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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, ' MARH 2&- 1919.
BOY SHOT BY DRY
'AGENTS IN VA. DIES
.Winchester; va. March 28. u
IX Hudson, an eighteen-year-old boy.
dd this morning' at the Winchester
Memorial Hospital of bullet -wounds
suffered when he was 'fired on early
Wednesday by W. CSKall, prohibition
agent, and els deputies.
'Hudson was in an automobile car
rying: a load of whiskey from Baltl
nrore to Danville, Va., Hudson's home.
Raymond C Shackelford. who was In
the car with hlra at the , time, was
killed instantly by the dry agerfts.
In a ' statement yesterday at the
hospital, Hudson told Sheriff Luther
Fannett that neither he nor'Shackle
fftrd took their pistols from their
packets when- attacked.
Say They Fired.
Hall claims that both of. them fired
af. him, and that lie shot In self-defense.
(Hudson's mother is expected to
reach here today from Danville. Hel
has a brother at Roanoke, who has
also been notified.
wIt is probable that, the body will
lave to remaja here until a coroner's
jury can bej sent from -Shenandoah
county to view the 'body before" 1t; can
fee removed. ' The scene of the trouble
-was In that courity.
The body of Raymond C. Shackle
ford, the nrst .alleged rum runner to
fee killed since Virginia's prohibition
law went into effect, was shipped to
day to Raleigh.-N. C, in response to
a.telegram,froin his,-wife. . i '
$5hackleford was killed on the vaJTey
Pike sear nere on Wednesday xaorninp
when, with" Hudson,, he .attempted.- to
JGecause of the; intense -fegling.brere
against the -dry agents 'and Jf'&ydhey
Peters, State, prohlbltl&n tfomraisslph
apt the inquet, whlh began yesterday,
has been postponed & some, .future
date when excitement subsides.
CoBaraiseionsr JEfiters.. Ma r.nnnsel.
. B. Mulford. and the lry-agents
have left Winchester.
'The Law Bsf orcein Xeague here
has IsBue&i 35. .saW'saeiit- paying -.thj?
nb of several hundred 'persons
which menaced the commissioner -and
hvs agents Wednesday nlghrJdoe's not
vjUce thevisentiateBt t the'law',abid
laV majority -of -:the ltowa. - T -. -
wA. coroners jurjr-iewedthfribpdy
of" ffcackleferd here. yesteQJUiy.
Expositions, were taken and arrange
ments w made to proceed wUnlhe
iafetriry. Irarilr JttW4tfv
V T BUILD MAJTT TBACTOR5. .
A. production f more than twice
tffe number of fattn tractors made in
1JH8 is estimated for this year, ac
cardlas: to fljnfres nicefved "from
rafenufacturers by the Department of 4
Agriculture todays Xrayst y&arX .pro
duction totaled 33S.W7, Jhe eaab
naent stated, and ' the amount ex
pected for this .year. J3L&15. a;
The Team Was Busy Looking For Something to Use For Second 6ae When That
Mover's Wagon Went By V .'
... - By. FONTAINE FOX., .' ,
COURT NOT A DEAR AND
. JS NOT FROM MISSOURI
A3A3 B,W t?JJt.Amt9
fEvelyn SL Hedln has flie'd suit
acalBfit George Lewis for45;00tl dam
ages for alleged iajurjtea. MrJJ. Heain,
vJao la .represented' by;,'At!tory
Cwonre Maurice Morris, alleges that
uX December 9, lastr on UnlonStatiGBrj
Etaaa an automobile belonging - to
Ijfcwis struck her, "breakhap' herright
Metier, lacerating her eye and left
Itaad, aad laming her back .and hip.
FOR BARtT COJPFO aV
Tbe War Department ftouauncea'&ie
fallowing organizations have been as
akraed te-early-eeHvoyj Rase hospital
W5 bakery company 397; following
eagantzatlons of the-Thlrtyf If th -di vls-iefe--SJxtlet&
hyadauarFera. l2Sth, 129th. and 130th
feld artUIery. y
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WORCESTER, Mass.. March 28.
Mrs. .Margaret Rowley-appeared in court
as complaining witness. She charged.
her neighbor. Alary Eddy, of assaulting
"What 'is" the trouble?" Questioned the
judge, of Mrs. Rowley.
"Wait, my dear, and. I'll show you.
alle replied. Then she proceeded to un
button her waist.
"I'm not a dear and you needn't show
me." was, the" judge's caustic comment.-
However, upon testimony or. the-police
and- other, -Witnesses the court. imposed,
a nne oi uv onwo aeienaaai. .
10-YEAR-OLD BCtf ROUTS
BURGLAR BINDING MOTHER
CHICAGO. March 28. 1 When Ray
mond Moravek, ten- years old, went
.up the back stairs, of .-his home, after
bavins; jgone to the ..corner grocery, he
caw" a man tying' ha mother to a
chair. Raymond picked, up a heavy
"You .leave my mamma ajone!" he
cried, "Get out of here!"
The man ran out.
The roa obtained ohtranae to her
home, Mra, Moravek told the police,
WOULD COMPEL JUDGES
TO TRY OUT MIL CELLS
ROSTON, Mass., March 3S.A re
G.ulreaeat4hat all jtidges "shall spend
at least twenty-four hears-itf jk cell
in. eorTTprlson to wkkaf they" are c-
e6 stewed tosenteace offjMrfers' Is the
ualqae recQmBaHdatloK.MHralned. in
same: stMreasted amendments to the
Cia'stituUon el the United Slathy
sawara -4BBes wi,
scaeef teacher. - .
by posbigr as j,- telephaae. rapairman,' JM&ue. ! weey.aie. t
She Waalonc ... and wt aesaandeiiwit Ja War savkMPi Staaps tewtec
Qe uich uuuuwucr, 4y,. .
WILLIAMS TK.M'XB tt. .
Secretary ef th Trwiwiry tftsnti )m'
full legal authority fc' retobr fa4
Skelten WilHaBia da. Cmptrr
the Curreacy in effkfe. aceidiaa;
an eplnloa ef Att4rr -QeMvafc 3ai.
ffOsaTCpM 1KB Rt fl RMvCn 9iyv 2 SWSSjft'
: Open Daily at & A. ft! $Xll HUB TORNIWORE Cd. I-1! Ooi E?ar at 6 P
Courtesy and Service Always I
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MPS PLAGE IM
ON FOE MERCHANTS
SAYS GERMANS WONT
GIVE UP DANZIG
5 SSSSb' jBSSIr
TOKYO. March 2& German mer-
hanta "have been" drlyen.p.ut.of bus
iness in Japan, according to. officials
tjt the dftpartmeixt of a'grJculture and
commerce; attnougn some siui rcutia
their qttlces and a few are allowed
to puj. deals, through.:iupder rigid
supervision by the Japanese govern
ment. .-Some of these off icjss-which, re-
nmln are to be grven up( and .the com
panies will withdraw completely from
the coudtry. according' to' report. They
have apparently .despaired of all.
chances of trade after ne t?ar.
According to the latest official cen-
lius. there are lxty-f bur German firms
In Japan. There are twenty-ronr in
Kobe and twenty-two In Yokohama,
but as many of them have branches,
which are counted' separately, this
number may be reduced if the distinct
firms be carefully enumerated. Tokyo
has .seven tGwman firms and Osaka
three, with a few others In smaller
towns. Another census .shows that
there are still 76 German residents in
this caantxty, although, wot all of these
are Tiitereiied" ftf.the firms. Many of
the- Germs-"- who wireC Interested in
business- t - j were defporte during
the waV. .fch:was the case with the
German Asiatic 'bank.. the German
financial institution in this country,
which now Is entirely inactive.
THE moit importaat
fhlR ftfMlnn. than alt fh. w..Uh a 'rm
Jwprld Is yoyr ?yelelit.
At th mast reasonable prices we pla.s
.t yosr command an expcrltnco coverinc
nasy years 'of eye examination and flttinr
of ctasse. - Not onlr experience' bat years
of sclenUflc study of tbe jrabject and every
modern aid for proper fittins.
. Optoaaetrlt 15 Teirs Experience;
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; 438 Niitk Street N. W. "
t ADVERTISEMErjT. :
8biimalism and Stomach
Trouble Relieved by
Taking Nu Vim
SJd Mrs. J. H. Kcichiinc. or S55 X
lata SU Philadelphia: "I had-such a
jQ taste la my mouth all the' tlmtr
tnd dreadful pains from rheumatism
fn my shoulders J was always in. pain
jukI had a xtry weak stomach. Xoth
)ng I ate digested, causing rue pain
td bloating- sensation often. 1 hoard
i-bout Xu Vim being sp good for th
rhpumatism and stomach troubles. I
j ad only used about one-half bottle
M4 could notice I cauld cat better and
fe bad -taste disappeared, my pain
' bubaidlng and now after taking three
bottles of ?u Vim I am feeling fine.
f'6 aches, can eat anything and en
joy It and I cive credit for all" my
improvement to ;Nu Vim. Tliis won
derful Ionic will aurpriao anyone who
takes it by the aaick and lasting' beh
est." , .
The feundatLan of all our trouble
lleet In the stomach and'Xu "Vim is all
medicine and will surely put your
moraach and blood in good shape. It
i. sly 9Lud per bottle.
Sal at People's Drag- Stores.
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WINS WOMEN VOTE
NBW YORK, March
January, 1S69. v
Place Home of "WilHam H. Bright,
, Sceno-Combination living and din
ins room in which are seated-Mr.-and
I Mra. Bright .discussing' the ete'rnaJl
question of equal .rights. ., . -
i Bright, in addresilngr his wife; "it Is
a shame that I should be sitting in
the legislature of Wyomipg Instead
of you. My early education can!t
measure up to yours, and I know you
are far more .capable tnan-I am.":
History fails to- record the! 'exact
words of Mrsr Bright's Tepiy;but-it
Its known she .cleverly admltteaV'there"
twere several women in Wvbmlne- far
I more capable to.represeht their State I
; in legislative matters tnan tne hus
bands who had 'been .elected .to that
duty," Her reply apparency made a
deep impression on her husband, who
closed the. conversation with the em
phatic femark-J ' - '
;'.."Xi)w '-Betty; J know you areisht.
and -l'-m going- to see; what -can :be
(done. "We will aee it politics in Wyo-
jmlnj: can't "be played so" that woinenj
ovay iiav.D iiio ttdib inn oaine as men.
DETROIT, March "28. he -.brewing
of home 'made beer has become' a De
troit Jndustry. Xearly every house
holder has become-akilied in the gen
tle art of brewing; arid fourth-story
and basement breweries arc thicker
than frogs in a mill pond..
'The home brew rates as high as
12 per cent of alcohol, indeed has
more idek' In It $ long 'odds than
had 'the:beer sold fief om prohibition.
Housewives take as much pride in'
the quality of their beer as they do
in""thex quality and texture of their
Five poundS-of hops, a small pack
age of malt, 'a little- filter-massc, and
who cares for prohibition?
A local pharmaceutical firm is do
ing a land office business in the sata
of prepared malt. A brewer's sup
ply -housej one" that formerly sold
its products 1n car load lots to the
legalized brewers, is now catering to
the household trade, in five-pound
packages. Autos are parked-for half
a mile around the place.
At the outset, recipes for making
beer, -and more or less personal di
rection In the art, were freely glveh
to the patrons of the place, but, to
day, there is no time for puch things.
The supply house is too busy selling
hops to bother about recipes.
GEN. CHARLES GAITtiER
WEDS MISS T0WS0N
BALTIMORE, Md., March 2S. Brlr.
Gen. Charles Galtner, one time com
mander of the first brigade, Mary
land National Guard, yesterday after
noon married Miss Marie L. Towson,
of Waynesboro. Pa. She was a mem
ber -of the University of Maryland
nurses' unit, which teccntly returned
to this country.
.This is the general's third mar
riage. His first wife, "who was Miss
1 Alice Stockton Williams, he divorced.
His second wife was the divorced wife
of his brother. John Galther. She
died several years ago.
Minister .without portfolio in the.
Ebert afilnet.la a recent state
ment 'declared .that .Germany will'
nqt:stga aupeace which' involvest.
the annexation of Danzig by Po
land, according- t'o-n; dispatch from
Berlin. Her Erzborger is a mem
ber of -the Cen'trfstEarrty. Ho has
been a member' of he" Reichstag'
since M03., Heiil-ancconomic ex
perfand a"uthor"bf many works on,
this suVject JJejfiWjfeltl-rnany.
minor p'ub.ljic- offices tinder the. old?
regime, .and -was; alnember of thej
lit GERMAN CAEES
BERL1X. March 2S A liberal goy
ernment of the people Is not always so
liberal after all. The provisional gov
ernment has made some laws very
contrary to its policy In Germany.
One of the most. notable new laws
Is in force in Berlin. It prohibits
v.-omn from working as. waiters In
Berlin restaurants. There is no other
reason for the law other than the
wish or the male waiters, who demon
strated in the interest of rytlng out
women waiters and got the law
passed. Women can do any other
work, no matter how hard, but not
wait on tabic.
In Munich one of the flrst laws
prohibits sending telegrams in any
language other than German. This
law came frbm the radical Socialists,
who Teplied to the protest of Intelli
gent Bavarians that it prohibited cor
respondents from giving Bavaria pub
licity with. -Well, they'll have to write
In German otherwise how will we
know what they arc writing?"
CHECKER SETS FOIt HEROES.
DECATUR, 111., March 28. Students
in manual training- of schools here
haye turned over 364 home-made,
checker boards to" the Red Cross to
be sent to army reconstruction hos
pitals. Each board has a complete
cet of men made of button molds
painted red and black. The boards
are small folding affairs, and can be
carried in the pocket of & uniform
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