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U. S. MONEY 10 help
America Must Furnish Share of
International Credit, Says
LONDON. Nov. 28.?The United
State? has been called upon to sub
scribe a larfre share of the interna
tional credit necessary for the
economic restoration of Austria, pre
mier Lloyd-George told the House of
"I'rgent representations have ac?
cordingly been made to the United
States (Government in this case." he
added, saying that the condition ot
Austria was such as to require im
The refusal of the "United States
Senate to ratify the peace treaty has
not changed the stipulation contained
in the covenant that President Wil
son should call the flrst meeting of
the League of Nations, the premier
In reply to questions, Lloyd-George
denied that he made any pledge to
President Wilson at Paris that he
would endeavor to settle the Iri?U
Question. He stated that the alitar??*?
between France, Great Britain, and
the United States, providing for the
defense of France in case of wanton
attack, was dependent upon ratifica
tion by the United States. It was a
question entirely separate from the
disposition, of the peace treaty.
Munsey Trust Service
Inter??t on choking accounts on daily
Q ht Eon
Interest on ot_tnary ??ving? accounts,
Q compound?*-\ ?quarterly.
Interest on special savings accounts
Q compound??! semi-annually.
Every Day Is Interest Day
Monthly statement system to all checking accounts.
Machine bookkeeping?insuring absolute accuracy.
Foreign Exchange at Best Rates, Travelers'
Checks, Safe Deposit Boxes
The Munsey Trust Co.
15th and H Sts. N. W.
Uaihlnatun'a Sanitary De-atal OtOeo
DEFY OLD AGE
Nothing ages a person more quickly than
j decay?? or missini*? teeth?nothing restores
-^beauty more quickty than beautiful teeth.
Dr. White's reliability with _gh-p-ra<ie
*1 dentistry has long been recognized and ac
-, J Reliable; 1'ainle?? llentnl Work at Moderate Tri.?, a.
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Fillings That Stay In. Gold, GOLD cnow^n^n BRI,,tili
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ai mm' ' -~. It-?? of ?old: '.'-Karat. Our (J?**:
?-Xmalgam, Cement, 50c. prtc<. u. ^r Xvoth. _0
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DR. J. ?. FREIOT. Pro?.
THIN, NERVOUS, RUN-DOWN PEOPLE
SHOULD TAKE BITRO-PHOSPHATE
Creates New, firm Flesh,
Strength and Energy
In Two Weeks'Time
in Many Instances
Bltr-o-Phosphat? Should He l'r. ?? r,h.-?l
hj Kvery l)?-lor ?nal I ??-?1 in Kwery
Huafaiial ? ?-?'.. I.dltor of -l"h>?:
eisu? VS ini W ko "
?Take plain bitr,?-phosphate" la ex?
?client advice to thin, delicate, nerv
ous people v. ho lack vim, energy and
nerve fore*, and there seems to be
ample proof of tbe efficacy uf thia
preparation to warrant the recommen
dation. Moreover, if we judge from
the counties? preparation? and treat
ments which are continually being ad
vertised for the purpose of making
thin people fleshy, developing arm?,
neck and bust, and replacing ugly hol
lows and angle? by the ?oft curved
line? of health and beauty, there are
? vidently thousand? of men and wom
en who keenly feel their excessive
Thinness and weakness are often
due to starved nerve?. Our bodies
need more phosphate than is contain
ed in modern foods. Physician? claim
there i? nothing that will supply this
deficiency ?o well aa the organic phna
phate known among druggist? aa bit
ro-phosphate. wlmh I4 inexpensive
and is ?old by People'*. Drusj Store?
and meist all drugeruu under a gu?r
ante- of satlefaction or money back,
^fiy feeding Use nerve? directly aad
_- ? ????I I
Giorgia Hamilton, th* mondarte l
"morie" Sirlf who atas oneo thin ?rtW
frail, sorsi ' Bitro-Phoephatm ?roo?lai
about Ih* marie transformation. I
gain?*' 1$ pemndt anJ novar ho/oro roti
to so?//. '
oy aupplying the body cell? with
the necessary phosphoric food ele
ments, bltro-phosphaie should produce
a welcome transformation in the ap
pearance; the increase in weight fre
quently being astonishing.
Clinical t??_t_ made in St. Cather
ine's Hospital, ?". Y. C? showed that
two patients gained in weight 23 and
27 pound.*, respectively, through the
adminietration of this organic pho?
pettrte. both patients ei^im they hare
not felt as strong and well for the
pajt twelve yeara.
Increase in w?^ight usually carries
with it a general improvement in the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness
and lack of energy, which nearly al
ways accompany excessive thinness
should ?oon disappear, dull eyes ought
to brighten and pale cheeks glow
with the bloom of perfect health.
Physicians are now recognizing its
m? rits by its use in ever increasing
quantities. Frederick Kolle, M. D
??ditor of New York Physicians' "Who's
Who." says: "Bitro-Phosphate should
be prescribed by every doctor and
used in every hospital to increase
strength and nerve force and to en
rich the blood."
Joseph T>. llarrigan. Former Visit
ing Specialist to North Eastern Dis
pensatory, says: "Let ? hos?? who are
weak, thin, nervous, anaemic, or run
down, take a natural, unadulterated
substance such as bitro-phosphate and
you will soon ?ee some astonishing
results in the increase of nerve en
ergy, ?trenirth of body and mind and
power of endurance."
Bitro-Phosphate is made entirely
of the organic phosphate compound
referred to In the National Standard
Diepenaatory as being an ? xc<-lien\
tonic and nervine ? nd a Preparation
which ha? recently acquired consider
able reputation in the treatment of
neurasthenia. The standard of excel
lence, atrength and purity of its sub
stance 1? beyond question, for every
Bitro-Phosphate tablet I? manufactur
ed in strict accordance with the IT. S
Pharmacopoeia test requirement?
Bitro-Phosphate is therefore not ?
patent medicine and should not be
confused With any of the secret nos
trums, so-called tonics or widely ad
CAt'TMIX ? Although nitro Th??
phate la unntirssssrcl fer relieving
| ?i-ri uusaesa, s ite ? le a? e ?a aad Renerai
weakaeaa, e?r_ag to Ita tendear? te
laereaae welarjR. tbosr ualag It should
???Id fat-are t%el?sr (?sods aajeaa It te
Uh* Ae-t-e tm mr=r^~- - -
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NEWS OF ROCKVILLE
AND REST OF COUNTY
Nej-To Sent to Penitentiary f*>r Seven
Years for Cutting Throat of
R-OC-VILDE, Md.. Nov. 28? Con
victed by a Jury in the circuit court
here on an Indictment charging him
with an assault upon with intent to
kill Bessie West, a young colored girl,
John Wesley Miles, also colored, waa
sentenced by Judges Peter and
Worthington to seven years in the
While at work In the kitchen at
the home of Samuel Welsh, near
Avery, the. girl wa.? attacked by Miles,
who cut her throat almost from ear
to ?jar, nearly causing her death.
Jealou-ely is uaId to have been the
Edward Washington, the seventeen
year-old colored boy who was found
guilty by a Jury In the circuit court?
here a few days ago of setting fire to
a large barn on the farm of Charles
Veirs, near Rockville. several months
ago, was sentenced by Judges Peter
and Worthington yesterday to eight
years in the Maryland petiltentiary.
Miss Katie M. Trough and George M.
Breeden. both of Charlottesville, Va.,
were married in Rockville yesterday
by the Rev. P. Rowland Wagner, pas
tor of the Baptist Church.
Other couples married here within
the last day or two were Miss Hazel
L. Cole, of Chrlstlanburg, Va., and
Charles F. Altemus, of Washington,
Mrs. Orrla T. Herberson, of Laurel,
Md., and William McKenney, of Wash
ington, and Miss Margaret L. Foster
and James D, Dorsey, both of German
town, this county.
The county commissioners have
awarded to the Henry F. Voght Com
pany, of Washington, the contrait for
Improving Brown's lane, which con
nects the Georgetown-Rockvllle pike
and the Bethesda-Beane pike, the
price being about $11,000. The road
to be Improved is about three-fifths
of a mile In length.
The commissioners have awarded
to the same company the contract for
piking about four-lfths of a mile of
the Derwood-Redland road, beginning
at the Intersection of the road with
the Rockvllle-Oalthersburg pike, for
Judge Worthington. in the circuit
court, here, ha? suspended sentence
In the case of Charles Bennett, of
Derwood. Md., who was convicted
here several days ago on an Indict
ment charging him with perjury. The
Jury which convicted the young man
recomended mercy, and a petition
signed by a large number of citisene
also urged the court to be lenient.
Judge Worthington made it plain to
Bennett, however, that if he should be
guilty of any wrong doing within the
next five years he would be brought
Into court and sentenced in the per
It was charged that Bennett, in a
case charging violation ot the local
option law, gave different testimony
at the trial of the case than he did
before the grand Jury.
PLANS TO FRUSTRATE
REDS XMAS PLOTTING
Federal Departments Vigilant t?
Check Sending of Bombs
The Government today took steps
to frustrate the suspected "Red
Christmas" plots of Bolshevik! in
Public officials In many parts of
the country have been warned to
scrutinize carefully all Christmas
Acting with the Bureau of Investi
gation of the JuBtice Department, of
ficials of the Postofflce Department
are taking every precaution that they
can devise to catch bombs that may
be sent through the mails with the
avalanche of other Christmas pack
ages. It Is rapssible that regulations
may be changed covering the mailing
of Christmas packages to bring
greater security. Express companies
also are on the lookout.
Secret Service agents here weeks
ago began to suspect that "Reds" and
direct actionists hoped to stage an
other dynamite outrage during the
holiday season. This suspicion grad
ually became a certainty in the
minds of officials as tips began to
appear in official reports.
FLU HITS SPAIN.
MADRID, Nov. 28.-Influenza i?
again epidemic at Limares, about
fifty miles northeast of Granada, dis
patches stating that there are at
present more than 2,000 ill from the
disease in the city.
BLUE SKY' LAW UP
House Committee to Resume
Consideration of Legislation
Against "Wild Cat" Stocks.
"With the reassembling of Congress ]
next Monday, the House Judiciary
Committee will take up consideration
of the so-called "blue sky" legisla- ?
tlon against "wildcat." or worthless,
Such legislation i.? deemed essential
for the protection of the public gen
erally, especially holders of low-in-I
terest Government securities like thej
Liberty Bonds, who are tempted to ex
change them for valueless securities
sold through promises of impossible |
Treasury officials and the Federal [
Trade Commission urged this legisla
tion during tho last session of Con
gres. Many hearings were held by;
the Judiciary Committee on a bill.
Introduced by Congressman Steele, of j
Pennsylvania, which provided for su
pervision of all securities issues by
Treasury officials and widest pub
licity for values on which such
securities were based and the respon
sibility- of tho.?"? Issuing them.
A number of drastie amendments !
to the Steele bill were suggested by
Federal Trade Commssloner Thomp
son. Some of these amendments
reached out to nffeot stock exchansre
transactions In securities, and others
were held to restrict stock operations
? ru?? ? innati.?-?? and fiduciary offi
cers. Protest at-ainst the legislation
e ? on .n?? JaamtmaTp <"omrnit
tee and on the Federal Trade Com
mission, and the Commissioners in
dicated to the committee a desire
to redraft and modify the amend
ments they had offered. As a result
the legislation was held up at the
LAY PLANS FOR CENSUS
Dinsctor S. L. Rogers to Meet 35
Supervisors to Make Final
Final plans for the taking of the
fourteenth decemlal census will be
made at a meeting here tomorrow of
Djrector of the Census Sam b Rogers
and thirty-five supervisors represent
ing Uh? census districts in the States
of Maryland, Virginia. West Virginia.
Delaware, southern ?New Jersey, and
southeastern Pennsylvania. Particu
lar consideration will be given at this
I conference to the difficulty being ex
perienced In many districts in secur
ing a sufficient number of men and
women to serve as census enumer
ators, and It ia hoped to devise plans
to fill the vacant positions hy Janu
uary 2. the date on which the enum
eration work of the 1920 census be
A DRIVING FORCE
BEHIND KEEN SUCCESSFUL
MEN AND WOMEN
When yoo think of the succe*$fu! men and
women you know?people who are doing things
worth while?you will find that they possess
force, vim and energy?
the kind that simply**
brim over when the
blood is filled with iron.
Nuxated Iron by enrich
ing the blood and cre
ating new red blood
cells, strengthens the
nerves, rebuilds the
weakened tissues and
helps to instill renewed
force and energy into
the whole system. Three
million people use it an
nuilly as a tonic, strength
MAKE THIS TEST
See how long you can work or how far you
can walk without becoming tired; next take two
five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three times
per day after meals for two weeks. Then test
your strength again and see how much you
have gained. Numbers of nervous, run-down
people who were ailing all the while have most
astonishingly increased their strength and en
durance _ simply by taking iron in the proper
EASIEST Iff TH
KNOCK OUT COLD
AND AID FEVEF
Gen4??:. Qwk*k Ut*h-w ^*-**f ?
Do? Uh. W?k.
NO HURRY OR WORRY
rvoctors say you ran ? catch cali ?:
bowei* and ?iver are working right
Th* first thing tc dc ?? ?p?>*?d thtsw ?|
for a cold is nothing but a fiver??
congestion and although ????*????!?'
4*-Lngerous can b? reilevtxl might;
*a#i;y this ?ay
Oet a ie? cent? worth cf KZ tab
lets Take on* rigfat away Thay at?
tiny little wonder working taklet
that opsri up and r>??an?* th* liver a*?
bi weia, thoroughiv without hist? o
-, orry. They work whil* you worfc
m? discomfort. Tak* another In a>
hour, another tonight when yoo go *<
?. d Head clear? up. Watery, clog-fa?
up condti?n vaaisbee. aad cold dia*?
pea^? llareh, draattc. cold broaJcor?
or cathartic? make yoo fa?l h*A. braai
np the whole day. E-Z Tablets ?ar?
gentle?take tb*m at Interrala wall?
you work or play Prof t rod Taj
thousand? her* ?Two ala**? Sa< foi
IQA tablet wood*? botti? or It? foi
handy pocket sia?. People'? Dru?
Store? or aay druggtat ia Waahti
Camels srm sold 9very'wh*rt? ?? adenti fica ffy
eealed package* of __ cigarette* , or ten pack
e tie s 200 cigarettes in a gta&aint*~peper-covcred
rarton. We strongly recommend this cMrton
forth?? home or office aupply or when you travel.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C
COMPARE Camels puff-by-puff with
any cigarette in the world at any
price if you want personal information
as to what Camels supply in quality
Camels are so delightful, so refreshing,
so unlike any cigarettes you ever
smoked they will prove a revelation
to your taste!
To know Camels best, smoke them
liberally. Give them the most exact
ing testi They will not tire your taste!
Your fondness for Camels will increase
the longer you smoke them?they are
so fascinating in so many new ways!
Camels are an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos.
This Camel blend gives you that won
derful smooth-mellow-mildness with
satisfying "body"! You will prefer the
Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight. ?t mll vin you quick
ly and permanently!
And, you'll enjoy smoking Camels
without any unpleasant cigaretty after
taste or unpleasant cigaretty odori