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'-?J 1= >7 Th. *?? HarsJd Ooa^uj at OH3 Element* ??'. D. c. ,? T*i?l>ou? ExcfcMg^-CUl M?to ?* <? claw^fled id??r?i*eineiita uk for Branca lj. M?ai*r Aflftlt Rurean erf CfrrtM^Sm. Classified rates Wasted Help Wtnted QttMttaaa.* Wanted Rwr., and 1 . "V -'. >st and Fbund Thnm lines or lee* on* time, 25a 8&me ad. thre? eflMKqtfr* times, 50c. AT J. OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS PER LINX 1 time a ?? csnta SO ttmm consacutirwy ? ?-T cecta 60 times cQnascxxtirvly ? ? cents Coctra.-t Rates On Request. MirdmiiTTT ITlrt Tines FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. THE A & RECK WITH SPECIAL AGENCY. New York Tribune Bid*. Chicago Offies T^.bune Bid*. Detroit Offers C9 Ford Bid*. St. Louis OfftoBL T^ird National Bank Dld?. ONE CENT A WORD Minimum C3iar*e. Sc. LOST. L/OCrr?DIAMOND BAR PIN SURROUNDED by Onyx, between LosWa Psixes and Shotw bun Hotel; finder return to S. J.. Office Shore ham Hotel, corner 12th and H eta ; receive re ward. f?34 LOST-SUNDAY IN EOOLOGIOAL PARK. lady's haztdbe* coc.f lr.fr g lady's gr.ld watch; Initial* "I*. V. R.** pin. two keys. identlfic*.d.jn earda. S3 reward. return 800 12th at. n?r . or phone Franklm SMS. ?e3-3t ! LOST-LADY'S ELGIN GOLD WRIST] watch September 1 at TMal Baain drrealnf roots; case ecgrarwl with "E." Keepsake. Find er pleaae return to EDITH RIGHT. War Risk Insurance, Actuarial Di*1*cn. 6th and B sta.. and recelrs reward aeMt WANTED?AGENTS. CANDY?RIO PAY; AOVQTIS^ MEN. wotnen. Start one of our Specialty Candy Fac tories in your fcuime. am all room, anywhere; we teil how and furnlah everything; grand oppor tunity CANDY HOUSE, 131* Rsneteed Philadelphia. Pa. * au2S-36t HELP WANTED?MALE. MAN HANDY WITH TUOL3 TO DO GFN enl rtptir work. Apply W. GRIFFITH, g 1st and H sfs. rn aeoZl ' HlGfT SCHOOL- BOYrOVER 16 j ^ years, wanted for early morning and evening work. Should live north of Florida avenue. Salary! $10.00 per week. Apply C1RCU- I LATION MANAGER. Herald office. WANTED?YOUNG MAN TO learn printing business. Ap ply to FOREMAN COMPOS 1NG ROOM. The Herald, aftei 6 p. m. EXPERIENCED ADVERTIS iag solicitor for classified dept*. See Mr. MONAHAN. Washington Herald. sep3-3t LaBxkek* WAVrru-41-HLV at once SUIT. OF EjriLDINGa, Amer.caa Kd CruM Headquarters. 17th and E sta. seSSt WANTED-PAPER HANGER APPLY I ? E at. nw H ACCOUNTANTS?CLAKKb A HUNCKE. ?*ERr j tifled Putfic Accountants. 125 Colorado B!dg . J A are looking f r a few desirab'e men who w->h to ? W learn public accounts work dnriag their c: time. (?;?n ur.til 3 p. m. au31-.t , f PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT UNDER GOOD working condjti ?TfJtf .iOur* at. i nmidl&az^d j tan who are anAiticua to learu the Street. Rail- I way E.'3tnesa. WAGES FOR MOTQRMEN AND CONDUCTORS. First three month.' <3c per ho :r I N*xt nice mor.tha l?c per hour | After one jear 48c per bour j Full credit for lorr-.er fciTio? with this ^ co?nr?nv mrA 4?<y IH;? HOUR GIVEN TO MEN WHO HAVE HAD ONE YEAR OR MORE CONTINUOUS EXPERIENVt: WITO OTHER COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS. ' ArflT Monday, Wedncsda;. and UridAjr Letwesn I ? and 11 A. M. _ j EblPLOYMENT AND IN>TRUCllON DEr PARTMENT. WASHINGTON RAILWAY & ELEC. OO.. . 15th and Eaai Capitol ?;s. HELP WANTED?FEMALE COOK. WASH AND IRON. FAMILY OF, three; nx>ni and bosrd with all mo?lern con- i Tsmenc^a, $31 i?t month. "JC2t Woodley rlare. se>3t ; 1.Al-M?i:ESS. tfJi AND ONE ^FeAL day. Apply 2KA Wcn-dl^y ACCOUNT A NTS-CLARKE i HUNCKE. r Eft ttiied Public Arcoan'ar.ts. Colorado Blfig., . are lcokicj for a few deeir&ble ladits -vho wish to leam public acctwnunc work dunnc their ? pare time. WANTED^SIX WHITE 'WAIT resses at once. Good pay. Apply [ # MAYNARD CAFE. 611 Twelfth st.! nw. au30-tf ? | kLAl>IE.?: LEARN To tT ASH MAKF. ?- tai'.ored sui's; we do cu* psttenw ard make skills to order. Address BOX 6!, U ft. r<*t effi?. ^ 3'^ Help Wanted?Male and Female^ WANTED?500 parents to know that thev are niakinc a serious mistake to let that bov 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 they arc sure to begin a successful ca reer. Call, phone or write for full particulars. STEWARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 1203 F St. N. W. Phone Main 8671 REAL ESTATE Before Baying, Selling or Renting USE THE WANT ADS, 1 REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE. Golden Rule Offers The Following Fine Properties For Sale: PuntnrM property for sale. We bare m handing locate^ In the direct Hue of tnrrenalnir property value* on Thirteenth street near New York avenue. Thla properly haa been placed ^vlth ua for Immediate aale only. We are confldrnt that by holding thU alto three or four yeara It will advance in price at ?eaat |3,000| other propertiea in thla block with buildings not n^hr mo good aa ~lbe building on the ait??we nre ?leacrlblntf are aclllng today for $.',OUO more than we are offer lNK thla excellent building and lot. The owner haa Instructed un to sell for S13?000. Very liberal terma can be nrruugrd. We tufcseat that. If you are looking for a profitable Invest ment you call on ua for full Information. 3900 block Kansas avenue? A beautiful brick home, con tains six rooms. bath, hot water heat, gaa and electricity. Itonm for garage?back and front porches. This is a mod ern home and is priced at $7,500 with a cash payment of $2,000. We will be glad to show you this property. " Near Twenty-flrst and O streets northwest. beautiful brick stucco house containing fourteen rooms, hot water heat. Very good condition, corner of alley. This house is occupied by owner who will give im mediate possession. Is nartic ularly well adapted for board ins and rooming house, being within easy walking distance of War, Navy. Treasury and other governmenf departments. $3,000. Easy terms. Clarendon. Vn. We have a beuutlful seml-dctnched home In Clarendon aitunted on n tract of land ?-overlng Ave aerea. Thla houae la modern in every way, enntninlnjc hot woter heat, eloetrlclty, gaa. Knrujce, laundry, two baths and there are twelve handaome room*. I'rice $15,000. Very easy terms. Immediate possession. I room pebbledash dwelling, Ta koma Park. Md.. newly painted and decorated, hot water heat. tile bath, electrio lights, lot 60x130. can inspect any time. Call on us for permission to Inspect. $5,000. $3,000 cash. In the 5400 block of Ninth street northwest. beautiful semi-detached home, $6,000. Can be bought on very easy terms. Rhode Island avenue, near Tenth street, nice brick home containing ten rooms, new hot air heating plant, excellent condition, both inside and out. This property Is vacant and immediate possession can be secured. This would maice an excellent home and is well lo cated for high class rooming house. $S.OOO with small cash payment and small monthly payments. For sale In the 1100 block of Eleventh street northwest, old frame tuilding on a lot 15x110 feet. This is an excellent site for the location of a desirable home. The old building and ground will be sold for $3,900 on as low terms as $200 cash. The building on this lot can be remodeled at a 'nominal cost and used for dwelling purposes. The value of the lot alone Is considerably in excess of the price we are asking for both building and lot. Call on us for permission to Inspect. Two houses near Twenty fourth and K streets north west, $4,000 each. $500 cash payment will secure immediate possession. These houses con tain seven rooms each, bath, latrobe heat. A beautiful semi-detached house, In the heart of >11. Pleas ant, located on Meridian street.t This house Is situated on lot BOx 100 ft., la frame construction with hot water heat. m>a. elec tricity, hardwpil floors, ?leep Ing porch, within one block of Fourteenth street cur llae. '1'his house is well worth the small price of $7^00 asked by the owner. $4,500 be'autiful brick detached house, furnace heat, gas, six rooms and bath, located near 12 th and Kearney streets. Brookland. Possession In thir ty days, now occupied by owner. Deltsville, Md., beantlful brick, detached home, containing nine rooms, hot water heat, Karaite, hath room, on lot 120x340 ft., nearly one acre of ground, with in 100 ft. of the electric rail may station. ltraMtlful colonial porch. ground* improved bj| roars, vines, beautiful hedges, fruit trees, etc., occupied by owner. Possession can be ob tained In IB days. This Is one of the finest country homea wo have listed. For colored tenant, nice e Iqht room house, located on L street, between 9th and 10th streets northwest, frame construction. $3,000. Immediate possession can be secured. 9th and P streets northwest, beautiful 14-room home, large back yard, side porch. Th's house can be bought at a very reasonable figure with very small cash payment. Now va cant. Call on us for permission to inspect. Beautiful seven-room home on First street northwest, near V street. $6,500. excellent condi tion. fine neighborhood, furnace heat. gas. 1800 block, Newton street northwest, hot water h??at. gas, electricity. 11 rooms. 2 baths, rm>dern in every way, $9,000, or will trade for a good seven room house. Near First and Jt streets northeast, beautiful seven-room home, furnace heat. gas. room for garage, laundry: immediate possession can be had. House now vacant. $6,800. terms. Investment property, on Fifth street, near G. This house con tains eight rooms and bath, is now leased by good tenant at rental of $40 per month. GOLDEN RULE, Real Estate and Investments ;34 15 th Street N. W. Phone Main 3658. HOME SPECIALS See Peterson, 734 Fifteenth St. X. \V. CENTRAL N. W., FIXE NEIGHBORHOOD, convenient to business, deep lot, paved alley; a practically new brick home at less than such property sells for in the Southeast and Northeast suburbs. TWO-FAMILY APARTMENT, substantial brick, four rooms and bath and separate heat for each; rear yard, paved alley. Ex clusive white section. Live in one apartment; the other will keep up payments. If sold quickly, $3,800 will secure it. Terms. v SEVEN-ROOM BRICK, cellar, furnace heat, deep lot, garage, paved alley; near Mass. ave. ne.; location good. $4,750. SPLENDID VALUE in several Mt Pleasant homes with all modern Advertising man waiting for copy; must ring off. If you want to secure a home, come here to find it. E. M. PETERSON, 734 Fifteenth St. N. W. SITUATION WANTED?MALE. Nir.HT WORK, a TO 12: RECENTLY D1S charged yonng army officer; clerical preferred; erp*rt Bvritct.txjiid operator. BOX Tli, Herald office. / sul7-tf WANTXD-NIOHT WORK OP ANT K1 YD by steady yeung married mac; U a. m. to 6 a. m. preferred. Addresa "WORK." 105 Ky. av<v ??. aulS-tf I HONORABLY DISCHARGED SOLDIER EM- i ployed as clerk typist in r^erruneot depart- J irent dra?res evening employment, preferably in real estate office, with opiortun.tj to learn bust- j nea?. BOX RW. Herald office. aul-ti ] ELECTRICIAN 3 HELPER?EX-NAVY MAN anxious to learn electrical buaiDei*. 23 K , ?t ne. aal-tf FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. CULTURED YOUNG MAN wanted to share exceptional room in down town hotel. Price $18.75 each. Apply WASHINGTON HERALD, Box 729. Se3-lt RENT-THREE VTRXTSilBD ROOMS; suitable for 5011ns ladle*; terma can be ar ranged 00 cx> op** at! re plan. Apx?ly from 9 a- to. to 4 Pl m. 36H D at- aa3-4t FOR RENT?Unfurnished Rooms THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMSj FIRST and second floor; 57 each per month. MPO O at. nw. YOBNQ MAN 19 YEARS. J VST Dis charged from the ??rmy.. wants portion u bell boj. or clerical position; good education; steady and competent. Address BOX TOO. Herald office. )u2? ti | T2T. Herald office. ROOM AND BOARD WANTED. VOT'NO MAN EMPLOYED WISHES ROOM*. early breakfa*. and dinnsr after ? p. m.; vicini ty Lincoln Park, northeast, preferred. BOX CLAIRVOYANTS. LiCTBMd Mr MM Pi*rtct~<x amimi? WHAT SHOULD HX)? flow oftefl In life w? oome to a stand still ; preplexed and in doubt concerning which step to take for Ota beet It U Just at this *<*p ofj the 1 Adder at (lie that the mistakes are made, so don"t de cide y6ur future on mere gueea work. Be advised by one who can properly adriM you. Adrice on health. lore, marriage, business. inventions, speculations and aJl affairs of life. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charges. Hours. 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Studio S10 *h at. nw MADAM RUTH ? Palmist Phrenologist Clairvoyant es6-nt MADAME PARKER. GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM. If you are going to rek advice or help, why not con*uJt one who is well known, one who w here permanently? She can UU you if the on* you lore Is trie or faJae and tell you how to win and hold the ono of your choice; Wis yon what bmsneas and what part of tho world Is most lucky for you and ad vises you how to gain and hold a good fcoeitioo; she brings the "???ted together; makes happiness brtween man ***1 wife. Can tell you if anybody has put bed luck or evil influence on you And ahe can tell you how to take it off. Can Ml you the cause of your troubles and how to avoid Qusn. Can ad rise you in divorce cases; w)ien to speculate and where to locate This lady does not tell to pleas* you. but gives only truthful advice you can depend pvt. Do not become discouraged it you hare seen others and they hare fatied to help you. WADail PARKER will show you a way. Satisfaction or no charges. READINGS. SI TO 1211 E ?L nw.. between 12th and Utli ata. Upstairs MRS. BOSWELL," PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. Gires adrice on buaioena nutttcm, iove, health and( family affaire; tells If the one you lovs la true or falae. what pert of ths country is luckr I leat to you. what to do to be succsssful In Ufa Olres you dates and facta, telle you what haa passed In life, and what is happening, without asking a single question. She doss not tail to please, but reads just as tb? hands Indicate, tails you ths planets Vou were born under, the lucky and unlucky planets; when and whom you will marry; settles and explains lore, jfamily triaible, marriage, divorce, health, lawsuits, a pec ulations, Investment*, transactions of all kinds, Iu fact, no matter what jour h?pe. fear or ambi tion. come to this noted pailmut and find help. There la no use for anyone to be unauocsssf ul or unhappy. No matter what the cauas. her advice removes all trouble. 6he guarantees satisfaction. Readings, JLOO. 710 Tth ?t. nvr.. between G aud . H at*. Bs4>7t j MADAM D'ASHMAN Gypsy Clairvoyant And card reaaer, adnc* given oa business marriage and CJvorce, tins woman baa read for many people tn many countries, tier I'redjctious are rulialjie. IJOl G at., corner UUl MME. JEANET1 PALM19T. CLAIRVOYANT Guarantee* to lead your entire life, past, p mi and luture. She a&ks no <iuestioos. but be fore you utter s word she tells what you called for, names of fnerida. enemies; (alls how te rain success in business, health, courtship, mar riage, divorce tells you what part of the world will be successful for you, advises bow to gain and hold a good position; ahe tells if the one jou lor* u trne or false Are you in troutwe? Do you find tne one you have beatowed youi trust and affection upon eutjng cool and In different toward youf She will remove ail ob ilacles and tell you bow to win and bold ths one you desire. She reunites the iterated, k> cates abaer.t frtmds_or relatives. Readings. 11.00. 30P 6KVENTO TTUUCr NORTH WEMT. Prhtie Parlor* Opp. Saia A Co. JeJ-tf MADAME VICTORIA. The gifted jalmiat and clairvoyant. Can ad vise business, family affair*, love and marriagr*. Can tell you the name of future huabsnd or wife. Can tell you the secret of being ?ucohs ful; how to avoid trouble and fc^w to avc:d rril irjluence. SatislscUcn juarauteed or no charge. Kn trance 52? 7th at Su6 7?t MADAME ALLEN PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT. Ill V STREET N. W Guarantee* ?o read your ecu re life, cast, pres. ent and future; gives true advios on business. love, health and family affalra. tells the nam* of your future husband or wife; and what te do to be suecesaful in life: one visit will pay 1 you for yovr many disappointments In other*; I *be will remove all obstacles and tell you bow ! to win and hold the ore you desire; she gives | advice on all important affairs of Ufa; roadinga j V 00; no one in trouble turned away mosey at no mnn<7. Jet-tot 1 MADAM STAVLFTT ROYAL OTPWy" PALM- I 1st, reads your band like an open book: aatis- ! faction guaranteed. Give her a call at ?40 9th | ?t nw.. formerly at 1311 H it. ne. au?V36t | PALMISTRY. Licensed by the District of Columbia. j OLD AND RELIABLE MADAME ZELLA -the Gypsy wonder, who bas trareled matt ex tenaTely, reading and convincing betyond the1 least doubt her ability to look sccurately Into the farthest depth* of a fcuraan hand and read I the most delicate and ahadowed signs of one's life. A descendant oI that famous Gypsy queen, Zella. who. more than a century ago, read the hands of the crowned head* of Europe and more than convinced and won the prais* of being (the Gypsy Wonder) the most celebrated palmist. Madam Zella haa practiced fading the mys teries of the hand since a girl ef 15 years end haa been taught ajjd enlightened by the beat end i most noted old and young o\ her Gypsy race and being a woman 65 year* of age la without a doubt a Gypsy wonder. Call and be convinced Satisfaction guaranteed. 61S 7tli at. nw. madam"Lenore Gifted clairvoyant and medium, can be cr** sulted on all affair* of li/a Where others fall she succeeds. Her advice is good, try her Ne guess work or questomx aaked; what ihe eee-a and tells comes true. Satisfaction guaranteed. Of fice T21 11th *t. nw., two doors north of Palais Boyal at ore. Hours. II am. to S p n. Jul *0t MADAM EPPY. " EGYKUAN PALMIST. Resds your life fn?n cradle to grave; her pow er* are wonderful; indisputable edrice; deer i?w formation concerning love, courtship, cr.arriage snd divorce; both rich aid i-oor dnd cocnael Equally beneficial and interesting; you are wiser ?ad happier after consulting her; satisfaction guaranteed; permanently 1 oca Led, hours, 9 a. ia. to ? p. m. PA. ATE. NW. y&m PaL*nistrv 19 a recngntted science, and RIZPAH ELDON. la known as one of its great?t exponents. Hmv dreds visit this remarkable woman daily; cem plete readings with accurate dracriiKions of what your hand foretells ooly Jl. Reception parlor ae. corner of 6th and Q nw. Entrance *?ii it Hours. 10 a. m. to S p. m. tiMftt _PROF. BELMONT^ Noted clairvoyant and palmist. Gires adrice on business matter*, love, health, aod family af fair*. Tells name at your future husband or wife, tells if one yon lore is true or false. Whst part of the country ia luckieet to you. What to do to be succsssful in life. 1216 New York are. nw. Next door to Masonic Temple Read lr*>. O- tmnt PHRENOLOGIST. MADAME VASTE, Phrenologiaf and BuAinc? Adriter If you wuukl bs successful and happy, "Kr^ow yourself!" Through tha icience of Phrenology you cai. become acquainted with your brtte. nature. you cm know what you arc W fitted Cor Standing far and ihoio the to* Jorily of Phrenologists is Madame Vssfe. who. from Urth. ha a been ix^aneaaMi of very unuaual paychir P??wer. and la tha poss^wvor of many a mystic recret of Lhe ancienta ?Bar Umrfy advice baa prevented many fainiresl Satlafa^iou. or no charga. Hours: ) l m. to S 82?) 14t.h at- nw MME. SHERA. ' Phrenologist and Puaineaa Adviser, gives truth ful advice on ail affaira <4 life. She ?u born with strange and remarkable po??^-pi?wer not meant to gratify tha idle cn nona, (Nit (o direct, ad viae and help men ??<d woman who are in trouble and doubt couoeniing which muv to Uke in life to better IhmwJvr* B?;tore undertaking anything of any importance. ronauJt one who can properly adriaa you. f?<*?d "dr1ce. In time, o/tau Mvea much anally a..d trouble. ConruJt her today. Tomorrow may L* too late. Advice on Health, Lore, "Marriage, Buslno and Mining Ve*tnr?>*. No one in trouble turn*] away. hees every one. 1113 14th St. N. W. Offloe hour*. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. SPIRITUALIST. Washington's Favorite Adviser" PROF. MARCUS LA MAR Wo?t r?n*rk?bl? re?.1.r of hum?n T o! the prraent age tells your name In full. a'*o full names of buaband. wife or *wsetheart; rtftaii your iunermo*. secret*. I*:pa you to gain your every deal re. brings about marriage with the glTes never failing halp and axTVice on bualntas, l*w suits or any affair of Ufa. Call today; he will fcurpnse yon I220G St. N W. SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. LIGHT ON ALL PK0BL?M3w Hesdlngs by appointment. ?2. Type written torecaats. *> up. Praj k Th<v>dore Allan. Director* Aatrolorc*! Kwtrch Ho dmty, 106 E nw. PLoue Frankliu 6S2i A8TU.OLOGT IS XOT FOKTUN& TELLING I AUTOMOBILES. ?A LTO REPAIKIXG TRY WILLCHER , -the motor car diagnostician. twisty-day g-.iar ??tes on all auto repair work. 1341 W st nw. jhoDs North ObQ. au29(* TI m^wVE[x:a>iz*^> awu *kpairu>. ! all h t UAL.l. CO., 612 15U* ST. NWt *zcivH Auto Repairing, $1.00 per Hour. ?? ail ui, * cm. o,ur.tor .,1 a specialty. Our service lj besL I E. H. BAUER CO. [ rh0M *** a O It nw. J?29.30Ju2.4 j A-CTOS FOR SALE. j Come to the Largest Used Auto I Dealers in the World. THE ROMAN AUTO CO. aW X. Brr^d r-. Philadelphia. Pa.' 1.0?) cars to select from-]?*. 19r. iji? models, in all niakrs, C3D up. Catalogue fr? on ro qua<t aei.3.S.8.IQ. 2.15,188.8.131.52.2&.23 Case Toiricg car racantlv o verba u!e<2 Chalmers Model K Touring 20,-, Chalmers 1918 Iloadster, ataLne tire j 2J) Ob aimers 1917 seren-paawKigf^ 7-^ Chalmers 1915 flr^ paaaer^r^-. I ltO OiAimers Cabriole^ good ur?? and d?>w pcint 1.100 Qjerrolet Touring car ^ Oole Tcairing car * \" 2^0 Ponl Tauring car 3^ TVo aeTcn-paaae?ir*T Nationals In a^iet&id nuuiing condition. P\rvpa.WT.?T- National phaeton. Orerland Deli*sr>' Car. Paica Tounng car. magneto and battery MO Three and on^half-ton truck, slightly u*>d 2.5CO Light Vim Trucks, recently orerhauled. new _ - rw u> t&c rite Taxicaba. good conditio*!, each. 1 200 Buick RoadaLer rw, Buick Cabriolet. 9^ Ford Htwidater **'*" ^ 19U floadater, 4 n?w tiren ] 2M COMBS MOTOR COMPANY. 12:4 V ST. NW. Card Car Departnient. personals. do roc ISJ\"E good KEAiTni. rou<us- i hAT. It. CfcJI ?? 17a Tth ?t n?. OLD INDIAN' 11EKB [iUJF.PT snof nUU Wt j DR. REED SPECIALIST fi04 SEVEMUATH STREET OVER 30 VEAR5 axd St?ri?l of M?r U'mn Means Health to You if You Suffer From Catarrh. Ob^ity. Ith^imaflam. Oor.M^ Thn*/. I^mga. BraJrv. Tfeart. K.ood and Skin D N'er^o.ia HoWIjU. Kidney rv.sea.wta, H!add?r TroubX Rx^iflc Ulond pn( amdng. EJniptinnA. I'lcen* ?nd AM Private I>? raaes Cured Tnr IJIe 1^ SAf# \fetbMa Charges Low. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION FREE Private Waiting Room for Ladies OffiM Houi*. 10 to 12. s to 6. f?iindajf\ 10 to 11 SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES I!f WASHIXGTOJT UA VD In the fa.ce of greatly increased expenses in DDtrrc every direction this i Klltj school has not ad "? vanced its tuition rates and does not intend to do ao. The -demand for our high-grade instruction made it necessary for us to turn away a number of ap plicants last year, and we could have easily increased our prices, but we did not wish* to take ad vantage of a 'situation." There will be no increase 1n r?st, but if you delay you may h? too late to enroll at all. If you cannot begin immediately? make arrangement# today and have a place reserved. Ten expert instructors 1n charge of our various departments. The most rapidly growing school in Washington. Washington Business College P?teet & Whitmore, Proprietor* 1821 O Street N. W. Telephone Main 9871. '-ICS Mrn and Women last year" ACCOUNTANCY? oi<joKt School In City. Dferee-Ornntlnpf I'onert. PREPARATORY? Arrrfdhfd lluala. Day and Ere nliiK Cirade?High School. DRAFTING? Architectural, Mrchanlcal?$5.00 per month. COMMERCIAL? ? ?'reire shorthand, fS.RO per month. Uookkeoplng, Typewriting. Other Courses Bulletin Freg 1736 G St. N. W. Main 8250 Y.M.C.A. WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW CO-EDUCATIONAL. Twenty-fourth year op?M? ?e[tember 23 at T p.na Tuition $75 Per Annum. 6?.crs at Either 4i<0 or 6?0 p_na GfTic? Houra, 10 to 1337 New York Are. I'licm? Afaln <5?. auXK.Z7.29 first <;r7ai?e: civil sbkvicb EXaiuna Uan for Ccri*.a Office, Octotiw IS; tuition for the entire auirv, C5. THB CIVIL 6ERVJCE PRKPARAThry SCHOOL, m corner 13lh and F fctA. mr. Phone Franklin 2OW ACCOUNTANCY^ Tb<i highest r?>d TTofeminn ta-.itfit thoroughly in a few inoru'44 of home study by new ijttem, undor the r^danre of 15 O P. A.'a IN rKKVATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS SOCIETY. l>auk!iu ?tfD. CJ CoIttvIo Bid*. au2 30t EASTERN roa&iB; THIRTY-FOCR MILES frrwu Waauitifitou. L>. C ; dec*<*. p*rp md }ur.;c,r *> hocl <-??uar?: age 10 upward; 5>ep tT.-.hrr 30. Dlt. 1!(X)P, Pxea . v v irr ?. Va., R?'-x 4. JtilOaun.wed.fri 30t Gonzaga College High School T'nder Direction of Jesuit Fathers. North Capitol and Eye Sta. IV. W. Military Drill under I'nlted States Army Officer. 98tli Year commences Monday, Sept. 15. 1919. Send for Catalogue. AUCTION SALES. Thoa. J. Owrn JL Son, Anc TRrSTETJ SALT OF VALTABLE FIXTURES. ?how r&ars and other like praona: property rortalned in ri^ar ard confectionery store at 2H06 IRth ft. rw. By ?ir*ue of au'horit.v reated in me under Chattel *>eM of Tru?t recorded in Liber at Folio 3HP of the I.And Record* of the District of Columbia and for default and ct the requeat of rhe holder of note ar-.iml thereby, on SEi'TE^lBKR fi. 1919. AT 4 O CLOCK P VI . in front c: ?> 1 atore I will off?*r lor s*?e and tell to the hi^lit-n brddcr each and erery ariioa coxered by said l>?ed ct Trust and contained In ?aid mora TERMS OF KALE aiil be an nounced at that time. PAUL L. WRIGHT. Trustee. ar.??.30V184.108.40.206 8 Liberty Bonds Bought for CASH We Paid for $50 Bonds Thursday Victory 3;4 Per Cent, $50.00 1st 3\A Per Cent $49.90 1st 4 Per Cent $47.11 2d 4 Per Cent $46.60 1st 4'4 Per Cent $47.12 2d 4'4 Pe> Cent $46.66 3d 4>4 Per Cent $48.00 4lh 4J4 Per Cent $47.00 Victory 4% Per Cent, $50.00 In addition to these prices we pay full value for I.iberty Pr-nd coupons due. Interest paid to date r,f sale. We buy $100. S00O and $1,000 I-lberty Bonds of all Issues. We Also Buy Part Paid Liberty Bond Cards and War Savings Stamps Without going through any red tape. We Use No Checks We Pay Cash Only Liberty Investment Co. Phone Main 7589 920 F Street N. W. Open daily 8:30 a-m. to G:30 p.m. CLANCY'S KIDS f (Copyright. Kit. by t?e McClure New,p.per syndic.*. George Washington University Chartered by Conjfrest 1821 Co-educational College Year Begins Sept. 24 Arta and Sciences. Bngrlneerljn:, Education, Medlcinc^ Dentistry. Law. Fjill day couraea and late after noon coursea. Over one hundred classes In all college and engi neering: subjects meet at 6:10 and 6:00 P. M. Catalogues and other infor mation at 202.f G street Tele phone West 1649. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL CO-EDCCATIOXAL Derlna r.f?<h Vrar J?ep?. 24, 191# tlrraber A??'n A?rrlrnn I.aw *efcools Strict standards. Instruction by most approved methods. Maximum credit by other law achoola. Forenoon clasaea, 9 to 11. will be resumed. Afternoon classes 5:10 to 6:50 an0 optional early morning clasaea for employed stwdenta Secretary, Masonic Temple, M. 4540 Georgetown University The Law School Session of 1919-1920 begins October 1, 1919. at 6:30 p. m. Uw School offices open dafly from 9 a. m. to 4:80 p. m. for registration and consultation. HIGH J FEGAN. M. A_. LL? B. Ph. D.. Assistant Dean. Georgetown I.aw School Building, 600 E St. N. W. Telephone M. T29S 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, Kenois lildff. Franklin 3477. \\ anhinKton. D. C. ' Au 20-30t SPECIAL NOTICE. I WORKI N<*MEN?UNDKK THE PROTF/T1AN I o? p?am marked pnre for all. tba certainty ol j buyiu* better Tal-ie is sdre and baaUfrs know j our way a*id buy In child-like confidence; we ? rri<* ncm i+bib In p'.ain l<?w firure. *al'ie ti i luf and certain at C to VI Call here fu*L JUSTIUS OLD ETAND. 413 D. a*6-It BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Bugs! Bugsl Bugs! 20th Century Insecticide ?wi!l rid tout home of roar he*, anta, irt'^rWy | and l?edb:^a XVi'.l exterminate roaches In your j hf?oA Sold by drn^nata or A. 31. C CO., 9L | N. Y. arn. Maui 2JUI aul-901 | . CAB1VFT MAKER. "CABINET MAKER I I can repair and re-flnish any piece of fnroi j tu"? yo?i hare. Ita condjtfbn doe.* not matter. , Oolor chax^Sn* a apecIaJty. My pnne i* raas-Tu lab!% ar.d a'.l work L> ffuarxrte^d. Drop *r?*JL and will caL. or phone Fr. 4SP1 ABE MARCUS ?013 New York ate. uw. j iSKCT. M1RIIORS REPAIRED. mirrors iu^FaiEed ?" Mirror* re*Ur?n?d oQuai to new. New wi!mv^ to order. Drop card, will call. THB MIRROR SHOP M. R. BROT^K Y. Prop. liZ F at. nw WRECKING AND BUILDING JVE WRECK ALL RINDS OF BUILDINGS. A. R THOMPSON, 1337 E at k j ultain, wed. fri-tf MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE. BMTTHS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. ^lTK NORTH 2:i2. N. 3342.*r^tP? ! N. 3344. j LONG-PTSTAN^y; MOVTNO. SAFETJf FIRSTS ' ABSOLCT'ELY K1KLPROOK BTORlo t Rooms. 12 and up. Slowing and Pacta na. CNiTEP bTATES fflOKAGK CO.. (.?? mj \t. pw. Phora Main 4J3 ?-d FVankfin 2m u. MOVING TVe furnish larse r?3ced raas and car*i* mm to handle rour coMa PACKERS r* fumitnra, pianos, rfiim hoc-* brar. ctc. Experiez?eed men only. SHIPPING to all y*rt? of the warWL &T0RA(JE IOC lUTliUUf. l^'"^ an ti - ~T? hoid gooda 13 H ft N. W. M.h n KRIEG'S EXPRESS PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS D C UashinTon. D. O. September S. 1913." healw prrpo.^ala will he receded at this office. Roon 509, District RuEding. until 2 odock p m. Sej?tember IP. 19!?. for furmahinf and deliTenn, tw-iity (201 nj *ig. drop liottom, for u?c In As] Collection Dirision. %*riacationa and lorma c proposal may be had upon application to th Purchasing Offirer. D C.. Rrv?n 32Q, Di*tric B.tlidinc LOUIS BKOWNLOW W GWYN> GARDINER. CHARLES W. KUTZ. aionetm. D C. .riOt Liberty Bond Prices We Paid for $.V> Donda HT-DXESDAYt Victory 43i per cent. J50 00 l*t per cent 51JC90 4 ^ Per cent. F47.J1 -d 4 per ccnt ?4tU)0 tat 4 V4 per cent ?47.12 2d 4V? per cent Z<i* 06 :td 4Va Per rent S4H.OQ 4th 4% per cent M7.00 Victory 3% prr cent $50.00 In addition to theee prices we pay full value for Liberty Ron i ? ?upon* due. Interest paid up to ?iate of sale. We buy $100. $500 and $1,000 Liberty Bonds of all issues. VVc Alao Bay Part Pnid ( Hrdu and WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Without Any Red Tape. No checks uned here; all trana actlona apot cash. Liberty Bond Exchange kT ') :'j. tt.m. to .s p.m. 915 Penoa. A?e. N. W. FOR SALE?MISCEL KIJ B1U AND PMAU, rbctp JOBH HeiffctA. Md. 5"l" CAN'T hids rws claarifted colanm for tb?? tact pUr? tbare TWm ad* tn AT AD ; WILL UI.L 1W ICT UHl moW)e. city or auburbac. and pay : TTicaa for gactlamae a c*rd??d cloth** of all (Wnp POM or phnvtai I wfll ealL E. KICX, ISM T% ?t nw North IT*. ftf-tf REFRIGERATORS k ICEBOXES Refrigerator*, Ice Boxes THAT ARE SUPERIOR t XELSON BEFRIGERATOR CO. 611 F St. N. W. Fran Id in 2751 MONEY TO LOAR. MONBT TO LOAN r^mJ estat* S??ra. ? ? artiona cooduetad with aoooonucal for bomweia MH H kafnddu a ao? Southern Bulklln*, ST 19th at mr MOVES' TO LOAN OK ClTT KRAL mt nxe* at UaTCH THE (^AASinCLO OOU'mS'I 1 j miencaa at tba growth at tbia Htr ltd ! maj aeezQ like an odd susrasUco?but It 1*1 FUNERAL DLSIGWy ' Appropriate Funeral Token* v ArOaUc?egpi iad*a Inerpanajm Gude Bro*. Co. 1214 F Street Prompt auto drlirwj ? liia GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE NEWS '^j Luc'ui H. Bramenj died rod deal? of Brlght'a diaeese at hla horn*, <31 I atreat. Wednesday. The funera will be held from the residence to day at 2:30 p. m. George G. Selbold and Mra. Sel bold are spending their vacation Iz Atlantic City. Assistant Foreman Spado Far* . sons Is visiting relatives at his eK I home In Birmingham. Ala. Foreman BUly Taylor, Billy Oux t trum. and Pill Reidl hare returned to the bindery after vacatlona. President Hart, of Albany Typo graph icaJ Union. will appoint < i committee next Sunday to secure 1 the 1920 convention -of the Intax* j national union for Albany. Th? O. P. O. Duck pin Ijeag-tM I meets this afternoon at 4:10 o'clock In the main sixth-floor corridor. Mi?a Neal Kiggs has returned ta i the ruling room after a visit af her home in Richmond. Fred A. Appenfelder. Paul B. AS len. Carl Goldbogen, WaJter J. Griggs, Charlea A Laicaa. Elmo V, ! Mullen, and John A. O'Brien have i accepted appointments as composi tors. \ Charles Garrels has returned to th? ' proofroom after a visit with friend* , In New York City. Emmet Henderson. John H. Ran j da 11, Edna E. Clark and Anrie Coron . are absent from the pamphlet bindery on leave. - ? Charts Orsoe 1s absent from the I night linotype section on account of the death of a relative. Ellis G. Myers has completed forty years as a compositor in the G. P. Q. | and attributes his long service to ths | nonuse of intoxicants. ' Charlie Johnson, of the rnachln* shop, la In New Tork gatheTfug sta tistics for his union. Big BUI l>ewis la hammerlr* on tha "Y" while William A Davis Is on leave. David Young, John Proctor and James Briscoe, of the engineer sec tion. are on leave Walter A. Klnsolvlng. after an ab sence of several months because of illness, ha* returned to Waahlngtoo and expects to be reinstated In the near future. Assistant Foreman wimatn F. i O'Brien has returned to the proof room from Millers Forks. \X where , he was camping and fishing with a party of friends. Foreman Richard C. L^ohmeyer haa i returned to his desk In the library j bindery after several weeka on the i bay and visiting in Virginia. M;ss Man L. Stlnson has returned J to her linotype machine after a tw? | months' visit with relatives at her old home in Wlscasset. Me. Misses Virgle Johnson. Georgeanna |' Savoy, Ida H. Bailey and Ldllle M. Sunderland, feeders In the main I pressroom, are\on leave. James SprtJcebanks and Mrs. Spruce"banks and Mr and Mrs. H. E. ? Sprucebanks are on a motor trip to j Atlantic City. RESORTS. ATI.a"JfTIC CrrrT TM ORE. jcru*Trnn SUMMEi Old Point Norfolk Virginia Beach Ocean View Dally *erv1*e. Modern Steel Steamers. ?Equipped with every device for the safety and comfort of pas sengers. New York & Boston By Sea. City Ticket Office. 7M 15th ?t. N. W? Woodward llulldlns. NORFOLK & WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. ?$4? NEW YORK AND RETURN Including War Tax SUNDAY September 7 BALTIMORE & OHIO Lv. Waaklnrton .12x90 A. M. Arrive Riew lark in enrly siornins. RRTl RM\Gi Leave Hew York from C. R R. of J. Trranlnala. 2M Stree-t < uptown I. P.M.; Liberty St. (downtown), 6<OU P.M. ?n? <?7. IMPORTAKT KOTICE. Ovtr.f to iiniTcd uoiubfr of i*a?an r-r aoarhea availabte tba eale of Ucb eta ?iU be natneted to 2.3K). rapso lty of oguipmeot Purcbaae uckeia Im advaoee at Consolidatad TVJwt OOoa aiid at Uiaoo Station.