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FOR SHOOTING OF POLICEMAN Others Indicted on Vari ous Charges; Eight for Joy Riding. Finis A. Daniel, a privat? in the Fourth Field Artillery. U. ?. A-, form erly stationed In Potomac Park, was Indicted yesterday on A chart? of as sault with a dangerous weapon. In --onnectlon with the shooting of Bicycle Policeman J. J. Bourke, of tha? Seventh precinct, when th? latter attempted to arrest him on March 15. ?n a chare? ot robbery. Testimony at a preliminary hearing showed that panici and another ?-li diar, named TJeorge Smith, hired a taxi from J. w. PUcher, had him drlv? tbarn oat on a lonely road In Virginia and then held him up. After 'hey ha?] taken a little more than fa from Ptlcher. they compelled him at the poln- ef a pistol to drive back to town. As th? car crossed Wisconsin arano? aad M street nortnwest. Pit cher callad to Bourke. Th? two sol? ?liera jumped out of the car. Bourke gave chase and received a bullet m hl? thigh. Daniel admitted the shoot ing. Henry Smith, colored, was Indicted on a charge of assault with a dan gerous weapon, to wit, a brickbat, upon Detective E. J. Kelly, on April 1. as th? detective was engaged in ar resting another man at Third and ? streets northwest. Kelly was struck In the back of the head and knocked out. Eight alleged joyriders were Indict ed. They are: Andrew Jackson. John P. Wilson. Benjamin L. Foster. Selvin Cumberbatch. Robert E. Leonard. Al phonse J. Stewart. Freeman Jackson and Clinton Thomas. Indicted for robbery?James O. Car ter, George W. Lucas and Raymond Akera. ' '.rand larceny?Jane Scott. Violation section U6?*r*rederick 8. Mou son. CIVILIAN AVIATORS GIVEN RIGHT TO FLY ? Restrictions Lifted but Airmen Must .Secure Legal Licenses. The presidential ban on flying by civilian aeronauts was lifted yester day. Licenses for the operation of aircraft of all kinds now may be ae ? '.red from tha Joint Army and Navy Board of Aeronautic Cognisance, which haa opened an office here for this purpose. Since February S civilian flyers have kept to the ?ground. To provide a safeguard against the poeaibility of pnemy aircraft raids. President Wil eoe. on that date issued a proclama tion providing that no aircraft may be operated by civilians over any por tion of the United States. Its terrl tfirtal waters, its Insular possessions or the Panama Canal Zone, without h license. The authority to shoot ? down any unidentified aircraft was given. To relieve this virtual prohibition against private aviation, the joint army and navy hoard was organized to authorize et r ta i ? identifying mark ings for civilian machines. By direction of the President. MaJ. don. < ?eorge O. Snuier. chief of the Signal (/orp.???. has t>e*?n designated as rhair-man of the joint hoard, which is < omposed of iepresentatives from the army and navy. MISSl?NE MARTIN QOESTONEVAOA Would-be "Senatorette" Starts Home to Canvass for Votes. Speeding across the continent te Nevada where she will open a cam rampaicn for United States Senator. Miss" Anne Martin, who left Washing ton yesterday, will make a number of speech*?s In the Interest of a nation wide drive by the N'atlonal Woman's party for early action on the suffrage amendment, which Is now before the Senate, having been passed through I the House, after endorsement by the ' Administration and both parties. Her itinerary Includes Columbus, fhicaco, Denver and Colorado ??"prim:.-. Tonight she will deliver an arldress at the first-named city, and will ?peak Sunday. Wednesday and Thursday respectively at the other point.?. A breakfast will be given in her honor by the Chicago City Club on Monday, at which she will make a further statement of her reasons for running for the Se?ale. Miss Ella Abeel. State chairman of the National AVoman's party, will entertain Miss Martin during her stay In Chicago. Miss Martin intends conducting a vigorous campaign and has received assurances of unstinted support from a large number of widely-known and influential men and women. Among the speakers who will actively par ticipate in the opening campaign are: Mrs. ?"harlotte Perkins Oilman, Mrs. Harriet stanton Blatch. Mrs. Florence Bayard Hllles. Mrs. William Kent. Mrs. Francis Heney and Miss Bird Wilson. Frank J. Walsh la also working untiringly to place Miss Mar tin in the Senate. ????? TAYLOR HAD A_?EJLANTO HELP HER DAD WITH J * F0NTAWE FOX. - _?^ S S"*re ' '" ? ''ili ir '' "/"'? * _, _ ??' ??/? (Copyright. ISIS, by The Wheeler Syndicate, In?*.) ALEXANDRIA MEETING TO AID ?. OF CHANS Many Prominent Speakers Will Urge Funds far Soldiers. THE HERALD ??????G R. E. Kaight A tap. tata Kiss Buart. Alexandria. Va., April 12.?All arrangements for th? big mass meeting which will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon In the Richmond Theater, under the au spices of the Knights of Colum bus war camp activities, have been completed and the Hat of speakers will Include Rev. Dr. Simon, rabbi of the Eighth Street Temple. Wash ington: Rev. E. V. Regester, D. D., pastor of the ?. E. Church. South, this city: Rev. Father Gllday. Catholic University of America, and Rev. Louis fcmet. pastor of St. Msry's Catholic Church, this city. Commonwealth's Attorney Samuel G. Brent will preside. This meeting will be under the auspices of Fitzgerald Council, No. 459, Knights of Columbus, this city, and the public is invited. The lo cal council Is to raise the sum of 11.500 for war activities to be used in the entertainment of the sol diers here and overseas. The chamber of commerce has In dorsed tbe work being dons by the Knights of Columbus and will lend Ita aid in the work incident to the drive for funds In this campaign. This fund represents a part of the $1(1.000.000 being raised in this country for the work. Post T. Travelers* Protective Asso ciation has elected these officers: J. William May. president; J. H. Tri myer, secretary and treasurer: R. I-.? Payne, Harry Hammond, O. H. Kirk, Samuel W. Pitts. Wallace N. Lindsey. vice presidents in their respective or der. Chairmen of committees?A. D. Broekett. railroad: R. E. Knight, press: Alfred Thompeon, hotel; Julian Y. Williams, legislative: V. W. Bos well, employment; Harry D. Kirk, good roads and public utilities; Har vey Henshaw. membership: Rev. John Lee Allison, P. P.. chaplain; board of directors, J. William May, chairman; Harry D. Kirk, C. T. Nicholson. Jul ian T. Williams. J. H. Trimyer and Kenneth W. Ogden. Delegates to state convention in Richmond. May ??Julian T. Williams. H. D. Kirk. H. R. Thomas. D. C. Richardson. C. T. Nicholson, R. L. Payne, ?. E. Greene. Richard Gibson, Harvey Henshaw, A. D. Brockett, Mark L. Price, W. W. Ballengrr. Alternates?A. C. Moss. O. H. Kirk. Edgar Warflcld, Jr.. T. A. Somers. H. Noel Garner, R. E. Knight, C. C. I?a mond. K. W. Ogden, L. F. Dyson, W. G. Leadbeater. L. L Armstead. A complete list of the speakers who wilt d?lirer addresses at th* mass meeting at the Opera House tomorrow night In the Interest of the Uberty Loan Include John Tempi? Graves, well known editor; George E. Pearson, author, and Miss Katherine Synon, of the National Liberty Loan Committee. Leo P. Harlow, chairman of the local committee, will presida, AU tua in vited to the mestine Th? funeral of Jam?? V. Barrett took place this morning from St. Mary's Catholic Church. Services were conducted by Rev. Louis -met, pastor. Judge L. C. Barley, of the Corpora tion Court, has reappointed Robinson Moncure, E. K. Lawler and Clinton a. Ballenger members ot the local tax review board. George M. Reynolds yesterday un derwent an operation at the Episco pal Ey<*. Ear and Throat Hospital. Washington. | An effort to locate relatives of the aged white man found dead Tuesday in the Hotel Belvolr thus far have proved fruitless. The body is still held at Wheatley's mortuary chapel. The total amount of liberty bonds sold in Alexandria up to the present time is MS.eo. Tbe allotment for this city Is *-*-*?,*?-0. WILL INVESTIGATE IMPLEMENT PRICES Senator Thompson Introduces Reso lution to Probe Farm Equip* ment Grits. Investigation by the Federal Trade! Commission of th? high cost of farm ing Implements and machinery is de manded In a resolution introduced today by Senator Thompson, of Kan sas, Among the articles cited In the resolution for which tbe prices charged are said to be too high are: Agricultural Implements, cream sep arators, churns, brooms, wealing ap parel, leather products, including harness, saddles, etc.; tools and hard ware, lubricating oils, fertilizers, salt for stock, lumber, shingles, barrels, rope, binding twine, barbed wire, steel and wire fencing and grain sacks. The inquiry is also asked to be directed into the cost of farm labor. The resolution directs the Trade Commission to report whether under the facts found the farmers ere re quired to pay unreasonable prices for the things they are required to purchase and use on the farms in the production of food products, and whether they ?tl? thereby prevented from making a fair profit for their labor and mo--ey expended toward production. Gardea tesse? "??. S4. Three hot weather plants most garden? have?tomatoes, eggplant? and peppers. At on? time people thought tomatoes poisonous and re fused to eat them; until rircently few gardeners raised eggplants, but many now do. Many pepper plants are not needed; Just a few will do for the fall canning, pre serving and pickling. These vegetable? are the latest to corn? oat Into the garden, but they are all-season plants, so must be started in greenhouses, hotbeds or In seedbed boxes indoors. The seed ia ?own vary ?ari y In the spring, and the seedlings transplant ed outdoors Into th? garden when the soil Is warm and danger of frost has passed. The best seedlings are those that have been transplanted two or three times, from seedbed, to cold frame, or tiny pots. Quick acting fertiliser .(commercial) is needed, especially where summers are short. Barnyard manure usually Is too slow In producing the needed effect. It tends to delay the plant in early season and then hastens it later on when the fruiting should be under way. Tomato plants should be set about three feet apart each way, and train ed on a support; heavy sticks driven into the ground will do. it Is better to pinch off the branches (not leaves) to two or three strong, sturdy stems. Do this after the transplanted seed ling has beigun Its outdoor growth. In buying seedling select those with strong looking stems, rather than the tall spindly plants. If you can't get any but the spindly ones, bury them deeper In the ground. Eggplant and pepper take about the same treatment given tomatoes. < A mother l.essoa Tomorrow.) EDUCATOR INJURED DY ELECTRIC CAR Miss N. C Vandewalker Suffers Fractured Ribs in Accident Miss Nina C. Vandewalker, head of the kimlcrgarten training depart ment of the State Normal School, Milwaukee, and member of the Na tional Education Association Com mission on the Emergency in Edu cation, met with a slight accident at Fifteenth street and New Tork avenue yesterday. While crossing New Tork avenue sh? was run into by a Fourteenth I street car and suffered the fracture I of two libs. She wss accompanied I by William B. Owen, president of tbe Chicago Normal School, and Car roll G. Pcarse. of the Milwaukee Nor mal School, who, with her, were on the way to a meeting of the commis sion. President Owen narrowly es caped injury by leaping on tho fender of the car. A passini; auto was com mandeered and Miss Vandewalker was driven quickly to the Crahtree home at Fourteenth and Massachu setts avenue, where the attending physician says she is resting easily. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. Boirey T>. Wilson. 8. ot Bandoli*. Seb. tat But? Baine, li. at Ilarti-iason, Neb. Ila?. | J. E. Brina. Joseph ? Spilli?. S. of Ri<-hnv*av*. Va. ?nil Certr-da M. Mxrrs. 35. et OU Hill, W. Va ?,t. H. T. Steveiiaon. Bsnrr Stillen, 24. ?nd I-Uian Nitoaman, 21. tsrth ot Bi?_unood. Va- B??. 1- F. WencheL Jams? W Wooddell. 44, ta* C*lar_iburs. W. Va-, and ?Isa H. Mia-san. M. ot Su Pj-terabu-t*. Fla Her. H. J. ?fcsidwin. Sa-nial W. Friedman. "5. nt Camp Meadp, | Ml, ?nd Anna Kotier, Zt. of Baltimora. Ht. j Bar. O. 8ilTcn?one. Cari L. Swt_?do, M, ?if Newport. R. 1? aad Ma-hilcle ?Thriatenaen, J*. ?T New ?<** Ci*? Bst. J. B. Jeffriaa Walter H. HchVK-k. 9. et Milwaukee. Wie.. usd Masbelle J. fount. 20. of UlUksfon, Mich Bar. J. M. Mc.N'amara. Giutare !.. Almf-Ut. a. of Camp Meade, Md., and Hedesl. M. Oiaen, a, of Wiiun-lt?. Ber. J. F. Ma-kin. Haney L?. Sweit_er. 25. and Viol?t M L?wton. G?, ooth o? Baltimore. Md. Be?. C. <;. Steril. Charles ?'. I'hyte, 29. of Washington, and Maude Whitney, a, of Oamden, N. J. Ber. W. Ka.l.-Jffe. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITK, Charlee H. ?nd Lillian R. Lettnw. girl. Robert I.. Jr., ?nd Margaret A. B. Lynch, g Joaepn L. And Lwcretia E. Finnin?, boy. John G. ?nd -E-ftbet Henninger, girl, Corueliu? ?nd Marion Peteraon, hoy. Donato and Mary M triff?, bor. Paul E. and Catherine Smith, firl. John R. and Battle Dougherty, boy. Hudson B. and Ma ble Pet tit. girl. Clyde F. and Rom T. Bnah, girl. Henry Wm. and Arm? P. Hlne, girl. Anthony J. and Fannie Ollrer. girl. George and Margaret Koahtmty, boy. Claude B. and G-ela E. -Ssnford. girl. Frank A. and Paginar ?. Mataon, boy I-ssw??. E. and Rhua J. Rose. girl. George R. and Annie Cookaey. girl. Leroy W. and Marie J. Fox, boy. Frank K. and Km ?. Graf, hoy. Nicholas and Mary B. Co-si-ai, boy. Frederick and Francia Fnller, girL Jame? G. and Mille Nalley. hoy. THE^SteERALD Published every day la th? yea. by The Washington Herald Com pany at ?125-429 Eleventh ?treat, ?Vashlnsrton. D. C. Telephone Exchange? Call Main 3300. (For classified advertisements ask for Branch 1). Member Audit Bureau of Circula tion. Wanted Help..-.? Wast?- fUtnstloos.. Waited Rooms ?nd Board.. Fra* Beat Roeros....???. Wanted Mi ace Danton ?.... For Sale Miscellaneous. Lost sod Found. Automobiles.. CLASSIFIED RATES ONE CENT A WORD (Minimum Chars?, Us.) All Other Classical lo__ 1 tims.II ee-t? t times ??thin s wee.._.It ?cats 3 time, within a week..-...'.10 centa r?_-ts eammtmemj.......ceti 38 or more rimes eonaecutirely.Teenta 1 -Est ? Im extra for clsssif?ed biack?iee tup? aad cat?, FOBEIGN REPRESBNTATTTB9 TBE 8. C. BECBWITB SPECIAL AGENCTt. New Tork Office.................Tiibima Bids. Cbfcaso Office.Tril.une Bid.. Detroit Office.ta Ford Eld?. St. Unis Office.Third National Ban- Bid, tissu X. sad aUissfat Mclotrr?. bey. Frad?rtcji I, ud Ktf I. Pott?, boy. Bold sad Ontsa Malica, Pitt JoKTh ?. ?ne Xth?l Bun*, bey. ? '?erte J. II. ?ail Clara M. Bluer, girl Wta. A. ?ad Dorothy A. Kicl-ta, siri Ooiskia aad' M?b?l Bryiat. nor. i-bu. !.. ?nd Piol?n? W. Visar, bar. D?Ti<l ?G. ?M AAX?ii*? F. rullertoB, boy. Palar ?od Rom M. Lortu?, ?irL ??eren ta. ?ad Bal? ?. WlUilra?, bey. Archibald* A ?. sad Marsartt T. Mela? .? Un, boy. John ?*, sad Assy 1?. White, bey. Thons? H. and Helen Mullanbcif, flit. qOLOBED. Henry ?ad JoMphin? Jsckao?. girl Daniel ?ad M?n* WlUIsSM. sM. Fred D. ?nd Eltbsr M. Fiontletoy. boy. Esteren? ud As?is Oi-apbsU, siri. ? DEATH RECORD. WHIT*"*". Henri Hass, SS mis. CaensHy Hospital. William R. Kosrmg, 43 Jean, Ht? R st M. James Willism Loisen, ?. 17 ?ad as*, n?. lailly B. Dr?, t? No. U Bryaat st as. Hennin Graenmld. <?>. Wuh. Airi? Hoap. Mary ?. Osi?.. Tt, litt H. Capito!. Mleheal Klnsks?. T?. BU la ??. aw. fUmiiel Baosr, TO. *M shepherd ?t. aw. Sharie? A. Way, 31, W?lt?r Bead Hoapiul. Mary A. Robert?. SI. National Lutheran Bom? Molli? Deiri?. IS. IMS N. Capitol. O?aos Oooker. SI, G?rf*eln* Hospital. n?rried J. Thompson. TI, SS M S. ?w. I DIED. BAKER-On Thursday, April 11. Ml?, at the residence of her rtauRhter, Mra W. B. Hudson, 911 Nineteenth street northwest. MARY 1*MMA JOHNSTONE. beloved wife of Capt J. S. A. Baker. Funeral services will be held at the above address today at : p. tn. COSTELLO?Suddenly, on Wednes day morning. April 10. 1918. at ? a. m., TIMOTHY L. the beloved husband of Nora Costello (nee Re gan), and beloved aon of Ellen and the late Timothy Costello. Funeral will take place from his late residence. 6*>7 ? street north east, today at 8:30; thence to St. Aloysius Church, where requiem mass will be said at 10 o'clock for the repose of his soul. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. ?1GGS?Departed thie Ufe on April 10, 1918, at 5:46 a. m , after a short illness, at the residence or her son, 512 Second street southwest, MARY FRANCES DIQGS. Funeral from the Metropolitan Wes ley A. M. K. Zlon Church, tomor row at *! o'clock. Rev. J. H. Calli??, officiating. Friends Invited to at tend. GASKINS-On Thursday. April 11, IMS. at 8 p. in., at his residence. 3608 New Hampshire avenue north west, WILLIAM HARRY, beloved husband of Doria M. Gaskins and son of Ada G. and the late Sam uel A. Gaskins, aged 32 year?. Notice ot funeral hereafter. GKEENWALD?On WtMlneeday. April 10. 1M8, at 8 p. m, HERMANN GREENWALD, beloved husband of Mary Greenwald (nee Wllmot). Burial from his late residence. 1418 8 street northwest, at Arlington emetery, today at 2 p. tn. HAAS?On Thursday. April 11. MS. HENRY. beloved husband of Louisa L. Haas. Funeral will be held from Zurhorsfs funeral psrlors today at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment (private) in Prospect Hill Cemetery. HAWKINS?Departed this life Thurs day. April 11, 1918. at hla residence. 1219*4 Duncan street northeast. CHARLES HAWKINS. beloved husband of Lucy Hawkins. He leaves a mother, four children, two sisters, two brothers and a host of relatives snd friends. Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. m., from Mount Airy Baptist Church, Rev. A. J. Tyler officiating. HIESTON?Suddenly, on Thursday, April 11. 1918. In Philadelphia. ROBERT TODD HIE8TON. in the seventy-first year of his age. Funeral services Monday. April 15. at 2 p. m-, at Dumbarton Avenue Methodist Church. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment private. JONES?On Wednesday. April in. ? 1918. at 9:Sn p. m.. WILLIAM T.. husband of Annie Jones, aged ?37 years. Funeral from hi.? residence. S305 Thirteenth street northwest, today at 8:80 a. m. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Relative?? and friends Invited. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. LOCKE?Departed this life on Frirtav morning, April 12, 1!>|S. at 2:li o'clock at her residence. I.****? Eleventh street northwest, SARAH E. LOCKE (nee Broadus). the be loved mother of ?*or.i Colbert and Roser Driver and wife of Richard Locke, and grandmother of >l;ix Ine. Wllburn and Ia Brent Col bert. She also leaves to niourn a host of friends and relatives. Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. m.. from Mount Moriah Baptist Church. Second and ? streets southwest. Friends invited. McGRANN?On Wednesday. April 10. 1918, st 4 p. m., at the residence of his parents, James P. and Kate McGrann, 719 Twenty-second street northwest. JOHN D.. beloved hus band of Margaret Ida McCann (nee Kldwell). and devoted father of Catherine Barbara McGrann. Funeral from St. Stephen's Church. Twenty-fifth and Pensylvanla avenue northwest, today at 9 a m. Interment in Mount Olivet Ceme tery. QL"INN-On Wednesday. April 10.1918, at 9:15 p. m.. JANE MARGARET, dearly beloved daughter of R. J. and Ana M. Qufnn, In her seventh year. Funeral from parents' residence. 3924 Fourteenth street northwest, today, at 10 o'clock. RUHLB-On April 11, 1918, at 4 a. m . at Newark, N. J., ELENOR RITHLE, beloved wife or Charles Ruhle, oaUBhter of the late George ar.d Matilda Koehler. Interment at Newark, N. j. SI'lLLANE-On April u. 1918. at 11:50 p. m., at his residence. I]**** Fourth street northeast. WILLIAM E SPILLANE, beloved son of Marga ret J. Downing Funeral Monday. April 15. at 9 o'clock a. m., from St. Aloysius Church, where requiem mass will be said for the repose of his soul. THOMFSON-Entered Into eternsl ,r.ost S? iM a m?? Thursday. April ll. 1918, at her residence. 9ns M street northwest, HARRIET J. THOMPSON, beloved mother of Molile M. Roblson (nee Thomp son). Funeral today, at 4 p. m.. from the Church of the Ascension. Inter ment private. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. W. W. Clumber?. r. P. Chtmlitm W. W. CHAMBERS CO. .._. J40? Chap?n St. nr. w. Modem ClupeL D?y or Night. Phono CoL 4SI W? Osi Antwnobil? 6erTic? EidmiwlT. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONsT Telephone J&4L? *** SS12-SIUS Mala 5312-53!?1 ?dsN\Sl? >ndy irno-*? Pa. ^SS?^^u. ?.?"*?*????? Avenar sagg*'5S5Jg?y?%*?W. l hnprl FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. t SHAFFER $??*<$. EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS Phon? M. ?t MODERATE PRICM. MISIT-IS. Prompt ?nd Osjsjral Anto Dslhiwy Benrlo?. Appropriite Floral Tokens. A rtl?. io-eif esavl.?? l'ierpotisi se. Glide Bros. Co? 1214 F Street, Pravi? ?urto Atml?jfTj aorloa. WANTED?AGENTS. AGENTS WANTED-A. NEW AND V'AMJA ble army and nary book metta exactly the] m?1? ?of the hour. Uve age-ota, male and ->-? nule, will And tt a great mooey-maker. Call and examine the prospectits. First clan refer ence? required. B. F. JOHNSON, 703 1Kb at. '. apU-3t HELP WANTED?MALE. MAN WAKTKD FOB LCNGH BOOM AT KonMjar. ?Jos? wasaa. -pprjto J-JBM at. nw. apl*-3t WANTED-TWO KITCHEN MEN for general lu (chea work. Ap***ly STEWARD. Stoneleifri CotM. Conn, ?ve. ?nd L_mtSSt WAhiTED-GROCERY CLERK and meat ct-ttt**. 596 HA st. tt. IDEAL MARHT. ?p!2-3t WANTffi=FKXJBE CARPENTER for f-sMral work m hotal; food nages ?od hour?. Appli/ immedi ately DEWEY HOTEL. 1390 L it nw._ *pl2-3t simili ?? u?iHt tl u_,li -%T? on ama, XII O s. aw, WaW? Palace Lunch. apt?--! \VAfJl*_^ftlW*ta-.~arsTP ?Il G__???5 __. et. ne._???; COLOBJ5D BOT ??/?G *?_?>?; *i*|-rT-EL furnished. Appi? ? L ?t na._apll-X CO.VDCOTOBS AND MOTOBlBlEH-AGE f? to 8B reara. Apply 2 p. m., the CAPITAL TBA(*T10N CO.. Mb and F .ta. ??. _ apT.H.ll,lM?.l?.?,--,I4.a.??AJ*l WANTED F.MilNEF.B IM GAS "HOUSE. Brut Ot. Herald ottica. aptKt W7?vT_S^(A~?vE^\*__NT work in thi? city, 50 laboren. Apply at once UNITED STATES EMPLOYNttNT SERVICE. 1410 Pa. aye. nw._ apr7-lt WANTED-CARPENTmsT MUST be union men and American citi zen?- for long army camp job. Ap-1 ply 923 8th tt. se. apr5-tf WANTED?LABORERS ; WHITE and colored; long army camp ] job; 35c per hour; time and a half for overtime and time and a half for Sunday ; working Sunday?. Ap ply at once, 923 8th tt. se. _apr5-tf wanted - boy to serve murmm: Herald; t?2 per moot-. Appi? H. ELKT'lN ] SMITH. HOit. aw._ mlnVtf < BOY WANTED-ONE WITH" ordinary school ed.cation to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for wide-awake boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. to FOREMAN. Herald office, tf BOT. WASTED TO BETA, THE t_ORM*iT Herald. Apply Mr. TMeret, (OS C rtreet aoutbeaat. r_l_kVtr WANTiari-c??Sfr?SI??-bTST?t-and -Uhwaalur. VICTORY LCN-B. IT? Pa. are. nw. ap" *t WANTED-WAREHOCSi TB D ? ? ?~K?T -shit* or ?-olisred: C.*? per ?la?. Appi. Tune keeper. ADAMS ??G???6 CO.. M and 1 sta ne._ tetti BOTS TO SELL ??????. APPLI AT 1013 H st. ne. not later than Its mfcl tf WANTED-l*? LABOREB8 FOB X) AND !!? hour atilft? ?t 36 centa per hour ior sieht hoars; time and one-half for overttm, BAT ?10.Ml CONCBETa; FIL? OO. lMi and ? sta. nw._ mr_a-ti BOYS WANTED. WH5TlVE~?? the northeast, to sell The Herald. Apply at 1018 K tt. ne. mh28-tf AN OPPOKfUMllT WITH TH?PENN>TLr ?arila Railroad Ccrr-ranr for ear repairrrien fr.irht handlers, nuchinista, bilprra, freifbl brskernen. white aad colred laborers, snd men (or ??rions ot?ier ?xCTjpatk?-. Aprir 408 N. J. ?re. a... Washington, or aoctheaat eorner Cat? rcrt and Center ?ta., Baltimore, or with th. H. I., P. ? ?. ?. B-, Brook? ava.. NotfoX Vs. SITU^IONS^ANTED?MALL BBUJIAN-AMERirAS?A MAN OF OOOP habite ?ni-h'-? s houae to car* Ine during ivjmmw-r. *?v-B-*.,io:.ally adapted, r-rry oeat. i**l refer mees Hex <K. ?pl?-A HELP WANTED?FEMALE. LADY WASTE? K?iR LfNi'H ROOil AT Part Myer. Good wages, An?y to -?? M ?* nw. spl3--t Help Wated?Male and Female. W^T?O^^SEV?R*?rCLERKS^ also typist. Apply ADAMS EX PRESS CO., Second and I sts. ne. FOR RENT?FUR. ROOMS. SECON1I Ft/kilt L-JtOE KKilNJ B'hiM. fursisbed, soinbern exr>is:.:>\ f.r 3 latins. So. D. H. JOHNSON CO.. I33? H at. nw. _ apUrt WANTED?ROOMS. WANTED-1? ?. E. OR R. E., t OR S room* f?rniAed or pa??p?**^. irr l.h.k., br quiet couple. Permanent. Pirf.-f to pt ?ith owner. BOX HU. H? miti ?ffirr. Il WANTED?FURNISHED HOUSE. WANTED?A SMALL" HOUSE IN the suburbs, furnished or partly furnished; about half hour from the Treasury. BOX 127. Herald office. mh23-tf FOR SALE?SUBURBAN. POH SALE OR RI.NT-TWtl 7 ROOM Mil??* in Vienna, V*. *;?i>*-d ?rar teriie** and carden ?.pot. (Misa) KATE WK8TOHT. ? ? Vienna. Va._? * FOR SALE?FARMS. TRU'K KAUM NEAR .-??? ER HILL. MD. Rentes ?nd ero*#rin(t crop?, 1?r-autifid tame; est lighted: fine water; barn and oat) 1 mile?, to t-itY. SarTi*?--"t? for quirk -.??*'. Telina. L. J. HARRISON, Sta. H., R. F. D. A. Waah. P. C._ ati;3Tt EXTB? BAROAIN^K?RM 3? ACBEH~? X Maryland. diaries OTiinty, near Manors Spring*. S mil?*? from Fot?vmac, eight i-o-ra building. We ham. ?-orn trib, good chicken hou!?e. -5 c-hickens, 1 horse, all marliincry? $13'OT easy terme. Addrm? S458 Elaton ??e.. Cliiragp. Ill . Frango ?chala. ap.23t REAL ESTATE_ ?MM Day a Home ot Imetumetit at CABIN JOHN PARK! WHY NOT TODAY? Tot piati, :lluatrtted bnokt, and foil Tpartim tara about three little fanne, ??trac-tire borne ??tea, and low priera, set or write J. S. TOMLINSON, SM SOCTBERN BLIMl. MAIN ?US. Six new hoir ?re and buncalowi ready for ln ?IKCticn, fl.M? to R30?. Easy tema. _eodtf TWO BKAlTTirUL? T-ROOM COTTAO?B, reatly for occupancr, ooe block from ear Une; delightful location; all mcMleni ooorenieocea; $3,TS0 np. r.irgiir.s in lota. Term? to ?alt. WASHINGTON - POTOMAC INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, 710 14th et.. SII Cnioe Seringa Fa nk Bld?._JeZtS tf Careful Investments Of money in First Deeda of Tmrt (Pint Mort gagra) on Washington, D. C, Real Eatat? at? **aya gira tbe full interest praniiaed and the return of aU the pritidple due, regai-dlese of the varying incomes and Talaea of other acenrt tiea. We have been airccvanfully engaged In making th-eee inveatmenta for oar ritinta for morn than a qnarter of a century. Invest ment*. .BSD, $300 to tlO.OOO. at 6, 5S, and f per ?cent now ready for delivery. Large in-festmenta made. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., Sonthern Bnil-liii., 807 15th St. WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. *fVANT?D-MODERN OAK ANDMAHO?: aiiT furniture and clean hook.. E. HEN-1.K1 Uli ?. 1. a?.. Maia TUA. ? ? ""'. PkmetoUa Your Want? Tha Waahhugton wmGet Yo? REMEMBER THIS! Nevar Take a Ckance! Phone Po?ce Deptvrhoert., Fire Departaeiit. Depftrtraent ai ?aamtt. U. S. Scmt Sswric? (amjmt)...,. U.S. Secret S-srrioe (aay). U. S. IhnU. IM 3SM .Mua 2854 FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. F?AT-TOP liKf-li BACV* B? ijr.I AN!? conch bet APT. 4, H? Psiniaont ?c aw ?pU* WOOD F?OR "nil?l'UrV, BaTlLEB. tVA naca ?nd ?tore, $:8 per cord. SI.SB per *?*." cord : alio ?pttt Mudlios ssood In any aiaantirj. Oall Lincoln 3831 for prompt denser?;. t:- ? ? WAiTTED TO BUT. tvlIJ. CAIA, IN MT G????G????? ?0*0 BObtle, dtr or ?rtsarlj??. sad fl roa hl?Sas? prions Mr ladjas*. * a? utjaamai'?. ctalldre? ? 6V eardad elothins. af ?D <ln?s?|lliiii A ?dies postal or paone. 1 ?HI cat El RICE. ISM Tt*> ?, cm. P. H?. _______________^^__tf BOOKS ?' tVt*u*l rat^atjamssW?~i?,\ avvm' git irnos, to entire hbtanaa. Uaasa ?490. PIARLMA.SS BWI SBOP (B ta ?t. a*. MONEY TO LOAR. BOMB t? loan o? SMBBfB BH real aerate at lovfst castrant satas; ?jpssm. prinieses ?rith respasrl to prior pKrment?. TTLCB, * BUTHFJtpnilD, Ine, t.T 11m ?. tt MONE? TO t/JAls-Sr? Til KB ON "BTc. nal eastate. Beisaal trost fonds, ?? to < pet cent. AJ? tranaartiooe eondorted ?r-ttla. msxaat cai opaaWarsti'^1 for boRoscr?. WM. H. KAL'NOBKe * 00. ??I .in Boinias. BT ?A? ?. wa. __? BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. ?IMl'IH SCRRRKB IMI ?IlillU. WIMOOW 61IAl.ES ??G? TO (jltDEK. Bsat Omqoe on ?. H. RoData 1. a. PBElN'b'ERT, US) ? at. aa, rtnp? L. r?._sua AUTOMOBILES. AITO RaSPAlRS. BROKEN CAST RON And other metals saelded bj s Iiisssii WFJJUT CO.. SH) N. J. ara, ao. Lin. ISO. We boDd tin orle) and rasair rethierair????. Xs?'icKviC*?, AIt*t TIMI. Ain PLACK. Anto? <*.f ??t ir??? and as? rep?:red or rebuilt Fords fled srhOe ron ?sait- fitocas?. ROB ROI MACKEX, 5U asMAi n. sa. Luvet?* OS _ ?. PRK'E CAN PII IT. WTI.niNO OF ALL ?t.?:?1? fjqtul to new. Err? rt ?at?? mansas Price? Auto Bepair Shop, lili ?. OapitoL ?. 4711. ?1 FOR SALE-GARAGES. CETA OARAGE THAT WILL OCTLAST any caras? in the mark-.t in arrearan^, dura ti.ity, and [rice. V. T. EL BIEN, Ifll G a j tf. Phone M. SI SI. REFRIGERATORS, ICEBOXES. McCRAY REFRIGERATORS. And Conlfnc Koona Are I nraualrA. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. We bafU (?o order) ani repair reinerera'cra. til F St. II. W. FRANKM> S971. _______ ?fee FURNITURE. credit Furniture crkdit HOPWOOrVS Popiilnr Prie?- Faral twre and Mot t ?More. Mh ? ? Sta. ! tt--t-_. g PROPOSALS. DKTARTMEXT OF THE INTERIOR" ?Tnitad -X-..S Pat.nt ?Off?.?*. WaafcittfaaB, ? C. Mandi S, ???!?. -S?-?..ed pr-.i-poKaJa t?a q'oad mpiicai<-t will l?*" twtH ?t tfaia Off*?-*1 until 2 oVW* r- m. MOXPAY, -\pn! r. ;9,;. and will be oiyr-n'd iniravV.'e:** ti. t after, m the pr?-?fn<-*e of BK*h Uniera m* att-end. f? produc to?, in the City of Waaliin*Tt"n. Ibtarirt af f'afthiTTihia, dnriic tbe ?''?-.-al y-ear ?en ?n* Jutie 3?, l-*!?-?*. cor??*? of draveinr? r*? -pendil*? anpli.**a? tiona ani pate-i ??*?. ani of f? reign petrata, t-: ??t?. and ?hiNta by plHitt-crai b?e "r f?th r rr*xvtw. Th*? pripia nani?, ?ill he o in ft?nn*ction with thr ."ri-Vat ahili?*- rf *ht bidder and his r?an? t?. do tiirt ,-Ia?e a?rfc; and priT to th?? drt-fm?.nat^n of an ?win?. aiic? ,'G?*???*\????*-?* nil!stipai ion a?? to ti,??? ? ia': .ra tinn? of I l'Iil-rTi arid ?ihaTi't-rT of r?ant w.) be nude ma the Popart tient alia1! H^*?*to nf*o?-*i-mTT. A low lud. unsupp-ftiMl by laHaCae - ?if ability to prrffimi the work in a*7re*fment with the teriiii? of the pr^itosals end ?i*oiitrart to U? Mrarded, wil! h* rented. AH bi?ia artre-**.*??! and oontra?-te awarded ?nhjert to an ai-re-?pr?? ation hi t^ongreja t? rn-wt the ?exppn?o. BlD POt8 Willie WOBK HAS P.KEN tTifAAT? 1*????G?'??? IV THV P.S9T M \T BE KUV? 1????? PBOM CON-lJ?EHATlOX ?IN THAT -?l?OCNP. S;>r?*Tf;4atiora and ?pelimene, aith forma rf ?t???1??! will l?e funxidjed on arr-hra tmn to the C^i''f Plori nf the ratent Office. All bidden? are luT.ted to be prearut at the ?opea inf? T)ie rieht to TTjert any and all tad?, la whole or in par**, i* hereby ree.-r.e-l. J. T. NEWTON, Ootnmiaiioeer. PECARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. LMT EP STATES PATENT OFF1CS. Wa*iM ton. D. C?. Marrh ?B. 191* ? S?ral<**d propoaal*? iin quadruplicate) will l* tecvired at thia offio? nntil 2 o'clock p. m.. Mondar. April H, 1?8. and wiD b?t otmed inani-iiiately thi*re after, in the prraet)<ce of mi?4i Hddcra a? at tend, for prodnr-in-f, dnrinc the faeal year ?od ine Jntie 3f*. HT9, by th^ phniolithafraphic *ne other rrooeaa. oopW of drawinaa of tb? weekly f-Boen of patenta, to be aa????*nihled witfi the specification, e-titchod. ban*ied. and cumbered. eta ; for tht rt producti-Mi ?nf exhatBtted copiea -of drawintn and a*n-*,~?fl(*atione. etc., to be a? aembled, atltcbed. banded, and numbered, and for the rer-rodnction of fnrcifn riat<Ti*a. Tlie ?????* named will be ?ronradTed in connecr.'m with the erident ability of the bidder and hi? plant to do flrai rlaaa work: and. prior to ?A** d?termination o? an award, ri?-I, iweliminarr InTeaticat?on aa to the qualifica tiona of bid ders and charartw ot plant will be made aa the Pepartment ahall d??em nemwary. A loar hi-d. Tmimpprrted' tar ?tiala-rtory eridenor aa tn ability to perform the w-r-.it in airre-ernent with the tenne i.f the rvtnvMBJb and contra*rt to be awarded, will be .erW-ted. All bid? arrented and oontraita ewardM auhject to an appropria tion by Concre?? to meet tbe exririsae. RIP PERS WHOSE WORK HAS PEEN TNSAT ISFAPTORY IV THF/ PAST MAY RE ELI ? ??? THO FROM CONRIPERATION ON THAT (?ROT? P. PpeHflcationa and tn^ecimena, with forms ?of proptwala. will be fnn-iished on applt cation to tba Chief Cl??** of the Patent Office. All bidder? are invited to be pew?t at tke openintr The rinbt to reject ?my and a& bid* in whole m in pert. 1* hereby lewi led. ? ? NEWTON, Oommiaaoner ?Bit? m PERSONALS. or ?cBSE it is ??t so east to itn a atra-a-r asad tor ua. tt Bakss tua. to am. aorju-im?-. tait all aawiaiBa?. aboald know that wa ar? th, lr.apwrows hasse that can par th? ?sat tar mm. erne antta. oienaasaa, saw?., mc . tat at call If ?oa paoat us. ?TC"**TB S OLI. STA VP. ?Ht D. it DR. REED SPECIALIST 8S4 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 3* YEARS ??*. J-ySSJE Samaseaad Spedai Pliaa, ? al Mesas-latea-,-. Mass-aa Health ?? Toa If 1 oa *>alT<-T fra?s C?tarrh. Obe_tlr, B-swmaOaro. C(a_s.i Uoa, rissa. Threat. Laoss. Brain. Bear?, Bi nd acd Skin Diaaaaas, Nemas? IVra.it?, a litaa. Piar-asa, B?v*'sr Tronti?, KpeciSe Blood ??? ?a-int, Errpuona, Clears and All iTirete Dire asaa-a fj-red tor Late br Safa Method?, CVar-ft? Low. Medk?e Fimi-,ti. CONSULTATION FREE. PjH**nte Y*, .nt??? ?*??? for I a*_tl/^ Off!? Bow, ?tn :. ! to t Sui, lay*. ;r ?.? ? MOVING, PACKING, STORING. fiAFETT 6T?iRA0B AND TRAN-I i.K - M? PANT. OI Masa. see. nw. Phone ?1? F.teWh I in? M ortnga etortnc, t?** ing an 4 ahipping ; carsici and erpe-lan-aed ?*r; lartre .an* v*r^ rate rooci far storngr, t: ? ?:.?: aa fe!*Mfc ~~SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLCTELT riBB-RijO? ???'-?G.**. Bc-_>, ? and ap. Mena, aad ?--<?-?. C.MT-fc ????-? t TOBA.E Of?. IIISM at. a?. Phooes M. 4_? ani ***?__.,? Ma. tf free martam tar a??sr ?aaja. N. 334_, V ?44. ?atlTlfS TlilMlF? A m*iiB A?.r; t ?i. tu 8. HI?-? Ph. V t***?}.. at MOVING V. fami?i laza? ????cd ?ans and ?aarefl. ai? to bandle r^rjr snoda. ? l'AChEBa at rarrStara. pBaata. ersSaa, baa* brae. etc. Tf-Tp-rkrored Dea oal?. I ?H'ITINO to ?E pana ot the wirst , STORAGE to fttrait-ra, pana, and boma? h-ld eoods. KRIEG'S EXPRESS. Ready Reference Telephone Directory. ADVERTISING AGENTS. i. -ale rostros, im-, MrGill Mj. AUCTIONEERS^ ADAM ?k>(-HL_a. ? s?enr-?lT-ris Sfa. sar. DUPLICATING G. BATES A CO.. I Ft. BW. It a? Ma itine adore?ana. ami BOOK DEALERS BATT. BATES A CO.. ISCZ 1B10 ? ?. aw. IT a? Maia nt Idra?as?, and BFENTANO'a, iao G ??- ow. Phoae Warn BR. TAXiCABS. L TAiit-B oompaibt. EU Uta ex. aw. Mafai am. FLORISTS. ?BO. O. SBAlTEtk. Choac? <**nt FVwrra. U* l?th si r... II ot Main ?M FUNERAL DIRECTORS. IT. P. sr*?*_Rl CO, &st ? st nw. p-honea Main ** nfl ?-*1?* PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. UAVKIIRTH PI RI.IMilM- Itati ?I l.e.rral Prlalrra aad l'ol?li?her. ! Hisb-c.ae? Mata n-r?. H-.41et? 1< Hurtvor Prirttne-l?i?tt on ?he l>c?_ Ptwwje V ItBCjoar lYr-ravT'elire ?l'I ??Il il ????. ? at o STHMCT xp-*rHWC**T._ AKDBRS?S I K1MEHT. TH-t. ?"trat floor, rear. laT Ne? ? -G. a??, aw. Ma - Jaw COLCWni-.-. ?G.??G??a do.. !!*_, ?i l?lh st n?. Ph-ass M. Osa. Iranos fjraa-raraa a s-weaatts. ? ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. ARTBI'R IX-IWat, ' Eiectrie-l CWi'.ra.ic?. 30?? 1 e?, nw., Wa^:"t ton. D. C. E??vr?Hoc Electriea I. **w_ap_oae tras? ISBA REAL ESTATE. JOHN ?. DONOHOK * ??? Balea Recta Loane and ln.urar.ra. J14 Pa. asa. aa. tPhaa? ???. M. STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES. DCPARQCET, ? COT A MON Et' t E <\J. ?. a ?Sessi.?. Marsan? tBBait. Phon? Mal- ?a THE HERALD AUTO DIRECTORY. ELECTRIC CARS. BAKETFt-H A I < ? -I ?, NrS? BARTRAJd KLKCTRir OARAGE. 1104-0? ?. ?. ???, tlO?-11 ? at Ttttmeq Wort ______??_ GASOLINE CARS. ??G???.-? ?. ?. -J-???. JaU isa Four*?-?ntli st. Phon? ?. North 4?1?L _ ?LA*?**r_*m ? ?"?"*??'?______ . Ooor-jaar B-srlos Stalins. "Cisiit-laa f Tira." t-htsaa M. TBa_ at r-uarrtasa tn. Btarttas and Uabt-aa BataaaTsm ? ?? // you are going to move this spring, study the classified ads?and make it worth while to move.