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Washington Herald READ FOR PROFITS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY USE FOR RESULTS 1 ? Phone ? Maim 3300 P VVw. THE WASHINGTON HERALD PmfcHehed iw ? U? W ttr B" *?* kwtcm Hank) C<agui at ?*-Oi Ib??IE ?o**. D. C Mth mm. (Ts Heater Audit B?nu or arruUttm. CLASSIFIED RATES ? "ONE wibm attui-^ois CENT Wut* Bocral ud Sou*. .- \ WORD Bceme ??????? jiialmum . Lcb?r?>. tfive timee. 50c. \ *?. CTBEB CLASftlFlCATlOW PKB USt ' tla* > J emu ] T croti I cuti?ely......? Coot r act Bates On Reqcart Minimum Fire Lines. FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES ra? a. o. bilck^itu special agkncy. N?i York Otfice .... .....l*lbd?e Wdt. Cklamo Office .. Tribune Bldg. Deui>?t Office 4? Ford Bldg. fo. Lnuia Office Third National Back Bid* LOST. Lost-SORORITY PIN; TRIA .VOLE SHArE; full name on back: finder please return to lit* M rrw. Phone N. r? Jul** STOLEN HANDSOME REWARD FOB INFORMATION or wuiwy of 4art bay nuur. thor?u*hh?d, 8to: en from >Ubl?. A. ALCOTT. lluuro V?_ ju?3t WANTED?AGENTS. CaND>T-BIG PAY; START ONE OF"OUR specialty candy facton*e in yonr home, small room, enywhtre; we tell how and fornifh every tbisf. advertise. s? -1 opportunity; m?n-wrv m*tr. CANDY CO., 1419 Rinstead it.. Philadel phia. julJ-3Dt HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED JOB PRESS FEEDERS. Hayworth Publishing House, 629 G st. b.w. jy20-2t MAN TO DRIVE ALTO TRUCK. Must be experienced driver and be well recommended. Apply to Mr. Eastment, Herald office. ju?? PLUMBERS AND PLUMBERS' HELPERS. Apply 724 Taylor *t- n.w. Col. 9279. ju20-7t ' PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT UNDER good working conditions for j<>ung and mid dle aged men who are ambitious to learn the Street Railway Busine?. WAGES FOR MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORS -First three months CV per hour Nest nine months *Sc per hour After one >ear ?c per hour Full credit givtn for former service with this cntniary and ?9r PER nOUR GIVEN ^TO MEN WHO HAVE HAD ONE YEAR OR .MORE CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE WITH OTHER COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIV^C YEARS. Apply Monday, Wednesday and Friday be tween 9 and U a. m. EMPLOYMENT AND INSTRUCTION DEPARTS ENT Washington Railway A Electric Co.. ttth and Eajt Capitol iu. 1e2^m HELP^WANTED?FEMALE. ACTIVE WOMAN IN PRINTING OFFICE. Hayworth Publishing House, 629 G st. n.w. jy20-2t SITUATIONS WANTED. ATTENTION! -VANT AD FREE. To Soldiers, Sailors and Ma rines. We will insert your ad free of charge, to help you get a position. Just phone Main 3300?Classified Ad Dept. AN EXPERT FHCIT MAN AND FORESTER wants to get iu connection with some one in terested in the rejuvenation of old or promotion of ntw orchard. ROY -MAGUIKE, Box 33. Ta knma Park. ju3*3t YOUNO MAN DISCHARGED FROM SERV ice June 24 desires poaition; h<n had five years oI thorough office rxrerien-e. handling corre epondence, bookkee;ing and typing. 1227 Conn. a?e. nw. jul^tf ex-marine, desires position. quaU .fled to handle Uborvrs. BOX CL3. Herald of fice tf DISCHARGED SOUHER, OF THE TANK Corps. *kVs poaition with a Washington iniaation with good prjepecta. BOX ?li. Her ald office. tf ^DEllOBILIZED S?LDIER. S YEARS OF with eii ica*!^". .v.I ogalw^ desires r4 lagmrsiVle and teotftable ration. BOX ?S3, JHerald office. jul8-3t Dl?CHAl;OF.I> SOLDIER WISHES POSI tkm as chauffeur n prima family; can do all I minor repairs; dm?* for Gen. Jndson while in ' service. Phone CoL 7G64, or BOX 661. Herald office. ju!7-tf DEMOBILIZED SOLDIER. BOOKKEEPER. with knowledge of stenography and executive experience desires r?;xm*ible position with large firm 5 salary to start, J1.4C0 per year, with cbaacee for advancerwnt; references furnished; named. BOX 9&4 Herald office. ju9-3t DISCHARGED"MARINE, AGE 20. wishes position as chauffur in private family. Call WAR DEPT.. branch 435 or BOX 616. Herald office. jul l-tf FOR RENT?FURN. ROOMS TWO FL'RNIsHEI*: ONE UNFURNISHED; li?ht houackcegJing. price. J3, U and $* iifi C st. nw. Jul9-3t WANTED?ROOMS. PERMANENT ? <?l'PLE DESIRES SMALL apartment, furnished or unfurnished*, mnst be reasooahie and within eight blocks of 11th A B st. nw. BOX Jf* iTeraH PERSONALS. DO tOC LOVE GOOD HEALTH? YOC CAN have it. Osll at 1728 7th st. nw. OLD INDIAN HERB REMEDY SHOP mhim_ Skin Disease a Specialty Chronic Eczema and Itchinga Promptly Sto> ped. Acne. Skin Cancers. DR. NICHOLSON. 1TO l! nw. DR. REED SPECIALIST 604 SEVENTEENTH STREET OVER 30 YEARS Saw HXJ special Uimaai of Mn ud ???. Mean* Health to You if Yoa Suffer Krona Catarrh. Obesity. Rheumatism, Oautipa | XMm, Ptiss. Throat. Lon^s. Brain. H?art. B.00J ud Skin Diaeassa. N*t*oqb DsbUity. Kidney 1 msisiw Blsdder Troobis, Speriflc Blood PsS aoaing. Empuotis. Ulcers, and Ail Private Dtr 1 ?esse Cared foe Ule tar Sale Methods. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE ate Waiting: Room for Ladies kuui a to l? i - REAL ESTATE Before Bayiaf, SeOmc or Reataf USE THE WANT AOS. REAL ESTATE. Ho?, or lnnatment at CABIN JOHN PARK! WHY NOT TODAY? Pbe pUto, lllu*trated book*, and fun particu 1about tbme little fani*. attractive home ?tea, and low pricee. ?ee or write J. S. TOMLINSON, 3B4 SOUTHERN BLDG.. MAIN 7445. FOR RENT?FLOOR SPACE LARGE LOFT and FLOOR SPACE AT DOWNEY'S WAREHOUSE 1622 L ST. Phone Main 5027 J. LEOKOLB Agent WANTED?TO BUY HOUSE WANTED_TO BUY HOUSE in northwest; $7300 to $10,000. Must be modern. Address BOX 661. Herald office. jy20-3t | WANTED?APARTMENT I f WANTED?APARTMENT. FOUR or more rooms, preferably un j furnished; will take year's lease or i longer. Address BOX 660. Herald office. jy20-3t GARAGES BUILT i BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. | VACUUM CLEANING. h.?i ? .iMjrtt, jj boo; ;t j for eight boon. NATIONAL. VACUUM 3ALB CO.. Stewart BIO,.. and D li ? .8 ?5| CARROLL",jrLEWIS" I B?a! ??te brokers, contractors and builders -I annates cheerfully furnished on all claaae. of buildm* .na repair work: list your woperty .ith ? q"'ck r,su'"- h?'<- l?a of buyer, who Main qUK'' lM * * ? *? pho'-? FLOOBS. t ? wvuo. Tour eld wood floors *c raped off clean r? C No floor" 100 I"*- I C. A DAMS. 60? Q >t. nw. Franklin 251A | P-U-B-CTc I ST-E-N-O-G-R-A-P-H-E-R AMY P. LEWIS Cu WOODWARD BUILDING enunM. us is s?. GA3 HAHGES ttKPAlBB:n OAS BA.NUES KEPAIIltlD a.SD BEBUilf ??w CLYDE L. BOWKBi l3K ? - t.' "" C.U c writ*. ' apll^ EXTEHKUiATUm. , Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! ~ _ 2?th Century Insecticide , 1 5our home of roacbea, anta. wit*rKn?i , and bedbugs. Will exterminate roadie in roai botn*. Sold by dnigguta ot A. M. C CO a*. V Y >Tf. Mim 3362 W" J*4 WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. ; TOD CANT HIDE IOUK AO UN ciaMfied cojnnna?Tor there isn't a hldlm piece tl?T> Tbe.e ads ne HiiAU. mchsttt WILL CALL IN MY T: N LETT Flit BD AOT<> | mobile, citf cr luburbaTi. end pay you tuam.ii "* la?ue?*. faotlMens. children', dis carded dothtai. Of all aj<uw. postal or ; h~ne. I will c*.i. A. BICAi |ya ;ta ?t. nw. North raa. ' ( I Wlffi BUT ^YTHING-SECOND-HAND ' OT'aU 10 "U" W_h" Write r. T"WMT LOWK' WO?. Be. I PrtnkHn 7W1. an?-9?t I t>HOP POSTAL TO S. WALL, m L ST^VwT I AI! kinds of Jcnk and furniture bought' hi*b FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS ? do* tit.-i. all sizes] in kise shapb, with locks. Copper bathtubs with spigots and I Mil ahnttep". 36 I at. nw. )u2Mt LA1M1E P O R T A B L E KEKHIGERATOR eood condition: suitable for cafe, store or butch er sh..p. 12ZS 7th at. nw., MID CITY CAFR iu?3t 1 BICYCLE FOB A MAN; GpOD CONDITION and new tires; cheap. 1(06 6th st. nw. juJMa ,A"U CBUMT I FURNITURE ffZs" "i4bu* MCTl Tmu " j HOPWOOD'S. 8th ?C K its. BUSINESS CHANCES WE HAVE MANY GOOD OPPORTUNITTKS (?1? withinme? *** "?m'n capital ,0if bU-?? i CORPORATION AGI.NO? COMPANY. 'S5 MONEY to loaw U?N RCTHIKFORD, ,nc.. m FOR RESULtT^^W^HERALD I CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE?SUBURBAN. HOW TO BE TOC* OWN LANDLORD AT Cti?7 chua oo ram cuh UKl IS a month ALLAN W. GIBSON. 117-3X8 fw.<to l?mld )ul?Tt WANTED?LOTS WANTED ?BY BUILDER? Three or four lots in Massa chusetts Ave. Heights: full particulars. BOX'^79, Herald office. jy20-3t ' / - WANTEP-HOUSE TO RENT WANTED?TO RENT UNFUR nished house in city by October I; year's lease or longer. Address BOX 980, Herald office. jy20-3t WANTED?Business Property WANTED?TO BUY PIECE of business property in downtown Washington, pref erably with present tenants. Lease not running more than three years. Address BOX 655, Herald office. jy20-3t CLAIRVOYANTS. Llesnsed by the DLitrlct of oiumbia. MME. JEANETT PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT Guarantees to read your entire li/?, past. pres wit and future. She ui? no questions, but be fore you utter a word the tells what you called for. namea of friends, eoemiea; fella how to gain aucceaa in buaii^eaa, healvh. courtship, mar riage, divorce tells you what part of the world will be successfal for you; advises how to gain and hold a good poritlon; ihe telle if the one you loee ia^tnie or false. Are you in trouble? Oo jou 6 ma the one you have bestowed your trust and affection upon acting cool and in different toward you? She will remote all ob stacles and tell you bow to win and hold the one you dee.re. She reunites the separated. lo? cates absent friends or relatives. Readinga, SI.(A ? SEVENTH "STREET NORTHWEST Private Parlors. Opp. Saks A Ox JeJ-tf MADAM D ASHMAN i?ypsy Clairvoyant And card reacer; advice given oo business, marriage and r.tvorce; this woman has rwJ lor many people in many countries. H?r i>rediction? are reliable. 1301 G St., corns* 13<h aUl-m MADAME ZELLA~ ?Genuine Egyptian Palmist. If in doubt of love, business or fam ily affairs, consult Madame Zclla. 615 7th St. N. W. y*?t MADAM LENORE Gifted clairvoyant and medium, can be con sulted on all affairs of life. Where others fail, the succeeds. Her advice is good, try her. No g'lesa work or questions asked; what she sees snd tells comes true. Sstisfaction guaranteed. Of fice 721 11th st. nw.. two doors north of Palais Royal Btore. Honrs, 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. jul-90t IfKH. MART SHOfcMAKEU. ?P!B1TUTl and card reader. S13 M at., nw. North 14*3. Hoar?. 11 a. 04 to 5 p m a;-22- Vt MADAME ALLEN . PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. 112 F STREET N. W Gnsrsntees to read your entire life, past, pres ent and future; gives true advice on business, lore, health and family affairs; tella the name of your future husband cr wife; and what to do to be successful in life; one riait will pay you for your mary disappointments in others; ?be will remove all obstacles and tell you how to win and bold the one you desire; she pives advice on all important affairs of life; readings $1 00; no ons In trouble turned away mcney or no money. BELMONT. Hated clairvoyant and palmist. Gives advice on business matters, love, health, and family af faira Telia name of your future htuband or wile, Ull? If one you love is true or false. What part of the count.-? is luckia*t to you. What to do to be successful in lite. 1ZJ? >. Y Next door to Masonic Temple. Reading. SI. ? je3B-90t PALMISTRY. ' palmistry is a recognized science, and RIZPAH ELDON. is known as one of ita greatest exponents Huri dreda visit this remsrkable woman daily; -com plete readings with accurate descriptions of what your hand foretells only $1. Reception parlor ae. corner of Sth and G nw. Entrance fch ?t. Hours, 10 a. m. to S p. nw- Je?90t PALMISTRY. MADAMS STANLEY Roj?l Grw p*lmiat, ntOt tlx bud U? Ml <wa book; ?ttafactlefc lUnntMd; it? kar ? call. 1*11 H at. ne. WH? CEALO PARKER Are you in trouble! Sir* tine aad money by consul Un? a natural-born clairvoyant that Dittos Providence has seen fit to bless with remarkable taints; shs saks no questions but will tall you ?bout business, love or marriages, and what to do to be euccessful in life; overcomes evil influsocs; ?iv? luck dsys snd numbers; you will bo wiser snd happier after seeing her; satisfaction or do charges; reading $1. lfil E at. nw.; bstwesn 12th snd-iSth sta "mKsTboswell GIFTED PAI>\! 1ST. Cives advice on tartness matters, lore, health and family affairs; tells if the one you love is true or falae; what part of the country is luck iest tc you; what to do to be successful in life; lives you dates snd facta in life and what to happening without aaking a single question; tfia does not tell to p'.eaae, but reads just ss the hand indicates; tells you the planets you were bom under, the lucky and unlucky planeta; when and whom you will marry; settles and explains love, family trouble, mam age. speculation, in vestment transactions of all kinds; 4a fact no matter wha^jrour hope, fesr or ambition cqBM to this noted palmist and find help; thers is no need for anyone to be unsuccessful or unhapcv: matter what the cause, her advice removes all trouble; she guarantees satisfaction. Reading, $1.00. v710 Tth St. nw. Jul! MADAM EPPY. EGYPTIAN PALMIST. Reads yoor life from crsdls to grsse; her pow ers are wonderful; indisputable advice; dear in formation concerning love, courtship, marriage ao* divorce; both rich and poor And counsel equally beneficial and interacting; yon ars wissr and happier after consulting hsr; satisfaction guaranteed; permanently located; boom. It. a to ? p. m. ?24 PA. AVE. NW. jezs-nt MADAME VICTORIA. The gifted palmist sod clairvoyant. Gar aA viss business, family a flair a love and Can tell yon the name trf future husbann a Csn tell you the seerat of being successful to avoid trouble sod t^w to avoid evil infii Kaf iff act ion guaranteed or no O Tth K MADAM fCASKO ?EGYPTIAN SCIENTIFIC Pa^MIST; TELLS PAST, PBESENT AND FUTURE; BATIfr FACTION GUARANTEED; HOURS. * A. to. TO S P. M. PERMANENTLY LOCATED. 122 6th IT. NW. PROPOSALS. OFHCB OP THB COMMISSIONERS. WA8S ington, D. C.. July 16. 1919. Sealed proposals will be received at this office. Room 509. Dis trict Building, until Z o'clock p. m.. July 31, 1919. for grading and improving streets, road*, and svenucs in the District of Columbia. Blank fornu of proposals, specifics tiona and all neces sary information may be obtained from the Chief ('?lerk. Engineer Department, Room CT. District Building. Washington, I>. O. LOUIS BROWN - LOW. W GWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES W. KUTZ. Commiasiooera JuM.lT.lS.19.Zl.3 OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. WASH igton, D. C.. July 17, 1919. Sealed proposals will be receive* 1 at this office. Room 509. Dis trict Building, until Z o'clock p. m.. Thursday. August 14, 1919. for resurfacing asphalt pave ments for a one-year period, beginning July 1. 1919. Approximate quantities: Standard asphalt pavement on ^m. concrete base, 20.000 square >ard*; standard asphalt surface (ZH-in. before compression), 25.000 square yards; asphalt binder in connection with resurfacing, 35,000 cubic feet. Forms of proposal, specifications, snd necessary information may be obtained st the office of the Chief Clerk. Engineer Department. Room VD. District Building. IX>UIS BROWNLOW. W. GWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES W. KUTZ. Commissioners, D. C. jul9.Z1.22.2S.24.S OFFICE or THE COMMISSIONERS. WASH ington. D. C.. July 15, 1919. Sealed icoposals will be received st the office of the Secretary to the Board of Commissioners. Room 509. District Building, until Z o'clock p. m . Monday. Ao P'at 4. 1919, for laying cement sidewalks in the District of Columbia, approximately 50.000 iquare yards. F>>nns of proimsals. specifications, to pether with necessary information may be ob tained from the Chief Clerk of the Engineer De partment. ^oom 4B7, District Building. LOUIS BROWN LOW. W. GWYNN OARD1NER. CHARLES W. KUTZ. Commission era. julT.lS.19.ZI.ZlZS UNITED STATUS HYGIENIC I-A MORATORY, Washington, D. C. <HTic? of Oistodian, July 18. 1919. Sealed i*oi>osals will be received st this office until 2 p. m.. August 4. 1919. snd then publicly opened for PAINTING A^D PANT ING at this friilding in accordance with this specification, corses of which may be obtained from the custodian only. G. W. OJcOOY. Cua todian. jufi.23.2S OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, WASH ir.gton, D. C.. July 21, 1919. Sealed proposals will be received at this office. Room 509. until 2 o'clock p. m.. August 11. 1919. for furaiahing uniforms snd caps for members of Police De partment of the District of Columbia, for a j'-eriod of one rear. from October 1. 1919. Speci fications and form of proposal may be obtained upon application to the Purchasing Officer. D. (*.. Room 320. District Building. LOUIS BROWN LOW. W GWYNN GARDINER. I CHARLES W. KUTZ. Commissioners, D. C. ju& 3t OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. WASH ington. D C., Julv 19. 1919. Sealed proposals will be received at this office. Room 509, District Building, until 2 o'clock p. m., Aug'ist 18, 1919, for furnishing and delivering cotton tankage prea* cloth. Specifications and forms of proposal may be obtained upon application to Purchasing Of | fleer. Room 32). District Building. LOUIS BROWNLOW. W GWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES W. KUTZ. CVanmissioners. D. C. jas-at REFRIGERATORS fc ICEBOXES. Kefrifcerators, Ice Boxes THAT ARE SUPERIOR NCUSON REFRIGERATOR CO. 6! I F St N. W. Franklin 2757 l ? i f 1 'i "' ?? AUTOMOBILES AccMtoriM ud Repairing USE THE WANT AOS Before Baying or SeSag Tov Auto. Wlhy ?when you can flip on another wheel and ran along after only a minute's delay and no work? With the E-Z WAY DEMOUNTABLE WHEELS you simply loosen THREE BOLTS and remove the enti-e wheel, replacing it with one which has a fully inflated tire all ready. Ask your deaier or call upon us for particulars. AUTO ACCESSORIES COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS FOR MARYLAND. VIRGINIA AND D. C. PHONE MAIN 2037. 401-2-J MUNSEY Bt'ILDINO "DEPENDABLE ACCESSORIES DONT HESITATE Come early and avoid the rush. Get these tires now. Guaranteed for 6,000 miles. Absolutely firsts, no seconds. 30x3 $11.00 30x3'/2 13.50 32x3|/2 15.69 34x3'/2 17.59 31x4 20.30 32x4 20.68 33x4 21.59 34x4 22.07 32x4i/2 26.95 33x4'/2 27.76 34x41/2 28.57 35x4'/2 29.81 36x4i/2 30.28 37x5 36.56 GLASSER. BLUM & CO.. Phone North 3876 and 3959. 2030 7th St. N.W. ALL parts to all cars in stock. We can save you 50*^,. Larg est dealers in used cars in Wash ington. GLASSER, BLUM & CO.. 2030 7th St. N.W. North 3876 and 3959. Jyl6-tf | TIRE DOCTOR. We tony. eichanc* old tirea. I'LAZA ADTO 8CPPLI CO.. 101-MB Mast. ar?.. I'hone Franklin 6821 AUTOS FOR HIRE. PHONE FRANKLIN 50. Touriog and out-of-town tripa a specialty. , 1004 Fa. ate. nt. juMR MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE. SMITH'S TRANSFER <T5Em? AND STORAGE CO. NORTH 3342. N. 3343.?^tPr-~ N. 3344. Ifgi' LONG-DISTANCE MOVING. SAFETY' FIRST. i ABSOLUTELY KlKLl'HOOK STUKlOt Kooma U and np. Moving and Parfclr? UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. ?lS-f) ]*li H. ow. Fhooa Halo ta and PtanMin 2U3 ti. moving" We fumlah larje padded vans and careful ma* to handle your food*. PACKERS of furnitora, pianoa. china, brtc-a- 1 brar, etc. Experienced men only. SHIPPING to all parts of the world. STORAGE .or funutur. pianoa and houa* hold sooda 12? H 8t. N. W. Haiti S-lt. 1 KRIEG'S EXPRESS FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS ! AUTO REPAHUXG. <M PER - PER V 1 HOJR - MAN ALTO RFPAIRING All U?r> of Cm By Kxprrt Mrct*anic? Carbon Rerooted by Oijpw Proce* Ford Authorised 0?i ? 1ft Wcrkmanahlp GnarauteaA ( H. E. HOWES 1410 First Street N. E. Phoot Nun* ?B. tikes vuucanized and bepaibkd. MIKE Uiu. CO.. MI 1Kb ST. KW. __ ?????_ | riftt.cn minutes mom washiko tun. uo jub too large, uooe too amaJl; autoa repaired by eipert mechanics; Chev rolet" and overland specialise; cara call ed for and d^lireted; distance no object, C LAKE MX) X OA&AGb, Clarendon. Ya. juM Auto Repairing. $1.00 per Hour. We repair all makea of cars. Generator wort a speculi}. Our eemce ia beat. E. H. BAUER CO. **booe Mam ?1M. (S li at n. _____ AUTO PADTTDIG. Northeast Automobile ? Paintirg and Triraaftnv r>*., 141# Kim St N t Oflw Phuoa North or. Estlmatea Prrcspeneai Cfceetfully Furniahed Oar Motto epST-at ACTON FOIlTALk. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World THE ROMAN AUTO CO. 333 N. Broad ?t.. Philadelphia. Pa. 1,000 car* to select from?1918, 1917. 1*16 model*, m all makea, SS0 up. Catalogue free no re jut4.r.t.l! 14.lt.II a.0.? ?.30 SPECIAL NOTICE. THE SHADE SHOP Brauchca 733 12th St. "Si? PHONE MAIN ?71 Order Window Shades Now -and set the advantage of our special summer prices. TlbSTF"KAbLEBT CO.. Expert carpet and rug cleaning by o'deat and be* firm in city. 362 Md. are. ir. Mam ?M aplM* WOKKINGMEN-EVERYTHING IS GOING fine a* far as this br.sinraa ia concerned and the whacla are groaned and one good turn de sirres another; you spend ca*h witji tie and we gi*e good ralne. that's a square exchange; new last*. C up. JT*8TH*S OLD STAND. S'.t D Mm FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS "THAT LITTLE GAME" Kings and Deuces too Often n t win ! read 'e^, ben ! wings and COOTIES-! I \ If, AGAIN ? tm* ?s about "Che Third ?ftne ! a int your arm GETTlN" tired of holdin' 'em? throltf 'cm (n >w\th the oem. FoR a change. Vs/e know it's hard To <&et r\d of the cooties bot THERE's NO excuse for a&optln the c(lou>n6d ooi*\es ? * Voo (afere fooush To mnGER, harrv? he ttppeoc^f his hand: d\ont t?u see h((v\ ? scratch v- < X OH. hc^ we'i-w miss fO\J vajhcn YOU'RE gone: owpopoiwl ion&r s?n* ro schooner OF SOD*: Liberty and Victory CASHED AT HIGHEST PRICES We Abo Pay Ca*k for Put Paid Liberty Bond Card* ?od WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Without Going Through Any Red Tape We pay interest up to day your bond Is sold. Inquire elsewhere tor prices, but don't sell your bond* or stamps until you cat our prices. Liberty Investment Co. Phone Main 7>8q 920 F Street N. W. Open Daily. 8:30 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. Bonds ~W? talk >??? and ptr mora.* CASH FOR LIBERTY AND VICTORY BONDS, OF A 1.1, ISSUE8 AND WAR SAVINGS STAMPS We Also Buy Part-Paid Cards LIBERTY BOND EXCHANGE 915 Penna. Ave. N.W. OPEN Dally 1:30 am. to S p.m. Sundsy 10 am. to l p.m. * ? Schools And Colleges FIRST OR ADC CIVIL SEBVlCE EX AMI nations far clerks Augurt t and 9. Tuition for entire course for the?e examinations ?. The CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL, ae. cor. I2lh and F sU. nw. Frank lm WD JOIN THE T. W C. A. CAMERA CLFB. Jp | raeanoea 1731 G St. nw. juH-lt AOCOFVTANCY An eitrrme>'T practical home-study rouzse. prepare* for the C. P. A. in one gear's tune. W# are plating man* sccountanta. THE NATIONAL SCHOOL Or AOCOL NTAKCY. Colorado Bids., Washington. L>. Q i'Lune Franklin IfTi. lulAtf Accountancy Rational T. M. C. A. Ce..? D^nree Gran tins Pswm New Claaaea Now Fsmilng Oldest Accounting School in City 1FV: . Y.M.C.A. *? FUNERAL DL5IGN&. Appropriate Funerai Token* ! Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street hW ?oto 4rl.?T ma DIED. BARNES?Departed this life Friday, July IS, 1815. St 11:10 p m.. AMY bHeved wife of William H Barnes' sUter of Mrs. Claricv Bax lor. Solo mon. Edmund. Robert, James and Carter Saunders _ Monday 1 p. m? from Shiloh Baptist Oiurch. L. street be tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth street# GENTNER?On Saturday. Julv IS. 1919. at 1:30 p. m . WILLIAM O..' beloved son of Mrs. X. F. Gentner. aged 16 years. Funeral from his late residence, 93-S O aL nw.. at 9 o'clock a. m.. Tues day. July 22. thence to the Im maculate Conception Church where requiem mass will be sung Inter ment in Mount Olivet Cemetery Relatives and friends invited A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which newer can be filled. By hla devoted and loving MOTHER. NELSON?On Sunday, July 80. 1919. at 2 p. m.. at her residence, 7 K street northeasts ANNIE B.. widow of William Nelson. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. Edyar J. and "Margaret T. McOlellan. boy. Joseph and Anns C. Boaweil. girl. James T. and &a M. <ire*n. girl. Leonard E. and Leola W, Marks, firl. Ijewis T. and Nora V. Leapiey. boy. John O. and Nettie L. Payne, girl. Robart H. and Lillian Johrwon. bny. Jamea H. sad Lois G. Van Wacenen. girt. Wm. A. and Ella M. Smith. girL Leo and UgouT* Soeeringer girt. Robert A. and (Marie Bickett. nrt Nichk* D. and Ana torn* Manthoa. girL Ed win J. and Lucy <M. Johnaon. girl Walter C. and Me P. Hallmao. gtrt John I and Bay Hamaker. boy. Patrick aad Esther Henmgan. boy. John G. and Lulu Draper. boy. Albert and Dceothy L. Churchill, girl. James A. Jr.. and Florence J cahill, boy. Thomas W. and Edna Blumenaner girt. Robert H. and Alma M. Barnard, girL COLORED Jamea W. and Blanche Hawkina. bo*. Jamea M>. and Christine B DUlani girt Benjamin F. and Hester E. Fisher. bow. Samuel aad Etee Matthews, girl. Norrta 8. and Qinendotyn T. Rich. boy. Lorenso and Elizabeth Don. boy. Wilba and 'Margaret Lary. girt. John and Bertha CfcMda girl Gaorss E. and May Lee. girl ^ J sums El aad Minnie V. Crenshaw. girt. Jmms and ' ~ Jess* aart "RED TERROR" I URGED IN U. S. Forcible Seizure of Pow^r Is Openly Advocate By I. W. W. New York. July *0.?Ope* ? c4cy of the red terror." tfc? * 4* st ruction of tbe American f?v?r? nfnt and the forcible selxwie r.f power by the workers wu tained In ma<ruine? print RuMlan and Plnnlsh by the W. These publication* we subject of testimony at a of the joint legislative con investigating radical and m i activities in this State Ro th* masatinei were publish# > 'n New York and others In Chlcas* Extracts from the mafi.. ' t which mere read by translatorr eluded such sentences as: # "The bourgeoisie can be |*.a lyied only by the red terror" 'Burn the codes of law. tak %: the riches; death to the I .r fMlate." "One of the mopt effective w ons Is sabotage let us attack the ferocity of tlgera.** Among s number of letters which were read Into the testimony, ad dressed to the i W w. headquar ters here, was one from a woman teacher In a private school asking for literature suitable for boys of ' high school age. The letter was dated 8a Una. Km and w as signed Grace Ganarle Plank. The writer recommended that nothi^f be sent "so venomous as to an tag-, on ire at the outset. MEXICO MUST PUNISH MEN WHO INSULTED RAG, U. S. DECIDES COimM'? FIICX PAGE OWL. in Mexican territory within the pajtf month. It is more than hkaly. how* ? ever, that Great Britain will make tftt strongest kind of representations be cause of the murder of one of her subjects, and thst her sctton might bring similar tactics by the admtnia tration. No reply has ss yet been received from Carransa. The kind that Is ex? i pected is "an expression of regret^V - | and this kind will not. be acceptably, j it was declared The present incident. Is the second offense in the Tampfcoq, district. Mere Details Papeete* %?m. Naval officials believe that Sec retary Daniels' request to Com mander Pinney for a 'fuller report"' of the incident will prompt that oltirrr to send an elaborate report. If it is lengthy. quite some time will be spent in deciphering It here, an I for this reason It probably wM not le mad*- public at once. In vi. w of the Mexican situation th 1 ? ?m ?'.? nt's trip on the Mgy j flower mas the subject of much j specuirticn. It was recalled that i he fr?n*-ially seeks the quiet of the ' Pi? sidmtial yacht when he is con sidering some momentous question. I and the treaty ard league covenant. bemrr subjects on which his line ef '.action hey been carefully planned and decided upon, mere thougtW not i to be among hi* thoughts TVif ! elimination brought the Mexican I question to the forefront and caused a renewal of the report that the President might take the en tire subject before Congress for action. The fact. It was stated yesterday* that the Carransa people know the United State* is ready both on land and at sea. where a great fleet un der Admiral Rodman is soon to ap . pear opposite Mexican m aters, msy ? induce Carrsnxa to accept the situa tion and make amends as will tida iover his present grave snd very j dsngerous trouble. 4OQ.A00 Army Available. Army authorities say it has al mays been held there would be lit tle use of mobilising for a clean up in Mexico unless there were an initial army of 2SO.tO? men. That mas th?5. idea of Gen. Wood when Chief-of-Staff As a matter of fa<4. there are of all arms in the United States at the present time about 400.000 men. It is knom-n the Army War o!lage I has plans for invasion and defense against any given country, and It Is ' further known that at the time the invasion of Mexico seemed imminent the War College and the General Staff had selected the route for the advance of the main column Th* advance this time mould be immense ly aided by the Motor Transport Corps In the matter of water; and the air service, although badly knock ed out. is still in the ring. The concentration of troops on the border mould not now be so difficult' a matter as it mas when, the National Guard went, as best it could, to th* possible firing line in Texas. 237 CHICAGO FIREMEN'* "RESIGN" THEIR JOBS ? % - - ? Chicago July 19.?Chicago's la bor problem?already involving more than 115.00** persons?was made more serious today whew r?-s lunations" m*ere presented bf 237 fire department snd pumpimr station engineera. City official* said the stations will be manneff m ith emergency engineers. The en gineers voted to stay off duty un til their demand for SO cents an ho<ir is met. They now receive 41. Ten thousand packing house morkers in the larger plants were on strike. The men quit work be-_ cause, according to John KtkulskL a union organiser, policemen had be?*n detailed through the stocli yards to keep order. DEATHS REPORTED. WHIT* Warran B rot kerf or 1! W> I at ss. W -tiara)?aI1 Dsane- C. MS P sr. r?. Lucy Than*" X. OshssMs Ro?wu' rharlra M. ?. ?ll O SL s? Jefcn B. Cannon *. St. fli H?j* WiMbiw D. Ritmrtafci C 1W Wt m em. Joha L MeKisnon. &. SI Mml are na. . Phoeb* Ok*. T St. Oil Han* Wm. P WbasUr U an Hmtxopatfa. H?a Kia?he?h NiebnU SI. Tuhssmlotfi How*. Pa a] Padcstt 11. tl) L st aa COLOBEH Herman Carter. S ? Wia i?a n? Waiter Ada ma ?. ?.arS?* H?r?. Delta Dett U at ?-a Hon* lnfaat at Hmmry aad VNtaa Brown. 3 daya MMslw. H TVOTniWota Hm ? 4 l _ ; ? l | as.