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The
W ashington Herald
READ FOR PROFITS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
USE FOR RESULTS
? Phone ?
Main 3300
"HE WASHINGTON HERALD
^?Mtoned r.<r? 4*y m the year by Tfce Was*.
?<? Hwald 0*pui at tt-i2? Beteoth iw
?tottor, D O
JJjj*" Blcb?ntt?0?n M.h, 300 rr*
"?Med id'ertijesnecti ui for Branch 1).
M?W*r Audit Eu? or CJrcule?o?
CLASSIFIED RATES
ONE
CENT
A WORD
I Help .....
'anted Sttoatlon* - ......
t?Ud Saa cad Board.
? Bent Rocwa.
tinea or 1m,
Mih
Cbar??. 28c.
ALL CTHXS CLASSIFll ATIONS
J osnta
consecutively . T cents
Contract Batae On Rxr*
Minljr am ] *r? tlnas.
foreign JUtPRESENTATIVEB
?f?S-J-?BSCKWIIH SPECIAL AGENCY
SV , - - I* sw?. ?<i*
' O?1**- Tetania Bin.
?tloit Office .
? ?-? . . .i? Ford BM?.
Office. ..^ Third National t^r.k aidg.
HELP WANTED?MALL
"EXPERIENCED WIS DOW KHADB
mater; saiary $30 prr week to start; wort all
5^_ro25d_ ? occa. THE SHADE
HOP. T55 ail ?. hv anlSJt
S HSLi>KrL J R. GCKHJH, m?
UU> ?- ??- 2s.it
AJrYm?-HANDT MAN WHO UNDER^
*?oa. erwything .boat * house; jood ray.
Mint
WANTED. WHITE OKLT-EARX-JO
"Kfclj. Rid. above una.". salaried posi
Oar thorouth. tadlridnal. lnttnctiao In re
""a* ""1 dri-riii* ?f automobiles will (It you
r a locd position. The dmind for chtofewt
?a mechanic. cannot bo supplied. Unlimited
u amall coat. Day and evening classes.
*>? and equipment free. c*l, phone or write
* NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE
OLLBGK, 9th and O its nw. North I?9.
jaliVeod 90t
WANTED-?Middle-aged man for
|r counter work. Apply 807 14th
- nw. au 14-3t
/ANTED ? SIX"UNION PLUMB
ers. long job; come ready for
?ork. Call at bakery. 34th and
unker Hill road, Mt. Rainier. Md.
IERMAN STLNSRUD. Master
''umber. ?ul3-6t
OOD OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISCHARGED
??anne Aiply at once. ROYAL STUDIO.
~ Fa. aie. nw. aolWt
'BITE BUY. IS TO 18 YEARsTTO WORK
in dins store; espenence. references. BOX
H ermil cfflca *
SEN to unload coal cars. Apply
immediately to THE CORBY
EAST CO.. Langdon, D. c.
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HELP WANTED?FEMALE
f girl for housework In
atmrtmentm Appfr TJ> !*h it nw. aul5-lt ;
A R ET A K ER - A ROOM WILL BE GIVEN j
Tr*e to ? lone wtanan who wtli help about the 1
p*e and take an interest in things; houaek'V
?m. i rjftilegtr aJso to right person. Appiv '.021
5 aoLS-3t
' V ?VT:: 1' A CT>OK. WOMAN. WHITE. FOB
"f rhree; no children; food pay; with
w.thout hojre. Apply at 33 Oocn. a?e. nw..
. wniags *fter 6 o'ciock. Tele?4ione North 9521
' au!5-H
ryvrti^ nx>K for coc.vtry. NEAR I
Cheiy colored cook. HO; aLv> maid. $3B; '
ri^ar? tamily; no l%7:ndry; r^ferecce. Apply j
Ir. <,'QX. N. Y. are, nw. au'.f-2t
rENOGMil'HER, SALARY. t3; ONE WITH I
patent experience v>refered. H. B. WTLLSON |
CO.. 715 8th st. nw. aal*Ct
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE. !
?TSCHAR'IED SAILOR WISHES A POSI
t;on as chaiiffenr. private or commercial car* j
wrence B??X Mi. Herald ogee. ?u3-3t 'I
rANTBI?~A POSITION AS A COLLECTOR j
eirher on a basis of etraight salary or salary I
od commiKion; best of reference; three yeara1
v enence in West. Please sfate salary and cc<n
assion. Addreaa R. H. SMITSON, S06 7th st I
"? iu9-3t
1?smON AS COLLECTOR; COLLECT IN
person; ex soldier; best reference. A4dre? ?
USTOFFICE BOX 29, Takoma Part. D. C
au9-3t
ONOR-^BLY DISCHARGED SOLDIER EM"
ployad ?? clerk-typist in gorernmeot depart- f
ent desires evening employment, preferably in
al estate office, with opportunity to learo busi- ?
ras. BOX GW, Herald ofBce. aol-tf |
1 ETTRK'IAN'S HELPER-EX NAVY MAN
anxious to learn electrical boainess. 2S K
? ng
OUNG MAN 19 YEARS. JUST DIS
charged from ^the >.rmy. wants position as bell
yy. or '?lerical position; grod education; steady
ad competent Addrav BOX 700. Herald office.
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URN1SHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
81 8th ST. NW.?FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent; iarge front room and kitchenette, and
.rg# back room and kitchenette; convenient to
tl car lines. axilS*
ROOM AND BOARD. ~
?N1 HOUSE AND LOCATION^ GOOD
meala and Jimchea: piano, tennis; Cabin John
"? one fare. Phoas 2Dffi auS-lt
WANTED?ROOMS
PANTED? BY QUIET YOUNG COLORED'
couple, one or two rooms and kitchenstta in- !
miahed at once in northwest section Ckll '
^ankhn 2T1S. or wrlta Mr BERbY TOO Tth1
L nw.
au!5-2t I
WRECKING AND BUILDING^"
rE WRECK ALL KINDS OF BUILDlNGa.
A. B. TWION. UK E st. ss.
jqS-yin. wed. fri-tf
BUSINESS CHANCES. "
?~c h u't many good orpoKTUNrrfiS
for carahls men and women with som. ...... I
too without) to connect up with ?o!n? b2?tl
?fcema in this dtj. Apply
OBPORATION AGENCY COMPANY lia
"? myiso.
REAL ESTATE
Before
Baying, Selling or Renting
USE THE WANT ADS
1'
AUTOMOBILES
Accessories and Repairing
USE THE WANT ADS
Before Baying or Selling Your Anto.
FOR SALE?LOTS
beautiful lot TO BCILD a
S&* neu W?t?re Hlih School: .urrourdM ,
br d?.che<l hoo?; k*o? T_?f
of Ac*A?ny of Vi?Utioo. OB. tmr.
citj, oaU lot la tbi. action. W?t
"clairvoyants^
I by the District"** Oonuoa**.
N1ME. JEANETT 1
PALMIST. CLAJBVOYANT
r.umM to itma four ?otiw lit., IMt. pr?
mt and tutore. Sh. ?*?? no luMtiom. but ta
re*. you utter > word Itx ulta wh?t Ton cmU?J
for nio-i!. id friend*. mrnif. ?U? bow to
cai'n <w? ta btMiru*. b<*ltta. coarUbip. wAt
I divorce tells you wbat part of the world
will 'be successful foe you. adrtase bow to gam
! tod hA'd * food position; she tells If tbs one
I m low to tram or falae Are you in troufcsl
I Do yon And the om 70a beet owed your
trust and affection upon aUing cool and in- j
different toward you! She will mnow ail <*?
rtada tad tell yon bow to win and bold tne
,am you dwn. She reunites the separatad. to
rates absent friends or re la ti Tea. Readings. ILCO.
300 SEVENTH RftKBT NORTH WX8T.
Prints Parlors. Opp. Sake AO*
MRS. BOSWELL, |
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Glrea ad rice on buaineas matters, lore, health I
i and family affairs; tells if the one you love ia
true or false, what part of the country is luckiest
: to you what to do to be successful in life. Gives 1
too <fetes and farts. tells yoa what has passed
in life, and what is happening. without asking a .
single question. She d<*s not tell to pleaar. but
reads jost as the hands indicate; tells you the ,
planets you were born under, the lucky and un- 1
lucky planets; when and whom you wiR niTff7.
settles and explain* love, family trouble, mar- !
nags, divorce. health. lawsuit*. speculations, in- j
vestments. transactions of all kinds. In fact, no
matter what your hope, fear or amfcttioo, come ^
to this noted palmist and find help. There it |
no use for anyone to be unsuccessful or unhappy, j
No matter what the caaae. her ad rice removes all
trouble She guarantees satisfaction. Readings, I
SI 00. 710 7th at. nw . between G and H sta. i
aul3-.t J
"MADAME VICTORIA.
The gifted palmist snd clairvoyant. Can ad
rise business, family affairs, loie and marriages.
Can tell you the name of future husband or
wife. Can tell you the secret of being success
ful; how to avoid trouble and how to avoid evil
influence. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge.
Entrance 529 7th st. ao6-Tfc
MADAME ALLEN
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
812 F STBTKT N. W
Guarantees to read your #-??? life, paat, pres
ent and future; givee Uue on burfnew.
lore, health and family affairs; tells the name
ef your future husband t wife; an,! what to
do to be successful in life; one visit will pay
you for your many disappointments in others;
she will rem owe all ohataclee snd tell you how
to win and hold the one you desire; she gives
advice on all important affairs of '.ife; readings
$1 00: no one In trouble turned away money or
no money ^ **
M.ADAM D'ASHMAN
Uypsy Clairvoyant
And card reader, adnce given oo tnmatm.
marriage and rjvoire; this woman has read
lor many peopie in macj countries. Her
reedictious are re lis Me 1301 O at., cornss
13th aUl-^r
MADAM LENORE
Gifted clairvoyant snd medium, ran be ecn
sulted on all affairs of life. Where others fail.
the succeeds. Her advice is good, try her. No
gueas work or questions aaked; what ah? se?*e and
tells cornea true. Satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice 721 11th at. nw., two doors north of Palais j
Royal stfwe. Hours, 11 a. m. to >p t jjul-ttK j
PALMISTRT.
OLD AND RELIABLE
MADAME ZELLA
?the Cyp?y wonder, who has traveled meet ex
tensively. reading snd convincing beyond the
least doubt her ability to look accurately into
the farthest depths of a human hand and read
the moat delicat* and shadowed sums of one's
'.if*. A descendant of that famous Gypsy queen,
Zella. who, more than a century ago. read the
' anda of the crowned head* of Europe and more
than convinced and woo the praise of being (the
Gypey Wonder) the most celebrated palmist.
Madam Zella has practiced reading the mys
teries of the hand since a girl of 15 years and
has been taught and enlightened by ths best and
mc*t noted old and young of her Gypsy race and
being a woman ? years of ase is without a
doubt a Gypsy wonder. Call and be convinced.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 613 7th st. nw.
" CEaTo PARKER
Are you in trouble? Save time and money by
consulting a natural-boro clairvoyant that Divine
Providence has seen fit to bless with remarkable
talent#; she aaks no questions but will tell you
about business, iovs or marriages, and what to do
to be siiccessful In life; overcome evil influence;
give luck days and numbers; you will be wiser
and happier after seeing her; satisfaction or no
charges; reading*. $1. 1211 E st. nw.; between
12th and 13th sts. au?90t
PROF. BELMONT.
fiTtsd clairvoyant and palmist. Gives advice
oo business matter*, love, health, and family af
fairs. Tells name of your future husband or
wile, Ull? >f one you love is true or false. What
part of the cuuiitry is luckiest to you. What to
do to be successful In lire. LtlS N. Y ate aw.
Next door to Masonic Temple. Readings. JL
3??-90t
Palmistrv is a recognised science, and
RIZPAH ELDON.
is known as one of its greate*t exponents. Htm
dreda visit this remarkable woman dally; com
plete readings with accurate descriptions of what
your hand foretells only $1. Inception par'.or ne.
corner of 6th and G nw. Entrance ?th at.
Hours, 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. jeflmt
MADAME STANLEY
-Royal Gypsy palmist, res da the hand like an
open bock; satisfaction guaranteed; give her a
call. 1311 H st. ne.
MADAMKA5KO
-BOTrTIAN oClt-MiriC 1-4L5UST; TILLS
PAKT. PRESENT ASD rLTVBl: 1ATI?
FACTION OCARANTZED; HOCBa. I A_ it
TO ? P M. PBMAMSiTlZ LOCATUX
U2 Mb n. NW. oui-H*
WANTED?LOTS.
WANTED- IN ' TAKEN DON, VA^ NEAR
car line, aiady lot*; cheap for cash. BOX 977,
Herald office. y aul3-X
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
HOW TO BE TOUR OWN LANDLORD AT
Ouevy Chief on $200 cash and $25 a month, j
ALLAN W. GIBSON, 317-311 Colorado Build
fcu- :or 3*
PALMISTRY^
MADAM EPPY,
EGYPTIAN PALMIST.
Reeds your life from cradle to grave; her pow
er? are wonderful; uidiejwtable advice; clear it*
formation concerning lore, courtship, marriage 1
and divorce; both rich and poor find counssl
equally beneficial and interesting; you are wiser
and happier after conaulting her; satisfaction
guaranteed; permanently located; hours, 9 a. at.
to ? p. tu
rn PA. AVE. KW.
SPIRITUALIST.
prof: MARCUS LA MAR "
for Tears
Washington's Favorite Adviser.
Most remarkable reader of human destiny of
the present age. fax In advance of the ordinary
readers you meet, in a claaa distinctly alone;
tells your full name, full name* of husband, wife
or sweetheart; all about business, speculations,
law suits; never fails to reunite those that are
separated; helps you to overcome trouble of any
kind in a very ahort time; bring* about your
every wish and desire; is considered master mind
in love affairs and succeeds even in the most
difficult cases where all others have completely
failed. Hours, 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily.'^Closed
Sundays.
1220 G STR. N. W.
Two Doors From 13th St.
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SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
LIGHT ON ALL PROBLEMS
Readings br appointment. $1 Type
written forecasts. S> up. Frank Theodore
Allen. Director. Astrological Research So
ciety, 105 E nw. Phono Franki in
ASTROLOGY IS NOT FORTUNE
TELLING!
AUCTION SALES.
Thos. J. Owen A Son, Auctioneers.
TRrSTEES' SALE OF VALrABLE BCILD
ing lots to be sold within the office of "Hiov
J. O wuu & Son, 1331 G ?t. nw. By virtne of ;
seven certain deeda of tru*t duly recf>rded in .
Liber 40fiH foBo 90; Liber 4fl?. folio 95; Liber
4KB. folio 432, Liber 4136. folio 4<0; Liber 3960.
folio 23S; Liber 2J9G. folio 87; Li^ 3984. folio
263. et spt, . respectir?'lv. of the land records of
the District of Columbia and at the request of
the parties secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees wiM sell at public auction W1THIN
THE OFFICE OF THOS. J. OWEN & SON.
1331 G sl nw . ON TUESDAY. THE 19th DAY
of Arorsrr a.d. m9, beginning at i i
O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land j
and premises, situate in the District of J^olum- :
hta. and designated as and being: Hie West half
by the full depth of Lot 22. all of Lot 23. and the
East 10 feet front by the full depth of Lot 24
all in Square No 2TC4 and the West 30 feet front
by the full depth of Lot No. 34 and all of Lot
No. all in Square No. 2D04. in Fulton R- !
Gordon's subdiviaion of part of a tract of land
called "Chevy Chase Grove." "Rcsurvey on New
Seat." "Vale" and "Fellowship." *? said sub
division is recorded m the office of aie surveyor
of the District of Columbia In IVvk No 42.
Page 21; also, the following dearn bed real estate .
Beginning for the same at a point on the East
side of 14th at nw , which point is IS feet South
of the South line of Allison a*. '90 feet wide a*
laid down by the Highway Street Extension plan'
and thence running due North slong the Ess*
line of T4th st-, J> feet: thence running due East
111.6 feet; thence South 17 degrees. 54 minut?*s
and 30 seconds West 36 273 feet; thence due West
to the point of beginning 103.53 feet. ITfcis parcel
containing 3D*> 5 square teet more nr l?-*_ also
befinnin* for the oame ,.t a point on the East
line of 14th st. nw., which point is SO feet South j
of the South line of Allison sL DO feet wide as
laid down by the Highway Street Extension ,
planf and running thence due North 60 feet to
the South line of Allison at.; thence due East
along the South Hne of Allison st. 143 94 feet;
thence South 17 degrees 54 minutes and 30 sec
onds West 52.546 feet: thence due West to the '
point of beginning 137.79 feet. This latter par
cel containing about WS.4 square feet more or
Ism ; alsr> all of Lot No. 6. Square 1998. in Ful
ton R. Gordon's subdivision of a pert of a tract ,
of land called "Chevy Chase Grove," Diatrict of ,
Columbia, as said subdivision is recorded in the '
office of the surveyor of the District of Colum
bia. io Book No. 61, Page 10: also Lots Noa. 8
and 9 and 11 in Square 3P21 in Fulton R. G<s*
don'a subdivision of part of a tract of land call
ed "Chevy chase Grove." "Resuirey on New ?
Seat." "Vale" and "Fellowship." as aaid sub
division is recorded in the office of the surveyor
of the District of Columns, In Book 42, Page
21; also Lots Noa 82 and 83 in Square No. 2022
in Fulton R. Gordon's subdiviaion of part of a
tract of land cafled "Chevy Chase Grove." "Re
surrey on New Seat." "Vale" and "Fellow
ship," aa said subdivision is recorded in the
office of the aurreyor of the District of Colum
bia. in Book 42. Page 21; and also all of Lot
No. 7 and the East half by the full depth of
Lot Na 8 In Square 5X)0 in Fulton R. Gordon's
subdivision of a part of a tract of land called
"Chery C^isae Grove," District of Columbia, as
said subdivision is recorded in the office of the
surveyor of the District of Columbia, in Book
No. 5J, Page 32. TERMS OF SALR
One-third of the purchase money to be paid in
cash, balance in two equal installments, payable
in one and two years, with interest at per
annum, payable semi-annually from day of sale,
secured by deed of trust on the property sold
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of will bo required at thnq of sale
All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps,
etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to bo
complied with within rO days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re
sell the property at the risk and cost of de
faulting purchaser after Ave days advertisement
of iucfi resale in some newspaper puWiahed in
Washington. D. O. H. C. BAILEY, TVnatee
under the first three trusts; J. H. GORDON, j
Trustee under the last four trusts.
au8.ll,13,15,lS.lt 1
WANTED?AUTO.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR USED CAM
of Ui description. MO-iK lttb it. nw. ?u?7t
AUTO REPAIRING.
TRY WILLCHER
?the motor car diagnostician; ninety-day guar
antee on all auto repair work. 1311 W st. nw.
Phono North 23B0. '
t| PER - PER
?P 1 HOUR - MAN
AUTO RF.PAIRING
All Ma see of Can
By Expert Mechanics
Carbon Removed by Oxygen
Process
Ford Authorised 8?r*ics
Workmanthlp Guaranteed (
H. E. HOWES
1410 First Street N. E.
i'booe North SRI.
-
TIRES VtTLCANlZED i!tl) KEqAIRTO.
MIKE HAiX, CO, 612 10U ST. NW.
?jtfUK
Schools
And
Colleges
bnortnand. Typewriting. Book- j
keeping:. Accounting. Eagliah,
Penmanship. Letter Writing. Day
and Even'.n#? Classes.
PHONE MAIN S87:
Accountancy
National Y. M. C. A. Coume
Degrff Granting Power*
New Classen September 1st.
Oldest Accounting School in City.
{^: Y- M. C. A. ;
EASTERN COLLEGE; THIRTY-FOUR MILES
from Washington, I). C.; degree, prep and*
junior achool courses; ase 10 upward; opens Sep
tember 30. DR. ROOT, Pres., Manassas. Vs..
Box 4. ;ii20-sun.wed.fri-30t
FIRST GRADE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMI
nations for clerks August 20, 22 and September
13. Tuition for entire course for these examina
tion*. ?> The CIVIL. SERVICE PREPARA
TORY SCHOOL, se. cor. 12th and P sta. nw.
Franklin 2080. au?-30t
PERSONALS.
DO YOU LOVE GOOD HEALTH! YOU CAN
bate it. Cfci at 1728 7th at, nw.
OLD INDIAN HERA* REMEDY SHOl*.
ahl-m ?
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
604 SEVENTEENTH STREET '
OVER 30 YrARS 6oct?^u' Pt?cao? u
"lLn 1 r-rtrXJ th. Oar. of
Ser.cua ind specul LUinn j ud Wow.
Meant He&lth to You if You Suffer
Prom Catarrh, Obesity, KheunrkUam, QocsUp*
Uot\ Pile* Ihroat, Lunas, Rrajn. Heart. B.ood
and bton D*es?*. Notour Debility. Kiauey
Diseases. Bladder Trouble. Specific Blood k'aL- <
soning. Erupuona. Ulcers, and All Private Dis
eases Cured for Ule hy Safe Methods.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladie*
Office Bonn. II to 1?. I t. i. Sundays. IB to 11
REFRIGERATORS * ICEBOXES.!
Refrigerators, Tee Boxes
1HAT ARE SUPERIOR
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
611 F St N. W. Franklin 2757
Liberty Bond
Prices
We paid for $50 bonds Thursday:
Victory 4% per cent.... $50 00
4th 4*4 per cent >4(i.7S
3d 4Vi per cent $47.83
-d 4*4 per ccnt
1st 4V4 l>er rent 9 <4.00
2d 4 per cent 9t4G..VS
1st 4 per cent S4H.82
1st 3% per ccnt $40.80
In addition to these prices we
pay full value for Liberty Bond
coupons due. Interest paid up
to date of sale.
We buy $100, $500 and $1,000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We Also Buy Part Paid Cards and
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Without Going Through the
Usual Red Tape.
No checks used here; all transactions spot
cash.
Liberty Bond Exchange,
Open Dally, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. j
915 Penna. Ave. N. W.
APTOg for hire.
STOP, LOOK, READ!
CHEVROLET
SEDAN
n"> 014. uta Nwr Tlwt>
$9?o Cash;
^ S"D " CT 0 ? ??..
Between 9 ?- m. and 6 p. m.
Ask for 1 ony Gcraci
Main 9188.
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
203 N. Broad it..
Philadelphia,
j'" ?if uir, lr, modAi
to all mak?s. JXO up. CMalogu. fn?
qu?,c *og 1.4.6,8,ii. 13.15, ia^o.a?g 3
PHONE nLASKuym;
________ JuMIt
CALL PIERCE. WEST 197
Quirk serrice. $UQ C.00 f . 1 / ,
Hoc*. ?*. .^r^50 lkr w1|^" !
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
Auto Repairing. $ 1.00 per Hour |
T'JS*,.'* o?** ?*
Our aerrice 1a best.
e. H. BAUER CO.
Fhow Main 5188 _
636 f} ft. nw.
- *29.*3o2.4 !
tike DOCTOK.
****
moneviolgan "
l9a S~f&' TtJ !"*.?* O.N drd i
real state. Krriril M funi,. Al, * *~
stts"" '
VVM. H. eACNDERS & CO
Bouthfrn Building. 8u7 l&tii ?t. 'nw
Honrrro loaW OK CITY KCAi. kIvjJyS
? t current ritu of In threat TYI ru '
P.ITngRPOHD. INC, or U,,t1\. a. *
^ ?? ?? ---~. ?.? w.n St. nw ap?4-fc
WATCH mi iLA8?lntD OjUTm nT"K7m
maencea <* tb?, crowtn Cf s? all 1*2
.wnoc-b^
_WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTE&-A DOti ItdOM 5. 605 Tth ST"viv
?=~-~ ?ul3-3t
, HIDE youh ao i* m<
cUjBfled calnmns-far there im t & hidisj
t??c> t fa era. Tbe?e ad, *r* RlfcAD. i*j?r
WBihirbin, and t*> yoo
^ . fer.t:evnei?. children ? dis
carded clotfilnj, of all AveriptJona Adoref,
I will CL k iU^K
tt. aw. North 17V. ' .m ^
FOR SALE?miscellaneous.
BLANKXTS. Pillows. ikon beds" jut.
roods di>play?d and b,,|., r??i,ed ,t
m N?"? OiPHQt ?l.
businesS ANNouncements.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
?ome anta. waterbngi'
j rowh? in yea,
home. So.d by dragglato or A. If. c. CO.. 9(1
Y M.in 3K. .?-?
CABIXKT MAKER
CABINET MAKER
r7"ir ?,d urc. of fml.
sjl ? "* conlii,io? <i?? n? matter.
5, a ?pecaa tj My pncr u r~
"i'" '* Drop postal
"IHRORS REPAIRED:
MIRKOHS repaired
to^rt" "J""1 <o new. New mirror,
to order. l>rep eart. will ea',1
U n ?E S,I*"?R SHOP.
MJ^BRi.inky l-rop. ll? p lL nw.
SPECIAL notice.
W'tRK'N-'iMtiN BUSINliss j f I> r. M"b"\ T
and keeo lorf-a^ht teUi n. to boy heary ,, al'
WANTBl" i'I-A!>' SBHTNG TO IkV at HFR
s^""- i:o marcw:wThav
anlS-St
proposals.
??vlhi!" vk wimisaosisgsrro
??ashing!on. August 11 iq-q t^.Q, . ;?
-ill m^red
o clock, p. m., Au?n?t S iqio
i*d>r'rm-7 mMn! f3r un'n*,Ur^ i? <??
?nd rili..j in property yard. Ttl.OOn or mo-e
a<rhaJt panng block. Forma o< ito-xmi ,nd
apeafication may be had upon ,e?"?
I*urcha?i,g Officer, D. C Boom ? lkvj!
Buildin;; louis BROWVLOW W^dWYNV
"A^'XER, CHAHLffi w. KTO'. s
? aul5.1?,l?
OF fit E <11- TH>; CO.MIM1S3IO.VEI!'; OP TITO
District of Columbia, Washington D C
August 11. 1919. SEALED PROPOSALS will be
rec?nd at this ufflc. until 3 o'clock p m.
A^t a. 1010. ?d then opened, for ^
cba? of grease recorded fnxn
Commissioners, D. C.. from S.-pt?nher 1
1?19, to and including Norcmber 30 1919 Ria>>j
fonn, of K,,^aia. sp^n.au^^ tr^tber
necessary mfonnatioo. may be obtainM fro-, th?
CJief Clerk of the Qiginoer IMwrtment. Room
"" ? District Biuldinp louis BRoWXLnw
W. GWVNN GARDINER, o. W. Kt'TZ Com
auaaioners. D. C. anJ5,!S.la, 19.20.2
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
siimrs TRANsrsn > \ (Ur*jr?1
AKD STORAGE CO.
NORTJf SSlJ. N.
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOIXTELY KlKfcfROOK jTuligi
Horror V and up Morlng aud Packing 1
UNITED STATES STOltAGE CO ill-* Wu>
tt. cv. Pbone Main C29 *r,d Franklin MB 1L
MOVING |
We fornlih large padded taa? and careful cmb <
to handle your goods.
PACK??8 of furniture, pianoa, china, bric-a
brac, etc. Experienced men only.
SHIPPING to all parts of tha world.
STORAGE ioc fumitur. pianoa, and house
hold goods.
1231 H St. N. W. Vlain 1A&
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funerai Tokens
ArtiaUc?fXprtealTe?ineipetiste.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delivery aetrlCe.
aUlVM
DIED.
SIMPSON ? Departed this life on
Thursday, August 14. 1918. at 4
o'clock in the morning, HANNAH
EL SIMPSON (nee Small wood),
widow of H. E. Simpson, and he
loved mother of Laura E. Lane
and Henry E. Simpson.
Funeral services from the residence
of her sister. Mrs. Mary E. Daw
son. 903 F street northeast, on
Saturday, August 16. 1919. at 3 p. m.
Relatives and friends invited to
attend. (Hagerstown, Maryland,
papers please copy.)
DEATHS REPORTED.
WHITE.
Alios A. Ritz, ?6 jta., Natl Lutheran Home.
L?T?*nia Helen Dale. 2i, SibJey Ho^utaL
Hrtiry It O'Malley, 64. Bt. Uizaboth s Hospt
Sarah EI Johnaon. 64. 7(H Quiacy at. nw.
Wm. O. Keluna, 67, Prcwidenoa Hospital.
Mary Jane 'Hood; Orlste. 63. 18 3d at. ne.
Iiuey El Oockerille, 81. 1500 Maw. aTe nw.
Sarah R^beoca Winehetl, K. 2.23 18th st. nw.
John Haialup, 1. 521 8th st. ae.
FYaneia Anthony Hart. 2 mna.. V*?? M at. nw
Marie E. Hodgwran. * mm.. 2615 K st. nw.
COI?REn>.
William Itompaon. 16, Tuberooloaia H wixtaJ
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE
Henry Flad. 36. of Alexandria, Va. and
Mabel Brewer. 30, of Washington. "H.e Rer. T.
E Daria.
Roland Stnart, 22. of Welsh. W. Va., and
Ethel M. An drain. IS. of Washington. The
Rev. J. XI. JpffneB
Frederiak Safe, V>. and Ixxxiae Hartman, 3?.
both of Philadelphia. Pi- 'Hie Rer J H.
JefTriea
Adelai Seawall, 27. of I^rrun Fpringa, N. C..
and Annie FVlds. 2?, ci Carthage, N. O. Th
! Rer W. J Mfis
r^iarl"? W Jot*. 54. *rd Hilma. Wilklund,
38. both of Washington. "Hie Iter. A_ S. Mow
bray
Jackson L Pittznan. 23. and France* El Dil
I Ion. 18, both of Richmond. Va T^o Rer. J
H. Jeffrie.
I Julius H Bloom, 27. of OreenriUa, S. O,, and
| Jennie I* Shntenstein, 25, of Mitchellrille, Md
Thw Rer. G. Silveravme.
John G Bneaooa 29, and Mary Sawyer. 22.
I both of Norfolk, Ti The Tier. H. T. Steven
; ton.
, Glen W Irrinc, 22 and VInan M. Hilton. 21,
! both of Richmond. Va. "H.e Rer. H. T Steren
| *??
I II?rry Karon, 27, ?nd I>?a Sussman. 22. lyrth
; of Baltimore, Md. "Hie Rer G- Silrerstone.
OOLORED
' Albert CWippr 22. and Martha Owwe. 13. b<Vh
; of Potomac. Md. The Rer N. G. Stmnmm.
, Joseyfc Green, 21, of Washington, and Vir
; ginia Jarfrsm. 21. of I/nusa Oounty, Va. The
! R"* J K Willi*
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE
Joseph F. and Nellie Adama, gir!
| Arthur H and E2earor B. Cook, br?y
| James F. and Gertrude F. Davia, boy.
Olpan I. and Maggie V. Gibbs. boy
I William C. and E>anki<? (Jilbert. boy.
j Clara E and Elormop L- 'JrifT.n. girl.
I Eiarl P. and Emma J. Hartman. boy
EMward M_ and Nrtlie L Hoffman, boy
Raymond O. and Ella N Hurler, girt
i bother B and Margaret C. Jonea, bnr
Maurioe D. and Clara M. Malone, boy.
i Em on and Violet Miller, boy.
James EL and Rose Orem, bor.
Eil-.jah B. and Lucy C. Prertyman, girt,
la-aol and R>?a Rodbert. girl.
Willard K. and Mary E Smith, boy
E'rar.oea J. and Mabel V. Summer, gir!
Eilward R. and Lillian E Tyree, boy.
Iy is and Christina DeiVeootuo, boy.
COLORED
Henry E and Ida Young, boy.
Muerlll A. and Elsae E. Swann. girl.
Augustus and Mary E>arier, boy.
j John A. and Sophie Bellas, boy.
Black and Green Tea Same.
| The sole difference between blacK
i and green tea is one of preparation,
j both kinds can be made from the
j leaves of the same plant.
H^rns Used for Medicine.
Stags are bred in China for their
horns, the horns being cut while
soft e?Cfch year and used in the
manufacture of medicine.
Archangel Ancient City.
I The name of Archangel is, properly,
i Archangelsk. The city was founded
i in 1514 and for about 120 years it was
j the only port of Russia.
British Lost 2,197 Ships.
British merchant shipping sunk by
the Germans during the war is ofli
I cially estimated at 2,197 vessels, hav
J ing an aggregate tonnage of 7.631MJ20.
Salt Workers Disease Proof.
Men attending the pans in salt
I works are generally supposed to be
j immune from cholera, smallpox,
I scarlet fever and influenza.
'CLANCY'S KIDS (Copyright. 1519. by t?e McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
By PERCY L. CR?SBY
Court News
Thtrbnot Eatate (o lluhnnd.
Napoleon Eugena Emile Thiebaut.
of Parte. Franco, will Inherit the en
tire estate of his wife. Nine. Refine
Thiebaut, who died November 25.
last, according to the will filed for
probate yesterday in the oAce of
the registrar of willa. The eatate
Includes properties located in va
rioua parts of the United Statei.
Joseph Pleflfld'1 WIIL
Mrs. Blanche McGufre and Mrs.
Mary Mallet, daughters of Joseph
Fiefleld. who died July 29. Inherit
the entire estate of their father,
which includes insurance amounting
to $1,000 in the police department,
money on deposit in the Perpetual
Building Association, and certain
real estate at Takoma Park. Md.
A "faithful servant." Alexander
Robinson, is will $50. A son-in-law.
Charles J. McGuire, is named ex
ecutor.
W IdoTT fdle BrnrflriurT.
I Mrs. Rebecca F. Cock, widow of
! Alfred Cock, who diad M^y 18, last,
i is named sole beneficiary in her late
I husband's will. She also inherits a
| legacy her husband inherited from
his sister. Miss Emily Cock, of Oys
ter Bay, and is given authority to
?ct as executrix without bond.
Snea* for Whisky
Edwin B. Hesse. chief and property
clerk of the police department, filed
a third appeal yesterday in the Dls
I trict Supreme Court against a de
cision of the Municipal Court, in
J which he was ordered to surrender a
quantity of whiskf.
j This time. Mr. liesse appeals to
; again obtain possession of 316 haif
| pints of whisky, which were obtained
| on a writ of replevin by William
! Radtke. The whisky is valued at S100.
i a??d Radtke won out in the Municipal
j Court on August 8. Assistant Cor
I poration Counsel Francis H. Stephens
j appears for Mr. Hesse.
1^- ? - ^==r
THE TOWN CRIER.
Shipping: Board employ*** will hold
a picnic tomorrow afternoon at
Joaquin Miller's Cabin. Rock Creek
Park..
Illinois State Society meet* An
: gust 21 at the Wilson Normal
School. Its picnic will be held Au
gust 23 at Groat Falls.
The Magrnder \ oration Srtiool
will hold its closinp exercises and
exhibition of handiwork at the
school today from 12:3"0 to 2 o'clock.
All >orth Dakotan* In Washing
ton are urgently invited to attend
a ?ocial meeting to be held in Room
132, Senate Office Building, at 7:30
p. m.. Friday. August 16. to discuss
plans for forming an association to
promote social and recreational ac
tivities.
The Community Center*' Band
of fifty-five pieces will give a
concert at Howard Theater, Seventh
and T streets northwest, for colored
people. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
The band is composed of musicians
from each community center.
SUMMER TRIPS
Old Point Comfort
Norfolk
Virginia Beach
Ocean View
Dally Service.
Modern Steel Meamern.
? Equipped with every device for
the safety and comfort of pas
New York & Boston
By Sea.
City Ticket Office. 731 1.1th St.
\. W.. Woodwnrd Itulldlna
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW YORK
AND RETURN
Inclndlnp War Tax.
SUNDAY
August 17
Baltimore & Ohio
Lv. Waahlngton .12:30 A. M.
Arrhlns New York In early
nomine.
HETURMXG ?
I.envf New York, from C. R.
It. of X. J. Termlniil*, 23d St.
(uptown). 3:50 P. M.; Liberty
St. (downtown), 6:00 I*. M.
inme day.
Tickets on Sale Friday and Saturday
Preceding Excursion
be?? Flyers Consult Ticket Agents.
Alimony Limit Extended.
Justice Jennings Ealley, In th? Dis
trict Supreme Court. >esiarday or
dered the release of Clarance L* Eeig
ler. former secretary to Representa
tive Knutsor.. from the District Jail,
where he had been vent for alleged
nonpayment oi alimony to Mr*. Elsie
M. Zeigler.
Attorney P. B. Morehouse, counaei
for Ze.giei. argued that hie client ha
been wrongfully imprisoned, as he had
attempted to pay alimony to his wife,
as ordered by the oourt.
Justice Bailey gpve Zeigler until
I September 15 to secure employment
j before being required to b#?gin paying
? the alimony.
l?ajclan Rf?rr?itfd.
Forrest Eaglan. alias ?Wooden-,
I head," the colored caddy wfio !?
i wanted by the Maryland authorities
I for an alleged criminal assault or
Miss Mary Saunders, a War Depart
I ment employe, on July 5 last, wa."
| rearrested yesterday and turned
I orer to the United State? marshal
to be held for th# second extradi
I tion hearing September IS.
j Justice Jennings Bailey. In th"
Circuit Court yesterday dismissed
the original extradition proceed
ing*. Eaglan having been indicted
by a Maryland grand jury last Sat
urday. This action also dispose? of
the motion to quash filed by Attor
neys Williams and Pugh, counsel for
Eaglan. Gov. Harrington, of Mary
j land, has signed new extradition
j papers basing his request for Eag
lan upon the indlctmcnt and n*w
affidavits in the cas? .
?ar B. A. O. far lu.OOO.
| Suit to recover IS.OOD damage* whs
fllcd yesterday in the District Supremo
Court by John P. Wilson and hi? wile.
Mrs. Daisy E. Wilson, against th**
| Baltimore and Ohio railroad ana
i Walker L). Hines. Director General ct
? Railroad*.
Mrs. Wilson asks H&.OOO daraai^n
j for injuries alleged to have been re
I ceived on October 36. 1916, when shf
I attempted to board ? train a: Laurt '.
j Md. Wilson asks $10,000 datnarcs lor
the loss of his wife's services Botn
are represented by Attorneys .. riztit
and Curtis.
1?fc end Arili
< rurally
?oratfd. ? p
to daif tod
aaewly fmr
?iahed
Dollar a Day
f ???! ap ? J
"Ilk bath.
d'Hoti
? - Dinner. Mk.
< Ink Dreakfaat. 20e an* op.
Mualr ??ilk i.uarh. Diaarr nod
topper.
Write or Wire Your Rrarrratloa.
^iEWBlKGlAM
Car. 11th 1 M?tct Strrrts
European
Plitn
B?tt?r Than Eeo*
Ttcrongkly Koderaissa
Remodeled and Equippod
NEW MANAGEMENT
ROOF GARDEN
Is connect!*!
Special CJfcbJ Breakfasts
? nA LunCheoni
FRANK KIMBLE, Mr
RESORTS.
ii.i)w oon.
HOTF.L DAlTt)!*
feimply thi
brack
front: rap fy)
"liS'llNv I'll ,11 Kitf;
hfl? end eu'd
lli lC:
?jSyV-ll?>i aiunc; iuti
Ber;? Trains
A. MacMurry.
P
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i^fr.su tu.tb-40t
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mora-success
ORKKEY SrRtKGS.
ORKNEY SPRINGS HOTEL
Health Keaort?Orkney Springe*, Va.
Why not Orkney for your * a ratine in Septem
ber and October Beautiful tol.a#a in mountaina.
Watrra not equaled lor Poor Biood. Nerroosnaaa.
Rheumatism, Nniritu, Kidney and Lirrr Trouble
Booklet. U. C. t AHTKR. Prop
aaUk
S ? 5 0 Sunday
Excursion
Including War Tux
Atlantic City
Sunday, August 24
SPECIAL THROUGH TRAIN
Via Delaware River Rridgr
Leaves Washington .... 12:30 A. M.
Returning leaves Atlantic City 6:00 P. M.
Sale of Tlrkflu Itrclm Thursday. Au^aH 21
The right is reserved to limit the sale of tickets, for tbi? excur
sion, to the capacity of equipment available
Pennsylvania
Railroad

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