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Kr'K&"ys'iJ.i:1; " 3' - "-" 2 --. irTjiTTT '-ft .-i,-1 --- THE WASHINGTON HERALD, MQNDAY, JULY 19. 1915. 9 r h t MOST DEFINE AN . AMAIE1G0LFER Present Rules Fall Far Short of Establishing Clearly His Status. G. H. BROOKE IS BARRED AH Around Athlete and Sportsman Is Dubbed a Professional Because He Coached Football Team. Once again is the absurditj- of the defi nition of an amateur brought forcibly to the attention of the Rpoit lovers of the country. ThH time the weakness of the present system of determining the line between amateurism nnd profession alism is brouKht into sharp relief by the action of the Coif Association of Philadelphia in oariiiis; from competition In the Philadelphia championship tour ney Georgo II. Brook, the famous all round athlete nnd sportsman, on the ground that his coaching of the Vniver Kity of Pennsylvania football team Is a violation of the strict tenets of the ama teur rule. Just how the so'.f ofllciai'i arrive at this definition It is cltfilcitlt to imagine. If George Brooke, by taking money as r. football coach has lntnlld.itM his chances of competing as an amateur golfer, "then it will be necessary for tha local association, and the golf associa tion of everv other section of the coun try to begin a thorough housecleanlng. What about the scores of trapshoot ers who are competing in the golf ranks? In the sport of trapshooting an amateur Is permitted to win money In trapshooting tournaments, something not permitted in any other line of ath letics. Yet J Franklin Median, presi dent of North Hills Country Club: Harry David. Thomas Tansey. and others of the same club, who also are ardent golf players and shooters, jml a number more In other clubs, are rroperlv permitted to compete- as amateur golfers In every, line of sport Brooke Is rated as an amateur. In court tennis and racquets he is regarded as one of the best players in America, and in no sport In the world is there such a strongly marked line between the amateur and professional ranks as court tennis. The game is played only in the very high cUss clubs and the lines strictly ob served, yet Brooke's standing in these has never been questioned. Percy Haughton. the famous coach of the Harvard football and baseball teams, a man of wealth and standing, receives pay for his instruction work, yet he also Is a great racquet nnd court tennis play er and also a good golfer. His standing in these . sports has never been ques tioned Professional baseball players, such as Bender. Davis. Plank, Cobb. Daubert, and others, who are fond of clay bird nnd live bird shooting, are rated as amateurs with the gun. though they are the clearest cases of profes sionals in baseball. What of the star golfers. Travers, Oul met. Anderson, Kvans. and others, who are paid to either write golf articles or permit their names to be used for the same purpose' Are they not more nearly guilty of professionalism in golf than Brooke, whose sole offense Is that he was paid to coach the Pennsylvania football team? Many star golfers have been paid to assist in laying out golf cnurses and for their advice in these matters, yet they have never been branded as profession als If Brooke is guilty of professionalism because of certain conditions in another sport, what of Ouimet. Evans, and other crack amateur golfers, who have com peted In the open championships against professionals and taken the profession als' prizes'" In track athletic competi tion in the same events with the paid athletes, is punishable by disbarment from the amateur ranks. Doesn't It seem to be time that some clean-cut sensible and rational line of demarkatlon should bo drawn between amateurs and the professionals? JOHNNY SULLIVAN FEATURE OF GAMES Wel Ington. Va.. July IS. The tract? Ind tielil events of the Bartenders' 'nion No. IK. of Washington. D. t .'.Vre held here today, each event beini? cicseiy contested. Johnnv Sullivan proved to be the star of the meet by enrrving off one first place, two second, and two third. Fuilivan was first in the running broad Jump and finished second in tho running hop. step and jump and the standing broad Jump, while he carried off the third honors in the running broad Jump and the one hundred cIiso dash Danny Healy, tne captain of the Car roll Institute track team, was second In line, having finished in second position In two events nnd third In two others, while Billy Covert and Danny Brodrlck were tied for third honors. ha-ing two first places and one third to their credit. The summaries are as follows: 100-jard dJia. openFirst. Out VTinmicht; se end. Dan Hesly; third. M J. Itoach. Time. 112-5 seconds W"J d!). pr-Firt. Billy Co-ert; eteond. E Bianr! third. Dan Il.als. Time. 3 3-5 seconds. V-ard dm'i opm-first. M J. Coach, second. Crist Win-nichl. thud. Dan Healy. Time, 6 a'ennds flat Ktinnm- hop. strp and yurap. open First, J. Kulllian (74 feet 7 inches): aecond. J. Boyde (34 feet 5 imhes). third, K. ;non i34 feet 2 inches). Rtandini broad jump- First, Murray (10 feet 3 inchest second. J Sullnan, third. J. Blojle Running broad lump Firft. J "ullltan (IS feet 4 Inches) second. J Ksrry C3 feet 2 inches): third Brodrick (15 feet J inch) ll-yard dJi (union bartendVrsi-1-nr-.t. Dan Healy second. Pat Sulluan, third. J. Suliiran. Time. It seconds, flat. WJ-rard run: open to union bartenders First. J. Bland, jr crad. ("at Sulliiln third. Billy Co-ert. Time, i minutes J? econds. Fat mens race. IN jard open First. Edward Sutton second P Klynn. third. W. Tourney. Time, 12 2. seconds. WASHINGTON TEAM WINS. tVash ton. Hon ee !f Albert Vt louell p. It lo'cll? llorr3' Ksrce t lb . Kmurd rf . RiTumi "b V alscr rf Totals WiduiVtcn Bs tl-nte. ARIIO A E' Baltimore. ABHOAE 1 0 0 0,.llen.rf. . .. 4 0 0 0 V 4 2 3 1 0 ullnanjK .. 4 0 13 1 . 2 C 2 0iehfir-rjb .31010 4 J IS ;iSietrick.c 5 0 18 0 0 4 111 niU.Minn.tf... 4 110 0 5 0 I tl IH Mcrscf... 3 0 0 0 2 t 0 0 0 0 (M.2b 1 JO 2 4 0 4 0 0 1 OlKhtsmeier.lb. 2 0 8 0 1 ! 1 0 0 0'1'ackie.r .... 10 12 1 3i 82T11 2 Totals 2722:i0"5 2 0 4 0 13 0 3 0-13 010020200 3 DUNDEE IS CONFIDENT OF BEATINGr JOE RIVERS Xe V.trk, July IS. Johnny Dundee, the little Italian con tender for tlie llKht-ssriicbt title, put In a atrrnuon ih)' work at hU (mining quarters! at Far Itrkniiny today preparing for his bout Tilth Joe nisera at Eb bet Field Tuesday night. Risers In confident, nnd at lata training quarters at Xw Dorp today the odd Here In favor f blm v Inning by a knock-out. . . . - COMPLETE STATISTICS OF THE MAJOR LEAGUES. YESTERDAY'S nSCLTS. America. Washington. 4: Cleveland. 2. (13 Innings.) Washington, 4; Cleveland. 3. Detroit. 11: Athletics. 7. Boston, 6; Chicago, 2. New Tork-St. Louis, rain. TODAY'S Washington at Cleveland. Atnietics at ueirou. Boston at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. STANDING OF W. Boston 50 Chicago 53 Detroit 50 Washington 41 New York 40 St. Louis 32 Athletics 29 Cleveland 28 L. Tct. 29 .633 31 .631 31 .617 41 .500 40 .500 47 .405 51 .363 53 .346 BALTIMORE CRICKET CLUB TRIMS LOCALS Contest Is Full of Thrills and Is Hotly Contested Until the End. Smith Bats Well. Baltimore. Md.. July 18. The most Interesting cricket match so far this season was ths one played this after noon between the Sons of St. George eleven and the Washington Cricket Club, which was won by the local team The game was full of thrills and was hotly contested to the end, the only thing interfering being the time limit set at the starting of the game by which it was agreed that stumps would be drawn at 6 o'clock. Had the game gone an hour longer the visitors would have undoubtedly won the contest as Groom and Dum ville were well set and other batters that were to follow could easily more than equalled the total score put up by the Orioles. Bert Smith batted best for the Capi tal City contingent, getting twenty, while Dr. L. D. Samuel ran up a splen did score of 36 for the home eleven. Dr. Samuel Is a marvel in the batting crease, and his stonewall defense made a foilorn hope a retirement with honor. Summary: WASHINGTON lUClHir muuo. Dr. J S. Cannon, b. Spnngham B. C. Smith, b. Brandon Charles Kin?, b Brandon V. Warren. I. b. w.; b. Spnngham II. N Branch, run out. A Groom, not out H. Dumrille, not out .. D. II. Rhodes, did not bat. K. V. IUert. did not bat. II. S. ToHitt, did not bat A. A. Sousa, did not bat. 2 30 4 t 10 10 Extras Totals J10WL1XG ANALYSIS. Balls. Runs. WUsl M. Spnngham 36 21 2 0 Brandon ... 30 22 2 0 Windsor 10 S 0 0 Bum at fall of each Ticket: 12345(71(10 11 3 2! 57 H SONS OF ST. GEORGE CRICKET CLCB. H. N. Bennett, b. Smith 8 O. I. Brandon, c Kim; b. Branch 19 R. McClurg. b. Cannon 2 Dr. L. D. Samuels, b. Branca, 36 J. I. ricrott. c, Warren; b. Smith 1 H. Windsor, b. Branch 2 Dr. A. E. McCrowr, b. Dum-ill. 0 TV. H. Thompson, 8L Kin-; b. DumTille 1 W. Springnam. not out. I T. Georgo, b. Drmiille 4 It. Rowland, c. Roberts; bC BranA 4 Extras Total BOTTUNQ ANALYSIS. Balls. Rons. Wats. M. Smith 48 35 11 Cannon 42 2D 1 0 Dumrtlle 24 11 4 0 Branch 38 19 4 0 Runs at fall of each sricJcet: 123458789 10 13 24 2S6763C9T381tlSJ Umpires Meaora. Street and Griffith. BELMONT PAEK ENTRIES, FIRST RACE Handicap; 3-year-oIda and up ward; marcs; six furlongs, main course. House Maid. 122; Hester rrynne. 1(8; Isiro-e. 102; Capra. !6. Charter Maid. 97; Rhine Maiden. S2. RECOND RACB Sellinz: tyearolds; fire and cne-half furlonzs. straisht. In And Out, 104; Good Counsel. 115: 'Emily R., 99; BroomTale. 112; Recluse. :07; Flaj Doy, 107; Dr. Gremer. 112; Hidden Star. 104; 'Salranity, 107; Belle of The Kitchen. 14; Edith Banmann, 112. THIRD RACE The Arrow Stakes. 81,000; efllini: 3-)eards and npard; six fnrloncs. straight. ISrusain. 106; Ehenrood. 115: Alhena, 104; Plant aeenet, lot; rraine. 110; Palanquin, 110; -He Will. 1. Hanona. 112; Holiday, UO, Dentro, 1(0; Gnat. 1T. FOURTH RACEThe Bronrrille Handicap, J-year-olds and upward; mile and one-slxteentiu Gainer. 120. Thorn Hill. 112. Barberry Candle. 118; Addie M.. 114; Reybourn. 96; Vladimir. 93. 1-1FT1I RACE Selling; 3-year-olds and upward; rule. Armor. 113; Arylade. 108; Richard LanKdo. 115; Golden Prime. 108; Andes. 318. Napier, 115; Commauretta, 8, Menln Park. 98; 6am Slick. 1W; Lady Teresa, 98: Valentine. 113; Dr. Duenner, 111. SureTstition. 110; 'Brian Bora. 103; Noureddin. MS; Carlton G.. HI; Lily Orme. 108; Perth Roci, 113: Nortlilixht. :13; Northerner. 105; 'Dryad. HJ; Tinkle Bell. 103; Soog of Valley, 110; 'Easter Star. 105. SIXTH RAOB-Flte furlongs, straight: 2-year-old conditions. Meadow Worth. 107; 'Peaceful Star. 104; Indian Chant. 107; Mustard. 112; Sky Pilot. KT7; Wirard. 107; Brixz. 112; Damrosch. 112; Nolli. 107; Grasp, :0J. "Apprentice aQowance claimed. THINGS THAT By GENE N YOUNti ARE blow STARTING OUT TO Foot THE xrt?i r f .-.iJ. -, ,..'' ii i . -jiJ1 NatioBaL No games scheduled. Q AMES Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Boston. THE CLUBS. W. L. Pet. Phillies 41 3 .564 Chicago 43 36 .544 Brooklyn 42 37 .532 St. Louis 41 42 .434 Pittsburgh 39 40 .494 New York 37 3S .493 Boston 37 43 .463 Cincinnati 32 42 .432 GAME FORFEITED TO ST. DOMINIC'S NINE St. Peter's Puts Up Strenuous Protest Over Decision of the Umpire and He Pulls Out Watch. In the game between St. Peters and St. Dominies estcrday in the Catholic Church League. St. Peters took exception to the decision of Umpire Ilurd and he- forfeited the game to the St. Dominies' tea:n, 9 to 0. In the eight Innings of piny the St. Peter's team could not do anything with tho slants of Glovanneti. who did the hurling for Mike Cpntwell's St. Domin ic Ho was only in danger onco and tnat Wd3 in the eighth lm.ln when F Sullivan led off with a three-baa: hit but tho timely clout was larking and he tt'ej to score when V. Sullivan hit an easy roller to Glovanneti, who reti.Yu lii-n at the plate. f,h? r Zf ff "? ti", the eign. Innings of plaj. F. Sul- liv.in wej the only one to get an extra an! on nis nit. St Lmni.s started off l.ke wieners, wbtn they worked tsio run. over iht rlite in the firu inn'ng Si.or.: St. Teters. ABIIOAK.St. Do'nica. ABHOAB Dcgnanjb... 3 0 11 0P.Gerardi.lI.. 2 23 0 0 Casady.2b .. 3 0 2 0 Opaldlns.ss... 3 113 0 Kineran.c ... 3 0 9 1 0 Wood.lb 5 16 0 0 Thornett.ss .3003 ljflactT.c 4 1 12 0 0 F.RulliTan.lf 3 10 1 O'Gioraamcti.p. 3 10 10 P.SuUlran rf 3 0 0 1 lSaniTr,n Ztt . 3 10 10 Dohertycf... 3 15 0 OilIunt,a.. . . 2 0 13 0 Dailey.Ib.... 2 0 10 Ojnraund.cf..... 4 0 10 0 Nolan,p 2 0 0 2 0 A.Ucrardl.rf . 4 2 0 0 0 Totals.... 5 221 9 2 Totals S)"92l"s"o St. Dominies 2 0 10 0 2 0 38 Buns F. Gcrardi (2). SpaldmE. llazer (2). Gio sanneti. A. Ucranli (2). First base by errors St. Dominies. 1. Ift on bases St. retcrs, 1; St. Dominies. 10. First base, on balls Off Nolan. 7 Struck out By Nolan, 8, by Gioranneti. 11. Three-base hit- F. Suliiran. Two-base hit Spald imr. SacnSce hits F. Gerardi. Smldicj. Stolen bases Tlater. Gioranneti (2). Cranston. Double play Ilnnt to Spalding tn Wood. Hit by pitcher By Nolan. 3 (Hunt (2). F. Gerardi). Wild pitch Nolan. Fassed ball Fineran. Umpire Mr. Ilurd. Time of tame 1 hour and 45 minutes. WIKDS0E EKTEIES. FIRST RACE-rurse SfflO; maiden 3-year-olds and upward; six furlongs. Schemer, IOC; Sir I Jo. 107; Scrutineer. 110, Double Bass, 108; Doctor D.. 107; Kathleen S., 1C7; Kim, 1C2; WoJan. 1C7. Rey Oakwnod. 105; Larana. 104; Cupid's Dart. :05; Mal heus, 107. Also eligible: ClynU, 100; Cotton Top. 107; E. M. Watson. 108; Charles Franas, 102. SECOND RACE-Purse J6ID; 3-year-elds and up ward: selling: mile and one sixteenth. Surpass ing, in; -supreme, loo; jlurwood. 102; "Cordie F. 101; 'Fly Home. 101. Alston. 103; 'Malas. 95; Pnnee Eugene, 109; Dundreary. 103; Syrian. 108, xiuaas lirother. lOJ. THIRD RACE-Purse $700; Belle Isle handicap: 3-year-olds and upward; one mile. Water Bass. 120; The Widow Moon, 90; Tactics, 106; Bob Hens- ley. 115: Barnegat. 100; Cross bun. 94. FOURTH RACB-Pune JlOD; Windsor double erent, first half for Dominion bred 2-year-olds; fire iunongs. Amine, 13; Billy Frew, 113; Good Shot. 115; Kathleen H.. 105; aCaladay, 103; aSweet Col leen. 110; lIcBrlde. 110. aSeigram entry. FIFTH RACE-Purse Jtt. 2yearKld fillies; fire furlongs. Broom Straw, 115; Boneros First, 105 Owasa, 100; liana. 100. 'Little Bigger. 107; 'Miss Atkin, 95; 'Peggy O'Brien. 100; Lucky R.. 105; Zolzo, 100; Mamie W . 100; Vosges. 100; Bernini. 100. Also eligible: Matrix. 100; Tush Tush. 95. SIXTH RACE-3-year-oids; six furlongs. 'Cash on Delirerx. 110; Uncle Jimmy. 112; The Spirit. 103; Martinos. 101; 'Venghee, 1:0: Chsrge. W, 'U See It, 110; Came Orme. 103; Commensia, 108; Im perator. IIS; '.Meelicxa. 91; Mater. IDS Al) eligi ble: 'Xigadoo. 103; Pontefraet. 101; 'Miss Gajle. 103. SEVENTH RACE-Purse 5600; 3-year-olds and upward: selling. Allies and mares; one mile. 'Dick's Pet. .108; Guide Post. 110; 'Sun Queen. 103; Knee let. 97; 'Patience. 102, 'Kate K.. 103; Klltaway. 109; Baby Sister. 102: Miss Sherwood. 107; Twi light, 86; Miss Waters, 107; Kopje, S3; StellaU. 107. 'Five pmicds apprentice allowance claimed. Single Men, 11; Married Men, 4. Mar. Men. AR II O A Kl Single Men. AH II O A H Strudley.c.sa 3 0 5 1 2 CcJbcrt.c 4 1 3 2 Moriartr.D.. 3 2 0 Is Power. n 4 2 5 6 0 2 1 12 2 0 3 110 1 2 1110 2 2 110 2 0 0 0 0 4 10 10 2 0 0 0 0 2 13 2 0 2 2 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 32 12 27 IS 4 Merkling.lb. 2 1 11 0 o;Meyers.lb.. .. r.uuiTan.2e.. Ills lUMar'ty.2b louin er,ss.p s j u o v,r.liuna.Jo .. Conroy,3b .. 3 14 1 lil'.MonreJli .. Red.if..... 4 2 10 0. F.Ukary.If... J.Dunn cf... 10 2 0 0 It-gnan.cf.... RoreT.rf,p. .4203 0 llovrard.rf.... D.Whitty.cf. 2 10 0 llBiandAS. Eckert,c.... 113 2 0IIurst.cf ITabler.rf. Totals 31 U r 22 51 I Totals .usmed Men Eingis Men... 00000220 04 00302303 0-11 Smith, ex-Giant, Joins Brookfeds. Baltimor-. July U. The Brooklyn Federals bars signed Catcher narry Smith, recently relea-ed by the New York Nationals, cmlth joined the Brook lyn club here today. NEVER HAPPEN BYRNT.& ( dRAOUATlOrw PEAKCR WHO ;-4tH."NE EVEM IniFERRED THAT 50ME BR.6rr YOUHts CHrW AMot4s -rrE. BECOME PRESIDEMT WOMAN AMES TENNIS WORLD Miss Bjurstedt Invincible in Her Chief Battles on . the Courts. v MISS WAGNER WAS EASY Winning of National Title the Climax to Sensational Career of Norwegian Player. For tho women players at least, the lawn tennis season of 1915 has reached its zenith, and with the national cham pionship at Philadelphia last month, and the clay court title play at Pittsburgh last week, the femlnlno stars of the courts have only minor tournaments ahead in which to add to their laurels. When Robert Lindley Murray, of Call fornla, blazed a sensational trail In the East last year, capturing the New Eng land and metropolitan championships and winning the chief honors at the Sleepy Hollow and Southampton tourna ments, he was hailed as a marvel of the courts, and so 'he was. What, then, shall we say when a wom an, unknown tn this country beforo last March, starts oft by winning the national Indoor championship only a few days after leaving the steamship that bore her to these shores? Who follows this signal triumph by capturing tho metro politan title from a representative field at the West Side Tennis Club, and who caps the climax by going down to the turf courts of the Philadelphia Cricket Club and there comes through a field numbering the strongest women players in this country, and carries off the na tional title by defeating Mrs. Georgi Wightman, the former Hazel Hotchkiss, 'ot California, in the final round, in . ,he..f eoh f,n v, i... .. k score of G 0? Cramp Canies Default. In addition to these notable triumphs, this latest sensation of the courts en tered half a dozen other tournaments of lesser magnitude and walked away with the chief cup In every Instance, except at Morrlstown, where she was compelled lo default to Mrs. Frederick Schmltr li the seml-nnal round, after developing; a muscular cramp. Yet that la Just what Miss Molla Bjurstedt. Olympic, Norwegian, national metropolitan national indoor, and na tional clay court champion, has accomp lishedall within the space of three months. After she had conquered Miss Marls Wagner, playing-throujh champion, foi the Indoor title. Miss Bjurstedt did not j,ei mo creou sne deserved, inere were many who expressed the belief that the1 Norwegian girl waa simply a "flash In the pan," and that she would meet de feat the next time she competed against a classy field. Ten days before the national tourney Miss Bjurstedt sustained the Injury that threatened for a time to keep her out of the quest for the highest honors In the country. Her marvellous physique pulled her through, however, and she was on hand on June 7 when play began. The Norwegian was favored In the early rounds by tho lack of the draw and did not encounter serious opposition until the fourth round, when Miss Sheafe was again her opponent. The little Boston girl played a game fully 25 per cent stronger than she had In the metropolitan the month before, but Miss Bjurstedt won In straight seta at 10 S, 62, In one of the fastest matches of the tournament. Miss Martha nuthrie. a brilliant young player from Pittsburgh, managed to take a set from the Norwegian In the semi final round, and was duly praised be cause of the feat, and then came Mrs. Wightman. Her Plarinir Cannes Surprise. Miss Bjurstedt had shown a steady Im provement on the turf courts and rapid ly adapted her game to the changed con ditions, but nobody expected her to be capable of the remarkable exhibition she put up against the former champion In the final round. Mrs. Wightman took the first set at 64. and the great gallery was satisfied that at last the Norwegian had met her superior. But Miss Bjurstedt began playing with greater speed and confi dence In the second set. her tremendous drives forcing Mrs. Wightman Into back court. The former Hazel Hotchkiss struggled desperately, smashing when she could gain the net and seeking to wear down her opponent by consistent driving to the latter's backhand. Miss Bjurstedt rose to the occasion In sensational manner. however, and actually outplayed the for mer champion at her own game, follow ing her vicious drives Into the net and there finishing the point by brilliant vol leying across the court. The last set was a rout. The Norwe glan girl played wit' ever-Increasing speed and simply overwhelmed Mrs. Wightman with a scries of scintillating shots for placement that amazed the gal lery and discouraged her opponent, who seemed dazed and utterly unable to meet the attack. When Miss Bjurstedt had taken the last set at 60, the match and the chanr plonshlp, ending with a beautiful passing shot down the side line, there was a mo ment of silence and then the gallery broke Into a spontaneous tribute) of praises for the wonderful work of the foreigner. "The greatest lawn tennis ever played by a woman In the twenty-nine years of this tournament," was the way old fol lowers of the game characterized the Norwegian girl's feat Who is to put an end to the all-conquering career of this phenomenal play er, who has met and defeated our best and has yet to taste defeat herself? Bowman in Form. Alpines added another- rame to their lonr streak or tlrtories by trlmmlns the T. M. H. A., T to . Harris asd II. Cohen vers easy for the Alpine boys. The feature of the game was the pltchlnc of Bowman, who struck out fourteen batten, and the playlm of B. Cohen at short. Alpine Athletic and Bodsl Club would like to arranffe tames with all team arrraains eighteen yean. Address B. Cohen. IS M street northwest. The score: B.H. E. Alpine A. & S. C 0 0 1 0 I 1 0 0 J-7 11 S t. m. n. a tniiiiiM s i Bsttenes . Bowman and bhennan; H. Cobea and Harris and Krttt. HOW THE GBrFEMEN ABE HITTINCt DAY BY DAY G. AB. R. H. SB. SH. Pet Shanks, 68 230 27 64 8 12 Shaw 23 4i Milan 82 311 Foster 83 333 Gandll 71 240 Williams.... SO 98 MoeMer 72 268 Henry....:.. E3 ISO Morgan ES 184 Johnson.:... as 78 2 11 83 86 60 24 64 34 41 17 7 19 0 20, 15' 9 7 a 3 5 0 1 5 6,. 3 0 1 0 1 0 .275 43 40 38 8 48 13 17 7 61 .273 -39 .250 .245 .233 .237 .225 .218 .212 .207 .199 .192 .167 .167 J67 .164 .146 Acosta 23 S3 Ainsmlth.... 35 7 McBrlde.... Connolly.... 82 287 40 109 20 IS IS 42 33 8 3"dT 3S 41 a 2S 53 Ayers Boenuns.... 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ARE YOU A DRUGGIS ;! 1 Freezing Salt and Flavorings. or a confectioner? If so. let lis stlPDly tsi with FREEZING SALT AXI I-LAVORING EXTRACTS. Qtullty goods exclusirely lnwnrt pnet. Wnll 01 1 bone. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Wholesale Grocers; 11th and M ttt. ee. SPECIAL NOTICE-TOE REGULAR QUARTER iy meeting of tho Rochdale Co-operative Society will be held in Room 4lt Southern Building on Tuesday evening. July 3), at 720 p. m. PAUL P. GROVE. Secretary. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHOE REPAIRING. COSMOPOLITAN KBEPAm Half soled and heeled whilq you wait. Work called for and diliverrd. 3 Jth N. W. FOR SALE FURNITURE. NEW AND tsllirhtlv usr-rl: prrv terrrm. Sv mnn.v. Buy at HOPWOOD, Sth and K. WALLPAPERING. WALL PAPERING AND INTERIOR DECORAT- ing. First-class work st moderste prices. See PAUL F. BAKNETT. Relirious artlclea for aale. IK II st. nw. Phone L. S13-J. AUTO SLIP COVERS. FORD TOURING CARS. Sl'i Cotfrs of Wasfaible Damuk, (4 50 per Mt Fiotert jour car and clothe at Barings price. U.M per art, spn-Jal thu uetfc. Call M. tlSS. U. & UTHOI-STEin.NG CO.. CO 10th at. nw. BIG MONEY IN REAL ESTATE BUSINESS BT my method, not old-timer wajs of booka. I mad C5.0CO in three yeara. City and count it. Coati nothing tn start the bunfc rarUcuIara free. MEAD. ZTt Broadway, Net? York. PAINTS, VARNISHES. AND STAINS. THE DURABLE HOME Bady mixed iinta snd stains, prcparrd by J J03. OATHLOTH. 308 Hi tU ssr. JI. 1TSJ J. OKT OUIl SALES AND KENT LISTS. John F. Donohoe & Sons, 311 TA. AVE. 6B. PIES AND CAKES. HOME-MADE PIES ACT CAKES. Call JI. 7598. 516 Third st. nw. MHS. C. I.EATlIEnS PCMFS. LAU.XDflV. ROBINSON HAND LAUNDRY. Rough-dry snd finish work. Gentlnraa worlc snl sh'.rt naUts a specialty. Call M. iSO. 1017 4th st. nw. PUMPS. ftlannfacturen of Fumpa and Beat Courltngm. Wella DnUcd. Uu;. and Cleaned. Onr Antomobile Drive, aim plest and moat fconomical meana c-S leAimplBg water We also lurniah Gaa tillne Knfflnrfl. Windmill, and Motors. Nat'l. Hydraulic Co INCORPORATED. 2225 Good Hope road, Ansoortla. FIANO TUNING. PIANO TUNING. L5u; WORK GUAR anteed: 30 years' experience In repair worlc. T. auLVEtuoK, isa aNoric Car olina avej ne. L,ln. 3KS. s-AlNTIJIG AND PAPEHIIAJICIPfO. WALL. PAPER. 10c, 15c, 3c, 1 COo paper, so and 10c per piece; rooms pa pered 3 up. Plastering. and painting of ail Kluo. .. f xcuv. .ui ar au UWt Pbone N. MSL WINDOW CLEANING. PHONE M. :iM TO HAVE YOCR WIrTDOWS Jtaned. Acme Window deanlm Co.. Ml O aw. MONEY TO I0AN. MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In small and large sums. AH transac tions ccnauctea witn economical consm eratlon for borrowers. WM, H. SAUN- DER3 & CO.. Southern Bids.. S07 15th at. MONEY TO LOAN on approved city real - estate at lowest current rates; special privileges with respect to prior payments. Tyler A Rutherford. Inc. 720 15th at. SPIBITUUSM. MBS. MAMTR STEVES, Medium. Readlnss daily; seances Tueav and Ciun. senuura. Hum. iXn. ' M M. J. are, ssv Congress Heights League. namllton, ABHOA ElOxon HilL AB H O A B Btere.e 4 1 14 1 IJN.Fisher.ss... 5 0 111 DaTis,lf 4 10 0 OIKodcrb 110 0 0 Raba.cf 4 3 10 I Maxr,lb 3 0 7 10 FaUaJl.ss.... 4 0 4 4 ORowe.cf.ss.... 2 0 4 10 Taylor).... 4 110 0 T.Fisher.c.... 4 J 11 4 0 McCoy.3b.... 4 110 1 SwccneT.n.... 4 Z 0 5 0 Warder.lb... S 1 5 0 0Rurnsib,cf. !01 0 0 Wriabtrf.... Jill 0Mcu.If 43100 Allred.p..... 4 0 0 3 0 Cor.lf J 0 1 0 0 Uulilr.rt 3 10 0 ojRusk.rfb.... 2 0 0 0 0 Totals.... SS 11 rr 9 Jl Totals 33 7 2713 1 300110010- 1001000 0-2 Hamilton A. ti Oxoa BilL. ....... ............ Empire, 6; Balls ton, 5. Empire. ABH O ABIBaTlston. Uelmb 3 2 0 3 OiJames.!. Hmith.c...... 4 16 2 1 Smoot,2..... Lanananja.. !1U IlWhiteh-sd.cf, Bradi.Jb S 1 0 0 2IlorsTU.p... RnsselLcf.... 4 111 ijltowen.Ib:.... Ueisr.lb 4 1 11 0 0ZirkIeJb Keatan.P-.. J 0 1 0(Sta3n.lf... Harrlsonjf.. 40 JfHccp,e....,. 1-airbarJu.lf. 4 00 OJHarfinjf ABBOAE 4 0 112 4 4 3 0 1 3 110 0 4 1 0 S O 4 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 4 110 0 2 0 111 4 0 0 0 0 . 119 0 ) TotaU.. SS t7 7 Empire............. -.. 02 1 300 04 Ballsicu. 1003010 1. 0-S Columbia Theater Wins. Colombia. AB HO AKiGUmndale. ABHOAB U.Tikta 9s'.. 4021 t.tsrra?aal,pv 4 10 4 PtunketuJb. 6 3 110 Dranssa. 4131 Keras,ss,.. a ; a . Ctayton.cf... 6210 Howaru.lt... till. Kobrrts,lf... 4 100 8teed.e. S 3 U S InaUb. 4 1 u 2 Strsiniar.Jc'..- 1 ll'l 0 LaocasUrjf.. 4 2 3 0 1 KHley.cf 4 103 Otrmituhani 4 0 110 Kostrrsb.... 4 10 0 1 Balthiarf... 1 0 Walanji..... 6 113 O.SergeanOf. 3131 Totals... 7rt 1 TtrUk. 14 U 37 It ............ !. (I 41 .-.- X ( ( t( 1 I -4 ' mil IT PAYS TO READ AND USE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS. BOOMS FOB BEST. FURNISHED. 136 EAST CAPITOL BT.-NICELY FURNISHED brffv room, cecond floor; a. m. i.; facias Con creasional Library; reuonab! to ctntlemcn. 130 EAST CAPITOL 8T.-MCELY FURNISHED tingle and con-mnnlcattajr rooms, facing Congres sional Library; epedal attention to touriita; beauti ful location. FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD Ml MD. AVE. NE.-LARGE. COOL ROOMS; foutbern exronire; refined home; adjoininy bath; bade porch; fcorre cootinx; reasonable to gentlemen. I1T A ST. SE.-3 LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT OUT We room; pnrate home; a. m. 1.; beautiful loca tion; excellent tome coolies; cheap. 4U Q ST. NW.-CLEAN. NEWLY TAPERED. lisbt room; oppoaiu renal on Park; suitable for transients. 3 D ST. NW.-COOL FLAT; 2 OR 3 BEAUTI ful second-ilcor room; a. m. i.; rent reasonable. Also 1 other wjn, first floor. 436 II ST. NW.-FURNISHED ROOMS; LARGE, cool (root room, ccoed floor; gentlemen preferred; L h. k. allowed. 1H5 1ST ST. NW.-2 CONNECTING ROOMS; completely rurnl&hcd for . h. k.; gas range ; (iiora. 430 3RD ST. NW.-LARGE PARLOR ROOM. completely furnished; a. m. L Also Z. rooms and kitchen; L b. k.; reasonable to man for parlor room. 611 MAM. AVE. NW.-LARGE, COOL, BRIGHT front room: cicely furnished; bath adjoining; Z in family; refined home, downtown section; reasonable. M CTH ST.-5 LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT. ROOMS in downtown section; a. m. 1.: bath: hot water: near all gorernment departments. Don't fail to see J u,c rooms. 2T B ST. NW.-2 LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT. COM- mtiElcatins rooms, fadnc Capitol; elegantly fur nished; a. m. L; prlrate family; reasonable to sea- tlemen. 1900 I'A. AVE. NW.. THE IDEAL APART. CO.- I or 2 completely fum. front rooms; electric light; Janitor serrlc; h w. Phone M 71.7. WT MOUNT VERNON rLACli-LAUGE. COOL. rooms ; first floor front and third floor back ; reasonable. 1K0 V ST. NW.-TttO LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT, nicely fum. rooms; a. m. I.; beaatiful location; prlrate home: r cars and herdic; reason. We; board optional. 2311 G ST. NW-2 ROOM " SECOND FLOOR. J10; 3 room on third, $12.50. j t 802 L ST. NW.-2 LARUE. FRONT. COOL. bright, elegantly fum. rooms; a. m. 1; prlrate family; near all por't depta.; reasonable. 113 8TH ST. NW LARGE, COOL, FRONT, bright room, elex'nti'y aDd completely fum.; desk, in fine apt.; janitor serrice; porch; a. m. i; rea sonable. 936 1STH ST. NW.-COOL, CLEAN, NICELY furnished, single and double rooms, a. m. L; near all cor't depta. and Y. M. C. A.; reasonable. TJS I ST. NW.-PARLOR, COMMUNICATING bedroom, small and Urye rooms; reasonable; cen tral location. 931 II ST. NW.-TWO NICE. COOL ROOMS, second floor front; transients. Men only. 6OT H ST. NW.-NICE. COOL ROOMS; or back; transients. 303 n ST. NW.-3 LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT nicely furnished rooms; a. m. i.; private family; L h. k. If desired; near all poTemment departments; also large parlor room, lracobable. 12 6TH ST. FE.-3 FURNISHED ROOMS; SIDE porch; L h. k. permitted; near cars, $13 month. 13 12TH ST. NW. (WALLIS)-BRIGUT. COM fortable rooms; electric light; $8 to 515; across flora Raleigh. SC3 CTH ST. NE.-J EEACTIFUL ROOMS; NEW bouse; hanHscmel fumiahed, completo for house keeping;; ereryininc new; jctj reasonable Line. 3005. 11 MASS. AVE. W.-SINOLE AND DOUBLE rooma; southern eznwsurt; excellent table; central; aummer rate. TWO EXCELLENT, NEWLT FURNISHED BED- roomti; strictly mwdern; ample or en auite; aleep tcg porch; prifate'tamilj: Chery Chaao car line and Conn. Ave. Brida. N. 7998. LB OR CI (PRIVATE BATH) 3D ST. NW.-SEC- ond floor ruoms, 1, 2, or 3; newly papered and fare,; a. m. L; near all sort, depta.; bath adjoining; reasonable. 640 L ST. NW.-FCRNISnED ROOM; 2 W1N dows; facing street; electric light. M. S009. 1317 1ITU ST. NW.-2 LARGE ROOM3; LIGHT honsekceping; alcoTe; entira 2d floor; running water; (16 month. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS OR APTS. f ttrnUhed or unf urnlahed 7 If so. consult M r. NOLTD. 904 11th at. Tbone M. 6X7. Consultation free. n IOWA CIRCLE-2 MEDIUM-SIZED ROOMS; southern expotrjre, orerlooklns park. 511 E ST. NW.-LARGE PARLOR ROOM; ELE gantly fum.; a. m. i.; kitchenette; suitsble for dressmaker; I baths; also 2 largo rooma; running water, reasonsble. SM MASS. AVE. NW.-TWO PARLOR FLOOR. newly papered, connecting: rooms; southern ex posure Into bslcony; shady lawn IIS CLIFTON-LARGB FRONT AND BACK rooms with screened porch; a. m-L: prirate fam ily; beautiful location. C-L 212. Reasonable. 07 II ST. NW.-2 LARGE), COOL. BRIGHT, communicating 2d floor rooms; elcffantly fum.; a. m. i.; hatha; southern exposure; tranaienta ac commodated; reasonable; other rooms. 214 F NW.-THREC FURNISHED BOOMS FOR bousekeepinx; janitor serrice; free phone. CT. 927; references exchanged. 156 ADAMS ST. N. W. NICE LARGE front -room. 33, or smaller front room, 35; private family; uso of porches and piano. 113 H ST. NW.-LARGE FRONT SECOND floor room: a. m. L; prirate family; near G. P. O.; central; suitable for 2 or 3 men; reasonable. 1511 VT. AVE. NW.-SEVERAL NEW BOOMS; L h. k.; a. m. L: nice location; prlrat family; cheap. 431 O ST. NW.-J OR 4 LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT fur. rooms; a. m. L; central: L n. k.; saa rarue; reasonable. 123 8TH ST. NW.-COMFORTABLE ROOMS, SS, (9, and 110 month.; busines section; trntlemen. 817 11TH ST. NW.-NEWLY FORNISHED, COOL rooms; continuous hot water; free phone; central location; nranmer rates. 1310 I3TH 8T. OR 1531 VT. AVE. KTV.-FIRST floor, 3 rooms and basement; 1. h- k.; mlao 2 xtrg. rooms; rea-ocohle. 432 H ST. NW.-NICE, COOL BOOM. NORTH era exposure; sultabls for gentleman. 1228 I3TH ST.-3 ROOMS AND BATH. SINGLE. or enaalte; also, 2nd floor front, all modern us proTemeat. Phone N. 8432. 1133 CTH ST. NW.-S VERT DESIRABLE. NIOE- ly furniated ArAixekeeplnf roams; tu eanten lences. 816. 11TH ST. NW.-2 LARGE, BRIGHT. COMMC sickling looms; furnished complete for L h. k.: 2 other rooms: adjoining bath; a. m. L; central; nice bcrne; rcssonable. 170J M BT. NW.-LABGE. COOL. BR'OHT. southern exposure room for refined gentleraeii. ps1- TSte home: can be occupied August 1; reasonaM 1357 L ST. NW.-LABGE AND SMALL BOOMS. stnjle or en suite; new pn-at batbs; u desired. exceUest board; transicnU accommodated. 24. 323. an mt. VEENON-LARGE FRONT, BOOM: AND single room nicely fum; downtown section; nice Lome; a, m. s.; reajosaoie. ' 035 O ST. NW.-N1CELY FUBN. SEDOND- oor front, single room; rpienma location; rw- fltirl home; reasonable to gsartleman. 330 If ST, NW.-COOU BKIGHT. MtELI fum. it"", soutnern exposure; a. m. v; near cars and gort depta,; bath sdjoinlng. ST. OEOBGE, 103S STTH ST. SW-4 LAROE. cooL bright, .nicelr 'urn. rooms; a. m. Lf pri rate familyr near e1-! c-" KB -Dln - Bw- Iffl K SI. NW.-TWO tXKttV BOOMS AND UtchenrtU: 1. h. k.: southern exnrjsttra; bar wln to and balcony;' quiet nelaborbood; rear Pa, am ears gad a gssutjaeat; tldUrsa; tU. BOOMS FOB BENT. FURNISHED. 183 G ST. NW.-PLEA8ANT. AIRY ROOMS, ID. floor, adjoining bath; southern exposure; mil kept; gentlemen onlx; small Protestant family; near aepta. 15 CTH BT. NE. THREE LARGE. COM11DNI eating rooms; coiapletelj furnished. L h. k.; cas range; yard; water. S3 K NE.-3 COOL ROOMa; BEAUTIFULLY faratahed for htnjse keeping; sercens. porthea; sards; d2; rtfereno. 15:C JIAbS AVE. NW.-SCITl. OF ROOMS FOR hon.sceplng; adjoining bath; a. m. i.; fine home central; reasonable. THE CUMBERLAND, APTS. 5 & 7S-LABGE cool room: southern exposure; transients ac commodated; also t beautiful rooms; a. m. L central; reasonable. S3S K ST. XW.-I LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT. communicating rooms in refined home; a. m. 1; prlrate bath; 1 in ftmllj; near all gort. depts.; rcasonsble to men. KM K ST. NW.-4 ROOMS. JRO FLOOR. AND ( on 2nd floor, for 1. h. k.; reasonable. Phone. JIH MOUNT PLEASANT ST.-S COMFOHT ablr furnished rooms; nexx batn; western ex posure; private familj: references exchanged. UNFURNISHED. TC2 N. C. AVE. SE.-2 LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT communicating room, with alcore; a. tn. L; L h. k.; owner; beautiful location; southern expo sure; near cars. 230 9TH ST. NE.-A LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT 4-room apartmnt In new hotwe ; a, m. L ; beautiful location, near can; cas. beat; L h. k.; cheap. 613 MASS. AVE. NW.-4 LARGE, COOL, BRIGHT room apartment; a. m. t; gas range, sink; nice apartment bouse; downtown sectiou; $13 for four people; first floor. 3508 O ST. NW. THREE NICE. COOL UNFUR- nished rooms for light housekeeping; gas, bath, etc; reasonable. 913 10TH tvT. NE.-3 NICE ROOMS; BATH, heat; back porch; windows all screened; range and sink in icben; prirate family. 13 13TH ST. NW.-i LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT rooms; bath adjoining; new gas range; a, m, i. private family; near cars; reasonable. 1310 CONN. AVE. NW.-SEVERAL LARGE. bright, elegantly furnished rooms; private bath; a. m. 1.; excellent home cooking; summer rates. 1225 STH ST. NW.-2 LARGE, COOL, BRIGHT communicating rooms; a, m. L; prlrate family; near market and downtown; Lb. t; reasonable. 638 213T. ST. NW.-! LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT rooms. In prlrate home; a. m. i.; bath adjoining. near all cars; L h. k. if desired; reasonable. 903 R PT NW.-THE SECOND FLOOR; THREE rooms: bath, stationary waabatand; empty July 15. 23 M ST. NW.-S1X LARGE-ROOM: FLAT. and bath; with back porch; h. w. h.: large back yard, beautiful location, near G. P. 0. and new P. O. ; reasonable. 1324 10TU fiat. ST. NW.-MAGNIFICENT 3-ROOM 1317 11TH ST. NW.-2 LARGE ROOMS; ALCOVE; entire 2d Coot; running water; $1S month. BOARD AND ROOM. 1131 STH ST. NW.-THE BEST BOARD IN town for Ifist money; all the latest Tege tables; also furnished room FUENISHED ROOMS A1TO BOARD. US T ST NW.. THE COLO.NIAL-NICELY fum. rxrms snd excellent home cooking; in one of the cleanest colored boarding houses in Wsah. ington; give us a tnsl; rate reasonable. inn AND GIRARD STS. NW.. NO. 5-NICEL.Y fum. rooms snd excellent home cookies in fine art.; all conveniences; beautiful location; reason able. TABLE BOARD. LINCOLN CAFE. ISSSaSKi Regnlar dinners. 33c and 50c. Yegetabla dinner. 25c. Dinner hours. 5 to 730 p. m. Lunch. 12 to 2 p. m.. 35c. Breakfast 7 to 10 a. m., 33c A la carte remce 7 a. m. to 730 p. m. Rooms at sum mer rates. Ttt our 2Cc and 25o Club Breakfaat and 23c Busineaa Men'a Lunch. SUMMER BOARDERS. WANTED-BOYS TO BOARD FOR SUMMER. Eerythinjr sanitary. Price. S5 per week. Apply to Mrs. GEORGE TCDERVILLE. Fairfax:. Va. sss TOR RENT HOUSES. RENT TO COLORED ?? Fairmont et.. 6r. and b., h. w. heat S2S.S0 31 T st. nw.. t rooms and bath 23. M 1X4 Corcoran St., 8 rooms and bath 30 50 fl Fenton placo ne., 5 rooms 11.50 1S3 Gales st. ne.. 4 rooms and bath 12.50 29 Diiurman rvrt nw., 4 rooms and bath 7.50 GS L st. ne.. 0 rooms snd bath 20.50 D. II. JOHNSON CO., 1323 H at. nw. I OR RENT. 34 Randolph. 6r.. b.J2W0 mo sth nw., lOr. 810 R. I. as.. r.. D.SJ0 92 8th nw.. Kr.. 1211 L et. nw.. 7r.b. -3 00 68 O nw.. 9r.. b... 438 4th ne., Ir.t b.. 32:60 13 11th. 6r b... 121 R ne.. fir.. V... 30MI3164 18th. St.. h.. K L at. ne.. 6r.. h. 3.50il3r7 Col. rd.. in-.. ,0.140 50 b. 35.50 ... 33.50 ... 30.50 ... 40.50 0.50 00 37 T st. nw, Jr.. b. 33.501 124S Md. st. ne..lOr. b. 30.M Arttijtib.Ma .au tL.vn. Rirkmsn. 1918 ISth at.. 5 rooms scd bath.... Camilie. 204 1' 5 rooms and bath Falcon, 2213 lltta nw.. 5 mrms snd bath.... 1343 E st. ne., 4 rooms and bath, only 1737 North Capitol. 6 rorms snd bath D. n. JOHNSON CO.. 1333 H st. n ...S30.50 ... 30.50 ... 32.50 ... 14.50 ... 25.50 FOB BENT SUBUBBAN. J-ROOM HOUSE. 1524 OUVE ST.. KEN1L worth, D. C; sewer and water; ererythirur In good order; rent. SIS per month. Call or phone to W. B. SHAW, K-nilworth, D. C BIG BERWYN BARGAIN Near 3 car lines; fine home; 2 lots "on a corner;" shady lawn; fruit and gardens; on easy terms; possession at once; suit R. R. man or govt, clerk; see this home bar gain at $2,500. J. L. CONWELL, 1426 N. Y. Ave. Main 2265. APABTMENTS TO LET. THE NORFOLK. 2D AND MASS. AVE. NE.-4 rooms and bath; excellent location overlooking station plaza; rent 327 and S3. D. L. SHEA, on premises. Line. 3391. FOB SALE 0B BENT. rOR RENT OR SALE IN ALL SECTIONS OF D. C.. Md.. and Va. Call and get our lists. VINCENT & WILSON. T15 11th at. nw. Phone M. 2380. DIED. DEININGER On Sunday. July 18. 1915. LENA DEININGEK. Deloved daugh ter of Antonla and the late Aloyslua Deinlngcr, at her residence. 1213 Twenty-second street northwest. Funeral Wednesday, July 21, at 9 a. m. at St. Stephen's Catholic Church. Friends and relatives Invited. HENNIO-Departed this life Friday. July 16. 1915, at l-a p. m., ELLA K. HENNIO. beloved wife of Frederick Hennltr and devoted mother of Henry J.. Howard E., of this city, and Fred erick J., of New York. Funeral service Monday. July 19. at 1:30 p. m., from residence. 1349 Sprint road. Interment at Arlington Na tional Cemetery. Friends invited. CWhitestone, Flushing;. Lone Island and Collej-e Point papers are re quested to please copy.) PERRY On Saturday. July 17. 1915, R. ROSS, nusoana or came inaw ferry. Funeral private from his residence. 1635 Massachusetts avenue northwest, on Monday. July 19. EUNEBAL DESIGNS. rUNEBAL FL0WEBS Of atrtrj DtscripUcn-Moderataiy I-rtosd. s QUDE. ' AUCTION SALES. ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OFVALUABLE REAL ES TATE. LOT NORTHWEST CORNER TWEN-TT-THIRD STREET AND WASHINGTON CIRCLE. The undersigned trustee under the last win and codicils thereto of Edward A. nanunond. decetsed. will sell at rnbhc auction, in front of the premises. on MONDAY. July 19, 1515. at 5:30 p. m.. the fol lewinz land, situate in Washington. District of Columbia, beinz lot on (1) of Pollock's subdivision. of squire thirty-eight (39), as per plat recorded ia Liber D, folio 5, of the Land Records of the aald District. Terms to be announced at sale. Depnsit of $100.00 required of purhaarr at sale. Coniejaodng. record ing, and -notarial fe at cost of rurchaaor. Term of sale- to t complied with within fifteen day from sale, otherwise trustee reserves right to resell property at nsi and cost of defaulting purchaser. after fire lara" advertisement of such resale in srene newsraper rnnllahed in Waahingteo. D. C. UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Trustee, under the will of Edward A. Hammond. By CHARLE3 A. EDWARDS. Second AUant Secretary. GEO. R. LINKINS. Attorney, mi Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Washington, D. C ijSdxS-iyttinc COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF TilB District of Columbia, Washington, July W. 1513. Ordered: That the following nuticc be duly pub lished: Ti Kate A. Flag?, owner of lot three In square 1S53: You are berebr rotiiird to correct s or Nrfore the G6TH DAY OF JULY. A. D. 1015. Tjnles.'i cti shot cau on or lefore uU day, suffi cient in the nidsxnect of the CommOTHT ti. tha District of Columbia whv you bhould not be re quired so to do, the following condition existing en the above-men tinned lot in violttion of law to wit: an acciim'itation of tout, stagnant water, by removal of wild acmmnlitmn of frail. Ktagnant wa ter from said lot. OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOPIS BROWNLOW. I W KITZ. Coram. sinners Dis trict of Columbia. W. C. WOODWARD. Health Officer. D. C. j il.2?.21 PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS ARK I.WITED FROM RE.-POXSI-ble partien Ijt the rriTilese of pubhsbin; tho offidsl Souienlr Program for the Grand Encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Revibiic to he hel't in Washington, Str.teirr.er to October Z. 19H Copies of the agreement to b entered into with the Citizens' Committee can be had urcn apchca tion to the und;rsijne,L K a C. STILES. Chiir man Printinff Committee, care Mairv-e Joice En grarinc Company. Erecinx htar Buildic;. otos yiRs TOR UIRE. 5-PAbSENGER CAR. UM TEK hour; T-pamcer. BJ0 rr hour. POWIIATAjf HOTEL, ISth t. and Pa. aie. 1'hone Slam 138. EXCELSIOR ALTO HIRE CO. Beautifully appointed cars Irom $2.00 to JIM per hour. 11K 16TH ST. (rear). Thone X, IKL NEW FORD TOURING CAR. 1915 model. Experienced white chauffeur. $1 2S per hour. Phone Clere. 509. NEW TAXI SERVICE. :0 blocks. 50c: any distance wlthla Less than city proper. 73c; 1 or 5 pjeensera. Cars. $1 23 Ier hour. Sieaal shop ping eertice. $1 per hour. Phone CcL HOT. 50c 75c NEW 1313 CARS-CAREFCL WHITE CHACF feurs. J1J0 rer hour. Special rates for trips and family parties. Phone Line 36S1. ALWAYS CALL FOR PITTS CARS AND BB sure of a fine tachlne. splendid serrice; Pieree Arrow and otber cars, $2 to $X3) per hour. Phoue CoL SH5. OPERATOR OWNER WILL 111RK IiIS NEW Maxwell for $2 per hour, or .50 per hour if longer than two hours; spedsl shopping rates cf $1 per hour if longer than two hours. Special rates for trips. Line. 216. 23 Sth st. ne. FORD ROADSTER. PERFECT CONDI tion; oversized tires, electric IiRhts; worth JloO: will sell to prompt purchaser for 1300. Phono Main 3213. Col. 563 SI.50 and s2 Per hour. Cara dris era by oiTxtera. All New Autos. Special Rates for Outings. Quick Service. AUTO HIRE COMPAirr FIVE AND seven passenger cars; 32 and 33 per hour, none better. L. 2563. PEBS0NALS. WORKINGMEN-CANNOT BB DETEJUIlNEU by reading about It, got to cmie and see what's doing right here; there' a rtatt-n for all this hustle, must be the wsy we saluo our stock. We buy for raah and sell low. See the new $3 shoes at $2. One price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D. XV c i;uarnnt?e to cuir sinnplct. acne and irczrnifi Fnclal MfiMncr Scnlr TrrnOnpnt DERMAT0L0GICAL INSTITUTE, 1622 H ST. N. W. THE ALDERSON SYSTEM Facial Blemlnhfn Removed. The Com ptexton Ilcantlfled. MOVING PICTURE FANS become a rhototlay Actor or Actress. Excep tional opportunity offered. Inctructions given in pbotoplsy actln. dramatic acting, scenario writing. etc. Tuition fee reasonable. See J. H. ULUAMb. 1813 llth at., rp-taiis. Erenings from 7 to . MIC.C TAIN Manlcunns ana Scalp HJIiX) t-rtlll Treatment. 716 7tli at. N. W Apt. 1. Phone Main 7425. DR. FISK ELGIN, SPECIALIST, Bit rtmoted tu onict to 1233 ft. tie. a. m ensifffineDU call ill in 01S. ANNETTE HODGE. Ph. D.. M. D., CIBCDLATION SPECIALIST. Phone JL 432, The Erunitick, 1332 I st. nw. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STEEET. 0VEB 30 YEABS' CnrToTchroNerVS ind Spedil Oiifue at Mm and Womcr. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrh. Obesity, Bheumatism. Constipation. Piles. Throat. Lunrs. Brain. Heart, Blood and Skla Diaeaan. Nrrroua Debility. Kidney Dtseasea. Blad cr Troubles, bpedflc Blood Poisoning. EtupUsls. Ulcers, and AU Prirate Diseases Cured for Ufa by Eafe Methods. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished, CONSULTATION FBEE. Private Waiting Boom for Ladies, Office Boom, 10 to X 3 to i. Sunday. 10 to a MISS WELLS ea p. ra. 233 O at Bar. Atartment 2. third floor. NOTItTEi Arttadal tectk and second band Diamond! and Jewelry boa-rat. Lamia Abrakaiaaa. SIS O. Ob. Pat. Offiaa MOVTNQ, PACKING, STOKING. STORAGE Low rates for, tlxa attmaaer aaoatka. MoTlar, packlnr. aad abippiasj. Eatl matra. LITTLEF1ELD. AbiUHU C CU. Branch Office. 140S Fa. ave- Ph. W. TTT. Ym. mor Imm Jox ator. aare. 'X. 4315 err IV. 184. 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