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S' t wv j,l J31 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1914. 3 ONCE GERMAN, NOW TURKISH WARSHIP U. S. FOOD EXPORTS Phone Girl Traps Fake Alarm Sender PATERSON. N. J.. Oct. 31. Miss liabel Taylor, a telephone operator, en abled the police to arrest Barney Croughan, who had become possessed paratus and patrol ambulances from various city departments. Ho was trying to call an ambulanco for a man who he said had been stabbed in a promlent hotel, and she Will Tell of Lost Races. Dr. J. Walter Fawkcs. of the Bureau of American Ethnology, will lecture on "The Vanished Races of the Carib bean" In the assembly room of the Public TJbrary, Tuesdayat 8 p. m. The lecture will be given under the auspices of the Anthropological Society of Wash ington. LJke all lectures given at the library It will be open to the public. detained him in the booth and notified headquarters. , Croughan was held for observation, and Miss Taylor received the compll- with a mania for summoning fire ap- ments of the officials, -.-. Ts BREAK ALL OD r JVC '" nonmnfflniifTjr CM ' - rTtrr " x XA s j' -,-, -lv ll. ' "'"""""TTr'TJjlfjj'i" Sv easaaaasaMaasaaeaSAM I ' AfcMMWMiMMMMMWMMliMaaMMiiMti"MMMMBMiWiMWI.MMW"J,fcC''' T ie photograph shows the forward )r. Hickling Tells "Keep Wells" That Cheerfulness Is Better Than Medicine. Aoid worry and you will be happy. This was the theme of a lecture be- j fore the National Society of Keep Wells by Dr Percy Hickling, at St. Jonn's Church, last night. The speaker de clared there were numberless diseases fcr which no medicine may be prescrib- v By proper regulation of the mind. r over. these can be cured, declared T Hickling. and for the guidance of hearers he submitted the following: Don't worry I can see you smile and r ou say 'this is easier said than A few suggestions, however, will ke it easier than you imagine. First, not attend to other people's business: h 0 n d bt kind to them and help them when i u can. but do not worry over their t Jbles. it does them no good and h ms you. Again. I would tell you nor t take your pleasures sadly; I know o a few persons who have actually f- -med the habit of worrying and they w rry as much over their pleasures as t ir troubles. I should also warn you against the iramr gives AS HAPPINESS GUI ; uJ m M - M If turret of the Goeben, twice reported sunk, now in the Dardanelles flying the to play a large part in Turkey's activities in the European war. Wilson Commends Wrong Man Through a mix-up in names Presi dent Wilson sent a letter of indorse ment to J. C. Vaughan, Progressive candidate for Congress, instead of M. B. O'Lcary, the Democratic can oidate, in the Second Illinois dis trict. Discovering the mistake today, the President wired Mr. "Vaughan ex plaining the error and asking him not to use the letter. The Indorse ment warmly commended the candi date's Democracy and urged his election as a means of insuring the carrying out of Democratic policies. mischief maker who causes more worry than he suspects, especially the one who comes to you and under the 'don't say a word about it,' getting you to promise not to tell, or swearing you to secrecy, tells you something mean or belittling about a friend whose confidence you honor and respect. "And now may I give you one of my personal rules, which is to give every thing the thought and consideration n. deserves, even asking help, if needs be., before you act. It will not only sae. you all kinds of worry and wishing you had done the other thing, but It will give you the great satisfaction of know ing that you have done the best ytfu could under the circumstances. Second. I would say to you 'don't bury your complexes;' when subconscious, thoughts come to you always give ttem due consideration and if they ar! goo.2 you will feel better by following the;' and not by antagonizing them, if they are bad, reason them out with yourseir and by this process of reasoning they will disappear and cause you no fur ther trouble." HALLOWEEN AT Jardin de Danse Refined revelry amidst elegant surroundings on the ghostly night, when witches frolic and mystic rites hold sway. Artistic dec orations and most excellent music by the Jardin de Danse Orchestra The most delightful spot in Washington to spend the evening. Rafferty and Gibbs Direct from New York, where they created a sensation, appear in their original "Dance of Love" Tea dansants daily (except Sunday). 4 to 6:30 P. M. Dancing, including tea and toast, 50c. Supper dansants daily (except Sunday), 8 P. M. to 1 A. M. Dancing, including light refreshments, 75c Positively No Intoxicants Sold Souvenirs on Halloween FAILS 10 SANCTION U American Peace Association TL. i n ... r i. ThinKS PUDllC Opinion IS Adequately Expressed. The American Peace Association does not give its sanction to the peace bad?c, which has been under discussion in this city among serious minded men and women, eager to take, every step possible that may go toward the estab lishment of peace in Europe. The initial idea was advanced by the Rev. John Ball, who declared that all the women in the united States should don black as a means of sickening the men of the country against a condition of strife. That this method of register ing protest would be of tremendous , psychological value, but that it would . - , .... . . . i ue ui mipuBsiuie lu &CI every tvuiuuii iu consent to the expense, and possibly the i unbecomingness of dressing all in black. and that a small badge of crepe or a button might be used in place of the more striking costume of black, wa3 the opinion of some of tho prominent club women in Washington. American Peace Association, of which B. ' F. Trueblood Is secretary, and received and the Chinese fantasy, "Tatao." p Turkish flag. The Goeben ia expected the full consideration of the executive committee at its meeting last night. The decision reached was that the matter of getting out a badge entailed too much effort, that the association had been un able to get out a suitable emblem for Its own use, and that public opinion was getting adequate expression through the pres3. 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This home faces south and is situated on a high terrace in a delightfully high section mak ing it ideal from the standpoints of health and comfort. It is but 20 minutes ride on excellent carline to 1 5th and G Streets N. W. Inspect This Home At Once It Will Sell To Inspect Take Tenleytown Cars and Get Off at 2500 Wisconsin Avenue and You Are Lewis E. Breuninger Qwner Wheat Shipments in Three Months Exceed Normal Total for Entire Year. Evidence that the European countries arc calling heavily on the United States to feed the belligerent armies In Hie field is given by figures just made pub lic by tho Department of Commerce, which show larger exports of wheat and flour since the war opened than was ever experienced in any like period in the history of the export trade. Not only have exports of wheat in the last throe months exceeded thoso of each of tho complete fiscal yeara of 1910, 1911 and 1912, but exports of bread stuffs, meats, oats, rice, and frcsli and canned beef show remarkable gains. That the allies have taken advantage of their control of the seas to obtain shipments of wheat and flour from this country is shown by figures for Sep tember. During that month 7,572,000 bushels of wheat was exported to France and 6.640,000 bushels to Great Britain. The notable feature in the outward i movement of flour was tho marked gain In shiDments to Brazil and other coun tries of South America. Exports to those countries in September were near ly double those of a year ago, indi cating that the United States is being called upon for part of the supply for mcrlv furnished bv EurODe. ! An nnnli'sis of Sentember trade ficures completed by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce reveals the fact that American foodstuffs are now in demand for foreign markets hitherto supplied in large measuro by other countries. An example in point is the recent shipment of 6,349.000 pounds ot fresh beef to France. To obtain this supply the government of Franco, on September 9, placed all fresh meat on the free list. Exports of fresh beef during Septem ber amounted to eleven times the total for September, 1913. In addition 3.000,000 pounds of canned bpef were exported during September, which was eight times as much as in the same month last year. Nearly all classes of American bread stuffs are belnc exported In record breaking proportions. The total ex ports of wheat in September were 2, 000,000 bushels, or more than twice as much as a year earlier. Exports of rice rose from 1,250,000 pounds In Sep tember, 1913. to 10.500,000 pounds in Sep tember. 1914: those of barley from 250 000 bushels to 2.750.000: oats from less than 333.000, to 10.750 000 bushels, and rye from 145.000 to 712.000 bushels. Sugar exports showed a remarkable gain, the September total risinir from less than 4.000,000 in 1913 to 52.250.000 pounds In 1914. The exports for the nine months In 1913 ending with September were 35,750,000 pounds. For the same period in 1914 they were 118,666,000 pounds. The total value of foodstuffs exported in September was 168,490,889 a3 orainst $38,786,624 in tho same month last year. Facts About j -i" :-,''. ,'r,v&j(-':-T-7'''-;5A-c2Tkr--is. if . vt.nJv ,-w 4a .,-! .' '. 11 5-, - " , .: , " 't "zt -.ra-sn-o.-tiX' -" vT,Mn r vt'1r,' j "J w t 11 ) XZ :jK-r. y.S-&" t 'WllEv K'-VHfKliUnWHBiHTI Construction- The owner and builder, Mr. Lewis E. Breuninger, has estab lished an enviable reputation n Washington as a builder of homes of quality. This home is an excellent example of the Breuninger type substantial and faultless in every step of its construction. The famous Hy tex bricks are used in the front and sides. The large, sanitary, cement cellar has white brick sides. The wide Colonial porch adds much to the imposing ap pearance of the home. CAPITAL, $ 1 ,000,000. EARNED SURPLUS. $1.000.000. A Bank Account Here Means Protection Plus Profit mmfJCL, mmm ' mmfmmr Wc Serve in All Fiduciary Capacities Safe Deposit Boxes Rented., fj Year Upward OFFICERS: John Joy Edson, President Harry G. Meem, Trewmr. Ellis Spear, rice Pwident. John B. Larner, Vic President and Gob. CouhmL Andrew Parker, vice Pridnt A. S. Worthington, Advisory J. J. Darlington, J counsel. DIRECTORS: John A. Hamilton. John A. Johnston, Georre A. Kins; Martin A. Knapp. John B. Larner, William A. Memrna, H. D. Mlrlck, Theodore W. Noyaa. Andrew Parker, Arthur Peter, Charles B. Bailey. William E. Barksr. John R. Carmody. John H. Clapp. Augustus Crane. J. J. Darlington, Floyd E. Davi, John Joy Edson. Frederick A. Fennini, A. F. Fox, The Washington Loan and Trust Company Cor. 9th and F Streets N. W. I' I This Unusual When deposited in this bank your money will be protected by every safe guard that a strong, conservatively managed institution can employ. INTEREST PAID On deposits subject to check; ac counts of every size invited. Confer with us before opening your PAY DAY ACCOUNT. Boyd Taylor, Andaunt T?Mem Thos. Bradley, Real Estate Ofioer. Frederick Eichelberger, Trust Ofaaer. Samuel t. Phillip. Joseph I. SaJca, N. H. Shea, Loula P. Shoemaker, Thomaa W. Smlta, Ellis ftpear, George TrueadaU, B. H. Warner. Harvey W. WUaj, . 8. Worthinftoa. Beautiful Outlook Home Value! 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