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Mayor Fisher Issues Plea for
General Suspension of Business. to* nuiLn Bi.ai vr, *. I. kaigkl it Svn. Kioc 81 lit Alexandria. Va., April *S?liber ty Day wis be observed her* to morrow by a general suspension Of business at the noon hour, and , "T'? expected th^t there will bo a l?rge turnout in the parade which ?ni held at 1 o'clock in the I afternoon. I J*ayor Fisher this Evening re JJJ**"1 ? telegram from Governor I*vis ordering that the State of fices here be closed at noon tomor row, and the mayor immediately | directed that the proclamation be carried out. and that city offices will close at noon. The mayor ex pressed the hope that tlie orders will be complied with in all lines of businesa. The committee In charge of the aale of the bonds tomorrow is com posed of the following: Xevell !5 Greenaway, C. T. Nicholson, H. W* Wildt. Paul B. Hulflsh. James Bayne. John O. Graham. 8. C. Crop ley. H. A. Stuart. M W. Gaines. A. U Coh<-?. Laurence Perry, C. R Tay lor Burke. George E. Warfleld. Gardner I- Boothe, Carroll Pierce. Senator Fwanson will deliver an address in the Richmond Theater. Liberty loan day will be observed J at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night by Potomac Lodge of Odd Fellows with) a patriotic celebration which win be yield in Odd Fellows' Hall, which RAf will mark the Ninety-ninth an rViyrsary of the founding of Odd Fel lowship in this country. Members of this lodge Sunday night' will attend special services at the Second Presbyterian Church at which time Rev. John Lee Allison, D. D? pastor of that church and noble grand of the local lodge, will preach a special sermon. The services will be closed by Rev. Edgar Carpenftr, rec tor of Grace p. E. Church. The sale of liberty bonds in this city today reached a total of JlljK.ilCO. This is a big increase during the past twenty-four hours. This city's al lotment is fcS9,nr?> an(j it is thought that the quota will be exceeded be fore May 1. Fifteen colored men summoned by the local draft boar.l will entrain at 9 17 o'clock tomorrow mornltig for ''amp I-*e, Petersburg. Va. The men will roeet at the office of the local board and march to the railway station. ? Robert Toliver. 1" years old. was tliroi?< from a "horse near King and afreets at S o'clock tonight and *VutM on beart Toliver was ' treated at the Alexandria Hoepital. % f . I.indaey Morrison. Tfi years old. who lived mar Gunston Hall. Fairfax < ounty, died, in an automobile driven by hto aort. J. H. Morrison, at * o clock this afternoon, a ahqrt dis tance south of Alexandria while en route to tq< Alexandria Hosnit#! fox treatment J The deceased was em ployed In the Government Printing .Office. Washington. The body was 'xemoved to Demaine's mortuary _ Ola pel and will be shipped Saturday rfb I-orton, and burtal will be made to Pohiek Church Cemeterv -r Wood field, this city. and ?"?_ Mary Weaver. or Fairfax Courthouse, were married Wednesday night at the residence of the bride's parent*. The funeral of Miss Sophie Sutton, who died in Washington, took place tnis afternoon from Demaine's mor tuary chapeL Services were conduct Rev. A. E. Speilman, pastor of Trinity M. E. Church. Conrad Johnson. ^Anniston Ala., fs on a short visit to his parents and family in this city. Alice Minor Kelley. 4 years old. d j^hter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. ^ }. died this morning at her par I dots residence, ]l?l King street. WC"~r' infant son of hia u Weaver, died todav at hi* mother s residence. 30c South Fairfax street. but boxt>s DIYORCE SUIT FILED AGAINST S. F. COOPER Mamie I,. Cooper brought suit in the equity courts yesterday againsi Samuel F. Cooper for a limited di vorce and alimony, charging crueltv and failure to provide. The pair were married in Balti more. October I. 1917, and the pres ent suit is an echo of one similar In character which she Hied against her husband February 15 last, but which was dismissed, she says on his -promise to mend his ways JtHaWis : Tins Fa* IflCflKD, ft BJttUMjTQHT [co^ne M<u.c* Is lie Official StmtcK ? x Iroft.riVCLYKbU J Sr* ?3 !<)naw'i*6 Of H?wT WAS ^ IHMWSt The Horse Show at Arlington Park this week has attracted attention of lovers of the horse and ihose whose sympathies led them to encouragement of the laudable aim of the promoters?who give all the proceeds to the Red Cfoss. This drawing was made by Richard Mansfield, thp policeman car toonist, -who draws exclusively for The Washington Herald. Mr. Mansfield is a motorcycle officer in Police Precinct No. 5 274 NAMES IN HONOR ROLL OF MARINE CORPS CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. In a recent battle of large dimensions, one company of marines accupied a village gack of an important toan. When the retreat of the man forces occurred and the gray German waves came swirling onward, the marinas. held their ground, and participated in fhe counter attack that followed. Maj. Gen. George T. Barnett, com-! mandant of the Marine Corps, refused! last night to comment except to say: "The list tells its own story." The list follows: WOl'NDKD IN ACTION (March 27.) I Pvt. Joka H. Pace. WOllVDKD IN ACTION I March II.> Serft. Lloyd E. Battles. Pvt. (ieerge D. Thorn p*on. Pvt. Clarence A. J add. KILLED IN ACTION (April 1.) j Pvt. Eaill H. Cchrke. WOINDED IN ACTION (April I.) j rapt. P. W. Karataedt. First Lieut. C. B. Mayaard. *erft. odll N. Kaaa. Corp. Odom P. Martin. Pvt. Erneat II. Bonvlllaln. Pvt. Harry K. William* <Died , later!. Pvt. Anton F. Hoeall. Pvt. John B. Cabrlel. k WOl>DEn IN ACTION (April ??. ! Pvt. Charles P. Martiadnle. KILLKD IN ACTION (April 3.) Pvt. John Htekrleatarg. Pvt. Edward A. linker. j j DIF.I) OF WOl NDS (April .1). ! Pvt. Joha White. WOINDUD IN ACTION (April A|. Pvt. Earl O. AaderKoa. Pvt. Lambert _L. Hehl. .*i WOINDID fS ACTION (April ?>?' Serst. Leo H. llennea. Pvt. Claade E. Brinker. WOINDED IN ACTION I April T). Corp. John F. Dunn. Pvt. Kaoeh B. Thomaa. Pvt. Bay B. Uodnon. Pvt. Carl M. Sellard*. Pvt. Harry E. fleancaay. Pvt. Aatoa F. Schlllenkamp. KILLED IN ACTION <April 8). Corp. Chnrlea K. Toth. WOIXDED IN ACTION I April *>. Cannery SerRl. Joseph W eltsell. | Pvt. Bernard Yoakara. WOUNDED IN ACTION (April 91. Corp. Edward F. Anael. UOINDKD IN ACTION (April 10). Pvt. Clareaee S. Markham. WOI NDED IN AC TION (APRIL IS). I Flrat Lieut. Fred W. Clarke, Jr. j l.unnery Serift. Boacoe Bledsoe! : (Dird April 18). l.unnery Serai. Harry W. Pueeettl. Cannery Serift. Chaa. S. Wehmer. Cannery Sfrgl. Horace Mahane. Sent. Walter U. Kelley. Serat. Frank J. Murray. ser?t. Clareaee E. Plumlee. Sergt. Wllhert Blackford. Sergt. Le Hoy Bailey. Sergt. Martla H. Carrie. lergt. Karl H. t mler. Sergt. Mike Ualala. Serat. Dudley L. Brown. Serat. Donald Dev A'orlea. [ Corp. Preaaley H. Lomenlck. Corp. William L. Loud. Corp. William My era. Corp. Leonard J. McNamnrn. Corp. Fred M. Marlowe. Corp. William H. Porter. Corp. Chnrlea G. I'aachal. Corp. Arthur J. Reifenatuhl. Corp. lieorge J. Schubert. Corp. Carl W. Johnaon. | Corp. Jamea K. Riley. Corp. Jamea A. I'uge. Corp. Alfred A. Stock. I Corp. Lynn C. Fitzgerald. GARDEN LESSON No. 49. Questions Answered by the Garden Expert. IX): Mark the spots in your Roll ' where it secerns sandy and there grow the root crop?, carrots, parsnips, etc. They don*t do well In heavy clay. DON'T: CImmmp Ions, spindly to mato plants when buyiim; the heavier, anuat plants with good root growth are better. "Garden Maker"?By not planting the tame vegetable In the same row where you grew a similar vegetable last year you fool the particular In sect which likes that plant for food. <Jrow root crops where you grew foliage crops last year?carrots where cabbage was. potatoes whore peas or beans were grown, tomatoes *here parsnips were. ??Amateur"?The fertilising problem la individual to each garden. What your soil may need your neighbor's might have In plenty. As a general rule barnyard manure Is beat for all spinach, parsley, which need more J nitrogen. Chicken manure is line for all foliage crops, but should not be applied to peas or beaps for it tends to make them, rup to vin4 rather than produce pods "R. G."?Potash may be aupplied to garden soil by sprinkling wood ashes ?/ver the ground before spading, or by raking it in at any time during, the growing season. Coal ashes won't! serve the same purpose, but they will loosen heavy soil. "Mrs. Ward"?The best place to grow sweet com is in the rows where peas or beans were grown last year, or on sod land, that is. ground whloh waa covered with grass last season. "Two Girls"?It is more profitable to grow anything else than dandelions In your garden plot. Try lettuce and radishes. They grow quickly, take lit tle room, produce well, give little trouble and sell readily. (Aaether leniton tomorrow.) I ? ('?rp. John R. McMnllen. r?r?. Ilobrrt S. I'?l**r. ( ?rp. (latter W. Rath, ('?rp. Henry E. Roberts. Corp. Frod Kramer. Carp. Rdwla Moaeley. Carp. Le? C. Berkley. < orp. Ralph V. Cbaney. Corp. Walter Kalh. Corp. ~Aabrey B. Brown. Corp. Sam D. Beanett. Carp. Lee W. Sullivan. Pvt. Vernoa U. Soiyhfla. Pvt. Donald K. William.. Pvt. Kilo G. Tehbe. Pvt. Fred Bf. Traaler. Pvt. Ward B. Van Worner. Pvt. Rogers B. Weld. . Pvt. Elmer T. Weiaaeuborn. Pvt. George R. \\ hit lock. Pvt. William K. Whlttaher. Pvt. Robert W. Waters. Pvt. IJnnlel Weaton. Pvt. George Wilhlnaon. Pvt. Charlea J. Wllaoa. Pvt. Fred C. Smith. Pvt. Gervln E. Stover. Pvt. Jamea H. Young. Pvt. Jamex B. McCoy. Pvt. David C. Reynolds Jr. Pvt. Arthar II. Spies. Pvt. Gustave V. Snuerhrum:::. Pvt. Robert H. Wlmberly. Pvt. William T. Ashury. N Pvt. Fred O. Bayn. Pvt. Winnlow D. Brannea. Pvt. Arthur Bell. Pvt. Karl K. Bnrnett. Pvt. Harvle Br u ton. Pvt. Morris C. Arnold. Pvt. Merl W. Brown. Pvt. John C. Atehlaon. Pvt. Urover D. Adania. Pvt. Sylvanus Auaborne. Pvt. Lealle H. Arthur. Pvt. Guilford L. Alkln. Pvt. Jantea A. Alaobrook. Pvt. Hownrd L? Anglin. ^ Pvt. Charlea W. Ayara. Pvt \lhcrt W. Barts. Pvt. I<awtence G. Ben hut: V April 1M). Pvt. Frank T. Bell. Pvt. Jo?epl>~ Bfel. * Pvt. Warren C. Benton, jr. Pvt. John H. Berkrr. Pvt. Clarence E. Bat-net t. Pvt. Raymond A. Bericer. Pvt. Tliomaa D. Boyer. Pvt. lrvins J. Duck ley. Pvt. Abner L. Gihaoa. Pvt. Frank Gormely. P%t. Wendell H. Oliver. Pvt. FraaeU E. Prober I. Pvt. Ray Strain. Pvt. Harry E. \ nunc. Pvt. RlehaTd Wmtwaler. Pvt. Krneat S. Ward. Pvt. Eugene S. Sheets. Pvt. Harry R. Small. Pvt. John J. Seihentowskl. Pvt. Joha F. Mllney. Pvt. Conrad X. Seablom. Pvt. William J. Wash hi* I:. Pvt. Curlls N. Young. Pvt. Frnnk Ynrapolaaky. Pvt. Clyde I.. Clausen. Pvt. Harry H. Crotkera. Pvt. Stanley l<evaadon<tU>. Pvt. Jeff M. Parker. Pvt. Paul H. Sander*. Pvt. Walter H. Waterman. Pvt. EaH R. Sayder. Pvt. Warner K. Slocum. Pvt. Kenneth W. Vancll. Pvt. Ferdinand T. Stoer. Pvt. Cedrle Neman. Pvt. Mllo M. Sayder. Pvt. Valentine H. Thll. Pvt. Philip Taub. Pvt. Harold Till. Pvt. Kit Wlttatela. Pvt. Edward H. Wei la. Pvt. Claude L. Wllklns r.. Pvt. Thomax A. Weat. Pvt. I*eroy L. Weaver. Pvt. Fred K. Domke. Pvt. Charlea I. Wooda. Pvt. John K. Seheel. Pvt. Frederiek J. Dtann. Pvt. Eddie W. Jarobson. Pvt. Joseph King. Pvt. Carl F. Kujat. Pvt. Herbert K. Johnson, Pvt. John V. Jordan. Pvt. William D. Jenkins. Pvt. Jaek II. Jones. Pvt. Ralph Johnsoa. Pvt. Jesse ,A. Kitehens. Pvt. James A. Marshall. Pvt. Karl S. Pennell. Pvt. Renjnmin R. RobertM. Pvt. Frank I.. Hamilton. Pvt. Linton C. Fend ley. Pvt. James B. Lafferty. Pvt. Walker W. Joknson. Pvt. Harry H. Stewart. Pvt. Franels W. Kelly. Pvt. Joaeph G. Strlngfcllow. Pvt. John B. Scott. PvL* Herbert Slgler. Pvt. Max 10. Seal. Pvt. Howard H. Fields. Pvt. Cheater R. Langhter. Pvt. James G. Robertaon. jr. . Pvt. Clarence A. \ aught. Pvt. Harry H. Wllsod. Pvt. Byron A. Slmpaoa. Pvt. John Weber. Pvt. Marvlu Teer. Pvt. Andrew J. Littleton. . Pvt. Dean D. f.abanta, Jr. Pvt. Kdmund J. Fona. Pvt. Charles K. Williama. Pvt. Willla W. Hans. Pvt. liornn A. Dowllng. Pvt. Lnelus H. Smith. Pvt. Edward J. Stelnmeta. Pvt. Henry B. Straatmaiia. Pvt. Grover C. Scholia. Pvt. Arthur Jf. Faable. Pvt. Elva C. Stringer. Pvt. Leo J. Tevlln. I%v?. to.li G. Walter.. Pvt. William P. If.lB.r, Pvt. l.totgr A. UMiuiW. Pvt. Leonard S. Wooda II. Pvt. William R. Cleveland. Pvt. Rnlph T. Wright. Pvt. Harry Klmmel. Pvt. I.fwy K. Kemp. Pvt. George F. Knox. Pvt. Arthur Llneka. Pvt. JaaM A. I.eaeh. Pvt. Raraoiil R. Leeuri. Pvt. Benjamin J. I.uekrm. Pvt. E??eM Mitchell. Pvt. V?m Murphy. Pvt. BcraaN J. MeElroy. Pvt. Morrfll Morris. Pvt. Carhett C. MadUon. Pvt. Cl??e?ee B. Meyer*. I Pvt. Bert Meta. Pvt. Jaaeph Muaal. Pvt. Brower Monroe. Pvt. Walter W. Meao. Pvt. Kleholaa Mlakema. Pvt. Klhert P. Kable. Pvt. Cfcarlea P. Ml Ilea. Pvt. Loola V. NfJNIj. Pvt. Grady Newman. Pvt. Charlea 8. Olmstearf. 1 . Pvt. Ernest P. Peteraon. Pvt. Walter V. Palmer. Pvt. Walter E. Pleraon. Pvt. f'laad Peak. Pvt. Charlea R. Robert. Pvt. Jnlea E. Smith. KILLHD IN ACTION (April i'w. Herat. Albert Rata, Jr. ( orp. Norman R. Jack von. l orp. Henry J. Kmart. Pvt. I.eo Watermelr. Pvt. Leslie H. Arthur. Pvt. Rene J. Titus. r?t. Walter J. Ward. Pvt. Edmund Bollark. Pvt. Hunk B, Rodeaho. WOl *DKD IN ACTION t April IS). First l.ieut. Louis II. Jones. * WOLNDED IN ACTION (April Id). Pvt. Elmer C. Byera. Pvt. Fmnk II. Watlluir. KILLED IN ACTION (April 17). Pvt. Mohan (?> (Name being verified.) ACCIDENTALLY KILLED (Apr. 17) Kerfft. Bernard J. Ronaa. Pvt. Charles I). Graham. KILLED IN ACTION (April 18). CorpT John Formal!. Pvt. tilenn Sample*. Pvt. Alfred E. Hchedel. P?t. Allen W. Jewett. Pvt. William Giles. DIED FROM WOUNDS (April 10). Pvt. Harry F. Raymond. KilLRO IX AC-rtOX (April pi. Gun). Srrgt. Edward G. Warren. Corp. John L. Kuhn. Pvt. Edward C. Gehlert. DIED FROM WOl'NOS (April 3(1). MerRt. Cecil tirlme*. Pvt. Claude L. Wilkinson. (Wounded April 13.) Pvt. Ell Wlttateln. (Wounded April 13.) Pvt. Eugene C. Da* Is. Pvt. Walter Reynolds. WOL INDED IN ACTION I No dale). Pvt. Cirtla H. Frelman. %. Pvt. Ivan W. Shaw. Pvt. William R. Bliss. BUY BONDS NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS. New York. N. Y.. April 24.?'The fol lowing residents of Washington are registered at New York hotels: E. >V. Baker, R. McNaught, Ed Fanner, Continental; Mr. and Mrs. M. Blerkaland, Miss M. Farris, W. J. Robinson, C. Whitaker, Chatham; W. J Bowman. J. R. Brady, B. H. Enos, C. E. Hoover, Grand; U. C. Boynton. Cumberland; J. A. Dunn, M. J. Mc Guire, Arlington; F. Lambelli, Broad way Central; J. A. Ijoughran. D. E. Sloane, Mrs. D. E. Sloane, D. P. Smel ser, Flanders; J. E. Moorehead. Latham; E. Paulson, O. W. Schoen, Brrslln. Trade Representatives ? Dodek Clothes and Furniture Co., H. Dodek. furniture, women's cloaks, suits, furnishing goods, men's clothing, fur nishing goods and hats, Herald Square; S. Kann Sons and Company. Mist S. Boxer, ribbons and veilings, T. F. Finnin, jewelry, toilet goods, no tions, leather goods, 433 Fourth avenue; Woodward and Lotrop, Miss B. Hart, muslin underwear, 334 Fourth avenue; Pettitt and Company, D. J. Grinsfelder, men's, women's and chil dren's clothing, York. ? BUY BONDS MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. William A. Oookaaa, S7. of Washington, and Mrs. Ethel B. Paxton, of Ritcrdale, Aid. Kef. Henry T. Cousins. Thomas Homer Moore. 14, Washington, and Daisy May Pointer, ?, Detroit, Mich. Bet. J. Phelpa Hand. Hiller A. (laifr, 30. and Mnbel O.-Golt. ?. both of Washington. Rer. Prank H. Biachoff. Arthur 0. Whitney. ZT. of Washington, anrt Nina D. Rockefeller, 25, of Roswel], N. M. He*. TPus E. Davis. S. Wallace Bor, 31. and Mildrrd Ernst, 'J both of Washington. Iter. T. K. Davis. Vinton E. Payne. 47. and Marguerite Paviie. 36. both of Marshall, Vs. Rer. George Popkins. W. W. Hoi"". 3>. Mary Estelle Broad inc. Z\ boU? of Richmond, Vs. Bet. Preston A. Core. William W. Tajman. fct. and Mrs. Alma B. Mtokell, P. both of Duley, Md. Rev. Charles A. Hbrcve. Clarence D. Kniglit, 21. and Louise Presentt Latrnder. 23. both of Baltimore, Md. Ret. Howard F, Downs Mariano A. Erana, 23. aad Edric C. Ely. 22. both of Washington. Rev. Ceorge F. Dudley. COLORED. Tilflnsan Dore. 53, and Oora Mathew*. 40. both of Scotland. Md. R?v. Jama* K. Rol#>it!?. Clifton Joseph Fairfax, 21, and Virginia Ellis. Y9, both of Washington. Re*. Flrank Washington. Louis W. Fletcher, *43, and -Rebecca Jenkins, 35. both of Washington. Rer. Oeorge H. Harri" Godfrey W. Berry, 27, and Irene Booker, 20. both of Baltimore. Md. Rer. W. Westray. Sam Robinson, 21. and Eaeu- 8. Anderson, 21, brth of Louise, Va. Re*. W. Westray. Richard A Jackson. 28. of Washington, and Sadie B* Willis, 23, of Alexaudria, Va. ReT. John B. Burka BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. I n?? t ?4 Mntht a. Bmirit. ?w. 1Vt,?on? g., Jr.. m4 jtttk T., Reter. girt. <*harl? H. and Katharine O. McCartb}, girL John y. an4 Maitka H. MUioo. gfeL. 1 Frank If. stfd Mary K. Lanhsm, #it Jom J. and Mary H. Mr, a**. Wijttas J * Potro Joan 4. ana Jtary m. worn, gux William T. and Amm J. Doris. bof. ?nd HM Dm mo. tar. Jamas O. and Lillian dark. girl. John R and Ei.^hrth 1. BucUay. boy. COLORED. Hacry 7. and Hattto Howard, boy. Darts L. and Marj Oborar, girt. BUY BOND# gEATH RECORD. N) WHITS. Lonla ft. Skasa fl yeaia, Ml Madison *JK<t northwest. ^ Jamas X. Kewkli*. 0 jears, 1140 MoHh Cap iUl atrart. Sophia liutlon, 71 yeart, Blua Plaina. Edward H. Hawlay. ft yrar* UM B aouthwest Mary Cabin, (4 yaars, 70 I ptraat northwest Clara Sard*, M yaa?% 213 Flrat atraat north waat Curtis Chunaan, IT yaara, Waahiniton Ajelum ?meat w. Dvaka, it yaara, 1MI Poor Half stra* northwest Danirl <>'<'. OsUagbmn. 79 yeas* U 1 street northwsat Alma K. Mangua. B yam* Tuberculous Hoapita). Thomas Betta, ft year*. 704 A street southeast I Kieran T. Bafftry. 3 xara, TV Quincy street t COU)BEO. Eugene J. Lane, 12 ye^s, B?b Ha* street! southwest. Katharine northwest. | Qivtcs Wool ford, 41 yeaia, Preedman's Hoa-1 piUL . Edward Andemon, 40 years, Tweuty^igbth and | -M streets north wast. Cecilia .Morris. If da>a. ? Third street] northwest. DIED. A DAMS?Suddenly, on Monday, April 2?. 1018, at 10:40 p. m.. at Camp .McClellan, Annlston, Ala.. Priv ate EARLB ADAMS, aged 17 yaara, 716 G street aouthweat, be . lowed eon of Robert F. and Emma M. Adama. Funeral from hla parents' reaidence. 716 G street southwest. today at 1:30 p. m. Relatives -and friends Invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. ARCHER?Departed this life Tues day. April 23, 1918. at his residence, 1226 Duncan street northeast, WILLIAM ARCHER. He leaves a wife, one brother, one sister and many other relatives. Funeral today from Peace Bap tist Church, on street between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets northeast, at 1:30 p. m. Rev. N. T. Moore will officiate. Inter ment at Payne's Cemetery. , BAILEY?On Wednesday, April 24. 1918. at 5 o'clock p. m.. ISAAC G. . BAILEY, aged Z7 years, 523 Florida avenue northwest. Services will be held at 1 o'clock' today at- the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 322 T street northwest. The family will then leave with the remains at 4 for Dermont, Ark., the home of his parents. BETTS-THOMAS. aged S?. Burial services at Rock Creek Cemetery, Friday morning. Arril 26, at 11 o'clock. BIG LEY?On Wednesday. April 54. 1918, at 12 noon, at his residence. 727 Quincy street northwest, KIFRAN T. BJOl.EV, aged 1 years and 10 months. Funeral Irom the family residence j today at 10 o'clock. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Phil adelphia papers please copy.) BOSS?Departed this life Monday. April 22, 1918, at 9:30 p. ro.. at Boulder. Col.. JAMKS G. BOSS, beloved husband of Elisabeth H. Stanley Boss, formerly of Laurel. Md., in his 36th year. CHRISM AN?On Thursday. April 25. 1918, CI'RTIS A. ('HR1SM A*N, in the 56th year of his ape. Funeral from the funeral parlor of P. A. Taltavull, 443 Seventh street southwest, today at 3:30 p. m. In terment (private) at Prospect Hill Cemetery. CLARK?Suddenly, on Tuesday. April I 23. 191#, at 1<?:4" p. in.. MAR GARET S. CLARK, widow of James M. Clark, aged M years. Services at hor late residence. 817 East Capitol street, at 8 p. m. . today. Friends invited. inter-] ment at South River. N. J. CRAIG?Suddenly, at 4 p. m.. on Wed nesday. April 24. 1918. ANNIE F.. widow of David P. Craig, in the j 82d year of her age. Beloved mother of Mrs. C. R. Bradbury. Mrs. Elmer E. Curry and Mrs. Agnes C. Ramsey. Funeral service 2 p. m. Saturday, April 27, 1918, at her late residence. 1843 l?amont street northwest. Friends Invited. Interment pri vate at Arlington. DADE?On Tuesday, April 23. 191S, at 10:30 p. m., st her residence. 19 Fourth street northeast. CARRIE K. DADE, beloved wife of John F. Dade, sister of Rosa B. Fields, of New York, and cousin of Sarah E. White and Carrie B. Davis. Funeral Sunday, April 28, at 2 o'clock, from Ebenezer M. K. Church, Fourth and D streets southeast. Rev. W. H. Dean. DRAKE?On Wednesday. April 24. 1918, at 6:45 a. m.. ERNEST W., beloved son of Gerahom and the late Elizabeth Drake, aged 32 years. Funeral from his late residence. 1256 Four-and-a-half street southwest, today at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Inter ment at Glenwood emetery. GATCHELL?On Thursday. April 25, 1918. ELIZA J GATCHELL, aged 95 years, mother of Mrs. Carrie Hartwcll. Mr. E. P. Clayton and Moses Gatchell. Fuieral services today at 3 p. m.. from her daughter's residence. 123* C street northeast. Interment at Blackston. Mess. IIEWES?On Wednesday. April 24. j 1918. at 10 90 p. m.. JAMES A. I HEWES. beloved husband of Alice j M. Hewea (nee Martin.) Funeral from his late residence. 518 j Sixth street southeast. Sunday, j April 2tf, at 2 p. m. Relatives and 1 friends invited to attend. JACKSON?On Wednesday, April 24. 1918, at his residence, 3912 New Hampshire avenue northwest JAMES H., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. GQbcrt I. Jackson, aged one year and six months. Funeral from the above address to day at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. In terment at Glenwood Cemetery, 0 MANGUM?On Thursday. April 25, 1911. at 7 a. m., ALMA KIRBY. daughter of John* R.. and the late Ella R. Risdon. of Riverdale, Md. Funeral from the residence of Mrs. M. T. Norton, 217 R street north west, Saturday, April 27, at 10, o'clock. Interment at Forest Glen., Funeral private. NETjSON?On Wednesday. April 24. | 191S, at R p. m., at Providence Uof-i pital, of pneumonia, OLIVER R. NELSON, eon of the late Charles E. and Rebecca J. Nelson. Funeral services at the residence ofi his aiater. 504 Slxtn street south east, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Friends and relatives invited to attend. Interment private. Kindly, omit! flowers. SKEES?On Wednesday. April 24. 1918.' at 3 p. m., LOCTS G. SKEES, foster son of William and Mattic Montaqrue. at their residence. 926 Madison street, Bright wood, D. C. Funeral tomorrow at 9 a. m.. from the Church of the Nativity, Friends are invited to attend. In terment at St. Paul's Cemetery, Alexandria. Va. SONNEBORN-On Wednesday. April 24, 1918, at his residence. 1126 Park road northwest, LOUIS SONNE BORN, beloved husband of Esther Rubensteln Sonneborn. Funeral services at his late resi dence today at 8 a. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. In terment (private) at Baltimore, Md. WELBORNE--/)n Tuesday* April 23. 1918. LKE ftOWLES WELBORNE, aged 5 years, son of Mr. W. S. Welborne. Bladonsburg, Md. Funeral from hla late residence to day^ at 1 p. m. Hil, f REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? Police Dinrtau* kUi. M* Pin DaMftent. .Mah MM DtputMil of Justice Mn M U. S. S&rtt Stnke (might) fihril. 33M U. S. Sacral Same* (fcjr)..... Mate MM U. S. Mankal Hu 2SM FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH OAWLER'8 SONS jr. W1Z-M13 wnrssss? ?. r.? W. W. CHAMBERS CO. Dm ji?Mk Ssretee ?wH'teely FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEOTClHitfFER SV^. EIPKtHITI n/JtAL EMBLEMS Phow M. It MODERATE PHCd. MS-1MI. Prompt a?d CinM Aoto PolhsP Appropriate fibril T?ke?. Artk*J?-??prMd??-<otp?iw. Cade Bro*. Co, 1214 F Street HELP WANTED?MALL WANTED A PRESS Ett immediately; beet nn K. tkndleb. Ill U ?. n? a pant EISVIfSB CO..oi*CCT0B'S~ HELPERS. ?um tSM per day, i houi*. Applr Boom 8B4. REAL BHTATE TRCST BUILDING. Mth k. H i*4. r?r f"'r ? ?. ^ M?*oupd building; good rtaady po*Uoo for ?? tilTmM. Apply BUB BOW 8 ADUNO MA CHINE CO.. 81* Mil ?- ?* BOYS TO i-iBRY HERALD. APPLY AT lasanent of UL'SBN CAFE. Ili 1 ? ? l tpS^tf WANTED?EXPERIENCED PHO to finisher; good salary and per manent position. M. A. LEESE, 614 Ninth ?t. nw. ap26-3t ~COLORED boy or man. HAYWORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE. ?9 1 ?f#lt WANTED-PAINTER AT ONCE; good salary and working condi tions. Apply immediately at DEWEY HOTEL. 1330 L st. nw. ap26-2t WANTED-CONDUCTORS AND motormen; wages 30 cents per hftur for first year up to 35 cents per hour at end of fourth year: credit given former trainmen for previous |service with us; age 19 to 50 years; permanent employment to men of good character. Apply 2 p. m. THE CAPITAL TRACTION CO.. 36?h & M sts. nw.. Washington, D. C. COLORED CHAUFFERS AND HEITKRS I nun ?bow draft afc Purred ?J**?*" nrnt pmwtimi: ?Doi m1>q. HLB " TT BB CO-. TtA * l> *?. M>? * [ for ? grocery tomatm; r"""'.* ! nMiet o tne ?*U rrcomn?<iided. C?ll ?t ?* ? ^ see. nw. Wel" MEN FOR DELIVERY ROOM AND E1.E\ A tar. A pel. MR. SERGERNEE. Tnlir.?! Laundry. Cor. ?th A C ?>?? nw. ep3 "?* THOROUGHLY experienced FIRM tttre repair inrn It ouUt4e ????*: iwraawnt ,x?3?TVo..l ?Ui. HUB FURNlTl HE Co fib * U 1,<M * WANTED?MIDDLE AGED MEN for drivers; good salary to start; rapid promotion if capable. Apply TIMEKEEPER, Adams Express Company, 2<f & I st. ne. ap21 -tf WAMED^CLERKS; GOOD SAL ary and permanent positions; also sheet writers by the hour; guarantee three hours work each day. Apply TIMEKEEPER, Adams Express Company. ap21-tf PLUMBERS A ND HELPERS. BEST u.je*. Ills ltth ?t. nw. 'H*1 1 I B0?~WANTED?OSfE WITH I ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for wide-awake boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. to FOREMAN, Herald office. tf WANTED - BOY TO SERVE MORNING Herald; Ji: per month. Arply H. BOSTON SMITH. 803 C et- aw. mh?tt BOYS WANTED TO SELL THE MOR.NI.NU | I Herald. Apply Sir. Tfcieret, B? C street i southeast. mhtt-tt WANTED?WO laborers FOlf W AND fl , hoar shirts ?t JS cents per hour tor els'it hours: tiros snd one-half for orertime. ray MOND CONCRETE PILE CO.. Hth and B sts. nw. ?>*?_ BOYS WANTED. WHO LIVE IN ( the northeast, to sell The Herald. ] Apply at 1018 K st. ne. mh28-tf I WANTED?WAREHOUSE TBOOI E R B white or colored; S3.M rer day. Apply Time I keeper. ADAMS EX TRESS CO.. M at*) | HELP WANTED?FEMALE. COLORED WOMAN BETWEEN S and ? tor cooking and general housework in family of two In fourroom apartment. Must be pol j.laiu cook and* come well leeommended. tieod wanes to reliable person. Apply between i an 1 8 ?. in. APARTMENT S. IMS ISth st. mr. ep3fr"t WOMAN~OR GIRL FOR <;KNtlfAl7HOI ~K work and plain eookin*. Maeomb St.. ISerdand Park. Telephone Oxland 1236. ?iflSH silver- Woman wanted at onoe colored. An>l> immediately DEWEY HOTEL. 1330 L at. ep?a waS?ed-a Ml DDI.F A??d"&iIoiied woman to cook ai'd aAeist in down sUlr* work In a priest# family, no washim. S2M lJthw. tfw. BEFIN'lfo YOPNti l7\TlY TO ^AIT ON customers; ? to aUrt Apple o?ioe tol MAN LAUNDRY. Cor. Cth A C sU nw. . ap? ? WXJtTED-T.IRl. Ptllt lit-VEUAL j work. Apply 1WS Chnreh st. nw. ap*-tf WA!?TE?-A WrtlTE WOMAN WHO IN deistsnds short order work; first class rate. ,ood i*lar?. Cell ALEX l?>. apM tf FTffEEN"ACTtVE WOMEN TO WORK IN rrintinz office. HAYWORTH Pt HUSHINO HOUSK, OS O st. nw. sp?lt Wa^trd iWhaiand tw/S manictieeei perman->,t toettton. ?OX tj ?enld. 'I44* HELP WANTED?FEMALE. YOUNG WOMEN WANTED STUDENTS FOR OUR TELEPHONE OPERATORS* TRAINING COURSE We desire to secure at the present time a number "of young women between 18 and 25 years of age to learn telephone operating in our training department course. No previous knowledge of operating is necessary for admittance to these courses, and no fee is charged for in struction. On the contrary, a salary is paid while learn ing. At the end of four weeks the salary is increased and the student operator becomes a junior operator in one of our telephone central offices near her home, where she works under the best sur roundings and where every provision is made for her health and happiness. Here is an opportunity to learn an attractive profession and to work in a clean, well ventilated central office, hav ing cozy sitting rooms and modern dining-rooms, and at ihe same time receive good salary, good chances for ad vancement, according to abil ity, and be protected by a liberal benefit plan. If you would like to be come a telephone operator, apply between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m at THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY Room 308 Homer Building 13th bet. F & G Sts. N. W. HELP WANTED?Male & Female CI.KRK WANTED IX Ml <1C STORE. SEE Mlt- ROBINSON. IKH (i u p?. W^TKIk-A FlgsT CLASS C L BTTST wbiU\ mate or f<-ir.al<> for a fir* claw cafe: atOlt FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. FOl'R COMBINATION BU) AND LTVi.v; rexma. newly furnished. ricrpting bed cloth ine on 14th at.. L at and Tb-*na? circle. lairgr. light and airv location. uti tune and carfare. Win refumiab for light housekeeping Aj<pl? llg nth at. mm. apll-?l WANTED?ROOMS. rHHKl-TO-TTVK HCHIMS. L. U. K. THRtfK adults. re*i?n<rft>l?- r-idmU; | rrtcr unfur nished in nw.; fcfi for information eai'aM" apartment. BOX ?74 or CoL SkJ Hrrald of rcr a.! 4! FOR RENT?STORES. W>R RENT?FINE SToIt ~ TlNE HfcoP erty; fin* oiaaa location for a country at or located at x>wcgo, Va. For full i?rticul^rN CPPIX to E. P. WASHINGTON. Catlett. Va., FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.^ FOR SALE -6 ROOM COTTAOK UN TWO aen*: near rar Kne: 15 miauls by ai*o from Treasury. cardan. aarxjrc, poultry homn. etr. I'bone R"&dya IC C. J. C. BVAHS. Arlington. ap.? it REAL ESTATE CABIN JOHN PARK. ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOMES. J 8. TOMLINMjN. Ki BO. BLDG. U. T44S Si* near ho-.?t and bongalowa ready for in speciion. II.*0 to C.8BP. Easy terms. Careful Investments Of money in First Deeds of Treat (First JUort gagea) on Washington, l>. C. Real Eatste si ? ays give the full tntereat promised and tbe return of all the principle doe. regsrdlo* ot the varying incomes and rahiea of ether securi ties. We bsve been successfully rngsced in making these investments for our clients for mors than a quarter of a century Invert mentm $250. $300 to $10 08. at 5. SH, and ? per cent now ready for delivery. Large lavestm r-t. made. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., Southern Buildiat- M)7 15th St. LOST. LOST A SOUND, liOLD BREASTPIN. csmeo set; between 1st se. * War Kisk BiuM ing. Rcwsrd if returned to 70? Port lard st. Congress Hnclita ajft-A FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. SMALL MARE In foal. MM jm aM eolt; runabout, satrcy and haraeas; one family sarre?; three delivery wagon*. CENTRAL AUTO AND WAGON WORKS Rear 143 Eye at. aw apH KK naoe and atore. $11 per cord. $4.50 per \k card: also split kindling wood in any Quantity. Call Lincoln ?31 for prompt delivery. mcb< tf WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED?mSBkRN OXK AND U AHiKi any furniture and clean book*. K. HE.\>LK*. 1314 N. T. ave. Main T?. ai?-STt BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. wiroow irRKtim axd sraohi. WINDOW SHADES MAD* SO UHD&. B?t Or>4TC win. Rolkn. J. ?. PBC1NKEBT. WHAR FkoM L. ?K tU WANTED TO mn. books 2T 22" ?1 ruuun boor ST ??? MONET TO LOAN. now to L04X ox approved cm ??1 ? I?t !?!?? ate ? I ttlejTa ^?3ni?!taI!iB otk'JVa *>wr TO U)Afl~? fu H.M OH STI *"* uomai * oo. AUTOMOBILES. ?cSiiirkE STANDARD MAKE -vamrnm tkes? te .? ? wjTjSS ?::::::?? SSB^z K fS ~ 3 " S its Smm US Nth H). N W. AUTO REPAIR!. BROKEN CAST BON And other mrlalj wrld<4 % n n? WELDIT 00,MI.J.mn. Un BO. W. MM Mi M*D upj ?? ? AWT (rrticr. ahi~*imr. Airt puH. AM* Mr Mil .Dd Mr nflul ? ML Panl? tad whil* m wmifc "*?B ROB ?OX MACRCI. RMAk ? FOR SALE?GARAGES. CBT A GARAGE TRAT WILL OTTLARr u? Or*M >? tlw Biiktt M ipemsnct. <m and prtc* V. T. H. BIEK. HUG A MOVING. PACKING, STORING. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF ETORAGR. Raona. B ?nd np. Mortal ud Pnku? UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. OI-tM ?l ?w. pkoM m. as And w?*'t aa. tt ? MITH-* THARIPm * ITUIAGI CO. Rtt ?? RiRkt I*. R. MS. W? fumlih tarn t? handle joqr mada. I'ACKERS of MOVING I tolPPIKU to an parts of the >tM. i? ITOB1GI (or fnltjtt, pnooa. and KRIEG'S EXPRESS. REFRIGERATORS, ICEBOXES. McCRAY REFRIGERATORS. tad r?*lta| Eiim Aft P????!>?. MeCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. We to id (to order) tad repair refnceratoie til r St N. W. rtlKKLIK UTL FURNITURE. CREDIT Furniture ckeo't HOP WOOD'S Popular Prtw r?r?|. "" "d M??? ?l?rr. Mb ? K m. PERSONALS. \?ORK1SGMXX-Tor MIGHT WtlL EAT. for your cwb benefit. that peril* pe we can art! new mats and ahoee for Um. C to * ire at tractive figure* and fleaae the himler and 'hat ? the right dope. Anyway w? can a?n for a dollar or tw* low?. JI *TH* OLD STaKD. D tpStt DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 TEARS NerTaua and Special Diaateea of Urn an* Women. *mb? Heallk to Tat If !??? buffer Prom Catarrh. Ohatity, Rbtumatiam, CaWipa tion, r.ka. Throat. Lone*. Braia. Heart. Biood and Skis Di?aaca. Kemwa DeWlitv. Kidoef Diweasea. fodder Trouble, been fie Blood I'm ?ar.int. Eruption*. L'lccta. and AU Prtrate Dia eams Cuaed for Life by Safe Mrtboda Ckir|M Low. Medicine Fnrnisbed. CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Koem for l.ailra Office Hour*. I* to 1. 3 to C. Sunday*. H> to ^ SPECIAL NOTICE. PBUMUSA, apiiil ?r m-THB annual meet in; of the atorkhuldrra of the I.ai^ton Mirtiltw Company will fa hold at the Elka Home, comer I Vine* and ftoe al atreet*. Alexandria, Va.. at 12 o'clock no ?n, on Tht'.rhday. tlte 2nd day of Hay. Itls. for in* pnrpaae of el act in* a Board of Directora to a^rre for the enautr.; year and tranaactmx auch ctJter buaiaas a* may pror*rly cune be! re U Ttaaafir iooke will be clotod on Airil 22urt at j 4 o'clock p m . and a1U i* reopen#^ on i May 7th at W o'clock a. m Rt order of the I'oard of Directora. W. ARTHI'R IELLXA? I Saartary. apK ll> ?S?4 *> T mad OFFICE OP THE (lOICMIS8IOSKR8. D. C.. WacliiBfftao. D- C.. April Mi, 1911. hcaVd rropo*a'is will be reeeired at thi* ffflc* until 2 o'clock r* m.. Tuteday, April 3P. IWS. tn? arriving lurht tar to the aurfare of rne<l?ra.v? in tlw District of Cohimbia. Sj<eriflcatiofia, blank forma of iropoaal and any other aecra sary information may be oMainad from the Thief Clerk. Kocinetr Department. Room CT. District Ruildiog. Uaal;inffton, D. C. LOI 1"* BROmXLOW. JOHN ?. D KMOHT. W. iiWYXN GARDINEK, CoaomiaaioMra. D C. av?? DINE AT THE DKWET HnTKU hl'f''!AL table df hote. Dinner* ?W to B3W; mu?r. PltANK P FRX'WICK. *10 H , _ PROPOSALS. PROPO-AIAS POR KBTAIMVG HALL t?(Tlc* Public B-AiVltnca and < ?rr.iade Wa^H inston. D. ('. Seah.1 pmpnaeU will He ro orieed lieaa until 2 pm. I. I*!*, and th n oprned for f imiabinc material* ait^ laVw and coaatriiciuijr rrtnimna nail a' 1 eutran-w or , weet aide Meridian Rill Park Ftmb^r la format inn on ari?U<ntt< >n. InFSrToFTHC ^inMissioV^R*- n. r~ I WAiliinirtnn. D. O.. April B, W taM j pmprwala will be ret ila?i at tMa offira, R- m SOP iHstri.t RitiMiuc. until 2 a'rloek. p m . May 7, ltli?, for f"mtahtaf aad deluerint ?na T-taawM'iiCvr automobile for iter in the Kira ' Dr|artm-n* Form of propoml and eperi^n ticeia mar be ??ttainad unoa apphratioa to ihm i l?nrrliai*inc OtMW. D. C.. Boon SS? DtaUvl ' Ruildinc l/lll* BBOWKLo^ JOHS O. D. KKIOHT. >v. (iWYNN GARDINER, ('emme D. C. THE HERALD AUTO DIRECTORY. _ ELECTRIC CARS. BAKRR-NACCB-LARO? BARTTUM ELECTRIC O/.RAOm. lt?4-M N. E at*. tlOT-11 M ??. PhODM W?a? GASOLINE CARS. MAT WEI.L? So rtvtmui ?L^hoo? n. Worth ??!?. (AKRK* dl BUB*? , Home-Hunters Are More Interested in Their Quest Right Now Than Ever Before. Advertise Your Property.