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W ashington Herald ^
READ FOR PROFITS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
USE FOR RESULTS
? Phone ?
Main 3300
f~uVli%rj?rt aerj day in the year by The Wa??
r.rcr Benld 0??m| it CMS Elaianth street.
^MlliiHai. D C
Tekpboce fcrhanj^?C*n Main S3?. (Fji
advertisementi l>< for Branch 1).
Ueaiber Audit C ireae ?t Clrcnlatiom.
CLASSIFIED RATES
?ur?*Bd? r ONE
dieted j CENT
Wacted Racii ud Board ^ ^ WORD
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tonifirt Ra>a *>n TI-J'JS*
Minimum F^re f.in*a.
rcr.Ur.S REPRESENTATIVES
>. C. HM.KW'atI alEvIAl. AGENCY.
*fa Vr* Oflkt ltrtbw?k W.4?i
-Vi-ca*., Offte.... Tribune BMg
LHuv't Office iff l ord Bldg.
?VUill Office Ti l.\2 FCeHonaJ Cv.^ Bldf
_ LOST.
.OST?ONE 34x4 UNITED
States solid truck tire. No.
140487 "T," in neighborhood
^fDuoont Circle. August 4, at
3 p. m. Notify MASTER ME
CHANIC, Capital Traction Co.
Phone West 990.
-dNf-OOLD HK>TBALL WATCH CHARM
?f'WU. ate. car leaving M at. at 1 :W a. m .
Vt*?at I. Ke-riM. B<?Xj??. Herald Hfce.
' *.|V3^
?SV_HOVNn BLACK IMKTIN COLLAR
rr"i y,^ us $10 reward if returned to
>11 74th .?t. nir an. 4-3t |
^yr-ixiBEij?.\N riNfiiEB i-OLirr. r*"x"v'
bl^k ami tan. aran-pra to nam" "Stella."
-iheral reward. OOI* A DUMA. X3 Connect!- I
TUtwe. pj. Phone N?Tth KS. au 4-St |
?' WANTED?AGENTS.
"WlBt l!|i; IMV."NE or nfR
?Pecialty ij'hIj Tactrrtra in your home. Rinail
?com, anywhere; ?? tell ho* and fnruiab erery
hii^|; iuKiti'4; frand opportunity; men wo
?e?. CANDY CO.. Iil9 Racstead U.. Pbiladel
xMa. Jul* 3ft
\ HELP WANTED?MALE.
fT5Tr5*t:: FXrn<u:v!:i>~c.N ornament
a* !?<m work. ready job (or nglit nun. Ap
*y-3K K ?\ t?"* a x> 3t
WANTED ? Carpenters, steady
work. Apply KEY BRIDGE
OFFICE, 35th and Water sts. n. w,
uMI
rl>SMtil *<>I.DIEB I'V M T. C.WANTS
i*?c- in gang* eaperienca with nearly e*ery
r>ak?? oi machine. Write J. E. W , Bronann,
Ca. au. l-St
,HE?,P WANTED?FEMALE
WA.^Vif)-TWO WOMEN TEACHERS and
one Kan leather f<* the Korran Christian In
"tituie in Haw.?.i. Answer KOREAN (X>11
UlSoI'?N. 1308 ;(?? a?e. H one Maui Ml.
au63t
?41 EM h; K %l'?tKK~ I'EH MA.NEXT fOATt^T
A t?: . \|r K NSTMENT. H-rald office a?;*3t
VoOi; L\LkV" l>X?i: ( LE&tCAL IPOSITION;
mur.t be a!*'e to t*ke dictation and use type
write; e?.;-ert #*rtrx;r.?r.hrr n'< nec?aaax> ; de
wraMe pvi ion for rirht pers-'-n. See Mr. L. 8.
!iELM. liiatri-n Manager. I'otonsac Electric Pow
?r Compan\. llth an?l 1* *t?. nw. auft-8t
\? ANTED"HH i: YOI N.J LADIES AS CSH
era; Ti? wotk umtiiice *.id uigLt. Apply GAY
KTT THEATEF au^St
WANTED-Tor NO LADY KOE SOLICITOR;
gjoil salary and promotion. Apply Mr. LAND,
ransack Dry Cieasing Co., lijO Qneen .?t ne.
I-irecln 19 ?i6-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE.
honorably DISCHARGED SOLDIER EM
llojcd an clerk-typist in goTernm<Tit derart
x,er.t d?^irca e?oning cTrpIojTnent, preferably in
?ea! i state effke. with rpjoctunity to learn basi
3*-a:. B??X Hera'd office. aul-tf
LLE? THIfUVS HELP ER EX.VVVY man
L-arn electrical tuaiueae. Z, K
ansi"
aui-tf
-t.LDlER. DIM'-HAKOKD. DE-tRKS posi
tion cha ifTeur. Tall Main 2E70. Br 135
FRANK CARAt'ELLY. BOX 6?. Herald
tffiee. ju2>4t
LX "?E*V1' E man DtwlCKd I-OSJtToN AS
elia'iffeur, wtil do all minur repairing; truck or
or.r'ns: steady aaJ competent Apply BOX 701.
Herald o?Tke. ? Jii2Mt
koTXO .V AN ii YEAR*. Jl\*T DI9
charged Jroa* the nay. wanta position as bell
aoy. or '?lyrical"'jopi'ion; good education; steady
ind conspeieut. Adiresa BOX 7t?. Herald office.
jur tf
DIxH AK<; E D SOLDI KB DEM RES posi
tion in chauffeur: private or commercial. BOX
?)0 Hera'd office. m34t
EX SERVH E MAX. EXPERIENCED IN ICE
rream and candy making, would like position
with local fatal lishnicnt. BOX 973, Herald of
? aaMt |
BUSINESS CHANCES.
we have many good opportunities
tor eatable tren and women with acme capital
lalso ?itb*jct) to connect up with gotra bua'.ne?a
cmcerna in tbia city. Apt^ mcrnirga. T?1E
fORPOllATTON AGENCY COMPANY-. 143
b' ow. my'S-SOt
MONEY_ TO J^GAJH.
uJTlT TO LOA.N-Si?. Tu *i?0M ON D. C.
real ??i? SKtil mil lunJi. All Inu
actio ? conducted wim economical conaiderauot
ijr Uiro*en.
W\I. U. oACXDERS & CO..
goutLern Building, ft/7 ICtb at. aw.
XfnvET *O^OAN ON CITT REAL ESTATE
.t current ratea of intereat. TYLER *
nLTHEltFORP INC.. 817 15th at. uw. ?p.'IM
r . lckl THE CLAMMi11bL) COLL" u.N* >\ju
, oeawa c4 U&?tn of cue oty l^ia
'' ,u an ?u|g?*tioa-0*it It Uo t.
REAL ESTATE
B?fort
Baying, StUnf or Rratisf
USE THE WANT AD&.
WANTED?FURNISHED ROOMS.
MIDDLE-AGED U B N T L E N1 A N WANtft
ploMMH rr>?u, bresflMK tnd uu of
hath. lr? Alexandria (Xwnty. Vi.; ccsnfort pr^
ferred U> style, pMMMut, state terms lfc>X
7W. suMt^ '
CLAIRVOYANTS.
he bftekTW Ceatf*
MME. JEANETT ,
PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT
Guarantees to leed your entire Hit, past. pres
ent and luture. 8h? uu ?? q i?tlft?. but be
f<*e ycu utter ? word she telle whet you billed
i for. names oC irirnds. ecerrlee; tells how to
gun kiKctrsA in tMSi'-eea, L' li b. co urtabip, mir
ris#e, divorce t-lle mu what pirt of the world
I *will be aoci^M/al for Jou; sdriees how to fain
and hold i food poaition; she tells if the oue
I 70a lore Is trus or fife*. Ate you in trouble J
I Do you find the one yon hits bestowed your
j 'rust sod affection upon acting cool sod in
, different tawird you! She will remove ail oh- 1
?tecles and tell you bow to win and bold the I
one you desire. She reunites the separited. U> I
catrt a beer, t friends or relatlvea. Readings, |:.?A
J? SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Prhats Pulora. Op p. Sail 4 Oa
ieJ-tt
| MADAM D'ASHMAN
t?7paf Clalrtyyin:
Aod card reader; adnce given on OuaJoeM.
muriate eud ^.irorcej ttua woua^n baa read
for many people in maty countries. Her
I predictions axe reliable. 1X1 U su. cmvm
: ?>h apll-Vtt
MADAME VICTORIA.
The lifted pelniat ind clairroyint. Can ad
rue Nisinesa. family affairs, lore and marriigea
t Can tell you the name of future huaband or
1 wife. Can tett you the aecre* of being succeas
i ful: hnw to svoid trovlrie and how to avoid eri)
I influence. Satisfaction guaranteed. or no charge.
1 fciiitrance K? 7th at. au6 7tit
MADAME ALLFrT"
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Ill F STREET N. W
Guarantee to read your est ire life, pact, prrt
ert ard future; givte u-ue edrice on boMness.
j lore, liralth and family -affai?*; telle tb* name
, of your future buabsod re wife; and what to
; do to be mccesaful in !ife; one risit will fwy
: yon for your mary iisappointmenta io ?tbera:
1 ?hs will remors all cbstsc'ee and tell you bow
to win and hold tbe one you desire; ahe glvea
; advice 00 all imi-ortant affaire ot life; readinp
|1 00: 00 cce in trouble turned away merry ov
I no money. jc? >91
MADAM LENORE
r, if ted clairroyant and medium, can be con
sulted on all iffeirs Of life. Where others fell,
tbe succeed* Her adfice ia ftoc-1 try her. No
gu?-ss w< rk or question# isk?d whit alie aer?a and
telle con<e* true. Satisfaction guiranteed. Of
fice 721 11th at. nw . two doors north of Palais
Royal st>*e. Hour*. 11 a. m. to 8 p *0. jul-VOt
PALM1STRT.
OLD AND RELIABLE
MADAME ZELLA
?tbe Gypsy eonder. who ha1* traveled m<-tft ex
tensively. reading and conTincing beyond the
leist ilr.ulA her ability to look accurately into
the fartheet devths of 1 humin hind and reid
the most delicate and shidowed aigns of one's
life. A descendant of that famous Gypsy nueen.
Zella. who. more than a century igo, read the
henda of the crowned heads of Europe and more
thin convinced and won the praise Of being (the
Gypsy Wonder) the mo>t celebrated palmist.
Madam Zella ha* practiced reading the mys
teries of the hand since a girl of 13 jeir* and
his been taught and enlightened by the heat and
moat noted oM and young of her Gypsy rice and
being 1 woman 85 yeira of age ia without 1
doubt 1 Gypsy wonder, fill and be convinced.
Satisfaction guarinteed. 615 7th at. nw.
MRS. BOSWELL.
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT
GiT?w adrice on btmines, matters, lore, health
' and family iffiin; tella if the one you lore i?
, true or falae. what part of tl?e country U luckiest
i to ycii. what to do to be auccens/ul in life. Gives
I you dstes and ficta. tells yo*j what his j*?ed in
? life, and what is happening, without inking 1
! single quwticfl. rfhe does not tell to p^a.*1. but
! mds juat is the hinds indicate; te>'a you the
, planeta jou were bom under, the lucky and un
j lucky Hanete; when and wbom you will marry ,
settles and explains love. funKy trouble, mir
riage, divorce, heiltb, lawmlta. apeculations. in
j vestments, transactions of all kinda. In fact, no
' scatter what your hoi>e. fear or imbition, come
I to this noted pilmist and find help. There ia no
i use for anyone to be unsuccessful or unhanppy.
; No matter what the cause, her advice removes
i all trouble. She guarantees aatisfiction. Read
I ingK. 11 00. 710 7th st. nw. 1U&-&
prof7belmonT,
r-jted clairroyant ind pilmist. Gives idrice
on business mitters, lore, health, and family af
' fairs. Tells name of your future husband or
wite. ie!!? if one you lore ia true or falae. What
;?rt of the cvubtry i?eki??t to you. Wbat te
j do to be euccecsful in lit*. lZis St. \ a?? un.
Next door to Masonic Temple. Readings, JL
ie?-?l
j Palmistry is a recognized ?cience, and
RIZPAH ELDON.
j? known as one of its greitest exponent* Hnn
l dreds risit this remarkable r.'oin daily; com- j
? plele readings with accurate descriptions of wbat j
I ycur hand foretella only SI. Receptton parlor ae. j
| corner of t?th and G nw. Entrance Ith at. 1
; lloura, lu a. m. to S p. m.
MADAME STANLEY
' -Royil Cyw palmist, reids the hand like in
; open book; aatiafaction guaranteed, give her ?
. rill. 1211 II at. ne. je25-90t '
~ MADAM"EPPY
EGYPTIAN PALMIST.
Reads your life from crsdle to grave; her pow
| era ire wonderful; mdieputible advice; clear irv
I formation concerning lofe. courtship, mirrlage
; ind divorce; both rich and poor find counaal
equally beoeflclal and interesting; you are wner
| and happier after consulting her; aatiafaction
guaranteed; penransntly located; houn, 9 a. m.
to ? P.
W PA. AVE. NW.
te?-9*
" Madam kasko
-EGYPTIAN SCIENTIFIC PaXSIlgT; TELLS
PAST. PRE8ENT AND FUTTIE; tATIS
FACTION GUARANTEED; UOLKS. # A. H.
TO S P M. iTJlMANliNTLY LOCATED,
ia Kh IT. NW. bu^M
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
HOW lV> BE VOCK OWN I.ANDIyORD~AT
CtaM on 1X0 c?tl) and las , month.
ALLAN W G1BSO.V, 37514 Colorado Build
*>?' hK-Stt
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
ftlANK THEODORR ALLEN. M. s. p.. l5T
mtor. Astrological Reaesrch Society. Personal
| reading. by appointment, $2; typewritten fore
I ca?4s r> and up. Expert IO0MI0MI guidance.
| "lit. Alton's work Is Itrictly scientific and math
ematical. not a. nutter o4 feelings. impressions
or riMMl H* is not a 'fortune teller.' " 1(0
B nw. fhone Franklin 6822 tnj ^
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
-will rfci your horn* of roaches. ants. waterbuc*.
and bedbugs. Will exterminate n>ich? in your
home, Sold by druggists or A. M. C. CO.. 911
N. V. are. Wain 2utt. aul-Nt
FLOORS.
Tour old wood Coon scraped off r'.r*n u
ratarki wood and rspotisbed. So floor* too l>ad
C. ADAMS. 4T O at. nw. Franklin 251A. nyi-CO;
CHAIR CANEl\fi.
CHAIR CANEING. ~~
Furniture Repairing and Upholstering.
ARMSTRONG'S FURNITURE REPAIRING
SHOP, 1233 10th %L nw. iVaak. 74*3
iu27-14t
CABINET MAKER.
CABINET MAKER
I can repair and re finish auy piece of furni
ture yon hare. It# condition dees not matter.
Color changing a a;?ci?!ty. My price ui rra
SonaNe and all work is guaranteed. Drop postal
and will call, or phone Fr. 459$. ABE MAJU'US.
1015 New York are. nw. 1u.T090t
MIRRORS REPAIRED.
MIRRORS REPAIRED
Mirror* resdlrered equal to new. New mirrors
to order. Drop card, will call.
THE MIRROR SHOP.
M R. BROTSKY. Propi 14JV F st. nw.
ju30 90t
PERSONALS.
DO YOU LOVE GOOD HEALTH! lOU CAN
bsve It. Call ?t i7a 7th at. nw.
OLD INDIAN HEP.* REMEDY SHOP
tah! 99t
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
| fi04 SEVENTEENTH STREET
OVER 30 YEARS
Nervous ac<i specu. Diseases ,/ Urn and Wcomo,
Meant Health to You if You Suffer
From Catarrh, (jbaaity, Rbeumsusoi. Constipa
tion. Pilsa. Throat. Loco. ?rain. Heart B;ood
aod Haio Diseases. Nerroca Detniiry. Eiditty
Diseases. Bladder Trouble. Specific blood Poi
soning. Eruptions. Ckera. and All Private Dis
eases Cured for Life hi Ssfe Me'hoda.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnifhed.
CONSULTATION FREE
| Private Waiting Room for Ladiet
Office Honrs. II to 1.. I U i S"'.d??s. !? to '1
PROPOSALS.
I OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. PIS
! trict of Columbia. August 1. 1319 HEALED
PROPOSALS will 1* received at the office of
the Secretary to the Board of Commissioner.
Room S09. District Building, until 2 o'clock,
p. m . August Jl. 1919. for furnishing and in
stalling a steam heating system in Truck House,
j No. 6. located on Park road, between 13th and
i 14th ste. irw. Blanks forma of proposal, plans.
| specifications and all necessary information may
; be obtained from the Chief Clerk. Bhflneer De
I ;-artment. Room CT. District Building. Wash
I ington. I>. C. A de;x?lt of Ute dollars will be
! required from bidden to insure the return of the
?liana an.l ?peciflraUOra LOUIS BROWNLOW.
I W. OWYNN GARDINER. CHARLES \V.
I KUTZ, Commissioners. D. i\ au2 4.5A7.S
SPECLAL NOTICE.
j NOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN OF THE IN
[ tent ion of the Secretary of Navy to order the
sale or destrucUon of four old motor l?oats.
I owners unknown. uoAS on the land recently pnr
! chained fc* the extension of the Wlahington Nary
j Yard, near the Anscostla Brldg". urileas their
owners rem ore them on or before August 15.
I 1919. aii5-3t
j \\~ORKINOMEN?IKniF.IlK ft ANY At'
prehension regarding the price of new pints
! rest easy as you can buy lower from u.?, XI up
i git's a wide selection and wo bare slightly u*ed
| coats and rests. $2 up, and that combination
I makes a low price suit. JUSTH'S OLD STAND.
; 6!9 D. s?6-lt
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FED
eral Auto Supply Company of the District of
J Coiumbis: NoUce is hereby given that a specisl
i meeting of the htockholders of the Federal Auto
Supply Comjany. of the District of Columbia,
will be held on the 16th day of August. 1919, at
i tho offices of the company. 477 Pa. are. nw .
Washington. D. C., at 7:30 o'clock p. m. The
object of the meeting la to increase the capital
stock of said company from $:5.UX) to ?0.0.0 or
S'ich other Increase in the capital stock of said
company a* may be determined at the meeting
to be held as aforesaid. IN WITNESS WHEUE
oF the directors whose names sre signed hereto
have authorised this notice and ssid meeting.
ELMER T. HUNTT. President; T. P HICK
MAN. Vice President; J. WELLS. Tressurer.
4tt<?t : C. E. WEBER. Secretary'. ju23.20 st)6
" the shade shop
eruckM 733 12th St.
PHONE MAIN a;t
Be Wise in Time.
Order Window Shades Now
And save advance in prices.
WRECKING AND BUILDING
ft'fe WRKl'K ALL KINlrn OK BUILDINGS.
A. B. TOMPSON, 13K E it. m.
J u23-sun, wed. fri-tf
AUTOMOBILES
AccoMorie* tad Repairing
USE THE WANT ADS
Be.'ore Baying or Setting Your Ante.
AUTOS FOR HIRE. |
PnoilE rnANKLIN M.
Touring and out-?f*t?e? tiipa a
1 1004 Pa. a*e. n?.
CALL PIERCE. WEST 197.
| Quick wrrlw. (1 ?0. R00, ?150 per bmlT;
I bkx-ka. SOc; city iToper, 7tr. aiv3 9<Jt_
I AUTO rkpairiho.
Whoa!
You Can't
Go On W
Like That.
nVII rail for
your cur nnd
deliver It. R<
paired by expertk,
Clarendon Garage,
Clurendon. V*.
' Cull kloaftyln 62,
K-2.
TRY WILLCHER
?the -motor cat dtagnonticisn; ninety-day guar
antre on a'l auto repair work. 1241 W st. n*.
Ph<*w North 2M0. sullOt
PER "PER
HOUR - MAN
$1
AUTO RFPAIR1NG
All Mares of Cars
By Expert UldlMhi
Carbon Rera-Tfed by Oxygen
ProcMfc
Ford Authorised P?r?lrs
Workmanship Guaranteed (
H. E. HOWLS
1410 First Street N. E.
Pbooe North *fcl
TJKk-S VULCANIZED ATiU 1IEI AIRED.
Mi k K liAi-L CO.. 511 lOlb *T. NW.
st?3M?
Auto Repairing, $1.00 per Hour.
W# repair all make? uf cat*. Generator wc*k
a specialty. .
Our service la be*.
E. H. BAUER CO.
Phone Main 91M. 6M G st_ aw.
REFRIGERATOR^ k ICEBOXES.
Refrigerators, tee Boxes
THAT ARE SUPERIOR
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
61 I F St N. W. Franklin 2757
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
! SMITH'S TRANSFER
! AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 3342. N. 3343.
i N. 3344.
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
absolutely riUkfH00K oTtittAua
Km ma. V- and op. Moving aod Picking
( UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. 'I*-* Jfta
| it. nw. Phong Mala i'JT} aod Franklin ?<D if.
moving"
tVe furnish large padded vans end cuaful roes
to handla mur good*.
? PACKERS of furniture. piano*, china, brio-*'
! bear. etc. Lxperieneed men only.
] SHIPPING to all ]*u'Ij of the world.
| STORAGE ?or lumitur'. pianos, and boos*
bold pood*
122C H St. N. W Mala *'.?
| KRIEG'S EXPRESS
I WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
i YOU L AN T HIDE. IOUK AO IN Th ?
I clasmned columns -tor there isn't a htdinj
1 j/lac* tbera. Th*?e a<1a are KtAU. ocl.Htl
! WILL call 134 MY E.\;.? IKr.KD AUTO,
rnocile, city cr guburben. and ;*> jju tug&rtt '
prices f jt la cues', gentlemen*. children's dia
I rarded cloth in*, of all a*^p??on* Ada.-mi
, or ph-no. 1 will caU. k. KICK 1383 u?
j at. nw North lTta fi#M
Schools
And
Colleges
j EASTERN COLLEGE; 1HIRTYFOUR MILES
1 from Washington, D. C.; degree, prep and I
Junior school courses: ace 10 upward; oiena Set- '
Lvmljer 3D. DR. ROOF, l*rea. Manaatas. Va.. J
"Box 4. Jit?aun.?ed.fri-90t
Accountancy
i Nntlftnnl T. M. C!. A. fouraa
Degree Crantlng Powers
Ifew Cliikaea Xow Korailog
| Oldest Accounting School In City.
I Ur%i: Y. m. c. A.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funeral Tokens
Artistic??xprsMlTs?ineipenaiTs.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F StraeL
Prompt auto delivery service.
oaUU-tf
IFOR RESULTS TRY HERALD
CLASSIFIED ADS
APTO ACCggsonm:?
Vihb "boerSi;
1|? DOOTO*.
W# buy. NcJ tad txchang* old tim. Pr. >71
ESsTiE" ?? ? ?
AtJTos ron saOeT ~~
Come to the Largest Uied Auto
Dealers in the World
THE ROMAN ALTO CO.
203 N. Broad at.,
Philadelphia. Pa.
m1"?! "IT, ]?l? mod?U.
to .U ?k<? ISO up C.T.IOID. free on n
"*? '???.?.u.u,u,u.a.B.B.g,a
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE
IUiry B tad Anni* L. Wood, boy
John L. and Graoe William* girl
IUJph E and llub A Maiduff. girt
Bertram and Emily E L*ae, girl.
Akck and Mary Kado. glii.
John H. and Emma J Higgin*. girl
K lleuderaon. boy.
Fred and Minnie Hughet?, girl
Edwin A. and Mary HaJiey. bor
Getirge W. and J*an M. Hurl but, girl
Gaorg* W. and E?th*r Hyman girl
Ettore acd Mary I'agiio, girl
tffrdwie W and Clara J. Darting rrl
Win J and Bolra L. Cottar, tffl"
Simon and Minnie Cohen, girl.
Iran and Theresa Bogdanirieh. boy.
Harold M. D. and Auguata Brmm, boy.
Anfimne and Kali* Burton. bo>
Daniel and Man Adam*, girl
COLORED.
Wm. and Carrie Wiggins, girl
Obarlf* and LdiUi M?an<, girl.
Harry and Jane Jackson, 1*^.
John E. and Mamie J Hayaa. girl.
Jamea C. and L*icy Campbell girl
Cfcarlea and One* Uivwn. girl.
DEATHS REPORTED.
WHITE
Htram H Martin. 7* ;aan. i&r I^nnot *t.
MariarK C Hardy. 16. Fiuun at ?w.
Wm. F. Marche. 3D, Oarflfld Hospital.
Marlon Kotogy, 19, Hlt>l<-r Hocpftal.
Eliaabrth Hiajrlnn, 75. 214 Ra?t Capitol at.
George W Weber, ?4, 5C5 M at sw.
Charlea B. Kicker. 43 Walter Herd llnapital
Cornelia A. Crofut. M 2129 isth *t. n?
ftarah P Moor*. 51. 1302 Euclid at. d?.
Mary A. Kaldenhacti. * moi. X&> M aL aw
COfX>RK.r>
Thomas A. Janws. 77. M4 T ?t nw
Wm E Smith. ??. Walter fiord Hospital
Jamea Holl?day. tf. sl EJiaahnbn Hn.,4taL
Georja A T Bell. 1 n?.. 702 lXh at. ne.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
F. Howard Lrnch. *%. ,,{ McOnnnHlaburg. p*..
and Ernu V. ltollina, 24, of Cbambersburg. l*a.
Tlie R*t. H Schroedcr
Hoy C. Hart/r. 31. of Penn Tan. N. Y . *nd
fXhrl H Field, 21. of Waahingum. T*ie Her
H W Htcrar^ll
Geotga R- Tribteft, 34. and Kuaie G. Co*. X>,
both (/ Lonchbtirg, Ya. Tlie Ka?. C. g!
Chapel 1.
Bernard T?>m!in#on. 24. and Marie N r-,artt.
?, both of Warflington The ReT. G. K*
I hid lay ?
Jauw** V. Pi*r-e. ?. and Klla F1 Brtnkle?.
1S>. both c.f Waahlngtoo. Tb?* R^r. G C.
Baonn.
J Bam Perkina, 22. and France* M. hilar,
21. both of Washington. Tie Rer. R Schmidt.
g.-nc DeFnrd, 53. and Kath^rrn R Wataon.
i3. both of Philadelphia. Ta. The Rer J H
Jeffnee
Hoy Bull rum. 25. of Indian H??ad. Md . and
L^ti* E H^an^r, 25, of Waahington. "Hie R*r.
J. 11- 1 hinKin
COT^>REI>
William Flatcher. 23. ot RufTalo. N T and
Eunice M. Henning*. 21, tf Arlington Va ' Tli<?
!??*. W H Preach
WUiam E Jackaoo. 71. and Iraa D. Halter*.
20. both of Waahingum. The R?r. W. H
Icnuquin.
Jamea B Wwlfoik. ?, of Wnahlngton. and
Mao- Gil<a. 27. of Oxford, Maas. The Ret.
M W Clair.
Jemr Hmam. X?. of Wa^ingtva. and IVaaie
Ha?k.na. of Rt. Mar> a County. Md Tb?
R?-T M W. C'air
Robert J. W lahington. 20. and Coraalia
Abra?#, 15. t*>th of Waaliingtou. The Her W
A Taylor.
iITES-STINGS
D
B g| W?ih the aff?ct?d
?urf?c? with house
hold ? fflmonii or
?mrnj Mil water; then applj?
VICK'S VA
noufijoarfiuARo- -aojito'JSii
Liberty Bond
Prices
f Paid far S.VI Dondn TilFndar
3?% ?4?.?3
*fr
M 4% SM.?7
lal 4>/t"r SI7.no
-<l >Vt* S4H.70
.'111 4',4'-r S4T.B2
4th 4V.*i S48.S!)
Mctory 4% StD.96
In addition to th6ae price* we
pay full value for IJbertv Rond
coupons due. lntereat paid up
to date of sale.
\Ve biiy StOO. J5W) and $1,000
l.lberty Donda of all Issues.
We Alao nuy Part Paid Card, and
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Without Oolnr Through the
Uaual Red Tape.
No chccka uaed here; all transactiona spot
caah
Liberty Bond Exchange, ?
Open Dally, S>30 a.m. to 8 p.m
915 Penna. Are. N. W.
WAR SECRETARY
ASK DRASTIC STEPS
TO STOP CAR THEFTS
Those who are inflicted with the ,
mania for stealing automobiles will
be dealt with more severely in the i
future. If the Washington Automo-i
tive Trade Association's contemplat- |
??d appeal to the Commissioners and :
District Attorney I^askey proves to'
be effective.
Another problem confronting th*
automobile men is procuring of j
adequate space in which to hold an
[ automobile show which has been:
| planned for Washington this winter, i
j Mr. William Fearce Rayner, who1
j was chosen by the committer to se- j
Meet suitable accommodations, re
j ported that he could do nothing
j definite until th* army had been
(demobilized, at which time he would;
I then be in possession of the infor- j
J mation as to the disposition of the
government buildings which would
be suitable for such an occasion.
PAY OF SOLDIERS IS
NOT TO BE REDUCED
j There have been numerous rumors
that the rate of pay now in effect for
, soldiers will be decreased. The ap
j propriation bill for the fiscal year 1920
' provided that the present pay of en
i listed men of the army Is continued
j In foice and in effect fiom and after]
-the date of approval of this appropria
! tion act of 11*20. Thi.-? means that the
present emergency ra*e of pay is to j
: be continued for the army.
Special effort is being made by the I
; local recruiting station to interest men j
tin the proposition of the medical de
part men t and of the quartermaster j
! corps for enlisting for a period of one
'year, irrespective of whether the ap
I plicant has had previous military j
j service or not.
Pope Bars Catholics
From World Meeting
Rome, Aug. 5.?A decree prohibiting
Catholics from participating in the
! world conference for unification of
'Christian churches was published to
II day in the official organ of the Vati
: can.
i In the same organ were decrees con
i demning theosophical doctrines and
' prohibiting Catholics from belonging
' to theosophical societies or reading
their publications.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS
! Cifttinnati. A tip. 5. ? HOGS-Receipt*. 4.5CO;
slow, weak to 50r lower , selected heary shippers.
'2? 75; packers and Nitch.ni. ff.50a22.75; com moo
to choice. 14.00*19.00; pigs and lights, :4.00a.
2150; stag*. 10.00*14 00.
! CAlTUir-Rfa il<*. 4(0; quiet and steady.
1 unchanged: calTes. strong. 7.00*15.75.
( SHEEP ? Receipts, 4.5C0; strong, 3 00*9 00;
lamb*. strong, 8.00.
j Pittsburgh. Aug. 5.-HCK5S?Receipt*. 1.200;
market lower; hoary. 22 5^*2! 75; heavy Yorkers.
25 30a5?; light Yorker*. 22 75*2?.no jngs. 22.50*
j SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recript*. 500; ?t*ad? ;
j top *hcep. 11.00; top lamb*. 15.30.
| CALVES-Race:;**. 2*0: *trad> ; top. X CO.
| n**t Buffalo. Aug. 5?CATTLli?Receipt*.
?700: alow; c*Wes. rrceipts, 000; 50c higher, 6 00*
j 22.00; few. 22.50.
HOGS?Receiitf*. 3.400: actirt and 75c lower;
! heary mixed and Yorker*. 22 00; light Yorker*
I and pig*. 22.00a22.50; rough*. 30 25*20.50; *tag>.
'12.00a 18 00.
SHEEP AND LA MBS- Receipt*. S00; lamb*.
125c higher; i*mbe, lo.00al7.00; other* steady and
j unchanged.
CLANCY'S KIDS
(Copyright, 1919. by t'ne McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
By PERCY L. CROSBY
WHY 0ON t rA GO
W an* 6&T th?
BAlC/r/NMfe?
i
[WHY DOM r)
YOU?
c
Gee \*jil(?ens;
'I Don't see why
|Ya mINDGOIH'IN-?
,TH6<?C'S NOTHfN.ro ir
J~jlT?^ YA U)HAT~~
f Cha oo, A
i pa/c ah'rue com
WLL THINK YA JUSr>
(60fN'>WUj
rwv
5*
He Y.'A l?C YO U T R y< N 6
TO tT/D M? ?
6&
*
Ban Diero, Cal. An* 8 ?P teaming In
t?att3e formation. the 85 vwwb of the
Pacific fleet, commanded by Admiral
Hurh Hodman, passed Cadroa Islands
at daybreak today, and will arr.ve
off Coronado Island, within siffht of
this city, at daybreak tomorrow.
The fleet will remain at anchor at }
Coronado Island all day tomorrow,
entering San Diego harbor at & a. m.
Thursday.
bs fthvrov
War tied Secretary Baker cloaely to
his desk. and now he feels the reac
tion. His physician has ordered him
to ro in for more exercise and the
Secretary haa taken up tennis. This
picture indicates that "One, L<ore" Is
a serious matter with the Secretary.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE.
Baltanor*. Md . Aug l-Pricee on loeaJ
prr^bcv market ranged aa follows;
BVTTTB?Ovxmm. fancy. per lb. 57e; do.
choice, 56*5t> do. good. 53a54c: do, [mu. 57a
39c. do. blocks. ladle*, ratfe Maryland
and I'catii: lrama mils. 45*4* Ohio rolls, ?c;
Wert Virginia roll*. 45c, it ore-parked. 45c Mary
land, Virginia and Pennsylvania da.r> print*,
?5a Hr proceM butler Ki'Jc
EGGS? Weatern Mtnla^d. Penn??'lTanla and
nearby. ^ prr down. Kartem hhor* of kiar
laac and Virgins. 46c. Western firata. 45r. We*t
Virginia flrgta. 45c, Southern fcrsu, 44 iJLil
km off.)
UV K POCLTRY-Oiicfcena. oM b-na 4 lh?
and rntr. per lb. XaSic; do, araaU to medium.
35a3lr ; dr>. White Leghorn*. 35*3*c; do. old
rooKtm. 22*73 do aprtng, 14 Ih* and o*er. per
lb. Xc; do. 14 to 14 lbs. J&c, do. smaller, lie;
do. White L^horns. 14 lb* and o*er. do.
?mailer. 3c. duck#, old Pekin*. 25*3fc-. do.
noddlr. 25c; do. young. 3 lbs and orer, 30c;
do. amallw. 2Sc p4ge??a. >oong. per pair 35a4Gr;
do, old. j6*to< . guinea lo?l. old. eaca. 40aj(* ,
do. young. 90ml 00.
FRI'ITH-Applrt, GaM; Hannt No. 1, bW.
' 50a4 X do. No 2. bbl, 2 50*3 00. do. com
raon, l?rr Lb!. 1 50*2.09; do. No 1. per hask't,
1 AaJ Tl do. No 2. i*r faaakt. TJralS; do.
a? to Quality. i*r 4 8 basket. 25aT?-, do, Wert
rrn >4in and and Pennsylvania. packed.
No. 1.1) H . bbl. 5 00*7.00; blacfcbcrriea. cul
tivated. I*r qt. 2&?22c, do. wild. j*t qt. 24*l5c;
c*nulouj*a. California and Aruvna ?iar.d*rd.
per crate. SOOaLjO, d?. pony. i<rr crate. 1.00
a 30. do. Carolina and Georgia. standard, pet
cr*te. 1 00c 1 75: do. ponie*. 50cal 00; do, Eastern
(Shore of Maryland and V irginia, standard. ?,**
crate, la 1.75, do. i*>nie*. 75c*l 00; do. native, per
basket, ta-aiOO. do. Norfolk, per flat crate. 100*
175: currant*. New York. i*r 5-Ib batket. 75*ajt;
damaoua. per lb. 7a?c: huckleberries per quart.
15a20r; r*aebea. Georgia Belles. fane. crate. 100*
3.30; do. Elbertaa. fancj*, per cr*tt. 3.00a4.00; do.
mountain, 1 50*150 do. per 44 baaAet. "Ocal 25;
do. per bushel, .10*2 50 dc. Last era Shore of
Maryland *nd Virginia, per box. 1 00* 25; do.
per crate, lflOai.SO do. i*r baaart. 7T^c*L4K> do,
ratire. per baaAet. lOCalS, i<an as to quaiit>.
per 44 ba*. 50ca! 06; do. j*r lmah?>l basket.
lOOaTO1^: pineapple*. Flonda. lSa. 24a. 30a and
**, 5-OOaf.OO; do. C* and 4K IiAa^.00. piux^a.
prr lb. 4aSc. watcnneloa?. Soutneru. It to X
lbs arcrage. per car. 10*130, do. 2 to 32 lbs
average, rcr ear. Mfcul)
I^JTATOKS ? bwaeta. new. North Carolina.
No. 1. per bbl. lQ.Mall.00 do. Eaatem Shore
cf Virginia. No. 1. i?^r bbl, 11 00*1200. do. jam!>.
? 11 sectioo*. No 1. t*r bbl. 9 00*:0 0f>, d?, aaeet
\aira. No. 2. per bbi. 4 00*5 00, do. white, new.
native. No 1. per 100 lb*. 2-M*3 0T': do. No. 2.
prr 100 lb*. l.OCal 50; do. jjer bushel baaket 1 Sfri
1.80 do. ii*4?palia_iEio-* new. No. 1. per bbi.
S00a5 25. do. No. 2, per bbl. 2 2&a2.75: do. Nortb
and South Carolina, ne*. No. 1. prr bW. 5Va
5 T>, do. No. 2, prr bbl, 2 25*2 75 do. Norfolk
Hampton. No. 1. per bbL 5 00a5 25. do. No 2.
per bbl. 223a275; do. York !tt*er. No. i. per
bbl. 4 75a5 OC. do. No. 2, **r bbl. 2 SalJV do.
Ikwrn Shone, No. 1. per bbl. S00*5&; do.
No. 2. per bbl, 225*2 75; do. No. 3, *11 see
titoa. per bW, 1 C<Xil 50.
VHiCTABLES-Beans natlfe. green, per bos,
OOaTSr. aunngies>?. ?0a75c; w*\. 75ca" Of-. litn**.
lier hamper. 2-50*3.0); do. j*r 44 basket,
I COal 5T. L>eeta, l??r bunch, la2c; cabhage. native,
per rrate. 1 00*2 50; natire. per 5 00al2a>.
celerr. New York. p?r bunch. Wk*10G. do.
natire. i?er do*en, ]Oa25r. cutnimber*. native, bas.
ISajOr '-ggplanU. N erf oik. l>crn <*ate. 2.28a5.?.
do. native, per bawet. 90ral 10; lrttuce. N. Y .
box or bas. 150aT2T>. native, per bushel. 50*100,
onions. Kastern Shore. Maryland and Virginia,
dry, per bW. 4 5Ca5<?. do. per basket, 200ai ^
do, Marylsod and Petwirania. par lb. Sai^.
rhubarb, per bunch. 2*> ; pepper*, natiee. per
44 baMe*. J0?40r, gquaah. uaUre. per 44 b*aket
li*30c; tomatoes, native, aa to quality, per
basket. Of^TV, do, racking stock, per buahe.,
1.00s 1 19.
CHICAGO GRAIN
By JOSEPH F. PRITCBann.
Chicago. An? 5. ? Reductkn of the high c<w*
of living ?aa reflected in martrrta on the board
of trade today Grain and pork produ?nj? showed
general derlinea at the dose compared with the
l?rerioua day.
September pork brok ? from 47 90 down to 44 50
wtrere it ck**ed The re?tng rpnt Mondar was
48TO "Piis break was reflected in the grain
market a* the entire *jyculati?e list Buffered
because of talk of drastic acticn at Washington
; in l<w?ering food Talue*. Rye led in the (train
break. Future* lost 104 |o 11c, while barley
was off only M* to 2\c.
! In corn the sp^culatire world was no the sell
i ing side Ser*emher erld from l.Sl to 1.TS**.
i but closed at 1 *44 and 1 74, enmparod wl?h
j a rating *pu< of 1.794 and 1 ?9 on Monday.
| Chicago. Aug. 2. ? Grain and pmisiotia future*
CORN- Tre*
Open High. Low. Cloae. clo^e
September... 1TF4 1 .?1 1734 1744 1 7^
r>e<rmbir 15144 1.41 143 1 ?"*.
May 1.454 1 494 1 ? 1 4f?4 1 IT?.
/>ATS~
j hen ember .. 704 774 67 ?
Oeormber .. 73 754 TO 7i\
71V
? -v ? - - .??% 73\
- 754 754 771*
; ??J
' LARD
S^pt<mber S.CS 31 25 30 * * 8 Sl.?
i October 30an site 30sp so* ?i?
; R1IW
, Sept<H bet . 255 V 7> 2S 50 25 12 26.C
PORK?
Sepuwber... #50 47 90 4^ 50 45 00 4? C
WASHINGTON PRODUCE.
The wtioleaate market prices yesterday range
| abmit as follows:
1 LOC.&- Plrltrtw CfpBh. 46.,47c; arerage receipti
43c; Houthern, 42c.
CHLEBE ? New York State factory, wbol
milk. 39c.
BL'TTtR?Standard crramery. 0r-aO
( LIVE POCLTRY?Roosters, per lb. 20c; tm
j fceja, per lb. 3&a40c. chickens, spring, per lb
; *a40c; hens, per lb . 3ii3lc; keatr, young, ead
JjalOc.
DRESSED POULTRY - Frert killed sprln
I chidena. per lb. 39*40c. l^ns. per lb. 35c. rocat
i crs. per lb. 22c; turkeys, per lb. 40a48c
PORK?Small and neat. 2tc; medium. 24c
bfarr. 22a23c
LIVJ& STOCK?Calrr?. 17c; l*mbs. 15 sheer
5*6c
i GREEN FBCIT8?Aprlw. per bbl, new. 3 5ft
? 60; basket. 1.00a250; California lemons. -<?
' box. 5 50*??; ptneappW. per crate, 5 00a* 0C
California o-augea, f00a6 50; blackbemea, 15*20
pei- quart; peaches. : <Xk.{ 00 per crate.
i V'ECiETABLEfi? New. potatoes, N. C.. pei
I bbl . ?00*7.00. No. 2. 2 50*3 50; string b'sns
per bbl. 3 00a3.50, peppers, per rrjle, 2ju5f'
okr*. per qn*rt. 20*25c; radishe*. peT*W?. l.ca
2 E0; cucumber*, per box. 75al Sf eggj^nnt
2COa2 50 per crate; corn, nearby, per doxrn
, 10a 30; cabbage, new. 2 50*3 50 per bbl.; be?t*
. 3*4 par bunch; let tore, 2.00*2 50 per b**ket
i Florid* celery. 6 0Da 7 50 per crate; celery, pn
'do*., l.OCal.50; romaioe lettuce. 100*1*5; aquas'
4Ca75e per <T*f; spring onions, 2 50*3 00 pe
lfiO Hinchee; onions, per basket. 290*3.50; to
inatoea, ncartaa. 1 25a3 00 per crate.
Peac* Army Hrarjig Tomorrow.
Hearing* on propoaala for uniTtr
sal military training; and reorgani
ration of a permanent peace tlmt
army will *egin Thursday, the Sen
ate Military Affairs Committee de
cided yesterday. Chief of Staf
March will be the first wiineas.
PHILADELPHIA PRO0UCL
Fhikrt#lr*m. Aug. 1?Produce r"Vw? oa tha
Vx*I rrartet raftgrd ?? frfVtm? todaj
ftUTTEB?Aolid packM rrramen rxtraa
li>fh scoring for da the lattor for
)ohbtog raht. <*tm frau ??>*-. tr?t? S?V*
Mtr aK-oods. Stk ttr; thin** 47a??r craaai
ary, ebolae and fancy. 6* fair U> good.
BteaflTVfce; ladle-iarV ul. >v to qua'utj. <!?*;
lacking stock. ISattr futcr brands of Mark?
print* jobbing ?t t2H4c, r*?d chalet. CTaftlr
lair. HaMr
I*;'**? Naarbr flrwta. 15? p?r crate ir-arkr
onrrant raestpta, li dr> ?*rnrxU 10l0all4D psr
c?ate. W?linn flrw.a, 15? pt tun . flr?*? fit A
t >n enJ*; do. a*-mds I** Ma IY ?D jtt crate;
Southern lO.ttalS W M to qwlity ; inferior Mg
l?Mr?r; (leo OBfffkilg #?!'? ioc candled ?CC?
jobbing at Sffcfl prr doren
(No*# - According to the mW at the PbflsAet
pbla ProdiK^ Fxcfcang*. r.?ib? c.rrert mnru
shall be of good, nnaji aire. reanncably full
freah awret and clean, and at thfc turn m
>?ar ghafl OTfgb fl lt? to 3D down and th?
\cm ahal! nn? ?cee<1 2 dam to ID doara. Br
"loaf" is meant all ratten, rrnrfced. laakg.
rrry ?naT. dirtr. hsd'f beat'd and g*as*r tsar*
LfVfc POLLTTV r*mia. rU et-.rsaa Mr.
apnng chirfcen* banfiert, not Larho-na. fsltow
skinned. weighing lka2 poonia tpccr. *?*V
etcrrff^T)*' lota higher: ?prirR cluck ens broileri
not Leghorn*. j allow aiPw< weighing lalS
ponnds arnica. Jla.Te; Wbh* Leghorn' s*Uov
?kin red. weighing ll?a2 po*ind? ap?er?r V*Mr At
(Oi?11t aiaaa Sla?2r maatera, 23a34c: dueka.
Pekin, ?%35r do. Indian Itnnner J*a3c: spring
d.irfca. 32aSr ; old, prr pair. to*ic, do.
young per pair. SCalOe
UHrTlC POTATr>KK-Eka?an> ?**?
rar bbl. No. 1. <aft.7k: Ka 2. flaS wtita pota
tom. Jarwer. per baafce*.. No. 1. LSal .40, k>war
gradra, Bs75c
COTTCN R\NGL
Month. Oprl Huh. Lav. -"Vw* da,
An*?? - 3>*bM ?J?
SrPlm'>" ? ? JL* S-? I ] but C<H.
Octotwr sm r?? r> m t tiasi T. r
I No>?ctw iL? 3I.00 *01 UWi &0
XI ?l ?? J! ? 5; "J.7I JU;
I Itnmn SI 31* X J? *0(70 E?
! F?hru?iT UiM B.?
? M?roh rj r.u ana, satrj ?.?
*i?u *.r?Ka ?
:. Iir s.? jl? STMt ?e
?Jnn? ? *T??M S?
jJnlr B.S
! Slirt^ ciamei wrr vtaadr
The next time
you buy calomel
ask for
A
alotaLs
The perfected calomel
compound tablet* that
are safe and free from
the customary nauseating
and sickening effects.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved by ad
juvants and correctives.
In Sealed Package*
20 doses for 35 cents
RESORTS.
? ILDWOOn.
j LYNl'Hl H.ST?Tbrre doors trots f.oarawaTk. and
all thr new an.uaemer te Kootna vitb rurnng
vater. An ?nran and bufoican plan. kLRS.
WIL 0LI>Sil ELD, Ownership-M^r.
Je^-fr.ao.a^S'*
j HOTEL SAVOY?Beach front, pnrgt* bath,
j running water. Cap 200. Auto. Ownerahip
' Mgr. MV. H. CIERSTKL. fr.au.vr :?<*
ATLiXTir rrrr.
plan DaiN ntia.
.^e>? DMKWB Rooou, WI.jj running w.ter.
?3 to $? 50 Private hatha W to SC C.erator.
U'Kklft D. J. WOODS, Owxrmtup-Manage
1 i lent
EDGET0N INN
cap., 2j0, orchestra ; lilt. J ALBRTT H ARF'S.
jf^? ?!D *
TWW
joiANncori
lvxilte GREATEST aomsucas
OMWT STRIKCS
0 R K N E Y SPRINGS HOTEL
Henlth Rraart?Orkney Springs Va.
Why nrt Orkney fnr your Taction in 6agfta?
brr and Ortohrr. B?a<tt;ful foliage in moaateiMi
U?tfr? not aquaied lor Poor Blood. N'wtmiawn.
' RhnimaUam, Neuritis. Kidney and Lire* Troubia.
Ilooklet. H. C. CARTER, Prop
? '
i $2.75 Philadelphia :
k | And RETURN |
1 r War Tax 22 Cents Additional -
$2.50 Chester
\ " And RETURN
5 2 War Tax 20 Cents Additional ^
$2.25 Wilmington
0 | And RETURN*
r War Tax IS Cents Additional f
: SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 }
1 Baltimore & Ohio R. R. I
I, 1 ? s
I Fpecial Train will leave ?
? . Washington t'nion station 7:05 .
= a. m. Returning leave Phila- i
. delphia 7:30 p m. same day. i
w . Bee flyers. Consult ticket ?
? ? agents. -
SUMMER TRIPS
Old Point Comfort
Norfolk
Virginia Beach
Ocean View
Dally Servlee.
Modern Meet ^tramert.
?Equipped with every device for i
the safety and oomfort of pas
sengers.
New York & Boston
By Sea.
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If. W.. Woaiinar^ Ballglag.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.

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