Newspaper Page Text
"BAYER CROSS" ON
I GENUINE ASPIRIN
aAIvvays insist upon true "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
The "Bayer Cross** -?rt Aspirin tab
tasta ha? tb? ?axne meaning as t4
karat oa gold. both mean Ge??u
"Bayer Tablet? of Aspirin"* ?It? old
be *?kin a?c?iTdlng to ihe aafe .?d
oro"?? - ?1fr????ton? In e-rh "Boyer"
ra^k?Lg?? Be rure the "Bayer Cross"
>? on package and on tab ets. Then
y?? ar? ?rf'f'ng the genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for over
?-.fehle, ? years for the relief of
????. Pain, Headache, Toothache,
n*?ra?he. Rheumatism, Lumbago,
For a few cen*a you can ?ret a
handy tin bo- containing twelve ??*>
l-*t?. Drin,'trtvts also ?? 11 larsrer "Bay
er" packnKe*,. Aspirin 's th?- trnde
mark of T"iyer M- nu'?'"r? of Mmi
o*".cet?.*acii1e?ter of Ssl'cvrcicid.
DANIEL LOUGHRAN CO., D_tributor?,
1347 Penna. Ave,
F??? GIFT OF GIFTS&
THE MOST USEFUL XMAS GIFT 3
THAT CAN BE GIVEN, MADE BY %
DR. WYETH AND STAFF OF J|
EXPERT, rAREFUL, KU LED DENTISTS $%
Owr I? aac life.Platea ani Kv-? Jtlng Brider Work
will be a very appropiate gift.
DR. H'VrTTH'S REPITA
TION IS TO D ntistry
what sterling is to sil
Tent- ry That Lasts
TaVat hai?) b rai raa y re-???"??'?! for
tfce pa?t ?> )rar?.
Ternu? of Payment to Suit
"A Hi Not ?l.e?
OtHrr Sel? af
to $1 op.
In folti, silver,
$3 CO?$4 00
reeta j-very K-.ea.ajr; I ?til -. o . l?x-k?-.und iy?, 10 \.M |,4??.1|.?3
iid? In atl. nflance All work fullv gua.rant-.-d ?0 y?as -ft?
_? n ?il y k?-ep name ani location m your mfnd "
;g ani local,on in your mind._" fj?
427-29 7th St. \. W. 9
Oppo? fte l.sn'l.urca & Tiro, and ?rver f_\
(?rand I a on T. a ("?>. Innre-?! ned JT
loi TT?oroua:a?:r I'ltnf???,*-?! Parlor? r?
_ Ibi Waskinirlnn. IMione Ma,? 1331. ??
? Kr* ?,e_l de?r1re fer hol?1
la.g the ??too?? *? b?-n **- In..;
rl ???>' aad pol s bed. Ila*
rknssrsblr laats for tn?-n'?
aa?i ?????*??*?'? ??****? ??laie
??Uh Ar t ?^h??'?-?? wall hrirk?
el ?? thai holder eaa Ix re
i ?? h?.?. >i In ii?e. I ??*
fai alike te th >?e that lire.?
. ? ,, . ? mi r? or have
? ili? r? altrnd to It (or tti-in.
I?!?s?l?4l for hl~h an* lov?
?h ?en aa* for dr? ? las en
pi'rd hy br-aah. ????aire or
lh? Spee * SU.c.er
teats, ????!' is
aad ? Hey bautta,
a a t resse?. ar
aay heavy mace
ri a U Rea-? lar
B*r4*e. fIJW. Spe
cial ?rt?? OOe,
lad-assl aad a e?afeo*l ta
rea? *4a. A pravrtieal tool for
aar ass?) all biada of repair
Men's ?fie pnlri Ladle*',
"""??-li'a'-l? or tin. till'?
Km Heels-??. n*s, *?"le
nulri I. ??'I????*. S**~? Pan
ther Rui,ber IlepL?, L'a?*??,
tr-Kd-re. %-r n?r >lru, ?urr.j,
year, tv a Ik m ore.
Griffin's Shoe Polishes and Dressings
Shoe I ream, ? ?rr.. rv? Ihe lenther. W h t
teniorc lirind, I u Ir lii-.md < olumti ? %
l.riiJi?]. II vl> ? l>r: ad, Nero l?ri?nd. l?-.|h r
dy?-?. Mar?, m-?io-^any. hmun or mruy
\\ hite or colored ?h-.e eie: nera. Sic ?j??
???>?.?1er?, hruilri: shoe ?h n'n- outfit nt
* ' -" <*. Wood h?-el?, ?hoe mrrl'k r-, ?In.??
In>-e-, all ??. I r? and U-uethn: b???*! ennme'a.
arrh >upi*i|. %e<vl ? >oV?, O'r n pair)
eio<h?-m bru.k??. H<?lusm? en-tun, AA
637 F ?. ?. W. WASHif.6.'0l
???_ ?*1 *!>' ?I4JS.
Opea 7 trtO 4. ?. to ? ?.?? P. tt.
aatorday?. ??? A. M. ?d 11 ??? P. M.
A prnri.i ?I rkor repa'r?n ?
?MM thnt ?III enable every
G : ? t? ? ? i > , ?? V\ p.-,?? nuliiii to i?rii?r
tiee Iri.e economy. II ?till r?
?'u. e ?our ?bo?? repair a-; bill
"5 per cent. Four alar Insta
ivi:h e>er> mil ?I. Steel ?h'*e
niiikrr??' limimi r, extra heavy
?tnnd. RVhiird??? ?te?! kalvcK,
anil , heel plate? nnd many
other aereKaary toola make up
th<- oiiifit at K:s, Ot?*cr ?ot
tlf?? for Ie??. liny leather and
all klior repu r ??? mntrrlnl
at ??nil-?? hu!r?alr priera la
The itrllkson? rellnblr hind
for ladle?1 and -rata' shoe??.
*'! -I?.?-*.-???! ????nee.
J. A DIES'
Baltimore Officials Return With
Specimens From Corpse of
"Whiskey Flask" Victim.
MOTHER OPPOSED EXHUMING
Police Search for Bottle Con
tinues?Bail Is Denied
BALTIMORE. Not. 28.?B^ntr?.?**
with them specimens of the body of
Lucile Sharp. Coroner-at-Lare? F.
Edward ?Smith and City Hen Ith Ex
aminer H. G. Branham arrived here
'his morning from Winston-Salem,
Miss Sharp died here under mys
'erous circumstances at the Union
Protestant Infirmary Saturday, and
her death resulted in the arrest of
John Keiley, a cereal manufacturer,
ind Allie 0?man, a Turk.
The .specimens were turned over
? State Chemists Penniman and
3ro*"vne for analysis.
To ?e Led As Testimony.
There may be some d.fficulty In '
?aklnqr the ana'ysis on account of ti?- !
mbalming fluid in the body, but it ?
? expected that the examination will |
e completed in time to use the find
mra as evidence at the hearing ..f
eiley and Osman, which will take
?lace at Northeastern police etalion
Onday before justice Rohleder.
The authorities at Wlnston-Sal-m
ave Coroner Smith and Dr. Ilranljam
?very assistance, even to overcomlig
? object'on to a post-moriem on th??
art of the dead woman's family.
Mrs. I?ura Sharp, mother of Mis
harp, who came here in response pp.
telegram from Kel'ey, and wh-.t
ook the body back to Winston-Sa'em.
hjected to a post-mor em examln ?
on. She ?aid she did no: be'leve ??t
aughter died of other than nattr.il
luses and that she bad implicit fatti?
Hather than resort to law to ob'-im
'.e body. Chief of Police J. A. Thouj
i appealed to B. F. Rutler, a ?on-in
?.w of Mrs. .???ha''p. Butler, who mur
ed Mi?? pharp's half-sister agree?:
? hare tir* examination, mad?*.
He said he was anxious to know If
there wa? any unnatural cause for
death, and If It Is prove?! there ????
he will help prosecute the charge.
Coroner Smith thought the body ?.
ready had been d'sinterred and wa
awaiting its arrival, but when he and
Dr. Branham reached Winston-Sale"?
they found no st??ps toward this en I
had been taken. Thief of rolice
Thoma? got ;nto c?->m?*nnn'cation wl-h
Mr. Bi'tler and Frank Vogler, an un
dertake, who buried Miss Sharp last
The body was In a grave In Wood
'and remet? ry, about two miles from
Winston-Salem, and Vogler immedl
atelv disinterred It. The autopsy wa ?
performed in the morgu?? at the ?* g
ler est?bil?hmtent. Dr. Branham oper
ated, while Coroner Smith assisted.
Several local physicians, who were in
terested in the case, watched the pro
The autopsy showed little. Dr. Bran
ham announced that the kl n<?v
showed a decided congestion Aft r
obtaining the specimens wanted th ?
body was taken back to the cemetery
The mysterious death of Mis? Sham
and the s? rious illn??ss of Mm f*athei?
ine Bristol, a clo?e friend, aft? r each
had drank from a bottle supposed to
contain brandy wh'le In Keiley .?
apartment, has created only m Id cur1?
osity In Winston-Salem. Neither Mrs.
Sharp nor her mother Is kno" ?
there. The mother lives In Atl?n-a
and wa? only visiting her daughter,
Revival of Bine Law In
Baltimore Brings Ban on
Sunday Sale of Gasoline
BALTIMORE, Nov. 28.?Auto
mobile? are warned. through
an order issued by Police Marahal
Carter, for enforcement of the
Sunday selling and work law?, to
aupply themselves with enough
gasoline to carry them over Sun
day ?lnce he regards Its sale on
that day as an act neither of
charity nor necessity which the
The sale of gasoline la specific
ally furbldd? ? and automobile
tourists who might run short of
fuel within the city limita would
h#> unable to replenish their sup
The g-rand Jury recently order
ed the police department to
?trlctly enforce the so-called blue
laws of the State which bear
heavily upon Sunday actlvltlea of
Ko Int? rfei enee with the opera
tion of street cars or the sale of
newspapers, bread nnd milk '? ex
pected, but druggists are limited
to the filling of prescriptions The
retail druggist.?1' association has
voted to defy the edict and make
a test case.
Mrs. Butler. Miss Sharp had ??t?t
betn in Wlnston-Salem.
Suspect? Refused Ball.
Hail was refused yesterday to John
Keiley and Aille Osman, now held in
the city Jail. Police still are hunting
for the black bottle from which. It to
?aid Miss Sharp and Mrs. Bristol
drank No trace of this bottle ha.?
! been found sine?* last Sunday night
j whei* Dr. John T. King. ?G , and his
son, Dr. John T. King. Jr. summoned
to 1917 Eutaw place by Keiley, are
j alleged to have seen it. Another bot
tle, from which Mr? Bristol is said
to have drank, was taken in charge
by Pennin-.an ?ft Browne, and the con
tents are being analyzed
Keiley Is said to have advanced the
th?*ory yesterday that Miss Sharp came
to her death from Brlght's disease
*nd that Mrs. Bristol became 111 from
the effects of spoHrd fish which she
'*ad eaten In a lunch room. Aside
from this. It Is said, both men have
refused to make statements.
Ball for KeMey was sought by his '
'a*--yer yesterday, but Justice Rohle- '
'er Northeastern district, acting upon
advice from the authorities, refused
*o allow the prisoner to be released
Osman is being held without bnll also I
In the meantime the authorities are ;
?eeking tc ga!n further information |
?s to the hnhits of the voung women
from authorities in Philadelphia, At
'anta. and Wi-ston-Salem.
PUSSYFOOT LOSES EYE
??RESULT OF DRY TALK
Good Humor Sta** With Him
An Sar?T?*on Performa
LONDON. Nov. 28.?"?Pusuvfoot"
Johnson, the American prohibition
campaigner, was operated on yester
day for the removal of nl? Injured
eye. Dr. Harold Orlmsbale, perhaps
the foremost of Br'tlsh oculists, did
it. "Pussyfoot's" good humor did not
Thus the veteran preacher and
fighter who battled the rum smug
-lers and later co-oper.ated with the
"nlted States marshal in the "bad"
listrict of Oklahoma, is permanently I
laim-cd as th?? result of a speech In
?he heart of I?ondon. He was attack
ed by a crowd of college students
?-hile making a speech In Fh-et
street and carried several blocks to
?e dw-ked In a barr 1 of b-*er Dur
ing the scufTle, in which "Pussyfoot"
-ood-natur?-dly "kidded" his hazcr?
he was struck in the eye by a missile
thrown from the crowd.
At first the injury did not appear to
he serious, but medication and minor
'urgery failed to effect a cure. Then
Dr. Grimsbale decided that Johnson
must lose the eye.
3 JAPANESE WARSHIPS
ARE ORDERED TO CHINA
Cruiser and Two Torppdoboats Sent
to Fuchow to Protect Nip
PARIS, Nov. 2S.?Japan has ordered
? cruiser and two torpedoboats to
Fuchow, China, it was announced her-?
yesterday. It was said the vessel ?
?.ere being sent for the protection of
lapanese subjects, and that tnstrc
l'on? had been given the command r
of the s?*ua?lron forbidding the 1 nd
ng of marines or the us?? ? f arms, ex
cept in case of absolute necessity.
A dispatch from Tokyo November
-0 said that four Japare.se ????????
boat destroyers had been sent io F -
how, one of the treaty pi rts of ?? ? ?
situated In the province of Foklcn.
where anti-Japanese disturbance? had
occurred. The following day a dis
patch from Amoy. In Fok:en. sad
there had been s? ? oui boycott out
break? In Fuchow and that ?even
("hi?ese etudent? had been kill -d arid
three wounded by Japanese sub.ect
\ll the schools and markets vere
i'losed, the dispatch added, and th
-lituation throughout Fokien was seri
3 BBLS. OF SHERWCOD
EMPTIED BY THIEVES
BAI.TTMORF*, Nov 2?*. ?Prohibition
laws will mean nothing for some time
? come for thieves who early yester
day broke Into a warehouse of the
""herw-ood distillery at Oockeyev lie
and ?tole three barrels of whiskey,
valued at ab>iut $'2.-100. a rallroa'
pick, probably used In breaking Into
the building. Is the only clue the
thieves left except the empty barrels,
which they drained, the contents
being carried away probably In
That several men had a hand In the
r bbery Is the belief of county offi
rers. The Government storekeeper
the only watchman employed on the
premises, was stationed several "un?
dred yird? away from the building
snd he heard no unusual noises dur
ing the night. The high wind and
r ?in probably drowned what noise
the robber? made. They forced a
window on the east aide, pried the
Iron bars out of place and lifted tie
harrel? though the window. This
feat Indicata* there ware several In
on the Job?,
SENATE TO RENEW
FIGHT ON TREATY
Borah Will Seek Quick Rejec
tion When Congress
War against the treaty of Versailles
has been revived. The first ?hot was
lr?? by Senator Borah of Idaho, one
of the most bitter enemiea of the
Senator Borah ha? Issued a formal
announcement that he will fight for
uick and final rejection of the treaty,
ind will urge the Immediate passage
of a resolution declaring the war at
:m end when Congre?? reconvene? on
"It I? time to look after the Intereat
and welfare of our own people." de
lared .Senator Borah. "Our indus
rial and economic conditions have
-eached a point where they demand
our first consideration."
But Senator Borah apparently does
not have the entire support of the Re
uibllcan party and majority in the
'enate. Senator McNary of Oregon,
leader of that ?mall group known as
mild reeervatlonlat?," has made
tat?mente In his home State that
nore than two-thirds of the Senate
ire ready to ratify the peace pacL
"here are ?vldence? of a split coming
between the radical enemies of the
' reaty and those mildly in favor of
he treaty, on the Republican side of
President Wilson, in the meantime,
s keeping hie own counsel. He I?
vorking on the treaty situation To
morrow the President and Senator
Mtchock of vaKr??ka will confer
nd plan for trclr opening campaign
h'eh may beeln on Monday
There Is every Indlcstlon that the
reaty Is not dead, but is very much
->Mve. One guess Is as goo das an
other at this time, but a rute gue???
<a that the treaty will he flnsliy dis
oosed of hy the f"r--t of the year.
PRIEST IS ACQUIT-D
ON SEDITION CHARGE
LONDON. Nov. 2?.?Father O'Don
nell, the Australian chaj.la'n arre?t
?*<J August 18 charged with us:n?*r
traitorous and disloyal 'anguage, wa.?
acquitted by court-martial.
In the testimony Father O'Donnell
denied he had used srditio ?? langu ige.
He declared he wa? a nationalist ;?nd
had never mentioned the King's nam -
except in eulogizing hfm for his en-j
deavor? to end the recent ra lwajr
Look at tongue! Remove pois
ons from stomach, liver
Accept "California" Syrup of Fir?.?
nly?look for the name California
.n the pai-katre, then you are sure
your child Is having the best and
most harr''??? lava?! e ? >
? r the little stomach, liver and
bowels Ch Idre?, low? t?1 del?.?!
ruitv taste. Full directions for
.hUd'e dose on each bottle. Give tt
Mother! You must eay "Califor
?p__ up to $2,000
All Diamonds returnable at full
iirlce as per written agi ?.???in? nt
Quality Jewelry Co.
438 9th St. N. W. ,
seal m m
FOR YOUNG Q_
Toung ladles both? red with dry oi
illy complexions and pimples, sk n
eruption?? chapped faces and hands
hat dl*t???*? tan get rid of such
troubles easily Ju.?t daub on a little
N'oxz? ina skin cream, the wonderful
new implicated, no.i gr? any, disippe
:ng skin cream. It leave? the skin
dry. soft and velvety. Heals blotches.
,..triples, skin eruptions, chap;>ed hands
md face. Makes th?? skin Just tingi??
.?ith refreshing c-tmfort. C.uaranteed
liest you ever used or money back.
11 druggists have It |n **?"?. an! 50c
nrs, plus the war tax. Or sent direct
?>y No ? ??? ma Chemical Co.. JJalllm? re.
Id.. up?? receipt of Joe. People's
i*n-gc st re*_
?V? l'Illa PUS %iH?. *%
< an ? ou lien? Il ?
Sold by ALL DRUOCIST.S
fir ???nt by mail on re?e pt of price.
PilotTura Co.. Wash., D. C
IN BALTIMORE FIEE
Blaze Threatening Heart of City,
and Destroying McCoy Hall,
Now Under Control.
RALTTMORE. Md.. Nov 2?. ? Fire
fol'owlng a series of explos'ons short
ly before midnight laat night, which
completely destroyed h storie McCoy
Hall, formerly the central building of
Johns Hopkins University. and
spread to surrounding former univer
sity buildings, busineas houses and
private dwellings, threa ened the Bai
ti nore City College, directly to the
east of McCoy Hall and the heart of
the theatrical district, wa? gotten un
der control at daybreak today.
The group of Hopkins buildlnga oc
cupied a square city b'ock, bounded
by Howard. Eutaw, Moss and Monu
ment streets. Within a few minute?
af er the flames burst from McCoy
Hall the fire assum?d confi ?grstion
like proportions, and it was only by
dint of heroic work on the part of the
fir e-flghters thai the blaze was con
fined to a comparatively small area.
The heat from he fire was ?o In
tense for aome t me that fl-emen found
it impossible to ascend ladders Two
firemen were buried under falling
debris and were rescued by comrades.
Yany other firemen were injured, none
of them b?lieved to be ?erl?usly hur?.
! owever, The engineer of McToy Hal
?vaved his life by leaping fro.n a aee
ond-story window of the building.
A blind music teacher. Miss l.a ulla,
Instructre a at the Peabody Institute,
was carried from her apartment
house across Monument street from
?h?* b'az ng old Hopkins bulld'ng? by
Ldgar S. Lynch, a former aoluler.
'The loss may exceed fl.OO0.00O.
The teat of John? Hopkin? t'nl
^erilty Is now located at Home wood,
on University parkway.
HEAVY PENSIONS PAID.
LONDON, Nov. 28?This country I?
paying out each month In ??????< ne to
di8.-i.bled and discharged soldiers and
depc-nilents a total of K.321.000 po"nda,
according to a statement male In
l'ari ament by Sir Worthngton
-'.v?-na. This means a year'y expendi
turt of nearly 10O.OO0.043O pounda
D. C Organise*- ri 11 Ben?h'st
iert? your ***** *u? r*mr ptopettf.
jury f:nsd soke legs
worth $5,009 an inch
NEW TORK. Not 2_?Flv? thou.
*nd dollars an inch Is th?- rat? in?-,
? Jury before Supreme Court Juat'ce
? learerlch yesterday decid? to com
pensate Donald C Hulette for tb?
os? of one and a half Inche? of or.?*
of his leg?. The verdict foi ?10.1 0
?gainst Joseph Schmidt. rea au rant
proprietor. represen?? the damage.?
Plus costs, and the amount expenlod
by Hulette for medical ?ervi? e?
Hulette, a moving pmttOSu a enano
writer, was struck by one of Rchm ?.'?
automobiles on June 8, lt?17. and *?>
injured that one of hi? les;? is an
inch and a half shorter than th? ot .
Sdn Tortured Cai?es Sleep
1322 G St ? W.
O-posll? K*? ph " ny f'h rch
C**nen Satis c_"j**i
Umtil 10 P. ML
STILL GIVE YOU
Suit and Overcoat
macie of fine quality doth, np-ta neht
roods.is lot extreme and cooMenrsdxre
'.5o:is_a-_a fa. .00
SsMcceeeot to the G.o-be Ootkin? Co.
803 Pennsylvania Ave N.W,
Old Dutch Market
Big Specials Saturday on
Fancy Fresh PORK Cuts
of finest quality, direct from our Government in*
spec i ed plant at fredeiick, Md., to YOU. A4 our
pork is cut from selected young corn-led porkers.
Pork ROASTS I Pork CHOPS
Cut From Small Frash Loins Cut From Fancy, Freab Pork
Center cut, lb.3?Sc j Center cut, lb.?40c
Blade end, lb.34c | Shoulder chop?, lb.3&
WHOLE PORK LOINS, Ih., 33c
PURE OPEN-I?TTLE-RENDEaRED LARD, Ib., 34c
No. 1 Qua'ity.
Fa-ry M Id
Cure. 8 to 10
lbe. A ?era?;*
Lowest Prices On
Choice Steer BEEF
Prime Rib Roast, lb.35c [ Chuck Roast, bone out, lb.25c
Bouillon Roast, lb.30c 3ottom Round Steak, lb.40c
Shoulder Clod Roast, lb.30c Hamburg Steak, freshly ground, lb. 28c
OUR SAUSAGE SPECIALTIES
Will add variety and ze t to your m?als. We make them oursJces of
ihe choicest meats and pure spices
Smoked Sausage, lb.25c and 30c "Pudding," lb.25c
Bologna Sausage, sliced, lb.32c Luncheon Roll, ? 2 lb.15c
Green Sausage, lb.32c "Victory" Roll, ? 2 lb.25c
Our Very Best
a ron t? 12 . .
MAYFIELD NUT MARGARINE, lb. 35c
MAYFiELD MARGARINE, Ib., 42c LARD SUBSTITUTE, lb., 30c
Lonrhorn Full C?-***am Ch?***e?e, lb.
Anona Pimen'.o Chee*e, 2 pkg?.
Cheese i?ffi?jteHEES Cheese
Anona Pimenlo Che?*e. 2 ckc? . . . 25c
tre Close Saturdays at 6 o'clock