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Haughton Qaims His Ballot
~L**e Scott Perry to Braves. Boatoa. Job# It.?The eote cart by John H- Farrell. president of the New Intsrnatlonal Uwut a?d t*c~ ratary of the National Aaaoclatlon of Mlaor Leagues, decided tha coa teat between tha Bo/ton National* and Philadelphia Americana for "^ssion of Scott Perry, a pitcher. Percy D. Hau?hton. president of tha local club, said In a statement to day; **Tb? management of the Braves announced yesterday that It would not be deterred In Its fight to ob tain tha services of Perry by the ac tion of Connie Mack, manager of (the Philadelphia Club. In taking the case to court at Cleveland. "President Johnson, of the Ameri can League, la deliberately misrep resenting the National League and the Boston Club." Haughton said. ; "In making it appear that the de claion in tha Scott Perry caae was made by the National Commission alone. The president ?f the South ern Aeaoelation and Secretary John H Parrel 1. of the National Associa tion of Minor Leagues, also had votes, and I am disclosing no secret when I state that it was Farrell's ?ote which decided the caae." LATONIA RESULTS. mar RACB-S furious*. Mm* 0.. IS UohMoa). 13.50. TAB. tM; Adalia W. Ill iQumt\ ILM. TJ0; UHnl. IB (Howard). MM. Time, lit M. Rett* B , lady Man, tm. Caraway, Sentimental. Aitres. Pills MsM, Helen Bar*. Miklen Luc. Mils Orb. alio ran. SECOND RACE < taloosa. Bringtmi*, 108 (Uinsford), IS. i?. MO; 6ipsey Gecrse. IB (Gentry*. 3.40, 3.00; M. Bert Tlrarman. ? i Jtooneyl. 3.00. Tiaae, lit Shine. Jim Wise ly. Sqoeelsr. alas ran THIRD RACE?1 1-lt miles. Pit. ? (Mc JW. 13.90. 1.30. 4.80: EHaabeth H . * ILunj ISrdJ, T* t?; Mrdaffl. 1? (Thurter). !?!?. Tine. 1ST u. Dancer. Oeor?e Raeacb. Mlkl Jala. Basslant, Mountain ttoee. ad, Mite Jaibo. ?Lcid Bvtou, also ran. FOCRTH RACE?1 mile and a furkmf. Baa.er Kill. 100 (Umaiordl. 9?. *?. <?<J Eacoba. U4 (Oonaells). tie. out; Aunim. 96 (?arte). out. Time, '-il Herald, alio ran. Fifth RACE-* furloosa. Bon Joor. 100 (O'Brie-). 8.S0. 5.10. 3.?. R<?ale, !U (Oon n^lj). 13.a. 5.10: Batter Cake, 110 lOentry). M?. Time. 1.00 35 Say When. Christie Hoi ten, Jap, Oim Curci. Madras, aim ran. SIXTH RACK?0 fnrlonsa. The Porter. 113 (W. J. O'Brien). S.?. 110. 130: Quietude, 106 iH. Luuaford). ?.?. -?>: Kortl- 111 (J. Howard*. Time. 1:12 2-5. Kokhu. Cham in#. Jaaxm T. Clark. Nelxua. alao ran. SEVENTH RACE-1 Mi miles. Parr. MB (J. Manner). 19M. t-?. ?.?; 1? (?J. Majaatiet. ?.?. 6.Tt; Alert. K* (H. I^n<rford>. TM. Time, 1:IT l-?. Beautiful Girl. Diadi, Kin* Uaaburf. Howdy Howdy, Sowt barn League, Repton, Bac, Black Broom, alao ran. JAMAICA RESULTS. FIRST RACE?5 furionsa Pi?eon, U1 (Me t assart), li to 5. ? to S, 1 to J; San Knoehr, , '.38 (Bjmel. + to I, S to S. f to 10: Zuleika. 11? (Trailer). ? to S. * to S. ? to 5. Time. 1 -09 5-5. St. Qiwntin. Ja<* Healey. Jill, Dotue ^ Vancirer. aod Han* M. Siereti#, al? raa. j SECOND RACE-1 l-'-S mile?. Stariike. it, (Messier). ltol.ltol.ttaS: Ku? Fliher | 114 (CsJlahan), 13 to S. ? to 5. 1 to 1. Paddr . Dear, IU (Bnrsar). B to 1, ? to_5, 1 to 1. Tim*. Amalgamator, Hondo, Torcnbearer, . Arbitrate, alao ran. I THIRD BACE?? furlongs. Kmtiaa c?b. 108 (Callahan). 25 to 1, ? to 1. 5 to 1; Atar Mpaagkd. 1? 'Ambrose). 7 to 2. T to 3. i to 1?: Ne!?**tp. lit iJWi?ut). 10 to 1. 4 to 1. ; to I. Time. 1:11 3*. African Arrow. FV rtHis Meal. Alf Veaina. Grayson. Sweep Cp 11. | | Mies' Sterling. Dublin Mary. AmaAaaain. Ccm- , men Uvr. l^wdater. alao inn. ! POCRTH RACE?1 1-16 milen Ti*n McT-?e gart U1 (Mftgler). U to 3. 2 W J: r (itulua. 1C5 (Betl). U to I. $ to 1. I to' J \\ <eman 113 (Hnaop>, 15 to 1. 6 to 1. 3 to 1. - SUTi:*. Airman. Sand, ot Ples?u?. V-iil^v. Flittersold. Monomor. alw ran F1KTH RACE-1 l-? milea. Sundaah M. IB iMcTaiarani. B to ?. I to i out; Doiras. I? (B-rne). 9 to 5. I to r out: Damrotc:i. I i ISSr I t? 1. * to 1. ? ? I T?e 1? VS. Flier. Red Sox. Demure, lroo Cross ( ^'^1 mile au.1 TO yards. i An Bo..' 13 .Knsrtv. 2 to 5. oot. out: Rnt Trcop. US tHc -ewl). ? to 1. t to 1. ont. Smisold. 115 iSv-hnttisgar) 5 to .. 2 to 5. out. ? Time. 1:46 1-3l Impartiality also ran. LAT0N1A ENTRIES. ^IR.ST RACE?C'aimins: STOO: two-year-old mal<len rolta ind seldiuss; 5 torlonfs. *j?or*e Metihlebach. 10:: iLarry S.. 1W: ?ntie Afcsim der ;0S: Bwocara. 1T?; S3i-*t -W. ,-"? meai. 100; Bujter Clark. 113: l-'n^en. )12: S>in Mill IB; Byrne. IS; Sir Beau._113: Catello. Ill Alao elisiN. : Tleir. IE: Periijoed. M: l 0">arler R?*ef?r. .. SECOND RACE?Claiming: ST00: threo-year alda- ? luilM? *-"*torm Bound. 9T ; \\ aoM V'elle* 9^: xCrystnl Day. W; xCapoiw. ; ,D?habiah. 3d. It . ?Mi?? Wrisht. 102: Mrtllo- j t,a. 1<K: Koran. M: Sib 1?: wt Tom Oo^ae. 10?: xClairyoyant. W- ^ln i ciisihie: Bandrno. 102: Sepe. Ill: Brii O Wir,, 10C- \aalca. 112: Peer'.ewi On'. 112: Artec. 111.1 THIRD RACE?CUimins: SMO; f-ur-reiroWa .and n*?a.d?: 1 1? miefc .Sophia.GsMyg;, ||i: Seren^ta. .05: Casia RtnOe :<C: Dthra- *<? sOeidepoat. 1W: Brown vS?. KK: >'"">? lW; lT?W- !*; FU"| Tatrnd 110: Aid*. 116. , 1 ^RTH RACE-Ctalmin,: V* ta^rW olda and op; 1 114 mile- iBiIno. ,os- ^ Umiae. K5: xBaby Uncb rf^me Hjnj ir aim 1?: xCora Lone. 1<T; Ardent. W. W 1CT; xMary H.. if": Sayonarts. 110. j BinFTHr^tACE-Purae SI1*#: Mmmt ton handicap: three-year-oida and ?P- ? , ^ Sereneet, 100; Baa.1. 110; J. J. Mar i v ni - Prince of Como. 1T7. I "^kTH- RACE-0--W: w; ^33; | Sf?S,i. R?~. '.B; imp. lit. S*m (tod, 114. x-Apfm>ti? r-llowanr^ ciaimed. JAMAICA ENTRIES. rtR^T RAfE- Two-year old maiden fllUe*. fl,rfartong? l?ahinda. lit: Queet, of The ***? \\2 Polyr n (imp ), nt: -Darcin* CsnnrsL. ? ril^. *ir<L 112: 'Dtreridse. 1?T; Ml Ma, W. n^Uy limp.). I* Way II U-SP-). U*: ( S sScON D^R ACE - Three- 5 ea rold v"! M-rr Slaod limp.). Ill: Da?n Star. W^PMMe. 101: Kate Brtsht. Ill: Sur Cla., I*! Wheat Cakes, ill; Helen Atkin, 1IH: ;*aiJ^"l: Jyntee. 1M; Bn?!^?. ^ j ' rarexi R A rE- Three rear-old and nr: cfcam , inn- and a rftteenth: *Clotnl. 1C0; Little J yff. Homo- Sweet Home. 114; Ordesly. | #TlJ??Mbeeak. Id; Suiry Banner. Mf; \ ?Say. Ill: *PTf?to I^ynn. Ifl6; Dundreary, j giCS* GoWing (imp.). 96; Sky Na ^Peacber. W.; B^brtte, ?; BUzonry. j ' '"ioCKTH RACE?TWoJesr-olds; the Toothful ' _ C000 five and onehslf fnrlonsa: War ^3; S iort Brishton. K6; Hasnilal 1?: iwl'edse HI: tlrimalkin. IB; Crecari. 101. I nt-i-B 'raCE?Three-^ear-olds: mile aed sae " ?d.' Kate Brfht. 115; Trophy. 112; K ILdrf -a 5taveCle MO; Sotcracker limp.). Bote (imp.). US; Princete. in;Ore*?.^ '^IXTH BACt-fwja? olda and up: claim ii!St 110; DerriSb. lit; Cspt. Ra>. W; Hsr STn amZ S; -Uosdon. I?. BUI Sun noM MS: Sky Pilot. Mfc ""?AppmK.co allowance claimed. Tiftn Retail Flat stead. Scrastoo. June IS-?It letter-5 sent former owners of the Scranto i baseball team of the New York gtata Leaiue. Manager Jennings, of the Detroit Tigers, announces tMt the Bengals hare asked for waiver* <>n Catcher Ed Spencer and Pttahar Bill James. Spencer Is a Scranton boy. Detroit baa also de MSjed to recall Outfielder Plagatead Bus Chatunooga. in the Southern bauua. He is lesding tha latter iMlt in aUckwork. A LITTLE PILL?NOW EAT IT, BILL! rh e M/ser GOlH TO SWALVER , THtM WORt>S^_ r ot Bo**! fjjS; "Round Town" Baseball Is Feature Among Students *ew York. June 19?Shotguns, ri Acs and pistols are the only text books used in the athletic curric Uluin Of Lincoln Memorial Univer slty. This is probably the only uni verslty in the United States which haa not been affected seriously by the ? ar and where the sports have not been disrupted by tfce leaving of the star athletes. Situated as It is far up In the mountains near where the three states Join hands in endless strife Kentucky. Tennessee and Virginia where the students go to school only when the weather permits, and du ties at home are not too pressing the college year is now well under! way and the sporting season has' opened. Every afternoon the rugged moun tain men. many of them Over the1 draft age, gather on the college green to participate In the great American game, baseball. This is the chief game, football is unheard of and track events are limited to barefoot running races. When the students came down out of the mountains this spring' at the opening of the university ,h#m br??Kht with them their shotguns, pistols and ri knt'ves " carried lon? hunting ir7h- university authorities soon informed the new students that the ! twT.1 WCre "0t ne??ary when the> came to get "larnln." but they had a great deal of difficulty in im parting this bit of information ,na manner that was satisfactory to the student body. It was decided thl? year to add a course of military training to the usual studies of Teadln'. wrltin' and flsgers. When thi, was announced many of the student, were surprtod Iea"l that th<?re was a war going on, and refused to give up their guns. The authorities tried to get them to use a rudely fashioned tvpe "e ln drill work. ?W" SOOn 8een *hat unless would P?rml,,ed the? During the first weak 147 guns Tt*r? '"U" the Students, and it is doubtful whether the authori ties found anywhere near all of them. it is not an unusual occurrence for a rugged mountain boy to walk for miles over the mountains and make his appearance at Lincoln Memorial at any day which suits himself and make application for admission. No e?m."Ce """""nation ia necessary. Military drill has become the rrin sport event this year at this mountain college which boasts of the name of a university. It f8 truly a university where It is located, even I students are of grammar school character. w^wT"^^ 18 the one "rt which ttyeae m?n excel, and were they to compete with other colleges in this type of a tournament there would N> no doubt of the championship. Aext to shooting, the mountain men have learned to love baseball. Baseball as It is played at Lincoln Memorial is not of the type seen at the league parks er even In the bush leagues. "Over the fence is out.**' \ This time-honored rule is In effect."1 ard proves to be the beat safeguard i for the fielders. The "round town" game U the only one known to the mountaineer. I In this game the nine men. if there happens to be that many, play the same positions as ln organized base bull, except that the shortstop plays near the pitcher's box. When a bat ter is out he goes into right Held to work his way up to the plate again. L-t us say that they advance as fol lows. every man moving up one po sition each time an out Is made from right fle'd to center Held, from .center t, left, from left to third base, etc. Even the pitcher moves a* we"- the flrst baseman be the boxman and the pitcher rn, V,r b*hlnd the h**- As SOOB as another man la out the catcher is ret1r6d to the batttn* list, in , ".' record of rons kept; ?T' of t^ - .'r rUn* '* not the of> ter t2 '? "W' fOT the bat 'u ?1fke ? complete round of the Tn fh. ^lr.e.?y not ,oa|ng his place system thi~*( Dnder thta ? there '? naturally no ac count kept of the aumbe* of oi? about dying oV b^s"* ?0t atcUions th. u out?that 1*. unless he can handle^ his lists to advantage and make the ? player or players understand htm. j The game is continued from day, to day. the player# going in the^ same place that they were the day I before. If a man is not on the field when the game starts he automat ically reports in the outfield when he does Join. No one worries about his batting averages and there are no such things its pinch hitters or sacrifices. To Hold Regatta in Fall. Philadelphia, June 19.?At a meet ing atf the executive committee of the Schuylkill Navy, held at the j Hotel Walton, the proposal to hold j a regatta on July 4 was turned I down, but an amendment providing" for a big fall rowing event was j adopted, and a committee will shortly be appointed to fix the date and start the preliminary work. PURELY PERSONAL Melville Beay, formerly of the War Department, has recently been com missioned second lieutenant in the Re mount Division of the Quartermaster's Corp. Arthur J. May is in Chicago attend ing the Credit Men's convention. M .-s Ella Oppenheimer, formerly ot Central Hii?h School, is one of the honor students in the graduating class of Johns Hopkins Medical School. Major Harry Kauftman, formerly of Washington and a graduate of George town academic and medical depart ments, has recently been trassferred to the 115th engineers. Joseph A. Blondell, of Baltimore, mo tored over to Washintgon yesterday on a business trip. Robert Tucker, of 2715 Thirteenth street northwest, is visiting his parents in St. Charles, Mo. , Miss Mary L. McQuade has resign ed her position in the Postofflce De partment and returned to her home , at Hanover, Pa. Willet M Thompson, of the Labor Department, has resigned, Maurice E. Taylor has received an appointment as stenographer in the War Department. Enoch G. Blessing has received an appointment in the General Land Office. Joseph R. Foster of the Agricul tural Department has received a promotion. John E. Enrlght, of Cleveland. Ohio, Is in the city for a few days, j Paul K. Mearns has received an appointment as clerk with the De- j partment of Labor. Ellsworth A. Johnson has recov ered from h!g recent illness. Ralph H. Palmer Is In BufTalo, N. Y., on a short business trip. Wiliiam E. Carter of the Patent, Office has resigned. , Lieut. McQueen Bledsoe will ar rive today in Washington on a short furlough, which he will spend with his mother, Mrs. A. 8. Bledsoe, ^it1 her residence, 201t N. street norfh west. Clarence R. Wilson, District Food Administrator, has gone to Phila delphia on a short business trip.' Mrs. A. H. Lea^iy has been ap-1 pointed temporary teacher at the j "'/heatley Sehool. Mrs. Frederick A. Fernald has :oae to Boston. Miss Edith Dengler, in war work here In the Ordnance Department, arrived today after a ten days va cation spent at her home, Haw thorne Inii, in the Poconos. ? Miss Otta M. Ross, of the Pension Bureau, is spending a few days' vaca tion at Atlantic City. j Miss Grace TJnderwood has returned | from an eatended trip to Southern ? California. . . . j Judge Wallace K. Reardon, of Idaho. I who was taken suddenly 1U here a short time ago, had so far recovered . : hat he wrfs able to return home yes (ter<lay. , . ? I Miss "Vera G. Matlock will aper.<1 I her vacation in the Maine woods with ;a party of frtcads. I Mr,. Dolly Noble, wife of CoL R V. Noble, of Kentucky, who has fcec.i (visiting relatives In Washington for the past fortnight, went up to New York ci^y last night before return tng to her home In l*olsVllle. ' 1 j Mra Martha ft. Bridges; of Worces ter. Mass;,' returned to Jier heme yes ?Urnyrn,ii?'. *" FOR SAND-LOT TITLE. Entries for Annual Competition Will Close On July I. Johnstown. Pa., June 19.?The Na tional Baseball Association, in an announcement puh ished today, gives notification that entries for the annual competition to deter mine the sand-lot baseball cham pionship of the United States will close July 1. The executive board of the association will meet In De troit, Mich., July 15, at which time the schedule for the series will be formulated. Many teams located In large cities of the country will take part In the competition, including: Pittsburgh, 1 Johnstown, Cleveland, Canton, Akron, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, New Orleans and others. There will be two cla?ses in the intercity series, ama teurs and semiprofessfonals. Each city will conduct local elimination series to determine the team which will represent it in the national ? hampionshfp games. Lose* Pitcher Through Draft. S.t Louis, Mo.. June 19. ? Pitcher Horstman, of the St Louis National League club, has been drafted for service in the national army. The re lease of Tuere, another twirler, was also announced. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. Denis McLangh'.in. 91, and Roee McLaugh lin, 21, both of Washington. Rer. P. J. O'Counell. Leri Lowectha', 38, tod Sara FV>lb. 1*, both of Baltimore, Md. Rer. G. SUverstofie. William L. Dobsoti, 53. Perrin, Va.. and j Eaima Bayline, 32, Clintonrille, Wie. Her. J. T. Huddle. George A. Percy, B, Arlington. Mas*., and HaUie E. Davis, 13, Washington. Her. C. Wood. Bidiard L. Tlernan, 29, and Charlotte Ait kin, 25, both of New York City. Her. H. H. Welsh. Karl R. Lesh, 36, and Helen M. Tiffany, 29. both of Washington. Iter. G. A. Neekl. Leon P. Marshall. 22, Hanoter, Va., arid HadE. Powell, 22, Mangohick, Va. Bev. H. J. Goodwin. Elmer E. Bowers, 31. and Mary H. Walter. 33. both of Putnt of Poets, Md. Bcr. C. t Stack. Wallace Henderson, 32, and Abigail L. Prather 28. both of Washington. Rer. G. I. Humphries. George L. Moore. 23. Waahington. and Elear.or M. 'Coad, 23, Brand,wine, Md. Rct. F. M. W. Schneeweiss. Warren R. Seltzer, 27, and Lillian L. Daly, 2T, both of Washington. Rer. S. T.. Nicholas. Ed jar R. C. Hartley. 50, and Violet L. Pmn. 21, both of Washington. Her. D. R. Coveil. William A. Lasley, 37, and Eula M. Dawkins, 23. both of Washington. Rer. C. G. Cbappell. Albert S. Lawrence, 28, and Agnea A. Adams. 28. both of Washington. B ?. J. M. O'Brien. Boger A. Smallwood. 23. and Elizabeth Ben nett, 19, both of Wsshiugton. Be*. G, E. Biown. I George P. Talbert, 23, Oxon Hill, Md., and Harriet V. Rum; ?brie*, 19, York, Pa. Re*. A. T. Perkina. I Elmer C. Karkness. 27. Latrohe, Pa., and [Mary 9$ White, 27, Fredericksburg, V*. Rer. H. E. Brundage. I Edward A. Brady, 26. and Kathcrire C. I Pitriatrick. 25, both of Washington. Rer. E. I J. Magnth. | Alexander J. Gill, 27. and Gladys A. Doyle J. both of Washington. Rer. E. R.. Steven*, j Clarence B. Biggsrs, 27, ?nd Christine K. Hayes. 23, both of Washington. Rev. H. T. Hares. George A. Rocks, JB. and Mary L. Gssa, IS. both of Washington. Re*. J. Fltrpatrick. I Edward D. Carmacfc, 37. and Lorna E. Dyer, H, both of . Washington. Re?. J. 8. Mont ! gomery. I Philip M. O. Armstrong. 32, and Marjorie P. Clark. 26, both of Detroit, Mich. Be?. W. Radcliffe. j Arthur Z. Arnold, 38, and Gladys Thomas, 19, both of Washington. ReT. W. B. Flanagan. COLORED. [ Ellsworth M. Brown, 25, ?nd Gesteen Hoi land. ?. botk rf WMUsfteo. Mm t * Tijtur. w T- T" ?? Wjo'g*. * m m. r. qum. - a*d Cln, u Car JJjj,* ??* * W-WiWb. Her. W. A. I Blcbard T. Waters. C, tad a Newman, 19, both of Washington. Iter. F m! W. Schneeweiaa. ? W' *? *2*1. ****** *' Lmt White ry, B, kott ot Washington. Her. P. J. Ritchie. U, and Edna & Dona*. * V**'?"? ??? w- a-i BIRTHS REPORTED, _ _ _ WHITE. D?r*o and Dorothy F. Morel] hoy Kobrn E. and Witt C. AIM ua. iw. Antkooy *. and Alio II. Hur.t*. fM. *?? W- ??* Mmj O. Jooea, boy, ?*"> 0?mto u Burroagh. , iohn & end Kectie V. ho, Altert ?d CecU. U AlSESJ" ?S.' Darid and id, Kbrtich, girl. Georg.i H. ud MiaiM W. Godfrey. boy. Wm. 0. tod Ada Cornelia*, giri. OOLOREU Daniel ud Amitta Carroll. fUl. Charles and ft raJi a Mller, boy. Janae ad Hthel U. Waahlngtoa, gW. DEATH RECORD. WHIT*. Wm. D. I^iaeler. 51 jean. S20 Sooth Caj* toi street. John B. Futgerald. t ? I atreet nonbawL John Ganley. 25. TubcreiiU-aie Hoaplul Patrick J. Bmia. 79, 10S Maryland i venae, ?ovthcaat. Arthur V. Tbompaon, J, 1344 Half afreet ? 1*1*1 C. il'rtmtt' (JB. Dresden aputmenta. Cathoriaa K. Brian. 75. 1406 Betaoct M northwest. Mary T. Hart, 41. IS29 Jforth Oaplto] street. Cynthia A. Gard. 82. UH Bodid atnet north vaL Bessie H. Toy. M, IS Sixth street north^at. OOLOUKli. Addle Harahali, U. Garfidd HowttU. Bnmett Kinney, 19. 74 0 street ncrtheeet. BlanObe P. Brown. ?1. 309 C atreet northwaat. Banter Bell. ?. WaAintton Aayluo HaarttaL Mary Maade. I. K Third atnet aonthwaL Edmocia Fletcher. 70. Fteedmena Hospital. GUse RobUiaon. 71 FVaadmana Uoarttai. Jessie M. Bell. IT. IX Maria road. Keain Bi-nea. 4, 1417 Fifth street northweat. THE^BfcHERALD Published every day In the year . by The Wft?hlngfon Herald Coin bany at 425-429 Eleventh atreat, Washington, D. C. Telephone Exchange ? Call Main 8800. (For classified advertisements ask for Branch 1). Member Audit Bureau of Circula tlon. CLASSIFIED RATES Wanted Help Wasted Situatiooa Wanted Coonu and Board.. Tor Ront R Kima... Wanted Mjscellanecus Fw Sale Mucellaneoua Lcat and Ponnd Auloc^oLilea ONE CENT A WORD (Minnst'in Ch&it , Kc.) I Foot lines or iesa, one time, 25c. Bante ad. | thre-j cti|i?.utiTe timet., 50c. Oier ftrjr line*. II c?it per vord each insertion or three oon 1 aecutive insertions for the rr^oe of two. All Other ? la??tflrattoas-_ Per Line? * ^ - IS rent* 2 time* ronwcutirely 12 cer.ta J times consecutively 10 ccnte f time* ron^eeuttvely ? oenu 90 or more time* consecutively T cent* Minimum two lin^a 1 cent a line e*tra for claf-^ifled bUck-face type and c-wta. FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES THE B C BECK WITH SPECIAL AOE.NCl New York Office Trih iut- Bid* Chicago Office Tribnne BMg i Detroit Office C9 Ford Bldg I St. Lmui Off:?* Third Nation*? Hank | DIED. BEf.L-On Tuejsda3*. June 18, 1918, at 7:45 a. m., JESSIE MAT. daughter of Walker E. ana Ada ft. Bell and | , sister of Eugenia and Margurlte j : Bell. I Funeral tomorrow at J :30 p. m.. Crom ' Mount Airy Baptist Church, L, i street northwest, between North. Capitol and 1st. AN?On Monday. June 17, 1918. at ' her residence, 1406 Belmont stroet northwest. CATHERINE E.. wife ot the late J. T. Bryan, a*red 75 years. ? Funeral at 2 p. m. today. Relatives and friends invited. Interment pri vate. E/SBT-SMITH-On Wednesday. June1 13, 191S, at 2 a. m.. at her residence In this city. WILIIELMlNE MARY j EASBT-SMTTH. widow of Will iam Rujsell Smith and last sur-, viving child of the late WiM.am' Easby. Funeral services at St. Aloyslua' Church at 9 a. ra. today. Intertoent at Mount Olivet cemetery. ' GANLEY?Departed this life Tuesday. June 18, 191fc, at <? a. m.. at Tubercu losis Hospital JOHN W. GANLEY. beloved hvsband of Ro&ie Ganley (nee Soper). . Funeral from his late residence, 62b! Hth street northeast, today, at 2j p. m. Interment at Bell's M. E. Church, Prince Ceorge County. Md. J I' VIT-On Tuesday. June IS, 191S, at her residence. 1829 North Capitol i street, MARY E.. beloved da ugh- ] ter of Hannah (nee O'Connor; and Uie late John W. Hart. Funeral today at 8:30 a. m., from her late residence; thence to St. Mar tin's Church, where mass will be; said a; 9 a. m. for the repose of her ; soul. Relatives and friends invited I to attend. Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Automobile fun eral. (New York and Chicago pa- j !>ers please copy.) FRIES?On Tuesday. June 18. 1918. at 4:45 a. m., at 1718 5th street southeast. Congress Heights. ES TELL.E JEFFRIES (.nee Smuck), beloved wife of Presley N. Jeffries. Funeral from above^ddress tomor row at 10 a. m. Interment at Con gressional Cemetery. (Baltimore papers please copy.) INSTOM?Suddenly, at Riverdale. Md . RUEBEN LE GRAND JOHN STON, beloved husband of Virginia del Castillo, In his sixty-ninth year. Funeral at Riverdale. Md.. today, at 2 p. m. Interment at Beltsville. Md. Relatives and friends invited. ANE?On Tuesday, June 18, 1918, j at 8:10 p. m.. MAROARET ; KKANR (nee O'Connor), beloved I wife of John J. Keane. T7uneral from her late residence, ! 1227 Tenth street northwest, Fri day, June 21, 1918, at 8:30 a. m., thence to the Imm^ml^te Concep tion Church, at 9 o'clock v~here re quiem mass will be said for the repose of her soul. MaAN?On Tuesday, June 18, 1918,: at Georgetown T*niv?>rsity Hospital. RUTH CHILDS. daughter of J.. Leroy and Emmaretta Millan. Fjmeral service in the Episcopal' Church at Fairfax today, at 4 p. m. : WELLr?On Wednesday, June 19. ? 1518, at his residence, 65S Maryland avenre northeast, DENNISON P. ROWEIJi, beloved husband of, Clara R'?v#?Il. Tuneral s^n 'caa at Oak Hill Ceme- ! tery Cbnr'l. Saturday, June 22. at j 2:30 p.' m. Relatives and friends! invited. VE?S ddenly, on Monday. June 1 17, 1918. at 1C:30 p. m.. PAUL WILLIAM, the b r "ed and only i child of Charlea F. and Florence V. Stone. Funeral will tnka pl^ce t^day at 3 o'clock from his late re idence, 818 East Capitol street Private. TIOMPSON?On Tuesday, June 18. 1918, at 7 a. m., at his residence, 1314 Half street southeast. VER NON A. THOMPSON, beloved son of Wilford and Glennie Thompson Notice of funeral herea. HOR^^ON?Departea cn:s lire Sun June JC 1918. at the Home for tlte Aged and Infirm, at Shepherds I Point. D. C. HARRIET THORN TON, ffte of the oldest members of! T'nlon Wesley A. M. E. Zion 1 Church. The remains can be j viewed at the People's Funeral Service Corporation. 1700 Ven'.ont avenue, th<s morning. Funeral services today at Vnlon Wealev A. U. E. Zion Church. lAI, street between L and M, at lp. a, f!ev. T. J. Moppins officiating. J ?After an illness of eight months, he little daughter of William J. Toy, a member of the city Are de partment. died from dropsy, a few years ago the llt?le giri. whle-rid ing a Wcvde, coll'ded with a street car, receiving severe bruises c? the ' scalp and losing fingers of her I right hand. She never seemed to Uaorecghly recover from the nerv ous* shock. Later tahnt'ar heart trouble de\-Toped, ci hter death. Her father la the only DIED. member of her family W(l to h?r lose. Remain* will be Ukeo to Colyeper, Ve... for totenueat. ? A DDET - HFLEN HENRIETTA, beloved daughter of Richard H and Carrie E. Waddey. Funeral from her late residence. Nil O street north west, tomorrow. Relatives and friends invited. ENN?On Wednesday, June U, 1918, at 739 a. m , ROSEMARY. Infant daughter of Robert L. and , Catherine wrenn (nee Casler). 1 Funeral tomorrow from the real-! ^^enoj^^JWl^Md^jrtreet^^northwest. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS Trlepk Mala SB 12-WiS* irao-a2 P? iTcBtr W W CkBihm S P ' W. W. CHAMBERS CO. 14M Ch?H? M. I. W. Modern Phaprl Day or Night Pbw *, We f?w Automobile Servtor Bxcla<W'h FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER KXPRE>*:.l PL'*K AJ. KMBI.EMP Ph<>r? V ?Y MOD CR ATE PBK-ES *1*11 * Prompt and Careful Aut< Deti?*n farrier Appropriate Floral Token. I Code Broi. Co, 1214 F Street Prompt tnto mrrum J HELP WANTED?MALE. BOYS ? a chaace to thronfh lie vacation months. We want a ??i hostler in every section 01 the city to take cJaan fieii ad*, for The Washkftoa Her aid. Come eariy and get the agency in your district. Call for Mr. COPELAND, Washington Herald. WANTED - CONDUCTORS AND1 motormen; wages 30 cents per 1 hour for first year up to 35 cents per | hour at end of fourth year; credit given former trainmen for previous i 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 sts nw., Washington. D. C. je8-tu,th,}a BOY WANTED?ONE WITH ordinary school education to learn printing trade. Excellent opportunity for wide-awakt boy. Apply after 7:30 p. m. to FOREMAN, He.-ald office. WANTED-STABLE MAS AND BOTT'-K I wJiot. ARLINGTON BOTTLING CO.. rth | ilu ie'^X j COUNTER MAS; BEST WAGES IK THE' citj. VICTORY IXJSOH. ;t:i I'? i?. )?lS-7t WANTEt>- TlUFfitr IjISHVVASHEHS AND two bos bc>?; be^l ws^es. VICTORY LUNCH. J 1714 Pa. a?e. )e!*Tt ; W ANTED-CHArFFECR. FORD FTR.Vl ture truck. Apply V(I?0!( POCTOH ??.. Tf 7th Ft. nw. JelJ-t nREMAN-LAUNDRV-STEADY j employment for reliable man; ' eood salary. Apply NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO., 19 to 23 Pierce st. nw. je!8-3t WAREHOUSE" TUI'CKfcKd. A l?\Y. j Ap]4y to TI ilEKr-ETER. A4amt Espr^w j i '*j . f* co?<3 A Pre rfs.. ?e. J^lS-tf ; WANTED - WAREHOUSE TRUCK ERS;! whi+e and colored: $3.0* per day. Airly . TIME KEEPER. Adarna Eipr-m. 2nd * E>?* ft*, ne. jell tf j wanted-<x>i>)T:et> porter-- for in side work. S'eadv pcsitiou to njrfct man. I Br.r* rrf-?micfs. CsU at TOPHAMP. 1*? K ? ?t nw. y?l?3t j CHAUFFEURS Must be above draft age. Per-' rranent positions; highest salaries paid. Apply it once. HUB FURNITURE CO.. Seventh and D Streets. ?ANTED-BOY To SERVE HERALD rou *. Apply Mr. OOLRTNEY. S G at. n? ^ tf ^ EXPERIENCED WANT AD SOLICITOR WANTED For buriness section of eitjr. Apply to Mr. COPELAND. Washington Herald Officc. 1 WANTED - RRAKEMEN FOtf POTOMAC yard, 15 crnta per hour; also car repairmen, machinist#, helper*, carpenter*, freight brak? o.en. firemen and other ?ccwpations a' rkrioua point*. Per.na.'lvania Railroad. Apt'y J? New Jeremy ave. ?e. myl# tf ? ATTENTION 1 j BOYS! Do your bit by earning money yourself: good wages paid for de livering The Washington Herald. See H. TEMPS. 1018 K st ne.. at once. tf , | BOY WANTED TO RERVE HERALD < route. Apply 919 6th s? mylf-tf WANTED-pook. BEST WAGES. VICTOR Lunch, 1721 Penns",Iraaia arenue northwest. JeI7-7t HELP WANTED?FEMALE. CLERK?6 MONTHS* CLERICAL work expcriei.ce required. Apply CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO.. 808 12th st. rw? second floor. je20-3t WANTED - EXPERIENCED stenographer. Apply Mr. EASTMENT, first floor Her ald office. WANTED?GIRL FDR GENERAL HOOK w<*t. Apply 17*3 Church f nw mpaa 1 j HELP WANTED?Male A Female W.\NT?I?-A FIKhT CUtti ? 1. fc U K white, tnale or female tur a fir*' claai cal-. ^ood aalerr *'a!1 Al.fcX m ape* " ; FOR RENT-ROOMS. 6M F 8T. NA*.-THREE room*; THIRD floor: H3.C0 per month; do chL^ran. D. H. JOHNSON. CO., 1333 H U. nw. jel? FIMftlSHKD. i?l llASS. aVE. NvV.-EAttGE BOOK BClf- ! able (or thre* geoUonn*. all ccmrra*ncn; central. > FOR RENT?HOUSES. ~ ? "rmflsn. I T(Jtt rfIvt-h room and bath aotik. completely furnished la baat part of dty; b"" water heat; front tod rear pjrcbea acd ia.? a?tl. Phme Columbia 9T|. j FOR SALE?HOUSES. ff SEAToN NW.?A SjtOOi- AND dATB trick; ?!<--rin? porch; furnace for It c?t. tumrlr K.ML. D. B. JOHN SON OO. 0* H H. nw. Police Depvtmeat Kill/.** Fire Department fj:i Cv. Department of Jwtk* Haia 1C . U. S. Secret Serrice (nigbt) CoJir i.v5 0. S. Secret Serrice (d*y) K^ic ^ U. S. Marshal ZC. FOR SALE?SUBURBAN. PoCk KIxjM. deta -BED COTTAOC; pJM cuL; citj water; gaa. gardac.. near cart, one fart; aebool. ehzrek. wtita neignborboud h. A. DONOVAN. ?3fc Central i*a fta.. Wood rtdrf*. jelHi I FOR SALE?OUT OF TOWN. ? ACRES AND GENT-EMAS'B OOC.NTBY uome oo railroads near Wu'ju.'oo tor ?s'e J. LEo KOLB. D. C. jrlt * UH ACBlS OX UAilJTON 20H5? a"nT> Newport X*?i trolly; <*5) feat water fmot. I with riparian nchta: auitahla far vndwatna) baa pitaJ or h"tel wtr; C nxti* with cky hap. yae- ! ruund r "idetx*; reached by Boat or Nw York, Phils.. Bait" and Watw.inft*n brat* and railroads. J. LBL KOLB. Waafamgtoa. u. C REAL ESTATE dome f*ay ? H'Of or tntvao mi at CABIN JOHN PARK! WBT NOT TODAY? For tdaTa :!!??( rat b?ofc?. and tnll partv lara ah-;:* ibea* Sttla t?rnu a'traemt b<w< ?ilea, and to* pne*?. ?ee m write J. S. TOMLINSON. a siirTHERN bum; m*IK ??# Six b-? horses aod bonratow* r-*dy far 6, eCkn, tl.H0 to 12.500. Lacy ter?a. Careful lnveatmenta Of noney in Firs; Deeda M I mat (F.rat Hut fiasir, oo Waehi:.*Um. U C.. Real Eatate a] ?a i K-v? the full inter e* promiaed and the return of all the priori pie due. regardiet* *t the raryinf tacooaea and tal-jca of other ?nn tie*. We have t?en Biioc?a*f-jlly eufagad ui making tbeae :aie*tn^mi for our tli< nta for mere t.'-an a quarter of a century Ihtmi menu. IW R to HO |UC. at 5. ?*? .?d f t? r cert now ready for dti'*erj Larp? i nt'Ji sti made. ?wm p saundfrs & co, S-uiij." j Cai'.i'.iti. $07 i 3t. LOiT. LOOT-TCfci-PAY E\ LNISU, POSSIBLY OS ?trect car. il?aiia er*i4oj? cvmuailius j, o ture? of children. Flauer Inridly mum to W A8HINGTOX HEBALD office. lyjST-SIL' Ek MEDAL OF HOWARD TlfT Teralt>; rrwa: ' O. F. HOLUES. SS T at. rvr.. phone N 4?15. je2D !t ui?t ?svhe ?vimTMiGl?yi??SAL at ward; c-wnnitn*teate with JCDSOK C. PEWTBBR. W Ifth at. nw jel^Sl r vUlT. fcTKAY K)~ OR tttt?LEy. PKU^H acar on fort foot; liberal reward. Pbaaa (Tetriwd .-Si. Jel9-3t FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS. NEWSPAPER BOLTS- FOB SALE; GO? 1? aecuon oi nortbweat. in fund condition m enable terms. AprU ClBCl LATION MAN A<j KR, Herald office. nay-15-tl WOOD FOB KIRLI'LACT "BoTT.tKTTrk race and at* te. S15 per oorf $4.50 prr \ enrd llso fplit k-.ndhn* wood in any Quanv*> Cal> l.infolti 3P?1 fc^r pron.pt deliTcry mc!>4 tf WANTED TO BUT. WIU. CAT.L IN IfT rMXTTEHED APTO isebile. <rty or wjbi>rbac. and pa rou hv*c^? trices far iadie* pt-rTlemrn's. ch_idrr? a die carded dothn* of all deac*irt??o* Addreaa poMai or pbonc I will call ? BJCE St 7th at. nw. N 1756 MONEY TO LOAN yoNki r^? loan <?h ahpbov F.o rm real ?<a?? at lr?w**t current ^*na. pnnle#ra ?;tb resject to pnor r?>tn(t<ta TYLEIl A BrTHLRKQRb. lae.. fT 1Mb U tf MONET T<? LOAM-WQ TO S? 90T ON D C naal estate Sererai truar fund* 41* tc S prr cent All tranMc'iona conducted with ?eoroou ca! -Mcderatuin fo* borrower* \VV H ?4f NnFB?? A CO.. .-others Brnldi t?. iff 1Mb ct ow ?f FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES. HEVBOL*2T TOrRINO CAB; F1B8Y fT.AS's coaditieo; 1500 ca.?i; wfB demonstrate af**r 5 P IP. ITT. S%d at. nw Pl.JBe Waat ISO-W. jm-St Al TO ACCESSOR I KB. TI BE BA BOA 1 X??STANDARD UAKrS 3&*3 r ? yxi% ?7 ? Safa V. i 12?3B\?** 31*4 1 .f5 r*4 -Bis 53s4 ....? :?;jm 34a4 ?K!."7xi 94 11 Mail Orders Shipped t O D.. aubjeet to Ap pr?wa!. Old Tirea Tnk-n at Part I'aymewt Op.^n Ere* in<F a**d Sundaj M \ Ml AT TAN TIHKS CO^ 1^? llth st. ow. Fra-kl'n TIB THANKS FOB ATTENTION ?rm RrV4f?K BROKEN CAST IRON And . tbrt metal ??- .1 ?> ? i -w WGUMT CO.. *!0 SC. J. a?e nw. Lin r< We VotMf lt? ordrt and '??iwt* refn r? ANT 8E?Vi4'B. 4*1 TIMF AM **U|? ? A"toa -J any iraae anr a(f ? t*?w*d ? Ford* tixed whilt too wai' ^ HOT MACKEY ili 1Mb *t aa Lmo a ? FOR SALE?GARAGES. OCT A GAUAGC TI# XT WILL OI TLA'H an> (arage is the mirtft in ?rrf?'aw dum UHt? and criee V T U Bl EN <4? C ?* ?>W %l FURNITURL CRBnil c Zl. CA^H cash a arniture cm nn IIUPBU4?I1> PtofMiUar Prl e tarf Moir Morr. Mfc A K u BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. uiKnnw sniKE\? a\u ?hadi.9 WINDOW SHADES ? IDE To op.DFB Ber* Ora^i e on H H R?lk>ra 1. G PBEINhEBl ..\?. H 4 ? L ??? ?? - EFRIGERAT0RS, ICE BOXES. REFRIGERATE T:S Th*t Are Superior NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO. We build t<? order Any size refrigerator. 611 F St N. W. Fraaidin Z7S7. ROVING. PACKING, SI SAFfcTY HUT *K*U~4TfcL' KaHu-i Kwn? p arte -p M' ? ?? it I MTK? Ml TV> ?T?.?*/*?? at. mm Pboni kl 091 Mil i-? ?*s it i:;* rl" P?lVl?-? ? A *T?'h - 1 ft. uricft i MOVi^ *? tetnilti 1*1* (MUrfu ?? If band!- y or PACK*.** of fuan. n . bra*. etj. ?t|? >?n<( ?? u. ? MiiPPIbu ?< al! p?r. ?* STOftACF <ci 'nun ir? '?"M *o U KRIEG'S E -rv ? f :.R-p JUNK H. IV ? 4 n EYEB ftJM'C ?r *1/ . ii prices is our tw^ i ? o mac's t jn c. -Uuctg t! sr* a - u plentiful th?*y ?re and it oolj rerd cmtlay to buy and we arc m ? <1 "ideMra*" suck: Oa a writ* us JI STH O' D 81 \XD. ?r 1? DR. R2H ") SP^'AL ~ S04 S:VEHTT T ' ovrs -<> v. ttr.m* ;!-nits ? ? Ft ' * "rti ? . ? 1 I ,.r r- -r - lo? ' Ch^ppft L?*w *? CQ;?S*i ir *4 l*rf\a?f Unltiiix It. ( otirr Hc:r- !l' u ? . :? EDUCATION \L Languages ma IK lib ">rraa m?\ I* tern a! j SPECIAL KOTICZ \ I O.Pce i f the ' WASHINGTON CVS 1.10 413-417 10th L N. * % Washing, >n. P. C 1 Berlnninif with tr jr 12. 1^18. and until f -rth the Commercial OfMc?? o. pany will close a: 1 ?0 +>'c -?n Saturday. The !nr.-? flee (bfc^rinent) w'.!! ? ** vatial to rt-c*?1ve r.- ' ?UCTI0N SM | SALE OF I KUx ML L j boi'.acli<u4 fMds i jr ?i c! * ! iMrebv give L-'-aT an bi>: ? r ; at it a m.. ti;e*<e w.'li ue * ? a . Uon in the rooo* of C. fv, ! Inc.. 14P" <5 Wafc*1 ^iTu'T- t* ? ? tietif for attract ~bar#r% <-.c . i all buy tuid g?*d*. pc **? - ! sro.jijr rlh W. B. M s 4 ? i. J ?of Mrs. Julia A And*.* A. : ! Mr*. C. 11^ C I Cart. M* Waftj L ' lark. ' i? | Mr." tl. P. Doolittic. l.i*r t 1 %. j La Be!?e MUa F I ? key. 14. b. Mc^L> A e' N a art. I OS SATCBUAY JI Nfc _ o'clock L It tr fW'i '-1 t:* ? Storage Coinptay s r ?r? uh >. street acr.hwc^t. W.V.i n^t.?c. L) < be sold at pebiir aortic , to : I ? ftoraae ch*rir?* etc. di?e ? i u furv.iuur and per?-r ?* r t .? ? QM.?.tr of * T B- v-. I., j c; Coler. Johr. M H <? r. J U J S pbax. A P. Te:.~i I# ?' ? l? UNITED STATES S*1 ? fl i t prcf: DEl'A .Jk|" ??! in;'is TT 4ui>l*catc ? i!l f ? naul 2 ?Vi vfc the-, ,* ? . ? bu.lrr b? t.cc s ?'> 1: }' r. ocds ce ?iili ;? ? | u._y U c^ ? <i ?* j t1 rk of the I ??;??? ' t?. i. cc; a-y a I ? , ject any part t 8, rr- s:y cf 4'* ? I J~r ? . ! - i i* i ; i r 1 1 ; ? J tbe ci . j*, rot ?? T? if * j duo* it 1 *? 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