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AMONG MAIDENS Captures the Opening Race from Classy Field at Pimlico. Pimlico Race Track, May 7.? After little Mike Daly saddled Cla quer for Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords, of Philadelphia. Eddie Ambrose brought him home in the opening event this afternoon at Pimlico. He was first past every post and when danger threatened at the sixteenth pole a couple of blows from the whip awakened Claquer and he pulled away to win handily over Fencer, owned by Ned McLean, of Washington. Gibby, who was coupled with the Winner In the field. In which there were four other maidens, showed. The field was the favorite choice the public. Captain Ral Parr came within an ce of winning the second race Ith his new acquisition, Esqui u. In the second contest. Ophelia * t the decision by a half head. ?wr Realm ran Into third position. Ophelia came around her leaders and withstood a hard drive to earn the laurels. Comfort, one well fancied In the betting, failed to get away from the post. The patrons received a Jolt when Qold Bond failed to get any part of the money in the Elkridge tflteeplecfcaje. The winner turned in Nutmeg, an outsider, while Melodrama. the second choice, placed, and Br&nd. also an out elder. showed. The early pace was amt by Flight Captain, who showed line jumping abilities and plenty of speed nntll he tired. The win ner ran second all the way. Melodrama might have done bet ter had he not been forced to travel lite long distance coming to the rfiet fenoe. Cresson took the fourth even in 3iey fashion and Jock Scott did e same in the fifth, both being vorttes in the betting. In the etath Murphy copped the popee, and practically led all the wr. Amalgamator romped home ttfr winner in th'e seventh. The summary: WRST RACE?One mile and wLxty yards rUqtw. IS Hnfyl. 410. J90. IM. WOO. IJmcm. 11S fcyflrtaa). JM, 6.20. wooed. Gibby. vm (A. OUtae). ? ?. third. Time. 1:17. taaith. Seat* Marino. Driffield. Jim Rody. Uncle tfead. Doodle la^ Dairyman. Dublin, MAy. O^aiU Woodoock. Fair Oracle, Almoodorf and Bnil Archarino also ran. 80COND RXCE-FVror and a half furlong: Ophelia. 100 (Walls). 7 01. 4.70. 3.7* won; Esquimaux. 113 'MergJeri. 9l20. 5.30. second; Realm. 113 < Fairbrother*. 12.50. third. 054 1-5l THIRD BAOE?Two milea: Nutmeg. 1? I). 21.29, 6.70, 4.10. won; Melodratn*. 146 __e). 3.30, 3.3*. second. Brand, 142 (Blake), third. Time, 4:04. Flight Oaptain and ad also raa. RTH RACE?Half mile: Oregon. 115 * *>n), 3 00, 110, llf, won; Bcnjour. 113 (O'Brien). 2.30. 110, second; Ml* Inter. 110 (Anbroee). 2.10, third. Time, 0:01-0. Broken Premises, Rainbow Girl and Sifter Sand also ran. FIFTH *>ACE? Ifcree-quarter* of s mile: Jock Boot, m <Rioe), 000. 3.90. 110, woo; The Porter, 100 (Kummer), ??.40. 5.30, s?cond; Tumb ter. Ill (Robinson). 5 20. third. Time. 1 12 35. Leochares, Tea Caddy. Yankee Witch. Start Una. Apple ton, Whiske. Ed Cudigee and Celto alao ran. SIXTH RACB-Bx ? urlangs ? Murphy. 117 (Mr A tee), 9.90. 6 00. 3.50l woo; Amsckaasn, 100 (Rodrijnei), 0.20, 3.90, second; Nominee, 100 (Rummer). 2.70. third. Time, 1J4. Umatilla, BeUnnerr. Ornery. Anita. Starry Banner. Wid ow Bedotte. Speedster, SmrvWn# and Julia *1*. also ran. SBFBNTH RACE?Mile and sixty raid*: AaaUamat r. W (Bfclk-r*. 0 00. 7 30. 4.00. won; Oenene, 00 (Denys), 7.30, 100. second; Skv 5?lot, 90 (Kummer*. 3.20, third. Time. 1:16. G. M. Miller. Ren Harapaon, Con i, P?** Butterfly. Kebo. Chariot Fran Say, Silk Bird, Harwood, Fairly and Key also ran. TBI? (Own1. (MUfce). LEXINGTON RESULTS. RACE-Claiming; piirse. Sfitf). iyear cJfti and upwafd; mile and *erentv yards: Beautiful Girt. 100 (Van Dusen>. 42.40, 21.00. a 00, won; Running Queen. 164 (Majestic*. <field,i 7.30, 4.40, *cond; Old Ben. 106 (Samp son), 3.70, third. Time. 1:49 2-5. Co*. McNab, Pontefract. Out. General Marchmont. Sciatic. Certain Point, Golden Lint, Mis* Shot also ran. SECOND RACE-Claiming; purse. $500. maid fa; 3-vear-olds and up; six furlongs: Sir Boc eo. 100 (Simpson). 5.40. 3.50, 3.30. won: R?ral lodge. 107 (Gentry), 4.70. 3.70. second; Sa?nta. W0 (Donahue). 5.70, third. Time. 1:13 3-5. I>or<?. Dickery Dare. Queen IMondi", Dickey W. Fleet Foot, Premium, Katia A lama and Crocker also ran THIRD RACE?Puree. So?; ?ix ftorloa?: Tm-i Randall. U1 (Connelly). 3.70. 2.60, 2.20. won: Jim Dudley. 101 (Simpson), 130 and 2.70, second: Lady Apt. * (Gruber). .190. third. Tune, 11)1. Lama. Bunerana ami Selgeorge alao mn. FOURTH B ACE-Purse, *1.000; * year olds ind up: mile and a furlong: American Eagle, m (Sande). 20.?. 6.?. out, won; Captain Bees, jft (Grnbrrt, 5.?, out. second; William IV,, K*S U>ump>, out. thirtL Time. 1:912-5. Ol> .portunitv alao ran. # FIFTH RACE-Purse, ?0 3-year-olds and ?p: ?ix furlongs: Eserent, 101 (Gruber. 5.90; L10; 2.20, won; Green Jones, 113 (Barrett, 3.?. ! 14P. second. Fin* Col.. 113 (Howard*. tfO. third. Tims. 1:12 14k Nobleman and Choir ( Blaster also ran. SIXTH RACE?Six furloogs: Kama. Ill |6ande), 4.?, 3 00, 2.W; Langhorne. KB (Dona tee). ?.?. 1.00; Torkrille. 1? (Lunfort). 7 30. now, 1131-5. Sol Wilary, Blllis B.. Ardent, rora And?sson, Prince Harry slso ran. SBVENTH RACB?One mils: Sanaymlng. rr (Gentry). 14.10, &2P, 170. Douglas S., M6 I EhoMfc). 3.? and 2.?; Redland. 110 (MH'abe), , t30. Time. 139. Bleeth, Merchant also ran. LEXINGTON ENTRIES. FIRST RACE?Claiming: 9000; for 3-year olds, i li* furlongs: "Miss Wright, 90; "Clairroyant, i: 'Madelyn C., ?; ?Sa*anamy. 1W; Shiro. 10B; "Katis Canal, 102; KUng, 1?; *Marya Beau. 07; Unar. 111. SECOND RACE?Claiming: SSOH 2>earold vaiden flllie*; four and one^half furloogs: *Mias Kan. 107; "Lamp Post. 10f; Astraca, 113; Alies | Form an. 112; Tenagra. 112; Lavcrne. 115: dat 9* Will Do. 112: Walterine. l!2; Orenao (imp.), it THIRD RACE-Claiming; W?: for 3-yeat ?lds and or; six furlongs: 'Nepe, 96: *Frtt* &nst (imp.), 06: Harmony. 102; "Liberator. W; "Justics Goebel, TM; Tor Miss. 107; Hasty rora, 107; Boetus, 109, The Gradder. 1?; Little fake. 1?. FOURTH RACE-Purse; JJOo, Leonard Hotel [handicap: 3-year-olds and up; nx furlonga: iBuford. 102; Atlanta. 1M: King GoHn, 111; fllind Raggage. 125. FIFTH RACE-Purse. 9??V 2-Tsar-olds: ire I xlongi: Frogtewn. 104; Paxtonftau. ump), Brother Mar Lean. W0; Jago, 112. I SIXTH RACE-CUimiyr 99?; 3-yrar-olds nd up; mile and ?ixt*ei?: Elizabeth H., 99; Cora Lane. 102; *F. C. Bole, litf; 'Surpassing, 4; John Graham. 1W; Black Frost. 1?; Ben rry. 1?; Howdy H<wr<*. 1?. i SEVENTH RACE?'miming: 9H0; 3ycar ds aad wp; mils and ?*tesnth "Parr liap ), B: Perugino (imp ). 104, "Executor. 1M: "Wads Last 1?: TSe Lsl. JIW; ?Philistine, I?; Itheoa. W: Irish Gentlrman, 1?. "Apprentice allowance claimed. |Clear; fast. Cards Lud Again. , 8t. Louig. Mar 7.?After foing [itleea for eeven innings the Car nala jumped on Bresaler and Eiler for five rung in the eighth ami, winning: the second name ith Cincinnati, a to 3. etnnati fl?o 012 000?3 8 4 ouis . .. 000 000 05??5 5 2 teasler, Eller and Wingo; Doak, etman and Snyder. arrison and Quigley. CUBA BUYS HORSES TO IMPROVE BREED Havana, Cuba, May ".?In carrr ln( out hla ayitematic campaign for tha improvement of the breed of horses In Cuba, President Men ocal. of the Republic of Cuba, com missioned an a rent to purchase thoroughbred mares during the closing days of tha recent Cuban American race meet. This prac tice is likely to be continued so that Americans who race in Cuba will And a ready market for their surplus stock and save the expense of the return trip to the States. It is only recently that the sub ject of horse breeding has been seriously considered by the Cuban authorities, whose supply of caval ry remount and police horses has been pi chased in the United States to the number of from *,000 to 5,000 annually. Finding the supply di minishing due to the drain of the war and sensing the need of a bet ter horse type, the President and his advisers resolved to breed their own chargers and at the same time raise enough animals of the army type to have some to ?ell to friendly nations. Din Yates Gets First Job as Aviator Director New Havan, Mtoy 7. ? David J. Yates, of New York City, has won the honor of being the first trainer and director appointed to care for the physical fitness and condition ing of aviators of America. *Dhe government is considering tha appointment of oetween twenty Ave and fifty such conditioners, but Walter Camp. Commissioner of Athletics for the Navy, has made the appointment of Mr. Yates in or der that there might be no delay in sending to at leaat one of the aviation camps a skilled trainer and conditioner. Socks Leeoard White Be?t fer Milwaukee Milwaukee, May 7.?A boxing coifcst calling: for 60 per cent of the prvosfi receipts in liberty bonds, to be divided between the contest ants. Is offered by Tom Andrews, loeal promoter, for a ten-round bout between Benny Leonard, light-weight champion, and Charley White, to be staged in Milwaukee in May or June. TALE BOWL FOR BOW. New Haven Promoter Again Seeks WiHafd-Fulton Fracas. New Haven, Conn., May 7.?An offer for the Jess Willard-Fred Fulton bout, to be held in Connect icut, waa made by J. P. Mulvihill, a boxing promoter, today to Col. J. C. Miller. The offer is of $100,000 in liberty bonds, of which $73,000 would go to the winner and $2."?,000 to the loser, in a twenty-round go to a decision. As a place for the contest Mul vehill would try to get Yale Bowl, and he would give, prior to the bout. $10,000 in cash to the Red Cross or any other specified organ ization in lieu of rental. To guar antee the contracts Mulvihill would deposit $25,000 in a certified check with the chief of police. In ad dition a bond of $75,000 would be given as a guarantee on the purs^. Should the Yale Bowl not be available other places for the bout] are in view. CHEVROLET TO CONTEST. Will Start from Scratch in Hark- j nesi Handicap on May 30. New York. May 7.?The first promi nent driver to enter for the Harknes* I Handicap, which will be the outstand- , ing event of the automobile race car- j nival at the Sheepshead Bay Speed- j way on Decoration Day. is Loui* Chevrolet, speedway champion of 1917. ? The darin? French pilot handed In his ? entry last night to Promoter William | H. Wellman. In recognition of the fact that ) Chrevolet holds the track record for ? 100 miles, the distance at which the ? Harkncss Handicap will be run, he ? has been placed on scratch. Chevro let did not object to this assignment; | rather he preferred the arrangement, j as he always drives his best when I compelled to make up lost ground. , MLLY SUNDAY WILL PLAY. Noted Evangelist to Captain Na- ; tionals in Benefit for War Fund, j Chicago, May 7.?With eight players already signed up, including Billy Bun day, who will play in the outfield and captain the All-National League team, J the committee in charge of the old timers' game to be played at White Sox park on May 9 for the benefit of | a patriotic fund is making rapid pro gress. Efforts were made to persuade Charley Comiskey to don the spangles, J but the old Roman refused. However, j ho said he wduld manage the Alt Americans. Aside from 8unday the committee | has received assurances from such well-known players as Fred Pfeffer, Jimmy Devaney, Frank Housman, Charley O'Connor. Pete O'Brien. Jim my Ryan and Fred Holdsworth that they will play. PIMLICO ENTRIES. FIRST It A OB? Bellies; maiden two-year-old colt* and geldings; four and <. no-half furlongs: Holiest Georg?, lit; Melancholia (imp.). Ill; 'Bagheera (imp.). 106; Pigeon. 110; Banzai. 108; Eddie McBride, 110; Sharp Practice. 108; Com mandeer, 113; Jack Leary, 108; The Talker. 108; Weston, 1?8; Little Cote (imp), 110. SDDOND RACE?Three-year-olds; six fur Ion?*: Com padre. 115; Peerless, 115; Alf Venina. 112; Prince Borneo, 112; Currency, 113; CM. duff (imp.), 115; Japhet, 115; Nutcracker (imp.), 115; Brown Berne (imp.), lflf; Sunny Slope. 117; Ballast, 115; Sweep Up II. 113; ??Johnreu (imp.), 112; ?'Sun Gold, 112; Kate Bright, 110. -H. P Whitney entry. THIRD RACE?Tha Emerson Steeplechase; four-year-olds and up; two mile*: Pandean, 1M; Fir* Ctot (imp.), 1*; Cap*. Parr, 154; Little Morn, IK; Tnrmcil, Iff; Kd Weiss, !?; Yer mack. Iff; Seacoaat II, 140; lafldel II, 118; Dramaturge (imp.), 132. FOURTH RACE-The Pimlieo spring handi cap; three-year-olds and up; mile and seventy yarda-Omax Khayyam (imp.). 130; Bondage, 101: King Neptune. 105; Borrow, llf; Flitter gold, 110; .Kalitan, 113; St. Isidore, 108; Hen dric, 118; ??Uncle Bryn. 106; Arrah Go On. 96; Hauberk. 117; "(\idgel. 117; ??Privilla Mullens. 106; -Damroarh, 110. Oank. T. "J. K. Roes entry. FIFTH RAOE-Claiming; two-year-old.*.; four and one-half furlongs: *Agne* Cbok, MH; In the Sun. 108; 'Pinard. 1 Of;.Democracy, llf; Lady VuJcsin. 1C8; Butterfly, 108; Donna A., 108; D. C. Girl. 108; Jack Leary, 111; ?Tammy Waac, KM; Veen em an. llf; ?Lendonia, 104. , SIXTH RACE-The Gwcinn Oak claiming handicap; three-year-olds and up; one mile. I Ideal, 100; ?Starter, 108; Candidadte II (imp). Ml; tticore. M. Clark II.. 98. Scorpii, 106; Odalisque. 98; La ay Loo. ?T: Prince S.. 1U; Boxer. Mi; Aldabaran, i?. SEVENTH RACE-Claiming; three-year olds and up; mile: Happy Valley, lfli; Game dock, 101; 'Judge Wingrteld, 118; ?Otolna, US; Bar rf Ptioenix, 115; Oaven Boy. 103; Grey Eagle (imp.), 108; ?Psddy Dear, 110: 'Poiroma (imp.), lit; Woodtrsr-, 115; Kohinoor, 110; Airman, Iff; Mack Monr.t (i?p), 119; ?Hubbub. 113; ?Cobalt Laaa. W I ?Pl*a pounds apprentice allowance claimed. ! Weather, clear, track, fast. Southpaw Hurler Has Stag ed Real Comeback in National League. Ear! Hamilton. *outhpaw pitcher or the Pittsburgh ptratea, stand* out to day aa on* of the moat remarkable comeback* among pitcher* In aeveral season*. Hamilton, who 1* a veteran major league pitcher. 1* blaalns a trail through the National l<eague that has arouxd a great deal of comment, and If he keep* up th* faat pace he has aft he will rank a* th* leading pitcher of hla league at the cloa* of the *ea*on. Th* smoketown portalder soored hi* fifth atralght victory of the **a?on Monday at the expenn of th* Chi cago Cub*, letting Fred Mitchell'* ag aggregatlon down with ?even hit*. And by virtue of hla victory he elevated. the Pirate* to third place In the pennant race. The most remarkable thing about his come-back is the 'sharp reversal of the form he displayed last season, when h* was credited with nine oe feat* and no victories as a member of the St. L?outs Browns, and after being sent to the Columbu* club of th* American Association h* work*d In but *lx games, winning two and be ing credited officially with thre* de feat*. FATE OF BELGIUM NOT FOR NEW INTS New York. May '?h? New In ternational I.eaeue 1* not to suf fer the fate of Belgium. The plan to invade Newark ter ritory has been abandoned by the major leagues. It was definitely an nounced todtoy, and the Interna tionals are making plans to go ahead with the opening of their sea son May 8 unmolested. EGAN, BASEBALL MANAGER, A SUICIDE Chicago, May 7.-Ned E?an, fam- ] oils as a minor league baseball j manager, committed suicide by | shooting In a hotel early today. Rgan was to have been manager of the Milwaukee Association this I year, but ill health prevented. A note indicated Ms illness implred the suicide, COLUMBIA CREW SHIFTED. Coach Jim Rice Makes SeveAl Change's in Lineup of Boat New York. May 7.?As a result of Columbia's showing in Saturday's race on Carnegie I^ake. the coach. Jim Rice, has made several changes in the lineup of the varsity crew. Parkes was replaced by Kindleborger and Hawkins by Work. The position of coxswain also underwent a change. Neal being replaced by Kohn, who is 20 pounds lishter than the former. The seating of the varsity she I now is as follows: Coxswain. Kohn; stroke. Brown; 7, Wormser; 6. Galllleo; Kindlcberger; ?!, Taylor; 3, Kraus; 2, Work; bow, Strensehneider. The junior boating follows: Coxswain. Ford; stroke, Schaetel; 7. Saacke: R, Hawkins; i,-Pa*kes; t. Waldecker; S. Aebli; 5. Knodel; bow. Ncuman. MAY BLOCK SUNDAY GAMES. Hudson County Sheriff to Be Asked to Stop Harrison Park Contests. Newark. N. J.. May 7.-A protest against the playing of Sunday base ball at Harrison Park between t S league teams has aroused the wrath of the Jersey City club of the In ternational League, which alleges thnt it will be an infringement of territorial rights. A wire tp this cftect was sent to Ban Johnscm, pres ident of the American L?eague, last night. It is threatened that If the big leagues endeavor to carry out a program of games at Harrison that the sheriff of Hudson County will be asked to interfere. NEWPORT WANTS BIG FIGHT. Governor Beckman May Be Asked | to Give Sanction for Bout. Newport, R. I.. May 7.?Sportsmen of I Newport are interested In reports that j efforts are being made to have the Jess I Wlllard-Fred FultOn fight for the heavy-weight championship of the world staged in Newport, July 4. Rumor has it that a local enthusiast will seek to have Governor Beekman | give his permission to have the fight [ held here, and that if the sanction is secured the ringside, reported to have been built In section* in Chicago, will be shipped to Newport, so that the fight can be staged at Freebody Park. The manager of the fight, It I* said, looks with favor upon Newport, be cause of the many aervice men here, and its close proximity to New York, Bo*ton and Providence. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. Sat lor M. Rodeffer, 22. 12W H ?treet north west, city, and Francis S. LoTesror*. 21. <*iar lottaavillc. Vs. Rer Jnmn Bhera Montgomery. Maxwell ft. French. 22, Syracuse, N. Y? and Edith R. Hall, 21, !03 Kenyon atreet northwest, city. Rer. James U Gordon. Harry I*. Abramson, 20. and Mollis Hurowit*. 19, both of Richmond, Vs. Rer Adlec Bheffer man. Garfield W. Daniels. 23. Stockton, Utah, and Ethel A. Perry, ?. New York City. Rer. Tltua K. Daris. Porter W. Hopkina, 3S. and Sara Turner Kelso. 27, both of tfn* city. Rer. John H. Jeffries Herbert Lsmvm. 81. and Jean McDonald Mason. 21, both of Jacksonville, Fla. Rer. Percy Foster Hall. Sergt. Harry A. Harris U. S. N. A., *. Warrentrw. Va., and Verms V. Thompson, 31, Tlie Plains. Yi. Rct John E. Brisa* Private Paul V. Mace. 2S, Walter Raad H<*irital, and Louise Ritchie Hardy, TW Varnura street, city. Rot. Alfred R Barrows. Albert N. Carlisle, 21. Lrceburg. Va., and Myrtle R. Jenkins, 1?, Ashbura. Va. Rrr. John H. Jeffries. COLORED. William Halley, 39, and Lizade Washington, 42. hoth of tbia city. Rer. W. Westxay. ' John H. Baker, ?. and Ella Stereo son, 48, betli of this city. Rer. Walter B. Jackaoo. Johnnie Kprag?ins. ?. and Elisabeth Beaslt*. 20. both of, this city. Rer. William H. Dean. Thomas W. Thornton, 41, and Susie Garner. 41. both of this etty. Rer. William H. Dsan. Mosee T.ea, 41, and Nellie B. Bowler, 20, both of this citr. Ber. Paal Griffith. James Sims. 25. Steelton, Ps.. and Thornrvovi. 23. Washington. Rer. W. Westraj. George Johnson, 20. and Mary Datia, 81. both of this city. Ref. O. A. De Vaughn. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. Michael A. and Margaret Vitale. hoy. .Tames J. and Edna M. Tolaon, boy. Frederick R. and Mary Sullivan, girt. Herman and Ssdis ftchragw, girl. Homm mi Um *. K. Rookie, gift Put r. and Wu W. PWII?1, hot. Hdward *. ud OMheeine PwfT. ?M twlx. Mather H. and BeUe NaUI, boy. Kajph and MIMni Mkhinard, girt. KMit I. and mm Millar, glrL Louie Mid Ollte Hollenbergar, glrL Michael P. and Ate a Ukmnoo, girl Nicholas and Mary Coatello, girl. Join W. and Pearl Cuilaiuber. ?rl. H. KIM and Dorothea CorninU. girt Sua and Rebecca Brlecoe, boy. COLORED. Oharlee A. and La Panda P. T*ine, girt, cuyboroe and Julia Tennille, girl. ItobaK ud NOmrala Quern, glrL J uUuB and Joeepbine Hopkins boy. Hampton and Coral Oaakina, glrL Jansaa and Ckriatine Dlllard, boy. Elijah and UWr Ball. glrL DEATH RECORD. WHITE. George B. LudUm. It yeare, 4? O *?eet ??S??it Smith. H yeMi. Ch?ultr H-tfJl. Mary B. Wreoo. n t?n, Wyoming Ajasv ?G?*ge J. MUM, ? Jaa?. ?? Hewlett* P. Groa*8eld, ? '* "S^T^^TJ-rK 0??. MM*. "SK? '^Margarette 8. Boom. ? yaw. 81 B0*" TL Manehee. ? yeaie. 8lblw Howttal. _ Mary L. King. 16 year* ltM G atmt ' Eugenia I. Faulkner, 57 yeerv 1111 I " Ikhrard B. Byrne, 5* yean, ttoergsncj Bee "cfcarlee M. Taylor, B yean. V. ?? Mdlen" Horn* HoMUl . n_ Tbomaa Snlli.aa. U month*. Caenaltjr B<? ^Infant of P?nr B. and Mand M. BUI. 1 hoar, U? D street eoutheeet. COLORBD. ^ _ John B. Marlow, ? yeera, Tuberailoda Hos **jane HawWnfc ? yean. "?? * B*?"th street northeMt. _ .. Florence O. WlUlame. ? y??. Bty PlalM. |(ath?w Butlet. M j*M?. !*????? *?w "?IJjIdaea. ? Teer* 81. Mattis JohMon. 1 j ?r. Ifcirty-suUi tfixmi "?flTa Lindsay. ? month., Children'! Bo? Barm., ? ym. Clifford William* 7 months. 19 McOullouJh ?.tret nntthwe*. DIED. BATES-On Monday, May ?, 1918, at her residence 231 8 street north west. FHANlilS B? beloved wife of William H. Bate* (nee Shelry). Funeral services at the chapel at Glenwood Cemetery tomorrow at 11 a. ni. Relative? and friends invited to attend. Br.ATZHKIM-On Tuesday. May T. 1918, ERNESTINE, widow of Jacob BlaUheim, in her 73d year. She leavea to mourn one daughter. Mra. A. M. Scanneli. and three grandsons. . , . Funeral acrvicea at the Parlor? oi H B. Neviua, 926 New York avenue northwpet, tomorrow atJ;S0 P-"i Interment at Prospect Hill Ceme tery. CROSSFIKUn - On Mar ?; WW. HENRIKTTA PARKINSON wid ow of WIllouBhby T. Croufleld. Funeral will be held fromi her roal dence. 1146 Seventeenth northwest, at 8:30 o cJjcJ . l^!j morning; thence to 8t. Matthew Church, where requiem maw win be said. DOYLE?On Monday, May ?. 1*1'. 4 a. m., JAMES P. husband of Mary V. Doyle (nee McCann.) Funeral from tala late reaidence. 811 Tenth street northeast, tomorrow at 9:50 o'clock. Thence to Holy Name Church, where high maaa will be said for the repose of hla soul. Relatives and friends In vited. Interment at Mount Olivet Cometery. FAII.KNER?Departed this life on Monday. May ?. 191'. at 4:10 p. m.. EUGEKIA I. FAULKNER (nee Doonen) beloved wife of Peter R. Faulkner. She leaves to mourn her loss three daughtera. Mrs T Walter Jones, Mrs. Alice D. Kirby , and Eugenia I. Faulkner Jr.. anu one son. Qeorge Hoadly Faulkner. Funeral today, at 8:30 a. m., 'row her late residence. U17 I ?g??t northeast; thenre to the HJJy Name Church, where roi-uiem nigh mass will be sung for the repose of her soul. Interment at Arling ton Cemetery. Relative* and friends Invited. (Columbus and Dayton. Ohio, papers please copy.) K RAN KLIN*?On Sunday, May 5 ? at Jersey City, N. J.. SARAH A., wife of George II. * rankltn. Funeral today at 2 o clock, at Al exandria, Va. FRIRCHHOIjZ?Suddenly, on Sunday. May 5, 191 s, MARGARET, beloved wife of the late Christopher and: mother of Barbara Frischholi ana Mrs. T. A. Nolan, at her residence, io~ Third street northeast. Funeral from her late residence to day at 9:30 o'clock; thence to St. Aloyslus Church, where requiem mass will he said at 10 o'clock. In terment at St. Mary's Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited to at tend. FRY?Entered into rest, Tuesday Mav 7, 191*. at 1:13 a. m? at the residence of Harvey O. Yo_in^. H street northwest, DANIKu FRY. Notice of funeral hereafter. (Hagers town, Md.. and Alexandria, Va.. papers please copy.) JOHNSON?Departed thisi Ufa. May ?. 191S, at 7:30 p. m.. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON, husband of May V. Johnson (nee Pote.) Notice of funeral hereafter. (Phil adelphia and Montana papers ploaae copy.) LEWIS?Sunday. May 5. 1918. MOSES J., beloved husband of Bertie a. Lewis and father of John B. and Philip B. Lewis. Funeral from his late residence, -ins Florida avenue northwest, to day at 2 p. m. Friends and rela tive* Invited. LINDSAY?On Monday. May 6. 191?. at 1:30 p. m. EFFIE B.. devoted daughter of W. E. Lindsay and granddaughter of Belle Youn*. Funeral services from late resi dence. 2382 chamrlain street, to day at 8 o'clock. LUCHS?On Tuesday, May 7. 1918, at 4:15 a. m., at her residence. ?? Seventh street northwest, HAN NAH, beloved wife of Leopold Luehs, In her ffith year Notice of funeral hereafter. (Balti more papers please copy.) LUDLAM?On Saturday. May 4 1918. at 8:30 p. m., GEORGE R. LUD LAM, Sr., the beloved husband of the late Nellie T. D. Ludlam (nee Brown), In the 72d year of his age. Funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. E. F. Bland, 439 G street northwest, today at ? o'clock, thence to St. Dominic s Church, where mass will be said for repose of his souL Relatives and friend* invited to attend. (Cape May and Philadelphia pa pers please copy.) McCAITLEY ? On Saturday. May 4. 1918, at 10:30 o'clock P. _? . at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Rev. CHARLES A. McCAULiEY. be loved husband of Mattle A. Mc Cauley. devoted brother of Rich ard. Moses, Burrell. William. Searcy and Thomas McCauley. Funeral from the First Baptist Church, Brentwood, Md., to day at 2 p. m.. Rev. J. !>. Jasper, pastor. Relative* and friends In vited. NEWSOMF. ? Departed this life, In New York City, Saturday. May ?. 1918. after an illness of Ave days, DOfrNESSA NEWSOME, beloved daughter of George and Kate Newsome, and loving sister of Sara NVwsome Fraction and George New?ome, Jr. Funeral from her mother"* resi dence, 1800 Fifth street northwest, tomorrow. Relatives and friends InvlUd. SICKED?On Monday, May ?. 1918. ht Sibley Hospital. CATHERINE, wife of the late George Slckel, aged 7o year*. Funeral from the chapel of Thoma* S. Sergeon. 1011 Seventh atreet northwest, today at J p. m. Rela tive* and friends Invited to attend. Interment at Prospect Hill Ceme tery. DUD. "MITH. beloved wife of C. Joseph Smith. Funeral from Lee'e funeral parlor* ?t 8:30 a. m.: thence to 8t Aloy.lu.B Church. where maae will STOOLS?Departed thla life Sunday. si'00WiT8.?. H?a Will of Thomaa Btocle and moth er of Helen B. Penn and Rath ?tofie. She alio leavee three eletora and on* brother. 'W*? today at 11 o'clock, from Ml lee Memorial Chapel. Third atreet between L and New York avenue. Rev. Carroll will officiate. Interment at Mulrklrk, Md. THRIFT?On Monday, May 1 ltll, at her residence, l? Twenty-third ?treat northweet. MIJJE, beloved wife of William Thrift. Funeral from above' reeldence to morrow at 1 o'clock p. m. Rela tives and friends respectfully ln . vlted. Interment (private) at Rock Creek Cemetery. WOOD?On Monday, May ?. 1111 at 1 6.60 p. m.. ANNA WOOD, widow of the late Jamea H. Wood. Funeral eervlcee at Perry*a under taking parlor, V H atreet north west. Tomorrow at I a. m. A mass will be eald at St Mary'e Church. ^^Intementjtt^tg^irelj^Md^^^^ FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH OAWLER'S SONS Telepkenr A, W. 5511-5513 Wnl?B51Z-5.-.1.1 ySSSJw l.ndy 1730-32 I'ii. tuMaal Aveaof Ckepel W. W. Cbambwa. K. V. Cliamtxla. W. W. CHAMBERS CO. Uo*<ni cl!^l.CD?r,a? 'phorw Col UL W? Cm Automobile Serriet CxclutiYeir. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C SHAFFER RYw. KXFREMilVE IMIIL EMBLEMSPhooa U. at MODERATE PBIOEI. M1S-IT-H. Prompt aad Oarvfal Aato DaUww Hmto. Appropriate Floral Tokeai. A rtiitie-exirwl io-lnezpeort te. Gode Bros. Co., 1214 F Street ? Prompt ?nto wrrlr*. WANTED?AGENTS. WANTED, AGENTS! -to work retail trade for new washing compound and soap saver. Guarantees to save more than one half in soap bills, making washing light and pleasant. CARGILL BROS., 12 Warder Building. HELP WANTED?MALL **ra TO OCAL 1 at eotaeiacaeV oorw store or j-f "nitocsfcmiiatt -Require the Services of Salesmen for the following! departments: ?Men's Hats. ?Men's Furnishings. ?Men's Shoes. ?Trunks and Travel ing Goods. Good salaries and perma nent positions. Apply at once to Mr. DOBRIN, Man ager. GOLDENBERG'S, 7th and K sts. nw. YOUNG BOY ?16 to 20 years old, as assistant in office. Must be neat and indus [ trious. Apply Office Manager, sixth | floor. JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO. COLORED JANITOR Man with experience in caring for furnace and elevator machin ery; permanent position. Apply 527 13th st nw. JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO. ELEVATOR OPERATOR (Colored); good permanent posi tion. Apply 527 13th st. nw., JULIUS GARFINKLE & CO. WANTED. AT KEY BRIDGE, Georgetown, laborers, $3 per day of eight hours. Apply foot of 35th street. my84t ( WANTED?CONDUCTORS AND motormen; wages 30 cents per ; hour for first year up to 35 cents per 1 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 j CAPITAL TRACTION CO.. 36th 8c M sts. nw., Washington. D. C. B2Ti? TAiiTp;P T? SERVB thk herald Call at i01S K rt. na. Alto bora to tr'l on "mart. fcrt-tl EXPERIEXCED OOtbKfch MaK" *OR PcT APr" " * ~ w?"TElyZm 'OK N ijJ'ri 'n bonr rfiifti it 36 ceot? per hour for ?ifM hooJi; time and ono-haif for omtimc RAT I MOND CONOR1TB PILB CO.. M and B I ^ BW- rah2*-tf sots Wanted to seTlthe"SoiiffSG "r. Thierrt, 830 0 atiwt , ??'??*. aihS-tf HELP WANTED?MALL WANTED?EXPERIENCED FUR niture salesman; credit experi ence preferred; permanent posi tion; food salary. HUB FURNI TURE CO., 7th & D. my7-3t WANTED-MAN OF GOOD AP pearance for position of floor walk er; chance for advancement HUB FURNITURE CO.. 7th & D my7-3t WANTED-YOUNG MAN AS salesman for phonograph de partment ; permanent position. HUB FURNITURE CO., 7th & D. my7-3t I OB PULLERS; SJ.00 PEB S-HOCB t>A*; ?tectrte hot* u*4. Applj HOME ICE CO.. lMi 4 V (ta. nw. mflM PAGE BOY-WrnrROtETDC perience. Apply 209 HOMER BLDG.. 13th and G sts. my7-3t WANTE1> - SECOND COOK AT ONCE. whit. or colored. MARYLAND LUNCH, 112 F ?t. nw. mj*-3t WANTED?GROCERY cLERkK We have permanent positions with good wages for experienced, compe tent grocers. Apply OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc., 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t BXPKBIK.VCED " MOTOR TBI '* KALE8 UL LYNDA LL MOTOR * TRUCK CO.. Pa. are. nw. ?y4-Tt TRUCK rn - :ED8 BOOKKEEPER! A man unat-ikuodint stenography. Gire refer experience, age. tad aalary expected. BOX ?D. Hen Id offW. my4 ft W~\ N T E D?VEGETABLE A N p fruit salesman; permanent posi tion; good wages for experienced man able to make good display and get results. Apply OLD DUTCH MARKET, 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t WANTED^-MEaT CUTTER; PEJR manent position; good wages for experienced, competent man. Ap ply OLD DUTCH MARKET. 622 Pa. ave. nw. at 9 a. m. my3-6t WANTED-NKHTHbell" ManT $18 per month. Apply office, I Stoneleigh Court. ap30-tf WANTED-BOYS""iCTSEliT PA pers on street corners. Apply CIRCULATION DEPT. The Herald office. tf wantEd^Middle AGED MEN for drivers; good salary to start; rapid promotion if capable. Apply TIMEKEEPER, Adams Express Company, 2d fit I st. ne. ap2l-tf WANTED-^CDERKSrGOODSAC | ary and permanent positions; also sheet writers by the hour; guarantee three hours work each day. Apply TIMEKEEPER, Adamt j Express Company, ap21-tf ' BOY "WANTED=0NE WITH~ 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 - HOT TO SERVE MORM.V* Herald; 112 rer month. Arply H. ELRTON SMITH. W O gl. e*. mh? tf BOYS" WANTED, ~TOKrUVE~W the northeast, to sell The Herald. Apply at 1018 K st. ne. mh28-tf WANTED-WAR EHOU RE TR~CCK~E 1 white or colored; POl per day. Apply Time keeper. ADAMS EXPRESS CO.. 2d and^ HELP WANTED?FEMALE. TWO WHITE OR OO&OMD WOMEN* FOR | half day'# w.-rl every day. 3S4S 11th n*. m\S 3t WANTED?OIRIa. WHITE OR COU>REO for light d-tr.-t.tie duties; rart of day oaK Pell 347 L it. nw. m.vf-lt WANTED-SALESLADY FOR phonograph department; perma nent position. HUB FURNITURE CO., 7th fic D sts. my7-3t CLEAN COLORED 'iIRL FOR GENERAL house work; no or?oking and no waging; mu*t lire in neighborhood. Apply from 9 to 1 o'clock, apartment 1, Tbe Albert. 1625 F st nw. ?ny7-Jt COOK?O EN eTa L HOUSEWORK ; NO washing; mutt hare reference. Apartment 2L The Parkwoo<f. 1746 K at nw. myT-lt HELP WANTED?Male & Female) WANTED?A FIRST GLASS CLRR white, male or female (or a flnC class ca FOR RENT?ROOMS. BEAUTIFUL ROOMS IN DESIRABLE neighborhood; fine garden spot; apace for garace and automobile Aop. 121T Wh at. nw. I'bone Franklin CW. my?lt FUR!f I9HED. TWO BRIGHT WELL FURNISHKO ROOMS: near bath; private family; use of phone. Call j North 2ES. my" 3t WANTED?ROOMS. WE DEH1RK FOR ONE OF OUR HFJtVirK' repreaantatirea who will lecata in Waahinf-1 ton. two or three furnished room* arranged for, 1. h. k. Apply BURROUGHS ADDING MA CHINE CO.. *10 13th at. nw. myf-* | For Rent?Famished Flat*. FOR RENT?I ROOM Fl HNlKtir.il FLAT. Inquire of MR. HALL, Casino Theater. roy4-fit REAL ESTATE. CABIN JOHN PARK. ATTRACTIfE SUBURBAN HOMES. j. s. tomlinm)N. n so. bldg. m. tmi. Six new housea and tonga low s ready for ic apectlon, tl.MO to $2,500. Easy tenna. Careful Investmenta Of money In Firat Deeda of Trust (Firat Mort gages) on Washington, D. C.. Real Eitate al ways give the full intereat promised and the return of all tbe principle due. regardlem ef the varying ineomee and vafoea of other eeeurl tlea We hate been succemf.-.liy engaged In making theae inreatmenta for our client? for more than a quarter of a century. InTeet menta, $250. JVK) to $10.60B, at S. 1%, and C per eent now ready for delivery. Large tBTestroentt made. WM. H. SAUNDERS ft CO., Southern Building, 807 15th St. Phone to Us Your Wants. The Washington Herald Want Ads Will Get You Results REMEMBER THIS! Never Take'a Chance! Phoni Police Department Fire Department Mats 6009 Department of Jtutice Main 1M U. S. Secret Service (night) Columbia 3396 U. S. Secret Service (day) Main 6400 U. S. Manhal Main 28S4 FOR SALE?LOTS :sr?.v> BUSINESS chances? ints;b.st?D Is ""- wk WILL rcnb Too the imenoa Oil gu*er ki ??,h. 5"- -*?'1 ***> ??p ot Tnu dxxnnz the location of all oil feua (rw , ,, powers, pubikher. mic b?i aie .' Honrton.' mr* ? NEWSPAPER ROLTE FOR SALE? IN GEORGETOWN. For Information Apply CIRCULATION MANAGER. HERALD OFFICE. LOST. lost-small hl.m K i^ketbook ffli ? ?-. between hth A 15th.. Tumut .bout w^"?er u'aif' *** hoh^t oLJlPLW. reward . MONEY TO LOAN. ujas ?" appboved CITT _??> " l!""? animat nin: **aa, dnwilefes with respect to drlor nvmsnf. TTLEK & buthebpord. Ine.. 'IT 15u, ^ u to s5?'o? 67c. ?*' "tatt beeeral trac fnnds h i. i . ?>?*?*??<* wi ILZ ou romeriucn for tommera wm a. sacvdebs A co iwtheni Building (t l*b ?. m. tf WANTED TO but. vrillcall IN MT ONLETTEBrD AVTO mooue, city or aoburban. and par *on hi?bm "si t J"""'- wt carded clothing, of all deacriptinoa. Addraa Pcmmi or phone. 1 will c*jl ?l rjc*. mtfS ' < bw. k. i?a ^ b| BOOKS 2f evehy description sin <m?> .*3cls tc wtire libraries ' mi.r for SALE-miscellaneous." i k>b SAIX-rcbnitl'BE COMPLETE t?t .... \twi*n asartment; t-jism for mi:s. n\K. Sir nth ?t. ? FOR SALE-CABBAIiK llasts c.?t ILK t!ir.u?and; an? qnantity. A>. otvr rlanta 1? ana03"la ate. JJii f vx>k palt-j AM1I#, i dir. , i.v:,; , " apply rrar c3 o it. nw betae n 5 **?' ?)?!: WOOD FOR FIREPLACl. BOILER ft*k "s ?? <**?. m>' ?? * cort; ?!? ?put kindling wood in any quantity. call ^nroin ff!. f-r rrcurrt drvrrry mrhl-tf _WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED?MODERN OAK AND mahott. i any furniture an : claan tooka. E. hensley at^-stt | moving, packing, storing. SAFETY FIRST. ABSOLUTELY f1beproof btobaok. ' ?"sms save, ^rag'^co-v^si ?t. nw. Phonea m. <3 and Franklin &b. tf ' Vrre for atar- i > ? s34s. S. sh4 j IHHH'8 trahsrir i * STORAGE CO- ?u ?. xickt rk. n. ?mx j -"-i MOVING "d : PACKERS of fnmttw. ptanna r.s.!na, brvs-a erxminw ?.*h mru ** ,he w*kl l-dt^a fUnd,OT- rM~*' " KRIEG'S EXPRESS. automobiles. ?lein shed tinrp STANDARD MAKE 1 ikcjj ??*? Plain. bkid Siae. Plain. Skid * '34 * ?.? 3fc3>? ?w t2 ?12_fc l.'?31rt i?_ij lf.w ^ >?s h.0c'3*4 09 l^bo jji? ...... i7.? i? stkxf u.h an '?? 2l153up4 a.a a.n sf' ?? ax u !?.?" ?Mxn r.m ?oz OLD TIRES TAKEN IN PART PAYMENT. Mill order, rtiirrrt C.O.D. to anrora!. Agents Wanted. Write foe prit* uat. i MANHATTAN TIRES oo.. 1ct ltth bt n. W. at"to REPAIR*. BROKEN CAST IRON And other metals welded hf aut? ?? wtiut-u uj ?utuaruoaa Dronaa | wkldit CO., ?10 N. J. a?e. nw. ijn gn j bolm (to qgd?r) and repair refrigerator.* anl staric*. ant mi*, ani plac*^ I f st" ,n<l ?" 'naini ? wbmjt Bn' ] tf | PRICE CAN PIX IT. welding OF ALL i ?"""'?<> ?*p?t ante renlrlna prtct'o Ante Recall Shop. !us B. Capitol. K i k77b. FOR SALE?GARAGES. set A OARAGE THAT WILL octla8t an? tarue In the market la .ppeamncr. dnia wit/, and price, r. T. B. BIEN. Ha O at nw pbrne m. 3t furntture. CREDIT Furniture c???"? HOPU'ood'S papular rr4rr kami, tura and Stave Starr, 8tk * k ma. REFRIGERATORS, ICEBOXES. McCRAY REFRIGERATORS. And CmUm Hammm Art CMfialci McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. Wa MM (to order) and repair nflU? II til P It ft. W. nUVKLIU MT1. PERSONALS. WORKING MEN- L VER 81 ACE A GORES alveneae has been admired we have pot a chip on our rtioulder lad dared any competitor to show equal value In new pasta at C to It. they would haea to be Mc bwyaa far cash. *' same aa we are. bet where would low rent ~wna in* Jt-gTH'S OLD FTAXD. Ill I? mjAlt DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET. OVER 30 YEARS tbe Cure of Chronic. Ncttous and Special Dieeaaee of Mm and WcaiA Means Health to Tan If T?? Snffrr From Catarrh. Ohesity. Rbeumiti*n, Constipa tion, Piles. Throat. Lungs. Brain. Heart. Blood and Skin Dlseaaoa, Nrrvoua Debility. E id nag Dtaeasea, Bladder Trouble. Specie Blood Poi soning. Eruption*. Ulcer*. and AU Private Dis eases Cured for Ufa tar Safe M-lhoda. Ckirges Low. Medicine Fnrnijbtd. CONSULTATION FREE. Privnte W.iltlag Room for I.odlea Office H?v.r.~. 10 to 1. I to t- Sunless. F t;. \Z. SPECIAL NOTICES. THE HR1G42S AEROPLANE COMPANT. on and after Kit ]&, will be ?twwb aa tba ALFXANPRIA AIRCRAFT r.'IlpoRATIOS. Mr. A. W. Bh|?i, i^aml M naffer, baa ?e-% Binned and d-s.ru to use his : <ua4 in inrthrt *i enterprise. It ?? ON hATI'RDAT. MAY .1. ]W. AT Id *' o'clock a. m . in front of The United State# Btorage Company'!* warehmw, 41 *-<3 Tmik strert northwest. \NaiLin^r*?n. 1>. C., there a:!T~-T be an Id at roblK* auction, to mfaroe liens for. 7 storage rharses. He., due and unpaid, a?" ( groda, furniture ar<j personal eff**cta on atotage ? in naxn<a nf L, 6. iiilnan, Mia. M. Duek'tu - Mia. .Vary E. Mayers, <i. H. Frrna. Jamea-ci L. Jarksor, J. R Johnston, Mrs. Alioe Beat*-. A. J. MiMeai!. A. A. Srjiha*. I'MTKO ,J HTATES ST"RAGft COMPANT. INC. apM * PROPOSALS. office or *niE n n. Wvhmrun. l>. C.. Mar *? 11*. beaied pro will he nomcd at this ?-ffiea. Room M8. I>tfctri 1 until 1 e>loak. p. t* y May ?4, l%t, l.w funushir; delittnng and i reeling at tba Lbrtrut 1'itc: .g Stati c>. tbu city, one steam drten e??r.irtfugsl itutniioc tmit biting a capacity of 15.0CT* UW raDr?nn jkt 31 hours. Si*c:fS<xti'iis and f^rrn of jwv po*l mar be obtain'd upon application to tbe Purchasing Officer. D. C.. Ri>om IX. Ih-triet Building !>?'CIS BR< ?WN!/?\v, JOHN ?J. p KMiinT. W. OWYNN GAIU?I NK.lt, lucniwi'Sur*. IK C. m*S.'? ?iFFTTTTOp TWB roMMlSSIOVTStA-"T\~* Arril 3?. rr* Sealed proper'a *41 he r< weired at th.a nffioe. Room iW. I*aLri<*t Building. ujiti 2 o\taxk. p. m.. May ST. 1?? for Punishing and delivering during tha fis^.' Tear h?*cinv.,ng July 1, 3010, and ending Jut>e 1019. the following matona'u": Asphalt Hav ing blocks. r- -*?rsaed Tttrlfiad paving Uoda | and invt-ft bricks, caat-oir. awrfiVt c?nent. Portland oemert, gr*-n t- ? .:o m.fr. road otla, t*ra and Mtnmiunu* patr'-.i-* mat rial, fuel oil, paving pitch, terra c*.-* *wcr pipe, ?"nd *?d gravel, red ac war br.< to. limnptcne and limoetone duar. and for ?u? 1 a litig and hauling bmken atone, aand and cmvrl. Snerifirationa and f<*m of propyl H'K he obtaiued upon aT*p?ieal)^n t? *ha I'tirc'.i^jng Officer. D. C., Room 2JQ. Ib?tr1?t Building. In appoint sjwify claa* *>f iraurisl f.* which fonr* ar? deairod. PROWN 1AVK. JOHN O. J> KKR1RT. W. (WIvn i;ar;mNU(. fomtniarion-ia. I> O. maKft i?i:r. ?T QCARTERMASTKR^ i<\T^rr T K. A.. WaKhmstna. D. C.-?eaiM prny>?ula will br reocivfd here until :i a. m , Mav SI. l?ia. for furnishing wood. rnv?lin?. and mioe-al oil at Washington. D. C.. al*? f<* job irinting. reri.iviTig aahra and matter, laundarinf:. and shoeing animala. d-..ring tb?? tfacal year ccar.mprcing July 1, It!#. Information on arph cati^n. M*. ?. It. ft. ? I'KIVT QCARTFJiMA TfcH S OFVlCK. I~ 8. A., Wellington, I>. C.?Sealed pr<ipoeal? will be receivad hare until U a. m.. June i. 1S1?. for unloadiag. atonng and delivering r^al at W??hingtoa. D. C.. Fort Myer Dejwt. fV*t Myrr, Va., and Arlinotoo National Comet. Va . during the period healnniac J'lly 1. and ending June SO, 19It. Informat ion on . r Duration. atyTAJJi.il.>" ^ TftCASCRT l>KPABT?aWr. wa^hi - ton. D. C.. Hay 1, 191A Sealed pr poaale J w fumiahing tbe Treasurer of the fnted S^a'?w ith heavy oak grained Jute board bo*e?. f**r the fl?cal year ending June SO, 1019. will be n ccived imtil Monday, June S. 101S. at 2 n\lock p m. Samples of boxea and material may he see in the Office of the Secretary cf the Treas ury. Piririon of PuWkr Mooe>e. and n?nl* ran* acoomjany proposal*. The right tn re ject any or all hi da is rreerrtd. R. C. LtP PINGWKLL, 0 Bail ant Secretary of the Twws ury. my^Tt BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. window irRppii!" A^rn shadbs. WINDOW SHADES MAI'K TO OBDEB. Bast Opaqne or H T1 Rnlleta. I. O. PR KIKE EST. 1?? H at aa. Phone U tfsB THE HERALD AUTO DIRECTORY. ELECTRIC CARS. BAEER-ktA UCI-UNS BARTRA1I nJCCTRIC OARAGE, ltst-dt N. H. tltt-Il M at. Pho IW W?t IIMW GASOLINE CARS. MAXWKI4 B. B LBiBT. HL I S3 Fourteenth OtPhoM N. 44K WorOi ?14. lARtfl Home-Hunters Are More Interested in Their Quest Right Now Than Ever Before. Advertise Your Property.