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?T>BBUN RKPRXSENTATIVM.
La,> MCKWITH SPECIAL aGBNCY.
HT Tot* 0*V?- IttbuD* Wit.
0*>?? X?ttan?i Bask Bid*.
LOST.
Ln?T_A sr BBR-NAan DOG AT BOS6LTK,
Vil. in? I! to of AKxrl. Ptoe r?en
to Wsehiagtoe aad Old Dominion Bagm
OffUm. Reward. jnUt
SUM Or MONET TW WlLLT
with am TV*. CL OumotfuB, botwewi
?4ghtk gtraat Md Pfcaowhaat* IWIM ud ftrt
??th M whim* Ubmi ranri for re
BOX Ml tfan oglea, ~ }u4 9
HELP WANTED.
TO HEAR THB FTJNNT WAT A CIOWD
1* -mtmn aad man ??? noC anted oo F c
r 0bank. Tth aad F>? a*. Soadaj night
Wt
HELP WANTED?MALL
wamted-ptpt rrriLKa helpers
HUU, War tod Nary Boildm* Seventeenth it.
aad P?air)niUA in aw. GEN FT RE EXT
r*<v Appty to aouth crmnti-r ju*-7t
WANTED-FIVE EXPERIENCED CYLINDER
rp?ni Nonunion, open shop. eight houm.
^%Urr SSD to V5 par wee* according to ability
Apply by wif# or letter to FREEMAN AD
\ LKTI8ING AGBNCY. Richmond. Va.
' luVJt
PERMANENT BSCPLOTMENT UNDER
food working -onditaor* for young aad mid
dle aged tarn who an ambition? to learn the
*raet Railway Buaneaa
WAGES FOR MOTORMEN AND
CONDUCTORS
^r* three month* Or per hour
Mast nine montha.? Me per hour
After ooe yaar <te per hour
Full erodit cm for former aarrice with
this company aad iSr PER HOUR GIVEN
TO MEN WHO RAVE HID ONE TEAR
'IE MORE CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE
WITH OTHER COMPANIES IN THE
PAT fIVB TEAR*.
- Atply Monday. Wednesday aad Friday he
taeeo 9 and U a. m.
KttPLOTMHNT AND INSTRUCTION
DEPARTMENT
Waahintton Railway 4 Electric Co.,
I3t.li and Eaat Capitol su.
'.o\ IRNMENT CLERH * EXAMINATION ,
'a 19 hundrede wanted: we r*nmre you1
i - y> ?o extra* Wnte PITTMAN CIVIL
KEiI\ ICE SCHOOL. Waahiogton. D. C.
jalXrr.aa.we.-M
SITUATIONS WANTED.
\\ VJfTk.lv- PlJkfk. AS SE.VMSTRE86. Apjiij
.?( HI ST X. E roUt
c6ok~or butler, private
family or lummer hotel; will
ing io leave city; good references.
949 25th si. nw. ju3?3t
STENOGRAPHER - SECRETARY.
Demobilized soldier, age 25, with
executive experience, desires re
sponsible position as private secre
tary or chief clerk. Expert stenog
rapher and typewriter. Will not ac
cept less than $2,000 per year, with
chance for advancement. Recently
regimental sergeant major in com
bat division; college man. Can
leave city. BOX 614, Herald office.
jyMf
ATTENTION!
WANT AD FREE.
To Soldiers, Sailors and Ma- |
rine?. We will insert your ad j
free of charge, to help you get
a position. Just phone Mafn
JJOQ?Classified Ad Dent.
Discharged Soldier would appre-,
ciate opportunity of working even- |
ings. Experienced clerk and typist'
Mso one year's experience in the
ater work. Will accept any kind of
work. Box 612, Herald Office.
It
HONORABLY DISCHARGED
able-bodied amy sergeant de
sires position as watchman or
guard. E F. R.. Apt. 8. 1430 V
?t. nw. je27-3t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR or PRrVAT?
borne, tor housekeeping. Ell FOURTEENTH
ST. N W. , Phone Cbl. 5?0 juVSt
or four rooma for light hcueekeeping. Br
>M?d ?**y. 11 O at n e. |
?ear Soldiera" Home doeo to tmUeya; nicely J
'nrniahed room-for tent ia prirate faaulr; nngle,
m p*r month . double. f? t*r moat* jnMt [
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
WTOS TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH* JJ4t. N. 3343.,
*. M44. |
U05T0-DI8TANCE MOVING.
JOHNSTON'S AUTO EXPRESS
w. IMim
ANY """
4 1 A PLACE
AO eut dona hv raUahia aad eeparleocao
+m\9 help, f bone Mala Tm, 4ay or aim
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SAFETY FIRST.
AMOLUTELT riMEPROOF ITUBAf ^
Waai ? aad op Morta? aad Paekla?
CKITKD STAT^p STORAGE CO.. MU
e. nw- t^o? Mate tm aad FtaaMte wm. tt
MOVING
ir? imtm turn mm itm ud ?N mi
-?n<W rmt >oo4a.
I PACKEB8 11 himuw. !<???. etlliu. MM.
L??t. tu. IIHHK Ma ?tr.
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KRIEG'S EXPRESS |
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REAL ESTATE
Before
Bnyiif, SeDmg or Renting
- USE THE WANT ADS.
REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE.
THE GREATEST FOURTH EVER!
Because of the prospect of World Peace
MORE PEOPLE BUYING
HOMES THAN EVER
BECAUSE: There is a difference in the atmos
phere of a home owned and a home rented. Try
it and be convinced of this truth.
We offer good values in all parts of the city and suburbs, and
we strive to serve; remember that, please.
E. M. PETERSON, 734 Fifteenth St. N. W.
FOR RENT?FLOOR SPACt
LARGE LOFT
ud
FLOOR SPACE
?
AT
DOWNEY'S
WAREHOUSE
1622 L ST.
Pkoie Main 5027
J. LEO KOLB
Agent
FOR RENT?GARAGE SPACE.
GARAC.B SPACE TOR KfcW CARS; pm
mooth; centrally located. Apply TOT 5th at. aw.
Phwe Main T2B. v Jul-Tt
? " ? "
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
CARROLL & LEWIS
Real NUt? broken, eontraetora and bufldera;
aatUaat** cheerfully fumiahed oo all rUwne of
building and repair week; liat your property wtth
ae for qniek rmlu; wo bare lota of buyera who
at to buy quick. 11* P *L. Suite 58. Phc
FLOORS.
Tow oM wood floora scraped dean li
natural wood aid repoitafced No floor* too bad.
C. ADAMS, Wtfat nw. Franklin B1& my*-**
P-U-B-L-I-C
S-T-E-N-O-G-R-A-P-H-E-R
AMY P. LEWIS
IX WOODWARD BUILDING.
PHONE MAIM JTQt.
VACUUM CLEANING.
Hand or electric I* 50 per hour; or B per do .
for aubt houia. NATIONAL VACUUM 3 A LB ?
| CO., Stewart Bid*., 8Lh and D sta. cm Main |
PAPER~~HAN5!?5G and
PAINTING
At laoderate Pnca.
C. R THOMPSON. 34oe (ieorgia art
Pbooe Columbia 8296. ,
Auto BKpee* (or Hiro.
Anything. Anywhere, Anytime.
aplMB
IHOB HEPAlBTHfi. _
PERFECT SHOE REPAIRING"
GCABAjrnenD ccn in cm.
01 OAB14>, !?? U m. (.Salt u> BuL|
GAS KAHGIJ REPAIRED.
GAS RA.N0E8 REPAIRED A.ND UEfcuiLf;
nccrt. CLYDE L. BOWKRa. 120C H sc. nw'
Main TOM. Call or writ*. - ?
PAPKRHAXCIHO.
(3IARLES PARIS
Paivrbanfln* and rrpalnn*. .
mm.. ?g N T. a?. nw. aplT-Mt
EITEBIUXATOHt.
Bug! I Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
-wm rid JTOI h?a. of remrl-m iita watarbma.
and badtxi*. Will nurmiiMt* roache. In root
home. Sold by druggie re or A. M. C. OO., Mi
N. Y. ave. Maui 2M \f
MONEY TO LGAA.
i
MO KIT TO LOAN?ISO T\> JoOC.OOfON D. C. !
real eetatA. Sareral trust funda All nana
actiooa rood not ad with economical consideration !
tor bureowera
W*. Ft. SAUNDERS A CO .
Southern Building. Wt 15th at. nw.
tet-nt
25RBTTO LOAN O.N CITT REAL ESTATE |
at current ratea of intereat TYLER 6t
RUTHERFORD. INC. BT 1Mb at. no ap?l-h* I
WAKH THL Oa^IkiLd OilTMnTTCTI
?ruiencea ot the growth ot tt:? city, lTue |
itjoo?Out It Isn't.
If !
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS
VACUUM CLEANER; ALL ATTACHMENTS;
excellent condition; suitable for borne, school
or church. fi? Taylor eC q?. Columbia SUl J.
juMt
CASH CREOir
FURNITURE
New and ?lightly used. Terms or discounts
fW HOPWOOD'S. 8th & K sis.
UARGAINS IN CHAIRS. SOFAS. WRIT1N-J
eeek and other furniture. Chair caning, re
pairing and upholetinag. K. U. RUH8CLL,
WI^N^eC^nw^^^ apli-at
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
tfolj CAN'T HIDE TUU* AO ?5i j .
classified eohxrona?for there lent a biding '
Waco there. Tbe?e *de are HEAD. -eh? if j ,
WILL CALL IS MV DNLETTEBED ACTt> j ]
mobile, aty or suburban. and pa> you highest I ,
pricse for Uoieo'. gentle: nen't. children ? die- i ,
carded clothing, at all &wwiptiooa Adores* 1 ,
poetal or pbene. 1 will call. E RIOE. 1333 ;th
K. aw. North _ ItM-H )
I WILL BUT ANTPmifO SECOND-HAND |
you wiah to eelL Whet have your Write
ar call.
TOMMY LOWE. ? O at. nw.
Franklin TBI. eptt-Bt
DROP POSTAL TO 8. WALU WT
AD kinde of hmk and furniture bought; higV
g* caah price In c*ty pa?1. ipM IB
BUSINESS CHANCES.
WE HAVE MAX* GOOD OPP.5ETOMITIES
(ot cap.M? m?n ud ???> wtth n? capital
(alao wtthoBt) to coaoact ?p witk ?ou? bnamaaa
"WTO to thia city. Appl? ?erninta. THE
OOEPOEAnON AOENOI COMPANY. MS
* ?? mi'MOt
REFRIGERATORS A ICEBOXES
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes
WAT ARE SUPERIOR
?n??ns3?a?.i
WHETHER BCTIKO OS BUJJNG; 8[B
?artat; wa hare many houaea for sale, also
many lw waiting u> b. both eupply
*Md-W?r PWTBHBOK. TM lith ?.
A CABIN JOHN PARK
attraotiv? vmnuAN row
J. S. TOMLINSON
JM SOUTKKftN BLDO., M. TUB.
eod-tf
ERNEST HALL COOUDGE.
President
Announce* the
Incorporation of
ERNEST HALL COOLIDGE
COMPANY.
To conduct a Real E?tate and In
veitment Business with Offices
Suite 816-819 Evans Bldg.
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FOR SALE?LOTS.
FOR iilLl>-8l'B0RRAN LOT. 6hii0~SUIT-J
able for garden or poultry; near electric and I
etaam trains. Addreae H. b SMITH, dmer*
PeliTery. IfreoL Sera., Alexandria. Va. ju3-lt
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN
SUBURBAN HOMES FOR SALE
OOLUMBIA. VA. Pebble daah bungalow.
ae*en room*, bath. cellar. hot air heat,
electric hjjiu. pnn modern in eveey re
epact. tw>? biock* from car etation. Lot
75*150 price. R500 tema COLUMBIA
JaAND CO.. W. K. Rognra. manager. Phone
Roealyn ? ,
COLONIAL IlKUiRTS. Ya-Sii re
ception Aall. bath, electric light*. hot air
heat, front, aide aiul rear patch, large bay
window?; fruit, borriea. cardan, rtrifi for
two cart; modern in erery rmpect. near earn
?ad a beautiful new of Waahington. Prioe
?4.500. COLOMBIA LAND OO , W B
Bo?pra manager. Phone R<w*lm ?
COLUMBIA. VA.-Nin^ room stnctly modern
houaa. acoellent condition, beautiful flniah.
??tne light*. rwd garden. Ana aha/1 r. tw>
and three-qiiarteea ground Price J12.M)
Onw-half eaah. COLUMBIA LAND OO
U Rn??* Phone Roaaiyn ? *
?'A-PW-room b*n*alo?r.
chicken houae. fruit treea. gardt* planted.
<wie acre (round, near car line. Prioa Si SHO
terma. OOLL'MBIA LA.VI? CO, W. R*
Rogere. manager. Phone R<walyn ?.
,T)LUMBIg. VA.?Five-room houar. one acre
ground, forty fmit treea i-rp^. garden, gar- 1
**??. other outbuilding*, on maradam road, I
near car line. Price 13.000. (X>LU*3IBIA
LAND CO. W K. Eopr, manager
Phone Boariyn 39.
MAJrr^BARrrROFT V A.-Small bungalow,
naaement. front and roar pnrch, wired for
rtec&idty. fniit g^?.
chicken house, nice yard, lota of ahade
Price ?2.0V terma COLUMBIA LAND
R Ro**r* phone
Rnaslyn 39.
FARM FOR SALB?ALEXANDRIA CO. VA
Thirty acre* land, twenty term cleared
end in cultiration. arrrn mom houaa. bam. i
granery, other outbuildings, all kinda of '
large and wnall fruit*. l*rioe *000 Stork !
and fa/m Xmplenenta can be bought with j
thia place *term?.
COLUMBIA LAND CO.
W. E. manager. Phone Koaqrki ?.
Ju4-Jt
FOR SALE?-FARMS.
SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES POULTRY TRUCK*
* ? "? Anaapoli, Junction.
How*rd County. Appl, HUUHES, L?chfonl'.
~f? , T"1 roorai. n?w bmiM. b*th, atnn< <Uirj.
outbuildinfii: hi<h ele??tion; (ruit and wood
land.: tt.SflO. ptrt eaah. jeS 14t
WRECKING AND BUILDING
WE WRBCK ALL KINDS OK BUILDING*.
A. R. TOMPbON. 1337 E at aa
CLAIRVOYANTS.
?J by the Diatrlct of roinmt^W~
MML JEANETT
PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT
r.uirtnU*% to r?d roar inUn U/e put
;nt ,nd fuTlJrf'' no quwtions, but ho- j
fore you utter > word (Ik trlu whit you c?JI?I !
(or. bum of friend*, enemiee; i.n* hnw to!
?un .urre? io hisioeu. he?lth. courtahip. w I
ny.jt'.cce t.ll? you what part of tbe world
lnr bow to nin
tau. Potion; .be WU. If the oct
ff if? hi?: or U>m *?" TOO in troublef
. .! >ou h?" bestowed youl
' *?d ?*ectfon itpoo ecting cool and to
?jgerent toward tea1 gk. ?u rrm?? ^
>tade? and tell you how to win and hold tbe
? ? "-ire. She r?mit- th. Xra^d ?
Wend, w ?uti,ea*,^*n??l ?
? seventh STubt NORTHWKT
PAate Pari nr., Opp. Baka 4 Oo
Jg^tf
MADAM LENORE
OlftetJ clairroyaut and medium, can ha oon
?ilted on all afTaiia of life Wlien. other* fall
?he eucreeda. Her advice is tood, try her No
lueae work or queationa a*ke<l; what aha seea and
tel.a come* true. HAi*faction Euarasteed. Of
fice ta 11th ?t. nw? two door* north of Palaia
?oyal atoa. Hocra, u a. m. to t p. m. Jnl-?t
CEALO PARKls'
nairroya* and Palmlit
Are you in tronhleT Sara time and money by
conaultinf a ftitural.born clairvoyant that
LMrine Providenre ha. aea fit to Mae with Fw
oarfcable talent*: *hr *ak* no qneationa but will
lall you about lnunfaa, lore or marriaaM. *nd
ahat to do to be aucceiatul in life; overcome <
Kil Influence: (Ire luck day* and ntunhera: you
?111 bo wieet and happier after areitx bcr ,at
'faction or no charge* reeding* tl. 1U1 K it
?w.: between nth and 13th eta.
BELMONT." ~
Not^d clairvoyant and palmiat. Oiv? advice
? budneaa matter*, love, health, and family a/
aim. TWla name of your future huaband or
?lie. tells if one you love ia true or falsa. What
?rt of the country ia luckieet to you. What to
to to be eucceeafirl in life lag N Y. ere. ow
S'e*t door to Mggonic Temple. Rradiopi. |L
MARY SBOIUIARER. gPlRITCAL
amd eart reader HI M ... North!!
^ How. L a i. to I p. m. acJI-Sfc ?
MADAME ALLFN
PALMIST AMD CLAIRVOYANT
HI P STRKKT N. W
Ouaranteea to re*l your eatire Ufa. past, nrea
ait and future. git*? true advice on buWnaM.
health and family affairs; tells the nana
>f your future buakand cr aife; and what to
J? to ha soaaaaaful la Ufe; one riait will pay
wo far your many dlaappaaatmenta in othrn;
"x" ^ k? b?
* ami?hoid tbe oaa you desire; sbe glva
? _ ?? ?? W"? JVM UWUT tar |]T?
idvlea rm sll important affair, of lifs; readlaa
II.W; a. oaa * Lrwtg, twMtf leaj mo?To>
AUTOMOBILES
The ROCKWAY STARTER
For FORD CARS
"SURPASSES
THE BEST
HERE IT IS
Tha dlatlnctlT* features are: No Battertea, Short Circuit* or Cam
plicated Electrical System to get out of ordar. It 1? simple, quiet, effi
cient, economical and safe. It spina the motor. Satisfaction ruaran
teed or money refunded
"ask TOUR dealer "
AUTO ACCESSORIES COMPANY
"DEPENDABLE AOCESKORIES"
phone MAiir star.
MPWSRT BUILDING
AUTO ACCESSORIES
$1
AUTO RWAMMO.
PER - PER
HOJk . MAN
AUTO REPAIRING
All Makse at Ou?
By Eri*rt Mecharuea
parboo Reanorod fey Oxjm*
Fasd Authorised 3er?tce
Wortrauuhlp 0w?Bt?4 (
H. E. HOWES
1410 First Street N. E.
1'bone North
Tift 18 vI-lcanized and ?WArR*?.
MIKE HALL CO.. Ml 1U ST. NW.
ACTOMOBIlJt MPAIRINU.
8?rtrtJ? Snt-eka work 4om bj eiprru. Ow
bor rammed white you wait
IS? Ktnkman Place, between 13th and 14th-P
and Q fU. Phone Franklin W.
J. A. WATERS
Auto Repairing. $1.00 per Hour.
I We repair all makea of can. Generator wort
I a specialty.
Our m reice Ls best.
E. H. BAUER CO.
| Phone Mun r* a n K n.
AUTOS FOR SAI.E.
|Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
TS N Kn?d
I Philadelphia. Pa.
1.000 ear* to select from?1911. 19!T. 1919 models. J
in all makea. $250 up Oatalo?ne free no re
cumt. jul4.r.9.11.H.l?.tt.B.3.MJD
lVl? JEl'KERY . KBVEN t'A JCn(? Bft; 81T
cylinder; perfect condition; will aaoifloa. Call I
between 5 and 8 o'clock. 4? 4th SL a^, jtfjl
SPIRITUALIST MEDIUMS.
Washington's F avonte Adviser
PROF. MARCUS LA MAR
Moat rrraarfcaMe reader of human dmtiny <4
the rraaent age; raada the bearta and livm of
neeple like an open bodk; reveaJs the aecreta of
love, giroa rcver failing help and ad nop on buai
nees, helps you to overcome all troublm tells
>our nana in Ml. alao full namea of huaband.
wifa or ewaetheert, brln* about your every de
sire and euooaeda when all others ha?a failed.
Call and be comlneed. Hocra 11 a. m. to 4 M
p. m. doily. Closed Sundays.
1220 G ST. N.W.
] Door, Prom l?h Stnat.
PALMISTRY.
UumiJ hj DUtUct of CMomtu.
MADAM STANLEY
ROYAL GTr8T PALMIST.
Tour iutnye ia written in your hand. A knowl- '
edge of what life has in store for you will five
you many an hoar's trouble and worry: no matter j
what you want to know Madam Stanley by i
reading your hand will help jou, thouaanda bare
naned her m a skeptical frame of mind and ,
bate been conrinced and he<i*d. Absolute aat
iafactiun guaranteed or frm refunded. Why not,
en wilt her today? 1511 H ST. N.E ?*X-<0t j
I'almistrr ia a recogniaed acience. and
RIZPAH ELDON.
is known a* one of ita greatest exponents. Has
dreds visit this remarkable woman daily; ooea
plete reading* with accurate deeeriptions of what
your hand foretells only $1. Reception parlor na.
rorner of 6th and G nw. Entrance 9th
Hour*. 10 a. m. to ? p. m.
MADAM EPPY.
EGYPTIAN PALMIST.
Reads your life from cradle to grave; h? pew
era are wonderful; indiaputable advice; clear i?
formation concerning love, oourtahip. marriage
and divorce; both rich and poor And
equally beneficial and totereating ;-you are wiasr
and happier after consulting her; aatiafactUm
guaranteed; permanently located; hours, I l V.
to 9 p. B>
?l PA. AVE. SVF,
MADAM D'ASHMAN""
Oypey damoyant
And card reader, ad nee given am Mi
marriaga and (divorce i tnia vmua has 1
for many people in max.y oouatrlaa.
credictions are reliable. lW G at., em
1*h. acUd
MADAME ZELLA
?Genuine Egyptian Palmist. If
in doubt of love, businets or fam
ily affairs, consult Madame Zella,
615 7th St. N. W.
MAbAMEVICTOftlA."2^
The gifted palmist ana etstrvoganu Qar ad
visa bueineaa, family affaire, love and man
Can tell you the name of More huabano or
Can tell you the secret of being successful
to avoid trouble and hew to avoid evil iafli
SaMafartion guaranteed or no snaiga. Kntranoa
Kt tth ft i
MadaRTkasko
?EGTPTIAN SCIENTIFIC PALMIST;
PAST. PRESENT AND FUTURE; SATIS.
PACTION GUARANTEED; HOURS, 9 A. M.
TO ? r. M. PmfAKENTLY LOGATBDC
?21 Ith tT. NW.
PROPOSALS.
OKOCK OF THE COMMI88IONERS. d7~5T.
June 28. 1919 Sealed proposal will he re
ceived at this office. Room 511, District Build
ing, until 9 o'clock p. m.. on July 28, 1919,
for furnishing one switchboard for the Rook
Oeek I'umping Station. District of Columbia.
Forms of projwaale. a petrification* and necessary
information may be obtained from the Pur
chasing Officer. D. O., Room. SO, District
Building. Washington. D. C. LOUIfc BROWN
LOW. W. GWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES
W. KCTZ. Commission era lul-9t
SPECIAL NOT1CL
THE SHADE SHOP
733 12th St. "Si
phons main an
We Give You the Best Window
Shades in Town at Factory Pncas.
ALBERT KAFfLtrrr cu..
Baprrt carpM ind rus cUaoint tv oltel M?
b?t st> li atj. w Hi ui. IT
apto fADrmt.
Automobile
Northeast
Pfcsttog end Trtiiwimt
1410 First Bt. H
Offlos Phone Merth flf.
OieMfully Furnished
PiuMp<u?
Ov Modi
PAINTING?Special Price.
Forda PUS Besr am iL M- ^44M
TIRJB D0OTOB.
W# boy. Mil And essbang* old Itm PUXA
AD TO BCPPLI OO.. tfl-MB Mm. set. Pheae
Fraahtla ICi
VULCANIZING
Ifett'a ewr buwna*. Work brought la Burning
ftmshsd MM 6*J. KCHX'8 TIBJu WOBKS.
?PL m
PERSONALS.
01
men'e worn wait* are aunaieul that we can
pay up u? IB for overeoata or suits; well when
baa and rui want higher our trie* followed
and it was the only logic*] course to pursue. and
that's why vou should phone to JUSTH'B OLD
STAND. CI D. jui.lt
DO TOD LOVE GOOD KSALTB' (OO CAN
kn It 0*U at IT* Tth at. ra. OLD IN
DUD HERB tUKDI SHOP. nhl KX^
Skin Diseases.
w?j suffer from ecmn*. som. redaaM or say
skin sffectiou? All art earsbie. Itching* proanpt
ly atoned.
DB mCBOLAON, 1? R at cw.
spit-Mi
Mm 1 Women
TUBJftl X-L HAIR TTOOB.
For falling hair; cum dandruff; grows hair
on bald apota; aoaJp itching atoppsd in
stantly. Oris \m at Vigor Marts new growth
of balr or money back; on aals People**
Dreg "Korea; pries. Sc. TUBNKR'8 HA IB
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DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
OVER 30 YEARS
Nervoua and rtpwrial Dteeem oi Man and Womb,
Means Health to You if You Suffer
Ftom Ostsrrh. Ohaaity. RbeumtUsm. Oonadpa
ttoo. Piles, Throat, Lun**, bnia. Heart. Blood
and Skin Diseeaea. Nmiwm DeMhty. Bidaey
lWasaaaa. Bladder Trouble. Sperlfle Blood Pet
aoalag. Eruptions. Ulcers, sod All Private D?
eases Cured fet Life to Sale Methods
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Ogle. Mow. J to L 11.1 auMum. It t. IX
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funeral Token*
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street
Prompt auto delivery eemce.
mklS-tt
Liberty and
Victory Bonds
CASHED AT HIGHEST
PRICES
We Alto Pay Caah for Part
Paid Liberty Bond Cards
CASH
Paid for
WAR SAVINGS
. STAMPS
Without Going Through Any
Red Tape
NOTICE
OPEN FRIDAY. JULY 4th.
8:30 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.
OPEN SATURDAY
8:30 A. M. to 8:00 P. M.
Liberty
Investment Co.
Phone Main Til*
920 F Street N. W.
Opan Dally 1:30 a. ra. to I p. m.
"Wa talk laaa and pay mora."
CASH FOR
' LIBERTY
AND
VICTORY
BONDS
OF ALL I8SCES
AND
WAR SAVINGS
STAMPS
We Also Buy Part-Paid Carda
. LIBERTY BOND
EXCHANGE
915 Penna. Ave. NW.
OPEN Dally 1:1# a.m. to ( p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
U. S. Army of Occupation
At aa End, Says Pershing
Qen. Perching yeaterday cabled
the War Department his announce
ment of the discontinuance of an
army of occupation. His dispatch
said
"The third army has been dis
continued this date The troops
constituting: it will hereafter be de>
Mgned the American force* In Ger
many.' MaJ Gen. Henry T. Allen
has been aatugned to the command
of these forcea. relieving I.ieut.
Gen. Hunter Liggett. who will re
turn to the United States "
Library Closed Today.
The central building of Public li
brary will be closed today and Sun
day. The library will be closed at
1 p. m. every Saturday during July.
August and September.X Week day
hour* at the central library are from
9 a. m. to 5 p m.. and on Sunday
from S p. m. to 9 p. m.
Soiled Aafel* $5 Per.
Chicago, July 3?Special today:
Slightly used angels at S> each. War
loan officials offered for sale aoorrs
of plaster ladies who blew trumpets
along Victory way in the peace
celebrations.
Titled British Heroes
Are Divorce Defendants
- London is gasping at the number of domestic scandals that
'are being aired in the divorce courts by the nobility. Lady
Clifton, at the left, is one of the handsomest of British beauties to
seek separation from a soldier of the great war. Lord Clifton.
32 year* old. wu ? major in the royal artillery. Lady Clifton
was active in the trenches distributing smokes and delicacies to
the American soldiers. The Duchtss of Westminster, at the right,
daughter of Mrs. Cornvallis-West, has just been granted * decree
from the duke, who served in Egypt and won a 0. 5. C.
And
Colleges
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pCTCtT .AVI I nowfi *
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keeping. AccouBtlML 1g^
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isd Krtr*rm CltMW.
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national city school
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Prepare to ? fU Onati* Clark
Four Pay* fci' "i^l* rlf3"
Oo?rna?*t f BooUwjfW CUrfc
Examinations 1 Po?t Offlc# Clark
WRIT? FOB PARTICTH-Aim TO
FEDERAL SERVICE INSTITUTE
wuhitrM f- r
births REPORTED.
WHITE
Andrea T and Mary t "Z.
mm W u< MupM e?woitt, girt.
Duud R. and M*r> t BUT". P"
niutca K. ud Ci* wall*. girl.
Betijaaia G. ud ImU Sao*!.
(lbm a ud Dort* v Cuaiaiing*. *1?1
Joha A. ud Hlhti V. Mehtbc. bo?
Eiaard J ud Alice 8. Ufc*w. >"??
John *nd Btmf Kooona*, ?u'
Parry 1. aad Hjnl. U Dmry. gl?J
Andre. U Bd HlO I A<*? fir-.
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Philip A and Hoian V. feima?
IHaiet uxi WtaHil Duon. bo?
Henrv and HYedruAa l*dbrt'.w,
WUliun and UU lUctlc. dr.
deaths reported.
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Arthur kjd*IQ Cdiiea. 34, 441 > *- *??
Duid Bul?. *. ?4 >4i)"aak*e !**? m .. .
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Mania LofWead. * W*ltar IM
William FoXttr ?. MMer
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MARRIAGE licenses.
warn
prrf A AB?. r. -?d Viol* *?*
of w?/tmgK? The B" M R- I"5"*L w
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Walter T> Tloocy. S7 o< Stillwater Minn .
aad Kuthertne tk Ro^impt. *. oC
tun The K?* C. O Q>nw?U.
John H <?he*n. Si. <* Wax Pool, . *nd
5Ur> F MilL-. ST. of Hm?d?B. V? *n?e 1U*.
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Chartc* * Barbour. J*. P^*b IJ.. ?nd
Alir* K It. of WMhin*ton T^? Ret
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John T ?i*rr a. *r. Bnth T V*ngMi 11.
both of Ri^UBood. V*. Til. Rrr W. J.
BMtTioo f! GibMi. ? uvl Bliaor R r>*?. *
ko>h -f W?*irrum TV It^. J C rim*
Cvrut H MoCon*n. a of W**in*u?. *ad
Bnlah r K?ch. r. of OitoUD. tR T%.
Re*. B M. M-?t
William Schwart*. X. ud J?n? K?*od
arl 1? both of Bal?i?<wr. Md . Ttw Ba. 0
S?l?enrtonr
Philip H Whktu ? of Ion join !?*fcr. and
Helen D YMter of r?tta?uM. Pa TW B?.
H. T. Ster??*w.
Howard I Little. If. of Hrattarille. Md..
and Lilli* V (\tmthrr IS. of Waahwft tm T+m
Her. S. E. Roar.
OOLORKD ^
John Cartfr. 3. aid Fhttnie Crawford. S,
both of Washington "H* J. E. Wiliia.
AHir Milton. K. and Aodrry E. Driehl. ?
bo?h of Waehinpton The Rrr. D. E Rirefa
RobrS Cromwall. SS. and Roaie BrrvAa. SS
both of Waahin?ton T^e Re*. 0. 0. Rul
John H. Brans. ?. and Dracilla A. Hill. 3.
both of Baltimore. Md- Tbe Ree A. SayW
Pact Binds America
To Md France in Peril
P&tls. July 3.?"The United Rtateg
in bound to come immediately to
her (Prance'n) aid in case of any
unprovoked act of a&gresston di
rected against her by Germany,"
according to the proviaiona ofv the
treaty agreement nought between
Ftance and America. A similar ar
rangement ta being negotiated be
tween France and Great Britain.
The treaty, which was made pub
lic today, must be ratified by the
American Senate and approved by
the leagu*- of nationa.
Unfair Trade Practices
Charged to Four Firms
Tho Federal Trade Comalarton j ea
terday ci*ed the following Arms for
? lle??d unfair trad# practteoa:
O. P, Olgen & Co.. Ihr ; Aine >l?j e'-.
doinc buelnra* undai name of Manna'
Supply Co.; J. L. Qulmhy A Co.. all
o( New York, and Robyt And Adolph
Cobo, Bayonne, N. J. _
BEGS BURGLARS
TO'LAY OFF'HIM
W. F. Roberts, Victim of 6
Jobs," Asks Gentry to
Be Sports.
"To th? Burglara of Wa*hingtaai
Iranaient or IntraaaieaL" Thlg la
the rrwtlnf with which the w r.
Roberta Company sporting rood*
dealer*, begin a apecial "proclaaaa.
tlom" ?ddreaeed to hou.ebreakere
that on ais different oecialoa* hgee
c^?cernVar'OU* braaeb ?*"?*?of,?fce
"Wlh you gaotlaanaai " the "proc
lamation" read*. "defying the
"?J**1' the law via the alkr
waya and byways In the city
whlla the police are doing likewise
?t the District line, don't take It
for one moment that a final mi
of your operation* is iTpirtid X air
juat appealing to your aense of fur
p'**????? aovne other taxpayer a
chance to realiae that tee aenee ef
gonano** that I hare to go threvrb
with now utd
"With all my admiration tor
your .kill?that there ha* been no
Police interference with your gov
??*> operation* I. a sooroa ef
chagrin. but yon understand fcatp
iHiana Just as well a* I feel H*
???. again appeal Ing to yoor aenee
?' f>lr P'*T and sportsmanship?
"Thi* concern, harm* been for
the sixth time the subject of yonr
particular attention. I am taking
the occasion to iuiimi that the
w F Robert* Company I* not the
only ooncern In town stocking a
line of automatic and other flre
On June l? last thlere* broke
branch of the concern
*1? Fourteenth street north wet.
and stole twelre revolver* and a
quantity or watches The police are
on the trail cf aereral *u*pecta.
KAISERfTRIAL
TO BE IN LONDON
, Lloyd George Says Allies
Will Pass on War Crimes
In Near Future.
, Ju'r *???'">"? Hohen.
zollern, former Kal*er of the Oer
man empire, soon will be tried In
London by an allied tribunal
' mT*"!. Llord announced in
the house of common* thi* after
I- noon.
Thi* wai the flrat official an
nouncement regarding expiation of
.. **-Kaiaer'* crimee again*t civ
ilization alnce publication of the
peace treaty It was regarded as
| removing all doubt a* te the allies'
. intention to bring the "war lord
to justice.
Th? attitude ?f the Dutch go*,
ernment regarding extradition of
wilhelm ia now cloudy State,
ment* by varlou* official* in Ho!
land hare ahown an Inclination
against turning hita over to any
other than the German govern,
ment. but the belief ha> been ex
pressed In unofficial circles, at tha
| "ague that when the allies de.
imand I* actually presented fh?
Dutch will accede to It?through
fear of preaaure from the alii.-* ||
for no other reason
Germany is divided over tiial for
W llhelm, the military cast" hitterlp
opposing It. and the radical* r.pen ?
advocating that he he tri-d by a
German socialist tribune
I Lloyd George stated also to th*
commons that other "officer* wh'.
I committed appalling infamiee will
I be tried "
The peace term* are "in many re.
apect* terrible, but terrible wei*
'the deed* which Justiflei! th~m" he
said.
The Premier declared that .th?
German army 1* "now <nad?-quate
i to disturb the pear** of rven the
j feebleet neighbor*." He aa!<? that
the limit of reparation I* "Ger
I many* ability to pay "
I Lloyd George wa* given1 a re.
markable ovation when ha started
to speak He Immediately an
nounced the introduction of two
bill* to "enforce the most mo.
mentou* document to which Brit
ain ever affixed her seal"
Methodists Observe
Americanization Day
Col umbo* O.. July I.?American!,
j xatton day and Cincinnati area d?y
were the principal eventa on the
Methodist centenary exposition pro
gram today.
Social worker* and mlaaionarlM
In the congested district* of ???
larger American cities discussed
Immigration problems a* they re
late to an after-war leoonstrtKv
tion.
William G McAdoo. former Sec
retary or the Treasury I* scheduled
to addrea* a Fourth of July audi
ence tomorrow afternoon on 'The
League of Nation* "
Woman Pays for Burial
Of Wilkins, Aged Slayer
Mineola. K. T.. July I ? T%*
body of Dr. Walter Kecn< Wilkir**.
aged L<onr Beach phjrairian c<*?
victed of killinr his wife and who
ended hi* Hf#? in the county )#ll
here, will not be buried in rottef*
Field, it wa* announced toda> toy
Charle* K. WysoBf. who defended
him.
Mr*. Mary L Stacy. Brooklyn.
Wysong >*a id. vi*ited th** at
Hempntead and paid coat of
cremation and burial in th*? \VJJ
kin* plot. _
Drunken Poilus Raise
"Death to Italy" Cry
Rome. Julv t-The Plume wnp.
pohdem of the Meeaagero repot :cri *a
d?> that drunken Krrncn w?li;er? ?{
rsried the ,-ireets of Fiume i*.< ?'|lt
Mylij "Long ll\e Ji. , ae?Ol
to lialg," ,
The Italian police previ-nterf* iron a.
i? **~ r?" itGr"">k> P?ta?A

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