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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i; 1917.
ALLEGED SLAYER WINS 'U.S. SENDING MUCH f FIRSTFIGHTFORLIFE' COAL TO ITALY NOW MXATHRAN,NAYALHERO, IS BORNE TO HIS GRAVE 600 CHICAGO SALOONS CLOSE DOORS TONIGHT Railway to Hospital Saves Lives of Many .Men ANNAPOLIS. Ma, Nor. 1, The caae of Shrank Kowelewskl, otherwise known as Frank Smith, indicted for the murder of Abraham Edelsteln. a Baltimore county cattle dealer, has been removed to the Carroll county circuit court, upon petition of Rldge ly P. JlelTln. Annapolis, and William H. Lawrence. Baltimore, counael for the defense. It is expected the caae will be brought to trial at an early date. The crime for which Kowalewakl will be called to anawer waa commit ted on the night of September 8 following- a dispute over the price of aome mules which the accused man contracted to purchase from Edcl ateln. The latter waa beaten to death on the farm of Kowalewskl. or Smith, near Clarke's Station. In the Fourth district. Two weeks after ward KowalenskI wu arrested by Baltimore city detectives near Cly, Pa, where he had been employed It 1s alleged that he confessed to the detectives that he killed the cattle dealer, claiming that he did it In self- defense. Fuel Administrator Garfield an nounced today that plana were com plete to aupply Italy ulth all the coal aha will need. Shipments have gone forward In largely Increased amounts alnce newa came of the Italian re verses Many additional ess els soon will be available for this traffic. Coal shipments destined to Italian porta now are being sent from Atlan tic porta at the rate of approximately 200,000 tone a month. Within a short time, under the orders issued by the fuel administration, coal will be go ing to Italy at the rate of 400,000 tons monthly. Twenty-five more vessels are to be pressed Into service to meet Italy's coal needs. FALL ON BANANA PEEL KILLS. NEW YORK, Nov. 1 Jacob Bopp, a chauffeur of Brooklyn, slipped on a banana peel and died within a few a t If Easy Terms Help Use Ours Victrolas are the perfection of home entertainment and the cost is the factor of least consequence. Our easy term plan is a credit service of pronounced liberality. We are delivering VICTROLAS on terms to suit your convenience and our famous service gladly included at no extra cost. , : November Records Are Out Today STOP IN- Rest and Hear the Best ' " . 4 rr-rnrrr " hi i n I in n I I I i m i I I i 'in i I nr nr n nualiiriiai lajunniiiHIilaiaaini mil i iiawiawimiwi n iiialiiinini i iniini ' UZ&fy jJraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf flKS KSPWaBSSBJ1mX'3lNl i leeeeeerr'aeeeeeeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeEHB'?J'V ft B Iff SHBaBBaaaaaaaS 4VaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKV.flaiaaaaal.aaaaaaaaaaaBHarV HaaaaaWMHaaaaaaHaK WT aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafl Ml ft W aMaaaaaaW ' aaaaaraaa&l2.VtllaaaaaaaaaAHR?QHR 4 wpfleepyw.sajg,sa6v I,.-., .11W- 'gf Tr'HHIWBaaa! 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Ha vuti member nf Naval Tvw3r. Kil 4. 1 Washington Naval Chapter. No. (. R. A. ST.. and Orient Commandery, No. (, (Knights Templar. CHICAGO, Nor. 1. More than. 600 Chicago saloons are expected to clou their doors at midnight tonight, when the time limit for the semi-annual re newal of city license expires. The high Federal liquor tax and the fall ing oS In patronage because of high prlrea la assigned as the cause. Approximately 11.000,000 In revenue, it la estimated, will be lost by i city within the next year through the closing of saloons. U. OF VY. PROFESSOR "FIRED."' MADISON. Wis, Nov. 1. Too much talkll&g coat Pof. Ernest False, as. slstant head of the German depart ment of the University of Wisconsin. his job. Prof. False was summarily "fired" by President Van Hlse. Trait orous remark against the Liberty loan were responsible. 6 Transportation of the wounded in 'the quickest possible time to a. hospital where they can receivo careful mediaft attention is an im portant problem to the ailed armies on the western front. The difficulty PMOTQ JJUPtWWOQP .CcMHBCBKQO British Official Fnotocrsph. has been solved by the construction of railroad lines to the different base hospitals? This picture shows some of the wounded on their way to one of the hospitals. SAYS U. S. TROOPS E! W1AYUS NAUGHTY WORDSATTEUTONS COHEN & HUGHES, Inc., 1221 F Street N. W. 7i umjui.LV When Perahlng'a men go over thb top they are more likely to go over swearing at the Germane than sing ing, according to B. O. Braund, of the Fourth Battalion of the Flrat Canadian contingent, who'ia at pres ent In Waahlngton, aaalgned to duty with the British war mission. Mr. Braund ought to know, too, for he has been over the top three times The Times reporter who talked to him had been reading the reports of the American troops who went up to the front line trenches the other day ainglng on their way, and ao he asked Mr. Braund If he thought the Pershing men would sine when they went over. "I hardly think ao," aald the Can adian, "They will me more apt to curae. There la aomething In the paychology of a man and the atresa of the moment that makes him want to relieve the tension by talking to himself In a real forceful manner. "I went over the top at Tprea W. ?b. Glioses $ Sons, 5 anb Utlj Sis. 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Brown & Sons, Belfast, Ireland. Hemmed, 22x36 inches. Special, 39c each. White Wool Blankets Specials Single Bed Size, $6.75. Double Bed Size, $7.25 Pair. Khaki Wool-Art Needlework Salon- Khaki Wool Now in Stock the Wanted Shades of Knitting Yams for Army and Navy Articles Also Civilian Uses. Best grades of Yarns, Needles", etc All the new articles made from wool yarns can easily be made by individual instruction from our Miss Warner. Classes Daily 9 A. M. to 5:45 P. M. Gevlnchy, and Messlnee, and at none of these times did I hear any ainglng. Some of tho fellows were deadly quiet, a few whistled a little, but a large part of them were cussing every little thing that happened and calling the Boche any kind of a name except those you use In Sunday, school. , "Was I afraid? Well, I don't know; you don't have any time to get scared after you start." Mr. Braund waa only a few daya over eighteen yeara of age when be left his home In Brantford, Ontario, to Join the flrat Canadian overseas contingent. He waa "gassed" In the German's first gas attack, and, of course, the allies had no gas masks at that time. It was seven months before the chlorine In his lungs forced him out of the fight. Within five weeks after be left the trenchea he had loat over eighty pounds In weight. However, he has now re gained moat of his lost flesh. RE6UI t D NG PLANS F OR BURNED PIERS ALREADYFINISHED LACKOFHEATTOaOSE ARMY RECRUITING TENT The tent army recruiting station at Seventh and Pennsylvania avenue northwest probably wIU be closed for lack of heating accommodations. Another station will be opened In the temporary I. SLCA. atructlure In the adjacent square, nowever, so there I will be no let-up In recruiting work, I even though the District has exceeded . Its quota for the regular army. Officers in charge of the recruiting station have Issued a call for men in many special lines of army work. There are places for mechanics, chauf feurs. radio and telegraph operators, telephone linemen, clerks, and sten ographers BALTIMORE, lid., Nov. 1. Bfcore the wreckage from the big fire at the Baltimore and Ohio plera at Locust Point waa cold, plana were made for Immediately rebuilding the piers. All materials for the new piers. Balti more and Ohio officials aald, have al ready been ordered. No delay, they aay, will be felt In the export business here. Federal, railroad and city officials are convinced the fire waa the work of airmen intrigue. Two suspects have been taken Into custody, while a acore of clues are being run down. Charles E. Munroe. explosive expert of the Bureau of Mines, la working on the caae, following up rumors of bomb v.ork. Two men are now believed to have lcat their Uvea and some four or five othera are still unaccounted for. The loss of the piers and contents, as well I as the damage to the Brltiah steamer Kerryranga and Its cargo. Is placed' at 15,600,000. The fire Is believed to! be due to the Government order that after today all German allena were to be discharged from Jobs on or about the export terminals. NOTED N. Y. POLICEMAN DIES. NEW TORK, Nov. 1. Former Po lice Inspector Henry D. Steers died here today at the age of eighty-five. He Joined the police department No vember 10, 1857, and retired while In charge of the detective bureau In 1893. High Grade Not High Priori Special for Friday and - Saturday Only Topcoats Splendidly Smart 25:22' Everybody knows this is a "Coat Season" and that good merchandise is scarce, hence when Erle bacher advertises a splendid value at $25 it wUl be worth your while to investigate. NEW FABRICS ALL SHADES 1210FST. J From a letter on fit from c U. S. officer In Franc "We need 'BULL' DURHAM more than any other ar ticle that could be obtain- ed in the United State." 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Because a group of the best known men in the country are devoting all their time and energies to systema tizing the supply service and raising money and men to carry on the work of the Red Cross. If this mighty organization's work is vague to you, read "Your Red Cross and Mine" in the November GOOD HOUSEKEEPING and seehowred tape has been cut, how the whole vast machine has been put on a smooth running basis. And then turn to the other war arti cles like Dr. Wiley's "Army and Navy Rations", and LA.R. Wylie's "An Englishwoman Visits America in France." Or to the home articles on the care of children and interior decorating and food conservation. Or to the fiction and poems and pic tures and fashions. Buy it for any of these features you will want them alll And these are but a few features of November GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. For Instance, you trill find the brilliant fiction and the authentic fashions extremely worthwhile. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING for NOVEMBER On sale today everywher6 15 cents