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>01DGN REPRESENTATIVE
IU a c. BECK WITH S4-IC1AL tMR
Tat OOw.
feS=E
LOST.
LOST?PAY ENVELOPE CON
taming $65. Owner's name on
envelope. Liberal reward if re
turned to cashier Washington
Herald. jal4-11 I
WANTED?AGENTS ~ ~
W? STABT TOC IX THB OANDT Bl'81
?t bom*, lull room ? iu*^"
?eerythlng hnliM. Earn HO waekly up.
Men or WOMB. Experience aaaeceeeary.
Ad "rt*. ** ctady. Writ* for aartle?lafn. ?
SPBCIALTY CAXDYMAXINO CO., ? South
ISth it, Philadelphia. Pa._ JalS-tf ?
HELP WANTED?MALE
ONE UNION MACHINIST BLACK- I
smith. Apply at once. W. E.
Greaves, Fleischmann Co.. Langdon,
D. C. ' * ? ja!4-3t
MIDI WANT*E. WSJT? OH^-mARS ?
*U MS Blaa abore mxII-mUnod
tiaaa. n?i HiwaiMh lodlndual. toetroctlco In r?
pairing ac4 driving of aotomobiloe rtl ?t l?
I STTgaad ^ttloa The demand te
wl mhi i eUioac bo aopptied. Unlimited
?aim at nail coot. Dor and mlM daaam. I
Toolo and equipment free. C?U. phone m w?to
I? particalaia. NATIONAL ACT0M081U
COLLZOK, Xh and 0 eta. a?. North 1S1*.
1*1 III Ml
wanted-^highest" grade
auto mechanic. Man capable of I
teaching theory as well as practical I
work. Must be able to instruct!
classes of beginners. Highest pay. I
Two hours per day, five days a
week. Apply BOX 765, Herald
office. jal 3-7t I
WANT ED ? MAN WHO CAN I
qualify as instructor in class of I
telephone electricians, on instru-1
ments. switchboard, lineman, etc. I
Two hours per day, five days a
week. Excellent pay. Apply BOX I
858. Herald office. ja!3-7t
PERMANENT EMrUTtfKVT UNDER tiOOD
wreting noHOcttt lor young and middle'*d
Mr. wfco aro ambitious to learn tbo etreet tall-1
> wages for motormbti and
* ? CONDUCTORS:
?I Neat also month# per bow
After one year JBc J** ???
Pull credtt given for former aorrlco wtth tWl I
rom poor and Sic PEE HOUR GIVES TO MEN I
WHO HAVE HAD ONE TEAR OB MOBE,
CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE WITH OTHER
COMPANIES IN THE PAST FIVE YEABS. |
Apply Tneaday aod Friday after J * a.
EMPLOYMENT AND 1NSTBUCTIUN
DEPARTMENT.
WASHINGTON BAIL WAT * EL EC. CO.,
)Rh and Coat Capital at*
dal-tt
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
YOUNG LADIES TO JOIN AS MEMBERS ?
of onr hand painted china club. Address :
BOX 88C. Herald office. ja!4-2t J
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. I
COMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOM. IN ?
private home, for one or two geatlemeo. H
Call North ?MVt Jal4-3t ?
200%?B ST. SB.?TWO COMFORTABLE I
room* for rent; each *12 aod pro-rata on ?
?u Mil. Jal4.18 ]
l?4l R ST. NW?TWO DOUBLE ROOMS. ?
comfortably fnnriahed. all conveniences. ; I
rirfUcnt meala. North 2323. JalVSt !
321 MD. AVB. NE.. APT. 3?LARGE FRONT ?
room la private family. Phone Lincoln ?
604S. Jal4^t fl
1?14 H ST. S*.?MODERN SINGLE ROOM; ?
gentleman. Phone Llneoln 343S. Jal8 3t ;|
AjlO 4th ST. SW.?CHOICE ROOM AD- I
Maine bath; new houae; a. m. 1.; rea-?
ooable. Phooa Colnmbln 5102-W. ]a!3-3t ?
Labor. warm, bright HOUSEXEEP ?
tog room; central location; hot watar.
1011 nth at. aw. jal?-3t J
WANTED?FURNISHED ROOMS.
WANTS D-NICELY IfRNISHED ROOM I
wtth plenty of beat In ?ell-kept houae by em- ; I
stored couple in neighborhood of Government
rrintina 04oa by ISth In northwmt aaction. Ad- ?
draw BOX TM. Harald oBce. I
"UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
. ~vt.?NW.?VERY CHEAP RENT; I
or three rooms; call at 3 p. m. or ?
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FOR RENT?ROOMS AND BOARD
Oar Classified Ads.
Tell how?where?and when.
Try THE HERALD
When in want?now?and then.
BUR. NW.. NOST& II IT! I 11 I ENT.
ualy priced. I
fMlrf FarMshed Apartment.
6 OR 7 ROOMS, FURNISHED,
* downtown section, for 5 months
at least, housekeeping; not more
than $200 monthly. Write R. J.
ROCHON, Harrington Hotel or
Herald office. ja-6tf.
TABLE BOARD.
TABLB BOABfc r.f-nO BOMB COOKING.
v-ft* U?o too? ja!4-rn
FOR SALE - MISCELLANEOUS.
?aiih in?l? iiIIMih, n
iTTiImi atft SCHMID'S BIRD
?TORE.
MONET TO LOAR.
wm. *. aaCNDCu * oo.
evtbers ?aBdBrt ** th it. aw.
x ^ ,-s ? v * -
Liberty Bonds
CASH
All Issues
AND
Denominations
Wt A1m Bay Part Paid Liberty
Bond Cards aad
WAR SAVINGS
STAMPS
colDf through any rd
, tap*
liberty Investment Co,
920 F Street N. W.
Dm Dillr ? A.M. t? 5.30 P.M.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
I ?OB AS LITTLE AS II.MB CASH AND IS
, KaUmnta at tan than rat ron am own tka
j tai rm alwaj* toiud J. Lat w lnua
| roar hotna. ACT AT OXCt For farttcr 1?
A. M. MULLIGAN.
Pkow OnHnl i?-w. SIS Notthaapua at
Cbrrr Chaaa. D. C oM
FOR SALE?REAL ESTATE.
At Bracfcury His. D. C.?High and
Healthy, 300-ft. Elevation.
WO per lot, $10 down and HO per month; H>
per cent discoant for cash.
Now is the time to own some D. O. reel
estate and your chance to buy at the right price.
R. F. BRADBUBY.
2236 Pa. are. se.
Phone for Appointment, Lincoln 2389
JaM-Ut
LITP US SEBVB YOU IN DEPOSING
OP YorB PROPERTY. WE SAVE
ALL UNNECESSARY ANNOYANCE
BOTH TO OWNERS AND TENANTS
AND GUARANTEE QUICK AND SAT
ISFACTORY RESULTS. GALL MAIN
23 FOR PERSONAL SERVICE.
M. A. BAYLE6 A CO..
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
19 PA. AVE. <NW
Ja*?t
ii
Automobiles
USED CARS?ACCESSORIES
-REPAIRING?TIRES.
GUARANTEED 5,000
MILE TIRES?MADE
BY US
30x3 N. S $10.80
30x314 N. S 13.50
32x3?/2 N. S 16.00
31x4 N. S 20.00
33x4 N. S 21.00
" 34x4 N. S 22.00
35x414 N. S. 29.00
36x4"/2 N. S. 30.00
Government Tire and Rubber Co.
1410 14th St. N. W.
Washington An to Top Co.,
1227 New York are.
Auto Tope and Recovering
Our Specialty.
J*lS-5t
FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Motors completely overhauled, $15; work
guaranteed; prompt service. E. L. JACK
SON, 171 Pierce st. nw. Phone North 5307.
RADIATOR ^
FORD HADiiroH8. nico tboci
ROLLS-BOrc*, NICKEL.
?"!'? abeU lot "FOBDS.
WIPMTAIT. 31J aux nw.. below Pa am
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR C07
WELDING OF PARTS.
Cast iron, steel and aluminum radiator repair
ing and scored cylinder*. First-class work only.
*?!??? and quick "trie* See Mr. BILL
Frank. 7390. Southeast cor. 12th and O sta. nw.
ecl-tf
MAXWELL TOURING, 1017; EXCELLENT
mechanical condition; gpod tires; $375.
North 022. Jtll-?t
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
SAFETY FIRST
ABSOLCTCLT PTBKFBOOF ITOlAtl.
Booms, It and up. Moving and Pn-Mng
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO., 41AJB lftk
st. aw. Phous Main 1229 and Franklin MH tf
MOVING.
We fwmUh large padded vans and wM mm
to handle oat roods. \
PACKERS of furnitve. ptanea. ehtna. brio-*,
ferae, etc. Btperiencsd men only.
SHIPPING to all part* of the world. '
STORAGE (or furnitwe. rtanos, and fini
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
jt: l>pe?illUn PiwarnM. ? ?p;
Children s Horoscopes and Vocational Guldanoa
FB1NK THEODOBI ALLIM. Dinetot. Aatn
Mlcal Reeeezth Soetet;. Mi S nw. Pint
?MUU ?? Appointments fratort*.
LIGHT Oil AT J. LIFTS PBOBLEMS.
- ?*?
SPECIAL NOTICE. "
WOBKl.NGMBN?THB STBADY NAM i?5&
la wnrto? tard >11 daj ebMld tar tka
wort* or Ma rath and that'a ow war; aaa
tawweeaU boat (rade ot aHshtlr naed orar
"VT: ? ??: lots of cold wee tier to com
JJ tha dreaaea aad coats,
a? op- JMTB1 out STAND. US D
> JaM-lt
ON AND ATiaa THIS DAT* I *OL NOT
be responsible far any debts contracted by
aajoM other tkan myself. FREDRICK A.
**A' ? Jal4-St
SPW'IAL MBETIMl or w. A FBASBB
Caaap, W. O. W.. at Nortbaaat Unit!
Ta?ple. Ttaradar at 12:10 p. m? ,. attoad
f?ssrsl ft ear lata Bar. Halror Paabra
DATID a. PAVUON. Cm. Com. '
Thi* is a Want Exchange I'm conducting. On the right
form* the line of those who want home*. On the left
form* the line of tho*e who want tenant*.
I, Oliver Towne, am the middle man. Among these
line* you'll find your .landlord, Mr. Tenant, because Mr/
Landlord is looking over your line to find you. You're
sure to come together at this meeting point.
Put your Want Adv. as a liner in this paper. It will
carry your message all over town.
The Washington Herald
- Main 3300. /
CLAIRVOYANTS.
Mrt. BOSWELL.
PALMIST AND CW1RVOTANT.
Gives advice on ousinesa matters. Iotp, health
and family affairs; tells if the one you love la'
true or false, what part of the country ii hick-1
iest to you, what to do to be succassful in life;
when ami whom you will marry. In fact,
matter what your hope, fear or ambition.- come
to this noted palmist sod And help. Hfcrr is
no need to be unsuccessful or unhappy. No
matter what the cause her adrica removes sU
trouble. hits guarantees ftatlsfaction. Minn,
IIJO. flO 7th st. nw.( between O and H sta
Jal4-7t
MME. RUTH.
Palmist, Chairvoyant and Phrenologist.
Can be consulted daily on ?U affairs of lift
satisfaction guaranteed; hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p.
m. 8?udio S19 9th gt. nw. ja4-tf
MADAME D'ASHMaN.
Gifted Clairvoyant, Card Reader
Will help you in lore, rrariiage, divorce. busi
ness or changes; she can tell you lots of thingi
you will ha dad to know. Special holidays
readings. C; hours, 11-7; Sundays, M. 1391 O
St. nw.. Room 3I> Oor. 13th and O. opposite
Droop's Music Store. ^ defl-tf
MADAMJEANETTL
Egyptian Palmist and Claireegant. Guaran
tees ta read your entire U'e; she does not tell
to pleas* but before you utter a word sha will
tell what you called for; ****** and dates of
wben and who you will marry; If true or false;
how to win and hold the one you do lo*?; what
taMtaesa and part of the country la best for yog
and tat what to do to make a aucni life;
apecial readinga. fl 09. 109 7th gt. nw.. opposite
Saks Co Satitfsctioo gusrsnteed.
PALM1STR1. ?T
MADAME EINGER
English Gypsy Palmist and blairvoyant; tells
you anything you wish to know; satisfaction
guaranteed. UP Pa. era, aw. (Cpgtairaj.
MADAM~EPFX~
Genuine Egyptian Palmist: reads past, pr
ent and future; satisfaction guaranteed. f9l Pa.
an nw. ucOtf
RIZPAH ELDON.
Is feown aa one of its greatest exponenta Hun
dreds visit this remaikable woman daily; com- |
plete readings with accurate descriptions of what
jour hand foretells, only fl. Beceptioo parlor na
corner at 9th and G nw. Entrance 6th st. Hours.
19 a. na. to 9 p m. >e2ft-Kt
BUSINESS CHANCES. ~
OIL AND UAH
Will gire three-fourths of the production
to party wrho will develop oil snd gas lesse
in Central West Virginia; lease is in a
producing field and proven by production on
three nides in near vicinity; lesses aggre
gate 150 acre*; production is secured in Gor
don k Fifth Sands, grade of oil Penna.; I
will join a practical DRILLER with outfit in
the organization of sn operstiag rompsn.v.
Address Jk. JOWNBTON, 1S2S 11th st. nw.,
Washington, D. C. jal4*lt
PROPOSALS.
SALE BY THE NAVY OFFICE
BUILDING AND GARAGE
T15 SEVENTEENTH STREET. *. W.
There will be nold by sealed pro
posals to be received not later than
11:00 A M.. Jan. 16. 1920. by the Bu
reau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy
Department, Washington, P. C.. the
building formerly used by the NAVY,
as office and file room and later as
a garage - at 715 Seventeenth St..
N. W.
This is a one-story building con
structed betweerv prior existing I
brick walls and of tile; floor is of
concrete in garage portion and pine
in the office portion; roof is of lum
ber. The building is 49 feet 5 inches
by 147 feet 2 inches, with one front
and three rear service doors. The
office portion is separated from the
garage by a Are wall of hollow tile
and is divided into a hall and throe
offices. There 1? a complete heating
plant consisting of boiler, piping and
radiators properly installed. The
building is wired for electric lights,
and the garage is lighted by fourj
skylights. There fere two closets. ;
The building may be inspected
upon application to the Sales and ?
Salvage Section, Bureau of Supplies t
and Accounts. Navy Department, I
Seventeenth and B Streets. N. W.t
Washington, D. C.
Sale will be for cash to the .
highest bidder by sealed proposals.)
A deposit of 20 per cent of the total I
amount of the" bid Is' r^qiifred.
Catalogs of sale and further in- I
formation may be obtained from the
Sales and Salvage Section. Bureau
of Supplies and Accounts. %Navy De
partment. Seventeenth and B
Streets, N. W.. Washington. D. C.
Phone Main 2790. Branch 143. JO
SEPHL'S DANIELS, Secretary of the
Navy?1-9-20.
SPIRITUALISTS
PROF. MARCUS LA MAR
POR YEARS WASHINGTON 8 FAVORITE
ADY1H1R.
Most remarkable reader of human destiny
of the present age. far in advance of the i
ordinary readers yon meet, in a claim dis
tinctly alone, giving full names, facts, tig- j
ures and location* without asking you one
single question. Just think of a man that \
can clone his eyes and nee your whole life i
flashed before him like a panorama. Mar- j
cus La Mar can tell you what yoij have done, j
what you are now doing, and tells you- ex- I
aetly what you are going to do. His ad
viae on love affairs la considered wonderful,
he never - fails " to reunite the separated,
brings about your every wish and gives never
failing help and advice on business, law
suits. cLauges, or most any affair of in
terest. He succeeds In the most difficult
cases where ordinary readers have failed.
Call today.,he will surprise you. Hours; 11
a. m. to 6 p. m. dail.v; closed Sundays.
1220 G st. nw.
Jail.18.14
Schools
And f
Colleges
LEARN LANGUAGES
AT THE
BERUTZ SCHOOL
81? 14TH ?T. W. W.
By tbe Berlin Method Stu
dent* learn not only to ra?d
and write, but eepeclaUy to
aaderstaad and to *?eak tbe
foreign lansuare.
TRIAL LESSON FRM.
ZCM Hn aad W?i
LAW?
GHBtlBc d?greci LL.B., LI..M.
C*urfc? BckIbi Jan. 13
Complete year's work by mM
summeri uvea a year.
40 Meholariklpt to ex-setTleo
ACCOUNTANCY?
l.arseat C. P. A. Faculty.
Largeat aad oldest school la eltr?
Degree-Granting Powers.
Prepares for C. P. A. or Bastaossi;
PREPARATORY?
Accredited Basis. Day aad Etc-i
nin*?Grsde?Hi all ftehooL
DRAFTING?
Architectural
Mechanical?95.00 per month*
COMMERCIAL?
Gross Shorthand. 9^.30 per month*
Bookkeeping. Typewriting.
Other Courses Bulletin Free
1736 G St N. W. i
8250 I alflaVatta
watch thu (-lab!) in An voLdSwervB
nUnn of tb. trowtk o? tu. dt? Thii
f>t k?s like to odd suggestion-bet it tm'L
EARN
$3,000 to $10,000 A Year
At A Profession That Pays.
ACCOUNTANCY
La Salle Extension University
The LarK^nt Buslaess Training In
stitution la the World.
Write or Call Mala 7?M
752-3 MUNSEY BUILDING
OPRW EVE*1?C?
; VOUNG WOMEN'S
Christian Association
1333 F St. Phoae M. 85S7
Enroll now for the expression
and public-speaking classes?both
elementary. Advanced courses
under the instruction of Mr. C. A.
O'Connor. _ __
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
WRECKING AWI> BUILDING.
WK~WKEck? alTklnds of"buildings.
A. B THOMPSON, in t ?. M
DBTECTIVK AGENCY.
Secure Actios by Coining to tbe
INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF
INSTIGATION
Suite 115. 14i3 r at. sw. Phone Mais 431".
Higli-clafc* l>e tec tire Service. Licensed
and Bonded.
ROBERT HOWLETT
formerly U, 8. /k. Investigation end '?1
years Police Experience and Activity.
Principal. Jall-15t
"pBKFRIGERATOHS d ICE BOIBi.
Refrigerators. Ice Boxes
THAT ARE SUPERIOR
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757
AUCTION ?A1.K?.
ACCIIOST SALE KVERT THfrtSt>AT At
IC3 N wt. nw Furniture: caipets, clothing,
?hoes and general houae topplie*; tale at 10
E. R. RUSSELL & CO.
Auctioneers de7-tf
PAIlfTING.
PAINTING.
Painting contractor; estimates cheerfully given;
first-clasfc union workman. Write or call
H. F. GRIFFITH.
S? B ?t. n-- doS-M
"SCHOOL DAYS" ? . By dwic
Park View Gets Triceratops
To Start Museum
From Curator.
With the nodal of a trlceratops
" a starter, a museum will ba es
tablished In tba Park View school
houaa. which already houaea a post
offlce, a grocery atora. a notary pnb
llCa offlce and a library all under
the eupervlalon of the Park View
Community Center.
A trlceratops la a slant dlnoaaur
with three horna on lt? head. The
model waa preaented to the Park View
center yestertfay by Charlea OUmore.
aaalatant curator of the National Mu
aeum. It It a duplicate of, ? model
he made for the Muaeum.
OUmore Intenda to make duplicate
modela of hi* work on pnleontologlcaV
creaturea for the Park View muauem.
Pour hundred new membera of the
Park View Citizens' Aaaociation will
be given a reception at the school to
night. Ex-Oov. John Burke, of North
Dakota, and now Uplted Stataa Treaa
urar. will be a apeaker. There wll be
a musical program. Mra. Aurora Ed
wards will give readings.
CWftf Fomer Marriage, Saes.
Marie A. Hall, through her attor
ney. Ous A. Schuldt. yesterday Med
petition for annulment of her mar
riage to Harry L. Hall, charging that
before their marriage in Wilmington.
1" 1913, the defendant had mar
ried Katherine E. Feeney, in Wash
lngton, on or about July 8, 18W.
LIBERTY BONDS
Bought for
CASH
Also Part-Paid
Cards and
War Savings
Stamps 1
Ail unlet and denomination* in
any amount
Liberty Bond Exchange
604 14th St.
Branch. 915 Pa. Ave.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS."
KOR KAI.K-- LAD1E8' I'NIQUg IMPORTED
I Kamchatka fur eost; new; ullk Used- foi
! collar; ^ith muff. Write BOX 42S. 17S?
i ' Jan. l?. 18
, tvi-kwriteu. l. r. smith kob Ss
j ?,r*\V W?1 ?a41tiea; a aacriflce. BOX
811. H>r?ld office. Jal4-lt
PERSONaTsT^^^
Orlslnal Palmlat. A.troiogUt aM Clalr.oT.nt
PROF. KALEEL MARZABAN
' .Koor; *? ?"? ? >tt* and c eta.
!*. Ho?ir? from 9 a. ?>. to 7 n. m Pha?
l Main 1055. Call jour same free over phone
I laM-lt
.Medicine may me?n anything, but
Tl -RA-HE Herbal and Vegetable
Compound i* the safest, purest, most
reliable remedy you can buy. The
it -HA-HL. treatment is a real help
ful medical treatment. Osman'a
giandparents were herb specialists,
and in the?r wonderful herb gardens
you could And the rarest and strang
est medicinal plants, and when they
selected roots and herbs and made a
medicine it was sure to benefit stif
fennff humanity. Herb remedies
Jh^^divi8 thousands of years agro.
h^leKreve?18 that ,he ancients
used herbs and prayers with irreat
we1rt-V^0,.WhT b? " ha"
JT? h? .?u.can ,mProve !'??' eondt
1'?" our Great TI'-KA-HK
Indian W igwam Treatment, get well
and stay well. I have a special
mtnl'H'r ?our Part"r"lar ail
w me pet >"ou well
and make you happy, healthy. Wc
worth liviliK.your "fe "111 be well
LEO S. OSMAN,
, I 728 7th Street N. W.
Store open on Thursdays. Fridays
and Saturdays, from ? A M. to 9 P
?? Saturday tntll IX p. m.
Parties Dedring to Lease
SWISS MILK GOATS
?please communicate with Uie Secrvtar* of
the Aaiociatloa. 1S^>
amateur SOXG WHITER*;, let?ME
*nte the mumc to your ?ong ;<oeme. I
ftnd P??bluh mumc. Em. l**
JOHNSON, 908 10th st ne. TeL Lincoln 4496
_ J*??t
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
OVER 30 YEARS STSS'J^SSS
herroua and Special Duaaeaa of Men Woneni
Means Health to You if You Suffer
I*?* ?beat*. Rheumatism. OowUpa.
Throat. Lun*s, Brain. Heart,
awl 8tin Difleaeea. Nerrooa Debility. Kldnn
Dfeaaaaa, Bladder Trouble Specific ?Hh| Pt*.
?obioc, Eriptiona, Ulcers and All Private Die
?ajaa Cored fee Ufe by Safe M-Owda.
Charges Low. TVIedicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Honrs. una i ? a Suiidan. 1? la 11
funeral Designs! ~
Appropriate Funeral Tokens
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F St
Plow* auto dell Terr eerrioa.
DIED.
GARRETT?On Monday. January
at ?J26 "? m- VIRQ1N'IA
E\NON, widow of. Charlea F.
Garrett.
Funeral from the residence of
her son-in-law. Mr. George *B.
Squires. 1S5# Otia place north
west, on Wednesday. January 14.
1120, at 1:30 p. m. Interment
private, at Arlington. Va.
CHAPMAN ? On Sunday evening
January 11. 1920. In New York,
of pneumonia. ROBERT HOL
LI8TER CHAPMAN. beloved
husband of Frances Andrews
Chapman.
Funeral from hla late residence,
2011 Q street. Wednesday. Jan
uary It. at 2 p. m. Interment
at Arllnirton.
PAUU5EN?On Monday'. January 12,
at 1:10 p. m., at hia residence.
1JS? G street northeast. HAL
VOR. beloved husband of Mar
garet I. Paulsen (ne* Dalkln).
Funeral Thursday. 1:?0 p. -to. In.
terment at Arlington
Score of D. C Bub'
Sect Officers and Director!
CONHKUBD rtOH PAGE SIGHT.
*? ?*amaU. Charles
? ? ?*T. Joha Joy b<?iiii. T W
Noyea. ildLW. Mm
' l?n<? I.
Mo chufu ware mad* In Us* dl
">? "?"?>? National
fmoh foUowtag directors and
officer* war* re-elected: L, W. Her
a\ \.c- Rodman. W. D. Sullvan i
fl.r n P' A. Loef
*- A. Dor*. 8. D. Lincoln ha.
"*l?fUrt- W W. Griffith. H. T. Off
B^wnV/' ? ? Pumphrey. J. w.
'? 8tr"?>nrrer. F. D.
p- T Mor?n, Floyd E. Da,
nnr L*ttarn?r M. C. Huon
H. R. Norton, and A. Gately.
' XallM.1
Th* National Bank of Washington
UtoklSi*Vhw'<iilOW,>r director. C.
nlJ - Ward man M a. Keane.
fchi/^i. W Mo" Chart*.
v ? F Norra*?t. A. J. llay.
f;?" p- -Andrew*, D. Fraser. J. M.
ueavers, Oeorge B Goeta. E c
Rr*TJ*ii*fr P ,8fck*' C *? r~
R. Jelleft. John Scrivener Max
Fischer. O. L. starkey. E. c. Bran
denbarr. M. F. Flynn. U Woodbury.
O. Shumate. O. a. Smith D. J. calli
**n- ? C. Millar. F. W PI acre. H.
C. Duffey. P. c Walshe. J. a. Meln
J*r*. J. T. Hendrick. C. W. Lee. <j.
W. Foreberg. H. Norman and M
E. Marlow.
WHklsrlM Leu ax Tint
of director* of
the Washington Loan and Traat
Company was re-elected. The hoard
'? composed of ftl? following: A.
A- Johnson, H. W Wiley.
' Clapp, Martin A. Knapp, F
A. Fleming. Thomas Bradley. H. G
Vee,Knlh' ^?Uy- J ?" LetU- J
pfcnii George Truaadell. s. J.
Phillips, Donald Woodward. F. P.
Reeside, A. Cane Jr.: T w Navm
Arthur Peter. ^ cLSTb
Ba?ey. G. A. King. F. E. 5**
and^feh , W' 8
ana John Joy Edson.
National Capital.
'occurred In the direc
torate of the National Ca?*U Bank
? board waa re-elected. The
1920 board includea the following: Al
?? F- DonohoT john
A r- u Fl?ner. M. A. Weller
A. G. Herman. H. H. McKm ft ?
Walker. Albert Carry, w. H Ma
lowe. J a Earnahaw. s. o. Eb?rly.
W. P. CUBtaSw. *' Slmpaon and
frarklla XailtuL
Rankin A. Todd and John <J. Ste
phenson were added to the board of
the Franklin National Bank Wilson
Tlmberlaka was not re-ejacted to the
Jj*1*- , Th? additional director* of
the institution are aa follows R v
Duvan. M. Hopfenmaier. T" H ?
h"' Gardlner^?8. 'uS. Wp
c pHHilrht R rt8 TTurk- E r H4JL
C. P. Hirht and T. p. Hickman
Dapoat National.
The Dupont National Bank added
r of w E- Clark and " T
ciJS* naid 10 IU boArd w. ?
* "JL ect#d 10 #u?oeed W. K.
X)ennls. The director* who were re
elected Include Chandler Hale E C
Copenhaver. J. L. Harrlman. A. R
Cuahman. J. H DeSlbour. John BaT
rett Paul Dulaney. U A ISaSrhS^
F f.e"'h*r,t#nh??*h. T. B. Sweeney!
F. H. Rldteway, H. H WeaLcotL w
W. 8paid. Melville Glllett. B. L. Du
laney and Albert Doucla*
Psnsrn aad Meehaale* Hau**aL
O. T. Slmpaon waa elected a snem
ber of the board of director* of the
Farmers and Mechanics' National
Bank. Directors re-elected went J.
McK. Berrv. . harle* H. Crsgin. J
E Dyer. Henry W Fiehar. Harry V
Hayne* William King. J. H I>ee. G.'
T J" StMBtoD and
, Robert D. Weaver.
C on tin ratal Traat.
, J"! bo"d of the Conunen
tal Trust Company, with the eieep
''on ?f H. Baden, who resign^
?VM?- of the Commercial
NationsBank, was re-elected The
u?rd for 193D |. aa ,0,lowli; F
, Itoigiano. J. R. Campbell. C. G. pflu
' rerV: iK? Allen E" Walker. C.
|C. Calhoun. C. E. Galllher Q T
w0ti i V Karrlck- U Jenkins,
uj William P Reeves. T.
iH Melton. S. A. Manuel. G. H Pe
w- M- Spring, c. W. Warden,
^ P; c*.rtfr- L- C. strider. F. s!
I Bright. F. H Edmonds, c W
| Semmes, w. R. Merriam. D. T
,te'Jan'en- W S Waahb'j,,,
and W. U Browning, elected to the
board at yesterday's meeting.
Security Ssvlan aad CoamereiaL
' Edward* resigned from the
board of the Security Saving* and
Commercial Bank. The directors re
elected follow: J. H. Carter C J
Langmead, W. H. Lmklns. ' C. W.
Darr. James F. Flynn. T. A. HcKee
J. I. Payne. G. H. Judd. J. T Hen
drick. Fred McKee. S. W. Straus. G.
R. Linking and Julius I. Pcvser Wil
liam Clark Taylor and W. W. Spaid
tng were elected to the board yes
i terday.
Wuklagtm tariBtL
The Washington Saving* Bank
I chose the following directors: Robert
|D. Barrett. James F. Brennan. John
19: n- George B. Bryan. Nolen I-.
IChew. William H. Gottlieb, John D
Leonard, Thomas L McEneany. Wll
1 ?"^Ev?y' Ellot V. Noyes.
wm? S ?ern" William M. Phelan
TV illiara E. Russell, Edw. H. Schlrmer
?? Venable and Thomas D.
w alsh. The directors elected the fol
1 owing Officers: William M. Phelan
president; J. D. Leonard, vioe presi
dent and treasurer; William J Mr
Evoy andGeorge B. Bryan, rice presi
dents. Robert J. Earnshaw and H G
Reagan, assistant treasurers.
Northwest Saving..
w?t 'a? *nnu?l ^meeting of the North
west Savings Bank the following di
rector* were elected: James M. Beall
8?,BrlKht' ?uiMPPe Ferrero. H.
Lewla Flemer. Herbert P. Gerald,
rfeorg-e "? Macdonald, Francis M
Savage. Charles D. Weidenhamer. D.
S. Blrney. Frederick C. Bryan. Wll
Ham T. Fitagerald, William B.' Foil
ke*r' tM*t" G?>rge T. Par
ker, L. Evan* White. The officers
were aa /ollowa: Francl* H. Sa^ge
Bright. Leon Theunissen, rlca presi
T. Fitzgerald. tr?l
urer; Hubert T. Plaster, caahier; Syd
ney Thompson, aaalatent caahier,
Frederick C. Bryan, counsel.
??eiety far Savtasa.
The following were elected as
trustee* and officers of tha Society
for Saving* and Loan* at thalr an
nual meeting: Trustee* John S.
Beach, ot. th* Pension Bureau- J
T. Exnlclos. W. H. Kervin. of "o,.
Government Printing Office- rw
Ralph M. La ComteTDr. 3. 1^/
l'n Meyer, of the Bureau of Stand
ards; Loul* Ottenberg, R E. Pot
ter. of the Southern Railway- R. j
Quinn. of the War Department ll
A. Rosafy, of th* War Department
C Mel Tin Sharpe, of the Treasury
and Dr. J. Roland Walton. Officer."
Loul* Ottenberg. president: *_ j'
Quinn. vice president: L. A. Roeafy
aecretary; J. T. Exrleloa. treasurer
and general manager.
lalted States Sa<
Wade H. Cooper wa
president; William D.
^JIMbur H Zepp. vio*
"111lam R- DaLaekmutt.
'<*? ?? Oufc. aaatatant
i?ar ? -
I,s^j6cr?vsi -
r WUlta. *. |
w V? i
?* 0**r Banm. John J. -fci - .
J*enma X. Cooper and CkuKa X
GoKUmlth. Witt! (ha mipili, ,t
*r. Tartar, ait WW na-alaett?a.
k?a? h |
r>wk H Mllburn n4 R
P??*le?ta: A. R.
/*?*?? """ d?* Poaltiaa or
Mr. unburn nca^d humalf but
Mr. Daoham ?u elected to nil a ?a
c*mcy. He ftg a rarraVr of the firm
of Hoover and Den ham, and hu titan
" ?eTwai" *** Unl?" **'
for
u t?" "* W*4* H O???r.
H. B. Denture CWtai A. Gold.
f*1"1' Frank P Mitburn Qua Brah
l?r. Simon Orimluli?i. jr. H km
D. W. Thayer. Victor a. Ee
Ell ?* M
Cooper
Birtlu Reported
Ciimm wiiktam. a
"Wl.ut *1". 81 tea. fc<^ "
"?"J* SB* Plmaes B. Bm?u. I
g^rr' '- ? McWairt (in
'rrtertrt D. sod lrau C p. HUrr b
Arthur L ?ad Mrtrufe Uuu ho?
WK. r. sod a^ri B. BeUaat* be
Well. s?d PIonFr^. JET"""
CbsrW. X. .nd ton. T. rutor *lrL
Klclwrti *.. jr . ix cold. c. Baker. b
jZ**. W _?? Ott W. BoUad. Ctrl
W- 1fc. Imm. ?
lajah T. and Margaret Buckley bo7.
Pw J ??d Aw Rewell. bor.
Jeremlgh and Lilian firm bop.
Booetta .Batmen girt
Charlee end Julie Ball bof
Mamage Licenses
Boeenberi. 84. of BtlMaort Md?
and Frencea Koaeberg, 28. of Brooklyn. X.
T. The Be* G. Ml 1 Mil
Micboel W. Longer *1. end Peart W.
Wiper. 21. both of Philttpaburg. V. J.
The 11*r. T. B. Daria
Jonas If. Coatirer. 81. of Baloigh X. C?
end lierloo i. Malooey. 28. of tbi? city.
Tbo Bov. W L.De Yrtoa.
Joseph O. Walling. 20. and If tenon B.
Mora a. 20. both of tbia city. The lev.
A. E. Barrows.
Harry B. Chi Ma. 21. and EUaabeth 9.
Wright It. both of tbie city. The Be*.
H. I. Stewart.
Jack Blntn. 2T?. and IfoUle Sopher both
of Baltimore Md Tb+ JU? G. gilrer
John W. Yaoghan 82 an* LllUe If
M. both of tbie city. Tbo Bo*.
B. Fulta.
Gilbert R Miller T>. of Baltimore. Md?
and Ida J. Ballard. 29. of aFredorirkabwg.
Vl. The He*. W. O. Boome. Jr.
tfarioe X. Wllberdlna > end Agne* E.
Dow ting. ? both of tbie city Tbo Boo.
Thomae J. P tan ton
Robert E. Bawling*. IL of thie city, and
If Mora C. JoEory. 21. of Doloth. Minn.
Tbo Ber O F. Mley
I Cbarloa Butler 21. and Tanaa Carter 1*.
both of thie city. The R?? J. E Wuila.
Ba v line J. dhef^rwi 27. and Matt* H.
Keeling. 21. both of tb*o city. The Be*.
J. M WaMron
Re mart T. Dew*. 22. and Jeenette Hicka,
20. both of tbia city. The Be* J. E. WlllMu
John Parka. 24. and AdnlaiAe Flabor. 3lf
both of thie city. The Bo*. J E WIlMa?
W lilt am Jnckaoa m of Tofttown Pa..
: nd Florence Boeey. 90. Of, Blcfcomon. Md.
Tbo Ber. Aqaile Soyloe.
William Bnowden. 54. and Gortnide
Home* 28. both of thie eftyJ TV Ber.
W. H. Jernngln.
Jeaae Cell own* 21. ani Jnlie Jnekaon It,
both of thl? city. Tbe Boo. F. W?ehinrt<*.
Deaths Reported.
Dulrie B. Pllcbor. N yeore. Virginia apta^
Va. ?to. and 7th at. aw.
Joan C. Brewer. 1. 17S0 Euclid ot. no,
Mabel W. Poliock 10. Garfield Unocal.
Ida McCatgo ?2. 1401 t.irnrd at. nw.
John 1. Biordan. ft*. 1454 Fairmont at. nw.
Mergnret A. J one*. M, 72*> Morton at. nw*
Jamoe F. Grime*. 82. ot. oe.
Levi J. Bryant HO. 1422 Vairnont at. n*r.
James W. D^onelly. 70. 1??07 !2th ot. n*.
James W. Duvatl. 71. 1254 Monroe ot. nwj
\ irginie E. Garrett. 71. Garfield HoapitaL
I'hilip M. 0*Br>an. John Ihckoon Home.
Phtlomen.1 11 Abel!. R2 12MI Irving at. nw.
I'rancoa C. Dorwett. 01. Geoege Waabing
I ton fniveraity Howpital.
Bridget M. Tnnhry. 70. 44 V at. nw.
Carrie Gingerich. 26. Caanalty Ho*pi(aL
William Lsnnai. '? da>e. Garfield H<>apt.
ciovannn Dom Fern. 10 days.
Washington rnireeolty Hospital.
J.sepli 8. Buckler. 5 hour*. 411
Edith Mattbewa. 28. *? G at. a
Edna Jonee. 10, Children's Hoapt
(reorge lie** kins. 6T>. Freedmen'a
MONEY TO LOAN
First or tecond trust loana on
r?al estate made on short notlea.
Ftinds always on hand to tnvaat.
Minimum charges. Maximum
service
JOHN A. PETTY,
Real Estate aad la.ars.ee
1,3 *- *? *?? Mala HIT
A
Vnlted Cafeteria
MO -J S*T~1
PILES
Tfce Only IMternal Remedy
S?e. Mr IM ?!.?? the B.I
Sold by ALU DRUGGISTS
?? ??t "til ? noapt as idA
'Pijocwt Coa Wwh., D. C|
30 StSpICOUGHS
Ladies Let CuticuFa
Keep Your Slfin
Fresh and Young
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