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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY, JUL 27, 1915. BIG HANDICAP WONBY HODGE Runs First in Classy Field in Yonkers Stake at Aque duct Track. ACHIEVEMENT SCORES Xew York, July lo. Racing shifted to Aqueduct today. The feature of the day, the Yonkers Handicap, was won by Hodge. Last Saturday Hodge ran un placed in the Empire City Handicap at Belmont, but today he had plenty of speed, and after Holiday. Leo Skolny and Coquette had run themselies out he drew away to an easy victor . Evidently Hodge Is not in favor of the reverse English way of running races at Bel mont. He covered the mile in 1:3$ 1-5. Just a fifth of a second slower than the track record. "Dick" Carman chuckled to himself when his Achievement won the Wake field Handicap. "Dick" has been sayine all along that he had some horse in Achievement, and the performance today Justified this belief. Achievement was at the liberal price of 11 to 5. Prince of Como took the place, while Miss Puzzle was third. Summary- FIRST RACE-3-jesr-oIds: selling; $31 added: six tad one-Half furlongs. Volant. 108 IT. McTsg sart). T to 5. 3 to 5. out. vcn, Noureddin, 105 (Bux ton). 9 to 1 T to 5. 3 to 5. eecood Outlook. 101 (J McTaggsrtl. li to 5. 6 to 5. 1 to 2. third. Time. 1093-3. Jesee. jr.. Maryland Gul. High Tide. Minstrel, Antrim and Chesterton also ran. SECOND RACE-Jjear-oM and upward. selling; IStO added; one mde. Bac. 113 (Butwelll. 7 to 20. oat. woo: Lahore, 106 (Lilly). 16 to S. T to 10. out. ien4; Sons xf Valley, 103 (J. McTagganl. 20 to 1 t to 1, S to 5. third. Time. 1.333-5. Tale ear ner and Frank Hudson alo ran. THIRD RACE Th Wakefield handicap: value S2.500; 2-year-olds: lire and one half furlong! Achievement. Ill (Butoell). 11 to 5, 3 to 5, out, won; Prince of Como. US (MqCahey). 9 to 5. 3 to I. out, second, Mi. Puzzle. 113 (Turner), 2 to 1. S to 6, out, third. Time. 1:07. - Hands Off and Whimsy also ran. FOURTH RACE The lookers handicap; 3-year-olds and upward; $500 added o-ie mile. Hodge. 113 (Bon!), S to 3. even, 2 to 5. uon. Holiday. 93 (McTaggart). 10 to 1. 3 to 1, 7 to 5. second. Co auetle. 103 iButwell). 5 to t I to S 2 to 5. third. Time. 1331-5. Bayberry Candle, Transi- and Leo Ekolney alao ran. FIFTH RACE Steeplechase, maiden 3-.vear-oWs and upward; edling; about two mi!s Cloud. 141 (Chandler). 7 to 5. 1 to 2 1 to 4. won: McNab. HI (Corbett), J to 2. 7 to 5. 7 to 10. second: Brush. 143 (Stevenson), 7 to 1, 5 to 2. 6 to 5, third. Tune. 426. Aviator, Escccla. Stars and Stripes, Suaanee, Aberfeldy and Cheer Cp also ran. AftUEDUCT ENTRIES. FIRST RACE-2-jear-clds. conditions, fire fur longs. Startling. Ill, Rmomrale. 115. Mustard. 110; Red Cloud. 104: Sasui. 110 SECOND RACE-3-ea--olds and upward selling: one mile. Dr. Durnner. Id Easter Mar. 109; Camelia. 106. Neptthya. 97 Alhena. 101. 'Ray o' Light. 107; Carlton G . 113. Richard Langdon. Ill; Lights Out. 93. THIRD RACE 3-year-olds and upward, selling: one mile. Ella Bryson 111: Wooden Shoes. 115: Charles F. Grainger. 106, Sam Slick. 105. Dart worth. 109, Commauretta. 91. Lord Marshall. 114 Brian Boru, 106; Miss Barnharbot, IN; Melo Park. M. FOURTH RACE 3-vear-olds and upward: high weigtrt handicap: the Katonu, Mt and a half fur longs. Superintendent.. 133 Harry Junior, 121; Grumpy, 133: PoUrius. I2S He Will. 127. Helen Barbee. 136. Harr Shaw 110. I-idv Barhary. 115 FIFTH RACE 4 year -olds and upward selling; tElle and a sixteenth. G M Miller 115. Perth R&4, 195. Gut Fiiher. 115 Superstition. 97; Stone hecge. 1C7; Hhiod. 112 El Oro. 110. Narier, 107; Northerner 102: 'Rblnetta. 93. SIXTH RACE-2-car-old maidens; fire furlongs. Quinre, 113; Rae B , 109; Naiigator. 112; Sir Vlsiari. 113- Ernui- R lfl St IHdore, 101. Cloud. HI"- Venture. 1") Joe. 113. Rcsbtible, N!li 112. Apprentice allowance cluired. Rrd 109. HAMILTON RESULTS. FIRST RACK-Pme rW maiden 2 rear-olds. furlongs. Renard lit 'rhuttinjerl . 7 to B to 2. 6 to 5. won Js k Itcere 10 Hoorer). 12 to 1, 5 to 1, 2 to 1 teo-nd Ardent. 113 (Ixiuderl. 4 to 1. 2 to 1. eten third Time, 1 91 2 ". Msr Jnrie E Reserte. Blark FrMt. hemler Stalwart, Ocean Innre. Sand ' Pleasure. Prohibition, and Sarsrminc al'o ran SECOND RACK- Por Ifin"' Trar-.l-ls and upward selling, ere and ne-ixteenth miles. Fh nome. 89 (Colliisi 4 t 1 2 t( 1 eien. on; Briekler. II (Wairinctmi . 2 t. 1 5 to 1. 2 to .. second Flltawsv 1(6 tTi!n-, 7 to 2 een. 1 to 7. third Time. 1 42 5 Prince Ii"gr. WiH Hot-. Hndda'a Brcthrr. and Mroa ako ran THllil) RACE -Three '.imlli and upward. riiie S.VB) (We and 'in a'f furlongs Orrstal, 111 (Metcilfl, 3 to 1. e(.n. 3 t snn Hesve Latimer. 104 (Coopers. I to 1. 3 to 2. 7 t' 10 wmi Cat. Ben. HI IWimwuri. 5 ui 1 :p . eren. third. Time 1"0 CrTi.tlluent ltR)tfi'rd Mnrdecal. Pampinea Strathcarn A'p-nt Blackford. Lady Mexican and El MahHt al-o rn FOPRTH RACE "a'-'innrh-i'ii Hardieap. 3 year-olds and upwanl ti" and .nr-eglit!i mile Cnmmads. 108 (Uarrii'Ztw 7 t' "'. t 2, out. mn Barnegst. ? .oarnen 1 in 1 6 to 5. out cond, Elcttlon KO iMetti 3 to 5. 7 to 10. out. third. Time. 1 5.T 1' l Hei pier alo ran. FIFTH RACE Selling, too-'.-ar old., (lie fur longs Candle. If2 (-ilinttingerl 11 to l.l 4 to 1 2 to 1. won. Gentlewomen 9T Ac-ton. to 1. 3 t 1. 7 to 5. second. Little Bigger 0 (Loader) S to 1. 3 to 1, 7 to 5. third Ture. 1 l "-S GoMen Lit. Sema, Peggy O'llnen. Taajan. Marjone. Mary Esrelle. and Gkimer al-o ran SIXTH RACE Krnilwintli S-lhrg Handirap. 3-ear-olds and upward sii furlong. Yorkiille JK) (Morris). IS to 1. t" I 3 to 1. win. Pritet Petsl. 104 (Metcilfl. 5 to 1 3 to 1 eten. ecoad Pua Around. 95 lllirsti 31 to 1. to 1. 4 to 1. thitd Time. 1 13 1 Droll. Imperatcr. Zindei. Knight's Differ. Iyxluel and Glmt also ran. SEVENTH RA E Slting -ear-o!d-. and upward foaled in Canada, pirse 5l. one mile on the turf Rustling. 10? (Coojieri. 9 to 10. 2 to 5. out. won: Manon Gaien, 'CI ( Vctoin 3 to 1. to 5. 1 to 2. second arolta. S (Steams), IS to 1. ( to 1. 3 to 1, third Time 1 42 Maid of Frome. 6hrore Tide Last Sjvrk. Caper Sauce, Duke rf Chester. Harry Bassett II. and Mausoleus also ran Congress Heights League. HAMILTON A P. AR. R. II. PO A. E. Stere. c 4 0 3 14 4 0 Roby. 3b. If 4 0 0 110 Firsll. ss 4 0 0 14 0 Dstis. cf 4 110 0 0 Wright, rf , 4 0 10 0 0 Warder, p - 3 0 0 110 Anthony. 3b 3 0 0 111 Quigley. If 3 0 0 0 0 0 Tsylor. 3b 1113 0 0 Albred. lb 3 I 2 1 0 Totala 32 3 I 37 3 STEEL PLANT. AB. R. H. PO. A E. Treadway. ef 4 113 0 1 riliott. If 3 0 10 0 0 SUtoa. if 4 0 0 0 10 Diion. 3h 4 12 7 10 Benner. lb .. 0 1 4 0 0 Flneran. a 3 C 1 1 0 Flaherty. 2b 4 0 0 0 5 1 Burggel. P 4 0 0 15 0 Pearson, c... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Totals. 3 T 21 13 t Hamilton A. O S 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 x-3 Bteel riant 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0-2 First base by rrorsHsmilton A. O.. I; fteel riant. 3 Left on bases Hamilton A. C. 5: Steel Plant, T First base an balls-Off Warder, t. Hits mads-On Warder. I: Burgges. . Struck out By Warder. 11. by Burgisa. . Two-baa hits Taylor. Treadway. Stete.- tHion. Stolen bases Dlioo, L Cmpire Mr. Rugges. Always the Same Tharp's Berkeley Rye pedal Private Dells-err. I is (treat N. W. Pksaa Mala art". ARDMORE CLUB BOXING 5r Bautkera ChaunDloaihlD BaMla. TOMMY LOWE, at Wanhlnctaa. va. WIIXIE HOUCK, ol ralladelphU. IS Ravada to aaPrelataa. Mx All-star PreEasUaarlea. iLL'tJirafa: srssmjf- S2&3VZ JEDEBAL LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Chicago. 11: Baltimore, 3. Baltimore. 5; Chicago, 1. , Newark, J; FtUaburgh, 1.. St. Louia. I; Brooklyn, 5. oamkFtodaz. Baltimore at Pittaburgh. BnSalo at Chicago. Newark at St. Loui. Brooklyn at Kanaaa City. ETANDftO OF THE CLUBS. W. L. Pct.1 51 38 .STSJNewark ... 50 37 .5751 Brooklyn ., 49 49 J61I Buffalo.... 4 40 .5351Baltimore., W. LvPet. M 3 .371 II 51 .4S 41 (3 .136 Chicajo Kanaaa thty.. St. Louis Pittsburgh.... 33 M .379 Berwyn Wins Easily. Special to The Waahlngton Herald. Berwyn, July 36. The local baseball club played rings around the State De partment team of Washington here yes terday, defeating the visitors, 10 to 4. Turner, pitching for the locals, worked well In the pinches, and the entire Berwyn team handled the willow ef fectively. Score: BERWYN. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Dooley, ss. 5 2 J 1 2 1 Ketner. If. 5 3 2 0 11 Burrh. lb 5 13 8 10 J. Turner. Sb 4 0 0-1 2 0 Fischer. 3b 4 115 3 0 W. Turner, p. 3 13 0 3 0 Torbert. c. 4 116 10 Frost, cf. 4 113 10 Boilesu. rf. 4 114 0 0 Totala 33 10 1 27 13 3 6TATE DETART. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Tardley. If . 5 13 10 0 Postlewsilr. 3b 10 0 0 0 0 Lemat. 3b 4 0 1 3 S 2 Newion. as 5 0 0 110 Ralloran. e - 4 0 1 I 1 0 Vctal. rf 4 0 10 0 0 Alvinseu. lb 3 0 1 10 1 0 Myers, rf. 1 0 00 0 0 MeMahon. rf. ." 3 0 0 0 0 0 Conlen. 3b. 3 3 12 3 0 Montgomery, p. 110 13 0 Totals . 34 9 34 12 'Bean batted for Poatlewait in ninth. Two-base hit Ketner. Burch. Vardley. Doable play Proat to Fisher to Turner. -Base oo balls Off Turner, 2. Wild ritch Turner. Left on ba.c Berwyn. 8; State Department, 9 Struck out By TlirmT. 6. by Montgomery. 6. Hit by pitcher By Turner (Montgomery and Conlon); br Montgomery (Turner). Stolen bases Dooley (3), Ketner. Burch, Lemat f2). Umpire Mr. Sherman. Time of game 1 hour and 50 minutes. Eosedale League. ROSEDALE. AB. R. PO. A. 0 0 9 2 0 2 1 2 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Charlton, ef Fitz-sld. e.... Kirkland. as..... Mnran, 3b Miller. b Noone, If , Claude. 2b Beall. rf 3 1 1 2 "2 0 1 1 o 0 0 0 , n. o o o o o o o l 0 0 A. O'NeU. p... Sslb. p , Cornell, p . Totals GIBRALTAR. Mortimer. 3b Punls. rf Piekmann, c RarhagiUo. rf Mulvey. 2b Veihmeyer, lb N. Moran. as O'Donnell. If Ballenger. p Neritt, p 12 21 AB. . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 1 . 1 .26 H. PO. A. E. 0 3 3 Total! 4 2 Fitzgerald out for interference. Rosedale ... 0 0 C Gibraltar 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-8 0 1 0 0-1 First base on balls-Off Ballenger. 3; off Neritt. 3. Innings pitched-By O'Netl. 3; by Salb. 1: by Cor nell. 3 by Ballerger. 22 3. by Neritt. 11-3. Hits made-Off O'Neil. 2, off Cornell. 2: off Ballenger. 7. off Nentt. 5. Struck out By Ballenger. 2: by Nesitt. 7 by 0-Nell. 3. by Salb. 2; by Cornell. 4. Home ninVMike" Moran. Three-base hit Beall. Stolen basev-Miller. Noone. Claude. Beall (2). Wild piteles Salb (21. Ballenger. Umpire Messrs. Dore and Mjcrs. Time of game 1 hour and 35 minutes. East Wahinjrton S. S. League. ST. AGNES. Marino, cf Thompson, sa., p... Schroth. rf , 3IcLamer. lb J. Flaherty. 3b . c MrPhiloimy. ss.. 31 Stetens. 2b . m ... . Murray, c , If Meade, p Johnson. If., 2b Totals KELLER." R. Flvnn. If Mirtimer. ss Rchrman. 2b Dodge, lb Htuseraan. 3b Bitterberder. cf .... Cake, rf Tirrtnn, rf..- T. Rector, c S. Rector, p Weber. If Totals St Agnes ueller AB. . 5 . 4 . 5 . 3 . 4 . 4 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 1 . 34 AB. . 5 . 4 . 5 5 . ? . 5 . 3 . 0 . 3 . 4 , 0 H. PO. A. E. 0 0 12 4 St 10 R. n. PO. A. E 3 110 0 ) 0 1 1 I 0 : 2 li l 2 3 I 3 C : o o 14 1 1 3 0 .0 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0-3 1 1-14 Firt base b crror-St Agnes. 3. Keller. 5 Left en base--t. Apies. 7- Keller. 3. Firvt base on lulU-Off Meade. 3. ot Rector. 2 Innings pitched B) Meade. 3. by Thompson. 5 Hits msde-OlI Meade. 7. off Thomr-on. 1. Struck outBy Thomp-s-n. 3. by Rector. 7 Two-base, hits-Flaherty. Bit tenbender. Hauseman. Stolen bases Manno. Thomp son. Schroth. Mcl'hilomy. It Flynn (21. Rohrman 12). Blttenbendrr. Cake. Rector (3). Double play Johnson to McLamejr to Ktetens. Hit by ratcber Br Rector Md'hilomy. Meade. MeLarney Passed ball-Murray Umrire-Mr. Kiper. Time of game 1 hour and 15 minutes. HAMILTON ENTRIES. FIRST RACE-rnrse W: I-yerWs fosled In Canada, fire furlongs. Hrcus Flame, lis; uaianay. 1M. Kathleen H-. 1U: Armine. ui; inomas mo Rrroer. 101. smivn ItACE-Pune: 3-yesr-olds and upward: maideoa and vinners of one race, to be ridden by maiden jrteys. six furlongs. Sir L. Joe. 107; White Cronn. 107. Scrutineer. 103. I Inralides. 105; Northern Lignt, 102; Black Pine, 114; Schemer. 103. Ieana. 1M: Col. Randell, 107. THIUD :itCE-Purse JODO: 4 yesrolds and np ard. selling' tar furlongs. Supreme. 107; Beso mont Belle. 18; 'Liberty Hall. 91: 'Martin Caaca. !: -Dr. R L. Swarenger. 98. Keweaaa, 105: 'Uncle Jtmmle. 1C9; Marjorie A., 108; Tenghee, H! In lan. ! FOURTH RACE-Purse .500; Nursery Flate: 2-yrar-olds. m furlongs. King Nertune, 112; Dodge, 115- aRegina. 112: aTaka, 10J. aCoupIed. FIFTH RACE-Purse J600: 3-year-oldl and up ward: selling; mils and one-liteenth. 'Hudas Brother. 101: 'Lucky George. 1C7: Pliant. 103; FronUer. 101: Runway, 107: Cliff Stream. 105; Iflrka. 104: 'Patience. KM: DaredeiiL 91; J. H. Houghton. 110: 'Cordie F 1(0; Cliff Edge. 105. SIXTH RACE Purse J300; 3-year-olds and np ward; selling: te and one-half furlongs. Joseflna Zarate. 9S: Schnanrs. 96; Ray R. Miller, 106; Haiersack, 5; 'Charles Francis. 93; Marrelons. 103; Lady Lightning. 109: Water Lily. 109; Mi9 Waters, 109; 'Aimee Leslie, 99; Brookeress, 101; Littlest Rebel. 101. Aim eligible: 'Mater, 101: Van Bn. 109; E. M. Wataon. HI. SEVENTH RACE-Purse S600: 3-year-olds and upward; one mile on turf. Ida Clair, 103; Kazan, 108; 'Carrie Oime,. 103: Valas. 105; 'Lady Spirit uelle, 108; Maiden Bradley, K; Dorcris, 103; 'En core, 95: 'Darederil, 96; Mabel Montgomery, 93; African Beau. 100; Subject, 100; Twilight, 98. Also eligible: 'Meelicka. 93. Aperrntice allowance claimed. How the War Hits Polo. The effept of the war on polo In Eng land Is described in an article published in a recent Issue of the Field and English Sportsman. The paper says: "Polo is tho recreation that sutlers most from the war. The military element ia atronjr. In polo circles, and every officer Is now on duty somewhere or other, with other things to occupy his attention han polo stick and balL "That the game Is an excellent one for the cavalry officers. In that It aids them to become rood horsemen and ac quire the dash necessary for a leader of mounted men. has been niade apparent by the course of the war. The names of many expert players have appeared In the. casualty lists, and most of the polo players fit for service are with the colors." This means that little polo will be played this season, althoucb effortsTare being made to keep frounda open for the benefit of officers in training. At thtsa faw matehaa. wounded soldiers will COMMERCE WINS AFTER GREAT UPHILL FIGHT Bureau Is Beaten in Crucial Game, 8 to 7 Rally in Ninth Lands Verdict. By virtue of their win over Bureau in the Government League yesterday. Commerce annexed the second series, giving; them the right to play 'Slarlnes for the league title. The Commerce team displayed the old never-say-dle spirit, and with the score 7 to 5 against them, with two men down In the ninth, rrince diew a walk, went to second on a wild pitch, stole third, and scored on BlshofTs double to left, Bis hofT coming over a moment later with the tying; run on Kinney's slashing single, to left. Fraser, first up for Commerce In the tenth, reached first in Limerlc's error, went to third on Angl's perfect sacrifice and scored the winning run on Downey's weird heave to catch him at third, the ball going into the crowd. "Ray" Blshoff, who pitched and played first shared the honors with Fraser In the victory, for, besides getting four hits out of five" time up, he went to the mound with two on and none down In the eighth and held the fast Bureaultes scoreless, and the following Inning took the side in order, having the opposing batsmen practically at his mercy. Score: BUREAU. Limenc. ss Datis. 3b Roch. 2b Strait, c Downey, lb. Flannery. If Bell. r. rf Gordon, cf McLanen. rf.... Ctoson, p Totals COMMERCE. Creditor. s Zurntk, ss .. . . Clesry. 3b Pnnte. If Bi'hoff. "b. p... Kinne. 2b . .. Wallenberg, ef.. Fraeer. rf Angel, c AB. R. H. ro. A. E. 4 10 0 1 .. 39 AB. .. 4 .'. 5 . 4 . 5 . 5 .. 4 .. 5 . 4 . 5 i 30 12 R. H. PO. A. E. 0 13 4 1 1 1 3 Jooes, p. lb Totala.. O S 13 30 Ccmmerce....A 110 12 0 0 0 2 Bureau 400010200 First tase by errors-Commerce. 7; Bureau. 3. Left on bases Commerce. ; Bureau. 7. First base, on balls-Off Jones. 5. Bell. I Croson, I. In nings pitched-By Jones. I; by Bell. 4 1-3; Croson. 5,2-Jt Br-hoff, 3 Hits made Off Jonm. 8: Bell. J; Croson. . Bioff, 10. Times at bat Against Jores. 31; Bell. 21; Croson. 23; Bishnff. 8, Struck out-Br Jones. 7: Bell. 4; Croson. 8: Bishoff. 1. Th-ee-baso hltif-Bishoff. Downey. Bell and Flan nery. Two-base hit BelL Sacriflco hit Angel. Stolen hasej-Limeric. Datis. Downey. Cleary. Pr.nce (2). Fraser. Dcible day Creditor to Kinney to Jones. Wild pitches-Bell 1: Croson. 2; Jones, 1. Cmpire Mr. Shurtleff. Trme ot game-2 hours and 10 minutes. UMPIRES PLEASE BOSSES. Lengne llendu Snttuflcd Trlth the Work of Their Men. Boston. Mass, July 26 Both Ban John son and John K. Tener declared that they are perfectly satisfied with the work of their umpires. It is a fine thing to know that somebody is satisfied with the um piring that has been going on this season. An arbitrator's Job is one of the hardest Jn existence and for that very reason It takes a mighty good man to hold it down. There is no question as to the honesty of the Indicator men in the big leagues but there is more than a reasonable doubt as to the ability of some of them. No one expects infallibility, but good eye sight and cool Judgment are, necessary In an umpire, and atrocious decisions that have been rendered, this jear would lead to the belleef that some of the men In charge of the games in the big leagues have a superfluity of neither eyesight nor Judgment. On the other hand it Is only fair to say that the work of the majority of the umpires is highly satisfactory. There are more good ones than bad ones, but the bad ones are very bad. CAN'T STOP ELI0NSKY. In Strait JnrkPt nnr Chain He Srrlms About Five Mllr. New York, July 26 Incased in a strait jacket and carrjins fifteen pounds of Iron chain as a sort of extra ballast, Henry Elionsky swam from the Battery to Bay Ridge jesterday. The distance was about five miles and the time was two hours and forty minutes. Elionsky was helped by the rushing tide. He had several narrow cscaies from the harbor craft, and once a tug boat came within thirty feet of running him down. Holy Name League, ST STEPHENS. AB. R. JI. Pa A. E. Witte. 3b 3 0 0 13 0 Colbert, ss 4 2 2 12 0 O'Brien, p 4 12 110 McMnrray. c 4 2 2 11 2 0 C.annU. a 4 10 21 Fisher, cf 4 1110 0 Goodrich. lb 4 0 14 0 1 Connor, rf. 2 0 0 0 0 0 Mace. If 4 12 0 10 Totals S3 8 10 21 9 I ST. VINCENTS. AR. R. II. T"0. A. E. Ryan. If 2 0 10 0 0 Thomas, m 3 1112 1 Raum. c 4 117 0 0 Taylor, a 4 0 12 2 1 Wrissman. p 4 0 112 1 Hamei, lb 4 C 3 7 0 0 Litchfield, cf 4 0 2 1 0 0 Mullen, rf 3 0 110 0 Jenkins, S 3 10 110 Totals 31 3 10 21 7 3 St. Stephens. 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 8 St. Vincents 0 0 10 0 0 2 3 First base by errors St. Vincents, 1. Left on basew-St. Vincents. : St. Eterbens. t. First bass on balls-OS O'Brien. 2; Weissnan, 6. Struck out By O Erien. S: Welsscosn. 5. Home rnn-OBrien. Two-base hita-Colbert IZ). and Litchfield. Stolen basea Witte. McJlurray (Z), Gantt Zl, Connor, Mace and Fisher. Double play Colbert to Ranntt to Goodrich. Hit by pitcter-By Wrissman (Wltte) Balk Weiasmaa. Umpire Mr. Lone. Time of fame 1 hour and 45 minutes. Terminal R. B. Y. M. C. A. League MORNING GAME, RAGGAGE. Bincham,' tb... Jarria, If AB. II. R. PO. A. E. i C 0 0 Darby, as.... 1 -0 3 Z 0 1 Myers, e Bottler. a... Tomlinson, So... Nsples, cf Uncork; rf Fischer, p Totals .?. CAR DETT. Kllroy, p licCann. lb..... Hardy, as....... Pneh, 3b. Thompson, lf.. SImnfOO. Cava... West. it.......i Birley. 2d...m.. ,.. e ii a 3 AB. R. H. PO. A.fi. at 1 A A ? 1 w 1 V V DndsoB, ef..... Totals........ Barrs re. ........ ..... U 10 u s 11041131 Car Dept. lillllli 1 U Left oo baocsBa-Braa-a. I; Car Dept.. u. First beta on balli-OsT Fischer, I; Naples, 1, Innints pitched By Fischer, ; Naples. S. Hits maoV-Off Fischer, V: Naplea. 3. Rnxk out-By Flachar. : Naples. ; Sitroy. II. Thrta-baas hlt-Jarrla. Dar by. Sanlaa, UrCaan. Bbiey. Two-baas hita-Mc-CUn, Haidy. Pttjrh. Bimrham, lania. Darby. Mysvs ro. Botersr (9, Btsrork. Stolen basssv mvAt, Pnrrh l. Slaarm a. Birley m, West. UlsiWsV, -Jsrria, Darby. Bottler (a. Naplea, Fischer. Klaoark a. Uoubla ptay-Fagli ta Blrky. Hit is Tjstenar-oy rucner insai; By (Hy, BWaw. D. DssjsH .IssVjr. W. READ AND USE FOUND ADS FREE Any one finding: anything and wishing to reach the owner may do so i by reporting the fact to The' Herald The advertisement will be printed' In this column free of charge. LOST AND POUND. FOUND-IN LEVERTO.VS. 110S O 8T. XW., cue railrcad ticket from Washington to Milwau kee, including berth. Arrlj to MANAGER ot LtTerton'i. LOST-FOX TERRIER; BROWN AND WHITE; no collar: name "Donnle." Return to Dr. J. E. CIIAMBERLIN; Bureau of'Engraiing and Printing. Reward. LOST-TUE LADY WHO FOUND THE pocketbouk left on the waist counter on second foor at Goldruberg'a Store can find owner of same at 1246 10th st. cw. HELP "WANTED MALE FISHER'S AGENCY. M 10TH ST. NVf. HELP SUPPLIED.' DAT. WEEK. OR MONTH. PHONE MAIN 3514. WANTED A YOUNG PRO FESSIONAL MAN Doctor or Lawyer cr Clergyman to represent a Six Hundred Million Dollar financial Intent -ment and protection company. Thousands of local intestora. Commission bank BOX J. Washington Herald. HELP WANTE1V-FEMALE. WANTED-A "VODNG LADV FOR OF?ICB work, with knowledge of stenography and type writing. 2UJ 14th at. APPRENTICES TO LEARN FRENCH DRESS- cutting, Jreaemaking. designing, and millinery: gooa roainons furnished alter learning. NEW YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 1115 G St. HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE WANTED YOUNG MAN OR girl familiar with handling clas sified advertising accounts. Apply Herald office. MAIN 113 U. S. Employment Agency N W. Cor. 9th and E sts. nw. Do you need a position Do you need competent help? A trial will convince you that we are on the level. 2ut.0S m EP uior skU-X. M. 8714, District Taxi Service Less than 10 blocks, 50c: anywhere in city rroper, 75c or $1.25 per hour. White chauffeurs. 1'Ott HIRE. 5-1'ASSENGER CAR. CJO PES hour: 7-passrnger, J3.50 per hour. TOWHATAN HOTEL. 18th A. and Pa. are. Phone Main 205. EXCELSIOR ACTO HIRE CO. BeanUfully apiolnted can from $3.00 to f3.50 per hour. 1133 lorn ST. (rear). Pbona N. 33SL NEW FORD TODRINO CAR, 1913 model. Experienced whlta chauffeur. 81.26 rer hour. Phone Clere. 500. NEW TAXI SEBVXCRL .0 blocks, Sue; tnj disuse -wttMo Less thao city proper. T5c; 1 or 5 pawensera. Can. $1.23 P-t hour Spedal hop ping MTTice. l per hour. Ptone CoL 1107. 50c 75c LIGHTNING AUTO SERVICE. SLSfr PER HOUR and ujx Cars driten by OWNERS. Call Col. 5SJ. Any section ol city reached in few minutem. Very special ratea to parties. NEW 1915 CARS-CAREFUL WHITE CIIAUF feurs. $1.50 per hour. Special TtUa lor trips and family parties. Phone Line, XSU ALWAYS CALL FOR PITTS CARS AND BE sure of a fine machine, splendid sen Ice; t'lerce Arrow and other cars. $2 to )X50 per hour. Phone Col. 5195. OPERATOR-OWNER WILL HIRK HIS NEW Maxwell for $2 per hour, or $1.50 per hour if losxer than two hours; special shopping rates of $1 per hour if longer than two hours. Special ratea for trip. Line 216. 2 2 6th st. ne. Col. 563 1 JO and $S Per hour. Cara driven byonneri. All New Autos. Special Rates for Outings. Qulclr Service. FORD ROADSTER: PERFECT CONDITION: derailed tires, electric lithts; worth 1460; will cell to prompt purchaser for (300. Phont M. 33S. AUTO HIRE COMPANT FIVE AND seven passenger cars; $2 and ?! par hour: none better. L. 252 AUTOS FOR SALE MAXWELL RUNABOUT; FIRST-CLASS RUN clns order; price, 130, on account learinc city. 1137 Potomac aie. se. Telephone Line. S3. F0S SALE 0 BENT. FOR RENT OR SALE IN ALL SECTIONS Of V. C, Md.. and Ta. Call and fat our lists. VINCENT & WILSON. ns :ith st- nw. Pbon. m. aao. FOB SALE H0BSES. IIORSE-DRIVINO OR SADDLE; STYLISH dark bay. M. A. EMERSON. Falkitono Courts, rhona Col. 44T DIED. IIAXN'AX-On Monday, July 16. 1915. JOHN T. HANNAN, beloved husband of Blanche M. Hannan (nee Lamb.) Notice of funeral hereafter. KELLEY-On Monday, July 18. 1515, at 4:40 a. m.. at her late residence, 720 Seventh street northeast. Washington. D. C. ANNA J. KELLET, widow of Thomas B. Kellev. Funeral Tuesday. July 27, from her late residence. Interment at Lumber ton, N. J., on Wednesday at 4 p. m (Philadelphia papers please copy.) FUNEBAL DESIGNS. PDNEHAL FLOWERS Of Ertt Dtscrlptloa-Uodtratal FrlesxL GUDE. rontsal Oeelxr aTtenanl Iaaslrn MIN0B LEAGUE BESULTS. INTERNATJOXAI. LEAGUE. Rldunond. I; Mootml, . , Harriabors;. 1; Rochester. 4. BuflaloJtrsej Ciur-Fostponed. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. ClfTSland, 2; COlranbua. J. Lanlarille, 3; IndianapoUa. t, Mn.aukcr, : St. Panl. 1L alinntapoUs-Kanaaa Ctty Wet ptmnda, Palais Boyal Wiai. The Palais Royal team continued Its svlnnlng" streak, yesterday by defeat Inlcr the Engineers team at the Ar senal grounds In a. 'Well-played game? 8 to 2 . Olnxell. who pitched for the winners, twirled' a. creditable srams. Score by innings: Falaii Bojal....... 1 3 ( 24 BaHlrrrTTT w a I . S . w". Wthxy School Was. The Henry School baseball team defeated- the Cleveland School yester day; 3 to 1. due to the fine pitching ot Roberta. Score) by Innings: i -! r - mm BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. SHOE REPAIRING. United Shoe Repairine Co. Hlgt-grads irpalring work railed for and delitered. sv u si. rnone era. LOOK! CAN YOU BEAT IT! LOOK! Men's Half Soles tewed on 50c Done in ten mlnutca. while you wait. COSMOPOLITAN SHOE REPAIR STORE, 52J 7th st. nw. Phone M. 8M9. FOR SALE FURNITURE, NEW AND sugniiy usea: easy terms, save money. Buy at HOPWOOD, 8th and K. ICE HOXES AND REFRIGERATORS. McCBAY REFBIGERATORS And Coollnjr, Rooraa Are TJnequalrd. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO., . 611 F St. N. W. LAUNDRY. ROBINSON HAND LAUNDRY. Rough-dry sod finish work. Gentlemen's work and shirt waLts sptclsltj. Call M. 230). 1017 4th st. nw. UPHOLSTERING. n-Plece . .. Parlor Suite fR $8.00 blip Cove's Made to Order, TOe. Estimates Cheerfully Ciren. Call, write, or j.bone and tcaL wtu cm witn sampii Amerlrnn Upbolaterlnig A Slip Coier Co.. eSTFSt.X.AV. Main I13J. WALLPAPERING. WALL PArERIXC AND INTERIOR DECOBAT- ing. First-class work at moderate prices. See PAUL F. BAHNETT. Keligioiu, artidea for sale. 35 H st. nw. Phone L. 3129-J. AUTO SLIP COVERS. FORD TOURING CARS. Slip Covers ot Waibable Dimuk. H50 per aet. Iiotect jour car and ciolh at nvincs price. 9l.SC per set, perUl this wk. uaU SI. fix. U. S. Ul'IiOL-STFXING CO.. CO 10th sL aw. BIG MOSEY IN UE.VL ESTATE BUSINESS Bt my metboda, not old timer waj ot booka X mxd 23.000 In thrtr year. City and rountrx. Coats sotbioff ta iUrt th buuora rarticulars frt, MEAD, 277 liroadwaj. New York. PAINTS, VARNISHES. AND STAINS. THE DURABLE HOME Ready mixed palnta and stains, prepared fe J. JOS. CATHLOTH. 3C8 44 st. sw. M. KM J. GET OCR SALES AND RENT LISTS. John F. Donohoe & Sons, 311 PA. AVE. SE. PIES AMD CAKES. HOAE-MATJB PIKS AND CAKES. Call JI. 7598. 516 Third st. nw. MRS. C. LEATHERS PIA0 TUX II G. PIANO TUNING. JLiO; TVORK GUAB anteed; 30 years' experience In repair worK. T. HULVCiuiU.N, 1233 ivortt Car olina ave. ne. Lin. 3S5S. a-AINTING AND PAPKltHANGINO, WALTj PAPER. 10c. 15c. He, A23V 5o paper. 5c and 10c per piece; rooms pa pered 13 up. PlaBlerinB and painting of all klnda. LIS PltEUX. Bi P iu nr. Phono N. 348L WINDOW CLEANING. PHONE M. il TO HAVE TOUR WINDOWS leaned. Acs. Window Cleaning Co.. m O sv. PEES0NAIS. WORKINGMEN We HAVE GOT TO KEEP Uiera low enough to sell to the man with rery lit tle rash to ptnd. And so we do; that's why the trade buy in this utore. Tbry bur ocn a-ffhttr usa?d suits and pay as tow ss C And lots of men cannot tar raotr. so tbrr v- u. One price). JUSTH'S OU STAND, 19 D. Bradford's Detective Service. Second Floor, Xouthrrn Dulldlnfr, 15th anil II. Pbone Mnln STiSTi. A thoroush rchable. and eiperienccd Iletectire. Bureau for the execution of Legitimate Detectirs Work in all eectjons. Established oier a quarter of a century, wltti an untarnLhed repuuuon. MOP. HAN BltAIIFOKD. Jr. l"nnaral. A. WADE WELLS Jisnactr. OO CutThisOut or rnenhon Herald" and we will fit you Glasses it Spectacles TO ORDER for MAX GREENBERG 810 E N. w. D. Setal (Opt.). Est. 18 Tears. $-1.00 i AVe guarantee to cure pimples, arne and eczema i'hoxe jiai.n nosn. DERMATOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 1622 H ST. N. W. THE ALDERSON SYSTEM Freckles, Moles, and Warts nemos, ed. MOVING PICTURE FANS become a Uhotoplay Actor or Actress. Excep tional opportunity ofTered. Instructions riren In photoplay acting, dramatic acting, scenario writing. etc. Tuition fee reasonable. See J. II. WILLIAM:). U13 llth st., upstairs. Ereninzs from 7 to 3. MISS CAIN and ScalD Treatment. 71 G 7th st. N. W Apt. 1. Phone Main 7425. DR. FISK ELGIN, SPECIALIST, 23ti remoTtd tu onicn to 1233 P. srt. nr, fw rnsiSfmcct call Min WIS. AJJNETTE HODGE, Ph. D.. M. D CIRCULATION SPECIALIST, rhona M. US. Tie Eruniwick, 1X2 I at. a. DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVEKTEEINTE STBEET. 0VEB 30 YEABS' SgTh&gTx&lZ and Spatial Disease, o! Men and Womci. Mean's Health to You If You Suffer frosa Catarrh, Oteaitr, Ithenmatlsm Constlpatlos. rues. Throat. Lories. ISrain. Heart, illond and Mala Dteeaaxs. Nerroua DebiUtr. Kidnaj Dianas. Blad der Trimbles, bpeclfl Blood l'oiaooioa, nptl9LS. Ulcrrs. and ATI amatt Diseases Cured (or LUa u baf Methods. Ciiarges ow. Medicine Furnished. CONSULTATION EBEE. Private Waiting Boom for Ladies. OUlc. Hours. 10 to 1. 3 to 8. Sandar. 10 to U. miss wells ssnaifi iL r p. m. IS O st s. Atartmcnt t. Uord door. NOTICEt ArtlScial teeth and second hand Diamonds and Jewelry bought. Lalai AbrahasaSL 813 G. Os. Pat, QttUm. SPECIAL NOTICE. PROMPT DELIVERY Freezbf Sakaail Flaverafs. When ra need Fraexiiic Bait or Flaronnf Extracts "In a hurrj." just call ras np. W deUter PROMFTLT. EoliaUa qoaiitr-lowest xaices. B. B.ARNSHAW & BRO. waoleaaj. Grocsra. Ilta tad If ata. sax EDDCATI05AL. Hie Mercersbsarf Academy FOR BOYS Mereerattarc. Pa. Bend for catalogue to Waa. Maaa Irrtac PavD. LUD. Head- saaater. Bex 1SS. jjgtfHkSbjiyX WM 4A rs Eft I SUMMER SCHOOL Day School Klghf School EafKBSOX CTSTITUTB f Established 1SS3 ' . -- ITaB 9 BrTBJBKT X. W. - HERALD BOOHS FOB EENT. FURNISHED. 15 UTH ST. NTV.-NEWLY FURNISHED front auid bdt rooms; cool; electric lights; ner two car line. 816 K ST. NW.. J.J. S-LAHOE. COOL. bright out tide room in nicety famished' priraU home and apartmrat hou; downtown section; next to bath; reasonable to richt partr. IU O ST. E.-SEVERAL LAROE. COOL. bright, nicely furnished rooms; splendid location; 11.50 upward; near Capitol and all cars; ljghl houieketpirj permitted: reasonable. 333 X. Y. AVE. NW.-SETERAL LARGE. COOU brlcht. ncelr furnished rwtna; a. m. L; soma for lijht housekeepine; near downtovasTT nice iiome; reasonable. 633 EAST CAPITOL 8T.-F0UR-R00M FLAT; completely furnished for light housekcepioa:; heat and CIS free; phone; beantlfal location; reasonable. 13W COU RD.-ONE NICELY front room; aeellent location. FURNISHED 523 ORE-SHAM PL. NW.-ONE NICELY FUR. mom; suiUble for lidy rr gentleman, or will. room and board jounj mairied couple; refined prirato family. ir EUCLID ST. NW.-2D AND 3D FLOOR front room; elctricitjr; bot-water heat; cas; north and south eijJrc: rent rrasonable. Phone Col. 679. J307 K ST. NW.-LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT 4-room apartment; nicely furnished; a. m. L; lanrs hall; Levc of location; uw of (hone; near cot eminent departnienta; reason able. 1307 K ST. NW.-6;It0O5I APARTMENT; ELE cantly furni-Jifd; screened throushout; heat and gas; urn of telephone; beautiful location; near gor ernment departments; reasonable. Ul E .vr. NW.-SLVERAL LARGE. COOL, bricht fouthcra exposure rooms; a. m. L; splendid locatlco; uicely fumisbeJ; near G. P. O. Rooms epen for Grand Army encampment; reasonable. 6304 TH VT. NE.-2 LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT commumcitlnff rooms in nice Cat; a. m. I.; refined home; splendid location; near cars; reasonable to men. IT! VT. AVE.-THE LACLEDE APARTMENT C-Sereral brce, bright, cool, beautifully fur nished rooms, in nice arartment bou-e; near gov ernment d-partmnts; tingle or en suite; elevator, rafe; continuous hot water. 133 G ST NW.-PLEASANT. AIRY ROOMS, 2I floor, adjoining bath; southern exposure; well kept; gentlemen only; small Protestant family; near dent. Z3 $TII ST. SE.-TWO FRONT ROOMS; NICE cd cool; complete for housekeeping; second floor; next to bath; large yard and porches; three car lines. Line. 3S81-J. 1109 H &T. NW.-SEVERAL LARGE FRONT and back cool, bright rooms; southern exposure; a m. I.; downtown section; board if desired; rea sonable. 2821 13Tn fiT. NW.-NICELY FURNISHED bright, cool rooms; a. m. i.; beautiful location; tveond floor; hath adjoining; near cars; prirate heme; reasonable. C6 PA. AVE. EE.-2 LARGE. COMMUNICATING second-floor rooms; suitable for two or three gen tlemen; no J. b. k. 407. THE CAIRO-LARGE BRIGHT, COOL. ELE- gsntly and completely furnished room to lady; cafe, elrva'or; tplendid location; Urge bath. 116 O ST. SE.-2 2D-FLOOR FRONT AND COM municatlng roomi; southern exposure; near Capi tol; L h. k. if dcsiredrnic location. 1111 O ST. NW.-ENTIRE FLOOR: BEAUTI fully arranged for housekeeping; suitable for couple or gtnitlemen; privato hath; quiet home; references; 220 3RD SI. SE.-3 LARGE. BRIGHT. COM3IU- nitrating vcond floor rooms; a. m. L; prirate homo; beautiful location; near Capitol; L h. k.; reasonable. 414 M ST. NW.-COOL ROOMS, 1.50 WEEK UP. 4 blocks from Carnegie Library. Apply after 5j0. 1'jSEAST CAPITOL ST.-NICELY FURNISHED urge room, rccona noor; a. xn. u; iadng con greasiocal Library; reasonable to gentlemen. IX EAST CAPITOL ST.-NICELY FURNISHED einsle and con-municatmg rooms, faacg Concrea- sinnsl Library; exedal attention to tourists; beauti ful location. 417 A ST. SE.-3 LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT OUT- rce rooms; prtvate borne; a. m. L; beauuiul loca tion; excellent heme cooking; cheap. 413 O ST. MV.-CLEAN. NEWLY PAPERED. light rooms; opposite Pension Park; suitable for transients. 223 D ST. NW.-COOL FLAT; 2 OR 3 BEAUTI- iui tecond-ticor room: a. m. L: rent reasonable. Also 1 other room, firvt floor. iX H ST. NW.-FCRNISHED ROOMS; LARGE, cool front room, second flour; gentlemen preferred: Lh.t allowed. 430 3RD ST. NW.-LAROE PARLOR ROOM, comrletely furnished: a, xa. L Also 2 rooms and kitchen; L h. k.; rraaonabla to man for parlor roonw 614 MASS. AVE, NW.-LARGE, COOL, BRIGHT I mn room; nicely funiisbed; bath sdjoinicg; 2 In family: refined home, downtown section; reasonable. 1715 1ST bT. .NW.-: CONNECTING ROOMS; completely fuinuhed for L h, k.; gas range; pheoe. 10 PA. AVE, NW.. HIE IDEAL APART. CO. 1 or 2 completely fum. front rooms: electric light; Janitor service; h. w. Phone M 7177. W7 MOUNT VERNON rLAC-LAROE, COOU roomi; nrst soor rront and third noor back; resionsble. 15 U ST. NW.-TWO LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT. nicely furn. rooms: a. m. L: beautiful location: private home; near cars and hendic; reason ible; board optional. 1314 G bT. NW-C ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, $10; 3 rooms on nird. 706 8T1I ST.-2 NICELY FUR. TRONT ROOMS, 2d floor; near bath. Phone M. 5713. Transients accommodated. 80S L ST N W.-2 LAUU E, FliONT. COOU bright, elegantly furn. rooms; a. m, I; private family; sear all gov't depta.; reasonable. 113 STH ST. NWLARGE. COOU FRONT. brisht room, elegantly and completely furn.: desk; la fine apt.; janitor service; porch; a. m. L; rea sonable. 836 18TH ST. NW.-COOL. CLEAN. NICELY furnished, single and double rooms; a. m.'L; near ell gov't depta. and Y. M. C. A.; reasonable. SIS I ST. NW.-PARLOR, COMMDNICATINO bedroom. azoaU and larga roonu; reasonable; cen tral locaticu. 331 II ST. NW.-TWO NICE, second floor front; transients. COOL ROOMS. Men only. 609 11 ST. NW.-NICE, COOL ROOMS; FRONT or back; transients. XS n SI. NW.-i LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT nicely fumiahed rooms; a. m. L; private fatally; L h. k. If desired; near all government aepartmoets; also large parlor room, leacotiable. II 6TO ST. I'E.-3 FURNISHED ROOMS; SIDE porch; Lb. t permitted; near cars; fU month. US 1TTH ST. NW. (WALLISJ-BRIGHT. COM fortable rooms; electric light; S3 to $1$; screes from Raleigh. K3 STH ST. NE.-I BEAUTIFUL ROOMS; NBW bouse; hanrisomel vumiahed, complete for hoosar keerjeg; everything new; very reasonable. Line. Sssa, in MASS. AVE. NW.-SINGLE AND DOUBLE rooms; southern exswure; excellent table; embed; summer rates. TWO EXCELLENT, NEWLY FURNISHED BELV rooms; strictly nswlera: single or en aulte: alrisa lng porch; privity family: Chevy Chase car line aasj Ccnn'. Ave. Bridss. N. 7998. CE OR CI (PRIVATE BATH) 3D ST. NW.-SE)- ond floor rooms. 1. 2, or 3; newly papered and furn.; a, m. L; near all govt, depta; bath adjoining; reasonable. 131T I1TH BT. NW.-2 LARGE BOOMS; LIGHT bousekerpinx; alcove; cntin 3d floor; tuning water; fit month. ARE XOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS OB APTS. furnished or unfurnished! If so. consult Mr. NOLTE. M llth st. Phone M. (XT. Consultation free. a IOWA CIRCLE-! MEDIUM-SIZED B00U31 aoulhern exposure, overlooking part. til E BT. NW.-LARGE PARLOR BOOM: KIX- gantly fum.; a. m. L; kltchenetta: aultahl. for dressmaker; 2 baths; also 1 lane rooms; running water, reasonable. tot MASS. AVE. NW.-TWO PARLOR FLOOR. ntwly papered, connecting rooms; southern ex posure Into balcony; shady lawn. ST H ST. NW.-l LASGIil COOL. BRIGHT. eommunlcatlBg Zd-floor noma; elegantly fan.; e, xa, Li batha: southern exposure: t rommodaled: .reaaqnable: other noma SU F SW.-THREE FCRNISHKD 300MS FOR houaekeeptnx: janitor service; nwe poone. w. tB: retereacee exchanged. 21 I ST. S HOUSEKEEPING. SUITES OP 1 BUaa.' bright, cool, eoutherm asceeore neat: a sa.' L: rasaea frrats) acee CLASSIFIED ADS FOB BEHT BOOMS. FURNISHED. TWO OUTSIDE. COOU BRIGHT, ELEGANTLY furnished rooms in fa&lonable apartment boom; sinsle or en suite; cafe; suitable for four people; central location. Apply BOS 8. Herald office. TO N. J. AVE. NW.-TWO SECOND-FLOOR front rooms; cool nd pleasant; lisht housekeepins and back parlor; near G. P. O. and new P. O.; central local ton; reasonable. Col MD. AVE. NE.-LARGE FRONT. COOL. brtxbt, nicely furnished parlor floor room; also two communlcatina rooms and kitchen; completely furnished; 1. b. k.; gas, range, lefrlrerator; bath adjoining; reasonable. . 1709 M ST NW.-LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT, southern exposure room for re lined rentlemen. pri vate home: can be occupied Atarost I; reasonable. 1921 K ST. NW.-TWO COOL ROOMS AND kitchenette: I. h k.: southern exposure; bay win dow and balcony: Quiet neifhborhood; near Pa. are. cars and all departments; no children; Sit. SS TH ST. NE.-THREE LARGE. BRIGHT, cool, bcautifnl, newly papered rooms; new house; Urge porches; brass bed; til bath; b. . h. Ull VT. AVE. NW.-SEVk-t HEW ROOMS; t h. k.; a. m. i.; nice locatloa; prirate family; cheap. 1M G ST. NW.-3 OR i LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT fur. rooms; a. m. L; central; Lh.k.; su range; reasons bit S35 O ST. NW.-NICELY FURN. SECOND- floor front, tingle room; rpfendid location; re fined home; reasonable to gent eman. 15 6TH ST. NE. THREE LARGE. CO MM UN I eating rooms; completely cirnished L h. k.; gas rao;e; jard; water. 62S K NE.--3 COOL ROCM3; BEAUTIFULLY furnished for bousekeepfc.f ; screens, porehea; yards: 2?60: rtfertnca 1310 MASS AVE. NW.-SUITa OT ROOMS FOR bousekseping; adjoining bath; a. m. L; fine hems; central; reasonable. THE CUMBERLAND. APTS. & fc -n-LARQB cool room; southern exposure; transients corcmodatrd; slso 2 beautiful rocms; a. m, L; central; reasonable. UNFURNISHED. 303 R ST. NW.-THB SECOND FLOOR; THREE rooms: bath; stationary waehstand: a. m, L beautiful location; near cars and school. 1323 10TH ST.-LARGE 2D FLOOR FRONT AND other rooms; single or en suite; running water. S06 12TH ST. NW.-UNFURNISHED; $19 MONTH; second-floor front room; gas, heat; right faoosekeep ing; central location ; also second-floor furnished room. ii. adjoining modern bathroom. 915 N. a AVE. SE.-2 LARUE. COOL. BRIGHT. communicating 2d floor rooms; private phone; L n. k.; a. ta. L; sear can; reasonable. S09 7T11 ST. NW.-4 LARGE. COOL, BRIGHT. communicating rocms; b. w. n.; prirate Home; Are clos-tsi southern section; reasonable rest to right party. 909 O ST. NW.-3 LARGE, COOI. BRIGHT cocimunlcal'ng rooms; a. m. 1.; near market and cars; L h. k.; private home; rrasonaWe, 313 5TH ST. NE.-LARGE, S-ROOM APT COR ner house, convenient to car line; heat, light. and bath; L h. k.; $16.00. 702 N. C. AVE. 8E.-2 LARGE, COOU BRIGHT communicating rooms, with alcove; a. m. L; L h. k.;' owner; beautiful location; rathern expo sure; near cars. 220 9TII ST. NE.-A LARGE, COOL. BRIGHT 4 room apartment in new houee; a, m. L; beautiful j louauoD, ocaaT cari gu, ncavt, . u. ., cut-ii. 615 MASS. AVE. NW.-4 LARGE, COOU BRIGHT room apartment; a. m. L; gas range, sink; nice apartment howe; downtown section; $13 for four people; first floor. 3508 O BT. NW.-THREE NICE. COOL UNFUR- nished rooms for ugkt housekeeping; gas, bath, etc; reasonable. 1735 13TH ST. NW.-4 L.RGE. COOU 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. L; excellent home ctnking; summer ratea. WANTEIROOMS WANTED-500 ROOMS TO RENT TO REFINED reople. with beat of references. Consult llr. NOLTE. SM llth st. Theme M. 6ST. FURNISHED BOOMS AND BOARD. 1753 U ST. NW.-LARGE. COOU BRIGHT, nicely fur. rooms in private, refined home; a. m. 1.; splendid location; with or without; home cooking. 607 II hT.-MCELY FUR. FRONT ROOM. WITH or without board; beat heme cooking; week month; transients. :01 1ST NW.-I LARGE. COOL. BRIGHT roums, a m. L; prirate home; excellent home cooking; splendid location, resr G. I. O. and new P. O.; near cars; reasonable. SI. 1547. THE STANTON, 13 O ST. NE.-F1RST-CLASS board and pleasant room, near library, Capitol, Union Station; elevator? hot water; reasonable. 1105 O bT. NW.-SEVERAL WELL-FURNISHED rooms; single and double; good board; prirate family; reasonable. ISM 10TH ST. NW.-l LARGB FURNISHED rooms, second floor; a. m. I.; private home; aplen did location; excellent home cooking; reasonable. 130 O ST. NW.-COMFORTABLE HALL ROOM, with board: i per week. IIT A ST. SE.-LARGB. COOL. FRONT ROOM in corner hou&e. for two young men, or couple; near Capitol and Library; 2 car lines; home cooking. 160C 1STH ST.-LARGE FRONT ROOM AND communicating room; private bath; beautiful loca tion; a. m. 1.; refined home; near ears; excellent heme cooking. THE MAPLES. U01-1XJ K ST. IttV.-SINGLE and double, cool, bncht southern exposure rooms; nicely furnished; opposite Franklin I 'ark; good board. I'hoxe M. 634. Wl MD. AYE. NE.-LARGE. COOL ROOMS; southern exposure: refined 'home; adjoining bath; back porch! Lome cooking; reasonable to gentlemen. TABLE B0ABD. 39 K ST. NW.-OOOD VIRGINIA COOKING; (U0 week (or two meals a day; U per week for three meals t day; give us a triaL LINCOLN CAFE. &i.EZJ. Krcnlsr dmtrfTs. 3c sad 50c. Vrettsble dinner. 25c. Dinner hoars, I to 70) p. m. Lunch. 12 to 1 p. m., Xc Urr.vkf.st, 7 to 10 s, m 35c. A Is carte rcrT.ce 7 s. m. to 730 p. m. Knoms st sain msr rites. Trr our 30c and 25c Uub Bmkfsst sni Xc Btislnrss Mfn's Loncb. COUNTBY B0ABD. NEAR COLONIAL BEACH; COOL ROOM. EX- cellent tablr. pleasant neighborhood, flne shade, moderate terms. BOX 3). Norma. Va. a&P.AKTMENTS TO IET. THE TORONTO. 30TH AND P ST3-APT. O 2 rooms sndsth; also S rooms', kitchen and bato; wtll ftimisbed and low aumaicr ratra. UNKURXISHKD. CAIRO, APARTMENT NO. -FODn LARGE, cool, brlibt room apartment. Incrodlnc nicctr fornlsbed parlor; thrve slepin-r rooms cooipletclr fcrnlahrd; bath; piano; cafe; Janitor serrios; near yoTcmmcnt dfpts. Call CTtnlnjs. BEAL ESTATE. HOUSE HUNTING? SEND FOR OUR RENT BOOK. J. LEO KOLB, 023 sr York ATenee. I2ST Wlseoaalai ATcanac. Weil 48. JOB BENT ST0BES. FOR RENT-NEW CORNER STORES-as OA. are,: 901 llth nw.; TO. 7th aw. Very suitable for drug. clothing. groceries, etc Low rata. PHILLIPS' CO.. 331 John Marshall place. FOB BENT SUBUBBAN. T-BOOM ItOUSaV B3I OLIVE ST, KENIL worth, D. C; aewer aad water; ererythbig ia good order; rent. SS per month. Can or phono to W. B.-8BAW. Kenilworth. D. OL MONET TO LOAN. MONET TO -LOAN ON REAL. E8TATX ta sniall sjadl Xarcs sums. Ail trasasavo tlona cL'ndncteil with economical consid eration tor borrowers. Wit H. SAUN DERS ft CO.. Southern Bids'., s7 1Kb at. MONET TO LOAN oa mpnorsa OtT nal tat sat lowwart euiiatu xacaw AUCTION SALES. THOS. J. OWEN t SON. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE SUBURB.VN BUILDING LOTS. Br Tlrtuo of thre. certain deeds of trusts duly recorded ia liber No. Xta a. folia IS. Liber No. 3SZ at folio 58. and Liber Nol XSl at fouo ZI2 m scq,, respecUielr. of th lands of tha District of Columbia, and at tb. request of tho r.rtr secured thereby. th undersigned trustea srlll sell, at publia auction, la tho ofSn of Thos. J. Oweu i Son. I3S1 O itreeet northwest, on FRIDAY. th 6th day of August, A. D. IMS. at I o'clock p. in., the fol kHrlas described land and premlsss, situate In tho District of Columbia, and designated as and belr.E lots No. eight 8) and mno (9) In square. No. nine teen hundred and ninety life (190G). lot No. eleTen 111) In square No. twenty hundred and fourteen (31i) and tou No. forty-six () and forty seren (17) In square No. two thousand and twenty-wo (2S3 ta Fulton R. Gordon's subdivision cf part of a tract ol land called "Chery Chase Grose." "Resur sey on New Seat" "Vale." and "Fellowship." u said subdirision ia recorded In the office of tho sux reyor of the District of Columbia, in Book No. C. Pare No. 21. Terma of sale. One-third of the pur chase money to ba paid In cash, balance In tw equal instalhnenta, payable In one and two years, with Interest at 6 per centum rer annum, payable semi-annually, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the cptlou of the purchsser A deposit of KOO required upon esch lot at time of aale. AH cooTeTancinc recording, etc at cost of purchaser. Sale to be closed within 15 daja. 11. D GORDON. Trustee. lrS.3.a.au2.4. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. OFFICE, COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT OF Co lumbia. Washington. July 3S. BIS. Notice la here by given that the Oommisalonera ot the District ot Columbia Intend to make the following ".twv jq. prorements which are. in their Judgment, neces sary for the public health, safety and cmforc Assessments for one-half of the cost of the same will be made as provided in Public Act. No. El. amoved August 7. 1894. Parties who are interested in the pro posed work are notified that tbe.Commtaioners will. give a public hearing at the District Building oa WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11TH. 1JB. at ten o'clock a, m. In the board room of the aajd Commissioners, to any and all persons who may deire to 'object thereto: Northwest Section: Lay cement sidewalk On the south side' of Florida avenue northwest from 5th street to New Jersey avenue, at an estimated cost of S7. to be assessed against all Iota in square E-4TS abutting said work. On the east side of Fourth street northwest, from College atreet to McMillan Park, at an estimated cost of SZ12. to be ssseswd against all Iota in suture 9063 abutting the said work. On the south side of Lamont street north-1 west, from Sherman avenue to Grorgia avenue, ak an estimated ccat of One. to be assnved agauu all lots In square 1K abutting said ork. On the east side of Madfecn place northwest, from Pennsylvania aienue to U street, at an estimated coat of KK. ta be assessed against all Iota in square Z3. abutting the aaid work. On the north side of Davenport street' -northwest, from Wisconsin avenue to Belt road, as, . an estimated cost of C03. to be aasewtrd against an '. lots in squares W-EM and 1738 abutting the aaid work. On both aide, of Sereeth street northwest, from L atreet to M street, and on the east aide ot ' Seventh atreet from M to N. at an estimated ert of K.546, to be assessed against all lots In squares VS. lO. and (IS abutting the said work. On the north side of Brysnt street northwest, fronx Fourth street east to foment walk, at an estimated cost ot $MT. to be anetued arainst all Iota in souan XKeV abutting the said work. On both aides of Q atreet ' northwest, from Twenty-third street to -Twenty-eighth street, at an estimated coat of W.09T. to he -j assessed against all Iota or parcel!- in square E-KM. 1366. 136. W-I. 136. and 1ST abutting the said work. On the eart side of Fifteenth street northr west, from Euclid street to Harvard street, at an estimated cost cf 1330. to be asatsned against all lots in squares 3G69 and VCS abtdtlng the said work. On the south side of California street northwest, from Twenty-third atreet to Massachusetts avenue. at an estimated cost of $755. to be assessed against all lots in square 2519 and 2X6 abutting th said work. On the north side of if street northwests from Twenty-seventh street to Twenty-ninth street. at an estimated coot ot $83, to be assessed against' all lots in square, n: and 134 abutting toe aaid work. On the west aide of Twenty-third' street northwest, from Tracy place south to existing ide wslk south or California atreet, at an estimated cost of $22. to be assessed against all lota tar squares 2S3 and Zl) abutting the said work. Reset curb and lay cement sidewalk On the esst aide of Twenty-third street northwtst, from Q street north to cement walk, at an estimated cost of SC9. to be assessed again all lota bi square 311 -abut- ' ting the eald work. On both aWr of Q aueet northwest, from Twenty-second street to Twenty third street, at an estimated cost of VZ3. to be as sessed against all lots in square 2510 and 311 abutting the laid work. On the east aids of Twen ty-second street northwest, from cement sidewalk northward to D street, at an estimated erst of Kit. to be assessed against all lot In square H abutting the aaid wrrk. 8et new curb and lay cement sidewalk On ta south side of Oakdale place northwest, from Second street to lot Mt. equate 3054, at an estimated cost of $&6. in be sseessed against an lots in square SIM abutting the said work. On the east aide ot Twenty-sevenlh street northwest, from I street to Virginia avenue, at an estimated cost of $31. to be assessed against all lots In square 6 abutting th said work. On tbe north side of 51 street north west, from Thirty-first street to Wisconsin avenue, at an eetunited rot cf $35. to b assessed scalnet all lot in Mjuare 1208 abutting the said work. On .the eat aide of Thirty-fifth atreet northwest, from Newark street to 3Iacomi atreet. at an estimated cost of SM0, to be ineacd again an lot in square 2078 shutting the said work. Set new grsnite curb On both sides of Q street northwest, from Twenty-third etre-t to Twenty eighth atreet, at an estimated cost of $5 63. to be asvesed against stl lots or parcels in squares E-13M. 1X8. 135. W-136, 1SS. and 157 abutting the taii work. Pave allys with vitrified or asphalt block Alley In square 3MS. at an estimated coat of $2,546. A1I unimproved slier in square 211. at an eatl- mated cost of $1,200. Alleys in square 3228. at an es timated rest it $2,507. Kant and wet 30-root alley in xiuare 1ST. at an estimated cot ot $750. AliT running south from tbe paved alley to Kenyan . street, square 2609, at an estimated coat of $120. Southeast Section: Lay cement sidewalk On the south side of K street southeast, from Fourteenth street to Fifeenth street, at au estimated cost of SX2. to be assessed against all lots in aquate 10S3 abutting the aaid work. On both sides of Eighth street southeast, from Alabama avenue to Portland street, at an estimated cost of $797. to be asef-erl against all lots In square 5953 and 5M8 abutting the said work. On the north side of Alabemaave- nue aoutheaw:. from Congress road to Ninth street, at an estimated cost of $7VJ. to be arwed against r all lots iu .mares KM. 5X3. and RHa abutting th mid work. On the south 4de of Minnesota arenn vutheast. abutting square S392, 5578. 5574, and parcel 218-4. at an estimated rot of $1,279. to be assessed sgainst all iJOrertj abutting tbe said work. On th north side -f A street eoutheast, from Sixteenth atreet to Seventeenth street, at an et!mied met of, $247. to be acased sgainst all lot in square loaf' abutting the ald work. Reset curb and lay cement sidewalk On the north aide of fiord Hope road southeast, from NIehoI . avenue to Minnesota avenue, at an estimated cost of tl.854. to be aaeessed against all Iota in square K01. 5802. and FW6 abutthuc the said work. Foutbwest section: Rpct curb and lav meat sidewalk On both sides of Four-and a-IIalf street aonthwo't, from Maryland avenue to O street, at art estimated cost o $3,375. to be aaw-vwd against all lota in squares 492 and 534 abutting the mid work. Northeast Section: Lay cement sidewalk On to east side of Balair place northeast, from Hamlin street to (lrard atreet. at an estimated cost of $119. to be awessrd sgainst all property abutting the saldi ' work. On the south side of Girard street north- eaat, from MUla avenue to Twenty-fifth street, t an esttmstea cost or vxz. to be assessed against all property abutting the said work. On both atdea T of Lawrence street northeast, east from Twentieth street to existing cement wsTk. at an estimated cost ot $233. to be assessed against all lot in squares'' 423 and 4222, abutting; tbe eald work. Oa the eaat side of Seventh atreet northeast, from H street to K street, st an estimated cost of $1,073. to be as- " se md sgainst all lot la square 83 ud 8r9 abuttlnf the aaid work. Reset curb and lay cement sidewalk Oa both aides " ' of I atreet northeast, from Eighth street ta Eleven th street, at an estimated cost of $2,429. to ba assessed v against all Kit In squares 910, 911. 932. 923. 957. and a 958 abutting the ald work. ; - O. P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW. CHAK i W. KUTZ. Comrr.llsioDCrs. D. C. . PB0F0SALS. OmCE Or THE COMMISSIONERS Oa 'TUB District of Columbia, Washington. July a, !. Sealed proponsi win be received at this offla,. Room 509. District Building, until 1 o'ckck p. m... AUGUST 9. 1915. for furnishing and delivering four 4" (4) two-passenger automobile-. Specification ' and form of rxopoaal may b obtained from the' Per- . chasing Offlser. D. Cw Boom 339. District Butldtng. t OLIVER P. NEWMAN. LOUIS BROWNLOW. v CHARLES W. KUTZ. Commiasionera. D. 43. - ., , MOVING. PACKLNGv STOIINQ. TORAOS Low rata fa ks star, an awaf aJatsryisK, Kati- w aaataav. - . , vV LaTTTLKFIEIA ' . AI.ir4MU9-k ro. i Branch TJftlcta 140t Ja. a(v Pk. 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