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awTox t. an a ih ARD. EaMla* PTJBUSKSD EVERT MORNING BT The Washington Herald Company ?*5-437-4*?9 Elerventh' Street Phone Main 3300 L M. BELL.Pabfisher ?- G. BRTAJTT. rORRiG?r REPRESICJITATlVESi THE BECKWITH SPECIAL ?????? Hew Tork. World Bulldlaa; Chiesto. Tribun? Hulldln-*: St. Louis. Peat-Dispatch Building; Detroit, Ford Building; Kan*?. ?City. Ilo., Bryant Bulldlaa. ?nJBSCRIPTIOM RATES BT ?OARRIERt Dal!y ?11J Sunday, 40 rant? par month; 14.10 par yaar. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BT MAIL: Datly and Sunday, ?0 oenta per month; $6 60 pec yaar. Dally only, te cents per month; 15.00 per year. ? Entered at the poet orfica at Wesblna-ton, D. C. aa ?econd elaa? mall ?riattar. Still Fighting Germany. President Wilson is keeping faith with the soldiers who defeated Germany. Just as the allied troops kept up the firing until 11 o'clock on November li, 1918, so is the President fighting to the last moment for the treaty. It is significant that every newspaper and every interest in America known to be tinged with Germanism, is fighting against the treaty. Those Senators who must depend upon Cerman votes to re elect them arc ranged on the side of the opponents of the league of ? nations. In justice to several Senators who arc not dependent upon Cerman votes and who arc opposing the pact, it must be said that they are acting ill-advisedly and against the wishes of their? con atituents. Defeat 01 the league of nations will be a greater victory for Ger many than if that nation had won by force of arms. Eut there remains the hope that measures may be used to save the treaty as originally drawn. Political aspirations and hatred of the President have resulted in a sadly muddled situation in the Senate. Hope for final defeat of Germany on the floor oi the Senate de pends upon the leadership of the friends of Ihe treaty within the next forty-eight hours. The treaty can be saved. Every Senator who truly loves 1rs country has the opportunity left to get on the side of true \mericani?m. It is democracy oi the world against Prussianism. All Is Vanity. Doesn't it make you wear*? to hear ?ome big hunk of a man brag ?yf his sense- 01 humor? Or of his car for music5 Or of his memory ? Of his sticktoitiveness, or hi?, sense of economy, or his patriotism?' Either these traits were born in him, or else he was grounded and imbedded in these fundamentals by his folks; probably his mother. The scatterwit is born that way, and can't help it. The cautious, conservative, careful, exact child is that way from his crib; every time, sir. The mother's character, and the life of the babr months before it was born, largely determined what the big, boa>tful rascal would; ?fevc to gloat about forty years thence. And the weary hours mothers spend grounding and grinding: thine- into the thick, careless skulls of boy*>! ? Hours that >eom spent all in vain, but that leave their impres sion for time and eternity. The wit you think so well of, the resourcefulness o? your nature, Ike character you hare that's worth mentioning, i? no more to your! tjyedit, usually, than the color ot your eyes, or the shape of your nose, Or the compound fracture o? the tibia, that the old inule handed you1 ?"nice when you looked over your shoulder when you were unhitching.! And the only way you can square your private account is to de- '? ?Bote your eneigy, anil your patience, and your best effort to the J cultivation inj nurture and upbringing of some other Ik ir of the ages,: and lucky he'll be if he has as good a dad as you did. Bragging, 01 feeling proud, over mental or physical r/jalities is silly: but ?I's a form of ego that gets the best of us. We hold our greatness all our own, but our failures due to a mysterious Providence; if wc would reverse the formula wc would come nearer ihe Irttfh. The Six-Hour Day. 1.ver? body's talking about Ihe ?ix-houi day and the live-day week nowadays and wondering what folks arc going to do with the re?! of their lime during the week if the new order of things goes into effect. It will be quite a problem to put in the time under the. new regimi?beli? ve those who have tried loafing and found il the hardest work in the world! Thirty hours of work a week means that 1..8 hours every week truiM be put iti some other way, sleeping, smoking, reading the news papers, going 10 movie-, throwing dice for cigars in the corner fnioke Jiou-c, wordrring what to do and getting yeeved at !t.e world gen erally. Think 01 it, nearly live times a, 111..eh time must be put in somehow ever*, werk a-, is devoted to work under this scheme. Looks pretty hard, doesn't it? You'd almost think men WTjnld rise t.p in wrath ag*?in.?t any such sclicnic as that, wouldn't you.*1 Thirty hours o? work a week; School children put in twenty seven .md a halt hour a week at hard br?in work in the formative periods oi their life! Think of husky men working only as much cai!? week as 6-yca.*-o'd school boy, who, however, acler completing his ?G?>;?"- t?* school pul* in a lot o? oviTtirn* around the house during chore?- lor mother. To *oeak o? thirty hours oi "work." a week i?, really to put the propo-'.'oii ii?. :m alTogether also mann? r What such a scheme would ? .i!!v un .m would be that there would be thirty hours of play each link ior all those people existing under such a scheme of thins? and that there would be 138 hours each week of real hard work trying to put in the time until the interesting, enjoyable hours of so-i ailed "Work" ?ame around again! A UNE O' CHEER EACH DAY 0* TOE YEAR By John Keadrlek Rnug;?. >'!?;? f-lSSITIK**. "User****??. meal and ft: ink, some butter ?in?! some, hr?-????..j. A raln,MO*>f roof t?? stand ahovp my hem ft. Clothe?*, for niv back and for my rest '- a bed OPHELIA'S SLATE. r-ssfii?y th'it J Xo nun dismite* thee* --?tfe re? k<-.i*'1! ri ?.Ml; sure necessities That we may meri life's ?tern reali ties. Yet. nuitp p.- nertUu? fo:? our struggles j here In tourneying the hosts of Woo and Fear Arc ?Love, and Human Sympathy and Cheer. ? ? Ypr lacking th* - ?ucee?? itself is vain I Aad co'd itself holds not a g'Ant of) * ;ain Vfhere heart? arc told and -?ein.-hness ,? 1:0th reign. Copyright, my, \t r* Mcriure \?*???*.t ! Pfm*mb2mU I Brownlow to Sp-ak. Ccramistiionc ? Louis Brownlow win b*? ht': Speaker at th* City' Chit lunch'on on U'edn-sday at I 1 e^eloek. Hie subject will be "?ein? I'reeeinc Municipal Frob ?epna.' * t (? NEW YORK CITY By 0. ol-IWcINTYRE Naw Tork. Nov. VJ??Sarah Wal ker, a negress. who pssied on some time a*ro, left a half million dollars, according to th? will filed In White Plaint last week. ? rtmarkabl? fortune paid to her in th? ntme of vsnlty. For Madam Walker, as sh? waa called, collected this fortune by telling a remedy said to remove kinks from hair inumi her own people. She died in Indianapolis. alUaoulh her hom??a great show place?was at Irving-on-the-Hudson. -The big country estate was known as l.e waro, and it nestled in the heart of perhaps the most exclusive com munity In all of America. Right around were the ettstet of Helen Oould. Rockefeller, Vanderlip. and scores of others.- whose names strike awe in every f riandai center. Madam Walker's home la the moti beautiful one In the entire section. I have sten It, and while my archi tectural education registers sera, those who know declare It Is in deed one of the handsomest homes in America. It has the effect of giv ing the impression of the rarlfled atmosphere of wealthy, highly cul tivated, rather haughty home. The visitor is met at the doer by a colored gentleman, patrician un mistakable, of aristocratic features ?In the habiliments of a butUr. The home goes to the daughter, who it is said will not live there. Madam Walker was rarely ever seen. She spent only a few months a year at the great estate, and when she left the house she stepped Into a closed limousine. There was never any entertaining or visitors. Nobody knew who the house was for until It wss finished. And then the tongues began to wsg! Now the neighborhood seems quite recon ciled and points out the home to visitors. New Yorker? run smsck-dab into some odd Plants, human Incongrui ties, among all sorts of people. A newspsper tells of C. M. Garrison, j wealthy broker, and owner of Be Frank, the last LatonTa Derby win ner, going to Paris every now and then, merely to visit a certain fam ous restaurant and get a dish of the slow-creeping gasteropod of the genus H*-lix. known in common every day talk as snail... Mr. Garri son llkea fast horses, but slow fooo. Incidentally, it Is quite remarkable how the taste for snails grows on "he true epicure, c. M. Garrison, by th? way, was born near Portsmouth. Ohio. How those Ohio boys do get on! He was for a long time asso ciated with former Senator Clark in his rich copper mining ventures. L-ater Mr. Garrison ventured into the mining business himself, and has become enormously wealthy, and one of the Wall Street plut?crata. He lias a town house, but ?penda the most of his time at a great reai dence he own** down at Manhattan Beach, where he goes in for a swim every morning?aummer and winter. There wasn't much enthualasm about the armistice celebration. The ? Manhattanese find it hard to cheer on lemonade. The cafes did a very small business, but there were many parti?*? in private homes, where the slightest excuse is made for a dip into the remaining supply of liquors. Looking back on the year and after paying 1140 for a suit of clothes it looks like only one person pot his freedom?the kaiser. Me "hs be?n getting free rent, fresh country eggs, a long rest in the country, lots of free advertising, and freedom ?>f the Bentinek wine cel lar. The hotel.? have beuun a fUht on the Mezzanin?? Hounds. They are men and women who lounge around th? mezzanine floors all evening, oc cupying th?* best chairs, etc. They usually ?ntt-rtnin friends there, ton. Their homes are in hall henrooms. It Is Jus! a part of the eternal four flush of the city. MINISTERSiAVOR UNITED CITIZENSHIP Co-operation of th* celrgy and the churches of Washington In the? "o ganized dtlsenahlp" campaign, whi< h hegin* next Saturday, November 2?. was asked yesterday afternoon by the Rer. Forrest J. Prettyman. chap lain of the Senate, at a meeting of ministers of various denominations In the board room of the District building. A committee of seven was appoint ed to appeal to all minist- ? In Wash ington for observance of "* Itizen ship" ?Sunday. November W, when sermons relating to civic probems may be preached. The committee is as follows: The Rev. J. J. Muir. Baptist; Rev. E. B. Hagby. Christian; Rev. James D, Buhrer, Reformed; Rev. J. Henning Ne! ms. Episcopal; Rev. ?Tohn C. Pal mer, Presbyterian; Rev. Harry P. Mitchell, Methodist-Episcopal , and Rev. Wilmer I*. Johnston, Congrega tional. The membership drive will end De cember XL Headquarters of the cam paign committee have been estab lished in Room Sul, District building Georgetown Man Honored By National Fraternity Edward A. Davis, chancellor of iota Chapter, (?arnma Eta Gamma I-*gal Fraternity, was elected .1 member of the National Curia at the convention of the fraternitv held at Syracuse, X. T., from which he returned yes terday. Davis has been designated to the office of the vice high chancellor.j lota Chapt< r repi-escnts Georgetown Iniverisity in th.s legni fraternity. I This is the first time the local chapter! has bien honored by the national body. Davis is a graduate of Georgetown I nivei?ity Law School, and now is 'nklng the post graduate course there. D. C. Infant Asylum Remembered in Will The St. Anns InfaiiL Asylum of 1 Washington is left a. bequest of $100 according ti the terms vt the will of Joanna Keller filed for probate in the District Supremo Court yesterday. Mrs. Keller gives her daughter-in law, Madelyne Keller, one half in terest in (he "Wa?gamon" note and the other h-ilf interest Io children of her .-son, T,'.ui> P. Keller. TjOu?s Keller Is only given ii,, Mrs. Keller explains because he hss re ceived a eonsidearble sum during hie; lifetime The Rev. Father FroeHlfcI? 13 left three sacred pictures. John Da vis is named executor. Maynard Plant One-Stop Trip. New York. .Nov. 17.?Lieut. B. W. Maynard, the "flying parson," who was the first to complete the trans continental air flight recently, to day announced his intcntiun to en ter the "greyhound," a remodeled Do Haviland plane, in a one-stop cross country hop. Extra fuel ca pacity will be gained by carrying "saddle bag" tanks of gasoline, he said. "SCHOOL DAYS" ByDWIG j 'Sy-t'iZ-^A*. BACK HOME NEWS Like a Letter from the Fofks?Watch for Your State News in The Herald. LOUISIANA. New Orleans.?Discharged employes teil court dock bonrd violates cor rupt practices act. Monroe ?Policeman Clarence De land reinstated. Jennings-State Women's CluVi hold meeting-. Donaldson ville.? ?. H. Pu$h, vet eran lawyer, dice. Haton !'->?.:,. ? - Sai.? of seventy-four dairy cattle nets $10,000. Hammond?Brown sugsr sells at 21 cent? a pound: white at 12 cents. TENNESSEE. *. Dyerftbur-g.?W. G. Wilson re signs a? Dyer County agent. Nashville.?The Rt. Rev. W. C Gray, former Kpiecopal bishop of Florida, dies. Memphis. ? Locai bootleggers leave fo? Kentucky in dosens. Jackson.?Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Pope return from visit tn Memphis. Clark.-T.dal?*.? Miss Nancy A. Rob erts weds Mr. W. O Jnhneon. Knoville?Law and Order League organized here. INDIANA. She.hyville ? Twenty-six churches represented at meeting of Flat Rock Dapti.it Association. I*afayett?*>?Purdue has thirty-live veteran? enrolled as students. Connersvtlle.?Pet ition for Sunday theater? signed by 2,000 citizens. B?oomlnirton. ? Educational confer ence at Indiana University will bo held in May. Nashvill?.?Women and girls husk in? corn In Brown County. New Albany.?Mason? lay corner stone of their H0O.O00 temple. THE ? Translated out of the from the edition known GENESIS. CHAPTER 8. i Tli? ?.?ter? asmas?. 4 Th* ark re*t?lh rn Ararat. ? Th* raven ami th* do??. 15 Koala, bain* ?-omtiiandftl. 19 foeth 'earth of Ih? ark. '? lie biulrteth an altar, and o*T*re*h sacri?c??, 21 ?liirh Ood ?reepteth, ami promiaeth lo curse the earth no mor?. And God remembered Noah, ?nd ev*?ry living; thing, snd all the eat* le that w?? with him In the ark: and Ood made s wind to pass over the earth, and the ?rat???*? as.?iiai?;ed. 2 The fountains also of the deep and ' the windows of heaven were stopped, and th? tain from heaven was re strained. 3 And tlie water? returned from off the earth continuallyi and after the end of the hun dred and fifty days the waters were abated. 4 And the ark rested in-the seventh month, on the seven teenth day of the month, upon the mountain of Ararat. T> And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth ????lb. on the flrst ds.v of the month, were the tups of the mountains seen. 6 Tl And it came to pass at the end of forty days, that N'oah opened thr? window of the ark which he hu] made: 7 And ho s.-nt forth a raven, which went forth to ?nd fro. until the waters were dried up fioni off the earth. 8 Also he sent forth a dove from him. to see if the waters were abated from off th? fac? of the ?round. ? 9 But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned unto him into the ark; for the waters were on the face of the whole earth. Then he put forth his hsnd. and took her, and pulled her In unto him Into the ark. 10 And he stayed yet other seven days; an? ?ersi? he sent forth th? dove out of tb? ark. t ; NEBRASKA. I.infoili?Frank Harrison con ducting postal straw vote on Re publican Presidential candidates. Tecumseh.?Memorial tablet un veiled for locai veterans. Kearnev.?Nebraska may enter tain farmers' national congress in 1920. Fremont.?Relatives tiytng to have guardian named for John Haxby, 70. rich patient mho mar ries his nurse. Nebraska City.?State corn crop, will total ?8,625.?00 bushels. Qerlng?Drawings for thirty acre farms will be held fhort^;. OKLAHOMA. Shawnee?Waterworks c ?tin?; *20?\? 000 will be built. Lexington?Gins worKing overtime. Muskogee?Postal employe.? receive fl.noo in back pay Ponca City.?Anti-Horse Thief Asso-' elation has l."C*0 members. Kingilsher.-Sta'?? ?tarts building highway. Vinlta.?Peath jVnalty recommended for Monroe Betterman. wife murderer. MINNESOTA. Minneapolis?C. M. Loring. tl. "father of Minneapolis parks." still active in beautifying them. Mankato.?F. K. Greenwold returns from visit to Minneapolis. Superior.?C. W. 11 inch sets record ari one hour and 3."? minutes in flisht between Minneapolis and her?. S** ?Paul.?J. J. Brown. London, says Britain doesn't fear Bolshevism. Austin.-Ira Pa-den. TO, for thirty one years common councilman, ? e nained. Owatonna.?State "prep" schools to form athletic conference. IBLE original tongues and as "Our Mothers' Bible." 11 And the dove came in to him in the evening, and. lo. In her mouth was an olive leai pluclted off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth. 12 And he stayed yet other seven days, and sent forth the dove, which returned not again unto him any more. 13 fl And it came tovpass In the six hundredth and flrst year, in the flrst mouth, the first ??y ot the month, the waters were dried up from off the earth: and Noah removed the covering of the ark. and looked, and, behold, the face of the ground was dry. 14 And in the second month, on the seven and twentieth day of the month, was the earth dried. 15 Tf And God spake unto Noah, saying. 1? Go forth of tlie aik. thou, snd thy wife, and thy sons, ana thy sons' wives with thee. 17 Bring forth with thee every living thing that Is with thee, of all flesh, bath of fowl, and of cattle, and ? of every creeping thing that creepotn upon the earth; that they may breed abundantly in the earth, and be fruitful, and multiply upon the earth. 18 And Noah went forth, and his sons, snd his wife, and hi.*? sons* wives with him: 19 Every beast, every creep ing thing, and every fowl, aa? whatsoever creepeth upon the earth, after their kinds, went forth out of the ark. ?0 Tl And Noah bullded an altar unto the Lord; and took of every clean beast, and evi bur ?w in his heart, I will not agair curse the ground any more fol man's sake; for the iaiaginatiot of man's >eart Is evil from hii youthr neither will I sgail smite any more every thing liv ing. as 1 have done. 22 While the earth remai eth. seedtime end harvest, cold and heat, and summer a??d winter, and day and night tl not cease. .To ba Continuad.) IT HAPPENED ON THE HILL Regardless of when the Senate ad journs the House will transact no business after the pasease of the rail road bill and a resolution keeping out German dyesjufTs until January L>. Republican ?cader Mondell said yes terday. Conference eonia.iUee members on the od leasing bill stated yesterday they had little expectation of reaching a decision on the disputed provisions of tbe bill during the present session ? lull for suppression of anarchy and balaheifla? was proposed yeetei day by Senator Polndexter, Washing ton. t'nder the measure, wHch is the strongest measure yet introduced, the avvocatimi or teaching of . ny unlaw ful or physical forte la punishable by twenty years imprisonment or $50.000 fine. The House yesterday by a vote of 11 j to 42 struck from the Bsch railroad * ? s i I a new proposal for rate making '-.hich was reported favorably by the House ln.erstate Commerce Conrwnil tee. The nc'v plan would have authorized the interstate Commerce Committee in aetin? upon requests for rare increases to take into account increased operat ine" expense a, higher wages and cost ot depre? iation. Leaves Estate in Trust Until Son (Laches 25 Oer?nte C. Gertmen snd Dr. Philip f?. Roy sre griven the est?t? of Cath erine Richards, formerly of The Stanhope, accoisdintr to her wj'I filed ? in the Registrar of Wills' office yes ; tarday. Mrs. Richards asks these I men. who are named as executors, to ? hold her estate in trust for her son. ?Felix w. Richards, until he is 20 years old. The will is dated August [21. 1911. Mrs. Richards died No ! \ember 10. MEAT CAUSE OF KIDNEY TROUBLE Take a e!au of Salts if your Back hurts or Bladder bothers? Meats forms uric acid. If you must have y.mr meat every day. eat it.? but flush your ! kidneys with salts, occasionally, says ja noted authority who. tells us that I meat forms uric acid which almost I paralyzes th-- kidneys In their ef I forts to e*pel ft from the blood. I They become slurprish and weaken. ? then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney reprlon, sharp pains 1 in the b.iek or sick headache, dizzi ? nos.*, your stomach sours, and when the weather Is bad you have rheu I matic tw-npes. The urine Rets cloudy, full of sed ?ment, the chan I neis often pet sore and irritated, lohliginc you to seek relief two or thr?e times during the ni,eht. To neutralize these irritatine acids, to cleanse the kidn s ano ! flush oft* the body's urinons waste 1 Ret four ounces of Jad Salts from ! any pharmacy here; take a table | spoonful in a flass of water feefore | breakfast for a few day?* and your kidneys will then act fine. This (famous .?alts is made from the acid ? of crapes and lemon juice, combined with lithta, and has been used for penerations to flush and stimulate si uppish kidneys, also to neutralise the acids in urine, so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weak ? ness. Jad Sait!? is inexpensive: cannot injure, and makes a delightful ef fervescent llthla-water drink.?Adv. 48,000 Drugstores Sell It." Five million peopl ! um it to KILL COLDS ?ILL'S >CASCARA&>QUININ ajtoHivc Standard cold remedy tor 20 years ?in tablet foi ni aata* sure, ao fc opiate??breaks up a cold in 24 ' hours?relieves crip in 3 dar? Money back if it fail? The . genuine boa bas a Rad op with Mr. HOfa picture. At All Ora? S?meme Round the its r -n ? ?== Ef y*r Hslrlii* tor whet'll ?MM y?r. Ter Un t*Ma aa rar hat aW htm T?r th? ?t??*? that?s short ?w th? fatar* Amt ?-qually long oa NOW. -?. -ama ?W** t? t? ?h* Martme*.* A rrou? of ?rsny < ao*l navy p?? war? diatntafs th? *ppro*rh?*p birthday ?M IM. 0?*rn. ?????? BAR NETT. .r-otnrneadii-??- th? pisris?? Tafsv ria? Corpa. Pinaitir ?, and the prt*ptu-stk>T-is ?that ar? being osa?? hr his trtaoda to e?lsDrmU th? occsjiori A wblt?-whtskered captain who was In th? borty-burly of ?Isath at th? Wildem??? and other battles of th? civil war, became remini?cent 'In th? old ?lar?.?? h? ?aid. 'th? Marin? Corp* was r?g?rd?rt largely ?u a ??olea. That was In th? ?ra of th? obsolet? squsre-rtiTted man-o'-wsx when the corps of sea soldiers was but a handful, and tho ancient smooth-bore cannon waa It-' Ther? was an ironical saylni In th?? days. Tall it to the Msilnes.' and a comic son?;. 'Captain Jinks of th* Hors? Marinos,' both tin-red with sarcasm and ridicule. But ths?? ha*re changed, and now we hair? to *taU It to th? Marine*' when trouble is threatened at home or abroad, and take tt from this old veteran, the Mirine? at*? tha flrst 'on th? lob.' and they finish tt always neatly and quickly The horse-msiinc' of song and net ion years ago now Is a fact. We have mounted Marines, light and heavy batterle? of Marines and the lad? in khaki-green fit in anywhere as they did so handily at Chateau-Thelrry ?nd In other bis ?craps ?an the French front." The veteran captain ? rieht. Und?? the splendid direction of Cien. Barnitt the I'nited ?Hatea Marine Corps ha? been made oi.e of the most efficient fighting machines under the sun. Ita morale, its appearance, its skill In tae i tics and military maneuvering, and its courage I? sublime, and measure? well up to IM per cent. <3?sn. Barnett j can well afford to feel proud and elated when ' his birthdsy comes and his legion of friends shower their con gratulation? upon him. Men Who Poach? O verana* j My comrade. BEUTEL. PEDER80N. 1 of the war with Spain Infima? ma ? that National Capital Paa?. Taaarmma of Foreign Wars, which iimsf at Pythian Temple the second and fourth Mondays In each month. Is -making a drive for an increase in membership. In the call for new members from tb? A. E. F. It is stated: "Thoughtful men are beginning to recognise this organisation as on? of the flrst lines of Interior defense of j the nstlon against not only so-? ailed j Bolshevism, but all other manifesta tions of any other 'ism* dangerous to the established institutions of th? ? iiited States. "Mobilised in this wsy under th? title of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, and open only to those who have actually seen servie? in foreign lsnds or waters, these men who flrst organized twenty years ?go in Denver, rapidly are becoming a po tential outfit." A grand rally of National Capital poet, when iu color? will be dedi cated. I? announced for Tuesday even ing. November 18. In the auditorium of the Central High School. Bahr and I am informed that several day? ago a crafty violator of the bone? dry law got by the polle* lines with several gallons of whisky in rub ber hot water bottles concealed la the bottom of a baby rarriaam Th? ?bottles formed a sort of mettre?? upon which a real baby wa? placed. When auspicious points wer? reeched where it wa? feared ther? might be police picketa the man pushing the carriage would pinch the Infant or jab it with a pin and cause the child to set up a ?-ocifer ou? he?ling. Then he would hurry past the danger point a? If In a harry to get the baby to it? mother, and thus disarm suspicion. It was ?aid he made many such trips to an ' isolated place in nearby Maryland where an auto delivered the goo*?? [to him. Several years sgo when some of the roadhouses did business seven ?lay? each week a man about town YOURCOLDEASED AFTER FIRST DOSE *P?pe ? Cold Compouod" ?a? Breaks Up a Cold in ? Few Hoars. ?every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks up a aevere cold and end? all the grippe m.*ery. The very flret dose opens your clog ?.ted-up nostril? and the air passages . In the hesd. stops noee running, re lieves the hesdsche, dullness, feverish jnesf. ?nve-cing. soreness and stiffness. I Don't stay stuffed-upT Quit blowing land ????p?.??' Clear your congested head: Nothing else in the world **!ve* jsuch prompt relief ?? 'Tape's Cold j Compound." whi? '?. costs only a few ;cents st any il-aj ??ore It acts with oiiT assistane ?, tastes nice, contains no .quinine? Ineirt upon Pape's!?Ad?'. %***% CAPT. own MSaffiZ ?J hired a dilapidated hear?? with m referable h leti-hatted colora, iris er to tak? him to on? of tho rssoif on ? Sunday H? sat e? th? eoa? with the seed driver Amt ds-r-sd a? Um funsral ?trottar. Arrivine ?a th? roadhou?? he proceeded to load himself Instead of tho Tohlcl? et death. Finally It imwi ??pessary to place him la tho tstoiior of th? hear?? where Ux Ml?? I? *?irU4 ??cause m? era? belpleaely lutoxi cated. The silken curtain? ?rer? drawn to hide him from ?ubile riemr en rout, to his hom?. Arrl-rtn? at hie deetlnatlo* th? old colored man backed up th? hearae to tho sidewalk I? front ?? hl? home and began t? pull th? drunken man out feet flrat. HI? wife and mother-in-law wtt?????4 tb? performance from ? front wla dow >nd both nearly collapse?. "Oh." hi? ?fife exclaimed, nis*-.la***j to the front door, "Dickie 1? dead * "No. ma'am, he ain't dada." tb? I old driver replied, "bat he ?artlair ' is dad? drunk." Armi hmxtms, ? externe* T?U. Atlantic City. Nor. ti.?Wi acalnat "eitaaghn-? .lupare? ' th? ?. F. of I_, Dr. Oobrs-o D. St rar er, of Columbia rniversity. today toed to? teecher? attending th? teaohefs institute bere that affiliati? with la bor unione would invite and fear." MAIN < 1062 PRINTING RUSH WORK A SPECIALTY SMALL AND LARGE JOBS HAYWORTH (.??p Mitin and Trat?? We-i C27-C2? G Stract H?H_tmt Fall -rad Water Suit? and 0-ercoati I for tke Yo._f Nu Tailored by McCm? tarnt *rt tke last word j ia Style ud Quality' TAILOR McConville ? oom aio Wooc.si-_rd Bldf. ^ Vi -mm I $ ? ^Sunday ^a Excursion ? Includine w ar Tas NEW YORK Tht Great Metropolit SUNDAYS ??-. 23 ?d Dec U SPKflAI. ???01?? TRAiN Islres-t t? l-raisa. ?la.. Tth Asre. and 3-d M f Is. ?uilij-s t-s? irds? *Ji.nl-rt?? ?12 ? ?. M ; imi. Pen**. Sta. is tht hemn ml mm -er? ???. ? Jt? ? M. e kslslsil?. lei?-? Ne* Xe-k SM P. **. f CI-TV ri**-'? ?* tin*** to maxi tke S ex* <?l ?.X.i? to tbe c?._c?r, et sqaip B sicat issilsH? f Ticket? ?? ?el? Isecianl?? F-rl . day preeedlaa date of rae???do? "> D ?. a. p ?... '-_?as Are You Suffering From Poor Health? Do you want lo be relieved of the care of your stocks and bonds and other securities, your real estate, your tax returns, etc? You can do so by creating a. "Living Trust" and appointing this company to act as your trustee?in other words? to act as your confidential secretary and at a cost considerably lest than you would have to pay an efficient secretary. We shall be glad to discuss with you personally or by mail the details regarding the various forms of such "Living Trusts." THE Washington Loan & Trust Co. 900-902 F Street 618-620 17th Street Rer-ource?. $13,000.000 JOHN B. LARNER, Pns't..