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THAT SECOND-HAND DESK IS MARKETABLE
THROUGH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.
HERALD WANT ADS
Phone Main 3300 Herald Want Ad Department :
TOF^SfcHERALD
Publltbed eTery d?y In the year
ny The WasMngton Herald Com
pany at 4?5-4?D Eleventh ?treet.
"A'aahlngton. D. C.
Telephone Exchange ? Call Main
1100. (For classified advertisement?
ask for Branch 1).
Member Audit Bureau of Circula
CLASSIFIED RATES
?antes Heir.I Q^E
Waatatt. siTuataoLa. .TNT
?aated Roorua aad Board I +*?***
Ft Bent Kocssa. ?* A
Wasted Mlatt- anecoa. WORD
?Or 9aJ. Mlacellatiroua. iMinm in
'-eat aad round.J. Charajr, ate >
foot ?:nea ot lane, oo? tun?. Se. Baa?, ad
ihre? cotaarcutia? unie? fJOc.
All Other ? laaalOratlona?
Per I ? ??
? htm ._.l? tanta
I tiaiea eonaee?i-;?r!?.l? carota
1 tine? la?iaaaratn,l?.10 aarou
? ?itaaaa rosa.ratl.ei?._?orto
SS or mor, tata?? conaeeutiaelj.? orata
Mtntmtxna t,o linea
FORKir.1 RF.PIIEaK-aJTATlVe?
THS ?. C BECKW1TH si'ECIAL AUESCT
Neat Tort Office.Tnbuoe H:.l*.
Calcato Office.Tribama Pl.t?
Datroit Offle?.tt? road Bid?.
?t. laanl?? QtT?ce ... Third NaU^al Ban? P'.'a
HELP WANTED?MALL
WASTED?-T\V.>"rnl.OREn BOTS AS D1SH
BTAND, ? il ?at. market, eel? X
HAIE.??IAS FUR AST1QIB ST08B -T ?Tk,
??ui and ?aiaarieucaa. Appli BOX %i.
aalJX
W ASTE D-COLORED iHAI'PFELll T< I
mra Ford deiner, ,ar; rariu? reference? Ap
ri? ?????? S. 13? r at. rat _a??"?! *
TWO DISHWASHER*. iT?OD W?i\l?>~, i
???nd rio?irv ?? ? n?. RERES'S I"AFE.
ael?-?t
Hiir?TLEK. f.? WEEK SITO NEIDER BK.
i'?i. 115 Ere nw. , ? ?
A llAN WITH .'??'?^??????'??????G AKt> A
anowledse <?f N?j k keeping fur a poaiuoo in a
raai ?ratal? office.
JAMBS F. SHEA.
SO La, aar. nw. ?el? Tt
A TOLNG MAS OR BOY OVER II ISAM
of a?% to collect rent? In a real ?tat, tifica.
?ME? F. SHEA.
aaO La. aae. na?. aeleVlt
BOY WA?laVU HOOP WAGES. APPLY I
KLEBBLATTS, llth k H ata. ne. aelS-ft
WANTED-MACHIMsT? TO BI'II.I> SM1TU ;
F:?rna-a-Track attaHimanta and work on, Ford
rara. ?ori? RECORD ALTO CO.. Ine 133 i
fa. a?e. nw. aclTJt j
WASTED-i'?oD RELIABLE i'HAUF? ?
??G?; atea?!? Job: trvd was?;,; one oaer tbe ?
?irait aae ApptT ?It I? at. nw. et-*: X j
WANTED? MENTO LEARN THE !
most essential industry at the |
present time.
Schools are now being formed to j
teach the various branches of ship- ?
building.
Apply to the Virginia Shipbuild- ?
ing Corporation's representative at I
the UNITED STATES EMPLOY-:
N?ENT SERVICE, 1410 Pa. ave., j
Washington. D. C. se15-tf !
l.n?"~?iTH III? V, LE TO SERVE H ER ALU I
tu Cleaelard l'.*rk auction; Silii per aaaoath
?air. -, basi?. Apply ?"IR-I
III. ?1 1(?\ MASAI KK. Herald "(Tire, ar? tf I
SEVER?L"G?ODnBOYS"\VANTED ;
to deliver ? he Herald; $8 to $10 ;
per month; can make ex'.ra money
collecting. Apply 1018 K st. ne.
aeTtl
???;.?T?Pr.aTAIiL. ,'R 111i.ll SCBtaniTEl??
: I clank Apt), CIRCULA
?? ?? ????'? . I'-ra.d ?.?l'Ice. _
W" ??TF.ri"~??? ?????? FOR POTOMAC
*: r. ai.j car reuairnien,
V-iL?r,. r?r,?e??tera. freisi?? tra??
.r .? I r||,?r orrnpatinna at ?ari. ua
p, ? ?. F ,.??- :? ?Ol? lla:(-??d. Apri? MB New
I ? . ?? aaria-tf
. L^PTTAIT?RACT?ON"
COMPANY
' - MECHANICS and ^AB'Mt ;
t.'.'- . . ir r??- ? G? f ,r *?*...?. ibop? a.? d?nUOII '
car bare*.
- railway ?or? ? ?tuto Baton ? ?''????-*?1 ?
by ?'.>. fwHBiMBt mm ESSENTIAL ?mplo-ycpt. {
?'.t??--ut '??(?e^i and trre trjnsportaUf-n of? I
OUT ilT\**X
\ : f, MASTER MECHANIC at ?l-of?. I
3? \I it nw. a,2tf i
I
GOOD ROUTE BOY. APPLY TO
H. E.SMITH, 803 C st. s?*?^_tf.
WAREHOUSE TRUCKERS
$4.18 Per Day.
Apply to the Timekeeper,
AMERICAN RAILWAY
EXPRESS CO..
2nd and Eye sts. ne.
HALT!
Boys, help Uncle Sam.
Earn money to buy W. S. S.
and Thrift Stamps by de
livering The Herald. $10 a
month and $2 a month bonus.
Apply Mr. S. TRAVIS. 819
3d st. nw._ tf
WHITE MEN AS~W?REH?USE
men; full or part time, between
S p. m. and 6 a. m.. at 33 cents
ser hour. Apply Mr. USILTON.
light delivery clerk. American Rail
way Express, 2nd and H sts. ne. tf
-ABORERS^FOR WAREHOUSE
work; $4.18 per day. Apply to
Timekeeper. AMERICAN RAIL?
WAY EXPRESS CO.. 2nd and Eye
>ts. ne. _^ ff
5RE?TWRITERS FROMTaTm:
te 10 A. M.; 35c per hour. Ap
:>ly Delivery Department AMERI
TAN RAILWAY EXPRESS. Second
>nd H si?, ne. aul7-tf
AAXTUi-BllT TO SCMVE H KRAL ?
???? Appi? Ut COCRTNEY. Hai,
?_^^^_^_^_^^^_^^__ tt
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
?ASTEJ? SAI.?STXfJ??a ?;, ???GG ? At?CN"
KLIXBLATTr?. Utb A R ata na. ?u-Jt
HELP WANTED-MALE. HELP WANTED-MALE.
THE WASHINGTON RAILWAY
& ELECTRIC CO.
Have Positions Open for Good Men Either
Within or ABOVE THE DRAFT AGE as
Conductors or Motormen
? "ESSENTIAL WORK"?GOOD PAY
Our new wage scale i? a? follows:
First three months of service. .43 cents per hour.
Next nine months.46 cents per hour.
Thereafter .48 cents per hour.
APPLY ANY ?MORNING THIS WEEK
(Except Thursday)
Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 12 m. (noon).
WASHINGTON RAILWAY
& ELECTRIC CO.
INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT.
14th and East Capitol Streets.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
WANTfcD-BY A LARO ? PtTTBBUB?B
G?p. ????<t*1 ladiea for our aelling fore?; to
thoae that i-m tjotUty ;?<tt?.????? positiuoi with
1-lai-i ?ajary ar? aiaiued. Apply l?ct t? 9 or
after 9 p. tn.. 40? Stewart Bide? **1*'?
saleslady for Avng?B h?w?kb ;
?Ut? aaUrr tad t?p?r1efic?a. Apply BOX ?:%.
Borali of?.ee. _eel>3t
WANTUm: ? M I'BTENT lac ? ?> ? Em
three ?Jays a week. 2MB rima. ate, nw. *e\9-\
\\.\NTED-WaifB WOMAN*. OB (ilKL.
general booae work; *t*y nifhti; lood w.*.e%.
&*2 G ?-in. a.e. nw._ac-W-?
A LADY WITH A KNO\VI.m>;E OK lUMJlT
keeping fur a elencai ;?nuUon in ? reai ?uta
off IC?.
JAM!? F. SURA.
6*3 la. afe nw. eelS Tt
WANTED?YOUNG LADY FOR
clerical work with some knowl
edge of bookkeeping. Apply Mr.
EASTMENT. Herald Office.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CI? Mi.lt.iAN ST. NW.?ROOM ?UlTABUa
for esas? cir taso girls, asrlsVIl
?.NB LA?tUB MIVGI.V ??'?.??????G??; ? G
rvcam on ?second, ftrior; near b?tli; I
??.>1; rt-.r Nfs? Biiresa'l. Agriculture, ?i
Ki.lt rVpta. ; on. hall room saine flair; nctr
bath: call t..?'? r? ? ? p. m. 1?U O ?t. ave
??1*1?
WANTED-ROOMS.
BKFiMBo roma man. ?p??te?ta?t,'
v?jnT?H ?irgle room ir? privat? family; b? n,e
liWo stiiTo-.nd.njpi : north?t?*.t, '?xti-.m prete? ed ;
? ?? references. l'h.?i)?e Main CTO, branch 3L33.
_*-_"_
WANTED?ROOM AND BOARD.
l: E Kl NKl?'. XU 'PLB 1 'KM ? ?? It' " ? \| AMI
b ari; centrally locateti. A'M ree "II " Heg?
?!?1 aflie?, eel9-tf
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
Vail SAI.K
Pelui.tf'il Wa*h?p?.w? RHghta.
?nd ? mm% *i*m
* rooms, fin? bath.
H - A\tar heat, wnle \tt.
Prire. $3.000. ??-.,!- $.7*> r* b.
Full coinim?-.:? d to brokers.
FOR SALE
Var .Rth and Lament atnfrta.
3 ?f r ?*??. 9 mom* and bath.
N u- $?,?>? retudencea.
? I ? ? ? .? ?'? e*>h.
??. Vt. ? CALL \rsi Sea York at?*, nw.
* ... M.;in J.KO. Call Itesi.knee. Coljrotia G?6.
aelTtf ;
FOR SALE?SUBURBAN.
?I III i;i:.\N KoR BALK BY OW.NEK
?'Irait?^l in army) l>:vk ,?"1 tile? baDgakw;
haM? od flonn; two t lie? l?n:li-., etc. : far??*;
- u : n. B:.te G.??. Call ? ab ? -?M. ???-*
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
ATTTIAITIVE SI nitlBAN BOUES.
J S. TOMLI.N?';N. El SO BLDO. SJ. Ill?
Su oeve l.msvs and bungalow? reads for iev
?t>-ction. II??? to 1Z.W Kan term?
Careful Investments
Of money in Fir? Deeds of Tm? (Flrat Mctt
?a? ?j on Waihiugtoa, Li. C, IL'al Errale al
?im gite O?a full interest promised and the
retan of ail th? prtneifle doc, regard le^e of
tii? laryias; im-oxea aod ?al*?re of other atcun
ttea. We haie taro ?? ? laafill?j ??p? ? >p
maKtng th??? mfeatinent? for our -lUDta for
mere t-a.i a Quarter r! m century Invert
navata, $35?, $500 to $10,000. at ft i* r cert oow
re?dy ior df! ?ery. Large ;nteatineut* made
WM. H. SALNDERS & CO.,
Soulhern Building, 807 15th Si.
J^OST.
L06T-GOLO POL ? TA IN BEN WITH MY
mam** ?-ngra.eU on it; Xi reward If rat rr .1 t ?
M A. HY.NN-, 1 -iC M ?i-a ??.-. a >
Uj5?- A BBOW.N I'OCKKIHUOK CONTAIS?
mg a ring, &ma!l ch.tngti and a Bombai ?f
K-nlfll. pictureew Howard if returned to 1(1 Md.
J?e. aw._aetd-it
?j m ???\%???* ?*ob thk ??rrt un ?S
inforraati'ni leading to the return <jf the ?la
tente of a boi luet from Mefrhaate nw, *?-.!t:urbiiTi
deiner? Monday, September 9. L H. ADAMS,
2801 I'pton at.
UU,T-SMALL FLAT <;KKK? VV BSE 1?
brlineid'-T'i grocery ?tor? Morula y, September
If, 1918. abcut 2 30 p. in., containing $3) bill;
entail heart ahaped gold locket a:i?l receiptj;
ii'.der will be liberally rewarded if anna ia re
tum.'d to Mrs. TL'HI?IN, D? Itti et ne. eel? It
? isT-l-aaMK? G? ? ~S V ? HO V SV ? ?> U ?
pearl* m down town fu-ction ; reward if re
turned to Un. STHEETEH. 1310 L st. nw., or
rail Gt??????? OS?. _?*? 11 U
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
A HOKsE. WAi;ON AND llABNKSS: ?75
? ? at. ?as. CaJI atttr 2 o'cloik ..???'.!
LAHUB OAK BED 8l*RINu ~7aXU MAT
'resa. Tli E .t. nf , ,;.
two uBtiE DHAl'iIttn! H?S5ES am".
saaTona. AELIMOTOM aWTTLINU CO.. *?*
A I. ata, naa. ?.i; ;t
WANTED-MlSCELLAiNEOUS.
W.v.\TED-Tt) HIHB yuu SATI'RbAf,
lady'? nas, Mue eap?. Advlrarss, HOX XI. Ilenia
^_? ;a-*t
REFRIGERATORsTjCE~BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO.,
We build to order any ?lie
refrigerator or cooling room
611 F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
REMEMBER THIS!
Never Take a Chance! Phone?
Police Department.Main 4?fJ0
Fire Department.M,in e0fJ0
Department of Justice.?yja?a 19c
U. S. Secret Service (nijbt).Cohimb:? 3393
U. S. Secret Service (day).Ma?B ^M
U' S* ??G?*'.Main 2854
BUSINESS CHANCES.
NEWSPAPER BOCTE IN I1?ST rJKCTION' !
of city; earning, $'.50 per month: preaent own? j
er aolnntaril? ;;? ?erice; reasonable terme. A|,
1,1? ClBCl'LATION MASAGEIt, Herald ol
tlce. .??-tt
PETS FOR SALE.
OOLDriSH. G??????8. D008. BINUIHU
cananea, caiint.l goat'a milk, and laxi'lenrv ln
all branches. BCBMID 8 1?? EMPORICM,
TM ICtli at. nar. ael2-'mo
WANTED TO BU?.
WIM. CALL IS MT CSLETTEHED Aero
mobile, at? or attbnrban, and pa, ?on tu?beat .
price for ladies', ?entaaanrn'a, ctaiadrea'e dl?
cardad cJothin?, of all dtaatTlptW???a. Addreaa
poet? I or pbone. I ?ill call E. RICE. 1AB Iti
at nw ? im
FOR SALE-FURNITURE.
ISredit Furniture credit
I HOPWOOD'S Popular Price Fu nil
'ture and Stove Store. 8th * ? St.?.
IIOVIHG, PACKING, STORING.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
??ND STOH.VGE CO.
NORTH 3:: 12. ?. ?341.
X. 3344. Klirht nrHoll-foy ' Mr1'
day. Franklin 3511. ?S5r
LONG-DISTANCE MOVTNO.
SAFETY FIRST. "
AHSOLLTELT FIIIF.PROUr ????????.
nooma I'.? and cp, M..?irs and 1'acklna?
UNITED ?TATE9 STOltAlia? CO. ??? Wit?
? t ?w Pbnnea M I2S and Frai-H.n -MS. tf
MOVING
p? r-urnl-ili (arce padded tar*? and careful rae*
to bandit. r< ur e-'Kis.
lACKKItrt of fnrnitnre. piano?, eaica, brioa
brnr, etc. Esperi-?need m?n otily.
HH.I'I'IN", *n all puis if thr world.
STORAGE ior furniture, pianoe, and bouae
boM gooda.
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
MONEY TO_LOAN.
HOUR TO LOA:? ON APPROVED PITT
real awtate st lowest current ratea; etvcia!
patiniate? with re.-ieel to ori? ray.inasta.
TVI.EI1 A RI "fllKlll'inU Ine . ?IT lilh al ti
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
WINDOW SCREENS ASI> HBADErt.
"WINDOW RH?UErl MADE TO HHUEU.
Beat Oraqne 'n H. II. Holler?.
J. O. PBEINKEHT, 131) Il ?t. ne.
l'I, ?,.,? 1 4l'i? ttlS
PERSONALS.
Wi, HW.a A Ihjhu.B RESILO ? ?SIBILITI
?he-t tarring from j -u. We muai . ? ?
eot.il oiunion and pay j-on a aatiafyipg prie?
:*>r tbe man*! w rn cl? t hi- jr, alice-*, etc., that
we buy -???! you can bft thai ?e fio Ihij. ?Si*?
, hut ronjn ir ??'?? Let ita kamt
and ?? call. Jl'TU? OLD STAND. 61? I>.
a ? It
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVFR 30 "YEARS ?*?**?.? Praene? o
?NcnouB and Spedai Ulaesaea ol U?d an?? Wtjati.
Mc.ins Health to Vou If ??? Suffer
prctn tTatarrh, Otaafltr, I'fccunatiain. runaiifw
tion. Pike, Thnat, Lune?, Drain, Heart, Bin?*?
anj 8km ("Maaalaaes. ? ncua DtbiL'?, Kadne?
Discara. Bowlder Tron?le. Specific Blood Pol
aonins. Enu.tions, l.'lcera, ?nd All G?,at? Di?
e?ae? Curad for Life b? Sale "al?tii ?Is.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting I'oom for Ladiet
office Honra U ta I. 3 t" I Mumla??. 1? lo ?-.
PROPOSALS.
WASUJNUTON. M-1'TKMUKi: 13, 1?8.
SealwJ pr- [?os?is will be rcceiftd In tin? bu
r*au Mt Ho? in ? > IDS, until 1 o'clock \\, m.,
Fnd.ij', H. pt ember 3>. 1318. for furniahing all
labor ?ml mat.nal, and ererting aplace, cam
l'K't?. at th? Diatrict Treatle. First and ?
ntmu northeast, ? etrnctttra with all necceaJT
? lumi )? ?.', MW rage ?1?"' wiring connei tiona. ftwm
ot prwo-al will Im MippHcd an application. AU
pnpesala must be lecurely ?iTt luped, mirked
"l'ropoaals for Teilet Facilities, I?.strict
nnrl t-e addreeee-d to tfre Dir.-.?? ot
tb? Hinan of Mine-, Department cf the In
? ri t. \\ .t-iiHi.'t.-ii. D. V. The tight u re
??ned to reject any and all bid?, or to accept
or reject any p.irt tliereof in the diacret tm of
tb? burean O. P. Il' >oD, A. tint Director.
j l.iireau Mme?. ?' 19-24
Dmet UV TU ti"''tiM-MI^TuNEItS. DlS
trict of f..I'm.? ,?, SeiKembtr i*. iw*. Sealed
propoula will l-r reeeittd ?t this office, Ib na
511, Diatrict Buildtag. until % o'clock p. m..
ortnber il. l?ii. for ftimi-ihiiig lad placing La
pceltion in tlie E V. Bro?n School, O'-o more
? r lew a-?? ;\\<\\ hall chaira, I'umu of pro
It aal nn-* be bad up? ? application to Pnr
? i. in.*.j n-Ti-, I>. C., Room ?TO. IHitrict Bmld
LOt'18 BBOWNLOW, JtlHN (;, D
KNIGflT. W. UW?NN UAHDINEH, Cooenla
-ion-are. IX t'.
VmUU "i KICK glAKTkHMAIiTtK ??K.V
?*ral. 1? Ea*t Biiteenth atre? t. Sew York.
8eu!?l t?t,?;^*?*?? i? tn? ?itale will bj recei?e4
at the a?xjte office until 3 p. m , Keptentber '?2,
!???<. f - manafai tnrii g W hit ? Dui h Coati ? i
Wime Duck Ttouam. Wunp.ee aui be leen,
and apacificattOM lad ve\* propuaal btsnki ol>
tai"tiJ nl tbe uffici? of tite Depot Qunrit.ri;i.i?U'r,
? r at i? Kart SUtecDtb street, S w V r?
N. Y. _aell.lt.13.H.H.Il
nuM ni TICK QCARTCBMASTEB C?5
eral, IM Ka-t Mixteen tb street, New York.
Sealed proix-aaU in triplicata will t?e received
at tbe abofe office until il *. m , September
I r Bwaufacturing 'irrm t'ai*? and
Winter '".ip?.. Saaaplci maj be leen, and -"-peci
aa and new proitosat H.->nk? ohtaioed at
the rffice ot the Depot tJiTartcrm.istT, or at
Its Ka*t Biiteenth ?tre-rt. New York, ?. Y.
. _ _ Ken.l?.U.H.IMl
DKPAi?TMEuNT ??? TilE IKTCIIOR. BO
rrau i,f Wam. WMfeiBSton, September 13. 1315.
a-seatf-d nrrpoaaU will be receded In tbii burnm
at Room No. na ,,nTi| -, f( f ??G^ u in (.?-(.
dar. .September 20, im. toe f;irni,!iing ?? labor
?nd material, aud e.-ec.ing In place
at the Diatrict Treatle Kirat ami ? -.treets
nartbea.t. a mraatWta ?ith allWeaaarr p?umb
iUg. aewefig? and wiring ccnncctianj. Form f>f
pn.pt*?al will be Strettimi on appli-eatlon. All
Propnaala muat be aecitrvly enveloped, marked
Ire-Dtwala for TVJM Pacrtitiea, Diatrict
Trestle, and he addmad to the Director cr
tbo Bureau nf Mute,. Driiartmeut of tbe In
terior. \Xa>?.ir>gton. D, r. T]/e right ia re
tmrrt? tt. rei?ct an* air! .ill \ ,<\?, ?r to accei*
or relat-t any part tbem.f iu tke diecrelioti .>f
? ?* ImmaM. Q, V. HOOD. AcUt-g Director.
Bureau oaf ?linea, ? M.T s?
EDUCATIONAL. EDUCATIONAL.
Are You in the Draft?
?then, why not prepare for ?.ervice abroad and study at least
one of our allies' languages?
Some Features of the Berlitz School.
Superior, native teachers. Conversational drill in the foreign
language from the very beginning.
Change of instructors, enabling pupils to understand every
body and not merely the idiomatic expression of one person.
Transfer of the value of unfinished terms of lessons from one
Berlitz School to another.
Moderate Prices?Trial Lesson Free.
The Berlitz School of Languages,
816 14th Street N. W.
Georgetown University
The Leaw School.
Session of 1918-1019 beglna October
1. 1918. at 6:30 p. m.
Secretary-? office open drill*/ from
9 a. m. to 5:30 ? tn. for registration
and consultation.
HUGH J. FEGAN. ?. ?., LL. B..
Ph. D.. Secretary.
GeorRetovYn__Law School Building.
608 E Bt N. W. Telephone M. 729J
t'??i.i'.?miiA l'N?VKRsiTY ?niiioi,.
VA. t >ti,-pei,Tcl, rti.l?.. l*rlncjpavl. 907 '.: :. st.
nve. Tel Main 7t?.
Hay. ni??!,t. co-educational. Individu?! Inervae
Uon.
Cradtss. taleth school; ?1.0 advanced ? e*.
lananjafaaj,
MatliMVnatlr?. sritsnc-e-dlplcenia. Phicholnsre:
ro'irss?? in , tficltDC)'. ajiurtli.rad. typewrifn ,f,
M .lerate rate..._ .e j 3ft
E11TIBN (i.U.tllE-CO ED.. IH1BTY
numi!.? frota Washington. I?, o. ; degr?. ,
"t. ? and junior ?coool coursa??; ar? ten upaaarcl.
rat? (350: opens September ',. Dr. Ito. it1.
President, Manva.aa. V?.. ban *. tuV .?eft,
erascial Day ?od IsverilDf Counass foe
Paymaster Examination
IN
Naval Reserve
New Courses Sept. 18
Pre-para tory 'c*
Colt gf tati Protem*ion*\ 8?=hor.la
r'(Ticf hcuri, I to 4 JO, eierpt H?turdij, Mon
day. W 'nfjvJiy and Fricij, 530 to ?JO.
EMERSON INSTITUTE.
ione FnanHIn ???3 17? ? St. ? W.
~VCC?UXT\\CY~
prrpart?* yon ?t d?wrabl?? potion?.
FALL CLAS.SKS NOW FORMINO,
?**'!, write ot i-hone f-* Booklet ?
?nd a C'-F? of "torn Mnrkrt Vaio?."
PACK INSTITUTE
. ?* Fit, aw. Main 10UT ,
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Anto Exchange
Automobile!, Tim, Aerrmmorlmm,
Repair?, ? ? ? ?... Trallrra, 9t?!
iKf, Tnxla. Auto I ? i-.??* Ga
rngem, Ilattertc?, Etc.
FOR SALE?AUTOMOBILES.
WE HAVH SEVERAL *M,;UTLY ?"???>
Vmri Li mr-dels ??luipptxl ?ith Smith Form
ai lYiirK atrachinetitj?. We aish to ?pitin our
re?*? f r baring iheer c<-ir.paraUtf ly new care
fur ?ale is d'io to a ctut-mt-r failing ?ith ini
contract, ?nd tve wen- forced to take the??
truck? ??ark We ar? otTerine the? tmcki tt a
reduction "f G-'? ?? e.uh truck; cai? ipiaran
t??W aa ???; will *e\l um ?ee?y trrraa. RDTORl?
?G?G? CO., IN**.. 133 Pa. x<te nw. eel^-X
AUTO EXCHANGE.
3-Ton Truck
for Hire.
ONE WEEK OR LONGER
WITH DRIVER.
ADDRESS BOX 303,
WASHINGTON HERALD.
?12-tf
AUTO BODIES.
im; i'AN?. UKi.Iv t:i;v hhd? ron FORD
car- finit cis-as condition, 550.
llft'i'HD ALTO OO. I
'.?3 Pa. ave. nw. ajelSJt.
TIRES.
1 QUO mila r??"?**??** 1B ft-Howia?. **** only
?13*. WM
NATIONAL AUTO SUPPL? CO..
P27 -Hh fit ow.
AUTO REPAIRS.
? -Vou Are Satinfled
Wh?sn ron have had an- expert auto mechanic
????amine and rr.*air your car. We turn out only
MtMaeton ?OTk, itiertfore mir lam? patronage,
(?onrrai auto rvpalriaa, All nuke*.
The D. ck P. Auto Repair Shop.
(3s7 I) tt. a?. Hth._boi:, Franklin TU?.
??? SEHV1CE, AN* TIME. ANT i-LACbs.
A.itoa ot stir mak, and see repaired or rebuilt.
Ferii? f"'*l ?bile ?Qu srsi?. Storac?. Kiill
RO? MAI.'KKV. 511 ma ?t. sex Lincoln sat.
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
CAR OWNERS NOT ONLY FIND OUR
Ircation oui rat?ent. Dut tur long aaparienc?
trit?i antu? is of great ?tlue to the tho-uiand?
ne ??erre. Are we .wring ?rour car? Pull atock
teeaMri?*. "***. gr?'"???. tt?*.
Central Auto Supply Co.
1MM Pa, a>e-_Main ?G?
GARAGE BUILDERS.
CAM. MAIN 3BI, WM. SKKBT, 711 13TH NW.
IluiMer cf iVoHcrefe ?arsg^s. f
DINING ROOMS.
ASHMORE HOTEL AND CAFE,
i2!h?ndEN. w. ?aerea
Dining-rooms for Ladies and
Gentlemen. Popular Price?.
George Washington
University.
Oliartele?" tri Oontrassa, IBI.
(XI -EDUCATIONAL.
Ocelle.? Vrai Begin. September ?ff.
Arta anal Sciera?.. ?Snftnecrlnf. Education,
Medicine, Denti?*.??. Lave, Pharmacy, V?t?r
niarj Medicine.
Full d?T course*, and late ?fternooo eouraav?.
?? it seventy fisa ria,??? In ,11 collef. .nd
ciBlnesering asibjeda meset ?t se and I p. m.
STI'DENTS? AHMT TRAININO CORPS.
Catella?? and other Ifif-rmatlon at 3*0 G ?T.
TatlqaYnr? ?r? 1?.?.
George Washington
University Law School
CO EDUCATIONAL.
Begins 54th Year Sept. 25. 1918
iiembar Aaaoriati^a of Amr-r.n Law
School?. Strict ?Undarda. eriect ?tndc-nt body.
Inatruction hy moat a pagami method?. Speaal
cla*??* f'>r ?Miii?li.?3?9d atudeota.
Students' Army Training Corp?
8et~ri>tary. Maatmie Tempi?. Main *5*g.
EASTERN COLLESGB-CO-1?D; ??????
minute* from Waahlngton, D. O. ; degree,
??t?*?>, and tonfar ichool COuraea; age t?m upward;
rat? ??; cpena ?eptmber ?. I>r. R?UP.
Pre- idi.-.*, Manaaaaa, Va., box 4. auO 30t
s<:rL singing ^i?s
Fourth year. Mire. Lucia. Borden, diplotna
trraduat? and f rmcrlj ?*auK-?nt tn Lainprrti
.teach??* of Sembriih). principal. Fnrenfn ??
?tr'rtlon at home. PiiokJK on r*t*^u?e?.t ("*?
auhauona, 11 t.? 1. 1628 8 iL nw. Phone N. 7QC1.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral Tokens.
A.-tia?ic-eia?i?ali? iDcirsspeaea.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Pronipr auto dallrary errr^r*_
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Membcis t.r mutation National Selected llor
tld?n?. Serene? rendered in all rart? of to.
Lnit.-d ?t.atc* ? y epexial repreavavrutissaa.
Telephone j?%>K. E*t*Ll?'11',-i ?"?>?
Main 5512-5513 ^??^?? : "'vdy
lT.-n-:-2 G?. ^fe^.'Sj?W As!,,'Ullt
Avenue. r^BI aasaat? "hapel
" W. W. cS
W. W. CHAMBERS CO.
UOO Chap.? St. N. W.
We G? Automobile 8ert.ee Erclual'ely.
M Mem chapel I ?ay or Night. Phon? Col. ?3tl?
DIED.
AMER?On Tuesday. September 17,
lilla, at hla residenci?. ISM Penn
sylvania avenue northwest,
HARRT, husband of Ethel Amer.
AUSTIN?Suddenly, on Monday. Sep
tember 16, 1913. I.ieut. EUGENE II.
Al'STIN. beloved husband of
Miriam Hobson Austin.
Fi neral from hia mother's resi
dence, 1116 Park plite northeast,
tomorrow at 2 p. m. Interment
at ArllnsTton. Friends and rela
tivea Invited.
Bi.'TLER?Departed thi? life Monday,
September 1?. 1918, at 10 10 p. m..
after a brief illness, MARTHA
Bl'TLER (nee Simms). loving
wife of Albert Entier, devoted
mother of Estelle Williams, Mary
Lincoln, Edna Grey, Viola Simms,
Thomaa Simm?, U, S. ?.; Krank
Simms and Maddalene Davis.
Fi'.teen irrandchUJren and one
cr,-it-irranclchtld, two slRters,
. Estelle Thornton and Alice Fred
erick, mourn their losa.
Fuit ral services tomorrow at her
late residence, 627 ? street eouth
east. thence to Mount Jeareel
Baptist Church. Fifth and E
str.?? ts southeast. Rev. Greene.
?.???:??G. Relatives and friends in
vitili.
CIRRAN?Suddenly, nn Monday. Sep
tenilii r 16. 11.18, at the home of his
fati? i'-in-law and brother-in-law.
637 ? street southeast. THOMAS
J.. beloved husband of Gertrude
Pohonev Curran, formerly of
Kln-ira "and Little Falls, ?. Y.
Funeral notice later. (Elmlra and
Little Falls papers please copy >
DISHER?On September 17, UH,
MARY '??'?. DISHER (nee Bruchle).
beloved wife of Philip M. Diener,
awed 56 years.
Funeri i from VV. VV. Deal's funeral
parlors. S16 II street northeast, to
day. Interment at Frederick. Md.
(Frederick papers please copy.)
DORSEY?Depart?*?! this life on Mon
day. September 16, 1918. at l:tH
a. m? Ht the residence of his
?iiother, l"'-6 Church street north
west PA vil) EDWARD, the be
'oved son of Lucretla M. and the
late lohn ?. Doriey. husband of
Grace C Porsey and brother of
Mi? I.. Chase. John G. Dorsey,
?r Mr? Irene Claylor and Nor
man P. Porsey.
j'-.ineral today at 1 p. m., from st
Mary'? CTiapel, Twenty-third street
between O snd ? streets north
west Relatives and friends in
vited to attend. (New York, Asburv
Park and San Francisco papers
please ropy )
O \PRFTT? Departed this Ufe on
' Mondav. September 16. 1!.1*\ at 7:20
d m.'iit his residenre, 2_?22 Sixth
street northwest, JOHN W. OAR
RETT. lovin;; and devoted husband
of Mary F. Gnrrett (nee Kenner).
Funeral today at 1 P m.
QONOWER?On Tuesday. September ?
17 11*18. at her home. 415 Quincy
street northwest. CI.ARA M!.. be
loved wife of Capt. Elton A. l?ong
wer T". S. A.
Funeral from her late residence to
day nt 2 P m. Interment in
Arllnston Cemeterv.
HANRACK-On September IS. 1?1?.
WILLIAM H. H AN BACK, aged
77 years.
Funeral from tbe residence of his
son. William H. Hanback, jr.. 415
Twelfth atreet northe??t. tomor
row at 2 p. m. Interment at Glen
wood Cemetery. (Warren, Va?
papera please copy.) ja^
DIED.
HOTP.ERGF.R?On Tucsdny, Siptem
bar 17. 1?18. at 2 a. m.. at 13 Fourth I
street northeaat. WILLIAM A.
HOYBKRGKR. beloved hu?b?nd
nf Klla Hoyber?er.
Funeral from the residence of hi? I
slater, Mrs. Joseph A. Dempf, IJ !
Fourth ?treat northeast, today "t
10 a. m. Interment at Rock Creek
t.'emetery.
: 1 I. KS- Departed this life Monday.
September 16, 1918, at mm residence.
;i7 O ?Iren awiinweat. run...II'
F. LYI/F^. Lelovc.l hu.-band of
I.ucretla I-ylee. father o? Roei?
tola-men. .Nellie Vox. Phr.lln. Jr.;
Ida Wells Mam,e Vans, Johnnie.
William. Ladonla. Arthur. Malti?: ;
and Mauri???*. He had six s-rand- ?
children and a host of relative? ?
and friends.
Funeral at Shiloh, Md.. today ;
at 2 p. m. Friends and relatives? ?
Invited.
l'?l'PEH-On September 17, 191J. at I
Cleveland, Ohio, I.KNA UNDSA1
PEPPER, enter ot Charlea M. ;
Pepper.
ROANTREE?On Tuesday. Septm
17. 1918. at her residence. IMO
Eighteenth street northweat. ISA
BELLE*, widow of William nnd
mother of Kathleen Roantree and
Mrs. R. M. McWi. 1,
Notice Of funeral hereafter.
SAKFELT.?On Moncav. Septrmlwr
16. 1918, at his residence, M Rhod??
Island avenue northwest JAME?
LEONARD, beloved husband of
Jennie E. Saffell.
Funeral from his late residence to- '
day at 8:30 a. m.. tlunce to Im-'
maculate Conception church,
where requiem mass will be said
for the rejaose of his soul at 9 a.
m. Interment at Mount Olivet
Cemetery.
BIIKPARD-On Tuesdav. September
16. 191??, at 1:3a p. an., at the resi
dence of her mother. Marie R.
Jones, CHANIE P. JOSES .SIIF.1
ARD. the b. loved wife of Rudolph
H. Shepard. mother of Paul and
the late Mlarnonne Shepard and
daughter of Msiie p. Jones.
Funeral from the residence of her
mother, 1?"?? Ninth street north
west. Friends and relatives In
vited. Notice of funeral h? reafter.
VIEW? Departed this life Monday.
September l?. IMS, at 3 a. m., |
St'SIK ? . beloved wife of OeaOnre '
W. View. She leaves to mourn ;
her loss a husband, son. mother, j
three sisters, a brother and a ho?,t j
of relatives.
Funeral today at 2 p. m.. from the !
residence of her sister, Mrs. :
Green, 113.", C street northeast, i
Friends Invited.
WRIGHT?On Tuesday, September!
17. 19IS. at 1:45 a. m., at her resi- :
dence, .7-1?1 Nichols avenue. Con- I
stress Htiarhts. D '*. ALLIE ?.,
beloved wife of Stephen H. Wright. '
? Bed 05 years.
Funeral services at Congress
Heights M. E. Church today at
2 p. m. Relatives and friends in- ,
vi ted.
YEAGER?On Faturdav. S, nt. rtil??r
14. 191??. EDGAR TEAOER, Of
York, Pa., m? mber of Painter's ,
I'nion No 3?;v
Funeral from the rhapel nf J. Will? !
lam Lee's Sons. Ci?. Pennsylvania ?
avenue northwest, today at 2 p. nt.
Members of union invited. lYotk.
Pa., papers pl.-ase copy.)
DEATH RECORD.
WUITX.
A Hla ? Wright. ? y-eara. Vich?le ate. Con
?ir??? ??*? *
Clara M ??ocerore 54. tlj Ro?A Creek Cfcur.-h
r V
Henry ? B<?rk, ?, frntrmmtf Ho-vpiuL
Richard It TUler. '? 1? DeftalieM et. nw.
Mary C. MrD^ntxigh. S, IT wd oce Boatta!
Katl>ehne Heecan. l?, Gt*iXg*Ajjwm l/ni ? er?, ? ty
H?pital.
Mary E Dieh-ar. ?. <* Kllsahe?Ta ? ??- ?
Jaaerh Knarr. ?#, 137? E *t. ne.
Jam?? L, Baffell, 74, 9? It I. aee. nw.
Infant of Jota t> and Lotti* MePufHe, 1*
minut?e, IM K. Car ara ae.
COLORED.
TJ'Han Hid'???, ? yearn, FVoedm??!'? Rnep?tal.
Joa^ph ?. M ? roe. ? dava, '? I, ???, nw.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
wniTB.
Melville? M and Mir-pu-et T. Wllcoi I* y ?nd
taina ?.
Herman and Annie Tha-mi pec? inri.
Ixmii A tn'! Ansie C. BcfemS
Un. S. and Roi-ence M. Madifa ^ ri
.Vornan and Mao 1. "'?aa, airi.
J-^hn J and Era E. Kenaady, hny.
Pai.I ari Marie 3 ???*??. pr!
Rnlla ? and Helen ?. Hsre-r. girt
Warren ?. and An ta T. Ur?nca. girl.
F?lwarl C and Kdna F. fstm. 0r'.
Abraham N. a: d lamella Baile*. b>vy.
Cbarlaa L. ard Edna A. Beck, r-rt.
Harry A. and Margaret E. Beckett, girl.
rol.ol??.I?,
?George snd Nettie Wi>ii, boy.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Ixwla A Nada, ?4. an?l Mary E I-a .-re. ?.
both of ibja citv Her. Pmrxj F. Hail.
Bernard A. Biekcrton, 3*. and KYancee E
William* ?m. IT. both of this city. Rev. Jan,?
Vi. taaaidv.
O. U HawUaa. ? of Pa rm*mt, W. Ta., and
Marian V. Rocen, ?3, of Rowleabtod W. Va.
Rev. ? E Darla.
Krank ?. I(r^*n. 2?. ani TTie'ma Jonae. .?
both of t'ii t.tv Bee. T. E. Itavfa.
Welter K. owen-a, 42. and Lid* E It-niae. ?.
both of thia city. Rev. ?. T. Hawk.
Joba Vi. Wiflleinweber, 51, ri thi? ritT, and
Alice MarriiaU. 72, of Milwaukee, Wi?. He*.
U. Bcteoader.
John E. Coat?*. *3. of Rtraahnrg. Va.. a*id
Mary L. Fanner, W. of thia citj. Re-i. D M
Br-?wn,
Ralph R Rick. *\ of Ft v.t*r tu? . Va.,
and E. J. Kcbnjler. Si. cf rtr>.k Bill. Va. He*.
J. C. Bauok.
J. Ptank Meesan. ?2 and ???*-^ E. Oain. ?.
both ot thi? cits. Ber, Eran* X. Biabo?
Ekneat lohneoa, S. of Cheater. G?, a??! An
ni? Heere. ?, of thit city. Rev. E. I> tnlap.
Freier:? -. Voir de*. ZI. and MTgaivt *.
Adama. 19, bt?tb cf Baltimora. Be?. T. C. |
Daria.
O.LORED
Hairy J. BU*. ?. of U^Henry, Ta., and
T.o'ii*? ?i t??*?, 1^*. of Br?konbvirg. Va. Rev. Wm.
Kautitrov.
John fhiae. ?. and A-Mte Lutea. 41, both el i
this eitT. He?. Wm i Hanard.
Wi Smalluodd. S*, and Fannie M. Daria. SO,
both of th!? city. Re?. J. M. WaMrna.
William Higptn. a. and Edith E. Parker, ?4, '
both of thit citv. Re?. S Miller.
Ja mm Somm-Trille. 14. ai:d Mm mir ?.?p???,
?. both o? thia ritr. Rev. \V. A. Unrton.
John Nel-OD, 54, and Josephine HeuUenon, 50,
both of thi* city. Bet W. 11. Maookocc.
Jaoob J. Pinkliard. ?1. and 9aphla Lewi* 49. ?
both nt thi? city. Bet. A. H. Cat! ?
Jnhn A. Butler, n. and Catherine R- Ratoy.
?, both rf thia city. Rev Aleue J. Okla.
Dance Floor Strained
By Too Many Couples
Tlie rt.Tnclne platform That the aoi
(Mers from Cktnf lief fra pul toe-Mher
in tho ynrd at tlie Thomson School ?
waa put to a tonifie at rai ? la*t ??
when so many coupl?e danced upon ?
it.
"The bojra arara very enthu^l-i-Mi^
about the Job." aaid Mr?, Wynne, in
chnrRe ol the cominunitv daiu?s.
"and It waa completed In a very
short time. Since the platform waa
completed we have been having danc- \
ine every nizht. The soldier boya,
don't mind comini ao far away to kci ?
to the dnnce. Many of ihem oomtj
from fort Mycr almost every even-!
ing."
Sets Aride Eight Hour
Rule ior Street Work
Following a request of tho Pij-trict
Commiiisionera. the eisht-?mur labor
law waa aet aside temporarily by
President Waaaa.
Thia action waa deemed neco.--.sary
owing to the i.reet itnproi intenta be
ine made adjacent to the war build
inga under construction beiw - ?
Seventeenth and Twenty-third streets
and ? atreet and Virginia avenue
WALLINGFORD W. S. S.
BUBBLE IS BURSTED
Slight Oversight in New German
Plan Coiti Fortunes.
Another (tPt-rich-qulek bubble burst-1
od yeaterday afternoon In the head
quarters of th? National War Sav
ings Stamps Committee. It may have
been German propaganda, thla bubble?,
or g alight obscurity In W. ? S. pro
paganda, but In either rai? t)
ful but too credulous were Inflating
artful financial Ideas to make
thousands overnight, and now the
scheme ha* coHaD?ed
If one will look at his W. 8. P.
folder, he will find the penny a month
increasing cost of the W. 8. S . rf- ,
deemable January 1, 1933. at %a?*\,
bring* the price of the W. 8. 8 to |
Ott?f |4.71 the first of December, 19S. |
Now what 1? more provident and i
-hrewd than to wait till December!
ST, may. Invest a few hundred of dol- j
lars in the W. ??. S. at *t~l and re- ?
deem them at the rate of $0.00 the ?
next da>?
It was a prand Idea Bica the
clown prince could Ma that, and his ?
papa's agents here undoubtedly h- ?
helpi-d aloni; the idea of buying A\
S. S. to the hilt? December 31. 19.2. ?
The only flaw in the scheme, however,
is that the table of a penny-more-a
month is the table of the price ?G ;
redemption of the stamps that ??ar- j
ticul; r month, and the present Issue
of \V. S. S. will be exhausted at the |
end of this year. After that Congress
will have to authorize another imm***\
with ? new penny-a-month table and .
a new deal all around?and there
wont be any hand for the get-r.ch
quick boy?.
So?buy thoae \V ? 8 NOW.
SON OF RUSSIA DIES
FOR U. S. IN FRANCE
John Sulivan Proud to Fight for
America.
John Bui Ivan, American. 1? r*"port
i .n action on the latest
* a malty lift.
Horn in KusMa twenty-nine years
ago, Sulivan had only been an
American two weeks wh'n th*? call
came to serve his adopted country?
a servie? that has ended In a gal
lant death on th* battlefield of
France. Among the six men of
foreign birth to be n?*l?--rted in the
flr^t draft, Sulivan regarded the op
portunity given him to wear the
uniform of the I'nited States as the
highest honor his new country could
bestow upon him.
I?uis Wtfkow, J'ft Pennsylvania
avenue northwest, the name given
as his emer*reney address de cla red
la-t night that he f. It proud that
his young countryman had fallen
fighting for the country that had
given so many Russians shelter.
"John was like a son to me." he
told the representative of The Wash
ington Herald, "and it as a son that
we mourn him.*'
The Waskow family had written
several tim-s sine? Sulivan left for
Prance but the telegram announcing
his d'ath was the fir^t word they
had received of his whereabout*.
LESS ESSENTIAL MEN
CONSIDERED PRECIOUS
Employers Refuse to Relinquish
Possession of Employes.
I^eas-essential bus'ness. the term
that has replaced "?????? ssenHsl " is
not co-operating with the Community
Lahor Board as much as was hoped.
Returns of the r.u- stionnaires sent
to the nunwar employer? show an in
clination of every man to T.nid on to
all the employ?.? he possibly can. A
number of emj loyers :?; parently with
out realisation ?.f the seriouasnens of
the situation have written that they
cannot possibly mak< any .releases
"Washington employer? will great l?
assJift th" ?r country if they will adapt
the duties of their workers so that
nine, or even eight employes can
? arry on the work which is takln S
ten at present." said E. M Klir.e,
chairmen of the boar?!
'The releaae of even a single man
for war product um will be of mate
rial benefit at this time, and it is felt
by the local community board that in
many Instances a readjustment o?
duties will be of mater.;*1 I- -? ? G,?. at
this time."
BALTIMORE PRODUCE.
mSTlNTFD Fl?t.M PAf?g ?IT
Val e; ls-t.'icv, nati.e, prr Ni? boi. ?a?;
??--. Se? ksrk. !*? iKiv l-SSalja Lima turen?.
Ti 7.00; do, urr ?1-1 he? 1.25?1 *?, da.
?? ?'"!. i-rr Ih asBr. ttstaa?. Nee York sad
Wertem per 101 Ih?. LsMs&lt; do. Mailand
; I , :.'!,;, ?ama, par liti Iba. * ?ft?: Vi. Vetrm.
M m y land ?nd Virgin?, ??.? bet. Berti?*?, TV?
I??? hiB[* r, liartlett. ?t*?:.?; gO.
ramrmi Secfctl. ,?t haa ?3a1 25; do. ? uff er. per
iiami-pr. T?cml.OO. IV?eb?.v n iimtain. im?r ?????
???. tOO?3SO; do .?-.r M t?*. 1 ?tfsl..?. do.
.?r ?earner. Ito?? S?, do. Wfcit? heitb.
t" ?flirt. ^<)^)?4.ft?; i?iTi*rt. ratir?". t-T ba*kef.
?SsJse; Pqasifc, seti??, j-rr bea, 2S?30r; Utma
t'*?. asti** b???, V*?to: d >. per nieawir-M bu?,
?s?M50r W atrrmr lue?. M?r\ ?and ard Virg.ni?.
\m r l?. ** to Mat. ?OaW
LIVE POI I.TRY-4*??ic*env sprint*. ? 1*?
a*fT?tr, per lb. 36c; ?-.?. * * la 1? lb?.
: <!.? . G? I? ?m*, l*r 11?. ?? ,
do. da. VctMe l.?vh.>tn?. ii?r Jh. .te. do. de. by
? ..re???. ??. te au?*, pet ?b, 35r ; ?Jo, old moat
ii, i?rr ?'. MaSe <\ ?id h.-.v pet H - ?
do, old White l^ertior?i bans, per Ih. 3?a:-:<?
darks. Muvyvt ?. .1 BMTsrrl r nasse, rer **??
. ? . Whit?- G lima. old. per th, . ?* ?
do, ,i.h).I?<v old i?*r Ib, -- ; do, ?ria?. ??*+ |U
- ?pr lt>. 15>?2.\ ; do. go, aniall-T, per.
I?er Ib. "?a??e; piireon?. old, per pa-r. SDa?ftc,
i?.r l'Jir. ?UsiSSe: c"?n? S lowl. HSlSg.
<a'i. i\ Iba ?od up, ?Oajtjf: do. natl?-r. 30o.
Jtt ?TTLK-W>?r.-.. ?v;?ai^t?)T. err?, KtaSlr,
Ir??, t!*Mc', W astra ?p..'?. '-t Ih e\irta.
Usile; ?rst*. t?*!?e; do. do. 1 tb rsirs, sasUr;
? *?.?, h ?tV . ar?ibf ct?'?rm?tv. i sus?, <U?tle
G.:-vt?, il?Gc : daini [eiat?, Mar- ir?n 1, I' nt
I v..Ui? ?? \"i:?im?, extra?, 37*?J8c; fir?i?.
y^.Vc, fctert-i???--**!. Te.
VAW9 W'r?.t *rn Man land ?ni Pwm^ !???i?
at-d DSaitJrV, 1-er d?r.. flrM?, ?iTc. K?5teni Sb ?re
?>f Mar Imi aud \ ,??????. \*r dor... Brst?. 4Tr ;
'?.no. per d?^7. fr-t- 4G. n*e*l Vr.
?.".. *??, Boatben (Nortii t'a rol in?), per ?J,./.
?
N. l? -To ?roniira-id top priora. ?Il ???t
sn.al? and ???'??'??? *??*? ?ImwH he tak
t lia SBMice, clean ?tuck ?od the former slupixd
*p?rat<-iy.
CHICAGO GIUIN.
B| JO^rril F. PRITt HARD.
Ctlrss?. Bapl. ??Ther? a\* ? federi?* s?sr
kst in th? rot* pil lodaT. and while prlSS
etiant??? wtre not large ? hey *e?r? of eaoqfb.
breadth to gne tl?? a?ri?ie *,iecuUto?r ***aa
or leu saesssscm Rmins ?*''? 'or tb? ?tj
?ero ?t ad.'sncfs of ^? ?wl ? Stet. The e??h
n'.arkrt vSS hcarr. ?aj i??or ?IrSDUid mied
with iTKv*? iinet,?r.eed to 1* cent? lower. Sale?
au,? SUR RHi
?Ur? aee* ?tioog tSSRff during tbe retire
??SSSlsa, *-d Reatad ?Juanee? o? "?? and S cani
|?S t* e dui.
tsth ut? were nn'-hanaad to 'i rent hieb?.
Ornato sAstoj? of oat? ?#t? li^bt.
CONTINENTAL DIVIDEND.
The Board of DiraKHor? of th?
Coiilincnul Tm-t ?'.mii.i.ny ?t th??
rrgular monthly m?rllBaj lv^ 1.1 last
niKlit (ioclartd the regular .?u-nterly
dividend of Is. Bt? c.nt. paj?bl?
i? f. t.niaiv ? SsV 1
CLASSY STRING
FOR BIG WEEK
E. B. McLean's Racers Will
Be Campaigned at
Laurel Racing.
Laurei Md. Sept li?The first ef
the more important atables xa locata
at laurel Pafft tor the Marytand
State Fair's Octbbar session of rac
ine ir* that of Edward Be&le McLean
r>t Waahlnrton. son of the late John.
R. licitan, publisher of tba Wash
ington Post and the Cincinnati En
quirer. The thoroughbreds which ar*
to be seen under the red and yellow
polka dots, familiar colora of the Cap
ital City millionaire, came frwp
Saratoga. Trainer Johnny Schorr
having passed up the meetings added
to the calendar of racing In the Met
ropolitan circuit and tite opening In
Maryland?Harre de Grace. Tha Mc
Lean horses aecttpy a commodious
barn to the southern end of Laut-?-J
Park, and every equine in Schorr" a
care will be up to a bard race when
sent to the post.
Mr. Mcl^.in ia a staunch lover of
the thoroughbred and hia representa
tive- appear to be -capable of hold t if
their own with the beat campaigners
that will furnish the r-ompet 11 ; on M
the Maryland State Fa.r'a big eren/
which will be op? ned a week fronr
rext Tuesday afternoon He Is one
of the mort pop'ila r member* <>f the
I-*urel r?tk clubhouj-e ft eternity and
he was not absent a fin, le da ? du?
ing last fall's sport In re He
valuable gold cup for tba
memorable Am?1' ? an championeh.n
race between MnJ. August Belmont'a
1 Hmir-k-sa and Wilfred Vian'a < mar
! Khayyam, the finish of which v?a?
.d by the largest and moM
repr?sent?t i ve crowd of pr-opl??That
iod the races in th
Itfon of the country. It ta proba hi?
that the ra*~e will be renewed and the
3-year-old < hampion^htp apain ai
lat laurel Park this fall, for it ?
thai General Manad
will add $!??". tho same ae la*
when Imnnt done'-^d
money which went with 1
to the ATTKT.can Rod Creas
Society.
C? rfainlv a rh-.Tnp!oneMp race
'with the leading l-year-oMs of the
, year Harry Payne Whitney's John n.
. \V. Sharp Kilmer's Fun Briar, A- ?
Maeombera War Cloud and Ja-~k
Hare. Jr.. would prove as equal.y
; attractive as that be twee? H-aair
leas and Omar Khayyam whteh drew
such an enorrr.ons gathering to the
; South? rn Maryland track laft O? -
? tober. Th?1 battle for the t-year-old
^championship this aeaaoa lac b-?n
| very ken Job re? rained t*.e edg.?
hy landing the Law rene? TUaliia
i.on. but the imported ?
mint-Min* ola had virtually no eppo
' Fition whatso? rer, the
?Starter in the clasatc being Whlp
[perpool. There are manv v. 1 o dis
pute the awarding of titt* honora ta
?Johren over Sun Briar and they u-*
for the bone of their eont*?1
meeting of th" pair ln the Traverai
* at Sara tog
Barly In the year Job rea lo.~-k< 1
the cha m ? toa be\
? took his place at the head of ,l ?
?.i?t w h? n h? defa-.-.ted War I
? and several other ???t-.v '? ? kg
ont Wakes Tmmediately t'
? rao.-* he " a? si ipped to La1
re he landed the L-atonii
Derby. On his return Ha*
Whitney star waa beet? ? by betti
War Cloud ana Jack Har ?
t only threatened Johrer s
I laurels. Hia earlier rlctoiiea ever
shadowed this setback and the race?
- declined to dethrone him At
Saratoga ??>? -ng Sun Briar
raced moat Irapreaslvety. After run
? ninj a smashing record *n the Pel?
j-ware Handicap, in which ba ran a
mile In 1:36 1-5 Mr. ? i leer's
I the champion ?-year-old of 3*1 ?,
I measured strides with Johren h
.Tavern Stake It recited in one of
| the most ^er'atlonal races of the
year. Sun Prlar getting hofna * ?
victor hy ?he fi -ion ^* a length
j In the Travers J ?Three carried Iti
?and Sun Triar ISO.
RUTHERFORD AGAIN
ON AMATEUR BOARD
Balt'tnorc. Sept. If ?"iwUrohe l"?i?.
? * precident of it??
South Atlantic A??oclat;cn of
Amateur Athletic Union at tita? ??.
nual ?r.?tinc heM ait the Baltimora?
Athletic C'nK TI? ether officer?
electa??! followr Reginald Rutherfer.1.
?trice-president. and William J Leim
kuhl? r. ?ecretary and treasurer. The
: ra?pi?tr?tion committee ?? he?,1ed me?
?Dr. "t\'lll?m Burdiok. director mt lh?
. I'uhlic Atr.l?tie 1^*?: ie Daniel K.
| Tountrer. of th? Croea Country Club.
' and F. J Bninner.
Joseph ? Kncland wa? unanime1.?
> '?? rc-?>l?-cted ?.? the officiai handicap?
1 rter. The following were ??elected on
? the board of manarer? Latro!??
* )'<?l.*wcll. r.eorae J. Turner. Charle?
;ke, R. Rutherford. Dr William
I Burdiok. John C Doyle. Man?!?, F._
Markle. Daniel ? Younrer. *W I.
? I?eimkuliler. Frank J. Kadan and G ?
' J Brunner. The fo?oarir.ir ?e???
I elected del. cite? to th? annual meet- ?
; mc of thr Amateur Athletic Ininrt
l'?eorce J Turner. I^trobe <"o??well. ?
I W. K. I.eimkuhler. R. Rutherford .
Daniel K. Y?un;,r and Dr William *
I Burdick. ?ith the tollewina; alter
'nate?: Marvin H Markle. John ft!
Do? I??. l-?Jain (Schmidt R. Tirkler. >
Krank .1 Kad?n ?nd H T Feutter
300 IN A. A. U. MEET.
Large Enlry List Received for Great
Lakes Championships.
<Tiic.ik,'o. s*pt IR ? More than ?*? '
athlete?, rrprr arm ting army s"d *
? ivy rampa, universitiea and athletic *
dulia in all sections of the cou:
aere nomm-?ted yesteidey to eompe'e ?
in the junior championship of the
National A. A. D. meet, wbleh open??
st the Great T^akes Naval Training ?
Station on FrlH-av.
Track followers believe th* atruK- ?
ale for premier honora in the Junior *
rl amplonship* will rest hetwaen the
''hicago Athletic Association. Great
l^ik-r-s Naval Training Station. Ihm
I Illinois Athlrtic Cluh and the PelhuTn
j Hav Naval Training Station Th
' sailors have entered tbe largest
! trams. Great ?Jikes wi?l ba repre
.'????nte<| bv a team numbering more
than fifty
Fiona? Golf ?a ikmnrt
1 All douht about ahethtr Fionda *e
towt? would open Ihia winter waa di?
p? il??l yeeterday when the manace
ment ol the link? at Bellalr. Fla., aji
t,ou',d that they would opaci ??
usual the ?r?t wawk tn Jauauary. Th?
only thin? that might atand In the
I way I? ttanepoi tation faciliti??, hut
j it 1? evident now the?? will h? )u?t a?
lood If not better than Let winter
I when the ?now waa rcaponaiM? tor
' many del*.'*

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