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THE WASHINGTON DERALD, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 191.
Old Dutch Specials for
Friday and Saturday
Smoked Hams tV1 18c Small Fresh Hams, lb., 18c
Fresh Shoulders, D 16c
Lean Peril Roast, lb 18c
Lot of Fresh Pork, whole, lb 18c
Loin of Pork, center, lb 21c
Lean Pork Chops, lb 19c
Boneless Bacon, small strips, lb 22c
Sliced Bacon, lb 24c
Sliced" Ham, lb 24c
r QTC LevQf. ID ... ! C
Compound, lb 9c
HoDy Brand Meat, lb 20c
Holly Brand Links, lb 20c
Country Style, lb 20c
German Smoked Sausage, lb 20c
Knockwnrst, lb 20c
Frankfurter Style, lb 16c
Green Sausage, lb 16c
German Style Rings, lb 20c
Pork Pudding, lb 15c
Philadelphia Scrapple, lb 10c
Home-Dressed Poultry, Turkeys, Baking Chickens, Fancy Fowl and
rins Chickens at Lowest Market Pr.ces
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
Great Crowds Line Way of
Lord Roberts' Funeral
KING ATTENDS SERVICES
Notable Throng Gathers for List
Rites Thousands Pasi Body a
It Lie in State.
SAKE DEATH FOE TEOI CE088.
(;,m ipse Nsfctlr Try to Crawl
Within British. Liars.
London. Kov. U.-Th praaa bureau to
night Issues t continuation of th narra
ttve by "an eyawltnesa" of operations In
Franc nd Belgium.
The situation on the front la unaltered,
the account aaya The Germane bava con
tinued to preaa generally along the line,
but have focueed attenUoii moetly around
Describing the aaaauit, the account con
tinue!: "As each successive attempt to take
Tprea falla, the bomban:i..nt of the un
happy town i renewed with ever-lncreaa-Ing
"Further Information In available re
garding the enemy'g method of sniping
and spying upon our dispositions. Xon
commlaaloned officer arc offered Iron
crosses If ihty will enetrate our line.
At night time, S'crdlng their boot. hl
mets and other Implement, they crawl as
close as possible to our defenses, trying
to attract the attention of the sentries
by throwing stones In the contrary direc
tion. This generally CSMS Sag neighboring
sentries to fire, betraying the positions of
WOMAN BEING TRIED
FOR MURDER OF MAN
New Tori State Whole Milk Cheese, lb 20c
far Fancy Long Hon Cheese, lb 20c
I Holland Belle Batter, extra frade, lb 3Sc
' Derrydale Batter, fancy creamery, lb 30c
Selected, (jaded, large, meaty eggs; each
egg guaranteed. Dos.
Dressed Catfish, lb.
15c Seal Shift Oysters, per qt. , , 30c
Fancy Trout, per lb I2V2C
Red Fid Croakers, per lb l2Y2c
Spanish Mackerel, per lb 15c
Fancy Brnefish, per lb 15c
Botternsh. per lb 15c
Potomac Bass, special, ib.
Smelts, No. 1, lb
Pollock Steak, lb
Halibut Steak, lb
250 size, doz.
200 size, doz .
176 size, doz.
3 for 10c
6 for 25c
.4 for 25c
Fancy Maine Baldwins, pk
Virginia Winesaps, pk
York Imperials, pk
Grimes' Golden, No. 2, pk
Malaga Grapes, fancy, lb 15c
Yellow Globe Onions, pk 23c
Hubbard Squash, for ThankspTinf Pies
By HERBERT TEMPLE.
8pre)al CaMs U Th WVhlnitoo Herald.
London. Nov. l. "Bobs" was burled
today while the whole English nation
mourned. The funeral services for the
late Lord Roberts In St. Paul's Ca
thedral overshadowed even the war
news and hundreds of thousands of
persons stood silent and reverent in
a cold rsln while the cortege passed
through the streets.
Royal tribute was paid to the mem
ory of Great Britain's best beloved
solJler, or the "maater gunner," as
Kipling called him. King Oeorge at
tended the funeral, together with hlirh
officers of the army and navy, mem- j Rockvllle. Mil.. Nov. 1. Miss Susie
bers of the government, diplomats of I Thompson, forty-five years old. owner
foreign countries, and scores of other! of considerable property at Thompson's
notables. Corner, this county, and member of a
Aa the cortege reached the cathedral well-known family, wss placed on trial
nliieteen guns, planted In Bt. James' before a Jury In the Circuit Court here
Park, thundered a requiem salute and ' today on an indictment cnarging her
on the wet. Inn air the Hull m.,r -.r,, the murder of Josoph Klsh. a
Federal Board Plans to Let
Down Barriers to
ALL RESERVES NOT IN
Business by Twelve Institutions So
Far Is Low Compared with What
Will Be Done Later.
Miss Susie Thompson Charged with
Shooting Farm Laborer Outside
Her Home at Rockville. Md.
Choice Eastern Shore Sweet Potatoes, Pk. . . 30c
Fancy White Potatoes, Pk. .... 17ic
5 Lib. With Each 50c
Order of Tea or Coffee
4ic Pea Beans pVSc
Fancy Prunes, 10c kind.
. 7c Hogsiny, Southern style, Ib
Horseradish, 10c kind.
Black Eye Peas, per lb 7c
8c Mansfield Syrup, 10c size.
Kippered Herring, 10c size 8c
Pare Jelly, 10c size 9c Ohres, plain or stuffed, Itemize 9c
BoJ Fro; Flour 10c La Herbert Salad Dressing, 10c size 9c
Pure Maple Syrup 25c Blue Label Catsup, 25c size 20c
Apricots, 12c kind, per lb.
Vinegar, cider or white
Cooking Molasaes, 10c cast. ... .9c
Peanut Britle, 15c size 13c
Wesson Cooking Oil 27c
Apple Butter, 3-lb. pails.
Evaporated Peaches 1L. 7c Tulip Oats
10c Package .
OLD DUTCH MARKET
echoec ana re-echoed, giving to the
ears of the dead the sound of battle
he loved o well in life.
Crowds Tkront Way.
Before daybreak men and women be
gan gathering slong the streets
through which the body of Lord Rob
erts was borne from Charing Cross
station to 8t. Paul's Cathedral. The
route lay along Thames embankment,
which was dense wtlh peopla.
The coffin was Wrapped In a I'nion
Jack. Before the gun carriage Lord
Roberts' favorite horse was led. Six
generals of the British army carried Lord
Roberts' baton, the Insignia of Ms office
as a British field marshal. A regimental
band, with muffled drums, played a
In carriages which made up the rear or
the procession came Held marshals of the
army, generals, admirals, and other high
officers. Among them could be seen the
smooth-shaved, boyish face of First Lord
of the Admiralty Winston Spenre,
Churchill and the grim, massive figure
of Earl Kitchener, secretary of atate for
war, clad In khaki.
Lady Roberts, attired in the deepest of
mourning, and accompanied by her
daughter, reached the cathedral by ait
other route than that taken by the cortege.
The body of Lord Roberts lay In atate
in the church f"r three hours. It will
be burled near the grave of Lord Nel
son and Lord Wolsely, two famous Brit
ish fighters of the past who faced
enemies of the British kingdom on land
farm laborer, on SeptemDer ii ia.
The scene of the tragedy was In
front of Miss Thompson' at Thomp-
,. ... ih nr.innn Used
sons Lorner. . -- T I 7C banks
. ,....- Klsh was shot in the ! tanks,
abdomen, dying within a few minutes.
Immedlstely afterward, the woman
gave herself uo snd hss since been in
jail at this place.
state's Attorney " oia... .
ducting the prosecution. John A
r.t, r.nresents the riefendant.
Judges Peter and Worthlngton are on
A session of court Is being held to
night, and the Stale had rested Its
case and considerably testimony for
the defense wa in.
MINERS' CHIEFS INDICTED.
Twr.ty-lx Trsie Bill, rmnm mm
lllir Arkssssa Blots.
v-r. Kmlih. Ark.. Nov. B-Twraiy-.il
TO REVIVE RARRV GARRISON.
Wl'llam K. Barry Garrison
Army and Nai 5 I .Ion Branca t
Gen. WIMlam E. Barry Garrison. No.
36. Army and Navy I'nion. will be re
organised next Friday night bv National
Commander Gen. H. Oden Lake, at th-
t'nlted Service Club, 1347 Pennsylvania
This garrison was once the largest
Army and Navy I'nion organization in
Washington but has not held a meeting
since 1910. It has a large sum in the
treasury. All old members of Barry Gar
rison are urged to attend the reorgani
zation. Next Saturday night Judge Ivory G.
Kimball wll give a free Illustrated lec
ture at the 1'nlttd Service club on Pana
ma aad the Panama Canal. All veterans
and soldiers, sailors, and marines In
Washington, whether they are members
or not of the club, have been invited to
hear this lecture. The lecture will be
followed by music and a smoker.
Including Peter R. otewan.
former oresldent. Fred W. Holt. lormer
secretary of the United Mine Workers 01
Amenca. and delegates from Texas Ar
kansas and Oklahoma, and James olank
ard, constable of Hartford, were Indicted
by a special 1'nlted States grand Jury to
dav on charges of conspiring against tlx
The charges are me nuwiv.... .
in the lockout of union coal operators at
the Barhe-Penman mines at Prairie Creek
following the issuance of a Federal In
junction against the union miners.
Veterans Hear Lincoln Speech.
The flft-rirt anniversary of the de
livery of Lincoln's Gettysburg address
was commemorated by William B. Cusb
Ing Camp No. 3". Sons of Veterans. In
Grand Armv Hall, last night. Hurnslde
Pos G A. R.. attended In a body, and
feeble veterans were carried to and
from the hall in automobiles Dr. J. K.
iGlcson. commander of the Department
of the Potomac, and his Stan were pres
ent. Llnco'.n's Gettysburg address was
read by MaJ. Edward R. Campbell, of
Cushing Camp. An original poem on
"The Sons of Veterans'' was delivered
DISEASE AMONG CATTLE
SPREADS IN MARYLAND
Federal Quarantine May Be Needed to
Protect Health Conditions in
District of Columbia.
With the foot-and-mouth disease
spreading in Maryland at su h
that it is row probable that
fcti.te will be put under Federal quaran
tine, officials of the District health de
partment Mew with nl.irm conditions
"Jhich may seriously affect Washington
Buspicious ...s.-s w hie , are being investi
gated gie ofhci.ls reason to believe th.it
Immediate steps must be taken to pro
tect dairy herds against possible infec
tion. In xie of these conditions, the Dis
trict Commissioners yesterday made re
commendations to the health department.
1 of a nature not divulged, regarding the
I publication of a list of dairies in the DIs
I trtct where pure milk may be obtained.
Permission to publish this list, as a safe
guard for consumers, probably will be
, given the health department this morn
ing, as the Commissioners are apprehen-
BtTfl bst conditions grow worse here.
It is known already that numerous
! cases of the cattle scourges have been
: reported in Maryland counties adjoining
the District where much of Washington s
rate milk supply Is obtained. Whether or not
the entire, the Iepartment of Agriculture will nut
the District under Federal quarantine
depends entirely upon developments.
Asked for Copper-lined Coffin.
The will of Martha Geiger, filed for
probate yesterday, instructed that she be
burled In a copper-lined coffin; that a")
be left to her niece, Corlnne W. Tobias
and the residue of her estate to her sister,
HOLDS BIBLE AND LAW
TO BE CLOSELY ALLIED
SxB nana a
( B sXrxasarai Wr
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is made especially for medicinal use, and for the results its use
has produced medicinally, is entitled to and is receiving the con
sideration of old and young, the good and thoughtful everywhere.
This is as it should be. You, too, can
"fat Duffy's and Keep Weir
I ply yo". write a 1 we will tell yon where to
get It. Hadlra! booklet net. '
t Daffy t yw local drmargist. grocer,
dealer. (1.00 pn battle. If he easutot -
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y.
Justice Barnard Says Five Boob of
Moses Are Much the Sare as
English Common Law.
Justice Job Barnard. In discussing the
literal teaching of the Bible In Its re
lation to modern law last night at the
Church of the New Jerusalem, declared
that If the spiritual law of the Bible shall
be manifest In all our' statute law and
In our international law. then "we mav
expect our conduct toward each other, as
individuals and States, to be more In
accord with the golden nil than it is
"When men and nations learn to deal
jublij wun eacn outer. ' he said, "they
shall beat their sword into plowshare
and their spears Into pruning hooks."
The common law of England, which la
the basis of the American statutes. Jus
tice Barnard said, is founded upon much
that is recorded in the Five Books of
ioaee. 1 ne criminal laws have been
mainly Inspired by the commandments
which say "thou shalt not' All the legis
lation concerning the Sabbath is found
ed on the commandment, 'remember the
Sabbath day to keep it holy.' "
TAKE TOWK DI EUPHRATES.
rtoMlana Capture lolaeh. Impor
tant Poat, I'rtrourad Anaoaaee.
Petrograd, Nov. 19 The capture of
Tutach, an Important Turkish town in
the valley of the Euphrates, is announced
in an official report from the Russian
governor general at Tiflls. It says:
"A Russian column haa defeated the
Turk In the direction of Erserum. There
nave Deen numerous skirmishes in which
the enemy was repulsed. The Russians
have occupied Tutach, on the Euphrates."
NEW HAYEK RE-ELECTS ELLIOTT
by Col. John A. Joyce.
All Officer I hoirn for Another
Teraa by Directors.
New York. Nov. IS. At a meeting of the
directors of the New York. New Haven
and Hartford Railroad Company held to
day. Howard Elliott was re-elected preal-
dent of the company and chairman of
the board of directors A. S. May wa
re-elected treasurer, and A. E. Clark wa
The following executive committee was
elected: Director Howard Elliott, Ar
thur T. Hadley, T. Dewltt Cuyler, W.
Murray Crane, James T. Richard, Ed
ward Millie. in. Henry K. McHarg, John
T. Pratt, and Frank W. Matteson.
The following committee was appointed
in the John L. Blllard matter: Messrs.
Elliott. Richards, Mllllgan, and Francis
The following committee was elected to
take up the Eastern steamship matter:
Messrs Elliott. Richards. Benjamin
Campbell, and Joseph R. Russell.
His Head as Hard as a Brick.
A brick, falling four stories from the
annex of the New Occidental Hotel yes
terday morning, atruck William Carpen
ter, colored laborer, in the head. Ca.--penter'i
bead proved almost aa hard as
the brick for he received only a slight
calp wound. After treatment at the
Emergency Hospital he returned to hi
Funston to Aid Catholics
Confusion as to whether the United
PtatfB miernmant n
1 o---.' " ursnizxiioii8
' affiliated with th Catholic Church were
iv unng away rrom vera Crui the
refugee priests and nuns thsrt was
cleared away yesterday by an order
from Acting Secretary of War Breck
inridge to Oen. Funston to give 'tit
portatlon to all of th clerical retugae
who desired It
NO DISEASE THERE.
Thompson Dairy Farms, Whose Of.
Bee Are oa 1 1th St., Immune.
The Herald In Its issue of November
17 stated that the hoof and mouth disease
had been found on the "Thompson farm."
This referred to a small farm on the
Brlghtwood road, and not to the farms
Austria to Take Cotton.
Ambassador Dumba. of Austria-Hungary.
veterday told Acting Secretary
of State Lansing that Austria-Hungary
was In the market for large quantities
of cotton, and that It was expected pur
chases would begin, now that the New
Tork exchange has been opened. Or
dtnarllv. So.OOO.non worth of American
cotton is taken annually for manufac
ture In Austria-Hungary. The cotton
mills in his country, he said, are oper
ating on a basis nearly. If not entirely.
normal, and could take large quantl
tlea of cotton In spite of the war. Such
purchases, he pointed out. would as
sist the American cotton producer.
Return von Buelow's Jewels.
Paris. Nov IS '. aluable jewelry and
wad of notes found on the body of Count
von Beulow. son of Prince von Beulow.
who was killed at Peronne. have just
been returned to the colonel of his regi
ment in the Imperial Guard, with the
"The officers of the French Dragoons,
whose houses were pillaged by your troops
at F.pernav. make It a point of honor to
return the valuables found upon the body
of lieut. von Beulow."
Find Six Spies in Madhouse.
Piris. Nov. 19 Hslf a dozen German
spies, who hid In a madhouse in Lor
raine, have just been arrested. They
gained admittance to the asylum while
the medical staff was transferring its
authority to the cl 1 administrators, and.
pretending to be lunatics, obtained vslu
able information of troop movementa by
Sues City for Son's Death.
New York. Nov. 19 Richard ". W.
Waters, of Brooklyn, retained counsel to
day to bring a suit for damagea against
the city for the los of his six-year-old
,,n Chester Stanley Waters, who died
The Federal Reserve Board probably
will reduce rediscount rates of several of
the reserve bank next weak, so as to
remove the barrier to rediscounting
transactions purposely established at the
opening last Monday.
The changes are expected soon after
the completion of the reserve payments
y oanks of the Dallas and San Fran- 1
Officials expect that by the beginning j
of next week nearly all of the country '
Lanka will have made their pavments '
and that the twelve reserve banks will
be In a position to report to the Federal
Reserve Board that they have In th. -ir
vault, praetleally the full amount of re-
serve required by the law for the open- '
Ing of the new system.
Board l.lmlta Scope.
With the reduction of the rediscount
rates the real operation of the new In- ;
stitutions will begin. Although It had
been announced that the scop of the
reserve bank operations at the opening
would include rediscounting and accept
ance of deposits, of checks drawn by
member bank on other member banks
in their district or on Federal reaerve
as well as the acceptance of de
posits of reserves. It is a fact that the
reserve board limited the scope to the
last function at the outset.
The twelve reserve bsnks altogether
ha e totaled only a few million dollars
of rediscounting. which sum Is hardlv
comparable with what the banks will
do in a similar period after rediscount
levels normal to the financial conditions
in the various districts have been estab
lished. The reserve bank officials seem to have
been pretty well Informed a to con
ditions existing in their districts the
week for the opening, for they suggested
rates ranging as low as S per cent
Some of the banks already have suggest
ed that their rediscount rates be lowered
so as to enabl thm to accommodate
their member banks at rates which will
make the transactions profitable to these
$1 36-in. Silk, 59c
Remnants In good lengths of JS-ln. Black Taffeta, SS-ln. Colored
Maasallnes and 3-ln. Striped Surahs, suitable for most any
purpose. Silks. If cut from the piece, would cost you 11.00 "AJf
a yard. In today's remnant sal
Remnants of Velvets and
Velveteens. Worth Up to $1.25 .
About 100 short ends and bias corners of velvets and vel
veteens, all good, desirable lengths for trimmings. Worth up to
11.25 a yard. Today
Silk Section. 8th St Annex.
$1.25 to $2.50
Dress Goods Remnants
a to 5C inches wide, all colors and black. 1(4 to t yard lengths.
Here i your opportunity to procure the right length for a suit
aklrt dress, or coat of the most wanted materials, such as Broadcloth.
Velour de Lanes, Brocades. Zlbelines. Bedford Cords. Whipcords. Cheviots.
Serges. Eponges. Ratines. Striped Suitings. Cheeks. Balmacaans. Etc. Re
member they are 50 to 6S inches wide and worth up to S2.50. gjm
On ale bargain counter, center aisle, main floor, today only, per OC
Dress Goods 8th St. Annex.
NOBODY IN TOWN BUT A. F. OF L SETTLES
MAYOR HE'S IN LOCK-UP j DISPUTES OF UNION
ht.ati cbushed by weench.
Wealthy Woman Foand I ncoo-
aclon. m Ihirrb Yard.
Aurora. Ill . Nor It. Miss Jennie Mil
ler, daughter of former Mayor Holmes
Miller, of Aurora, and known as the
wealthiest woman in Aurora, was found
unconscious, her head crushed by blows
of a heavy wrench. In the yard of the
Kree Methodist Church here this morning
The wrench was found near by. H.r
death is probably a matter of hours.
Ever- indication was that Miss Miller.
who was thirty-nve years old. was wav
laid by a maniac or a Jealous man while
she was passing the church. The best
clew I the statement of Mrs. Harry Hull.
who lived njar the church, that she saw
a man loitering in front of the church
Miss Miller was found in the church
yard by Walter Woodworth. a fifteen-year-old
boy. The woman's pocketbooa
was Intact, and on her hands were three
rings, a plain gold band, a garnet set real
ring and a ruby ring.
Forest Ranger Is Council, Jailer, Hotel . Bitterness Is Evident in Discussion of
Keeper and Lone Citizen of . Claims of Various Quarrel-
Mushroom Village. ing Organizations.
Bolae. Idaho. Nov. 1.-W. C. Taylor, of Philadelphia. Nov. 19 Bitter dis
Sllver Mountain. Is In the city on busi- j Pu as to whether the Machinists,
ness. Mr. Taylor has spent the last yearIHod farrier' and Blacksmith.' unions.
respectively, were going to control the
ln Jail. smaller organizations of the elevator
This statement, startling as it is. car-1 constructor, cement workers, and sub
ries with It no reproach, since the Jail I wav workers, took up most of the time
happen, to be ,h. present office of the tliTloZ. Fede"tl0n Labor
ranger station of the Boise Forest at Although In the elevator construr
Sllver Mountain. tors'-machinists' controversy, the ad-
Mr. Taylor has the unique distinction ' justment committee had recommended
of being the sole Inhabitant of the de-! amalgamation, it was a substitute res
serted village or Graham, on top of Sil- olution of Vice President Duncan, that
rer Mountain, about eighty-two miles the two unions merely get together ln
from Boise. H. is mayor, council. Jail-' conference and devise means for ob
er. and hotelkeeper all in one, the pooh- taining the unionization of all shops
1-ah of the city. 1 where elevator materials are manu-
Speaklng of his peculiar quarter. Mr I factured that finally carried the day.
Taylor said: A livelier tiff occurred in the debate
"The Jail has two rooms. My room has I over the adjustment committee's reso
a nice hay window, heavily barred wlthlution to withdraw the charter of th
iron. The other room, having originally ' .emenc v oraera inion unless. Deiore
been the 'cooler.'
I use for my refriger-
Two More German Generals Killed.
Berlin (via Amsterdami. Nov 1!V Two
more net-man generals have- lost their
lives, according to an olllclal list of casu
alties Issued here today. They are Gen.
Von Brisen, commander of an Infantry
division, and Gen. Vcn Wlnterfeldt. gov
ernor of Metx.
Shows John Brown's Sword.
Mrs. Bra i'N. Ill, an employe at the
War Department, and daughter of Capt
Ephraim G. Albertus. who headed the
Berkeley Border Guards, of West Vir
ginia, when they captured John Brown,
yesterday placed Brown s sword on exhi
bition in her office for the first time. She
found the sword in her home at Harpers
Kerry, where her father died In 1875
J. M. Studebaker. sr.. Hurt in Crash
South Bend. Ind.. Nov. 19. J. M. Stude
baker. r.. aged eighty, received injuries
today which may prove serious when his
limousine crashed Into another auto:nobile
In a snowstorm.
Ever Hear of Such Things?
Carlstadt N. J.. Nov 19. Nich'.a X.
Baerker has received a letter from his
father asking him to come to Germany
and take up arms to avenge the death
of his brother. Ludwlg. killed In battle.
Nichla raid he will answer the all.
Hicksvillc, K. T, Nov. 19. Henry
Kremp committed suicide because he
regretted the failure of religion to end
the European war.
Sayre, Pa., Nov. 19. While on their
way to school. Charles Listman. four
teen, shot and killed Andrew Milton,
fifteen, as the result of rivalry for the
friendship of Minnie London, thirteen.
Chicago. Nov 19. Veniremen who ad
mired pretty women were barred from
serving on a Jury being picked to try
Ixuis J. Welgle, a wealthy broker,
charged with flirting with Miss McKen
ney on a train.
May 1. 1915. they complied with the
executive council's Instructions to
amalgamate with the Hod Carriers'
The convention voted to extend all
possible financial aid to the victims of
the great strikes now ln progress ln
the coal mines of Colorado, the copper
mines of Michigan, the glove factories
of Gloversvllle. N. T.. and the cotton
mills of Georgia.
TRAIN HITS AUTO: 4 KH1ED.
rwo Me. ana -Wives Vletiasa
Van Wert Ohio. Nov. 19. Four persons
were killed Instantly n'ar here this morn
ing when a Pennsylvania filer hit their
automobile. The dead:
Durbln Islie. Mr. Durbin Leslie. B.
De H ,e.- and Mrs. B. De Hayes, all uf
WAR BRINGS UNITED RUSSIA.
All Rare aad Parties Rrongbt To-
ajrther, Smya Dowager Empress.
London, Nov. 19. A united Russia :"
pictured by Dowager Empress Marie in
an Interview with ner te.egrapnea nere
from Copenhagen. She Is quoted as su -ing:
"T hope God will continue to hold his
hand over us. I am sure it will b we
who gain the victory. So long aa the
war lasts there will he no po.lticai par
ties, no differences of nationality, m tne
lands ruled by the Czar.
"The labor pnrty is going hand in
hand with the ..there. Finns. Poles, and
Jews have become Russians.'
"Th Par! of Am-rira
,"' dellrhrfnl nHiHna fen.
' winter shmail. with II rhe
Jnest atT Tear hnel In tne Ronrr.
PerfeetlT snpolnfe snd aecorr
mndsrlnr 1 noo rriesta
.JfreeT R Aw, r, TM . Pron
TVder Cm. Vnsren.nr
Co age'jas. n...n nam.
"New Tork' ideal suburban
MAT TO OCTOgEB
Austrian Capture 3,000 Russians.
Vienna (via Berlin and Amsterdam).
Nov. 19. An official report from the Aus
trian general staff announce th capture
of 3.000 Russians ln Gallcia and states
that the operations against the Servians
are proceeding with great success.
IK Buildings Prey of Flames.
Pottavllle. Pa-. Nov. 1. Flftaen oulld
lngs, mostly business places, were de
stroyed by Are early today at Girardv lie.
The loss was S150.000. On account of
drought the water waa turned off and th
fireman had to atand by and see th
'Got Anything on Tour Hip V to Go
Atlantic City, N. J.. Nov. ll. Persons
who give "listed Jag" a drink from their
hip pocket flask will be arrested and
receive the same fine or Imprisonment
l ascribed for saloonkeepers who serr to
nation by a board of health surgeon.
of the Thompson Dairy, on Eleventh I Sunday night in iving tjouniy no.yuai
street which are nowhere near the , of tetanu. tonowing compulsory vacci
farm on which this disease waa found
No disease has been discovered within
many miles of their farms, as 96 per
cent of the Thompson farms are ln Vir
ginia. Wealthy Texan Found Slain.
8an Angelo, Tex.. Nov. 19. The body of
W. A. Guthrie, a wealthy San Angelo
citizen, president of th local waterworks
and Interested in many prominent con
cerns, wa found murdered ln the South
Concho River thi morning. His hand
and feet were tied w'th ropes, and ther
were several wounds on his head.
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Important to Milk Consumers
DR. E. C. SCHROEDER
Of the Bureau of Animal Husbandry, Department
SA YS OF
MILK PASTEURIZED IN THE BOTTLE
"This method of pasteurization will reader milk wholly safe for use, will
destroy the organisms of all diseases, aad will not change the flavor or paya
bility of the milk or cream. Microscopic examinations of milk so pasteurized
how that the bacilli of tuberculosis, typhoid fever, scarlet fever, aad other
diseases are killed, aad this is true likewise of all other disease organisms."
Oar Dairy is the only dairy in the city Pasteurizing Milk in the Bottle, the only perfect method of
The Board of Health of the District Awards Oar Pasteurized Milk the Highest Rating of Any Pasteurized
Milk Sold in Washington.
When You Drink Milk from Our Dairy Yon Drink the Best
Prompt deliveries to every part of the city.
Fruit and Sour
Do not confuse our dairy with the one referred to hi recent newspaper accounts; as we never
had any connection with any District dairy farm notwithstanding the similarity of name.
If You Stain Your Floor
it will be dry by tomorrow
W. H. BUTLER CO.
m C St N. W. Phono M. 1751.
2012-26 Eleventh Street N. W.
Phone North 5997 Established 1881