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CLASSIFIED RATES
Wund Help -
Wanted Situations..* !
-* uM R*na ud Board ^ ty'QRD
Vor B?l Imqi... ?1
Lost acd Ko4 i-^.ry. 25c
i .v*. Iiiicn m leu#, cue time, 3c. aazna
icunoititt times. 50r.
, Special or Loca-1 Mention 15c i*r
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ALL OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS
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Contract R*tm On Request.
Minimum Fit? Lines.
rCBEIGN RSPRDBENTATIVES
THE ft. C. BECK WITH 'SPECIAL AGENCY.
New York Office Tribune Bldg
? .acsgr> Offie* Tribnn# Bid*
iVun- Offke ?=> For* Mlof.
?t Louis Offics Third Nation*! Bank Bldg.
LOST.
LOST?TAN* LEATHER HAG OS GEORGE
Ttrwn arrert car Thursday mormat I:#wanl
XDITH ROGERS. He.-r.too. Va.
L"?T-MALTESB CRt>SS ON GOtJ) CHAIN;
ioiiteM "G A. D." tu "C. W C " Lib
eral rawanl- T? tlth at. ???
WANTED?AGENTS.
agents making sa? weekly-, every
one want* it ; formulas for 2T0 home made be?
cages book form, *end J1 for copy and territory
!*npaaftUac. BUYERS EXPORT AGENCY.
INC.. M? Br?x*ne ?t.. New York. 1^301-8
cZanPfM PAY "ADVERTISE. MEN.
women Start one of cur Specialty Candy Fac
tories in your home, small room, anywhere; "S
tell bow and furniah everything; grand oppor
tunity. CANDY HOUSE. 1&I9 Kaastsad ?C.
PhiladelpMa. Pa.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
YOUNG MEN
wer 16
to iearn
METER TESTING
Alan Men
to leini
METER READING
? ?Pfor?umty for
advancement
STEADY WORK
Vpply If' a. m. to
W. IL .FELLOE
.?* iprrintendent Met^r Dfpt.
POTOMAC ELETRIO POWER CO.
Hth and C As. n*
iea-a
WANlED-toUNG MAN AS U?HER. TO
work marine and night ;-erfor:nanc?. Apply
ar Oayety Theater ortiee.
>1EN~ WANTED V^MiTc. OSEV?EARN S23
to $fiu weckiy. Rise above unall salaried poai
:io*?a Our thorough, individual. instruction in re
pairing and driving of automobiles will fit yoit
tor ? go**1 po-itiou. The demand for chauffeur*
and mechanics cannot t-? supplied- Unlimited
Course at small coat. Day and evening cLuaes.
Tool* and e<3ii(?n?nt free Call, pb.wie or write
for particular*. NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE
COLLEGE. 9th and O sta. n*. North iy.9.
jul0-eod-90t
AUTOMOBILE MErHA NIC: THOROUGHLY
eapenenced: familiar ?ith all make-.* of cars,
top ?ig?t to right iB&n. AUTo MART. 406
Pa. a?e. n*.
SHOEMAKER] EX PEW ENCED; STEADY
yob: good ?a;^ --1 9th st. nw sc2022.23
f WANTE^YOUNCyMAN TO "
learn printing business. Ap
i Ply to FOREMAN COMPOS
ING ROOM. Tfee Herald, after
6 p m.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
?OCNG~IJkr>V AS rSHXBr TO WORK
? miUiw *i'd night I vrt-jniucices. Api?ly at
fUyctv Theater oftnc ^ 1
Wanted at oni e. ?;irl to i??? gen
eral housework, bring reftrmce. l<Xil Hi
ye ne.
Help Wanted?Male and Female.
WANTED?.soo parents to
know that thev arr ir.akir.c a
serious mistake let that boy
or girl go to work before tak
I inR 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
1202 F St. N. W. Phone Main 3671
SITUATIONS WANTED.
iw^kiM XK1NG-ST RtET AMERNOOS
and e^'-yrg gowns ?*dBSifriy. I'houe Co
lumbia 6CT. c
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
Car? is4?IT-ajmstaia?Cash
Special Discounts for Cash.
SAVE MONEY-BUY AT
H??W?OD'S
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
(Io iiAH DOME. W 1LA. SACItllX'E kX>R 51?
Mr. R. H. WARREN. 3M9 11th at. nw. Phone
O^iantis 5# Be21-2,l
""CAN'T HIDE YOUR AD IN THE
tpified columns-for there isn't a hiding
ie there Three ads are READ mh??-tf
W&L. CALL IN %MY r SL*fZTTERED AUTO
Tobile. dty or suburban. ?n y you nighest
Jes for ladies', gentleman 'a. children's djv
caiglid clothing, of all descriptions. Addre^
; r#a or Phooe. I ?U1 call. E. RICE. 1332 Ttb
st. nw. North 1735. fe2T-tf
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FTBNIiHlXC 9 OP S-BOOS1 HOL'SB fOtt
mim eJmp; iook can be hat
bot; tood In utaBOX B3. Herald offto.
FOR ALE?SUBURBAN.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD AT
Chewy Ctias^ on {200 cash and CD a month.
ALLAN w70UB8ON( Colorado Build
1 ?I4-30t
moMey to loan.
DAN-J250 TO fMO.OQO ON D. C.
Se feral trust funds. All trans
with economical consideration
IrenL
TO. H. BLUNDERS St CO..
toutheru Building. 807 iSth *t. uw.
TO LOAN ON CITY BEAL ESTATE
current rate* of interest TYLER A
ftUTHERFOBD. INC. PIT 16th ? nw a;44-90t
k ATI* THB (tASSIPlLLD COLUMNS tt)R
j eridences of the growth of this city. TTii*
*?aj Mem bke an ood suggestion- but it isn't.
mhJt-tf
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
! ?will rid your home of roaches. ants, waterbugs,
and bedbugs. Will exterminate roaches in your
! home. Sold by druggists or A. M. C. CO.. Ml
j N. Y. are. Main 2B2. aul-90t
CABINET MAKCR.
CABINET MAKER
I can repair and re-finish any piece of furni
: turs you , haTe. Its condition does not matter.
! Color changing a apeciaity. My price is reaaon
? able and all work is guaranteed. Drop postal
: and will call, or phone Fr 4ofl8. ABE MARCUa
10L5 New Yotl a*e. nw. sfelft-sun-mcm-Uw-tf
MIRRORS REPAIRED.
MIKRoRS REPAIRED
, Mirrors resUrered equal to new. New mirror*
1 to order. Drop card, will rail.
THE MIRBOR SHOP.
M B BROTSKY. Prop 1425 V ?t. nw.
! AIJj KINDS OK SAWS SHARPENKD~TnT?
set; all kinds of tools ground; a^l kinds of
1 keys made, general repairing; thirty years in
busirisss LOCKSMITH. 621! 7th st. aw. se206t
SEWING SLA CHIVES OFTliT MAKFii RE
naired by expert workman. 16 yeaa experience.
1C3 Seaton place nw. se21-3t
PEFRIGERATORS & ICE BOXES.
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes
. THAT ARE SUPERIOR
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
SMITH'S TRANSFER r^TwS
AND STORAGE CO. 4^ >D"r
NORTH 3342. N. 3343>/ra
N. 3344.
J y
LONG-DISTANCE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST."
A8S<l)LCra.y KlRKl-ROOK iTUIliO!
Kooma. ?1 and op. Moving and racking
. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. 41*-? l*a
it. nw. Fbeu* Main and ftink 11 n 2?BL U.
MOVING
tVe furuiab large padded Tans and canfa -p
. to handle your goods.
| PACKERS of furniture, pianos. brio-*
j brae. etc. Experiwwrd men only.
SHIPPING to all parts of the world.
STORAGE ?or tumitur*. pianos, - ns
hcid goods.
123 a St. Pf. W. Walt m
KR I EG^S EXPRESS
PROPOSALS.
! OFFICE PVBLIT BUILDINGS AND
' Grounds. afihingtoo, D. C. Sealed proposal*
1 for constructing drainage sewer and excaration
; of about 1J0.QC0 cn yards material for reflecting
' pncl in West Potomac I'ark. Washington. 1?. O..
will be received here -inUi October 15. !919, and
, then opened. Information oc applicant.
ael7 M
PERSONALS.
DO YOU LOVE GOOff HEALTH? YOU CAN
hate it. CaiL at 1723 7th st. nw.
OLD INDIAN Li EBB RtivJEDY SHOP.
^"mhl-90t
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
OV ER 30 YEARS
Nerrous and Special Diseases of Men and Women,
Means Health to You if You Suffer
From Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism. Constipa
tion. Piles. Throat. Lungs. Brain. Heart. Blood
and Skin DLfa^ea. Nerrous Debility. Kidney
Diseases. Bladder Trouble. Specific Blood Poi
soning. Eruption1*, Ulcers and A'l Private Dis
eases Cured for Life by Safe Methods
Charges Low., Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Cffice Hours. 10 to 12. 3 to 6. Sundays. 10 to li
Liberty Bond
Prices
\\ e Paid for $50 Bonds Saturday
Victory 4% per cent, $50.38
1st riVi per cent $.V).07
l*t 4 per cent X47.K5)
2d 4 per cent $47.28
1st 4*4 per cenf $47.77
:d 4% per cent *47.37
ltd 4 per cent.... $-17.4-1
4th 4% per cent. $47.47
Victory 3^4 per cent $50-58
In addition to these prices we
pay full value for Liberty Bond
coupons due.
We buy $100. $500 and $1,000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We also buy Part-paid Cards and
War SavingsStamps
Without Any Red Tape.
Liberty Bond Exchange
Hrily, 8:30 n.m. to 8 p.m.
915 Penna. Ave. N. W.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
Llmia br U>? Ptotrtct ? . inmf.
MRS. BOSWELL.
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT
I Gives advice on business matter*, lore, health
I and family affairs, tdls if the ooe you love la
i true or falae. what part of the country it luck
j lost to you, what to do to be successful ln life.
{ Gives you dates and facta, tells you what has
| i*ssed in Hie. and what it happening, without
asking a tsngle question She does nc^ tell to
I please, but reads just as the hands indicate;
! tails you the planets you were born under, the
i hicky and unlucky planets; when and whom you
will marry: ?ettles and explains lore, family
trouble, marriage. divorce. health, lawsuits, spec
ulations. investments. tranaactions of aK kinds.
In fact, no matter what your hope, fear .*? am
bition. come to this noted palmist and find help.
There is no use fcr anyone to be unsuccessful or
j unhappy. No master what the cause her advice
remo.es all trouble She guarantees sstisfaction.
Reading* $1.00. 710 7th st. nw,, between G sad
I H sta * ?e?7t
MADAM D'ASHMAN
t?ypsy Clairvoyant
And eard reaoer, aance given _
man-iags and ciforced tbia nuau tiaa nil
lor many peopie ln m*nf countries. Har
predictions art /mliabls. 1J81 G st., cww
<**- t'ui-Ml
P
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
q_ How often in life we came to
standstill. py;4fxed ?nd in
hntlT Joubt ??<*rni!5g which step
to take for the U?t. it ia just
at thia step on the ladder of life
that the mistake* are made, to
don't decide your future on
mere guess work. Be advised by one who
can properly advise you. Advice on
health, lore, marriage, business, inven
rtone. speculations and all affairs of Ufa.
Satis:action guaranteed or no ihargw.
Hours. 9 a. m. to 8 p m. Studio 810
9th at. nw.
MADAM RUTH
Palmist 1'hi en "legist Clslrvoyant
se5-77t
MADAME PARKER.
I GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM.
I If you are going to seek advice W help, why
not consult one who is well known, one who is
| here r??nnanently ? She can tell rou if the one
I you love is true or false and tell rou how to
! win and hold the occ of your choice; tells you
i what business and what part of the world is
i most lucky for you and ad rises you how to gain
. and hold a good position; the brine? the sep
j arated together, makes happiness between man
and wife. Can tell you if anybody has put bed
; luck or enl influence on you and she can tell
' you how to take it off. Can tell you the cause
j if your troubles and how to avoid them. Can
! sdvise you in divorce cases; when to speculate
! and where to locate. This lady does net tell
' to pleeae you. but gives only truthful advice you
can depend on. Do not become discoursed if
you have seen others and thry hs*e farted to
help you. MADAM PARKER will show you s
way. Satisfaction or no charge.
READINGS. fl.On
1211 E st. nw.. between 12th and lS*h ?ts. Cpstsira
CLAIRVOYANT CARD READING. HOCRS.
U a. m. to 8 p. m. MRS. SHOEMAKER,
8.3 M st. nw. North U13 aaI6-su.mo.tu-t/
MME. JEANETr
PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT
Guarantees to read your entire life, past, pre*
ent and future. She asks no quest ions, but be
fore you utter s word alie tells what you called
j for. names of friends, enemies; 'alis how to
| gain mcc?w in busu.ees, health, courtship, mar
| riage, divorce tells you whst part of the world
will be successful for you. advises how to gain
? nd hold a good position; sho tells if the ous
you love is true or false Are you ln troubie?
Do you find tne one you Lave bestowed youi
trust sod affection upon siting cool and in*
diTeren: toward you? She will remove ail ok
itsclee and tell you bow to win and held tbs
ooe you desire. She reunites the separated, k>
rates ahsect triends or relstivea Readings, .JJ.Ofli
i? SEVE.VTir STUKtT N'OIlTHWE.ST
Prhacs Parian. Opp. Saks A Co.
WJ-tf
MADAME ALLEN ~
WORLD'S GREATEST PALMIST AND
CLAIRVOYANT
Guarantees to read your entire life. psst. pres
ent anri future; gives true advice on business,
love, and heath, and family affairs; tells the
name ot your future husband or wife, and what
to do to be a success in bfe; tells you what
business is moet lucky for you and what part of
the world will he more successful for you: ad
vises how to gain and hold a good i*isition; she
tells If the one you love is true or false, and
causes speedy marriage with the one of T'Wtt
choice; bnn.fp the separated ti?ether: makes
harpiness between man and wife; she tells you
the <4ecreta of being happy and sncceasful in any
thing wen take m hand: her advice will remove
all obstacles an.I evil inflnenre. One visit to
Madam Allea will repey you for disappointments
in all others, satisfaction guaranteed or no
charge. ?
Special Readings, $1.00
8H F st. nw w9'.5t
MADAME VICTORIA,
The gifted paleist and clairvoyant. Can ad
vise business, family affairs, love and marriages.
Csn tell you the came of future husbsrd oe
wife. Can tell yoo the *eci<e?^ f being surcees
ful; bow to svoJd trouble and h.?w to avcid eril
ir-fluence. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge.
Entrance 529 7th st au6 7Ht
PALMISTRY.
Licensed by tbe District of Columbia.
MADAM EPPY.
EGYPTIAN PALMIST.
Hearts your life from cradle to gra?s; her pow
I ers ?re wonderful; iodisfti table advice; dear in
1 formation concerning lov-, courtship, mirriage
and divorce; both rich md poor find counsel
equally beneficial sod intfreeting; you are wise*
aud happier after consulting her; satisfaction
guaranteed; permanently lots ted; hvurs, > a. m.
U> 9 pi m.
7%* PA. AVE. NW
MADAM LENORE "
Gifted clairvoyant, and medium, can be con
sulted on all affairs of life, tfbere others fail,
i she succeed-. Her advice is good, try her. No
guess work or questions asked: wist the se^s and
| tells come* true. Satisfaction gisranteed. Of
1 flee Til 11th st. nw., two doors torth of Palais
Royal store. Hours. 11 i m to 9 I pi- lul-^Ot
" MADAM K.ASK0 ~
'-EGYPTIAN SCIENTIFIC PALMIST; TELLS
I PAST. PRESENT AND FTTTlE SATIS
| FACTION <; L" A RA NTEED: HOUA- \ M.
i TO 8 P. M. FORMERLY <22 5th ST NW.
' NOW LOCATED AT 615 7th ST. NW. ,so2l-tf
PROFT BELMONT.
Noted clairvoyant and palmist. Giv? idvice
on business matters, love, heslth. and f*m'y af
fairs. Tells name of your future htiAan.1 or
wife, tells on; yoc love Is true or fals^-. What
part of the country is luckiest to you. \^hat to
do to be successful in life. 1216 New Yofc are.
nw. Next door to Masonic Temp's. U.ad
lngs. IL
Palmistry Is a recognized science, axul
RIZPAH ELDON.
is known as one ofTls greatest expont-nts. TTb>
dreds visit this remaikaH- woman jdaily ; c?n
plete readings with sccurate dsscrip^Ktes of wbit
your hand foretells only fl. Lecet^tion parVir na
rorner of 6th and G nw. Enirance 6?h st.
| Hours. 10 a m. to 8 p. m. }eS-Mt
FOR RESULTS TRY HeWd
CLASSIFIED ADS
PHRENOLOGIST.
MME. 6HERA.
rhrenolo?bt and Boai
nm Advtaer. ftrea tmth
fi*l adtice on all affairs
of life.
Sha naa born witbi
strange and remarkable v
power?power not meant
to gratify the idle eu
rioua. but to direct, ad
viaA and help men and -
women who are in trouble anu doubt concerning
which atep to take in life to better tbemaelvea.
Before undertaking anything of any important*,
conault one who can properly advise you. Oooa
adtice. In time, often saves nrnch anxiety and
trouLU. Cooauit bar today. Tomonow may be
iruuiaw. 1 "?? : ,
too late. Advice on Health
Til ill 11 fw and Mining V en t urea. No one in trou
ble turned away. See#
Office hours 9 a, m. to I p. m.
I >3 re, Ma
" one it
1113 14th ?L
MADAME VASTE.
Phrenologia* and Buainesa Advt
If you would be aueeeaafal "d
happy. "IsLrow yourself!" Through
the sciwce t>f Phrenology you c*n
become acquainted with your better
nature, yoo can know what you **?
beat fit tad lor. \
Standing far and a boo the ma-,
jority of Phrenologists la Madame I
Vaate,. who. from birth, haa been
l<oasesi?ad of very unuauai pa/chic
power, and ia the rem*** ot many
a mystic iecrat of the andeota. ,
Her timaJy advice haa prevented |
many fai.urea! .
Satiafartion, or no charge.
Honrs: 9 a. m. to 5 J. m.
823 14th at. nw.
SPIRITUALISTS.
Washington's Favorite Adviser i
PROF. MARCUS LA MAR
Mr>at remarkable reader of human deatiny of j
the preeent age tella your name in full, alao full
uamea of buaband. wtfa or sweetheart; i-i??
your innermost secrets. helpa you to gain
your every deaire. brlnga about marriage with U*
one you love. and givea never failing help and
sdvica on buaintaa, law suits or any affair of uia.
Call today; be will surprise rou.
1220 G St. N.W.
Automobiles
USED CARS?ACCESSORIES
?REPAIRING?TIRES.
?' Ford Touring car, splendid running condi
I tion. n?w top. seat
i Tole Touring car
! Chalmers Hot Spot, 1918
j Chalmers 1918 Roadster. Hot Spot.
I Ca.-w? Touriftg car
i National 12 cylinder Touring
I Overland delivery. cxcellont cc?dition .. ..
j Nation*! 1919 demonstrator. run 1.000 mile*.
! dual ignition
j Chalmers CabrioW
, Paige Touring car
: Kiiwl Sedan, completely overhauled and re
j painted
Terms to reeponaibl* parties.
<r>MFS MOTOR COMPANY,
t Hone Main 7101 and 7101 1214 V *.
fXi
jBO
1.100
1.230
5ft)
1.500
700
2.750
1.100
500
Auto Repairing. $1.00 per Hour.
> e repa.r a
. specialty.
makes of car*. Generator wort
Our service ia besL
E. H. BAUER CO.
i Phone Main 9188.
6Jft r, ?t. nw.
fcgJMuM
; Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
201 N. Broad art-.
Philadelphia. Pa.
j 1.000 cars to select from? 191R. 1917. ltlt models.
| in >11 makes, ??0 up. Catalogue free on re
i quo*. ael.3.5.?.10.:2.15.l7.19.E:^:* ?
AUTO REPAIRING
BY EX PERT MECHANICS
A Bosch magneto placed in your car increase*
efficiencv 1C0 per c*"*tt.
THE HERFURTH-BRETT
Automobile Corporation.
1523-25 7th st. nw. North 3668
STUUAIIE TI.VTTKRIKS REPAIRED A FEW
rebuilt for sal.- rcis^naNe: recharging. Phone
I Falls Church 138-W. AUTO BATTERY CO..
Kails Church. Va ae21 -<
EXPERT REPAIRING?
All makes of cars.
Reasonable Charges.
AUTO MART. I
! Main 466. 466 Pa. Ave. N.W.
frit-OK.
5
" AUTO REPAIRING
?by expert mechanics; $1 ]?er hour; carbon burn
ed 50 cents per cylinder: aV: wr*k guaranteed.
: CENTRAL AUTO REPAIR SHOP.
Hear 1016 9th at nw.
Franklin TWO.
?v2\90t
j A : AR~TO SUIT YOUR TERMS!
1 Chandler. Heven-pa>sen?er.
Chevrolet, five-r-a^senser.
Cadillac, seven-passenger. eijrht-cylinder.
WASHINGTON MOTOR EX.
2i>2l 14th st. nw. sel9-90t
TRY WILLCHER
?motor car d;a*no?ticlan; cin'ty-day rot*.
i- tr* on all aoto repair work. U41 W ?t. nw.
Phone North DM. / anM*
H IVK YOIR AUTOMOBILE LOOKED OVER
PV A QTAUFIKD AVIATION MECHANIC:
SIX EiriHT AND TWE1.VB CYLINDER
MY SPECIALTY; ALSO MOTORCYCLE RE
PAIRING. P. E. WISE, REAR ?1? EYB
ST. NW.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
GEORGE WASHINGTON
University law school
CO-EDUCATION AX
RffrlM 50th Year Sept. 24, 1?19
Member Am'h 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 classes 5:10 to 6:50 and
optional early morning: classes for
employed Btudenta.
Secretary, Masonic Temole, M. 4540
Gonzafa College Hiffa School
j Under Direction of Jesuit Fathers.
North Capitol aid Eye Sts. K. W.
Military Prill under United States
A nay Off.cer. Wth Year commences
Monday. Sept. 15, 1919.
Send for Catalogue.
Georgetown University
Jhe Lew School
Session of 1919-1920 begins
October 1. 1919. at,?:S9 p. m.
Law School offices open dally
from 9 a. m- to 4:30 p. m. for
registration and consultation.
HUGH J. FEGAN. M. A.. LL. B.
Ph. D.. Assistant Dean.
Georgetown Law School Building,
506 E St. N. W. Telephone M. 7298
LOCI A GALte-BARBER SCHOOL. A DAY
I school of all regular grades. Also day and
Ironing classes <d rhytlunlr training. MARY
GALE DA VIP. Pd. M. Prtn.. 1?1? Belmont
I rod. Phone North 6*15-30l
F1RPT GRADE CIVIL BERYIOB EXAMINA
tioo for Ontu Office. October 18; tuition for
the entire roune. fc THE CIVIL PER VICE
PREPARATORY SCHOOL. se. corner 12U? wd
I F ?ta nw. Phone Franklin 2080
ACCOUNTANCY?',- a
! Tfce highest paid profsssion taught thoroughly
tn a few morula of home study by new urvem,
under the guidance of 16 O. P. A 'a
I INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS SOCIETY.
Franklin igs 111 Colorado Bldg.
aoA-fOt
THE DRILLERT BrSINESS OOIA.EGE HAS
A SPECIAL BOURSE FROM 5 TO T FOR
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES. seA-lt^
National Cathedral School for Girls
Wisconsin ate and * Wood ley road . situated
within the Cathedral close; reopen* far day pu
pils October 2, 1919 trades 5. fi. T and 8. Ru
perria?d study and outdoor Cife; coach from Du
pont Circle. Telephone fVreland 806. ne21 M
'2163 Men and Women Last Year'
ACCOUNTANCY?
Oldest School In City.
Degrer-TiratitlDg Power#.
Prepares for C. P. A. or Business
PREPARATORY? -
Aeeredlted Rants. Dny and Eve
ning?<? rade?High School.
DRAFTING?
Archlteetni al?#S.OO per month.
Mechanical?$5.00 per month.
COMMERCIAL?
Cireair Shorthand. SlM per month.
Bookkeeping, Typewriting.
Other Courses Bulletin Free
1736 G St. N. w.y Bi A a
Main 8250 f .RI.VoA.
Liberty Bonds
Bought for
CASH
We Paid for $50
Bonds Saturday
Victory 3^4 per cent..$30.38
1st 3Zi per cent $50.07
1st 4 per cent $47.69
2d 4 per cent $47.28
1st 4'4 per cent $47.77
2d *]/4 per cent $47.37
3d 41/4 per cent $47.44
4th AV4 per cent $47.47
Victory 4f^ per cent. .$50.38
In addltjon to these prices
we pay full value for Liberty
Uond coupons due.
We buy $100. $500 and $1,000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We Also Buy Part Paid
Liberty Bond Cards and
War Savings
Stamps
Without going through any
red tape.
We Have No Other Branch
in This City.
Liberty Investment Co.
Phone Main 75S9
920 F Street N. W.
Open daily 8:SO a.m. to 6:30 c.m.
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
LIGHT ON LIFE'S PROBLEMS
Frank Theodore Allen, Director, Astrological
Research Society. Life readings, by appointment
Si. Typewritten forecasta, >S6 up. Vocational
| Gnitlance and Children'^ Horoscopes a specialty.
105 E nw. Thone Franklin <5822.
Astrology Reveals Root Causes.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Twaaty-fourth rir opens September 9 at T p m.
Tuition H5 Par Annum.
Beaton* at Kit-bar 4 S> or ? JO pm
Office Hour*. If to I JO.
1517 New Tark Ave. Phooe Main *SB
O'CONNOR SCHOOL OF
EXPRESSION
The leading institution of Dramatic and Rx
prea&i octal Training south of New York.
Our advanced Dramatic pcpila are &rm pay
tng porftioua in local atock companies
Claaa in Voice Training. Public Speaking, De
bating mast* two evenings each week.
Prirate or ciaaa instruction.
MILLS BUILDING
lTth st and Pa. a**. Cae G rWatora
The aam? telephone number we had in nor
smaller quarters in St jdio Hall, Franklin 2SfT.
GRBGG RAILVtS-PTTMAN. BHVN PTT
man. and Graham Pitman Shorthand.
Touch Typewriting. Bookkeeping, Secretarial
C<nmm.
Ciril Serrire Courses prepared by fannar Civil
Service Examiner
Bpeerl dictation classes three hours dally.
two hours In the evening.
Individual and Personal Instruction in all
courses. Up-to-the-minute equipment.
Endowed by Ocmgresemen. Official Congres
sional Reporters, leading busine? men and
thousands of fraduatee. .
Booklet upon request
The Drillery Business College
81? 14th St. nw. Phooe Main SB.
s*.iuui
Washington Conservatory
of Music
1408 New Hampshire Avenue
Adjoining Dupont Circle
Augmented Faculty. Primary Department for
Children
Special Terms of 20 for $20
Summer Rales Continued Durir* September |
Catalogue on Reqoest. I*hone Frank" 1 n 4166.
NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE AND
APPLIED ART
FELIX MAHOXY, Dlrrrtor
1505 Pennsylvania Arenue
Next to Riggrs Bank
OPFNH OCTOBER 1
Day and Evening Classes
Register Now
>en?1 for Catalogue. Main 1760
NATIONAL SCHOOL OF
SECRETARIES.
Special ratrs offered day students for Short
hand Touch Typewriting, fall session oprns "Mon
day office boura. 9 JO to 6, individual in
struction , limited to fifteen students. 1*H U
?t nw aeI7-6t
HOLT CROSS ACADEMY
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Modern ly equipped fireproof Nitiding, beauti
fnlly located on Dumbarton Heigfcta. bordering
on Rork <"rr?k I*ark. Cultural and practical
education: standard and elective ooursea. Latest
methods in voice culture. i?ano. harp. Tiohn.
etc. Drawing and painting in all their branches.
Physical Oulture. outdoor apofta. Upton at-.
Chevy Chase car line. eelT-7t
George Washington
University
Chartered by Congress 1821
Co-educational
College Year Begins Sept. 24
Art.* and Sciences, Engineering.
Education, Medicine, Dentistry,
Law.
Full day courses and late after
noon courses. Over one hundred
classes in all college and engi
neering subjects meet at 5:10 and
6:00 P. M.
Catalogues and other infor
mation at 2023 G street Tele
phone West 1640.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funerai Tokens
A rt iat i c?ex press v e- i n ex pe nsi ve.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delivery service.
mhll-tf
BiRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE.
Neill \\^snd Rhea Dumont, gir!.
Robert TJ. and IVlia Phippa. girl
Wm. F. Jr. and Erma M. Itoirna, girl.
Rnne!l O. and Ivnma M. L*?igh. boy twina
William and Panayestfa Kallas. girl.
Charles P. and Mary Tull. hoy.
Paul D. and l^aura V Helfnik, girL
C. F. and l^nma N*. Kunta, girl.
Eyre and Grace T. Damrr, bny.
Bradley T. and Martha Johnson, boy.
Frederick El and Edna Lee, boy.
JCLANCY'S KIDS
(Copyright. 1919, by the McClurc Newspaper Syndicate.)
By PERCY L CROSBY
tlmmie , \ saye YOL/thirty)
Five CetiTS FOR YOUR
Haircut, how much,
idas it? f
,UHe!?c5"rHe
change?
T 'J J Aw! YOU Know how
V X 17 'S'MA MAN CAN'
\
CAN 7] i
VfAtK Our without
han0im6 ovcra
TIP H0WANI>TH?N?
W altar J. and bM U. Brooa* bay.
3o?* J tad Ltlliaa wilarr. firl ,
Edward W. and Anato KoMr. f?rt
Robert aod Mao B BUaborou** bof.
0?or*? W and Q?r A- mumgnoi. f*tL
Georgt W. and Orri* M. Starling, boy.
Carltoa W. and Goidle F MlA, boy.
Maunca A. and Mar. I: Muktn bo?.
John ft and HfWi E eorndoo, boy.
Irrtn L and Martha HhoetnAker. bo?
Udward H. and Edna M. Tiu&rj, boy
Albert 1a W. and Martha E. OMfla, girt
Wm. G. mad Gladys M fthMry. tfrt.
<i<rxw fi and Grace A. El Una. boy
Karmand D. and Helen L Heflm. girl
Edward A. and Tv**tta C. Ha?rfctna bn*
IkanieC D and Ifrtalle Greenfield, girl.
Kdmtcnd J. and Ethel Beaular. boy.
Jamea C. and I >ororty I'aaoock. boy.
Louis It. and Martha McX. Huroamlla, boy
Wm. r. aud Ana* K Paacoa. gXrL
COLORED
Robert and Josephine Orawfcrd, prl
Robert and Addie Johoaoc. girl
Robert and &i?tle Brown, firl
John R. and Mar)one V. Uriah* boy.
James E. and b*nma M Wedge, girt.
John K and Martha A. Ino, gld.
Wm and Hat tie Thomley. boy
Milton and Edna Carter hoy.
Andrew and Gsifftt Johnaon. girt.
(^Urence A. and Cora, O. Dillon, girl
J tuna A. and IAllian A. Trice, boy.
DEATHS REPORTED
WHITE
Jofcumah OL Richter, 61, 9 C at s*.
Jaaeph T. Smith, M Emergency Haapl
John K?f ley. ? 33T? lfith at am
Martina Waigand, 3T. W Park road.
Charlea B. llslftaai. *> ?? F at ne.
Jeawe Dans. <7, Sibley Hoapt
Jf*Th J. Hartnett ?P 8t. Elia Hon*
Mary H. Jabnaoo. 2 month* 305 McLean ?'
aw.
CHTVEPE.
Chin PV>o, 46. Prrwd Hoapt.
COLORED.
Ameha Rmnka, S7. 1533 Kingman place nw.
I*n?? Maano. fib. 7*4 ?Lb at. ?e
Alice Henaon, 68, 1134 H^f at. nw
Reriamin F. Hugbea. ? XE C at. aw
Albert L?. Jarkaoi 2, Proed. Horn*
Amelia Warren, 54, KYeedmrn's Hoapt
Robert Jeasup. ?0. Tuberculoaia Hoe;*
EPISCOPALIANS
IN CONVENTION
Clergymen Open Session in
Church of Epiphany
This Morning.
The convention of Fr i*<~opaJ la.n
I clergymen will open aA 9:30 o'clock
Ithis morning in the Church of the
| Epiphany. Rev. Dr. Robert W. Pat
: ton. "director of the national cam
1 paign for the broadening of church
| work, will preach the sermon.
I Clergymen from the diocese of
Virginia, Maryland and the District
will attend. The following visiting
|clergymen will address the conven
tion today: Rev. F. S. White. Rev.
Dr Milton and Rev. F. J Clark
Luncheon wil be served at 1 p. m.
and the conference will continue
throughout the afternoon. At 8 p.
m. a mass meeting will be held for
the benefit of Episcopalians who de
sire to learn the plant* of the na
tion-wide movement.
"The Episcopal Church stands for
the recognition of the principles
that nothing short of Christian gov
ernment. Christian society. and
Christian economic order must be
developed at any cost,** said Dr.
Patton last night.
"Never in the history of Civiliza
tion has there been so universal
recognition by thoughtful people
that human progress must hence
forth And its security In Christian
ity or in a philosiphy of life based
upon materialism." declared Dr.
Patton- "The world war and the
issues it raieed have cleared the
atmosphere of confusion, and the
alternative stands forth in all of its
?brutal significance."
CLICKSFROM THE KEYS.
I New Orleans. Sept. 21.?A great
j open-air inspirational meeting
i opened the fifteenth annual conven
I tion of the Associated Advertising
' Clubs ?of the World here today.
| New York. Sept. 21.?W. Smith.
I author and producer, today pre
j dieted thaf members of the Actors*
I Equity Association will soon real
: ixe their organisation is a hindrance
rather than a benefit,
I Ossining. Sept. 21.?The Sing Sing
Star-Bulletin is looking for an edi
,tor. Emory Hartsig resigning be
! cause his sentence has expired.
I Ottawa. Sept. 21.?The list of fe
male candidates for the Ontario
'.legislature reveaJs widespread in
i terest in politics by women here.
Memorial Library
Corner Stone Is Laid
The colored soldiers of Oansp Hum
phreys, laid the corner stone for the
Soldiers' Memorial Library, at the
Shaw Chapel. Alexandria, yesterday
altcrnoon.
Rev. R. B. Robinson, assisted by
Chaplain I. L. Bennett, omciated at
the ceremonies. Edmund Helll delivered
an address, telling of the work per
formed by the colored troops during
the war.
Report Secretary for
Ireland Will Resign
London Sept. 21.?Ian McPherson,
chief secretary for Ireland. Is re
ported about to resign.
Cecil Harmsworth. undersecre
tary of state for foreign affairs,
and a brother of Lord Northcliffe,
is mentioned as his possible suc
cessor.
Reports Suit Case Theft
James Robert c; rat tan. of Birming
ham. Ala., reported the theft of his
traveling bag. containing clothing and
personaJ papers, valued at SM).
PURELY PERSONAL.
Armistead L Bradford. 2034 Co
lumbia road, has returned to the
city after enjoying an extensive
vacation spent in Atlantic City,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York.
Norman Draper, of the Lafayette
has returned to the city after at
tending a conference at Atlantic
City.
Mrs. Bernard McDonnell, 3215
Center street northwest, returned tc
the city last evening after a thro*
weeks' vacation spent in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Flanagan, of
Roanoke, are visiting friends in
Washington.
Miss Anna C. Paradise Is spend
ing several weeks visiting relatives
and seeing the Capital.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fenton Collins
and children have returned from an
cuting at Ocean City. Md.
O. B. Sterrett, of Louisville, Is in
Washington on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cranch, of
Steubenville, Ohio, are the guests of
relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Goodman
spent the week-end in Norfolk.
Miss Abbie T. Keefe, of Omaha,
Nebr., is a visitor in Washington
this week.
C. 8. Finn, of Seymour. T?*.. Is in
Washington this week looking afty
business interests.
EARLY LIFE OF
GEN. JOHN J. PERSHING
AITHXNTIC rrORT
or THE BOTH OOP DAT* j
OF THB FAMOUS GEXERAL. f
By HAROLD F. WHEELKI
CONTINUED FROM SATURDAY.
Jack Pershing pasJM?d through aT
the preliminary requirements. exam
inationa pbyaicaJ and mental. ev?a
had his hair cut as joremment regu
1 1st ions prescribe. He was ready for
tViat period of "Beast Barracks"
known ss "breaking In." a period es
tending over about three or four
week* For not until the end o< that
I period sre the new cadets considered
sufficiently well trained .to join the
j rest of the cadets In camp.
' Oh. the commands of that "break
I ing In" period, snapped out by stanx
drill masters, yearling corporals, who
I act under Cie direction of formef
cadets, now officers In the army a?4
back under special orders to serve for
a time ss tactical Instructors,
"Tacs." ss the cadets cell them In
their own slang.
-Fan mr ?
"Fall out!**
"Hold up your head***
"Drag in your chin!**
"Suck up your stomach"* *w:
"Get those shoulders back! Mop*
yet! More yet!** -jss
How those Yearling oorporals oouM
yell and did yell st "Beasts ** And^f
, one forgot to salute tliose lor^g
j young men or the Ta? M or forflVftn
I to sddress them ss "Sir*" Oh. tho^s
"Beast" days' Jirpeclally the daffft.
when that most highest of all.
mander even of the 'Tecs.** the
mandant of Cadets and Tactical
fleers, put In appearand jt
was even prwwnbed hrrw oade(a
should sit at mess*
There was no end of regrrtatioan
Rooms must be kept Just so: b?4p
must be made just so: bedding mart
be kept Just so; equipment all of ft.
must be kept Just so. everything
must be kept Just so An inch eutGf
the way. a shoe or a paper misplaorft^
and?woe to the offender'
rndrr TesrHsg** Rmle.
Not to be forgotten was tie dar <
rifles were issued, and one had to i
learn their nomenclature and clestf *
them, taking them apart and putting
them together without having a p?eoe ,
or two left over. But Jack Pershing,
lived througj those days, as did moa* ?
of those young men who had entered ?
with him. Of those other young
those friends of his, Wjo they werv
and where they are. more laler. Tbsjf^
belong to another chapter.
Beast Barracks ended, and camr
camp.
It was a big step Jack Pershinr
ceased to be a Beast. He was *
plebe.
Camp lasted until September-ca**p
with all that the name implied. Ifc
meant sleeping in the open, drill*?
never-ending drills?guard dutxw
swimming, dancing. Oh. the fun of llr
I and the work of it! The trouble was
I then, even as today, the Pie ben were
I always the butt of the fun. But Jack
| Pershing lived through camp as he
had lived through "beast barracks."
Always are Plebes bouyed by the
knowledge that uext camp they will
l be Yearlings. later Second Class, then
I First <"lass men. And there will be
| othor plebes.
! Will Jsck Pershing ever forget the
'first time he heard the order
i "Turn out. you Plebes. and chase
those eagles"*
What did it mean? An unoffending.
I chirping sparrow had alighted in *
? company street, between rows at"
1 tents. Poor sparrow * He was a tres
. j.kss?r and must he ejected. So the
| Plebes chased eagles.
1 Or did Jack Pershing forget anothe*
order:
"Pick up those logs of wood, eyou
Plebes"*
The F uncrml ?f a Rst
What did it mean? Someone had
thrown matches in the company street.
| The Plebes must pick them up. Yes.
i most of the police d\*tv fell to the lot
I of the Plebes. And the tasks they
! had to do for upper classmen. For
| West Point, in the days of Jack Persh
ing. boasted that English school sys
tem of 'fagging.** But Plebes later
be lordly ones?
First guard duty came.
flow the Yearlings and the Second
Class and First Class men did all ?
within their power to make $uard
? duty for Plebes memorable.
A "poor Plebe sentry walked his post,
j perhaps Jack Pershing. Out of
darkness of the night would appear a~|
I number of white wrapped forms ^
suspiciously like cadets with Sheet#
draped about them.
"Who goes there?** the sentry would
crv.
"A flock of angels.** would come the
answer.
And then, before the corporal of the
l guard couM be called, the ghosts
would vanish.
Most always the camp held a rat
funeral. " I
Somewhere a rat would be found,
i Obsequies would be held, and the dea4
j rodent's body taken sway for burial,
'the Plebes following the bier as mount- ~
I ers and carrying buckets in which to -
catch their tears, while upper clas??
men shrilly ordered
"Louder, weep louder, yon Plebee*"*'
Haalnc at West Point.
There was hazing In those
West Point, though none, n e- -n
those who were there In tho.- day*
talk much of 1L
"Midnight dragging"* was a
hazing. Cadet privates, rising
night, would pounce suddenl
cadet corporals, and. much to
gust of those lordly young rm
Ithem up and down through tl
pany streets. And to mske
j worse, if It hsd not been rain
ipr.vates flrst watered the str
part of the streets, that then gM
Ibe plenty of puddles thrpugl ?Vc>
to drag the corporals?wet and
I puddles. Yes. they must be id* .
Moreover, the cadet privates s.
'that the cadet corporals we
only in underclothing.
Charles R. Spurgeon?"Chart* Vv
geen?Jack Pershing's boyhood tivM.
i 'who lives In Brookfleld. Mo..
'that several cadets tried to hn
, I Pershing, snd that he **knoc
? stuffing" out of all of them
story- must rest as ''Charlie" S
, g.ves It.
Camp ended In Septerrfber. ;
: 1 cadets went into barracks and ?ur J
(their academic year. That I: * e. *
Point is?wss. rather?three m? i
camp, nine months of academi
By the time Jark Pershtng w*
to barracks he had absorbed th
important lesson a soldier has ?
? obedience. His /battle w;
fought.
West Point life Is ususlly fa u rt?
with its never-ending drills an? ? ??'?
and for that reason cadets u
terin* flrst go into camp. Tb? ,
cal training of the camp li w --r
to sustain them through the
! West Point- Without it It is ' f?>
ful if any. even the stronges
stand tbe earnest, desdly gri
I ^ea of West Point is obtai
a phase of the statistics c
i Pershing's class?the class of
I At the end of the flrst
class numbered 10T men. It
' the next year to tt. then to SS. Sev
enty-seven of the original W young
men were graduated.
(To be continued )
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