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CLING TO OLD NAME
Council Shifts Proposed Change to
Trade Board, Whose Head
Can't See the Idea.
Iloff oould It help to ihltt the
nim of Carlstadt, N; J., to some
thla olaoT Would It atnack of moro
patriotism, in vtaw of tho foot that
two of Germany's vessels wer oallod
the Oeorgo Washington and tha
Believe the Board of Trade of Carl
itadt and If you do not believe thco-o
la aueh a pls.cS, conault the offlolal
Poat OCIlco guide It certainly would
Carlatadfa City Counoi bald 1U
regular anmUmouthly mealing lad
night to dlaouaa the hiding of I la
cognomen under aome other. In nd
dltlon to Chrlatlan Stark, lu Uurgo
maater. the othara preaent worn
Councilman Iludolph lUyner, Osoui
K.tstner, William Flelschman and
William Froderloka, and Oscar
Htraseer, lawyer for tho Council.
Among others present, but who had
no say. were Fredorlck Wurst and
Seventeen of the townspeople also
were on hand. Thoro was only a
short discussion about the town
losing Its Identity, wbon It woa de
cided to leavo the mutter to the
.Hoard of Trade to decide upon soma
other name provided It was deemed
necessary the borough really required
a new handle and then tot tho doo
plo vote on It.
SHOT 001 7.500
An Appeal For Your Children
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the physic that mother insisted on castor
oil, salts or cathartics.
How you hated them. How you fought them. How,
you dreaded their after-effects.
That was all wrong, but then nobody knew better.
With our children it's different.
The day of harsh physics is over.
We don't force the bowels now; we coax them,
i Wc have no dreaded after-effects.
And the dose is a candy tablet.
Mothers who cling to the old 'form of physic sitripty
' 'don't know what they do.
The children's revolt is well-founded.
Their tender bowels arc harmed by them.
The modern way is to give a gentle laxative morr
frequently. To keep the bowels always active.
The best method is Cascarcts.
FEET AND LIVED;
DIES OF DISEASE
Cascarets are candy tablets. .
Children love their pleasant taste.
They cost only 10 cents a box, with full directions
for children's dosage at all ages. Babies tool .
Give Cascarcts, then don't worry they never disappoint.
hand-to-hand conflict with a Uocho,
died from lobar pneumonia on Nor.
7, four daya bifore the end of the
Lieut. Montague waa a aon of V,
U Montnguo of No. If Weat Tlat
Street and No. IS fark (tow. Ilia
mother died a yoar and a half ago.
Two brothara are In the service, lUoh
ard, the eldest, being In tha army, and
Warner having reoently been made
an ensign in tbo nary.
Danrorth waa In his twenty-third
year and would bare been graduated
from Yale this year had he not gone
to the war. He Joined Col. Danford'a
Yale Battery In tho spring of 1918 and
wont with It for artillery praatloe to
Tobyanna. Fa. He enlleted for the
offlcera' training camp at Platteburr
Immediately war waa declared and
received his commission as Second
He was assigned to the lOSth Field
Artillery at Camp Upton and sailed
for Franco In May this year. He waa
promoted to i irsi lieutenant and na
algncd, to Headquarter Company and
' made ono of Col. Frederick C. Doyle's
frtnlT. He was detailed as observer
lor tne artillery, ana it was whllo tak
ing observations over tho enemy's
lines that ho experienced his wonder
ful fall. The machine volplaned 7.ROO
Lieut. Danforth Montague,
Yale Boy, Was a Fighter
Through and Through.
First Lieut. Danforth irontnguc,
attached to Headquarters Company
,of tho 305th Field Artillery, 77th Di
vision, after being: shot to earth
from an altitude of 7,500 fcot and
later bcinir wounded In tho faco and
having his loft hand broken In a
fset and landed within bis own tinea,
the pilot being htllml and IJeuti Mon
tague escaping without Injury.
Later, while detailed an a liaison
omoer ha liml a hand-tit-band angoutw
ter with the enemy. This waa In Otf
tobar and hla ImpAllenca to Uava th
hospital and Join hla regiment doubt'
leas reaulted In bla dtatb. He waa
taken with pneumonia about tho Aral
ot the laat month ot tha war and died
a Waok later. Newa of hla death waa
reoelved only yesterday.
Lieut. Montague waa popular with
his man ana sua tea mora inrougp
many a hard fought battle, through
all of them In whlob the Metropolitan
Division waa engaged, Ilia popularity
with men followed blm from bla ool
lego daya and also with tha younger
social sot ot New York, At ono time
he wrote much of tbo mualo for tho
college entertainments tuid waa a
member of the D, 1C B. Society.
He waa a fellow of charming man
ners and disposition, generous and
kindly, and bla first regard waa al
ways for the other fellow. They'll all
miss "Old Dan" at Yale.
to Unglnnd for Bach
WASHINGTON, Doc. IS. Hear Ad
miral Iladgor told tho Houso Commit
tee on Naval Affairs yesterday that the
United Rial had agreed with tha)
llrHUlt Oovttrniuent to pay MO ftif
each American soldier transported
oversea In tlrttlah vessel. He aalil
Mngtand frequently had naked for B
iargur eunii but no agreement as lu Ml
lunruaao bad uil reached
B.M.1H a.LUUJ.UlL." ' ' rJL" j-AJ-.i.s'
TRY THIS FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Bretf It at keraa yourself, mv
money aad fe1 better
If tea nil a aslaadU. eoaaemlaaj tiis
tdy fr eabaUpeUea, elok besdashi, ala
elnsee an, torpid, llvsf, est small paak
art ot Dr. Carter's si ana U, Tsa U'dsy
and drink a sup of your awn brsnlag
whtDSfrr yon ntsd It.
This old rsllsbls vcfttablt rsnisty has
stood the test ot tint and Is now mora
popular than star.
ICstp a paakais In Us bouss all tba
ttms and brow a ouprul whso. you (mI
out ol sorts. (sTsrtth ft bilious. It alware
htlps promptly nd tetni mild aad
gtnlU Is Jutt as aood for oblldttn as for
For This Sale Only
ARTICLES A STOMtU
Aboutl,10aextra fine $12,
more accentaMe and enRiMf
for gift purposes, and they are
rare bargains at the sale price
Tliis is the finest collection of suits you've ever seen nt or near
uiim price. XNot n suit in the Jot in worth lens than $9 ntul most
of them arc genuine $10 and $12 grades. Very ilrcssy ntul fnnli-
ionnlilc; full belted models with slash pockets nnd Knickerbocker
pnnis. liig assortment of rich patterns grnys, browns, checks,
plants, tweeds, stripes nnd tnncy mixtures. I' till cut, well nintJc,
und guaranteed in every respect. " our money back on request.
Sec them in our window nnd note their excellent qualities.
15th & 16th Sts.
. N. W. Corner
I 83rd Street
THE ISOUL OFITACY ! How splendia m' trial
and supreme in misfortune. No nation has served
more heroically, with higher inspiration or greater valor.1
Italy, with only; 36,000,000 people,-mobilized 4,500,000
magnificent soldiers, and struggled to Victory through
snows of Alpine peaks and choked-up mountain passes:
IF the death grapple between Italy and Austria had
alone filled the world's stage," writes Charles Edward
Russell, "we would have stared breathless on one of the
strangest and most exciting wars ever fought, and cele
brated a thousand acts of heroism we now hardly know."
Charles Edward Russell knows Italy knows
her glory knows her sacrifices. His tribute,
in Hearst's for December waa written fresh'
from his last visit to war councils of Rome.1
IF you are not iriterestcdin" worldwide broadness'of
visionin generous appreciation of less conspicuous
accomplishment you won't want Hearst's this month
or any other. But if you want the one magazine that
more than any other represents the greater spirit of these
greater times, dont fail to read Charles Edward Russell
on "The Soul of Italy' in the December number of
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THE ONLY SALE Q
WIIERE BIG JAVNGJ
DO you know the truth ahout liquors -that
the supply will be exhausted
months before the country goes bone dry ?
This and the new revenue tax of $6.40 a
Ration will make the price shoot upward.
Our reputation as reliable, merchants for 30
years is back of our guarantee of cut prices
BUY NOW BEFORE THE SUPPLY
RUNS LOW AND PRICES GO UP
Every i!em here is
an unusual bargain
10 to 30
than what you are
These Specials for Today and Saturday
AMERICAN WHISKIES not. Gal.
Old Taylor Dondtd 2.00
Harm'gs Dnd.l qt., 2.40; bot. 1.90
Quck'hT Ud.l qt., S2.50J bot. 2.00
Ovorholt. bonded, qt.. .... 2.SO
Jordan, 8 yr.i qt., $2.S0 bt. 2.00
rand Dad Dd.;qt..sz.'lo; bt. i.vo
Hun.er or Old Cutler 1.90
Old Crow; qt., S2.00J bot.. 1.7b 7.50
Old Hickory Pure Mye.full qt 1.75 7.00
Old Hickory Pure Ryo.bot.5a 1.50 7.00
OoldenSponsor Rye,full qts. 7.00 7.50
Green Rlvsri qt., S2.C0I bot. 1.75 7.50
Hunter Whiskey, W. c... 1.0 7.50
Old Private Stock, quart. 1.75 7.00
Wilton, Sl.Vui Duffy's Malt. 1.55
Comm'l Ryef qt., St.GSi bot. 1.40 0.50
Imperial Club Whiskey.... 1.25 6.00
Favorite Whiskey 5.00
Holly Club Whiskey, qt.... 1.65 6.50
Corn Whiskey. Orchard br. 1.50 6.50
Seagram's Canadian Club., 2.35
RED WINES not, OaJ.
St. Jullen Type Claret J5 1.50
Crown Court Claret 40 1.75
Medoe Qrand Malion 50 2.00
St. Jullen Oordeaux ,75 2.75
Medoc, Darton e Quettler's 1.23
Qt. Ettephe, Calvert & Co. 1.50
Medoc, Nathl. Johnston,.,, 1.50
WHITE WINES not, cui.
Hochhelmer White Wine,. .50 2.00
Nlerptelner White Wine 75 2.75
Koenlobachcr, A, Kramer 1.75
Hochhelmer, Volkenberg... 2.00
Lnubenhelmer, Krote's..,. 2.25
Ssutsrnes, .501 Plnest 75
Haut Sautarnes, .75. Finest 1.00
Sauternes. Darton A duett 1.25
Oarsac, N. Johnston....... 1.50
PORTA SHERRY Hot. Oil.
Eagla Crest Port or Sherry .43 2.00
Oolden Valley Port or Sherry .55 2.23
Old Castle Port or Snarry .60 n.M
Mtdlsco Port or Bhsrry... .73 3.00
Oporto Port. Importtd .... 1.00 4.00
Oellcloto Sherry, Imported 1,00 4.00
Duff Oordon Sherry . 1.00 4.00
A. 0. F. Qraham's Oporto. 1.25
Palldo Flno Sherry, Ivlton's 1,25
M.M.M.GuvllU Clo Sherry. 1.50
Old Ruby Port Oporto. . . 1,50
Many Other Orands Not Lilted.
Dscardl Rum 2.35
Field's Jam. Rum, Imp... 2.50
Carlton Jamaica Hum 2.00
Tuxedo Cocktallt, quart.. 1.73
Creme de Menthe, 1.50 and 1.73
Rock and Rye, for colds,. 1.50
Grenadine, 75ci flnett 1X0 -
Chfrrlre for Cocktails 75
Kummel, Oueentboro 1.50
Dubonnet, J. D. Martin's. . 1 75
MANY OTHER BRANDS NOT LISTED AT SACRIFICE PRICES.
"jrnTrn urtiicfir-o .. . - s
Mackey A Mackey XXXXX 2.15 ,50
Ramtey's Scotch, 2.23 10.00
Cunningham's Scotch 1.85 8.50
M tchrl's Flnett 8eotch. .. 3.00
Kino Qeoroo j.ao
Johnny Walker 2.o
Halo 4 Halo XXX 3 00
Hiilu A Halo XXXXX 3.50
Klnatmero Scotch 2.25 10.00
Sandy M'donald, 10 yrs. old 3.00
Chatmorth Scotch XXXXX 2.23
Dowar'a or Uther'a Q. c... 2.75
Dewnr's White Label 3.00
White Hone Scotch 3.00
Ssnderton's Scotch 3.00
IJIack and White ! i m
IRISH WHISKIES Dnt; 0l
E. A J. Durke's Irlih XXX 2.50
Uuehmlll Irish XXX .... 2.50
John Jameton A Son XXX 2.50
Ounvlllr irlth 2.25
Jamet Doyle A Co. Irlth... 2.23 10.00
James Cunningham Irlth,. 1.85 8.30
BRANDIES lioL Uax
Majestic Cognao XXX. ...2.00 .0o
Du Archlle Freres XXX... 2.23 IftOO
Martell or Hennettey XXX 3.00
Ormont Fralte Cognac XXX 3.00
Jean Orlinac Cognac XXX 2.73
J. Robin Cognac Q. L. XXX 2.75
'lerre Dtllan Cognao XXX 2.75
Planat A Co. Cognac XXX .".50
nrape Drandy ,jq
Dlackberry Urandy.1.23 and 1,50
Peach or Apricot Cordial.. 1.M)
Ginger Drandy itg
Gordon Ory t.SO
Tuxedo Club Dry,.,,,.,.,, 1,7s
Queemboro Dry 1,50
A. Lane's or Gsyoto Dry. . 1,75
Stelnhagen H. Albert, qts. 2.50
Plymouth Gin , 3.00
Dol's Imported Qln, fugs,. 3.00
De Kuyper Holland Gin... 2.o
Meder Swan Gin, 1.3 gal.. 3.50
Ouchu Gin, Dr.Douvlert, qt, 1.73
Van Oer Veldt Holland Uln 1.75
Oueentboro Holland Gin... 1.50
Sloe Gin, flnett, J1.60 and 1.75
Tom Gin, flnett.. 1.50 and 1.00
Piper Heldtlck 2,75
Dry Monopole (Drut) 2.75
Pommery Champagne, ptt. 3.00
Dry Imperial " ptt. 1.00
Pearl Seat, Domes., ' ptt, ,90
London Club 1,00
Vermouth, Italian, Imp'ted 1.10
vermomn, r-rcnen, impord 1.73
Vermouth, Ital., M. Ooada. 1,00
Vermouth, French, Fratcat 1.00
Vfrmoum. iianan, aom'tic. ,75
Virmouth, French, dom'tla ,75
We fterv the Illrht to Mmlt Qusntltlea. rr 'ery m city orders amount.
ins 10 tait ruuuri'tn v"
carxfully bfor nccepllns- soo
Jus norit mpo.ii on ju
nut vuniui.ir, , ' . " pn oruflrs imoiint.
Ail thlpmentt rartf il'y pnvUl: sxatnlo ptikass
oU hltpil st buynr'i rltk, No Li. yj. I), orileri
until retu'ned, Kelt charKad st wholm ja.
ESTABUSQED SINCE 1887
Eighth Ave., Ji&s. N. Y
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