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THE Wa^TOGTON HERALD
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CL-VSSIFIED RATES
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ONE
CENT
LA WORD
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ALL? c-ni-a* ctAMinaA-noiis
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-? ??r* conaK???..?G.?.? tatti
Coat-raet Bataa O? Inaiai.
M***ha-?n Tra* Uem
rOlEOs ???????.?t?-????.
. rej a. c. beck with bpecui. aoknct.
*aw Ter? Ofk?.Tribon? Bid?.
fMcaaw oeir?......Trlbo?. ?ida
?****-? ???a?.. Ol Fani BW?.
*? ta-na ????.TSt-J N.Uooal Bank Bid?
" LOST._
LOST-POLICE DO. : : DARK COLOR ; ABOUT
* raoatba old; anaw?ra to name of "Beasiao."
. Bewaisl: n-stifjr br phone Betheala **. JAMES
?A .sNDREWS. nolSt
HELP WANTED?MALE
?&?? UNION PAPER HANGERS,
twenty union bricklayers. Steady
Work all winter. See J. C. WAT
SON, National Hotel, up to 5 p. m.
. today. nolO-lt
A ITOMI .BILE MECHANIC: WANTED
? ? Brsvclaaa antoosobile nechanic ?ho is tbor
**uchl*r familiar with the care and maintenance
of ignition ?Dei lighting -Asterne. atora?? bat
teri-*?, and ?tertn, al ?inn? of ?i-tcrno**.*??. Ap
ply to 8UPT OF (?OVER.NME.NT FIEL
?G?*G*? IJABAOtV ?II H em_no?3
_'*5?? Tt> SERVE HERALD ROITE ??
na-*t*ie?st : salary and bonus for ?nod scrsice.
?mty t .1 t*L nw. ne?5t
?????-??-?? GOOD TNItlS I-A1NT
at once. M F. mmmMSM, rear TX -?h
W. i,.,? SI
?? .IASENT EMPTaOTMENT INDER ?0?1>
wortin-* rsif*ditk*aa for ynini ?n.1 tAMM aged
at? who are ambitioua to ban tha ?treet rail?
. ?a? ?. a ...
WAtaE3 FOR MOTOI1MEN AND
CONDCCTORS:
llrat thr?. month?..He per hoar
? Next nJae manta.?.***. per hour
? Afta? or?-? year.Sic ?er hour
*** Fu.1 ?redit ism for former aersire with thia
.roepanj a*.d 51? PE? HUIR ?.IVEN" To WEN
.WHO HAVE HAD ONE ???? OB MORE
?.'ONTlNrors EXPEKIEN'-E WITH OTHEItl
?COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIVE ?EAR3. |
? ??,?t Tueadaj and Frida; between ? and-pU ?
QtriaOtMKvr and instbittion
DEPARTMENT.
ASai.NGTON K.UI.WAY A Li-fcc CO?
ISth anil Eoat t**f**-|M eta.
tip Wanted?Male and Female.
I-VI*I?st7~*?P??DT AND ..Vcl-RATE- FOR
r!-T>caI aud s.sr.-..inal w*-rk in I'atholi.?
?aitiition. ?:?.!. tirai l*a?r pr^l?rr?d: moniini* ho.tr?
orly: souj ...lair... 1?OX ja>. Herald ekatr.
1..A3I
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
OOCH ?G??? ? BXUU?DD BOOM FOR
X*t t-tfi?aii : ???*-?t?-??tnt to all government de?
parrmei?:%. Zi* KHh >t. sm. ?.<?*-_?
THREE Mrti-V FURNISHED ROOMS
with pr-iiate bath; all motte-m i?pro**in-*nt?;
?tre* rie .i? .tu ot..l t*?lei hone Krurc. ?? Co
lon: ht* Z'.-S, Kili-rtirtie pla*-e noS-?
ATTR.\*mVfc FVRNI3HED ROOMS. ONB
lare? sinl one anali; Morgan suburban buiiga
ym, a?? cupTfa-tai-?: ?nw?ry and phone: rat
ibi? lor couple ?r 1-wlit? L'ani North 2Bi
no?-?t
WANTED?ROOMS.
yN A M?Dn? HKHNED HiiMK FOR TWO
- Httle boj-*?. 4 an?) 7. ai... mother. **m?,-loved.
muff be near se-tool and rar line; autiurbaii pre
?iTTtd : not over forty minutes to Treasury :
r-.tr* for lather week end?. Q L. WOOD, 2B05
aVIonro? at. ne., or phone N.-rth ISM-W rto9-3t I
LADY EMPLOYED I>_>.KES FtKNIMIKUl
rimai Xo-eniher 15: Tif-ir.itv of Dupont Circle, |
Tall Main .'-*:. branch 24, ur North 1__?J ? ..n |
ina?. nt&Zt
tHKEK OR FofR ROOMS WA.VTEll. FIR- !
ni*>hed or nn'uniiili?-?!, ?iTh modem coo ?en- j
tenera Adir??.-? If ?? O. Herald off ire
nn?-3t
WANTED-R'MtM AM> ~Rt>AKli ??? Y- TV! ?
man in down-town at-ction. Ap|i|y BOX ?C j
Hf-rald oftce. _oo?-3t J
MOVING, PACKIWG. STORAGE j
SMmrs trans; fer
jtND STOR.\GE CO.
NORTH 3312. N. 3313.
N. 3314.
laONG-DISTANTK .MOVING
SAFETY FIRST
ABSOLCTELY FIRSfROOK STORAdl.
Boom?, 13 and a?. Mortrtz and Park;nf.
rNITBD STATES STOKAUE rO.. 1:?3D 10th
at. nw. Phone Main t_2? and FranJtltn ?_-?_.. tf
MOVING
J?> furnish lar?e padded vans ami careful men ?
g to bandi? our goods.
' PACKERS of furniture, pianoa, china, brie-a-!
brae. etc. Experienced men only.
SHIPPINO to ail parta of the world
STORAGE for furniture, pianoa, and house- j
bOld fOOdS. mam,
L-S H st. ow. Main XI}
I
KRIEG'S EXPRESS;
REFRIGERATORS A ICE BOXES, j
Refrigerators. Ice Boxes
THAT ARE SUPERIOR
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
6I1 F St. N.W. Franklin 2757
_SPECIAL NOTICE_
W(>MINOMKN-AT AST RATE IT 1" Aj
?oMd t-soehrad fact that we sHl a errati
?tork ot sticht ly need orerromta at $5 up, and
ft-? reason wbr is that lots of men of mod -
erat* means cannot afford to pay more. *> j
tfcey Mt? cash and buy fron ua. Jl'^TTi'rt;
OLD STANI). ?9 D. nolO-lt :
?
Can You Find '
, the Room
You Want?
The Herald
Will Help You
by running an xartr?**'
ment of 25 words or les?,
three times.
FREE OF CHARGE
Call Main 3300
'*
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
NEW HOMES
FOR COLORED
710 to 728 Kenyon Street. N.W.
2 Sold Before Completed
Six rooms a/id bath;
hot-water heat; front
and rear porches; large
lot to alley.
Salesman on Property.
Ernest Hall C-oolidge Co.
816-819 Evans Building
1410 New York Avenue N.W.
Phone Main 3482-3483
COLORED
$200 ash
$20 Monthly
I have houses that can be
bought on jhc above terms.
Send fer my list -of desirable
house*. ?II prices and terms.
City Postoffice
Box 1707 (H)
oct-tf
FOR AS LITTLE AS |: ten CASH AMD 11*?
e*?Umenta of It-?.? than ?rat jou caa oara tb?
home you always drramrd of. Let as ?.nano?
your home. ACT AT ONCE, rot furtber ts
formatlon addrtwa
A. M. MULLIGAN.
Phon? Clcarland IBI W. 3DS Northampton at
Carry Chut. D. C oc+tf
MONET TO LOAN.
M?iNEY TO LOAM-SSS TO "BTJO.00S ON D. 0.
I real eatat?. Sa?rral tniat fond?. All tasas
? (-tiona cr**ndact?d with aroogcnical cooalderauoa
lor borrowrra.
Wat. H SA UND ERS X CO..
eowthrra Bulldio?. UT Uth at. aw.
1JOJ?ET TO LOA*?. ON OTT BEAL ETSTATB
?t nmwnt rat?? of tntrrrat. TTtJCR X
RLTHtRKORD. INC.. at 1Kb at. aw.
'liberty bond
PRICES
FOR MONDAY
1st 31 2 per cent. $50.52
1st 4 per cent. $47.68
2d 4 per ceat. $46.78
1st 4V4 per cent. $47.71
2d 4*4 per cent. $46.98
3d 41/4 per cent. $47.24
4th 4V4 per ctmt. $46.08
Victory 4% per cent $50.23
ft* t ommla.lA? Chara-e?].
In addition to these prices,
\vc pay full value for Liberty
Bond coupons due.
We buy $100, $500 and $1,000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We Also Boy Part-paid Cards
and
War Savings Stamps
Without Any Red Tape.
?\> will tell liny of the shore
Mond? ut SO reni? -More than
nbove quotrd -price?.
LIBERTY BOND
EXCHANGE
Opea
8:30 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
604 14th St. N.W.
Branch, 915 Pa At*. N. W.
Tal. Mala SMT.
>?- *?
cuuvoTJurrs.
Mr?. BOSWELL,
PALMIST AKD CLjURVOYANT.
Git*? mMci em hnenaea. Im, htmith aad
latmlxj attain; tella tt the on? >(?? low 1? tra?
or falao./what part of th? coxmti-y la luck ini to
ie% what to do to b? annr*taarfal ia Uf?; tell?
you what haa paaaed la Ufa. and what 1? ktp
pwiing. without asking a ringle queatioe; when
and whom *a? wWl marry; ietti?? and eipUin*
love, family trouble, marriage, divoro?, health.
speculaUona, traaaaotion? of all kind?. In (act,
no matter what jour hope, tear or ambition, ?
coaa to thi? notad palmtat alad Had help Tfaara I
la no na? for any on?? to bo imann aaafiil or un
happy. No matter what tba causa her ad?ic*
remote* all trouble. fM\? guarantee? ?atialac- j
tion Readings. ?11.00. 710 fth at. nw., between
G and ? ata._ao?-Tt
MADAME D'ASHMAN
QYfflY CKUIBVOTANT
Ad.iae? ?ou oa all cpuditloiia of 111? : ?o??. |
marita??, dlt-oro?, buair.eee, chante?; atac has
helped athm. ah? on help you. BOOM T9? '
ISM O n, nw.. cor, uth.
?MAp?Tvn?NORE !
GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
Givsa true and good adrice on tmainea?. *>?,.
divorce and marriage... Telia how to gala auc**eaa
in anything yom wiah to do. Telia how to over
rutne erti indnencea; how to gain and bold tha
one yon lore. Her adrice will ?help yoa, you will
bo wlaer and hauler after toeing thia gifted
? medium. NO gueaew-ork cr questiona aakecL
What aba see* and tcllv omet true. Telia the
, full name of who you will marry, tho day and
month. Gii* ber a trial before you critici*;:
come and be convinced what a natural bom j
! clairvoyant can do. Satisfaction, or no chargea
Hour?, 11 a. m to ? ? p. ni. Closed Sundaja
m -ELEVENTH STREBT NW.
(Two door? north of Palaia Boyal).
_ncfrtf
~^~MADAM JEANETTE ,
tfcy-ptiAn Palmist and Clairvoyant Guatan
taaa to lead your entire life; ahe doea not tall
to please but before you utter a word ohe will
tan what you called for; name? and date? of
whan and who you will marry; if true ?pr falae,
! how to ein and hold the one you do lov*; what
burine? and p-art of tha country ia beat for you
and juat what to dr. to make a auoceaa 1? site;
special reading?. $1 Oo. 30? 7th at. nw., opposite
Stka Co? Sat ??action guaranteed._
1PR?F7BELM0NT7
Noted Clairvoyant and Palmi*, can read your
Ufa by the linea in your -palm, which an the
record of your life. Being a graduate of tao
collega? of ??almi??,? hla wouderf-.il gift ol
aecoud eight enables him to lift tha wil of raya
tery and reveal to you Important matter? of
your future life. Gires adrice on bualneae mat*
ter?, love, health and family affair?; tella name
of your futuro t*iaband or wife; tella if one you
lote le true or falae; what part of the country ia
luckiest ?-o you, wbn to do to be au-cceaaful ia
life; remove? trouW**?** of alt nature; brini? the
separated together; 'tells the secret of having
personal induenee with your ?aaociatea Prof.
Belmont ie a Psychologist of World Renown.
Reading.-. $1, lil6 New York ave. ??., next
?loor to Maeonic Temple.
MADAM~PARKER
GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM.
If you are going to aeek advice or help,
why not i-ooault one who ia well known,
one who ia here permanently? T!il? gifted
lady can tell you anything you wiah ta
know or find out in business, health, or
family affaira. When and whom you **?11
marry. What part of the country la beat
for you. What to do to be pirre?ful in
life. Remove? evil influence. Telia bow
to win and hoM the one of your choice.
Satisfaction or no charge?. Heading?. IM*. !
UI E at. nw?. between Itth and 13th. noMf |
~11iMN0Xw?sTlr=T
MME. RUTH.
Palmist, Clairvoyant and Phrenologist
Can b? conaulted dally on all affairs of life; I
satisfaction guaranteed; hours. 9 a. w. to 11
p. m. Studio SID *th at. nw. _ocfltf
~^M?l>?M~aHER ?
Phrcnolog?at and huaineaa adviaev; advice mi
all affairs of life; thia ad and U entitle? you to I
a $3 resiling 111113 ]4th at. nw.. A.-t. 1. Hours |
9 a. m. to 10 p. m , dai?y. no?-tf
??'??????????
A correct and truthful reading of your life by
the acieece of Phrenology will ahow you how
you can be ban"*". No questions asked. Don't
be a failure. **Mdvif-e on all ?objecta
MADAME VASTE
Phrenologist and Buainasa Adviarr
tt 14th at. ne. Hour? 10 a m to ? p. m Thia .
ad and fl entitle? you to my special fe reading i
for two ?eeka only.
_not-m
PALM1STRT.
MADAM EPPY.
Genuine Egyptian Palmist ; reads past, prea I
?nt and future; aatiafaction guaranteed. 9M Pa- [
ave nw. noS-tf
?rIzpah eldon.
la known as one of ita greatest exponent??. Hun- ;
dreda visir thia remar kahle woman daily; com
p?ete reading* with accurate detrriptiona of what
your hand foretells, only $1. Reception parlor na
corner of -St., and ti nw Entrance Cth at. Hours,
10 a it. to 8 p. m. je2&-90t
SPIRITUALISTS.
Washington's Favorite Adviser
PROF. MARCUS LA MAR
Mon remarkable reader of human destiny of
tba ? ?reseti t age. tells your name in lui., also full
namea of ruf land, wife or sweetheart; reveals
your innermost secret* hel? you to gain your
every destre; brings about marriage with the one
you love, and gives never failing help and ad
vice on bu-unta?, law auits or ?ny affair of lile.
Call today; be will -miprise you..
1220 G St. N. W.
PERSONALS.
DO TOU LOVE OOOD HEALTH I ?OU CAM
hat?? It. -.'all at '.?TS Tth aa aw.
OLD INDIAN HEIB BUM EU Y SHOP
mhl-a?
DR. REE?T
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STRttT
OVER 30 s*mt*fSs*ToT*?^sa**t
Nrrtsua ?nd Special DiaaaM? of Men and Woman.
Means Health to You if You Suffer
???? Catarrh. Obeatr. Rbrumatlant. Conatip?
tlon. Pile?. Throat, Lunga, Brain. H??tt. Bkwd
and Skin Diaeaaea. ?mus Debility, Ki.iney
Dia??**?, Bladdar Trouble, [-??eclni- Blood Pol
aoniD(. Eruption?. Cierra and All Piiut? Dia?
awe?? Curta for Life by Sale Method?
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladies I
Otto. Hoar?. U to it J to?. Sundara, 10 to it
FARMS WANTED.
WANT SMALL VI ?til M A FARM INDER I
tS.000. amail amount ?aal?. baiane?, go,?! notca|
and ?ock Boi 599. Meral.1 ofllce. notltOt
Liberty Bonk
Bon?-ht For
CASH
We Wai Pay for $5?
Bonds Monday
lit 3Vg per cent.. $50.52
lit 4 per ceat. I47J8
2d 4 per ceat. Ut 78
let 414 per cent.. 147.71
24 41/4 per ceat. $469?
34 4V4 W ceat. $47.24
4th 41, per cent. $46.08
Victer,. **??*??
In audition to the?? ?rie?? w?
pay full value for Liberty Boa
coupon? du?.
W? buy t?os, 1(00 and II.000
Liberty Bond? of all laau?a.
NO UEDIfTIOS* MADE
HO COMMIMSIOSI CHAKGBD
We Abo Bay Part Paid Liberty
Bond Card? and
War Savings
Stamps
without eolng- through any ra4
taf*
Liberty Investment Co.
Phone Main 7589
92T F Street N. W.
Op?? Dally ??.?? a m. t? ? p. am.
Automobiles
USED CARS?ACCESSORIES
?REPAIRING?TIRES.
Wa t-t-t-air all tusk?, of can. Onaraiar work
tilt.
Auto Repairing. $1.00 per Hour.
ill make? ot can. Oa
1 Our aarttc? la beet
E. H. BAUER CO.
Phone Main MM 4? ?; at n?.
_>-??tat?
K.?r> W-Klneaday. 12-30 p. m. Tosi can
Essay Saturday. 3-? p m. buy or et?
PI'BLIO AOOWOM BAU OP ALTOS.
CAPITAL CITY UAKAt'E, 4MM1? ?? at. ?ta.
_ noT-tf
FORD COUPE WrmSTARTER"
A-number-on-e tires. 923 ?. Y.
ave. no6-5t
PORO WISTF31 TI IP, MODEL 1?I?
Ford toj*. detachable. G?? winter; inori?! I?!?.
reaaonalsle price: for information. Apply ABEL
MAN. IS? I' at n? notft
tauaraolead Tua* fU-9
Son-?kld ?I?
Only Oae of Man*- BargaiBa
GOVERNMENT TIRE A.ND RUBBER CO,
HI? ?th at. re. acf-tf
""extra sp?cial,
\<>v-*?i. m nur.
I.I ?????????? ?.??? M IL 1.1
Kor certain reaaons we liase
#1 J ?G tirera to sylbha-d tb?
?|4 JJ .**.* I' 'a ? well-Hiowti make and
? ?*"**"*?**? f-Tial to e.ery demand a nrtt
30X3?-J In. <???<? <ir? <??? fun-*.
CHAS. L MILLER, be
(12 Htb at. i door? abo-re H at
have tour Airi-ttMom?E lo?keTTov?S
HY ? QUALIFIED AVIATION MECHANIC.
SIX. EIGHT AND TWELVE CYLINDER
MY SPECIALTY; ALSO MOTORCYCLE RE
PAIRING. P. C WISE. REA* OS ETE
ST. NW. t-eO-mt
THE AUTO MART
tt I'ard (Jan From SM Up
m Pa. Ase. Main *M
^ORDl?WNJ?RS
MT apodal;- la cleaning carbon and rrindlng
-altea for C so. We low jou to our g-uraee ir??.
CENTRAL AUTO REPAIR SHOP.
Bear It? Mb St. N. W. Franklin TM
_Od-U
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
13 -Hi ? AT*.. ADUREtsS MRU. E. M. Me
CoiiTe-r. Eaat Falla Chiudi. Va-, Ko.it? No. 1.
BOTIMI
HISIIEK SEWING MACHINE; MOTOR Al?
tached; suitable for lieasy work; Uke new
909.11th nw. DiNsKSTtiRK. ?-*-*
YOU CAN'T HIDk. YC-iR SB IN TB?
cUa-afled columna?for Ib?re iau't a hidinf
place the?,. Theae ada ?re BEAD. aMtll
WILL CALL IN MT C *C:.ETfEKED ACTO*
mobile. dty car euburban. and par rosi nlfhei
pricea for ladle?'. e?ntl*Di?n's, children'? die
carded clothioa. of ?.1 datecript.o**?. Addrea?
poatal or phone. I ?ill call. E. RICE. US 1th
.1 n?. Kr-rih ITS._* feg-tf
JUST RECEIVED- rMPORTKt? LEECHES,
parrot?, canaria?. -*o*dfl.*tee. r?bfcjis. doga.
? quariuma, etc. 8CHMIDS BIBD STORE. IU
ltth ?t. n?. ocll-tf
JwAjin^^c_ElLAEqu^7
Wa\>TED TO BUY FANCY WORK. EM~
broidery, crochet, baby clothes, antique?; any
thin!! auital-le for a gift ahop. BOX 663, Herald
office. ? nof-St
dred?t?Fefnatare?Gash
Spedai Diaruunte for Caah
SAVE MdNEY-BCY AT
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGA
; PERSONAL UFE READINGS
VeThal, 12; Typewritten Forecaata, IB ?p
Children'? Hi-roacopes and Vocational Guidance.
FRANK THEODOBE ALLEN. Dir-ertor. Aatro
lorpcat Reerarch Society, 109 E nw. Phone
Franklin ?**B. Appointma-nta ?-cfened.
LIGHT ON AU, LIFE'S PROBLEMS.
noi ti
:
MUSICAL WSTtUCnOM. MUSICJU, INSTRUCTION.
*, Primary for Bearlo- Intermediate Advanced
tiers and Children ?Ulm 7158 Diplomas
WASHINGTON CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC
Formerly lll? Connecticut Ave.?Now
1408 Mew Hampthire Avenue N
At Dupont Circi? \
raculty of artists. Seve.-al master teachers in each depart
ment (no student teacher*). Inaurine; each pupil Individual pro
fessional instruction in modern methods?Dr. Auer for violin:
Leschetlskl, piano; Italian voice culture.
Scores of government clerks and others are taking advantage
of our special term, seven weeks (14 lessons), for 120 at afternoon
and evening: hours. Convenient for government people.
Pianos and violins for practice work by the hour.
WRITE FOR YEARBOOK AND FREE SCHObARSHlP PAR
TICULARS. JOIN THE CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA. 8TU
DE***TS? RECITALS. CONCERTS.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
WATCH THB CLA8SIFIELD COLITMX9 G?? I
rrtdencra at tha irowth ol thia cm. Thia
saw ?Ha Us? u oda ?sr?.?-a? ,, ?j,,??.
_auasm
ftCCOHMTARTS
KbwEDKD.
W? train -rou from tba ground up.
SALLE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY. T2? 1 Mur
ar/ Bid?? Main TOI Open e-renlnga
afl-BAY STKNOGRAPHIC
?JV-WMI SCHOOL
By our new and aimpltn*? * * ?-nIb t?p ran
beoaaae an rapen stenofrap . ? 3D LmYH.
t'sy and evening claaara Tei, ?t. ;.ar diacouul to
those enrolling \pafore Xorember ?.
Romu 401-406 sir nth at. b.w.
Public Speaking
(For Both Sexei)
Claaaee now forming at Oouxaga Evening
School; eapert instruction, nominal te- B?gU*e*er.
19 Egra at. urn. ?a?-Jt
?\\63 Men~and Women Lait Year
ACCOUI-flaNCY?
<>!?>?? ?rtMl la City.
I)r?rrr-(,rnntl?c G???.,.
??repare? ter C G. A. er Rasine??
PREPa4RAT0RY?
% ?*?? red It ed Heal?. Da-f und Kvr
nlaa??.rade?HIKh School.
DRAFTINC?
\rrhllrcfural?*VOO per mentii.
Merhn nicaI?*?.?? per month.
COMMERCIAL
?.rea? Khorthawrl. ???..**??, pec aionte.
llookkirpln?, Ty wr ?? rl 11 ??
Other Courses Bulletin Free
173? G St N.W. y aa ? a
M.iu825o T.m.l/.A.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funer?! Tokens
Artie? ic?eapreaaiar? ineipen.i.e.
Gude Bit?. Co. 1214 F St.
1'roinL?. ?uto deli?ei7 amice.
rohij-tl
DIED.
-OEATH NOTICE
HAWUCT-On Friday. November 7.
1919. at the residence of his niece,
Mrs. XL E. KiiiK. SO? Ninth street
northwest, - GEORGE W. HAW
LEY.
Funeral from the ehspel of W. R.
Speere Company. lT?-S H ?tteet
northwest, on Monday,' November
10. 191?. at 2 p. m. Comrade!? of
Camp No. 171, I'nited Confederate
Veterans are invited. Interment
at Arlington Cemetery._
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITK.
Janf? f. and Abna Water*, bor
Ralph ? and t'ethnrine Murray, girl
Jack ?. snd Irene ?. Lawrence, fir
George P. and Dorothy C Dut ton, boy.
Char!?.? H. and Ethel V. Dearer?, boy.
Than a? E. and Myrtle L. Adams, boy.
OOLORED
Lawrence and Alice Turner, boy.
William snd Entrile ftainwr. girl
Harry snd Edith Neil, troy.
Bobert C and tirare S. Fantry. hoy.
Charlee and Renuce Brown, girl
DEATHS REPORTED.
uni
WiV'sm H. Oingell, 48 year?, TubrTctiloaia
Hospital
Pani t*. An on, M y*tn. 205 N-ew Jersey aie
nue amithrsst.
Margaret J. W. Srsmsn. 77 j-esra. IN* Seventh
atrae* nort beast.
Deliah Siford. ? yeara. 1217 1 street northwest.
t>eocg?- W. Hawky, 'i yeara. MD Ninth atreet
north ve?t.
William ? Kell, 61 years, 221 Eighth street
northeast
Florence ? Hill, GO years, 3141 Mt. Ileasant
gtreat north ?eat
Hiere.? A. W1.-.11. S yeara, 616 Portland
street southeast.
Adel? M. Taylor. 10 daya, Sibiey Hoai-itaL
Famous Painting
Will Be Sent to U.S.
l.ontlon. Nov. ?.?Sir Joseph Duve* ?
is about to send to the United 8tate?
the famous Romney painting, the
portrait ?>f the MisseR Beckford.
which he purchased at the Christie
sale from the trustees of the Duke
of Hamilton for about C50.000. the
highest price ever paid for a painting
at a public sale.
Hunting Prove?. Good. y
St. .lohns. N. B.?Three lame
moo??- heads, measuring 50. 51 and
? lir*? inches, are the prise? of three
New Yorkers Just out of the woods.
They also got four black bears and
two deer.
STEWARD'S
WASHiit&Toars lkadixg bcsi
1??_9? COLLEGE
l?h amA ? SU. N.W. ?. ????.
" F\iH*f arrrr-dlted by the Blanda -d Boalncaa
Collegi? of America " Write or pbooe (or fuit
Information about our confa. oct-tf
THE YOUNG WOMEN'S
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
1333 F Street rT.W.
Re-rlstrationa ar? closed In all
class?!,, except Cooking, Spanish
?nd Personality. New claaees
will be formed In any subject for
five registration?. A new Domes
tic Science laboratory Is being
equipped In the ? street .build
ing. Watch for announcement?..
ARE YOU INTERESTED
IN SHAKESPEARE?
A trading roane n briny ?muffed at
tbe Y. W. tX A. to meet on Werlneaday
eee-ninci at 7 A n. m. !t will be tiwen
1>T Vrot. Tkaain. of Columbia Unne-nuty.
Aak for furtbn- ?articular* u'l^lt
FIRST GRADE CIVIL SKBVICE ???-????
Uun for ?>nai_a Offlcr. Nov-vmbcr 14. alao Firat
Gmde Clerk ciani*. November I ana 1?; tuition .
for tbe entire courae (or Lbeae exam-nation?, %i.
??? CIVIL SBRVICt PBKPARATORY
SCHOOL, ae. coma l?ti) and F aU nw. HM-?
Frankhn %** m ?-M/
BUREAU OF EN
GRAVING AND
PRINTING
SNEWS
Alfred 11. Mills. Charles Mtller and
Maurice i'alker have been preparing
for the eleven minute sonic service
on Tuesday, the 11 lh; in commemora
tion of the signing ot th.* armistice.
The sympathy of the employes of
the surface division Is extended to
Mrs. Mary A. Collier, on account of
the death of her mother.
Miss Georgette Parker, of th?
stamp perforatine division, is ab
sent on account of the Illness of her
mother.
Mr. Volth. of the engraving divi
sion. Is celebrating the arrival of a
little daught. r at his home.
The following ?Iris have hi-en ap
pointed as printers' assistants and
assigned to section 7: Lenore i-tmiih.
Bessie WeaUejr, Mamie Rondabush.
Bertie L*nwre. Anna Knabe. Margaret
Flster. Mary Draley. Myrtle <*og
bill. Anna Currier and Lillian Baker.
Mrs. Jessie E. Manic, of the sur
face division. Is enjoying a ten-day
vacation.
Miss Nellie Wilding and Miss
Alice Brewer, of the stamp perforat
ing division, took last Friday off to
finish up their*-fall shopping.
Joe Roh.-sun. of section 6. has been
ill for several days. His condition
is improved.
Miss Mary O'Sullivan. of the
stamp perforating division, has been
on the sick list for the past week.
In order to keep the printing divi
sion supplied with platee, all plate
finishers ?n the engraving division
have received order? to work from
R o'clock ?. m.. until 10 o'clock p. m..
each day. until further notice.
Miss Marie Beaumont, of the
stamp perforating division, has been
granted a week's leave..
Miss Emily O. Quinn. of the surface
division, is enjoying a week's vaca
tion.
"Dry" Drive s Mea to Show?.
New York. Nov. ?.?Prohibition
has driven thousands of New York
ers to seek solace at the theater,
according to a prominent local man
ager today. The fact that New
Y.nk has become the dryest spot in
the United State? has lured many
men who fotmerly frequented clubs
and "gin null.-." to, witness musical^
comedy and light tragedy.
Use Plue? to Find hsecb.
Ottawa?The Department of .Ag
riculture of Ontario is using air
plant's to spy out mosquito-Infested
swamp land in the forest area?.
CLANCY'S KIDS
(Copyright, mt. by Ua? Mt-Clure, Newspaper Syndicat?.)
By PERCY L. CROSBY
BACK HOME NEWS '
Like a Letter from the Folks?Watch for* '
Your State News in The Herald.
INDIANA.
Evanavill?.?Guarda protect la. * ?.
bridge at Henderson. Xy? ?gain?t
?trlker?.
Sullivan.?Myron Hummel. returne-l
veteran, saw Merlin. London. Glasgow.
Parla and Venice.
Vlncenne??Examinations far cee
sus takers in second district begun.
Pcter?burg.-Whlte River fanner?
aak ?tate aid to tight floods.
Oary.?Attempts were made to sway
soldiers here to Bolshevism.
Rockville.-Control of Rockville Na
tional Bank sold to A. C. Cray?. East
Chicago, and A. G. Brown. Green
castle.
NEW YORK.
>
Albany.?Cities of New York Sta??
will attack new telephone ?cale.
Buttalo.?Prince L-ubomtrski Min
ister of Poland, tc be entertained.
etica.?The Rer. P. B. Blanchard
must serve jo days In Jail for un
lawful labor picketing.
Olean?Great fete will be held nere
Armistice Da/.
Dunklrat.?Fishermen ?trike for in
crease of 1 cent per pound for flsn
brought In.
Batavia.?G. M. Davis. Rock Glen,
brings suit against members of al
leged 1 tu k Hand gang for robbing
his store.
GEORGIA.
Savannah? I'ulaskl Hotel to be sold
after existence for bO years.
Athens?Bonds for flftO.OD? to Im
prove streets to be passed on.
Valdosta ?More than lO.issj attend
Georgia-l'*iorida fair in one day.
Madison -J T. Sldwell. Sr.. owner
of twig froS-n apple tree under which
1-ee surrendei-ed. dica
? ? con ? Tubercular hoepital work
sta it?, here shortly.
Annistoti.-Maj. John Griffith, head
of Camp McClellnn. will re-en! ist
WAGONS STOLEN;
MAYBE THIEVES
PLAN BIG HAUL
Robbers Specialize in Vehicular
Thefts. Take Clothing and
Money on Sick.
The thieves yesterday s-pecialned
on wagons, and things pertaining to
wagons? A $20 express wagon waa
?tolea from James F'.rd. 11? -Fifth
stre-t southeast. ? lumber wagon
was stolen from a lot at the rear of
th?? home *>f Napoleon Murray. 4
Johnson's court northwest. Murray,
the owner of the wai-on. told the
police.
Two sets of harness and one bri
dle, all valued at $30. were reported
stolen from Jefferson Queen. 432
Temple court southwest
Albert Lindstrom. til' Shannon
place ?outhrast. Saturday ii.tht
loaned a horse ?nd wagon to a ne
gro, who g?ve the name of Robert
Corbin. t'orbin has not tri turned.
Clothin** likewise was ? favorite with
the thieve., yerterdav.
Rosa Kroan. BU Delaware avenue,
southwest, told the police of the theft
of a ?.'? lilack plush coat.
Two women's coats, a suit of male
clothing and other wearing apparel,
the value of which is not known, wa?
reported stolen from the home of Ed
w-ard Ganlz. UM Wisconsin avenue
northwest.
j A brown overcoat, in the pocket of
which was a pair of glo.es. was stolen
from the War Risk Club. MM Massa
chusetts avenue, northwest, David K.
White, ?*, A street, northeast, told
the police last night The coat is
? valued at *?-'"- ?*?
, Twenty dollars was stolen from the
leash resister draw.? nt the store of
?t .Sarah Kushner. 1G>?? P< laware avenue
; southwest, it was re-sorted last nicht.
James I'lysses. 7*0 Tenth street
northwest, ?ent h:s -.???:-?? ? - to g shop
to he cleaned. After ? *n.ling them.
I he rememl*. red he h?d left a f-*0 bill
in one of the pockets. When the
trousers came back they were
cleaned. So was th.- pocket. ? s
Hotel Has Much Sugar
While City 1$ Short
While dealers and householders
wer*-* ???okin?? fruitlessly for ?near.
51,000 pound:- was b* ???. d**liv?*rc*d
to a Cleveland hotel. Authorities
may invoke th?? Lever act
Manila Union Men
Start Store Chain
Manila.?A laboran?* mercantile
1 association hat?- been -rpanird to
operate ?tores owned cNdui-iv-Ty by
| union members. The first ???<* ..f
stock. $5.000 worth, is divi-a-d into
2.000 .--harf'F. The m-wly founded
?,aborers" Civic l_t ai?ue is promoting
tbe plan.
Hone* Cobbler Find? Gem Cache.
Alliance. Ohio.?stuffed in the toe
of a woman's shoo. G. R. Starkey. a
cobbler, found gems valued ?it $? -
00?. He returned them to their own?
whose name he refuses to divulge.
He lectured the lady severely on
her carlessness.
Tea Displace! Campai?*? Qfcju-,
Cleveland.?A serien of fifty "pre
cinct teas" have been arranged by
Mrs. W. G. Waitt. publicity chair
man of the Lakewood women's cam
paign committee. The woman's
parly is making the same use of
tea as the men do of cigars. It Is
explained.
Hein of Baronet Mat? Work.
London.?Sir l.dward Holder?, the
.famous banker, provides in his will
that the benefits of his estate shall
be withheld frtSm any of his heirs,
after his two sons, unless they are
actively engaged In a business op
profession.
Ride a Moose to Join Ckb.
Oxbow. Maine.?Guides and hunt
ers of the Nipisiguit River country
?.ver the Canadian ?order have or
ganised a club whose membership
Is open only ft? those who have rid
den on the back of a wild moose.
It can be done, they say.
German Sport Statu? Disputed.
Stockholm.?The international
Football Association I? perplexed
by the question of the standing of
the German-teams. British football
associations have announced that
they will withdraw if th? Gtrm-n?
are admitted. It la proposed to ad?
mit the Germans tentatively, but to
suspend their voting privileges.
TENNESSEE.
Memphis -NC-4 on trrp or Mlaal?
? Ippl KJvar.
Nashville -Inaurane? taxe
asan*.
Cleveland ?Mi?.? Mary Bore?
pie. Knoxville. head? State D A. tt
Clarksviile. ? Fuel administrate
askrd to hartdlr coal SMS? ?
Moscow.?Method!?*? will seek pa?,
tor for rtasal church.
Kno-rville ?Staub Thester to ba J??,
modeled at coet of ??,??. -,
NEW JERSEY.
c?mdrn ? Florence Erlckaoa. t, nd
milted to hospital. suffering
tetanus.
Mooreatown ??""ommuters tusk rail
rond conimi??!?? tar atop o?a?uu?s<
Ins of trains.
HarHaonvHle?E. E Nadara elect?
?uperlntendent of M. E. Bur>d?v sidiSfl;
Vincland -Evangeli?! R. B. Qp\,
opens union revi?al a-ervloe?.
filman ?Three Justices of the P**t}
choaen st recent el wet,on.
8wede?boro.?Dance anal rer-eptio
held by American Le?gi*?n
mI??g?n. b
?,r?r<l Rapids?Msrtin V? IJtffi?
?ton head? attorn, ?? rr|.r?.rnt;n| Sam'
I ?lor Newberry in election Inquiry.," '**
Dftro??Police se???* for xirr"
l.v* Hie Elliott. M, missine Indlaruttj*
| oil? woman.
?"oldwater?Mr. and Mrs. JOh '.
Ambrose in auto hit by ??mar????''
thrown ?into cow-catcher, ride to et?y*
tion.
??laa-kinaw ?*Vy.?4'ouniy will pa
j more?,taxes than ?tate allows H f*?
??-????? funds. ?I
Bite Itaptds.?Patrick Manaban. Tt
dies; rlaiim.l h? never had headacaW.
toothache, or doctor'? attention.
? YpallsnU?Prof ST. ? Arttau.?.
, made *IVa..iit ?'ounly er)u< ?tional di
I rector. . .
THEATER OPENINGS.
~~ * -
CONTINI tZ* mn>i PACE THROC.
erably above the u?ual artistic I'?*
of filmed faro**?.
Another feature of the hill tHi*
; waa jrreeted with enthusiastic an
! piova) hy the crowd? in attendant
? maa th*1 new insue of the news re?
1 which placed upon the street* acca
? rat? visualization-* of the ?-vent* 9
? the past week, which lent thertaj
? selves with ?teatent fa? tlity to t?C
; requirements of the cameraman m
The chief phulopla-y feature of tt-{
diversified hill, arranged for y es tes
day and today, was the film ver*i<iF
of "Please Oet Married." the faroorj
j farce hy Jame?-. <"ull'-n and Lem]
Allen Browne, with Viol? Dana
?tbe stellar role, a complete revie-J
of which will be found in conne
; tion with the Metropolitan Theate
| where this splendidly mount*
{??creen Classile production also
accorded first Washington presenta
; lions yesterday.
-!
? rti-adair? Mel r..pallta?>??-Plfiv Oe
married.**
t If "Please Get Married" in tt.? arttc
? ulate version had possessed the mac
nif.cen<^of setting and the uniformi
artistic finish that characteriae th
famous f.tree ?a photoplay form, a
revealed to capacity audiences a
? "rendali** Metropolitan Theater yea
terday, ft probably would still b
teijtnin-7 as the l.iuphing hit of I i road
?ay. Viola D.ina and Antrim Shor-i
' incidental! . contribute impersona
tlona of the harassed young, newly
j weds that compare rather more th?
? favorably with the ori-rtnai portrayal
; of the amusing lieu rea In the pia
. first etched by Edith Taliaferro an
Brant Truex.
It would be well for young peopl
' coi templadme ?ti-rrvptitiouj? matri
. TTiony to lend thc-ir earnest scrutin
Ito this pictured tale of a ?oleacea
! love ?ttemplimc to combat Um com
hined embarrassment;- heaped ???
| tt by Irate parents, an outraged clerjr
I and orer sealou? plain clothes me
a-signed to a fashionable hot?
There should be no doubt ?bout th
I !? reality of the ma m-neo. A burri?
J married Muriel Ashley ?nd Kerd
Walton. They -aere fooled complet el;
hy the perfr-ctlon of his dlsarulse a???
the fact that he ?a? known a? *>
"Parson." It mas only the fact tha
this prowler In the nisht happened t
i I?*? a regularly ordained minister suf
urine an attack of :imne. la tha
. enabled those mo-l directly cotice-rno?
'to unravel a aeries of complications
pursuant to ? ha?ty elopement, tha
threatened the reputation and pese,
of impd of two eminently respecta bl?
families The elopera In the e< staa;
of their perfect love were the less
concerned of all that they irr.?ht nr?
ilottt
' ?ve m.-imed with all of the surety tha
.conventional society deem?- -requisite
I Th*> store? Is one that hubblea -ariti
? harmless rood humor and the flic
| tured scenes are not nearl> so shock
?ine as they are beau* fu! Mis* Pakt
'Kite* a spriphtly p? rf orma nee ?s f?
| bride and a lar-e e supporting rpy
does much to add to the effecttvenef.
I of one of the most divertine; comedi?.
jtltal haa f..u*id it* way to cellulo ~
The photography is exception?
I brilliant. ?
S-ipr-lrmcntin-r the major feature t?
the bill are a number of urnis-tia-Jlt
interesting ? ub*id,ary featurea. Kof-K
most nmone th?-se i? a new two-r?rf
'absurdity bearing the title of **S<jua'bt
and Squabbles.*" In which the role mt
chief importance In the creation <*\
| mirth is a*sum<*d with completA.4*?<j
I ces s hy James Aubrey The Pa-f?
j Review, with Its nat-iral colo-*- stud*t
? and analysts of motion: the pithj
| Topics of the I-ay* picturired c-err-?if
?e\ent* and cornet solo, ' Yearn in cT
j played with muslrianly effect by
1 \V. Nappi complete one of the
delightful bills of the season.
?
Hwuftr Teats Mm'* Hemtaty.
Chicasro? Mr?. Maud Bsll nt-tes
Boot*h. head of the Volunteers ??'
America, t?>ld ?O* member? an?
ruesU of the Rota?-)- Club thst. ?in
til they had been te ?ted by htnit-r
it was unwise to say "I'd ralhei
starve than ateal." Mrs. Booth, r*-?
icently returned from war priavr
! camp? abroad., spoke In ?V-half t>
' prison r.-form.
Sc?ral I. Dt.tfc by Uhi SoMmt
West Bromwlch.?Geore? Hue
Janitor of the town hall, diad oi
frlsrbt whrn an insane soldier, wilt
one le?, ascenda?! to the roof of tha
building and began tn break *kv
llsrhts and yell. H*itt. who wa?
'through ?ira?? of the hottest acttotr
in Flanders, thought the hall waf
be?ng attacked and died of heart
failure.
"The a?aa?e mt tbe Amarte??? Red
Craaa will lama? be blea??ed la aw?
twaalr?. wlta aBrraal?! rart,| ?
haa ?asarked wawwaa?? ?be .aftrrta?
abawila? a wplrtt at abiaesratlam atad
?Wwatlaa mt wMrh I eawwwl ***
hl?kl- speak
"Tawer-UlaaMe wrtH ressala Jba
?awawswF *t the A*
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