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Q. M. C. TRIBE Capt. Harris' 320th Infan try Men Play Good Ball at Park. Urti Cat???la Jo? Harria and hi? ?th Infantry baaeball team had ao trou ble la tTAtfeating the tjtaai^rinaater Corpa team of Fart Myer by th? on? aaided ?cor? ot 14 to L Harria came bare with a major league ball club, aa (our of hla team mate? were either In the National or American League and hi? three hurl era were the whole works. Davi?, the ?Hr?t man to do mound duty, worked flva Inning? and allowed one hit and ?at tan down altar tanning tha air. Ha waa followed oa th? mound by Rodkey, of Brooklyn, who waa on tha flrlng line for three Inning?, not yielding a bit. and waa never In dancer of being ?cored upon, aa not a man reached th? Initial aack. Rod key waa followed by Miljo?. auaao of the Brooklyn National League Club, who had bean pasturing In canter Held during the ?arty ata??? of th? gam?. When he ascended the mound In tbe final Inning ha allowed one hit. aad paaatd a man. but thla Individual never saw tha midway ?station. Speaker Cham ? CUrk ipe.ted the carne by throwing out the ball to Urn pare Natia. Qoldberg opened th? ?atta?? for the Quartermasters with a ?cratch Adas'?, took ?second on in out ?ad ?cored while Harri? w?? fielding oat Peony TMa ?tt the only time a man of the Qu?rterm?ster Corpa aaw the far corner, aa In tha other inning? they were retired In one-two three order. In tha Infantrymen'? half of the Drat. Semen? ?angled but w?s forced ?t aeoood by Emmery. Young forced Emmery at second, hut he atole a minute later. Harris wa? given a baa?? on balls, as he looked dangerous. Toung and Harris worked the double ?teal and both acorad on Lloyd'? trini? to the ?core board. Tha visitors scored on? or more run? la the second, third, fourth and fifth. Brunnett? held the Soldier? ?at? la the ?i: th. but In th? ?eventh on two hit? one more tally waa put over the v?ate. After one man was down Emmery waa given a life at flrat. Toung fouled out to O'Day. Harris doubled to fight, but was ? aught between third and home, when ha tried to -stretch hi? hit. which allowed Emmery to ?cor? with the laut tally for the game. The Infantrymen allowed ?ome fait fielding and hit the ball to all cor nera of the lot. Toung. at abort mad? the fielding feature play of the game when he took a throk from Stanley with bla gloved hand to catch Knock ateallng. which got him a lot of applause. The ?core: t? Ira/. AB H O A ? Q. G. AB ? ? A E Semma.rt. 5 ? ? ? ?Ooldlsert.lf. A i 1 1 ? ?vaster?.? . 11?: ?iMe.lb.. A ? 3 I J Tottaatjt*. . ( ? ] 2 1 I-?nv.3b... ? ? ? 1 ? Harri?.:? . 1.1?? 0 Hanlsrr rf . 4 ? 1 ? I Uovd.lf . SS*? A And'sOB.rf. 1 ? ? 1 4 Andata*.:*?. } t ? 1 atOUl.?... J ? S 3 I Kam.2b.... 3 ? ? 1 ? Hnrr-n. ??.. ? ? 3 A ? aA?joacfp. lili VEnor...? . . * ? t 2 0 s*.aJo.c.. 3 2*3 A?Brune?tt?.? : ? 3 "> ? n??ts.p . UBI? - Rodkey.p.. : 1 ? ? (? Total?... a 1 M 1? ? ?Leetlrr... ?????! Turala . a 11 S ? li 'Batted for Deva? in fifth -score by inningf ?aHh lafsnlrr . 31 *k? IT-li i?.i?rtv:mait;r Corps .100 Of* fata- I ?tuaeaerr: Rutta-Seaaao?. .: Enaararry. 3: Y'.unf. 3; Harrt*. 2; Lloyd, Milice. 2; stanle?. I; LoeffWr. (aoMbrrt. l-ett ora bea??-*3IMa In ssatT?, 5; Qusatermaster ror;? 3. First bee? on raalat?Off Brutaaarttt. T. Vf ftodkey. 1. In ? >nae r?tcnasr]?-Br Dati?. 3 ray Rodbey. 3: by Mil;.?.. 1 Hit? made-riff Daria. 1: off Miljo.. 1. strtack nut-By Davis, 1?; by aaortvkcv. I: ass Uilir?, I. Thereto*, hit?? LioTd. 1 T> r>a*- lilta? Hams. Itati?. ?Solen lis*?*?*? Msansiii Hear???/. Young. 3: Harria. A; Lloyd. Mils?*. ? vanir ? Hit br pitcher?Br Brunnetts. J. Wilil ritcraea-Devia, Bodhey. Pasead bells si.vuls.?. Eaaca-k. 3. Umeiras-Navai ?nd Pisano Tm? of sam? 2 hour?. Tetbnical Captare? Honor?. In ? dual track meet yeatcrda." Technical captured the points ovar Western by 79 to 37. Technical wa? nut In front all the way as it.? ?lash -nd hurdle men were far in advance of those used by Western. Summaries) dual trarli meet. Hundred ani t-ent\-yard high hurdles ?V*a?ryn, Western, first ; Locbler. Tech, eecon.l. Hi-udrfd-rard daau-B ('arpenter. Tech. ?rst. ateyasre. Western, second: Wight. Western, third. four hundred ?nd forty-ysrd ran?McNsmar* Tech., Hast: Hough. Tech.. ses-ood. Daatdsca Western, third. Hop ?veti aad tump-H Carpenter. Tech, ?rat; Groas? Tech.. escorad. Nordlinser West fro. third. Running brrjed jump? B. Carpenter. Tech.. first AaroraABAt, Teck., second; H. Carpenti. Tech.. third. alia* nuA-Oroa*. Tech.. firat ; Hepllugrr. Weetern. second; Vogel. Tech , third. Two huridred ?rad t?s*nty-y*rd low hurdle H. ?'arpenter. Tecfi tant: Scar?:der. Tech.. ?eeond: Greve?. Wester?, third. Two hitatdred and twenty y?rd daeri-F Tar paater. Trek-, ?ret: M-ver?, Western, second Davidson, Weatern, third. Eight hundred ?nd eighty-yard ran?Clark. Tech.. ?ret; Heavy. Western, sacond; Blackl atone. Tech.. third. 1**?*? vault?Aaroneoe, Teck, ftrat; Potrei!, Weatern. second; Romeyn, West.rn. third shot put-OUrk. Tech.. first: ?>o*rick. West em ?easond: Gur*vich. Tech., third. Jat-lin? GtaTevkh. Tech.. first: Rovneyn Weatern. second: Meyrrs. Weatern. third. High -ump- Bnsl-v, Terb , Hont, Weatern ?rst nei! ; Aftrotaavsn. Tech. third. St AtaWg Takt? Gum. St. Jamea School w*? defeated to Atav on Saterlee Field by St. Alban?. M to ?. Sexsmith did the box work for St. Albana and Long for St. James. The ?t. Albana boys knocked six runs off Long in the fifth. Score: ?r. A. AB H O A Kl St. J. AB ? ? A ? Beano? Jb. 5 3 11 BS.wlsaea.3b ?3X13 Yeaanc.lf... ? : ? ? ?iHit?rt?rsn.c S 1 ? 1 1 r-arxseaitri.p 3 14 1 l|*.ong.r. S I 3 t ? tshford.aa. 2 1 3 ( ? Markrav.'.h.. 5 5 A ? 0 Hasl.lb.. 3 ? 7 : ;;(iritTitk.cf.. 5 11?? Abo. aer 7? ?1*1 : Ednaondalf lit?? tBIea-eon.c. i 1 11 ? ? Knigtit.s? . 4 1*1* ChiMree-tef 3 ? ? 1 ?l'ott*.tb.... 4*3!? fee.rf. X ? ? ? -ICtKtoa.rf... 3 ? ? ? ? ATntlto.rf.... ? I ? ? li - -1 Tot.a? .. at ? 2* I A Totali... JA StS 11 t? Scere ht Itakit? at. Alta??? . .*??*?11?-1? ??. Jame? .IM 1? *8?- * luminary: Rime?Daavaaaat. Tous?. ?: Se-uroaita. D Asbtord. He; I. Saoerneker. ChiUreat, Ne? saan. I; Rerawtaon. 3: atarte?. Knight. Pott?. Canton. Left oa Meae-St. Alban?, ?; St. Jana?. A Pant trai?? ?a balle-Off Sea.miUi. t: OS Unrig. ?. Innlns? pitrfied-By Snsnaitb. ?; by Loag. ?. Struck oirt-By Sersnith. G. by Umm, 1. Taro-baee hit?-Toun?. SeiamiUi. Elleno?. S'eaeman. Long. Sacrrtlce hits-St. Albera?. 3: St. J.nae?. 1. Umpire-Mr. *f*rarbae. Time of ssuaae 3 hour?. WalUc? Geh Hifk Scort. In the last block of the pocket bil icarti match at the Grand Central parlors Walter Wallace won from ?darks by STi to 390. This wats tta exciting game and tt waa not until tha laat night that the winner waa aaaured, aa the ?core waa ciotte all the time. Neat week Wallace playa Dyer IS pointa on Monday. Tuaaday and Wednesday, or a total of 37S pointa for the three nights. Keep Posted on the Battles Being Fought On the Western Front The Sammies are in the thick of the fight. Do you know where ? Every move made is easily distinguishable in The Herald's UP-TO-DATE WAR MAPS. Get One and Be Able to "War Talk" BOXERS HELP YOUNG CHANEY Andy Has Williams and Frush Putting Him in Condition. [ Baltimore. Md.. May 4-With George Chancy. Kid William? and Danny Fruah all on hand and I lull.ing. -fount Chancy found himself will cared for in the way ot aparring partnera yeaterday in working out for hla ten-round no-decision bout with Champion Pete Herman next Wednes day night at th? Lyric before the American Athletic At?ociation. George Chaney. tha boy for whom Andy went when he ?ought a ring nickname, and Kid William? furni?hed Herman's coming opponent with the re ugh work, while Danny Frush wss on hand for the fancy business in th" gym. It did not require a brick house to tumble on Andy to realize from ih< Jump what a great chance he had in meeting the New Orlean? title-holder and he ha? set about his work with the same snap and dash that ha? characterized all of hi? recent match?? in the squared eta--le. Al though no decision will be given, Andy U fully aware of the fact tl?t it ho ?how? to advantage over Herman, there will be more work for him than ever, both in his home town and out or the city. That the cut over his left ?ye which he suststned in the bout with Joe Burman recently, i? not causing him any worry ?ras evidenced by the | manner In which he went about hla ? work yeaterday. While this eye ha* ' not entirely healed. Andy ha? no fear ' of It? not ?seing entirely O, K. on i Wednesday. He has it heavily plas tered now, but roughed It with all of ! hi? partners yeaterday. Th? ?eight, ' which will oe 1? pound? ringside, 1? . easy for him, and he ?hould be good j ?id strong when he ?top? betwen the ! rope?. Manager rsletxer ha? completed hi? , entire card for the night. In addition ' to the main event there will be three 1 other ten-rounders. Mike traine, ine well-known fighting policeman, of Washington, is on the bills to face I Jack Andrnwa, of Baltimore. Alile Ma.k, who haa been a consisten?. I winner of late, will tackle Young Gll . ley. who haa been ?howing his old ? tune form in recent bout?. The other ? ten on the card will bring into action '. Mickey Dougherty, of Baltimore, and Mickey Hogan. of Kensington, near rhlladclphls. Dougherty ha? made a I great hit nere lately and hi? last win over Battling Murray, of Philadel phia, wa? no mean performance, by any mean?. Jack Barrys Team Wins. r-ambriuge. Mass.. May 4.?Jack Barry and hi? associate? of the Red I Sox and Braves, playing their flrst I game a? member? of the Boston i Navy Yard team defeated Harvard today, l.'-to-o. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE Jveei? R. Williams. SS, and Ant rette it. Ataos?, -, both nt til? city. Ber. Titus - Daiw. tut?tt f*ib?m Terril!. 33. Orense. Va , and Ruth Stanford Mar. X. Rirhmnnri. Va. Ker. Host, rd T. Do*??? Will,un J. Rama?, _. and Mae Lobo. a?. boti! of Chiciao. IH. Res. Klebard Schmidt. Jara?? M. Oat. _ and Mary Jane 8?yder. ? both of .tic?, .?. ?. Re?. P. J. Martin. iVrt? S*???MHMk?r. DeBmct, N. T., and Wilma KaatDcr, ?, Washington. Rer. P. A. Menzel. Willi? E. MeXillT. ? Pot-town. P?., ami Mary F. l'reixhton. n, Washington. Rer. (leorge B. Miller. I?on lleorge lis ?is. _. New Tork Oit", and Munie Loot? Piran, 14, Washington. Ker. Jo_ SX Brifjts. Pani B. Tborr.rvs SS. Cam den. N. J., aad Edith M. (irlffin. _, West rbuadelphia. S_ Rer. T. ? Daais. Alban Leon Brandt. M. U? I?nom attest northwest, citr. and t'barlotte C. r?jtb, 24. Brooklyn. N. T. St?.. John H Jeffries. Anriet Steflenaon, T.. Washington, and Ma ria Ella? (lemon?, -, Bacine. Wia. Rer. C. R. Stetarm. COLOB-O. Syd?y Jara?. 3?. *rrankl? County. Va., and Ida ("hamben. tt. Alberili?, X. c. Rer W. 8. Jackson. Almando HeTideraon. M. and rilad?? May Dicker??, 14. both of Anaci?ia. Ber. Genre? H. Waat. Oiorge W. Bar, S3, and Mrs. Marta? J. Pend let?n. II, both ot this city. Rer. William D. Jin nee?- W. Dodao? 14. and Massi. I?-, IS, both of this citr. Rea. Dennia C Keerun. Ckrene? K. Girjtaa, IT. ?nd Msbel fatter, IT. both ot thi. citr. Rer. William A. Jnoaa. BIRTHS REPORTED. "?/HITE. r*rederick J. and Marion E. Foe!?, boy. Pend let?n ?. and Lister (i. Wood??, giri. Jacob ?ad Mari? Wirts, girl. I?rie? S. and Catherine A. Vemon. girl. Harlan ? ?ad Rarriet A. Traer, boy. Phillip and C.aUla Slatin, girl. lit?g? D. aad ? iaabrth Reere?. girl. Joseph L. tad Myrtle L. Rhodes, giti. Frai- and Charta? Q. Po?, boy. Josse? T. ?ad Mary A. O'Connor, ?tri Josa F. and Mary E. Niland, boy. -neat aad Starr M. Marone?, girl. Willard B. ?ad Beata M. Montan, girl 1-ooi? and Iren. Maanakoia. boy. Tmrothy J. ?ad Mary L. MrKinnin. ?tri. Nathaniel J. and EU?beth Kahn, (tri. Alexander and Say de Kopiin, girl Una. L, ?tad EHI* M. Johtuon. girl and ix? Jcwph W. ?sd Jean Hurl?-, stri. Clarence M and Litad? ?. H?aret. atri Herman aad Anna ftalmaa, btvy. Henry A. ?nd Anne L. Flahw, ?In. John If. end Edna E. raulconer. bog. llhotaat D. ?ad Musa* EL Wyatt. earl Edgar L aid Mary A. DeMrasaUnd. bo? Lavarne? W. ?ad Ireaet? L. Clark?, boy Horace H and ??*?!? O. Oatttt, girl. Richard T. aad Mtry A. Bennett, boy. Ltaalle L and Vergi? M. Rower? boy. Enivra J asad Boa. M. Briuoo. tiri. Robert ft ?ad Lillian M. Brown, boy. COLORED L limm W. and Lillian C Thoeaae. boy. ' ?"mil ?ni Mary E. Rlchirdatjn. girl. DEATH RECORD. DEATHS. ? ftawne N. Luber, Tt rama. ISA A street aorth tm Edward atora?, TI year?, G S. soldlAsV Borne Hospital. Jemima eapaaTtaeT. ?? t****. TB Tblrtaataath ?treet Atmtheaet. Joha W. Math?*??. 1? yawn, UM ? ??t?? ?aartheaat. Florence Pitto. ?J Tlart Ws?l?r*vton Aayltur. Henry O. Welker. M year*. Walter Reed Hospital. Btaa? A. Feotrr. ?3 yaus. Tb? Portland Apart Batta?? I M une D. satlery, ?0 teen, 1?70 Monroe street ? northwnt ? Rolen ?. Braaaw. fc jmra, tmonjeaej Hoe I itel. Alice B. I*?j?s?. 5? lean. 1413 Ninth northeast. I William A. (arai*-, 51 yean, IvatO Pennsylvania avenue entitheaat. Charles G. WatsheiV ? Ire???. 131 D atraat ?outheaet. Edward B. SmiUi. 1 year. Ill? ? ?outheaet. John 11 Sea: TI yeara St. Eataabetli'? Haarattal. (.-.Uierin. P. Fbtlis, It rari. 13*? Monrrv? staeet northweat. Harry ?let. ? yean. Girteld Hoapital. Gordon TV-aver. 3> years, Waltw Reed Hospital Henry Msrthsll. ? yon. St. Bhabaatha Hotapttal. Eleraor rindley, ! Booth. lOAS Ctaae!? Alley nr.rthweat. Gsorg? M. Hill. 1 11 day*. Girflatd HtatpiUI. COLORED Willism A. J season. M yean. Tat Morton street nortliwrat. (*h*rle* Brown. TI year?. Ill r street eouthwest. Errm* J. Harris. ?5 raen, 49 ITsanaeli court eouthweet. William W. Larvi?. 3> yean. Sfa TSeetaty-third atreet aaotthvvea?. Jsattea D. Rieharnaon, M, Washington AaTlrssa Hospital. Henrietta Pierce. S yean, ?at Rlrhardaoii street northwest. DIED. j CHARITY-Departed thl? life May S. 1918, at 10 p. m., at her residence, lanhtm, Md.. Mrs. IDA CHARITY. ! Kuneral services at Ebenezer M. ?. Church, Lanham, Tuesday. May 7, st 11 a. m. Relatives and friends Invited. ? ui.I.INS-On Friday. May 3, 1918. at 3 p. m., JOHN I'.v the beloved son of the late Patrick and Mary Col lins. Funeral from his sister's residence. Mrs. M. A. Douglas. 121 F street northwest. tomorrow at 8:30 I o'clock, thence to St. Aloysius Church, where requiem mass will be said at S a. rn. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatlvea and friend? invited to attend. I VOX-On Saturday. May 4. 1918, at Casualty Hospital, at 8:aft a. in.. Mrs. LUCY G. COX. widow of R. N. Cox. Kuneral services at Lee's Sons' ? hapel, 332 Pennsylvania avenue, at 3 p. m. tomorrow. Interment at Congressional Cemetery. ! CRAIG?On Friday, May 3. 191?. at his residence, 1030 Pennsylvania ave nue southeast. WILLIAM ?.. be loved husband of Julia S. Craig, funeral will be held from his late residence tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited to at tend. Interment In Congressional ( 'emetery. I?:I.I.ERY?Entered Into rest May 3, 1918. at 4:45 a. in . st her residence, ls?ft Monroe street northwest, MAT TIE D. ELLERY. widow of Albert S. Ellery. Funeral services 5:30 Tuesday. In terment private. I.VKRSON?On Friday, May 3. 1918. I at 9:30 a, tat,, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. \V. D. Skeen, 11? Adams street northwest, HI'L I ? M., widow of the late Rurton .1. Everson, in the S3rd year of her ase. Funeral services at the above ad dress today at S p. m. Friends and relatives respectfully invited. Interment private. FOLL?N?On Saturday. May 4. 1918. at 7 a. m.. CATHARINE C. FOLL?N, widow of Albert F. Foll?n, at her residence, 1336 Monroe street north west. Funeral services at Salem M. P. Church, Forestvllle, Va., tomor row at 2:? p. m. FOSTER?At the Portland, Mav I, 191X. ROSE ADELAIDE FOStER. wife Of Charles E. Foster. Funeral services at her apartment In the Portland tomorrow at 3 p. m. Interment private. 1IACKLEY?Ot? Friday. May 3. 1918. at the home of her daughter. Mrs. C. H. Rector. 317 Fifth street northeast, Mrs. P A M L I A A. HACKLEY. aged 73 years. Burial at Wellington. Va. (War renton and Luray papera please copy.) McRAE?On Friday. May J, 1918 at her residence. 17S? Lanier place northwest, ELIZABETH G. (nee Conneil). beloved wife of Edward W. McRae. in her 53d year. Funeral from her late residence to morrow at 8:30 a. m., thence to St. Paul?? church Fifteenth and V streets northwest, where mass will he said at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. S ?"WTO:-?"Entered Into rest Satur day. May 4. 1918. at 5:30 a. m.. at his residence, 611 8 street north west, CARL f\ NEWTON. Funeral from his late residence Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and frlenda Invited. Funeral pri vate. PINN?On Wedneeday, May 1. 1918, at her residence, 218 V street north west. GERTRUDE E. PINN, be loved daughter of Emma Plnn and the late Jam?? Plnn, and sister of James C. Pinn. Funeral from the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church today at 1:30 p. m. Relative? and friends in vited. READY?Departed thla life Friday. May ?.. 191S, at the residence of his son. Dr. M. J. Ready, 3.101 ? str#et northwest. THOMAS, beloved hus band of Ellen Ready, aged 83 years. Funeral will be held from the above ?ddress tomorrow, thence to Holy Trinity Church, where requiem mas? will be sung it I a. rn. Rela tlvea and friends are Invited. RICHARDSO?-On Monday, April 3, 1918, In New York City. HENRY KENNETH RICHARDSON, after short illness of pneumonia. SLAUGHTER - D.raartt.J thl? life Wednesday May l. wig, at hla residence 73? Twenty-fourth atreet northwest, UNDSEY SLAUOH F?wera\. til? Uberty Baptlat Church. Twenty-third ?treet be ??.?*"? S fft ? "."??e?*? northweet. tod?y at 1 o'clock. Friend? and DUD. relativ?? InviUd. Rer. Hollar Powell officiating. Si?A('KS-On Friday May S. tta, at 1:30 a. m., at the home of her ?on, T. J. Stack?, SARAH A. STACKS, aged a. year?, widow of the late Joseph E. Stacks, ?after a long Ill ness. Five children, Mrs. Mary ?. Darcy, Mrs. Emma Welker Will lam B. mack?. Joseph B. Stack?. jr.. and T. J. Stacks, survive her. Funeral services today at S p. m . at Concord Church. Concord. Be theeda. Md. Frier?a and relative? Insite-. THOMPSON-Departe* till? life April ?, MU. at St. I_ul?, Mo.. Rt5_ ERT o. THOMPSON, beloved son of Ulllan B. Thompaon and the lete Gilbert Thorn??on. Remalna at 17_ Tenth ett-eet north weet. Funeral from St. Lok?'? P. E. Church today at I p. m. In terment at Harmony Cemetery. WATTS ? On May I, Mil. IRVING WATT8, beloved husband of Ethel Watt? at the t-eetdenoe of hie mother, Mre. Martha Bryant?, 414 ? atreet northweet WEISHEIT?On Saturday. May 4, 191*. at hie residence, CHARLES F.. beloved eon of Mr. end Mrs. Charlea Welehelt. WILLIAMS?At San Juan, Porto Rico. April 17. MM. ARTHUR T., of U. 8. Marine Corpa, beloved eon of Arthur J. and Annie F. William?. of ?19 Fourteenth atreet, Brook land, D. C. Funeral from the Chut?? of Our Saviour, Thirteenth and Irving ?tree's northeast tomorow et S-J4 n. m. Relative- end friend? In vited. Interment et Rock Creek Cemetery. WILLIAMS?Departed thi? life May?. I9M CHARLES S. WILLIAMS. devoted brother of Alice Williams. Emma Carter.' Ella Crown end Florence Sprigs?. Funersl from th? residence of nie ?i?ter. Emme Certer, H? Fifth ?treet northweet, tomorrow at ? p. m. Reletives end friend? In vited FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLRR'S SONS Tele???e _?k *? ??2-BSlS 'inin ??-m-__B-?*?-_. ,rt*r iT.to?: Pn. _hC___9_. 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I>?b**rel i****w*rd if raturned to 1913 I ati*ect Dortliwett. WANTED?AGENTS. A.?BNTS-BIOt?KRT HIT OUT; IDEAL aleak tenderer. Make? cbuek ateak tender aa, l?rte-fboti?e, H<**j4>t*ke?p4_r? e?gtT buyer?. Pre? ample*. Dop*. X. M. H. TTLER _TFG. CO.. Munde. Ind. _ If KAISER'S FINISH;'' COLORED MAN NO sucier," iaaplrine patriotic pirtui-**?. _a__ple tree. PKOPI*E'8 MFG. CO., Sta, D? Chi car>._H* At.KNTS WANTED-FARMERS HBOSTC Account? made eaay for incvow taa. Selling fast. Liberal rommifaioa. ADVERTISING NOVELTY CO.. Newton, Iowa._U* ?X? PER MONTH SELLINO STBANSKY"s aew patented fuel Taporircr for Forda; aiTea up to W. of taaoliae ; no drilling n*c?--e-_ary ; money back (ruarantee. J. A. KTRANSKY, Pukwan-. 3. Dak._ It WANTED?SALESMEN. SALESMEN WANTED TO SEI? NATIONAL Portal]? Elertrio Cigar Lighters to drug arati cigar store?. 10004 lights for one canL _iy to sell; large (-immissione ; exclus]?? territory. Write tosa?. NATIONAL ELECTRIC CO. Jickeonriisf, Eia. mrS-lt SALEsMIEN-J 0___r* SOMETHING ?S" tlrely new Ye Serriot" watch straps, ?a riety designs. New York'? lareatt seller. De ?cTirtire circular; ssmple 36c. PIERCE NOV ELTY CO., Inc., I? Lexington are.. New York City._It? EXCELLENT" ??????? ; ESTABLISH Ell concerti: new atro? proposition: aUpae lipe big demand. Capable man for Virginia and Maryland, one abl? to earn ?,??? thia year. Splendi? commlaaion contract. State experience. G. B. WILLIAMS. It? EueHd are.. Clereland. P.. Department gig. It? HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - BECOND COOK AT ONCE. whit? or colored. MARYLAND LUNCH, St! P ?t. nw._mrS-lt LABORERS WANTED?Concrete work; 40 cents per hour. WAR REN MOORE CO.. Fourth st gate of Navy Yard. my4-3t WANTED?GROCERY CLEftKS. We have permanent positions with good wages for experienced, compe tent grocers. Apply OLD _?UTCH MARKET. Inc.. 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t WANT_J)--CC?NPUCT0RS AND motormen; wages 30 cents per hour 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.. 36th & M su. nw., Washington, D. C. HELP WANTED-IULL FINISHERS. CABINET MAKERS, HELPERS. CHAUI-TTaJRS. Apply. HUB lOmNITURE. CO.. Seventh and D St.. N. W. 1XJT OVER M. W?flTf ob BBDMK Kt factory work, Good ??fee. ri?os* 21 BUSS BLDO.. ? ? a. ?w_***** WANTED-MEN AND BOYS . over 16 yeara for light parcel delivery; good pay and chance for advancement. Apply 8 a. m. MER CHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Third and B ?ta. ?w._my3-3t (5>?Kf?-t; Alatt? DIBH W ASHataUI ; OO?T5 ??sait. PEOPLE'S LUNCH. W Mth st. ?w. _tarA-lt ?xf-EBIENCED MOTOR TRUC? DBK m?n. LY.NDALL MOTOR t TBCCK CO.. Wt ??. ???? ?w. _ ?ayt-tt TRUCK CO"; NEEDS BOOKKBEPEB. ? ?afta undentundln? ?tenognins. Gir? refer rni?. ?AimtmL?. atte, snd s?l?ry expected. BOX AtC. Herald office._tnvt-lt YOUNO COLORED MAN TO WOBK IS billiard room Eairr hour? and ?ood pay. SHERMAN'S. 1SB H at nw wyt-a W ??TE D?VEC-ETABLE~T?p fruit talesman; permanent posi tion; good waget for experienced man able to make good diiplay and get results. Apply OLD DUTCH MARKET. 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t WANTED-MEATCinTER; PER manent petition; good waget for experienced, competent man. Ap ply OLD DUTCH MARKET. 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t WANTED?MEN AND BOTS OVEB 1? yean for Hallt p*rcel delivery; ?jnod pay ?nd chance for ad?*norm?tii Apply Ita HEB CHANTS TRANRPKR CO.. 3rd At ? sta. eat. taytSt THE Ht ? Oryxes PERMANENT P08I tioos to oabinetnaakere end fluisti?; ? asta* repair man: helpen on trucks: aa^erlettced chanffetjn on furniture delivery track ; saaastant I? ?hipriioj clerk, must b* eaperwoced sa handlinf furniture. Apply ?G? FUBNlTt'BE CO., tftk A D sta nw. _?pa*Mt WANTED-NIGHT BELL MAN; $18 per month. Apply office, Stonelcigh Court._ap30-tf WANTED?BOYS TO SELL PA pers on street corner?. Apply CIRCULATION DEPT. The Herald office. tf BOYS TO CARRY HERALD. APPLY AT ' tsaeanrnt of QUEEN CAFE, ft h ? (? st 5 .^?r_?pM-tf WANTED?MIDDLE AGED MEN for driven; good ?alary to ?tart; rapid promotion if capable. Apply TIMEKEEPER. Adam? Expresa Company, 2d & I ?t. ne. ap2l-tf Wanted?clerks; goods?L ary and permanent position?; alto sheet writers by the hour; guarantee three hours work each day. Apply TIMEKEEPER, Adams Express Company. ap21-tf " BOT WA>?TED=O?E "WITH " ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for wide-awake boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. to FOREMAN. Herald office. _rf WANTED - BOY TO SERVE MORNING Herald; $13 pw aaon'h. Apply B. ELKTON SMITH, m O ?t. ?w. nht-tf BOYS WANTED TO SELL THE MOBNINU Herald. Apply Ml. Tbierrt, ta 0 street southeast._ toh? tf W?NTED-lf? LABORERS l'Off 1? AND 11 hour ahlft? at 3S cent? per hour for eurht hours; time ?nd one-half for overtime. RAY MOND CONCRETE PILE CO.. 19th ?nd ? sta nw. tnhtrt-tf BOYS WANTEDT who UVE IN the northeast, to sell The Herald. Apply at 1018 K st. ne. mh28-tf WANTED- WAREHOUSE TBOOE E R ? white or colored; MM pw day. Apply Time keeper. ADAMS EXPRESS CO.. Id ?ad ?t* ne. tetti ~HELP Wa?*NTED??????&G WANTED 10 Intelligent Women To atslst In a ?pecial ?ale of china were, brtrinninr Monday. Experi ence de*irable but not absolutely necessary. Apply Supt.,. THE PAUIS ROYAL. NIGHT CHAMBERMAID WANTED-HOIKS from S to ?M. Apply DEWET HOTEL. gOO L ?t. nw._ mvi*t WAITRESSES WANTED AT ONCE: GOOD matta; ? day? ? week. TEA CUP INN. UI 12th st. nw. DayS-lt WAITRESSES. ?. EXPKBIENCED ; AlaSO cashier. Good salary. PEOPLE'S LCNOH, ?g Itth ?t. nw._myA-a WANTED-COLORED QIBL G?? LIGHT hoi3*e*rorlr. Apply ?11 Maaa ??e. ??. myt-lt WANTED?SAU?STAW."IXP? r iene ed in grocery business; per manent position; agreeable hours; starting salary $12; rapid advance ment if competent; state age and previous experience. Address BOX -466. Herald office. my3-3t WAN*I*ED-COOE AND GENERAL HOUSE worker; small finally; reference?. MM lltb tt ?w. _ ?JaaVTt W?N?IB-a ivinn ?ToIIaX wWo-DIT deratsnds saawt order work; first clsss cate: food salary. Call ALEX l?. tplt-tf YOUNG WOMEN WANTED STIJDElfRFOR OUR TELEPHONE CHPERATORS? Trttlr-rv- (XXJRSL We tjeaire to secure at the preaeat time a number of young women between 18 aad >S years ot age to learn tale phone operating in our train ing department course. No previous knowledge of operating ia necessary for ad mittance to these courses, and no fee is charged for instruc tion. On the contrary, a sal ary is paid while learning. At the end of four weeks the salary is increased and the student operator becomes a junior operator ia 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 cosy sitting rooms and modern dining-rooms, and at the 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 Hke to be come a telephone operator, apply between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. at THE 0__AP_AKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY. Room 308 Homer Building. 13th. bet. F _ G Sto. N.W. WANTED - s_Pt_l_s'C_) W_TB**_s_t al once. MARYLAND I?NCR. HI r 4 nw._^_sgasSjsSj WOMEN Tl> ?-*?-GOODS e ENT Pit!?'AID to jan? door IN?? sewing; strali? woe?; no ?.nratang. Send rep!? eneeloc- for prices paid. G?G???AL? CO., Disk S, Phlla-rlphia. Pl?_mrS-lt HELP WANTED?Male * Feaaale CLERICAL ASSISTANTS IN PHILADELPHIA. CC>MPETENT MALE AND FE male clerical assistants are de sired for the new Philadelphia head quarters of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, who can work now in Washington office and go to Phila delphia later. Stenographers, typ ists, filing, and computing clerks should consult Mr. LEONARD. Room 505. 1319 F St. WHIT??, ?_:????-<???? WAITS-? WANT ed at oner; K?M per week with board ; and white waitreaa? ?acted to work t ho?a a dar week dare and t ho r? ta Suada? at ST ? week aad board at i.ATTINS LI nth, Ruca? m Bara_?ars 5AMTD-A FIRST CLASS ?. SU, white, male or female for a ?a? class eafe; good aahttr. Cali ALEX 14?. ar?-ll FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. SS? _th 8T NW.-N1CEL? Fl-RNISH-D roora aast to bath ; sect?? floor. rafS-tt 3D FLOOR Fi?NT. KIRN?HED, 6UIT a?? for one or two gentlemen; bath asme floor; oa ear line. - Florida at? ne. mj-l 2t 1415 HTH UT. N. W.-ONE NICe_Y tVH r-iabed front roma Electric light ?ad phone APT. SB, Th? Franklin _??G? tl For Rert?Farnished Flat?. FOR RENT-? BOOM Fl'R.MSBED FI_T Inquire of MR. BALL. Casino Theater. ?M FOR SALE?HOUSES. OWNER WI1? SELL F?R 43,?? ? BOOM and hath baKta near 4th A East Capitol a? Additai 2? ?th st. ?e._mrS-lt WANTED-HOUSES. HOUSE. (, 7, OR I ROOMS. COLONIAL ?trie. front and baca -??p_*_; S3.000 to ?? ooo Waat of 1-tb. north of ColumbU Road. (1,000 (ft. BOX ?64. HeraH office. It REAL ESTATE DO YOUR BIT 13.00* As-ret m the Btriabires. Liltle ??er thr?? boum froin New York City I_j_f thor oughly appoint?-- bouae. Beautit l trro-nd? Kamoua roae gart?*-*. C-mnpt-tt-l-r equ'pi?**-d (arni of 1,500 acre, ihrvwirii ? .tract, re rironte. Mile? of heanly timbered hunting vt*mn** To b? s-old to rVt?? an estate, -""an be rented OOt'NTRT DEPARTMENT. S. Iggj Pell k Co. g jgjgag* 10 ROOMS. HOMK OR INVESTMENT, HOT ?rater beat, ga?, electricity, conta- lot 00x190. gi*o-*riac auburb within city limit*; -inck of car Hue. M minute? bucine?? center. C?om prim. C??- or tentaa. BOX tS7. Rkhnumd. Va. It" Some Day ft Rome or linmmeiii __ O-BIN JOHN PARK! WSTT NOT TODATt For plat?. til net rat ed books, and fcT* pa*_le_ lar? about tbese little farma, atr**a_ti?e Im ?itef, and low pi-i?**, nee or write J. S. TOMUNSON. 324 SOtTUERN BUK). MAIN TM. 8i_ new __? _nd b_*__*alow? i*eady for In ?irecticn, $.,800 to $2,500. Em? te?o?. _wad-tf Careful Investments Of money la Firft Deed? of Trott (Pint Mort gag??) OB Watblfiffton. 1>. C, Real Eatate al w?y_ giTe tho foil Intereat promi-Od and _M roturn of all tbe principle do?, t*e_ardlea? of tbo Tarrint teen-ir*?***?- and TaJne? of ___?_- ??at? U__ We hato been nt*ci-w-ftli7 rncaged te maldng tbesa inT-*tm?*nt? for our raen tt Ibr mon than ? aparter of _ eaottny. I_re-*t menta, ISO, $C0O to $10 000. at 6, CH, ?nd ? pa cent now ready for ddirety. Lui? lnTe_tmrn_ made. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., Soathara BsMStss, 007 ISA St _MAIL ORDER. r-IFTT-riVE ?____? FORMULA?, trick?, ?tart?- slat?, la oar 1?lutai?? Ms?ine All for Ksr. JESS? L?UON8, Al berner-, ?. O. mrS-lt Phone to U? Your Wants. The Washington Herald Want Ad* Will Get You RetulU REMEMBER THIS! Never Take a Chance! Phone? PtatatC G? DtaJNlteeat ?rf U. S. Socret Service (au,?,) . U. S. Secret Serrice (day).. U. S. IM BUSINESS CHANCES. SEND !"OR rtta r-aipy or TBE BOYAL, ? tr Near?; ?a?) rojal-ie. pay ?aid?*??? tarare SAsanthtj. Ko ?teas?; a *-ed A? tee Issata. Of aoaaial Intera** to real .??.?.? dxatn aid ent era. 31 WRIGHT HI.Ih; Tuba. ?tie. ?ayt-lt UVE AGENT8-SEIX -STUCK fOR COM panj with leaaas In lai ?tates siawadj pro .lvaolav. oil. Liberal con.. G. K. MANN. ' E. A C Bid?., Deaver ? ot a-vyS-lt CAPITAL- WE M'.oTItTE LARGE loan.. dlAvvriattBt?. commercial aaataer ?aad ?aaaa et-sJ oorponatton flaaanon.. I. N. RirsiEr.? BAI M A CO . 13S Br??dw*r, N?w Tost. a*j*-U ! STEEL BAILS ALL SIZES FOR SIDE I traete ?nd rr?mw?j ?. ?arc ewiid?*?. froB*. | turnout*, aptacasa. apitea, bolt? ?rad tas?. Proasra shlrartarat. M. MITSBKl ? CO.. Boot Bid? . laetrnlt. Maenton_It? RANObA OIL Ot?.. ENID. ORLA.. JOHN P. | Orabaaa. marls?!. Mr. Graham ha? ????li ? ?d aabae a?annr?*f*l od crrnpaais?. paria?, te- j veetora a? blgb aa tart* ihotaaaaad iliall?*? for, ?atte Ttimiaanl une.-*- Writ, for free rarr?? raactoe. _ _ _ If MONEY TO LOAN. MOrm TO LOAN 014 APPROVED OTT reel aat*at. ?A hroeeL am*m* rate?, ?vaeraal pnvtaaav*? with retiasct to prior I1J???I?. TTLatE ? BPTBEBFOBD. lac. tn Ml? ?t, tt MONET TO LOAN-STM TO ??M?? O? D. C r**l ?rute. Barrerai trait ttvada. ?tt M ? pw eran. AH treraeartion? condracted taitaa ????? ?ml ct*aa*aoeT*tion tor but rowel?. h. sADKDtsa a (so. MOVING, PACKING, STOKING. SAFETY FAST. ABSOLCTELT nREPROOP ?G????? Roocna. ? ara? op. Meant*? ?X Psajsjaav CMTED STATES ?TORAt? OO . M tata! a?, nw. Pbone* M. <2> ?I Tt*. saa?Ttaa far ? tar aae. M. S-MS. *. Mttm. ?mitri -TtvAatrtTJi tt XTAIRACE (CO. (all a. .Mitt pk. m. terns. WAriTED to buy. WANTED TO Bl ? SEVERAL MILCH ?oat? BOX A3. Ppreet Glm. Md. sayta WILL CALL IN MT CltXRTERED ACTO mobtk, city or aabttrb??. tsl t?? re. 1*mmm* unor? he lAdte?'. pert safe??. rnlMrea's 43? c*rd*d riothirat, of ?U dssaalKiisw I ?a ? pottai ar phone. 1 ?nil celi E RICK. ISM 7th ?t. ??. ?. im tt StarW?tra Or EVBRT DtESCRIPTIO*?, ?UH 's?. PEABLMAN-? BOOK SHOP, atti ti WANTED?AUTOMOBILES. BL'ICK UG3T SIX. ?IT MODEL. ?G?? be in ?ossi condition. ?ire beat cash prie?. BuX ?i II. ral i nifi.s-._laAjtSl AUTOMOBILES. Hl I Misil"! li * T?DCC STANDARD ????? 1 .IxC^ Sia? Plain, ?kid size. Plain. Sfcad MtS . STS J ?: ??.-"*. |alS It* tttStt. U.A. 11 A? Hal . 1A.B KM tM . is? ltfassssi . uta p.? St?? . lt.S5 "?.Vit . 1A.06 lt.fB SSal . 39.1? :?r;iil-. MM MM Shi*?. 3t5 -?-.?s.Viii.. 3M.lt Sts sszs . ?-?*? ttr.s 37*5 _ tr ts tats OLD TIRES TVKI.V IN PART PAYMENT. Maul carder? ?Intinsi L'.O.D. ?ubject to ?rrvoaaj. Af?ate Wanted Write for Price U?t. MANHATTAN TIRE.? CO? _133? ?Ath !t. K. W._ POR S A t.?. ATTENTION! USED CAR SALE. We have the f.llowina car?. traded in for NEW MITCHELL?, which we? ar? offering at mach le? than market value ror ca?h: MITCHELL. 1917 CHANDLER. 1*1? CHALMERS. 1916 REO. 191? OVERLAND. 191? OVERLAND. 191C? FORD TOWN CAR. 191T FORD COUPE, 191? Opes? Aat?r?ay Kaeaalsatt talli lo p. OPEJI ?(Trilliti KVKXIXG VtA'TIL. M P. M. oPKTt? t?r*(?D*v ? ?. ??. ? NTH . |?. ?. NEUMEYER MOTOR COMPANY, 1823 14di Street N. W. POR SALE-I*? LOZIF.lt TOIRING CAB; electric ?tartine end lieht ine: in coed con dition; axer reaaranabee offer accreted. BOX AT? Herald office. a* vi It _AIUTO ????????._ BROCEN CAST IRON And other ?netela welded by ??tax WELDIT CO? ?:0 N. ?. ?v.. aaa. Ita. I We bafld (to order! end rvspelr i.fii?s ?Aus? ANT SERVICE. ?M TTM?, A NT PLaCAv Autre el ?ay traa? snd se? repaired ee rebnilt read? ?led while rrt ?nit. Strum? ROB ROI MACKET. Ill Uta ?t. sa. Lineo?. tS? _' M PRIOR CAM HI IT. WELDING O? Ali metals ?qoel to new Expert ??to reparna? Prats??? Anto Reptil Shop, *.0I M. Capitol. ?. ?STA M FOR SALE?GARAGES. ??' A OAB?Cat'THAT IB UL'flAatf ?ay cara?, tn (lie market tn appearance, dor* bility, aad price V. T. H. BIEN. Its O ?L nw Pboat. M. SIB. _ I^UCATIONAL._ MPKC1AL, SHORT COURSES TTPK.VBITING. Coanpleted in featr A? ?I? ?reek? Delle I to I Evening Special, t to ?: ? to ?. nee boot? ?ad auppl?e? for thewe STENOliRAPHT GrtAPi. Pitman and Graaaam ? Orlfinal methods. 1 A forsner Civil r?erriee Examiner coecblnc for ?Tided rksjrrdrutaona. INDIUM AL IN ?bTOCCTIONS. THK! DBIIXERT, 11?? *?. T. Ate. Sl'ANISH-WANTED TO BTTDT IN OOM pany with othaar partj. s?s?im? BOX ?B Herald office. MyS-lt FOR SALE-_n_4-__LAIt_0s__, ???NTS. VEfl_TABL_-l-rr-rT_D TOSI?IO rasata a aperaartr, _ _au am ?_?. Mt ? ?t?et ?je SS ???? ?PLASH Hi l'ARNEACX I?I ?Sta. wot?at. lew cri?e. BOX 43. Fan? Glen. Sid Bast* draw era and Urta?. __?_ S. B. NIVTHA-s *0?*?1 ?. tal._ tnrSSt wood roa naxpi?c?. bou.ca. rtt r_ee and ?tar?. SS? par ear? 4t*4 ?- _ ?tal : ?la? split ?Ini?? ?mal in aar l???J Odi I.inrol? SCI far ?sitai, deb??*?, aacb? - TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH Ton can't very well ?xixct good he? Uh uni??? rot? tak? cood care of your (aat_ Sa me About them. I m?Ke a ??? cialtv of treating them, and pr?? ?erre them In crowtt and bridr? work at reasonable prir?a Dr. J. N. Myera StBGEOS DEKT1BT. A t-. Pk. r?usa 3?7? -? Window Shades Made to Order, 6oc. Best Opaque on ?. H. Rollers. ?90c. J. G. PREIXKERT, 1200 ? St. ?. E. PksM L. 4128 WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. V> ANTED-MoDEBK OAE AND MAHlMi an? fui nit? e ?nd ran rant? E. BENS??T. Ul? S. T. ?re. Mata Taa. _vOOri FURNITURE. cash E*..__.s-.-- cas? I credit G urni lure crs_?rr ? linrwiinn?? I'.pol.r ??rire F_r?I l.rr ??? Steve- ???re. MB ? ? St? PERSONALS WORKPiOMEN - ?TsZAOVASTSmmf? ?4M? hack hone are a food ai-art to haw *8_d h?-e bf tbe atftdi ?**f new poma we _b?t-* and ?ell ot tt to M; take? tserr- and 4-a?b tf? few tbe otook wo haee bat ther -*-?li -rell aad r - a-mpathy ms*A be wealed .rSTTl *? < t '? *-TANT>. -WO._ma-i't DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 YEARS %**? ^*2__r Nerv?? ud Sneeial Dtataea _ Sita an? ?>? He??? lirait? 4? ??? ? ??_ ???er Ftora Catarrh. Oher-t?. Rbeuma-? Ctasll|? Uee, Pile?, Throat, I? ras?. Brain, Hear Be?4 ? nd S*_ Distase?, Nrrrta? *>ra_o, -lata? Diaeaata Bladder Treotle. Bfrat?C BSrta Pel. ? ?n*. Enrptttaa. Cierra, and All Prfrat? I?? e_m Cured tar US? br Sale Met-nda Ckarges Lew. M?-a__M ?*_?___ CONSULTATION FREE. PHsllr Wsaltlaaal Katata tat ladle. Ortsr. Boorr ?_l.ll?? Hia?d???. ? v> li ? AUCTIONS. DAVID KOTE8 on ttesdat. mat r. ata. at st mws . ?a., I will eri] ?I rmr?e min r ?t ??? Farmer?' Pcodiiee IB???Hi MaJwet. Elm in? ?ad ? ?_??_ nel??tat. ronrlta??I D?tnrt bene? Nos. SS, ?. SS. <T tad 41a. Tirai: <'ar il tha? nt aa_. Br erde? ot tta Otatataa? . D. C. A. TWEE DALE. Auditor. ?? C. _T?a THE HERALD AUTO DIRECTORY. ELECTRIC CARS. -ASCS?1-sXA CO-L-NO? BARTRAII BL-CTRIC OARAOE. 114?-es N. H. ava- 1107-11 M ? Tbon?- Stoat 4SS-_S_ GASOLINE CARS. ??????,?? ?_T, l_L 181 ronrteeatb at. Phone ?. 44K Nortla 4SI?. Home-Hunters Are More Interested in Their Quest Right Now Than Ever Before. Advertise Your Property. 'jr^22M***am*M?*.?m I AA. . . _ "?"??.?.