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rrvrr tvuti y?i bi Tk? BtnM Ooznganj il n. a ttriMn?*-C?n M>h t? (Tat I4WIHMU u> ft* Bum* D. Audit Bonn <x CteaUtioB. CLASSIFIED RATES ONE ' CENT A WORD l?iataBux? CbtTf* 2Sc. k Hrw Usee or r* Use. Sa Seme M-r<mo AjKutif* timee, 30c. AU. CTHIR CLASMFICATION& m u.v? "?*? suntiKlf ' ??*"* la~m con*cnti??tj..77r. ? Ccn'-rtr*. Bmm Ob R*qu?t Mlmlffa? !'t, Una*. irmnaN RKPRsseMTAnvw. ?? 8. a BICKWITH SPECIAL. AGINCY. lort Office.... Ttlb"in-. Bit ?*> Offi^ Tr<buj? Bkis. lit Offfc* 18 Port Bldt ? ioal. Offlc. TMrt Sitloril B?i,? did* LOST. C5^-DIaMo.VD BARPlN *> i "I GROUNDED bf Onyx, bmwm I,oeW? Palace and Shore Jam HoO*1. finder mini to K J.. Offico Shore bam Houi. comer Uti ml U ?n; receive rw ***? M^3t i^ar?Su n da y 13? zoo logical park. lady ? handbag containing lady*# gt>id watch; initial^ *X. V. R." pio. two key?. identification card*. S3 re>w?rd. return 800 12th ?L nw.. or pbooe FVaaklin JMX I hdar-<ioW head umbrella Fn or naa/ Hubert's Chfe; Initial*. *\\f. K." Liberal reward If returned to 1010 8th tf. nw. seJ-lt j LOST?LA DY'S ELGIN GOLD WRIST watch Sej* rubber 1 at Tidal Putin dreeain* room, caae ecgraxt?i with "K." KeeimW Find ? Nmm petum to EDITH RIGHT. War 10* Iaeuraan* Actuarial Divlaicn. 6th and B ?*.. ! receive reward ?ei3t k^oar-MoxDAY sKpf~i~"n.r near aC>u? ?fcd?ct Bndge. ?ma!l gold-faced lady'a wrist marked "M K. F" lender pl?a.se re *nr? to m R ST. NT. apd receive reward *C2t LOW-ON SCNDAT. A SMALL ofciTS w?tch with monogram c*grared oa bee*; bc ???u 4th and 5th. on K st. nw.; reward. 410 K 8T_>TW. Phone FracJrlin 791 ae3-3t WANTED?AGENTS. _iNDY?BIG PAY: ADYEBTIBE? \TE_\. women. Start one of oar Special^ Cardy Fao terlee in your hmne. small room, anywhere; we tell how and furnish everything; grand oppor tunity. CANDY HOUEE. IS* Ranateed ?t. Philadelphia. Pa. *.:S38t HELP WANTED?MALE. EXPERIENCED ADVERT1S ing ?olicitor for classified dept. See Mr. MONAHAN, Washington Herald. sep3-3t fc WANTED ? YOUNG boy for night work, 6 p. m. until 12 o'clock. Apply Mr. EASTMAN, Washing ton Herald. aOdountA NTS?CLARKe a HCNCKE. CER tifled Pnb?c Arcountants. 125 Colorado Bldg., are looking for a few desirable men wlio wL?h to | learn public accounting work during their srarB tung. Oten antil I p m. an31-Tt P??MANP?T EMPLOYMENT TTNDER GOOD working condition* for young and middle-aged men who are ambitious to learn the Street Rail way Bnainesn. WAGES POR MOTORMEM AND CONDUCTORS. F!r* three montha 43c per hour N'?t nine month? V- ?iGc per hour After one year ..48c per hour Frt!l eredit given for former aervjce with thi* company and 48c PER HOl'R GIVEN TO MEN WHO HAVE HAD ONE YEAR OR MORE j CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE WITH OTHER I COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS. ArrJy Mondiy, Wednesday and Friday between ? and 11 A. M. EMPLOYMENT and INSTRUCTION DE PARTMENT. WASHINGTON RAILWAY A ELEC CO.. 15th and Eaat Cap'tol ?ts. HELP WANTED?FEMALE USHERS--REFINED GIRLS OF neat appearance to act as ushers in motion picture theaters ^ good salary; easy hours. Apply RIALTO THEATER. Ninth and G sts. nw. GENERAL HOrSBWORKER; NO SUNDAYS; only three in family?husband, wife and grown boy. 1717 Park road. aeJ-lt Accountants? :.arkfTa ? ii;nTke, cer tlfted Public Acrocntan's. 325 Coh-.rado Bldg.. are lnoking for a few d?airable ladiee who wish to learn ruUic accounting work during their ?pare time. au3l-7t Wanted?six white'~wait resses at once. Good pay. Apply MAYNARD CAFE. 611 Twelfth st. r. au30-tf REAL ESTATE Beta* Buying, Selling or Renting j USE THE WANT ADS, HELP WANTED?FEMALE. lames: learn fo ctrr Isd tuKl iu!'j; we do cut pattern* *M m*ka tkim to order Addrw BOX ft.. U it ;??t oSlc*. Mix Help Wanted?Male and Female. WANTED?500 parents to know that they are making: a serious mistake to let that boy or girl go to work before tak ing at least three months' course at the Best Business' College in Washington. No other investment can equal the small sum necessary to - send them where thev are sure to begin a successful ca reer. Call, phone or write for full particulars. ! STEWARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE I 1203 F St N. W. Phone Main 8671 SITUATION WANTED?MALL NIGHT UV>RK. 6 TO 12; RWUNTLT Dis charged yo?ng army officer. clerical preferred; expert switchboard operator. BOX ni, Herald office. aul7tf WANTED-NIGHT WORK OF ANY KIND fy steady young married man; 12 a. m. to ? a. m. preferred. Address "WORK," 109 Ky. sve. aulA-tf BONORABLY DISrHARfTED" oOLDIER~~E\f. ployed ?? clerk-typist in go ft mm en t derert tnent desires evening employment, preferably 1q real estate office, with opportunity to learn bu*i J nes*. BOX liera.d office. aul-t/ ELECTRICIAN7^ HELPER-EX-NAVY UAN anxious to leara electrical business. ?> K ?? ne. tul-tf Vul.NG MAN 19 YEARS, JCST"D1S curtfd from the ><nny, want* posit ioc as bell boy. cr '?lerical^poaition; good education; steady and competent. Addr^s BOX W$. Herald office. , juzr ti FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. wo ('HEOtriU CL1UN liOOMS; SCtT aMs for 2 or 4 men; adjoining bath. 14:2 ?TH ST. NW. ae2 3t Foil RENT-THREE PTB-NI8HED ROOMS". suitable for young ladies; terms can be ar ranged on coopetatira pi an. Apply from ? a. m. to 4 p. m. 3DO>* B at. ne. CXr.<~,E Li>\I>"OrtTABL>ritOOM and pbT rate porch; within walking distance to all departments. 20 Indiana a*e. nw ae3-3t FOH OOCVPANCY-SBfTT.MBER t-THBXB rooms. kitchenette, tUe bath and hall, hand somely furnished for housekeeping, all conven iences , exclusive residenes ssCtion. Call Colum bia for appointment to Inspect. sei-3t ROOM AND BOARD WANTED. YOUNG MAS V.UFL0YE6 WISHES ROOM. early br<*akt'a*t and dinntr after 6 p. m.; vicini ty Lincoln Park, Dorthaaat, prefvrcd. BOX 72T. Herald offir-. ee3-^ CLAIRVOYANTS. by the District or 'eli MRS. BOSWELL, PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. Gives id\ice uq business matters, loee, health and family affairs; tells if the one you love is true or faJse. w?tat part of the country ia luck iest to you, wha- to do to be auccemful in life. Gives you dates and-facta, tells you what has T-abed in life, and what is happening, without asking a single question. She does not tell to please, but reads just a* the hands indicate; tel a you the planets y?i were born under, the lucky snd unlucky planet*; when and whom y*\ will marry; jetties and egplams lose, family trouble, ruarriage. dhorce, health, lawsuits, speculations, investments, transactions of all kinds. In fact, ?o nutter what you* hope, fear or am bit too. come to this noted palmist and find help. There is no use for anyone to be unsuccessful or un happy. No matter what ths cause, her advice rstoits ill '.roubJe. She guarantees satisfaction Headings, $1.00. 710 7th st. n*., between G and H iu a m-Tt ~ MADAM^ASHMAN Oypsy Clairvoyant And card reader, advice given on bustfoes* marriage and civorcs; tale woman has rssd for many people in many countries, tier oretiicuons axe relxaolsL 1X11 G st,, comas stUMl MME. JEANEfP PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT Gusrsntees to lead your entire life. past. pre? <nt snd tuturr. She a&as no questions, but be fore you utter a -word s'-ie tells what yoa called for. names of friends, enenaes; 'alls how to gam success in business, health. courtship, mar riage, divorce tells >ou whst part of ths worid will 1*? succesgfdl for you, aJvisee how to gais snd hold a good position; she trlls If ths ons you love is true or false Are you In trouhief L>o you find tne one you Lave bestowed your trist snd affsctioo upon siting cool and In different toward you? She will remove ail ob stacles and tell you how to win and hold ths ocs you desiret She reunites ths separated, U> cates sbeect frimds or relatives. Readings. |J.(A 39 SKVENTU aTHfcCT NORTH WK8T. E*rh ne parlor* Opp. Saks A Oa ^ ts3-ti MADAME VICTORIA, The gifted palmist and clairroysnL Can ad vise bus ness. family affairs, love and marriages Can tell you the name of future husbard or wife. Can tell you the secret of being success ful; bow to avoid trouble and to avoid enl ii.rtuence. Sstiafacticn guaranteed or no charge. Entrance 529 TUi st. . au6 7?( Madame allfFT" TALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT, 112 F STRICT N. W Gnarantees to read your entire life, past, pres ent and future; ?ves true adr.ee oo buslrees, love, health and family affairs: tells the r.aae ef y-ur future husband t* wife; snd what to do to be successful in llfs; one visit will pay you (or your many disappointmenta in others; shs will remove all obstacles and tell you how to win and hold tbs ons you deeirs; she gives sdvics on sll important sffsirs of life; resdingi fl CO; no one in troubls turced away money as po mcn<y. Jii Ml MADAM STANLEY. ROTAL r.TPdT PAlSf i?t, reads your hand like an open book; satis faction guaranteed. Give ber a call at 740 9th st. nw , formwly at 1311 H st. ne. au23J&t "CEALOPARKER ; Are you In trouble? Save time and money by consulting a natural-born clairvoyant that Divine Providence has seen fit to bless with remarkable 'talents; she asks no questions but will tell you ? bout buMness. love or marriages, snd what to do to be successful In lifs; overcome evil influence; give luck day a and numbers; you will be wiser and happier sfter seeing her; satisfaction or no rhsrfcps; readings. (L 1211 E at. nw.; between 12th and wth sta. ai>90t PALMISTRY. OLD AND RELIABLE ' MADAME ZELLA -the Gypsy wonder. who has traveled mst ex ten?vely, reading and convincing beyond the lesst doubt ber ability to look accurately Into the farthest deptha of a human band and read the moat delicate and shadowed signs of one's life. A descendant of that famous Gypay quaes, Zclla, who. more than a century ago, read ths hands of the crowned headj uf Europe and tnbre than convinced and won the r*aiae of being (the Gypay Wonder) the nioet celebrated palmist. Madam Zella baa practiced raadinf the mys teries of the band ainc% a girl ef 15 year* and j baa been taorht and enlightened by >h? beat and | moit noted old and young of ber Gypay race and > being a woman 66 yeara of ago Is without a doubt a Gypsy wonder. Call and ha convinced Satisfaction guaranteed. 613 Tth at. nw. MADAM LENORE Gifte4 clairvoyant and medium, can be con mi ted on all affair* of life. Where others fail, ah* succeeds. Her adrlqp is good, try her. No guess work or queationa asked; what ahe see* and talla cornea true. Satisfaction guaranteed. Of fice TO 11th it. nw.. two doora north of Palais Royal atore. llonia. 11 a. m- to I p n. Jul-kK MADAM EPPY. EGYPTIAN PALMIST. Reeds yonr life from cradle to grave; her pow ers are wonderful; indisputable advice; dear In. formation ooncerning lore, courtahip. marriage and divorce; both rich and poor find eounael equally beneficial and inter eating; you are wiser ? avi happier after consulting her; satisfaction I guaranteed; permanently located, houra, 9 a. to ? p. B4 PA. AVE. NW, rataigtrr ia a recognised acienee. ao4 RIZPAH ELDON. la known aa one of ita greatest irwnmfa Pmv dreda visit thia remgrkable woman daily; com plete readings with accurate descriptione of what ycur hand foretells only $1. Reception par-.or -orner oI 6th and G nw. Entrance fch at. Boar*. 10 a. m to I p. m )?2? lit PROF. BELMONT, Noted clairvoyant and palmiaL Glvea adriee on buainese matters, lore, health, and family a/- 1 fair*. Telia name of your fut'ire husband or! wife, telle If one you lo*e ia true or fa^e What part of the country i* luckiest to you. What to do to br> aucceeaful in lifn 2216 New Tork are. I nw. Next door to Masonic T~m[?le. Read- i ings. tl Jr? %f. SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. LIGHT ON ALL PROBLEM* Reading* by appointmect. tt Type written forecaata. * up. KVank Theodore Allen, Director. Astrologioal Reescrrh So ciety. 106 E nw. Phone Franklin M2t ASTROLOGY IS NOT FOBTUNE m.LINO I PHRENOLOGIST. I Phrenologist and Busies* Adviser, given truth- I fu) advice on all affairs of life. She was born with atrange and remarkable power?rower not meant to gratify the idle cu rious. but to direct, advise and help men and women who are tn troubte and doubt concerning which step to take in life to better themselves, j Before endertadang anything of any imjiortanee. i consult one who can properly adviae you. Good 1 advice, in time, often -atea much anxiety and trouble. Consult her today. Tomorrow may be too lata. Advice on Health. Lowe, Marnage. Business and Mining Venture* No ore in trouble turned away. fc?es every one. 1113 14th St. N. W. Office hours. 9 a m to 9 ^ tn. MME. RUTH, PHRENOLOGIST" ?an<l Physiogomist. Have your life read scien tifically by face and head Gives advice on all affair* ot life. Satisfaction guaranteed, Hours, ; ? a. tn. to 6 p. m. ?10 *b at. nv, Apt 1. au?-?t I SPIRITUALIST^ _____ Wishington's Favorite Adviser PROF. MARCUS LA MAR Moat remarkable reader of human destiny of' the present age tall* your name in full, also full uamss of husband, wife or sweetheart: reveals your innarmoat secrets. belpe you to gain your every desire; brings about marriage with the one you love, and gi*e? never failing help and sdvice on business, law suits or any affair of life. Call today; he will surprise you. 1220 G St. N.W. ?u?m AUCTION SALES. Titos. J. Owen ?fc Son, Auctioneer*. TRrSTEE SALE OF VALUABLE FIXTURES. show <*ase* and other like personal i>roparty contained in dgar and confectionary store at 2006 18th st. nw. By virtue of authority seated in me under Chattel !>eed of Trust recorded in1 Liber 4flj6. at Folio SM Of the Land Records of the District of Columbia and for default and at the request of the holder of note secured thereby, on SEPTVTMBFR 6. 1519. AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M., in front of said store I will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder each and e?ery articJs covered by said Deed of Trust and contained in ' said store. TERMS OF SALE will be an-, nounced at that Lima PAUL L. WRIGHT. ' Tniatee. 1 ar 29,30 ae2, J.4.&.6 | MADAME VASTE. Phrenologist and Buaineaa Adviser If you wvuld be aucceeaful 'snd happy. "Know yourself 1" Through the *cisnce of Phrenology jrou csn . bncome acquaint**! with your better | nature, you can kuaw what you are I beat fitted ?'ur. Standing far and above the ma | lority of Phrenologists is Madame 1 I Vaste. who. fmtn birth, has benrn j I poor eased of very unusualv psychic I I pc?w r, and i* the possessor V many j a tr 4ic (eciwt of the anaeni. H - timey advice has prevented [ man fai urea! Bausfsdion. or no charge. Hours* 9 a. m. to 5 ;. m. 823 14th st. nw. MME. SHERA. I . i 'tI63 Men and Women last year" ACCOUNTANCY? Oldest School In City. Dfgree-Grantlnff Powers. PREPARATORY? Accredited llnsla. Da7 and Bre nlnir Grade?nigh School. DRAFTING? Architectural.* Mechanical?$3.00 per month. COMMERCIAL? Or??ir Shorthand. 93.(10 per month. Bookkeeping, Typewriting;. Other Courses Bulletin Free 1736 G St? N. W. y || A a Main 8250 | iMaViAi Gonitfa Collefe High School Under Direction of Jesuit Fathers. North Capitol and Eje St a. If. W. Military Drill under United States Army Officer. 98th Year commencea Monday. Sept. IS. 1919. Send tor Catalogue. George Washington University Chartered by Congress 1821 Co-educational College Year Begins Sept. 24 Arts and Science., Engineering. I Education, Medicine. Dentl.try, I Law. Full day eour.es and late after noon courses. Over one hundred classes In all collee? and engi neering subject, meet at 8:10 and 6:00 P. M. Catalogues and other infor mation at 2023 G street. Tele phone West 1649. Georgetown University The Law School I Session of 1919-1920 begins October 1, 1919, at 6:30 p. m. I,aw School offices open daily from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. for registration and consultation. HUGH J. FEOAN. M. A., LL- B. Ph. D.. Assistant Dean. Georgetown Law School Building, j 506 E St. N. W. Telephone M. 7393 ACCOUNTANCY cn.V A Ths hifta*#t paid profession taught thoroughly [ in a few monies of home stud? by new tytiem, | under tha guidance of It O. P. A.'a ; international accountants society. I Franklin 4?0. ill Colored > PMj / au?-?t WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW CO-EDUCATIONAL. Twenty-fourth year op?r? September ? at T pm. Tuition n P#r Annum. Sadnns it Either 4 50 nr IV p m. Office Hours, 10 to 5 JO. 1317 New York A*e. Phone Mali* 45B*. au2i.2S.37.2B Physiotherapy WHAT IS IT? BECOME A DOCTOR of PHYSIOTHERAPY NURSES, WAR WORKERS. Any one qualified can become better sit uated in life, mentally, physically and financially. Double your In come. ENROLL NOW for fall classes. The Walker Technical College, Phone, Krnots llldg. Franklin .1477. Washington. D. C. Au 20-30t. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL CO-EDUCATION Al, Itrfclnn Wth Year Sept. 24, 191ft I Memhrr Aas'n American Law Schools Strict standards. Instruction by most approved methods. Maximum credit by other law schools. Forenoon classes, 9 to 11, will be resumed. Afternoon clashes 5.10 to 6 50 and I optional early morning classes for I employed students. i Secretary. Masonic Temple, M. 4S40 FIRST OR A PE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMI nations for clerk? September 4 and IS. Tuition for entire coursa for thesa examinations, $5. The CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. se. cor. 12th and F ate. nw. Franklin 20S0 auH'tf EASTERN COLLEGE; THIRTY FOUR MILES from Washington. D- C.; degree, prrp and junior school courses; age 10 upward; open* Sep^ tember 3D. DR. ROOP, Pres , Manaasaa. Va.. Box 4. Jij&auii.wed.fri jQi REFRIGERATORS Sc ICEBOXES. Refrigerators, Ite Boxes 1HAT ARE SUPERIOR ' NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO. [611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757, f ' ' --m Schools And . Colleges AUTOMOBILES Accessories and Repairing USE THE WANT ADS Before Buying or Selling Your Ante. ACTOR rOR HIKE. ail West 197 Quick mnirt. O SO ?nJ up. BperUl rtU? for out-of-town trip*. ; AUTO ACCESS OH IE 5. rTir docto* W? boy, sail and esehangw old tire*. PLAZA AOTO 8UPPLT 00.. ?01-I0i Mass. ara. Phoaa F*aa*ha MM. Atrro? forTsalb. Come to the Largest Used Auto Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. 204 N. Broad at, ? Philadelphia, Pa. 1.0? can to aelect from?1918. 1917, 1916 model*, in all makes, $28) tip. Catalogue fr*e on re quest. *1,22.214.171.124.1115,17, 18.S.C4.?.? SPECIAL NOTICE. WORKING Si EN?SHALL. WE B? INTMF forent to the intarrrt. and welfare of the men who bring ua the eaah right iuto our fiat; well we mj USat hustlers *ro ?ond fellows and should bo dealt with square, so get it right; *ee ua for new pants. C to |4; try ua JUSTU'S OLD STAND. 61J D. aei-lt MONEY TO LOAft. MONEY TO LOAN?MM TO IftuQ.ao* O.N D. CX I real agtata. bncrai trust fun da. All tiaa* 1 actions conducted Wsch ecocuaucal conaiderauoa t tor borroaera WM. H. hA TENDERS & CO, Southern Building. ? U*th rt. ow. ftd-m MONET TO LOAN ON C1TT SEAL EST ATS at current rates of Interest TTLJCR * RUTHERFORD. INC.. 117 19th at n?. apSMt? WATCll THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN* fUM enoencea ot the growth of thia at j This ?*y *eem ltfe ad odd eugg?ation-but it Isn't rncbM-X BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Bugs! Bugs! Bugs) 20th Century Insecticide ?will rid your borer of roa*bee. ante, watrrboga. and bedbugs. Will exterminate roerbe* in your home. Sold by drugjiat* or A. if C. CO.. 911 N. Y- are. Mala 2062. tul-SOt CABINET MAKER. CABINET MAKER I ean repair and ra-flnuh any piece of furni ture you hare. It# condition does not matter. Oolor changing a apecialty. My price u rea sonable and ail work 1* guaranteed. Drop postal and wijl call, or phone Fr. C9?. ABE MARCUS. :0'.5 New York ste. nw hi30-90t MIRRORS REPAIRED. MIRRORS REPAIRLD Mirrors resetted equal to new. Nav mlrron to order. Drop card, will ca'I THE MIRROR SHOP. M B. BROTbJtY. Prop. \t& p? gt. vw% FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. TOU CANT HID* XOL'ft AD IN ~ riiS classified eolumna? for there isn't a tudiaf piace thara. Tbe^s ads are HkLAD. mcLM-tf WILL OLLL IN III UN".JTITUID AUTl> mobile, aty or suburban. srd pe> you iugtie#t prices far laaice'. gentlemen t, children ^ dJ# carded clothing, of ali (Vw^lptioc*. Address pcatal or phcna^-T will caiL E. HlOB, i3SJ .th at. ?w. North ira. f?? w POOL T^BLR. BRUNSWICK. QUICK UK. mour.table, 4H*7 fwi. Monarch cuahicwu; *11 aiM-gajriae: prartically new, cheap. Address BOX f28. Washington Herald. aei It PERSONALS. DO TOU LOVE GOOD HEALTHT lOU CAN have it. Cell at 1TW Ttb at. nw. OLD INDIAN HLllV REM LD Y SHOP ?*? mfc:-?tt DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET OVER 30 YEARS HetiMJ ml 3PMU1 limn ai M.. ,d(j Uon?. Means He*lth to You if You Suffer Pttau Catarrh, Obesity, Rheumatism, Oocsut*> tion, Piles. Throat Lunge, Brain. Heart, Biood and SAxd Dimias. Natuus Debility. Kidney Diseases. Bladder Trouble, Specific Blooa Tot ooning. Empuana. Ulcers, and All Private Die taaes Cured for Life hr Safe Method*. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE Private Waiting Room for Ladies Office Honrs, 18 to 1.. S u t fiundara. It to Li. Liberty Bond Prices We paid for $?V> Ilnnds Monday: Victory 4% per cent... $49.97 let 3H per cent f ffMM lat 4 per eenf J47.ll 'id 4 |?er cent S4fl.r?n lat 4>i per cent $47.12 2d 4t? per cent $46 (12 :id 4Vi per cent $47.06 4th 4*4 wcr cent $4rt.or? Victory 8^4 per cent $&0.00 In addition to the?c pricea we pay full value for Liberty Bond coupons due. Interest- paid up to i?te of sale. We buy $100. fsno and $1,000 Liberty Bonds of all Issues. We Alao Buy Pnrt I'nld Cnrda >in?< WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Without Any Red Tape. N? rherka uaed here} all trans nctlona spot cash. Liberty Bond Exchange '>prn Dnllv. 3:30 (n s p.m. 915 Penni. At*. N. W. AUTO REPAIBIHO TRY WILLCHER -the motor car diagnoaticiao; ninety-day guar antee on a*l auto sapalr work. 1341 W at nw. Ph<me North 2360. tulNt XJKt.S VULCANIZED A nu fttrAIRED!" MIKE UA_Li> CO.. U2 10th ST. NW. Auto Repairing, $1.00 per Hour. W? repair ail mti<? of can. Generator work a apecialty. I Our eerrloa U bMt E. H. BAUER CO. Tboue Main 91A4. 636 G at nw. *29.?jui4 WRECKING AND BUILDING % WE WRECK ALL KINDS OK BUILDINGS. A. R THOMPSON. 1337 E at ae. juB- ?un. wed. fH-tf MOVING^ PACKING, STORAGE. BMTTH'S TRANSFKU AND STORAGE CO. NORTH 3342. N. 3343. N. 3344. _ LONG-DTSTAVOE MOVING. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTELY FIREKROOK 6 T O ft A O I Konma. r? aod up. Morlng tod Packing UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. CAR) Nu It. lw. Phone klaia t3 cod FrukliB MB u. MOVING ~ furnish Ujge padded nat aod ca/?f*a? mi to handle your r"oda PACKERS of furniture, piano*. r>iin^ trlo-? tea.-, ctr. Experienced men only. SHIPPING to all t?rti cf the world. STORAGE tor funutur. piaaoai and be id gooda 1231 H St. N. W. Mail n KRIEG'S EXPRESS Liberty Bonds Bought for CASH We Paid for $50 Bonds Tuesday Victory 3Y+ Per Cent $50.00 j 1st 3Yi Per Cent $49.91 i 1st 4 Per Cent $47.1 I 2d 4 Per Cent $46.50 I 1st 4'/4 Per Cent $47. i2 2d 4'/4 Per Cent $46.62 j 3d 4'4 Per Cent $47.96 4th 4'/4 Per Cent $46.95 j Victory 4^4 Per Cent $49.97 In addition to these prices wo pay full value for Liberty TV-nd coupon* duo. Interest paid to date of sal#*. Wo buy $100, $500 and $1,000 Liberty lJ"nds of all issues. We Also Boy Part Paid Liberty Bond Cards and W ar Savings Stamps Without goin? through any rod tap*. Ue Use No Checks ^Xe Pay Cash Only Liberty Investment Co. Phone Main 75S9 920 F Street N. W. Open daily 8:30 a.m. to r,:30 p.m. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Appropriate Funeral Tokenj At UaL. c? r x pre&al re? l n c x pen* ra. Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street Prompt auto delltery aerrice. IN MEMORIAM. HOOPER?In lovi iiff remembrtne? of, our darling daughter and beloved ' Bister. EDITH GENEVIVE, who departed this life one year ago to day. August 23. ISIS. "Gone but not forgotten." fBv hor loving father, mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hooper and daughter Eleanor.) BIRTHS REPORTED. WUITR John fX and Id i Wade, boy. Hot A aod Margiret WV1* hoy. E<i G. aiid Margaret M. Thomas. girl. Psrid and Bella T. SilTerman, bey. Win. H. and Ruth Simma. girl Raysoa E ar.l Qsia K. Roche. boy. Ogwald ai d Theresa Rc*>saty. boy. Luigi and Rosa Riuten. girl. Gulcectpe and Caxtuela IL.zxo, girl George St. M. and May B. 'Maxwell, girl. James and Alice Fitanauriee. boy. Joseph J. and Nellie G. Mtltlienj, girL Roaario and Nellie Lorcbardo. boy. Wm S. ard Louiae J Kinney. girl. Julian A. ard Ruth P. J.Vinson, boy. L. and Rertha Hunt, bo?-. Cabin E and VCildred Giffin, boy. Thomaa .1. and Frieda I F?rm*l. girl. Oerald D. and Myrtle E FVtpca, gi/L Wnv. A. and Elmabetii O. Flanigan. girl, llenry M. and Edith W. French. hoy. Henry R. and Kate A. Dulaney. boy. Frank ?jid Ralalie Dunu. boy. Giuseppe aud MarrellLra Diinrglio. 'girl. Joaeph and Anna Gorado. hoy. Chester E. aud Gladys J. Rauaser, girL Michael and Fillip Anwlmo, boy. COLORED. Alfred and Ida M. W'alkiT. girl. CLANCY'S KIDS (Copyright. 1919, by the McClur# Newspaper Syndicate.) Jefea B. sad Nina W ?U?an toy Earl and Mary M Nnmia, toj Jamas ft sad Mirth* Laa, boy. ??ijsnn ax* LotUt ?nca. boy. DEATHS REPORTED. WHinL Mm l^ereca Oraoe. M yaars, 128 C ft n?. Frederick G. WUri. ??. IX A *. na Mary A Bailey, ?*. Casualty Hoaj*taL Louu* M. Btoaferer, W) ISC I A O" John fthook, fl, W. RipM'i Hn**UL Wm. J. DooW 44 Casualty Haart'*. Hanry W. Marks ff, MI O H. aw. milk J. Mrtt*. H.XttkiL? Infant of Wm. and A*nea Dodsoa. 4 months. Children'* Hospital. COLORED. Kate Ttylor, 50, 1413 1st at. n*. Norah H Thomaa, 3a, VT\i Vxh at. Arthur Bnsg*. 36. FVredmen ? HoarAtal. Edward Hammond, 46. 633 N at. n*. Martha Jon*. ? 2211 l?h *. nw Edward Allen. 54, Bmari^'7 Hospital, owr*. Mia., S. Wa?h Avium Ha*ML M.fT A. M eonw?7 S3. ?? M ?<- !>? Kobttrt W. Gnua, T d?y?, 1311 1W * ** MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. ran G Mamcnpp. 21 of Wa*in*ton and Harriet K Tnrker. JO. of Bksneatelaa, V T I The Far R H McKim. ^ ... . ftarier S Baumfr, ?. <*pik*ia?d. Md . and H?t?i E Radr*. ST. of RldJalsy. W \a. Tha R*-t r. J. OTkJlaghan. Harry Schlicfctin*. 53. and Mary E- ?E both of Alexandria, Va The Rer G J La*" j kin ? . ... Martin R Wast. JO. and Ar? bnUl of Washington Tlia R** H. D- MitAelt MM ael J. Dorchak. 36. of Virgells. and Edna M. Hirka St. of Port Jervia V Y The Rer. J. n. Caasidv. I R<v.*rt C. Waldmn, 24 and Muriel A He-i. 24. both of Waahington. The Raw. A- F San-; d<TSOn. fvirtrr J Pryor, 34. of Wa#>inT/*v. One#. E Rol*rVor. 21. of Ontario. Ta. The R** T E Daria _ John H Rudd. 4? and Mande I WlWmm. #. both of Ridixn/iod. Va- The R^? J R Classac* H. Kennerlr. 8*. and Mary O. An?, ' *. both of Washington. The R^ H. F. P^wna nurlca R Rmx. ?. ?f Wa*fc1nf?/w. and Clara Ca?*. 18, of Dada CUT. Fla. J. K RrdS . Morria Ka'ifman, 23 and Nettie Minnar 21, twth of Baltimore. Md. The Rer. G 6Ur*r atr>ne. Thnmas W Foot. V. of Minneapolis. Minn., and Eucy Berrr. 34, of Waahlngton The Rer W. W. ftbearer Oiarlea O'^'^nnell, 46, and Mildred J. B^arh, ?9. toth of Waahington. The R^r. W. J Broods Artimr VI Onmwrl'. ? nf Srw Orl?n?. I* , ?rd R?tli Sfkofitld. n. o! WutSmoi Th? Re* W. r JohnsLoo Uiblord 6 B'iahr. V, and ftarah V Jam?r*v 23. brrth of Waahinctnn. Tha R** H. W fttnwell Edwarrl B Holmea. ?. of Ramxn?ton. *"a., and Anne Jarrersnn, 43, of Brandy, Va T^s R^r J. H. J^friea Uo^d H Dittnrh. 9 of Portland. Or^f. and Sadie X L??aby. 25, of WaAinfton. T^ia R/v H Schroeder. ? Davia S. Chasaldina, H, tad Bavtha E Bailsy, If. tvth of Waahirstnn T>ie R*t J T Rngrs Natliao H. Lihott. 26 and Mar Y Steennan, 24. hotl) of Washlnftde. The Re*. A Sim?i Trtua E Sovder. 4T. and Ei*i'* G R^hrhaof*i. 28. both of Sinaheim. Pa The Rrr. T. E. Daria R- ser T> Kilpatrtck. 21 and Margaret A. !??, bo'h of Washington. "Hie R*r. J. H. J pffries. To)m H Wright. 23. and Minni# K. Janes. 19. br.th of WaahingVJC The Rer T. M. Hinkel. T^-land R nxr*. T r/ R^rkelrr, Oal. and Siidip F- Rti?ett. 25, of Washing*.on T^e Rp? H !?. Mitf4iel< Jn6eph R FTynn. 35. of Waahirp*on. and May S(^>tt. 25. of ftrra^iae. X. Y The R?t J H Smyth. OOT/>EET>. John Hawkins. 37. and Magdelecr Shorts, 14, both of Washington. The Rrr J R Mat thews William L Warthy. 18. and Pauline Smith. 3f?. bvUi of Waahjnron The Rer C H Pm John T W*?t. 2S, ar.d Anna Hammond. 21. boij. of Wa?hinrton. Ti e Rer. A. Sayles. Comrfius V R-irk^. 21. of Ha>-markrt, Va . and Hatfie P- J! <ok. 23, of Wa&hington. "Hie R^t W J. Howard. John H. Scronrins. 21. and G^neT* Ijsles. 3. H-.th of Gainesville, Md T^u? Re*. W J. How ard. Olinr Rr>?n!ro. 23. Anns M Rlair. If, both ol W??r.ingtrn Tlip R/~r G C/mtm*. Harry WiUcemm. 3^. and Mary Shorter. 21. bnfh of Washington The Re-r W. H I Van. Charies E. Rar.kett, 21, and Eisie Osf'.ett, X. both of Washington. The R^r G RulloA James A Thomas. 22. and Viola E Williams, 19. brth of Wa^iington TY.* Rry R I>. P>**a Oliver Johnson. 21. and EsTher Bn^oka. 34. h-^h nf Waahin^toc. "H:* R^ W. A Eee T.mt Smitl.. 29, and Nellie TVrman. 22. both of Washing?.^" TTie Re* A Sayl#*. f'ifford E. Henry. 7., and Anna V. MflBifer, 27. iioUi of WaahinrJ^n The Rer. C. M Tan ner Thomas J Ro*?eta 25 and Rob^tA F John Ron. 25. ri IV'dericksburg, Va. The Rrr. W. J. Howard. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE NEWS Mips Mabel Mark lev, "war daugh ter" of John C. O'Neal, of the lino typ? section, has reaipned her position fts chief of the ordnance information bureau, and has returned to her horr*? in Uniontown. Pa., where she has been appointed assistant principal in the public schools. S. L. McCarthy left Saturday to spend two weeks in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Chief Rev.ser Joseph W Somaliac C at work in the proofroom after a Va cation in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Adjr haw re turned to the c?ty after a visit with relatives at Forest Hill. Md. Thomas J. McDonough. who ha* apent ths summer with relative re cuperatinjr at Pitmans Grove, N. J., expects to return to work in the proofroom next week. Joseph P. Gamer, Jacob R. Smelts rer. Charles T. Johnson and Fdwin H. Tabler. compositors in the hand sec tion. are on leave. .MU^s Emma p. MeCauley. diredres* In the pamphlet bindery, is on heave. Marsh A. Bodenhamer. who ha* been detailed to the Capitol several months on the Congressional Direc tory. has. returned to the night proof room. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dellinper have returned from an a''to trip to De troit. Niagara Falls and Canada Miss Nellie Theakcr is spending her vacation in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Henderron F Tompkins is enjoy in? two weeks at his old home 'r Warrenton. Va.. and visiting frlendi at Molasses Junction. Charles R. Hooper, of the bo> factory, is on a flshinF trip m Seneca, Md. John M. Rarr is at work in the J keyboard room after a short ill j ness. Harvey Renota. Georpre Reynolds ! Fred Schlick and John Stewart, book, binder* in the forwarding and finish ing section, are on leave. Joe Williams and Homer Hall have returned from a week's cruise among the Ashing grounds on the lower Po tomac. Francis li. Pearson resigned his po ' sltlon in the forwarding and finishing scctlon. and was presented with ? very useful present by his many friends. Don Murray is spending this week I fishing at his camp below Mount Ver ' non. Miss Mary H. Murphy has return ed to her desk in the office of the ' superintendent of documents. Gov ernment Printing Office. after a va cation spent at Atlantic C*ty with her mother and brother. Princf Visits Montreal. Montreal. Sept. 2-? AJthough the original itinerary for the Prince ot Wales did not include an official visit to Montreal until he had toured West ern Canada and returned east in Oo lober. he was fa*re today as an offi cial guest ol the city. BUREAU OF EN GRAVING AND PRINTING NEWS Mr*. Keplem. manager of the lunch room. has handed in her resignation Charles H a ? nswortl* president, and John Kelly, treas urer. are directing the affair* ?fk the Lunch seoclation until a ne<|F* manager Is secured. Miss Mollie Bobby, asolstant cklet of the sump-gumminr division, has returned to her desk sfter an auto mobile trip through Delaware an4 surrounding country. Miss Sadie Fen wick, of the stamp . book and coil division, has returned to work after an extended vaca tion. 4 Fred H. Fhulz. of section 9. is baok from his trip to Atlantic City. Gia? Willie, of the engraving dtvt* slon. Is now wearing one of tho*e broad smiles. He's % dady now?and* ' it la a boy. % Ths girls of the examining d Iris to*, >n auction 6. did not forget that thafr ' forewoman. Muss MoGufnnl*. had an other birthday anniversary and eur prised h^r yesterday with a party. There was an abundance of ice creajft and cake and all that goes with them. Mis* Agnes Maddox and Charles H. Piggott. of the surface division, are on the aick list. Miss Jaeschke. of tha wetting dtvt sion, left for Philadelphia yesterday to sttend the wadding of her county for whom she is to be bridesmaid. Joe 6tar.is7ew.stti. of section ?. spent 1-abor Day motoring to Brad dock Mrs. Elsie Winter, of the examining division. Is now the proud owner of a ukelele. won at Chesapeake Beach on L?abor Day. Foreman James Perry, of the wet ting division, has gone on a fishing trip to the eastern ahore of Maryland. Miss Sarah Cook, clerk in aection C is spending a few days In Atlantis City with her brother. Mrs Mary Edmoneton. of the wet ting division, is vfc#*ing her daughter In Philadelphia. William J. Dooley, of acetion 9. whe met with an accidental death Monday rooming, mill be buried from St. Joseph's Church at 9 a. m toda/. Mrs. Ida Diamond, forewoman of elaanere. has returned to duty, her rheumatism much improved. Funeral of Gen. Price To Be Held Here Today I Funeral services for Brig. Gen. Bu|? ler Delaplaine Price, retired, who died, i at Jamestown. R- 1 , last Friday. will i bs hf-ld from Gawler's undertaking ee I tabllahment. IT*) Pennaylvanla as^ ] nue northwest, at 10:50 o'clock thtg morning. Interment will be in Ane I llngton Nationel Cemetary. I Gen Price lived in Washington at-~ : ler h:? retirement in He fought J I throuprh the rjvil Wsr aari uv serv I ice in the Indian wars and in Cuba He was a member of the Army and Navy Club, the I?yal Legion, Foreign ; Wars and National Geographic So i ciety. Gen. Price is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Afrnes Gilmore Price, a , son in Washington and a daughter re | .?iding in Sen Francisco. Allies Command Berlin To Leave Austria Alone Pari*, fcept. 2.?The allies, through the Supreme Council, today sent as ult<metum to the German govern j ment. declaring that w.thin twt ? weeks Germany must modify hef I constitution, eliminating the provi* i sion which admits Austrian depu ; ties to the Reichstag. It is pointed out that this clause | is in contradiction to the Versailles treaty, which forfcida interference in Austrian affairs. RESORTS. %n.4\nc rrrr. T^TMORL/mAVTrOTi vraDSgEAreSIBQIB-SUCqg WlLimOOD. EDGETON INN cap . SO. arcLaatra. bkit. 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