices Phone Franklin 1546-W A HIT* 2? M at ?w. de21-ti FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. 1918 TOURING CAR; IN A-1 condition, with accessories. Call L. BESSELL, 1133 Morse st. ne., or phone Lincoln 6117-J. fe12-!t DETROIT ELECTRIC, IN OOOD OONDI tion; price reasonable. On view at Emersoc & Orme Garage Phone North 4134, apt. .62 fe!2-2t Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. m M Broad at., Philadelphia, Pa. 1.000 cars to select from?1918, 1917, 1916 models, In til makes, $230 up. Catalogue free on re quest. 1918 FORD CAR. EQUIPPED with 1-ton Smith Form-a-Truck attachment; in first class condition; will sell reasonable and on easy terms. Call RECORD AUTO CO., 133 Penn. ave. Main 23. j*22-ti AUTOMOBILES. E AUTO ACCESSORIES. ASTERN AUTO~ SUPPLY CO. Owing to the steady return to pre-vrar prices we afe able to give you a full and complete line of ; Auto Accessories and AJax Tires. HARRY BUELL, 522 8th St. S. E., Triple Traction Treads ! Don't t'irow ree. Bring tbem to ya ***. iirm with rulcaniunj r give S.OCt . additional * ' ree. puno- ; ture-proof. ?-*4b4 t **w Get our pr? ? -.14 r-fnrttloo. ! Speedw*, I e Rr;reading Casr.panv, 1100 XlKth it- o i. xv. RETREADING Retreading ps :f ? ;s done rij;ht. Let us *c .'?*>r vou. GIBSON TIR" S." I 0.. 33 H St . tt y AUTO Ri F ? "acme wacon a SO PA. Avtj Vk rrr\'.ck bodies to fit a* t + Sati*-I 'ten*** guaranteed. Im? en ai CENTRAL AUTC'^VpiVY CO. 1004 PA. AVE. j MAIN 784 Our reputation, j Knr>wr to thousands, has iri ' r wn N - - DAW & P 1362 D ST Phone Frank' in . ^j (ENERAL AUTO Kf . ? .q C^bon Removed. H f- ,-J?r AUTO PAINTLN r AUTO PAINT SHUp ? I 414 Uuk . M. ' J. II. BOUDE fV*. U'4.' Ml I PAINTING AND l.J-i ~| IF IN THOI BI.E ? *1.1- 1 ~ | CHARLES 0H Cied caw bought r ?' - 3D4 Proev*ct tie. aw. " I. ' MACHINIS MACHINE -tO". Autaaaobilee repaired and c- ? **U- ?> Xf to refrigeration puape and i >?Ji x azt J. L. 0NEY ? 5 Franklin ?T7S. ?!!?. ? ;?? PERSONA ,i MAKING WINE ANi k AT H0MF Simple and expl ? \+ rt . (Copyrighted.) Cost of making tw> r*' beer 75 cents. Not??ve i cent of alcohol. Cat* be ,r , r two weeks. For reope nt '?*' The American Joy ^ 2603 Mozart P^acf, (Phone. Col. .lW.f LIBESi Y CO BO ? ih ,h BON5S!! Bou; (r<? Cash [R] BY PI EVAv pWTv B * * B?X !7(f ,r;AL Dr.. refit SPE iAt icT 804 SEVENTELNm 4trfvt OVER 30 YFARS iMMfHl Practice *1 Nenou. ud Spma , ?' CUn**, .... v, " " ?JM Means Healtr ' J.? u ... e - r?> cm,, o > ' V. ou Sut? tm. Pita. Thro. W J*"* ' ud 8*11 Olsess **n_ nn* Erupt ton*, '-fj . J"* to L t? ?",,? ChirfA^ni r^5KIBe rumahed CONSU! IA :0N FRE? , Bought tor cash tt 14 316 Washington l^u (? MdesU\ei 1 and M at*, nw. ; )' ^ Buying. +L . PERSONALS. Old-Fashioned Herbs The herb is purely a vegetable proauct and cm have no bad eflect upon the system It puriflea tba b.ood. u>nae up tha tem, replenishes tbe aid teya, thereby relieving llrtght's Disease. Gravel. Rheurratiam. Sciatic^ Lumbago. Couibi and Colds. M. A. LOUIS & SONS, tbe^/n'S b^S,UC^"? MtMW DIVORCES 1 am a akilled inveatigator in all branches of DETECTIVE WORK Dltoreee ar* my specialty. Linguist; absolute secrecy main tuned. also dyil criminal and foreign travel work solicited. MADAME ENA MEO 1733 U at. nw. Call Day or Night MADAM PARKER Gifted Palmist and Clairvoyant, gives adrlce oo all affairs <* life. She aaka no questiona. but will tell you what you want to know. You will be wiser and happier after seeing her Satit faction or no charges, Readings. (1.0b. HOURS 10 A. M. TO ? P. M. 1H1 E at. nw.. between 12th and I3tb ata. ja30 90t MADAMETA BLANC Electrical Massaging and hcalp Treatment. Manicuring. J a in. to > p. m., except bun- j day APT ?. 23 H BT. NW. )al>-tOi new york Beauty shop ~ | 1086 F at. nw PLone Franklin i35tt. Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop LSD 18th at. nw. Phone North WTJ-J Hoars B JO a. m. to T p a. Strictly SaniUry. Cnder a Profeaaional Nurae deMfc _ I Economize on Your Moving Tor reliable quirk service on local and k?g diatance moving call on A. BITE. 532 Si at aw. Phone Prankhr 1M4-W deg-tt j FLORA MAE Manleoring. acalp treatmei t. abampooing and | facial manage. 1418 W St. N. W.. Apt. 31. | ja23-30t Skin Affections a Specialty Edema, acne, pimples, lupus, etc. Local tn mora and caneers; no cutting. l>r NICHOL SON. 130c II at. nw. 10 to 1; 3 to 7. ]al*-90t drTgRaham " CHIROPRACTOR Warder Building. Ii2 >tb at nw. Office boura. 9-12-14. MISS ARVEBERG MANICURING AND SCALP TREATMENT Hours 10 a.m. to I p.ax M at. nw. N. 4A* Jal2-90t SPIRITUALISM. Licensed by tbe Diatnet of Columbia. Psychic and Vocational Expert, Dr. Charlotta Jeanne WHY NOT CONSULT ONE OF AM BR ICA'S most correct mediums? Advice in regard to health, success and bappineaa. If you are ill or di*o?iraged an anai>-sis of your case will help ycu immediately. Of fice hours 11 a. ra. to 8 p. m. 1402 to*e at. nw. Room 1. Franklin 7617-J. PALMISTRY. ? PALMISTRY u> a recognised science, and R1ZPAH LLDON ia known aa one of ita great?at exponents. Hun dred* viait thia remarkable woman daily. Oooa plots readings, with sccurste Ceacription of what your band foreteila. enly $1. Reception parlors N. E. corner of 6th & G nw.. entrance 6th at Uoura 10 a. m. to 10 p ?. delUfc PROF~WRTGFfl ~~ Palmist and Clairvoyant. PriTate reading daily; aatisfsction riaranteed Hours, 11 a. m. to s p. m. Phone Main li*. 612 F at cw delS.W PELMONT? Scientific palmi*t and clairvoyant, can be cow vlilted on all affairs of life. Readinga. |1 ?? New York ave nw . between I2tb and 13th ata. Houra. 10 a. m to 8 p. m. drf?40t mrTXrthan." Noted platform teat medium Headings daily on all affairs of life, tells everything; beat a.1 viwr ??ee him. you will make no mi*akt. : Stidiaa. 509 G at. nw. deil m SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. FRANK THBf>DORB ALLEN. DIRECTOR. Astrological Research Society. Private Read ings. by ar**>intment only. $? Tjpe written Forwasta. by mail S5 ujv Expert Vocational Ad \iaer. 113 E &t- nw. Phone Franklin 6S2H jal^tft FRANK THEODORE ALLEN. 8C1ENHHU aatrologer (director. Astrological Research So ciety). Priaate readings, by appointment only. H Typewritten readings, by mail. and up. Ill E st. nw. Phone Franklin 6821 :alfr-*?t SPECIAL NOTICE. $1.50 Window Shades, $1 00 Our big apecial-Finest 11 50 Oil Opaqoe Win dow Shades. Hartshorn rollers: measured, made and bung by factory experta. Only $1. Order The Shade Shop, f? W STOKEd SAMMONS, Proprietor. fel-W PtTBt.IC STENOGRAPHER MISS LOUISE PAGE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL 800 b st. nw. Phone Franklin 7770. In After 6 p. m ja24-90t MOVING. PACKING. STORING. CENTRAL TRANSFER CO. 1331 H St. N. W. Baggage and Light Hauling Wm. W. Danenhnwer. Jr.. Franklin 756. Night call M. J9"-* Our Motto?"Sprvicc ?Our Motto SMITH'S TRANSFER ?TTs5Tf^T and storage CO. 55...2SJ NORTH 3312, N 8348. -~H N 3344 Night or HJll-tftlr ?iS^ Frankllo SMI. ^ LAJNU-UloTANCE MOVING. SAFETY FIRST. iUtMJLLTHL* ITlBITHKoOk UTOBAMt. Ro-Tia O .no ou Mo?in| ?o" KilTCP STATES ?TilRAi:? CO 41?-? 10U ft a* Pbooe. ? ICT ?oH rt^ntlu Xg U MOVING We furnish largr- pa<lded vans and oarsfoJ mtm to handle yoor goods. PACKERS of fu mi tore, pianoa eOina. Wo a brai etc F.xperienced mm only 8HIPP1NG to all parts of the world. STORAGE foe tarolrore tnanoa and bouaw hold eo: -da KRIEG'S EXPRESS REFRIGERATORS. ICE B0X?S. REFRIGERATORS That Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO, We build to order any ?t*e rcfricerator or cooling room. 61 I F St N. W. Frahklin 2757. EDUCATIONAL. FIRST GRADE CIVIL BERVICE EX Agi nation* for Feb. 14. 36 and March 1 Tuition (or entire coum for the* examinatiooa. R. The CIVIL 8UIVICB PREPARATORY 8CHOOU te. cor. 12th and F it?. Franklin 2060 ja3&-?K Keep Your War Job By taking our special abort courses in stenography, typewriting, book- , keeping and civil aervice. Individual J Instruction. THE DRILLERY 1100 N. Y Av* Voice Builder. Teaehei of Singing. .X*> O STREET N W. fell HOTELS AND CAFES. SHEPHERD HOUSE CORNER IOth and E BTS. NW. Room and Board. Tabl* board. <1 00 a Day laB ** DONT FAIL TO Visn 11 Thf Handsomest Ret. La ur ant in WMtlfMl THE REPUBLIC Oriental. China* i ->d Am??n Diabsa. The beat tha market can allord at reaaooawi 1,1 Open from U a. m to 1 a. JR. ___ Reservation telephone. Franklin TTW 910 F street nortbw 8ECOHp FLOOR. 52Zortoniquc Restaurant Unmet 4v ctuu, lunciieon. 40 ccnia Special feundaj Dinner* Southern Home Coo kins Can Accommodate ? Few More Tub* ttoardera Sit Pa s?e. ow. MONEY TO LOAJL MONET TO LOAN??!50 TO 1500.000 on D. C. n*J t?Ul? S???ral mat fui>d?. All transaction* oondacted with economical consid- < eraUou lor borrower* WVI H HAr.NDF.R8 * CO.. Southern Building. 807 1Kb bt- N. W leJ-OTt. | I uosm TO lAJA.y Oft APPl???VED i.lTt real ?*UU at low??t current it? V&* pnn>r* with rmpect to ur?- wjwnU ? TTLEH * HI TUF.HKORD lac . Ill MM ?L H PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE OOMMIS8IO!fUtS OF the District of Columbia. February 8th. W*. Sealed prop**:a will be r?rei?ed *t the oflic* of the secretary U> the B-?ard of Commisaionera. Room 511 District Building, untU 2 o'clock p m.. MONDAY. March 3. 1919. for laying cement sidewalk* in the District of Columbia. Forma ot prupoaala. Rpedhcationa. together with necew-j ' sary information may be obtained frt*n the Chief Clerk. Qigineer 1 department. Boom C7. District Buildup LOUIS BROWNLOVV. W. ttWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES W. KLTZ. ! O/mmiaBioner*, D. C. fell.12.13J4.15.17 ' DEPARTMENT oF THE INTERIOR. Gov ernment Fuel Yards, Bureou of Minea. Wash ington. D. O.. February 7, 1919. Sealed pr> p??al? in duplicate will be recited up to SAT- j URDAY noon. February 15. lfl?. upon which s contract will b? baac-d for the coal reqoireoMBts of the Federal and Municipal Governments j within and couuguoaa to th? District of Oo | lumbia for the remainder of the fiscal year and i mg June 30, 1919. The requirements will be ' 40 000 tons, more or lew. of New River and Po | c*hontas. snd 50.000 ton*, more or leaa, of Maryland. Pennsylvania or Northern Weal Vir ginia coal*. Specifications may be had by ad drewang the Chief Engineer. Government ?->iel | ! Yard*. Room 137. Interior Department BrnM i trig. umH OF THE COMM18ElO.Nt.Ks. Tils | tnct of Crlumbia, February 7, 1919. Seaied i proposal* will be received at the office ot tha | secretary (* the Board of Commiaaiooera. Rcota i I 511, Diatrict Building, until 2 o'djck p. m.. | ? February 21. 1919. for constructing a Head H use and Sl ed, for the Norfolk and Waahington j Steamboat Company, located on Water street, at the foot of Seventh street aouthwe*t. Blank forms of propuMl, plan*. ^ecificaUons and all necessary information may be obtained from the Chief Clerk, Ergineer Department. Room 427, Diatrict Building. Washington. D. C. A depo*t of five do'.lars will be required from bid- 1 dera to insure the return of the plan* and speeiflcaUons. LOCIg BROWN LOW. W. GWYNN CABDINER. C. W. KLTZ. Comm a sioncrs, D. O. fe?-6t WRECKERSAND BUILDERS. WE WUEi-K AIL KINDS OT BULD1SOS. A B TOVP80N. IS? E ? at ?oE.!?tI FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Floral Tokens. Art-stic?ex preM ?e?tne x penai ?e. Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street Prompt auto deliver? FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS Memt*.> 03 invttatii'b .Natiuai -eieceu Mor uainj Senicee rendered m all parta at UM I Imted *t?te? t>> ?peoaJ repreaectativaa Telephone ? Main 6512-5513 17SO-32 Pa. Avenue. DIED. WEBSTER?On Monday. February 10. 1919. at 11:25 a. m., JOHN WEB STER. beloved husband of Mary Pemberton Webster and father of Elsie Webster Fay and Raymond Webster. Services at the chapel of J. William Lee's Sons on Wednesday, Feb ruary 12. at 2:30 p. m. REID?Suddenly, on Monday, Feb ruary 10, 191?. EDWIN CLAR ENCE, beloved husband of Mlttie Adele Reid, In the ?th year of hi* ase. Funeral from his late residence 4< W street northwest, Wednesday. February 12, at 2 p. m. Interment private. DEATH RECORD. WHITt Fwdfrick J. KTrier. 45 yfrt 13"! Md. ?>? I Claodla WlUon. X rf.ri. 173 Coiu-nbi. rf. C.pers A. Scn?l. 19 J.?r? W?!t? Hwd Bnpl I '..reree L. Bled. 68 year*. 47 W it. nw. Catherine E. L?mer. 7? sen* ICS R ?t- n?. Lot. B. Ril*y. ?S yew. EoenwC! H*!*. John (i*llMber, W S?r?. Libt-J P?rk U. 8. Soldiers' Home. ' Annie CulUnan. SO years. 322 lltli at. nw John M. Rlghter : year?. 533 11th tV *e. NichoU De Btefsno. 46 year* Tuberculoais Hoept. Marjraret M. Pugh, 36 year*. 1303. 4^ si. sw Jenifer L. Updik" 1 day. 1? Mush. a?a ne. COLOKED Marie Stevenson, 18 yeara. 1430 D at se. TbeQtlore Lomax. 1 year, 1615H 6tb st. nw. Maria Xaah. 40 year*. St. Elizabeth Hospt. Annie Gainea, 41 years, 11M Half st. ct. Reginald Ottery. 31. Freedafen's Ho*rC Charley Banks, 45 yearn. Fre?*dm?i s Hospt Maria Blackwel! ? years. 3H T ?t. nw. Bugene P. Morgan, 5 m on tha. JJ11 L st. nw. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE Mai-Tin LaB/* and Pamlyn E *,orre11- ^ IMward T. and Catherine E. Windham, boy. Webster ?pd Annie B. Spate*, boy. Robert B. and Lens B. Bichter boy Loum J. snd Katie Raehach. girl. Henry B. and Uma Meysra. girL Harvey W. and Myrtle l^rrick. boy Mike and Catherine Hioa. girt. Thomas and KWe C.raham girt. William A and Rose V. Dixon, boy. Samuel snd Gertrude Burak, boy. Roscoe C. and Jane Bangs, girt. Edward A. and Mary M Ackeewan. boy. COLORED Frederick and Veada WitaM. girl. Jofcn H. and Jeralean Smith, girl. James B. and Georgme C. Morris, boy. Edward L. and Irene John eon, girl. Walter R. and Doee Fruklia. boy Junes H. and Maggi" M. Cannon, girl. James W. and Nicy CsmugtOn. flrL Samuel and Dla Austin, boy. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. William F. Trowbridge. 30. and Emma Murray, 20, both ot Washington. Rev. J. H Mulligan. Alfred J. Clark, a. and Alice M. Bints, *> both of Washington. Rev. A Cornoliasen. Harold J. Dsnjrer. 22. and Bum ace Taylor, It. both o( W'aahingVu. Be*. H. F. Downs. Edward H Hmi, 23. of Washington. and E frsda H. Zull. 2Z. of Brooklyn. N. T. Bsv. J. H. Dunham. Earner G. Blatlsr. 20. and Elsie B. Kleln heim, 2D, both of Washington. Rev. R. Rctanidt. Hunter D. Marshall, 3, of Waabinfton. and Mabel A. Oestreicb. 27. of St. Paul. Minn. Ret. J. F. WcncteU. Walter F. Rodrigusa, 25, and Anns M. Carney, 25. both of New York. N Y. He* J. W. Dsil> John W. licKanney. 42 and Loretu B. Well*. 43, both of Del Bay. Va. Rev J. H. Jeffrie*. Floyd E. Tatum. 21. and Alice V. Bat ton. 19, both of Richmond. Va. Re* H. T. Stevenson. Wellsety D. Armatage. 27, of lOw?piWia. Minn., and Mae C. Bonner 23. of Cincinnati, Ohia Rev. T. E. Davis. COLORED. Walter Dans, 2T. and Livinia Oo Ionian, S, both of Washington. Rev. J. J. Loving. Frank H. Holmes. 29. and Mary E. Wilson, 38. both of Washington. Rev. W. J. Robinson John E Proctor, 21, and Elisabeth <i. Pro - tor. 17. both of fcxen HiU. Md. Rev. J. E. Horstkamp. Henry linoobi. 3, and Elisabeth Boll. 2TV both of Waahingtou. Rev. T. Williams. Today's Casualty List. Wounded Sevrreiy. LIEUTENANTS. Eugene S. Little. Evington, Va. W. J. B. Young. Pennington Gap, Aid. George E. Grill. Woodlawn, Md Millard F. Neale, Baltimore. Md. Private Joseph E. Dove,, Boyce. Va. PRIVATES. Jesse Milhiser, Baltimore. Md. I Louis H. Slacum, Federale>burp, Md. I Ralph A. Slugs, Baltimore. Md. Claud L. Ridinger. Floyd. Va. | Cooper V. Tibbitt. Elkton, Md. Wounded Slightly. Homer F. Wilkinson. Winterp^ck, Va. I Herman Wolferman. Baltimore. Md. i George B Todd. Cambridge, Md. Thomas A- Mills, Baltimore, Md. Elbert W. Peele. Dublin, Va. | William A. Sligh. Lynchburg. Va. ! James H. Lynch, Norfolk. Va. Rufsel J. Wiley. Narrows. Va. John N. Rice, Baltimore, Md. i William J. Rohr, Staunton. Va. i San.uel L. Whitehead. Broadford, Va. [ Lewis P. Martell. Woodsboro, Md. THREE MEN ASSAULT DRIVER FOR BAKERY Ashberry Eshelman Victim of Ear ly Morning Attack. Three colored men attacked Ash berry Eshelmar., driver for a bakery, at Twelfth and F streets northwest. I yesterday morning, while he was de i llvering bread. | One threw a brick at the bakery I driver which landed on the left side i of hL* head, and Another stabbed him In the left side, police were Informed, i He drove to the Sibley Hospital for treatment. PARKER ADMITS LEAGUE ERRORS v 41 Protested Inaccuracies in Chart in Vain, Judge Tells Committee. Alton B. Parker, honorary rice pres ident of the National Security L* ague, n ade damaging admissions agalnft the league at yesterday a aesalon ot 1 tho spccial Congre-t-M.nai coramittoe investigating activity-a and motive? ft | the organisation. lie agreed with members of the com mittee that each cf the .sight acid-teat measure* used in preparing the politi cal chart put out by the league a a* unfairly const/ued and *hat the chart was replete wirh Inaocutacles Judge PaiV.er was inclined to defend . the league on tl.t ground that it warn . vithin ita rights in criticising pub*?c officials, but w*Mt confronted with tha* facts in connection with Ita political' campaign, as developed by the leagua*? own witnesses, he oculd not get away from the conclusion that it was un warranted in charging disloyalty against Congressmen who bad voted I contrary to ita views. Attcata Loyalty of Mrabrrt. "There is no question." the Jud~e declared, "that a man who voted all the measures sought by the admin istration would have bean loyaL" On the subject of whether or not the league actually participated In politics, the Judee was Inclined to j take the negative view. !?? forc I ed. however, to admit ^fcat the 11eajroe*s activities were furvdamentaJ ly political. Hi? defense of th1? was nj that it wa? not partisan In ita polit j leal efforta. Judge Parker testified that he had' 1 taken little part in the wortt of the i learue. Althouch honorary rice pres ident. he never saw the chart until after it was in circulation. Af'er seeing a copy, he protested to Pres ident Lydecker. TTii? protest wu considered by the executive commit tee. It failed of substantiation, by a vote of b to 6. WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN GAS-FILLED R90'?! Josephine Hertf Victim ?' ' cident. ??>:"? Coro->cr. TV,- bo<Sy of J'""1 I ^"a" rr" VSamJ ?v , riled room at 1 ^ afternoon t.ue nortbweat. J r.?tdent of ,h* j by Sarah Connor., a reHdenl I liou?e. ??rtlaHy turned I ?BDr F D Scheckle?. US* ... ?.i called and pro "ln til the W. mar dead. D*P<*F 1 r.ounced the w ,,.u*d a c?r Corcner K ?? 1 death. Funeral , tiflcate of *ccid ? been mad? | -ee.T.?tn?t? have I | Southeast TVashington Personal News Notes A. E. McKay and Edward J. New- j comb have been appointed a spccial committee of the Public Improvement Association of Congress Heights to make an attempt to secure better street car service. Mr. McKay reports that between 7 and 8 o'clock each morning persons1 residing in Congress Heights k must1 walk to. Portland street to board a street car. as ail cars are operated' from the steel plant during that time. J What the citizens want is a regular schedule of through cars. Upon thei suggestion of Gustave Bender the railroad command will be asked to furnish an additional car at night, to run about a half hour later than the. present schedule.. At present the last car passes Eighth and G streets southeast about! 12:30. which does not give employee of j the City Post Office. Government? Printing Office and Eureau of En-| graving and Printing who work until midnight, an opportunity to board this J car. consequently they muM wa'k a good distance to reach their homes. A car parsing this point at i o'clock j would be of great benefit, it is ?*aid. The association will participate in the home-coming celebratior to be held sometime in the near future. Ben"on Tayy>r. Francis Wahler and J. E. Joy will confer with other' southeast civic bodies with the view of joining with them in this move ment. A new heating system has been in-! stalled in the public school of the church. A request will be forward-! ed to the authorities that the owners iof the two old unused, unsightly ^rame j houses located at the end of the side walk on Nichols avenue in the su- . burb be removed, and also that the ruins of the old Crismond house on Wheeler road, which was partly de stroyed by fire, be torn down. Electa Chapter, No. 2, Order of the Eastern Star, met last night in the Masonic Hall. Fourteenth and V streets southeast. Degrees were con ferred. and at the close of the busi ness a soc'al Mrne was enjoyed. Plan* for 'he colonial evening ?o be held on February 25 were discussed. Mrs. Susie Newcomb. of Congress H^iights. has gone to Ancon, Canal Zone. Panama, to visit her son, How ard S. Newcomb, superintendent of j the government laundry at that sta- \ tlon. Members of the Pollvanna Club are arranging to prepare a special remem bra nee to be given every soldier or sailor who answered his country's call during the war and who resides in | the territory covered by the club. Miss Beatrice Eastwood, of 1380 Po tomac avenue southeast, was injured Monday night when struck by ? stresi car at Fourteenth street and New York avenue. The injury, however, was not serious. Rev. F. Gunnell. pastor of Esther Memorial Church. Congress Heights, has gone to San Francisco, where he expects to remain for several weeks. Miss Mary E- Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Stevenson. 1 died at her home last Sunday, follow- j ing a long illness. Funeral services j will be held this morning from the family* home. 1*30 D street southeast. Requiem masa will be Buns at St Cyprian's Church. Interment will b? In Mount Olivet Cemetery. Anacostia Council, No. 16. Junior Order of United American Mechanic, met last night in Masonic Hall. Four teenth and U street* southeast. The chief business to be transacted Includ ed the admission of candidates and receipt of applications. John (Jonnie) Hoffman, well-known as an alf-around athlete, gave a tur key roast with a large program of entertainment at hi* residence, 13T?5 Souih Carolina avenue, last ever.irg, on the aniversary of his thirty-eighth birthday. The program was as fol lows: Jc Br b^on, piano selections; Geo. Sander.?on,\bass solo; Joe Tomes. U. S. Navy, tenor songs; Samuel Skin* ner. leader of quartet singing; Harry Berkeley, buck and wing dancing; Lawrence Clark, Jokes, and Misa Mary Taylor, piano solo. Those present were. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses pwaithf-r. Mr. and Mrs. James Mclaughlin, Mrs. Frederick Renwick, sister of Mr. Hoffman; Mr. John Ren wick and wife; Charles Renwick and Miss Virginia Ba. sw?-U, Buddie Prath er and wife. Edward Skinner and wife, Mr. Taylor and wife. Earle Steel and Miss Mary Taylor. Mr. Sharks and wife. Miss J. Banks and Mist E. Copcrhaven. Samuel Shreve. Harry Cook. Andrew D. Taylor. Thomas Harris. William Blum, Ernest Pura rhrey. Charles Wright. William Ven able. W. Crist, Cliarles Ruppeil, L? ("Fatty") Clark. Mount Venon Council, No. 10. Junior Order of United American Mechanic*, in Washington Hall. Third and Pen?. sylvania avenue southeast, oonferred the three degrees of virtue, liberty and patriotism upon three candiadtes. the initiation being under the direction of* the new drill team, with music fur? nished by Mount Vernon Council's Band. Several visitors were preaent" from sister councils, including Deputy National Councilor Maurice Peabclv and Mr. Charles Shephard, of Far mers* Vech Council No. 72 of Virginia. At the close of the initiation the council held a "smoker." with addr? . - ses from prominent members of the Jr. O. U. A. M. Selections by the council's band and recitations by Past Councilor A. C. Tolumbua. Sand wtches and coffee snd cigars were served by the committee. UXATED IROM Nuxated trmm", asya Former Health Cmm missionrr Wff. 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