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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1917. 6 RARE AND ROnEN BOTTLED GOODS VIE AT AUCTIONS The cry of the autloneer today rings out In Washington's saloons, and bot tled goods of vintages rare and not so rare are "going, going, gone." but not for rood Shelves in homes await them Prohibition Is not only coming It has come. In many aspects. Some of the bars hae already closed, others are closing; tonight, and only a few will make an effort to catch the last minute trade of tomorrow and the day after Old Block Under Hammer. Stocks that have Iain in cellars for years are going under the hammer to day, a large number of liquor men choosing that method of cleaning up their surplus. It Is a novel sight in some of the richer places, hitherto almost club llke in their eicluslveness, to see now a long-winded auctioneer, mounted on the bar, which has been cleared of Its sparkling glass-ware, holding forth to the crowd, striving to get a bid of an extra nickel or a dime on a bottle of peach cordial or French burgundy. Rare Bargains, Tae. Some rare bargains are to be had and the liquor connosleur. preparing for the lean days to come. Is making the most of them. The bars still serving the general trade are rapidly exhausting their stocks, and the request of the old timer for his favorite tipple Is al most certain to receive a stereotyped "all gone" DOLLAR DROPS IN DENMARK. COPENHAGEN, Oct. 29-Unde Sam's dollar has reached a low record of 83 cents here. The German mark also has touched a low record of 42, a depreciation of 63 per cent. ADVERTJSEMENT. "Cascarets" for Headache. Colds, Liver, Bowels Enjoy life! Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy and constipated. Get rid of bad breath, sour stomach, coated tongue, indigestion. 'Get a 10-cerft box now They're fine Casc&reta llveji your llrtr, clean our thirty feet of bowels and sweeten your stomach. You eat one or two, like candy, before potng--to bed and in the morning1 your head la clear, tongue is clean, stomach sweet, breath right and cold gone. Get a box from jour druggist and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing ou eer experienced. Cascarets stop sick headache, bilious ness, indigestion, bad breath and constipation Mothers should give a whole Cas caret to cross, bilious, sick, feverish children any Hire. They are harm lass ani never gripe or sicken PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clog? Hcttrils tad End Head-Col You feel fine in a few moments. Tour cold In head or catarrh will be gone our clogged nostrils will open The air passages of jour head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more dullness, headaches, no hawking, snuffling, mucous discharges or dry ness. no struggling for breath at night. Tell your druggist jou want a small bottle of Ely s Cream Halm Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream In your nostrils let It penetrate through every air passage of the head, soothe and heal the swollen inflamed mucous membrane, and relief comes instantly I It Is jut what ever cold and ca tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuff d up and miserable i ! I Clear, Peachy Skin I Awaits Anyone Who t Drinks Hot Water I J Says an Inside bath, before breakfast help us look and feel clean, sweet, fresh. v t oparKiing ana Wvaclous merr bright, alert a good, clear skin and a natural, rosj healthy complexion are assured only by pure blood If onlj everj nan and woman could be Induced to adept the morning Inside bath what a gratiflrg change would take place Inrtead of the thousands of slc,vl) anaemc louklng men. worn en and girls, with pat or muddy complexions instead of the multitudes of ner e wrecks "rundowns, "brain fags" and pessimists we should see a lrile, optimistic throng of ros-cheek ed people eier where An inside bath Is had bj drinking each morning, before breakfast, a glass cf real hot wrter. with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate In It to wah from the stomach, liver, kid neys. and ten jards of bowels the previous day's Indigestible waste, sour fermentations and poisons, thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach Those subject to sick headache, bil lousness. nasty breath rheumatism, colds, and particularly thofe who have av pallid, sallow completion and who are constipated very often aie urged to obtain a quarter pound f lime atone phosphate at the drug store which will cost but a trifle but Is sufficient to demonstiate the quick and remarkable change in both health and appearance, awaiting those who cractlce internal sanitation v mint remember that inside e'enn ne Is more Important than outalt'r b' cause the skin does not absorb Imparities to contaminate the blood while the pores in the thirty feet of bowels do I Germany Faces New Enemy - By Baemaekers has visualized the German crop report, below normal. The Kaiser fears that grim face of Hunge SAILORS 10 DIED FIGHTINGGERMANS HONORED AT WIASS Honoring, by order of the Secretary of the Navy, the memory of the twenty-eight officers and men of the naval forces who have lost their lives In conflict with the enemy, a memorial service was conducted at Fort Myer yesterday by the Rev Lewis J. OHern, C, S. P., chaplain In- chief of the Catholic soldiers and sailors. The mass which he celebrated was offered. In accordance with the Presl dent's proclamation, for American victory In the world war. Immortality Won. "It la for a twofold purpose we hold these memorial exercises today," declared Father O'Hern in his sermon to the men. "It Is to Inspire with nobler ideals the liing and to do Justice to the memory of the dead "Though our sailors have entered Into the house of their eternity and the last Taps' have sounded for them, memory still holds them pres ent. They are not dead, they cannot die whose thoughts, words, and deeds sway us today. Like angelic messen gers from on high, they are around us in the unseen presence of the spirit world "The dead march and the muffled drums do not end all, for man's undy ing spirit cries out with the apostle, O death, where la thy sting O grave, where Is thy victory" Heroic Acts Inspire. "Socrates drinking the poisoned cup hade death defiance, for he knew that his philosophy would endure to sa men's minds long after he should be laid In the tomb "Sebastian, the bravest officer in Diocletian's army, handed oer to the Mauretanlan archers and pierced w ith a thousand arrows, rather then denv his faith in Christ, lives an Immortal figure in the martjroloei of the church. "Leonldas, the Spartan king, hold ing the pass of Thermopylae against the overwhelming army of Xerxes won Immortality for his companions and himself by his heroic death "Blessed Joan of Arc, the warrior maid of Orleans, whose frail life was apparently consumed in the flaming fagots of Rouen. Is today the Idol and OLDEST BRANO frlJACKi&l TAR Kj U -A IS HERE IN M II it ion (pilars fl M P- 0L068TBHAN0 'w in AMERICA m .sa Wtti.- 7... . ..-; r t Mfr Tht figures are signalling "J. T.", aJNITCO SHIRT A COLLAR CO.. TF?OY. 9 1 Band Concert BT THE MARINE BAND. WILLIAM It SANTEUtANN, Leader. AT THE MARINE BARRACKS. THIS AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK. March. "The Messenger"...... Bamhouse Overture 'Rlenii" Wagner ' Reverie" LerDach Bonis e' the Oil Folks" Lake Walls. 'The Dollar Princess" Fall Scenes from "Carmen" ... . ..... Blxet Reminiscences of Ireland" Godfrey Marines' hymn, "The Halls of Monte zuma " "The Star Spangled Banner." Inspiration of her beloved France. "Nathan Hale, the patriot spy and hero of th American Revolution, whose last words were, 'I regret that I have but one life to give for my country.' Is not dead, for his indomit able spirit inspired the whole conti nental army to great deeds for lib erty and independence. "Remembering these things, why should we mourn our nation's dead? Rather we should rejoice that the chains of memory linking them to us cannot be sundered by the cruel hand of death. HEFLIN SAYS HE WILL NAME HOUSE TCAITORS MOBILE, Ala., Oct. 29 Congress man Tom HeflJn, In a speech at SMma, All., dramatically promised his constituent that he would soon name the members of Congress whom he accused of treasonable actions at the time of the Von IiernstornT expose "I will footi name these men who serve the devil in the livery of heav en he shouted I will pillory them In the market place of public con damnation, so that they can never ex plain to their constituents the brands I shall place upon them." Congressman Hefltn was of the opln ion that the war would last a ear longer, and that at Its close the prln ciples of the Declaration of Independ anc and the Constitution of the Lnltt-d States would be written Into the laws of every Kuropean govern ment SICKLES' NIECE FOUND DEAD. NEW YORK, Oct 29 The woman found dead on a Central Park bench Saturday night has been Identified as Mrs Clara Sickles, widow of Daniel W Sickles, who was a nephew of the late Gn Daniel W Sickles, noted civil war fighter. I'pon the death of her husband Mrs. Sickles, who was fifty Ave years old. was left without funds, and recently had been housekeeper In the family dT George M Jaycocks, a stock broker, at 230 Central J 'ark South. She had not been In good health, and it is believed was overcome by heart disease when near her home N. Y.. MAKERS OF UON SHIRTS which says that the yield this year will he 40 per cent r from the wheat field more than guns or soldiers. SCORES TEACHINGS OF'TROFESSORS" NEW YORK, Oct. 28 In scathing condemnation of the teachings of cer tain "university professors" the Rev Dr. William T. Manning, rector of Trinity Church, made what was ac cepted by many aa the first public declaration of the stand of Columbia University's trustees In the contro versy precipitated by the recent let ter of resignation of Prof. Charles Austin Heard. Dr Manning did not once refer dl rectly to Columbia University In his sermon But he has been a trustee of that Institution since 100S and was Included in Prof Deard'a general ar ralgnment of the Columbia trustees as men of "no standing in the world of education, vlslonless, and reactionary In politics and medieval in religion " Moreover. Trinity Church has been closely Identified with the affairs of Columbia since Revolutionary times, when Columbia was King's College and Trinity a flourishing village par ish. Attack Decencies. There are forces In our own land,' declared Dr Manning, "which threaten the very things upon which our whole civilization depends We see women as well as men openly attacking the very decencies of life We see these sacred things mocked at, morality rid iculed, feminism approved and ap plauded and the religion of Jesus Christ jeered at as medieval and out of date "We see clever writers In the serv Ire of degeneracy and decadence and self respecting publishers heralding these offerings as the best sellers. We see university professors setting themselves deliberately to destroy In trie minds of our jouths not only the principles of patriotism, but also the principles of religion and personal moral I tj, claiming the right to do this In the name of academic Independence and free speech Time for Free Speech, "It Is time for free speech on the other side of the question It Is time to see where we are drifting It time for men and women of character to stand forward and bear their wit haess to the truth " WOODEN SOLES. SHORT SKIRTS FOR GERMANY LONDON, Oct SB Shortage of leather brings wooden and cloth shoes to The Teutons for the coming winter The sole sre to be of wood and the tops of cloth This is caused by the leather re quirements of fUhermen. miners, canal men and aMIcd trades Shorter sklrti a.id to fit the form tightly have been decreed by the Government. With few vegetables, turnips, now form the main 'side dish " DRUNKEN DRIVERS, BEWARE! Speedsters who have partaken of the cup that eher after Wednesda night may pay '?A0 fineand do nine ty days at Oceoqiun This maximum penalty under the prohibition law today Is pointed out to the police In a bulletin from Major Pullman Under the old law the maximum pen-' Raemaekers alty for operating an automobile un der the Influence of liquor lis but HO. '- M APPROPRIATE FOR THE PARTY WE OFFER . WL I 1 1 C NOVELTIES IN HALLOWEEN MOLDS Wffk hJ4 rV "The Velvet Kind- The Velvet hind- -The tlvct hird- "The Velvet hind" In R NV Cresm Pumpkin Ice Cresm Esr of Corn Ice Cream Apple Ice Crsan Witch S 'Jm I Ifer Inassrted.flavrs f Ae Famous "lte0V&md" QUALITY !t N SSL r ', Orders will comprise an assortment of novelties.. vSJPyxgaRJII WkfMflh I Hwfeo Doilies EREE ;JllliSiP PRAYANDOBEY D GIBBON TELLS SOLDIERS CAMP MEADE. Annapolis, ML, Oct. 28. Camp Meade soldiers are considering- today the four chief dMtl'es of ar American .troops, aa outlined by Cardinal Gibbons. In delivering tha -dedicatory ad dress and blessing the Knights of Columbus recreation center at Camp Meade yesterday the cardinal outlined these things to be followed by the soldier: "Begin every morning with prayer. Trust In God and God will bless you, for If God Is with you who can be against youT "Obey your superior officers. Tour commanding general has been vested with authority. ' , "Make a name for yourself. Do no boast of what your compatriots have done In past years and thus, seek to shine with a borrowed light by snatching the faded laurels from the brows of your forefathers. "Live clean lives In body and souL' His eminence was at his best In both voice and appearance. looking much younger than his eighty-three years. His words of counsel were listened to with Impressive attention by the soldiers who filled the large auditorium where the dedicatory exer cises 'were held. On the stage with the cardinal were MaJ. Gen. Kuhn. commander of Camp Meade; B. J. Flynn. of Baltimore, who mad the presentation of the build ing on behalf of the Knights of Columbns, and many dignitaries of the Catholic church. ANTILLES SURVIVORS IN HOSPITAL IN FRANCE NEW TORK, Oct. 28 According tq. new received by relatives In Rich mond Hill, N. T two of the survivors of the sunken transport Antilles are In a Red Cross Hospital In France. Tha news was received by the mother and sister of Michael J. O'Donnell, one of the men. The other Is said to be Harry Mauer. They were both en listed men, having Joined tha navy about three months ago. According to the notice, which has been posted In a Knights of Colum bus clunhouse. O'Donnell and Mauer were In the water about four hours after the sinking befoer they were rescued. Shrift & Comcenr's salrs of beef In Wash- Inston. D C. for the imk endlnx Saturday. October Z7. 1JX7, averaged as follows Domes tic beef. 11.21 cents ptr pound. AdvL. Track life Is te Be Dudergoie a Al ArayCuifs Trench life, under conditions approximating those on the war front as near aa possible. Is to be undergone by the thousands of embryo soldiers In the 'national army and national guard camps. the War Department announced today. A, trench system. 600 to 700 yards long. Is to be built at each divisional camp. All the acces sories, such as barbed wire en tanglements, hidden machine gun emplacements, dugouts for the of ficers and men. communication trenches and other adjuncts or the actual fighting line will be available, and Intensive training will be administered the men. "SMALL SUBSCRIBER" MADE LOAN A SUCCESS "Tha success of the second Liberty loan Is complete and extremely gratl- fvlntr. ItJri Re-ratne kfa-tfM 171- glnla. Senate Democratic leader, and head of the Senate Apprlprlatlons Committee, todaw. i , "It was taken by the people In every city, town, village, hamlet, and commnnltv In this -eltv. Tr ... h host of small subscription that made it a success." If Easy Sets of Teeth That Kit -isaBsaRsS &k H SBBBBSv2?"v , T& e ItMfMrMLTi''- l B7Xa-BBBBBBBB)y i 41 & BBeSBeSBeseSBwVv i .. I IbbBh0P-j Gold Crawns and BrMgewerk Made of the very highest quality of '$5 A very gaes' set far only. a Deiter set, n ssadeafbest Sill auterlaU....CXU The best set Air take had 55 gold, karat. price Is. loom. DR WHITE. a Tie Meat Saaltary a Opposite noeiwortk's 3 sad IOe stare. Hears i Daily, siso a. as. ta B a. 1 Swatdaya 10 te 1. Pheae Main IS. ampmzmimzKSMXMzaaP' K- GEN. BIDDLE AS AOTAMEF, I BAKER'S CHOICE MaJ. Gen. John BIddfe. former En gineer Commissioner of tha District, ha been designated a assistant chief of staff of the army to fill the vacancy caused by the advancement of Gen. Tasker H. Ellis to tha post of chief of staff on the reTlreemnt of MaJ. Gen. TTn-ph T Rentt In SenfemHee Whether n-n-nl Riddle will tie ad. - . . inced to the post of chief of staff when General Bliss reaches the aga of retirement In December has not been announced. The peace time precedent ha been for tha assistant chief to succeed to be chief on retire ment of the officer holding that office. General Blddle's appointment was predicted In The Times several days ago. Secretary Baker had made his selection at that time, but was with holding formal announcement until the return of General Blddle from tha European front, where ha went with, the first United State troop la charge of an engineer command. Clear Pimples With Cuticura' 'And Be Happy sett, ea-s-a-sttlaaeNe. Don't Neglect Attention to Your Teeth! tout teeth show signs of decay, how- i ever slight, 70a cannot afford to delay. Come j to my office at once for expert attention, j Have no tear 01 pain my modern, skillful methods have banished it. 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